MISCELLANEOUS.

MISCELLANEOUS.

The famous incident of “McFudd’s Brass Band” enlivens the February instalment of F. Hopkinson Smith’s serial, “The Fortunes of Oliver Horn,” in Scribner’s. It is a bit of goodnatured Bohemianism of a most laughable kind.

Any chief engineers or others who may happen to have condemned fire hose to dispose of will do well to communicate with Edward J. Kane, 260 Front street, New York, as he is paying a big price for all the hose he can procure. Tis terms are spot cash before delivery.

MISCELLANEOUS

MISCELLANEOUS

The F. F. Proctor stock company will soon take permanent possession of Proctor’s Montreal theatre, present the best comedies, with high class vaudeville numbers interlarded between acts. A like policy prevails at Proctor’s Albany theatre, and the stock company will be the chief factors in the amusement at Proctor’s Fifth avenue, Fifty-eighth street and One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street theatres in New York, The Twenty-third street theatre will continue to be devoted exclusively to presentations of continuous performances of the best vaudeville.

F. Hopkinson Smith’s serial in Scribner’s for January gives “ Oliver Horn’s ” experiences while looking for a job in New York. The amusing Bohemians who are to figure in the story make their first appearance.