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1 SPORTS OF FIELD AND RING.
j7REST IN WRESTLING APPEALS TO HI! REVIVING. I Athletic Tending Toward Footbnll nnd Cross Country Itunnlnc Amalrur Feather lht Georf Looking for a Fight to a Vlnlah I'rlun Uln mid tineensberry Rule The N. Y. A. V.'m Football Team. MUST now tho intorost iu wrestling seems to bo roviving. The Fas timo Atblotlo Club baa always bcon active In thin lino of sports, and the big mat iu the club-houbo by the East lliver is used every day in tho year. Kuch wrestlers na Lane and tho late Joseph Quiuii were turned out up thero and ro. f i cent mntohos and talk " y of othors to come are I. kooping the boys on- exgrx tho qui vivo. Only two of the threo principal styles of wrestling, eatch-os-catch-can and Gnoco-Homon, havo ' any championship standing among amateurs in this country. Tho collar and elbow stylo is left out in tha cold, nlthough it is tho rnoht 6cientiflo and perhaps the most useful, in an unexpected encounter, of the lot. Vliv collar and elbow wrestling isn't a feature of New York sports is as unanswered a question. as why dog.rncing, along with othor English sports, is only a go iu certain parts of Amorica. Tho collar and elbow wrestling touroauiont in tho old Al bnmbra, on West Twenty-seventh Btreot, was a great success, anil Alike iJonohuo showed whiit really wonderful things a olevor man at this game can do. Most of the clover wrott lirs of America come from Now England llomer Lano und William Johnson, for in Instance where tho schoolboys don't do much else at recebS but practise hip-locks und grapevines. Tho annual meeting of tho National Cross Country Association will be hold at the tirnnd Union Hotel on Monday ovcning.wheu the election of officers for tho coming year Vk ill take place. It is said that tho amateur feather-weight, Joe George.is looking for a match to a finish, I for $250 a side, with Al Fleischman. A con test for a fifty-dollar modal may bo looked for between those men. Tho membors of tho Now York Athletio Club team, which tvrs recently -whitewashed by tho Crescent team, thought the Cresconts a wonderful club. Tho defeat of the Cres cents by tho Yale team on Eloction Day by a ' score of 08 to 0, puts the playing of tho team of tho Now York Athletic Club at a pretty low notch as compared with a really crack team. The battle botwoen Dompsey and Reagan will be the first one fought in some time i under London prizo ring rules. Queens berry rules calls for rounds of three minutes i duration with one minute rest between, no hugging or wrestling and a man to get up unassisted in ton seconds after a fall or knock down. London prize ring rules allow wrestling and the rounds ends only with one or both of tho men going to grass ; half minute rests. Thoro is no question that prizo ring rules mako tho most interesting ' light and they aro cortainly coming into fashion again. Ono thing in favor of Queens- , terry rulos is that under them n "mill" 1 need not bo fought on tnrf , and considering the way fights havo to bo brought off at pres ent this is quite u factor. i . " Athletics at present nro running to football 1 and cross-country running. As an induce 1 in out to cultivate endurance cross-country i work is to bo preferred to track racing, i Thero never has been a great Amorican dis tance runner for all the records for running. , f and the best American records aro mode by Carter, an Englishman. i ' A well-known sporting man has placed 1,000 with tho snorting editor of The Even ino World, with instructions to bet all or any part of it on tho coming Carney- McAuliffo fight, at odds of $100 to $80 on Carney. i - -i The trained nurses of the city and the noble i worifc they are doing, will be delightfully described 1 in the Sunday Would. m m Oct. 28, IMS, Messrs. W. B. RntKB A BOH. OcMTtxxxH : For the put firs or lz months I bare i been suffering from a as? ere affection of the chest, ao- 1 romnanled br a moat DiaTBxasnto Couau. I could And AOUELlxr. Nothing-seemed to help me until I tried one buttle of rnur "ItiKKn'a BxrxoTonAKT," and that has effected a PxsrxCT CUBE, and 1 feel like a new per son. I most highly commend rourBXFZOTORAXT to all affected wttb pulmonary trouble, and trust this may In duce other sufferers to try ft and He Ccred. I remain, Very truly yours, Maboxbet F. Kelly. I 187 Boss st Brooklyn, N. Y. V m m ( The Business On Hook was nerer betterjadainir from the demand for our new t brands, Cnoss-CouriTrtT, Latest Eholibh and White Oap ClSAltETTEB. All extra tine, hand-made, KlNHXT Tobacco Co., New York. ; UNDER A CLOUD. r 02 J night in Fobruory. ' !?n) r snow had been ' 3 I , yt "lLUlt lying on the housetops -- riirlP2 for fortnigbt. The ' fanflI trees 'n uo Bluare8 " sl rlo scorned like frosted J flkxr skeletons. Evory- , t (jeV) A whore overhead the yy sSay snow was still white i , m. VA i ' j nnd pure. Underfoot 1 wjlfllriifll wa8 B damp, ld, SlMKl Y siushy mixture of ice N K V and mud, such as Lon- ' lllir-UVo. n on on'v can produce, -ivggrT' which chills the badly- i jpSbPar 8uod wnTnrer to tue (STSHj fx bono. The lamps gave but a dim light in tho fide-streets, and tho few pedestrians, march- ' lug silently a long in the quiet thoroughfares, ' seemed, with their noiseless footsteps, to bo 'w' to many sorrowful ghosts condemned to a i 1 tjcary pilgrimago in a silent city of mist and 1 ' I (larkuebs. i I Frank Denton, howover, folt nono of these things. At five-and-tweuty one enjoys a walk undeterred bv fears of cold ana rnou 1 M F1?.1,'8111 ! '"'iced, the driving rain or gently i falling snow gives a zest when one is young, r Jroll.fed, well-olothed, and blessed with the l M ""owledge that the strugglo with the elo- afuts can be ended at pleasure. . Wf . rnnk. although ho was not particularly 1 w lavored by fortune was one of thoso lucky U people. IHb father had been a poor clorgv. i I r?P WS 8""uck down by fever, left bis I Jrtfo and son totally unprovided for. Frank. I i?.ein e!lte9U. bad been placed by ono of bis ntner's friends in a merchant's office. Here I . ivi"' regained, gradually improving his 1 I E2. ,'on' anii Gaining the confldenco of bis i I enjployors. I t.or lost two yews, having had the mis. i I S"u.netolootU mother, ho bad been llv. M l?,?LontJI.?fondon snd oeiucp of qulot and 'T ' .BUo2'i0ufwh,lblU' hd PRI"d m" of bis OTen- 1 I lmPW Xixt eowpwy of hit book. He ra 1 I 'for,n,adA.hRd 3n iYalWn; briskly, along I 'ril2nh.,mnelnaJyv,ntn,'e Fo.r the last few I iUOnteho. had been Tairuely awaro of e, SIDS1IR00M8 FOR THE MILLION. Within Reach Notrndnya of the Poor n Well n tlm Wrnlthy. f) ri. M USUKOOMShovobeen 'lUcirVllJf beforo U' Pul,Ho ,or flijVVl long time without K & 1 having become a gen- -- A crnl Mticlo of diet. Yet r-.-, 'aC "iey cnn be Bothered rrv b,v any ono wno tnkes L'VYN the trouble. Tho dif- ifJfryTSjJ ference between tho ed. aSfcaJL JwT 'bloand poisonous kind V can bo readily learned. The four-year-old girl of a gentleman who was very foud of mushrooms used to go olt and gather them from a tract where tho nox. ions toadstool grew iu company with the edl- bio mushroom. Sho eakily discrimiuated bo. tweeu them. There are so many different kinds of mush rooms that a feast could bo prepared of soveral courses of them, caeh having a distinct flavor from the other. Tho button mushroom is tho ono most frequently met with as a garnish tp beefsteaks in tho restaurants. Most of these are imported from France, whoro the mushroom cnlturo is a flourishing industry. At one cavernous region there soven miles aro ovorgrown with mushrooms. The greater number of Now York restau rants aro supplied from caves and cellars in New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester. Years ago a Frenchman hired part of tho old abandoned aqueduct In tho neighborhood of One Hundred and Fourth street, with a view to raising mushrooms for tho city. Business was such in his venturo that he was utter wards obliged to biro cellars to ruise a more abundant supply. A largo company bos boen formed in Illi nois which hires collars for mushroom cul tura,and it docs such an cxtonsho business that it now gets tho mushroom sperm from Frauco and grows them from this. This sperm, which is found in tho blnck earth, looks liko a ragged hair with white spots on it, or as if a pieco of whito thread had lain in the ground until It rotted. The bporm ispnt into cakes of mauuro, and thoy aro broken up and planted in tho fields. Field mushrooms aro bettor than thoso which grow in collars, for the latter are soggy and not so well flavored. Bomo of tho best mushrooms grow In sheep pastures. Several very delicious varieties are found in Central I'ark. One enthusiast on mushrooms frequently gathers a quart in Madison Squaro, opposite Twenty-fourth Btreet. Ho goes out in the very curly morning, before the dew is off tho ground, and plucks tho delicate fungi which have pricked through the ground over night, and look liko tiny snowballs. He has also found them in Citv Hall Park, opposite Warren street, somo thirty feet in. Mushrooms are boiled or stewed and also pickled. A little good sweet oil Bhould bo used to fry them In. Butter, pepper and salt givo the proper seasoning. A good crop of mushrooms may bo looked for after a rain. Tho bubbly appearance of tho ground indicates their nascent growth. They are trying to get their heads above ground. One kind grows in a circle and is called tho " Fairy Ring." It is very delicate. Tho shaggy mono and the puff ball are choice varieties. The Iloleti are a very largo kind. When any ono has had experience with the fresh mushroom ho cannot cat them canned with any satisfaction. A DOLLAR DINNER FOR FOUR. Contributed Dnlly to "The Evening World" by the 8lerard or the Aator House. ., X. At to-daj's market prices the material for this dinner can be purcnaieil for $1. o Q Socr. Beet llrotb. Fisn. Smelts, Tomato Banco. ItOAST. Lamb, Mint Ranee. String Beans. Drowned Mashed Potatoes. Dessert. Sago, Apple 1'udUlDg. Macaroons. Coffee, Cheese. 6 6 Dainties) of tho Market. Prime rib roast, 18 to 20c. Cod, 7c, Porterhouse steak, 26c. Lobstera.Se. to 10o Sirloin sUsk, 18 to 20c. White flsh, loo. Leg mutton, 10c. Pickerel. 12c. to 15a. Lamb chops, 2So.to28o. trost fish, He. Leg veal, 20o. Flounders, 10c. English mutton chop, 2fo. Salmon tmut, 12c. Iamb hlndq'rtrs,l4 to 10c. Blueftsh. lfa. Vesl outlets, 28o. White perch, 15c. Rweetbreads, SS perdnten. Red snappers, 16o. tolSo. Calfes' heads, SOctoOOo. Halibut, lSo. to 18o. Koastlng pig , (3.60 each, Striped bass, 15c. to25o. Spring chicken, 81 to (1,25 Black bass, 10c. to 15o. pair. Bhernshead, 20o. to 25o, noastchlcken,12to20c,lb. Smelts, 15c, t20o. Dry-plcked turkeys, 12o. to Little-neck clams, 40o. to 20o. oOo.alOl). Squabs, $3.60 toll. dot. Oysters, 7&o. toil. 60100. Boston Oeese, 10 to 20c. Terrapin, (12 to S6 a dot. Boston Ducks, 18 to 20o. Green turtlesoup, tl quart. Ordinary ducks, 12fl. to 15o. Frogs' legs, COo. lb, OenTasbaoks, Vipalr, Terrapin stew, (a quart. Orouae. al.60 pair. Shrimps, (1,60 per gallon. Partrldge,75o.ti(1.25pa!r. Scallops, (1 per gallon. lleed birds, Al dosen. Celery, 12o. bunch. Redheads, (1,60 pair. Peas, 30o. half peck. Mallards, (1 pair. Squashes. 10c. to 15o. Teal, 76c. to D5o. pair. Pumpkins, 20c. Capons. 25c. lb. Mushrooms, (1 qusrt. Quail. (3. 50 dos. Onions, 15 to 20c, half-peok. Kngllsh snipe, (3 dog. Cauliflowers, 10c, to 15c. PloTer, (3 dos. Lettuce, 6o, head. Rail. (1.60 dos. Cranberries 10c. quart, nabblts, 25c. apleoe, Horseradish, lOo. mot. Venison, 20c. to 25o. Sweet potatoes, 20c. half- Wuodoook. (1 pair. peck. Fresh cold tongues, 12o, to Lima beans, 20o. quart. 15o. Kgg plants, 10c, Fresh mackerel, 12o, Oyster plant, lOo. a bunch. Sea baas, 15o. to 20c. -- A COTOH, cold, sore throat or aethma that ADAMSOH's Balbah cannot cure Is unknown. 35c. femalo form flitting along in front of blm, and was conscious that, whilst one-half of bis brain had been busy building castles in tho air, the othor half bad been as busy ad miring tho pretty figure in front of him. Just as Frank was about to pass her, she seized him by the arm and forced him rudely back two or three paces, and, before be could recover himself, thero was a muffled sound of rushing hoofs and rattling of liar noss, a horse and trap dashed madly over the spot where he would have been, and in another moment the vehiolo was caught against tho lamp-post at the corner and smashed to pieces. In a minute the solitary street had a decent-sized crowd in it. It is a marvelous characteristic of London that no sooner does tho most trifling incidont occnr than a crowd seems to grow up at once. Where the people come from is a mystery. They seem to ooze up from the road, to emanate in some manner from tho vory bricks, to descend with tho blacks, to float in upon tho wind. Frank, however, took little notice of the crowd. He was too much occupied with his fair presorver, who, the danger past, bad fainted, and would have fallen but for bis ?romptness in upholding her. In two or bree minutes tho cool night air revived her, and they walked on together till they found themselves in one of London's broad and busy strcots. Horo she would have wished him good-night, but he insisted on accom panying her a littlo farther, to which, after a faint resistance, she agreed. The strange manner in which they bad been Introduced to each other : the service bIio had rendered him, for which, he pro tested, he conld noer sufficiently thank her; the earnest rejection on her part of any merit in what sho had done ; grad ually launched them into a lively conversa tion t so that in a short timo they were talk ing as familiarly as though they had known each other for years. He learned that sho was employed at a fashionable milliner's es tablishment at tho West End, and that sho was making her way to her home near Isling ton. In spite of her bumble position there was a tone of refinement about her, and bis quick ear told blm that her speech was that of a well-educated person. Her face was that of ?, obannlng girl, and her figure- was in keep. dr with her faoe. Too soon the walk came to an end, and Frank bad to say good-night and one more thank his fairpreaerver for the service ren dered him, FUi lodgings seemed very lonely and gloomy and as he conld not settle down to his books be retired to rest, in the hope s BOYS IN THE CHURCH CHOIR. TUB TRAINING OF Y0UN0 CHORISTERS IN OLD TRIN1H. Instrurtlns the Tlnye No Light Task Mr. Itleaaltrr'a Work at Trinity and Fnthor Vonng'a at 81. Frnnela Xavler'a Tho Hlngrra Iirnnrn from tha Pnrorhlnl NehooU Alio Voice In lloya Very Kara Indeed. AT tho present time thero is still quite a prejudice among mauy church people against tho employment of women in tho choir. Perhaps this may bo a scruple occasioned by Bt. l'aul's snub to women in ono of his epistles when ho says : " Let a woman keep quiet in tho church." Tho loss of good soprano voices would bo a great deprivation musically and one for which oven abundant tenors could not compensate. Tenors, more ovor, aro novor abundant, slnco a good tenor is as rare as a whito elephant. Hut tho boy soprano has n voico which cauuot bo dis tinguished from a woman's. When It, is fresh, Btrong mid of good sympathetic quality tho voico of a boy twelve or thittucn yours old is delii'inus. Somo thirty years ngo Master Itiolmrd Coker was one of the choir boys at old Trin ity, and tho thrilling, dewy froshuess of his puro tones will neerbo forgotten by thoso who had tho ploasuro of hearing him. Of conrso such voices as his aro exceptional, but good soprano voices are not raro among tho choristers who sweeten tho air of Trinity with beautiful offertories, derodos and mo tets. Training tho boys is no light tARk. Mr. Messitor.tho choir director of Trinity, and Father Young, who has charge of tho music at the Jesuit church of St. Francis Xavier. Bixteenth street, work hard to instruct tho choristors. Mr. Mussitor has a choir of thirty-Bix, twenty of whom are boys. Father Young has twenty-fivo boys iu his choir. With both churches paroohial schools aro connected, and from these aro drawn tho boy singers. When tho boy's voice is tried, if anv musical ouality is discovered, the little fellow is token in hand and taught music. Tho boys ore trained to read it, and many of them can do so at sight. Fatbor Young has an additional labor im posed on him, as tho Catholic Chuch musio is in Latin. Tho pronunciation and right quantity in tho words hove to bo taught to children who oro absolutely ignorant of tho lauguago. A boy's voico changes ot about fifteen, and his usefulness as a oborister vanishes. Tho usual torm for a choir boy's career is five years. "The difficulty of training somo of tho voices is enormous," said Father Young. " But if a voico has good quality, even though it is Btiff and rough, I am willing to mould it. A boy's yoico is worth ten girls' voices. It has a more resonant, filling power." The muBic which tho choristers have to ex ecute is often difficult. At tho Cathedral there are two choirs, one of mixed voices in the organ loft, and the other the boyB of tho sanctuary choir. In Trinity tho choristers occupy benches in the sanctuary. Mr. MeMiter has practice for the boys daily for an hour or so, and a rehearsal of the pro gramme for the succeeding Sunday or tho one following it every Friday in tho church. Bat-tat-tat goes his baton sharply on bis music-stand when the voices do not blond proporly, or foil to givo tho right expression, or, worst of nil, strike u wrong note. Then ho makes the boys go over tho passage again and again till it is mastered. Tho music at the Cathedral by tho choris ters iB the Gregorian, tho strictly ecclesias tical chant prescribed by tho Church. At St. Francis. Fothur Young has a style of musio which is a cross between tho severe poly phonic manner of Falestrina and the modern Cmcilian. Trinity draws largely on tho En glish composers nnd tho classics, 6uch as Mendelssohn, Handel and Haydn. Tho rnuge for a boy soprano Is an octavo and a half, from C to G. The timbre of a clear boyish soprano does not necessarily differ from that of a womon's voice, but there is a freshness and searching purity of tono which makes good boy voices very agreeable To find a boy alto is very raro. The Poay. From an JTxeArtaffs.l She gathered the reddest rosebud That flashed In the sunny grove: " Tell him, Bhe whispered softly," I'or the speech of the rose Is lovo. Bhe gathered the fairest Illy That drooped from Its silken sheath; She smiled on the lovely flower, For It la the type of faith. She (fathered amid tho blossoms That lit the dark, cool grot. The brightest of the atarry eyes, That gleam 'forKei-me-uot." She gathered a spray of rosemary, She gathered a sprig of yew; " If Uriel must blend Iu our bond, " sho said, ' We will have memory, too. " She sathered the pnrple heartsease, She kissed lta (flowing breast; " Yours Is the purest gilt, " she said, " For tne man that I love the best." that he might perhaps be so lucky as to dream of his now acquaintance All tho next day hor foco kept appearing on tho lodger or the letters bo was working at, and, perhaps, it was not so very remarkable that soon after Mary Emcrton had left Mmo. Michaud's she met Frank. She could not refuse to acknowledge his salutation, indeed she had littlo wish to do so, for his bright face and winning manner hod made a great impression, Thero had been littlo romonco in hor dull, gray existence. Many an evening did these young people moot, and although some would blamo Mary for admitting the acquaintance of one who was a total stranger to hor, it must bo remem bered that girls who have to work for their daily bread, and are accustomed to struggle in the everyday fight of tho world, are, as a rulo, quito capable of taking care of them, solves. If Mary did not at once inform her parents of this now friendship, it was more out of shyness than for any other reason. Timo went on. Frank was anxious to have a borne of bis own, and felt that his position instilled ono of hishumblo tastes in giving tostagesto fortune." Mary had long ago told him of bor position and that of her parents. He knew that her father gained a living as a law-writer ; that he bad onco been in a better position; that ho had assisted and guided his daughter in tho studies that had made her far superior to most of tho girls among whom ber lot was cast, but that she bad nevor heard from either parent what their former position bad been, or by what misfortune it had been lost. Mr. Emerton was of a very retiring disposi tion, and never encouraged anv one to Inti macy, and this was the reason that Mary for so long objected to Frank's making himself and bis wishes known to her father. She feared that this would end her sweet ro. manco, and that tho pleasant walks and happy castle-building they both indulged in would como to an abrupt conclusion. Ono Saturday ovening, Mary wos busy In making preparations for tea of so sumptuous a nature in that humblo homo, that It was evident " company " was expected. Bhe went about tho littlo room, gaily singing, her eyes bright, her face lit up with Joyful expec tation. And this was the cause. Her story had been confided to her mother, by whom it bad been, somewhat hesitatingly, com. municated to the father, who bad received it more graciously than had been expected. Mr, Emerton had at onoe admitted that Frank should be Invited to visit them i but said that what might ocour in the future must depend on what be thought of the1 VERY IQUNG FOR THE ROAD. Cold-niooded Intentions Impntrd to Mnnna-er Morrlaany na a Father. James W. Morrlssoy, of tho Standard Tho atre. Impolltoly known as " Jlmmio," has been elevated to the ranks of patornlty. Con. gratnlatlons havo been pouring in upon blm with such forco that Mr. Morrlssoy was over whelmed. Tho othor day, during tho por. formance of the "Arabian Nights," when Morrlssoy was thinking only of his theatrical duties, be w os greeted by an acquaintance who had JiiBt stepped out of tho theatre! "Hallo, .limmio," said bo, "I congratulate you, old man. How is it f" " Ob," snid Mr. Morrlssoy, absent-mind, edly, "it's doing capitally, but wo aro forced to put it on the road very shortly." ' What!" exclaimed the friend. "Toko It out so soon ? I wouldn't do It. My dear fel low, I OBsuro yon that It will bo a gnat mis. take." " Can't help It," Morrissoy declared. " Timo is occupied. Con't breok our engoeo. ment, old man ; yon must know that. Wo may revive it in New York." " It'll need it." said tho gentleman. "Mor rissoy you'ro a cold-blooded follow. If I ever havo occasion to congrotulato you again " "My dear friend, I trust you will havo that occasion next weok." " What on earth do you moan, MorriRscy f" " Why, we produco Dorothy.' " " Then all this timo you'ro alluding to Tho Arabian Nights?'" " Yes, and you ?" " To tho jnvenilo Morrissoy. Hat na!" MEN AND WAYS IN HARLEM. Frank J. Pnpignae, counsel for James A. Richmond, is a Harlciiilte of long standing. Bicyclist ond tricycllsts enliven tho broad avenues of Harlem on ovory pleasant after noon. Harlem boasts tho biggost combination faucy grocory and meat and fish market in this town. Tho Harlem Demorrotio Club will soon give to District-Attorney Martiue a big ro ception. Col. Follows's friends on Washington Heights will givo the District-Attorney eloct a reception in a short time. Col. Emanuol B. Hart. " the veteran war horse of the Domocrncy." has recently taken up his residence in Harlem. Assistant District-Attornoy Vernon M. Davis lives in a pretty framo cottogo on WoBt One Hundred and Twenty-ninth street. The ancient Apthorpo mansion (Elm Pork) which antedates tho Involution, will be torn down shortly to mako way for modern dwellings. Desplto his defeat Mr. Nlcoll has many friends in Harlem, and tho badgos of tho young lawyer's candidacy ore still seen in tho button-holos of uptown admirers. The Argosy Social Club hold a rocoption at the rooms of tho club. Tenth avenue and Ono Hundred and Fifty-eighlh strcot, on Friday evening, which wob largely attended. Judge-elect Martine always goej down town on the Sixth avenue elevated road from One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street. He rinds scarcely time enough while waiting for a train to Bhake hands with his numerous Harlem fellow-citizens, who are eager to con gratulate him on bis election. Dnt They No Longer Rpeak, From lh Boston Cortr, "I'm going to take riding lessons," she said, as she leaned her bead against his shoulder, " Indeed 7" "Yea. and my father Is going to buymeahorse." "Ahl" he murmured, as he fondled one of her re auburn tresaes, "a white one, of coarse?" Two minutes later he was wending his way homo a sad and solitary man. m m Footllght News. A souvenir will be given at the Union Square Theatre Monday nlabt, when The Henrietta" will be played for the fiftieth time. Tne Sunday popular concerts will begin at the Caamo to-morrow week. Slgnorlna Terealna Tua, Max Helnrlch and Alexander Lambert will appear. Edward E. Elddcr, playwright, poet, manager and general Pooh-Bah, haa resigned Ms position as DockBtadcr'a acting aianager. Mr. Lew will lose oue of his best friends on Nov. S3. The first of the series of American concerts, un der the direction of Frank Van der Stucken, will Uke place at Chlckerlng Hall Tuesday night. Wal ter J. Hall. Edward Herrmann, Dora Hanlnges aud Adolf nartdegen will take part In Walter J. Hall's concert at Stelnway nail Thursday night. Chronic Catarrh Cnnot be cured byloo&l application. It la a eonrtita tlonal dlsoaae and require a oonitltational remedy like Hood Saraaparllla, whieh, wot kin thronjh the blood, eradicates the Imparity which canaea and promote the disease, and soon effect a permanent care. At the eame time Hood' Sarsparilla builds op the whole arttem, and makes jon feel renewed In itrenjth and health. I hare taken Hood's Saruparllla for catarrh and It has done me a treat deal of .food. I recommend It to all within vaj reach.1 L.UTBEB D. ItOBUINB, ast Thomp son. Conn. n 1 rx 1751 ffil " TOE NOTES I LOST." young man, and how he Frank would re ceivo the communication bo had to make to him. A knock was hoard at the door. Mary ran to open it, and after a longer time than might have been absolutely necessary, she ushered into the little parlor " Mr. Frank Denton." Now did the anxious Frank make the most strenuous exertions to pleaso the old pcoplo, and there is no doubt bo fully succeeded. Btill, Mr, Emerton's face was clouded during the repast, as though thero were some great care or anxiety which would keep obtruding upon his ploasanter thoughts. Frank lost no time in coming to the great question he had upon his mind, and after explaining bis parentage, position and future prospects, he, holding out his hands to father and mother, asked them to entrust their drugbter to bis care. Mr. Emerton arose and walked a few times up and down the room, then resuming hit teat, be said 1 " Mr. Denton, I thank yon for the straight forward manner in whieh yon bare dealt with ni, and I welcome the thought of having such a protector for my dear girl. I am get ting old, and her future has often given me much anxiety. I am poor, and if you take ito-rflis)WarJ lifltlt 1 mifo-ltn ,&.. Have You a Humor of Skin or Blood ? IF SO, THE CUTICURA REMEDIES WILL CURE YOU. I wa induced, aiVr all nthrr rmedl had failed, to iim the CUTIcnu IlrMKDira on mj boy, four yearn nf e, who had rutin in ort from hi thlichsto thoemli ofhUtoe. The nail foil off. Ill arm and fitc were al? forered, and he wan a horrible nig lit. The Cut I CUBA and OUTlcUltA BOAl' were ntt that I uot. Two ilay after their ue we oould aen a chatiKn for th letter, aud In bIi Wika the child wan perfectly well, I wm then Induced to try tlmm further, as my wife had wht we termed dry ecale tetter, or pr.aa, for nearly fttteenyearst and I tKJl everything I could get hold of and anked the adftre of the twK eminent of the profc"" elm. but all In Tain. It was atl over her bmly and all over her head and fioe, fttio owm! hut one Iwttleof the llraoLVF.NT, two hoiei of the CUTICURA and two cake of CtrriulTiiAKoAr, and In one week from the time lie began their uw I could see a change for the hotter. It l now nearly one year alnce he Mopped unlnff the CtTTt run a Hemkdik. and there la no return I pronounce Ser entirely cured, No oue, only thorn, who hate had thu tueape and thone wlv aru constantly attout dlieAieii patients, can rtallte thu tor tutu Iu which they aro placed. I havorcnmmen1ed theOUTICtlRA IlzMRniES to all whrm I have mpt that were Iu any way iu need of a kln cure. One man t-t whom I had tDoom mended them had suffered for iwr twelve year, and In that time up tit .early Are hundred doltnra to be cured i but nothing lelprd, and now, after the un of flto linttlca of the V,v TIOURA HssoLTKlfT and aereril boies nf CUT1CUHA, andtworakei of CUTtcrjRA HoaI1, rejoioea hi havintr found a cure. I hare other at pronont under treatment, and with food pnmpeetn In no raae, to tuy knowledge, have the Cuticuha Hem EUlEa failed. I take pleaHiirn in .tending thU to you, trusting that It tniy prove a bleaiinic to you and t the u tiering. I)U. U MlbMHON, Kimball, II rule Co., Dakota, CUTICtJnA, the great Bkln Cnre, and Cunociu Roar, an exqulnlte Bkln Heantlner externally, and CuTlccna ItEtOLVEMT, the new ltlood I'lirlflir nternally. are a poaltlve cure for every form of akin and l.lood Disoaite, fp'tit P tin pi en to Rcnmtla. Hold everywhere. Price. Octicuha, Mo. i fctOAr,23o , Hksolvent. 1. Prepared by the 1'utteu DliL'U ANU ChfmicalOo., I, ton, Mail. tST hend for " How to t'um 8kln Dinoaaea." 04 pegea. MHlluitraUonaaud 100 teatlmoiilali. TIIITKI) with the lovelleRt deltoary l the skin preserved I 111 with Uoticuua Medicate boxr, fr$to KAH'rBHEATHE. Njjft.il Cheat Paina, NirenM, VeakneM, Ilaok yKviS'nx Uough. Aathma, PlearUy and In flam & jMrmatlon rcilrvrd In ohm minute by the 74alr t'utlrurii AntUi'alt. Tiaeter Noth ing like it for weak lunga. ALU FOR LUCK. Kate Olaxton will novor sleep In a room numhorod 13. McKeo Itankin will never rohoarso on Bun day under any oircumstancos. Lotta invariably stops to pick up a horso shoe when she finds ono In her path. William It. Hayden will novor touch any play or organization with thirteen letters in its title Henry E. Dixoy wears a signet rjng, with a turquoise nnd amethyst, on his thumb. Nothing would induco him to reinovo it, as ho thinks it has brought him good luck. Maggie Mitchell would not appear in Phila delphia for twouty-llvo years, owiug to tho fact that at tho outbreak of tho war, when playing in that city, sho was callod " Tho Little Itebel," and met with tiuancial loss. m See Vie Sunday WonLD for an autobiographi cal sketch by Robert Louis Stevenson, author of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Valuta III Autofrnph. From tha Kanamt City Journal, "I see that Den: Terley I'oore's collection of antograpbs Is to be sold," said a bright yoong law jer who would shine In a community where lawyers were less plentiful. 'Dnt I don't be lieve," he continued, " that any aatogr pa lathe collection will brlagr more than mine." " And what tithe market value of jourauto graphst" asked Mr. Hustler. 'To the best of my knowledge only one has ever boea sold and It brought first $400 and then $.101)." 1 And who were the unfortunate purchasers ?" " Mr. Noteshavor bought It forl-ioo, which was 80 per cent, of Its par value, and 1 mjsclf uecurcd It from him at a flight advanes ot 1100. 1 am rather choice of my autographs, and I shall put no more ou the market unless uarJ prcssod. " II an Htrark Illra Ilstrd. irton ruck. Stlss Ooldaby How docs my new gown strike you, papii Pupa (laconically) Por about two hundred and fifty, I suppose, my dear! "I suffered eeierelj from ehranlo catarrh, arising froxj lmpara blood. It became Terr bad, causing sorenees of the bronohlal tubes and a troublesome ooafh, whloh raT. treat aruletr to mj friends and mjrself, aa two brothers died from bronohlal consumption. I tried many medl cinea, bat reoelred no benefit. X wae at last Induced to try Hood's Saraaparllla, and I am lint tbe same man In health or feellnss. Mr catarrh Is cured, mj throat la en. tlrelr well, and a depepsia trouble, with slot headache, hare all disappeared." E. M. I.incolk, Si Chambor at,, Boston. N. 1). lie sura to cat onlr Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all dnurslsta. (1 ; six for IS. Prepared onlj I Sold br all dnnirlsta. SI six for $3. Prepared only br O. I. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Maes. I b O. I. HOOD 4CO Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass. IOOI)OSI!HONKIiOI.l,Alt ' 1IW IIOHKH ONK HOLLAR her aa your wife, you must tako hor for her self alone. This you know ; but I have some thing for more important to say, and, until you hnvo heard it, I must consider that your offor has not been mnde. Thoro is n cloud resting upon my name and life which has caused me for years to hold myself aloof from all acquaintanceship or friendship has obliged me to earn a poor livelihood by hard and incessant labor, and has condemned my girl to daily toil. " Fifteen years ogo I hold n good position in a city house. There were only two clerks above me, and had things prospered with mo, I might by this timo have had a sharo in tho business. I knew tho work thoroughly, was shrewd and fortunate In what I undertook, was respected, and, I thought, trusted thor oughly. The junior partner, I always fan cied, disliked me, yet 1 cannot say that he evor acted unjustly towards me, or that his feelings ever did moro than bias his judg ment against me. Ono day there had been a great rush of business, and during tho morn, mg one of the partners handed mo over .800 in bank-notes that I was to pay into the bank later in the day. I thought at the time that I had opened my desk and pushed them in a corner, but I may hiu o laid them on tho desk at the Bidoof a ledger I was consulting. However, I soon afterwards went out to luncheou, locking my desk carefully, accord, ing to my custom, beforo I went. In tho afternoon I was preparing to go to the bank, and opening tho desk felt for the notes in the corner where I imagined I had placed them. I could not feel them, and opening my desk to its widest extent, I looked with anxiety in every corner, but, to my horror, in vain. At that moment the junior partner came up and asked me what made mo look so whito. Vim I ill ? I could hardly gasp out i " ' The notes ! lost!' " Ho assisted me in tho search, but tho miss, lug notes wero not to bo found. ' ' It is very peculiar,' I said. " ' It is indeed very peculiar,' said John, son, eyeing mo in a fetrauge, searching man. tier. " There was much excitement in tho office ; everyone was questioned and cross-examined, but no information could be obtained. Iu more than one private interview with tho partners I was compelled to admit that I had no reason to suspect anyone, I had looked my desk before going" out, and It was cer tainly very nnfortuntae that I had left the office between the receiving of the notes and the dlsoovory of the loss. The junior partner was very persistent in cross examining mo, and probably my anxiety and bewilderment may haye A-AitiiajaMftiwaaaatiMfesataaiWa m, jMiaO Tbe llnllfroB anit the HnaUe. (om las MrUlnniilla (Ttnn.t Standard, While Mr. Hpurlock was up the river fishing he saw a small annko crawl out on the bank and coil himself on a rock for a comfortable dozo In the ami. Presently a healthy.looking bullfrog of robust lmiimrtions anil n smiling countenance crawled lazily nut of tho water, nml took an easy position quite near his serpentine majesty. His snakeship surveyed the inirudcr for a few moment with n ejo to business, and flnnlly roiiclmled to awallow him whole, which feat he successfully ami speedily ac complished, bo far there Is nothing particularly remarkable about tho performance, h snakes are In tlio habit of doing such thlngi, but uow for the crowning event ot tho entertain im'iit. That nnako was dtstlni'it to repent of his ravh net, for tho frog soon boraino weary of his new and nil her circumscribed quarters, aud began nmMtn! rigorous efforts to extnente himself. After walloping llio earth around with thu snake for a while the frog griw ilespi-rato, ami with one last mluhty i' (Tort he Jumped Into the river with tho sn.ikv, and In his struggles aurreeiicd In drowning both his cimimbcrcr ami himself. Mr. Spurlock stoutly attests the truth of the alioro statements. A flrrnt Itnt Hunt with 1'rrrcta. Itntna Mantptllrrlrnd.) 5jW.i!.l About otic hundred of our citizens gathered this morning to witness a novel rat hunt. Tho place selected was an old house on the bauk of tbe river at tho toot ot High street. Mix ferrets and three fcotch tcrrlera hod been procured for tho occasion, ami It was evident that If the rat supply was suf ficient thero would be some lively sport. The fer rets were let loose, and Iu a few minutes tho fun began. I'lrst nn old grnv beard came out or a hole as if shot from a jrun. Una uf the terriers nabbed him, gavo one vicloas shake and his dead body was thrown Iu tho box. Then the rats beiran to pour out In streams. The little terriers tatloned them soltes, and an tho rats came nut, In an effort to escape lho blood-thirsty ferrets, the terriers pounced npon and killed them. The sport lasted about two hours aud the box contalnod US dead rata. Krplorxr Grvfly xrill tcrlte about future . ploratians for the Xorth Pole in the Sunday Would. ai A More Hubstnntlnl Complaint. From tha ffate Orlaana rtrnynna, Douqnct throwing In theatres Is a nnlstnco that should be rehearsed If It must be tolerated. No Idiot dodo knows how or when to throw a bouquet, and very few hrasi-Jewelrr actresses know how to pick one up gracefully. Don't bo a clam. Tne girl cannot eat n two-bit bouquet. Give her birds on toiuil when she looks hungry. s s i -vaaaaaj AMUSKMKNT8. AMUSEMENTS. (l M H. R. JACOBS S THIRD AVENUE THEATRE,! M prices CORNER 3D AVE. AND 3 1ST ST. fffl ITWSY1 TUP 5IMP OUn BRATINO OAPAOmr TESTED MOHTLT. $H ttLualS lUCl Onfllri TnIjACKNOWi,iUGEI r0I'UL,AIlTIIBATIlI0FNHWTOlXK. "WU inn HATIHEES HOHDAY, WEDHESDAY AKD SATURDAY. ' J9 '', NKXTl FRANK IIAllVKY'B OUKAT PLAT. fSJH U'LlhU THE STRONGEST MELOIJUAMA OF TO-DAY, w9 BESERVED SEATS rpjjg W AGES QF gJJ ' FKKARKTICD BY II. It. JACOslfH OWN COMPANY. Jfl Qi"ba ,l rn BOX OFFIOE ALWAYS OPEN. TELEPHONE. NO. MS NTH. iJH JOC. aim OOC. gBATS BKOUKKD ONE WEEK IN ADVANCE. '9 This grrnt picture is drsttnrd to prtttth many a potrrrfut sermon to reverent as trelt am irreverent hrholtters. Long tire the artist It ho can create suth sublime works of art. TJcr. JAMES UOADLKY, Faith rrrsbvlerian Church. MUSKACHY'S GREAT RELIGIOUS PAINTINO, CHRIST ON CALVARY. NOW ON EXIIiniTIQN AT THE WD STREET TAHKHNAOLE. WEST OF OTn AVE. Open dallj, 10 A.M. t 10 P. If. t Bandars, 1 to 10 P.M. ADMISSION. OO CENTS. STAR THEATRE. Leaawia and Manas-ere. u ,. .Abber. Bftboeffel A Graa TO.NIUIIT, AT 8 O'CLOCK. MR. lIENItT IRVINO, MISS ELLEN TERRY AND THE LYCEUM COMPANY. TUB IIKLI.H." MATHIAB (hU onl nel part) .... M U, HENRY mVTNO; Alfred Jlnal. (his orlLa" iartMR. IIENRYIRVINO boa office Dow open for the first two weeka. 1 A Til STREET T11BATRE. COR. TH AVE. JLXl Matlnne. Wednesday and SatnrdsT. TlilltU WEEK AND LAST HUT ONE OF CEO. S. KNIGHT , In Bronton llnwinl't and lUrid IIaIuoo'b new pl7 RUDOLPH. Cillery, 35m newtcd, 33o., 60o., 76c.. 1 and tl.SO. I3IFTII AVENUE THEATRE. ; Proprietor aud Mantter..... Mr. John Stetson To-nfaht at 0. hunt uerfnrmnnrn of MRS. POTTER IN "ftlM.K. IK IIKRHSIFIt." Supported by MR. KYRLE BELLRW (Dr coucu.r of Mr. II. E. Abber, of Wallaeaa), MONDAY. NOV. 14. "LOYAL LOVE." MADISON SQUARE THEATRE. Mr. A. M. PALMER .......Sol. Uaaacw Ueains st 15.30. Satardar Matin, at 3. THE MARTYR. WITH A BTRONU OAST. GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. PIXLEY. Ilesaned Hull, Orehestra Circle and Tl .loony, SOo. WEDNENDAY-MATINEES-SATURDAY. ANNIE PIXLEY In THE DRACO.VS DAUUUTEO, Neat Wees-FREDKHICK. WARDE. Next Sunday- Prof. Cromwell's New lecture, PARIS. TnE MAONIF1CBNT CITY. mONY PASTOR'S THEATRE. 1TH BT. TONY PASTOR "AND NEW SHOW. LITTLE TIOH JOHN T. KELLY AND A HOST. piven mo tho air of ono who was prevaricat inc Suffice it to say that ruy employers, for getting mv faithful service of tweuty years, rc'iuestotl mo to resign my appointment. No iirotestntions of mine wore of any avail. They ovideutly thought that I hail given way to temptation, and I rotired a broken-hearted man. It was useless for mo to try for em ployment in the city with such a gravo bus. picion resting on my character. I got rid of my house and furniture, and took this little cottage, whoro I havo lived ever since. After trying many things, I obtained work as a copyist, ana have contrived ou the money thus earned to keep up a shabby respectabil. ity. Yos, sir, I am poor, shabby, old, living in a back street, under on assumed name, but, by Heaven, an honest mon an honest man 1 Now that you havo heard my story, do you ask me to givo you my daughter?" " Yes athouBamltimes, yes! " said Frank, jumping up and taking tho weeping girl in his arms. " I do askyou, and 1 firmly and heartily believe that Iara taking the honest daughter of an honorable man.'' "Oh. Frank, dear Frank, bless vou for your words," said Mary. The mother camo to to him, and taking his hand, kissod it in grat itude for his faith in ono so precious to her loyal old heart. Tho two men grasped hands in that cordial firm grip that means true and loyal friendship. They bad'Tcsumed their seats, and wero chatting about tho City and commerce when Sir. Emerton said : " I wonder if my old firm Smith, Emmett lt Johnson are still flourishing ?" " Whatl" cried Frank, his eyes wide open with astonishment. "You mean to say that your firm was actually Smith, Emmett & Johnson r" " Yes ; do yon know it ?" " Know it 1 Why, it's mine. I've been thero nine years ; and oh 1 what a stupid thick head I must lime, that it did not strtke mo at once. You aro Itowlands ?" "Whatl havo you heard them speak of mo?" "Indeed, yes. Ours, as you know, Mr. Itowlands, is an old-fashioned houu), with many curious nooks and corners. Some three years ago tho governors resolved to have the office fitted up in the modern style. We had to crowd a bit, and to use one part of the office while the workmen altered the other, Almost the first thing they did was to pull down what must have been your old desk, and the walnsooting to which It was affixed. One of the partners was looking on and I beard his loud exclamation of surprise soon after the wainscoting was taken from the wall. lie bod stooped to pick up a bun- i . . mm L'taafaal A MARRIAGE BTOILEP. jH Ilia Sweetheart I.auiihed nt Him la Kb BlaV J lemma and He Clot Mad. Ifsal fro. tha San FYaneiata Catt, 1mJH The spoiling of a marriage Is a very serloas affalry I i especially after the joang man baa succeeded la ilI serening up his courage to tho "sticking point 1 1H and proposed and been accepted by the fair mat4 ftfeal ot questionable summers, but of a decidedly yonnir t'VH appearance. It was not until several d.ijs had fled Kmasm and tuo truant swain not potting In hla appearance 'flsLm at tho mansion or answering the preaaing little) &sH aweclly scented blllet-donz breathing for repent- yl anoe that pretty Itoaallna Cartrlght realized the 'SawLm danger of Unghinir at an Incident even though It iflsW eras a ludicrous ono and the sufferer her affianced. ,H Philip de Morton, a trim little gentleman, who H alvrnjs looked aa If he had Just been tnmbled out of iH a bnmlbox, everything about him having an air of iSH neatness and taate, la the person referred to. Hem Unfortunately this evening ho was In full ball ' SasH room dress for a party to which he was about to tcvaaH escort Mlssltnsulini. Whllo awaiting the arrival -iliasfl of tho carrlneo the brlde-ln.prospcctlvo turned to 'jiH the piano and commenced to sing "We'd Delter "sasfl Mile a Wee. " Listening entranclngly to the mnalo vH and slnglntt Mr. Philip do Morton le.ned too far flH back In the broVen.legged rocklng-chalr upon slaH w hlch ho was resting, the conaeqnences being that -"Jsaai tho chair toppled ovir. depositing the occupant ':2B upon scvenil sheet ot blnl-llme fly-paper. Tho WLt noise startled the singer, who, woman-like, cried sm out, but on noticing the ludicrous position of her ?sH betrothed, commenced laughing so Immoderately izsm as to bring the other members of tho family Into 'wlmsB the room, who, taking In the amusing situation of ,;sm poor l'hlllp struggling underneath the rocker, and tiM endeavoring to rid himself of tho fly-paper, Joined, t'jsm In the laughter. '?H Clearing himself of the broken chair and pieces H ot fly-paper, -Mr. de Morton picked up hla hat and . H ran Indignantly from the room. Humor has It that 'H .Miss Uosallna Cartrlght will have to remain for 'wLm several summers vet as a marriageable eaten, for tl l'hlllp haa taken tho matter to heart so much as to H swear he will never marry her, and has gone so iH much further as to return all the presents and JiLmH letters he had received from Miss Cartrlght, at the vM same time requesting her to destroy hlscorro- MsH spomlenee. Mure than likely a breach-of-promlse .VLm ciise will bo the noxt sensation In the courts, IS , AH rcltanco can be placed In those who know, tr'H H Kflrct. of liarly Training. .'H From Ilarpar'a Baaar, 1 Fond Father (to fond daughter, who has under) fniH gone a somewhat palntal operation at the dentist's): $1 And my little girl didn't cry and carry on while) vH tho dentist wan extracting her tooth? B Foul Daughter Tho Idea, papal You don's ntH suppose I'd behave In that manner In a strange) -saH placet $5aM TTAHIIIOAN'S PARK THEATRE. -i CaM rl EDWARD 1IA1UUOAN Propria JaUeasi DAVE TIRAIIAM unci hlp..puli.r orchestra. Uafl wednksday-matinkb-saturdayT i h Look oat for I'KTK. ' ?S DOCKSTADER'S. !:I HI.KCTIilN IIAV." SStasi or FUN AT THE POLLS. 7-lH AILLK. II U HltAsn ISAK SMsm The alnsleal Klnas, iS3B wood, nity ant and hiirppard. UREAT FIRST PART. t WU MstlnM Rlnrdr,3.30. ,H niO.NIlAY- FAUHT. ' '!jH TTItlON SOUARE THEATRE. J SsM BEVENT U WEEK'. fc'ONT INUWd'BU00E887' jjM THE COMEDIANS. ffflaaal ROBSON AND 6RANE, . !M In Uron.on Howanl's great oomed. riaTarl THE HENRIETTA. 1 Jifl 50th p.rformanoa, Monda, Nor. la. JQabecattri 3f aonTnlr. j IH CASINO, BROADWAy AND SUTH ST. 'B KrenlnfsatS. Matinee SatnnlaratX KflSaal The sparkllncComle Opera ysfj THE MARQUIS TjS Reoelred with roara of laosbter. sH Admlsaton .....CO cent -lB POOLE'S THEATRE. 8TII ST..4T1I AVF.ADTVAT rlS 10o., Mo.. 80o. MATS. Mon., Wed.. Than., SaW "&U SID. O. FRANCE In MARKED FOR LIFE. 'ttfl NeitweekDOMINICKMURRAYInRIOIIT'SRIOrrry Sjaaal H1INDAV KV'O NEXT, the Eminent Entertainer. .. J(1B ALFRED H. WESTON-' '7.000 Mllea In 7. QUO Bexwnda.'Sj MH EDEN MUSEE. , M Ifeut Groupt,lfew rietures,Xeu AttrewtUmMax ."Jul Concerts Hatty, Admission to alt, BOe. t 1 OADEMY OF MUSIO. EIOIITH vTSKKy M EVENINOS AT 8, MATINEE SATURDAY ATV 49S The Phenomenallr Saeoesstnl Melodrama, A?lew RESERVED BEATS. 60o.. 78e. and 1. i 'W 1JIJOU OPERA-HOUSE DUnLESQUE, ,' fflU St RICE'S Rice A Dlier'a Bnmptnons ProdnoUaoJ wH DURLESqUE TflK COltrlAIlt, - I MiM COMPANY. with Its sroraeous attraedona. 3vai to ARTISTS. Era'a at S (sharp). Mat'a Wed A Batata fj . TIUNNEIX'S OLD LONDON MUSEUM, T38' ?wli I i 730 DROADWAY. A million marrels. BnH , S'fiE ! marine dirers at work. Aateosi Sstuesi lOhonra' "iH ; performance. Admission. Soo. ; obildren, lOo. JaS AVALLACK'S. It'si YY LAST TWO PERFORMANCES OT lilS TUESDAY EVENINO, NOV. IS, &M T YCKn.M TIIKATIIE. 4th an. and Sd 81? jjtH JU Ererr erenloc at S. 15, and Satardar MaUnae. fjaafl TTIK WIKBI Messrs. Keloer, Miller. L Morse.: ix9 TUB WIFK Walout, WbeaUrotL Dlckaooi Mlasea. iSU Til it tVIil! CajTan. Henderson.TIUlon. Ac, Ac die of papers covered with dust. They must Vsm havo been between the bricks and woodwork) M for many years. His exclamation was caused ff by tne discovery that this bundle of paper -2?m was a packet of Dank-notes." mtl "Thank heavon thank heaven 1 I seel&i .jjri'il all," cried tho old man. --mrm 'Then," said Frank, "wa heard 'MM all about it. Tho other partners; camo in to exnmino the notes, and. Jgfl bit by bit, in tho course of con. 'jM versation, we heard your story. But why ffijl didn't you call after the governors advertisea. HI for you ?" vaM "I saw no advertisement. Men out of the). world as I have boen seldom look at advert M tisements, except when they want work." : "What a pity! The old governor saict MM he'd give a thousand pounds to find vou." am That evening was, perhapB, the happiest jmi evening these four people nod ever spent. a Tho old man was jubilant and could not dtv KM still for five minutes at a time. He kept gK walking about and clapping Frank on t&a 1m back every now and then would call him his ;jm dear boy. He would sit down and laugh, S then stand up and laugh, till his old wlfo MS began to fear that he was turning crazy. It Jji was a very late hour indeed before he would; JB part with Frank, who, it was arranged, should the next Monday morning inform tha dm firm of his discovery, leaving them to tako J their own method of righting the great wrong; E that had been done. at Frank lost no time in obtaining a private) )fc interview with his employers, one satlsfao. W tory result being that he had an advance in 'M salary before he left the room. It was not jP long before Smith fc Company had done all ,v. they possibly could to compensate their MM old seyvont for his past misfortune. Ho 'j3 had been too long out of tha '74 City, and was too much altered, to be of any trw use in their office, but they gave him a com- Iffi fortuble annuity, and ho had. through them, 3s more than one opportunity of seeing somo of Jj3 those who had known him of old, and of '3E1 making them aware that his good name had. SJfl been rehabilitated. Mm As to what happened afterwards to Frank l$M and Mary, I have little to say. Last summer j I spent a day at their suburban villa soma few miles from Broad street. Mrs. Denton mm was a most amiable hostess i her father and 'Mm mother seemed as happy as old people with- yM out a care In the world ought to be. I had t 7)01 the pleasure of riding Master Frank Estunett S Denton on my knees t and as for Frank. senior, he confided to me in the garden that CM sinoo he had been married he wasthe "laai-, $M est beggar out," and hardly ever wea awy- tl where exoept on buslneis. i '-M