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THE SUN SUNDAY MAY 10 18M n
yf1T8 OF Tim 2lDCArnA
wim last weeks memorable nffleUner ot
Vthinw frOm at the theotrss there will bo to
1 cbance to sometnlna like the
rrow nlcht I chlnll othhu lie
JlOffOI jiniry course of events No drama of
rllr at Dtar bouse and
ottl will bo offered any
VV trill be no new actor to command atten
lur i unfamiliar be found
II0D All that will be unramla wi
comlo opra which Palmers I put forth as
the eOllo oPra r
10 1
Lflrtt enurtalnmtnt of Its summtr season
lbs flnt of the Charles Frohman Comedy
Jblrl to leave town will be that which
fT for several month performed All the
Herrmanns This
f7m orta of Home at 1errmlunI
< ropreentaUon ot Gillettes skilful farce
IninJthelrohman Benson at norrmnnns
fiend I thel1robmlD Reaon norrmRnns
WI If that coiey little house Is used nt nil dur
Jy the summer It will be for what may bo
it monitoring productions Th frnhmnn
rmet cal nrodnctons
Imet ianare 10 return tn errmanns In N ep I
tn1eJintTh for another term of fnroo 1 onnstone
E ° Kit who Into Introducoto American nu U I
ODel iO title role In reto fs comedy
t c U will lab for London In a few tlS
In
Itb mucti tucres thor
If rilflflIflR mlob lucrOOl
In rlDnlnl gobs over to BOO how the
ui 1 ifflPer1P0t0r 9f th chief clnrlctor
lhllmstonltor Ithl
II from thl lrnrl
IHpNn thet It gien rlQ to Inc 10 Your
arcA his 11
II horroed and two or Ihro othor
elfe lorrowed anl
jjgiuh farces
Sunday entertainments In theatres are not
lIt Suoda Mhatwied It eems Tonleht Mabel
lanhenarn whistler wto has an enthuslns
0heilrn 1 whiter 10 hn In
tii following on twocnntlnente will give a
rololrlDI She Is 1 going
Loertat the Garden Theatre olnl
u Europe In a few dnvn to trY to fiuelnato
rBUilimen aad English women At the 1nrk
special chow
all eietdng John F Uarleys
rill bo irlven br Klolse Mortlntor Joseph A
OK Dor Jon LUta Linden larry rishor
Hay Olt jobs Isnatlo Martlnettl Rosa Leo
MUM T Powers Charles Heed PoturR Dav
les ltll II lnrpU k Arnnll llnu n ml IAn
1 I I m nnle VlQ up e Oeoo LiobJlhar vvv v
Srrol and the m poInI I und Unique
aJq
Sartits A hnt hl been arranged for E
Flllee of the htanrtanl t occur nt that thea
tre a week Horn tonight and on Sunday even
inff Mar 24 J Thomas Mnuulro general
easuror log 1 IIT at the llliou nnd the iourteentu
Ftrelt will have his annuiil testimonial The
1 llrlcncle Association will coun
leMnerrmj rcce Ioclaton wi
lealber
finance a hen Ot pcrformnnoo for tho widow
ef CaDt Hialy this evanlnc nt llarricanii
Thiniri Hiurleao and ilanlojr give nil ibe I
Thtre luthan
faclli le ol their house and the oluntoeis
are i nmoioiis and lalenteJ tints Insunn
good diversion
nel and the 400 has pasted Its 150th
performance at Harrisons with flying color
and alt th marks of genuine and unforced
auccasa There were no souvenirs and proba
bly there will not be any when tho 200th nIght
shall be reached Manager Hnnley la one of
thoM oldtime amusement caterers who hold
IBM to the customs of the bygone day The
souvenir has never been popular with Ultaund
It delights him to know that Uarrlgans can
draw crowd without xtraneoiis wll Th
current play Is likely to last well Into July I
To bell the Memorial Arch Fund there will
be a i > rforniance at ono of A M Palmers
theatre a weA k from tomorrow afternoon
Ide JcfferaooHorence company will come to
BfthernKitu torn Mozlo act of Tbo Rivals
and the remaining portions uf tho programme
will be supplied by umateurs
A goodly cumber of our actresses are In
Europe or colne thero for semibusiness pur
pose Minna K Gale who is to star pre
tentiously next season In Oscar Wlldos
Countess of Fades which the late Lawrence
Barrett produced last season will make a trip
to have ao Interview with th tcsthetlo author
aud to eot costumes designed by him I Is
said that Margaret Slather put In a bid for the
play but failed to get It Miss Mather uill not
retire from the stage on tbataocount however
and has eone to Europe seeking a still more
difficult task of cettlne 0 drama from tianlou
and playing a Verntiardt rxlla in It That
seems risky rfolllott Paeet sailed yesterday
bbs will come bock to play tne Ada Rohan rle
lay The Lost Word dtirmie tie winter tour ot
thli country This Is venture authorized by
Auffustln Daly Minnie Pnlmor Is al
ready in London and the understand
ing is that she anI take an engage
ment at tno Gaiety Theatre instead of
returning to America rs belfo Carter tele
graphs toner manager that rhe will quit Paris
Ibis week spend two weeks In London and
then return home to prepare for thn now play
wntch Ibo I to USA noxt season Lola Iliilir
bag not abandoned bar hope of gaining
London success Uu Tuesday nlternoon she
tried a new plaY at a special matinee and ac
cording to a cablegram received yesterday Iv
cue of her friends hero she Is pleased with the
wrdlct ol her nualenee I Is evident that
His Fuller Is not let ready to corns home but
ibe would surely fare better here
The season at the Harlem Opera House Is
prolonged by this weeks special engagement
of Frank Mayo whu is almost a stranger to
New Yurk audiences these days Nordeck
and Davy Crockett remain in thin jplctur
csnue and earnest actors repertory He baa
rporrorv ha
lubsrdd a good company for Ohs Harlom sea
son and lie ought to face a crowded house
houa
every night
The east side theatres mako attractive offer
tve oter
logs for the week The Burglar will be at
Jacobss I has no novelty in town jet I
seems to lose no degree of interest for bay
goers The cast names a dozen competent
Players The actress who will play latlv Jed
lock and Uorttnio In Bleak Houso this wok
at the Bowery Peoplos Is Jane Coombs aud
she will be almon unknown to tlju
wi tlu younger
generation of
tUeatrbeoers But there
tUIInIOI1 are
older lay patrons who will easily rejall her a
an admirable leading actrets la the stock
comnany days and a little later ai a star of
some note In recent teasons Miss i Coorabn baa
welled widely in the West and South avoid
1 this city by lesion rather than
10311n nn accident
thorja j hers will bo ler Inlcr9lt company In her Includes reappearance
Includel several
rots hoae Dne are not unfamiliar to Sew
ori unlamlnr
YorJ Anlinif 1ou House has been
long time loaL Houl a
Itmela
loul prluck Jls Coomb repertory and her
Jatv hI bucomo < juito Smelts ont of
At the
toI WIDmor Little Jxrl rauntl
Toy will have n cast hastily neagoil hUt
tolerable there Is a strong JIelbood necrih lefHolft
tholerable lleformanco lot most Of tbo actor
Iauntiroy vI appeared II un or another Ol tlla recent
aunlro troupes
Ix3ndoasdramnlc critics have been Inspired
and cheered by the cod fortune that ba siid
denly attended nron Clement ticott who Is a
I poet ate a tlaywrlcht and a zealous and temper
student of the
since A pretty falrhalred
IIelr
roans lady a Miss Drew who loslled at Ole
Joshl1 Ole
nails tottace Alpha road St Johns Wood
11 4 constant attendant on SlrAt nights
rit nllhtsAt the
l lndon act theatres Mls Dew It seems
bCI I eonuhd a deep admiration for
j lenient S admiraton
s Inllncs
Qltl nt her
I deAth recently she bit 1111
In recenty Ih n Willproved
the Icolandb which he wiprovd
Stcte sole oxocnlr end 5UdlTaney 1010teo of an
ette 01 nearly IUuO 1ho legacies to hi
paid h
out of
this sum Were not very large To
her later Miss iJiow left rJSOuO an annuity of
1 to anoUer ludy > and A valuable piano to
VUllle Wild nljo I dramatic critic and
to
whom It In said Mla Dni was engaged Ind be
tore
she b
for became acquainted with Scott
What with his half pay wil Scot
Jar Office says a friendly newepiper and
bis fine inheritance allot duties and
Inhrlancl alt expenses
of clear 00000 Clement Scott bee no necessity
° 10 write another line IJut the coadapter
iplploroacy the entbunlnstlo editor of th
Wofr and the critic of the London Jrtrarnoh
viii we dare add pen many another graceful
HTlew for his thousands readers iavul
Illlchard ManiOold Is not ready to try his
ivn tilT Don Juanat the Garden and so
w will fill this west with revivals of A
rlslan Romance and Prince Karl The
7 ncri drama will b acted on Monday Tuts
day
iTi YouD08loT And Hftturdni nights and
bunters comedy which Is the ruont entertain
inf09 wurk ocr put forward by this author
wi I bo Performed on the remaining evenings
and at the natlne on Saturday i hero Is I a
11 IJo artlatlo fo betweou Mnnaflelds senile
horn4 hurl Chrl and his manly young courier
lorl but the torasllif triumphs In each
ptor
is f
v eul oab
tie Ills
H admirers who seem to Increase
r ipWly will bal with pleasure this opportu
nllr > to lew him In his earliest successes
noon Don uan sbal bo erlest It may bo
XDOcted to last a ionic lime Mansfield Is I r b
paring j b for It creful r and even laboriously
im scenery costumes and all the accessories
viii I pa rich and picturesque
TrI ur molthllol A troUrht TIp and James
P0rtnnnrflavinot been too nu1 for that
tertion
rUon
siififli0thf hontwBolns community which
Still Dndf ntortnlnment In Tarletyfaroe The
K SW Park ic I wiii 1 Jled every night Laughter
ner nllht
L I a uiiisnt and there Is no question of the
early ccptance of this inlxture of frivolity
tUOO J and terpsichore ThlrBth floltr
< i A torlllchoro Thill thllost wek
iLA
I htrnlKlu Tip which will take a vaoa
1II0lllnti June whoa It will go to Chicago Its
Uvear at the lark will be A Knotty
4Mr thus giving a conUnnano of farcicality
ilcCarthys MIsbftDS a droll Irish farce
Illb
tai is not unknown t est and west side
aUdleocu will reappear In town tomorrow
alrbt lt the Fourteenth btreet Its stars were
original variety teams or Ferguson and
Mack And Barney Ferguson is still In the cast
a laughable Ilgure and a clever low comedian
Jur oOQedlln
1110 lan In and danoe onlr but the original
Mat k long ago gave way to another vaudeyjller
vaudOler
or the damn tame The farce has nil the con
coniltantsnf Its class Out of town thin i > oa pn
It I has lieru well liked And doubtless It will bo
a moirlly aceoptahlHhow for this week wi Dm
ioiirtecntli Htteot KITln llllslor will b the en
suing actress Hbo wilt Imvo 1 new company
for this will ho 1 special engagement Next
season sun II to return to the tears of llatf
Krk and the eteran Couldook Mill again be
Clidook
the Ironhearted Jnaiftnn II
Itoslna Yokes Intends to devote tho remain
Inc fortnight In her spring season at Dalys to
n rvr cf little plays and this week the
triple bill will ho nindu UD of Percy Pen
dragon which la I nn abbreviation of Married
In Haste My Milliner Bill In which Miss
Vokoa tell nbout Iho art that wan true to
Poll and My lx > r < 1 In Livery t Tlieyre
here
Kinlthn old but still userul farce In Peroy
Icnclrxuun Felix Morris has the load lull
this Vokex domlnntos tbo mher pieces with
liei I captivating urn I Infectious jollity Tue
SinaI opportunity to onto the performnnce nf
Iho I Voltes trmino lioulil not be neglnctod It
IH Introit i > ns lble that Miss Voices may not for
alouc time III another sprint engagement nt
Dalys ol Smith Itussnll more llLely to be
next years first visitor mono
A mnnnger who I perhaps more daring than
dlsoreot fans nearly completed plans for a test
tlioThoatio llbro fohomo In Now York I
He Is floury J Belmor nnd although ha Is n
good au or and ft reputable business man his
Aohtures hitherto have not bon important
He Is recalled a tho btar In several sensatIonal
playunt various times wltnossod In Bowery
theatre Ills project Is to conduct 1 summer
season of drama l the Windsor to start nn
Juno 1 or thereabout nnd hiit I ten week or
lonser lor this venture ho will engage a
stock company using the term rather un
warrantabiy M Is I tho custom nowadays
which ho will select from professional
aol nmiileur applicants and from the
multitudinous Khools of noting Tlio
ro ter ho nromlte will contain natnot
enouuh to fill throe wil companion Good
alone and actresses who have remained In the
background for want of an opportunity may
Hnd It In Delmera Amrrlcan Theatre Libre
In the Bowery at any rate so Belmer prom
lees I they will have 1 chance to appear In
fti one rQlcs In city productions that hare nut
loHt their alt edge by too froottent use by local
favorites Now plain liv nntho authors will
I t Hnlklted 111 1olmeH and every piece selected
will be acted at leant cue al Curtain misers
will ho tested new scenery will ba painted
nud competent stage rdnunuers will superin
tend the rchsHrsals All this is pleasant to
read about but It will < ost money and ten
rrmks uf I In the luno July and August Bow
cry may put a new aspect on tIle scheme At
any rate Delm r Is boll enough to try It
Three city playhouse are In disuse this
week Two of thom Niblos and the Amberg
Will not be occupied again until the fall soa
son There no doubt na to the Alnbergs
future I will have A new double company of
German actors and singers and the novelties
nt Mrnna nnd Berlin will find quick perform
ance in America at this Hula theatre In Irving
place The progress and energy of the tier
niiin tore in thin country must be a source of
constant gnitltlcatlon to Am bo res supporters
for he and they are responsible lor the ad
vance Nlblos Is talkodlabout variously One
authority declares that Ullmor will reopen It
with a big spectacle as Is his custom and that
100XnOII better fortune next reason An
other of his friends hints rather plainly
that Gilmore bun his eye on nn up
town Bite and that I he ha numbered
his days at Nlblos The Lyceum the third
dark theatre this weok finished Its Reason
ti ltu yontcrdnys performances or Old Heads
and young Hearts I bad been a brilliant
winter and spring there take It all In all J bo
company wits called upon to Interpret a wide I
range of works and their endeavors wore ar I
tistic eainot and Intelligent Only once
perbaoh ha there been a loss of the elTecthe I
ness that commonly marks the Lyceum play
eta rorformunoe The company are now
elated on their tour Which will b
pleasantly punctuated by a low weeks
test In the hot spell In the late
fall after Hothern baa tulfllled his annual
engngemont nt this theatre the Lyceums
stiik season Will open with a new play by the
brilliant aud polished Plnero Lady Boun
tiful is Its title The only summer visitor on
the Lyceums stage will be llobert Bruce Mal
tell whou supplementary season will begin
on May 25 in two new plays A I Havens
The ale Picture and John Ernest Mc
Innn and Nugent Iloblnsons A Lesson in
Acting This will b an Important test for
Mantell I will be his first experience at his
expernco
own manager and capitalist A new company
will aid him
wi
Stuart Itobsons records of the life of The
Henrietta show that he has clayed llertie the
acuous but hones lamb nearlr 600 times
hVwYork hits fully onethird of this achieve
ment to Its credIt und ltoo on has mado
<
money enough with the piece to last the re
mainder of his diy I he could b content to
stop work But though millionaires retire
IH w and then rich actors never lo Itobson
with all his wealth Is us ambitious as be was
when The Two Men of Sandy Oar nearly
bankrnntud him veers nio He IR I now look loa
forward tn the elaborate revival of riZi
btoopsto Conquernoxt year and be will
spend plenty of money on the venture His
rurrent eugacement at the Union Square will
continue until May s n The Henrietta has
ktrracted large audiences and It Is now un
likely that there will be a change nt play The
lively opera Shli > Ahoy I will come in the
Union Square alter Hudson for a long stay
A Hoboken novelty that promises well Is
The Broom Maker of Carlsbad a dialect
comedy In which James Rellly Is tho Imper I
Kormtor of tho title character Rellly conies
from the variety stage as every other dialect
actor has come In Into veers aud he has been
I ftar long enough to become popular on most
tttlu I circuits He villl appear at Jacobns llo
bokon Tbeitie tomorrow night remaining
ak > Tueiday and Wednesday Guilty With
out Crime a melodrama from many sources
will ue acta I 01 Thursday
Announcement of another visit from Lydia
Thompson she will be at the Grand Opera
House thliweek glvesrlse to speculation asto
whether she bits not plated at more New York
theatre this season than any other actress
since the fashion uf making the city rounds
began The Uarzlcr ceitalnly flits left no
section of the metropolis untnucbrd Ttaln it I
good testimony to its nopnUr success and it N
pot to be wnmiered at that the festive Lydia
urn determined to let troll enough alone bbs
will thereforetnntlnue play The Dazzler
ill noxt soaou lonlnnllO has r ngaged most
01 luo members of her niesent company The
summer sa cn uf English grand inert at low 1
irlcei H onrn on Nay 2i huGs dl Lam
mermoor will be the production ilon
eurllTo Tacllaiiletra Pnullne LAllemand
telrlto Tallnllera Puulf0 Alemlnl
IOilai Lote alial and Bella Tomllns are
under engagement The season will last six
weeks tierbaps longer
At the Harlem Columbus this weak Hoyts
A Midnight Bell with Goorco Richards Eu
gene Canlleld and most of the other actors
who have been In this enjoyable comedy dur
inic the past two seasons will be revived before
uptown plamoori It has not been In Har
em so olteu that It is worn out and its visit at
his lime IH I likely to meet with wide np
irovnl Next weeks combination will be the
lat dramatic visitor to precede the summer
opera tea ou wnlcli nlll couimenco on May 25
and last at Imist six weeks
The Casinos iresh operatic spectacle Apol
10 is apparently good cuoucli for all summery
sool cuoul
Uy and by the roof urdu will bo ooencd and
hen the town will have a real warm weather
raHpl Tho Casinos sicoud tinupe lies just
luished Its tour Jr acono Solomon Is imu <
tntetl for next year but uinlllo DArvlllo u
charming actress and singer announces her
self as nt liberty tiles PArtille IH a hugh
priced iierfoiiiinr and there mav not be ninny
Amoran bidder for her fervlces In that
caio aims would still be useful In London where
ho audiences are affectionate oven I the man
agers am not extravagant Max Freeman a ri
turn to the stags iminaKument of the Casln Is I
liii iBsurnnco that tbu perfnrmances will not
decrease In brilliancy or In finish
ODowds Neighbors has tickled rtio fancy
of the towns lovers of light fuu at the Bijou
where It begins Its second nnd final week The
Sauce gains its greatest momentum on the path
way of success through the efforts of Mal k
lutDhy and Sum J Ilyan aided and abetted
1 ill u wellpicked company of singers and
Hteclallsts Minnie CUInln < ham on airy and
graceful dancor Helen Baloley a comely
woman and a line singer Battle Delaro
lute
Barnes bn acreeublo actress and Lawhnr and
1 Thornton are among those or the cast who
IIVH scored dlMlnct hits ODowds Welch
bore 1IIIod 1lnel of tho latorda fare
and with Its present oust will wear better par
oe that many of Its competitors At Jr
rate Its success on upper Broadway may b
assured Aunt Bridgets Baby a now force
will be at the Dijon next week
Mr Wilkinsons Widows is I enjoying a
toady continuance of the high favor that was
awarded to It on Its very first night at Proctors
Tho audiences are stllli lnrKennd there enema
sUI laleanllilero SOe0
10 be no reason wht Gillettes hustling farce
will not remain In town a huslinc wok
onaer an In now planned About June 20 tho
company will be iranHfjrrad to Chicago for he
epkrt After bat they will return to Proc
Ions her they will wit The Widows
until late In September hen Charles Froh
man will have a notv play ready forjhe imbue
With the end of a weeks visit from a band of
Toelllnu vaudevlllers 1 house company
willnraln ruin nt Pastors tomorrow night
Lottie clever and little bal
Lti Gllson a r agreeable Itll
adist Frank Bush Anl inimitable wit and
mimic and For Moore n versatile character
ringer and dancer will head the nil Other
entertainers will be the Middays late ol the
Natural Qua company Charles Morley and
his trick horse Star Snied Bsnner A O
laollld
Duncan ventriloquist Lord and Howe eccen
nntrloQulsti Lrd Inwo
trio onml tans Isabella Ward Instrnmental
lit the ritrglbbon Hlsters character slnger I
Adrian mnglclan and the Morley trio In their
tifcW sketch The Invisible Concert
Iteptesentntlous ot the principals In th
Fourth ward horror form the latest additions
to the IM len MutVs Inanimate features Tho
Japanese jugglers and athletes and the Hun
garian nand reniau pleasing and potent at
tractions
With the curtailment of Its tedundattt words
and a judicious smoothing of Its rougher
edcos the Academys latest offering Home
Hwnat Home now realizes Its title reasonably
The story I alms to tell Is Ute the real
Ism I employs tuna excellent The horse rate <
devoid of any mechanism N I thrilling and the
reproductions of farm life ire natural and In
tfrotlng Home IwC t home will occupy
the Academy for a month probably longer A
Irolnbl
low changes Imvo been tnndo In Ibo cast
At Roster k Blaln Garden tomorrow night
Jennie Joyce and Madge Leasing butlesquers
will Introduce new refrains In AdnmVTemn
tatloa carniencitit remain a favorite This
fnorle
wk specialty bill Includes Jon Le Clair
miirman anti Mqrrlsey Jlllle Wstorn Paul
Buvlllo lolnd Lane aud others
A new oomor In the cast of t The Henrietta
A the Union Buuare this week Is Gortrttde
Conklln an earnest and ambitious young ai
plrant for histrionic honors 8he will make
her dibut as Adv 1nrt In Stuart ilobsons
support on next Wednesday evening The
Heniiettns triumph Is still nolld anmi there N I
evidence that Hob onl tenancy of the Union
aunro will have favorable results In every
ray With the advent of June the tiblp
Ahoy r I company will return for a season
Martha Mortons view of Americas business
life Tho Merchan a capital la In many
respects has drawn largo audiences to tim
Madison Square where It is to be performed
throe or four weeks longer Miss Morton pos
sesses the distinction ot having won the best
success achieved by any female dramatist in
thlfl country In recent years Not many Amer
Iran women Imvo written acceptable plays
any way Mrs C A Doremuss laurels begun
10Jln
aud appear to have rested with The Circus
Ulder which she Borrowed from the French
Fanny Ayinru Matthoivn A wilier of un
doubted ability has rot to demonstrate
beyond litigation that she can make n
drama ICllzu Mnrbury has confined herself
to adaptations which have not had herlol
licity Estello Carton title a a playnrlcht
has never been satisfactorily established and
even I she bad proved tho genuineness of her
authorship there would be slight credit await
inc her the Philadelphia lady crodl four or
live years ago figured as the authoress of
Our Society for the Madison Square was
ORflltod by Clinton Stuart and tqlnro were
translators M > time brilliant 1alllorons Lo
Monde nu VOn nEnnulo Mrs Alice Ives
Into of Detroit and now ot the metropolis hn
produced Lorine an emotional play of not
uncommon merit and Marie Mndiron who Is
young and really clever baa been more Indus
trious hut less triumphant thnn the authoress
of Helene and The Merchant It will be
II 10
well to watch und to encourage Martha Mutton
The Envoy at the Star has been vhwed
by fairly largo nudlcncos since Its opening
night This must be taken ns a tribute to the
combined popularity of James ONeill nnd
Louis James and It Is a fact that the town
does not often see two actors ot equal consplc
nnuRneAs on the Stars boards I Is assorted
the Stars that The
by SIIIS management Dnvoy
has been Improved since Monday iilcht and
that the perfnrn anco Is nnw smooth and con
tinuously Interesting But It IH I sale to mid
that the rile of Count 1rrnUt will not bo In
uSolllo repertory alter this engagement I Is
doubtful indeed I be over contemplated Its
eolbtu
permanent use Louis James baa signed to
play in a summer company In Ht Paul and Min
neapolis nnd he will start West early next
month In the fall ho will bead the Soudan
company
Daniel Sully will finish his engagement In
rho Millionaire the Standard this week
Ho has been cordially greeted and that Is 1
oudway record that any star may be proud of
Wang the first ot tho spring operas intro
duced to the town has hit the public taste
Big and clownish Do Wolf Hopper and natty
Delia Fox find congenial I places In the
Dela ox Inl conlenl acos new
work Aside from the Oriental scenlo splendor
of Wang the drollery of Hopper and the
sprIghtliness or Miss Fox the singing of Jean
nette bt Henry a new and talented hums
donna bus pi oved one of the most refreshing
adjuncts of the nOW opera Miss St Henrys
success on thn opening night was thorough
and true She Is the possessor of A rich finely
trained voice and her personal charms are
many Brighteyed Annie OKeefe and funny
acrobatic Alfred Klein are among the others
who help toward VbeToUity of5rWaniTr
Brooklyn Amuiemend
Brooklyn Park Theatro will have this week
Hoyts A Texas Steer performed by exactly
the same company which presented It during
its long term at the Bijou in New York city
This example of Harts handicraft strikes
midway between the outright farcicality of his
earlier pieces aud the comedy A Midnight
earler and Its humor Is rich and original loiu
Murphys Toxas cattle kina and Flora Wnlsbs
Jou are the strong rules but the cast Is ex
cellent Slronl A Plirv by Clinton Stuart
called Will Mho Divorce Him 1 will he pro
duced at Wi Park on June I with Cora Tanner
a the heroine
That slapbang farce U and 1 which has
had a pr sperous term In New York city will
bo played a week at the Lee Avenue Academy
dnt Williams and John T Kelly will retain
their rules uI the Herman and the Irishman
and tho company of singers dunceis and
mimics will be unchanged U ana 1 Is a
HiMirate example of the dramotled variety
show Assistant Manager Howard will have a
benefit here on May 11 iI I i
Ullle Akerstrom an original and peculiarly
amuslcg actress will spend the week at the
Grand Opora Hono HIT play Annette the
Dancing Girl and herself are already sinus
aiiccsssus elsewhere altboiuh they are not
familiar in Brooklyn Alice Akerstrom singe
dances and I a sort of Mattel Mitchell jn her
own way
Tor the revival of Under tho Gaslight A
Holmess Star excellent pcenery ana rcechan
cal effects nro promised This old melodrama
of KfV YorK life has justllled its reproduction
tlewliere and It is surely superior to the cur
rent London nlavs of the same dais The cast
nt tho Star will it is said be adequate
Manager C F GebharJt ot the Brooklyn
Casino will bring out EdilhCraske a dance
of all nations she assuming the costumes of
many countries George Hollnwny tale of
Herrmanns transntlantlque cimiimr In liU
specialties Flora Hasting Churles Duncan
HRsln
and the lllca brothers will bn In the group of
variety performers on lime smite Minnie
Hchiilt aHtioni mind attractive soprano con
tinues us ftl ono of the features at this carder
Dr Bill nnd Barbara will hold the Stan
at tho Aniphlon during lh week followed by
limo WIKou company in The Merry Monarch
ou May 11
me MIni Miietim
Tim dramatic venture of thin Doris Musie at
S31 Eluhth uvenuo last wool has Induced
Manager hot Is to make 1 more attractive ooo
In the way ol opoia this week The locturs hull
will offer its usual fat mind lean people giants
wi oler sword and knife awallowers ibo
mdlltB
sSeleton of skeletons with many others who
Selolon
are paid to be looked al and seem to find It I
ileVant way of Betting on Ill the au Itoriuni
the iimnnirHmentwIll ntrodueo wellknown
wlintrodueo
opera mf f The Mascot with not Innly acorn
iiipyof singer for thocbnrttctem but also a
lhOIS ltlYOr M Its Maxwell will assume tho title
role with Mr Donnelly Lortnin
Prof Worth says thAt ho will make his lec
ture room particularly interestIng OH well as
he performances on the stage Stewart Ibo
armless itnul legless man will describe how he
txlhts In hula abbreviated condition Hilton will I
II
chow 111 euy It is to understand miiRlc
Ilasson will describe bow bo educates
HI8son
rabbits and geee to support him In
his efforts lo rise In the world Johns
will appear In ventriloquism and magic
anti the long and short o > It wU be veers
onlol b yn negro plant tuna us while midget
In the auditorium there will appear In variety
olctions Fielding und Walker Hefron Andy
Jollum Jan W Thompson the Buck f > e
lock and Olrsrd Uevere and Kitty Smith the
iunsformntlon dancer On May 18 Col Mil
hikons condo npern company and the ladies
musical contention
The attractions for the week A Hubert
PaUe Museum will bo all now and of a
character to please the patrons of the house
The horse tlnu will bo replaced by another
biiuitlliil stnlllon wil llomeo coal black In
coloi nnd doclnred Iled be nleo most perfect
sneelinen of horHtfKnsh overseen In Sew 1 ork
OI
luotit cite bandos rsttiunakes and alligators o
Ilndio rlLt AI Ot
he mnln stage of the large hal Lewis and
Itll
Pail will myHir policemen and detectives i br
11111 easy manner In which they can hllp nut of
liandculTb ropis or thongs On the stage aM 1
entirely new company will be seen The
feature of the COl eel wi wn a rnadacnlllnc J
mutch In which 1 number Of young ladles ate
10 be contestants
NOTES OY BciRXCK Ann ixnvsTitr
For users of steam power who are not
skilled mechanics or not accustomed to run
engines 1 unique type of engine construction
has lately come Into vogue consisting of 1
moving steam cylinder and moving valve and
n stationary team chest thus dispensing en
tirely with various mechanical arrangements
commonly employed such ns the eccentric
valve rod complicated connecting rods slides
rocker Ao By avoiding this elaboration ol
mechanisms the advantages realized sre sim
plicity of construction compactness self con
ael
tainment complete Interchangeablenena or
jinn high speed short Stoat ports and
balanced valves thus greatly reducing Irlc
rlllolnl
ae frenty
lion The lonstructlon of the steam chest
and valve Is such a to secure the reo
duction of watte room In the ports I
A well a the absence of lateral
pleasure nenlnH the steam cylinder be
cause tho valve operating ports are In a cylin
drical surface concentric with the it Is of occll
Intlon 1 there Is niton complete balancing of >
steam prossuie so far as tlm vulto operation Is
concerned And a icciillni rutlilt In securing
nnd maintaining I lmlnm u tight joints IrT tlm
wearing parts The Nit named desideratum Is
cliilnicd to b reallid 101 practical degree
which Ins hitherto lieon wanting In any 01 the
airauKiiiiionts Introduced the purpose
urlOI
An Interesting fact Is noted In connection
with much ot the architectural work of the day
namely the increasing use of vine end sheet
and plate Iron and tool for ornamentation
largely taking thin place of plaster and wood
for cornices window dro < alnKs mansard and
other roofs tlornors and flnlslilugs these lat
ten truing nd upon brackets to the walls rr
nlliorANe I securrd to thin structure In Alls
tinlln notably In Sidney duo has for
> omo time past been omploved for ornamen
tat ceilings oua of this kind on a somewhat
large nemo having not bug sluoo been used
In tho construction nl a hotel dlnlogliall In
Hklnoy und uhlcb for richness of oroamcnta
lion and beauty of design I said to be un
failed tho ceillnc ns doscrlbed being dl
titloil Into fifteen deep and rich panels The
chliif advantages nllered of a rlno ceiling are
that It I can le coon fixed without dirt anill Is a
cnmrmratlxcly light material peculiarly
adapted to Internal employment the metal
can be moulded Into panels or color nnd al
lied In large pieces and the material decora
ted or alf and moulded zlno cornices can b
flied In situ
A writer In the American MatMnitt refer
ring to the corrosion of boilers resulting In the
formation of deep furrows parallel and close
to the seams asserts that In nearly every case
this furrowing occurs under the water line
and in horizontal boilers with lap joint Ibe
grooves being also deepest along the horizon
tal seams the chief cause of this urronlng be
ing probably a chemical action as It is known
not to occur with all kinds of water the phe
nomenon rarely occurring above the water
line Hut this chemical action is declared
lne accelerated by a mechanical action which
tends to change the form of tho Mn11
of the boiler bonding or springing the plates
alone the connie but this bending of the
plates may break off the I incrustation or even
Iho outdlile of the scale Itseli thus continu
ously exposing nfienh cunImloe of the metal to
the chemical action of the water I Is also re
marked by this writer that the mechanical
action In question may be ttiio to the con
stantly occurring variation of the pressure as
Ileum Is I made or blown off or It may be pro
duced by the changes which take place In t r
periture and If this chnnsoot lorn goes on
cont nunlly even though but a sllgbtdeciee
along hl saint line the mechanical action of
Itself alone must Dually produce rupture
Tho now nnd Ingenious method of manu
facturing netting by Kittling and expanding
cheat metal lecontly originated by an English
Inventor Is likely to revolutionize that indus
try In this process a locullar machine Is
employed which so operates on a sheet or
strip ot metal as to slash It at Intervals In par
allel lines so a to leave I uncut spaces which
serve to maintain the connection between the
strands produced by the act of slasblngtha
movement being such as makes It possible
tn transform tho sheet or strip of metal Into a
flnlshod article at ono operation to which fact
Is duo the peculiar value of tho Invent on In a
word the novel and remarkable result Is pro
duced by the simultaneous act of alasulne
and opening or expanding the sheet at the
slashes leaving uncut Hpaces and giving
uniform design and set to the metal
forming Ibo moshos Any homogeneous
metal such as steel copper brass
Ac can be employed The machine
automatically feed 0 strip of steel be
tween their cutters which simultaneously
slash and expand the metal Ito meshes these
etrl8 may ho ofauy widtb from one to eight
Inches or wider the ratio of expansion being
oXJlnslon
determined by the size of the inenh Thus u
strip of steel seven Inches wide by nine met
long made Into threoelghtlislncb niosh for
lathing give us 1 result n sheet 01 finIshed
product eighteen Inches wide and about live
per cent shorter than the original strip where
as A strip of motal six Inches wide and nine
feet long made Into 0 fourInch mesh for
fencing wives na A result A stient with the
dimensions of four loot wide by eight feet lone
I M Tar a photo rauber of Vienna Aus
tria has for some time successfully practised
at hU photographic urt nrmtlng and engraving
establishment the wet orthoihrornatlc proc
ess Ttao main points In this method arc the
dissolving of 22 grams of cosine In 20 c c of
alcohol of 03 percent then fortyfive grams of
radmlum bromide after nhlch the solution Is
filtered and 230 o c of sulphuric ether added
and finally the whole Is with repeated shak
ing nd > led to 1 nuOc 0 nt 2 per cent polo
dion The neusltlrlng solution consists of
water silver nltiata and cono nitric
add In certain proportions In thin solution
the plates ate nlioned lo remain until tlm
dim bal acquired 1 food denlly which Is
about ten minutes Such plate being hIghly
yellowsvrsltlve yellow light must necessarily
IMJ avoided In the dark room The < xpo ure
must be Increased for about onehalf of that
required In the ciise ot oidlnxiy wet collodion
plates After exposure the plate dIrectly
dfecpe with an Iron developer consisting
In due purls of water sulphate of iron alco
hol and Hiiltihtirioaeld the Imago comes out
quickly the deposit being produced at lbs end
of the development and disappearing I the
plate Is miniolcntly rlnsod TIme plate Is llnai
ly as usual filed In 1 concentrated solution
of biLl anti washed
Among the methods iesortml to at the paper
mills to determine the special cbarrotorlstlcs
and qualities desired mKrci > coiiical examina
tion performs at pro el an important part a
nininifylng power ono bundled and fifty to
tbr e liuidrod dlamcloissuniclng tor thin pur
pose thus colorIng time PH ar with 1 solu
tion of iodine a yhlow i oloratlnn shows tho
presence ofwood low a brown coioritlon that
at linen otto or tlax lund no coloration lat
of Cfllulos The slmie thickness of imports
ascertained cither by muasuiluK the Ililclnom
of 1 certain number ot sheets 01 by I taking
that of a single hol by uivaii of a mi
cromMoi tho paper being nliued between two
rules OMD fixed timid the oilier movable utini
tll
its it pointer shnnlnu the thlclni of tho
psrnr 11 1 on 11 dial In order to test tbo resistance
df pipsr t the most Mtrl < > < l mechanical Hear it
IPH
Is crumpled iind kneaded thoroughly be
tween the liindi Alter such lieaiinunt a
went ruttier > will bo full of holes and a strong
littler will assume 1 leather teturc The test
alto KCB a rough Insight Into tho composition
nl I a paper much dust NhnwiliE the presence ot
earthy Impurltlea while breaking up of paper
d n Ofln vrAoa t
per lent of ash i shows the presume or clay
kaolin hOI spar gypsum Ac n
An Ingenious ftoi motion for carding an
glues > a H cent mention Ihe shaft of the
upper calender roller is 1 to thin arrangement
prolonged bob onJ Its boarinu for a short dis
tance and 1 worm united to the tumid and gear
log Into a worm wheel mounted on a stud at
tached to 1 biacket on luau traming the wheel 1
IIKO having afllxid to lIt fane a pin which en
gages with nlrvertho 1 latter In tuin acting upon
wih Ictl
OHM end ot aimtuer lunr Tlm other und of this
hat namid lover IH bent In such ainunnerasto
lines sunder u catch iloel I tuimesldeof Iho
duller lover the latter icIng supported In
working position by lie catch When the silver
Is panslni through tile calender rolls at thus
proper Dili t kjifs HIM t worm on the upper cal
ender shall IH hold out of contact with the
I
worm wliiul On the other hand when it lie
eomus too linn or Is entirely absent tho worm
oru UIO nlrlv
falls Into gear mind totuten thn worm wheel
thus mnvlnu tho luverH atOiit their centres re
leasing tbo catch attached 10 the duller leer
and stopping the engine
For the more accurate communication of
orders on board German navy vessels a do
vice has born Introduced which enables on offi
cer of the watch to Intantly Inform himself If
the orders given tn the ouclnxer and helms
man have been understood and obeyed This
contrivance conrlsilngofadlalbearlnglndlca
tlonx relathe to the speed and handling of the
1lp la placed upon the brldfo badlni dlrnc
Ieo transmitted ttiiegraptrlcaily
lions us given Crlnn tlled lularlphlclly
to the engineer who by the execution of them
causes the hand upon the dbl to point sue
cpslvely to Ih Indications of thn movumcns
made A similar aranceraont lute the oRlcer
Imiar nrnirmont
In communication with the helmsman
The Interesting fact Is recalled by a recent
writer that whon Sir Jobn Her uliel was do
tending time claims a astronomical science In
view of an error of penny 4 OJOOOO miles In
estimating the loins dlsiaic the correction
wa shown lo apply to an eiror of f observat on
really a mal us to be ijnnnent 10 the IJ
parent breadth of a human luir at 4 distance i
of 121 fut
o
OUllrZONI nOM SPY KEADIOIS
I WnlT I < i fee lnlb story At Charlotte Tess
pl T 2 Mown the crtHur ot UiumlBaUnx gas ssu
areS HIIIKK
I Charlotte ItanUy member of lb family ot th
Rarls ot Derby was perundtd by Col John Montrno
to become his mIstress ti > 4 sail with Mm to Ibis country
In 1774 tIe abandoned her In this city and she died si
lit Old Tre lieu it rn and Doj r strttts soon af
terward when only ID I yes r old Ih was buried In
Trinity Chnrebyard br ham and the arms ot lb
Cltnlty family btlnic enarstet her
Blalle tAml trrand en tombiion la
ITOUMrs Soianaa non an act n ana anlhorM
wrote a notti Charlotte Teuzri i a Tab ot Truth
Iolnlhut ryef Charlotte Stanley MontreTtll la
th book Is I Col MoaUMor wbe was 1 relative et the
writer ot the bok Fern tlmehthurafter the name
Temple was ubitltat J for that at Biaalay entk
iravtston I Tit gtt punt tateath the miter
through a doubt btllows havlac teurchambrnl the
bellows openle and hnlllnir us the gal passes threugh
work lr rs that set In motion lb Indn that witters
the oninbtr of feel that pesos throufb th miter
Was Andrw Johnionjmptacbid t t B I M
Tie h was sail bahig tried he was aiqnllted The
evils man Soul ba anows that lidletmtnt deemS
Intan conrlollon thinks or believes for b tfoMnt
think anything about Itlbat Impiachmsnl Is the sam
ai conviction I hall It amounts to au lndctmtnt I
only incIsed ot being found by a Grand Jury It I i fount
by oni haul ot ConiriM or the I Ulaturi Insitad ol
bOo for a felony It II rot a high ethos and mild
meaner n instead of blne tried J Jndfnd tory
II la trlrd by the ChUt Juitlc et the united Stain sal
thus Bend It or by lure < nlt Jmtlo of the Stale and
tha Other hours of the LIIIu l l And Just at ames
Indloltd ro a crlmt may b aointiud 10 Andrew
Johnson impeached for I high crime wag aoQultttd
What art ft national Dower of Reeds Anitrl
Spain and Scandinavia > AxOn
we don think thy bar any Abroad th national
towers are thou Idtnllfltd with the sovsriignand l his
family Thus Ihe national flowtr of France was the
violet darlni th mplri but thin ii I aoiiptelat na
tional flowtr now In favor Th flowtrot Knuland U
the rot of Scotland th thistle end et Ireland lh
I a S
uuwruuia
the old Bmptror favorlt itowep was tb bin corn
Bowr o Wi think that th countries yon name ar
without national Oowra
I flow many th atrn art ihtrCla Ktw Teeth S
rloir inanr In ixindou S la which If these citIes Is I
ream mat tut most Talnablai London Nw York lIeu
ImurutT DACoBiar dot
1 ThIrty Inolnitlnc int varttty theatres or vnd
vllle SI they prefer to be c lltd and three ate build
Ing 2 forty nln Including nly th better rra ot
moult hustle a Wi thInk that small pIeces of land la
tills city bat hremight higher prices than similar small
plies In London
will you pltai torxtit a remedy for iht prtrtnllon
nf olsttrn drinkltu wntr becoming Impart t Th par
ticular clitrrn U 1 about lu teat deep e lit In dlamir
and U bricked and cm ntcd Crown
Cleaning your oltttrn leaving II epa to th air wilts
such covering u will prevent surface dirt from blowing
Into itt dumping a barrel or so of charooal Into U mak
InffUshalloweror Increasing Its aria and not It dplht
each and aU of ibes proceeding will help you to some
item lint we think that Or frudden book Drink
hut Water Sow York city 1 r futnama Sons 73
ClOts will glr you farther advise and better
What title do officers and enlllted men inthe army
get from private upT J J b
Privates ban na mite Corporal and Sergeants ire
addreuedby the title of tbtlr grades antlered men
call Llutenantt by the till of tbelnrank wall other
other offloers adOrns them a muter Captains and
Majors are addrieed br the title ot heIr ranks while
Lieutenant Colonele are addressed by th title of th
rank next ahoy theirs that of Colon Colonel are
addressed by lIt title of their rank while Brigadier
Ueneratt and UaJorOeuerals are addressed as Qeneral
Did aarlbaldl rr keep a tavern In Cincinnati t The
fftuvtittif ihrontfln an English nwpaper bat a tale
that he did and lhatbf tit euarltr sat charming
Trrotltm he attracted much custom and mule 5iwO
all thli In IS 17 it JOCM
In ltt14 Garibaldi wasexlled from Italy the next four
teen years he spent principally In South America II
came lo this country In tu for the nrst lime Tbli U
one ot the stories about America thcceptablllly of
which to the English of all olaiee make th spread ot
education In England so Important
Is a minister compelte I br law to marrrany eoupl
who swear tliey are ot age and unmarried r 43 Micv
na Apriio me omin uaiaoiio vourcn win DOC
marry two rroiestanta he wont marrr even a Roman
Catholic and a Protestant unleie they bar adlspeoiv
tlon from the Roman Catholic authorities Etrlot
churchmen of oUter chnrch will not marry persona
whom they dont know personally or those who dont
bring Introductions or some sort A woman Isof age
to marry at ID In this Bust
1 Who Is the greauit living tragedian t 2 Whloh Is I
Ooothsbettliaketpaarlanoharactari a Which it the
rrraieit of Sbakeeiiear playat 4 In which on U
the hrarleit acting t B ADJXS
I Sow that Barry Sulllraa Is dead Booth or Irving
or lieu or MaUlnl or Ioitart or Barney U all de
pends 2 hamlet Is Certainty bis most famous part 3
Ve dont think that any one of authority hu decided
4 I In the two parts of Henry IV and the Merry Wives
FalsuSs In em all three
The RaInbow which M B M withes to dad ran
thus In the second rerse
I think at Im gazing those color to mark
How uer the one mountain where retted the ark
The tared from the deluge with womlerlBg Ye
Beheld the nrttralnbow burst over the sky
CuosvtOh sine ot the rainbow the rainbow the
rainbow
Oh tine of the rainbow the prom of
Uod on high II F a
Evidently II K lii tong it a Sunday school hymni
but F C MeL writes that a poem called The Rain
bow appeared In Ilcrponta Fifth Header which
was coed In educe about fortyflr yr ago and
another corretpondcnt rtftrl ns to Standard lleclta
dons No a Sew York M J Scars A Co and there
we flail It on pat A This second Rainbow Is not a
Sunday school hymn
Is West Point on the right or left bank ofthe
hudson s
On the right beak TIme bank ot a river are right and
eft looking toward Us mouth buppcse you started out
with tIme very Oral ware that flowed from Lake Tear of
the Clouds to make what we know as th Hudson
heredb no doubt In your mind at lo which was the
right bank of the river at you wtnt along to gtog
tplien take the tarn view that yen would take
What country ha the protectorate over Zanilfear
1 I
Great Britain that le Zanslbar ii I uider tbs Influ
nee of Ihe Imperial British Kate Africa Company
enalii pant of tIle mainland of Afrlcatine claimed
ty Zanilbar are under German protection but the
actual tiroteetton of any part of the actual Zanilbar us
BritUb
What It difference In the meaning of the words
Jaw and Hebrew u M II
The popular difference nowadays Ii I that Jew Implies
a certain contempt probably because of time verb
which has been formad from th wordwhile llbrw
iloei n it Hut hltlurlcaly though authorttlt illKer
the < ll > tluctlonseemtto be thai Hebrew ezproies the
race while Jew ar IsraelIS aiprcites Ih religion
When and where Waa the A ret tbet of Ibe clrlt war
fired r JtiktKiuH
At Charleston Jan e Ml I when the steamer aitr of
time West with protflont for Fort Sun ter WM fired on
from tin South Carolina torts on Metric Island SIms
Wa driven back lo tea
I Wl ere can I net a lIcense pilot i Where la time
rail slid whIte itiIm light domeD he arbor I which oars
betten from the llatter P ft H
I Apply to lIme Lord of Lot Commlttloneri whose
oDIc In at V4 Stats rtrect J i Al Sort Tnnu > Vln au
outwork of Fort nJtworib on siaten Itland
Is the sliver pound slerllnv tIm measure of value In
Great Hrliaml I THIIIK
There Ik no sliver pound sterling In OneS Mrltaln
Originally Ih pound wan a pound of silver now II
weighs I J3 27447 griloa of which I la ixiltt ar pure gold
Can Hancock btcrtdlUiJ with the victory ai neltys
burg w airaem
As much u any one II advIsed Mead to fight at
lettysburg commanded the left wing was wounded
and drove the Cinfemieretes back Neale thanked blue
011 the field for what he had don
If a man It born Feb 1 1 Itll how old la he oq Yeb
14 IBiii hour of bIrth not tJ be uontldereli a J 0
and II K
Forty rears and 005 day
Hrattrr Tiitt bat been In Africa erer sine It opened
butlueis we bar Slot heard of any femoral
W r BrMniUoA For Information about pensions ap
ply to th Commltsluuer of Iemleni Waehlnglon U U
J r J Anen Mill Ip II Sheridan died a Iloman
Catholic there Is no doubt whaterer u to bts religion
A P I 1Ton nay be able to obtain th Coinage and
Currency Law of time United Stares from Ih Btor
tary ot the Treasury
B i Jlamnsl 5 Cox Tiled against the t Salary
Oral and did not keep lbs money to which under that
law he wa entitled
Oldjftu rcrktrAt HI Lotss Hospital fifty fourth
Street end fifth avenue ronsumpllr patients were
treated with Kochs lymph
lull rotms three greatest Oentralt In the civIl war
are oonsldrd to be Lee I Sherman ana UcClclla 2
Ksclandre It I a French word for scandal used by torn
English wrIters It couttt from tb Latin icantnlum
Greet Ljndzlous trap prooabty lh spring a trap
CompromIse
mm SAc nu MM Ci bn
A Vw Tort helreta with an Income ofltOIYSI a yeer
Ii stout to marry the head waller at the hotel wore
tb > > Urea lie probably thinks this more cnomloal
Uiau ilppliu him
nvssiAtf xerrs AND nxm
TtieMrverteef the Russian Insurant empaat forth
year twoebow large deHrlts In oonseQntne nf She fir
thai raged hi every part of mire empire lat summer
llfflelal InrMllgtllon preyed that more than onethird
of thoee Ores wac tire wart ot Incendiaries The oom
pany Sloshes In coniequenc ot a union ot 2HOOO
rubles ha become shaky and would colltpt If the
ethic Russian companies Ola not come to Its aitlitano
Measures will toon be enacltd to prevent Incendiarism
or at lesst lo mike It unprofitable lo tire mlicreatiie
Hay S wa the centennial annlverurr of the Pellet
Contlllntlon granted by Alexander I ot Itnila Ac
cording n that Constitution Poland wa to he perfectly
Independent In time managemeat other Internal affair
At the approah ot the centennial day lamphUts and
circulars were distributed in all the large titles of fo
land to arouse K national sentiment among the
roles All lb ettoris Of the police could not dltcore
the place whine these publications Issued or the per
one who tcattered them broadcast In the pobllo
thoroughfare One of the police agents who had gen
out In print eltltena clothes In search of tIme dlsstml
haters of the Insurrectionary pnniphlett found In his
pocket an elegant char case on which the PolIsh eagle
and flag were tmboned and which wa lined with
elgtrs wrapped In lh very elrcnlart be wn contmt
stoned lo tuppmi Time cigars however contained
nothing that mIght b lujurlou lo lIe tmoker
emtMaiitn of BU r tertbu > if Prlnc teitehrktyi
organ contains Ihe following hoik stateliest For every
hun8r cltlrent there artilu Runila in volnmiti In
Orett Hrltalo H rolometi In Auttrla Ito In Iltlglum
Kk4t In Italy 117 In I ranee I This shows says
tlinllhieneil dlorlht Kutsiahas th right lo last
eight times as long as Crane llrnrrn brunt tth Italic
are In the original tmt Ruble Should Mlwatn Hand As
lowil In all the aspect ot education
The Rntslanlsallon ot Finland Is carrIed on very
ncrgellcally A law will soon bs promulgated making
It obligatory fr all officers of tIme Internal adrotnlitra
tlon She nolle the illsirlrt courSe and the smpioyeeg
rf the poet 11ctt and time railroad throughout Fin
land to know the Human language The Lutbiran
clergy howerer will b exempted from thai law the
xuowieag or ntnuian win not te obligatory on them
TIre territory ot Braoleatk was the field of many
battles lu the intddl age and contain many trtaeur
which the Slav the Poles and the Tartars ooneealed
In time ground Quit recently ancient coins ammu
nition and other ertlclei have been found tn the ground
In rarlou dace ot that Government In many an old
family paper rowfuy are preserved In which descrip
tions of plac e are given where treasure are coccialed
and inch capere are sought and often purchased at
high price by Ireatnre hunter Often however the
searck result In dliappolntment and the money
paid for the r iptn Is I thrown away A landowner ot
Bmolentk hat recently found a ratiitti which pointed
out a treasure liurltd In his own lands It traced
the spot over k rocky and neglected piece ot
ground through a ravine up to a big rock It
described with accuracy the place whir the
dlgilng should be don At a certain depth another
rock wai to be found and the treasure ot gold and sil
ver coins Jwlry and other valuables was to be die
corered btneitli It The document beirlnr Ibe Imprint
of genuine antiquity Imprftitd the owner with belief In
lit content and when he had fonndlhatthatlrtt trace
to the coveted spot were correctly given be was en
couraged lo continue the search He engaged men to
dig In the designated placo At the depth described In
the paper a rock was really found beneath the one
which was on the turf ace Her tbe happy owner
ceased to doubt that hit search would be lucctiifuL
But tli rocks were too big to be removed by manuel
labor Th gentleman procured the permission to bin
them Whrn the rocks were cleared other tricee de
scrlbed In the paper were founds horseshoe and a
plus etiuc withtwo rids In It but the treasure itself
was never found and the money and cbs labor pent la
seeking for It wr lost
In the very centre of Febsstotml a ntphthi spring
dltcovered In tIme following manner for many
year a spring of dirty water ran from the house ot a
certain M Korotneffand caused the proprietor much
trouble At time the spring would cover the best street
In the city the Nakhlmotkly 1roipect with mud Of
late the sprimug has become a nubIle nuIsance and the
cIty anthorltle compelled M Korotneff to build a small
retervolr around It and to lead off time muddy cob
stance by ttwrr pipit Hut at soon at Ibis was don It
was Utcovered that the substance In the new reservoir
was purr naphtha And yet says the Oleita UKot
reporting Ibis cat forth last three month tine
the dIscovery was mule nothing lisa been don to
nilllte tbl waiting treasure and what might be a
source wealth continue merely as a cant of nmuls
anc to the proprietor and to the whole neighborhood
fforoye rrtmna It tnfortntd that tb educated Tartar
of the Crimea and In the Caucatna are agitating fn
favor of the Turkish Oovtrnmint In thtlr religious pub
Icatlon PermIssion having been granted them to pub
lists llohammedan periodicals for the Information anti
religious elevation ot their fellow believers theyuk
advanlag1 of It inC fubllih article calculated to
arena among the readers a sympathy for the Ottoman
empire The Intensely patriotic Nmor Vnmita Is el
remelr dltplesed with the censor ot the press because
be hit overlooked thIs circumstance Should the cen
sor now make effort to suppress this dangerous
agitation he will nod Insurmonntabl difficult to
contend with Fomof th antMtnulan and proOtto
man political thoughtsof the Tartar cress have become
so familiar with tlis readers that a mere hint In the
guts of a religions phrase or a quotation from the
Koran may convert world of meaning to the Initiated
and apptir quit Innocent to the outsider Nothing less
ban suppression of all tbt Tartar publications can
remedy the evil
A stock company has been formed In St Petersburg
to buy large tracts ot land In Caucaela on the coast of
the Black bta for the cultivation of tea Trials have
been mid at varIous points In cultivating the tea plant
sum bar been successful It was proved beyond per
aaventnr that cbs belt qualities of tea can be railed In
hat region Mow the new company will pnrchtt land
available for the purpose and In the mean time they
hive lent their agent experienced and scholarly agronomist
ronomist to China to study the cultivation of the aro
matic plant and to procure ssttlug for tblr lands of
the beet kind
Twelve Rtnndlsts eleven men and a woman win ao
cuteij before tee Eighth District Court of Kiev of In
dulging lu their heretical religious eiercltta The
testimony against them showed that early In the winter
he polIce had warned thm not to bold any more Inset
lags They were at the tIme required to sign a promise
hat they would not assemble again butt out March 18
nformatlon was received In tbe precinct bureau that
hey had assembled for religious exercises at the house
of ths peisant Ettpban FtkanofL The Captain with
a poise of policemen raided the place ftc fund
Sue room lighted with a number of candles and
amot and about twenty neriotio tn n ami vnm n
itting around On a > table before then wa a
law Tettameat and a psalm book In the Ruuilao
aumag Upon lbs question by Ih Captain what they
were doing ther answered that they were reading
the Word ot Uod Twelve of the company were ar
rested SIte rest tcaped Sitar the eonrt they
onfetsta that they had ben praying to
the LnrJ Almighty and tinging Ills pralsn
for nn oust turn lo Hint aa children
turn to their father Invoking Ills goodness and grace
amid thanking Him for Ills mercy They bad had a
pauSe named XeminVynkoir who was now serving
hi time In the Kiev pr eon convicted of propagating
tIme doctrmer of ctnndliui tine hit Incarceration the
piaunt PILanorf who ran rad sal explain tIle Word
of Mod acted as minuter Tlie district Judge fined them
40 rubles men Indcfjill of which hey should serve
two inunll lu rlamci > Oime of Ibem would pay
tma rifle Hie inam i oTervd to pay She Oni
of ibn woman but the refuted to accept U
and sill < l II at tlie would rather tubject herself to time
lam irmli vlilrh ler fellow f believers have lo bear
Utlmnriiot Moscow reporting Ilili rat loses Iti tem
per lu coniemilaiKn of mch Ililuge htppenlng among
lenutne Mats 1 imere was not aforcUneraiuoag the
coin lets nor did any uf heui make an eflorl to deny or
to tplaln awav Ills liereiy Tills Is i luipl rrolsng I
excUlmt the ortiudoc pat > er
Rlrh Invert of lapin lurnll title been illicnvered In
tainarkand near time tfiirtenf tlie riser Xeriasiisn tiy
the rllUg uf lsitiu Time sample presented to tl
Uuvernor of Annan And nelxlii atiout Otis noel t40
pountsi and Isof raroteiuty I and purity ef coot
Korclcii Notr of Kent Iiilrrrvi
flerraauys postal service hat grown amuiliigly In tb
Ian eighteen years Uetween H7I smut Ivui tin num
ber of letieri ID forelun countries IncrniOl Irons 4j
U i Ki oum 1411410111 I of letters I from furtlgn come iris
from IVMiuO to IJMi iui of rlrcti of dumtsilo
will from 4IJO > Miimi ID 2 Jliliej itt m of packages
and DIsney orders from tnnn 10 lluioiuw lu
IKHI Hi7alo11claU were In time poital nrrvlce which
lucludd JlliM ntlou maliKt 4 tutu In loll l Letter
carriers gu to lime inost rnote mouniln mute al least
one dally and In all citmea there It 4 Sunday delherr
A bill lo abulltli ItaclieorliOiJ amoiu Mute otnclali
will Ce haIti before the Uerman rtelctittashortly The
explanatory and argumniallr motlvr tucli at ao
comnanlei all blllt before the Iarllamtiit In llerlm will
be In lint ca e iuuti nally is lollouti In tbt mir >
ettof unmarried wntain Hit boternnitnl It undirobll
gitlont ti < tale unesa i irrt lor the tnpprrulon of
baclielorliooil especially Ii flew of time fact that
Uermsn women are nl ailinltt i to places In the
dipsytumuents which war furman open Ii them The
princlpue of tim uteeasary macclara iew inset be that
suer citlcial mt ceriammi cudse nimit nuarry or sactimir
onptommrth or lii satan anal eli him iiummse mmner Tim
money tumiecrel by ills I utiion at time pafleilles
shuuid ie iiil S Ieuaaumm tori I 0 aimniartlel hugh
len 1 ulariimneimt uilmats An uopliou In lbs rue
iniubu beamed lii lime aas uf umrcllo ii I Imal parent
or aieirs tt ammtiiort Titus uflamu tOltil b wooll
vutmerwla rmsmml tommie cc wtsld ha crd for anti
their alias In lute wout i I reseleti wumml io malay wmmo
found no cutanee in rnsrry a cnfortaime aideg would
be aoumured TI agitaulsn In faur ot mOle masseur Is
led by a herr i tgner anti It nlped I along hi several
t ciil sot women herds Uuulch sod frauklori
i a
torn or rug ron rnrnzrrARD1L
Hk > He M Prlr ntit Aol Xtsei tk
Dlckejui IB Cblnnlown
BIN rnNcisco Hay 4Sarah Bornhardt has
been having the liveliest time during her short
stay In this city of all her American expert
rnccs If abe bad sold tickets to her perform
ancos ofT the stage she would have made more
money than her managers withered Into tb
box office For Sarah has not had to depend
on her own fertile Imagination alone to think
unusual and etrlklnR things to do She isas
been aided and abottod throughout by Bam
Davis ot Carson Nevada who edits the most
wildly original pqpor In tno whole United
Htntp < SItU con think of more practical Joke
Invent more aroie qun notions and set forth
morj droll ana unctuous ideas than any other
man of hit weight this sldnof the Atlantic
Mrs Lanetri had nn experience once with
this same ban Davis bha wanted to buy some
land In CarsonIt WAS during liii mania for
Imuting real estate of some kind whernversh
lilayod and bo olTered to Boll part ot his case
brush ranch not because be wanted to net rid
of It ho told her but because tin wanted to
treat liar well Then tho stage tall founded
und she rushed oil to play the statue scene In
diilatna tnlllne him to have a map made ol
Ibm laud lie mads a rough charcoal sketch
and hold It up lu the wines while sho posed as
the slotiib Then hu called out to flak In a
stage whIsper
This Is hue fortyI told you about If you
don t want It shake your bond ito waited a
moment and then added Hold He hold the
nctriM to the bargain but made nmonils to
her aftoiward 1w l dlacoorliitt diver on her
landin the An oolnted Irnssilespatchns
Davis was Bent to moot tho llernhnrdt train
In Nuiadu by u Gun Fnmdsco newspaper and
atniirnh hnppf tied to bo In hluh spirits they
had a voty jolly time lam taught her the
cowboy toll and the Indian nivrwuoop antI
whenever tummy paxtoml tliroiiuh ntnwn Sarah
stood on the back platform nnd alutad It with
n ringing shout whIch miidn the ntartledtn
habitants think that all the IJittiR in the Stats
wore nboilt to snoop down on them Occasion
ally they varied the monotony ot things by to
IUK Into the car occupied by the other mum
hers of her company and eottlnc up a sham
battle with hlantiltu d
In Kan Irnnclsco Davis cot up a sparring
match for her benefit It mi chon In a sane
and dance hall niter her llrst Cleopatra per
lormanco and llornhnrdt and a tow members
of her comtmanr together with some Invited
guests viewed tlio utlalr from the wlnlM The
bouse had been cleared and behind a drawn
curtain Ulllou and Bwoney1 two local light
weights strutted and fought with a full up
proclntloti of the honor of the occasion They
pummelled ouch other in Rood earnest and
were soon wall splashed with blood Then
one of the ladles of the Dornhardt company
fainted and had to bo carried nut bodily
Mrno Bnrah watched the fIght with breath <
less Interest her eye sparkling and Len
bands nervously clutching her dross It would
bao tioen evident from the expression of her
face and liciirothat she understood the science
that was being exemplified for bur benefit and
BDpfoulatcd all the points even It she bad not
told ODD sittIng near her that she bad seen
many many tIghts Mho trot highly ojoltod
over the ountestAnd finally had to leave before
It was over because It made her heart beat
so fiist
Uornhnrdt went through Chinatown ot
Course and gate a performance at the Chinese
tbeatrn which those who saw wouldnt have
missed for HOO a seat In the course of her
wanderings through Chinatown she found the
leading man of ono ot the theatres and told
aim she wanted an encasement They arauDii
and dickered over the terms for n courier of
on hour she demanding 60 per cent and the
Mongol refusing to pay more than 40 per cent
They jabbered away oho In French and he la
Chinese In the most serious and excited way
everything each one said having to be trans
listed by two Interpreters before it was under
stood by the other The pantomime acting
and byplay of the Chinaman ware almost
equal to her own and delighted her si much
that she clapped her hands enthusiastically
and demanded of bar leading man
tt by cant you be as natural as that
They finally compromUvd at 4G per cent
and Harsh was shown tn her dressing room
wbonco she soon emerged In Celestial robes
Then she refused f > begin unless she had her
money In ndvanco i la Paul she expressed
It bo a oollectlon was taken up which
amounted to UJ cents Her 45 per cent wan
landed to her and the announced that sho was
randy for the orcbestra to begin When the
Chinaman explained that the orchestra van
scattered around through a dozen or en opium
elena she said It didnt matter that she would
Ue her nwn orchestra
sue hail heard the orchestra several yean
Before when she was Mm here and the ex
ilbltlon sbelmmodlatsly of her powers
of memory and mimicry was simply wonder
jul tube opened her mouth and let forth a
volume nf sound that Imitated to the life the
walling jumbled music and wheezy halting
passages of a Chinese orchestra and mad the
two or three Chinamen present hold their i
sides with laughter while their eyes stuck one
with wonder Then she sent the house into
convulsions with a Chinese dance keeping up
the orchestra ut tho same time Even tha
members of her company accustomed as they
are to her freaks and antics screamed With
delight stamped and clapped their bonds
Then she seized a big sword swung it
around her head and made for the Chinese
leading man lien eyes gleamed and she
mode such furious pantomlne that he shranic
back a little In actual fear She made ono
jound toward him like a tigress and lot out
such howl ot race that no fell backward
among the props in abject terror
After the performance she went all through
the quarter penetrating to all the dirtiest
vilest and most lllRmelllne corners and In
sisting upon being taken Into every bole from
which came a worse assortment of odors than
usual bbo bought a couple ot highbinders
cutlasses presented one to her leading man
and herself nourished the other In the
taco of every Chinaman abs mot bhe darted
ip dark alleys a dozen yards ahead of any on
else even of ttiennldes she tucked up her
skirts and slid down into stinking dives
from which everyone else foil back calling to
hem gleefully to come ou it was a lovely
place and altogether led the party snob a
merry dance that even the men were tired out
and boning sbe would desist long before abs
consented to forego any further explorations
And even then she seemed as tireless fresh
and Interested as when they first started out i
It wits nearly lathe morning she had given
a performance that evening and had to give
two the next day But she wasnt ready to aol i
homo even then and Insisted upon being takoa
through one of the newspaper offices rib
did the whole office from press to composing I
com explored every earner went through
every room and had everything In the whole
building explained to her She wept over thai I
Wages of the printers declaring In tearful
and broken English that It was too belle too
teethe went Into ecstaeles of admiration over
he herculean figure of one of the sterejotypcn
and made one of the reporters who WM pre
sented to her happy for the rest nt his life br
delightedly calling her leading lady to observe
its strong ralsongblongs to Shakespeare
LOTEJtS KOI SEPARATED HT JDJE42ZIV
A Fktbette Story of a Yannc New Tork s >
mm4 His Sweetheart
mm toe JPtnver Beputtlcan
Mrs White the handsome widow of Harry
White who was for a number of years AesUU
ant Juarlermaster at Fort I > A Russell an
hoyenno Wyoming came to this city about
four ytars ago tiubsequcntly she became Ini
erosted lu the management of tho fit James
Annex About a year ago there arrived izI I
Jonvor a yiuuK niftu from Now York who was
lit delicate health and had come tp Col
rudo to recuperate His name was Trllllnm
tooroe Mrs White though subject to aa
ailllctlug disease neuralgia of the heart was
luvertbelose a very attractive woman and
tonme whit bad taken apartments at the An
nex becamo irreatly infatuated Hopes ot
wlntiluk her affection lent additional Incentive
Li him to net well >
In due course be learned that hula passion
was reciprocated and the happiness which this
nnwlouco gave him teas prpcootlbla In a
narked Improvement In health and spirits
ittut this did not last lone Already thelntixor
ibo enemy bad biro In Its grasp and fnmuent
lemorrhages warned bum of the danger of his
ondltloii iearini that be mluht not recover
uRlclemly to become the husband of the wo
man ho loved he called in Attorney Hunter
whodruw up his will fly this document ho
eiiueiithed to Mr > While bin entire property
which Included Home teal estate In hew York
und a ranch In lltiHholl county Kansas
Tills ices In February limo weather In Den
ad r semis Wet and bad and both Mrs u hit and
liar Invalid lover were unusually Ill Their
itiyslelan piescrlbed a chuu o of air and reo
minendel for Mr lloomn a higher altitude
Accompanied by n low friends they therefore
left Ion Idaho hrrlnun whore they took apart
nentu and tried ID enjoy tlio scenery ol the
noiintnliii Uut tlo eniiuBo did not have the
tsired etleit Its UhltnH neuralgia liocamo
lore iclont In its Hymploms nnd Air Iloonie
lit uacimimmg eoltl contructoa pneumonia Tha
doctor toM him that he could not recover and
dviKul him to tolocrapti lor IH father
This ivaa nu tlii evenlnir of April 1 and after
tho doctors dupnrturo lloome who though so
eilouily ill had refused to to to bed
tiphi tn the room of Ma aniiincid and In
ornied ber of tile condition J ho lady was quit
voreome by the Interview and the next morn
lou Him wn unable to rico About u P oclosk hec
breakfast WIts brought4o her bile she vat up
In led but as the tnivwas beingot before her
she suddenly clasped her band tn her heart and
loll oval upon lint side uncongdouH
JoomeM utiotiilon was attriioti lay the com
motion caused by her apparent fainting and
rising Irom his iou d uhoro ln > hud lain to down
tn rest lit mado his way tn her preenco For
titi minnloB he rnmalned thorn joining des
Perately titus etTortH that ivere being made
for her resuscitation All efforts were hope
boos lor dentil hnd been olmoit InBtantuneoun
vYIien It was known beyond iiucsilon that Chit
prnmlKed hrldo wag leally load Itoume re
turiiil aulotly to hIs own apartment and ly
log down upon his bod relnpHmi into a stupor
whlih ended only vvlili htn death which oo
cuirnd at i oclock l In this afternoon
flue young innii6 utopfaiber who Is a wealthy
Wall Mreet banker nrrlvet t a Jew days later
and hnd the remain of the losers shipped
Last where the > were Interred In one scat
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