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- - -- THE IVOttljt): TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 11, l8tth 3 '
PROPS FROM JOKERS' PENS.
1I0S OF INTERES? THAT MAI BH WELL
S An Ambition Kn.llr UratttW.
i"hinir.yn What a rare endowment Is original
itr! I "' could ilo something out of the
"trlenl-yon might pay Tour board bill.
A 1'nt Thing.
Vm Iht Bottom Onrir.l
Mrs. Ward Where Is your husband working
" Mrs. rrccinrt-TIo alu't working. He haa got
an ofllec in the city govoinmetit.
On the Underground Hallway Irascible old
gentleman (who is just a second too late) Con
found and d- ',,,,,. . . ,
Fair riti aimer (who fcols the same, but dares
not express it) Oh, thank you so muchl
from IS, A. 1
Edith (at Delraonlco's, comparing assets with
Ethel) What shall wo do t Wo haven't enough
to pay the Mill (A pause of dismay.) Ethel
(brightenlnit) Why. I see what we can do!
We 11 haTe tlio bill sent C. O. D.
A Candid Explanation).
Itrem t Jlav finatoa Vtc fYala. I
Blobson (to attendant at Turkish bath estab
lishment) How much do these baths reduce a
Attendant That depend hon the baihln'
abitn of the person. Kir. Borne men lose noth
ing; others, like yonrself, sir, be quite hapt to
lose arf a dozen pounds.
Wtint Bite Feared.
I From iJraJr.'f Uagatint.)
"Iff?," rcmarkod Mr. Fangle, glancing up
from a morning paper, ' that a Hpanlsh geogra
l her has proved the world to he flat.'1
" I suppose that mean a change of geogra
phies in school," icplied Mrs. Fangle, ''and
jutafter I had bought Jimmy a new one, too."
A lirave Ontl.alon.
ITrorn lt Botton TraHirrlpt.)
"What idiots they hare on the newspapers
nowadays!" exclaimed Hornblower. "There
im a reporter in hero yesterday, and I told him
ilxrat tho big Improvements I havo bean making
ilownour ny. Of course 1 told hlra not to
mention my name In his paper and the blamed
(From tht Chicot Htrald. I
" As a member of the Committee of Arrange
ments," said the caller at the hotel, "Iwautto
And out what terms you oan givo to delegates to
t convention to bo held in this city licit wek.
We Khali need accommodations for fifty or more
"Our regular lfttes arq $n.30 per day,'' ro
pnntlvd the landlord, bnt for a party or fifty
1 ran, of coure, make a considerable By the
)-, what kind of a gathering Is It to be?'r
It in the regular annual Htate convention of
lli( Veitetariatm' Association."
, ," My terms, " said tho landlord, emphatically,
"will be to per day."
Mr. CUrette Mr. Clarette. what Is the mat
Vrirlthyou? Mr. Clarette I fear I am becoming a Mormon.
, A what 7"
ei; I see two wives. "
Jlira baliy wit a!ek. ws cava br Caitorla,
w bm .he wti a child, ah crl.d for OastorU,
ben ah. btcame SI 1m, the clnna to Uastorla.
Uu th. bid Ckudr.ii, b in tben CaatorU.
VEXATfONB flAjf ORATOR.
Mr Town. Waata SHOO for III tart or
Br. hepem' Oration.
ThJ!.,,T Ertw,irl Towno has a bill against
Dr. Chauncey Mitchell BcieVror oO0. "
Tho reason of this belligerent' attltnde'of the
. .wT0"!?' 'Jj maM Cnnnlal orator
tiA. 5r- Mr. Town. ara ha worked for
thlrty-two days collecting data and Information
about Washington, that Chauncey might avail
$$&& Up a r,lttl"' orll "
Mr-r2w!!2TnftTKir0fia lrfrom,Mr. Depew,
ileivwInS 'HS.-1 iftU .c.oa, rol'f1' un hla thirl
sieevea autl began hi "researches." He was
K In?nt fief.uWB WashluBtSu facts. When he
rA'tS n."i " 0'u ot erudite information ill
ready Dr. Depew was to swallow t Ilka an ana-
52 n J l0iU',m,! "will bo iimiectssary to
nwnJ fRlh1ri.ln, J-nnr examinations," Mr.
mTi ,u'kei1 ror '800 for whal he had
-?Ir; JiPMr "'''.to a reporter: " Mr. Towne
waa a classmate of m no at Vale, While T was
W,.m,bl,llfl('n, MMb for assistance.
Wr..in.f ,,!lRble formy pnrpopo from the Con
gresslonal I.ibrary, I wrote and asked him to
"".'iyfij-'8 "te ,hl" "a hit I iM SwS
.' L il1"1 ,,,, PliOtograph of the ordl.
finMiAnIZH',i,r,i,ich Sfr-, Towne wanted to
liV. t.fc i de,"Lrfi,l.,nr Jflginent on. Bo I
JS i 1 1 i'.1 m,nnlshod my oration, and then
aboi. the thin" "' cc,ln't bhcr
"Then ho sent his bill. I told him I would
r,1!.n'cli"V -i'" r the trouble i hi llSd beSS t2
ii SR" H" "'V'ke. Then came the bill for
fit?" nl threat of law. I thought it was
THE AIR BIII1-8 TRIAIj TRIP.
To Ascend from the Manhattan Athletic
Club Orouml', June 10.
Tettir Oartnont Campbell, the Inventor of an
air ship, which he Bays can surely nalgato tho
air, has secured tho Manhattan Athletic Club
ground in this city for tho flrnt famous trial trip
of hU great iuvontiou.
In conversation with an Evesino WonLD re
porter this morning Mr. Campbell said:
r. " inJ Vr1a.ratIoIIH fr tho sailing of 'The
Laiuphf II,' as I havo named my air ahtp, are ap
pi "aching completion i apidly.
Our greatest : difficulty was to get sultablo
grouniis fioin which to make the ascent In New
"Happily, that obstacle has been overcome,
and you may positively state that we cut anchor
in the Manhattan Athlctio Club grounds on
" In case the day should bo stormy, the trip
will It postponed until the nrtt tine day after
"And Prof. Hogan sails her J" asked the re-
'Oil, yes. I ctpect him at my place in Drook
lyn between tho "rt and 10th of June."
i Arf..")? '"'J' R 'iow 0M exhibition in a spacious
hall ill rourtceutli street.
TRAIN IS TOTTERING.
He T.ooka nrlatit, hut III Ntrrncth Heem
to lie Falling,
When Tne Evesino Wom.d reporter entered
lloom 154 at tho Continental Hotel this morn
ing a pair of glittering Oxford ties, two or three
feet abovo George Francli Train's silvery gray
head, attracted the young mau'a attention by
The sage waa as bright at his shoes, his eyes
clear, his complexion ditto, nd hlsnils on a
flagging beatWhIeli.totted.utAoHe beaVtothe
second for a minute.
He said that he Intended to annihilate. Corn
stock and to give a caso of needled to everybody
next Sunday night.
Mr. Train rose as tho reporter was taking his
lWi Suddenly he tottered and tat down
quickly In a conveniently plaocd chair.
"Fnnnrl I felt dhw tlien."ho exclaimed
with surprise. "First timo during ray fast.
My weifclil la down to 1U0. lint it U nothing. "
MR, BERNARD OASSERLY EXPELLED.
Ramor that Iln Will tine III CluU Adver
aarle for Damage.
The Indignation aroused because the Board of
Managers at tho Manhattan Club fallod to net
on tho resignation of Hernard Casserly, has re
sulted in that member's expulsion.
Casserly was charged with the forgery of bal.
lots at the recent election of managers, and In
utead of standing-trial ref Igned.
A.s the Club is a voluntary organlzatiou, it waa
claimed that a membermleht resign and that an
acrfptanco of his lesiguation naa not necessary.
It was this suggestion which impelled the
Board of Managers to drop the matter. It is
rumored that Casserly will sne membera of the
Club for damages.
A Stlugr Man.
from IA I'Mtaffo Trlbmng,
Sympathizing Friend Yonr rich old uncle,
they tell me, did not leave you a cent. I thought
he once entertained the Idea of making you his
Poor Relation (bitterly) Entcrtainod the ideaj
He never had hospitality enough to cntertaiu.
Tltb repeated and powerful doiea of quintan, chllla and
fTr, fa Mm one of Its rarloaa formn, iprinjia Into
actlr xlitenc ijaln, often wlthont tba illghtont ap
parent prorogation. To eitlnfoiih the araoulderliig
ember of thlotatlnate and n-oondite malady, no lexa
than to aubdtle It when it raxe fiorcolytn tb tyttem,
HoaUtter'e Stoim h Hitters it all aufnefent. When
erory reaource of the pharmacoprU haa bn eiMuated
acalnat It In vain, the Bitters conqner It will ramore
ef err llcrerlnir vestige of It Najr, raoro, the Differs
will protect thoMbroQjtht within the Influence of the
atmoipherio poison that begets malarial disease, from
Its attacks. Disorders of the stomach, IWer and bowels,
are among the complaints to hm apprehended from tbe
use of miasm attainted water, Thene are both eared and
prertatedbr the Bitters, nhenmatlsm, constipation
and renal complaints yield to Its action.
A PSTION OF IDENTITY.
Mew and Curious Novelette of Contempo
BY THE AUTHOR OF '"OSTLER JOE."
Polly donr, just run oul nnd look at tho
I'oblU house clock, will you? I'm getting,
worried about father. It must be 6.30 it it's
I'ollyOrpiiisjton, ntnll, protly clrl of fif
n. who wan working at her sowing
wehino, nm Mncinc as nhe worked, loft off
, m,mite auil looked at her elder sister.
, "hat a fidget you are, Liz," alio said.
ou're alwnyg Imacinlnu gomothlng'i iiap
a'l. Father will be home directly. And
' n "?re "'I not half sn hour since the oloek
Uwie Ornincton oonfofsoJ that she waa a
taM ' b,lt u ,'0(l n,Wfty nfien n ,ian,t oi heM
l tood renson to crow anxious, poor girl.
n ner father waslalohomoj foritgener
"V meant that ho had stopped at publio
" ud taken hla "tea" there. Instead of
"") homo to it, and she knew wbrtthst
For ten years the Orplnctons hm lived In
the little bnck street In South London, in the
three rooms which they now occupied. The
locality is what is cn'led a " slum," but their
house was onn of tho best, and their three
rooms were perhaps the nea'est and tidiest in
the whole neighborhood.
The history of tho fnmlly was a strango one,
but by no means an uncommon one. The
rlnms of London aro full of family romances.
Tho cheap teuemeut-houbCH and the back
streets and the low lodging-houses of tho
great city are cot inhabited solely by at rug
gllug artisans and tbo poor earnlnc preca
rious livelihoods. Mixed up with the people
who hnvo inherited poverty for gone rationsore
men and women who havo seen bettsr days,
the hnraan wreckage of feme nrcat (dorm
which has swept the ocean cf their life. Here
you may find the broken-down proles,
atonal man who ha drifted ii beg-gar-lelUr
writing, the bankrupt trader who
has come to costertnongeriuc, the ex.mllltary
ri.-iitfB-.jj'iiii.i ii iTivMilytaiaiawfttfaTAfiahVhar ik
Tim must: pay the price.
A DEADLOCK UETWEKN THE BOOKMAKERS
AND THE JOCKEY CLUB.
Home AdjnMMaBt Leaked, far To.Day-Jaek
nteAnllft'e and ruddy Mralth la Hpar To.
Nlaht Thn Tnlkvrle' Mian a Harprlae la
All Hilly Murray Waal ta Meet I.ymnn
Gome sort of an adjustment la looked for to
day of tho snarl of disagreement into which the
bookmakers on the on aide and the Jockey clubs
on the other have gotten themselves. The
parties most interested in an Immediate settle,
ment of this question aio the Brooklyn Jockey
Club and those bookmakers who intend to con
duct business at the Handicap meeting to-ihor-ro.
Unless some arrangement la mado to-day
those bookmakers will bo ruled off the track who
object to paying a minimum prjee of 80 per dky
for the privileges when straight and place French
pools ate allowed, and II tin otherwise, until
Aug. 31. the bookmakers claim they wonld be
sltiefled if $80 were mado the maximum price
per day instead of the minimum. A Committee
has nailed on Mr. Dwyer, who represents Iho
Brooklyn Jockey Club, to see if ho could nqt bo
pre ailed npon to moderate his demands. Mr.
IJwyer, however, remaiucd firm. .A deadlock Is
therefore the outcome of the long.talkod-of
end( avor of tho bookmakers to reduce the price
pf privileges to 0O per day. If tho alliance or
bookmakers remain Arm, " seaM " will M In
vited by tho jockty clubs to take their places.
Thero .was a practical argument in favor of a
union ot N. four A and A. A. U. clubs at tho
Tammany Hall championship meeting of the N.
fcur A's last night. Though the events were
Interostiiig And well contested, still athletio
etotilsof this nature would attract more atten
tion were tho cream of tho two associations to
mtet in competition. This could only be brought
about by a combination of clulw nf both organi
zations under a new association, such as tho
proposed Eastern League.
.The athletic ovont of to-night is Jack McAnllffc's
licneUtat the Fifth Avenue Casino. Brooklyn.
Interest centre In the Tiiliil-up between Jack
and Paddy Smith. While Hmith ,ha trained
long iiid well for the meeting. Jack ha rather
" laid oft" and taken life easy. Paddy's Incen
tive has been a proihise from tils friend to fur
nish him the requisite capital for a match to a
finish with tho champion light-weight. providing
ib makes a good showing to-night. Ill friends
have high hopes of Hmith's besting Mac in the
four three-minute rounds.
Smith, as is well known, rank in the first
class. He has never been defeated. Jack Hop
per is among thns whom hi has relegated to tho
soup tureen. He also fought a draw with tho
I'hlladelphta crack. Jimmy Mitchell. He now
claims tho light-weight championship because
MeAullffe refuses to fight for loooaidc
The meeting to-night will be, then, one of Un
Hoyf latest official " Ykcht Register." a copy
of which arrived on tho Bcrvia yesterday, makes
it apparent that, as in the oasn of tho Thistle,
the British challenge for the America Cmi has
thrown int off the track as retards the Valkyrie'
size. Lord Duuravon's flyer is much laigcr
than the wording of the challenge received hail
led the New York Yacht Clnb to baliove. The
Valkyrie is not so very much stnaller than the
Galatea or Puritan. As the result of this dis
covery there in little doubt now that the pear
lex Volunteer will be chosen to meet tho
Billy Murray, now tho champion HO.pound
mah of America, write to TtjE ETKMlttn woltMi
that he Is anxious to give Jack Lyman a chance
to redeem himself and will fight him, according
to any rules, for from $300 to S00 a side.
Jack Lyman is equally desirous of meoting
..Murray again, so thorn Is et ery urptpeet that
the two will come together in tho Fall.
The events to tie contested at the annual
Spring games of the Manhattan Athletio Club
are as follows, all handicap: 100, 230. 440
yard and one mile runs, running high Jnmn,
putting 1G. pound shot, lK-milo walk, lH-mfle
bicycle, ISO-yard hurdle race, and for mem
bers of the JI. A. C. only there will lie an nan.
yard handicap for the "Htorm ' challenge
medal. Entries close Baturday, May 'Jb.
fiwlpes, tho newsboy.and Eugene Hornbacker
spar together next weak at the National Thea
tre.' fiwlpes will meet all comers at 1 1 H pounds.
J. J. Nugent AsHiclnllaa'a Ventral.
There will be a big time at Bilker's Harlem
Casino and Oarden, One Hundred and Twenty
seventh street and Second avenue to-night.
Tho annual Rummer-night' festival of tho Jo
seph J. Nugent Association will take place.
Prof Lemlin will furnish the music and danc
ing will begin at H r.u. Tho officers of tho Asso
ciation arc: Frank McAleer, President; William
Munson, Vice-President! William C Illaney,
Treasurer: Thomas Madden, Financial lleore
tary: Samuel Bothschtld, Uecording Secretary,
and M. T. Biidc, Corresponding Secretary.
Answer to Correspondents.
Kloc 0. Ltrf You are entitled to vote at your
II. VJ,-Write to the Mayor of Guthrie, Okla
r. K-NewYork Trade Schools, Bixty-slghth
street and First avehnc.
J'rintrr'tVevtl Lord Stanley, of Preston, is
Go ernor-Gcneral of Canada.
V. ana y. narry Howard marched in the
Industrial parade ot Wednesday.
J. J. 71. We do not think there would be any
impropriety in your accepting such a present.
lqnorant. You should by all mean ask the
oonsent of the young lady'a parents before mar
Conttant Rtadtr. Littlewood and Albert won
the two last six-day races at Madison Hquaro
,4. anal. Dlsremember is given a placo in
Worcester, who says it Is locally used In the
Houthern States as synonymous with forget.
Afarv A. HVher. We do not know how you
oan hi-4tcn payment by the Chief Supervisor of
Elections unless by petition to tbo Attorney
J. 0. H'. One born In a foreign country of
arents who are American citizens is a natural
orn American citizen. On fnlfllling the oou
stitntional requirements he 1 eligible for the
Huall sir, smsll doii, small ptjo. strong: points la
isToroi iMnTtn's Utile Ltvia Fills. ,
man of good family who, having worn out
all his lricuds by his evil ways and im
proridence, haa at hut to go to the dorks and
the waterside in search of a day's work in
order that he may have a crust to eat, a rag
to his bnck, and a roof to covor him. I have
known a clergyman and his wife Hying, in
one room in tbo slums; tbo man earning a
living by making penuy toys for sale in tho
btrect, while the woman went out charing
and ('olu;; odd Jobs for tho sma'l shopkeepers
in the neighborhood. This clergyman's
brother was at the time a high dignitary of
Jhe Church, and the woman's relatives moved
in the beet society. I'eoplo of this class do
not coma to the slums all nt once. They drift
there by degrees, having at last out them,
selves off from all assistance on tho part of
their friends by thoir bad conduct. It Is use.
Icks to keep on clvlng money to men and
women, ( ven thouqh they be your relatives,
if it nil goes ln'o the pocktt of the luiblirmi.
This i tl.n histcry of rllne.tentlis of the
" wreckage " ono meets with in poor neigh
John Orpington, the father of the two
girls who aro now waiting anxiously for him
to come home to tea. belong to the " wreck
age class." Twenty years ago ho Inherited
from hi father a large fortune, which was
Invested iu a big manufacturing business of
which John, on his father's death, became
the heaa. John Orpington married a beau
tiful and amlablo girl, rather below him In
social position, but a elanch and true and
bravo n little wife a ever man
we blesed with. In spite of this g od
influence, young Orpington " went wrong."
Ha was a bora paroLNr, and in addition
to a love for the tnrf he was great card
player. He neglected his business, he
gambled away enormous sums of money, and
, jAiaV '.AtiWn'tfii fn u.i&. miiI .a ilrliSlih I
Francis Wilson has taken the plunge, and he
Is a star now, twinkle-twinkling at the Broad
way Theatre In "The Oolah." Mr. Wilson was
received In'a slartllngly enthusiastic manner by
an audlouco that evidently loved him dearly,
and, surrounded by his onn company, ho ca
pered and cavorted and pirouetted and Wil
"Tho Oolah "is said to lllustiatc tho com
plexitiesof Persia' marriage la bv means of
Sydney lloscnfeldt tho inuslo Is ascribed to
Charles Lccooq, who isn't hero to deny tho
charge, poor man I Mr. llosenfeld is very
bright and clover, and could givo lessons to
nearly all the American adapters. His
libretto sparkles at time with genuine
wit; it Is peihsps this very wit Hint
oierlcaps Itself In "Tho Oolah." Mr.
llosenfeld is always straining to go himself
"ono bettor." Ho seems to bo in an ecstasy nf
horror at the possibility of being considered
commonplace. Tho consequence Is that in n
perpetnal search for effect he forgets to bo natu
ral, and as a result there aro spots in "Tho
Oolah " that are wearisomo and extremely an
There arc somo thorouchlr Gllbcrtlau touches
in "The Oolah." Mr. llosenfeld is evidently a
great admirer of tho Lnglish libretist. If "Tho
Mikado" had nocr lrn written wo should
never havo heard of "Tho Oolah," as adapted
by Mr. llosenfeld. The opera Is inurh too long.
Pruned very considerably pruned it ought to
moet with snecess. But the knife must bo gen
erously used. Yon must be cruel, Mr. ltotcufcld,
to be kind.
Tho music of "Tho Oolah" Ik Inconsequen
tial, with the exception of a few number. Lc
cocq is mado responsible for It. Ah they say in
Lecoeq' language, . atuenti ont tvuluiirt turt.
PonrLccocq, composer of (.nmcof the lightest
operas, to be credited with this wretch) d, paltty
muslcl After Hugh Cnnnay died the book mar
ket was deluged 1th his posthumous books.
Ho with Lecoeq. He is dead, but he is still com
posing cnnilo operas.
Tho trio In tho third act 1s dellghful. It I
suggestive of Lady Angela's song in " Pa
tience, "and that Is why It Is delightful. Wll
son's topical song is the best thing nf tlio kind
that has bttn heard this reason, while Mfirie
Jansen's song, "Bo OoodV'l charming, mu
sically and otherwise.
Fianeta Wilson was not at ease a The Oolah.
All the opportunities of the optra were ghen to
him. Tho "fat " was slimed delibeiatcly from
the lines of everybody and heaped upon tho rtlo
nf tho lucky Francis. Ho was very funny at
tlmest very awkward at others. Ho knew he was
tbo star and he was evidently determined that
not another soul should get a Unto of the
Tho favorite of thoorrilng was Miss Marie
Jansen. The part given to this daintiest ot lady
ettcs was not very Mifllcicnt, but she was abso
lutely irresistible in hor little, green slllt suit.
She sang dllclourlyamUwlnkedpxaspcratlhgly
well. Miss Laura Moore was a trillu too Patti
tied. She attempted too muth. Her voice, how
ever, was in pleasant order, and she was ex
tremely well rccolved. Hubert Wllkowaa lost in a
halo of self-ronsclousness. Ho was not the Priueo
of Eriven, but Hubert Wllke. Charles I'lunkhtt.
Thomas II. Persieand Hairy Macdonough did
creditably, Miss Elua Oolaro made a hit. Miss
Delaro is built for one of Gilbert's plump spinster-maidens.
She did admirably as Bampoora,
the betrothed of The Oolah,
The opera waa magnificently staged. Tho
chorus was unusually prettily girled.
An Old Oklahoma F)cbrme
t'rom )A irtrMfa (Kan.) f.ngli.)
Oaptaln David Payne was not the original
Oklahoma boomer. Tbo first effort to colon
ire Oklahoma was gotten up during the wnr
by Fomeroy and Lane, then United States
Senators from Kansas. Lane nt one timo got
Lincoln's partial promise to open tho
Territory, which was to havo boeu Officered
by Kansas men, full slates bavins been de
cided upon, ouo of which was I. S. Knlloch,
for Governor; T. 0. Sears, for Territorial
Judge i Jacob Stotler for Becretarv of State;
Murdock, Torritonal Printer; S. K. I'routy.
Itecelver United States Land Office, nnd
so on and so on we bava forgotten details.
Alter that enme Payne's effort. Ponieroy
lives in Washington, Lane blew ont his
brains they were lively ones; Kalloch, who
afterwards went to ban Francisco and be.
came Mayor of that city, is now ilend ;
Pronty U dead nnd l'uyno is dead. Sear lives
on the Pacific Coast, and the rest aie totter
ing old men; but Oklahoma still lives, and
Is Iu fact the llveliost thing of which we havo
Well. Fed and Mtalwart Infants.
from I. 7'Mlaibi;Mi K.ronl.)
Chauncoy M. Depew in his Centennial
oration referred to ' ' the infant industries
which the first act of our first Administration
sought to encourage." But the tariff of
Washington's timo only averaged 12 per cent.
Public sentlmont would not then have con.
souted to a tax of 47 per cent. , such ok 1h im
posed now, when the infant has attained the
lull inoasnro of its growth.
Evidence of h'liinrmr.
yoi th ChUatn &irurdiy L'rtttl Ittrahl
Louise Boos your father approve of jour en
gagement? Li y Oil, yus; papa thinks Georpe real rmart.
In fact, ho pinched puna in a wheat deal last
Where Are Ttiry To-llny t
ThpyhT0 raovM and to-day thjr will be fnamt on
Brotijwsri ona door from bpriug rilroet Th sri'nt !
of clothlnf yoa hsr no uiaoil Al nat tin movuil tu llrmd.
war, ona door frnm Sktrlna fttreot ill.'iT oOO worthnf
elothlnc Irom ths Jatn uie ha 1 n uiotoiI tu W-i
throadwajr, onoiluor from fprlnf sin) Men' unit,
S3 7ft, worth Sl,'l FmbrotdrrnJ tu.pnndera, lOivntui
itts. umtiro'.las and thnuaamln ol othor bargain at ,".'n
Iroadwar, nn door iruu Hprtng atit, Jllik', nu mU
tako. Do not atop until you gft to prlnjr atrl. It.
mimlr thU irreat aalo haa uiored to uroadwar, ons
door Irom nprlng atrtrt.
ho bocame n virtlm of that inot-t tcrriblo of
all curtta, intcmpciaucc. In a fow years tbo
busitiesH was iumcd mid the fortune spent.
Ilo was made a Laukruptuud his homu had to
Instead of putting his shoulder to tho
wheel to retrieve Iho past, Orpington cnde.iv.
ored tJ drown his harrow uud reinoifo iu
deeper potntions than ever, with Iho result
that ho lost the Munition in n commercial
hou'o which frleudH of his Into frdhir ob.
tallied for him, acquired it clumtetei for I oiug
" a bad egg," aud wiib at lord ubaiidouod to
his own resources.
I'eutiik's. and broloti in health, with it
delicate and heart. t.rokm wife and three
uhililren a boy and two llttlo girls ho event,
ually driftod to tho great city, end after en
during tho most terrible privations, at last
succeeded in obtaining employment as a
laborer at n wharf on the Thames.
The poor wife died shortly nftorwards.
The trouble and privation had been too miirh
for hor. Kneeling bv her bedsido and hold,
lug her wasted hutid in his, John Orpine on
took n soleiiiti oath nevtr to touch " tho
drink" again. They woro tho last worn
that fell upon tho titiiig Moumii'x ears nnd
her loco ir ghtcned as bIio heard them.
There was hope in her heart at that km memo
moment for her husband mid fortho children.
John Oipington kept his oath, but ho wax
too proud to go bnck a a reformed character
and ask help again of thoso who had been so
cruelly deceived by hiip. They might hate
helped him probably they would not havo
dono so, for he had tried their faith in him
too severely iu the putt. Alter his wifo's
death he lived on in tho samo three room
with his children, going to his work in the
morning and returning at night, Foiue kindly
wniuou Hinone tho neighbors looking after
the youngest child while tho others wire
away at the Hoard school.
As the children grew older, Lizz'e, the ,
eldtrgirl. became fattier' little housekeeper,
and Willie, the boy. by his cleverness at his
books earned the reputation of being " quite I
CHANGES AT TIIE THEATRES.
s i i
WHAT THE MANAGERS OF TY0 CITIES ARE
I'lllo Ahrrslrnm at the Ntar-"nid Jed
l'ront " nt the t'nlnn Hquarr l.lltlan
Lewis nt the l'eoplr'o " A Noble Man
I Mlilo'a nnd (Irrmnn Opern nl the
Tlio Star Theatre sheltered a large number of
theatrical people last tiishti all Jealously watch
ful of Miss I'lllo Akerstrom, a "country star,"
who had dared to come to the metropolis. Miss
Akcrstiom, whose name Is certainly unique, ap.
peared In n play called "Annette, the Dancing
(lit). " Miss Akeihtrnin has a cry pleasant per
sauality, andherwoik at times waa excellent,
'I he play itself Is not worthv of much mention.
It is a star play, elastlo enough to admit of the
Introduction of any number of specialties. Miss
Akeistiom deserved all tho applause she got, and
thorn, nhn tinaaincd that this rittal maiden
would "get left1' mads a great, mistake. She
was well supported by MIssMagglo Harold and
Mr. Alficd Hudson.
Union kquabk tiiratrs.
In "Old Jed Prouly." of Btieksporl. Me.,
lliehard (ioldcti 1ms brought to New York
another rustic play of the type made familiar by
Dcnniaii Thompson and Nell Hinges". It scored
a success at the Union Hqnare Theatre last
night, and at the close of the performance Mr.
Onldcn reicied an ovation.
.Like tho cither plays of Down East life. "Old
.led Pioiily" ilepemN more on fidelity in de
Intention of chsrncter, types and mannerirms
tliaiinn any ibpth of plot. NetortlieleSF, tliete
i sunk-lent stnry to keep up thn Interest, The
llhale nf Act I., In which the central figure is
an old-tlnin llre-englno manned bv men and
women, isnno of the many good effects of the
production. A new child favorite is introduced
t; the New i ork puMlo In this plav, Bho Is lit
tle Millie Smith, apparently shout seven years
old. and smelt" no child eter beforo danced her
wav ho completely Into the hearts of an audi
ence. I'Flin.F.'H T1IEAT11C.
Lillian Lewis in "As In a Looking Glass" at
tho reople'sTlifatrn might be considered a good
limlesquo artist wcro she not so tedious. Her
coitumes wcio "too sweet for am thing," imt
she torn Iho paslou of Lena Dcspard to splln
teis last evening, woikiuu hfrsolf Into a red
I'low iinil dlshevelment and tiring ont her mod
rratel" large audience completely. Marston as
Algernon Balfour Is as spirited as an oyster, and
tho balanea of the company aio hardly butter.
Thete was a suggestion of preanangement In
a gicatdcal of thn applause which giectcd "A
Nnblu Son "nt Niblos Oarden last evening. In
places, ton. It so mod as if portions of tho ap-
rilauso had beon set oil where the arrangement
md not couUmplated that tliey should be. Yet
there worn timua when Mr. E. J. Buoaley, in the
leading rfde, roso to a height which demanded
some recognition nf his work. This much could
hardly be said of tho sppporting company,
though J. F. Brlen carried with much
dignity and dellcacv tho not forclblo
part of a Stamford clergyman,
whoso lines ran In rather peculiar and
iltveri-e direction to suit tho requirements of
the play. The piece is stvled a co.nedy drama.
It has a tiresome piiilogue, a tlrst act whloh is
mrc farco and three other acts which, by the
iboral pt lining of long stretches of slow dia
ogue. could be mnde much less like the
egsndary di sert and Its oaes. ' ' A Kohle Son "
Is not a noble child of Mr. (Irnter's brain,
" Tho Two Rliters, " Doumah Thompson and
Oeoigo liver's play, was tho attraction at the
Windsor Theatro last night. It drew a large
audience, and tho simple story, in which virtue
was made to triumph, was well received. In the
cast neroKngend Jepson. Myron Oalice, A. J.
Leavitt, Ben Byer.MlsaLayinla White and Miss
TI1IBD AVENUE WRATH.
"Tlio rtullng I'susiou " was produced at the
Third Avenue Theatie last night before a fair
sized audience. Tho melodrama is nf the most
lurid description. Miss Lottie Church played
the principal part and did as well with it as pos.
silile, Tlio others in the company were not
brilliant. The sccnary was effective.
" Marnlm. the Night Owl," Has the attraction
at the Standard Theatre last night. Tboapeo
tacmar piece met with a hearty welcome. It
was nicely put upon the stage, and there were
bevies of pretty, pleasing maidens who tripped
through tho dances and delighted the bald
heads. The audliuco was not overwhelmingly
James II. Walllrk appeared at II. B. Jacobs'
Thalia Theatre last night in "The Tattle
King." Mr. Walllck dooH Home clever, highly
etrectivo notk, and his efforts were rewarded as
he no doubt desired that hey should be. The
company supporting Mr. Walllck waa compe
tent. xosTEB add nut's.
There was a iery long performance at Knster
A Dial's last night, bnt it was a ery pleasant
one. Lanlor and Thortnu and Mis Florence
Miller were, perhaps, tho most interesting
features of the entertainment. Hosier A, Bial,
however, give their patron plenty from wlilch
WORTH'S PALACC JtUSIUlt.
Willetts and Thomas's company gave a capital
entertainment yesterday at Worth's I'alaeo Mn
seuin, whero they preientml "The Wrong
Man." The other features nf the museum were
well patronized. Barney Baldwin, "the man
with the broken neck," aud Heinrioh Senium
meiibuigcr attracting a great deal of attention.
The museum contain many curiosities, and Is
well worth visiting.
It was a representative audience that gathered
at the Amphioii Academy last evening; an au
dience that repicsented tho wealth and social
elenuiit of Brooklyn, The occasion was the
inauguration of tho week of German opera
which Managers Kndwles and Morris are giving
at their handsome play-honse. " Ilheingold7'
was tho opera and its grave and impressive
inusio was attentively listened to throughout.
'I he principal rfik-t were entrusted to Emll
Tlsher. Max Ahary, Alois Ureuaner, Louise
Mclstiuger and Ida Ithlu, who acnuittcil them
seltes in a thoroughly satisfactory manner. Tho
teunlc tffci'U were as magnificent as Brooklyn
hasetcr lieen latorcd with. Ilerr Anton Soldi
conducted his famous orchestra. This evening
"Die VYalkucro " will be gltou.
When tho curtain aroso on tho first act nf
"Antony and Cleopatra" at tlio Park Theatre
last night, ctety available seat was occupied.
The acting of Mrs. Potter in the rnle of Cleo
patra has already been commented upon In
Microcolumn, so lhat further oritioism would
be untiece-sary, eici pt to ray that the lady gat e
a smoother performance than when she was
seciiinllrookljuboforo. Mr. Kyrle Bellew ap-
n scholat." Tully, tho younger, wos still
"tho biibv," and was thn pet of tho family.
Tho wages of n walorsldn laborer are not
largo, but they enabled John to pv hia rent
and keep his family decently, when Willie
wus twclvo and had by his clovorness at
tracted tho attention of tlio school authorities
a stroke of crod fortnno bofoll the boy. A
gentleman ottered to give him the oppor
tunity ot emigrating to Canada, whore ft was
belluted ho would havo a chsneo of dtdng
we 1. The boy was wild lo go and John
yielded to his wish. There was very little
liopo for him in the slums. At best he could
but b un crniiid boy.
Ko it camo about that Wlll'o Orpington
emigrated nnd did wtll, His lotters homo
wero lu'l of glowing descriptions of how well
ho was treated on tho (arm where he wsk em.
ployod, aud iu timo, being a " scholar," he
obtuiiiod n better poitiou, keening tho
farmer's accounts, writing his letters and
managing his commercial transactions.
Willio sent money home occasionally, whloh
whs ii great help tu tho family In thn hard
Winter timet wheu frequently the head of it
was out of work.
.lid so things went nn for uluo years, when
at the timo this story opens Willio wan
twrntv-ouo and still In Canada. Lizzie was
eighteen ami Pollv sUteen. and John Orping
ton was still a watoislda laborer.
'1 he ot cuius that Lizz e grew so fidgety be.
eatiFO her father was a little lato in coming
home to tea proved to bo an ovmtful one for
the family. Father arrived at last and was
hoaitily welcomed bv his two daughters, aud
wus soon ensconcod In hia chair by the fire,
and the table was pulled up rlo to hi
ellmw and hi tea Miurrd out, aud his thick
bread nnd butter vas temptingly dttp'aved
on the one good plale that ws a remnant of
tho former prosperity.
John Orpington had toon finished hia tea,
, then he lit hla pipe and prepared tu spend a
happy domestlo evening, talking to nls two
girl while they sat teside hlra and did their
fiearsd as Hare Antony, and both he and Mr.
'otttr were warmly applauded. The stage set
Inc and the gorgeous costumes were aconsplcit
ous feature, of the production and were much
admired. Mrs. Potter will appear In this play
until Friday night. " CamllK will be given at
the matinee on Saturday, and on Saturday even
ing will be given "She Stoop to Conquer. "
The second week of Mr, Harrigan's engage
ment at the Oratid Opcra-Honse was liegun last
night with the production of "Thu Orfu"
There la probably moro plot In "Tho Grip"
than in mnstof Harrlgan plays, but many of
Iho old familiar characters which helped estab
ish the reputation of tho company aro missing,
larrigau himsolf in the dual characters of the
coachman aud the wealthy Col. llcllly was very
amusing, and Annie Yeamans was probably
never teen to better advantage. Much of the
life of the play depends on Joseph Spark a
Lllcn Hollihan, a genuine Kilkenny vixen. A
usual Dave Braham and his orchestra furnished
filargaret Mather Is ever a wctcomo favorite
th the Brooklyn theatte-goers.as the crowded
houses which greet her performances will tes
tify. She began a week's engagement at thn
Leo Atenue Academy of Music last evening with
" The Honeymoon, a play in which alio ap-
(ears to great advantage. In the role of Juliana
ills Mstli'r did smno admirable comedy work,
aided by an excellent support, which Inclu.lod
f. B. Rtddiey, Charles Ilagar. 11. A. Weaver,
'rank McDonald, Marjorlo Konr.er and Virginia
farlnwe. "Borneo and Juliet'1 will lm pro
duced this evening.
" Mnnto Cristo, Jr.." with charming, dainty
Corlnno in the title role, received an overwhelm
ing welcome at tho Brooklyn Theatro last evtn.
Ing. Llttlo Corlnno i as fascinating as ever,
and her songs and dances were heartily encored.
Tho grand military march was a strong feature
nf the performance; nut when Corlnnc sang
" Dear Heart "and "Those Lovely Brooklyn
fllrls. Titr. World's latest success, ilic scored
a rtrong hit.
rtm !A Btuhm Couriir )
Black So Brown 1 tie ad f
Whlt Yes, ho has gone.
B, -How much did ho leave ?
W. Everything. Didn't take a cent with him.
MORT nEI.IAIlI.E, DURAnLE AND POrUI.AH
Nona ara iranlas without oor P ATRNTlSO SPniNOtf
IntlM atlaka, sod traa marked aa abort.
BELKN bS, JOHNSON & POWELL,
New Torb, 48M, 430 and 43k tlraadrrny.
Pblladtlpbla.OIT andOlOCbeaiaat Nl.
MOM) AT ItCTAIL DY ALL I1HST UKALrHtH
PBOM1T BELIEF IN HICK ilEADACHE,
dtlllnaaa, aaaaaa, conatlnallon.Qalo in tba aldn.raaran.
foduthoaaiiaini OAKTKIt'SUTIll: U V BUPI L1JI.
CARPET CLEANIKO AT THE ' GREAT
Ara.rican Wi.rta.lof, W.UIUh. Wro, ll. Ilowdan. prop.
A3I U8EM KNTST '
T Upanll A. M. ) 11 P. M. Adnlolon. lOo.
a nnAiirn slf-nlt Harnr-j Ualdwln.the Urvateat
1 UDliafL.ll UtPlf l.'u. lo.it, LI, ln;Kclilumra.n.
It Waak comiuanoln Honda, Maj 13.
Auotbar i 0nan Tbnnipaotra Matin
Orand ' N and Siiorrurul I'tar Wri!ndar
Atuaetloo. I TIIE TWO HlaTKIK. and hat.
Somehow or other the conversation wan
dered that evening back to the old times.
Pollv was never tired of hearing of the big
house in which her father and mother had
once lived. To her tho story of that past
prosperity was like a fairy tale, and she tie.
clared it did her good to think that they had
bsen " somebody1' once.
While thev were talking a knock came at the
kitchen door -tho kitchen end sitting-room
of the slum are one and Polly, thinking it
was ouo of their fellow-lodgers come tu bor
row a saucepan or to gossip, said " Come in."
To the astonishment of the family, when
tho door was pushed open, there eu'ercd a
tall, thin young man wuo was a stranger to
'" I beg your pardon If I'm mistaken," he
said, raising his hat, ' but a man I met at
the front door told me these wore the rooms
occupied by a Mr. John Orpington."
" Quito right, air," said Orpington, rising,
' I am Jnhu Orpington- what do you want
with me V
Only to ask you a few questions if you
will l o m good as to answer them. May I
ah si' down'"
Polly placid n chair for tho yonug man,
and h sat down on the extreme edge of it,
and putting hit hand in his coat pocket drew
out a bundle of iincrg.
Instantly an idta Hashed across Polly's
brain. She rend the l'ouwj ImiIUm' Journal
in her spurn time, and hho was sure this was"
somo ouo come to tell them that they had
como Into u fortune perhaps who knows J
-Into a title. .....,.
" Your name. sir. is John Orpington. I
havo had somo difficulty In tracing vou. but I
believe that yon are tho Mr. John Orpington
who was formerly In business in the North of
England, trading as Orpington &, Go.r"
"That is ipiito right. Mr."
" And- -er you are the sou of John Or
pington who married er will you kindly
tell ro your mother' name ?"
My mother was a UUi Ashworth Eliza
beth Ann Ashworth,"
AN OVERWHELMING SUCCESS, JH
. jKoot Oarden Conaari fpm 7.30 until 12 Wlahtlr. . JHnH
Admlrakia 00 eanla, Inalndlhg Bath ItnUrulsawta, vSM
14T" " T'K,m WFKK of0"" OT,TrT" WM
J. K. EMMET 11
(A till Jrlatftt ltfnAII, aWai
UNCLE JOE; Ji
on. rurrz in a madiuiusk. ; Mm
.. Nsw Honaa, Includln lianfbtns jak. 9mi
nallmr, !.'Si, i Itwwrtad, ;i3o., oOo., Tod., li 1.00. "Vtt
ijiJotrTTlEATllB. nroada, nstr ,'IOta St, ,.S
M Kranlnca at 8, ItO-Matlniw. Wd. and Sat. ' yflF'
11th ttsaknt th "IrrMMIIilr fonnv nmMr," HtS
A MIDNIGHT BELL. I
... n' llOYT, Anthorof A llraaa Monkar,"
"TlipldlloinitMd"nd "llanrlftt"rolr!iaaona. -;.!
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rirtAND OPKIlA.llOUflK. ' ,S
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COUNTY FAIR. tt
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nti na nl3 to nd ofifiiont Jm 1. S?
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naral'a Famooa Pan tomlma. with Raw BAIlats. 'Sir!
K'err Krr nlntal h Matlnao Yf wT and gat. .jR
PALMKtl'& TliKATUR, B'war and 30th St. jKH
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ill H'fln. at h :l0. llatln Ratardar.
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Broadway Theatre, cornsr 41st at. M
KifnlnatR Matin Satnrdajr a9. 4fH
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TVTTT ri'K nsEnvED beats. f? ffi
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A MmrrtO TltKATRR.-tut nlfhU of ttt Maws. JQT0
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Corner Waahlnctnn and Tohnaon ftrts. Wf
Matioora Monday, Wadn.sdar and Haturda, w
Th. Inromparahl. and P.arlaa J, .
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Thtllutol all Hplaltr Uomblnallona. S-
LEE AVE, ACADEMY OK MU810, II110OKLYW. 'I
Wak tlnnln Monday. Mar 13. -S'
MAHtlAltKTi In Jllonarmopn, Itomao and fm,
MATIIKK f Ilfpartolr. (Jnltat, .Lad of Lroua, . tttHf-
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AMPHIONTCADEMY. J ?JE M
.1IKTKIIPOMTAN UKI1.1IAN III'KHA CO. S
TO-NIQHT " DIE WALKURE.W
BRAND OPERA-HOUSLlSrMS M
i:,.rj .leulna. Matuiwa Wedneaday and Satnrdar. ",
EDWARD HARR1GAH 1H " THE GRIP." . J
PROCTOR'S THEATRE. NJv.fer. 1 i
K"T I PECK'S BAD BDY.H"- 1 ;
COU BINN'HPAIIK THEATRE. .
PATTER ,AT f
I U I I Ik IB CLEOPATRA. 1
" 0 ood ; tb.it ssltlcs it. I am not mlstakan. W
Mr. UrpiiiRtoti, I congrntnlate you, sir." Xj
" On what, sir ? On tbo fact that under a
the will of the lato Bluieon Ashworth, your 1-
lnotlitr'a only brother, who haa lately died, J
you inherit the whole of bis property, which t& V
Is vtorth considerably over C100.000 1"
' I knew It." screamed Polly. ''Ob, Father, j?j
I knew it when be first camo in!" t-,3
Lizzie let her work full into her lap and could ;&.
only stare open-mouthed at the f-tranger. yw
John Uni'icton uttoretl a little cry, then mm
tears rttshttt iuto his e.t es nnd bo ezolainiedt If
"Att. I thouk Ooil lor my drarchll- ,M
tlrcuV snko, but ob, if the oaulil havo but (f
lived to seo this ilny !" - S
lie was thinkine of the brave, lovinc heart ,-j M
that hud paswd away in the dark night o( hia 'yl
inisfortuno, and on wlioso dead oyes this sad- s fis
den burst of sunshine could never fall now. h of
It was iulto true. These farts were be- jr$i
yond dispute. The firm of lawyers, wnoaa M
rlerk the young man was. soon convinced (J
John Orpington that fortune hadsmiledupon "I
him asam nt last, and that he had only to eo p 3 ,3
through rerlain formalities and then take -Hfi
possession ot hU vtealth, T -
Ihe OruiuEtous were soon estAblished tu .-i, ,j
their new home I'ucle Simeon's pretty little - i3
country house. Polly was almost mad with J
delight, and Lizzie, who took things more , 'S S
ouietly. was bnnny as one is happy in a beau- t S"
tiful dream. Bho hadn't quite convinced '-m
herself vet that she wouldn't suddenly waka '--'if
np and find herself back again in the little ,.'
kitchen In tbo Londou slum, with, bar work ' Va
In bor lap and Polly laughing at her (or drop. - g
ping off to sleep In ner chair. tu m
A. ioon as the news was confirmed a letter .J 9
was sent to Willie, asking him to come bout. ' iJ
Un position a a very different oue to what if m
It had been. He was a youug gentleman, tha i tm
only ton of a man with a large fortune, and 7 8
be must come bom to take hU place in tatj i m
new sphere in wbloh they moved. 4. J
I To 6 ConfintMd To-Jforrota, 1 1 ' d
A. g . 1 ,JlTrliJlrt'aTaiTMyihflias'"TiW I IT aili 'fHt Jl2ffil ti"' fHattlaaaaaaal