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,', 01VP THE POOE THEIB BHABE
W The season at the Metropolitan Opera-
I Home, with it macnificcnt si enery. Its mar.
Yelloua quantity of tinsel, its rouch.pralscd
orchestra and an array of voicos which niauv
critics wish were moro praiseworthy, is about
aptping. The moneyed aristocracy has
bbneht its boxes (or the season, and rowus
dtcoUttt, .diamonds ad Ub. and Howers.no
endure being mado ready to turn the vast
ajfdiiorium into a bewilderine scene of life,
beauty and fashion.
Meantime, the little children cluster on the
steps of the tenements all through the low
districts alone East River. Thcro is no old
orcon-'grinder'witu his jolly niuslc.box to set
their youne feet dancing and gladden their
miserable littU hearts. Side children of the
poor, pent in shabby dwellings, press pale
faces against sooty canes and listen vainly
for the cheap xnusio, which the' rich would
scoff at, but which to them la the sweetest of
; melody. ,
The street musicians will meet to make a
' protest against the ordinance prohibiting
r th business. Good luck to you, ye turners
I of cranks. Humanity is on your side, and
tkyAldermiii cannot put forward the neocs.
I "f aity of TOte-counllng as an adequate excuse
I i for" deafness to yonr demands.
; ' If tbey do they are cranks and ought to be
. turned out.
: f OOHOEBNIKQ ME. AHE8.
Awes, who can probably hoist a pigskin
I ; football further and alraighter, with that
I ' fierce right toe of his, than auy other student
fcf ' in the country, will play with the Princeton
I College team after all and despite the mean
El lttle efforts of Harvard to disqualify h'm.
I The Advisory Board of the Intercollegiate
Association met jrsterday and laid on the
table Harvard's kick against the Princeton
,That is right. There is no use in being
ugly. Princeton did a wrong thing in getting
baok 7aobhptost, a former player who has
since become nn undeniable professional
But. that t should not be made an exouse by
Harvard for protesting the whole team
-u simply because she fears the Jerseymcn. Let
'. Prjnoeton boat, bar beat sofsr as in consistent
with amateur prinoiplox. And if Harvard
E prove, better, well and good, but don't try,
I buys to trick and cheat each other out of any.
College athletics should be the purest form
of sport. There is too much professionalism
among, your college men to-day. It doesn't
become them in the least.
I LET IT WAIT.
I An Associated Prem despatch says : " There
is a fortune of $45,003,000 awaiting in the
English Courts of Chancery for a number of
residents of this city."
That Is the whole trouble with these Eng.
11th Chancery fortunes. They arcs what is
kn,own in baseball parlance as " magnificent
waiters." But they don't seem to havo mo
It is best, as the experience of mnny a man
in America, hungry for sudden riohes, will
show.-oiet these fortunes do all the waiting.
As for, you, -go about your business ami
make a fortune if you wont one and can
,If you can't, you may safely wager there is
some good reason why inscrutable Fate de
prives, you of it and bankrupts all your
There are better things than being rich.
' PABa IT ALOKO.
,1 Missouri is the kind of a Btate to have.
9 Yesterday was tho last dny for filing affidavits
I under the intf-Trust law, and 300 affidavits
reached the Secretary of Btate. Seven hun.
( dred corporations are now subject to the
jj penalty, and the Secretary of Btate will go
k about revoking their charters.
H Lead Trusts and Cracker Trusts and evcu
KJv Coffln.Nail Trusts, it seems, must take their
pT prescribed medicine.
WA. "Would that this active spirit of onti.Trust
Kg might hasten this way. It is probably gain-
B. tag strength by praotlce with the smaller
ft weights In Missouri to grapple with the
fc hydra-headed, wbale-bellied concerns which
centre in New York, and whose tentacles
fL reaoh around the whole Union.
X Well, speed the day, and here's more power
II8TEN, YOU GUILTY.
Z Sing Sing Prison is declared by the Ex.
ft- amining Commission to be unfit for use.
Tbey recommend that the initiation here.
moved from the village of Sing Sing and a
Ki new prison built.
Life in the new one would not be much
different. Prison existencu is u sing-song
E affair at best. But the old prison, with its
W quiet and its traditions, rnighi be kept as the
jf abodeof the small percentage of piutocratlo
KjK criminal who get caught. The quie.cr it ib
X. the better they'll liko It, and, in fact, it is
BK rather good form to go there.
Bm Bamsoah. the clubbing manager of the Old
K. Mcn'e Home, hus secuted another iwstpoue
Wit mpntof his trial for poamtinc Joun Lutkutb,
H an'aged inmate of the place,
Bfc Come, oome. This IUw cab is a man who
KE should have been disposed of with more
mm celerity. There is a precedent and a past
K history b his case.
K' May, be Chicago won't get the World's Fair,"
WE? bbt It' tru she'll get' an enormous amount
p of advertising without putting up a dollar. ,
I Think of the multitude of people who since
this World's Fair agltat on have learned that
there was such a town, thst whites dwelt
there, and that it had not only one hotel, but
more than one.
The Marine Conference at Washington is
making amendments to the mle of the rod
In sea travel. New rules may be good, but a
better thing would be to iusplro mariners
with caution to keep to the laws that already
exist. The world would be lest seldom
shocked with news of ocean dl'aster.
The Btate of Delaware bas put in its claim
to Bank Burglar "Jimmv" Hope. Every
other t-tate in the Union wqnld gladly fur
nlsh quitclaim deeds of all such people as
"Jimmy," if Delaware wsntB them, end gives
bonds they shall never go outside of Wil
Tho American Ornithologists' Union Is in
seasion at the American Minetini of Natural
HlMory. Have theso men, who are so
leirned concerning tho loathcred tribe, auv
doulit as to what sort ot bird tho New York
Hlnto Ilepublicnus ore eating about now ?
Augusta, On., has started an exodus of
negroes. Sixty of them ate preparing to
start back to Africa. Now, if the Mugwump
would return to tho placo he came from, how
the problems in this country would solve
In Yonkers a man was fined a dollar for
giving a cigarette to a boy under thirteen.
Then the fine was remitted. This is about as
big a farce as some of tho prosecutions that
have token place in this New York of ours.
The hemp.growers in convention at
Schagbticoke yesterday protested against
any reduction in tho dntr on hemp. They
want moro protection. Hemp's victims, for
ages past, hao felt the same want.
Prrzn Scitnittofk, any thu chronicles, waa
drowned at Hell Gate yesterday while fish,
ing. His Hue got caught in his hand so that
he could not swim.
Now ho knows how it feels.
Archduke John, of Austria, has discardnd
his hereditary title, and become plain John
Obtii. Foolish feUow. to throw away n title
these days.' An American girl would have
given him millions for it.
The American Cotton Trust was to have
chofeu a uew treasurer yesterday, but for
some reason did not do so. You seo a Tr 1st is
very careful about whom it trusts. Its func
tion is to be trusted.
Congressman-elect Knirr thinks Civil Ser
vice a force. So it is, as some people prac
How about that, President Habdison?
Mlif ortune yet runs among the Foraksra. Joe lost
the rleetton In Ohio and hla nephew haa been
swindled oat of (70 In Philadelphia.
Samajmen will die under rnoit adrerae clrcum
aUncei. Akl Ohio farmer froie to death with 41,000
In bla pocket and aereral poTltona of whlakey where
It ahould hare done the moat rood.
'Twaa once American maldena ahrewd
Banir loudlr of Yankee poodle ;
But now they lay for tbo JJrttlah dnde
Kapeclally for hla boodle.
. , Botlon CourUr.
A committee has condemned fling fllns Frleon. Its
Inmates hare Ions been willing to move oat.
An Indians chemist has discovered, he says, an
unfailing- remedy for lou of hair. Tbla will be rood
news to President lien, whose party threatens to
snatch him baidhsaded.
Football Playar (feebly)-Dld we win I
Rynil'lthlilnK Comrade. VSedld, old fellow.
Football Plaer (ezcltedlyl-Never mind that dislo
cated tlilgb. doctor. Take these broken teeth out of
my month so I can holler!-Chicago Trtbimt.
Montreal sniffs at our Elevated roads and calls
thnn ugly. But she should Me the handsome divi
dends. An Alabama wedding- feaat waa interrupted briefly
while one of the lady ruesta was searched for the
Jewelry another one had missed. This" -was delight
Of all the aad and sloomy words
That mankind ever wilt
There are no sadder onea to me
lhau these twos "Hesse remit."
Queen Natalie may aee her son, the young Xing, If
she'll avoid talking politics. But she may tals about
Chicago's Interest la now divided between Its wan
ing World'a 1'air prospects and a trotting dog, which
baa beaten a buckskin pony at the Fat Stock ahow.
Among the special stuffs for wraps s novelty la
large figured satin delaine with a funed back. It la
used alike for Jackets, rapea and opera cloaks. Large
Ilusslan coata are made of It with Oriental alecvea
and hood. Another beautiful cloaking la an India
tashmere with black velvet figures. Plenty of plain
surface cloths are seen on the street, but all the re
cent styles In mantles, pelisses and cover coats are
made of figured fluffs or fancy weavinga In which tig
leaves, fulls, tendrlla and orchids of the same color,
but dlffeient shade, are brought out on the rough
In the feather aigrettes put on evening bonnets
plumes, ribbons and pompona are bo grouped as to
form a nest for some pretty little humming-bird.
Muffs of vehet and lace are carried with all the
handsome visiting and reception toilets.
Adjustable vesta of Persian lamb, plucked beaver
and close-cut seaiSkln are uaed on tailor-made sulta
for the promenadea.
A aolltatre ruby or diamond act in a disk of white
onyx makes an Ideal cuff button.
One of the new hair ornaments represents a mush
room of small diamonds spirally hinged to a tortoise
All the fine Imported underwear has for a finish In
sertions and bows cf narrow ribbon run and tied to
stay, Ihe colors are fast and launder like lace.
Lingerie of this aort is sold In sets of three pieces at
an aferaireof t'JS.
Lote knots of gold and silver and gold and plati
num, with thieo aplnel rubles, diamonds or aa,pLlrra
buried In the loops, are designed for bracelets and
lace pins, as viell as for finger riugs.
AThLtTfcS iN RlPOSE.
George B. Morrison, who la now one of the Hoard
of Manageiaof the A. A. U, and a member ol Ihe
Boaton Athletic Club.ls a member of the Clasa of 'HD,
Ilanardl'nlveislty Vhlle at college he was very
prominent!) connected with athletics. He lc J at the
long-dlsUnce runs and played In the rush-line of the
A. V. de fJolcouria la one of the prominent athletes
of the Mew Ycrk Athletlo Club. Be la skilful with
the mittens and a connoisseur of all that pertains to
the manly art.
John, better known aa Jaek " Ilaggarty, dons the
colore and mittens of the Star Athletlo Club. He
spaisin the 123-pound cl us.
Half-back Channlng, of the Princeton football
team, is extremely light and small, but he la quite s
remarkable runner des-ite this. He eludes tackiers
well by hla quick dodging. Bo despite hla lack of
alio be is one of the best men on the team.
POOH LITTLE ONES.
"The Evening World" Will Give
Tbem a Merry Christmas This Tear.
Contributions for tbe Christmas
Trees Coming in Rapidly,
Children in Sunday-Schools and
Public Schools Can Aid.
Kivo Hundred Beautiful nooks Pre
sented by it Generous Firm.
Tim KvknIno Wnni.ti's Ctirii'tm-Tre Fund
cniitinucs to claim t'litliiiaiaHtlc attuiitinti. Con
trlbtitiona are comiiiit in thickly and conuuen
tlatioii of tlio chnrityiH heard mi e try hand.
Tlu-rt Is no clticn of New Vorlt or Ita sister r!tlc
wliois not in full sympathy vritb Thk Kvkniko
Would In this plenssnt tak it h set itself, to
brinhten the Chrlstmss or tho uoor children.
There Is no cltlcn who should not open his
pnrscsnd contribute to the charity. Tho llttlo
folk. too. should give nf tbolr dimcH which tlioy
can spate. Children can make tho Christinas.
Tree Fund a msKnillcciit niece m if they tako It
earncatly in hand and dutormlno tn make tho
enterprlao their own. In the one hundred pub
lic schools of tbe citr there at c many thousands
nf little nnes would glvo if some of the more
bus uexs-like would make a more by pslllne for
sulisci iptioiiH. I'sss a lint around in thu schools,
and let ecry class do its best to out-contributo
all other ciAWrti". , , ,..,.
The, same advice will apnly to the Sunday-r-chrmls.
Home of tlit" bavnbiir Jlirltma tiee
nf thtirnwu. The little one in thco kcIiooIh
would, no dnulit, claillv forego snmu nf their
Christina pleasure to brighten the day for the
children of rocit 'II ere arc, in fact, a hun
dred ways in which The Evkmnu Wom.n
I'hrisniSK-Trcc Fund cou.d be made to reach
Kraud proportions. Each interested individual
will suggest hi own nay nf nbtsining tho bet
result for this charity, and each will vive in his
lU'side the money contributions that havo
been received by The Um-.nino Would a pack
nee nf olio Chrintma hooks has come. This Ih
the first donation of thn kind thst lis bcon
made. The rollowinir communication wait re
coived with tho books:
Appreciating your noble and generous efforts for
the iHKir children 1, aa a representative of the London
publishing firm of Hockl Si Nathan, send lou tu-dav
an aasortment nt ftOO ChMstmas books selected from
our puhltcat Ions for this 3 ear. Holing that the
pretty picture will please the little ones and that,
like your former effuria in aid of the inior children,
your Christinas Tree will be a great success,
The Christmss-Treo Fund now stands as fol
"Ivenlng World 8100.00
Alieady acknowledged l.Hft
I. 1). W 10
Peiey K. Ilexter l.on
SI. lisndvill 50
Aha Palmer. . 1.00
Jcannette i'almer l.on
Drill Brothers S.on
Alex. Leslie .no
Orsce Leslie. .no
lennie II. Hose l.Otl
W. I O. D in
" Unknown" . '0
E. N r.n
A Poor Mn' Child .10
Caussie il. llamiv .10
Arzlllo.ll. Harvey .10
Tuniu sndMattio .'-.'II
" Jonesy" l.oo
Fieddio Miiudorfl 1.0(1
Hubert MundoriT 1.00
All Mbould lie llnppy That Day.
Ib ! Editor :
I inclose 1 for the Ohrlstmss Trees. I think all
ought to be made happy that day.
Jennie B. Host.
A Mite for the Fund.
Ih ! Alitor :
I Inclose 10 cents for the Christinas Fund, wishing
you great auccess. W. I,, o, u.,
Buthe.ford. N. J.
Little Girls' Hympathy Aroused.
t ' Editor !
Inclosed please find SO cents, the contributions of
two little girls, nine and threo years old.
. Ocs-iE H. nxnvav.
Closter, N. J. Amilt-a B. lUnvrr,
Thev tVlah la Help.
To t Editor i
Tunle and Mettle send 20 cents for the Christmas.
Tree Fund. Tuma ahd Mattii.
A Dollar's Worth of Merriment,
r l Editor :
Inclosed plesae find II worth of Merry Christmas
for tbe brata. Jo. aax.
Such flo n Great Way.
To tho Editor t
TYearo a poor family of eeven children. Nobody
ever thlnka to give us a Christmas present. Papa baa
been out of work tor a whole year, but he Is working
now. I will gite 10 cents to the Christmas Fund I
gut myself tor chailty, A 1'ooa Han's CniLD.
Give the Poor Home Pltnsnre.
TW to Editor
Let the poor have their pleasure as well ss the rich,
and to encourage thla I hereby subscribe $1, This
dollar might cause many alaborimrinan some trouble
, to get It. Now let It find Its r,ay to bring a little
' enjoyment to the homes of the poverty-st lcken
families. UUBam MUNLoarr.
Hcrnnsei lie la Happy lllinrlf.
In too iVf'or
I am bo happy to know that I have nothing to wish
for at home that I feel It my duty to make others
happy. Inclosed please And my Sundays i ennles.
So close is Mayor Grant In hla attention to the
duties of his ofllce that he knows no lunch hour. A
modest a.indwl h, devoured In the sh( rt Interval bo
twecn almost constant Interview a and Hoard meet
ings, is hi uud-day repast when he Indulge in one,
which Is very seldom
Secretary of btate Dlatne is credited with a desire
toletlui.se the wild and roarlnv Jingo from his me
nagerie to the end that It may devour our Cuba and
Ben Harrison s chames for renomlnatlon.
Iremau Turner was traded and defoated by hla
friends, It ia aald, and It la also ast-erted that the
fourth election district of the Seventh Assembly
; lilsirlct nill have a new Tammany llall Captain next
I year aa a result,
I Blund and beautiful Coroner Meesemer's term ex.
plies next yea ,andtt Is said that hedmanotcaiefor
arr-eleithvnlf he can secure one of tbe three Police
Justiceships which will be vacated then.
Joseph I, Mi'Keon. the young lawyer who opposed
Peter Mitchell in the race lor the First Mstrict Civil
Justiceship, will robably be thu County Democracy
candidate for Congress In tbe Hith District at the
coiulug sihhUI election.
$50 GOLD WATCH $50
FOR 838. I
One Dollar Weeklv.
lUviui tbo ftdrinttff of amp. ctDlUt a ipocUl
i ttd Uctht. for purcbsulnff wttobM tn Urg qufta
tlllet w omn afford tooBtr at tbsaUoT pnoa-antt tarma
an elasant anfravad banting-caaa. Um.wiadlDg goli
watcb. with tha worldranowned Walt htm, Ugin or
otbt r firM-olsvaa Amertean moTtmant Tbtaaariarma
and good valua oflarad ahoald baaaumotant indaoaratni
lor avarr gvntUman and lady to .uppijr tbamialvaa wltb
a bindani. darablaand raliabla tunaioapar at ueb a
ttrr mod erata ooal, Intpatit on of oar lock la aolioltad.
or on rocatpt of poatal card agant ill call with aamptaa.
.THE MUTUAL WATCH COMPANY,
I aio uUOAUtVAi, .. a. !
.BETRAYED BY HIS KNIFE.
DAX0ER8 OF COON HUNTING IN k PLAN
i TKR'S MELON PATCH.
.Ilelanrlinlr Ontrnmr ol a .llldnlglit Meareh
for 'Mtnleiml llnns-An IM Ken.
tnrkv llnilo's Tali- or n Tlirllllnir Cs
prrlenep of Ills ilnrlt Vnnth Dlsnalrnua
Tnrmlnnllan of an l.'iitlmslasllc Coan
Tiie Louisville correspondent of llie Fhlla
dflplia 7im' rrpents the follnwinR stnry
told tier b.v an old uecro to whom she had
mnnc n present of a plump watermelon:
" AVIicb I wiir n little i Imp n a i)antnsliuu
up in Bourbon Comity, I b'.'oiiK'd to one uv
de Clnys. Youso heerd uv dem, nv coo,
mhltis. Our fnriu jmrd on to Moss Onrrrt
Davis, nud Mos Gall he n-o lull to liab de
pnltiest vrutlnh million patch you ebnb seed.
I toll yi n, in Ktns. It v,i it Id try de faith u
onny ti'pcnh lo mss dnl wu'tnti million patch.
" It Mould tnlu a beltsb liippali an mc,
pnnyliov. Iwns nn offnl hnu' uh wn tali
uiillinliB when I wtiM h little chnp, 1 nt nftnh I
liml dis 'spoiionoi' wnl Moss Gab I kep puhty
qtrde 'limit de million'.
" One lunnnlicbt niqbt me aril Tlill started
out coon buiii'n. De lust tine wokuow'd wn
fliip oursofii wnlk'n bodsciously Iohk "ido ub
Moss Gnb Davis' wsttah million patch.
' ' Dey wus great folks full linvm' com'ny
out from town full to cat wattnli millions, nn'
tint hnppcn to bo one ob do dtivs dnt day had
do poni'ny, an' de olu patch was clean out
"Wnl, mo an' Tbil was puhty much dis
puted, but I bad n knife, nud didn' we bo
from eend to cetid ub dnt watlnh million
pa'rh an' nine dc las' million, wh.it wn' no
U ctrab dnn my Us, an' when 1'de drnp de pine
rinl he'd Inkp n lenf nn' stop up e hole in de
million. Now, how you reckon datcwinelo
"De nox dav I sed to l'hil: 'Auownbltj
fools to co m dnt wnttnh million wtch last
ninht. 'Kase 1'se loss my knife an' it done
BOl my nuiiie r it on dr liiuiel.'
"A tali dli all m stus call me upan'ssy:
' Joe, you go ovali to Mnstah Col. Gnrat
Davis nn' ox MIbh Davis to sen me some
I'owouiiiliiT Beed. I wants to pluut dera fuh
" Wall, when I cot dab.. Moss Gab ho was
settin' on d front uo'ch, au' X started 'nam'
do bouse in a smart little tiot, but Mos Gnb
Dnv s be call ' Come dU way, .Top.' I step up
n do po't'li, but some way nutber I could'n'
jis look Moss Gab in do luce, so I inched 'Ions
10 one side look u' out ob de corniib ub my
eye at him, an' jis n I was swine to dodse
pnstbini be ils put he ban' out nn' kilcli me
r 10 by de collab. nn' will de uddnh hau' be
tnke my knife out lie pocket. He say. Joo,
did you cbeb see dat knife befo ?' un' I say,
'No. s.tli; nelmb.'
" Ho jis turn do knife obah nn' point to do
nnme. I could ah killed my motbali 'bout
dat time fuh evah nxmin' me by dnt unmo,
kazo t'ah wus no udder Joe in do whole ne eb
borhood. I'lcnty Jims. Hills. Johns, Hams,
but I wub do 011 liest. Joe from Dan to BerBbe
bush. "Moss Gab's voice soun' like thuudnb
when he say : ' Joe. v. huh you reckon 1 tine
dis knife?' ' I doan know, sab.' I sed. He
opened it nn' dnr wus a bis pie 0 ob wattab
niill'ou rino stickin' in it. He say. 'Joe,
ynu'rt- a crand scoundrel ' (dnt wis do wiihu
citKRin' what I obnli henrn Moss 'Gab doi
You'so bin an' stclo from roe, an' l'se swine
to tbrasli you.'
"Two or free minutPR aftah dat I vrns
tlanrin' ' Jim I row na ty Iivoly to de tune
ub Moss Gab's kepii little cowhide. When be
let me co 1 stnrtcd 111 a run (I clean forgot
Miss' cowcumher beod) fro do Melds.
" Moss Gab ho ho lob'd aftah mo: 'Ray.
Joo!' an' I stop an' tay: Yfh, snh. Moss
Colonel (Jab Davis.' 'You needn't stop In
de wattab million patch; dcy niu't no 'count
dio yeah. ' "
Tbe largest house In tbe Cabinet circle In Washing
ton, is occupied by hecretary lroctor. It contains
about thirty rooms an 1 rents for $.4,500 a ear.
Tbe houso occupied by Secretary SJoble In Washing
ton waa once tenanted by Edvrln M. btanton, tbe
famous War Hccrctary. Dr. Hammond lived In it
afterwards, and In later times It v. aa tbe scene of lien
Ilolllday's lav Ish enter talnmenta.
Mrs. Harriet needier Btowe la now seventy-seven
years of aire. Hbe waa born at Litchfield, Conn,,
June 14, IBIS.
Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney, the popular atory-wnterof
a generation ago. la Uvlnrr In Milton, Mass, Bbe la a
daughter of Enoch Train, an old ablp-owner of
The Conl Ormnnil of n -tlnrderrss,
Cuicaoo, Nov. in. Moggie Bchrelner, who
poured kerosene oil on lior husband June 23,
1H8H, and then art fire to it, bnrnlni; blm
fstally, is suIuk tho Hlnh Court of the Catholio
Order of Foresters fo- interest and principal,
on a death bonurtt nf l,(loo, which she claims
as beiibtlclsry nf tho dead man's etate. 'Iho
caso came up before .IikIkp Altireld nn a mot on
tn oveirnlo a deninrier tiled by the Hociety's
law) er. who claims that a tho woman murdered
her husband and Is now servinrr a term of ten
years in the penitentiary, the death benefit can
not be claimed by her.
Tbe Telegraph Heheilule Itetronrtlve.
lrrrcAi to rnr nrtTT.
Wabhikoton, Nov. 13 rirst Comptroller
Matthews has decided that the new schedule of
telecrsph lates for Government me-ssKes re
cnntly promtiluated by tbo Postmastcr-Oenoral
shall bo rotrnactire and shsll be nf same effect
as liavlnc been issueit July 1. This decision
wa cnlled forth by the presentation by tlio
I'n ted Linrs I'onipsny of its bill for service
ituriuu tbo four mouth that have elapsed since.
the oipiration of tho old t-chcdulc.
STRENGTH OF BAKING POWDERS.
liy Actum Curuilcal Tests.
NAVK. Learenlni- (lav per Os,
Or. Trice's, Most Terfcct Made 1UH.2
Hmnsey's (rhospbato) when fresh. ..l'Jl.o
Itiunsej 'e ( " ) old ai.G
I Iluy wood's (when fresh) 124.
Ilnywoo i (not fresh) 85,4
Queen (Alum l'owdor) 115,
1 Clybouni's 100.7
Kuri-kn(A um Powder) 101. 4
Herbert X Co.'a 0(1.4
Durnell & Co.'a 05.U
Uuriie (Alum Powder) 70.14
Razronrs or oovcrhmsnt ciixmists ab to rusur
ASP WllOLESOMrKSIS Ot DU 1'SICt'S
CHr.AU UAX1NO rowoLU.
r. rrloe's Cream Hiking I'owitar i!ob not contain
ro. Ammonia nrLiuie, or any Adulterant R. Hi. 11
Paton, I'd. !., Cbeuiisi isr the United rjtalss Uov
The Cream o( Tartar nted in Dr rrles's Cream
BaUna Powder utbaslroniMt and Ire from all lime
and other Impurities. 'Iheliwt Uabtoc Powder made
Prol 1'etkk COLLixa, Uhl.l CaainUt tor the Unitad
Uutes Department 01 Airicultnre, Waabinf ten, t, V.
1 have seraral times esamlnad baklnc powdara In the
market to dstarmlne tbslr parltr, ratilna; powar and In
flaenoe on lb health 01 tho nslnar tbem. Ibarennl.
formlj lound fJr. Pnc's Cresm Jiakins fowdar the lMt
In all raspeet. Inrslslof powar it stands at lb bead.
51 Is a pur. eleeD, bKiaat and baalthlul prapatMlon.
baveurtd " frioe'a " in ray family lor aeara. JrraT.
S, V. KXDZIS. law l'rsidnt ttMoblaan btaU boarder
All Alum Baklnc Powdars, ne matter hew blab tbalr
strength, are to b avoided aa daaaerons. PbeDbaU
and taitane aeld pwdrs llbrat tlwir sea to Irselr. ,
I m under clunatie cbans snrtsr deterlorsUea.
Mr. Ropers Add Ills Testimony to that
of flic Army nf Witnesses.
"lean hardly rsy Just bow lent 10 It waa that my
tronble began, "
The speaker was Mr. John Tl, Tlofers, whom th
writer lound at hla home at 21 1 West tlDth st.
"For a number of years," he continued, "I had been
troubled with heartburn, bilious attacks and distress
and nausea after eating. Continual colds seemed to
bavegnt my head snd throat Into a state of dltwder.
1 would have dull palna In my forehead oeerthe eyea and
frejusnt beadscbes. There would ha a continral drop
ping back from ray head My nostril would be stepped
up first nn one sld and then on the other. I was al
ways raising a phleghmy matter from my tbroat. In
my ears there would be a bussing, rioging kind of
sound all the time.
Mit. joiin n. noGErtH.
HI 1 West UUth at.. Now York.
"H waa catarrh of the head, throat and stomach I
believe the doctors called it, but whatefer It was it made
lite a burden to m. I found myself steadily losing in
weight. I could tat nothing that didn't sour on my
stomach. When a man can't eat or sleep he Is In bad
ahape, and sneh was the condltlr.n 1 found niytelf In
" I am In a wholesale grocery store and nun j a time I
have halted, halfway up tho stairs, all out nf breath,
almost exhausted, my knees weak and tired aa If tbey
bid been under a heavy atraln. My heart would beat
hard and last and this would be followed by a alow, ir
regular breathing and a srnvitlon of falntneas. There
would be pains in niy chial, sld and ahoulders. Th
lesst eiertlou would tire me all out and mako me feel
faint and weak.
. "I.!'"?J,J"i?n'"n',,hl,iirsandbeen tosomanydoo
tors that I hadn't mucn lalth in medicine or physicians,
liutlhalrcadsomanyliitemewawltli peoplo who ha'l
been troubled a 1 m and had been treated and
cured by Drs. Copelani A lllsir that I made up my
mind to go and see them myself. I found that their
charges were moderate and within my mi-sn. and I
went under their treatment. 1 am glad totesilfy to tbe
remarkable changes that they hare accomplished in ray
ease. Iamnnttno same man. mentally or phrslcally,
that I wsi i before I went under their treatment, I est
"".J. ', ?,."" "" s'eep soundly and awake refreshed
and teel like snlnrf to mr bulneeaa of old. 'Ihe hesd
sineshav pm ed away, my throat Is al1 right and I feel
hearty, strong and well."
COPELAIfD & BLAIR
are located permanently at
92 5th Ave, near 14th St.,
147 W. 42d St., near Broadway,
NEW YORK CITY',
where they treat with success all curable casea.
t.0uT.,nor,r,-Pl? n-no A- M- 1 to 4 P. M.. 7 ton
I' M (Hundavs included). Hpecialtlos-IJatanh and all
mteasM ol tho Kje, Kar, Throat and Lungs. Chronlo
..i11.''"" all mll ty Drs. nOl'ELAND A BLAIB, 147
"est -IIM St.. New York City.
Drs. Copeland an 1 lllsir both have their credential
from new York medio! col eges. Dr. Topeland wm
President of bis oU.s at Bellevue Hospital Medical College.
DISGRUNTLED INDIANA REl'UBLICANS.
Hitler Illasnturncllnn In the Southern Part
of the flntr.
larxciAL to Tnr. wnni-n.
JErrEiisoNviij.F, Ind.. Nov. 13. The senra
tlon created by tho Lincoln League in bumine
its campaisn outtit ond llairison's picture has
not yet abated. Enicst Mayer, a leader in the
Lr-aRtie, has tinned Utmocrst, ard a list nf
names of sixty vvorkinp; llupublicans who will
antaeonizo the Administration at the next elec
tions has been made. Said Arthur Mayer. Tieni
dent nf thoLcatme:
"Tbe apooiiitment or Major A. M. Luke as
Postmaster Is an outiaie. It was the only thinp;
left to give to tho woiklntr RopublicanB, and Iia
Dorsey oticht to have Had it. "
Eveiy promiiient Ilvptiblican expresses the
same opinion, hot a sinrrle worker haa received
an appointment. At the i est Utiaiternisstcr's
ilcpot the rqeii dismissed by Cleveland, who hod
been nftlce-holders for twenty reats, liaveUcu
reiiiatateil. Nono of them have been active in
politics. It is tbo same all tliioueli Houthern
liiillana. and tbcro is much disa infection in
the licpubliian lanks. New Albany llrpubiicnii
sro snerv because Qui. Japor Packsid did
not net the Collcctorebip or tho Boventh Dis.
ili'S'f; ,T,r.,re Hoo is anrrry because ,T.
Pdlback did not Ket it. The appointee. J. I'.
1 hrnop. of l'a-li, a Gre diain man, as aro almost
all of the appointees in tlii section, W. il.
tiodrroy, postmaster at New Albany; Stokes
Bennett, postmaster at Evatiaville: J. Hudson,
poitmaster at Corydou. and many othem nro
nil (IrcshanuteM, and m ncnrly every iu-taiice
were appointed asainst thu wisli or amaimity
or the ItcpublicaiiM, who preterm! some actlvo
At Huleni a cut-throat flcht is in progress over
the Pens on kxnniiuershin and over the post
ofllco, which be between H. I). Hsyles and hen
ator Lep . Hliivlau. rival bosses. Those
amonu tho ItepublicatiB who aie not cursinc
openly have uotliing to sav. One of them de
Clare that the appointment or somanv Gre h
am men over Hamsun men is lor the purpose of
c,pV.,rL,,,A t,,e -'" X-ouiNlnttin-. but it will evi
ilcntly fail on account or the mipoimlnrity of most
or the niipointcis. The ItepnblicsnK in tliis
Congressional District alone cut thn Democratic
majority so deep t thu ! t elect on ss to carry
hocitate. They have beu virtually shut out,
and while thi'iumsv not bo any mnie bon.iires,
they propose to sbow the Administration that
they will not work un.ess they are recoRiiized.
ltearuril from n Ilrlio't Dive.
Isrrcui to viir vvnnLn.
DnnotT. Mich.. Nov. 15,-Mnggie Drnmm, a
pretty girl, fifteen years old, whose home is in
Mount Clemens, was rescued from a den or in
faniy in this city yesterday. Last week a young
woman accoste.l her in Mount Clemens and
otlered exttsordiuary inducements tor her to
come to IU-tioit. piomlaiiia her a good situa
tion. Without consulting her parents thu child
accepted tho oflor and was bronuht totbec ty
and taken to a divo kept by a notor ous wo, nan
named Cnnieilnrd. iter clqtlieH were taken
away to pie. cut ,.cr escape, i he police dii-cnv.
triu Hint n child was m thujuni u and nudo
evcraieiTonto ricno licr.liut sho was sue
cessiully hidden inch time. This nioining.
lioHcvtr. an pit.ccr siiccce ed line cuing hor.
Hlie pre-i'i tod a Itiliil am curance. and smilslio
would rather die than go back again to tlio
An Aged Couple Alurdrred.
M! t 'HI i -wiv womi n. I
Ht. I'ETtn, Minn., Nov. m.-Tho bodies of
Bvcnska Torgeson and wife, an aged and well-to-do
couple living in New Hwedeu, were found
yesterday in tbo smouldering ember of their
home which had burned during the night.
rorgesou. beftiio emigrating to America wa" a
Rn'.".re?rof i'lfT1- "'1,"' NorwedsS
btoitffliiR. Although possessed of a consider,
able amnunt or nun er he was afiald or bank,
snd kept all his wesltfi in gold coin secreted m
his house. As none of the coin lis been "oiind
in the ruins titer is a strong suspicion T that the
couple were murdered lor their money and the
Mim!. ' "tt0y a" "''"" of the
l DlABnitcJA and uj.enterr are averted durlnr i..ik
IBgbyMoKgLfSlKTUlKO CoBBiiiJ l5"i ij'
GRAND ST., N. T.
Covering Entire Block,
ALLEN TO OltCIIARD ST.
Wraps, JiicMs, Mm
Newmarkets and Peasant Cloaks.
Largo Assortment, All tho Novoltioa
Plain Fubrlcs at Acknowledged
r300 MISSES' GOOD CLOTH OIlETOIinN COATS.
DOUBLE BREASTED GATE AND BELT, AGES 1
TO 11! YEAKS, 3.75, WORTH 0,
MISSES' SCOTCH rLAID AND STRIPE CLOTH
CLOAKS, WITH CAPES. ASTRAKHAN REVER8
AND BELT. VKUY DESIRABLE. SIZES 4 TO 8
YEARS, AT 4,00! 10 TO 13 YEARS, ATtS.lK).
MISSES' GOOD CLOTH NEWMARKETS, DARK
MIXED COLORS, DOUBLE BREAHTED, PLAITS IN
BAOK, SIZES 12 TO IB YEARS, AT4.?Ji.
MISSES' FINETAILOR-MADE LONG TOP COATS,
BTItlPCS.PLAIDSrAND ALL NEW PLAIN COLORS,
C7.C0, 58.00 AND $10.
LADIES' ENGLISH 8FAL PLU8H COATS. 40
INCHES LJNO. SATIN LINED, SEAL ORNA
MENTS, 1U; WORTH r.'4.
LADIES' REAL P..U8I1 JACKETS, GOOD
QUALITY. SATIN LINED, 10.
LADIES' TEASANT .CLOAKS, ALL THE NEW
CLOAK1NO CLOTHS, AT SIX'S I.WORTH J0.
LADIES' CLOTH NEWMARKETS, WITH AND
WITHOUT CAPES, 13.50. 0.00 AND H.oO.
NATURAL COLOR MERINO SHIRTS AND
DRAWERS. THE SHIRTS ARE DOUBLE BACK
AND FRONT, 40c, EACH.
MEN'S FANCY STRIPE CASHMERE WOOL
SllIRlS AND DRAWERS, 8EVERAL PATTERNS.
MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOOL DOUBLE BACK AND
FRONT SHIRT.'i, WITH DRAWERS TO MATCH,
SCARLET, LIGHT BROWN AND NATURAL
COLORS, OSe. EACIL
EDWARD RIDLEY & .SONS,
00, 311, UHX to 331 Gntnd St.,
SO TO US ALLEN. 60 TO 03 ORCHARD ST.
IN THE GRAND MASTER'S HONOR.
.llaions Entertain John W. Vroomnn rat it
ltecepilon In llie Temple.
Tbo Grand Lodge Room in the Masonlo Tem
ple, at Sixth avenue and Twcntj-tlilrd street,
was ciowded last night on tho occasion of tho
reception to John W. Vroomsu, Grand Master
nf MaKons in the Htate of New York, by the riixth
Jlaonie District. Shortly after 8 o'clock
Grand Matcr Vrooman, accouipunled by the
stall of Grand ofllccrs, entered tbe lodge-room
and wan formally received by District Deputy
Grand Stastor William Wallace Walker, with an
address ol welcome, which was repoudod to by
the Grand Master.
Tho Committee on Entertainment were Itollin
M. Moigati. llurtis Von lleiinek, Emanuel Levy.
tleorae W. Ander.on and Alexander Weir, and
they had prenarcd an intcrci-tlus nrosramme
lor the entertainment of the am.emblcii suexts
after t.io cnmplotiun of tho foimalit.e nf the i e
coption. llov. Dr. llohert Collyer. Grand Chap
lain, ivn tlrst oil the list for an a Idresi, and re
sponded in his nminl happy msnner, compli
mentiiiir Grand Master Vrooman and oousrattt
latliiB the fiatirnlty on its incieased prosperity
Mrs. harati Barou Anderson, the popular con
tralto, and tho MendelsMuhn Glee Club quartet
nunc: and the perennial Marsha, 1 P. Wilder cap
turi'd tho Catherine with several stone and
wlitiriHms. pltcn iiHiis best telu. All thonum
berH wore liberally applauded and responded to,
I and Mr. Vrooman will doubtless lemember the
pccamon of his rccoptlon as ore of the pleasant
et mid most succcsstul hocla. affairs in his ex-pt'iieuce.
Fntlicr S'nllii-w o. H. F. C. In Amrrlcn.
Dclesstes from different Irish societies in this
city havo vialted on Father Matliew.O. 8. P. C,
at tho Monastery of hin order. No. 210 West
1 Tliirty.flrst street, lelativo to hlsmisHiou to thiV
country. The lcsultof their interview wss to
n quest him to issue a general invitation to tho
heads of tho various Irish orKimizatlun
thrntiBliont New orl.. to send delecstes to a
siccialincilinp; to heboid at the above address
on liiilayeveniiiT tlio aad inst., with a view to
anauKefpi; a nubile demoiiHtration'aiid public
lecture. 'Iheoli'ict of this moemcut is purely
iiational and patriotic, to raise funds for tho
tuopohfd cclobiatinn of the centenary of the
Oi'b erat apostle of temperance next
This Deputy .tlnr.lial Pars Itla Duty,
UrrruL to the world. I,
CitAnLESTON. W-Vs.. Nov. lB.-Deputy Mar
shalJ.O.Ilafier, who has been shot eleten times
Miicu. sat Auuut,arritcdhcreyoterday with tno
moonshiners, llmda Meadows and John Mills,
from Wynni hr Conntv. Hauer had several bul
lets cut nut oi h s body this eveiiintt by a sur- '
ecmi in hU city. I'o is oue of the "beit denu
ties in the mountain districts at tni Htste. and
hs been shot so oiten that he Is a walking load
A Cnmblunllnn, bnt tint a Trual.
riTTSBL'nn, Nov. 15. -The American Manu.
fiictwrr states that no per cent, of the forge
cnniDsuics or the country havo formed a com
bination for mutual protection. Tbe eombiua-
iiTl.'.,".'"claiV"!'' liaH .,,0"e of " features of
a irtiKt, ax the several oompatics retain tlioir
iiloitlty and havo compote charge of S
works. It is sdmltted. however tint some
,etroi twill bo msdotn sotain prictH. which will
allow a fair return ou the capital invested.
I A t.'nsB Aanlnat Hlitney Dillon Nettled.
WiLMitroTOK, Del.. Nov. 15.-In the Supreme
Court in this city yesterday, tht case of Mowlsud
Hazzsrd et al and the Credit Mobilier Company
of America vs. Sidney Dillon et al and Mrs.
Mf-,T.ef.'1 R McComb. executrix of nenry Ht
MoConib. wss dlsmiSKeil. 'i he plaintiff brounht
su t to require thu defendants to nay the nil
value of 1 :i i q ,, cs of Union Paoftfc llailwav
.tockna.1,0 the value of ITOO.OoTof income
JmojU. J..J.,.. -i r. .jjt ssTttslaarViai'iia ii i
& SONS, '
QRAND ST., K Y.
Covering Entire Block.
ALLEN TO OUCIIAItD ST.
Boys' SDits ail Omoats,
Men's Suits Bnfl Orercoats.
J50 ALL-WOOL SUITS, AOE8 4 TO
250 ALL-WOOL DEEP CAPE OVER
COATS, EXTRA LENGTHS. AOES tft Q
4 TO 10 YEARS mfj,
230 OVERCOATS, AOES 2W TO 0
100 CHILDRESS- REEFERS. AOES
5 TO 11 J
130 BOYS' LONO PANT SUITS, ALL 1
WOOL, WARRANTED, AOES la TO .
130 ALL-WOOL ULSTERS, AOES 13 f"
TO 18 J
130 BLUE, BROWN AND OREEN
BEAVER OVERCOATS, HANDSOME
LY BRAIDED, AGES 4 TO 10.
WORTH 10 folj
130 ALL-WOOL CHEVIOT MJITS. ij) I a,
100 BOYS' ALL-WOOL CHINCHILLA
OVERCOATS, AGES 10. 13 J
100 BOYS' ALL-WOOL CHINCHILLA
BEAVER OVERCOATS, AGES 13
TO 18 .. (J) in
100 MEN'S ALL-WOOL SUITS OlUl
103 MEN'S ALL-WOOL CHINCHILLA
100 MEN'S FANCY MIXED UIIEVIOTl
ALL-WOOL OASSIMERE LINED CAPE
OVERCOATS WORTH (18
TOO MEN'S ALL-WOOL SILK MIXED
UASSIMERE SUITS (Tl A Q
100 BROWN MIXED KERSIT'OVER- l)10i
coats; also cassimere lined
100 men's heavy beaver uls
TERS; WORTH ssST J
EDWARD RIDLEY & SONS, I
800, 311, 3UK to JUll'Grnncl St., I
CO TO 08 ALLEN. CO TO 05 ORCHARD ST. I
' NEW YOKIC. I
THEN AND NOW. I
Eapfrlsnordpurchasrrsastimato that tharalriaof sa- H
taction irom a lar atsonment ot styles Is worth 10 H
pitr cant eitra on ttiH price. SB
1 bis work our stock is lha largest and finest of the H
entlrn year. Every want Is reprecontod. There aro H
thoussnds of different patterns and styles In nearly rav
every denartmont. M
We make thfa offer to our rsgular onstomers. If yon Ul
will call upon us within the neit fortnight yon oan kH
make yonr selections tor Christmas rtifta and we wilt
store the goods for you, dollveriux thern Christmas week H
on any day you mention to auy address you mar dial- !
You will thus harfftietter attention, avoid the crowd MM
and rush, secure the rirst selection of style and the mm
lowest prices ever quoted. uM
WE ARE NOT UNDERSOLD BY AM I
HOUaE IN THIS CITY.
We have nil the fashionable pieces on eihlbltlon, and Ub
no furniture house carries a larger assortment of pat- iH
terns. " Mm
VISITORS AND PURCHASERS ARB 1
EQUALLY WELCOME. I
DEGRAAF& TAYLOR CO., I
47 AND 49 WEST 14TH ST. I
Good Work Low Prices I
Jnst In from our 10th street factory the best array ol, Hj i
new designs ever before offered by ns. Many of Sbesa Un ji
coods are really novel and exclusively our own design. IH
Others are reproductions of expensive orlflnala al H
about une-fourth of the original prloes. U
Kxaiiilnr llie quality, style and finish ol oar
new mulioiriiny, cherry mid ash Iledroors MS '
Hulls from $22 nud upward, our elcrnntlr fM r
iiliholntrrid I'arlur Suits at 851 and upnardi Hj
our HldrbimriU at Hilt and lllulnir Chairs la H c
leather al 83.30, oVc., &r. v.
"nUY OP TUB .MAKim." H h
GEO. G. FLINT GO., I i
104. 100. 108 WEST 14TH ST. H J
LOST, FOUND AND kKWAUDS .
LOST-Ci,mmutatlon ticket totweso Plalnneld aad
New york Remrn tocwair, Nu. 1 1 1 Dnane t. Ml "
VOll SAMi. J
IJURMTURETo sll I small payments, low price.
lung credit. 2311 West 34th t, n,
COLLEGKH, SCHOOLS, KTC. '(
lT A ffiB Violin, Guitar and SlnitntL c
fci A IU LP . MM, WATSON'S. 13 C. lit bi
, -T BI
Not n Itorrr. rjj,
Erootht Oltm aUiRipMlcao. r
'Novt. ps, what objection have yontoOlaf-
encer You can't say of him. at you did of Utno. an
that he it. of a rovinir disposition. " 1)(h,i In
"I should say nut. 1 doubt very mnch If '
would rove at all if I didn't unclialn Molocn tm h.
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