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BgK' 4 THE EVENING WORLD: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2D, 1887.
HP "; X DUEL IN' THE TUNNEL
Mr-" "' ,
Ek,, PIWCEMAN KANF8 DFSPBBATB FIGHT TO-
Ht " . DAT WnnABUBLTBOEGUR.
ESt Smith, Caagbt Rabbla Grocer Store,
B& Takes to 11U Ueela and Defends Illmeir
ffif-' With. III ReTolrrr The Men Sheet lit
HFf Baca Other Per Two Minutes and Neither
B? ' One Hit-Leader of the "Stable" Gan.
T There m n lWely exchfince of shots up.
Ky town early this moraine between Policeman
Kk i G. IT- Kane fnd a burglar who rejoices in the
MSft familiar name of John Smith.
M l Accompanied by a companion. Smith mode
Hgj 'an attempt to rob" tho groodry store at One
Hp& ' Hundred and Sixth street and Lexington nyo-
Eki' Mua, 'and. 'being discovered by Policeman
K&fc Xuse, took to his heels and ran like a deer.
e The poliocman pursued him through Leilne-
K' ton arenae to One Hundred and Filth street,
K calling upon the fleet-footed burglar to halt
gu wad emphasizing these remarks .with pistol
Kit.., shots. After a lively run Smith entered the
KfV Kw York Central Railroad tunnel at One
t" Hundred and Fifth street, and as Kane fol-
flr.' lowed drew a revolver and opened fire on the
S' policeman. The two men spent the next two
BL minutes shooting at each other without oo.
fc, oomplishing anything. Then the policeman
VTf made a quick bound, and. throwing his full
Vi forco upon Smith, he sent him sprawling on
& v ground. He quickly had the nippers
P Around Smith's wrists, and. having supple
Kn wented this treatment by a few weludirectod
v prods from his clnb, his prisoner became sub-
kv missive and was safely conveyed to the East
Cf'' Eifhtyighth Street Police SUtion-ooHse,
$-. where he was locked up. r
V7, ' Smith is a leader of the desperate crowd
Wl knpwn as the " stable gang," which Police
SBa? Captain O'Connor is determined to break up.
BaBarr - -
K FOUND DEAD IN EACH OTHEBS ARMS.
BSI Three, Wen Jjose Tbetr IJves In an Explosion
HbK at Cleveland. .,
Mn tsrsciat. Tp THK STSXMO WOULD.
BjB' '' CununD, 0., Oct. 29. At 8 o'clock yes.
RtV teyday, a serious accident occurred at the
ftY Topllff Manufacturing Company's works,
Hrj-- - Several employees were engaged in japanning
Egt parriago bows when one approached the
HB heating oven with a lighted lamp.
re Japan is a blaok substance composed of
r besiine and turpentine which, when heated,
Ek generates a powerful gas.
Bgfr TVher th workmen approechod the oven
Hfcp as explosion occurrod, the force of whloh
kW threw the heavy iron door of the oven into
w themlddle of tho room, shattered a large
xfL-f skylight above, pieces falling into tho room,
Hi and blewaway the remainder of the roof.
wK Two employees, John Buchner and Alfred
k. Steinbrook, were found dead, lookod in eaoh
Rj'' other's arms, and burned black. Charles
e Muothner and John Bolls were 'severely
fl',. jburned, and Musthnor died during the
flKf night. Thomas Mahlor was struok on tho
Hi head and injured by a falling brick from the
Sip (Ajilmney. Fire followed the explosion, caus-
H lug a loss of $1,600 ; insured. t
M$ ' WHO MURDtEED IUH?
BaKV .
R1.' The Stan Found In a Carriage at Chicago
IK.ji Win a Pennsylvania mechanic.
B1 tlriCUL TO TBI STXXIHO WOBZ.D.
Kf CmoAoo, Oct. 39. It is discovered that the
Ej$ man found dead yesterday in a carriage
HEfgy shipped from the East is Oharlos Horn, a
cf' meohanio of Bridgewater, Pa. From all that
Ki can be learned ty telegraph Ferris left
K " Bridgewstor Sunday night for Pittsburg., He
K'-' i probably got on a freight train to steal a ride
JP to Beaver and got into a quarrel' with some'
m - tramps, who shot him. A tlokefrfor areccp-
tlon which was found in Ferrts'a pocket took
& ,- place Thursday evening at Bridgewater. Pa.
wtf K- elosacxamination at the Morgue of the
k" body revealed a wound evidently inflicted by
, a pistol ball immediately above the right eye.
k A. portion of thoforehead wasalsocrushatfin
Kr as if by a heavy blow, and tho base of. the
?.. skull was fraotured from behind. ' N6ptstol
Kt . was found In or about tho vohiole.
& It is believed that the murder was coin-
fil Knitted somewhere near Bochester, Pa. The
K side tracks of the Pennsylvania road there
fuj aro in a deserted locality, and thoro would be
K"J' ample spaco to stow tho corpso,.away in the
fV) , carriage by removing the bars of too crato
jr&u and nailing them in plaoe ag(unv
b Probably Murdered In Plttalrarc,
KJ firxciAL to ibx xtmixo woauj.)
e Pittsbuko, Oct. . Bvldenco Is accumulating
BP that Charles Horn, whose dead body was found In
HEL Chicago yesterday, In a carriage shipped from. New
Kf Tork to thit city, was murdered here, tils .rels
tires from Braver County, who are lnvestlgattntr
KV tile UT that the sulcldo theory Is entlrelr
K false, and declare that he was not a drinking man.
K, He worked at his trade at East Bridgewater until
. last Bsrarday and came to this city on Sunday af-
Kil ternoon. There Is no information of his leaving
Bh town and the Inference la that he was murdered
E& and bis body smuggled aboard the freight train
Hg?-. . while it was at the depot. The case Is now being
Fy- Wprkcdnp on that theory.
Kjl HU tiania'a Ilneampment Hurptus.
BR, (arzcui. to tbc evkxixo would.
a Br. Lodis, Oct. w. Tho local Executive com-
BS ' ' mlttee of the Grand Army Encampment wui have
JpS, betweeo $3,000 and $10,000 on band atter paying
Bkn, all the bills for the encampment, and are now in a
Stf . quandary as to what to do with taemonej. whloh
m..- is a pan of 1100,000 raited by Individual snbtorlp.
w' tlons. Pnbllo sentiment here Is for devoting It
Hi to securing the Democratic and Republican Na-
pj Uooal conventions next summer and to entertain.
ES, log the delegates In case the conventions meet
aajtrra; - here, and to this cause the money will. In all
HKl probability, be dedicated, In caae St. Louis gets
&3r .neither convention the money, or what it left,
K4j wtil be devoted to the National Saengerf ett, to be
ffijl Tield here next jeer.
Hep Henry George' Eagaceinent.
c; Henry qeorge win epeak to-night In theElghU
v' eenth, nineteenth and Twentj-iecond Aatembly
BjP piatrlots ; to-morrow night In the Brobkljn Acad.
Hiv tm f Mutlo ; Monday night at Olovertvllle, and
H jlnnng the remainder of the campaign In this city.
& Dr. McQljnn will deliver adareases In Long
K Island City and Grand Army Hall, Brooklyn, this
K evening. To-morrow afternoon a Joint debate be-
1j' ' Iween Dr. McQlynn and and John Lloyd Thomas.
Ww the ProhlbiHonUt, takes place In Cooper Union
Ilk HslL Tho Doctor win speak In this city until the
WF, floso of the campaign.
Hk Bam Jaiuaa Ghost Hearea Them.
HBf,' (irlCUL TO TBI XVXXIXO WOXLD.l
mt' . - FAixUrviB, Oct. . Globe Village Hat f aver
Wfc heat. Banf Jones, who died last Augutt, la now
Ei' almost nightly teen at his old home. The ghott
BL hssbeente'en by many of the townspeople. It
fJK books breakfasts and givea the old kitchen store a
M. shadowy shine. Men have lain In wait nights for
mi. the spook, but on these particular nlghu the spook
f they longed for never came. No one can be found
K to live In Sam Jonea's house.
W . -
llnnaora of Cabinet Cbanae Dealed.
SfW, ' (trXCUL TO TBI XVXXIXO WOXLD.
AK - WasniMOTOM, Oct. . rXttmattet-Cenera
iHt Vilas, referring to a report that he was 1o be
ifK Irsnsferre. d to the Interior Department, when Mr.
Rl lumarts appointed on the Supreme Ilencn. tald
Ht, that u had no foundation. He did not expert to
IB! . leave the I'ost-Offlre Denarfmept. Another re.
Vi port that Solicitor-General Jeuks was soon loanc-
BJr ce,ea Attomey-Genersi Garland is denied at the
HE Drpartment of Justice.
KK Blclmrd Crltcbett, Aaed 00, fjeajl.
, (irECIXL TO THX KVKXtXO woato.l
h, y Dorsn. V. U., Oct. .-ABarrlngton detpatch
' aBBOunces the death of Blchard Crltcbett, wan
leaft - , -wat torn In lTss, and Is survived by his wife.
KT "'. jso Is ainety-elghi years old. They were married
iw etfhty-Oflo years, one son andHaughter sorvlvev
HJP 1'S"' w grandchildren and great grand-
br Obltuam
K . H.V. Leio a tobacco broker at No. 18 Wall
rSP" t, fwt, mtC at the Brcroort Houae y esierdsy.
jt-s y , ' 1. JehB Murray Carnochaa died yesterday noon
ISSv , ot aaoftexy at his rstdnce, So. U Eat; sixteenth
it rsV
H ' " Mai. r-Admlra 3. W. X Nicholson, of the navy,
K .r it yastyiy noon at ala resMea&c, yo, ut yffA
LBWB,.AMasaMlBnk... . .- ....j.i. .X ..." V ? t -
18 AU0D6TJBP1EB INSANE?
Ilia Prleuda Think That HU Sllad baa Be
coma Aflbeted.
SrXCIAL TO TXI XTXXIX9 WOSLD.)
CmcAoo, Oct. 39. As tho time set for the
execution of the Anarohists approaches,' Au
gust 8pies soems to bo losing heart, and those
who are noatcst to him begin to fear that his
mind has become affected. He pays little at
tention to the efforts of his wife, by proxy,
Nina Van Zandt, to cheer him up. Spies
wears a continual frown and is In the lowest
of spirits.
The other condemned men still maintain
their self-possession, and affect to look for
ward with hone to the efforts of their counsel
to secure a Judgment in their favor from the
United States Supreme Court. George Schlll
ing yesterday brought them a cheering mes
sage from their lawyers at Washington.
It is noted here as a curious circumstance
that of the many petitions received by the
Governor for relief and clemency, there is
but a single formal appeal, and that comes
from a small interior town in Now York
State, to which only eight names were at
tached, one being thnt of William D. Howells,
of Boston. The other communications con
sist of personal and individual petitions for
clemency.
Thus far no petitions made In the proper
legal form! have been received. When ques
tioned as to whether ho would consider a
case of 'pardon or commutation of sentence
which had not been made in accordance with
the legal requirements, tho Governor said :
" I presume the Governor might on his mo.
tion and without any application pardon out
of the penitentiary any convict he chose or
any number of them, and that if he did, they
would be safely out, but tho Governor would
be liable to impeachment."
COAL-HEAVER GRAHAM'S DEATH.
Capt. KuaU Raya that It Win Due to
Natural Causes.
Chief Engineer William II. McCullogh, of
the Mallory line's steamship Comal, who has
been aocused of causing the death of John
H. Graham, a coal-heaver on tho
Comal, during her last trip to Gal
veston, was seen this morning by
an Evxhino Wobld reporter. Ho did not
wish to make any statements for publication,
but preferred to remain quiet until ho was
called for trial at Galveston before tho United
States Court next month.
Capt. Busk, of the Comal, who reported '
that Graham died a natural death, said : " As
soon as Graham's death was reported to me I
instituted a thorough investigation into
every circumstance connected with
it. I hod the body thoroughly
examined, and I can truthfully say that ,lt
favo no indication of having been assaulted
t n any way. No marks or bruises wero on it,
'and to strengthen my statement I
got " several passengers to examine it,
.who have been retained at Galveston
as witnesses. Too coal-heavers who wore
on duty with Graham, did not complain to
mo Of having seen tho deceased cruelly
treated, and so far as I oould ascertain not
one . of them hod one word of
complaint to make against the ohief
engineer. Graham was found dead in tho en
gine room. Ho had previously complainod
of being ill, and I conoludcd that his death
must have been caused by tho beat, superin
duced by cramps."
WHISKEY AT A CAMP-MEETING.
Elder Jackson Shot Dead and Six Othera
Badly Wounded,
rsrscuL to tbx xvxxixo would.
r Goanuurrox, Oct. 29. The negroes of
Hampton County have been holding a camp
rncoting. near' Brighton and religious exer
cises harvo been going on all the week, amid
the greatest religious excitement. On Thurs
day night a barrel ot whiskey was brought
to tho ground and drinking became general.
When tho preaching began the drunken men
in tho congregation wanted to talk
as niuoh as the preacher in' tho pul
pit. Tho meeting was soon turned
Into a sceno of confusion. When the
Srcacher attempted to enforce order a free
ght ensued, in whloh pistols, rarors and
pine poles were usad. Blood flowed in
'streams, and, as the lights wero extinguished,
foes counld not be distinguished from
friends.
' When peace and order was restored it was
found that Jacob Jackson, an older in the
church, was killed by a pistol ball in the
head, and that six others were so badly
woundod by cuts in various parts of the body
that death will result. About twenty-five
persons were badly bruised in the fight.
The camp-meeting adjourned without cere,
mony.
MRS. YOUNG'B DOOR AND PARROT.
BIr. Walker Accused of Kicking; In the One
and Wringing the Neck of tbe Other.
Daniel B. Walker, twenty-four years old,
of 318 East Eighty-second street, was charged
in the Harlem Police Court this morning, by
Mrs. Ann Young, of 201 East Eighty-flfth
street, with wringing tho neok of a parrot
and with gross disorderly conduct.
Mrs. Young said that a gentleman had given
her the parrot and that Walker hod wrung
tho bird's neok through jealousy.
Walker said that the parrot had been killed
by accident. As to the charge of disorderly
conduct, it was stated that walker went to
Mrs. Young's apartments while drunk
and kicked the door in. Walker
said that could not be possible, as he carried
tho keys. He said that Mrs. Young had got
trust on the pretense that she was his wife.
He was held in $300 bail to keep the peace.
No Uconas for Ilarrv Illll.
The Excise Board has finally decided to rojeet
the application to license Barry Bill's old place In
Houston street. Capt. Meakln, ot the Mulberry
street itatlon, reported that oilman, who made the
application In the name ot the Houston Amnat
meat Company, was only another name for Harry
Illll, being one ot Harry's old employees.
Tbe Board alto refuted a llcente to Joteph
Lambertx, for the Malton Portonl, Lexington
avenue and Thirtieth street, the police repotting It
a resort of Improper characters.
Rundlt, tba Wrestler, Defeated.
(IrXCIlL CABLX TO TBX BVKRIHO WOBLD.
London, Oct. t). Bundle, tho champion wrest.
ler of England, was defeated by Carkeek at New
ton Abott yesterday. Tbe match waa for xioo.
FOUND DHAD IN A SHOE BOX.
HORRIBLE DISCOVERY Wi A CONDUCTOR
ON A LEHIGH VALLEI TRAIN.
ntnlllnted Remalna of an L'nknown .Mnn
Tacked In a Kmall Cine Body Chopped
' 10 I'll It Itoush C'offln, Which It Cov
ered With Apparently Freeh Blood
Feasible Cine to tbe Identity of tbe Alan.
IMCUL TO THE XVXXIXO WOnLD.1
Eunna, Oct. 29. Conductor Raymond, of
the Lehigh Valley wild' train, reported at an
early hour this morning the finding of n
man's dead body on board bis train, and as
the facts became known tho affair has created
a big sensation. The body had been cut to
pioces and packed into a shoe-box. All evi
dences indlcato that tho pneknge wan put on
board tho train at Elmlra.
Tho conductor reports that bo passed over
his train at Addison and Corning from the
cabooso to the engine and that he stopped
his train just before entering Elmira and
spent some time in switching cars nt the
Houthnort yards, just outside the city limits.
On going over his train again at Waverly ho
discovered tho box.
Tho remains are thoso of a man of middle
age. Tho ton of tho head has a huge gash
across it, ana tho forehead is badlv disfigured,
as if a blunt instrument hod been usod
in tho murder. The lower part of the face is
unharmed. The blood had dried on tho
flosh and every pnrtiole of clothing had been
removed to prevent identification. The box
was badly spnttered with blood, showing
that tho corpse had bean put in very soon
after tho crime. The nrms ami legs had been
cut off, in order to allow packing in the short
box. A coroner was called from Waverly
and the body was takon off tho train nt South
Wavorly.
James Gray, of Gillott's, Pa., left his
home a few days ago and has not been seen
by his relatives sinco. His wife was in El
mira yesterday looking for him, and said that
when he left homo he carried 9800 with him
of back pension money jutt received, and ho
came to Elmira to buy a suit of clothes.
Whether the body is that of the missing man
is not yet known.
Trro Touch Tnrrlera.
Ftom a JVw Fork LUrA
Kew York produces prim children In some of
Its wsrdt. I wat attracted by a three-year-old
sample of the gutter-haunter. Ho woron check
crod drett and stood about twcnty.elgbt Inches
high In his baro feet. An lndcscrlbabfe hat with a
portion ot visor was pulled down hard over one
eye, so that only tho other rye was used In watch
ng the ways of the world. Ho was evidently a
very serious young gentlemen, no paused in an
effort to make a younger titter of hit stand on her
head In a puddle of water to ihout, "Hey, derel "
to a very aquare, blgh-hlpped gray horse that a
man wat leading along tho xtrect. The horse wat
csught by surprise, and he let hit bcolt Cy to thow
hit timidity, llo thereby yanked tho young man
who was leading him nearly off hit feet. Tho lat
ter catt a terrible look at tho author of tho troublo
and ttld :
"Say, young feller, wots der matter wld yon?"
Tho quite l young feller" looked back with a
earful -corn snd replied :
"I'm loaded, dat's what's der matter wld me.
Bay, mltter, do you know wot't der matter wld
you? Yer too freth, dat's wot's der matter wld
you."
By this time tho man had patted out of hearing,
and ho only turned to bis now thoroughly calm
beast and said :
" Dem Is tough tarrlers."
And Jutt at that moment the thrco-year-old
old rounder bad his smaller sitter successfully
standing on hor head In the puddle.
m m
DcviKVliu In Plenty.
(rro-l IAa Stall). (IT. r.) i-Mf.
Thcro are a good many darll-nih In the bay, and
every few days some ot the nshermen bring In ono
or more ot them. Emanuel Thomas, the fisher
man who caught the big shsrk Sunday last, says
be has caught a great many devll-flth this season.
"The biggest dovll-flih.or octopus, as some call
it, that I have caught in this bay," said Mr.
Thomas roccntly. "was, when Its arms were
stretched out, fourteen feet across that It, Its
arms wero soveu feet long. Then I have caught a
good many smaller ones on my lines. They
are very ugly things to handle, and when I take
them out of the water I am not, for a moment
even, carelett how I handle them. Tncy have a
mouth Jutt like a parrot. It It located jutt under the
ssck or body. The long arms are covered on tho
under side with valve suckers, which exert ex
traordinary power. When they get hold of any.
thing it la a rare lnitamewhen tney are not vic
torious. Tboy are cunning, too, for wheu they
fasten their arms around a man they work their
arruaeo as to get the points Into his nostrils. If
thty do he It a goner. They can cruth the life out
of a man or sn animal In a moment. When they
aro attacked they throw out a black secretion
which clouds the water confutes their sn.
tagonUt and enables them to escape. They are
very hardy. They will live for three or four days
kfter being taken out of water. I am going to try
and take the next big one I catch to tbe Eaat.
Thty can be transported without much trouble. "
Where Beautiful Women Congresate.
rilUbMtn Jtlipaleh't JtVu ror Lttltr.
The largest assemblage! ot femlnlno beauty In
America are at what are called "professional" or
"authora"' matinees in this city. On these occa
sions tho'houao It practically freo to actresses at a
time of disengagement. One of them occurrod
this week. At least six hundred women were
there, and the majority were young actresses
rsnglng from Sirs. Langtry and Mrs. Potter In
beauteous fame to exhibits from the burlesques
and comic opera choruses., Langtry sat between
a girl from the mute but lovely rear row ot a cur
rent travesty and a pupil from a school of acting,
either of whom was handsomer than she. When
It is considered that phyalcal beauty It the mott
Important element In tho seleotlon of actretset,
and that New York It the market for histrionic as-
filrantt, It can be believed that an audience so
argely composed of actrcttes was marvellously
handsome. A good photograph of that crowd,
with thetr vast variety of beautiful facet andthetr
actressy plcturcaqucness of attlro, would be a
picture to nover tire of looking at.
" Uox and Cox " Outdone.
(lonrfan Lf;
Our old friends ' ' Uox and Cox " have been out.
done, and may now retire Into private life. llza
Kuhnel has solved the problem how to llvo with
two husbands at onoe, According to the police
sergeant, this enterprising woman lived with her
first husband during the daytime and with her
second hutband during the night, keeping up two
houses and two establishments. Tho second hut.
band seems to have discovered this arrangement,
perhaps, like the Immortal Cox, from having a
holiday gTanted to him by hit employer. The
woman la evidently a genius, so let ua hope that
the matter will be settled aa amicably and have us
satisfactory a tag as Mr. Morton's farce.
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afflicted for nine years with a serious Throat and
Lung Trouble, and among the many remedies used
nothing has afforded so much relief aa this Balsam.
Too much cannot be said in favor of this remarka
ble remedy for aU kinds of Throat and Lung
difficulties.
EMINENfPHYSICIANS
From George TV. Martin, M.D., aradnnteof
TJnlveraltv of New York, and J. II. (Stearns,
M. D., formerly Surgeon National Military
Atylam, Togus, Me.
navtng examined tho formula from which Ad.
Simon's Botanic Cough Balsam is prepared, we
recommend It as a safe and reliable medicine for
the cure of coughs, colds, whooping cough, asth
ma, Ac. ,
Auocsta, Maine.
Dr. O. W. KINSMAN:
Dear Sir For someatlme I have contemplated
sending you a lino or two expressive of the great
valuo Mrs. Bradlee and myself place upon Adsm
son's Botanlo Balaam, which we have used for
years with over Increasing satisfaction, it Is a
mott excellent remedy for Coughs, snd sn agreeable-remedy
to take
CI1AS. W BRADLEE,
raster Methodist Episcopal Church.
This teems to be tho aenernl opinion en.
trrtalned by tbe raaasea. Every one who
baa used tba Balsam apeak In tbe highest
term of Ita merit.
You can find tbe Balaam on sale at all
tore where they sell medicine of any de.
rrlptlou, In entail and lors bottles. Jrlce
10, 33 and TSc. Put up so that all can be
accommodated, the poor aa well aa the rich.
It e member, In (peaking- of
Adamson's Balsam,
That we are not calling your attenllan to a
novelty or some new nostrum, bnt a curative
agent that ha been ued ery extensively
by all New England Vir 20 year and dur
ing that time tbe ala haa been steadily In
creanlog, until ,laday It stands without an
equal.
THE BEST OF THEM AU.
I MADE OtfLY BY
Fs W. KINSMAN & GO., Apothecaries,
SoTn ST. AND 4TD. AVIV NEW YOKK,
r
1 1 DElfflG & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
A. T. STEWART & CO.,
CBKTAIL.)
FINE CARPETS
AND
UPHOLSTERY GOODS.
EVERYTHING NEW AND
DESIRABLE FROM THE
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
MARKETS AT EXCEED
INGLY LOW PRICES.
They also offer the follow
ing SPECIAL BARGAINS:
1,000 PIECES
DOMESTIC WILTONS
at $1,25, $1,50 and $1,75 par yard.
BEST ENGLISH WILTONS
at $1.75 per yard.
BEST ENGLISH-BRUSSELS
at $1.25 per yard.
BODY BRUSSELS
at 85c. to $1.00 poryard.
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS
at 50c. and 65c. per yard.
ALL-WOOL EXTRA SUPER INGRAINS
at 60c, 65c, and 70c. per yard.
500 FINEST
ORIENTAL RUGS
AT
S8.50 to SI 0.00 each;
Value $15.00 to $18.00.
Turcoman Curtains at
S7.00 per pair; reduced
from SIO.50.
Antique Curtains at $8.00
per pair; reduced from
10.00.
Nottingham Curtains! at
S4.00 per pair; reduced from
85.75.
Tapestry Furniture Cover
ing at S1.35 per yard; re
duced from $2.00.
Silk Brocatelles, in all the
artistic colorings, at $6.00
per yard; reduced from
$8.00.
FUitNiTUitK Kii;riioi,sTKHEn
PnOMPTLT, IN THE BEST MANNER. AT VERY
MODERATE CHARGES. ESTIMATES FUR
NISHED. UNIQUE TAIUjE AND OI1AIR8, A LARGE
AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT SUITABLE FOR
WEDDING AND ANNIVERSARY OttTS. ALSO
FANCY JIOt'KEItN ARM.UlIAIUtt, WUIT
INU DB-KH, IIOOKOAHBN, TABLE. CIIIF
FONNIEItEH, IIEDllOO.1I SUITS, ie AT
VERY REASONABLE PRICES.
ENGLIHII UltAHS IIUDHTEADS, TnE
GREATEST VARIETY OF STYLES EVER EXHIB.
1TED, AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
ftlATTRBHHEH, MADE TO ORDER FROM
PURE SOUTH AMERICAN nAIR. MATTRE8SE8
RE-MADE AT VERY MODERATE CHARGES.
I.IVK REESE FEATIIKUS, WARRANTED
INODOROUS.
fcU'UINU UNDEUBEDS, THE BEST IN USE.
Broadway, 4th lit., 9th and 10th Sts.
T7ASIU0NABLE pipar, Uunp nd cindla .hide u
X1 uquk!tlrdUclaM thafinc.t French china laca
worki naw, anlutad book of ImtrocUoni and prloe ll.t of
maUrtala maUjdlor 10o.: laaauna glren ripipactlon In.
Tltad. Lawla A Co.. manufacturer., a Eaat latb. at.
Wr: ST. worth 416, with tvmda and o.rma In atrlnea
and ohaokai alazant aulti, S3, worth 320. made tola
aaaaon. PrtTatahoma, mWaat 23d at. .
BAL8KIN, PLUSH nd Cloth rJacquea, Wrnpa, New
market.. Ao.:lrj Gooda, Bilke, rJatlnaTOenta'
othln. Watehea, Jewelry. Furniture, Carpeta' aold
ftrici'j;-.eJ.nfl1??i11I)r un 7 " ImuImenU. W
box a,3T7.Poat-Offloe. '
OSTAR'S, EXTERMINATORS kill Cockroach..
Rata, Mice. Bedbuxa, Roaoheai Infallible remediea:
not potion. 405 Broome. '
POLITICAL.
NITED LABOR PARTY.
,Twent.thlrd AaMmhlr Dl.trict.
EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT I
Solxar'a Harlem Hirer Park and Harlem Caatno.
-.GRAND MEETINGS I
Kt?.1S1 'K.?' HM Week, Oommenolns
OCT. 31 TO NOV. 5. INCLUSIVE.
at both UaUa.
The follnwlnj tpeaken wlU appear daring- the week:
Dr. McOInn. H.nrr Gearce"
Jf F,0,V J 3- Leubuecher,
Howard II. Mane, Win. J. Goreueb,
A. J. Steer.. lr. Anketell.
is H. Edeiemtn, Lew Muller.
Chae. field. Ool. A. II. Calhoun.
Jamea E. Qulnn, Frank FerreU,
Pro!, p. Ie Leon, Lawaon N. Fuller,
I8: IiSS''."M JohnJ.BeaUn.
J. P. ohli J. P. Archibald,
J. T. McKechme. Wm. J. O'Datr.
Re?. Chaa. P. McCarthy, Wilbur O. Ea.rieke,
J aroma O'Neill, Dr. P. 1. Miller,
William McCabe, and many uthera.
ADMISSION FREE.
GRAND U AbS.MKBTINq, and Torchlight Parade
olSld Aaarmblj DUtrtct United Labor Party to be
held at Parana Hall. 3d are. and KCth .t., Saturday, Oct.
39.8 P.M. Henry George, Loul. Port, W. Oorautcli.
Pfol.De Lepo, Cnerlee Yield, Ibcniea Ford, William
O'Dalr will dearer addree.ai.
mUE"Unlted LaborParty o! the Ninth AMemblyTSTT.
i. trlot haa opened the campaign. A meea-roeetlng
will be held at the be.dquarteri. 0l Hudaon at., i n Hat.
jirday erenlng, Oct. 29, The lolluwlnr apeakare i W, 11.
Clark, II. O. Cole, J, Law, O. Prloe, Abraham Mead, I.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PENSIONS INCREASED and procured loreoldleri.
Frooured for widowe, children, motnere, lather, or
no pay. FiUgerald A CO.. Attomcye. Waehlngton,D. 0.
LOST, FOUND AND RKWAKDS.
T IBERAL KKWARD-Lo.t. dor atrayed lait night
JL1 near Flalbueh are., yellow IrUh aetieri fine finny
tail. Mll.rand red ribbon: Ucenaa No. 3,803. Return
to Kick Roberta. 17. prince at., Brooklyn.
HOUSKS, APARTMENTS &. ROOMS.
Apartments and Moms To I.ct Unlurnlehed.
GusiS.irpu,i7ar," flMortw'
SEE THAT THE ABOVE TRADE MABEL 1
IS ON ALL PACKAGES. REFUSE ANY OTHER, W
RIKER'S 1
GALISAYA AND IRON TONIC !
AND
ANTI-MALARIAL,
One of the Oldest and Best Medicines in Existence.
Positively Prevents and Cures Malaria or Any Disease of that Nature, J
Improves the appetite immediately; enriches the blood.; rein- I
vigorates the system ; is PERMANENT in its effect, and is 1
just exactly what nine-tenths of the people of this MALARIA- I
STRICKEN, city URGENTLY need to protect themselves I
from that dreadful and insidious disease. Remember : An f
ounce of prevention, &c. Our Calisaya and Iron Tonic is not a f
NEW CATCH-PENNY NOSTRUM, but "an OLD-ES- 1
TABLISHED and well-recognized remedv, DAILY PRE- f
SCRIBED-by our MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS, and I
is GUARANTEED to do all you EXPECT of it, or youi4 f
money will be returned. 1
It is entirely different from any other preparation. ')
Insist on Having Riker's Calisaya and Iron Tonic, I
AND YOU ARE POSITIVELY SURE OF PERFECT I
SATISFACTION, 1
or the trial costs you nothing. I
Do not allow any one to persuade you otherwise. l
FULL PINT BOTTLES, 75 CENTS. J
Sold by almost all Dealers throughout the United States'at?
prices no higher thdn at our Retail Establishment in New York; i
or will be sent, free of charge, to any part of the United States, f
on receipt of price,
' BY j
WM. B. RIKER & SON,
'Druggists and Manufacturing Chemists.
ESTABLISHED 1846 AT No. 353 6TH AVE., N. Y.
Laboratories : ;
535 Washington St. and 55, 57 & 59 Clarkson St.. N. Y. &
N. B. A Little Spirit being necessary in this preparation to koep
It, we use fine MARTELL BRANDY. ALCOHOL is GENERALLY used
BECAUSE It Is CHEAPER. Jt
FDRNITURB, CARPETS, BEMI, STOVES, PICTURES. I
EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING. M
153 to 165 Mm St, 193 to 205 Fart Bow, l
GASH OR CREDIT. FRIGE LIST MULED. ' I
NEW YORK.
COWPERTH WAIT !
t
. .
BETHESDA
NATURAL MINERAL WATER M
la a anpartor table waUr and an ab.olule kldner regu
lator. Dlatributtns Depot, 11 Barclay at. bold by all
druse lata and dealer..
DROPSY S(SaS
Irop7 pecUllits in the world. IUto cured many thou
una cues. Bend tor frM book of testimonials of almoet
miraculous cares. Jtrnieiuberi ten day' treatment
famished Free by mail. IHt. II. II. UltUUN Ot
NO.NrS 351 Canal iU, Mew York.
BANKING AND FINANCIAL.
UFA!
To competent nuatneea Men aeceptlna exolualr. cltr
afenciteinraaleot our NATIONAX, AUTO.llATlO
UAx KAV1.NU I.OVItltNoilM. Required by Jl
fu con.uraer.. Hare33 percent. In UtLB illll..
her equallt. the preaaur. at meter. Beour. a ateadj
and Increaaed tllamlnatlon. lneurina; perleot oombuation
of the aaaea and a pur. and healthful atmoephere.
Prevent in. diaacreeable whl.tllnr. hlowlnxand amoklnc
of burner., remedying frequent denser from fire and ex
pane, of broken globea. Over 10000 Id aerrlce. In
doraed bj hlsbeat Mercantile Oorporat. and Expert
Autbortti.a. Areota clearing 8MXJ par month. Ad
dreaa TUB UNION NATIONAL at HAVING CO..
744 IIKOAUWAY. NliW OltK.
KB AI ESTATE.
At Auction, '
JERE, JOHNSON.JR,
EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS.
ALL OF THE LOTS UNSOLD AT THE
Great Auction, Sept. 0,
OF THE
WYCKOFF-KIHBSUHD FARM,
GREENPOINT,
Will b. dlapoaed of at priraU aale on eaay termi for
$600 AND UPWARD.
Asenta alwaya at branoh offlc on premiiet, corner of
Naaaau ana llumboldt eta., Oreenpolnt, to abow the lota,
or applr to J. re. Jobnaon, Jr., CO Liberty at., New York,
or 893 Pulton at., Urooklyn.
MKPlOAIi.
AIXaPKOIALpuiKABBHofs prirat. nature, n.r
tou. and phyalcal dabliltr, apeiiilr cured i oTnan'
.ueeaaalul practlo.. Oonjult ( Old l'tytlclan, ii Eaal
lttb st.( near Broadway, "
afrQ YOU CAM f
Aq bkcure oaa
Ducal Brunswick Government Bond,
the next redemption ot which take plaes A
TIJU8UAY, NOV.l. , J
These bond, nre .bare. In a lonn. tbn Inter. 'M
est of which 1 paid ont In preuilpiii. tbrea ',;f
tlmeit vearlr. Bvcrybmia Is entitled to f
TIIKKK UltAtVINUs ANNUALI.Y. M-
rintll ouch und every bond 1. redertae wltbn -J.
araer or .mallrr premium. Bverr bondiICi4T
draw onu ut i he lollovrlnir premiums. n thero I
aranu IIUANIir. i
One Premium nt !2SS,000 Itelchsmnrks." (.
One t'reinlnm nt lftQ,00o ltelch.mnrs. f
One Premium at OO.OOO Uelch.marVs. TS i
Oni Prxinliiiii ut MU.tiUOltelrb.marks. i,
18,00", IO.8pO.1l.qoO. 7.SOO. 0.0007 3,000
3,000, I.HOO. 300, &(.. Sib., e. . '
OWteil'l'llE.llIb.ll. 00 HIIlOIISitlAltttS.
NO III.ANKN. '
ETery bond booaht nf uawith (3 on or before th. 1.1
of Norember. until 6 P. II., la entitled to th. whole
premium that may be drawn thereon on that date.
Out-of-town nrdera aent In ItEaiSTKBXD LRTvns ana
Inoloalnc 93 will aecure on. of theft, bonda for th. naxt
drawing. Balance nayabl. In montblylnatalm.nta.
For order., circular, or any other Information, call on
oraddreaa
INTERNATIONAL BANKING CO.,
100 Fulton at., earner llroadmur.
New Ynraj City. ,
, t
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
falters Pianos
Unlrertlty place, corner 12th at. New York.
A -THE E8TKY UPniOUTPUNOS. with their
e new repeatlns action, win th. admiration of the ,
moat critical : aea them before rou buy taold on monthly
paymenu, liatey Plana Wareroomt, Til Baat lith at.
A NUMBER OF GltAND. upris nt and aquare pianos
o our make, allahtly uied. alrakataagood aanew,
and fully warranted, wlU b. aold aK liberal .ducUoa
from regular prlcea: ntanoa to rent. ,Wbi. Jtna.be uo..
lH 8th are., aboTe 16th at. Y,
AROAIN8 IN PIANOS at Llndeman,Son' warj-
room.. HSBthare., near 10th at. i. a flats ""!
men t of new and alhjhtly naed ptanoa ot o own sn
other makee at Tery attraotlre prcea. . yt t
FpiIK "OPKIIA" PIANOTtnTmoaTpopuCjlool
X flneat In th. market, only (10 monthly uUl paiai .
one quarter', mu.lo l.aaonafrei rent only S3 rSMporo. v
cauloiue. Poek A Bon. lis We.t tTth at..oorne?'- h
WEBER CONCERT GRAND FOR SALEi iJ, V
bargain) alas an uprlsht. 8110. Trl J
OEO. W. lIKRBKnT. fil
ltEaatl7thaa. HM
DENTISTRY. 1
150 CAS.,, go0 j
9U EXTRACTING alf 1
without aa. 25c. Soft flUlns, Mo. up. Kleaant goU I
nlllns frorall np. Full (lomjleti, t 8T, elO.
N. Y, OKNTAIj UUt,
203 6th An., Seoond npataira, entranc. front lith at.
Qppoelt. Macy'a. . '

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