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1 . THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER ft I, 1892. 5 lUTl
III THEMES NEXT WEEK.
plays, Now and Old, to Be Been
at Various Amusement Halls.
First Production of "Deception,"
,vltb Baroness Blanc m the Star,
A torsion of Alexandre Dumas's "Demi.
Monde," entitled " Deception." will to acted
tt tbc Flttli Aveuuc Theatre Monday, 'llio
C1st will bo beaded by Mrs. Wane, anj "ill
Include Uyron DouxUs, Lawrcnco Canttey,
Mnton Ayrc, W. 11. McClcnoln, E. 11. Burke,
jim Ida Waterman, SHss Ida Van siclcn,
lira. Vincent and Hiss AngolliiB llelL Tiio
playUsaidtohavo been translated by M l
jlitttc SUorldan and adapted by Mrs. nunc.
It has already been prcsonted In lluiralo,
'Itisbuig and Cincinnati.
The New south," an American play, by
CiayM. Orecno and Joseph Urlsmcr, will bo
Ktn at the llroadway Theatro Jlonday night.
jo-cph n. Grlsmer and .Miss rhocbo Davis,
tiro California favorites, will be the stars,
tad they will bo aided by Scott Cooper, clins.
UaiUy, Kalherlne Urcy, Bello llucklln,
Harry Davonport, Mario Iteno, Frank Lander,
Holbrook Bllnn, James A. Ilerno and Ben
Kjiton. To-morrow nhjnt Col. Injcrsoll will
deliver bis new lecture, "l'rogress," at this
TheIlanlons'"Xew Superha" has made a
Wt at tho Fourteenth Strtet Theatre, but lis
engagement at that houso Is for two weeks
g only- The pantonine makes an excellent
s fcollday entertainment, and children during
, tbe past weekhavo nocked to wo It. It Is
. laid that the "New Suporna" may bo seen
I t a llroadway tbeatro In May.
j The l'owerol Gold" will bo acted at tho
i, Grand Opera-Uouso Monday by William
, Humphrey, Lloyd Melville, f. Aug. Anderson,
Frank Blair, c. J. Vincent, F. U. Moulton,
, Idgar Forrest, Edward Ames, II. a. .Mason,
u 11. c. Hudson, D. T. Bolst, C. H. bloane, Amelia
, Bingham. CIivo Oliver, Annie sblmllo and
r Vary Lytton.
I.a Clgalo " Is doing very nicely at tho
r Garden Theatro with Lillian liusscll, Hayden
(.olllo, and William T. carletnn In tho lead-
n lug roles. The opera vv 111 bo bung ror a fow
t weeks longer, its buccessor will bo Gilbert
i. and collier's Joint cfTcrt known as "Tim
Mountebanks." 'lnls has not i et teen heard
In New York. It Is In dally rehearsal.
Hilnrlch Conrled's Imported opera enm-
pau) has made a big success at the Ainncrg
'iheatrc. and the "otanuiug Houra onlj" sign
I bus been displayed at every Deriorinance.
. "Dcr vogelhaondlcr" will be retained as the
' attraction during the coming week. Tho
i opera Is delightfully sung, and New Yorkers i
d Viliocuardltas "ibe Tyioleau" will scarcely
recognfe It. j
It is a long tlmo slnco Harngan has had I
u such a success at bis theatre as tun present
revival of "Tho Mulligan Guards' Ball."
Mart llanley says that seats have teen bold
weeks a bead. " Tho Mulligan Guards' Ball "
Is certainly one of llarrlgan's best plays, its
I ttory la tunny, Its music is tuneiul audits
, nit has no weak spot.
' Ilallen and llari win bring their latest
c farce comedy Tho Idea," to ilatumerstelti'i
i liarlem opera-Uouse next week. The cast
, 111 Include the comedians themselves, Molllo
" I tiller, Alloc carle, jolin McWadc. Al Wilson,
1'annie Moodgood, Carrie Demur ana the
i Nichols sisters. There are plenty ul special-
, ties In "Tho Idea."
"The scout" will hold tho stago of Ham.
c inersteln's Columbus Theatre next week. In
t the cast will be Dr. Frank Carer, bluux and
l'awnco Indians, wan lorn Irom the tribe of
Mttlog Bull, Mexican-, scouts, rough rlricri
and old Indian lighters. "The hcout"lsa
good picture uf vivid estern lite. H did very
veil at Nlblo's and tho Grand opcra-Housc.
Amelia Glover bas Introduced a new sceno
Into" A Society Fad" at ha Iiljou Theatre,
uit It Is very pretty. Miss (Hover danced
irrueciully and easily, and ber efforts do it
treat ueul lor "A Hucleiy Fad." M.mngcr
John II. Hussell Is expected back from Kuropo
Ian. 5, and It Is hinted that hu will bring
eome novelties vvltti him ror this lureu
Mile. Vlolcttl, a chanteuse excentrlqux
Irom the Folios Bergeres In I'arls, will make
her Unit appearance In this country nc.t
week at Hosier Dial's concert hull. Marl
ticlll, a contortionist irom thoNouveau cirque
in Paris, will also be seen. A blou edition or
Offenbach's "iirpbeus" ana "The Miller's
Daughter," by Leo Lie lines, will he heard.
"Americans Abroad" remains at t lie Ly
ceum Theatie, with the excellent Ljceum
nock company In the cast. Tho fate or this
play In other bands would have bcenverj
uinercnt to its pi esent reception, for pardon
is decidedly not at bis best In Americans
Abroad." Tbc I.jeeuin has had largu audi
ences during the past week.
"Ails'.ocracy " has but a lew weeks moro
to run ar. Palmer's Tbcatic, 'J'be coming
I week will be the eighth of lib engagement at
ihls houc. It will ba succeeded by Mr.
Taliuer'a slock company. "Aristocracy" has i
teen much discussed, uud this was piobaoly
what Bronson Howard Intended. Dlicutslou
means money In the box-onice.
"The Masked BMP" celcDratcd Its ono hun
dredth perlormauco at the Standard Thea'.re
lust Wednesday night. John Drew's engage
ment at Ibis houso ends In threo necks. It
has already been much longer than Mi. Froli
man thought It would lie "The Mucked
Lall" was looked upon with suspicion at
tirst. It came out Motor.
At the J'eople s Theatro " F.lght Bells " will
be next week's attraction. 'J ho Ujrne
I Urothirb, who are exceeuiniiiy clever, will
I head the company, which will a ho include
1 Mard Lee, J. U. Lellrusse, Daisy Manwood,
Helen Byrne, Mollle bheiwooj, Ebiurr Ward
and Bessie Turner. T be (Juaker City Quartet
will slug and J- C. Metier HI give Imitations.
Mrs. Minna Gale-llaynes will appear as
lto3alnd, In "As You Llko It," at the Star
Theatre next week. Lben I'lympton will bo
Orlando; M lines Levlck, Jaques; Zcflle Til
bury, Aubrey : John Malone, Oliver: Owen
lawcett, Touchstone: Arthur Lewis, Le Beau;
Mary Shaw, cella j Charles Barron, tho bn
Ished duke, and George A. Carter, Duke
Clever little Bessie ciaj ton will return tn
thuJIadlson Square Theatre next week and
appear In "A Trip to Chinatown." Harry
lonor and Geraldlne McCauu will add new
erses to their songs, and at the matinee
Monday bonbons will be served to tho ladles
between tho acts. "ATripto Chluatowu"
Is certainly incessant.
Tho Henry Burlesque company will bo seon
at tho Imperial Music Hall nextces In
this organization ate Matthews and Bulger,
Mile. Texurkansas, Will West, tho Do West
Bitters and Cooko and Clinton. Other artist
iis?aeiSd,fsSitoiWwr'Mis s'u'iur auj
Kin00l",T"1.,(',"aln nothor Vvcekjtt
wado one of the blta oi tho play, she is very
fh u Ji ??fe?? '3,v,r)r wnsatlonal, and
J.H,i V h Nlblo audiences appear to v, ant.
ot "affivorUJ? "'" t0 'luw " tt rouval
w'i'n"rtln.ft.m "cM" "WW Da tna play-ht tho
l .. nd,or,JH?alrc nc.;,t wtck- hM already
tr. K' ,?1 a b""!0" ol Metropolitan thca
iJSt', UJ. "?. I'oi'i'arlty does not seem to
v?n... n n JJuwson nppcnra as the hem and
l1',ll"l' as I ho heroine. The cscnpo
irom Llbbv Prison Is a very thrilling arfalr.
riMiniJrl.nc-M. ""'Boiouki. the Itus-lan
violinist, Is doing ery well at tho Kden
JJ ?Sf "S1"1 fr ihose who require more than
music, tho management nnnouiKo tho Inter
SJin!iJ' lh.at8ll "'splays it inrtunem
diamonds." Gulbal and Grcilde, Mile, hellka,
at nils nous Hungarlau liandicmaln
mn',??i,.rVDC'l"s Mef," i tloluz an cnor
moiis business at the t'asluo. XI. Marlus
Is shortly to make his appearanco In the cast,
P.Hrl1 .. ca3t ." apparently in secondary con
slderatlon Mllh tho audience. Mln Mario
leuipest Is In excellent voire and complete
good humor. Tho gotd humor Is worth
noting. It is not un inv.irl.itilo Ciaracterlstlc
ot tn prima donna.
" 'l'lw ci ut of society " will enter upon tlm
Mcond and last week ut Us nngazement at
the Union Mquoro Theatre, Monday night.
Jhe play is ucll acted and It holds tho at
tention from beginning io end. Miss Carrie
Turner, as tho heartless adventuiiss, Mis.
hastlakc chapel, dees tome good work, bho
has tho " star "pnru
Miss Marlon Manola will introduce tomo
new songs into "it I Were You"ntHcrr
maiin's Theatro next week, audit is to be
"OJ.'cd that they mil bo moro leccnl than
"iwlckenham 1-erry." Herbert Archer v. ill .
aPPear In tho cast. Tho play Is still pre-1
ceded by "l he Army surgeon," thoono-uct
comedy by Stanislaus st angc.
Mllo. Faciuerette. an icceuirlc Fronch com
cdlcuue, Is on board l.a G.iscogne and mil
appear at Tony Pastor's Theatre as soon as
that veselm rives, on tho programme next
week Kill bo Vesta Victoria. Bonnlo Thorn
tun, J. W. kelly, Lester and Wilson. I.I7I0
and lulo Daly, O'Brien and ltcddlng. the
Nawn. tho F.uiery histcr.t aud I'ror. Sher
man's caprine uarado.
"Cruisleen Lawn" will be tho play at II.
It. Jacobs' Theatro next week. It Is one of
tho lew Irish dramas in which tho red coat
and black bottle aio n t important factois."
Many bpeclaltles Hi tho nay of Fongs and
dances ar introduced Into "Cruiskeen
Lawn." In thu third act an Irish descriptive
bong Is Illustrated by dissolving views.
1'ho BlacK CrouK"bas attracted tho at
tention of the holiday crowds, aud tho
Academy ot Music has held verv big audi
ences during tho past week. The ballets niu
(is bright and bandbomo is ever. The cos
tumes still look Iresh and glittering. This
rcilvalhas already been running lor neaily
live mouths, it Mill probably last thraugh
Tho transparent man. Count Orlorr, will re
main at Wt rib's Museum during thu coming
week, lie Isiortalnly a ery peculiar cica.
lure, so thin that his blood can be seen court
Ing through lu.s veins. Go lircy, called "tho
mystery." Hill be seen heictortlio first time.
V. Felix, an eccentric dancer; La Bond and
Kans and tred J. Bacon, will Lu other at.
The I Ivo A'b will glvo an entertainment at
tho star Theutre to-morrow nlirht. ut wulcb
Jules Lovy, Marlon Manola, J. W. Kelly,
Grace Golden, Lloyd Wilson, stj. Ml
rhellnn, (Jtieenle Vassir and a number ot
others naio promised to appear. The pro
gramme will bo a long and a very Interest
The sparrlug monkos Bella Carter, tho
young woman with a horse's mane growing
irom her neck, iind Frank Colton, tho clown,
with his 1 erformlng denkcys, will bo In tho
curio hnlls of liuber's Museum uext week.
" Tho Two Orphans" will be acted by tho
dramatic company connected with this house.
Thero will also bo a vaudeville performance.
At thu Manhattan Opera-llouso "Tho lslo
of champaguo " may still be seen and heard.
The monotony ot me engagement Is varied
by tho bickering of Thomas o.. seabrooke and
Manager Hammersteln. T ho comic opera 13
doing very well Indeed. It Is gorgeously
staged. Mr. scabrooke's work Is exceedingly
The County Fair" rrmalns at Proctor's
Tweuty-thlrd street Theatre, with eil llur-gc-s
as tho r,ualnt, vociferous and kind
hearted spinster, known to a select circle of
Irleuds and admirers as Aunt Abigail True,
or New England. Mr. Burgess's character
sketch Is a very entertaining one, and It is,
moreover, a true one.
At the l'arkTTieatro next week a vaudeville
performanco will bo glen by Weber aud
Fields, Haines and Vldn.'n. the Brant Bro
thers, tho threo 1'owt rs and Miss Tessle Pow
ers. Driiinmond and stahley, Maud Until,
lllchmoiid aud Gienroy, Johnnie Carroll, 11
tnmlc singer; Albuitus and luitram and
Whiting and Sheppard.
llllam (jueen will appear at Doris's Eighth
Avenue Museum next week In hts " sulcldo
Act by Hanging." Sass Doris: "William Queen
hangs himself nine times a day. Hangs hlm
seir ou ask. Yes, hangs hlmscll, and tho
doctors are still piuzllng oer the iroblcm,
bow tt Is he doesn't hang blinseir -lor keens;'
111 other words, bliauglu himself to death."
A Guen After Columbus Stamps
Columbus postage stamps, consisting ot
lirtecn different valus, will be placed on sale
to-morrow. They aro designed from paintings
of scenes In tho life of Cclurnbiis. and will bo
Issued only during l SH3. T he stamps are nbiut
in lco as largu as these now in use. They w ero
suggested by Assistant Postmaster Gnyler.
of this city. Among tho amplications mado
for a set. or these stamps was one through tho
Dutch consul by tho nine-year-old Queen of
Somefifng1 to look out for
tho fraudulent imitations, dilu
tions, and substitute.:) that are
sold as Dr. Pierct.'s ryratiiue
medicines, at less than tho re
To protect tho public from
fraud and decoptiou, tbeso yen.
tiinu (rimrajifeeit raouicinca are
now sold only through drug-
.Ji gists regttuirfy authorized us
UHjai agents, and altmya nt these
fnKftiS longstnbllshed prices:
TtttSBr Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
qr Discovery ( for the liver, blood
and lumjs), $1.00. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription (for wo-
f man's wcatacssce, irregularities
and ailtnenti,), jl.tXi. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pelleta (for
the liver, stomach and bowe!h
23 cants a vial. '" '
But thev cost you nothinti,
if thay ilon't help jou, Thty'ro
jruarmireec to benefit or cure,
or Iho money is returned.
They're the cheapest medicines
you can buy, for 10:1 pay only
for the good ;ou Oft but
tbev'it tho be.f, too, or thoy
couldn't be. sold on such terms.
SAVED BY THE PIE.
Jts Value as a Healing Agent Graphi
1 When the Pederul Geu. Grierson made
Ji's famous cavalry raid through Mississ
ippi tho women of tho Stato were speech
less with indignation at tho ruthless in-..-iO!i
of tiioir sacred soil. Isot a tear
was shod as tho Itomau matrons buckled
mi tho armor of tho homo guards old,
fray. haired " majors " and " colonels "
who had muttered with flintlocks, aud
younc hoys just iu their leens.
All who could " bear arms" went pour
mg f 01 lh with impetuous speed and
swiftly formed iu tho ranis of war. Tho
invaders were besot front, llauk aud rear
I'.v an undisciplinod but portiuacioiiu foe.
'Iho wily General's march was oxeouted
in doux temps, to nvoid the harassing
enemy which he dared not halt aud dis
perse. Many bluocoats from tho invad
ing column wero picked off by tho way
Mrlo nnd every ftrnjslor was cobbled up
lo .hu ubiquitous horns guards. They
sent tho wounded Yankees to the nearest
A number wero taKcu lo Columbus,
whero 11 Couftdeinte hospital had bceii
established under tho supervision of the
.Soldiers' Aid Society. Tho Society was
composed of tho women of Columbus,
who bad organized at tho beginning ot
tho wnr. The hospital wns full of sick
and wuuuded Confederates, but tho ladies
mado room lor t'ao "hated VauKcss" as 11
To icliove tho crowded hospital a dozen
Confederates were removed to the house
of a dear old lady, who mado them com- j
fortablo on cots in her parlors. Tins dear
old lady had threo sons in tho army.
Her husband wns 011 duly vilili tho
Her Carriage horses worn in the artillery
service, aud 11 pair of plantation mu'ts
pulled hor carriage, ,
SPORTING NEWS AND NOTES.
Bill to Legalize Smoll-Qlovo Fin
ish Contests on tho Tapis. .
Coney Island A. C. Will Probably
Oppose tho Scheme.
when tho solonsof ths stale get pretty
cointortaoly settled lu their legislative seats
at Albany next week a bill will bo quietly
sprung on tho Asscmbl inch, putting the
statnpof legal sanction on small-glovo box
ing contests to a ilnish lo Now York City.
If the till is diplomatically handled, passes
both branches! tho Legislature and tluds n
place In tho statutes, it will not bo necessary
icr promoters, ot athletics to Journey In t'io
late and ft osty hours of the night to sonic
bam i?) In tho suburls to have a t kin-glove
uffnir conducted without police lutcrrcicncc.
As tho bill was outlined yestcrJaj tt prac
tically gives tree telu 10 about cicn thin; in '
tho Hiiu oi llstlanu, and the poPco will bo
purzlcd to know whcie Loiln. contests leuo
on and prlc-llghtlug begins.
Tim D. sulllvan oDcied such a bill last
Winter, and It went through tbc Assembly
but was hung up In the Senate. The Inc
presslblo ' Dry Dollar" Is credited with tho
Intention ot presenting thu bill at this session,
and now that our Legislature is safely Demo
oiatlcln boih branches Muro appears lobe
no good political reason w hy tho boxing bill
shouldn't rattle through tho legislative hop
per in blltbcsoua fashion. j
And, Incidentally, it may be mentioned that
a new athletic club, which Is believed t bo
pretty well organized and to bo equipped
with a line, big club-bouso In tho upper part
of the city, near the terminus ot tho "I."
road on tho west side, Is especially interested
in tho new bill to bo Bpiung In Albany.
A number of substantial politicians, whose
" say so " goes a great way w 1th tho Assem
blymen, have tho wclfaro or the now club
close at heart, and even lnflucnco that can
bo legitimately biought to bear will givotbo
I new bill a decided Impetus lu its entry Into
I iho Assembly.
I ot couise, the coney Island Athletic Club
1 managers do not prupo-o to rest on their oars
and serenely allow the bill lu become a law 1
I It they can In any honoia'jlu way prevent tt. I
1 "Judge Newton will undoubtedly -klp up
tn Albany next week, and he Is sufilclently
1 orgus-ojtd to know a thing or two about leg
islation, lie Is not anxious to seo n new- club
lormed In this clt), with capital suniclent
to offer wime of thnso purses with
, the altltudluutis figures that lmvu
so dazzled fighters and lovers or ring sports
of late. The nips o' nights lo the Mand In
inldw inter and nasty weather, with exnspcr
atlugdelios lu sinning aw.iy Mom the bleak
shores, aro not lelWied by Iho sports, u ml
tftcy would hill with glsdsoinoaccllci Iho
opening of a placu which could be brought so
close to their doors as Lighth aveuuuand a
Hundred and Futy.umpth street, tor In
stance. Boston has scoured the annual champion
ship competitions of the National Amateur
Skating Association for lsiill, and ihcyvvlll
bo held on Spy Pond In Arlington or on
Jamaica Fond during iho nrst week in
,100 Donoghuc'.s dctcimlnatlon to become a
frolesslonal, albeit ho has as yet been uuablo
0 get on a race with any of iho professional
flyers, puts him out of tho amateur ranks,
and he will not figure In the February con
tests unless bo falls to arrango a prolessloual
contest br that tunc.
Bomo ot the entries are Howard I'. Moshcr.
of Isewburg, who pushed Jof r-retty bard Inst
sear: Jim Donoghue, Joe's brother: Klmer
Simpson, Carroll and Gordon, or Canada : and
J. V. Bacon and Moses Ituoensteln, tho latter
tw 0 being fancy llguro skaters.
A $500 purse bas been offered by a Boston
patron of field sports tor a racquet match be
tween Tom I'ettlit, Instructor of tennis and
racquet or the Hoiton Athletic Association,
and George Maudlng, tho -Now York Itacquct
Club's Instructor. Negotiations aro In prog
ress now, and It the match bo arranged it
will be played at the Huston A. A. or the New
York Itacquot club's courts, In thlscltj.
peter Mahcr, thodeleated Dublin pugilist,
will go to Hot Springs In a few days to take a
protracted course at tho baths. Physlrally,
Peter Is lu bad tli.vpe. and It will require a
whole lot of stcsmtng to lotch bun around In
Iiroper form. Aud when ho gets there, per
laps ho will glvo a better account ot himself.
In the Intercollegiate Chess Tournotncnt
yesterday Uyices (Columbla);defcated Wilson
(Harvard); lluinsiead (alej forced L'wlng
1 d'rluceton) 10 resign; Dickey (Princeton) tell
beforn SKlnner(Yale) and Ballou (Harvard)
deleatcd Llbalro (Columbia). Tbo score tn.
, day Is: Columbia, won 0. lot2; Yale, won I,
'lost 4: Harvard, won :ij. lost 414: Princeton,
won SJIJ. lost &Vfr ltymes (Columnla) has tho
best individual record, winning lour btralght
Alex. Grcggalns Is awaiting a cable reply
from n'ed I'rltchard to his offer to meet
l'rltchard lu this country for the largest
puise. Alee is trying to Induco tho coney
Island people to hoist a tempting bundle ot
money, but Judgo Nowton wltu visions of
that all night ho-round light that "Buff"
costello nnd Alec put up some time ago shyly
says: "Nay nay, Alexis."
Benjamin Crosby, Yale '03 and right end of
tho 'no football team, died In this city yester
day of typhoid fever.
The entry list Is tilling rapidly In the an
nual boxing and wrestling lor the nma'.eur
championship ot the United Stales. They
will bo held nexl Thursday and Saturday In
Col. Jacob ISupncit, Jr.. received fl,(,00
worth or dog Mesh on ihn steamer Gollleo
Vesterday irom Kngland. They are all purely
bred at. Bernards.
The Normantila Club, of Minneapolis, has
$1,000 (.11 deposit toairaiit,o a match be
iwecn Noising, the Nriwegun champion on
his way here, auo Joe Donoghue.
. '. WcCaj)rev. Nonadajs Ills pounds
might im accepted as llgut weight, but
strictly speaking the limit is 1U5 pounds.
Her spinning wheels nnd looms weie
ninuufiiituiiuB Piay jeans, aud even while
sho slept her ilugirs moved, as wheu
nwalio slid knitted socks for the soldiers.
Daily sho drovo to the hospital and
went through the wards, followed by her
negro womnu benrmg a basket of home
in ulo dainties, which sho dinpeused to
the bick. With Christian charity bho ex
tended her miuistrntions to tho Yankee
ward. Sho could uotlovo them: they hint
iuvnitcd her homo nud shed tLo blood of
her kinsmen but sliuccu 1111 eiuru gwuii
for evil " II icquired, however, no snuill
efiort on her iut lo divide with tho
Client's kick the dainties so hard to get
in thu blockaded Kouth. Sho did so bo
cause it wasn duty, but htr heart was uot
iu tho work.
Thero was ono of Gricrsou's soldicis
snticelv-umaiuu .vents who lav on his
cot iu tho delirium of fever. The l.it.dly
black face uf the nurse who bathed his
head was strange t hint j but ho smiled
feeblv when ho looked into the gentlu
face of tho dual old lady who btut ovir
him, and ho called her "inulhcr."
At that moment tho heart of the dear
old lady surrendered nud she tool, that
Vniikco boy for her own.
Never wns invalid mote tenderly
nursed, and novcr hung life 011 a moro
blonder lliroad. Sho watched him from
' day to day and administered with tireless
: huud mtdiciue nud liquid food. Ho
FROM THE YVOHLD QF LADOR.
'I he annual ball nt the Wood-Carvers' Ass,s
clation will take placa in Clarendon Hall Jun. ,
Kx-Master Workman James K. Qulnu, ot 1).
A. 411, K. uf I., has opened a rial vslntu ofneo
Hi Jersey city.
Ninth annual ball ul Eccentric Association
ot Engineers' No. 1 nt tho Dceum opera. !
House this evening. I
Confectioners' I ulon .No. 7 had IwcntJ-two
memtcrs out 01 employment last vutk;
seven found work Jbiuugu the Labor Bureau. ,
An evening school icr arehltectui.U draw
Inland mathematics has been established
by thoCarpciitcis' Union al Kransvllle, Ind. ,
Moic firms have grunted the deniauds of
the Denver lulloi, and llio strlkeis claim
that the 1 cmalnlng houses will bo cuinclled
10 Join t ho procession.
Itogrr Mngulrn has been ic-rlec:ed Presi
dent by 1 he First Division or tho Labours' ,
liuon Imtectlvc society, also Secretary;
Whcnllii unions have carried Into couit
case ugalnst a pottery firm by whom non
union mtnwcio imported 10 icplaco n num.
Herman Cantlnswlll icpretcnt the (.leas,
l'oiielaln and Decoratlvo ralnters' t'nlon si
lliu annunl convention of iho Glass l'alnteiV
N.uional t'nlon or America.
Mnc firms have now granted,! he reduced
iwotkdjy tn thu strlLtnj li.nl glazier-. v.c;
tcrdny tho I'nlted sinlncd Glas cunipjuj,
Lnlverslly place, hoar Tenth stteet. gave in.
since ths. tho clgar-Makcis' Inti'iTUtlnnal
I nluu bas luci east d the MugrHof Itiinembeis
nnaveragonr vu percent, and lowered their
hours or work also about ao per cent.
Louis Wanciira, delegate of the ProgrcsMv 0
Musical Union to the New Yhik Labor con
blliutlonal conlerencc, has been ueiepted as
caudldale ror n lo.ltton of pulroliuan In tho
Tho Melbourne lostnuranl cooks, who work
, from fourteen In eighteen boms per da), atu
petitioning Parliament ugulusl labur agents
charging employees moro than tl.': fur
. each place procured bv them.
I I.. 1- Osborne has been circled Chalrnuu
aud F. J. Kusleiim.icher secielno ot the
Hall Committee ot Tiiographlcal I ntnn No.
tk Last week 3.1 cards weie uepoltcd wlih
Scrrelnry Ferguson and Hi cards bavu Iceu
l.ong.-horemeii's I'nloii No. I has elected :
Wlllliim Melveima, President; 1'. mil oil,
Mce-1'resldoiit; II. Haves, Kecordlng seen
tary;J. Gladuian, hlnuiielal tecrolary ; .1.
Dillon, Treastuer ; A. Illgglus, Sergeaut.at
Arms. Klchard Mnoro and Georgo Nutt will rep
rcsoni Urlcklayeis' I'ntnn No. ;i at thu Con
vention or tho lnleinuilon.il Mnsons and
llrlckla) era' I.'nloii. Thudelegatis or 1 nlon
No. :i7 aru Josoph lllgglns and Patilck.l.
Tho new constitution ot ibe Journeymen
' Bakers und Cnureclluners' Inlcmallonal
1 Union will go Into effect nexl Monday; ulso
iho new system ot book-keeping. At thu
1 general onice, i.'ilu.4,' weio leeelved last
I At tho annual meeting of tho concord
I Printing Company tho following were elecud
ofllccrs: A. J. Pierce. I'lesldriil; J. N. linger!,
Secietary-Trensuier; A. l'eltch, s. ui-miinc-
1 ion, 1 Meanher. Mlts Maiy Andrew-, W. II.
, Hull"), Diiectois; D. J. tlawkes, Husluets
Tho state Federation ol Labor of Indiana Is
'pushing a bill lor thu establishment mil
lluaid ol conciliation between capllnllsts
, and 1 1 borer i. '1 let Idea or asking ror a board
of arbitration wlih power to eniorce decisions
has been abandoned as Impracticable.
Bakers' I nlon, No. ri nominated lor Presi
dent, G. Helch and G. Tcpporvlen; ror Vice-I're-ldent,
11. MltlelhoUer; for Kecordlng
Secretary. C. HolTmanii; lor Financial socre
, tary, M. W'oit; ror Corresponding secretary,
G.schwagei; tor Treasurer, A. lloirmanu. Thu
election Is to lako place Jan. s.
John Nelnztg nud C. Schwartz have been
elected as a special Agitation Corumlitee by
Bakeis' Union No. 1. Voluntary contribu
tions have been called tor 10 assist unem
ployed members. Now,oniccrs will bo elected
Textllo Workers' Union No. R hss elected
A. Lang, Piesldeut; 11. Laudgraf, Vlcc-1're.-l-dent
; H. Schubach. Kecordlng secretary ; T.
I.udwlg, corresponding Secretary: II. Schu
bert, l inanclal Secretary; A. Ulbrlch, Treas
uier: A. Wagner, Trustee; A. Wlttlger, L".
Vclter, I. Dunn, 11. Laudgraf, C. Slelumaun,
Nominees for onicers of BrlcUlajcrs' Union
No. 4 are: For l'foMdeul, T. 1. iulnn; lor
Vice-1'resldont. M. Dowd and A. llulso; lor
Kecordlng secretary, D. Zleglcr; for Corre
sponding Sccrelao, M. B. Sneeucy; lor
I inanclal Secreurj, W. It. btewarl; for
'.treasurer, J. Allen : ror Scigeant-nt Arms, J.
sluvlii. Theclectlouls to take placu next
The first manifesto ever published bv tuo
Worklngmcu's lnlernatlonal Association,
fouuded by Carl Marx aud Fredeilc1. hngels,
was an address to Abraham Lincoln, congrat
ulating him upon tho sicps 1m bod taken
towards emancipating the chattel slaves In
thu United states.
Brewers' Union No. Oi) his complained to
the BrookOn cr.ntrnl Labor Federation that
Dorsclieck A" Hciuibuckol, although they ic
lused togiant union conditions 10 the men
working lutbMr hrewirv, represent to cus.
tomeis ihst they are selling union beer. Tbo
caso was releired 10 the Arbltiatlon com
Daniel Do Leon, Hugo Vegt. l.uclen Sanlal,
II. Gljn. H. Metaih und A. Waldlnger wero
' nominated yesterday by tho New lork sec
tion or the socialist Labor pari) tor delegates
to the New York Constitutional convcnilou
InlHiKl. ItuaolphMoacst, George Hcrber,'.
G. Abulson. II. G'unin, C. l'rauz aud It. Chilt
topher wero nominated tor Alternates. G.
Uc-rbtelu was elected stcretnry.
The olllcers elected bv Bricklayers' Union
No. 37 me J. McAleauy, President ; J. M.
Williams, Vltt-1'rcsiaent; 11. McPennoit,
'Treasurer; J. Dstley, Beiordlng secretary;
II. B) rnes, Financial secietary; 1'. J. Klna
lej, corresponding Secretary ; c. Collins and
C. Magulie. Ssigeanis-at-Arms ; 11. T. tnnd
ford. Deputy ; .1. ( lirford, Alternate beput) ;
W. P. Hanlon, Delegate lo the ccnteiente;
J. Burke and F. llerfernan. members or the
ExecutU'i Biard ; P. K. Law lor nnd r. Mulli
gan, Trustees; J. J. Kgan, Walking Delegate.
Theodoro Blrk, General .secrcrary of tho
Hotel ana Kestaurnnl Walters' Natloual Alli
ance, has Issued a circular lcltcr to the local
alliances. In which ho sajs that the pi egress
mado by the organization this ear moro
than satlsned his expectation. Tho Alliance
Increased Irom II to :.'u branches. The
annual convention will take placu at Chicago
uextMav. Amendments in the constitution
must be submitted at least rive weeks beloio
" The so-called union mau who, lu an un
derhanded manner, casts Insinuations on thu
honesty of other people, needs walchlug.
The lionet man aoes not cast suspicion on
others, bin tho rogun is always blowing his
own tiumpetand irajglngor hlsown hon
ety and ver body else s dishonesty. Wnlrh
thepeisnii who Is tun only wlillo stoop In
the riock In his own estimation, tor you will
general!) tlndavtolf beneath a sheep scloth
lug." Mullatitt Mttiault.
VERY MUCH RUM DOWH.
Or, How time, Obeao, tho Topular
Fronk Wns Combollod to Cbangra
tVe. Sri I
- - ' "
IV. ' "
1 Hor Appetite Was Delicate Enoucrh.
I Thero Is a class of supernned young lad
says Vonih'n vumpanion, It common report
Is to bo trusted, who think It a mark ot supe
rior cultivation to have small and dainty up.
pc tiles. A Pennsylvania exchange has heaia
1 " Do you thluk you could cat a bit of tho
turkey:" said a gentleman lo his cousin, a
young woman from the city.
1 "Why, jes; but Just a small pleie, please,'
1 He started to trim en a delicate morsel and
asked: "Is thero any part you especially
I "Oh, no, I am not particular,'' and she
looked demurely at her kniroand tork. "JU3t
give me u wing and a leg and a tow slices off
, the breast, with a portion of tho gizzard and
, a. spoonful of die3-lnc. I can icach the vege
ball n( thn 1 tn Simlcrt Allocation at Ttm.
uiaitr HJ! tu-iiiiiniMv ulgnt.
PerfoiiiiAiiLeof ' Tuo Parreii'," In aid of tha
HAbi..' Mii.,lLr. ul tho Lftrklay Liceum uail
j Suin; irnu. an I a 1 Iip by Cleveland II. Drdr
'at Ataoclatlmi HiM. 1 wenty-lhlrU atrMt and
1 iiiirttl a.iiiiie, .'1 1. t tii-ntorrj t.
Antiual ilintifr 'f ilo.nl' In Alntnsl Afo?lallon.
ot New Yurk, at til. Huffman Hujaa Jal. ll.
Nn V Voik HWtnrLal Suctaly mAellnr. Secnud
a.eaue and CUvetittl atreol.uctt lutal'ar wenlnK,
SHI, IIKsllATI.I) A MOMLNT AMI THK.N f.ANT HIM A SflO.ND Sl.ll K.
lingered days and wf ckb, his brain clouded
with fever faucies nii'l tho flesh (.hitiukeu
upon his bone j. I
LM.f . . - ..
One morning them wns aglosmof in.
I tclligeneo iu his imlo blue eyes as he
! looked up at the kind, earnest fare of the
HIS GRUESOME ROOMMATE.
Tho Travollor'a Btory of nn Adven
ttiro with a Corpse,
"I had a strange experience in Ciu
elni.ntl lunt week," said A. A. Mattiu to a
St. Lunis '7i''tf..AmKTi7i mnu.
"I tot into tho tovvu late one nicht
nud found alt tho hotels lull!' I had been
iu tli.it condition for a touplo of ilnvs
in) self and I wauled a bed, and wauled
it ba.l. went prowling nionnd tho city
looking for lodgings, but without sue.
cess, l'itinllv tho keeper of a combination
siiluou nnd boarding-house told me he had
n vacant bod. but it was in n double
loom. Tho other bed was occupied.
Would I Inkelhiit?
"'Well.' said I. 'I'll not troublo my
roommate if I'm let alone."
"'Oh, you'll not have any lioubtenu
that ccote,' said the landlord, nud he
grinned llko it Noith Carolina 'possum.
" Hu showed mo to llio room and cuvo
me ii piece cif caudle about an inch long.
My roommate was evidently sound asleep.
I lo was covered only bv a shunt, which
wns dmwu up over his face.
"'ibe night was pretty thai p. and 1
said to myself : 'That lunatic will trecr.o
boforo morning. ' A heavy quilt luy across
the foot of his bed, niul 1 suggested to
him lio propriety of making use or it.
Ho did uot nuivver nud I spoke a littlu
louder. Still no reply.
"I supoted the teliow had gono to bed
with n jag ou nud docided to play good
nugcl for his benefit. I took up tho quilt
and coveted him niecely, but iu doing sn
inadvertently dragged tha sheet off his
face. '1 he lellow vvns dend and bad evi
dently been so for sumo hours. Tho
landlord was right my roommate would
not iulerfcre with me.
"1 went dovruttairs to mako a gill
edge kick, but tho landlord had shut up
shop aud gono to bed. I didn't know
where to Unit him, nnil ns I didn't fancy
sitting up all night I decided to roturn to
my room and retire.
" A 1 opened the door the caudle
sputtered itself out, aud (hero I was iu
a strange room al midnight in utter dark
miss and iu company with a dontl man to
whom 1 had nuver been introduced.
" I piled into bed without waiting to
don a robe do ehambro nud lay thero
hhhoriug with cold huiI fear. Yes, sir, I
was beared. I don't know why, but I
was. The wiud rose and svvnyed aud
crenkod tho signs. A cold rain bugnn to
full, aud my imagination look the bit iu
its mouth nud ran nwav with mo.
" 1 had been alarmingly uear tho
monkeys and was sobering up ou soltrer
anil was ns nervous ns n country girl
about to commit matrimony.
" While Hay there iinagiuiuc unuttor.
ablo things, tbore cauiu n sudden crash.
I started up in bed. nnd what wn my hdr
ror lo seo that corpse lying on tha tlocr.
The glimmer of a street lamp camo
'li rough tho grimy class and shone on tho
body, wlnln all tho rest of the room was iu
That bcttled me. 1 serennietl like a
lunatic. A big German policeman camo
upstairs, broke open tho door, stumbled
over the corpse, and clubbed it a few
times before he sufBcjenlly recovered
from his fright t o know vv hat ho was doing.
Then he got alight and found that tho
bed on which it had been laid had broken
down. I had enough rest for ono night.
I dressed, went down to tho hotel, hugged
a hot stove and drank hot Scotch till
DOG AND SNAKE FIGHT.
Ezcltltifr Combat tn Which the
Canine Was Victorious.
A most exciting fight between a bull
must iff and a snake about four fiet five
inches long, apparently of the dhamin
species, WJi witnessed early one morumg
by a number of persons residing in n
houso in Kutally, says tbo Indian Unity
The gentleman in whose house (bo oc
currence took pla o keeps a large poultry
vard, and the snake, intending no doubt
to mnko n meal olf oua of the fowls or
ducks, was stealthily crawling into tho
yard wheu tho birds, scenting an ouoniv ,
began to crow and cackle and flutter
about in their alarm.
The suako bad just caught a duck when
tho bull mastiff, attracted by the noise,
camo running to the spot, spruus uku
the snake and seized it close to the head.
Acting on the defensive now, tbo snakn
released tho duck, and, coiling itself
around its antagonist, endeavored to
It compelled the dog to roll over, but
' tho latter refused to quit his hold, whilo
' with his hind paws he struggled to tear
tbo coils off him. This ho partly suc
ceeded in doing nnd regained bis ftel.
, but tho reptile once more coiled around
i him. aud it appeared now as if the dog
would be strangled, the folds of the
snake forming a double ring around his
I The wriggling of the slake nud the
I frantic struggling of the dog were now
all the more intently watched from tbo
I fact that no help could be rendered to the
i ducky doc, who never relaxed bis grip,
loth combatants rolled over a second
time sua continued struggling for fully
live mluulcs. while the dog pawed up the
ground all around, and at last managed
to make a slit about a span long in the
skin of the snako by means of bis clans.
This was the beginuinc of tho end.
Thu doc once more threw off tbo coils
and rose to his feet. Keleasmg his grip
for n moment he mado it dash at the head
of the snake aud completely crushed it.
Having dUabled the Minko so far. he toru
its body uutil the reptile was disembow
eled. After a sevcro contest extending
over a unnrttrof nn hour the brave dog
gained a completo victory.
Strange to relate, the mastiff, with tho
exception of a large swelling in the ilisidn
of his mouth, sustained no injury and
appears to be doing well.
Southern woman, nnd Le whispered,
' Water." After n few sips ho continued :
" 1 thought you was mother but I guess
as how I won't 6ee her uo more."
He clcscd his eyes nnd the dear old
lady sont at once for the surgeon. 'J lie
doctor felt his pulso aud remarked, "His
vitality is very low we must tiy lo build
him up with stimulants and nourishing
These were obtaiued, but he refused
positively to touch thu whiskey, as lie
had iiromutd his mother now r to do so,
ho caul, and had taken the pledge. Ho
swallowed tho btel lea with reluctance.
Iho fever had gone, anil with It nearly
all the life that was in limi.
Tho dear old lady looked sadly upon
tbo emaciated fnu aud sunken cheeks of
tho puur Lo). She forgot that he vvns an
etieiny, cud saw' oulv n mother's son,
among strangers and ick unto dtutli.
lie,- soul wcut out in a great wave of s.vn..
I paihy lu the iiimiIi 1.
In vain sho tempted Ins nppctito with
I each of the liquid foods within the form-
1 till allowed by Ilia urgo-u. Mie could
i not pcrsundo him to lake stimulants, nud
' lilt vitalit) contained to sink dally.
To her question whether there was any.
1 thing that he would like, to eat, ho nn
jswered, "Pumpkin pie."
' Hut the doctor Mild it would kill him iu
twenty- four hours.
j " Pumpkin pie' became the lad's day.
Beauty often depends on
plumpness; so does comfort;
so does health. If you get
thin, there is something
wrong, though you may feel
no sign of it.
Thinness itself is a sign ;
sometimes the first sign ;
The way to get. bad
plumpness is by carkft.
living, which sometimes in- i
eludes the use of Scott's
Emulsion of cod-liver oil.
Let us send you free a
littIe,book which throws much
light on all these subjects.
ScftTT&BowsK.CIieini.t., ntSouth sthAveaue,
Your dmegivt keep. Scott's Hmult'on of cod.tivet
Ml oil druESliti eveiywhcr do. i
MHUADVVAVYlfi7AI'Ul-. "" LAST "SIGHT
M TIM' I'JtODH.AI IMTIIi:it.
MOMMY. Jtu. 'J, an rlaborM production,
THE NEW SOUTH.
ni:vvkau. mimiav, Jan. i. si a p.m.,
COL, ROBERT 6. INGERSOLL,
In hi tt'w letttirf),
EDEN MUSEE. Wax Groups.
(IttAXII KVIIM.MI PL It I'OK MAM P.
PRINOESS LILY D0LG0R0UKI
vi.viti i: si:i,ika.
G-UIBAL, and G-REVILL.E.
.(Mill AM) O.IINi:.
DANKO GABOR'S ROYAL GYPSY BAND.
A Xmas Present to Each Child.
JtOSTlTir UIAI.'S. 'matin KiTiu-DAV."
Lat VVci-k. I avt Wnek.
I.Tl:ill,.AKI'. TltlO, .lllllll.KVIANN.
. j ,.r i Villi. It n , c hnlui. Nirviitrliiue.
Nll Wl'fl 'MAIUM'I.I.I. i'otitoitl.ml.l.
Ill" "t'lv"lVVl ,M.VV urt.Ke.riA.
ACADEMY W'h .V'iMVf..".. h.,..
Ullnturoit'lumpkitiit . . Trop.. A Mri.
Mat. Weil, anilf. alJ. ht.nnuia at 1.
GARDEN THEATRE. iMSfcAVi. .
HpacUl Utlnr Now ttr'd I.
LILLIAN RUSSELL J QIGALE
i)M.iiAroMiiit;i: rjx . UIMWLI"
CASINO. UKOAllWAY AN1 .I1ITII ST.
tlf nin at S. 15. iltlloa. iUtutUar at 2.
Wirll .VIA II 111 TlMli'hMT.
Admlatlou, SOo. hau imctt.J oo month ah.ait.
STAifTHF.ATnK hroajwaf i 13lh at.
hfeblttra at M. 16 Matlncehatiirriar at '2.
Hupport.d by Klon IMimlilou. In
heatl now on aal. at tho box omc.
Hfa.rf.il aeata. nrLh..tralrct. anil batconr. COe.
IIIUIC DIVI CV ' MlaUI;tho I Vl. ami Sat.
ANN C U ALU. I olDnlulh. I ll.tlorti.
W.lt Wr.k THh I'UWHII UF UOI.U.
H E R R M A N N'S M;tef:
MANOI.A- 1 Icnliinifd hncciwt.
MANO.S H ISI-.M.-THIlAHMVMUKOKUN.
COMPANi", 9 1', M.-IM WUIlE OU.
RooTon'rtTiiR"(rRE.w.2aaat.i:?.H is sau
Mat 2. Now Y.ar Mat Viand 'rl. lat r..k but uo. ol
Sill. NI'll. Hl!lll!ii"5 Al TIIK
PEOPLE S Mr. ilUNIIV t . MI.NTK. rropil.tor.
THE WHITE SQUADRON.
N.tt Wfek-8 HELLS.
MAIl"hlClAN'TllKArllE..M. . Ilanlej. Mr.
success". Mulligan Guard's Ball.
lata. Wfdno.ilay, Saturday and Monday. ,lau. 'J.
5TH AVE. ir II. I . Miner. I'rni. and Mir.
I.ANT rnKIOKMAKCK MI.MI.III .
NAT U OOUIIVVIN-A lll.l)i:u IOOL.
Monday, ,ian, 'i- rUronva. nianc.
14TI1 M'. MUSK 1IAI.1. AM AI.HAMBKA
COIJftr. HU and 1.411 la.tKthat.
THE MONSTER ORCHESTRION
ri.AYS KVKHV AI'lHftNOO.N AM) I.VKMXO.
COLUMBUS THEATRE. Tf;
THE POWER OF GOLD. titi.
MIX 1' VTKriK - Dr. Cart.r la 1 tin Scout.
MAI! I. KM OPi:itA.HOUt.K. itVK. 8.15.
rr'AiV.,oAf-"",tl'"J:s- 'AT. hAT.
FAUST. AT. 2 1'. M.
NF..X r W lll.K -IIALI.KX A.VD 11 AKT
PALMER'S THEATRE. 'V.tI5M.. ....
WI.MOl: rilllATltF. 15 and ITHou.rTT
nrn'rvhAiis JO"" ' MUJ-uvA.s
.NEXT W l!fcK A l'AIH IllUiLL.
UnpTIIIO MI'SKliM, f.TH AVE. 30TH ST.
IlUn III 0 Open II AM AdmlialonlUronK,
Count OIHXlIr, .ranii.ar.nl Mn, a ptizzl. t
th. madlcal profratlon.
mt IAp .bolt'ei'
frrCougha aud Cold, wilt
Oo more man a dullar'a
wottli ot aijyulti.rcujjii
1 arico butll... 33 ftV..
rr.uar.ilani Hold tf
ZeSSioiJuaj. K. Y
A.Mt UT DIH'UIilSTH HI.M.ItAI.I.V
JK.-ri)MMIIMi I'KllIrs-iTaid frBiita' and
bo..' ca.t.nfl clutllinif. Addr.i Hutfo .iuanu,
lous nud i)iu'lit-lo:i plalut. It uindo the
ilciir old Imly'h hoatt bloeil lo n f i;o it.
" Doctor, cau't ion iave tlin iioor fel
low i" she asked.
Tlie iloctorauhwurcil Rravely : "Muilum,
1 mil afruiil nil jour work lias lifcu iu
Tuiu. He caunot hulil out nuicli louccr."
Aftor the doctor hail jjono the ilvini:
lmv opciicil his eyes itud vvhiicrt-d vvint.
fully : " I'leiuejUft olio piece. "
" Yes, you rhnll have il." nud the old
I bily, nud Uh bliu hte I nil lutu I.e.- cm.
j rinye mi.i ordeiid tho diivor to " Whlii
! iit tbun luuleh und tlmu Li me .,a..1-,"
I thoie vvn- In her luce Iho .itiuo eiri-Nilou
I of diteruuiiiitli '-hieh in.iv he keen on
I that of tLo Mihliir v.l.c li, Willi hlduchcd
i cheeh, he clinches IiIr imiiket and dashes
ut a lintteiv of lUtliiiB gnus.
j Tho puuiiiLtii i ovva mai'ic. 'Iho crisp
, vruV. wus rolled nut l.y the hciuitiful
I linnds of the di ur old lady. win. vvns cm e-
ful mil to K'l thohc teiirx tlial ud'cd dovvu
hor chciKs ilroji cm H.
'Ihntsaiue iMimij: tho hiiuiely utiles
trntted ! ril.ly to the hospila .
ll vvana tciriMo tiling sliu w.is r.boul to
.hevcnl njiiiiitutlifl uirjicon'i. oilice.
Avm kL'h nhki'd, "Dcilcr. is thtro no
hope (or thai ih.ui Yiinkew lov?"
" Msdaui. I can douotUiiij; morr-ln
wilt he iltMil boforo nioruins," vvns the
IjuicLI), hut tisoluleh, t.h made her
8th Av. Museum, 'M
Mlh ar.. Wtwon3:i'i au.1 SStlt ita. SB I
Mo.NUAY, Jan. so. , j I
In lllnuoutlheOM, Hln in Ibe N I 09 '.(ilH I
O Ulna: uul lh l'alae. HlnKln Ib.Tro.l 5JO ' rjH I
This wok wo lirst prraentloyoir notto v flB I
WM. QUEEN H
In lit unlqu. ffB I
SUICIDE ACT BY HANGING ll I
,Nov Vnu Cnu Jutltfr for VaurmslTcn! itfl I
Ym rd tonMjitit tronnlof tb horrort of ! vaB I
trixtitiuii it uifanMof punlililux capital ofUniei I
AsrompKreil with thou or hanging btoflnf 4 mn "'-rfclH
lo thAHAlIbwa.trfcbx tho nack till habedead. Yoa IbM
rrtti hut the otlipnlajr of llatltuffrr thnteromnr i M I
rirrer'ti awful ilfRih by the rnp. in Jerj, androu NPAli I
wonJreil ho It It . Well.wn have minwho J vlfll I
will dinw rim all. (Mir clf-upnilinc lulcfde, -tflpj' m
WM. g.Ii:i..N'. hanm hlnise'f nlua tltua a day. H, I
hanns liinnpil'f )ini aV. Yfi. hanri hlmaalf. .J'tPH!
ami the lot tura nr m pnillnf uvar tha problam Ult I
how it la tin di'pni.' Uuk himvalf ' for kapi,Mn -t?B I
filler word, ftrnncli tilmncir to datU, lor Mr. IHt I
tji"ti U nn tr Clint rr. nllhr at oa doelrad br aHH) I
I cptutt dftliiMnn, lloartJalljr BLipenda hlmaalf tn TLlH) I
a tjllibct Ity a rop round hit neck and awaya with vyulHl H
tin fft on ihARnrntiri a tlm long anonth to kill -yilBJ I
tnn infn rutleil into onf. hut ha ll? through It jfij iB' I
all, tlintitfh htiw not hf httulf can eipMn. Ra sJaWf I
mnitr. no fak" htinw, no optical dalnaloa rjaBi I
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I'-nlt.Tely Ut wrk f VlBl
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TIIKATIti: (F. 1. VlH I
1. J 'Iltntni-x, Ruppcrtad hi iMlth Crollaa, lath ' vifH I
drama of Jo.iuy I'uiter1 New Yaar. M.1
f'lllIATUi: NO. 2. JIH
KOIU. .t M'OIH.KTON'H VAUDKVILLK CO. 'lU
Opj front IU A. M. If 10 I'. .M. I'd form an c VtHI
1-Tfry Hour. 'li-VaD H
Ai1inittuQ ll) renta. YPH I
tT"An Knllrt rhanffe oi lroramme Waokly. J?iH H
"HELLO! , ill I
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11 Mll.l.M llAMNO. 'J I) AVK. ft 1'JliTH 3T. 't,V
Hat l.'lif J. fill Onta. AH
TiTlfHTKKDI TllKArHK. .r 6th ar. MH' I
Mattnie Wed., hat. and N.rr Yoai'a. Bll H
Till: VVOltl.ll-l'A.lllMlh HA.M.ON.S 'iKI I
III a Uorauou. I'antomimiaHpectaclo, ilyiMI
SUPERBA. m I
HUVI'smaii Ny.fhoaTr..E'faB.30. Sat. Mau raBll I
HUYl'S I'OI-IJI.Alt I ATllll'TO -MKI
suucfcs. CHINATOWN. $W
Now Itonbnna franp.a br Sherry will b. a.rf.dt THI I
tlieladl.alrooattb. tnatine. Monday, New Tiar'l ''
" . Mmi
BIJOlfTlinATHI Broadway, n.ar 30th M. ?-aH H
Matlneri Wed.. bit. and Mew Yfara. imM
1-ourth lirtat Ilia Wi.kof . alH1
UDNHI.I.'H ;OIHIIAN f'-rHl
in lite New 1-n.entrie taree. WHI M
A SOCIETY FAD. I
UNION MJHAIir.TIIEATnR. ErtattT aH I
Mil. JOHN .STKTMON'S COMPANY, ;!
n THE CRUST OF, SOCIETY. f I
Thoiooat lotritut.iiB plar en In New York for ''fyttB' I
Mitlncei WadDpndajr. Saturday and New Year'. tc&H' H
Owina to pre ion arrangcrnenta taDfaffemea IltH H
la limited to but one wt-etv more. 5?B H
TONY PASTORS. fl.3rt;ATe ! I
MATIM.U.S TUl'SDAV AND FRIDAY. H
10NY PASTOR'S XMAS CO. fM I
V1TA VII TOIIIA. J. V. KKI.I.V. t ?M-
MANIIArrAN JI'KKA-llOU!i. iiBH H
Ultli.i. and ll'way. K..al H. Mata.Sata.onl. 4JH H
TIIOVIAM 1. iKADIHIOKK. JtrlH H
Urind t'oinioOperm Company 10(1 People AH 1
i.n Tin: ihi.k op ritA.iii'At.ME. -JIH
Ultra Matinee Naw Yoar'a. awflf
H. R. JACOBS' THEATRF. ciu1i3sJs.T."- ' H) I
;',-';.. :V-:,: ! SHADOWS OF AJ6REAT CITY. JM
Neil Wek-UllUISKhi:N I.AVVN. 41Bt I
STANDARD THEATRKVi.'iT,. '$ ' I
JOHN DREW. "I THE MASKED BALL M I
IMPERIAL MUSIC HALL. '".c S
tlllH llll.l.'s XVOIll.ll OF novei.tiks. jtM H
little llllaon. Heurette Dillon. Bro... ic ''WM
XJYCF.tlM THHATKn. 4th aro. and 33dal. 'jIH H
A.VII!ltlrN Anit(IAI) at8.15.
MatlneeaTIIUltaHAV. SAfUItDAY MONDAY. TfiM H
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS. Wt I
HUBER and flAQIIIfl 3B I
14 GEORGIA MINSTRELS 14 m I
mill n irintf VHrirty ('impitnr. fll H
MONDAY EXTRA MATINEE Jj!
GRAND OPERA-HOUSE .'fft I
I'.VANS IN SKHIES 11" OK ViH!
ttSlU A PARLOR MATCH. .Jfll
A M P H I O N . rrnprlelo? andManr. iaSS ' H
KVUIIY rVli .VIAIINtT.. AllfRDAY: SJaH' H
MARIE WAIHWRI6HTt amv kobbart. tl' I
K.ery Lveuln Mala. Wednendae i batnrday. tlflHi BW
C'HA.s. IKIIII.llV.N'SVnifKldlll'ASr Wv
I tie Lot I'aradlae Tho UouiiciUor'a Wife. i)M' H
Ji:Allr:IVOK MUSIO. BROOKLYN. vHl H
TUia week. .M-itlne.a Wedneaday and haturday. 'MBfl H
I THE COUNTRY CIRCUS. II I
CHI. MN.N'H NIIVV I'AlrK'rilKATRE. i?iB( H
'fbtf work, ilatinee Wednesday and baturday. iVSjhbv: LLh
wvi. il Tilf ytmm' M
OR A IMP ' AJIEUICJAN.. .'Mi
Brnroiti) avksuk thkatkix IS' LH
XmatVVerk. Mau. Mou., Wed. and Sit. 'JbtiWml aVfl
'11.0 l,ln Sun, II1K NKVVKI.I, UKOa.. filHi M
In Ihe ereat Spectacular, TtimK iH
way to the couch ol dcatli. She dismissed '! 1
the uurseancl look her seat. After avwhlla 'C'JbT1 M
the boy opened his eyes aud the held out 6
a slice of the immpkiu )iie. iH'
lie opoueil his muutU, nud Ebe brtik 'iltaBi M
the pie tiilo bits nud fed hiui. weepiuj; V'sS' 1
I itilelly thu while. When the slice ru mB' 1
liuibhcd hii hollow ryehheeuied lo doTOur i?NI 1
her iw hu u.uriuured. "More!" ,"-' .ajj
She hesitated n moment, aud then vhi- ""'sjjJaB 1
pcrmc: "iciil forgive mo," bho cave hlin fB'
I tt second Nlico. r!lHi'
! lie rksol hu. eyes. tiui sho watched hiui riftl
until he Lrcathcd regularly, and then Bh pR;
(iuicl;ly blo'e avvav. She felt as a ruur- ff- .' H
ilercrii.iist feel but she could not luak --''ii';
up her uiiutl t vvatihlicr Mdiiu ilyiuj. i i H
At lioiui' oucti iiMire, tlie dear olJ ladjr H
locked herself iu her room. i U
I'nrlv tho nest moiiiiiis those luulei r J H
nsniti trotted br.&kh to the hospiial. H
The utir-o ievirtrd that her patient ' , . U
lmi slept iiuctly nil niht. W'liiu the o'd . IK M
Indv looked iuimoudIv down mi his wasted i": 5 H
t'cuiu he opened h.s evee and said inn '-; 'M U
stroni: voice: " Where' tho other mc- v- . H
; Hon of thiiUpiiini'k.ii pie?" K. ', M
v ' Las
Collins weio verv i-carco in tho Coated- .. H
eiacy, and tho hospital steward couzratiu
latp.l liiuifielf that tho Mtrgcon was mis. : '. H
taken vv lieu he said tlio Yankee boy would J H
dlo. .'"". Half in Acw Uflcum Timu. A 9 H
' Daavi-at. i mi M