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THREE ACTRESSES WHO GIVE
TO THE STAQE.
They Aro In Hlurkcil Contrast With
Tltonc WIio Itoli It of II Name
Groralnua WortliliiBton'R Million
No Uurrlcr ltetu Vlller iin.I Mti
Tie- stage has had a lnrire number of
M-oalled society netreise to ncoount
for In reoent years. There is hardly a
city of any Importunes in tlio country
that has not given up Its leading soci
ety belle to tliu stale. Of oourxi, alia
was n divorcee, or in some ottior my
had become a heroine of a scandal.
pry few Bociety womm chose the
-.iHjre on their merits, says a writer.
et tlure are some, who really find
that their talents run in that direction.
Mavauniih, tieorgla, is about to part
witlt hor 'ending belle, who lately
found that her talents were created for
mimicry. Sho is Miss Georgiana
YVorthington. aped 24, and belongs to
one of the oldest families in the State.
She is worth a million or so in her own.
right, nnd can havo no monetary mo
tive in her action. She is at Paris at
present -and will maho her first appear
ance in January, 18U2. Sho is a bru
nette nnd verv nrettv.
It is not generally known that 'Morion
luanom was a. society ocuo neiore sno
ndonted the sturrc. Sho ranked with
Sybil Sanderson and 'the breath of
sermon 1 had not then marred her name.
.Of late, it will bo remembered, that
MissMauola is the actress who gained
so much free advertising, owing to her
rolusal to appear upon tho stago In
tights. Later on she was brought moro
prominently before the" public by her
divorce irom her husband In Khode Isl
and. The ink was barely dry on tho
paper granting tho dlvorco when she
married Jack Mason. Miss Mauofa.
will orrive from England shortly.
In Europe, too, the crazo for society
women going on tho stage is growing.
London has a new prima donna, of
whom a great deal is expected. Sho
made her debut at Covent Garden re
cently ,as Murgarot of Vnlois, in Mycr
beer's "Huguenots." Her name is
Mvurina, and sho comes from tho Im
perial Opera IIouso at Vienna. She is
a ! inrush subject of the L'znr aim n
daughter of a general in tho Russian
army, her husband also Holding mili
tary oftlco under his imperial majesty.
Sho is but 24 years of age, and
although still so young she al
ready fills tho position of prima donna
at St. Petersburg. Her success on the
concert platform, especially at llcrlln,
has been ns pronounced as her stngo suo
cess. Of her first appearunce in London a
critic says: "Iler voice Is a light so
prano)! exquisite quality, faultlessly
produced and under complete control.
She sang the florid music of the queen
with an ease and skill that took her
hearers by surprise. Her art was not
ol the dazzling sort, but It wns so pure
and refined, and tho appearance and
manner of the singer wore so pleasing,
that tho house instantly took her into
favor, rewarding hor with some of tho
loudest applause of tho night." Albanl
and JUle. Kavogli were in the cast,
which makes tho success of Mine.
Mvarina all fio more remarkable.
Beta Villers a promising young, act
ress, was graduated from Kansas City,
Mo,, school of oratory in 1884, after
wards taking a private course from
James E. Murdoch. Then, under tlio
management of Robert Clevalund, sho
made a suoeessful tour of tho bouth
and Wost, trivlner recitations. In 1887
sho aocepted an engagement ns loading
lady in a htock company at Music Hall,
Kansas City. Her emotional powers,
were bo lunrKea that, acting upon tho
advice of Manager Hudson and friends,
sSe came to New York in 1800, and was
engaged as leading lady with the
"(hiiTty Without I'rimo'' company,
playing the part of an adventuress with
great success. Last season, a leading
lady with "One of the llravest," her
work was more than satlsfaotory. Her
past efforts show histrionio ability, n
true conception of a character, diligent
study and earnest perseverance.
James B. Mackie will spend the dog
days at Atlantic City.
Edith Totton will star noxt season
in "IJeau Itruiumcll, Jr."
George It. lloalor liaa signed with
Pearl Kytingo for noxt seusou.
IV. T. Stephens and Minnie Oscar
Gray aro summering at St. James,
Lola Horger will probably be a mem
ber oJ Hallen and Hart's oompany next
?Sghest of all in Leavening Power.
SAVED HIS MOTHER.
Tim Crlmo for W'lilfli 11 Hoy IIIiit
John U. Pord. the brave little fellow
Who defended his mother and little
brother rgainst the brutal attacks of
Ills father, on November 35, 1800, at
Monnt Cjtrmel, Pa., was born in 1878,
at aunbury. and is, therefore, but It
years of age.
A nomewimt strange History attends
the birth of this noble boy. Ills mother
was the principal witness tn tho Me-
Manus and O'Neill murder trial in
February, 1873. Sho was subpoenaed,
and forced, against the re
monstrances of her medical ad
viser, by tho deputy nherlir,
to attend the court at Sun-
bury. Oil arriving nt that town sho
was taken sick, und confined to her
room until tho end of the trial, her
bed-cliamber being, on more thnu 0110
occasion, converted into a court room.
During this trial, nnd under these cir
cumstances, did Johnny II. Ford enter
tills world, and it is a peculiar coinci
dence -that, born during ainurdor trial,
ho should now, nnd ut so curly an age,
bo awaiting his trial on a similar
The little hero is o poor, thin, emaci
ated and sick boy, not over fifty-six
pounds in weight, and not quito four
feet in height, yet, although so small
and weak, he did not lack the courage,
hearing his mother call for help, and
finding none nigh, to stand up and de
fend luer and his llttlo brother against
tho repeated brutal, drunkon at
tacks of his father. Ho did not call for
help but picked up a shotgun out of
the corner and fired upon and killed
SJHo is now out on bail, twenty thous
and dollars, due to the untiring efforts
of a noble minded lawyer.J. II. Jacobs,
of tho Heading bur, who has so often
proved lihnself a friond of tho prisoner,
and of the fatherless and poor, and has
ngain shown his magnanimous spirit
and large Jieartedness in undertaking
the defense of this little boy.
Wolffs I Blacking
mTjxk at ray old chin baikot. Isn't It a twauty?
X have juat finished paintiriK it with
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The OSd Court House!
July 31. 1891, at 10 O'clock A. U.
All tho jw if ornl rrnpei ly belonitnif to the
County nl Srhuylkill, In tlienld Court IIouso
conalsllni: ui paitltluns, connterj. tliclvlntr,
Btcam lwa'tnonprirBlti" In Kpn-ate parts,
the clock ant bell In the old Court House
tower, gus Allured, fllaho.ders, tablt, nbalre,
eta, will be eoJd np the nreruleen In the bor
ough of I'ottsvlUe, abdalto utthoiaiueUmo
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rt8ervlir the buseund also the two inrub dnss
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THEY LOVED UNWISELY.
Clinitlcn, Mliiii., Soctely Itooelve n
CIimUh, Minn., is one of the fashion
able suburbs of Ht Paul. Society there
lias lntolv Iipph NbncUml bv tlm (.Ittnu-
ment of Mrs. Joseph itlerfiue and a
young man uy the name 01 smith,
lioth parties are well connected.
Smith was organist of tho Moravian
Protestant church at Chaska and a
member of the organization. He is a
son of the late llev. David 'A. .Smith.
widely known in the Northwest. A
couple of months ago it was noticed
that the organist was paying a good
deal of attention to the pretty wife of
Joseph llicrllne. Itoth were members
of tho same church. Organist Smith
kept his horses at tho lllerliue barn,
and after putting them up at
night it became his habit to
THEY TOOK THE TItAlJ?. 1
linger until lato in conversation
with Jlrs. llierline. Tho gossips
Chatted, and Mr. llierline, discovering
tho stnto of affnirs, forbndo Smith tlio
premises. Ho left Chaska for Minneap
olis, and tho following day Mrs. llicr
lluo expressed a desire to visit her par
ents at Norwood. Mr. liiorline inter
posed no objection and tho lady left
that evening, taking her ycar-and-a-lialf-old
baby with hor. A day or two
later Mr. llierline hitched up his horses
and drovo over to Norwood to see his
wife. Ho wus received by Mrs. Itier
line's parents with great burpriso and
questioning. They had not seen their
daughter. Sho hud not bcon thore at
all. Then came a telegram which
showed that blio had doped with Smith.
George I). Melville hns signed with
"Tho Twelve Temptations" Co.
George H. Adams has closed for
"Tho Devil's Auction" Co.
"Tho lllack Crook" has boon pur
chased from tho Kirafys by W. J. Gil
more. Alice Irving, later of tho Pattl Rosa
Company, has joined Ogarlta, the In
dian octrees, on a tour.
Fred E. Pond, manager of tho Hos
tonians, will ball for Europe with Ills
wife, Juliette Cordon, July 15.
KJ"Evadne," a tragedy that was acted
by Charlotte Cushman, will be in Minna
Iv. Gale's repertory noxt season.
Tho l'utnnm Twin Sisters and Gcorgo
Putnam have signed with M. 1).
Leavitt's "Spider and Fly" Company
for next season
"The Child of Destiny," in which
Ircno Kent is to mako her debut us a
star, on August 24, Is an emotional
drama by Cclia Logan.
Neil Scully has arranged to remain
another season with "Thp Devil's
Mine" Company, playing tlio part of
Dad Williams. This will bo his third
Johnston McTVidden has signed as
business representative for II. T. Chan
frau in "Kit" for next Ecason, which
will be a lengthy one. California will
bu included in the tour. Forty weeks
have already been booked.
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HOW SLAV1N FIGHTS.
HE QOES IN WITH A RUSH
AND WINS QUICK.
Kllrnln Wit it I) ml Lotcr front the
I'lret Tho llentllv I'pn r-rnt One
ol Mnvln'. C'liuritu erUllcx Cont
imied wllli Sol I vuii.
Frank P. Slavln. who has sticeooded
lit vanquishing Dig Juke Kilraln, is now
the most striking figure Ui the world of
puftllsin. The neatness and dlspateti
wit h which he knocked Kllrain nut has
already been told. Llosc observers of
Slavin s qualities as a pugilist expected
nothing else. He hod beaten .lack Mc
AulltVe in less than two rounds.
The shortnesR of the time in which
he "won is not a specially shining halo
of glory, because the Slavin stylo of
pulverizing pugilism wins quick, if It
wins at all. "Hut, Me Amine was
licked by Slavin." the argument lh
often advanced, "inside of two rounds.
while .Inekson took twenty-four rounds
to do the ftnjrie trick." And then tho
people who reason on quick time as an
element of great fighting, figure the
thing out mathematically, I hnppose,
that as is twenty-tour rounds to two
rounds, so Is Jackson to Slavin as a
nglrter. In other words, their deduc
tion is that Slnvin is almost twelve
times the fighter Jackson is liecatue,
agalust the same man, he became a
winner in a twelfth of tho time.
Kilrain ha sloping shoulders, flat
limbs, and a way of "spurring with his
elbows out," as was noted of him in
England, but he hits a rare pile-driver
with the left and a blow with his right
that may not be equal to Slavin's. but
was of tuirHcient force to lift Jem Smith
clean oil his legs in their ring fight in
Sluviu made his debut In the prize
ring at Cluvstors Towers, Queensland,
lS8!i, defeating Martin Power in thir
teen minutes. Then ho beat Tom
Hiirke, tho champion of Queensland,
knocking lihn out in four rounds. He
boat ShHiiahan of Oynipia in two
rounds; S. llurke of IEonkhampton in
ten seconds; Prof, llabbs in a round
and a half; Illlgh, tho Sydney heavy
weight, in ono round; Tom Taylor, a
pupil of Peter Jackson, In two rounds;
Fogarty in three rounds; Mike Dooley
in oight rounds.
Then ho fought a draw with Costello
in a battlo lasting two hours and a
quarter. Afterwards, after many un
successful efforts to get on another
light, ho agreed to stop Costello, in six
rounds and failed to do It. Then ho
was matched to fight Jackson, but
having hurt his wrist in the sot to with
Costello, he was forcod to lose that
honor and his deposit.
Then he bout Laing, the heavy
weight champion of Now Zealand; and
Jack Hurke, of London (who went
from America to Australia) in eight
rounds. Then he went to London ami
knocked out Hill Goode in five rounds
last October. His "draw" with Jem
Smith when tho outrageous conduct
of Smith's llrumm'ngem heelers dis
graced their favorlto forever is fu
miliar to everybody. Tho fight- lastod
fourteen rounds und n.i all in Slavin's
Tlio record I have run over rapidly In
order to bring out tho main fact which
it discloses that Slavin is a hard
fighter, who finishes his battles in short
A sight of him shows ono that ho is
a wonderfully good man. Ho Is built
like a neat middleweight that is ho
carries olf his weight of 100 pounds In
condition just as easily as a good 150
pound carries oil his.
Ho Ib a bright, sharp-looking follow.
who evidently has bralns and brains
are a great factor in a fight. Ho is a
man of great courage; there is no ques
tion in ino worm auout mat. Then no
is a young man, a llttlo over 20, and a
man ought to fight best at between 20
Slavin's stylo of fighting Is to go
ahead and sot tho pace. lie Is an ag
gressive fightor; it is his custom to feel
a man out until ho" gets his measure,
whioh ho can do in bhortor time than
most mon because ho has a fine idea of
tlmo and distance. Ho can toll how
far a man can reach and how quick ho
is, and when ho has acquired that valu
able Information ho generally outs tho
paco very fast, us is shown by all his
battles, as well as that with Kilrain,
Slavin has a tremendously strong
forearm and hand. This gavo him n
fearful half-arm upper out. He didn't
tnko much swing, but got in a great
force. The upper cut is the hardest
kind of a blow to learn. A man who is
a clever upper cutter his a great advan
tage. He has to be fought at longer
range and, consequently, doesn't get so
much punishment himself. Corbett,
as well as Slavin, has tlio upper cut
down to a fine thing.
Slavin ib what I call a hip-hitter; I
mean by this that lnsteud of standing
with ills hips stiff and getting the swing
witli the shoulder, alone, lie gets the
swing with the hips. He hits with that
1U0 pounds, every tmnoe of it. So much
for Slavin's principal charBoteristioB, I
might add that hi- is six feet, ono and a
half inches In height, nnd measures
inclu-b around the chest. In boththeto
measurements he excoeds Kilrain, who
is live feet, ten and u half inches In
lu'iM ht, and measures 41 luetics around
the client. W. D.
The trotting gelding High Tower
dropped dead during the fifth heat ot a
match race with Orovcr Cleveland, at
tho North End Driving Park, White
Plains, N. Y.
TvTnfd-iptVs nnnrl ton " and
'nnnrl rr.ns;" iainn-chimnevs
j J. S
do not break from heat, not
one m a hundred; they brcaK
They are made of clear
grass as well as tough, as
clear as crystal. They fit the
lamps they arc made for.
Shape controls the draft; they
arc shaped right. Draft con
tributes to proper comousuon;
that makes light; they im
prove the light of a lam.
But they cost a d,jer three
times as mt'.Cii as common
chimneys, and, as they do not
break, he is apt to be anxious
lest thev ston his trade. Di
minished sales and less nrofit
are not agreeable to him.
PI ... . 1 . s1.
i nerc are uvo siues iu uiv;
question. Have a talkwith him.
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Btnved risitM'eostinh' from to $5,u0.
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UldMeMtrLaUlDi trim jjuthlu. trron or from arenrork
Old, Young or Middle Aged doD'tiuffer ny Iodi
art u eeruiu, DQcirltnunt I tuvetferytblnf kootrn 1
m-tleil .BdiuriiCfct Hit&ef, Ut nl sad old outi ollaltid,
no matter boiuledielieritoDte Fr ib eaiM cured Ib
lo 10 rtri. European ltoapltal (foroBOf Id (JtnuarjT Kit
laud. Vraoet aod AuNtila, u " nlfkcate and diplomas prota.
mgu jtiar prarin-ai rxr rifnce in ow oaiea rura jrij
t&l K nnil wi'l bo aid to in adt-frtUlng dooior. b
DlUiUUUotDpmv ad KX-atsklU, knowltdio aitl
iparlaaoo and who can ihow s mscr pallBDta ptrmaotDll
cur td aa I eao aftor quaoki aid a Urtiiiii dootorl hai.
ralutd lhm. Sta- U attiiip for boutc "TKUTll" aadaworn
tMlluooUla) f ipuainf quae Its sal ftdrrrtulDK doc ton wltk
tbclr fali and rrauduleut nuarotei-a and titinonlala, tblr
iprUn,tUeT do cot ior an I thalr acbamo o( rofundliif
biObtjtt friendly tau and i heir cheap and worthltti druia
Aalll.vrrfwblcbaQ.-M on. but arv ofedaadtwoya and retail
In ruin of Ibuunntli or aonttdlng vimlmt. Orricr l!)UB8,
KrcrydyrrotnSA M toil' M ( ulufi t to. WoJiiadaf
and ttaiurdn? Kttninpi fr.-m ft 1, uutlara 1mw 9 toll. FoC
Keftrua ue Wedbtkdaj utnl Saturday i'tila, TUu.
iri"ll elal folinol. It will
ray jon to visit the ' Itt flH-MI'lt HUM.
NFM? UN1VEK81TY If Tore dteldlUK where,
I liotiKti yru may live a thorn-ana n llee sway.
It shines at the lend nf tlip lut of rnnimph
olal kcDools in its churncteraa an edurxtlouai
force, bh n mtdiimi lor siirplylnc the t usloets
ruen or the country with traltifd and rnpanle
ahli.laiitB, as a means ol rlnctng omhfilous
young men and women "on the hlghrotdto
nuccths, nnd in the xtent, fit rarce nnd coat
ot lt qiilpnienl. Thorough COWMKltt IA1.,
luuimw, iue xweuiy-teventh Auuual
Cainlcgue will he mailed to any address.
WILLIAMS & R0GERS,Roi v.,cr
IMPORTANT NOTICE !
All persons are hereby warned
NOT TO FISH IN THU DAMS !
llelonglug to the
Shonantloah Walor Company,
and all parties caught violating this nolloo
Prosecuted an Trespassers.
Ily order of
WHY IS THE '
W L. DOUCLAS