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Biil3: >™ is .1 positive cure i , £ or li'^, T te? irt ' H"«racn M 8. Dlphtl).. '. B0 ' mood. Whooping Cough and v e^&iMsJS*?^?'' 1 !*™- Tenme's EypS:i!v Weak vis ontr°' 5 he B "» G Tn ™ lated Lids and i«anotatm"iu c , 0nnil "! otl ™ ™»i MedicatwJ AH Teazue'aitS L t ednhiSta"? It bas no equal let Powder TrVS?.S hll I erat( ' r 1s a perfect Tot let Powder fSsr,,Y B "ff rat( ' r 1s a Perfect Tot °Ii9e, linpartS<?art Ti Hll . ows ° r ^ertect tr«edon> Pwxlon. '"•<.« asiicats softness to the com Porter and Will PROPOSED MONUMENTS. IN MEMORY OF EDWIN FORREST AND E. L. DAVENPORT. Plans >-<>w Coirig Forward for This Purpose—A Theatrical ncrainisconee of th«> Days when Aldrich. and Davenport \Tnre oil UMI Rotul Together. [Spix-ial Correspondence.] NEW YORK, May 15.—There is a renewal of the movement towards having a statne erected in Central parkin memory of and in enduring perpetuation of the greatest tragedian America has produced. Edwin Forrest. With the excep- EDWIK FOEREST. tion of tho John JMcOollough memorial in Mount Moriah cemetery, in Philadelphia,, tho dramatic prof essiouf has raised no tribute to its great dead. Some ten years ngo Gabriel Harrison, of Brooklyn, who has been actor, teacher of .dramatic art, painter and newspaper writer, and who is tho author of an interesting volume entitled "The Life and Labors of Edwin Forrest," endeavored to create a fund for tho erection of a statue to the' great tragedian. Ho collected nomoney, MS iiis intention was to call for nono of tho sums promised until the full amount was guaranteed. From $3,000 to $10,000 weri: subscribed, and that vnis the crul of it all. Recently Idaho's ex-governor, William M. Rtmn, of Philadelphia, became aroused to tho injustice done tho memory of the actor who so long made his home in the Quaker City, whose private theatre is Tiov,- Ms School of Design and within whose county limits there ia still supported by tho fortune of the dead Spar- tactis tho only asylum in this country for tlie aged and indigent members of his profession. Philadelphia having no actor colony, Mi-. Bunn successfully sought the financial assistance of the railway magnates who largely control the street car lines of Philadelphia, New York, Chicago and other cities—Messrs. P. A. B. Widcmer, William L. Skins E. L. DAVENPORT. and 'William H. Kemble. These gentlemen agreed that if the actors of the country displayed sufficient interest in the scheme they would contribute liberally towards the fund. Whatever is the outcome of the matter it promises an interesting degree of the esteem in vrhich Forrest is held by the actors of this day. It ia somewhat singular that at the time of the resurrection of tho Forrest statue scheme, John W. Norton the St. Louis theatrical manager, and the man who gave Mary Anderson to the stage and was her leading support for several seasons, came to New York, inflamed with the desire to fire the breath of his theatrical brethren with the belief that they can best do honor to their great profession and to their art by placing in enduring bronze or giistening marble an effigy ot on e whom he described as "the greatest all around actor this country has produced, E. L. Davenport." It is certainly true that Davenport wns equally great as Romeo, as Damon, as Uoriolanus. as »Sir Giles Overreach, as William in "Black Eyed Susan," and so on through the gamut of his art, and only his unfortunate ventures as a manager dimmed the luster of his reputation "MAY OOD HAVE MERCY ON YOUR 8OTJL." and ended his life in failure. It will be interestinsr to learn whether the thor- ough beauty of >vt« art or the thunder of Forrest's tones are best treasured and remembered by the members of the pro- fesiion in which both men were leaders. Norton is very enthusiastic about his project, and in conversation recently with Louis Aldrich indulged in many reminiscences of his hero. One mutual recollection which they had I will reproduce here: Many years ago, when Davenport was » member of one of the Boston stock companies, at the close of the season he joined with a number of hia fellow actors and actresses (who were engaged in other organizations playing n* the Hub) in what was then known as a "snap" company, meaning thereby a sort of cooperative dramatic organization which during the idle Hummer season traveled from town to town and divided whatever profits might acsrue. This particular company included, besides Davenport, such now famous people as Frank Mayo, Agnes Perry—she is now Mrs. Agnes Booth and the leading lady of the justly famous Madison Square Theatre company—Louis Aldrich and John W. Norton. They played through the east- em towns, but, the tour being decidedly unsuccessful, decided to disband after filling an engagement of three nights in a certain Massachusetts town. When they reached that city they were quartered at a hotel which adjoined the small theatre in which they were to appear, both being owned by the same man and both being equally dirty. This hotel, however, lured traveling players to its embrace by the ensnaring suggestion that they could walk directly from their hotel apartment through a, private passageway into the theatre dressing room. After the members of the "snap" company had attempted to partake of their first meal in the hotel they waitad upon tbe landlord in a body and demanded that they be given edible food, to which tho boniface independently responded that if they did not like what was furnished them they could go elsewhere. AMiich, Davenport and Norton actsd upon this delicate hint, and with carpet s'.r.-bi in hand walked down tho street to I'.K- opposition house sever::! blocks The hist night of th? Lowell engagement the bill comprise;! "The Stranger,'' in which Agnes Perry took the part of Mrs. Haller, and Pranl: Mayo essayed tho rolo of tho somber Stranger. This was to bo followed by Uie farcical "Black Eyed Susan," in which Louis Aldrich was cast for tlio Admiral, John W.. Norton for Capt. Crosstree, and Mr. Davenport, of course, for William. In tho lattar play, as every one who has seen it -will romeinbor, William is found guilty of striking Crosstree, and the Admiral sentences him to be hangad from the yard arm, concluding with the solemn words, "and may God have inercy on your soul." Upon this particular occasion Louis Aldrich spied sitting in the front row of the theatre the landlord of the hotel, accompanied by his three btuom daughters, all evidently pleased with tho play and with themselves. Aldrich's soul thirsted for revenge. When the sentence of poor William had to be pronounced the words of tho play were subjected to a most remarkable change. "I sentence you," said the Admiral, "to board at the house for two weeks, and may God have mercy on you." Davenport at first looked stunned, and thoa gave one wild, delirious shriek of laughter; tho landlord and his daughters sprang to their feet and rushed from the place, while the entire audience held its Bides and ached with laughter. L. N. MEOAROEE. Two of a Kind. 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