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jlVr frHE EVENING WORLD. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887. , I
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ttt I - AN BTCHNEEB'B LOT.
B ' Bifid lif nlalraie Hi I Aur, It Vrleiy
H knd lta Ffttclnntlon.
B' Vw, li. lnu raM.l
Ki P'W people re-lze the adrentarau nttare of an
HK ' eagloeet'i Ufa. There not one o f th em woo hat
K rt been on tte rod nj length of time bot bai come
Rri tale of adrentnre to relate, eome experience which
K , would be loni and Tlrtdly remembered by the fol-
KM t lower ot lew danfteroni oalllngi- So oommon,
HL towerer, are tone b6cnrrencei In the life of the
Hfrf loiu-Otlre engineer that he aeldom referi to them
HKv and almost wondere how the; can tie of tntqreit to
K'?, othcrt. Somettmee the bora regard theio little In-
Hf' oldente ae amuelns when nobody uappcm to be
K& hurt. An ensineer laat evening was entertaining
K&l 4 group at the l'almer Uouio with an
Hfeli, aocount of one of II. E. Wllla'a Ortt
Bb tttof. He wu nrlng along with bli
t enirtn near Council made. There were
fV dorn-llelda on either aide of the track. Buddenlr
BKT the locomotlre left Ha ordinary road and went off
Ki on i, tangent, Through tbo fence it went ua
K ' though It were a cobweb, and tore for soma dn-
K, tanee Into the cornncld, Itirowlnir a cloud of dirt
Kp for rode in every direction, or couree It had
Bre ' to go to the repatr-ahop, but waa not very
ftt- .. aerloualr Injured, Thej got It back on the
Ky track by taking up tho ralla and lajing them
K' out to the craxr engine and then replacing
E? ! them ifter therliad run It back. This trouble
t waa all caueed by two ralla sotting looio at the
Rji joint. Another itorr the tell of Mr. Willi la
Bk even more remarkable. lie waa Bitting one day
EX-i. on the right aide of hti cab, bli hand on the
KgL,, Uirottle and n!a elbow resting on hla knee,
HBjfr when aoddenlr, without an Initant'a warning,
mi he waa hurled through the window and Btruck
RghC bead lint In the enow, Ills train went about a
p!i$ third ot a mile and atopped. Mr. Wills roso and
B; followed after. II n tuet the conductor coming
t t, toward! him, who asked If he had Jumped, lie
1-7" replied! " I don't know: I got ont all right, any
tift1 way." It seems that tho side rod, the rod con-
f,',' , nectlngtbe two large drivers, had broken In the
h' i middle, and one end of It. whirling suddenly over
Ktv' . and sticking In the ground, bad thrown the cab up
on one aide with a quick and violent Jolt. Mr.
HHf .; Wills, as he went out of the window, instinctively.
kL r, and without knowing that he had done It, had shut
Bf q the throttle and applied the brake. The lire-
tit'' min was thrown violently across the cab, and one
tVi , aide of the cab waa demolished by the flying pieces
Ku ' of the broken side rod.
uin I lone of the most common experiences of an en-
Eht sinter Is running Into animals. "Of course,"
K? said a knight of the throttle last evening to a llttlo
Rri group of ladles sitting on a sofa In the Palmer
bKv Ilouse parlors, ''wo are ao used to riding on
W an engine It doesn't seem strange to tis. But
r-r2 1 tell, you. you let the bravest man get on
K . one In a foggy or stormy night, and go plunging
Bv- through the darkness, not knowing what minute
fcv' he might ran Into something, It would make
H . bis leart beat taster, to say the
least. Now, If one of yon ladies"
H ''Pshaw l" interrupted a pretty little women
HtfV In a black silk. "I've rods with my hue.
KV band hundreds ot miles, and run the engine.
HeS' too." "Bo'vel,-said another. " Bo've I. "said
m ' another, '' Bo've I," ohlmed In a chorus. " I waa
KM, Holng to tell." said the speaker, as soon as this
He,- mtle tempest had aubslded, "how I was running
Hs.. a) the rale of thlrty-nve miles an hour, near West
Kvv Uberty, la. Itlght near me were two hones on
KcS the track. Horses are the meanest things In the
IHR' , wofld to encounter. They always run right ahead
Kti ot ron. and don't Jump off ouo side. Bight ahead
Hkji of me waa a bridge. I knew If I slowed up I
f f? ;' woold strike them right on the bridge, at a alow
Bfc'v rate of speed and probably be ditched. I hoped to
Bjp ' . catch them before they reached it, so I didn't slack
HK4 tin at ail. I caught them right on the brldgo, and
Be1. lifted them right out of It, dropping one on each
;v,. tide. At another time I waa taking the pay-car
K and a special with a small engine. Un a bridge
BbV right ahoad stood ft woman. I did everything a
Kj man could do to atop, then ollnohed my teeth and
KrVf. waited. The engine struck her and the ahot
K', straight up Into the air about twelve feet and
HR! then waa thrown about sixty feet." "Was
Kbis she dead!" some one naked. "Dead as she
f'' - will be ten years henoe." waa the gnm reply.
H Ot all the experiences which the engineers relate,
K&f '' snow-ploughing seems to be the one most dreaded.
K?' vi' They are gone sometimes a week, plunging through
Kri . drift. When the surrounding cold cools off tho
Sr steam the engine comes to a stop where It happens
HS' V- to be "dies." On some roads It Is customury to
Kft&" pay by tho mile, whether the track Is clear or cor.
BttV ered with know-drifts. One engineer tells of being
H;$r ont In the snow for twenty-f6ur hours and recelv-
Bv tng BO centa for hla work. A. 1). Uprlnger halls
BtV-' from Colorado. He took tho first train over Veta
n ' Pass, eighty-are miles south of Pueblo, on the
Kz . Denver and nio.Qrande. The anow there Ilea fre-
p-tT quently In .winter t feet on the level and drifts Into
H1 banks 93 or ko feet deep. The train operators are
MlvVr' often engaged flfty-slx hours at a ttmo ploughing
K' ' enow. Their food In such cases is brought thorn
v' on snow-shoes. "I have been onauch'an occa-
?i lon,",sld Mr. Bprlnger, "twenty hours at a
Hf; m" without eating. "
HBl ia i
Kp T1IE TOOTHSOME BAUD1NB.
HK; Pactorle on tit Slain Csut and Men They
M3& (1V lAa ritlthurt J)( alt.
Kr , At Bastport, Lewis Cove, Robertson, Lubdc,
HKt Pembroke, Southwest Harbor, Joncsport, Mill
H Bridge and Cutler are located between thirty and
V forty ot these sardine factories. They employ,
Ik-1, or partially employ, from two thousand to three
Ra thousand hands from the middle of April to the
Hk middle of December. Svery factory la located on
Hgj; i, the Maine coastwise shore, In Maine, on the
HKaS Bhorea of Cobsoook, Pembroke and Passamaquoady
pgc., bays or upon the Maine shore of the St. crolx.
Bl The reason why none are on the Canadian slilo la
p that o3r cuatoma duties make such operations Itn-
' ' practicable there. Dut Canadians more than make
Kli't amends. The best herring grounds aro on the
rtJ other side of the unnecessary Imaginary line.
K.t; j Two-thirds of all herring fishers are Canadians,
Bfr. ' and by international regulation Canadian fishers
fcc, - ma bring their fresh herring, duty free, to ever
HjL'H profitable markets. Being practically a new Indus-
ff-1 try, of such ample profit that the greatest rivalries
rajt - exist, and the false and foollih notion being preva-
Hv j lent that the product must go out to the world
kv under all sorts of lying subterfuees. ao that the
4 Billy pre4tlge ot forelun-maao sardines under
HBjK'rt' American pretense may be maintained no figures
bv ' can ba Secured giving lla exact Importance. But
nS'!-- when It la remembered that this product haa nearly
' Oriven French sardines out of the American mar
af; ket; that In addition a vast export trade haa been
ttMU.x secured; that the 'American consumption of sar-
Mk in dines, in view ot their gradual cheapening from
K&'t w centa to even as low as 10 cents a box, at retail,
K- : haa resulted; and that they have become, Instead
K? ot a Inxnry to the rich, a common article of food
k'; among all who labor and earn, the proportions of
Ep this single and generally unknown Industry can
Kj f easily be comprehended. Millions upon millions of
i boxes Indeed, one uilnht almost bmv of coaea of
v 100 boxes to ttie case are annually prepared here.
K There la no end to the supply, no diminution of
V-v demand and no cessation of annual Increase In
Eiis , number and capacity of factories.
gfl Here, then, la the herring fisher's homo and his
KtTi market at borne. While the latter gives an ever-
KCa , changing reward. It la never changing Itself, aud
t, the Usher, after nil, regulates his own cmnpensa-
HaV tlotx. It the catches are bountllul ho will sell
Kr cheaply, but never for less than profit. If they are
Kf t light, he often secures exorbitant compensation,
aa&k' for the competition Is alwaya brisk and the facio-
H$E flea must be kept running. In the year all this, as
Hs, to flsber and factory, adjusts Itself fairly enough.
ii - Each factory has lis "boatmen." These men,
K5 ' who principally live at East port and Lubec, are
V-'" Graduate Quoddy fishers. They have their Quoddy
B boats and crews, and their duties are to scurry
t, about among the, weirs and keep their factories
It supplied with herring at the lowest possible price,
Bv but always supplied.
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Hffi I'ound Ills TJncU in Prison.
Hfjw VowAc Albany Jtfumat.
Hfif; The tourist ran across a man the other day who
ffl' learned only two weeks previous that he had an
HKT uncle, and that he was In prison serving out a life
Knr, ' aeutence for murdering a girl In Ulster County
Bjfl The man waa a boas mason residing In Illinois.
Hk, ', He found his uncle, a gray-haired man. In Danue-
j.. mora prison. When he asked If there was a man
HE In the prison by the name of Willis, the gentleman
E&7 In charge, In aome amazement, asked why. The
Hft' yoong man explained hla mission. Then the
K.', keeper Informed him that the reason he was sur-
K,'' prised at the qutstlou was becsuss Willis had been
K In prison twenty-seven years, snd that he waa the
K, first person ever calling for him. After he talked
H-' with bis newly-found relative be went down to
ft; Kingston to gather what facta he could, that he
K, i tulght apply for a pardon. He stated that If he
b - - uonld t ecu re the old man's release from prison he
T Would take him home with him.
Bt,'i, Rutmlng Down a Deer.
Y The engineer on the night passenger train run-
Kr jf Blng from here northward had a lively cbaae with
R&-L a deer a couple of evenings ago. Hearing Hpooner
Hv' ba sighted a large, One-looking venison on the
B (rack y the redecllon ot the headlight of the loco-
M? luotlvo, and, opening the throtue.valve wide, gave
n ' ue animal, which kept the track, a lively pursuit.
K t Tho engine anally overtook It, throwing venison In
Hte ', the alrjind letting It fall dead into the dltoh. Tho
Ht' ' . train was halted and the earcas resened. Ttie
H eansf the frightened animal keeping lu course
K '-. ounagthe race on the track Is ascribed to the
Hs n . t&sraflag influence of the headlight ot the locomo-
lk'jE.,jiil Jr.r t fct.
TOESTLINQ IN JAPAN.
Dcarrlptlnti of tho Partlrlpanta nd Aoillenre
In n l'avorlto I'orm of Aiiinienienl.
IFrtm an Jixthangt,
Another favorite form of amusement Is wrest
ling. I was so fortunate as to be able to witness a
regular wrestling bout tho other day and will try
to describe It, In some open field a sort of roof Is
made of matting upheld by bamboo poles. Under
this In the centre Is a raised platform of earth, on
which is mado a small ring, perhaps 10 feet across,
by making a little rldgc of dirt or turf. About this
ring, In a targe circle, alt all the contestants on the
ground, their only article of clothing being a
breoch.cloth about tho waist. On the platform
besldo tho ring stands the master of ceremonies.
He Is clothed In all the magnlflccnco he can buy or
borrow. He makes a short, stirring ipccrh.tclllug
what undying honor will attach to tho winner In
this particular tournament. Then with hla wand
he summons up the first two contestants. Enter
ing the ring they bow to each other. One sayst
"It glvcHme plessureto take a lesson In wrest
ling from such a skilful man as you." The other
says: " I shall be more skilful after being taught
by you." Meantime, each takcaan Inventory of
tho other's muscles, inert both drop to a crouch
ing position with one hand on the ground.
The master of ceremonies gives them both a
sounding slsp on the back and tho fun haa com
menced. The object la to put your opponent on his back or
push him out the ring. Either coustttutes a "fall."
At first they gel bold of eaoh other's hands and put
their heads down close together, side by side, and
puib. Suddenly, one dives his arm under the
other's arm and around his body, at the name
time putting out one leg and trying to trip his an
tagonist over. But, meantime, the other fellow
has had his eye on bis advereary's left leg, and.
suddenly dlvfug, he gets hold of that memuer, aud
with a tremendous push, lamls his "fish " six feet
outside the ring. Then comes a roar and a cheer.
The victor smiles blanuly, and as much as to sayi
"That was oasy enough, ' while the victim shakes
hlshcsdasbe retires, as much as to ssyt "Ho
don't play qulto according to rule. Mine wits skill,
his bruto force. " The man who boats the first time
has to seep on ontll be Is beaten, so In comes tho
next. He Is a short, dirty, begrimed specimen,
with long bushy hair. Boon thoy are at
It. They circle around and around a
few momenta and finally come together with a
dash. Eaoh has the other In a death hug. Then
suoh swaying and reeling forward and back, twist
ing and straining, huge muscles stloklng out llko
knots of rope on their brawn; limbs. Finally, a
lucky twist on the part of the little fellow and his
oppoucnt haa to step outside the ring or lose his
balance, so he does It quietly and gracefully and
walkB off without any guilty look and affords the
rare spectaclo of a man who can bo conquered
gracefully. The llltle, long-haired, dirty fellow
till holds the ring, when up walks a strapping big
fellow, with hair nloely brushed and colored tights
on. lie is a swell wrestler and brings out the
cheers of the audience. Dut the little fellow in the
ring eyes him aa much as to say, "I have seen
dude wrestlers before." The flashy one looks at
bis opponent with Ill-concealed contempt, and
spitting on his hands prepares to annihilate him.
The small fellow Is cautious at first, and rathor
seeks to keep out of his antagonist's way
as long aa possible, but at last comes the
grip, snd now they aro head to head, each
grasping the other's arma. The big one
tries to lift the other bodily, but wltbont success.
Suddenly, the little fellow sits right back on tho
ground, pulling his opponent after him, and by a
must masterly conjunction of skill and muscle
launches the big fellow clear over hla head, still
keeping hold of Tils hands. When the heavy body
strikes the ground, It seems aa though every bono
must break. Tho dirty little Imp In the ring geta
up, pushes tho hair out of his oyes, and for tho
first tlmo allows a grin to pass over his grimy
features. Ot course, tho crowd arc Just convulsed
with laughter, while the poor victim, with his hair
no longer neatly brushed and with hla striped
tights much the worse fur wear and tear, limps
away. It waa an Intensely amusing sight, and no
amall part of the amusement waa derived from
watching the audience. It was a character atudy.
Much can be learned of a people by witnessing
their forms of amusement, and I thluk that the
Japanese are more nearly like the people of tho
West than any of their Mongolian neighbors.
BAEN-MONTE THE SACRED.
The mountain In Which Is lbs Most marvel
lous Htutu of Christ.
JVnfw lIMr la ln ATiuatUfa UntHcan.)
Immediately back of Arneca-Meca, rising from
the midst of a great green valley of the same name
a veritable Sleepy Hollow, surrounded by hills
and overshadowed by the twin volcanoes rises
the Saen-Monte, like a huge wart, several hundred
feet above the plain. In this land of mountains
nearly every city has Its Calvary, or Holy Hill but,
next to Quadaloup, near the City of Mexico, this
of Atneca-Meca Is most prominent In tho religious
history of Mexico. The famous Pray Martin
Valencia, one of the country's "twelve apostles,"
onco lived in a cave In tho heart of the
Saen-Monte. The Indians, fur and near, greatly
loved this good father, and every year Immense
crowds mado u pilgrimage to bis rocky sanctuary.
It Is related that the pious Fray tamed the wildest
animals of the adjacent holghta as well as the lit
tle creatures of the woods, so that they sll came
at hla bidding and even lived with him In the cav
ern. The birds, too, kuew tbe gentlo father, and
gathered In great numbers to slug their sweetest
songs at the entrance to his gloomy abode. Ho
died at last In a village forty miles away, whither
he had gone on an errand of mercy; but the In
dians brought bis body In solemn procession to the
Sacred Mountain, and burled It in Ills cavern home,
which has now become the ramarllla of a shrlno,
Within this dim llttlo chamber Is a foartully
realistic Imago of tho dead Christ, which, sosajs
tradition, was placed there by Frsy Martin himself
aa early aa lfT. Anuther legend asserts that a
burro (Mexloan nonker), carrying Images to the
cathedral at Pueblo, broke away from his master
and found hla way to this cave, where he patiently
watted for aome days, with tbe dead Christ upon
his back, till Father Martin came and unloaded
htm; and so the good Fray believed that the mule
was divinely sent to deposit tbe Image In this par
Like others near to Nature's heart, whose uncul
tivated minds are like fallow fields, these simple
people permit excellent soil for the growth of
superstitions. A tiny seed of It. once sown in
their fertile lmsglnatlons, speedily attains such
sturdy growth that nothing can uproot It, Doubt
less such was tbe case with the denizens of Nazar
eth, Judea and Galilee uouio eighteen centuries
nil tt TiMlf airiv
The dead Christ above referred to ts certainly a
marvellous work, being tha lightest life-size Image
lu the world, forthough large as a inau It weighs
scarcely two pounds! It Is believed to have been
made of thu pith ot cornstalks, prepared and
cemented by tome sort of gum Impcmous to the
air, but by whom It was made or by what mysteri
ous process no human being knows.
lulling Te.ll. With Oxide (Jr..
FT9m JVtw fork lfr.)
It was the first and only time I ever took nltrous
oxlde gas. The next toolh out will have been tbo
second. The rubber baggwas attached. 1 lay
back In the chair composed. Tho mouth piece
was applied. The nrst sensations of the gas were
peculiarly peculiar. You kuow how It ts yourself.
Completely under Ita Influence, I became un Im
mense bombshell, and was placed In one of the
largest of siege mortars. It was before Yorktown.
The lanyard waa pulled and the mortar discharged
with a terrific, tome, munnmir report. The shell
that Is I waa fired aloft nith the velocity of a
well-oiled streak ot llghtnlug. I felt myself flying
through the hea ens above. The fuse burned. I
wssnoton a " starring tour," hut " what goes
up must come down." I reached tho highest pos
sible altitude, aud, making u graceful curve,
prepared to disccnd. ) was about to
burst. I felt the lire of the fuso as It
burned doviu to the Iron shell. I was
descending as rapidly us I had gone up. Why did
I not burst: Still downward, downward, down
ward I rushed, until 1 felt I should strike the
ground without bunting a terrible calamity. I
felt the fuse burn Into the hole In the Iron shell
aud thought, "llurrahl Now I am going lo
burst." "No, I'll not burst." "Hut I cannut
help myself." "I must burst." Thcu a feeling
of " I don't care a whether I burnt or not "
cameoter me, and I did burst Into smithereens
with sn Intense feeling of relief as I flew Into tld
bin ami teuderlolus. When I was relief ed from the
effect of the gsB 1 found that the Urst pull tbe den
tist had made be pulled the whole crowu ot the
tooth off. That waa when the mortar was dis
charged. Then he cut around the roots aud I felt
the sensation of soaring aloft. In the mean time
the fuse burned. Finally tbe demist aitlxed his
Instrument of torture and with one mighty effort
set ered my wholo head from the roots of the tooth.
The shell burst. The sensations Here as resl as
though I had been a living bombshell and yet were
not unpleasant. 1 here was a feeling of abandon
about it all that was enjoyable. I experienced no
Tbe Other Hide of It.
I saw a man once beat his wlfo
When on a drunken spree;
I wished I was that bad old man
To show how good I'd be.
But suddenly arose a thought
At nrst I did not see,
What would become of my poor wife
TUB JAPANESE OAllTAIi.
A Stranger In Toltlo Wonld Think Himself
In mi Anirrlrnn City.
lrHo CorrnpoH-ltnei ifiuatk Atlvtrtiiir.
Your readers aro all familiar with the great cities
of Europe, either by aetnal observation or through
tbo columns ot current literature ; but less is
known, perhaps, about tbe great cities of Asia, and
It Is about the city of Toklo, the capital of Japan,
that I wish to write to-day. It Is larger than any
city on tho American continent, with the exception
of Now York, it contains fully i.sso.ooo people,
and extends over an area nine miles long by eight
broad. It la a city of Immense distances. For
instance, to go from tho million ns you come In
from Yokohama, to tho station you leave
to go Into the country, you cross a dis
tance of six miles, or about twite as far
as from the Battery to the Central Depot In
New York. The city Is curiously laid out. In the
very eeutre Is a largo round tract of land, contain
ing the castle and some other public buildings.
This Is surrounded bv a moat or rsther a canal,
which is in the form of a spiral. It goes around
the csstle two and a quarter time. Within the
second ring fro the houses of many of the noble
men and some more of the public buildings. Out
side of all this Is the city proper, which Is Inter
sected in all directions by canals. Never was
there leon a city In which It wsb easier to lose
one's self thsn In Toklo. This spiral canal and tho
many heavy stone walls and frequent turnings
make one lose his bearings even on a Bunny day.
Tbe history of Toklo has been called a history of
fires, plagues and earthquakes. Perhaps -no one
city can compare with this lu tho number
of Its disastrous accidents. In 1S00 it was nothing
but a little fishing village, but It was at that time
mado the capital of this section, aud from that
time lla growth was extremely rapid, an can bo
gathered from the fact that lu ti7 a great flro,
called the flro of Mel ltckl, destroyed 101,046 peo
ple and awept away ftflo mansions of the first no
bility, no of other nobles, MO temples and l.vuo
streets; again In lfl's, only eleven years later, al
most tbo wholo city was burned. In Kos an earth
quako carried away 87, Ouo people. In 1778 a pcstl
lenco laid Its hand on tho city and took the almost
Inconceivable number of lo,ooo souls. In iwi
dd.Ooo buildings were destroyed by earthquake and
100. ooo people pcrlshod, These arc only tho greater
calamities that have befallen tola city, and It la a
It waa In 1878 that the Mikado mado tho change
of his rcsldenoe from Kioto to tnia city. Since that
tlmo the two cities have grown apart, ao that It is
hard to believe that they belong to the same nstloo.
Kioto Is old Japan, Toklo la new Japan. Through
thecrntroof loklo runs a long street, her "Broad
way, "and on either side are nne buildings In the
European style of architecture. Everything that a
foreigner would wish to use Is f urnlthlng a house
or replenishing hla wardrobe can be fouud on this
street. All the signs sre In Kogllsb, although often
accompanied by tnenatlte language. A thorough
system of paving, sewerage. Illumination aud
horse-csr transportation make Toklo more European
than some cities In Europe. Of course I went
through the bazars and temples and parks, all of
which were interesting, our "curio" in the
museum is worth mentioning. It waa a stuffed
specimen of a native domcatlo fowl, now almost
extinct. The. peculiarity is lta tall, which by
measurement Is thirteen English feet long. The
body ot tho bird Is about the normal size.
Another Verification of the Old Adimo tbat
Iiove Iinugbi nt ckiinllhi.
From las Auguttu CKronUtt,
The simple autograph "T. N. Smith and wife,
Ooldsboro, N. C," on tbo AnguBlu Hotel register
lsst night held a pretty romance that was difficult
In unravelling. To tho eagerness of the reporters
who craved an Interview, Mr. Dooltttle entered a
flat denial. Mr. Smith had mado himself the
centre of such attentions by his qulot but unusual
movements during the afternoon. After alighting
from an Incoming train ho went to a barber shop
on Broad street, and, after his toilet had been
made, engaged his servitor to accompany
him on a Journey out In the oountry, and pro
ceeded to the livery atableof Mr, Thomas Mur
ray and engaged a close carriage. Tney then
druvo out the Savannah to where It crosses the A. ,
(1, andH. road, wnero n pretty young lady was
waiting auxlonsly tho arrival ot the carriage, and
she greeted its occupant fondly as he sprang out
and assisted her to get In.' They then drove to th
home of an aged negro woman, wheietho young
titl had secreted her clothing, and, alter securing
thete, the party returned to the city and registered
St the Augusta Hotel. Aud this was what whetted
the appetite or the voting army ot reporters who
stsred at the teniptlnir autograph.
Through the diplomacy of one of the number,
the affair turns out lo be another verification of
the old adage that "love laughs at locksmiths."
The young man has been a miller near Mr. Cruw
ford lthodes's place at Briinner's Island. The
young lady whs Miss Loulau Dalits, but Is uow the
newly wedded wife of Mr. Smith. The rourso of
true iovo did not run smooth, as the young man's
suit wss violently oppose! by the mother, but
about ten days ago, while the young lady was
visiting at Mcllean, the couple were mnrrled by
J. F. Starr, a magistrate at that plaoe. The bride
returned home, but kept her marriage secret, .and
this account will be the first Intimation of the true
'stale of affairs to her many friends, Mr. and Mrs.
Smith will leave shortly for Ooldsboro, tho hew
home of the groom.
Peurla I he Jewel of the pleasou.
1F..-M. PhllaJtlpMa 'r.i.,
The pearl Is the Jewel of the season, so the ver
dict runs, aud la growing In favor every day.
Time waa when pearls were relegated to de
butantes aud to brides, and when as the emblem
of babyish Innocence thoy were scorned almost by
the rest uf the feminine world; but the beauty of
the pearl has eenquered as beauty always does,
and this winter It will bo worn by every woman
whose akin It suits and who can compass Us pos
session. Tho pearl Is made up In necklaces, for
the most part, and a alnglo string duping tho
throat closely may cost f no.ooo, as did a circlet of
twenty-seven large perfect stoues laid out before
me, or may be had lu small but still round and
milky stones for school girl or modest debutante
fur not more than tits. Double and quad
ruple strings of small pearls and necklaces ot
a dozen strings rost anywhere from 5oo to tson.
Tearls are the favorite Jewel for the necklace, and
few others are used, the two exceptions being tiny
blue enamel beads Interspersed with pearls and
fine chains of gold, ou which from four to eight
diamonds are set In a row.
THIRD DISTRICT, BROOKLYN
(3d, ttb, 1th, lltb,13th,ltb,?0th.31it sad 33d Wards).
E. F. O'CONNOR,
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINATION.
At tbo Cooper Union
Friday Evening:, N6v. 4, 1887.
Among tha speakers will ba
HENRY OEOROE, LOUIS F. POST,
DR. McQLYNN, EVERETT GLACK.IN,
REV. DR. KRAMER, andoth.ri.
FOR JUSTICES Or THE CITY COURT,
William F. IHtshke,
Henry I. JMcGowu,
TWKNTY.BECOND A88EMIILY DISTRICT
UNITED LABOR PARTY
This THURSDAY NK1HT at 139V13U9 Ave. A, botwrou
!Uv. Dr. McOlruu, Uul. Pott. Mlch.fi Bmlln,
f)hiil fleM, Mirru YV. Il.rt, Us llindotfer,
Tbumaa J. Vrd aul Rot. V. Plwk will dJrvi.. I hi
meeting. A Torchlight ProceMtou will start trura baa
quartl, 113a 8d "., at 7 P. M.
Unitod Democratic Nomination.
FOR SENATOR, I0TH DISTRICT,
JACOB A. CANTOR
TTNITKD DKUOOltaTIO NOMINATION.
I U PorJ tic Fourth DUtrlct,
6th Ave. and 19th St.
For Friday mid Saturday.
To-Morrow and Saturday will be
Special Bargain days in our Shoo
Department. Nothing elsewhere to
equal tho following values .
l.rJaOpnlral.nrileii' Am Kid Ilultan Heals,
French kid button piece, worked nnd corded
hole, patent back aearn nnd extra Inside kid
atari Opera. C'einmonHenae and patent
lumber tip., equalling In fit and stjrle 94.00
boot elsewhere at
1,000 pairs I.ndlcV fine Kid Hutlon Hoots,
wide and narrow Iocs, warranted equal In fit
and wear to Three-Dolltir boots elsewliere, nt
S 1.75 Pair.
1)00 pairs misses' Pebble-Tip " wcnr.rcslsf
ln Iluttnn Ito.u, extension soles, size. 11
lo 8, worth 8SJ.23.nl
1,200 pairs YoutliV hlgli.rul Calf senmles
Ilutton aud I.ace Sbor., north 82.70. at
S 1.69 Pair.
TOO pair. Children's no.beel Kid Hutlon
Hoots, akzes 2 lo O, at
OTU AVE. AND 10TII ST.
MONEY REFUNDED !
IF NOT SATISFACTORY AT TUB
PAJRH OKNUINK BRITISH UALDRIOOANS,
"OffiifefeiXQUBII MERINO... ,
EknTuM8 HAIR. REGULAR MADE.
M.: ' Wi&OTB "Sum. ukoular-madk
TO h?&nrKliS5,,VY MERINO.
WrWWttWrfiAWY PURE MERINO,
1 KTln"r:8T5Jai-Y .ABU-EBB. c,
SKK'uirtUNr.N UNDERWRAR. M.OLM1
10PUOATH AT HALF PUIOK. ,.
OALL EARLY TO AVOID TU- AFTERNOON RUSH.
NBAU IlIAIDRN LAN-.
NOTIrP.. We linvo no eouuectlon with any
The dlitlnituUhPd Inwntor wu an Immense ufferor
from neuralgia, Clo application and confinement to
tilt laboratory caused thia, and tho mo.t skilled physi
olana failed to ghre him riltef When In thia condition
he determined lo make a wraon&l effort to save hlniaelf,
HUreae&rcheaand experiment roaulted In tha produc
which cured htm. He rare away many trottlea to friend
who were troubled with KnuraUia, nheumatUm and
other kindred diwawt, and the cure became so numer
ous that, after much eoUcltatUm by eminent men, he
oonamd to glf ihla grvt cientiffo dUcurvry to the
world aa atU-ted by the follow. a certlficat"
I certify that the preparation known aa I-Miaon. Poly
form li made according to the formula detsd and ued
lyujtwlf. THOMAS A KD1SON.
If you auffer from Neural at a Hheumitura. Sciatica,
Clout, Nertvua Headache, or any Nere trouble, lly.
form will euro you. For aale by all drujjglUa aud dealer.
1'rloe fl per bottle,
Manufactured ralj by the
EUiWn POLYFORM COMPANY,
9 ConnroM at. U oat on, Maes.
PIANOS AND UKOAN&.
An tlraant 7H-"f l". S-atrinsxl oprlalit arasd PUno.
B'Jat) mil, ir SKI 3 on ImUlmiiiU. j 10 dimn anil
US monthly until mldi Iwrgalm IOU nil. seoona.hana
pianos from rllX) to rWOl partn.nta Hi nionttali old
pianos taken In emliane. ; planus rentoj.
HORACE WATERS & CO.,
lit PUT H AVE., NEAR 18T1 1 bT.
A -CAM. AND HKE th. liasnt "Orra" nlsno,
i tl Unost uprisht to th. m.rkrti .Infant c;
niiKlfrmtc prtceai 41(1 monthlr tu.UluitnUi 95 rvuts;
on. qosrtor'i muilo lamionsfron topurchffrt ooud
band pisnoa ri low. I'm! A Bon, 'J IS Weal 47th at.,
ooruarol Uruailwar. .
A -THE K8TKY UPRIOHT PIANOS, vrltb tbali
a nrw repeating action, win th admiration of tha
oattrllloaliaaetti.nl baforron bori fold on raonlf
pajmouU. EaUj Piano Wareroo a, t Eaat Wtb St.
A NUMDKR OF ORAND, upright and 'Knar, piano.
i of our Risks, alia btlr naod, alnioat aaauod .anew,
and full warranted, will b sold at a liberal reduction
inm regular prlcea: piano, to rant. Win. Knab. A Oo.,
U 6th at a., aboi.Yeib at.
BAROAINH IN PIANOS at Mnd.man A.Bon's war.,
noma. 116 5th ate., nsarl9lh at. i a Urge aaeort
tnent of new and allgntlf nnd piano, of our own and
other make, at attract!" prloea.
AVKflHl CONCERT aHANnTOR BALRi free'
THE TOWN IN A FUROR
SPECIAL FRIDAY SALES.
GREATER BARGAINS THAH EVERT
Tho most marvellous val
ues ever offered by this or
any other houso.
FOR f Obi
NEVEIt HOLD FOB. K8f TITAN 82 TO 83
HRE TIIBOI IN Till! INFANTS' DBPAttT
AII2NT. 230.1 v ".r 23c,
nn. I Or n stroke .of aootl fortnne QOn
Zuui ehiToaecnred03iloen &0lil
In popular .bnpr, wltb velvet
00ft nnd plu.li pulllnjr and let eil. OQa
ZOlli liio-t which are oftcr nt BOct UUI
nnver hplnrs gold lor lesa tban
si io tji.aj.
COLOSSAL CLOAK SALE
Is still 'prnirrosiilnjr.
HPEOIAL INOUCKMKNTB TO-MORROW.
BOO Knal Plush Jacket, the tnoat popular garment
offered this season, at A12.U8 an astounding bargain,
uneiiualled anywhere. Worth $18 to 920.
27& Heal Plnah Wraps, terj elegant, at (13.08; would
be a tvwitlT. bargain at A20.
250 Real Heal Pluah Wrap, at 8K.D8; sold bjr other
houaea at $25,
1,000 Vine Plaid and Checked JackeU at 82.08-a
rldiculoualy low price. Navcr sold elaewhar. lor leas
thnh 939 and (5.
Newmarket, and Raglan, at popular prices.
LINENS AND WHITE GOODS.
471 pieces 4-1 Rleached Sheetings (Lonsdale Mills
make). 6Mo. t neter aold under 9o.
272 onsen Dsroaak Dinner Napkins, extra large atae,
fringed, pnre linen. Q1.19per dot. t worth Sj3.
H2 piece. Scotch Table Damask, warranted linen, 1M
wtiie, Ulo, per yard t worth 65o,
310 dosen Uerman DamSHk Towels, elegant fringed bor.
der, rerr large, purellnen.HXo.eachireg arpnse,25e.
01 place. I dlea'. English Melton Cloth, 30 In, wide,
25o. : good value at 5fto.
64 place. Worated Droear Plaids and Check., elegant
colors, 34 In. wide, Wo. worth COo.
FLANNELS AND BLANKETS.
48 pleeee Red Shaker Flannels, 53c. p or rani well
worth 80o. ,
7o0 etriped C. Flannel Skirts, embroidered band and
ruftle, 67c. eaebi worth $1.25.
2i0 peira 11-4 all-wool UUnkeU, extra large, 2.4
reduced from 94.75.
10-ln. Kllk Plnah, In all oolors, at T5o. regular price
07o. Thla U an unequalled Tain..
CURTAINS AND UPHOLSTERY.
0,600 tarda Cottage Drapery Scrim, 6Xc per rardt
450 Soudan Ruga, tancr Smrrna borders, 62o. a
bargain at il.25.
274 Oroouet Red Spreads, rod and blue borders,
allghtlr soiled, 64o. less than half the regular price.
THE HIT OF THE HOUR.
KNIT WORSTED TOtlOOOAN HATS, In all colors,
with worated pompons, 100. ; worth 50c. t
VISIT OUR NINE AND NINETEEN OENT
Q- I 11AROA1N I 1Q
WU. COUNTER. AU.
A POSITIVE BARGAIN.
250 doxen 5-Button Kid OloTea, tan shades, fsner .m
bruiderr, at 63o. I worth $1 par pair.
PRICES OF UNDERWEAR CUT IN HALF.
& cues fine Cashmere, A II-Wool flhlrU and Drawers,
tho renowned OUnUnburr make, tn the mot deit ruble
ktmdee, bruvrn and old Id, atln linlab, at 79o. J it-pus-libit?
to purohaae elaev here for lew than flH each.
3 cn Fancy Wool Uu der wear, warranted faat colors,
at 49o. i a bargain at D8o,
6 cases White All-Vol Shirts and Drawers, patent and
rvgnlar make at$l.5each, a sacrifice at $1.70.
HOSIERY AT HALF PUIOK.
200 dozen Scotch Wool Half-Uoso at 1M . per
pair, worth 9o.
ilSO docen Heal Camel's Hair UalMlone at 25o, , woold
be cheap at 4So,
lt0 iluieu AlUWnnl solid colors, full re ml ar Half-Hose
at Vo. , aold elsewhere at lfc.
Oar assortment of Gents Olotes Is complete iuolud
Ing all styles of kid and dognkln. ImIU lined rnd un
lined. Our leader! a genuine dogakln vlnye, lined or
ttnllned, at Ul-vn.ulJ be a bargain at H1.&0.
A HARUAIN IN OFFIOE-OOATB.
3 doten all-wool ,? Omce-Coats, tn all the lateit
dealrable aliatles, aaiia.&niahed aearn a, at 9-.U8 well
worth lus,HctUp at td.
SPEOUL-FOR FRIDAY ONLY-SPECIAL,
200 iWunHURAH SILK TIES, all tbe latest shape!
and oolors, at BJe.
1M d-aen HUSrRNPERH. sllk-webbed ends, Tery
beat ela.tic, In white antl fancy colors, at lUc.
Aiwa large asaottment of the leading nnveltiei tn
Fiak. Clark Flagga unrivalled production for kd tie
Mail orders reoeive prompt
and careful attention. Goods
delivered free within a ra
dius of 100 miles.
J, Lichtenstein & Sons,
Grand, Forsyth and Eldrldge Sts.
NATUIIAL MINERAL WATKIt
Is a .npertor tabl. water and an abaolnU kidq. rS4
latar. Uiatrlbntlna Depot, 11 UarelarM. Bold Ural
drosaUta and daalers.
GowpBitTiiwAiT - jronmTuniJ. o akpkts
lladdlni, BUrrea, Itanaea, Ilolrlieratnra, Ilatr
flarrlsjK.a, HnadM. OrtteVerr. .vttrrtbinaT tur boaseSMp
n,. Oaah dlacbunt or credit to .alt .Terrbodr, Oooa
, I Mnt .rnwbere .Terr tlar. Prir. ttat. ruallad. Katab
flaheS 1807. lu, t M, 1B9. 181, 103. 165 Uhathan
at.. li, 1V5, 1D7, llfJ, Ml. SUJ, aWl'aVkrow, tMrt. UlL
o JL J! JcC otCOo
In addition to the
They are offering daily in
FUR & FUR-ID tMRIENTS
They will place on sale to-morrow
100 Sicilienne Circulars, Squirrel Lined, at $15.00 ;
Former price, $23.50.
23 Alaska Seal Jackets, Finest Quality, at $65.00 ;
Former price, $105.00.
Also best London dyed and dressed
Quality 1, 38-in. long, $115; 40-in. long, $135; 42 in. long, $155,
Quality X, 38-in. long, $135; 40-in. long, $155; 42-in. long, $175.
Made on the premises and guaranteed to
be the standard qualities stated.
SEAL NEWMARKETS, DOLMANS,
NEW SfYLES JACKETS, ;
MUFFS, BOAS, GLOVES, RUGS and FUR TRIMMINGS,;
Special Sale of Fine
SANTA ROSAS, 104, $5,40 Pair; 114, $6.87 Pair ; 124, $8,37 Mr.
Santa Margaritas,' 104, $5.90 Pair ; 114, $7.37 Pair; 124, $8.75 Pair,
32 TO 36 WEST23D STREET
23 TO 35 WEST 22D STREET.
Will lo paid to any person. that can duplicate the Royal ;
STANDARD KERSEY OVERCOATS, quilted and satin-,
lined, for less than from $5 to StiO.
claim thorn to be tlio handsomest and richest garment In tho world. '
OUR FRIGE IS $15.
NOTICE From 2 to 5 o'clock our $5 Boys' Overcoats will bo sold for $1.45.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL O P. 31.
Lull ifl Liwpi Clothi Co.,
86 AMD 88 BOWERY, CORNER HESTER STREET.
itti i "Ilauie. noct Home.
3&muc& He liuver an linutble!
VtoCWWiJV T'""',' no place like
' ' Sj "Tl.Hioniiiblllonor
PIllNCR AND PEASANT, ItKlll ANI TOOK
TO OWN A HOME
mid tny lor It.
THE GREAT PROBLEM
of .rcurlnir tn labor I lie rouuril ol liuhi.try
nnd fmuallty llmt ho. tnxoil tlio briiluoltlie
wl.o and goml of nil soiierullon. Im. been
pr-ollrallv .olveit liy
JERE JOHNSON. JR.,
who I. elllni
iirautipl'i., At:ci:!Hini.r. i,t
For $100 AND UPWARD on
$5 AND $10 MONTHLY PAYMENTS
EA$T NEW YORK
$200 AND UPWARD AT
Title, nil lnureit by
TITI.lt IJUAHANTIJR iV TltlWT !0.
All umr own a borne wlio "ill roinn to DO
Liberty nt.. New York, or 3!)3 1'iillon at..
llrooUlyu. lor mail, nnd free oxcur.luu lirk
et. HANKING AND FINANCIAL.
To ompelnt nanlnAM Men ecentln excltwlTf city
af.Qcle-fnrul-of our NATIONAI, Allril.XATlU
UA- f-AVlaNia UOVKllKllltH.4 lliiured by nil
ru cotitumcr. hnyp IIll irr rrnt. In Uun II 111.
Thyqullth pi-utnr nt metr. becur ndj
hud ineri)d illuininttiun, hicarfttc perffic oombuttion
of tbo ffuw nd a ,1'uro and hlthfui fttmoipbere.
Irerent I be diuRrftftable whUtllnr, Mm-lnc -nd moklnc
of burnt rt, rniodyinr (nnjuent danpir rum tim and m
Uen at broken Ioiha. 0?tr lU.OOOln Mrrlo. Id
dored by hlfbesl MercantlJa trport and lxprt
Aathoritivt. AeDt clcrin tEQ9 pur mouth. Ad
Till. UNION NATIONAL OAM HAV1NO CO..
1UBTOUTI NEW POLKA' Br Victor U, Wln.r--I
BOIlKU.jTiiW)XKA,,Wipu4 for th MI1
andT,' twanitfolly UVuttraUd titl and detoriptlon
LMj"j iT.'ft-i1i.-4M aJtallS' tiif JrtiitfF
..-. ., .,,., i - - - - -,. n
''vv Bath Beach
Mltuatcdon Iho line ot tliu urentc.t ItuproTM ',
mcutalulbn vicinity nt'New York,
nnd Ju.t beyond tbn
(3KBAT HUNT ESTAI1-.
LOTS SlUS AMI UPWAUD,
85 AND 810 ilIONTIir.Y.
TheThlrty-nlntli Htrert Perry, now rnnnln A
nnd tbo ciimpletliin or the elevnted ItnlU .
rondM will ilnuble (he vnlnn of every lot.
1,300 IlAVli AI,K-AI V 1IKKN HOLU.
HCOUKM Ol' IUTII.OI.NtiS HATE llE-H
The balance or tbo property I. to bodl.po.ed
ol brl'oro Jnn 1.
HI! QUICK. KXA.1IINI!. IICYDEFOR-AUi
AKK flUNK. J I
T1TI.KM (UIAItANTUlfll II Y THIS TITI.H
(IUAKANTUIC AND TltUT COMPANY. ' ,!
niniiM nnd rreetlelcet.nt theoinoe.orJKItB. j
JOHNHON.Jr., UJ l.lbertr .1., New York,
nud 3Ud lullou .1., Itrooklyn.
"""""" " 't
JERE. JOHNSON, JR.;
AM. OF TI'K LOTS UNSOU AT TIIK i
Groat Auction, dent. 20,
'Will b. dtapoaed ol at private ula on eaay tarnil tat 4
$600 AND UPWARD.
AR.nta.l.ay. at branch ciffice. on tiremlava, oornar of 9
N.haaa.nd Uuml-oldt ala., Uro.niKsint, to .h. th. luta, J
r piily to Jere. Ji.hnaon, jr., ID liberty at., Ksw Yor. 1
K( CAS. &(fl
9V EXTRACTING UU.i
without Eki. SSo. Boft flllln. BOo.nn. Klf- '
flUlnomllop. ull(lomB.tt.ij.T, 9IO.
903 etu At.,, Bws'fta "U