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I TTTE WORLD: MONDAY EVEN US G, APRIL i I4. 8 1
Ei WAS GREY MURDERED IV By Car Conductor Found Dead on a , RXv Saloon Stoop. if A II Suspicious Wound in His Head and A His Money Missing. ipottca Looking for an Unknown , Man .Sceii with Mini. Jamei Qrey, a conductor cm tho Mndl on avenue strct car line, van found dead at 6.M o'clock tiii morning on th it00n t Flanagan's ealoon, 200 Bas! Thirtv-i.lnth ttreet. with an apparent ,Ub wound in the top of hie head. Tho nature ami location of the wound which caused Orey'a death and tho BtranKo dlaappearance of an unknown man who was seen In hli company ten V. minutes before he died, led hi. brother, '..' jnhn Qrey. of so. w,t Thlrty-thlrd strict, to suspect foul play. Seven policemen In plain clothes, of th.- K.HSt Thirty-fifth street station, have i been placed on th' e.is. and are looking ft for the unknown nun who v..is Orey'a wL u. l"t companion. titt .loHChlm HrenKlas ami his ...usln. K Bertha stein, who keep a stand on the I Y comer of Thirty-ninth street and Third D '. avenue. Informed the police this morn I ' Ing that they saw Qrey and another man IL- comlns up Third avenue at U o'clock I arey was staggering and was supported H 1 y his companion who hal him clutched fi I tightly hy tho arm. I Vrnvlng at the corner of Thirty-ninth I ptreet and Third avenue. Greys lew "Jl weakened under him and he dropped In Jjl n heap on the sidewalk. The other man II ,1 picked him up and (allied him around .. A the corner to a low stoop under a win ."I dow of Flanagan's saloon. I ;rey seemed to revive somewhat for a moment and then lurched forward I again His companion braced him up I aKlnst the wall, and after surveying him i a critically for a few seconds, walked ofl i. Brenfflae and his cousin thought Qrey i drunk and paid no more attention to the f matter until ten minutes later, when F a a newsboy came across the street t . . ' ' thm and "said: W "Say. there's a dead man over there. Tell the police." Grey's companion is described a n 1 Fhort, heavy-set man. nhoiit forty-five I years of nite. with n heavy gray mil, t tache and heard. He was ratner poorly V i dressed and wore a shabby IIkIu over- fffc , coa and derby hat. $ ,-' Policeman Patrick Mnhonev had the ihody removed to the Thirty-fifth street station, where an examination showed that death had resulted from a wound nhout half an inch long almost in the v '. annul nan an incn I'lim aiun.M m .'- l f centre of the top .if the lead. The lli- U I Jury had evidently been Inflicted by a H I ' sharp pointed Instrument. II ; It would have been almost impossible J for a man to have fallen In such a way V as to receive a wound of the character f4( described. flpft ImIiii expre 1 the opinion that IV his brother had been hit with an ice. pick. 'W which lends to the theory that he may have received his deatli idow In a saloon. I "I left niv brother at 12 o'clock last I night." said Qrey, "He was perfectly 3 sober, and was on his way to his home J ' at 153 East Porty-second street. I "He had about $lo In his pocket at that jjr. time, When picked up this morning, I Si understand, there was only TH cents In X his pockets. ci "He was a sober. Industrious man. He ' came from Ireland about eighteen ! months hro. and was thirty years of litre. f I have another hr other, Michael, who Is j on the police force." 1 WIDOW SUES FOR $50,000. t.l tor. of Cnlifornin I. line Klnn g ' i hnrurii with rtrrnch of Promise. k , , (By Associated Prwi i Ty SAN PBANCI8CO, April 2. Mrs. I I Mary Antonio Castro Majors, member II of a well-known California Spanish jSYv family, has begun suit for breach of flf promise in the 1'nlted States Circuit III Court, against Harry S. Cowell, son of B the well-known Santa Crux millionaire II and lime king. Slurry C Cowell. The I I woman sues for JT'a.fNiO. I Mrs. Majors Is the widow of Robert J Majors, once a wall known citizen of VM Hanta Cruz, who was fatally shot five ifj years ago. It was during Major's last I illness, she says, that Cowell began to v come to her house, and after her hus Si. band's death paid her marked attention. J i lasting through several years. Mrs. Ma li jors is the mother of eight children. LI seven by Majors and one alleged to be B'i, CUT HER HEAD BY A FALL m A Woman Meet with nn Accident m 1 at the llrldui- I . n I rn lice. Xi i While coming from b bridge far this H -morning, a woman oi about ftfty years, H well droaied and evidently of good H family, suddenly became dizzy and fell K ' J I on tno platform. Her head was cut by li tn,? frt11, ani1 bridge policemen carried Hi her to n small room underneath the B t i stairway and sent a call for an nmbu- j lance. Hr , a aurgAon from the Chambers Street ml Hospital dressed the woman's wounds Iff and wanted her to go to the hospital. H She refused. hawev r, and ordered a Hf1 cab to take her to Urooklyn.She would HL f i not give her name. F Died Suddenly on Ilonrd n Ship. Hj Timothy Scully, ttfty-flvp yrars or ar. living K at MS iroennli-h itrwt, diad luddenly it i m o'riork this nornlnf on board 'he mi-am-hip H Roonry, JJ ttlK at the fotit of KltlK ntrti't. N rth H i River iB ' l.iimp.N n Mclit the 'tirld. fla Perhaps no nrtlrle of furniture adds HI so great a charm to an apartment. Sh whether parlor, boudoir or bedroom, as am- a nan'tsnme lamp. Besides, it is a Hh'A necessity and a perfect luxury fur read- iL 1 inp purposes. Messrs. McClaln, Slmp- H i ion & Co., the Eighth avenue furniture i and carpet dealers, will give an oppor- W tunlty to-day that every one should Em t "vail themselves of. Several thousand MTvj hemulful parlor lamps that usually sill 1, V for 17.60 will he marked at tin- trifling W f Bu"i of 2MK This is one of their special C j tales that have become ho popular. He Jt sure and get one of these lamps. BISHOP OTARRELL IS DEAD. i He Was Eead of the Catholic Dio cese of Trenton, N. J. I-iong Life of tTMftttntlf Hroufiht lo I (lose To-Day. TRRNTON, N. .1 April S.-RIht Hey Michael j. o'Farrell, Bishop of Ihe Catholic diocese of Trenton, died early this mornliiK ut iho Uplscupal re.ii di a. . Vic nr-Oeneial M Paul was with hln in his last moments Michael Joseph o'Karrell was horn in Limerick, Ireland, I -. 1SS2, He was always Intended for the priesthood, and at an early ace began the preparatory studies in the schools of his native place unci within a short time entered the celebrated Missionary College of all Hallows. His education was completed in the : Grand Seminary of St. Bulplce, In Paris, I and in is..:, he wns ordained in Ireland by KlKht Rev. It. Ryan, Bishop of Limerick. He was appointed to till the ehalr c.f dogmatic theology In the Grand Semi nary of Montreal, Canada, imt exces sive stn iv had so undermined his health that he was obliged t" resign the honor. He then devoted himself to missionary w.irk in the churches of St. Patrick c.cwi sit nrldrot. Montreal. Ills health Improving, he was again summone i ! the Bemlnary as professor of philosophy. wlihdl position he held three years, and th ii li ok charge of St. Ann's parish, Montreal. From Canada he went to New lork, and w.i- appointed assistant at St. Pe ter's Chun h. In Hare lay street. In lvTj he was appointed to the pastorship of the Kon lent Church. From there he was recalled to the pastorship of St. Peter's in this city. f.i. t which is not cen. rally known is that Fuller O'Farrell furnished the I in. nt I '.it her Tom lltirk. with most c,f the Information which was used In argu ments against the historian Froude, who vlnlted mis country some years ago to prove ih il England was justified In her oppression of Ireland. Froude's defeat is well known to th cse interested In the controversy. , . In 1-71 the diocese ot" Newark, which comprised ihe entire State of New Jersey, was divided Into two dioceses, and Father O'Farrell was made lilshon c.f the Tren ion section. He was ordained on All -j lints' Day, 1S81, in St. Patrick's Cathe dral b Cardinal McCloskey. The cere mony was a most imposing one and pre lates of prominence came great distances to attend. His w.rk in Trenton has been unflag ging. New churches have been Inillt. ..thc-rs rescued from debt and an Imposing monument to the dead ISIshop is St Mary's catholic- Orphan Asylum in New Brunswick, which he founded. DEATH OF GEORGE A. HALSEY. Descendant of the Founders f runrk. ciiy Associated rrens t NEWARK, N. J., April 2.-Gcorge A Halsey, a descendant of the Halsey family, which was anions those who founded the city of Newark over two hundred vears ago, died last nlKht. Mr. Halsey was horn in Newark seventy live years ago, and always took an ac tive Interest In the affairs of the city, State unci nation. He was an active Republican, and was elected to the State Legislature in 1861. In 1S71 he was elected to ConKresH from Newark. He served hut one term. In 1V74 he was nominated for Governor of the Slate, hut was defeated hy ex-Gov. Ilc-dle. He was a conspicuous flpuro in the Convention of Wednesday night Inst, when the Republicans of this city nom inated their city ticket. He was plan ning to take an active part In the cam paign. Which opened on that night. I in Friday he was taken ill with pneu monia and sank rapidly. He leaves a widow, one daughter and two sons. Mr. Halsey was an intimate friend of the late James G. Blaine. The great statesman, when in Newark, Invariably topped at his resilience. MACY MUTUAL AID. rromeiKMle Concert nn.l Reception of ISmployeea nf Lenox Lyceum The seventh annual promenade con cert and reception of the employees of It. H. Macy . Co.. under the auspices of the Macy Mutual Aid, will he given at the Lenox Lyceum, Fifty-ninth street and Madison avenue, this evening. Music for the occasion will be furnish ed by the Seventh Regiment band and orchestra, under the leadership of Wai ter 11. Itogers. Shot in- V If.- mill Himself. iHv Asp. Intel Preti i c'Aititiiu.TiiN On., Arm j. w. n nmii-ll, a W.MI in da farmer c.f ih-.irei County, jrefterday stnt hla wife hikI ih,-n attempted to kill himself. InllirMnit a probahl) fatal wniin'l. A famllv cn.ir i.l l-.i to ih- sh.'ituiK ilia wife will recover FURNITURE AT LOW PRICES. Sol. IIomnn nuil ".. of Third Ave nue, iniYr.iiu iin.uiiirN Oalorot iii those financially dark times every body is concerned to know where he can get the good things of this world at cheapest coat. As far as furniture In all its department! Is concern) this problem U easy enough of solution, for it teems to be conceded all around that there is no cheaper and, at the same time, more reliable, furniture housi it the city than that of Bol " m Co., Third avenue, between Fifty-ninth and Sixtieth streets. White enamelled bedsteads which for merly sold at $11 have been reduced by this firm to 14.96. I arlor suits that were regarded cheap six months ago at $1" are going like Rot cakes at this plate for less than half that i rice. And bedroom suits of the best quality can b"e gotten here all the way down to $1" As for the other branches of furnish ing. tt is sufficient to mention that agate carpets, one yard wide, reversible, strong and durable, In elegant shades, are sold by thb Arm for 2-' cents a yard. Above all, payments are arranged to suit every body. " Motufii- ill find Mas. iM-tou -. s.i. a ni. s in r tin-i"t remedy far I heir child wu.tssV' ' jA DEATH IN THE KISS. mS.' A Indian Prince's Vengeance Which Was Terribly Wrought. "l ' "He wa" an Enfllshraan," sai.l Fritz. L; "very itch and of nobis blood. Acn! H they are wltch'a blesslnss wealth Hnd Uf h'1' hlrth. I met him up ejuntry from F Bomhjy, and travellc i i i hlin. B P ' ' about the Afghan m 'J frontier, and he wan off on a flyiiiK visit jg .'if t0 Kngl.in.l-'Just for a whim,' he said. Hk M '' u restleBa In tho v. In it blue J 1 '. reatlraa as apllled mercury, an.l as un- BJ hie as that ' J frlti tossed a puff of faint smjke into i the air an 1 wat lie 1 It fade Into nothing-I ness, "He WBi B hands ime man. quick tongued an.l boastful. He talked much to me, and I ach! -?nijked. It is tt" "' to Hit and smoke iviii.e such a on writes himself In large letters for you t'i r. :i 1 only so comes the kn ovlelite of men's hearts. He win a human wolf-a hunter of women. Bvil til. s and many did he till me of his VlOtorles, He had loved, he alJ-Jtllng as the devils Jest-wher- i ', I I ai mm 11 STAGE NEWS AND GOSSIP. Alleged Trouble Between Patti and Sig. Nicolini, "Roifjdale" t He Played In BUm ford, Where Wnltack Lived. Hints that the relstlons between Mme Pattl and hi i huiban I, si Nicolini, were nctt of th mort rosi colon I hue have bei n throw n out rii hi nn i i-1 since the dlvas sudden and capricious departure. A Rent lemon who travelled With the com pun) and who has been nn sorlated ith Mme, Paul's tours foi three years had Mils to ;i on tii- sub ject yesterday: "l'attl is slmpb eaten up With vanity She no longer (tlnas foi money or fame, but for adulation, which its the very breath r her life, She looks upon herself as a queen, but although ; most queens recognise a certain duty to their subjects, l'attl admits none. She 1 has alwa s mnnnffi i to . i nl mg ad mlrably with Nicolini because be has catered to all he vanity, liul of lat he has been neglectful. As Ions as his dally cry win 'Adellna. dear Adellna, sIdk to me, for your ilce Is the greatest on earth, all was smiling and festive. She liked that, win M lit forgot his cue, as lie has done ret. nth. Pattl grew very weary. n was vexed r her several postponements of concerts, lie wetu to her on the nrsi occasion and whin 1 . 'Adellna, my darling, if yen do not slug. think of the money we lose." She grew riled, and they have had many pictur esque disputes Once or twice on the road she pin him out cf her car and sulked with him for a long time Pattl Is more capricious than ever Just now. Her volet is lovch ;icd untune, but sin hns t" work much hurder now than she used to do. I have seen her leave the stage perfectly exhausted from In r i f forts. As for taking care of herself, It H the oi hJeel of her life. She wns always careful. Now she has developed an absolute m ril I on the subject. Her ambition is as vigorous as ever Hhe wants to sing lure again in grand opera, and fust before her departure she en tered into negotiations with Abbey, ffchoeffel ,s.- Grnu. I do not bellevi that she will appear under their man agement, for It Is Impossible to get along with her. She will not slnq In any cast that contains Seal" hi. and her other conditions ore most exacting She Is the most cold-blooded woman it Is possible for the liveliest Imagination to picture " "Rosedale" Is to be trenented to-night In Stamford, the town where Lester Wallack used to live, and Krent stress will be laid upon that fact The play did remarkably well during it- t nr weeks' engagement nt the Star Theatre. for It attracted both the old and the young it will be very much in evidence next season. Reports that come from Baltimore say that the gallant and susceptible Cap:. hi Idell, of th.- Kendals' i ompany, 1 n gaged tc maiTy n very charming wo man of that Maryland town Capt. Rid del 1 Is a great admirer of American girls. I Miring the first seas. in of the Kendals In this country h hecame wildly en thuslastio over I'hlla le'.phla damsels In general. Fanny Davenport has 'lone a deed nf charity to which no theatrical "agent" could do Justice. It appears that a short time ago she heard that the house of a well-known old actor- who shall be nameless was to be sold under a mort gage, and she hastily wired her solicitor to purchase the place. She did not pre sent it to the old fellOW, but she holds It and it will be his home, rent free, for the rest of his life. STOLE HIS STRADIVARIUS. Prof. llo( Loses n Violin for Which siK. Nicolini Offered HI.ixmi. The police have Kent nut n general nlnrm for a stolen BtradlvaiiUI violin, vniiip'l ley its owner. Joan Finn, e.r West Thlrty-Hrst street, nt 14,500. The inlin is Inscribed Inside; Antonio Strad Ivarlus, 17'J.V" Hntt Is nn llKe.l music ten. her. Who formerly had many success's In Eu rope The violin was owned two RonPra I'ons iiK.i by the Duke of Cambridge, v ho presented it to a Mr Haussman, ! Hanover Mr. Hott secured It by pur chase lifte.-n years ao. Recently h. has had financial liili.-ul-tl.-s and Sl. Nlc.llnl. husband or Mine l'attl. hearing of the violin a day or so l.efore returning to Bitrope, IT. i 1 Hott ft '. for it. The offer was ac cepted, inn the at-c-il musician would not take a eheoh even from Mine. Pattl, so negotiations fell through. nn Saturday afternoon, a young man called at Hott's apartments while he and his wife wre away, nnd wns iol mltted by the servant. While left alone he rifled the rooms, and, among other thliiKs. took the violin. REPUBLICANS TO-NiGHT. Hllhollandltci " Blccl ofllccrs no. i iicKiiiiir 10 Enroll. The last enrollment under the direc tion of the Committee of Thirty Regu lar Republicans takes place to-night. Th.- Mllholland bolters' County Com mittee will hold its first meeting to night to elect officers. Th.- Committee c insists nf one member from each of the 11K! flection districts, .ml In addi tion thereto each Asembly Plstrlct is en titled to one delegate for every WJ votes cast for secretary of state last Novem ber, which will be !! m.re. or 1,40 in all The names of Mllholland, n Kerwln an'l Henry Qrasse are men tioned for Chairman. oiiiIiik Bvents. Fir- Invlutl '-.u o hall of H rt rou; II, Nl .,-,j j, ,,f tto, evening .' Wenoel A pmbfi 1: "'- M 344 ,";, Porty-M. ''1 tr. M..eii.Tii !' coil '"' I'lll ' I'm I a r m e II .a .'he, ttu evenlns st Tsmtntn Mjii win o a farltne'a nrjtan r. ini i i mnrr afternnnn m All Bn.iU' ' I. ir li. M.cli-n avenue :,Tl 1 tilt) -.Ml. Cl.e Ut Opra'.' .nl. r'.-iinm. ir fit. I re ptl I.J the vcvniE ladtei ' PI t'ol llla'e ' liur h e .n rt i .-. niri in l.ui'ex Lyreum. "The Mero Milk m ,1.1s ' will h I'O .1 ii' I lrmatl' v rformanee f r the. henrnl of 11 Icnailua'l Vthletl .oil s., lal C'lilh. Tl irajoj it. j .c K- rkelc ) lo '! ti. MtiMi miv.i1 In bitylns furnll the new ilp- Mi.'ti-toc- Mtint.tltm iiu.u I. ii. . r- iii tic- l.uri,'il.i lali nt Ki.iki s, l-t'l' al u.i nl .. . .- ever In h id f 'Hli 1 a h Ighl eye to I. r at or a trim liguie lo clarp. 'Hul that,' be i 1 1 me, 'w as In my t uth. I ha grown dainty with nrt ' .i ' it laughi I, l i. ii yi u n ulJ mj ( li n I, viih th- slls . iv laugl : r of a 111 Thi n I kni w Hi it I. - il was lea I within him. nnd I i ibimI to hntc, fur 1 ,.w tint the ere.tture bef me waa no man, hut n Thing. " ' hy .!.. you l lugh ' i ai i. d him; but hi ho 'k hi In el un I v ' ul i t' 111 ni n iii. in. Then aii . ii ip iii . in. In . my own heart, for i knew that som.i strunga ind iliudly -in could im given hlrth to such i".c i line nt of the pit. And I i,ad his )e. ul .11 l"it one pane So l gave him ni) Bask or in- is. an I it as full, Hi i rs night 1 knew all. Hi hod foun l fa .i- in ih.- eyi s ..r ihe Princess lihahi, the mosl beautiful woman in India, and had tarnished the honor of B prince. He had taken terri ble rlHks-rlsks fur more horrll.lc than fhOM of death. He hail plotted and bribed and liililguvd, und ut the last bf Another erv3. fcjtitfv montli nml on mn not rY WPr le nhle to trriire ii-iv j 'l Pi o Ihe btlFRftllll e nre iJHl HOW eflerlnii I it rer Uiiiil ut i IKPKT. ' tV- TI,M I'INt. PAT " TlltNs M IN Itotnl i torn VI.A! limit DrtlMH tdli t rlVfU 70c nmllMle. Tnppatrlm I Art nml ilttc Olir reernt Itnpiii I Hi f mm ol t I l'l. nreliirwrr ihiui eei iiihI tlir pi b ei nr ! ilie litWPMl eer ktiowti. J. & J. DOBSON, 2 East 14th St. mmm on football. The Captain Thinks the Rcform orB Are Doing Too Much. Hlffhlnmts's Opitii.ni of llarvnrd'i It n iters with Ynlp. Capt Ti.ii. hard, of the Princeton foot ball eleven. Is Ini lined to tin opinion thai the foothill reformers nre dolus, too much. That Is the Inference to hi drawn from n remark he made tin nlhcr ' when In- said thai lite abolition of mo. mentuni plays wns abnul ihi onl) change in ih rules he favored. "I do n. t think football iil be an more nn open Kane next snnson thnn it hns been," says Mr Tien, hard, "and I slnci rcl-i h i e il ill hoi it. n football Is made an op n game It will become a game which it" fessionals and teams outside of the "I I. ; s .an master and "til lake to ii Would then be only a mailer of time when outside learns would play as well as the college teams. 'I hal woul I de tract from the Interesi In Hi" eolllege games, and football would no longet it. dlstlnctlveh n college gntni "As en ilhistraii "ii .f thin lake base It ill The pmfessl mills play It belli r than th. collegians, and th. re's but litti. Inters! in college l-.ll nam compared with football I believe thai with the exception I" doing a..iy with tie' mo m.-ntnm pltys the game should lie al iowed to remain as ti is. Men are not npt lo et hurt If lie. ni" In condition I have seen but one man hint In the i-lt I games." Trenenaro says inoinnii prac u will begin at Princeton In n few dnys, but it will l.e confined to new in. n only that is. candidates for the vacanl positions of qusrter-bnck and full-back. None of the regular teams will do any work for several m -ntlis yet, , e e When lack Highlands, the great 11. ir vnrd pitcher nf ''.':t. was asked what he thieiipht of Harvard's chances this se . son with Vole, he shook his head and said: "1 am afraid that lengthy pitcher. Mr. farter, will he t' much for tie boys. I looked then, over this week and d.n't like the way they show up." llluli lands is under the Impression that farier will work his "lump" ball on the i rlmson hitters thi" season, nnd Is likely to bather them even more than he ill last season's team. Highlands thinks his brother Andy Is the only p. ep now in college able to pitch the new distance. v John Eckhardt has complete l the pr.i gramme for his boxing show to be hd-i at the Lenox Lyceum next Saturday niirht. and the card look promising. The limits ns scheduled are: "Brooklyn" Jlmmv Carroll vs. I'lll McCarthy; Stan ton A Mint t vs. "Hull" McCarthy, nf Philadelphia; Hillv Ernst vs. Owen Kle. gler. "f Philadelphia; Johnny Young, of Brooklyn, vs. .llmmv Handler, of New . rk: Danny Menrlde vs. Jack Lyman Excepting the Carroll-McCarthy bout all the ."tit. sis will be lx rounds. It Is rumored In punning clr. les that Charles Macolester, nf Philadelphia, the unbeaten pigeon shot In single mati hi -. I- to retire. It Is said that M.o ilestei will shoot in team matches, swcepstaken and open competitions in the future, l.ut will not arrange any more siiiKie or m in-and ni::n matches Iii ih.. latter events Macalester h;,ki never been !- aten, and he has d. fented the cracks e.f New Yeirk and other sections of the country. Mncnlester is generally known hs the last "money shot" In the ama teur ranks If this Is so it dlsoosea of the recent rumor that Work and Macal ester had been match. 'I again. Manager Bears, of the Btaten Islanei A. ' Baseball Club, has appointed Will lam Cadmus captain for th. coming sea son. A sprint or dash Is referred to as n flutter" by Australian wheelmen. The Princeton baseball team is .vi per cent, stronger than it was lust year. Slimlii -I IiimIiiu III OmIiWiinIi. Ill' ,. I..1. '1 I'r. U 1 DSHKOBtt, wi April - Bver aalo n in Hhknah um e l, ,c I yeaterila) fir Ihe ftrel 'In'. In tile- llle-!"ll . r Ih.'eltv Mj. T I 1 1 1 . 1'. - nl !-r t".- ihe enforeement f the sin i.n law t Into . rf. e ni wns p-n.-ntiiv nhaerved aii Rambling. ii iea are alao ordered elousl rhe aaloon-keenen threaten i" retallata b) itopplns otiiei Bunda i. rk THE STAR OF KENTUCKY Must have been born under an Evil Star, .ir else lie must have been t.ikint; the wrong kind ol Sarsaparilla. Anyway, lie wouldn'i be the Fallen Si.tr that he is to-day II he had started up his I iver in tint..', purified his Blood and there by cleaned out his whole Physk'al and Moral nature nil Biker's Sarsaparilla. the "Good" brand, that hasn't .1 bit ol Mercury, Potash or ..tlicr r.mk poisons in n Only 7 sets i. .r mi extra big bottle. 01 your .iruegist, or .u miner's, 1. Ill AVE . C( IR 22h ST hit I won 'Won" he c re d t . 10. . el.-. ill!-. 1 nd he laughed llllll -liven . Itild's laugh nil my tl wh en pi up 11 m h mi -in tit.- morning le was Kobei Hut 1 .. did mil -i" 'tl t nn nguln, nnd I oai 11, 1 my 1. O'H. r aiw ... - aft. 1 Hi it. nil he m. 1 w itli 'le ith nnd I was sal fi m III I: tl. " t ! iiitti!.!'' I 'it in Ii ii friend a 1 ;. ci :M -. 1 captain, w hum 1 had not i m since nn 1 111 ii. and li. In for "' I fl h I 'r,u' s lk. , t I V. III! hi,. I .s j'.tr .0- H .' wneri I " 1 ! hip I 11 ! 11 Indh I, an I " .1 "ii m to tin fntli . land. The Kngl iunaii v as Mill villi in.-, and I bound by 1 mrli ay, 1 'I I my frli ml ol htm, with the n milt tlmi ( he "'.. sail. 'I for Bui a " It li us I hud thought we were Ihi onl passengers ab ini I, Ihe ll.iiioi , r .. ng men ly n cargo vessel, bul when wi were a day .ut 1 found that w . had a woman on th- '.tip My frl. nd, ihe rai lain, told me that she was a rich natfvi who had Insisled on Hilling to Su-;; In tit.1 Han over. Viitlvcs take I range fancies ah. tit ahlpa and trains anything, Indeed, that they trubt to cuny their precious lives L HARLEM. M W' HARLEM. I '.""".';, uuAn i GIVEN FREE TO EVERY LADY WHO ATTENDS ! II x c IMMl -. I'll IN . Old MM. .11' I SlO I, MONDAY ni Tl ! DAY, Al'li'll. ami v Till: I'l.l.TTll M' imi IIAINTI M 10 -I'M. Oil nAI'I'llllll: I.A.1II' liVI'll l.M I s ; M KM I .mii iK 1 vro'iT wr 1 r wti miiiimi: 01 I'lll- I lltT II I' . MM. IN II All Mill, Hut it anmple mefeiji al a nmiitnoiia lliinaelta'i i.iie'i.. 1 1. 1 : ! ,,1 : ),. t: , tt ', nip' t- Ntivelllei In Pieuii l.ntni I l.e'k- I- .. I iirhl I-, , ., in 1 :.. - c iter y. 1 Hand I'nrhir Mill-i 1 u . .'.11 1 n llelr.uer it..r Mo UnliB I i.en 'lie I 11 . -i 1 . ! . i'.itlii.si I "i . I li.uura Nll.l Hi it CASH OR TIME. LUDWIG BAUHAKN iV COMPANY, 121st Street and 3d Avenue. Harlem. otM-.N Till MONDAY A XI' 1 ' llA I VT1K 0 " t I u - v 1 1 i ' I IN.. I H'l I N I 1 I imi L N K. '. IMirtnii Ihe 1 mlrf Wrfh NnirtM Oiiiaoi.Tuttn II it i ,h He I.Ui-ti in I iik Kitrr. IN THE FIELD OF LABOR. . ii i ,i . ,- t -M : S"o 7 lll 1 1 ' r "i i ii i v rvrnini i ..... I niiii N '' hat unl n i Rhl htipi li ihf 11 h- - kh n Mri kliyn 1'iilnn Ni ' hnn tl nutnl 111 i Ihf Ml i).ln, -ilk rtdlxir rn m l bo i rfanlj i Ship 'lk. r !- -il m , lh nl ih KntRhti I IjiI r t.-h n n I hurt.-1 Hrrvrri. Ini n n ' iin.i thf Knldhm f l.iti ; in I I now ntirhc1 lo IMntrtH Mcm- ii m . PurKa h ' n 1 1 "! Walking I"1'" i-,ii.' ii l.. nl Miml i l ''il l -I I. i till -ill I ItfPl IrtMl i k- m ! !i Mr . ki . . ' . 'il l..' p I : .' -i . -'" 1 o ; . to Ih itrikh k irlntrra f tli- ' i ''ti .ni i lm -i . . t unln nhosii li ' giti - :. , 'i ' t t. 'h.' i t;' i! I i! t V , ' : i" n ' M ' I ' HAM I Ih It i i ! i in i itii- .ni i Mi r th- ii ni. i iIm rahtp ; . ... I ' i !' . i' ti nil - , - Tra i I'nl nlati in t Pro- tii.i:i.ni- ni ti ,i ti ii'.'rii- i!il nvrnlna I ) Ka.it Trnth n'r-pt in iialdrr mil If I i iiu- . n n .;i i 1 il t j it . t'l ik tf.iki r . I in .ii '.(i 1 Ti i - i n It P .'rlk tl Mi- -:i iji ..f I'm. lni.ui Urothtra in I It- in rn ' " 't i. :...' i nal I .ll.m.ik- i- I in n tin. I .. i hn rrt) mi-mlifrt I ihi r? '- VarntfhT I '-1 n . ii mriki ai i i.n' h i' . - - it rwi-nl Mxih in-pi Th Ian an u i '. i it t . 1'iiin nl i 13 t i iiitir i lira ! flrnthrr V - . .i ,n I alreH mil Kintfti n-1 iii ti mii i ihi i ntral i.ii i Kplaral irlr.i ih ii iii- ,n . ?. 1 1 i ns ti n i nt unl m v : "i- Il harl I . ii k- rtH I Hi. ir I Hton tint iho flrm Wat M. rltnlnailni; alnl it,. ,".inl'., ,f tliii irtui"!1 n ' ' li ' tl 1 ap '... ..it iir.' I u Mill nt th- ' . ' ! iin.i Rttn A r. , Pha ttrlkprs who '' "' watm !- nil m au-h ,-hi pitpni th.it I " i" n InnffPf hi li- to pn ri tit r -. P r h 1 Inn will I; I I .1 mwi -n'.'ltiK at 193 l..m m vl i (In j. in . . n.nu' 1 h. iitr.ii i.i I. r I'nlnn r atvH i Ipttar fr-m th'- pmprlptni .tf th l.yrpitm lfM-rn jlnnaa Ihii h fourth i ti. r Thifl t.pnni -patpri.ai a-Kirc f r th Organ I ati .n i 'nmmltttH t i ..ntanif bih wattrt in onlpr tha th bn it nn the hn'is- mlRhl t lifted Tha r U t ai ptranti 1 The I'm - malii rV I nlon un rrAr(;,inl7pf 1 v nl"iit furiv tiivmliT IkM BftlinU) '; n' 'M luif.n f ni.ii Then Ii a itrlRM nf puraamakart nt th ahnp nf Mnnnhalm a Uaffart) MM and -i in ii.. wni'h will i dupportad thi union. tn tha iraa o th' prpant w.-k a tnaaa nipfMina; will t.f hfld i conafdrr ihp cauaaa hih Ml ' th atrlki tt la rlalmad that w-ikp" h.p i.". n r dip fi jn ppr 1 1 t Tli Central fnbnr t'nton di.pi -nti"in in and Ipttera I tt- ronxraMman frm thin state iinkniK ih. in ti tupp rt a hill Introduced tn th Honai li) I'-ticri Hsnati Maiiulra, ..f California Th Idll ! Mi Ipiiiflt ih it Wiimen. It pro vldaw fr a ahnrter work dav. daranl tlaapina qua i uth ii n-1 nna da) ar-hn- avat y waatt it would i l ' away with unrpna.iniilp Anaa and t ri i-H-m e jmnNhintntn Palegata Hoadlar, nf thp ElectrlraMYorkera I lin n report ad t. ih Central labor I'm- n -n tarda) thai Plower doea not look favorably rn ii t.iii. hi'h paaaed ihi Asu-ml-lv without a dlaaantlni "tp for a niuaM- fnr- ..n ihf Elevated r . is poth Mow ih- Harlem Rlvar and in thp nnexH hlatrlet Petitlona will i- tw. i- ti d ivarni r askl'iK htm nol ti . thf hill A pro poaed i ill for the eatahllthment of nn Blectrtcal Workera' l.i epao Itoanl waa Ind rted (,. r It v Vej Mi hael n nrten. K Kahl hatim laliltmiwak) Edward llnhm, Edward Ken ki-r and '' Helraerdlnrei were appolnteil by thi '.iiir.it I ..!' r li- iiTiitinn yeaterda) tn repre ant thai on? nil ti n at Mi-nlithi i mf ran .ii,. t h th !' pl pari i i unit' In ; lltl al n ti ti with nrRanlxed labor Th- dalaaatpn were InatrurtHl ' ntand upon thi KHcroll nt platform i.n t . pprati with thi - lallai I ilmr iart In Inelatlna ttmi th" n movrmenl th ild nave for Ita principal aim tha wnerahlp of the i nd ind th.- Inatrumenia f t r . I lion h) the entire tr--r-i j pie, and :.i abolition "f ih' WAgl lb m Pretty, "sn't It ? ThisWhils&Brass 4nn Bniish Bedstead HI isllleetanrtillnehe WW ivlrte. Vnusar.-'iMd . . A s re ' rr.'.lM.v t lie. 9 'Unl S mils crsmpea lor 0 f,4 11 two . ,.,-&, We iiv, ml .1 . ' .. ) ) Price." an.l ...l.ler NJI k -.-j. ! -t1'1 I' II"' - ; 1 i y- .--v -Met ! ft'- .: 'fj IN I I l:ATIi..AI. 9 9 hoiililnol tf rr KF.KP All. M1ZE& INTERNATIONAL BEDSTEAD AND BEDDING CO., M IMI A(TI lllili". 3.'i WI -T I ITII ST. IIPPIWITK HBAllS'H. Z. Z. CORSETS, .s;."i." quality ut $J 89. Hi si to-morrow TueUa ji 150 Dozen EMtraLong Waist Z Z Corsets ,ot tine French Coitille. henvf Whaleboned. two stefls on each side, silk hand tlossed, and finished with Lace top. 08 West giid St root. nn 1 he I . I nit n In lo her r..,u -i m k I In, hi r ki) huwevei . in ml i mnmnll mii prliv f 'i In : i 'I'm H it. ti itc. i i h hit, i i. i fe. any woman with Hie KiiKllshni in ili...'ii l iii,! in, .lit i 'rn tit.' v iiniiin I'1 i f. ,1. i i I i. t ii.. nn ri Hln h ei ei Is Iltt. ii I ml, ml- I" eil.'l't havi l ' ' !! ,,,, Km Ushwc mini 1.) ii ti. I 'ti with . III. h -!.' iiiiivi l nl' iui Hi. si i l .HI I I . I ell 111' llei k IUI It I .ill Ml Willi .i hill It ller Villi 1 hll'l seel ih I ill I .. hi . nil. Hli -I III. " t hi! ! I, iui,',! t'l hi, . . h nevei mil I ln I Will I'll J-! 11 I'' "I "Li I '" I"' hit " nt ni H il" n - imi' li it! " limn Iter , .1 ., . i .. ii iiti.ti"! if At 1 1' .i i- mini (h II) 111 ' ! Ill .' ' 1 '11 sii I I .if I c ii.. mi,) iii.:. ir hi r vull "V. r :e f.-i, ,' I ..I I, I fe It HUM It lOlll I II ! Il i the alioc K ..' I. i he iui If shi ha I Wil li !, me in iii it moment I would hnve I ii lA'c .1 hi 1 1 thi ell'l- ul II. . .'I ill nn 'it weiii past : wirtiv nn. I silently, an.l her glftmor il.'ltnit.'l with her 1 win. le. bo) t.t brood ovtr prett) fcs nml 1 airollej lorwui'J anJ hinokej a BOY STEALS TAX MONEY. Ron of it" I heel. I .ill i i: .1 I oll".''o" I mler i rest. . ' I . I Nl .', MIA I' l.l :- ill I I li I: .11, seventeen yen I I'M !' t I 1 ' Ki.ll. i.i . i.ll. i i ' i i ih town . t j t 'hi ekl iv.ikh Iii- i'. unit) . ih : i e i III I - i M 111. ill! .hi!.. I With I'll li ItlK l"ll of till ' i lertel I.J 1. ruth, r 'i lie . !i. i II til nilowe.l hi i i .1 . ill ml al li . ileri Ins ' hi Man !' .'7 tile III! I II 'III II i - I .rl nn I. II le ft, lllklll!' Willi! I l.e II I . .il ! ... i 1 1. went I u N i . ;' l I ! watt li -..nt.' n t-li , eloi , i I .i hli . e le W I l I' .'. .' le,. .1 urn sto.l lie tin. I l.ii in I i kel Amusements. 14TH STREET THEATRE. 1 1 1 it -1 i in in ii wi .1. V. 1 -I I I" l V.'l KV M.,i ii '.. Tlll! WKI'.K iiM.V, AMI IIMA i ... Mil il, ST iv N. M II UK CLARA MORRIS I re'. !' iii i ..it i it. i- Itielll ,IH!I I.I.I MIIW.M.. HI '1.1 I ill t. te ijfeil e ' . I I ml INI.. I'll II I . In Hi,' fi 1 . i.ln .. nl It. " He i M0S"AYN-,..itr, CAMILLE t,,'m,xn.,. ARTICLE 47 w,"vnmvn',.v ,',',. CLAIRE i!!,',!'n.M,': THE NEW ?inaVinVi-"k"m CVIACDALEN HATimi.AVn RENEE 1 . r N!t--iil Ull.l Main e-v :. '.... IT.. a-iSc . ii. T.' lli.l -1 . ii N'lM M. .If In. A ill '.. line We.'l; ..ml. i i: i ii ' HUH 1)1 III) Il II. I I le hlaalllieni i r.-liM'! I RESERVED SEATS, '; : ; 50c. TO-NIGHT PS" DAILEY IN COUNTRY SPORT. Neat Week Unl I n 1 1:1 1- Ice iiism .h n A III! I VH I III tTIII irn-nj r IIMIi u .11. .lloiiln-l-iill. . lime. i't .,'t.l M ,'tiT, Intel , .hi ipl) ', , . 1 .x lllllle, ti , i t. ., , I , i c . tl. I .V e.r.. I Me. i. in. nti.1 li.nr-i.i. fvi .in - an.l i-atnniay ''I III ' ' IIU. I.I l I le -1... a , j , , 1(. ,-V. llica, MltlKOIK U'.-lie ..I... i I.I; Kiillir.l I) ' 'Hi t tin M In. Ilerll II, "lint:. 1. 1 Mi.ii.la. April . I '. li,' .In,. I li'in Ul II. nil In ... I . . I !, I DORIS'S 8TH Av-E- MUSEUiVI-: llitUtnii ; i' ii- i it minion I1.1II linnl fni m n a! ! f-aii .!. I n t lii.ir I. nrlxtiitU i. .if- ihimI I imiv riiiiupn in rniiN i"i ah nzt i . r I. HanfonlA MaiiiiliiNuVHi(vi iihim Ihi-ittiv I N.i. .', n-. l.i a urn ii i ni ki ,- ti i iJIHtu ID A M 'H III 1 I'. XI. A-ln i ll 1U -tiii- '.i. -I ui r - . uluj ! 1 ll in r. M. H. R. JACOBS' THEATRE' r.v.Vtir.'''1 Th'.VrVH"i A NUTMEG MATCH., Nl T N I KK I'M I. llllll 11. BROADWAY,','" V 7; .. , ! ih.i i ur i - iM .ill. ei '.V -. i.l .in kliOWi n UTOPIA LIMITED. CARMENCITA BALL II. Ml. III. '. I'lfiu ll.tl.l I'll KI I - l I III :- lilt III tl. I III " TH bit" UTH HI Mt'HK IIAI.I tNIi tl ! II m 1 : 1 1 v i "i li I 1 i .i I I .. 1 1 il - thi: monster orchestrion. ria .1 till Ml- lie h. :..,.,! 1 - I. . TOM HATH, Tl l. & I'll III A V.! niOTflD'O I '" I t I llll.-uiN II I . I. I I .1 r Aii I ll ll ii ll'll': ' ' ' ' ii"i mi i I Htllllll tl .- ll, Ul ... ,.,,, I'nl I llt'k. M. ' ni'lf. - ' M,itir,V l.ar.tl.el iiAHHIl ill Mi Vi Mill i. Irvllni i.l. THt GIHL I "' ,, T-: " LEFT BEHIND Mf. "; Ti7' lAUK ihi I ui lini i unl "i m. IIATINJS "ll IMU Mi HAY. THEDAZZLER. N1BL0-SU " ! ,, . -'7J..1;:,;. L0S1 IN NEtv YORK. II Ml I M ul'l 11 II "I - I ve.K. I.V M . - .ii .' Ill' I IIM Mi li II I It It II. N. M I y. It.-. I. I. II. It INII ,111. II. II. IMPERIAL ;:, e... Hi. I . lie In lit, I'll III.IIMAMA I III A I III I" ' ' I II l I'AVN Nlill. ikl.ll "I I III I A- - t e !. i II h Wilhelltt SI of IliH lil'eU-llel., wh 11. el In e :. t. I! w l.y Ihe Itlli home an.l fatherln l..r tr.n - i , : rn i', t i w. ni ..i n ' I' I tt I I hii'l I ' ',, . I - ! ! 1 I ! Ill ! . i ! . . ' l ' . ' ' I in 1 l.i n I tt 1. -i : ' i : !'.....! ".; tt I ' Imi tl . n 1'iltl. I t a 1 1 . n 1. 1 1 ; . i - t 1 , ! ' III 1111 1 , . tt ll li .1 tl IllU . ' Vet' 1 1 nliilii le aliowi'l , ihe w. 'II- eieiti.l i.i.t. e of her II ; :n In- m in nliolll It i -. l! Iel -' ' tl Hi Knvll-I in. in Juki i- I i ..n- I . i Ihe ec "I the lift, r-eal'ln ' ieaae. hei ilnglni an i i ! .. . ; ivhls.er to hei Ti. -.iii : he luusln I i " little laugh, ami n I In Hln lo Mtuiil. louO enoiiglt for n'e n hear: 'A kin-., sahib? Surely the fallll) WOUld l0t Imw ltl ItlM him.' YiWMi M CaRPETS. ;i nnrtinnnl fr Xn Rtirlns h il" IflfgWt .i iii ,- . , r i i ,..ir In iv n "ur pr1nn nn pmitlvrly !! nt"ti nurtpniwof payment ir SPEcVaL FOR THIS WEEK. JL ..ni, in.. in tt ni. 'ilA UK 'An;, Til -II. II. - . ' , ti , til r ti in i i .. -. i . -mi. I,, S III Oil, a 14.00. -I 1.00 In ino.no. i . . i i.ii Miiei t.iir.1 hliiinq ' i ei. 111. IlielH. I'nl. 111! Iteil , ''... -! 'l Iii ',i',. v.'.';.-, ,i .1 i .. CARPETS, ffifis S HUGS. . e t i i' 1 1' n T- ;. Hi. . il , i . t. . t.l dull. I ll . t ,.,.'! tl 11 s.'.ii.. .....'.'. s;i.;.,. si.'.m, ..- . -i mil i I ' i In II I , . i TJ n! !le. Mini l.i ,'! ,'ille. I III N I I! i . II till IP. II '! ACCOUNTS CPEHED FOB ALL. I'lll til il- limn fi-.l 141 "'in 4 u.iii:ttTM. nri.N 4TI IHV KVI NIMH. tin i Unit!" I'romtitli vi i ftii!ri Tn, SOL. HEY MAN & GO., '.m:: anil !)!.- :si Avo K livern ftOtli himI ROIti Hf i i kh. airiios ii i i n i iiti it i i Amusements. HUBEfi'S "'" MUSEUM. $1 SHOlW FOR 10c. , , ft Q ' -r INTERNATIONAL ShlNTW8 CONTEST. ir. it girl In lionrt) V' i -1 vi nt"- " -ii n . Am i i ip I tin. - i ui) the hand . : i iKt-t i.i-...'i- ih juiltlli Vlntiiiia Knnpp, initial i. '.hi-- I'll n.it-..' iwvrlili'itroii.th tp l:.-r i '. it l It -.-ul'l .wii IMhiuI .!"; i . mil.) Mf ten -l ''' d-hiilrml Henplo; wli! lNnaln In tin- M'liu- i't Millie! t ln-i K-r iiiici ti hi i. nn 1 1 n linn ii i TliPfttrc h irh ll Ixti -ii i u--riliii ti mii 1 1 i-h ijmi'ii. lii-it i , mill i t i.i il. NVllli MvMI. Huwo una -.. uiir, tin M.w.t- M.i.tf- mill M-iniii-, nn I i it hia . - i i .iiimIio rtn grand ,,;.:';:,'- r.. II Nl. tt I I K.I Mil' I! (INI) tt. AINU I. 9. . K.titr.tt 1:1.1. pi li I'O ll ii iM'i:. of ANN t DAVENPORT, Nupwrti I - - Mplhounii Mel nwi II, In Hrdoui ",,'1.' LA TOSCA. I'm 1 a 1 1 'it- . I r. nnd Not, Mat.. CLEOPATRA. N 1 I it I I ', llnVT'rt A IIIIAMM MnxRiCY. cden mu3ee. ,1'vv,::,';vn,. " ll I. II I.l) IN tt l. I ir-t ...i" i.rat it v. .'.,,.( COIXTESS Mil lit HETHLEX SAX DOR, ARNOLD KIRALFI, 11 1 . 1 : -:i' . 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 iln 1-v A ft .in - 1 M 11 :au 1 e . I vi: t III A I I.l . II'WA, Mi :llll n' . w I i k, liHil NNINii 1 III- I VI XI Mi, MR ! IK.. MMI l. I' W . I . - . .ti I Mi. Tin. in. i.n 1 U ,., k W I - NhI Mnl I hi lr..!.iii.i-liM I ui n i rimm -ii:. it r Itmi livon I rl , i nrlli Nil. nluht t.irfui Ih. A -Tinjnit l(M-r. KOSTER & BIA.L ADM. 50c. 'I.. ,i I line. .Iii.-.iii.'a litnii. i .hr il -. trintui'l 'Al-.. Ileei.r .iii.l l.nnriilni . tiei i.ii.ii. lie -ii n.Mipiitii. ii,i. Icirrtll. , ,' ICii.ul Mn -lt.it 1. 1. ill. I he llri.nl It" .-. ll I.' 11 : I NI'Kl'l AJ.TIK X'lVBl.TIKW pACTVil livtnlncs. vi.. '..inn-Miiii LAJlilU. Sal i lul 2 011 SOc. , . . FA N R I 'SS EL L tn I.IKOl I.l i.iKon.i l'AI M ' ': - I 1 1 I I 111 I i uHlA Mm Sat. MR. JOHN DREW. illl 1 .1 ill SM MIlN I II T II li 11 I i' T I II 1- I.IRS, KMI'IIII I'HKAI III I t-'-l- 1 . M . II i. It I '.'... Ill II II N III. SOWING THE WIND. M tT. Ill UMMIU A -A Tl Hilt V. rK It X ' a'"1 ' UNI einl I. I llli J ! '.II 0. . ill Kiiiiny Kt-aliina, ' ' ' n .' : in :'.i. I' M. enntlnui lia. Bl ' "fl I IHUiAlitVA M tltllOfllST. I J J U. M ,; .... . I .,,,. , MARBE JANSEN, III I HllMI ll t T II, " n. m a ii rn I A Arthur Iln leepvvalker .1 II I I III.A I III lie Mm i ITnp A Mk-l I . ' " - I ' .,! ' . ! mltir ill -I I- "1 " LOVE'S EXTRACT." M..ii . 1 li Mr. II. Manian-l I'leinlnj ' itUrLL O MINN.' 'ilMI! l'Minl. SLE JEANS - 1 i. N l . I lltl I f.itll M.H-. J. I.',. 7TH MONTH' CHARLEY'S AUNT. MAI INI I WI.HNKJ.li.tY kKA'iritHAt COLUMBUS THEATRE. M .'; 'A 15, J, 1 THELIKUED MAIL j h! M I III' t I'lll IIU IMA7..IN !,!'. I HHKI 1' IN Wlll.K'S M llnirc in I -..' 1 - ii i i i-.i ress i n g i . mien m .Ke love, ! . ' it'll lilt, W 'T'l-. 1 .!'. ' ' . - n ! I will sine the i. ! tin a te- shall kiss Listen.' l .'. .1 '.' il I .1 ! i. like - .. i i nit ti iii,. .! . ii i Saul I ' tk ller ubnm :.-".- iii.l ivh.ni sin ha.l Iraivn illltiu i 1 1 : ' ti i:.i ..I. . . ahi ni i i." ' tt'aicl ni? them. 1 '. till never .nrl el I I her hau.la on hla ah ml I 'rs, i ah. lift. : Ih. in .ti. I ati pi" '1 i i. I. Ami a-- I mil i li ini. matt, ha ' 11, i lil-Opp. ll I Ihe ele.'k ill i I - l Hi.! : iii. ii i le.i was, I thought inoi ii ii shi it tl itabb. I him, in, I apriiiKinii forwnrJ isiught her b) the wrlsl. Hut shi ble In nt) face, mil 1 aeeniej to le.e all power Of muIii .mi motion for tin space of a few seconds, ind when l recovered ni m naei ibe was jiii disappearing into her oabin, "When we esamlned the wolf for I in.iy not say hla rial name there was i p? I 1 hi I I U"' I- ' I Ml! Mir.' I IHNAM IN.MA'I IINTi-MAKKm I Ini; Illl AMI. Iii' AN I'Knl'l I. IS HEW- K1IAI. AMI l"lt .1 II. T.t I I IH fc (11. IH I PAtll'li TI.Alt. Xl.tM nllll'I'Kti f A CAR-TO i.l MM IIM. i. AMi VI I; Alii. N'HtV ItKADT In IIUVV I II l.M All. i 11'. n I. IN DKSIO.V AM) (iil.nn, ASH lit! I 1 HUM KKA-NVATKR HAMAIlB. MVIH IN I HIN'A. VVUIIIK LABOR 19 I III. tl' t.VIl HI'IUKIT H Ni) IMPIlBT HI M 111. HI. Mil Al'.r. AHI.I. Tf) COVK ; j vol u iie.i.M-i ai viiv i. in l.i: COST. I- It tl K l.llil K "". fsi.l. ijllO.01 AXD Jl'.'.iai I'l II HUM, i.l Ml VIM -I !: rAMI'i.K. in " ..' -Ih i'V WINDOW J.H.LITTLE&CO llei -1. KL'UNIHHKIM, 3 and 5 Wost 14th St. I S9 NOW READY. Portfoiio No. 1 nl- I II K J,. vnii T,-c WIS il of the sfv ! ' Midway Plaisance. THE MQRHIIIB" WORLD 9 offrrs the " PORTR IT'I YPE' .-ii IO rents ftorvneh Port I oil n( nnd 1 ill' i-niic-NHliiu lll hoiil for flu- llfllr a-l-l"' fur thOM u lin Mcura I'l.'ll.lll't SO, 1 HM'l - li ' ' 1H IIC I'm i i.l.'i-" durtOS the tti'.'k of lau. Prlca for buck niimbrt-n ivl 1 be l . n-nli. j tiT 'l Ir" nil mnll to Till". WOULD piiHiii in ni'.-Ai: imi.m, Vnni.- jti iii-iN-. In mhu' ivnit Iht huilness tn Art Portfolio I-cpart merit, WORLD BUILDING, ' I ur llnr on. nt ; l-'iih Ht. nn I lErltvin I ; Avp.J Hn nkiMinlltn-. ::(KI WoRhliinioo ! . Rrnoklyii; cvmraioflle. nfvi-irn ' Mi i-tort. tii am-., corntti I6tb tit., I ' I Amusements J MAIIW)N MQl.'AUE UA.RDJfiKa ' LJARNUM & BAILEY'S !' IIUKATKmT HOW i.vktii. ! wuti nil itrt i - - i Wonilcm rtirus, it tn, i Mi luur-TU"-. Kle pliant m. J , Kihrni'L- .-il roiiffTBi t.l BUrwiM People i i-.iii-'irifiii'- .jiiv ui si ami 8 I. M. -, ) Atinii-asiuii 20c . fc.. 7-v. ., !: ti aooordlaf to UM'ailnn ill kMt. Mox -yatn Jtwcl.. CENTRAL OPERA-HOUSE MUSIC "HALL f ; 7 1 ! !., nenr 3d Af. ! HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE ,;v'?HFirln (oininciiriiifa .Hoiulnv, April "J, 1 SIM. j ' IHVIMi l'l.t J. rilKATKK. Hftt.aUtTsTfifS l.V Moii'liiy. "iliv.ly luMt i lint. 2 lluppr i.- i nc-il.i . ml. nuHarnnri uf Si im (irete i mil ut. A Nmhti'tV W 'Ine-Kiay. last appnranc ..' liur i niiri.-l in I'.. Kiniis. TtHinulny dlrnt i nn . l riila- -t.-ii. Mi..v Kvt. . hlf Arnit Ixj-wln, '. i: I u I 111 A I ': ir K l.V Mat. Weil. ftHM. M 11Q9 "klLANYl" !1 1 4"Uil.' " . i .: l.lvitiglMctUI-H. DAI VC Jaiii:. t. hkhsik" ALT O. !'... it, t.t! !,':!.. 1,:,;:' vv";.;.i'-,. I shore acres. UCftDIi IUIIIC I 0U1 rnt; . slum, nCnnMAnlt 0 Moon to 1 1 P. M. lAllMKNt'ITA Mn-Miic Itull lo niclit Tiuu ii.;iuv Huii. ticket i . tills Isths nol thing. Brooklyn Amusements. p VCTV ItnmiuHV A Throop n n'iC I VI A IC1 Is llyda Jk '.!.. tn M niii-s-sn. I " MAtlnet Monday, Tbumday nun nutunlay. f TONY PASTOR Z (BUI CO., J. v KHh Ward Volte, Roger Brot r 1 mill t.tli rwil known stitr. i N. xt Werk Hilly Barry In "THE RIKIM A DARKEST RUSSIA M.'S1 lUturfnl Mclii. -.'.v.. .'tin-. . 7.V. , -. ..l, MMtiitee.. llaieonv .ZV'. ; Ort'li.'.lrn,oOo j EBfltinr Waitjr nentotd. Lieiss end, Mg , hfiU HI- i j'- i- "" IllllllL 4T ... t.l Hi,'rve.l !t at 'JSa , Mr, and Mrs. OLIVER BYE0K o T O v ill.-. miiIi I'l.olt' i.-fM-' A Mr. O I Alts iniiKH i-v 2a, .... i .-ii 4in Uwrved -i i 9te. i"k!'.?L.', MCARTHY'S mishaps. Pill. KlNN'e XEt l-AHK Til KATltH 'l III: riti- week Mhi. W"i ksat. CRUST OF SOCIETY. C01UM8IA. """'KSSa.0 I.e. I.enii..- Mil'".' -murhivriDly- mi. ih. SOTHERN. GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. Bwatn - ; The Hising Generation. AMPHI0N. B!WftjaS2riM I mi- I . .. M.i'.i.ei-. t. unilSat. CORINN E msMiuicK hiihux. I ii t .i . itti-l upon him. Blmpla WUhelm St: in-- -t.l u wns heart rtlieaM, and X kpi my ruvplctuni lo myaolf Hut I inui.ii! -I to obtain a ilniplo reagent I , ( from th. - hlpi nu dldm ch st, and when ! i i nl it upon the wolfa llpa and to'i-jjue, i ,i ii nt trace of purple showed itself." I L j r- i-.'iu i ' i - -j. i PoUom -I bj that klw," iM Frltr .' w ;n in was i poison mald'to, a little known product ( Hindoo priest . 1 1 ift, Shi had i" n fi 'i up m some poi froni birth, until she wui sjiturated with It. Ii nust have been very deadly i i do Its Wi.rlt so qui. kb . with no larger dose than w is given in the mt ting of their lips. Hut th n, lt r breath laden with 't w -is i nough t" dais nv " "Hut what you sa) Is Impossibly" I .-.ii i. incn dulousl) "teook up th. back volumes of your Lancet,1 said Frits, eacerly; "what you can not explain Is th. poetic justica of the occurrence. The polaon-maldM was the Instrument of tha Injured prince's vengeance, but If ever a man dsasrved t i .ii. by the In - - of a woman it was thi uU." Liverpool 4'oii-uuinc.