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HHw THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1887.' ,
K JHR DAUYRAY'S WEDDING.
Hka'POXE lira WITH SlIORT-STOr WARD OP
K;' tug new tork team.
M&. .After 9lrtln Him thirdly. " Actrraa Fell
Hfi In Lore with IJaebaIl Hhe Attended the
HBv: lOnmn nnil Presented m Championship
EBl5i Cap The Ennmnent Kept n Seeret
$ Tlie Bridegroom a Lawyer.
Hpi; .,,It. -I8S HELEN DAUV.
iHp V'JiPsl-l Jray the wc,1-known
K.-f a V A H actress, is Kuptiosctl
biiiVY l?r?A yliI to nT0 en marr'ci
sisBnt Ml 4? Mir Ii I t-By I'10 man '
H " iLf&A.JL I her cbolco is Mr. John
BSi tAnjW affinal I Montgomery 'Ward.cx.
Hfr A jTrrpTcSt 1 captain of the New
MSfePt -.2' irrti. ..'.'i Tork baseball tenm.
HffYMTyf Great efforts were
Ht '' ijfe rSSTi ' JJ mft('e kep 'ho now s
lBP" ' Jl$jjrljl l 1 n secret, but it leaked
Dk' tVj WtWj M 1 nt BD Pr0TC'l Kcn
jsfl& rLlriU, Pni 1 e surprise to the dra-
nF? U P matio fraternity. Not
Bb' A s. CTcn Miss Dauvray'
H' , SO best friend in the pro-
sisfltfr-' vVv fetation were told of
BasaE?-'- w( ft "le comUlC event,
KT i1 JvdZZf Manager Dan Fftih-
IW-' : t ?"f msn himself getting
R" f $& his flrst norniatiu
H " vA through an Evjkuno
isibbiK ' W - WoBLD reporter very
KV ff y ,ii carly M"8 inornlnR-
MP '2?IS4 Many professional
? ' friends nnd admirers
IRl.of the actresi', thinking tflo ceremony -would
Hte place at iVr residence. No. 49 1'ark n c
Pnti9, hastened to send floral and other pre s.
H&vefrts. They foiod. hovreor, that the house '
HSrCW ocenpied only by servants and had been I
B9"- radically stripped of its furniture. Mian
ianvray,lt watt said, had left the lioiieo in n
carriage shortly before 8 o'cloee with her
Hb other, Mrs. louisa Williams,, and Mr.
H The marriarjo wiu to tako place out of the.
Hft city and the urido callers were told nnd bride.
HF,' ciootn would at ont'o start on n bridal tour to
H?) the West extending as far as San Francisco.
HKj They are expected to remain on the Pacific
Kr coast until Christnins or New Year's, when
M they will return to Hew York.
MfC -Where tho ceremony took place wns not
WcV atscovered. but Mr. J. T. Blnckhurst, Mr.
I 'Ward's intimate friend, is authory for tho
KL ifrct that it occuirel. ....
Fr Miss Dauvray, whose real name is Helen
HSu 'Gibson, was born in Cincinnati in 1858. Her
HHg'imrents were well-to-do nud their homo wis
Kl til Ban Francisco. The little eirl shoved
K-, early promise of dramntic tnlcnt, and at fivo
ffiv Tears of nco sho made her dobut at the Cali
H' lornia Theatre, Ban B'rancisco, as Eva in
K, "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Kho proved a sue
Hst cm At once, and during the noxt fow years
HE,' appeared in the principal cities of the United
HE (Kates, Canoda nnd Australia. Ilosidcs play.
L' toe In " Uncle Tom's Cabin " she took the
Hr',, part of Fidelia in " Tho Firo Chiof." She
K,v .Vas billed as "Littlo Nell, the California
K Having realized n largo sum of raonoy by
K . these early efforts, sho went to Paris to study
Hjt'' f 6r higher flights in her profession. She was
H?Y accompanied oy her mother, who had in tho
K xneantime married a Mr. Williams.
Ht: Miss Dauvray passed seven years in Faris.
fc'. She studied assiduously, and mastefed tho
Kt Trench langnago so thoroughly as to be able
KT in 1832 to make her dbut on tho stage of tho
Hfir Tolies Dramatiquos, in Paris. Four years
ngo she made arrangements to leturn to Now
Bpt York, and engaged Mr. John Iiickaby as her
H& jnanager. She produced tho play of "Mona"
Bf 'at the Star Theatre, and scored a very' pro.
Mi" nounced success in tho title role.
$4 The next season when Steele Mackaye's
WK',' , Iqosb of the Lyceum Theatre expired, sho bo.
Hc- came the lessee. In her two seasons sho jiro
K" dnced "One of Our Girls." "The Love
Kt Chase," " Met by Gbanco," "Peg Wofflng.
HgL ton " and " A Scrap of Paper."
f, Miss Dauvray is of medium height and of
K.1) graceful, though rathor slim figure. She has
Riir brlcht.dancing black eyes,and a wonderfully
K 'flnoheadof jet black hair. She has been as
Ht." iraccessfnl as a woman of buniuein as she
Kt had been an actress.
Bvt , This is Miss Dauvray's second marriage.
Hr "Her first husband was Herbert Tracy a dra.
Rt. matic author. Sho obtained a divorce from
Eg him. end he married Etelka Wardell, tho
HEV o)oratio singer.
k? .) Miss Dauvray and her mother lived at No.
HEs 0 Park avenuo with the hitter's sister, Mrs.
HE&v Clara Helm. Mrs. Helm is a wealthy widow,
KV. her husband, Mr. Jordon Helm, having left
KSr hor much valuable city real estate at his
K death five years ago.
B7 Mr. John M. Ward has mode an enviable
Bf; reputation on the diamond field. Ho is a
Hc7 ' lawyer by profession and a graduate of
Hp Columbia Law School. He is a splendid
Hti looking fellow, about thirty years old, tall
H and light complexioned and wears a short,
HgA blonde moustache. Ho is reputed to be
K) Veil off, and s a member of the
Hw Lotos und Manhattan clubs. He was well.
Kfc known as an amatour baseball player for
Hij several years before ho uppearcd us a pro.
Hty' fcssional with the Providence Club in 1877.
H& He remained with that organization for ni o
Bl' seasons, and it v as mainly through his efforts
Hiu that the club won the championship in 187'J.
C? u He joined the New York Club as pitcher in
Bh' il882, and afterwards took tho position of
K ' short stop. He has held that position ever
HRt sincj, and up to July last vaB captain of the
K$- team. He then resigned, with the avowed
K; intention of studying law. He also orgunlzed
HsS'- tuo B&U P'ayers' Brotherhood, of which he
B- is now the President. Ho speaks several Ian
Bk' l gnnges fluently.
Oea ' Miss Dauvray met Mr. Ward socially two
PC years ago, and since then she has been a
B" devotee of baseball. The cause of sudden
vT affection for the game was not understood at
e, the time, .but in the light of to-day's event
K , -the mystery is dispelled.
Hnjk All through tho two past seasons she has
Hraft "been a regular attendant at the Polo Grounds,
p& 'always an enthusiostlo champion of tho homo
Mj'v' 'team. In her love for the game she offered
k' the Helen Dauvray Cup to the champion
K baseball team of the world, and had gold
K moilals struck for the members of the win.
Hej sing team.
K; It was noticed that she always applauded
HJK Mr. Ward whon bo appeared on the field,
Ej? 'lint her demonstration was never so pro-
Rr nonnced as to enable tho gossips to guess
rar "wbers her affections were placed.
HJE' ' John 13. Day, President of the New York
K Baseball Club, told an Evenino Would re.
ft porter this morning that he hod known of
k the intended marriage for a couple of w eeks.
K. - " The couple wished the affair to be kept a
K" secret," he continued. ""On Saturday last
Hii Mr. Word requested me to allow him a
Mm.- leave of absenco, which I readily granted.
BEgg There was no time limit to the loae. Ho
Bk' can stay nil winter if ho desires. Ho has
HBE, bOTved the club very faithfully nud bus
Bfu vorked hard during the past bcason, nnd dc-
R serves his pleasure."
Bfrv " Has Mr, Ward resigned from the olub ? "
HI ""-'No. Mr. Ward has not resigned, nnd ho
UPv' trill not necessarily resign now."
HK; French Taste for filinatly Honvenlr.
HHrj London Standard Pmri Ltlr
Kl, The Minuter oJtne Interior nu not yet given hi
Kj- OeeUon respectlDg tho two police omualt, IL Tar
K&fcv lor ana M. Ooron, woo received as preseot card
l(. ut tnide oa( oftheelilD of ITajiilnl. Jt. Taylor
K?i admili tBat be was wrong In receiving too ghastly
Htwi) toareali, bathe did not like to refuse the giver,
fiP3? rnowMSnoldfollcemsn, ortoieem tobUroeM.
BRu"'r fre, the other ofllcer who had talen one of the
n7 rieOnlv.T present). SI. Ooron, onuupart, admits
Rtv. tbafhe took tho memento with pleasure, silt would
K-, ' remind h,m of ids work to time to come. The
H h : mutter hu caused ranch dlicouton In furla, but,
K'" a hu alreadr beeaexcumtd, police oracla.' ure la
H - Ao btiilt ot kerping chambers of horrors on their
K' ' ,. n.afarp, preralaea for the eetertsiameut or thlr
K'J it artoada. Moreover, thera are fiaooe trample In
Bx'' maoh Metorj o! the trtigo predellciloas Jar
' ' (NMM aUs, whiott bare beset sttsy grir per
ODiges than the TarU police offleers, who lute
been blamed publldr for their loodnci relative to
toe cardites. Carnot, Kobmperr, DdUut and
other were inppoaed brmanr to dreuihemaelees
In sarmenu mails oat of human tUn. The mate.
rUTwsa aaid to te tanned at Meodon, and Itoiailita
were alto accuiiei, aa well Iterolntlonuia, of an
Intxpllcable partiality forallppers robea acd other
artlclee made out of Muff ottul description. Toe
Krandfather of Kugfnebni, a aorseon of rtpate In
hit day, 1 Mated to nave siren Louli XV. a pair of
allpiKrs from tannerr ol human akia which wi
in the Chltt-aa of Meoilon. E(tllt, the Ilao
d'Orlfaot, w aa'dto have walked la tie gardens
of the rafale Moral clad In a ctlotl of human akin.
Thee e Matrmenta ate to be found In an old author
called Valmont de llomare, who coolly followa up
hie present tilon of facta by elvlne s recipe lor the
tantlng of the aktn ol tin lellow.citlzena.
WISE REMARKS BY EMINENT MEN.
Alderman Divtcr Tom. Mnhcr is played
out in Mjitics.
Ex.Asserablyman Maher Pat Divver is
played out in olitics.
Dwipht Lawrence Ocn. Sherman smokes
Key Wist cigars, 10 cents straight.
James Etcrard I nm waiting for Sheridan
Shook. I expect him on this train.
Collector Magone I arrive at the Custom.
House nt 8 A. M. and lemo ut 5 r. t.
Gen. Spinola I hnvo the Mugwump rhen.
matibm. It don't stay in ono place.
Clerk John Peacock, of tho Hoffman
House I wns on Ocn. Forrest's staff.
George B. Deanc, sr. George B. Deanpjr.,
will bo Civil Justice Parker's successor.
Ex-Hegistcr John Beilly I would not take
$1,000 for Cuptain, my Newfoundland pet.
Judge W. L. Mullor This seal watch,
chain of mino was worn by my grand,
Senator M. C. Murphy I never cared much
for jewelry. You sec I wear n plain silk
Dcpnty Collector McClelland Collector
Mngone s lunch consist of three crackers und
n glabs of milk.
The Hwentln Hlrknraa In I'rnnre.
lr-m SI. Jaau'i Hafllr.1
At the laat meeting of the Acadtnite de Mfdeclne
n Parts Dr. lirouardel read a long report upon the
rectmt epidemic of sweating itckneas which has
been ro prevalent In the central departments of
Kranee this year. He sayi that the flrat case oc
curred on the 18th of March In a Tillage not far
from i'olllere, and from mere It made rapid pro
gress In the neighborhood, and was In umtiy cues
mlatsken by the local doctors lor tneaalei In a
aevere form. Dr. lirouardel, however, baa mule
adlagnoalaof the epidemic which will prevent It
being mlataken lor meaalca In the f mure the erup
tion on the akin being much more rat-Id, appearing
upon the second day after the premonitory aymp
toma have aet In: while, when tue patient is re
covering, the peeling nf the akin la very much
more like It Is after ncarltt fever. More
over, the children, who are more subject
to It than grown iieraona, perspire very
proluiely, and apptur to be auffertng from Intenae
oppression on tho ilutt. There Is, however, much
In common between the two complaints, as the
parents of chilureu who have had mejalc have
Iheiimelvcs alterwarda been seized with the aweat
ingMcknras. Dr. lirouardel cxpllna iheco-exltt-ence
ot tho two epldemlia by tho fact of their
rutieollo form, and be aaya that lor some reaaon or
other this part of France has alwsya been very anb.
lect to It. 1 bin year It una been particularly aevere,
lor out of 13. oou inhabitants In the oUlrlct of Mont,
moreilon 1,71X1 were attacked, ana the aterage rate
of mortality was 13 per cent, though III aome vil
lages It renoned u much aa 83 per cent. Curloualy
enough, while In some villages twenty children
were attacked to one adult. In other places more
adults than children were seized with the dlaeasc.
It Is evidently rontagloua, for upon one farm
fourteen people out of nineteen nero eelzid; but
there Is no evidence to show that it Is
propagated by tne water or any other liquid. It la
comtnumcattd like meaales or scarlatina, and the
Errtodof Inrobatlou ntver exceeds twunty-four
ours. Dr. lirouardel, In order to check the propa
gation of the diceaae, organized, with the audit.
ance of the house eurgeon in soma ot the l'arls
hospitals, u specs! medical aervlce for dlslnfectlug
the clothes and cottages In the district, the chief
feature In which was the formation of a relief con
vuy, comprising a haud-englne and apparatus for
steaming ololhca, bedding. Ac Tne local authori
ties sent to let Dr. lirouardel ami his assistants
know where their aid was required and kept them
Informed of any frcatt outbreak. Tho epidemic
seems now to have quite disappeared.
A Ureal Hoclal Qnrailon.
tYom IA Waihtttslon ToJl.
Word comes that the blood of Arkansas Is up,
and that,' like Texas, alio demands that her public
men at Washington shall shine ss well In the draw.
Ing-rooms of the West End us they do at the Capi
tol and In tho departments. One of tho Interesting
points In tho case Is the uncertainty about what
Attorney-General Garland wtll do about tho mat
ter. 'I ho votaries ol the new departure, it appears,
have risen In their might In Arkansas, .prepared
to smite Garland if he oomluues longer
to boynott the swallow-tail. It has gen.
erally been given out that the Attorney.
General's obstinate resistance lo the con.
ventlonal evening dress was due to a plonn and
solemn vow which w.is bonnu up with the remem
brance ol some memorable event In his domestic
relations. Hut tnoae who na e a right to know aay
that that la all uowspaper nonsense ana that Mr.
Uarlanua reason for giving u wide berth to the
swullow-tall of fashion was simply and solely that
he und rstood bis constituents would not have It
Now that lasted arc cuanged In Arkansas, It ta be
lleied mat the Attorney-Ueneral wtll consent to
have himself claw-hammere!.
A Unique Inacrlpllou.
From IA Chicago Trifcwn.
An odd flab, evidently, Is Lewis Enapp, o
Kenosha, Wis. On the toinbstono at the head of
his wlfo'a grave In the Kenosha Cemetery he baa
had plaoed the following Inscription: .
Hcsin P. Foul u,
Llvtu Knarp. :
; My dear and loving wi'a, meat m with oar spirit t
; friandt at the csteuf the t l,slan Fields of Para- '
. dis, vhera 1 am comlaa by Nslura's last axprcsa. t
Until thern weinret, alTlDK sdiu. :
; F. B. Our Irleuds Vi. and It mil soon join oa t
there. LEW. I
llapp, bsppy day. llallaluvsh. Amen. S
In anticipation of the arrival of "Nature's fast
express " at the aforeaald Elyelan Fields .Mr. Knapp
has erected bU own tombstone by the s de of his
wile's. Inscribing thereon the legend: "Oldliroad
Qage Lewis Knapp, aged jujra. Emigrated
," together with sundry animadversions upon
the cleriry In general (whom be evidently retards
aa no friends of hit) wniclt It would scarcely be edi
fying to repeat.
Jtfra. lludaon llnd Notblna; lo Say.
Mrs. Emma Lee lludaon, the confidence woman,
who Is known to many merchants In many cities,
under that name und tlioso of Chryatal, Grey,
Woodworlh, Irving, Lee, llllams und others,
was arraigned at the Tombs Police Court this
morning. The complainant was J. 11. Miller,
manager for Alkcu, Sou A Co., milliners lit llroad
way und Etghti'iuth street. He charged the
Ttomati, who Is lift j-j ears ol J, with the larceny of
silk goods worth $iS. 15. Mrs. Hudson refused to
say anything until she had consulted a lawjer.
She na entirely self-possessed and carried herself
with perfect dignity. Justice Kllbrcth committed
her fur examination to-morrow.
A Iity Hernion.
t frovk IK4 iyiwtA Faraorapkir,
What Is a lay sermon, did you ask t Why, a lay
sermon, my boy, Is ono that the preacher lays
uwuy tllll he Is called by a large majority to an
othtr charge, and then he lata bold of It und
nhoots It oft aguln. Sort of u double-barrelled re.
llgtous firecracker that cun no oa Christmas Just
as well us the Fourth of July.
Scnrce Happier We.
We cannot to the lonitlugs of our hearts
Give fit expression always; Irui iieeMy.
'I win heart and mind, the futile shuttles ply
And nothing weave; the weak thread snaps acd
beyond our apteat srta
To fix In place and weave the fabric by.
Till, at the last, sore disappointment's cry,
Wrung Irom vexed aoula, up to tne aet lipi starts.
Scarce happier we than the poor brutea are, then.
Who have no language for their pleading thought,
No tones to adequate expression wrought.
But feebli hint their needs to listless men.
And when we from our dumb despairs awake,
can we not feel how the brutes' heirt mast ache T
Ay( can we not feel how that hesrt may break t
Jostph it. li-aU.
He Forcave Her,
From Ttxat Slftttgt.)
Ills arm crept timidly 'round her waist
Till a pin destroyed his glee;
Dot the maiden said, with never a blush,
" I pinned my affection In thee."
a . 'i
iiaassisii'i Itl'-T ',jLmm' ?' ' ""1
MBS. IICGIES-liALLETr8 ANTECLDENT&
Trnlr Amrrlrnn on noils Mldrn, bnt Phe rre-
frr Knallsli Will,
ffm l VMttddilfKH T1M,)
It ts a curious illustration of the revloralory
Influence of a conple of generations that Miss Von
ftchaumbnrg should desert America and sdopt Eng
land becaufe of her fondness for Englishmen and
English ways. Her paternal grandfather deserted
England and adopted America because of hit lovn
for Americana, aeentnry ago. Col. Bartholomew
Schanmburg was a Hessian, a ward of the Land
grave Hi ue-Cssscl, and said to be closely con
cede I with him. lie was educated at the German
Military Hchool and commissioned an offlcer In the
GrenaJler Guards. At the time of tile American
Revolution be was rent to this country as adjutant
and alde-oe-camp to Gen. Count Donap, who, In
conjunction with Gen. Unlphansen, commanded
the German forces subsidized to Enzland. Ac
counts differ as to whether he deserted. The
accepted version is that Col. bchaumbore
never Joined Count Donap, ua tne
transport shin on which he and other
olTlcers and soldiers had embarked became sep
arate.! la a storm and ome up the Delaware,
am hortng at New Castle, woere ther learned Irom
the people the nature ot melr straggle for In
dependence and that Gen. Washington was at no
great distance on the llraudy wine, dally expecting
an attack from the Urlllth forces tinder Cornwallls.
Preferring to fight for an oppressed people rsther
than for England, with whom they bad no sym
pathy, they determined to Join him, which they
did and were Incorporated luto Gen. bulllvan's
legion, serving under Waantng'on throughout the
Itctolutionsry war. Col. bcbatiuiburil also served
with gallantry through the early Indian wars under
Gens. Wayne and Sinclair, and held the rank of
Deputy Quartermaster-General during the war of
1812. 1 be site of Cincinnati wss chosen under his
direction, and aa an accomplished artillerist he
superintended the casting ol the flrst cannon ever
made in the Unite 1 Htates.
On the maternal side Mrs, Hughet-Hallelt claims
descent Irom bu-e-be-na, a pr mesa ol tne Len 'tie
tribe, daug ur of Chiet (or KIiik) becanl, who
signed ll.e treaty with William l'etin, selling him
the large tract of laud on wilcti l'ulladelphla is sit
uated. The Princess married Dr. 1 nomas IL Mo
rauuijc, wiiuhd kicsi-S'su k'sukhili luninu vu.
Hcuaumburg. Major bihaumburg, her lather, unlll
be died aoout a year ao considerably pul eighty
years of age, was one of the best known and most
fumlllir characters In Philadelphia. He nua re
markably flue-looking, etylrac tde, and exceed,
ingiy eicemtic, bnt a gentleman every inch. He
lived und died entirely alone, and for many rears
bad no communication with any member of his
family. He was a eliminate of Jefferson Davis,
and Joined the dragoons formed for the piotec
tlon of the frontier during Juikhin's ad
ministration. Ills early, and much ol his late,
career la Involved In nuatery. Ili military tarecr
was cnt short by a qiurrel with hii commanding
ofllcer and he resigned. Upon returning to New
Orleans he found thut he had be n promoted from
headquarters, the commission autedatlng his resig
nation. All his effotts to ever re-enter the army
wore unavailing, and lor nearly fifty years under
different Administrations he was a constant peti
tioner to Congress In reinstate hlra ami award him
his accumulated pay a claim which he left us a
leuacy to bis daughter. Jly courtesy be was al
ways called ' Major." Some time In his career be
fought a broadsword duel on hontback with an
arinr officer In Now Orleans und wounded his an
tagonist. Confusion somi times results from the absenco
of a prefix and even different spelling In .Mrs. Hal
lett's father's and gruudluther's name. '1 hey never
used the Von, nor did Mr llalleit until a few
years before her marnsge. Wulle travelling abroad
she met somewhere a Countess Von echaumourg,
and after some Inquiry satUlled herself that they
were related und mat she had a perfect right to uo
the Von, und this la no doubt true, rrom that time
until her raatrlage she always sljned herself and
was known ua Emllle Page Von Schuuraburg.
I.ackjaw C'nuard by Hpllntrr.
Ifxttannak Xitipttleh tu Atlanta Constitution.
There Is In the til. Joseph's Infirmary one of the
most remarkable eases ot lockjaw thut ever oc
curred, 'the physicians say thut there Is nothing
lite It on record In the medical books. Thomss
Dolling Is the subject. He Is a professional horse
trainer acd la well known among local horsemen.
He was In charge of Mr. M. J. Doyle's place at
Thunderbolt, where he had a number of colts and
horses in the stables. Eight weeks ago lie was
driving k fractious young ooibo around tho track
back of hut stables, and the animal slued and ran
close In by the fence. A splinter from u paling
entered the palm of Mr. Dolling'a left hand.
boon afterwards symptoms of tctanna developed,
and he was taken to the bu Josepn'n Infirmary and
placed under the treatment of Dr. J. 11. Head.
The patient's Jane wire locked us llihl us a liso.
He became unconscious, und lor five weeks re
mained so, with only an occasional lucid Interval
of a few mlnntea. During all that time nourish
ment In the way ot concentrated beef tea and milk
was administered through tubes. The flrat day a
tube less than h quarter of an Inch In diameter was
used, us tne patient's Jaws could noticlotced
apart. Then It was determined to break out
Irout tooth, as ts often done In such cmes, to
admit a tube. While unconscious Dolling scarcely
Changed his position, and lor five weeks laid with
his body arched. The muscles of Mis buck had con
truotea Just as those of his Jaws. Three weeks ajo
be grasped hla left hand In bla right, and although
aeml-unconsclous appeared to be In a paroxysm of
pain. An attenuant examined the left hand, and
aeelng tho end of the std.nler pulled It 001. It was
an Inch long. Ever since the si linter was removed
bis condition has Improved, though slowly, ine
acute sriuptoma have dlsappeated, however, and
Mr. IlollUiii's recovery Is coundcntly looked for.
The case baa uttractod a great deal of Interest
among the physicians ot the city.
Tb tirnln .Market.
The feeling on the floor was Inclined to bearish
ncaa to-day ut the openlug ol the wheat murket on
dnll publlo cables, hcnyad Ices from the princi
pal Western markets, a flat cash luminous and
good Interior receipts. The opening prices showed
in some eases fractional Mirlntlous from tho
final figures of jesterduy. After the opening a
reported decrease for the eck of wheat 011 pas
s.ige of JSt.oOO bushels, und a decrease In wheat
In sight on sea und land of 27,lttd,00u bushels, us
compared with the same date lust year, caused a
somewhat firmer feeling, but the market continued
ery dull, with December at bSc bid, und export
ers bujltig modcrutel).
The Cotton market.
The early cables to-day wcro not favorable to
any further advance In the cotton market, futures
being reported quiet without quotable change at
Liverpool. The result waa that futures opened
barely steady In the local market ut about the
range of yesterday's closing prices,
with dull trading by the scalpers. Dur
ing the morning, business was without special
feature of Interest. It was ventured as a bull point
thut the Government Bureau reported that the total
i.TTwirtn fif rnttnn fnr Hpnti.inVi.r luut hiri h.,n ,Q
630,591 bales, against T.ivO.vos hales for the corres.
ponding mouth last jcur, but this has already been
discountenanced In the speculative dealings.
The Petroleum .Market
The " bull " element In the oil market are ap
parently In full control for the moment. The
statistical showing of production and consump
tion, as well as the rumors of the " shut down "
movement have been used to work upon the fears
of the shorts, with evidently satisfactory results,
for prices were raised two points jester Jay. This
morning the market opened with a show of un
usual activity at 71, the top price of yesterday, and
during the flrst hour there was a sharp advance ot
;,c , followed by a rally of Xc to i.e.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEP'T.
KEEP MAN'F'C CO.
OUR FALL AND WINTER STOCK,
COMPRISING Till: REST WOOLLENS Or.FORKICN
MAKERS, 18 NOW COMPLETE.
WK GUARANTEE OUR CLOTHING TO BE AS
GOOD AH ANY PRODUCED IN NEW YORK WITH.
OUT CHARGING THE EXORBITANT PRICES OF
HOUSES MAEINO GOODS OF EyUAL MERIT,
OUU HTECIAI,TIKi FOR THIS HKASON.
FIRST QUALITT TOREIGN MATERIALS.
EITHER IN CHEVIOT OR WORSTED SUITS, AT
FOREION CHINCHILLA. MF.LTON OP. KER
BEYS. FOR WINTER OVERCOATS, AT SUS.OO.
THE ABOVE WEGUARANrF.ETHE VERY BEST
TRIMMINGS AND WORKMANSHIP, AND AS
GOOD AS ANY PRODUCED IN NEW YORK FOR
IF YOU WANT CHEAPER WORK WE CANNOT
MAKE IT, OUR DEPARTMENT BEING ORGAN.
I7.ED FOR THE BEST WORKMANSHIP ONLY AT
(LALESMA" AND COLLECTOR-SIS we.klnd
fj fxunodsslont reference or seeunti. eisj A Co.. 'XI
CONTINUE TO OFFER
x Their Various Departments,
. - assf
Well Worthy of Immediate Attention
32 to 36 West 23d Street
23 to 35 West 22d Street.
To-morrow wo will make
11 vo special and nmtculesl
OaTorinjjs in our Cloak De
partment, as follows :
2,000 Heavy - woicrht
Checked Jackets, at 82.50;
would bo good value at S5.
5 O O All-wool Checked
Newmarkets, with capes, at
$0.75 ; our regular price is
150 Mohair Seal Plush
Sacques, at $16.50 ; actually
One lot of 1.500 Wraps of
different styles in Astrakhan
and Boucle Cloth, richly
trimmed and lined with
satin, will be offered to-morrow
at prices ranging from
$7.50 to $15. The actual
value of these wraps is from
$15 to $35. The reputation
of our house is staked on
the assertion that these are
the most extraordinary val
ues yet offered in first-class
We shall also offer on
Thursday morning, at 9
500 dozen 4-button Kid
Gloves. 5 rows embroidery,
with fancy welts, 49c. To
prevent competitors from
buying . these gloves we
shall sell no more than two
pairs to each customer.
Many other desirable bar
gains will be found through
out our fifty departments.
3d Ave,, 59th and 60th Sts,
" FURLEY & BUTTRUM
English Merino Underwear.
JAMES McCREERY& Co.
Call special attention to
their Fall Importation of
this celebrated lino of Un
derwear in all weights,
suitable for the season for
men, women and children.
These goods are superior to
Broadway and 11th St.
LIVE AND LET LIVE.
.. Ml. ia UROAIlWAs.
COn. OF HJI.'IO.N BTUEIiT, NEW VOHK.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
OTKTI'.II AMD CHOP IIOUMR,
All tho DsllaactMDl th8eaon Mrrod la Vfrst-Clsss
81 jl. Csrsuln, McCsall & Co.'s Monowabeu Mono
Tne Ntw York and 8tstn Islsnd Drsvlnc Company's
TItoU but on Drang ht. H. W. THOrtK r roprtetZr.
OSTAR'B EXTERMINATORS kill Cockroach,
list, nsdborj. Mlo. RMhM InfalllbUranwcilcsi
ant poisonous, its Broom at.
Le Boiler Bros.
40 pieces 54-inch, all wool,
Ladies' Dress Cloths, all de
sirable colors, at 47c. per
yard; worth 75c.
175 pieces Ladies' Habit
Cloths, all shades, at' $1.00
and $1.25 per yard; good
value for $1.35 and $1.65.
60 pieces double-width
Cheviots and Tricots, all
wool, 49c. per yard ; cheap
All tho new makes and
colors of Dress Fabrics at
proportionately low prices.
48, SO ill 52 West 2U SI.
HlllI ri CO.
18th Street, 19th Street and
(18th St, Station Elevated Road.)
HAVE NOW OPEN
Imported and Our Own Make, and
are also Prepared to take orders.
Special attention given to
t8iti -Street, 19tii Street and
HOUSES, APARTMENTS & ROOMS.
Apartment and Rooms Ta Let Unfurnished.
IVfOBinKOHIDE PARK APARTMENTS. Oth St..
Ill ud 12ith St.. L sution nq ebl nd boras cixti
bMlthlest loestioo In tbtoltji ISOful sbor tldws.Uri
all UshliadMianyflAUof 6. 8 nd 9 rocsns end baibt
UtMiiDproTtmsiit; 920 npwsrdi goodswrle. Apply
Already pId to mors thn
of tha decoded member by the
MUTUAL RESERVE FID
Home Office, Potter Building
38 Park Row New York.
This Assoclstlon oontlnnts to furnish
ONE-HALF THE USUAL COST.
S 1 ,250,000.00 Cash Surplus,
It is psjln In cssb more thsn
S4.000.00 Per Day
to the TVIdrrwi nd Orpbsna. one de ath cUlm being pud
on n tTerace of eTery day in tbe year.
Ua Caah Borploa la increasing at tbe rat of more thap
S 1,000.00 Per Day,
Thla A aaoclation haa already aared to it members by
redaction of premiums, as compared with tho ratea
charsea by tbe monopoly life Inauiance companies,
Farther psrtlcnUrs I arnlshed at Home Office, 38 Psrk
Row, New York.
Board of Directors and Council Officers
Mntual Reserve Fond Life Association.
EDWAMD It. HAMPER, Prnddent, New York City.
ALFRED TAYLOR. Vlc-Presldnt, Attorney New
CHARLES R. BISSELL, Treasurer, Capitalist, New
Hon. IIBNRT OVERSTOLZ, President Fifth Na
tional Bank. ex.Msjor. St. IouJs. Mo,
JOHN J7AUKER, Past Urand Master A. O. U. W
Albanr. N. Y.
SAMUEL A. ROBINSON. M. D., Chairman Inrert
ment Committee. West New nricbton.btatenlsland.N.Y.
WM. 11. BROWN. Wholesale Dnurs, Ilsltlmore. Md.
ANTHONY N. BRADY, President Municipal Us
Co., Albanr. N. Y.
SAMUELW. WRAY, Grand 8ecntxr A. L. H.,
NEWELLW. I1IX3SS, Resident Vice-President Great
Britain, London, England.
y JAMES W. BOWDEN, M. D., Medical Director, New
UKORhE F. LAWHtF. Wholesale Drr Goods, of
Martin. Ilnffam A Co.. 46 white St., New York Cltr.
KREDKRIOT. BRAMAN. Hecretarr, New York City.
Hon. HENRY J. RKINMUND, OomptroUer (late Su
perintendent of Insurance, State of OhfoJ
Burgeon-Gen. Sir W. UUYER HUNTER, M. P.,
F. it. O. P.. K. G. M..O., M. D., Chief Medical Di
rector for Great Britain, London, England.
TI108. W. JOHNSON, Wholesale Drr Goods, John
son. Sutton A Co., Baltimore, Md.
WARRING KENNEDY, Wholesale Drr Goods, Tor
Hon. HENRY L. LAMB, lute Bank Superintendent
State of New York, Troy, N. Y.
i THOR. P. BALDWlK, Wholesale Cotton Goods, Bald
win A Cnsjle, Ualtimore, Md.
WM WILSON, Manufacturer. Toronto, Ont.
FREDERICK S. PARKER, Chairman Death Claim
Committee. Attorney. New York Cltr.
WILLIAM MILLER, Director of Agencies, New York
K'D. LUDWIO. Superintendent, Erie. Pa.
GEORGE H. McCUESNEY, Adjuster, New York
J. M. SI EVENSON and B. W. T. AMSDEN, Assist
ant Secretaries, New Yoik Cltr.
JULIUS W. KRAFFT, Cashier. New York Cltr.
B. U. BLOSS, Inspector ot AgenU.
THE CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK,
TRUSTEE OF TONTINE RESERVE FUND.
A. J. CAMMEYER,
161, 163, 165, 167, 169 Sixth Ave.,
THE BE8T POSSIBLE SHOE FOR THE MONYE
THAT HAS EVER BEEN OFFERED IN THIS MAR.
KET. AND WHICH HAS SUCCESSFULLY STOOD
THE TEST OF ACTUAL WEAK AND TEAR IN ALL
WEATHER AND IN EVERY SEA80N IS MY
TRADE (A. J. O.) MARK LINE OF 93.60 SHOES.
THIS SHOE IS NO EXPERIMENT. ITS CON
TINUED AND GREATLY INCREASED SALE IS
THE BEST EVIDENCE OF ITS SUBSTANTIAL
CUSTOMERS TELL ME THAT IT CANNOT BE
PRAISED TOO HIGHLY.
if illTTn M
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WHAT STYLE OR
SHAPE OF SHOE IS PREFERRED. I CAN GUAR.
ANTEE A PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION IN
EVERY IN8TANCE WITH THIS JUSTLY CELE
BRATED LINE OF GOODS, WARRANTED FULLY
EQUAL TO ANY t 8U0E IN THE MARKET.
EVERYTHING IN THE 8HAPE OF FOOTWEAR
FOR MAN WOMAN OR CHILD AT PRICES FAR
BELOW ANY OTHER DEALER.
MI101TINU II V MAIL.
BY OUR THOROUGH MAIL-ORDER SYSTEM
reui'liHUUi ur tuwh uan ue nkkved AS SAT
ISFACTORILY AS IF THEY APPLIED IN PERSON.
OUR NEW TALL ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
AND PRICE LIST IS NOW READY, AND IS
MAILED FREE ON APPLICATION.
A. J. CAMMEYER,
HIXTII AVENUE. CORNER liTII BT.
-uo FOLIAGE 8-o
- EXCURSION l-
81.00 to SI. 00
8100 SHOHOLA GLEN 100
81.00 on the 81.00
8,00 ERIE RAILWAY. 8I.oo
The nreruct slnnle dnr evcurslou out ot
livvr Yirk. Previous excursion, proving; ao
nccea.ful. by .perlal request a. sveelcdHT ex.
cur.lon v li be tun on
THURSDAY, OCT. 13.
In nddltlo i to tbe numerous nttrnctlonsi nt
Slioboln, tilrn. tbe special trnln svlll ran
lliroii.li NeivurU, 1'ntrr.ou ..illnilletown. l'nrt
Ji-rvU and otber wrll.knntvn nlnne. rro-injf
nndparnllellns; the ltainniio, urwlck. Wain
kill, Never.lnk and Uelnsvnre Vulley In (nil
sl.Ut of tbe Hhwsvnngunk and oiber inoun.
lain. CROSSING tbo iilacld 1'oxnlo and pic.
lureoque Uelavrara Rvrr. From Ilia car
svlndotr. an nnobstrui led view ol tbe beauti
ful p momma ot nature's bamlltvork enn be
had dnrliiv tbe continuous (enrnry. tbe rombl.
nation, belc reple e wlili tbe beautiful Au.
tiiinn-tliited leave aa iliry. nppiur on the
mnuntaln aide. nd In lut vnller. Several
boura will bo afTorded excur.lanlsl. to explore
ibetJIeu, returnliiB.br mierlnl train eariy In
the evenlnsr. Nneelal trnln leave. C'liHinber.
Hireet Hintlon, il.la A. .Il.t '."3d St., UA.AI.
Fare SI.OO for the round trip.
nMdjkrs,L (" , nrti i in 11 1 n
MUtnVK4bslUUa Ur l4lMr)tia or tiff
.tg..T7 ..fly. WIUKE TO ilKB r
sTesUssnaWJBMUast te.i iSLsi'mitltt iht., iil
KrJ? """ ,,, n.Uh sl Vigorous Btrsnsrth
J Isslrlo Osxtsst fsll IsnanUy sr rrMI (mO CuE hSmSm
ViisS sVSJKVr..lrt 'alss 1 sl suxp. Atdrs
THI SACCIH eUCTIlO CQ., 833 BMAIWAf , NIW YHk.
ill s. as.a.is i .a.sssss.s.sss.ssssss.saaa.'
0FHCF8. fO LIBERTY ST., NEW YORK)
833 FULTON ST., BROOKLYN.
THUR8DAY, OCT. 13,
at 12 o'clock. In the
DROOKI.YN HEAL ESTATE EXCnANGB, ,
No. 303 Fulton at., Brooklyn.
TWO GREAT ESTATE SALES
OF BROOKLYN PROPERTY,
ESTATE OF MEIER ROSEHBERG. DEC'D.' .
SPLENDID BUSINESS PROPERTY.
No. 43 &nd 45 Fulton rt. 4-itor7 and basement Brick
BnUdtnc adjoin! nx Long Island Bank, iron front, superb
store, grand business stand.
No, 103 Washington st.t between Prospect abd Tork
sts. 2-atory Attio and Basement House.
KSTATE OP EUSHA BLOOMKR. DEC'D, Ac.
No. Hl Laiayetttj aTe.t corner of Carlton are, 3Jf
stry BalldiDg. drug ston on ground floor, upper part
used for church, 'and dwelling apartments abore.
No. 147 iAfujette are, adjoining abofe The two
pieces together are, with conrtrard, 60x98 feet, and tho t
location la tbe finest in the city for a splendid apartment '
No. 55 South Elliot place, between Lafayette and Do '
Kalb ares. 3)$storjr brown-stone House and Lot, fine
No. 208 Wrckoff st., near Bond at. 2-storr and base
ment brick House, with lot.
No, 8'2 Douglass st., near Smith nt. 2-story and
basement brick House, with lot.
No. 1002 Dean st., near Bedford aTe. O-story &nt
basement brown-stone House, 20i43. lot 110.
Nos. 144, 14G and 143 Butler st., near Hurt it. 3-story
uxd basement frame Houses and Lots.
No. 171 Montrose are,, ne&r Graham are. 3-story And I
basement bouble brick Tenement, 25x40x100 j splendid '
Maps ready at Auctioneer's offices.
TUESDAY. OCT. 18,
, AT 1 orLOCIi.ON PRI.MI8E8.
WVCKUFF AVE., CUKNCIt Or
IB kAI.lt AVE.. IIUOOKLYN,
369 Elegant Lots
NICHOLAS N. WYCKOFF FA U.I I.
between properties of Petor Wyckofl and P. T. Barnaul.
"q"" IS THE EIGHTEENTH WARD.
Greatest Booming Locality
Tbsso snpftrb lots are In th.
LINE OF GREAT IMPROVEMENTS.
The completion of tbe Elerated, on which the cars will '
oon be running-, will donbl. their Talae. Fir. car line,
ran to the property,
ETBUVDODY TO TUE FUOST.
Do not miss this colden opportanltr
TO HKCUUE THESE LOVELY LOTH. '
Properly is situated on Wyckoff, De Kalb. St. Nleho
las and Greene ares.. Elm, Btoekholm, rjtanbope. Htm- '
rod and Harmon sts., and I surroundod on all sides by 1
ROYAL RHODE ISLAND CLAMBAKE 1
by Weeks, under the oolossal tent, at
BRILLIANT AIU8IU IIV 23 D nBGiaiESV'
A. D. Fohs, Leader.
Tor descriptWe msps and partlcnlars apply to tbe office I
of the Auctioneer, or of G. W. Brown, 416 Bedford
are., Brooklyn. E. D., or of Gen. Meserole, comer o f
Broadway and Kent are., Brooklyn, E. D,
SATURDAY, OOT. 32,
GEEAT AUCTION SALE,
NEWBURG, N. Y.
TnUB-SDAY, OCT. 37,
at 1 o'clock, on premises,
FLUSHING, L. 1.,
WALTER BOWHE HOMESTEAD FARM, '
Subdivided Into 7 farms, as follow: .
Farm Number 1 llrnuilway and Murray's i
Lnnr, 70 and 37-1000 ncrr. " 1
Farm Number 2 Murray'. Lane and Bay i
l.le are., 48 unit Ot)4- 10(H) nere. '
Farm Number 3-Uayalde are.. 48 and 000'.
1000 acre. '
I'nrm Number 4 nny.lile ave. nnd White
loneUantl, 34 and I jS-100O iter...
Farm Number ullnyalilo ave. and White.
tone Hand. 7ft and K4-IOOO acre. 1
Farm Number (l-Wblte.tone and Wlll.tt. I
Point IluudH. US and 041-1000 acre. J
Farm Number 7 .Hurray'. Lane. Wlll.tt. 1
Point ltoud and Bayaide ave.. A3 and 053 '
This Is the finest property In
Queens County. It is situated In th.
VILLAGE OF FLUSHING'
and It is to be peremptorily sold bj order of tha
In partition, uuder dlrertl n of
Udvrnrdb. Unklu, esq.. Keleree.
Jolin E. 1'ar. on., esq.. I'lalnttfl'. Attorney. I
.11 up. and particular. In a lewdays.
TnUR8D'AY7 NOV. 3.
at 1 o'clock.an tha ureiul.ea.
FLUSHING, L. I..
UHEAT 8ALK OF VILLAGE LOTH, i
by oreer of .1
HUPUEMK COURT, IN PARTITION.
I1UWNB. DEL EASED, ""
under direction of
Kdvrard . UuUln. e.n Itefrree.
JolinK. Farsons. esq.. Pliilutlll'a Attorney.
For .linns nnd Durllcular or all ot abnr I i
sale, apply to tbe Auctioneer at hi olliee. '
UO Liberty at., Nunr York, aud 3U3 Fulton atTI. '
illONDAY, NOV. 14, !
,. at 13 o'clock, inth.
BROOKLYN REAL ESTATE EXOnANOE,
303 FULTON KT., HltOOKLYN,
Great adjonrned al(
by urder of i
Supreme Giurt, In partition.
OF BAY RIDO& PROPERTY. .
nnder direction of Henry a. Rasquin, ea.. Referee,
lor maps and particular. at all of th. aboTeValea apply)
to JERE JOHNSON, jk.. Auctioneer. 60 .Liberty at.,
New York, and 393 iuUon st., Brooklyn.
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
OP THE MAGNIFICENT t
HAMILTON mmi PROPERTY,
ON ST. NICHOLAS, CONVENT AND
I40TH TO I45TH ST.
Will be bold at the It.nl Estate Exchange, at
la o'clock. ,1L,
TDB8DAY, OUT. SS.
Maps aud Inlormatlon at llie Auctioneer,1
orace, L. J. ds I. Phillip. 140 Droadsray.
For Kale Lone; Island. 1
OOnn EAOn-Best lUrenswood lots t CI, BOO. a f
fecSlIU An.eoniw.lBMhst.. , near ubuibaaLs. t
Uon. Oea. R. Vmi. MO Wol lt
HELP WANTED FEBlAIiE.
aTlIRIB WANTED th. Oastlo Staid Co., 101 ts4
VJT 108 Thorn pseost, , c
jiMfflr,vir "in-1 1 ii ; ,i 1 1, 1 1