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, THE WORLD; WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1888: 3 (1
DREAMS OF THE DANCERS.
THET DAVE BEEN POT INTO FORM AX TEE
Seme of tho New Terpafekorean Wonder
for Nest Beasan About Which Whisper
Are Allowed In Advance Meanwhile the
Old Dnneee Htlll Go, Last Mont's
Festival Prorcd TrV Clearly.
Lovers of the danco all through tho couu-
I try nro waiting breathlessly, on tiptoe, n? one
might say, for tho results of tho convention
of terpsiehorenn profossors which concludes
Its labors in thin city to-day.
Tent the professors havo boon very busy
there is no doubt. That they aro very quiot
about thoir proceedings is also a fact, for
they don't want ovorybody to know as much
ns they do before thoy get roady to toll it all
in tho most formal and profitable way.
Ono thing, howovor, is certain, that thor
have riggod out a lot of now stops to suit tho
dancers' dlzziost dreams,
Thoy havo modified tho old mazourka into
n sort of waltz glido, which is going to bo
vastly popular, of courso, becauso tho Yalo
Collego boys, whose profossor invented it,
havo taken to it with great enthusiasm.
Then thoy havo adopted, too, tho now
diamond lanciers of Prof. Rivers, of Brook
lyn, and yesterday thor talked and talked
over that same teaohor's proposed now
cushion floor, an arrangoniont, by which
rubber cushions aro to bo sot under
the dancing floor, so as to give a springy
undulation boneatb tho foot of tho dancers.
In the now lanciers the dancors in first
position form a largo diamond and mako
four smallor ones as they do the fivo danco
A now round danco to 2-4 timo is
tho Borlin, invented by Prof. Molvin V. Oil.
bort, of Maine, which tho professors would
Bay nothing about in a descriptive- way, but
which thoy all agroed upon as a dolightful
Dances left to bo actod upon to-day in
cluded tho kirmess, a now five-part, olcht
counlo danco. with finoly 'varied figures: the
Parisian gavotte, which is to be a Bcusationol
surprise of tho season, and a new Vienna
The Freedom Association, an organization
composed of straw hat workers, hold thoir
annual picmo at Washington Park last night.
Although there was not tho usual attendance
which theso happy workers are accustomed
to having at their ontortainments thoso who
were present woro not at all affected by tho
gloominess of tho weather without, and they
danced, visited and promenaded while tho
musicians drowned trie noise of the big rain.
Oeorge II. Nixon and Miss Maggie Cleinmens
led the grand march to the music of Lovoll's
I orchestra. The following ladies and gentle
men wero present :
Junes Mnldooo, Oeorge U. Nixon. Miss Lizzie
Jlaldoon, Miss Maggie Mnldoon, Montague M.
Bnott, Miss Julia Lynch, Gnitavo Bearaon and
wife, James Wells and wife, Peter T. Scott, Thos.
Doyle and wile, the Misses Doyle, Thos. uejlein
and wile, Francis J. Kafferty, Mlu KatTortj,
Peter T. Scott and family, Francis 8 telly
nnd wife. William Patterson, Miss Doric,
Patrick Hafforty. Miss Ilockr lUfferty, Miss Jen
nie Dobson, Emll Kolb, Miss Hannah Jacobs, Miss
Itoale Brady, JohuTlramcns, Miss Mary Gilbrlde,
James Kernan, Kucenc Smith and wife. Master
Bmlth, William Hail, J.ouli lllllerman. Miss Katie
Power, Gas Storetz, Henry Mllllnger, Mr.
Fritz and wife, Andrew Garrison, Miss An
nie Vane, Miss Annie Schafer, Thomas Itooney,
Miss Nellie Scbaier, James Nixon, Miss Lizzie
Grar. Max Meyer, Miss Lizzie Sohcll.
Officers Uastave Seaman, President; Lester
Fagglaal, Vice-President; James Wells, Treasurer;
George 11. Nixon, ltecordlnn: Secretary; James
Jlaldoon, Financial Secretary; John Cagnolatl,
METER BELIEF ASSOCIATION.
The Hormau Mover, Relief Association
beld its nunual picnio at Sulzer's Casino last
night. Prof. Bause and his bond woro en
gaged for the occasion. Tho grand march
was led by J. P. Molonoy and Miss Jonnie
Wilson, assisted by John P. Kelso and Miss
Among thoso present were i
btandard Bearer Herman Meyer and wife, J. P.
Kelso, U. Fnndus and wife, F. Westrlch and wife,
William Callahan. J. J. Fundus and wife, F.
Kratzenberg and wile, Mr. and Mrs. P. Uelmlcb,
Michael Kelly, Miss ltosle Smith, T. F. Down and
wife, J. Elliott and wife, Miss Mamie Kelly,
Mr. and MrB. Schultz, A. c Free
man. W. Kelly, J. Whelan, U Poller,
Henry Stilting and wife. Joseph Welbler, Charles
Dunn and wife, Thomas O'Brien. Miss Alice
.Hagen, John T. Kellly, Miss Nellie Shane,
James Rooney, Miss Jennie liellly, Thomas
Smith, Miss Nellie Itellly, W. Kelly, Miss
Grsce Wilson, Joseph Bnrke, Miss Battle
llyan. Frank Dorcv, James White, Miss Katie
Welch, Joseph P. Lloyd, To?. Broderlck, Miss
Mamie Qleason, Michael Madden, Miss Josle Shee
han, James Morton and wife, A. Kobler, G. IL
Kratzenberg, Miss May Kratzenberg, F. SalTino
and wife, 11. Kratzenberg and wife, Michael Fel
lows, "Miss Mary Qaffney, Peter Meyer, William J.
Kelt, Chris Wigmann, John Peter Munst, W. II.
Predey, John Nolloth, Miss Annie Callahan, Thoa.
Glenn, Miss Amy Keys, John Uunxen.Gns Author,
Miss Minnie Lee.
umcers J. p. Kelso, president; c. Fnndus.
Vice-President; F. Westrlch, Tressnrer; P. J.
O'Donnell, Financial Secretary; William Calla
han, Recording Secretary: J. J. Fundus, Ser-geant-at.
Arms; F, Kratzenberg, Inspector; IL
Meyer, Standard Bearer.
niBP.tlNIAN HIFLE CORPS,
Company A, of the Hibernian Riflo Corps,
held its annual picnio and games at tho Em.
piro Oity Colosseum yesterday afternoon and
last night. Tho games began with a shooting
contest between thrco different rifle corps
companies, which was won by Company A.
Tbo running races for gold and silver medals
woie won by Francis Hanen, J. Donnelly, T.
Dolanoy and P. J. McCarty. The referee
was Iiiout. Patrick Kecnnn.
Prof. Mulligan ana his orchestra played
for tho daucors in tho evoning. Tho grand
march was led by Floor Manager John J.
Iteilly and Miss lteilly, followed by Simon
UcArdlo and Miss Dolta Cox.
Among thoso present wero :
Simon MoArdlo and wife, William Ileffron, Mlsi
Delia Cox, Thomas J. Klernan, Thomas Cunning
ham and wife, John MoAvenney, Henry Crosby,
Martin Kirov, Kd MoNamara and wlte, Patrick
Green, Daniel L. Uaggerty, James Powers, Patrick
Nixon and wife, .las. Ktrtland and wife, P. Grlfflu
and wlte, Malacby ltyan.John Burns, Michael Breen.
William K. Murphy, John Kelly, John Qulnn, Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Mcconuer, Bernard Itellly and
wife, John Flanagan, P. MoFadden, Janus Mc
Derruott, Edward Tobln and wife, John J. Dixon
and wife, Frauds McAleavy and wife, Mr. and
Mrs, Patrick GaSney, Michael Leader, Hugh
Murray, Thomas Banks, Bernard Ford, James
Ilaggertv, William Sheridan, J. O'CallaRhan, Miss
Kate Norton, Mionuel ltyan, Mis Nellie ileal,
Henry Ilealy, Mlts Julia Norton.
Officers William Judge, Captain; John J. Rtllly,
First Lieutenant; Patrick J. Keenan, Second lieu
tenant; John Bobbins, First Sergeant.
The Amt Vordoncr Club, a bonevolont or
ganization composed of former residents of
. UNDER THE TRAIN.
! their integrity and efllcicnoy. Evon when
.earriod through tunnels, in gutta-porcha cos
Ingn, embedded in leaden tubes, they are
llablo to ncoidonts from passing luggage
wagoiiB, or, in winter, from lumps of ice
falliug down tho sidcR of the shafts und dura
aging the tnbeo. It appears that ono day the
door of o cooi-wagon had got Ioojo in tho
the northern German provinces, hold its
annual plonio at Bulzer's Uarlom River Pork
last night. Prof. Ledorhous and his orches
tra occupied tho gallery. A beautiful silk
flag of blue ana gold hung from a prominent
place in the ball,
Tho grand march was led by Ehler Ernst
and Miss May Lamps, Among thoso present
John Foster, Mlu Minnie Jones, Lawrence
Cnnltr. Herman Hchmuclc, Mlu Llzzlo Sehnhlng,
Mlu Meta Clansen, MlisMeta Wllkens, John 1'nr
oga and wife, Mlu Tulle Nallman.Mlas May Meyer,
Mlis Era Luuens, Mlu Annie Hoyer, Miss Cedella
Bchwarer, Wis Threats Meyer, Chris lines,
Miss Lou Sullivan, Frank Kermes, August
Brlnker, Charlts Behrnes, Ernest IL Meyer,
George Lange, John N. llelkeino and wife. II. B.
Urover, Fred Hohrs, W. H. llohra, Wm. Frlcke,
Dledrlch Meyer, Fred Hatch, Ilelmloh Purogel,
Knit stockman, John Boymann, John Meyer,
Herman Kleemeyer, Miss Gretchen Wolters, Harry
Wood, Miss Annie Wood, Miss Mamie Lutjens,
Miss Annie Lutleni, Miss Msmle Itohr, Louis
Lutjens, Miss Nellie Hlens, Ed Coyne, Martin
Offlcers Charles Bornkamp, President; Herm.
Schade, Viee-Frtsldent; 11. 11. Broyer, Treasuer;
Fredltobrs, Financial Secreury; Wm. IL Hohrs,
"THE KAFFIR DIAMOND."
More Interesting and uneonventlonal scenery
than that shown last night at the Broadway The
atre, where "Tho Kaffir Diamond " was produced,
has not been seen for alongtlmo. Tho farm In
South Africa, the hotel at Magrltz, the " South
Devil" swamp with its highly colored tropical
growths, and the Veldt, were alone worth a visit
to Manager Sanger's handsome theatre to see.
These aoenes look as though they were true to
nature, and they are unusnal enough to permit
the idea that the play might possibly have been
written in order to Introduce them. As a matter
of fact, the Incident in which the Kafflr diamond
plays part Is comparatively Irrelevant to the piece.
A young girl, who has been cruelly accused of
being the mistress of tho man who hu constituted
himself her guardian, la also accused of having
stolen tho Kafflr diamond, an eplaode which really
does seem somewhat unnecessary. The story la
complicated enough without the Kafflr diamond
matter, which adds as melodramatic extra to a
series ofjscenes In which sensationalism has been
rampant from the time the curtain rose.
There Is a " marrlago of convenience,' a subse
quent meeting with an old lover, a compromising
situation, an extremely bcroio way out of It, an old
man's revenge for the fancied betrayal of his wife,
his discovery of his long lost dauzhter, an en
deavor to pursue tho supposed betrayer In the
mlasmatlu vapora of the swamp, the revelation
that the wife was faithful, tho hanging of the real
Kafflr diamond te,if with Ms boots on, the death
of the husband or t'he convenient marriage, and
the happy ending of everything.
So much melodrama must satisfy the moat ardent
lover of the sensational. The audience lut night
seemed to be made up of these ardent lovers.
"The Kafflr Diamond" was received Tilth un
Louis Aldrich as Shoulders, whose motive was
revenge, did not give an artlstlo performance. He
was too loud, and he ranted. Still thero was
enough of that appealing heroism about his acting
to pleue. Frazer Coulter made a capital CoL
Richard Qrantly. Poor Charles Bowser had an In
tensely stupid part In Tim Meehan, an Irish
Sergeant. Miss Dora Goldthwalte gave an
Intelligent performance of the unfortunate
wife, and Miss Isabella Llvesson, a lovely
young woman, csptured all hearts as
Alice Ilodney. One of the best thin jj In the play,
however, was the thoroughly clever work done by
Miss Adele Palma, who bad the very small part of
Mme. BIS, a French hostess. Miss Palma was ad
mirable. Harry Booker appeared as Bye-bye, a
domesticated Zuln who learns that the wages of
sin Is death, and M. J. Jordan gave an nnneces
sadly unpleasant Impersonation of the wicked
Douglas, master of the farm. Allan Dals.
BRIGHT BITS OF CHILD TALK.
fiajlnga of the Sautes and Humorists of the
A little ton-year.old miss told her mother
that she was never going to marry, but meant
to bo a widow, becauso widows dressed in
such nice black and always looked so happy.
One Way of" Catching a. Fever.
A gentleman being threatened with on in
fectious fever said to his little son who, in an
affectionate mood, wished to embrace him,
"You mustn't hug me: you'll catch the
fever." Willie looked in amazement at his
papa, who, by the way, is a model of propri
ety, on d quickly asked, Why, papa, who
did you hug 1"
In ono of tho Cape towns a young scholar,
tho first day at school, was asked her namo
by the teaoher and replied. Her father's
name was tho roxt question, and she did not
know his first name. Tho teacher then asked
her. ' 'What does your mother call him J" "A
jackass!" said tho child.
Nhn Never Hat Dawn.
A littlo girl unconsciously and touchingly
testified to tho excessive drudgery of her
mother's life whon, on being asked, "Is vour
mamma's hair is gray ?" she replied. "I don't
know. She's too tall for me o see the top of
her head, and she never sits down."
It Was the Teacher's Fault.
Father (to his littlo son, who has just
handod him tho teacher's report of progress
and conduct for tho last mouth)
This report is very unsatisfactory;
I'm'not at all pleased with it ! Little Son
I told the teacher I thought you wouldn't
bo, but he wouldn't alter it.
nnd No Gray Ilnlr.
A tutor, lecturing a lad for his irregular
conduct, added with groat pathos: " The re
port of your bad conduct will bring your
lather's gray hairs with sorrow to the
Srave." "I beg your pardon, sir," replied
io incorrigible; my father wears a wig."
Milking Future Dates.
Precocious Boy (munching the fruit of tho
date tree) Mamma, if I eat dates enough will
I grow up to bo an almanao ?
Edmund 'Collins, of the Xpcch, hu been ap
pointed agent for this country to the "Editors'
Literary Syndicate," owned by Sir W. C Long &
Co. The company controls the serial rights of
stories by popular English authors, including Miss
Braddon. Henceforth American authors are to be
given a chance.
long tunnel of a railway, and dashing back
against tho sides of tho tunnel, Had torn the
tubos, and even cut across tho wires in many
lilaoes. Tho telegruph was, thorcfore,
broken ; it could not be workod, and several
workmen were sent into the tunnel to exe.
cute tho nocessary repairs. Then, in my ca
pacity of inspector, it was necessary for mo to
visit the workmen, ascertain tho naturo of
the damages that had been done, and .give
directions on tho spot, as to tho repairs, tho
necessity for completing which was of; tho
I knew very well that tho tunnel was of
f;rcat loucth rather moro than two milos
ong and that the workmen, who hod sot
After walking about a mile I reached the
tunnel entrance over which frowned the
efilgy of a grim lion's head, cut in stone.
Tliore were, as usual, two lines of rails
tho up lino and the down line ; and I deter
mined to walk along the f ormor, that I might
see before mo the approaching lights on any
advancing train, which I wonld take care to
avoid by stepping on to the opposite line of
rails, at tho some time that I should thus
avoid being run over by any train coming up
behind from the opiiorilo direction, and
which I uiuht not see in time to avoid.
FROM TI1E CITY'S WHIRL
DRIFT CAUOHT HERB AND THERE 111
"EVENING WORLD" REPORTERS.
A fllufle Tap Thnt Yielded Alauy si llrand
Three gentlemen wero soated recently in
a downtown Gorman restnuraut, tho proprie
tor of which makes n spoclalty of kooplng
several different brands of beer on tap, and
tho walls aro well placarded with signs bear
ing tho namos of tho different brewers.
One of tho party orderod Milwuukno bocr,
another Niagara, whllu tho third choso St.
Tho waiter called out tho chosen brands In
a stentorian voice as ho appronehod tho bar,
but ono of tho trio, with a deep, dark sus
picion rankling in his usually trusting heart,
aroso to his foot, whoro ha could comniiind a
good view of tho bar.
His suspicious wore fulfillod, for tho whito
aproned bartendor flllod tho three glasses'
from tho samo tap and handed them to tho
waiter, who approached tho trio with "a
smile that was rhlld-lilco nud blnnd," and
after gravoly holding tho glares to tho light,
deposited the dosired beer before tho cus
tomers, announcing the brands an ho did so.
Tho earnest mannor in which he pretended
to soloct the di Heron t variolios was too much
for tho risibilities of tho trio, and a quiot but
hoarty laugh was iudulgod in, accoloratod by
an order from tho adjoining tablo for " two
Now Yorks, ono Milwaukeo and ono Ht.
Lov is," all of whioh woro drawn from tho
same prolifio tap.
Itosei, Hot Corn unci u Plrturcsqur Street
Rrnup lit Night.
Tho hot-corn Rtands aro becoming pictur
esque featuros ot tho street aftor nightfall
An old woman, with her kettlo in which
tho long, sweet cars aro simmering, nud a
plato of buttor, with peppor and salt for con
dimonts this Is tho outfit.
Ono would eupposo that only the poorest
and Btniplcst of tho passers-by would stop to
pay a nickel for an car of corn to bo con
sumod beforo tho public oye, but somo vory
swell fellows occasionally bring to at n hot
corn stand anil gnaw tho seasoned grains
down to tho cob.
Tho other night a strange contrast wns
afforded. A negrcsn of tho real Southern
dnrky typo was sitting at tho cornor of
Twenty-eighth street and Hixth avenue. A
well-dressed man had Btoppcd to buv an car
of corn, and had just begun work upon it
whon a flower boy with a tray full of roses
camo up with his waros. Tho corn eater won
" just full enough to bo funny," and to enjoy
tho novelty of standing on tho street and eat
So tliaro was the tableau. It was a subjoot
for an impressionistic painter. Tho negross,
with hor long apron aud her kettlo and sim
ple array of coudiments before hor; tho
young swoll gnawing at nn ear of corn and
grinning botwocn whilos, and back of this
practical example of the necessities of life,
the luxury of lifo in tho palo pink and
creamy white roses.
" Whatfll ycr have ?" said tho young man
with tho car of corn to the reporter, who
calmly stood still and lookod at thorn as if
they wore a group in tho Eden Museo. " Ear
o' corn f 'r a roso ?"
Horo ho waved his oar of corn airily, and
the boy with tho roses smiled.
It was an " impression," with its cheerful,
A Treasure of Art Discovered In a Mulberry
Robert Fullerton, the Third ayonuo dealor
mart curios, who figured prominently as an
art export in tho rocent Diss Debar trial, has
lately como into possession of a treasure
which has aroused considorabla oxcltomont
in tho art fraternity in this city.
A few weeks ago, whilo walking through
Mulberry streot, ho happenod into junk
shop, whero among the rags and filth of tho
place he saw a picturo in a dilapidated frame,
coverod with dirt and grease so thick that
tho figures were scarcely discorniblo.
A closo inspection, however, revealed tho
fact that it was a genuine old mastor, having
been painted by Nicholas Poussin, tho great
French artist, and was in fact the famous
Aftor walking for a Bhort distance I pro
ceeded on in almost total darkness. But, by
walking ou in u straight line, I know that I
could not miss my way, und the mils betweou
which I walked and which I occasionally
touched, served to keep mo in tho rond. In
a short time I was able to discern a seeming
spot of light, which gradually swelled into a
broador gleam, though till at a great dlstnncn
before me, and I know it to be the opening
of the nearest shaft. It wns a mcro gilmmer
amid the thick and almost palpable darkness
which enveloped mo. As I walked on I
heard my little dog panting at my heels, aud
the sound of my tread ro-eohocd from the
too vaulted roof of tho tuunol. Bare theso
sounds, porfert silence. When I stood still
to listen I heard distinctly tho loud beating
of my heart.
llut the shaft, down which tho light now
faintly streamed, was nearer to me than tho
mouth of the tunnel, and I resolved, there,
out m the morniug from the station ucarcht
to tho tunnol, had entered it by its south
end ; so determined to follow them and ovor.
tako them, which I would doubtless bo able
to do somewhere in tho tunnel, whero they
would bo at work. I was accompanied by a
littlo dog, which trotted behind at my feet.
pointing " Tho Testament of r.udamidas."
of whioh ominont ongravors, such as Tosohi,
Darlgny and llcrwig had mado copies.
Iho Italian rogplokor rvidontly was mi
nwaro of Its value, for after a fow mlnuti s'
conversation ho consented to purt with tho
picture for a trilling sum.
Mr. I'ttllurton hastened homo with his
trcasuro, whioh ho oloaned and placod iu a
handsomo iramo, and it now hangs in his
storo, tho admired of nil beholdors.
Iho picturo rcprosent the old philosopher
1 villi; on a moagre couch, dictating his last
will to a notary scutod bosido him. At ttio
foot of thu lied aro sonted his wlfo and daugh
ter, ovcicoiuu with grief, whllo nt the head
of tho bod the dootor stands with his hand
onr tho dying man's heart.
Mr. Fullorton bunded TheEvknino Wontn
repoiter a powerful magnifying gl uts, which
brought out tho linoiituetits in tho fonturus of
ciu'h charactnrwith startling distinctness, tho
death agony as portrayed by tho dying niau'ti
lace, and ocry wrinkle of tho distorted
coiintenuuco bearing traces of a master's
Mr, l'ullerlon's storo is beslegod by
curio-looiH. many of whom havo mado him
haudsomu offers for tho picturo.
A Nymimthrtln llemorrnt Who Worn n
Tho fttnuy conductor on oun of the good
Deacon Hlchnrdsou's horso-car lines has bcuit
Thoso who ritlo on tho South Ferry dlvi
slon of tho Fifth avouuo lino will remember
a medium-sized young man wlthapulo faco
who, it always appeared, would rather talk
politics than knock down a faro. Ho was a
Republican aud woro an " II. aud M." mono
When a good Democrat boarded tho car
this individual would start on his fu onto
theme. He alwnys argued In favor of his
candidates, and generally endtiil by saying
that ho would convince his pasbougcr of what
was right beforo election day.
A few morniugs ago a goutleuiau living ou
Third stroct boarded thu funny conductor's
Ho woro a Harrison and Morton button,
with tho jack down. Tho f. c. rntuo around
to collect tho faro aud ho ospled tho button,
aud witli a uiorry chuckle lie muoIo himsolf
on tho bn nst aud fid " Ah, I knew you
would como around all right. Thoso aro tho
candidates you want to voto for. "
"Oh, no I" said thu piibsengcr, "I intend
to voto for Cleveland und 'J hurman, but I
liko to stand up for tho wenk and help tho
distrossod, so that is tho ronton lam wearing
tho choap button."
Moro earthquakes are reported In Greece.
The city of Augusta, Ga Is submerged by
The a. A. It. parades at Colambus,o. , and cheers
Ex-King Amadeo, of Spain, Is married at Turin
to l'rluccis Letltla Bonaparte.
Nine men are killed by the explosion of a prema
ture blast Iu Wlcko'a Tunuel, near lluttc, Mou.
A Btrango disease has broken out In Franklin
Park, N. J., which much resembles yellow fever.
Tho wile of Uall-Plsver Llllle, of Kansas City, Is
burned to death by the explosion of a gaaollne
Workmen kill a six-foot water anako at Ansonla,
and on opening It discover forty little snakes, eaun
a foot long.
Goo. Iloulsnzer Is not welcomo at St. Petersburg
and efforts are belug made to dissuade hlta from
Lambert Tree, ot Illinois, now Minister to Uel
glum, U appointed Minister to Iiussla In place of
Mr. Lothrop, who resigned.
An Atlanta, Ga., editor is visited In his offloe by
a hostile parly and Is held and bestcn into insensi
bility, uuo of bis colleagues Is also severely
A Toledo man who has been saving bis money
for two years to got married is robbed of all of It
by highwaymen on the eve of hla wedding, and the
event Is postponed for another two years.
Why Mr. Converse Flopped.
IsncciAi. to tdc wobld.1
WAsninrou, kept. IS. Itcrardlng tho reported
defection from the Democratic party of ex
Congressman Georgo L. Converse, of Ohio, Mr.
Cox said to a World correspondent to-day:
a, "The reported nop of Mr. Convene docs not
anrprlse me. I did not require much exertion on
hla p.irt, for ho Mways stood dangeronsiv near the
dividing line between the parties. He was my law
pirtner In Colnmbus, but in suite of my continued
efforts bo was always a hlgu tariff man. He Is
largely interested In wool and In consequence of
his adherence to protection fallucles has been
neglected by the genuine Democrats of Ohio. This
has doabtlra caused bla dttgruntted feelings and
acionnts for the torn ot his coat. He has always
been a follower and an admirer of Mr. KandalL"
RATHER OUT OF SEASON.
And Yet Mutrie Gets a Good Deal More Than a Plenty
of (Umpire) Valentine(s).
(From Our Sporting Extra.)
foro, to make for that part whoro thero was,
I know, nmplo room outsido of both lines of
rail, to enublo mo to stand in safety until the
down train had passed. ro I strodo on. Rut
alow, holloiv murmur, as if of remote thun
der, und then a distant scream. which seemed
to revcrbcruto along the tunnel, fell upon my
oar doubtless the passenger train which I
had been expecting ontoring the tunnel
mouth. Hut looking ahead at tho same time,
I disceruod through the gleam of daylight, at
tho bottom of the shaft towards which I was
approaching, what scemod a spark of
fire. It moved could it bo one of the
laborers of whom I was iu search r
it increased. For an Instant I lost it.
Again 1 This timo it looked brighter. A
moaning, tinkling noise crept along the floor
of the Miult, I stood still with four, for the
noise of tho train behind mo was rutddly In
creasing ; and turning for an instant iu that
direction, I observed that it was full iu
sight. I could no longer disgniso from my.
self that I stood full in tho way of another
train ndvaucing from tho opposito direction.
Tho light before mo was tho engine lamp : it
was now brilliant as a glowing star, and the
roar of the wheels of the train was now fully
heard amidst the gloom; it came ou with a
A STH0ING athletic team.
-... .. -
IT WILL 1IG BENT TO THE DKTR01T MEET
ING 111 TIIE MANHATUN'a
nunner Connefr'a Iteranrkable Nlrlde An
other Fight to n l'lnlali Arrnnaed The
Turf nt ltjll1tit This Mrnaon A Har
lem Ncull Itnce far Hnnilny llrnlh ot n.
Popular Yuuns Champion Ilnxer.
Tho Manhattan Athlotlo Club, which turned
its annual autumn camos into a club moot
ing nud got tho N. four A.'s championships
postponed till early Octobor so that none of
its cracks could bo disiiualificd, expects to
havo a triumph ovor all its foes at tho Dotrolt
championship mooting on next Wednesday.
It is posslblo to interpret tho now Union's
Niiddou action against the old association as a
Now York Athlulio Club movo to freezo tho
Manhattans out of tho championships this
year, aud thus havo n living chnnco to bo tho
club to scoro tho groatost number of
Tho Manhattan's action iu kcoplug its men
from competing at anything but a club nicot
ine prior to tho big games oheokmatus this
pioco of cunning, if such it be. Tho " Chorry
Diamond " men aro very confident of secur
ing tho majority of tho prizes at Detroit.
Tho M. A. 0. list of entries In tho Amateur
Union's championship for 1883 ih formidable.
Wokting, Copelund, Cromloy, tho Ohio won
dor: II. H. oiiiig, jr., and J. T. Norton will
start iu the 100 yards, and tho same men,
with thu addition of W. C. Adams, will go in
tho 220-yaril run. D. I. Tompkins, 11. M.
Hanks, jr., J. T. Norton nud (!. L. l'.stes will
bo in the quartor.milo run t Hanks and Tomp
kins iu tho half. Couuoff, of courso, runs in
thu ono and fivo miles.
Tho one-milo walk will havo E. D. Laugo,
0. II. Irwin, also of tho Irish team j V. A.
Iterrian, 0. L. Nicoll and F. A. Waro. God
Bhall and Tom Hny will bo in tho polo vault
with J. D. Wolmtor, who boat l'ngo In tho
running high jump and Copolnnd, Young
and Webster In tho running broad, F. L.
Lambert will represent tho Manhattan in tho
wolghls; Cnpelaud, Young and Vaudcrvoort
will bo iu tho 120 and 220 yard hurdles, aud
J. W, Fowors will start in tho two-mllo
bioyclo raco. Tho club will also bo repre
sented iu tho tug.of-war by a team composed
of W. Ilooro, D, T. Urokaw aud J. Beuning,
with . H. Lord, jr., as captain.
Tho running strldo of T. P. Connoff, whoso
European trip did him a world of good, was
recoutly measured. It is botwoon 0 ft. C in.
and 0 ft. 8 in.
Jack Hopper and tho Belfast Spider aro
said to bo matched to fight for $1,000 a side,
with skin-tight gloves and to a finish. Tho
mill is to como oil iu fivo weeks.
Ono of tho oldost of the racing reporters
said the otbor day that ho thinks tho turf was
at its height this year and ho doubted if thero
would bo another season as good as that of
1888 for ton years.
Largan. the English oarsman, and Murphy,
tho well-known Ureoupointer, will row a
slnglo.scull raco of Ihreo miles at Idlewild
Orovo. on tho Souud, ou next Sunday morn,
ing. Tho strugglo will bo for 1500 a sido.
Hilly Oliver, tho well-known Harlem sport
ing man, will havo charge of tho excursion,
which lenvoH Harlotn Ilridgo at 0 A. M.
Admlrors of tho manly art will bo saddonod
to learn of tho doath of Michael Dotsoy, who
won tho amateur light-weight boxing chntn
pionship ot America for 1884. Dorsey was a
remarkably well-spoken and attraetlvo young
fellow, aud a subscription for somo sort of a
memento is spoken ot by tho many who wero
glad to call him friend.
Anmvera to Correspondents
F. 11. f. The duty on corsets is not affected by
the stills bill.
Kwiutrer. The approximate value of tho land
you mention la t300,u00.
& AVAi. The correct expression Is ' It ap
peared in the paper."
.4. arid D. As II bet that he wonld beat A's throw
of thirty-two yet only threw thirty-two himself, 1)
T. 11. Books by English anthers on which copy
right Is still held are not allowed admission at Eng
lish porta. Homo of Charles Lever's novels are
still copyright In England.
a. llcD.U your tenancy la oy the month only,
the landlord can dispossess you at the end of the
month for any cause which he deems to be suffi
cient. Yours is a sad case, but we know of no
P. T. S. The Sixteenth Ward Is bounded by
West Fourteenth street, to Ninth avenue, Oreen
wlch street. Eighth avenne to Fourteenth atreet
again. Sixth avenue, West Twenty. third street and
the North Hirer.
Annual ball of the Yorkvtlle IMeaaure Club at the
Uuuown Assembly Kooms Monday evening, Oct. IK.
Opening reception of Weiss A Haaemeyer'a
dancing aoademy, International Assembly Rooms,
SM7-2I1 East Twenty-seventh street, Wednesday
evening, sept. ill.
Sleaaed to lie Ilrnf, Sometime,
I JVom TtifU 0Haft.J
First Deaf and Dumb Man (talking with hands)
What did you give thatman money fort You can't
heir his music.
Second Heat and Dumb Man That Is the reason
I gave 11 to him.
McCaNN'B $1.90 AND f 8.110 HEltUY HATS AltK
tfaabaitTslaa svor offered for thvmoaty; stylos abso
lute)) corroot. 218 Uoworr, osar l'rloco itreot.
solocity which coined to mo terrific. A
thousand thoughts courbed through my
brain ou the iubtaut. I was iu tho way of tho
monster, and thu next moment might bo
crushed into blcodtug fragments. Tho on
giuo wns almost upon mo I 1 saw tho gloam
ing face of the driver aud thu glow of tho
furnace flashlug its lurid light far along tho
lowei edge of tho dense o1uiiich of steam
blown frcm tho engine chimney. Iu an
instant I prosttatod my sol f on my fnco, aud
lay thero without tho power of breathing as I
felt tho ettgino and tram thundering ovur mo.
Tho low.hutig uBh-box swept ucross my back.
I felt the heat of tho fuiuueu as it Hashed
over, and a glowing cinder wus dropiwd
near my hand. Ilut I durst not movo.
I felt ns if thu train was crushiug over
mo. TLo earth vibrated und shook Mid tho
roar ot tho wugon-whtols smote into my earn
with a thunder which mado mo fear their
drums would cruck. I clutched tho earth,
aud would havo cowered aud shrunk into it
if I could. Thero was not a fibro of my body
that did not feel tho horrors of tho moment
and tho dreadfulncss of tho situation, llut
it passed. With a swoop an. I a roar the
break. van, the last of the train, flew over
me. The noise of tho train was till iu my
HeVtlijii'ii iioHflfiMi'silfaisii'ni rfllftitllW'ffif
ffPQJiOSonsrPTTaiPPKwr PSoiSST?WT.4Tv vt
AN ACTRESS'S OWN BTORY.
Rho 1'lnds It III Her I'nrt of n New Tiny
JOthrr nnd Ornrrnl llrniunllc Notes.
Miss Itcrtha Wolby, who is now playing tho
part of tho loug.lost mother in William Gill,
etto's play. " A Legal Wreck." at tho Sfadl.
son Hrpiaro Theatre, only succeeded in im
personating tho part neoording to the ideas
of tho author aftor something of a slmgglo.
Gillotto's idea was that thi mother
should bo storn nnd rather unforgiving j that
sho should allude to her past lifo and to her
huRbaud without emotion, but with bitter
ness. Miss Wolby camo to griof. Sho mado
tho mother entirely too ti ntlor : sho failed to
express tho rankling remembrances of tho
past; In fact, thero was danger that tho part
would become too conventional. Mr. (lllletto
protested j Mini Welbv persisted. At ono of
tho rohearm's Miss Wulby broko
down in tears, and, le.iving thn
thcutro, went homo, (lllletto imagined
ho hud offended her. but was still
determined that thn long-lost mother hlinnld
not bo tho hackneyed feinnlu whoso solo duty
it Is to oxchtim " Mo chon-ild'" At tho Invt
rehearsal Miss Wolby conformed to his direc
tions. At thn end of tho ri'lient'iil sho told
Mr. (iillettu that tho reason she had caused
him so much trouble was thnt tho history of
this mother was hor own history. Miss
Wulby said thnt somo years ago sho and her
htiHlmud parted. Ho wits utturwutds tiikou to
a lunatic iiKvlum, and bur daughter, who wan
missiug lor somo time, was finally returned
to hor, Tho remembrance of nil this catnu
buck to hor with such vivid pain thnt sho
could not bo storn and unforgiving if sho
woro natural. Still, sho was ipiitu willing to
belioo Unit smo women might conquer
thoir yielding qualities, and the promised to
imugiuo that she wns ono of them.
Tho matter relntiug to tho ndvont of
Charles Wyi.dlium nud his company to this
country is still m filn quo, H is said that
Mr. W.vudhnm'H ideas upon thu arrnngouient
of a tour render it almost itnpoHibio for
compotiug managers to mako a satisfactory
adjustment of his timo.
Tho Duff Opora Company, maungod by
Jiimnio Morrisoy, opens it season at tho
Ilrooklyn Grand Opera-IIouso with " A Trip
to Africa" Sept. 21.
Somo of tho productions that havo passed
tho first week of thoir run in this city nro
doing extremely well, "Tho Old Homo
stead" is packing tho Academy of Music at
ouoh performance; "Mathias Ssndorf," w.th
its galaxy of feminine Ueauty, is a strong at
traction at Ntblo's ; "A Legal Wroek " is
tilling tho Madison Squaro Theatre ; ltoland
Heed and his " Womnn Hater" havo con
littered tho Uijou Opera-Houso ; " Boccaccio "
at Wallnck's is admirably prosperous, whilo
"Kadjy" at the Casino is still as lhely a
young woman us sho was lie days ago.
This is tho last week of tho engagement of
A. M. l'ulmer's MndiBon Square Theatre
Company in Suu Francisco. " Hearts of
Hearts " is boing given this week. Ou Mon
day tho compauy opaus iu Los Augoles. It
looks extremely likely thnt tho opening tilav
ot tho homo theatro will bo " Cnpt. Luvltt,1'
now running at tho Ilnymiukut, in London.
J. M. Hill has mado Boston a long visit.
" A Posslblo Case " is ruuuiug at thu Hollis
" Two Sisters," a play by tho authors of
' ' Tho Old Homestead," has bean givou iu
soveral cities, but so fur it doos not seem to
have achieved any vory great distinction as a
play. The authors, however, aro doctoring
it, and intend to coutmuo its tone.
Tho now Howard Athanmum Compauy,
with its novelties which William Harris went
to Europo to secure, has opoued successfully.
Mr. Harris is now en routo for this oity to
arrango, it is Raid, for an extension of time at
tho diffcrout theatres horo in w hich his organ
ization is.booked to appear.
Col. Thomas P. Ochiltreo took a pnrty of
Canadians to seo " Tho Battle of Gettysburg"
cyclorama tho other day. Mr. Ochiltree, it
is said, remarked thi,t such a picturo was a
powerful preserver of thu peace of nations.
The flnnl porformnnco of " Nero " at Statuu
Island will occur Saturday ovouing.
IlILINA. SI. T Jan. 26, 1881.
Gextlkuini IhaTstaksnacreitmanrofDB. O. Mo
Lake's ClLlimiTiIi I. lv in Pills and find tboni to bo
a wonderful pill alt that jou claim for thero. Ibeyaot
Ilk a oharm In cat of bUioumeM, tick heidaoho, dMo
Urjr,, Ao. Mm. Hendt Winclimin.
Cnra ilok haadoaebs, blllouintM, llrar coraplilnt, dy
p pels, hnartbnru, Indlgoitlon, tnaUrU, pimptee ori faco
and body, Impur blood, Ao,, by using raffularlj Dn. U.
McLakk'b Cilkiiiiatxd LivillPlLLB, prepared only by
Fleming Uro. l'lttebura. I'a. I'rico 23 oeute. Mold by
all druggists. Instil upon basing the genuine Da. 0.
McLANK'a Lmm I'lLl a, prepared bjr Fleming lln., of
l'lttsburg, l'a., tbe rosrket Inking fullof lraiteuonaof tho
Dime of McLank. npelld differently, but of Iho same
rununclation. Always uiske sure uf the words "Flem
ng Uroe., Pittsburg, Pa., "on the wrapper.
BROADWAY THKATHE. COM. 41BT 8T.
ksenlngs st N. Matlnoe Saturday at 2.
(IRANI) PKUIIU011O.N, Kntlre Ne boenery.
The Kaffir Diamond.) Wtct,.cl.r
2 1-2 Hours Hearty Fun.
At 8.3U. Good resetted seat. 60c. Slat. Saturday.
AUAIlKMY. VSe.. 5Uc. 7Sa., S)L
rflghta. baturday Matinee, heats sold for October.
1'erfonusnce oyer In Urns fur trains.
5 Til AVK. TltUATHR. ADMISSION, 60o.
SO WKKK. KVUSAT8. B A 1. M A I'. AT i.
" cih anI,',s I PHILIP HERNE.
rnouuuTiuM. I uymaky hskh
KOSTKlt A IIIAI.'S CONUKKT UAI.t. .
JAMKbOWhN I lU.ANClllK
O'CONOR. I MARSDEN.
Van Auken and l.uug. r', W, IJslo, Pa yen pur tUriAUers.
MAIHNON HO. I' A UK TIIIJATHH.
l.f-.liAl, WKl't'li. U MONTH.
l,i:JAI, Wlti: k. aillnto's (treat Huceess.
l,i:JAI, Wlflll'K. Kstnlngs st N.iill.
J.iUiAI, Wltl.lli.. Mattuna Saturday.
YVIKItOK'rilKATKK, llOWIIKY, NKAR.OANAL3
TV Krrry Kyrnlnr at 8 Matinee Saturday,
a I 1'j-itKiNi i. riMiKira i a
111(1 Musical Kitraugsuis. C.UKAT
HIT. I A COI.U DAV. MJCOKoS.
T YCttUM THKATUK, 4th are. A tild st. S.11.
J j i i i.ouif ciiiMii.r.v.
If. II. hUTIIUKN Ab- l.llltll t.l! DI1.I.V.
I -,MJKI fllll.Ul.liY.
ears, aud thn awful terror of the situation lay
still hcuy ou inc. Wliou I raibod my head
and looked b.iliiiul Iho rod light at tho tail of
tho truiit wun a ready far in tlie-distanco. As
for tho meeting pavsuURur train, it hud alo
paosed. hut 1 had not heeded it, though it
had doubt Us-, added to tho tcrritlo uobe
width tor somo time ttuuned me.
1 roso up ami walked ( u, colli 112 upon my
dog. llut no answer not so much as a whine.
I remembered its sudden howl. It mubt hato
heou crushed under tho wheolsof some part
tho traiu. It was no uso suirrhlui; far my
littlo companion, 1,0 I proceeded, uux'ous to
escape from tho oerils of my situation. I
bluntly reached thu bhatt, which I had heforo
oberod. 'I hero was ample room at cither
side of the rails to enable me to rost there in
safety, llut tho place was cold and damp,
and strcauis of water trickled down thu hides
of tho bhuft. I rcbohcd, therefore, to L'o on
upon th down lino; hut tho tunnel hemp;
now filled with tho biuoku and steam of tho
two engines which hud just passed, I deemed
it prudent to wait for a short timo until the
road had become more cleared, in case of auy
other traiu encouutoriue mo in my further
progress. Tbo btuoko slowly eddied up tho
fthsit, and tho steam gradually condensed.
SGALY, ITCHY SKIN 1
ANDAt.T. SCALY AND ITCHING HKINANU fM
bCJAl.I' IMHKASEH CHIUIM) UY CIITICDKA. M
rtorisils, Eciems, Tettir, Itlngworm, Llohsn, Pratt i'vM
tus. fceall Head. Milk Crutt, Dindiaff, Hither.', kfl
uakots', Grocers' and Washerwoman's Itch, snd Starr 1?U
species of ltohlng. Darning, Hosly. Pimply llauiors of 'vl
tbo Ekla and Scalp, with Loss of llilr. aro Instantly re .$
Ilered and tpiodily cuted by Ctmccru, tbo great Bkla JEM
Cute, snd Cui iccrtA SoAF.an exnulilta Skin Iloautlner. JiiM
eiierntlly, and Cotlcuru Risolve-t, tbo new Dlood wR
Purifier, Internally, when phyalolans and all other rem. SEil
Ulea fall. TttSI
rsOKIASIN, Olt CA1,Y SKIN. !
T. .Inlm.f. Ca, I). 1), i-., bating practised dentistry wW
In this county lot tlilfty.UTeyeani.and being well known XYm
to thousands hereabouts, with a rlew to help any who MKS
aro allllcted as I hate boen for tho past twelte yean, tea- "Susl
tlfy that tho CDTICtlna IttMKIUES cured ma of Psoriasis, -tittr
nt Scaly SI in. In eight dars, alter tho doctors with whom flRr
I had concultod cate me no help or encouragement. ' Saii
Nowton, N. J. JOHN J. CASH, D. D. 8. 88?
IMMTIUXMIMJ KltUPTION. WM
Yonr CtiTicimA llt.Mtmrs performed a wonderful "StM
cute latt summer on ono of out customers, an old gentle- Mmw
man of seventy yoirs of age, who surfeted with a fear.
fully dlstteaslng eruption on his head snd face, and who H.i
hsd tried all remodios and doctors to no purpose, " sfi&
Teiarkaua, Ark, J, K, SMITH A CO. P
mTi xtui. of hcam:. JsS
II. K. Carpenter, Honilornon, N, Y onred of Psorla- ?Wm
sis, or Leprosy, of twnt years' standing. byCrnioUBA "aSE
ItKMgniKS. ?l.u most wondetful cuts on record. A 39V
dustpsnfulof scales fell from him dally. Phrslelana and - Yjtl
hu friends tbouaht he must die. tKt
V.V7.KMA It A I) I UAI.T, V Gimi!l. Sjtt
Kor the tadlcil euro u( an olistlnstu caaeof Fctemaof ffij
long standing, I site entire credit to tho GnTIctnu 2
lttMKCiaa. i;. jj, iiioiIAUUSON, 'Wg
Now Ilaren, Conn. 'fW
Sold everywhere Prlco, UUTIcrnA, 60c. ; Soar, 25o, Kl
1liaoiti.Nr, 41 I'reparod by tho 1'OTTraUauoAjro 'MM
Ciojlli'At. Co., llo.ton, )liu, jy-t
ttr-bndlor lluirto Hum Skin Diseases," Gi pages, 'jBj
60 Illustrations and 100 teatlnunlali. SK
lM.'lIl'I.KS, black-hoads, chappod and oily skin pro- $.
tented by CuTtcuii MrniCATi.li Soap. 1ft
irji OLD FOLKS' PAINS: j
YHHliV ,nJL''n"nfotlluraIIPalna,Innammatloai 3LS
ZHtWpnd Woakiiesa of tho Aged la tho Ulltleurn -X
MH est I- lsalti I'lrtntrr. the first and only .V
'tfjf ,lStt I'sin-klllinn Strengiliunlng Plaster. New. W
rnlsaitiirir "i'tueou and inlalilblo. ml
"cERf.fcSit nVeS H.nntiTDncnquT "3
CASINO. UHOADWAY AND SSnlST. Wt
KtsnlnrsatS. Matinee KaturdayatL "-Mr
A MOST ItRMAllKAIILK NUCUKS. A
HOUSliS OUOWDIU) AT KVKKY PKIlfOlliLANOIS. t
nfCKiVRn with roaus ok laiioiitk-. 'B
llOOI-OAltDI-N CONOIiKT A1TKU TlIK OPKIU. w!
Admission 5tlc, Includlug loth entetlalnmsnte, -sWfl
HAItftlOAN'R PAIIK THKATHE. 'BE
hUWAItl) ItAltlttOAN Proprtstog SF
M. W. UANLKY ,,..., ...""... Manacar
llsSIANTArfr!oifn Itll'fJV 3"u"r mt
BDWAItl) IIAItUIIJAN AS Ttfi
DAVKIIRAIIAM AND 1118 POPUf.AKORUIIKSTIU. 'SH
:MA11NKKH WI'II.Nh.-l)AY AND SAIUlllJAY. Mk
Pllcee, Mo,. 60c 181 and S1.60. 1H
BI.IOII THKATUK. BJi
UOU, llrosdway, near 80th s. '-B
Matinees Wednesday an 1 Saturday. t'jJK
HOI, AND ItKKD. JE
In Darld P. IJoyrt'ssuccee.ful comedy. vH
THU WOMAN I1ATKH. Wk
" As fullof fun ss ashadlsof bonne. JK9
OKNKItAI, ADMlaSION 5u OKNTtt. iSM
Ittsettod seal.. CUc, 76c . land1.60. jK
Uallery. ! cents. lfej
LAhT XVl!i:K ok TkS
HI HI'. KIKAI.VY'S Wi
IxlERO ; FALL OF ROME. '"S
Bftlnt Goorc, Htatea IiUnd. W$
il Hete-ve I ofcti (orchtttrn ctre1 uid balcony). 50a. Jmtti,
BOLOSSY KIRALFY'S ,3p
ilaUet spectscl, ballet fostlral, hallst triumph. J y a&l
JIATIIIAS SANDOIll', Jta
Atatlnoes Wednfbday and hatui day Matinees. tojet
T ,T1ISTKI!KT THKATItK, COItNKR CTII AVB. S
Xrk Matln.es tVedne.d.t and Saturday. H K
in llobort hiicnansn'. to let comedy. vl ?,
A lleaut Iu I'r rkctloa. W
(lallery Mc lusitted. b .c., 6Uu ioo.. 81 and L60. SMI
RATTI F Denlli of Mriit. !ahl.a -Jam
DH I I L.C PU-liire. ailxail Inches,
OP ltrsented to each visitor fl
OITTTVQRIIDR nnrlnc entlro month -Mi
Utl IISOUKU, ofScpteliNsr. Undertht , 'S
tilth St. and 4th ate. management of J. . 11111. -flBf
H. R. JACOBS'S 3D AVE, THEATRE. f
Mitlnfes .Mnudav, Ut dots lay and Saturday. aB
AUM'UA I I N NOVI I. IV COMPANY. W
Sept. 17-TI1UK Illlbll UBAItl'S. M
TI1KAT11H CO.MH1UK. 13Mh st.. bet. 3d ft Ltl.ara. ,'X
(Hand Mieotacular Drama. OK
AllOUM) THK WOKLU IN W,
Matinee I KIOIIIYDAYS. I Saturday. jK
Next week Mr. (ioo. C. llonlfaco. al
a-lRAND OPERA IIOU.Hr'. M
ST Iteaerred bests. Orcliestta Citcle and llalcrmy, 6Va, IK
US- j A DARK SECRET. M; M
IHIaL IlOAlSI L1VK SWANSII KKAL WATBBIII 1g
STAlfTHEiTItK. UHOADWAY AND PrrnaT." "A
Ilesetvod Orrhe.trn Cirt le and Hatcony, 60o- aK
.11.11 Till: I'K.NIIAN. . IE
MATINKIW WhUMbUAY AND HATPP.DAY. JR
Sept. 17-Tho great ineloUrama. '1 llli I'AY.MASTKU. at'
WALLACK'S. "vk.k. m
BOCCACt IO. n,rJi,.,.ABA
T.t.nlngs st 8. Saturday Milln.. at X Wt,
Hit, JAOOIIS'S (TIIAMA) ' Wi
, OLD IIOWMtY 'lilCATrtK. -Ml
Matinees Monday, Weilnesday and Saturday. m
IIOODMAN HLI.ND. 'K
Sept. 17 I he Klndergarden, Jg
LSKtt'rTT'l OPLIc'S THKATUK. -JK
littery. oppo.tobpriiig st. fl
Matinees Wedtl.s lay and Saturday. titH
LOST IN NKW Vlll'.IC. JF
A ItlVliK Olf KKAL WATER. 9
WORTH'S PALAUK UUKI7m7 1" AND 103 KA8T
VV ittli at. Wontlerlol attraction., n-w faces, new ?Bf
features Ihli week, (iu Sunday, ept. 1G. beoefit lor
Jack.ooTil sufferers, the piocoods to be added to th. w-
lsyor's fund. J9
nillhlSS'S, TUKISS'S. TIIKISS'S, THUIEyS.
J TIIKISS'S, TIIKISS'S. TIIKISS'S. . i
THK I'lNhST I'A.MIl.Y IlKSORT IN THISOITr. M
THK MONbTLR ORtlHKSTltlON. M
JBIH"sI.K.iI AND THK CltlldlFIXIOff. Js
T11K UlthATKST OK ALL PANORAMAS. M
Madisonate auabUtnst. Made cool arUdoially. 3?
KNOWUS & MORRIS. LXSSUS AND MMtAfiiRS. ,
Ktery Kreiiiug and Usual Matlnooa, J
Mit. t.AVLKlfS 1
LIGHTS AND SHADOWS :
.11 It. M'l.l-lACUI.Alt DRAMA Ot 1IIK AOUl
West WorU-l'lIUDIiKICK WAHDi:. -M
L1.K"aVK. AOAUKMY Of MUSIC. WUURO. '
Week beut. 1J. Atatlneas Wod. and Saturday, J
II A II It Y 4 KAY -J
MrKKNNA'S H.IKTAT10N. 1
ZIP1".-. OASINO, IIROOKLYN'SONLYCONCKnT
Hall, In connection with an elegant billiard parlor, s
cafe and bowllug alleys, 'I lie K'oelsior and Delating' W
double tjaartet. Raymond A. Wilson, the Colebratoa n
bteons. Minnie Schult and Ad. Klrohner'a Orcnestra. Jf
until I considered tho road sufficiently clear J
to enublo luc to proo-ed in comparativo S
safety. I ouco moro, therefore, plunged into ji
the darkiic&s. 9
I walked on for nearly half an hour, crop- J
ing my way ; my head had hocoine confused, , S
and my limbs trembled under me. I passed M
two other shufts ; hut tho light whlcli they m
udtnitted was so light that they scarcely A
b.einedto do more than make the "darkness Jb
isible." Iuowbupposcd that I must havo ,1
wulkod nearly the whole loucth of the tunnel, 3
and yet it appeared afterwards that I wan ,
ouly about halt way through it. It looked ''
like a Iouk day siuco I had entorod. But by 3
and bye a faint Klimmor of lights danoed be. 1
foro my oycB; aud as I advanced I saw it was II
tho torches of tho workmen, and soon I tg
heard thoir voices. Nevor were sight and '
sound moro welcomo. In a few minutes 41
more I had joined tho party. But I felt mJ
(piko uuniunned for tho moment; nnd I be. J,
liuvo tliat, stttlutr dow n on one of tho work. ,
men's tool.hoxcs. I put my hands, over my K
oyes, aud I really could not help it hurst Mi
into tears. fit
,,Inovor ventured into the tunnel sgun IS)
without an involuntary thrill of terror cent. m
over me. '.yl