Dramatic Feuilleton Figaro opens his column discussing his "indisposition" and his desire to not write this week's Feuilleton. He soon reveals that part of his "indisposition" is due to the serious illness of George Arnold, who is currently in Riverside. Figaro discusses De Walden's Sam and some of the actors starring in the show. Figaro also discusses the role De Walden wrote for himself and his performance. Figaro writes about Bennett's most recent remarks about some popular female performers in the Herald and reprints some of his column from the previous day. Figaro makes a brief mention of Miriam's Crime at Wallack's and Il Trovatore at the Academy of Music. Figaro gives a listing of the upcoming shows and amusements. He ends his column with the reprint of an account from a local Buffalo paper that discusses the most recent fall of Alfred Hanlon, of the acrobatic Hanlon brothers.