R4 TnE EVENING WORLD: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1887. . -- Kj
. tPK. POWDERLY IS SILENT.
lWfTHlKG TO SAY ABOUT THE ALLEGED
H'. SNilT IN THE KNIGHTS.
' lKQnnt Meeting "of the Clcnrrnl Hxeruthc
'jBiR;;;' Board Maert tlie Jllinnenpalln Convention
Hf ' Mr. Hurry Speak a Cood Word for the
Hfg? Anarchist nnd TlilnU. 1'lnkrrlnn Men
IKg5?' 'Threw Those llomb nt Clilrno.
HytrniUDKLPHM. Nov. 1. Tho General Ex.
HnD'eeriUTO Board of tho Knight of Labor yes.
Hptrdny bold its first official meeting fiinco tho
HgVMam of its members from tho Minneapolis
V, Oonsidcrablo intorcst was felt by members
HHk-'&f tho order in this city as to tho manner in
' Hbvwbick tho members of tho Board would act
Mis' towards one another in this first mooting in
M'ylew of tho ruptnres which occurred at Miu-
BK&JFjieapolis. No violent outbreaks took placo
JBKjflyeetorday, howovor, though an unavoidable
fMKr restraint was noticed in tho bearing of cer-
HRt(bin members of tho Board towards cortaiu
)HBthersf and n Rood deal of routino business
ffifwM transacted, tho session continuing until
HiMrly 0 in tho afternoon.
HHKBa. delegation of minors from tho Twelfth
Hrwid Fourteenth divisions of District Assoin.
Hfifibly 135, representing tho Hchuylkill and
IHVjlfaJnnokln anMSracito coal regions, had visited
HH& ifeehcadtiunrt crs at 814 North Broad streot
HBSjast week in tho Interest of tho Lehigh strik.
HR?r8, Ana yesterday those, with Hugh McGar-
HHjey and D. M. Evans, of tho Exccutivo Board
' HBuW District Assembly 135, appcarod before tho
HmBoard. and f.skcrt permission to send a circu-
Hfrt" tho craft throughout tho country call.
HHKljtg for financial assistance This boon was
BniHHiicdanrias a result there is every proba.
jMJHity of increased uid flowing in upon tho
IKsV It was cxpoctcd that a ntimbcr of clerks
- flHEXr'bo bad incurred tho enmity of Messrs,
"BSjjXtitehman and Hayes would bo removed tho
2JSrt thing, but this was not dono. It is prob.
MHftSble; however, Uiat an attempt will bo mado
HBrio'cnop off tho heads of Bomo of tho rlerks
H&to-dny and to-morrow on the ground that
HBmPoto rigid economy is needed in tho admin.
EftJrtrallou of tho general ofuros.
ESt" After tho meeting Mr. Fowdcrly said ha
HTkad nothing to say on tho iiuestiou of a split
Bki tho' order. Ho is looking well and sayslin
Mftreela ready for plenty of hard work on behalf
Httaf the orclor. Mr. Barry was inoro communi
M&eeWlvo and roluted somo interesting opisodes
HBt( tho Minneapolis Convention.
Wt In regard to his f uturo action on tho Board
Hhketsaidi " I hava been, am and always will
jKi bo an honorable Knight of Labor, and I will
IBpJearry out tho duties lovolving on mo as a
K'msmbcr of tho Exccntivo Hoard for tho good
IHkef tho order." Mr. Barry denied that ho was
E&M the convention of tho thirty.eicht illssat.
Sled Anarchistic Knights in Chicago who
omulgatod tho circular of opposition, but
HLmid bo Lad been interested in and had visited
H7Uie condemned Anarchists in Conk County
IHiuall. "I havo known Barsons," ho said,
fBSki'itor ton years, and n more good. hearted,
SoMnlablo man I havo never seen. Hn would
'tt,.,iK2ll6thnrtn woman. Hpiesis also a kind, in.
S -K feenslvo 'gentleman.'' Mr. Barry heartily
'RiiPS'nipathir.eH with tho Anarchists, and says
na boUevcS they aro innocent. " While I
Hr. eenuot provo it," hu continued, " I am con.
BiVlnced that thoso men did not throw tho
K'.bomb." Mr. Barry leans to tho remarkable
Hff1elief for which lie says ho has proof, that
HbHKUio Pinkerton men throw tho bomb. Mr.
Bfvitorry has never had any lovo for tho Pinker.
flRtans, and has accused them of almost overy
HRjgJfltap on tlieso occasions.
jE&S, His predilections aro in tho direction of
KpAuarchism, which ho calls individualism.
HftrSIe. said that tho ideas of tho individualists,
H of, whom Labadio, of Detroit, is one, wero
Helioo Utopian to prove of muoh value, yet ho
Hfelt kindly towards them. Mr. Barry ex.
pjHressed himself iiuito strongly in regard to
rtfSroe thought and what is known as infidelity.
RVHo hold that honest froo thought was as good
Rfc's honest Christianity. Ho ridiculed tho
K$f Siockcry of religion that tells murderers thoy
M&aro bound for heaven.
E, THE RIVAL J0CKKV3.
HfeVSnnpppr" (Jarrl.on nml "Jimmy" nie.
jHlf ' XnuRbllti Tied Tor llio l.cnd Tula Hcn.ou.
jBt 'rum rAi WmMvjto Crttle.
Htl Tborivtlrj between JocVcfs Garrison nnd lie
Bm Xaugnlin has Iiccn a toplu of great Intercut In sport
H'lng circles Uurliijt the iirenent season. In no sea
;r5onn tho etrupglo for tlie jiruiul iiltlon of
HKr-'rremlcr Jockey been so close aud excltliiR. Up to
HLihetlme of the Ualtiinore mcctlug Ourrlson hail
H& eucti a coianiundlnx lead that his victory wus gcu-
trally coacedctl. Hut last week and this week the
H.wtns by tho Ilirjers' cracks helped McLaughlin.
HBJw'consldcrably, and jestcrday afternoon, when hu
IHgK landed Banuer-Bcarer a winner, bis Kcore equalled
Sr.sGarrison's both having had lot wlaiilns mounts.
H Oarrlson began the season at Memphis on April
&! .r S3, eight days before McLaughlin hail a mount. It
,Hg;-fM singular that ho won with Favor, the crr hnrsc
Ki-t ,nat enabled McLaughlin to tic him yciuerday.
tHpX.Uwon his tlrat four mounts, and went to Lcxlng
, ftffi Jon and won on Uanlmrgon May 1. On the same
Hg day Mclaughlin opened the meeting here, win
EKTKalngwlthl'asha. Garrison had a wins the start.
Mrf Jimmy, however, had G wins hero and 4 at Hiiltl
gi woreAand then he and tho "Siuppir" . enn
KT Sracttou of ".Tack-Biiappcr." as uarriaott wus
HHu' vailed when a youngster nut at Brooklyn. On
Pf the second day ho defeated GurrUou on 1 ea Tray.
Mu.V airamy riding Hanover. Tnu da) slater with Or
Ymgrj lando he defeated GarrlAou on Mujvesant.
v j." fairly lifting his horse In ilrst by a ucck." Hut
HE Oarrlaon on Tea Tray then defeated his rival on
BTKi "i'ordham twice. Jimmy won the Withers, the
Kj, Crotoci Handicap ami the Juvenile stakes.
Ik; At the second Brooklyn meeting McLaughlin also
Hf.y .TOD the Parkway und Lawin lew handicaps and
K', tne Brooklyn Derby. At Hheepshcad Bay Gurrlion
F won the Foam Stakes on Omaha, Mac on KtngtUh
&'' r.nlshlng third, and agalu defeating Jlmuiyluthu
3 Sporting Stakes with lUircli, McLaughlin on Telle
K Ioe. The Fourth of July was a great day for the
Rfr PBnapper." Tho Fourta of July Handicap he
BgU ronwIihBen All. and then defeated The Bard
RK', with Troubadour In the Oceau stakes, und. as u
GWK kind of make weight, won the Welter Cup with
Hk At Monmouth and Saratoga the rivalry con-
ra. tinned. Hln greatest irlumpli was 1 11 defeating
"K McLaughlin on Hanover with lluulmrg at Mon-
4. luonth.- After this nls wins weru principally with
U Kollan, Ntuyyesant, Cyclops anil Oyster. Mu-
IK' Xioshllu ou Bess twice defeated the Huappcr on
nrr'1' nls own Kollan. His greatest success was winning
PHaSi the Junior Champion and the champion Stakes In
t'!B9 Kne ,,ay wlonl'iK nearly i,wm. hc uis,. hroke
UmjLi the seren-furlong record w Ith Kingston, (larrlv)n
, jES&i ',n Stnyvcsant being third. And no ltthas ion-
.imBgMk tlnued, first onu winning anil then tnc other. It la
djBX-u u gallant strngglo and mi) the bt st man win.
IHR A Conboy'n l'lud.
Kfe?' fron H4 Vtnt trllrjmUlrau.l
About two months ago uu eusUbouud freight
vK .train ocr the Uulou I'aclllc broke In twu near
IjWb, Laramie city whllo going down hill In tho nlglit
Mmt'. time. The front half, going around a curve.
gE" iwhlppcd off tho rear car. which went rolllug down
JEHfit , asteep embankment. The car was tilled with
Kf); tiholce silks, end yet Its depirture from the front
nHHta end was so clean and unattended by any unusual
P shock that the train men did not notice It. They
WJBSi'i.; wupled up again and went on to Cheyenne where
HP the loss was discovered. Kinee that time search
hlW; J!f J'etn m?.ae tor ,no car alou? the whole line
UBt.. without ayalL Last week a cowboy found a car
nHf flying behlod a big pile of rocks ami covered with
EnWMw!lu",'c',,low,,laclo:rAw. He chanced to bo go
KIBKJK tout to tho nearest station, and casually utked the
HE& S?cM w,iy ,ne company didn't clear up that wreck.
MBSSff., 'H'a:elliacc0lnP1,nlt'lnln' uck and discovered
SKE. !hau'aa.,h bilasing car. Aside from being
W- Hbrokenlnatthe sides slightly tho car waa not
-a LIK, l.ma.Bel1' an" '"' valuable contents were found
SnWftV,' Vrrucla Slnnonry.
jKEfc lUrom LihIitHU Couriir Journal.
'SaKfti It Is not a well known fact that the Free Masons
Kci of, this country und Great Britain, Ucrniany Italy
.uad Spain are cut off from all Intercourse with
's1' Ihoso of France. The Masoulo orders of thoso
Hi Jutlons.Ulacountenance thoso of France, because
fHMfc . J' latter resolvtil ears ago to omit all mention of
Mil (. 'fl ' of tho Dotty frtfn the ceremonial firms.
W yiw Frciich, in their lights with tho church carried
IwS K "",lr ""'"fonlams to this weak extreme lu nu
K vViSTK,1.5! """I!? becn olscoantenanced by
W elcSlaMufiicuiSir ' rt'ara M lhc "ttlU "'
BMBBsMtoaii.JlL'mi.,!,.. -. , v
CDH10SIT1ES WORTH SEEING.
One Con Travel Over the World bv Wolkln
H10 Corridors ofllic Nntlonnl 4liieum.
WaMhtnfflon LfUfr to t'ttra Ohfrrr,)
I dropped into the National Museum yesterday.
It Is one of the finest In the world, aud In Its spe
cialties It surpasses those of L'uropc. Few people
have any Idea of Its extent. Its exhibits are num
bered by the tens of thousands, and the articles
which compose them will run Into the millions.
One can travel over the world by walking through
Us corridors, nnd hc can study many people here
almost as well as In their own countries. Here, for
Instance, Japanese llfo Is represented by figures of
Japs engaged In their various occupations. Hero
arc Japanese men and women of life size Just as
they look lu Japan, and there has of late been re
ceived n large collection of Japanese 'household
utensils and of tools of all kinds In common use In
Japan. Then there arc the products of the coun
try in art, and In tho porcelain collection the finest
of the Japanese ware is seen bcsldo that of Sevres
and of Worcester.
In this porcelain collection, Indeed, oiw may
study the evolution of pottery from tho rude pro
ductions of tho savage up to the finest art work
made by tho factories of tho French government,
and It Is so with nearly every branch of manufac
ture. Take, for instanco, such articles as knives and
swords, and you may find them here of all nations,
from the scalplng.knlfo of the Indian to the Dam.
ascus blade of the Mohammedan. Here are
knives mado by tho (Jltkan Indians of Alaska, ham.
inerrdontof cupper and ornamented with carved
handles representing human heads. Here is the
stone-knife of the Navajo chief, and here Is an
executioner's knife from Central Africa. It Is as
big as u sickle, but the sharp edge Is on the outer
Instead of the Inner curve. It Is said that tho
criminal's head Is fastened to a bent tree, and that
the executioner slices It off as tho tree Is allowed
to spring back Into shape.
The hat collection of the Museum embraces the
head-gear of all nations, aud there is u collection
here from Cores which contains some hats as big
as umbrellas. Fancy dresses of all kinds are dis
played In another exhibit, and you may study the
costumes of a dnr.cn nations from the silks and
satins hero shown. Home of tho Japanese cos
tumes were tho gifts to presidents, but the presi
dents of the United mates have no right to receive
gifts from foreign iiotentates, and such gifts are
turned over to the Museum. There is a feather
cloak at the entrance which was made for one of
the old kings of the Handwlch Islands and which
consumed nearly a century In Its construction. It
Is as big us a good-sized dolman aud Is made up of
countless red and yellow feathers of a quality so
dlmuult to procuro that three of the feathers cost a
Just opposite this cloak the Grant relics shine
out of their cases In all their beauty, and within
arms' length of this royal cloak hangs the uniform
which the great General wore when he was com
manding the armies of the United mates, and a
yard or so on the other side are tne fur clothes of
an Esquimau. Speaking of tho Grant relics, the
collection of historical matter belonging to the
Museum constantly Increases, and It has many a
choice reminiscence and rare curio. Gobelin
tapestries hang upon Us walls, aud It has tho
mosaic lion which was exhibited at the Centennial.
This lion stoud In tho court of Tunis. It was sold
to the Kngllsh Consul-Geticral there by some Icon
oclastic Arabians, and waa given to the Museum
by this Constil-Geueral. This lion was originally
stolen from the temple of Astarte In Carthago. It
was made about tho time Christ was born, and it Is
nrobablv the oldest mosaic In this country.
'there Is on old tomb here of marble, a sar
cophagus.whlch probably once held the bones of
somo Homan nobleman, and tho collection of relics
of Washington's Day Is full of interest. More can
be learned of Washington from tho study of the
articles In the museum than from those of Mount
Vernon, und a luok at his raro old china and fine
furniture shnwsthat ho loved tho beautiful and the
fanciful, and his dress proclaims lilm to have been
somewhat of u dude. He drank his wine from
tho finest of cut glass. He ate his soup from the
bluu china which Is so hard to get now, and when
he rested his shapely limbs he dropped them Into
The original Declaration of Independence Is also
here, unci there are a number of old Spanish docu
ments dating back. 400 years and more. Ono curi
ous autograph letter is that uf Itobert Fulton
speaking of Tils patent, and there la a letter from
John Itsndalph, of Itoanoke, to Madison. Hero
are autograph letters of nearly all the ''residents,
and there Is an autograph copy of Longfellow's
Another curiosity Is a case containing locks of
hair of all the Presidents, und from It you may
see that the color of u boy's head Is no sign as to
whether he will bo President or not. Jefferson
had red hair, und his portrults represent him as
banging It down over his forehead. Garfield's
hair was almost that of a tow head, and tho hair
preserved uf Georgo Washington Is Iron gray.
President Arthur hail dark hair, and Abraham
Lincoln's liulr wus dark brown.
AL FUESCO TKAflEDY.
Booth nml turret! I'lny Under a Itooflesa
Theatre In Kansas C'll).
Ifrow ( ."(. ok rod. JUipnlch.
Those cmluent tragcdlaus, Messrs. Booth and
Barrett, have had an oxpcrlenco of wild Western
vvaya aud push lu Kansas city which Is unique and
which they will not soon forget. The company
was booked to open lu the new Waedcr Grand
Opera-Housc last Monday. The house Is tho prop
erty of Col. Georgo W. Warder, tho poet of tho
Kaw, and real estalo millionaire. He stsrtcd to
build It Just slxtv-two dojs before the opening,
ami his honor and tho honor of all Kansas city
were slaked on the fact that the building, which
Is, or should be, llvo stories high, would be com
pleted in time.
Tho opening took placo on Tuesday night In
stead of Monday, und tho telegrams sent from
Kansas City Indlcuted thut tho opening was a grand
success, the only drawback being the coolness of
the auditorium, owing to a defect In the heating
I'. J. Toomey. the Bcenlo artist who Is painting
the scenery, came down from Kansas city yester
day and told Mr. Levy, of the Booth-Barrett com
pany, all about It. When Mr. Levy left Kansas
City u week ago tho walls were not up and not a
bltof plusterlug had been done; but Col. Warder
was sanguine, and declared that everything would
be all right. Mr. Toomev ssvs the walls aro still
not up, und Messrs. Booth and Barrett have been
playing since Tuesday night without u roof on the
theatre; and tho fresh breezes of the Kansas
prairies have toyed with the curls of Mi. Barrett
und the long ringlets of Mr. Booth, while It waved
the togas of tho supers and kissed the fair
shonlders of the Kansas city beuutlcB who braved
the elements lu full dress to see tho distinguished
At 0 o'clock Tuesday evening tho house was full
of scaffoldlug and tho ncw-lsld plaster was wet
and dripping. A force of 150 men nude the sesf.
folding disappear like snow In the sun, and Col.
Warder stood on tho edgoof tho stage roof and
superintended the lob. At 9 o'clock the scaffold
Ing was down and tho doors were thrown open.
Tho scenery was all ready, hut only one set could
be used, and tho entire play of "Othello" was
given vv Ith this one set. 'Ihe actors wanted to play
ill overcoats and sealskin sacks, but heavy woollens
were substituted and the w hole tragedy was given.
A couple of big stov es were placed where thelioxes
uught to be, and the audience went and warmed
up between the acts. Warmed apartments were
Pfovlded for the stars. Many of the ladies had
101110 out In full dress and sat in their wraps. The
thermometer In the house, owing to the cold
wave and the dampness, was nearly down to zero.
Wednesday afternoon " Julius Cn-sar" was given
with one scene, and another performance was
given last night under the shinlug 1110011 and the
1 hc prosi'cnum plcco Is not up aud the top of the
curtain and the flies are hid by draplugs of blue
tissue oil paper. The boxes arc not lu and the
chairs In the parquet and dress circle are not In.
temporary chairs being used. There are four hall
coules altogether. There Is a temporary railing
around ono lu place of the from, but tho upper
galleries have uo railing at at all.
It Is expected that the few feet of wall yet In
tomplctcd will be put up and the roof put on by
to-night, but so far the week of tragedy In Kansas
City at tho Wurder Is without parallel In the an
nals of tho modern stage, Wednesday night in
order to nil contract for steam heat. Col. Warder
hired a lot of threshing-machines and attached
the boiler-pipe to the steam heating plpeaand
pumped steam into the roofless theatre. The
tragedians hod lu play In the house, because there
is a guarantee of 18,Chiu for the week. Enough
seats hav e been sold to cover It.
Altr Free mid i:r.
AVi ( Buffalo riprtti.
The stylo of the average sailor may or may hot
be Indicated by the following Btory, but It will
pretty closely nt the conduct of very many of
theso easy-going cltl7cns of the world. It was
down on the dock not far from the pier chutes a
week or two ago. A schooner waa about to leave
port, and the lost of the crew, a careless looking
chap who had cut a pretty big swath whllo ashore,
was very reluctantly making his way on board,
homebody asked him what ho was so alow about
und he explained that be had somehow entirely
failed to do Justice to the occasion. He hadn't
come out even this time. Putting his hand Into
Jits pocket he drew out about U In silver pieces.
Looking at them with some inlsgivtng he (aid that
he had never shipped beforo when he had any of
that sort of stuff left and he didn't feel all right
now. Then a happy thought struck him. owing
his hand a sadden Jerk he dung the handful of
coin into the water and Jumped on board, per
THE BEST OF THEM ALL.
A Wonderful Remedy !
WHICH LKAD TO
Tills Indy suflcrctl twenty years with n
severe Bronchial Cough, never lylnp;
down without a severe attack. Read
liow she was cured, after much persua
sion to to try tho Jlulsam :
P. W. KINBMAN . CO.:
My testimony In favor of Atlnmson's
Botanic Balsam will lie but nn ndilition of
many who can testify by oxporienco tho mar
vellous cures effected by its use. My caso is
not an ordinary 0110. Por twenty years I hav 0
Buffered from n Bronchinl cough, never lying
down without a Severn attack of tho Bnuio.
Aftor much persuasion I was induced to try
your Balsam, and its good effects for six
months aro certainly marvellous. Plcaso um
this truthful testimony for tho advantage of
all sufferers like mysnlf.
MltH. WM. J. ALDEN,
Fob. 21, 1887. Duxbury, Moss.
Moro than twenty years ago Adamsou's
Botanic Balsam was introduced generally
throughout Now England as a remedy for
Coughs, Colds and Pulmonary complaint).
Hinco its introduction it litis constantly won
its way into public, favor, until now it is tho
universal decision that ADAMSON'S BO
TANIO BALSAM is tho best remedy for cur
ing Coughs, Colds and Asthma.
It is prepared from highly concentrated
Vegotablo Extracts and Barks, Gums und
Boots of wonderful healing proportics, and
is highly comtnendod by clergymen, cnii
uout physicians and scientific men every
where, testimonials from whom can bo fur
nished without number.
You can find tho Balsam 011 salo at all
drug stores in small and .largo bottles.
Prices, 10, 35 and 75c. Put up so that all
con bo nccommodatcd. Bomember, iu
that wt aro not calling your attention to a
novelty or somo new nostrum, but to a emo
tive ngent that has been used very exten
sively for twenty years, and during that time
the sale has been steadily increasing, until to
day it stands without nn eiiual,
THE BEST OF THEM ALL.
F. W. KINSMAN & CO.,
Druggists, Car. SJOth HI. and lib Ave. N. Y
Convlnellig n Skrptle.
Yom IX Altxmy Journal.)
At a spiritualistic seance, 8.811 r. m, Two ladles
und twelve men aro sealed In chairs In a circle
facing the medium, who has Judiciously plueed u
"skeptlo" between two "believers." Tho
"Judge," a gray-halred believer lu raaulfesta
tlons to mntral tenses of the presence of disem
bodied spirits, be they good or evil, selies with his
left hand the right wrist of tho skeptlo at his left,
while his right wrist Is clasped by the left haud of
the skeptlo seated at his right. In thiswise the
circle Is completed, aud the medium, after making
sure that the hands of all present are engaged
turns tho gas down and out, seats himself in front
of ono of the skeptics, In order to convince tho
disbelievers that hc does not take part lu the an
ticipated manifestations, und tells the faithful
not to fear the sntlcs of tho spirits. Tho
medium cau with his lung arms and
fingers touch the heads and shoulders of
all present. He places a violin, Ikiw und fan upon
his lap and then folds his arms. Presently thevlo.
lln moves about the circle, the fan whisks by the
noses of the skeptics, and the "Judge" shouts
"Thercthey are!" "Is that jmi, John?" Ac A
sprightly old man, with rosy cheeks and the linger
ing vigor of youth, has his boot pulled off by ales,
live spirit, and the medium admonishes htm (the
Sprightly . m.) that his father Is standing behind
him. " Describe hlni," demands the s. o. m. ex.
cltedly. "describe him, 1 say, do jou heart"
"He is tall and not very atom,'' replies the me
dium, complacently. "That's him, that's Mini"
the a. o. m. exclaims assuredly, "Just such uiiuii.
Just such a man!" Then the kkeptlc next the
" Judge "dtaengagrs his left hand, wrests thevlo
lln from the alleged spirit, und, raising It by the
neck over his head, taps the v enerable Judge on the
head. "There they arc at my head," the v. J.
ejaculates gleefully as tho mischievous skeptic
bangs the hark of the lolln upon his head. Then
there are some messages mi slates, and then the
gas la lighted and the sleek medium stands at the
front door and collects U uf skeptic aud bellevtr
alike as they pass out.
Forgot Her ISamr.
Fromtho UI'iiNy (r;u.) w.
A country darky applied at the Ordinary's office
In this city opo day last week for a uiariiage
license. Mr. H. J, Jones, who was acting for Or
dinary Odom, procured a blank and prepared to
Issue tho necessary paper. When the darky waa
called upon to furnish the name uf his fair Inamo
rata he looked puzzled, and then a look of conster
nation spread over his clmnj.hued countenance as
ho loifulirloasly saldi
'Fore ood, .boss, I'sc done forgot dat gal's
name, and the Jeaa tole me dls rooming." The
flarky inatened off and aoon returned with the
name of hi Intended tpouse. and left rejoicing
mtuta.murUeilcenieV ' "JO'
L j v
After our early jobbing trade
has depleted tho assortment of
sizes of a number of lots of goods,
wo usually collect together tho
remaining garments and give our
rotail customers a benefit. This
explains our bargain sales short,
sharp and decisive, as you who
havo participated in former ones
well know. Thoroforo, if you
would not bo disappointed, como
A WINTER OVERCOAT
"Wo aro " sacrificing " several
thousand heavy Overcoats of plain
and fur beaver, chinchilla, astrakau,
korsoy, molton and fancy coatings
all colors, all styles, all sizes
For tho time being these bar
gains will absorb most attention
At the Prince Street Store
whoro thoy all aro ; but in each
storo is a complete and superb
stocj of mou's and boys' apparel of
every sort that must commend itself
to discreet buyers.
A manufacturer who had too
many, turns ovor to us 270 dozen
brown Underwear that wore mado
to rotail at $2.00 por garment wo
pass them ovor to you at $1.00
each surprising value.
Rogers, Peet & Co.,
ULOTHKS, HATS AND B1IOE8.
BKOADWAY AND ritlNCE ST.,
nitOADWAY AND USD BT.
A Father Abducts Ills Child.
IRaUtmort Auitrttan'M U'aiSbiyloit Zttur.
Somewhat of a sensation has been creuted in the
West l'.tul lately by a dramatic episode In one of
our best. known families. Among those who have
made their homo lu Washington for tho past few
seasons Is a young married woman, whose great
beauty has already become a threadbare toplu of
com crsatlon. Having recently returned from her
summer trip, the young matron put tne finishing
touches to the toilet of her two little ones snd sent
them out for u constitutional with the nurse. Thoy
went to Lafayette Hquarc. While the nurse was
quietly seated on one of the benches chatting with
a friend, tho children were observed to rush
towards a handsome man, whom they recognized
as their father, albeit they bad not Been him for
sometime by reason of his having chosen New
York for his residence. Ith one of the little ones
In his arms, the father advanced to the nurse and
told her that he would take the little one to the
Arlington Hotel for a half-hour, at the
end of which time ahe was to call
for him. Acquiescing In this arrange
ment, the nurse let go of her little charge, but rose
at the end of the half-hour, and crossing the street
to the hotel. Inquired of the clerk for the chlld'a
father. As might hare been surmised, that parent
was not forthcoming, and neither was the child.
Almost distracted at this turn of affairs, the nurso
hastened borne to her mistress. ly the next train
the pretty young matron was speeding on her way
InjewYork, on reaching which city she at once
acquainted her brother, well-known man about
town, with the facts of the case. What trans
pired bctw een the brother and the husband Is one
of those things which can only be guessed at; but
whatever the means employed to regain the child.
It was successful, and holding the little one fast
lu her arms, the mother hastened back to her home
lu this city, the whole event having transpired In
the course of two or three days. Evidently 011
more than one subject the parents must hold
widely different Ideas, for while with his father
the little fellow was shorn of his long lovely curls.
w hlch w ere the especial pride of his mother.
Novelties In Vlovrrr Jewrlrj.
(on l. rMaffjMa JVm.,,1
Flower Jewelry Is moro varied and in higher
favor than ever before. Infinite pains is taken in
closo Imitation of nature, and double violets, In
exquisite enamel with diamond centre, four-leaved
cloy, rose buds and blossoms, edelweiss, lilacs
ind clover are the posies that society girls most
fancy. The orchid la a new thing In Jewelry, and
w Ith Its multitude of shapes and colors affords am
ple gTound for the experiments of the artist in
enamel, niaek violets are the latest notion for
people who wear Jewelry In mourning. Twenty,
live iloji.ara to $lso buys the daintiest of blossoms
-eiiuuiel, but when ono comes to pinks done In
flur deep red rubles, or violets In blue aapphlrea.
then the figures run up to $700 or tsoo. The real
novelties in flower Jewelry for tho winter are tur.
quolses cut Into forget.me.nots.the blossom carved
bodily out of the stone, and moonstones cut like
wise Into blossoms of half a dozen kinds.
In Tswa and Country.
rnwt fta.Voo Orlus Mrat,l
New York society Js said .19 have tone back to
the country to watch the 'leaves turning red. The
club men are In town maktag their noses turn red.
E. J. DElfflU & CO.,
A. T. STEWART & CO.
FIND THEMSELVES AM
PLY REPAID BY A VISIT
OF INSPECTION, GREAT
ER INDUCEMENTS BEING
OFFERED THAN CAN BE
22 AND 24 MUCH
D 1 p U
$1.00, $2.00 & $3.00 PERYD. ;
$3.50, $7.00 and $12.00.
36-INCH all-wool mixed Serge
at 25c. per yard; re
duced from 50c.
38-INCH all-wool Serge, in all
the new colors, at
28c. por yard ; re
duced from 50c.
42-INCH all-wool Diagonal at
35c. por yard ; re
duced from 60c.
50-INCH all-wool Homespun,
mixed colors and
brown, at 50c. per
yard; reduced from
50 EXTRA QUALITY
ALASKA SEAL SACQHES,
BEST LONDON-DYED SKINS,
40 TO 46 INCHES LONG,
AT $125.00 EACH ;
REDUCED FROM $175.00.
Broadway, 4th Ayb., 9th and 10th Sts
Fathers and mothers, we do
this to get acquainted with you.
We know, after you have dealt
with us once, we shall secure
YOUR FUTURE TRADE.
Every garment we offer is
NEW ; STYLE THE LAT
EST AND DURABILITY
GUARANTEED. Our stock
is the LARGEST IN THE
CITY, and you cannot fail to
be PLEASED WITH YOUR
SELECTION. Here are
SUITS AT $3 ; former price,
TRIMMED AND FASH
IONABLY CUT CAPE
OVERCOATS, FOR BOYS,
AT $3 ; marked to sell at $6 ;
and the little fellows can have
our regular $i knee pants at 50
Uroadway, Cor. Grand St.,
8th Ave., Cor. 40th St.
A1 v&R,VKT..0LK'i,Ny0, TtaomMjanws SIMrt!
15S Urutdwsr, N. Y. ; Hn. ind 6th, J. O. Teli.
50 gas. &rjf
W EXTRACTING OU
5,ltlh,aJLEi,l,:1S, &'.', Ulaf Mo. up. Klut cold
A well-aimed shot t
Id time wnen everybody Jff
la in want ot Clotting. &
Our announcement in yesterday'sTTZO"-)-! j. -r-r- ft
papers has created the biggest TUnj1ii' S
on our Eighth Avenue and 42d St. yVy I ( (t) f
Store we have ever had. Our Half- wXjjTOiwiUl .f.L7 ft
Price Sale of broken lots, con-1 p irv "-w '
sjsting of many of the highest jl ' I t1''- ,
grades Overcoats, Suits, Odd Coats, ' J ryK-l
Pants and Vests for men and f f J ' -
boys, is progressing so rapidly that' 1 J WC-. '
this extraordinary bargain sale is nA jPy j
not expected to last very long. j
VOGEL BROTHERS, '
8th Ave. and 42c! St.
BJbKSvsxsj-. "Home, .weet Home.
VM?u5aiSi nelteverao humble:
!ajuSwkjcKYjto There, no place like
YJj"1 ii.nj TI the ambition of
PKINCE AND PEASANT, 11ICH AND POOIt
TO OWN A HOME
and pay for It.
THE GREAT PROBLEM
of .ecurlnt to labor the reward of Industry
and frugality that has taxed the brain ot the
irlae and cood of nil senerntlona uaa been
pracilcallv solved by
JERE JOHNSON, JR.,
who la aelllnc
BEAUTIFUL, ACCEMHIBLE LOTS
For $100 AND UPWARD on
$5 AND $10 MONTHLY PAYMENTS
EAST NEW YORK
$200 AND UPWARD AT
Title, all Insured by
TITLE GUAUANTEE & TKC8T CO.
All mar own a home vrbo will come to GO
Liberty nt., New York, or 303 Fulton .t.,
Brooklyn, tor maps and free excuralon tick
et.. Bgsgxg. Bath Beach
Hlluated on the lino ot the srentest Improve
ment. In the vicinity ofNew York,
nnd just beyond the
GUEAT HUNT ESTATE.
LOTS 8128 AND UPWARD,
85 AND SIO MONTHLY.
The Thirty-ninth Street Ferry, now running,
nnd the completion of the elevated Kail
road, will donble the value of every lot.
1,300 HAVE ALKEADY BEEN MOLD.
HCOIIES OF BUILDINGS HATE BEEN
The balance of the property 1. to be disposed
of before Jan. 1.
BE QUICK. EXAMINE. BUY IHU'OKE ALL
TITLES GUARANTEED BY THE TITLE
GUAUANTEE AND TUUHT COMPANY.
Map. and tree llrket.at the oilier, of J RUE.
JOHNSON. Jr., O J Liberty at., New York;
and 3U3 Fulton at., Brooklyn.
pi JERE. JOHNSON, JR.
AU 01" THE LOTS UNSOLD AT THE
Great Auction, dent. 20,
Will I), dtnpnnrd of t private lo nn mtj terms for
$600 AND UPWARD.
Agents llff.M at branch office, on preraUeH, corner nf
Naananand Humlioldt t., Urrfmrmlnt. to allow tin. lota.
r HP.W 'f! Jere- ty?!. Jr., 60 Liberty at., New York,
or a'J3 rulton tt., Jlruoklyn,
BANKING AND FINANCIAL-.
!1 Per Mil
To competent Murine. Men accepting eiclualr cltr
uracle.lorul.i our NATIONAL AUTOMATIC
IJAS MAV1M1 GOTKUNOHS. lllqoired hr all
.is consumers. Save 33 per rent. In tin. Hill..
They eriualiie the pressure at meter. Baouro a steady
and Increased iUuinlnatinn, Inaurins perfect oombuatinn
?,' th.Mses and a pur. and healthful atmosphere.
1'rmnt tho diaagreeabie whi.tllna, blowlna and amoklna
ol burners, remoiljlni frequent danger from fire and e j.
pens, of broken globe.. Oier 10,000 in sonic. In
iSmS ? bl5Mt Mercantile Corporate nd Kipert
Authorltlea. Agents clearing $500 per month. Ad"
THE UNION NATIONAL GAel SAYING CO..
74 flUOADWAV. NEW YOltKV
CRAND MASS MEETING
of the Twenty-second Assembly Diatrlot
UNITED LABOR PARTY
TO-NU11IT, at BOTH RT. and 1RT AVE.
Ing from hwdinarUra. 1438 Sd tr... TP.M.
I ALFRED STECKLER.
JAMES McOREERY & CO. I
Continue tlioir special sale f
of several thousand pairs of J,
Fine California Blankets at ij&i
a large reduction from man- ym
ufacturers' present whole- B
sale prices. The following jl
are the sizes and prices : l
10-4 60x70 Inches .... $5.50 per pair ii
11-4 72x84 incites .... 7.00 per pair Ml
12-4 78x80 inches .... 8.G0 per pair ill
13-4 84x00 inches .... 10.00 per pair M$
14-4 OOxOO inches .... 11.50 per pair 5r
A special lot of Eider Down
Bed Quilts, with handsome ' ,
Sateen Coverings, in single,
double and extra bed sizes. I
at $8.00, S0.5O and $11.00
each, being a little over half
Broadway and 11th St. T
"37e Century Mugazltie is doing more !
than any other private agency to teach the I
American people the true meaning of the U
teords Nation and Democracy, It is a great f
maaattne and It la doing a great tcorfc."
JAI(is. Daily JVeti'a. j
THE CENTURY f
fmJ""' Bcfjins its new volumo
-.Jmm (tho 35th) with a mac (1
:'rtrffirlB uiflcent November num.
4TJP3gfi35SN er containing the be. '
,'ijWr!v ginning of a powerful ,
rWJM JI novel by Edward Eg- J
aflBHiaUK) gleston (author of "Tho X
WKl Hoosior Schoolmaster")
MRlFlV;' Mu' n charming three. e
IwmSrVi&fn uart Btory bv "eo- w '
A Eja'lV Cable. It contains also
jVv?& Mult " Tho President-elect nt f.
VKmHEIS Springfield," by thepri.
RKHrSI vate Bccretaries of Abra-
festw JPlf'KtoKi l'am Lincoln, as inter.
SftajEf JKmJul esting as a novel and Vi
tmC j full of facts hitherto nn-
' published. The writers I
sibiria. 0f the Lincoln History,
having completed their preliminary
work, now enter upon the more personal and i
important part, to no called " Lincoln in tho )
Vor." A great feature of tho November Okm-
Tunv is the paper on "Tho Last Appeal of ,
tho llussian Liberals," being tho first of tho
long-expected sonos on
11 SIBERIA .
and the Exilo System," by Georgo Kennon, '
who bus recontly returned from a journey of i
15,000 miles through Itussia and Siberia (no
compauied by an artist), undertaken at tho k
expense of Tins Century. Mr. Herman know
the language thoroughly, he visited all tho
prominout Siberian prisons, and mado tho
acquaintance of somo 800 Nihilists ond Lib
erals, and the papers which ho is now writ
ing for Tub Gentuby will form the most
thorough aud graphic study of the Exile Sys- '
torn that has yet been made. All dealers sell
the November Century ; price 35 cents, $1 a
year. Tun Oentuby Co., New York.
NATURAL MINERAL Vf ATEB , Jf ,
Is a sutwrlor Ubl. watr and -an abaoluto kldnsr Mao;
if tor. l)iatrlbutlng Dapot, It Ilarolajrat. Hold brail
druggists and dealers.
P1ANQ3 ANU ORGANS. i
A -t) ALL AND BKK th '.leg-ant "Opera" piano, "J
jCV. th. flneat upright In tba market; elegantcaaeai M
moderate prices; $1U monthly Instalments; 89 rents; IB
one quarter's raualu lesson, free to purchaaerai second- w
hand pianos very low. reek A Bon, alB West th St., '.1
corner of 11 road way. M
A-TUK KBTKY UPWOUT PIANOS, wltn th.lr
. new repeaUng action, win the admiration of to. H
moat orltlcal: act hem before jou bur isold on montlur a
pajmcnU. gate l'lano Waxerooms. a East 14th st. JM
A NUMHKIl OK GRAND, upright and jqare pUnoa M
1 of our make, alightl used, almost a. good a. new. p
and fnllj warranted, will be aqld at a liberal redaction
from regular prlees; plana, to rent. Wm. Knab. A Oa.
1 Mb a... ebo.eVfith St.
BARGAINS IN PIANOS at Llndeman A, Bon's ware
rooma, 148 6th are., nsarlfHh at.; a larg. assort;
roantof an. and sllgbtlr uaed piano, of our own an4 '
other make, at ntj attractlt. prloefc .
TXTKhen OONoJEttl' GRAND FOR BALE fa v
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