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BPji rnrIE EVENING WORLD; THURSDAY, NOYEMBETl 10, 1837. ,
Wmm STREET WAVERING.
HpBi EXCITEMENT IN CHICAGO USED DT
H' TUB BEAEa
Kfe Rednetlea la the Volnme ef Business find Kn
K' nement Pat Off steading, Still Can
Hfk eluerrd lo bo the Pivotal Htork llorklng
E& Coal Iln a Utile floem of It Own Ad
Hjfr, tier from Europe Also Uetp tlie Dr.
KS,! Thlnci looked well for the bulls thU mom
WtA (ff nniil tho nows was Unshod from Chicago
Hft that crcat ozoitement prevailed thoro conso
Hpl Imcnt npon tho raicido of Lings.
Wi tThU jrnvo Uio bears something to
BtV- nlk about and they playod the card for all It
Bfetviw. worth. .Hints of troublo were freely
gftihroxra out "n t'ie Bllor's wore kept
H?. Well supplied with sensational nows
H. 'by tho Chicago contingent. Simultaneously
KVith all this a vigorous onslsueht was mado
K fipoa Beading and other shares whioh aro
He Jmown to exeroise most control over the
H general market.
WMlv' Considering tho nature of tho nows, and
that eteryartifico known to the speculative
Wmt fraternity was used to unsettle the
Hfffaiarket, the impression made upon
vi Yirices was surprisingly slight. Some timid
.Jioldors sold, but tho bull loadors
Bp-Utood by their colors and bought whenever
Bf fttocks came out. One thing tho boars did
Hfc ftcoomplisb, namely, reducing the volume of
Si pusiness to very insignificant proportions.
Hp1 Tho mere thought of bloodshed in Chicago
Hji'pent a cold shiver through tho Street, and
H.,taany traders decided to put off all en
WWl Basements until the excitement in that
wclty subsides. This disposition was in
3i creased by tho advices from Europe.
WWH The Continental markets wero flat in conso.
HI j fluonco of the illness of tho Oonnan Crown
Wm Prince and Tjondon naturally turnod around
K' fend sold securities in Now York. This was
mE? deflected in an increased demand for Sterling
BES- jEichongo at somewhat better flgnres.
WT?i The early decline in stocks hero was about
Jper Cent, or less and tho market then ro
apsed into a very dull condition. Hooking
f - Coal had a boom of its own, selling up
WWL rapidly to BOK. but it subsequently reacted.
Hi V-- Heading is still looked upon as tho pivotal
Mattock, and its movements swayed tho whole
HpL' list again to-day. It opened at 07, and on tho
MS,, wvy down to C8 was dealt in in blooks rang
Kn JL from 1.000 to 3,600 shares.
WMts-, Tho Corbln people, who aro working en
H' 6rgetically for the roorganiration of the
, fcroperty, havo secured an Important ally iu
p Che Rothschlld-BIschoflshoim lntorest, and
KL the foreign holdings of Beading have
Hnfi Increased enormously of late. Tho Connor-Mwdto-Fumll
party continue bullish, but
fy Cammaok. liateman and Nat Jones, nioro
Wt ' particularly tho latter, profess to look upon
Hztf the movement of the former as nothing more
bt than a " soda-water rise."
WmZ ' Money seems to bo working a little closer,
Kt 'tod if It is posslblo to lighten un rates
H(. po 'as to affect stooks there is lit
WWs tie' doubt that tho attempt will bo
mWi Jnwlo. Tight money Is already being
Hw hold up as a spectro bofore would-bo buyers,
WBrti but tho bulls claim to havo already provided
Hf . thomselves with all tho time loans thoy need
bT'Untll woll into tho new year.
Wmf Four per cent, is still tho Hank of England
H&'Mtoof discount. Tho bank gained 420,000
HE! bullion- to-day and 310,000 for tho
Bv weok, tho latter raising tbn per
By. oentago of reserve to 47.11. Tho Imperial
WMr- Hank of Germany also galnod in specie dur
H&ring tho week, the increase boing 8,060,000
Bk marks, while tho Dank of France for tho
BLV nmt period lost 650,000 francs gold and
Bri, coined 1,160,000 francs silver.
B TOT! QUOTATIONS.
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H' Ooorso Hoiking Ooil 80 $0tt H)J V?f
geBK'OoloridoOoalA iron SJ 4 Mm f
B Stlanraiflliinn.. 103. 103 IPS W
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,, WinBMpoiUBt. Loull 10 10 10 10
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AM Oncoa lUUmr A Nntlon. oCr Jl JO W
mil., rvrKOmtar AETauVllU. K 9-JV MH 91H
B, ? PoNmu WIihOu On.j.,,,. 1MJJ ISAM 1?51 188W
Kti jliolinioiKl AW.tPotntT.r.. 3M 5U 9tU 92
BV lUch. AWMtPolntTw. pll.. 89 58, MM S8U
BV HI.WS) A Om.h. 4(1.4 40U 8H 34H
Hi Rt. Pui,ltin. A Muitobt.. liOH llOM 110 110
B? Bt. UxiUiB.n FranoUoo,.... SUV SOW SOW WH
WB Hi. TdouABui Fru.ptd.... 70J3 U V)H 10i
K TnuM a! 9Ji 91 94
Wkf t .on. CoiA Iron 97U 97U 97U 9IU
BK UnloaPMUc. (04 lH 4?S 49H
B-x Wibufi, Bi. Lonl. iPMliio.... 10)2 ldVj j6J
B7 Vb..titvCmU'SPclflop(d.. 8U DO 99)2 90M
Bt, WMUrn OSon filpiph 78i 7H 17JJ TT$2
K WbwUnf ilk Erl 46 40 46 44
BJ Thu From The Svenln World's" Ticker.
Hit Tn complexion of neltncr the bull nor bear
Bf Cliques was changed to-oay,
E'lr TUe bulls maintain that stocks aro too low
W:K already, and ar bound to go higher.
$' Toe New York aud Mew KnaUnd Railroad au
. swallowed up the Uoutaionlo valler road.
$; The bears plu their faith In a sptedlly declining
H Btarket on the repotted business troubles through
Ev Tn Bvkmino World's "Extra" telling the
fA atoir of the trasla death ofLlnag, the Anarchist,
Kiv. sold lite hot cakes on Wall street.
W&i , A director of the Canadian Psolflo aars that
JVfc to, ooo, 000 of that stook U held In London and
iTf.. (11,000,000 In Amsterdsm. One bank In Amster-
jK-- dam holds 110,000,000.
Ki DUpitches to Oermsn bankers stated to-dsr that
MA, the markets are weak, and that there Is much ex.
tjf cltement owing to the belief of the upproaonlng
U deith of the crown Prince.
Jr Ixan gold has been coined during the present
mm year than In any vear since 1S49, while the silver
MC coinage exceeds the hlgbeat previous flgures, and
Kf mors moner Is In circulation now than at any time
Mflk In the history of the country. So savs the report of
as the Director or the Mint.
Mm Threatened la Hill Slary Raera.
pf Oil a warrant Issued yesterday by Justice Patter-
Ey sou at Jefferson Market two detective sergeants of
tfft Cenirtl Offlce arrested a dangerous Italian named
Rgj Andrew Usuante, a grocer, of OS Watt street, lie
MT had threatened to kllfon sight Mrs. Mary Hocca, a
Br, .countrywoman of his. lie was held for trial.
IMS llallroad Tickets Blelen.
HaK? IsraciAtTo tus; xvxmxo woaLO.1
BK Nxw IIbcmswiok, N. J., Nov. 10. Durglars
Btv broke Into the ticket omoe of the Pennsylvania
EM HaUroad at Mttuchen last night and stole severs!
E? (packagta of tickets and express bundles.
gsTf Local News In Uriel.
mm, Archbishop Oorrlgsn paid his arobelplseopsl visit
fc,5 'this morning to the cturoh of St. ltose, of lima,
mi M Cannon street, near Broome.
H? The K. 0'. Standard Milling Comcinr got an at-
Cv- tachtoent to-day for t4,o against the suspended
B'A lllth National bank of BU Louis.
sa' ' James Pltxgsrald was held at the Yorkvllle
Wg, Police Court to-day. on a charge of stabbing
gY Thomas McAullffe, of Mo East Portr-elghth sueet.
WkL John Mendelisohn was sent to State prison
I3C. for one year by Judge Cowing to-day. for stealing
trv diamond collar button from w. L. Pollock A Co. .
WW, oft and c John street
ft1 Martin Lewis, who was charged with forging a
f rbeuk lor $60, and signing the name of & 8.
K "Mauds to it, was declared Insane to-dav In the
mf;. General Betslons snd sent to the state Insane
MB As)um at Poughkeepsle,
K " Maggie Williams', thirty years old, of sis Mui-
nti tierry street, walked Into the Mulberry Street
fL Police Station and complained of being ill. she
WML' i was ssnt to Uellevue llospltal, where she died Im-
B, , kitf dutlj tiui arrtvaj..
BBBskiirlkA, Orrii !-.
SPOBT F0K A JER8EYMAN.
Got. Cram's Pxprrlrnce xad Hint to Tow
Not to Hhake Uleo for Clear AaaJn.
F thore Is anything
ooooOlrjl "JM7 which Is'perfootly ab-
1""'2''vt IS J'orronl to Ool, Uil.
Vl lfT 111 Hngton Crum It is
Sj III trO the prealcnt practice
d jizi -jt j of shaking dloo for tho
JL CX, SfTy S drinks. Tho other
K-k&fl&Ywvinl 'a'' ftT'n8 bought n
VXJtw hlfjLjSitt 'lorso ' young Jor
8? JllXt l P "oymau, tlio Colonel
7fe3i KfTT after paying pvor
71 fv 1 Nl A $125, tho prico agreed
IAAp 71 QfJ" upon, Invited tho soil.
jPjl vV r out of courtesy to
W&'-i37 V-jgAE hnvo a oigur, and tho
TtI 'wo suntered Into
l 1 1 i' yr)j Aldormnn Pat Dlwor's
fjQ) srvnce In Park Ifow.
Whllo waiting to bo
sorved by tho proscription clerk, tho Colonel
mranwhilo twirling a silver quarter In his
fingers, tho Jorseyman insisted that they
should shako tho dico to docido who should
pay for the oigars.
Thoroughly disgusted, Col. Crum finally
nssontcd, and tho dlco-oup was prodnoed and
tho Jnrsoyman lost.
It Is a thoory of this variety of lunatics that
in a caso like this, nnothur chanco must bo
taken immediately for his " rovengo." This
happened, and again tho visitor lost.
A third and a fourth tlino tho Jorseyman
was obliged to sottlo, and thus tho man who
had accepted a kindly intondod invitation to
smoko with the man he had traded with had.
through his own penchant for gaming, paid
a dollar and had four cigars.
Ho was now more anxious than over to
" got hunk," and ho insisted, ngalnst tho do.
murs of tho Colonol. in turning the dico ouco
more, this timo for a half-dollar. The
Colonel quickly computed that if he lost ho
would havo the valuo of tho money In the
four cigars already won. and ho wearily as
sented. Dnt bo won again.
Throe or four times wero tho dloo shaken
and each timo tho Colonol won.
Tho visitor becamo excited and wanted to
shak'e for " a dollar a corner." Evidently ho
was In the tolls of a betting mnnlao, but the
veteran assented with the childlike smilo of
A doxon turns of tho Ivory cubes left the
same 916 In favor of tho New Yorker, whllo
tho pilo of the stranger had diminished Just
that amount and beads of perspiration started
on his brow. lie " could afford It, but didn't
llko to be beaten."
" I'll piny you for $16," he said, huskily. '
Col. Crum only nodded, and that amount
was subtracted from the little bnndlo whioh
bad been paid tho Jersoymnn for his horso
nnd v ah laid on tho pilo on tho bar. Again
the visitor lost.
" I'll bet you $80.
Again a slight nod of his hood. Tho pilo
between thorn was now nearly as groat ns tho
depleted one of tho visitor nnd he was in a
favor of excitement. Ills hands twitched nor.
vously and his faco was burning rod.
Hlxty dollars lay bctwoon tho men, nnd tho
Colonel shook four aces against four sixes,
winning tho first " horso." Tho strangor got
only a pair on tho second " horse," and of
courso lost it and his $30.
Hlxty dollars and 36 rents was now piled up
bofore tho Colonol. The quarter camo from
his own pookot and tho 8C0 from tho roll of
Tho stranger counted tho remainder of his
greenbacks. Thoro was about $70. Do wotlld
ploy it against a llko amount.
'Oh, no," said tho Colonel. " This Ib
your camo. not xclno."
" Sixty, then i you will surely glvo mo a
ehanco to win baolc my monoy,"
" Oh, yes. doublo If you llko."
Tho money was piled up with tho rest, and
$120 was at stoke. Tho countryman mado a
poor throw, but by forsaking all tho rules of
the gome the New Yorker tnado a poorer one,
and tho visitor said, faintly, "A horse' for
Another throw, and dosplto all offorts, tho
Colonol's throw was highest,
"A 'horso' npicoe," came more faintly
from tho parched and blanohod lips of tho
On tho third turning of tho cup the manlao
Sasped despairingly ,rAces up." But his vlc
m succeeded iu throwing a woakor hand,
and at the finish ho heard a sigh of intenso
relief as ho sold, "Tho monoy Is yours. Now,
will yon have a cigar with me f "
The victim of tho mania slowly and nerve
lessly rolled his bank notes together again
and tucked thorn in his pooket, and said :
" Thank you." Ho had won baok his own
$G0, but at the close of the "sport " his collar
was a little wilted welt about his thin neak.
and his faoe wns as as haggard as It might
have been had he boon In a thumbscrew or a
sweat-box for twenty-four hours.
Col. Crum vows he'll nover obllgo a man
that way again.
Iavoatbgatlns! Telephone Rates.
The Committee of Ore members of the Assembly,
appointed br the Spesker last wluwr to
Investigate the telephone rates, met this
morning at tl Cortlandt street, D. K. Alns
wortn, of Oswego was In the chair. The members
of tho comnMttee weret Charles F. Bexton, of
Wsyne; Samuel Oonover, of Westchester; Ueorge
Dickey, of Itocklsnd, and J. J. Uadley, of
Franklin. William Weed, of Oswego, acted
as clerk. Kx-Ooogrcssman John ll. Csmp,
of Wsyne, appeared for the telephono
companies. The llrst caso oonildered was that of
the Staten Island Telephone company, which Is a
licensee of the Metropolitan Telephone Compativ
of this city. SergU-at-Arms Isaao Soott, of the
Assembly, Is with the committee.
Jolan Hwiolon'a Campaign Fund,
Secretary Arthur Brunswick reports that $451. ca
was contributed for the campaign of Oohn
Bwlnton, the candidate of the Progressive
Lsoor party tor Senator In the
Seventh District. Of this IS54. 10 was from volun
tary comtlimtlons, tTS.es from trades and Isbor
organlzstlans, and tS.M from the Executive Com
mittee of the party. Dills amounting to loo ro
main to be settled.
Mr. Chamberlain Acsepts an Invitation.
Joseph Chamberlain, the English Kadleal, has
accepted an invitation to attend the annual dinner
of the Chamber of Commerce at Delmonlco's next
Tuesday. On Wednesday he will go to Washing
ton. Sir Charles Tupprr, the Canadian representa
tive on the Fisheries Commission, will leave Ot
tawa on Tuesday.
ltecepllon to Col. Fellow.
Col. Fellows's friends and nelgobors In and
around Washington Heights will celebrate his elec
tion to the ornoe of Dlstrlct-Attorner by a parade
and a reception this evening at the Atheuicum,
One Uuudred and Fllty-tlfth street and Tenth ave
nue. Senators Ives and cantor aud Col. Fellows
It Wh Cool.
trVowMt V"y" (Ok.) Mtlitnfr.
The unwritten part of the expoaltlon is the most
striking. At Dillard's restaurant a hungry Ala
bamlan came In and sat down at a table where a
man was eating his dinner. Seeing a glass of milk
on the table and being thirsty the newcomer
reached out, took It and drank part of It, As he
set tt down the man who nad been robbed looked
htm In the face and said, Indignantly : "That's
oooL" Tho other, entirely misunderstand,
lnghlm, replied pleasantly t " Vei.lt has loelu It."
irvon A VrwvfeA Bll"n.
Who ssya America Un't appreciated? The arri
val In the United states of Mr, Chamberlain, the
omdal representative of the Urltlsh government,
Is attended by no popular demonstration. At the
same tune, the arrival In Oreat Ilrltaln of John L.
Sulllvan, the prize-lighter. Is marked by the most
entbuaiastio receptions wherever he goes. ' Hur
rah IT th' 'Kited Sciatcat Alius ahead!"
lie (let. Ahead.
fYm lllt.iurl Cr..)
Avsrynsw idea among (he young ladles Is a
"head album." Each gentleman of a young lady's
acquaintance Is ssxed for a ' shape" of his head
as given by a hat oonformateur In a turnlihlng
store, and it Is pasted Into an elegantly bound
scrapbook. It ts a new way the girls have of get
ting a head of the boys.
IbTIES ASKS TO BE HAN(lkl).
He Want the (lovernor to fet Him Holler
and Pardon the (Ithrr.
trcuiTo tbs vkio world.)
HrnrooriKLD, 111., Nov. 10. Intenso excito
mint prevails horo, Tho Governor Is olos.
otcd iu his ofilco nt tho mansion and rcfusos
to hco any one. It is confidently believed
horo that tho Oovomor will to-day coimimto
tho sentences of Floldon, Spies nnd Hchwnb
jto imprlsoumont for llfo or varying tonus,
or cIru grant a tomporary rcsplto to all tho
This letter has boon givon to Gov. Ogltiby,
written by Spies;
ciiicaoo, Nov. e, 1W.
Sib The fact that some of us have appealed to
you for Juitlce (under the pnrrtonlng prerogative),
while others have not. nhould nut enter Into eon
aldcratlon In the decision of our case. Some of my
friends have asked rou for an absolute pardon.
Thoy feel tho tnjuntloe done them so In.
tensely that thoy cannot reconcilo the Idea of a
commutation of the aontence with the conscious
ness or Innocence. The othors (among tnem my
self), while possessed of the same fooling of Indig
nation, oan perhaps more calmly and dltpasalon
ately look upon the matter a It stands. They
do not regard the fact that through a aystematlo
oourss uflylng, distorting, Inventing and slander
ing the press has succeeded In creating a entl
ment of bitterness and hatred among a groat por
tion of the populace that one man, no matter now
powotful, how couragcoua, how Just he may be,
cannot possibly overcome. During our trial tne de
sire of tho prostcutor to slaughter mo and let
mr ro-defendauts off with milder punishment
wa quite apparent and manifest. It seems to mo,
and to a great many others, that tho proseculor
would be satisfied with one life. States Attorney
Orlnnell In his argument Intimated this very
plainly, I care not to protest my Inno
cence of any crime, nnd of the one
I am accused of In particular. I havo
done that, and leave the rest to the Judgment of
history, ilut to you 1 wish to address myself now,
as the alleged arch conspirator (leaving the fact
that I never- have belonged to any kind
of conspiracy out of the question altogethsi).
If a sacrifice of life there tnu.t be, will
not my life suffloef Tho state's Attor
ney or Cook County asked for no more.
Take this, then-take my life, I offer It to you,
that you may satisfy the fury of a seml-barbarlo
mob, andsavethnaeof my comrades. I know that
every one of my comrades la as willing to die, and
perhaps more so than I am. It Is not for thstr sake
that I make this proffer, but In the name of
humanity and progress, In the Interest of a peace
ful, If possible, development of the social forces
that are destined to lift our race npon a higher
and hotter plane of civilization. In tho name of
the traditions of our country, I beg yon to
prevent the murder of seven men whoso only
crime Is that they are Idealists; that they long for
a better future for all. If legal murder there must
be one. They hold that to overcome that senti
ment or the influence thereof wonld almost be an
Impossibility. Not wishing, therefore, to place
Your Bxoellenoy In a stui more embsrrssslng po
sition between thetbllnd fanaticism of a misin
formed public on on hand and Jnatlco on the
other, they concluded In submit theirs to you tin
conditionally. I Implore you not to let this differ
ence of action have any weight with you In deter
mlng our fate.
I.lnss may Live till O P. 1H.
Ciiicaoo, Nov. 10. At 1.80 Drs. Moyor
and Orny, who aro in constant nttondanco
upon Lliigg, declared that ho could not llvo
four hours. Thoy prediotod his death about 6
o'clock. Lingg was sitting up then and gazing
about tho room in a dazod way. IIo was
aakod if ho wanted water. It was givyn him
and ho drank. Thoro was a gurglo of satisfac
tion and ho oloHod his eyes.
BACK FROM NEW MEXICO.
Or. Cattanacfa fllvr Borne Point About the
" Why, Dr. Cattanach I Back again ? How
many dead Indians?" A florid, well-built
man, who seemed to know everybody In
the Hoffman House yesterday afternoon,
must havo got tired of tho oxolnmations,
questions and handshokos. Ho hod just boen
on a two months' wostern shooting trip, and
down in New Moxioo among tho Apaches and
Puoblos. and he has returned with threo
dinrys written fall of his adventures and
" It seems awful good to got baok to this
town," said ho to nn EvKHtna Would re
porter, as he pushed a bottlo of his pet
Bootch across the tabic " I'vo had all tho
Indians nnd cowboys and camping out In tho
last twenty-six days I want."
" What sort of n timo did you havo ?"
"On, immenso." was tho reply, "but I'd
sooner flro nnd blister lamo horses and ouro
up slok ones in Now York than live on a ranch
or under cauvnts by a long shot. Thero's
enough wilderness about my place- at Lnko
ltonkonkoma for mo. I was one of a party of
six Mr. Dayloy. tho owner of tho
"O. X. O." llanoh in Now Mexico, nnd his
wife: Mr. Manly Castle, owner of tho
ranch whioh has as a brand " H3t" Mr. Wal
ters, owner of tho " L. J." brand, and my
friend Mr. Shoridon. Wo startod Sept. 1 and
went first to Lord Ogllvio's place in Colo
rado, and visited Estos Park, nt tho foot of
Long's Peak. Then we went down to
Taos, In New Mexico, in tho Cimar
ron Cation, and camped out with
tho Pueblo Indians, shot deur nnd
caught no ond of trout, I took out one- of
my phosphorescent spoons for catching bass.
I didn't know but thero might bo soino bans
down thero, and ns soon as tho Indians Raw
it thoy wautcd to mako a trade I
Sot very friendly with tho war chiof.
uan Vinceuto, and I said I'd put
up tho hook for a foot raco between their
best runners. I wanted to see how fast thoy
could leg it. Tho son of tho chiof nnd Joso
Archoletti ran for tho fishing implement
and young Vinceuto won. Tho distance wns
about half n mile straight across tho prairie,
and tho runners didn't wear union of any
thing but moccasins. Tho Indian was
so delighted when I gave him tho
basspoon that ho hung it, hooks aud all, on
his necklace, aud an hour or m after I had to
hack tho barbs out of his throat with my
iaokknifo. He stood it like a brick. I nevor
olt more liko laughing, but I had a cortain
rospoct for that scalping kulfo of his."
Did you see any of tho Indian villages1"
" Oh, ves, as soon as wo got to Taos. The
Indians live about throo miles outsido tho
Mexican vlllago, whero not a single word of
English is spoken. Tho Indian huuses are
built in pyramid stylo, with openings only on
tho roof. Ouo of them is of adobe, seven
stories high. We saw Juan Vincente's wife
aud a little six-davs' old bov of tho
chief's which was About as largo as a five
cent loaf of bread. Ouo of tho tribe of
Pueblo Governors told me that his son was
In Philadelphia at school and sold that ho
sent him on thero to become acquainted
with the manners and Intention of
tho whites so that the Puoblos
would no longer be ohoated. This
Governor says that all that the Indians re
ceived from the Government last your wero
two old plougliB and two boos. He said that
he know that more was sent them, but sup.
posed that soino one had robbed them of
their sharo. Those Indians do a good deal of
hard work, and it's a pity thoy should bo
charged with goods they never get."
Tho doctor, unarmed, came upon threo
Apaches oue day In full war paint and could
feel a cold shiver run arounutheplnco on his
head where a certain lock of hair crown.
When ho gave his Imitation of the pronunci.
atlouof Juan Vlnconto they said " Bueno" nnd
rode oft". Most of tho Apaches were up in
the mountains obeying their Medicine Man's
order to stay thero until they got over tho
mumps. Tho doctor had lots of fun mystify,
ing the Puoblos v ith his field-glasses and
One night Mrs. llayluy gavo a scream and
Dr. Cattanach awoke to hear asoratchiug and
thumping on tho canvass roof of tho tent.
Ho fired his Winchester at a dark
body which ho saw outlined iu
tho dim moonlight and tho body
fell heavily off the mac to tho ground. Iu the
morning it was found to bo a big catamount.
The Evening) Would reporter saw its skin
yesterday. It measured 8 feot 8 Indies from
the tip of its noso to tho tip of its short
"bob' tail. It looked as if it might have
belonged to a gigantic tortoise-shell tabby.
MUST JOHNNY O'llltlEN Gl, TOO?
Ill Partnrr( Harney Hsurkr, to lie Dis
ciplined for Treachery to Nlcoll.
It bogins to look as If John J. O'Brien and
his friend, Barnoy llonrko, might hao to
follow tho Into Mike Oregon Into pollticnl
cxllo. Elihu Hoot, Police Comnilwdoncrs
French and McClavo and other ltcpubllcnn
loaders aro Hntlsilcd that rank trtachory lost
tho Eighth District to Nlcoll Inst Tuosdny,
and they proposo to resort to discipline of
the sovcrost sort.
At tho next meeting of tho Republican
Commltteo tho district lendors will bo called
upon for an explanation of their operations
on election day, nnd whoro the normal Re
publican majority was bartered away
resolutions of expulsion will bo introduced.
Thero noma to be little doubt that Ilourko
mtiHt go. As ho is O'Brieu's " niile partner,"
It will Icavo tho great John J. virtually out
in tho cold. Ho was not in his district on
Tuesday, Itourko being in command.
Messrs. Hoot and French mado a quiet
investigation on Tuesday and sont several
scouts out to learn what was going on. Tick
ets wero gatherod from a dozen Republican
booths. Only one bunch of straight tickets
was in tho lot. In cloven instances Follows
wns run out for District-Attorney.
Tho expulsion of Ilourko from tho Control
Cotiunittoo is virtually kicking out Johnny
O'Brien, and would probably load to
the loss of tho lntter's office as Chiof
of tho Bureau of Elections. President
Fronch says openly that thero will bo
some nmpuatlc disciplining at tho next meet
ing of the commltteo nnd that strong meas
ures will bo rosortod to to check deals and
trades from which Republican candidates
aro tho sufferers.
Tho defeat of "Wickod" Gibbs by Aldor
mnn Cowio may load to tho resignation of tho
former, Oowie says that Gibbs sold out
Nicoll(right and left nnd must surrender tho
NOT UNLIKE THE W1BC0NBIN LIVES.
Young- Ulrl Kntlced From Jersey City to a
West Htreet Dlv.
According to stories told in tho Special
Hosslons Court to-day, an establishment has
ox Is tod in Now York City not very unliko tho
Wisconsin dives exposed in Tub Would.
Honry Brace was on trial for keoping'a
disorderly house at 387 West stroet. Agent
Stocking, of the Bociety for tho Pre-vontion
of Cruelty to Children, Bald that Brace
bad men enticed young girls from Jorsoy
city to his don, and that his victims wero
virtual prisonors nnd wero kept under tho In
fluence of liquor.
Tho complaint wns mado by Henrietta
Brown, aged seventeen. Brnoo was fined
$250 nnd sentenced to six mouths imprison
ment. m m
An OlUce Hoodoo.
From IA Ckitago Jrafil.
There is a new character in speculation tho
ofilco hoodoo. The maacot Is an old-time Instlto
lon. He has been sitting around brokers' offices
for years comrortable In tho reputation of always
being right. Cnstomers have flocked around him
perfectly satisfied If they could but feel certain that
they wero trading as the mascot was. The hoodoo
la worked the otner way, probably Juat a success
fully. The customer does not want to do Just as
he does, tut Is Just as anxious to know what h Is
doing. Then he goes snd takes Just the opposite
side. It works llko a charm. The hoodoo Is
workod every morning; talked to with tne utmost
conaldoratlon; pumped with aa much assiduity as
If his words wero honey. " I've worked It suc
cessfully for a month, "said a scalper. 'I talk
with , and then ' copper him. I wouldn't
havo him know It for the world, for no's a nloe fel
low, but he's a boodoo. Ho couldn't gtt. right to
save his life."
m m i
Old winter's lordly form comes np the track,
Ills voice is thuuderous and resounds afar,
And, lo, the fellow right behind his back
Who leaves the door ajar I
THAT WEAK AND TIRED FEELING
DtuppeanenMrely under thtnw of that TTt ndTla
abU remedy. DU. OHKENK'S NBRVURA NEItVE
TONXO, The weakened noire become atromj and iteadf ,
the weak, tired, enervated Mnaatlona dlaappear, the
f eeilnct of nervon-mew and exhaution jive place lo re
newed vl(or aud Tltalttjr, natural refreshing aleep eomei
acaln. the appetite return, and perfect phjeloal and
nervous vigor are restored. Thus thousands of sufferers
are being restored by IU strencthenlng and lnrlcorsting
effect to perfect be alth and strength. No one need de
spair Qlre this wonderful remedy a thorough trial, and a
cure will certainly result. Guaranteed purely vegetable.
DU. ORKRNK'S NHIIVURA NRKV.K TONIC cured
me of that tired, languid feeling, and extreme nerrous
nees. ltook medicine from several doctors and got no
relief. I never saw auoh a wonderful medicine as DR.
QRKKNK'S MERVURA NERVE TONIO, U cured me
completely. MRS. R. P. MEIUS.
178 6th are.. New York City.
I'll! UK. 81.00 PER BOTTLE.
FOR BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Persons uilng this remedy have the privilege of con
lulling Dr. Greene, who Is the great specialist In the
cure of nervous diseases, free of charge, personally or
by letter, at his offlce, 35 West 14th st., New York. The
book, Nervous Diseases, llowto Cure Them," mailed
Furniture, Carpets and Bedding.
LUD WIG BAUMANN & CO.,
513 AND S14 8T1I AVK. BET. 81T11 AND MTU BTS.
aro otlerlair tremendous bargain throughout
all their department.
CASH OR CREDIT.
NATURAL MINKHAL WATKIt
If superior table water and an abaolute kidney reru
ator. Utitrlbutlug Depot, 11 Uareiajat, Sold b all
drnsfUu and dealers.
.flr CAS. CAr
without , 3&e, Huft alll&c B0o. up. Elegant Sold
fllltmt from kl up. Full UumEeU, ii. T. tl?.
Hours, 8 A. M. to 8 1', M. Bandars until 1 P. M.;
N. Y, DENTAL OO.,
3036th are., Moond upetaJra. entrant from 14th at.
1ANQ8 AND ORGANS.
An elegant 1)(-tm, 8-strlnced nprlht grand Tlano,
SVOU euh, orSlflAon InitalmenUi SH) down and
80 uiuutbljr until paid, bargain; 100 fine aeoond-hand
planoe from 4100 to 300i parmenta 5 monthly i old
planoe taken in eiohange , pianoa rented,
HORACE WATERS & CO.,
Ml FIFTH AVK., KBAIt 18T11 ST.
A -THE ESTEY UI'RIOHT PIANOS, with their
e new repeating action, win the admlratlou of the
moat critical! see tuem before you buyi .old on monthly
payment.. E.Uy l'Uno Waietooma, 8 Eaat lttb it.
A NUMBER Or ORAND, nprUhtand equara piano.
1 of our make, .lightly uied. almoit a good ae new,
and fully warranted, wlO be .old at a liberal reduction
nun regular prices, piano, to rent. Wm. Knabe A Oo.,
IU 6th ate., abore Hlhat. ,
BAIIOAINH IN riANOSat Llndeman Ron's ware
nxime. Month are., near lvth at.) a large aeeort
ment of new and alii htly used pianoa of our own snd
other makea at very attract! t. prloea.
THE ' OPERA "PIANO, th. moet popular and the
nneet In the market, only (10 monthly until paid i
oue quarter, muile leuona fre.; rent only S, .end for
catalogue. Peek Bon, aid Vvat 7tb at.,oorner ll'way.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
LOST-A black teal pure, with th. nickel letter. O,
P. on one oorner, containing money, papers and
a commutation ticket un lb. Penniylranla lUllroad to
Newark The Under will be liberally rewarded by com
mnnlcaUng with T. B box l.l)tkl New York. '
S3.REAT HALE of Udlea newmarkeU and pluth
jj aacaneai one-quarter ooati prtrate bouae, lmVe.t
CALLAHAN & MORRISSY,
48 W. 14th and 47 and 49 W. 13th,
NEAR HIXTII AVK.
AH IJHUAI., I'KIIIAY IIAIH1AIN DAY.
NI.NCK Till! HEAHON OI'KNI'.il NOT A
OI'FUUINUH OF NKW AND DI'.SIUAIII.K
;ooimi'Ait ni'.i.ou'Tiiitut vai.uk.
KAfJII PRIDAY'H ATTRACTION IN
CltliAHUIN rAMTHANIMN QUALITY.
NOVELTY AND VA1.U11 1M T1IK ORHER OP
TO.niORROW, FRIDAY. NOT. 11, AN
OTHER REAT HALE OF C'LOAKH. NOT
ALONE I,AnnifST AH8ORTH.BNT8 AND
LOWEHT ritlCEH, HUT THE MOHT ELE.
OANT AND TAHTIU'UI. DEHIUNM.
One tlionaarnlllAdlea' All-Wool Fancy Check and Htrlpe
At (3.93, I4.S3 and tl.85 two thousand others. Im
ported and finest dome.tlc mad. Ch.ck, Btrip. and
Fancy Clotha, colored and black.
On. thouaand Ladles' All Wool Newmarkets, wltb and
without Hood, and Oapea, at 8.05, 47,95 and $3.95.
Fire hundred ladles' all-wool Itaglana, with or without
hood., looa. fitting and tight fitting, plain, fancy and
mliedclotba, t7.tB, tt.lS, SJ11.9S.
At (10.CS. (13.04 and (14.93, Beat Flnsh Wraps!
worth (17, (30 and (33.
At (10.95 and (1S.93, Beal Pluah Jackets) worth (18
At (15.05, (18.03, (20.93 and (33.03, Beal Pluah
Hacquea, 40, 43 and 44 Inchea long, finest flnlah and
workmanship) worth double.
Two hundred All-Wool Mlncea' JaokeU snd New
marketa cloelng out to-morrow at half ooat.
Ladles' All. Wool Jeraeya at 49c., 79c, 98c, (1.33.
Ladlea' AILWool Suits, (0.93, (7.93, (8.95, (9,75.
All-Wool Rbawla, (1.50, (1.85, (3.50, (3.49, (4.50,
IN DIIBNH OOODH WE OFFER
Double-width Diagonal Saltings, 13Ko.
Doable-width Fancy Checks, 18X.
Double-width Illuminated Homeapuna, 30c.
44-lnoh AH-Wool Htrlped Camel'a Hair (30 colors), 3o.
44-Inch All-Wool Fonla'a, all colors, Stc.
39-Inch beet English Corduroys, Wo.
All. Wool Ottoman Clotha, all new colors, 48o,
IN VELVETS, rXUMIIER. AND MILKS WU
Lyons Fancy Bilk Velvet., 30 atylea, 39c.
Two Toned Striped and Check Velvets, all (Ilk, C5o.
18-Inch All-Bilk Marblelaed Pluah, 30 colors, C9o.
Katra quality Black Satin Rhedame, C9o,
Eatra quality lllack Dreaa Bilk, 89o.
33-lneb Black and Colored Moire Francalse, 79c.
AU-aUk Faille Francalae, colors and black, (1.15.
AND FIVE THOUSAND DREH8 LENUTII8
AND REMNANTS OF ALL K1NDH OP
DRENH OOODH, HILKH, VELVETS AND
PLUHIIEH TO HE CLOHED OUT AT HALF
Eltra Quality Table Damaak, 89o. I yalne, CAe,
Iloae and Oallfoml Blankets, (3.35 and (4.95; worth
10-4 Bleached Bheeting, lOVc. ; worth, 33c.
Together with remnant, of Flannels, Shirtings, Tabl.
Damaak and odd Dotena of Towels and Napklna will be
Marked Down Regardleaa of Coat.
We will also offer fire caaea mors gents' lamb's wool
shirts aud drawer, at 98c. raluft (1.60.
1,000 duaeu Buttons To-morrow (Friday), Bo. dosen;
worth 35c. to 60c.
Clark'a O.'N. T. Spool Cotton, 1c.
Mllword'a Needle., 4c.
Also odd lota of Corsets, Muslin Underwear, Dreaa
Trimmings, Fringes, Handkerchief.. Children's Booteea,
Caps and Cloaks, Ladles' and Children's Hoalery, Fur
Trimming, Mnff a and Boaa will be dl.played on centre
counter, and oloeed out to-morrow (Friday) ngardlese of
CALLAHAN k MORRISSY,
48 WEST 14TU8T., AND 4T AND 4D WEST
NEAR OTI1 AVE.
SILK AND VELVETS,
JAMES McCREERY & CO.
will offor as specialties in
tholr Silk and Velvet Do-
artmonts during this week:
lack Fa ille Franc also,
Black Poau Do Sole in
Plain. Burree and other
Weaves, Colored Faille
Francalse in Day and Even
ing Shades at $1.25 and
81.50 and several hundred
pieces of llioh Velvet and
Flush Novelties at OO cents,
Sl.OO, $1.50. $2.00, $2.50
and $3.00, about one-third
their actual -value.
Broadway and.llth St.
Tht dutinvnUhed lBrotor wm an tramenie luffenr
from ntorsUffi. CIom applleaUon and oouflnament to
hi laboratory cauad this. anU tho mot aktlled physl
clai i filled lo glra hint rallaf. AVhn In thU condition
he determined to make a personal effort to tare hlmwlf.
IlUreeeanht3andexperenUruulted In the prodao
which cured him. He fare awar many nottlei to friends
who were troubled with Neuralgia. UheuroatUra and
other kindred dleeaaee, and the cum became eo numcr.
out that, Uter much aulloltaUon br eminent tnen. he
oonteutvd to glre thle creat eoientlno disvoorerr to the
world aa attested bj the follow log certificate:
I eertlfr that the preparation known as Hdlaon's Polj.
form Is made aoeordlni to the formula derisett and uwd
by myself, T11UMA8 A KD1SON.
If you suffer from. NeuralaHa, Rheuraatiam. Solatloa,
Gout Nfrmus Headache, or anr Nerre trouble, Poly
form will cure you. For sale by ail drnfuta and dealers,
Price SI per WUe.
Manufactured only by the
KOlttON POLYFOKM COMPANY.
ttOonaressst.. Uostun, Mass.
SriOWPEUTirWAIT-FuniitiiTe, Oarpete, Beddln,
V Btyre. tUntTea. lUfrUeralors, Uaby-OarrUsTes!
hades. Crockery, ererythln for bonsekeeplnx. Cash
Iscoantor oredttlotult eferybody, (foods sent erery
where ererrdsr. PrioetUU mailed. KsUblUhed 1B07.
lWt, US, hjt 109, 101, 163. IU Chatham St., 1113, 1U5,
hi. iW. ItOi. 303 &0& Parti row, between City llall and
Chatham square ele rated station, Kew York.
T30YWANTD-fitroajboyt 3 ft ) Adams, 31
A GREAT DAY FOR WIDEAWAKE BUYERS.
Bargains in Every Department.
LEADING ALL OTHERS Df LOW PRICES.
HATS I SPECIAL! HATS I Dress and Cloak Trimmings.
paTM. MMftToM J&32tt&s8? o'-' pfcl
EXTRAORDINARY OFFER. SS,J, r"mnt p" ota"
iinuiuiu.iu 37 pieces Jet Omamei Olmp Pasaeraenterie. with H '
Mdoren TU1H1ANS. the late.t at jlea, oot-1 AT".. separate large ornament to the rard,4.MS worth 9.J&.
er.dwllh t.Uut and a imfflnjr uf relret Inl fO llllAIUS, GIMPS, OIRDLKB. POKSIOUNT SETa
front. aia7o.tworth,l.&. tt. biggest bar-f I la. AUD PANlcLs.
galu.TMoltnedlnN.w York. J " Kreuthlng that la now, choice and deairabl. st tk.
. ..., . nonn lowest poaalBUprioea.
m01Wt8MJ& AK8N0BM0US CROCKERY.
Fir. hundred aqiiar. (eat of apaoe set apart for the
nlrrfepferneser SKTWSS HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS
thing In. the Uoe of K.itli.r., the nw.t exUnalre varlelj '"'"" "
on the Oontlnent, and can pleue the moat oritloal. The
following Mleot lines will be dl.plared on speelal extra In Inaugurating our new HOUSE-FURISllIN Q AND
oonnters: . ,, . OUOOKEHY I1KPARTMKNTH n. make eom. offers
o,000 ver7 fine Imported Pigeon wings, Co, t wortb. uneqoalled anywhere, for to-morTow onlj. lloaaewiTej
,8o. . . . .. . o willaee at agl.noe that the following arejuat about IUlLI
1.B0O Imported Wlngi, redaeed from 180. to 80. the regular price. :
3t0 doaen large else tiheded Wlnga, nduoed to lio. tjhamber Sets, 10 pieces, colored bands , 9X8S
310 doaen QoTll Vanciea, rndueed from Mo. to lVo. Tea Seta, handaomelr deoorated. . . , , , 8.71
Call and nee the aplendld dl.plar. All teat here Dinner Bets, bantleome. deooratlona, choloeai
marked In plain rlguroa and oheerfuDj taken down for shapes ,.,., 1P.7J
DTDDHMC! SPECIAL! SPECIAL I 8PKOIAL!
XllDOUiNO. . . ,
TeaSpoona, s os., per dot.,,.., 91.?f
ESffAL'JiNTiifrrsrA18 AB80LUTJ!LT UN iJi3&si&US: fgisl::::::::::::::::::::: :1
KXnotwTobNJt"f SILK 'AND TINSEL HIDBON. "JfficSlotfiSfei; A
lta.1 worth 0o, ftite5lV?SteMfit l
On.padore decorated handomel)r..,....,...,.,LJ .If
T . rtna VVeahallmakethiadenartmentAUAKOAlNCENTKB
LACES TOR HOUSEKEEPERS, and invite lnapeotlon of th.
w ,plndld atock.
At .iceptlonallj low prloea for to-morrow.
HANDKERCHIEFS ' B00KSI B00KSI
UarkVl down to th. IowMt prlcw ever reached. A BCIAI, CAltO AIN.
. !;000 Tolnmee of Storr Hook., by Popular Anthona,
bound in board and cloth, 18o. j regular price .hwwtwe,
TT.'adlTTCDTr b really extraordinary offer.
HIIll2KYa Thouunda of volumea are being added to this depart
ment erery day, and it will aoon be as complete as
85 dosen Ladles' AILWool Seamlesa Hose, In black s" tb city.
and asuorted colors, lo. : wortb 48o.
18S doxen Children'. Striped Cotton Hoae,fuU, regular, n rn mrnnrir r art j. mi nn
-. 0 to 8X..O., worth air $2.50 UMBRELLAS at $1.89.
One lot of aC-fneh Rain Umbrellas, In union and pur.
it -n . J allk, natural atlok handle., ellgutly lmperfvot, to be sold
Specially Choice Bargains. Aida, -.!. .oiijwrtn. r-.w.
Ladlea' Striped Cardigan Jaokets, in all ahadea, 790.
SPECIAL SALE OP LAIKJK.B1ZED
The "Faultless" Night Shirt GARMENTS. .
doxen Night Shirta, fancy borders, gusrsnteed a SIZES W, 12, U AND 18 INCHES.
perfect nt. Mc,, for Friday only) oannot be bought else- ,,, L.mi
where forleas thsn 89o. Jackets, all colors and styles..,. . ....... $..98 to (25.09
lfift doxen Camel's Hair Half Hoee, full regular, at Newmarkets, plain, cheek and atriped A
11 jit. per pair t well worth 260. cloth g.OOto 80.00
76 doaen Oenta' Fine Satin Teck Scarfs, 19c. would Raglans, plain, check and atriped oloth, 8.60 to 36.00
be 'a bargain at 394. Hllk, Phuh and Cloth Wrapa l-.Wto &0.V9
Oenta'FornlahlnKS In erery line at halt regular prioe. fine Plush Coats 31,00 to CO.Og
BARGAINS IN EVERY LINE.
The above are but speoimens of the really remarkable
bargains we are offering in every department
Mailorders receive prompt attention., Goods delivered
freewithin a radius of 100 miles.
J0 LICHTENSTEILAT SONS,
Grand, Eldridge and Forsyth Sts.
Tt MICTION qrEB.
AMSffWffSVV" l'.VIMlYiioDV ilAPPY.
EnUring upon s oarser of prosperity unheard of In th.
H1STOKY OP Till! WOULD.
Adding to her population yearly a
with a pure gorernmont and a superb ayatem of
who Csvo predict hor
Her growth in numbers and matarial wwlth will be
ANY CITY ON TIIK PLANET.
Now la the time to buy lots when they can be had
from first hand, at low prioes. on tsrms coni.nient
listing aold th.
TAN 8ICLBN AND DUUYBA FAUM8,
I am now offering lets on th. well-known
2Cth Ward (Eaat N.w York),
For SI 50 and Upward,
or a discount of 10 per oent. for alt oaah.
Titles guaranteed by
"TITLE UUA11ANTKI' AND TllUHT COJI-
Mr free stage run. every afternoon from
Van rMclen Avenue Miutlon. ot rlernted H
Uppld Trnnalt UostiU to Hie property.
Air nirenia are "' the around every niter
noon tu iltow sue lots.
1 serve a subatnntlaj nollatlou every week
day Klternoun In tuy brunch ofllcee Iu vis-
"Jne KAPBUli: AND IIEdEAIAN FAKM8
are In iIik llu.of lnuiroeuient ruiiulnti from
liberty averoe lo Netr Lot. Ilead, and rrosn
llennelt to I.acu.t avruues. Thev eurrouud
the , l'VUo Hrnool nnd are within U nlnutee'
walk ot tun Itntiid Trnnalt Htatlea. Tbey are
sure to doable in value In a year.
Kr maps, prlor-ll.ts, and purilcalara apply
to jEUliJoiiyNUN.'Jil., .1(1 Liberty dt.,
New York, 303 l'ullon rt., Ureoklyni ar at
Branca Ome.a eora.r IJbrrtr and flfoateak
Ave.,.ar Uroadway and U.un.tt Ave.., JKaat
New York. "
BANKING AND FINANOIAIJ. i
To competent Duaineaa Men accepting eielualr. cits
agencies for aale of our NATION AlTADTOIUATJQ
JA- MAY1NU UllVIjitNOltH. lleqmred by all
gaa oonaumers. Have 33 percent. In Usus UUIf.
They equsltxe the pressure at meter. Beoure m etMdy
and increaaed illumination, insuring perfeot oombnatloq
nf the gases and .pure snd healthful atmosphere,
Prerent the disagreeable whistling, blowing and amoklng?
of burners, remedying frequent danger from fir. and w
Sense of broken globe.. Orer 10,000 in aorrioe. Inf
onad by highest Mercantile Corporate and Espere
Authorities, Agent clearing toOO per month. Ad.
THE ITNIOTNATinNAL OArt HAVING OO
744 nltOAUWAY. NEW YUUli.
KB Ali ESTATE. 4
FREE DAILY EXCURSIONS.
All Lots most be Mid thla month,
$100 AND UPWARDS.
SIO MONTHLY' PAYMENTS.
GRAND GALA. WITH FREE
COLLATION SATURDAY AFTERH00N1 .
Vormapa and free tickets, apply to JERE. JOHN
SON, tu., CO Liberty at., New York, 893 Fulton st,
JERE. JOHNSON, JP
ALL OP THE LOTS UNSOLD AT TUB
Great Auction, riopt. 80
WfGKOFF-KIHGSUNO fUH ..
Will b. dlspossd of st prlvst sal. on easy Unas Faf
8600 AND UPWARD.
Agents always at branch oMee, on premises, oorner
NaauaandUamboldtaU., Oreenpolnt, Wahowthelota,
or apply to Jan. Johnson, ir 00 LllMrly St., N.w York,
M sMJnltoB rt., Breoklyn;