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m -a OiATB ABOUT CDERENT AND FUTURE EVENTS AT TUB THEATRES. BUaT Chief Illn.trnted by no Incident at the tyreom-HeTlTBl of " School t Wal- ' laok'e Plana for Sin. Jamei Drown Pot ter' Tonr The Present Reason One of the Dot llrer Knonn-A New Hlor. jssr ERE is fin amusing in. xJKttK, K I cident furnished by tAw WJh B i '8S Georgia Cayvnn's xVTOllli wrea USCl 'n " The f T8ravrJiil Wife " at tho Lyceum If'vrofliayB Thcatro, which eotno fJ$S&A 'mo ago wns ,no cnulS8 JNvjC-g"'jJ 0 forgetting a black S?&5MF eve n rehearsal. It ht'&K&& & convulsed tho audi Kfrrt&fflfci&fJi ence aD( showed 'WrWf Plnly how llttlo xj-fvx nctors and actreBSos ffiKfi'jtmf oe' tno'r tearful ut jffirVAp torances.frenzicd cries nj nn sorrowful moods fjJMc!vX ftr h curtain has y itrTz IS- fallon, and manago to get a llttlo rcoreation between tho acts. As a rule the audience does not see this rocreo tion. It would spoil the illusion of the play. At the end of tho first act of " Tho Wifo " Henry Miller sees Miss Cayvan, who has m&rriod another, arrayed In hor wedding clothes. The sight is so painful to him that he rushes forward, soizes tho wreath, shrioks : ' Take it off, I say, take it off," and dashes it to tho ground. On the night in question Mr. Miller did his pleasant little nhriok nicely. " Take it off, toko It off," he cried, but somehow or other ho missed his aim and could not reach tho wreath. It stayed on, and the curtain desconded upon tho act. Tho applause was not particularly Inspiring, as Mr. Miller had missed a good point. Tho large audienco didn't soom to want the curtain raised, at least so Mr. Miller and Miss Cayuan thought. No sooner was the curtain down than Mr. Miller wont up the stage and faced Miss Cnyvnn. That little lady took off the wreath, stooped in tho atti tude of a quoit player, and advanced to Mr. Miller. "See if you can catch it now" and was about to throw it in a sportivo manner.whon, to her horror and dismay, sho saw the cur lain was up and the audienco in full appre ciation of tho sceno. Tho surpriselof tho two artists literally rooted them to tho ground. They could not seo tho humorous side of tho situation. Miss Cayvan nfter , wards said that it was a case of stage fright , which far exceeded that of her first nppenr- , anco. Mr. Miller cannot explain why it was that he couldn't movo off the scenes. But t the audienco laughed and forgot tho mishap, and it is not likely to occur again. I "Sohool," at Wallack's last night, drew a 1 crowded audience that evidently appreciated '. the dainty humor of Robertson's charming comedy and tho excellcnco of Mr. Abbey's ' company. Thoro were several new-comers 1 in the organization and they mot with a very k favorable roccption. Miss Ketta Guion ap- peared as Bella, and mado that extremely 1 goody-goody young woman as attractive as ' possible. Mrs. Louisa Eldridgo was a capital Mrs. Sutcliffn, and Mrs. Dodworth, who was seen for tho first timo in an American theatre, 1 did tho unsatisfactory part of Krux very ' fairly. John Gilbort was heartily applauded as Dr. Sutcliffe. Mrs. Abbey was not a good Naomi Tigho. Bho mado herself too differ 1 ent from the other schoolgirls. It was ovi- l dent that her position in tho company was superior to that of the others. Bho was too " loud, too self-conscious and far too friendly with the audience. In tho last act, however, Mrs. Abboy did capitally with tho love letter, j Osmond Tearlo as Jack Poyntz, E. D. Ward as Lord Beaufoy, and J. W. Pigott as Beau . Fnrintosh were conventional. "School" , was well staged. Since the announcement of the big produc tion of "Sho" at Niblo's, companies with 1 that play as an attraction havo been springing up like mushrooms. A company, organized a short time ago, played ono week in 'WiU i iamsburg. This week a company undor tho r management of Richard 0. Whito is dragging (through an engagement in Philadelphia. Tho sudden doparturo of its backer, Dr. washing, ton 0. Winters, placed the scheme in a very precarious condition, fo that on Saturday night it was generally concluded that no fur ther performances would be given. How. 1 over, on Monday night, without any an- ' nouncoment in tho newspapers, the company opened again. Mr. Whito said in Philadel- pnia that he could not toll how long "She" would run. Tho monoy ho received in New York to continue the performances was from a friend not in tho theatrical business. The . Niblo's people are not dauntod by theso pro- 1 auctions. ' Galled Baok" was treated in a ' similar way. So was " Tho Martyr " and a number of other plays. i The present season has boon one of the best ever known in the theatrical world, so j cay various theatrical agencies. This is sup- j posed to bo due to tho interstate commerco bill, which, instead of being detrimental to the interests of tho profession, has proved j beneficial. It has kept a great many of tho cheaper companies from going on tho road, ' and left tho field comparatively clear for tho j better ones. Tho number of companies on j the road has boen reducod by about 25 per cent. Tho Now York theatres aro mostly pros- poring, and in tho larger cititB, like Boston, I ' WINNINGA WIFE. nis BTortY. r f.U I IIHL'irYJIIII " t0 my twenty-fourth i v I B'Jw'iaiu 3 ycar HVC(1 'n n flour- VWTC I rlrwni I ishinB Now EnGlaud S n ffi W Y 1 I v'uSo, whero my 1 '5 I H I II father, a well-to-do 3& ill a It 'awJ'er ""! always y i s I J ji resided. Ho had an ' Zaj!! L LJI I unbounded rospoct for i jrgrTfSSgmHmjjhis profession, by 3 fmW"'Vifflk'"hich ho had amassed r wealth and gained tho t $1 I JT?5proputation of boing a nnlilfninWlimrTTtl cue 'awyer' had I Irafsu (ll&lft not uo Vr'v"eK ' lli7Z2SlmljMFii''0C''''nK uPon n,y U1mS!3S)CiK3 own calling, my father , nTjTWTflnJYnearly decidipg that I Uail iTll'l f 'Ulshould follow in his i footsteps. So, after being educated at Har- Twd, I commencod tho study of law in my t father's office. Upon arriving at tho ago I bovo mentioned, and naviug been admitted j to the bar, n position was secured for mo j l.liii NeW York law flnu' wliere l would J have tho chance of "showing what was iu toe." Metropolitan lifo was new to mo, and, Ulo I did not plungo recklessly into its dissipations, I was disposed to soo lifo. , Ivery ovening found mo at tho theatre, and , ter hours were too often spent in gambling i , SW' MT allowanoe of money was liberal, JL "il1 'onnd no difficulty iu spending it. 1 i JjMt I drifted into a leading Broad- I! i o'uea;0''1? tpokanoroheetraohair. I i SSu 1" fu? ',lec9 before, so it did not par- te?!lflyJ,Ilt0.rS8tlne: Thus It wob that my nraadexodirom tho bUbo to thoAudienoo, Philadelphia, Washington and Chicago, busi ness has ne vor been bettor. Next season prom, lses to be good from a "stellar" standpoint, though managers droad with a rigorous and overwhelming dread tho effect of a Presiden. Ual election. Next yoar, howovor, Mary An. dersqu, Ooquolin, tho Meiniugon Company, Booth and Barrett and Nellio Farren's Bur lesouo Company, from London, promise good things for tho managors of those attractions. Ono of tho new additions to the ranks of the ambitious young inon who would a star ring go is E. H. an Vechten, who played tho part of tho English lord in "Tho Llttlo Tycoon." Ho will start about tho first of tho ycar with a new play. It. E. Oraham. of tho same company, will follow Mr. Van Vechton's oxamplo. Mrs. Potter has reduced her timo In Boston from two wooks to ono. She will play In that city beginning Jan. 2. Mr. II. Clay Miner intends taking her through n great number of " ono-night " towns in I'enusyl vania. Mrs. Potter's reputation will un doubtedly bring bur one largo audience, and Mr. Minor is of the opinion that short visits will bo more profitable than long ones. m m ORANGES ARE SCARCE THIS IEAR. The Crop In Florida Much Smaller and Prices lllghtr Than Uaual. g&' EALEHS in Florida mTyiz&ir oranges are expecting ""y ;2&rf.rffixi' to make big profits Ja TsTfr ' "'np'SMEfr this year on account " S "fylpi of the shortness in tho I fl JI ,,,. Ez crP Tho fruit has V I r$&"$W&EA nst ',eBnn to como A WjffjA into markot, and only K S JwKrriy one or wo Bn'Pmonts m?77nllJJP 1"T0 ' Jet ueon re- ''fffigilllilli) ceived. It is of good quality, however, and this is oncouraging, " AVo havo received none of thefruitasyct," said ono of tho largest retail dealers in tho market to-day, " because tho first fruit that arrives is always sour, and wo have to koep it so long before it becomes sweet that it does not pay to buy it now. The later shipments aro alwayB sweoter. None of tho retail deal, ers begin to handlo Florida oranges before December or tho last part of November for this reason. " Tho crop is very short this year, and if reports aro true there will not be more than half as many Florid oranges received in New York this year as last. I mot a big Florida orange-raiBcr who has orchards of nearly eighteen thousand trees, the other day, and ho told mo that some of his orchards were not yielding at all. Ho could not tell what tho causo of the barrenness was, but many of the trees had not blossomed at all. Many attributo it to the cold snap which de. stroyod so large a portion of tho crop a year and a half ago, the etlect of which is just making itself apparent, but others say that tho climato this year has not been favorable. " All tho oranges that are received now aro taken care of by the largo commission mer chants until tho retail trade begins, when they expect to dispono of them readily enough, on account of tho diminished sup. ly. Tho prico por box is now from $3.60 to b6, according to tho bizo and quality of tho fruit, which is a good deal higher than last ycar, when a fine quality of fruit could bo purchased for SJ3.C0 and $3. I don't boliove that in a month from now you will bo ablo to get any sort of Florida oranges, provided they aro in good condition, short of $1.60, and prices may go still higher." A DOLIAR DINNER FOR FOUR. Contributed Dally to "The Evening- World" by One of the llest Known City Chefs. Atto-daj's market prices the material tor this dinner can bo purchased for $1. O O Socr. lluttoo Broth. Tlisa, TUlet of Sole. Tomato Banoa, Roabt. Chicken, muffed. Succotash. Mashed Potato. Oyster riant. Dzsskbt. Apples lie. French Paucakei. Cheese. Chocolate. O (i Dainties of the Market. Prima rib rout, 18o. to 20o. Tnbitern, 8o. to 10o. Purlerhiituw stmk, 25i. White flah. ISO, Klrloln tek, 13o. to 20o. Pickerel, fro to 15o. Leg mutton, 16o. Frost flan. Bo. Mmb chona, 25o. to 23o. Flounderi, lOo. !g real, 20o. Halmon tront, 12a. KnifUah mutton ehopii. 25c. Illuuan, ISo. Lambhlndu.'tera.lio.tolGo. White perch, 10c. tolRc Veal cutlete, 2Bc. Red inappera, 15o, to 18o. Hweetbreada, fift per dozen. Halibut, 16c. to 18o. Ualfea' beada, 60c. to oOo. htrlped bii, 15c. to 2So. lloaatlng pig, SJ.fiO each. Black baaa. lOo. to loo. Iloaatchlcken,12o.to20o.lb. Bhecpahead, 21)0. to29o. Ttoaatingturkeva.lto.toloo. Hmelta, 16c. to20o. fitiuaba, SJ.MJb. $1 doB. Little-neck iluu, 40o. to liuaton xeeae, IGc. to 20o. &0o. a 100. lloaton ducka, 18c. to20o. Ojatera. 76c. to$l. 50100. Ordlnarr ducka, lie, to lBc. Terrapin, il2to$3a doi. CanTaaabacka. 83.60 pair. Orcan Turtle, 12Xo. lb. Oruuae, SI. 25 pair. Green turtl" aoup, iSlquart. l'artrld;e,75o.lom.Mpalr. Fngalrga, COo. lb. llepd blrda, $1 dosnn. Terrapin atew. 91 quart. Henheada, 81. 60 pair. Rhrinipa, 91.60 per gallon. Mallarda, 81 pair. Hoailopa. 91,60 per gallon. Teal, 76o. pafr. Oolerjr, 12o. bunch. CaiKna,25o. lb. Peaa, 80c. hlf-peck. Ouall, 93.6U dm, Hquaahra, 10c to 16o. Kngllab anipe, $3.60 doi. Pumpkins, 20o. IMorer, 93 dns, Muahrooios, 81 qnart. Hall. 81.60 dot. Uniona, 15o. to 20o. half- ItabblU, 25e. apiectt. perk. Venison, 20o. to 5o. Caullilowera, 10o. to ISo, Woodoock, 1 pair. lettuce, 5o. head. Kreah cod tmguns, lBo, lb. Oranbenrs, lOo. quart. Freah mackerel, 16c. Hnmeradlah, lOo. root. Hea baaa, 15o. Sweet potatoea, 20c. half. Kreah Konebock aalmnn&o iwck. Frtteh Spanlah Mackerel, 76o Lima beans, 20o. quart. Chicken Halibut, 18o. l'e planta, 10c. Cod, Cc, Ulster plant, 100. a bunoh. To nne and all we Bar use Adambon's Dotamjo Couaa HaLSAM. Heat druggists, 10c. . and rested upon the f aco of a woman in ono of tho boxes. My gaze was instantly en chained: for it was one of the most perfectly beautiful faces that I had over soen. No de scription of mine could do it justice. So wrapt was I in my admiration of her queenly beauty looking at it with a sudden passion that was tleepor and moro real than any I had ever felt in my life. I Mas thinking what I would givo, what peril I would daro, to call this woman my own. All this lower world seemed nothing to mo when weighed against her ; and in such a moment a man of my stamp rarely remembers any other world. Very possiblj' it was absurd to bo so com pletoly carried awav with it pretty foce; but that did not alter tho fact. At last the play ended : and standing in tho lobby, I saw tho young lady come out with a malo companion, enter a carriage, and whirl away. " Very likely I shall never seo her again," I muttered ; " but I would givo my mouth's ullownneo to know who sho is." Thon I sauntored into a neighboring bill iard.room and played a game with astrangor, a proceeding which billiard-room ctiquetto is graciouB enough to allow. My opponent was a well-dressed young man, and exceed ingly affablo in his manners so muoh so that were on quite familiar terms before the seo ond game had been finished. Our conversa tion ran nbout as follows : "Aro you a htrangor in New York?" ho asked, carelessly. " No, not exactly ; havo been living hero a couplo of months or so." " And have seen in that timo, I presume, all that is worth seeing iu New York ?" " Well, no; I suppose, although I havo im proved tho timo tolerably woll." " Well, yours is something like my own rase. I como to this city soveral weeks ago, and have been looking about quite Indus-, trloutly ever sinoe, taking in the gambling hells, ita, Hut last night I saw what is worth I seeing a gambling saloon that is a paradise of luxury. Everything about it is so quiet, retired and elegant. It ia kept, too, by a woman at least, bo I was informed and a remarkable beauty she is, too." A gambling saloon kept by a woman was in. SPORTS INDOORS AM) OUT t TEA HOTITRfl OP JORDAN, TIIB N. T. A. C'8 STERLINa ATHLETE. A Herlr of Moonlight Chaae Through Pros pect Park All the Harriers) Itoady for Cold-Weather Hport Dos; Fnnelara Oolajj Ronth Fine Hport Promlaed at tho Alaa. ballon Club's Croat-Country Itun. fNE of the best known amatour athletes in America at present is Mr. Alex. Jordan, the "sterling athloto" of the New York Athletio Olub and the amateur all-around champion. Mr, Jordan Is a well, shaped, splondld look ing fellow, twenty-flve years of age, B feet 10 inches toll, and scaling ISO pounds. Many olaim that Jor dan, who has long beon recognized as ono of tho best amateur all around men In the 'world, is even superior to Ford. Jordan's first entry into athletics was when he joined that nursery of champions, the Fastimo Ath letio Club, in 1879. Jordan's best hold is on tho hurdlos and tho running broad Jump. Ho holds the record ovor tho timbors for 190 yards 16 1-5 seconds and his running broad jump record is 22 feet 6H inohes. There are only two amatour jumps of this kind in the world that aro ahead of this they are Ford's, 23 feet, and Jack Voorhoe's, 22 feet 8 inches. Tho Now York Athletio Olub man is a great favorito, is ono of tho most gentlemanly of athlotes, and has n mortgage on at least four or nvo medals at overy meeting ho enters. The first of a series of moonlight ohases through Prospect Tark, Brooklyn, by the Prospect Harriers, will take placo this even ing, and tho event has already aroused much Interest in amateur sport circles. Saturday, however, will bo a rod-lotter dav for tho Har riers. Tho Prospect Club will havo their third paper chase of the season on that day; tho Fleetfoot Harriers and the Orescent Ath letio Club will have runs across country In Long Island, and tho open cross-country handicap of tho Spartan Harriers, tho start boing at Mount Vernon, will be run. Tho latter will be an important event, for such woll-known long-distanco runnors as E. O. Coster, Sklllman, Lloyd and Collett will tako part. The ninth annual field trial meeting of the Eastern Field TrialB Club commences next Monday at High Point, N. O., and several members of the Westminster Kennel Club, and many dog fanciers in this vloinity will start on Saturday for tho South. The West minster Kennel Club will givo its dog show at tho Madison Square Garden on Feb. 21, 22, 23 and 23 of noxt year. The fall games of the Seventh Regiment will be held at the Armory on Saturday, Deo. 8. There will bo an intor-company tug-of-war, each team being composed of four men, with tho time limited to five minutes and tho combined weight 685 pounds, whioh promises to be tho great event of they day. The annual handicap cross county run of the Manhattan Athletio Olub, which will be held on Nov. 21. promises much sport. The distance is five milos, and the start will be made from High Bridge. Five medals will reward the winners. PRETTY BONNETS AT WALLACK'S. In one of the lower boxes a young woman appeared in a handsomo white silk dress, cut low. She attracted a great deal of attention. Mrs. Abbey's bright red dress in tho first act matched a number of the bonnets seen in the audionoe. Red is very popular at tho theatres. A curious bonnet had a foundation of black velvet. It was dotted closely with jet beetles and surmounted with black and whito fcathors. A costume suggostlve of the Puritan maiden was of light gray oloth, plainly made. The bonnet was of gray and so woro tho gloves and tho cloak. A littlo lady who arrived in an enormous bat and took a front seat removed the offend ing Gainsborough. Bho was rewarded by a number of grateful glances. A lady in a back seat wore a plain gray' cashmere dreBs, which was set off and decid edly enlivened by a large white silk embroid ered sash, elaborately arranged. Tho New Wrinkle for ClaarrttcBmokera. from rMliitlfMa Ntui.i The heart of the ultra-fahlonable youth has lat terly begun Influencing his pocket to the extent ol $19 or $15 for a half-ounce weight cigarette-holder. The tiny bowl ami stem are made of solid gold, with daintily enamelled forget-me-nots scattered over the surface. The mouthpiece Is of clouded amber. When All l!lsr, Failed. New Yobk, March SI, 1867. GEirrLZarKM: After many so-called remedies had failed to Oubx ran of a Terr sore snd Inflamed thnat, with loss of mice, I tried a buttle of your tixPECTORaNT, and am Terr clad to say that loruc before 1 had taken the contcnU thereof I wae KHTlnr.LT CunxD. rieaa send O. O. 1). three liottlesuf yuur ''inker's Compound rlarsaparltla n and oblljra " Mrs. Ellis Tbobt, 1229 10th an. . doed a novelty, and I at onco formed a desire to seo it. "Would you like to visit this placo?" asked my companion, apparently reading my wishos. " Yes t can you introduce mo ? " " Certainly ; we can go to-night, If you wish." I assented, and wo wero soon on our way uptown. In one of tho rrspectablo cross streets, betweon Madison and Union square, my newly found friend ascended tho steps of a stone house. The ring at tho boll was an. swored by a colored waiter, and my com panion sent in his card. With but littlo delay we wero ushered into a beautifully furnished parlor. At tho end stood a faro-table, around which sat four or five men playing. We ad vanced towards it, and I Btaried involuntarily as I saw a lady sitting at tho right hand of thn dealer. It was tho same face that I had seen two hours before at tho theatre. Bho looked oven more beautiful than when I first saw her a marvel. I thought, of love, liiiess. Sho appeared to be about 20 years of ago ; and her manner, as she spoke with the guosts, was haughty, yet ladyliko and self-possessed. I played a little, and lost ; but I cared not for that, nor for anything, so long as I could gaze upon tho face of Lou Aubrey. When I wont to my room that night it was to dream of tho fair one of tho gambling house. Tho next night found me again at tho retired gaming table, under the bewilder ing eyes of Lou Aubrey, And thus tho days passed by, every night finding mo deeper in tho toils, and moro infatuated with the woman whose beauty had blinded mo to tho fact that I was being fleeced by a gang of vil lains whoso tool sho was. One night, probably because Lou was tem porarily absent from the room. I ployed with greater caution and won heavily. The room was oaoupled solely by the three men, who, I had learned, were the proprietors of the es tablishment. My goodluok seemed to annoy them, and when I had won several hundred dollars, I announoed my intention of oeaaing play. At that Instant ono of th rnfflanty TTT0 TESTS OP A HALV DOLLAR. Cots DUllaoton Cram aad an Aldoraaaa Gain Valuable Knowledge. WONDER If that's good f" remarked Pun derson, meditatively, as he sounded a half dollar on tho bar at Alderman P. Dlvver's Park row resort. Tho piece fell with a dull. Blckeniug thud, and Col. Blllington Crum snuffed contemptu ously. "Any fool would know that was bogus," he said. "Yon must havo piokod that up over in a macaroni restaurant or stale beor dive." " No, I didn't, but the Alderman says It ain't good for the oooktails for you and mo." " Any man who would tako a piece liko that ought to be sent to an idiot asylum," re marked Col. Crum, senteutiously. " Well, I think you are both wrong." said PnnderRon, argumsntatively; whereat tho Colonel's combativeness became aroused and ho ejaculated irapatlontlyt " I'll bet you $10 it's bail, and leavo it to anybody." " I'll tako that bet," rcpllod the other, ap parently muoh excited; and he laid two on tho bar. . , . . Tho Vico-President of tho City Legislature becamo Interested, and readily assented to Funderson's proposition that ho hold tho monoy. Col. Crum had offered the wagw by forco of a bad habit of always clinching an argu ment by this expression of tho courage of his convictions, and not because ho meant It, for ho detests wagers and droads contact with tho betting lunatic Hut ho laid a crisp $10 note In the hand of P. Dlvvcr, whoroupon rundorson picked up the pioco which had caused all tho discussion and slowly peeled off a tinfoil covering which had been nicely fitted and pressed on the genuino half dollar. Then ho again sounded tho pieco on tho bar. It gave forth tho true silvery ring. Ho reached for tho money in the hands of the Aidormon. whilo the stakeholder and the victim wero too dumfounded to speak. Tho Aldorman was so lost in admiration of Pun derson that ho failed to hear the call of the latter for " thoso eooktails, and take Bomo thlu' yourself " till it had boen ropeated. Then iio ejaculated in a dazod sort of a way, " By Georgo 1 that trick's worth as muoh as my Alderman's berth to mo." Col. Crum was dejocted. Ho doclares, however, that he is dono betting a man at his own game. ABOUT-TOWN COSSIP. Big Isldor Wormsor, of the German bank-ing-honse of that namo, navigates around tho floor with a fiercely curled mnetache. Ho is jolly enough when not attending to business. Secretary Ely, of tho Stock Exchange, is n handsomo man of medium height, with iron gray hair and mustache. Ho knows moro about tho Exohongo routine than any one in this town. Victor Newcomb, ono of the most substan tial of Wall street's prominent men, is of mo. dium height, with a full brown beard, and wears eyeglasses, ne 1b quiet in dress and demeanor. Adolo Oornalbo. the dancer, is the wife of Folifonte" Morrelli, the restaurant proprietor of East Twonty-olghth street. Mmo. Cornalba practises daily, and says that graceful danc ing requires a great deal of hard work. Sergt. Walter L. Thompson, of the Harlem Police, at the Harlem Democratic Club the other night, presented Cyrus W. Hubbell, tho.successful Aldermanlo candidato of thn Twenty.thlrd Assembly District, with a wheel-nub and bell decoratod with ribbons and flowers in honor of his victory. Col. John A. McCaull submits the manu scripts of any plays he may recoivo to that sterling actress, Mmo. Mathllde Cottrelly. He abides by her judgment, which is said to bo excellent. Bho reads overything, and no author who confides a play to Col. McCaull can complain that his work has not boen considered. Too Previous, f toot (As JVtcrajfta Stat .TowrnaM lady Patron I want to get some good rat potion. Druggist (with embarrassment) Really, you are In a great haste, aren't yout "llaatet I don't see It. what do you mean T" "Well, you know you've only been married to your fourth Susband two mouths and " "And J" " For' the sake of appearances you ought to wait a while. I am afraid you will have to go elsewhere forlt." Si Nothing Wrung In It. tm Ins 1. toiil Glot: College Professor Mr. Samson, what's that you've got in your hind T Samson A hatchet. ' ' Is that a rope on your ihoulder V Yes, iir." 'What are those spots on your clothes V Blood." Whit hive yon been doing, sir J" Haling the new student. She Felt So, Too. (JYom IA Chicago Trtbins. "Iisnra," laid the jounir man, despilrlngly, ' I know it Is growing late, but this may be the last evening I shall ever see you. If there U no hope for me, Laura If your answer this night Is a anal one there is no happiness for me In this world except In the grave. Wide and deep It yawns be fore me, but I fear It not. It yawns ' ' Bo do I, George; o do I," said Laura, wearily. Anti-Poverty In France. Von Voltatrt. "My dear friend, how wero yon able to acquire such an Immense fortune?" " By a very simple method. " "Whit method Is that!" " When I was poor I mado out that I was rich, and when I got rich I made out that I was poor." ATJBBET WAS nF-NDINO ANXIOUSLT OVEIt ITK. felled me with a blow from behind, and I im mediately l0Ft COUScioUbUVSa.. Whon I awoko I was iu a htrange room lying upon a sofa and Lou Aubrey was bending anxiously over mo. nr.it stout. I was born in Now Orleans and my girlhood was spout in affluence for my parents bo. longed to one of the wealthiest oreole families of Louisiana, Tho best possible education was given me. I could not but know tbaCi grew up a beautiful girl, for everybody aud my mirror were constantly reminding me of the faot. I do not look upou it as egotism, this pioturing myself as I was when a child. Little, merry, tempting thins, with my war , AMERICAN GirSlTS ON TTIB MOYB. The Wild, M anderlng I.lfr of a Fooplo with Millions or Dollar. tJV laa niMrg linpaltJ, From the 1st to the 16th of November the great movement of American flypales from their wander ing merrlpen, or life, upon tbe road to winter quarters u In full progrtn. Bomo begin to fly from the frostj days a month earlier. Others wait with a dogged sort of cllnglnir to the tent-homos until falrlr drl en from them liy howling December norm. Frequently I ho larircr bands divide Into event smaller portion"- Thcuo gradually work their way back from extremo northern points, to their winter homis In cities and tow n, or to whero the climate la tolernbto for a little lonner stay In thelt loel out-of-door etUtence. Ihtlr far an nnal pIlitrlmlnRB are remarkable. I hire vlalted (iypy h.inua tn New llrunawlck whore members owned properly In Central Texas. liotrlnnltiK on February they tiro travelling leisurely In the nneit of wairnns, and wltn drnvrs of tho finest hones, trailing, selling, illokrrltm, trlllnir fortunes nlon&, aa the season advanced, fairly comlD with the spring from the South, until June found them, like many a more aristocratic wan derer, along the shores of the noble St. Croix. During September they would traverio the Now Kugland St ttea. In October they wore aernsa New York and Pennsylvania and well into Kentucky; and bctore the Christmas tide bad route they were bilk at tbe Ir own home lor u twn-month putter and preparation for tne noxt February departure, piT naps, across .Mltftourl and Iowa, away into the dtuglcaof tne Sauk ltlver Valley of Minnesota. Thee annnal Journey often amount to 5,noo miles, on almost lnenmprentn'ltile iiutanco when tlielr apparent ceaseless roadside tarrying! are contld eiccl. I havo no donbt that a half million of the million and a half Oypalpa we now hare amoug lis are what are known among the ltomany ai dromOypslcs, that is, (lyptleaof the road; (lypsiea whoHehcrlt aire of patriarchal and ptlKrlmlnir tradition will no more permit thorn to herd In towns, nave out of necessity, than will tuxes, or these, as I havo previously anted tn print, I havo names and ad lroseant nearly a thousand heaua of families, or petty trlbea, whoso comMned wealth exceeds J 1(0,000,00.1. Hosts nMo from these have ualned, or aro securing, llttlo properties. These largely consist of dno farmi, country tarcrns ataudi, toll-gale privileges, tracts of woodland of which they are very fond, livery and asles stables In the snullur towns and villages, and, not Infrequently, extunMve town properties, particularly the larger sales atiblei In metropolitan cities, ihousanda upon thousands are able to live comfortably without effort upon rentals and other Incomes, lint they aro nevtridle, and they never fill of passing some portion of each anmmer upon the road. Their trading, or preparations for trading, never ceae. Nor does their fortune.tell Ing, for tue wife of a Gypsy worth a quarter of a million aud 1 nave the acquaintance or more than one of tiieno will ns nimbly tell your fortune for Mirer at would tho wile of tt.e most poverty stricken Oyniy linker I ever helped solder a pan or patch a kettle. a m Ilia tllrl'a Picture In a rochet Coin. (from IA ;AllnMrAi Wtin. "1 give you n silver dollar for aomo cigars half an hour ago. Will yon look over your money drawer and see If It has been passed out " It was In a Chestnut street cigar store late Satnr day afternoon. A well-dressed young man was tho speaker. Ills fsco wore a worried ant anxious look and betrayed considerable pmurhatlon of spirit over the loas of tho silver dollar. The dealer found that he had Just eleven of the coins and ho spread them Iu a row on the counter. The young man took them up one by one, weighed each In turn In his hand nnd an expression of vcxjtlmi overHpread his face as he laid tho last down very carefully and murmured: " I knew 1 oouldn't tell that way." Then ho wont ut them again. This time he grasped the dollar firmly with ono hand and pressed his nail upon the lotter "K" In "States." At the eleventh dollar, to which he applied the nail of the little linger, all the others having been broken In the fray, there came a sudden change In tho appearance of the coin. Half of It slid one way and half the other, and In the' lower half, covered with a flat crystal, was the miniature of an extremely pretty girl. The young man heat ed a ilg t of relief, laid dnvrn a greenback In exchange, and left the store ruefully regarding his broken finger nails. Tho Mazy Walts Just 100 Yean Old. From tU rAitarf.tpsta rlm.) "Thewallr,," said a danclng-mastcr last even ing, "lathe most beautiful and moat popular of all dances. It Is dinced all over the world. And, by the way, tho ono bnndredth anniversary of Its birth occurs on tho 0th of December In this year. On that day, one hundred rears ago, a Spanish composer, named Vincent Martin, preientcd an opera In Vienna which contained u new dance that at once captivated the people. II was adopted at all the balls Immediately, and the fnror rapidly extended to all parts of the world, lhatdauco was the waltz, borne chsnges have been mado In It, of coarse, but the timo and principal movement remain the same." Riding- Trousers for Ladles. ?Vm th rhllaJtJphia Vm,. The outfit complete consists of three pieces habit bodice, skirt and trousers and melton cloth of different degrees, according to the uso to which It Is to bo put, la recommended as superior to any other make of oloth. There aro three grades of meltons In use the heavy resistant for hunting purposes, the nno, full-faced but firm and warm tor winter wear, and the flexible meltons, a lighter cloth with a minute rlh for spring nnd sum mer wear, or warmer climates than ours. Tho trousers take the place ol the underskirts. They In the tars, sometlraas a roaring, bnzilnar sound, or snapping Ilka the report of a platol, an caused by catarrh, that eicbedlogly disagreeable and very oommun disease. Ijoab of sinell or besrlng also result from oatarrb. Hood's Sarssparilla, the great blood purifier, is a peculiarly successful remedy for this disease, wbtoh it cures by purifying the blood. If you suffer from oatarrb, try Hood's Barsapsrills, the peculiar medicine. "I have nsed Hood's BarxapsrtUa for eatarrh with very satisfactory results. I received more permanent benefit from It than from any other remedy." M. E. Real), . WitiAAon. Ohio. ing curls nnd my conslant lnugh and self importance, I seemed in ovcry wuy fit to bo a domestic tyrant, I nlwayH had to bo wnitod upon, nnd yot, somehow, I gavo no trouble. I ttns born to teaw somebody, but did it so that ovorybody liked it. Ah I grow older, indeed, tho laugh becamo less frequent, but thn spirit to which it had tetiiied was frosh and buoyant as over. Other charms developed in mo, though still tinged with tho old fascination. As I grew older suitors wero not slow in appearing. Mothers, fathers and anxious friends wero soon found to dchignute to tho marrying men of New Orleans this great prize, lint mmo of theso proposal received n fnvontblo nuswor. I hud ditcriuinod to marry a man of truo principlo. All tho dreams of lifo brought befoie mo visions of married lifo such us I thought it might bo. I had noiio of tho romantic notions of girl superficially brought up. Of course, refine ment of Manner, intclligonro and such graces of perhon ni nppnil In tlio fancy were nnres sary to inspiro with lovo ; but ubovo all thebo qualities I placed high principle. I nm young: I hate my personal advan tages thnt may inspirn love that is, apasaion that mav last whilht youth nnd beauty last: but I will not bo my hiiHbaud'H mistress I must be his companion, his friend, hi" vtifo, the being with whom ho will pubs not only this lifo, but ettrnity. Moving in the ln'st society of Jev Orleans at thnt timo uu Kdward ltiiudall. Ho had one of thnso ph.VbioguoinioK that iiinkn mi im prcRhion itihtimtlj . it was full of power and intellect, 'i'liu tones of his voice expri'tiM-d all these ehnrnctemticH t yet thorn was nlwiij s something nbout him tlml seemed Mrangi' as if hu constantly mauled botuetliiug of lus real nature. Alas' Mich protrd to bo too truo. He had, hu mid. Junt returned from a European tonr. Ilia artistic talents, his su perior organization, had led him to disdain the frivolity of New Orleans life. Hn had been away moro than live years. It was not strange, I thought, that a man so dlflerent from tbe young men of tbe day should bo at once Impressed and charmed by a young girl like myself, bo unlike the brilliant, fiivolou SGALY, ITCHY SKIN And all Scaly and Itching Skin and Scalp DlsoasoscurodbyCutlcura. rxnriMU, Roifimft. Tf tU .. ninrwrnm. Wohri, Prnil tun, Hcl. Heid. Milk ttrntt. Dandruff, IliutW, lUtent', OrfttftiV nrt Wuhnrmiman't Itqti. )nd ervry ttwcUi of Itchlny, llarnlnf, Honlr, Plmpljr llaman of thvvHklnftnil H1( with Iminf lU!r, r fniUnUr lltTml in1 Ppvnl1jcurvl tiy (3TJTI0UBA th frwiit Hkln Our. inl OuTiciuu hoir, ftnir,u1ftU tikln llMsOtltlor nittMnal.y, ml (JDTIOURA JUhoi.vint, the new Ulood rurlrtT, lnternUl, when phjilcLuu uid all other rem die fftll. PSORIASIS, OR SCALY SKIN. I, John J Cm. I),I.fl., harlnc prMtliMd rieptlntrrfo thl country fir thtrtj-AT rear, and btnc wwll known tn thmiMtidn hemAbnoU. with a iw to help any who ar a (Tile toil an I lute tttwn fur the pa.t twelre Jar, totlfy that ttu OUTlcrnA ItSUKDlxa rnrM tnn of PtorUriH, or Hfiiij Hkln. In right ilayH. Aftr th (Wtcrfl wtth whom I bad ooniiitMl garo ma no liolp r n(mratnont. NXWTO.f, N.J. JOHN J, UAHB, D.D.3, DISTRESSING ERUPTION. YonrOrrnCTTiU RMxmr prformM a wondtrfnl tmr Iat ftumm.r on mi of nnr cutniri, an old ctntlffman of ATnty yearn nf at whn jafVrM with a fearfully die trntvlntt emi'tlnn on hi. head and faoe. and who haa tried all rrrm(lf and doctors to no puriM.. TKXAUKAKi, A&JK. J. V. SMITH A GO. DUSTPANFUL OF SCALES. TT. H. OairnteT, Henderson, N. Ts. cured of Purtrla pia or lieproty, nf twenty year aUndlnff, by OtTTICUBA JllMElilKB. The moat wonderful cuie on reoord. A Uftpnnfnl of aoalea fell from htra dally. Phyt.clana and hi friends thought ho tuuat die. ECZEMA RADICALLY CURED. Tvit thn radios! oar of an nbltinata easa of Kosmtw of Ions stsnriiiif, 1 aire ontlre oradlt to tha OUTlcCTta. Hemkuixb. It. 1). niCIIAnnSON, Now IIsTon. Conn. RoM OTwryi, h. Price, OOTiomu. Mo. t Roar, 25o. i grsoLVXNT, tl. rnparoit nr tba l'orcin llnca add itrMlOAL Co.. Il"Uin, Mass, t.PHohd fur " How t Cur Skin Diseases," 64 Pffos. M lllustrsttons, aad 100 tastimoulals. pilll'I.r.S, liisok-lioailsTrisppsd and oil? skin pra f I 111 Tonlod by OirrioORA Midicutid Boa. EflSfSr. OLD FOLKS' PAINS. llWr Full of onrafort for all Pains. Inflamraa fctp lion and Weaknosa of lha Aaod fa tho fjutl I rural AntUI'siln Pmatrr, tho first and VlF JS'T'r Pin. killing. Htrenithrnlna; Piaster. SfcafssaaflaV New, Instantaneous snd infallible. do not show, but they fail orer the tops of the boots and have straps, which Veep them In place. They are hemmed tip at the bottom, are unllned, excepting t the brace and In the seat, and set Into a deep, yoked band of firm, rich satin, black or the shade of tho cloth. On the Inner seam of the riant leg, which goes over the pommel of the saddle, there la a little fulness and fitted lining of soft, French twill, which vires ease and perfectly fits the knre when It Is raised, while it Is not enonsh to be loose or lll-nttlng when on the ground. The seat of the trousers la lined with waan leather, but the faatenlugH and finish, In every rrspoot, aro exactly in accordance with the best models of tailor-made trousers for men. Whero Jet Come From. Vm A St, Lovit Ittpybllram, Jet ts the commonest snhstance In use for per sonal ornaments, and yet nut one out of 1,000 per s ons knows where It comes from or what It Is com posed of. The English Jet, which Is the most pop ular, la dug on tne coast of Yorkshire, near Whitby and Scarborough. The trade from Whitby dates lisck to tne Utter part of the sixteenth cen tury, and Jet Is known to hare been used for or naments bj the early llrltoni aud their lloman conrjuerera. The price of tne raw material la from 10 tu 1H shillings a pound. It Is worked altogtther bj hand. Pieces are sawed to the proper size and then the pattern Is scratched upon the Jet with a harp pointed Instrument. Then the workman takes a knife and lomtnenees to whittle the Jet Just aa you might a stick of wood, the material working easily. Wltn this knife and with small chltels he works out the pattern, aflor which tho piece Is taken to a grindstone and the rough parts are ground off, Hwllt whirling wheels do tbe pol ishing, except where there are deep Incisions in the ornament, In watch case boys nnUh the polish ing with thin strips of list. Ilrtlluncy la given to the ornament by sprinkling on a little rouge and pellshlnir lightly with a rubber. Jet was once nsed almost entirely in the way of pins, bracelets. Ac. , but now the larger part of the output Is made np Into dress trimmings. Dooka Mrs. Cleveland Tiara. rratftfnatoi, CorrpodMf Ckleagt JUr Ofeon. As I entered one of the leading book stores not long ago I passed Mrs. Cleveland coming out. She bad been making a Urge purchase for her library, and she bought editions of a number of poets late ly. She bilys good bindings, but not the most costly ones, and though she never attempts to cheapen the mice of any book, her selection Is so good that sho Invariably sets the worth or her money, Mrs. Cleveland buys standard works, novels of the better class, and her faror.te poets aro not the trashy ones by any means. The day ho returned from the constitutional celebration at Philadelphia she ordered along list of books, and he has read a great deal this summer. She evi dently bnys for herself and not for the President, and the Prealdent has cot been In a bookstore since ho came to Washington. T Ringing Noises MInMdnoodiRarmaparlUa for eatarrh aad nolTd great relief and benefit from it. The eatarrh waa Tory dlaafreeable, especially la the winter, eaurinjf oonatant dlacharfe from my note, rlnginf nolaea tn my aart and palm In tbe baok of my head. The effort to clear my bsad In the morning by hawking and iplttlng waa painful. Hood'iHanaparlllagare me relief Immediately, while In time I waa entirely oared. I am nerer without the medicine In my bouae aa X think It la worth IU weight In gold." Mm, Q. B. Giub, 1030 8th it., N. W. Waah. ington, D, O. N. 11. Be tura to ret onlr EHtaocFs Sarsaparilla SoIdbyalldrnrslsUi. 81i sit for (5. Prepared only by Sold by all dnurirists. SltsizforlS, Prepared only by O. I, HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, MsM. O. I. Ii00 A CO., Apothecaries, Iwell, Mass. 100 UOMl'.x IINK DOI. I, Alt 100 DOMltH (INK DOI. 1, Alt women -with whom lio had time to got dis- gUKtt'll. Weill, wo were married. He proved to bo reuniless ; Imt I cared not for that so long as thought lit) loved me. My married life, after a few blissful months, had ueen moderntoly liappv, A littlo longer, nnd my society seemed to havo lost its charm for my huslminl, and ho was novcr at ease ex cept when wo woro out In oocioty or had friends nt homo. I found my own domestio comforts neglectftd, myself tincared for. Edward proved to ho the worst-tempered, most bellish, peevish, irritablo man in the world. Ahwiys absolute, nluays selfish, ho was ono of thoso men who recognize no rights save their own, and who make of their own wishes nnd desires th sole laws regulating their lhes. Wo quarrelled, and I ceased car. iug for him. . I hated him. 5Iy pnrents died : nnd, loft alone nnd defenseless, I suffered his tyranny. In less than a year ho had Kntiniulerod n largo portion of my fortune, andliad oecured pos session of the balutice. Ho then took mo to Now York, and fitted up n pmato gambling, house. Compelling mo to assume tho name of Lou Aubrey, and surrounding himself with two or three willing tools, he made mo a n kind of figure-head for the infamous don, relying upon mv beauty to ndvertiso tho lilnro. Wlmt could I do but submit ? Ono night ho took mo to the theatre, de Mgnedlv heating mo iu a conspicuous box seat. In tho audience I caught sight of n fai-o thnt nt onco claimed my attention tho fnco of n young man. That night tho sauio young man, Uiom name proved to bo Clar ence Hastings, was brought to our den by what wo railed a "decoy." Night after night ho was lleeood not bo much of his real igiioranco, as that his blind idolntry of mo distracted his attention. I saw it plainly enough. I loved him. I resolved to sava him. On one occasion ho won, and my despicable husband and his tools resolved to murder him. They struck him down and dragged his body Into a oloset. Just then a ring at the bell startled them, and they were) obliged to devote their attention to new comers, I had overheard all. Blippimtfrora t I'Wit 'nil' I ii i I'l Wf" I'liiTl! 'tli'Ws'ilsai 1 1 'sfteirfflfof? f mif, jji i jev si i us tf&aTefaBfaBfal Boston Girls Chew Onra by the Tests "'!jhI tVem Its Boston tol,) ttsasa! A man whose business Is that of selling enewla) XH gum Informed mo that about forty tons of that de 'Til Isctable compound are sold annually here In Boey i(3H ton alone. The company that ho represents have LH Invested over IY,000 in boxes which are lngenw 'VB lomly constrncted to deliver lira good, llbtrsl yl "chews "to the oustomer who deposits a "nickel" ' In the top of the box. These boxes are distributed jH free of charge all over the city snd country and II ' ffM requires a small army of men to collect the coina JS and refill the boxes with chewln7-gnm. I Inquired '. :l It unscrupulous persona did not occasionally de- .'yH posit articles other than the coin of the realm, la unLVJ order to obtain the gum result, and he re- VWB piled that old knllo blades, buttons, bits of Iron ' '-JB and lead and other debris were often found In tbe sXSH boxes, but ttioy hardly ever responded unless they iSLVaei heard the ring of the truo metal. The non-oheww ?XH lnr publlo hive very little Idea of tho extent to vJH whlcn this Innocent habit of exciting the salivary ,"H aland Is practised. Perhaps It serves Its purpose -jH in allaying the craving for nervous excitement so ilaVjVjVJ common tu the American pooplc, and if, as I am l'H Informed Is ihe case. It often cures the Inveterate L'vH tobacco chewer of his dkgnstlng habit. It will ,'nH Erove a blessing, and Its nse might be encouraged ttVaeH y legislative enactments. Who knows, aa the tJH gent aforesaid exclaimed, what diminution of t-iM crime, whatpnrlty In politics and what oleanlng rip HLVaVJ of the mornl atmosphere might not result from a "tH ltueral supply of gum gratuitously furnished lq IJIH certain quarters. ''Tsel AMUSKMENT3. 'll 5TTJ AVE. THIIATKK. 4H Proprietor ami Mstmsjer.. ,. , Mr. .TQIUt STET80S "laeVfl MRS. POTTER :S In nnt presentation In Amerloa of JaaVH Burr otiTEri nV mu.' kyi&b nuixirvr vfH Dyoosrte,yof Mr. Ilenrr R. Abbey, of Vallaok,a) . MM ANl MU, .IOS1.PH HAW6nTiir LH . MONO AY. NOV. 31, , 4'eH MnCAUl.1. OI'UtA COMl'ANr. ' aeLVJ Freseotlnc the Hindoo Oomlo Operta ae1SB1SB1l , tup. imoPM. "H DOCKSTABER'So ' OUANU ritOOUUlION OF T1IK w BLACK FAUST, fl Splendid Seenerr, Oostnmes, Rlnjlna and Elsotttaat ' Hl Tnrt orbat'fikrt part, aH , nifKTKl.AWI'w Tltll'-ltevtTXlbT rteonest. CsH ItVItNINOH, 6.30. SATUIIUAY MATWEB, XtO. , ' SH OOU ST. TABKIINACLE. ' '?JH RKV. riASl V, RMAf.L, 1H Tn.R FAMOUH EVANOKIJHT. )9H ON MUNKA08VH GREAT PaLNTIRO, '?:LH CHRIST ON CALVARY, I KKBKRVHD BBAT.S, 1. ADMlflalON. Ms. ' lH TTAItniOAN'S PARK THUATIIE. 'VU JnL KijWAnniiAKKioAN .....iWiteM xH EDWARD HARRIGAN 'rfM IN OOrtDKLlA'R AHPIUATIONH. "LLl Deve llrsham and Ills rMumlsr oreheetre c$jbH tTKUNllllOAY-MATINKK-SATUllDAT. tJH PKTK, Not. 33. H JJNION aqHAKTHK ATOEIJIltl. Manaxw) VM Robson and Crane '.9 IN nnONBON HOWAHD'a OREAT COMEDY, H THE HENRIETTA, "Mr. llropaua llowmd'a paw oomady ha Boofd. flmu Vll H. R. JAGQBS'S 3D AVE. THEATRE, M rniCIiSl Cor. 3d are. and Slat st. " H lOo. Pe.Mile tamod awsv In orowda, 'bbtsbtsI Iteeerred Beats, M-R-jACOUS'SmvilCOMPAilS -;WH '20c, Oc. und VH r.Oe. TnE WA1ICH OP BD SlaV Nov. 31-Benj. Msjrinley In INBnAVOOTJB. J tel STAB TIIEATHK. a '.iH Mil. IinNRY IRVfNO. i'lael M . II88 ELLEN TKftllY; jH and the Ljoeam Oooipanr Kferr ETonlng and Bataidsat -vB Matinee, ."(jbibI l'Aimr, -LH Batnrday Kreolni. LOUIS XI. jstH Week Uednntna lilt November, VlsLeH "t rrrnitnr (ntnnpt nitiiriljj) snil flitnrilsrVsllfleWf, SH FAUST. I aal Batnrday NUjht. Nov. 3fl, THK DKLL8 and JIWOLB. 1 1 H 1 A Til STREET THEATRE-CORNER STBAVlJ H Xtfc Matinees Wedneadar and Saturday. 'H LAST WEEK OF , :.r.3aLB . . "1'Of KNinilT. iKsteH InBronaonuoirard'sandllsvldnQlaacosnowplafB 4,Jwaease1SB1sl MONDAY, Not. 31-nKN.MAN THOMPSOK. H T1IE OLD HOMESTEAD. IH GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. "" , 'i3H Iteaarted Seats. Orchestra Circle and Balootar, tQti .H Vrederlck Warde olLH Matinee, VIROINIUB, To-nurht, OASTON OASOIa, -HLH Next week A 1'erlor 51 etch. 'iH NtxtBondar-PKOK. CROMWELL'S beantlfol lector. MH AMERICA. OUR HOME. tsesl CASINO, nROADWAY ANDSaTHST. iiH ErenlnxsatS. SlatlneeHsturdayatX , -ilH The snsrkllnc Oomlo Opens I VaVH THE MAltgUlB j H Itecetved with roars of laogbter. KLH Adntsdon ....SOospX ji'nH MADISON RQUAIIE THEATRE. -Iasl Mr. A. M7PALMER Bole Manag .fH Ilealnsats.30. hatarday Matinee at 3. I v'seal THE MARTYR. I Wl 1 II A BTRO.NU OAST. H WALLACK'S ' 'WM YT ETenlnasatS.lS, Matinee Bstnrdsy 3.1S. 1,!bH ROllERTBON'S COMEDY, SM Chsracters br Moasrs. John Onber. K!a.H OAUMni Osmond Tearle, E. D.Ward, J.W. 'SjM SCHOOL. PUiott, Mrs. Iulae Eldrldce, Mia H NetU Union and Mrs. Abbey. iH S Ithe W8FEi 1 EDEN MUSEE. S Ifnv Groups, .Veto IefureaA'eic'lffraftatMe ''Vl Concert! Daily, Admlttlon to all, BOa, rU TONY PASTOR'S THEATRE 'fl MATINEF.B TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. KKssl Howard Atheneum Sueoialtv Oo. t' fH ACADEMY OF MUBIO. LAST WEEKsJ ifLl EVENINOS AT , MATINEE SATURDAY ATS t,iB Tbe Pbenomenslly Hncoeaefal Melodrama, tiH A MAIIK nlHIKKT. , . HB RESERVKD BEATS. 60c, 75o. and tL soTH BIJOU OPERA-HOUSK-BURLESQUiF " ISaH RICK'S ,Kloe ADliey'aSamptuonsPTodaettoa.' VjB DURLESOUE TIIH t:OKfAIH. tfH COMPANY. with ttegoraeoas attractions. cJsaH 08 ARTISTS. 'ETe'satS(sharp). MafaWedABatua. '-,H POOLE'S THEATRE-STII ST. AND 4TH AVE, t ifiU 10o..20c,.30j. Matinees Moo. .Wed. .Thar., Sai, aai UOid.SlljK MURRAY In RlOllT'S RIUHT. WU with Marvellous Mechsnlcal and Srenlo Hffecta. I'jfaH Nest We.k-T11K TIUKrTr-OF.LEAVE MAN. & the honso, I hired two conchmen to cautions- j$B lv remove tho still insensible victim ton 3B room in u second-class hotel, ono of thoso MB hotels where few questions aro asked. An KJB hour niter this he returned to consciousness. gl conclusion. WU Whon Edward Ilandall and his confefler- fl ates found that their ictim had been spirited iPH nwny, ami that Lou was also missing, they 7jM were greatly alarmed. Supposing that tho mBM Eolico would bo immediately upon them-they 21 ed, leaving the vnlunblo furmturo and fix- ffjH tures of the house behind. 'mm IJpon awaking, and finding Lou attending jeam him, Olarenco IJabtings wns unable for a fow IJB moments to collect his scattered senses; but 1!sl the circumstances of tho murdorous attack vtfgB soon ramo back to him. WUM "Am I still in tho yillanous don?" ho H oskod. ... 'Ifl " No." replied Ion: " you aro safe, but ftm througli the merest chanco. They intended ttl to killyou, but tho arrival of some players Sfl obliged them to throw you into a oloset. From n back door I had you stcatbilyro. ' jfl moved." '!&m Claronce's injuries woro not serious, and icSM he was ablo to attend to his usual business WiSJ affairs. Lou obtained lodgings in a respect. ' nlilo bonrding-house. Knowing tho eipou. nJnt sivo nud oluboruto furniture of tho late gam. iM bling.houso was bought with hor own money, ' SM sho fult no delicacy in soiling it. Upon tho "WSm iiroceedsshoMns enabled to sunport herself. cm llarence set about obtaining her divoroo ' from her villainous husband, and this busl- m noss, if no other motive, threw them fre- 2U quontlv together. Finally tha deoree was ? grantetl, nud Lou was no longer bound to tho M mun who had long ago forfeited all claim to rjU her love or 'respect. ... .. 5i The reader can easily Imagine the result, .fifj Loving eaoh other devotedly, and with ait j5Ja moral and legal barrier to their union rewi 'MM moved, Clarenoe and Lou were soon manied.1 ,;JJ And no happier or more oontented ooupU, -'OS now exist in the whole crowded city of KoW Ml Xoik. I X