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;1 iii THEkTHES NEXT WEEK
', Mantell to Appear at Prpotor'a
in a Dual Bole,
hi "The Trlvnte Secretary " to B Re-
"' TlTd at the HUatard
A ilrama In four acts Dr Charles Oshorne,
1 unied "The Face in the Moonlight," will
' ha acted at Proctor's Twentj-thlrd Street
" 'i boat re Monday nlRht. Robert Mantell will
J5 appear In a dual role, and he will be snp-
' ported by Michael Jordan, H. T. Ringgold,
)r Frank Lander, J. M. Fedrls, J C. Ellison, C.
' II. Odlln, J. B. Atwel, W.Morton Baker,
.Mlrea Bturges, II. P. Goodwin, Miss Char-
lotto Uebrens, Miss Harriet Ford, Miss Marlon
"j K.rleand Mlis Helen Baker. The scenes ol
tLc play are laid In France In 1814.
1 That highly entertaining farce, " The Prt-
Me secrotary," will be revived at the Stund
tud Theatre Monday night. The cas. vtlll
lucludo Kdwln Trarers as Douglas Catter.
laole, William ralrbanks as the Her. Robert
fcpaulJing, w. J. Constantino, Evelyn Evans,
Tom V. Webber, Thomas David, James O.
lenncy, Ocorgo Archer, Alice Fatrbrother
J alio oration, Gcnevlevo carpenter, Nellie
Uillney and Rose Merland.
"The Mascot." will bo sung for the last
time at Palmer's Tbeatro Monday night,
when sliver thumb rings will be distributed
us aouvenlrs. luesday night there will be a
grand revival of Gilbert and Sullivan's ever
delightful " Patience "a revival that is sure
t" be cordially welcomed. DUey will appear
- llunthorne. Miss Lenore Snyder as
Patience, W. J. Mcl.oughlln as the Colonel
and Miss Yolande Wallace as Lady Angela.
" ."-ettled Out of court" will enter upon the
lourtu week of Its mu at tne Filth Avenue
'Iheatro Monday night. The fiftieth perform.
""C li anoounccd for Sept. 13, when hand
jwo bouvenlra will be atstrlbutrd. The piece
lias Improved to some txtent ilnce Its Initial
1" rformance. Its mom attractive, feature Is
tu ncing nf Joseph Holland.
The pculag of the regular all and Winter
n ii .. iuwiir K lllals conceit Hall will
tur rn-xt Saturday nlclit. when .Mario Vii.
noi, i 'a in ii akeherieapijvaraticeatthishoube.
Ainanii, iiij mimic, is icialued, and next
'Hit i,o Mill present a picture of Ueu. Grant,
liufuurand Ilititley anaarta Jteyval will be
fettuiesof the vaudeville neiloimance.
"'Ihu Spider and the Hy," a spectacular
Productluu, will be the attraction next week
at the Columbus Theatre, Harlem, lhe
plecj win contain many agreeable, novelties,
lhe Alhambra Uallf t will be beaUtd by tbo
tir danseuies. Miles. Clara Newmann, and
lli sorocco, who will dancp a tarnnteim
aidgavoite. The costumes will all bo new.
M lony Pastor's 'iheatrn next weeit, tho
Pit:ramme will Include Harry Kernel), the
" Miirf ol Irish comedlansi" William Jerome,
'oiiM w. itansoiae, little Bonnie 'ihornton,
.aiu and orudorff, Lowry and Kvans, aa tho
tfaiiip and the farmer : the Devi re Sister?,
;',Jfl by T. A. Devero; Daly and Uevcrc,
md ttie King sisters.
rno vendetta," E. W. varney's melo-
drama, will be played at the People's '1 heatie
pen week by an excellent company. Includ
"; Henry llergman,who tor the IsM five
)ears hai been with w. II. Crane; Miss Helen
,.rc' Mln Uelon corlotte, Harry Corson
uarl:e, Harry Maptei and a number of others.
.m.'.'. handsome scenery is promised.
" ang jogs placidly along at the Broad.
T ) Ihcutre. In ruponia to an tiivuntlui
'"ii l Wolf iioiM-r. c;it. Frederick Wai.
m i n.j, of the city hi Paris, accompanied by h'.s
eutlro staff of ctneern, lll see the perforro-
kiK Monday evening. The boxes and other
rrti of tho house will be decorated wlib
"ing ish and Arorrtoan Dags.
.k ,t") Vlc Aamirai" wSl end Its oareer at
'"". '-asti'O in a luruiUhu On the lutnlgbt
"lubiieo" performance will be given and
I!'" familiar air of many of the former casino
successen will bo aung by the company tor
" 1M Uib BlalavUU, the tMlrabl
mimic, will not appear at the root garden
entertainment alter Thursday of the coming
"The.'Whlte Squadron "will begin the last
week of Its engagement at the Fourteenth
Street Theatre Monday night. While the
piece will undoubtedly maico money on the
road. It has scarcely sufllctent intrinsic value
for New York, where thu people demand
something more than mere heroics. The
melodrama will be succeeded Sept. 8, by
"The Still Alarm."
The Grand opcrx-Houso opens Its season
to-night, when Russell's comedians will ap
pear in the latest version of "Tno city Direc
tory." Tho company will Includo Lydla
Yeamans. Add ltyuian, Tyrone Power, Nelllo
Parker, Etbcl Ortnond, Margarot Fltzpatrick,
William Cameron, Alexander Halg, Luko
Schoolcraft, Dan Daly, Julius Wttmark, J. c.
Mlrcn, Besslti Cleveland and Amelia Glover.
Hammersteln's Harlem Opera-Uonse will
open Its season Monday night, when "A Irlp
to Chinatown" will bo acted by Caroline
lloclan, Beatrice Norman, Lillian bivaln,
Harry Gllfoll, Uurt Haverly, O. A. Deanc, Jr.,
Richard Karl, Fred Huntley and W. D. Lewis.
Mlnnlo Kenwood will Uo a serpentine dance.
At the Madison biiuaro Theatre "A Trio to
ChlDatown" will be presentej for the thieo
hundred and fourth tlmo. The Immense pop
ularity of this sill is Illustrated by the fact
of Its being on lew at two theatrei Thero
Is no talk of Its withdrawal, l.lko that hack,
nei ed brook. It seems to go on forovcr.
" The Kentucky colonel " will enter upon
Its second week at tbo Union square Theatre
Monday night. It has been considerably
attend slnto Its Brut performance. .Mr. Ran
kin has cut out the entire camp-meeting sccno
which fell so flat, on the opening night, rno
tccond act has beci rewritten, and, It Is said,
There is no doubt about the success of win.
aoino Utile Kallo Kmmett nt tho btar Thea
tre, bbo Is uu exceedingly clever aclrets,
and her work In "Klllarney," con T.
Murphy's play, would make her popular any
where. The piece la magninceutly siagrd,
and, altogether, an evening spopt at the star
Theatre lubt now is highly agreeable.
Slnbou " Is now lit tho third month of Its
run at the Oardcn Theatre. New music, new
snugs and new effects will bo added during
I he coming week. The cast will also undergo
beveral changes. Miss liertba Flscn will suc
ceed Ada Dare, Joseph 8. (Jrcenstelder will
step Into A. W. Maflln's shoes and Ldltb Mer
rill bo substituted lor Ida Hell.
Tho regular season at the hden Musee will
eeglu Monday night, when M. (lulbal and
Mile. Orevllle will make their first appearance
In this country. I'hcy nro exponents of tho
" science of thought reading." Uulbul Is said
to be an eloquent talker, wnile Mile. Greville
will try to show that bbe Is gllled with tho
power of socond sight.
The crulskeeu l.awn," Dan McCarthy's
Irish drama, 1 1 be the play at 11. It. Jaujbs
Thtatru Monday, and It will remain at this
house lor tno vueks. The piece is saU to
contain some catchy music, eflectlve dancing
acd elaborate scenery. In the third acta
descriptive Irish bong will be Illustrated by
captain Lettarblalr" Is one of the most
successfjl plays thai sothern has piebented
at tne Lyceum 'I heatie. Its popularity will
piobably bu as great as that of "Lord churn
lei." No change of bill ntll be made until
the return of the regular stojk company,
bothern has never appeared to such advan
tage as in Miss .Merliigton's pretty couieuy.
Edwin llan.orJ, an irlsn comedian, vocalist
and ilancer will make his first appearance at
the Windsor '1 heatie Monday night, Jn a ro
mantic Irish drama called -'lhe bbainrock."
The pla 13 In four acts and six scenes, and
adiufiii oi singing and dancing specialties.
Mr. llaniord will Be supported byMIss flella
Uanicrd and a careiully belrcted company.
The New Park Theatre will oren Monday
nlgut for the regultr seabon with llyiloi:
Hc'uman'a specialty company, including
Helena Mora, Ross and I'cntou, Frank bust,,
conroy and Fox ad Marco and Athol. Many
alterations have been made In ibis house,
and the scenic department has been enriched
by a dozen new sets.
There will be an operatic concert to-morro w
afternoon and evening at LMoraoo, under
tbe direction of Nahsu 1'ranko and Willi
Theodore lloch aa crnclttst- Among the
selections toi played by the Eldornd-i Band
are the ' fcalvatton Army Patrol and the
Wham Baby was alak, we gave bar Castor!.
Whaa she waa a Child, ah cried for Cutorla.
Wkta ah bectst aUae, ah cl,rag to Cattorte.
anvil chorus from " II Trovatore." The clo.
lng weeks of " Egypt Through Centuries "
Jonathan It. Bass, the ossified man, will be
next week's main attraction at Ruber's Four
teenth Street Museum. This peculiar being
has already been exhibited at lluber's, where
ho attracted much attention.
Nlblo's Garden will reopen for the season
to-night, under the management of Alexan
der comstock. The bouse has been redeco
rated, and the policy to bo pursued win, it is
said, bo a new one. The opening attraction
Is W. J. Fleming's "Around the World."
Selections from tbe works of Wagner will
be given at tbe Madison Squaro Garden to
night. Wagner nights aro extremely popular
now, where Damrosch does full Justice to the
eminent composer. Business at the Garden
during tne week nas been good.
Although tbe weather is eomewhat cooL
the spectscio called " Venice." Bet to the
music of fireworks, may still be enjoyed at
West Brighton, coney Island.
Pattl and tllg-non.
B. P. The opera of "Mlgnon" waa com
posed by Ambrose Thomas. Mine. Adeline
Pattl was born (I) forty-nine years ago.
FROM THE WORLD OF LABOR.
Wyoming, Kansas, Idaho, Nebraska and
Indiana have eight-hour laws.
In St. Paul, Minn., no distinction U mad In
wages ol initio and femalo teachers In tbe
The Building Trades council of Grand
Rapids, Mich., will soon have Its own haU.
William Cloan will be tbe Labor Day Mar.
shal of Iron-Moulders' Union No. 84.
Tbo London Building 1 rades council U com
posed of delegates representing 10,500 mem
bers. The Buffalo Bookbinders' Union has carried
a demand for higher wages tor overtime.
The union turnlture-workers are on strike
In Cincinnati and they request their craft to
The Illinois K. of L. state Assembly has
indorsed the National ucktt of the People's
A motion to divide the Central Labor Union
of Buffalo into different sections has, been
voted down by that body.
Bricklayers' Union No. 11 will parade with
the central l-abor Federation on Labor Day.
At this week's meeting four new members
William Kipper has been elected Financial
Secretary pi u tern, of Laborer's Union No. 0.
'1 be Union has called a special meeting for
The Leather. Workers' Union of Philadelphia
has asked thu Labor Day committee in that
ciiy to prohlLlt the carrying of red flags In
Tho Laborers' Protective Union of Long
Island villi have its third annual picnic at
Atlantic Park, Ralph avenue and Prospect
place, Brooklyn on Labor liny.
At Blbchofshclm, Germany, Socialist Jacob
Wlesenecker has been re-elicied Mayor by a
majority of -7B over the combined parties of
Ex-Walking Delegate Lalzer has compro
mized bis differences with Clothing-Cutlers'
Assembly U,sc!7, K. of L., and the books of
the organization have been returned to Its
Dotectlves have been hired by the Barbers'
Union of St. Louts to watch tbe bosses who
keep open tbelr bhops on Sundays, which is
against the law In Missouri.
Rosenberg Jt Wluterberg, ana Hemanh
Bros. Lowensteln aru negotiating wily tbe
local Strike Committee of me Llgar-Makers'
Unions ror the return to work or their strik
In Great Britain the annual loss In wagei
throukhMcness Is about SS,O00,O00, and
It Is eslluatoJ that 40 lr ceou of those who
nurlltt Lunlsess go into bankrupt; wlluin
uvj ) ears iroin atartltig,
t,vv onicera hive been elected br the Ro
rlnij ior AQf anclog the Interestslof the Labor
Itcsi'. if rilloAs: William Uetsch, Secretary!
i,-.r."i Kern. I'lnancM becrolary; 1. Krnsi,
'iicasurcr; Ai'-mrs. llauminn, Koller and
ToeMiitertrt the Anarchistic agitation of
Dr. Merlin, Klilpi'O Turatl Is sali to be ton
siderlng a tour through tuts couutry to or
ganuu the Italians under tho Socialist Labor
party. Turatl U the most successful Social
istic organizer In Italy.
The secret work of the Enlght of labor
has been translated Into th airman, Italian,
irfttiih ana Pohau usfuage, ana u u
ready to be mailed to any assemblies desiring
to use the same. A French translation is also
The cigar manufacturers of several cities,
in reply to demands of their workmen for
higher wages, have doclared tbnt the Increase
of duty upon sumatr.v tobacco tbrough thu
McKlnley bill makes It Impossible tor them to
Increase wages at present.
Members (ol tho Brooklyn House-Painters'
Union complain that the walking delegates
of the K. of 1. painters' unions attempt to
drive them from their Jobs In order to make
them Join the K.of L. 'I bo House-Painters
will parade with the Brooklyn Central Labor
Federation on Labor Day.
At the last regular meeting of tho Interna
tional Machinists' Union It was denied that
an attempt had been made by souio of tho
Anarchistic members to officially requcbl
Butchers Union No. l, to withdraw front tbo
central Labor lederatlon. Tho Butchers
will be requested to withdraw their state
ment. Charges have been preferred by the Union
Hill Kramers' Union against members of tho
New York Union of their trade for working
ten hours per day on lobs at Avondale, N. J.
Members falling to take part in the Labor
Day parado will be fined J each.
The striking cement laborers have notified
their bosses that those relusing to sign the
Union's contract next week will be compelled
to give security when tbey apply for Union
workmen after the successful termination of
the strike. The headquarters or the strikers
is at 314 East Sixty-third street.
These officers have been elected by Car
penters' Union No. 7, of tbe United Brother
nood: Henry Yelton, President ; J. W, Ador,
Vice-President ; D. It. Gosh, Financial secre
tary ; J. Uehman, Recording secretary ; W.
s. Duncan, Treasurer : James Dorsey, Con
ductor : L. G. bright. Warden ; N. T. Darnell,
J. Hehmad, K. overstrcet, V. T. Whitman,
President Alex. Bremer, of the Musical Mu
tual Protectlvo Union, has appealed to Secre
tary or the Treasury 1-obter to finally decldo
in-question vi nether or not tho law against
importing labor under contract Is applicable
to musicians. Mr. Bremer also protests
against the recent Importation of a Hunga
rian orchestra. The Union expects a Very
large luflux of musicians next year lor the
World's Fair in Chicago.
A proposition to harmonize with tbe Inter
national Typographical Union has been re
jected by the annual convention of the In
ternational Printing Pressmen's Union. An
assessment has been levied to create a gen
eral strike fund, lhe Convention also
adopted resolutions advising local unions to
llgntfortho ulnc-nour vtork day. Tbeneir
oillccrs aro: 'Iheodoro Galoskonsky, Presi
dent; J. F. Foru and U. W. Ken, Mce-I'resl-dents;
Henry Gelson, bccretary-'lreasurcrj
Charles W. Miller, editor of tho olliclal organ.
VMDIam A. ltosekrans, secretary of tbe
United states Hotel Association, is tbe origi
nator of a plan whose object It Is to destroy
tbe Influence of the Hotel and Restaurnnt
Employees' National Alliance, and this plan
consists In establishing labor bureaus for
waiters In all large cities of this country. Of
course, union men will be excluded from
these bureaus, tbe first of which was recently
opened In Boston. Walters should not go to
HU Louis at present, as tbe placo Is over
crowded with Idle men. New local unions aru
about to bo organized In Pittsburg and C'lu-cinnatl.
Man Was Made to Mourn.
Prhp, nd prfaptooi. IIowtTrr thtt tatj b
ba bu do icom for hi mil try, If II U produced by
DrvouiQtt, to icah Dcoti) to rtloforce M
t ofbld Dtrt through th mtdlara of Improvod
dlftMtlon. Hacaniocarotbla bj tht rrga.tr n
of Ho4lctura tttoraaeh UttUrt, grtltfal to no
nd trtvoqui uor. It should n?r to fsrgottoa
that lio brlo which Is tho fatftdquarUra of tha
atrvoua ijatom nd tht atoniaoh baar tho sloasat
ralatlooa ono to tho ollitr. aod that uablllt under
tht walitbt&d prodacsa oorrolatlro dUturbaoeo
ia tha organ of tbooght Giro, howtvor, aqattua
to BarrooaDoas and haadaoboo by raforrn bag on at
tho fountain htftdbr tht filttor. Takotl aUo fo
an a art al, btllo-ai tod kldoay troablo, rhautnatlirj
and tbtlotlrtoHlaaof agt Takan boforo usaU It
Irapart ralisb for tht food.
"Rome .rufff Aom,
J (( tvtr to ftwmOiV,
Ttorft no ptact ttk torn.
ProrVUa It hu TBS World-i WOMAN'S
r AOa wbJek to prui4 twr Oaf.
GOSSIP OF BINE AND FIELD.
Day and Conneff Foot-Baoe Ib
Awaited with Interest.
Comment on the Coming Great
There are two coming athletic contests
which are at present attracting a good deal of
attention from athletes and lovers of amateur
athletics. One Is tbe two-mile walk to bo
given at the Columbia A. C. games Labor
Day and the other Is the three-mile run at
tbe New Jersey A. C. games the aamo
day, In which Willie Day, of tho
New Jerseys, and Tommy Conneff, or
tho Manhattans, will start. It tbo
conditions are favorable a record Is apt to be
smashed at either or both of these events.
Tbe race between Day and the "little Irish
man" not only brings two of tho best dls
tance performers in the country together, but
has developed Into a sort of an interstate as
well as a club contest New Jersey against
Now York the N. J. A..C. versus tbe M A. C.
A man strolled Into the Hpurttug J'lmci office
tbe other day and offered to wager ho to
100 on Conneff, though why anybody
bhould expect odds that way Is difficult to
understand. Thero Is said to be handluls of
Day money at the Consolidated Excnangc,
however. Tbe Jersey people ore mortgaging
their furniture, It Is said, so confident aie
they that Day will do the trick.
Tbo last lime the two men came together
Conneff ran the Jerseyman to a standstill
It was a very bruising race, each tr) lng to
run the other off bis feet. Day weakened
flrsr, but conneff was nearly ready to go
himself. Both men are reported to have done
some tHSt trials, and It Is the opinion of some
that Klbblewhlte's record of 14.UU3-3 may
go to pieces on Labor Da).
Big Ed Crano recovered his stride yester
day, and tbe result was Uo had ihrls on der
Abes "Pi owns" nt his mercy at .St. l.onis.
Tho Giants mnde tbe pace from the fall of the
hag, and tbo Mound City team was nmcr in
hailing dhtauce. Four Kialtering slitjles
was tho sum total of thu lironns' bitting
record. Besides Crano Ituck Lvwng noil
Denny Lyons did Home ban playing. Buck
made three hits, tno of them doubles, put
out ten men and had two assists, 'lhe score
A quite different lalo comes from Cleve
land, where Ward's llrooklvns held lor in
yesterday. 1 he HrooMyus fell don u, and tell
with a hard bump. Tno games ner plated.
Messrs. Cuppy and Young Miclilng Mr Clove
land nnd helping to beat Hrooklwi both
game, 'lhe scores were ,' to 1 and 7 to .
New York was the only Eastern club of the
lot to nlu.
1 tie following games are scheduled tor to
day: Ntw York t St. Lonti. IPblU. .1 Pllttbcrt.
Krooll-n .1 ClM.Uitd. llt.lttnioi. st rtuciunitl
Uottun .1 Loutirlll. I utg'tou t Couf o.
Regarding Jim Corbetl's Imputation that
llominlck McCaffrey woald lirouably do a
good deal of sprinting nheu the tnomotln
the ring, and would also likely lnlst that
gieat big, nice sou gloves ba us-d, liumlnlck
has this to .art I "111 a:ree t meeicorbelt
nlth tbe same sized gloves he ua-s In his
ngtttwlth Sullivan, and I will alu sgree to
no no more sprinting tban Corbttt doe at
New tir.t'ans. lam conndnlol oneol two
t'ilr.;, diner that corlvii will relcso to
nw.-l me at lhe -Manhattan .Whletlo t nib
luj-c. r, It he docs, that I will stay lour
'the indications aro that loth Madison
Mquaro Garden and Clermont Avenuo Kink hi
brooklyn mil not have much spare room next
Monday at the respective shows of Corlxtt
and sulUvau. Besides ibi meeting of Mc
Caffrey nnd corbett, which will tend to draw
a big crowd to tbe uaroen, two games of
handball have been arranged. At )o':locK
corbett nil! play JU-cnau-plon of Inland
John Lawlor, and In the evening will navo
Luko Ford, a local expert, for an opponent.
In addition to tbo regular evening pro
gramme, two special six-round bouts are
being arranged between "Coffee-Cooler"
Craig and Jim Dunn and Muldoon'a "Cyclone"
and C. c. smith. Corbett gave a show In As
bury Park last night, and Is said to havo
knocked Jim Daly stiff vilth an unintentional
right-hander on tho Jaw.
John I- Sullivan's book, "A Nineteenth
Century Gladiator," will te on sale In n, day
or two. In addition to tho regular 60-cent
edition, John has had -.',r,oo copies of an
edition du luxo struck off, Home of which bo
will dlstrlbuto among bis friends, includlng
many notables, lite book has :tOO pages and
contains pictures of all tbe fighters John I.
has mot and vanquished and bis adversary to
come, Corbett. There are also some photo
engravings of the author showing his
muscular development. John tells or buw ho
hobnobbed with Wales, bis Australian trip,
the uffalr with .Mitchell, his examination by
Dr. Shrady, as told exclusively In The Woblu,
and other Interesting events In his Hie.
Encouraging reports come frcra Bay St
Louis concerning tho condition and progress
of McAullfTe and skclly. McAullffe Is re
ported to bo In much better shape than when
he fought bis draw with Myrr. But,
for that matter, Mjer is probably
better than before, too. Skelly chops
down trees, skips the rope, has nn
appetite like an ostrich and sleeps welL
Dixon Is the favorite, at 3 to I.
Four gold stop watches, four silver stop
watches, ruur high-grade pneumatic safetl',
three pairs pneumatic tires, two double acliuii
pearl-handle rovohrr-, two diamond rings,
piano lamps, a sliver water pitcher, a ma
hogany oasy.chalr, an onyx clock aud other
Frizes mako up the list offered by the
atsalc Athletic club for lis athletic
meet sept, it at tho Clifton race track. Tho
prizes are divided among twelve events, six
running and six wheeling. The runs aro all
handicaps 100 yards, -!U0 hurdle, UOOyard-,
quarter, half and one mile, lhe .loo-yard
run Is open only to Passaic amateurs. 1 lie
cj cling events are one-mile novice, three
quarters, one. one and a halt, two and nve
miles. Tbo two mllo Is a scratch event and
tbo nvo miles open only to Pnssalc county
riders. Is for the championship or tbo County.
A time prize of a diamond ring Is also offered
ror the lastest mile of tho day.
A sjicclal train will run direct 10
tbe grand stand and all the regular trains
will Mop at the track, lhe special leaves
chambers street, l.'-'o o'clock, and regular
trains leave at short Intervals. Tbe "two
double action pearl handled revolvers " must
to a mistake. Tbe A. A. U. rules forbid them
as prizes The attention of the Passaic
management has been called to this lact bv
secretary Sullivan, and some other prizes will
be selected Instead.
The Atsianta Boat ctub will send a Junior
double, senior four and a senior clgbt-oared
shell to Boston Labor Day to compete In the
New England Rowing Association a regatta.
Tbo Atalantos will also have :a Junior and a
senior eight In the Btaten Island regatta
Tur. pursst, lightest, sweetest,
and therefore most appe
tizinjr and wholesome bread,
biscuit, rolls, muffins, cakes,
crusts, etc., aro assured with
the use of the Royal ISaking
Tho New York State Analyst
lays: "Tho Royal Baking Powder
is superior to any other which I have
examined. Itisunequaled ibrpurity,
strength and wboleaomeneu."
MATS. Wl D. A SAT. LABOR DAT.
OUCIII'HTItA I HAl.tONY
CIIAIItN. i UIIAIK8.
23e -Itl-sr.nVKU REAT-'JJo.
VTIIh W. J. t Lining'. Ilr.m.tlo I'lojoctloa,
6ARDEN Milini-V. 8. IS. BAT. MATINEE.
'' I QINRArV or 111. M.ldof
TIIK'IIIIK I OllMDAU, Il.lior..
300 I'.ople. Adoi. 60c. Admit, to Roof U.rd.n.
fa TAR TIIFATRK. F.t nint R.1S, M.t. 8t. 3.
UNIOM HgtlARK TIIBATItn.
McKIV RANKIN. HlbDr.rtlO BltYTON,
l.N DORS Ml II V Till: I'NIIKK Pltl'dS.
evewisch ms. math. vm'i). and sat.
i.i)if.t. miii 4 in: i;aui'i:n.
rauiru4eli Ortlj.tr.l rrnmvrtadeCuiiCfrt.
BOOK tIAItlll N AMI lOU Kit H P. M IO X
VAl-'IKVILI.K, DAN'CINl,, ACHOIIAIIO.
Bill AVKMICTIIEATItt. ll'w.r aod 38th t.
Mr. II. c. Mi.ier . Pruprirtur and SI.D.r
Anml pl.r."-.lrefitliQt ll.rriton.
J.llr mcc.nor lu "Mr. WllklniQli'. Widows"
KOYT8 MADISON KgUAKC TIIKATKK.
LTenloit.t H. 30 h.iturdt. Mtlii t i.
A TlllP TO (;illA'HIN.
300th and hout.nlr prfi'rni. oc. triiUr An. 30.
A poMd MlTT C.lenil.r glf n to .Terr Udr visitor,
CASINO. mtOADWAY AND UHTI1 hT.
THE VICE ADMIRAL. ,Ts.
)io( Oanlen luocrrt Mshtlj (.ndSandsj.
Adniliiloii. 60c. JDclu-flltijr IkhIi cpten.lomDti.
H. R. JACTHETiiM'
?AIft. i"sAf. Decksr Bros.' Minstrels.
Mi VI VU.FK HiUbKlil M I.AW.
EDEN MUSEE. WORLD IN WAX.
REVIVAL OF "Nlli:.
MUNC7.I I.A.IOV llt'NOAKIAN DW.'ll t.SJTtA.
WINDSOR TUKATIU' 4 .u.l 47 llowcrr!
a I Tin: coi.om:i..
COMKIlV 1 1ll: MIAMKOt,K.
CONEV ISLAND JOCKEY CLUB.
aAlUllllAY, Al'l.. 37. AT 3 P. M
THE GREAT FUTURITY STAKES,
Trtia from rftit1tilrtyf ni!U m.-t Vrrj At 11.10
ftinf ti7 h-t Im tr thereafter.
hpft-lil lrUr 'r Trfttn at t'.' 3l1.
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TAted nili, 11 1 i M it iid l.M(i 1', II.,
ml 1)4. f lioiirlj- i(iir
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i t-al ot of all of fh Uun fii. til km 11 iJiirol
tln nJ c'iiiIm n intvT ctluml tbir lutr, itid lm
ut.J t' Mcrrltt 17 laria oircl wuroj
I art!. st.run uJ cluntah frienJ. anl
thoucb b was tiari to a coot old axe, hla Iota
ill t lunx aod drnl)T f !( uot only by H bual
um attoiat. batl'j bU anrTlrtnc family, wlium
waaaarol our tocr trrapatbyi to Uiafr Tr
01tttD. Ity ordtrof th Buard: V
.HU90IS M. LEAKS, fttMrtur
f 1 4th St. Museum $m
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kJ - ! R- BASS, THE Wm
TK OSSIFIED MAN,B
lH f A LIVINO MAM Or BONE l&fi
ffJ CLIQUOT, vl
DOrSONWELL ' M
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Iff llalr; TM-po. Oonao rrmmli?j
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III Palace Specialty CtvsH
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I II I Hlicirar and Mart.ll. th. U- 4H
mmmt haa tAra John U, Murtha, Joaa ZT'JMM
Sk ' obnrn, N.lll. Dl.nond, Ptl7 r,iBB
"a"S'a M.tta.M'a Uoat Paradox aaytAH
BROAmVAY THUATRE, B'w.r and lUtaV-feflH
UK tVOLK I SECOND If BAH UJM
HOPPER. I WANQ. WM
Kf-fotnia itH. MatlnHatnrdaf aiX MLw
ffa-it Mooday 'Oity olParla' MbU cVlH
PAIN'S FIREWORKS. :!M
.UifAIITIFtll. A.NII HAND ' Li
" VENICE' ffl
1T1I KTREET TIIKARK. NKAR VTU.AVat, .$
Mailn.. We Inchr and tiatordar. TSaaTJ
A rol'UHIl I'A'IKIOTIO SUCCK-tSI i,4TB
1HE WHITE SQCADRON. '
nrllliaatly tUaTf d and ftortfoaaly cotn)d. l!a,M
ELDORADO. u,u W-. :i
Luucrrt at 4, Oren. at . Coneart attaad .l.tl2H
" EGYPT THROUGH. CEHrURIES." . lM
(Inal 1'romeuade Conetrt from 10 to lit. ' Tk3&
Matior baturdayaii. t t iN
Take Wcit4.dKLtndKrankllnat.frrla)K, TMntj iH
oftc, 2S l-att Hih .. and fadlog hotoU. ,yj.B
IlOSri-.n A HIAIS. MAT. TO-DAT, &
MOWS. DUFOUR AND MLLE. HARTLEY.
.Ul.l.i:. lti:VVAI.. I A.1IANN. yA
VAtlOhMLI.l: lltlUIK'QUB NOVKt,Tlfca.V tl
PAI..1lilt -LAST TIME $Val
( Mr niYCV andbla la "MsH
ll.orjr V. UIACT OixraUo. th. ifiH
Mondijr. Atis. 3'.i,ht.rhnft'rllTerSoaTalrthaBa sai
rlug. 'lu.... Aug. au. Fwilfncr. iJaH
TONY PASTOR'S. M' aSS-aJlfag Wkm
JOHN A.1AMKS HUSMXI,. ROSS kjf KNTOJI. lasl
SUTI.KM U.YION. UtOM r.Vdl.ANO. )i9aai
A tIAI.A AIUlil)AV MU1IT HILL. '3aai
HARLEM OPERA-HOUSE. 9
hK.M .NOW O.N BALE. y-aIIH
heaerffd 0at. Ort'batra ClrcUaadBlooy, M FOaaH
TO- ! RUSSELL'S I THE CltY.JIH
NIGHT, 1 COMEDIANS, 1 DIRECTOf,Y.:tM
STANDARD TIIC.VTKK. T M Hill. Matna,' ytU
l.i,t 1 Irae. To.Nl.bl. 8.1 "A'Saal
LADV LI I.. I MatluM, iiatardar. V'iasH
with Lillian l-nrta. , .MifH
Nait V.ft-H.tl,i ot 1,TbPittat.Br,tf. C;aaaB
14111 St. Music Hall and Alhiiln Gn'B
1J4 and 13S Laat lltb.t, W'SJaLB
TIIK tlll.NoiKK UiIUllKHTRIQN J'iLH
I'laya Eitty AIIrnoa mad EtMlaf, C'j'aaai
COLUMBUS THEATRE &'.ttfH
Tb. latatt iicttMfal Mmim! fare, taw4, Vr'aal
"THK KID." V'raaTaTaB
- t?MWlMBiad VlT; Mflai
PROOTOR'.'i TIIEATBS. RBOP-Na. AUQ fC XjH
ROBERT MANTELL gH
and an..... .0, coPanp yjSffl'.'ljhf' MdjH
ti.. rAbC the MUUHLIWII. , i
Poi-oSc. no op,n. Mtta. Wxt., W,i',MM
BROOKLYN AMUSEMEHT3, $
moveltt'theatrb, aootb mii ti'liA