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. I ' 10 THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER g, 1800.
: I POLICY ANIMTS VICTIMS.
1, ; ohkat iiAitM nosr. t.y .Kir nunc
I ny jiim rait.u or iiJMJii.isa.
I 1'lltri'n Ilunilrril I'lncea Conducted with
n t.lltle CiiiiicmIiiiciiI -Inataiicca of that
Ilnln It much! hy the Unine ( ertalnly
I of Lining No llelrrri'iit Methail of
1 i 1'lnyliiB Pulley- The llm kerf tit thai (lame.
I The Krcnt prevnlcnro nl i1liy ln'lnic In thM
rlly and llicoieniicrwMllli hIiIpIi tlt'cnlctif illiy
I f.lln Is iniiiliiilril tiiulrr tin' ptiecnt admliilMrii-
tlun were cliurly lituuiflit nut Ix-forc the Mait
I'ommltloe nt ltd M"ltin Inut Widnenday liy tho
teatl ninny (il Mlrlmcl J (ircon who declared tlml
lin had been n imllcy rllcr (nr lentn. uruln.c
nnmmc tin? tenement dwellers niiil oeratlni (of Al
. ' Adanm. the ' Klnc "1 the 1'illc) Hlinpt." anil nlwi
(nt Ullllnm Mlitrny nl Ihr I lowers, lie tratlllnl
1 Hint Al AilnniN hail HlMy nt leu-nty nhuH In thin
illy, niul tlml they wrtr prmtlcnlly (tec Irmn tlm
Ititcflctaicc nl the polite, nlllniuKli he nnd nthef
rniliiriM were dl known to the illie. nn wok
f iiImi tiii-lr ImilneMK Mlrlmel lleriMt, who In re
puted in he n brothcr-ln-low n( I'hlel Dowry,
lltK'ii wvl'l. ih n prominent ninn in the imllry
j Imslnev. l'mlcclii'ii wo all ntrnnirod (or by the
i henil men II cmpinscei illil Ret Into trouble,
I lie Mtil Jlntnilc Oilier nnil other lawyerM were,
rctodntly cmplosed to look out (or them
When Ibey teail thine emuri pmhalily
nioHt .Sew orUorn did nut Ltuiw "hut mllcy inn
iiisti ol nr hu it li plrisod nr uho pins II. 'I he
ureal majorit) ill .New Yorkera ln) luiw heiinl
j the ll. line nl Hie (.-.line m-nll"nnUlinpl.v ktlim llint
It li -mmo form nl iromlilliii: in whhli numlK ri
I liirure. niiil the lllcf li ,'fii'Tnl Hint the iwtr.iiH
f n( Hie irnme nre tuirtm-a. 'I lie laet In, huweter,
;' II tlml fully luill n million while iiersiinslu thlmity
' I hate liccomc Infatuated wltn the fc'nme, and play
! h It ilnlly. Mativ of Hie pUjen are woinili who
H lite In the teneimnt uMrlils ami Hml alinunt j
D ever) eeiitlhey earn in plnsiiu; kk' "Iiium'
I S ami "Haddld. ' the It-mi opillod tocomhlnnllnna
j of numVri In the kiIIc.v hIiow.
I, 1'eoplo who .ire In ti u.l. Ion lo know, lay that
t ji there tire nt lcn.il lllliell hundred iollcy Minpn ill
, f (in'Ater .Sen York, ami llml I hoy are known In i
I the mnjnrityof Hu'M'IiihiI rhlblriu. .Some of them i
I ure sinmtiil in the rear of cli;ir Mnrm, Mime are
. ': In niiicy little nmmi In the top of ten' m 'lit .Mime
I 1 in the rear ol Mtliiuiii ami Mime In plumlir ebnp.
j .No matter where they lire found, they Imfo'Vi the
I ! i nine ifeiteral np ammo. I or inhume. If a prr-
i ' hnu cues lul i a dear .slum ami llnd n nultulnir
, i j ihHir net In a iu -,t,r liiii-i tou.ini; uii i n nt the ,
I I rear he inny be prelt) icrtnlti Hint there tin mllcy I
', . idiop there. 1hii o nini: the umIiilIiii; ibir,
li" IliiJ.s an orillnir l:.M room inulainllii; rry ,
'ii little furniture, lie will tlml Hie llnor i-otrntl i
. I J yh Hnwilii-t or hlt- tjml. He Mill alM llml
j , a ulinrl lOiinter uitli a -InmltiK' ilik unii it Midi
j as kblppln clrrkH tis'. 'I he matt known as the
I polloy writer.Ntniiililiehliiilthlsileik wrlilniriloHn '
t. i Jl Hie numln-rs that patrons IriluiJ lo pl. Miut-
! R iier bo writ sis mautlohltsl nn iarun paier.
' j fl J his ilesw there In u huiuli uf what nre known ,
,M as lls. '1'lirM are nut ill Kcisof wrer i-onUiln-
( U las mlunin.sof llicureit tlpsll lo nprevnt the
j'n must recent draw Inn In the (Tame. The lltor tu
i tj the shop wilt uKWilM a table it.nt.iltllnic 'IriAIll-
' : 1 II biMiks for lic iilajrrs. I uiky numU'r liook.sanil
) P buol..s made up of .summnrlet, of ilrawlni;s that
' ) Ij liate evtemleil lck for years. He will nl.su llml n
,' j H Uaikboanl on the wall isintMnini; two toliimns
!j J M of IlKuresi which are.sui os.1 to In- the most rrienl
j H uumbers drawn, lie will certainly Hud nl lrnt.t
j M two iloren men In the place liokintr oter hack !
J B nuruliers nndiliscuslni: their cbnnei.s of winnlnir '
, ! tl In Hie next ilrawluif These ru u will tell jou
,' rf ffl all nUiut the iame of lottery iIiry. If a .erMin i
i lias neer plnynl the came anil (roes into one of
S it. these sli.ips Hie reRulntiun plaer will consider '
't li liimnlucky clmpniul wnteli lOM-e what numlii'rs j
,' 'i$ be Is irnlnc to piny, ami they will make the bainu
1 'r I'1"''-
j J I U tell ou lust wbnl the game Is." said the
J J proprietor of a policy clear store, to a hi N reporter.
Vi U "I'll understand It lliotouchb lioi'er. on would
w$ . bae to cni;ae In Hie came yourM'If. Tlrst.
JjlJlT! V1 'f yu must understand that IV l n lottery In which
lli I H ""''" "" num"c'' 'tom une l" "t'-r,irht are
4? R ; ffl made use of. The lottery Is NUppo.scd lo be ojier-
""ll I ti nl"' ""' "' t"wn- Ktery day exiepUtii; Sunday '
') m I It there la huih-is-sI to be a dranttie In Kentucky
1 1 I It and another In liulslan.i. In the morning, ns !
jrI! fi the dtnry rim-s. thirteen iiunibers are drnwn Irom i
B I 3 j a wheel containing the entire seenty-elelil I
!' Theae thirteen are iilaieil In a column, one lienenlli ,
; the other, and they may lie any numbers from one '
B to neventy-clithl Tli'n alongside of the column
g of the Kentucky d ra wines comet, o similar column
j j ( ( nt numbers supmssl to Is- drtwn In Umlslnna.
I These two columns nre printed on slips of pnpr
', and distributed nniune perhonn who hae .acl
II the name for that particular drnwlm: The num
I liers supissl to b drawn mm up In Hie llcy
, shop after 2 o'clock and nre known as the mornlnif i
I draw. nllliiniKh "sUM In the shup nl 2 o'ebs'k In
I the afternoon Alter T o'clock In the een!ne.
i ' I the nurnliers siiiiomsI to lie drnwn in the eenlnic
j npnr In the shop mil then the ilu dends Ret
: j nt work To lie more rspllilt, let me take ou
R ' rlcht throuRli the Rame 'W.u ro Into the slinp
! ' ' and f-leil nny three numbers you desire, proud-
. , f Ine thev nre from one to seent elRht You ,
' t ' J write thesi' three nuuilM'rsoii n slip ol n,;x-r nnd ,
I hen bet nny amount ol money from one tent up to
il.fXK) with the iinderstninllr.R that In case our
lumliers nppesr In the column of llcures drawn.
,nu receive wlds of KM) to 1 Tor liistntue, 111
ake threi' nuni'iers now and write lliem on a slip
if paper In this sljle lit 111 2 Tims., three
Hinders constitute a r!r If I bet 10 renin n
hat R'lf I hlmply vwlte the ten lienealli the three
lumbers sclerteil nnd I linn I It over to the policy
rrller He writes the three numbers on n cnrlmn
heet mnklnR n copy for mo nnd n mpy for him
ell Then he takes n riiblier stamp and stamps i
h date upon the piece of pnier he Rl es me and I j
ccp Hint In my cket as n receipt This lltllo .
Irket written out simply umlauts the following:
I oii.' ii a", m.' !
itiin-M I in : !
'Thnl Ih a ticket that shows 1 hate played n
Ir for ten cents for the drawing Hint was to n
-nr on Hie mornliiR of (lit It). If I phicd It In I
ie etenliiR. the only illlTcrrnu would be that It
rould be staniln-d I'. M. Instrail of A M hen
gel my ticket I hare mode ny piny nnd I ro .
ut I return In the shop nRln nny time niter ,
ft'ilork to M-e whether I have lieen link I ro
ito the plnie nnd llnd n crowd lust like myself
KiklnR oter the list that has been Rlcen out ns
lie list of numbers that have Wen drawn Hint
lornlnR. There are ninny ol these lists lying
round the place hating been printed with n rub
er slnnip mid copied from n list sent mil by tho
ackers ol the illcy Raine. This list of num
ers Is refetrisl to by the plaers as the slip. II It
onlnlns Hie numbers I plarl, no mutter what
nrl of the slip they nre on so Ioiir as they were
i thn same column, 1 would consider myself n
rlnncr of 810. Tho slip would bo something
"You see. tho three numbers comprising my Rig
iro in tho lull column It mntlers not how they
nnii!, whether llrst. last or ill any pnrt ol the slip,
in long ns they nre in one of the udiinins. 'I ho
nci Hint they nr there makes me a winner. I ro
ip to the writer or litis of the policy shop and I It 11
urn I've made a hit, I then present the ticket whic.i
I roi enrller ill the day, mid which contains my
Tic. nml 1 hand It over to him. and he counts out
lu lor the 111 cents I played You may notice on
lie sample slip which I hnvo lieen using for Hills
irntini; the game Unit the llguro ID is in the second
'oliiiiui ni mil ns in the llrst ioIimui.
J he other numbers of my gig, III mid
12 iln nut appesr 111 Ilia around column, therefore
I cannot collcrt double, which I could do if Hie Rig
ippiarrd on both sides. II it did appear on hoiTi
nilea I could gel S20 for the u cents I invesled.
Sow 1 am common, ,n - to dream Isvniise such n
Ihlng very seldom hnpiieni 'I he hackers of the
icnme work it so that they Just feed out enotiRh
money to due people Into pln lug it 'I here is
renlly no drawing such n.s Is supposed to ociur
line man ntlcuds to that rml ol it, and simplv
inakrs up Ihr blip aflrr he has n copy of all Ih'o
plays mnilr in the rlly lie makes up the slip so
ns In pay out as little money as lnwsllile. Of
rourse. he has to keep pulling out hall to keep the
Eamr going I'cplc who play two or threo lenii
on a gig and plav lists of thirty or forty rIrs et cry
morning and night are likely to make one hit In
two da-; lliey may Invent ftbo In (our da
nnd then win hack 2 nhloh In not a rery profit
"Hut to return to the slip we ham been consider
ing, that comulning the list of numbers supposed
10 hnte Iki'ii drawn. While I might be playing a
Rig some other fellow would is' plnylng wlinl is
known ns horse or n snddle smldle is inadn
up ol two iiumlM'rs, and II 1 were In saddle the R R
111 HI (12 I would hate three saddle, namcl,
the combination ID 40. the lomhinallon 111 ol
and llm combination lo OJ 1 could play nny
nninunl of money on thesa naddl'H Irom one lent
up I he mlds Riven by a x,li, t shop on a saddle
nn 2i to I II I didn't want to saddle the cnilrn
Rig 1 iimlil Himpl) .lav the saddle alone meaning
Hi otihlnatlnn ol any two numbers, or I might
libit ii horse whli h is a combination of lour
uiimliers, lite numbers, or ant thing up Of
course a combination known as a horse wilisinoro
If H lome.s mil, hut it cost proportionally morn
niniie In play n horse than It ih to piny n irig
11 I won nt n inoriiiiiR plav I would prohnhly go
lunk and pla in the alternonii. and drop tun,
tiionet I originally won Aceo-ibne to llm rules
of the Rame. all morning plajn must Is-In Isdoru
tim n and nil itenitiR ilns before fi o'clock.
'1 lie majority of the pints made arc made In -ran
Mntii iits of three niiiiilief" or. nn I said before,
in Rigs In other words. otl will llnd upon Intra
tlRnll n Hint m re p dicy plaers play gigs Ihati
ila horses or saddle.
"On Ihelower I ast Sldeof theilly In the rotirth
and .Setcnlli waMs and the district lying east
of Hie llowery lei ot I mirteenlh street, the gamn
Is phi Mil in smnll sums from twoientsto twenty
llre Vow and then some bartender will I lay '
as high n2 nn a Rig, cMcctitiR to win two bun- I
dreil I'm neiiininled with n bnrtender In nil
Kail hide salm u nhn dajs J2 on n rIr nlRht
nnd inornlnR nnd keens up the play the ear
round He srinls uliiit 8I.2INI n year on tlm
game and wins Mifl or f UW. Then be ronslders
himself luckv Vinonif the poorer rlasses of the
il) you will find nearl all ol the palroiusof the
game I have known scrub women on tho I'nst
.Side who go mil nnd work linrd nil ilnv lo earn
llfly tents nnd siieiul forty cents of It trlng to
win a fortune In lollry They sKnrt alniul 10tl
n yeir on the gnme nnd nre lucky If they get a
return ! !." for what tliey spend Hut when
the Rame tnkrs hn'd on n person It's worse than
either ii'liim sninklng or heavy drinking You
lan't shake It nlf n go through Hie street
to ntlfi.il In some business and the llrl IhlliR
j on us- Is a nuiids'r on n wagon and another on '
n mr nnd ymi slmplt Ret ymtr bend lull of num
bers and the i og w hi els of our brnln gel so Innglisl ,
tir In numbers Hint the machinery of jnttr In
trlliTt stops When .von Ret lu lids condition, I
you nre liable In ro up In one of your friends nnd
nsk hl'ii lo Rive jou a RlR, tnrnntl't" I" silggrflt '
thne tiumls-rs for v.m In I lav or you may ro Inlo
Hie potlrv shoo nml s'nd several hours them
looking over the ltiek iiumbi r Imok. on may
nsk some of voor negro friends to sugRest n Rig
o. is. i'i nviou of three numbers, believing Hint
lie will lull g on link
"Tlm' r eilb the fail that amoiiR Ihe riiensa
tlieg men lolli t lollcv sknnw"nvike 'Ibey
re', r m Ih pohev shops ns ioke s'ioi s 'nsl
if the n di end tioti dreams for the numbers
lluv i lav 'Ibev will tell you that If )mi dream i
of nn I'b-enl friend J'oti slnuiM I la n saddle or
.oiiiblnatlon nl ihe liuti'l" rs I- 11. The II tell
voll If n'l drenlll of antes lo play I 11 41 I
'I he will also li'l you llnl t 11 4 I Is a Rig In '
plav If in'i dresm of s In. nmollvi' In .o.iie
inhi'V sbois this mi bu nili'ti ol run hers Is
known as the loc .motive glR In others II is
known as the am le rIr In other ijaies It is
known ns the banana elR or the railroad gig
Hill vou'll llnd thai Hie t r.'lesslonal toliev i lncr ;
can Inl-r. ret nnv wtrt of diea-.i so Hint hell gel I
nurnliers to i lav fo- Hint particular dream To
ilreim of re1ri? a cow go npn ladder you nre
suiio-ed to plnv nunilsT I ns the eleventh mini
1t thnl Is to npis-nr on the policy flip. If pl
onlv plnv ,.ne num'-.-r Instend nl plnv lie n gig
the tollrv bnel er Rlvey.'tior nresui t' ' tnelf
vou o.ld of I'v I one 'Ihet'll tell inn If Jmi
dreini of s stenndi 'it mi Inn I Hint Hi" prois-r
lldsg t il wo il.l Is' In t Inv iniinl er I'leveii ns '
the third nunil-'r of Ihe minimi of ligurcs whlrlt
nre stiptosisl lo lie drawn li tin- lottery ;
I be i Mfess nnnl is lirv pi ver "I the Tende loin
will VII vnu in id'' . eigromlsilngof IS . 71
if ou dream of nn '-'el Inni ortoi.lav-'l 3i -,.'l
If w.u dream of n wig tnnker In (act. Iliev havn
nutiitsTs for al eosl everv word in the dn tionar
If vou drenm of nti nitre- 1'iev will ted you to
plav 11 .til ."I, and 11 vnu dream of an angel
vou are sno'sised t t In". He saddle "f 11 o."
Tbev'll 'ell vou Hint t.'d'eam that ou hate your
right arm cut nil l sii-iullrnri' of Hie death of n
femnle relative nnd Hint vou shouM , la the,
saddle .1 Ti It vou dream vou are al a ball
ton are similised to eel up eirl in the morning
nnd Inv .11) .VI rts To dren-n Hist J'oil nre
taking n bnih means to Ihe viliev plivrr that
hernir thing lo'b' "'il''1 Is to fln.v I) H Id
If vnu drea-n .if hearing a bll ring the ts.llcv
fleml will nil oti ibni It 'igiiili-s misfortune,
h'll right on ton of 'Ins le'll till ou to i Inv 0 -II
W The ciml'innll 'ti 4 11 11 which I
tef'T-eil lii Is 1 no'in In llnrle-i ns Ihe bill rig
t p,Miy fiends know Hint 4 11 It i. bible
lo iime out as th-v miv lust a'niln I the 'mil
ilavs I'onseiiU'U'lv t i'v begin t.lnwtiR it eti ml
election dn m it If hev win '" after siudlng
a hnndreil Iliev i-nlilr ih'ri'eltes lurkv
Still, nn one rati unders'and why It Is that
nenple continue ilnving Ihe game when Ibey
know it Is n fnke The bnel . rs of It nre m.t'e
Ihnit highway rdib-rs luehwnyni'n will not
rnli n r.sir wnrisn who seircelv has enough iks
tnexlst on. but 'lie indict b.ii krr gets all the money
she imsesses, innMiig her along from dnv to day
b promising her lirge returns for small invest
merits I know n wo-nsii who lues In IMnin-ry
street nnd d's-s wnshimr for living nlthouirli leu
M'srs ntrn she owrusl lit" tenement hoilsis , n the
t'nst Side She niongigid tin' homes nnd the
monev she ralsisl dnbl bsl nwav urtil 'he couldn't
fnv her interest Her ro-ertv wns -old under'
forfrl.enire The fsnult's ilnwufnll due in
tlrely to Hi"" nritln -'s Infatiintii.n for the game '
of loiterv toliry I'ven to dnv 'his enir wo.naii
lnv Is-s,-ep in one nl the l"avt S.de si sll'ixing t
the ga"' for 'i'ti"l nr eight cents nften nfur
doing a I an' ilnv's wi rt she gie-s to the policy
shun on I'eianiev 'tree! nnd stands Ihere for two
or th'ee hours turning the leaves of a tliueib
(.tnlrcd UhiV on dreni's ed ntitibers Vow nml
then she mav l- -e,n Mi king uinillnallo'is of
numbers out of a big lm 1 v wi II reTiilel d
polle- (.hop tins a Ivt f nur b r for the be u-llt
of 'he onlrot's of the i-n-'ie 'llie-e uutnliers av
irinted on bllle nooibn bloi'ks and If Ihe isihev ,
lister bssn't b-d n itreini lu n dnv ortwo ho
thru its bis hand into this lmx nnd drnws nut nun
of 11 vi"v elgh' iil"i"s therein lie wri', s
lbs' number on n tdecenf i aier nnd tntesa e-o d
and e ibi'd ' "e M I " 'hr, e numbers thus e'ei t,',
mniiirlsr n gig 'hat the i 'nver r. fe- in ns n hnnd
oiit If ' t lavs numbers sled hv the bstiil
gr i Id 'ng r c 'S nrd fsi's '.. ,,.nt e s winner , r
whst iliiio, niiilili I e retnr h In the pinlni
nnd C "is I's 'he no1 cv dresn ii; TI ere to
lean r. 'In' I e oiit-l'l to i b v nun her 1 on thn
In ir'h ml tv enlleth of il r month numbers .1 and
1 on He 'on h fit tie couth otimH-r 111 on His
e'evenihof the n'onth. II on 'he mil. o' 11 enmnth.
nml so on Or he i'in ci'sult n rc' i,' rn-ds
There be I'll! find Hint there nre nurnliers fur
everv earl In the one'. lie wilt flpil Hint pn
tijel s Ihe d-t .e of "lul" s ip'enre In the shnn "III
1.11 1 I in to nbiv n soldle 111 l'l The nee of rln
ironi's Is su-'t".s-ii lo renris nl fUns n mirp thlpif
end thi me of s des ''i2 es a iiii'"b"r thatwlll ,
lertalnly come out in the rext drawing
"(if (nurse. In ruse these numlrrs don't nppnr
the ml.e llend l told tint In- Is nol lurkv with '
cards nnd should have 1,-r, r io".lnn from a
niirnler fuiin Ion a table In Ihe nollevshop If lm
gfn's to the doniinnes and ph ks tin n sN donl je
Jl- Is pill to plav the gig. II ,V, M When
that ilo-sn 1 come out ncrordlng to his Ideas he jj
tnke Ills illeni s nt III- l"'ers of (b- tlobnle) '
TJiev nr" fniim' on ll!l!e tfrl M- In a 1 1 n lib b li..
Is nt lllerlv toilrnw from and If he should hnpivn '
to draw ihe leiter A. he I prnnimlv 'old to nlav i
I A Id If be selerts (fie letter II, h-Is (old In
plnv til- gig. 2 S 211 Thus il tonilnin n
Hie way down Ihe line Iretn lu '. with rotr-blto,. .
tli.nsoinumlersfnreverv l"er Thenrofevsl nnl
p.lliy plnjrr ihi lias numbers nnd gigs for ei-rv
name that ei-r wns lietrd of (' nseuu, ntlt. If ,
li- ineeH n friend narn'il ralfll, lie will Inim-fll-otely
go In n iitny slum and plnv 111- glg.lH--21
m. If Miss Matilda .lolnf-on meets Miss
livangellne Thompson, on Setintli nienue i
livnrg'llrie will ro loli-r fntorHe mlrv Minp ami t
there lonsuli the namcl ool. whhji tells her that
Hie lnllldi gig ls.11 o(i m,H In llm mennllnie '
Miss Mntildn rnny I - around el h-r (nvorlle hop
l.ln.vlnR'llie lltangelln-rlg. ttlilih Is suppo-nl o
le II M) Til Of r urse. there Is nisi, a list of
men's nn lies nnd lli-v ro so.net'.lnir nj,,. (,H. ,
The be gig 2 (17 7(1, Ih-Adnlr bus rlrr. 21
.11 2. ili-KrnsmiiirlR. It i2 7H; Hi-I'nlirnlni
gig. 1 ,K) 7.1 (ilorge Is 2 I I!, while flen- ,
Jnniinls.il A I .'.A lsa:ie Is snpihised lo le n I
ruiddl", U It' The don ill gig Is HI -u- in ,
and 111- Josh mi gig IN Id Ml In fne, lirr,.
Is a r'r lor ctcrv nnnie that vns eti r heard of '
Ol course, Ihe imllcj plnvers ns a rill- add their '
ngc ton glgor asnddl- Ji.st for link, ns ibey sav
'lhe plnv gigs for the ilnv of the iiionih they wern
lu.rii, and will nil jou thai If .vou Mere horn on Hin
nnii of ihe iiiouiii, ou shoiii i pin; to ,17 ,m
When the nurnliers fall to appear In Ihe net draw ,
lug. someone In tho policy shop it III mil your i
attention lo Ih- N'll-f tlml the Huh of the monlli
is it da) on will h peopl" who fall shk rnrelv re
inter; iiiiih-iiiiiii) IndiiR an unhaky ilnj.'ihnt
gig should not have Inn phited. . lonUoul nt
llie dmr will trv lo explain why n pnrlliulnr tip i
Hint In- gave ymi did not pan out, hut if .vou hep
pen to h- the iersoii among ihe ninny huiulrid ha
lips during the nay, who is lucky enough to mnkn
n winner, he will call upon )uii to stake him for
RjllllR 3 fill n Rood gig of course, lie tins been
giving a ililfrnnl rir lo etrry iw-rson that has
iiilereil the shop, and If any one Jul jijx'ns lo win.
the lookout will say that he foretold nno of Ills
.Now let us return lo Hie dream end of the game.
'Ihe pike piny cr who dreams of u man with red '
hair will play I tl ill. II hedrramsof a woman
vtilh red hair he'll pla) A II 40 In other words, '
the nil headed woman Is four imiiiis heller than
Hie riilhtmled man Some ol the advlto Hint
)nu will gel in Ihepollcy shonls Inplay 4 13 A2
II )nu dream of a faro hank, mid play a singln
number II you dreniii of a hand organ If win
drrmii of the new moon play number .1, of a dead I
.nan, number IP, of drnwlng uelh, ,12, ofaRrnve,
7, ol a dead child, 1, ol a dead musician, Is, ol n I
live Inbsirr, til, of n dead colored woman, A, nl a
man slinking hands with a horse. A",; of a cow !
Jumping over n friite, 22, m n roloriil man sliding
down Hie Iront ol a hull. ling. 7, of an Irishman,
17; ol a Duuhiuan, 1 1 ll you happen m dream
that you are the I'rcsi lent of the l nltcd Stales,
ou are siipp.i..ei to play to U) 71 'I his Is
inlle.1 Hi- I'ri'siilentinl gig '1 here arr a lot of
Hill llr an's Iriends oter on the Hast Side who
have been playing ll (or a number ol enrs, hut
they don't seem In make a hit However, If you
dream Ihtl oii are pulling ireth out of a wnnder
ing snake you rcny read 111 the dream bisik that
you should play)l. U you drcain that j ou ore
an undertaker embalming a body you are mip
P"foil Ui play 32. If you happen to dream thnl a
black iIor Is chasing a white bear over the ns)f id
a house you nre supposed lo play number S 11
there Is more than one dog rhaslng the lienr the
professional poke llrnd, fwpecially the lelluw yot;
nieet up on .Seventh or Hlghth avenue, will, tell
ou In play H IS OA. 'J hen lliero In the ilrad
eat gig, n crnss of gold Rig, the cucumlicr RlRi the
woshiiih gig. ihe vinegar RlR, the onion Rig, tho
panialouii gig. Hie mustard gig, th- nirdlcine
Rig, lb- milk Rig, the coltro gig, tho bread rIr,
I Hie meat gig, the coal gig, the garter RlR, the
Rrasnhopiicr Rig, tho egg gig. Ilia corpse gig, tho
crab rIr. ilia era) rir, Ihe elopement Rig, tho
marriage gig nnd the divorce gig. Then thrro
Is tlm nose gig, the foot gig, tho head gig, tho
hand Rir and the Ire glR The colored poller
plavcr of thn Triidcrhilii who happens to dream
of Ihr devil has at least a thousand Rigs or com
bination of numbers that fit in for tvrry sort of
thing that tho divll Is supposed to do If ho
drrams that he seen Ihr devil descending Inlo
hell it means thai he will lie successful In playing
1) 11 IH, hut if he dreams he sees the devil com
Ing up he will multiply thn nuinliers of the gig
by itt.i and plav IH 22 JM
"There in a gig for ever) kind of melal that
was eve' known and for every s0rt of precious
stun- TJiers Is also a rIr for rvery (lower that
ever Rrew and for overt' sort of animal that ever
walked on four fe-l. If Ihe newspapers contain
nstor.1 of a murder, the pollry (lends Immediately
rush olT nnd play the murder gig, whlrh Is known
ns 7 1,1-20. l'nr rvery nrllrlr of clothing ever
worn by n man or woman Ihere Is a gig named
nfl-r (lint nrlli le Tli-n (here Is tho h-er gig and
the whiskey gig and the gin gig. The gin rIr
Is the one that Is rdajed mostly by the negroes
nf (Irealer .S'ew ork I p In Twenty seventh
street, near Seventh avenue, there Is a nepro
known as til- moon man. I'ollry players from
nil over Ihe rlly go to hi in for numbers, and lin
Riven out tomldnatlons whhll he tells them nra
received directly from a policy spirit that Is In tho
moon. The tmwd who go to w- him are poor.
Ignorant fellows, who Micro everything he tells
them. If Vou call on him for a lucky gig he will
tell you a long story of how he was very III one
llm-, when he Hied down South, and during his
llllit-ii there cam- to his bedside a little fat whit
man, 'no bigger 'an that,' and he ll measure oil
the sire of the fat man by lioldlng out Ills arms.
Atcordlng to Ills slor.t the llllle fat man wan the I
original man In the n'mn. He came down nnd
gave the Invalid wonderful powers to pkk lucky
mimlcrs. Of (ourse. Hi- moon man now doesn t
send numbers mil unless he gels paid (or Ihrm,
lusause. nsliociplalnslt. lie Is altogether dllfcrcnt
from the original moon man, for (lie reason that
the original Mlow (oiild lite on atmosphere nnd
tloud snndw lilies washed down by rain, while lie,
the Tinderloln moon man, has to pny cold cash
for whnt he enls and drinks In nnd around the
Ti tid-rloln. II It wnsn t (or that, he sny ho
would Rive ntiniliers away free The Hast Sldo
ubo lms a moon man In Hie tierson of an Ilnllin
IsMilbl.tck. who has a stand on Ihe llowery. He
linn the entire nuiiilirr of Rigs In the sdli) s)slem, '
w lib li Isover Tfl.triiO He II give ) ou one nnd Mime
other ftllow niiolher. and soon, and if any on-of
the people u Ins lie II demand a share of the mulie)
won of lours", h- Is like the racetrack tout for
he has alw a) s n sure w trim r,
'.Now let me tell vou something about the other
ind of the gania It would take me several )ears
to tell )iiu all ulniut the platers, but I have said .
enough In show )ou tho class uf xsiple Ihey arc
'1 he other end ol the game is run by a cumhina
ti.. ii ol men. the chid of them being known as
the tsjlicy king '1 Ids man Is will known to
pnltllii.ius In tills rlly. He has oftrii taken nn
acilve vin in politics. He hasdltiilcd the illy
tii lilt" districts and sold llu privilege of tunning
Ihe Rame in cachnl theso districts, t'onseiinciitly
Ihe man who hacks the imllcy Rame on the
Hast Side is not the same fellow who backs It
on the Uesl Side III each district there is a
lcadiunrters where Ihey reecivu n cup) of tho
pla.vs made in emh shop twite a day The ills
Irut backer pa.vs the rent of the policy shop and
also Ihe coal mid gas bills. In addition In this,
he pnvs a i-ommlssiiin lu ihe manager ol each
shop, the commission Is'Iiir a iiens'iitage ol the
money taken in for pla)s. If a particular shop
is compelled to iay out a large sum ol monev. tho
manager id that shop is a loser to the evteut that
be ma lose a wees's coiumivunns 'Inke It
from my end. (or Instance 1 am here In charge
o( a shop and receic ale ut X12 ft mouth (or the I
evpcnsc.s ol running the place Iamals.in.ssist.il
to Hie client of having tw n-lerss or sheet writers ;
lien th" time comes lor me in s -nil the hsi ol '
the plats made in mv place. 1 simiil) shut oil
i ii taking nnv more ami send n cnrism sheet to
the tllsir'it Isiss II must bo In his thhsscssi'ni
at least one hour belnre Ihedrawing Nnnnmniml
Aflrr I furnish him with a cp ol m wri le:i
shrel. the -hop Is'isimes dull (or In hour miinr
as business ts i.nieriu"l lloweir, the crowd
who pla) gather ami wall anxiously during that
hour (or a messenger to arrive (rum headiiiarti'-s
with the result m that drat.lng I h- niessen
Iter comes down here and brings me a iwar on
wliUh the following is printed
: oi-roni'ii m, Uoiimno. :
j St'l'I'I.CMKNTAL UHVWISll Nt'UUUIt 060. '
: Class A. :
: r.j-js je. :
i Ky. 27 4e-a: 1-10 no 7 4 : si - I
: s j 7.1-n. :
"As soon as Ihe almre result Is brought to tho
shop I'm s caking of my shop now 1 stmilv
IK up a rubber stamp with the numbers arranged
lu the two columns as Ihey are there. Ihey Is'in.r
the winning nurnliers and I put a man at work
stamping slips of inter or ninklng whnt is com
monly known nn the slip. 1 slnnip nbnut three
or four hundred of these slips so Hint nnv pntron
run ionic In nnd take half a doen ol them II ho
want- to bring them around to his friends You
re Ihere are thousands o eopie who play policy
but who ni ver gu near a policy shop. They
send ll.ilr tin) ri nroitnd by n meisrugrr 'I hen
the mi-s'-nger returns about Hie lime Ihe !p
comes mil, as we sa) nnd he Intes n copy of Ihn
lit to the won he made the lay for enrller In
the dn II he finds n hit he comes right back
with the Hi let I Issued early In the day In hlm.
I'e hands the lieket over I look at It and see if
Ids comhlnntion of numbers has np enrrd lu
either of the columns If two of his numbers
a .fear in one rolilmn and onr in the other hn
does not get nnylhlne That Is not a hit They
musl lie all In one rnluinn unless be spedallv
agreed In plav what Is called a cross gig which
which is two numbers on onr side and one on tho
other We give very Utile odds on eri-s glrv
however, but mnnv I eople who olsv n i'ig straight
will t lav it cross,-,l also so thnl thev have a better
chance of getting their money bnck Hv putting
n frn trnls more on n twenlv llve-cenl-glg 1
should ssv on n .2A rIr for that's the wnv we
tall, ol gigs when we refer lo gprs In which Ihe
sum nf twentv five cents Is plaved to win 2A If
the rIr should baiipen to come out with two num
ters on nn- side and one on th- other the playrr
Rets the money back he pltved on the straight
rir. s soon ns 1 llnd that Ihe numbers nf thn
gig plaved nnoenr In either enliimn 1 pny over
the nmotint the gig mils for
"Thr winner will irn nlmnt telling nil of his
friends nml he'll nrobsblv tell nhmtt fifty or a
hundred i-mle who never pin veil the gnme.
The neil dnv these eople send srniitid money
nnd Irv Iheir lurk and so Ih- number of tbovo
who I Inv polirv is nlnnvs on th-lnrrease. Tho
llflv friends this on- fellow might bring In would
prnbnblv no' make a hit in a year nlihmieri thev
might lav- every day Th-v could lake a lend
pencil and llgiire nut that thev had about two
hundred chan es nut of TrVHM of winning and
even Ihen Ihey would not b- right (or ther haven't
even that nundier of chances Still, they com
rlrhl elan? If any nn- did make a hit
and 1 didn't have enough p'on-y here with Hut
da)'s recrltils to nav Ihe amount of lint hit 1 i
would simplv tell him lo rnme around tomorrow
and then I would let the winner wall a dny tlm
snm- as 1 htv- to do to make my rollerllnn from
Ihe dlslrlrt hridminrler The nvl hav the hit ,
would b- paid, but the fellow wlnnlnr would prnli
ablv lose It all nenln In a f-w davs.
"The ganiernnnnl be bent-n foriherenson lhat
il Is n gnme where Ihe bnekers simplv pav nut
about 1 per cent n( whnt Ihey (j- In Thev
may do ihls (or two or three davs nnd then ihey
may not pay out even one twentieth nf l n-r cent
for nnolher week Still man) peopl" who knmv I
this lontlniie in nlay the game eTn-etlng tn mnk
o big 1 Mini nnd then Mnp suddenly, but tti-v nter
make the hnnl nnd Ih-i'nevcrstnp ("on'ciiiirpijr
the Rnme goes on, Interrupted now nnd then onlv
hv spasmodic movements on Ihe part of Hi- pol(I
who make an arrest Just for record purposes "
Th- man wlm told the almve story has
bei n In Ihe policy business for twenlv vears. Jn
said that there were many Independent shops In
th- rlly whose proprietors simple work- nn their
own hook, having no lonn-cilnn whli Hi- jiij.
backers of Hie Ram- further than to makearnnRe
menls for RdtlnR 111- psiilt of the lottcrv draw
Ihr tw he a day for Iheir gi'ldnriie. He nlso said !
Hint there are nl l-nrl two liundred pollcv shops i
whore the enveloi- game Is worked In Ihls -llv"
In these plans men and women have a f linnc-in .
Ins- their money more rapidly lhan In the shops
where ihe returns nre recdved only tithe a ilnv
The plnvers In these plnies simply slnnd around
after writing out lli'ir pbi)s for three or four mln
uies Tlun the proprlelor of the gnme pulls nn '
envelop- off a hook on lb- wnll. takes out Hie slln
It ( onlnlns nnd wlih n plere of chnlk copies Uio
numls'rs on Ihe lip on n hlnckl nnrd The players
tlun irowd tirounil the blneklsiard nnd study thn
columns of llgures in see If (heir gigs come mil
If Ihey make n hit Ihe money Is paid right over
the munler Thne or four minutes Inter llm
liliickbo'ird in ilean-d o(T and a new enveloi- is
pulled nlf llieliook In the envelope polirv Ranio
there are usually 100 ilrawlnRs a ilnv "posled
Anyone who wants In lose money rapidly ran Rr
lulu one of these places, for Ih-re nre nlwnvs a
hanger on or a slip carrier in or about ev -ry saloon
nrnr n policy shop. The proprietor ol theenvelopo
Rnme makes up his own slips bv writing Ihe num
Irrs at his homr nnd bringing a bum h of env eloX'n
down to hla shop every morning.
In nearly nil of Ihe rlty's Institutions, the In
mnles. or the majority of them, may be ilass-d as
policy players. Tills Is rsis-ilally true of Hi
rlly prisons where many of Ihe prisoners send
their frlendH for Ihe slips Warden HfiRi n of llio
Tombs has had a hard time of il with his policy
pla) ing prisoners JCeeper Hanley, whoso busl.
ncss ll is in seanh visitors to the prison, lakes up
a collection of policy slips ever- day and Mimo
daj s he has hod an many an 200 on his desk
These have lieen taken from the pMd.ots of visitors.
Deputy ard-n I'lynn Is kept busy rubbing num
lera off Ih' walls of the cells for a farge number of
Ihe prisoners employ their time In writing glgn on
the w alls The same may tw said oi tho prisoners
on DlackwcU'a Island.
TWO DEATHS IN OKLAHOMA
nvsAMiri: Dtt'K's mini have a
tltlKMt ritO.1l ASKOTAhCK.
NerTjanil Almofil Hlmult"e0" Knit nt nil
1'arttculur Enemy- I'Iimm I" the Ut '
llnd Mnn-An ltimilt t n Will Ar.nKed
llnndk.rrhlef Duel with Hill Halton.
VAHlllN(lTt)N, Not. 4. -"One of the most
' peculiar colnildcncos that ever happened In tho
territory," said ficorge Tarsney, of (lulltrle, Okln.,
"wns the dose finish mailo a couple ol years aRii
by two of the toughest propositions down In our
nrrk of ll, Charley Clifton, bettor known as Dyna
mite Dick, and lle.1 llitck Wakeman. They
were riddled within thirteen miles of each other,
one on a Sunday and Hie other ou a Monday,
by dlllerent men MloRclher, nnd up to the end
neither of the bad men had the slightest notion
that tho other was within hundreds nf miles,
else they would probably have gone alter each
oilier, for they were deadly enemies.
The IIrIh that Clifton put up against the purse
' "I nine marshals who finally put It on hlm and
wound hlm up In the door of Sid Williams's shack
was characteristic of tho man. He was a bad
lot, Ihls Charley Clifton, but thin has got lo lm
said of hint: he was a flRhter In thn open. Ho
wan never known to crack a Run from ambush.
After this noiso had chased hlm oil over the Cher
okee Nation, making the Rame so swift for hlm
that he voluntarily lurloughed Ids Rang so as
to Rlvo earh man an even chance to so,urne out
of llio nrtwork of hunters, he mndo for Shi j
Williams's rabin nt Clircotnh In the Ctrnd
munlry, with the resolve of mnklnR his Inst stake
there. Williams, although nn honest man him
self, was nn old friend of Cllllon's, and the des
'rndu knew Hint lie could ili'imul umn hlm.
Williams lived In the shack with Ids wife and two
children, nnd when Dynamite Dick turnrd up
he gave hlm the Is-sl welrome he knew how, for
Hie two men had been Isiys toRether tn low a.
When tho nine marshals finally loratnl Cllllon
and surrouiidrd Williams's cabin, tho bandit
probably knew lhat his kite was punctured, for
he said to Williams
" 'Sid, you're not In on this drnl; keep out of
It, nnd slop fumbling them guns 'Ihls Is a
game o' solitaire and I'm going to plav It with
my boots on and without an) loaddng '
"'I hen, Instead id limbing bis light from tho
cnbln window holesnnd from irncks Is'tween
the log", like some less nerv) had men bnve dolio
when similarly rounded up. he pushed Williams
and his wife and children into a lomrr of thn
shack, gaveench of Ihr Iwo kids n hug hr had
a touple of his owni 'sre and then he grablssl
the two guns mil of his belt l)ltig on a bunk,
sprang to the in bin door, threw it wide open,
and raTr Hie .vein
" 'nver)lHslv blae"
"He opened fire ou the group ol marshals all
(d them mounted, with ihe words, nnd got (our
id lliem pretty bndlv liefi.ro thev let hlm havo
the volley that sent hlm over the big divide
"Wakeman didn't make such a bad (liilsh,
either. nllhmiRh he did it Irom the brush Ho
wnn on the f'hrcotnh (mil, most likely Imund lor
Wichlln. Knn where lie had Irle ds, when tho
two mnrshnls who had lieen bentlug the two tor
rltorles lor hint enme up behind hlm on (mil lie
did not hear their approach, but plodded on in
apparent sense of Mvuritv
llev. there. lied.' one of tho marshals called
after hlm when onlv thirty feel separate I them,
'arc you ready to stroll along with us now,, or Is
It a case of shoot"
"the marshals told us afterward in (iuthrlo
that Wakeman didn't even wheel around lu see
l( he was covered n-s he was hi the (our Runs
id the two marshals hut slmpl) made a sldr
vvlse trap Irom the trail Inlo the brush, mi quickly
that the (our halls thin sent after hlm ns he made
th- move enme nowhere nenr hlllitiR IiIpi 1th
onlv his held nnl shoulders st. king nbnve tho !
brush. Wakeman turned upon his hunters, who
were still shunting a' hlm and Is-gnn Ids lire
'lose o' shoot" he jelled 'You liet nnr
'He went Into eternity with that word on his
lips rothi r a ih.vrnctcrMIc dual word of a bad
man If somewhat hnrritjing .Neither of the
marshals was grne.1
' I klict I hurley t llllon when be was n chubliv
foccd Ikiv In Daveniort la. nenrl) n iiimrter
ol a centurv ago lie helniigisl to a nice fnrdlv
of (eople had a lot of brothers and sisters wlm
are now Mattered throughout Hie orthwest and
wasnlmiitns nice ilean intelligent, upright a
little chap ns vou'l wnnt lu uus-t lie used tn
mine nround to the grocer) store In Dnvenisrl.
where I then worked ns n clerk, plant himself
on un upended koR and -sier me to spin )nrns i
for hlm I took unite a fnnrv tn Hie hoy, and
lied mvsrlf black In the fair IrllltiR Mm of tho
band In baud enenunters I had had with Indians,
and all that sorl of thing The Clifton family
moved nwny from Davenport before Charley
was eleven venrs old and the nr1 time I saw tlm
Imy was In Kansas Cilv, abnitsrven )ears later.
He was then working in n hardware store and
he was still all right and honest, with nothing of
Hie bad man ntmui hint I hnppcncd Inlo tho
slum accidentally arid rceognirrd the )otine
fellow rli'htoll ash-ili'l me
"'You're all right old man' he ssld tn mr. 'if
i jou are the wnrsl 'aklr that ever trtnl to stuif
1 a kid D ve remember them Inuin varus"
i "Well, the noil time 1 saw I harhv Clifton ho
I was Ilvnsmlle I'lek and bad ll was soon after
1 the nis'tiing of the lest Oklahoma slrlp. and my
pardner and myself were on our wav down III
a prairie chiitier In locale a business plant t e
tik Ihe trail from Wichita and It was a bad
trail at that i that we didn't inver verv much
ernund In a ilnv We had Iwen nit nb nit eight
dnys nnd had got pnttv well inlo the terrllorv.
I whennn-nlirh'. lust as we were rriinrimr tnninl-e
cnmti In th" wni'on three men on horsebnek ro.le
UP In Hi- moonlight In our outfit. Thev didn't
' make nny hostile demnntratnns hill I didn't
like the nnsv wnv thev siril our oillllt un with.
nt Hint 1'lnnlly one of them rode lo the rear
ind of the wagon where I wns hustling nround
with the rooking grnr making rrady for sttpier,
and said tn me ,
"' nvthlne much In Ihe wagon, rap"
"I kind o" thought the vide- sounded familiar '
nnd 1 bulked up nnd b"ik n gnnd I1- k nt the ntnn's
fne- in t'." moonlight. It wns Charley ( llfin
He hadn't rerognlreil me In the shadow rnst by
the srhnnn-r's limsl '
"'Whnt the devil's that tn you' said I, going '
on with my psuwrnssllng.
"'Well.' snld h rnnl as yon please. 'I'm under '
fnrnglug orders from Hill, nnd 1 guess I'll lako
whnt you'To gut ' .
"'I' lie damned If ynti ain't a pretty nenry i
ombrev' ssld I 'Hill who" I
"'Hill Dnllnn.' he replied nulct HI,,., and I guess
I mnd' a pretly nulck turn on hlm Ihen
"'W'hv darn vnur skin Cllllnn ' snld I. stinking
I n pan nl hlm (nr Ihe Ihlni' made ne (eel pretty
I warm 'dn ynu mean to tell me that vnu've rnnn
and Rnt vnurself tidied up with Hill I'nl'uti's
liuncli of tutlhrnats What the devil dn ynu
mean bv It. hev I've gnt n good notion In null
you olf thnl horse and spank you, like I've donn
many a tlmeliefore"
1 "The young fellow reeognlred me. nnd hnd
the grnce to look n bit nshnriod of himself Ho
cnlleil me out bv nnme. gave me his bnnd Impelu- .
nusly and I guess he was pretty glnd In see me '
Hut he wouldn't give up nnv Information nlnutt '
himself, other than Hint the Hill Dnllnn rnttr;,
with which he wns mnnei led wns being closely i
pressed bv n isisse on nceounl of n l.lg m. roll
liery ilonnln l.nngTlew. Tet nnd that thev were
pretty shnrt of rntions which was the reason he
had riibherniiktd around our schooner when
wr hove In slghl.
"'Well, mr Ind' I snld tn him. 'ynu rnn hop
In here nnd food until vnu bust, even If ynu hnvo
lierome n rob er nf onesl men If nothing worse
Dnt devil the bite do your Pnrdners with ynu get,
nnd ynu dnn'l Into nnv of mv sltllf out of this
wagon tn vnur ramp nf killers, ellber '
"Cllflon. who was nlr-adv knnwn as Drnamltr
Dick, nl'hntigh I dldn'l knnw il, declined Ihe
Invitation, nnd sllnrllv nfterwnrd rnde nwny wllh
the twn men nlnng wllh hlm
"A enunle uf ve.irs nf'cr I had gnne Inlo busl
nrss In Outline, Chnrlev Cllflon walked In on
me one dav wllh a nlre looking girl on his arm
This was right after the big bmk mbl-rr at
Ingnlls, Okln . which wascnmmlllcdhy ih I)tl'nn
gang nnd I felt pre'ty cer'aln lhat Cllflon, this
former chubby fni-ed Isiv III known, who I nnw
knew was rrgnrded ns one nf the wnrst ilespern !
dues In Ihe iwntertllnrles, had lieen mlitsl up In i
Ihe rnblierv Ills npiiesrnnre In (iuihrlr liked .
to have taken my breath ownv
"'You were In Hint InRnll's Joli'' I said in hlm
when we Rot aw.iy from 111' yotinlr woman a mo
nient 'Don't you Ho in me, lxiy,' for I saw hlm
wnverliiR a lilt.
"He owned up In ll
"'Vlrll, what hnvo you rome to (Iuihrlr for
tn get hung?' I asked him.
ll' r'piled thnl he wasn't knnwn In rSiithrle
nnd that he had rnme Iher' In Ret his wife, thn
yniinR wnmnn with him, whnni he hnd mnrrleil
In Kansas City whin the Rirl was only founecn
"' Dors she know what ynu are'' I Inquired nf him.
"'No,' said he, 'and she won't, elthc, If I can
"He was put to Ihe ordeal on that question not
ten minutes latr He left my store wllh his
wlf'forn livery nlnble, where he was to grin leaiu
and pull nut for some polnl he wotildn I m-nllnn
tu me- and 1 dldn I want tn know, as farnslhat'N
concerned As Ihe two went down Ihe street,
Turk llack'lt. ihe proprlelor of a faro lavnut
In (itilhrie, and a pretly dangerous man, sliiml led
out of a saloon, drunk, and bumped hard ngnlnnt
Clifton's young wife. If Clifton hnd lieen alone,
Hackftt would havo been a dead man In three
soconilR As It was, Cllflon set his law down
hard, and simply turned and lonkrd llaekett
over. Hnckeii returned Hie siare, and then,
wlih the Impudence o( drunkrnness- he didn't
know Clifton from Adam - he walked up lo the
"'Don't like the humpln' game, eh, I'eley?'
he said, leering. 'Hut ynu 11 gel used lu ll, down
In Ihls country. .Have another, and he gave
ns had a man as there was In Ihe southwest a
shove with his right shoulder that almost threw
Jllm ol his feet. Then he stood and laughed
matidlinly Clifton walked up to his wife.
"'I ome on, Ornre.' he snld, and Ihe two walked
on down Hie sir'et
"Threo niomha later Uackett moved with hla
flyer faro layout to Southwest City, Mo. It wan '
only a week aflrr he had made the move that
Chaney CIKlon walked In on hlm one afternoon
Is-fore the game had oeneil up for play. A lot
of hangers on were standing around. C if Inn
approaihrd Ifnikelt floni behind and tapped
him on Hie shoulder. , ,.,, , ,
Have you got any tools on your Clifton asked
,," 'That's a monkey question .o ask," replied
ltarkrtt 'I've always got cm on me. What
It to ynu'"
, " 'Hicause,' replied Cllllnn, 'I've always mndo
It n practice not lo kill an unarmed man If I ran
help H And I'm Rnlng lu kill you oh soon n
you get lo your feel nnd face me.'
"Ilockitt won on his feel and faclnR him In
half a second, and he was dead two second' later.
The hangers on neTcr mndo a move. Cllflon
horse wns outside, nnd he left Southwest I Ity
I In a mild ranter, with noliody niter him- for
only a few months tiefnre tho llaltoii gang had
rnblxsf a bank tn Southwest City nnd killed a
I number of rill reus in thr brrnknway, and Ihe
1 iiroplr in thn town had got all they wanted of
bad man rbasltiR. , ,
Th- stnrv about Wilton's handkerchief duel
I with Hill Dalton was on the level The two men
had hern Rniwllng about the division of plunder
1 for a long while, until, about seven years ago,
I Ihr quarrel came lo a head, and Ihe two men shot
at each nlhrr In hot blond dnwn In the Chnrtaw
rountrv. both missing because their annoting
arms were thrown up bv memliern of the band.
Tin n both Dalton and Cllllnn made a deilaratlnn.
There wasn't room for both nf them In the snmo
gang. Thev were a unit on that polnl, (llllon
announced that he would quit the nutlll and start
a pang of his own Dnllnn wouldn't hnvo this,
i probably nut of fear as much as from sel(lhn' ss.
" 'All right said ( llllon. 'then we fight lhl
1 thing nut at iiowder singeing range, and the man
that lives. II rllhrr of undoes live runs this nutlll
i "There was liquor nlxinrd of all hands at Hie
Hmo of this lalk, and both Cllflon and Dallnn
1 were at least ball drunk, as Wakeman who was
I a member of the gang at the time, ronfrssrd when
I be was loikod up In flulhrlr. The duel was
qulrklv orrangrd With their guns tn their
right hands, the Iwo men grasjied the ends o( a
bandanna handkerchlel wllh their led hands. I
and stnod back tn back. Cat I'orman one nl
the worst memliers of the gang, Rave the com
mand tn fire. Dallnn lurched as he turned to
fire, and his nlslol was dlcharRcd prematurely
t llflon Rot Dallnn In the right sho dder and Ravo
hint a bad wound. Veilher man having been
killed, as was anticipated, Cllflon quit Ihe gang
forthwith and formed the organlrntlon of his
own that lerrorlred the two territories until tho
Under was rounded up."
CIWA'S HCIIHOI. HVI'KnZSTKSnRXT.
Somn Objection t Mr. Fry- Itccaufe IT Il
Sp'einl CahU Ptinttk fa Tan sen.
Havana. Nov, 4. A was eipetd, th
appointment of Mr. l'rye ol Iloiton as
8uprlntendsnt of Hchooli ilota not mt with '
thn approval nf a great many Cubans. Thn i
polities! "iiemlet nf Ktflor I.iinuza, th
Miilster of Justice, who favored th
nppolntntent of Mr. Krve. are busy making
capital against hlm. A meeting of th
prnfeitnrs and (anchors In the school I to b
bold to-morrow to protent agalnt th appoint
ment This meeting, which ha been organ
lrd by Dr. Valdea Rodriguez, will adopt reso
lutions objecting to Mr. Frye.becnuM ho U a
foreigner nnd Is not acqtialnUd with the
country. 'A further objeollon I that hs Is
u nab'' to esiahllfh a ch.iol yttem that will bo
mi sitisfacorr a th on that could b estab
llthtd by a Cuban.
This vnrv argument In th opinion of insl
b'e person here, strensthtn If r. FrjV cais.
What l wutit-d leant of all here I a Cuban
HiipsrlntemUnt who wns trained under th
Srnnlsh methods, which altvny left about 70
per cent, of the people IlllUru'v. The appoint
ment of ilr Frrt will not only establish the
American system, but It will prevent tho
fchooU from hfcominc n part of th Cuban
Ocn. I.ttdlow sailed for New York to-dar. Ho
sari hs Is going home touttendtoeome prlvat
bualneas und will return by th nuxt tamer.
II UK 1'I.AVMAIK IS A MAItllOVHK
Mlft Hoard ,ntH a Writ nT llribeni Corpu
for Iteillleldt Kniirtfi-n Years n rrlRiiuer,
.lustlie (iliRerich Rrnutid n writ ol habroa
! corpus )rsterday dlmtlnR the authrnltles of th
Manhaltau State Hospital, Ward's Island, to
1 produce William II. ltcdllrld In court on W.dnes-
I day morning next and show hwy he Is restrained
i nf his lllrt) Itedflrld Is held on Ward's Island
I on the ground that be Is tusan . The writ was
Rrunted on the petition of .Miss Mary W. Hoard
who avers that be Is not iusaue. Hack of the
petition there is a revived romance.
It dfleld, who Is about to years old lived In
Weitichen. N J 1'lftcen )onrs oro one of his
friends there wns Miss Hoard Ihey had been
rlavmatrs and lived neu door tu each oihe
tclllcll lnhirite.1 S2Ainiii and went Wet pros
pcittng He lost some money and spent somo
nnd enme hack Hast. He got ou a big spr-o
Ir. spetuPng his money rcckiessl), nnif wiuuul
up III itellcMii' Hi'spital. where he was pro
niuinced Insane, nnd in due course sent tn Ward's
Island 'I lint wns nearly fourlien years ago,
and he has boon n. minis! ihere since as a pav
pilient some of his money that had not tiech
nh hsla! ends line In the can ( a In.sVx''
livs lliird went to the West sum- vears ago.
When the Klondike gold (ever spread over tho
country she came to New York lo orgnnire a
n iwrty to Ro to Atnskn Her enterprls- Rot
Into the pnpets nnd Itedilrld, who drlt-s n wagon
on Ward s Island nnd hns n gissl denl of liberty,
snw nn nrroiint o( it nnd wrote tn Jier When
she rnmr bnrk from the gold tlehls she lonkeij
hlm tii nnd brrnmr satisfied that he was not ln
sans She had him nut last summer on halen
corpus but there wns nn nne In court to rxamlno
hlm in lunacy nnd he wns returned In the hos
pital ntlthorltlrs, who do not nwrt Hint he is
insane at pres-nt. It Issnid, but Hint his dementia
is likelt o teciir Flnall) .Miss H.wird api-aled '
m-nut three weeks ngn to the Mnllifll nnd Irgnl
Helief ,s,Kietv nnd nfter Investigallng Ihe casn '
the sislety deilded that It was on- deservlnR
attention and look Hie matter In hand Kxam
Iners In lunacy, who ore also members ol thn
snil-ly. will lw nn hond Wdnesday mnrnlng
lu examine Kedfleld II ts said that Miss Hoard,
who rnnlemplalen returning tn the Klondike,
eiiiecui tu give Itedflrld another ihnnce al fortune.
flnrtllr I.enju- (onventlnn.
Tho annual meeting of the Gaelic I-engue of
America will bo held In the Islington Assembly
HiHima, 1A1 Hast Flft) eighth street, on Nov. 14.
Delegates from every Irish language society '
In the I nltel States and Canada are expeci-il I
lo be present, 'llio language used during the
convention will bo Irish exclusively I'rol.
Holiinson nl Harvard will bo the guest nf honor,
and will participate in the prons'dinRs. 'I ho
object of ihe convention Is to devise means in
spread and cneuuraRe the mnvement in America
Inoklnit Inward porpctuatltur the language
of the dnrl,
IVoiunn Hun Over anil Killed.
Mm. Martnret I'liulson, 7,ri year old. of 'JH
Coir street, llronklyn, wn run over nnd killed
by a vrnenn on Hamilton uvonue, near lllekb !
treet, yetterdnr afternoon. Tho horio uid
wiigoii nr owned hr .Tames Hoyd of 7f Thirty
ninth trt. Frank Italtray. HI year old, of
7(IHIxtfenlh street, wns diivliig. The hnrs
win mine nt good speed when Mrs. 1'nulsnn
nttmniiti'd to cross tho street ltattray wa
locked up on u chnrge of hnmleld.
The wetf rn enl I wave wa tnatrrUlly fell over
ll th. country yesterday, except foullurn Florid
nd Hie ml, Idle Atlantic and New KnUnd HUtei.
Tneitnitempi'ritiirei covered all th country wm
of Oliln lo the ltocky Mouuuinf and from Ilia
DiVoUs to nnrlhera Teni. Hatty anil killing
froU occurred in all the milium Htttea, aicopt
rioriils "ii.l the Ctrolluai. Tin cold will tint l.a
aeverehere at the rantru of high prefmreh&i panned
Into tho lower Mlaitaillppi Valloy,
Th atorin which mi over Virginia bat moved
north overthn late reglona and divided, part mov
ing Into Canada and pjrt on the northern New Eng
land roast. Filr wuillier prarallol cvrrj where, ex.
cfldthatlbiht mnwiiM falling In.northern Ohio,
nortbern Panutylvanli and tho wontrrn end nf Naw
York, and rain in Naw England north of Con
nertlcut. Id Hub city the day waa fair and warmer in thn
morning, roldar in thn afternoon and at ulglit; wind
wiaterly, average velocity twinty nillev an hour;
average hum dlty, its piriiit,,baronirtiir inrrertad
to read to ea level at H A, SI., 'Jli.os. a p. 11.. a.i.uu,
Tlnteinperature at recorded by lb urncial ther
moDiatar, aud aim by Tun Su.s'a Iharmnmoter at th
treat lavei, Ik diown In th aniexed table:
niKeia' Hun'i.i r-oiM ol-. Sun't.
U9J, Ml. ltJ3. IS!). 1KH. 1S1J.
BA.M.44' M" 47"1 HP, M.lit lta ,0!
12M r,ll 6' 47, UP. H.th' R3' 47"
8 P. U.47' r,4 6(1" I a Mid 44 62 4H
waiuisoTos ronsrxax ron to-iuy n to-moiikow.
l'nr Kiu Finland and raittrn .Vrto York, air (o-diy
and JtWfiiy. u'if u'liididiminiMinir infrt'.
Kor the Diatrlcl of Ooliimhla, eaiteru IVnniylta
nla, Naw Jerey, lie aware, Maryland, Virginia.
North Carolina and Oaorgla, fair to-day and lion
dan light varlalle wlndt,
ror'lnnae, Ka'itucky, Weal Virginia, weatarn
Pennijltanla, w.'flarn New York and Ohio, fair to
day and Uiinday, warmer Monday! bglit to fraah
"TUB AMIIER ItKART."
Kllen Trry for th Flrat Tlrna liar) l Al
fred C. Calmour'a I'lsy,
During the ensagement of Sir Henry IrrlrifC
and Ellen Terry at the Knickerbocker Theatre,
"Hobofjplerro" la not played on Saturday. Mr.
Irving acted last nlRht In "Waterloo" and "Tho
Ik lis," and Mlas Terry yetdcrday afternoon In
"Nance Oldfleld" and "The Amber Heart," All
llieso performancoa except one are familiar here.
Alfred C, Calmour'a piece. The Amber Heart,"
wan new In this rJty, though some yearn old in
Iindon, It Is suggestive of W. S. Gilbert's
comedies In whimsicality, though It lacks the
bllterncns of that author's satire, being directly
and honestly sentimental. The conceit of II
is that a certain maiden la Incapable of sexual
love so long an alio wears a heart of amber, left
to her by her mother. Therefore the wooing
nf a romantic poet la all In Tain, until, In ber curios
ity to experience, In herself what nhe observes In
others, she takes olf the charmed trinket and
easts It Into a lake. Whereupon she at once loves
her suitor ardently. Ilut he Is heartlessly Incon
stant. So love changes her life from happiness
to misery, and she makes up her mind to drown
herself. Ilut sue Is saved from suicide, the am
ber heart la recovered, and wllh It she la gladly
able to loan her iwwcr to love any man. Then
all her troubles cease. If the play has an ethi
cal purpose, It is tho questionable one of prov
ing that the grand passion is a curse. Mr. Cat
inour cannot be said to have made a valuable
addition lo the literature of courtship and mar
riage. Ilut Ids play la written In a respectable
grade of blank verso, and some of Its ideas are
bright ones neatly phrased.
This odd play may have lieen written expressly
for Miss Terry, as the role of th' girl who waa
happy only when loveless Is domlnent. and par
ticularly well suited tu some phases of Ihls actress'
very versatile talent. Nothing hut a few nervous
lairi-s ol memory blemished tier delightful per
formance. She was lieatitlftil and did not look
minli inure than half her age In the plcturrnqiio
costume of n court wlihh neither the play nor the
programme places ns to tlm-or country, but whli Ji
may have lieen In early Hngland, an the castle
shown wan th- name that we had seen In Mr.
Irvine's mounting of "King Arthur." fhe spoke
the verse In a happy key above nrdlnary talk and
below dedaniallon, thus keeping safely clrnr
of that coin mon place whbh would havn dulled
the diaratter and that stllledness whlth would
have mad- It ridiculous. She (harmed Hie audl
em e w Hh her graces nf person and diction. Seven
subsidiary tharatters were played with a fairly
good average uf satisfaction, whli- that of the
Hel was oAsumrd Interestingly rather than suo
cessfull) by Sir Henry's son. Iiurrnce Irving,
a veritable chip nf the old block. The young
man has the father's llguro and some of hla man
nerisms. Frequently an attitude, gesture or
tone was so similar nn lo suggest a liurl-sque.
At those times the audience t tiered. Hut In sev
eral passages Hi- Inexperienced actor not only
rose to adrq uarv 111 a imr I as y-t lie) ond his ability,
but gave promise of future ulstinitlon.
UWIlKtt llCl.f VnuOK KUCAPEt
So lay th JeraoTinen Who I.olt John lllnea
In the C'siurtj llulldlaa.
Two ofthemen from Bomirvllla, N. J who
tried to take John Hlnes. Into ouatody In Jus
tice Furatnan' Court on Thuradny were
Charle 1. Fury, a fortnr city clerk of
Trenton, and at prtrntth proprietor of th
Homert House of (somervll!, and Uorg I).
Totten who ha a reputations a klllod de
tective. They went to the court room under
au arrangement with Dlatrlct Attorney (Jar
diner, to tret Hiues aa oon a he was dis
charged on th charge of murder, and thay da
dure that hm cacupu wa clearly pre-arranged
und aided and abeitod not only by a Rung of
crooks but olao by th court policemen.
Hlnes is wanted in Now Jursey to nmwer to
a charge of robbery In company with a party
of cPMika he wont a Njinurvll. in Ktmber
of lust )jr to wotk th- futility Fair. Uncover
ing when the gang had returned from the lair
grounds and vvem hanging about the th J-i-fevCfintr.il
railroad station a Urge delegation
of Ire Masons whD had K.ilhernd to attend a
funeral, cam to take thn ll o'clock train, nnd
niiiniK ilu-in wa J f. llrltikernoof, a ret re I
msri'liniitii' J-rsey I'ltr 11- wnr In hla shirt
finnt a lirge illiitaond pin As ho mounted
the platform nl neurone of the gang climbed
up i,n the up) oalte lde. threwari . no i coat ovr
his head and held hlm fnt lllnea pounod on
hlm from bahind and tor tho diamond from
Hrlnkrrhoot caught Illnet by the throat and
yelled (or help. In tho trugcle that followed
both men fell to th ground llrlnki-rhoof
brother Mason went to hla nld. but lllnea. al
though repeniedlv thrown to th ground,
fought nn until one by nne he overpowered
I hem nnd started nn u run across country.
Asalst.int Chief of I'ollce Crow sent a bullet
dntigeroualy near tn hlm nnd lie surrendered.
Ho wm taken to tho County Court House,
whern llrltikttrhoof made n chnrgn of highway
robbery ngaiust hlm before Juttlc .Sutphen,
who fixed hi bail at toW. He called hlinslf
Slevn Hindis, the alleged bridge jumper,
went to hla n I.I th.it same night. He anld Hlnes
was his broth-r-ln-mw and he wanted tn get
hlm out nf jail. llridln succeeded In gaining
ndmlttnnce to nines' coll and I'olicaman
hnch who was on vvntch. aw lllnea pas
something to Brodin The following day
HrliiKorhoof received hlsstnlun pin. nnd llrn.lls
tnted to the authorities that llnnkerhonf had
expreased ft ir to withdraw the charge
llrmtle employed former lVtugrsmsn Alvah
A t'l.irk lo a euro lllnet'a freedum I.nvvyer
Clark went licfnr- Jttdg llartins and got ihs
bnl reduced to J2.VI llrndle Induced Fury
tn become, limes' bondamnn and Hln"was
Naphtha Launch Ilurned.
The naphtha launch tiherldan. lying it thn
foot of Fort -sixth atreet. llrookltn. wa de
stroyed hv fir last evening Th- fire was
rau-ed ny th' explosion of nn oil lamp in th
cabin. The damage I eattmated at f4.(K)0.
The owner wns William Dorman of 44 l)k
mnn street. Manhattan.
(Tollrrjrjs nnd JirhooK.
ForOlrla Young Women-City Country.
l'l- now forming; -pedal Inducements. Free
acliolaralilpa (limit Jl. Mei.'leniple.7Hiavl4tb at,
Kor lining. Mrn Women City und Country
In Meal 4:id at., Naw York. 100 Joralmnn at.,
llrookljn. Claiara or privatawork. l)y or evening.
Until aeie-. Slud.nl- prepared for any collega or
achenl In the I'nitcd Htat
FIVE "-, REGEHTSh,TjHE wtVe
For llnya Young Sln-Ctty &Country.
MADISON SCHOOL, ""ciVn'IHf:"
Hl'Kl'IAI.TY, lliventf.' and direct j.raparaUou'for I
the Applle.l self uee In raliiinbla. Facllltlea, Work- '
shnpa aud Lahorat triai .('heralitrr. I'd) ale au.
ale trUity. Aci.froiu to up. special attention p.ii.t
tu individual caaea, U. VON 'lAl'IIE. Pnucipal.
THE PACKARD COMMERCIAL SCHOOL,
ioi i:.im ',';iu m.. or. 4iii Af.
KuoMit to Two rt)rnlluith of Nrn Yirkfni
ii Mm I'.ipM,. d ltuiiu' C'uIlKn.
Tho I'i'ViitiI H'hol )r-M vrcii rounu' mon and
irmiirn lor a purte mu1iumdim citirer ml i.Uce
t t.inr up '-nl f.cUit.R or -oiintui H'iiiuiicrnv
mpln) me tit tliAt iniiif (rotn in ire lhan 40 juuinf
i'Io-h- ('iutc.it illi tlm hiuiiifis comn unity Huuk
Vet it. m:, V uiiinliht, bhnrtliAtiit, Ti'enrtlnj' ami
all llie loiumur ial l)raiirhfn tauuht ny Villcd r- .
i)ltt-. Kilern tn th(Hiatn1 of uraduatfa tn lm i
1 ortmit 1miliini putHtinn1 Now it tin- lat tlrae uf i
the er to tke up Muirtlmml, J
lt Iiiimi tiuriitn -llutnraa anil SlMirtlinnil, ,
InJivMual .imtrnr'ion. btmlt nta tnav rntfr Htanr
tiiuf, Otll nr aci.il fnrcAtuhitfite 'l'li'T.-J 101- 18.
ANNUAL NIGHT CLASS"
STEN0GKAPHY V..'.W'. tiu'Iihdayh.
Afun (nl J".liU ImiIIjIj
, r,, ' Ti'iMiHYriANnrmuw-p, '
TRAINING 1 HAV I coaciiinu
crnnr.1 SKSSIOVS SI'Kt:i)INti
SCHOOL, HAM.t.Ul',11 I All Hratiuna. I
10ft 1',. itad HT. 1 UNITKD C1IAUITIK1 IIDILD'O,
Sd floor, ' Cor '.'2 I at. .V 4th av.
it mm 216. i r. K. t'VHItlhll, Instructor.
WOOD'S NEW YOR SCHOOL,
DTBINR-rl AND HIKIIITIUND.
Mil Ate fi unth St.
An orlflual and online nchool, tducatlni and
placing in luiaiiiana poaitlona
l.Oitl Minify Maker each yenr,
Dell.'litful i nvlronmaiita. The Ina ittitlon It a
lirilllaut alien aa, III riubtena.ttdfvriopa, it eiirichea .
all b hecoiiiu the riclpli nlaorila ravoia. Day and
Vinillic aoaaiona. Call or er iIIm,
I'. ll, H'DOll, I're.Ulent.
MOWADAYH there la no place an popular to
aa at r. I.uai a iiriat IlrpnrlltiK UMlcaa, a'.' Droad
wuy, the only 1'iactical Typewrllliur Olrirea lu
(ireatir Ni w York baMnu an Iti-triiellon Hui.ar luent
In coiinei'lloni uiialiriea for hlah aalarled poaitlona
and obtain absolutely every graduaU amnloy.
17M.1B0!f'H BKI V0 8011001 -Erpart Inttrttctlon.
il ii !.r' ""'.y"1 HlW1"' iB0 "" Monw k
Uulldunr, Uovim JUJi,
ottt nntt rhootK.
W " i- i a r i "1--i-'ir'iilrnf'alau)i
108-ltt)P. 12MhBI,,N.Y. City.
nootkefplrjir, Bt nnirraphy, Penmanahlp, Typa
wrltlnK, Arithmatle, rlpelltiiK, Correipondrnee, Ac.,
ara tauiibt Id tlm l.r.t manlier and In thi ahorte
tlrae cnnalitent wllh th.ir.uiKli utiall Deallnn. Indlvi 1
ii al Initructlon, Heparat itepartmeut for women.
Day and atoiilnir f eatloni,
Notel Periona hn ennlamplalo allendlnv U'
chnol thia ttnn would do will to enroll at onee, tn
th tnatltute liaa nairly tie full ipiota of pupil for
the day aeailmi,
, .NIGHT SESSION.
Now la the time to batin Th aamo advantaie
are offered aa diiriiK the day aanion. Hpeclal low
ratenrtiiltlmi! tn a month
Call or write for new l'roapectua an I Catalogue.
THE HILLER SCHOOL.
Oparateth Trtiewrltar aa a piano la played Dm-h
mfthodnf Trpawrttln lirlnua .piieln-t ii"l re la.
ORKUU'R HIIOKTIIAVI). TOI't'll I'VPRWItt TIKtl.
COItltKHl'ONDKNrif, HP1.I.LIMI. Ai.
Ilfaaonahleterm- I'o-ltloua foiiml urali um luataa.
fend for circular. Day and nkht -aaion.
no iti:rTi:it sriiom, at any I'ltn i:.
111! VHI.I1S M. MIU.I'.ll,
St. Janiet IIiiIIiIIok, I IX! Ilrnanlnnj,
Hclioola of l.annungea. '
The ll.rlitr M hool nf I.nnsiiacea,
11)1 llroadway. N Y. 7M Court at , U'klym.
Bpei.ial adtatitairea for vialtor to
BERCT KCIIOOI. Ol' I, INflUAOI's.
The imlr .me In Ihla eltr.
A. E. CAYM.1EU, luraitoraud 8 lcoanor.
4H.I .till ill., Il.t uo.l U I atl,
A YOC.tH ITALIAN OKSrt.F.MAV, edueatad-ii
J' l'arlii, wiatiea iitipllatu Fr. inn or Italian, refer- II
encaa. AiMraia F, J.., box 120, Bun uptown ornia,
LUTF. F. FHF.S'CH BCIIOOL-Mr damonatratlr
mathodliulirti-ll.il A ply ti
I'ltOF CllAl'AUIi, 310 Wtat43dat.
I?ItFKrn Academy, rir.,1 Ilroadwav - I'rnfrf
HEllOKIl of l'arla French coniariallonal la
aonai no payintut in adtance, tilal.
MIT, H. C. 1IKNNKTT- H lentln-rolce tnWInri
' une terlled for purity of tone te.i her of (leuerra
Johnaton lllabop, tbe aminant a'iprano, and Mu
ElacuOiffnrd, recently tn aitpdatihe Itoyal Opera,
Amaurdam. Htudlo, iiT Carneuin Hall.
MME, DELINA C. PECKHAMT
William Courtney method. Free t olee trial Moa
day, Thurailay. triday ir,7 FJitath at.
MRS. HENRIETTA BP.HBE.
nanldence-atudlo. 251 WEST 421) BT.
CJiriF.PPK I'DNBI. oeal Inatmctor pr-tica
I Italian tultloni etelnalve ayateui ioke placlnji
rapid; infallible M Eatl 17tha'
MMF.. I,IIH ( AI'I'IANI
raturned from F.urop. and haa rammed rocal In-
itrui tl.m at naw lealJenee.
Stull i. IRU W. 4llh at.
MADAMK CI.AIH IlItl.VKEIIHurr. teaeherofalna
. log realdeni , atitdlo, '. 43d at., Nd. :.)(.
SOMCTIIINfl NP.tY-Planotvijht in thr-a "month
without tiotra. Ac omiun m nta p-claltr.
l'RUMONTOIST mu Weal 14th aL
I,1MM4 PILAT. Holu Violtnlaia alao few pup.U
J Ulan. A.ldrraa in'i) Droidway
Behonla of Elocution nnd Dritmntlo Art.
TIIK AND FOR TIIK Cl'llF. OF
JfKW YORK QTAMMFRINH thirteenth
OKATOItY lisw.lllthat tiro lt.Pull.1 lea.Prirv,
Hchoola of l'liyaicnl Citltiiri.
Dorni.K Yiirii KTitr.Nr.Tii, amvah
yy.r.i. mki.i.i I'liu.ti, fi'i.Tt i:i;
TM'lilll AT Mlllt ikmii:. l'i:itMS KI.A
, HON.Vllt.Kl f'lTY tti:t'l.ltl..V( K
1KA I.. WI)l)l),Mt)l 1IHTH KT..riTY.
' M'ooil'a llnodliill, limine. Triiln-
Oyniiiiialiini. tut; Ituilia. A', l.iitrniice.
I 6 l.nat -'Hill It. al.t.liintlily Due.. J :.
SDI!ST TAI.ENT-Teachera. Tutor", Muaclana.al
ibenaerbiirn'e, :t IX 14U it, I C li.iekweil, M-
lrndinrj io:rU nut. U.stnurnitttf.
I Battel Tnrlfl Biironai .e, r.th nr., N. X.
Alc.-A la Carta. Tdb. Tablo it 11 te.
! Delnmnleo'a ,stb v hth. Xlhat. Alo.
AtratitiirnBi Mnrtiii Ale, Idu.
I'ma erli place au.l nib at.
.. . Mu.lcfr mtl ton.
Morelln'a ,..! tl, . T h . 2Mmua CI
, iii(tii'a,40that Hay,Ale..Tlb 11 Or hetra
lloillllllll'a, 14 I Fulton "t. Jll I .'.! A III !. Al .
do. Cafe da U ird am, 4 '4'4r,ft mu av Al
Iltiii,! Hook H in, i I ii I. ui i ii .1 Jl.ll
4Hnlon Kiat 1 Mil. I) Mo II 7f ail,l
Hcnll'a .Ne ll,.t (IHIli at. t Col. av Al' (Uual,-)
C'llfe Blilllenrit. I Till Alo.
1 Ihalliiiu-anan K il. OKhriud IlmuirUa
I 2d at. ami loth -t. I ()' Hand
I lira i i.'. it -lii-i m.t . Tr.tli ' Ai i a '.
I Mnrah'a, 104 W..14 II A I, Tdh iDnAS AK Mu. a
nlinrii ilu riint -Soir.a:' u '.'i.TiUi... M i )
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llelredere IHth.t A4thav. M Tdb.li b.'. c din l
fcliiiini'. Ite.t.T'.tli - vi'ol i i M i a a
l.lli haiH'aliiTlluio lleatnin out, llOKaat 14th at.
Ail 4 hut Nolr, t.M w. It n, Me. il Hi r, " vt nl
I .lacQUlll 62 .',1 Weat 24that. Ah'.A T.lh . ' V.
I Many 'a 4T w. 24th .t. Tdn . .i .
I NY. Hotel, 4Id t. Clip. dtp. t.Tdh.OOC.wiiia lu i-
"Tile l.'trti-." '.Mil llnoi. l..n.ai-ii . i s .4
Ileenaeher,a Iteat, Aril1. f i Hi it , V-
I.lnu rnlnce 1 loth at. and W Ttonletard. AK--Arilln
laSWI'lbat. s1 Tdn . w ,a
"The Alihey."! until t.Ft.Wahln.rtnn llnd. w
Ileetnr'a Uroalwaya d 44th at ,
The Sfisiaiiiiiiv. H'way l-t. inith n'th ata .
teplinn'a, 10". W Sriib.Tdh Lcli.tiv.DlnOo.nl'i
Jninh,' hhj llnud at. N'eojrl. V J. T III. .
Uaiiiliiuinaipii Inn W ti h. aler S Y Ale.
HERALD SQUARE HOTEL
34th St., Just West of Broadway.
Itntea, SI. Si) per dnv. and upward.
IteaUurant a la Carta, theatre partlra a Spe'lalty.
r. r. triLiiKY. l'mp.
Sherman Square Hotel,
BOULEVARD, COR. WEST 7JST ST.
Btrlrtly a family hole 1 choice anltea, fnrnlahel o
unfnrnlahad, to rent hy tho aeaaon or year Cui-ina
and aertice uf the hhrheat ord. r. ltatra reaauuabli).
Locution conveiiiaut to all part of the city
WALT EH LIYVHKNCi:.
HOTEL MARTY, JXZi
47 West 24th St. KJA Vn"m"
A TrFNTtoN.-oi.n nit. o it i s d l riTcmvi i t at ii
t'MVKHtiri IIF1IIF. l'll t)F SUiY YilItK.
IN IH-KViKs OF MIA. 1)1.11 Olt UltlMH I liaa
liau lm aer eatudlaii,! and haa hjd tu.'r i,"
lui.e tliau any otlor a.li. tiainu i lo a cun utr
puprr iroie thla, lul. r ha a, lan'lne treatment
hlond allit akin dlaeaaaa, pjui In bonaa. r, d -pola,
aorti thioat and mouth, uheia, paiiiiul Kwalliu-,
Vldue and I la. titer conn laint-, fcal.llmr nr am
matioii, itail, un I. el .pet orvtua. w.ak In. a. lo I
Mtality are apeull), piruirn ntl cirri, Meu
ahnut to tnairi .lioul I runaiii, ot.Il Dlt ,',HIMH,i .
Ktiry linpidiment remotid Hiirleiera, do n t
akte t me Maltlliu' lea. .kiHlll pin . Ian- It
I ui.i her, old Hit. (illlNlll.K lieier fad., uFFP'rl
OM.K IB M: Mil at i:i HV t Uiliat . iMiwa.ii i i
ami , "lli aw. tilv ice frt'. M.'dicin , 11, Houra,
to Suiutaya, p to It.
OLD UK. 1K1:Y. 4.1 yenr n aiieclnll.t In
dlaaaea of nieit .ml), yi.i. la-t perqian nt - u
Ltiiaraiilfad in all ttiedia aape uliarlo men. bio 1
piil-oii, akin diaHa.ea, lliluey an I Madder troul I ,
w, aknea. u. rvoua debllitv. unora o yontti ial
dreauia, iin.laTelot I orifana nnii. d meuia pi n at1
nana, Ac. I'linaillt. II Ilr nicy Ileal, h l tile ol
fat ratahliahril and Hla Inilk'e-t III .r. tuaof a ,
aj.f.'lallat In Ilia city, 1)1)1 e oter nr, y, ar at '.)
1-jiat 17th .t., near I inn s pure Hours u in n "iii
daya it to 8, Bclilltltte triani cut adiu i fiee. St ill
cm only ro ce nta, No charira uilci.a cured,
j criti:i ninn
Dr. Carter'f OHAN-SOI.YF.N I nmiirlea will lut
lodita, illutat and foion'i leinuie lieihral HI'lll
ICIlKln I', da) a, lliiiun a illaaolve lu (hr. li . i ,
riiriim while youaleip, Cina Ol .laud Kil.u t
l'roatatf. Naluatilo In all. e free, HT JAHK.1 n N.
lnu MueUt., Cluciuuati, onto.
A.-A.-.-it'ICKr.M' l lilt l AN I. N I'
I I UK III dia.a.ia of men dan tern'ia ca-- a a .
Ill It'll; ri'llaf at once. thn. e .laal-inu . nlr tlf
daaa a. lentiflo tr-attneiit -h iil.l call l'h.. Irnli'..'
peelallai. Dr. Ilona. Imr, III U'lliT '.'11' "il..
W to a, Ito n, Huudaya, into 1
A -A.-DIt HldNN'H I'lllVAI'i: II ispirtl. Fit
V. WOalKN. Htibllalie I IH'.r, ,x , (.,, n,lr.
aeaiexielliiillalili loiurdiat in e ii'lapluuia II or.:
-.jr-7. 177 Wiat 4JUI al. lllroidnal and I't'i a. .
A-A.-Dlt. COSIIAII'HHVNII'UHI'M iK.iUh i- o
Ihaiaaia of uoitiiti neniy and e 'itiii! t r
filllpiie.. rJ7W.4;ihal Mate lli l'..i... i ll
fra, Houra u-ti. Send fur Imuklet, Tl,;t '- t-'i
Its. (IF.IsT, mldwlf. . 'JHiaar-' iieo .".fTi-iT. 7T
1" mem hoarda la. Ilea atrl. Hy ,i Ivatn no ai.'ii.
4CITII HT., 22H WF-Si'-nr. CiiiwVriirea ir V.ii" rl--f
Ufa at ouco, nitUoulpainor mull, luaajla. Ill),