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Hi 4 THE EVENING WORLD: MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887:
Wmil R00MB C0PNTT8 DEMOCRATIC) HOW.
Kil -MitrTork Cortom-noimo Employees Aceos.4
Hjft' of Tcratelona ActtTlty. '
B f V Becorde W. F. Downs, of Bfnghcziton,
B& Nnontc tho callers at tho headquarter of
K MfcoDcmoorftUoStotoOommittoe ivtthe Iloff
Htjr v Houso to-dav. He said that the f aotions
H&f fight within the Domocratio party in Broome
H(f i County 'wm a Tory serious one, and might
H?y ' f xt the State tlckot a groat many Toto.
R-V,V, "The State Oommitteo," he eontinned,
K.V' should take some action. There are two
Hp' KDempcratlo county tiokota.tn the field and
Kp ' two 'Democrats are running for Assembly.
H .Broomo is a Bcpublican county, and if the
K split in the Domocratio party continues I nm
R't, I Certain that it will cost the Btoto ticket hurt.
K. Sired of rotoi. The entire trouble bos boon
Hhi JcftuscdbyUie'pornicionaactlTlty'of Fedoral
Rf, .office-holders. They have used their posi.
BK' ikma to control caucuses and ototawb dele-,
Hf. tfate to nominating conrentlons. The honest
IHI ItDemooraU of Broome County are thorough-B''-,
Ty dWustod with the ofuce.holdlng bossos. I
Hk ' Ifeaye laid before tho State Oommitteo a moni
k, 'festo signed by tho most prominent Demo
KC raU of our county, protesting against the
V, usurpation and bossismof the federal office
tfi The manifesto is a long one Hero ore
Hfe; some extracts from it :
1 "For about two weeks preceding the so
Hk ealled Democratio OonrenUon, First Deputy
Si.' i Collector of the Port of New Tork. Charles
nP; DstIs, Mr. James O. Truman, of the Treasury
HT. 'Department, and Messrs. King, Daridson,
k;, Leo, Terhune, Tuttle, Lorkins andSulliTan,
H?; of the'Kew York Oustom-House, appoints.
fcjt In reality of Mr. Darls, spent their time in
HfV t efforts by ererr species of political cajolory,
B. 1rety, intimidation, trickory and chlca
m; sexy, in short, by all the tricks of the most
V. 'smscrupulouspartisan politics to manipulate
&: ' iSeprfinarieS in the interest of Mr.DarU.
K The FostmasUrs throughout the county
Hri ) werepenerallr similarly employed.
I'r v " The so-called Democratio County Convon
Kfk 'Mon was Domocratio only in name. It was
HRiv ' Ithe fruit of Oustom-House interference in its
Hv primaries, and was run by Custom-Houso in
I' .VA"trferenoe whon assembled, for no other pur-'.,-T
.pose than to gire a fictitious and fraudulent
k hrinillcation to Collector Datls.
K - V " How cn clerks be expected to be efficient
Kf In the Oustom-House at New Tork when they
Hr ispend weeks in Broome County in running
B-Sr jeaucuses and conyentions t
K' " Certainly eight men from the New Tork
,' Oustom-House, besides Deputy Collector
H ; a Charles Darls, were there before and during
Kf- the oonrentions. Since June Mr. DstIs has
HL spent more time in this county than in New
Z York. He is the dispenser of the Federal pat
K: 'ronage for the southern tier of counties.;'
HRr Wed a DlTOTced Man far Fan.
MP (fraoui, zo ns xrxnxa woblo.)
Bf Habisok, Wis., Oct. IT. News of a singular
BC Smarrlage tn FalrCeia Ckianty list weet is creatlog
E' a good deal of talk throngnont tne State, tboagb
H 4rerjr effort bas been made to suppress tns news.
Rj-' Edward Ton, a station agent, forty years old, wss
KC ont walking wltn a party when lie met Miss Clara
kV rotter, nineteen jears old, who was driving wltn
'R. 0. Ilene, who ! a Justice of the Peace. The
R .tonTersatlon turned on marriage, and one of the
K , pirtr lanchlnglr snggested that Mr. Foss and MUi
lJ Totter be married, as lilts rotter would
Ber only have to drop the last three letters
HYS 'of Uer name and add an "a." The parties
B(i . tonenrred Jokingly, and Mr. Bene performed
v the ceremony. Next day the serlom nalnre of the
i' affair dawned upon them and people In thoYUlage
K tand here are Tory mnohlnterettea. MUs Jotter Is
Kfl fbe daaghttr of IT. a Totter, a millionaire lum-
f'j berman. Bhe has since the oeenrrenoe kept her
H.-' room at home, and la gTeatly distressed. Friends
K: ,of the couple tee no w7 ont of U but divorce. Mr.
H Mts was formerly married, but wss divorced, lstt
Hv loot Itonore to Gen. IUlpatilck.
Kl TlaMors began to anlve at the City nail early
H' ithla morning to take a last look at the features of
Hff' en. Jndson Ellpatrlok, whose body Is, lying In
KSk state In the Governor's room, bnt they saw only
Kf the tlag-ebvered casket laden with Sowers and
HbC palm branches. The casket has not been opened
Hf alnoe yesterday morning, when a number of the
Hi' dead soldier's relatives gazed for the last time on
ffiti .tit face, nor will It be opened again. The gnard
fc'i- of honor from KUpatriok I'ott Its, O. A. It., Is
K Still on duty.
PJJJM The members of the Pott will assemble at their
HCe headquarters to-morrow monrinr at B.15 o'olock
mi and proceed at once to the City llall to escort the
Hw v body to the West Bhore depot, where It will be
t (placed on the 1L 15 train for west Point. Thepall-
K bearers will be oen. it. A. Alger, ex-Oovernor of
V 'Mlohlssn, oen. William T. Jewett, John Loomlt,
Si 'Gen. John Hammond, ex-Benator O. A. Bobart,
Jr jmd Oen. B. W. Blocum. The line of maroh will
wr lie thronsh Broadway to Union Square, around the
Kf (Washington Monument, down Fifth avenue to
H Canal street to the Dcsbrosscs street f errp.
f, 1 A Flirt In a Flht.
Eg' ' A lively row between two well-dressed menst-
KJi j, .tracted a large crowd In Union Square Park at a. to
H&? p'clock yesterday afternoon near the cottage. Park
Erfi Officer Patrick Uann wedged his way through the
Hv -lathering and parted the prlnolpals, who tmmedt-
JJjt, 'ately aocuaed each other of assault, one was Mr.
K A. A. Jergena,a norlst, of II West Union square.
s? sd the other Edward Lola, an Italian waiter, of
HfJD. lUEist Twenty-fourth street. According to the
HBfy stories told, Jergens was sitting on a bench with a
Kv, friend when Lola and two ladles walked by. Jer-
Wm4 kens apoke to his friend In German, taylng:
Hf ' Let us play mash on these two women. "
Si Tola understood the language and said: I
HWV. think yon had better mind jour own business and
HK' let respectable ladlet alone."
S&r J(.Tgons replied, and then the two men used their
rcr 'llit'i. In the Jenerson Market rolloe Court thlt
KM Wornlng Justice Gorman sned Jergens tlOand
Pv dlaoharged Tola.
if ;" l7
HI" Stoves, Bedding,
mm. ' FURNITURE,
Hr? Refrigerators; Crockery,
K i CARPETS,
; Pictures, Curtains.
Mr ( Everything for Housekeeping
HL tl53 I55 157-159. i6if 163, 165
BK : Chatham Street,
Ri Park Row,
Hep ' Set. City Hall & Chatham Square Elevated
Mts R. R. Sutions,
Wk; y NEW YORK.
Sp, Credit or Cash Discmint.
HBi' &! "nt everywhere. Price littt mailti
BB 'fai cm of plication.
I, J MLSFTT Ctt0T3HINGr 00,,
K 1H Third av mhut lth U
6TH AVE. AND I9TH ST.
Grand AnniYersaiy Bargain Sale.
Wo nre celebrating tho first anni
versary of the opening; of this Depart
mcnt,and testifying onr appreciation Tor
therpast year's patronage, by presenting
tho Wonderful Bargains enumerated
below. The prices rve name are made
for this sale only. Profits ore not thought
Ladles' French Kid Button BmU, worth
. 80.70, at .
Bsteta, Ooodrear welt, and aeld far ethere far .
band-ten ed, worth C3.0O, at
Imiltm' Kid Barton n.ota, aoft plnmp stock,
eon.lo ordinary Vhroo-Dollar D.ot. ols
SI. 75 Pair.
Allmca' bri(bt s.at aprloa be.l Baits. Doota,
worth 82. lo, at
SI. 4 8 Pair.
Allmeo' and Dora 'wer-re.Utln" pebble
aprlna Ooots aood valne at 80,
SI. 29 Pair.
n.T' seamless Ilnttoa and Lacs Shoes, ex
tension aolss, fair stlteb, Wanhenphast,
worth 8S.T0. at
Child's atralcht ont spring; Ilnttsn Boots,
sices O to 8, worth Sl.OO, nt
' 99c. Pair.
Infants' Kid tns-b.cl Button Boots, worked
bnttonholos. slaeo B to O. at
I.adlss' Kid Opsraaad Common Seas Slip
per, all widths, worth 81.00. at
Ladles' Tjamba'-wool Soles, wnrrantsd eark
Wo carry tho most complete stoek of One
baud-mad. Cncll.b Walktnc Boots, nlso the
finest 'lines oritllsses'. Boys' and Children's
" w.ar-resU tln " Shoes to bo found Jn this
city. W" cnarantee lit and wear, and prleos
rally OnsThlrd less than any other house.
GTU AVK. AND 10TU ST.
New York, 66 & 68 West 14th St.
Brooklyn, 269 & 271 Fulton St.
Paris, 26 Rue d'Enghien.
TIM) VTILL BO A HUSHING tVEKEFOR US.
COOLER WEATHER IS JUST ABOUT IlEMWDntO
LADIES THAT IT IS TIME iTO DISCARD BUMMER
HBADWEAR AND LOOK FOR FELT AND VEL
VET HATS AND BONNETS.
IN EXPECTATION OF THIS GREAT RUSH. WE
ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WH ARE
PREPARED TO PROVHiS EVERT ONE OF OUR
PATRON8 WITH ANY ARTICLE IN OUR LINE.
WE WERE NEVER BETTER EQUIPPED FOR AN
EXTENSIVE TRADE THAN JU8T NOW, AND OUR
WILL BE OUND ALL THAT CAN BE DESIRED
STYLE, 8U1PE JHfl QUALITY.
A8 WELL AS
Wit HAVE rXAOKDSON THE IIAHGA1N
COUNTKK A LIMITED qUANTITV OF
FINE FUR FELT
Hats and Bonnets
TS ALL COLORS ANDJDKST SHAPES, AT
THEY ARE WORTH JUST DOUBLE THAT,
WE CAN STOP ALL THE LITTLE BOYS AND
GIRLS CHYINO FOR A NEW HAT OR CAP.
LOVELY SHAPES IN FELT AND CLOTH GOODS
IN ALL DESIRABLE COLORS.
Fancy and Ostrich Feathers
IN LAKOE VARIETY. RIBBONS, JETS. ORNA
MBNT8, VELVETS AND NOVBLTIBB IN TRIM.
MDfO .EFFECTS IN PROFUSION.
OFFICKS, to'liinEnTY ST., NEW YORK
810 FULTON ST., BROOKLYN.
. TUKBDAY, OCT. IB,
llli KALII AVIS.. IIUOOKLYN,
369 Elegant Lots
NICnOLAH N. tVYCKOFF FARM,
btwnn propirtlo ol rter WokoS and P. T. Duinm,
""" , IN THE SiaHTRENTU WARD.
Oreafost Boouiinpr Locality
Thswi nimrb loU nr in tht
LINK OP UHEAT IMVHOVRMEIfTS.
Th eompittion of th kUftd. on which tho cr will
oon b ninnin, wtU doabU thrfrT-uu. Jilroeavr lin
run to th propertr,
Da sot ulu this sald.a opportunity
TO RRCUHU TI1KMK l.OVI'.I.Y LOTH.
Property Is ritantod on WrokoB, De Klb, St. Njebo.
1m nad Qren. stm., Elm, Stockholm, HUnhops. Him
rod mnd Usnnon sts., snd U sarnranaed on .If sldM by
ROYAL RHODE ISLAND CLAMBAKE
br Weeks, nndrth. cokxul tent, t
BRILLIANT- OIUHIO UY 23 D lUIOIMENT
A. D. Foha, Lender.
For dMCTfpttT insps and partlonlar. apply tn the ofBees
of U Anolloneer, or ot O. W. llrown, ilO Bedford
ara., Brooklrn, R. D., or of Oen. Meerrole, oorner of
BroadmrandKsntaTS., Brooklyn, K. I).
SATURDAY. OCT. 71.
QREAT AUCTION SALE,
NEWBURG, N. Y.
TUESDAY. NOV. I,
BROOKLYN HEAL ESTATH KXCHANGE.
NO. 303 FULTON HTUKKT.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE.
POSITVIS AND FiniKftlPTOKY.
4:0 SUPERB LOTS,
UNION AND FLA'A HTHEET8,
and within a stone's throw of
DUO HAW KTltKET,
nr.TWEEN T11 AND ATII AVENUES.
UNION AND FJLAVSA MTItEKTH, near 9th are
Fonrof theoboloeat, moftauparbandelecantLoUon
weitern alope of Pnupeot Park. Nothlns saperior In
Brooklyn. Themo.tootlrbaUdJnailn tha olty ara
wltnln a atone'a tbrow of the property.
DEMUAWHTILUKT. north side, oommenolnf ISO
feat oast of Sth ara. Nineteen enperh LoU.
DEUltAW HTKIiliT, aouth .Id., oommenranc 183
f oet eart of Fifth arenne. Fifteen anperb LoU. Ve
sraw street U sraded. pared, aewered i haa water and
(Si LoU fenced and planted with choloe treei.
Adjaoant property finely ImpoTed.
Terms aaayi tO per cent, nay remain on bond and
mgrtf ace for three years at 6 per oent. lntereet.
Form.pt and .11 partlcul.r. apply to JKKK. JOnN
SON. Jn., No OOLlbtrtyat., NewYork, orNo.39anl.
BROOKLYn'ukAL Si) ATE EXCHANOE,
803 FULTON ST., BltUUlUYN,
Great adjonrned aale,
by order of
BupremeOonrt. In partition.
. ., OF BAYJtIDOE PAOPUHTY,
nnder direction of Henry S. Raaqnln, u.n., Referee.
. FoTJnapiendpsrtlenlaraat allot the aborebalea apply
toJEitEJOllftloSjIS.. Auottoneer. 60 (Liberty &",
NawYork, and SOS Fulton ;t., Brooklyn.
NO. ldOnilOADWAY, C'OIt. LinimTY ST.
L. J. & I. PHILLIPS
bag to announce that by order ot
MR. W. H. DE FOREST
they will oiler nt auction, on
lllTTsTlCITm s TIT V "wFM k Ss rt Mu
lUiiOUJII, UUXi 0, AOOJ,
at IS o'clock AL. at Iho Kenl Hatnte lix-
rlianir, AO Liberty at.,
the remainder of bis lots on the celebrated
HAMILTON GRANGE ESTATE
betas the former homettead of Alexander Hamilton and
.elected by htm on account of It. healthfulneu and high
altitude, being 130 feetabore tide-water.
Situato from 140th to 145th st.,
10th and Convent avos.. Ham
ilton Torraco and St.
IT IB IN TH1 CRNTKR OF GRAND MI.
The entire 300 lota being restricted to prlrate dwell
Inxa, offer adrantafea never to be hid aaatn on thla
Tho property la rer? easy ornrcrns, the cable
rond pua.lus on lOlli Ate. umi tin) 1-IStb bt.
Mlnllon belnti within 300 nrdn tllntanl.
Alnps mid Inroruintlou nt tlm Auctlnnrera'
odlce, L. J. iV I. l'llll.l.ll'.s, no llrandwuy,
corner of Liberty at.
TO INTEREST PAUKNTS AND MAKE THE LIT
TLE ONES HAPPY. WE HAVE ARRANGED A
PiFKUIAL KALI! OF CI1ILHHK.VH OI.OTIJ
INO VOIt THlM WEEK. THERE ARE OVER
FOUll THOUSAND SUITS TO CHOOSE FROM.
AND IN EVERY INSTANCE WE HAVE MADE A
KBDUCTION OF flO l-HH CENT. THAT THE
INDUCEMENTS, ON THIS OCCASION, MAY BE
SUFFICIENT TO ATntAOT TO OUR JUVE
NILIS DKFAHT.MEM' THE LARGEST
TRADE IN THE CITY. AS AN IL
LUSTRATION OF Till! F.XTK.AOUIU.
NAKILY LOW PRICKS. HERB ARE UOY.V
KNEE FANTH, STRONG AND DURABLE. AT 30
CKNTft. CIULDUHN'H OVUKCOATS. WARM
AND HKRVICEABLP. 2.50. IKIYM' SUITS,
LONO PANTS, FORMKRI " 10 AJ$D S12, NOW Ha
AND fj(l. UAHIlMEltn, C'OUDUHOY AND
FLAITiHt 8UITS. 3, W DitTII . LAWN TEN
NIS FLANNEL HHllir WAISTS, EXTRA
QUAUTY. 7B CENTS, AND TO MAKE THE
BOYS HAPPY. THEY CAN HAVE THEIR.OHOICE
FROM ANY OF OUR 20-OENT FOLD CAPS AT 8
Max StatUer & Co.,
Broadway Cor. Grand St..
8th Ave., Cor. 40th St.
FUR LINED GARMENTS,
ALASKA SEAL SACQUES.
Quality 1-38 Inch Ions, $115; 40 M long, $135; 42 inch lone, $155.
finality 1-38 inch long, $135; 40 inch long, $155; 40 inch long, $175.
Our own make and warranted to be the best London
dyed and dressed sealskins. Also.
45 Alaska Seal Sacques at $95, 24 Alaska
Seal Newmarkets and Dolmans at $225.
FORMER PRICES FROM $350 TO $425.
95 Sicilienne Circulars, Squirrel Lined, at $19.
FORMER PRICE, $26,50.
All of the above Garments will be found ex
ceptionally cheap and worthy of Immediate atten
tion. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
ALASKA SEAL JACKETS,
BOAS, GAPES, MUFFS, GLOVES. AND FUR TRIMMINGS
ART EMBROIDERY DEPARTMENT.
TURKISH VELOUR CUSHIONS, 27-INCH SQUARE, 88c.
TURCOMsN TABLE COVERS, 1 1-2 YARDS SQUARE, $1.87.
TURKISH VELOUR SOFA COVERS. $3.88.
FRENCH MADRAS TABLE COVERS AT $1.19 and $1.83.
TAPESTRY AND PLUSH MANTEL LAMBREQUINS AT $2.87.
Novelties in Florentine Embroideries and Gilt and
Colored Metal Tidies, for interior decorations.
32 to 36 West 23d Street.
23 to 35 West 22d Street.
F. ROBERT DELURY
Reliable TaUorlng at strictly moderate
charges, 2C0 IJowcry, between Prince
and Houston Sts. '
Our Autumn and Winter stock of
WOOLIjENS represents one of the Inrjc
est and most varied collections of Fine
Novelties exhibited In this city. Speci
men prices :
Three and four button STORKING
COATS nnd WA18 TCOATS, suitable for
Hulf-Dress wear, $20, $25 and $80.
Full lino of TROUSERINGS, from
$5.50 to $10.
All Roods to order.
No connection with any other house.
256 Bowery, bet. Prince and
Houston Sis. Open evenings.
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
OP TUB MAONIl'ICKNT
HAMILTON GRANGE PROPERTY,
ON ST. NICHOLAS, CONVENT AND
I40TH TO I45TH ST.,
Will be held at tue Itanl Uatate Kxcbannc, at
lie o'clock .11.,
TI1KHDAV, OQT. 25.
Tim rutlre 300 lota belli a; rratrlctcd to prWnte
Iwulllniia, uflers oitTnutajiea never unnlu to
be bad on thla lalnutl.
Mapa sod Information at lbs Auctioneers'
Olllce. 1,. J. A: 1. 1 hill pa. HO Broadway. '
atfatZBVHHBBBBsaw ltatadtkra'latlMrnUk, arstaw
Ssr "... r WIm. ri sPaiuxtu ts trta .r
asoarflBBBjasaw' Midtlar llUicll, puMM,7ifffl
aCt.ua.u. JnOIdiMkUf Ikmj f K1T 1U1T UrniallX
VZZSJyH taMarfaa jaaai M Haaith aaiVlroroua Btrsarth
rCKKD W TarM HaatW. aalairaatallf aaallUata, AUrau
M.iaSjai j saaaaaaaaaaaaayaaaWlBBiiiytfl
k Boiler M
40 pieces 54-incli, all
wool, Iindies' Dress Cloths,
all desirablo colors, at 47c.
per yard ; worth 75c.
175 pieces Ladies' Habit
Cloths, all shades, at $1.00
and SI. 25 per yard ; good
value at $1.35 and S1.G5.
CO 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, 50 m 52 wost m SI.
WJtaaaaJgV),;Auav,g Sijfe' vlSaaaaa
POSITIVELY LAST DAL
$1.90. 10 $1.90.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE.
2,000 Boys' Winter Cape Overcoats
exactly same as the out, at
Warranted All Wool and worth $8 to
To-morrow positively the last day of
this special sale. Save your money and all
Hoi a! Livepl Will Co,
86-88 BOWERY, COB. HESTER, BETWEEN CANAIi AND
Of 14th Street.
GRAND CLEARING-OUT SALE TO REALIZE;
lUOH MOQTIKTTKS, 81.00 TIIE TAHD. nKAI' BHUSSELS LAOB, M.OT PAm. : '
ROYAL -WILTONS, 1.60 TUB YARD. OOLBKnT OR IR13U POINT LAOE, SS.MTAIE.
CHENILLE AXUHiSTERS, 1.7S THE YARD. OLUNY LAOE, $3.25 FAIR.
BODY BRUSSELS. B-FRAMB, 1.00 TUB YARD. antiquh LAOB. 8X75 PAin.
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, FROM aTXo. UP. '
REVERSIBLE BRUSSELS. YARD WIDE. 8L00 UP. NOTTINGHAM. 91M PAIR. ,
OROSSLEY VELVET RUQ8 : AND I"AIWE VARIETY OP AMTiqUBBiAO
0-a, 81x117 INOHES, 8J3.B0 BAOIL BEDSPREADS AND SOARFS) AXSO.TDBOOV.
10-A, 100x132 INCHES, 823.00 EACH. MAN PORTIERES. AT Sl.OO PAIR.
18-4. 117x153 INqnES. S15.00 EACH. OHENILLE PORTIERES, $5.75 PAUt.
li-a, 129x172 INCHES. $55.00 EACH. TABLE COVERS FROM $2.00 UP. '
These prices are so loir that m cannot enarantea the stock ire hare ta bold amf
Terr lonr, and ask an early call. v ,
Nos. 22, 24 and 26 East 1 4th Street .
NEAR UNION SQUARE.
SAFE PROFITABLE 1HVESTWEHT.
Some Questions Answered by tne Hart
ford Post About the Tortillta Mines,
Since th fcrttcU flwicripllTO of the TortlllU Gold and
BUrtr Minim Oompanj ppxod In tho Erenins Pott,
the publbhert hare been delated with inquiries concern
Ins the lntetf ritj of the oompm and with reaaeeU re
epoetin the value of the oomptnj'i propertf. We are
clad to be able to reaaiure all Inquirer and othera inter
eetedtnthla aabjeot. The pnbLUbereof the Poet enjoy
a pereona. acquaintance with lit, Joaeph II. Ileall.
President of the TcrULlta Oold and SUrer Mining Com
panjr, and know him to be an able and honorable (entle
man. We hare the ulleut ootyidenoe in hie lntetritx
and ability, either personally or aa representing tho Tor
tUita Company, to perform faithfully whatever oontract
he may makes
In regerd to the company- mining propertlea the facta
are known. The TortlllU group of mlnea contain a rut
deposit of gold and silver ore. They have ijpr some time
been under development In a small way ( that U. with
wo or three head-windlasses and a fl ve-stamp mill. They
have produced enough of the precious metals to more
than pay all expenses and prove their great value. The
company Is now oontraetlng for the in trod action of suit
able macbinery. and for the purchase of three twenty
stamp mills, which will multiply the present producing
capacity of the mines ten times without largely fncreaalng
expenses. To pay for these Improvement they are sell
lng a given quantity of stock a sensible and wise proceed
K'he management are giving their enterprise the wld.it
ibllolty through the press, and thus courting the closest
veitlgation of thlr property.
The company will be matting five or six thousand dol
larsaday ea soon a they get Iheir fifty or sixty stamps
in operation, and then the stock will probably be ob
tainable only for many times the prloe that It l on the
market for to-day.
This statement, made without the knowledge of the
company, Is an answer to the average letter of Inquiry
which reaches this office by every mall. If its publication
firove useful to the public we hall be very glad. Hart
ord (Oonn.) Post, Hept. ll, 1B87,
The share of the 1 ortillta Gold and Silver Mining Com
pany ara 81 each, and are based on proven and developed
property worth many time their value.
The aale Is limited to 200.000 shares, which will receive
a preferred dividend of 'Jo per cent, per annara before
the other three-fifths nf the capital stock participates In
the earnings. Only M.000 hares of this SOO.WOpre
frred dividend stuck are for sale now at par, tJeach.
One hundred thousand ahare are set aside to be sold
separately, and the profit above 13 par share will be
divided among the purchaser of the 60,000 shares and
the present stockholders. The 300,000 shares are given
control of the property untlll the dividends exoeed the
guarantee. Tortillta is as aafe an Investment as Govern
ment bond, and Immensely more profitable. Address
or call upon Joseph II. ltealL, 67 Droad way, New York.
48 OongiMfl street, Boston.
NEW PUBLICATIONS. J
EDITED BI MRS. J. C. CJItOLTa.
Jalab.it'. plctqre of IUphaal paint lu Slitlna MadonnaV,
rottralt and aketoh (iln.. Orolj) i( lira. Martha 3d
Lamb, author ol tha ' ' lllatoiy of Cltr of lliwYSk,
and editor Masatlna of American Illatorr.
John Uablxrton'a ThanlmolTln Story. i
Variooa Stories and tlkrtclioj. j
Illaatratod Faahlonat lUdfarn Ja,kta; OrltiiaHitimw I
Flno Work-table Department. i
. IJ01!." "d Home " U.partment, Ao.
1 o-daj and To-morrow, " coTering topic otintsnea.
Hnbarrlption, 02 a year, always In adraoes
Mingle cople.. 2Uc. AH newndealers. j
HEM' WANTED MAItE.
1TANTED Djr yount nuurriad man, lmmadlat. vorh f
IT anythlns: willing. acUfe. aubori (oodwritariaouU
aaUrj. Aniluni, box IT World.
THON WOUKEHU. Vantod, S urK-claa. tin and ihaat
X, ironwork.ra: to i-ohraen the beat of wa.ee will be.
paid. Thellarmon'IFurnasa.Jt Mauofactarlnf Co., IS1
Heekman it., New York.
"VIT ANTED-Interrlew ' with eatabUalied wboleaala J
T 1 arooer house who would wlah to add llns of noar.1
and farlnaceoas sooda under Jnanagement of thorouicd
compeUnt expert. Addreaa W. F.. 160 World Ottoa. J
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMAItK.
A LADY U rerj datlrous of. Hodla. a sood anjajj'
J. ment forheriroernaa,whomahacanauaraoomg
mend aa a person of eoompUihed and aW"5.B!lriii
Bho U Killh br blrtan J edooatlon, and haiihtldMj 1
oellent poalllona In fatalUea of hlchrank la barown omn-1
trjaudn VuiM and Dreaden. Bhe fee tJ?g2i 1
much on the oontlnent of turppe. tb. Wo attsl J
taacbea are French. Utln, drawU, olanot .""flW ,!
the hlaherliranehesof KniUih. d'wti,JJJii'5,l '
(treat pl.uuro In alrlnrt furOier detail.. AddreaK.Bl
B 20, WoXD office. J I
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