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WR'pi WE'WoittDi ,WEDJfeI)A!r EVENlfffr fcOVEBlBER 23; 1887V ' 1
KjgtHANKfiaiVINa SUPFLIE3 THAT MAY BE
Uktfi rUECUABED TO-DAY.
BBpySfWher ?e Not so rientiml this Yrnr and,
RV In Conscejuencr, Price are Htlir Whnt
Rr'?i nil Manner of Frml, CJnme nnil Dlrnt
H&W will Oot-Tho market In Holiday Htrle
LfeKft r A God Dinner Rt moderate Coat.
EV$C Both Fulton and 'Washington ninrkots woro
HKii dolntj a rushing business this morning, Stftll
Eccpcrs rcgaidedtho hie crowds tlint began
V;to flow into the building at an early
H' kpur with tho most ovielent tuttis.
HPf) 1 faction, All the stands presented tho
HfeJJUsaal holiday nppoarnnco, and woro lilemtl
Hpfrlly' stocked with all tho dainties that the
HKif tnost ambitious hoqsowifo could wish for, nr
Hfe '; ranged in tho most attraotiTO manner. Es.
i.i'peeklly In tho poultry departmont was this
) 'tko caso. Long lines of big, Juloy-look.
HE'ibg turkeys hung upon the raoks,
MMjgflue ?f chickens, eluoks and goose hid tho
HEEft' counters from sight, and barrels and hrun.
K'pers filled with all kinds of gamo which
HH- .almost blooked tho passageways, suggesting
Hbr Borne of the possibilities of tho savory feasts
B-'f' with which the National holiday will bo colo
w ?' U one looked behind tho counters ho would
HHpi"bYe soon a lot of big brown paper-bags
HsMi'tvnged in row along tho hall and carefully
Hg-V labeled and addressed, which would havo
Hft'Wa mysterious but for the fact that from
K&! the top of every one a pair or two of
Hwfblaclc foet protruded, which unmix
HS tnkably betrayed their contents. Soinn of
BF !v(, tho more rusthotia of tho poult ry
HJ.', dealers decorated tho fiuor frpocituens
Bwlru'of, their stock hanging upon tho
JKJVTttoks with largo red, whito, yellow
HH'' and bine rosettes inado of tissuo pupor, which
Br !)' certainly increased tho attractiveness and
fjtplctaroyjucness 0f their stands. Thero wns
VKltT also q big' bnslness done in gamo, the
bbbbW'1! Ttrliini nlnlia and hotels in town.
SEVnt yell as many out-of-town resorts hav
HHkv'4s ordered largo suiiplioB for to-morrow's
IHEVtigo, Tbo markets will bo open until late
KlV this evening, and will alBo open for a short
KW time to-morrow morning.
Rtt As mlaht bo expected, tho suddenly in
BBCTeasod demand for turkeys mado prices stiff
IKgiVthis morning, and a bird of tho best
jK'V-quality could not bo obtained for
HH- Me' than 20 cunts a pound, with
K.; prospeot of a further incrcaso boforo
RVS ' evening, if tho rush continues. Tbo dealers
jHtv' Bay that tnfc supply is not as, large as usual
Hiuid that ifanoy stock is very ecurce.
BHLf Inferior birds oould bo bought for
HotT'13 and 14 cants thiB morning.
Kb Qeeso woro 18 cents and duoks of good
K A quality IS cents, Chickens ware very plcntl
HbhV ill, and,receipts being largo, tho best quality
r i'r- Of fowl Could bo had for 16 cents a pound,
Hit fe .whllo inf orior stock came much lower.
HKr ' '! tno vy ot Gamo, innU was abundant at
MkV $8 n dozen i oanvasbneks woro $3.60 to $1 a
HBk Vl 'Mir I Brpnso and partridge from $1 to $1.26
K&' apalri redhoads,$il.60apalr; woodcock, $1:
HsY A English snipo, $3.60 a dozen : plover, $3 ; rail
aKrv' 91.60 and ordinary wild duck at 76 cents a
KT pair. Thero were lots of rabbits at CO rents a
Wp.V" pair and vonisou oould bo had at 20 to 26
HkY(7 cents a pound.
tHn k' Prices in the meat market did not show
aTl ,r jpjjj change, and ohoico cuts of beef, mut
ton, hmb and pork wero tho saino as yester
, Among tho peculiarly Thanksgiving daln
HbJ ties, nuts rangod for all varioticB from 14 to
B if 28 cents a pound; Malaga grapen as low as 10
BC&r cents a pound) mincemeat, homeuiado, Bold
Ili at 16 cents, and raislne wero from 10 to 16
Hkv.v cents a pound.
HEu Tho onanga in the fish market was slight,
B'Siialthouch tho domaud was much largor thou
ILHfrlf' The following will mako an oxoollout
BcilThanksBivlnK dinner. It can bo gotten up
bI;' pt a very moderate price i
R4 o o
LVV Tarter, Cranberry Banco.
KM Washed Potato. Boiled. Onions,
Hffl. Cauliflower, celery.
H!' Pumpkin I'le. Cheese.
Hfiu Flnmruddlng. Applet.
K Gripes. NutH. caniUes.
k ' o u
1. TO GET AN EYUj SHRIT 0DT.
BEt$ Charle Gill, a Boston Lunatic, Cat Open
K hi Abdomen with a Knife.
PPKlK,; ITrom tkt notion JfrraM,
R-'.V. It evening, about five minutes prior to tbo
K3$r '.fcQur set spirt for ywnlng enure li yards to cora-
HitT aence tbelr act, a man la a state of tbo wlldeit
IHp7 f' excitement roibed Into Station l and Informed
HKj&, lleut. Cain that a man bad stabbed blmielt at tbo
Hk" hnos.4 of Mrs, Itjan, In the rear of No. u Cross
H",atreet. BergU Coleman and Iteserve omccr Tnttlo
Ht'fV"'' Proceeded at once to the spot, and tbero found
LbbbbIkV cs1e QU'i tne Part who bad attempted to de-
H crease tbe census of tbo city. The sergeant at
HEa3 nes recognized Charles, and Inquired what bo
Ktjgv bad been dolntr.
HP-f." "tij. Mr. Coleman," said be, didn't you
Hk'A know I'd nat got back?" Upon tbe olllcer'a ex-
Efn pretalon of Ignorance that be bad been absent
Hu, from tbe city lately, Charles told him that lour
Hn weeks ago ho and two friends left thU world und
K! went to heaven. Tbe others remained there, and
Kl;i. two days ago he came down to earth to adjutt uorao
Hfrw: of bis bnalneas analm he bad neglected to aettle be-
HL fore his departure. While ou tliU mundane apbere
KQ-. ,' two evil spirits bad entered him, and until he could
HFL' dUposaeu blmselt of them he could not return to
fmg i One of tho sptrlu located Itself In his abdomen
ppfMi and the otb:r in bis Btomach. lie found that the
only wsy to get them out was to cut tbrougb tho
PVaipiBta ( flesh and mtke a passage for tbclr exit, lie con-
V ifj eluded to commence with tbe one lowest down,
and, sharpening the blade of bis nockelknlte to a
"mr razor's keenneai, he commenced bit work br cut-
Vft ting a tlaan some two Inches In depth, and then
ijaBjBjpWA triad to dig oat tbe spirit wblob was lodied there.
B At this time some ot tbe Inmates ot the bouse din-
PPPKi'i covered what be was about, and, disarming him,
H: gave tb alarm.
Rv .('Ct. Coleman, who knew Gill well, humored
Hk ' mm lp his fancies, and told blm be would take him
,.--,? . to Us wlshed-for place of destination, upon which
,.,-,& - the crazy man readily agreed to accompany him.
H . Ho objected to putting on his overcoat, as lie Bald
HPafafcf ho would not need It in heaven, but tlm terge nit's
Ht argument that It would be chilly travelling on the
PinE:Y'. 5ai overcame his objections. At the station he
K Insisted that a tall, good-looking reporter nho
B&T1 isported a "beaver1' was tbe Augel Uubrlcl, and
PPMT' wanted him to blow bis born to announce tbelr
Hr,'. Vr. Elliott wis summoned, and ordered dill's re-
PB1; movaltotbe City Hospital, where be was taken in
bbUbsK"!' lbs ambulance by I'atroimea lteagan and Tnttle.
PHH' GUlbas been Insane for some time, and was at the
K Danvtrs Asylum for a time, but It was thought
HE, that he was cured, and bis friends took htm home.
pppMA Doting tbe past day or so he baa beeu drinking
te4 . some, and hit mind became again unsettled. Ilia
sbbbbbW'? S'?nd ' 1Dlle a serlons one, and may prove lataL
bbbbBi H la forty-one years old end blngle. fie made his
VT? .7 beau at tue rear of No. in croaj street with lira.
r& , Wt Who s bit suter.
mp' ' Olve ho Unrnlar III Hue.
H2f' ' IVan l Onuka 11'orlJ.J
Bl Vk tbe burglar mutt be a brave man, In a way.
Kl 'Wild all bis fault to much mutt be admitted.
Bm-x From the moment of bit atsault upou a bouso until
pV, he diet to runt a risk. At Orst tbe risk of bit life,
r.v . beetuse almptt any bousoholder would Inttlnctlvly
Sioot blin If tbe opportunity presented itself
,f early: then tbo risk of committing a capital
PaffTK crime, became almost any burglar would rather
Blt i- u than be killed If the caio should come to o
K .- fftperata an alternative, and anally, providing all
PPPfllf nil actual burglarious work has been succtsslul,
PPflpsr , the subsequent danger of detection and Imprison-
sHHHk' .' y ?"" tiomti pbllotoi.bio back number used to say
LHHrf f- H1 Dr mM wc' would beg ought to be paid for
&-"',' b ?n no might atitich'the philosophy to the
PaTsTJBR .,'-: taeory that any man who will lake the desperate
PPiHpw h .ehances or a burglar detervas ill tho reward be
HtV a t fef. No human occupation it to ourctnuner
.'' t... W.allkalagsooatldered, atUurgltry.
WlnlmiiMitMl i if t'if hi f t "" "'IT
The Tcucrnblo Holillrr nnil Hunter Pouch
Amut nt (IraiiRC.
Gen. llandolph II. Marcj, tho vcrcrablo soldier
and veteran sportsman, died at his homo on Orango
Mountain, Orange, N. J., yesterday. Ucn. Marcj
had been confined for three weekt by an Illness re
sulting from hit advanced )iarn and his death was
hourly expected. lie was attended by Dr. Soward,
tho phrslclan who also attended Gen. George Ik
McClcllan, the deceased's son-in-law, and tt his
bedside were his wlfo and hit daughter, Mrs. Ed
ward II. Clarke. .Mr?. Uen. George II. McCltllan,
tbe other ilunulitor. Is now In Kuropc.
Until wlihlu three weeks (I mi. Marcy, although
nearly eighty years old, hta had robust health and
unusual vigor of constitution. In fact he had but
Just rcturnod from a hunting expedition In tne
ltocky Mountains when ho was stricken down and
failed to rally. At toon nt he wat con
fined wllli hit last Illness be know thtt he
would not recover, and bo walled rattcntly
aud bravelr for the end to come Ho lay
mirrounildl bj hit military trophies aud tho mulls
ol hit bnullng oxourslons, aud near iiIh bcdt where
he could cu It, stood hit nncrrlng title. Gen.
llarcy'a only regret wat that hit daughter, lira.
JlcUkllan, coulil not be by hit side, aud ho would
not havo ber recalled from Europe, where tbe it
travelling for her health.
Gen. Jlarcy wata tjploilgcntlemtn and soldier
of the old school. He had a military record to be
I roud of, und hit skill as a sportsman was well
known to every follower of the chase. Gen. Marcy
was a nstlvo of Massachusetts and from that .State
w&4 appointed to the Fifth United titaloi In
I fantry and made Hecond I.lcutcnint July 1
lMi Fire years later ho became FlMl
Lieutenant, and In 1H4C became Captain of hit com
piny. Later he became Major ami I'a) master, and
in lBfll was Colonel and Inspector-General. At the
breaking out ot the war he wns appointed llrlira-dler-Gcneral
of Volunteers. Ho served throughout
the war, and for gallant and meritorious servlco In
the Held wat made Ilrcvet llrluadler General
March 13, 1B05.
When Gen. Marcy left tbe army ho chose for hit
homou uulit spot on Orange Mountain, where ho
could look down npon tho steeples of tho tnwti of
Orange. A winning road ltd alu-ag up the moun
1 tutn-slde through deep cuts to his homo. The I lace
seemed too quiet for the old soldier, who delighted
I In the din of battle, and besides ascoro of urlzzly
1 bean, had brought down with his nevor-fstllng rifle
1 every specie of big game that can be found In tho
United Mutes. Fur fourteen years Gen. Marcy has
pent tho autnmn In the laatnmsca of tho ltocky
Mountains, iud hat carried hit rifle. Into every Ter
ritory wctt ot tbe MlsslS'ilppt.
All about tbo nousouro evldonccsof the skill of
tho old burner. Entering tho tiouse where Gen.
Marcy now lies, tho visitor tteps npon a rug won
from tho back of tbe anie.t of American same, the
ltocky Monntain snteu. Just abovo bang the great
curled rum-like bnrnt of tho anlmaL Faclnx the
' Hlg Horn, " thu ungainly head of a moose thrusta
lit wty, and over the library door tho nolt eyes of
an antelope look down. There aro other antclopo
xnd deer heads nbouu Ilcfore tho parlor door Ilea
tbe bristly pelt of a grizzly bear Willi the head and
ryes Blaring upward. A groat, old-ltsbloned clock
tnat stands upon tbe door and llttlo articles ot ham
mered brats and brlc-a-brao lend a softening tono
to the. aDirtment.
Gen. Marcy, who graduated from Wctt Point
more than balf a oentury ago, bad all tho iprlKht
llnettot a roan of thirty-five np to the time of his
fatal Illness. Thn favored few who hunted with
him the last time this summer say there Is hardly a
hunter vt ho hat a steadier ncrvs or a keener ero
than I ad tho General. Arrangemuutt for long climbs
np tho steep tides of tho Itockle and tuttiet with
obstinate underbrush were made wltbont a thought
ot ever tiring tho veteran sportsman, lilt ride was
unerring to tho last shot he ever bred, and bit trdor
for the chato wat at warm as ever.
Gen. Marcy was very careful never to tell of tho
territory through whloh he hunted, lilt long years
of exploration had opened to hit viow mauy un
tried fields of sport that the experienced hunters
had not discovered. One place ho had where white
men never tot foot extent the tbree friends he took
with hltn. Ho wandered Into tho wildernesses of the
unexplored p aks aud valleys of the loast-f miueuted
( mountains, and would never tako a guide. Ho
was a better woodsmau than the old moun
tilurcri and Indians who acted as guides for New
York and English aportsmeii. The hardest game to
bring down It well-known to be tho ltocky Minimum
sheeu. Vovr marksmen havo over had success
when hunting tbeiiL '1 til kind of gamo was tho
Gencral'H special dollcht They live far up on tho
mountain iu almost InacceMii.locanyons and crags,
und It Is only the expert thHt ever iri-ti Bight of one.
And yet in one day Gen. Marcy killed alx. With
youtlifnl excitement ho rlamnoiud from crag to
cran, leaped tho cutiyons and brought homo on hit
pack mule, tho pelt of every alicen. Many times mem
bers of the party were lowered down precipitous
declines, and tho bodies woro drawn up by ropes to
tbe shelving ollifs overhead.
From tlmo lu time, and between the hunting
seasons, Gen. Marcy developed odd tastes for dif
ferent amusements. Four or dvu years ago ho dis
covered tnat bo had a talent tor carving and
repautsd work. A rino screen, delicately and
beautifully carved, and several pieces done In
Draas, show truo artistic, skill, den. Maroy wot In
every Bense a typical man ot tbo old school, and
those whi enjoyed an acnnalntanco with him will
deeply mourn hit lost, and those who btvo hunted
with aim or stood betide him In battlo will look
long boforo they And such another.
THE ANARCHISTS' BURIAL MACE.
A Cemetery Hlte Neleclr it nnd a monument
to be Unlit.
(erzcuL to Tin world.
Cinciao, Nov. lit A oornrultteo of the Defenso
and Amnesty Associations, accompanied by tho
Directors of tho YYaldehelm Cemetery, went to tho
cemetery to-day to select a bnrlal placo for tho
Anarchists. At a meeting ot tho Defense Associa
tion last nlgbt It wat decided that tbe expense
necessary to establish a new cemetery wat too
great, and that;Valdoholm was tbe best If suitable
lots could bo obtained. At former visits to tho
cemetery lots were selected by the association,
but being In sections thickly upnnkled with graves
the directors rofutcd to let them have tbo desired
alte on account ot crowds assembling at the anni
versary servicot to be held Nov 11 ot caoti year.
The committees selected a lot la tho remote
eontheasteru corner of tho cemetery, at tho inter
section of fonr roads and facing a largo oi en space
1 here ure no trravct within ituo feet of tho place.
It is likely that moro Hun otto lot will bo bought, so
at to ulvo room for a large monument. Tho plots
will be plainly marked ou tho cemetery map for the
luloruutlou of future purchaser. The committee
opened the cotlln of Ungg and cut locks ot hair
from hit head to bo distributed among the faithful.
The story circulated to the effect that efforts were
madotore-suacltnle the body ofAuguat riples alter
his execution It po.ltliely denied by Dr. Georgu
Thllo, who examined tbo body after It wat deliv
ered to tho friends, aud pronounced llfo to be
Dr. Thllo said: "When tho body was first
brought to Mucllcr'a undertaking establishment
some of the people present thought they percelvod
unusual warmth lu the corpto and I wat seut for.
I made a curcfnl examtuatlou of tho remains and
was soon conviuced that iho man was dead, and
that any attempt at revivification by italvunio bat
tery, or any other meant, would be useless, audi
so informed tho gentlemen present. There was no
attempt whatever to rettore life. The fact that tho
body wat warm proves nothing, it bad been dead
only a couplo of hours, aud when a body it kept
under shelter It takes six or seven hoar for t no
natural heat to leave It, especially whon deaiu It
violent and sudden. When I nm saw tho body
rigor mortis had already tut In and bad atlQened
tho neck and tho Jaw.
"There it but one case known to modlcal science
where a man Judicially banged has been reautcltatcd
1 bat caso occurred In Austria a lew years ago. Tho
criminal hung lor fifteen minutes, and when cut
down was turned over to tho physicians for experi
ment. Wlihlu dve minutes from th time he was
cot down, or within twenty mliitca from the tlmo
the drop i el), tho uody wat ou the operating tabic
und a powerful galvanlo current applied The neck
wat not broken, and alter a great deal ol labor in
producing arilUclal respiration, und the electricity
being constantly applied, tho subject revived, but
in a state ot wild delirium. From thin he never re
covered, and In twenty-lour hours he died. Now,
restorative intents were used In thlt case within
twenty minutes after the hanging, while In the
hplts case It wat three hoars before tho body wat
brought to tho undertakers. Then, even though
tbe neck was not broken, It was too late."
Eloquent t'nnt. Much;.
From ttit Chicago Timtt.
Capt. lllack, who bas won fame as tho chief
counsel of the Anurchlsts, Is a remarkablo man.
Probably there It no lawyer at tbla bar possessing
so much sincerity of mind and disinterestedness of
purpote so broad and constant a eompattlon for
unfortunate humanity. Capt. lllack is a tinder
munandyet u strong oue, and the picture ho
makes striding Irom hit suburban home to tho
railway station, ctrryiug In his arms an adopted
baby buy, U one which seems to tpcuk ot
gcnlleoess mingled with strength. The boy
it bo olteu in bU anna and seems to be
Kucb a part of the picture that tho neigh,
bora more easily recognize the Capuiu's
figure when accompanied by Its burden than when
not, Capt. lllackrs predominant characteristics
ure eaiuejtnesi. human sympathy, generosity.
Ills pilvule ciarlty la very 'urge, at Ittbaloriilt
wife. Mr. and Mrs. lllack are wealthy, Her
father was a prominent lawyer In Texas and tho
eiwutr of a very large estate (here, one comprising
some ten or Offeen thousand acres of land. When
Cpi. lllack wat a young soldlei In tbe Union
army aud his wife the daughter of a Confederate
leader In Galveston occurred tbelr first meeting.
jr4HTit&M if' iitffi ii!fMjTirii,iif'
A CABLE UNDER THE PACIFIC.
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WESmiN MiTEIll'KlSB DEMANDS A LINE
TO CHINA AND JAPAN.
Tbe Project Much n Jret Umlrrtnblnsr Hint
Cntdlullst Have llrsllnled to Help It
Tba Need or Hitch n I.I up IU I.ouh Keen
Apparent It lUtubllsbitient Urged la
Hplte of the Inaction of Courtcm.
(incut, to Tits wont.i. I
8n HiUNCteco, Nov. 20. The lUamirvr devotes
n pane, with drawing, in support nf a projected
cable which shall cros the l'uclllo Oceiu nnd con
nect tho Unltod States directly Willi China, Japan,
Australia and tho Handwlcb Island. This project
ha been agitated from time to time, but the mag
nitude of the undertaking has debarred capitalists
from making tbo venture. Appeals to tbo tcveral
governmenti havo been frequently made, and at
far back at 1H73 Congress passed nu appropriation
bill providing for a survey of tbo l'aclflo
Ocean's bed between this coast and Japan, with a
vlow of ascertaining tba most feasible courao over
which to lay a cable The work was performed by
tho Tuscaroro, under command of Commodore
Belknap. Subsequently, Commander J. N. Miller
continued tho exploration from the Sandwich Isl
ands to Ilrltbano In Australia. 1th tho exception,
perhaps, of tho Kuro Hiiro, or black stream of
Japan, wbire the water wat nearly Blx
miles In depth and thu current of ter
rific strength, no Insuperable dinicultlcs wero
discovered. If tho Government at that time enter
tained any Idea ot laying a cablo to Japan It was
abandoned, and since then nothing moro hat been
dono by Congress lu this direction, though appeals
to It have been frequent, ltcsldcnts of the Sand
wich Islands have been tho most persistent and In
defatigable agitators In behulf of a cable, and
Cyrut W. Field h been regarded as u sort of
commissioner Intrusted by the Islands to press tho
matter upon the attention of Congressmen and in
every other manner do all lu his power to connect
the Islands with somo port on the l'aclflo coast by
cable. Thus far so little has been accomplished In
this direction that many havo readied tbo conclu
sion tbat Mr. ricld has not been very sincoro In bU
advocaoy of tbe project. Tbe Importance of thus
rouncctlng thoao Ulaods is given in a quantity ot
Interviews wltb business men and citizens ol Cali
fornia, Duo emphasis Is laid npon tbo ttrategla
position of tho Islands lu tho ovent of war botwecu
tho United tjtales and any foreign power.
It Is shown that the laying of a telegraphic cable
to tho Sandwich Islands It a deslraklo undertaking
from every point of view It It possible tu regard It.
Ban Frunclsco merchants, shippers, contlgnoes and
the thousands ironcrallr whoso interests aro moro
or lets closely linked with tho maritime commerce
of the city, would find it to their advuutage. espe
cially if the line were continued to Australia and
Japan. Tho profile, ol the bottom ol the l'acluc. at
shown by tho drawings to the Unilod States Sur
vey, demonstrates thai the cable can bo laid with
It It tuggextcd tbat two nrancrt c.itibs bo laid
from tbe (.ullfornlacoasi, ono starting from Sun
Francisco and the olhei from Sail Dleuo, aud com
ing together at a cat lo station on the baudnluu
Islands. From tho Sandwich Islands two main
Btemt should be laid, ono to pruceed south through
tho I'luculx, Samoa and FIJI Islands to Brisbane,
Australia, and tlto other lo run directly across the
l'aclflo tu the llouln Islands uud then north to Yo
kohama, Japan. From Japan a supplementary
cubic would connect the mam oceanic system with
China. Still unuthcrBot of soundlnxs arc given at
aunutlluo torn ciblo from the United Slates to
Julian. Tbl projected cable would run northwest
from Cape Flmtury, or uomo point near l'nget
Sound, to the Aleutian Islands, where cable sta
tions would bo established. From tho most wibI
oriy of the Aleutian Islands tbo cable would run
south-southwest to Yokohama, Japan.
1-rom tho reports of tliu nuvaloillcem who made
tho soundings, it uppturs that the 1'aclUo bottom
tt very uneven. The currents In some places are
loo swill to admit of laying a oable, but by avoid
ing these localities stbl water was found. Tho
deepest sounding was found toboii7,b!0 feet, but
trout Sail Francisco to Honolulu I he ocean bottom
It regular and readily adaptable to tho laying of a
'1 lie Ktnmhitr lays the faola and possibilities bo
foro the business men uud shows that the growing
truiln with blu nnd Japan, with iho Hawaiian
Jslundi and thu various grouna In Ilia Southern l'u
clllc and Australia warrants tho expenditure ucces
uary tor a fully equipped cable system. It show'
that little la to bo hoped for Irom Government ap
propriations, and urgis the laying of l'aoltlc cablet
by private enterprise aud western capitalists.
1118 BODY BOUGHT AND SOLD.
A Chapter Added to Mr. rati'rnou'a Uvantrul
William D. ratcrson, who died alono lost Satur
day In hit boarding-house In Ninth street, had had a
straugo and rather eventful domestic history, sinco
the time of his death, howovcr, tho domestic his tory
has become stranger titan over, and was ended
yesterday wltb tbo consummation of a peculiar
post-mortem bargain. Ills remains are now rest
Ing quietly In a Newark cemetery, and will stay
thero unless there aro Borne now developments In
Mr. fatcrson was born In Newark, N. J., a little
over fifty years ago, and It Is said that tho city of
ratcrson was named after ono of his ancestors,
who represented tho British Crown In tho Ameri
can colonics. Ho went Into tho drug business In
this city, and travelled much In India and other
tropical countries In Koarch of raro drugs, on tho
merits of which ho wua an expert. In this busi
ness he amassed a fortuuo ot moro than Jl.ooo, 0o0.
Ho owned a borne In Nowark worth 1250, 000, und
wugenerally regarded as a prosperous man. In
1677 ho becumo acquainted with Mies Cadis, tho
Western Union Company's telegraph operator lu
the Merchants' Hotel, lu Cortlandt street, and mar
ried her Boon afterwards. For a few Tears tbey
lived happily together. Then sho lelt blm, louring
also a noto in which she said Bhe would never for
glvo him. Slnco then she hat earned her own liv
ing as a telegrapher. Now sho Is employed by
Field, Llndlcv & Co., who havo offices In tbe Wash.
lngton buildlntr. No. 1 Broadway.
For tho past year W. D. l'aterson had roomed at
No. 43 East Ninth stroet, lu this city. Ho bad lost
a great portion of hit former large fortune, but
wat still In bnslness us a inoinberof tho linn of
David K. Green A Co., o( No, 15 Cedar Btreok
About alx wecka ago Mr. l'aterson fell 111 with dia
betes. For tbo past month he had beeu unable to
ieave hit room, but be was tenderly nursed by Mrs.
.qng, hit lanuludy, wbo charitably took oare of
her tick and lonely lodger, l'atcnon's wife and
brother called ou him, but ho rclnsrd to see them,
lie died last Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. His
brother, James l'aterson, of Newark, N. J., wat
notified aud came over In the aflcrnoou. lie en
gaurd Undertaker Atkinson, whoso atoro 1 at
Lights street anu Fourth avenue, to take charge of
the funeral arrangements. Dames agreed to re
turn Monday aud complete tbe arrangements, but
be did not uppear either hnnday or Monday. In
the lnciutlme Mr. l'aterson's wile had read la
'His Woki.u of his death. Sho called at tbo house
Moudaj afternoon with Lawyer John Llndler, her
counsel, and demanded tho body. Undertaker At
klnson said t.e would surrender It It she would pay
lils bill, flOT, ou. She promised to meet him at tho
Desbrossts street lorry yesterday morning to pay
blm and tako the body,
Tbe artungement was curried out and Mr. At
kinson took the body to Newark, where he turned
It over to Undertaker Compton. Theu James l'at
erson wat notified by telephone of tho arrival and
he hurried around to the undertaker's place. Here
Mr. compton made a proposition for Mrs. W.I),
l'aterson. She said anc was willing to surrender
tho body to Jamct If he would pay tbe $107. w duo
on lu James paid the money to Mr. Compton,
who, In turn, refunded It to Mrs. l'aterson. James
then bad the body burled In the l'aterson family
vault with spproprlato ceremoulet, and there II
It l'leuted tbe Crank.
tfVem Ihl I'MlnJtlfkla A'sks.
A right pretty girl stepped out of Bbarplcst't ttore
about 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon. As she turned
I tip Chestnut street the inserted a caramel between
. her lips, aud as she buried her wblie teeth Into Its
saccharine soilness, her big eyes lit up wlm a look
of exceeding great Joy. A wtll-dreBscd yontb
I passing, stopped, ruUid his hat and said, anxl-
"I beg pardon, mist, but will you kindly tell mo
If It tastes good I1'
Tbe pretty girl stopped chewing, caught her
breath, and, wltb a gasp, returned!
' Tnankst" said tbe ) oung man, agoln lifting bis
hat and moving on. ' I ouly want to know, that'
Sho didn't take another bto of that caramel till
she reached Ninth street, and when the did It
seamed to have lost all lu flavor,
1 if 'I iifistsitfiiiiYiiiB iit!miktiiiultk'i'd
TOE KtEBIDENrB DIQ TURKEY.
A Fine Hlrrt, n l'resrnl, Will tlrnce tbo
White House) Tnbln Tlinradny.
ttrreiAt to the wom.n.1
Nonwicii, Conn., Nov. Si From a time whereof
tho memory of mnn runneth not to tbe contrary
tbo turkey collectors ot North stonlngton hare
tent the Isrgest fowl of tbo season to tbe President
ot the United Slates, to bo sorved up fur bis
Thanksgiving dinner. Norlh Btonlngton tt es-cn-tlally
a Inrkcy town, owing to tho balmy, bracing
air and the prodigious number of grasshoppers,
the two requisite necessary to develop a turkey,
aud every farmer intikes a specialty of raiting the
succulent bird. Tt.ey nrc principally fed ou corn
and buckwheat, but tho nlht t.eioro tt.ey aro
slaughtered food Is refused thcm,nnd tbey die upon
an empty crop.
Albert Hllltard has the credit of showing up with
101 nut of a brood of 114, the largest raise of the
bcisoil He aud Kphralm Maine and Horace
llllllird aro tlirco til tne principal collectors and
the'r work consists of collecting and shipping them
to tbe markets. Instead ot 'Irlvlnn tne birds up to
a blocs, after tho o d traditional latnloii, and
chopplcg off their heads, they aro hung up by their
feet aim their throats are artistically cut. lhey
ure loft ban. Ing until all tbe blood lias oozed out
of their bodies, when they sre cut down and their
Internal superfluous anatomy, with tho exception
of the crop and gizzard, is remwoiL These col
lectors offer a bonus in gold for tho largest fowl of
tbo season, and thlt biro, whlcu usually tips the
beam at twenty-five or thirty pounds, it mado to
do homage on tbe Whlto House table. North
Htoulngtou forntsnettlic matkets of Boston, Provi
dence und New Y'ork wllli Home B,(J0u fowls evory
year, the.tr weight uveraglng about eleven pound
apiece. While tula Is tho average, the weight
atiges from tight up to twenty-uve, aud some
times thirty pouuds. About tweuty-Dvo tuns
of the turkey fruit are thus exported
from the town each year. '1 no price obtained for
Connecticut's nnctlou delicacies it so ceuts and
Si cents per pound, while those Imported from Ver
mont and the West bring but 18 cents, Thlt Is ex
plained, however, from tho fact that the Western
birds aio of an Inferior grade, being pony, of a
yellowish color and undressed. Tho abort price it
what the collectors pay. Thoy then soil tbelr
stock to a wholesale dealer, uud he In turn dis
poses of the in to a retailer, thus necessitating a
triple handling of tho funis.
'i hat a turkey it golm; to Washington at usual is
not denied, but by whom it will bo tent and It ex
act weight cannot tiu useortalned. It la reported,
however, that Albert Billiard will furnish the cor
pulent bird. Those In a situation to know dtacrlbe
it at a beauty, of exceedingly largo proportion! und
finely moulded with a skin of the purest tint On
one side It tho mouogram of tho l'rosldent, sur
rounded by ' Thanksgiving, 18a?, " in a teml-clrcle,
which answers as a frame. On tho other aro the
Initials of the raiser and thoao of tbe shipper. Tula
work is done by pricking the flesh with not needles
und Is sn Idea which originated la the bead of a
North Stonlngton sctioolmsrm.
'1 be lettering will be legible when tbe gobbler Is
placed upon the table to be carved by tne Presi
dent, utter leaving the hands of the white House
chef. Tho bird is to be packed In a champagne
basket, covered with tnow-whlte linen. Tho basket
will be tent to as to arrive In Washington 'Wednes
THE GIIOSl' OF OLD CaDOTTE.
A (Startling Htory Told br One Wbo Went
Down Wltb III Ill-Fated Vernon.
tfVum lis Chicago TVlJurn.J
Clllford Byrou Uaiimgrass, tbo subject of the fol
lowing startling Incident, narrated by a Sault Stc.
Mario paper, was tbe sou of Prof. P. and Mary
llaumgrass, the well-known Chicago artists. Ho
was born In Washington, l). C. , and came to Chi
cago two years ago to bo with his parents. He was
a young man of unusuul promise nnd high gifts.
Contrasting strong principles of virtue with marked
gcntletioss of character, he was admired br all and
beloved by tboeo who knew blm well. His word
could be relied npon. He was rapidly progressing
in his Btudlcs In tbo hope of becoming a sculptor.
Young lliiumgrass left Chlcugo in August for
huult Sto. Marie, wbero he spent u part of last sum
mer. Ho lingered lunger thun was expected, know
ing that thero was no necessity for his Immediate
return. Hit parents bad, however, looked anx
iously for Mm many ilnjs, when nt last tttov ro
telvcd word tnat betviis tu leuvu on tho Ill-fated
Bteumer Vernon. Letters uud despatches failed to
reach him to stop lilm from his purpose, and tho
Holilng hearts of patents and friends have only thlt
cold fact to cling to tbat fathoms deep beneath tho
waves of Lake Mlchlnan He tho beloved form lu
tho cold arms of death. The story told by tho
Sault Ste. Murle papers is as follows i
A startling story, fully authenticated, comes to
us from tho Middle Nceblsh und vicinity, which In
its details nnd realistic Incidents would furnish a
chapter for a volume ou spooks and goblins. As
the story la told to it Is given, but while we can
vouch fur thu reliability ot the report each reader Is
left to draw his own conclusions at tu the causes.
A young sculptor from Chicago Clifford Byron
llaumgrsss by name bas been spending tho Bum
mer In the vicinity of the Sailors' Knrampmcnt,
making his home with a family on St. Joseph's
Island. Ho spends his time in burning sud Bah log,
trying to regain lost health and strenuth. About
ten days uzo ho was hunting on Middle Neebish,
near the old Cadotte homestead, whereon lathe old,
dilapidated, long slnoo deserted log-house In whloh
old Jean Baptist Cadotte died several years ago.
It has been unoccupied for years and Is nearly a
mile distant from any .other Iioubo on the Island
and practically uninhabited. While strolling near
the hut he was almost paralyzed with fear by hear
ing croatis Issuing from the chamber or garret ot
the bulldlug. Ills first Inclination to fly being over
come and supposing that some suflerlng fisherman
or hunter bad taken refuge there, he entered tho
hotiHC und asked who was thero and what be
' ' For God's sake get me n drink. I'm dying for
a drink," replied tbo voice of a person lu tho great
est apparent agony.
" What will I get In It T" Inquired llaumgrass,
after an tnulfectual search for a drinking utcnslL
1 ' There Is a pall Just outtlde the door In the
entry ; get It lu that," came tho words from above;
and In Heaven's name hurry; I'm choking."
Tbo young nlmrod quickly procured the water
from tne river nearby, returned to the hovel, went
upstairs, and looked for tbo dying man. Ho could
seo no one.
" Where are you ?" bo asked.
" ltlgbt here, la tbo next room," was tho an
swer. Filtering tho adjoining apartment ho saw
nothing whatever. The rays ot tbe setting sun dimly
lighted up the room, plainly showing thut It wat
untenanted, nnd had not been occupied for
months. Dropping the pall on the floor, ho lied,
made hit wuy lo his bourehog-pluoe, told tho story,
anil expressed an Intention to take tho llrat boat to
his homo, Ills fileuds laughed nt blm, and finally
tho next day lhey accompanied him to the old
house; but nothing was heard or seen that threw
the faintest light on the mystery.
Several days ufterward, his courage having re
vived, he repeated hit visit nt midday, thlt tlmo
alone. Tne Incidents of tbe previous sensation
w ere repeated. Tho cries ami groans wero beard,
coupled with a demand for water, and u search
rcvenled nothing and no one ns before. It is still a
mystery. Does the ghost ol old Cadotte cry out
fur wutcr to quench a never-ending thirst:
J. Bt'AYOE WEBB MARRIED.
The Designer of tho Ceneat nnd Ooltca
Wedded to m. Washington Hello.
Itrxcur. to Tin woar.n.1
WtsniNoroN, Nov. W. su Paul's Episcopal
Church was softly lighted aud the chancel bright
with palms and white chrysanthemums this morn
ing when at 11.30 the opening strains ot Mendels
sohn's " Wedding March" stole upon the senses of
the select gathering ot friends who nad assembled
to witness the marriage of Miss Alice Msy and Mr.
J. lteavor Webb. The bride came to tbe chancel
leaning upon tbe arm ot her father, Dr. John 1".
May, and was lovely Inaclose-flttluggownol soft
cream while molrc, made high at the throat and
with long sleeves. A short veil of DuchessoUce
was held In place by tpraya of oraure blossoms.
She carried a great bunch of lllits-of-the-vslley.
The tiny maid of honor, niece of the bride, carried
a huge basket ot rosea, and was escorted by four
little gentlemen, no larger than herself, In tailor
sunt. Tbe group made a very pretty picture.
Mr, Webb, tbe groom. It well known In yachting
circlet as the designer of the yarn's Ocnetta and
Galatea. Ho la au Knglishtnan. Ills acqualntauco
with Mist Msy began In London two yean ago.
The ceremony wat performed by tho rector of St.
Paul's. Tho groomsmen were Dr. William May, of
thlt city, and Mr. Frederick May, of New York.
Among tbo guest at tbe church were Mr. and MUa
Kndlcott, Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Archibald Forbes,
Mr. Walter Berry, Mist Berry, Mr. Lovelorn, the
Danish Minister and the Turkish Minuter. A break
fast followed tbe ceremony at the aoute of tho
bride's parents in O street, attended only by a few
of tbe family friends. Mr. and Mr. Webb Intend
making New York their home hereafter.
A New Deflnltlon.
tym ( llurUxgtoH Free iVsu.l
When a man baa made a Journey around tho
globe he It inclined to boatt. lint a moth will do
It WW times In a nlgbt and not considering it worth
llevrrslag tbe Usual Order.
Iron la iMlslwy Careaicl..)
Mrs. Mark Hopkins married the arobttect of her
I new million dollar mansion kt Great Barrtagton.
Tbat disposed ot his fee, btrt tbe cant tattle tt
plumber's bill in thl (MM war, -
jdfiAM W"'' ' WSWaYrail' FtMKmJkimLm
FEARS OF AN INSURRECTION.
LAUGE BODIES OF IKCOl'S ARE BEING C0X-
CENTRATED AT PARIS.
The Horlnlltt- nnd Anarchist Club In tbe
RellevlHe sind La Vllletlo Qunrter Pre
paring for Actlou A I'oKtlhlo Itepeltllon
of tbe Commune-Dlogene Crevy'a I'rult
let Heardi for a illnn to Act n Premier.
Copyright, 1887, ly The l'rcic nMhMng Company (JVw
ItrXCLU. OAULX UEIfATOlI TO TBI WOULD,!
The most cncctlvo,,aiid vigoions preparations are
being made by tbo military authorities wltb a view
to checking tbe first symptoms ot the revolution In
Paris. Troops ire confined to their barrackt, tnd
sro ready for work at a moment's notice, while nu
merous detachments of marine Infantry continue
to arrive at Versailles from Cherbourg, Brest and
Tonlon. These troops can be depended npon moro
than many others In the event ot sn emcutc, at
tbey ore generally composed of hardy peasants of
the coatt, wbo abomtn ate thn Farlt gamin at much
as ho abominates service on board a ship.
Up to tbo moment of writing nothing whatever Is
settled, either aa to the Mluiaterlsl crisis or as to
tho Presidency of tho Republic. I have passed tho
whole afternoon In tbo Halle des Fas Perdus of tbo
Chsmtier of Deputies, and have spoken to all tbe
leading men of numerous conflicting parties, but I
bavbtalncd no precise. Information, for the tlm
plorfason that there Is none to be obtained. All
depend! on M. Grjvy, and np to now the
President ot the Itepnbllo has come to
no conclusion whatever. Ho vacillates, Indeod,
Irom hour to hour. Yesterday morning ho wat
evldonfly Impressed by M. Cleincnceaa'a reioluto
attitude, aud be then seemed disposed to yield.
In the eouiso of the afternoon he fell nndcr tbe In.
fluenco of home nutlters, and whon be con
ferred with toe four leaders to whom 1
referred yesterdsy, MM. Clcmcnceau, Gnbtet,
Floquet and de Frcyclnet, he appesred to
havo regained courage und to be bent on making
an attempt to remain at tho Elysco. In this frame
of mind bo sent for M. Brlsson, who has been ont
In the oold of late, and whom the President thought
he mlgat, on tbat account, Induce to uudertake
tho dimcnlt tasx of forming a Ministry. Bnt
bo obtained no encouragement from the chief of
the party ot so-called Independents, who aro more
generally known aa ' ' Let tianvagea, " and he then
tent first for M. Le Royer and afterwards for M.
Gen. Bonltnger holds bis levees at tbe Hotel dn
Louvre, and It luttlly cheered by the crowds that
wait around tho gateways to see him when he goes
Paris, Nor. 22. M. Brlsson sad a conferenco
with President Grevy to-day, and told blm that tbe
crisis In relation to tbe Presidency appeared to be
without a remedy. The President asked why. M.
Brlsson replied that It would bo painful to explain.
Tho reason was universally apparent. He reminded
M. Gr6vy that at an Independent meeting on Hun
day he bad maintained that nobody was entitled to
Demand tbat tho President resign. He was still of
the Borne opinion. Tho President alone, added M.
Brlsson, was entitled to ralao the question.
M. Leroycr conferred with M. Grevy and advised
him to resign. Tho refusal of every leading poli
tician to form a Ministry is regarded as making tho
resignation of M. Grovy Inevitable
M. Grelvy, after hit Interview with M. Lcroyer,
consulted M. Oeves, M. Poacher de Ctrell and
others, but all hit efforts to secure tbe formation
of a Ministry proved futile.
BROOKLYN'S NEW TASTOR.
A Sketch of III Character nnd Abllltte
III Htylo of Preaching.
Copyright, 1887. y Tho Frtti FuWtM) Company (JTM
SFXCIAX. CADZX BEtrAIClI TO THE WOULD, 1
LONbON, Nov. SU. The Wolverhampton corre
spondent of tho St. James's Oazette gives the fol
lowing sketch of Iholtev. Mr. Berry, tbesuccesaor
ot tbo lato Mr. Beecber, at Brooklyn: "Mr.
Berry It a muscular Christian. I do not mean that
be Is athletic in build. On tbe contrary, though
well-knit and f nil of blood and energy, ho Is neither
tall nor broad-shouldered. Bnt he would have a
man, In the realization oObat godliness which ho Is
bound to preach, strive to bring all his faculties
to full fruition and tborougbly enjoy the
good things of life which his Maker
has prepared for him. Monkish penances
are as much bis deteststlon aa materlalittlo
tendencies which suggest tbat It Is well to 'Est,
drink and be merry, for to-morrow we die.' Mr.
Berry bas bonndless vltror, no lack of words, an
evident admiration for earthly go-aheads and much
appreciation ot temporal happiness. In so tar he
will suit our American Cousins. Uls languago Is,
ndeed, suggestive of Talmage, whom he probably
reads. lie Is also an ambitious and conscientious
exponent of Christianity. I have little donbt tbat
ambition, too, Is a quality which recommends Itself
to sound, Bterllng men, and very mnoh to Americans,
Mr. Berry It, moreover, Incisive, and not Incapable
of those asides which prick tbe attention, make
evory member of the congregation think that he or
sho Is the particular victim, ana tho next moment
provoke a universal smllo as every man or woman
transfers the delinquency which has been Impaled
for the publlo eye to his or her neighbor. It Is Im
possible to say whether ho will bo thnndcrous In
future. In a small chapel like that to which he bat
lately been accustomed, shouting and rhetorical
roaring which pleate In tbo tabernacle would.bo.
"If Berry keeps aa healthy as bis hero, ML Paul, he
will probably be tempted to atrlke home in the way
that beat reaches hardened sinners, and he certainly
bos tno capacity.
"Thus his present qualifications and hit -latent
aptitudes all seem likely to harmonize well wltb tbo
Ideal Brooklyn candidate. But Mr. Berry Is, I think,
something more than a mere proselytizing dema
goguo with Btrong lungs. lie has a keen senao of
grammar, which I may be forgiven for mentioning,
and tbongh he did not Blip into a reference to tbo
'blue clouds astute,' his pulpit coloring and bis
metaphors are good. Barely, but now and then,
a smile comes to his lips; but It It the
outward and visible sign of an approaching utter
anoe ot strength, not ot somo Inward conoelt or
witticism which, to gain a cheap responsive smile,
bo U about to share wltb his congregation, Uls
pulpit presence Is refined and pleasing. Beprefers
to stand wltb his left arm bent so tbat his band
rests on bit side and to use his right arm for
deoltmatory illustration. But bo Is not stiff or
fastened to one atyle. Now ho claps his fist Into
the palm of bis other band. Anon he flings bis
light arm horizontal wltb the shoulder and scares a
point n tbo furthest corner of bis chapel. From first
to last this quiet-looking gentleman Is suggestive
of sustained power. It Is not to much exegettcal
power, but rather physical power and mental
f lower to reiterate the old commonplaces In a popu
larly convincing and vivacious manner. He reads
broadly and olosely bnt not deeply, and. In truth,
his commendations to ordinary men and women lor
tbelr little heroisms of daily life are far more wel
come than tbe subtle exposition of the Book of
The Chlldreu and Bird. Call Illm Hack.
IsrlCUL TO TUX WOOLD.l
Omin, Neb., Nov. M. Citlttn George Francis
Train to-day wired hit former private secretary,
George F. Bemlt. of this city, from Bangor, Me.,
that be felt sure bis daughter and the children and
birds of Mtetlton Buutre were palling htm back
and that be had abandoned the Idea ot expatriation.
Mry Anderson' Old Cottage Sold.
Norman I. Munro bas sold tbe Long Branch
cottage, formerly owned by Mary Anderson, to
John Harper Bonnell, with nearly tbree acres of
laud, for J25.U00. The outage baa been rebuilt
tlncp Miss Andertpn sold It.
No tevlty Allowed.
ICsrsti las Sh Jakwf (IX.) JSbprui,
3y name UW.A, Hmlth, and J dc net want any
body to ball ski Oalokwt alib,,or thsywUi
. y ' '
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! I
A Great Olotliinpr Salo at Ball & Co.'s, G28 nnd 080 '
Broadway. Tho Htoek eoiiHintB of two hundred thousand
dollars' worth of Pino Clothing saved from tho lato flro,
nnd will ho closed out regardless of coHt at 028 and 030
Broadway. Tho firm is retiring from business and ovory
thlng must ho sold as quickly as possible. In order to
show what extraordinary bargains wo offer wo quote tho
following prices, :
Men's Overcoats at $2.49 and up, Men's Suits at S3.70
and up, Men's Pants at ODe. and up, Boys' Suits at 82.20
and up, Children's Stilts at S1.7C and up, Children's ' i
Pants at 24c. and up, Komemher, all goods remaining
from the flro must bo sold, as wo intend to quit tho retail
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL & O'CLOCK. J
BALL & CO.,
628 and 630 Broadway, bet. Bleecker and Houston Sts. !
tiiisiasiiiea-.j..nii.iwiip-.... i s
H " iWlairtii MrHl'Hl
One Bottle Warranted to Cure any
Cough or Cold, or your
money is returned.
A Pleasant, Swill anil Sure Cure for
couoim, coma, wtiooPiNO nouoiiB. pains
IK lllltsT, I'lJIUItlSV. UlfriOUL-TY e)F
HKKAT1IINM. IIIIMNOIIITIH ANIS AM, IN
FLAMMATDltY UUJKAUES OF THK PULMO
If taken at yon foal that Irritation or dryness of th
thrnst ooouloned bj a cold, 10 UK to BIX. doses will
UNLIKE Iho mslorltr of Couth Preparations, oar
EtpecUirsnt WILL NO'f OUMH CONSUMPTION), ,
As a trial f this TRULY WONDEUIfUL madiclne
COUTH NOTHING, snd as V5 cum out nf ererr 100
lll HE CUHBI), It U well wrth tba while of allanf
fera from Pulmonary trouble to
AT L.KA'iT 8IAKU THE TRIAL.
Price per bottle, containing; a half pint (enough to cure
eight people li taken in time),
INSIST ON HAYING
AND YOU ARE POSITIVELY SURE OF CURE.
Do not allow any one to persuade you otherwise.
Sold by almost alt dealers throughout the United
States. If ANY druggist refuses to supply yon, you
can be fiUItli or gutting ahat jou ASK FOIt at the
l)ry-Uooda bouses or general stores; or direct from
mtuaaisTS and MANUFAOTuniNa oiieuistbU'
AT 343 OTII AVK., NKW YOIIK.
58.1 Washington at. aud
55, S7 and 69 ejlsrkson St., N. Y.
Dcecrlptlvei (bttnloiruo mill Price I.Ut Mailed
1'rco uii Appllcntlon.
II ill k CO.,
18th Street, 19th Street and
(1 8th St. Station Elevated Road.)
Tho balance of this season's
Also, exclusive designs of
their own make, at
A NOTABLE OFFERING
BLACK SILKS AT RETAIL.
JAMES McOREERY & CO.
will continue on Friday
their salo of 1,000 pieces of
fine Black Silks, comprising:
tho newest and most ap
proved makes, at a very
marked reduction in price.
Being; of the same standard
of excellence as thoir regu
lar stock, they present unu
sual advantages, both in
cost and character. An ex
amination is respectfully
Broadway and 11th St.
Consolation for BuioUer.
tJVMS Us AferwscA Journal,
Tba vrrtertu clt v smoker, wbo still remembers
the bomlHe on the. dangers of the use of tobacco
which tb papers read blm at tbo tlmo ot Gen.
Grant's deats. read wltb fiendish sis tb declara
tion of tbo German physician tbat tb Crown
Prince's cancer Is not Dae to smoking'. Now and
then. aftr a bard fought battle, Vredertck William
fcaaanlaTtditpip, bnt for jeaobp bas not. fwwk4
B. Altai Ho. i
18th Street, 19th Street and
(1 8th St. Station Elovatod Road.)
Cashmere, Chudda, India
Broche, Persian, Himalayan
and Shetland Wool Shawls
in great variety.
A SPECIAL LINE
SCOTCH WOOL SHAWLS,
reduced from $4. 1
Mcrsii Beaver Sinls, '
reduced from $5.50.
u33JftuilJBaTjJSaitatoae&rorliidlMrile. M.f. '
VVTTTVV "abwL.,11 Ul'iiSTI TO CX'SJ. , I
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TT.sk fsru resiorioc tarm u Health snd Vlcroroua 8trenti ;
KlMUlo Onmnt Ml IdiLqUt or we Forfeit tVM) Cub. 4frles 4
lro.tM.ntsoT.r all olh.r felts. Worn essss rSSSUIUTLV
llUUIsTknilialSk Eelirtaipkl.tSc.Dlsliap : a (4r.sk '
THt SANK. EUCTRIC CO., 022 B8CADWAI. NIW YDta. j
PIANOS ANU ORGANS. '
100 elegfl t now upright (rand .piano. TKOcUkJ 9 ;
tUrlnged, ne tone ana warranted nix years. Piioe $379
to $450, and sold on payment nf only $10 per month t
when desired, l'lanoa rntod and exchanged j CO good,
xcond-hAnd pianos at bargains.
Horace Waters & Co,, . i
121 FlK-ril AVE.. NEAR 18TU ST. '
These famous instruments oontain patented lmpror-
menta not taund in other pianos, and which make au ,
superior in tone and durability tu any other make. Be (
f.ire deciding what piano to tiur. call at No. fi East Four
teenth street and see and hear Ihem. Tbe prices an lost I
lor caali or on small monthly payments. ;
A NUMllKItOF(lHANI). upricnt and square piano !
J of our make, slightly usod, almost aa rood as new. I
and fully warranted, will bu sold at a liberal redaction I
from regular prices, pianos to rent. Win. Kuab m Oil
U'J 6th are., abuie lClh st. .
ARQAINS IN PIANOS at TJndemau A.Bon'awar. ';
rooms, 110 till to. , near lVth st. : a large assort
ment of now and slightly used pianos of our own ants
other makes at yery altractiTB prices. '
tHE "OPKRA" PIANO, the most popalar and th ,
. finest in tho ra.rket, only SJ10 monthly until paldj . '
one quarter, muslo lesson free; rent ouly Cat send tut '
catalogue. Peck A Hon. 318 West 47th St.. corner 11' way. (
7TATT5XTTtA7mrr6uZ WITHOUT OAS !o.
VX lllegant gold filling from $1 upward, Boft ftuv. ,
ing 60c. up. Sots 5, m. $10 and 812. No charge lot j
gas extracting when others are to be made. Hours. SJ f
A. M. tu 8 P. Til. Sundays to 1 P. M. N. Y. DentaTOo., .
203 Oth ave.. eeoond door sooth of ltth St.. opp. Macy1. '
GAB KXTIIAOTINO, 60c Without gas. 35e. i 11
' gautgold titling from 81 opt soft ailing. BOo.
upi sets $5, 88, 910, 13 and Slot no charge for ex.
tractlng teeth with gas when others are to be maaet
evenings to 8 -.Sundays tol. Hanks A ejo.,lpntlU,su- .
oemwra to N. V. Dental Co., 'JM Cth avo., 'second door I
below ltth st., opi. Macy's, N.Y.t York and Urowsta,,
Jersey tJlty, also Broad, oor. Market at., Newark. M.J.
3 'libunS-Seta In three hours. 3tth st. and 8d at. )
Dr. Modemann. dentist. .
9" P.M. Open until UP. M. Dr. Modemann, dontlst, ,
31th st. aud 8d ate. '
f?f0.-KXTHAOTINO WITH OAS, 60o. Btth ail
tlVf and Ud ave. Dr. Modemann, deatlst. i
&A -FULL GUM SETS-Warranted. 3tU at. an4 i
Cptz:. 3d aro. Dr. Modemann, dentist.
HOUSES, APARTMENTS & ROOMS. i
Apartments and Uooin To Let l'urnlahea.
3D AVE., 73-rront parlor and bedroom, CS.SOt hall '
bedroom, 8I.6O1 bath, gas and all Improvement. '
SITUATIONS WANTED FKMAfcB. j,
ASHIER-Wanted, situation, Jan. 1, aa oaahler 01
assistant bookkeeper, by a woman uf experleaoai
first-class references. Addresa M. H. It., 16 World.
Be sure jour "Wants" ;
To advertise '
Where they Trill And
Tbe most replies
ThrongU column ol ';
Tits Would, Indeed, f
The Medium for j
Want and Meed) j
' Vor there they'll mitt '
The publlo cje, '
And cannot fall
With answers promt)! '
From one and all t
Thus early la ,
Tho days of fall. J. WY '
1 mmw 1
Cannot; Settle It Thnt Way. ,
I from lAa Korulch it.ll.((. ';
Governor Gordon, ot Qeorsls, Is accrued ot (M
baring kissed two ladies in one day. Certain poU- I
tleUn have been celebrated for their passion for 1 ,
swloatng around tbo circle, bat Gov. Gordon's 1 iM