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H THK SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEAIBRR 6, 1872.
H nORENCE THK FIHA.TE.
mn luuuzR ovnnATioss i.v hah-
JfJtOAT rat.
art Cra(et Fisherman la the YVarld- I'm II
lag In 'JOO-riisl Hess n Troul llnil
llory f F.ottlshmnn-llow tllllr Klur.
sac Catch rkeereliad nail Where.
Jfuvitig hcnnl Unit u.h weio i mining
xfcnt lively In llarr.egnt Lay, a fewweeVs ago a
Bli reporter went down t Waretown and hired
Jersey sklrper for two day, The skipper took
tlx reporter across the (jay to the beach In an
asyiterboat. Th parly round accommodations
sJtholiouseof Mr Cm, about two mlle below
Uo lighthouse. Mr. On waa a plratlcal-looklng
arnn wearing1 a Hue shirt, a baggy pair uf panta
lawns, buckled around him with a leather strap,
K tuf an old etraw hat. He wa barefooted. After
k ade.klng hands with Mr. Oi, the reporter passed
Bm sti on the toop, where he met another pirate.
BBl TA second pirate wa dressed like tho
BBM Bin. Ilia face was terribly tanned, and his nose
BJ au broad and very prettily colored. He
HHJ eleiined acquaintance wild the reporter. He
HHJ mredtobe Mr. VTIMIam J. Florence, a gentle-
ami who la now ex e tlitigly anxloui to Irani
lbs whereabouts of Ir. Thomas I'. Fields, The
pinto Florence wat tuoklnir a very black pipe,
aid killing mosquitoes by the bushel,
fl A TALK WITH MjOHK.NCK TDK PHUTF.
Vhat brought i 11 diwn lierer" ho 'Mil to
IU reporter.
"Woll, I thought I'd come down and pick up
afaw bliiefUh, or klngflsh, or Spanish ma 'Ueri I,"
sews iho r ply. "Alt' (here any litre)'"
"Yu.j lot of 'tin,' responded the pirate
BBJ Fhrence " IMd )'' nr catch any huopi
J bid
HBJ "No." rniwrod th reporter, "I never did.
BBJ A.ttheri any t.esp'l'iad hercF'
"Yes ; lots of ni. ' was the pirate's reply.
Bi. purler -Did oii ever catch any?
Ihel'ltaU No; I tieiercaught any, but I'm
Tiait to take In some tn-niorrow morning,
iter.' lota of 'em her . out In the inlet.
Heporter Have von caught anv Mali to.dav?
I Tho I'lraU-A half. b icti border rufllans and
f Kepofter-Whnt I a border rufflnu - I heier
I bewd of such a fth I tore.
Florence the 1'irnte llunno what a border
f ruinnlsy Whr, thit'a what we call n bluenh.
I 31-r' plenty of firh l.tre-lnta of 'em. Von
I etnLTtAll the nci.Vci ).nt want and all tin-
k.'lli'li ou want. on Jes' come dnwn here
I iDOclobtrAnd jou ran ttaud on the shore of
I IS luy and chuck out and pull in alt the bu
I red wunt ; and win u ou !-t tired of piillliu' In
I lui ou ran niton the bt-ach and clunk
t ett and )ank In all the burder rurtlaut you nnt.
BBL HOW lilt; I'lllATt l ATCIIKa BAi.
BBT Kcpi rter- How liuae do the ba4 run
k Mr. I liuvine -Well, they're prrttr cood le
f rllilii hi I'll and tnaaliiliu a pint of iiiim-
oaltoes). Tlirfe, four, and some saren pouiiils.
I Ittrt talklnir of bn.s-fihlrie. there' no such h.
B1i1iik- anywhere around here a there la out at
ti Man'n Land. Why. out there- I irn there
trrv Tf nr- It's n common trilntr to pull In a hai
I wtlchfne a huiidicd lound. ('to o.iunlit lot
0t 'em. A man ti.i.t uude'staiids flihlnu
aut knows how to play 'cm right can
gtl fin In without M.v truuble. You stand
H 4a the n i ks there and slliirf out. anil y.Mi'll get
C a. LIU In iio time. It a the greatest plve In the
f worldf'.r b.uis. All )bu e gut tu do l to git up
H ul) in tlie moruiri and buy a barrel of soft
rlam. Thc.i )oa git f.n 11 isrt for u dollar, and
etl thv clama tnktn di. wn to the beach. You sue,
lb beach is all rocks. Well, you hive country
crn open the clams, an you stand on the rod.'
an' begin to chuck em Into tin tea. Tho tow
H UVe m out In a great, long string, until )ou'll
liatuu strlru of fir hi in . l.niu rem bin' a thousand
feit out Ip.o tho o.'t.m. And then the ha
R' Iter como a fecdln' nl;ig the shore an' they
sliik" llil string of rlam. an' thevciine follenn'
up tli cluns. a.lookln' tor sutliin' better until
Ucy reai li the fool of the ro. ks. Then's thn
llun to snske em In. l'ut half a i rab on )our
hriW an' sling in, an you can r.-!i all tho big
liaii yon want to. 'I her II nalgh from flfl ton
liiuidreil pound je. I seen 'em weigh two
i Itandrrd pounil
I lteiortertvcr rjulrtli '-Did you ever see one
vatghlne MSi .oumiir
I Ihe Great I'irnie hmrence (li'llatiii(i I've
f en tome mighty big mis. I've seen 'em wxlgh
H wilTonto thiee hundrrd pound.
BB tmk I'titATi.'K risiii.vn hud.
BB Krporter-Dn von ue a rod to catch them
wttb?
Pirate Oh. jea I I want to show y.oi mj Mil
Hern Mr. Ilorrncu knocked the mIi -i" out "f
tit pipe, l m hii.ilher plot uf tlio.piltoes. niul
went Into thi. biiniMiin. Hi' 1.0011 reto'iu-a w it )
a roil 11 lime largt r than H pipe stein, with a tip
llle a spiar uf ttoiiithy.
"TIikI'i tht n il 1 hlv.ay rntrh fl-li nltli." he
mill, swii.gira th rod around among the inos
ulto K "Uhnt kind of tlli il ou catch nlth It'r"
1 aikeil the rcportrr.
"Well, I 10 cat. hlng eak(lh llli It now,"
f was tho ananer.
1 Kepoittr The nciikflnh tnut be small bore,
t Mr. rioieii.'o Oh! tluy're prettv go.nl zn
J caught one that Hitglitd a pound and a half
r Jut now.
v. Keporter-WU that n mighty light rod to
r nti witii.
r The Pirate Florence -That's the rod Ialiays
i Dili with. I nv r ue u lie.ivler roil.
Itxooiter lh ton mean to aav that ou ratrh
' Liindri-rl pound lias on that roi v
1 Mr. Flnrenrn had etl.lentl) rorgnttu about
1 the bn. He biIUiod n uiomeiit. but fln.illr
1 Miirteil out : " Ye. lr: I've nulled In n great
l m.niv huriiirfd tH.iind b-r on tliut rod. You
ee, I' jou only know bow to Msh. pi ning 'em
R jiidl. loiisl) like. It ea, enough to j;et 'em In.
1 neter toto n tia's,"
thvim; ri.oiirsrcV non.
BB The reporter hid got enough. He would hate
dr.ulin 11 Mr ri-iieiK ii word If he hil not been
a gi Mtli man. An Lour after uppr. the nrtv
went out in a in. it Mr. I lorenee atin k the half
of a slKililcr- tab iip ui lilt hook, apat upon it,
i and nte un from hit . at. Thernwa a flourish
li Ilka that of mi old-fntbliiiied stngc driver before
he crack hi wnlp ; then a nlnglng of the reel
and the slietlilcr-'rab strip k the Hater neirl)
M half way aero tlie bay.
I . " You ., ottrythlnyi. In playlns your flh."
. said Mr. Florence. At tliit moment hn gut a
If bit.-. Th' fith plDetl Mr. I'lnreiu'e. Ho Jerked
l the end of hi pole ii.t t tho wtter. vntikil hi
H' reel out of plaie, and then walked away itlth
his line.
II "I'll bet that's n riied stlngaree," said the
1 pirate Florence, sh elllng up In the fire and nb.
domeii, and lut Ing ibwn lil e.nl In ill unit. The
ll lepnrler olterrd lilm .1 l"ider and snivel, with
an exrrlleiit sinker und two rutt) hunk hooks;
.f but the tln;aree h.nl mail.' Mr. Florenco linn-
I' gry, and hu inittru iition going In to supper, ho
the Pberiner, nent In. Florence being remark
I lly quiet.
Bj hTOiir 01 int. rtntTK riinr.srr.
BJ At mldn'gbt the rly sat ution the veraiulnh.
Mii oiueboilv 1 11 keit thd spring and net Mr.
lloreneo to talking aga'n. He said
"lliero titdi to l.r loU of bat In the Harlem
nifl up at HiC oub Dam. wheie I keep my
hotel. Fell'lt iisod to set on the bridge a fMi
1 ing all day Ion?, und they uUe.ijn had good luck.
Now them alnt nnv has there. Somehow or
' other the bats hate all left, and them Infernal
toadflth have taken their pUee. (Mr. Florenre
1 here took an Interiiils-'ioii and killed a perk of
m. mosqiiltoe.) Last siimmur aa I wns a setting 011
t the stoop In front of the hotel, n big F.nglliliumn
raine along. He bed a white plug hat on. two
Mt 'et high, with 1 11 rim about a wide at the han
t client atiaspom,, and he bed a big green bag
i under hit arm, and ho lied n leather valise
I swung otir hi shoulder. He mine up to tun
1 and be ), 'His tliere any fjslil'ik 'rrn, air?'
fays I. ' Yna, lots of 'em.' Hiya he, ' I beg paw.
don. tilzht I hask . m whtt'a the best kind 'o
Ph,yoii ratrh 'ere' 'Well.'aav I, 'tna best
kind of Tkh yon get here It what we call n toad
H 1 flsn." Mllawst my bloody hoes.' he aays. Mliat'a
t a heitraordlnary name for a fish. In It a good
f haatlnk fish?' 'Oh I It's a delirious t1h,' 1 said :
'melts In your mouth like butter, Did you over
j fish much'r' I asked him, 'Well,' ho sild,
f used to rateh aantuon In Hlngland and feot
I: laud, but I never did anv nOiInk In America, and
t as hi wua ildlnk along 'ere the bother ):-1 1 1
C aaw some gentlemen a IWillik, mill I re-nUnl to
H' come hup and try my lurk. Ill oed to tie a
preat s-iwinori flalierman. Vhnl bait do ton mo
I.'. for I lies toid flhr' 'Crabs,' says I. 'Well,
ft raally,' says he, 'that's
j A VFItV IIKXTllAnitlllNAIIY lit IT,
f you know, Where can I piitrlivetniiin of thee
, rnbs ' ' Oh 1' m I, )ou can get 'em of that
.' boy there,' and I showed him a lltMe feller who
I had a basket of cralu to sell." (Mere Mr. Floreii'-e
I. began to thrash around again, and iiirceeded In
f killing another perk of mosiiultoes.) " Well,
the Kngllahman, he railed tho liny up and began
to pick tho crabs nut of hit basket, Idnn'tbe
I Have he everaaw acrabliefore Two of the rrabt
! got hold of his fingers and he danced iirnund
like a wild Indian. The boy lauphed and picked
out a half dnren crabs for hlni himself, The
f Kngllahman kicked 'em one side with bis boot,
and offered the boy a ten rent atamp, Tim little
feller looked at hlru and pay, 'Ray; see hero.
This won't do. Them crab Is two dollars a
1 .''""ns them la. Them'A shedders; them is.'
The F.ncllshman at first thought the boy wat
trying to cheat him, but when I explained the
i".'."t 10 nm ' the bov n dollar and until,
I ' lllawaimybloodr hejea If I believe I'll got a
1, dul,uf," wi"1" "'I'-' went Into the house
iii' '," bn,r cr.cd. 'Ut I watched the
Kngllshinari out of the window. He looked at
the rraba about Dye minute. Then lie dellber
.v "1 ")!"Ki,'d a rnupln or lilg atonoa
up to the craba. Then he took the stoffea 11 id
'iiuhed up the craba. The first thing I Knew lie
iliad hlabnon tha ground and her. 11 drawing
I the jointa of his pole out. There wer. about
lilted info the socktta It no the d-dett lookli I
m la t, at you evr saw. It raarhed half war
' 'm.Vim wii We"1 iM" M lltUr
cm oft a ntr.b.
li'ri "S.,? r1"0,'1-? reel, it woul I fill a bar
L'n V' .! k.? ,n fathloned
7 I
reellthouthtl'ddle. I went out tr. thy Rnr
llahman and took a look at It. He looked M
though he was going to ketch all therfish In the
rlrer. 'What kind of a rod Is that?" aaya 1.
He aaya. "ihafa the rod that I catch aawmon
with. Hit's a beauty, hlsn't It?' ' Ye,' aara I.
'tis a beauty. I never saw one like It before.
'No,' he aaya, 'the Hamerlcans don't know
W to make tlshlnk rods.' Then he picked up
Ida crabs an' his green bag an' his vallie, an
he sailed off up on to tho bridge, until he got
alongside of old .fudge fimlth. who aat there
awastln' crab, drlnkln' out of a black bot
tle, and occasionally druwiu' In a small
fish You'd ought to have een tho look
on the old Judge's fare when he aaw the
Kiigliiliinan rod. 'Catching lianythlnk?' aaya
the Fngllshuian to thoJudge. ' Cutty fair luck,'
the Judge said, and added 1 'That's a treat rod
von got there.' ' Yes,' answered the Hngllshman,
as if lie Has tickled at the Judge's oliserratlon,
"tie a great rod.' The Judge saldi -'I'd be a lit
tle careful with that rod If I were 111 your place.'
'Why?' aatd the Fngllahman, apparently
alarmed, Do you think hauyhody would ateal
lit' 'No,' saya the Judge, 'but If you go to
fllngln' It around In the sky too wild, yotl might
knock the points off of some of the stara.' Well,
the Hngllshman, he didn't Ilk that. He turned
to me and said that
THE J I' DOT, WAft A OTTI.ia IIIM.
Then ho rigged up a hook, put a piece of
mashed crab on It, looked around behind him,
and give the rod a awing. Ho had a good, heavy
Inker on, 1 told him he wanted a heavy sinker,
because the tide wat strong. Well, the old reel
went to hoiincln', and tho bait flew aipiarter of
a tnlle don 11 the river, n hen all of uauddcntlio
line kinked, and anay went the mashed crab. I
could see It strike thn 'hutment of the Harlem
bridge. Hut the englishman, he didn't know It.
He thought It was all right. Ho set dnnn and
waited for two hours, at patient as any man you
ever see. for n bite. Finally I told him tint I
guessed he ilhlu't have any halt onto his hook,
and he began to turn hi apliinln' wheel to got
his line in. It took him a quarter of an
hour to reach tho hook. 'Illanatmy bloody
bete,' ho ald. 'If they hain't got the bait.'
' Miy,' sa)t I, ' your halt didn't atayon. I aaw
It fl off the hook 'fore It reached tho water.' He
looked at mo kinder reproachful like, but ho
didn't aav a word. Then he went down Into hla
leather valise iignlu and pulled out apiece of
string, 'I lieu ho picked up a little maahed crab
and tied It on to the hook. He wat about six
foot high, with yeller aide whiskers, thin na
a rail, and when he gut up with that white plug
I1.1t ami that little rim, and went to throw out
again he wa the mot perfect scarecrow that
tun ever aaw. He give her n send with all hit
might, and the bait struck Just under Harlem
bridge. In about a minute he had a bile. You'd
oughtvr seen
nt.n junar. smith.
I thought he'd spilt hlmtlf a laughln. The
Kiigliehman' flh was a heavy one. He pulled
like n border ruffian. I thought It was nhnrdrr
ruffian Orst. He kept yanking aay at that old
wooden reel about fifteen minute, and then the
flth begun to ronie up out of the vtuler. What
do you think It waar"
Ileportor- Wat It 11 dog-flsli ?
1 lorenee the I'into (laughing)- No. It was
the biggest toad-Ash that I ever aaw. It would
hue weighed tlirrn pounds and a half If It
neighed an ounce. Well, tho F.ngllth
niaii got him on to the bridge, and old
Judge i?tnlth and me, wo kept a w.itchln'
Mm. The hook .u clear down the fish's
throat. The Fjigllshmau held hint up by his
line and looked in the fish's mouth. Then he
grabbed li In by the belly with his left hand, and
stuck his right hand Into his mouth to git out
tho honk. Tho toad'fish closed on him like a
vise. Judgo Smith looked up very quiet and
sa). " llaio you got him?" "Yes," says the
Kugllstiman, "and blawat my bloody hoea hlf
he hain't got mo." If you'd a seen film you'd 'a
died a laughing. He got up on his tiptoes and
tried to get his hand out of tho fish's mouth.
Hut tho toad-fish held on like a Methodist min
ister on to a convert, and wouldn't let go. The
llritlsher began to danc", and the first tiling you
knew away went Id pole, wooden reel and all
off tin bridge. The Judge and me. we sot llko
kii.ils cm a log. looking into the water. After
about ten minute
TUB t.NOt.HUMAM got the vi an dowm
onto the Fridge and put bis big foot on him.
Tlirti he got out hi pockrt-knlie and wum to
work ni him. It toi k rim flf.ee 11 minutes to git
his finger out, an 1 when he did get 'em out
they looked nt though they'd been run through
a tnreshln' machine. He wound 'em up In bit
handkerchief and began to pull In hit line. The
hook wu still In the tlh t mouth. I believe
there wa nt least a thousand f et of line boforo
the reel gave to the rod, hut he finally got the
rod up. Then he cut the hook from the line
and worked the Hue oti tu the reel. Then he
tinjoiuttd hi rod. put It In the green b.u.
rim. ed hl 'I1111I11 wheel into hlstallseand
sailed do v. 1 lane at a 2.0 gall without say.
tng.iH. nl' ly one. Iraiiti' the toad rl.li and
the hook ihln tno feet of Judge ."mUli's
baket ' 1 Judge Mnlth and Hie. we emptied
the trai t tie, and tlie Judge laughed so loud
tnat the p. le caiiio ruunlu' over from Moril-
m'a t hut wat the matter.'
Her. Mr. H'Teie e killed a bushel of tuotqul
toeH ami wept to lied.
AVTFtt Mtr.Er-MEAP.
The reporter Iepi iiiuii a beJtbk filled with
1 orncilx. and dn allied of tilnhook and thou
sand pound ban", .til night long the melancholy
gru niing of the surf a;iieaid. In the morning
he wan up ahead of the sun. The I'irato Florence
aiotoat tho same time, and Immodlattly opened
hiistllltlen upon the luosouitoes, tartlng the
warfare by an attack upon Mr Cox's applejnck.
" Tiiu tide will be rlgut 111 about un hour an' a
half now for the heepshoad," he said, as he
lighted his uiorning tope.
"Are )ou sure of catching any?" asked the
reporter.
"Oh. yes, lots uv "em," was the reply. "All
you'iegot to do Is to toiler me, an' I II put y ni
right on to the ground V. 11 can fill a boat with
,111 In two hour. All you want !asumeift
elHtii. "ii don't 1 H'ti the a: oil, )ou know,
but Jest stick your hook Into tho mouth 111 the
clam, and churk it 0101 board with a heavy
sinker, and the fust thing you know you'll fei I
a hiuvy tug at Ihe hook. That's the sheeimhead
a inashln' the rlam In hit teeth. When he git
to eiickm' the clam out hell ciio the hook
uni'ther tug. an' then' the ti. lie that you want
to glie a Jerk an' faten Mm. ' tliere Mr. Flor
ence cauio to clon quarters with a gallynlpper,
ati-1 111 set his pipe, setting his in e rails on tire,
and 1 tiatlugu commotion geucially.l
After bruaUf.tut tliu I'irato got his traps to.
gether. hoarded a tiny calboat at tho wharf,
told tiiu M N reporter to follow him. hoWt
id sail, and sped for the elievpsheud ground.
Hit boat was so light that she lan like a water
sp.iler 01 er sand bars covered lth scarcely two
Inches of wati r. In half an hour the I'irato was
anchored near the light, and began fishing,
on 1 11 : amju.Mi .
The reporter attempted to follow hlni In Ills
.lern'y lugger, hut sho drew so m... h water that
the nlilpi er protested He tacked till way and
that, aioidlng a bar hero and there, and hanged
about the bay like a floating wash tub. lie
sailed at leai-t ten tulles, and was not able to
awuig-tn under tho light until neatly 11 A. M
The I'irato had then been flhlng about tour
hours Ills iiiMO waa redder than usual, but he
waa remarkably quiet, and did not speak until
spoken to. As tlie lugger lowered her sal) and
dropped anchor, the teporter shouted, " What
luck. Mr. I lorenee 1 '
"Well, so, so-pretty fair; but they ain't a
bltln' lulled,' was the response.
Iteporler-Hate iuu caught si n 1
Florence the l'liato -Ws, a few; but they
ain't a bltln' much,
Heporter What do yon catch'
The I'lralc Nei. a row, thai, all. They ain't
a biiin' much.
Heporter llae you caught any liepihesil 1
Mr, I lorenee ivcry qiilellyi -Hlieoptheid
Well, ea, I've got otie or two. They ain't a
bltln' much though.
lleportoi'-Iiold up your alnns. Let me tee
them.
Mr. Florence arose rrom hit scat very deliber
ately, went to tno ateru of hlaboat, and with the
cnatest dimmlty pulled out ot the water the
finest string of aheupshead that the reporter ever
saw, There were eight of I hem, weighing from
twehe to ftlteen pounds apiece. Their white
teeth glistened in tlie sunlight like pearla, Mr.
Florence exhibited them with an air or unlet
triumph, and consoled tho reporter by telling
Mm that he caught thorn all within an hour,
and that they had stopped biting two hours be
fore. Then the reporter began to fish. The tide wa,
so atroiig that au olil-faahliined clock weight
would have floated like a cork. Mtlll tho report
er fl-lieil. occasionally pulling In a sea hats
about the slz of a smelt, hut beyond this no
thing, Half an hour later
HIE I'lItATI HOISTED SAIL,
nml ran alongside tho lugger.
"There a no use uv jour Oahln' here any
longer,' ho said; "the tide's wrong, and vou
won't git a sheepsliead hi elf you alt here all
day. I'm a g iln' over to tho weaktlsh ground. If
you'll fuller mc you can fill your boat with
weakera inside uv an hour."
"I didn't coiiio down to llarnezat Hay to
catch weaktlsh," answered tho leporter. "I
can catch plenty of them tie irer New York,"
The I'lrate -Well, don't be a fool. The tide's
wrong. You can't catch any sheepsliead on this
tide, iou'io got to come early hi the mornln'
tor those fellers,
lleporter(reslgnedly)-Well, I shall stay here a
week hut what 1 shall catch some of them,
Florenco You better como with tno, A
weaker s a game fish, and you can't have better
sport.
The reporter again declined. Florence spent
twenty minutes In a vain effort to coax him
away, and finally shot off fur tho weaktlsh
Ifiound III his winged catboat.
Mt'iiiimi wu. 1, 01 t.
After fishing for three hours, catching nothing
but a dogfish, the reporter took a small boat, ami
went ashore, He found a one-legged hotel near
the lighthouse, and entered the barroom. A
frowii-looklng, barefooted wrecker, In a red
flannel shirt, stood leaning on the bar, and
I'ailng sleepily at the bottles behind the bar
keeper. "Will you take something V" asked the re
porter. " Y-a-a," drawled the wrecker, turning to the
bartender. "Ulinine sum elder spoirets, Tom
my." Tommy handed down the bottle, Tha wrecker
filled a pint tumbler to the brim with applejack,
and raised It to hla mouth, It disappeared like
magic, Tli u reporter sarcastically ulced the
wraeker If ho wou'dn't tiy another glass,
"Y-a-a," lie ana ered, "(limine sum moro
elder aperre Is, Tommy."
'I he plot tumbler was again filled and emptied.
TU mur wiped tilt wuu ou the alsiy of
hla rati flannel shirt, and looked at the reporter
for tha first time. ...
"la there any fishing around tier?" aaked the
reporter,
" Y-a-a, If you know how to fish," Ihe wrecker
replied, "(lurchy purchy flth poles hain't much
good hero." . . ...
"What do you. catch around here?" the re
porter Inquired.
"Y-a-a. You catch what gits holt ur your
hook If you know how to fish," he answered.
" HlueOsh, ha, fluke, weakfth, eheepshead"---
Kepoiler (Interrupting) Did you over catch
any aheepshead lure?
Wrecker- Y-a-s. I ratched eight on 'em out
In the Inlet this mornln'.
Heporter Where are thoy? . ,
Wrecker- Sold 'em to a fat red-noted orker
for thirty cents a pound.
That was enough. Tho reporter hoisted sail,
and landed atBeeor'a Hotel, Tom's river.
Tho I'irato at rived In Nsw York that night, and
distributed the sheapshevl among his friends.
He told them that he didn't have much luck,
and left them with the Impression that It was a
very common thing for lilin to run out and pull
la thirty or forty sheepsliead In an hour.
A SPIJY LETTER TJIOM TJtltMOXT.
liars Trade and Other Tradtt-HwpUf
Thlma All Arouns-JIm Flak Trine f
Krl the Mean Ideal f the Country l'l,
Sel'll Vorrfpimdinci 0 Ihi Baton UtrnU.
SAXTON'H lllVEIt, Vt Off. 11. A liowo
trader, or one who does tho other fellow up
brown, Is looked upon In this aectb 11 at a fit can
didate of any Partr, and la usually nominated
for tho bott olllco in town. When h has mot
with auocest In that line, he hat th confidence
of those who hivo not only suffered by Ills keen
ness, but tremble lest they get stuck on the next
trade, for trade these tieople will. Thero Is nut
a dry goods store, a groceri , a harness shop, or
any other kind of a eliobang whero thero Is not
nightly a trade, made, all the way from an old
fathloned J.vkknlfe to a pair of two-year-old
steers, and the ambitious youth who palms off a
handle without blades Is usually looked upon as
possessing qualification eminently fitting hlni
for college, or at the prestldlgltateuroii th for
ward end of a tin cart.
tine or my obi friends who has lived here since
boyhood Is governed entirely by trade, and lu.d
much rather "swop" with allttle to lio.it than sell
for money outright, A few years slme he visited
the" Hub," and his attention was struck square
In the front while passing through Dock squaro
by the sweet sound of a tin music box which
wat doing Ita letelbettto give allttiedeml-seml-quavers
ot "Hull's Victory." lie bought It by
paying currency at the low price of two-fifty.
The music box pleased Id dear Merlb and the
other music-loving people of tho v llage, but
this single tune could not alwiys pleite, and
Hull, though a splendid naval offic r In hit day,
could not expei t to have his victory latt longer
than a few months, when It was so often ttartod
up, and so it wat accounted a bore. Hodgklns,
we will call his naiiio, needed boots for the
winter, and he had no money He offered to
trai.e with tho shoemaker for a pair or boots by
giving hlni his box, but the shoemaker wa not
disposed to do so, Yet HodgKlns was bound to
fight for his bouts on that line If It took all winter,
and that the hoottm.n should either get the boi
or its ortuiialent In trade ho wa, bound toee
done, There wat a man In (Iraf tun. a few miles
above, who had not only .1 few valuable hens,
but also a nice ear for mush . Hodgl Ins started
for him, and walking hit team pa. t the old fel
low's house, wound up bit tin machine, au I
" Hull's Victory" resounded among the hills of
that antl-rallroad town. Tho mu- . box took,
and In a few minutes the hens were In the wagon
and the box In tho front room of the rural re
troat, with a dollar twelte and a half In lltdg
klns's breeches pocket. Converting the hens to
boots was another matter, but Hodgklnt's ex
ecutive rapacity was simply sufficient to accom
plish the task starting for home ho met the
tna'l stagewhlch plica rogularly between Ilellow
Falls and tlrafton. and whoso drlier being n
Inverof ivoultry stopped tho Fulled States mall
and proposed to tr.de. Ilodgkltii was ready -dldn
tcaro about trading, of c urse, but It the
driver had a pair ot bouts to swan he
didn't know but ho would. Tho driver
didn't have boots, but he did hale under the
seat a freh steer hide ho was taking to (Irnf
ton to get tanned, and he would swap for that
Here was a rhanre; It was tho nearest appro.v li
to boota Hodgklns hid seen since the tin ma
chine had hi en In hla posjettlon. Ilodgkltis's
faco was radiant unaware, for bli heart bub
bled up the smile against hla trading Judgment ;
mad with the smile, but earnest for the trade. It
Is no stretch of the imagination to picture Hodg
klns a few minutes later, wending Ills weary war
to the bosom of Hie loved onea at home, Bested
on the eweet smelling hide of the Innocent ateer
who had given his life that Hodgklns might go
fos th (Iraf on stage. Hodgklns took the skin
to tho shoemaker and swopped It tor the bouts,
witii fl.li bit tho bargain. Ho says ho made
money 011 the but ami on the hens, but at lie
keept no book by double entry he cannot tell
exactly the net results, He knew hs needed the
boots, and lias gut them, and la satisfied that If
tho shoemaker hasn't got the box he may jet
haia to dicker with Its possessor.
You can trade here for anjtnliig marketable
or unmarketable. Pump I orum! trcotid-haud
pulpits are easily swopped for grain and apav
ind horses, and either of the aamn ran eadly
be eirhitngrd for uncollected pew bills against
any of th pew-holders of tho places of worship.
Nothing comes amiss, A thorough-going. sharp
horse trade give a question for discussion
among the disputants of this town for at least
three months, and longer if there Is no oilier
bang-up trade s, oiling along to take the first
ones water 1 heard one of the most promi
nent men ot the village say within a day or two
that a he was so glv, 11 to swopping and trading
he hoped 110 one would mako an offer for bis
dog or hla wife, for he added-"I am human!"
Trading ia liou'ditary. and gutting something to
boot 1, talent burnished, but woe betide the un
fortunate youth who, in a moment of trading
frenzy, awops, and pays out change fir the
difference. Hit Is iitisldcrod a misspent
life, and for 11 time the hopes of lilt parents
are In a measure blatrod-certoltily It is so If
In no qul 'k suet eediug trade ho does not hoist
his adtersary over the rocks w Ith aa great a mo
mentum us ho )ilmoir was Jolted along, and
with a little premium added. Jim Fl.k Is the
beau Ideal of these Veniionters. Mothers point
to Jim at the model fur their children to follow
and Imitate. No matter about tli otton-warp
shawl palmed off upon them ns all wool by th
l'riniii of F.rle; It la enough for them to know
that succe It a duty, and that tho end was
gained by the dead Vermonter He rests quietly
now, but hit Indomitable perseverance and per-
h'ips many of Ida fallings will be raked up and
Instilled Into the heads of future Orceti Moun
tain bnya, so that It la not too much to predict
that in years hence wa may find an Imniitatlon
Flsk from among these rural solitudes running
a lino of ocean mull steamers or as the grand
mogul ot the lloton and Yokohama under
ground lino or broad gauge railway.
la (Jen, Ilrlhunp also a fSrnntlst f
fret Its ui ii l't
Helonr ire k'vu t'Xtmrbs front n lottiT
from a gentleman In tho service of the (lovem
ment on our Western frontier. Ho Is a gentle
man well known In Massachusetts, of pure char
acter and the highest Integrity, and entire te
llaiice ran be placed in his statements. The
letter boars dale Aug. IS. "An act of Congress
three years ago abolished the elective sutler sys
tem and gave the tocretary of War exclusive a;s.
polutment of one trader each (none other
allowed) to the several f ninth r military posts.
An Intimate personal friend of the Secretary of
War wat appointed to one large post I hale
visited, but found the old antler willing to pay
hlni Jl.Oi " per month cash for the business. This
he has since done. With 110 restriction on his
tirlres, ho has, of course got tills heavy tax
from the thousand poor colored soldiers
serving at tho post. In short, these one
thousand colored men, soldiers, without
sains received, nave, by order of the Secre
tary of War, paid etch, monthly, to his friend
one dollar for some years. Tho friend has pock
eted hla fti.UUU n year without risk or responsi
bility, or even time given, A friendship which
paid at least. (Jtieryi Was It paid for? And tills
Is but one military frontier pott one of many.
Second, another station needing a hospital, after
jean uf recommendation and led-tapelsm, got
one by order of Ihe Secretary of War. Ita erec
tion wat contracted for at an exorbitant price,
Tha work commenced, but before the founda
tions were completed tho War Department or
dered the station to bo abandoned, It was, aav
o quartermaster and a few men, who were ordered
to leninlii to supervise tho hospital building and
nay tho contractor I Tills was done, ami th
building completed, when It was abandoned
with the rial never used to this day. Hero
was U,',iU0 actually expended by order ot the
Secretaiy of War to build a hospital for a mill
tary post, which by his own order had ceased to
bo occupied."
WlimltbJIfmaltJ.
4 TTKSTION.
i U Iris wauled for rirrllent situations, In city nr
country.aa cooks, Itumtreises, 1 aiitry.ruoks. Hashers,
suit liuurrs, klichi'u girl, clisnita riiuhli. nurses, !
trcsit-s, tiDuseworKers. girls lately landed, Ac. Apply st
CAIII'KNTHH'K.lJit w est flth St., corner sth ay.
A- I, A II I F.S are Inillrd to take any kind of sewing
, mschlnrs thrr like, ami work eight hours In shop,
or Iske tlsuiiel or w lilts shirts. &cv liome, awl i.sr only
a smalt psit do n, snu lrsve snisuiums every week to
psr fur the machine, end get csih for oric Vini,urv
llsrnient M'f'y, list Chambers st,
A - I.AlTlKS tauihi'on Wheeler 4 wilion'a snd
iV, Singer's machines, st the Hewing Midline Stitch,
big Co. 's, 10C lileeckerst. 111) good lisuili wsnttil un
fisnnrl shins. All kinds of new mscblues sold, at 11 a
wieklnwiirk. becond floor,
A-WOHK given out at advanced prices to pay
fur ttnt rlass sea Ing machines by Initsllmeuti 1
Instruction free. I'tiND A CO..
111 Ksitsthst.sndai nor place.
A-ltl'.HI'F.fiTAIII.K (Iris Inwant tif eicellent
sltuslluns for sllcapsellles cau lie suited wtlti'
out delsy st 81s liowrry. Hntrsnce on nleecker st.
A I. A III F.S are UUHht'to operate on the Iteming-
ton sowing machine. Uood situations provided
slier iaarnlng. 291 bowery.
A -.111 I.AIIIICS to learn to operaU rnsehlnrsi
i , sold l prr week lu wurk st home, in Mil av and
So. I,sa Sdar.
A -lU'KKATOHM snd batters wanted on white
iV vests 1 highest wsges to good lisoils the yrsr
round. Dos sin av,
A 1. 1, flrsbclui sewing mschlnrs for sile on small
weekly payments In work, iU Id sv nrsr Wth st,
V1I'A( V and lluea lust hand. rJouo but go"Jd
iisuii ui J sjg.i st 1)1 West lilu tt.
A -HKWINUmtcMneaforsslast lit. tat. snd IJ.
iV worth double those sural, and work flten to aid
In paying for them, at KTT M av.
1JONNKT FKAMBH.-Wanted. a flrsbcliss boa.
I net frsme msker who understands getting up
style 1 also, apprenllcre for rnlirnrrr. Apply at
J. HOTIiaiauy. M Je,t mh ,t,
BIIOK FOl, DF.lt H and stltrhsrsi steady work to
good hands. TUPS. DAlillF.LI., 8 Spraco St.
1IIIIK, washer suiHronrTwanted, I'rotntsnt, mid.
J dle aged, In ptetssnt ennntry plsce 1 hours from
city no dslry wrrk 1 snply 1 dsys.
J ' J. K. TICIIKSOII, West nrosdwsy.
n AN II Ft on linen costs, fall all thll and neifwrck",
m West sain at., id floor, trunt.
IA IIIF.H Work fumliheil st home to psr for new,
J tlrst-cisss sewing machines, on monthly Install
ments, from f 5 to l(Fi Instruction free. Mew York Ma
chine Htltchleg Company, 861 ad ay near Wii St.
O PP.lt ATOttH and bsstrrs on flsnnel frnetts snd
lierhysi also, alpaca coats, on Yf. A W.'s ma.
thine 1 work Urea out. II drove St., cornet Iledfonl.
OI'Klt ATOKH wanted on linen and alpae coatsi
to parties totHiynischlres en esay lastallnieuU, lu
or out of the home, lot chambers st.
OI'KllAIRii on V? . A W. machines on whIU
shirts, with or without their own machines. M
Prince St., Drooklyn.
TANTA I.OtlN finishers and kssters wanted and
X good sewers lelesrn: the luiilaess, tsurht from the
bundle 1 lesions daily and rvenlnss.flj prsctlce until
iitlsCed.st MMd at., bstween eth and 1th ays.
SKWINfl.MA fill fNKrtrrnted', privilege of buying,
snd sold chespi terms essy. V.I (Irrrnwlch sr.,
corner Weit loth st. snl 1ST I.slt llroadway Isdlcs
taught 1 old machines repslred,
fll WO women wanted toTew horse bisnketi, Apply
JL to WM. M. UFAXSU 3d sv
V A NTF.n-A steady girl to do the general" home
11 work of family of fwoi one baling some know),
edge of rrrnchreollng preferred. Apply, with Ihe best
rlly references, at UK I'EltC'E'JAl.'tf.lO llroadway, In
tha store.
W A NTKIIOperslor snd hatters on Singer's sew
VI Ing uiachlaei, at IM hut sill it.
WANTKII-Two chambermaids. M New Dowery,
11 upsuirs,
AVANTI'.ll-rA gltl to tskecsre efcMUren at ItJ
It West Illhil.
V ANTKIAgood fmlitier on custom paati. Iti
VI kail lllli s., first floor.
V ANTED - A reipeetsbte girl to do gene rtl home.
VI workiwsgM, IIS, Calls! lfll'roiectit.,llruuklrn.
V ANTKII-A girl forthe kitchen, also a bo;. 541
11 lltsnd st.
W NTF.II-Furseweri foTmlnk workT O) Orsad
II St., top floor.
W A NTF.II-Iirrsirnakere and apprrntlcel, at No.
lf West .lti st.
VillMI (JIIII.Mesn obtain ltuillonsfree. ledr.
I lur and meals atfir eaeh.or board at 11.50 a wec,
st the Girls' Lodging House, if St. Msrk't plsce.
t TA I I.O It RVrt "WsnteitTto ork on cuilom
4 psuls 1 ages no object, tilt West Ibiiiitun st.
I) . 1 N l.V sh'rt Ironeri on fine wrk wanted at Union
lU Laundry, 101 Thomptun st.
'Kl r..VI'KKIKNt,'F,ll lnbsccostrle.perr w"snted
ell r st as Wuoitcr St.. alio,luO to Itsrnt night it prices
paid In the city
Jcl:mlti5 Hl.itfi.
(!F.T.-A nsw artUle, saenti cannot fall In
msklng fit per dsyi sells nt sight 1 Israe profits,
stead; eniployineut. t. TlIOItNTO.N 4 (,'0.,4Jbrcsd.
wsy, New York.
liKMT.s wsn'ed to sell bouls. Pictures, Act tOJd
men ctn mike 110 to III a dtr 1 boiiki and flrtures
so'd nn weekly payments, Apply to r .McCUMli, II
llsrclsy it
ArAlll'KTKlTrs'ao"rrd.tsnre ln ItT Tountry.
fie si comer ot I hsinbers snd ;' est iti..wth I00I1,
at JO nilnules bifore 1 A 1! to-ilsy.
fir.MM ca eiidTieTunvlneed thst st "ASIKItV'fl
. show etrd ostsnllibnieat, Its liowtrr, vou csa uiske
t ediy,
VOF.NTt snd peddlers wanted to sell t nw srth I'
.1 SMITH, tl nleecker St.. New York.
VFO.IH'KTFX T bonk edge allderwsetedrst
L II 1 VI KAMI"S. 10 snd H Itesde it.
Vlitllt litis feedrr who csd nuke rrsdy wanted at
Ofortlandlsu
HOY wanted lo work In eofte. Hand foot of llsrrtson
t one .1o under, ind opening oyttersi tier
msn or American.
IXIYSwsnted for orree work an 1 to learn 111 o
1 grsphy. Aldress LITllOUItAl'llKIt!!, honor., Sun
office.
ll7Al'KMIITII wsnted-A shjer sud filler.
II J. CAltl.bhlN.lv, IPihi..,iouia liruoklya.
U 1. 1 1'li -J II ITIIwtnted. tt M ana tlrand Is., Ho
l boktn. N J tune usedlo uiechtnework preferred
HOY wsrtrd In a book store t strong and active, tu
do general work, st M 6th av
rill.MI'A.NV going West Nov It, under the cars of
J the agent uf Ihe New Vurk Cnlldri n's Aid Sotlely.
Hoys snd girls rlscod In rood humes, Fsmilles ssslite.1
In resrhlng Ih.lr drsllastlOD. Csll st 1 Eail lib il.,
from mill dilly,
I.VsIIM'.OY.MF.NT office for clerki, boekkeeperT
li porters, Ac, st I Hon. I st , room f.
1?KKIIKIIS ws'nled forrullnguischlnes, sl.uurek
msu sirset
I.T.KIir.lt.-rKiy wsnted lo feed 1 rullay miehiae,
' at B Pearl it . up ilalrs; J. J I'lMtCklLb.
I.illlHT-OI.ArtHJob compnsitnrs wsnledTsl
J A. S. SKEll'S, U Weit Ith St.
( OOII csnvssers wsnted for el'ir and ruantry. Ar
T ply st ouce 10 H F II ICK.II. .Q1lrosdwsy.room .1.
J OH roil l'll"ITtrit ririKlsss, wanted. JiTlth
sv None hut good ones need spply.
rF.AII III. t7.IKTtHwsnt.Jd""st
J 11. 1' IlLtMilW. ) Atlantic St., Drooklyn
MAItlllF.II Fill' I'l.K without rhtldren. utrful
msn snd fsrdener, wife ai laundresi. Apply at
No. IJI West llth St.. corner 6lh sv.
Illl'Kit IIII.VF.'. Wanted.' a' stesdy man thai
uuderstsndi wurklng un a Clark machine , nf,ne
ulher need spply JllliiSIAS l'ATTHimuN,T Av I)
l KIMJ lltl.V inskers wtuled S o7 I good
hands will hive stesdy wurk ah winter. Inquire al
No, S Cedir st
COI.DIF.lt-. Altenliont Wanted, a few snber.ln.
O dustriuus dusbleu suldlers to traiel with an article
t sell ( ouud wiei given snd eipenses psld, Apply si
No la North Oifordst, Itrouklyn, N. V,, from 3 to
I' M. j
CIIOK.llAKF.lt wtntedoa repairing 1 s steady Job,
O 1 all si bn lludsun sr.. llrooklvu. 1 ome prepared to
work. A. McCjUILl.KN
ClIOF.ll KKItM. -Wanted, a luu reptlrlng st
H llWestndst. TIIOMAS LKONAlttl,
r ItWl) boys to pack iplces. Apply before o'clock,
X not after, t a
VVIIIUIIT tHLl.IS ni'.O.. SSS Waihlngtnn it.
flto TAII.Olli.-Wanted," two good tailor, to
I work In the nor. lh av;
rilAII.OItrt and btuhelmen wanted 1 aim, presier 1
JL guud wsges will be paid. 1,231 liruadaay.
fIAI 1,11 It H snd buthrlmrn wsnttil 1 guud asges will
.L be psld, l.n llroadway.
fllWO wood turners wsntcd on cbslr urk7 stei y
X work. Apply at JtfJ Monrue st.
'!A 1 1.(1 It M-J good" bushelmen wsntedi steady lob.
I. Apply at aOMoutagnest.. Hrooklin llenhtt.
'ItAII.OltH wsatedi to good steady men good
L .wages will be psld. il West ah st.
fltlN' Kt)0FF,lt.-t wanted, aTlK ltTdge st.
I JlfilN F1NLKY.
tJIWO tailors to work by the' week, at TJ Market st.
Ifl'IIOI.rsTKItKltrs wanted 1 flrst-rlssi furniture
' upholsterers 1 full prices paidt fine wora for Hist
dsn workmen. Apply alTII llroadway,
W ANTKII-A flrst rste srroTlsswyer.aluar fsclory
si Ulooniurlo. New Jersey. So others need spply
to FKLOUUKT, FhLTtIN Si CO..
101 Uroadwsy,
from II to I) A. M.
W'ANTKII A boy, 16 or It years, to sttend a gro-
II eery 1 must understand the biiilness 1 come rrrom
mended, inquire corner of Court and Bcheroierborn
ste., Hrooklin,
W A.NTKII-Two enrrsvers, good workmen. scent
11 toiusd toebrravf tor eusnielllng. Apply, with re
frrenre. lo IIIA niCIIAIlDS A CO., 301 Broadway, N. Y
or llll II AKH8, COIIDIMI A CO., North Attlehoro, Mass,
WANTKII-A vsrnlsher and poililier arcuitomrd
il to finish wslnut bedsteads, Ac, in th insnufsc
lory, MO Hudiun it,
W A NTK ll-TIn snd sheetlron workers; highest
'!")." fsid lo competent workmen. Apply al lt
and ZU licit t.
V ANTI'.II-Two tinsmiths accustomed lo all
IT branches. Call at US tleekman 11., al 14 o'clock
Thursday. '
V A NTK.O tine blacksmith's helper 1 alio one
11 grinder on tools. Addreas
SMITH, box 105, Run offlce.
W ANTKOA solier. Industrious msn to open
11 oistin. Apply al MtUlNLKY's oilier saloon, Sis)
Second st. ' '
W'ANTF.II-A boy 10 serve newspspers. Imiutra
1 1 bstwetn 10 snd 11 AM.. at Hi id av.
W' ANTED. -A'good bnshelieMhal undcrataads his
11 trtde. Csll ilbl 7th sr., uesr anh si.
W A NTKII-ATinimltti 1 on thst understands fur
J J. "ace wurk, Ac. Apply to T. II. BS1I1 HsMHIb sv.
IVANTKli Two young men who "onderstsud
vi jipenlngoyiters. Apply for one week at TOSth sv.
WANTKII-J good shoemakers 1 stesdy employ
II rucnti coma prepared to work. 63 Flatbusn ar.
VANTF.II-A shoemaker a uew work aud ro
ll pairs, st aa West llth ab
WANTKII-llsker, third hand on bread. Apply a'.
VI 10 A,Mat wiioytil.. Ilrooklyn,
W ANTKII- Uuod boys la nistch fsctory, w snd til
Il Weal tsth st.
A ITER wa'olcdlu dining saloou.ot! eth av,
nan I.AIIOUKUS wanted.-Temperale and
-111 Ft! steady partiea cau secure lo ilieniieliei
sua fsmilles permsneul employment aud a brick cot
tage of their own near New Vurk, by Joining Helta Co
operative llrlck Manufacturing Asaoctstluu snd psylng
10 earnest money, to be deposited In the National
Trust Company, tall Immediately at til Ith av. .lolin
Jackson, II. lingerer, K, Tyler, it. 1'elersoo, Flusuce
Coinuuttee,
1.?.'!' i'ov. S. aScotchaluti ears snd tsll cut ihort,
J with f ip and ring ou neck, 1'lcaae return to lit
Macdoug lu sndet a liberal reward.
f OHT-'aturdsy afternoon, card rase containing
J promltaury note, listed eeplember 37, 1ST', fortl&O,
Fayiinit Jtupped. Iteturn lu SFsrk plsce.
I ((.ST. Itauk IwokYYui snd Sla. ..ued by-iho
, J.vl',!,,,l.'l f-svlugs bank. Fluder please return
tt.rin to Die bsnk.
r.0'1" NuT a bunch of keys, wllb lire key No.
J n plena rrluru to lleeknuu al. station houar,
L"f.T. Ll'l'sbiiiillagcaifdgoldwaicii. Tha flndJr
ii) ha tu strata t hi KaitUomton sv
.maiiisih
WlUprttorw?Manaer..Mr.LK3TKnWALtACK
Nolwllhstsndlnr the
IMHKNBF. AND SUHTAINBD SUCCK84
which hs attended tha production of
1'lfUMALION AND llALATKA,
pronounced by tho
rnnrif! and tiik pitusa
la be the MOST CHAttMING COtlHUY
ever presented at this Theatre,
Mr. WALI.ACK is compelled to announce , .
TIIK LAST FUUU NKII1TS AND ONLY MATINEE,
HATUIttlAY. Nor. f.
Tha nlar will be ottered until then with.
TIIK MAIIVEbMllfH OPTICAL ILLUSION OF THE
"lilBSOLVINO STATUK." . .
byProf. TOrtlN. of the Polytechnic Institute, London.
Due notice will be given of the first eppearance of Mr.
JOHN lltLHKllT, Mr. KDWIh. Miss EVVlK OEIIMON,
Miss HOSE ClKlllLAN, Mrs, JOHN 8KKTOM,
BOOTlrH THE A TIIK, llOUCICAULr
LAST TWKI.VK NIOtlTS OK
Mr. and Mrs. DION IIOUCICAI'I.T.
snd last renrrsentstlnus of nsw lirsms, Kl'.rtltr I or
Nllltll' AND MOIININtl.and JESSIP, llltOWN, Mr.
IIOl'CICAUl.T a Kerry. Miss AUNKS KOIHUtrSiiN
(Mrs. lioiielesiilt) ss Jresle, Mr, SIIIF.L IIAItltV si Css.
sidy, Mlas K ATK NEWTON ss Mrs Desmond.
LAST llOlll'ICAtfLT MATINEE but ONI: on SATUIt
DAY NEXT st 3 o'clock. KKltltV
snd JESilK lillQWN,
tJOOTII'H THKATItK, NK1I.SON.
J The msnsgrment reipeclfully annonncea a limbed
engaiemrnt with the besntlful and talented Epgllsh
artiste,
who will mskeher FIIIST Al'I'KAliXNCK In AMKIUCA
on MONDAY EVE.NI.Ntl.NOVEMIIKItH, In ber clf
brsted tmpcrio&atlonof
JULIET,
In Shakespeare's rrsnd trsgedy of
Itl) M EO AND J U LI ET.
GmnsnK-r.AFOOST.N DALY.
LAST WEEK (but two) OF ItOI CA110TTE.
LAST MATINEE (hot t) ot IIOI CAItOTTE, SATUR
DAY. SMOnTLY A (lltEAT I FA I, SENATIOV by Mr.
At'llt'HTIN DALY, bsscd upon a popular Parisian
!!2!" UJ1 ! !
fTTII AVF..NFF. TIIKATItF.
) Mr.AUnifSTIN DALY. , Sole bene andVatieger.
Ultl I.I.I A NT COMEflY IIKVIVAl.t'tl
WEDNhHUAY, Nov. S-HIK INI ONHTANT,
TIll.'IWDAV, Nov. 7 TIIK INCONSTANT.
rillDA Y.Nov. -KVEltVll01)Y'S HtlEND,
MATINEE
SATUItDAT, add THE INCONSTANT.
EVENINO.l
A OAIIK.1IY 01' aiUstlC-l.t CCA
ITALIAN OITH' -T.ncCA.
THIS vWEDNEDAY) EVKN1NU, NOV. I,
AT 111 LOCK.
CltlSI'INO F LA COMAIO!.
Mtss CLAltA LIIU1K KKLLOUO.
FKIDAY, NOV. S.atSP. M.,
f.ll,71 III FlOAr.O.
MME. I'AULINE LUCCA.
I'VahA LOUISE KLLl.OOO.
SATUIIDAT. NOV. , at I P It..
(MIAMI LFCl A MATINEE.
r,i,,KATUKXo.uiiirK. 81(11U0AIlWAr.
Ml! JOSH HA ItT .. .. Lessee and Manager.
l lralweekof Mr. U. W JKSTHt. ,
the msn with the tstklng hand.
Flnt week of the new hnrlesine,
Ail-I-NES.
Tlie WOltltEI.L SlSTKt In the burlesque,
I X ION.
MATINEE WEDNESDAY ANTJ SATb'UUAY.
NION fUl"KK fllF.TKh.
PropritPir Mr. Sheridan Shook.
Mauager ..Mr. A. M. Palmer.
KIIIUTII WEEli OF AONES. , ,
the great loclely play, wruien hv sardou eipreuly for
WSs AONES ETHEL,
ZW&r&'SS'lfcl-mxr AT HALF-PAST ONE.
Miss Ethel's engagement at this theatre is limited I
one hundred nights,
I.Yll I'M' TH KATII K. MAItnK III FEUE.
I.AV WEEK A1MKI OPHltA IIIH'FFK.
Ibis fWedneaday) and to morrow ,fhurdfi eienints.
UAltllK lll.hllK llAlllIK IILKUh1
ardtlielalantprodlsry. KOMFO lilovrsi.
FII1DAV, laslllnieof ultlNDK llb'CIIESE. .
Men lay, Kov 11, Miss Lvdla ll.onpson andlroupe In a
new burlesque and full Corps de ballet. Usual prices.
IIION VI'A-TOIt'r OI'KltA iYorisK.
1 Jul ituWhltY.OPl'O.SlTli SPItlSH ST.
(IHEAT SFCtESt or EMI'HSON AND (HIANOEIt,
The nun Mess eu'ete caaracter artists.
EMElWIN ASH 1H.N(IER,
LITTLE MAtnlr. IIFNSOV.
MISS JENNIE flENSON.
TONY PASTOH IN IIIB NKWhjiT SllNtle.
HAItlllliAN AMI HAItT IN NKIV SKETCI1M.
Ladies sdiultted free on Friday evenlnjs.
AVHITK'S ATHKS HIMir
V V 51 Hruadwsr.uppoalle Nlblo's Harden.
IMMENSE ATTlt C HONS.
MATINEE.
MATINEE.
THIS DAT AT ! I Ml DAY AT J T.
Till" DAY AT !!:. Tlllh DAY AT 2 L
COME TO THE MAHSKK.
mAlVim IN SIIAKESl'EAItE'S
SITH1.IMK PLAY OF
MACHEIII
Coacludlng with the Itosrlusr Farce of
ATlt.l' TO WILl.lA.M.Illt'Ullll.
Y ' iYE'cnriCA'tTBACTION:"1-1'15
TO-DAV AT 2. 1 F.VKNINO AT S.
MI.1.K. 7.tlK ' The beautiful ULONDFS
In ANtiEI.OF MIDN'lonT. In Ilia bll.VLIl DEMON.
nbing JBnrtttB,
IKVIMI lAvfsiiS INTITl.TlllN,
1 90 IVAlilll-N HT.. NEW YOtlK.
SIX FEIt CENT. lNlr.ilE&T allowed on all 111ml.
Interest commences from first of Jsnnsry, April, July,
and October. Hank open dally from 10 A. M Int. P.M.
tVALTKIl w cONCKLlN.Fresldent.
Vihpibsilt L, Iivxtox, Secretary.
Ml TF A I, IIKNF.FIT AVIN(il II A NK,
1M Nassau it , itrs flriLtuao, New oaa.
Intereat commences on the first of rrery month st tha
rale of lit per cent.
IIiik novas from into dally 1 also, Monday and Sat
urday evening!. IH to an o'clock.
yKfT MIIK rAVIMl!S ll.NK,
154 SIXTH AV.. PETWEEN 11TH AND UTIt PTS.
Open daily from 9 to s, and on Monday, Medueaday,
and Saturday evenings from to s o'clock.
Money deposited uu or before Nov. 10 will drew in
terest from Nov. 1.
SIX FEU CENT DN ALL S''''
VTm. 11. AtLaa.hec. F A. lONKLIN'tl. Pres.
efmniuwl.
CKI'IIF.TAItV'M OFFICE. I'.ltlF. ItAII.
I wa liiiiipaiiy New York, Oct. .. IsTi.
Notlie li hereby glvn that the Irani! 'r books of
this Company will be closed SI its Oenersl office
on Ihe Till dsv of November, lTt, snd remain closed
till Ihe isth ilsy ot November, .iTl, when the books wilt
be reopened for transfers st the orare uf Dnncsn,shermsn
A Co wbohsiebeen appointed transfer sgenti of this
Cutnpaoy. by order uf lue Dssrd.
II N.OTIS, Secretary.
Susintsj vtunucff.
4 - Ol'I'IFJA I. Dlt.VWINd4.
A. e'ewtfckv staii: InrTEitipi.
KESTl'CKY-s was lias No. i'..'l. Nul S, 19.
J, 1 61, it. 2, . S4, it, II), 'it. I, IS, II.
KENTI'CKY-Clss No. ia. Nov, ,pci.
la, 1, f , r.u. 1. n, it. 60, m, m. 20, 11. iv.
SIltMONS .1 CO , llsuanera.Cutlligluli, Ky.
SHEl.lir COI.LKllE KxthA CLaa No.il, Nov. 3, UU.
711, , , 11, s. st, no, 18, is, 5J, M, 17, "4.
SHKI.IIY COLl.EOK -Ctas No. Rj. Nu. 3, PtTJ,
3, W, , 11,7. M, , 7. SS, IS, 1(1. SA, Jl, ITJ.
SMITH CO.. Msnsgers, Covington, Ky.
Information furnished snd clreulsrs sent by .1.
CI.UTE. linxer. l"i llrosdwsv. 1JJ tultoa St., and 2
Park row. Foil on.ee boa No, (,.
A- VOKTI.'NK In a toy. -New cannon or mortar.
No gunpowderi uo uingrrt must attraclhe and
aalablc ever Invented i paieni for sale.
MlLNEH.S8Westthst.
17(1 It HAI.K rhesp A nrst-rlasi home, fnrnishedi
'an be used as hotel or club house, Inquire al tt
From it., or at 20 Fair St., Newark. N. J.
STOCK snd natures of s custom tailor' store, si 20
Myrtle svenue, Ilrooklyn, for sale,
JBoatb anb jRoonis.
I'KV yonng men csn hste hnsrd snd plesunt
rooms 1 also two ladles, 211 Vi est villi it., between
:ih snd ih ays,
VKW gentlemen besrders wanted 1 IS er week t
table board It ; bath, gas, and parlor, io est Jnli
street.
A FFAV yonng men csn hsre good Dosrd snd single
beds al as Henry st.i 1 1 .SO per week, Call all week.
I.M'KNTMll Kll front rooms to III for housekeeping.
1 'j;j Uruome it., corner or Allen.
1" ,11! 11 Nihil ED room toltt, iiiltsble for houieTeep"
' log. Hardin row, corner llth at. and Clb av,
TA II (IK front room, nicely furnished, for I or 2 gen
J tic men, iulta!)le for geulleuian and wife, IsJV
licit 2,1!) at,
fllWO young ladies csn be sccominodsted with a
L ruoui fo wurk In ; uo objection to.a machine, ') 1st
av., fourth floor.
YVKI'l'-FI'lfifiKI roiuns and flrafclsss
IT bosrduiaybc hsd on moderate term al ilJ.lluu.
son at.
IA rr UTII A V. -Comfiirtsble rooms fur a few
.1' I geutlrmen or ladles with or without bosrd 1
siso, rooms lor boussaeeplDg.
Hoists anb dntrugtj.
V A NTKII A good sh.gle horse truik and harness.
11 Address, stsllug price, 4c, O. F P.O. boa 1,776.
J'titomil eJlotitt.
A 1.1. oltlcers, lallnra, soldiers, snd marines, wound,
ed, ruptured, or injured, huweier ahghtly, are emi
tted to pension. . Il, JACKSON, lair Surgeon I U.
Navy. ( New Chambers tt.
Joui'hIi; JJolitra.
BOHH IIOItSF.SIlOF.ItH will hold their reriTlar
monthly meeting Nov.l.lsn. at the Academy Hall,
Dy order. ,1. Il IIASSLElt, Frcaldenl.
Mar. MoNTooMaav, Peerelsry.
StltlHtlbll WliUlltO.
A (JF.lt 11 AN womtnwlahei s situation to do gene
,. riJ housework, sod a young girl to mind children.
".";,,,7ii0,r2"' "" HHIugton aud btantou sls
al M. II1LD s.
All KH P ECTAIII.F. woman waute to go out by
the day 1 11 a good washer sud Ironer 1 can give bet
of city relereuces. Cail at 1W East llroadway, lop floor.
AYOINII woman wishes work by the dsTTsucUas
wuhlngor houia clesulng, call st sin Ar, A.
Mis. N API!.
M10MAHTF.lt FI.FM IIF.lt M.-A young niiuluiT
X arrived desires lo go ss an Improver to (lie plumb.
Ing and gai flltliig business. Addien lur t dsys lo P. 11.,
Esat Ntw lurk, I101 (il.
W A NT Kll- by a young nurrieinuan. a'sftuatlon
11 where ho csn msko lilniaelf uiefuli Is a neat and
rapid wrllrri cm pile good reference orseriirlty. Csll
on or addreu ClIAISLES AAltON, 1S1 Chryatle st
basement, ' '
VV' ANTF.D I'lTliTJspsiinlng ofevi ry deicnplToii at
VI a low prlos. A ldieis JAl'ANNtil boa IJI, Sun
- -
Jmrntmtnl.
T, IIAltNl'.M'B tlltKAT HlloiVs
(Ute nippolheatron, Fait llth at., near Ttroadway),
KLEOANTLY RECONSTRUCTED AND ENLAROED
will open Monday Erenlng, Nov.il, at 1 o'clock, and
every day afterward from ll A.M. to 10 P. M,
Hippodrome performance at Sand 8 o'clock.
TIIK ailEATEBTSHOlV ON EARTH I
P. T. RAUNUM'S COL099AL TRAVELLING MU
SEUM, MKNAOF.ItlE, CARAVAN, ZOOLOGICAL
U A11DFN, IIllTOUItOMK, and DAN C09TEL
I.O'rl CHASTE, REFINED and BUrERII
CIRCUS.
ONE TICKET ADMITS TO ALL.
This rilrsordlnarr romblnatlon lias no parallel on
earth In the eitent, uniqueness, and variety of Iti at
tractions, More than a mllllonof dollars hsye been ex
pended In this last crown'ng effort of the proprietor, who
with forty yesra'eiperlence as manager, and this lavish
outlay of money, baa made It th most pleasing and
msrvelon combination or Instruction and amusement
ver witnessed. It Is attended and approved by the
unit refined classes, snd the Reverend Clergy ot all de.
nsmlnsllons. Families, Isdles, and othen, who ean
conveniently attend th day eihlblllon, will fiud them
less crowded thsn thoss of the evening.
Admission to tha whole, tncludlng.ieat In the balcony,
SO cents. Children under ten, half price. Sofas In Tar
quetle.33 cents eitra. Reserved cushioned armchairs
which msy be secured three dsys In adranee-ao centa
extra. In comequenceof tho enormous eipensa af this
establishment there will positively be 110 free list.
N''ofMEATM CENT SHOW.
Foot of Houston st, Fssl river. ,
NEW FEATURES IN THK ItlNII THIS WEEK.
rttANCOIS siMOitisr AND pupils, , ,
In thalr graceful poiei sndgtniosatlcs. Likes lie, their
perfectly trained
rEttronMiNn uoas in costume.
WM, MOIlllAN'.thelNVtNCIIILi:
llUitlH.K RIDE1. and II WIRIER Jt'MPElt,
THE WILD VAllLTINO AIIAIIS,
la their fearful leans snd lolly souierssull.
HASSAN .MAIiMOt'll, Urienlsl Juggler,
has Joined the Arsh Troupe, snd will apnesr.
Moss. (lOlMiUX, Crjstsl Equilibrist,
Miss BELLE ARMOll. Dsihtng EqucstrKuse,
hsve slso leen added to the attraction.
EVERY Ar-fKHNOON AND hVKMNll.
MENAOEUIE brbllsntly hghloil 110 at clgbt,
ADMISSION TO ALL, 25 CENTS.
Kl ' II I N MT K 1 N (' O N ( ' E It Tf. " ftelnwsv Hall.
Ittiblniteta and IVIenlawakl In chamlier Music.
TUESDAY. Nor. 12. WEDNESDAY. Nov, ttt,
FRIDAY. Nor. 1J and SATURDAY. Matinee, Nov 16.
The crest snd untversslly expressed desire to heer
RUnlRsTKIN snd WIENTVWSKI In chamber Music
has Induced Mr. (trail to announce a series of
CIIAMIIER MUSIC CONCERTS, ai shove.
Several eminent srilsts. Including Ve-srs.
I.OEWENIIEKD ( lolin), liKltllNER 1 Violoncello),
OOFFRIE (Viola). MATZKA (Vlois,
lisve been enirsced In sstst M-ssrs.
Ill'llINsTEIN and IVIENIAU'SKI
In the exposition of a branch of art lo which they hay
won specisl distinction.
Mile. LOUISE LIEIIHART and Mile. LOl'ISK Oil
MEN Y will also appear In approprlaio vocal selections.
Reserved sssta, 1 wu (2) Dollsrs.
"T .IIEIIICAN, JN-TITI TF. F.XTiTiiTtIII.N
A Af EJtfilltlllllN HAL'., (IN
THIRD AND SECOND AVS..UV lllisr,
LAST M KKKS. 1. .HT It FEES.
Open from 9 A.M. to 10 P. M. daily until S'uv.13.
(dolee muilc by KI'.AIINO'S rlNK KXI1IU1TION
ORCHESTRAL RAND Day and Eienlng.
Admission. V) centa 1 mechanics' tickets, In psoksges,
30 cents 1 childrvn. 2ti cents,
(lltANll PROMENADE CONCERTS WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY EVl.NIN'OS.
" I.VIElTrlllN'Jt"
" CALIFORNIA MIN.TnF.I,s.
W IIROADWAY. 7W.
THE MASTER TROUPE OF THK WORLD.
DEI.EHANTY AND HKNOLER.
hVKRY KVENINO AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
T. Msgulre si Billy Emerson Proprietors.
CAN I'll A NCNFirjl I NSTItKI,1.
l5sT. JAM I.STIlEATIOi.COR.VSTIl S t. AND Tl'WAY.
ENTIRE CIUNOE OF PIHHIlt MMK.
HOFSES CKOIVIIEO TO THE DOORS.
UlltCH, WAMROl.t) A HACK CSS
HAN FRANCISCO MINH HIKES
APPEAR EVERY KVENINO AT ,
SEATS SECURED SIXDAY3 IN ADVANCE.
Bit VANT'S OI'FltA IIOFMK, V:tD ST.
I very evenlnr sis, and Salarday Matinee at 2.
KINO KARliOT. KIM) KAItKUT.
KELLY aud LEON In Ihelr epeclahties
STEINVAY ct SONV
ORAND, syUAI.'F. AND LTRIOHT
PIANOS.
First of the (lrsnd iluld Medals of Honor,
WORLD'S FAIR, PARIS. IVt-I.ONRON, ita.
ONE PIANO EVERY WOltKINO HOl'R.
TEN PIANOS KVFHV DAY.
FVFRT PIANO WARRANTED FOR HVE YEARS.
Illustrsied Cstslogurs, wllb I'rlco List, mailed frse on
appllcstluii.
WARKIiOOMS, STEINWAY HALL,
lWsud 111 East llth st New York,
gnbiic olicts.
OI'I'IIKVIK COI UT. . "
In the muter of the sppllcstlon of the Depsrtment
of Public Parks for aud In behalf of the Mayur, Alder,
uier and Commonalty of lbs City of New York, relative
tu Ihe
oraiixn nr
EIOIITY-NTNTII STREET,
from Eighth avenue to the New Knad or Drlir, and
from 1 wclfih sieuue tu the Hudson rlter.
IN THE CI TV OF NEW YORK.
We. the nnderslgned Commissioners of Kattmst and
Assessment tn the shore entitled mstter, hereby give
nuttce to Ibe owner ur owners, occupant or occupants,
ot all hnuiee and lota and Improved or unimproved
lands aOict d thereby, and to all others whom It msy
concern, to wit t
Thst w e hsve complete our estimate and aiseiimenl,
and that sll persona Int-reated In theae proceedings, or
In sny of the Isnds sffeted thereby, and who may be
opposed to the ssme do present their objections In
writing, duly verified tn Jo 1 A. Flthlsn. Fsn our
Chalnnin, st the office nt the Commissioners, ft Nasssn
street iroum Jlitu Ihe sstd city, on or before tho M
day uf November, 172, sud thst we, the said Coinmls
sluners. will hesrjisrlles s-i ct'lecttng wiihln the ten
week -dsys next sfter the ssldM dsy uf November, snd
fur Hist purpose w 111 be In attend .nee st our said office
on each uf said ten days, at 12 o'clock M,
That ihe Uialrai t of the said climate and aasesiment,
together with our maps, and alo all the amiavlts. em
ulates, scd other documents which irerc used by us In
miking our report, hsve been deposited In theuflleeof
the Depsriment of Public Works in the city of New
York, f here to remain until the Sib dsy cf December,
IT72.
Thst the limits embraced by the assessment aforesaid
are as follows, to wit i All ttiote lot, piece or psrcels
of land, lying and being on Eighty-ninth street, between
the Eighth avenue and the New Road, and between
Twelfth avenue and the Hudson vlver, and extending on
either aide of rtghty-nlnth street, hslf the dlitancj lo
the neii street thereto. In Ihe clt) of New York.
Thst oor report herein will be presented to the Su-
rreine Court of tbebtste of New Ycrk, at a specisl
erm thereof, to be held In the new Court House st the
City Hall, lu the city of New York, on the llth day of
December, 1ST2. st the opening of the court on that day.
and that then snd there, or as soon thereafter ss counsel
can be heard thereon, a motion will be made thai the
slid report be confirmed.
Deled N'sw Yoaa.ucl. li, lbTJ.
JIlFI. A. FITHIAN,
JOHN' lllltlH ,
IlK'HAItll tlll'KER.
I oilililUaloneri
iiution HfjtlC(S.
,4 l'( TION SA l,F. of crockery, gluawsre. Ac
Henry Lotr, Auctioneer, sells on Thursday. Nov. 1,
a general aiaurtuicul lo suit dealers, liy order of
WM. ANDERSON, 71 llsrclsy st.
lJAMIJAN aV CO.. K Rowery, Aiicttoneers.-A
laclesring out ssle this day and evening of lew
airy, pictures, furniture Ac. , ssle s snd commissions
execuled,
fllisttllnntoiM.
IXliT OFFICE NOTICE. The mslls for Furore,
during the week ending tseturdsy, Nov 9, 1'TJ.wlll
c'oie at thl.i offlce on lleduesdsy at (H A.M., on rhurs
dsy st II A. M., and on bstunlsy st ) snd 11 A M.
F. fl. JOSl-. Pus'mailer
FjtHOfS, J, POPKtTllllO,
FIO IRON AND ALL MFTAI .
21 Pearl su near llcektuan. New York
TO 10 CENT!, for tatln wslTpaper, splendid s
11 sortinenl now cluslng uut 1 bordering one centa
ysrd. 2 l.lspenard st,
2)ou tiunnjiiii?;
l.vifllMTIHK, t'A It PETS,
V REDD1NO.
AT O'FARRKU.'S ViJ EIGHTH AV.,
( OltNEII OF JUII ST.
PAYMENTS TAKEN WEEKLY OH MONTHLY
1:'l'ltNlTI'ltK. carpeti, and ixdolng-Tbc largeit
' aasorlment ami tlie lowest prlcis for csv'j, or ou
weekly or niouthly payineuts. st
II. M. Coll PEltl'llWAlT'S, 113 Chatham St.
Y KKIl ifv'oil .11 ilNTIlf, V" FA Yll ENTr.
1 1 Carpels, furniture, iieddlng, Ac.i prices lower tbsn
any home in the city.
Iil'AI.Y f FNNINtlHAM,
3.1 and n 3.1 av.. neir I'lh st.
Srbiii Qliuljiius.
t 1. 1, kinds nrw sewing machines for sale, to rent, or
I exchange! alo, bought and repaired 1 iroo 1 second,
bind very cheap, montuly piyinemi, lil Csiisl st.
I-7Olf rA l.i: A Wheeler A Wilson's snd a S.ogcr'a
'sowing uisiblne, a good as new, for U. 31 Csual
si., lop floor.
yiiisifiil Jiwliiimiitts.
pi'. 1,0 1 11 FT, I'El.TON aV CO.'fs
STANDARD OIlOANtf.
21,001 now in uie.
WAHt.JOOMS, Stl ni'.OADWAV, MV Vlihlt
tend for a circular.
u 11 1; t "oi'FKit i-iiiTTiaTe tVA I i.Ri." oi
il llroadway, New Yolk, w III dispose uf l.sM'llNOS,
MEl.(lliEONandOIil.M, ot ifs first rlas maters
Including Malera's.at VERY LOW PHIi ES FORCASII
or psrt csh, snd balance in iniallinoiillilylnitslltnriiti,
the same to lei, and rent applied If puriiiaied. New 7.
octavr first'Clasi PIANOS, modern improvements, for
liiScssh, Now ready a CONCEIl lOPAIII.Oli OIKIAN,
the most beautiful style snd perfect tone ner lusde.
Sheet muilc and muilc mercliiudiae.
HACltlFICF-llesutlful new 7octave rose,
wood piano, ovenlrung bsss, sirpeiitlne esse,
carved legs, lyrr, Act patent sgrstf, si.liiidld luusi less
than half cost 1 price, ins. Private bouse, 17Hlasoii
si, nesr Myrtle, lirookliii,
lJEA I'TI I'L 1. 7-octave rmewood plino 1 every tin
11 pruictucul 1 tijOj Inilslliueuie takru 1 I IV monthly,
bay! CAHLE.Oumhss.'
ClHICirERIMl rusrwool pliuuforle, "lo perfect
1 order 1 ouir f i i 1 barguui
J. UlDliLE, 13 Mavirley plsce, near llroadway.
I,l,l'.ISANT7urtavrnsewend plsuoforte only ITU.
ilJAMESHOHHON.IlKIUIeeckir tb.nesr Micduugsi;
Cill TO fjlvt.t buys ruod iccond hsnd pliuoa,
OtJV tonwuod, csfieil leirs, e ,at
MhliriltLL't-, Uuleuiuirs.
yta Cifalt.
HOI HOI I IIO t 11 FOR (II.ENIIAI.KII
I LOTS. AT fl AND I0 PER MOhalf. .
PRICE flM AND UPWARD. , I
OnU II minutes from the centre of Drooklyn I I
Only ) minutes from Ihe ferrr I I
Lot fronting on Myrtl av. of Prooklvn I I
40 new houses slresdy erected on graded street 1 1
New building gone; up 1 1 1
Early and lafeatesm trslnsl C
Stores, schools, and churches at Olrndsle snd 1 Icintlv, 7
(JU lols slresjly sold and paid for In full by an mdus- '
Irlous and risnectable class of citlxens.
We Invite all who are In earnest and want to see.nr a
home that will enhance In value dslty, lo cum snd aes
our property 1 goon to the solid rround'ilookatthssnr.
ronndlnis 1 bring your w Ives, yoor chlldron, and frleu .1,
without coal I ,
FREE EXCURSION Iir SPECIAL TRAIN,
TIIURiDAY, NOV. 1, IsTI. ,
Train leaves the South Side Rsllrosd Deoot from foil
of south Sth it . tMlilanuburgh,at Ity.MA. M. Return
at 1 o'clock P. M.
In case of settled rain, sicunlon will take plica os J
Friday. a
Me un hand early and calculate tor delay la streetcars. I
No one showed to attend without a Head. I
Nn tlek' ta given at depol. 1
All tickets must be spplted tor In person or by a re. I
sponsible party st the office ot tha Ot.ENDALB LOI I
ASSOCIATION, 81 CHDAR ST, ROOK t. I
JOHN C. sOllOOLEY. rresldent. I
'lEItK. JOHNSON, JR.. J.-.M. OlllSON, Auc
ej lloneeis.
ORAND AtmiMff FESTIVAti, , t
OILT EIM1F.I) HU II (1 It II OF NEW YOIIK,
44 VERY CHKAM OF CHOICF. PLOTS AND I
2 ELEOANT MODERN VILLAS,
st Auction st f
BEROF.N POINT. HAYONNF. CITT, N. J
on Monday, Nor. II, al2.;0o'olock, j
on the premises, rsln or shine. I
30 select lols sdjacanl to the railroad stallon.Cn Ar. "
(', mti, Hnmphrrrs, snd Meigs "Is.
It very choice lots, on (he betntlful Av.Sandlth it.,
neaf Trinity Church. Alio,
3 elegant modern villa houses on Av. S.
Finest property offered this sesiuni 20 minute frot)
New York 1 commutation lesi thin sttgefstci tioalll,
bestity, and accessibility.
(Ireat iei nlatlun. Free collation st hotel,
(irafulla Rand. The renownsd Harrison's enteMtln 1
ment. 1
If wel the tale will take place at the hotel,
For frr excursion tlekcls, mips, sml Informitios.
snplrto JERK. JOHNSON, Jr., 21 N'sisiu st.. New
York, .or J. M. UIUSON, 27 Montgomery it., Jersey
Cily, J
7?OK HA I,E-Fonr itery brick tenement nous) wilt t
two stores, ansitllU, price, IO"i tnortgsga 1
f7.nci rental, l,7IAi eisiulue It. 87!Uoldst., nesrCili I
Hal), Drooklyn. j
rf0C rillf nut) to ill.
A I'AIIT.lIENT.ttolet of I room, with water snd ,
il slsttonsry tubs, In honses East si'li St., between ll i
and 2d avs.: rents per monih, f 13, IK, 117, aud tli. lu- I
quire at office, SJSKastaiCi at I
STEAM POtVlflt to let n roon Vx7i) feet, will I
stemy power, JOHN MCLAREN, ad and (lrsnd sti,
Hubukrn, K. J.
t llll KF.K large and light shopi for any hndneis pur ,
J poses to let. Apply un premises, 27 Jackson at, '
UPPER PART of building, corner Eldrldgeanl
(lrsnd, over Oppenhetm's shoe store 1 bait locallo
on the street for dining or oyatcr ssloon, dentist 01
photographer.
rNI'l'lt MMIIHIl apartments to let.aullablo fot
housekeeping, at r.l '.Vest (Uh st.. belwven Ilrosd.
wsy and tth ar. Apply In the house to Mrs, BCHWARZ.
"WANTED Suite ot 4 rooms on second or shirs'
11 floor, unfurnished, for small private fsmlly, al
moderate rent. Address C. C. If., 110 Washington at.
Sfeippmg.' ,,..,'. I
ANCIIOli I.INE HTKA.Iir.ltS 1
Ssll every lleUnesdiy anil Saturday to and Iron) f
(llasgor, Liverpool, Londonderry, and Queenstown. f
Passengers buoked to and from any railway atttlon Is k
Great Prlialn, Ireland, Norwsy.Sweden. Denmsrk,Osr f
uisny, Hollsml, llelrlum, and the United states,
AT LOWEST CFRRENl Y RATES. '
Drsfts on the Old Country for sny smount.
Apply st ths Compsny's offices, 7 llow ling Drees.
HENDERSON ilHOlHKlU, Agents.
171111 (j 1 'V. en st oiyv a'nii "i.iv'Kii : P0T1 u
4 rarryluir the United Statea Malla.
MINNESOTA sifls Wedneiday, Nov. 6, at K A. M,
MANHATTAN sails Wednesday, Nor, 1.1, al t P. M.
Cabin pissage, gold. Steerage, fcM currency.
Drafts cn Englsnd, Ireland, it r.
WILLIAMS etOUIOV. 1
Vt Ilrosd ay. New York
I''foit'tilVsTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
Royal Mall steamers sre sppolnted to sstl si follow! I
CtlV OK ANTWERP, Thursday, Nov. 7, 10 A. M.
CITY OF IHtt'SSELS, Saturday, Nov. . 12 M.
CITY OF LIMERICK. 1 hursdsy Nov. II. 2 F, M.
CITY OF PARIS, Salurdsy, Nov. 11, 2 P. if.,
and eaih succeeding Thursday and Sslurdsy, (ret
Pier s, Noun Hirer.
RATES Or PASSAGE.
First csbln. ... 73 sold Steeraie.. .. IS) currency
Passengers alio foraardrd lo Havre, Hamburg, Sws
den, Norway, and Deumsrk st reduced rates.
Tickets csn be bought here st moderst rstesbyper
10m wishing to send for their friends,
Fur further lofonnstlon apply al the company's omen
JOHN O. DALE, Agent, li Ilrosd wsy, New York. (
QNY.YFinfcT USE TO FRANCE.
Ths Oenersl Transatlantic Compmy'i slesnsri fcr
Ilrrst snd llsvrr ssll every alternate Saturday. Eicur.
slon tlciets st reduced rates. Apply st the oillce of
UEORUE MACKENZIE. Agent,
MF osdwsy
ffVlIF NATION A I. I.INE OF M PEA ll-ill I I'll
J WEEKLY TO ul EENKTOVVN AND LIVERPOOL.
lORIMtlHTLY to and from LONDON DIRECT,
from Piers 11 snd 11, North river.
TO QUEENSTOWN AND LIVERPOOL.
SPAIN, iltsre.ssinntsv, Nov , stUM. 1
CAN ADA, Webster, Salurdsy, Nov. is. st 3 P, M. '
OHM'CE, Andrews, Ssturdsr, Nov. st ID A. II, .
EGYPT, Urogsn, Saturday. See. K). at 3 X P. M.
FOR LONDON DIRECT '
ERIN, Lawsoo, Tbursdsy, Nov. 7, at to A. M.
DENMARK, Sumner, Saturday, Nuv. It, at 3-1) P, M.
HOLLAND, Ursgg, Wednesday, Nuv. 27, st I Jl) P. M
Cabin psassge 1,3 and 13 currency
Steerage .12 currency
THESE 8TE.S.MSIIIPS ARE TUK LARUEST IN THS
TRADE.
Prepaid steersge tickets frum Liverpool, Queenitown,
Londonderry, Olaagow. ur London. $32 currency.
For further Information apply at the Compauv's office,
No. OUroadway. F. W. J. Ill'P.ir, Manater
OSDONO VA N RO'SMA. National Llnei'iUllroib
way: cabin pa'aase. f M , superior sleersgs ac
coinmoilallou, tif. Wednesdays sud Salurdsy
Sif,imbo,i!j unb ruiltijuj. V
I JO It chsrter to target comnsnles snd excnriloni I
Sl.lewheel steamer Pope t allln. For terms spplr I
atctr.ee Morrisanla S. II. Co., Moll listen, N. Y. I
ijlatlitntiji.
W A NTKII A good seronddisn l engine with cul.
11 off, with full description snd price. Aildres
ENUINEElt.SUtlreenpoInt V ).,!. I
.fltnusttij.
4 IITII'ICIAI, TEHTH a specialty, -Reauttfui
il tei th In 1 srtlsl sets from 1 1 each upwsrd 1 sets from
110 upwsrd. Perfect filling mien iieed at
J.C. i;ENNI.Di'S.l4lluwer
UltblClll; J ,
nll.COIIIIF.TT of 20 Centre at. can be consulted
with the moil honorsule runndence un prlrste di
easesi a practice uf lOyearseuables nlin to gusrintra per
lnanenliures, or no charge, uffice hours, 9 A. M, 10 S P H.
tottssionnl IniBs.
l.l. nnfertunstei. be wlsel Knuw jour dlseaii!
Msn) cunstitulious sre ruined by negieit and lui
proper treatment. Consult tin moil experienced ph
slclsni will cure permanently snd speedhi sll set tl
dlsrss-s, no mstter how long sUmling, Nervous drblli
t . linpolrncy, rheumstlim. psins, sud all skin dliessrs (
Mlir, store jour health and toil maubood completelj.
Dr. DEHAt'T.Jii Houd il
TTENTI0n", Twenty yesrs' Prussian hosoltal
experience. Piles and ikln dl'eaiei, even of loot
stsndlng, luccc.sfully snd pernianeutly cured I li
mitation free. f)r. FRANKLIN. HI nieeiker st
DlirklNIS cures sll dellrste dlseasei snd
derengenieiiiei on.- rlilt sutnclenl . conaullst .us
strictly prtvsle. It Amity St., nesr lirosdwsj , onus
hours from s A. M, to s P. M.
TTKN'TIO I - Advice free Mine DKP.lllO.
KM Weal r.th it 1 lsales speedily cured st one Inter,
view, snd bosrdlug Uurlug sickness Medicine only t!.
A" SPEED V crUEfor all unfortunstes by lr 11.
D. 1H1INHLE, tW Weil Will st nesr tth sv
sltologn.
t TTENTION I KNOW THY DENTIN Y.
A KOltEtV ARN'ED IS FOI'l-'.tltMM". ,v
UUTO 133 (ISl'ST.. nET. nltOADWAY AND1TH AV
liVl.OO REWARD FtHI II Kit ECU' 11 ,
Censiill Ihe best rlalrvoysnt of the age 1 tens evrrj
Filug, giies Inck In love slid business 1 brings together
lUi sc long separated 1 speedy msrrlsgcs lucky uo .b rs.
ATTENTION I -Consultations un'ouainesi, Isw
suits, enemies, losses, absent frhnds, loie, rnir
rlsge, ilcknras snd death 1 pay refused unless ntlinel,
llAllAME SIMini.tlalrvoyaut, H sixth avenue
ATTENTION I -MADAME PORTER, eeresi, bed
In Ihe world. Couiuli her for ever) Hung. LT.f
numbers. FecSOcenis, Carmine st, near Dlecc.
Nogcnti.
i'fTIIOI.IKilVP. - Madame RAPIIAEI ." fr ' 0
A Paris, it) West Jvth St., Between ith snd it
Fee. Siv.
MADaIFe if. IIO-S, medlcsl slid I'Us.nesn s
volant, III West (Hill it., belweeu Krosdnsr and
7th. av Consult hi r en all affairs ol life . iisii e of '
iuu insrry snd ilsllorsi the wouderful rlurin of A.esu
lara causes ipeedy msrrlsgrsi iliowi llkeiie, brings
together those loug sepsrsted, lucky numbers
MUM. ilirOE'DlTli"rwcll known"" triieT g.f""j
Isdv.Sl jears. for giving true inlormation m tu
sitslrs through life, regard tu health, wealth. tnir.a.,
absent frlrndi, lawsuits, ilckursisudile.itb li Iran ,
near Csnsl it.
MISH WKI.IslXtsfoN'rt predlelloni srecerti n
Hie learns )nu how to succeed In business, ob'sia
wealth, reclaim drunken and uufaltliful husbands, s-1
gltei all Information desired, Rrildeuco U'J Den ' '.a
II . i.esr tlh sr.
l ,11 E. F. tells names, date of mams .. snd sr 1 u
ill wish 10 know i lucky numbers pusiiisc Fee, jiv
CV2 lien llheiker ib
Al AllAJIK'jONK'i.'forlune'le'ii'r, she his a
ill equal, IJI south FHthar. 1 u -. Uf . gems, tl
MAOA.ll VATTS,"only reliable colored asir. i
glsl, SJj w nt ;ttihureir,lictwccintlisuili'i
AIIAIIi: ll, biulnr'si clsTrvojant, f'"sf"''
III 60cenlatol. m lnh it., belweeu lib and ih s.
0-(IINA"lTllai'ia"iiie IIYRON. splrTlualisl'itie lib
av., has returned from Europe. Coniultslions,
EsitJIitit, .
rilllEWONDHItl ! l.sitroloilit.Mine '")
L (isdav., near 12th tl. Her equal uot tube Mat 1
No tents. .
Tir.,ptt
,s 10 o.ooo M,f::.v AJ. ' VUV;;S If:
treat ur.rhslled business and ui di si risirioisni si j
il.inlusiiii.csn bee u-uiledonso tHyi of .te js use
ipe dy u.srrine,l)r ,gloithr-''
leiii nsn-.e ltd di if niitrisv, laforiist' tosi
lull tioiaiHlaillou.no.ps;. uf IJsy., crtr HUst,

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