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I r . ' THE COMPLETE NOVEL : II
T THAT COES WITH 1: Bj
; OUR THEATRES NEXT WEEK
1 Mantell to Appear at Proctor's
in a Dual Bole.
1 'The PrIvU BeorUry toBeKe-
' vlved at the SUntard.
i
1 A drama In Jour tela by Charlei Osborne,
.Mea-'Tlie Face tn tbe Moonlight," will
t le atted at Proctor's Twentj"tblrd Street
'lhcatraMonaay nlgnt. Kobert Mantell will
i kppear In a dual rolo, and ne will bo aup-
, ported byillcbael Jordan, IT. Itlngiold,
rrtnk Lander, J. M. Kedris, J C Ellison, C
II. Odlln, J. B. Atnel, W.Morton Baker,
Allrea Bturges, H. P. Goodwin, Miss Cnar-
lotte Dehrens, Miss Harriet Ford, Miss Marlon
Eirleand Miss Helen Baker. Tbe scenes of
tbe play are laid In France In 1814.
L Tbat highly entertaining larce, " Tbe Prl.
Tate Secretary," will be revlTed at tbe stand
ard Theatre Monday night. Tbe cas'. will
Include Edwin TraTers aa Douglas Catter
mole, William Fairbanks as the Key. Kobert
Spauldine, W. J. Constantlne, Erelyn Erans,
Tom E. Webber, Thomas David, James o.
Ulenney, Gcorte Archer, Alice Falrbrother
Jtne Gratton, QeneTlero carpenter, Nellie
VMiltney and Rose Merland.
"Tho Mascot" will be suns for the last
time at Palmer's Theatre Monday night,
when surer thumb rings will be distributed
as souvenirs. Tuesday night there will be a
grind revival of Gilbert and Sullivan's ever
delightful Patience "a revival tbat is sure
to be cordially welcomed. Dlxey will appear
as Duntborne, Miss Leoore Snyder as
Fatience, W. J. McLougblln as the colonel
and Miss Tolande Wallace as Lady Angela.
, " Settled Out of Court " will enter upon the
tourth week of Its run at (no Fifth Avenue
Theatre Monday night. The fiftieth perform
nce Is announced for Sept. 15, when band
some souvenirs will be distributed. The piece
Lai Improved to some extent flnca Its Initial
Performance. Its most attractive feature Is
tan acting of Joseph Holland.
The cpenlng of the regular Fall and Winter
Mwiiiai uuaier it Dials concert Hall will
01 cm next Saturday nlvr ht, when Marie Va
uonl win it alu her reappearance at tbls bouse.
Aribnn, tim mimic, la nunlned. and next
ffk Iju win present a picl ure or Gen. (Jrant
Pufour and Hartley and Nada iteyval vtlll be
feiturcHof the vaudeville performance.
"The spider and tbe Hy," a spectacular
Production, will bo the altructlou next week
at Urn Columbtu Theatre, Hnrleiu. The
PlfCs 111 contain manv agreeable noel(le.
lie Albnnibraballft will tie lieadtd by the
Hir dansiises. Miles. Clara icwmann. and
IV orocco, who will danco a taranteliw
mdgaoite. The costumes will uU lw new.
. m I onr Castors 'lheatr.) next wrek, tho
ir'i.'tainme will Include Harry Kernell. tbe
,'Klik i lilsh comedians;" William Jerome,
J"tin W. Itansotno, little Bonnie 'inornton.
tain and omdorfl, Lnwry and Mans, s tho
tramp and tho fanner: the Devcre Sisters,
nfHifd by 'j. a. Iietere; Daly and Devere,
ind the King Ulsters. i
. I tie Vendetta," E. V. Varney's melo-orarn-i,
win be plaed at the reople'a'l'healie
nexi week by an excellent compuuy. Iticlud
I'lfllmry Hergman. who for the last ne
years has been with W. II. crane ; Miss Helen
ifcj jiihi Helen corlette. Harry corson
Clarkr, Harry Naplei and a number of others,
emtio handsome scenery Is promised.
"ang" jogs placidly Hlong at the Broad
way Iheiitie. Ins response to an invitation
rom Hn wolf nopppr. cant. Frederick Wat.
Mns, of tue city of Paris, accompanied by his
entire staff of omcrrs, will see I he perform
anceMomlny evening. The boxes and olhT
parts of the bouse will be decorated with
.", !'Jn "nl Amerwan llatrv
, I he ice Admiral will end Its career t
ine casluo in a icrmlgbt. on the last night
,V lUDlieo" performance will be given and
ine familiar airs 0 many nf (be former Caklno
- Ik!!0'." w,i b sun, by the cornpanyfor
v ue tut lUue. BtalurlUc, in aUuurable
mimic, will sot appear at tho roof garden
entertainment alter Thursday of the earning
week
' The White Squadron " will begin tbe last
week of its engagement at the Fourteenth
Street Theatre Monday eight. While tbe
piece will undoubtedly make money on tbe
road. It has scarcely sufficient intrinsic value
for New York, where the people deuand
something more than mere heroics, ine
melodrama will bo succeeded Sept. 5, by
Tbe Still Alarm."
Theurand Opera-Houso opens Its season
to-night, when Kussell's comedians will ap
pear Tn the latest verklon of "The city Direc
tory." Tbe company will Include Lydla
Yeamans. Add Hyman, Tyrone Power, Nellie
Parker, Ethel prmond, Margaret Klwpatrlok,
William Cameron, Alexander Half, Luko
Schoolcraft, Dan Daly, Julius Wltuwk, J. C.
Mlron, Bessie Cleveland and Amelia G.over.
Hammerbtelna Harlem opera.Honse will
open its season Monday night, when "A Irlp
to Chinatown" will bo acted by carollue
Boelan, Beatrice Norman, Lillian Snaln,
Hurry Gllfoll, Burt Huverly, u. A. Beane, Jr.,
lllcbard Knrl, Ired Huntloy ond W. D. Lewis.
Minnie Kenwood will do a serpentine dance.
'At tbe Madison Square Theatre "A 'Irlp to
Chinatown' will be nreiintea lor the thioe
hundred and fourth time. T he Immense p i -ularlty
of this Skit IslUustrated by the fact
of Us being on Uw at two theatres, 'lbere
is no talk ul Its withdrawal. Like that hack
neyed brook, It seems to go on forovet.
The Kentucky colonul " will enter upon
Its second week at the Union Sqrare Thcatro
Monday night. It has been cunsldeiauiy
altered slnie Its Ort performance. Mr. Han
kln nancut out tbe entire camp-meeting bcene
wnlchfellsoUatonthe opening night. Ibo
second act has been rewrltttn, and, It ti said,
much Improved. ., . .
There is no doubt about tho success of win
some little Katie Kramett at the Star Thca.
tre. She is an exceedingly clejer actress,
and her work In " KIlTarney," con '1.
Murphy's play, would make her popular anj
wbcre. The pleco Is niagnltlceult staged,
and, nltogcthtr, an evening spent at tho &tar
Theatre Just now is highly agreeable.
Slnbad " is now In tbe third month of Its
run at the Garden Theatre. New music, new
songi and new effects will be added during
the coming week. Tbe cast wUl also unJergo
several changes. Miss Bertha Flscn will suc
ceed Ada Dare, Joseph 8. Greensiclder will
step lntu A. W. Matlln'a shoes and tuitn Mer
rill be substituted for Ida BtlL
The regular season at tbe Kden Museo will
oegln Monday night, when M. Oulbal and
Mile. Grevlile will make their flret appearam a
in tbls country, l'heyare exponents of the
science of thought reading." (lulbai Is said
to on an eloquent talker, while Mil. Greville
will try to bbowtnat she is gllted with tho
power of second sight. ......
"The cruUkeeu'Lawn," Dan McCarthy's
Irish drama, wl 1 te the play at H. K. Jac Jba
Thtatre Monday, and It will remain at this
house lor two wieks. Tbe piece is tald to
contain some catchy music, eflecllve dancing
and elaborate scenery. In the third act a
descriptive Irish song will be Illustrated by
dissolving views.
captain Lett arblalr " Is one of tho most
succ'S-,ful plays thai sothern has presented
altne Lyceum 'Ihealie. Itn popularly will
Dionably boas great a that ot Loidthuui
!e)." No change of bill will be made until
the return or the tegular sto:k couiputij.
hothern has ceer appeared to such advan
tage as in .Miss Merlugton's pretty coint uy.
dwln Han.orJ, an Irish cumeuian. vocalist
and dancer will mako his tlisl a pi eurauce ut
the Windsor ibeatie Mouds) night. In a ro
mantic Irish drama called "'ibo bliumrook."
'IheplayUln four aits and Mi cene3, uud
admt'b oi singing and dancing speilaiilts.
Mr. Haniord mil be supported uy j.1ss -Mella
llamird and a carofully belected iomt.any.
The New Part TUeatro 111 open Auuiday
nlgut Ur the regulv season wnii lljuui
Hniiraan's specially tuuumny, including
Helena Mora, Kos and renion, frank bush,
conroy and Fox aud Marco and Albol. Many
alterations havo leen uaae in tuis Louae.
and tbe sceniu department haa oeen enriched
by adoienuewsets.
There will be an operatic concert to-morrow
afternoon and evening at Lldorano, unacr
the direction of Nahan Franko and with
'Ibeodnre Uoch as ournettlsu Among the
selections to be played by tbe Eldorado Band
are the " salvation Army Patrol" and the
When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatorta.
WnenabewasaChUd.shecrledforCastorla.
When she became Mies, sb clung to Castors.
1TawaMlCa1aiitefavttmOtatlBV
anvil chorus from " II Trovatore." The clos
ing weeks of " Egypt Through centuries "
aro announced.
Jonathan It. Bas, the ossified man, will be
next weeis's main attraction at Uuber a Four
teenth street Museum. Tbls peculiar being
has already been exhibited at Uuber's, whero
he attracted much attention.
Nlblo'sGanUnnlll reopen for the season
to-night, under tho management ot Alexan
der Corastock. The bouse has been redeco
rated, and tbe policy to be pursued will. It Is
said, be a new one. Ihe opening attraction
is W. J. Fleming's " Around the .World."
Selections from the works ot Wagner' will
be glten at the Madison bquare Garden to
night. agner nights are extremely popular
now, whero Damrosch does lull justice to tho
eminent composer. Business at tbe Garden
during tbe week bos been good.
Although tbe weaiber Is somewhat cool,
tho spectacle called " Venice," set to the
music of fireworks, may still be enjoyed at
West Brighton, coney Island.
, Patti and Mlgnon.
II. r. Tbe opera ot "Mlgnon" was com
posed by Ambroso Thomas. Mme. Adeline
l'attl was born (?) forty-ulnu yeps ago.
FROM JHE WORLD OF LABOR.
Wjoralng, Kansas, Idaho, Nebraska and
Indiana hate tight-hour luws.
In bU Paul, Minn., no distinction Is made In
wages ot tualu aul fimale leathers In tbe
public schools.
'iho Building Trades council ot Grand
ltaplds, Mich., will soon have Its own hall.
William Cloan will be the Labor Day Mar
shal ut Iron-Moulders' Union No. 84.
The London Building 1 rades council Is com
posed of delegates representing 10,300 mem
tens. Tbe Buffalo Bookbinders' Union has carried
a demand lur higher wages for overtime.
'ihe union lurnlture-workers are on strike
In Cincinnati and they request their craft to
stay an ay.
'ibo Illinois K. of L. Slate Assembly has
Indorsed the National tlcxct ot tbe People's
j art.
A motion to divide tbe Central Labor Union
of liuflalo into different. Mctum bas been
oted down by i hat body.
Brlcklayeri.' Union No. 11 Will parade with
the central Labor federation on Labor Day.
At this week a meeting lour new members
were enrolled.
William hlpner has been elected Financial
Sciretnty pn tm of 1 auoier's Union r,o. li.
'l be Union his tailed a special meeting for
Sept. 0
'1 he Leather. Workers' Union of Philadelphia
has linked the Labor Da) Committee In that
il.y hi i ichlilt tue can lug oi red nags In
the parad'.
The laborers' Proteethe Union of Long
IidauJ mil have Its third annual plcnlcut
MlaLttu laik, Italph uvtnuy and Prospect
plate, urookDn on i ahor Lay,
At BlschoMhclui. German, Socialist Jacob
Wlewuetkernua well re-elio.cJ Mayor bv a
ma.ority m "h oer tue tomblneu parties oi
Ihe'tapilalfelb.
tx. Walking DeUgate Lalzer has compro.
ml'eiitila dllfci utts with ciotbln-cuittrs'
Abitmbly ii.h.'T, K. oi L.. aud Hie books nf
the organisation have bten returned to Us
oniters.
Dettctlus bate leen hired by the Barbers'
llntouui i. Louis lu watcb the bosses who
keep uiuii lUrlr bhuison sundajs, which is
agaiibt the U'v lu jiimouiI.
llownberg Wlulirbjrg, ann llcmanh
Bros x lwensteln arj i.eiiollatlng wit) the
loculs.nko committee nf tbe tlgir-tiukuiV
Uiiluns lur tho toiuiu to work of ihulr atrlk.
lug cuiplojeoj.
In Great Britain tbe annual loss In wages
through slc.ness Is atom t.'3,OUu,ooo, aud
It Is estimated that 40 per tent, of those who
start In business go Into bankrupts wllbln
two ) ears from starting.
New olUcers have been elected by the So
ciety tor Advancing tho Inlerebtsof the Labor
Press, as follow s : llllam lletscb. Secretary;
George Kern, Financial becietary: L. Krnst.
'ireasurer, Messrs. Baumann, Koller and
Wthrle, 'irusttts.
locounterantbe Anarchistic agitation ol
Dr. Merlin, Flilppo Turatl Is raid uiceeon.
tderlng a lour through tnls cuunlry to or
canlze tbe Italians under the Socialist I.aboi
party. Turatl 1st be moat successful Stclal
ltlo orgaLber In Italy.
The secret work of tbe Knights of Laboi
bas been transited Into the Oernan, Italian,
bwedua ana Poluh lingus.-es, and it U oi
:r' i -, i , e .
ready to be mailed to any assemblies desiring
to use the same A French translation Is alsj
being made. .
Tho cigar manufacturers ot several cities,
in reply to demands of their workmen tor
higher wages, have declared that tbe Increase
m duly upon Sumatra tobacco through thu
McKlnley bill makes It Impossible tor them to
Increase wages at present.
Members lot tho Brooklyn House-Painters'
Union complain that the walking delegates
ot the K. of L. painters' unions attempt to
drive them from tbetr Jobs In order to make
inem join tbe K. of L. The House-Painters
win parade with tho Brooklyn Central Labor
Federation on Labor Day.
At the last regular meeting of the Interna
tional Muclilnlbts' Union It was denied that
an attempt had b-cn made br some of tbe
Anarchistic members to officially request
Butchers Union No. l, to withdraw Iroui the
central Labor federation, 'lue Butchers
will be requested to withdraw their state
ment. Charges have been preferred by tbe Union
Hill Kramers' Unl in against members ot tho
New York Unlouor their trade lor working
leu hours per day on lobs at Atondale, N. J.
Members lading to take, part In the Labor
Day parade will be nued M ecu.
Tbe striking cement laborers have notified
their bossjs tbat those remsing to sign the
Union's coiiliucl next week will be compelled
tuglvu security when they apply lrr tjiiluu
workmen alter the successful termination of
tue strike Th- headqusru-isoi tnu strikers
Is at 3M Kasislxu-iblrd atrtet.
These oftlcers havo been elected by Car
penters' Union No. 7. ol Hie Unliod Brother
hood: H-nry elton, president ; J. W. Adei,
Mce-I'rctl lent ; D. K. Gash, Financial Secre
tary ; J. Hebman, hecordlng secretary : VV.
S. Duncan, 'lieasurer: James Horsey, con
ductor : L. G. brlgnt. Warden ; N. T. Darnell,
J. Hehinod, It. uversticet, W. T. Whitman,
P. bcblcmer, Trustees.
President Alex. Bremer, of the Musical Mu
tual Protective Union, baa appealed to secre
tary of the Treasury Footer to finally decide
the question wnetber or not tbe law against
Importing labor under contract Is applicable
to musicians. Mr. Bremer also protests
against tbe recent Importation of a Hungu.
rlan orcbestra. Tbe Union expects a very
large Influx ot musicians next year lor the
world's Fair in Chicago.
A proposition to harmonize wlthtbn Inter
national Typographical Union has been re
jcutuJbythe annual convention of the In
ternational Printing Pressmen's Union. An
assessment bas Lm.ii leviod to create a gt-n-eral
strike fund. The contention also
adapted resolutions adW.Mug local unions to
tigut lot tho ntncbuur won: diy. Theneiv
oincers are: 'iheodore (aloskosky. Presi
dent, J. K. Foci and II. W, Kew, Vice-Presidents;
Henry Gelson, bccretary-lrcujurer,
Charles W. Miller, editor of tho oiilcl.il organ.
William A. Itosekrans, secretary of tbe
United Statea Hotel Association. Is the origi
nator of a plan nhosu bjcl It la to destiny
tbe Influence of tho Hotel and Restaurant
KuiplOfees' National Alliance, and this plan
coit'lsta In establishing lalKir bureaus lur
waiters tn all largo cities or tbls coiinti y. Of
course, union men win be excluded from
IUbm.' bureaus, tbe nrstof which was recently
opened In Boston. Wallers should not go lo
bt. Louis at present, us Ihe plnce Is over
crowded wlthldlemen. New local unions me
about lo be organised In I'ltlsburg and Cincinnati.
Man Was Made Jo Mourn.
riTbap', tnd iwrh.p. not. Hon.Ter tb.t may b.
b. ba. nu .icum for lit raUcrr, If It U produced by
oerToj.o.M, ao o4 at h. nicl..-t. to rclnforr. bit
rnfa.bl.d D.rv.i through tb. mwllura i.f Impror tl
dimatloa. II. can man tb.1. by tb. rrculsr u
ol llo.lCUr' Stomach tiitt.ra, a sr.t.fol Ionic
aod trsnqnll li.r It ahoald rwh b. fiirjottoa
that ... braln-whlch la tb. bcadgusrt.r. of tb.
o.rtooa ajratam andtb. atomaoh br th. clna.it
rotation, od. to th. oth.r, and that d.bllltr uoa.r
th. walatband prodnsM a.orr.latlTdlatnrtiano.
id th. org an of Ihooabt. Gl, bomT.r, a qol.tu.
to n.rronanM. and budubn by a nform b(un at
th. fountain bead by th. Bltt.ra. Tak. It alto fo
wa'arlal, killo-jaand kldn.r troabl., rh.nmaiUm
and tb.lnflnnltlMofM. Tak.nb.for mull It
; lrapirtarIUh forth, food.
"Uomr,taiet home,
t It txtr o Aumbiv,
There" t no plaet Wet Aorna,"
; Provided It hat Tn Woatnl 'WOMAN'S
' PAQg, which U printed every day.
juiitiUiiHimtmsi
GOSSIP OF RING Af.D FIELD.
m
Day and Conneff Foot-Baoe Is
Awaited with Interest.
Comment on the Coming Great
Fuglllstlo Carnival.
There are two coming athletic contests
which aro at present attracting a good dealoi
attention from athletes and lot era ot amateur
athletic;, ono Is the twd-mlle walk to be
glten at the Columbia A. C. games Labor
Day and the other Is the three-mile run at
iho Itew Jersey A. C. gautej tbe same
day, in which Willie Day, ot the
New Jerseyp, and Tommy ConnotT, of
thj Manhattans, will start. If the
conditions aro favorable a record It apt to be
smashed at either or both of these events.
Ihoiaeobetwon Day and tho "little Irish
man" not only brings two ot the best dls
tsnee performers In the country together, but
has develorcd into a acrt of an Interstate as
well as a club contest New Jersey against
New York-the N. 1. A. 0. versus the M A. C.
A man strolled Into the Sporllrg Timet office
the other day and offered to wager 80 to
100 on connefT, though why anybody
sbould expect odds that way la difficult to
understand. Tbero Is said to be handluls cl
Day money at the Consolidated Excnange,
however. The Jersey people are mortgaging
their furniture. It la said, so confident are
they that Day will do tho trick.
The last time the tno men came together
conneff ran tbe Jerseyman to a standstill
It was a very bruising rate, each trying to
run the other oft his feet. Day weakened
first, but conneff was nearly ready to go
himself. Both men are reported to hate done
some last trials, and It Is the opinion of some
that Klbblew bite's record ot u.uu li.fi may
go to pieces on Labor Day.
Big Ed Crane recovered his stride yester
day, ardtheresuliwas ho bad Chris onder
Alies "Frowns" at bis mercy at SU Louis.
1 lie Giants ra ide the pace irom th fall ot tbe
Hag, and thu Mound City team was never lu
hailing distance. Four statterlng singles
was the sum total ol the Browns' hilling
retord. Besides crane buck Kwlng ana
Denny Ljons did some ball plslng. Buck
luailo threti hits, two of them doubles, put
nut ten men and had tttoassuts. 'Ihescoie
A nultb 'different tale comes from Clcte
land. where Ward's brooklins held lorth
testerday. Thu Brooklyns fell down, and tell
witu a hard rump. Two games were pl)td.
Messrs. cuppy and oung i tichlng for clete
luii'l aud helping to beat l.inoklvn both
games Ibe stores wcie.'i to 1 and 7M4.
Newlorkwas the onl) taslern clubot the
lit to win.
I no folluwlng games aro scheduled for to
osyt N.w York at 81. Looli. irhlla. at Hltibuif.
Htpokltn at C lv.Uit1. Ilaltlmur. at I inuunatl
Hoaton at l.ouutlil.. Itt abtig'toa at Cnuago.
...
Itegsrdlng Jim corbetf Imputation that
Ilnminlck McCaffrey would I rotubly do a
good deal of sprinting when the tno met In
the ring, and would alj likely Insist that
great big, nice soil glntes be- used, Domtnlck
has this to say: I will agree to meetcorbett
with tbo eama sized gloves he uses In bis
right with Bulllvau, and 1 will l-o agree lo
oo no more sprinting than Corbett does at
.New Orleans, lam conndent or one of two
things, either tbat corbetl will refuse to
meet van at the Mannattan Athletic Club
house, or, if ho docs, that I will llay four
U'iho indications are that both Madison
Square Harden and Clermont Avenue ltlnk In
Brooklyn will not have much spare room next
Monday at tbe respective shows of Corbett
and sulllvan. Besides the meeting ot Mc
Caffrey and corbetl, which will lend to draw
a big crowd to tbe uaroen. two games of
1 handball have beon arranged. At o':lock
corbett wui (Uy Itx-cuamplon ot Ireland
John Lawlor, and la tbe evening will have
Luke Ford, a local expert, for an opponent.
In addition to the regular evening pro
gramme, two special six-round bouts are
being arranged between " '"off ee-cooler "
Craig and Jim Dunn and Muldoon'a "Cyclone"
and C C. Smith, corbett gave a show In As
bury Park last nlgbr, and la said to have
knocked Jim Daly stiff ltb an unintentional
right-hander on the Jaw.
Jobn L. Sullivan's book, "A Nineteenth
Century Uladlator," will be on aale In a day
or two. In addition lo tbe regular no-cent
edition, John has bsd '.',300 copies ot an
edition deluxe struck off, some ot which he
will dlatrlbute among bis friends, Including
many notables. 1 he book has :too pages and
contains pictures ot all the fighters John L
bos met and vanquished snd his adversary to
cjioe, Corbett. There are also souio photo
engravings of the author showing bis
musculsr development. Jobn tells of buw he
hobnobbed wlih Wales, his Australian trip,
Ihe affair with Mitchell, his examination by
Dr. Shrady, as told excluslverylnTiis Would,
and other Interesting etenta In bis Hie.
...
Encouraging reports come from Bay fit
Louis concerning tno cnnaitlon and progress
ni MfAullffe and skelly. McAullfte Is re
ported to be In much tietter snip than w ben
ho lougbl his draw with Myvr. Hut.
fur that matter. Myer Is probably
better than belore, tno. Skelly chops
down trees, skips the rope, hss an
appetite llko an ostrich and sleeps welL
Dixon Is the favorite, ut 3 to 1.
...
Four gold stop watches, four silver stop
watches, four high-grade pneumatic safelle ,
three pairs pneuma tic tires, two double acttub
pearl-handle rotolvcrs, two diamond rings,
piano lamps, n sitter water pitcher, a ma
hogany easy-chair, an onyx clock and other
Prizes make up tbe list offcied by tbe
ai-salc Atbletlo club tor I s athletic
meet sept. :i at the Clifton race Hack. Ibe
nrlns are divided among twelve events, six
running and six wheeling. Tbe runs aro all
handicaps 100 yards, 230 hurdle, aooyarda,
quarter, ball and one mile. Ibe 300-yard
runts open only to Passaic amateurs. Tbe
ocltog events are one-mile novice, three
quarters, one, one and a half, two and live
miles. The two mile Is a scratch event and
the five miles open only to pasaalo County
riders. Is tor the championship ot tbe County.
A time prize of a diamond ring Is also offered
for tbe fastest mile of the day.
A special train will run direct to
the grand stand and all tbe regular train,
will stop at the track. Ihe sjclal leaves
chambers street, l,o o'clock, and regular
trains leave at short Intervals. The "two
double action pearl handled revolvers " must
te a mistake. Tbe A. A. U. rules forbid them
as prlze The attention of the Passaic
management has been called to this I act bv
secretary Sullivan, and some other prizes will
be selected Instead.
Tbe Atalanta Boat Club win send a Junior
dnunle. senior four and a senior eight. oared
shell to Boston Labor Day lo compete tn lLo
Sen Kngland Honing Associations regatta.
The Atulantas will also havoja Junior and a
senior right In tbe Staten Island regatta
l.atmr liar.
To Insure
Pure Food
Thf. purest, lightest, sweetest,
and therefore most appe
tizing and wholesome bread,
biscuit, roll3, muffins, cakes,
crusts, etc., are assured with
the use of the Royal Baking
Powder.
Tho New York State Analyst
ays: "The Royal Baking Powder
is superior to any other which I have
examined. It Is uncqualed for purity,
strength and whokaomoncak"
AMUSEMENTS.
NIBLO'S
Jlr. Aleat'r Oasasleek. 'ale I.e.aee V Mar.
MATS. WkD. SAT. LABOR DAY.
OPENS
ItrOLalMfP.BEJUVINATKP.BEBUfcOlTATED
TO-NIGHT.
OKl'l."TK. I BAM'ONY
Aflo 3or,
ciftiiLcH. i ciiiAiiis.
SS'-RFHERVED BEAT-JJo.
OALI KltV-lSc.-OALLUItY.
tVllh W. J. ritming'a Drainatio PloJnctlon,
AROUND
THE WORLD
6AR0EN T!'riT5lLv. s.i. sat. matikek.
thkVim I S I N B A D ; " WX!?0'
iOU Ptopl. Adai. CMc. Admlta to Boat cardan.
STAR THFATUE. Ef nln 8.15. Mai Rat
IItt - KILLABNEY.
UNION 8QU ARK THEATRE . .
Til-UK RANKIN KHI- UERIO BRTTOW,
INDORSED BY THE E.XJIKK PRESi.
A KKNTCCKV COUl.SEL.
EVES1KQ8 8. 1 MATS. WKI. A.ND SAT.
MMMMO.N hUl'Altl. IJAItlTlIN.
Damroach Orcsaatral Promaaada Coticarta.
ROlIK I1AKDKN AND TOWKIl HI'. W TO IX
VAl"KVILLR. DAKl'INO. ACROBATIC.
Adllaalop to all. SUoapta.
OTH AVENUE THEATR". B'war and 58th at
Mr, H. 0. MlDfr rroprlaior and Manaaar
Aaood plar " Praaidant llartlaon.
MKTTI.hll OUT 111' fllintT,
Jolly aateoaor to " Mr. Wllkln.on'a Wldowa."
HOTrR MADISON KQUARK THEATRE.
tinloat 8.50 Hatordar Matlnxat A
A Tllll' TO !IIINATW.
SOOth and Sou? anlr r'rfsrniaoco, rrKlaj Ant. 38
A Solid Ml.tr Lal.ndar giteoto atarr lady Tlaltor.
CASINO. 'BROADWAY AND 38TH ST.
THE VICE ADMIRAL. I
Poof flrrtn (Vinrrt Mfbtlj ndHund7.
AdraUiioa, fiOr., locludlng loth purt.nnTntt,
H. R. JACOBS' THEATRE, c.tV
lYAJft " Oecmr Bros.' Minstrels.
NEXT WEEK-CKUInKKt.N LAWN.
edeh'musee, world in wax.
REVIVAL OF "MIK."
POWELL" MAJILTON.
MUNC7.I 1.AJOI)' IIUNOAItlAN ORCHESTRA.
W1NDM)R.THKATRE 1andT Bow.rj.
A I TIIK f'nl.ONKI..
BRILLIANT NEr,V llhK. ,
I CIMEDY. I Tllb hHAMHOUK.
SPORTING
CONEY ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB.
hATIIRDAY. AU.. 'JT. fjP. M
THE GREAT FUTURITY STAKES.
VALUE 75,niO
Train from Fa.tTblrljIoiiilh htra.l Farrr at 11.10
anil at ary bait hour Ibarrafur.
Rpaclal I'arlorl.uTralnat W SO.
Poata from loot H mlaball at., lermiDua of all flo-
Vatrd nali. 11. In A. M and li.10 P. M.,
and half hourly altar. .
Racaa afarjr weak day totCopt 10.
XUS BOARD OK TRUSTEES of tho Union
t, ,ir Mtluaa lnatitoll..n of tha elty of Now York,
atammlim bald on Ibo 17th of AUfU.I, 18yJ,
ooanlnioailyadiiiitnlttiafoitonlna
Wa raelTo with dop .orrow tia aad latalllgonca
of thodttio ol IIAKDNKK t. CUAP1N, our oa
tvaraad anJ Ualovad Pr.aldant. ( ,
Tniraultallonot tho Bank waa ton lartalf
duo to hi. aloiti, and ha ahapo.1 Ita tauaral policy
Irom ha Iniaocy. Dorloa a laird of a rontiiry ol
ao lo worka.ontof itaomcora bo athlbitad In a
blab dearoo tha qualltiaa ot prud.no. aound Jna.
moot, intofllly and fldollty, and th. luitllutloo
itaoll in Ha praatnt pr,Mptoua oobdltlon la tba
baatmoounool labia ability.
WhliohUthorouablynptitbt oharactot won tha
raapoot of all ol who kno bim, bla kladly dUpoal.
lion and aantlo raaonar galnod tbotr Ioto, and ha
will bt raarrttod by a largo irpla aa a. warm,
boartoj, latoroua a id eharltab o frtond; and
tbouah bawaaaparodto ooi old aa, bla loi
will bo loot aodkaonly fait, not only by bla boal.
ooia uuMiatoa. bot by hla aur?lln family, wboaa
w.anorooloor alncoro aympalby In thalt oovan
afflwilon. By ordar ol tbo Boatdi
iiiiANNiNu it. BR.mrqw.
r rlrat Vloo-Proaidani,
FBAMOU M. LXAIU. ooci.ur.
i
MUSMCMT3. , ffil
Q HUBER'S J
f 14th St. Museum. - nil
lAm AM A Natanl Kami, t ' "ijiM
feBAlJ J- R- BASS, THE t
Tmf OSSIFIED MAN, M
mM I a li vino maw or bosk i tfiM
ffgj CL1QU0T, "-r. M
WimWm adams.armleiswondi.' "tsw
1 DO r SON WELL M
H and Don of RattlauakM. . T iJM
mwl Mao. .'ohnaon, amoantalaof ' ttAi
II flo.h; Muo. Mils. Quoon ol J-'H
SI llalri Tc-lio. Oonao Prlnoo ,il
iff Klawortb, blind obockot-pUyor. ij.ti
I If Palace Specialty Co.
III " Tao Moralla. Fronoh dootat M
III Hanr and Martoll. too Lot- iVl
l' i- irra. John H. Martha. Joha t'j!a
m&VaEal (''ibnrn, Nalllo Diamond. Plwf v V?J
aTBoTaaBaWa9 Mittnona'a (ioat Paradax wad ;M
soTHEiiiF'.illi
HOPPER. I WANQ.
E? onlnaa at H. Matlooo 8atcrdy at 1. 2KI
Noit Monday " City olParla" Nlaht. tiF!Ea
PAIN'S FIREWORKS, m
MEAIITIFIII. AND OAND Wfl
" VENICE," 1
AT GONBV lI.All IM'mI OriaktaaO j$&
MOT itt Alanhattaa. t vVJl
1TH KTRFBTTHEARE. NEAR STIt AVIo Wi
Matlnoao Hodnooday and Batorday, f!M
A POPULAR PArillOTIO OCUMI MM
IHE WHITE SQUADRON.
Brilliantly ataaod and aoral ooa'r coatnmwd. t
ELDORADp. TrlSTft
Conr.rlatt, Olrrnaat& Conrort at 8 and 8.1 A , ,.-,
" E6YPT THROUGH CENTURIES." , 11
J luat Promanado Oonoort front 10 to IS. 01
Matlooo Saturday at 4. i
Taka Wool 4Jd auaad Fraoalin at.rorrlaa. Ttakat ;,'
oflico.J8E.aat 14th at.. aodidli houu. , J
KOSTER A BlXt-'S. " MAT. TO-DAYo K3
MONS, DUFOUR AND ULLE. HARTLEY. ' rf
.1II.I.K. IfllVVAU I AJIANN, 1m
( naniao.o Eloctniiuo. J Th ItrjaJMijala, i. J
VAUDKVII.Lh HtlHIE'QUK NOVELTIhiL fi!jk
JPAI.MtSlif-I.ASTTIME . yt
of Mr niXFV ,BdJl. .' Al
HonryE. UIAf-1 0eraOo. tbo -.J
Monday, Aug. 3,'hiorllnblltr Soavoalr thnak ' v'tl
tint.. Tnoa.. Ana. 3u. l'nllenir. -9
tony"pastor's. 15LlANT,lfvS, Jrii
J.0s,.f,.YV5sNFtoira,fLA 'a
AUAU KAfUHDY Nllllir HILL. '1
HARLEM OPERA-HOUSE. 4m
OPEN.NO OHKA.AYAlja - &
CHINATOWN, k
hEAttt NOW ON BALE. iB
GRAND OPUtA-HOUSP, '
Itaaerod Seat., Orclio.tta Clrolo and Baloony. N. yB
TO- i RUSSELL'S I THE CIVT. 11
NIGHT, 1 COMEDIANS, I DIRECTORY., 1i
STANDARD T..EATRK J. M.gH..I. -.... MM
LADY Lll I Matiooo, Sotorday. "XjM
wlthl.llliau lwla. I . , ,.. . -m
Nait Wook-K.Tltal of " Tho PtUato Soerotary. t$M
I4th St. Music Hill and Albanbrm bmm
13. and 186 Eaat I Mb at. htU
TIIK 1ION-.I KH OildllEMTRION , ,'
Tlaya Kvory Alternooa aad Kvoalaf. T .' ;1
COLUMBUS THEATRE. ,&J&:4m
Tbo latoat anecooaful Mnaioal I area Conway, 'IVTB
"THE KID." ' Afal
N.at Wook-8pldr and Fly. S
aPROOTOR'S THEATRE. RFPKNS. ADO JT.jM
ROBERT MANTELL '
and an atcallant company, .'a,?IAj-ta -ViijS
& FACE t& MSWwII
i . , - . g-ssagwi fym
! BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS. '"$M
! WOYEf.'Tt'TH.gA'rRE. BQnU tJtta-ai $!$&
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