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OBiV ft mtriflA Situation nay t Ttitrrt.. THE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING, MA i 27, 18IM. r : ; ,fl
f: THE WORLD'S BIG EDITION.!
fc P Iti Memorial Knmber Discussed by
Ibe Publlsheri' Association.
Kf . ought to be kept for future ref-
jg'V k EEENCE, BAYS A MEMBER.
' fe. fntliladt Scott DeelarM that It'TVaa
jr. ' 1 Ob of lh Moil IlmmrVuble Sin-
BV T' sasaasKvar Known Imha Nawapapr
Sfc' BalDM My l'apcra Kcncl 7
$, Af Man and VTotn.ti Joiirnallata at lb"
fi Saaalonaof tbm I'reaa Congrra..
:V N ' (iPECUL TO T WOLI.1
'li 1 CHIOACO, May 20. Toe annlversiry eat.
I' ; tlonot The World has furnished a most in-
Jf.'li? terejtlng topic fcr the l'ubllsucrs' Aasocls-
- tloo. H was brought up nueiitbla question
" i' nudlacuiMdi "Shall the Sunday paper In-
crease or decrease In site?" II r. Barrett, ot
fj"' $ the Bcranton Truth, "bo favors a decroaao In
life . a, ttt.iAia:
Ki JK i believe that If every Issue o( a Sunday
r' Yi1 kunored-page edition ot tbe New York
iy 4fo World it would bu a boon to mankind. 1
V Or thing ttst paper ouiht to be tramod and
S kP tor' future reference,
v ii' "I bars been in tbebabltot reading ibe
i' I jtw York World 'ln Its ordinary tlie, but 1
'1 laid aalde this special edition to read on soma
I $? Other day. The spoclal edition of tho Now
ih: York 'World waa a great coition. I bare
ji beard it praised Terr hlcbly and t has been
fV (j J. pralaed la my own newspaper, llut l( this
') it ft- thing; goes on,aome day another Jonrnallat
s 31v WW print a newspaper ot 180 pages and say :
' tt I hire done bener than my neighbor; I
& j fcategtten you nitypagM more."'
i, 'it vrekldintBcottaaldi
v ! Mlf u Sunday pap.rs were to be of 100
' '', vans, and ,lt thvy vera all to bu read, tbe
A L" feiders would dnd themselves getting be-
V I hlad the times In a wry lew years. I wish to
J r ay this.-boweter, in regard to tbl-i particular
" JI lpage edition of 'lho New York World.
V- that II was a tourralr edition, and as such
i &. waaaauccoss. Jnfact in every rcapect It
h ft was one,, of the most remarkable kuccesses
i-' ii " we hare ever known In the newspaper busl
V I ' Mr. Morrl!, 01 The World, saw that the
1. ski Question ot pub'Jo appetlio. uome people
W utea their-medicine lu very small doses,
f, v. while others liked It In very large doses. At
. IV any rata It would interest them to know that,
it; w Tbe World delivered to one organization ot
iv ih aewtdeslers a supply ot lorty tons on a Hud-
ik to day. conrinuingbeiiald: .
itr "1 disagree entirely with both of my aeso-
I- 1 fi' dates to the I'ubllsber'a Association in refer
, j enoe to the. luncttons uf tbe publisher of a
-J IK' newspaper. I think that the nensuaper
i AE whlcn la honest aud ordinarily Intelligent,
- A'' that whlcb prints the most and the beat
" vx, Bwt, la the oue which ultimately succeeds."
iiif: The l'ress Congress uaa four sessions
, W-dsy,. .two In the afternoon and two
s li' in toe evening.' Jobu A. Rlelcher, of
K lli Hew York,"addies!-ea tho National Edl-
'i T'f torlal Association In the afternoon on the
M .9 oueitlon, "Dees the Daily Press color Its
TS a . eiva Too Highly t" lie quoted letters writ
's? ' . un by Frank Uatton, Jamea W. Scott, M. II.
I ' De Young and' other noted newspaper men
Jfk ifjt aeprecaUnc the 'coloring of newa and favor-
mv 'H' ingtheautementof all tacts In an indepen-
i. neat and unbiassed manner.
JlT, t&e Mr. aielcber said mat as a general rule
fkF l.i Bswiwa not too highly colored. Ulscuaslng
ml-1' Hii 'ihaqueatlon of partisan newapapera be made
It " t 'J the novel suggestion thst newspapers should
ft' I'M print both lleputllcan and Democratic edl-
j;' :K'r (ions, eacii having a Itepubllcan and l)emo-
1 5 Si- cratlo edltor who should write from princi-
L- lit Pie- This surtled the other editors some-
aR " Ml? what and caused a long debate.
M ' YiC Benlamln U. Uerbert, of the Natloqal .Tour-
iJJ- iiiiy h current Kvents and the Press Relations
SJk ill' Thereto." lie said that the wcrld lookea to
tl if! tbe press for a correct accouut ot dally hls-
iT', ? f lory. .
(If ' , Xx-aov. William O. Hoard, ot Wisconsin,
bM ;' read a paptr called, " Is tho Publication of a
IE ,ji Newspapef aPubilcTrustoraPrtvaioKnter-
3i ? -1 if pnaef"-Heaaldlt wasa publls trust. John
m i h,fr B. Ktoll, ot Indiana, talked about "Keokless-
if! ! &t, neas In Journalism.' lie said It wasa very
;t ' .f'v reprehensible thlLg.
' , y in the afternoon the Trade Press Congreaa
K ; !( had a long seslon and heard many papers.
Hr L l Moat ot the writers said It required as much
Y'i'. f . f atmity to eoodnct a trade paper aa it doea a
aflri $i dally newspapor. Among tbe subjects dls-
C9' 5 ceased were : "The Origin, Nature, Urowtb,
i i'i'' 1 -nod Development ot What Is Known as
"i vS- t. the Trade Journal," Qtorge w. liotcbklss,
A t, A Illinois i "Tho Distinguishing Features of
,1 ; i' the .Trade Journal as compared with tbe
li -i '. 5 General Newspaper," David II. Mason,
! I Chlcaio;1' The Essential Departments or
1 ' ? the Trade rjournal and the Means Kmployd
J 1 V tor tbe Attainment of the II Ubrst Excellence
1 ' , , Tbereln," W. C Edgar, Minnesota: '"Ibe
71 ill Qualifications Bequlred for the conduct of a
.US! 2 ' SbccesKtul Trade Journal," Daniel Williams,
Wix f1 WewYork. .
t In the evening the press women ot tho
'tth :ia world met In the llsll otjcolumbus, Tbelr
!Vl li programme included these topics: "con-
I? ! J V. science as a Factor In Educational Work,"
iU'5' 5i Mrs. Margaret Bangster, New. York; "A
l?r B i? Woman's Paper Versus a Paper tor Women,"
Hi fc' " Kate Field, Washington. D. c ; ' Editorial
Hi 1' 1' Work," Kathenne E. Connar, Massschu-
v setts: Tbe Country Newspaper," Annie U
111 ft DeggajTopeka, Kan.; "Comradeship Between
ill' H J Men and Women." Florence Fennlck Miller.
lJl! I England;' "Tbe Relations of the Newspapers
to the llomr,' Mra r. P. Terhuno (Marlon
llarland), Jcw York; "Woman's Debt to tho
Dally Prrss," Clara Bewick coioy, Washing
ton. l. C.
'ilio rellElous picas bid a meeting In tbo
llsll 01 loiuuitius sod tble was lho pro
grammes "'lue lllntorlu Devilopment of
the llellgloua Newspaper," llev. II. A. Bridge
mnn, .Vasachuwtts ; ' Religions Journalism
In Kranci-," Alme. Iioiretor. Paris; "The I.ni;
llsb lkllilous Pres," llev. Itf.bprt BpeatN
I). D.i London ; " Review of ibe Churches'
llov. F. Herbert Mead; "Thur Jewish Re
ligious Press." Hsbbl Isaac M. Wise. ()bl';
The Religious Preai at a Judicial Func
tion." llev. 1. M. Alwoon, I. 1), New ork ;
Tuo War Cry," Mrc. Bsllitigton Booth.
I.OVi AMI THICK FAUM1NU.
ItooilsnotiRli and hhrer Once friends,
Ex-Policeman tloodcnough and Albert
Shsefor were good friends until a lew years
ago, when both engagrd In Ibe market garden
business above tho Harlem litter, 'tlie ex
pollcen,an's little farm was on WeH One
Hundred and Mircntj-nlnth street, west of
tho (southern Boulevard, and bbaeler's farm
was on creston atcnue, near One Hundred
and Klghly-thtrd streel. Tbelr friendship
bad outlived political wrangles, but when
some one hinted thotshaolcr's turnips had a
more dellcnle flatur tbau bis ilval's, It
ceased. flraduMly tho breach widened tc.
tween the two truck farmers until tbo ex
policeman swore every time bo thought
about bis enemy's little truck gerden, while
Sbaefer was vlndlctlvo rnougtt to linvo
served an Injunction on the sunshine and
rain that made the ex-rollccman's turnips
grow, If that could have been possible. .
Ex-Pollceman Uoodcnough has ten chil
dren, but the prettiest and goncral favorlto
ot the family was Mary, tho eighteen-year-old
daughter. Hbaeter ulao bad a number of chil
dren, but the pride of the family and tho one
selected to lohorlt tho truck farm was Albert
Hbaeler, Jr., a good-looking, Intelligent fel
low twehty-one years old. The differences
between tbe beads of tbo families did not
Innuence the young people, and about a year
ago tbey fell in love and told -ach other that
such a little thing aa garden truck larming
ouKhi nnt to keep two famlllea separated.
Alter that young Uhaefer and Mary fre
quently walkpd together, and nnally tbey
became engaged. A day was nxed upon
when tbey would eo to a minister's bouse and
be married without the consent of tbelr par
ents. Then tbey thought perhaps tbey
could reconcile the two families and lorm a
A week ago tbe ex.pollceman learned about
hla 'daughter's engagement to bis rival's son,
and ba nromntty locked Mary up In her room.
stbe was kept a prisoner for tbreo days. On
Wednesday night young bhaeler called lor
tbo nrat time at lho (loodonough house and
askod to see Mary. Tho ex-policeman recog
nized him and determined lu settle matters
at once. He Invited the young man into tho
bouaa and summoned his dnugbter. Mary
entered the room with ojea caat down. Th
lather noticed a diamond ring ou her band
which he bad never ecen before and aaited It
K hsd been given to her by young bhaeler.
tihe nodded In the arnrtnatlve.
(ilvo It back at once," thundered the
father. , t .
Mary handed the ring to young Shatter
and burst into tears. Young Albert clenched
his nst, but as be took tbe ring he whispered
to the young girl not to cry lor he would have
her awny from there In a few days. Tnu
ox-pollceman overheard the remark and
you will, will you ? I'll shoot you when
you try IU"
Mrs. Ooodenougb, who bad stood watching
the couple in silence until then, began to
talk, sue didn't stop until young Bhaeler
waa outside the house, inoro frluhtened by
her tunguo lashing I ban by the father's
threats. Thursday morning Mhaeier went to
Justice Burke. In the Harlem Police Court,
"My sweetheart Is kept locked up by her
parenta and fed on bread and water."
Justice llurko issued warrants for tbe
parents, who were soon In the court-room.
'i'h Htorv was rehearsed and the caie ad
journed until alter noon, when ibe lather
promised to produce Mary lu court. When
ibe lather appeared In Ibe alternoon, hu
looked angry. Mary waa nut with him.
Neither was youbg bbaeier present, although
bis lawyer was.
My daughter Is stolen," said the father.
While I was away this morning Bbaefer
drove up with an expreas wagon and took her
and her trunks away. I don't know where
"My client and his sweetheart are all
right.'' said Hbao.er'a counael. We-that Is,
my client and the girl will be married this
Uoodenougb left tbe court-room swesrlng
vengeance. Tburedsy evening young Hhsefer
met Mary at the bouse Of ber grandmother,
Mrs. Flandran,at West Farms, and tbey were
married by the Rev. Charles J. Holt, ot Ford
ham. Yesterday the newly-married couplo
went to ubaefer'a borne. The tamer ot the
bridegroom wan so well pleased over tbe dls
comnture ot the ex.pollceman tbat bo In
vited lho young people to mnke their home
with him and presented them with tu.ooo to
begin life on.
Crid by Ilarrla'a FMr.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. May SOWUIls Blsbrer,
ot this city, bas become Insane as a reault of
the electrocution ot carlyle Harris. Ue Is
possessed of the Idea that be Is to be electro
cuted at Auburn. Ever since Harris was
executed Elsbrer lias been talking about tbe
way be aled, and last night ho Imagined that
eleotrlclans were chasing him to kill him. He
is In custody.
fa I fj
t Nothing can be substituted for j
j the Royal Baking Powder
4 and give as good results.
rUlM No other leavening agent will make such t
HflB t light, sweet, delicious, wholesome food.
j Everybody Despised Lampson, but He
M Won the Princess of China.
Capt. Vernon, tall lean, brown, thlrty
Ive. Sir, Robert Caretalrs, same ago,
Ink .and white, exquisite. Kieklel
.ampeoti, florid, beturred. bedlamoned,
ge more than fifty.
1 Scene and time The Blenheim Club,
It, James's. The smoklng.room, 4 I'. M.
Sir RObert-At last! I knew I should
Irop on-jrou Boon. Where do you hide?
'm forever meeting your wife, you
mow, but,,!, never come across you nny
Capt. Vernon Ny? That's not surprls
ng. I have been In India and other
ilaces (yawning) for which consult the
ck numbers pt, The Army List,
Sir Ildbert Of course, yes. I heard
ou were abroad, you know, or In the
ountry, or something. Lucky beggar!
lOndon'a been very dull the last year or
Capt. Vernon Indeed! Have you found
; so? The papers have reported It much
s usual, and you as havjnc been present
t most things.
Blr ."RqbertYesT Well, I live, you
now, AJl .1 mean Is that It la not ao
musing afl't was.
8lr Ilobert Why, going around, you
Capt. Vernon Hobble! If you ray
"you know" to mo again I'll get up and
punch your head, exactly ns If we were
1 at school, "(Jolng round," I supposp,
I means dances, club suppers, Jewel rob
' berlcs nnd other (society pastimes. Then
Cowes, HcotUnd, Melton and so on. Ar.rt
It's beginning to pall, Isn't It? (Mr.
Lnmpson enters tho smoking - room.)
Slop! Don't answer. Them's simo fel
low Just com" In, nnd he's do.lglng nbout
behind you, and I think he's listening,
or trying to.
Sir Robert (looking round) My dear
fellow, don't talk go loud. It's old
Lampson. (Mr. Lnmpson, who !ms been
hovering behind then, retires again.)
("apt. Vernon And who's old Lamp
son? Sir Robert Who's old Lampson? Well,
you ore out of the movement. Doesn't
Mrs.Virnon ever tell you things? That's
Lampsdn He's the richest man In Eu
rope, aM always growing richer. Just
now he iK making millions out of some
electric tSmpany. Every one says
there's a sWlndle In It somewhere, but
INNOCENT OF POLITICS.
Tlic l'jrnl.am Post Movement lias
No llrlalion to I'arly or Faction.
IN' OPES ENCASHMENT THE PENSION
AOENTS HUUM BE BEATEN.
A Clooil Cnsc nllh Tllilcti to (In to Ibe
C'narta riin Oram! Armv of the Re
public IIcIkst it Cliarllnlilo Oraanlra.
tlun, Exiiiilslon Cannot Ha Orilirnl
for a llrrn Trclmlral OrTnnae A Cat
rulallon aa lo War Widows.
It may be that the cutting off of Noah I
Farnham Pest Irora Ibe Orand Army cf the
Republic will result In lho starting up ot a
new crganlznilnti, which hall havn for Its
basic principle tho preservation ot tho pen
Mon list as a roll of honor.
" Will a new order lo established?" was
asked of Col. I roser yesterday.
"That Is not In our plans," be replied,
lho committee has not met yet. Wo don't
have to report lo tbn Association until tbn
second Wednesday In June, anyhow. I have
been advised that the, cltll courts could com
pel our reinstatement In the Urand Army,
because tbe order Is a charitable organization
and no penalties of expulsion can be lnnicted
for technical disobedience of an crder which
was unknown lo all but two of tho council of
Administration, and which was never printed
in tue orders sent out. It applies only to
pension matteis. nnd was got up by
Lemou, wbo was tble with (irecn B. Uauui.
expressly tu shut oil discussion ot pension
"It we appeal to tbo National Encamp
ment, and get the matter before an open
meeting, we will surely win. If It be brought
beiorc a secret session tho pension sharks
win beat us.
" There is a good deal ot feeling about the
matter, and 1 am sorry that somo of those
folks who are still righting the rebels are
breaking on pollllcul Hues. Now, 1 am
directly responsible for these resolutions.
Tbo men aronlth me. but they would bavo
mado no start by tuemselves In October,
180, tbe nrat chance 1 got after returning
from Europe, whero 1 was a Juror In tho Paris
Exposition, I advanced similar resolutions.
That would bave killed every political cnance
1 had with Harrison. Now, I'll say tbat thero
la no political ofllco within the gill of mis
norernmenl tbat I'd accept. I don't know
any Tammany Hall Hachcms except Bourku
Cnckran, and him only by slgbr. There aro
all Mnns or Democrats and lots of Republi
cans' in our post. 'I hey won't get offices be
causo they favor or opposo tbu resolutions.
Homo say It Ih Barney Martin's scheme, liar-1
ney Martin never heard ot It, III bet a hat,
till he saw It In tho now spacers. It U puro
patriotism on our pari.
' We went to tbo war to save tho country
from disunion. Wo w ant to savo our country
now from being burdened with paying pen
Htonsot loo a month to men who am gelling
salaries of IT.Biioa year in the (lovernmeut
servlco right hero In New York ; we want to
savo tbo country from paying widows' pen
sions to women born since tbe war was over;
we think that the pension sgents who aro
drawing at least ta,r,oi),ooo cvciy year from
the pockets of tbe country nre morn danger
ous than tbo men who llrod ou Fort fimnter,
for tbn rebes were brave men, while tbeso
aro corrupters ot common honesty, abettors
ot perjury and pulillceut-purses
It will coat thlscountry about $200,000,000
for pensluns ibis coming year. It Is very
reasonable to say that ir,o,O0O,uoo of this
Is undearrved. Nobody has any idea of tho
enormous fraud the pension list Is. Hera's a
sum for tbe mathematical lo solve: 'I here
are twenty-four widows of Revolutionary
soldiers. Now, we know how old tboso girls
must have been when they married the con
tinentals. Now, get the number ot Revolu
tionary soldiers and the number ot tuo
soldiers of tho war of tbe rebellion and
ngureoutbow mauy soldiers' widows there
will bo In llitir,.
There's Just one case on record, that of
Comrade John F. llewlt. of California, In
which a comrade drew a pension and, having
recovered sufficiently to get his own living,
gave It up. Wasn't tbat spleDdld I"
QUICKER THAN ELECTRICITY.
Nlnetean Chinese Pirates Beheaded
in Blx Mlnutoe.
Not long ago, on the Chinese coast,
says a correspondent of tho London
Dally Graphic, a foreign vessel, the
Namon, was boarded by a band of
Irate. Having KOt on board In the
arkness they murdered tho captnln and
threw him overboard, then secured the
other ofllcers nnd passengers, completely
looted the shin nnd managed to get
safely away with their booty.
The matter becoming known, the
Chinese authorities at once took steps to
discover and arrest the mrtrnuders, and
In due course the whole band of nine
teen were captured and summarily con
demned to be beheaded.
The shnstly neeno of the cnrrylng out
of the sentence took plnce nt Knwloon,
near Hoiik-Koiik. The doomed men were
drawn up In a line, on their Itnees, with
their hands tied behind them, and at
a distance of about five yards from
each other. So they nwalted the execu
it was suggestive ot the exectittoneer's
skill, born, no doubt, of constant prac
tice, that the whole nineteen were be
headed within six minutes. A bold-lnnk-Ing
villain wns the chief of the gang.
He died, ns nearly all the Chinese do
under such clrcumstnnces, nmmrently
without the least feor. In fact, Just
before his hend rolled to the ground
he declared aloud, dellantly, that It it
were possible for him o commit another
murder he should not hesitate to do It.
It happens often when a Chinese crlm
Innl Is sentenced to be decapitated that
his friends supply him with a little
opium, which, possibly, mercifully pro
1 duces a stupor and renders the doomed
wretch pnpllally Itmenslble to his horrl
, ble position. The llnnl scene Is enncted
When everything Is ready the execu
. tloneer's assistants seizes the lone pig
tall of the condemned man, and at one
'. blow with Ills long, sharp sword his
chief sweeps the head off.
It's a tremendous affair, you know,
C'upt. Vernon (wnrnlngly) Hobble!
Sir Robert Well, you don't know.
The thing's n company called the Alad
din Illuminating Syndicate. It's a sort
of gratltuous electric company. They
put In an Instalment of their stuff for
nothing, It they may take away nil your
gns-tlttlngs nnd oil-lamps. You've seen
the advertisement, "New Lamps for
Old," all over the town?
Cnpt. Vernon Wlutt do they mnke
Sir Robert No one knows, nut the
shares nre nt a tremendous premium.
My Idea Is that when all this part of
the town depends on the syndicate for
light the supply ,wlll give out, nnd ks
and oil will go up; nnd It will be found
that old Lampson owns nil ho gas works
nnd hni the oil shops in the hollow ot
'apt. Vernon I I'm Does every
body think us highly as that ot Mr,
Sir Robert 1'very one thinks n good
deal of htm. I tell you, they say he'n
the richest mnn In Kurop?.
Capt Vernon And he Is a member
here of .the Hlenhelm?
Sir Robert Yes, of course.
Cant. Vernon (thoughtfully) A mem
1 ber of the Hlenhelm! You're right. I'm
I clean out of the movement. Uy the way,
I how's your wife?
i Sir Robert She's very well. Indeed,
thank you. She's In tho country.
Capt. Vernon This country?
Blr Robert Of course. Whnt do you
Capt. Vernon Oh. I thought It might
. be "India, or abroad, or somewhere, you
know," aa you put It Just now. For,
j curiously enough, though everybody Ij
-wi.rw , gr' KlMI'i wtM' "mm .i.'i i
RECEIVER I 0.t THE EI.M1KA NAT ION AK
The National lnk Kininlnur Kara th
lank la I opelr.tly Inv Ivrd.
(rrriAi. to rnr. woar.n. I
ni.MIUA, N. Y May ItO. rharlei Davl, of
lllnghamton, was to-day appointed receiver
lor the Klmlra National Bank by the Comp
troller of the Currency. Tho Notional Dank
Examiner In hla preliminary report statrs
that tbo bank Is hopelessly Involved, feuator
Fusielt's visit to Wtujblngton In lehllf of the
Klmlra Natlouiil llauk nus merely of a diplo
matic nature, nnd at the request or tho
largest atocHioldeis of the b.iuK, whose oc-.
site was to have tbu bank's arT.un setllcl as
expeolllmisly and icoiiotnlcally as possible.
H-niiur KaHsettlt an "Ulcer und slncKboldT
In tun rojuiid National llauk, but has union- .
liectlunwlmlsuever with the Kimlrii National.
in lep!) to nil luuuliy by The Wor d curie-1
spobd-mt Khother thero is any trulls lu tbu i
ri port taat ho is an Indursemt col. lfobln
Miu's paper, tjetintor Fassell sail tf-ulght
that nut only na.i he not mi livlorser upon
nnyot col. Itobliism's taper, but ho never
''"ueiibeii Lolnnd and (leorgc spencer, of New
York Cllv. ropreHeiilatUis ui tin, .Mutual Lite
insurance Company, and President and ncv
ret ary respect uely if i he Klmlra Municipal
improvement Company, have taken ciiijgu
ut the latter which seltbs lho fuel that tho
Mutual now controls tbu gas, eltclrli: lltut
and water works, tun ptiict-rar lines and th.
Klmlra liileisiato Fair Assuiiation In this
cny. In addition tbey bold one innrtgauo
tor 7fiO,ioo iinil various smaller mortgages
irmii lU'fi.OOO down on Cot. ItoHnsou and
other lilUenV real estutc.
AKKEsTED BY II Ell HUSBAND.
A Vlrslnla Treacher Serves a Mnrrant
on Ilia Wife.
mTTC.k. to Tnr wor.Li. I
BALTIMORE. Md., May liORev. Oscar C.
Peytoo, of Manassas, Vs., gave bu wlfo into
the custody ot tho police at thu Wesiorn
btatlon-Houio to-day. llo bad previously
sworn out a warrant for hor arrest ou tho
charge ot Immoral conduct. Mrn. Peyton
said nolhlnir in her delunse. Mr. Peyton said
they bad Lesn married six years. Abuutslx
weeks ago nls wile went lo liaitluiorc, as she
said, io llt irlends. They corresponded and
ho seut her money. .
Mr. Peyton's suspicions wero finally
aroused and became, to BaPtmore, wbere bo
found bit wife living nt the Howard lloiiso
with another man. 'J'hoy were known as Mr.
and Mr, carr.
The magistrate rrned Mrs. Peyton $10 and
costs, carr aided bor In paying the line,
'ihu thrco then lelt tbe station-house separ
ately. Mr. Peytin Is a fine-looking man,
while Carr Is rather unintelligent lu appoar-aucc
WAS ADAM AN AMERICAN7
,H!s Fetrlfled Bones Said to Have
Been Found In Colorado.
A cowboy enmo In yestetdny from the
lower end of the valley nnd claimed he
had found the petrllled bones of old
Adrtn, and tint tho Montezuma Valley
was the orlguinl Harden of Kdcn, says a
Cortez correspondent of the Denver.
Of course, no one believed him, but j
there was considerable stir In the ntmo
sphere about that time, consequently he
was laboring under more than moral
excitement. , 1
This Is a great country, and great
things may be expected of It, but It
hatdly seems probable that our ancient
relative had a hand In ItH early settle
ment. It Is true they nre dUglng up
human bones all around here, but they
must have been planted since Adam's
time, nnd, besides, there nre no signs of
Eve. It lsn'.t to be supposed that Adam
would wander oft here and petrify
alone. He would hnvo brought Evo
along nnd salted her down, too.
It Is not so unreasonable to suppose
that this might have been the land of
Nod, for every bovine nnd even the
broncos wear the brand of Cain.
The Best is
Wo nil httvo pains nnd aches,
but thoy needn't Inst long not
nny longer than it takos to put
on an Allcock's Porous Plas
ter. But got the right plaster.
Thero aro others, and you don't
want them; take our word for
it; when you need a plaster you
need it, and thero's no timo for
experimenting and finding out
mistnkes then. Ask for
and seo that you get it. If thoy
say that some other is just as
good, .tell them that only tho
best is good enough for you.
Allcock's Porous Plaster
is quick and sure, and acknow
ledged by tho hifjrhest moilical
authorities nnd o very body elso
to ho tho best outsido remedy
for pains and achos of ovory description.
DR. H'ULYiN.N OFF FOR CDICAGO.
To llrmalti Two Months Hla Ilepartitre
In Vlmt I) rer'lon a H'irprlar.
Dr. Kdrnrd McOlynn, wbo has for seme
time contemplated vlsltln; Rome with a
vlow of making bis peace with the Pope, lelt
lastnliihl on tbo ().4."i Krie express for Chi
cago. Ilo was accompanied by bis sister.
.Mis. Smith, and ber two 11! tie boss.
This change lu the Doctor's programme
will no doubt astonish tbe Catholics ot this
country. Thero has ben considerable spoi
ulallon as lo how 111 Holiness would receive
tbo inmouB American divine. It bas been
cxrecied weekly lhat Dr. McObnn would
leuvo lor tbe Lternal city. It waa romorcd
a month ngo that tho I ope had act a date for
an iiudlonce with hliu thu exact time of
wnlcn was not ascertained. It Is now quite
probable tbat the Doctor will not leave Ibis
country for a couple oi months. It was
Mnlcd yv-terday tbat ho would remain at
tuo World's Fair as long ns tbat.
THE VISTA is ALMOST COMPLETED.
n. A. I.aiiKlilln'i Htrmn Yacht Is a
Thins ,ir llenu'y and a Joy l-orovrr.
Tbo steam yacht Vesta, now being built at
the yard of II. c. Wlntrlugham, of Bay Itldge,
Is ncarlng completion, bhe Is owned by Mr.
II. A. LiiushUn, of Pittsburg, and Is de
signed by Henry J. Olelow, of New Vork City.
She Is scbooner rigged and 08 feet over all,
her water line is HU feet 4 Inches, beam 13
feet li Inches, and she bas a draught ot & feet
0 inches. 1 bo keel, stcxi and stern post are
of whlto oak, with doublo frames ot hackma
tack, and planked with yellow pine.
The onicers' rooms and quarter lor the
crow are handsomely finished and forward Is
n spacious, bodal ball, llnlshed In mahogany,
lu which Is tho ntcerlnr wbeeL 'Ibe pilots
quarters nie separated from tblspartof tbe
boat by heavy plush curtains, running on a
bra-s roil and reacMng fiom telling lo floor.
.Tho sailing master will be W. K. Msh, wbo
' tnr many j cars was mate on Ex-Commodore
I (leri)'s steam yacht, Klectra. The Vesta Is
fitted with a oullrvnn compound engine ot
fourtcen-tnch stroke. Wbo is expected' to
I make niteen miles per hour.
WILL SUE JUSTICE BURKE.
I Dr. Teiibner Berks ltrdreia for Rongli
I Treatment In Court.
j Dr. Charles Teubner, of No. 338 East One
Hundred and Fifth street, who claims he was
. maltreated and Insulted In the Harlem Police
court last Wednesday. Intends lo brine suit
against Lnw)er Munzinger and Justice
To n World reporter last nlgbt Dr. Teubner
nnld that while be waa In the prison pen
Wednesday Lawyer Muenzlnger came up and
threatened to "miko It warm for him."
Ihese threats wero made In tbo presence of
"I shall appeal from the fine ot (10 which
wns Imposed upon me, nnd bave Instructed
my lawyer to tako steps for tuo arraignment
ot Justice Lurke," added .t,r. Teubner.
Tho ltuatnn Call on Mayor Htnar.
PHILADEIHIA, May 20. Admiral Kaz
nnkntr, uccompanled by fourteen ot his staff,
Including capt. Nicholas Zelanoy, of the flag
ship lilmitrl DoiHkol, nnd Capt. Alexander
Krelger, of tbe Rynda, called upon Mayor
stu:'it i his morning nnd acknowledged the
tender ot ibe freedom of the city.
OF THE GREAT
MADISON SQUARE '
HOOF GARDEN TOWER
Tuesday Evening, May 30, Decoration Day.
Admlmlop BOoentt. Kntrnoc op 36th
BI JO iTTrHE ATlRE.
Henry (Hank) W. Johnson,
TO-MORROW NIGHV " -
suhday; may 2B.
RTU AVE TIIEATlt B'wayand HthatT
3 I H Alt, 11. a MINER, Prap'r and Mar.
fcaraSSSylMr. STUART R0B80N,
at'.'.lS. I In THE HENRfKITA. . '
" alrnr.tj 8KATH NOW uN HALE.
HJWY. Thos. Q. SE4BR00XE,
JMYJiU A. ISLE OF CHAMPABHE.
klMni'.MVnir J1UMC. Hlb.1. Alrtlorpl. '
KAIIKWK1.I. 'I I1U HTItOI.I.UHM, 1
rEUPOHMANCE oth.rli known
AT THE COLUMBIA COLLEGE
Or' TUB DUAMATIO CLUB,
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN. EXTRA.
BslnnlnR Monday Htpoint Nit. My Q9.
Bummar fcetion Urrftt Ueyirtart-Operav, Vuat
Title. Minstrels, li.lUt.
Btx Dollirs worth of solid smnspmsnt for BOe,
Hrfcts Now on K&Ip.
THE PRESS CLUB FAIR.
(iltAMI OHNTHAI, 1MI.ACE,
lslnatan A.. 43d and 4ttb HI.
ortAwn ctiNCKiti. admission to all, eon.
KO&TEll A BtAL'H. M ATI N EU TO-DAY, ISO.
Hn"H. BOKAM, MAKLO A DUNHAM, MLLE.
1IARDUUX. Unaratla, VturitTllU. Nottltlaa.
.v.i t tr-AUA I.UMnlKUO, sarlo-Comle.
Stir Ihralr. 2 thhc Janvs T. Powers.
S aWWMK'iI: A MAD BARGAIN.
ORAND (ipr.il A.llffuSE, 53d SI. and Sth At.
H I N R I C HS i; V4i5i?.iyri.UA
To-Miht at 8.16. BOHEMIAN GlltU
TONY PASTOR'S. IJF.T. nil ANI 4T1I AVF.S,
BEaT SHOW O N EAKTIL
WORTH'S J,UV. and 30,h 8U
flrent hr.eci. Com Mr. ' Dutch irooTT,"
IloulUs hhow, I llUh class VaudfTilU Co.
" MI3J llAEUAltA WAHDOUR."
meet has always Just seen you and nil
the papers say where you were yester
day nnd where you will be to-moirow, I
never camo across any mention of Lady
Sir Robert (after a moment' silence)
My dear fellow, she never go out any-
Cupt. Vernon She has my Lest sym
Blr nobert You see, she led such a
quiet life at home before I married her,
and, between us, got rather dropped on
. by her cider sisters, so lhat somehow
things frighten her. Chjc won't go out
.i ,rfrr&'.i'' Wjh iftl .T&J tafofcVfcTratt
Wo bato to advertise tho
prico of tho stockings wo aro
going to soli Monday as a
special bargain, for fear that
people that don't know us will
think them of poor quality
but for tho bonofit of those
who DO know us, wo quote :
Ladl.i' (oar.nlr.d (ait blast Cotton
Ft icllnn, Coubl. b.tll and tow. 18c
IV Oalr S pairs aold to on. bujer.
70 West 23d 8t.
THE PRODIGAL DAUGHTER,
Ev.nlra. at B. Mitlo.. Batuidar at 7.
HOYrs MADISON SOUAP.ETUEATRK.
KT.aiagsalS SO. Batardajr Mallne at ?.
HOYT'S ATRIP TO CHINATOWN,
I.XTUA MATINRE DKCOBATION PAY.
GARDEN THEATRE. firftSVA
Dantailan Day Mil. Itobla Hood Tuesday.
EMPlh'E TIIEA1 Itv, P'roa'dwar and 0th at.
CHAKLEtv thUIIMAN'S OOMEDIANf.
THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME,
Ev.nlnsaatS.ia. Mali. rT-i. and Sat.
PALMER'S THEATRE. "I4B8,"
KICK'S SUHPHlSti l'AUTY-80 ARTISTS
Kv.nlnraat H. Rat. Matin., at 1,
EXTRA MATINEE DECORATION DAY.
Sat. aurad thrw wwhi In aovaa...
CASINO. l'.rodwraiia39tn at.
t.T.nlnn at 8.15. Mat. fcatardar ac U.
ftlr. Henry E. Olxcy in AIIONIH.
hnof Gard.o bow npan tTnntll 13 o'claok.
Popqlar Cnncart tHoof ttard.n) annday Kvaning.
&Tn ST. MUSIC HALL A ALU AMBRA COURT
194 aad ISA KaaUllth sL
THE MONSTER ORCHESTRION.
Plajawry ait yrnoooapd aynl d m.
PARLf THEATRE CORNER 5T11 ST.
I rllllA MATH. TUES., TI1URS. and SAT.
I.ealrrand IVIIllama' 'irieRnIJBek"C.
I and Krneat ,toeber'a Aluletle Co.
IMPERIAL MUSIC HALL, Aroadirayand 29th at
H. R. JACOBS' THEATRE. 3a8S?.V
thurs. a I MTJGGS' LANDING.
N.zt Wk Rambler from Clan,
Capt. Vernon So you have to go out
Sir Robert Well? ,
Capt. Vernon Well?
Sir Robert (a little sulklly)-I think
that'll do, Vernon.
Capt. Vernon Do you mean that we
should not talk over our wives In a 1
club? dood Lord! What does It mat
ter? If you go Into the Imherbts or the
Peterborough you'll hear lots of fellows
talking about my wife.
Sir Robert (Indignantly) There Isn't
a word against Mrs. Vernon.
Capt. Vernon (dryly) Really? She
doesn't deserve a word against her; but
thnt's hardly the same thing. Isn't It
odd, though, how things turn out?
Ilere'r Lady Carstalrs renouncing so
ciety because she has been quietly
brought up, while my wife who could
have been brought up In a quieter fash
Ion than my wife? She lived all her
girlhood asleep In a country house. Lit
erally asleep! And every one round her
was asleep. Her mother slept because
she belonged to the school of old ladles
who do not open their eyes for fear they
should be shocked; and her father slept
mentally and physically from over
eating. The servants slept from old age,
and she herself slept from Ignorance.
Yet no sooner does she get away from'
her home than well, she wakes up with
Sir Robert Yes, It's curious. But we
are belter off than many men.
j Capt. Vernon I am not complaining'. J
have no cause; and If I had, I hope I
shouldn't come and whine to you. I only'
say that it Is odd that ire two, who
were certainly more careful than most
men In our choice, and who both married
rob love, do not acem to have jot q,u)t
GRAND SACRED CONCERT
cn th. PalliadM, oppo.lt. WMt 42d rt., N.Y.,
Sunday, May 28, 1893,
AFTERNOON AND KVIM NO.
CUMMhNUlNU AT S O'CLOCK,
PARTICULARS IK nUNDAV'B PAPERS.
nnoi DWAY Thtatra. kv'a at 8. Mat.Sal. at 1.
HOPPER j PANJaNOflUM.
EXTRA MATINEE DECORATION DAY.
1TII STREET TIIEATJtP. NearOth Ara.
M.li. Wad.. Hat. aad lwcoratloo Day.
Last Titn.a of Joarph Arlhnr'. flty,
l'rlota,,3Sc., Ue, lie., 1. No Miner.
DALY'S THEATRE. VCt I ID THE KINO
ut.. hit. Toe.. KCLLftn. of emijarare.
U. 15 KV'hRY rvVKSIMO. MKMBERS OK ..
MR. DALY'S COMPANY IN I. Hill I' UOME0Y.
8-iS P.M., KKLLAK'SXiX. Century Mlracl.t
KAici.fc.N iifKiA-iltllrl(. ilXm.
i iinh ANt U'r'-, . 'J P.M.
NEXT WKEK--THB RIVALS."
COLUMIIUS TIIBATRE. MATS.
Nail Week TONY fARRELL. "MY COLLEEN."
BIJOU THEATRIC B'way, NHrSOthSt.
Mtht. H.20. Matin... W,1nMdir A Satnrdar.
7TH WEEK. lIHYT'St nt-ST tMJMt-DY.
A TEXAS STEER.
Intra Matin Nxt luradkjr. Decoration Day,
EDEN MUSEE. NEW WAX GROUPS.
JIUSKE OPEN FROM It TO It.
ORAND VAUDEVILLE PERFORflANCG
Vr. ji 2 r. .1 I'. .11., (.ail from 8 1. 1 1 f..t.
AdmU.lon AO cent, loall.
telTANDARD THEATItE, la.t Mit. aad Night.
KTf OA Pr.c.d.d by
i.H 9m O At TUB MISSES.
PEOPLE'S HttWAt O MINER. Pror,
TONY FARRELL, ! MY COLLEEN.
N.lt Wrak-USOLK TOM'S CABIN.
BROOK LTD (MUSEMENTS.
Every Kv. fllatlnrea tvrd. nnd Hat.
BEDFORD AVENUE THEATRE.
Thl. waak (and la.t). Matirau W.d. and
njYTrt 'A TRIP IOOHINAT.iWS,"
Mafiaaar tnrant Howard. Ta.tlmonlal May 30.
COL UNft'J NEW PARK THrATKE.
MatlnMa Wadnaaday and Saturday.
ROSE A UltAS. TONIOHT.
HORSES. CARRIAGES. Ac.
TEAM OF 1IORHEH FOR SALE ohrap. .
JOaKl'U D1.ZORT. 436 rfa.r. 73d at.
WOKTHLKY'.-t STALL WORKS, llo.tnn. Mai...
bara.old 7.000 of thr(rl.S03Vlb. "Slow Fowl"
manaara. Kiamln. at VAN NESS CO., til W arras
t., N. V.. and at W. Y. WARNER'S. PhUa.
what we wanted. ,
Sir Robert Don't let us talk about It.
But, as you know, there was one girl
who would have suited us- both, I be
lieve. Do you recollect how mad we
were on her? By Jove, Vernon, you
hated me tn those days.
Capt. Vernon (flushing a little) You
mean Barbara Wardour?
Sir Robert Yes, Barbara Wardour, the
Trlncess of China.
Capt. Vernon Yes; I'was very fond of
her. But that was ages ago. Why that
Sir Robert I will promise to leave off
saying "you know" to you, for you know
nothing. Everybody calls her that since
her father's death. You remember, he
was always thought a lunatic for buying
all those teapot things. Well, I give
you my word that at his auction the
British Government, two Rajahs, Amer
ica generally and a stock exchange syn
dicate were all bidding against each
other, and green with Jealousy, They
took 170,000 for pots and pans alone, and
a lot of medallion rubbish fetched nearly
an much the next day. Why didn't you
go to the sale? Oh, I remember, I met
your wife there an she said
Capt. Vernon (Interrupting) Yes, that
I was "In the country or somewhere."
But about Miss Wardour. Do you ever
see her? Is she Miss Wardour still?
Sir Robert Yes. There's no ono Good
enough for her.
Capt. Vernon Is ehe so proud?
Blr Robert No; not proud. But she
knows her value.
Capt. Vernon As every good woman
should. And how clever (he was!
Sir Robert Awfullyl' And so good
with UI ";'
Capt. Vernon Yea. Moat unworldly
HORSES. CARRIAGES. &c IB
Advertisements Under This Ctassr 'mm
flcatlon Repeated In THE. EVEN-
INO WORLD Every Day but Mon J
day Without Additional Cost.'
MR. W. D. GRAND'S I
REGULAR WEEKLY SALE . I
GENTLEMEN'S I1IOH 0LAS8 JI
CARRIAGE AND SADDLE HORSES PW
ON ! M f W
MONDAY NEXT, MAY 29, . I
AT 2 O'CLOCK P, M. SHARP,, - I
ATTHE AMERICAN HORSE I
EXCHANGE, . - I
oora.r Broadway aad 50th at. 1 .
JI. 0. STEVENS, Auotlonesr. '
Mr. W. t). OllANDlllhaTth.pl...irof ..H.' "
Ins to th.blibe.t bidder on in. aboie nato upward .i
60 CHOICE, SOUND, YOUNG , : I
MATCHED PAIRS, SINGLE GOBS,' ' I
DR0U6HAM AND- SADDLE-,
Tha.a hors.a ara aaasoned and fit for tmtaadlatstf.'J
EntrlM for this Sala will be racaltad op to'U
o'clock noon on day of eala. H
W. D. ORAND, American ilor.e EichaofVcoraor W
Ifroaaway and Jotn at. "!
A. FTVlS ioond yoant batiaoa. and faavhr;
nor...l t4il to tlOOt. trial alio w.d; Braw.ter'
aid. bar top bnasy anu d.aror'a pba.toa: barnaas ,
aarly n.wi baraa'ni a.parattd. 187 Lltlontoa .1
at., noat city Hal., ilrooalyn.
AliiCKW3fER top buoy, al.o drewitrr aitra , I
lion too family anrreyt .last, anddo.bl. har-'1'
a...i all nurly nawi uooS.r. r.fn.i. 137Vft
ALANDAt) ana an axt.n.lon-top phaon for- '1 I
aal. M. Marlbronza'a Son., 470 Ol.rmont ar. , j
FIFTY STYLES in atooa of Bn. trap., rookawara,'
antrara, pnaatona, road wafona, bnoaboaraa. '
bn.l.iaaa ion, Ai'. I II. ht aaponaa and lowaiti,),'. H
srlo.. K. O. GREEN, 119 and ISO ''.'''
VJtlth at., DaarSd.a.a. i r. pairing, trlmmlnc aaa Vem
ralntlnl. 'l.l.pOoo. Harl.in T3B. bplendld',!'" ' .V
areond.Ra'.d doolor'a oarrla... city m.k.. miii.
FoK HAtb. Family bora, and Qutmbj anrr.n'
nearly naw. HEHBSf. 1 ll.ttu.r. at., ni w
BroaJway, Broaklynf '
FOR'SALE-Largw bay driving and aaddla bor.- f.
al.oonadtiaroad.t.r. 3 40 both rnnnr. aosod.
klnd. lautl. (. for ladl.i. ROBB.NJ. 3471. ,
3d a... .(
Volt SALE Pony, aaddl.and harnoaa eompl.ta. rtt ,
Apply to O. W. MOWbRSUN. Ill) W. I44tn aa.YYr '
II ANN EPS. .Ilibtly damai.d. for bntsr. villas4' , u
earl, anrr.y, trooory. .xpr..., farm. traea,vjEt
S7.60I ladlla' and s.ntl.m.n'a.aaddlM. tt.49-'r '
tl jlna tirldlw. "oo. POLLOCK. 77 Warran at.. ,
HuHSn, topd.llr.rr w.fon and barnna, f7S;Ua' n"
bojjy. 'JS. OHOiJEIt. 864 Wa.t SOth at.f
UA1L COACH, vfty bandaoa., lifbl and par- .
trotly appolnUdi bnllt by J. B. Br.witof i Ooj; . ;
ao Ileal n.ad I. aqaal to new; alto SET FOUK-ilt- .
HAND HARMiSSi navar b.n aad. VAH; V' t
TAlSSKLL A KEARNKY.130 and lit FaM l3th .C'
PARTY bating laria plaea In Jaraaywonld Ukr,'
lera of bora, to hoard for anatmar montaa at SlSi ;
a nontb; good rof.r.no... Addrata C. box H-.T
Where World "Want" Ads. May Be Leftf
BATTERY TO 14TH STREET, EAST OF BROADWAY.
10 Wall st. 1 4th st., East, 48. i Bowery, 162. Grand at., 233, 54Cfc V
14th St., East, 25, 44, Ave. A, 52, 82. Canal st., 17.
214. 2d ave., 14. Division st., 157. ni j $ !
14th st., cor. 3d avo. 1 4th Ave., 157. I Frankfortst., 7. I hA
BATTER) TO UTH STREET, WEST OF BROADWAY. ;f
3d st., Feat, 55. 8th ate., 70. Hudson st, 415. Variolc Bt., 19a '
14th st., West, 2; 20. Bleecker st., 210, 325. Hudson sL, 495. ' 'v.'jC
6th ave., 152.,, 224. Universityplaoe.il. )J
CAST SIDE, ABOVE UTH STREET, TO 126TH STREET. ,
23d st East, 162. 89th Bt, East, 173. 3d ave., 177, 329, 493, 2d ave., 713, 788, 'lSl&V .
42d Bt;, East, 26. 125th st, East. 156. 554, 604, 650, 844, 850, 133iTl3p6,.1519, 1468jj?M
47th Bt., East, 159. Ave. A, 1651. 942,957,1026,1052; 1423,1663, 2163,. 2363,. -i
48th fit,, East, 203. . Madison ave., 763, 985. 1096,1162,1338,1504,
64th 'st, EaBt, 154. lBt ave., 330, 1708. 1663, 1921, 2051, 2110, 7 "i
69th Bty Eastj 206. 2254. '
' WEST SIDE, ABOVE UTH STREET, TO 12BTH STREET. i
23d st, West, 124, 270. 1 125th st, West, 104, 9th ave., corner 57th st, Amsterdam ave., 95, t
34th st, "West, 263. 217, 243. 856. 745. ' ' T.'
39th st, West, 59. 6th ave., 381, 666, 821, Columbus ave, 142, 251, Broadway, 1227, 1242, i
42dst, West, 106,257, 990. 453,469,708,729,852, 1267,1397, 1775. , ' V
402. 8th ave., 90, 254, 387, 90. ; "i
1 124th st, West, 244. 836,904,2180. ' " K$
NORTH OF 13BTH STREET.
145th st, West, 320. 138th st, East, 631. 8th avo., 2428, 2477, 7th ave., 2157, 2263. ,
130th Btand Lenox ave. 3d ave., 2345, 2617, 2682. 10th ave., near 157th at,'' V.
Foot of West 13'0th st. 2662. , ';
Bedford ave., 382, 451, Fulton st., Arbucklo Graham ave., 282, 829, Second av.e. and 54th sfc. a
1063,1071,1260. Building. '408. Third ave., 641. "' u"
Broadwav, 48, 153, 290, Fulton Bt, 1149, 1179, Manhattan Crossing and Fourth ave., 71. ' "U?,,
376, 862, 1364, 1778, 1369. Fulton st. Fifth ave., 69, 240, 4J&,T,
corner Gates ave. Flatbush ave., 99. Monroe st., 211. Fifth ave., corner Part rtj'j
Broadway, corner Myr- Beid ave., 267. Myrtle avo., 859, 1152. place. 1
tie ave. Halsey st, 964, 772. Balph ave., corner Mar- Seventh ave., 413.
Court st, 63, 361. Atlantic ave., corner ion st Prospect ave., 40. -,yi
De Kalb ave., 717, 919, Georgia. Balph ave., 92 A. Boulevard.corner Pros-! 'lp
424. Grand st, 335, 273; 277. Sands st., 69. pect ave.
Fulton Bt.,397, 824. Columbia st, 254. Waverly ave., 165. '.
HOBOKEN, N. J. JERSEY CITY, Af. J. '
Hudson st, 69. I WiUow ave., 631. Montgomery Bt., 38, 76. Newark ave., 166. SsJ
Washington st., 107,410 1 Newark ave., 747, 79. Grand st. & Summit an. u
NEWARK. N. J. Grove st, 496.
Broad Bt, 774. Market st., 180. fort LEE, N. J.
Fort Lee Ferrv-Houso. ' ;
i I"! ,",
girl I Well, whoever sett her will b ,,.'.
lucky man. (Mr. Lampson Is seen arJ-;,.
proachtng-.) Hush I Don't mention h,,
In front of this this thing-. . -r '
Sir Robert He's coming- to ask ui;"lo)
dinner. What a bore I p
Copt. Vernon You can refuae. f ,
Sir Robert-H'm! He'a rather a bl
man In hla way, you know,, (Looking!,
up at the Intruder.) How do, LampaonT
Mr., Lampson (heartily) How are ye,'
Sir rtobert? Beautiful as uaual. What
a button-hole! I want you to come and
have a little dinner with me, to-morrow;
Excuse short notice. Amphitryon and
I'll see to the wine myself. So you can't
Sir Robert Well, you know
Mr. Lampson I don't know. I only
know you're coming. You always do.
Er (Looking nt Capt. Vernon.) Per
haps you've some engagement with your,
friend? (Pauses, and Sir Robert at
length Introduces them to each other.)
If ao, why not bring him? May I count, t
on you. Capt. Vernon? ,
Capt. Vernon-Well, you see J ' ,
Mr. Lampson I don't see. I never se j
when I don't want to aee. You must i ,
come. It'a rather a great occasion for
mo. Don't tell every one, though. I aup
poae It will be In all the papers soon
enough, but the dinner will be one of my 4
last bachelor entertainments. I'm colruj, ,
to be marrUd. . '
Capt. Vernon (very languldly,L an
looking out of the window) IndeedJ
Er fortunate lodyl . V
Sir Robert (looking Mr. Lampson u
and down, and curllnc his mustache)'
Who on earth Is going to marry you.
Lampson? - (e
p Mr,. Lampson-MIss Barbara Wat-dour- ,
thrrlncsss of Chlna.-Blck and VTUU.u
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