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Bi 4 THE EVENING WORLD; MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1887; .
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Bi -'" B100MB COUNTra DEM0OELTI0 HOW.
H&" Hew York Coitom-IIoaso Employee Acctuefl
H J" ofrernlcloo Activity.
K Bocordor "W. F. Down, of Binghamton,
flr' wMtaaong the callers at tbo headquarter, of
Kb fee Democratic! State Committee ot the Hoff
K .(JswaHoueeto-dav. He Bald that the iactioui
B tight within the Democratic party in Broome
B& itkrantywas a Tory serious one, Mid might
Hn I'eott the Btato tlokot ft gTeat many tote.
H , "The State Committee," he continued,
EV ithould take some eetlon. There ere two
HP( .Democratic ooonty tickets. In the field end
BC'V 'tiro Democrats aro ninnlng for Assembly.
Hfj , .Broome is a Republican county, and if the
KL plit in the Domocratio party continues I am
H& certain that It-will cost tho Btato ticket hun
Kw dreds of votes, Tho entire trouble has been
Kfc , caused by the ' pernicious aetlTlty of Federal
Hgjfcs effice-holdera. They havo used their posi
H' jttons to control eaucuscs and OTorawo d.lo
Hk (ntestonominatingconTentions. Thehonoet
WE 'Democrats of Broome County aro thoroueh
tv, I It disgusted with the offlce-holding bosses. I
ihaTe laid before the State Committee o, manl.
U& i ,'festo signed by tho most prominent Demo-
crate of our county, protesting against the
K' usurpation and bosnsm of the Federal office.
B!r , The manifesto is n Ions one. Hero are
B& l some extracts from it :
HP. i "For about two weeks preceding the so
H&r , 'called Democratic ConronUon. First Deputy
ft Collector of the Port of New York. Charles
K-4 Darls, Mr. James O. Truman, of tho Treasury
HuL Department, and Messrs. King, Davidson,
WT Xiee, Terhune. Tuttle, Lorkins and Sullivan,
Ri. of the New Tork Oustom-House, appointees
EH in reality of Mr. Dayis, spent their time in
Hc , 'efrortabyeTeryspociesof political cajolery,
& (entreaty, intimidation, trickory and chioa
B;'? laerjr, in short, by all the tricks of the most
HSyr , 'unscrupulous partisan politics to manipulate
!A th. primaries in tho interest of Mr. Davis.
The Postmasters throughout the county
were generally similarly employed.
ltlon was Democratic only in name. It was
k the fruit of Custom-IIouse interference in its
? "erimariesAnd was run by Oustom-House In
fc , Herferenoe when assembled, for no other pur.
E4 , pose than to glTe a fictitious and fraudulent
yf' vindication to Collector Davis.
fcd "How can clerks be expected to bo efficient
Wf In the Custom-Bouse at New York when they
K spend weeks in Broome County in running
Kill, 'caucuses and conventions ?
k ' 1 " Certainly eight men from the New Tork
fff Oustom-House, besides Deputy Colleotor
uV Charles Davis, were there before and during
. the conventions. Since June Mr. Davis has
fS spent more time in this county than in New
Kn York. He is the dispenser of the Federal pat
flr ronage for the southorn tier of counties."
fej? Wed a Divorced Man (or Fan. s
K-, ' mouL to Tmx irxitoio womz.o.1
fc Madison, Wis., Oct. IT. News or a singular
Hi fmsrrtage In Fatrfleia County last wee): Is creating
Hj& a good dealof talk throughout the State, though
Hl ererT effort has been made to suppress the news.
Hip 'HiwuA Toss, a station agent, forty years old, was
Hfe oat walking with a party when he met Miss Clara
Wfft porter, nineteen jetrs old, who was driving with
H& ' CL uene, who Is a Justice ot the Peace. The
w, conversation turned on marriage, and one of the
rw Psrtr laughingly suggested that Mr. fosa and Miss
$ jester be married, as Miss Stater would
4" only bare to drop the last three lettors
si,", .of her name aad add an "s." The parties
fH cononrred Jokingly, and Mr. Ilene performed
B.v the ceremony, tfext day the Mrious nature of the
Ka? affair dawned upon them aad people In the village
ft? and here are very mtfch iaterested. MIssFosterls
Hi, the daughttr of N. C. Foster, a millionaire lum-
E' berman. She has since the oeourrence kept her
B&j room at home, and la greatly distressed. Friends
If fit the couple see no way out of It but divorce. Mr.
K Fees was formerly married, but was divorced lut
WKf Xjbsi Ilonors to Gen. Kllpatilck.
Mpty t Visitors began to arrive at the City Hall early
Um, i this morning to take1 a last look at the features of
W?p den. Jndson Ellpatrtok, whose body la lying In
Hjk state In the Governor's room, but they saw only
Hjt the flag-covered casket laden with flowers and
Kr' palm branches. The casket has not besn opened
AT since yesterday morning, when a number of the
. dead soldier's relatives gated for the last time on
r?i tm face, nor will it be opened again. The guard
Ik 'of honor from Cllpatrfck Post 143, Q. A. It., Is
f sun on duty.
ftp The members ot the Post will assemble at their
Mb headquarters to-morrow morning at 8.15 o'clock
Ww and proceed at once to the City Hall to escort the
M body to the West Shore depot, where It will be
Jig placed on the 11.15 train for West Point. The pall-
f bearers will be Qen. It. A. Alger, ex-Governor ot
W: 'Mlohlgan, Gen. William T. Jewelt, John Loomls,
Ms 'Gen. John Hammond, ex-Benator Q. A. llobart,
JV jmd Gen. H. W. Blocum. The line ot march will
P' Tie through Broadway to Union Bqusre, around the
Ifc i (Washington Monument, down Fifth avenue to
Rj Tanal street to the Desbrosscs street f errp.
jfc . A Flirt in a Flcht.
Ky "A lively row between two well-dressed men at-
Kr ttacted a large crowd In Union Square Park at 8. 80
1 o'clock yesterday afternoon near the cottage. Park
K? Officer Patrick Mann wedged his way 'through the
WJK" -sathertng and parted the prlnolpals, who lmmedt-
l' 'tely accused each other of assault. One was Mr.
jr jk. A. Jergens, a florist, of SI West Union square.
, 'na the other Edward Lola, an Italian waiter, of
. 'IMSast Twenty-fourth stroet. According to the
v, stories told, Jergens was sitting on a bench with a
Eift Jnend when Lola and two ladles walked by. Jer-
?4 igens spoke to his friend In German, saying:
w , ' Let ns play mash on these two women. "
V Fola understood the language and said: ' I
W think yon had better mind your own business and
L let respectable ladles alone."
,'V y-i Jergens replied, and then the two men used their
vt -sets. In the Jenerson Market police Court this
l3) teaming- Justice Gorman fined Jergens $10 and
mt2i i discharged Fola.
if ;, frtl"u.j
Wife. "Stoves, Bedding,
Kr 'Refrigerators, Crockery,
M, .Pictures, Curtains.
3: Everything for Housekeeping
.v ' t Chatham Street,
Bg (,I93 I95i97 i99 201,203, 205
H ." Park Row,
bbL Bet. City Hall & Chatham Square Elevated
E R. R. Sutions,
WBLt ' NEW YORK.
; Credit or Cash Discount.
WBtilbi JUeft tent evtrywhtrt. Prict litis mailed
HHn j en application,
h A MISFIT GL0iaiN& 0QM
t ' ' 1M Thtrd ra., aer I4th ai. r
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GT HAVE," AND I9TH ST.
Grand Anniversary Bargain Sale,
We are celebrntlng; the first Anni
versary of the opening of this Deport
' mesit,and testifying onr nppreclntlon for
tho-past year's patronaRO, by preMntlng
the ' Wonderful Barjrnlns enumerated
belorr. The prices wo name are mode
for this sale only. Proflte are not thonght
ladlcs French nid Duttoa Baots, wortli
Iadle Taroplco-tralBht oat FallTYalUlna
Beat, Gasdr ear wall, and said by atliara far,
band-sewed, worth S3. 00, at
I.mdleo Kid Dnlton Boots, ..ft plnrap stock,
equal rto ordinary 'nree-Dollar Boots also,
Dllasaa' bright (oat spring beat Sottas Boots,
worth 88.10, at
Si. 48 Pair.
Mimas' and Boya 'waa-ra.ltlB"ebblo
sprlna; floots, srood ralno at 80,
SI. 29 Pair.
Baroaeainles. Bntlon and Loco Shoes, x
lonslan soles, fair atltcb, Wankanphast,
worth 88.70, at
SI. 49 Pair.
Child's atralsht aat bptIds; Bntton Boats,
sire. O to 8, worth 81.00, at
Infants' Kid Ino-heel Bntton Boots, worked
bnttonholea, slnea S to O. at
fjodloa'KId Opera and Common flense Bits
pars, all-width., worth 8 1.0D. at
Ijodtes'Iiainbs'-woal Boles, warranted eark
We earry tbe most complete stock of One
band-made Bnailsh Wolktna Boots, also tho
flneat line, ormia.es', Boya' and Children's
"wear-reslstlna" aboea to bo fqnnd In this
elty. We annrantee lit and wear, and prloeo
fully One-Third lose than any other house.
Sips, GraiTor a & Simpson,
6TU AVK. AND 1DTH ST.
New Tork, 66 & 68 West 14th St.
Brooklyn, 269 &. 271 Pulton St.
Paris, 26 Hue d'Enghien.
TniB 'WILL HE A ilUHUTNO UEEKTOR US.
COOLER "WEATnER 18 JUST ABOUT IlEMINDINO
LADIES THAT IT IS TIME iTO DISOAUD BUUMEU
IIEADWEAR AND LOOK FOR FELT AND VEL
TET HATS AND BONNETS.
IN EXPECTATION OF THIS GREAT RUSH, WE
ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WB ARE
PREPARED TQ PROVIDE EVERT ONE OF OUR
patrons wrrn ant article in our line.
WE WERE NEVER BETTER EQUIPPED FOR AN
EXTENSIVE TRADE THAN JUST NOW, AND OUR
WILL BK OUND ALL TnAT CAN BE DESIRED
STYLE, SHAPE UNO QUALITY,
AS WI.LI. AS
WE HAVE rLACKDMON THE BARGAIN
COUNTKIl A LIMITED QUANTITV OF
FINE FUR FELT
Hats and Bonnets
IN ALL COLORS ANDJBEST SHAPES, AT
THEY ARE WORTH JUST DOUBLE THAT,
WE CAN 8T0P ALL THE LITTLE BOYS AND
OIRLS 0RT1NO FOR A NEW HAT OR CAP.
.LOVELY SHAPES IN FELT AND CLOTH GOODS
IN ALL DESIRABLE COLORS.
Fancy and Ostrich Feathers
Sf LARGE VARIETY. RIBBONS. JETS. ORNA
MENTS. VELVETS AND NOVELTtSS IN TRIM.
MOTO EFFECTS IN rEO FUSION.
TUKNDAY, OCT. IB, '
DlTltAI.ll AVK.. IIUOOKX.TM,
369 Elegant Lots
MCnor.AH N. WVOKOPF FAItM.
bstwna proptrtU. of Fetor WckoH and P. T. Bsrnma,
",' ' IN THE SIOnTKKNTH WARD.
Greatest Booming Locality
Tbrit snprb lot4 ura In thn
LINB OF GREAT IMPROVEMENTS.
Tbs eompwUon of tho Klarstod. on whioh tho osri will
soon bo rnnnlns, will doable thofr taIuo. FIto oat lines
ran to the proportr,
, iii.iatKft, MRcnANicn,
, ETBHYBODV TU T1IK 1'ItONT.
Do not &)1m this solden opportanttjr
TO flUOUlCIC T1IKMK l.OVHI.Y LOTH.
Projrt7lJltnt-don Wroknff, Do Kslb, St. Nleho
lsssed Qroono ., Kim, utockholm. HUnhnpo, Illm
rod nd Harmon ot., and la surrounded on all sloes j
ROYAL RHODE ISLAND CLAMBAKE
bj Weeks, under the ookmal tent, H
BRIXIIANT MUNIU BY S3D IUEGMIBNT
A. D. Fobs, Idr.
For doeerjpttTetnaei end porticnlerrt applr to Iho ofBoeo
of the Ancrttanoer, or of O. W. Brown, 410 Ilodford
ere., Broou711.fi. D. or of Gn. MoMirolo, corner of
Broedwsr and Kent ere., Brooklyn, E. D.
SATURDAY, OCT. M,
GREAT AUCTION SALE,
NEWBURG, N. Y.
TUESDAY, NOV. 1,
BROQKLTN REAL ESTATU EXOHANOB,
NO. 3U3 FULTON MTUHiil.
HIGHLT IMPORTANT SALE.
FOSITJYR AND FEIUUIPTOKY.
40 SUPEBB I0TS,
UNION AND FI.A7.A BTHEETH,
end within a stone's throw ef
nnTWKKN4Tll AND 6TII ATENUEH.
UNION AND PLAZA MTltEETH. nesr tthen.
Four of the eholoeet, most superb end elegant Lota on
weatern slope of Proapoot Park. Nothliur aeperlarln
Brooklyn. Tho moat ooetur buUdinia in (ho olty ere
within a atone'a throw of the properur.
DECJHaW MTIUIKT. north aide, ooramenolns 1M
feet eaat of 6th are. Nineteen an perb Lou.
DBOKAW HTItliBT, south aide, oommenoins 183
f aat east of Fifth arena. Fifteen auperb Lota. De-
sraw treet la graded, pered, aewered i haa water and
J is. Lota fenced and planiod with choice treea.
djsoent propert flnelj bnpored.
AM. TITI4KH nyAUANTItRII ItY THE
titLb ud XrantuiTAnd THUHT CO.
Terma eaari CO per eent. mar remain on bond and
morte-Aie for three rears at ft per oent. lntermt.
.J?S.M?ttJ,ndi1Wrtlcu'"r,-,t,I1I.to. JEUK. JOHN
SON, J.. No, CO Ubertr it., Aew York, cr No. 81)8 Ful.
ton it., Brooklyn.
. t 13 o'oloct. in the
BBOOKLTN lHUL ESMTK EXpHANOE,
803 FULTON fl., HltOOlCLYN,
Ureat adjourned aale,
nbr order of
rerae Qonrt, In partition.
. .AY RIDOE Pnoi'ERTT,
under direction of HenrH. llaaquln, 0.11., Referes.
. ?!?.V!PAPttlonl'e0?Allof the aboTeValea apslr
toJEllKIOHNH0N. Ja., Anctloneer, OOiIJbertr at..
NewYork, end Htm Fulton fat., Brooklri.
NO. 14D nilOADWAY, COIt. I.IIIHIXTY ST.
L. J. & I. PHILLIPS
lies; to auuoiinco thnt by order ot
MR. W. H. DE FOREST
titer will offer nt auction, on
TUESDAY, OCT. 25, 1887,
at 18 o'clock Jtl., nt the. Heal liatnto Ex
change, 00 I.lbcrtr at.,
the remainder of hie lots ou the celebrated
boins the former bomeatead of Alexander Hamilton and
.elected bj him on account o( lu healthfulnew and high
altitude, being 131) feet abore tide-water.
Situate from 140th to 145th at.,
10th and Convent aves.. Ham
ilton Terrace and St.
IT IB IN TIIll CENTRE OF GRAND MI.
The entire 300 lota being reatrlcted to print dwell
tnga, oSer adrantagea noi.r to be had again on tula
Tuo property la yery enajr ornrrrns, tho cable
roe.dpas.liia on 10th Ave. ami tlio MOth Nt.
Mlellon belna wltUIti 300 yurde illetuut.
Illapa and Intoriiiutinii nt tli Auctioneers'
ofnee, t. J. A: I. I'llH.LIl'.K, 110 llrondway,
corner of Liberty Nt.
CHILlEf S USt
TO 1NTERFST PARENTS AND 11AKK THE LIT
TLE ONES HAPPY, WE HAVE ARRANGED A
SPECIAL HM,K OK OIlll.DltUN'H CLOTH
INIJ FOR TIIIh WEEK. THKltE ARK OVER
FOUR TIIOUSNII SUITS TO CHOOSE FROM,
AND IN EVERY INSTANCE WB HAVE MADE A
REDUCTION OF flO PER CENT. THAT THE
INDUCEMENTS, ON THIS OCCASION, MAY BE
SUFFICIENT TO ATTRACT TO OUR JUVE
NILE DEPARTMENT THE LARGE HT
TRADE IN THE CUV AS AN IL
LUSTRATION OF THE K.VTIUOIIDI.
NAKII.Y LOW PRICKS, HERE ARK HOYS'
KNEE FANTrt. STRONO AND DURABLE. AT 311
CBSTM. OlIILDHUN'S OVLltCOAT.1, WARM
AND SERVICEABLE, 92.&0. 110 H HIIIT",
LONO PANTS, FOKMr HI I' 410 AhD 91 NOW 8.1
AND 0U. UAKIIMMtK, UOitDUROY AND
PLAITED SUITS, eJ N tut Til 6. I, S.W.N TEN
NIH FLANNEL Ml! HIT WAIMTH, EXTRA
QUAUTY, 72 CENTS. AND TO MAKE THE
BOYS HAPPY, THEY CAN HAVE TUEIR CHOICE
FROM ANY OPOUU20.O!'KTPOa.O CAF1 AT B
Mai Stafller & Co.,
Broadway, Cor. Grand St.,
I 8th Ave., Cor. 40th St.
FUR LINED GARMENTS,
ALASKA SEAL SAGQUES.
Qnality 1-38 Inch Ions, $115; 40 M Imu. $135; 42 M loi $155.'
QnaUty X-38 incli lu, $135; 40 Incli lung, $155; 40 M 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 VELflllA CUSHIONS, 27-IKGH SQUARE. 88c.
TURCOMAN TABLE COVERS, 1 1-2 YARDS SQUARE, $1.87.
TURKISH VELUUR SOFA COVERS, $3.88.
FRENCH MADRAS TARLE COVERS AT $1.19 and $1.83.
TAPESTRV AND FLUSH 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.
Reliable Tailoring at strictly moderate
charges, 250 Bowery, between 1'rlnce
and Houston 8ts.
Our Autumn and Winter stoofc of
WOOLIiKNS represents one of the larg
est and most varied collections of Flno
Novcltlos exhibited In this city. Speci
men prices :
lliroo and four button MORNING
COATS and WAISTCOATS, suitable for
Half-Dress wenr. $20, $25 and $80.
Full line of TROUSERINGS, from
$5.50 to $10.
All Roods to order.
No connection with nny other house.
2SE Bowery, bet. Prince and
Houston Sts. Open evenings.
THE GREAT AUCTION SALE
OK THE MAGNU'ICKN'T
HAMILTON GRANGE PROPERTY,
ON ST. NICHOLAS, CONVENT AND
I40TH TO I45TH ST.,
Will be held nt the K.al K.tate Kxclmnxe, at
12 o'clock .ll.i
TUESDAY, OqT. 85.
The entire 300 lata b-lua; re.trlcted lo prlrate
dnrelllim., oflen adrauiafH iivcr aautn lo
lie hud on llila UlullJ.
Alapa mid Inforninlton at the Auctioneer.'
omce. 1.. J.ifcl.l hill pa. 140 Ilroadwar.
..'NWwlM.Wt tlDlKiSTU TOlCBI.r
. v:"ySBla" Mil. MriiUipttlt,.rr.M,lititM
itatiiMi, aiu,SMUUt O.t.,1 .1 urt Mem umikiU
,4JrI! N"M iMi " Haaitjj a4Vlernua Btranstlt
KlMtrt.Omn.al MltaiuaUTMS.TMMloSw. Ca 035
TW BASKS ElUTIIC CO., aMa HMAIWAT. NIW YHt.
Le Bontillier Bros.
40 pioccs 54-incli, all
wool, iiiulics' Dress Cloths,
all doslrablo colors, at 47c.
per yard ; worth 75c.
175 pioccs Ladies' Habit
Cloths, all shades, at $1.00
and $1.25 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, SO ana 52 West 23ft SL
POSITIVELY UST ML
$1.90. W $1.90, ,
BaVaaRMi k J-
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 oall I
LiiIiui in LiTerpl Ootbi Co,
86-88 BOWERY, COB. HESTER, BETWEEN CANAL AND
Of 14th Street.
GRAND CLEARING-OUT SALE TO REALIZE,1
IUOII MOQUETTKS. 1.00 TJIK TAIUJ. RKAL BRUSSELS LAOB, M.OO PAEB. ;
HOTAL TTILTONS, 91. M TUB TABD. COLBERT OB IRISH. POINT LACE, (S.3S PAI3,'
nrnrmT.T.ffi AXMIN8TER8, 1.7S THE TARD. CLUNY LACE, $3.35 PAIR.
BODY BBUSSBLB. 8-FBAME. 1.00 THB YARD. ANTIQnn jf .l7s pAm
TAPE8TBY BBUSSKLS, FBOM . UP.
BBVEBSIBLEBBU88ELS.YABD WIDE. 81.00 UP. NOTTDJOIIAM. 1.JJ PAIR.
CE088LBY VELVET RU08 1 A10 A LABOB VABDITY OP AinQUBBAAlTA i
9-. BU117 INCHES, 23.M-BACII. BBD8PBEADB AND BOABFSi ALDO,TUBCOV
, KM. 100x133 INCHES, ajs.oo BAOn. MAN PORTIERES, AT i.00 PAIR.
' 18-4. 117x163 INCHES. 85.00 BACH. CHENILLE POBTEBBES, $5.75 PAIS. ' I
lt-4. 129x173 INCHES, S 55.00 BACH. TABLE COVERS FROM (3.00 UP. '
Thais price, are ae low that wo-cannot guarantee tho atoch wo bare t. taald !
tott In-, and n.U an early call. i
Nos. 22, 24 and 26 East 14th Street .
NEAR UNION SQUARE.
S1FE PROFITABLE INVESTMENT.
Some Qnestlons Answered by the Hart
ford Post About tho Tortilita Mines.
Bines th. article detcriptlra of tba Tortilita Gold and
SUrar Muunff Oompanj appeared tn the Brenta Poat.
th. pnbuahera haT. been delated with lnqalries oonoem
lag the lntecritjr of the oompanr and with reqneaU re
peotinc the Talae of the ooznpanja property. We aro
glad to be able to reaasnre all inqutrera and othera Inter
eatedintbla anbjeot. The pnblliheraof the Tott enjoj
a peraonal aeqnainUnc. with Mr. Joseph II. Reall,
Preatdent of tho Tortilita Gold and Sllrer Mining Com.
pan, and know him to be an able and honorable gentle
man. We hare tbe fnlleat confidence In bla Integrity
and ability, either personally or aa representing tbe Tor
tilita Company, to perform faithfully whatever oontraot
he may make.
In regard to the company's mining propertle. tbe fact
are known. The Tortilita group of mine, oontaln a rait
deposit of gold and alirerore. They bare for some time
been under development In a email way that la, with
wo or three head-windlanaea and a fWe-.tamp mill. Tbey
have produced enough of tbe precioui metala to tnor.
than nay all expenaea and prore their great Talae. The
company ia now contracting for tbe Introduction of ault
able machinery, and for the purchase of throe twenty,
stamp mills, which will multiply tbe present producing
capacity of the mlnea ten times without largely Increasing
expenses. To pay for these improvements tnsy aro sell
ing a given quantity of stock a sensible and wise proceed-
fThe mansgement are giving their enterpilse the widest
ubliclty through tbu press, and tboa courting the closest
nveftigatlon ol their property.
Tbe company will be making five or six thousand dol
lars a day aa soon at tbey set their fifty or sixty tamps
In operation, and then tbe stock will probably be ob
tainable only for many times tbe price that It la on tbe
market for to-day,
Tbta ttatement, made without th. knowledge of the
company, if an answer to the average letter of Inquiry
which reaches tbie omce by every mau. If Ita publication
frovs useful to the tmblto we .hall be very glad. llart
ord (Conn.) Pott, Kept. ID, 1687.
The .bares of tbs Tortilita Uolii and Silver Mining Com
pany are 93 each, and are based ou proven and developed
property worth many timus their value,
Tbe aale U limited, to 200,000 shares, which will receive
a preferred dividend of 36 per cent, per annum before
tbe other three-Bftbt of the oapltal atock partlelnatee in
tba earnings. Only 60,000 ahsre. ot this 200,000 pre.
ferved dividend stock sre for ssle now at par, 9. each,
Una hundred thousand share, aro est aside to be sola
separately, and the profits above 93 per ahsre will be
divided among the purchseers of theM 00.000 shares ana
tbe present stockholder., the 300,000 .hares are given
oootrolof the property unllll tbe dividend, exesed th.
guersntae, TortlliU Is a. ssfe an Investment aa Oovern
ineatbondt, and immensely more profitable. Address
or oill upon Joseph 11. Ileal, 67 Broadway, New York,
i Congress .treet, Boston.
MEW PIBLICATIOMB. J
BDITED DY .WIS. J. C. CH.01.Te
Jslsbert' picture of Raphael painting BIrtlne MadeaxuU,
Portrait and sketch (Mra. Oroly) of Mrs. Martha 3d
Lamb, suthorof tho "IllitoryotCltyof NewYers.1
ami editor Magailne of American History,
John Habberton'a Thanksgiving Story. )
Various Htorlee and Bketche, i J
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Pine Work-table Department. I
''Par-and-NearOlub." for girls. i
!one nd Home" Depuiment, ta.
"To-day and To-morrow, " ooverlng tuples of In (aiaaa. B
Hnb.crlptlon, 82 a year, nlwayi la adTneW
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"KTAtiTED-nt young married man, ImmedUto work,! ''
v I anything; willing, active, sober! good wrltsri small
sslary, Aniiors, box 17 World.
SITUATIONS WANTED MAL.B.
IRON WOtlKKIlS-Wanted, S first-class tin andtheet
ironworkers! to such men tbe best of wsges wlllta,
paid. The Raymond Fnrnaoe. A Manufacturing Oo,, TO'
Heekman at.. New York.
W ANTED-Interrlew ' with .establUhed wholee!;'
v T grocery bouse who would wlsb to sdd line ot Hoars)
and fsrlnsoeoas good, under management of tborpugatf
competent expert. Address W. P IN World Offle.
SITUATIONS WANTED lTEBlCAItB.' 4
A LADV t very desirous of finding a, good ngajr' ll
nent for ber governess, whoni she can etronglyreoaJ II
the higher branohes oTKnghsh. a'MSr2iTiOS! "
grost pleaaura In giving lorther details. AddrasB.B
fl 30, Woauomoe, f
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