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' "THE SUN, SUNDAV, MAY 2, 1886.-TWKLVE PAGES. ; " 7 I
MORE ABOUT MISS FOLSOM.
nun aiuxiiFiTiiMi hat .. i to
MAHIIY 1111! MKltlDIUtr.
Ot. Jkn ' l'l"" "" "'" FrB
nml ttovvr Iknl'li rwdititttliler llke
Ike l-n'l ''lk," Wklia llniie-T Plans.
Fiit.wMiiu.r, N Y.,Mny l.-Il seems luml
v i,iM-ii,irr 'n I'lirono Iho verification of Ilia
r, porta "I 1'ieslileiit I'lovel-uid's nppioaclilng
itniiriAUO Mih lYaiiLIu !'Iohi In low of the
.i.rnimitAiilint conilrmatlntia which have boon
ciii from tiinn to limn In TiiuHum. TIio letter
Irom th llufTnlei Itollo In which tlio announced
hut engagement to tho Prnililtnt wns pretty
nail traced to ' rooeltor, nnd nt tho snme
time tho lijv. William Clovolnnil sal I tlint It
wns '.run Unit hi brother was to Ik married to
Mlis To-i-oiii. I'urlhnr thntt this. Col. John ll.
i-'on'.ninf this villiigo. who Is grandfather ol
the coming mistress of Iho Whlto House, was
con to-day by n Sun correspondent. nnJ he
sat .emphatically that tho wedding is to be.
Folsomdalo. whom I found tho sturdy old
Colonel. U P'afo of about 100 Inhabitant. It
ho two chutches and several vorr fine resl
doncas. tlio bot of which belongs to tbo grand
parent uf the noxtllrit lady In tho land. Col.
Folsom, after whora.the plnco waa named. Urea
tn a large, roomy, commodious hoUBO which
KM ono of tho homellko. comfortable, and con
Ttnlent taverns of the oldon tlmo. and which
' he has kept in thorough ropnlr. In tha largo
sitting room aru One crayon pictures of tho old
man and of his son, Oscar Folnotn, a plcturo of
the bouse, and photographs of Orovor Clove
land. Mrs. Osoar Folsom, Mine Frauklo Folsom.
and others. In a conspicuous place Is an
original of the plcturo Tin: Sun prlntod two
weeks ago. Miss Frank Foleoni, aunt of
Frankle, snld that sho consldorod this tho bust
picture of her nloce tlint sho has ever had
taken. SSovoral dozen codIcs were distributed
byheratnong her companions wbon Bhswas
graduated at Wells's College last your.
Col. Folsom is a tall, well-built man, who
bears bis ago wall. and. while not ablo to en
dure tho work of years gono by, If able to spend
most of his time pleasantly. Ho wears a lonir
gray tteirit, and his bluo eyes are keon and
bright. Ilia wlfo dlod in 1873. and within three
weeks his daughter. Mary Augusts, and his
son, U. Franklin, lollowed her. Oscar, tlio third
child, died In .luiv. 1875. in a runaway accident
in Buffalo. Col. Folsotu's family at home hero
now consists of Frank's widow and her daugh
ters. Emma and Maud, and two youngor sons,
as tliefutiirttgrundtuther-ln-lnwoi tiielr"sl
deut, something about the old Colonel Is Inter
esting. Tim M rat ol tbo fnmlly to come to
America lamlod in 1UJ3. ami founded the town
0( llinghatii, Mass. Ancestors Were dls-
r tlngulahod In military nllalrs, and Oon. Na
thaniel Folsom. a Hrlgedlor In tbo Colonial
snny. and afterward Major-Uennrnl In the
Iietolutlnnary army. Is a notablo example-.
One ol thu tienerul's brothers. Lieut. Jonathan
Foltom. hud charge of a mortar In tho battle of
Jlnnker Hill, although ten yours before be had
lost a leg. and narrowly escaped being mas
sacred in n light with tho Indiana, Soma
of the family emigrated to thin (Wyoming)
county thriin-iiutirtnrn ol a century ago, and
John II-was born In the town of Middleburr on
Jan. 'IS, 1H11, his father. Aia Folsom, having
come fioin Orange county. Vermont, to War
law In lHlu. lln was with Uen. Wayne in his
exposition ucuinsitho Northwest Indians, and
died two years ufter Joiin II. was born. Mm.
Ana Fulsoin thiin moved to Attlcn. where-they
lifil until lH'J'J. John II. Foisom's early life Is
described bv a friend as having boon a bard
ami bitter struggle against .poverty, and noth
ing but Integrity, push, and steadiness of pur
pose caused him to succeed as he did,
Mr. Folsom was married to Miss Clarlnda C,
Hurnden in 18,'il. and thn'o years later went to
Michigan, whoro ho failed to succeed. Itcturn
Ing lo tins county be organized the present
town of Folsnmdale. H was commissioned a
Colonel In 1K4U by Uov. W. 11. Seward, was ap
pointed Brigade Inspector in 1841 by Gov. V.
0. Uouck, an J was again commissioned as a
Colonel, under the now organization In 185J, by
Horatio Seymour, Col. Fmsoni has been a life
long Democrat, and has represented htstowu
as Supervisor and bdou Justico of ttie Peace tor
a great many years.
Besides owning considerable, property In
Wyoming county the Colonel owns a large real
ettato interest at Omaha, Neb., wbore be goes
ler a tlmo every year. He is worth about
XSO.O0O. Col, Folsom made an oxtended tour
ot Europe In 1873, epundlng much time In
England. Ireland. Scotland. France, and Bel-
frium, and ho talks tn-dny as though be bud
wn there yesterday of iho birthplace of
ltobert burns, the battleground of Waterloo,
nratmlnster Abbey, and other places,
I also larnd sonio intervsting fact" nbout
Oscar Fnloom, father of Miss Fran Kiev He was
liorn In 1837. and was graduated at Rochester
University iu the class ol 18j'.t. He hoon after
Wgan tho practice of law in UulTnlo, and was
married to Miss Emma C. Harman In 18C3. A
year later Frankle was born. Hlie liuil one
sister, Nellie, who died in iulancy. Oecnr Fol
som wa a man in tbo truest sonmi of tho
word. Howasa friend In whom implicit mm
fldsneo could be placed, and as a lawyer ho
asone of the most successful unil hrilliant of
his bar. Some Idea of his worth can lio galunl
br reading wiiat was said of him at a meeting :
of the bar of Krle county, held sder bis death,
July 23, 187S. and the proceedings of whii'h
Col. Folsom showed Till: Sun correspondent
Kith mingled feelings of prido and grief. It
appears Irom the record that tn Hon. George I
W, Clinton. Chief Justice of thu Superior
Court, and afterward llogcntnf tho Unlvoreity
of the State of New YorK, said that Oieur Ful
ooi "was the soul of honor, that his wit knew
no sting, and hie humor was always ulio.e- i
ome," Ills bosom Iriend and companion.
Judge S. Wardwell of tho City Civil Couit. '
poke of blm ns follows: I
1 lllall linl vietestiir tualmlyze Ills llitutlctiil 'null.
tllt.or Iprttk nt Ill4 liriitrfliiiiul uilllitviiiilllr Tlir-
trt ubi-clt mImcii klinulit ba ,rt ei more lietuolut
tonru ttiBii uilnt. J( i- hi tlinUinraiMeruf frtrv.opvii
niHIIril, tfrllrrNU-, lllt'l ft t'OII"! 'lilt. HII I COr'tlHl frif lid
Ibti 1 pratrr iiom iii rvtiirmlirr lilln. 1 csiiimt furifnt llm
BrnlUtiii ut hi i'iiiii tfrmiliiiii lliv kern iijv of In Hit,
llienierlt'iHiiirf Iiuiiiit tvlnoh le.lliliu cmlit UiprvH-,
nla itrw.l rtiiiuias or men nut! thiliife ulili li snrjirUr,!
ftll'l del Klilr I nil Wliu he.iri hllll, mill iveie tile III Kt nit
luiraijlr hi iiH,t wlio knew ti tin best i tiut. men ilmn s I
e.fv lrnJe, una the senile ami lliuxiiauliliouji lieiirt llmi
lel totihiu lil, l.unni It- klieliie-e tiiciuilml exerjlmrly
ItliMi'tki.itw nut he lnul mi nielli in tliHWniM: aiel if
or chain e ilie i, iuanry i,( lili uil m any ll'iut,tTriiilr(l,
Vdmearar.rul nr ktmlli teiiiara, miira edleUnt I. lit le-e
C1lieICIIOIldlnll M ilirecl ai'iiliKV, UiirkL,l tile lliur.
tl.1calliiil,irtieillfcl the witllllit IV, h'ie In-t alirllllllit
nitmWr i.f nur iiiofiflnu, fin mieeiiieil and liunnred
nieuiberur m,,l!i, ai'iirdlil frlelidl 111 fanill)' ntiatlei:.
tlnnale liutband. a o mir fattier, and a nubli, inn.
"To turn to something brighter" bald the
old Colonel, as ho wiped it tear from Ills eye.
My granddaughter, Frankle, embodies all
tli nt was giiotl In her father, and she Is the
orlglileM girl you can find anywhere. My other
granddaughter are of tho baine stouk, but I
Huiulrslil iimt now tlmt they will not marry a
"Then your granddaughter Frankle Is to
marry l'roldunt Cleveland I" asked tlio writer.
" There is no doubt about it. tun I prefer not
to talk on the subject. The newnpiipeis bitvo
printed ouotigh about It, and tho Intention was
lint to hawitlif oiigngeiiieiit nnnouncud until
alter bur return fioui Kiirnpe,"
" Why did she go to Kuriipn "
"l'artly nu at'ciiiiut of thu rumors last sum
mer about tbo possibility of herwoddlug the
. l'rosidiint, uiul to nviiKl the annoyance caused
br having her picture printed. Those wore
abominable pictures. Just look at this photo
graph i.f her and sue If It looks liko what they
' Can you toll mo when tbey became en
"tiincosliii bncame twnntyfnnn rears old."
wlitiii Mill they bo married?"
I knnwsomuthiug about their plans before
mukln left for Kurope, but I supinike tln
nwatisiHr mlk will cause chuiigus In them. It
Inletiiled that the wgddlng should luxo
P aw l.ittin White House."
Col. KnUmn n not positive as to the date,
jut IwIIiivpiI it was tho suciuid Wednesday In
a. Juno, th iiih. This ho felt sure would be
Cnatigail.Kiiit ha ilhl nut know bill that all other
arrangeiiienuwoiilil be upset.
ins la,t lettar pu'elied from MIsp Folsom
rorae from Ovinia. Italy In It she made no rof
crnce,toiisjgr,sslp here, but ollpuiiigs from
,!,'" ",1"i!M'rs, lilch won malisd, had nut
then had time i, nnuh her.
Aboit: the President and Mlts Folsom tho old
jnau siiiii: There is no man dearer to me
Jimniiriiwirciuvslaud. He Has in) son's pun-
"T, Mini ll-ii, In ennui out belli, but slltCO llO
jaa ii)., .Mayor hn tins rarely vislteit us. Ho
"din go inn mi the liirin and throw sticks
aii'l apples at a murk, with the other youtitf
''Iks, nud he falleil toeciireasoltcn as any of
mo rest, There Is no man on mirth that I re-
,''e"' relhighlr than I do President Oieve-
Ji'lel, IJiiiiL ui'oii lilmiiHiinoof llinjiosi men
)er pla' ml in the ollleo that he hull!.. J uiu a
Jjenioerni, hut f never pestered blm about poll
",'!'"ir aiiHhltigelha. Ho has liuil nliiiilgli to
"'Ml to, uiul 1 cannot suy that I take as much
i.iiti...tiis I i.,,,., m In sueti nialti'Tt, I (nm
MoitH iti i.iiklng about l'ninklrt. but I may
"ivtliut I low. imrwitli all my heart. She is u
iiiern ,,H a I'liuae, and annthor questlou
"V.l"1.1 "lilt the exact date of the wadding.
Pn ,, !"'..' k!"." I'osillvely, now." said the
ti. I "' ttl"' I urn very glad I don't know,
. '..Hit'n"H '"' "' "Hit peoplo who know all
tr,iile,5,Ualv"(,r"BB0' uu"of"l'r to be a
1ninK'Jiri,:, ' n v" Intimate) friend of
K?" .uttil,,1."!" ,uru Umt J ,l0,,,t know' T,mt
snn)Viu'i;l".'i:1,eJtl'ct to hour from Miss Fol-
C.!,'VouU1,u"r,'1'n" ''ftris soon,"
ai i uiit, "h, " ikl'' "W l" r"ll"r " ll'
wi' .," , c. 'i' 'i,1f.1,7iM,"',1' '!"" "' '"" rtl
ninney baliir.. ,i "" 'i'"1 "' nor mother
i.OOU iW,,uJl'1 ".'"'i "'"'H'er lately tor
xit coionsi r iid 1 i'V."llu w,,uli.1 wlLnl ,uui8'
1 um "ot know much about tna
trousseau, bat thought It would tw mad tn
rnrls.for he had lold Ml.s Folsom she could
buy It thare. '1 he expenses of the trip are
shared 1'Vtb" grandfather nnd .Miss Folium's
cousin, Mr. lleniamln .Folsom, the lluffnlo
l,V""' ' bH ''r,,T "III 1vii for Itomo on May
18. Irotti the t..louel'a conversation It waa
Judged that the late Oscar Folsom left noes
tale worth spunking of.
During part of the Interview Mn. Franklin
Foisnm anrt her daughter Miss Ktnmit Folsom I
wet Present. A vUimr al the Iioiivi had aug- ,
tested that M ss I-.iiimn Folsom might Ui a I
hrldesniald. Miss Emma Folsom Is oun mid
beiiutllul and tnlkud with girlish glee about
the wedding. Hbu tonka very mucH jis Miss
Frankle illd at lior age. Her mother, a hand
some matron of about 40 years, said that she
herself would not alluiid thu nuptials, And that
the Colonel hnrdlr felt able to stand the fatigue
of n railway journey tn Washington.
1 would rather like to have the ceremony
fiorformed here." snld the Colonel, reflectively.
eo that 1 might bloss the happy couple, but I
foartbat 1 will bo unable to have the pleasure. I
Jlesldcs. l'knowthat Frnnkiii would rather be
married In tho While House, and I would
cheerfully yield my Pleasure for her happiness.
If you do print anything In Tut: Hun alsiut nm.
Just say that people lie who talk about the
President paying her expenses. Orover
Clevolnud knows that I would not think
nt allowing such a thing to be done.
And I'll tell you ono thlng-no man
can ever any that old John Folsom let a Brand
daughter le married In any but the beat style.
Iraiikleurawsou mu for money, nnd I want
her to keep right on drawing until she gets
married. I have enough money, I am getting
olil I nm 73 now and I like to see others on
joy themselves. I shall not like It If Frankle
does not get a splendid outfit."
"I wish Pupa John and all of us could go."
said MissHmma Folsom gleefully. "On, won't
It be grand to see Frnnkie marry the President.
I suppose since Mr. Cleveland has gono to
Washington he has becomo such n great man
that ho would handy know a poor little coun
try girl likn me. Hut I think ho Is perfectly
BPlondld, all tho snme."
J HE Jl.illTllllLltl I-KUK.1TAI..
The Ladles or. Maw Turk in Italae ike Sinner
to i:reet ike Nlnlne or l.lberlr.
Tbo iiodwtal for tho stnttio of Liberty is
almost finished, A fortnight more ot work will
complete It. The committee, however, has run
out of funds. To uso the words of ItsChnlt
mnn, Joseph W, Droxol. "Wo nro penniless,
having oxhaustod uory rosource, and having
bogged until wo have almost lost nalf-rcspcct.
Wo know not where to turn to ralso tho little
sum required to end the work."
The ladles of Now York have come to the res
cue. They am to give a monster musical and
theatrical ontortalnment at tho Aoadomy of
Music at 1 F. M. on May 6. Mrs. Lloyd Aspln
wall, Mrs. Lester Wallack, Mrs. Honry Clews.
Mrs. John Sherwood, Mrs. Algernon S. Sulli
van. Mrs. Henry L. Hoguot. Mrs. Charles Cou
dert, Mrs. Frederick Ulbert, Mrs, 1m Falvra,
Mrs. Mutuant, Mrs. llettuer. and Mrs. S. V. It.
Cruger nre the Committee of Arrangements,
Mrs. Johu U. Townsuiid Is the Uonoral Man
nger. Thadramntlo part of tho entertainment
will be up.dor the supervision of Mr. Lester
Wallnck and Mr. A. M. Palmer. Slg. Agra
moute and M. Paul Wiallard will supervise the
Among tlio ladles nnd gentlemen who have
voluuteeiud their services nro Mine. Fursoh
Madi, Mrs. D. P. liowors. Miss Marie Wain
wrlght. Miss lIolti Dniivray. Mrs. Constance
Howard, Mme, ltnberll. Miss Helen Ilruno,
Miss Jennno Irankn, Fauny Davenport, and
Mo.-hr.s. l.estor Wallack, A. P. llurbank, Kvrle
Ilellew, Louis James, A. Salvlnl, Edward
Sothern, E. Agramonto, Puul Wiallard, Burr
W. Mcintosh. Sam Franko, llapbaol Navarro,
S. Ilelirens. E. Vlrarlno. and Mr. Hndcllff. The
"Little Tycoon" Comic Opera Company will
also appear, and throo French choral soaiotios
ar to elng.
The orchestra seats are sold nt ti each; cir
cle, 1 1.5(1: gallery, reserved, fl: general ad
mission, SI. The boxes raugo in price from
S1U to 130. The proscenium lioxes bnve ulready
been taken by Mrs. Joseph W. Drexel, Mrs. E. J.
Woolsey, Mrs. ltugsne Kelly, Mrs, Henry Clews,
Mrs. Ueitner, Mrs. Frederick Gibert. Mrs. Fred
erick Hillings, parke (ioilwln. Sir ltoderick
Cameron, Sirs. John I), Townsend. Mrs. Theo
dore Moss, Mre, F G. Hubbard, and Mist Helen
Dauvrav, Among others who have taken boxes
are Mrs. Charles Coudsrt, Mrs. Henry L.
Hoguet, Smith Ely. Vernon If. Ilrown. Cyrus W.
Field, A.J. Drett. Mr. Havetnoyer, Henrv Law
ronce. Dr. Sayre, Mrs. A. ti. Sullivan, and Miss
Tbo doors aro to bo oponod at 12:20. While
tho audience is being seined a representation
of the statue of Liberty and other patriotic
effects will be producod bv a novel electric
method, lioxes and seats may lie procured on
application to Mrs. John D. Townsend, 34.1
West Thirty-fourth street, or at the box officii
of Wallack s. the Madison Square, and Star
Attneked by liMva1ng Ilekrt,
llmiNUi.LHVii.i.K. May 1. Frank Ilayner of
('h'detliol a inubkraliuar that place un TliuraJuy. It
jumiiad from thu mati-hy bank nt tlio itream and fell
tiitu the water. Itajmr waded out to sat tltu rat. tla
had none hut a few feet lien he waa fiercely attacked
I v unmethlnic under the water. Il retreated, and
dieLovereil that Inn asiallanti were a lilitnk-r of tin.
nilme (ilckerei. iiikiii utienu afiawnlnf bndi ho had mi
wltiltul) inlrudid lint fur apalr of rnlitcr ln-oia thai
Iim wore, Kaner would have heati badly lacerated by
tho ahi-rji leelli nf the plckerat.
AltHCked bv it lltirly XCubbar,
Whllo Mrs. Jnuios Luyser. the wife of n Ohm
lime lumber dealer, waa wulklntf in ierelith atreet on
Irlday arternoon Juinea uderfnii, a burly rnush, ttruck
tier III the tireait and ran off with her eatchel. Police,
man Klter tatkled him and en knock. down, lie
r.ulitiiil Anderiotl into aubnilevl ill At fa-teex Uarkel
) i ilerday Anderon w aa held In t J.VJO butt for trlst.
.Inrdepjnrtfl und Mkepbnrd Hentcnced.
New Oiii.kans, May 1. John II. Aufdemnrtn.
lule redeiillilluli clerk ill tile Buu-Truaeury, and hraemut
shrliliard, recentlr ronvicled of couetilrary to defraud
the llioeriinicnt, were tn day eenlenced urJiida ail.
Iluffi, whu Imputed the iiiaalmuni penally of 5IO,txl Hue
nud luiprieouiucut in tha penitentiary for two yaara.
'I key Have I'llk In tke I'ainaraB Cataal.1
Fanama. April 21. Homo of tbo prominent
iiienihere of tha bpanuh CoiniiilaaKm to eiamtn Ilia
vullal workl say ; Mllur oiluinii le abenluteiy favorable
I" tile enterpnee. We are aitoulelled at the great proE
reva made, and admire tho inattrlala and machinery cm
round la lk WklriiMiel,
Locki'Oht, May 1. The body of a woman was
found In the whirlpool at auopehtloli Hridire tosla), and
wne idenlilled ae I hut of .Mrl. Crane r of Chippewa, Unt.
Mie was viBliinff friende nt tho brldse, and la tuppueed
to have fallen Into the river.
Tke Ttoeirik Wierd Itaink fames In.
The banks that have been heretofore tbo do-
poellorieii of the city fundi hai e lieeli eelected Iu coll
llulle that aerttco fur the eiieuins year, eauopt thai the
Manhattan retiree aud ihaTwellih Ward Bank takaa its
Milan JAP 1IHT IIUUItH KOTKS.
Woollen lacea remain in vogue.
Whllo moire forms apart of many bridesmaid's dresses
Bonnets aro woru at ladies' luncheon parlies, or
A child's drass nisy be becomingly grotesque, but a
MuirlaKc, hpatilsh, is an Improved linlutlon of tho
Hie faehioti of inaklnr short manlles of two stuffs is
1'jo.ueo fur ohildren'a wear coma In elustersa cord,
repped, and aprUved eflrcte
1'iciuresqiio short waist, full skirl frocks sro In favor
for both lame and small girls.
Cream and belie are the faorlto oolors for Hffrptlan
Ini've. hut they cullle also lit oolors.
Kew women call venture tn dress nut of the conven
ll'Oiul sole wllhoul iookllitf rlUltllluUS.
Kloweied foulard and plaidtd and itiecked summer
fllke ure made up Intu little trine' trunks.
Sliidltlcstlonsoftlie'lollelsof Ihel.ouls X' Louis XVI.,
and Henri II periods are popular in fans,
r-liicklncs for litlle eirls sliould be black, dark blue, or
drali bruwn, lie matter w hat the culur of ilia frock.
Lame ixlrls' drtsees are nnty allshty different from
Iti"!' wnra iiv tin ir old r sisteie und tiielr niothsrs.
The low price of Kgyplien lac niakre ll poMitrie for
any Indy to have an a.l Uc drrM al a reasonable unit.
eail'TtuUi for Ume Klrle come in while and dark,
blue lUhitel, and Iu Ilia same etls a those of last
Very fine sheer rrrucli nslusonk or Uwiss tuusllii
mtkee a more lieromliu ami aiipnpriato veil for a euu
liriiialloa luiUl I lieu lacs or tulle.
I lie biinnet woru al a ladles' liinchsoii or breakfast
paii slioul I be dreee) and iu ilia vary best fast, and
In accord wlti) the dre-s and wrap.
Willis moire I'lirainl- edited with deep falls nf pure
whit Valenciennes lac are need li bridesmaid's when
me we idlns le in a country i tiurch.
Miiriilmr robes of vellum in any color and any shads,
from pure white and ureani In black, are trimmed taste
fuUy with caecades und fells of.r'yplisn tac
Alln.fr turkltuaareof plain nainsook or of laie, and,
in cverr liniWlliul'le ilrsUll of clusteis and lomlilna.
none are extremely simple or elaborate lo any degree
The nrweit fancy Imitation lace flounces am of mate
Iiis.h s itiintii ,iesieus In blank and Lream ooinr, and In
iiit" fioin ten to forly inches, co.tinif from tlM iu Is
II e turd
some ckiulilte, sbapil)' stocklmfs of cobweb flue
nee, in Inle Ihrrnd. pure wlille, und Clsam, ars sstu in
ll, s iie-iert ,lv'ariuirnl at lieuiinis's The very rfns
ill ale'll'e llitlepc n be siell thrnimh III delicate liuua
If tlee rare lint eltlea III white hosier),
1'iiiirltni'iil'iii iirrsnee la appropriate sad tasteful
eileare foumtiii in Ilex' Iii ijrsi.d strtei Dome aro
in while Inn ii. for utile ol from iu in IT esre. sad
rallc in price Irmn S.! 7I upward, wlille llthers III while
nun s teilin, muil, ami lineii d'lude art Priced fridii V
some inntiirrs nuke up their lililo slrls' frocks in
colllli.llriaseralli'iis of the prBiallllie alylee. Iiavllnf
the wel.lsiulnlt Jll.l btln the arilll-lls ami III eklrls
ealeli.tiinf to the ankles, wlulstli blll-crowned, llrsll
1 irluiiuedlialsaiillerjfe saeli bows vuiuplelt lbs k-ro-
Allnisr iiirktinri, brnintlit out by a popular manu
facturer III this Clt) . nisy lie classed amonit the most al
Iraellte labnr.eatlnv inalerials used fur deuerallve dres
purposes for okes. sleeve), Kulmpee, skirl panels'
Slid stilir budU't these tucklints are Invaluaale lo uiu
maker of ladies' suit Uhdru's wash frosks SJJd siessr
xmAtttmnntSQ a nanxsa.
Tk I.sjarttseee er Adnnta (Isterasl by.ss Tensg
teed llitwdeeinse Male.
A tlgrffia from Ilamburp; arrived tn tlio
steamship Werra, The Park Commlsaloners
had paid something like a thouannd dollars for
her, and the proved, upon lnpecljon. to be
young, handsome, nnd beautifully marked.
I She was transferred yesterday about half past
fi P. M, to the rage of Adonis, whose mate sho
was destined to be. Truckmen brought the big
wooden hot containing the cage to the cnrnlv
ora building about half past 4, When Com
missioners lb-ekmnn nnd llorden arrived tho
public worn turned nut. the doors locked, nnd
the business of transferring tbe tlgroas waa
begun at once.
Tho llrst operation was to get rid of some ex
ceedingly stout German nulls with which the
sliding door was fastened, and thou the trans
fer cage very narrow and exceedingly strong
was brought closo up to tho cago containing
thellgtoss, Thotloors of both were lifted or.
but Miss Tigress declined to move, nud only
tittered blood-curdling growls. An Imported
assistant hit tbo tilnnkttig a sounding whnck
with his open hand, and Immediately n streak
of striped fur llasbod into tbo transfer cage,
und Its tloor fell.
Then this cnga wns lifted bodily by n gang of
stout assistants, and raised on to the Iron Par,
which protects the nnlmnls from publlo
curiosity, nnd small boys ftom the Inevitable
results of too much r.oal Iu zoological studies.
Planks were now run itndur thu cage, and by
their aid the transfer box was raised to tha
lotel of the eago ot Adonis.
Thnt handsome benst hnd remained qulos
con t during the whole ot the proceedings, not
even moving when the linns became excltod
nnd began to rnur furiously. F.ven when a
man mounted upon the top of bis cage nnd
npouod tbe door ho qu let lystf oiled to the other
und. The tigress porslsted In turning the
wrong way. but somu one pulled her tall, and
she rushed dosporately Into tho prosenco of
Hot b the great cats snnrled nnd spit at each
other, but Dually tho iiinlo went to thu furthest
end of his cage nud lav down. Tlio tigress,
nfter sharpening her claws upon the tree
trunk Iu tho middle nt thu cage, concluded that
she should like her now quarters. So she lay
down peacefully not far from Adonis, and gave
a tremendous yawn, which, Mr. Couklin said,
wns equivalont to nu ollvo branch.
Opening Knree nt Hrlaklnn Xlenck.
Ycstardny wns tho opening day of tho eighth
racing season at llrliflitnn Peach. The track was in Due
condition. His attendance waslarie. The first race was
for n purse of fi'io; introductory scramble for maidens!
flto furlmixsi twehe starters. Pools Sandoval, $15:
Ksilf r Kuiiday. flit Value. Sit field. MV Kaster Sun.
day sot nway In front, with llelllidaolnee up. Un round
inr lute tile finmostr.ttch Hatiitovat paseed up to second
place, which tie held lo the ntilh, her-ter Mindiy win
iilnsliv twnleiifrttis, Tntitl tlilnf. Time, 1 .o.i' Mil
tualepaldrjooo: place. (11.411 handoval paid llTi
Second ace Purse JJiai. Hie winner to be sold br
auction! selltntr allowances! three.quarters nf a intlet
eeven startere. Pools Bahama, llo; Manitoba, Sent
Soprano. $30 neld flWi Hahama led all III wav until
nearltiff the wire, when tlnllad came with a rush and
won by a bead, hahtima seeotid. Santa Claua third.
Time. I ;l7.j. Mutuals pail tit U'l; place, KM. Uahams
paid s S.'.
Third Usee Purse, Win, Hie wlnnsr tn tie enld by sue
Hon: nelliiijr ailowanc, tnree-iiuartere nf a tulle:
sven starters. Pools ktilek, lti) ilaltasar and Donald
A , fdneachi field, f.'i-'i Musk won by a head. Hruns
wick second, tlonald A. third Tone. I I71- Mutuall
pkld fl -'. place. $ll 2t llruniwlck paid l.'.T !tt
Kourth Race titree r-t.'io, for all atres: seven fnrlonss:
ten starters. Pools Little Mlnch, Jl). Pilot. Ktt:
Tattler fJO! Pat lleimls. f!6i tleld. $."i I'at Uennie
jumped nway in front ami at ttie half mile pole he was
leading b ten IriiKllis. Iheti Little Mincli came up.
but fell bai k ef4ln. The horses came down the
stretch tn adrltluir nnlsti. Pilot won by atiead In 1 31V,
Tauter eeennd. Herman tlilrd. Mutuals paid $31.84 1
plnce.fU.Msl Tattler paid I4 SO.
The next races will be ou Tuesday,
-Nnskvllln lltnitd Horse Aasoclnllnn Rsoes,
NAsnvii.itt, Mny I. The attendance at the
races to day was fully a ono. The weather was bsautt
ful and the track tn splendid condition.
rirst Kace-Purse t-UO: five furlonvi Dark Hall
won by Ihree lengths, Ovid second, Proerastlnator
third. Time, 1 -Od.
Second Itace furse 9300; one mile. Qrlmalill won
bv half a length, spauldtnff second, W. K. Wuodard
third. Time. I 4iH,'.
Third Itace Purs fjk)! seven furtonse. Frona
I nuiso won tiy three lenirths, Annie Martin second,
Kscerlblrd. Nellie J waa left al the post. Tims. 1 :3(H-
Tho chilly wind provunted a largo attendance
on the Hrooktyn Athletic Club grounds yesterday lo
witness the lacrosie match between the home team and
New York University. No better frame was ever played.
The New York Unit erslt.t Inds are adepts in passlngthe
ball ami doitirins, but the older platers of the Hrnoklt n
Club are up lo nil the trliks ot the game, and lhuy
etentnallt won. in Hie first game a le at stint by K.
McKeltey put th ball through the posts, which gave
flret blood tu the University, Iim 1 mlnut.
Iu the second game l. A llusli, the Inside home of Hi
l!rnnkl)ns. was lilt In llierlifht eto b the ball and ills
allied. Koberts. the University Captain, lent the nrook
It as a lusn. and th game proceeded rineBtopsh) Uoal
Keeper It Matthews and fins! keeper Frank Crostne pre
tented a ecore until s lient pnse by Mttclull In :. I'rnslile
audairood shot by Hie latter soored the first goal for
Krooklu Time SOminutes. In the tbtrd game both
did their Itest, and scrimmages were freriieut In front nf
either goat. Al lust V. t'rnel le got the ball out of one of
llieiu an t scored anftlli for Hrooklyii, rune, 7 minutes.
Tliufoiirth gsoie wssttiobc-t of the seri-e. F Cresbie.
who had been (Wending the lironklyn goal, wae changed
totheuttack field, and after aeterel good shots of iii.
and Rlsotif tin, liroilirr'e, had been etopiied. a magnificent
allot of the former'e downed tho t'nlverslty goal for th
third time in succession. Tim. :e minutes. IMs gav
thu t Iciory tn the ti'inie club, aa game was called before
the bnll cnul t be faced again.
At tha opening lacrosse game la Princeton Yesterday
I etween tho Princeton and the Vale teams th home olub
won by four gnalc to nothing.
A Ntrnngn lllrd In Miilllviin Conner.
Monticcluj. May 1, Mark Crawford nf
Hrtitgevllle, near this vitiligo, set a steel trap a few da)S
arj tncatcli an owl. On going to his trap lie found an
iinmenso bird fnst in il. but it w as such a bird as nn one
in Hits rrgmn et'T saw before, ll In like n gigantic par
rot, eacepl in brilliancy of hue, every feature being thai
of a parrot 'ilie bird ineasurss six feut from tip lu up
ot Us wluga.
Hsemckc tknls sjonipunlon Home Hand,
EiiENHiiinu. Pa May l.Georgo Dick, Clem
ent Lnrrimer, and W 111 lliomps uof this tillage, lade of
l.l, went fishing on Thursday. Lnrrimer tontt a rifle with
lilin. Late lu the afternoon Lnrrimer and Dick carried
young Thompson's dead iody home The said theriUe
tiad been accidentally discharged. Thuuipsou was Uiul
through Hie bad.
Mr. Itobcrt nonnerwlll consign twenty head of trot
ters lu Hie Kcllos sale, la lu aud 0.
Truxedo I'nrk will be opened un luesday, June 1, aud
Mr Itortllard'e sale of Kancocas vearllugs will take place
-I line 7
John Murphy's riding rae against Champion Andr
son of I'alitornia has been postponed from May 1&. Th
race will prnhabl-i take jrsce on tile t.'d.
The Palo Alto string ot trained trntlere, which rnmu
with le Itei to tie enld at auction here Hue week, were
stnt from Chicago lo Uiuistllielu charge ot Mr. Marvin.
Float arrangements weruLiimplolad trday fur Hie
fifteen-ball pool championship of Amtrlca and astske
iifSI.IOlbetween Albert M. Krer and James L. Malniir.
The Hoard nf Stewards of the flrand Central Trolling
Circuit will meet in Hoctioster May 4 fortlie purpiMe of
arrnnging s programme for tbo smiiiuer Irottiugoam
The Kxeciltive Committee of ttie Driving club of New
York liat.1 del Ided HMitfer a purs of SI..' for a trot.
Hogmatcli lietwecu llarr Wilkesaud Majolica, lu lak
plat lu June
Aflrr Ti rant bent Illiirtla and John A. In n mil and a
riuurter ran nt sail Kratii'lpco recentll, he was sold lo
vtilllam II. Indliunter l"rS,ucl and planed lu Lucky
liulilwiu esliiliie of rkLer-,
The iipinlon Is general among turfmen wbu have
wall lied tbo moteiuelils of cuiidldales for coming
racing eteilts Hist III ureal slakes will tie Hi most
upeu racterter kinivtii iii tha lusiory of the American
turf, .Nolatiiritelisejet appeared forlhe tillers
A novel shouting louruumeiit will tikelplace at Hi
lluflalir Driving Park, May IS, III, and -in. There will lis
tttiiiuati'hes each dn).ul leu single IVoria black birds,
he prizes lu each ci-ultsl will I'e f.V) In the nrei, fsil lo
second, fJU in tlilrd, f Jo to fourth, undf In to fifth
Temun 11) nn "f I'nlluilelplilii.n Idle in Hilecltv celer
dit, said lln.1 a sterliiu men w anted to lieck llumlulek
Mii'ullreyagiilusl Jack llempse) tu light lo a finish for
r'nil HusTutlilll, the bicker nf Ueluiey, pulled a
thousand nut of Ills pocket In put up. Altera but ills
ciissiou Mci'iirfre.v'e backer crawled
fteorgu La lllkliclir, the Marine, who was reo-nllt de.
fealed b) Jack lempst, ami Harry Umlah will spar
f 'urroiiiels, Mariiiir-tnftjiireiisherry rules, al Heriiiaiii
llali. 3 1 1 linn cry, on I n lay lllglll for the recvlpls uf
Hie lli.use I'mliih Is training III lla'lem llletlerlll
will piiilablr arntr frnill llm I'm on Thursday night.
Jack, a tery iianilsinne solid chestnut uocatr spsnlsl,
(in II til I.) Ill's llitsbv) of the ,S, Cliiiid Hole), died uuile
sud'lciilt trsirrda), lie had eterv standard iiualliita
lion, waa n prize winner lu Hie puppy clues al the beuth I
show lu Mat l.i.l, mid was entered ill the dog i lass lor I
Hie sinning show. All oiler of t sl was refused for blm.
A new Laiureln truttiiig will be tried in llorhester
Untlllg i'arkou july.'i. A slake, open mall horses, will
be trolled ror 111 aserleeof heats restricted lo two horses
earli that Is. reclt burse will tret against ever) nltier
liorso iu the rar III Imrse wlilcn wins the greatest
number of heats will be uw anted f.r-t I ny. Tile lire
inoters claim that this w III pretelit Intlnlie storing, foul.
ilkg liocAellllg Jobbing, aud oilier abuses prsvaleul un
Tneiiirrsnl week will be s llttlj one iu racing circles.
Ills Keulllcav llai tng As.ociallou meeting win brgiu nt
I.MkOlloli Mat S. tile NaiioiihI Jockey tilllll races ul
Washington will npiu Mat ll. Hie spriug iiivtlllig of the
tlemlhis Jocke) Club Kill run Irnm Mai UloH. Ilrighlun
Htaeh will have Us tlrsl week's racing fur His season,
and Hie Itofkaitar -leriilrllinse trsmJiallon wiir luaug
praie racing oti r limber M their besuurul npeu eoiiuiry
gruuitds at I'aiiurhurst next aaiurdat
lhe great shliekli king maloli f r e-ilalid Hie iliam
iolislilp ef Amtrll's I elwirll .lacs list Is. chsioptoo of
M rani"", 'fid liate M IlilioiH, u iibler of lliillalo was
ilei'l'le'l rrc-lill) al Mnillipurl , , Ui.Iisiiis liad Hie
best of Hi-sum kli klu' tor two r.'iilids, l Ul lu the third
round llatisgiit lu hi-line work and with bis heaty
shnre balked, hrm-ed, and i ill Williams's shins In such
a slim km ' innlilur thai on being laseil in Ins i nrner lie
fulfill!. Ostil lias nettr been beaten al 1 lilts play,
At Mike llnuiiinii'a lielltfit at Clarell loll Hall In innr.
tow ctenlng Joe I tlliiksttnrth, Hie amateur mi Idle
weight tliailipl Is iiumiuiifi'! to spsr Jnok Inzarly of
rull'idelphls, who wss liislill) ilefesle'l III Jstk Hemp
set, four H'lllulsalCiifllllU le tbe fljlcs nf the Mnr'jUIS
of (j'leensberrt. scientulc poiitis lu rnuut, Fegurtv is in
secure f-til wliether he wins ur Iikii John K.illou.
Mike Ihinoinu'snuilillrtteiglii champion, will spar f air
roilli'ls Willi Jack Missis li. Hie amateur heavyweight
A strong fieri will lie male this year tu male M, Louie
Hie great raung iciiirc t Hie eouthwist Mr liiihurd
llocbe. a firm friend of Hie liwtrr liroibers isihechlif
preitiuier of the eiiterprl.e Luck) Hal. Win sent Ibis
milr lolhe.lt, Loulstoursei "J n ml in) eultiis for I lie
great Kclise stakes In te run at )uur June mertlug,
tnu mar depeti'l ui'on II lliat ir un tlsble reacnss your
eltt In good form. 1 ehall cerialni) einrt ou ur inure,
Tlie sterling of Miss Wei dfiinlaud Kreelatnl Mill not de
ter me froui atarlliifl In fact. 11 will be a disappoint
Bisul ikvuld lby fall le ceuis lu Ik post."
WON IN THE LAST INNING.
RiatiT trKLT. rovour Ann turn a
WAtKtttuu run boston.
A Csnleat r maker (III near tka Eed, wkea
Aw Yark Iress kka Oesaslea sand Mess,
ton event to I-ieeea-Wa fcr Ssves lo Voar
oiksrOamiilksiwei Played Tlerdar.
It was chilly up nt tho I'olo drounds yes
terday very chilly, but base ball waa to be
plavod, and the crowd wns there. It consisted
nf the falthf.il. ot enthuslaetls young men who
wonld rnthor aeo a ball game than bear that
their rich unolo bad dlod. and of young wo
men aa learned In tha mysteries of two-baggers
and home runa as of cleats and flounce
nnd tournuros. Over (our thousand of these
stanch ones were on hand. They shivered In
tho balcony or pounded their feat on the
ground bolnw, and did much to warm them
selves with atnmplng and yelling.
In due time tho two teams, our New Yorkers
and the Bostonlans. cams stalking forth In
their glory. The Bostons hnd bean conscien
tiously nnd consecutively wallopped by our
nobie representatives, butthsydld not stem a
bit discouraged, nnd went to work practising
nil tha points of tholr wonderful art as choor
fully nnd gayly as on the llrst tiny. ...
When 4 o'clock came the thin and wistful
timplrn, nn upright and just, but much abused
young man In blue, glided to his post, whvto all
thu swift balls are apt to hit him, nud sunt the
two teams at It. That gamo was a wondorful
one. It showed In the first place that a New
York man can licat a Boston man, no matter
how sure a thing tho latter mnyapponr to have,
i mid It tenches us Incidentally what an uncur
tain thing base bnll Is. The Bostons went nt
tholr work In it way that wns, warlike. Mail
bourne did pitching thnt was pltolilng. and the
baud ot heroes around him worked away ao
nohly thai the New Yurks, who went first to bat,
were put out in n one. two. throe movoment be
fore tliov had time to think. . . .
Tho llostons bung on nobly In their first In
ning, although thev hnd to-got out without a
run. Hut in tho Inning thnt followod they
filled thu frlendn of tbo New Yorks with gloom
nnd terror. Mlckoy Wolch. New York's
marvellous pitcher, did nil that oould ha dono
In tho way of twlstlug balls and grinding his
liot'l into the ground, but tho bnll wns sent
u-rnlllng In splto of his sclencs, and at the end
nt tho round Boston owned two runs, one by
Morrill nnd the other by ltndhourne. In the
sixth Inning Uarhanlt of our team mndeoue
run. but Poorman, the Bostonlau, siiuelchvd
tlio Joy by making one right alter it. In the
heventh Uorgnn brought our score up to two,
nnd In spite of all our efforts thura wa stuck up
to the ninth inning, with the score three to
two against us and the Boetonlnua to play last.
Most man under such circumstances would
hateshrlvellod up. Ours did not. Un thu con
trary, their dander got right up, and when tbey
went tu tbo bat there was business In the air.
They banged at the balls as though to save a
life each time, und just as nur boys began their
lino work tho Bostons went all to pieces. What
could have boon more perfect or beautiful J
Tho Boston boys were mufllngbnlls, fumbling
tbom. and overthrowing, while our men were
scootlug nround the bases in a way that waa a
caution to rneo horses.
I'll st In thnt memorable Inning. Dorgnn land
ed with a victorious thud on tho home plato.
Then came smiling Mickey Welch In n cloud of
dust, nnd Ward slid In on his chest right ba
ll Ind, nnd the ponderous Ksterbrook was
cheeked in the midst of a whirlwind flight just
as ho got in sight ot land. It wns nwful, and b
put up his dukes and wanted to lick the Bos
ton catcher who put him out. but frlenrts per
suaded blm not to. Tn compltito tho lovely
picture. Uerhardt and O'Kourke got safely
homo, and the New Yorks scattered into the
Held with five more runs to their credit, mak
ing tho score 7 to 4. and tho Now Yorkers very
Tho Bostons went to tha bat tor their last
chance sad and dispiritod, and although Wise
mudo a ruu In gallant t-hape. there was no one
to Imitate him, nnd the day was ours; soore, 7
to i. Here IsiisaleiHldoresiiintio! it all.
Tho gamo for the llrst eight Innings was
whollv a contest of pitchers, and so effective
wero both men that netthorslue could hit with
snfetr. In thu llrst inning the New Yorks
went out Hi one. two. three order. The visitors
fared bettor: after llornung and Button had
gono out at llrst. Wise got bis baso on a hit to
right Held, hut he was not accustomed to the
tiulcknoss of l'.wlng, nud in attempting to steal
second was thrown out.
In the Krcond Inning Gillespie, Dorgnn, and
Ksterbrook nil went nut nt first on short inneld
lute. Dally opened this Inning for the visitors
by getting his base on balls. A bit by Morrill,
who was the next batsman, moved blm around
to second. Morrill took second on (illlespiu's
mitlTof Itadhournn's bit. In attempting tn get
homo ou tbo throw In. he was put out at the
plate. Johnston then camo to the rescue with
a bit botwunn right and centre Aulas, bringing
Morrill in nud taking ltadbourno to third base,
and bo snored nn Poorman's fly out to Gilles
pie. Na-.li struck out. and the side retired.
In tho third Inning. Wolch fouled outtoN'osh.
Ward woe thrown out al first by Morrill on it
ground hit. (lerhnrdt bit a liner to oentre
tleld for ono tin so. but ho wns short lived, as
O'Hourke flew out to Johnston. For Boston
Hornung flew out to O'Kourke. Sutton drovo
the ball lo Ksterbrook. and went out at llrst.
and Wise htruck out.
lit tho fourth Inning, Connor bit a short hall
to Morrill, and was retired ut first. Kwing How
nut tn Johnston, and Gillespie flew out tn Mor
rill. For Boston Dally hit a pon up to Kster
brook, and wont out at flret. Morrill Hipped
the ball to Wol'-h. and alo went out at first,
ltadbourno made n base hit, but fell a victim to
the great Kwing at second.
In the llfth inning Dorgnn hit a skysarnpor
tn llornung nnd sat down. Ksterbrook bit n
grounder lo Wise nud wunl out. Welch got as
fur as first on alight hit, but ou Waid went out
at first from Morrell to Wlso he got no further.
Johnston opened this inning for Boston by
going out on a foul to Esterorook. Poorman
went to first nn a centre-Held bit, and got sec
ond on Gerharut's roufl nf th throw In, and
scored on a hit by Nash, The latter was thrown
out in attempting to steal second, und llor
nung struck out. ..,...
In the sixth Inning Gerhardt led off with n
three-bane hit, and scored on O'Rnurke's fly-out
to llornung. Connor hit safe, its did Kwing.
Gllldsule uiude n tor'-o hit to Hadbourne, who
llehled the ball to Nnsh at third, tho latter
throwing to secoud base, making a doublo
play, in which both Connor and Kwing were
put out. For Boston Button was thrown out
at llrst by Ksterbrook. Wiso struck cut. nnd
Dally went out nt llrntfrom Gerhardt to Couuor,
In the seventh Inning Dorgnn opened the in
ning with a safe hit to centre fluid. Hultou got
tlio ball, and, in attempting to tlirow tbe run
ner out at llrst. threw wild, and Dorgon skipped
it rnu ml to third baso.nnd aeo ration Ksterbrook'
out nt Hist, from Poorman to isn. Welch thon
got In n brilliant two-bagger, but llnnlly died at
second, ns Wardjind Gerhardt both went out at
llrst on borl hits. Boston then returned lo
the bat. but they wore short lived. Morrill hit
a grntinderto Ward, and was retired nt first;
Hadbourne How outto Gerhardt, and Johnston
blew tho hull dowu to Welch, nnd Welch went
out at first. , ,
Kightn lnnlng-O'Ilourke fouled out to Wise.
Connor weut out nt llrst from Morrill to Wlso,
and Kwing fotilodout to 'Dally, For Boston
Poorman How out tn Dorgnn. Nash to Gurhardt.
und llornung to Ward.
Ninth Inning Tin" .was tho most exoltlng
Inning of tho day. Glllenplo wits the first man
nt the bat. but went out from Iladbournii to
llrst on n short hit. Dorgnn got his base on a
mulled Hy to llornung. Hini went to second on a
bit by J.btet brook. Welch followed with a
timely two.biiite bit. untl Dorgnn ecnnd.
Ksterbrook tried to do the same, but was
thrown out at tho piste, with Welch at
second. Ward lilt a daisy cutter to Mor
rill who lumbleil It. and then threw
the ball over tho first, baseman's head.
Welch scored on tho fumble, and Ward wont to
tlilrd on the wild throw, and scored on Ger
hatdt's fumbled lilt to button. Geihurdt
hoorml on a hit bv O'Kourke, and O'ltourkn
si'orod on a thieo-bitiie hit ny Connor. This
ended tho run getting for tho New Yorks. us
Kwing flew out to Pnormiin. nr Boston. Hut
ton failed to get llrst on a short bit to Ward
nnd went out ut llrst. le followed with a
i-fifohlt. Dally fouled nut to Ksterbrook, Mor
rill sept Wise to third by n hit to ceutr field,
and Hadbourne allowod hlin to soore by a hit
between second Mini third noses. Johnston
btrucknutnud thogsme unded.
Both pitobers In the, first eight Inulnga did
noble work and wars well supported. Ths soore:
svtr VOKK, I I0ITOS.
s lar.o s. r , alsrai.i
O'Hourke. c, f I I I I " Hnriiuiig. I. I o o l i i
I'oiiuor. lb n - I" " ". -iilton. a,a ,, .0 o o I a
I. wing c ll I 7 II li His, lb I 2 1 is n
llllltsi.le. I f II O I II I I'silt. c ,11 II -. 0 II
li'irian. r. f a I I " ""' - 1 a J 1
I BlerUrMik.MlU I I II elldbnurne. p. I 2 I A II
Welch ii .....I a ii ii Joinisioii, e. r..o i : ii ii
iuiisi i it a ii " i'"'irman, r. f ,1 1 1 t n
llerhaldl, Sb .a a a I -asll, 3b u t 3 II
Totals .TlTiats a Totals 4 Darin "5
New York ,. u n 0 u I ii 57
li'istoii ., , o a ii ii i o fi o i-
Ksrned runNew Voik. a, Hostoii, 1, First base on
errors die Vnik.lls llo.tiui.O Klrst base nn balls
hes lurk, Hi Hnslpu. I ietl "B bases Sew Vurk Si
II ut iu, a, i-truiis out-New I erk, ii, Huston b. Toul
base lilte 3aw Vork. ITi lln.ion, U Tlirts-bas lills
I'.iin.ir, lletllirdt. Iwu liasr.lllls-ttelon. a. Ihmhls
idats-ltadbourne. .Neh. Morihl Wild pitches-Welch,
I. Passed balls-None, Umpire-Durry. lime of gsuie.
boars , ,. .
I'lvo hundred people tvltnossad n gme be
twesn the Hlars and Ilikory Cluh i at Ixing
Islam) City lesturday. Hamlin pitched a splen
did gamo for th" Kmr., anil was wnll siipporied
bv Koughrsn. The tlilrd base piny and h-Utiiitf
of Joseph Hume and the Holding otOrlfllths of
the Stars nt second vrurii fimturus of the game,
flurry caught for tbo visitors without un error,
nr. , - i i o n i i a o in
llirkory . I I u n a a ti o s
The Acmes ilofeated ths CllppnrH of Fordbam
at Kllr-ubctb. N, J., by the following score:
Al-lll' n I s u i o i J ,.3
At ltldgewood yestsrdayi
Long l.lsnajAllilello .. ., " 0 " 0 St a
VusTalu, 7. I U S I 0 S 1
Ths first Eastern Lsagus game was playsd at
Nswsrt yesterday, tad was far frosa szoitloy.
the Nawarks having everything much tbslr
own war, Ths score:
Sewark S 0 O S 0 I 0 0 l4
rldgeport... , ,. u uvuuvol a S
rue Sera, Smith and Dosntty,
At Kansas City Kansas City. 8: Chicago. 17.
Pitchers Conway and Fiynn.
PntLtDtLrniA, May 1. Atkinson to-day
achieved ths feat of retiring tha Mets without
a safe hit. The gamo was a most Interesting
one, nnd while there were no particularly
brilliant plays, the nlenn and sharp work ot
both teams In ths flald drew forth frequent
bursts of aonlatise. For tbo Mats llosemnn
scored In the first Inning on abase on balls, a
passed ball, and Coleman's muff of Orr's long
lilt, and In tho ninth Inning Orr asoureda tally
through Bradley's fumble, an out ot first, ana
Brady s fly to Larkln. Ths boms team, ob
tained two runa In the third Inning on a bass
nn balls. Btovey's hit. and a very wild throw br
Foster, and ths winning rnn waa sarnsd In tbe
sixtb by hits ot Btovey and Oolsman for two
bases each. The score:
AtsLktic. t Hsraoroiiris.
sis ro i. s. h It r.o. 1 s
Stovev, 1st b,. i 'J IS u onehsl. I. f U u I ti 0
Larkln, I. r 0 I a U UlKoe.nisn, c. f..l u u O U
Unleman, r. f.,.0 I I 0 I tlrr, Istb I oil I o
HhsBer. o. f.,..o I I 0 I Hauk'aon, Idbo u s I o
(I'llriass.o u o e oHrady. r.f u u a u u
Mllllgan, 3d b..O 1 a 4 0 MeLeugVn.B.s.o 0 1 I U
lilsibsuer.JJ b.o ooal Foster, ad h.,,-0 0951
nradley. s.t,,..o 0 13 1 llolbert,e 0 0 8 1
Atkissets, p I ooio cseuman, y.,,.0 o o a o
Total ,s"sii5iol Tots! Is o"jr"is"a
AthlstlC 0 0 3 0 0 10 0 0-3
Metropolitan I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
I'arneit runs Athletic, I, Twn.bse hits Klnvey,
Larkln, Coleman. Passed balls ti'Urlen, a. llrst has
on Palis Athletic. : Metrnpnllian, a. Klnt baso on
errors. Athletlr, I: Metropolitan, S. struck ost Ath
letic, h; Metropolitan, 7,
Warhisoton. May 1. The Nationals defoated
tho Phlladelphiaa to-day In a vary exciting and
Interesting game, wbloh was marked br heavy
batting and perfect Holding on ths part of ths
home team. Sbaw and Gllllgaa wero ths bat
tery tor tbe borne team, and their work wns the
bust aver seen In this city. Tbe Wizard" had
the visitors completely nt his mercy, striking
out nine men. and allowing but live scattering
hits to be mads off ot him, three of whieh wars
scratches. Tho only errors charged to ths
homo team wore three bases on halls by Hhaw
nnd a balk. The fielding of tho Nationals out
Bide of battery errors was magnificent. Force
nnd Knowlss leading In this respect. Ths
k.Ibpoi.i. s.ls.r.o k.K.
Baker, r.f ) 1 I 0 ti Andrews, o. f.. 1 I 0 u 1
I'arroll. I.f .. 3 3 3 1 0 Wood, I.f .... ooioo
IIIOSS.C. f.... a l I o n I'ergustm. p... I o 1 u 5
start. 1st b., 1 3 0 0 0 Muivey, adb.. u 110 0
Knowles.adb. o 0 14 ti rogsrty. r. f , . o a o 0 0
utllUian. c... a I lu a u rarrsr, Istb.. o oiu o o
(ladinou.Sdb, l a u i u Karreil, 3db,. o oaia
Korea, a.,,,, 1 0 2 3 ti Rattlan, S. S... 0 0 O 4 3
h.iaw.p o 0 0 1) 4 Clsmsnts, e... 0 O U 8 1
Totala. "uoa7.il Totals 35343011
Nationals 4 0 0 3 0 3 0 ..V
Philadelphia t u u o o I o o o-3
Earnd runs Nationals, 4! Philadelphia, 1, Home run
lliuea. Twit-base nils Carroll and (Jledutnii Three
bass hits None. I'asssd balls L'lelnsnts. -J Flral base
nn balls Bv stiaw, si by yrgusoti, 4. first base on
errnre-Nailonal, S struck nut By Hhaw, St by Kr.
gusun, 8. Stolen bases I'hllsdslplila. S.
Bai.timoih. May 1. Ths Brooklyn Club did
better work with tho bat and In tbo field to-day
than tbo Baltimore team, but at ths end of
eleven Innings neither slds had boon able to
score more than six runs, and darkness neces
sitated tbs calling ot the game. The visitors
could have made a run In the eleventh Inning
but for Pinkney'a fctupid base running, while
Phillips could twice havo won the game with a
bit, but failed to maka It. Ths weather waa
cold, but some brilliant Holding was dons,
especially by Hraltb and MoClallan for ths vis
itors, and Manning. Bommsrs, and Farrsll for
Baltimore. Uarkins idtobed a strong game,
and wns inogniHcuntly supported by Oldfleld,
whose batting waa a feature. Manning mads
Hn almost impossible oatob in tbs tenth inning,
nnd his splendid throw boms from right Held
In the eleventh mads a brilliant double plar,
la r.o a. . la ro. a.b.
Manning. r.t..o u 4 1 u riuknsy. sb...a a l I 1
Itnuck.ss 1 3 I 1 2 Mccielfan, 3 b..o I 3 o
Karrsll.ab O 13 7 3 Phillips, lb. ..0 OlS 0 0
Hummers, t. f. 13 4 0 U Mel aniauy, c.f.D 0 4 0 0
llnover. c. f. ..I u l o unmllh.ao t, 13 4 1
Muldoon. Sb ..a 3 3 1 a Kwartwood.r.M 3 3 0 0
Puitner. c o o s 4 o Burch.l.f s 1 ti o 0
Sc 11. I III 0 0 llarklna, p.... o o 1 a 0
Tajlor. p. o 0 0 1 n Uldtleld.e 0 3 7 3 0
Totala U 31 IS 0 Total S1033U 3
Ralllmnr 0 1110 3 0 0 0 0 C fl
Bronklyt 1 I o 1 1 0 O 3 0 0 0 0
Harned runs Baltimore,, 4t Brooklyn, 1. Two-base
lilts rinknvy. Ilnuck, Swartwood, Htntth, Three base
lill-Muldnou. l-aaeetl balla-yulmer. 3: Oldfiald. a. First
base ou balls OS Taylor. 0: Uarkins. I. rirst has on
errors Balilmor, I: Brooklyn. 4. struck out By Tay
lor. 5: Uarkins, a Doubts plays Manning aud Fulmar.
l'lTTSBtinau. Pa. Mar 1. Ths first gams of
ths championship series, played on ths homo
grounds, attracted one of tha largest crowds
over seen at a baso ball gams In thla olty.
Nearly 8.000 tickets wore sold, nnd svsry avail
able foot nf space Inside the grounds waa oc
cupied. Tha oontaat was between tbe Ht. Louis
champions and the home team, and sloven
Innings were required tn decide It In favor of
the visitors. Through errors of Robinson nnd
npporttino hits the Pituburghs got three runs
iu the third inning, and up to tbe eighth inning
had tho game well In hand. Tbs browns thon
turned In. and by bard batting tied tbe scorn.
After that It wns nip nnd tuck until the eleventh
Inning, when Comiskey made the winning run
on a long two-base hit and saorlflces by Wsloh
and Robinson. The score:
rlfTsnrnmt ir. Lotus.
klirn i,k slir.fl.iil.
Carroll, i- l 1 la I a Latham, a b.. .1 I 4 u 0
Ktiebne, r f 0 I ono Foiitt p .01440
Berkley, ah. .o tl 7 a O O'Neill, t f ... U II a u 0
-Unnil.o. f .00 SO I) I'ninlskey. 1 k .2 III I I
hnuth.es.. .10 1 fl 0 Welch, e. f . I S o o o
Whltnet. 3 b. .o ooi o iiob-.nson, 36..0 I a :i 4
(llenn.t.f 1 1 u o I .ticni.r.f o lino
Morris, i 1 (I 2 o o tcf-orly, a. ,.o 0 o u 0
Klugo, 1 b.. .0 3 7 0 o Butlioni. o ....1 1 M 0 0
Totals. A Ta1 0 i Total "ii io 5 iu "s
Only two men out when witinlug run nitde.
ritteburgh 003 0 000010 0-4
St. Louis t). 0U00U1310 1-3
Kerned runs Ht. Louis, 3 Two bas hits Itlngo,
Latliein. Foutz. Welch. Comlsks), Passed balls Carroll.
3. rir-t has ou balls Off Morris, I : off routs, 4. Struck
out-ll) Morris. B: hy Fouls. 7.
Cincinnati, Mav 1. The Koulsvllles did not
succeed In batting McKeon with any effect to
day, and br making bad errora at critical
points lost. the gamo. The fielding was pretty
nu both sldos at times. White's catch of a fly In
tho left foul lino waa ths fsaturt. Tbe soore:
Rlaro.i.s . la r o-A.B.
Jotiss, I.f a I J u o Wolf, r. f o o a o ti
i'arp,ntsr,3o. o a 1 1 u Decker, lb .1 1 a n t
Lewie, c. f . .1 a 2 O 0 Browning, c. f.o 110 0
Kennedy, a . ,o n o a a t.'ook, c 0 o o 1 l
ICellly, lb ...1170 tl White, a, a ... 0 O I 7 I
Mul'liee. 3b ...1 0 3 3 0 Wernck. Sb....O O u 1
forklilil, r. t . t 1 4 o o Mack, 3b o 114 0
Stiydar, o 2 1 a o Ii htrau-a, I. f...,0 I a I 3
Muk-eou, p.... u i u I tl Mullltaa, p... .0 o 1 I 1
Total is "5a7 "a "a Tolal 75 "37 IB 1
Cincinnati n 3 o o l o 2 a 1-a
Louisville il ii u I o oil o-l
Earned run Loulsvilt. 1. Horn rant lieaker, 1.
Twethas lilta Jnnas. It McKenu, 1. Thre-bas hilt
rorkhill. I: Snyder, 1. Passod halls Mtiydsr. If Conk.
2. Wild jiltehee McKenn. Ii Sullivan, I. First baisoa
balls tiff McKeon, I: oil Sullivan, 4.
At Potigbkespsls Poughkeepsls. 5: Colum
bia College. 2.
At Itldgswond Rldgewood, 21; Bodfords. 12,
At Wnshinglnn Park Nassau Athletic Club.
24: Vernons. 12.
At Newburgb-Newbureb, 14; O. N. T, of
WAiiitnunY, May 1, The attsndanc" at tha
Wnterbury-Muridsn gums to-day, the first
I.osgue game nf the seaaon. was enormous,
nnd deadheads sought In overy way to see the I
gHiiiu without Paying. A party of fifty boys
cllitibud upon the rldgn pole of a dilapidated
shed near by and were just growing enthuslas- j
tie over Valrbury'a uuoouse when ths roof .
gave war, precipitating them to tho ground. '
twantr-ltvo feel below, Kverybody supposed
thnt many must be killed, but only throo wars i
seriously Injured, though a number will carry
remembrances of It for sorno time to come.
The three were Frank MeKemm. James Casey, ,
and Patrick hiiisley, the last named internally,
tu what extent cannot now lie told, but il Is
feared very dangoroualy. He was carried home
looking much like ncorpso. The game result
ed 10 to 2 In favor of Wnmrburv. . . ,
The Jersey City and Long Island Clubs of ths
Eastern League playetl their opening chum
Plnnshlp game at Jersey City yesterday. It
was one of tha most Interesting games played ,
there In a gtout many years, and It roijulred
the playing ut eleven Innings to ssttls it. Up
to ihs hist Inning neither club soored. Throe
errors by Cuff gave the Jersey Cltys three runs
nnrl ths usme tiia lint- Islands being com-
plotely shut out. Thsi-coro:
jtsiiv utr lOSli IILIKII.
ti'llrlsn.e.f .o I o o o yields. I I .. . u I a I
Tiiruaii. p, I HI" I I nlielllllle, lelb.o Oil) 0 0
frlel, r f o I o ti n Metlracry, e,f ii u 5 o u
llecrius I f. .11 0 0 0 0 Alt mil, e a. ,11 2 2 4 11
II) laud. -il b. I n a 2 a Hcheui.k,sih 0 u u li o
Latham Istb I 1 ll u n llarrihall, 31 b.o ll 4 1 0
I". Murplii.o ii ll s o ti ttiarlnn, r. f lion
Kar.vlb , ,.u 3 i o cm'uS, o o a a t
Lang. s. s. ,. 0 o 1 I I liuaoli, i V 0 I il I
Totals, ..sFiTalT'i Tolalt u 41317 4
Jersey I'll)' ,,, u 0 o 0 0 n 0 0 0 o 3-3
Lung Island , .,,. .- uuouuuuoo u (J
Two base lilis-t'iarinu, Krisl. snd hay. Passed lislls
Uurpiiy, 1: t'ufl 2- llildplioiiee Tlernen, I; Itnacti, 1,
rirst bse n blls-Jery city, 2; long Island, I, First
-tia.eniiermrs-Jirssr t J i i v. Is Lmig IslauJ.-l Struck
ut Jersry I'lti.ili Long Island, It- Uuubl plsyi-Al
vord, llarrihan, i-heiiluie.
lluis 3 hours, aoniinuiss.
Hotithorn Koauue games; At Macon Macon,
9; (liialtannoga. . At Havannnh Atlanta, 7;
Himinnuh. ' Hen Innlngsl. At Augusta Au
gusta. -I ; Memphis. 3 (ten Innings). A t Charles
ton Charleston, 3; Nusbvllls, 2.
At Hi. Louis:
si. Uiuis f o a i l o o n u-ii
Pelrnll ,, " i I 0 t U 4 GV
Mssehlle-St. Louis, Pit Detroit, 0.
Krrors St Louis. It lletreit, 4,
At I'rosiiiiut Park-Htars, 10; Wllllamsburgh
Athlellu Club, H, Lawronoe, 8: picked nine, 3.
Hupsrlor, Hi 1'arkville. 2. bumtsr, 10; Lafay
stte, 11. Winona. 8; Putnam, 2.
Th metnlurs nf the ItlvsniJs Crlrktt Olsb pltved
Ihslreaeiiliigimbmslcli ysiardsy tn llentral f ark. aub
Cspt. Sbsrldau's slds eeortd iSaod Capt. Uulsr's 2k.
' " - at- a. .
"Ths Mill Tycoon" It continued nt the Fifth Avenue,
Hon taming by I'rnfi tilessnti kt Cosmopolitan Hall.
Marl Aiint will tint In English comic Optra at the
Star Hi June,
The burlei'ioe field It now occupied solely by "Ar
banlal Rullv'a familiar figure at -Daddy A'olan It le be
stu al Tony Pastor'.
AdaOrav's Imprrsonetlont In "Fttt Lynn" will he
Slvvnllilt week at the Third Avenue.
Atiout the middle nt this month th tnng tertnnt -'Una
of Our UIHe" will cum tu all end al the l.)ltlllll.
The Hunny South will be described lu Prof. Cromwell's
word snd ptsture si th Grand upsrs llous this oveir
The season of cnmi opera by th Mcratilt company
will besln is-innrmw with the drst petformanc in tint
elly nf Pon crstr."
Friedrlch Nitterwurcer will sivethre prformanc
at the Thallo. and then Mlllneker'a rotnlo Optra, " 1)1
Tungfrau von liellevllla," will b givn.
In th Koster Jk lllst programm "l'lnafnre" and
"Trial bv Jury " ngure coneplciinusly, and it Is safe tu
tiliev ttisi lhy are pertunned her aa nowhere else.
reasanl life In Ireland litt an tspneitiun in "Sli annua
Lawn" at Nib o's. where jnung W J Scntilati present
lituch that is pleasing Slid diverting in an Irish gallant.
A not elly In "l-cplta" It s song nndchnrus entitled
"The Linguag nf ttie Fan," sung by twelte silioul tins,
who cataii Hie ourjuettisti spirit ot the Hues and niak a
The l.lke' entertelnment thla evening at the Aosdemy
of Mutlo will have stualtis and reciting by a larg num
ber uf good volunteers frum the burlesque, entitle opera,
and varisty companies In tuwn,
Ttie play In which Minnie Maddern made her debut nt
attar at the Lrt-eutn lasl vear, "In spite of Alt," will
now b presented by her at tbe Windsor KlsHitele
Msckay t free terrlun of Harduit's ' Andrea "
Only on week remalne tn "Tiie fl)isy llnron"nttha
Casiuo, as "Lrmtiile" Is tu be produied nil Mav 10.
Audran's " ncriuint d'Amour" will n, xt be jiut la ro
hesrsal, with English by lluntier and Hendereon.
Til Metropolitan flicra House has not been much too
big for Hie atidleticee at " the Ureal Mlkadn. ' in which
speotacular splendora are given to eetenti of lue
scenes, imislily the entry of the Japanese monarch and
Sslvlnl and llnoth played together in " Otbello " at Hi
Academy of Music yesterday attirnooti. A crowded au
dience aeetned tn lui-lle the tregedlaue to their best
eflnria, nud neither Salt inl's IHhriTn nor ll'tnlh'a luo had
over been better. Notblnr ailed Booth ou this occasion.
Th tsaton st four theatrei einptotlng regular dra
niatio coinpatitet termliinied list eteuing. l.kiept la
lb case of ttte Park, where Mr. HarrUnn I refers to re
terva the etage ekcluslvely for his nw u tiled s. the plsces
nr th retired ptajara ar taken by otliert wall wurthy
Tour Hart will have sn aststJe opportunity fnr "Th
Toy Pistol" Ibis week at Hie People e, where such liu.
proveinentl ss he has made in Hie farce since its
irtgiual production on Hroadwnt wilt be mnde tiltnt
fosl Tli changes are radical and very beneficial, and
taveral performer have been added lo tliecompau).
Mr. ltojl't "A Tin Soldier," will tint week, ut the
Standard, get tta first New Vnrk presentation. Hnrt ts a
young Journalist who stopped p triigraphlng tu writ
plate aud make sgreal deal nf unmet, lie is en much
of an actor, too. Hint lie can be relied upon to plat al
moat any part iu any ot tilt ftrctt when tie is needed.
Tli panorama of Ilia Merrlmac and Monitor natal
battle, In Madison avenli, lias entered Its fifth tineitti.
and ma) be regarded aa one of tile nxed ilghtsnr New
Vork. Like the "Battle uf Milloli." lu Chlcugo, itlncli
iiearly every atrauger lu that city feeit In duty hound to
visit, this naval contllct nt Hfl -ninth street ie coining
to li on of lb things that tourists lu Nw Vork ate
An amateur performance of "Old lleade and Young
Hearts" will be gltetl for Hie Itnnini... fund at the
Lvceota on Wednesday afternoon. I he cast comprises
the Misses Elltn Proctor Oils, UiUlen U hits, nud i'aullne
Nefflln. auu the Messrs. Kligeue 11. Bilters. Win Aildl-ou
Clarke, llerroott ll.Uardncr, Kdward J. Wllklns Douglas
Montgomery. Henry Maeun, Dean Vtluttirop 1'ralt. Vic
tor Phillips, aud Jsmss ilton.
Fanny Davnport and R. B Mantell are to remain an
ether week In " Fedora" at the star. Mantell Is liable to
try a tour on hit own account next aeaeun, encouraged
by ills success aa -oris in this piece. Aside from tlio
dramatic interest in Miss Dutetipnrt ns the heroine of
the piny, th women see almost as much lo-tlmlre iu
liar costume, aud ar still further enthralled by Hi
fact that front something like nb,-etty she liaa reduced
lier Agar to tt mmttrlcat proportions.
Of th artlslio value of Hnbsou and Crane's pictorial
production of "The Comedy of Krrors" there wns no
queetion at Hie outset uf their bold venture, two year
agu', but it wat doubted whether tt wou d protc u l.usl
neessucueee beoaus many experle in management lie
lloted that it otersltot tile mark of atersge public iulel
llgence. Proof to the contrary Is afforded at Hie (Irani
Opera llnus. wher It 1 staying two weeks, iustsad of
the lngl ou that 1 usually given to acli sucusssite
English Jonrnala tetl of sn unexpected tribute that
wserefltutly paid Osmond learla'a uthtUo nt Binning
ham. During the prngress ot the smothering ectiien
wntnan In ttie gallery waa so carried awn by her feel
luga that, when Olhrlln, exclaiming "Tliou hatt not
lluger In thy pain!" rnlrsd Ins dagger and siahb--d
Jridmonil tMrs Tearle). the txclttd " goddes" Prone
thu stlllnesaor the house by yelling. -'Oil' vu ptgt" n
th tragedy I urued into s comedt for a w hlie. nml may
have theretiy gained in entertoiniug quietly, for Tearle
Is nut s great tradegian.
Th number of inquiries received by Tux See at to
what ptav lias had the lougett run tu New Vnrk mil
catee n curious Intereet on that point. "Tho Black
Crook" baa had by ler the greater number of per
furmancet. but they sets not consecutive. Tb most
Iirntrautcd run was that of Hi paiitutuime lltlmply
liimply." with tleorgn Ynx ne clown. Ihn record nf
" Adunte" atnnde next, nnd then " lintel Klrke-." lull lu
all these three cases the entertainments weru forced
through tho summer mouths at inss-s, in order to keep
llieiu going until an ensuing time of cool profit.
Th polite comedy combination of llorina Yokes will
open on Mondo) night nt Llult'a for atnoutli to till the
usual supplsmenial season, Ther nro tveil rvmeiubertd
for their brief etay at the Standard a few mouths ago,
where they hit Hie fashionable tiisle of tile low u, nines
then thej have travelled with succes Miss Vokes her
eir managing the lour. About June l-V they will return
lu Engtan I, nud then Fred and Victoria Yokes w 111 prob
ably rejoin Knsina for her next trip here in flctoler or
Nntelnber. fl. W, llnitrrev, B. C. Mi pheuenu, and A W.
Pinero nre writing new pieces for Miss token, apd thev
will doubtless gel a hearing at Hio .standard next w inter
Dalit! Krnlimatl is to bejnantger of Hie Lyceum nelt
season. Sinew hie retirement from tile Mmiisoo square
he hee been concerned lu the lours of Modjcska and
olhere. lie aas that tie will begin at the L.tceum about
Oct. I Witt' s stock company clioseii w iili n t lew to com
edles There tua) ,e a iirelhninir) tour, hut nothing
has been aettled on us lo that. " I have sl veral pieces "
he adds. " and will upeu probably with a n-w come'!),
slwev giving American plays Hie prtference oter the
foreign productions. That policy was successful at the
ktaillsou Square, aud It will be here Ills theatre is liuud
oine, Willi all possible conteiilenees and with a good
clientele, ltweno reason wliy it should not be made
Tomorrow the venerable. Charles IV Conldook will
hate abirihdav. He was horn m London 71 enrs ago,
and he Is el tinle and hearty. He gut on the stage in a
pei ullar way when liewas 2J, and lie has acted liard
slid cntitliiuolisl) eter since. Ht, tun le Hie aciuiilut
nnc of an actnratlhe Hsilier's Wel.s Theatre in Lou
(Inn- t'nuldock wanted to make tits dibnt. ft was tint
easy to bring this about, except nn the plan (frequently
em pint ed here, lit the wa) uf tin ring elioiu'll tickets to
keep the tlniiurinl end nf Hie tent ure nut of uiictrulntt.
Mr. Couldnck did this, and li was enabled to get a hear
ing as Ulhrlln He was mo successful that lie Iniiueili
alelr wut on the professional sttige for gonl He msde
his first appesrunce ill this cotllllrt Oct 8, 1HID In Hie
old Broadway 1 liealre, pla)lug 7ts .Mrunuer toChar
lult Cuslimau's lln Halter
Dramatic pieces and lowered prices follow the tie
t'arture of " Ktaiitfelnie" from ttie FuurteciiHi atreei.
t-.flle Kllsler is to appear in "Mniu.li Against Woman,"
Tills is nut a new pi.) to Sew Vork, but ll flat- herein.
fore been subject tn the 'ilssdvunlago of cnmlMimiion
houses where a run of mure than one week Is nut ot
the niiestAn. Miss Kllsler mat well Imivm faith lu do.
mesllo drums, for she ploed itiUti Klike 47'! tiiuei ut
the Madison square Theatre, and now at lourteeulli
ttrett sh will hate an nip irluuity to make it test of
"Woman Agsinst IVoinnu for an lnilenniie sru-nii
Tile strike question htt- glteu in this piece :tti elnn-nt of
punular s'religih ttlni h ut ant other tune 11 might not
njuy. Mis Kllsler will hatellie assislauce of KratiK
Weston, Mra E I, liatciiport, Merjorie llouittr, Maul
Earl. Ofiarls Foster, and llatrt Dutetipnrt,
" Prince Karl," the new Mailisoa Square nlor Is the
ens In w hie it the leading part Is -all tu hate brca liken
from that of a real Herman prlnccum whose i-iraordl-liarv
iov affiitr rillntnl Hie ro)al futilities of Vienna.
Berlin. Kuesia. and Kiigluud. lu all of w men Huh nrltlu
crslic pauper had 'relnlites who titij-icieil to In, inurrt
tligan American lit-.ul) eteu If he bad n uilllinii or
two (if l.hlcagil dol'ars Tile Prince pr frtled ote'i'd
lucre lo pntertyuiid ri'ie, and, after beting won his
sweetheart ill a roiilHiilic III timer, deiiiHii.led for Ills
bride recognition at court. .Now ni tiiiagi gin goes lu
st iuiuertsl slate dinners ahead of inafroti who hate
rutal blood iu their veins. B It all Aui-ric-lis who liute
fuel her abroad sat that tile duchess w.urs her liolinra
modestly, and is exceedingly h '-i'ilsbie to her rnu ttt
lilen Iratel lug lu lieriuniiy Muut .Sew Yorkers whit
tiatevi-ited tli-rllnwll reinemln-r the kindl.eiists Hie)
bate received from Prime Kart and his bride.
Marshall P. M llder, the p-nfesiiouttl funu.t ittan. has n
martellously ex, re-site tuce. ," t firi'-'illll lei ci'lij'l
draw a innr ttlldl) rxageriilcd ti-n.'e thnil Ills ttlieu
tie uouiorls It to suit a rvi'lOill "I. His elionnoi'- lu uiu
Is a wondrr of llekilullt) and It can dei'ict nu unecd ik
Wlllinlit using all urtii Uialc tvril Ho slnro-d S( i'illll
avenue the oilier etenli g, in tui-ie, to go froui one , n
gageunnt tu another- As he sHode slmu lie rehesr.ed
In himself the furitl purt nf a ; iiitniuitK
that he meant tu git to hi- next a.veuilnii.'e
lie was going lu tell llieut about utiiau. who gttting it
letter fri-tn home, fci lleteil w hlie oj elilug II tll-lt It t I'll-
I allied a raq Itsl frum In- ttife for iiionei, but "ii reu ling
II fouiirl Hint It route) ed the Ileus of Ills ill tin r ln-1 fit's
ricatli. Next lie was lu txpri-s sili-tnl) ttie wrulli that
sliiwl) gutf tvs) losillllillg J") r,s tie res'l nf lilt lint it
mnther'lli lua's Illness, and ftunliv to wild llllinllt lit lis
fatal teriutuali'ill it t'li tuunl Hiul a luirlesque iiclrc-s
dear to Hie adlllallou of a ciilerie nf iIiii'mswIii, haunt
Hie b-ixas slid Stage iloiire u as Just al Hi jt II lie nu her
way up the elr-ei, escort l I') a thap who t
locslly fainntis for h! gallantry tu minir nc.
tresses Ills head Is u -oft as Irs hc-irt,
and bntli are ,-l'Jri-le or rulu-ule When VVil.lt r
slouclie,! along till ler an rlvt Incal l.iinp, nud Ins sttiuig.
It' illuminated features were grimacing frUutfllil) Willi
thepaituf Ills lehearstil expressing he demuiiii,,' IiiiIm
and malice of III- -ou In.law, Hie t-tes of the l-nilp lelt
oil llllll Theiull was a-loilO'l,il the aclttso got
liil-chlftt'i u. "lioii.t bt'itells'" i-lie whisptrcil artlio
clutched Ins arm contnlpitclt . what snail we ,1., s
That's m v husbanl t" Wlial he did was t,i c it i. ten ill, d
glanre at Wilder, wbu nud Hieli rta-lieit Hie ttciou.
triiimiilianl smile ill Hie piilitoiulnie 1'i'iitlni'e.l tlial
Jealous murder was iu the iUivi liii.iian I's hurl, luo
lieail lonk In Ills lu els anil tied. 1 ivil.g Hie girl lu )ut for
her Joke b) tllrllU a cab In gr li,t,ue III
III rehearsing a burlesque the priurlii lis ure pe-iuitti d
aouslderalile iatltllile, purlllluUri) II thrt lire I l t , r, but
llierhurue peilple lire trcsted like en iuut li I'llttt lo be
shaped b tuc hands nf u stage iniuu.'ir lis. iiiuiu',.!
gestures are iluue li) rot-Uli.l rilie fort I- e,-e'ilui lit ll
lllerr shall be Ulilf"riillt) "t lliotloil "ll'ird gu fl' HI
tli left," theliistru-tor bliirls oiil sstaceit. " -.nu
tlllllcl Why iu Ihilli-lrrdoil I )till s lllle ns I h'lte lold
you forly tiniest" Iii, girt s.uiles 'tixillt linte,
Iberel'-ls Ins next s-xt iitniilii.il t lniiiils ,1 ntu not ul
)iiurwalss, like llilli Ii irasanla" I!" -ilil get ud
Willi resentment sometimes tut be Is lnu I ami
iibduretei lis language goes lit)oul m-To
mpliasis nil" ii.i.iin prniauii itiieit hu
loses Ins temper nr sums -111 nt rrrillllle mil
the ad'Ulllg'lUiis would lis ant ts I In I" Hie lllilelles.
(If USSgs III u llllll lues gel of Hit fiioll .Ills . I. J-. I
il al rrbaarsu! lie mud lli-,rti'l tt b) elit tl lnt
spread her soft wings ami Ur oeateliwafilawai frmli
such ouirsgeous woruliloisp In a rvietit In.i mce a
suiiad of th'Tlls girl- Hits inuipiis-d t,f lite liovit
Thev were toung Slot I'lclD.aol liu i I reu hue I for
Unite tshllt qilallles unit elinc the) tut I nothing
more tlillt. till I" 'I" H'au tuure lu sn Aiunu i inurcli
f t were mart lied, I'tiuiiteriiisri linl, iii.d post d liidll--trlouelr
for tell llillilllis "liny art the Jtckklilre-."
stid the tliritlur .lud wh) sn tiuguinny limit ill"
was aked. " Because Ihgy are rime In
shut up on tlieoi.flles " was tin- rcplt
"the) ere new itiiliiu son of ciisoime ton iiiiilrrsiaiui
and Hirlr impulse i- iii lend f irwurd at un angle a
feminine rharai tensile, uidir such nlrctiinst tnces
liiarbe tail nut pututesiiie mi Hie siuge Hot are be
ing t ured uf thul failll litll't liesld ur Hie fond
mother wim made her hoi's ttr.t pair of irmttrrs w n
nut slsi'k, the t'iiiis,iiiem e I finer that wheuettr be
bent forward pigntlnwii stairs he was pushed siid'lvlilt
lierls tivvrlieudf Well, liitsv girt- are nut iiteriiirin-d
when Ihey try t'islliuli, I ut Hitlr costumes ere en made
ss lu admonish ilisiu tu remain upright. Oh, art Is exact
lug. you kuow, suit hir Uevvlee mutt tumuli lossvur
GIRLS SHOULD AVOID THEM. j
I'T.ACin AM) HKAIirirVt, BCT ItOl J
Tke Mlelnha r is Itosv-I'kerked Jlel fro sat A
tlerssvllll-ttte llellfvetl aki tvna Filler fjl
lua lleelrHhlei Nuetetyr t n Aelreas4 I'Mle. II
"If I worn tint nfrnitl of b"liiKcoimlilmed 4
iiinitdlln,"n iiinn Willi a liPiivily llnitd face nnd 'l
allghtly frn-ttnd hnlr sild yetrilay. " I would .1
litiavnnslgb lor tho poor girl who cotnos to
Now York with n pretty Inco nud a light heart
nnd encoHtilora tho bowling mob of rounders
nnd club men who oosnas swells. If she falls
In u Ith ono ot them sho Is euro to meet tho
others, nnd thon sho Is whistled dismally nnd
mournfully down out or sight. Irrovocnblr nnd
"That sounds llko tho opening chnptor of !
' Maud Mngtilro'a Trlalt. or tho fate of a lleatl
tlftil 15.ioklilti.ttr Iti llm Wicked Metropolis.'"
snld "tin of tint llfttpnors. carolessly.
"Ob. 1 don't moan the poor working girl,''
said tint gray-halrod rounder, nsho pulled him- '
Bolfwltb soiiicthifigof nn uITnrt Into a mors
oroct position, "but I menu a girl who hai . :
moved In good sociuty lu other plscee, butwbc
llmls hcrsolf tiutof tlniBwIm hcruiinil grailuallj ' j
slips Into the current which oddlns nround tht
llruiiswlck.'tho St. James, nnd the Hoffman
Hoitao, tlinncn to Knstcr ct Dial's, nnd finally ur i
Hlxth nvonuo toward tho dives. The clrl hall ;
nf tho time hasn't the must remote Idea ol ,
bollig particularly gay. but sho makes the mis j
take of thinking that the Utile group ot round ;
ors nud cads who ant seen about so much in
public places are howling swulls, nnd that tt ti
something to bor crodlt to bosuon with thorn.
Instead of thnt, tt ts precisely tha revorss.
After sho hns boon Bonn about with this par- i
tlculnr moti thoro Is not tlio fnlntost chanco la
the world thnt she will over rocolvo the slight
est nod from women of dncent social position.
Homo day I am going to ninko a list of tho men i
whom no rospcctnliln wouinn should know and
publish It for tlio bonnllt of tho girls who Stic
up without over knowing why." '
"You ought to bond tho list with your own '
nnmo." tho mini who bad previously epokon i
eald with it grin.
U was agroup of man that may bo seen nt :
the llruniwlck nlmot any day nt 4 or C o'clock. ,
Olio or two havo a lluoting intereet In Wall
strnot iiutttois, the tbontrlcul protosslon Is rep- ' !
re-iuiitnd tlghllv. and one of tho most popular .
mambor-i of tho little crowd Is not at nil ;
nshiiAintl of bnlng conncotnd In a proprietary '
way wilb a gatitbllng placo on Twenty-olchth t j
Btront. Tho tniuorltv of the members, hownvor,
nrousiiiillyrnfiiire.l toHlinplyn-ttiiiinhors. They ;'
nro claliorittoly ilrosseil, supplied with abun
dant mn.tns, nn. I pass tli"lr tltivs lounging
nlniiit tho pniitilur ritstniliuiita and cafiSs, or
etnlklng with ovnrdrt'HHitil pomposity up and '
down Fifth nvnniiti npd Ilrnndwitv, whllo their
nights nro d'-votcil to tho thvatro, suppor, and
stngo doors, omi-ti who shop without the
protection of tin o-cort compniln of tholr ef- ;
frutitory. nnd men who do not know them speak i
of tilt-in with iiiiiiiitigut.d cotitt'iniit. ',
L'lniui'Htlotiiihlv th l"'st known man among
them, ns they sat tnlklng joterday, was tbti
ono with tho greyish hair. Thousands of poo- I
iile who iln not know hit natnn h.tvo for yenrs ,
beeti liiiulllar with hit regular features, sallow i
frtco, and I'ltcy I't'tiring. For twenty years lis '
lint riigulurlv wulki-d I'.roinhvny and Fifth ave
nue between tho hours nt 4 nnd G o'clock, fault- .
lossly titilrod uiul aiu'iirntitly it man without a
euro in tho world. Ills clean shnven face hat i
always bten I'lilo: tbo linos nto deep sot, and
th" heavltiusH of Hie eios and tho grim expres
sion of tln mouth give it n pnculinrly QlBsl-pati-d
look. Ho Is nearly always alone. 'I
"Tticre ie rather il sad exhibit nf swells In
Now York now at tho bent," hu contlnui-d care
lessly. " That's ono reason why I stay here. A i
good mnny Miitrit ago 1 made It a point to run i
overto l'tiris or London every t-o.ison, bull
found the trli sniint'l ni" so that I wasn't ablo
to fraternln with any feeling of self-respect ;
with the nld-tliuu mob und 1 returned to New I
York. Across tho wnter the men who live only 1
for the fun of living are bv no moans the Mini- 1
lowllttlo btisyboilies that they aro In Now York. i
They are well clubbed, hato a certain ftlrol i
distinction, nnd know how lo talk and act. But
the muu wlio pose as i-wnlls here seom always '.
to bo pusliig Inroftnct. There isn't a man In
this crowd who knows any other man's mother
or fittbnr, and I haven't tbo faintostldealn tbs
world where any of thorn were born.
"Tho in nn who is currently believed on Wall
street to be the most flashing nnd wicked young
rake in town is an IH-mnnnerod and boorish
young cub who can't talk ten minutes on any
subject nf moment, and who dresses his fat and
pudgy flguro alter the style of a London tailor's
apprentice, Ofcours-we know that ths ma- ,
jority of tho tlne-s-suit brigade which affects
Dnlmonfco's nnd cuts such a terrible dash in
chop houses and tjuner sporting dives does not
amount to ninth. Hut what does the girl frum
the country think ? Hho has an Idea that tbey
nro grunt society lights, and she hungers (or
" An iiist.ineii cwno under my observation a
short time ago. A very pretty girl, perhaps 20
venrs or age. moved to New York last winter
from Jersey City. Otor thoro she might have i
b'lon culled tbo hello of tho place. New Yorkers
aro apt to look with a tilt ot oontamptal Jersey
City, because they only know the part of It that
1. seen from tho railroad terminus. There
nro homo charming people over there, however,
and they have liltlo tlatioes and parties which jH
am nttenil'.il by people h well-mannerod and . fH
as p. illslinil.'ts those of litany oirelesof societies 1H
In New York. The girl whom I hate lu mind jfl
wns very popular acmes the river. Her mother, J
who was a u Mow, moved to Now York and took
ahotiso un town, wnero Mie settled with her Jfm
family. The only pt'oiiln site knew here lived B
In boarding houses or Hutu, and they
tild tint entertain, so that the daughter
nf the hnusoiiiiiii toiindtlinn hanging heavily M
on h'T hniiils. Sim is a girl uf jolly disposltloti, !
iierh,tis u tttilo light, but good hearted. In B
Jr-oy City sh" wnunl se.iniperup stairs, where flj
she h.'iiipnueil to lutnt a dance, and chat cosily fH
nnd coiillih'iili.illt- with hor partner on the top H
stei. When n in one i'.inm lo see her tho H
inother tliM-ri-.'t lull her alonnwltli tho visitor 9J
In tlio par or, as Is Hid eiistnni in many small jH
citlen In Mniiiifii, She thought nothing of go-
lug ton .Iiiii.-.i without iiehiiiHirniie and coming
hutiiH ul 'i In the nun iilm.'. After she bad (wen HJ
in New York it few iiiniiihs she mot a memlier
of Hi" .In". suit lirltfaile. I hato forgotten ox-
HC'Hv how It uas. though hn told a pally of ten
ortwo.te iii'in uli'iiiiit tlio duv foilotiltig his 1
ItiHeling hnr. The ehanees are ho followed bor 1
iirouiid thostrei'ti- nntil-liiHiiill".Isgliiy.niid 1
thou In- spokti tn hei. Tollirt in die streets lu H
New York i. of course, n iletesttihln prnctlcn.
No mutt who is nut incUiug In lint cunnioiiest HJ
el.'linuils nf il' ii. ' iiii.I profirletv would ill- M
diilgx in it. umt whiutver imtciiHi'S the dntestn- kM
bin 1'iiliit nliiiiil.l be heitl un to tho contempt of M
all sitlisil) n Hid tllglllfletl o)," B
"The yoiitig t-tittp who mnde hernctjunlnt- M
niit'o wi-niri a niiule glues aud n society smile, M
11" Is iiopui.trt) .siiiiiieeiliiiiioiigi.'liaiutHrmnlds M
nml elim us girls to he nn Inliinule terms with H
Villi Vsterlulis ami till tho otlnT people of tho flj
tips,,! in Now Yuilt, nml ho f-fim-i-iiiH ihe fact
that h Is I'ltgiigeil in it whii"!ile litjitnr store M
ilotvit town with ii.liulr.tlile sn.'i'i'.-d. Ifo lulled M
upon the gul the foiliittlftg night nnd I in- 1
ptes-ed tint i-otiui'lal in. H h.T ai well as her M
giio'l-iiatuiiol il'ii,-lier with Ihn Idea that ho M
Is n ihtthiii.' -ind hi Mil nit Hiirtol u profi'sslonnl H
henuty, ilnoiiuiht ho look her to I he tiles tro H
ami iiil'Tnurd I i'nii;iit her here tnuupper," H
".N '," -.il. llm i:,iiiili.ni wim calm and brutal M
dollberaii-in, "ou hate not; but, then, most M
of us lii-giii in f I ml out what you're getting at." H
" Well, joii l.ii'iiv I mn a mini i, f tears anil H
dlseiiiiion, umt the Kiet-tuclit nf t ti ti t pretty M
yottfiL' gtn fumy jiitniiitig tip.-tiitl down with the
Ugh!-, Dm i-limniiiiglie, ,'Hnl tint glare of tho
ninu'e glu-s in in ut of her gave Hie Iho mulll- M
iii litis. 1ir i-liee'.'e wele us toil asthe roses nt H
her bolt, itinl her eves shone 1 1 1. ii diamonds. BV
Show ns its proud nl hi eoiiiiu'.si of thm clerk us MM
tlioiigti he tiiiH ,i in , iii-m o I itinl, lootl, 1 saw Iter jH
tin i linn ni.'ihis later with another Member VMM
Of the gfltlg. tlftil H"liin a Week hlieUIIKtlli.ro IBB
iigiiln, eaeu tlint. staying u llll.e luier, talking a
ilttln Inililei, titi'l hlalieilig ln"le Itenly at lh BB
lll"fl Now slit' lilts b"enllle kllllWII us a girl 9B
wlin will l'ii tuthe tlneitte on a liniment's notice Mm
and sin) out tiii'll a o t'loi'k in llm morning, IMJM
Her nt niter Is a mil. I mi. I negative hurt of it flfl
uomnii. ti o -its tis tnoi'kly until her (laughter
eonii.s h uiu ui night, mni thinks, things aru WMt
go-nrwr i.. ' ul i-sr,'t knowlnnMiistoithi'iu, Mm
" It Is I if ellllie Hlth W iltletl of nil suits, ex- !BB
.''pi i who b ''" le'eit burn ami brought up BB
In New i rli untl who kimtv tho spurious from Mm
tl rt-iil .ittii'if. J.'-stlinii n li ar ngna boautl- fl
liu I itl"t niimi e tiiiti iii'te Irom the fnr West )BB
aii'i nt nn th" htitu'iii Mho t is clever, tnilck- mm
tt.tteil. nml lli'cotliliiihheil. If.. - life hail betifl BB
els-tit ill tint nm ui, ir of Imliaiiu iin.l kbit hail IBB
li'i'ii tceiistomeil to meeting mo n who talked BBJ
MTlotisl'ii'i ihiti-.fTiiirsi.r life mni were mtiuily BBJ
'lisiingui-hi'il bv Iiitv ii'init, ii,'k.es, and to- WM
b it'i-it, .Sim m in u hti ik" in emotion tl .Irnma, H
ilfl'l olio day a brotiii-t in-liii ul In ts intriuliiced Mmt
her to a ni'iinlier nf tbo tnoh, ami uithln a jH
eiil; him knew th. mi nil, ntieolf mtinng tho Mm
liuiiiber, 1 auw tint w.iv iliitigx went going- 9BJ
then, tin- kiiti'.v-llieiu wis tin use fo tell her, fMM
ami ho J ii,.', ,,, j ) u,,i, !, y.it to wboyp- H
lug iiboiii iiun ,t mi i ampi-l rate that tier MB
naiiiHgiii int.. Hut i"i"'r- in intiiit'i'tion Willi H
siiinn hi.'I ns. it. i In mi I she u.ia leleai-o'lfrnm BJ
hot- enyn .ft a .t i tl" iheatie, Thvn hho
drlftn I In' i . in -.,ie und I did the inlirnnl )BB
and tried '"la i. le-r n.i ' ..iiiiiii.ui sinixe. She H
c.iil. ln'i e t ut at Win thought thnt rill of ilBJ
tint gentlemen iie knew wi-ro n'evnr, bright. SB
nml tirtt .'ti,i mni him iliiln'i semii ici k now that WU
ib, u.'i.. i -'.'ii,' h"i Into Hut null), She ! jn
Hi" iiiutl ii ov rtlth a , vetigentu-o. Andthorears
I. is mi, re f tin-in, ' MM
It's a gie it g,t ig"eaij lliegnmblersnntsn- BBJ
II itialv i: Ii llg iti-il iiirnaheigNr mid careless- BBl
li n.'Utiott e.lgftl tim poiiti, miutiiilini of the H
h-iidiil a b g brokeiiiifo hout-e on Wall atroet, H
who pasanil thu window Then tbey placidly BB
drifted itpurt, no man cu ring a jot whither tut Warn
would over inuel tbo others agalu or not. WMm