JT, 4 TIIE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 1887. I
t SHED SIIOOK'S IDEA OF IT.
p COLB A3 BrEAKER AM) BLAINE AB TIIE
EP maaEsr American statesman.
B, Of the Opinion Ihnt CI en. f lusted Una No
Kr Show anil Tlint llic nnlcl I'nglo Knowi
VtfrV It IiO for President of the Hrnnto lie
r'; llelloTes, Aleo, Ihnt Maine Cmilil llcrcut
BF Clcvelnnd on the Tnrlir Question,
BE& " Bo yon with to know ray opinion relative
BEf to the orennizntion of tlio next Lccinlnlnro?"
Hft exclaimed Mr. Sliorldan Sliook nt tlio Morton
Hv Honso this morning. " Woll, I will toll yon
f? frankly that I linvo not bothered myself
Kr Abont thinking of who is to bo President pro
R tempore of tho Senate, or Speaker of tlio As-
M, " I havo no interest wliatover in tlio orp;anl
ka' mtfon of tho incoming Legislature, although
Ki.f I soo that interviews with mo aro constantly
ci pppcaring in tho newspapers. Its funny"
Bk, (laughing) " tho way I am being quotod.
Hfrg " You soo I know a great many of tho news.
Hf paper boys, and I meet them very often
Kjv Thoy often intorohango opinions with mo,
k but as far as being interviewed recently on
HKjl Albany matters is concerned I must say that
B3h'' I do not remember having boon regularly in-
BUV ' ' Sometimes I express my opinion to pollti.
HN cians and they quota mo to nowspapor men,
b And tho first thing I know I see myself in
Hln j print as the authority for certain statements."
Hfrt. , " But you have an opinion opinion about
ml ' tho organization of tho noxt Legislature ?"
K " I havo formed an opinion as n casual oil.
& server and on what I havo heard, if you
K! . want my opinion you can havo it."
K "What is it, Mr. Hhook?"
k' J " Why, I think that Hcnator Low will bo
HT jj cloctod President pro tempore of the Henato
KS And Fremont Colo, of Schuyler, Speaker of
Au tho Assembly."
HSf "Then you think that Gen, Hustod will
Kl'i not be re-elected Speaker ?"
V " Now, would you bo surprised if I told
E&M Jrou that I do not believe that Gen. Husted's
SJ name will bo uientlonod in the caucus?
i Iienllr I do not beliovo that Gen. Hnntod haB
Hx my ohanoe, nnd I bellovo ho knows it."
b You supported him last January for
TT Speaker f"
R ' So did a good mauy who are not sumiort-
Hgi Ing him this time. As I told you before, I
Hj nm not interested for or against any man for
Mg V Speaker. All I kuowisthnt Mr. ColoiippearN
B havo a largo majority of the Assemblymen
Ru elect in his favor."
H& " Havo you seen Gen. Hnsted lately ?"
Kv Mo stopped in hero yestorday nnd chatted
K with mo for a fow minutes. Oh, yes, ho
ft? seems to bo confident, but ho as just as con.
K fidont in 1885 when ho was defeated by
& 'Ermn." '
Kb Brushing asido Republican State polities,
P Mr. Shook romnrked: "That was u gnat
S message on tho tariff question that Mr. Dlaiuu
Ki has given to tho American )coplo."
E& "Do you think sol1"
ri; '' I do, and it shows Mr. Blaine to bo just
ti What ho it tho greatest living American
K statesman. His opinions and viows havo
Kb -knocked President Clo eland's mossage on
KMj tho tariff question all to pieces.
Hps " I am inoro certain than over that Mr.
kj Blaine will bo tho next President. Ho ran
Hntt defeat Prosidont Cleveland on tho tariff
K KMV THEATRE FOR IiOSTON.
K Messrs. Abbey anil SrhoefTet Itnvo Selected
H&h n Hlte nud Will Moon llulld.
KF t"CIAL TO TTiE WOULD. 1
Kf Boston, Doo. 0. Sinco Lotta decided to
K? place her brothors in control of tho Park
H$ Thoatro at tho expiration of tho lease hold by
K 1 Messrs. Abbey nud Schooffel, theso managorB
K) havo bcon looking for n sito for n now thiatro
Hf; in this city. Thoy havo been successful in
r their search, havo bondod all the proporty
Hjf needed, and will havo n fino theatro in a ecu-
Hs tral location in time for ocoupauoy as soon us
m they give up tho Park Thoatru.
B$ Vne writer has seen tho plan of location,
K? and a better site it would bo nlmoBt impos.
K eiblo to obtain in this city. It would bo easy
K lor tho managers to comply with tlio law
K regulating tho building of theatres, as thoy
KV Vl11 lmT0 exits and entrances on three
CA T1' contracts for bnildiug, Ac, havo not
mf yet been avtarded, but tho iimnagors intend
H.V to build a house larger than tho Pork Tho-
M?? ntro. There will bo many novel features in
B' the design of the building, and it will bo ouo
v' of the handsomest places of amusoincut in
Kl this country if tho present plans are carriod
Kr ThenewUieatrovillborun as acomblna-
tion house and will bo first-class in overy
Bf IIAYLIN WANTS TO FIGHT. '
BR. Bl Backer Deposit 8200 Forfeit for a
E' Dntllo with Wclr or Warren.
ff, UriciiL TO THE WODLD.1
B Boston, Doo. 9. Mr. T. P. 0'Hourko,
Kf lacker for Jaok Havlin, tho well-known
Ef? Jeather-weight, colled at tho JhraUl office
K! .yesterday afternoon and, aftor depositing
p $200, said :
Bf " This monoy I wish to post as a forfeit for
H 0 match with tho winner of tho Weir-Warroii
F liattlo which takes plaro at Minneapolis noxt
Rj NVcdncsday. I aUo wish to hae a ehalleugo
1 Tend from tho ring m hen the fight takes place
Jfc the publio can bo satisfied if a reiilv is not
Hi Xcccived that the winner is afraid 04 Ilavliu.
fj , In cabe the battle is declared altraw, mv
g challenge is open to cither or llh men. If
5J either objects to my propositions, which oro
"" 1 m i0T a flBnt to a fluilm w,t skin-tight, or two.
V JdW ounce gloves, for the gato receipts or 1.000
W B e' "eu nm opi' to accept any fair
ggft greoment they may v ish to offer.
gHT I don't want anything to stand in tho way
BBM ?f, a UR''l?. It was my intuition to goto
tf Minneapolis with Havlin, and theru trv to
j Ct on a match, but business uecebsitates' my
H't staying at home, uidcss I am ass.urtd that a
H, (fight can bo arranged."
H- Opposed to Freo Trade.
K tOKDON, See. & At a meeting tela to advocate
Bf rf7 tTtit- ln Bt- Jmo' 1UU to-dsj, Mr. Uotrd
H'f Vincent, Cooaervttlv member ot rarllsmeat, ts-
H- gerted tbat a mijorltj or tbe Coniervallro psrtj
f tfsvoredfair trade ut ancceltr, la order to flud
Kf Icmplojrmcnt (or the lacrcsilrg iopaI atlon. He
H&- ud(I tn" otber nations utpd fair truilo 10 tlio dlsatl.
Hf' Jranuge ol England. Itciolutloiu were sulue.
i.' jQnently adopted (avorlnit moderate Import duties
H- nrgtog a mlloeatlon of tbe free trade poller.
B? Chorced With Htenllns Diamonds.
K Solomon Sterne, ot lis Emt Thlrtj-fourth street,
B ' ! no wm arrested on a onarge ot stealing- fl.au
H Vortn of diamonds and Jewelry from Frederick
LB& K,r.mP' of 1M Broad war, vaa beld by Justice
HEf ' jritclllr, lo me ToiuIm Police Court, tbl4 miirn n 11.
H.1 In fa, 603 bull, toanaw r in the court of Otnerul
ctsiions. tnornc obtained tlie k''ju Iroiu Hie ji-K-
U t teller on tbe pretext mat lie bad a purchaser for
K tbem. Dctectivo Bergeaut KulanU, who brought
HL tbe pruoaer from lialluuore, lulormeu the court
v tbat only on of tbe diamonds, ot Utile valae, bad
W; been found. Wblle the sutement was being inado
B Jtobert McCarthy, of 1W West Fortieth street, en.
BI I Drl nd oosrgM taat Uterne bad gtrea blm
K. wortbleas cheat for tit Just before be left tbe
O'Connor Got the Worst of It.
4- Henry O'Connor, tbe ex-park policeman, of Its
HjPi JJonioe street, who was arrested last night on a
K, charge ot asn.iult on Park l'o Icemnn Henry Drrycr,
K-it was arraigned la the Tom hi Pol lee Court this
K ' tnoTDlug. Dnrycr said that he rvu lolloned by
K O'Connor and anaulted. The offloer failed to
H8 i fow ? mu ot volence, except a alight tear In
'1 hlaBnlfona. OlConnor, on tho contrary, bad
MT t poth eyes discolored, a bruised nose and other
H ' b)Jurlt& which be (Uwyer) had Inflated with flit
K kad club. Several wHotMas cava erlftnoe ut favor
IBK ' M tD StbOMt and be wa diacharrred,
HBi V "
DOIIEETY CHARQfcD WITH MURDER.
l(vldencf) to How the 8faoolln of tlio
l.nte "Col." (Irahnm OrrCVred.
Copyright, 1S87, t-y Tttt 7V VuhtUMng Cnmpinjf Xt
Isrrcnt. caiii.k dsspatcu to tu would, 1
London, lice H. -Dolietty, who shot Uratiam,
wai arraigned ut the flow htrect Police Court to
dar on a chnrgo of murder. The detectives here
dcclaro that the Hohcrty under trial Is not the
llulicrly dcscilicd by Inspector llyrnca. In pre
senting the ciio against tho prisoner the tounsel
for tho prosecution summol up as follower
"Howe was holding the batik, during a game of
cards at the Clinrchlll Club, and tho prisoner lost
tohlmxoco. As ho was unable to pay tuo money
au arrangement was ma'le to meet at tho llodrga,
In Itegent street for tho purposo ot settling.
Howe accordingly went to the ltoutga on the Slst.
There he found Graham. Snortly afterwards the
prisoner entered and a conversation ensued be.
twecn hi in and Howo as to the payment of the
XtiOU The prisoner flatly refused to pay, saying
that the claim could not be enforced In this coun
try. 1 he prisoner and Graham then wont awuy 10
tbe Criterion bar. Howe, who had practically
abandoned his claim to the 000, followed tbem to
tho Criterion, where ho saw tho prisoner and
other persona sitting at a tabid. Tho prisoner
renewed the dlspti.c abont tho 000, using offensive
and violent language and doing everything ho
conld to force a qnarrel on Howe, who, however,
Insisted that the matter between them should be
forgotten. Graham called to Howo to come to
the table where tno latter was drinking. The
prisoner followed him to tho tablo and renewed the
altercation about tbe 000. Ho roio up in bla seat,
but Graham pushed him back, saying: "We don t
want any row or fuss here. " Thu superintendent
of tho bar Intervened and eventually Graham and
the prisoner left together to go to woburu 1 lace to
dine. The servant while carrying In tho dinner
nollied that tbe prisoner was sitting In a chair
near the fl replace, while Graham was sitting In an
other chair with his back to the window. HI10 did not
hear the men exchange a single word, but she
noticed that tho prisoner looked very strange, bho
heard shortly allcrwards the report ol
a pistol, aud Mrs, DoUcrty crying ln
a tono of fright. Urn. Doherty flung
open tho door and the girl heard some sounllng
going on. Tho struggle then censed and thi.ro n
sllonoe for four or live minutes. No alarm was given
by Graham or the prisoner. Graham walkodslowly
downstairs and Into the dining-room. Ho said
that ha wus shot, and a doctor was scut for. The
servant and tho page boy, irom their positions In
tho hall, saw the prisoner leaning over tho ban
nlstors looking Into tho hall and llsti-nlng. l'lvo or
seven minutes' afterwards he walked slowly down
stairs and went Into the dining-room. Directly ho
saw the prisoner Graham said: " It was an accl
dent." Tbe prisoner said, "Yes, It wus," with
out volunteering any assistance. The doctor
arrived, aud aventnally Graham was conveyed to
the University Hospital, iho counsel fur tho
prosecution concluded by referring to the slnlo
tnciits made by the deceased before he died, llu
waa cousoloua until his death, and made no correc
tion ln tho statrincnt, olthcr In substance or In
Joseph Howe, of New York, now residing In
Marylebone road, deposed that he knew tho de
ceased. He was a sportsman nud camo to tliU
country hi Oitobct. Prior to his arrival tho wit.
nrsi had been Introduced to tho prisoner. Tho
witness's evldenco connmied tho counsel's state
ment as to what transpired In referenco to thu debt
of 00d The prisoner had been drinking but tho
wltneat dllnot cousldcr that he wus drunk. His
manner in the bar was rather oirerulvo. Later ln
tho night tho witness went to Iho University Hos
pital aud saw Graham. Ho was conscious and
sensible. Ho saw him twice after that. The other
evldouce given corroborated this general story
No motive for shooting was shown.
President John H. Ilurbnur, of tho Virginia
.tlldlaiid Itoud, Nolrctcd lu Caucus,
KicmiONP, Va., Dec a A caucus of Democratic
members of the General Assembly to-night
nominated by acclamation John S. Harbour for
United Hlates Uenator, to succeed Henator Itlddle
berger, whoso term will explro March t.lKWi. Thu
caucus also renominated the following Htuto otll
cerai For tiocretary of the Commonwealth, Henry
W. Flournoy; for Auditor of I'ubllo Accounts,
Morion Maryo; for Becoud Auditor, lp, G. ltumiir,
for Treasurer, A. V", Harmon; for Superintendent
ot l'enitcntlary, YV. W. Musts.
Capt, J. II. O. llannon, or this city, was nomi
nated for I'ubllo Printer vico A. lt-Mlcou, and
Tlios.II. Whitehead, or Linchburg, Mr Commis
sioner of Agrlculturo vice Kaudolpn Harrison.
'Iho Itepubllcans also held 4 caucus to-night, but
made no nomination for United Htutts Meuator.
'Jliej, howeicr, nomlnatod cunJidatea tor all of
the Stale otltics. It Is understood that Gem Ma
hono will bu complimented with iho nomination
for United States Senator an 1 that Senator Itlddle
bcrger will get some votes lu caucus.
John B. Harbour oomea of an old Virginia family,
many members ol which huvo attulueu distinction
In the publio servlco. lie was born In Culpeper
County. Vn., Dec 2 ltOO, and Is a graduate of
thu University ol Virginia. Iu IrtIT, while practis
ing law lu hU natlvu county, ho was elected tu
tho Legislature uud served lour coiifeiitlvo ses
sions. Iu ISM ho was elected l'reldcut of the
Urungo aud Alexandria ltallroad Company, uud
continued nt Its head fur twenty. nine years,
during wliieli tlmo the road waa greatly
extended and Dually becamo thu Virginia
Midland Itallwur. Mr. Harbour's sympathies wero
Southern during the civil war, but no did not enter
the Confederate servlco. Ho wus a member ol the
Korty-seveuth, l'orty-elghth and rurty-niuth Con
gresses and declined reelection to tlio Fiftieth,
lor marly ten years hu has been the lual of fie
Dimucratlo organization In Virginia, and his ureal
popularity U latgily ttuu 10 hta successful cam
paigns against Senator Maliune. Mr. Harbour Is a
man ot one presence and courtly manners uud b a
ARE THE EXILES SETTLING FUR LIKE?
Tho Doodleri Investing Their Mpnre Cnb
In f'nnuillau l'roporty.
InrriiL to thx world.)
MowRitAi, UecK. l'or some months it his been
an open aecrot that some kind of u deal was to no
worked at the annual meeting of the shareholders
of the Windsor Hotel, and what has been known u.s
Ilurland ticket people bave boen quietly gathering
op stock until at lost they bave got control. The
flrat effect of the change was the reUromentof
Oeo. lies, under whose management the hotel has
been conducted very auiccsslully for two years.
This alternoou wee 11 the names of tho principal
shareholders were published u good deal 11I aur
ptlio was inanUesteil when It waa discovered t hut
John Keinan, of Jake Shun boodlu fame, was
one ol the largest Hoi kholders, he holding IU
shares, ln fact there ate only half a dozen capital
ists who own more than he does. This, however,
la only a pariot Keenau's investments la Canada,
as It haa been understood lor some lime that ho haa
been quietly buying op valuable real estate In tho
fashionable pun ol tbe city.
Moloney Is also credited with making Investments
In the same line.
It Is difficult to get any direct Information, but
those who pretend to know ear the iroportles
bought have beeu selecte.i by business men and
will ie-xeeeilinglr valuablo wh-n tho new tana
dlju iMcttlo ltallruid de, ut lu the west end Is 10111
plrtcil. '1 nereis a rumor that n fashionable rcslaurant la
to be started by one of tho exiles, but this lacks
coatlrinatlon and la hardly probable.
The New Chlel of the Cherokee Nation.
TiHLkqiuu, I. T., Deo. a The beating ot Maya
as principal chief baa astounded the National
leaders. Mara, who has aaaumed the office, Is ex
ercising all Ita functions. The Nationals will not
acknowledge their defeat. Ther have a majority
of the cturol.ee beuate, but even II cerium du
Irlcta which voted al the election are thro n out
I.ijb has t'io uoiei anil tan only bu ejecied forci
bly 'ihe Mays or Don niug patty rl dins thai Maya
has KS majority over Habidt Uuucli, the National
candidate. It was the retinal of the Nationals to
count the vote which caused the deaulock In the
Cherokee Legislature. Without waiting for Ihe
count Maya bu taken possession. He will retain
the place by forcible means If necessary. Mays Is
ona-quartsr Cherokee, affable, well edncated.llberal
CHANGES IN HOUSE RULES.
MOST OP TESTERIiAY'B BEFBION DEVOTED
TO THEIR INTRODUCTION.
Sir, Hprlngrr'a I'rnposlllon to Abolish the
('niiiiiilllei'S on Pnrlllr Itnllronda, Intnlld
reunions, Mileage. ."Illllllii uml ,Vllnlnslipl
Itlvt r Improvement t lerk Clark' Kcinirt
onCnitli nlrd Klertlon Caiiea In Ihe lloune.
W'asiiinotoh, Dec. & The Speaker laid tcfore
tho House to-day tho annual reports of tho Scire
tary of tho Treasury, tno Attorney-General and of
the Clerk of tho House.
The Committee on Mileage wns announced ai fol
lows: Mr. Itogcrs, of Arkansas; Mr. Howard, or
Indiana; Mr. Harnett, of Msisachusetts; .Mr.
Kcltou, of California, nnd Mr. lielloD, of New
Iteiolmlons providing for tho amendment of the
rules of the House wero offered as follows:
Ily Mr..Mctrcury (Ky. ) To amond rule 21 by add
ing thereto the following: "And all general ap
propriation bills shall be reported to the House
within sixty days after the appointment of stand
ing committees at tbe first session, and within
forty daya after tho commencement of the second
Hy 11 r. I!olraont(N. Y.) To amend rule 23 aoas
to mako invllcged equally with appropriation
bills measures lor the reorganization and re
trenchment ot txpendlturo In uur branch of tho
Legislative, Lxecutlvu or Judicial department of
Hy Mr. Iludd (Wis.) To amend rule 8 so as to
requlro every member to bo present within the hall
of the House during the atanlou, tiulcss excused or
iieconsarily preveutod, and to vote on all votes
put, and on each roll call, unltss personally or
pi cnnlnrlly Interested In tho proposition, nnder palu
ui natality 10 expulsion.
Ily .Mr. Galltngcr (N. IL) To amend rule 10 so
aa to create a committee on tho public health, to
consist ol thirteen members.
Hy .Mr. Springer (HI. ) -To amend rule 23 so as to
provldo that tho Coiumltteo of iho Whole House
shall consist of 100 members, which number shall
constitute a quorum to do business. Whenever the
fommltlio of the Whole fluds Itself without a
quorum tho chairman shall cause the roll to be
tailed, and (hereupon the cummltlco shall rise and
thu chairman nport Ihe names ot the absentees to
thollouac Hut if a quorum appears to bo present
the committee shall resume lta silting without lur
Iher order from the House; ubo, to amend para
graph 4 of rulo IS) ao us 10 provluc that alter auy
revenue or appropriation bill bus been considered
tu Coinmltlou of thu Whole under the flru-mlu-
uto rulo, for days It shall be in order to
move lu tho Housn lo dischargo the Commlttco of
tno Whole from the furluir consideration ot such
bills; also, to amend paragraph 4 ol rule 21 aoas to
provide that nil purine bills uud bills for ihe Im
provement of rlrers uud harbors aud for the citub
llshmunt and change of post routea shall be handed
to tho Clerk, us In tho cuao of petitions and memo
rials, for reference toupproprlatc coiiimlttcea. When
privute bills sro rciurted from committees with
favnrublu reromnu nilatlon they shall bu read a
first and second time, printed aud referred to the
Committee of tho Whole on tho private calendar;
tiko, to amend rule M, paragraph!), soualorcad:
"The fourth Monday of cacti month alter the call
of States and Territories until adjournment on that
day, shall, when clclmed by tno Committee on
Territories be devoted exclusively to tho consider
ation of business presented by that cummttice, und
any unfinished btisluisa rom lining at the uud of thu
duy snail be In older until disposed of. "
Hr Mr. Gates (All.) Tooxtend to the Interstnto
Commerce Commissioners iho privileges of the
All of these resolutions were ordered to bo re
ferred 10 tho Commlttco on ltules when It shull bo
Mr. 1'eel (Ark.) offcreJ a resolution authorizing
tho employment ol two conductors for tlio new
House elevators. Keferrcd.
lteproseiitutlve Siulugcr offered a resolution
amendatory of the llniiBurults. which he asked to
have primed in the .econl, embodying the various
propositions ndvaiicid by Mm ut the beginning of
the lust I ongress. llnefly stated, it provides fur
the abolition of ihecommlllcesun l'aclllu railroads,
Invalid pensions, mileage, mllltla and Improve
ment of the Mississippi lttvcr, and Iho transfer of
inelr functions to oilier committees, l'ruvlslun Is
also made fur a geueral Imroaso uf tne membership
of the remaining committees aud a rearrangement
uf their duties luaomo exlinl.
In coinpliatiou with the sot of Congress of March,
1W7, relalho to i untested election eases, tbeClsrk
ol the House laid betoro Ihnt nody suea portions uf
lite testimony In ull uf thu contested cases us tbe
parties lu Interest have uureed upon or as seemed
proper tu tho Clerk. Thesu portions have been
printed and Indexed, together with iho notices ol
contest and answers, and aro now ready lor de
livery lo tho Committee on Elections. The cases la
widen notloo of contest have been given aro tho
Nathan Frank against John M. Glover, Ninth
Congressional Htstilct of Missouri; Itobert Lowrer
versus .lames H. Whltr, Twelfth District of Imil
una; J.V. McDufllu versus A. U. Davidson, Fourth
District of Alubima; Itobert hmalla versus William
Klllidl, Seventh District or South Carolina; F. J.
Siilllvnu versus Charles N. Frllon, Fifth District of
California; lleurgo II. Thobo versus John G.
Carlisle, Sixth District uf Kentucky; N. K. Worth,
inglun versus l'nlllii K. l'o.t, Tenth District ot
Illinois; Joseph I). Lynch vorsns William Vattder
verr, sixth District of California.
a he House, nt Hi 80, adjourned mill! Monday.
Tliebenato, after the rrudlug of tho Journal and
the presentation ol a fow department communica
tions, on motion of Mr. Furwell, adjourned until
It ta understood that Senator Kvarts has been
selected for tliu Chairmanship of the Senate Cum
mltleu on Halts, though It U not yut known that hu
will accept it
MEXICO WANTS $50,000,001).
A Hrheuio to Negotiate a New Loan In
London or Hurls.
IsiTruL 10 thk woitLn.l
CiTV of Mexico, Dee. 8. Soflor Dablan, Peero
tary of tho Treasury, anbmlttcd to Con gri as for Its
approval, to-night, it plan lor negotiating a Govern
ment loan uf IU,UU0,tiuU Some such measure has
lung been advocated by tho financial advisers of
tho Mexican Government, but It was generally ex
pected that the matter would not come up during
thla session of Cougress. Consequently tbe an
nouncement ln tho House of Deputies, this evening,'
took by surprtso even those persons who aro con
sidered lu be best informed ln Government mat
ters. The now loan will probably be floated In London
or l'arls. The genoiul Impression here Is that tho
measure is a wise one, us It will euable the Govern
ment to purchao lis present bunds for 40 per cent,
ollhclr par value, a privilege which 11 possesses by
tho terms of conversion effected with bondholders,
us well aa to clear off Its rather heavy Indebtedness
to the National Dunk ot Mexico. The principal ne
gotiator of the loan will be Mr, Nnetzlln, one of tho
dlrcclots of thu l'runco-Kgrpthm H.iuk of l'arls,
who baa acted on previous occasions as financial
agent ot the Mexican Government.
HE ST.UIMD MS INSTRUCTOR.
A Fjcholur Itrtirnta Chuatlnenient and Almost
Kills the Teacher.
Isrrciti. to Tnit woau.)
I'arkkiisbuho, W. Va., Dec 8. A probably soc
cessful attempt to kill a school teacher by one of
his icholars occurred yesterday at lleeson, ai out
tweuij-tour mlioi from l'onuiboro. A young fellow
named Davis had commlltod some Irregularity for
which Creed Wilson, Ihe teucher, uuderlook to
chastise him. I'pon the approach of ihe teacher
Davis slipped a knlle out ot ms pocket and mado a
luuge al lue liacher. Tbe first blow sttuck WU.ou
on the forehead, culling through the flesh to the
bone. Ihe knife slipping ran around the face,
soverlng the temporal artery and the right ear.
Tne next blow struck the teacher ou Ihe head.
Inflicting u severe wound, and a third struck hlra
on the neck, Inflicting a deep cash. lisou ltd to
the floor, and had nearly bled to dtath before
nMtaiici' arrived, lie wus taken home, und wus
Mill alive al the lutt uccounts, but there It little
hope ul his recovery, Davis wus arrested.
Troiipa M'lit to I'uirpurt.
Clxvblinp, O., Dec a Two hundred mem.
bers of the Fifth Iteciment, Ohio National Guard,
left tho city this uflcrnooa for Falrport, where
trouble was expected from the striking ore
handlers. The troops went as fur as I'alneavllle,
seven miles from Fairport, where they will remain
over nlgbt and proceed to Falrport In the morning.
Adjutant-General Axllne and Col F. IL Flick are
In command. Tims far there h is been no trouble
on ihe docks. Ihe strikers have committed no
aula ol violence, 'lhey have been dnnkliig pretty
inely nwisy, however, and it is tested that trouble
may result if m attempt li made tu put new men
to work lo-iuurruvv.
1'atlent Wulllnv No I.nslag.
lon ( ntubrg llirptck.
The proof, of a weather prediction Is ta tbe
patience that waits long enough for II to oomo
CHICAGO, JUNE 19TII, 1888.
Tho Time nnd Finer of tho Next Republican
OrTlAL TO TIIK WORtn.l
WasnmoTOK, Dec ft. The Itepubllcsn National
Committee this evening decided upon Chicago as
tho city In which to hold the Convention of 1388,
nnd June lias the date, The delegates from the
City by tho Lake are decidedly hilarious over the
result and promlio that tho member of the Con
vention shall havo reason lo remember their recep
tion and entertainment for many a day. 'Ihe out
come of the competition among Iho leading cities
of the Union for this honor Is generally looked upon
as a big victory for lllalno.
"Chicago," said a Western delegate this even
ing, "Is ihe inostenlhoslastlo Hlalne city In the
cuunlry, and the location of tho convention In that
city will give no Utile additional Impetus to the
boom of the I'lumcd KnJght,"
A member of tho Cincinnati delegation skid to
night that the choice of ( hlcago was the result of a
cablegram received by Stcvo Klklns from Mr.
lllainc tbla'teruoon, Indicating his preference for
that city. Up to tho tlmo uf tho appearance of
Klklns In tbe committee room at 3 o'clock the
lllalno element was believed to favor Philadelphia,
bnt tbe delegato from New Mexico quietly pasted
tho word, and on tho third ballot Chicago was se
lected. At 10 o'clock this morning the Arlington
Hotel presented tho appearance of a National
Hepuhllcan Convention bcadquuiters. Tho dele
gations from Chtcajo, St. Louts, Minneapolis,
Cincinnati, Philadelphia and Omaha wero out In
foil force, aud tho corridor and commlllee
rooms wore filled with enthusiastic representatives
of tho cities competing for tbe honor of tbe noxt
llcpubllcan Convention. Sitting about In quiet
corners, spectators rather than participators, were
a dozen or moro old republican warhorscs, whose
facca bave been familiar objeota at tbe last ball
dozen Republican conventions. Among thorn were
ex-I'ottmaster-Genoral Tyner, Stephen Ik Elklus,
ex-Collector Wortmngton, ex-Commissioner of
Internal Itevenne Green II. ltaum, Joseph Manley,
formerly Postmaster at Augusta, Me. , and Mr.
lllalno's lieutenant; ex-Secretary llclknap, ex
Senator Kellogg, of Louisiana; ex-Audltor 11c
(rew, Gon. J, Hale Eyphcr and ex-beuator Con-over.
THREE MILLIOXAIRLB INVOLVED.
l'npera Filed In a Divorce Unit that will
rltartle Chicago Hocicty.
CniCAOO, Dec B. Tho biggest social sensation
that ever stirred Chicago will burst on tho town to
morrow, when It will be known that James V.
Carson, tne millionaire 1'rosldont of the Chicago
and Western Indiana ltallroad, has been sued by
his wife, Mary Oakley Carson, for divorce on the
ground ot Infidelity and Inhuman cruelty. The
papers In tbe casu were filed late this afternoon,
and withdrawn Immediately for service In
order to keep the matter a secret, Tho
parties to tho suit are of the flrat social
magnitude. Mr. Carson Is the ownor of the
Columbia Tbeatre, l&sldent of the Hell Line
ltallroad and owner or somo of the most valuable
real eslato In Chicago, Ills father Is also a mil
lionaire and President of Ihe Louisville, New Al
bany nnd Chicago and of tho Chicago, Alton and
PL Louie railroad. He Is one of the oldest and
best known citizens of Chl:ago, and his uame Is
familiar ln railroad circles all over tho country.
1 bo wlfu of James I). Carson Is a daughter of
James W. Oakley, of the big tannery firm of
Walker, Oakley .1 Co. Ho n tho third millionaire
who Is concerned In the onse, and his residence on
Drexel Boulevard, from which his daughter waa
married, la considered the handsomest In tho fash
lonablo quarter of tho city. 'Ihe marriage took
place stx years ago, and was tho social event of
thescuson. Young Mr. Carson anil his wife went
to live in his be tutlful mansion on Calumet avenue.
The first Indication tho publio had of trouble be
tween them was a year ago last summer, when Air.
Carson had a man arrested for shadowing him.
The prisoner admitted that he was a private detec
tive, nnt refused tokuy who employed him. He was
titled 121 for dlaordcrlr conduct, it waa whispered
about men, though not published, that the person
, who employed tho detective was Mrs. Carson, ami
that he had made some compromising discoveries
about her husband.
Mrs. Canon's Mil specifies acts of Infidelity at
varloua notorious resorts in iho worst part of Chi
cago and at u similar plaro ln Kansas City. Mr.
Carson waa seen at tho Columbia Theatre to-night,
but declined to say anything more about the mat
ter than that the whole story would come out In tho
courts. He Is a momber of the Culumot Club, tho
most fashionable organization In Chloago. lie Is
only thirty-two years old, very handsome and an
ucknowledgod aoclal leader. Mrs. Carson la a
beautiful woman. She was educated abroad.
FAIRCJIILD REMOVES A DEMOCRAT.
Surprise Over the DUnilsanl of the Augusta
Superintendent of I'ubllo Iliilldlng.
fsrrniL to tuk wonr.n.l
ArnrBTl, -Me., Dec 8. Col. Thomas Lombard,
Superintendent of tho Augusta Public llulldlngs,
received notice from Secretary lalrchlld this
morning uf his removal from tho position. Tho
announcement orealcd much aurprlso among Mr.
Lombard's frlctils hero, wbo aro numerous and
prominent Ho was seen by Tub Would corre
spondent and asked wbo bo thought secured bis
"llmvo no doubt It was Col, C. H. Morton,
Commissioner of Navigation," was tho decldul
repl). "lie has been at work for mauy months to
secure this result, hut nelthor I nor my friends
ever believed ho would bo successful."
"Why has ho and his supnorters been so anxious
to securu this removal r" was the next question.
"1 hi y could not handle me as tucy wanted to.
I took my outh of oillce to the Government and I
proposed to observe It, and I did."
1 ' Shull you lako any action to vindicate yourself
to the department?"
"No, I shall remain dumb. Tho people of this
section know mo very well. My trlenda may move,
und It wonld not bo surprising If the department In
the course of a few daya became Informed, uud
when secretary Falreaild llnds out tno facta he will
be surprised. The depart men t has beeu ueccived. "
"11 iv o you ulwuys biun a Democrat t"
"AIwuvk. For lurty-llve yeurs I never voted
anything but tbo Democrutlo ticket. "
Col, Lombard referred with prldo to what hod
been done on the building. Capt. It. W. Hlack
und It. Ik Capeu are mentioned tor his successor,
lleury M. I'tshou, the Superintendent's clerk, is
also removed by the order, the reason alleged for
both removals btlng curtailment ot expentes.
A BALTIMORE GIRL BITER.
On Trial for ('nosing the Heath of a Dlnu
Who Attacked Her.
fSrxCUt, TO TUB WOILD.1
IUirraoRK, Dec a Miss Dorothy Williams Is on
trial for having cansed tbe death of Charles II.
Small by biting his thumb, thereby producing
erysipelas. The prisoner oecopled the lower portion
of the bouse In which Small snd his mother lived,
bomu ono started a rcsrt that Dorothy had been
Intimate with a married man. She accused Small
ul lulling thu ttory, uud lluully ther came to blows.
Dorothy ' It .small iu the mouth uud then attacked
him with a batebull bat. Small took ihe'bat from
her aud commeuced to beat bcr, when she caught
his right thumb between ber teeth and bit It ao
badly aa to cause erpslpelas, from which be died.
Miss Williams admitted that she did the biting
while she was being brutally assaulted by Small.
Several gentlemen gave ber an excellent charaoier.
The mother of the dead man te-tlfled that ibere
waa an old grndge between tbo prisoner and her
son growing out ot a love affair between them some
two years prior lo the assault.
A 3lllng New Yorker Seen In New Orlcnns.
tsrxcuL to tux wonLD.l
PlTTSPlELD, Mass., Dec a It Is reported here
this evening tbat Gardner T. Darker, wbo disap
peared mysteriously Aug. 8 from his boarding
bouse. No. SO Waterier place, New York, baa been
talked with at New Orleans by a Pitufleld man wbo
la travelling In the South. Barker left no word,
when be disappeared, save a postal card to bis
baukers, Marquand A Parmly. slating that be had
brought disgrace and ruin on his farull) by specula
tion, uud bidding thsni adieu. Members or bis
family here and some Masonic friends have made
Inquiries. I ut no trace or the man could be discov
ered, rlnallr they conclude l tral Darker had
either w indercd away while Insane and lost his
Ideutlly lu some strange place, ur had died from
exiusuru ur been murdered. Somo of his Intimate
trlenda here bave contended Ibai be bad simply left
bis former paths tor new fields where business and
domestio relations would be mors congenial to but
tastes, and tbat be would be beard from some day
ln the booth or West. Consequently they believe
thai the report from New Oilcans u true,,
Hiker's American Sachet Powder
AND MOKE, TOO.
All tho materials from which this wonderful
Knclict Powder is mndo nro Krown cntlroly in
coiiscnntorleB nt Mcnlo Park by Edison's
Kloctrlo Light, watered by " Octnu Bprny."
It is mniittfncturid on iroldrn tables with
onyx tops (from Conover's;, by tho Meiilthicst
ladle sin tho world in rvenniR costumes (by
J. Altnmti & Co.) of lMlotiot Satin and llotc
fiillt, rut pompadour on the bias, with violet
ovorskirts, trimmed with V.i7tf of the Valliy
nnd tin.buttou cloves mado of "iVau cfc
Gentlemen who uso tho Sachet Powdor rlso
Iho foot; six in the Bt-matlon of their " P.cbt
Girl" nnd dream they own tho earth nnd tv.0
or thrci) "Jim Hell " btiits of clothes. Indies
who use it prefer it to onn of 0. G. Guuthor's
Koiih' ijl.000 sealskin ciirmvnts, because they
always marry millions immediately, und thus
Imvo both. It cures Consumption, Asthma,
Dyspepsia, " Jlriuht's" and nil fatal diseases,
uiclwlimi n fall from n 1'2-story Hat or n Itnil
way collision. It sweetens tlio brcnth and
preserves tho teeth, thus beuting tho best
Dentist in Now York (Dr. G. Evnns, No. 133
"West 31th st.) out of n lob.
It orndicntts rrccklcB, Dandruu", Croton
Bugs, Hook Agents, Tramps nnd everything.
It never fails to grow n luxuriant crop of
nuy colored hnir j cm want on n bnldy-bald
head, nged 70. It kept Jako from going to
King.itig school, and nil the " boys " up ln
Canada took n stock with them when thoy
Sachct-cd from hero. It makes n wornnti of U8
look liko n " blooming idiot" no. wo don't
mean that, llkn a blooming girl of 1G Fulls.
It permeates tho houso and everything in it
with the dnlicnto and refreshing odor of
Hugh O'Neill A Co., tho best nnd largest
dry-goods house in the United States, sold
24U.15G lbs. 8 ozs. and thrco25-ccut packages iu
'Their mind's eye, Horatio," or "In the pig's
Now you know nbont nil that wo know.
If wo hear of anything clsowo'll "sot 'cm
AND NOW A SERIOUS WORD :
Bite's American Sachet Powfler
1 (really nnd honestly) tho
Host Sachet Powdor in the United States,
cither imported or of domestio manufacturo.
Ask nny ono who has used it nnd thoy will
toll you bo.
Wo guaruutoo it to hold its odor for .ripe
Wo mnko 13 odors as follows t
Heliotrope, Whito ltoso, Violot, Musk,
Jockey Club, Patchouly, Carnation .Pink,
Mnreehal, Ylang.Ylang, Now-mown liny,
Klcgnnt nnd nrtistiopnporpackols, 25 cents.
Decorated metal caskots, containing ono
oinico, 25 cents ; n quarter pound J0 cents.
Cotno now I Givo " us n chnnco " to provo
to you thnt America, enn turn out Offer per
ftimcH thnn Franco or England, and that
ItlKEU ninkcH the best in America.
Ono ounce of our Sachet will do moro work
than n pound of any. other.
Sold by uluiost every dealer in tho States.
INSIST on having IUKElt'S SACHET
POWDElt in tho original paokago, and you
oro positively sure of porfoct satisfaction.
Do not nllow nuy ono to pcrsnado you
Hu vour own judge s seo for yourself. It
COSTS you NOTHING to niuko tho THIAL.
If vour denier nhould not lmvo tho goods wo
will tend PltEE to any part of tho United
States on receipt of prico.
WI B. RIKBR & SON,
Druggists and Perfumers,
Established 42 yenrs nt S53 Sixth avonuo,
N. Y. Laboratories : 685 Washington stroot
and 55, 57, 5!) Clnrkson street, N. Y.
Send for our Descriptivo Catalogue and
Ladies and gentlemen have
often expressed much surprise
atbcingablctofind AT ONCE
in our stock the precise
which as they expressed it
they had searched for all over
town in vain, and at a price
than the advertised startling
6th ave. and 23d st, N. Y.
Our catalogue, sent free, has
much VALUABLE INFOR
MATION for BUYERS.
HIS OWN INVENTION.
A Colored IIoime-TlilePe Utilisation of Dies
Heniiers In III Operations.
narry Williams, colored, of 23 Cornelia,
street, was nrrested last night by Dotoctivo
Hnggerty, of tho Thirtioth street police, for
tho theft of nn overcoat bolongiug to Goorgo
ltoseiilleld, of 139 Madison street.
Williams, it is charged, mado n habit of
robbing houses by n method invented "by
himself. Ho would follow boys carrying
parcels, nnd, stopping them at the placo of
delivery, get possession of the package hy
pretending to bo n servant in the houso.
Suspicion would bo averted when ho rang
the bell and entered. Meeting the servant,
ho would tell her there was something to be
paid ou thu article, and vihen film went In
senreh of her mistress would disappear with
anything he could lay his hands 011.
(lis operations uru thought to havo been
At tho Jofforhon Market Polico Court Will,
lams litis morning was remanded.
No Intention ot Flooding- Ilecla Kline.
fSriCUL TO TUK WO&LD.1
Detroit, Dec. . A rellablo correspondent,
tcletrrnphlnu from calnmet this mirn'nrr, says lie
Is told by the officers of the mine that tnerelsno
Intention ot floodln. tho Calumtnt and Ilecla
mine, It not beloir considered necessary, at there
Is n uintile supply ot cnemlesls on hand snd no
smokols Issuing-irom the chalt when temporarily
Tbe Illtcbcock Jurr Disagrees.
In the salt of Horace W. Sherman against Will,
lam Q. Ilitehoook for tW.OOO damages for false ar
rest and Imprisonment, tried yesterday before
Judte Allen In the Oosrt ot Common I'leu, the
. Jury flumccd taU morning.,
ARE FREE I
Our MYRIADS OF CUS
TOMERS have been VERY
THEIR PATRONAGE, and
we can afford to be LIBERAL
IN RETURN. By adhering
STRICTLY TO THE
TRUTH IN OUR DEAL
INGS WITH THE PUB
LIC we have done A. MAG
NIFICENT BUSINESS dur
ing the year, and as A FIT
MENT we are now presenting,
to OLD FRIENDS AND
NEW, half the value of our
PRINCELY $30 SILK
LINED OVERCOATS. In
other words, we are selling
these SUPERB GARMENTS
at FIFTEEN DOLLARS!
We have also reduced our
EXTRA HIGH QUALITY
$20 BEAVER, KERSEY
OVERCOATS T O
TWELVE DOLLARS, our
very superior BOYS' $9 CAPE
OVERCOATS TO FOUR
DOLLARS.and our $10 ALL
SILK SMOKING JACK
ETS TO FIVE DOLLARS.
If you want these garments
you can have them at SIX
DOLLARS. As a SPECIAL
WE PRESENT TO EVERY
PURCHASER AN ELE
Id Stair Mo.,
Broadway, cor. Grand st.,
8th avo"., cor. 40th st.
CONTINUATION OF SPECIAL SALE OF
GENUINE JOUVIH SWEDE GLOYES AT
LITTLE OYER HALF PRICE.
EYERY PAIR STAMPED, AND GUAR
ANTEED HADE BY XAYIER JOUVIH.
3-BUTTON, 69c. a pr.; reg. price $1.10
4 " 89c. " " 1.40
5 " 98c. " " 1.60
6 " $1.10 " " 1.75
8 " 1.30 " " 2.00
725 & 727 SIXTH AYE.,
BELOW 42D ST.
HIRSHKIND & GO.
(All Bias Bins),
OOO AND 308 DltOADWAV,
con. WALKim bt., nkw Tonic.
Oprn Hsturdsy nights until 0 o'clock.
VisV isw fSI I A Scientific Appliance,
VkH IqF Tr 1 VfltuYluratlng Membranes
H jTW for Increasing Sound I
TOM VvXTTsif?0? Flesh Colored Invisible
M N JJ4 h$ Sifn t0 Fit nny Kar
v8ttlMk VfcNvsVi,2 Fonmllnu Board and .He
IJUSsk. Wf TrtlO nrr",r Allsrtimints.
Htat -' ikw FOH USE ,N
Wllk Church, Theatres, &c.
VlsWsslsW WTrll of Instruments.
9Hiflp Consultation, Illustrated
BsaSJ Book of lMdcnco Freo.
lltnn Ul.... 1-oUU A-B, O-D. Call upon or addrtu th
fCij2BrcsiRcKJinltateuuro ludiumioos rur.
WLxtt. . II1!'' ? MUIU1TM to ItlKS or
ssjRSspss' MM Mr UU auMlfi. PMtJUM.Hlltf
sOuiUmw, fenXSMtSUl Carol ! IIFi'tSUITT tbresill ILL
VTMk rru ruurlot Una u Usalth Ml Vigorous Strength
EMIrUOunal bltlaiuaUraralotMIWU Cart. llnaUU
i,mntt mt HI sisir Balls, Warn saua riKHI MTLI
rvRKOraThraaVaalka. BaalatfPmiavtilatlaaBtaUJap. AaSraaa
m aAuti bucius qwu bmaiwat. mw vw..
I JUHl & ft,
IStft st., 19th st. and Sixth ave.,
(18th St. Station Elevated Road,)
Those ffoods nro printed
on tho finest French Satoon,
in original and exclusive
designs, by tho celebrated
GKOS SOMAN ET 0IE,
and aro exceedingly appro
ARE YOU A JUDGE?
Tho woollen Inbrlrs now dlajplnrcd In onr
w Inflows requires no Jutlne lu dt'torinlno tbelr
They nrc, nnd wo trnnranteo tbem to be.
everT one tbo very finest liNCMSII AND
MCOTCII HUlTINfJS Imported.
Tbey nrc Ibe l.ATI'.ST llK.SICJNH of this sea
noil's lmporiittlnna, mid nern inuile csiierlally
Tor Iho MOST JiXCLUSIVK TAII.OHINQ
We will fflvo Nniiiples nnd Invito comparison
In alj-lo nnd quality with the llli-iTnnd IIIIJII.
K-.T-rUICUI SIJIT1.MJ In nny merchant
tallorliisTeslubllsbmciit In New Vork or else
where. We linvo nbont ONR lIUMIRKn AND
I'll TV lllI'l'l!Ki;NT HTVI.KM oftboso aoods,
we will mnlio In YOUR OlttlKIl as ood a
SUIT OF CI.OTI1K1 n would cott In n retru.
Inr way Fllty Mollun. Tills In u Ml'IiOIAI,
HAI.E, nud never In tho history or our busl.
nous have we beeu nble to uirer hii IHUCII for
o I.lTTLi: , In other words, It in really n.
$50 SUIJ FG?R $20.
&E0. A. CASTOR & CO.,
BROADWAY AND 1STH ST.,
Opposlfe City Hall Pari.
B. I. COffPERTOAII & CO,
l'AHI.OIt HDITS from 880 to $300. Ianes
and Lounge Iteds from 9 1; tiufas and Sofa Beds from
810) Kui Chslrs from $U.
CIIAiVIJIISll SUIT-, ln Mshomnj, Antlqno Osk,
Walnut, Ash, Cherry, Ac. 812 to 8300.
I'll'.R tll.ASSliS from 87, Patent Hookers from
$4 Ladies Desks from 87.00, Mantel Glasses from
80, Oouobei from 810t Wardrobes, 87 to 870,
Chiffoniers, 80 to 850.
I'OLIHNU.UKIIS, irrestTsrietr, 812 to 8 150.
lli:i)STIiAl)s, tf-i t875l lluroaus, S3 to 850.
SIDiniOAKDS, 810 to 8200, Leather Chain,
S3. 00 to 823, Cane Chairs from 00 cents; Uall
iitands, SO to 8 123.
DLSKS AND OFFJCK PUIINITUUB, Beo
retary, Libraiy and llookcoses, Offlco Chairs from
MATTUE8HPH from 81.00, Spring nods, 81 to
0, Feather Mods, Pillows and llolsters. Comfort
ables and Blankets. HTOVKS AND UANOIi-Sfrom
.UOqUBTTB DODY nitUMSI!r., Velret, Wil
ton, Tapestry, Ingrain, Hemp and List Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Linoleum, Hues and Mats. Ooooa and China
Mattlnps. Window Bhados from 81 per pair; Clocks
and llrunzes from 81.00, Lajnpsfrom 81, Lace Oar.
Ulns from 81.00. CHOCKliltV.
Paintings in oil or water colors. Engravings. lEtoh
ngs, Ac, from 81.00. Goods sont OTerywhero. Heir
prico list mailed,
103. 100, 107, 100, 101, 103, 109
103, 100, 107, 100, 201, 203, 203
PARK ROW, Now York,
BETWEEN CITY HALL AND CHATHAM SQUARE.
Cash or Credit. Close llurera Invited.
A HALF 1101,1. It for the painless extraction of
teeth with perfectly pure fresh UA, Without gas,
25o. blegant Kuld ttlllngs mobt koantifullr finished from
gl.00 up. Plsstle Ulltngs from AOe. up. Beautifully
nUhed sets 5, $8. 10, the very best from CIO up.
llANKNdV CO.. Dentl.U of long experience, auooesa.
ors to N. Y. Dental Co., 2U) 6th are., 'Jd door beloir 1-tO.
su, opp, Macy Krenlngs to ti, Hundays to 1,
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
'I bono famous Instruments oontaln patented iraprora
ments not found In other iiianos, and which make them
superior in tone and durability to any other make. Be.
fure deciding what piano lo buy, oaliaf No. A Kaat Foot
toenth streot and see and hear them. Tbe prices are low
fur cash or on smsll monthly payments.
A NUMBER OF OltAND. nprlght and square pianos
V of our make, slightly used, almost as good aa new,
and fully warranted, wiU be sold at a liberal reduotloa
from regular prioes ; pianos to rent. Wm. Kjaabe A Co..
Hi 6th are., alxite 16th U
BARGAINS IN PlANOHat IJndemasA Son's ware
rooms, 110 6th aTe., near Ifth st. a large assort
ment of new nd slightly used pianos of our own ani
other makes at fery atuaoure prloea.
milE "OPERA "PIANO, the most popular and th
JL finest In the market, only bjlO monthly until paid)
one Quarter's muaioleseods freei lent only 1S sendfos
catalogue. Peek A Hon. 1110 Weat 7tU st.. corner U'way.
PIANOS AT IIAllOAINS-Weber. aiVU Stoddart,
tit. At WlMner's. X) Fulton st.Brobcklyn.
HELP AV ANTED BIALK.
lUTl'KR-Pants. orerall and shut cutter. Iloom W
J I'lowJonitouMjapnoeiwsgaOwidllJf.ll, j
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