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I THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27. 18D2. kW !
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OUR THUTflES NEXT WEEK
Mantell to Appear at Prootor's
in a Dual Bole.
, "The PrlTnte Secretary" toBeBfl
Tlred at the Htantard.
, A ilrama In four acts by Charles Osborne,
e .tilled TDe Face In too MoonUght," wilt
bo ueted at Proctor's Twenty-third Street
'theatre Monday night. Itobert Mantell will
. appear In a dual role, and he will be sup
ported by Michael Jordan, B. T. Ringgold.
Frank Lander, J. M. Fedrls, J C Ellison, C.
11. Odlln, J. a Aweil, W.Morton Baker,
Alfred bturges, H. P. Goodwin, Miss char
lotte Behrens, Mlis Harriet Ford, Miss Marlon
Earleand Miss Helen Baker. The scenes of
tno play are laid In France In 1814.
That highly entertaining larco, " The Prl
ate hecrotary," will be revived at the Stand
ard Tbeatro Monday night. The cas'. will
lucludo Edwin Travers as Douglas Catter
mole, William Fairbanks as the Iter. Itouert
hpaulciinp, w. J. Constantlne, Evelyn Evans,
Tom E. Webber, Thomas David, James t).
Mcuney, Gcorgo Archer, Alice Falrbrotner
Jnuo Gratton, Genevieve carpenter, Melllo
M hltney and Itoso Merlano.
"'Iho Mascot" will bo sung for the last
time at Palmer's Theatre Monday night,
when silver thumb rings will be dutrlbuted
as souvenirs. Tuesday night there will bo a
Krand revival of Gilbert and bulllvan's ever
delightful " Patience "a revival that is sure
to tj cordially welcomed. HUoy will appear
m Ilunthorne, Miss lnoro Snyder as
I'Jilcnce, W. J. McLougbllu us tho colonel
and Miss Volande Waltaco as Lady Angela.
" Settled Out of court" will enter upon tho
fourth week of Its run at the FKth Avenuo
'l beatro Monday night. The fiftieth perform
iiiuo ii nnnounced for Sept. IS, when hand
some Eouvcnlrs will bo distributed. The plcco
hat Improved to somo ixtent Mnoo Its initial
iwrforinance. Its most attractlve'featitro is
lh- acting of Joseph Holland.
The penlng of tho regular Fall aud Winter
ii.ii uw.ier X lllals Conceit Hall will
"i cm in-xi i-aturday nluht, when Murlo Va
iioni in ii akti her rcapiiearanre at this bouec.
Aiminii. niu mimic, is leiulued, aud next
ycik iio win presenl a picture of lion, tlranu
iiutuurand Hurt ley ana Nada lloyval will be
icaiuies or the vaudevlllo pcriormance.
"lliu spider and thu Fly," a Kpectacular
Production, will be tho attraction next wrck
at thu Columbus Theatre, Harlem. Tho
piecu win contain many agrecablo novelties,
i no Albambra ballet will be headed by tho
't'r Uanseuses. Miles. Clara ewmann, and
rli-i" orocco, who will danon a tarantell
'idgaio.te. The costumes will all bo new.
' i ony Pastor's Theatre noxt week, thu
Mngrammo win include Hnrry Kernell. tho
" Kin,; u( irHh comedians;" llllam Jerome,
John w. Itansume, llttlo Bonnie Thornton,
J-om and orndorff, Lowry and Evans, as tho
ramp and the farmer: the Derrre Meters,
'pitied by T. A. Dovero; Daly and Deveru,
"ill the King Maters.
, li o Vendetta," li V. Varnoy's melo
'ifJinj, will be played at the People's Theatie
neuHoeic by an t-xccllent company. IDClud
"J Henry llergman, who for the last nto
jeara ha been with W. n. Crane i lllss Helen
.facy, mis Helen Corlette, Harry Corson
iire. Uarry Naplei and a number of others,
tomo handsome scenery is promised.
,.'Lang" jogs placidly aloug at the Broad
"nyihoiitre. in rrsion to an Invitation
'rum n Wolf Hopper, rapt. Frederick Wat-
I', ilia, uf tin, city ol Paris, nccompaulcd by Ills
i iittre staff of uitlcers, will see the perform
''iea Monday eTenlnr. The boxes and other
paits of tho houso will bo decorated -with
W1 ?ud American Dags.
n,?.h0.v,ceAan!alkwlIlnd Its career at
iu,?,l;aBoinrortnlgl. On the last night
ihlVil1?." ' performancu will be given ana
i!i J !:,J,uf 'rs of many of the former casino
wesnesmu bo, sung by tho ooronanyfor
ii latt time, Btatavllle, the. adwtrablt
mimic, will not appear at the root garden
entertainment alter Thursday of the coming
week T
"The White Squadron" will begin the last
week of Its engaement at the Fourteenth
Street Theatre Monday night. While the
piece will undoubtedly mane money on the
road. It has scarcely sufllclent intrinsic value
for New York, where the people demand
something more than mere heroics. Tho
melodrama will bo succeeded Sept. fi, by
"The Still Alunn."
The Grand opera-Itouse opens Its season
to-night, when imssell's comedians will ap
pear in tho latest version of Tne Lily Dlrec
lory." Tho company will Include Lvdla
Yeamans. Add Ityman, Tyrone Power, Nellie
Parker, Etbol Ormond, Margaret Fltzpatrlek,
William Cameron, Alexander Halg. Luko
Schoolcraft, Dan Daly, Julius Wltmark, J. C.
Mlrcn. llcsslo Cleveland and Amelia Glover.
ll&mmersteln's Harlem Opera-Uonsa will
open Its season Monday night, when A 1 rip
to Chinatown" will bo acted by Carolina
Itoelan, Beatrice Norman, Lillian Swatn,
Harry Glltoll, Burt Havcrly, o. A. Beano, Jr.,
Itlchard Karl. Fred Huntley and W. D. Lewis.
Minnie Kenwood will do a serpentine danco.
At the Madison Square Theatre a Trip to
Chinatown" will bo presented lor tho thtro
hundred and fourth time. The Immense pop
ularlty ot thH Skit is illustrated by the fact
of lis being on Mew at two theatres There
Is no talk of its withdrawal. Like that hack
neyed brook. It seems to go on forever.
" The Kentucky coiouel " will enter upon
Its second week at the Union Square Thcutro
Monday night. It has been considerably
altered slnco lis tlrat performance. -Mr. ltan
km has cut out the entire camp-p-setlng sceno
which fell so Hat on the openlog night. 1 lio
second act has been rewritten, and, It Is said,
muchlmprocd.
There is no doubt about the success of win
some Utile Katlo Emmctl at tho Star Thea.
trc. she Is an exceedingly ileer actress
and her worn in ' Klllarney," Con T.
Murphy's play, would mako her popular any.
where. Tho piece Is magnificently staged,
and, altogether, an evening spent at tho star
Theatre Just now li highly ugrecntle.
Mnbod"l! now in tho third month of Its
run at iho Garden Theatre. Now music, new
songs aud new effecis will bo added during
the coming w eek. 1 ho cast w 111 also undergo
several changes. Miss Bertha Flscn will suc
ceed Ada Dare, Joseph S. Grcensielder will
step Into A. W. Mallln's shoes and Edith Mer
rill bo subMlluted lor Ida Hell.
Tho regular suuson at the Eden Musee will
noglu Monday night, when M. tliilbal and
Mile. Grevllle win mako their first apiwarauco
in this couutry. They are exponents or tho
sclenco of thought reading." uulbjl Is said
to be an eloquent talker, while Mile. Growllo
will try to sbowlhut sbu Is gifted with tho
power of second sight.
" Tho cmtskeon Lawn," Dun McCarthy's
Irish drama, will be thu play at II. It. Jaobit
Tbtatre Monday, and It will remain at this
houuo lor two wtckc. The piece is said to
contain somo catchy music, eflectlvo dancing
aud elaborate hcencrv. In tho third acta
descriptive Irish son.' will bo Illustrated Dy
dissolving views.
Captain Leitarblalr" Is onoof tho most
successful plays that sotheru has presented
at tno Lyceum Theatre. Its popularity will
niobably bu as great a that ot "Lord chum
lor." No change of bill will be mado until
tho return ot tho regular stosk company,
sotbern has noer appeared lo such advan
tage as In .Miss Merlngton's pretty comedy.
Edwin llan'ord, nn Irish comedian, vocalist
and dancer will make his first npi carance at
the Windsor Tneatie Munday niirht. In a ro
mantln Irish drama called "Iho bhumrocl."
The claj 1 In four aits and stx scenes, aud
adtniib ot tinging and dancing specialties.
Mr. HaniorJ will be supported oy Alias Sella
llaniont und a carciully selected company.
Thu New Park Theatro will open Monday
nlgut for Iho regulsr season wiin HydoA;
Iteuman's specialty toiuluny, including
Helene Mora, Boss and Fenton, rrank Musn,
fonroy aud Fox aad Marco and Athol. Mauy
alterailons have been mado In ibis house,
and the sccnlu department has becu enriched
by a dozen now bets.
Theru will to an operatic concert to-morrow
afternoon und opening at Elduraao, under
the direction of Nauan Franko uod wtiu
'Iheodoro lloch as ournettlst. Among the
selections to be played by the Eldorado Band
are the " Salvation Army Patrol" and tho
tThen Baby waa tick, we save her Caatorta.
Whni aha was Child, aha crM for Castorla.
Wkea she became Was, abe cluaj to Oaatora.
Wkaa tM kM!CWMrea,he gave tkasBCMMtta.
; -i - V t " ,
'anvU chorus from " II Trovatore." The clou
lng weeks of ' Egypt Through Centuries "
arn announced.
Jonathan It. Bass, the ossllled man, will ee
next week's main attraction at Uubera Four
teenth street Museum. This peculiar being
has already been exhibited at Uubcr's, where
he attracted much attention.
Nlblo's Garden wUl reopen for the season
to-night, under tho management ot Alexan
der Comstock. The house has been redeco
rated, and the policy to be pursued will, It Is
said, be a new one. The opening attraction
is W. J. Fleming's " Around the World."
Selections from the works ot Wagner will
be given at the Madison square Garden to
night. Wagner nights are extremely popular
now, where Damrosch docs mil Justlco to the
eminent composer. Business at the Garden
during tno week has been good.
Although the weather is Bomewhat cooL
the spectacle called Venice," set to the
music of fireworks, may Btlll be enjoyod at
West Brighton, Coney Island.
Pattl and Mlgnon.
B. P. The opera of "Mlgnon" was com
posed by Amoroso Thomas. Mme. Adeline
Pattl was born (?) forty-nine years ago.
FROM THE WORLD OF LABOR.
Wyoming, Kansas, Idaho, Nebraska and
Indiana hae eight-hour laws.
In St. Paul, Minn., no distinction Is made In
wages ot male ani female teachers In the
public schools.
The Building Trades Council of Grand
Ilaplds, Mich., will soon have Its own halL
William Cloan will be the Labor Day Mar
shal ot Iron-Moulders' Union No. 84.
Tho London Building Trades council Is com
posed of delegates representing lU.SOO mem
bers. The Buffalo Bookbinders' Union has carried
a demand for higher wages for overtime.
The union furniture-workers are on strike
In Cincinnati and they request their craft to
stay away.
Tbo Illinois K. of I. state Assembly has
Indorsed iho National ticket ot the People's
party.
A motion to divide the Central Labor Union
ot Kutlulu into different sections has, been
voted down by that body.
Bricklayers' Union No. 11 will parade with
tho Central Labor t edcratlon on Labor Day.
At this week's mtellDg four new members
were enrolled.
William Kipper has been elected Financial
Secretary pi o tern, of Laborer's Union No. n.
'1 ha Union has called a rpcclal meeting for
Sept. I).
'1 ho 1 cather-Workers' Union ot Philadelphia
hai asked the Labor Day fommllteo In that
city to prohibit thu carrying ot red Hags in
tho parade.
Tho Laborers' Protective Union of Long
Island will have Its third annual picnic at
Atlantic Park, Italph uvcnuo und Prospect
place, Brooklyn ou Labor Day.
At Blscbofshelm, Germany, socialist Jacob
Wlesenccker has been re-elected Ma or by a
majority of 'J7S over the combined parties of
the capitalists.
Ex-WaUlng Delegate Latzer has compro
mized his differences with Clothing-cutters'
Assembly U.H27, K. uf I., and the books of
the organization have been returned to Its
officers.
Detectives have been hired by the Barbers'
Union ot St. Louis lo watch the bosses who
keep open their shops on Sundays, which Is
against the law In MlssourL
Itostuberg & Wlnlerberg, ana Ilemanh
Bros. Luwensteln are negotiating wliytbe
local birike commltteo of tho clgar.Makcr'
Unions lor the return to work of ihelr strik
ing emplojees.
In Great Britain the annual loss In wages
throushsIcicuesM Is ubout s5j,000,oOO, uod
It Is estimated thai 40 tier cent, of thosu who
start lu business go into bankrupt? within
two years Uom starting.
New officer have been elected by the So
clety jor Advancing the Interestslot the Labor
Press, as follows : William Uetscb, Secretary;
George Kern, Ftnanclal Secretary: U Ernst,
'ireasuier; .Me-srs. Baumann, holler and
Wrhrle, 'i rusiees.
To counteract the Anarchistic agitation ot
Dr. Merlin, Fillppo Turatl Is said to Le con
sidering a tour through this country to or
sanlo the Italians under tbo socialist Labor
party. Turatl la the most successful Social.
Istle organizer la Italy.
The secret work of the Knlghtt of Labor
baa been translated Into the German, Italian,
Swedish ana Polish language, and li la now
" ' v .
iiJti A frMaiiaait iT'f fti'i mjh
ready to be mailed to any assemblies desiring
to use the same. A French translation Is also
being made.
1 ho cigar manufacturers of several cities,
in reply to demands of their workmen for
higher wages, have declared that the Increase
of duty upon Sumatra tobacco through thu
McKlnley bill makes It Impossible for them to
Increase wages at present
Members of the Brooklyn nouse-Palntent'
Union complain that the walking delegates
of the K. or 1. painters' unions attempt to
drltetbera from their job In order to make
them Join tho K. of I- Tho House-Palulers
will parado with the Brooklyn Central Labor
Feocratlou on Labor Day.
At the last regular meeting of tho Interna
tional Machinists' Union It was denied that
an attempt had been made by somo of the
Auarcnlstlj members to officially request
Butchers Union No. l, to withdraw from tbo
Central Labor federation. Tho Butchers
will be requested to withdraw their state
ment. Charges have been preferred by the Union
mil Kramers' Union against members of tho
New York Union of their trade for working
ton hours per day on Jobs at Avondale, N. J.
Members falling to take part In the Labor
Day parado will be fined U each.
The striking cement laborers have notified
their bosses that those refusing to sign the
Union's contract noxt week will be compelled
to give security wben tboy apply for Union
workmen alter iho successful termination of
the strike. The headquarters of the strikers
is at :il4 East Slxtj -third street.
These ortlcors have been elected by Car-
E enters' Unlou No. 7, of the United Brother
ood: Henry Yelton, President ; J. W, Ador,
Vice-President ; D. It. Gash, Financial Secre
tary; J. Hehmnn, llecordlng secretory; W.
s. Duncan, Treasurer ; James Horsey, Con
ductor : L. G. bright, Wardeu ; N. T. Darnell,
J. llchmad, It. overstroet, W. T. Whltmuu,
P. scnlciner.Trusieoa.
President Alex. Bremer, of tho Musical Mu
tual Protective Union, has appealed to secre
tary ot tho Treasury Footer to finally decide
tb-question whether or not tho law against
Importing labor under contract Is applicable
to musicians. Mr. Bremer also protests
agalnstXhe recent Importation of a Hunga
rian orchestra. Tho Union expect a very
large ludux ot musicians next j cur lor the
Viorld's Fair m Chicago.
A proposition lo harmonize with tho Inter
national Typographical Union has been re
jected by the annual convention of tho In
ternational Printing Prcbsinen's Union. Ah
assessment has been levied to cream a gen
eral strlka fund. Tho Convention also
adopted resolutions ndtlslng local unions to
fight for tho nine-hour work day. Tueneiv
ultlceis are: 'Iheodoro Galoskonsky. Presi
dent; J. r. Ford and II. W. Kew, Mce. Presi
dents; llrnry Uelson. Secret ary-'Ireasurer;
Charles W. Miller, editor of tbo oniclal organ.
William A. Itosckians, tecretary of tho
United states Hotel Assoclaiton. Is thu origi
nator of a i Un whoso object It tsiodestruj
tbo Inlluenco of the Hotel and ltcsiauratii
Employees' National Alliance, and this plan
consists In establishing labor bun ana lor
waiters In all large cities ot this country, or
course, union men will bu excluded from
these bureaus, the first ot which w as recently
opened In Boston. Walters should not gu to
si. Louis at present, as the place Is over
crowded with Idle men. New local unions are
about to be organized In Pittsburg aud Cincinnati.
Man Was Mads to Mourn.
Pcrhapf, tnd perbipi not. Howtrvr tbai ms? b
ha baa do txent for bit mittrj, If It I produced by
oerrooiDetit oa b nglactt to rtloforea hli
f nftvblad ctrf m through tha madia m of improrad
dlgattfoo. Ha can aacura thla hj tbt regular uaa
of I!otttter'a Stomach Uittara, a grateful tone
and tranquil uar. H abould natar b forgotton
thai t.a brain which la tha btadQoartara of tha
nvrroui yatam aod tbaituuiach baar tha cloatat
nlatlonaonato tha othar, and that atbllitj under
tha waUtband prodooaa acorreUtlradlatarbanca
in tha organ of thought. Olra, however, a qutetus
to aerTOuinaci and beadaobaa by a reform begun at
the fountain heed br the Bitten. Take it aleo fo
aia'arlal, Wllloiaand kidney trouble, rheumatlim
and thalunrrnltireof age. Taken before tueali It
iiupirU reliib for tha food.
Hamttrft horn?,
Be U rtrr x humble,
TMrtf no pJac like home."
Frorttle H bu Twi WpnMVa WOMAN'S
fAOK, wblcb la printed aner U.
eossip of nme and field.
Day and Oonneff Foot-Eace Is
Awaitod with Interest
Comment on the Coming Great
Pugilistic) Carnival.
There are two coming athletic contests
which are at prctent attracting a good deal of
attention from athletes and lovers ot amateur
uthlcllcs. one Is tho two-mile walk to bo
given at the Columbia A. C games Labor
Day and the other is the three-mile run at
tho New Jersey A. C. games tho same
day, In which Wllllo Day, of tho
New JersevB, and Tommy Conncff, of
tho Manhattans, will start. If the
conditions aro favorable a record Is apt to be
smashed at cither or both ot tbeso events.
Tho race between Day and the "little Irish
man" not only brings two of the best dls
tanco performers In the countrytogctber, but
has developed into a ncrt of an Interstate as
well as a club contest New Jersey against
Now York the N. J. A. C. versus tbo M A. C.
A man strolled Into the Sporttnu Tltixei oftlco
tho other day and offered to wager 8U lu
4100 on conneff, though why tiny body
should expect odds that way Is difficult to
understand. There Is said tobohandiuls of
Day money at tho Consolidated L'xcimngc,
however. The Jersey peoplo aro mortgaging
their furniture, It Is said, so confident are
they that Day will do the trlct.
Tho last time the two men catno together
Conneff ran the Jersetman to a standstill
It was a very bruising race, each Irjlng to
ruu Iho othor off his feet. Day weakened
firs:, but conneff was nearly read! to go
lilmsolf. Both men are reported to hae dono
winio last trials, aud 11 Is lliu opinion or some
that KlOblewhlte's record of 1 l.'.'ti a-.'i may
go lo pieces ou Labor Da).
BlgEdCrano rtcoered his stride jester
day, ui.it the ivhuIi was no had chru on ar
Alios "Prowns" at his mercy at St. Imis.
rnu (SlantH made the paco Irom thu tall of Hie
flag, und tbo Mound City team was nuter lu
lialllng dlatauci'. Four hc.it tenng singlet
was tho sum total ot Urn Drowns' hilling
record. Besides crauo Buck Kwlng ami
Denny Lyons did Mimu ball plajlng Buck
mado three hits, two of them doubles, put
out ten men and had iwoassuts. 'Iho score
w as :i lo 0.
A quite different lalo comes from Clce
laud, where Ward's HrouMjns held lorili
yesterday. 11m llronUyns fell down, and fell
with a hurd nuinik Tnugumes were plajed.
Messrs. cuppy and Young pitching fur l line
land and helping lo bent liiooklvn both
gained. Tho scores were S to 1 and 7 tu 4.
New York was tho only Eastern clubot the
lot to win.
1 nc following games are scheduled for to
day: N. York at Rt. Louli. irbllt. at Plttilmrf.
Brooklyn ftl Clcvftlsud. lUltlinura kt rtticlunltl
Itustuusl LguilTllla. lW,tig'tuo t Clilcteo.
...
llegardlng Jim Corbett's Imputation that
Doiuiulck McCaffrey would rouably do n
good deal ot spuming when toe two met In
tho rii.g, and would also likely Insist that
gieat big, nice soft gloves bo used, liomlnlck
has this lo sar: " I will agrte to meet corltlt
with tbo same sized glovrs he u,.-s In his
ei;tit!lili Sulllvau, and I will alio agree tu
unomoro sprinting than corbntt does at
Neiv urlians. lam confident of one of two
thing, either that corbeti will rciuse to
miei n.o ai the Mannattau AUiP'tli" Club
Iioiim', or, If ho docs, thai I will stay four
rounds."
'I he indications aro that both Madlsuii
Square (Jardru and Clermont Avenue llluk la
linxjuiyu will not hale much spare room next
Monday at tho respective shows of Corbeti
and sulllvau. Dosldes the meeting ol Mc
Caffrey and cnrbclt, which will tend to draw
a big crowd to the Harden, two games of
handball have been arranged. At lo'rUvk
corbelt will play Kx-Champlon of Ireland
John Lawlor, and In the evening will nave
Luke Ford, a local expert, for an opponent.
In addition to tho regular evening pro-
Sramme, two special su-round bouts aro
elng arranged between " coilec-cooler "
Craig and Jim Dunn and MDTfloon's "Cyclone"
and c c. smith, corbcttgave a Bhow In As
bury Park last night, and is said to havo
knocked Jim Daly stiff with an unintentional
right-hander on the Jaw.
.
John L. Sullivan's book, "A Nineteenth
Century tlladlator," will be on sslo In a day
or two. In addttlun to tbo regular nu-cent
edition, John has had -'..loo copies ot an
edition deluxe struck off, some (it which bo
nllldlitrlbulo among his mends, Including
many notables. Ihe uook basllOU pages and
contains pictures nt all thetlghiers John I.
has met nnU vanquished and his udversary to
come, corbctt. lhero aro also somo photo
engravings of the author showing his
muscular development. John tells of how ho
hobnobbed wlib Wales, his Australian trip,
the affair with Mitchell, his examination by
Dr. Shrody, as told oiclu.ilvelylnTm Would,
and other Interesting events in his Hie.
Encouraging reports come frcm Bay St,
Louis concerning tho condition and progress
ot McAullffe and skelly. McAullffe Is re
ported to bu In much better shapn than when
he loughi his draw with Myer. But,
for that matter. Myer Is probably
better than before, too. Skelly chops
down trees, skips thn rope, has an
appetite llko an ostrich and Mceps well.
Dixon is the favorite, nl :i to 1.
...
Four gold slop watches, four silver stop
watches, mur high-grade pneumatls safetle ,
three pairs pneuniullc tin h, twodnubln acliuii
pcurl-handlo ruroUers, two diamond rings,
piano lumps, a sllier water pitcher, a ma
liogan) casy-chalr, an onjx clock und other
prues make up th list offeied b) the
Piusalc Athletic Club for La athletic
meet sept. :i at ihe Clifton rare Hack. Ihe
prizes aru divided among twelve cteuts. six
running and My wbeelimr. The runs aru all
handlctps lou yards, u'St) hurill", uooyard.
quarter, half and one mile. 'Hie :iOo-nrd
runts open only to Passaic amal ours. The
W cling events ai one-mile novice, three
quarters, one, ouo unla half, two and nv
tulles. Ton two mile is a scratch ccol and
tho five miles open only to Passaic County
rlderti. Is lor the championship of i ho county.
A Mini' prize ot a diamond ring is ulvi uffured
for tho (listen mllo of thu day.
A special train will ruu dlroct 10
tho grand stand and all tho rcguhir trains
will stop at the track, 'ihe special 1'mes
champers street, l.'.'U o'clock, and regular
trains leavo nt short Intervals. 'Ihe "two
douliln action pearl handled rotolvurs " must
lu a mistake. Tbo A. A. I, rules fnrtld thorn
as prims. Tho attention of iho Passaic
management has bren railed to this laci bv
Secretary sulllvau, aLd home other prizes will
bu selected Instead.
...
The Ataianta Bo.it Club will senl a Junior
douolc. senior lour and a senior clglit-oarrd
shell lo Boston Labor Day to compete lu inn
.Soiv Knglaiid liowlng Assoclatlona rogutta.
Tho Atalaiilas will also have 'a Junior and a
senior right in tho statcn Islund regatta
Labor Da.
To Insure
Pure Food
Thf. purest, lightest, sweetest,
anil therefore most appc-
tizing and wholcsonm bread,
biscuit, rolls, muffins, cakes,
cmsts, etc., aro fissured with
the use of the Royal Raking
Powder.
The New York State Annlyst
aays: "The Rnyol Baking Powder
ix superior to nny other which I have
examined. Itisunequaled for purity,
atreogth and wholesome ness."
AMUSEMENTS.
IMIBLO'S
.11 r. Alex'r Camnl ark. hole l.raare 6c Itlar.
MATS. W1.D. SAT. A LAUOR DAY.
OPENS
RECLlMFD,ltEJltVlNATKO,ItESUJCITATED
TO-IMIGHT.
OKCIII hTHA I 1IAI.CONY
.inc. :t5r.
tlll.MUM. I UIIAIKhJ.
SJc-UFSnilVKt) SFAT-250.
liAI.I.hin -16c.-llAI.LBKY.
iVItb W J. 1-lemlDa' Draimtie Piulactlon,
AROUND
THE WORLD
6ARDEN TMiliriLV. R.1S. BAT. MATINEE.
A,l, I CIMRAn- orlhe.Mlldof
Tin: riMK I OIIMDMU. i:i.or.
'JUU Proplf. Adpi. fillc. AdnilU to Iloof tiardtn.
BTAIl TUKATKK. Er nlnei 8.15. Mat. Sat. 3.
rilTT-KILLAlEY.
VJ.MOX SQtTAltl'. THIIATtti:.
McKK.'. KANKIN- rilt'DKniO ItRYTOX,
I.MIOKM'K II V TIIK I'.MIIli: I'KLM.S.
A KKNTLILKV CUMIN Kl,.
EVEKIXns 8. 15. M A lKjl KJI.AND SAT.
IVIMIISON Mls It I: (JAIEIIKN.
Damrtitrh or. hi..tral l'rrnnefld Oncerti.
KOOI' liAUIIKS AMI IIIUKU N I', il Id IX
VAI'ilUVILI.K. DAM'I.MI. ACUUIIAt'IU.
Ailnuislimtu ill, 30crnl.
BTIt AVK.MtK TIIICATUP. H'.rnd'J8tlnt.
Mr. It. C. Sillier Proprit'tur trt IfAntffer
' A roi 1 pity." I'rwfiJfnt Harrioo.
xi.ti'i.i.ii mil or :t kt.
Jolly lurccxmr to " Mr. U llklnaun W idowf."
SOYrS MAHIHIIN MJUAIti: TIIKATltP.
l.tnilii t H.tlii. h.luril,r Mitln.f Hi
A 'I KM' TO CHINATOWN.
300th and Souvenir ptrttnnaiur, t-rliUr Aur.3A.
A itollri Mirer I'alea.lar itlleii tu rterjr iailf Tialtor.
CSSI.NO. liniUDW AY AND IISTIt ST.
THE VICE ADMIRAL. I &
limit Ctkrilisti limrri .Nfxlitly iud Saud,
Adralitiuii, Mio,, Inch, dln toUi nlrtiuineott
hTTjaco BSTH EATRE, Tt"'sW-'
lYit-iS i'"'Af DecKsr Bros.' Minstrels.
MJAI-WKKK t lllMNKKI't LAWN
EDEN MUSEE, WORLD IN WAX.
UFI At, OP "Nil I'."
POWELL MAJILTON.
Mt'.M'l I.AJHV III'MIAItlAN OIlCIIKHniA
SUVINDMIK Ilil.Allll- 41 an.l 17 llorrrrr
V TIIK coi.osi:i..
IIUII.I.IAN'TI NKXI VSKPK.
( OMKIlV 'I III! hllAllllOCK.
SPORTING.
CO.MIY IM.s.N'll JOCKEY Cl.HU.
ttAltmilAY. Alio. '.'7. AT'JT. M
THE GREAT FUTURITY STAKES.
VAI.UK T5,(M0
Trfttn frcm I'ntl hirty.f.mrlh Mrof t fVrrj t 11.10
tut tfry lull buur theraficr.
S,itcll I'irUri'ir'l rln nt U iO.
Hotta frmu n ot, lntfl)ll t., tfiininu of ill !-
TitM rial. II li'A M fend W.10 1. M.,
ml titlf hnurlr ft-r
lUora erttr) NCikilir luNept 10.
1H IIOaKH OK TUrsrKKS .f tlu Uilin
I. ti M filly Itmiituti 'iiuf t.if tftyof .New Voi k,
ItmiufrtMirf h..l nit lllti l?ti uf .UhTJtl, l$'JJt
111'Ntini.tijatir ail it t d tti following
,ciri i nt Mitli ) . rrcm m uitfllictnc
,.f (he d'fctn uf liAl.l.M'K s L II H.V, our f-l-nit.
fetist luiuj I'r ailttvl I.
tiit r .Ain-titiu i if 111 Hii-, wai ffrj Urrlr
itti m in Tout, -d h aharad tta Kurral polivy
irum lia uiutior Djrliif ibirJ ot .autui o
t e if work a uttvoi it urruata ha cihlbtlad Id a
Uit b Otftfiai tha qDatlttai of jru laoc, aoand jndg
mant. tLUKtitjr and hottitr iid h inatitutloa
il itit n tt Ttent iiroaptioua condition t tba
lvii mo'tumaitt tu lila Ability.
it M h hi tliotoaiicilr uprtit rharactrT won tba
ilct ot all of Iki I. tta f littii, hi kindly diapol
titm and gfiitla inauuer catmsl their lue, and Im
Hi Uo wa-rUJ ty a larg oirrla ab warm
I earlai. grnaroua aid rliarltabU frtndi and
tbouflt h a tparad tti a gol ultt aga. Ilia luia
will i lnng nit ttanly fait, not only ! bla UaaU
raa aauttfiatt, lnt by hi url lug fatuiiy, whom
wauraor our alnrarr ijntpAib lu theft aafer
fflicilon, Hr order 1 th lizard:
I IIANNIMJ M. ItRllTOEt,
rlrt, Yl-l'raidant,
riUNCIS U. l.i:AKr, hnrr-tir;,
AMUSEMENTS. ''B
Q HUBER'S m
rrW 14th St. Museum. Y'tiM
EJk m Jt Nalore'a Uiml, tM
Llilln J. R. BASS, THE " V'M
TBff OSSIFIED MAN, fS
IVaH A LIV'N0 MAN OF BONE I ' '4H
Oft cliquot. .-ssr ;.
Hli ADAHS.AHMI.EiSWONDOU- -WM
WO DOT SONWELL ;m
Kn and Dn of tUtttaaukM. ll
SB V I Mme. .lohntOD, a, moontila f vl
L I t'h; Mm. Mllo, qam of ''iBl
all Hair; T..-IIO, ,CoofO JTlnxl '-.KBj
III Klaworth, blind ebeolcr-pUrtr. 7AH
11 Palace Specialty Co. $jH
11 Too MonlU. French dooUt' )sLrS
III Shearer and klartell, U Leaf 's'BBBj
& T Lam lera, John II. Uartba. Jb TA"B"LenTl
KEJaXM Cobnrn, NoUU DUmond. Prf. lliM
B&mm Mitlhe.ae Uoti Paradox aviel , I'falPM
SOTHERN' UM5X5ffww '
HOPPER. I WANCL 'jm
K.enlnj.alH. MattneeRatnrdar al J. lrjaal
Neat Monilar Oitr nl 1'arli" Nlahl. 4H
PAIN'S FIREWORKS. tM
1IEAIIT1FU1. AXD OASO KKjM
" VENICE.'' S
AT CONKY M.AMI ttVral BrlaktMb) . JI-SfM
MIT nl .Mnnh.llao. ' fjH
1TH HTKtCT THKAUli. NWROHAYaV 'velCaHJ
Matlneei We Ineadar and Saturday, Tsaaaai
A I'lll'ULCH I'ATUIOTIO RUCOSSSI T'tJaaaaaat
IHE WHITE SQUADRON. M
rirllllantlr ttaiiwl and tort. ooalTcoetinaed. P-fLaTei
ELDORADO. 'VXr-j 'WM
Lunrcrt at 4. Circua at ft. Concert ai Aaad'S.llk. -VbbbbI
" EGYPT THROUGH CENTURIES." ' M
1 tnal 1'roineDiite Coneart from 10 to It. vM
Matinee Saturday at 4. .leaaV
Take nt ( .'.1 l and Krauklln at. ftrrlaa. Teaka i VtaaVJ
olBce. iH I t Ulh a... and l,dlp hutela. -sJIB
M.OS1KiI.t"llfAI.'N. MAT. TO-DAT. TiOH
MONS. DUFOUR AND MLLE. HARTLEY. ,M
.11 1. 1, K. It i:VA I.. I AJIS, , aaB
i latiteu-e I leotri.iue. Tno Ureal Miml,. 'vt"H
VAtnil.VII.I.K IllIKLK-OUE NOVELTIES. JBBael
- i ifaH
PAISIUK'N LVSTlIMi: SIH
of .Mr. niYCV and hi. la vXZH
HeorrM UIACT OoeraOo. tha -?;
M WIIT, , . t PH
Monday, Aut. 2i,bterllnt Sileer Soaranlr (nam 1FM
riuta. luf. . Aug. St. PmlfllC. ' paaaai
TONY PASTOR'S. 'ffijfc-.ffWB" 'B
JOHNA.IAMES KUSSh.I.I., BOSS A ILNTOit. L.iB
Mari.llM LEYIO.N. UtOM I NULANtl. lfp?W
A t.AI.A MATIIttnAV NlUIIT BILL. -''
HARLEM OPERA-HOUSE. ,31
OPENING OF M'ANON, MONDAY, AUO. M. bwM
CHINATOWN. ,m
HA IS uff UN SALE. WjjM
Q It AMI Ol'EIlA-lltilJSF. , , , . ''JU
lteeertp.l teata, Orcheatra L'lrel, and Baloony, tOa, '&TlH
TO- I RUSSELL'S I THE CITY. .
NIG.iT, 1 COMEDIANS. I DIRECTORY. sWM
BTANt, "... TI.EA1 IM X HJ... Mana,-,
LAIIY I. II.. I Mttln.e, Salnrdar. .-iaBM
with Lillian lla. I 'ffaalH
Neit Week KeTltal of "Th. Prl tat. Sacral ary.', 'jBH
14th St. Muslc'Hall and Alhimhra Curt, !H
t:tl aud Klfl lia.l Uthat. "ASM
Tin: iio.nii:ic okciiehtriqn 'S-'WafJ
I'lnya lltiry AltcrnooB maid KTla. "-1aaai
COLUMBUS THEATRE. $SS!WI1& lMk
Th.l.twtincceaariil Mo.ieat t arc. Coaaaoy, ''aaataei
"tiiiTkio." ijWM
N.it Waek-8pldr and Fly. - j-jiml
JPHOOTOR'A TH E ATKK. REOPKNt. AUO M. iH
ROBERT MANTELL 'JH
,'i. FACE T.rK mooniBt. $6M
Boi-olhco nowopen. Mala. Wad-.iaa. IjFjpM
BROOKLYN tUUSEMENTS. 31
NOVrXTV THEATBIC, Booth 4lh and Drlaar V,(H
ata. J.K.ltobbln.,.Vr. aadMaa.' OaaaaHB.iM f.jjaH
Sat. slthl An,, it aqdeea 4031. MaAe.faaj., .'.jfBM
Thar., and Hal. Alr.llarty ly,.oreorta4WBat 3-1 JBBJ
Lully 111(1 and .apart, caat la lb. KMMfVlMay W'SjB
l" V ' im ajwliaaaaitoi ,gjajlsMMitBI

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