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I TJIH WORM): SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOI'ER 12, 189. ''9
CLOSING THE RAGE.'
"Tho Evening World's" Pretty Baby
Contest Ended To-Day.
Hundrods of Anxious Mothors Await
tho Result on Tiptoo.
Pictures or tlio Little Cherubs Who Will
Wind Up tho Strucuic.
With to-day, The r.VEXisn Wontn's rrotty Baby
Content do-en. Tlicio havo been bundled" of
plcturci received that it Is impossible" to uritit:
bat every Picture that comet within tho cnnill
tiean, prlntoit at froiucnt intcrvnla in Tun
Etkninii Woni.n, will bo considered In tho con
teat whether it liaH been printed or not.
Mrs. JohIo Kiamor, ot '-'1 Ann street, this
city, n rites
To IA Fdt'nr
Inclosed you Hill find lil-'turo of nitronlylialiy girl,
The picture wan taken when alio was six months old.
Khe looks lust tho Haiuun.i". She wears a limir anil
licr nana tutnka thero lvnot a nl er, ur ruler or llve
jler baby to bo found fo her aire. I would like to
have you compare. It with other babies of htrairo.
Khe was torn Sort. 4, 188. Win will try to rail any
name you rail and sucreeils with all 1 he ilmplcr ones.
To her nursu she saia: "Mamie! Ahl tfioro atvv
there." Hho calla liotlt her Mrotherh by na'ne to
breakfast iler name 1m Irene Kramer, lie- father
la Joseph N. Kramer, a janitor, aged meMy-seven.
jr llerniollier la Josle .-tlifrgar, aged twenty live. All
5 wero torn in New iork.
B AMiEnx rroNHE'31.
R a proud Ilobokeu father haa tills to say:
UM in O s K'tllor .
M Inclosed please find photorraph of Albert Cron-
helm, the vuunirt-st nf mytlie boja, born at No, i!0
lluelson alien, llobtten, .N. J.. tuv. 1., 1KSH. l-'o
weighs twentv-eUht pounds and haa dark eyea and
lV blond hair. Ills mother a name Is Alma llenbold.
burn In Berlin. Germany, Jan. 211, 1S5H. "la
mm lather a name is Htcfileil Cronhe-im. born in Stettin,
I Germany. Nov. lit. lNfiH. llefercnee, AtimietUruss-
man, Mayor of Uobokrn. Very resiwctfuhy.
m onAcr. .1ENETTE VEitvoonT.
m A Brooklvn lather who has, with liifl wife,
! been the pinitd possessor nf seventeen childien,
n writes thia about Ills seventeenth child:
H ji. u Etlllm
Inclosed please find photo of draco Jenotte Ver-
n voorl. seventeenth clillil of florrlt and Ann Sophia
H Vervoort, bom June 11, lfcRli. Hho was three
aw months old when this picture wan taken. Her i ar-
m ents are lo h of Uroolhu ond Ler father is employed
by the II and N. V. 1'e ry Company, foot of llroad-
i B way, Ilroot vn. Ilevi ecttully,
H liiDanmift i lacr, iircokljM, ClhnttiT Vekvooiit.
I CHAItLIE FtlNJEH.
1 Mrn, Louisa Punier, of thin city, writes:
B Fleasc find Ineloaed the rleture of our baby, which
fl we wish to enter in your prlzt contest, HewsBborn
July til, 1BNS. life name is Charlie l'unjer. Ilia
mother's maiden name was Ixwisa Mehrtens. Ills
H fatltcr'a name la Charles I'ttnler. The mother waa
born In 1HU5 and the father In iHOO. Ills octupation
1 H no driver. Worefcrto Mr.Itudolphaen,aud weboth
H Ive at :I14 Central avenue.
B Tho next youne lady nmoiic tho contestants
to-day ia JeKle Hukh, wlio Uvea in thoptctty
H town of Hay lUdKC. Her motlier aays:
In II.' l;Wor :
. Inc luted you will find tho picture of our dear little
sn darling-, who la ao talkative and auutslntr In her baby
I H Makes the best Graham Ktu,
way. Kvcrybvenlnirahehasarbatwlth eiery little
baby's picture In '! F.vekiko WonLii, andklsaes
them all In turn. She hss dark-blue eyes, icolden
rurly hair and a ier' lair skill. Her name Is Jei
liuss, and she was liorn Sept. till, 1NH7, lFerimpaa
name la I'ermau Ittias, My maiden name was l.irzie
M. Uunn, We live In llay Illdie.
EDWAIll) K. BFItflUNT.
Thia nlnmp little chnii's picture fhows him nn
ho nt at tho nuc of tlueu niontlin. His mother
7l i Milot .....
Thto la tho rleture of our baby boy, Ed ward Et
erett Kerveant, twrn April 14, 1SHH. ame of
father Edward Kverett Heriunt, sr.,born New ork.
May lit. 18.H; iiruii-atlcn. mai hlnlat. Maiden
name of mother, Mae-ictc aiclinnon born In i on
tl ndorry, Ireland. Amr. Ill, l-r(l lteslden e. 1
loiupMns place, llrooklyn. Tills picture was taken
when baby was three mourns old.
Mi a. E. SrnoKiNT.
JEFFERSON PAVb'S RECORD.
The Confederate Lender's Services Co the
(inrrrninrnt llrforr tho War,
Of nil the men uow Hviutr who were promi
nent in the Federa' councils in the clayR boforo
the Into war Jeflornnu Davis is the most dis
tinguished, sais the Montcomory .Kirfr(ifr.
HU service to the Government 1 cpnn nt an
curly date ns nu ofucer in tho reuiilnr nrniy. nnd
outinucd until ho resigned ami settled down
to quiet liiu in MissKsiiipi. Ho wits nm l.c
the first to n rt thr cull when thu trouble
with Mexico came, nnd 'ho Amerioui urmy
hnd no, I ctler or binver soldior. As 8cc
ro itry of Wnr iu Mr. Tierc's Cabinet, he
aided crin.iy to his nlieadv well-eMnblished
n imtntion. and tho nfla.rsof the Depait
n.ent wee never administered in n mote wit.
isfnetorv uinnncr than while lio unsat Its
bind. As Penutor iu Conjiressuo tiuestion
arose (hat he Mas not nble to intelligently
dmctins, nnd he came in ccntHct with tho
master minds of the day. When tho great
clnutl nrose in 16C1. his cotin rymou of tho
South instinctively turned to him for
their lentior, nnd never fcr a moment did
hu heart or hand turn backward, lie literally
devoted his nil to the caubo, ami more than
nil oilier- ho has since been made the object
of Ktpuhlicnn hate and persecution. The
great IcndeiB in civil nnd mi Hary life on both
sides have nearly nil passed awny, but ho le.
mains stroiiR in intellect ns over, nnd still en
thioned in the hearts of those wliom he sened
Tito Kniad One Say, if a man aliould call yon
a Hat. what would you do ?
The' I.ariro One (with einphsais) I'd Knock
The Hinall Ono Thanks. I nan Just (foinpto
address a tew rcuiarKs to you, but I'll wait 'till I
set in Europe and then drop you a fow lines.
Got nnrk Home.
IFroni lft .Vw I'orlt IIWUi.J
Mr. Blinks (in dairy restaurant. New York
City) I'm moat starved for a bowl of milk and
Home berries with some real cream on 'em.
Urine me a double order.
Walter Ycv,ah. Been Smumcrlnc on a farm,
I b'pomc, ah J"
Wlmt He Wnnted.
f Frttm tnn Bwlatt, I
"I'dliko tohava the apartments occupied by
the I'rinco of Walts," exclaimed a pompous
IhiKliHliman at ono of tho Hummer resorts.
"I'm sony to t ay the I'rinco never lisited
"Well, then, civo me tho jonmnextto his."
Thlfi powder nnter TarUn. A nurfel of rurltr,
trntmtb aud wholetfomeneM. Mora rconomical ttian
the ordioiry kind, and cannot b sold In competition
with the multitude of lowtciit, ehort-weif nt alum ur
pnoepbate powder, bold only in run.
STOOD THE TEST.
jMI K Nettio Hall sat in her cosy little sittinc-room,
a H thinkliiir oier tho events of tho day. A veiy
t pretty picture she made, as sho rat thero in the
H bright llrclight. Her soft merino dress con-
B trastcd well with her rich, dark beauty. Her
B cheeks wore Mushod. and her dark hair, escap-
H iK from tho oomb, clustored in soft cutis mnnd
H her forcliead. Her Uand lay idly in her lap.
H and her eyes were fixed, with n tliouehtfttl looK,
aM on tho tire.
H "Why can't I keen that old uypiy woman out
" H ' my mind?" (ho nitiimurod. "I know her
M wordr aiefalne, yet I cannot holn thinking of
10 B them. My undo will nevor imest myforttino
HI !l! ?"y un,'te sptculation. and if he should.
sH :vt.iwould m,ke uo difUrenee In Uuy's
i IH affection. Ho love me tor myielf alone.
. H W"ot for my money, for he lias euounh for
,d H both. HtUl.lhavohslfamindtotryhlarovein
to H aomewar. Thero-1 haie it! I will tell every
H o! o thai my money ia Bone, and then, if Guy is
isise, tie will come and relea e me from my en-
.. ) Kagcmeut. But, no; ho will come as soon as be
. H hear', of it, to comfort me. Dear Uuy! I wish
jiU .jjami,..!!. a1i faVsMlira1 "laJal f fatTi-aafal iTnti Wiaalriltai'A'flAsM
ho wero home. Well, he v ill bo in a week, and
then 1 will trv my little plan. 1 miuht go into
the country ana ochool teacher, anal find some
uood, liono-t countryman, who would Inioino
fiirinjsrlf alone, lint ph.tw! what a romance
lam wcainiM How Uuy will laimh when I tell
him, and scold me for ever doubting ids love I"
Iu his room at an hotel eat Mr. Oily trcher.
Ills hendwas thrown back, and a dresmv look
ita'ln his liand'nmo eye. He had lust returned
li out a fhootlng expedition: and, as he was sit
tint; on the balcony that afternoon ho could not
aoid hearing tho conversation of eomo ladies
who sat lindde the window.
"What a handsome couple Nettio Hall and
Ouy Archer make I It will be tho beat match of
thoseason. Both aro young, ucli and talented.
I did think she was in loie with young Dr. ilarl,
but he had not money enough to suit her. Net
tie will never marry a poor man."
He bad tnrued away then; bnt now, as he sat
there, the words came back to him.
' Money is no object to Nettie." thought he.
"She would love me Juntas well were Ipepiil
lent. By Jove 1 am ooing to test her love a lit
tle. 1 will announce to-morrow that I have
failed. 'Ill news travels fast:' so before to-
THE THEATRES NEXT WEEK, j
ATTRACTIONS PRESENTED RY THE MAX
AHEUS OF TWO CITIES.
llooth mid .Horijcalin fleadn Their Knatnae.
mem nt the llrnndnny Thonlre .letter
son anil Florence ot the Mlnr Tlir Ken
data nt llm I'lftli Aienne Snlilnt nt
I'nlmer'a Anotlur AVeeli.
r.dwin llooth and Mine. Helena Mndjcskawlll
begin a long engagement nt the Hioadwny The
atro on Monday night, the play on that occasion
to bo " lticltcllou," ivlth llooth as tho Cardinal
and Modjeska ss Julie do Mo timer. " liicho
lieu "will bo given eiery night, and thrieivlll
be but tho Hnturday matinee, whin "Much
Ado About Nothing "will bo given, with Booth
as Benedick and Modleska as Beatrice.
Another tmputtaut dramatic event on Mnndny
night will be the spiv stance of ,lnsc.h Jeffer
son and W. .1. rinrciirc at the .Star Theatre in
"The lllviiln." Jellercon will, of rmiriie. bo
Boh Acre' and l'lorcnce Sir I.tclns OTiiggcr.
Mis. John Drew will bo Mrs. Malaprop: Viola
Alhn. I.vd a l.anguisb: Udwin Vsrrey. Hir An
tiiiiny Ab oltiU); rtedtuick l's'tldiug, ('apt.
AliMdUte: Jllss Jric Htnry. I.ltev: (lent go
I'enliatu, Dnittl; (leorgo Nash, l'aillklatitl, and
Jni-rph Walton, I'aj.
The Keiidals haie been packing tho I if tb
Aietitto 'Jhestie during tho iaat week, and
there has Ik en such a demand fur rests tor "A
Hasp nf 1'npet " thnt tho management haie do
termintd lo continue the iMTformaiices or that
bright entiudy Monday, Tuesday and Wedms
dsy ntgbtr. Dtttiug the ic-t of the luck Mi.
and Mr Kendal will be seen in "'iliu lion
master," an ailatitatitiu nf (leorge Uhntt's well
kunwii novel " l.e Maltte dis forces. "
Kalitni, the celebrated Italian tragedian, now
lit til's entinlry tinder the direction of A. M.
I'ulmir. will be seen this cloning in "Hanison"
nud again iu this Iragtdynii Mmnla)' evenliig.
Hi null, ns the mrnrtunnto giant is iiiaglilll
1'i'iit Htid routes the audience to eiitbifiastn. On
Wednesday, Oct. lit. ami Friday. Oct. 1H. Hal
vuil will present " Othello," in which hu has al
lendy been K'en by Ametieau audience.
Miss Cora Tanner will begin the second week
of her MtieceHsful engagement at the Fourteenth
Htiett 'iheatre on Mondav night, npiieainig
again as I.an) Madrrc Klasl.ton and ( hnrlos .Mar
lowe in Buchanan play. "Fascination." The
fascination Is certainly theio slid Miss Tanner
supplies it. Her company is a thoroughly good
one. and the performance ntoies along briskly
I taci and (HHs new si cctacular nantomimlc
hnilcsiiuu entrtltd "Kpider and 1 lv" will l.o tho
atti action nt the WTiuImt Theatre next week.
In the oast are Pauline MarMism. Bessln Cleve
land, Ada Bale. I.oimo Allen, Hilda Tlinnms,
Margtttrite Wood, Mile, Dornt, and Mons.
Orcte, Knmuel J. Ilyan, James It. Adami and
Heirtnanii's admirable Trnnsatlantique Vau
devilles begin the second week of their engage
nitnt at tho Union rtquaroTheatic on Monday
night. T.heyhnio packed tho linttsn during the
1 a t week In suite nf the plethora of attractions
on in tho city. F.iery foatr.ro of thia well
selected organization is north seeing and enjoy
able. At the Grand Opera-Houso on Monday night
Fredeiick Waldo will begin a week'H ei'gnge
inont, api caring a- Belphogor in D'l.nneiy's
play, "The Mountebank." Miss Stella l.eese,
Jlr". Vaui'culioft, Clay CUmiit, 1 . F. 1 and
and Wilfred t latke, s son of John H.Clarke,
will stippoi t Mr. Warde. New scenery, costumes
and accessories haie been proiidcd.
I enniati Thnmpron has had a photograph1
made of the inti nor of the Hoffman Homo
Cafe, ii bleb if now leprnduced, by tho aid of an
Immense Htcieopticon, on tl c great dron which
extends tho full width of tho Academy of Mnsio
Mage, showing Ft'cle Joshna's wandering boy's
haunts. "ThoOld Homestead " ia an strong
an ultra' tlnu as eier.
"ltogrr la Hoi te; or, A Man'a Shadow," tho
adaptation front tho l'mich made bv Auuustin
Daly and llobuit Buchanan, has met with suc
cess at NibloV, William Terris. Miss Jessie
Mill ii aril nnd Wilton I.aekaye appear in tho ca t.
I.ackayoV work ia rattlculntlv commendable.
The couit-room scene iu the third net is i cry
The Boston Unwatd Atlienreum Star Specialty
Company has turned people away irnm the Bijou
during the past week. Tho engagement lasts
for a fortnight longer. On Sunday l'rof. Crom
well will begin a seiies of illustrated lectin en at
the Bijou, his initial subject being "Paris and
thcWoilds Fair of IHnli." Cromwell will bo
welcome, and Manager lioKOtKiuest ia to bocon-
orutulateil nil his nrnniRltinn.
K. H. Kothcrn will end his engagement at tho
Lyceum Thcattc at tlio close of tho coining
week. Miss Alice King Hamilton is now all
ocating in tho cnmpanyHtppnrtingMr.Sothern.
On Oct. '-'1 tho new l.nndnn comedi, entitled
" Our Flat, " will be presented, w Ith H. 1. Con
wavintho leading part. The piece made a lilt
A.M. Palmer's company in "Jim the Fen
man" will he at tie People's Theatte next
week, giving il.r usual Wednesday and Satur
day mntine'cH. Tho company is beaded by
Joseph Whiting, who uproars as Jim llalston.
Flliii Wilton will be Mrs. llalstnti and Charles
Kent Baron Hattfcldt. Louis Baker, Eveline
Hardy ami Haidy einoii will also be in tho
" The Drum Major " at the Casino is left in
postessiou of thu comic opeio lieid, "Tho
Oolah"and "Clour" having departed. One
ot the ncent phutigrn has been tho tinnsfcr of
Mr. Matlin to the r.Me of tho Luke Delia Voltn.
Piepatations are being made tor the celebration
of the fiftieth perloi maucc on Monday evening.
Nov. 4. Souieniis, of course.
Dixey at the Standaid Theatre in "Tho Heien
Ages" has tilled the theatre during the week,
standing room having been ut a ptcniiuiii. In
his dlfteittit lmpeiKoratioiirt Dixey ilotn sonto
veiycleii r woik.the " lian andsllppcicdriaiita
loou" being perhaps Iho most urtistic. In tho
baby can ingc lilxis is extleinely luniiy. Miss
Klltsnn is also highly tlleetiie.
"Booties' Uabi"is at the Madison Squurc
Theatre and it will remain at that house until
tho opening of Mr. Palmer's regular season with
"Aunt Jack." Messrs. Stuienson and Sar
tlioine continue to tlo the good work they
showed on tho ilrst pieaentation of the piece
and little (in tie Iloman is asdelighttttl as eier.
Barry and Fay at the Park Theatre always
cause their audiences to eflervesco with laugh
tcr at the amiiring alisindlticH nf "McKeiiua's i
Fliitatlon." Business ha been very largo in
ilictl during tlio na.t week and tho lush come
dians are I nippy at the iceeptioii accorded to
them by fastidious New ui k.
ticxt wiek at Amberg'n: Stidtirann in "The I
flypsy llaioi,," Monday: "A Celebrated Wo
man, "Tuesday: llrst production of Milhickor'n
comic opt I a rite Vice-Admit al." Wednesday! I
Hist appcatat ce of Miss Jlmstine Christien and I
Oscar Ktuegar hi " Jane Eyro "on Tliursday;
" Tho Vico-Mlmital." Fridav: llrat appearance
of Fiatu K.utsehner in " Flr-ttcrsucut " and
" I ctchte Can llei lo. "on Satniday.
Miss Annie l'ixley uiaken her Hist appearanco
in scleral jears m Huiiem on Monday evening,
when she will appear at tho hauilsoiuu new
Opcia-Honse. Miss l'ixley will divido the week
betnien '".".'. Seciu.ll Floor," and "The
Dtaiou's Daughtot," Both comedies will bo
handsomely muuutul. Mimi l'ixley will intro
duce new songs and medleys.
auk-Hoe and Oinere. the clcicr illusionists,
will rinmiti at KostcrA Dial's tor somo tune to
come. The Davenes. ainal gymnasts, have Ixen
added to the specialty programme. Fred Solo
mon's, but lesiiuo. "1 aust on Tinie."will also le
mam at Koster V Bial's during the coming week.
Burton A Stanlov's operatic comedy com
pany in "Tho New Mrs. Pattingtnn," will bo
thoattiaetlon at Tony Pastor's Thcationext
week. The piece is tindt r the management of 0.
11. Jacobs, and will bo picscnted with new
costmucH, nmic and a itraiul inarch. In the ,
cast will be Burton, Stanley, Uus Hoel.lcr.fr..
Claude 11. Brooks, At thur Bull, Mack Charles, !
morrow uiglit she will havo jicaid of it. Then I
will call and oiler to reliase her. How surprised
she will look. Dear little Nettie! I know vour
generous Ileal t too wed to doubt sou; still. 1
shall led better satisfied It I prove 5 one love."
Bofoie the next night eieiy one was talking of
the icported t nil from ucaith to poverty or Uuy
and Nettie, et it so happened tliaLueithei li.id
heard ot thu uiisloi tune of tho ntiieT,
That night .Nettie ana.tcd.iiith beating hi ait,
the comiiiu nt her loin, lot to-night she lias to
prove his love. Her greeting was aslonugas
over, yet she thought she detected a iierious
ness in his actions. He, with his usual impiil
silent ms, came to tho point at once.
"Nettie." said he, "sou are dealer to mo
than liio: but, after this Hidden Iosm ot fortune,
I must give you back your li hotly, if you mh
Poor girl! having heard nothing of hla pre
tended lo-r, she supposed that he alluded to her
own. Instantly her thoughts of the week before
flashed througu her mind. She felt lab t ami
sick, but, by a very gieat effort, (bo o ntrolled
herself and answered: "Sir, I cue you back
sour troth; I think we havo Loth made a great
He stayed to hear no more, but ruahed from the
house like one crazed.
"Cruel, heai tiers girl !' hectied. "Perhaps
'tis lucky I found het outbsloroit wan ton late.
But 'where iguorancu is bliss 'tis folly to be
wise.' I wish that unlucky tilan had not or come
into my head. I will leave New York toteier
a d never look on her fair, falao face again. I
will heriatter live as a poor mau. No one shall
ever again have the chance io love me for this
. n , fc. j.Jjj JJ.ga rfri ' mi. t i V; ft- ytlfia'fcfl l I JsViuiiJb
W, H. Conklln.'C. H. , Ilobortnon. J. W. lleody,
M(s Annie Leaf. Miss May Doilgla-, JIIss
Annlo Carman, Mln Mattdo Atherton. Miss
Charlotte Moore, Miss Blancho Charles, 11, Bry
ant and Arthur Cnvandisli.
"The (Ircat Metropolis ' begins the last week
of its run at Proctor's Twenty-Third Street
Theatre on Monday night. It will bo succeeded
on Monday, Oct. -I, by Brousnu Howard's new
war play. 'Shenandoah." The acting of Miss
Annie Mavorand Mr. Harry Mciedeth In '"J lip
Uicut Metropolis " lias been much appreciated,
Dockstader's Minstrels are now conilottably
establlslied in their little theatic on Broadway,
and the gonial Mr. Lew has introduced scleral
novelties into the entertainment, which ia as
bright and cnjoiablo as eiet. Dockstader's
company Is a good one, and tho " Intel feteticn "
of Dockstader liiiuself l exliiinely amusing.
"A Hunch of Kcia, ' otic ot theiailicst atttt
most successful of (Tiarles II, Holt's ninny pop
ular faicn cotnedies. will be the attraction next
week at II. K. Jacoba's Third Aveiilio Theatre.
"A Bunch or Keys "Is as funny as ever, and
the company that will present it at thcThlid
Aicnnc Thcatro contain" the unities or some
very good people. "A lUltiolt of Keis " will un
doubtedly do a big week's business.
At tho Theatre Coiuinuc, Harlem. Kellar tho
magician, who is appearing at the (liand Opera
House, will be seen next wrek. Kehnrs enter
tainment Is a veiy enjoyable one. He Is assisted
by the Sspanlsh students, who dispense some de
lightful music, ami by the uusterious Mecns.
very clever mlnd-rcadois.
TlicLdeii Mnee will soon ham Its dancing
gills to hcwlldii audiences. During the week
Lrdcli I Nnczl has I een giving his u-ual concei ta
tune a das, nnd they haie buiiiiell attended.
His ptngi amines ale always Hindi up of classical
nnd ixiptthir music, and his oicheatin in an ad
mit able one.
"Tho Buttle of Oettyburg" Cycloramn. at
Fourth aienne and Nineteintli stint, is still
open night and da-, and is i; iiting inspection.
It will soon be taken from New oi it. where It
has cei lainly been extremely successful. It Is
now in the second year of Its exl tenco, winch
savs more for It tbsn anything else.
An cncuiipiiiciit or Manitoba Indians, twenty
fuut In number, nib be at Worth's Museum next
wet k and ought to be extremely lutein ting, as
the management ray "Wards of tlio Dominion
(loveiiimetit in their barbutic dances, plating
their own rude instruments and civilled
In ush iiiittunieuts " will be seen. Twelvn
males and twelvo li malls make tip tho
baud. Then Congo has been ro-ciieagetl
for two weeks more. Whale Oil (Ins will deliver
his lectures and exhibit larious whaling instru
ments. Oihtr features include Nehlo Alio, who
bundles snakes verv dexterously : Ivcnuaid, tlio
luttlesiisko handler ; Nellie Thornton, tattooed
people, and Naida, tho Albino. On the stage
tho l'alaoo Steel ally Company wlllglvo uti enter
tainment. On the programme nro thoAarous,
Sailor llanley, Ld Hotiier, Orinaldl Hugo,
l'lorcnce Heed. Bessio Waruock, Daniel Quiiiu
and May Buckingham.
At tho (laiete Museum. 1 :ih llowcrs. abovo
Drand stteet, "Daphite" has bent attracting
big crowds during the week. The lllu-lnn is a
good one, and north paying a visit to the mu
seum to see. Theio bio plenty of other attrac
tions at thu Gnlety, including the Coitiua Sis
ters, giants; ('apt, Baldwin, tlio arm ess man,
and Vol Kyric. the "tiro king. " A capital stage
show Is given hourly by the Gaiety Novelty
At tho fllolio Sltisetini curiosity seekers havo
prcvaih d during tho week and Nurso Donnelly
lias bion holding crowded receptions. Thcrn
aio a numberor inteicstiiig objicts to bo found
iu thia city, and the curio hall is well tilled and
neatly laid out. An hour can bo passed pleas
antly at thu Oloho Museum. I'avid Ken
nedy, who is said to havo been "shanghaied"
to Mexico by Liverpool Jack, is also at thin
museum. He has a -toiy to tell. For the chil
dren there is a " l'uucii and Judy" show.
There is iil-o a collection of wax flgmos iu what
is called the Paris Musee.
"-nhilj Ma-hat-tu, the Fast Indian prince nf
black a't, is thu leading fratuie at Doris's
Harlem Museum next in ek. This "mysterious
I wonder worker" is new lo tlio wo-tern heml--phcre.
and with him Mr Doris piereuts his
compliments to tho llarlemites. The museum
has bicn meeting with great success, and every
cfimt will bo used to prove it the popular lo-oit
for mothers and children. Ktta Lake, the
elastic skin woman, the Hindoo priest, W'lnto
Eagle and his Indian encampment aro tho
prominent fentuirs in the curio hall. In tho
theatre is a company of comedians.
Tho Nancke Brothers, the big Herman giants,
who wero imported I lorn Berlin by the Howaid
Atlucncuni Company, woto considerably sur
prised when Manager Cooney iutnimcd them
that he had rented them out to Doris, tho big
dimo museum man. They aio said to bo tho
biggest men in the world, as will be readily
understood when it is known that they measuie
1 Mil inches around thu waist. Thcyaioathletca.
They will bo on show omy two necks. b ginning
next Monday. Allah Btiggs. the fat woman;
SiisId Conrad, tho bearded fat woman: Edison's
talking machine and other curiosities aro in the
curio hall, and iu the tin at! c is a good compaii).
The nroolilen Thenlres.
The advauco salo for Francis Wilson and com
pany's eiigagei.iont at the Paik Theatre next
week, in that remarkable success, "The
Onlah." is said to be tho largest up to date that
any comlo opera company has ever had at that
house. This ilclightlul production will be giicu
hero at the expiration of its term of 1 AA nigl ta
m the Broadway Theatre. New York, with all
the Now Yoik company, sccueiy, costumes and
Manaccrs Kunwles t Morlis of the Grand
Optra-House have secured tho much-talked-of
production of "The Exiles" for next week's at
ii action and will spare no pains in making this
presentation of Sardou's diatnanf lltirnlan iifo
a notable one. Tho drama will be interpreted
by a strong cast, including Heurv Aieling.
Nestor Leiinon, W. S. Hsrkius, Adelo Bclgarde
and Keith Wakcmau.
Thellist Brooklyn presentation of the Bonton
Museum success. "Hands Across the Sea, "will
tnke place next Monday evening at the Amphiou,
where it will be given with all ita original
sectiio eflectn. The ca-t is a strong one and
embraces among others W. J. Fergneaon. John
lluckstonc, (lus I.eiick, Kdna Carey and Pctcy
Eastern Distinct theatre-goers will enjoy a
tieat next week, when "The Wife" will be pre
sented at the Lee Aienne Acadetuv. with the
fub Lyceum Tin atte cast and the choice scenery
used lit its production iu tho metropolis. The
cast includes Mrs. Berlan-Oihh. who mode her
successful debut iu tills pieco iu the Lee Avon no
An Irlah drama of acknowledged merit,
" Barred Out," will hold the boat ds of Jacobs'
Brooklyn Theatre next week, with Edwin Arden
and Agnes Anion in the leading nails. Tho
nlny abounds iu strong situations anil has
many scenes of thrilling interest.
There will boa week of melodrama at Jacobs'
Lyceum Theatre, beginning Monday ciening,
whim W'altci S. Snndiord will present " Under
I tho Lash." Two trained dogs sustain their lolo
I with almost human intelligence. Mr. Bandford
made a marked impression at Mr. Jacobs's
I house last season.
I Charles McCarthy will appear as Larry How.
! nrd in Edmund F. Price's play of " Ono of the
Braiest" next week at Proctor's Theatre with
a strong supporting conipanv.inoludlng William
Cumin iu the elder comedy role.
Paul Stanly.whoiu Pioniietor Huber.of .ipp's
Casino, brought over from Europe, has made a
great hit anil will lemain another week. The
coming week's progianiinu includes (leorgo F.
lifts, the Man- Sisters. Then lloch, Lucille
lleiuscn and Kirchnci's Orchcstia.
1 v ry Nervniia Person Hinuld
U OAHItn's I.IITLK I.IVLII 1'ILI.S. t,'."reiit .
lros, Ttuif. 1
Joe (In England) I suy, Charlie, look at that
sign. (Iliads); "Jloyal Inn, comfort toi man
and least! ' Bettei stop heie. I'm a man. vod
know, and you aro n beast, sou know, so were
I makes the most appelizmiE ..teakfast d !. ,
accursed money. "
As soon as (itty could si ttle his affairs he ills
appealed from Ntw Will,, telling no mien' his
Inn tided ilci.t Itiution. Haling disguised him
self In ilaikoniiig Ins complexion, coloring his
brown ban a dead lnr.es.. jr ciinng a huge
lilac I, beanl slid ai-Uhuu,; the gat b of A opinion
I lahnii r I think that not even his most intimate
liicnds would baio iceogmed in thi dark,
riiiigh-looking man the elegant liny Atchti, of
Ho found emplosiiiint on the farm of a kind
ohl man living some Hurts miles Irom the cits'.
Two yeats before he had spent a plea-ant Hum-
1 iner In this small village, and hoatded with tho
same man that he had now engaged to w oik tor.
He assumed the name nf James Holmes, which,
together with his changed appeaiance. coin
plctelv threw tho old man oil the track, if ho
had any suspicion.
At Ilrst he found tho nnrk pretty hard, but bo
soon became accustomed to the labor : and his
, hands, once an white and sott as a woman's,
gradually became biowued aud hardened by
When he had been there about two months a
new dl-trct toacher was hired, and as this was
the nearest home to the school-building, she
came to board with Mr. Williams,
Her voice nas low and sweet; her hair she
always kept under a small lace cap; her
baueia weio fmnll and white; her eyes dark
aud sott. with a sad, wistful look in
them, but their beauty wan concealed by the
glasses which she always wore, although (my
often noticed that, when alio wished to look very
cloiely at xnythlnc, iho looked over tier glaiiei,
GENERAL ATHLETIC NEWS.
WHAT IS flOINfl OX IN TUB WORLD OF
tlnalnc Competition ! Long talnnd City
Wclf-KnoMii Itunners In Itin Atlerlnn
t lull's (Jnmen-lllllr Mnitden Trnlnlnat
Jnrlc Aahlnn nt HlocM Islnlnl Conned' la
Nursing nn Injured Leg.
Tho amntctir boxing competition, to bo given
bv the Arlington Athletic Club, of Long Island
Cltv, will be bell at Wokal's Hall, corner of
Skillma i and Jackson avenue, ltistiad of iu
Arnold's Hall, os beforo announced. The en
tries close Oct. IU with Win. II. Broome. 177
East Fourth itiect, Long Island Cits'.
Tho following well-known distanco runners
havo been Invited to com pole iu thu invitation
fotti-mlle run of tho Allerton Athletic Club
games on Oct. ID at the Manhattan Athhtlo
I (Tub grounds: Thomas, (liorge, Skillmau,
I Dav. Lloyd. Freeth, McOrcgor, Young, Ken
nedv, ll'ei there, ConnelT, Carter, re trie,
(lllbert, Hose. Collett and McCarthy.
The Manhattan Bicycle Club will hold handi
cap races on Nov, '-'H,
Billy Madden is training Jack A'bton at Block
Islaml for the Intter's boxingmatcli with (leorgu
(lodrieyat the I'litucll Athletic Club, Boston,
positioned to Nov, H.
There at o good prospects that some California
club will nlTcr a purse laige enough to Induce
Jac' Delatices'. now In San lTaucisco, and Wal
ter Halllgan to battle for it.
La Blanche, the Marine, will diortly star tlio
country with a boxing combination.
The Amei lean Football Tnlon opens the sea
son to-das. J ho Crescents play the New York
Athletics at Washington l'atk, Brooklsn, and
the Statett Island Athletic Club plays the Orango
tiam at Livingston, S. I.
Ames's resignation as captain of the I'rinco
ton football team has been accepted. The rea
son assigned is that the oulco handicapped his
Tho lO.'.pnnnd amateur boxing champion
ship tnken Place next Tnesdiy night at tho
iiuartcis of thu Scottish-American Club.
There will bo no match fivo-mlle race between
Tommy Conneff and Sidney 'I homas on Nov. ft,
as auuounced, owing to an injury to Conneffs
' . . .
Tho New York lllcycio Club will take a run to
Tarrytown to-morrow. The party expects to
Herbert Rhlpman should win the 100-yard
dash thin afternoon, at the games nt tho liner
sidu Athletic Club, unlc-s lo in handicapped out
of all reason. (1. Schwegler. J. C. Dovcrcaux
and A, J. Brady will bo among his competitors.
Tim annual Fall athletic games of Yale Uni
versity occur thin afternoon.
The Rutgers College Football team plays tho
University nf Pennsylvania eleven at Niw
Brunswick this alterunou. and the Lafayctto
boys next Thursday on thu name grounds.
Harry Wdltes's defeat by Bello Hamlin Is at
tributed by many to the fact that the great
trotter had not been given enough work, which
wan necossary, as he bad not been In the best
of foim. Oicrsetou thousand people witnessed
the great race yesterday, and while Harry
Wilkes had many friends among them. Belle
Hamlin was tho favorite in tho bet ing. llcoord
bieaklna, was nut expected, aud consequently
the lime of the two heap.-:.', ill), and :L1U4,
nas not a great disappointment.
Big Dark Nlggah. j-on's 'r fool!
Little Dark Do -o' call mo 'r fool ?
Big Dark-Hat's what 'r ted!
Little Dark-Yo' do?
Big Bark Iso call enny nlggah 'r fool what
acka like yo' do.
Little Dark Huh I Den -n" call enny nlg
gah V fool : Deli I can't coimidah tlat puisencl.
Trlnt by Jury.
tlrOM JsNr irVrliy.l
Toicman of tho Jury Judge. It wor pnrty
tough 'bout Hank llemper gcttin' shot while
tryin' to break Jad las' night, an' we'd like to ax
you somo advice.
The Judge Well, gentlemen, I am at your
Foreman Well, Judge, as he's now beyond tho
reach of tho law, hadn't wo b-tter pss a reso
lont exoneratin' him from boss atealin'7
The Judge Nonsense! Ho was caught with
the animal in baud!
Foreman Mcbhc. Judge but can't wo give
the Ii y a good send off 7
It Is unjust total the stomach with burdens that It
cannot bear. Many silly eope thus tyrannize that
faithful servitor until It rebels and punishes thsra as
they det-rte. Drspepjla Lusually the child ot giMro
uomlo fully , but whutl'er this or the natural associate of
Inherent feebleness from childhood, it is surely and
pleasantly remedied with llnsiTTin'a Stomach Hit
lElta. the linest and most h chty sanctioned ga.triu
tonic In eiisLu. As a res.tlt ot the tone Imparled In
the stomarli, alii tlio Inmate. 1 activity of its diffmtlva
and a mllatlve action, Insured by the persistent use ot
th s Lenbrn Invltfuraut, general stamina is luaniemed,
the nerves strengthened ami tramiuillied, and a mi
denoy to insoiiin a snd hypocbunrlliuU defeated,
lllliuubness, ehtl.s snd lover, rheumatism and kidney
troubles aro concurred by this adeiirsble medic. ns.
DYSPEPSIA IN IT'S W01IST FOUMS WILL
yield to the use or farter's Little Ndrfe l'llU.aldnl by
L'ar tor's Little Liver I'llls. llose.uneol each alter eating.
which si tmed rather strange. She bad. also, a
veil darkcoiupli ion; set. notwithstanding het
odd way ot dressing, and her name, Louise
Wutson, was ,trnugc to li.m. it seetuul to Hits'
at tiliitsai though lie had known her somewhere
The pair soon became gient tiictids.and it was
the iisiini thu g lor liny to accompany I otiise to
and trnni chin ch, pui tie- and themerrs'-uiukiligs
of the young peopli. Often, on cold mornings,
be wnild have his work to take In t to school tit
the great ohi-iashioi id sledge. They nein un
consciously be'comingdeaiei to fseh other e sery
llradually the tititb dawned uism tluy that he
was in hue a second time, and he determined to
know his lute a soon ns an opportunits pre
sented itself. This happened sooner than ho
expecte i, for that icry night tho old people
wiut to a i ml the cloning with one of tho neigh
bors, leaving the joung couple alone.
Louise bnsUd herseit with some fancy work,
and (Juy pretended to read, but waa reallr lo.t
in deep tnought, when, suddenly throwing
down tho caper, he came up to her. and. taking
both her bands, lie raid, "Louiie, I love you;
will you be my wife"" ,
, He read bis answer in her sweet, blushing
fare, long before the li'Ji-murmured "lej"
came to bta ears. . .
" But, James. I have a little story to tell you,
I I have loved lieforc: but oh! how unwotthy was
the object on which I beitowod a love almost
amounting to worship! I am not a poor conn
tiy school loader dependent on my bands for
niy daily bread, nor is the uamo which I now
I bear my real one. Juit oue year ago I w aa a i ery
DRUMMER WITTE'S TETa
"The Drnm-llejor nf the llrnmmcra" Is n
John O. Witte. of New York, tho noted
commercial traveller, who is known an tbo
" Drum-Major nf the Drummers, " says the
I'lulndelphin VVp.ss.htid his pet Fiuincl poep
'ng nut ol ills insido pockot, while ho showed
n tlnv turtle of tlio diamoud-1 nek family ton
delighteil .1 yenr.old toddler guest that Clerk
Lee Stetniunl lifted to a perch on tbo ofilco
counter at tho (llrnrd House Inst nicht'
Mr. Wllte is n heavy-set mau with n. brown
mustnclie nnd iniiicrlnl. nnd bears n reuinrk.
nble resemblnnce to Hop ler of 7'ticA'. Ho
is a man of iuiiiiio chrtincler. who has been
travelling in nil purls of tbo world for tho Inst
thiriy-clghtyenrs. Ho lias inuriieveiliivorSDel,.
0,u miles, mid issild to luxe boon iu mora
big cities of tho world than uuy other living
Ho hns brought at least ono curiosity or
relic from almost every phice ho bus visited
iu Europe, Asin, Alrlcn nnd Austiiilin, but
ho is host known iu nil tho cities of tills
country lor the t ny nuinial pois bo enrrics
around iu Ih pockets.
In a box in Ids vest pocket n perfect turtle
not larger than n hirkorv nut tunkes its home,
and in hit tout pockid iv pet snuirrol the size
nf n mouse, wuicli is nliuivs ehasing over lus
broint mill ahouldciri.
'1 he Mpurrel i- fnslcned to tho enit of n long
(old olmiu unit does ninny tricks. In Air.
Wi tin' cont-tnil pocket u doilble-horueil toad
travels nroiind tlio country.
t (Hi-1 os i:, 14
24 IN KUAIBEIC. 24
II V I'l'lt-lll-SMION OF IJI'KHN VICTOUIA.
Wards ot Hie I)n"iinion (lotenimeiit In their Ilirbarlo
Dances, ti'aylui tl.ir own Kudo Instruments aud
Civilized brass Inttruments
I1 NAVA4i: IIHAVKS. 12
ii iiiis.it.v in:t( Tin-. ii!
NKVEH O.N LXIIIlllTION UKI'OItli.
MACItl.n COM'IMtT M'NDA'
GAI TY MUSEE.
MONSTER BILL WF.CK OK OCT 14.
naniJMC Positively the last week of the grandest
UHrnltTl lllcsion ever seen.
A Mountain of Living rie.b I nifl r7
A Daughter o' linn ho W'tlghs UlU r I 1 B I
almost Mali a Ton I lirett Rcett I UIU LLILR I
MALCOLM, A HUMAN PINCUSHION.
IlItOM'IIOCIIAItl.Ii:, a Daring Oowboj, Bword
and Chain Hwallower.
JIS1I" i:i.AINi:, a Uueen among XVomen.nhos
Luiuriant Tre-ses Msssore 7 feet In length
OM A LCtTO ae loug as yonr body, entwined about
OIlAIVBO pretty Alma Donna Janatta.
The Fiji Cannibal and Her Daughters.
Prof. Campbell in new Punch endjniljr. Prof. Mor
gan in hplrltiiallstle l;ihinet heanrrs.ths Vaudeville
Conipanv toinprises l:dwsrd lisrence. Charles Clarke,
Ida May, Mabel Hart, Kdward I a-ker, C, J. Uorman,
Emll liroff Grafle.
SACRED CONCERTS OH JUNDAY.
BIJOU THKATIir. Iltoadwsy, near 30th st.
TO-M'IUIUJW (SUNDAY) MOItr
will commence a series of his srtlslla lectnres,
WITH MAIINIHUE.Nr II.I.UMilATIO.NS
laaen Irom new views by ltockwotst.
The subject for Similar tiljrht will bo
AND THE VVOKLD'H KAIH OF 1880. .
Rests ran Is secured In advance. Admission t!oo. and
f.Oi Reserved, .'50. and, IOiJ. eitra,
BIJOU filKATIlK. IIROAIIWAY, NKAItaOTHST.
Matinees Wednesday and Hsturdvr.
"THE OKEATKHf OK THEM ALL."
1 UK UOSTON
Howard Athensum Star Specialty Co.
Tin Cream of Ilurnpean anil American KnvHtles
Gl!rrr. -"c. HrierTetl, oUp., 7&o., 41,00, 4100.
"I'll to HERRMANN'S
SQUARE '," TIIANHATLANTIOUE
THEATRE. M1GHT- VAUDEVILLES.
All the rrnal trttttn t fery nrfonnncr
Neit Huti.Ur Kronlnx. Oct. KI. (illA.ND HAORKD
CONL'KllT bjr Ilrrrmaiiin' 'lntt!ntiqut Co.
TTII NTIlKETfHKATiU. 'On. 4JT1I AVE.
Xte MttlnmiR UrilnriUy and Baturtlaj.
"Th-y liked it mn tnuoli "
and inperb company. In Hnlirt H'lchanan'aromedr.
Oallery.'Jfic Iteserved. ;l."o , ."illii . 7.o . sjl.OU. Hi 0.
3d live., between (13d ami (I lib nt.
SHTII CIIAMI INIII'MTItlAI, K.YI1IUITION
OPEN 10 A. M. UNTIL 10 P.M.
ly.'iril ST AND TTH AVE.
OMCAR II A 1l.Vll-.Kh THIN. Nile I'roprlelor and Manager
Evening, at N. III. Hat.andWed Matinee t IMC
"l.ITTI.K Mllllt I'AUN'II.IIItOV."
TOtlMV HUSSKI.I, AND UY MASKKLL.
ORANDOHCIIhKTKALMUhlt 7 HOTlLLti. IU I'.SL
Monday. Oct, U, Annie fliley,
TJROADWAV THEATRF. iftflt. 4l8ThT.
I TO-NIIIIIT AT H.
FilANCIR WII.SIIN FAUKWKLL TMF nfll All
AND COMPANY .Mel 111' tl tl UULAill
l;t)VI.N IIOOT1I. .1I.MK. .tUIIMIlSKA.
Monday Oct. 14, H.als i.ow on sale
1874. m,Kl?,V'.,,'1,'i: "1889".
Ill ICON DUA.MATlr NIICIAI, IIO.N,
lolH-h-Llsl 1'AMUANV I1AI.1
SI'NIfAY KVKMMI, OCT. 13, 1S80.
Tickets, admitting tieul and Lady, Oil cents.
T7IFTH AVE THEATRE. Broadway and Srtth t.
' F.ve. atN Mat. Hat. at !.
TfpNnAT'A S0RAP 0F PAPER.
&. U ft lJiOet 17. 1M, ll)-"lli Iron Maet.r."
STANDARD THEATRE DIXEY.
Evenings st K Mstinee Halurdsy at '
MR HENRY E. DIXEY
In the kaleidoscopic representation entitled
THE SEVEN AI.ES.
TVIIJfri'ii KVEVI.NOS ATM
III1jII n. wi:i. ani st. hats.
lM,rf; ROGER LAHONTE,
Adapted by Aug. Daly and Holit. Uuchanau.
M ADISO.N 80UARK THEATRE 1(ITH WEEkT
Eveningsatrl :1U tisturdar Matinee at 'J.
M BOOTLES' BABY.
WEEKS KATh CLAX ION UIIAH A HIKVF.NH
Vl:H PARK I'UKAIIth llrnadttar anil lta si.'
i MATINEES Wl. Ii AND MAT.
DADDV '.'D MONTH
I UtJJJ IIKOIIIt liHr.Al' MUITESS,
I and FAY. 1IrKI...N"s 1'I.IU I'ATIH.V.
I YCEUM THEATRE 4TH AVE AND 'HID SlC
J rteglnsstH l.'i Matln-eMArURDAYat'.'.
i:. II. otiii:iin - l.mtll CIILMII.EV.
J-l. II. MIT1IMIN - '"" '""''''
LASTS! AtiO.N. inVIKNIIW ii EVh'lt
IIII'lltiT llTTI.KIir I Ol'ENDAY
41UAVE. tillTTl MM'IKS, AND KVEN1NO.
MHElltl THEATRE, Irving pi A lSthst -Tonight
Mllloiker's must laeonte opera Iteggsr Mudent.
Mjn. ete , by tiut.t, Streltmann, t.ypiy llarou.
wcaltliv NrwYoil. lie'lle, liaptiv, oil! so liapt.y!
I was liitrntlie'il to n uiuii lu a lianelsiime,
lifliatnl, 1 tlie'ii 1 ellPiO'l, Iiolilo anil ueMicious.
"(iuy Is-1 1 tnnii on a short slniotlim
ijieiliti(in, anil ilurine Ins Hbsenuo I.
mtli ft party of youtiK friiiuls, vii-
ileal an nlil (-'Vpsy rnrliino-tcllir. Hlie
picilirti'il tl.at 1 stiiiiibl loe mi toi tutu .anil, ill
coliseum niv. my loiei. I male very Unlit of
tin-; lint altir 1 I'aiim liotni' tin- vvnrils kept
rinitiui: m uti ears. Nteer iloulitini; liitu lor
an instant, just for n jest, I tlioUh'ht 1 vvoulil
list li's love a little."
All this tiine (luy stnoil before licr. white ami
tie'iiililinu; but, without loukins up, she
went on. . , .
"Much to tlio ilisKtist or my cooil uncle, I
circulated tlio le-port that my money, was all
Inn iu a failmv which hail ocounoil the day
lirtnrc. That nicht mv lover came, not,
a 1 cxpee'teel, to conitort anil console me;
lnit" hero her voice trcml) eil. ami her
lace ureiv iilntct " as soon as tho Erectiima
Were over, lio saiil, 'Nittic. you aie ilearer to
mo than life: yet aftet Una los of fortune. I
must cive you back your liberty if yotiivisb.lt.'
lit vras false! Tho words Lent rinsing In mr
cara my heart almost stopped boating but 1
manaced aomcboiv. to tell him that ho could
have hi liberty. Tho next tlitnu I knew. 1 waa
lying on tho sofa, in rny own toorn, with my
aunt bending over me. asking what was tho
matter. I told her the whole story, and the
nextidavdorartod to visit an aunt lividg at
Lynnvillc. 1 stayed with her about a mouth:
where bte-omiug tiled of doing nothing, except
to brood over my uufortuuato attachment, I
YOUNO MRS, BLAINE'S OIBLHOOH '$M
She llml n rirllllant social Hnceeaw la Daw 'XRI
Irolt four Yrrerg Ae. . TfB
Mrs. JamcR O. Hlnluo, jr., who nt thli writ- "Wm
ing is so ill, unyg tlio Epoch, had a brilliant JBm
aocinl ancceas in Detroit four yean ago. Her vOnM
mnrriaeo with " Jim " Dlnlne, as ho TfM sll
called, una moat unoxucctcil. It occurred 'SH
shortly nf ler Mica Kevins visited prombent -B
pcoi'lo in Detroit, whore n round of enter 'aSB
tnintnenU wero qivon in her houor, 1
She. never appeared lo better ndvntase JrtsB
tlinii tht'ti. Kvcry ono nd mired her tall, grace- Wfl
fill Ileum, her oxqitisito blonde beauty and her c3H
I perfect ircir taire. Her natural tenor jEstM
1 voter) created quito n sensation, "WB
When it vvns known that nbo bnd runaway ll
i with young Dlniuo universal svinnathywai !rfl
I felt for her, but tliopo who r.iw tho younp;
inm n your Inter declared him lobs soma- lm
terially improved that au ad itional snrpriau 'aSI
was in attire tor them whon tho separation !
was nnnouuecd. '-Zm9
A .llldnlwbt Accident. SKll
I from Ufinl. ralfl
"Kay, did you hear of Hmltlicrs'a accident t" mp
"Binithcis? Tlie clian who marriod a woman llkm
J whoso face would atop a Waterbury watch V 'SkB
"Yes. Ho nlwaya keeps a revolver under his Jhpm
! pillow, (lot up for a drink last night and waa JSafl
feel I net his way back to bed when he accidentally iMKM
I laid his hand on htsvvito's facn" 'Waal
1 "And she shot him: llorriblol" IBM
I "No. not llcr face r.pi allied hU wnitl" JSB
AM US K3IKNTS. '1
ACE MUSEUM, 1
Til STUKI.T. ' lil
bUNbu """s .9
WHALE OIL GUS 3
In i wonderful lectnrnt. with whfcling ImplimtnUof 1
IK jrfttfia whiUr, iftlRH
NollltAltf. who linndkii thvlarit anakMenextalbl- JmH
lion, Knnnard, lUttl.'unak tituidlfr, CApt, Thornton RKH
ltin Tim nlon . TatlooM IVop't. Nttid, the Loy WkW
Albino On the KHg l'alncv Hpotkltjr Corapnr Th RKi
Aaron, bailor htanlej, I'd Hlooom Or.nIdl llofo, JwH
Florftncn Hld. llt Wurwick, lUp . Qolnn, Ma iMMMi
llncktaitbam, O'Brien and Hnckle, Uraut and Mms. JHMM
i't M) I) '11' H) llf, H
GLOBE MUSEUM. JO
208 BOWERY. If
NURSE DONNELLY, I
Hafln rtcovered from the Mnrderotja AaaaaUof 'Jit
MRS. RAY HAMILTON, fg
Is now holding receptions In our Cnrlo Halt, ,hS
opkn utoji ii till lo. AOMtaaiow 10a, a
DOCKSTADER 3 Between '-MHiand2)thgtaL Sl
New York's only IChUdren's Matron To-day. 'JK
FAVOKITK ill.SBntBJ.H. I Every Evening athClST . Wt
W,NnsnRT,IKATnrt. Ilnwerr. near banal. wB
V T1II8 EVFNINI5 LAST PFUFOHUANOE OF
The l'tvo'lte Comedienne, isK
A.N Mi: 1'IXLCY IN ZAHA. Agt
Neit week "T be Bplqar and Fly .3M
PRflP.TnR' Vm HT. Evening & IB. ''M
rnuhiuna tIikatue. Bat.Mattoa -aS
LAST TWO UKhKM OF
THE GREAT METROPOLIt. Jfl
STAR THKATltE. LAST WE KK. 38
LAST HATS, lilronkin llowad'a Greatest Saoeesa. aim
WED. andSAT. I SHENANDOAH ii
Neit Weak Jenereon and tloreuce Comedy Co. jnHIl
KOSTER at IIAL'S CONCKUT I1A.LK SHVl
Appfsraace of the famod Japaneae IllaaloaUU, Vflfl
YANK HOE and OMENE. 'f
MATINKEH MONDAY. WEDNESDAY. 8ATUUDAT. 4Hfl
evk.8.15. ACADEMY. AT- jm
DK.NTlAN THO.iireiON, jA
THE OLD HOMESf EAD. MM
HH JACOBS' :)D AVE. TIIEATRK. ''SO
Matlnera Monday, Thuradar and Saturday. 'TlfPH
TkUE IRISH HEARTS. M
Oct 14-" A BUNCH OF KEYS." 13
TONY PASTOR'S THEATRE. JB
IIEILI.Y I THE I1ERT SHOW "Sim
and that money coald bring aerosa tba aaei laW
WOODS. I Huprrlor to anything In tb. city. JM
RAND OPERA HOUSE. KBLLAB S?;ii
Heserved seats Orchestra Cirole and ntconi 50a. ISAM
Wed. Arlat. K 1",1 ,1 . A I? TheSteena. W
Matinees. JV li U Jj . IV. Spanish Stndanta. Wtm
NEXT WEEK-1'rederlck Warde In the Mountebank. 8&IK
lAHINOr BROADWAY ANDUilTHST, .SKI'
aS;:(the drum-major. II
Admission, 50a. Seats reserved two weeks la advla.. daflf
nHEATRE I'OJHQUE, IMthst. nearHdav. Kll
X Eterr Night and Wednesday and Matnrday Matlaa. JmnMt
The eiorgeon. Nissctaeular Eztravaanxa AW
HI'IDEK AND KLY. , H
Keat Week the Grand Magician KELLAR.
H "o. MINER'S PEOPLE'S THEATRE, Mm
, A Decided Hltt tlreat Success! .VI
HENRY LEK. In fflffl
THE SUSPFOT. iWl?
Neit Week-JIM THE l'ENMAN. Wi
TJOalTlVELY LAST WEEK. l S
THE OREAT MINI) KADRR, llsl
AT DORIS'S 8TII AVE. MUSEUM. 4611
POSITIVELY LAST WEEK IN AMERICA OF Wfl
J. V. COI'FKK. II
Till; f-KHI.HTON lAlDR. Jlll
at DORla'S HAItLKM MUSEUM. fl
nilOOKLYN AMU8EMBNT& WM
V!. W. TILLOTSON'S MklUlY COMEDY COMFAlTt H
In the Screaming. Jollj and Llv.lr SlBI
Neit W.ek-FItANOIB WILSON In TUB OOLAH. m9m
TT IU JACOBS' HROOKLY'N THEATRE. " WV
f?ArT'KTMT7l In MONTE ORI8TO, JB. '-TBII
CORINNE I ciiab wuonm IB
Matinees Mondar, Wednesday and Satnrdar. IbbI
RRAUfl OPERA-HOUSE.r.1: If
UIIMnU Every Evening. Usual Matlnau. I
o&glM. THE BRIGANDS. II
r'dii'- AMPHlnN &x&z2k J
Madison Snuare Mill I II I U lis Theatre Company I si 3K
CAPTAIN SWIIT. 1 1
PROCTOR'S THEATRE, iSSnSl&. I
The I.'.iPerYorrnair. of HIS NATURAl. UFE. J
Neit week -ONE OI' THE BKAVFST. -
Mat. Wed. and sat. Telephone Bill WlUiamabnrsA,. M
T EI'. AVEACADEMY. WILLIAMSBUItO. I
1J This week Matinees Wednesday and Salurdaj. "
W A. .Mestaysr. Theresa Vaughn and Oompanjv, J
TtJLlilSTS in a l'ULLMAN OAR. ifj
Next week- r ruhman's Lvceam Theatre Co.. ThaWlna. -
HU.JAC'ons' T.YCIUMI TIIK ATUK. II
. Mat. Tiiei.. Thurs and Sat-Tblf week,
KenTiedy, VV illiams A Micee, "TIIIE WILLTSU
in Popular Prices .??Pl,lJ0,V1,'l WtUM
lUc.Neatweek.Oct.14. 'UndertheLaah'-a-lUO. ,
tlinnglit I vvotilel enmo to thia plac:. where I had w
spent so pleasant a Hummer the year betore. Oo, :)
ilisi!iusin niysulf as ynu now aeo mo. I pro. HH
cut il a situation a teae-lier. am; per2 '(!
she (.'lanct'tl tin. ''James, what ia tlie matter T
eiii Imik as tlieitiBli yon viero cnln to fainU" 'JbH
'i'eaiiim t'rt liis false board, he eiclalmodt C
' Ncttiei -ilear Nettle1, ilon't you Know me J H
With a 'cream, she fell fainting in hi anna, Sll
Ho lanl her Kentlyon the, nofa, and, calling ,M
tin- clrl. Slary. ho bailo her do all a ho could fpr MMM
Nittio, iihi.oliehaateni-.ltoMr. W liama. On
the wiiv home lie exnlainoei the little piece or a9H
actiiin entirely to tho satisfaction of the good, jM
n.il couiilo. Aa sooti a ho arrived at tlie house. SliM
liu iiastoned to Ills loom, ami. havinir thrown off .,
all illstfttlse'. hevvrtit Iwlnw to find Nettie, who 'tffliBl
niiwIooKcel thu same as when ho nrat kiiow her. SJH
tiliu ii as alone in tho parlor. . U
Ouy explained matters to her satisfaction. and: hum
they determined to be married tne next evening "SmM
at tho old tarm-liouse and return the following XM
day to New York. Ouy sent a telegram to her 'H
uncle, slatinc the time of their arrival. On jfl
Hearing the houso they were surprised tn see II ,H
brilliantlv liglited trom attioto basement, and, f
on entering, wore greeted by, jnanjr fr.enda. mmm
They were allowed to retire to their rooms onir 4H
long enough to remove their travelling snlt. AmW
In aa few words aa possible Nettle explained &
matters to her mint, who in turn explained them limm
to the company, so as to avoid any question! (
being asked of the young contile. j,. w !
They took a short tour t,o the rJottth. and lifter Wmm
their return settled in New ork, mnehwiser WmU
and better couplo for their one year's expeiieitos) JH
In actual labor. ,3mm