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r'T iife EVftftfttt WftftLH. 'FuWaV, Ml5AtbEii 16 ifift. ' W
HpO MERCY FOR THE SnORTS.
jRrtUttTlMt rUMSHMENT METED out to
iP THEM TO-DAY.
The Committee nn Humor. Aarnln nt Work,
Hei, Unt tlie null's Grit In Too .Tlnrlifor Tlirm-
BL' Brie I-ooins Up n n I'rntiirn of tlie .llur-
Hb, least Dencon Will In Hnnp. nt Wratern
Hp Union A dret liny for tha Wonnarra.
t"' UNISnSinKT w n s
mctctl out io Iho
shorts this mornlntr,
nnd tho fulltiro of ono
of their nmnlior yostor
tiny served to incroftso
tho iincnRincss of tlio
henr fraternity. Thoro
Tfts n frcsii Imtch of
from Chicngo, nuil nc
cortiiug to thcHo nc
couutH tlio fast train
just put on by thn
Union Pacific thrcnt.
ens to irooko nn
irvnlauciio. of troubles
k upon nil tlio rmlroml
Hx Systems nt tho 'West. Thefso ynrns hnvo not
HjW fitalo, however, and havo no effect upon
r oporntors. In fact tho temper of Kpeoulu-
K. ' tion is so strongly bullish that the hears migli t
H . Pave themselves thn trouble of giving out
3 their pessimistic hullvtiiis.
H&if Tho lending hulls have certainly shouna
Bp good deal of grit, and liming drinoiislrati d
Mfe to tho Btroot that they hold the
a Vvhip . hand, mott of tho traders
R navo rallied around their Btamlard.
P Jluyers -woro on hand all tho morning and
r they didn't scorn to mind tlio amounts put (o
H&fr them oithor: in fact, if anything, aiireferonco
H Was shown for big blocks and as high as "..lion
H pharos woro frequently takou at ono clip. It
Et vas n great day for tlio Wonnsers and their
Wrf friends, who for months havo been hteadily
Hv paying to oporntors that to buy stocks v as tho
Hjf-i, fiuro road to fortune
Bf Erie loomed up as a foatnro, nnd yrns put
H Tip to 30 without much trouble. Then thn
HV, Grangers camo in for a largo shurn
$ of attention, and St. Paul and
H Korthwost wcro bought as though Mich a
pfr thine as too mu oh railroad buihling in tlio
Bii' Northwest was idlo fancy Insti ad of nallty.
B Bomeof tho specialties wern trotted out and
E1: Hooking Coal, Erie preferred, Tennessee
K;' Coal ,fc Iron and others reached higher priueB
k than for a long timo pust.
H . II. SI. Williams bought 5,000 Northwnnt,
B: Which was said to bo for short account. The
K Pollers wore scattering. Cainmnck und Low
Kl' Wore reported to bo taking in sliorts.
p London sold n good many stocks to realize
f)' profits, but tho otferings on foreign account
Hl Wero quickly snapped up by the
m bulls hero. Ileneon White was a heavy
K uuyorof 'WcBtorn Union. Pearsall Mm) tooli
fsf a oonBidorablo amount. It is salil tliat ul-
r, though tlio stock is not yet listed
Ek , In London, about 5,000 shares worn traded
Kfr in thoro yesterday. The prediction was
Hjr made that tho stock would cross m this
Kgt raorning, but it was not fulfilled, the
H highest price having been 1'JJx. Missouri
K Paoifio, however, was easily put uptwo points
H and Toxns 1'iicillo had uiiiny friends, tho du-
Hpl fcnnnd carrying that stock up to 4M.
HkU t There were wivernl lulls in the movement,
a(i. unt after each scthnck tlio bulls took u frubh
k hold and rallied thn list.
H'u THE QUOTATIONS.
Hy? opin, Utah, iiw. tfo'..
Ki. Csiiads Southern Ml, Urtu n7f as
k OanadUn l'acjno..,...., fiVi M'J 611)2 f IV,
! . Were., Col., Cln. i Ind WI M'J !,li 6lQ
L'1 Ohmpmke ft Ohio V2 V. 'Ji. W
- Obic, Bur. Oiilncy ISO ')U 110 1110
K OhiuxoftNortliweiit., lllVf Vi illU ill'.
' fhlo. ft Nurtt!ut Dt'l H.I 14 1 Hit 14-ju
C? Chic, Mil. ft St. l'ul 71 7St; H. It,'
P.'. Ohio., llook l. ,t l'ao . ... lilW 11 1 HUJ lli)i
K? Cln..1nit.. St. I,. A Chio 7IT IV TV TV
Kf . Ool.ftHocklneVal . , , M! Hill Ull W
Kjf Colartdoft lloi-klnr Ooul II'J li.l? 1IJ :it
fHuf Oolordf Ool 4 Iron HQ( 111 sa'j :i!
H OhhomJ.wcI a Td! Tit', tku T,-,?
k'v, J.l..Lck.4 Western U'J'j l.U' l:i J U.t
K;.e' peianre ft lludaon , 101 101'J luilr lujl?
K, jUenTerftRloOrandpfit (I!) !)': fi'J f,i!
B.Ki' JC. Ton.. V. ft (l. . .... ni( )1V llVf UK
'r K. Tenn.. V. A(l.l.t,M .. n CI r-ji? mil
HJjv K. Trnn., V,l(l. 'J.iliW... 'l)H is ll'l 'jiO
KrV IllinoU Centre) lift 11H 117? lltH
Lg lad., Bloom, ft Weatoro 1' 1M 15 ir,w
H? liOUUrUle ft KuhTlllo r.). 111'? ill riO
Xko Sluro... Ml llil PM, UMi
H, tAkelEriaftVeMm, .., 1(1', 1AI, lot. Wl
m, I-ke Krle 4 Wtern pr.l .' Wl 41)J 47)J 7'i
K JtenliMUn Connol lllj 101 Imu li.'j;.
Ei tlenlunOentrnl Ill 111 l0 CO 4
gT J I.. L H. 1 llVitfrn rlJ .. lic. 10!', 10tl', 1011'.
fKDi Mlnneipolli 4 m. lyiula , l 10 lu 111
IKX Wlnueepolle ht. l.uu jiM . 'JJ bji. 'j'i 'ji,
JKbA Wllinnri I'eolnu 8)V HP? H.IJ, IU
fK7 liwonrl, Kaniu 4 Ti'iae lu'; 'jo 1H(, n)l
Sfi K"h.. Cluttv ft St. LuuU . 78'i TM', ".n'l -ifK
H NewJereeiOontrel Tfllj TSW Tf.'J TMli
KewYork Central ..... . .. 107J 103 HIVv 101
( JlewTork ANfwEneiand. ... 411, 4Vt 4lCi 43
SJv W X lke Erie 4 Wrt.Tn . 30 sftv a i? nut
K N. Y.flnw, 4 ttertcrn .10 10 10 10
Ei Mow YtJc, Suf ftWnst 1 fj. !U lljltf aj iljl.
SSf1 Norfolk 4 WenternpW 4J, 4.1 4-it til
t? Northern I'acllU-. . , 21 , 2J1, 21',
RaWMS Northern Pacllic, pfd 4ri', 45'? 4-,i 4ji
H .UBiaftMluiuipiil ., . I. 25 21,' 2-1' 2p
Jreon Hallwaj 4 SavliiJtloii. UO PJV H0 HO'f
AM Oregon Transcontinental 1'ji, 20 10, I'M.
mm Orexon lmpnitFinenl a I1" V'J'i .ii'J :u)5
Taf OririinHhcirtUno 11), IO r,i in"
tmmm reelfic Mall , ,, nt, aiilf Sl'i MHV
K. J'tlladelphlai neadlnK...,,.. CJ', TU'4; (,j
iKr J'eorla, llenalnr 4 l-ranlllH. 21 21 21 21
H .JUch.4Wc.U'olntTer.i.M.. fl (O'i (a, fu
B Nt. I'aulft Omihn 41 u 40V? 11 '
H$t HJ.Pan. Mlnn.4 JlnnltoU.. 111K 111 tj n,). Jw,
B- -&' lS" iin 1'ian. pfd. . 7Ui ", 71', 71
Ki' ltui Pad lo o.J ..,(J AS J A' J
KV; 7enn. C.uil 4 Ira. ...... wi 5i mS Si
Kt' Union Peta fi; ri r.iU ",
K Wjih St. 1iule Paolno , 11.' lb, It JJ I J
LB - Weatern Union Telegraph .... 7U ml 1 Till
: Vbeelint ft ljku Erie 41'j 13J Jj,
K Tips from "Tuo Kirnlna WurM'e" TicKrr.
Bj. The itock market oiicnicl sliong.
mmfh Tlle Mle 0( Btnc1, up ,0 "00" wero JW, 100 aiiare
ig The hon were covering aa rapidly an imwlblr.
Hjf NotWnit but bull non-3 was received trom all
B?? . Tr,c Un.ln,n 'ac!no to-ilay put on Its fast trans-
KTi' eontlnental train.
H l JiateSian' "10 b,r l)e4r. telegraphed to his
MM Jiaitner that he would be In thin city lo-inorroH ,
mmfm . 9.en ,Tnom' aoil a party of capltalisu started
LBSr .!m a7.for "week's trip ocr the J ust Ttnnweie,
M3I 'Virginia and Osorsta Jtullroud. '
HP' . ,1"yP,i -Mpeler. Willie A Oo. dlasolt ml to-
Hflp1 the nim will contluuo la builntsj.
M IlenthtK t'nrtli SI cam.
ac IlepreBentatltsof Iho lending railroads of tho
B. Eaitmctit the Aatnr House thin morning to di-
f cuu aomefi'UCMl and common move lu rclire'ico
K& l'iIr:!P:l!,,!,"1,f M hJ s,euin- " thH KtBiiiin la
US Benerallj Introduced It will bo mcewan lur t,u-
H KfK. a''i following comumtte ai ai.polnud:
KV' .ii0rl,9eD,Jttl 1(l"lro 1J -Mr- lluclianan j I'eiin.
R silTanla, Mr. Vogt and Jlr. Cuaiinte; Delaware.
Hk- ffi",!M sniT WiBtern, Mr, Cloud: Lenten
Iw" yj?iale7." Mes- Ooo.lwla and Klnserj Jielawara
', fJ?dJlua,lon Canal Company. Mr, Ulackall, und
JKffi' theNewJerBoCcntral.Xlr. tirii'gs. '"'."
ft Bfnrtln II. llrown'e DluinauiU do Clirnp. ,
K A number of diamonds were sold on tlio Uc.il
M&i Estate Exchange to-day, In behalf of siartln 11
Kjrt Drown. Tho lot ronalaied of two diamond ilnpH,
mWis 5Sef,lr ot wrinpV'iio diamond ira, i.notniiui.
mWm a 51. ..aJlP,"'.une J)Jlr of eiiimclledoirrliiiii.
Ha worth many timca that amount.
? JuiUo Ilurrrtt riuaplcloui.
KJH JuiltTe Barrett to-day Btayod all lunacy proceed.
fiT ' & In the caae of Patrick Trenor, the old Ve.ey
roLf; 1 street cordial merchant, until Friday, when Dr.
MrntM SSK'ii.01 ?,looniln8?ale, la to report on Trenor'a
mMmt' fi?n.hilo.n.,m,,0Hrcin"r.kc.ll: "I Here It tomethlng
E U,"lae,'moI1'lere ' """ ca,e that docs not sat-
BjP)' Local News In llrlef,
iK': NlDe vacancies among $10) clcrkahlns at the
&' CuBtom-House were filled to-d i). ,v,"u,i ai "lc
K ..f.0?11. J" O'llrien, Chief of the llureau of Klcc
mmm ilSH't ,,p"'?il " his home with u very iflvere
Hf' J MTerlliViji ailVl'U Ulm ,0 """m taSwi
HP e5f M. Ihet "vered that Peck. Marttm A
H' ?r K? ??B 'S "ojeottea Oobb lime the KntshU
jnNERS DRiyN FROM THEIR HOMES.
The Conl Ilnrnnn Try 11 Near TncU to I'orco
Hlrlkrm to Ternie.
fsrrcuL to Tiir r.vrsiso woulo.i
PlllLATiKU'iiiA, Nov. 15. The eonl barons
of tho Lcliich region aro coitiKtotry to break
tho buck of the ftrlKo and biliin tho btarili
miners to terms by ejecting them from their
homes. The initial stip in these proecul.
inps were tnk n yesterday afttruoon at
Vilkoslmrre, when the Htout Canal Company,
vhicli operate collieries near HalUon, liled
twoleiihes Hindu by tho company with two
of thulr employees, Kdwnrd I'lillon
and .lamcB O'Donnoll. Tlio leases
aro of tho samn rharncter as
thoso tnatlo by J. H. Wimtz it
Co. with thtlr tennntff nt llnlebrook. Ily
the ((.riiiKof these leases tlio ttnnnt wahes
all tho protection and rights whicli ho is cli
tithd to under tho law. Ho 1pk tlio com.
pany tlio power to retain the rent out of his
waues ; ho ai;ri cs to !imr out at any time on
fhe days' notice, nud whnt is tho worst fint
uro of all, ho is mado to confess judgment in
what isti rmed an "niuirabto suit In cjiet
niniit," Hy this clause ho waies in cry rilit
to a hearing or trial atid (jives thn coinpiuiy
the power at tho end of the llvn days' nntii'i
tniHhiioat unco ami without any furtlnr
wiirnint.' or proceddhiKS awrit of ejeetim nt
and to tlirow lilui, his fuuilly mid his unods
out of the house.
AetiUK'on this rlause in tho lenses Jlr.
Kitiifiiian caused to bo Ihkui d two writs of
1 11 1 1 1111 nt nnuiiiht i'dward I'lilbm and .liiines
(I'Donuell and placed them in thn liiiliilsnf
tlic Shi riir, wlio, unliHH priiMintcd b thn
Ii unl steps contomplatt d, Mill probably sei vn
tin 111 within tho next day or two. Tliu lease
with Mr. Tallou hturs date Nov. 1, IMS, and
Unit with Mr. (Vl)onmdl Au. n. 1HH0. On
Oct. HI hist notion was som d on both tin so
nit 11, together with many others, to Mieuto
tlie pri'iuises within Iho i1iih.
Mr. rallon has been in thn employ of tho
Ktout Coal Coiupauy nud of tin ir pre
deeessnrs in those minis for twenty-lho
j ears, for the last few years us a timberiiian
iloinj; company work. He is will known and
held in IiikIi esteem hy tho miners of that
Tlie Htout Coal Comiiaiiy employs about
two hundred men at its colliery at Milnts
'illo. It owns nil tho bonnes in tho vicinity
and rontrols all the luml lyiiiL' inund nbout.
It will not sell or lease one foot of it, und
teiuirH its employees to H e in tint eoiiipiiny
hoiiNes. Thn rent is deducted from tluiir
Willis eiry montli, and they aro also
expected to deal nt the conipaiiy stous, their
bills beiuu ileduuti d from their 1 nruiiiL's.
If tho coal barons curry this method of
puuishuitnt to aiitliini; liku tho cxtiutof
tin ir power thoro will bo untold bu1T rinu
aiuouK tlio idlo mini rs In the cold days that
will soon set in. Kuforctd iilluiosshusmuilii
many of them shoeless and suppi rless, and
this new luovo will make them absolutely
Bholtorlos. It is understood that marly all
tho compnnies of tlie Lehigh region will
enrry out tliis iirturriumnn if nccesNary, hut
tliat tlio Htout Coal Coiuimnv have consented
to lend tlio way and see if they eannnt strike
terror into tho men ami compel thim to pi
buck to work.
Tho Knights of Labor of Wilkesbnrre,
when they heard that the writs hud been
ishiieil ami wern in thn liiiuils of the Slmnir,
at once eiiKiied YY. II. lliniH and John
Ijynclit who will to-morrow ask the court
for 1111 injunction btoppinu thn proceedings,
on till) ground that the leabeb urn illegal.
The Knights of Labor urn doing nil in
their power to help their BiirTcring brethren,
but where there aro so many mouths to feed
tho hi st they can do is not much. About
.I,'J(I worn sent to thu (Icueral Hnlinf (Join
mittee from tho Hhcnauilouh region yestor
day. At n ineeting there to-night tlindo.
termination of the railroaders to boycott the
Lehigh Valley lliiilroud Ooinpany will he con
siderul. Tho boycott is alriady in force at
llnlmnoy City nudthurnon nsmidl scale as tlio
individual action of a number of uicrchnuts.
Thorn was nn effort ninilu hero two weeks ago
to make it general, but it failed. It is thought
that tho boycott will now bo carriod out
A special from Oornollsvillo says that tho
Labor orpiniiitionn in the coke regions lme
temporarily suspended hostilities and thn
ollleials aro now thmitiug their time and
energy to increasing tlio membership of their
respeitivo orders. A works of met tint's aro
being held in tlio region this week tho object
of which is to stir up thn men to a spirit of
organization. Secretary Mttlhu, I'risiilent
Tiimbath and Htatn Secretary Dmia address
tin so uieetinge in Knglish uud intcrpruters in
tlie vinous foreign tongues.
Dlnpleniieil wild Ihe .Slide .llnniirrlurrrn.
Kulglits of Labor attuelieil to Dlntrlcl Assembly
No. Ill, which Is composed of shoemakers,
tiro not pleased with what they term
the fliKMliiul ac'loii nt tl'C Hoot and
hlioe Mjimfnrtnrera' 'A'tnclntlmi. Tiey my
tlic nro ntiri uablo to the Helllrment of all dllTer
(Iicih by arbitration ns IIrv li:tc bien licretiilure,
but they u unt tl'lr full irl lieges as men, wlthuut
dli'iallou, mini ttittr employer.
'Ihe Keciilive Uommltleu ot tho HI100 Miinufao
turers1 AsHooliiiloti met llils miirnlng, unit com.
plt'ted Hie buntness left mcr by the iuummiiIoii
jistcnUr. The nrgaiilratloii was iniido permii
ntnt, and Iho manufiictiin rs will lu future bo
comblnul ugalnst the wnrKmen.
The l'lillnilrliiblit Mboe Strike ()ir.
BI EC1AI. TO THE rKNlNI) WIIBI 11. J
I'llII MihLi'iitt, Nov. 15. There Is n pro'pwt
to-il.i) that :i,ikh) shnemnkeM who luie betn en
sttRc will nil bo at tlnlr lasts .igulu belore night
fall. 'J hey have btcn Idle nearly a month nud
luo eacilfleeil nrarlj Ijihi.iuhi lu wnyei. '1'liu
sirlke has been lellled In .1 f.ilrrplrlt of iiiinprn
luiee, the new- rules ol the manufui Hirers grunting
mail) of tho concessions Ihe employees nsWed.
l'lllsburK Conl ,lllneN llcinnnd (irnnlcil,
Isrrcui. to tiik rriMMi worn n, I
l'lTTsnuim, Nov. 15. All the coal opiratora In
the Pittsburg field will grant the the cents advance
lor digging iigrcrd upon last nlghl bj the .lolnt
lloiid of Arbitration i, t otiillialluii of Ihe
National lVdcralloli of Miners and Mine ()t rrdori
ul Columbus. Thondt.itici benellts o.itli men.
STUDENTS F0R1IIDDEX TO SMOKE.
blimulur Action by Ibr I'nrulty of Ike fill,
lerelty nf l't iins)liuiila.
IITECIAI. TO Tilt KYI Mlll W(im P.
,iiit.ui:i.PHMl Nov. 15. Tlio htudentsof
I tlie l'nierhity of I'enusj lMinitt nro eoiUd
nud nugry otr nn ordt r from tho faculty
esti tduy forlndiltug tin in to smoke on tho
I proptrty controlled bj tlie college. Hen to.
I fori thuhtudintb huAn hiuoki'd their cigars,
pipi sand cigarettes without tiny ono to say
tin m nay, Tho matter was biought tin ho.
fore the faculty. It -was the gem ml opinion
that smoking was not the proper thing within
the bounds of a big college building, and
that the students wero certainly not bitter
htiuh nth for so persibtentlv uung tobacco
during hours which should bo ilowitcd to
tin II stuiliek. It was fiunll divided In make
a itiunl iisiuinst what nmii of the liiofeebors
look upon as an mil, uud forbid it. A stu
dent will bo ghen two chimces. If ihteeted
violating tho new rulos ho will bo warned
twice, but if lie btill persists hn will hero
ported to tlie pro wist, and the Committee on
yihciphnc will take cognizance of tin case
Tlio btudents dismissed tho mutter last
night, und it was decidod to get up a petition
asking the fncultj to set apart ono room in
tho building us it smoking-room, where thoea
whourobuch arduit hntrsof thoweulthat
they cannot do w ithout it for a fow hours can
seek n few uiuiiiitH bolnco in then pipes,
cigars or figured' h h is niil thnt then- will
be no trouble u, g ttin fully two huiidled
biguaturcs to such a petition.
IlayciittlnK u bull Cmupnuy.
Two agents of tho (Jeutral Kxeoutlro Hoard of
the Knights of Labor hart arrived In this c'ty to
direct a boycott of the productions of the l'eunsyU
vanla Hall Company, The boycott grew out of a
:true bj mo companj'i TfvrkmealMtAPiik,
OPEN THE ART MUSEUM.
THE PEOPLE WANT IT, AND TJIET BK01JM)
HAVE THEIR WAY.
ANrwYork .lrnn Ollirrd III. PlurlCnllri-tlon
Willi llir I'mvlso llinl Ibr .Tluslllili Hhaiild
lie Openrit cm Hiiudny Tlio (lift Went Io
.liilinn llnpkln llnltrrrlly .llr. Ilnrilrn's
Vletra III I'uvor of tbc huiiilny OpeliliiK.
ZU' : JTTT'-Ji Lf Mi iropolitaii Mubetim
rarrrrrTfll of Art would b o
Hransnj r-tr blocked off by tho
15H1 IIlIP'! HniiiUy opening, ns
plw'nrj&'SliJ? homo of thu trustees
"Vffl'felkiXi htcra to f,'"r' " '"
'WJJUCro-,-! novcrthelcss it fact that
Wli!ilvA-4 t some Mtliiahlo objects
YVSrl V 'mvn ''ecu '"st '" "'"
SIjJMWW I) Museum bteauso it
ffW liirrn I" ('"CK "ol t),,u" on Hu""
LJ 111 n l day.
tJl I'LlflVWi Kot long ngo n gen.
I1J iKSrJt " tlemau of this city,
rKp LC' wll"u r"u'llingin Kn.
" " ropo, mado a flni)
lanintrino cnlleciion at Lnko Lu7emo, It
illustrated mtv beautifully thn transition
from one period io another in tho history of
tlio human race. To Iho ethnological stuih nt
It was fuii of tlio deepest interest. An illuB
trated article tin tho colli ction appeared in a
lending iiiaga.ine, Tho gentleman ouerod
tho colli ction to tho Museum if it would
open on Suiulujs. Tlio oiler was dielinad
nnd these choice bpeoinienn, which so adorn
a musouiu and aro of such great scicntillc in
terest to tho intelligent musses, were sent to
another city. Tlie gentleman is an alumnus
uf Johns Hopkins University and ho sent tho
bjn cimeus to that institution.
This is ono instance, and thcro aro, doubt
less, others. Certainlj one cannot lilanio nn
eamtbt collector who has patiently (tot to
gether objects which illustrated some phase
in art and sciuice, for putting his collection
win re it will do tlio most good; anil hence,
hikctingn museum which is willing to do
good to mull, und to enlaige his capacity for
the higher life ovi u on Huniluj .
Matthew O. I), llordeii, President of thn
Department of Public Parks, and by virtue
of tho position a member of the Hoard of
Trusties of tin Museum, is strongly in favor
of opening it on Sunday. " I am certainly
desirous of si eing the Museum open on Sun
duys," ho Mid. !' Whether it is open or not
thousands of people will go to Central Park
on Sunday uf fei noons. Ho it would not draw
piople away 1 rout church. Tliobe people who
go to church uioiiiing and afternoon will not
gnu up their church for tho Museum, even if
It bo opened. On the other blind, hundreds
who go iiiitlior to tho Park nor to church,
would ho draw n there, greatly to tht.lt aihnii.
"Tho estimate of oxpensis nectssnry for
opening tlie .Museum on Sundujs seeiiud to
bin ii llgures a little bigger than they needed
to he. This estimate will he considered, nnd
an) rinsonnble expeuso will probably liu met
by the city, ltilt if the public, which Hoeins
to luiMi so just a claim to this privilege, is do.
nil d seeing tho pictures and works of art on
Sunday, it is not improbable that something
will bo retrenched trom tlio pnscnt annual
impropriation which tho city makes to tho
Museum. I hope it will soon throw open its
ilolin Iligelow, who was seen in his houso
in (iramercy Park, said: "It is a matter
which I think 1 ought to expnss nijsclf on
first before tlie Hoard. If I wero called on
suddenlv oven then to oto on tho subject, I
don't know that I should feel prepared
to do so without preparation. It is
n point that would require some
thought. Not that my mind is not
fully mado up as to thn propriety or right of
opt niiig tlio Museum on Sunday. I havo
quite a clear idea on the point, but you must
excuse me from expressing It. Do you not
, think that the trustees can arrange the mat.
I tor? Ot do you think tlio papers havo got to
I do it V There nro several tilings to bo con
sidered m settling tlie iiuestion."
This nniark of Air. Iligelow showed a feel
ing Hint exists ton ei rtiini extent among thn
trusteis, anil which wah known to bo there.
Some of them ft el a little nettled at the agi
tation of tlie matter by Tm. Hvenimi Would.
as if their private biibiiiLss was being meddled
There is no ground for this sentiment. Tlio
public feeling m tho mutter is that tho Mu
seum, an institution occupying toward the
public tho position of something mtindtd
for its henelit, should he opt ni'il on Sundays.
This is albii thu belief of Tut Kvlmmi
Would, ami it is only doing its legitiiiiuto
work in trying to ailvniieethe lute nuts of tho
public: by showing the gioiindb foi this view.
No one questions tlio grtat merits ot the
gentlemen on the Himid wholiavo given bo
gunerously of their wealth and of tlnir por
bouul labor to udvauco the inteicsts of tlio
Museum. It is because they am so deserv
ing of gratitude tliat it is believed tliat tliey
will ai'ipilLsco in whnt the public desires ns
boon ns thovuto convinced tliat the public
desires it, and lightly. Themis no trench
ing on pciMiuul rights. Tlio two ot three
members of the Hoard who aro swayed by a
lelignms piejiulice iigaiust tho opening may
he expeclod to oppose it. If they think it is
wrong, what else can they do?
'Iho othurs are oflected hy motives of ex
podioiioy. If they weio convinced tliat it
wus for tlio good of tho people nud of the
Museum thev would doubtless vole for the
Sunday opening. It is by discussing a point
of that kind that tlio issue is matte clear.
This is wliut Tin. Kw.Niho Would is doing.
Pence In Ilrrr Moat's Olllcc.
The report that Heir Mont Is mlsoliigls n't true.
Au K i-mnii Woiti u mortrr ctillid at h' onico
lo-duy und found him calmly writing at h's desk,
j:urtliliu In Iho oillcu had assumed n puiccful
aspect. Ihe bg dark knife wlilili usually lies
open mi the unuri'lilst's table lud dRippe.ircd, and
the liiuvy inuiposltiir who acts us a loiiucir for
tneoillio did uot have a ward to suy. Hi rr Most
repe tied a senteai-e from his old-tlmo harriiugtie,
und the reporter withdrew-.
Sttpi. Mtiriny held .t long eoiifireuco with
Imp" 'or Uj nn b .n noon. At tho i ml uf It
lie s.ii.l: '"It N not yet settled what will
bo ilotio wlih Most. '1'ne fall report of the du
tecitts It not belore us. When It Is, should It
bu found tlit Hcrr Host used suili lungujge us Is
utirliitiiid to htm, slfibuill be prompt ly tnkeii to
urn st tilm. "
A rumor was clrotilnled this mornlug that tic
teeth is had illsinvered a plant of explosive lm
plimouls aud would aelto them at tho piopcr time.
Wllllnti to Help Hie Committee.
Up to a line hour this looming uouu ot tho Quir
antlnc I'ommlisloiiers had nrilved at tha oillco In
llroitdwuj, Sluyur Hewitt's letter to I)r, Kniltli
was the subjeit uf iilseustlmi union? tho cm
ploveca ill the nlllce. Kecrelury Mt'ilciianid Hint the
iiiiiiuilisten 111 be wliuuif to Ittlltluli Mr. Hewitt's
loiiiiultiie wuli an) and .It information lu its
tinner, lie does nut ubiime to speak for Dr.
hmlili, but aits tuat he Is ijutto contldeiit taut tlio
ooclor ill ahi ilo all that If can to assist the
louimltlee In pteiijtlug its riport on the touultlon
of alfalrs at the (fuaruutlnc Ulaud.,'
I'oniinusloncr Nicholls, n-no came in later, soldi
"I am glad to Irarn that the Mayor has appointed
a committee to cxmnlnolnio tho manner by which
we conduct tho affairs at Quarantine."
lleuvy Wrnlhrr nt Hen.
The steamship Critic arrived from Dundee this
morning utter ti long and stormy raage, She
sailed trom Dundee Oct '.'.i, and Immedla'cly en.
eouutcrid very stormy w cither, Ii grew wotst
day by day, and Iroin Nov, i to Nov,
a heavy WL.tcrly gales, blowing
with hurilcaue force, wero encountered.
1 he wind blew Irnm eierr point of tne compass.
High head seas camo piling over the bow of the
steamer, sweeping away everything movable
about the decks. The ship was tossed about like
; le&Uier, and at times her eafetr WMttiuteuei
HE 18 A WESTERN DYNAinTER.
Kownlsrli, Wlio Hnllcd nn His Htalo of Indl.
inn, llonwbl Mid Tlrlirt In Cblcnn.
A Tyilidnn cnbln despatch states thnt
Cliarhs Kowatsch, alias Itauovcr, a passtn.
gor by tho State lino Bteomor Stnto of Intli
nna, has hern arrested at Green
ock for having in his possts
bIoji four dynatnito cortridgcB, tacit
7 inches long, with copper caps nltuehod,
and n gutta-percha tubi 18 inchiH long. Ho
refused to state his business or to account
for his possession of tlie oxplosivt s.
Tho Slate of Indiana left Now York on
Nov. II and arrived at Olasgow at H a. i. yes
terday. Kowatsch went to Urocuock with
other passengers whoso destinations wero
foreign ports. The explosives were tllseov.
cretl in tlio usiinj benreli inatlo by the (Jus.
torn-House officials. When arrested ho said
his namo was Julius Itnnover.
At tho office of thn State lino in this city.
63 Ilroadway, Mr. llaldwin said that
Kowatsch bought n steerage tickt t
for Drcmoi by the Stuto of
Indiana nt tho fllurngo oillco on Oot. 2d.
Ho paid "Jl'J for his passage to Olngow and
?.1 udilitioual for further transportation
to Kronen. (, said ho was a uutivu
of Oermany, and gave his ago ns forty
two years. Mr. liuldwin said that if thn
company hnd lieen aware that ho had dyna
mite) in his possession they would have re
fused to let htm go aboard the ship. Tho
Chicago polici will be asked to find out, if
possible, whore Kowatsch caum from.
The London police believe Kovvalsnh to bo
a dynamiter and uu agent of the Invincible
in the iTnitcd Stat' s, Membeis of the ('Ian
mi fine), however, disown any knowledge of
Kowatsch. J. J. Moroney, of II2S Tenth
avenue, said to have bien until hitch the
Loudon ngent of the society, told ait Lvin
ino Would reportir this morning that he
had never heard such a name as Kowalseh
or Hanover, ami said he did
not boliovo tho man under nrrest in Ot ecnoek
was in any way identified with tlio Irish
O'Donovan Kosa said ho could givo no in
formation on thu subject.
WKETOHEI) VICTIMS OP DUINK.
William Daly's Drunken Jingo Towards Ills
Wife, mill MepiluiiKliler.
Agent Stockiug, of the Socit ty for tho Tro
volition of Cruelly to Children, brought to
Jefferson Market Court this morning William
Daly, a drunken lumberman, his wifo Annie,
w ith her oyes antl face discolored and bru lsetl
carrying a sickly i ighteen months old malo
chiltl, and Lizzie, eight years old, stepdaugh
ter of tho husband, with her head swnthed in
Tho family occupied room 32, on tlio top
floor of thu tcnemeiit-houso 154 liloeoher
street, which was found in a most filthy con
dition and barren of furniture. A rusty old
stove, a broken table aud two chairs com
prised their household goods.
When Stocking entered tho apartment
yesterday afternoon ho found tho woman
lying on tlio bare Hour, her face clotted witli
blood mid her clothing saturated witli
it. Tho infant was King in u undo stuto
beside bur slcepui'' calmly, Liio, the
daughter of Mrs. Daly's ilisl husband, had a
bloody towel bound mound her head.
William I)uly vi orks. hut occasionally fro
tpients saloons and plays policy, lloeauie
home drunk yesUrdav morning, und, without
the slightest provocation, spuing lit his step
daughter, nnd dealt her a torriblu blow
on tho head, inflicting a sovero scalp wound.
Witli tlio blood rushing from a deep out.
in thn head, she lied in terror for her lifo out
of the room and house. Tho drunken man
then sot upon his wife, who was lying in a
drunken stupor on the floor, and beat her on
tho face nnd bend until ho became tired, and
then laid himself hy her sido uud went to
The houKokeeper of tho premises notified
the Society for tho Prevention of Cruelty to
Children, and Agent Stocking, accompanied
by it policeman, arrested tlio husband and
wife. Jiibtioo Duffy sent William Daly to tho
workhouso for six months, the wifo nnd her
eighteen mouths child to tho island for three
months, and committed Li.io to the
LIVELY TIMES FOR THE 0, 0. P.
Home or llm District Lenders Co bo Ilnuleil
Over tlio CiiuIn To-Nlxht.
Thcro may bo a lively timo at to-night's
meeting uf the ltopublicim County Commit
tee. Tlie bitter element of tho pnrty mny
resolve upon some stringont measures to
punish tho members of tho machine
who piovcd traitors and treacherous
last Tuesday. Mr. Eliliu Hoot wiid to-dny
that soinitlitii' must be done to rid tlio party
of tho men who act, work undvotons they
phase on election day. Ho would not hay
what notion wits contemplated.
Then) is, however, no doubt that tho ma
chine mm who supportul Col. 1'Mlow swill
bo got rid of. Tho .Eighth Assombly District
machine will bo looked into. Mr. John J.
O'Hrien mid a few of his lieuti limits wetn
faithful to Mr. Nieoll, but many of them
bolted the regular nominees and oponly sup
ported Col. 1'Vllows.
Ilarnev O'ltoiirko, who has a big " pull " in
tlie Lighth District, win. out) of the chief con-
' spiiatois uud truitors, but O'lSnt u hays that
he did not havo nny influence over O'Kourko.
Such Ht publicans as Klihu Hoot, Salem II.
Walts and Cornelius N. Hlissaie thinking of
ri organizing tlie eiitirouiuchinii in thoDigiith
District. It the programme is curried out
theio is every chimin of u high old timo
within the (1. O. P.
Then, there aro soveral prominent chiefs
wlio will give their opinion to-night about
the nomination of Democrats upon a Kcpub
lictiu ticket. They aro tho " 1 told ou to "
Apiirnling Io tlio Uxeciillvo Hoard.
It Is reported that Mr. i-eaty, ofthe.ile brewing
firm of Ltavy .V llrltton, Is In Philadelphia consult
ing the (leuiral Executive lloatd of tho Knights
of Labor (or the pitrposo of obtaining
Us Interposition In nettling the difficulty
between ins Unit and its employees. The men
are all out bteauso of tho alleged discharge
of uulon men without Biiitlcleut cuii'c, and a boy
cott Is lu force ng.iliHt the id" and poner brew ed
by tho llrui. District Ass"iiiblj Nu. pi has int
inked the tn Hi rill Hoard m Interpose lu the u site. ,
and It li tlurif ire t nought that Mr. I.ciyy'srtqtuirt
will not be in ceiled lo.
i:nll Culled It ffelis lleer.
Policeman Itelger.of tho 'Ihinictli strict utatlon,
bought un oyster stew nt Clark's reitatirant, ISM
blxth uremic, at 8 A. M. to-day, then ordered a
bottls ot bur, paid to cunts font, and arretted
Charles Mshoney, the waller, on u charge or vio
lating the Kxi'iso law,
Mahoncy said ut the JefTcrson Market Court to
day that It was vvelaa beer, Juallco Dully ap
pointed Interpreter Charles Wlnkeliuanu aud n
reporter us experts.
" Weiss beer," both said.
" Discharged," Justice Duffy E&ld.
hlrlUrrn tinting New Work.
Rome of the girls who struck lu tne large shirt
manufactory of Davla A Co. said to-day thnt tho
nrm had reccn'ly employed some cx-coiiTlcts to
take their places, and that the strikers
had accordingly appealed to District Assembly No.
49 to enforce the bovcott more effectively.
Ihe strikers demanded the discharge uf
Hubert K. l'earce, the foreman, and
on tho refusal of the firm to ac
cede to It, they went out. Most of the striken
havo found work In the co-operatlte factory In
'lhlnl avenue, between Forty-seventh and Korty
elghlh etreets, and In other manufactories.
Dr. George I.orlllnnl'a Itonl l!Mntr Sold.
The relate of Dr. (leorge Lonllard, who died
about live years ago at llhlncbcck,wua sold at auc
tion at the Heal Estate Exchange to-day, The
property is known aa Not. 16 Thompson street, 1M
Bering atreet, S3 Meroer street, ST, M ami Tl
Uleecker street, JM Canal street, lbs Hudson street,
49 and iHU Lslfht street, Grand street, 1M Cherry
street, sewooater atreet and Sl East Forty-aUta
ife,lvM',v.siUf-1 ntl-fiti'ffiattSf iSfB ' SmmmMmimmm
AGAINST THE BUCKET-SHOP.
ruoriuETOK TODD found guilti UNDER
THE GAMBLING ACT.
Tlie Jury Mnlto Up Their .Hindu In Hnlf an
Hour .Indue Cnvrlnii Imposes u Fluo of
8101) nml tSrauls n May I'cnilhiB u He
vision of the Proceedings The Cine to
(o to the Court of Appeals.
Assistuut Dibtrict-Attoriloy 1'urdy summed
up for tho peoplo this morning in tho cuso of
Klllott W. Todd, tho bucket-shop keeper, in
dieted under tho Gambling act, in General
Sessions Court, and tho cuso was givou to tho
jury by Judge Cowing ut 1.2& i'. m.
In his eliargo Judgo Cowing directed tho
juiy lo consider only tlio fust count of tho
indictment, thnt charging Todd with keeping
n gambling house. lie defined the law con
cerning gambling nnd Haiti that reei nt decis
ions of tho courts hnd declared that
contractu in futures worn legal, nnd that
biing so, tho case tinned upon the single
iiolnt whether or not tlie contracts made in
Toiltl'h olHce wile bona lido and made with
tlie intent to delivi.r stock when rr quirt d.
If the contracts, being legal, wero bona fldo,
then tlie verdict would be an acquittnl.
Tlio jury announced nn agreement at 1.55,
ami returned into court with a verdict of
Mr. Todd received tlio verdict smilingly,
as though lonlidt lit of a rov ersnl on nppeal.
Assistant District-Attorney J'urdv movid
for judgment, ami t i'l th.it us Mr. Todd hud
beiii cmrying on the busintss, which tho
jury decl.iud to lit of a gaming character
lor fourttcu years, it was probable
that ho thought it legitimate. Iiodesind to
litixe the cube reviewetl by the Oenorul Term
and thn Court of Appeals if ncciksury, and
Mr. I'urily thought that, under the circuni
stnuct s, tlio Court should bo lenient and im
pose u lino mil y.
Judgo Cowing talked in tlio sumo strain,
saving tliat ho was not sure that his rulings
wero correct, nnd ho would only impose it
lino of $100, and would sign a certificate lor
reviovv by the (ieticial Teim and grant a btay
of proceedings fur thirty days to allow tho
tlcfenso to prepare a case aud exceptions.
The Trial of" Hough.
Tho trial of John Hough, the e-convlat and man
of many allai-cs, for swindling lllchard J. Herbert,
Jeweller, of iiii Maiden lane, out of $li,u.s5 worth of
ill iiiioiulB, will conilned to-duy in the tlcDcrnl Ses
sions Court bctoru Jiecorder .Smyth, '1 lie rocued
Ings were brought to u sudtleu slop yester
day upon It appearing that thu pago con
taining tho record of the pledge ot
I lie illimouils with William Simpson fur $1,10
had been torn from the pledge book. Thlspigo
was still missing this morning, but Mr. Klinpson
produced tho tickets wlikli had represented the
jewels. Theso showed that Hough pawned Iho
diamonds Immediately after securing them from
Mr. Herbert In June, ISsS. Heforo the doluctlve
itlsuovircd this Hough, who had given tuo name of
Hrnoks, had redeemed thtin.
'1 he defense offered no testimony In Hough's be
half, nud both sides siibmltied tlio case under tho
ltccorder's charge, 'ihe Jury promptly rendered a
verdict convicting Hough of grand Urceny In tho
ilrst degree, und lie wus remanded until l'rlduy
Kiullh'H Itcnth Duo to O'lJen.
A Coroner's jury last nlgnt found Policeman
I'runcU O'Dca guilty of having cait'ied thu devth of
Kdward amltli, by unnecwiry vlolcnco In making
hit arrest. He was remanded to the Jail to await
the action of lie tlraud Jury.
MICE OF A PIIY SICIIM.
I hnvo iul Dr. OrooneNorrurft Ni'rvoTonIo In my
prtutluo with Mrunderful rosulli. Many InvalitiK, also,
whi nru nut undor my ojito, tiavu Kpult n ul it in my pres
cnon in ttTtiirt of tb nighottt prAixs. I hare found tt a
k tfi ct niitt coiuptt to cure for thtmn thi utrn iulTrrIn(j
n m all f rms if in.rvuin trouble, Hloepli'inepn, lt"d-nolit-,
tierviiii pkiiirti nnd dfbilitv. IlLNUY PCF
1 hit, M. !,. 158 Wt Jrfth Bt., Npw Vork.
Ir. (JriM-iie'r. Kurvura Ni ro Toulc la the mnut wondor
ful'mi dlclno ovir tllnoveretl fur thu nervoo, and tho
Krect roitUtnT of phjHlLnlund nervous atrenKth. It Is a
.uroand jHiilive curd for nervoainesa, weaknewii. nerv
ous doliflity. nerrtma nnd jthyIral tixhitifiMon. nprrnus
pmntrntlnn, nlf"eplpnsnpM, dei ndncy, mpntnl doprei
elnij, tonduiicy to insanity, bysttiria, piralyttiki, numb
neiri, trt'inbllnjf, nnuralf;ia, rhumnatiitm, pains in sldo,
back and llmbw, tired nnd languid frftlnx, apipleiy. epl
Uptlo fltn, Ht. Vitii8s dance, pnlpttatinn of tho henrt,
norrotiHaad Mick hfndaclie, nerrnus djnpepsla and all
diMiartort of tin nervous i-yHum. Itn uno will ennvincu any
ono of itrf wonderful powt rs and marvellous ellocta,
duarautt'od purely vi'gctalilo.
riUUi: $1 1KU TIOTTUC.
10U hAIsi: HY ALL UUUO(iISTS.
Prt Orot'iic, tho iTrnt Bpeclalint in tho treatment and
curoof uervituinnd clinmio dlwaM, i f 3i nt Utli
pt., New York, nny 1 consulted fni pirmallyr by
tetter. Pity t ink, Nervtiua DltHtastb, How to (Jure
'I Uetn," mailed fm.
JAMES McCREERY & CO.
IIuvo u Select Stock of Seal
skin uud Fur Garments, in
the very llnest qualities muii
uiacturetl, of novel designs,
1 and made in all lengths ;
KuuquuH, sTuckets, Dolmans,
Wraps ami Circulars, Silk
i lined and Fur-lined, ranging
i in price from 805. OO to
.'J ."(). GO. Also a great va
riety in MuiTs antl Boas, ami a
lull assortment of Fur Trim
mings, a specialty being
Kussiuu Sable Trimmings,
S40.00, $50.00 and $75.00
JAMES McOREERY & CO.,
Broadway and 11th St,
ZU "KM' VAXTKl-aiAIjK."
I TI,KnTUl)rri:il antol a e iinpetnt, sober. In.
i J, J di.trl .mi. intjii rt'itake iharauof an olectr .
tyi'ilifl i in u n ifc'hb irluj ut iimMt cimipwll rtv m
lnii.d 'I. ki oil wajf- itlll le l aid tohgiH'd pt rioti. fall
t 11 I nl.io , llulldlng,
B. Altai k Cl,
!3th Street. I9fh Street and
(1 8th St. Station Elevated Road.)
ARE NOW OFFERING
tho balnnco of 0 their Fall
a number of choice designs
of their own make at
Greatly Reduced Prises.
They desiro to call particu
lar attention to tho cele
brated fassd mm.
Acknowledged superior in
shape,, finish and material
to any Corset now mado.
None genuine unless bear
ing the trade-mark.
Notice is hereby given, caxi
tioiiinrf any jievson, not au
thorised, from (talflblting,
offering, or selling any Cor
set under tho namo of
IMPORTED ONLY BY
lla liilllillil 01 UUb
13th Street, I3t!i Street and
(18th St. Station Elevatod Road.)
PIANOS AN OUGAN
A TIIK FfiTKY UlMlIUlir PIANOS, with thni7
now rcpcfttmf I'lUxn, win (liu adiuiralUiti tf the
most critical ( to them hi fore uu my Rjld ou iiiuuttdy
paymut, hntty iMnn Warerixuui, 5 Kait 14th tt,
'INUMIUaiOr(ittANI), upright and squire pl9
il of our make, Unhtly used, almost as tttma an nttr,
ana full wtrrnulud, vritl be hoM at a liberal reduction
frotnrnjrularprUtx, pianos to rent wm. Koabe A Co.,
lrj&tUavo., abuo loth Ht.
IAKOAINH IN IIANO'i (TrUndeman A Sonwir
J nKinm, 110 5th aru,, near lH bt. , a Uri'e atut.
mnt of nrv and nl!jfhtfy iiiud piauon of our mvu aud
cthtr makes at wry attratllvy prlcoa.
rilHK '()Pi:nA" PIANO, tint innat lpular andlho
X rtnest In thn mnrWpt, only $10 monthly until paM;
on ir irter'n tnualc 1 anon 4 1rot rent only Jffi pnd f.ir
cjtalojniP, Peek A Hon, 'J1C Wit 47th at, .corner U'way,
FSREI FMEl FIRE!
A Groat Clothing Sale at Ball & Co.'s, G28 and G30
Broadway. Tho stock consists of two hundred thousand
dollars' worth of Fine Clothing saved from tlio late lire,
and will be elosed out regardless of cost at G2S and G30
Broadway. Tho lirm is retiring from businoss and every
thing must bo sold as quickly as possible. In order to
show what oxtraordinary bargains wo oiler wo quote tho
following prices s
Men's Overcoats at 82.49 ami lip Men's Suits at S3. 70
nnd up, Men's Pants at 09c. nnd up, Boys' Suits at S2.20
and up, Children's Suits at S1.7G and up, Children's Pants
at 24c. and up. Remember, all goods remaining from tho
fire must bo sold, ns wo intend to quit tho retail businoss.
OlMCV ISVENINGS UNTIL O O'CLOCK.
BALL Si CO.,
628 and 630 Broadway, bet. Bleecker and Houston Sts.
Ltri'.V-aalatjiSstfaisVlfi'aiat' amkiLLf-:''l ",( .tW fSJjitit, rti,-tUftfftt
E. J. DE1E & CO.,
j HL'C'L'IWWOItS TO 1
A. T. STEWART & CO.,
Domestic Wiltons at S1.25,
SI. CO and 31.75 per yard.
Best English Wiltons at
SI. 75 per yard.
Best English Brussels at
SI. 25 per yard.
Best Body Brussels at
S1.00 per yard.
Tapestry Brussels at 50c.
and G5c. per yard.
All-wool Extra Super In
grains at GOc, G5c., and 70c.
275 pairs Chonillo Por
tiere Curtains at S7.00,
SIO.OO, and S12.00 per
pair; reduced from SIO.OO,
S13.00, and $15.00.
Antique Curtains at $8.00
per pair ; reduced from
Nottingham Curtains at
Sl.OO por pair; reduood
Tapestry Furniture Cover
ing at SI. 35 por yard; re
duced from SS.OO.
Silk Brocatellon, in all tho
artistic colorings, at SG.00
per yard ; reduced from
I' II UN IT nun ItB-UIMIOIiHTIiURD
PHOMl'lLY, IN TIIK IlItST MANNKR, AT VEUY
MODhllATK OIIAUlIhS. KSTIMATKS VVB
csmim tabm:s and ciiaikh, a lardh
AND liI,K3ANT AgHOUTMENT HU1TAUL1C FOB
WKDDINO AND ANN1VKUSAIIY OUTS. ALSO
I'JCY ItOt'KI'ltN, Alt.lI-CllAlIlM, WHIT
1X5 DUSKS ll(IOK'ASi:s, TAIir.I!8,C'IIlF.
ioNiKiii:s. linmtoini suits, 4o at
Vr.UY UKAHONAHLK IMUOKH.
LMiMSlI ItltA-S IlKDKTrADS. THQ
oHKATrsT VAninTV ok btyijis eveii exiiiu-.
ITED, AT KXTItliMl.I.Y LOW 1'KICnS.
.1IATTIIHHHKS, MADi: TO OHDKR FROM
I'UKE SOUTH AMERICAN HAIR. MATTRESSES
REMADE AT VERY MODERATE OHAROKS.
I,AI" CIIIITAINS OF ALL KINDS CLEANED
AND REI'INISIIED EQUAL TO NEW AT 70o. PEB
LIVE CJUI'.KK FKATIIEUH, WARBANTKO
bPIUNO UNOEIIIIEDS, THE BEST IN USH.
Broadway, 4th Ave,, 9th and 10th Sts.
j i w
Tho aboTii cut Is fajniliar to nil Now Yorkors as th
" Annul ut the l'ountaln " In ContraU'ark, It hu been
ndmlrcil by thousnnda, but It poseS"S a oiKnlllcance far
biyoml that of art. It rurans health, it moans renswetl
life, nnd it means haiipliipns, which follows. Tho beau
tiful Ilihlo story of tho nngul that camo down to the pool
and touihod tho waters, so that the poor sufferer from
dliaso was healed by Its marTeUoua power, is just a. trat
to-day. The waters of Itutheada went heallnz in lUbla
times llothesda Mlnirnl PorhiR Water Is lKo-reatorinjr
jut'what It Is that causes Ilpthfsda Water to be so
l.iwi-rfnl It Is imp-is iblo t" nay, but ft In known beyond
doubt that fc rail kidney and blttldrr dlrHiultlos, fordia
listen or llrlijlit's dlsosse, no water, no oompound, no
disonvi ry known to the world, has over acoompllahod
what tho pure llethosrlu hprlnit Water has. Tho beat
physicians of New York pru.crllioauil uaelt In their prao.
tlie dnll. benator Horsey, Hon. Til Unas M. Mchol,
I,. Z. Lilter, and hundreds of other publlo and pruml
nent men Indorw Hi llo da mot .trongly. It is ao nalat
iible as will aa powerful tn many of tho laidlng- farm
Hew u nothlriff else iim nthelr tables. Mixed with wine
It bcuorueH a delljilitfiil drink, and counteracts any poaal
bin evil iftectn. It Is sold bj all dealers, and is indued
' Nature's ri medy."
JERE. JOHNSON, JR.
ALL OF THE LOTS UNSOLD AT THU
Great Auction, riopt. 20,
tmKOFF-ilGSLiB FHilfil, ,
Will b. disposed of at prirata sale on easy terms I '
$000 AND UPWARD.
Acntsalwayaat branch ofdee, on premiatt ornsf ol
nauanand Humboldt sta., Ureenpolut, to show th.lDta,
or apply to J.ra, Johnson, jr.. CO Liberty at., N.w York, ,
traliil'ulUinat., Urooklyn, 1
A RARE CIIANOE for a roataurant drlna dUr ,
bnslnnsl of 100; tall and nee. No, & Illckf at,,
corner 'Fulton at., llwoklyn, upsUlra, bitween 11A.M. 1
and 1 1'. M. A. 1), II. sfj.
" " mmmm i ' ." "
SEALSKIN NEWMARKKTS, plusb sacqa... Jawrtw.
elothinf, rurnilur. on InafalmenU, W resueoUtOiin
Irtl, VaaulgoaW. poxigoweild, f