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THE WORLD j THURSDAY EVENING. ftpVEMBE'ft !, 1903. I
SPORTING ID. MID GOSSIP. Simon-Furo Amateur Boxing May Be in Evidence This Winter. Harvard end Yale Elnta Down to Hard Practice. There a'f IndlCatlonl that the coming Winter will witness, In a measure, the rourrectlon of the amateur boxer. There are signs that the amateur boxer the strut (Old medal amateur who has been In the background fur two or three sea sons past! will aejain bu In evidence. There Is a noticeable reaction In his favor from the six and eight round and h imetlmea not-on-the-level professional. fhe Pastime Athletic L'lub will be first I i Hi Hi II this season, with an amateur Ihow .it Macnnerchor Hall Dec. 8. The Metropolitan Ao.-latlon has selected pec. -1 a'"1 H as ,,,e dates of Its cham j.. inshlpe. It l announced that the latter "ttill ! the first real amateur tourna ment hill lu Xew York City." This will hardly 1- the case, because the 1'asttmes emnhull illy ay that their show will 1,. in mi item performance in the strlct ,, i ;, ii ii lalfon of the word. The Pastimes have hit upon a very clever Mil, .i .! tract entries. They propose to ajva -II medals, warranted at 'least H iji it I'tlN. to not only winners hut see on 1 moil as will. It Is arnued that there II h i plenitude of men willing to try , for these medals, because there are lots ,f vouna h.ixers just sprlngliiK up who. I though to. it- ambition may extend be- yo-i 1 .ini.iti'iirlsni and me.la. recognlgs thai Ihla ll an excellent way to And out now K"i"l they are. an 1 whether their I mill i i liiuie ..nd wealth, or rather wealth and fame, Ilea through pugilism, ii doesn't i. iite long to acquire a reputa tion it boxing If ii man lias It In him. The runtime event will serve as a feeder of the Metropolitan championship. These two shows will he followed by others if thev do well, and they should do well, foi patrons of boxing are a lilt palled with professional shows. At the r . in boxing show if the New York A. C. one of the members remarket: "1 am I tired of this." Ulve me the three-round amaleur show again." And those who 1 heard him echoed his wish. I I ... The Harvard and Yale football teams J have settled down to the hardest kind of practice work of the year. They are looking ahead altogether now. past struggles heln quite forgotten for the J time 'being. Kach of these teams has two I hard games aneud. peneotion of I the team play is tne great object to be attained now. The team that excels in this resnect at Sorlngtleld will most I likely win. Since Bpule succeeded Falr- i hllu as Murium s quartcr-bacK U.e team work of the crimson lias s.iown an Improvement. The lucks are not haftdl- t'apiie.l by Palrchlld's slowness and get away faster. There is some sign of In terference now, especially on end and tackle plays. Crliics tav, however, that blocking Is mill one of the weakest points of Har vard's play. That fault was very notice i I able in the Harvard-Cornell game, the Ithacans getting through with ease sev eral times. Harvard will find blocking off Yale men a m ich harder task. The I I game with Pennsylvania apparently ln't worrying Harvard much, but it's the nus.' or a good deal of thinking down hi Philadelphia. The necessity of strengthening the Mackey-YVoodrufl part I if the line Is fully appreciated. This change Is contemplated to bring Oliver I I over from right tackle to Woodruff's f H i'ii.. at left guard, and put Reese back Be In his old position at right tackle. YVood Sb tuff has undoubtedly been weaker in I I his position than Mai key at tackle, but i I Muokey will face the best tackle in that I tv game he has yet played against New- eili. and If Harvard don't make gains I jMt where Yale and Princeton did It I will he a surprise. Br 9 Have Brady and Mitchell signed artl- ' eles. or have they not'.' Is a question t I which Is agitating the sports. He thai 0 I hi it may. there seems to be u mutual understanding ot some sort, that the J contest will take place. Mr. Mason, rap- 1 I resenting the Duval Athletic flub. Is sat r I istled; Brady is satisfied, and so is Mitchell. Sufficient guarantee has been furnished all parties concerned to tiring 1 I about this Btate of affairs. Brady, how - I ever, put up his 11,000 that Mitchell wouldn't meet t'orbett In the ring. But ' I Krady. no doubt, is willing to pay S1.000 r I for the opportunity of getting Mitchell , I In front of Corbett. Maxey More, the I wi'll-known N. Y. A. C nian. was agreed iipiui as referee without much cavil. - I Mitchell has le.ft the city to fulfil Ills theatrical engagements. He will prob ably begin training about the middle of i tecember. 1 I P.eisimental atnletes are discussing the . I case of H. K. bi. lings. N. Y. A. C. who . I has left the Twenty-second Regiment to become a memher of Company B, Seventh I I Regiment. Billings U the half-mile f I metropolitan champion. He will compete I In the regimental hulf-mile champion ship at the Seventh's games, 'tis said, ' li. Dee. 9, The other companies of the regi- I ment don't like It. for the race Is re- r I garded as a gift for Billings, and It looks - though he hud been corralled for that especial purpose. If Billings competes in i I these games he will be Ineligible for any - I nine A. A. U, games. That brings up I another story that several Seventh Kegi- 1 ment athletes, who arc debarred by the ' I Beventh Regiment A. A. I'. split from i I competing f"- the handsome regimental . I prises, would petition the A. A. U. ut Its n next meeting to adjust matters so they I could erter tile regimental games. This !t' r port is un the itithorltv of an A. A. I'. official, but Is denied by a Seventh offi cial. One of the signers of the petition Is s.iid to P.- Billings. There ate wheels within wheels. In the meanwhile, the Twenty-second Regiment will hold games. ' I .in I Billings may come over and beat i I h.s former comrades. i I ... I I I'. T. Bowen, fhe English cyclist, has smashed some more tricyle records. He n entlv lowered the two, three, four and five mile records nt lb" London County Grounds. Ills time In each event follows: Two-mile, 5m. 4-5.; three mile, 7m. 4.1 4-5.; four-mile. 10m. 21 2-6s. . live-mile, V2m. 5 2-5s. .... Hither Howell or Ashlnger will prob ably be the bicyclist to ride against horses at Madison Sijuare Harden next month. Both are speedy men, and par ticularly good for a long race, as tills will tie 'I he cyclist will ride on a hoard track eight laps to the mile Just Inside of a tanbark track for the horses. The event Is attracting much attention from horsemen and bicyclists. ... The management of the broadsword tournament, to take place at the Harden 'i I...: !: tglvitlg week, has Just secured three entries, all of whom are sword w ielders of note. They are Italians who won distinction in their native country hv their skill with the sword and rapier. They are B, I'lnl. K. Hreio mid C. IVs slna. and each is a chevalier. A mounted broadsword combat Is new to them, but as they know how to ride a horse and have laid low numerous European fen cing champions, thev calculate on holding up their end. ... Qeorge Slddons and Jimmy Lynch are to meet to-morrow to sign articles for a fight for $1,000 u side. . Eugene Qlannlnl, the Y. A. '. ath letic Instructor, is experiencing difficulty In getting together a gymnastic class. The customary Ladles' Day gymnastic exhibition may have to be foregone on that account. ... Frank Ives is making some slashing big averages In his billiard practice. Ives, Schaefer, Slosson. Is the way one billiard expert says the big three tour ncy In this city will end. ... A match race of two miles, straight course, on the Coney Island road, for a gold medal, between Alfred Howarth, of Division avenue. Brooklyn, and Qeorge Meyer, of South Ninth street, Brooklyn, has been arranged for Nov. 30. ... The Mitchells and the Shamrocks will play a irame of Quelle football at Man hattan Kleid Saturday. ... S. O. M. There Is no charge, hut we haven't always the space to publish the account of the game. HIS WEAPON A SHEATH KNIFE. Weber Quarrelled with Hie Employer and Then Rll'ed Himself. The body of Suicide .lames Weber Is at Moron's undertaking rooms, 33 James street, to-day. awaiting a claimant. The dead man was twenty-seven years old, a waiter, and lived at the lodging house. 15 New Chambers street. Peter Johnson, the proprietor, found him lying across the bed in his room at G o'clock last night, stone dead. There was a big Jagged cut in his throat, the bed clothing wae saturated with blood kJ on the floor lay a big, blcdy sheath knife He retired shortly after midnight yes terday morning, saying he had qtnii relled with his tmployer the day before and quit work at t'-e "Home" restau rant on Greenwich street. He left noth ing to denote why he hud taken his life, and nothing is known of his relatives. COAL SCHOONER ASHORE. The Richard P. Chute Fast Near Jor.eVs In'e? -Crew Rescued. The schooner Richard B. Chute went ashore near Jones's Inlet, Long Island, about 2 o'clock this morning. The schooner v as bound from Philadelphia Oct. 6, for Plymouth, Mass.. with a cargo of soft coai. Capt. Burdlck and a crew of five men were taken ashore In the surf boat of the South Beach Life Station, and ate being cared for there. The Richard B. Chute was built In Walerfc.rd. Conn.. In 1891. She is 129 feet long :il feet beam and 10 1-2 feet deep. Iter hailing port is New London. She has a register of 291 tons. PHIL ALTSIHGER HELD. Be Ran Down Affect Owe-' Martin, Who Died from Hie Injuries. Phil Atslnfrrr. proprlet-v of the Union Hill Tandy Factory, was luM In .Ifffer aon Murktt Court to-day for examina tion on the charse of running down Owen Martin, Aged Plxty-flve, on the Howery ut Fourth street yesterday afternoon. Martin was taken In an ambulance to St. Vincent's Hospital and Atslnger was locked up. Martin died art the hospital. Royal 1 Baking Powder Is the J Greatest of helps. 1 With least trouble and r labor it makes bread, 2 biscuit and cake of fin- 'est flavor, light, sweet, appetizing, assuredly di- gestible and wholesome, l I TWO OLD FOOLS. The Stortj of a Bloodless Duel and a Prompt Reconciliation. 1 "I lleebe'B hat lay on the plasia- fl ior, and Col. Becbe himself, his long, thin I m;s hanging from the hammock, w.n enjoying Indolently his Henry flay While be debated whether he should go i I o.r to see the Major now, or wait un- I I til It Waa cooler. He hud Just decided In favor of waiting, when he heard a I t I trampling from the side of the house. l'or a moment he gave it little atten- tiun. Tnen the long-drawn bay of a , I hound came to Ids eara. The Colonel's feet dropped to the floor and hla head I was ruined. Another from the Invisible hound, and he pulled himself to hla j I fcet, picked up hla hat and turned down ,. I Hie low stone atepa In the direction of I H "'i' sound. Aa he came around the corner of the U I I' "use. there waa a sudden crunching of . I "'a gravel on the driveway, a bellow of "ilugled fear and anger, and the Colonel aa knocked fiat by a yearling heifer which, snorting Its surpilse, trail. d ucross the grass-plot, hotly puraued by the Colonel's hound. The Colonel quickly scrambled to his feet. Indulged In an appropriate amount of profanity and looked about for fie cause of his downfall. Hi saw the heifer and the hound. The pursued was mak ing at top speed for a gap In the stake-and-rlder fence, where the crushed rails showed that Its head and feet had been at work. As his eye fell upon the brok en fence, he again Indulged In some highly-flavored remarks, and followed them with un encouraging yell to the bound. Inspired by this, the dog prompt ly bit the heifer In the flank, neaily tumbling It over In the gup In the fence and drawing from It a buwllng cry of dis tress. The Colonel dashed forward to urge on the hound, but Just as he reached the fence, there waa a shot from the bushes, and the hound came scorn -lng back, Ha tall between Its legs. At almost the aame Instant a long-legged man emerged from behind a tree-trunk a little way off and ran forward, all the while endeavoring to pour powder and ahot Into the barrel of the gun which bo IN THE WORLD OF LABOR. Furnitur fforfctlf I'nlon N.v 13 Will ''ft nw i. nvipni imam " mAl ittutdljr. Th Inttrnfttlonil Tatttora t'ni.m hi j.in"i in- k light ..f Labor, it win ftlw I chi tor Bttt kitihinlay. Th Fourth Dlrtalofl of th" lthorera' I'n'oll Protect! T Horlrry hold .in Iniptitiint n.ili t th KBt Rtd Halt. MO Arm lie a. tufi m Ifcf KlKtrlcal Wotkeri' I'nlon So 9 h mir veM In (trgjaiiitini- i hi thop ' r I I i .irr.ir (Jowdtll, I'hnmlcri mroi nnl Wnt Ufnodwoy, AmnlRamatfl !lram Worktri I nlnn Nfl 1 h;i Instructed it iii'ifKnto t,i t ha- Dmum Worhrr Trad found I lo oit- tn far of disbanding that IhkIv. lrxan-Wr Ma-tln Walhli r ! of tht Pro fcait a-". iri inn f HtMm i hi. i- llvlnom, t pott that trailf in Ifflpr nig t- r Ihfl m r: I i m of hln urutinlfithin. m lYntvir'i ii"p th brH workera hn bra Munpfllcl tn return 'n thf -Ii -ti -hour WorMlajr. Th unloni hma nn Jurladtetlon orr 'h. shop riKar-Makrra' L'nlon N fl atatea that lha at likes noa n hand In thin v. m.i be in at nn rarlv ilntf ThH wi k four now members sure anrolleo. i'nvr-s Pnlon So i i.. o-n k of i- i" nhf an intertalnmenl fr ihr hi-ncnt of Mlrhaal M'-ih.ni .h hi Weber's Hall Throop and i Kslb avenuea Dmokt) i ihi evenlni ''iKar-MskprH I'nlOfl N 10 mill Uks l uiMtti th- amendmenia pi inoeed lo ih1 onatitntion of th- tsar-Maker' International t nlon t-n .sun day, Woi II, a' :i Raat ieventletk streel nHftatea Koebler Malloj and Conner wpri sp pointed ss ji sparlal rommlttee b) the Monrl of h- ii ;.iiis t r iiniMiiiK t'onatrw torn reaterdaj lo mak.- an an.mi't to settle iht- strike of th.- r hi leetural Iron workera .it thr r h ip if - llus h mann, :i Cannon street. It Mrai reported nt pKirrda'! mTiins nf th" Hoard i f Walking Delegates tht thf Kink for areekh itnvmfnin nn a )h t Reventy-nlnth atn"-! an. T nth avenue hnl been iron t th Amalga matt'l So lelj f "urp ntrt ami Joiners j ArrnnllnK lo the ntin,jii! report of lbs Worklna women's ProtecUva I'nlon, "j lawied, 4(7 pom rlfnts of women "h" nmtii had nm been paid ware Investlgattl, prnplmmpnt mir prorured for 4fi mnmrn. ami 13,371.14 fr wagea In arreara as recoveml, i stnki hu I'cm avoided on the np building at Mlsty-aeventfi it real and Weetorn Boulevard, f r which Contractor larrj f'rniht ri b iti i hrlckt, an tht prnprlrtttr of ih- building J', prom Ised th.it nnh material bandied us unimi nun would bf iv.i in ih future. Several delegatea t ih- Itouraa du Travail In Pari" hays been expelled frpoi the labor oranni. i ti'ni repreaanted t u.. m ror participating in ih om-'iai featlvltloa glvan b thf rlty t the trli I ng officers and marines of h- rtusslao n. j I'lr-meua I nil n No 4: ba n gaaened Ma mem h.ra "" rents m h to .ivint the loeketl-otii brew rv workmen of At, Louis. The t nlon will make I appll. jtlnn f'ir a i hartor from the Knlchtr. of Labor, Secretary Wnltner hna rentanrd. and h.n luceaiaor i to be sleeted next week: Labor unlona In the Western Stat . prlrolr-all- I M1Miurl and Kanwaa ere hov 'itthiR Armour ment. us ihe Armour I's'-kmc Company Is Hchtitm r organ I sod labor It fn reported that m severe) Nt lea the branch stores o the boyrotted coneern ! h'il to he cloned. s thev were no Ii nnor patron I Ised bj et B'ltn lent nimlifr of people to pay ex : IM-I1SPS. I Thin week Hie finun lal nffh-er of the Journev men TtilP.rs trote.llve and lleneoli-nt Inmn le- pfiKlted a KiirphiK (,f S4W at the ir I m k SaV lnet Itank Membera William H.im. II Vv and Philip Casllls dim entitled to benefits. The r-v- hers employed at Jtfll h -V. : hpe pmtna, atnenl- menla to the ion1Hiitlnn and hvlawa. whP h ; arc to bf di4iiaei at the next quarterly meet In? The K of l eoopcra wh-i arc working at I fjeornc lle-htela Imwery p'titpat a(tatnit a re port maile hy the ileleate .f the PrOffTOasIVS Coppers I'nlon tt. the Oentral fabor Kederellon ssaertlng thai non union uopers wars m.l iel at the brewery, Th.- K of I. coopers hu. the) were taken for non-union men he. nisn ihn kept . the bualness of their orgmalsatlon to thcmsplve!' "Cloaer unity of all labor intreF',' Ib the aeneral iv ainotie nn mbera of lor organise lions ever) where r .1. McQulre. c.pn-rai St re lary or ih l nited Brotherhood of carpentcrn nd .lomern. writes to a friend In thin rlty; "Real nsaun I I Khali do all I .an in the m xt Conven tion of ih- Amerl an Federation f Labor In the dfrertii.n of unity. I trust that the K. of L., In Its evasion tn this city, may make pre Ileal arrangement-i to the desired end." The Building Trsdea Se. tlon nf the Central La bor I nlon j:,i.. SQ ( i the Hf.ar.1 of WhIi'ir !.l ejrateh yeaterda) for the defense if the Rve dele gatea tthfi wre arrested Tiie day morn nit tn the l:i .Millionaires' t'lnh house. Sixtieth Street . nd Fifth nvemie. t h iraeo with .'.n irarj Th. dele gatea ore out nn hull and their examination Will I take place next Monday at the Jeffenon Market ! Police Court It waa said :' yeatertlaj 'a mee' inn ol the it. aid nf Walking Delegates that the ' arr-at nt the fe deleaatej wan rauaed by mem bers or the Board if Delegates of UmidinK Con- i atructora. The wi.rr.mtn e. i ved nn the arraatad I delecatef; were to the eVst t that they have di -' prlved a painter named O'Connell who whn w-.rk i tn; tn the club-hooaa and had been dfachsrgail I for he it a a ' - .il." of a l baoce of earn tne a llinir Thev n.re therefore uulltv of vi.ljtlnK the Conspiracy lawa. Ex-cflF'ant DI strict At lorney 'ioff baa been engaged as counsel for the Board of Walking Delegates NIAGARA HACKMEN WIN. Thejr Can Polic't Cuatom on Re-.lroad Prem'see. my A.noi-t '..I Pth i I NIAGARA FALLS. Nov. 16. Judge I Manley C. Qraen. of Buffalo. Ikir granted I an order vacating the injuncti na obtnined I by tilt Shelby, Brown, Randolph nd T.it- ters.n companies acainst tlie Now York Centra1 granting them the privilege of the atatlon yards and platform to solicit passengers, He also Kfanted an order denying the motion to vaca e an Injunction obtained hy the railroad to keep all outside hack men off the Company's premises. Secra": Societies Denounced. iiiv a i lata I Pri I UTICA, Not, la.. Tha anmi.t reinvention f tha N'.w nrk Slul. inrjsti.ll AatOclattOB DPPOBed ! wrr.1 KOrlt-tl.. rlo.ril ).jtlTda. Hc.nliltl MH w.re ailoptp.! daaouaclni tacrel Hori.ti... ami itn followlaa oStcari .re elected: rre.iii.ni Hi", a. R. W.IUr.. of Svra.'iiiu'. aacrttary, it.v. w ii. I'laik. of BlnshamUrai TraaauraTi Rar. ' Wu.nJrulT. of ninghamton. Niagara Power Will Soon Pe Applied (By Aaaoelaiad i'r..? KIAOARA t'Al.l.C. Nov. 1C - Tha turhln.a for tha tnnn.l. .l.,riil In Phi la.leti-hin. ha been tela Rr.pht'l ror, an-t na'.r lll lie lnrn.il Inl.i Ih. wheal pin. nf th. papir mil is about Dee. "-1 Thin w.li lie th. Hint appll allon nf tunnel pn.-r Iron Manmacturore Will Cut Wagea. (By Aaaai iat.it Pr.aa.i PITTSBt'nO, Nov. 10 -Th. Iron and ate.l ah.n manufai tur. a will ln.li.t ii(m.d a to per e.nt. re duetlon In maite. nn matter what a.tlnn the ni,0 aani.Oe.l n' latli u ma) take al lb. II Convention in ru to-nerrow. Economical People ft n.l that ri ist'h iitM Weal 14Ui --t ) is the tiet plat v for lurnU'iri'. I carried. At the fence-gap he confronted Col, ' B '.die. There was a mutual start as the nun recognised each other. Then the i Colonel recovered himself. "Major Haw kins!'' he broke out; "i believe you have 1 shot my houn I!" "1 have done tb.it very thine'" re- ! turnc'l the .Major with decision. "And let me add, sab. thnt I shall repeat the I porformani very time that brute of ours chases my i attic!'1 Thl Major and be wire old cronies, i and. though both were hat-blooded, they never hnd a serious falling 0 it. and the Colonel tried hard to restrain his temper. But tills was the third time that the Major' heifer had trodden down tbe fence sepftrattnsj the properties and made havoc with the Colonel's garden. The latter fell that patience w. II iiIkIi had ceased to be a virtue, particularly ; In view of the Major's threuts. "Major Hawkins!" be bean, and I there was slKiiltlcance In his use of the title: "I have no wlah to foment any trouble, but most positively I shall not allow that cuttle' of yours on my place i again. See that she is kept off. pleuse! 1 A3 to ahnotlnK my dog, aah, that I. u matter which only an apology from you can recompense me for. and I trust 'you will render me one Immediately?" "I will do nothing of the kind! The ' best mint; you can do la to ehnot your whelp and aave me the trouble of doing sol" and the Major tapped hla gun sug gestively. I "Then all I can say." came slowly from the Colonel's lips, "Is thut you an no gentleman!" The Major started as If be hnd been Stung. For the Instant he did not i . -.. I I iMt IhS Import of the words. Then a FOR OTHERS' BENEFIT: IVHV As t T1MYKK MAKB Tills MTMOHU HTATBMBT. He Haygl I lnlr Ttlli islfisrni lor thr tin rill olT liner Lo rr i'routilr 1 nn I ttnn. I IImmmir ml IMii-nn ,11 C nn -I nw in AM "nflrrlnn irmit i ninrrlia" A. i. Thayer H vw :1n4;i leAfnyette avenue, lu- i.iii in nn Intcrvlrrt rritntl) he salt I: w lion i ut nt i. Dortnra Mii anil ino I rnnltl not iin rithi tlinuiah m dum nt nil I had s i n nisiiiTii njma and n tlull, llirtl ffol in'. iirini Hnuu'. Mj -1 i 'Jul n"i stwin lu real me Titan, ws n rliiffliia m mj t-.ir-. i u fu sv if i hnd ii RrvnveoMall llic while. My rt- tiM-iwii' n't iW I hn'i srvcra apallatf rnnsh Inii i nt ii duy i.n-i i iym -'i istantly KpactorgttDCa A. . THAYI it. " in lhamnrniiiK" ' waa altk nl wj Momach. I ii.i'i nsiappiHllr, in fgol l iii h- Uioiigli i -M.'. .i pliyrriealwrpoka I wenl to a grml man) iloctnra, tin nevoi n-t 1'iwi any hcnrllt until 1 nlarad my arlf ttiulri ihAirarcuf Hoctiirs MoiMyanil Nnttw. liny it moved n number ol iii pus tumors riswi nt now w thou l t"t'' me llm alliehtm pain, mid In n -Iiti time I Ml great relief, I now brentlie tttrooffli my no n itit corf' ri ea . The j ringing i" my '-an im- ceaa i i f' ! nrlglil iitou arlalng and eal and sleep well. I feel like an other n ru now, l recommend I r n-. Mct'oy and Hnnw to all aufTrring from -ntanh. I .' th's statement in.-, the. bmptit of iboae wboira t r. Ubled as I ww. ' ' SVM KSH'l TKKA i MIAT BY MAIL. un ton Mil y nnd Mitiw turceaafutlj ir-nt ratnrih tiy mail. Ttieae pin slelans have i teal ved Ibnuaanda of lettera from grateful pntinti iertl Tying m the fact nt their wonderful Improvement. A FREE TEST TO ALL WHO APPLY. DoctOff Met n ii ml Bnon anilOUDca that nil u ho apply In person at their offices will ie eaamlned, preaciibed tor and treated upon their tint visit without u i-nn to pay DOCTORS M'COY AND SNOW. OFFIC.BMi 313 MADIHON AVDIE, CUIINBB OF ttD faTHBBT. OPPOSITE THE U It AND ( ENTII II. DEPOT. AM) 833 BBOADWAVi COHNBB i t i n rVTUBBT. Domestic Sewing Machine BnUdlnc Naw York City. If you Uvaat adlataooe write for aaytnp torn blank. Addreaaall lettera to 315 Hadlaon avenue. Offloe hours: Oto ii A. M.. '2 to 4 p. M. omlfltoOP. M. dally. Hundaya, n a. m. to a p. M. Tbree Convicts Escape. (My A"i,rt''la'''l Prai j I iOiA UOIA. B. c . Nor. ic Hsnrj Goggloa, Kilov Phillirs rn.l V. B, Moore, wliitf roorlcta wirkinK on n-.- pnittentlary Btate rjrm, ovtrpow en 1 lbs K;iri I'i.i,... i.. K hi gun fp-m mm, an. mads ihi (r t? spa A poaas i in nimuit. Freeh Bra'temnn Kl.led. Hj Vssoclati i Pn - I VI vi:n"1 Int. Nov, IC serious wre- k urred or tht ltaltimo.e ani nhio Boutbwaatam nrr ihi rlt) jesterday A frrintit Irnla its railed, kiinnp lirakeman Cbarlea B. Net, of ash- 1111 m lad. Last two days ol our MIKADOEXHIBITION with all its novel and interesting features- In order to makr this occasion memorable, et in'l Ktll on Friday and Saturday over 5,000 arti cles of Japanese TFom of 2SC" every description ut park. ' Worth aiort tlian double. SOUVENIR TO EVERY VISITOR. 58 West 23d St. dull flush crept ititu hla cheeks, usually very nullum ami he said concisely: "You. urn ,i Mar, suh! Tiiu fal i vvorrla were spoken. Thf color chilli into the Colonel's face; tin Major's Mush xr deeper, while his eyea returned the flash in these of ihi other. The two f.ui'il each other In ei lence for a moment. Bach na ko taken nlnn k tli'it for the Instant the Insult ol the other could tlml nu adequate re turn 111 speech. Then the t'uionei drew himself iii and sal. I icily: "Vou nn null'! stun l that tills means only one tiling?" The Major replied i'ii the silt-Meat of bows, "1 have a pair of I Istola it mj ho lai continued Iho Colonel. "With your i i mlaslon I will semi for them. The sooner this is settled the better." The Major Incline.! his head 11 trifle, and the other turned anil called: Israel! Israel!" There was no reply, and aain he rnlscil his voice. This time there as .in answering call and a shufBIm of fet t which raduaily became more distinct A little later h white-haired Old darky came Into view. "D'yo call, Marso Kiinu'l?" he askeil, Stopping at the erlge of the bUShSS nnii acrapltifc with one foot while he fln i;ereil a battered straw hat. "Yes." sal. I the Colonel. "You know those pistols or mine in my drossln cuii.''.' Fetch them lo me!" "Vo dew din pistils'.'" "Vps. Be quick!" The darky looked nt the men In turn. lie noted the nttllude of each end the look In their faces. "Yo' ain't soln' t' fliht. marae?" he .Kt'svlthatantllnsj nil ndvrrilsel "II Ugll til'' IIIIHIIII, III.' btNUINE JAEGER UNDERWEAR, j Manufactured undrr tbe aapcrvlalon of Can be porchaaed, la ihla city, AT OUR TWO STORES ONLY Till rrirliriiird niiiliTn rn I iiiiiilr ii III' fliirett nun iol miri nl nil ollll rl uniform m ii ml n it iiiilif y. i list. ill tm must not lir Mit'lfil hv uiii.i nihiriltta un-iH i iniinni" lliut nn '' itin.il In niir- i ii ii he Mild m lortr irlrra. All GENUINE JAEGER Goods are. stamped with our Trade-Mark, cur taining Dr. Jaeger's portrait. DR. JAEGER'S SANITARY WOOLEN SYSTEM CO.! Mr. ifacfftls1 Hole ii'in'i cntHllM' in the I . H. MAIN RETAIL STORE, 176 FIFTH AVE., below 23d Street. Osr i.imiiN hnvr rrcrlTfd lour BWft1da lor rxrrllciio ut thr loluuihlna l.poU tlnn. ; TH6 j JAPANese FAIR,! ro West 23d St., Formerly at llronil.Tay nnd '.''Jil Hi. There are several varieties of rare and beautiful articles on our shelves that would make useful Birthday and Wed- , ding- Presents. Some novelties in Sal sumas. Cracker Jan., Umbrella Stands, Shell and Lead Portieres, Tea Sets, Silks, ' &c.,lcc, together with some choice, rare Ivories and Bronzes, have just arrived. I 70 West 23d St. F1N6 QUALITy SUEDE GIyOV6S, 11 in and SO button langtba, tan mid pvi-nlnx SlIUllcK. tlllllL.-il 'lu., II I i $1.50 pr. rromt2.stA, -. 4H Mini !. lis pair. Wa as parted to di' a ver mm h larattr bualttms tills Fall and impnrt'Hi too man) ol uiaaa flovea. Hence the Dry Goods and Kurnlshinti's. 723, 723. 727 Sixth Ave., N. Y. , Bel ll-t an. I I'J.I Sta. DRESSES DECLARED SEIZLD. U. e. D.atrlct-Attorney Will Act la tba Mm. Donovan Altered Sipuiriine. The Mvp trunki containing valuable Pariilun wearing Apparel, which were ilf-t:tln(i by the t'ustnm-Houp authori" ths ;is the property of Mnv Catherine Donovan, th fashionable Madison ave nue dressmaker :.il LVliai McEnroe, "f tn West one Hundred and Thlrtii th street, were formally declared leised to day, An app aisai of the articles a made this forenoon, and thi papers turne., over t. tht- United States District-Attorney for his action. NO POWER TO DEPORT CHINESE. Texas Judg-n's Dsclslor. In the Case of Iwenty i' :::.. iRv An.n. Ijtpl rr.-. t aAl.vi:sroN. t. . Nov. It Twenty Chinese were taken before Judg-e Mi Key, of the m Am mlo Federal Court, yesterday, churg l with violation uf thn cieary law. .1ui1k- ilaxi v announced thit he could only act hi such cases when appeal, i nr brought on habeaa corpus, thm the power of sentencing prlsonera to depor tation rested with Un- L'nted States t -'iinnilsHluiifr. The prisoners wfro ri--I eased. Hilti.itr f'allsava t n Innlr. I.ahib ii mi. u'11 and epidemics. iKi nrusdns. ventured anxiously, noi moving. "That's none of your business, you rascal!" thundered the Colonel. "Oo:-1 An Instant the darkey at i. nerv ously playing with his hat-brim. Then hi turne l and mo - -i .tw ;i j . Ths two un n ii. i not o .1, H' .1 Ii other. Somehow ihey disliked i". Tht Major atood hla nun agulnal the fen nn I took ii liinir time ti arrange li to his liking. The Colonel atrlpped the leavea from a iwls- ho broke from .1 bush Kaih hnd hii back towanla Ihe uther. The minutes wi 1 bj 1 11 at lual there w.i a aloa t p ..:, It i., 1 1 . ii.- up, II.. .11.1. Ill) liintly, a 11 1. h..n I thai lime ..:! 1 . uua i hi m lu . hnngo tit. ir minds, 11. lonki J I ip.- fUlly .It :!.. Ill I. Ill ';,.. ..,-., IUI :: ment. Both In Colonel iiuU ihe Mu r appear 'l ta cooll) leti rml - 1 n 1 .i'ii 1 in', though Ihe . .; 1 .. 1 - .1- fr in their . 1 eki Israel could 11 I 1 : - u .1. . 1 algl nt despair, a-hlch thi colonel heard. "Slhul up, ..11 1.1. 1. u ri.;' 1.. 1. .mi. 1 - .1 sa .in.-l . "Olve m.' Ihi as platola! Will Du grove uit .ui"' in- asked, turning to wards thi Major "Perfect!) ' aald tho Intfr. and 1 li three took up ihelr way. the Colonel leading the MaJoi next, and Israel, ai his mi t.i s immaud, bringing up the rear and dragging his r, ,. t m ii...u::i they were weighted r. . minute, ol walking, and ti ) . tnM to a wm.iii open apai ' .-in 11 mi ' 1 b in ss, Thi C ilom 1 halti 1 and 1 11 ad about w in this .in."' In nakt 1 Vi". ..ii.t thi Major, 1 Imply "Thers is no advatttags in aositloa, 1 beHeve. The sun siiinra at rues the glads. "Nonel" ... ij....a,a -. Simpson, Grawford & Simpson i Will offer to-morrow, Friday, in Flannel Department, 2SS Pieces French Stripe i FLANNELS, strictly all pure wool, in large variety of colorings, , at riCmvJjaa v Sold heretofore at 50c 6th Avenue, 19th to 20th Street. t BOYS TO SELL 1 1 I THE EVENINS WORLD IN THE TOWNS SURR3UNDIK0 1 NEW rORK CITY. X QBEAT CPP0RTC1ITIES f arc offrrr,! tn ttrifrht Brvs in " parts t New York. New Jersey end Connecticut. I .o s-Trt'on t nppfamrj. TlfF FVFN S f !M. "1U.I tn nl.ta In dementi It W sells wherever it n pMin4 v leeh m remltunre of Thirty tfiifMite end order ft i 2 htjpp'i for on neek. IU-juoMaMe alluw ' X s'i't " nnsotfl coplfHt X J For full particulars nddrees f THE EVENING WORLD, Pulitzer Building. New Vork Amusements. 14 IH STREET. IHttTHE, Hfll HTRBR1 NKAIililll AVE, .1 i.. tic n.i'iv-l Wino I POPULAR PRICES. Ull.l: I li KA W: Orchestra Circle and Balcony. 50c. n Mfirn iiiiirmml H.(a. 7 en4$l, '. TO-NIGHT SURE. li 1-1 pi ii. main i if the mllltatrs ounwHlj ttnuua MAINE AND GEORGIA, lit iionnri p. Taylor, ititn. I-. i-i- it i i i. mniaillsn, I.. II. - i in kit 11. 1.. I Brill nac lluiili. . li. I'll.- Anfieraonvllla Prlton, I'l -llv ,. Kl.Klul'l ll. i H I"' ABBEYS THEATRE. SlffiSffAS. MR. HENRY IRVT'G MISS ELLEM TERRY nnii the Lsmiftou Iv. nim Theatre lompnne. Every evenliie ihls and m xi swk si h ezrept ""jiiiinisiv eveiilnes uimI Knturday Matlneee t . H K KTi " 'n:llla ov.-iu.u at K Tin- rVH.' Mr Irvttig asMathlas, prvcided bj " Itetitar I i. i ul.t Mill H THKATRI HATH THE ENSIGN. Iff i-l W.,. Mi. MI 111 'l.l.. Ill HUM NN - Ml I 111 I M Mi 1 . TO-NIGHT, ,:,;,',- ,,,.,. . PHILEMON AND LAUCIS. l' SB f& sT A B i ... i ..-niii.. i.i s p.. BFgasi M rda: MsIIih. only. II nil '1 oi'ill a.HOI - i . I Vi H M I 111 A I III KTIM It ' UJIP IVY lhir-.lu . 1 i lint NtirblH ami Saturday Mslli . Til K win sa-iiiiliit M.'lii. IHI i IIAUIM BALI. Niil Wi k 1 III III ll-l II '. NK, A I HIP TO II IK. Mhiv w..i Hni Bat. Hestsni - i . . K0STER & BIAL'S: ADM. 50c. THEKOH'-i-NOOR llarri.-.i Veraun, Ails II v. Ulle. I . I'AlMllt- Till Villi I i "I". Mi' Mai, nmriA j jnn '"'' ''' "'' "-" ' HlbL o ihu. iv:l'rv''Mi;' I tIP KIM I. Ill ll lit . B " ii.VAMIi.'. LYD1A YEAMANr'-TITOS. v i.i .. ii. 1. 1 ..1 mu i ., ul i iii n i KWaHtoIS Mm-. Moil . Inir-. . -n i. iitViKs ! in; I'i'ici . -'. I n i m i r 1 I I i-n v . VI.' i vi. . II. IIPI. l ill I III l I.I III N. lit !.: Ki. I s mil ti Ihisiii ..ll ' DAI -i : ll i I r.l . I t I I: t -nil i M -. IS Sol Striln Rjss?I! ii April Weather. MATH WI iN I . - l.-ill ltl!A A I .'. All! Kit Till: t I III. -.. Mai u. ,1 THE PRUOIBstL DAUGHTLH. -I M: I III I i:i t i . !..! w,.l ,t -.,. JOScPn J.rTERbON as RIP VAN WINKLE. .STANDARD THEATRE. liS?fi I lli v.l .ll t AXI MA'IT'lll)A , CHARLEY'S AUNT. '.ii: we hi J bettei Icaa for pi III. ns inyh ' l I hi i ' ! n in 1 hi ! Ill Hipi i'J u in Into ih. 11 1 1 T ii M T . .il . i .. ills," ..hi ' hi ...I- ' II ". .. "I -. i.; ik 111 ..iiih. i n . ii 1 : -. 1 '; he i Jlnnel h iw .-1 ... nui. . . I i i ii ,. yoii tt i.i ... tififii 1 i ! . r . '.;...-,; : ;. rkfil "He hua il It In wltl ihi Nllgliti t . r sniii ! vi ii ' ' n niVii.' I ii." Mnjor i m i li ih.. laat tt.ir.is 'Then, Im.i. I, 1 i tin i 1 -. .' . .. - I i;i;t ' ' , ..tviii in.lr.1 th 'Iii I--; h ar in. ' ua tin !.. :.t -; . i K ipinu . I I.i m tt r i M Ve ni-.il -" i-iu .... I hi" ivraimiik nit i lull Hi mm . .1 over to ii "I i ' ..' moliunli's tu th ' ; 'li. i '.' ii-: t indri - . i i ighi ii" to ii. . i mi ! ; ! ,il ill-- lit.. ; : al ' ' liatani 1 1 mi a i iii nit' Iih I., an l.' km i 'ii lOlUlll'l, : ' .- r. i i,. JO III l il I : .' n pa ' rhe Majtir no.1 loj nn.l tl , n , i i.i i ' l more h-in .w i i . hilt il - V. .':'.. ' W nil liT Ihi l: Til ii ft'.il ll'.ltv hl : '. I : ..,1.1' l i. . lipped .-if "l.-r.i 1 tt i n iii.. Pliln time I Mj t i si agree- mi nl IV : 1 A llllliil.. ll: I.' .u I ! Ifl l-atlll I ' ' war. I s, .ii i . i ; i i lis, i no In lellhsf lianl a. lha ..I. .ii.' a orders h-' 'laid I hero in .. f.iiii-i in. trunk and liilacel his hi oiei- thoin. The Major SLAUGHTER ! IN Brass and Enamelled Bedsteads THIS WEEK. Jordan. Moriarty&Go. 155, 157 AND 159 EAST 23D ST. FURNITURE. CARPETS and UPHOLSTERY. JUST RECEIVED FROM ENGLAND ANOTHER HEAVY SHIPMENT WE ARETHE DIRECT IMPORTERS WE OFFER THEM THIS WEEK AT SAME PRICE SOLD TO DEALERS. AN IDEA S6.37; WORTH AT I, i:ST JM2.00. 5sj . 1 1 s t?a Al, r Jajlt 5 JinnssTAaV1 THIS WHITE ENAMELLED AND BRASS-1 ROD TOP BEDSTEAD. ACCOMMODATION , n iinti:li Amusements. HORSE SHOW, MADIMON NQI AUK IIABDKN. .Mil . 13, 14, 13, III. IT. IH. GRAND EXHIBITION OF HORSES. 1.000 ENTRIES. Turns da "i . nov. in. .V.OUMNd, Juilrinjl 1 InrU lie nil inn t uml Mnrr, I'i'nh nnd linrkiirvn In harnrsi. APTBUMIOM AMI KVIiMMi. .lu-!( -".. ''nnii III li.il"r. Ilin'knrv m lioi". iiii-aiini frlofl. Iinil-ii'i. Iii'l es lluiint-. 'Inirli'i'ii. f Mitril I'oilrr, Is'rnnd I'lirmli- (.1 nil PrlXP nn r-- i iixdarra by i wkkis. 1 V Anl.Ml v Ul'HK'. 14ihM. A Irvine IM. I'ldi'i ftl.OOi 7.v. .Vic. 8Ac IN OLD KENTUCKY. llATx. WFII..V AT. AT. hVK. T H. PROCTOR'S .'.'.. -i. nrsrlkb av -irninrrt n.ptill.'. Ill A M. lo lUDtl P. M ; nn.. Ml.-. : Hul.. J.V. : Oai. I'i. '."1 u'-. -I. Hill i hunijiil ttM-klt nQllUA lilt" H A V AM' H'l II -I,' UHOIIlU, Besinnliig Mornlaj Sov -Ui I. II I.I li It i BmKI.I. hi Till' PHlVj'KMS Ml Till:. I-.iiX I.K1K I: XOV OPEN. -..'- (.l. I' tt Ua " 111 lll .lll'V. TIIKI-' Hill M'. HI H 1IAI1 ASH ll7 II Mll'.i; 1 i il 111 . VM mil I l 1 n.-l lllli itt. THE MONSTER ORCHESTRION r. i - t-ry eflernoon end ewnliis. I HrR. JACOBS' THEATRE. iJSffll Mais. M i i THE Iiuini (i nn -i I but A cel. ninlJk. I . :. i -. 'tvh riorn.- u ,, . .. . v, . k Ir 1. 1 itr i n P Scout," EDEN MUSEE. World in W. M.fiii.i-Iiu It ui .' :'Ji I'. II lt.it Rv'KStH IIHAN11 VAI i l II I 1- it It I'. .'I: ll M 1 . Op. n ii -ii 11 lu i I thtll .i -i IKN'TH, PARK THEATRE. SSSfE ""d B SSSlA U 'ii I K Blltl Kri.lay. j BESSIE BONEHILL fujLm I t) i.. i i ill a l ' I lirua.lwai . i r nun si. v MARIE JANSEN il. I III- . I'-..! .1.11. -It -1. . tl I. WltMI'li'x A I' ." ,.,i KVANS AXI HIIKV llll'm. 'GRAND 2iW?AWi4Hl ,,.,, THE FOWEfi OF THE P8ESS. M 1 I I ll J . Ni i'l III M.'iii. ii-:. sss. 8 isaar v iit-UKltH4riiHi .Mini I n I v i ri it'ivay.i i.l iHiu - ll : XIIV i . MIXKH I" i.nrlrtur Kllnltl Mr i i Ml . li ' i: i. u- t l 1 . .- H I'. M.I .!' '.' II : ll' t'N I III A I l:l M 11 lUll t. M;. I'. KHi. i.i. iiiiniin kiik ui ti. i' i t 1 mr.1 llarricau III l'.-" I .- '. .. - In lint," I'.n.li.tln tt KUVKSUA1 MATINKW 1 ll KI1A ! II.: 11 I'll 1 Till Tit r.l 01 H -,'... J. 1 ru i i ' it Kit IM! i. mi p "i WILSON'S KKMIN11S. IltViXllPI.il I II i villi It - I '.-..l. v.i . I i .::,' iii. . 1 1 r m t 1 i.. . i .,1 . An. t Ut, a .1 It. I i , t .. I -i i :-"!! ment - - K i: .i ther TI i .t men :' .k portion I nn-1 th '.: i : . pn. - a .i i f. i : i about ao ua t-i fai i each ' - I i bit huskily. in it. iliri if 1 um kill ! I----in. i: 1 .i i dec. .:. burii II" The .; , . 1 ,.. ; ,-. ibis : i ir lei but the nexl In. mi ua. .is . ,;:n an l hla i . i :.i i laaive .- . r . ''I 1 1 - : i: ;'. , inj 'i ,t ' . ,- t ,i al '.' asl n ri n. . t :-.:: if th hnnda nn l .1 tviii , lips aa they i . l -i I i. ! . itlili thi II I.-1H I'.- 'I r.i ri i . iv . ' 1 I'll I : ; ' yoi l t hi ..'ID ' thi ii "Til i . 1 logi hei aii.l a ; i it- -in iko i urlaln i n i Irll l : is Ij b : ire I n .li. mull', of air . . inel aa rei I as ever, .'!: a! !. nn I pwnil ut i nl hla opponent, H: . . - foil upon thi Ma apiaretitl) .' . : : .. i i : m iii liher ki b il : . tt i Hash o( 'i li il . of .- q.llt itl BI II .-.;' IIU rlili. .il. Ill . M ,j ,; i . i ivanl. "Thai waa an inexcusable miss of yours. Col Heebi i exel ilm 1 N . tt uraa than i oui il ij i Haw- I . i.i i i.'-l the i 'ol inel ' 'r. 11 i i ,111,1.1 itoi 1 1 light 1 l.ii i-ii '.ill b.it. hit lo a ct rtalnl) : " Ths trlKit.'r of thla r.Mifiiunilctl pltol ' ijullcj too hai 1. ' SSplainSd Uie M.ij.tj T . " i. rffrnmi-r - .--TTlfiatSjSJ tie Uiivj a, uttt ui th p-nptr. I.lams Thibet, Soft and auk. Sttlii Some $20 H Overcoats H $10 I DID VOV EVKIt Hl.AR OF A RLACS P Mil Kl' THAT I'AliKH? -ipli UVKK8 XIAKR lllli. AM) 1 HATH WHY ,$$&& in. iiAi)i mi nt L-oNrawNCi in his ;raBM IJ.AMA TlIIItIT AM' M1IV HK 8KNT IT tffiaSI ALL Till u 11 l" AI-.1IIAI.IA AM) BACK ot a i nn: m m iii:ah ok a wnir. TBkB UK 11 1ST I" HAKK THU AHII-AINT- MH AMK OF I lllli MAN IX .NK1V YORK WfiBt Mill'. IN-1 'ANTI.Y. Willi I.THKXK. LLAMA ftjjMB I III11KI "1 'KltriiAT l.AT. THKV II ALL ' SaBBBj REMRMBRK l, AM' TIIK Atljl AINT- wS AXl'B Hull. li UK AK n.PAHANT AH TH HH I'VKIIl "AT AIIK HIIAI'TIKl'L. ANP1VKAR WSB A-- HK1.I.. 'SMSrS I'TIIKIl 1 I "Till- liy MANY HINTm', TRI M Mii-I I Al'l SMVE FOR l.lHTIIAN YOU'D BSE E.O.THOMPSON, M TAILOR, CLOTHIER AM) IMPORTER, 'P 245 BROADWAY, HS Helween I'urk I'fn.r ami ll.irrni Sit. Amusements. CANDY FREE. . I WORLD'S GANQY EXPOSITION. Lenax Lvcium. from 1 P.M. until 10.30 P.M. fSM Saturday only gum atuxsu a. m. ass! Kverj Imly buying llrkel. HKTlves .iiiivenUrbos '1 fit Hup ii.iifpf'iiuiii. i limit- mnklngall day. SwlG& AUMJMHIO.V, il i r A 'HILIiltKX. 15 CTSt S i It A X I) ( KXTIl A L PA IJlf K7ir'iii.'t4a& wjH llll'lltl 11. ALHTKIAN ft&K IMAITHV II1M. FSB 7. M. ZIEHRE1I. COURT OOMDUCrOB. 1 H Ki ery evening uml Wed,. Hat. anil sun. Mate.. ' BaSH In ....;.. ttttli the l I.nt.T bow until and JaRBSn biriiitiuiiNiv.iii usnsl i ...in ml uilniinliin .lOe.. with a nest on mala SIbH lli.-r. K -..rii.'l Mui .. t.'k- lijx seals, SI. ' HiB i'. 1 1. .i.ii.. t- --i .! .'asaBBI I 111 i i : It A Mi.i i.xi'KRI-S OX HfXDAY'. HSBSl TONY PASTOR'S UTHht.. nearada iIbIbbS i.jik.it mi-of TiiK ni in CDP tSBI I'.iii-uii Mar, mi.i.i: LIuULCnU. flgaSI .1 W. KKLLY. 11 Altll .1X11 Y'OKKS. sHB i lliiVI's MAIU-iiN yl'AllK THKATHK. SsBB HlllT I Hull AS -i.li' Manairers -SBRBl LieuhiiT. ul s. A". Mm mee Saturday at 'i IS. SaBBB ! HOYI'S -A TEMPERANCE T0WW." WBk I IJ. K. KKITII'- NrW I.YIII1 HOI'.KK. 'BBM HnuiPiir thpnrlirlnal 'I'outlnuni'. Pprfiirmanos. 'tSBBH n. . .ui. I" i. Niitop. liiuie any buur. imIbbbI i mi. snow's i'i JSSB '.ni in HEB IIU. II 1 LASS 1 AlUKVILLK. MAf.If. c. sMssI 'tit i i ..'.-,., i.i .-,( iiT 9BB PPOPI P'4 IHKAIRK ' BUM -' I-I-- "i llenrrl'. Miner. Prop'r SUBlB THE WHITE SQUADRON. WA XKXTWKEK I 111 Tmlii: i'vrR iL. y l.lll'IKi: Til' ITI1F. UrnadwaVk 4Wh". afstlnsea weilni atsy uud saiunlay. I'll IM.I m - - THM F.I,M.'.;, i".'" t'Ul'M'll.1,1 B'S IO.H1MXY. - lJ,-," I M MM THKATR1 . SI'KC'IAU V I HI ATI'.I l I "-Kl) Till 1VKKK. V I Niil MoudSl AN 1MKHK AX lilt HESS. Brooklyn Amusements. Mstluee. Tnsa. . Tlmpt. and Sat. Week rommeneing Mundat-. Xuv. 13, B9 li.H i 111' I 1 k.Niiri'Y AFFAIR." I I Mats In. -J". K' N ,.ii Hi Jll.S). "a l. Xtihigbea, SfHtSjl OOLUMBIA iuwnycwowi.ssjo.flOi W jjxjwawLO. Proprietor. glggfl I t-i- renins m . ll inl. ami sat. ' sSaTaai Mr. E. H. SOTHERN in SHERIDAN B GRAND OPERA-HOUSE ;B rhiaWeek, Matiasea Wed. andtiat. ; XJtaBBB H ALLEN & HAH I " THE I0EA. LjB Kvrra Kvsw. MWiih-i W.-d. nnd Nt Sf JBH , JANE. ikn!.ax'max9 ;H EMPIRE THEATRE. But?iWf?,s4 'S j... ...- a -a ' I'mpsV Wai'i-i -..ni-ni Mtc. .' raoOl 107 l;1hi: Kl -KA'O AT sITm. ' flB ACROSS THE POTOMAC. 89 .OI.MSXS RARK THEATRE. H ll. .week Mai Wed uud Sal. '"'PWi mi: x 1 1 i . liisiiivnS .. E9 in iii.mi: i." MBW G h V) G TJ ' 'TM'.ssr VJli'V 1 y Mou . ihuis. audSa. Fred Wa Id matin's Co. lib haste, VnO that 1 nlKRer of mine star- t It'll ii... bj Jumping juat ua wa fired," -l ti... i 'olonel. rhe I'"!--ii' I tb niBht he heard a smoth- . : la igh at tlii- He turiifd like a Hash upon tin darky, a auden auspl- uii i mlng i - him. lr.i.l. i.Hi tl rugger!'' ha fairly s!..'iii'"l: "i.l. .it i. i- the matter with the 1" idlng i :' thoae pistols '.' There was :'n wrong ' Confess It, you black rascal! ' "lib. M.irsi' Kunn'l. don't be killing II. po' niggi : . but I didn't put no bulla i . thi - pb Ilia! in .ni want de Major ,i ml t n kllllti' i.i h uiler:"' I't , i mind ta horsewhip you wlthli .ii Inch ol :".' lif'' !" bt-gau ths i-oloti. I r . t i t in't!" broke in the Major. i . 1 .. 1 ltil... 1 at tile Mujor, I i ti. M.ij.'i i.l th 'ulunsl- A mulls i I mi the Former's i i i . un.l His returned - A momsiit more, anil tin "' lonel t '.-ii i.'.i i.is Itund lni.'allve- y Th Mu.'i .' ii iiuftl and grasped it in uilt. ;it .toi d ii.. :. l.'i ling each other's ban 1- foi i nl and thi'ii the. Major observed .loivl) anJ emphttcally. as if li,. was stating a i indisputable fact, which he had lust dlscovsrsd: , 1 think iif ait a couple of old fools' ' "I quiti Hire with you. Huwklna!" rs turned tlie ' 'olol el quits ua po.ltlvely.and m .. I. liiipiilso, the two locked iH ii I., .nd walked off Israel atood watching them for a mln Ute Thi n In- picked up the pistols, and rem 1 1 If I .-.Hand) but with Just th llgbleat of quliera tn his vales; sV soupi' o' old fools : 'Romsjios.