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12 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY" OCTOBER 20 , 1890-SIXTEEN PAGES.
1518 AND 1520 HEYMAN & DE1CHES 1518-1520 Farnam i&Doiokes M fr , FARNAM ST. I IN * "We have just receiv Children's Caps Our Importation of ed notice of a shipment Tl-IEX to us of fine Parisian Chinese , Japanese In all the latest ALL THIS WEEK styles at remarkably NEW YORK Dress Patterns , having We Will Have the passed the New York markably low prices. and French Silk Pll (1T\ ( custom house. These NELLIE BLY Follow ! nor llLul dress patterns \vill in u all be probability on CAPS 39c etc. , , Made of black , smooth , wide exhibition Monday. wale , bound in braid and lined all through in stylish Here few BARGAINS Have in arc a come and plaid , GAINS in dress goods : we show an extra ON SALE : * Fine Double \Vidth \ ordinary All the Very Latest D Pine Line , THE BEST s ROUGH FRENCH DIA G OiVAL These Goods at very Styles in W At 20c LOW PRICES bound in braid , with vest , etc. , 54-inch Wide With reefer Collars , double-breast ' ' which cost all the world Ladies' Misses' ed , bound lu Velvet all through , over , for $13.50 , for Black Beaver Jacket * tailor- and Children's vest made and , triple reviers braid , bound with $7.75. Regular $12.SO. At50c. UNDER THE CRO WN OF ALL IS OUR OWN Wool , Merino and Equal to any market. $9.00 Jacket in the Black Camel's Hair FINE Balbriggan. Black Rough Diagonal Reefers with vest , tailor-made , bound Silk Vests , in braid , all bound in silk with inside At Free Trade Prices. Drawers and vest , and fine silk ornaments. Such a Jacket was never $150 $ He for JLOO. KID GLOVES known to sell for less than Combination Suits $17.50. Our price , Foster's Patent 7- $1751 $ * for $125. $ Come in and This is by far the most genteel . price hook Gloves in black and stylish jacket out this sea them , th ey are son , and nt least 55.00 belo\v $1.25 Arinurc for and colored worth while inspec regular price. I $ (00 Gros Grain SLOO- ting. 1518 AND 1520 ' f "I t J I FARNAM ST 0- HEYMAN & DEICHES , 1518-1520 Farnam THE LOUNGER IN THE LOBBY. Ecso Cloghlan nml Her Reminiscences of Old Wallaok Days. ATTRACTIONS FOR THE PRESENT WEEK. Mitslo.il mid Urnmntlo ItciiiM ol'Inter est to tlio Gicut Arm } ofUlicn.- ter-Gocrs 'J.1iiougliout tlio Country. For n considerable number of 3 oars Miss Hose Coghlnn lias occupied a foiomost pliico intlicrinUs of the dramatic piofesslon , by reason of her versatility , hop \aiicd taknU > and her beauty. .As a member of the famous "VViillnck stock company In tlio "good old times , " hho played a round ofpaitsxhlch noaotitss of her .XMIT has equaled , and nil her itnicrsomtlons wore palnstaKing , con scientious , deserving the most cat oful consid- ei.ition fiom both critic and public , Ibo 3 curs ot hoi stay at Wallach's ' afforded clic.it ro gocisnot only n chuuco to gain a iioxv and Kiicaful interpretation of the x'.iiicd Heroines of the di imatists , but to appreciate tlio orillhinrj , the changeful liiuuors anil tlio siulghtlj qualities of vvomitihood Every mood tint might elicit the nilinlrutlou of tlio nnlo sex. 01 mont the condemnation of her own , -VVHS portia > cd to an adinhing clientele. lly tlio Ihicnoss of her aitibtU ; and the sj m- uictiy of hoi personal excellencies , comedy on the stauo of tli.it thcitor put on hot * most pleasing shtno cjnotion expressed Its htioug- est ImigunKo atul xxit assumed its gives t BJI.llUlC When the tlnio ciimo for tlio dissolution of the company , which hud famished New lorkors \ \ 1th so inany charming evenings of pleasure , mid Mlsa ( Joghlan decided to tiiko itpou htibclf the liuidcns of a star , tlieio xvcio those who looted -\\ith 111-favoi upon her quitting New York Tor the ndinliatlou of the mud trltlo and a instio. nudloiuo IMxns Iricly mid tint nu tulentviis too great , her contention too suutlo , hei motliou too Jlnlshod for an ) iiudlenco thnt had nut known the iiliHiur education of the metropolis U'hllo it is true tint dining her life at x\allucu'sMlss \ Coghlan's ' llueatstiokr-s of ait Merogivetedwitluiquiilcieeognitlon , whtio there xvas nstiong magnetism between ttie > iilaj ors mill the spectators , and the aiubitio.i tow art ! a i-iuer dramatic ai t - \ \ us f ostoi od ami icwnrdcd t > j nn appreciation und lininedlato icspomo from the house , the management mm the press , still Mias Coghlaii has noiea- fcon to lament her uctlou In joining the uuihs of the stars. tt'ostern audiences nave been found. I doubt not , by Ml.ss Cogldan , to ho Just us dls- criminating , Just , as exacting as the people. vlio inado up the Wullnclc iiuilloiiccs n dozen , 3 cars ago , and ttnlr npnlmsQ has beou lust us sweet. Justus into\iiatmg But this by way of iiittoduilloii ? "lletl U'MI1 ' the most brlUhntofPcfj woniiigtons , the most dashing of Lady titiv biHUiUna , the most splrltid und beautiful licrulnoof old-Uinoooimily and modem emo tion , Jllss Coh'hltm , when Mho was lu Oiiuhu , lor no other reason thunthut ofauld ' laiiK " The con \ ersutlon vas , as you might cic- jiect , largelj rcralulscent , for no Avamuunow on the ttiiB-o possesses such nfuiul of Information mation about the sta o colourltios of the past quartci of n century us Uoso Uojihhn. "Iaa lust tlduUlng when , \ou cainoln , " said Mhs Coghlnn , "of tUo people who plaj od in 'London Acsuianco' In the famous produc tion of Ib7b nt A all.vek's ' Mr. Wnllnco played Dazzle ; C'h.xiles Couit- ley AMW takou by Huriy Montaituo ; S\r \ itnrccmtCourtloy nus Kruudly plujtdby John ( illbort ; Alax llarkunuyus \ In the Imads of clover John Brouirlinm ; Ilniry lleckot plui al M.ulc Meddle ; Uolly Spmkor was iinpersonntod by ( ii > ergo Floyd , uhllo Cool AMIS lu the hands of Mr. Ud\\Iu. -\mnnp the women , Klllo ( iurmau plnvcci 1'orUhilo \ thoGiiico llarkauny uasUs ( Hoalfuco ; I l > lay Hi Lady Oiiy Spanker , In it dozuu years nil theiuou , with the exception of Mr. J dv\iu , \rlio still plnys Cool in my company , nradaad ; the \voaieu are all living , "Hero Is a case u hero women show uioro vlhilitv tlnn men. Lester \Vnllach was in mindlo lifo when ho tllod Hairy Mon- tapuo , 'Beautiful Hariv' as ho xvn ? callud , ix as still n j cuing m.in xvhcn the messinKor came , .lolin Gilbert \\ii3 the eldest moinbor of the compinx * Dc.ir , Kind hearted , ncntlo John ( illbctt , UILIO is no personage on thoat.iKc toiluy x\ho i-an tuko Inn pi ice and fill It as ho did. The good old times dietl with him. " .loliu Brougham AMIS In the nilildioof lifo when death eamo to him , \\nsllairy Ucckot and Geoigo Floj d. "Madaino Ponisliw also n member of the compmy then , uluying old women , and today > on are nhuij a sure of Undinf ? her name on the hills of the Now York theaters xvbou big attractions uro on. little Geimon has ID- tiled fiom the footlights , but IVlUs Bonlfuce , I bellox'e , is still acting , but In xUmt company I cannot icc.ill. " Then E asked bar If she nntlclpatcil a 10- x'lvul of stoelt corai > auies to any gonci.d ex tent , and bur reply AN as chaiacteristio of the xxoiium. "Jfot ns long as people xvlll flock to sco fnrco comedies , xvhkli seemingly domlnato the staco to the exclusion of ovcivthing else When the public tiifs of the "Ling .UiitHes , " tlio ' "lin SoliJlcis" the Hi ass Monkeys , " the "Hustlcis , " tlio "City Directories , " and u thousand and ono other forms of variety cntu tninmeuts , then x.'o m.ij expect ai ex ix'.U of the stock s > stera , but not before. "AVhut nio my plnns for the futincl Well , If everything turns out as I anticipate I &h ill bo my own innnaKcr next season , my con- ti ict endliifi with Mi , PI ton oaily n"\t je.u My hiothci , Mr Chniles Cohl.ui , \\utiiif \ , ' mo anewcouiodyliich I shall produce it ono of the Noxv York thcntcis next May xvith the stiongest east that cun ho obtained " 1 have the outline of the piny and 1 think Itxlll bo HKO. Tlio situations aio new and the title is very c.iteby , but not Imxintr tlio nnnio coprighted I am not at libeity to Ul- vulgo It as jet. 'Iho Umiattors mo all Aineilcan , the scenes beiug located in Now Yoik ami the xvest. Should the play not bo a fto , then I will engage a llrst class conip.iny to do old Ungltsh comedies and ono 01 U\o Shnkospeaioan ) > lax s , "As You Like It" and "Much Ado About Nothing " Then the talk drif.tcd to her poisonal life , and Boiuctluni ? boiup said about her unfortu- n.itomnrilud life , I asked Miss CoRhlnn If she thought inirria o was a falluio. "Itceituinly in my case , " said she , xvitb u silvoiy laugh , "hut I can hiudly be- lli'xolt iHin all cases , in fact , it xvould rob llfo of mnnv chai ins If I thought It xva ? . Mr Kdgtily nnd Iara uasulted for each oilier. Ilehad llttlo incoininonlth the profusion , and \\hllolio acted as my iniinaRcr for two seasons , still ho disliked mj' continuing to act. Inlev of the fact that I had to Mip- Pv thlm as well as injsolf , my mother ami my adopted duughtci , I could sco no other xy t ) do it thun by acting , and so 1 con tinued hcfoio the footlights. "luoiiulion uo found I would not leiuo the stafro bo uommoncod to blacken inv char acter bj sajln that I UDS addicted to tlrink and had 11 foi-oclous temper Some times ho would comu homo In a beastlv state of Intoxication and atnusohiniHelf hy BtiiUIni- mo aad nbuslng my mother. I'atlenco xvas at last exhausted nnd I went to Us father to Kivo him notice that I xvould apply for a divoico on statutory grounds. But , Mr Elderly , sr , being n gentleman , of oxtollont family , and hating to Imxo ills namesullioii , persuaded mo to allow his son to RO to Sioux Tails , bo- coiim a resident of that phico , nnd seuiro u dUotco on the ground ot dt'soitlua. "I rcudllv consented to this , as -wanted to boclToftiially Udof the man , nnd anj xvay seemed the best. "Mr. IMgorly xvent to Sioux Tails , pro- ctiied thodlx-oico on the Ki"ounds 1 have stipulated , the proceedings beiiiff ex partc. Thwi , In his diliKht , pi-olubly , that ho was free , clrtul ited the daatai-dly roiiort that I xx-as addicted to dniilc. " All thodilmiioss , the Insourmnro of her natui-o hid loft MissCoRhlan now , and she upitarctlin tlio role of a xvroiiKod XMIIIKIU suffering nt the hands of n person \xlrn could so Ion or his manhood as to inuko the charges attributed to him. "I dhn'l cai-o for the qunvrelsomo dlsposl- tlon ; that doesn't count for much , but I do feel the chniKO that 1 am a tippler. N'o man over 8.ixv mo , under any circumstances , under UioliitUioncooniquor , and I do not Inttmd to rest quietly under that Imputation. My reputation U woith n Rood deal to mo. Itbas ne\er Uea spotted and rather than It should suffer now by \ \ bat ho charifes , I xx 111 throw uptuy eaKagcmout , 10 open thucase , ovou If I bax-o to becoino his xxife .ipain , in order to pi ice imbolf light bcfoiu the public \\blch has been Kind to me " Oreitly agitated ovei the xvroiiK3 she had suflcroJxvtti ! even tratos of teaiNon horfnco , I felt that If there ox or was -a v. longed xomaii Uoso CogUlan was thatsume THE Lei K _ Thonoxv Iiish comedy diamn "An Iriih- imn'H Lox o , " xvlll bo presented by a highly talented ojinpiiiy nt the Grand this evening , opening u four night's cngigcincnt , uml u * this is tlio Hist nnpj ivanco hi thit > city ot the pliy itis xvoithy ofinoiotlnn u pissing no tice. Tiom an eastern exchaiiKO xvo loam that the pi eco isn thorough Irish drama of tbo old st.x lo , but w ith tlio exception that the coined } eloinent isnovcrlostslghtof , ntul do- splto the fact thnt the eviction and subse quent icsults folia amain mil of the play , the happy result of justice at last , achlovcd tbrougb the exoitioti of the clox er comedians , makesahappv denouement. Ibo company is a sttonR one , possessing , as it does.somo btiong speciultx' artists , whp do much toward cioit- iiiB it the nig success that It is Mnnacer Minor Is to bccongiatiilnted on being thofhst topioiluco .in Iiisli plav this season , and our leaders lioni , and related to the Emoiald ialo. ought to provo by their presence that tho.y appreciate the enterpilso dlsplajed bv the Kcntlemau in thus cateinifr to thnlr espocinl benellt. As there Is no attraction at the otli- ei theater this ox'enhiff , Sunday oxcning nmuscmont scolveis ) xxlll ilnd enUitaliinient at the Guiud this evening at populir ptlces. The piescnt icign of farro comedy in this counti.N is u souico of much sci ions discuss 1011 among tbo thoughtful xvoikcis and xx riters in the dt.unitic xlnoj.nd It has become a topic of literal v conslduintioii by Messis W. 11. Fiost , William Winter , Nj m Ciinklo , Wilson IJiiuctt x\ho , ultbouKh not an Ainer- Inn , t iltes a Irvely Intcicst in the uelf.uo of the diama of evirv clime , nnd those AX ho \\atch the history ot our stage aiti consblcr- iiis ? how long the present craze for faico com edy x\ill last. Coitain It Is that it has hccured a most Impoitsnt position In the aimissmcnts of tbo nitlon Neailj oven New Yoik the iternt this pres ent inoniontis given over to mirth , farce and frix olty , 'i'bo same condition of affairs ol > - tiint in nearlv every other city In America Tbo tiuth of the matter is the Amcilc.m publii , lias outgio\\n its tusto for the leplti- mu'o piavs and the sonous dramas. Oui' people ai o ijuiulc-ulltod and fun-loving , and ihov xvant to laugh 'Ihov x\lll notpo to the tlieatei to bo instructed , or to listen to bhiiUespe.uo , or to xsltncss a play dealing with the beiUms nklo of humanity But they xvlll go to laugh The piobibllltj Is , Without entoiltig into tlio dlscibsion nt any length , thnt wo xxill ah\a\s hax'o the fircical pl.u-s \vlthus. 'o may not have so mnnv In the future aso haxo nox\ ' , and the sty lo of on- tirtfilnniont may cnango sqinoxx hat , becoming moro dlstlnctlvelv American tbun nt the picscnt time , but It IH Kitfo to say wo111 al- xx. , xs hax'o these xvldo-awuko fmccs in our theaters Indeed , ono or two of tbo picsent farce comedies tuo really xoltliy to live I'mpk Daniels' "Llttlo I'uelc , " for instance , which comes to lioyd's on Tbuisdax * night , Is a gonuinc-ly , closely eonstriieted piece , rounded on Ansluj's fantastic tale , it tells a lauKhublo stoiy in the most stiaightfonuird and ludicrous innnner. Unlllio most nil the proudeut farce comedies , "Llttlo Puck" has a plot. And a very good plot it Is To bo suio , its success must bo most laigolj attributed to tbo fact thnt It bus had the benellt of Mr Daniels' dioll andnrlg- hud pcMsonilltx , hut asldo from all this , "Mttlo Puck" is a good skit. Mr. Dnniclsxill loinuln at Uoyd's for four nights , but there \\lll bo no Saturday mati nee 'I bo company U but llttlo changed fiom last season _ The Uoso Hill 1'iigllsh Polly company , n highly successful burlunijuo oigani/atlon , \\m givotvo ontoitalninonts at tbo Grand on Thursday nan 1'rldaj oveiilngs next , The i ompaay includes buimtles frcm all parts of tbo Uow Jomson's ] minstrels xvill bo at tlio Grand on Sutunl ty und Sunday ovcnhiRS next , .NYnrliiR HlH Kiitl. Mis Oeorgo S. Knlgbt hasxvilHou alottor coiiconilug her unfortunate husband in which occurs the-so sentences : "For some tlmo ix > or ( leorKO huu boon a patient at the Uuru Hruo liibtltuto , Clif tou Heights , Dolu- XXMIo count } , Pn , , nud here ho his overx" at tention and comfort. The physicians tell me , however , that bo can llxo but a shoit time. His disc iso is general pualysis anil a com plete bicak-do n of the sjstem This , \\c think , Is tbo icsnlt of ovcnxork and an\tctv lorbis fuvoiito plaj , 'Baiou Hudolpli , ' It is not tiuo tint Cieoige is ins mo. Uo has lost his iioxverof speech mid one side of his body is nt times almost useless. His mental iionors nioiiuiily gene at times he talks like a child , but ho fully ir.dl/oj his sad con dition and booms to bo 'xxaitmg with icsigiui- tlon for the end. There is no hopo. Ills professional fuciids Imxu made pioxision for iiis lust few da\s on eaith , and I deeply fcol our debt of piutitude , though Geoigo cnn noxer i-calizo It himsolf. " A UouUrisb King. , olu fellow , I'm ilisuppointcd In you. To think tbut , after nil I'xo done for j oujou should go and bo a play actor. " With this parting shot the late owner of Ilolen Dauvraj's big Irish setter turned dis gustedly on his heel the other moining nnd \ \ allied out of the btago door of the Standard theatur. King bad been In ought theio by his master In lesponto to Miss Dnuviaj's lequest , and though the man xvas xvilllng to sell the ani mal ho did not luu o any idea that tils old friend xvould ho called upon to ae-t. The sale xx is n conditional ono nnrl de pended on the dog's ability as a delineator of dog chancier The pait assigned u as ono that required dignity , an oisj nmniici full of loposo and peifect Knowledge of all social tob-eixiinccs. Iloxvastobo the trusted fiiend and cvon ho n dx iscr of the lo\ ely hoi oino in the most impoitant ex cut of her life the selection of a husband. Could ho nil the bill ! Could ho doxx-hata number of other i mines , ambitions for his trionic honors , bad shown that they were ut- teih incapabloof doing * King , when ho had gotten his cue , follox\ed Miss Dauviay down the bio id staircase lend ing Into the hcioino's ooudolr , with the easy gi.ico of n Cheslerlleld. All through the scene xvblch ensued the loin-footed actor plajed bis pnit xxith judgment and discio- tlon. 'Jhoio was no stinining for effect , no bn\v- \ ingof tlio air , no "plajlng to the gallon" liero King xvas too line an artist to bo pnilty of any such cheap , clap ti.ip methods of gaining uppliuse Ilo just laj ijuieth looking up into Miss Dnuviaj's ' fnco fiom the uig at her teot , mid xvhcn sliogavo him to uiuleistand that it xx-as his- time to act ho did bo without unj fuss or nonsense. When ( ho sccno x\as oxer the iictu-ss closed the h usain with the o\vnoi \ of the canine pioJigy , who became ileher by Now that ho had crossed thobomuhrv line between pilvato anilDublic lite , King , follow ing in the footsteps of home of bis txso-lcgged diamatie colleagues ) determined to celobiato thoox-ent by getting himself talked about and his name put , in the nowspapeis Ho disnpitonrcd suddenly Irom his quaitcrs at the Hotel Vondome. King- finally trottort out from his hiding place nnd allowed himself to bo led back to his apartment , Ho IK. already the idol of "Tho Wihlwlnd1' ' company , nnd Sidney Hoscnfeld , the nnttior or the play , said that King is ono of the fuxv actors who do uot xvant to bo nlw ays iu tlw ceute ? of the stage. A not her Ylc/iv'drnoiirloiudt. A x lew of Don Boncicault , nnd ono of the best , is plx en by the authoress who collabo rated xx 1th him lately. Buo says : "I was the last person xvlth xhoni ho did any liter ary work.Vo xvcro chatting ono day on the subjects nf plots for noxrels and playa , and ho cxpiessed a doubt of the possibility of any thing absolutely now In that line I dis puted that. " 'Well,1 said lie , 'If you xvill inx-cnt an cn- ttiely orlgiual thoino , I x\lll go Into partner ship xvlth you to xxilto it up. " "Then hero It is , ' I responded 'In all your own concoctions of plots , and. In all your uses of ether folks' plots , liax'o you como across ono in xUdch a husband deliberately placed his xvlfo as the bride of another mnn In order to get this second husnand'a money as soon ai ho should die , which nn incurable mulady dooms blin to do within a ycir or s.oj" " 'No I luncn't , and it is u right down ( rood one. Tbo title ought to bo "Two Men's Urirte. " Slull x\o\vilto itr "Boucicault an impulsive man , and be- foie puling\\o nad settled it to xMlto niter- n itc eii.ipUi < of the pioposedloinmcv. That is how f. cjmo to bo his collaborator in a novel Wo laboicd xcry plenBimtl.x , each being uulnmpcied by the otlier in his or her own chapters , but dis cussing together the penoial plan nnd Us c.xecutlon. Boucicault alxxajs did bis xxutingin solitude , and xxith a pen. 1 Know of his having dictated to a stenogra pher , as rapidlx as ordinmy talk , a toilet , thoughtful , und considerate aiticlo for the Noith American lloviow , and was therefore surpiiscd xx lion he saw " 'I nevei unclcitako to make fiction hastllj' . I miist see it go out from the point of rm pen in blnclt Ink i Icrht on to xvhlto paper. Opin ions can bo plnascd glibly enough , but to originate a storj , with elaborate scones and chnractPii4itlon , Is slow xvoik if well done. " "Wo dllfeied only on ono point , and that was xUiothei , In the estimation of the nox'el- rcndhiK public , xx omen or money is the moro inteiciting Ho insisted that the duplex bi ido of our story ias the piinie objoctwhilo I argued that the million in money at wliich tbo Hihcmeis aimed xvas of moro popular eon- sccUPiiuo | But lipconxlncod mo that ho xvas light , and ho x\'o agreed on 'TwoMen's Ilrido' as the- title , Jiibt ns he hid at llrst pioposud , Had bo lived a llttlo longer the storv would bax o boon put Into dramatic form for theatri cal use. " .Support the * Apollu Cliil ) . The Apollo chili has sent out this x\ock \ a number of clrculiis announcing the bof-hming of the season's xvoik , and soliciting subseiip- tlous for cirrj ing on tno xvoik outlined foi the xinter. . The effoits of the Apollo club to establish a permanent musical society in Om.ibn , ought to bo lecognired and their 10- ( most for subsciiptious should ba liberally 10- sponUcd to. Omaha is cntiicly behind the times in mit- teis musical. Tlieto ought to bo a puimancut cliorus in this city , xvhleh cojld gl\o nn an nual oratoiio festival , and dining each sea son icgulureonceits. Onuihu ought nUo to bp.xoa ilrst class ortlicbtra , but Ibis xvill novcrbo netoiiipllshed unless out muniiallj inclined pcoplo aio moro libeial in helping our musical sot ieties Tlio Apollo club has manfully struggled along for sc\ oral j ears , has plxcn good con certs and its meinbcis hn\o xxoiked hard without any ro waul , and expect to keep on working , in the hope that the cause of music max' bo given a stiomrhold In tin1 ? rity 'Ibis excellent oifMiilntiou ought to ho gen- erouslv supported this 3 car. Itxxould ho most cicditiblo to this cit3 % If Omiha might have u good reputaIon as a city of both music and art , and the moro of both which it cnn have here the moio desirable as a place of lesidoncu our beautiful western citj xvill be. An Historic Ten Cnddr. The tea caddy which held tlio flagrant leaves , the infusion of which Small Siddons drank in hei dress-ioora in tlio intcivuls of Lady Macbeth , has been brought to Noxv York fiom over the ocoin , and xvill probibiy bo presented by Its owner , Mr W .1. rioronco , to the Playcis' club. It Is it oubu about llvo inches each way. lined x1th a veneering of lend nnd fitted x1th an Insldo cover of sandal wood. Tbo material seeimtobo sandal xvood of a very line soft Ilnlsli and the monogram of the famous oxvncrS. . S , " appeals on the lid , giaved on u mildewed plato ol sllxcr , Itramoiuto the po-rfsc'sslon of Henry Komblo , who gave It ton Mr. Mowbrn ) , who In tuin presented it to Mr Florence. ThoAmeilean coinedlun ro- poits hax'ing left Mrs , Kloionco In excellent houltli and spirit , They six'nt three xveeks at Alx I-.es Ualns , ono In IJoulogno , two in Paris and sox'eral In London Mi rMoienco will Join his accomplished spouse on the other side soouer than usual next jear Thnllsh- Intr ground , a mlle in extent on ono sldo of the Uostlgouohe river , which Florence leased imO Jished for txvelve years ei moro , bin been sold by Its owner for JIS.OOO to Mr. Ogdcn Goclot of Now Yoilc , IMusionl and Dramatic. Coilano Is having great success In "Car men1 ' Manager Miner of the Giand Im ? secured the famous "Clemenceau Caso" for early next niontli. Jack Mason , It is said , xvill marry Marlon Munolu , xv Inch accounts for his peculiar ac tions recently. Uoso Coghlan xvill manage herself nnxt sn isoii xx 1th the a.sslstaneo of Mr. John T. Sulliv.ui , her lending muii , .lako Hosonthal , who is responsible for inueli of the suicessof "Tho Hustloi"is now with "All the Comfoits of a Homo " Uosina Yokes has in ido a , decided hit in Siiinoy ( Jrumly's di.uni , 'Tho Silver Shlelii , " in xxhich she plays an "emotional' pait Ilerr Hdunrd Stiauss , in speiklng of the acoustic propeitics of tbo Uolisonm , stated that they vxcrons flno as any building bo bad plujcd In In Ameiita Mr. Kolbon Wlioatcioft xvlll probably lotiro fiom Daniel rrohman's Lyceum thea tre company nttho end of the present season. lie may he louling man in tlio tuvelbig block company that Mr. Gus Pitou is oiy.ni- iiing. Kato Custleton , instead of starling , us ox- pecte'd , this xcir , his an engagement xxith Taust Up to D.it < > , " xv huh is doing the cities quite su'coss > fullj with an American company llesidesn hbnry for the bonoilt of cm- lln\es ) \ , the attaches of the Aiilem ) , New Yoilt. boast of a thoroughly equipped Kjinnasiiim which Messrs. ( Jilinoic and Tompkins genuiously fuinlshed and placed nt their disposal Mnieiisll Max or and Pen Stern will this season manage and diiect the touis of Fannv D ivLiipoit , in 'Cleopitia , " Agnes llimtinc- tou , m ' 'I'liul .lones , " Pauline Hall , In "Ki- minio" and "Amoritn. " the London Gaictv JJinlCitnie tn'iipnny ' and an Amcilcau 'Tniibt Up to Date" compmy. Tom Kcone has been biv ing a success la Ciillfoinln in "Uiclurd 111. , " "Louis XI" and IliiholliMi" Kicno used to lMi mem- bci ot the old MeCullougb stock company in Callfoinia and was n gloat fuvoiito thoio Mis , lici tlin TrasK , Joxxa sch inning iccita- tlonist nnd leader , xvlnso abilitv liusiieated 'inch u fivoiablo inipiession among cloeil- tronnry ciicles hoio nnd clfOWheTC , lias re sumed her tour of cities in wostem lown aftorn short -visit nttholiomoof Dr UichauU of this city. Messrs Locke and Dnxls deny the Inten tion of uniting the Do AYolt lloppei imii the Jjiiuna .lueh oiganl/atlons for aslioit tout In ' The Mau-ot " Thcio are io.is.ons to believe that the-,0 denials , however , are not nlto gutliciT'imlno , and Unit if J inmii .liu-h ( on splits , something of tbo kind will take place about the month of Apiil. The New Yoik Casino opera , Mlllockcr's "Poor Jonathan , " has undo a decided HUC cess Ionian liasscll , as apiimadonna , Kd- xvln Stevens , nsa thcitrlc.il nmniger , Hauy McDoiiough , nsa mlllionalioxx'botoniiior.uily rlinnges stations xvitli Ills rook ; .IclTerbOii IJoAngolis , as the cook , "Jonathan , " and Kami v Hiio aio the chief members of the c.is'o ' Modoin clothes are worn by the players , and tbo cnoius Is without tights. Tlio management of Gillette's latest big comedy success , "All tbo Comforts of Homo , " aic In the same position as they xvoio xxith "Shcnandoali" Ihonbon How ard's ' plaj xvas booked for six weeks at the Star theater , Noxv York , ami \\ondurful success icndend its return to New York neeessarj And now "All the Comforts of Homo" that by u strange coincidence won pioscntudln How Yoik on exactly the &amo dm of the month as "Snenandoali"Ia siml- lailj situated. After sex eral out of town on- Ragomcnts , an etTort xvlll ho nndo to renew the run in Now York Manager Chailes I"1oilman Is now aninging to secure a thea ter Its success la the metropolis xvas phenomenal It lacked not many minutes of 8 n in. ono night lust Match xvhen Nat Goodwin mean dered leisurely fiom tbo bar of the HofTmaa house , New \oilc , to tlio lohbj loading to his cab vv liich vv.is to tuku him to the Amphloa academy , lii-ooklyn , elgh ( miles distant , xvhcro ho xv as to apjmir that evening. "Adonis" Ulxm , xvhoxas smoking in the lobby , c uight bight of Nntand tbo big Hoff man house clock at thu same moment "Hello. " exclaimed Olxey , "I thoughtjnu xvno plajlng at the Aiiipblon nc'adcmy this xxcek , " "Mif am , " ic'plied Nat without chuiiKliiu his gait , "Hut , " Hiked Dlxny anilously , "won't they l > e waiting for you I" " \Vcll , " nonchalantly itiponaod the como- dlan of "The Gold Mine , " xvith a liumoro'is twinkle as bo tucked up his co it collar and stinted for his cab , "aui I notxvoilli waiting foi ? " Nat took big cbuncos , but Dixej leainoil that ho answuiod his cue at the Amphloii on tlmo thnt night as usual Had the cub en countered a bloUndo or the ferrv been do- laj od , Nat iionch ilnnco vould hax o cost him about a thousand dolhus The "T K " Qiinitotteiondeied a carefully selected piogrammo to Glenwood , In , imtsio loveis at compnnv C aimory ThuiMlax oi"ii- ing. Dosoiving of especial mi ntion xx-as Mr liollman's biss solo , "My Little \Vomin , ' which was hoirtlh oncorod. Possessing un usual natuial and individuil sticngth. tbo blending of the four vohes in "Mmguoiitc , ' "rorsakon" and other selections loflcctod gieut ciedlt upon the directorial abilitj of Mr. Krat7. Dr. Uiniuy , mho und tlitont , Dee bldff ini ; MAll / > / * ; * . All the impoitod stieut diesscs ni-o nude xvith n bias velxot vutllo running loiiiul the feet. In miking over n room taKe the pievniiiug colon In the fiicvo for key and paint all Iho vvoodvvoik and the mm bio panels to match Tea lulls aio bidding for fin or Ono little moss lllto mitiblo Is tossed into tbo teapot mid Mot xxater pouicd iu. In a ] iTj ! thine is to i for two IXIt the log o' mutton nntt bishop's sleeves Kntor the elephant , xvhieli is moastious iti heightuuliiitli : n tlu'uppet aim md skin ti0'ht fiom elbow to xvilst Peacock feithuis mixed xvith ostilch tip * mo used on some of tlio beautiful ux'iMiui f wrap ; , that me onlv within the110 ich of id li lidios , Ihco Mrs Vandcibllt , MineUuput and Mile I.lbhy If j'ou don't hnoxv xvhut to buv In jour H uvli for a unifjno xveddlng present got llio Inido brotrothod a marriage J ir Tlio form is lovely and the bovxlutliiiigof bc.mtj , whether jou pay % \ or SUM ) for it * ' Miss'IionoIIojt Is said to hive the finest collection of cornel lots of nrij person In the ( mint i j Koi .xeaissho has madoit a biisl nois to liux acoincrlot In every town she xisitcd , nnd In some toxvns she has several. Open glass holdcis xvhich can bondJuslpT " to any fiamoaio nmotig the nox'i'HUs of tbo sinson 'i'liey aio made In sllvrr , platM wain , niothei-ol pcail , onnmol almiiinliuii jet and stained iviny and sell ut ? 7 and flu em h Lady Dunlo's beauty Is dosctibed bx a inr- jan us consisting chlclly In hoi luxuilint chestnnt-biovva hair , dailc liluo oyrs mid giaceful llguio.xxbilo hei arms nro moilcns fui a sculptor Luly Dunlo his doclirod tint she xxill noxcr como to Amoilca. Heal butteiHies nro tacked on the evening fans It goes without sax ing that tlivsoiuu not good flitting fans , although uhuwy mid pretty , Tim must composed and accom plished fashionable ) could baldly maintain the ox'cn tenor of coquetry ixlth n mouthful of xx Ing or u pair of nnU'iui.u la hei eyes , The empress of Russia , xvho has long been n victim to nervous prostration , Is recovering her licalth and her splilta , although ho is vet intensely fiigbtcned xvhen inn railway train , By way of amusement she piints tbo omiw- ior' letters for bun on a typovviltor , xvblch mi enterprising Atnotican has placed in tbo pilnco M mo Blavnt-sky consumes sixty cigarette * ov cry dtijIn her smoking tray she has a Jar of gum arable with xvhleb she p istea the teg nlar abi ots of rleo paper together , thus mik Ing the thqosophlcal cigirettotwleoas long us the oidlnnryaiticlo .Sho uses the ( holiest binnd of 'Jurklsh tobacex ) and lolls them all herself ThQJapnneso ladles aio Inn xvorrj' . Some years ago Kuiopean cho.ts began to como into xoguo lu Japan , but n ru.ictlon has set In The Jiipui03ij xvouicn arJtiot nntislled with tlio ordiiiurj dress stjlos of ilylll/ntlon , but thov nio uiiwllllngto retina tothoirold drnss. nud hence thov an ) noxvconsldering "rational dtcss" adxoeatod by the x-ailons fcmlnlno dross loformeis. Oulda In llvnif ? In an old niilncoin 1'lorcnco , U'lioioslui occupies tbo ni-st floor As aim vviltus in her books , ' 'Uur lh'i > bllppors catoAstho U'rtsdlaU-d nmrblo , lux.mloiiH nigs und costly nidus lend waiinth anil beauty to the hoiivy bahiHtiadua und galkili'H , unit from gllilud urim buuilng luccuso IKJUI'-J clouiu of purtumo that lutoxicntu the 0.1- tkctiu i