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HHsBlk jnanoc to the ohildben.
HHHHfe' It Ii hard that tbo children of this town
IHHHHti ahould hare to Buffer in tholr endenrors
LkSosHEsv' to get an education. The disgrace of not
LHttBaKtsV baring school enough for ttie little ones
HBEaiB . ' crying ahamo for New York City.
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HPnttS affecta tbe cbildren who are fortunate
IBSl 'flSssBl. enough to Ret admission to tbe ccbool-
Hk.'IK' houses and which ahould bo correoted at
HRrMB-S In order to ftToid Retting late tho chll.
EnnBab tlrcn frequently arriye at tbo acbool balf
ErsSIKw, "n hour or moro before it begins. Tbey
HPHsssKL ll'itl the gates closed, and thoy hare to
flBH&sssHr inger on tbe street till tbey nro openod.
HflHF Tills is already objectionable enough,
msamBt XrssH? r''"' Paren(s may well feel anxiety at tbe
HHBtlfgagamV ibought of yonng children tbiiH loitering
mmfltltSammBjL'- i.bout tbe streets. Hut whon tho weather
HHiHLv Is inclement the barm is much greater.
WIH&asssK Whon a child gets wet from rain and baa
LHEmB to stay for four or fivo hours in school
HSuR. after it its health may bo seriously im-
PBk This is no fancy sketch of an imaginary
HKYBHBKk' defect. It is an abuso which should bo
JH&flHBBLv remedied at once. The janitors may not
KRl' dare to open tbe doors and admit the
EbH? children to shelter bofore tbo appointed
Hb1K bonr, but the School Goinmissioners
HEptEf' , should autborizo them to do so.
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HK' Got, TIiXLhas givon Mr.l'onTzn a
HHHBRSjHHVfiu nhicb people will feel was richly de-
HIKHkV' 'tarred. The right to aslc certain quos
HO tiona was conferred on tho Census Ilnrcau
Ki by the GoTtrnmont. Got. Hill rcceiyod
HBgK, a letter in which nbout two hundred
H-Ktl questions wero propounded relative to
IKIU' Tho Governor has returned these quen.
IHnHn tiona unanswered, with a loiter to the
HR3Bm effect that be considered this categorical
HHmH!?. Inquiry unwarranted, and on that ground
IB. alone to bo resented. Moreover, tbo in.
KHflBf? formation songbt by tbo questions can be
mSBH) obtained from other sources than tho
IBIiIcLLkV Governor of the Btate, and Gov. lln.i.
EHHM did not feel justified in giving tbe timo
HH&HHHf ft and work which answering them would
HBviLa Tliis is dignified and right in the Gov.
BBOsaLHli? ernor, but it is something of a snub to
vjHl the Honorable Superintendent of the
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'THE WMS OF WUMrtN Filll).
Fadfl, Fanoics and Fashions That
Interest tho Gentler Seii
Novel lleroci nnil Heroines An As
sociation for Shortening tbe
Work Hour of HnrMnblj
l'tulii Shirts for Street
All the heroes In the hovel that women
nrltASts very tall and broad-slioMldcted,
while the betoiiic ate adrtictel to Insurious
fur tp and the very bad hslilt of nolng
to their roonia, tocxluir tlio dooi sml lliton.
Ins tliflr lithe forms on their bed in a per.
feci rirojrm of ftlef. 'Ilinir tear aio In
tarlaMy Imrtiinif.aiid when, later. tho faith
fill maid raps on the door ibe has a cup of
chocolate and a biicult.
A Weitern Rirl. graduate of Smith Ool
lege, who has beon employod sa a special
toaclierln an uptown boardiiiR-school. ad.
dteetcd her claaa, diltlnB tho first reclta
Hon, as "young women." The preceptress
was horrified. A reprimand followed and
the novice was threatened with dlsmiiial if
tho ofTomo wsre repeated.
Mothers, who are wUo enough to keep
their little children In the open air as muoh
as possible aro adopting tho cloth dress.
Make your atreot dress with a perfectly
plain skirt. and to have it fit aoross tbe front
and hips, cut live darts in tho nppsr part of
the gore. 1 bee must bo carefully sponged
and shrunk to lit closely and carefully
pressed in shape.
The Countess of ltoicbery has a special
department or her own In oucouraalug aud
fontorlnu tho nalo of the work of the womon
among the iligbland poor.
Lady Alexander Levlion-Oower, the only
daughter of the Dnke of Sutherland, has
become a probationer nurso at one of tbo
Mrs. YUlarl, tbe well-known novelist and
translator, Is an Engliihwomau, married
tn the wtll.kuown historian aud Heuator,
I'rof. l'aiqnalo Vlllarl, who Is at the bead of
the rioreutliio University. Helen Zlmmern,
writin of tbe literary lights of Florence,
Italy, sayst "Mrs. Vlllari's maiden name
was White. Her father was for aomo time
secretary to Gladitono and a leading Lib.
eral. Hbu herself msybe called tho leader
or Florentine UngUnh society. HJie must
work ery hard, for she prodncea many
original bookt, besides the trsnslationa of
ber husbsud's (treat hlstorlesi hut she
always seems as if alio had no other occupa
tion than to be kind and charming to all
her friends who llvo In Florence and to
make the time pats pleanantlr for thorn who
come from abroad. Her tlrst hnihaud was
also an Italian, and her Italian sympathies
are naturally deep aud warm. Her sweet
and gracious ways do much to ' hind F.tig.
land and Italy in ono golden chain,' as the
inscription over the Casa Quldl says of
A flve-mlnnte brushing every time tbe
toilet it made will give almost any head of
bair a luatro and tbe admirablo appearance
GllUedge cards, note-paper, menns and
the like are pronounced emblematic of, snob,
Now there are cat collara in trade made of
a braided pattern in blue beads for white
Angoras aud garnets for the graceful throats
of Tsbs aud Turns.
Tbe red, white and blue ring is by no
means at common at patriotic thiugs utnally
are. Thepuro ruby, the perfect diamond
and the tiery sapphire tef knife edge aver
age about J'.'do,
ELOPERS IN CONNECTICUT.
A Bartender Huna Away with n
Landlord's Pretty Wlfo.
liracui. to mr avrMisit woatn.1
DnoiiMjUAU, Couu., Pept. J.".'. IMwanl
Sullivan, a bartender at tleorge Hlmmotit't
taloun, liridgrport, sloped latt nlsht with
the young wife of Landlord ficorge Feck,
of the l'.ou Home. Mllford, and Club Houte,
Wctlville. New Haven.
lterk wai abient Ir tcveral daya and on
returning Miudar niuht ti Mtltord. found
tin. bniue tteaturr rmptr of 1.0U0 aud bis
Attei a romiiitation with the boarders, be
Itotirted Mieritt Ibadle), and he gat chate
tn I'n.t.n. where he found the cncple in
tie hnit) ot Ind I'crrini. aud atretted
thu moruing the eloper wsro held for
tr.al in J J0O on a cuari;u of adulury.
BIG DAY FOR DEMOCRATS
llrooklrn IJemocratt ar enthusiastic to
dar over tb nvw 'I boraae Jafferton building
which hat jutt hitu completed and which
will be dedicated to-morrow afternoon. It
is the permanent home of tbo Kings Connty
'the dedication csremonltt will begin at 3
o'clock in tbo afternoon and many well
known Jk-niocrati will be pteitnt. David
A. lloodr. FrttidcDl of lbs Thomas Jeffer
son Attocistlon. will turn tb building ovr
totliu Ueiuocralic General Committe aud
Chairman John I. Adam of tb laltsr
orgs&itttlon will aecept to gift
in opening addrett will be made by
I Jlayyr Ohapin. and Oov. llill will probably
apeak. Ki-Freldeut ClevtUnd, wbolaid tb
I cor&er-iion of the baildlng, will be present,
A , .; ..a- fe,. -AH. .aggJJB
JFOREIGH NEWS OF THE DAY.
Terribly DcBtructivo StormB Swoop
Over Fronoh Towns.
Ilnulleli Labor Stattstlci Qlren Out
by John Ilurnt.
tprnt.A catr v srrntAf-1
IUrtts, Bepl. aa-rrsnee was again 'visited
yetterdsy r violent storms.
'J'hey were sccomt'Siiled In many localities
by waterspouts and phenomenal electrical
Marseilles was Inundated and the streets
were turned into rivers, all goods In front of
shops being swetit away.
A woman and child were drowned in the
btsement of a home, while three persons
taken out of a kitchen on a ground floor,
only a few feet below the street, were found
to bo asphyxiated.
A tliiltiderbolt, falling tn a distillery, set
flro to two kegs of spirits of wine, cauting
Tb l'yntettant church was badly dam.
aged, lightning destroying an organ, while
a shower of hailstones btoke all tbe windows
In the stored edifice.
In the whole city there is scarcely a sky
light left mishattered.
Cyclones also swept over tbe Oepsrtments
of the (lard and Lozere, oarrylug away
many bridges over the Lot.
Alsls, the chief town of the former Do
psrtmcnt. on theflsrdon, a manufacturing
centre, forty.flto kllomolret trom Nimet, is
The stone facing of the railway embank
ment of tbo Alals lino was swept awar and
the rails torn up at Mallomnnt. where six
square miles aro under water, R00 tons of
grapes dtttroyad and many cattle drowned.
The peasants say that thoy have expe
rienced no storm of equal sovorlty in thirty
John Duma's Interostlncr English
fnv estitr Ti)issrnssw assort ition.I
Londok. flept. 22. In an address riellv.
erect by John Hums at llatlersea last evening
he said that the recent Labor Congress at
Liverpool passod the elght-hour resolution
br a majority of thirty-eight delegates, the
voters representing 1)04,000 out of a total
inoinberihlp In labor organizations of a
million and a balf. ,
lie alto said that OB percent, of the 2, 000
strikes In Great Britain last year had been
successful. Forty-five new unions regis
tered last year and eeventy-nvo this year.
Tho Count of Paris, tho Duke of Or
leans et al. Coming on tbo
nv rAnta to ravts kiwi AasnrtATtflf.t
Lokpom, Bent 28 Tbe Count of Farls
sails for New York on the White Star
steamer Oermanlo on Wednesday.
Tho Dnkc of Orleans, the Marquis Les
tyrla. and tho Count of Uanssonvllle aro
booked for passage on tho Dormanta, as Is
alto the Due d'Uzet, who is taken along to
keep him from hurting (len. llonlanger and
orratinv a greater scandal than any that
bare come to light yob
300 Houses Burned Down In a Bwlss
tnv cadlb To run xtwe assoniATtoif.t
TtERNr, BeDt 22. Three hundred houses
have been destroyed by fire in tho village of
ltutblin tbe Canton of Ht. Gael.
Ono person is said to have been burned to
At last accounts tho Are was still raging.
Agnes Robertson on Her Way to
mtnt.Ar casus nws spintAt.
Lnxnoy, Bept, 23. Agnes Ilobortton. tbo
first wife of Dion llnuoloanlt received a
cablegram from ber legal advlter in New
York a fow hours after Mr. llouclcault'a
death, nrslng ber to sail for that city with
In conseauence of this summons. Mrs,
llobertson made hurried preparations for
densrturo and succeeded lu catching the
Borv la at Quccnstown.
Lif DEAD IK THE TUNNEL.
Tho OorpBO of Lawyor Qoodbart's
MiBaing Son Found To-Day.
Morris (1. Cloodhsrt, the seventeen-year
old ton of Lawyer Morrlt (loodhart, of 4f
William alreet, wat found dead in the New
York Central Railroad tunnel at Ninety,
thud itrcet aud l'ark avenue this moruing.
'1 bete at a horrible gash on tbo right side
of his head.
Hit clinched hands were full of leaves and
twigs, at If he had gripped tbe buthea on tbe
tidei of tbo tunnel to keep bimtslf from
the boy lived with bit parentt at 1 148
Talk avenue, two blocks away from where
his body wss found.
He had not been horn alltnlght, having
been mused by hit mother at 7 o'clock last
When latt seen he wat in the company of
Mrs, Ooodbsrt spent all night in search
ing for the boy. She called on Albert
I'tilllips, tier husband's partner, Mr, (iool.
hart being on the ocean on tbe I. aim.
Mr. 1'hillipt reported tho lost of the boy
st the I'lglity-emht street strttnn-houae.
and later wi'tit to tbe Yurkille and Harlem
l'nlice Courts in search of him.
The youth Is supposed to have lallcn
over the railing iuto tbe tuutiel.
SUICIDE AFTER THREE TRIALS-
Ilelnrlch Posselll Bucooeda In Dying
Ilia Son's Welding Broke His
Helnrtch FosieilLthe baker who attempted
to kill his son Albstt at tb altar of Bu
l'strick't Church, Jsrsoy City, last wstk,
win! tba latter was bslug married to Miss
MtryTierney, shot himself lo-dty at 318
Esat Fortieth street, this city.
It wat In tb bout of a friend whtrs Pos
selll has teen secreted sine bis murderous
attempt upon ths life of his son that tb In.
furiated father ended bis life.
The old man violently oppoied his son's
marriage to Miss Tiarntr. beeaui of tbe
difference in thslr religious belief. Albert,
howevtr, renounced bit faith, Herman
i Lutheran andUcamea ltoruan Catholic. ..
lull latrly maddtutd tb f.dsr TosmIU
Iand nn th etsulug of th wedding be nr4
a revolver al bis sou lu tbt church,
.ho iniury was aeeonipllsntd. Afttr th
, sboolipg t'oasslll attempted twics to take hi
own life by sUootiua and once by Jumping
Id to th Hacktnsack Iliver.
Th third attempt to die, was suoeatsfol.
aud hit body now It at bl former bom.
36 Yal avenu. rTutBerito,
Tn iwmi to Motet daitaf txtbUf an trt
cn4b Motu.'sTaa ramus Coami. Si.
THE TRIAL OF ClllGMALL.
It Makes Woodstook a Oontro of
A Remarkable Crime and a Singu
larly Interesting Defendant,
IssTftAt. vo tw rTwt wint.n.l
WoonsTocg, Ont, Sopt. 23, The trial of
Ileginald lllrchall for tbe murder of Freder
ick C. llenwsll will tause to centra upon
this little town during the present week, a
vast and International interest.
The proceedings sre to be nnfkbtenot only
only on account of the Intensely remarkable
crime to which tbey relate, but also because
became of the great number of persons who
aio probably to testify and of tho great va
riety of evidence to be Introduce 1.
Tho interest in the case baa grown steadily
since poor Ilcnwell's tody was found In
the swsmpy woods, six miles from
this place, last February ! and so
marked has it becomo in this section
that even If the town hall, where tbo trial
begins to-day, were of seversl times Its
sctual capacity It could not accommodato
the throng of wonld.be spectators.
It has been wisely deolded. therefore, to
limit the attendance to those whoso presenco
Is, in one way or another, necessary.
The critno for which ilirchall Is to be tried
is one theciicnmstances ot which wcro sucn
as to easily fix them lu memory.
The chain of evidenco woikcd backward
from the rinding of llenwell's body, and
each link, as it turned up. fitted to tbe rest
so nicely, and seemed to bind Ilirchall s'
cloaelv, that not a few people were surprised
when It was flrtt announced that the pris
oner would nti'lertake an absolute detente.
An advertisement for a "farm student" in
Canada; llenwell's answer, acceptance of
terms: departure from Knalsnd and arrival
In America with the lllrchalls aud the young
man Polity, whowasonco tinder arrest nn
suspicion of a collection with the
crime : tbo Journey of tho party
to Niagara Falls; the trip to "look at the
farm," when llirchell and Denwell started
out together and the former returned alono
all these points aro strongly covered,
'then thoio are the witnesses a tlrand
Trnuk brakeman. the girl. Alice Hmtth. and
otbors-who have identillod lllrohell as the
tho man whom tbey saw with another man
who must have been llenwell, near the very
scene of the murder on the day when It
must have occurred.- ....
These are the important links which It Is
said mure thsn seventy witnesses will assist
in fattening together at the trial,
There is a question as tn the motive for
th murder, unless it can be shown that
Ilonwell was supposed to havo moro than the
costly wardrobe and tho small sum or money
which actually fornied.hlH possessions.
Aside from bis position as inch a pritoner,
Illrcliell Is Interesting as a gay and good
looking ynuug adventurer with a romance
for his handsome wlfo, a young English
woman who olopsd with him, has figured
prominently in the case.
On his part, two declarations have been
made: That he will provo an alibi; that
Ilonwell has beou seen alive slnco tbo alleged
Ills efforts to prove theso things will bo
Illllrchall was arraigned this morning, and
alter bis plea of not guiltt. his counsel an
nounced that ho was ready to go on with tho
Homo difficulty was expected in securing a
iury, but the box was filled in less than an
IN THE REALM OF SPORTS.
An International Billiard Matoh
Among tbe Possibilities.
George F. Rlosson Is as enthusiastic and
hopeful rogardlng billiards as he is skilful
In playing the game. Ever since last Juno
he has bad Hues ont for another big tourna
ment, to tako place this Winter. He thinks
the New York public Is ready to support
another meeting of tbe experts. Last
Bprlng's tournaments in this city and Chi
cago have served to stimulate Interest In the
Ono of tho facts brought to light in these
tournament! la that tbe latt ten years have
developed but ono player who maybe said to
be in tho lint rank. This player is Frank
Ives. He is now in his twenty-first year.
With this one exception tho honors of the
late tourneys were all taken by experts who
hae been before the publlo for years.
The Hnlton Host Club is to bo congratu
lated on the fine race which its barge crew
rowed against the Palisades Baturday. Their
victory i duo very largely tn the talthful
training aud practice which thoy did. They
trslned almost at rigorously as a colleira
crew, at leaat during the last two weeks
prior to the rsce.
Although the form shown by the crew was
not perfect, still the excellent condition of
the men enabled them to row with their
uttermost strength, maklnrr up In ponor
and endurance what they lacked In science.
Tho l'alisades, although vanquished, have
no reason to feel at all chagrined, 'lbey
pulled a very plucky race and In the mile-aud-a-half
were only beaten by tbo close
margin of a length and a quarter. Their
boat, too, was not so fast as that of the Mud
sunt. ltltsuoh contettsas this which serve to
intensify Interest In rowing and maintain
outhuaissm for tho sport-
The events to be contested at tho games of
theOrsnge Athletic Club Oct. 1ft. will be
too, 20 and 4 40 yard and half-mile rmia,
J'jo.rard hurdles and kicktmr the toolball.
It will he the initial tet of games uu thu new
The Yaruna Iloat Club not only contains
more than its full quota of expett oarsmen,
but alto nuinbera in Its ranks tome of the
most scientific boxers in the amateur raukt
For thu beuelltof the runners and Junipers
in tbe Club, aciuder path of the rlist quality
it contemplated. The track aud other ac
commodations used by the athletic oarsmen
are being outgrown, and it lookt as If fully
'lulpped athletic around and cluu-hoiiso
were among the probabilities forth future
of th Varunas.
Th Palisade lloat Club has filed Plans for
a new club-house in addition to Ua preoui
boat-house. 1 he new building will he erected
on tin ptoperly lately purchased by the club.
It Mill b niltd with tneIatstluipro.
luents. I irst.c.sti tennis grounds aud
ciudcr path will be amoug tbe acquisitions
The Canadian championship track aud
field meeting will take place next Haturday
aud tb New lork atbleiea will turnout in
number to attend it. 'Ibe Naw York ami
Manhattan athletic club will be as utual
very well repretrnted.
About twenty of the crack athletes from
both Clubs will compete, and it is believed
that a majority of tbe prizes will hud tbeir
way to this city
Tbe Koarny Hovers Football Team are
organized for tba season ami are ready to
ariange dates with all th tlrtt-cisai clubs,
lbtir rtrst gtmaon tbairuaw grouuda will
be playd next bsturday against the Cale
donians. . Tb recently organised Bank Clerk' Alb.
lttlo Association will clbrat election day
with a big crots-oonntry run. Tee raeru
txrshlp of th nw aitociatlon hit already!
attained tumcltntly larg proportion to i
warraut ths success of nsarly anything of
this kiudit may uudsrtake. i
Tb bowline bim organlxed bytheKtw
York Athlttio Club tor tb season is said to
contain ubamplonsbip material. Tb aim of
hi luii will b to walk off with tlrst prize
n tb Athlttla Bowling Lsatne,
Very Near It.
. IfVm Jftirftrf J
Lawyer HobU-Tb Fifth National baa
f tilt d and ! Un ylottmlid
Old Fobbs-IUtllyl Th news mutt have
. Lawyer Battle-He, tvu mot Bpt bat
I leal my baUaoei
NOTES OF THE STAGE WORLD.
Gossip Heard Hero and Thoro on
Coming Noveltlee of the Fall The
The first of the Beldl promenade concerts
at the Madison Siuare Oarden Amphithea
tre, Saturday night, was a distinct succeis.
Now Yorkers want such an entertainment,
for to many men and women comes a time
when a legitimate tboatrical performance
is a bore, and when something free aud easy,
' that csu be accepted without an effort, ap
peal'. And tbe Introduction of the "cool
h "drink on batunlay night had a great
deal to do with the general enjoyment, beldl
will probably be generous enough not to
mind peimltttug the cup that cheers to be
Just a littb) bit retpousiblo for tbe enjoy
Why that cup sis absent during the
Strauss concerts Is a question that could
hardly be tcryeattsfsctnrlly answered. Beer
and muslj must have some slight affinity.
The Dormans have linked them together for
sacs, and no people nnthlsearthunderstand
tho art of Intelligent, wholesome ammo
moot aa thoroughly as do the Otrmant The
I'tstBeidl concert with beer was merry and
charming. The programme was admirable,
and at tlirtot educational, especially In the
seoond part, whan Wotan's farewell and
maglo flro sceno from "Die Walkure" was
glvon. Of course.lt would be cruel to as.
soit that very fow people understood It, be
cauto the applause, was very enthusiastic.
Bo a fow doubts on tbo subject of the gen
eral understanding will sufflco. Other
features wero Liszt's grand polonalso No. 3;
Dclibes's ' ' Ballet Buttoi" tho 'Taunhausor "
overture, a gavotte by Oillott; ballet muslo
fmm "Lo Cld," byMaasouat; the overture
to "The Morry Wives or Windsor." by
Nicolat; and tlla over popular "Hungarian
Ilhapsody Ho. 3."
It Is rumored that W, J. Florence will star
all by himself next season, the partnership
with Josoph Jefferson being dissolved after
the coming tour,
Trifles have ovsrthrown nations. Miss
Blbyl Johnstone's costume in " The Clemen
ceau Caso " la an airy nothing that sho could
put in her pocket. Yet It has effected mar
vellous results. It Is said that the recolpts
at tho Htaudard Theatre on the second night
of the prodnction wero (300. On the sec
ond night of Miss Johnstone's appearanco
tbey noro tl.UOO.
Miss Iloslna Vokes, with ber husband and
company, left the city Saturday night by
special car for Niagara Falls. Rehearsals
will take place at the Falls, and will extend
ovor throe, days. Miss Yokes will open her
season at Lockport. a town cheerfully deslg.
nated as a "one-night stand." it Is tho
only "one-ulght stand" that Miss Vokes
will patronizo. Perhaps tbe "big cer
tainty " that sho was oflered proved to bo an
Jerome. K. Jerome the author of "the
Maistor of Woodbarrow," has written Man
ager Daniel Frohman to the effect that he
will not bo ablo to visit America for aome
time, as his wlfo Is very ill, lie is unable lor
that reason tocomo with her and disinclined
to como without ber.
David Murray, who was a member of the
compauy called upon to interpret "The
Bottom of theBea,"has been dismissed for
a reason that is certainly unique. Mr. Mur
ray and bis friends on Broadway have had a
great doal of fuu about it. ltissaidthst
the management was extremely angry be
canto tho actor positively declined to right
the octopus, whon supposed to be beneath
tho wave. Thero was no clause In his con
tract that called for puelllara with the octo
pus, so that bo probably bad right on bis
"The Princess of Erie" is the name of
the now play that Henry QnyCarieton has
written for the Lyceum Theatre Btook Com
pany. It is not yet known whither tbe sea
son will be opened with that play or with
"Tbo Iiller. " a comedy by lladdon Cham
bers, author of "Captain Hwirt." Mr.
Chambers Is eipectod in New lork very
soon, and he will rehearse the company In
"Tho Idler," whether that play open the
scaaon or not. Dramatlo authors at tho
present time attach a great deal of impor
tance to their work at rehearsals. A. W.
Pincro. tho ncll-known playwright, tart
that his play aro never tlnithcu until he
bat carefully rehearsed them.
Little Elsie Leslie at Beattte the other
night read the result of the census berore
tho curtain. Bhe acquitted herself very
cieditably.and was perfectly self-posicstfcd.
Miss Ada Deavet Is having a new play
written for her, and will, of course, star.
K, II. Botbern, If he had followed the
original desire of his father, would have
been an artist, lie was taught to sketch,
and won some gqhlen opluions for his work.
'Iheru area number of specimens of bis
work to be seen at tbe Lyceum Tbeatr.
Bald BothcriiV manager yesterday, with a
cheery consciousness of pun. "I don't re
eret Bothern'a ihoice. lie draws Just at
well where lie Is."
A nrlvsto view of the new Madlton Bquaro
Cardan Theatre on Saturday night revealed
one of the prettiest theatrat in toe metropo
lis a eritahlo gem. It it in th Lonla
XVI. style and It exquisitely decorated.
Tho drop curtain it a oopy by Henry lloyt
of llaldwlu'a painting, 'The. Park of Ver
sailles in the Time of Louis XVI." The
frame of tho nroscanium arch it very .hand,
some, and above It I a papisr-mache re pre
aeutatlon of 'The Angel of Fame." There
is a double stage. Tb theatre will be
opened next Saturday evening with "Dt,
flenorlta Otero arrived yesterday from
r.uropo, and waa met down the bay oy the
manager of tbe Eden Mutee. Bbe will begin
au eugagement at that bouse (Jet. 1,
x.Judge A.J. Dltteuhoefer, on behalf of
Miss Fannie Davenport, write to tay that
the actiesa did not ofter to Arthur Lotto and
Jean William, who are tuing ber for dam.
sues on the ground or au alleged libel, two
or threo hundred dollara apiece. Mr. Dlt
teuhoefer tart that to bia knowledge she haa
never ottered them one caut, btlievilig that
the actor's bad no claim upon her,
Ibe attractions at Ainberz this week will
U: Monday. " Das Bltd dt Slgiiorllls;"
Tuesday. Dcr Fall Cleuieticf an;" Wediieadiy,
I "Der .lueuial llarou;' Thursday, Dtr
I riodermiu.;" frldai. "Eiu Blitimadb"
aud, haturday "Der Bettelstudsnt."
CIGARS VS. COMMERCE.
Tobacco aa a Prominent Factor In
Tbo development of the American col.
onies, tbeir rapid growth in tbe century
precediug the American Revolution, aaya
I'rof, N. B.Slialer in .Scriino-'j, dependod
in a large measure on a botanical accident,
viz.: on the Introduction of tobacco into
tbe commerce of the world.
No contribution from thenewly-dUoov.
ered land baa ever been ao wtlcomed aa
this ao-called noxlou weed. No new
faith bat evtr travelled so fast and far
among; men aa the habit of amoklng.
In scare a century from tb first Intro,
ductiou of the plant In Europe its nsa
bad spread lo nearly balf ths peopUa of
tbe Old World. I
The eastern coaat of Anitrica, from the ,
Hudson southward to South Carolina, ia
peculiarly wall suited for th growth ot
th tobaoco plant, and tbe rapid cntenaion
of the British colonies in Anmlca, which
brought their population at tbe time of
the Revolution to a point where tby
Sambered, about one-alith part of th
ngltsh people, waa largely due to tb
commerce which rested xtpon the tue of
FUN LOVERS SMILE HERE.
A Collection of Wittioismu Cullod
in Humor's Field.
A Careful Walter.
Proprietor What do you mean by drink,
tng that coffee?
Waiter-1'ta only taatln'it. boss. It's fer
er gent wot Is mighty rertlckular about lis
coffee, an' I alius do it ter see if it is all
"What do you think of mypoemj"'
" Which one !"
"The 'Ode lo Assent.'"
"It's fine. The war yon rhyme Besant
with " pleasant' aud decent' ami 'decant'
shows that your muse it a very liberal
mmded young person."
Anything to Ee Rid. of Him.
( JTMns-y's WsiAfy. I
lie I wish this were tbe tge of chivalry
Uho It would be nice, wouldn't It T Yon
would then go away on long pilgrimages aud
crusades and be away ever so long.
An Old Saw Aptly Applied.
(Von l Jsstsllsrs' Wtiklf. I
Watchmaker The first time I cleaned your
watch it was lu a gold case; tbe next time In
a gold filled case, and now it'a in a silver
II.A.T1. D.tJppe-Yes, sir; "circumstances
alter oasts, " you know.
Tho Funoro.1 Waa Small,
om an ifxtlasffs. 1
Mrs. O'ltourke-Dld yez see Milliter
OTool's funeral, Mrs. Bafferty ?
Mrs. rufferty-Ol didn't,
Mrs. O'llourke Only three carriages)
Faith an' if 01 couldn't have a better funeral
nor that. Old ruthtr not die.
Careful of His Trousers.
Miss Cashier-You have dropped your
handksrohlef on the floor, Mr, Van Dude
Van Dndekin (preparing to gat on his
knees) I did tt with a purpose, dear Miss
Cashly er Edith, I love you: will you
be my wife:
Thospis l wonder did Banter have a suc
Thespls How do yon know?
Futetite He set up tbe cigars yestorrtsy
and had enough money in bis pocket to pay
Hard Up AU Around.
British Assisted Immigrant Beg pardon,
sir, but conldn't yon 'elp a poor feller as
hss Just come hover from Lunnon, sir?
Howell Gibbon (who hss spent a year's In.
como there in two months) Devilish expon.
sive nlace, London; I don't wonder you left
t, I went broke there myself this season.
Observing; tho Rulos.
Drowning Man Help I I am drowning '
Stranger (on bank, hastily divesting him
self of his clothes) Horrible I Can you
Drowning Mtn (rising to the surface, and
for the laat time Of cnurs! But don't you
tee that notice on the bridge: "Swimming
strictly forbidden here?"
A Wise Caterer.
Waiter A guest has ordered frogs' legs on
toast, and we have none left. What shall I
say to him?
Proprietor Tell him that we have some;
but that you wouldn't care to offer them to
him. That will give him the Impression
that yon wish to serve him well, and at tho
same time it wlllkespup the reputation of
mm Jfmusy's Wsst'y.l
Percy Forgive yon, darling? Why, it
waa all my fault t You're an angel and I am
a brntel And now, dearett, we can fix tbe
Arabella No, Percy, I couldn't marry yon
nowafter what yon have just said. You
st yon are not my equal.
Tb lsst picture pslnttd by Melssonlsr it
owned by a Pittsburg rtntltmsn, who paid
n, 000 for It. It la entitled "Oathencg
Th larsast two distill irle to the world sr in
Teorta, 111. Onsmes 7,000 and the other 0,600
busbtls of corn a day.
Prof. William It. Ilarpsr, who haa beta of.
fersd tb Presidency of ths nsw Cblcsro Cnl
vsrslty, ts only thirty-four yetre old, ror the
psst thrtt year ba has been profatsor of tb
Bemltlo laninaxes and Utsratur tn Yal Ool
left. Mr. E. D. I. N. tooth worth, tb popular nov
ellstof a rtntrttion ago, lWtt In Oeorgatown,
U. C, and thourh evnty ycara of ar still
writes. Most ot her literary work ts done la ths
orn sir on tb pitas a of her country borne,
Ptttaburgh is properly spelled with a finsl h.
or tbst ts lbs orthography cf tb cltya chstttr.
ATHLETES IN REP03i
T. W, Wtlksr ta ont of tbe promlntnt pdtt
titan of tb Futim Athletic Club. It It wtll
liked by bit comradM and it alwaja a "frank
F, M. Clut tt mora or lest ot in all-around
atblit. lilt particular malign, bosrstsr, It
bowline. He It so of tb crtck bowlers ot liar
leu and Frtsldtnt of tbt Pboemx Bowling Club.
Blcbard Ma&ro, who It dlttUgulabed for th
faithful manner In which bt ptrforiut bis ptrt
In a rtra. It ont of th plucklett and moat tnilur.
Uroaitmsalfi lb Danntlttt Bowinv Cub. II
la a member of tb Seventh Hultatnt. lit hit
tbt kntck of bowling down fine,
Oab" Hollander la a couloir man In tba
mils. 11 promise tu thow wtll at that dlstaac
in tb armory flints tbta Winter, II weuttht
color of lb Pattim Athlsllj Club.
rorltaaU-daybydey, Hood't gartapanlla taltt
It own atory and wine -lit way mor and mr
lata tb coaadtuc of tb people. Itttlkttor
liMlf In tb Krofnlou and linput blood mad
rkb and purs, In th rtlllf It gists from tb Itsb
log and burning of sail rbtum, In tb satisfac
tion at ratals ssprta4 by tb f ormr dyspep
tic, tn tbt bipplatss of thos cured of malaria
sad catarrh, ta Ik buoyancy of tptrtl and tb
good appetite aJoytd by tbot rtctnUy wttk,
tlr4 and mo down. It I by such rMulU a
tnea that Hood'e BarsapartU miktt It hosts of
fruad aad dad it own btt advtitltbxg.
loUrUrwrttU. UUtetaj. rtepand
ealy by O. I. HOOD at 00., LowtU. Mas.
I 100 UOesKS UNK 1JOLLAU
JROM THE WORLD OF LABOR,
Biker.' Union No. ,T4 will leet antw ieutltft
board on Spt !7t
Tb Union II.!. PtintnV UiMon htiehinttd ttt
tt.tlnit dtr t'om Tfirmday to Tueidtr
Tb bttttry ot F. O. Hlnnloi 471 D oott Attttn
nurUDi I liiad red and Fortr-ilxth it feet, U now
Tit weekly reeelpu of the WillUmebnrc FrMDri
Union M He meet tor held ye.terder amounted to
The Jerier fill? Framert' Union toiotred eoter
dej to join the umlUInc rrdee Conoeilotlladaon
Th Pttnteri Union of PaiMate CU htt teloed
tbonlnt'bourdty In allebotitnnder Itnjnrlidlctton,
A miH intinf of iUlinn.rr eoTlnrt hi bwrn
CftllM for to-morrow rnlof t 14!! Second
Machine Wood Workert1 Union No n8fMofred
yetterdej to Join the Hocitliate In thetr political
mptun, ihli Fall. ,
Th New Zealand Initial a for haa nt copies of
all i.itla be for it to etet) tafor oriranltation in tbe
colony, with a request lor rrltlelam,
Tho nine hour workday At fen houri pay haa
ln ftranted to tho uptolaterer at Hose Mar
The Brooklyn ArtMtretaral trort WorkrrUiiion
haemtde appMcutlon for aJmlalon to the Central
Labor Union of that city.
Tbo Brooklyn Central Labor Union admitted new
del-fttpe from Ciiarmkkrs' Union Vo. HW, and
from the Maehtne rr Mnuldera yettordar
rnrnitureWorkere Union No. 7 will elect dele
yatnt to Ibe Indtaniptili. contention or the Inter
national turnlttueVoikeri to-morrow or enlna.
ThoClothinC'Outtera ProtreisilTe Union renorta
that. In pteof thenpponltton of the K. oft, It
gained four new abop laat week.
A atrlke I In p rot mm a.! mt tho employment of
non-nnton men on tho bulldln of the Brooklyn
Furniture Company on 1 Katbarenun.
The Boot and Shoe Worker' Union ha no ono
hundred and ality member. Niotlatlormwlll. the
K. of I. have bn ontered into with a flew of
eettline; eilitlna: dinlcultief.
Printer laton ata now bolna? orsanltel In
Brooklyn to i toport thootitdMfiey of Judge Court
tie !r Ibe bhrleTaliy ot Klnfri Uutioty. He to
longs to the rraft hhnenlf,
Thorrletanceeof the Bnttonhnlo Mik-rft' Union
HjtlnM aereral oontraclora were reforro t yeafrday
to tbo UrleTaneo Commit, eeol tbe Central Labor
The Central Labor Foderathn prnoamnd a boy.
roll j cuter tar unnit the llrm of Mmuch Bros.,
action manuiaeturere, for reluamc to employ aulou
Bruce Wallace, editor of flit hr hro. the orcan
of the Tyoofnpblrfti Union ot (Ireat Britain, haa
mida arranieniente toa;le a series of lecturei In
this country on "lAbor'sHlffbts."
The Inaiifft'ral ehor d nner of the Man ter and
Journeymen Plumbers and (Untlttera Aaaocutton
of Brooklyn will tako plaue next Uaturaay at lon
nelly's Urove. Co Ilea Point.
M,Ionat haa t?n elected President of Branch
2ofBakera Union No :M No Union lab! will
bn irirea by the branch to boaset usIok tlslach
'Ht'ab' painters aro wuklnr at tho new bul'd
in on Hamburg atenu and Trout man atret
Brooklyn, and It I- probable that th other build
ing trades will atrlke tbe job.
Tbo .Hoa.a'ltte of the Rerenteenth Assembly Dis
trict wtll nominate a candidate for th Aaaambly
Haturday, Oit. a. at 4 OH Weat Korty-flret street.
Tho Brooklyn Garment Cutters' Union eniptalna
tVat one of Its members was comttolled tn loate
Wannamaksr A Brown's shop Lecau to bareluaeeto
join tbi K, of L.
Th Freaco-Palntrs Union will ha an evening
etitertalnraent on Oct. 16, atU'03 Kiat iftyalith
street. A the last regular mcetlsg three new
members were admitted.
.The Progresalto Painters' Union haa settled tte
differences with tho Varnlshera' Union, and will no
longer oppose their adraUaion to the different oen
The Carimen'a Untbn com pi a Ins that the oi
ganlmd workmen do nit properly aaafst them j they
should ask all cartmen when delltrrlng coal fur
tbeir union cards, wboaa color la rd at present.
Tho tiuitws of tho City Hcnpltal. of Intra. Italy,
have announced that henceforth members uflihor
organuetloaawlll not be treated at the hoapltal
Waltora Union No. 1 has appointed a aoeclat
committee with instructions to emend tbeeonsti
tutlon. Last week contracts with twenty-on pro
prietors of halls and restaurants were made tor the
Boe Baker Benner, l.rjH Meserote attrewt. Brook
lyn, has notified Halters' Unioo Nn. 31 that b will
keep union houre. while Boss Goldberg refuees tu
recognlie th union.
The municipal authorities or Milan, Italy, hate
threatened to take the Itconae from a saloon-Keeper
who proposed to place a sign OTerbla door inscribed i
"Dedicated to the sons of toil."
Tb Union Hill Framcrs' Union will fine any of
Its delegates to tho Local Kieutlre Board $1 for
failing to fake part In tb proceedings or that body.
Wait Haturday tba propialtlou of reducing the
hours of labor will b dieouaied.
The delegates of eereral trades unions of Benin,
who convened to organise a Central Lai or Union
In that city, bara ban arrested for political con
spiracy X also those who proposed to form a similar
organisation Jo th City of Magdeburg, pror lace of
lUlitVatlftn meeting of the Socialist Labor partr
of Kings Conn. this evening at th Brooklyn
Labor Lyceum, Profssaor Daniel Do Leon, Isaac
Bennett, A. Jonas, Y. Heubert, and the candidates
nominated, last week, are announced a speakers.
Cigar Packers' Union No. 31 admitted twelve
now members last weak. Two applications for per
mission tostrlk war granted. Members falling to
par their assessment for tbeBlngbamton striker
ibis weak will be suspended.
Philip flausar and William Pstt will represent
tba Millers and Millwrights' Union in the Building
tradet Couucll of tbe Central Labor Kederatioa,
Tba now officers aro K. Hell. Heeordlng Necretary,
O. Bohlenger. ( inanolal Secretary; K. tJueaee.
Traaaurer The Labor Bureau waa removed to 40
A theatrical banaflt will ba arranged by the
Brooklyn Central Labor Union for the striking
olgar-maksra of BInghamton. The secretary of tba
B O. L. U, baa alio been Instructed to ak Gov.
Hill to literfer In favor of the striken against tho
unjust discriminations on the part of Ibe Bing
II. Cjutntmeyer baa been nominated for thofflo
of corresponding saomaryof Bakers Union tio,
Wi. and Mr. Neundorf for trustaa. The delegates
to the Joint Kxocullve Board will ba nominated at
tba next regular meeting. Commlttete were ap
pointed yesterday to regulate roattere at the shops
of bosses Adler, EdeWtaln sod Kb ring,
John Meeban has been elected a member of the
FxeeutWe Committee of Kramer's Union No 1.
Brooklyn, In place of trank Kluth. Tba Kxaruina
tion Committee for the Admission of Candidatea la
at present compoand of Otto Olson, Frank Nrbte
wenaky and George Getneleco. Laat week t47.aM)
were received for due j.
Credentials for new dslecates war received by
the Central Labor federation yesterday trom tba
Hobert Fulton Association of Inn-MouIJajra, Carl
Hshm Club, Architectural IrontWorkars, Ala and
Porter Union No. 1 and tbe Amalgamated Bras
Workers. The delegates of the Carl hshm Club
were not admitted, aa there was an objection raised
to on of their numbar.
Tb only furrier shops where the nine-hour work
day haa not yet bee a introduced In this city are F.
Boost A lire, 44! Broadway O; A. Herpiok, H3
Mercer street) Millar Bros., A4 Mercer street i
Kara A kiasteln. A&5 Broadway t K. K, Baldwin,
hi) Msrcer street. Union turners aro not permitted
to work for these Arms.
Tba New York Framers Union withdraw Its
members yestsrday from the jobs of Boss Henry
Kohl. An Invitation to Join the Building 1 rides
Council ot tbe Central Labor Federation was lall
upon the table. Htrtkeewere ordered nn tbt jobs
ot Bosses Mssslang and KelUrle William Uob
Dert was elected toembarot the Finauca Commit
tee. Bbop Delegate IWideorelcb was withdrawn
trom tbe Lxccutlv Board.
One of ths principal questions tn be considered by
the Fifth Annual Congress of the rioctalUt Labor
Party of Italy will be whether to levy a per capita
tai or to raise vnluntsry contributions, as has been
done heretofore, to defray the eipenaee oi the party.
Another Imnortant proposition tu to made U that
the economlo movement be cbodut ted by theKiecu
tiva Committee, which so tar unfa had the manage
ment of the political luovemeut
Bakers' Union No 03 Is boycotting Boa Kubaer,
and Uoa Blaster will be boycotted if he does not
sand his men to the Union lo morrow A Commit
tee wis appointed yesteriisy with Instructions to
establish a laborburcau. Msaartt. Augeruteiu.VoU
and Brautlgaut were elect4 as a hoard of Man
ajTr. J, Auxenstein wss elcotad Vloe-Prssldent
and Wtlliaiu Hpionler. Cor tee oun ding IWrvtary.
It waa resolved to ov-oprat uh the boclallits In
their political action.
Branch ;i or the Upholsterers' Union has nine ne"
name upon it list 'lb Kt-niiiure Workers' and
Carvers' Unions will be reqi estd to asewt in or
ganii ng tbs up)uMerere at the abops of Hertsi
Broa.. uesl t'o and Pottlsr ! btymuewnore
lu to join tte Union At one shop a rstiartton of
tbe hour will bj demanded this week. Ybe upbol
eierers of(i &chsty k Co, end uf Uppenbalusr X
Co., who irotuied to jolo, hire nov yet'looeso
Henceforth tit Branch will meet every first and
third 'ibursdsy at 'l'J Last klevanth etre.
Theory and Practice
"rcn htft A VmIrA'i (7o4 jVsjtr 1
JHitrtsi-Mercyon me. what a kitchen 1
ETcrrpot, pau. and tlUU It dlrtr. tbe table
looks like a Junk abop, inj why it will take
too a waek to set thinci cleaned op! What
hattt yon betn 11011117
Hervanl-hnre. uium. tho yonnv lcddit
haa jmt Wen down here eliowiug me how
thay roait a potato at the cooking school.
A Case of Cancer,
tlVom JfraitVl H'ftltfy
Denerolcnt bnt Near-tichted Emplojer
Patrick, what' that under your coat?
Pat (who i working tbe growleri-Pm
aoirrr to ay ilia can, air.
Employer-Oreat beaveni, Patrick! Stop
work and go itiaight to the hoapltal.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
One Dollar Weekly
Rtllablt psrioot aa .bttla (.14 anil sllist
watcbM, llaiaoDds, J.w.lrr tad tllttnsat. bi psj.
lMnall taai down sod 1 wt.klli (Mdtdtlir.
tt4 lo tnipaitol th. UoHsd BUUti s.udiio.tal
aad mi will sill withssmal..; lUa.Ust.d ula-
MUTUAL WATCH CO.,
aOiUUOAUWAY, KW YOB.
TWO YOUNG MEN OF YONKERS
tub nr.UAnKAni.it aronr xot.i
nr xnwAttn oixoxKitAcn
AMt otoitoi: MOSVO.
IJoth of Ihtm Hufftrtd lelth Catarrh pi
7ar77iry Had Olrtn t7t AU ltept
of Orllinit Hftt Vntlt Ihey ITtnt I
ttoelor UttCoif nnd 1,'IWmiSM, nn
The) in i Thru Hurt tlttn Currdt
Edward 01nntiBh and O.or. Mondon bot
lis. al as Wmidwotih ais , Yonksrs. Mr, tllniim
baoh Wat1nmb.r and Mr Mondnn It a w.ar.i
Mr. Mon.lon linardt with Mr. Ulnisnbseh
moth.r, Th.rlolda rtnortsr a wonderlol slop
Mr. (Ilnssnbscti said: " I bsd catarrh for tw.t.
I.ar. Mf sImp was m dlsturbd thai I dldn
now what It was to hart a ood nlsht's rsst,all b.
cans. I louldn't brrslbt Uirouah m now. V
nos. was pinraad up. Ilrat thanks ol a lr
wo lid drop back In mj thrust, and I alwtra as
aucti a ternbl. lasts In ror mouth in th inornlnf
'Iroaldn'teatanythiur. I was so alek ft n
stomach. 1 had ptlna all over, aseeUUy In n
forheid mm my sites. I wss tntr muoh worrje.
at d was loania fta.li dally. I cot thinner day ly da
1 htd a la t rough. ,. Hotnetlina I woitut oiui
no lnrl I felt ae if the top of my hand wjuld f
off. and I waseortliry I cooll hardly etatiU op
was so short of hreath I couldn't walk last. M
ally 1 wentlo Dr McCoy and Mlldmnn. and th.
have enred m. The pains are all gone. I feel 111
a ii-' in m. lly noa is ckf now. and 1 ran bft
freelr. INomorw naaty ailmeln my mouth, and i
rouKh. In fact I am made all over new since lr
McCoy and Wlldmen took hold of me. lor I a
cored. Lots of po p'e know lamcured."
Mr ..Condon said tuat he had auffered with oatan
fnra itool many years-. o lontr lu I act, h sal
ththe dIJn't know jjcti
hut what ha may taJZaPlri
have been born with J&r&Jfc.
"It tronhlod me JHpaWEiPkaM
very mucfi." said Br lV
Mr. Mondon. "and ' ula
for two yar and a jB
half 1 went tn on Mfa nam n tSxexl
doctor, hut he didn't fcjH F? tS
do mo any sroofl. It ?ay )d ML
coat me aitoid deal X ViM
of monoy fi( thln i A J
tor and for mrd- . Aha- ,
clnee.and I kept tret- iaWnarV -J
t ma; worn. I had yaW fr
heavy heiriarhM and .K3.
a constant dropping
hack In mythtoelot gS
miieus that kentni Atm' sV .
kawktoir and spit- Vli- B.vii-tins-.
I was kpt tsJAts i ?
awake a good df si at SHf, ATCTi
night and I had no rCBFeWfiBjj lf5n
Atipetlta. My tlOfO "MJr - S
was stopped up com- .Tr .,Cawr
E lately and full of
Ig lump. of mucus. (U'.ORUK MONDON.
I bad given up
all bouM ot being cured, whan one day I went
Dra. McCoy and Wild in an. I had no other hop
when I went to thorn of getting better Well, t
tlrnt day I was antler the tiettment of Dm. McC
and M'ilitmtn 1 felt better, and 1 kept getting tit
ter day br day. I am well satisfied and pleased wl
the result of their treatment. I don't hare tho
headaches and my noaa U not stopped up any mor
and I am nut hawking and spitting all the tiro
A) re, McCoy ami Wlldmau havw done ma a gre
eal of good. If anybody want particular th
can call nn me any evening 1 fey are welooma."
Dra. McCoy and WIMman fiirnl-h all medictn
free, and their charges for treatment are so roast
able that tbey are witbln the reach of all.
McCOY and WILDMAN
5 EAHT 42D HT., NBIV YORK 01T1
ITr.rOraud C.otral D.pot i
nROADWAY.Cor. 14TII MT..N.Y.OIT1
Uomestio S.wInf'Msohla. Ualtdlntl
18T MONTAtSUi; NT., HltOOKL. Y.W,
Opposite Acadtmrof Ma. Is,
srh.r. alt ourahl. dls.ai. i ar. tr.at.d with .no...
SpMlaltlt40atarrh. til firos) ai 1 onsit d
Mm, slIn.rTou.dlitsi.i. ohroal. dl..si.
It raa llr. at a dlttaaot writ tat srapU
Addrass all mIH- 1 "st ?1 11.
omcho.rt-ll toll A. .. 'I tt 4 r. M.. 7ti
r.M. dsllj. rtandars.Ots 11 A. M.and 3li 4 P.t
Hail to the Chief.
Tb secret ol mjr popularity Is that
while comfort linll. ma chief, jet I
am Me special far.rlte of tbie to
wham perlectlan of ntyle. ittultesi
form and elejrant srorltmnn.hlp are
equally ladlapentable. J am th.
matchless Hunan Hue.
HANAN & SON,
SOT nnOADWAY, cor. FnltoaiU
SnTK II'WAY. bet. Ueade and lla.ne.l
J 203 II11DA1I WAV. cor. alHu. N. f,
3U3FL'I,TOM MT., HROOKI.TNt
Oppo.lle t'lIT flail.
laIIII,AURI.l'IIIA, HOSTtlN. (JIIICAQ
ANI 3I1I-U AUKliK. .
SPOILED HIS FISHING.
A Rescuer Punishes a Boy Aft
Savins HU Life.
An oM mau with a crcat deal o( air
bat anil perseverance ua fishing fron
whor( near the foot of Fourteenth tn
a ilay or two ago when a boy came aio
and asked tbe usual uee.tiou about luc
aaya the Potrolt J'rtn.
"Nun yer blznessl" crowlea the c
rcau, " You jost oauter richt awny In
hern! I uoTer B'l t down to Qth 11
somebody ilou't come nloui; to spile I
Tbo boy uioted off a few feet anil Uau
Bcainst a tliubor lowiHtleaalick. und
wmn't (he minutes lefore aome careli
aollnn on his lurt laniltd him iu the nai
with a preat aplash. lie bun-; to a p
and yelled, anil the old man uot a lo
atick and pulled bim upi but the Isd b
only reached the wuart m ben he waa tak
liv the collar nud a foot cominouced
play nn bim. and th old man shooUai
"Taketbataud that and that) Th
was a I ass weighing oer twenty posn
last oneninc his niontb to awallow i
book and you akeerl tba life out of hi
Take .hat-and mt nud skip-and ta
that . and now there cornea an infernal i
atca'iilnmt, and I'll lick tb captain
biut a luuc. "
lie Must Rave lloon Desperate.
1V.SS T4. JllMfS. I
A. -I heard the strangest exowiiion i
"A Chleajto man wlthlnff that halloa
'1 knw that Chlcaao a a rclde J
came almost Intolertbli at tlmtt.tulluti
uilusd that It yer uot as bad as thai,
-; ;; "' SgM! j--t 'jajjis s