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B I " 4 . TIIt3 WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING,. OCTOBER 10, 1889. I
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&& Iween .list and fl!M ets New York.
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Br W TWO YEAH8 OLD.
B3f, .'111; Tux Evranio Woiild Is two year old to-
Ely j,"-It;ha, reared in those two years a momi.
KK WK ment which would rofloct credit on a quarter
Kk jSpF- c' a ceniUrJ"' TIl Woclcs in that monument
Kfi. we benefits to the people, ana the tools that
tS kP .hnve quarried and wrought these blocks have
Wf&. t; ' " been Vigilant observation, sound judgment,
Ktv' couraceous independence, sympathy with
Mja '.Mr ... (he people, philanthropy and energy.
ME vSx ie People like these traits, and want them
Gl '' 'n newspaper. Look at the circulation
T -Wfc record of Tire Etxnino Won and see if the
BR t9Sr- people have found them in this journal.
He- IK A most Uttiuz featuro of this birthday is
R' WF l 'w'nC of the coroer-itono of Mr. Joseph
HE- ',!'. rDLrrzEn'8 new building.
MjK ra "Typo of The "Woni-n. the building
& ' w'" tower above its towering rivals, solid,
Bk' &' fair, meeting every roquiremont of its scope,
Era fin ' greatcat among the great
jt MR Tho peoplo say Tnc Evening Womj is
Hfc fig . this among newspapers. Yet so long as tho
EK SE, possibility of improvement remains to it,
mat,1- 'jL The Evening Womjj will never feel content
MGJ? By with nny standard of exrellenco which it has
m& SF reachod.
ft K WOTn- '" , , i
HjP'SSp Excelsior ik't'gooa watchword for a news-
!( pnper.ond TnnETTSiNa Would is abovo all
Br lJ W newspaper.-
B? t MTJ8I COME TO THE BA0K.
Kl E" matter how rough-shod a man in office
Wv? Wi- ' overrides the people in this country, they
r- KC luiva still, the RUiiactoa of knowing that he
HffiL nr' as ec of "10lu '''" llaoe. And tho men-
F.P ' ',c' t8 ont pretty figures, sometimes, too.
mffi' f 'Jmjt now the'great Senator, William U.
By KM& Allison, hts doffed hie six.inch layer of
B&'fsf dignity, donnod a slouch hat, and is doing
Km! kL '" ' r0llui,a oC f' county fairs in Iown,
Hr' 'rT asking oven tho rag-tag and bobtail please to
MB Wi' elect a Lcgiulature that will let him go back
PJE ft; to tho Senate.
Bk Wt. Tuo peoplo aro the sovereigns, after all.
K JKr- BULL CODRTIKG DI8ASTEK.
ER- M . Ihe 'White Star line peoplo are at Inst
US gmw happy. Tho Teutonic, with new screws, and
B jS ' her bottom scraped and polished to tho liue-
Bft. ESf toss of (u America Cup racer, has beaton tho
Hr T$t& C''y of Kow York acrn's tl0 Atiantir. There
BkV " were about twenty.fho hundred souU aboard
Hp ,m. the two boots.
Ek s Keep it up. The day of reckoning may be
Kil 1 near or far. but it will come.
jar K : .
n3fi), 'V '10 Canadians want Uouhnoeb to come
K 'Mfc and live with them until ho is "recalled to
K Mb rule'the destinies of Franco." Tho bravo
BEft ' S General will enugglo uj in nnv rest if it is
Bf$ K?' well leathered at some other body's cost.
Kfe kfci And, gracious! what u salary he could got
Bra 'fiu, m a museum over hero if he could endure the
" 'ImF' tomeness of the life.
mSu B ' &peror William is gallivanting about his
B "realm dicht in thcsplfnd or of allntUh Admi
nS? K: ral, vhich costly nnd without doubt becom.
K W! '"ingattiro his English cousins made htm n
InL L present of. That boy, it teems, clutches tho
HP Up fond delusion that he is going to effect a
H Sk r flfrhtinc n,llnnce with England, so that whilo
1F SK- he is thrashing Franco John Hull may mako
Iw jHL tho Russian Dear keep his claws off.
m W' ' fceem' that young William is como to
IB Wb bring " not peace, but n sword."
IJK 'Jfir 'rbc Star of Empire may still be taking its
RS ay westward, but tho baseball goodness!
KWt vBf' ' ll0lr " rlls CIWt Lft8t Sa,uril,'y the pennant
Dpf 'JDr r"me to New York, and last night there was a
'' ;' l''" lnee,illS of Englishmen in Loudon to
UW '-rar organize Itio National liasebull Lesguo of
HE' K Great Kritnin. Now, staid old cricket, look
Bw w' out Mny lje tllib bai biKiied yur ,lcrt,u
HLUvI There's soinethliig awry in New York's
BBBkIbI rnanipulntlon of tho excellent rhanco she
iHtvM'' k"1 IoT B,:c"ri,I the AVnrld's Fair. If you
ir SXk Wbat U '" 'nll'' t,,ey ' i "Tho
BKlI.if' Oolah:" "That's ono thing that nobody
BBEJW! Euoent. Field failed yesterday on a Europe.
& bpnnd steamhhip. While he is abri ad he had
IBhK'' better go and propitiu o the manes of Hoback
BMissvl1 Flaccus ond a few other distinguished for-
BBkwIi ' ' e!t;uers w'tu uum ll0 lms jested.
HkK " TheCatskills are white with snow. Ilut
BtT iBV. tlic '?" sllilleH- Winter is a polite old blus-
Hr!'lK ' terer, after nil. His coming's n necessity,
K jKa '" Li'it ho makes it as gradual and as easy as may
IBs ISbT A llnrd Croivil.
BMi iVa- Kr Tho way of tho trsnuorouor Is hard.
K Mftj ' 'frV.IM' J18. Jl" t-'0, w"-9 aidewalk, and
h fHfi: sowds the iight9us out into tho mud,"
Hv t w
BflCLBffik. v. i'.
BrffflrlMMiritillihi'''a- .a..4... ' ..- ..V
"THE SEVEN ACES."
" A kaleidoscopic entrrtaliimeiit In two parts
and eight tableanx ' is nliat DMoy calls "Tlio
Seven Ages," his latest venture, now riniiiitie at
tlioBtaiuUrd Theatre. It atToidn tlio -.ersstilo
joutiu; comedian opportunities to aoocar in va
rious disguises suggested by tlio famous speech
Tittered by the melancholy Jaqucs in ".As You
I.lku It " Til at the entertainment will be hluhly
succesifnl Is cxttemoly probable. It lias snnio
very attractive features, it needs piuutng, but
6 do many produetlons after tlic first week's
Dlxey is a delightful young comedian, and
somo of his work in "The Hcvcn Ages" is
artistically valuable. As "tlio lean and slip
pered paiitaloon " fie nresented a sketch tliat
the most leaitlmato artist of tlio day would be
proiU to aeknowlcduc; as the sclioolbny ' with
satchel and rhiniiig morning face, creeping like
snail uuwiltingly'to school, ' ho was also suc
cessful. As for his dancing, it is unique. Tlicro
Is only one Dlxey, from a terpslcliorean point
of view. Ills dance, with Miss Mary Williams
was one of tlio most enjoyable features of the
entertainment: tlicro wasuot enough of It.
There are bright things in ' ' The Haven Ages. "
It Is not full ot them, to ba sure. Dlxey seems
to have gronn more tedate. Ho may bo stiflci
Ing from nrnousnesaor from n cold, or from
both. I wish he would put on a mustard plaster
and set better, rionichow or other, 1 don't like
to think of Dlxey as hoarse.
The chorus of girls with perambulators
pleased tb aildienco immonscly. It wa-i l'ann
tlcrnyism in the chotns form, ami wasquite
pretty. DiXey's Imitations of Hopper and Wil
son were also grateful. The marriage sccno
was a lovely picture, suggesting that
painting entitled, "A Country Wedding."
Tho charming groupings and surround
ings reflected great credit upon some
body. Of Dixey'a support it Is not uccesssry to
sty muck. Homo i cry delightful and thankless
work was done by Miss Elaino El'i-inn, who
steered us4 persistently through "The f-evcti
Ages." though sho would lurlnitely sooner, as
she said, haio been playing I.ady Macbeth.
. . , Alan Dal.
The )rlte two- eir-old-Tnr. Evkkiko World.
Capt. Constontenus, the much tattooed Greek, has
return! to us from foielirn lands. Ills trlpwssss
markid as his body.
Now tbat KsinmUr Is to be shocked to dsatb, won't
some tlectrlc system of death be found that won't
shock everybody by Its brutality. .
A Wisconsin minister t'etemilned that his ccuifrn
gatlou should not "steal Its way Into heavsn." and
and lncklnir the church doom, held the members pris
oners unit! they subscribed snumru money to payoff
the church debt.
An oyster trust In, Msr)lsAn'ts the latest: but If
they hold cm to tlieoj ilen for i corner, the trnit fi
likely to ba distrusted.
In (lays like these, themslden fair
1'uu en heavy dien
And iroetti fcrth to ttke tin sir
And gather leaves tu press.
Altlionsli she calls this splendid fun.
The ebarnilnir lulls elf,
How wonld she frel-the cruel one .
If she were pressed bersolf r -Time.
California will msknF.OCb.OOO gallons' less of wine
this year than laat. This Is bersuse so large a portion
of the irrsiss went not to tho Juice, but In rslslns.
The wily vlneyarders found they could squeeze more
money out of dried grapes than by squeezing- wine
out of the fresh ones.
' It Is floured that It would take 1100,000,000 to
rtvesrery poor person In the .world an oyster stew, a
roast nicest snd a mmcei'l--. and the philstithroptst
with cssu capital ot 7 lusy well leel dlscour-ged.-Mfruff
The Chlcag-o .Yens murmurs thns "With both the
rrrst National political cenre ntlons snd the World's
Fair In 18012 Chlcag-ii will te the scene of consider
able activity three years benee." It Is Indeed a
The Chinese say that a discontented man Is like a
snake which would swsllnwsn elephant. Ihls eslls
up a picture of Chicago and the World's Fair.
Tammany's County Convention will be held Tues
day evening next.
The Harlem Democrats Club has carried out its
threat of Independent action and nominated ex
Alderman Cyrus O, Hubbcll as n candldste for
Assembly In the Twenty-third Ulstrict.
Next Monday night the Hepublleau County Coin
mtttee will meet at the UrandOpera-IIouse Hall and
when the time for the primaries and conventions will
The race for the Tammany Hall nomination for
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas Is an Interest
ing one. The candidates are the present Incumbent,
Judge Vsn lloeson, John M. llu-sers, Lis-, Id Me.
Clnre and Honry Illachoff. Jr. There Is a larP-e Ger
man lufluence, headed by the 1-taatt-ZeitHno, behind
UlbchofT, which renders his chances ery good.
Two more Tammany Hall office-holders, who will
tK renominated this Fall, ale Assemblyman Doin
nick F. Mullaney and Alderman Alexander Dowd, of
the Filth, Assembly district.
Alderman John Carlln Is not having It all his own
way In bis, csntain for the Itepiibllean nomination
for Senator In the ElerentrTDlstrlet. l'.x.Asei-mbly.
man Dow a. Kittle, of the Nineteenth Assembly Dis
trict, lids fair to worst him 111 the contest.
ATHLETES IN REPOSE.
Mr. Thomss Toby is Bupsrlntendent of the New
York Athletic Clnb. Ills knowledge of athletica fits
htm particularly for the position. Peoplo who hat e
ruetMr. Toby aroalwsjs anxious to renew the ac
quaintance. Eugene Van Rrhalck, of the Manhattan Athletic
Club, Is reported to be the cleverest amateur fenoer
Inlhoilty, He runs ocrasluuslly for exercise, too,
and Isn't particularly slow at this sport either. He
dispenses legal lore doantown.
"Al" Danker, the amateur bicyclist. Is a member
of the Berkeley Athletic Club, ills friends say he is
completely happy only when astride the wheel. Cur
rent rumor has It that next reason he will devote his
entire leisure time to Wcjcllnr.
"Willie" Day is the champion long-distance run
nerof the New Jersey Athletic Club. His forltn
distances am the three and ten miles. Hckeeialn
training every day in the year, hayluy a tendency to
do too much work.
Ilasket rlncusblons sre the latest. Derby silver
costs $3 and sterling IN.
The ideal slumber pillow Is filled with pulverised
orris root and ma)' bo bouxbt for (30.
Marie Jaustn luus a weakness for nuirnenette an 1
goes to sliep with a knot of it pinned tuhcrilllow.
In tie manicure world filbert finger nails sre culti
vated and tho moons brought out with a touch of
ihcrry lip rouge.
The tnUrroratie "hat" has been eliminated
from the elite vocabulary. Say buu, pardon, please,
anything but ulirar "whit."
Ulss Inrurtoll la an artist's study in gray. She
never weara any other color during the day, and
whit is her only t vsnlny dress.
You can buy a big velvet s onve now, about which
hangs a most delicious anddurable perfume, that -n ill
hold a bucketful of water. Oue Bqueeie Is a bath.
Do Not Neglect
Tbat tired ftcllnr. Impurn Mood, d litre sftr Unjt,
paint tn th tack, haa-dadi or attullar affection, till
wu powerful dUeaaa obtalnaa firm foothold audr-cofvi-jr
(a difficult, porbaoa UnpoaalbU. TaJca Ilood'a
btraaparllU, tbu ''.afagdar of baftlth, tn tiroa to banish
All tad frallD(i ind rratora you to parieot condltiory
Hood's brarrllla ia pwalUr auratlfapowar. aud
ucomplUbK surtt wUw oiber prtparatlooj Uij
Another Bevy of Contestants for the
Pretty Baby Prizes.
"All babies are pretty, "Is a saying which la
as old as tho proverbial hills. That some are
prettier than others, though, there can bo tin
denying, n n sun ey of tlic pictures of houi chohl
pets printed In Tup. Kvf.xino Would dttiiiigtbls
remarkable contest, will convince cen the most
confirmed old bachelor.
, Tlio list of cunning little competitors l
headed lo-dav with tlin tiietiire of Hilda Jor
gonson. who-e parents originally camu trom
Norway ami Ueinuark, Her mother writes:
Inclosed Messe find picture of our baby. Her
name Is Hilda .lorgensen botn April 'M, 1BH8. This
Icluri s taken wlien she was fonrlecn months
old. hather's iuui Is Henry Joivensen. barlri
born March 7, IrfiU. Mother's name HanneKilck
sen i Imrn Feb. UH, lhfJ4. 1 ather torn In Denmark,
mother In Mnrway. Hanmk JoanENscif,
tor Vt est Forty-seventh strset.
WILLIAM nARrUlA SINK.
The father of this llttlo fellow sends the fol
lowinir Information :
Xh le K.lllr
n thIo7.7r,Snhi'a1rnn "kn- & 18fl7' '! m SceuP "d
(lien. L,.h1 iT. b,'"lln'';" . H w,,e naino was Ida
i.A.. 'y"") f'l1 street, can vouch for the
above. ery resi ret fully, W. H. Hiss.
There ara about six hundred women In Chicago who
own and ride bicycles.
Mrs. Bsrry sas that she. did not see a frowsy
headed woman in all Parts. She saw but one female
garbage-picker, and she had her hair done up In curl
One of the wealthiest women In the country la Mrs.
Frederic k Lenoir, of Hprlngfleld, Msss., who liuaald
to bo worth !i0,000,000. The greator pert of he
fortune is in real estate.
Mrs. Scott-Slddons, thn drsmstio reader, Is now
filling engagements on tho 1'aellle coaBt. Her recent
Illness Is said to have aged her considerably, taking
away the bloom from her cheeks and the buoyancy
from her spirits.
wJK'n J1"1' amile our arguments she hears.
Bhe has resolved ) ourwlshe toobey,
lliit when she uuetsjourriusou nr wlfh tears,
He sure the sumiu means to uae her way.
O woman! thou wert fashioned to beguile.
1 he poet sings, a libel surely this.
Thoy who hate known the suustilne of her smile
hwear she was made to comlort and to bios.
A pretty girl delltrhta the titer's eyes,
Hut beauty never can with love compare:
Her home a handsome woman beautifies,
A loving one dinuses sunshine there.
Although 'gainst lo ely nomsn cynics prate.
Men know It is her naturx to W true,
And eertalnly her lrttie should be great.
bluee fieiiututlylt mus. ruiUce for two.
The fry oflhr llriamrr.
I am tired of planning and tclhnir
In thecrewteil hives of men.
Heart weirv of building and i.polllug
And spoiling and building airaln.
And 1 Jong lor tbo dear old river
W hero I dreained my J outh away:
I or a dreamer live fore er.
Ami a toiler Ulefvu a day,
1 am sick of the showy seemlnT
Of the laees lined with si liemlnx.
In the throng that hurries by,
rrour the sleepless thought's endesvnr
I ould gu whers.the children play,
lor a dreamer livos jnreve.-,
And a toller dies In a iuv,
I feel no pride, but rlty
For the burdens the rich endure;
There Is notlilnir sweet In the city
Hut the patient Hies of the poor.
Oh, the little hands an skilful,
And he child imnd choked with weeds.
The daughter sheart grows wilful.
And the father's heart that bleeds.
No, no' from the street's rudebuitle,
. Hum trophies or int-t ami stage.
I would 111 In the wood's low rustle,
And tl e meadow's ktudl) page.
let trie ilrrsm as of old by the river,
nd Ik' loied for the drrsm slway,
F jr a dreamer lives forever.
And the toller tiles in a day.
-Join V;ove O'ltnl'i in Kithante.
(irorae I'rniiela Train Jr.'s, Dlvorer.
InTnr. I'.iiMMi Wimii.d'h icport yesterday of
the decico of ill voire Issued against fleorgo
Francis Train, ji.. the niahlcn name or Mrs.
Irani was crroneoul statm. Mrs. George
tianels 'Irani, Jt., . a Mish I.ucy Hlienliaid.
ir., n mot estimable lad), married Mr. i:islc
Tram, aimthei son of (leurge Francis Train.
TrlearnpU Oprrntnra' iMitrrlulmneiil.
The New York telegraph operators will give an
entertainment and lecept.nn at the New Central
Opcra-Hnuso III Jlast SlMy.seirtith etrtet,
Thmsilay eu'iiing. Oct. 111. llohertmn' cum.
eday, "I'asto." will be given, with Ella Uriflith
Orceue In the leading inle.
"OUT AND WALKING AI101T."
Polnla In Collnr nnd or Inlerrat In Men.
It matters not how nice the clothes nre that a
man may have on, if his collar is not juit right
lie will not be eouslili rod a neatly iIickhciI msn.
To bu stile the knowing ones nlays nsk and in
slut on having tho V.. A W. brand of collars and
cuff", for they are the best goods on the market,
'having a style, dm ability ami neatness of tit
not found In any other make. The lough edges,
so cnminoii in collars, even after they are
laundered the lira timo, is a fault not found
with tho h. AW. goods. Their "Hhawmut,"
the latest collar out, is a beauty, ami is now
worn by alldicssersof good tate, "Spokane,''
1"Nantlcoko ' and " l'alatka" have already Be
come prime favorites, and may be had, as may
all other brands of the, E. AW. make, at the
leading gentlemcu a furnishing gooQs (.torts. '
' Ar OSM1Vv J
II lv Afvi IPl Id- I 1 I s vY3Di
I I I Z S In 1 Pi C '
Why is almost every imitation of PYLE'S PEARLINE given a. name ending
in INE? You're not very bright if you can't see that is "with intent to deceive."
These imitations are peddled give prizes make false representations but up to
the present time "we are doing quite well." They have not budged the Props
which hold?- Pearline in especial favor; on the contrary, the sale of PEARLINE
increases- by millions of- packages every year. JAMES PYLE, New York. ,
Wsmmwm a is i l . as i i i - Sl B V
IN Till!; DRAMATIC WORLD.
TREWEY, THE FASTA1S1ST. WAS EDUCA'lED
FOR THE PRIESTHOOD.
Trewcy, the clever fantalaist of ncrrmann's
Vaudeville Company, strolled into tho OUscy
IIouso yesterday with Marcus Mayer, Teddy
Marks and William Oardlcy. Trcncv looks in
private lifo llkohodoes nn tho stage, a plctuie
of Father McOlynii. He laughed when he was
told of tills reLOniblnee. " 1 was educated for
tlio pnesthood," bo faid. "and studied my
(IrevU ami Latin like a little man. Hut when
cier I could get hold of a couple of pota
toes and a l.nifu I retited with them
to a corner and practised tossing them
up and catching them on tho knife. I always
had an Inclination for that kind of thing."
Ticwey says that American audiences aro innch
like tliosn in Knglnnd, Trance and (lurmany,
but uqt as fervent as Hpanlsli eatherimrs. " l't
aiipearcil In Npain," he said, "and they're
broken the chairs m their enthusiasm." Ho
likes New York, but thinks Chicago tlio liner
city. Ho Is particularly impressed with the
i-lo of the Chicago buildings, though ho thinks
the tonn itseir boriiblr duty and icmarkably I
smokv. Trewey Is n rrenebman, born in An- ;
goulonie. Ho is a hard worker. In his cravat is
a pin set in diamonds nnd bearing the words,
"Tidvall; Patience; riogros.''
Actor at Daly's to Novice Do you know why
thU is called the " homo theatre j"
Noico 1 give it up.
Actor llecauso when we aro relieaislnis wo I
vciy nearly have to bring our beds ami Iho
John A. Mackay is now apparently in the vory
best lirnlth. He was fieiiucntly seen on llroad- ,
way while "ThoKtiiftcd l)og."in which ho has
tho leading part, was being played in Hronklvn. '
Maekay has polished liun-rlf up and lnoka like
tho spruce, uappcr comedian ho oucu was.
Bald Manager Rauderson, of Tonv Taitor's:
"I must prote-t acamt the claim said to havo
been made by Iho Howard Athemrum t'omt any, I
asserting that thev were the tlrst organisation I
of the kind to nlay in high.iiricu 1 thoutrcs. In I
lHU.'i 'lony Valor plavnl his arlety oompiny
at the Iloton Theatre, and later at
lloston MiKeum. which is the salt
of New Hugland'a earth. His company
has alo appeared at the New York and DrooMvu I
Academics of Music, atOol.Btnn'sl'aiUTheatie,
at McVlckcr's and Hoolev's in Chicago, at thn
(I rami Opcia-House in Cincinnati, at tho Olym
pic in Ht, .oiil, at Ford's in Ilaltininrc, and at
the National in Washington. That's a fair I
showing, isn't It?"
"Hcc here, "said Marcus Mayer, taking a let
ter ft Cm Ins pocket and folding it so that only
the autograph could ba viewed, "havo )oti cicr
seen tha. signature before:'1
"Yes." said tho gentleman addressed, ery
Eroniutly. "I saw it in connection with a fede
rated English soap advertisement."
The signature read "Adellua ratti-Nlcollnl."
ratti, by the way. sails for this country Nov.a".
The opening of Abbey's new theatre In llnston,
Monday night, will be u great event. Mr. Mayer
and bis two aides-de-camp. Charles Hchroe-der
and James W. Morrissoy will bo there. .Mr.
Morrlsseviha been tmplored for Abbey s forces,
smile and all, Morrisscy is an eucrgctiu worker.
Thu regular season of tho Madison Kiinain
Theatre will open with "Aunt Jack," in which
Mrs. Agnes llootb-Kcboellel will havo another
great comedy opportunity. 'J bo company lias
been playing " Captain Hwift"in Chicago and
rehearsing Aunt Jack " in that city.
liaod Neil. Tar fnrpel llujern.
This is tho time whci the parlor cariwt or tho
sitting-room's furnishings need icucwiiig, and
Iris pleasant for the pioiideut housewife to see
the offerings of lbe New ork Furnitnro Com
pany. I!!U to l;io West Fourteenth siirel. Par
lor suits n oak choiry, raw Ilk, piusli sml
other styles, from fij uu in price; caret
ranging froni :ir cents a yard upward, ami
other things of uao and beauty at marvellously
modest prices. Especially low rates aie put
upon tine qualities of llrusscls and ingrain
MoTwaaa say they would not be without Moaiu's
Tuiuuii Uoasui,, lris M esuts. ".
READY FOR THE GREAT RACE
BELLE HAMLIN AND HARRY WILKES IN
THE l'lNK OF CONDITION.
To-monow will ho the greatest trotting day of
tbo season, and Fleetwood l'ark'wlll bo crowded
with trotting enthusiasts. The day'a programme
Includm ten starters in tho S. 2S olass, purse
41100, and a two-mile race, best two out of three
heats, 7fi0 and asihercupto the winner. Ilut
the gtcat event will, of course, he tho match
race for 5.nno. between tho famous Harry
Wilkes nnd Uelle Hamliii. John E. Tumor will
handle tho ribbons fur Harry Wilkes and Mr.
Andrews for Iielle Hamlin. Mr. Lem Ullman
has arranged for special ti nins from HulTalo and
llochestcr for the convenience of thosowho wish
to see tho great race.
Kntiios for tlio Monistown. N. J., trotting
races, to tako placo Oct. "-, 23 and "4, close
Co'ates nrothcrs have from ten to twenty cn
triis tor each race at the Paterson trotting
meetinu, which continues six days, commencing
Messrs. Hire Drothers will go to Loxington,
hy., next week to enter Harry Wilkes and
(IoshIp in tho "free for all" Hotting and the
Iroei for all " pacing races.
T e next important boxing match will
probably be the ilnUh match between Austin
Oibbnni nnd Miko CushliiR. It is confidently
expected that the match will bo arranged by tho
tlrst or next mouth.
Thn Acorn Athlot'c Club will hold games on
Nov, ft. A hopping nnd a " three-legged "raco
will bo features of tho afternoon's sport.
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Tbo Scottish cutter Thistle is being fitted with
a centreboard. Mr. Jninesllill, who now is solo
owner of thu yacht, wants to try again tor tho
America Cup, so it is said.
Tho Friendship Host Club will give its fare
well reception for the season of 1880, on Satur
Bamuel.T. Cornell has again assumed an ac
tive part in athletics. He has Just assumed the
chairmanship nf the Athletic Commttteo of the
M. A. ('., and lias also been clocted Captain of
.1. M. Cowic. tho Scotch sprinter who lately
arrived on these shores and lolnrd the Manhat
tan Athletic Club, will try to break the l'JS-yard
lecnrd at tho AUcrtou Athletic Club games on
the 1 1 tli.
Thoe who tnke an interoM in lacrosso can seo
some sklllul plaiug next Haturday atteinnon at
Oraiigo in tlii contest between iho Urooklyus
Tlicro seems to bo considerable foundation for
tborepoits that the I.ires and Minerva will be
matched to raco again before Winter Hets in.
WHEELER WAISTS MORE MEN.
HE SAYS A LAROE FORCE IS NEEDED TO
LOOK FOR UNSAFE WIRES. .
The Hoard of F.lcctrical Control held another
session in the Mayor's office to.day to consider
how safety from tho danger of electric light
wires can be secured.
Mr. Wheeler, tho electric expert, made his re
port. Ho said it was true that that accidents from
oveibead wlies wcio due to defective insulation
and tlio overloading of circuits, and that tho
conditions could only bo remedied by an ad
lieroi'co to the rulos and logulations of tho
Ho referred to the necessity of having proper
insulation and conduction, which wero ordered
by tho lilies and regulations, but in order to
enforce these rules it would bo necessary to in
sicct every Inch or wire hi New York, which
amounts to a thousand miles.
lo do this, it would require. a large force of
expert linemen, and Mr. Wheeler thereupon
askud for an additional force.
CHAS. S. GROSSMAN,
Wish I o nneaoiiiaco thsittlioy havo
completed their Full Stock of
l.udieH' and Gentlemen's Gold
"Watches, with linml-imule cases;
also Silver Watches lor Boys and
at Girls. Dinmonds in all the New I
Slyles of Mounting:, both singly '
nnd mounted with Pearls, Emer- j
aids, Itubics. Sapphires, Opals !
Turquoise and other combiim- i
tioiiH, which include many novel.
ties in Hinus, Pins, Brooches &e.
14 karet jewelry in all the new
designs, and a variety of artistic
23 Maiden Lane, Now York.
WILL THEY MAKE UP?
Mike McDonald on His Way Here to
Meet His Wife.
Mike McDonald, the well-known politician and
sporting man of Chicago, is on his way to this
city and was expected at the Fifth Aveuiie Hotel
this morning. i
His wife, who is alleged to havo eloped in Julv
last with Father Moysant. of the Notre Dame
Church, is still at tho hotel, and it is poaslblo
that when McDonald arrives they will comet)
an understanding and she will leturu to her
home in the Windy City.
McDonalU is known as a soft-hearted man.
That he would forgive hia wife and take her
back has been expected by some of his friend.
It is oven hinted that McDonald now thinks that
he has misjudged his wife and behev esher state
ment denying all the allegations againat her.
Mrs. McDonald says that all tho taik oncern
ing herself and Father Moysant sprinus from
thn Notre Dame Church and her fathet-in-law,
F.dward McDonald, who is now sevciitv-cigbt
years old. '1 ho old man. or "grandpa, " as i-ho
calls him, tnld rtnries about her and made home
so unpleasant that she had to lice,
" My means aro limited, but I ask no aupport
or an allowance from my husband, "said Mrs,
McDonald, "lis has uffered me both, and as
ho is not mean an allowance means. ffiUO or
$il(Hi a week.
"I am tired of being followed by detectives,
and if he wants a separation he can get it by
applying tn the courts.
' ' Considerable has been said of my movements
abroad. I did not hide inelf, and with little
troublumy hukbaud can llnd out Jitit where 1
" I will not return toCliicago.honever.unloxs
It is to clear rather Moysautof tliocharue hung,
iuir over him.
"Father Moysant is in Canada?! believe. My
1; ii 'bam I is worth over a million and a half of
dollars, but I would rather wash dishes than go
back to Chicauo, unless my name Is cleared. "
I p to a late hour this morning McDonald had
not registered at tho Fifth Avenue llotol.
The Other Hoy Whniild He lllnined.
frtm Iht N mrrrtlU Joursal.J
"Aren't you ashamed to bu recii fighting with
that bintal Jenkins bo? on the street)'' asked
Johnnie's irate mother.
, " Ashaniod 7" repcatod, Johnnie In snrprise.
JAshamed I No why shouli I bo I I licked
ENDED HIS SAD LIFE.
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Dr. Sutherland Takes Morphias In tho
Union Square Part
Dr. Hugh M. Sutherland, a talented young
phy.ician. died in the New York Hospital at a
o'clock this morning from the effects of a dose
of morphine, taken with suicidal intent.
About :i. :to o'clock yiOterday afternoon, he
walked nto Union, Square Park and oat on a .
A few mluntos later ho hailod Policeman Mann
ami said; "I want to give you my nam and
addiess, as 1 have taken morphltio and will BO
rieidin a few minutes."
Tho policeman, after some discussion, ejaa.
ceeded in peisiiadmg the physician JP Bm
company him to tho hospital, and on tnew7
there spoke faddy of his life. .
He said that ho had no work and preferred
death to Idleness and starvation.
Ho told the policeman that he was born In
Scotland twenty-nine caia aijo. He also gave
his address as' :i4U East Fourteenth street,
which was wrong.
Hu roomo 1 in a phyrician's house at 111 East
Twenty-tilth street and was cUen permission to
iko a desk in tho olllco qf tho Homo llellef Asso
elation at 4 'ill L'ast Fourttonth stieet.
Ho graduated fioni the Hclectlc Medical Col
lego lust Kpring.'but could not control his appe
tite for strong drink, und this ruined hia pros- Ml
His wife cnmmlttod suicido two years ago. , V
He was Master ot the -Normal Lodge, No. 023,
F. nud A. M. ,1
Unjust Taxation. I
It la unju.t tntisthe stomach with hardens that It
cannot bsir. Many silly peoplo thus tyrannise that
faithful servitor ua'tll It rebol, aad punlsbss tbsm as
thoy deserve. I tp.lv is usually tlo thlli of iastr
iioinle folly . but whtther this or the natural associate of
Inherent fsehlnnras frnra childhood, It la surely and
pleaiantly romedlod ntli HosTurTEB's BI0IUCU Bit
Tms, tho I'.nejt and most h ihly sanctioned sUto
toniolnsii.tcnis. Asa result of tb toaflupartod to
tha Btomsi-h. snd tbolocrraiod aotlvltyof Its dh(stl I
and ass'inilative action, loaurod by hs pcrlteot usaof I
ths tsulfn Invlaorant, central slarulpa Is augmaated. I
tha oarvaa strengthtnfttkand tranquUliad. ?? M
dsroy to Insomnia and bypoobonclilisls i"; B
BlllousDtss, chills and terer, rbaiunatlam and kUasy m