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B THE WORLD: THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 30. 1895. "v "- T Jf8B
I PITYTHEPOORBABIES! I I ' Free Doctors Tell of the Poverty I of Their Homes. & Little Ones Diseass-Strioken Amid m Want and Squalor. I The Sick Babies Fund Caret for Alt f of Them It Can Find. tiih stnscniPTioxs. Frevtouslr acknowledged tll.IT! 71 Nonle Maker, Ilr.witer, S. Y 1.00 iFrederlo Pellak l.oo 1.00 Ml.i McKlnler, Maipeth. L. 1 1.00 A Cheerful Qlrer 1.00 The tree doctors of the Sick Babies' Fund have not told you all the atorlea of their first visits to the tenements last Monday. Every doctor has a heart-rending; tale to unfold, and there are so many of them that "The Evening; World" could not find room for the stories. It prints three more to-day, however, which are mere suggestions of the pitiful condi tions that the Fund physicians found In making their rounds. L The fresh-air excursions thla Summer, which will begin June 15, will do the P poor babies a lot of (food. There will be ling and pleasant sails down the bay and up the Sound, with lively music, nice groves to wander through, and Plenty of refreshments for all hands. Two of these excursions will be given every week, and during the very hot spells they may be given more fre quently. But here are the free doctor' atorie k again: In reviewing my district to-day being a new one to me and locating the very "poor" spots in it, I found in a wretched two-story and basement frame building In a rear yard on Market street, five I families, numbering twenty-three souls, I adults and children, occupying five I rooms, with the basement for general I use as a wash-room or laundry. I In one of these families was a girl of F about sixteen years, who had been suf- l fering seven years with a sickening look- tag eruption of the skin all over the body, .which 1 diagnosed as lupus vul- saris, of a contagious character as evl K denced by another child In the house M showing symptoms of It, She had been ! to dispensaries until tired, without re f lief, nor could much hope be given on account of the unsanitary surroundings, poor diet and clothing, and want of proper medicinal and hygienic treatment. Ivone of these can be obtained by the sufferer In her present condition and sur rounding. Efforts will be made to send t0 ono ot. .the 'lnds for treatment. i,Zh.8ioc.cupatl2n of most of the persons h8.1" !iatvof .Peddling goods and gar s' dn.Jru.ck,- "w U8ed t0 flnd steady work at harness making, but the trade ,nh?esie.nera,e'!- and tha work ene o ?hrhCltleJ" heT? " ' don cheaper than here by hand work. The bitterest t .r,'Vir.,0. ,old i h hardship tof the i KfiLi 'J!.. Kn2. sPrln. nd many 1 t ha.,!eylth,.d.e"?ht' a Promising some t wPiSn(1,J.e.Ilef' I"8 rcturn ot the "Even leu tug World ' doctor. I i-0!1?1"8 lnt? the flrst doorway that m looked promising, and almost any door- m way had a cheerful, hospitable look to- W i.-fcalaetl ?y .SP occasional flash of m lightning and still more occasional hall K- lamp, we crept up the damp, steaming , stairs and knoa ed from door to door. In spite of the unfavorable conditions I we were ah.e to find soma cases which 1 called for our attention. In ore tenement on the west side, a I basement poorly furnished and much more poor.y llgn'ed, was a family of a mother and live small childrenthree or whom were lying face downward upon the floor or any convenient place, the face and eyes covered by their grimy little arms. Diagnosis, conjunctivitis: r treatment, a soo'hing- and healing lotion and a few discreet but not personal remarks to the mother on the necessity of cleanliness In such cases, and wo Crops our way along to the next door. In that section of the city, known as the "East Side, downtown.'1 and lying Just south of Houston street, are located the most densely occupied dwellings of the many thousands that cover this Island. The people occupying them are those whose pitiful tales we have Just been reading In the publlo press, where whole families by thrtr combined efforts were able to earn the magnificent sum of a little more than 15 per week, end perhaps more frequently lest even than that. Naturally, one finds among them the most extreme poverty and distress. Yet that poverty bears a, different aspect from such as Ir incurred by shiftless and Intemperate habits. There It tome thing quiet about It, and looking at the clean Interiors of their little homes, one might be readily deceived by their Inviting aspects, and assume that dis tress and want were foreign to them, but a little closer observation and the true condition of affairs becomes appar ent. In Just such a home a man staggered to the door to greet me. and said that his wife was sick, but that she wat the only Invalid of that poor household. His struggling efforts to keep from falling plainly beltsd his story. I will not say more of these two unfortunate people, who. without children, and perhaps without kin. He there sick, both Incur ably tick, and yet both bravely patient. While It continues to bo my fortune to act near them as an agent of "The Evening World" Corps I shall not spare the means of that charity In aiding them. Don't forget that a few cents con tributed to rThe Evening WorldV Sick Babies' Fund will help to allay the suf ferings of the poor little ones. Last Summer It cost not much more than 50 cents to save a child-life. If you care to aid this beautiful charity send what J'ou can spare to "Cashier of World, Pu Itrer Building, New York City." A Brooklyn Heneflt. Tli trr .nt.rtalnment oC the iuni tor t'u rick babies will be slv.a Friday evening, June T. at Robertson lull, Gate, avenu. ami Down ing atrial, Dnnklrn. Tickets can be procured at hob.rteon'e th. catarar, or by addreeslnc Mr. A. Ward. If Cambrlds. placa. Brooklyn, Tier art at tba raaaonabla prlca ot II aula. Nonle Sends f3. To the sMttori Pleaa. Bui Ineloeed II for tba Sick nablee' rani. NOME MA11RR. ilrewatar, N. Y. With Some Tonehlnar Verses. To toe mtori Inclosed pltiee find It for tba tick BabWa Puna, Toon helnrullr, MlsS M'KINLBT. Mupeth. U L OK THB DEATH OF TWO. (till ana eold a little form In Ita Infant beautr lar, Surrounded br the Summer flowera. Aa awaet ami frail aa thtj. Tat to that unconscious form Great and mlsbtr power was riven Power to draw two human heaxta Nearer to tha gate of beaten. Aa tha sottla left Ood'a wbtta throne To dwell upon tbla earth below. He rare to eaoh a thread of love And bade them on their mlaaton to. And wind It round two human hearta, And In weakneta bind It fait. Soon be called the children home. Knowing all would coma at last. And though that mother! arma oft acha To hold again her children dear; It can hare but one effect To draw her to their refuie near. MISS M'KINLET. Another Utile Life Saved. To tha Bdltor: inclosed find II for the Sick Bablca Fund. L. Sent 91 on Hie Birthday. To tha Editor! I am two yeara old to-day, and aaved II to and to tha poor alck bablra on mr birthday. ynuDcmcK poliak. M Van Bares atreet, Brooklyn, Hay II. From a Cheerful direr. To tba Editor! lndoaad pleaee And It towarda your tick Ba blea' Fund. Hope It will help to eavo acme poor unfortunate child. A ClIBBItFUL OIVB1U CAPT. MURPHY'S ILLNESS. Confident of Recovery, In Spite of Hla Critical Condition. The condition of Police Captain Mur phy, of the West One Hundredth stroet station, who haa been 111 with dropsy and kidney disease since his Indictment for blackmail, la quite critical. The Captain was seen at hki house, 169 West One Hundred and Fourth street, this morning. He was sitting up, but was In a highly nervous state and the dark lines under his eyes told of the uncomfortable night he had passed. "Although I had a bad night I am feel ing better this morning," emld the Can tain with an effort at cheerfulness. "I'll come out of It all right yet." Police Surgeon Ncsbltt, who Is attend ing the Captain, has expressed little hope for his ultimate recovery. Mr. Illtt Improves Dally. WASHINGTON, May lO.-Bepresenta-tlve Illtt passed a fairly comfortable night. Each day shows a slight Im provement over the preceding one, and on tha whole his condition U quite a little better than one week ago. 3 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report AB&OLVTEIX PUBE PLATT LAUGHED OUT. Mayor Strong Had Told a Joke at "Peaoh" Depew'a Dinner. Presidential Possibilities Kept In the Background. Altojrether the Doctor Is Well Pleased with tho Result. It was just at the moment that the cannlkan clinked for the third time, according to hls'orlnns who were at Dr. Ucpews "alimony dinner" Inst night, that Major Strong told a funny story, wherent lions Piatt actually laughed right out beforo the other guests. A man who was telling about It to-day referred to .he feast as an "alimony dinner." because every one of the Presi dential candidates present has been divorced from his present boom several times and Is now paying the penalty by being cited beforo lloss Piatt for con tempt. Hut about Mayor Strong's story and Boss Piatt's laugh! Tho story didn't amount to much In Itself. It was one of those bonmots describing the adventures of a Kentucky man, who carried a quart bottle ten miles and who found It wns full of cough syrup for babies when he started to take a drink the same story that every Ohio mnn tells when ho gets a chance. The frigid formality of a State event had characterized tho feast, and even two real good stories from Dr. Depew ' could not dispel It. Hut when the Mnyor told his story It was different. When Mr. Piatt laughed, everybody else did, and the Ice melted away-.i little. The rest of the dinner was character ised by something jkln to good nature, nnd the public has It upon the authority pf a distinguished State officer that Mr. Harrison, of Indiana, nodded over tho rim of his clret glass at Mr. McKlnley. of Ohio, signifying his good will, and afterwards asked the Ohio Governor about a State Convention he held out nt Zanesvllle tho other day. Tho Governor made a flve-mtnuto speech, telling about .Polities, that ! Presidential pnlltcs. did not llgure In the. small tnlk. There were many references, along with the roast, to the Democratic Administration, nnd Police Commissioners Roosevelt and Grant, tvho were present, .ujpre twitted nbout the lob they hnve onand. Oov. Morton told a good story about the new fangled '"onstitutlon. and the only ref erence made to the Presidential a.pli.t tlons win by "nd" Lauterbach, who sat next to Uoss Piatt, and expressed the belief that the next President was In the room. Everybody laughed at thli sally, but the subject was not pursued. Dr. Depew Is immensely graiHled at the success of his love feait, although the net results of It were declared thla morning to be one good dinner nnd sev eral good stories. There were no speeches. The varied booms of tho va rious gentlemen present are In precisely the same condition they were before. Mr. T. C. Piatt didn't unload anything concerning his preferences In the Pres idential race. At table with the Uoss, and only a few feet away, were Con gressman Helden, of Syracuse, who Ib here to help organize an nntl-Plntt mi dline: Cornelius N. Hllss, William Brookfleld and l.leut.-Gov. Saxton, nil of whom have knives out for his scalp. Hut ho didn't appear to be afraid of the-n. The full list of guests at the Doctor's board were: Ex-President Uenjamln Harrison, Oov. Morton, Gov. William McKlnley, Senator Thomas H. Carter, of Montana; Senator Stephen Hlklns. of West Virginia; Mayor Wm. L. Strong, ec-Senator Warner Miller, px-Senatnr Thomas C. Piatt, ex-Senntor Frank Hie cock, National Committeeman K. S. Witherbee, Cornelius Vanderbllt, Gen. Horace Porter. Commissioner Theodore Hoosevelt. D. O. Mills, Lleut.-Onv. Ch.is. Saxton, Senator Joseph. Mullln, Gen. Samuel Thomas, Congressman J. J. Del den. Commissioner William Hrookfleld, ex-Judge W. II, Itobertson, Cornelius N. llllss. Col. Fred Grant, Speaker Hamil ton FIh, Col. E. H. Duller, Edward Lauterbach. Hotel Hoof Fllrllnff Suppressed. The malda and men eerranta or the Fifth Ave nue Hotel have been amusing themaelvea Jijr in dutglnir In more or le lolent flirtations in the root of the building, to the Intense delight of the emploeea on the upper floors of ttie Metro polltan Life Insurance Building. Tha latter paid so much attention to the ronf flirtations that their ork suffered. The managera of the Metropolitan cpttrdar complained to the Fifth Atenue Hotel people, who put a atop to the per formance. m Conalct Clnlme to He an Heir. J. II. Hunter, a prisoner In the Michigan Cltr, Ind . Tcnltentlarr. sars he is the son of Mar rsret Hunter who recently died In Nenark, and claims the estate of HO 000 left by her. Dr. Walter Washburn, sdmlnlstrstor of Mrs. Hun t.r'a estate, says tha man la an impostor. Mrs. Ornnnl-i'x I'micr I'nmnllnlilc. The Tost-OHce Department has decided that The Church ITnlon. a religious pipr, published by Mrs. 11. II. Qrannls, Is unmallabre, because It publishes adrertl.t-ments that violate the lot tery aw. Orders have been given to exclude from the tnalla all copies of the paper containing the lottery advertisement. -w p CnwrraTiiwaiT's store. 104 Wet 1411. at., tiaa the clituiHSl carpets lu tho city. . WILL IT BE DICKINSON? nellef that He Will Snceeed Oreeham aa teeretavrr of State. (spa-dat le Tha livening War id.) WASHINGTON. May SO.-Don M.DIck lnsn, of Michigan, aeordlng to a belief in Government circles. It going to suc ceed to the portfolio left vacant by the death of Secretary of state Oresham. DON M. DICKINSON. The Michigan statesman, who was Postmaster-General during Mr. Clove land's first term. Is In training for the Premiership. He Is In thorough accord with the President's foreign policy as expressed at a recent meeting of tho Cabinet, and In a recent speech at De troit, Indorsed Mr. Cleveland's views on the subject. These Mows, In addition to urging a broad and patriotic sentiment In a gen eral sense, are declared to favor an ag rresslve reslstauco of the Intrusive policy of Great Ilrltaln towards de sirable territory In South America, par ticularly directed at the moment towards the acquisition of disputed boundary rights in Venezuela. A firm, althnuevh conservative policy, having In view the protection of South American Governments, from the per sistent demonstrations mada by Great Ilrltaln to acquire suxerainty over the weaker Governments ot South America, Is favored by the President and in dorsed by Mr. Dickinson. For these rea sons It Is believed Mr. Dlcklneon will assume the direction of the Govern ment's foreign policy. A further report In official circles is that Congressman Leonldas F. Living ston, of Georgia, Is to be made Minister to Venezeula, In order to carry out the totalis of the President's foreign pollcv as It applies to that nation. Mr. Liv ingston will shortly sail for Venezeula, as a guest of that country. Hi". It Is expected, villi Instruct the Venezuelans as to the construction flncod upon the Monroe doctrine by the 'resident. If he were made tho Diplo matic representative of tho United States while there it would not occasion any surprise. I Jn Rheumatism, Lum-; bago, and all such I; deep-seated pains, the! quickest and most com-!; I plete relief comes from a !; I liberal application of Salva-cea (TRADg.MAXK). Salva-cea is also espec-! l ially effective in cases cf ! Eozsme, Piles, Erysipelas, Burns, I Tottsr, Irulsss, Salt Rhsuin, Sons, Itohlng, Sore Throat, : Dolls, Earache, j 5 Two sires, 25 and 50 cents. ; ( At druggists, or by mail. fy TiRADCM-TH Co., a;4 Canal St., N. Y. ,' gases-!---.-.-.--...-----.- Personal. I.K.NA BE. must let her la.lul huehend" know v. here she la cr ba cut out Irom bla estate. mL Enwor Fredrick $ vKL. y$J WhUe Crown prlnce f Germany, gl IsPm Appointed z4tiWsi3. - Johann Hoffas s. 5?1 rVWjjB an honorary Yt liyvlSWWS member of the Na- Sx o J.y 1 '5& S,lj tional Society, of S $ m which he was the head, g) in acknowledgment of the merits of the j . Genuine Joliann Hoff's Malt Extract. t Beware of imitations. The eentii'.e f S m'.i vf Johann HofTi Malt Extrict tm this signature t3T ' rgTlAnnsUl o cm neck label. Eisner flt MENDtlso Co , LX'-w"WZrS v- Sole Agents, New York. Ji YW You Can Be Comfortable. The 46th Street Baumanns' Amerlrn'a (Iremlvtt FurttUtire Drain-... will farnUh Yvnr Ilomn Hh II cry Known KrqnUtte on Ihrlr UNEQUALLED CREDIT SYSTEM Without Ready Cash Tkit r.raalt. Tea te Meke e RmeJI Payment, either Weekly or Meutklv, Until 1'a.ld. All tlonda Mnld ait STRICTLY ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. Furniture, Carpits, Bidding, Linoleum, Oilcloths, Mattings, Ratrlzeratort, Stoves, Limps, Curtiias, Crockery, Tinware end Housefurnlshlnits. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OUT-OF-TOWN TRADE. S. BAUriANN & CO., Cor. 46th St. and Eighth Avenue. OPBN MATt'llttAY IINTII, IP P. a. WEtT 14TII ST. CVRELIABLT CARPETS FOR FHIDAY. The Best Moquette Carpet, With or Without Borders to Match. at 79 Cents Per Yard. NEVBn worn nEAUTirui.-nuT in Tim nEAUTT Or 4UIKT I11C1INFR3 lUTIIKIt THAN OlAItlNO ritOMINENOE. TUB COLOIUNO Or" THAT DAINTINESS Et'CII AS BUNL1UHT Q1VEJ TO A CLOUD WIIEATH. TUB PltlCES WB AIIE QUOTtNO KEErt EVEnr niT op ritErriNEss in a nor. skip AND JUMP. Furniture lookrrs n. wrlrnase e. the barer., kuonlns coinporleon will .are you money. CAM On CIIISDIT. COWPERTHWAIT & CO.,1 104, 100 lOH WEST 14TU BT NEAR (Til AVE. nnooKi.YN s'j'oiiusi FL.ATDUS1I AVE., NEAR FULTON ST. The Leader. bodies' Outfitters. 30 East i4tli Street. SPECIAL FOR Friday and Saturday. SONHETTE CORSETS AT ALL PRICES. Summer, EXTRA LENGTHS, 69C. 08 Wast 23d St. CLEARINO SALE OF Fancy Waists WXnff Wo soil to-morrow (Frulnr) obout ono hundred dozen Ladies' Fancy Waists, in u numbor of pretty stylos, including tho ono illustrated above, in Lavrni, Ghnmbrays, Peronloi and Cnmbrics, in nil sizes and colorB most of them linvo been sold from 91.08 to $2.25 tnch. Prepaid mall order filled promptly. Sotie sent C. O. D. out at tho city. Flats and Apartments to Let. ONE MONTH KIIHE i:iiiranti1eslrah!e flats; only nne blftck from HSlh st elealcl station, rents, 113 to 10 lit CO. Apply 1M Hradnret ave. Amusements. COI.I1VI1U3 TIIEATIIH. Eva I U: Wed iSL Mala. IAT. 'I'O.IMl, IM I (,l( ITIIIN IU1, Monrna Hire In MY AUNT DIIIIHIET. Neat e.k Kate riaiton an1 Mme. Janauacbeck Iff TWO OltrilANJ. JORDAN & 1 , MORIARTY 207, 209, 211 and 213 PARK ROW. 1 year Chatham 8 quare, Xew York ' -dWM FURNITURE, CARPETS, &c. ' EASY CRE DIT TERMS. $1.00 Week on $65.00 Worth. . S $1.50 Week on $100.00 Worth. BI'ECIAL, ATTENTION OIVEN TO ALL OUT Of TOWN ORDERS. FBICB LIST iUUMD OH 40 I jB Open Saturday Evenings. Excursions. I.OMI IIIIANril AMI B.a,t,'K, OOP. MA K V PA ITA'.V, A L U KltOtf, PLJiAS I'JIK HA V. tor lllthland Oeaek, LltUa Silver, i.abrlfHt. treasure Uaf, ll'DDao.lB DaaeS 4&4 LONG BRANCH WEKK HAYS, levra Jane at. N.R. I A-M.anJ in r. M.j Ualterr. near Ilarce Offlca, l.ll A. at. a.d 1,5 P. M BUNbAYS, leave Jane (L A. M.J Itatlerr. IS A. M. Kr.ljht tor all landlnia I'asiena.r ant trelatit coaaectloo tor Aatrarr Hark. AMflUUV lMI'.K A.N It HACK. 8 1.UU FORT LEE PARK. CrsiHd llrrnratlnn liar Excursion SAr. AITonllns a magtilflcent view ot tha World Renowned railaadea, Oenaral Orant'. Tonb and HlverelJa I'.rk. Steamer! lea.e Waat Ulh at llamllns at !h st, N. II.. 10 minutes later) 10. II SO A. M t. ! SO, I IS, t.14 and 1 10 P. M. Heturnlns ; 30 and 10.15 A. M.. ll.U. 1.11, US, 5 SO and ?. r. tt. Indicates ail Intrrmadlata landtnrs are mada, i bally lime torm 11th at. K. R.. 10. I and t IS. CONEY ISLAND SEi BEACH ROUTE noAT nv hay uintiK rnuny. Leave toot Whitehall at hotulr tram 1111.11 Itundara I ) la 7.10 P. at Amusements! r llUU I Ull 0 To'Daf u from 11 A. M jo IIP. U. ISo.. Jao. a.d Ma. Hill A flnlf. Three Slaters Don, Ilan rollver Mirk. Al Reeves Dorothy Pennine. Frank (lakes Rie. Raymon Moora. Rlekarda. Kno Wilson. K.nneity a Williams, ft othera. Bun.lty concerts i P. M. to 10 10 P. M. continuous. PASTOR'S KIK Fit 1 1, A V VltHTA Tll.l.BY.TMllsSjaiBlal. Hatnrday Nlakl-I.a.t time af Veala Tiller. "llAltlll'.N I III! MAUUIKK'fJ iiic-A-iitK. apsajsaiaa . Mr. A. M. Palmer, T WM 1 1 KB W how M.owsr. I X afm Mata. Writ Aiat I IL.U I Ueiilnn atKllV I ! D-amallte by Paul If. Poller. iMI.tflt'M ITO-MtlllT. HlflTII TIME. LVai'ii ANOTIIEIt WKhKOK aite I LITTLE CHRISTOPHER BUSiE IK1NEIIILL AS LITTLE CHRISTOPHER. Rjurenlra, lst F'vrf irmsnee. Bat, June 1. Punles tit the National clam, ot PaaebalL aTSAIMn i'i:HA.liiu:Nh. . .. UnAllUpvilllAI', MAI. HAT. AT 'A Irish Opera, rural Blmpl.t and Melodious, ifxVklViJiftfiVAv iThi Lih ot Killimei MAI. HAT, NItllll'. I untl Ilallrt at L-Optlla. Saturday Nliht Mlied Proiramma. Nest J1e.k Mre rotter and Ur. tlellew. ifT'TfliTTin N"H' wMn wnTJAliTC" II I I H 'nultml Cniitliituiua rcilorm- Mil 1 11 u """ KtJgt iv.Vi: " Ena IlcrlholJI, IV'ool and ihfparj, lnei Mrcuiker'a "Street tlrchins" (tlre.l hill, Al Grant fuleora. lllnc, A Remington, Lavender A Tomson, 11 others A.vlKltlOAN TllllATIIIi. Malllit.xaltinlsr. Reserved He.ta, orchestra circle aod balcony. Its. CHAUflCEY 0LC0TT, IW,7 a'Stiit. Hoot Oarden opens Saturday. June L Oreat Bhow, CTH AVK. THKTltl:. r.VK. ATH.IO. O I.Ahl'WKKK. HAT.MAT.ArZ II. I". M I.N hit. Prop, ant! Manaeer WJ,,RHANF wW&h isxHlW ii. ununu i rATHF.it i M..UT, MuQjay, Junt 8, Sptclnl Production, FOR FAIR VIRGINIA. Strong Cast. New Scenery KUbortt St4i Effict. GARRICK THEATE'rT i.rH-.i:i: i tvniiuit atk;) Mlt IIK'IIARD Alt II K ANI TIIH.1IAN. MA.NWKIKI.U I Irl.. l'lti.SCK KAlll. ATAriCMV Or MUSIC lltb et. A Irvlns L I.AMT 3 HAY. Prices SI. 73a., tOc, Ua. THE FATAL CARD. EXTItV MATINEE TO-DAY. !-"t Mai. Bat. ,t t. ;. ,n, HOYT'S V.t'f.VNr, June 3. Unit AMERICAN DEI1UT, rORQET-ME-NOT IAMII' Afllllltt II. iimiI I.N IIIK KitAJsuN. W- 'TwiH Be. iiai.k I Holiday Wat. To-Dav. 14TII t-T. THKATnii lltllKH 2.V. 101.00. MA I. TOUAV. ilest and fuunle.t plav in town. PAN SULLY rouxBHiiitocKny. IIEIIALl) aq Theatre, U'way A Ulh at Kv-aia.lt. Dnuiiillv .V Tourjrr'a UU ET 11 Upcratlo ilurlr.iiH.. nAWLLI , ' gggS5aBBa.JsaW rVdBH ImuMnwiti. i''i AMBROSE PARK. " 8LAGK AMERICA, I Admlaalon Ua. Rawarvad. loa. aal tM. f daTtai I AND III -aawi Wth tt rerry. toot WMUaall t fata U. . S'H GRAND WAteNBK NIOHT. AVS.1S. -H Madlaoa HquarnTlarrlra AaaaMKaSfa. y H NATIONAIHVMPIIONY OSUHmHZ. ,-,'Bai Ron Jaatalckal .Coaawaawa JijM Admimoa, too. R.Mrved leata, tla. I Salsa, Hi KQSTER & BIAL'S ADM. t30i aim TO-DAY. 2.15 P.I. 1 HOLIDAY. 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L The Masterpiece of an Unknown and Its Startling Sequel. "Gentleman to see you, sir." "Who U it?" "Ho won't give no name, sir; but he , says his business Is most pressln' and ' pertlk'lar. I toll him you was engaged, but he would take no denial." Confound tho fellow," said Mr. Quillet, throwing down his pen. "I'm busy. I can't possibly see him. AVhera have you left him, Jane?" "In the hall, sir." "I say, you ought not to have done that. Ten to one he's somo thieving fet low after the hats and umbrellas, lint jou girls from the country" Mr. Quillet did not complete his sen tence, for at that minute a tall, dark man walked Into the room, and, after bowing to tho astonished owner of the houre with the blandest and most self- possessed ot smiles, said suavely: M "I wish to see you In private, sir." Ljwa, "Pray, lr, to what urn I Indebted for the honor of this call?" demanded Mr, Quillet, staring at the stranger through bis eye-glass. "I seo It stafed In The Referee, Mr. Quillet, that you are writing a tragedy Aa production at tha Er.ctheum. May 1th"W B' I ask you, sir, If that statement Is cor rect?" "'Well, It Is of no great moment," said tho other. "Let mo put It to you in this way. You are writing, or have written It does not matter which a trngpdy for production at tho Krectheum. It may bo a strom; tragedy; It may ba a weak one. lint, whatever Its quality, I can put Into jour hands an original work of my own, compared with which yours, sir, will read as weak as pap!" "Von are too flattering, sir, upon my word," gasped Mr. Quillet, astounded, as well he might be. by the fellow's Drazen assurance. "The play cf which ! speak," continued the stranger, disregarding Mr. Quillet's sarcasm, and producing a roll of MS. from his pocket, "lb this. I wroto It myself from first to last. And I venture to assert that It Is one of tho mot pow. orful tragedies that have ever been written In the English tongue." Mr. Quillet, checked the wither-1 Ing retort that rose to his lips. Now that he realised the class ot mor tal that he had to deal with, and taw that ba was an object (or pity rather than for nnger, ho adopted a more affable tone. No doubt a little Judicious I humorlns would bo tho quickest wuyi to get rid of him. "Ah, well," he said, "you wUh mo to I read your pity, I guther? I am vi-ry busy und cannot attend to It now. liutl If you will leave your .MH. lure, to getner with your name and address, I shall be pleased to glance through it nt ' my lelsuio and leturn It to you with my opinion upon It." The stranger smiled knowingly and, shook his head. "No, no!" he annwercd. "You must excuse me. Mr. Quillet, but really I know tho time of day, sir. Would you . look .it It, if I left it here? Not you. It has betn to six managers, nnd lias been leturned by all six us Unnultable. llut not ono of them had read It. That 1 know wry well. I'ur I ;uinniid the I bheets topether hero and there as .1 , teat, and when tho MS. came back the gum war. undisturbed." "Well, look here." ejaculated Mr. Quillet, g-iwlng angry again, "what the devil do you want, Fir? You don't expect me to read your confounded play 1 here aid non, do you?" I ; "I expect you to linen 7'hlle I read ' the play aloud to you," the ri'unijtr re-1 turned, folding his arms and regarding Mr. Quillet with tho calmest of stares. Tho litter's patienco was utterly 1 broken down by the tool liupert.neiieu , of tho demand. ! "We base had enough of this, sir,' said Mr. Quillet, wlthpringly; "I must w'.h you good day, Theiu is the door." I The strunger drew himself up to his 1 full h"Uht, nls tall, powerful frame quite dwnrllng the Insignificant propor- . tlons of Mr Quillet. "I shall declino to move, sir," he said, I coolly, "until you lme acceded to my rtqucst," "This ' monstrous outrageous." gisped Mr. Quillet. "In my houc! I'll I'll summon the police. I'll" 1 "Nono of that, plense." said the stranger, quickly interposing himself, as the other made a movement towarda the bell-rope. "Don't provoke me. I am dangerous when aroused. In .this mat ter I Intend to have my way. Come. Mr. Quillet, be reasonable. I offer you a compromise. Listen whlla I read tho V la'.ij.-'.'i-.'.-j.LI r.,.1 ..yvJ, ..v.' iJ!i.t .,, ,,.;t, j, j first net it Is very short), and If at the end you really wish to hear no more. I'll take up my papers and leave the house without another word." Gluing on tho bold Intruder with scathing glances of impotent wrath, Mr, Quillet sank back In his armchair. lie would have summoned HbSlsUnce by shouting out, but he was deterred from I this by two considerations first, that tho strnnger looked every Inch the man to lesort to rerjtonal violence; second, that it would have made lilmielf appear In a rather ridiculous Unlit. No; the safer as well as the moro dignified course was to remain quiet for the pres ent. On thut course Mr. Quillet most firmly resolved Tho stranger unfolded his roll of MS., nnd began ! read, taking no notice st all of tnr other's sulky scowl. The fel low's voice was musical an 1 expressive (nough, Mr. Quillet wuh forced, to admit to himself. And tho tragedy well, there was something In ' It after all. At the end of five minutes, the enforced listener had forgotten to rcowl; at the end of fifteen he was In tent and Interested, and at the end of thirty, when the first act terminated, he was sitting almost spell-hound. I "Shall I leave off here?" Inquired the stranger, "or shall I go on' I am ready, you know, to stand by our com-, pact." 1 "Clo on go on!" said Mr. Quillet, with a wavo of his hand. Every trace cf anger and resentment had left him; It waa evident from the expreson of his1 face nnd from his whole demeanor that ' ho was alive to no other sensations than thoso produced by this extraor dinary play, j With kindling eye and helghtencl' color, the ttranger proceeded, hla deep, ' musical voice never missing a point nor slurring light and khade. The motif of 1 the tragedy -to lt, the representation of tho dell In human shup4 was, obviously. far from original, but the treatment of the sublect was abo lutely so, differing both In detniU mil essentials tnd differing for the liettei from every previous conception. It breathed throughout an air, not merely of powerful tragic Interest, but of genu ine reality and natural consequence, which hurried you forward to the fatal climax by a strles of lrrcsUtlbla aaeVJiawi 1 g'..'iti'ff'in n j-.-. Vj.Jr. 1-a.:. developments. I.nng before the end was reached, Mr. Quillet (who was far from predisposed In tho stranger's favor) saw that thn piece would be a fortuno to any manuger, and Inwardly con fessed that his own Juat completed tragetly, on which hitherto ho hail rather valued himself, would be llterully extinguished by the blaze of so power ful a production. I llut tho wonderful strength and terri ble pathos of tho denouement soon ob literated from his mind everything In the sliiipe of sordid calculations, und left him only conscious of an over whelming senso of tragical emotion, "There!" said the stranger, laying down his papers, and regarding Mr. Quillet's expressive face with u look of placid triumph "What do ou say? does the plcco Justify tho strong meas ures I hae taken to force It on your 1 notice or does It not' ripeal, sir'" I "It It's a mnstcriiWce," gasped Mr. QuiUet. "A work of genius-a splendid trnjfdy. There Is no man living, and very few dead, who could hao written "I believe you," was the quiet reply. "It slanda alone. I know It. And now I give you our reward for having heard me to tho nd. Take thlfl tragedy; write your name upon It and produce it at the Erectheiim for your own!" "Eh -or 1 don't understand you," Mr. Quillet ejaculate), supposing that hU ears had deceived him. "My words were plain, replied the stranger. "My meaning equally so. I make ou a present of my iilc- -out and out with no reserve, except that you offer It to lllllhurat. of the Ereoiheum. In lieu of tho one which you aro now writing." "Iinposilhle," cried Mr. Qulliett. "Common honesty forbids ino to appro priate our work like thst. Why. mtn alive, do you not realize that this tragedy Is worth money to you? It means name and fortune." "Mali!" laughs the other scornfully. "What do I want with either? I hive long enjoyed too much of both. All I desire Is to have my tragedy produced; In whose name, or to whose profit, I care not a straw," 'Uut, really," objected Mr. Quillet. "I can't wait," Interposed the ftrang.r. lgWl!i;; 3 MiW i alXia "fiV' briskly. "I must have 'yes' or 'no' at once. If the former, well and good; If the latter. I take it elsewhere immedi ately. Which la It to be?" ' "Well, really, If joii are bent upon giving ft away." answerel Mr. Quillet, "I suppose 1 may its wen profit by It ns any one eie." "That Is rh'ht," answerel the other, ' taking up his hat and rising to go. "I will not detain you longer now. Prob ably I shall call on you again shortly." "Stay." cried Mr. Quillet. "You will leae ma our name and nddrw-s, In case I wlhh 10 communicate with you?" I The strnnger shook his head. "No," he said, with an Inscrutable look, "I'm afraid 1 can't. I liavo particular reasons lot secrecy, which I cannot now explrin. You shall learn m-ire ubout in., by nnd by. Tor the present 1 prefer to keep my Identity concealed." Mr Qutllot read the tragedy through again to himself, nnd a.s more than ever struck by its wonderful power and force. It was sotnu lime before be could tnaku uii his mind wlint Id do about It. Hut, at last, he submitted the play to milhtirrt. manager t.f the Krectheum, telling him the extraordinary and pe culiar circumstances under which he hud become pjjspsel of It lllilhurst nil the play, and at once pronounced It .1 trump card. "I tell ou, Qudlet, ho said, wllh en thusiasm, "theie's n mint of money In that p.ece. It's lis lciij.ii a draw ns anything I ever read Only 1 don't like this very rummy way in which It has comn to us. Supposing it alwuld huu been stolen, eh?" Having once made up his mind, the manager did not let tho grass grow under his feet. Within a fortnight the new tragedy was In full rehearsal It went well from the beginning. The m.tniger w.id In grtit feather, he saw a sure and phenomenal success before him. Then un accident happened which nearly turned his hair gray on the n'ght be fore the list diess rehearsal, and only two nights befoie the production of the piece, Blandish, the leading tragedian, was Attacked and robbed in Drury lane, being 0 roughly handled that the police who found him lying stunned on the pavement, took him straight to the nearest hospital. Her. bs lay In a very precarious condition. !,'! jjtiv. f'.c,..'..;-. A''ia.''iy.vlv-r.',aJMJ&a.a The manager, wno only heard the news when he came down to the theatre th. next morning, was well nigh beside him self. "Good God, Quillet!" he ejaculated, with a groan, "the play Is as good as damned Everything depends on that I part, and Blandish s understudy will never carry It throjRb un the first night." I "It Is a bad buslneit." admitted Qull f let. ruefully, "Please, sir," slid one of the call boys, thrusting his head In at the door, "hire's a gent to see you." "Damn the gent," cried tho manager. 1 "I'm busy; I'm" 1 Hut the call-boy had withdrawn, and 1 Mr. lllilhurst found himself levelling theje remarks at a tall, dark-complexioned stt'tnger, who stood bowing and smiling In th doorway, Mr. Quillet gave a start, and plucked his friend by the sleeve, "It is the mysterious author of the piece," ho whispered. "Good morning, Mr. Quillet," said th. stranger. "Good morning, Mr. lllil hurst. This Is unfortunate news about poor Standlsh." "You have heard It, then," sali the manager, eying him with a shrewd. In ter.i.ied g'.tnce, "Ye,; ind I ctme on here at once. What do you propose to do, may I ask?"' "God knows. I am sure the under study will make a bash of it." groaned the manager "Most nrobably. New I am going to mnku 11 Hurtling imposition to you. . Intrust me with the part." "You"' ejaculated the manager. "Do 1 you know anything about acting?" I "A great deal. llut try me and see," said the other, confidently. "Come. I will reharse that scene In the third act for your benefit now." Thu manager said nothing; but he and Mr. Quillet exchanged glances. Taalng their silence for consent, this extraordinary man started his self-suggested tehearsal In five minutes th piinager's rueful faoe was elated, llusned, eiger. wllh new hope. "Ily heaven!" h. exclaimed excitedly. "Repeat thut on tha stage, Mr. What's-your-name, and we'll make th. plec. a 1 success yetl" ....... I Taty did. Th. first nlfat'a audltnc. jLfjXi.j4','-if,jf ,lj-w rifnifi'fli received th. new tragedy with amthnat fl nstlo favor. They called tha perforan. 'l ctr and . particularly the n.w actor ,-!i before the curtain again and aarain, .; lie was certainly splendid. Th woZder. 'TalH ful realism with which he played afa. ; phlstapheles was (said th. next day7 1H newspapers) as convincing a pcrfonav jfllH nnce, of Its kind, as had ever beta Mts upon the Lcndon stage. Billhurat waa ta iaaa great spirits. Ha believed that B. hal , hit upon a theatrical El Dorado. WkM !H he quitted the theatre that night ha fait ' most amiably disposed towarda Mmitlr '9H and all mankind. 4H uilt the stage, door he taw a alaM tSH which staggered him. A four-wheel cats ! was waltnig outside; and being foroast '9BH Into this cab by three burly-lopldnat aaaaa. against whom be waa itrugghntTllSaZ 'i tiger, was the mysterious stranger. A ..faVHI gentleman stood by, apparently superta. TaTiH tending these operations. When ba saw H tho manager be cam. forward ava4 raised his hat. lBMfJ "Mr. lllilhurst?" -laas "The same. What th. d.uoa do this mean?" cried the manager. '" "I am Dr. X.. of the T. Aayhiaa." a 'VH plained the other. "You have askaa 'Jr, H a most dangerous recruit Into your nut '.t H pany, Mr. lllilhurst. He la on. of oa-v ' worst cases." li5' B "Good heavens!"-ejaculated the amaax 7'BH ager. "You don't mean to aay that th 1 J man's mad?" KY'1 "Hopelessly so. And very mnnlaar , iWH and dangerous, Thla Is th. third UaitSS f has escaped In six weeks. From UUtoraJVlHI matlon which we have received, w MjlltBi little doubt that It waa h. who Ett A'llBaffl murdered poor Mr. BtandUh.- 'JiH "Her cried the manager, bis eye Tata FJli open with dismayed astonlshmaat "I '' I saw that he was peculiar. But B Bi never occurred to m that a waa ta, 'AH "No: because his particular Islisal.i ; ;' M M happened to fall In with your thaatrMfil vflH r.qulrements, and so passed, inliaalf WB enough, for a mere stag. sssiimBtlaaL 1 'MiaH TJ He believes that he Is th. devtj. ABaff W b (added the doctor, wiping hi f nftiia 1 ! MM and glancing towarda the aaav eMB-f-a which th. subject ot bit ramar!! jiB& MM regarding- him with a tralr jeUMMH.H stare) "1 am sometime. haUsHMM '-? wBfl to think that h must aVsVMat i Truth. VT MH Jf.fe-JBli ! ,p.