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Itf 4 ' THE WORLD : FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21,1892. , - hI?
Klv i tiWecrird tf tfi tress JtMtthlng Company.
HHJy s ll o (3 rasx How, Ilw Yobx.
HM FRIDAY EVENING, OCT. 21.
Kbf EUIlSCRirTlONS totiieevkmnq world
Mr (nclifetfntj Postage)!
m feu month or.
f PER YBAK 83.00
Kt Vol.83 No. 11.380
iHKrv Anttldtthroit.Offrei New York ti oond-
aaW? cs-snAMcn omens,
Hl4; would uptow.n oFKior-iso; bsoadwat,
HK? between Slat and 3Sd 111. N York.
h WORLD IIAHLKM UIHU1C-1J6IK Br. am
lf UHOOKI.Y.N-303 WAMtisOTni Rt.
EL HllLADlLI'lltA. I'A.-f.cDnm UciLDticn. 113
T'1, LdlUClUbr. VAhIll.NUTO.N-6lOUlH8l,
Hk The total number of Worlds j
H j printed in September, 1892, was j
HK I 12,507,295.
Hpf The average number of Worlds : j
B" j printed per day was 1 1
K j 4l6,90g.
K This average was a net gam :
W'l : per day over the average for :
K' j September, 1891, of
K' yfltF. WOULD ictll not, under any rtrctim-
fi- itancet, hold itsilf responsible jor the return
cj tr tae-leeping of auv rejected manyscttpts
(I until ri, of whntsoeier character or value
$! A ezieptiuns will be made to this ruletclth
Wi retard to ttlhir inters or tmlosures. Avr
Wf UK' Ve editor enter Into correspondence con-
?! urtutig uuaiatlalile manuscript.
Hp Ttao Evening World Prints Aiao-
& elated Press News.
B& Not 'H'nB s'ow lout the Colutnlms
K& days in Brooklyn.
Bp4 General consent is a powerful holiday
HlHP maker. Vide lti work of to-day.
Hp These are Chicago's own days, and she
K" is apparently making tho most of theiu.
bi Next Tuesday night Tammany pro.
W?' r poses to show what ratification really
HBv'' Commissioner Fccx has not yst been
Bm called uporX to explnin on any day, in
HHHv court, what could be put off till tho next
SSBMMl1 j '
Hfr Congressman's ll.nTEn's offer for a
BSA joint debate with MoKinley is exceed-
HBHSE ingly fair and open. Will the doughty
Bfi' Major accept ?
HHr Elevated Railway accident No. 3 has
H-V coma a little more than a weok after No.
HSv 1. Nobody hurt. It is not noccsBory to
UKfi furnish a No. 3.
K' An Eloctrio Trust is boms formed.
HK2 Probably the idea is to btrike by light-
5 ning every rash outside dealer who run"
Bg against tho circuit.
BlL A week from to-day is the next recletro.
Bj( tion day; a week from to-morrow, last
Bfe opportunity to reeJuter. And eloction
Hlv' only eightceu days nw ay.
B'Jr Isn't it a queor measure of hospitality,
IVilk having the Italian man-of-war llaueau cm
Bv. our friendly liaud, to indulge iu public
B7f print xpcculatiou ub to whether wo could
HBi whip her or no '!
m$ Irrespective of tho ccouomic merits or
B' 0' lb" demerits of the Turiff laus, wlulo tlioy
K& ktnud cm tho btatiile IkioI.s they are to bo
H euforced. Anil tho authorities can recug.
H if uizc uu degrees among smuggler.
EL Aropos of tho Brooklyn Columbus
K, celebration, it muy bo rcmaikod that Tin:
JHfc Km.mno Would report of j osterdaj's
PfHtt' pro:ic.diugs, m tho regular Brooklyn eji-
BJPni lion, headed the procession. Uhechurchly
Hftv ',. cil'Hoii jouruuts tu were far iu tho
H ' ' Tho moro I f.co of Nw York and
Kl) Ken Voikers tho more I lil.u tLom." ex.
PJH claims nu (Ulluihiustio lieutenant of ouo
PJH of the visiting French warships. That's
PJK, tue leoliug Nun ork hues to inspire
PJBti; It's n great thing to mako fiiemls iu tins
K world. And greater jet lo kec p them.
HJHtl lro North Cnioliua murderers were
PJJpl liaugtct exterday in the preseuru of
PJKfl iu,w.U peop e. Olio of them hud begged
HJVspy that his exteutiou tu public, ll Unkind
Km! and thoughtful htato tliut liirnibhcs to its
Kf people, iu return for thu tax moucy
Kt which n)b tho hauguiau, such uu tie.
PJJLA atiup spectacle ns this
PJB& 'Ihe cmnpaigu u, nfter nil, to get no
B? u1jow '" Syracuse. '1 hero bus oriven in
PH tljat tlty llf raliuc liuuu thu ngitntmg
kt ciuestlon whether its girls do or do not
pBB.1 smoko cigarettes. Unless the girls own
Kf' ul' and settle matters right there the
vexatious iucjuiry is sure to keep the
HJJJ pol.tical issue s or tho day in the log.
f fajs Health Officer
VF y" appropos the f-urcfon Dent iu.
HMpHF eiunce: "An order w.is .ssiud about i
KvVf jeur ago to till the hnspitils, rcrtmriiig
Kj '-J, Ihtui to admit nil c mtigrin-y n.ise- of mij
sV1 til oUracvcr, whether of uaoholic oiigin oi
B,;' I'Ot. nnd tint order is siill iu force. Nuu,
B '(W'T IXony hospital lefnses to tako these euior.
genny cacs I hall tnko atcps to prevent
that Institution from receiving the fund
liold by tho city." Respectfully referred
to the dealers iu authority over New York
A DltUO ChERK'fl ADMITTED omNSEB.
There is no doubt as to tho unwisdom
oflho Brooklyn mother vi lio gave her tuo-year-old
baby nil iu one doso the twelvo
pills which a drug clork put up for her.
In doing thin she administered to tho
child poisou enough to hnvo killed six In
funis of his size.
But it is admitted that tho drug clerk
did not label tho pills. Also that ho
failed to uritu diroctlom for their uso cm
Iho outsido of tho packago. Further,
that he lias not tho diploma in pharmacy
which the MntiitcB require.
Carelessness on tho part of drug clerks
lias 1 ocome n matter of old Mor". Fro
quontly it is accompanied by violation of
tho law, but tho infractions are not nl
ways so plain or so frankly admitted as iu I
this Brooklyn coso. The vay is open to
the authorities to set a stiff example bo
fore alt apothecary clerks who need such
A HIOH-HAHDED BOARD IN PA78AI0.
Forty RChoolnin'ams in Fnasalcobjcctod
to appearing iu tho Columbus Day parade
w 1th their pupils. Koine of them thought
they couldn't stand the fatigue of tho '
march. OtherB objected on general prin- j
ciplos, holding that a procession in the
public; strcots was no place for a woman
But the Board of Education rendered I
au official opinion that tho objections
could not be sustained; that tho forty
fair iustructroBscs must join in the pa-1
rado. This decreo the teachers appear to
have accepted meekly enough. To tho
Inquiring mind of one outsido tho I'assaio
Board of Kdiicatiou, however, it must
appear that that body assumod extraordi
nary powers in the mat tor.
Control of local educational affairs, tho
employment of teachers, tho arrange,
moot of tho school curriculum, matters
of discipline for tho pupils thee un
1 doubtedlv corao within the proviuco of
the Board. But a Columbus Day parade,
or any other kind of a parade, has noth
ing to do with any of those things. It is
not given to many women to share tho
ordinary man's love of making a glitter
ing show of himself in a street procession,
The.Fassaic teaohors are of those who do
not quite approcinto tho man's fcoling iu
thlH regard. Thoir scruples were
womanly and should have been respected,
even if tho Board of Education had pos
sessed tho powor which it saw fit to
assuino of ordering them into the parade.
OAB-DBIVEB DORIAN, I1ER0.
Many a street-car driver has got into
tho nowspnpers and into jail through the
incident of his car running over some
haploss person who got on tho track. ,
Sometimes tho driver has been to lilaino. j
At another time ho hasn't.
It is a distinct pleasure to put into
print in un entirely different line tho
nauio of Driver EnwAisn Doulan, of tho
MndiRon avenue road. At One Hundred
and Tenth street yesterday, a team of
runaway horses drawing a heavy truck
came plunging directly at Doiilan'h
car, iu which were half a dozen pas
sengers, nearly all women. The car was
not going fast enough to got out of tho
way. But Doiihn came quickly to the
rescue of his pastiongers. Ho leaped from
his platform, caught tho bridlo ot the
nearest runaway, and, by main strength,
swerved tho team to that the collision
with the street car was averted.
Doni.AN was knocked down and dragged
and tramplod upon. But the men who
boro him to Harlem Hospital bore a hero.
Bet his namo down whero it will not bo
A Connecticut contemporary thinks
that CiintHToniEit Cowjmiiuh cteseres
some kind of sartorial souvenir from us
for discovering this country. It suggests
that wo everlastingly honor his nehioe.
meut by doing comethiug with our cloth
ing that will forever keop Ids namo before
A low -quartered sort -of- Oxford -tie
Columbus collar, such as Cunts used to
wear when he felt that ho needed a sore
throat, seems to tho Counectiout writer
the most appropriate thing we could sur
round ourselves with to mako CciLUMotm
feol happy. Tho idea is all right as
viewed through a hole inn nutmeg, but
if wo nro goiug into the sliulaniziug busi.
uess what's tho usoof doing it in n feeble,
fragmentary wuv ?
Whv not ulso adopt the rest of Colum
ni's's wardrobe mid iusert our manly
forms therein 'i Tho only trouble is that
it would throw a lot of really nice and re
liablo tailors out of business und br,ug
the fancy costumer to tho front.
Tho Connecticut man had better let the
decollito Columbus collar alono unless
ho has a burnt-umber neck that is proof
against draughts in " L" cars, and unless,
too, ho wants to eoinert the entire popu
lation of tho United Btittcs into maskeii
reAellerswithvcUet breochos that are Unj.
sided in the legs and rapiers tbatwobblo
wildly all tho wav trom tho tips of the
wenrer'a toes to tbo point of his chin.
Instead of straining its resources to add
to tho punishment of its mutinous lifo
guards, perhaps tho British (iovcrnmeut
might profitably turn its attention to tho
' suppression of tho otEeors who seem to
' hau boeu chiolly responsible for tho dis
affection. Possibly, however, these
1 martinets could be taught that the men
of their commands are leal lmmn beings,
j with ordinaiy huuiau feedings an I einl
normal opacity for endurance.
j The bo ly of n girl is foun 1 in n lonely
, spot with her bout almost escrcd from
i bor body, and a contemporary luquires
"Was tho murdered?" As no powder.
t mill had exploded near the spot, the m-
fereuce is that she wns.
ITr 'ii fruf I
" roor fillntr," salt .a Pen m '. is he
gazed at a inuiuni), "his inubt nuve been
! Ihentrlcnl Nolo.
liow rwi i
r i " Are t heai rlcal people icIlBlnus?
"Souieuro 'lliey sai tho monuersor Mi
' Iiil'.i compiin) ore all tuner loutiail u
ui) ; jlMMiMliisday yui Ua.j uuad."
VELVET SCRAPS WORTH U.
A Young Girl Charged with
Her Story Told In Prison Varies
from Tlint of the Complainant.
Kter since Tuesday night bens HcUulls, a
dellcito )oung Ocrman girl, who cannot
speak more t tin n a dozen" nlsot English,
has Lei u behlndprlson bars uwallln? trial un
u charge ot steullug tt.no worth ot velvet. j
. Ilereiiiplujer, Aelolh lllesch"!, who owns,
I a millinery cilsulljhmeiil at .'H7 l'lrih aw.
nue, Is thu eomiilalnMit against her. lie
caused leua's arrest, anil ho toolc the evi
dences or tho alleged larceny to tho Ihlrtlclh
street station-house along with tbo prisoner,
and thoofllcer nhomaelo tliv arrest.
Ilcr case wasca el up In Jrfleiwin Market
Court yeste rday and was cnntlnuceL
Lena said to an I.ikmnii Woriii reporter
to-day through an Interpctcr, a pretty little
(lenniu girl who was herself a pilsonen
"llio sciaps of clVft I acknowledged
taking, hut 1 did not think I was stealing. I
loundtliein en tho floor as I was sweeping'
tho wort-room, and thought there was no
hartn In keeping them. '1 hure wcio not more I
than twelvo or tlilMeen pieces, tho biggest of
ibem b ln no larger than mv band. I
"I had been working Mr Mr. Illesehel only I
two wreks and bud to sleep on a louugc tu I
Ihi" kitchen, as ho hadn't moved all his lurnl
lure Into the house. 1 told tho Itlescbcls I
wouldn't stay If theycouldn t piurlde n sleep
ing room for me.
'1 uesday, wntlo I had my trunk open In I
the kltcDon, Mrs lilesiliel saw the pieces of
velvet in my trunk and sho then said: 'I
will have you arrested for this.' . Hhc told her
husband, and ho sent out anil got an ornier, i
and I was taken away to prison."
Mr. Illesehel was not at home when tbo
reporter called, but Mrs. llloschcl said i " I
didn't wain the gIM locked up, but my hus
band Inslsfod upon P. We have missed other
little tilings, and w Udnk Lena took them,
although wo don't know. I guess she has
surtcrod enough, and I will try and havo my
husband withdraw tho charge and let her ga
" It's true tho pieces of velvet were small
ones and only worth tl.flu."
Much Interest In Next Wednesday's
Competition of Chofs.
Preparations hate bsen made by tho man
agement ot tho Food Exposition nt Madison
Square Harden to make "(Jroceri Day" a
bucccss. Nearly fioo leading grocery mer
chants havo been lnvltod" to attend. Keldl
I has arranged un elaborate musical pro
gramme for both the afternoon and evening
performance. Friday has been set apart for
'1 ho moat interesting exhibit at the show
will bo next Wednesday, when tho chefs ol
tho lending hotels will enteraprlro contest
Iu artistic and decorative candy plecos.
SOUTH PORTLAMD GOT THROUGH.
Hor Cargo of Ouni and Cartrldgres
Landed at La Ouayra.
News has boon received that tho steamship
Houth Portland, which sailed trom New York
Kept, fit with a cargo of arms and ammuni
tion for tbo insurgent party In Venezuela,
has arrived at I.n (iuayra and landed her
cargo without difficulty, the Insurgents hav
ing been victorious ana being now in charge
of the tlovernmimt,
Iho United mates war vessels Chicago and
Ketraargo are at Lalluayra uhdi r tbo com
mand of Admiral S alkor, who reports that
all Is quiet there now.
FlatVa Earlier nosslsm.
Ifrnfti IS Chttttr Istvt.
Calumny follows hard upon trre! men's
tracks. A desplcabU editor hit ratod up ths
tnrr that ai-Senator I'lattwaa oncoa leader of
a villas church cbolr.
Rhody'a Obubo for Thanksgiving.
tW HKOn.oc,c Rtporfr,
Nottbe least of our good fortune laaaaaaon
rrnplltous for turkeys, which In Itboda Island
Is an event of no ordinary Importance, llareljr
have we had a better outlook.
His Oentla Answor.
Trm Ik' fhlhi-lilpiU Ltltirt
Vncle Sam'a rescionse to Mrs. Victoria Wood
hull Martin's lebp year proposal has not been
formulated, but It i understood tnat it will be
to tluselTect: "No, but I'm wllllnv to be a
brother to you."
The Difference Ontween Suns Pans.
trim l l-H nSrlpHn Htciril J
Tho missionaries have been driven from Runr
Pan, China, but the taitfTBunirpan of American
tin Is delighted tu tret missionary help.
Rhyming with Fact.
IJrnm IA rlhf(rnilf ffmtfS ar,
American or foretrn-born,
1 rlest, foet or phlloeober,
lo this dilemma there's no horn -
No vole unless you KEGISTEIt.
Just as of Yore.
Prom IA Haeh.tttr i't'tt'EJtprpi:)
It Is believed, now that the new telephouo
lino betweeu New lurk and Cblcaao 1 In ojiera
tlon, that ChlcaKo will as usual do most of the
Ch cago's Smoky and Milky Way.
tfrom IS rafruyi .Clff 1
Chlcep-o eclipses of the eun would attract more
attention If the 1Utf aud lotoiuottvea were coat
pelted to oboy the hOunctlnui "Au Hmoklutr."
The elephant that escaied from tlio I lncoln
Park oo imcuedlatel) ultfuatizo 1 his freedom by
amashimr a nnlk-wairoii. Apparently be is en
tirely cu sympathy with the Ujard of Health.
lh iroalleit rc p( hunitii llnsfl known tr the
iDhktittanti ol the AiuUman UUndi Their aver.
.Ks taturo 1 3Lj feet and few of ttitni wfiti
more than 03 i-uumti,
1rero n.T than attioutautl American won en
A million n.l a half mi are ernpU'jed In coal
initio, an! o( thMe b0U,0UU are m the Unltetl
Th btc Mormon Trmp'vwhlih U tntdMlratft1
at hall I altel itv neit April wa bcicun fori; yean
agnantl haaroit if., SOU, OUO,
The oak t r liaa tn t more than one hiiD tired
( )rioltt before ll i ftt lobe iut d.)wa And uaed fui
The acknowledged stnndnrd for purity
and strensth H.is invariably receiv'
cd the hiRhcst award whenever placet1
In public competitive exhibition
HARLEM'S HANDSOME BOYS.
Four Thousand of Them in To
Day'u Sohool Parade.
Oenoral Observance of the Holiday
Throughout the City.
There were happy schpol-cblldren In tho
Twelfth Ward to-Jay, The) had a parade all
of their own, and It was a glorious one, too.
light grammar schools of Harlem turned out
about 4,000 bojs In a grand procession, to do
honor to Christ ph T Columbus.
Ht.irtlug from one Hundred and Thirty,
fourth street and l,mnx aveniif at 10 uo
o'clock, they marched up one bird: and then
crostcJ lo Seventh avenue, along which they
proceeded lo Ono Hundred and Mxletntb
street; then ngoln to Leinx avenue, and
along that thoroughfare hack to Ono Hun
dred uud Thhy-fourlh street; then to .Mount,
Morris I'ark, In Plfth avenuj, whero they
At Ono Hundred and Twcntr-tldrd street
and heno. avenue, was the icvleulngstanu,
irom which Commissioner Thomas Y. (illroy,
the school trustees of the Twelfth Wurd and
their guests viewed tho procession.
Tho stand was splendidly decorated with
flagr, bunting, streamers and ccats of arms
galore. '1 ho weather, too, was exceedingly
Although New Yorkers have had parades
almost to fcutlely in tho past two weeks,
there was a virylaige turning out of clll
ens to view the procession ot the ilar.ein
boys. All uloog the lino of march there vvem
hi uad sidewalks lined with spectators huj
were mil ot cnthu-dastn.
At iu.no sharp tlrand Marshal I). 11 diddls,
I'lluclpal en hchool No. ."i4. gave the slgnul to
Btart, and the procession begnn to move, with
(Irainmar hcnnol No. Nil in the lead. Thu
lioysotihlsBchoijl were under the leadership
of their principal, K. J. llowlund, und mudo u
T'buuthcr schools which took part In tho
liarado were : No. nil. Principal YV. A. Mnoro ;
No. fit, Principal 1). K. tinddls; No. h:i, Vlce
I'rlnclpal t'asey; No. He), ITIuclpal V. A.
Owen ; No 411, Principal Abner ll. Holly ;
No. 4!l, Principal W. N. tleburg, and No. ill),
The children ot the Hobrew Orphan Asy
lum marched with schools Nos. 411 and 4(1,
where most of these orphans recoltu their
Instructions. Dr. llaar, of tho Hebruw Or
phan Asjluin. and Morris Tuska, of the United
Hebrew charities, wero among tho vlsl.ors
on tho reviewing stand. i
The stand as erected In froi.t of tho Har
lem Club, which was boaultiuliy decorated
for thu occasion.
, Each of tbo marching school boys held a
smal flag In bis hniid. As they had all been
drilled lor tho ineuiorn'j.o parado ol (let. VJ,
In which titer took part, tho bos actually
took Harlem by storm by the beauty ot their
marching, und tho precision of their evolu
tions. I "ihe Seventh Keglmcht Isn't tn it with
theso youngsters," Bald sn old war and
Weather-scarred v.eteran to Ids nolghhor.
Tho drum corps of nramtnar nch ol 0(1,
Klngsbildge, paiaded with thu schools u
heavy marching order, nhltn logglns, haver
s eks. canteens and knapsacks, and blankets
IIOMI1AY UKMUtAI.I.Y OllSUlt VIUI.
Ilnnke, City llopnrlmrnts tend .llnty rtua
lllosa llntlsea Close Turtr Hours,
To-day Is being generally observed In this
city and llrooklyn 03 a holiday, despite tho
question raised us to its legality. The flags
of the city, Htalo and nation are flj lug from
, the top of the City Hall, and public, buildings
and private residences ull over town aro
i decorated with tho National colors.
I (Scarcely any business Is being done. Hanks
1 and downtown exchanges are closed, the
courts have adjourned for the week, and the
clerks and employees of the various city de
partments uie on enjovtng themselves
The 1'tisi-orrU.o remained open until 10
o'clock, aud the) Custom-Huuso4vaj0uly open
for the entry and clearance tffcvtssols. The
Sheriff s, county Clerk's uud Keglster's unices
were the only departments of tho city
government nut, closed, und the law compels
them to remain open.
Uptown the streets are filled with promen
aders, and tho paikwavs and arlves iri
tbronged with handsome equipages, wbne
tbo downtown street- are nearly deserted.
T ho school children are all enjoying a holt
dty, ani the plaj. grounds In Central park
were crow ded w uu merry-makci s from early
Many business bouses havo given their em
ployees two days' vacation. The onlv ex
change s which will be open to-morrow are
tho Produce und Cuttou. Tho banks will
only bo upon two hours.;
Tbo Worklngmun's School at 100 West
KlflyWnurch s reel held exercises trom IU lo
1 1 u clock t his mornlnir in coiumeinoral Ion ot
the discovery ot America. The 40U pupils
gathered In the Assembly ltnom nnd ang
school songs and America" and "lied,
White and blue." wbllo eighteen girls per
formed the lag drill, t roderlc Schalsnkn ren
dered a violin Bolt), Thero were essaj sand
recitations by Kenneth Curtis, Fred tillts,
Maud Curtis, (loorgo bchelner and Herman
Wetieklnd. Tho kindergarten pupils guvu
Ollcsr Vlroente Badly Eurnod.
Arthur Vlnccute, of 3:11 Putnam avenuo,
llrooklyn, au oiler in tbe engine-room ot the
lilbune building, was badly burned about
the neck and bands at U..TU o'clock thtsmon .
lug. Vlnccute had been cleaning up some of tlo
shafting and threw the oily rugs Into one f
tho furnaces. The damper was shut and thu
flames lursi nut. He was taken 10 thu
chambers street Hospital.
in A Woman's
jjSrjfv Remedy for
Vi lPI Woman's Ills,
1 jLv" jy lotinileu not
r Jtt upon the theory
t' 5aiK a ,nan 'ni'
t j'L'hWJ)v upon twenty
y-vorf v yu.irj,' ptaciice
S aiul experience
; JP-;"--J of a woman."
Lydta E. Pinkham's
.1 jHisitnc cure fur all tlios painful com
I plaints ami weakness mi cumtnon anum the
Ladies of tho World.
It will entirrlv cure the worst forms of
1 reut.de Complaints, all Ocaitan Troubles,
Ihtluunutum and Ulceration, Telling and
! Divphcetnents of the outb, .mil the tonne
ijurnt Sinul Wcjl.ue'.v, aud is pcculutl)
rt.At.V.f to the thane of I iff.
It will dissolve ami expel rumors from the
Uterus 111 an eatlv stae ,1 development, and
check the tendency to Cancerous Humors.
It icniovrs laintness. Dizziness, rivtnlcncv,
relieves Weakness of the Stomach, cutis Head
ache, llloating, I eucorthira, Nctvotis 1'toslra
ttnn, Drpiesbton, llidiijestion, and Ucneral
That Heating-down feeling, causing pain,
weight, and luckache, is in tanlly relieved and
petnunently cured by its use.
It will under all circumstances act in petfect
harmony with the laws that govern the female,
For the cure of Kidney Complaints and
backache in either sex . it iinetpialled.
An illustrated Imok, entitled "Guide to Health
and Httcpirttc," by Mrs. Pitikliam, is of rrat
value to Udut It contains over 00 page nf
most hupmuut Inlorinatlou which every woman
should know about herself, mailed fire on
rrceipt of a two-cent stamps.
(vsJfnrrjjr All dru.-iliti Mil th
f lydla E, Plnkhant'l S Vrrttttilt Compound,
i liter Pitta, 25c, Srsnbrnialt,lnfnu
. Cur. BI,lou,n,. Con.th ) I,(IVT.3K
. i patlon, ami Torpid Hi tr, S Corrtipomfcuc fttsly
1 S Hy rnalt. or of dmailsts. aniw,rd.
Cvwwwwwvsaa'vO Addrt.t In ronAitfnor,
I Lxbix U. PlMKHAit Mu. Co., Ljun, Malt.
Tbonrstof the rgures hero Illustrating Autumn fashions shows a charming tea gown
of lemon-colored merrellleux, veiled with wbltc Chant Illy net, wh'cU fall In soft, loose loldi
from the full joke In frcnt, and at the back Is fashioned m'o a tiny Watlcati plait at tho
neck, and spreads out from tlunce Into the trim. A sssh of soft lemon colored surah Is
brought from the back and tied above the waist In front, tho ample endt falling to the very
cde of tho skirt. 1
Tho second H an r fleet It c gown made of fawn habit cloth, the skirt shapid somowbat after
the tabller st) le, and trimmed wltnruther wide hands of emcroltlcredgalon. The yoke is of
I he now shot green ve Ive t, and Ihe coriago o ens in front over a full vest otthe velvet, a bit.d
ot the galoii being set rUtit lound mil terminating In a point nt tho waist, from whence
si rings a lolled waltt-bcltof soil green inerveTlctix, which Is tied In a large bow at the
bai k. T he (lecves art of cloth, with band of galon, and deep cuff of shot velvet.
The next Is a serviceable Autumn dress, made ot rust-brown serge tho new red shade
which Is to 1 icn-looKlng und becomlng-and Is trimmed with red nnd brown shot ribbon
velvet, arranged in irrcgulnr tnbs on skirt and corsge. The vest opens with long button,
holes and buttons, which, be It understood, aro for ornament only and reveal a full front ot
Then comes a handsomo reception gown ot tho new Fllk and wool shot reu, trimmed
round tho skirt with a rucho of velvet, which is continued rlhi up the back nf tho tralo,
passing under tho waistband and finishing nt the neck. Above this are two bands ot ribbon
velvet, wl hnnanowrow of cut Jet passementerie In between, and the bodice is trimmed
also with velvet and Jet, the shot material being fashioned Inion kind ot pointed nchu, with
ends which fall over tho velvet puffed sleeios and aro attached at tho elbow.
Thu next Is a stylish gown of bluo and gold cplngle, with black velvet spots, tho short
mess Jacket and full dren epaulets being of velvet.
Tbo Inst very t mart llltlo walking dress Is of royal bluo beaver cloth, the triple collar,
which opens In tccomlng points In front, being of fine fawn cloth. The bows down the front
nreof lawn ribbon velvet, andplcotsof very barrow velvet are placed round the edgo of the
7f alrls If10 Are lliitrher.
There are two young women near Chester,'
111., w hese w plowed mother stl 1 runs tho
farm.w ho don male attire und plough, harrow
sow and reap with as much skill and cer
tainty of success as if thu work had been pcr
formo 1 by males.
of all tho occupations thus encroached
Uf on by tho fair ones the tlaughter-house
would seem to offer Ihe most uninviting Held
I fir women, jet two joung Choiter women
the other day "skinned a beef" aud divided
It Into Laltes with ns much skill and despatch
as most butchers. T hey are tho daughter!
of Simon hung. As -Mr. Inng was a butcher
It occurred tu him that women might bo
butchers as well us men. In consequence of
his logic bis two daughters, Mary and Carrie,
both handsomo young girls of sixteen and
nineteen, of robust health and splendid phy
sique, do nearly nil the work tn the slaughter
house. Tho old gentleman draws the steer
luto.tlie place of execution aud deals It ablow
' which la s It full lengt h, and then leaves the
rest to his girls, w bile be goes to town and
attends to his retail business.
Cornet Position in WnltMlng
Tbo waltz, that most graceful of all dances.
Is stilt popular, though each soason It takes
on some different variation. This season It
will havo more of tho side step than ever
before. "Tho wait? Is the most difficult of
all dances 1 u learn." says a popular teacher of
the art, "but when one can waltz well he Is
quits sure to be able to go through any other
1 donco gracefully."
ICII.IttCV POSITION 1K0M IAD. S KIOIIT
"Imperial waltz. Imported from tho lthlnc,"
wrote llion, nnd then went on to say a gcod
nniti) foolish ihiius, which, had he lived to
this day, ho would never havo put pen to.
Put perhaps It wasn't so odd alter all. He
All ot iho round dances will this season
bvvo inoio 01 a tilde to tho sldo than hereto
fore. CORRECT rOalTION 01 LlUV'sLtfT SIDE.
Tbo dance to be Interesting should bo
vanrdns much as rosslble," says an author
ity on dancing, "but tbo lady should never
be made to danio backward In any of tbe
"The gentleman Is tbo rllot of th dance,
and ho tin. Lid clwtia lhclcutc a inas.eo
direction. Tho lady should be prepared to
follow tho slightest suggestion, as the ruc
cess of tho dance depends entirely upon con
cert In movement."
Jltctictlru t vibroiilereil Pillow.
The- many ndvnntage3 of Itlchelleu em
broidery, Its durability and the effectiveness
of Its iacey patterns have always galnel It a
pi eminent place In the sphere of needlework.
The large square ptllow In our Illustration Is
a part of a handsome set of ted furniture. In-
eluding an exquisite embroidered quilt. Tho
border pattern Is between four and five Inches
broad, and done with firmly twisted thread
on fine white linen, tho same qualllty being
used for all the various stitches. The plain
centre can at will be filled In with a mono
gram or coronet cither In satin stitch, or
, Itlchelleu embroidery to match the border.
Tako one cupful of sugar, two tablespooc
fuls ot butter, two eggs, tho Julco ot two
lemons. Beat tho augur, butter, lemon juice
nndthejolksof tho eggs together; add tbe
whites of tbo eggs, beaten to a ntlfr froth, and
cook until thitk, stirring continually.
Hired Her llrdcffnn; Jlrrss.
A young woman about to marry received
1300 to bo spent on her wedding dress. She
called upon a friend who had been married
six months before In a beautiful costume for
' it was such a beautiful dress," she, said
" Bnd our figures are so much alike, I know
one cf tbe same kind would Just suit me;"
Thon an Idea flashed upon her. She hesi
tated, though. Finally (the went on.
"I'll tell you what, dear," she said. l
don't care to throw away bo much money on
a drcs-. Why not let me hire yours for the
occasion, jut 03 people hire their flowers for
the Bame ceremonies. How much will you
tako for the use of it forcneday?'
"It's a bargain. What a capital ideal And
1 shall look just as well as if 1 had spent the
w hole aoo on 0 dress."
Aud this thrifty young damsel became an
Fugllshwlto in an exquisite costume which
was glowing described In all tbe ladles' and
fashionable parens, but lor the useof which
she paid only $11).
81ft nnn quart of flour, add to It a pinch of
salt, ono spoonful of yeast, two eggs, well
beaten, and half a plot cf milk. Knead it
and set laa warm place to rise. Next morn
Ing work In twotablespoonfuls of butter nnd
make tbe doti.-h Into small rolls, piacj on a
tin and let them rise again beiora baking.
.line Miiijife Knlree.
Cultets, either of veal tr mutton, make a
nice co'tl entree quickly and easily, shape
Iho cutlets neatly, roll them In egg and cover
them with bread-crumbe nnd finely chopped
ham ; Iry n nice brown, and when cola nr
range them on a dish with fresh tomatoes
nnd a iddly seasoned macedolne of vege
tables It Is then readr.
civil do bceuf. cut Into good-slzcd squares
alcul a pound nnd a bait cf good
juicy tcef nnd also slice about a
pound of lean bacon; put tbe latter Into a
saucepan with como butttr and let It brown,
remove ihe pieces with a skimmer, and Into
the lemalnlng tat put tbe me it.
s cw for twemy.five mtnufs, reuscn,
sprinkle with wo tablespoonluls ot Hour
aud la-,te gradually with eqt al parts of
warm water and red wine. Draw eft tbe file
as toon as ll comes near boiling, let It slm.
mer tor two hours, tnen add theplccesot
tacon. Meantime, brown some email onions
In the fr)lng-pan.
tll( or the Ciilsr-.Maltrr,
Never a fompt tho economy dodge with
cake. It will not work. Only the best grade
of groceries should be ued. The expert Is
caieiul lo have hey eegs frceh, the butler
sweet, an excellent orand or flour, cud she
Insists upon a finely granulated or (owdered
sugar, which It Is well to run thiough tbe
1 A good many fltiu lakcuukers caiefully
0 till (Irm ,. tr
I strain their Vggi. Ther savthat tho rgj;
1 beat smoother lor It. Of course whero tin
I while and yolk are I eaten tcpar Holy each
j must b.a Btralued. One drop ot tbe jolks as a
mixture causes tbe w lilies lo fa. 1, si bo ca-e-lul
w hen efTcctlng a separation that this does
First measure sugar Inln a towl and work
'in tho butter with n wooden spoon, llth'j
1 weather Is cold the butter inv bo slightly
warmed. Cream until th'i mlxtuie Is smooth.
Next beat yolks to a troth In another bowls
clean egg beate .dipping In Ico water and
w Ipe dry. Tako your whites from ths leu and
whip them until they cm be turned upside
down without spilling. Mrs! nldtobut'er
and sugar tho yolks, beating hard lor about
sixty second. Now lor the milk, when milk
Is used, next tbo whites, und lastly the sifted
Alwajsbeat irom the bottom ot tho dish,
bringing up your spoon high and lull with
each movement. Whipping civo too long
will make It tough, so that It Is well to be
content with a unaoth mixture. Cover with
white pipi If tbe cake browns too quickly.
Tho old.fasnlrned method of ascertaining
when tho swcctlo is done still prevails, a
clean broiin ftraw alwayj acting well Its
part, Cako mado Ir, this way is sure to be
llotlttl Intiaue trffi Tomato Saune.
Half boll a tongue, then stow It with a
sauce made ot a little broth, flour, parsley,
one small onion, one small carrot, 'salt and
pepper, and one can of tomatoes cooked nnd
Mr.tlned. hay the tonguo on a dish and strain
the sauce over IU
J 8AT0RDAT, Oct. 31 S
( icniraiT. (
) Fruit. , (
r Orltt. Stijzar and Orcim.
) lliotliid Ham. lKsur la l'lat.
C Corn Qms. Coffee. r
) Broiled Catf LWer. DteoD. V
( Parker Home Rolls. I
1 Cioaraon Duos. Cocoa. 1
S Dtxxia. , J
) Cream cf Sago Soap. (
I Pinoei Chickens. Cream Gravy. )
Hue Croquette Peas. (
tltced TematoM. I
LeltucA Saiad. Krench Dressing. C
Hot Apple Pie Creaui.
A floston Game.
An intellectual amusement, recently de
vised In lloston, consists of writing a capital
1) on a sheet of paper while standing at a ta
ble, and trying to make tha right toot awing
In the opposite direction from that which tho
pencil Is following on the paper. No one, bo
far as beard from, has been able to perform
the feat. You get your foot swinging nicely
in tbe opposite direction from that In which
you know you are going to mako tbe big loop
ottbo;D, and firmly resolve that you will
keep It going the same way wbllo you are
writing, but as soon as you get started on 1 he
letter, wilt you nlll you, your foot turns and
goes the other4way.
Lunch for Convalescent.
A glass of pure cream or a glass ot fresh
milk with a salt cracker or a crust ot fresh
bread Is a good lunch between meals for a
J)o Tou Dance the " Delmonte?"
You must dance tbe "Delmonte" If you
want to bo tn fashion this season. It Is a
modification of the old time schottlshe and Is
likely to become very popular among the
round dances. You take the waltz position,
slide tho left foct to tide, take the second po
sition, count, draw right fool to left, and
butltta'.csa competent aanclng master to
tell you how to do It. Ifs worth knowing,
though It ) ou intend being In tbe swim. The
positions are explained In the diagram.
Th Jlevolctng Man.
This little figure may bo mado to balanco
Itself atnusinjl). Get a piece ot wood, about
two Inches long, cut one end of It Into the
form ot a man's head and shoulders and let
tho other end tape roll to a fine point- Next
furnish tbe little man w lib a pair of waf ters,
shaped like oars. Instead ot arms, but they
must be more than double the length of his
body, suck tbe wallers on his shoulders ana
I belt complete. Whjnjuu place lilmon ihe
tip ot jour tlnger, tr )ou have taken care to
muke the pont exactly Iu the centre he will
Bland upright, as seen In th eneraMng. II)
blowing ou tbo wafri,be may be made to
turnarourd very quickly, becauso llWcutm
of grin It) Islclow the centre uf iu-tu,tju.
C ASPERFELO & CO., I
Mt'C'tlK-'HtlilH TO I
GASPERFELO 8 CIEVEUHD, ' I
144 BOWERY 144 I "
w ijht 1 1 1 1; (i if st it n i:t, I
NK.llt CHAM r.Vltl2l2T CI.LVATBD r
Waltiinni movement, i
stein-winder, at S25J.OO. 0"
SOLID SII.VRR HUTI"fO VVATOHKH. OK.V- ,,r
ulne American movement, blslo or WaUhaoa.
stem-winder, ell. noi
AHOMD SILVER LADY'S WATCH. BT25M. ,
winder and setter, for H. ml
A SOLI') COIS-SILVKII IIOY'S WATOIL ,,
huntlnv-case, engraved, stem-wlocter and lu
setter, for $a.
A SOLID 8ILVF.lt OrNT'S HUNTINO OASB ' ,:
Watoh, stem-winder and aetter, for 96. Ro1
A SOLID OOLD LADY'S WATCH. BEAUTI- Prc
fully chased and engraved, etem-wlnder and Wb
setter, for 47.60.
LADIES' SOLID OOLD HUNTING WATCHFS. We
beautlfullr chase I and engraved, stem
winder, felglu or Waltnanl movement, $1S.
LADIES' SOLID COLD BTKM-WINDIHO) , E
huntinr-caso watches, beautifully chased aai I you
engraved, 910. I tu
A SOLID 14 OARAT OFNT'S OOLD-FILLUD VlSl
Watcn, with either klgln or VValtbam move- --,.
meut, etetn-windor aud setter, with a 31-jeaf ou
guarantee, for Olo. "C
AOENUINE Ii HOWARD t CO. WATCH, -Ue
with li-earat solid gold eases, for $58.00. the
Wo give a written guarantee with )lte
every watch (or six years; if not as qul!
represented money will bo refunded.
I4-Cnrat Cornet, Turquoloo, the
Soal and Initial Rings. Also cou
Solid Cold Wedding Rings, 14 "
and 18 carats, aspocialty. nnd
Open RVRMNC1H until 8. 3D 1 BATUIt- Jln'
DAYS until 10.30. ;"J
' the i
J x rl"'(
we are usinjj to sweep mi
. . i John
out our present stock iymc
of carpets is KJb
DUCED PRICES- po,
prices from 25 to 50 j""1
per cent, lower than 5ny
J ever before quoted. l "
1 For instance, we ffun
It ii- danci
111 are sellinp;
Royal Wiltons - - $1.50 yard.
Royal Wilton Velvets, 1.00 "
Best Tapestry Brussels, 75c. " ,
John and James Dobson, ,;:,;;
40 AND 42 WEST 14TH ST
JOHN VAN GAASBEEK, Manager. op
NAT GOODWIN'S GREAT LUCK. h?
Ho Is Reported to Have Won $7,000 "A 11
at Faro In Louisville,
The Btory ot Nat Godwin's luck In Louis. Wor
vllle, Ky., was belnj dlscuaseel with much la- itop
terest on the itlelto this mornlntj. tbo It
Acoordlnj to the report the popular actor, raend
whose aportin; proclivities are well known, nrmc(
went Into ono of the swell faro banlcs of
Loulsvlllo atter tho performance at the The
theatre on v,velnsttay nl?ht, and bucked the hat
thjer continuously till 10 o'clock tbo next ice is.
niornlnc ... xira
lllswitinlngs were call to bo $,.000, his
last play iienlns him $ 1.500, calling the turn ...
fortttau, vvlucti broutjbt him l,00t. and ' "
conneilnz thenwlnjatnl pl.ulng th-) wlnnlne . .
curdopon nrf.'."0 each, thua vvlnnlui all "
three bo s. le tar
Mine o the Thesp'an nbnut town expreM , . ';
sriie Increiliilliy ns to tho truth of thll ,
h'"r . mr Hiev Know vat's tendency, to tell "'
Iarie-slzea yarns Iiebldo , his bad luck when ie "
hantteuiplslo biealilho bankls proverblaL cu,
JABEZ BOSTWIC'.'S MILLIONS.
Left Mainly In Trust for His WWoW,
ny tho will of tbo late Millionaire Jabez A. Yq
Bostwlck, who el cd suddenly dttilucj abre IB
his stables nt b a summer lctiacnco on Loaf
Ulana, tho grea. hulk of bis property Is tell
in trust for hlsvvldow and children. ,.,,,."
It bad been fxnttitHi mat laio charltnwi -
lietiuptti tvoul i bo made uy .Mr. HoatwlcK. Diji
It has been learned that he canledout nu
plans In that lino beioro his death. I
Dorian K!skd Inn Lit'n for Others.
fdwaril Dorian, thirty yenrs eld, of 1539
second avenue. Is In Iho Harlem llosrttal to
day In n cclttctilcjndltlo". Yeslerdiy Dorian. a
who Isntar-drlver on the Madison avenuj
line, risked hi-, li.e by bi abblug the brWW
aud titoiinliitr. a runaway tenin that was nik:
Ins directly tor hie car at ono Hundred ana
Tenth street Iherevvere six passenjersia
thecal tit tbo tin c.
Iho Q.rmvn'n laifnc Qu-vr"n tine. "p
1 bo V hi e Star lino c c atuer Ocrmanlo left qj
(uaiantlne t til t morulii u i her pier. t illl(j
- - U'U
ONLY GCLD MUUAL, PAUIS, 1889. .iirrj .
rULliinT, ' SJL'..'-'JUSi un.',..
OcubiE-Sale'd SIjThXo'o & 5.00 ;nor!
!;o to 201 CANAL ST. 'Mii
, "led n
il.iei i. l i in . i it, , ty , ,s "Ulvetl
mi , "Oj.