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, SPORMG MWS AM) NOTES.
ft jj ClUTANA WILL START IN BUBIN988 0f
j fflB WALKINQ MATCH MONET. "
im ETymms Will Be la Good Rbapo tfr HU
M Blcetlrur with Jack McAnllfTe, Dee. 1U-
ifl XJttlewood Will Sorely Enter the Next
rJB Race Sd Plnmmer lias Pretty Near
'.' Adopted Little Smith.
1
'M Old Sport Campana was around town yea
s' terday in high gleo, declaring tbat Wttlowood
w "was going to alee lilm back to England with
''X lilm about Deo. IB. Old Sport is over ufty-
eight years old, bavins been born in Peters.
II nurg.Vn., 8opt. 17, 1830. no now lives in
M Bridgeport, Conn., vrith bis wifo.fJennle.
whom be deolaros to be the " prettiest girl
jj In America," and ho peddles oranges, lemons
m nnd bananas for n living. On the calf of
fl his left leg is totoocd (he name, "Jennie
q DoHon Campano," ' in red ink, with bluo
M adorning flourishes. Sport made 401 last
s week,- and v-iU carry 960 of this to his home.
He says he will "set mysolf up in business
M for myself Mid Jennie" tho only tbing
M necessary being a clain cart. Sport boasts of
S1 never having oaten meat. "Soup, oysters
fD nndolamsiBmyblllofiraro," says be. "If
V i oould only have bod three good meals a
ft day I would have boat 'em all. I beat the
A. pie-eater a lap, any way.
K ...
' Jako Hyams, the Enplish light-weight, said
yesterday tbat his fight with Jack McAuliffe
. will take placo about Dec. 13. Jake's left
'' band was buruedin Madison Sqnaro Garden,
, ' while he was attending to Llttlewood, but ho
f thinks it will be all right in a few days. He
is in good condition, and will fightt at 133
pounds.
S ...
i Manager William O'Brien is inclined to
.a favor ' London for the next six days' Ro-as-
yon-pteoRO race. Ho said yesterday: "Lon-
l don, if worked properly, would yield a pile
m of money in a race. There is money enough
M over there, and all we will have to do will bo
,1 to get the public interested in ajuco. If we
J arrange a go over thoro it will probably not
1 interfere with another one here."
1 George Littlewood, tho champion six-day
5 poer. does not. core much whether the next
i race is in this city or London. lie will enter
8 any way, and after his cordial treatment here
b 1 likes America as well as any place. He is
jj naturally good-natured and a pleasant follow
3 to converse with. He minded his own affairs
' S daring the rocent race, and is frrondly to all
a the American boys who were entered against
,f him.
ill ... ...
I Ed Plummer has become yery much in-
8 tereBted in littlo Charlie Smith, the English
1 lad wbo won so many friends in the race at
5 the Garden. He has taken Charlie into his
I own familv. and is fast becoming attaobed to
' tho bright little fellow. Charlie took in about
j $120 at tho Garden. He had never known
i what it is to trot or ran, and-his -new-found
friends hero have hod much sport teaching
him an easy gait. He has made fast time by
his natural step, a fair heel-and-toe walk,
and Mr. Flummer thinks he can walk a mile
,14 in seven and one-half minutes. This is fast
for a Bixtoen-ycar-old.
...
m Half the walking match receipts, or some-
tbo thjugover $9,000, was yesterday divided as
sr- W follows among the ten contestants who cov-
theaafSb. ered 625 miles and over: Littlewood,
.Jll $3,701.01: Herty $1,060.98; Moore, tl,.
Z.WiM 111.82; Cartwright, 6833.19: Noremao.
WPV $555.60; Hart, $163.05; Howarth, (370.11;
theMT" Connor, $277.83 ; Golden. $185.23; Mason,
to-B $92.60. Tbe managers get all the rest. Mr.
to O'Brien thinks it will be about (12, 000.
was "' " "
in m ,
W News Bararaarjr.
8iJj Jt Kaiser William has another attaok of ear
prt-aiN trouble.
Sir. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain arrive in
in. Fails on their honeymoon trip.
or. I Two hundred men, women and children are
tbe killed and wounded during a riot in Peru.
It is authoritatively denied that the Pope ex-
pressod satisfaction at Gen. HarriBon's election.
Tori Archbishop Oorrigan Is banqueted by the Bt.
Francis Xavler Alumni in honor of his silver
jubilee.
f The body of a recently murdered man is found
ars in a pit under the sidewalk in Desplaines street,
tier I Chicago.
Congressman John G. Winston and Solicitor
John Ar Lnsk have a flitio encounter at Mont-
in m gomery, Ala.
ten I Taunton, Mass., snffers from tbe visitation of
' m a sort of whitechapel fiend, who attacks young
"erB women in tho streets.
tor A lively passage of arms on Irish affairs takes
B lace in tho House of Commons between Mr.
lladstone and Mr. Balfour.
"" Explorer Henry il. Stanley is believed to bo
tu located behind the great oil rivers on the Upper
jt- Niger, among friendly natives.
aM A young baker named HccVer makes a desper.
' ate effort to murder his Chicago employer, stab-
. bine him nine times and hacking him with a
5r- hatobet.
fzl Bellevue Honpital has a millionaire in one nf
'li its wards in the person of Crawford Maxwell,
y who fell downstairs at his office, 303 South
ry. street, and injured his head.
or ..
to .
j. A Sure Clue.
JlS . ItYomrteVtSun.l
ind Up to tho present writing seven horrible mur-
rfft.', ders have taken plaoo in WhitechapeL Theait
. ?' nnfortnnate, as were ber siBter victims, was a
'!"! disreputable woman, and was murdered in her
'a- lodgings. The fact that when last beard she
fori was singing " Bweet Violets "may throw some
bat: light on the matter, and perhaps if the deteo-
s a ' tires will go abont whistling that tune they may
a 1 dlscqver tbe murderer.
A CJreat Combination.
1 Flftwn Urse vholeials finni hare combined their
R. Btoflki nnder on manficeninnt and hare plaod the
nnl umi In a lro butldlnz on Droadwaj with (he azpreu
', pnrpoaa of forcing trade. Toot will commenoo to-dT
' at 10 o'olock a srand combination retail aale of theen-
(l tire fifteen ttrnn. Tbla will be tbe rreateit banaln
.1 aale thai haeerer been In New fork. ETerrthlnc will
Z be gold at a terrible eacrluoe. aa the entire atooaa mnat be
.V cloaed out in aeren dajre, The atook oonBiata of the fol
f i lowing goods, amoug which are aome of the flneat gooda
I In the markett Ladiea1 and miaaes auita and cloaks,
.J?! men's clothing, ladiea' drr goods, toys, holiday goods.
'"., hQusefnrnishlng goods, plnah gooda, dolls, ladiea' un-
?'j derwear, men's nnderwear, umbrellaa, ladiea' and
X) genta' handkerchiefs, and many other goods, all of
fli which mnst be closed out at a terrible eeorihoe. This
-ill tremendoas combination aale at retail commenoea to.
rfs day at lOo'clook, In the magnificent marble building
. i 041) llroadway near. Third street. New York City. We
tfw quote a few prices, but remember ererythlng at this
KM great aale Is sold at a terrible aacrlfloe, regardleaa of
, cost or quality: ladles' and misses' suits and cloekamuat
, be closed out Immediately at a fearful aacrifloe I men's
uM elegant Dearer orercoate, a2.87 a splendid suit of
rsj men's clothes. $:t.76:alao silk and satin lined suttaand
Si oreroosts t ladles' handsome ahawla 75 penta I china tea
sets yft oentst dolls lOoents npt elegantly dressed
0. dolls U5 cents pp. The stook of mechanical toya la
la extensive and pertectly wonderful. Iurchaaere
a of Ohrlstmaa presents will never again hare a
chanoe to get fine quality goods at aooh a
.71 terrible saerinoe. Ladlee will find some of the finest
flat auallty of gooda In New York at this great aaortiie aale.
Mr Xlemember, this great combination saorifloe aale com
gT rasooee to-day at 10 o'clock In the Urge white marble
' baUdlni; (Ml) Broadway, near Third street. New York
SOity, Remember, this great aale must close in seren
days. Out this out and bring It with you. Look for the
r-nmber Oil) llroadway. Open till t) at night.
31 " 1
MRS. EVANS'S PLAN.
4 ti f -." u i T WM a TTftrm to
tt4l yJtimkYS Bummer ana Chauneer
utol 1 y8fev Ellsmere, rocllnlng on
" m Ijfli-gHPggivV ft ofa la -hoBbrary,
K ia-xgccH S-sjBu lookei1 M lnxurlnntly
I CHPK(flBJ lazy at it was posaiblo
f I fiSSaVlinBy " Chauncey, you ara
o. m wPfisfS wZ not tCQP-ns' Pen
wl I il';5lyour eyw ---.
eg. " 2s-et-v& "i m i have somethin-; of
I importance to tell
U4 V you," cried tho merry voice of hfa alMer,
J j.C1j Evans, brul of ycv,MwboM
h aaa irf'iifteTYillfiiiyiisiftilBlH TBiiMsJaVeJa1ftriiBBHl')tiaJsgVl Mli
- BO WILt KA1BT masri?
Raoav tkat the Senator's Taaaar Baa WaM
to Earoaa With a Bride.
A story mchtd ber from Boston to ths
JTsot that Will R. Hiant. son of TJ&Tttd
States Senator Hearst, of California, and edi
tor of the San Franclsoo Examintr, was mar
ried in Boston recently and went to Europe
with his bride. The lady, it is sold, was an
old acquaintance of young Hearst, whom ha
first met while at Harvard.
Friends of young Hearst In Boston says he
was very intimate with a young woman while
at college, who did not belong to the upuor
ten. and many of tbem have a suspicion that
it was she he married, and thus account for
tbo fact that tbo affsir was kept secret.
Whllo in New York Hearst stopped at tho
Hoffman House. He left there Nov. 23, and,
it is said, ordered his baggago to bo taken to
tbo French line pier. Tbo following day La
Bourgogno sailed, but the namo of W. R.
Hearst could not be fsrand on her registry
list: neither was it on that of La Cbampagno,
which left several days prior to La Bour-gogne.
JOHN J. O'BRIEN'S FATE.
'Twill lie Decided To-Nlght by 'the a. O.
IVs lExeeutlve Committee.
John J. ODrien's fate will be decided to-night
by tbe llepubllcau County Executive Committee,
which will meet at 10 Clinton place and determ
ine on its report to the County General Commit
tee at it meeting to-morrow 'light.
It is a forcgono conclutior. that the report will
be adverao to O'Brien and tho leaders of his ma
chine in the Eighth Assembly. District, and will
favor a reorganization.
Despite this fact cx-ABscmblyman John E.
Erodsky and (J corse. J. Kraua propone to tight it
out before the committee, and make, some rather
hard comparisons between the vote in the Eighth
District and that in tho sllk-stocklnged Tweuty
flrBt. President French, of tho Police Board, Raid
this morning that O'Brien is not a member of
tho General Committee and therefore cannot bo
turned out.
Ho knew of no probable action to bo taken to
day by tho Board to remove O'Brien from lit tt
position as Chief of the Bnrcau of Elections, lie
thought tbe deadlock could not be broken just
yet. ,
JUST LIKE 0UE JOHNNYS CASE.
The Disciplining; of John Y. Mcltane by the
Kings County Democrats.
John Y. McKane, tbe Boss of Coney
Island, is undergoing an experience some
thing like onr own John J. O'Brien.
He rebelled against Boss MoLaughlin, of
the Kings County Democratio Organization,
lost year, was disciplined and his rotton
borough of Qravesena was reorganized.
The reorganization did as much good as
did that of O'Brien's Eighth Dlstriot, of this
oity, by the Republicans. MoEano still con
trolled it and the whole town followed him
in his fight against tho Democratio National
ticket
The Kings County Democratio Committoo
on Discipline was last evening given tbe case
f the Gravescnd rebellion to consider.
A TALKING NEWSPAPER.
The Latest Idea af the Brainy Man at
DIenIo Park.
The latcBt scheme of .Wizard Edison, of Menlo
Park, is published in full in this morning's
Would.
It is nothing more or less than to furnish a
talking newspaper by means of his phonograph.
Subscribers, to whom are rented machines,
can have left at tbclr door every morning' tho
waxy tablets, known as phonograms, which can
be wrapped about a cylinder and used in the
On tneso tablets will be impressed from tho
clear voice of a good talker a condensation of the
best news of the day, which the subscribers can
-have talked back at them as they sit at their
breakfast tables.
Dense.
ttlVenflsu.
Mr. Itaxzle There's a very important election
at the Club to-night. Toppingham is runninc
for Prcotdent. , ,
Mrs. Bazzle Don't you think your set over
there is fast enough, without getting up races t
Notes In the Labor Field.
Tho Miscellaneous Section meets to-night.
The United Tin and Sheet-Iron Workers are
moving to form a national union.
rThe International Masons and Bricklayers'
Union will hold its annual convention at Cleve
land the first Monday in January.
A committee of the Building Trades Section is
preparing a -petition to Congress asking that the
contract system in tho construction of buildings
bo abolished.
The State Board of Arbitration will on Thnrs
day inquiro into the feather-workers' strike.
Borne important facts concerning the manner In
which female workers are treated will be brought
out. ,
The thirty-five union men who struck at the
Dakota Btables because they were unable to col
lect back par promptly are ont of a Job, non
union men bavins; been engaged in their places.
The Messrs. Kelly say the boycott has been
raised by the Horseshoers Association.
"Big Six" will hold its annual election to
morrow. The Eteniko Would and The Would
chapels will dd their voting from 2 to 4 r. M.
and from ft to 7. Those not attached to cbspels
vote at 330 Pearl street,' The tickets include
two sets of candidates for President, Vice-President,
Secretary, Treasurer, Trustees, Bergeant-at-Arma
and Executive Committeemen.
m w i
, Coming Events.
Annusl ball of the employees of George XL
User's bookblndery at Webster Hall, Friday
ovening, Dec 7.
Sacred concert and children's festlvsl. repested
by request, at Mount Binai Temple, Thursday
evening, Dec. 0.
Fair andfeBtival by the ladles of the Oennsn
Evangelical Church, at the ball of the Martha
Institute, Sixth street and Park avenue, Ilobo
ken, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday snd Fri
day, Dec 4, 6, 0 and 7.
;tJeo ltlhar's Expectorant
For oonghs, colds, ic. CO cents bottle (half olnl) If
it enrea you, notb log II it don't. Prepared oily by K,
feUIIKS A Boa, ani arista and manutactanne chemists,
I Sth are,, near !Ui St., where they hare teen estab
lished forty three years. All tbelr preparations aold on
eameeonnrUene. Insist on baring Klaxa'sEiriOTo
BAIT aad yea are sure et per test satisfaction, fioldal
moet everywhere. .
country house Chauncey was spending tbe
Summer,
"Can't yon postpone it till the weather
gets cooler J" was the drowsy reply.
" No, I sanst tell yon now," and sinking
into a seat betide him, Mrs. Evans took his
hand and told, ooaxinglyt " Brother
Chauncey, my old schoolmate. May Johnson,
Las arrived, and and I wont her for a sister-in-law."
Cbcunwy opened bis eyes in astonishment,
and was about to venture some reply, when
his sister went on. hurriedly : " I hare cber.
lnhed this plan for a long time, and there is
no girl thstl would rather sea your wife than
May Johnson,"
Chauneey shook his bead slowly and tald i
" I fear, Clara, that you will be disappointed.
I am not at all wwcentlble, and I cannot fall
in love to wdr.'' , A , .
" Wall. Mt protalM e t at you will set
J aCV In. Aaur sV A.- L -tl..'
PLAYS AND THE PLAYERS.
,
ma HERE IS AN ALTERATION IN "LIT
TLE LORD FAtJNTLEROT,H
Johnny Wild lias Got the Stir Theatre far
Ilia New Piece The "Washington
Life Company If aa Met an Early lit
verse Mis Harrison la Not Yet Mar
tied to Mr. Corson" ho Wlfo and
tho Grand,
Mrs. Frances Hodgson Burnett is so
"taken" with Elsio Losllo, tbo youthful ox.
ponent of the rulo of Httlo Lord Tauntleroy,
that eho has taken the child and tbo family
belongings to live with ber ot her flat In
Fifty-first street. Ono of tho proudest
women In tho city last night was littlo Elsio's
mother. It is now said that tbo reason
Messrs. French & Banger lot Tommy
Itussell altornalo with Elslo Lesllo in
' ' Fauntleroy " has nothing to do with Gerry
or his society. It is in order that when
tbo play goes out on the road Messrs. French
& Banger may tako one of tbo two children
who have played tho role In New York. Tbe
part is a very important one, and out of town
managers will demand tbo New York
original. Consequently tbo Broadway Theatre
management are making two originals. In
case of anything happening to one. A child
aotor is moro easily fatigued than the adult
and robust Thespian.
.
" Johnny " "Wild, and his play. ' ' Running
Wild." have at lost found a theatre in this
oity. It is tho Star. Mr. Wild will play thoro
for two weeks, beginning Jen. 17. He Is
bappv. Miss Lena Morvllle and Miss Bt.
George Hussoy will support htm.
Miss Isabcllo Grosson olosod her contract
with Mossrs. French &, Sanger, at the
Broadway Thontro, Saturday, night. She
will romain in this city, it is said, preferring
to tako such engagements as may offer tliem
solvos hero, to tho tempestuous lifo on
tour." Although sbo has beon ploying
pathotlo rolos nt tbo Broadway, nono of them
have giventhcr any very conspicuous oppor
tunity. Her forte is comedy. So is tbat of
her sister, Miss Estello Clayton, if she could
only be led to believo it.
" Washington Lifo." tbo play from which
tho authoress claimod "Tho Wife" was
stolon, was produced. The company aro now
baok in the city. It was said yesterday that
they had beon cruelly abandoned. Thespians,
whon will von learn to bo businoss-liko ?
When will tho idea of testing tbe responsi.
bility of a manager before confiding your
selves to him occur to you ?
Some of the people who are not employed
in "Captain Swift" will play "Partners"
not only in Buffalo, where they are to open a
new theatre, but in St. Louis nt the Olympic
Deo. 17. Balvinl nnd Miss Mouao Harrison
aro among thoso people.'
Talking of Miss Harrison it may bo as well
to say that sho is not yet married to Mr. Car
son, all reports to tho contrary notwith
standing. 'Iho facts aro said to be these:
Mr. Carson's desire Is to marry Miss Harri
son, but ho cannot do so without tho decree
of divorce for whick ho has applied, and
which for legal reasons has not yot beon
securod. It is said that thero is every proba
bility that it will bo a very long timo
before Carson is thus made happy, inasmuch
as there ore no reasons why the divorce
should bogranted. Rumor has it that since
Mrs. Caw on has heard of hor husband's in
tention to wed Miss Harrison sho is not so
anxious to let him sock a dlvorco. In the
mean time the actress is still a member of the
Madison Square Company.
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CHANCES AT THE THEATRES. .
WTND50B TMATnr.
"The Fugitive." a melodrama byTom Cra
ven, was produced for tbo first timo in this city
at the Windsor Theatre, last night. It was the
kind of play to appeal to the gallery, with its
dramstlo situations, its "catch applsnae."
speecches and itB long-suffering hero and hero
ine. There is nothing original about it, and no
particular excuse why it should have been writ
ten. There are many better melodramas being
performed at tho prceont time. The Fugi
tive " presents msny characters thst are well
known to melodrama lovers. Tho scenio effects
are excellent and the company good.
TIIinD AYENUJS TIIEAT&E.
"The Golden Giant Mine."ClarM. Grceno's
clever plsy, was produced at the Third Avenue
Theatre last night, with Mrs. JtcKeo Banklu in
her original role of Bessie Fairfax, known as
" Bet. " There was a large audience and the play
went with admirable nrnoothneB. Itwas prettily
stagod and the audience was distinctly appreci
ative. THALIA TIIEATHE.
"Hazel Klrke" was produced at tho Thalia
Theatre last night, wiih C. W. Conldock as
Dunatan Klrke. Mr. Cnuldock's performance
was as artlstlo as ever. Ho was well supported
by Miss Lillian Billings, Itaymoud Holmes,
Charles Kidder and James Tavlor.
OIIAXD OrEBA-BOUSZ.
" The Still Alarm " packed tho Grand Opora
Houselast night and sent tho large audience
homo well pleased. Harry Lacy appeared in
his original role of Jack Manler, and frequent
repetition has not diminished its effectiveness.
The engine-house scene and the horses were re
ceived with loud demonstrations of approval.
TBEATBE COUIQCZ.
Tho ITarlemitcs last night wer6 treated to
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," arranged by Charles
Alfred Byrno and Arthnr Wsllack. The .version
is an artlstlo one, and though it Is too lato in tbe
day to present ' ' Undo Tom's Cabin " in a form
that mil startle, the audience at the Theatre
Comique last night showed that the play can
still interest and amuse .
sockstadeb'b.
' ' O-tell-0 " was a great feature at Dockstadcr's
last night, and a largo audience waxed extremely
merry at Lew Dockstader's touching impersona
tion of Desdemona. Shakespeare ought to have
been thero. Tho farco called "Littlewood, tho
Walker.' was well received: so was Mr. Jose's
rendering of the song published in The Would,
i " With All Her Faults I Love Her Still."
XOBTEU AND DIAL'S.
There wsb an Interesting variety performance
at Koster St. Blsl'slast night. Miss Lilllo Slay,
flies Nellie Franklyn, a soubretto; J. II. Hag
am, "England's champion song and danco
artist, "and tho munlcaltcam,Flclds and Hanson,
wero well received. There was an Arabian dl
vertiBsement, In which somo very pretty girls
figured.
TOUT FASTOn'S.
Miss Lydla Ycamans sang several English bal
lads laBt night at Tony Pastor's. Miss Annie
Oakley, "the girl shooter," gave representa
tions of pigeou-abnotins and field-work with
gun and rille, tbn Albion family did somo acro
batic work, Mr. Dalo did a number of musically
Interesting feats, and Clark and Williams pro
duced a specialty called " The Colored Nurses."
viXEn's r&OFLE's tiieatbe.
At Miner's People's Theatro James O'Neill pro
duced his well-known vendon of Dumas's
dramatic story, "Monto Crinto." Tho play is
Alexander's I'lle Ointment.
Money returned if one bottle falls to cure. V
become prejudiced in advance, and I will
Elsce high hopes on May's beautiful eyes and
switching manner."
Tbe promise was given and Clara left
Chauncey to his own reflections, which, as
regarded ber little plan, did not occupy his
mind long, for be bad an idea that it was one
chance in ten thousand that it would ever
be consummated.
Shortly after, bis sister returned leading
Miss Johnson, whom she formally presented.
Chauncey was not prepared to meet such a
lovely creature as now- stood before him.
Beautiful brown eyes, pinkest of cheeks and
whitest of teeth. '
Before an hour had passed, he found him
self conversing with hor as easily and natu
rally as if he had known ber for year.
, a
The days passed very delightfully doubly
so to Oh,uncey. Ha and Hi Johnson rode,
rambled tad boated togetfer, aaeii day find-
L M. BATES CO.
(Umltsd),
23d St. and Sixtli Ave.
r
.DrtRIRATlLR GOODS WII.T, HE OFFr.KKD FOR TOMORROW AT OUSTOMKR8' OWN PRtaES, AS
WE ARK DKTBRMINKD TO CLOSE OUT STOOK.
WE WIM, HKI.L ONE LOT OF LYONS 11LACK GROS GRAIN DRESS 8ILK. FINE RICH GOODS,
AT one. PIIR YARD. .
RICH COLORED FAILLE FRANGA1HF. AT 74 c THE CEI.KUIUrED IXIIKRON CORDUROYS,
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ALSO,
10,000 DRESS PATTERNS FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS, IN HANDSOME DOXF8, OOMPRI8INO
CAMEL'S HAIR, OAflHMERES. ShRGES, HENIULTTAS, BI01LIAN OLOT1I8 AND COMBINATION
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ALSO.
1,000 DRESS PATTERNS OF AMERICAN PRINTS, COo. EAOiL
COO HANDSOME SATEEN 10ULARD AT HOo. EACH.
1,000 RICH PERCALES AT tl.Oo EACH: WORTH DOUDLR.
RBCH SMYRNA RUGS.
20iM, 1,80I30bTS, 3 48 RICH EXTRA QUALITY, VERY CHEAP.
LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS.
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(Limited),
Coi1. 23d St. and Sixth Ave.
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still hlshlv popnlar, as was made evident by tbo
appreciative audience that assembled to welcomo
it last night.
Brooklyn Amusements.
COL. SINN'S FASK THEATItK.
Clara Morris, last evening, appesred at Col.
Sinn's Park Theatre in liclot's emotional play of
of "L' Article 47." Tbe nctiosa's impersona
tion of tho heroine was a perfect pleco of work.
Tbe supporting company included such excel
lent actors as Frederic do Dcllovillc, formally
with Mrs. Langtry, J. 11. Kverham, Walter
KcUy. F. H. Tyler. Julius Kahn, M. W. Ilawley,
John 0. Elliott. Mattle Eaele, Mrs. Octavla
Allen and Kate Massi, During the week Miss
Morris will appear In "1 he New Magdalen,"
and her latest play of ' ' Ileneo de Moray. "
TOE AJ1PHI0N ACADEMY.
" Harbor Lights " was played last evening at
theAmphlon Academy to a large andlcnceand
gave general satisfaction. Tho principal roles
are well sustained by Charles 1J. Welles, Ogden
Htevens, A. Z. Cbipman, Carl Hmlth, Julia
Htewart, Genevieve Ifcamaic, Georgio Dickson,
Florence ItobertB, Lizzie Conway and Jennie
Lane. Tbe play Is finely mounted. Two
Satinees will be given and next week "A Hole
tbe Ground " will take tho boards.
ouAnd orEUA-notwE.
" Tho Ivy Leaf, " a picturesque IriBh drama In
flvo acts was the attraction at tho Brooklyn
Grand Opera-Honso last night. The play is
rAnlptA with ratnhlntr aniiDH anil ilanrns. ami
was frequentlr interrupted by bursts of applause.
Mr. Hmlth O'Brien, as Murty Kerrigan made a
' ' true-hearted Iriah lad. " He has a sweet voice,
J ml bis rendition of the patriotic song. "Old
reland's Free Again," was a great featnro of
the entertainment. Miss Lettlo Allen, wbo ap
peared as Colleen Bawn, is a pretty brunette
and Miss Nclllo Itosebtid as Maureen Deelisb
made a fresh Irish maiden. F.D.-Montague as
Gerald Daly was an attractive young ofllcor.
7ACOBS'S BBOOKLTN TnCATBE.
At Jacobs's Brooklyn Theatro "Tlio Shadows
of a Great City, " a pleasing and attractive melo
drama, was presented last night to a crowded
house. The scenery was fine and many of tho
effects startling. Tho company la a strong one,
Introducing among other excellent artists Annie
Ward Tiffany, Houo Tiffany, Ocorco It. Edeson.
W, W. Allen. John Marshall, W. II. Burton and
othors. Three matinees will bo given.
THE LTCEUU TUEATBE.
"Kit, thoArkanKss Traveller," was greeted
with a crowded bouse at Jacobs's Lyceum The
atro last night, Chanfrau enacting his title role,
lie has becomo so familisr with tho part that be
looks and acts like his father, who introduced it
to the publlo sixteen years ago. Tho familiar
scenes of the bar on a Misslppl IMver stcsmer,
cabin life in Kansas, the gamo of poker, and tho
thrillingly natural duel i th knives wero roundly
applauded. Tbo supporting company is good,
he characters of tbe Judge and tbe Major being
specially so.
rBOCTon's buooeltn tiieatbe.
"ZoZo, thoMagloQncon,"an olla podrida of
mirth, music and dancing, was presented last
evoning at Proctor's Brooklyn Theatro, and tho
houso was crowded. Tbo company comprises
several well-known specialists who are stars in
their lino. It Is headed by MontgomeryWalker,
who scores a great hit as Washington Knowall.
!ilins Lucille Itemscn Is a vcritabln Zo Zo, ami
ler vocalization is excellent. Mlaa Vera, ltus.ell
s equally worthy of commendablo notice. The
scenery is very effective, especially tbe trans
formation scene.
ziit'h casino.
At Zipp's Casino tho week opened atiBpIclonsly,
tho attendance laBtetenliig being largo and en-
thUBlastic Minnie Belmlt, as usual, is tbe
prime favorite, and will add to hor reportolre
ins him growinc more Interested in his fair
companion.
" ilr. Ellsmere," she said to him one day,
' ' do yon know that some people call nie'n
flirtK
" AVhnt a terrible accusation," laughed he.
" Now, I am going to contide in you, and
Set I scarcely know what to say. You are
lara's brother, and I am Clara's sister al
most, so I want to he considered as your
sister, and I mean to be as intimate with you
and tease you as much as if you were."
Chauncey could not prevent n, cloud from
coming ore? bis face. Was. sbo telling him
delicately that be need only to regard ber as
a sister ? For, though he was loath to believe
It, yet be was gradually awakening I o tbo 1 act
that ho loved this beautiful girl, who.aocord
ins to her own statement, regarded him only
as s brother,
si v
A bobUi had bow ped slaco May's
soon a topical song In which she will personate a
fashionably, attired, swell. The artists for the
present week, all of whom were received favor
ably last night, aro Adele Martmette, 0, 11.
Brooks, Chris Htevens, E. Lcroy Grove. Bay
moncl Wilson, William Greonot, Frederick
Dlerks. Martin Bchlig and Prof. Kirohner's
Orchestra.
nOLMES'8 MUSEUM.
Manager John Holmes, of Holmes's Htandard
Museum, was in a smiling mood yesterday after
noon, as he looked oer tbo large assemblage of
Brooklyultcs gathered in response to his Invita
tion to bo present at a privato reception tendered
to Lucia Zaratc, a wonderfnl little woman,
twonty-six tears of age, who tips tho beam at
four and" three-quarter pounds. The medical
fraternity turned out in force, prominent among
them being Dm. A. E. Peck, Jerome Walker,
Geo. Everrnn, Wm. T. Hudson, Henry Ander
son, Geo. K. Hmlth. Wm. Meade, Frank West
wood and Benjamin M. Brlggr. Others In the
assemblage were Hugh .McLaughlin. Henry
Philip. P. McNulty, Chas. Oold, Frank A.
Hobbiris and ex-Mayor It. B. Holmes, of Ella
worth, Me. Tho entire assemblage later saw
Horace Lewis In "Monte Crlsto," which is tho
attraction in tbo theatre.
LEE AVENUE ACAPEMT.
Miss Annio Plxlry preaentcd her latest snecess,
"Tho Deacon's Daughter, "at thoLoeAvenuo
Academy of Music lout evening. The story of
tho plsy, which tells of a country girl's expert
enco in tho city, is interesting, and thero aro in
troduced several catchy now songs by Miss Pix
lep. The audience last evening was enthusiastic,
and n full houso warmly testified its approval of
the play and tho people connected with it.
Irish ffatloual League.
An important council meeting of the Munici
pal Council, Irish National League, will be held
at 8 o'clock this evening at 17 West Twenty
eighth street
SCOTT'S
EMULSION
OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL
tfgB HYPOPHOSPHITES
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
Containing th iHmtttatlng properties of the
Vtfpophofphltri tombintd tetlh the Fattening
and Strengthening qualities of Cod Liver Ott,
tlie latency of both being largely 4nruede
A Remedy for Consumption.
For Wanting in Children.
For Scrofulous Affections.
For Anaemia and Debility,
For Coughs, Colds & Throat Affections.
Zn fact, ALL dltteuet where therm U an in
jtammatton of the Throat and Lung; a
WASTING OF TUB FLESH, amf a TTAtTX
OF XEltrE rOWm, notdug in the world
gnats this palatable Emulsion.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
arrival, during which time she and Chauncey
had been constantly in each other's society.
Thoy woro standing at the library wlnAw
ono evening wbeu May abruptly announced
ber intention of tokine ber departure two
weeks from that nieht. .
" I am veiy sorry," Chauncey said slowly,
and then as his eyes met hers she saw in them
something that drove tho blood from ber
cheeks, Sbo law love, tbe whole love of a
man's heart looking ont of his eyea, and he
knew that sho understood him.
"Iliad Johnson Mayl" he cried, passion
ately," I love you. Can you. do you, love me If"
'Ibe brown eyes fell before hit, nnd tbe
dewy lips began to quiver.
"Believe, mo,, llr. Elltmore. the said, in
a very low voice, ' ' I had no idea of this. I
thought tbat wo understood each other that
we had innds a compact to be brother and sis
ter. Mr. Ellsmere, I like you, very much,
but I do not love yon." The last words
wero spoken falterlnslr.
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IinOOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
Hit. JAUOns-H IinOOKLYN THEATRE,
. ooiDer WsahiDgton and Johosoa sts.
THIS WEEK. i
-5ST1 BHEWKLL-S Mktx,
Pp,P.c.U.r start ,. jS,.
uSs. Shadows of a Great City. ZBZ.
HOLMES'S STANDARD MUSEUM,
. WEEK COMMKNGINO MONDAY. DKO. J,
LUCIA ZARATE,
A TlnrilTte of Perfect Womsniiooil.
A)lKVOYl!AlIH,V'iq41IT4Ml',B.
The Hmallest lluinsn Uelnc efer Bom.
In the Theatre,
IIOltAC'It I.EW1M IN 3IONTE CUISTO.
LEE AVENUE AOAEMYOH MUSKJ, Ilrookljo,K.D.
Week commenolnjr lee It, Mat. Wed. and Bat.
ANNIE 1'ltfl.EY,
UondaT.Tuesdsr.Wedaesdar K.'.s and Wed'sdar Mat.,
IJCACON'H lAUOllri!H,
TharsdarandFridar. ZAKA
Saturday Matinee and P,nln(. M'LISS.
Dee. 10, Bpennr's "l.tttUlVcoop."
Hit JACOH8H NEW I.YOKUM TIIEATttE,
. Oor. Montrose s?e and Leonard at, "
.ir Matinees Mondsir, Wedne.dsr and ttatnrdaj.
Wj li. T. UlIANritAU
COo! K'?T
aoo; K1Tt
GKAND OPKIIA.IIOUHE. .
KNUWLEH MOKltlH....... .Lessees A Mmr.
Ererr Evenlnf and Usual Matinees.
W. H. POWERS'S " IVY LEAF."
F. F. PROCTOR'S SffiffiSJ?
SOUTH 4TU AND DRIGGS BTS
ZO ZO, THE MAGIC QUEEN.
COL. HINN'H PARK THEATRE
This Week onlr. with Hstnrdar Matinee,
uJliiwiH In THE NfcW MAtlDALEN.
MORR1H KEMiE DE MORAY.
AMHIIION ACADEMY. IIROQKLYN.
KNOWLEA A MOURlrt., Leasees and Managers
'Eterr night. Wed and Hat rnatinraei
HASfipiLIiIGHTS.
ryipp-a oabino. " conoertsniuhtly.
it Hsturdsr M.t. mil this week. Adele MertlnettI,
0711, Urooks. Uhris Ht.tens. E. LeRor UrooTe. Minnie
Hchnit, ltsrmond Wilson. Wm Greenop, Pred Dlerks,
Martin BchlUj, Klrthner's Orchestra.
i
Sbo kuew bim too well to believe tbat bo
would plead aiiy moro after tbat. lie walked
tadly away, and long sbe stood tbero. wou
derirje at tbo pain at ber bear!. It all rose
at ber last words, I do not lovo you."
Two days laler Cbauncey nnonnced to bis
sister tbat be was coiuc o start for Italy tbat
day, bavinj; packed bis trunks tbe nlebt b.
fore. Clara expostulated and be t61d ber all.
8bo was very sorry at tbe defeat, of ber
brilliant plan, nnd was burryloR to ber room
toba'ea"good cry" wbensbe metlAIay In
tbe ball.
" Cbauncey Is coins awoy,",sbe said, more
coldly tban sbe intended,
" when wherof" said May, pallne
" To-doV. and to Italy, he says."
May nia noibine butburried to tbe library,
where aha knew Cbauncey was. Pushing
open tbe door she walked straight up to him.
" Xqh dull not go wy." erttdi lta-
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LAST NIGHTS fig7 fl
WADDY cboc An. fl
TO-NIGHT, BOTH REPHESENT AT10N fl
(ORAND tlAI.A AND ROUVENIR NIOUT1 lsssssl
-, lILIlHlTAND8ULT,IVAf8 '' 'llaaei
THE YEOMEN-OF THE GUARD, fl
Admission fiOe. Bests reserred fonr weeks in adtanea. 'rjmW
1 AJll BTREET THEATRE. eor.CUiaTu 'JalH
"Aatnllnf Inn see shad la nf bonee,n iaaB
. II01.ANU UICHD alH
U II I, lord's nomedr. 4aB
iSslViSi fl
In his treat success. "La'oUeMATIOIT.'' tilH
BIJOUTiIEATRkT llrosdwar.nearSOtbst. .H
u.t,M,,,"J,,Yr,'nMdarandBatardaj. 4eH
Hth Week of llojt's " Ur clone of lltfn," 'im
A BRASS MONKEY. M
" Kn lleklmr, reeklna; raeniment "-ltmta Oct. IB. , JmW
Gsllsry, Uoo. i Reserred. DOe 75a.. tuilvEa. H
TtrApiSON RqtJARK TnEATRE. - H
vwmmgm fl
UA1T. MWiKT. ' m
' k -.T?"!??n?w' .lA,,BC!, P"tPoned Matinee, Jmmm
"Kerr," "HuntedDown" and aoenes from ''Klaat tB
John." F iflaH
I PALMER'S THEATRE. R'WAT ANDOOTHST. ''H
Last !1 wwks of Miss MARY ANDERSON. .-vB
rerj performance etceptlns; Batnrdaf T.nfnm, Deo. 8 Vikm
nd Ift, and HstnrdsT matinee, Deo. JJST VBH
Ratnrdar eTenlnc, Dec. , 17aDY OP LYONS. JH
Beats for fast two weeks on sale Wednesday it 0 Si M. lH
SRAND OPERA-HOUBeT- ' JM
RRY LAUEY Pf I I SI iny t WED. i BxF. SH
AND THE lOtILL ALAHM.I Matinee ,
Nsit week-LToenm Theatre Hnoceas, TIIK WUft 19sH
Neat Bandar A newlectnre on Amerie br JJaaai
PROF. CROMWELL. """ . H
TONY PASTOR'S THEATItK H
MATINEE TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. vtB
Miss Lvdia Yea man. :
TONY PABTOR, AND ORAND SHOW. Jaal
MR. JACORB'S (Thalia) 3H
. OLD BOWERY THEATRE. .'JH
rred Matinees Monrtar. Wednesdar and natrudali, aafl
g ""4j.,.o.lpfc m
eWLmmwfflk. 1
Fields and llanaon, Mxale mine, lUffln and Ilia PUS. SsH
Msro and Reio. Nellie Franklrn, ' dH
, WKDN EBPAY-MftlNBE-BATURbAY.
Nidlo's! ' Hlfl
itesenred sests (Orchestra Circle 4 Baloool). 60c lH
New Piece, ' aH
MATINEEXWEDEJ'pgY'BATTJnDAT. '''fl
pipiaSf fl
MIBS NELLIE PARREN, MR. FREDJUUg 3mmm
And tendon Usietr Rnrleeane Oo, in bbH
MONTH L'UIHTO JU. ,Lmm
LYCEUM THEATRE. 4TH AVE. AND 23D St.1 '
Kr.nlna.stK 15. Batordar Matinee at 3. 'aH
SWEET LAVENDER, fl
f-TH AVE. THEATRE, t UQOTll II ARRETtT bH
To.sdj and Thars. Nichta,Bat.Mat -OTIIKI.1,0, ' ,91
'x?wm? 8fti '"'WBr" fl
Monday. Deo. lfl-JbuU8 OiEHAllV ,
STAR THEATRE. SECOND WEHK. 3aH
Matinees Wednesday and Batnrday. " H
a GMMspmmz. fl
R JACOBS'S .'iDAVe' THEATRE, vLH
e Matlneee Monday, Wednesday end ftatnrdar, . mmm
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OATTIX OP BPEOIAL BOUVENIB J
rrYBBimo. i7o?,;I!tAorplMS - ;fl
Painter of the Battle of -Uettratmrs. VaH
10th at. A 4th are. J. M. HILL, Maimer; r..M
tltriNDSOR THEATRE. BOWERY, near OanaT' H
W Week Oommenclnr MONDAY. Dm. 3. tiWmA
First Production In, New York I Matinee -smsmW
ol tbe IteantlfnlD'Metednma I Wednesday mmM
THE rUOlTIVE. I and Batnrdaf. , jB
T Iio'i D W A yVhE ATRE. CORNER 4 1ST ST. TH
B LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY. fl
By Mrs. Francis Hodgson Dnrnett.' 1 TmWM
Ererr nlht at 8. First matinee Batarday at 2. ;
THEATRE COMIQUE.12.rith.tbet.3d ALex.aTes." 'immm
Urandspectscnlsrprodactlon. newvertlonei ra1aaH
UNCLE TOM'S OARIN. , rliB
BY 0. A. BYRNE AND ARTHUR WALLACE. , LM
Neat Week Fred ilrlahton In ForarlTcn. Mst.Baturday. jDH
TlnrVciarla'a Broadway and mrtu st. ,'H
1OCablaUOr O BOOTH A BARRETT OUTDONH. '.ftMM
MlDSlfOIS. LrrTLEWOop. the wat-kk". JKLW
Miner's o-neiii, WmxfM
SSSS. Monte Crlsto. fsmi! .M
SAMPSON and a host of NEWArTRAOTKkS&? MrnXU
All New Faces In Theatotlnm ThU Week. ''-nH
A MBERO THEATRE. IRVINO PLACE AND 16TK jH
J st To-nia-ht and to-monow, Tilly) Tanraday, first t3aaD
tCe. Kin Telle? Elnfali. 'Lt
DjEDENMUSEE.lS,fl
lie Wan Subsequently Spanked. ''iH
(IVen JTeoVe. jH
Little lloeer Is chewlne-irum "lneeroas, fl
mamma t alfl
Mrs. McCroboVery. mv son. LWW
Little ltogcr I should think grandma would T oaH
diod louir ato, then. Sssl
Answers to t'orreepoudeut. 'H
Interfiled Header, Dealers pay no more thaa gm
its face value for a copper cent of 1 87. LWW
Army. An officer of the regular army Baa j atm
lawfully engage in private buainMB.wbile on tM JHH
retired list and receiving half pay. Wm
J. U'. Apply to the Police Justice' at the court jjH
for the district in which you live for,a warrant mLLm
for the arrest of the person who hM defrauded 'B
yon. vH
Robert Grow. Your qnestion if. answered 'AD
daily in the adrertUlng columns of Tax Woblo 'jLrn
and other papers. '3aH
'. JlarrletuVfa do not know of. otny eloea. WmM
tluulit who gives free lessons. tflfl
petuonsly. " twill not be tho one to drive Wkm
you from here. I will go myself."- 'tHI
" It is not necessary for von to so yet, " b SLH
said, quietly. ' ' I shall co any way, so, Miaa H
Johnson, pray remalu." . jLm
Her pride was battlinc for victory. Sba -Lm
half turned to c. but in a moment the saw WmU
tbo rieht, and whatever might be the result JLm
she would tell blm. ... " ':JH
"I have been very foolish." she erfsd, H
reacblne out botb hands to bin) and bursUnat JM
into a passion of te'ara. tmWm
lie understood her at last, and taUag bar tiM
hands, drew ber to him. fmWW
'Uoon,"heEaidTouty. itmm
"Oh. Cbauncey. I love yon with all mf n
beartl" she said passionately, mkm
lie olasped her in bis arms and kiasedawajr " m
ber tears. . . '3m
It is, perhaps, unnecessary to ttMst SSmM
Mrs. Clara was delighted at the tarn aUH tM
bad taken, and shortly alts that m vubsV. JLm
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