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R THE WOULD: FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 15, 1880. . 1
I 30,000-MILE RAGE.
if Nelly Bly's Adventurous Trip Makes
m Her the Heroine of the Hour.
I Channcey Depow Snre She'll Break the
;l World's Record Around the World.
? Fleot Augusta Victoria Being Urgod
r to-Savo a Day to Southampton.
" A Woman ImHotor StnrU Wcstwnrrt to
Make the Giobe.GlrdllnR "
1 Morn Exoltliig.
'. "Nollie Bly " l the name t the very head of
' the paieiiBor-lltof the llambtirc palnro t.tcm-
uhlp AnKUfta Victoria on her prrtiont trip.
;. WhyehouMn'titbo? Ifl lio not tlin first of
' hereoi to undertake tho clrcnmnaviatlon of
1 Many admirer and friends of the ilarinr?
llttfe HUi Blr will watch her prwrrrii with
much interest. Iho nnmber of people who
L have put a glrdlo around the earth ia not
I largo, and include only men.
F Col. Knox, who has been "around" twice.
and ban written cliarmlnir bonk" to liny on
liia adventure, conmuned eighteen niontln in
'. each trip. Hut ho eayv
"I bcllcTO Mi HI-' can and will do it in
F pTcnty.flTO days. In fact I once lleuted out a
' triptobedone In coiit, day. Thu Hnlling in
plain and clear from New York to Biugaporc on
the Indian mall route but between thore and
r Hone Konc tho monsoon may opposo and im-
', pede the proKrcm of the fairniarlnor. The wind
blowa one waysiJ month In the year andie.
veriea for the other nix. Miss Illy will all
saint the wind tlnough the China Boa, and
the timo lost in that way is thiee or four days,
but ' norther will help her nmazlnily through
depew ruiie hiif.'li, no it.
t Chauncey M. Depew is enthusiastic over Miss
f Ely' trip. "Iliavoall conllilunro in her grit
i and capacity," said ho, "and I haven't the
' alightest doubt that she will accouiplli-h what
, the ha set out to do.
I fraiihly confess I believe a man would haTe
i" been much better adopted to tho task ihau a
I woman. It ia a plucky and a lmaidous journey
for a woman. Slio iaiso tlirnugh tho Orient,
where women are abjectly dependent on the
men. May he Miss Nelly will bo tho mangel of
her f ex in the East, where womon ha, e boon lit
erally effaced since Zenobia ntnl Cleopatia."
A JIAIITCLLOCH r.ML-llK.
This Is tho tenor of all comments on the jour
ney. That a slender, trail, irlih little woman
like Miss Ulyahoull ho tho llrst to tinilertnko
this untried race around thn globe almnst takes
the breath away, and Mi Illy i niico mom the
marvolof her ui.
Tue Cvcnimi Woni.n has leeched kind words
and wonts of praiso for tho fair traveller from
At the Johns Hopkins University, Maryland,
the students are stiuhiug mnps, chart", time
tables and routes, and a member of the Mary
K laud Historical Hociety prophtsics that Miss lily
will be able to reach New Voik two days at loast
ahead of her scheduled time.
;' Tho cntcrpiiso of 'J he Woiu.n ia being com-
' mented upon evcrwheie, and it has 1 cconie
; characteristic lor pcoplo to belicvo that Tub
j Woiilu will BccompliHh what it MtUotit to do.
: ! A-writcr has sagely reniarkcd that tho alpha-
I bet and tho printer's art alono of human inven-
I tious can compare with tho (mentions which
' shorten rilrtuneo as cmliera of tho world.
t Nellie Bly will domonsti ate how much wo have
! atWanccd in this regard since tiio thiec-year
cruises of Magellan, Dtnke and Cook.
MlbK HI.Y'a KlNirinEM'E.
i ' Tho most remarkable thing about tho trip is
tho characteristic iionrlia'tiiit-c of Miss Illy and
' tho mattcr-of-courKO mannur in which shn set
K about tho work. Sho was as methodical, miner-
, turbed and unraftlod as though her '"rhIi;ii
Km ment" had been only to aomoi toJeisoyand
mm "write up "a reception.
k Tho Boston people wore rapturous over Miss
BE Nellie's nndertalilbB and' shout: "Ahit, a pal-
pable hit. for Miss Bly and The World."
SE A. T. Anderson, tho tonnst. is quoted by the
IK Cleveland lA-aUrr as saying: " Lmii the in-
JiB genuity of The Wohi.d could not de ie a more
11 attractive enterprise. It will bu uiy MilimMe
X asa testof tiunsportation lucilitiCHon the must
! fn. reaching scale." Tho editor of the ljuulrr
f.jS is eauguine of MisB Blv's success, for ho
If baa just rocolved a letter from Binm,
M , 14,000 .miles away, which was only
HkIA tl.l .! nn I. u oral itiil Uftiintn-V f Tnol...
aaya: "Jules Verne didn't count on This
BcJr Would when he made the eights-day schedule
jil. of Fhlneas Fogg's imaginary trip. Tmf. Wojild'h
Mm'tS Pace is too fast eeu for Verne's Imagination."
B' ON SWIFT AUOUSTA VICTOIII1.
mh Capt. Albers. a stanch admiier of his pretty
XJW Kttlo passenger, assured hir that the Auguita
Hi,' Victoria would do her best to land her in Houth-
(Kf auipton ai speedily as possible, and added that
JKg hebelleed he could gain a whole da:'ou Miss
HaJ Bly's schedule at London.
HJW And i-o Miss Bly, with ono gown, foi her grip-
"Bjfl sack was too small to contain the sceond one, is
iBJl on her glorious way, with tho kindliest thought
iSJSaja of a million admirers hovering about her.
tSBBBk Nobody doubts for an instant that if any
nVBBHB living beiug, man or woman, could put the
ABHJH girdle round tho globo in secnty-tle days, tho
BBJ ulucky Nellie will do it, and stepping oil the
HBfl train In this city, go about her business as
HB though tho had only been out ol town ucr
BBk an iuitator ArrFMis.
BB' Imitation is the slnccrest flattery. It is not a
BBjE difficult thing to do that which you know some-
IWf body cite has done, and to emnhile another ia
uH.I to say iu eloquent act that you admiiv the pluck,
IH heroism, enurgy and genius of the pioneii.
HBJk No sooner had jesterday's Kvfsi.no Would
KBUF, l elated the story of the departmo of the in-
lilS; trcpid little Bly on her flying trip around tho
QBR world for The W'oiild than the imitator ap-
BJH Editor Walker, of tho Cotmonotttan, read the
BtV story and ho was aflame at onoc. He despatched
BNt a messenger for another plucky newspaper
BBk woman. Miss Elizabeth Bislaud, who is a New
BWf Orleans Creole by birth, and a bright and widc-
BB.F awake membtr of a wideawake professiou. Bhe
BjV has written for The World at times, and It now
LjHh connected with the KotmopoliUm,
DSfS She respond! to her editor's call, and was
BBjffi astonished at bit proposition that the enter the
nHnR lists a a competitor with Miss Bly. Mr.
KBnK Walker wanted her to start Immediately, ouly
IBr he would send her West instead of Eaat.
BSJW Ulta Bislaud considered, accopted, and from
IjBHf a atndy of the time-table concluded that the
IK Catarrh in the Head
BjBtv Qrlflnstts in lorofalont Ulnt la the blood. Iltnn th
BBtBl propsr tnsttud bj which to ouie eitsrrh. Is to pur(fy A
UBJPf stood Ittmn)rdlMireubtoxmptoBs,ao6thoa;Bfir
,EuBJH ot dsnloplag into bronohltlt ortbst terrlbljr ftttl dis-
BBflnr ease, coasanptton, ro f ntirolr remorod bf Hood's Br-
BjBBJl sspsriU. whioh euros otxrhb7pori(yln(ths blnodi It
BBT'I also tons op tho system andfreitllmproTM tho ten-
HBBt; efl beillh, Uood' HuispsrUU it sold bj til drug
BHj; tt. Preprdb0. 1. HOOD CO., Low til. Msm.
BBBSfettww i uttastkfiBfi(s2skMlft&&M jjt.
could equal, If not excel, the time let by Mill
Bly of her cruise.
Bhe could reach Ban Francisco by rail in time
to catch the Oceanic, of the Oriental and Occi
dental Hteamshlp Company, which sails Nov. '.'1
forYokohama-tho same ship which Miss Illy
expects to ride from Japan to America In Janu
ary. This would land her in Hong Kong Just four
days after the European steamship had allcd,
and she would haetowait there eight or ten
day till the arrival of the Cathay, on which
Miss Bly hopes to reach thelliitlfh-Chlneseclty,
and then, both fair tourists being "stalled, '
they might chum It together for three days,
spending Christmas together on the little island
which nmrlis one of the snots in the Empire on
which tho sun never hots.
MM.li. ni.v'n iwii'Tr. Rmrnsr.n.
Tills l (ho "hair-nay houo " In tho tour, but
Miss Illy would get tin ay three or four days
ahead or Mlssllislftiid.whosetimo-tablois rather
pcrversclt against her.
Miss llishuid'' schedule takes her on almost
exactly the same ronto as that taken by tho Bly,
only rMciscd. and she hopes to icach Marseilles
on Sunday. Jan. Ul, 1H00. If sho does, sho
may he ablo to i each Havre and sail for Now
York on tho.nnio day. If she Isadav lato sho
will take a Me-amnr from Southampton on Mon
day, Jan. 'J'J, and reach New York, Jan. 'Jl.
That would be two days later than tho ar
rhol of Nelllo lily, ami Mis lllv rejected tho
cheilnlo adopted bv her .Southern competitor
after careful study and calculation, being con
vinced that tho eastward cruiso was the quicker
Humberts or families whose support depend
on the nioiioy tamed by the street muslclsns
aiochcercd bv tho news that tho Aldctinou um
to rescind tho ordinance prohibiting them from
playing on tho street.
Manufacturer Mnlinan's little shop, at in:!
Elizabeth stieet, was thronged by tho peor fcl-
tfM.ru llila mMftiftiff
Hotcral of them suggested that if nccefsary
they would pay a liccii'c fee; but it i notproba
blo that the Aldermen will roqulre them to pty
for a license out of their mcagro income.
Meantime activo preparations aro being made
for tho mass-meeting noxt Monday night, i
Brooks' Assembly Booms, on Broome sti ret. is I
one of the most spacious halls in that locality,
and It Is expected that it will bo crowded.
Hpe'eehui will be inado in Italian, (lermuii and )
Etiglli'h. ami n netitioii renting the Inmstico
done tn tlicin will be iliawu up. signed and for
waided to tlin Hoard or Mdciiiicu. '
A ciiiiumttii or (lei man inii'lclnn". consisting
or ilolin llelwig. Nlcholns Killer, Daniel llaill, I
Jacob Biirsim, Hrnrv 1 ainli'r and John Wnl
ter, cnlli'ii upon Mayor (liairt rslndn ntnl n
finestid him to iik" Ins intlueiicu in hnting tho
unjust law repealed.
I hey rviireientiil ."00 musician, thev said,
wbohc fniniiu h mcio sulleriug iroui the tneu
being throw i nut of wi rk. .Vlilcrnun floelz
accoiiipanied the men, and put in a good woid
rm t c-iii.
Mayor (Irant listened, and then rcrctred them
tn the Bonrd or AMeimtn. who ho suid had
cntiro chnrge or the matter.
Many pitiful stories nt fnuillles made destitute
bv the new law aie told every day.
I "Many n poor ti How it on the verge or star
vation.' raid joung Mr. Molli a-i tnTiu Ei.n
imi Wniii.n ropnrtoi this uinriiing. t "Thcv
havi either ceased winking altogether fur a
couple nl wieks. or have In en in the iii'ighbin
mg towns arrailv oveiinn with iinisii'inns, and
when) no unmet tn speak of is to bo inrned.
rollrcinuu rii'lainy, r tho Metcel stltet sta
tion, iirii'sted .lui'ko Moucu yesteirtav in front
of ev-Jinlgi) Iteilfiird'H house, on Fifth avenue.
Jnclio is lilly vears olil, ami was grinding out
".Molly Hurling,' with a ernwil or little chil
dren aroniiil ii mi. when the big policeman ciimo
Justice dm man heaiil tho oftlcei's complaint,
and then said that ns Jipko lnd not been in
lorineil or the law against street music he would
not hold the nun.
II. S. ratlin, of 'J'!U I'nik Bow:
'"Ihe root fellows call liino bt doyens," said
he, "nn 1 thfiv all hn'i a ted stoiv t'i lelate.
Hiiiiiethiug should bn douo at nncu In order to
relieve them, for tiiu ale in a bad coiulitioii
SHOT IN THE DARK.
A niysteiions shooting case is occupying tho
attention of t lie pnlico of the West Twentieth
Charles Biowe. aged twenty, who lives on
I'eiilistlv.iuia atdiue, Newnik, was ioiind lving
in tho hallway nt tho llat-hoose, 2111 Wot Hi
teenth Mn et, ahum :i n'clnik this nioining.
l'lilicimnii McNiell hud him scut to the Now
Yoik Ito-ipltul, while he diid later on.
Cupt. (Irant learned that Browe and friend
known RhJulinu) Coxweie freiiuint visitors to
tlie rooms of Mine. Becker, on the third limn of
'J.'ll, and that they had been there hist uii'ht.
He iliscmuied thai Johnny I'm ami John F.
Ia'iiI, :i ilerk In Acl.ei, MeMiiillA Cunilit's store,
ut I'nitv-i ceond stiier and Jirnadwav, weio one I
and the same pnrsoii, and ho M'ltniniiiifil I.enl to
l.enl uiluilttcd that hn was with Brown last
night and gate, the lollow.ng miioii ol tho
"1 unit Blown at Mary Beckei's about II
o'clock last night, and we spent thu etiuiug
drinking. 1 lite at -t:i8 Wet i'oitv-beveiitli
"About a nVlnek this morning my friend
" ' I hope von are not going to stop here all
Biowo said: "Well. I guu-s I'll itay all
ni u lit. '
IIhiv lloekel remarked: " Ii one goes, jou
both go. ' and we put on our c(uit ami hats and
'1 ho hall was Intensely dark. As I reached tho
mam hall I lie .ml a pistol-shot bolnud me.
'llii'ii 111 owe tumbled font arc! and fell in tho '
hall. He had xli it iimiself. i
"I rilslied back Up stills and told the girls I
what In bad dniit. 'i'ln-t cime ihiwn with u i
Isght, and we Ioiind he wus insensiblt. 1 be- I
came ft inlite tioil and tun uw.iv, ' lie loiicluded.
'Ihe nncp.t nr the gills followed.
It upp) med that Biowe had known Maggie i
Hams foi nbout a veai iiud was much in love I
He intiodiiced I esl to hei. and the latter also
bri'.inie smitten by her chaiiiis.
Margin wiys tin y grew jealous and said bitter
words to each other about her in the room last
I lnulil, but I.eal denies it.
He stts that Btowe said something about
being tired of life, as they were going down
stairs: and also sas he saw a stiauge man run
ning nut or the riont hull door when he to
tiirin il. nttci notifying the gill ot the shouting.
I Win ii 111 owe was picked up thin were two
pistols found on him, onu in his pocket and one
I by his Kidf.
, He is said to hato hi en a lelativn of Ml.
I " n,lit. ol ti.r linn nt ekci. Mi nail .t Couilit.
Until young men were about twentj-one euis
old. I.esl and the girls weie aiiaigned in tin
' .Uner.on Market i'olico C'ouit thin fori noon
ami held for examination.
FIRE TO JW FIRE.
Startling Declaration of the Plans of
the New " United Irishmen."
Dynamlto and tho Torch to Be
U8od on English Soil.
Impiuslonert Appeal for Contributions
tn the liicrndlnry Fund.
O'Donovan Uossa and his allies have broken
loose again, and aro now engaged in organizing
a sec oty, the object of which is. as they put It,
"to fight Biigland with the weapons the has
u ed in lighting Ireland."
Nearly ono hundred delegatca from different
cities throughout tho country held a secret
meeting in Halcyon Hall, fi!17 Third avonue. at
which they adopted the constitution of a new
society to bu called the " Culled Irishmen."
Thonbjcot of the Association, it is ueodlcss to
sn, isthcusoof dyiiam to as a means of fight
ing Kuglaud in the cause nt Ireland.
O'Dnnnvan llossa s paper published this
morning contains a long addross to the Irish
pinplo setting forth the grievances of Ireland,
in id unkn for assistance to "enable the liisli
patriots to tight their enemy in a manner that
would he elTeetitc. "
'IheaddrisHls lie nded with tho quotation :
" Cecabbair Do. le fliiutiu, agns le neart ar
lsiuh." iVWlh the heli ol (lod, ol Truth and
with the stieiigth nf nnr baud".)
"Fur iiinii' than si-tcn ceiituile'. says tho
aitdii'ss, " Knghiiiil has wnueil a teluntlebii war
lor cxtei initiation on tho lrih people, o war
whi'-h for the atrneltles eoiuiiilttod and for
' l'liari-nienl cant anil hvimciisvlms no equal in
thnhlsloi) ofinaukinil. nil all thiinigh thiim
dark ages the si i no has In en the i-amc -Iielund
liuti I In uteli In the 111 hi has alwajs bei'li ntei
thrown I iy the perfidy ot the enemy and by her
own childlike faith in the honor or the toe.''
After ilwe'llmg at length upon the grand and
hemic iiliantles of tho Iilsh race, the addi ess
"When Irishmen show the moral courage to
use liny mid every won pun the) can that sen ncc
puts into their hand-, thereby uniting their
earnestness, the world will applaud and not
until then. Ireland still has numerous Aliens,
I.urliiiis, () linens. Ill mil s. Ponies and O'Don
nells. 'I'lii'-o men. eating their heart nut In inac
tltity, appeal to us and to ton to .ilil them toac
t'omplMi the ta km nil pi oTess to hato at heart.
Tn lender them such aid: to strlki one more
blow fur Ireland ero the deadly work nf i vtei
miliatiini i ciiiried out, is the oh cot lor width
tho Tinted liiilimeii niganiation has bun
foimi'd We nfipeal only to those who are
ntieuly and buldl in lull Kjmpathy with the end
ilesire I, hi d with the meatuses to 1x3 adopted to
attain that end.
"One good blow i.tiucl against the ciicmv
will bring into line thousand ot Irishmen, who
ale iimv apparently iniliflii'eiit and idle.
" Kuglniid's potter is lu liei i noiinom wealth,
the pioiluet or univcisal lobbert and miliihr.
Destroy that wcilth and you destroy England s
power. Why has not this policy lieoti cairied
out? Himply becnusvthc liish tieoiile have bt ell
made a nation ot mot nl cnwauls. '
Tlio adilieBs urges tho lieoplo to light to tight
the battle on Ihigli.li soil.
"Tnoy can do it thuro. and do It successfully.
It is our aim to belli them, 'ihe puipo-e of thit
i u'ppeal is to mow you to help them. There aro
thousands or Irishmen at home and abroad
who-ie blond would gallop through their veins
witli Jov at seeing a chain u within theli leach of
li'Pcutin ' tue deeds ot tlio men nf I'luikentvcll,
Maiichn ter. l'hirn x l'nrk, Westminster Tower
and Hcot.aml ai il. Tlio-ii nre the deeds that
stiuek tent r ntn the heart of England.
I " liishmi ii tell uv Kni.'land is making war on
tlitm In Itrlaml-ift levelling and burning t licit
I homes, is iiiiirdiring men. women and childieii
i is luittinjr flieii priests in piisnii, and execut
ing gem i .-ills on the whole inhabitants of tho
nation, what (ilnilslnno calls 'the sentences ot
death.' 'I he) tell us they can ill letiirn make a
simhar kind of war upon England they can
glte her cities and tier shipping to the flames
an i Ihe) can sl.iy etei v llui'lisliinan that Eng
land semis over to Ireland to envoi not mis
govern that country. In this wo pionuso to
The addiessis smned by about thirty Irish
uii'ii, well-known iu connection with the dvua.
'J he .Society will hold meetings in Halcyon
Hallntei) Monday evening at T.flO.
The members ot tho Kneiety aro bound to
gether bv thu following declaration:
I, . plcilns my word of linnnr as a truthful ami
hiiliSNt innii, In Inlinr with utmost rnnl and ln)filtjrto
sovrr Irklu l limn tlis tliiri rnuiant nf KukIaiiiI. an I lo
thai mill liirlhpr p vtUs my.wlr in hiipnorl iilitiuM Ami
strHiitlifn 1hiHtH.ltt) of Ihs Unitfil Iriiiliiiifn sntl tlin
eullHlltutiiin Aild lawn thsrinl
O'Donotau llossa was Jubilant over tho sue
oes of the orguulntiiiii vtheii an l.trMMi
Win i ii teportoi culled at hlsohico iu Chamhen
"Ufcnuisc, the workings of the Society will
be secret, 'suiil bu.
'"I he oiigmal Nnciety was stalled in l'hils
ihlnhia iu I.shii, and we will lollow in their
loot top. Wo don't belh'te in I'arllatneutary
til k, but intend to light England with tho
weiipniihHlni lists against us.
" In ok at the ririmmV .Imirmil. It is tilled
with talc nt flies unit etlctloir, in Counties
Doiii gal, Sligo and Ma)o. England is limning
liisli hnmis, iiud wo intend to burn homes in
'"Ihe Irish Volunleer Society has ulie uly Hig.
nihed its intention id aillliatiug with w. and
bus enutriliuteil t.'ili to inn tieasiirs. Tho Nt iv
' ' lk hiaui'h nuinbers Jion nieiiibi r, and theio
i u le h'lniliiilrt ot iitheis tbioui.'hoiit the count! ).
"til willdian iiieiiibtis finiii nil liish socle-
tins who be.ii'te as wc io namely, 'llglitiug
l.ngl mil with hui own weapons. ' "
ALLAN QUARTEMAIN'S WIFE.
Her Ktrange tory UiM In llaggntd' nrwunil
cautgiriv vomniuv m Tin: Si;mhv W'hui.p.
Illiiuvrll ii I'rer .11 nn.
William Blautelt is a fteonian to-day. aftor
spending many months in the Tombs. The Juiy
in Over and Terminer accepted his plea that he
acted in sell-defense and acquitted him ot tlio
eliaigii ot iiiuidci iu killing Jiiliu lliiggau on
- ip i
Cnliter, lllah nrllirrslerlv Wind..
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myn-ifrrYivwji teie-lliermoinetM :
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Aierine for iorifki)iiitiuic thiui Isnl Jli'jr, ...ils rls.
IN AFRICA AGAIN.
7fntf;iirif iviimiAlo hifohl Mil ;.. Iitx nr nmt
rniMjr (oi- In Tllh SUNDAY Woill.P,
Another Week of Bargains,
1P'h1.1 fPtW Ttt'8 ANTIQUE OAK CHAMnEIt SUIT, DEVEb
ItSSII IP $?Vll OLASS, 15,o0l r.EDUCKU FUOM 3'.' 00.
ii sMmB Ex'Bnsion Tab,es' 6 eet ,ong:' 35
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YM!Siiaaaaaai THWl IN FANOV COVERINOS. AM, COLORS.
tHfp IfSgi. I II H1 tOl.UINUUED.S OY ALL MAKES AND DESIGNS
jPg jgj teti CARPETS.
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wiaBl'&lutlErrrPpMnBW VI LVKTS. l'i;lt YARD 1.00
IDp-Ti i WtWiSaSBHlB a 'I V1 Mouqutirrs, per yard i.:jj
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4 It y ? U CANNOT I'AIli T KINO IIX.U'TI.Y VIIAT
,1B npniirtt) from sum on NO" wr' 1V rniMIMHIN" A IIOI.'sK
FORTIUS KI.EOANT I'AIII.OR SUIT, t'OVF.RKD Jf.VKi'niM- PrlJ WISP
IN MOITLED Sll.K I'LUHII. ALL COLORS. VH UM 0I"- ' l"t'IIASINC..
TERMS TO SUIT F.VtRYflODY.
PAltt.OR UITS FROM 'jr 00 TO ifMOO.OO. I
OVER 101IHUIIH ON ONE H.OOR. . CASH OH CREDIT
SOL HEYMAN t CO.,
993 and 995 Third Ave.,
ni'.TWEKN flilTH AMI O0TI1 STS.
in Ladies' Cloaks.
i at our Broadway Store.
Tom irrow, Saturday Oct. 16th
we will put on sale
Imported Long Cloaks
Reduced from $55, to $35
$95, to 60
" $142 to go
" $160, to $95
Braided Cloth Jackets
in Black and Colors silk lined
j astrachan trimmed.
, Reduced to $1 3.50, Irom $23
Lord & Taylor
IN THK ORAM) MASTER'S HONOR.
Mnnnini rntertiiin .lnliu , Yrnmnnn nt n i
llreepllnn tn the Temple.
ThoOiaud I.odRe lloomm the MusonlcTcm
ile, at Hiith ntenuo and Tttciit-thltd Btrcct.
wits crottdul hist iiiKht on tho occasion of the
reception to .Tnlin W. Yroonian, (Iritnd Master
ot Masons in theHtatool New Yoili,h thoHixth
Masome District. Shortly nftei 8 o'clock
(Hand Master Vrooiuun, accompunied by tho
stall of tiraud ortieeis, entered the lode-room
unil tas formally receitud by District Deputy
ttriiud Masttr William Wallace Walker, with an
Bililrcs-. ol ttelcome, which was repoiulod to by
i 'Ihe t'oiniiiittie on lintel talniiK lit teio llollin
M. Moririu. llurtis Von lloiinek.r.iuanuel Levy,
(leorue N. Anderson and Alexander Weil, unil
thet had pieimred nil interestinu programme
tor thecutertaiiiiuent ot the assembled uucsta
itfter the completion ol the foimahties ol the le
cention. ltet. III. Hubert Colljei.draiiil C'hap
laiii, ttas first o i tlio list for an a idles", and re
Npouded in ids usual happv manner, compli
nientiiiv.' (liatulMastir Vrooman andcoimrntu
lntinu tue tiatiiuitv on its inei cased iiosvcr:ty
and lilture mnsiii'i'ts.
Mrs. Kaiah llaion Atnlorsoii, the popular con-
trulto, iiud the .Meiidi'lsHohn (ih'o Club Quartet
sunt' mid the pcicnniul Maislm 1 I. Wilder cap-
I tiircil the uiithcriiut ttith sotcral stone-i and
wlttii'isius, L'iteu in IiIh best tein. All I ho num.
i bers tteie libeiidly applauded and responded to,
I and Ml. Viooninn ttill doubtless lemeuiber the
occasion ol Ids ret ption as me of the pleasant-
est unil niiHt Hiiui'csilul social aflairs in his ex-
AlfWiriF lirirflllll rvimf'e'e.Hi-iillliroinHHCC
I fll TlIK StNIlAV WolILl).
(apt. Chirk Will lie Tried for Murder.
t'.tpt. John Clark, who, on the evening of
Oct. 1 1. shot and killed John Carey, known a
the "Cowboy of Avenue C, "durinca nuarrel In
I'atrlcl. Casey's saloon at Fifteenth stieet and
eniu C. has been indicted by the t.raiul Jiiit
fni muiiler iu the llr.t degree lie pleaded not
Kiiiltt, uml itnMcmaudcd for trial.
FULL OF EXCITEMiNT. j
llttiJQUTA' ""' tllllt tOHIIlW HOCj III TlIK
Hu.Nliw W'oiini (ii tin- intuit hitrnrfi'i Inlnnthtg
one Jifi'KT irroe.
aiiaag'lllw"imiwB ,iiimmTaaiaainmvmutiutM .. .wniiwiwit..,,
JTC3TS obtained the only gold medal awarded solely for
toilet SOAP in competition with all the WO rid.
Highest possible distinction?
1 L L . - j. . . .
243 Mi 245 Grai St, Hew York.
TO-mORROW, SATURDJ1Y, NOV. 16.
I n 1 -8KAI. PU'hll JArKETS.niiiltsd,8tin-llnd,
irsllon.is, st !7.!IHl chrspat tBl'-f (1(1
l.l !! I.ADlfcs. hlltll'K M.tVMAIlKETS. with
caiih, tiell b1ivp, S2.1INI i hsapAt 45 (1(1
r.ot:i-l,Alllhh' A1.I.-W001, IIKAVKH HHWMAR
Kl TS. IkiuiiiI tvltli brntd, platted froot, tallor.niAds, t
Lot l-MI.s:s hruipi'.n nkwmakkkth, with
cspt.. nil sIzsm, from l! tu ItJ jresrs. At sj 1,118 l worth
11 fl -BOYS' WOOl, OVKtlCOATS. with csre.
wdliuAilnnrtnnirtisd AtM.IJS and tsjj.im a bar
ra nut i4 llainli;il (IU.
I ot 11-liOY',' WIIOI, SUITS, wall nindi-, all sltss,
fruui 4 to 14 5iar. 4 1.311 and 8a.4l t poiltlvelj
worth 'l 11(1 anil ." (I')
Lot 7 MltHKh' WOOL OI1KT01IKNS. Illrectoin,
sltlp, liantlsoninlt trimmsl ttltti tirae. All styles, 4 to
li t ai s, I.11N t rsdinsd from Aj4.0ll
Lot S -Wo aro xhitnlliu an i-'psnul llnsof Itns.tAllor-
i nif ils NiMTmarkts, 1 uili .Saciiurji, Wraps, Jackots.
IrUli Piasants Miii8 and I'hililren's (trrtchrtih and
fJotviiiAiLi ti at prices lull) .'. Hrcont. lower than any
ot our eoiiipttftnrs.
Haiip & Bouillon,
243 anl 245 Grant St, Hew York,
721 Broad St, Hewart I J.
Our friend command our earnest thought,
They Come expectant, and well-furnUhtd go.
Carhart 8c Co.
Dffer great bargains in
Boys' (ages 4 to ioy'rs)
(Piat'n and Newmarket backs.)
The largest variety of hand
somely made Overcoats in
he city .marked at the folio w
ng low prices:
&4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50,
$6.00, $6.50, $7.00, $7.50,
$8.00, $9.00, & $10.
N. B. We are manufactur
irs and our guarantee goes
with every garment,
Equally great bargains in
the Men's department.
Broadway & Canal St.
II. iB i CO.
HAVE ON SALE IN THEIR
COMPLETE LINES OF THE
Kid and Suede
lBtkSL, I9tfe sel ni en An
18th St. Station Elevated Road.
Cloth Id it fftUare One of the Urgent elothinr hoa.ei
In this country hM lAtled, and the Immense stock U
rlsbt hfre tn the lre iron -front bulldloc- t OH0
llroadwjr, New York City The btock lias ben ap-
Wataedat OTPr $l,0lK).OU0 valuatton of new tall and
Inter Clothfnjt. conslstlnsof Hulti. Orercoats, Ulitera
and Tronnert for men, youth h, Ltoj-sand children, Tht
ftocV Ik entirely rnmplete and wilt be BOLD AT
TIIIUTY.TIIUI PHI CKNT ON THE DOLLAR UF
MANUKAOTUKINiJ CORT In order to effect an imme
diate oettlement with the creditor", who want their
money at onco (,,d vquentlj-, EVERYTHING MUHT
(iO. rejtardleaaof cost or ralue It will nay you to come
hnndrtxlanf itillea to attend thki UNUSUAL HALE. A
envinK of 07 per 1 ent on erery dollar you upend. A few
price are mentioned MeuV It lb bod Diagonal Hutt.
-J Hfl,worthl'J oU. MeuHebtant 1'all hulta. $'t.7.";
worth flTi. MenV KnicMsli Worsted Cutaway Dre
Salte, 47 V.'i. woith $'-) Men's Imported Cheviot
JSulls, tft 7."t. valued at "J0. Men' Wide-Wale Dreaa
Huitf, M 'Ju worth $",0 MenM Eleaant Pnnce AI
bnrta, 10 0, ral 440 Men' Melton Cawlmere
Tante, wntth $.1. atlJHc. Men nll-wonl Cheviot Pants
(Mr.iityleiO.'-Bl 41. worth A5. Men't Drum, Pants, $2.5,
worth ill. .".0 10,000 Hota hultH, $1, worth .l 75.
B'in' Capo OverunatH, $1. worth (84. Hoys' Pant
itj.OUOInt 10 tenth a tatr Men's heavy winter Oier
lontN. ' 7oj worth $10. Men's heavy Ulster, $.i.75;
worth AIM Men's Vhitney chinchilla Overcoats.
4 :Oi worth $li Men'n " HOYAL bTANDAKD"
Kersry. ellU ami natln-llned Overcoats. $8.75 worth
ft.J.Y Men's "NOKUMHO" beaver Overcoats, 80.50;
worth 'Jft Men's MONTAUN AC" Overcoits, 7.7.i (
worth &'A2. Men's Pea Jackets and Vet. $4.75;
worth lrl. Men's Imported Carr's best English
Kerne) Overcoat. J10 flO. worth 845. And many other
thousand) of onderful Bargains tht cannot
be mentioned here, all koIdk at ONE-THIHD
1I1K1H VALUE." Come 10-day, and don't lose an op
portun ty uch a but very seldom occurs Don't put
jour coming to this sale oft for any cause whatever.
I You tannot afford to niiah it If you "VALUE
MONEY " Make up your mind to come at once, and
ilon Mm away, Come, whether you buy nr not. It
cuff nothing to look Everythinir t fold at prices
named, and exactly as adtertised Every article is
guaranteed precisely as represented or the money ro
lund'tl, thus Insuring perleit safety tn each and every
purchaser. Come, come, en me Hate commences each
day at 8 o'clock Open evenings until 0. (Saturday
UM.KEAT BANKRUPT ASSIGNEE CLOTHING
HALE.1' No. 081 i Hroadway, 1 door above Groat Jones
st . New York City
P, IS Dou't make any mistake, and see that you get
to tho right place. 080 No branch stores connected
with this wonderful sale.
Should alwayn be used for children teething. It soothes
tlie child, softens tlio gums, atlaya all pain, cures wind
colic, and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twtuty-flve
SctofuU lcadn to con.
iMimption, and should be
blood and 1 emoting all
impuntifls from tlie Hya
tt'tn by the use of I). B. D.
SUPREME COURT-NOTICE OF APPLICATIONS
1 OR APPRAISAL -Public notice ts hereby given
that it is the intention of the Counsel of the Corpora
tion ot Urn City of New York to make application to the
Supremo ( ourt tortheappotutment ot Commissioners
ot Appraisal, under charter 100 of the Lawt of lKN.'I,
and tho acta amendatory theruto. Hnch application
wilt lm matle at a Special Term of atd Court to b- held
in the Hconl Judicial DistrM at the (ourt-house In
White Plains, in Weittchester Count) on the 4th day
of Jauuar 1800, at IU o'olock noon.
Tha object of such application Ii to obtain an order of
Court appoint ins: three disinterested and competent
freeholder, all of whon alii 1 1 re Me in the County of
New York, as CommNmonerBot Apprsisal to ascertain
and apprniHiithe compensation to bamade to the owners
and ah person Interested Inthtt real estate hereinafter
dtscrited an proposed to he taken or affected for the
purposes indlcted In chapter 400 of tho Laws of 1883,
and the acts amendatory thereto.
I ho real estate sought to be taken or affected as afore
said I located In the City and County of New York, and
is laid ontfliid indicated on a map tiled In the office of
the H ginter I the Cit and County of New York on the
JM day of Ouioter, 1880, and bearinK the fol'owlng
terllicate, to wit
" Mp No 1, Department of Pablic Works Property
map 01 lands required tor the cmstrui tion of 1 b'ov. -off
sf Miatt No. i!4, on Section A of the Nw Cr t n Aque
Uuct, In tho 'iwenty-'ourth Ward. New urk City
Note Pariel A, 11, C Dand E (colored pink) are o
bf taken In fee. In Parcels C and D said lee Is taken
hutijeU tnaperpetunl linht of way for riircat purposes.
Scale, ."0 leet 1 inch 1 ehruary, IHisO, Thomas F. Gil.
tiij, ( oti.inihsioner. Depsrtmeut Puollo Worse, Q, W
Hudiall, Chief Engineer. Department of Public Works.
'Ihe Aqueduct CouunUsion, We, tho Commis loners
appointed to carry out provision of ctiapter 400 of the
Lawsnf lHHIlor the State nf New York, and the aotn
amendatnr) thereto, do hereby certtly that this Is oueof
sii similar maps prepmed in accordance with the re
quirements of section 4 of said act, und do further cer
tify that the same his b en adontel b us In the manner
described lu said section this 11 st day ot August, 18H0.
ComniiMlonera Thomas F (lliny,('onimittianer Pub
lic Works J C Duane, John J TucVer, trancls M.
Scott, Walter Unit a.
'Siateof New Ynrk.Cltyand Countyof New York, ss. t
On thit'ilHt day ot Augjgt, 1880, before me personally
(nine Thomas P. Gilro), James (' Duane, John J.
'J .icker, PrancU M Scott and Walter Howe, to me Her
ds ti known, and known to mn to Ihj the perrons de
scribed In nnd who ixecutel tho foregoing certificate
and herersll) at knowledgod that they eiecutnd the
same J C Lulls. Notarj Public, New York County
(noTsrls I xeal)," and of which theloilowlnglsa statement
ot the external boundaries by course and distances
within wti 1 arn Included all the real estate required tor
the purpos of atd New Aqueduct and shown upon said
All that certain panel of land situate, lying and being
in tho lv.enty-fourth Ward of the City 01 New York nnd
Iniunded and described as follows Hegiunlnc at a point
on the wnterl side of Sedgwick avenue, which point Is
distant .11 fet.t wnitherl) at a right angle from the
renin lini of the Now C rot on Aqueduct, as showh on a
certain map riled Ju'y ft, 1HH4, in tie 'fliie of thu
RcgUlerof thoCltyand County of New York, thence
north ,)0 deg, ;t0 mln weet running parallel to said
centr I nisnd distant .t.'lfeet therefrom, atviut 54,01.1
feet to the United Slates bulkhead line on tho easterly
side ot the Harlem River, thence north th de au mln.
JO sec. eattRlong said bulkheadJIne about O'J 1m feet
to a point distant .'13 feet northerly at rigut angles
from said centro 'Inn, thence south 50 deg III) mln
east, runninuparahrlto said centre line, nd distant :jl
leet therefrom, about .YJO.ONU sttothe westerly lino
01 Sedgwick avenue aforesaid, thence bouth M, deg, ji
mfn west, 00 0"i feet along the westerly line of said
avenue to the point or place of beginning, containing
18S aires, more or less and being daslgna-ed as Par
rels A, 11, C, Daud K, colored pink upon said map so
filed 111 the office of the Revuter of the City and
cotiulyof New York, at) of which parcels of land av
to be taken In fee simple In Parcels ('and D said fee (4
lobe taken subject to a perpetual right of way for rail
Dated New York, October 10. 18H0
WILLIAM tl CLARK,
Counsel to the Corporation.
Nn. 'A 'frm. IIL
PIANOS AND onOANS.
THE WKDlilt PIANO.
tn addition ta oar reial.r itook w. h? llralt.d
numb.r of "WEBEn" UPHIOHTS. BqUAHESand
GRAMDB, (Hi htlj und. oms qul to nw, which w
ar.aff.rln.-it LAHOE REDUCTIONS from re.alir
price.. Allfallj'wrrntd. OAih and lattalm.nl..
WKI1KII PIANO WAKIiltOOMH,
I 10H FllTU AVE., COn. 18TU 8T.
No. 5 West 14th St., .
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF OAHRTINO A STOCK OV 1
Furniture and Carpets
THAT IS ADAPTED TO MEET THE REQUIRE
MENTS OF THOSE WHO DESIRE TO FUR. 1
MSIl THEIR HOMES IN A COMFORTA- '
RLE AND STYLISH MANNER AT
Tasty Designs, Reliable Goods
and Modorato Prices. '
Antique or WAlnnt Kldrtiotrd.. from $1.1.(10 to 05 00 I
rmrEitmlonTAble from f,...6 to 46 no
Antique IJInlntChAlrA...... ...from l.SSto jj.o
Aniliiue Dining ChAlr. In leAth.r, a. low &.., ,5q
Antique Chamber Hulta, complete (1K.30 '
Antique Chamber Bull a, 7 pieces 24.50
l.'herrr Chamber Sniti, 7 ploce, "Jll (K) 1
JIlAck Walnut Chamber Beta ;ti.oo
Holld Oak Chamber Sulla 97 00
Solid Oak ChAinDer Hull,, verj heAnr UR Q(i
Alo many othera randns In price Irom 445 toiuoo
Mahogany finish Parlor Suits. 5 pieces, hand.
aomely upholatered In silk plush.,.. A.lft.OO
Doineatio Tapestry Butts, with plush trlmmlnct. 47.iV) 1
P.tit Point Parlor Suits J'iOO
Oor Parlor Suits range in price from S4'J to 150, 1
and include agreat And Attracttre variety.
I-ancy Parlor lable... , .from 44.00 to 812.00 1
MAnt.l UAbinets. with French nlAte. in mi .'
Moqn.ttn and Velrets, per yard...,. tl.35 '
Body nd Tapestry Brussels, per yard, t
from 56o. to 1,00
Ingrains, eitra superior quality, per yard.
from 38c. to 85. t
Oilelotha, new patterns, per ysrd from?.e, .
foi,iin(;-iii;i)s, rito.n 910.75 to saoo. ,
ON THE BtST AND MOST LIBERAL SYSTEM
EVERY ARTICLE IS QUOTED AT THE VERT 5
LOWEST OASH PRICE. AND IF BIX, EIGHT UR
TWELVi: MONTHS' TIMI" IS DESIRED 6 PER i
CENT. IS ADDLD TO THE AMOUNT PURCHASED.
ACCOUNTS MADE PAYABLE WEEKLY OB , '
J. H. LITTLE m j
No. 5 West 14th St.. I ;
' H t
CONTINUED I I '
THE I i
GREAT I '
& Carpets 1 1
pie a mi, i
132 Bowery-jear Grand st, I
Largest Stock in the City to Select From I
PRICES CHEAPERTHAN ELSEWHERE. I
ALL GOODS SOLD ON CREDIT I
In Weekly or Monthly Payments, I
Pffl & w I ;
132 Bowery, near Grand si. 1
OI'IIN F.THMNT..S. H
TO-MORROW SPECIAL. I
FINE WOOL, FANCY STRIPED,
UhLAL I'HICi;. S2.00,
AT SI.25 EACH.
WORMSER BROS., I
74B3DAVE,. BETWEEN 4IIT11 AND 47TH8T8. H
CENTRAL RAILROAD OK NEW JERSEY.
hOOT LIIIUKIY hi'., NORTH ItlVLIt.
nMi-TAHLi:. NUV 1(1. IM80. .
For Eastnn, 4, 7. H.J.") A M, i t. .1.4. 4.M. 3.45T. H
M bun lays, .", 7 A M. t i. S.80 P. M. , , H
For Ustlileliem. AIIhiiIowi). Msuoh Chunk. Ao., 4.. H
H 4.. A. M , 1. :i 4.-J, r.4& P. M. KumUys, 7. A. Jf ,
I or WiUesbarre, Plttsion am) Sornnton, 4, H.45 A, K-l H
.1.43P, M ii H
l'or Red Hank. Ionir Dranch. Ocean Grore. tIaaiI rsiU mm
.to.. 4 UO. 8 l.'i, U 15 A.M . 1. 4. 4 .'0. 4.4.V li. H
1'. 11. Sundiys, II A. M, 4P M Mundsy trslos a H
not stop at Uco n drove or Abury Park, . u1. Jkwm
For Monmouth llesnh, Healiright, do,, at 4 UO, 8.1'.
11. 15 A. M.,1. 4 yd P. M. , . rt
For Atlsnlia Hlnhiands, U Matawan and k.jport. mt
4.U0. 8.15, A. M. i 1, 4.45, 5 30 P. M. Sucdsjs, H
For Lake'wood.'4.:i0, 8. 15 A. M. . I. 4 20, 4.45 P. "j H
For Mancheattr. Tom. Hirer and llArnojAt, 4 .IU. " lJ H
For'Attsutio ciiy, Vinelandand Uridjielon, 4.30A.M.I
UHORTEST and C1UICKEST ROUTE
FOIl I'HIJ.ADKI.I'IIIA. IIAI.TI.MORK AND
ROUND 11ROOK ROUTE.
Via Central Railroad of New Jersey and Phl1?''.?".?
and K.adini Rallroa I. and llaltlmor. and Obloiuu
road, leare loot nf Liuortyt N, K. ... M i
For PhiUrtelphlA ot 4.00 7A 8.:10, .U?fu,
M. i i.iio. a. oo. ;i tfo. 4 00, 5 00, tj.oo. 7 m, i,, gk
l'. lu niaht 8UNUAY8. 8,:i0. 0.3UA. )l.ii
a.MUi 5.00. 0 OOP. M., l!i 15njht. . ,. 0()
For Baltimore nnd Wa.ii naton d.ilr at 8.30. lljV
(eioept Monday) A. M i 3.00, 3.20. 5.00 P.
ir;?n3.nl.,.h at 7 48. 11.00 1 A. M. , 1,30. 4.00. .0J
7.30 P. M.. 13.15 NUIit. har oonneotlon lor H
tni, lUirlibor, PottsTlll,,o. ..Molibt
PAtfor car on III trAlns. dleepln OAr on ntdiin
trains, . . .. 7.
Tloket. and parlor-car l.on b PJJSSrJ?h"a., .
415, 301. 1144. 1140. I33J1 Brnadway. 737 8&rV'f
3(14 Vst 134th t . lll&l'.ASt 135th si.. JJ''., jf.
ianrtt..8gu Fulton .t08 Broadway .U''k''.?(i.
York Transfer Company trill taII f,r And cheok Wtlt'
Irom hotel or residence to destination.