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BK;"4" THE EVENING WORLD: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1887.' .
HvJlAHS'S LINE OF DEFENSE
K-TCTDfS TO rnOVB THAT IIUSSET WAS A
H'; PANGER0U3 MAN.
Nearly Erejybody Inte at the Oonrt of CJen
Bfg rral 8elons Lawyer Il.we Doing Ibe
Hpi Questioning; for (he Prison er II naaey DM
H' Net Rxpect to Die on I lie Day After Ibe
Hn , Skootlntr 3Ir. Ilnascy In Court.
Bft, igr AT seemed the word
Ht" ( W lot tho CV-.nrt of Gen'
Rr ! t j&9s?Jk. oral Besirioni thin
Hl' j VWVk morn inc. Judge
HH ' JgrNtr; , L- Cowing rag fivo mln
BEICh f? V n'es behind, but he
BHjft'Vt .. x f bad had a clean uhave,
H; mf$mlt. I nnd (,oubtleu bad tar.
Hfe(- 7JpJ H r'e i" 'bo chair of the
Kf ' fiycourtSC1 II mnnipnlator of the
W '&" H ", lathering brush and
Nf'V' V9 V 9 razor. Col. Fellows
rffflAr't bnt ho lmd bc6n ln
BB jHMN I V J" I consultation with
Hb-yc fA 'jj Cbief Martina in an
PMR V lfe3 Vv si unportant matter, as
HEt ) "Str Jv' bo whisperod apolo.
IBr '" -n-n n t7) minutes later "Abey'.
BBfey f i '7ct&4ll nummel, partner of
HK;? 3Ssr'r9St7& Counsellor Howe.camo
IMkw wffiteffi&LM n bastily and apolo-W&&-jJJI-UmutiAi
HHRair-. ? .y l W of -the loHflr. nad..U.
(jyyfcttiiiiiii iM wiium ' jifj I i
Bp;lfwaU.SOwhenMr. Howo entered. Iluttho
SslSfiUtt caT6 piece to a Rmilo of Joy as he
PBpjif, c&zed on the counsellor, and the bother of
Pks24&ffMMntp',!K't4 feptha pWnnw-of.
PBVylopldni; upon tho cause of it. If Mr. Howo
IPSwu a study in blue yesterday ho was nnvid-pi,yHBjiJtJ'-.
BBStt jlop to toe. Only an imaculale whito bosom.
BPhon sparklinir nn tlio latter.
PH' Ho apologized to the court nnd jury thntlic
mErn? b& been (TetnTneil by mportaut business in
HHB i1- Judgo Oildentlcevo's court.
HHs .EdWaTd Hnbn,theprlsonrr nt the bar, wn
HBlWr''-ho only ono of the chief actors who re.
57r:oid!:dlJiro,1,?tli'totl,? Klsl ca:i t,c"-" 1Ic
PHKV..WRB ln his place. IIioul'Ii Iip lmd a clean
ffi-","Hiin e, woroTresn kinrh, uun liliiTTieen iler
HHByj tained over iiicht.
B? Mrs. Jack llnKsey and tho vifnof her son,
k"v CorncliuH Htissoy, sat in tho apartment net
HHL '.'apartfor ladioo, and another woman had
HbK' found a seat thero also. Policeman CornoliuH
HHbX Jjcary, of tho Madison Street Station, wan
HHtVs T called to tho stand to testify that ho know
HHS Jack Hussey, and that his pouoral charactor
HBP wns 'bat of a dangerous man.
HB' The ex.ferret of Capt. 'Williams's old pro.
HBv. cjnet, Sorpt. James K. Price, of Polico Ilcad-
HHp quarters, hod seen Capt. Hussoy four times
Hi, In his life. Mr. Howo wanted toprovotlmt
HHfV Jack Hussey had once lod a mob of rioters,
BK,,' carrying a red fine, and instigatod them to
Kft kill the people of this city, hut Judgo Cor-
- ing would uot permit this. This was in tho
i time of the over-momorablo draft riots of
K Police Cant. Brooks was called, and Mr.
HKu Howe askod: " Was Jack Hussey held by tho
HBt police of your precinct to be a dangerous
HBnL man 7" and Capt. Brooks responded : " His
SBf1' reputation for ferocity and violence was
HKr, Frank Leonard, a fireman for the past fif-
Eri teen years, was a patient at tho Gouverneur
Km Street Hospital while Jack Hussey was thero.
Bi-- By Mr. Howe What conversation did yon ham
k?. vwtth IIumoj J A. I aaked Hussey would iie hare a
K' ; ' drink. lie said no, he had taken the pledga not to
K-' ' drink any more. ITiis was the morning after thu
H, '"This, Mr. Howo contended, showed that
r18" Hussey did not expect to dio at this tirao. and
therefore that his dying statement was value.
, .less evidence.
HR Patrick McNamee. bar keener at 6 West
Kg' street, testified that Hussey drank at his bar
Est on the morning before the shooting.
BKi By Ur. nowe Did yoa see Hussey butt a negro's
EfT head with bis arm ? Excluded.
F& Q. Was Hussey drunk t A. I couldn't say
f' .Whether he was or not. lie had a drink.
tw, Q. Well, I've had a drink this morning; how do
MK'f I appear? A. I couldn't swear you were drunk. I
n ' eouldnt swear you were sober.
BBS This caused a ripplo at lio expense of the
K? counsellor, in which he joined.
' . Leonard related that he saw Hussey leave
wW the ward with nothing but an undershirt on
Kia and a counterpane thrown about his shoul-
C-"-CK- KTT8BCTVraiit fiO.TtAdVWt'A'fceOt.hTlt
E1? triad the accounts of the shooting to him
TOt;- -from "..s-Yt'oir.
Ee By Mr. Howe What did he say about cntng opt?
Ng -A. on the morning ut tho soth of June (Mondirr),
KS' I tola D,m ! w"s K(,ng out of the hospital. Ilu
k. ,aald, Walt until Wednesday and I will go out
Eij&K! wltts yes. .- - - ...
Kf" ' Q- Whit did Hussey eat: A. I saw him eat
h&V 'Oggs, beefsteak, bananas, oranges pears, toast
jr-"Xldchetrit. ' " '
PBcvS.- Vitness had been warned not to go out of
arai'' The wsrm .ooinltUo tho hall, which" was quue
fiv cold, and that was where Hussey went.
ggffc.:,,,,, ., r-roasejamlnjjug jCjU-FeUpAUl;
KXi r Q. Ton say on Monday, June IS, IliiMey said he
Ki. would call at your bouse on Wednesday 7 A. Yes,
fafi$f 0. Tou knew he died on Tuehday, don't jout
K?( (smilingly) Yes, sir.
PJPffftv. - 0"1. Fellows (wear y). That's all.
B" i Edward H. Mullen, a reporter, was called
PE2H. - to relate what Dr. O'Hanlon had Bald to him
jjfcIA -lkaWuTfTEfi'tB5y,rRT5uT(t, CuTTJiTs i"efelmU'a
g$ as hearsay. Col. Fellow calling atttution to
Rp Mr. Howe's promise to call all tho phvsiciaus
H at Oovercenr Street Hospital. To this Mr.
W&. r Howe retorted :
R ' I always keep my word in Court," with
K the accent on the penultimate word. "Isn't
Eftp' that so. Judge Cowing V"
f, Judge Cowing nodded. "I think that lb
Kr) Col. Fellows interjected hero: Well, I
PbK 'don't want this to go sofar that I shall
k have to cross-examine tho Court."
IF' CaPl- McLaughlin testified that Hussey
WPf -had been repeatedly arrested in his precinct.
Qt'; Dr. Philip O'Hanlon, house surgeon at
W' "Gouverneur Hospital, whero Hussey died,
H; 'was rigidly examined by Mr. Howo as to his
Btiff treatment of tho captain when he was
DJI 'brought into the hospital wounded. Mr.
M' 'Howe tried to prove that O'Hanlon had said
Ri, jthat Hussey's wound was superficial and
B5' that Hussey's death was caused by his treat-
mm. ' merit in the hospital.
w." ; . .
UHr Tammany Hall.
K The leaders of Tammany Hall will have an
Nr impartial conference this evening at the
Hj'' - Wigwam on Fourteenth street. It is under-
fgr .ictood that tho local political situation will bo
ffir discussed at length and that tho district
Ig jl)iefa will express their views regard-
VkjEi ,ing the union with tho County Democracy,
Kgj i. the make-up of the harmony ticket and other
OBk matters pertaining to the coming campaign.
M&i TThe Tmnmnny Hall County and Judiciary
KBfc' . CoaMiutjou convenes to-morrow evening.
UHk Tho convention will adjourn for a week .jtor
EMt- naming a committee to confer with tho
Br County Democracy, whobo convention meets
mm s uext Wednesday.
mmt, m i.
Hflfl f. Another Union Niunro nteriliif.
RftCj. p r. Shevltch called on President Berden, of tho
RjR&g t Part Department, tula morning, and renewed bis
m lappllcatlou for permlsslou to hold a rocctlu in
lBffi'' iTJnlon Square next Mondsy evening. The permit
EPHB- wasgranted. The meeting, Mr. Hhcvltch sari, Mill
pa "mv ju) Huuouallr large and will be addrcMOd by atnuelf
R17' - wil a numlicr of prominent ipe&kers, whose
Ml , 'principal subject will be the uuprovokvd assault
t?'i27?' . "cpinriilttod ,it Ifjtt tatnniy'a meeting by capt.
KHT' Mr. Slicyltoo was to have held a debate with Mr.
XHIvs- ,,eorge noxt tfasday evening, but owing to his
tfgr '-'Autntrdus enracejaeats. Ii nas written to llr.
Ejus. V I0? Wug him to poetpoBo the Utbte for one
ISLf iH" Virri. J-JMU.JIL -r-i -..
CONTINUE TO OFFER
Bn Their Various Departments,
Well Worthy of Immediate Attention
.32 to 36 West 23d Street
-23-tor -35- West22-d---StTeetr
To-morrow wo will make
flvo special and matchless
olTerins in our Cloak De
partment, as follows :
3,000 Heavy - woierlit
Checked Jackets, at 82.50;
would bo good value at $5.
BOO All-wool Checked
Newmarkets, with capes, at
$6.75 ; our regular price is
150 Mohair Seal Plush
Sacques, at $10.50 ; actually
One lot of 1,500 Wraps of
dilforent styles in Astrakhan
and Boucle Cloth, richly
trimmed and lined with
satin, will be offered to-morrow
at prices ranging froi
$7.50 to $15. Tho actual
value of these wraps is from
$15 to $35. Tho reputation
of our house is staked on
tho assertion that those are
the most extraordinary val-mrs-ye"l"tyffcvTi-
Wo shall also offer on
Thursday morning, at 9
500 dozen 4?Iutton Jvid
Gloves, 5 rows enibroidery,
with fancy welts", 49c To"
prevent .i'OJupetttors from.
buying these gloves we
shall sell no more than two
pairs to eacli customer.
Many other desirable bar--gai.
will be ftmr.:.-ihrtmgh-g-out
our llfty departments.
3d .Ave,, 69th and 60th Sts.
The Grain Murkrt.
The fccllUK on the door was Inclined to bearish
nets to-day at the opening ot the heat market on
dull public cables, heavy advices from the princi
pal Wmtern market!, a tlat cash business and
f:ood Interior receipts. 1 he opening prices show ed
n some cases fractional artatiou8 from the
final figures of jistcrday. After the opening a
nported decrease for the week of wheat on )as
sugc of sm.Ouo buphils, and a decrease In n heat
lu sight on sea and land of ii.Siti.ooo bushels, in
compared with tho same date last year, caused a
eomtwhat firmer feeling, but the market continued
tirydull, with December at nSc. bid, and c.port.
era buying modirutely.
The Cotton ainrket.
The early cables to-day were not fatorahlo to
any further advance In the cotton market, futures
being reported quiet without quotablo chango at
Liverpool. The rrsult was that futures opened
barely steady In the local market at About the
range of yesterday's closing prices,
with dull trading by the scalpers. Dur
ing the morning, business was without tped.it
feature of Interest. It was ventured as a hull point
that the Government Bureau reported that the total
exports of cotton for Beplember last had been 13,.
630,892 bales, against T,l0,03 bales for the corrcs.
ponding month last year, but this has already been
discountenanced ln the speculative dealings.
The Petroleum ninrkei
The " bull " clement ln the oil market are ap
parcctlyln full control for the moment. The
statistical showing of production and consump
tion, aa well as the rumors of tho " shut down "
movement hive bee n une l to work upon thf fr
lor prices were raised two points yesterday. This
lunrulug the market opened with a show of un
usual activity at U, the top price of yesterday, and
durlntr the first hour there was a sharp advance of
,'fc. , Jollojjedby a rau j of yc, t He
te Mtiir Bros.
40 pieces 54-inch, all wool,
Ladies' Dress Cloths, all de
sirable colors, at 47c. per
yard; Avorth 75c.
175 pieces Ladies' Habit
Cloths, all shades, at $1.00
and $1.25 per yard; good
value for $1.35 and $1.05.
60 pieces double-width
Cheviots and Tricots, all
wool, 49c. per yard ; cheap
All the now makes and
ciJQX9...vfDrjcvaa. JfxLkJis .at.
proportionately low prices.
(18th St. Station Elevated Road.)
HAVE NOW OPEN
Imported and Our Own Make, and
are also Prepared to take ordeiu.
Special attention given to
18th Street, lltli Street and
HOUSES, APARTMENTS & ROOMS.
Apartments nnd ltoom To X.rt Unfurnished.
T' "' " ' rnsewnx7-m " ''
MOnNINORIDB PARK Al'AriTME.VrS. 9lh ...
, nd lJSth it.. L .Ution ml cbl. ud horxcuss
,,"iit..o.lionluli. citjriitO lel sbot ud,wtri
til lis ht snd tannj flt. of 6, 8 and 9 room, tad btthi
iU.1 lcirorMiMiU ; J18 opwini i good sorrtc. Applr
St- bu$J .Alt 'yf'-w. .!,-
Alrd pfttd to more than
of the decetMd memben bj th
MUTUAL RESERVE FIB
Home Office, Potter Building
38 Park Row New York.
TfaU AwocUtiou continues to famish
ONE-HALF THE USUAL COST.
1 ,250,000.00 Cash Surplus,
It ii paytzur In caih more than
54,000.00 Per Day
to tb Widows and Orphan, nne doth cUim being pttd
on ad aTenge uf erery dajr In tb yer.
IU Cub 8 orpin ! tncro&tlnx vt tbs rats of mora tb&n
31,000.00 Per Day,
rdoctlon cf premium, compared with the rate
Farther particulars furnished at Home Offlce, 38 Tark
low, ftew York.
Board of Directors and CouncilOJINcers
TitCtti ttBSBiTB" rnnii"iiiir Associaliou.
ALFllKI) TAYLOR, Vice-President. Atturner, Mew
OIIAKLES It. lilSSKLL, Treasurer, Capitalist, New
Hon. iiEKRY OVKRSTOLil.- Ptwrldent Fifth Na
tions! Hank, ex-Msjor. Ht. luiuls. Mo,
.I011N.1, ACKKU, 1'ast Uraml Master A. O. U.
Albanr. K. Y.
SAHlllKI, A. KOtllNSON, M. I).. Chairtnan Tnrest
mentOinimlltm. West New nruiht"n.8tatrn Island.N.Y.
"" eFTl. (tnOtTN, Wholesale 1- i "rlUm- mtH.-'
ANTHONY N. llRADY, President llnnlcipaJOas
- -no.rllisns. X
rtrkoiucu rv . irjuii, ur.nu oecreiarr &. ... ....
NKWKLLW. BLOR8, Resident Vice-President Great
Britain, I ndon, hnaland.
yJAMltM W. llOWDEN, M. D., Medical Director, New
OKOUIlK Y. LAWRIF, Wholesale Dry Goods, of
Martin, Iluffum A Co., to White St., New York Cltjr.
FRhUKKIfiT. URAMAN. Secretary. New York City.
Hon HhNRY J. 1UI1NMUNU, Comptroller (late Su
perintendent of Insurance, Htateof Ohio )
Hnrgeon-Oen hlr W. llUYKR H1INTKR, M, P.,
F. R O P., K. 0. M. O., M. D . Chief Medical Ill
rector for Oreat Hritsln, London. England.
T1I0S W. JOHNSON. Wholesale Dry Goods, John
son, Mutton A Co.. Msltimore. Md.
WARRING KENNKDY, Wholesale Dry Goods, Tor
lion. HENRY L. LAMM, lite Bank Superintendent
Bute of New York, Troy, N. Y.
I THOS. P. BALDWIN. Wholesale Cotton Goods, Bald
win A Cn.le, Baltimore, Md.
WM. WIIXON. Manufacturer, Toronto, Ont.
FRRDEHICK B. PARKER, Chairman Death Claim
Committee, Attorney, New York City.
WILLIAM MILLER, Director uf Atencles. New York
L. D. LUDW1G. Superintendent, Trie, Pa.
GEORGE R. McClIESNhY, Adjuster, New York
J. M. STEVENSON and II. W. T. AMSDEN, Assist
ant Secretaries, New York City.
.1ULIUBW. kRAFFT. Cashier, New York City.
u. u. uiAjoa, inspector oi Agents.
THE CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK,
TRUBTKF OF TONTINE RESERVE FUND.
A. J. CAIMEYER,
161, 163, 165, 167, 169 Sixth Ave.,
COKNEIl 1UT1I ST.
THE REST TOSSIBLE SHOE FOR THE MONYE
THAT HAS EVFR BEEN OFFERED IN THIS MAR
KET. AND WHICH 1IA8 SUCCESSFULLY STOOD
THE T ST OF ACTUAL WEAIt AND TEAR IN ALL
WEATHER AND IN EVERY SEASON IS MY
TRADE (A. J. C.) MARK LINE OF $2.50 SHOES.
THIS SHOE IS NO EXPERIMENT. ITS CON
TINUED AND GREATLY INCREASED BALE IS
THE BEST EVIDENCE OF ITS SUBSTANTIAL
CUSTOMERS TELL ME THAT IT CANNOT BE
PRAISED TOO HIGHLY.
. Jr.J!.K.k'JSO'JIFrMJESUU '"HAT BTVLE Oil
SHAPE Or t.HOE IS PREFERRED. I CAN GUAR.
AN n:i: A PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION IN
- . " INSTANCE WITH THIS JU1TLY CELL-.
1IUATFDL1NE0F GOODS, WARRANTED JULLY
JCQiUU XQ.AJ.Xi ?iJPJ:i?i.,UL''wVA.BIf.t
EVERi'THI.Vf. IN THE SHAPE OF FOOTWEAr.
I OR MN WOMAN OR CHILD AT PRICES FAR
BELOW ANY OniFR DEALER.
MIOI'PINH II V .HAII,.
BY OUR THOROUGH MAIL-ORDER SYSTEM
PI.0P1.K OUT 01' TOWN CAN BE SERVED A3 SAT
Ibr AOIORILY AS IF THEY APPL1LD IN Pl.RSON.
OLIi NEW I ALL ILLUSTKATLD CATALOGUE
AND PRICK LIS! IS NOW READY, AND IS
MAILED FEEL ON APPLICATION.
A. J. CAMMEYER,
SIXTH AYI'-Min, tJOUNKIt lttTII ST.
" FURLEY & BUTTRUM "
English Morino Underwonr.
JAAIES 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.
. i t ...
LIVE AND LET LIVE,
roit. cnJWMiftBW yokk.
... iVKTKU. AND f'IIOI IIIIL'SK,
Allth. Delicacies of lb Season sereed In VJrt-01.t.
rAlrlo.Car.ulrs, McCaull A Co.'s MonongaheU Woiio
The New York and StaUn Island Utewlsg Company's
OFFICFR. TO LIBERTY RT., NEW YORKl
SJJ FULION ST., BRlrOKLYN.
THURSDAY, OCT. 13.
at 12o'olock, in the
mtOOKI.YN HL'AI. i:htai b exchange.
No. 31)3 1-ul ton at., IlrooUlyn.
TWO GREAT ESTATE SALES
OF BROOKLYN PROPERTY,
ESTATE OF MEIER ROSENBERG, DEC'S.
SPLENDID BUSINESS PROPERTY.
Nos. 43 and 43 Fulton st. 4-torj and bawment Brick
Dulldine adjoin! n Long Island Bank, Iron front anperb
No, 105 Wishing ton at., between Proapect and York
U, 2-etorjr Attic and Basement Ilonae.
ESTATE OF ELISHA BLOOMER, DEO'D, Ao,
No. 141) Lafayette ave,( corner of Carlton are. 3X
atory Bnlldinf . drag store on ground floor, upper part
used for church, and d wo 111 tig apartments abore.
No. 147 Lafayette ave.. adjoining aboTe The two
pieces together are, with courtyard, 50x93 feet, and the
No. 63 Honth Flliot place, between Lafayette and De
-Kalbarei-r a ry lifjwatwia 4tft ssw4 Lt-.-flna-location.
No. 208 Wyckoff at., near Bond at. 2-story and baae
ment brick llooae. with lot.
- -Jfo83)4 Donglaai -4.,oear Smith it.-2-rtory and
beeement brick llunsc, with lot
- Va. J 00? Vi.zr -;.. r Bdx . 3' a Wey-i i
baaemnnt brown tnn IIoum, 20i43, lot 110.
and basement frame Houses and Lota.
baaemeut bonble brick Tenement, 35x40x100 splendid
Maps ready at Auctioneer1! offices.
. TUHDAV, OCT. 18,
AT 1 O'f'i.OCK, ON PHUMISES.
II K KAMI A VIC. IIUOOKIVN,
..vr "r-- inr,nLintrujnrAV . .
369 Elegant Lots
NICHOLAS N. WVCKOFF FAIt.1I,
between properties of Peter Wyckoff and P. T. Barnun,
IN THE EIOHTEENTH WARD.
Greatest Booming Locality
These anperb lots are in the
LINE OF UREAT IMPROVEMENTS.
The completion of the EleTatert, on which the oars will
soon be running, will doable their value. Fir. car lines
run to the property,
EVERYBODY TO THE FUUNT.
Do not miss this (olden opportunity
TO NIICUltE THESE LOVELY LOTH.
Property Is altnated on WyckofT, De Kalb, St. Nloho-
las and Greene ares.. Elm, Stockholm, Stanhope. Illm-
rod and Harmon sts., and ia surrounded on all aldea by
ROYAL RHODE ISLAND CLAMBAKE
by Weeka, under the ooloasal tent, at
OIULLIANT .HUSItl IIY 23D UEGIAIENT
A. D. Fobs, Leader.
For descriptive maps and particulars apply to the offloes
of the Auctioneer, or of O. W. Brown, 410 Bedford
are., Brooklyn, E. D.. or of Gen. Meeerole, corner of
Broadway and Kent ave., Brooklyn, K. D.
SATURDAY. OCT. M,
GREAT AUCTION SALE,
NEWBURG, N. Y.
THURSDAY, OCT. 27,
at 1 o'clock, on premises,
FLUSHING, L. I.,
Hubdlnded Into 7 farms, aa follows
Fnrm'Niuuufi- 1 llrmulvray and .llurrny'.
I.nnr, 70ninl tt31.KMtOi.rree. "
rurin Numbir ' Murray's Lane and Bny
lilr nvs)., 4b anil 01)4. IOOO ncrrs,
l'nriu Number a-Ilaylae uve.. 4Si and 600.
-I' in in Number 4 Isnyetrle ulF. and Wblts
li.nK.uil, u4nnd 168-1000 acres,
i Farm Number 5 llevelile ., and Vliltr
Mliliolt.,ti: rki...d)l.tUOnVre.. " r '
l'nriu MiunbiT O-W liltetone nnd Wlllett'e
I'oim Knuili.. 05 ud 1)4 1-1 000 aires.
T'miii Uoiul una Uaj.idD uvc, ajl nnd Ua!I
This Is the finest Property ln
Queens t. .uhty. It w ...usted tnThe
VILLAGE OF FLUSHING,
and It Is to be npremptorlljr aold by order of the
sopRfr&ii : court;
In, pivrtltlini. nnilrr illrertli n of
ltl ward f. liiUlii,r... Iteleree.
John I'.. I'lirsoiiN. eeq., 1'liilnt Ill's Attorney.
.Ilnpa ittid purtlculnre in it letvduys.
TUURSDAVT NOV. 3,
nt 1 fi'dook.oii thoprcnil.rs.
FLUSHING, L !.,
CSUKAT SALE OI VII.LAUK LOTS,
by order of
SUPKEJIKCOUIM'. IN PARTITION.
l'OU'llO.N OK l..rATH OK WALTEU
IJOWNE. IlEi EASED,
under direction nt
I'dwnrd S. lliikiu, e.u,, Kcrrree.
John 1.. 1'itreniis, csii.. Pliilulllt's Aitnrnoy.
lor Jlnim unit tiHriliulnre at nil ol abure
alee iiiiply tu llir Aurtlnnerr at bl unices,
IO Llbri ly at., New I ark, nnd 31)3 I'nllon sstT.
at V2 o'clock. In the
BROOKLYN REAL KSTATE EXCHANGE,
UUJ 1 Ul.l ON ST., IIKOOIU.Y.N,
Oreat adjourned sale,
- bj order of
Supreme Court, in partition.
M Ol, BAY RIDOE PROPERTY,
under direction of Hinryrl. Rasquln, esq.. Referee,
rorraspssndpsrtloularaof all of tho alKive'ules apply
to JKllh .JOilNMl.N. Jn., Auctioneer. CO.Uberty st..
New Yoik, and J'JJ 1 ulton at., Brooklyn.
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
OF THE MAISNII'ICENT
HAMILTON GRANGE PROPERTY,
ON ST. FilGHOLAS, CONVENT AND
I40TH TO I45TH ST.
U'lll be lield at Ibe ltenl Estate Excbance. at
I 'J o'clock, .!.,
TUESHAY, OCT. 23.
niaps and Inloruintlon at ibe Auctioneers'
Office, L. J. it I. Phillips, 140 Ilroadtray.
Far Male Lome Istnad.
5QAf EACH-Best. Ravenswood lolai 81.600. a
tlon. Ueo. It. Perry. MO West lttfth st.
'" HteLP WAKTAJb-FEMAJsET
3.1RI WANTED at ths Oastl. Braid Co., 101 and
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B. ALTMAN & GO,
WILL OFFER ' I
Thursday, Oct, 13, J
SPECIAL LOW PRICES. '.
Blai3k Rhadames, $1.19 per yar(J.
Novelty Plush and Velvet, $1.87 per yardJ
Velvet Novelties, 87c. per yard.
IdOLLlT DRWTSBRICS, ALLUOL0RS7"
Black Beaded Gimp, 98c. per yard.
Black Beaded Ornament Fringe, $2.25
Plain and Watered all-silk Ribbons at 9c.f
12c, and 14c. per yard.
A full line of
Ladies' and Children's
Fall ml Winter Merino Merieac
including Ladies' heavy Merino, full regular
made Vests and Drawers at 58c.
Xadiea' .ribbed wool and alsaSilkVestSr 7Sc.r-
Ms Merino Underwear. !
" " A full line of "Allen Solly's" Merino ( andl"
Non-Shrinking Underwear. Also Brettle's? i
Silk Underwear ; pndtJSpecial. Prices L.
Men's full regular-made MennvUndfci f
wear at 78c, $1,15 and $1.95 each. !
!8tii Street, I9tii Street and 6fh Avenue
(18th Street Station Elevated Itoad.)
si.oo FOLIAGE 8l00
8io EXCURSION sl-
81.00 to 81.00
8100 SHOHOLA GLEN 8l'00
81.00 on the 81.00
8,00 ERIE RAILWAY. 8,.oo
The rentct single ilnv exrursion out ol
New Yrk. I'revloue exrnreloiis nroTlns; so
Mirccssfiil. bveperlnl reiiuest a week-uny ex.
curaluu w II b. muon
THURSDAY, OCT. 13.
'In nrlilltloi to tile nnrnernus nttrnrtlona at
ritiolioln tJlen, Ibe apcclul train will rim
tbrauab Newark, I'ntirsoii .Mliidletown. Part
JervU andotber welUknoivn place., rro.)tif
nmlparallellnat tbrllnmaiio, Wnrwlck. Wnlli
kill, Neveralnk nnd llelnware Viillur In lull
loin at the Mil wmiuunk n'id oilier moiin.
tains, CKIIHHINn tbe nlaclil I'nonla nnd pin.
turexqun Uelnwiirti Itivrrn. t'roui the car
wludona an unobatrni led vlrw at the brnult
lul piuarnma ol nntiirr'a bnnillwork ran be
bnddurliip tUe ronllnunua Jnurur. tberombu
nntlon beiiiii replxc wlili the beautiful Au.
tiiiiin.tlntrd leares) a. tbry appear on ibe
mountain aide ''lid In lUo valley. Sevrral
hours will be allorded exrur.lonlsUt. explore
ibet'len, returning by sperlnl train early In
the evenlnar, Mncclal trnln leave. Gliniiiurr
Street N.ntlon.O.ia A. .)!.; 23d at., O A. JII
fare KI.00 far the round trip.
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MERBHANT TAILORING DEPT.
KEEP MAN'F'C CO. '
OUH FALL AND WINTER STOCK.
MAKERS, IB NOW COMPLETE.
WE GUARANTEE OUR GLOTIIINO TO BE A!
GOOD A3 .ANY PRODUCED IN NEW YORK WITH.'
out GiiARama the exorbitant prices owl
HOUSES MAKINQ GOODS OF EQUAL MERIT. j .
OUR MrliCIAT.TIi'S FOR THIS SEASON;' A
FIRST QUALITY FOREION MATERIALS.': ff
EITHER IN CHEVIOT OR WORSTED SUITS. Atf I
-630.00. I "
l'OREION CHINCHILLA. MELTON OR KKB-k I
SBYS, FOR VTINTBIl OVERCOATS, AT 830.00. I
THE ABOVE WE GUARANTEE THE VERY BEST A
TRIMMINGS AND WORKMANSHIP, AND AS f
GOOD AS ANY PRODUCED IN NEW YORZ TOB I
IK YOU WANT CHEAPER WORK WB CANNOT I
MAKE IT. OUR DEPARTMENT BEINO ORGAN. I.
IZED FOR THE BEST WORKMANSHIP ONLY All' 1
OUR STORE. 1
610 BROADWAY. I
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