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. ! THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, OG TOMSK '.. 1812.
HERRMANN HAS A NEW TttlGK.
ObineBO Smuggling Without Fear
News autl Notes Regarding People
of tho Stage.
rrof. Herrmann showed n "select few" at
his pretty lltUo theatre yesterday ntternoon
bow Chinese Immigration caQ h carried on
without detection. He had two cabinets, sus
pended. ty wlros, ono lepresontlnir Tckln and
tue otlicr New York, lnlothe 1'eLln cabinet
a Chlncso wan Introduced. Tho. Now York
box was ompty. Then both wcro closed. No
curtains, no liorus-pccus business, no artistic
mystlflcatlonTero Induljed in! The closed
cnblncts moved gently in tbo air, and when
tbey wero opened the Chinese was round to
bo In tbo cabinet representing Slow York, at
the other slaVtof tho stage. It was a trick as
neatly dono as anything Herrmann lias e or
offered to the public Ot.courso everybody
had an explanation harjdir, but there woro
Daws in eacocplanatlon.Yl)cn stern, Marcus
Mayer, Maurice liariyrnoro and Mclbourno
McDowell were among the'lnvltcd guests.
Little Mamie Ityan, who left the city yes
terday with Clara Morris's company, li tho
dnnitbterotpoor "Jack" Ityan, who died two
or three days ago. bho Is very young, and
not very long ago was ono of Mrs. Fernan
dez's Jut onlle protegees. 'J he girl had to get
her mourning drosbcs and stngo clothes at
the same time, buch unforlunalo combina
tions arc sometimes possible.
f imaglno tho Imposing manager, J. Wesley
Koscuqucst, moving scenery and dispensing
propcrtlesl Yet, according to report, that Is
what he and theaiumbersof his " Blue Joans"
company hava been obliged to do In tho
West, whero the stage hands bavo struck.
Elsie Leslie, who Is now quite a grown-up
' I young woman, " dovotcd to retirement and
' fctudy ' as they say In the story books
visited the Lyceum Theatre, Wednesday night
and saw her former co-star's performance of
" captain Lettarblalr." She was subse
quently entertained by Sothcrn. Lisle, since
the days of Edltha's Uurglar " and "Little
Lord Fauntleroy," has developed a tasto for
I literature. she has not, however, relin
quished her st ago ambitions,
" Pharaoh," tho new play thai Wilson Bar
rctt will present in this country, deals with
, the earliest days of civilization, it Is, or
course, an Egyptian play, but as It "at
tempts to portray tbo -tragic hutory of a
human soul," it might belong to any period
and any country. The hero or "Pharaoh" 13
a. man of far-reaching ambltiou, who Is pre-
p pared to sacrifice cveiythlnglor his mastor-
pushlun. To ibis end he wlllsacrltKo cen
3 ihe affection of a woman who Is d:otcd to
him. When bbo discovers his treachery to i
her her whole nature is changed. t?lm be
iinys Dim to hls.cncmlea and pieelpltatcs a'
catastrophe. An attompt will be maito to '
ronroJuco tho costumes, weapons, life nd
3 surroundings of nnulent Egypt, liythobyo,
John It. Rogers, llson ltarreu's manager. Is
lying III at tho B-A's Club. Ho fell fn tho
street tfio other night and hurt himself.
It Is said that two dancers, who It is re
ported wei o hissed in the Philadelphia pro-
q ! luctlon or ' fc.1) slum," aro going to Join a
'elemenceau uso" company that plays a
n abort engagement out of town, 'inese
lancers, says rumor, have taken French
i lames and will appear at the end or the per
formance. Miss Maude Thompson, who ap
peared In " Elysium," Is very anxious to havo
8 it understood that she was no' 'one ol tuo
There Is some. dl3pleasuro among tbo
Irtlallo's actors and thcro has rarely been a
l arger number or gord pioplo disengaged
ban at present at mo announcement that
lohn l' Hlicntlan has brought Homo ten or
ileven neoplii with htm rrom htiglaud to sup
port him at the llljou. Manager Frank
ranger H acquitted or all blamn In the matter,
lie was prepared to engage Now York's actors
I or his a tar.
1 It ls"hot generally known that clever llttlo
ftesslo Clayton, who has been so well received
Tn".Trtp to Chinatown,' was last season
nrlth .lohn lllce in "A Knotty Affair." Mio
irasthen known as " Little lilossom." Many
people havo been wondering whero she caino
The latest " Ta-ra-ra Boora-de-av" dancer
Is Miss Virginia Earle, who does the now
hacknoyed song and dance In Hoj t's rarce, i
)0 " A Hole In the Ground."
s. More changes In "Tbo White Squadron"
. company. It Is said that several members ot
" the present organization" nro leaviug. Llko
tho Iiishman's blocking, which was so much
jf mended that nothing ot iho original le- i
' inalned, "Iho MMe Squadron" will soon bo1
be The actors In E. II. Sothern's company havo
ha that Is Inelegant! known as "a sort snap."
it, Tho season lasts lor fifty-two weeks and all
;xtra pcrfoi manccs are paid for.
"5 Nlcolal de Speratl, who is said to te n
J cr.iduate or the Milan consenntory, has Just
'"J irrlved In NewYoik to arrange a seile3 0t
iperatlc concerts. During the past two years
... ie tang leading tenor parts in opera III Italy.
V,J lebperatl as originally a sculptor, and, a3
"',? ho story goes used to sing while working.
, Us volco attracted the attention of nn emu
', ient musician, who adMsed him to abandon
" culpturo for opera.
Pearline the only
out Washing-Compound I
GOSSIP OF RING AND FIELD.
Olympio Olub Trying for An
other Fiatio CarnivaL
Tho Columbia Athletlo Club' New
The all-absorbing topic of discussion among
the sports ol this locality Just now Is the
probable outcomo ot tho Olympic Club's
negotiation for another pugillstle carnival
Mardl-Oras week, next March, lteports from
Now Orleans intimate that an effort Is being
made by tho big Club to hold a carnival that
will, as nearly as possible, equal In Interest
the ono held In September last. Tho sportsmen
of this city, who claim they aro on the Inside
state positively that such a carnival will be
held aud that It will bo one of paramount In
terest. The only match that could begin to equal
in Importance tho Sulllvan-corbett battlo
would bo between tbo present champion and
tho greatest bluffer on earth, Charley
Mitchell. The follies that prompted the
enlbuilasm when tho championship changed
hands would be entirely absent In 'a
contest between Mitchell and Corbett,
but others Just as strong would bo
In force. Mitchell has been making sucn a
display or himself or late that seven men out
ot ten would rejoice to seo him soundly
thrashed. Ho Is such a shirty and clever
fighter that corbett would probably have his
hands full In taking care ot the talkatlro En
glishman. Mo one doubts that Mtlcnell has a
good, stiff fight left In him yet or that he
would do his utmost to make all the money
ho could first and best corbett second.
Thcro are sports In this city who are will
Ing to wager an old hat that Corbett has
already signed tor Buch a match, and that
tho Olympic Club has representatives In Lon
don trying to get Mitchell's signature to a
contract, It thoy have not secured It already.
The 01) mplc club has a contract with Fltz
Simmons, and they are almost sure ot pitting
Jem Hall against tho lanky Australian. This
Is a match that has been speculated on and
looked lor for many months and would draw
well In Itself. The other battle will doubt
less bo between Jack McAullfTe and Dick
Burge. Burge will be In this country shortly.
A match with McAullffe Is tipped as
tbo reason tor his coming. Three rights like
this would Bend the Olympic Club further
ahead financially. The Coney Island Ath
letic Club Is wondering wnere it Is coming In
amid all these speculations.
The Columbia Athletic Club will lormally
open Its new club-house, 115 East Seven
teenth street, about Nov. l. It has an ad
mirable situation and Is destined to be a
great success. For a club scarcely two years
old It Is lar and away ahead or an7 club-house
in town. The building Is a typical old style
New York brick house. The basemont
will be used as a bllllard-room and
care. Tho main door has been decorated In
light t nts. The front room will be the parlor,
finely ntted with Wilton carpets and brocade
upholstered furnlture.heavy silk draperies and
appropriate paintings and engravings. The
room Immediately batik ol It will be fur
nished similarly. Tho rear room Is the
reading-room. Tne second floor front
will be used as an office, and pool,
bath, card and commltteo rooms mi the bal
ance ol the floor. The third floor ts being
ntted out as a gymnasium. The arrangements
thus lar made denote good taste. The Club
bus about three hundred and nrty members.
Among the honorary members are Dave
Holland, (Jus Tuthlll, Duly Maddon. Joe
(ioddard 'and other prominent sportsmen.
Hob Conn, the Club's President, ts hard at
work superintending the getting or the new
club-house in running order.
Johnny O'Brien, the amateur champion
light wrestler irom 1HS0 to 188W, wholsa
member ot the New York Athletic Club. Is
running for Alderman under the lamruany
btandaiU In tho Twent -second District.
Jonnny was formerly, a member or tho
Pastime Athletic club, and tho Indians are
waking up their bailiwick In behalr or tbclr
Speaking ol athletics in politics, Billy Iter
noids, who recently lost (5.000 by backing
Jack tikelly. In his right with George Dlxou
at the crescent City, is out tor tbo Assembly
lu Brooklyn. Ho U running on the ltepubli
can ticket in a Democratic alstrlct- The
members of the National Athletic club are
booming him for a seat among the law
The athletes nro still talking about the
wonderful penormacce or Michael F.
bweenoy, of tho Xavler Athletic Club, who
recently broke Paige s world's record lor the
high jump by clearing o tcet H Inches.
Hwceney is keeping at work, and hopes to
break his own record in the near future.
Billy Oliver, the renowned boat-builder or
the Harlem, Is getting things In shape to turn
out several lightning flyers this Winter. He
also has bis oyo on a now sporting club In
Harlem, which will give fistic exhibitions
during the season.
The atmosphere In cusack's was decidedly
coul tho other evening. John L. Sullivan
cnuie face to race with bis old manager, liar
nltt. "They did not speak as they passed
The second annual road race or the Man
hatian Athletic Club Wheelmen will be held
on election day, Nov. H, ovor the Yonkrrs
Klngsbrldge course.. There will be a ten-mile
championship raco and a tour-mile handicap
Walter Campbell, Arthur Chambers's son.
In-law, is a candidate for the position of box.
lug Instructor ot the Hacquet Club.
Princeton wllltneet the Now York Athletic
Club team at lootball at the Polo Grounds
" THE MAGIC SPECTACLES.
SS A. Modern Fairy Tale of Great Wonders
a& Worked by Their Use.
ne. " PUoBe, mirter "
lett "Ob, botberl Here's a nicko1. Take
t iiml get out, Tlio weird little creature
" iHU black elfin liair Hying nbout his
I ity face lot kej nfter tlie hurrying man
tlifccorufulines. Picking up the coin.,
'e Oehberntely stiiert it into the river. A
H2 iiinu Joa-ilns ngn mt tho ratlins
"Uil at linn uh sur,,r BJ mi Eauj :
if , ' Why ilid you (i0 ,ha. ?"
r I wnm't goiu tnr bone Tin 'or stuff,"
n nereiltt.0 urch'iu. "I nuz goiu' to
ooy. ",rr5 '' kiiifotfur co a s; liuter outer mo
jbla It liurVirfiil,"
. nn "1 lint's nail, LciM see what can ho
),UU lone for It," taU tl)u trniiRor. tnkinc out
T 7 1.",nUlife' Tli0 cl'llit hnt down on one
, I. T the hndgo lieaiiM nml stuck out tho in.
ja?1 li 1"',Cl1 "'"'"ucr. U wns small and oxriuis.
gjl "lyihaned, but very grimy, which fact
1 "i-eil Inm no cnibnrrnssment. The place
TolheMlvfvliml entered was found
I '' "ln "barp-polmert b rule speedily ex-
. j "Uolljl G:nd that'a over. Tliaukoo,
mister, nn' what's yer fee?"
" Fee!" tr.A tne young man, laughing.
" I charge no fee. little one, nor conld I
do so if I wished, ns I um not in tbe medi
cal line. "
"I know ye ain't. Well, I hain't got
nuthiu' ter glo yer anyhow cep'u this yer
olo pair er spec's t I fonn' em in thn
alley. Hero thoy is." Ho fished out of
his Jacket bosom a pair of lenses set in nn
nutiquo horn frame. Thoy looked dis
reputable, but nevertheless ,iu antiquary'"
eyes would have sparkled at sight of
" I want nothing for the slight service
I have renderod you, mv lad. Talco tbe
spectacles to n iniHuiiin and I hnve no
donhi that you will receho a Rood price
" You seen me pitch that flie in tho
ditch, didn't yer?"
"It was a foolish act, too."
"Mls'er, you dou' know me, bnt I
know you. You ued ler be on the
A'mil, but yer tot fired ths moruliijr au'
this afternoon. To-morrow the "Tigers"
will meet the crescents at Eastern ratk.
The Manhattan Athletlo Club's lootball
team will play ltutgers on Tuesday and
Prlnoeton on Wednesday at Manhattan Field,
cash Is i about again and will play with tbe
The annual dinner ot tho Department will
be held on the evening ot Oct. VJ. at which
time the prlies won on election day will bo
FROM THE WORLD OF LABOR.
Maine has n.nio abandoned farms, with a
total area or -'54. olti acres.
Nov. I the bricklayers of Boston propose to
Inaugurate tbe eight-hour day In that city.
Tho Chicago ltetali Clerks' Union has Joined
tbe National organization ot their trade.
Charles Yourell Is tbe new Walking Dele.
Bale ot tho ornamental Plasterers' Union.
e succeeds Herbert Ditcher.
Bricklayers' Union No. 11 has given 10 to
tbe members ot Union No. 40, 'lonawanda,
who are again on strike.
Frank Arnold, the (IraLd Secretary.
Treasurer-elect ot the Brotherhood or Luoo
motive Engineers, la an ex-Urand Master ot
The only non-union cigar shop In Kspsas
City, Mo., was conquered last week by cigar
Makers' Union No. 102.
Unless they settle with the Cement and As
phalt Layers' Union the delegates of tbe Ce
ment Laborers' Union wilt not be admitted to
the Board of Walking Delegates.
1 he United Carriage and WagoaMakers'
Union has voted S to the campaign fund of
tbo Socialist Labor party and J to the Labor
Boss L. Stange, 1544 Myrtle avenue. Brook,
lyn, has been granted a union card by Jour
neymen Barbers' Uulon No, I. 'lbs organiza
tion has also Indorsed the ticket or tne so
cialist La'xir party.
Officers ot Hnrseahoers' Union No. , are
conferring with the Commissioners ot the
Charities and correction and street Clean
ing Departments ln regard to having the
city's horses shod by union men.
The wile of an English parson was lately
sentenced to tbree months' imprisonment tor
continually assaulting her servant girl,
whom she kept working seventeen and eigh
teen hours per day, and sometimes gave her
no rood ror torty-elght hours.
Henry Wclssmann, or the Journeymen
Bakers and confectioners' International
Union, la engaged In organtrlng In Baltimore,
where he will speak at a mass-meeting next
Sunday ln tbo afternoon at Can makers' Hall,
Baltimore and south streets.
Wood-Workers' Union No. 38 enrolled Ave
new members this week. Next week an Im
portant special meeting will be held at 331
East Thirty-third street- Three members
were Injured by machinery since last Monday,
Walters' Alliance No. 1U has elected: J.
Dougherty, President; J. Fenner, Vlce-Presl-dsnt;
W. Koacb. Treasurer; F. Knodes,
Financial Secretary; J. Ennls. Recording sec
retary; B. crunln, Uergeant-at-Arms ; A. Le
roy. Inspector; It. Alsop, It. Trudell, M.
oetys, A. Wiseman, O. Wlllke, W. Applsy,
To mako a test case ln the courts of Indiana
tor violation or tbe Eight-Hour law or that
state by certain contractors ln Elwood tbe
American Federation or Labor has appro
priated S250. Tbe complainants In the caso
are members of Carpenters' Uulon No. 03.
This day not being considered a legal boll
day by the Uovernor or the Stale, the United
Wood-Can ers' Association will not tine any
ol Its members tor working to-day, although
tbey have been recommended not to work.
Trade Is good with the wood-carvers.
Tho Upholsterers' Unlnn ban reconsidered
Its withdrawal rrom the Central Labor Feder
ation, and Its branches have been requested
to vote upon a motion 'o rejoin tbe Federa
tion. The members win take part In to-morrow
evening's i allocation meeting of the So
cialist Labor party in Union Square.
huprome Chancellor S. J. Bear, ot the Order
or commercial Telegraphers, began bis tele
graph experience when ho was fourteen years
or age as a messenger-boy In tbe office or tbe
Pennsylvania Kallroad company at Lancas
ter. Pa., where be was born In 18A2. He Is
now one or the solid " citizens ot Topeka,
Kan., and holds the responsible office or Reg
ister or Deeds or Shawnee County.
Oeneral Secretary Hugo Miller, or tbe German-American
Typographic, has returned to
this city alter an extended tour of agitation
and organization. He Is now preparing lor a
general vote or bis organization upon amend
ments to tho constitution, among which a
proposition to suspend members railing to re
pay loans irom tbelr unions at ths prescribed
time: also that members must not belong to
At this week's meeting ot the Journeymen
Tailors' Protective and Benevolent Union It
was reported that at Stadler's shop the new
price list has been granted. The strike at
Kyley s continues, and a general vote will bo
taken upon tbe proposition or paying tin per
week to each or the strikers until their price
list has been adopted by tbe boss. The death
was announced of Charles J. Isaacson.
Considerable excitement prevails among
tbe .100 people working tor the Kapp comun
Ists at .the Economy Colony near Pittsburg,
the Happlsts having announced that, hence
forth their workmen will no longer be
boarded In the Colony, but must prowde for
themselves. Although their wages were
raised the workmen are dissatisfied to such
an extent that a strike may bo expected any
day. Tbe Happlsts do not .marry and tbey
will give board only to such of tbelr workers
who take the pledge of celibacy.
The amendments to the constitution or tbo
United Brotherhood ot carpenters and Join
ers, proposed by the u Louis convention,
have all been ratified by a general vote or the
members. Four new unions were chartered
last month ln Lexington, Ky. colored);
Washburn, Wis.; Johnson City, Tenn., and
Chicago Heights, III. The receipts ror dues
at secretary McOutro's office were $7,UH.OO,
We will sell on Eat-irdayV
only English Dlaolc Casb.j 20'
mere Socks at )
Better than you buy ln Furnishing'
'Stores for 50 cents, beside
We darn 'em free.
70 West 23 J Street.
ye ain't got but jes' twelve dollars an'
seventy-five cents 'tween yon an' tbe lake.
You're one er the sort that kai'n't git
more'u 'bout seventeen cents outer a
dollar, an' yer stuff '11 be gone 'fore yer
kin turn roun' three times an' whis'l'.
You ain't got no show fer er job, 'causo
they got it in fer yer at the Jtetord, and
yer too new in the town ter pais on yer
good looks. I don't never want nuthin'
I kain't git, an' dollars is dirt ter me.
Tbey ain't ter you tho', nn' if yer take
them spec's an' use 'em you kin keep
what you got nn' git mo'. Don't sell 'em,
fer if you do you'll be like er blind man
that walks over er ten-dollar bill. You
think yer fur sighted and don't need
spec's, but ver like er donkey that never
seen an elephant. He thinks he's
enormous, but he ain't."
Fred Howell watched the boy dart
under nn ice wagon mid vanish with wide
open eyes. All tho urehin had taid wits
true, and it seemed wonderful, as his
discharge cecum d only an hour before.
Ho looked down at the queer glasses in
his hand aud uiurniurtiU
' ' I will sell these for as much as I can
gut, and, when I see him again, give the
child the monev."
Without full knowledge of whet be was
doing be took out his handkerchief and
carefully wiped the lenses. Then be put
them on bis noie. His vision was un
changed. As far as be conld sea they
might have been made of vrindow glsss.
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING.
Nothtsfftb. allopath, ea -?ro.ehMthtwoa
d.ttal eir. hloirm.d lif '?.V;M.Stsnxlt.
'a'JsVeSS?'" IcTTbT will !'
fnLW nt rt)l eitraln.tlon
ITVa p IJnJ' t hf nf obll
yjf IK JK lloo on jour p?i to
. Xl , TypurthM.mtdlcln..
i( rJ if of tnr kind. Alt
vJLtfill dl.rUM.botb acuta
( Nl B(' eh'0"!? "'e
jfJjTky 'tmtollr traattd.
' '3StWiJfVu appln",1,,' r1"1
i. Jr ri" har m.twlth tl
tS' wbar. coma to oa
and ba eontlnetd of what wa can do for jou. Cnr
raapond.oea tolUilad from all p'l "' ,h we'ld,
OUR FAMILY DOCTOR BOOK mallad fiaa.
JImisou's lloraocopaluic Familj Medic'oc Co.,
40 WEST I4TII ST.. NEW YOUR CITY
Ofllca hours- 10 to 13 A. M . 3 to Sand 6.30 to 8
I. M. I BoDdan. 10.30 to H.30 A. M.
l 1 Hi
What do you look for in a
hat? Only the maker's name,
or comfort and becomingness?
You will find the latter qualities
in our hats and that softness
of finish that tells of good ma
terial. All this at half the lead
ing hatters' prices, tho' the
shapes are the same.
Alpine hats have taken the
lead now, but we have Derbys
Both in Black or Brown.
For men $2.00.
For Boys $1.50.
CARHART & CO.,
Broadway and Canal Street.
DWo do not claim to soil
a $0.00 shoo for $4.00 or
a $5.00 shoo for $3.00 or
a dollar's worth for 60
cents, but we do ndvor
i tlso nnd will sell you
Ne boat shoo you
kssBss). ever purchased
for tho money.
397 6th Avenue,
Between 3ith and Mth 8U N. Y.
OWJXO to lb part (aUnt warm wuthr. prioe
of all flm-clata cloth 1 11 mida up for tfio fall
trada bav maltftd. Nov ft tbe tlma to take ad
vantace of bargaina, it can only b tba matter of
a few daya wtien 70a mot ned thans gurmanta.
To atimulate a dmand wa mark tho aupcrb
Men'a Salts of Import Worsted. Diaconal and
Melton, mad b; ua to lall at 2o. to co at 18 tba
Kach anlt -rpreicots the aoma of the ttHor'n art.
TIIF. CLOTHIER AND FURNISHER,
753 AND 755 BROADWAY,
SOUTHWEST CORNER 8TII ST.
OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P. M.
and I0.080.S3 bavo been expended. For the
protective fund Sl,028.:)7 were received, and
tor tbe Homestead strikers $1,173.00.
During Its last fiscal year tbe receipts for
dues or tbe Brotherhood or Locomotive Fire
men amounted to 0D,!3.H1 and .1H, '170.87
were disbursed. The general fund now con
tains a total of (110,483.11. For tbo bene,
nclarr rund '430,857.7ii were received and
(3U9.800 were paid for 470 death and disa
bility benefits. Tbe 4HH local branencs
have an aggregate membership or :.'5,iM7.
beventy new branches were Installed
during tbe last two years by Vice
urand Master J. J. Ilannaban. In bis
last annual report Eugene v. Debs, who
acted as Secretary-Treasurer ol tbe organiza
tion ror seven years, denounces a New York
morning paper ror a "flagrant departure
rrom veracity" by reporting, under tbe head
ing, " One or tbe (irand Officers of tne Loco
motive Firemen Gels llli Winn Clipped,"
tbat Mr. Debs bad not been re-elected. Mr.
Debs was unanimously re-elected but ten
dered bis resignation, wblcb was rejected
unanimously and then he declined peremp
torily, ror reasons or his own. It U known
tbat Mr. Deb, disapproves or the nnn-pollll-cal
policy adbercd to by tbo majority at the
last bi-annual convention.
Upper Ten Club's Reception.
Tbe Upper Ten Social and Athletic Club,
ol tbe Eighth Ward, will hold Its seconfc anni
versary nodal on Kundav evening al '! ir
club roonn, ooii Oreenn lib street. Tir;
will be i anclog aim reilintluii Wi.llam
I Maddigan. John Londrlgan and otucr artists
will take active pans.
' 'These spectacles seem to be a prac
tical joke. It doeu't uialio muou difler
eure, though, for however acute oyeslght
one may hate or however powerful lens
he may use, he cannot see twenty-four
hours abend. I would like to see one
day before me."
No sooner had the words been spoken
than everything around him became dark
and he felt as if he were suspended in
aid air. Iu an instant his view cleared
again, and he found himself just where
he was with the crowds surging by him
The bridgo man rang his bell nnd the
people hurried across. Fred remained
where he was. As soou as the way
was clear the liridge swung nroend.
A large steamer was coming up.
aud as she passed he rend the nam
Palmer. There it wbb in large gilt letters,
but he could hardly believe his eves. He
knew tho l'aluior was not duo until the
following dny, and in iew of telegrams
receded that morning ill the ltecord
office, it appeared miraculous to see tier
iu the Chicago lliver. 'ihe boat passed
and the bridge closed. A newsboy
scudded by him with n bitmllo of papers
under his arm. Frod stopped lilui aud
bought one. The first thing he saw was
the dste, Ono dsy ahead,
" How on tarth roull those people
have made such an error as that?" he ex.
claimed. Just as he was uufoldiug his
paper, his eye was caught by a policcnmu
gazing curiously at hlia.
You get a fair idea there u "
Of the excellence of the Art Supplement that I Uv Iff vJlilil 7 M 'H
will accompany Tin: Sunday World. The orig- 1 JjKnVw VTYr Sr "tV $IM$m 4m H
inal occupies a full page of good paper, and is feKff j 'J- nfl8Naflrr flfl
RFRFF mtv wfc &u ihw
Which the town has been mystified over, is an iwv -4?tf!'?XaB B
excellent story by Ouida. and" wlil appear com- i x' 'WtWI vr?7 - 1 jfl
pletc in Sunday's Would. I '" $ I -fl
Is she considerate ? Mr. William S. Walsh has "wHi I'-w'i 8 rS-x fflBBp .9
said that she isn't ; Helen Wattcrson says she is , PT I Y 'sVgr fl
Every woman will await the next chapter with li - ' --.a 1 19
interest. ' ' 1 "fll
,. MR, PLATT AND HIS LIEUTENANTS. "M
SEEING IS BELIEVING,
WE ARE THE ORIGINATORS OF
SOL HEYMAN &C0.,
1.IDEIIAL, HOUHE FtlHNIHHF.UM.
TII1M KMitlANT Kill) COIHJII,
$10.50, SOLD ELSEWHERE AT SI8,
GENUINE LEATHER LOUNGES, $15.
GENUINE LEATHER CHAIRS, $3.50.
'We Offer for this Week Only,
ElosantRuaHulti tG: aoldelaawharafor tli.
Otar SOU Parlor ttmta nn ana floor,
from f 30 toS2f.ll.
A aarlnc of 36 paroant. EStrantesd.
OAK CHAMBER SUITS, $11.50.
NOOTUER HOUSI1 CAN BKM. BETTER VALUE
FUR I.EHS THAK 18.
OTHERS FROM (13 TO S160.
nioquETTi'.M, with nnitiiKit
TO .HATCH. trr jrnrd 91.00
WII.TON VKI.TKT OAIlI'liT ODr.
nOV BIII1NSKI.H L'Altl'UT H3c.
TAPI2STUY IIUUMSKI.H. Ar.
Mada-up Rnsa. of rarloua alzal.
Sold Regardless of Cost.
lIRINn .1IKASUIIK OF KOO.IIS.
Elegant Smyrna Rugs, 36x72, $3.
ACCOUNT OPIiNKII FOU AM..
PAV.HUNTH AKKAMUUll TO bJIT
SOL HEVMAN & GO.,
993 and 995 3d ave..
Bat. 59th and 03th tU. EUfttor At onr door.
II U IU Ik. . Mmm rf lit nit, aU I M m
bwt Ual I -.'i uk. l,ono.4Uplkak.l
n. taa. Ult nrtM a r "' at. !
vr li..,anl ta all piSwai, Inm abnltv. I will
atin rally nn all UaMa If auaia U U.U.4 to rlr."
PATH NTS TREATED BY HAIL. CONFIDENTIAL,
arslna, SaStarrtaf. tm fcla.laaiaifcaaarttaaaaaaa
n. o. . r. sarin smtnit mmi, cikih.
BRANCH Ot KICKS:
Dr. I K. Bolh, 41 Waat 94l'l at., KavTork,
Dr. II. Plimpton. Ill Halaai at.. Ilrooalra.
Tba IroproTed alaatie trual la tha onlr truaa in ax.
lataneatnat la worn with abaolata comfort nlxbt
and day, aa It rataina tha ruptura under tba bard
aataiarcUa or aararftat atraln. and will affect a
permanent and epaedr cure without regard to tie
age of tbe patient. Examination free. Ladf In
attendance lor ladiee. Hand for pamphlet.
IMPROVFD EHHTIO TllUrlS t O.,
833 and Sit Uroadwai, corner 13th at., New York.
MANHATTAN OANCJNO ACADEMY. 5ft Weil
DJthaf..bet Mb and nth avea. i 4 claaa le.aooa,
SI UO, 34 leteona. S6; pnrata leaona. Sl.dU, cor.
rect waltx cuaranteed, SS, racepllona Wednaeday
and Saturday evenlnge, dancing, H.uO to li, ladr
aud geittleman teachra. bait place In tbaottyat
popular pricai. tiend addreee for circular.
" llyOoorue! I bad forcotlcn those
classes. Tbey must look sliebtlj uncon
ventional. I'll take tbcm off."
Ho did so, and all was instantly
chanced. Tbe people passed by as before,
but some persons be bad j'lM been walk
onto tbe nortb end of tbe bridge bad un.
accountably disappeared. Ibe policeman
also bad vanished. Ho looked down at
tbo baud which beld bis paper, but the
sheet was no longer there. Then, all iu
an instant, tbe truth llaslicd through his
mind. His band trembled. His eyes
sparkled, and be felt as if be were intoxi
cated. Witb rapid steps be made hisuay tu
a uciebborins pool-room which 110 liens
reporter bad yet ntumblod over. Hires
were on at some point iu tbo western cir
cuit, be did not look tome w here. bat
did be care whether tbey weru at Shceps
head or Latoiila? Die nnuies of tho
entries were-un tho board and the odds
were marked up, 'Ihoicoplo lu charse
were good forauv bojk tbey uncut mako
and that was all be desired. He pulled
out hia classes and adjusted them to his
ejcB. Uaziuc at the board, bo nun mured:
" I want to soo an hour ahead. "
His vision darkened as before aud then
cleared. A chalk mark encircled tbe
name of TrunelU, a forty to one shot.
Tbe backers of thn favorite stood about
in gloomy croups. Tbe bookmaker's face
was not as sunny as it might have been.
Tba reason was easily uen, A youth
slood at tba cashier's desk rtcelvluc a tidy
, 1 1" IH A IH1TV yon nrrr nurerir0nil
tumUy In set Ihfi licet nlu fur your
monnT. Ifronomtsr In jour fonlrnr by
Iiirr!ieln It. I.. Ilniiama r.iura. whlih
rpprrarni t hr beat valne for prlrea naked,
na tiiii.inn.U will Irailir.
tr TAKU .NO SUtKflTUTn. tl
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE OENTI?eIiV1EN.
HE BEST SHOE II IK Hill til IK mill.
A oeMulnr Hfwril aliop, ttmt wiff not rfp,
fine call, aeamleaa. amooth inalda. flexible, mora
comfortable, atrllah and durable than anj other
ahoo arar aold at tha prlra. Lquala onxtom made
anoea ooetlnctrom 44 totS.
4C1 mud a llnnd-amrd, Una calf ahoea.
ufw Tha moat atjrhah, eaaj and durable -hone
aver eold at the price. They equal m Imported
ahoea coaling from as to 913.
rar-Al other K.renlra or Ihe aaiaa lilah
atanditrjl ofnxrellsnce. , ,
CJAIITION.-Bawara of dratara anbatltntlnt
ahoaa without W. U Doualaa name and tba price
atamped on bot4am. Hucb anbelltutlona ara
fraodulant andauhjcot to proircutton by law lor
obtaining money under falae preteneee.
..V. I.. plllHOI.AM. Ilrnrklup. Maaa,
Al.l, MI,:n, Til.KM AfVlF. WIUTIIH
Foil HAJ.Hnt ihr loflowlng iilnrrai IQ3,
,iih 2Pt ?" 3117. tiil), IIIAII. i:20.
?H- kV" ' Jvr.i lib. 7M7, HHI).
iiiJi. ibhi, npn. 1 174. iHlii, iina
Si Jive.i B2t, aAl). 710, 10B, Hllt5, 1130.
tubi.mait ai vp.i 4f8 (cor, arcTrand
ti.K 1,13.1 rirnadwrijr iror. ol jAth al.l)
PI. $, ftVI. 47T (ror. of SllL .1.1
.7.MT- "'77(1, N77 rill. nvo. I 3311
411ft, 670, NO.-i lllli nvr.i 3IIU, .1,JS, 7X0
Tllibavr.t ilAO.ai.1 Cnnnl al.j till, iiii4.
22(1. :i73 firrrnwirli l.l OS. 117, Kill
Arrnna ll 1, (II, 1313 Avrlinr M Hi!.
371I, 1IU4 Tlovrpryt illli, 4fiO. Mi. Mil
(jraiqil st.t 4( Fulton al.l 'J74 IVr.l
I'iAtli al.l 31 .New ('hainbrrn at.i 371.
OAO. Illiclaou l. A40 lllh nvr.t III)
I'nrk Ifowl 2IMI, 4IJ l'nat llnualnn at
(III. AII3, HIM) Analrrrlam nvf.l 143 III.
vlalonat.l 14 .llnrkrt at.i VUi U'rat 2Atri
al. 124 ('liumbrre at., 10V Hoiltli al.l 4
Ac. I) li Ap. V.
'cr,.V.-cJt-122' sPP..n;l4 Newairk
wye. I S477 drove at.i 4a Jlontaome rr at.
JAJIKH I,. Will. I. H. AI'CTIOM'I'II.
will aell at auction on ttasruuuda, MAT U III) AY,
OcU 3V, at 3 o'clock,
blof i port loo of the popoltr
W1I )OCaVttl Jolt ftt Of
of tha great llarla-n Till rapid trin.lt. High
f round, graded avanuea aud alre.ta. juit the place
ir moderate priced hoiuaii ra,jr term, title In
auredt aala ioaltl,e rain cr ahloa. apeclal Iraln on
dai of aala, lr map, and pa.ara.giKjd from (jraud
Central Ilepot. Harlem or ftlott llaffn applj to
JOHN A. AMUNUtON. attomej, KUKroadway,
or JAMEti 1- WIXU-l. auctioneer, &' Liberty at.
FLATS ANO APARTMENTS TO LET.
Light aparlaota of tbree room. In fiomea nn
64th at., between 10th and llth area., theae
hooiea hare been thoroughly renorated and ara In
tliat'Claaa order, renla from CS to SlOtrrntaot
atore. from $16 to J0 Apu'y to houeekeartera,
on pramlaea.or lo U. V Hralh, Maoa gar.'JUCU.Si
bunch of bills. As l'red looked closely
at tbo winner's faco bo recognized his
own features. Tearinc off the spectacles
and thrusting them into hi poclet bo
drew out his wallet and laid twelve dol.
lars beforo the bookmaker.
'Prunella to win," said Fred.
Tho man looked at biin sharply and
"Fivo to ono Prunella doesn't come
ono, two, three."
' ' I know my business, " replied Fred
wilb u frown. "Pruuollato win."
" Four hundred and cicbty totwelvo,
Fred picked up bis precious bit of card
board amid the sneers of tho tuortators.
Ho thoucht with exultation how soon
those sneers would change to admiration.
" Thcv'ioat the post."
Dels wera made lively now nml tbo
bookinakur wax kept liusv until the
Fred's heart wafbeatinc very f.ixt.
" Wi.d Fire at tho quarter, Prunolla
coinuc up. Host-in a bunch."
"It's coinc to be a walkover," w his
" Wild Firo and Prunella neck aud
neck at tbe half, l'riucess two lonctbs
"Prunella at the tbree quarters.
What if h oracle bad failed him aud
Princess should win f Dut
HAIU.EM Ol'KnA-flOtlHK EVE'S, 8.U
BOSTON I AN S .,.
IN Sat. at 5.
Next Waak-FANNV HIOK.
COLUMBUS THEATRE, ufiXfiri'JrB...
Naxt Weak-THB TOWER OF THE 1'llrJS.
itii sr. MUsirT'iuu; a aliiambra
COURT, 134 and 1311 F.a.t Ulhit.
THE MONSTER ORCHESTRION.
PI.AY8 KVKnY AKlKn.NOON AND EVBNINO.
DORIS'S niUHKU;"' . acoup.
IS TIIAINFD BRONCO HORSES.
FANNY HKXRINU IN I'O-OA-IION-TAR.
Admiaaion. 10 ceuta. Hourly Hhowe.
IMPERIAL MUMO HALL, llmedway and'ltth.
niiftrvlllr. Ilallel. Iliirleaqnr.Oprra
by tha moat Kmlnent American and European
AdmUalon, Bll canta. Ilaaared Beata, 91.
aHIOYTS MAIIIMON RQUARI! THEATRE.
Eaa. al 8.90 hat. Mat. at a.
Annlreraary I'arformanoa Flrat Year. Wad., Nor.O.
Hoy t's "A Trip to Chinatown."
CnCU IIIICCC AMERICAN OALLKRY
tUtll MUOCC, THE WOULD IN VTAX.
To-nlgbt at.d To-mrrrow Afternoon at 3.
Mons. Guibal and Marie Grevil'e
In Ibttr nisvrrallont prod act I on of PsyeboDolfim
Mnncit I)' ortbmtr fttrpoon od Ttotng.
H. R. JACOBS' THEATRE " IffWf
IXirnrXr MR. POTTER OF TEXAS.
Next Week -ADA OKAY IN KAHT LYNNE.
Kill 1UC TIIBATUK, B'wayA38taBt.
Olll A 111 a Matlnaaa Wad and FaU
I PAULINE HALL FURITANIA'S ROUVENIRSt
OPKRA CO. I Mini TIME NOV. 1.
OAHDEN THKATRF. Krery night Bat, Mat.
Bopported byorirl HKINNKU and her owa com
pauy. praaantlnsllBNItY VIII.
ISTANDAKD TIIKATHK. Leal Two We.ka.
A Decided Benaatlon nightly at 0. So-Mat. at S.SJ.
1 JOHNJREW. I THE MASKED BALL,
BROADWAY THEATRE, H' war and 4 lit ,L
TIIU l,AI) I lK HOIK
TIIKTKlIillr I HOPPER.
MATIN KK HATUHDAY AT 3.
S3TAR THEATRF. LAST WEEK.
Il.eniuierl.ls. Extra Mat. Wed. Hag. MaU Bat.
JOMKI'll I IN I KIP '
JItfhltH IN I ,N I VAN XVI.NKI.K.
Oct. 24. RoeeandChaa. Coghlanln "Diplomacy."
K03TER 1 niAL'S. MAT, MON.. WED. A BaT.
VANONI. I AMANN.
M. and MMI!. HERAT. KATERINE D. HOWE.
VandaTllie. nnr'eaque. Noreltlea.
BflTUrnW LYClillM THEATRE. 8 15.
OUlnijnJM. C'APT. I.KTTAItill.AIU.
Matlnaee Thnraday. Friday and batnrday.
CABINO. Bioadway and S9th Street.
EvaningaatS. Matinrariaturdayat 2.
VAUDEVILLE AND' BALLET.
Admlailon, 60 canta. Raierted Baata. SI. 11.60.
PEOPLE S Mr. UKNllV (3. MINFR. Proprietor.
raVSdlTHE POWER OF THE PRESS.
WINDHOR'tHEATRE. 46 A 47 BOWERY.'
IXJVE. I I. rand Comedy Drama.
PA1 HO, THE OLD.
HUMPH. I OLD BlORY.
aTl A "rTaTTklT" UNION SQUARE. B.15
I f 1 1 V Mat. Friday and Bat., 'J P.M.
xyt--x, MJ THE ULIPUTIANS.
JI.MRF.IU1 THEATRE. -To-Nlght Emll Thomaa
and Enaemble.Srat tlma In Leute Ton Haute, Sat.
Mat , Our Don Juaoa.
HUDSON COUNTY JOCKhY CLUB. NOKTH
Uergen. N. J. Racing to-day and erery day
thereafter throughout toe aeaaon Boata from
Franklin and 4id ate erery fifteen minute,
connecting with ateam elerator aud lallroad direol
lu track. Alao from Bare'ay.Uhrlstopber and 14th
IU every ten mloutea connecting wllhelrclric and
alaam railroad, r Int race at 'i 1 . M. Admiaaion,
SI. ripecial boata trom Aunex Dock. Fulton at ,
Illrooklyn, at 1J 16 dally, l'eniiarlvanla Depot,
lereey Clly, at li 30. lairing Weat shore Dock
Immediately after racea
B WHITEHEAD, Secretary.
"Prunella wins. Princess a Rood sec
ond. Knockabout third."
His $12 wero increased to J102. Hefnre
tbe afternoon was orer bis winnings
amounted to thousands. It seemed to
bo sn off day, and bo suspected tbat
most of tho races were rotten, therefore
he was careful not to make bis bets high
euouch to affoct tbe betting. This kept
him from winuinc as largely ss he might
bad A special event been on. Tbe special
events would come, however, and he
meant to jealouslt guard bis wonderful
Fred Howell's wonderful luck soon be
came a bjword for civiluod Christendom.
After a few operations in Wall street he
ealablifthcd a paper of his own with a pri
nto weather bureau which nover made
uiixtnkc. He furnished private advices to
his Got eminent. With countless fortunes
lintt ina t hrough his hands overy j ear he re.
lamed not one cent, for be realized that,
(oin fort inuu assured, largo wealth iu a
pub iu trust. Iu the legiuuiug of his
prosperity ho luvcUed 100,000 iu
I per cents, ns a safcguaid against
poerty should the spectacles fail bim or
pass out of his poottiSeiou. Then he
founded his puper, after which every
ceut that be gained was used to supuress
vice andeucourage virtue. Ho destroyed
gambling of every sort and stock specula,
tion by ruining these who made a profes.
sion of them with his foreknowledge. Ho
built homes and schools for waifs, en.
&&I W& i aU & f , iMfa!aa4
AMERICAN INSTITUTE, M
nd 31'ft,rr,T-,'lfir4T04,h ,;
Grand National Industrial EiMMku aM
MAohlotrjm Motion. Hoouhold Ooodf, Torkttl H
Art, lfoTitl in lnvotlon. iaH
tr XUatllNHION, HA OI5NT. ;f
Open from to A M. nnUI 10 P. JH. lH
ACADEMY iro.r. ;
BLACK CROOK. 1
Matlnaaa Wad. A Bat, at a. Ereninga atS. paH
T0HYt PASTOR'S, x.kt. nWk avv M
M.BERVAIS LK ROY, MELVIIXR A riVSTSO?. fH
HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAY, M
HERRMANN'S, .J-iKt. "M
EranlngaatS IS. ' Matlne Bat. ,lt. V
M.r,.lW I HERRMANN IS?- - M
Kntarulnmant THE OREAT. I Siaaa. '.M
Oct. H4. tint Product Inn of tba Chlnaaa Myatan. gal
M YAKAYa ,4QH
A good raaarrad aaat. SUc gggl
HARRIOAtT'H THEATRE. .ggl
M. W. I1ANLKY ..Manager 'SmW
utra Vatlnea to-darali ' Jggal
Mr. Edward llarrlgan'a Hucoeeatul Local Plaav (''
Wadnaaday I Matlnaaa I ttatarday. filH
PROCTOR'S Theatre. E'a.fl.l6.Mat-WaL ASat. 'v'ggai
YE EARLIE TROUBLE. M
Prlcea-Lower floor.TSa, SI. $1.60. Bel., 60c .7a. JgH
SI 1 family Clr.. BaaarTad.SOc lUen. Admla..S0o. .SB
BUOU THEATRE. Broadway, near SOtn at. ,,'U
Laat Week but Oua-Matlaaa w ad. aud bat, Jggal
HPKOIAL HOLIDAY MATINEE TO-DAT. jtm
XTII HTREF.T THEATRE. NEAR STH AVK. ,19
llaaarred Heat,, Orcheetra Olr. and Balcony. SOu. 'jgal
LAST WEEK-HOLIDAY MATINEE 101) AT. 1M
Next Week-UALLEN and HART In THE IDEA. t $M
OKAND OPEItA.I10USE.-Raaerred SaaU, 6C "-ffl
cheat a circle and baleony. 60e. ' -.'.iggl
'aSffiSf THE WHITE SQUADrtOt.. SlSfiK M
Next week-Harry Lacy In " Tha PlanUr'a Wlf.73 tgM
naniTHEATRE. jaasaa. 41
r fl lll ELITE VAUDEVILLE HOUSE. 1
A Grand Company. Mate. Thm., Thura. ASaA "igi
NfRTlTH MAY HOWARD-CO. '3
Miami a. lie., ai. , s&o.. mc Afl
Monday-Curaant Caah. aew Engllah Ma.odraaaa. KiJ
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS. '
BEDFORD AVE. THEATRE. l
l2i!Lvfi5itirffis MINSTRELS. M
Next Week-BOTTOM OF THE BE A. t&m
COL. CINN'S NEW PARK THEATRE, Brookly. M
nw.&J'J'SKr Matinee Wad. and Katurday, tWM
oEoHoM.N8TiRTrVL,K,;8 Tiiypnn m
FAROE COMEDY. If ACIHI )
NOVELTY Theatre. J. E.Robbina, Prop. A Maav .fi
Week eommenolnc Oct. IT,
tha Nantleal Melodraraa, ' .,
HELD IN rJLAVKKY. if
Next Week-The Btraggla ot Ufa. j Jj
AMPHIDiM EDWIN KNOWLES. 1
MVirTIIUni. Proprietor and Maatgaa. vS
Erery Erenlng. Matluece Wad. and rJatT ' ,.- V.
THE COUNTY FAIR.
Columbia. d"pj5;a.!rnr0- A
Every Evaolaf . MftttntM Wd. and Sr. J
HOLIDAY MATINEE FRIDAY. -I
HOYT'S "A H0LEt'?e 6R0UND."
I.FE AVENUE ACADKMY. f,
Thia week Metloeea Thuraday and Saturday. , ,t
THOMAS E. MURRAY lu l
THE VOODOOl OK. A LUCKY OH ABM. V,
OOI. 34-UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. J
jrun.MTURF.SOf.D WITHOUT caah depoaltl
longaat credit: euormoua atoeki aaya ratiUarr "r
aod agenta' profit., rectory. Rlrlngton. oornar r.
Eaaex It. , oBce. Hi Weat iSd at. I open arepluga. v
FRAMhS for cheap picirel. earda. Ac, Soanta taja
up, 1 or 1.000 Framea in gold, trory, wooda. n
Ac. Wm. Luln. M.nufr. 37 Day at J
Vorulture aold without caah depoattt longaat tlaxe -A
glren.neweatatylea. M'f'ra Agent, 103 W, 3th.
(lowed hospitals, fouuded boards of pro- '$
lection for the helpless whoso business it fi
was to sea on one band, that their proteces ,71
wero not taken advantace of by uuprln- M
cipled and covetous employers, and, on 5
the other hand, require employees to do .
their duty or be replaced by others. The 'if
tramp problem be aolved by building; $
circular railway tracks bounded by hlc.h i
bosrd fences and paying each member of
the profession 10 cents a mile for each .1
mile travelled. Larue barns with plenty ":
of musty hay were built for their lodging. J
places, aud cold victuals and old clothes I
were given as prizes to those who made if,
the best records. Nihilists were fed on
dvnamite for breakfast. Supper wss
not eaten ou earth. Hook scents and .X
peddlors woie paid liberal salaries to -J;
go oil aud tako a rest. Patent medi- .
cine men wero tsied ou the breath "VfJ
they drew and lequired by Congress to ')
pay SO per ceut. over regular rates for i
advertising. Also auv publisher offering j
spuce for less than the cost of composi
tion wits iu.tautaneously electrocuted. ;,
All theso thiuas wero due to Fred's influ- 'ji
euce. Any charitable scheme, not tend.
ing to encourage dependence on others, 'V
found ready help from him, for it he had t
no funds on baud he had only to put oa T
bis spectacles and steal a march oa Jay 4
Gould to obtain millions. Yet ha nsvst J
forgot tha words ot the slfln chlldi J
' Milter. I don't waat bvUuV I. kalat ' fM
git, and dollar, li tlkt w ." ' ittjlaivy,