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BBf' ' THE EVENING "WORLD: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1887.
Hp From Yesterday's Later Editions. V PLENTY OF GOOD APPLES. W- f MEW ORCHARDS MAKE IT HARD TO TELL HI WHEN IT IS AN OFF YKAK. BL, Tbree million jlni-rcl of Thli Season' Crop WtV Expected to Itench Rlnrkcl The Het K' Apples fient Abroad and We Oct tbe PK learlne Fnrorlte Apple Tor Kxport and H& Fancy Variolic Thnt Bring Hlal. Price. Bf Kiv' . O mnr,y uow orchards Kf VS&i&SlvLh "ro bolnc Brown and pti (fctnSt&SK. 110W l'strlctB comluu Blfr WaTrnTTiBSlilM '" nowadays," Mild a paiEi TORfflnTiTMf Prornluent Weit strcot Bk RBnriHsllllllJllil I,I'10 Mpper to n Hp'f x.jDF'm Evemno "World ro. R Mj&csP" porter, "that it is .El' .tS&nC? rttlller 0 difllcult thine HR'j.- $fc$4'wlft!S? to e" hcthor " '" nn iKC NVI off yelxr or uo' '10ro ..Hf 3.i? Ytl WM 'me 'w10n ' vrns Hfl ' Jtffit. V'jyMHUiogoncrairtilo thnt if Hn ia!i"il irJw there wore no apples Kfc "m J r in Wayne, Niagara and neBf' aiLJ,lr InK8011 Counties K BSWiiPwSj in this State, thero Hg wero none in tho Hn country, and this was about tho truth. Now, BtP Jiowc-Tor, if thoro aro no apples in ono Boction Bf "we can get thorn in another, and wo go Bouth K und North from them. Acreatmony apples Hr come from Nova Scotia and Canada to sup. Kf ply this morkot, and then ORain we draw a' K? largo supply from Virginia. Tho West is not K: on opple-Browing region." IH$ ' How about this yonr ?" iflK?- " There is a full crop in tho wostorn coun- IJHf lios of Now York, bo it niny bo rocardod as an iJHtv ' tld.fashioned apple year, although thoro is u f carcity in somo of the now regions, particu. arlyin Monroo and Cattaraugus CounticB, HK, yhero only onchalf a crop is reported. In I!, the West (he yield is very light. It iscsti- HHfV rnated that tho Now York crop is somowhoro iJB&t In the neighborhood of 3,000,000 barrols this ilKpf year. This 1b exclusive- of tho npplrs usod in PK) ' cidor.making and includes only tfjoso shippod fer to market." iaKV Aro not a great mnny of tho npples which IJBtf come to this market shipped to Kuropo )" 1JE&, " Certainly, thoy form during tho seasons, HJJrW that is during Ootober und November, ono of Pflfty, ihe principal articles of expert from this IJKfF port. It is estimated that over ono million IJHr -will be shipped to Kuropo this year from all HK? " the ports. The oxportB from New York aro PIKf''1 rotten behind thoso of Inst year up to thn iflEk prcsont lime, although last week thoy wont iflEC up to 20,000 barrols. Tho total figures this IMBo year up to Not. 1 aro 189,928 barrels against iHffv, 367,683 barrols for tho corresponding time ilKf last'year." 3J. " Where do tho orportapples como from ?,' HRLt " "Principally from tho westorn eountios' Hv' although almost all tho apples raisod in Ul- BBBjHb B'er Bn" Dutchess counties aro shipped di- UK's' root to Kuropo. In faot, all tho best apples HM' , that como to this market aro taken for ship. fr' taent, and New York peoplo got only tho HHkr leavings, so to spook. This is because tiiodo- BBKjv mand is so active, and because only tho Hp?5 "BOUndcst and best apples that can be pro- HKy cured are available for export. If not sound, Wh they could not stand the voyago. and tho Kg fruit would arrive In nn unsalable condi- K tlon. A groat deal of monoy has been lost Kt by shippers from this very cause, and now it Kt has como to be regarded as a very ticklish VbbBkb?& liuslness IHfi " Which aro tho best apples for export f " f'v " Well, I suppose you might call Baldwins E'l; and Greenings the favorites. Thoy aro tho BVy best for export because at this season of tho Ki year they ore hard as bricks, and are least R' affected by transportation. At wholcsnlo K ' they bring from $1.60 to $2 n barrel, and Hli, they ore now coming into tho market in great Kpt quantities. Another good export apple, unci HpT- a great favorite with English consymers, is K'("' tho Northern Spy. which comes only from k the -western counties of this State. It is a Hfc largo roddish npplc, with a pocnlinr and deli. HE" cato flavor. Spitzenbcrgs, 'which sell nt HfE. 91.75 to $2.25 a barrel at wholosale, are of HtJ?! "coarse ono of the old stand-bys, and aro al- Kt ways oagorly gobbled up by dealors, both for Hgi tho local and the oxport trado." H' ." What aro somo of the fancy varieties P" K The Newtown pippin, which comes from BV Virginia, is ono of the favorite fancy crudes. Ei Tho prtco ranges betweon $3 and v5, ao. K'ff -cording to the supply. Tho King variuty Bis sells at $3 a barrol, tho Oravcnstein, from Kt'i Nova Scotia, is worth about $3.60, and the H4. Bnow $3.25. Thoso arc all wholesale pricos. BL' Among other fancy grades aro the Yorktown K'r. and Monmouth pippin, the Cranberry pippin, f Egg Tops, None Suoh, VamloNeors and B, twenty-ounce pijinin, but the supply of these f apples in the market is always very small." PH' A Fine Dny All Around. BBj. Ifr'm U bl. JMul OWi.l 4' "Thli li Florida wettbtr," said awell-known PH'S" Tblrd street merchant ycitrrdsT. " I was In Kior- PB, W two jeara ago, sad we Bad exactly ttils weatber HSt, the wbole winter. " BHp "This Is what I call a California winter day." BK$ tills waa apoken by a pr Tnlneat real eatate dealer Ba' who dropped Into tbe Globe editorial rooms to RMsOTSJh exchange congratulations on tbe weathtr. "Thu W la tbe weathtr tbey bsve in Southern California all 1 rhe winter throngh. Homctlmca tner have a little ;ront, but rarely. " "w . "ldeoUre, thli weather remind! me ot home." Ngtp TttU tune It was a Ban Antnnlo man who spoke. BKVjV. lie had been out to Montana looking alter the sale fto of some ot nts Texas cattle, and atopped over In &, BL l'aul (or h few ttajs to brace up brtore return- CkhJi lnqtsontfc. Talk about your Klorlda and your Lower BBBm:& California winter, " continued the Ban Antonio BBBTSv man, " Text lnt lays them nil In the shade. Tho B'K- climate In Southeastern Texas Is drrer thau cither BaBwi Florida or California. Tho country around Han BBKlV Antonlo la the most fertile spot on tne Klnbe, and BBC?. the climate has an Elielan nuorlng. Thla Is the K?s flrat weather I ha e atrack sluco 1 left Texas that BBK? reminded me of hots' " BBaVi'v . " I was up iu Alaska last fall," remarked a fur BBBsl trader. " It was Just In this season nt Hum car BBK arlr ln November and they had this Idcntleal K weather for the whole of the two weeks 1 spent at fedi Bltka. It was a soft, balm air, Tilth Its dreamy tti :' haze and delicious rcsl fulness. " BB&' And yet It was only common, everj-dny Mlnno- K? iota Indian summer weather that these people k! were all in ecstasies over. All of which (joes to froi show that there Is a slmlllarlty ln every climate, pKjT land Minnesota Is the standard ot them all. 1 i BC5- Itouinuee of a Model' Kir. BBJ. (Vtfm thi CMtago Inttr Oetatt, BJj' The romance of studio life appeals -.cry strongly Bflg2 to the heart of ever j woman. The life of a model, BJIJI tu long as her popularity lasts, la like a panorama BEj Ot beautiful sights, pleasant sounds and delightful BH actuations. The atmosphere of the studio attunes Pr the souls of both artists and models to sentl- Kf menu Vanoy sitting all day on a data In &' a classic whlto robe with flowering azaleas Hr, all about and above yon. ahcddlng their Ktf lntoxleatUg perfume on all aides, like Ec a steady atream ot heavenly broezcsl Is It any Wu wonder the artist falls ln love with hla model when fmK. be sees her raised above him under her canopy or $ flotters, like a lslon of Ideal womanhood, u void- P tn-halred sahit ln a stirlue or a Oreek tlrl awaltlug her lover In the temple of I'lorut Marrlascs are said to bo made In heaven. They are certainly made In studios under moit favorable auspices, at,: Good art demands good models. At present they BuV Bte rare, and it la not a matter of astonlnhmem BLv that the an 1st who haa discovered a satlafactorj Kjm female model should make her his own for life by t$W tnarrylng her, ssnflt - - BBl' A1tbv Ahead. Bflf Vm fAf XorHt ftutMfn.) BKl'l Who aaya Amenca Isn't appreciated? Thearrl- KM, tal ln the United States ot II r. Chamberlain, the BMff official representative of the lliltlsh government, BBhf ) atleade 1 by tio popular demnnatrHtlon. At tne m same lime, the arrival In Great ISrltalu of John I. Builltau, the pnzc-ilghtcr. 1 maikeu by (hi meat K eutbualastto receptions wherever he goes. " Hur- BK;' fahlirthMledHbtatest Alius aheadl" BHL UdappreeUted Competition. BBE.I tVoin lk( onll! Ckmrir-Jeral. BBSl i There la great discontent la tbe prisons became BKp 9uajiicBtias dudes 8werujgauiKiv BBBMt--- . BBBwWsMi'f't ifn''''"'1 Vi"F ? '- " r , HsBMsMsBBBBBBBlr A CHINESE IMTERIAL OUTFIT. Tbonaand of llitnd Ilnar With a tlerateons Weddln; TroaMcau. YomlAa rail Mull fial..l The choice of the bride for the yuung Emperor of China haa nt last been made, and In duo time the daughter of the Duke of Chno, the brother of the preient Kmprcaa, will be Kuiprc of tho Cele -tlal Umpire. Although the wedding will probably not take place before lsnn, thousand of hands are already busy with tho lady's trousseau and wed ding presents, which havo probably never been equalled in wealth at any oilier Court. The follow. Ing, fur lintance, aro the presents which the young Kmperor Is presenting hi fiancee before their marriage, after tho actual engagement present, which consists of a gold seal, richly Inlaid with Jewels, the handle being formed by two gold dragons. Up to a month previous to tho wedding the Indv Is presented with ten piebald horse. with complete trapplnga; 10 gilt hcltnola nnl cnlrassex, 100 p eces of satin of drat quality, and 800 pieces ot cotton material. As wcddlnn presents the brhlo receives son ounces of gold: lu.ooo ounces (taels) ot silver; 1 gold tea rorvlcc, consisting of teapot, and 1 cup, with a lid; 1 silver tea service; s sliver wssh basins, l.ooo pieces of satin of the best quality; V) hoists, with complete trappings; 40 horses without trap pings; to saddles for packhorses and mule. Tho parents of the lady receive also 100 ounces of void: 1 golit tea-set; s,WW taels sliver; 1 silver tea-set; 1 Bluer waah-bssm; goo pieces oi silk! l.ooo pieces of cotton material; horses, completely harnessed; a helmet and cuirass; a now and a qnlver, with arrows; each parent 1 court dress for summer snd 1 for winter, 1 evcry-day dreas, and a aside cost. The brothers anil servant of the brldo also receive rich snd contlr presents. The bride's nuts aro tho most remsrknblo arti cles among the rich trousseau. The winter court hat has a rim of sablo; the crown Is msde of red velvet, irom tho ccniro of which rises a button composed of three parts, each of which Is orna mented with three small oblong pearls of particular beauty and seventeen ordinary poarla, while, In tho centre of eaoh part another splendid pearl Is set In gold and surmounted by n gold phienlx. The but ton Is surrounded by seven gold phrenlxcs, of which escn Is Inlaid with seven large ami twentv one small pearls snd a cnt's-cyo. At the back of the hat, below tno button, a gold pheas ant is placed with one CAt's-cre snd sixteen pearls. Tho tall of tho pheasant la dlvldod Into nve parts by B02 small and five large pearls, form ing a pendant, tho centre of which Is made of a liuiO (omit surrounded by pearls. At the end of the pendant a big coral Is suspended. A collar la fastened at tho back to tno hat, the ouulde of which la of sable, the Inside ot bright yellow material, with velvet ribbons, embroidered at tho end with diamonds. Tho three gala court dresses sre of a dark bluo color, with borders of gold embroidery, snd large dragons embroidered all over tho dreasei, wnlle down the front are sewn In gold thread the worda " Wan-Fu '' (eternal happlntas) and ' Wan Bbon " (eternal life). Tho necklaces and chains aro of an cnormona value, and composed for the moat part of pearls, turquoises, corals and diamonds. A hsndkerohlcr which Is worn ln tho belt Is green, richly embroid ered, trimmed with tassels of leweN and yellow ribbons. A gala apron of red and Mno satin, trimmed with otter akin and embroidered In gold, dragon fans and skirts of man? different kinds nro also part of thla gorgoons outot, and the furni ture, for the future Empress Is keeping every trade brisk throughout China. A FEE OF $0,000,000. How Lawyer William' Legal Claim of 81,000 Made Hlin a ninny Millionaire. (fVam tht LouUwill Courr.rriBf,l A young gentleman of prepossessing appearance, who Is well known In Loulsvillo society and Is a familiar figure at Alexander's Hotel, where he Is temporarily residing, is Mr. Bhcrrod Williams, a wealthy Callfornlan. Mr. Wllllama la bright, genial and companionable. He haa been ln Louis ville for several months, and as be Is fond of Ken tucky his stay here may be ssldto he Indefinite. It Is entirely nstaraj tor tho young Callfornlan to love Kentucky and to feel at home here. Ills father, Thomas II. Williams, was a native of Wuyno Cutinty, thlsHtnte, who went to California lnlStv. Tho elder Williams settled ln Virginia city, where ho was, after s few years, elected to the offlco of Prosecuting Attorney, Mr. Williams was retained as the guucral at torney lor a Isrge mining company, whose head quarters were st Virginia t.'lty, Tnls company be came heavily Involved, aud was on tbe verge of bankruptcy. Mr. Wllllama learned its condition, and, as ho had a clslm of tl, too against tho com pany for legal services, he brought suit andat iaohed lta property. Ills sttaohment made him a preferred creditor, and when the property of the company, consisting solely of Its mines, was Bold, Mr. Williams purchased il, bidding no more than the amount ot his Judgment. Ho scoured a perfect title to the property, but made no attempt to de elnpordlsoae of It. Years passed away, and Mr. Wllllama had been elected to the office of Attorney-dcncrsl or Cali fornia. One day ho was iipproached by a repre sentative ot Flood, Msckay A O'Drlen, and asked If ho wns not the owner of certain mining property near Virginia City. ' I am," said Mr. Williams. "Do yon wish to sell it 7" luqulrod the agent, " 1 do not," was tne reply. ' Will you take Jioo.otxl for It 7" "I will not," returned Mr. Wllllama, who knew tho difference between a cowboy and a cart wheel." "I will give you fjso.ooo," said tho agent. "Tho property la not for sale," said Mr. Will lams. The agent left, but the next day he como back and orfered Mr. Williams $500,000 for thu property, Tho offer waa declined. The negotiations wcro then taken up by a mem ber of tho firm of flood, Muokay A O'llricn. Ae a rcxult, Mr. Williams put his property Into the firm, taking in retnrn a big block of stock. That stook began to fly like a kite. About the time It waB at lis highest Mr. Williams sent for his pinners and told them he was going to sell his shares. "If you want them," said he, "yoa can take them at regular market quotations," They wanted them snd they took them. When the stock had been transferred, the firm of Flood, Msckay h O'llrlen gave Mr. Williams a check for $,ooo,ooo. lie had walled a good while tocollcct his attorney's fee from tho insolvent mining company, but when It did come It was a crusher. It was by very considerable odds the largest fco ever realized by an attorney ln the history of this country. An Office Hoodoo. Vo. IA CMcajo ifarakf. There Is a new character In speculation the office hoodoo. Tho mascot la an old-tlmo Instlto Ion. He has been sitting around brokers' orncea for yeara comfortable In tho roputatlon of alwaya being right. Customer bave flooked around him perfectly aatlafled If they could but feel certain that they were trading as tbe mascot was. The hoodoo la worked the otuer way, probably Just sa success fully. The customer does not want to do Just ua he docs, but Is lust as anxlons to know wbat he Is doing. 1 hen he goes and takes Just the opposite Klile, It works like a' charm. The hoodoo 1 worked every morning; talked to with tne utmost consideration; puinpitd with na much aslduily as It hi worda weru honey. "I've worked It suc oesi'fully for a month," said a scalper. "I talk with .and then 'copper' him. I wouldn't hau him know It for the norld, for he's a nice fel low, but he's a hoodoo. Ho couldn't get right to save his life." A HosIop I.tternry Woman. Ytm 1A rarU i7raJ.) Mrs. Louise Chandler Moulton haa two peculiari ties ln conversation; one Is that she almost closes her eyes In looking at you, and tbe other consUta ot a curloua modulation of tbe voice, a soit of purring, cooing effect. You feel a little uncomfortable In her preaence, not being perfectly auru whether she la mak ing a fool of yoa or of herself. Mrs. Moaltoa was met at tho Kormaudy Hotel and asked her opinion about the letters of a well-known London news, paper correspondent. "Ah," she replied, "does Mr. ," mentioning his nsme, " write for that paper? You know I pay ao little attention to news paper. rite for them myself t on, je; I know 1 send off something every week to a iJoston paper, but It's an awlul bore, nevertheless. I mast eat, ouce In awhile, yuu know. " nob Was Out of Knlchrrbocltcr, fVom rA A'mihji Ciy Jjuriml MIsa blcepy, ot Ht. Loula (to her cousin, Miss t-prlghtly, of Kunaas City, who has come down for a little rest) Anlolne laslxteen yeara old to-day. Ho has discarded hla Knickerbockers, will remain home from school all day, and will dine with the IsmllT, lte is so grieved that you did nut bring your brother Hob. , Ther are Just of sn age. MIssHprlghtly Oh, Hob couldn't come. Just at the last minute some Iloston capitalists arrived, and he Is figuring n Ith them ou a big deal, q ben, too, helsjusi ilosingout "Sprightly I'lace" and getting the Iron down nn his dummy line. It's too bad, but Ijusluci-ii Is business. lie (itt Ahead. (n le '(ll.iarj rrimM.) A very new Idea among tho young ladles Is a 1 ' head album. " Each gentleman of a young lady'a acquaintance la eased fur a "shape" of ins head ss given by a hat oonformateur In a furnishing Store, and If la pasted Into an elegsntly bound scrapboot it l a new way thefelrl nayecl get Jtag.utiCfiXUte.baM . TIIORODflHBREDS DONE IK OIL Home IMrtnrr of Noted Kneeherses In the Nt. Jine Hotel. fEKHONS interested in celebrated racohorsos, both of the pust and present, will find tu the Ht. James Hotel jji - .. , barroom pointings of "gj-v the most famous thor- JSfflj7V-- .... ottghbreds of the past (l$7bi!!&tP fi'tooHycnrs. Thopio VLffT&$ ture nro n1' 'row uo r &Jj I VlMHlllll ',rU8U ' Henry Btull. iimr&l Vrfill H J! T1' flrst Plctura on iwtffmL Wi II tl10 ,0,t from tll cu TOlltrvVv trance u Umt ot tho IP i AV " celebrated Lconatus, III" VviJ&&- with tho Jockey, " nil- J! -W -- ly" Donohuo in the saddle. Lconatus won tho Kentucky Dirby in 1883. Ho is now in tho stud in Tennessee Next to Lconatus is one of Mr. Stull's latest productions. It represents J, T. 1111 man's big bay horso Bacoland, said by many to bo the greatest two-yoar-old of this year. Tho picturo shows him to bo doing an exer cise gallop at Hhoepshcad Bay, ridden by the colored jockey, Isaao Lewis. Kacoland dis tinguished himself by winning the Grout Eastern Handicap in a big gallop in 1.16, although ho was giving away big lumps of weight to all of his opponents. Hero also is the picturo of tho bay mare Lonisotte, onco tho favorite of O. L. Lorillnrd. who died while abroad soma time ago. Tho maro is now on tho breeding farm. Tho mighty Hindoo is shown with " Jim my" McLaughlin up, in tho Dwyor Brut, colors. Hindoo has, besides winning ten races as a two-yrar-old, addod immortal glory to his other laurels by siring Hanover, ono of the greatest thrce-y oar-olds over seen on the American turf. Mr. HtuU's roceut work is said to bo much better thnu his former efforts, as is shown in his pictures of Elkwood, Tho Bard and Troubadour, all of which wore painted this yenr. Bend Or, ono of It,. J. Cassatt's great colts, has a place of honor next to Tho llard. Beud Or holds the fastost rocord for n milo and MM) yards, made at Saratoga, in 3.10K. Bend Or also distinguished himself by being the Hire of a two-y ear-old filly named Bau dusia, who won a two-year-old race at Hhoepshcad Bay with tho odds of 200 to 1 against her. There are also good examples of J. B. Hoggin's bay horso Ban Fox, with Billy Uayward up ; E. Oorrigan's inaro ModoBty and chestnut horso Frooland. The colored Archer, Isaao Murphy, is up on both of Mr. Oorrigan's raoers. Parole, Jaok of Hearts, Bolero, Monitor and Exilo aro also perpetu ated on canvas. Ovor tho cashier's desk is n fine picture of Cnpt. Bam Brown's big bay borne Trouba dour, with " Daro-devil'" Fitzpatriok in tho iiig-skin, taken shortly after his groat raoo for tho Suburban Handicap, when he gal loped away from a field of nineteen horses and won in a cantor, Mr. Connor's favorlto is tho small picturo of his wonderful ohostnut tnaro Qlldelfa, ono of the best mares over got by the famous aire Bonnie Scotland. Is the Ln(try Ilooin Dono Far. Am (A atantiA Iftwi, Tho Langtry boom is st an end. Sbe has held her supremacy for eight yeara ln tho newspapers of tho world. London took her up first but grew tired of her when she returned to the English metropolis two years ago. Then she cam back to us, but the foellng grew apace that the Langtry was a bit "passe." The shrewdest and best nn, u im. iinnou,' xua niiienwcnb nun ifosb Judges of soon matters, the New York theatrical managers, saw that Mrs. Potter was tho coming star. Hitch men as Abbey, Gllmoro aud Stetson, who are always ahead of the times, made every effort to sooure Mrs. Potter's services long oofore that lady decided absolutely to go. on the profes sional stage. Finally she took the plunge, and the contest between the rival managera grew more rabid than ever. Just at the most critical period of Mrs. Langtry's oireer, before she hss beoome a really capable actress, and when her fame as a beamy Is beginning to dim, Mrs. Potter comes upon tho field. Hhe Is beautiful, graceful and suave. She doe not know how tu act. but then what has tnst to do with an actress of the sensa tional type nowadays 7 The Now York Tlartender of To.Dny. Vom a JVtw I'ork LtUr, It Is an admirable Illustration of the care and drill that Is now exercised over Ihe men who now mix drinks for Now Yorkers. Tho bartender has Indeed fallen into a place that very closely resem bles that of the waller, und, as very young men aro being constantly pressed Into the service end pushed forward because they aro quick, wide awake and Intelligent, the bar Is no longer tho ros trum for politics, horde racing and gambling talk. There was a time when a man who knew a bar tender familiarly enough to call him "Billy," 'Jltnray"or "Totnmy,"or whatever his name might be, and who received a nod In return, felt so elated and arlatocratio that he was bound to gtt drunk off-hand to prove his appreciation ot the favora. An old-time bartender, with hla vast and ruffled shirt front, his large diamond pin, muggy fingers and elaborately curled hair, exists no mors. How Doy Can Make Money. 7l.ru In IJk WtuAinlon 1'til. Russell Bage'a advleet " By (1) getting a posi tion; (!) keeping his mouth shut; (S) observing: (4) being faithful; (it) making his employer think that he would be lost ln a fog without him, and (6) to be polite. That la a good way for a young man to begin, after lie geta tbere. If be Uvea np to tbeae rules no will not want a friend at court for any length of time In fact, not at alL " Jay Gould' policy: ' Keep out of bad company and go totwork with a will. Tbe boy who doea that ia bound to set on In tha world." Cyrus W. Field's sohemet "Punctuality, hon esty and brevity," Mr. Field says, " are the watoh words of life." Tbe 1'orter'a Lament. irttm l CKIeitga .fatlrmal. The most disgusted colored man In tbe State la the porter ot the Home Insurance Company'a building. To save the price ot hla meala he act In a dual capaolty. After hut porterloal" duties have been performed, he wait on the table at a wcll-kuown resWuraut, for wnlch service he re ceives bla meal free. He was looking decidedly grura tbe other day, and when asked the cause he replied I "Yon ate, boas, I works hard all night as purler, dtn I come here and watt on de table for my meals, and ue trootu is, for de pas' few days I done got no appetite." It Was Cool. IFron !A ltfayttt9 (Oa.) Mmtngir, The unwritten part of tbe exposition Is the moat striking. At Ballard's restaurant a hungry Ala bamlan came in ad eat down at a tnble where a inau waa eating hisidnncr. Seeing a glnsa ot m'.'C on the table and being thiraty the newcomer reached out, took It and drank part of It. As ho set It do u the man who nad been robbed looked him ln the face aud said, Indignantly : "That's cook" The other, entirely misunderstand ing him, replied pleasantly : " Yea.lt has ice ln It, " The Acme of Lorlne. tn-um rcJt,) Policeman (leaning agalnat peanut stand) Gape fer me, ye callco-blded Oyetallan I Peanut vender gapes. Policeman Gape wider, ye ahnake I Peanut vender iurns hla head Inside out. 1'oliccmaii It's well jo did 1 (rills his tall pocket with peanuts and goes Into saloon for some thing to keep an ake on. ) llrealde Comfort. fVm (A. AVw OrlMM W fayfc. Robert O, Ingersolt wrote In a liquor dealer's autograph album : " Wine is the fireside, whiskey the conflagration. " That Is a roundabout way of saying that when the weather Is very cold the tlre sldo ucedt a little conflagration for comfort's aakc. Hot Scotch, please 1 A Long.Felt Want. fYem 'Ac loulitlllt CourUr' Journal,) What Uncle Sam seema uow to need In his Jndlsn trouble Is a good scare-Crow. Winter. UVoniVc,) Old winter's lordly form comet np the track, Hla voice U thunderous and resounds afar. And, lo, the fellow right behind tit back LITTLE DEUWAKK. A Diminutive 1'ocUet Ilorough Kxempllfjln; Ihe Doctrine of Mate (Sovereignly. From thu Chicago llirald, Delaware hu 1W,0W inhabitants, lly virtue or being a charter member ot the Union the State enjoys msny advantages that are denied to elual bodies of people In ntber parts of the United states Tbe Federal Secretary ot State and Presidential helr-preautnptlve rotldea ln Delaware and two ben ators and a Congressman represent the State In the national legislative body. Tbe State elects Its own Governor snd supports all the rights of a sovereign commonwealth, though lis territorial extent Is not over 8,000 miles. It may be Imasloed with what dissatisfaction the people of aoy thriving territory may look upon tne prlilleges which Delaware gained In the war of American .Independence. There may be a com munity of thrice Delaware' population and ten times Its wesltb. For extent this terrttorr msy be aeventj.flTe times as largo as Delaware, yet It can not elect lta own Governor nor choose lis own supreme Judge. It baa no Senators to bring official patronage to Its people, and lta member of Congress cannot vote. It la not surprising that the glaring difference between the conditions of Delaware and the territories should bo a matter of con stant comment ln the territorial presa. DcUwaro Is a Stat o unobtrurdve In Itself that but for this advertisement given to It by the Western editors the people of Ihe nation generallr might forget all about It and lta affairs. Just now there Is an at tempt to alter the State's constitution. Msny of the practices In that cummonwealtn are out of har mony with modern Ideaa of Democratic govern ment. There are but three countlea ln all, and each of these hse equal representation ln the atato Senate and House. Kent and Sussex coun tlea may therefore elect the Legislature and fix the taxes, while New Castle, with a majority of all the people and tbe property, must pay tbe assessment. The Governor appoints the Judges, who hold till they misi ehava themselves or die, and there I no appeal. In faot, for litigants or person accusod, aa the same Juduea under different names of court sit ln the lower and upper tribunals. The Delaware system has worked no great wrongs, as there is no state tax at all on property. In order to vote the eltlsen must own property. Offenders against law may be scourged and put In tho pillory. Many other persistencies of the customs of Kliza beth's tlin are to be noted, but no constitutional power resides In the nation cither to utter Ihe State's Internal methods or restrict lis valuable rights ln the nailon. The atstus of Delaware, a region not so Important In many wsysasarethe suburbs of Chicago, will convince almost any stu dent of human affairs that State aovorelgnty ( still a practical element of tbe American ayatem of government. Frlenueed 1'rog. From the tUiUxmort Herald, A fat frog's leg Is better than any chicken you ever tasted. You catch them right from tho pond with the big green cuata on them, and after cutting the body off and pulling tho skin over their feet yon slut) tho legs ln a pan, and have a dish fit to lay bofore a king. Spitted venison may be a dainty dish and toasted quail a luxury, but fricas seed frog lays over anything I ever trlod. Up at Shrewsbury, Pa. , they muku a fluo art of dressing frogs for the tabic. Ihey aro these great big ' ' blood-and-oundses," sb the boys call them, which plump Into the water with a sound like that of a bass-drum whenever you come near them. Then they lie beneath the siirface and shout "Dlondy nownsl bloody-nownsl" ln a deep, guttnral tone that shakes the ground and almost frightens yon away from tho locality. My mother used to tell mo that a "bloodj-nowiiB'Illved ln tho well when I was a boy, and I never would go near the curb on that account. The boys In tho country always call them "bloody" for short. Tho sound they make la out of all proportion to their size, and It Is a terrible thing to pass throngh a marshy district on an autumn night und hear an army of them grumbling and rourlug until the very hills tremble with the noise. Pretty (llrls Getting Hearee. IVon tho i'AffatrfyAia Time, But the scarcity of beauty Is not confined to fashlonablo society, a circumstance that goes to show that fashionable dissipation Is not tho wholo root of the trouble after all. It was the oommon remark a few years ago that tho prettiest girls la Philadelphia wore to be found behind the counters ln the largo dry goodi shops, and to a great extent It was true. Now It Is almost Impossible to And a girl that can bo really classed aa beautiful In one of those establishments. Whcro thero Is a gill ln any of the stores that Is st sll pretty suoh Is the prevailing low average of beauty she Is Immediately talked about and tho people who patronize the es tablishment, none more so than tbe ladles of fashion themselves, say to one another: " Havo you seen that pretty girl at whnt-do-you-calt-'cni's? You must go and look at her," There is nothing scarcer at tho p'csent moment than beauty, and with Its scarcity has come a livelier and more gen eral appreciation of It. THAT WEAK AND TIRED FEELING Disappear entirely under the ubq of thnt k rcat and valu able remedy, DIl. QltKENK'S NKUVUIIA NEHVK TONIO, The weakened nerve become strong and iteady, the weak, tired, enervated nensattona dUappear, the feellnjta of nerromnein and exhauatlon r(tb place to re newed vigor and vttility, natural refrenhlng aleep oomes again, the appetite returns, and porfeot ptifhlcal and nerv on rigor are restored Ihua thonaanda nfnufforen arn being reotnrod by tta (strengthening and Invigorating effects ft perfect health and atrength No one need do epalr. (live thU wonderful remedy a thorough trial, and a cure will oertalnly result. Guaranteed purely vegetable, I)H. (IHKKNK'H NEUVUUA NKUVK TONIO cured rneof that tired, languid feollng, and extreme nerroua noai, I took medicine from aeveral doctora and got no relief, I never navr rach a wonderful medlcluo as DIl. GUKKNK'S NKUVUIU NKliVK TONIO. It enrodtue completely. MRS. E. F. ME1US. 178 Bth ave.. New York Oity. rnioK. i.oo pku bottle. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Persons using this remedy have the privilege of con sulting Dr. Greene, who Is the great special lit ln the cure of nervous diseases, free of charge, personally or by letter, at his office, 35 West 11th st. , New York. The book, "Nervous Diseases, How to Cure Them," mailed fr. Furniture, Carpets and Bedding, LUDWIG BADMANN & C0.f 513 AND tli BTH AVK. BET. SiTU AM) SOT 1 1 BTS. ire oflcrlnc tremeodou tiartraln throughout till tbelr department. CASH OR CREDIT. niEtTTESDr NATUHAL MINKRAL WATEll !s superior uule water and an absolute kldncrret-n. .tor. Ulstrlbutlnc Depot. 11 UarcUjr (. tkidbjU dru-lj d dealers. UKNTlSTitV. DUCts EXTRACTING DOCsj wlthnnt cas. 2fc. 3ft filling. AOc. np. Elegant sold filling from 1 up. SfullQuniBeU. l, 7. lf. Hour. 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sumlajs until 1 P. M. N. Y. DENTAL CO., SOJ Cth are., second upstairs, entraaoe from litb St. Opposite Mscjr's. IANOB ANU ORGANS. PIANOS. An elegant 7-octave, 8-atrlnged upright grand Piano. SliOO cash, or M'JTAon InstalmnU; 1( down and ftH monthly until paid: bargain: 10O fine second-hand pianos from $100 to 300: payments VJ3 monthly; old pianos taken Inexohangs, pianos rented, HORACE WATERS & CO., 124 FltTU AVK.. NKAK 18TII SJj A -THE EMTEY Ul'ItlUltT PIANOS, with thnlr e new lepeitlnr Action, nln tho admiration ot tht moet orltlcal, .eet ham before jrou Imp wAA inmonthlr paiiueut. hulvjr Piano W'arerooin., h L.t ltth St. A ' NUMUER OF ('.HAND. "upright and .(uare plama B. of i.ur make, alightly used, almoftt aa good a. new. and fullj warranted, win be aold at a liberal reduction from regular prices, pianos to rent. Wm. Knabe A IJo,, msthare., atwe 16th .t. BAKUA1NN IN 1'IANOHat Mndemin 4 flon'a ware rooms. laQAth at., near lUth at. t large aaeort ment of new aud altghtlj oaed piano, of our own and other makes at rery atirctlTe price. T TiTT7 OPERA" PIANO, the mo.t popular and the flltent in themnrket. only 910 monthly until paldt one quarter's mu.io lesson tree; rent inly V&l send for catalogue, peek A eon, 310 Weat 47th at. .corner li'wa. IA)ST, I,'OUNDAN1 UKWAKDS. LOST-A black Mai purae wTtlTtho nickel lettora O. P. on one c rner, contlmnr. monoy, papers and a commutation ticket n tho Poniteylranla tUllroad to Newark. The Under will be liberally rewarded by com munlcatlng with T. U bog I.aSa New York. FOIt BALK. CLRKAX 8 ALU of ladl. newmerket nd flush Jaaciiuosi 0B-aaanMtt priiaw Dense. IT nut CALLAHAN & MOBRISSY. 48 W. 14th and 47 and 49 W. 13th, NKAK 8IXTII AVK. AH VHVAU FltlDAY IIAKUAIN DAY. HINUI1 THU HKAMON OI'BNKD NOT A FRIDAY HAM PANHICD WIT HOflTNPECI AI Ol'llMtlNflH OK NEW AMI riKHIUAIII.H MOOllriFAU tiULOWTIIBIK VAI.UK. KACJII FKIOAY'H ATTKAfTIONH IN UKKAHKIN VA1.IJKANIUNUUA1.ITY. NOVELTY ANJ VA1.UK IHTIIK OKOKll OF Tin: hay. TO.MOItlttMV. FKIDAY. NOV. lit AN OTIIKH UKUAT HAI.K OF I'l.HAKH. NOT ALONK J.AKHItHT AHKOM.TMKNTH ANI I.OWBHT PIUC'IM. HUT TIIK MOHT EI.E UANT ANII TASTHPUsj OKMIHNH. One IhonsandlLadlcs' All-Wool Fancy Check nd Strip Jackets, )2.4U. At J3.0S, J)1.S5 nd $6.95 two thousand others, lm ported and finest domeatlo made Check, Htrlp and fancy Cloths, colored and black. One thousand Idlos' All-Wool Newmarkets, with and without Hoods and Capon, at J.B5, 7.95 and $8.95. Fire hundred ladies' all-wool Italians, with or without hoods, loose fitting and tight fitting, plain, fancy end railed cloths, $7.95, 9.7S, U.5. At $10.95, ia.9.1 and 14.93, Seal Plush Wraps-, worth HIT, $20 and 2S. At $10,116 and $13.95, Beal Plush Jackets! worth $18 and $25. At $16.95, $18.95, $30.95 and $25.95, Beal Pluah Bacques, 40, 42 and 44 Inches long, finest finish and workmanship i worth double. Two hundred All-Wool Misses' Jacket and New markata closlog out to-morrow at half cost Ladles' All Wool Jerseys at 49c, 79o., 98o $1.25. Ladlea' Ail-Wool SulU, $0.95, $7.95, $8.95, $9.75. All-Wool Bhawla, $1.50, $1.85, $2.50, $3.49, $4.50. IN DUKHM UOOUH Wli Ol'FKlt Double-width Diagonal Suitings, 12Xo. Double-width Fancy Checka, 18Xo. Double-width Illuminated Homespuns, 20o. 44-Inch All-Wool Striped Camel Hair (20 colors), 29c. 44-Inch All-Wool Foulo's, all colors, 34c. 29-Inch beat English Corduroys, 50c. AH-Wool Ottoman Cloths, all new colors, 48o. IN VKLVKTS, l'LUSIIEH. AND SILKS WE Ol'FKlt Lyons Fancy Silk Velretn, 20 styles, 29c. Two Toned Striped snd Check Velret, all silk, C5c. 18-lnoh All-Bilk Marblelcd Plush, 20 oolors, 69c, Eitra quality IlUck Satin lthadame, Clio. ICitra quality Black Dreas Bilk, 89c. 22-lnch Black and Colored Moire Francatsc, 79c, All-silk Faille Francalee, oolors and black, $1.15. AND FIVE TIIOUHANI) IIKKMS I.KNUTIIH AND UEMNANT.S OF ALL KINDS OF DltKMH tJOODM, HILKH, VELVETS AND PLimilErJ TO UE OLOHED OUT AT HALF C'OHT. Kitra Quality Table Damask, 89c. ; talne, 65o. Rose and California Blankets, $3.25 and $4.95; worth double. 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, lGJtfo. I worth, 23o. Together with remnant of Flannels, Shirtings, Table Damask and odd Dotcns of Towels end Napkin will be Marked Down Regardless of Cost. SPECIAL. We will also offer five cases more gents' lamb' wool shirt and drawers at 98c. ; ealuo $1.50. 1,000 doten Buttons To-morrow (Friday), 5c. dozen; worth 25c. to 50c. Clark' O. N. T. Spool Cotton, to. il 11 word's Needles, 4c. Also odd lots of Corsets, Muslin Underwear, Dree Trimmings, Fringes, Handkerchiefs, Children's Bootees, Caps and Cloaks, Ladiea' nd Children's Hosiery, Fur Trimming, Muffs snd Boa will be displayed on oentre counter and closed ont to-morrow (Friday) legardleas of cost. CALLAHAN k MOIISSY, 48 WEHT 14TH8T.. AND 4T AND 40 WEST 13TH ST.. NEAKOTHAVE. SILK AND VELVETS, JAMES McCREERT & CO. will offer as specialties in their Silk and Velvet De partments during this week: Black FuilloFrancaiso, Black l'oau Do Soie in Plain, Barree and other "Weaves, Colored Faille Francaiso in Day and Even ing Shades at $1.25 and SI. 50 and several hundred pieces of Rich Velvet and Plush Novelties at 90 cents, Sl.OO, Sl.50. 82.00, S2.50 and $3.00, about one-third their actual value. Broadway and 11th St. The distinguished lnrentor was an Immense sufferer from neuralgia. Close application snd confinement to hi. laboratory ciuaed this, and the moat skilled physi cians failed to glvo him relief. When ln this oondition he detennlnod to make a personal effort to sare himself. Ilia researches and experiment reaulted in the produc tion of POLYFORWI, which cured him. Ho pare iwbjt many nottliM U friends uho wcrn trimmed ttltli Neuralgia. Rheumatism And i ther kindred diiPins, and thu curt uocame bo nuruer ims that, after much millcltatlon by eminent men, ha oonwntMto the th' rt"t Mientlno dUooTury tu the I trorld, na attested by the fu.luw.ng certinrat: i MF.NI.O PAItK, N. J, I certify that the ttrenaratUn known as Ciilin' Ioly 1 form Is made a c coral tig to the formula noTliwi and uned , by myaolf. THOMAH A. KDfeON. If yuu uff4t from Neuralgia, Itheumatlnra. Sciatica, Onut, Nerrous lleailache, or any Nerve tmuble, loly j form wilt cure you. Vor sale by all druggluU and dealers. Price $1 mrtwttle. Manutacturrd only bjr the KDISON FOLVronM COMPANY. BCongreasstt. Huston, Mass, riOWPKnfllWAIT-Fnrnltutii, Carrots, Keddlnf, KtoTfx lUnKO" Hofrlgrrdinrx, ltsty.Coiriagen, 8hadcs, Crtrckt-ry, vorythin for houn'jki'iplnff. Cash dlncuTit or cioulf toKiilt fTHryb'dy, Uml wmt pry therHfvoryi,3v I'rlielNU iniUd. )t ihlUlmd 1807, 1M, lfift, 157. 1M, 1"1, 16.), UJ J Chatham M., ll3, ll5, 11(7, 1W. 201, tt3. ttOS Psrk ilw, betwren City Hall and Chatham square tlevtod utaUo.j, New York, HKI.V WANTKP-MAIilfl, 30YWANTKD-Stronboi $3 ft week. Mm$, 2 LICHTENSTEINS' BARGAIN DAY TO-MORROW (FRIDAY)- A GREAT DAY FOR WIDEAWAKE BUYERS. Bargains in Every Department. LEADING ALL OTHERS II LOW PRICES. HATS I SPECIAL I HATS I Just recelred, the KNOX ALPINK HAT nd , thg DUNLAP TUODE. the two MOST JLABIUggAV.'jSi HATH IM THIS OITY. Thew are TIIK NKWhBT BIIAPEH OUT, and of the finest Quality of Ifrunoh felt. EXTRAORDINARY OFFER. Kidmen" TUflDANS, ftie latest style, oot-1 " ered nith Telret and a puffing ot TeWet in I Iff. front, at 37c. ; w.irth 81. W. The biggest bar-I I lis gain e?er offered ln New York. J mm ' FANCY FEATHERS. AN KNORMOUS DIUPLAY AND ENORMOUS KKDUCTIONS IN PllIUKS. Fir hundred sqnarn ft of spaco net apart for tlm display of Fancy Feather, show that purchag4ra can hare their pick of an tmrntmsu variety. We keep every thing In the line of Feather, the most eitenalve variety on the Continent, and can pleatM the most critical. Tho following select lines will be displayed on special extra oountrs: 5,000 very fine Imported Pigeon Wings, Co.; worth 18o. 1,600 Imported Wlncn, redaoed from lBc. to 8c. 2&0 doKm large slro Shaded Wings, reduced to He. tllO dorn Quill Fancies, reduced from 08c. to 19c. Call and tee the splendid dlnplny. All Feathers marked in plain figures and cheerf oily taken down for Inspection. RIBBONS. Our display of RII1IIONH IS ABSOLUTELY UN EQUALLED IN THIS CITY. Another Job Lot of SILK AND TINSKL niBBON, 15c. i worth 0o. LACES At exceptionally low prices for to-morrow, HANDKERCHIEFS Marked down to the lowest prices ever reaohed. HOSIERY. 365 dozen Ladies All-Wool Seamless Hose, In black and assorted colore, Wc. : worth 48o. I8B doien Children' Striped Uotton Hoee.full, regular, slaea 0 to SX. Oo. t worth 85o. Specially Choice Bargains. Ladles Striped Cardigan Jackets, in all shade, 7no. eaoh. The "Faultless" Night Shirt. 60 dozen Nlfht flhlrU, fancy borders, guaranteed a perfect fit, Mo, for Friday only: cannot do bought else where for leaa than 89o. 1B0 dozen Camel's Hair Hall Hone, full regular, at 12 Ho, per pair: well worth J5o. 15 dozen UentV Fine Satin Teok Boarfi, lDo. j would beabarlnat29o. . GenU' Furnishings In every line at half regular price. BARGAINS IN EVERY LINE. The above are but specimens of the really remarkable bargains we are offering in every department. Mailorders receive prompt attention. Goods delivered free within a radius of 100 miles. J. MCHTENSTEBR9 $c SONS, Grand, Eldridge and Forsyth Sts. ; ' REAL E8TATE. BMHOTION QVEIt. WtHMEittw TIlllIMI'II UIIMP1.KTR. vaSSRSna lJt,0" Afi' ,'l'Uili: AIliN VUtamOHDps KVRHYlillUV HAPPY. 0 llUUUAIIil! FOR BROOKLYN. Entering upon a career of prpspetltx unheard of ln the HlNTOItY UP TUB WOULD. Adding to her population I earl I.AllOK-Sl.lil) (J1TV, with a pure gOT.rnment and a superb system of ELEVATED RAILROADS, who can predict her WONDERFUL FUTURE. nr growth ln numbers and material wealth will b greater than ANV CITV ON THE PI.ANET. Now I. the time to bur let.,, when tber o.n be had from first hands t low pries, on terms oonrenlent to all. Ilarlng sold tb VAN SICLBN AND UUttYEA PARItlrJ, I am now offering lot on the well-known OLD RAPELJE AND HEGEMAN FARMS, 56th Ward (East New York), BROOKLYN, For SI 50 and Upward, pajabl SIO MONTHLY, or a dieoount of 10 per cent, for all oh. Title, guarameed by "TITLE OUAUANTEI? AND TUUHT COM- Rlr free tnce ran every afternoon from Van widen Avenue rtintlon ot llevnteU ds ltuplri Tranali KoniUto the property. flly unriit nro on the uruuuu every nrter noou lo Mliott tholot. 1 serve a sub. luiitlul rnllntlon every weeU duy utternoon In my branch office to via- Tue ltAPIil.JK.AMI Iir.OIi.MAN FAIlMS niflu si..- lliiuriiiiiiriiveiiient rnnnlua from Ibrriy iirni'iie l ev l.ui. Itoml, nuillrniu llrniirii to Locust iirinue. Tliev aurrouuit tlio.Publlo Hrhonl nndure within O mlnuie' wnlU ol ilieHiiiiiil Triuiali ptiattou. TUer are ureto double In toliie In rear. ti"w l"l aU0 1'ullol' ', llrooUlyri , or t llrtvnel. Onle. earner Liberty and Alontaiik H5wSiflur0 AtM.. Jfavrt Dress and Cloak Trimmings. JtSSSSSSa 0lloon, Jet Pen,Uota'- 03 ptecea Colored Jet Fasaementerle GtmD. Mo regularprico 81.25. w y,l H4 pleeefl Black Tet Ornament Fasaementerle Giran. aa.i8i wurtli 40.00. 27 piece Jet Ornamnnt Gimp Paeaementrie. withll separate larjie nrnamenU U tbe yard, $4.60; worth 99,00. 1U.AIDH, GIMPS, GIIIDLKH. PRESIDENT BETS AN I J PANKXaSa ETerrthins that ! new, choice and desirable at tha lowost possible prices. . CROCKERY. AND HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS In Inaniniratlnir our new HOU8KFURISHING AND OHOUKEkY imi'AUTMK.NT.S we make some offers unequalled anjwliere, for to-morrow only. Ilousmriret will see nt a Rlance that the following are Just about IlALf the rcfrular prices t ChamborSets, 10 plecos, colored bands $3.85 Tea Wets, handsomely deoornted - 3,1$ Dinner Bets, handsome deooratlons, choicest shapes ,, 19.TQ SPECIAL 1 SPECIAL 1 SPECIAL! TeaRponns, 4 or., per doc H 81.$) JloxpH, Sinaaei, ntcolj iiulshed t ,u Glotnes Haaketa, full site 5$ Cedar Palls, brass hoops T UnifersalClothoH Wringers 1,08 Toilet Jaw, beautifatly decorated,..,, ,.,, ,31 Coppadores, decorated handsomely , , ,15 W shall make this department A 11 ARG AIN OEltTRB FOR HOUUEiUEPERS, and iurite inspection oi U? splendid stock BOOKS! BOOKS! A SPECIAL BARGAIN. 3,000 Toltunos of Story Books, bj Popular Author hound In board and cloth, lHc. ; regular prloe elsewhere. 00c. A really extraordinary offer. Thousands of volumoe are being added to this depart ment erery day, and It will soon be aa complete at any ln the city, $2.50 UMBRELLAS at $1.89. One lot of 26-inch Rain Umbrellas, In union and prrr silk, natural stick handles, silently imperfect. 4o be aoll on Friday at $1.J'J; full worth, 'i.50. SPECIAL SALE OF LARGE-SIZED GARMENTS. SIZES 10, 42, U AND 43 INCHES. Jackets, all color and styles............ 93.03 to (29.04 Newmarket., plain, chock and striped cloth fi.OOto 80.00 Ilaiilans, plain, check and striped oloth. 8.60 to 2&.0O Silk, Pluah and Cloth Wraps )2.Wto M.VO rlnePlushOoaU.,.1 21.00 to CO.OO BANKING AND FINANCIAIj. luQDFeriil To competent Business Men aeceptlnjr exolnstTs ettf laencits ft.r sale nf osr NATION AIa ACTOMATIC UAn HAVIMi -VKUN(ltM. YteQmrtdyall eas consumers. Hare 33 percent, ln Hum 111 lis Iheyeqaaltzethe pressure at meter. Secure a steady and increased illumination. Insuring perfect combustion nf the (Cases and a pure and healthful atmosphere, Prerent the disagreeable whistling-, blowing and smoking of burners, remedying; frequent danger from fire and ex pense uf broken globes. Orer 10,000 ln set-rice In dorsed by highest Mercantile Corporate and Expert Authorities. Agents clearing $500 per month Ad dress TIIK UNION NATIONAL GAM HAVING 004 744 IIKOADWAY, NIW YORK. 4 REAL KSTAT15. IllX EMBRACE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. FREE DAILY EXCURSIONS. YJMSIDE HEIGHTS. All Lot must be sold thl month. $100 AND UPWARDS. ' 810 MONTHLY PAYMENTS. GRAND GALA, WITH FREE COLLATION SATORDAY AFTERHOOE For nap and free ttoket, applr to JKIUJ. JOUR BON. IB.. 00 Llbertf t.. New York, 803 ffultoa Xlrookhrn. .. At Auction. "lw JERE. JOHNSON, JA EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS ALL OF THE LOTS UNSOLD AT TBB Groat Auction, riept. tv, or this WYGKOFF-KINGSUND FARM, IN GREENPOINT, WIU be di.pn.ed of at priraUaal. on May term fa $600 ANDJJP WARD. LMW3nlUiat,.llraekljB, ' v r J . isit tttolhstr ''-'v HiatfV It-fih--.Xhli-ii L V)-. Hi uMLW