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1 TO-VtRROW?S SUNDAY WORLD.
: i THEATRES NEXT WEEK.
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a fantell to Appear at Prootor'B
in a Dual Bole.
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'TIio Private Stcretary " to Be Re
n Tlved kt the Stantard.
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4 A 4rama In four acts tor Charles Osborne,
3 lutilcd-'Ttis Kace in the Mootfllabt." wUl
acted at Proctor's -Twenty-tnlrd Street
r :bcatre Monday nljfnt. Kobcrt Mantcll will
1 Ptcar In a dual role, and be will bo eup-
lorted by Mlcbael Jordan, V. T. Itlnggold,
'rink Lander, J. M. Fcdrls, J C. Ellison, C.
I. Odlln, J. II. Atne.l, W.Morton Baker,
I Mfrea Sturges, II. 1. Goodwin. Miss Cbar-
otie Bebrens, Miss Harriet FerU. Miss Marlon
Sirleand Miss Helen Baker. 'Ibe sccneiot
He play are laid In Trance In 1814.
That blghly entcrtalnlnjr farce, Tbo I'rt-
'te becretary," will bo roylred at tbo Stand-
ird Theatre Monday night. The cas' will
: -cludo Kdnln Traycrs as Douglas Catter-
' o'.e, William Fairbanks as the Her. Kouerl
jaulding, V. J. Constantlne, Erelyn ETans,
5m Ji Webber, ThoinaB David, James O.
Icnney, Georgo Archer, Alice Falriirotber
.' lino Grafton, Genevieve carpenter, Nellie
Whitney and Uosa Merlana.
"The Mascot" villi to sung for the last
Hmo m I'almer's Theatre Monday night,
hen silver thumb rings will be distributed
souvenirs. Tuesday night there will be a
trod revival of Gilbert and bulllvan's ever
dfUghtrut " l'atlence "a revival that is sure
w be cordially elcoined. Dlxcy will appear
. s Hunthornc. Miss Lenore Snyder as
l'atlence, W. J. McLcugblli as the Colonel
nil Miss Volando Wallace as Lady Ancela.
' Settled out of Court" will enter upon.tbo
WurtU eck of Its run at the Filth Avenue
'Iheatio Monday night. Hie fiftieth periorm
ne u ennounred for Sept. lii, when band
cme fcouvenlrs will bo alstrlbutod. Tho piece
s Unproved to sono i: stent tlnco Its initial
Mrlormance, Its mobt utti active feature Is
ll" acting nf Joseph Holland.
The ( peuinjr 0f tho regular Vail and Winter
n."" 'el',r "I"! concert Hall will
'iurii-, amrjay muht, when Mario Vu
auni ii n a ;n her reappearance at this haute,
jaiauu, tin mltnlc, la reialned. and iicjlI
.,. ''" "'" JTenent ft picture of Gen. Grant.
"u uur anu Hartley ami Kada Heyval will bo
.i.,,leR0' tne vaudeville perloruiance.
nr..i. popl'Wer and tho Hy," u ancctacular
muuution, win utiio attraction next wick
it.J T . ,cluiuuus Ttieatre, Uarleai. The
'n.S "."."' c,J""tln many .".greeablo noveltlea.
'."'Alnnuibiabillft will be bdrd by the
' jjr dani-'ijrtu, .Miles. clra cwmann. anil
ii. . ""cco whu will dancn a tarantclin
'OgMoite. The costumes will all be new.
ir.,..lon)r ',:sturs 'ilieatro next r.rek. the
"k?. au'"!l! wl include Harry Kernel), tbo
Jni1 ,',!!' 1.l"1,u comedians;" V llllam Jerome,
Si,, '. ansutnc, little Hounln 'Ihorniun,
t, V !iJ a"'1 urmlorn. Lnwiynnd Kvatis, as tho
ai5P.a".,J ine farmer; the Deuio Miters,
; i ,l,.liy '' A- "eere; Daly and Uever.
"dtlie King nlstera.
or,, '.'"letla." 8, W. Varney's melo
tMri1 ".'" Played at the People's T hitatio
"in? n!','k Uy D ''xcellcnr company. Includ.
KStUa.Mbccn w,tl W. H. Ciane; Miss Helen
ClarL.'. riUi IIel" Corlette, Harry Corson
SiiniV.",rr' 'NPle and a number of others.
e.,ai,9.au310 fccenery is promised.
wit VI. Bl ,oy" P'MWlr "long at the Broad
irom i?','.,.rS-. ln re-spouse to an Invitation
lln? ?.xi0' Hopper, Capt. Frederick Wat.
(Ltffi. i,i5? tl,y ' I'r"' accompanied by bis
inciv,?0' "tnceni, will see 1 he perform
Ear?. . J1?.4' evenlns- The boxes and otb-r
ffilh'I1'.0.J10,W9 ' oe decorated with
lb riwi,,ce Aomtril "will end IU career at
Mm.ii.1.0 a '-H3lgJt, on the last ngbt
f'icVTi.'!r.f.lr! man7 ' " former caalno
tii i V. "w.m " by the company for
1,1 lf. Ft U,IU, the t ifru TBblt
TTT' TTT
mimic, will not appear at tbo roof irarden
entortalnmcnt'atter Thursday of the cjmlug
week
' 'lhe White Squadron" will begin the last
week of Its engagement at the Fourteenth
Street Tneatre Monday nigttt. Whll the
plecn will undoubtedly mane money op tbe.
road. It has scarcely sufficient Intrinsic value
for New York-, where the people deuand
something mure tban mere heroics. Tbe
melodrama will be succeeded Sept. 6, by
"The still Alarm."
The Grand opera.Houso opens Its season
to-night, when husaell's comedians will ap
pear Tu the latest version of "Tne city Dlrec
lory." The company will Include Lydla
Yeamans. Add ltyman, Tyrone Power, Nellie
Parker, Etbcl Oroiond, Margaret Fllipatrlck,
William Cameron, Alexander Ualg, Luko
Schoolcraft, Dan Daly, uullus Wltmark, J. C.
Mlrcn, Bessie Cleveland and Amelia Giover.
Uammerstelns Harlem opera-Uonsj will
open Its season Monday night, when "A Trip
to Chinatown" will bo acted by Csrollne
Hoelan, Beatrice Norman, Lillian swain,
Harry enroll, Burt Haverly, O. A. lieane. jr.,
itlcbard Karl, Fred Huntley and W. D. Lewis.
Minnie Kenwood will do a serpentine dance.
At the Madison Square Theatre ' v Trio to
Chinatown' will be presentea lor the three
hundred and fourth time. T be Immense pop
ularity or this Skit is Illustrated by tbe fact
of us being on view at two theatres. There
Is no talk of Its withdrawal. Like that hack
neyed brook. It seems to go on forever.
" Tbe Kentucky colonel " will enter upon
Its secoud week at the Union sqt'are Theatre
Monday nlguu It has been considerably
altered since Its first performance. Mr. Han.
km has cut out the ent Iro camp-meetlng.bcene
which fell so flat on the opening night. The
second act has been renrltttn, and, It Is said,
uuchlmproted.
There is no doubt about tbe success of win
some little Katie Kmmett at the Star Thea.
tro. Sbo Is an exceedingly clever actress,
and her work In Klllarney," Con T.
Murphy's piny, would make her popular any
where. The plcco Is magnificently staged,
and, altogether, an evening spctn at the star
Theatre Just now is highly agrreable.
fclnbad"li now lu tbo third month of Its
run ni tho Garden Theatre. Now ininlc, new
songs and new effects will bo added during
t he coming week. Tbe cast w ill alo undergo
several cbunges. Miss bertha Flscn win sui
ceed Ada Dure, Joseph b. Greenstclder will
step Into A. W. Martin's shoes and Ldltii Mer
rill be substituted tor Ida Hell.
The regular season at thu Lden Musee will
Deem Monday night, when M. Gitlual and
Mile, (irevllle will make their Iiret ttK-iirneu
in this country, fbey ate exponeutsof the
"science of thuught leatiing." ,uulbal Is said
lo be un eloquent lulker, while Mile. Greulle
will try to show that olio Is girted with tho
power of hoennd sight.
"Tho crolsUeen Lawn," Dan McCarthy's
Irish drama, 1 1 Le tho play at H. 11. Javjbs
Thtatre .Monday, and It III remain at this
honso lor two wieks. The piece is sail to
contain tome catcny music, eflectlve dancing
arid t-lauiiate bcenery. In the third uct a
descriptive Irish sung will be Illustrated by
dissolving views.
cuptalu Leltarblalr" Is one of the most
success! Jl I'lays that sotlu-ru has pit-sented
aitue Lyceum Thcatie. Hi popularity will
probably be as great at that of "Lord chuu,
iio." No change of bill Mill be mado until
the return oi tho leular stock cumpjn.
sothern has never appeared to suchadvan
tnge ns In .Miss Mcrluglon's pretty cuineuy.
jdwln Han ord, an Irish comedian, vocalist
and dancer will make his llrst ap, tarauce at
the Windsor Tneatre Monday night, lu a ro
mantic Irish drama called "'lhe shamrock."
T ho play U in fouraas and six scenes, and
admits ot singing and dancing specialties.
Mr. H(.niord will no supported by Jltsj.lclla
llanibrd and a careiuily selected (.ompaoy.
Tho New Pari: Theatlo w ill oieu Monday
nlgnt ar tho legulsr seaun witu Hydoc
beiiman'fa specialty couipaii. including
Helena Mora, ltoss and Ireiiioi), Frank UuLb,
conroy and tox uo; Marco ami Atuoi. Mauy
alterations have leen nde lu.iuH bouec.
and tbo scenic department has eccn enriched
by a dozen new sets.
There will be anoperatlo concert to-morrow
afternoon und evening at Eldorado, under
tho direction of Nahan Frauko and with
Theodore Hoch as cjrnettlst. Among (be
af lections to ie pluycd by tho Eldorado Baud
nre tbo bnlvatlou Army Patrol" and the
When Baby waa sick, we gave her Ca!orIra
Whea she wm a ChW, she cried for Caatorla. ,
When she became Wat, he clowg to Ckstorki.
WkM tbe had Quldrso, aba ave tkea Uaatertsv
nnvll chorus from " II Trovatore." Tbe closi
lug weeks or Egypt Through centuries "
are konounced.
Jonathan U. Bass, the ossified man, win be
next, week's mtln attraction at Hubers Four
teenth Street Museum. This peculiar being
has already been exhibited at liuber's, where
he attracted much attention.
Nlblo's Garden will reopen for the season
to-night, under the management of Alexan
der comstoclc. Thn house has been redeco
rated, and tbe policy to be pursued will, Jt Is
said, be a new one. The openlog attraction
Is w. J. Fleming's " Around tbe World."
Selections from tbe works ot Wagner will
be given at the Madison Square Harden to
night. Wagner nights are extreme lr popular
now, where Damrosch does lull justice to the
eminent composer. Business at tbe Garden
during tbo week has been good.
Although the weather Is somewhat cool,
the spectacle called Venice." s;t to tbe
music or fireworks, may still be enjoyed at
West Brighton, Coney Island.
Pattl and, Mljrnon.
It.'P. Tbe opera of "Mlgnon" was com
posed by Ambrose Thomas. Mme. Adeline
Paul was born (7) forty-ntne years ago.
FROM THE WORLD OF LABOR.
Wyoming, Kansas, Idaho, Nebraska and
Indiana have tight-hour laws.
In St- Paul, Minn., no distinction Is made in
wages ot male anl female teachers In the
public schools.
The Building Trades Council of Grand
Haplds, Mich., will soon have Its own ball.
William Cloan will be tbe Labor Day Mar
shal of Iron-Moulders' Union No. 8.4.
Tbe London Building Trades Council Is com
posed of delegates representing le.SUO mem
bers. The Buffalo Bookbinders' Union has carried
a demand lur higher wages tor overtime.
The union lurnlture-workers are on strike
lti Cincinnati and they request tbelr craft to
stay away.
The Illinois K. of I. State Assembly has
indorsed the National tlckit ot the people's
1-urty.
A motion to divide tho central Labor Union
ot Buffalo lntO'Olffercnt -Motions hai. been
voted down by that body. ' .
Bricklayers' Union No. ll will parade with
the cenliat Labor rederatlon on Labor Day.
At tbli week's meeting four new saeniocrs
u ere enrolled. .
William Klpperhas been elected Financial
Sccreinr piu tern, of Laboiers Union No. It.
Tbe Union has trilled u speilal meeting for
Sept. u.
1 he Leather-Workers' Union ot Philadelphia
has asked the Labor Day committee In that
city to prohult the carrying of red Hags lu
the parade.
Tho Laborers' Protective Untun of Long
IaUnJ will have Its l bird animal pknlcut
AtlaUlo Corn, Knlpli avenue und Prospect
place, Brooklyn on i-abor Day.
At Dlschofshelm, Germany, socialist Jacob
Vtiescuecker ba uoen re-elecicd Mavorbv n
majority of "78 orer tbe combined parties or
lhe capitalist.
Lx-WaUlng Dclvgate littler lias comprn
mUed bis dlllercuivs with uothlu-cuticrs'
Assembly li.S'.'T, K. of 1., and tuu look-, of
the organization hatobceu returned to Us
otrkcrs,.
Detectives have been hired by the Barbers'
Union ot St. Louis tu watch lhe bosses who
keep opcu tbtlr ohops on suudaj, which Is
against the law in Missouri.
lloseiiberg & Wlnlcrberg. ann Hemanh
Ilioa. & Duensleln are negotiating wily tbe
local strike commlltcoot thu tl,:ur-iakers'
Unions lurttwrjiuiu tunurkot iticlr uul
lug euipkyees.
In Great Britain tbe annual loss In wngei
through slowness Is about e.'3,ooci.oou, uud
It is estlmatod tun; 40 per cent, or tnoso who
start in business go Into bankruptcy within
two years trotu ntarttu.
New officers have teen elected by the so
ciety lor Advancing tbe InterestBjOf t bo Labor
Press, as icltows-1 tt'lliluin HetM.h,Secretury;
George Kern, Financial becretury ; L. Ernst,
Treasurer; Messrs. Baumann, IiOllcr und
Wehrle, 'i rmtees.
To counteract the Anarchistic agitation ot
Dr. Menln, Flilpno Turatl is said toiecon
ktdrrlni; a tour through this country to fr
sauize the Italians under the Socialist Lator
party. Turatl Is the moat successiul Social
tslle organUcr la Italy.
The secret work of the Knights of Labor
has been translated Into tbe German, Italian,
bwedlsti Anq Polish lang nagea, and It Is now
kflSjMAaktt
ready to be mailed to any assemblies desiring
to uactbe same. A French translation Is also
being made.
T be tlgar manufacturers of several cities.
In reply to demands of their workmen for
higher wages, havo declared that tbe Increase
of duty upon Sumatra tobacco through thn
McKlnley bill makes It Impossible tor them lb
increase wages at present.
Members of the Brooklyn House-Painters'
Union complain that tbe, walking delegates
ot tbe K. or 1. painters' unions attempt tu
drive them from their Jobs in order to make
them Join tbo K.olL- Tbe House-Painters
will parade with tbe Brooklyn Central Labor
Federation on labor Day.
At tbe last regular meeting of the Interna
tional Machinists' Uulou It was denied that
an attempt had b.-en made by some of the
AuarcUlsiU memoors tu officially request
Butchers Union No. 1, to withdraw from tbe
Central Labor Federation. Tho Butchers
will be requested to withdraw their state
ment. t
Charges have been preferred by tbe Union
Hill Framers' Union against members of tbe
New York Union of their trade lor worklnx
ten hours per day on jobs at Audale, N. J.
Membeis tailing to take part In the Labor
Day paradq w 111 be fined 1 each.
Tbo striking cement laborers have notified
tbelr bosses that those reiUMng to sign the
Union's contract next week will be compelled
to give security when they apply tor Union
workmen alter the sucu'ssful termination of
thestilke. The benduusrtcru or tbeatrlkers
is at 314 East Slxty.iblra street
These officers havo been elected by Car
penters' Union No. 7, ot the United Brother
huodi Henry Yelton, President ; J. W, Ader,
Vice-President ; D. It. Gash, Financial becro
tary : J. Hehman, ltecotdlng becretary : W.
s. Duncan, Tlcasurcr : James Dorsey, con
ductor : I. G. bright, Wardeu ; N. T. Darnell,
J. llebmad, 11. uvrrstreet, v( T. Wulimaii,
P. bcblewer, Trustee.
President Alex. Bremer, of tbe Musical Mu
tual Protective Union, bas appealed to Secre
taiTot tbeTieasury FeMor to Uually decide
th quesllun whether or not tbo law against
Importing labor under contiaci is applicable
to muslrlanti. Mr. bremer also protests
against the recent import utlon of a Hung,
run orchestra. Tho Union expects a very
large ludux oi musicians next year lor the
World's Fair in Chicago.
A propo-dtluD to liarmonlzo wlththt Intsr
national Typographical Union has b?en re
jected t y the annual t'onvcntluu of tho In
ternational Printing Pressuen'ti Lnlun. An
aigessmeht has Lctu letled to create a g.n
tral strike tm.it. Iho Convention ulso
adapted resoiuiluus udilslng local unlousto
l gut lor thu nine-hour uoric day. The new
onicers am: 'iheodoro Galuskowsky, Presi
dent: J. F. Ford and H. W. Kew, Vice-Pres:-deuts;
Henry nelson, becretary-lreasurer;
Chalks W. Miller, editor of the uitlctal organ.
William A. Kosckrans, becretary uf the
United states Hotel Assoclst Ion. Is the origi
nator of a Ian vt hose object II lsiodcstru)
thu lullueucu of the Hotel and llestaurant
Employees' National Alliance, and this plan
con-lsts In cHtabdsutiig labor bureaus lor
vt alters In all Urgu cities oi this country, or
course, union men will Ui excluded from
men- bureaus, tho llrst of which was recently
opened in Boston. Wallers suuuiu nut, gu tu
hu Louis at present, as the placo Is over
crowded with Idlo men. New local unions aro
about tu bo organized In Pittsburg and Cincinnati.
Man Was Made to Mourn.
Prhp,, ml prrbips not. Huotrfr tbas ms; k
tu lias du tsouse tor bis mUery, If It 1 prodmed by
narTousoess, to o is as ho nsalocts to rriaforco bit
tilosVe! utrvrt ihlocgh the melstn cf improrsd
dlsoillou. He can iun tbls br tbt urulsr use
of lloiutter'a btomsob ilitters, a craUM tojic
and tranqoil'uer. it should never be forsotton
that tiebrsln xhlrhls tbe hradqnarten o( tbe
nerroue srstem snd tbe stomach besr tbe o'oiest
lelitlom cos loth othtr, and Itast aebllitr under
tbo vislctnsnd produce a correlative disturbance
in the organ of thought. Give, however; a quietus
to nervousnos and hrsdscbes br a reform begun at
tbe fountain head by the Blllers. Take it also fa
ma arlal. Swllo is and Lldner trouble, rheumatism
and tuelnttrniltlteof age. Tsksn before mials it
Imp it u relish for the food.
"Jloin,incerl Aonie,
fit it err r to humlle,
Thtrfi no place likt homt,"
Provided !tha Tats World's WOMAN'S
FAOT. whiffs is rrlnled every day.
GOSSIP OF RING AND FIELD.
, ef
Day and Conneff Foot-Eaoe Ib
Awaitod with Interest.
Comment on the Coming Great
Pugilistic Carnival.
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There are two coming athletic contest
which are at present attracting a good deal of
attention from athletes and lovers of amateur
athletlcr. one Is the two-mile walk to te
given at the Columbia A. C. games Labor
Day and the other Is' tbo three-mile run at
the 'New Jersey A. C gamos the snme
day, in which Willie Day, of the
New Jerneys, ond Tommy ConnenV of
the Manhattans, will start. It tbe
conditions are favorable a record Is apt to be
smashed at either or both of these events.
The race between Day and the "little Irish,
man" cot only brings two ot tbe best dig
tance performers to the country together, but
has developed into a sort or an Interstate as
well as a club contest New Jersey against
New York the N. J. A. C. versus tbe M A. c.
A man strolled Into the Spurting Timet oltlce
the other day and offeied to wager $80 to
$100 on conneff, though why anybody
should expect odds that way Is difficult to
understand. There is said to be bandluls it
Day money at tho Consolidated Exchange,
bowever. Tbe Jersey people are mortgaging
tbelr furniture, It Is add, so confident are
they that Day will do tbe trick.
Tbo last lime the two met camo together
Conneff ran tbo .Terse) man to a standstill'
It was a very bruising race, each ttjln; to
run lhe other off bis feet. Day weakened
tlrs:, but Conneff was neaily icadytogo
himself. Both men are reported to have done
some last trials, and It Is the opinion ot souit
Hint Klbblevi bite's rccoiu of H.2U3-.J may
go to pieces on Labor Daj .
Big Ed Crane recovered his stride yester
day, and tbe result was he bad Chris Von der
Alms "Prowns" nt bis mercy at bt. Louis.
Tho Giants made tbe pace irum the iuil ! the
nag, und tbe Mound City team was never in
hulling distance. Four scattering singles
wa the sum total ot tbn iirownt,' bluing
record. Besides Crano Buck Ewlng atiu
Detny Lyons did rotnc ball playing. Buck
incde three hits, tnu of them doubles, put
out ten men and had tw o assists. Tuc scute
was :i to o.
A quite different talo comes from Cleve
land, where Ward's UroukUns hrlJ lonh
yesterday. The Brooklyns fell dowu, and fell
with a hard tump. Two games vt ere pl.t) cd.
Messrs. Cuppy and Young pitching lot Cleve
land und helping in beat llrouklvn both
game. Tbe tioies were A to laud 7 to 4.
New York was the only Eastern Club or the
lotto win.
T no tulluwlng games aro scheduled for to
day: New York at Bt. Louis. IThlls. at Plttibnrg.
llrnoklin si Clevelsnd. Baltimore at tlmciunatl.
boftouat Luutivllle. Warig'luul L'nuago.
liegnrdlng Jim Corbet fa imputation that
Duminlck .Micuffrey would t.ruD.ibly do a
giod dral of sprlntlug when the mo met lb
the ring, and wuuld also likely Insist thai
f;ieat big, nice solt gloves be used, Domlnlck
i.is this to say: " I will agree to meet CorLcit
with ibo same sized gloves he us.-s in bis
nghtwllh bttlllvau, and! will alsua-rrouto
uu no more sprinting tban Cornell doe, at
New oneans. lam oonildent of oneof tno
tilings, either that corbel t will rviuse to
meet, me at tbe Mannattan Atblrllc Club
house, or, If he docs, that I will stay lour
rounds."
The indications art) that both Madison
Square Garden and Clermont Aveuuc itlnk la
Brooklyn will not have much spare room next
Monday at the respective snows of Corbott
and sulllvan. Besides the meeting ot Mc
Caffrey and corbett, which will tend to draw
a bt crowd to tbe uarden, two games ot
handball bavo been arranged. At i o':lock
corbett will nlay Kx-Champlon of Ireland
John Lawlor, and In tbe evening will havo
Luke Ford, alocul expert, for an opponent.
In addltln.i to tue regular evening pro
gramme, two special six-round bouts are
being arrange! tctween "i.'oltee-cooler"
crau and Jim Dunn and Muldnon's "Cyclone'
and C. c. smith, corbett gave a show in As
buiy Tnrk last night, and Is said to bavo
knocked Jim Daly Mill v. I than unintentional
right-hander on the Jaw.
John 1- rulllvnn'a book, "A Nlnclctnth
Century Gludlator," will le on sale in a nay
or two. in addition tu tbe regular 'Q-cent
edition, John has had -.V00 rnpirs of an
edition deluxe struck off, sumo nt which ho
will distribute among his mends. Including
many notables. .Tho book has Hull pages and
contains pictures of all thenghteiH John L.
has met and vanquished and bis adverBjry to
cutne, corLctt. There aro also soino pbutr
engravings of tbe autbor showing his
muscular development. John tells or huw be
hobnobbed with Wales, his Australian trip,
the affair with Mitchell, his examination by
Dr. Stirady, nstold exclusively In Tin Woklp,
and otber interesting events lu bis II, e.
Encouraging reports come from Ray bt.
Louts conenrun tne lonalllou and progress
Of McAullffe and Melly. McAullffe la re
ported to bo in much better sliape than when
he lought bis draw with Mytr. But.
for that matter. Myer Is probably
better tban lelnre, too. bkclly chops
down trees, skips xhi rope, bas sn
appetite llko an ostrich and sleeps welL
Dixon Is tne lavorlte, at U to 1.
.
Fobr gold stop watches, four silver stop
watclies, lour high-grade pneumatic sarrtlo ,
three pulrs pneumatlcttn s, twodoublo action
pearl-liandle revolvers, two dlnuoid rings,
piano lamps, u sllter water pitcher, a ma
hogany easj -chair, an onvx cluck und otber
prize make up the list offeied by the
Pnisalc Athletic Club for I s atbleili:
meet Sept, :i at the clll'mi race t.ark. The
prizes aro divided among twelve ev ems. six
running and sl wlieelinir. The ruusnto all
handicaps loo yords. uua hunll-, aooyardi-,
quarter, half and one mile. Tbe :it)u-yard
run Is open tnly to Passaic omaleurs. Tue
c) cling events aro cne-mlle novice, three
tiuarters. one, one aula half, two and t.Te
miles. Tbxtwo mile la a scratch event and
the rive miles open only tu Pcssalc i'ounty
rlden. Is tur the championship of the county.
A time prize ni a diamond ring Is nisi offered
for tho i a test mile or the du.
A special train villi run direct iu
tho grand stand und nil the icgular trains
will stop at the track. 'Ibe special leaves
cuomt-urs street. l.'.'O o'clock, and regular
trains leave at nlintt Intervals. The "iwo
double action Ktir! handled revolvers " must
te a mistake. Tne A. A. I', t ules turbid them
as prlrm. The nll-titlon ol the Passaic
management has Icen called to this fact be
secretary hulllvan, und some otber prizes will
be selected Instead.
. .
Tho Atslsnta Boat Ciub will send a Junior
dounle. senior lour and a senior elght-oared
shell In Boston Lsbo- Day lu cnmpele lu lhe
.No.v Iceland Hon In; Association's regatta.
Tho AtiiUntas will also have 'a Junior nun a
senior cunt In tho staten Island regatta
Labor Dai.
To Insure
Pure Food
The purest, lightest, sweetest,
and therefore most appe
tizing and wholesome bread,
biscuit, rolls, muffins, cakes,
crusts, etc., nre assured with
the use of the Royal Baking
Powder.
Tbo New York Stato Analyst
uys: "The Royal Baking Powder
is superior to any other which I have
examined. It is uneqtutled for purity,
strength and wholMomenesj."
AMUSEHEHTS.
NIBLO'S
.11 r. Alex'r Casaslack. ale I,raee & Star.
MATS. WKD. SAT. k LABOR DAT.
OPENS
RF.CLaIMID,llEJUVlNATSD,HEBUOITATED
TO-NIGHT.
OUl'll"TttA I IIAi.C'ONY
Cllissr.. ! CIlAlllH.
2Sc KFSEUVKD HKAT-2VO.
uALI.ERY-lSe.-GALLBHY.
With W. J. Fleming's Drsmatle Pioluctloo,
AROUND
THE WORLD
6ARDEN T.!'t)HlI.Y, 8.16. 8AT. MATINEF.
ALL, CMRAn or The Meld of
TIIKIIMZl OHlDAU. Bslsors.
'ZOu People. Adni. oOc. Admits to Roof tiemen.
arARTHKATHE. Ev ninrsS.16. Mat. Rat. 1.
ttrfTT-fflLMY.
UNIOM SQUARR TIIEATRF-
McKlt.v HA.NKIN, FHKIlERtO BRYTON,
INDOUSKD ItV THK KMIKK FRKdS.
A KKKTUCKYCOIXNEL.
EVBNJNGSJIIJf MATS. WHO. AXD BAT.
M SIMMON ettlltAKR lAltl)E.N.
Dsmro,eh Qrnbestral PfptaetfedeCoiioerts.
ROOF UAKDKN A.WU lOWKlt H P. M TU 12.
VAI"IEVILI.K. IIANCI.f. ACROUAriU.
Admission to all, gQoeuts.
BTIf AVE.VIII! TltFATRr. B'var and 28th si.
Mr, II, C Miner ,. Pronrlelcr and Mansger
" A goo.i pier." PresidenS llsrrlsvo.
PJS.VTI.Sil llll'l jiy COIIKT,
Jo'ly sncce.sfaT tu " Mr. VTIlklmon Wldaws."
XOYT-H MSDIMON KljUAIti; TIIKATKE.
Evening at R. 81). bslurds' Mstinee al X
A Tit IP 'lO C'lilA10VN.
SOOth and Souvenir perlormanre. Krldar Aug. 20.
A feolld Silver calendar gtveo to every larti visitor.
CASINO. BROADWAY AND 3STH ST.
THE VICE ADMIRAL. I .
Hoof Irin Cuncsrt IMghtl and Huudtvr.
AJmlMlon, tUr.. totfludlng IkhIi cotxriAlnrntDti,
H. R. JACOBS' THEATRE, i?.
AS. SK-t. Oecktr Bros.' Mlnstrjls.
ftUXT VVEKK-CKUIhKEhN LAW.N.
EDEN MUSEE, WORLD IN WAX.
REVIVAL OF "HIIE."
POWELL A MAJILTON.
MUKCZf I.UU.V HUKOAHIAN ORCHESTRA.
tVINDhOU TUEATKF. 45 snd 47 llowerr.
A Till? fpt.ONEL.
HRII.I.IANT NEXT V EKK.
COMEDY I TUE BllAMKOCK.
SPORTING.
CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB.
SATURDAY. Allli. -JT. AT J P. M
THE GREAT FUTURITY STAKES.
VALUE 75.0CO.
Tnlo from t'n hirty-foarui sirl FtrrytU 11.10
no tfry hilf hoar thtrtftr.
tspvclkl Parlor ijr Trklo t l'i.Si).
Kotti from trot Vt tnlbU t. lartntoti of all alt
TaltHirtAJf, ll.ii) A. M. and 14.10 P, M.,
and half boarly aft r,
lltrei ? rkdar tottapt, 10.
Til! HOARD OF TRUSTEES of th Union
i- um Miiutfi Inttituli.soof tha city of Naw York,
at iptiD bald oo lb lTth of Aajfaat, 19VA
uoaniniojaiy aduptad tba followlcc;
a rtwaiTa with da? sorrow tn iad latalllcaDca
of thadeata of (lAKUNKU H. CIIAP1.N, our
traiuad and belota4 Prdldanl.
'i'liai riinltiop of Ui 11 uk waa vary larcalj
duo to bu ailjrta, and ba aha pad iti auaral poller
frmlt tntaoer lar(oa IblrJ of a eaoturv of
LW.iv work a ona of Haooicara bt ashlbitad in a
bleb dfttrat tho qualltlaa of prndaact. iband jadc
luaot. iitin.''tr od fldalitj, aod tb Inatttutlon
iUH Ita praaant proapaioua condition ia tba
bet won u ratal to bit abtlttr.
trVbi a hi thorough.; uprigbt ebaractar won tna
rtipact of all of who koa ti.tu, hit kindly dUpol
tiou anditntla man oar gaload tbair lota and ha
wl 1 t tt rattad ty a irt at re I a aa warm
haarlaJ. gaLaraaa and cbarllabia frtand; and
though ha waa iparad to a tool old ai nla )a
lllbalooa and aaaoly fait, not only W ata baal
sata aaOviaaa. bot by bla aurrirtnc family, wnont
waaaanraof or alncaro ampalby In tbafr aatara
aOKitoa. By ordar of tna Board i .
UtUNMltUM. BR1TTON,
ttrttVloa-rraatdtat.
FRAJCOIB U. UTAKC. Saratry.
a..aA..tILHAlkl.
"Q HUBER'S fl
gFm ! 4th Sf- Musium: - '-'Wm
KJk aA Nstare-s Vintl, '"SKW
Tmf 0S8IFIED MAN, rgM
VBBI I A LIVING MAN Or BOXEl 19
m CL1QU0T, "ZZ 'i
! ADAMS. ARMLESS WOKDEK. - .j"'J
fB DO r SON WELL - VM
VV and Den ef KatttasnskeaZ t fAJ
HI Mme. .'ohneon, smoanuiaef 151
LI fleth: Mme. Mils, Quesn.of . viKiM
laYl "'" Tec-Ro. Conn Prlaeet jJ'M
I If I Flstrorth, ttlndeneeker-plaiar. . -tvCS
HI Palace Specialty Co. ggm
III ' Tie Morells. French duets I ,- ,.
I II I Hu.srer and .Msrtell, tke Us- Mhf,MM
sy L iers, John H. Murlba, , Joka ll'lii
EJIJIJbsBi Oohnrn. Nellie Diamond,4 fraf. ViV'lH
avavejavJiaSeW Mutbe.se lioat rardox.,aid .;al
ntllfr'. . JvlH
SOTHERHiSiT -M
HOPPER. I WANG. fH
Evenlrgsats. MattneoKaturdaratS. MiJl
Nest Mondir "PitTf Farts" Nlabt. i (MM
PAIN'S FIREWORKS,. Sl
. UUAI1TIFUI. AND HANI jp,?M
" VENICE." flM
S OT at Alnnhatian. ' i jM
1T1I NTRKKT THEARg; NEAR STB AfB. ' JfiM
Msllreee We Ineedsr and Hsturdar,' '-?
A POPULAR I'AriUOTIO SUCCESS I F. '
1HE WHITE SQiAOROH.'. r
Pillllsntlr slsgej andgnrnToaelrcostusaed. , s-fgfW
eCdcrado. d'w' &m
Concert at 4, Circuaat o. Coneertat6anda.il , A3'tH
" EGYPT THROUGH CENfURIES." MM
ttnst Piomenede Oonoert from lOtol'i. , fsn
Mstinee Ssturisr ate. . "Jki?ial
Tate WestS.'dst.siidKrsukiiiist.fetTiea, Tsakas , ttliji
otHee. 28 t-istHtbs... auu dli, hotels. . f53B
scovrenA rial's. mat. to-pat. i ' '49
MOHS, DUFOUR AND MLLE. HARTLEY. ' jM
MI.I.F. IJKVVAi.. I A.siAvr;. , ' .'.flffsj
1.1-antease ElKlriqne. The t,rrsS Uinta. "i'AM
VAUUKVlLLh BUltl.E QUE NOVKLITS. J4
BAl7siEKM-LASTTiMK '4.U
of Mr. niVCV snd bis la. Xfl
H.jiyU UIALT Opera O. tb ijm
IAt'OT. . t iP
Msndar. Ang. JS.bterllng Silver Founatr thnasa ;;.':
rloge. 'iLes., Aug. tit'. 1'rulcacc. YM
TONY PASTOR'S. ffiuAgB .tV" HM
JOHN A JAMES RUKSKI.L. ROSS A FRtrrOK. tJ'flB
blalfc.hrl LEYION. riiOll INuUNU. 'Ht'lM
A UALA SATUHDAV ttltlllT UILU WJ9B
HARLEM OPERA-HOUSE. -i
OPENINH Ol' SEASON, MONDAY, AUO." 2. n W
CHINATOWN. -.J
MEAfS NOW ON SALE. 'MH
Q RAM) OPERA-HOUSE. HB
Reserved bests, Oict eitrs Circle and ftalcoar, taa. AW.VjaB
TO- , RUSSELL'S I THE CITY. M-M
NIG IT. 1 COMEDIANS. I DIRECTORY. $M
TANDAROTIIKATRK. .1. M. Hill. JtSosgSC.' vvltS
Last Time. To-Nlmt. S.tS ,,5M
LADY LIU I Mstine., Oaturoar. V"?ijU
Witt l.tlll.D I1VS. . JM
Nest Weet-ltevivsl if "The PrlvsteSeeretarr. fB
14th St. Music Hill anj Alhiabn Coirt, "ivS
I3s snd 1.19 East lithst. -ViT(B
THENilNviiiil ll i:IIEHTUIOM -5l.SM
Plays Every Allrraoaa ami CveaiagT. VSBB
COLUMBUS THEATRE, k't&i fiM
IneiststlsucceMfnl Mrsical I sice Come4, aH
"THE KID." 'JUvaW
NsattVeek-Splder and rl. KpjB
JEROtjfOR'S THEATRE. REOPKNR. AUOM! iSejiB
ROBERT MANTELL 'WM
and an aical ant company. l.Tanln t,lt wwiraH
,'n. I-ACE t'iL MO0NLI6HT. 'JtiM
IVi-oflea now opao. Mala. Wd. ft. 'rH
aWaTWaTMsWaTeTaMaTeMaTeTeWaTaWaWaW 'ijaassssssssi
BHOCKLYH AMUSEMEHTS. f.Tfsnl
MOVELTY TiIkATRE, oenlb itasss Drjns i , fiU
ata. J. K. Robbies. Pro. aadMaa. OmmtmStt AtM
fst. night Aug. 2 J and ntt Aa SI. MaSfTfM. ,! A. M
Ti.ro, tad Has. Mr.Harr7UeVsonfetlWJas. IvVH
Kssllr Rig! sad mpsrl, east U Ta TiwaiVle'BsT .,, Ml WM
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