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Wr; 'J' ' THE EVENING WORLD? TUESDAY, OCTOBER flj IMT. '
BLsKbe bulls mye it to-day. WsT ' Efjrf WMOHEDBEITLEMIOTOPBRiDINaTEOO- HEE': BLBS CAUSES A SHARP RALLY. H&"' r ommos fBfcaTce ofKeadlog Stock Change H&. Hads at Adruiclnc Price Home of the IHE ft Bnyer Ik Brie and Wntere Indlng HTtl ' a Gd Deal of Money on the Htreet tt( , Feature, of To-Day market. H ' . Wall BransT 8 r. v. Bp, Thabeart started out well this morning, Kf pari, usual of late, felt for weak spots In MrSf,"' market. They toon found on in Kk the case of Union Pacific, and In a BHr twinkling bad the stock down about two HKh points, depressing the prici to 84. Tho fljti pace was too hot to last, howeror, and It was HKr'j desaonstrated before 12 o'clock that there Mtttjte ' nt powerful party at work on the opposite HCr- tack. Humors that the Northwest roads were HHp tiring of the fight was the first thing Rr to . call a halt in the selling mo-rc- K$fL, 'mmi. Then came tho report of the 9H(' St. Paul for the first week of Bm v October, showing a deereasa of less than Hk$V $9,060 on the earnings of 1880. This created H;, genuino surprise, but the CTont of the day HrC ' " announcement that the Heading LsoHtfiV syndicate had bought out the holders of tho gVflH?, First Series 6s, and would now proceed in KjVi' tho vork of reorganization without fore. Ri4 closure. gaE, V.i When this became known large orders ap. HJ iJh peered in the market for Reading, and thou. HRm J. sands of shares were taken from B9K up to fe-V About 63. All the pounding by the boars was p' '- 'Without effect, and stocks odTanccd 1 to a B( per oent. right through the list. The bulls K! v carried the day, and after the lively shaking HPt tip recelyed by them of lato, were corre- B.'k'! spondlngly Jubilant. K'.-i". Work, O'Keefe & Co., who haye been Htt v prominent of lata in this stook, took 6,000 Kjff Beading; Drake and Work, Strong A Co. K .took o similar amount Gory bought 4,000, HRfY-v Chopin 3,600, John B. James, Brown, Nlcho- Hw , Jas and Moore & Sohley 9.000 eaoh. BfY,V The take Erie and Western Company is HEM reported to b lending something like $760,- RV 660 on the street. Probably this prosperity H yi us had some Influence with tho disgruntled UK? -', bondholders of the other railway companies My now in process of reorganization, as it hi ra announced to-day that the Buffalo, Boohes. HI; 7 ter and Petersburg has at length secured a K?Jk Bettlement with its inoome bondholders, the HB latter having at last agreed to accept 60 par KP r cent, of their olaim In new consolidated H , bonds. w, Money was easy at a 8 per cent. KQir Foreign exchange ruled firm and the H&T postal rates wars generally advanced to .01 Ktev and 4.88K. Vf i Exports of produce and merchandise from " this port for the week ending to-day, $0,- Bfr 880,022. HK Tms nounss. gagSe? op... jrivk. ttt. oim, K,IV Panada Renthern MX oS tiu M flflRT PuadlVwAaii ei si oof? bo'J KV Pfotnlriciao, ni al si at Hst; PUt.. OjU, c!. lid 66 mk 5 Mi ' OHoTljurl. I Qnlncj 1S9K111 1J4K131 WfS( ewiSorthweatpfu 1.0 HO 10 li5 aaneWL Wo7rMTj.AHt.PaoI.... iht lift 7SK U eaeaE . CM..; MIL int. Paul ntA llstf lU JjsQ 111 M, iiijSfe::::::::: M 8 $& W R1 , .Tnn., V,o 01...... 10 ' lo' j4 10J K? .T.nnJ V.Ifi.adpfd... TtU lOu lJx Bt.t' . ntrploop. Afe.t.ro 1(3 isB Hv is3 BBfCr odMlHuhTUU., ........ B7U (WM 67M D4K Bmkv JSf.KrSJWei'tixnr.i'.n;"'.! lift fjM JT 1H BtVl J (.TXTBr Wetn....... M M H3 N34 M! HobU.iohio...... io2 io! io;l ioO ' V. V., ChleuraSi St. Louit... 15 fail iSW fflW kE', Si X-i J-S'( Jff!' "K ??H 36H V$ Mt IfcSsa'rfrift "1" I9 ef T yAS.F.'.'!::::: ?J SH ?58 ?I8 H: aiffisrf:::::::: fi SSS ! S K SEfeLnui:::::: a M lH Mfp ' rft?M"i.wv S6 tMW 85 8W K PUUdalphisa Itudlnc MX Q Sv 6irj Hfji' PhlUdilpbUOu..,. W K0 Pit wmm' A Pnllnun PaUMOarOo.u.... K0U 11DV HOV IK Jpll.iAVeasnllljTr. pld.. 6 l 81 SK Bj. Pol A Omihl 10 0i 40 401 Hp t!Cmi$fu5rrapidi:;;; its 'h ii? " HS& Txupa8..,..,...,. aii m m as( K' tesfi.::::::::: S3 a pg Sl JV4bM&.Sw.tonli4PoljJ)... go 18' 1; 1 KJt I TwKirn Union Tltrpb 70U 77,0 IfSl 77U K . Tbo Grain Market. HR ' T6e tone of tie wheat market to-day bu been K dull and depressed following tae fall estimates on Htift the crop given In the last report of tne Asrlcnltnral R'V. Bureau, and the reported Increase of over Wfj X 800,000 bushels Is the visible supply for the f week. The heavy movement at the west Is not re- n assnrlnx to bull operators and the Inactivity in the Hlj. . each market and the shrinkage in vol- Rv, nmo of the trading tor the foreign account fi't 'sneonrages the bears to go un selling Btr . h0 market. Cable advices were featcreleu. BE-'--i ' frlces were steady to-day In the options, at about Kf?, yesurdsy's rsnge. November selling at sivc., mfty JBeeeatber 8Ja , January B3c , May eso. SBBlVv L The Fetrolenm Market. HE' There was considerable activity shown In Hfc, 'speculative dealings In oil to-day, and the BBi' .-li istket was firm all the forenoon at a Kt ' Msher range of prices than at last even- jV( tug's close. It looks somewhat as It n.1 the bulla, had Inaugurated a determined carp. Wmui paten, and were prepared to exert every effort to Hl Pe nP Prices. The short Interest Is believed to be Cf eonslderable. The deld news was rather bearlah. Ki At noon oil was selling at 63 X. Kgl The Cotton Market. R Speculation in cotton futures waa moderately Hw. active again to-day, and the feeling In u3 the market appeared to bo firmer than B, at the close yesterday, and the selling B, of the bull operators which, was a feature of tho Ht: trading yesterday, wag not so noticeable. The Brj bears are still somewhat nervous, and there was a H, disposition shown to cover during the early hours Rbi ol trading UMlay. Hl The Coffee Market. HK The cable advices Uvday reported the TJavro Klt Biarket quiet at an advance of u francs alnce the KT opening, in the local market trading was quiet Br and without speolal feature of Interest, prices K showing an advance of S a 10 points river last r . k Bight's closing figures. Hk Tips Vroas tho "Evenlac World's" Ticker. H? Both facUona, bulls and bears .game to the back. HPf boas. HK Tunny opening on change to-day, and f 7erlh sMag.' tradnig following It. HS Has the Reading settlement been made jetT la jw the popular query on the street to-day. HkDK. The bears say that the B. and O. deal will make gRj. things lively yet before Its actual consummation. HP Henry Clews saya that better times for the bull Mm: Interest are rapidly approaching, but not here BJHfL, C.ultq jet. WEw' How will the market got Moore and Schley ssy wKmaS that the drain on the banks has stopped, gold con. nft Uaues to cose from abroad, money wllfbe easy, KTO.r r jjjij Bndar normal market condltlotu we should have an active adyanoe. Ht Bow about Henry VUlard'a reported purchase of KlTv 'Oregon liavlcatlon as at DO, and to.ooo shares of Bj'Jl' Orocn and iTaasoonUneniai at a less figure t The Big5' street says It's a fact. air. Vulard says "No WtfiHL, and he ought to be pretty well informed on tne WswiV ; sr&leev EfllR.'J' ApromlneasBneraberof the Exchange aays to- Qur v 4ay that at tbo stockholders' meeting, scheduled HE:? ter the Kth IniL , something win occur to shake up nH ' the tramifer question very materially. lie Is a wsL 0 5!! tV QUTihr ?d U P0lHUsr,Jr supposed to Hk Th sweet has It towlay that the Union Paolflo j, saloss.'i reasresd 6m Boston last Buurday in K'( ( asaMusw Wt t alsistant frasss of mind. Intact. Wff; ',, tesy wars Ttry wad at something, and as a result gt .. , mjf&EfJ K1 carry tho Ofsgoa B"rv ,' , WWfMsssSJsjjslSI,, UsnHVMCwaiLMHnMBfliBBLlBKkLsnHJSAJtA 3SSa9iE3B9HV'' a JPBILAMT TTP03. Tbs Btrlkloa Book Compositors Bolleva Thsy Will Carry the Day. Two hundred and twenty-five striking book compositors are nwscniblod at Pythagoras Hall, in Canal stroot, to-dny, discussing the prospect of tho success of their effort to make nil tho book printing houses "card offices." They arc in good spirits. Hecretary De Baun. of tbo Typothetie, or employers' association, sent won' tbnt ho would accede to tho terms of tho new scalo and employ union men only. E..P. Colin & Co. also agreed to tho terms of tho union. The seventy compositors employed by Thoodore Do Vlnno did not return to work this morning because of their employer's re. fusol to recognize the card rule. The com. mlttce said that unless Mr. De Vlnne came to terms before night all tho hands in his es tablishment would go out. Tho offices now on strike aro as follows t Huntor A Beach, Hewitt, Trow, A. O. Bher. wood. Middloditch, Bmlth A McDougall. De Vlnne, Tyrrell, Drummond 4 Neu and E. Putnam. Tho union committee decided not to send any one to represent the strikers before the Stato Board of Arbitration and Mediation, now in session at the Metropolitan Hotel. Tho State Hoard of Arbitration reoolvod a letter this of tornoon from Secretary Belmont of tho Committee of Typographical Union No. C, baying the committee had no power to submit the strike to arbitration. Another lettor was rcooived from Mr. De Vlnne, representing the employers. He saysi " Tho Typothetro decided to stand by their refusal to becomo card offices and accept the consequences of a strike. Wo are exceedingly obliged to you for yonr prompt response to our wishes, and deeply regret that tho persoveranco of a fow un thinking men who dominate the Union ehould make your mediation impossible. The em ployers are united, and have no doubt of their ultimate success." It was reported that the men in Harper Bros.' establishment and those in threo other large houses would quit this evening, their omployers having refused to agree to their demands. It is also expected tlint tho bands in twenty-five other printing-offices will not return to work to-morrow morning unless the new scalo is granted. It is believed that over five hundred men will go out. Tho employing printers aro holding a meeting at 27 Murray street this afternoon to agree upon a plan of action. All the offices on strike are ptoketed by the union men, but everything is orderly around them. tiiei will nam? IT out. Tbi Brassworkers and Their Employers Fall to Compromise. At the meeting of tho State Board of Arbi. tration and Mediation this morning a letter was received from the Chande lier Manufacturers Association say ing that its Executive Committeo had bcon delegated to moot a committeo from tho Executive Hoard of tho Brass-Workers' Union for a final conference concerning tho lockout. Walking Delecate Ford, on behalf of the Brass Workers Union, said that they tvero glad that tho manufacturers had coneented to hold a conference with (hem, and the Executive Committeo were ready to act. Commissioner Purcell suggested that the conference be hold immediately. The commissioners end the representatives of the press then withdrew aud loft tho manufaoturors nncl tho Executive Committeo of tho brass workers olono to try to come to an amlcablo agreement as to the Saturday half holiday. Tho conference lasted two hours, and at 1.45 o'clock the commissioners were sent for and the announcement inado by the manu focturers' committeo that thoy would not hold any further negotiations with the oommlttoa of tho Unitod llrassworkors, and would treat only with their employees individually. Mr. Ford said he wanted it understood that his organixatlon waa notresponsible for the fail, uro to arbitrate the matter, and the blame should rest on the manufacturers. He thought the fight wonld continue more bitterly than ever. Michael Davltt a Knlsht of Labor. PiTTBBuno, Oct. 11. From private cor respondence rocelvod in this city it is learned that Mlohael Davltt, the Irish agitator, was initiated into the K. of L. in Indiana is re ported. It 1b said that Davitt is. commis sioned to organize assemblies of the order in Ireland. B. illl k I III. I8!ii Street, 19th Street and 6th Avenue (18th Street Station Elevated Road) HAVE NOW OPEN LADIES' TRIMMED BONNETS AND ROUND HATS. Imported and Our Own Make and Are also Prepared to take orders. Speolal attention given to Hats for Mourning and to Match Cos tumes ; also for Evening Wear. Mil Streetjl" Street and Sixth Avenue. 4MTI.FA1NT. nowAYoc-yn NEWYonKEnMADjt nis sweet. UKAHT WA.8U OVV TUE UOUUK. lit MinlDi to take bar in th thutio, tnd knowing bat Moalurtt bapot ft powder pail and a box of roup a InhUpoakat. Waaoabaaaao djwn atalra ha aaw tEa &u " daooratad " aa uuU. lla immedlalalj pollaa oat iaaia io4 powdar and paioud nlmw.H up. 1 ' Onlr Duluuf uyMlf bandaoma," " 1 will uotri out with juu ilka that." " It w.uld mortify ma u death." " WelU.ut r u-re inrt the aaina." " That'a a diHerenV thin-." "Wall, I'll make a bareain. If you will with on your paint 1 will wash off mine, and I will make voq aDraaeni ol lit txiiea of the fernona Dr. OAMr'UBU.'B BAKK AltaKMO OOMPLEXTOM VMrBRB. Tn, you wtU aararhanto 'oaub' yoorawoatfaoaacaln." BhaWMMmajjry pnity atartul, aoiUaa Sulay Jf'Qjfc !Wt ZM rrest 1Mb U StnTvA, Stern Broil's WILL Continue to Offer DAILY In their various departments. SPECIAL AND DESIRABLE BEAU. 32 to 36 West 23d St. AND 28 to 85 West 22d St. $3,750,000.00 AtrMd psvJd to mor tha 1,000 WIDOWS AND 5,000 ORPHANS of the deceaaed membara by the otiat. mmiTii Fin LIEE ASSOCIATION, Home Office, Potter Building 38 Park Row New York. ThU AeeootaUon oontinnea to I urnlah LIFE INSURANCE AT ONE-HALF THE USUAL COST. IT HAS ffi 1 ,260,000.00 Cash 8urplUB, 2,000,000.00 Assets. It la paylnc in caah mora than S4.000.00 Per Day to the Widow and Orphan", one death olaim b!njr Pid oa an aforaca of averj day In tba joar 1U Oaab Surplus U Incrtaatnf at tho ratnof moro than $1,000.00 Per Day, Thla Aoelation haa alroadj MTedtnlta rotmbtn bjr rd action of pramlama. aa oomparml with tha ratoa chn4 by tha moaopol llfa ihaiuiiioa oompA&Jaa, nor than $14,000,000.00 SAVED. Further partloolara farnlahed at noma Offloa, S3 Tuk Row, New York. Board of Directors and Council Officers of Mutual Reserve Fund Life Association. BDWARD Tl. HATtPEn, Praeldent, New York City. ALFUGU TAYLOU, Vloo-I'tenldent, Attorney, New YorVOItr. UUAHliES R. DISSEIX, Traaanrar, Oapltaliat, New YorkUltr. Hon. niCNRY OVKR8TOLZ, PrsaWenk rtfth Na tional Bank, ei-Mijor. Ht. I.ouli. Mo. JOllN J. AOKKR, I'aat Urand Uaatar A. O. U. W., BAjftlKL A. ItODINSON. M. D.. Ohalrman InreaV. ment OommlttM,. Wan New Brighton, Btatan Ialand, N Y. VM. II. tlllutVN. Wholaaale Drul . RalttmonL Md. ANTllONY N. BRADY, I'realdent Mnnloipal Oaa Co., Albany. N.V. siMUKl.ST. WRAY, Grand Secretary A. L. 1L, Philadelphia. Pa. NKWKLLW. ULOR8, Raaidant Vtoa-Prealdent Oraal Rrjtaln. London. Kng land. JAMRS W. UOWI3EN. It. D., Medteal Dlreotor. Raw York Olty. UBonllH F. IAWRIR. Wholeaal. Dry Oooda. ol Martin. Ilnffnra A ., A White at.. New York Olty, fniCDKUIQT. riRXMAN. Heoratary. New York Oitr. lion. HKNilY.I. llhlNMOND, OoraptroUar (lata tia perlntendentot Inauranoe, HtatAof Ohln) Worgw.n.Om. Kir W. (1UYEII HIINTKR, M, P F. K. 0. P., K. O. M. O., M. I)., CM.f Medloal Dl raotor f r ireat Itrllaln, Limdon.Ensland. TilON. W. JOHNSON, Wholoaalo Dry Oooda, John, eon, Mutton A Co.. Baltimore. Md. WARRINU KENNKDY, trhoieaala Dry Qooda, Tor onto. Ont. Hon. UJKINRY L. LAMH. laU Dank SnpartnUndent I THOU. P. ItAijJwiN. Wholaaale OottonOooda, Raid. win A OnK Ualtlinore, Md. WM. WIISON. Manufaetqrer. Toronto, Ont. FREDERICKS. PARKBll. Chairman Death Claim Committee. Attorney, New York Olty. WILLIAM MILLER, Director oj Ajenctea. New York ' kVd. LUDWIG. SnMrintendant, Erie, Pa. OKORHB R. MoOlltSNKY, Adju.ier, New York J. "M. HTKVKN80N and R. W. T. AMSDEN, Anl.t ant Seoretariea. New York City, JULIUS wntltAFrf, Ceahier. New York Olty. II. O. OLOSS, lnapeotoroi Afenta. THE CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, TBUoTMl OF TONTINE RKSERYB gnWP. BLACK SILKS. JAMES McOREERY & CO. oontinuo during this woolc a Special Sale of Blabk Faille FruncaiooSilka. When ntanufacturod from Pure Silk, bucIi as thoso oirorctl by us, Failles Fran caisos combine llicbness and Elegance of appearance with durability to a greater degree than any other silk made. Wo respectfully rec ommend this opportunity to our customers,, Broadway and 11th St. MUSICAL. mUITION actlnet room or board, en tot loder,a KBAti ESTATE. III. I ,. ,-, I I ! orngss, eo nnERTY trr.. nrtji toeki m FULTON ST., I1R0OKLYN. TIIUR8DAY, OCT. IS, at 12 oclook, fn tha BROOKLYN It EA I. KMTA1B BXCnANOB, No. 803 Fulton at,, Uroaklya. TWO GREAT ESTATE SALES OF BROOKLYN PROPERTY, AB FOLLOWS! ESTATE OF HBIER ROSEHBERG, DEC'D. SPLENDID BUSINESS PROPERTY. Nofc iS and 45 Fnlton rt.4-atory and baeemenft Brlok Dnlldlnff ad)olnlnr Long I.land Rank, iron front, np.rb torae, grand bualnes. atand. No. 105 Waahlngton at., between Protpaet and York it. 3-atory Attlo and Baaement Uooaa, UTATE OF RLISHA BLOOMER, DEO'D, o. No. 149 iAfayatU are., corner of Carlton are. 9)4. story BolldJng, drag .tor. on ground floor, vppor part need for ebnreh, and dwelling apartmente abore. No. 147 Lafayette are., adjoining abore The two pieoe. together are, with oonrtyard, 60x98 feet, and the location la the fineit in tha city for a tpl.ndid apartment hottM. No. M Bonth Elliot plaoe, between Lafayette and De Kalb are.. SM-atory brown-iton. Honae and Lot, fine location. No. 308 Wyekoff it., near Bond rt. 3-atory and baae ment brlek Honae, with lot. No. 83)4 Donglaaa it., near Smith at. 3-rtory and baaement brick Home, with lot. No. 1003 Dean at., near Bedford are. 4-ttorj and baaement brown-atone Honae, 30i43, lot 110, Km, 144, ltd and 148 Butler at., near Uojt it.-fl-.tory and baaement frame Ilouee. and Lota. No. 1T1 Uontrou are., near Oraham are. 8-rtory and baaement boobUbriek Tenement, 25s4Qxl09i .pl.ndld ranting property. Ma jl ready at Auctloneer'a ofloea, . TCRxnAY, OCT. 1, WYCKOFFAVk., UOIINKKO, OR KAMI AVC. UUOOKI.TN, IIIOULY IMPORTANT AUCTION SALE OF 369 Elegant Lots ON TIIU NICnOT.AH N. VCKOKF FARM. between proprrtlea of Peter Wyckoff and P, T. Barnaul, "" IN THE KIOHTEKNTH WARD,' THU orreaiesc iiooming juocaucy in Brooklyn. TbeM .aperb lot. .r. in th. LINK OF OllEAT IMPROVEMKNTB. The oompl.tlon of th. Eler.ted, on whloh the oart will aoon be running, will doubl. their raloa. Fire car line. run to tha property, UAflTAriHTN. UI.KKRK. MRnnANIOS, BYERYHOIIY TOTtUC PltONT. Do not mtu thla golden opportunity TO HBOimit THIIfli LOViibY l.OTfl. . Property ta altuated on Vrycknff. De Kalb, Bt. Nlcho laa and Oreene are.., Kim, Stockholm, btanbope, Htm Eod end Harmon at., and la urrouuded on alt aldea by nlldlnga. ROYAL RHODE ISLAND CLAMBAKE by Weeka, nnder the ooloaaal tent, at 13.30. BltllXXANT MDMIU BY 83D HEOIMENT HAND, A. D. Fob.;, Leader, For decr!pt!?e map. and partlonlare apply to tha ofloea of the Auctioneer, or of U. W. Brown' 418 Bedford are., Brooklyn, K. D., or of (Jen, Meaerolo, corner of Broadway and Kent are., Brooklyn, H. D. SATURDAY, OOT. 33, GREAT AUCTION SALE, NEWBURG, N. Y. THUnBDAY, OOT, 27, at 1 o'clock, on pi enuBot, FLUSHING, L. I., IMMENSE SALE, WALTER BOWHE HOMESTEAD FARM, 400 ACRES, BsbdWldad into 7 farm., aa follow.! Farm Nuiubcr l-llrmitrKir and Alarray'a Lane, 70 ami 837-lUOO ncrra, farm Number S .tlurrny'i Lane and Bay aldeavc, 48 anil Ui)4-1000 acre Farm Number a-Uarldonve.. 42 and 0O. lOOO acre.. Farm Number 4 flar.lile are, and Whlte (InnpJlaad, d4and i 08-1OO0 acre.. FnrniNuiuber 5 llayatiia aT. aad Whlte atoue UnartTT'aBndOa.'UOOarrca. Farni Number U-Wlille.tana and Wlllett'a Point Uond..Ga and Uil-lOOO aire.. Farm Number 7 .llurray'a Lime, Wlllett'a Polni Read and Bayaide are., S3 aud 048 1000 ucrea, Thla la tha flneet property In Qnoena County. It la altuatad In tha VILLAGE OF FLDSH1G, and U Ii to be prempU)rIlj aold by order of tha SUPREME COURT, In partition, under direct! n of . . Edward H. Duktu, cq.. Heterce. John E. Pnr.ona. e.a.. 1'lHlntlll'. Attornav. Alapa and particular. In a law daya. THUR8DAYT NOV. J, at 1 o't lock, on the preralaes. FLUSHING, L. I., CJ1UIAT8ALKOF VIl.LACltS LOT.-I, .w..fll'.llnK',IK CoUllT!riN PAHT1TION. l'OUTlON tllf ItnTATK OK WALTKlt BOWNE. DKI L'AHl'.U, . under direction ni . C1Tl"rd Uakluo-aq., Keferea. Jenny. Par.on.. e.a.. Pliiliitlil 'a Attorney. For Slapa and particular of all at above ale apply lo tbo Auctioneer at hla olUcea, 00 lJberly au, New York, aud 1103 Pulton & Ureeklyn. MONnAYTNOY.I, at 13 o'olock. in tha BROOKLYN RRAL Kfif ATE EZOHANaB, 303 fUJ.TON NT.. HUOOICi.YNt , Great adjourned aale, by order of Ruprerae I irnrt. Inpartitiin. OK RAY RIDUE PROPERTY, under directhn of Henry S. ltaquln, 01. , Ref.ree. 1 or in.p. .nd particular, of all of the aboreValea apply toJKUhJOU.VSON, ja,, AuetlonMr, CO Liberty .1 New York, and 393 Pulton at.. Brooklyn. $3.50. $4.00, $5.00. &c TIIRHR HIIOUS ARK BBNOn.niADB AND AltK EQUAL IN MTfLE, LOOK-AND DUIU ABILITY TO OUU HIGIIRU PRIOCD OH DBRBD WORK. TUODHANBR OF FAIIM TO C11008K rROH. BENEKE BROS., Largest Custom Shoe House In America. 100 and 201 Canal st. SemBeaeillMsWHW'leWSBnnwawawawanw! B.ALTMAN.&CO 18TH STREET, 19TH STREET, AND SIXTH AVENUE, I (18tlf Street Station Elevated Road.) I CONTININUG THEIR I GREAT SALES, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1 OFFER I COLORED RHAD AME3, for Street and Evening Wear, at 95c. PER YARD, I NOVELTY PLUSH and VELVETS, suitable for Wraps, at $1.98 PER YARD- I Very Rich NOVELTIES, reduced to S3.84 PER YARD from $7.50 to $15 1 . ..a M DRESS GOODS. New lines of All-Wool SERGES at 38c. and 48c. per yard. CHEVIOT SUITING. 48c. and 55c. per yard. PLUSH NOVELTY, 88c. and $1.75 per yard. Also, 5,000 yards of the most popular weaves of BLACK DRESS GOODS- i this season's importation, at 39c, 49c, 58c, 68c, 78c. and 88c HPUm STFRY ANtl I ARP RIIRTAINfi I 50 pair EGYPTIAN POINT CURTAINS at $6.90. 50 pair IRISH POINT CURTAINS at $8. 50 pair GENEVA POINT CURTAINS at $9. , 100 WRAPPER BLANKETS, new style at $4.90 each. "" 200 BED BLANKETS, 11-4, at $3.25 Pair. 1 8th Street, 19th Street end 6th Avenue. J E. illl k CO. SPECIAL OFFERING OF BOYS' SUITS AT $4.00. RHYS' nVPRrMTS AT $5.00. All Wool and Very Desirable. 18th St., 19th st. and 6 th aye. (18th St. Station Elevated Boat) OFFICE DESKS. JOnN PI. TUFTH, Jr., 3c CO., Bole Agents for THE DERBY ROLL TOP DESKS, 1 FULTOW.WT.. (N. K. OOTL TTABBaTJ.I HKI.r WANTED-MAIiE. A 1,003 (SO Batln.llnad Chlnehtlla or Kuotr Otw a ooau. ol8. Oajiaroj. in Klatbnah a..., B'kljn. A -,000 2S man'a baaloMalu In tOOatjlaa, US, J.m Oaoaaron, Mi Klathuah ..., llrooklyn. MO (IS haan Wliltn.r and Chinchilla ofatorata. a 8. OamroB, 803 Flatboah aTO Btooklin. -a,eoollllKAVT.WKiailT DETVSnandqhln. ebilla UTarooata, 3.25. Uan.ron, StrJ fUtbmh ayq., Brooklyn. Li. KINUSUV HELP oanU bad at Iittla Ca.Ua Oard.n. d7 Qreauvich .t. TUB KVKNINQ WORLD A QBUAT 8UOOEH8 1 1 And anothar ttaat aoaoaa. la Qlbba' FamonaTam. Kraaoa KaplaTinant Bonaa. 1SQ Vf aa Ma at. I axaal it altaattooa raazr sm to-avamr moraine. TVAIYJIIi WaaUd, oaoariaaoad oaland aoaa u MODEMANN, DENTIST, iios. wi ana ou4 mm mm, BonthwMt oar. 81th at., and Ho. 369 Sixth Avenue, B.oond door b.low 33d at. TEETH. Full Glim FartMtlr adaptad to th. Elegant ruu.ntd to .wo3 t. Hr. a teat of tlma. Old.tlm. DOI8 prieaa, $10. 30 and 30. $4, $7 & SIO. iSSSiil AjaP.? no chargeTno charge FOR BXTIIACiTINU TEltTIl wlthotit pun when artinctal taath aro to ba lnaartad, (In thla a.partra.nt a lady in attendance.) Teeth filled 51th told, .ilTer, o. Teeth repaired In fifty mlnutoa, ata made whlia waiting. PIKE BALSAM. rbUgTaatr.medyUthab.it t.t offered for oaring eough., cold., bronohitle, bronehlal oatarrb, aatnma, Ao. It enra. qnlokly, ) Tery plaaaant to take and can ha gtren n children with perleot aafely, rellerea Immedl. l.f.1',w?0"l'n "IVft'- kni t"ow "ho are oonanttiptlra will Hnd great rallefln utlng It. I'rlce 33 and M cant. pr bottl.. . Bbooki.t, Maroh J. 1B87. I. nuBBlu-Dear Slri , I cannot reoosunend your Pine Balaam too highly. Iharabeen alek for the laat ellbtyeara,andbadannnib.r of dootora. Your Fine Balum, loanboneitlyaay, benallted me more than all of them. I cannot pralaa the Balaam too highly, . , Me!wG"Siau54o. JTOSSthat, rTbolaaol. wnUi Darld M. Stlgar AOo., fra iBaroTay at., New York, and Town. Ik fidar, C3 Fultoa at.,llroa; lyn, and all dmggUta. ,L085!.D DRESSMAKERS' SCHOOL OF GUTTING, 133 EAST 8TH ST. NEAR BROADWAY. KVKNWO CLASSES TUKRDAY and FllinAY at t.. 1..AU tflwh!l Unht D " n:hod. ay.1"3 ttglUraa"olaaotS:', ; JAMES McOREERY & CO. ) Offer to-morrow and during s the week 750 Camelot and Diagonal Dress Patterns in the most desirable and sea sonable colorings ; every . , pattern has an accompany- h ing novelty in Silk Chain J Cord, Jet or Velvet. Tho I prices of the above will be i $10,00, $12.00 and $15.00. Broadway and 11th St. I (A si ij BXCURSION8. I i.oo FOLIAGE S153 I 100 EXCURSION I 8 l.OO to 81.00 1 1-00 SHOHOLA GLEN 1'00, fl ww un inn iva rj ,0 ERIE RAILWAY. .loo . Tho.gTente.t .Inale day xenraion ont at New Y'tU. i'rcTluu. ezonralona prorlns .4 . uccea.nil. by .parliil request a irenk-day az. cur.lon vr li bo run on THURSDAY, OCT. 13. In addltlo i to tlia nnmeron. ottraoIloB. at 8hobola Uleu, tbo .peetal train will ran tbrouab Men-ark, fa.tt-r.on .3lli'dletorn, Pari JerTl. and oilier well-known plaeee, rro.alna and parnllellne; the lCainaiia, War wick, IVaTl, kill, Nareralnk and Uolawaro Volley. In rail lulit or tb. Mhnwangunk and other m.qu talna.CIUIHHINO tbo nlaeldFaaaale aBal pio lure.gu. Delaware ttvcr. l'roin ike ear window, an nnob.trm ted view ol tba beantl. ful pinorama ol nntnrea handiwork can ba : baa daring; clio ronttau.n. Jaurnry, tbeeombU nation balna reple e with the b.autlfnl Aa: .gg&V tuinn. tinted learea aa ibey appear on the VI mountain side. 'nd In the ralleya. Heweral' fl luiui. will be afTorded excnr.lont.tVta cxplara 9M ihetllen, returning by .pedal train curly la B the erenlng. Nprelal train leaves Chamber. SV Htreet wmtlon.U.Sa A. AM BSd .tOA.M. rare tU.UO for the round trip. Jm 10OAN8. ' -m A N ATTCHtlEYaoqaalntad with capltalUtf wfllcIK 'I A. . ou any one who waate ta borrow money on houaahol furniture U nae and get It adrinoadi oonffd.ntUUyiraa- m aonabla charg... Addraal Lawyer. M6 World. , LOST, FOUND AKP REWARDS, t IB T OST-To-d.y, from th. Grand Union Depot, . mill M Li black and Ian terrier bltehi S0 leward f returnea aTonce to Orand Union Hole, oppoalM the Orand 1 Central Depot; Udlaa' antraaoa. m FOR SAI.K, VJ A N OLD ESTABLISHED piOAB STOHlt, with Htj 4 iV tag rooma, doing good bualnraai nicely flttodlTCo Q aiTata. cheap i goudraaaon far ailing l no agents. ' Wk LKOAIi NOTICES. W TJIU.MAN, lawyer and eommlsnoner r 0taUan4 13 foreign onntrtaa i notary, pieff-orte. Kalafirl anlldln;ialaoia701roodway. fl HOUSES, APARTMBNT8 & KOOM8. ,f' Apartments and llvams WitntuJ-FBrnltuea. II 'Jl T)I7AMTKDlp RTNT-A baaU4 Rom. Sa.Bat VUKt VI "MnaieaI'7.B..0t)ptowaVcr. H BOAKDKK3 WANTED. if k J VtBia(fX.iaMay..w -. A-. , V U aaflK Km9KMSSlS!,SPiM4iliittJraY flflaav