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B; THE HOPKINS DIVORCE CASE.
Bjb MBS. HOrKINS IS IN CALIFORNIA AND MAY
Hp RENEW HER SUIT THERE.
Kl -MX Montba' nealdenee Pint Necea.nry Mra.
Htf Fcrnundo Yrnnjia Alio In Hun 1'rnncLco,
Kf It I" Hald ,t111 tt,e Mn,"r Object An An-
V, thnrlimlTo Htnteinrnt nit to llio I'nctn In
mWM the llnrke-Uiiclio Reparation.
Hp A detpateh from Bin Franclico report that Mrs.
Kj Amoi L. Hopkins bu been In that ell j for ioma
HH$- 'week and tbat she baa made no aecret ol her pur-
V pot In taking a residence there to bo with the
K! Intention of ultimately bringing a ault for divorce
K." on the ground of deaertlon. It will be remem-
H 'bered that Mr a. Hopkins wua lor a long time
H& Terr psfenlnent In the aocletr of thla cltj, and that
B-y' ahe la the wlfo ot VIce-l'rcililcnt HopkinK, of tho
HK. lluaouri Pacific. Jmt a jear ago Mra. Hopklni
H1 brought ault for divorce, alleging nmong other
Hr.p tblnga lnndelltj on the part of her husband. They
Bv. bad lived np to that time at No. 1 Kaat Forty-aev-
K entta street, just back of Mr. Jar Oonld'a hnuao on
KT Fifth avenue. Mr. Gould also owned this hand-
Hf' come residence, and It la now occupied by his son
K , George and his wlfo, formerly Mlas Edith Klngdon,
Hijv' of Dalj'sTheatrloal Company.
w Mra. Hopklni filed her petition through Col.
ftt George Bliss, her eounael. Messrs. Dillon and
H Bwayne, the oounsel for Mr. Hopkins, very soon
Hj,r afterwards served an answer upon CoL llllss deny-
Kvi tiff under oath all the oharges of the petitioner, and
Ki, they expressed their readiness to come to trial
HO upon the Issues at the earliest practicable tiny.
K$ The eaae la now upon the calendar; but the pcll-
HL Doner's counsel has apparently shown no diapoal-
Kr ,tlon to press It to a trial. Co!. lUlu, In tact, is now
E In Europe.
En For a time after the separation Mrs. Hopkln4
ETci Jived at the Everett Ilouse, but afterwards leased
K 4ha apartments of Mra. Fernando Yzcaga, who
BR: tnad alao separated front her husband a few months
HK before, and Is now alao In San Francisco, with the
E& Intention, aa la generally understood among her
Kf friends, of acquiring a residence there anil of
H&. ultimately beginning proceedings In California for
Hq' a 'divorce.
KJ? The legal ateps taken by Mrs. Hopkl na caosed a
B Very profound sensation not only In Now York
H' Society, but alao In buslneas circles, In whlsh Mr.
B' ' Hopkins Is well known as one of Mr. Oonld'a chief
Hjfr, lieutenants In the management of his Western rall-
HsSjf Way system. Mrs. Hopkins Is the daughter of Col.
KjV'' George U Dnnlap, a well-known Hoard of Trade
Hk operatof In Chicago. CoL IlunlapcamotoKowYork
Kpr shortly after the beginning of tho troubles, una
Htf Itlf understood that aevoral overtures wero made
BiV looking towarda a compromise, but without avail,
Mf, the husband, It is said, declining any overtures
Hn -except upon the absolute withdrawal of the charge
Bc-Jt of Inodellty. Following upon those overtures m m.
iHkfa Hopkins returned with ner father to Chicago aomo
SBi months since, and in September left for Ban Frun-
Hh Cisco. She hss a residence therest the Bella Vista,
Hk the-most fashionable boarding-house In that city.
H& Uhe rarely aeea any other Irlend than Mra. Yrnacu,
K and appears upon the streets only when closely
Kf '- Col. Bllis, as said, Is absent In Europe. His
Hk, psrtner, Mr. Bchler, waa seen yesterduy by n
K: Wohld reporter. Mr. Schley ssld that the arm
pl Still had ohamo orslra. .Hopkins's case, and that,
K.. while no effort had ao far been made to press it,
mr any ldsa that the case had been abandoned was an
jjrt Incorrect one. llo dcrllned to aay whether be had
mmv known that Mrs. Hopkins had beun on tho 1'aclila
fe alope for aome tnno. 'Ihe law In that Htato
Hw required tbat a person should have real-
mm deuce there tor six months before
K ' divorce proceedings eould bo brnuchu If Mrs.
K&' Hopkins should coinmsnco proceedings In Caii-
Kw, .Jornla It would not be necessary for tho defendant
Br3i be notified, ao that his reply to the oharges oouid
mBj. toi filed, EUha Hoot, associate counsel In the case
Hv for Mrs, Hopkins, was astonished when told of her
li;X being In California. "It Is the first I have heard
Hv Of It, "he said, and If she hss done anything of
HV the kind abe hu done so unknown to me. "
K' Dillon and Hwayne, attorneys for Mr. Hopkins,
R stated to the reporter that they bad been awuru lor
Vjy; some time that Mra. Hopkins waa In tiiu West, but
u, bad had no Information that ahe contemplated tu-
Rsf ginning proceedings there.
F , Mrs. Fernando Yanaga la a alster of Mrs. William
K i K, Vanderbllt, and her husband is u brother ot Lady
bV .Consuela Mandevllln. Mrs. Yauagu and her lius-
Kf band separated aboot n year ago, Mr. Yznaga
' galng to Algiers and Mrs. Yansgu almost at oncu to
pt California. She has been lhTo now long enough
v to acqulro the residence necessary to lietln pro-
HRs .csedlnga for divorce, but whether ahe has autually
f done ao or not cannot bo learned. Mho Clerk or
H4 the Court In Han Francisco la not compelled to
i'';; record a divorce until six mouths after tho decreo
Bv" has been granted.
fo? ' It will be remembered that Mrs. Lanatry ro-
Ksf, rnained for a tow mouths m California, with tho
(? cener&lly avowed Intention of acquiring a rosl-
IsRy dence there, for tho purposo of drlnglng suit
IWKi tor divorce, and that alio took out papers of cltlzen-
jXriju ehlp. There was somu lulorinallty In this, how-
vS ever, and her other reported intention was not car-
SlL tied out.
Se . At the same time that Miss Smith, now Mrs.
X Ttnaga, waa prominent In New York Hocloty, Its
tv recognized belle was Miss Kanuy Work, the beau-
KK tlful aanghter of Mr. Frank Work, ono ot tho
iffi Wealthiest men In the city. In lrWishe was mar-
EL-, rledto the Hon. James Ik Ilurke-ltoche, brother
fc of Lord Fermay, the representative of that noblo
V tsmtly In the Countr Cork, Irclnnd, to an ancestor
VJ W of whom a wise woman once addressed the historic
JjT Mighty chief of proud Fermoj,
gfflV Fear not nsldtof sUucbter:
IIKv Fire and sword fear not, my boy,
KV& Hot sbnn lb fatal water.
RjP Vteeent publlcatlona nae been made to the effect
gH tbat Mr. llurke-Koonehad Insttuted, or was about
Br" to Institute, proceedings for a divorce against bis
H& Wife. It may be raid, upon authority, that no
jfi, papers In auch a proceeding have been served upon
'. Mrs. Burke-Itoche or upon any one representing
K bcr. The following may be glvon, also upon au.
t'. thorlty, aa the attltudo Mr. Work takes In the
RiJ matrimonial dlfflcuitlea which hav4 arisen betweiu
Bi, blsdsughter and her husband:
u. When the wedding occurred, eoven years ago. It
KE- Waa accounted one of the ' brilliant" murnaues lie-
TkK tween American clrla unit husbands of titled fuml-
Elf lies, and It has apparently turned out rta dln.i.
Kf, trously aa several other cases of lis kind. Young
mti, Mr. ltoche was a particularly handsome and atal-
b,Y wart member of the llrltish urlaiocracy. He
Kl .made a visit to America In JbTV, and
e waa much feted in New York. The nur-
Hk' rlage with Miss Work was at the
Ki time regarded as emphatically a love match, upon
Bh tbe Part of the younu lady at least; but It waa well
fcjft known that aturdy Mr. Wo: a opposed It ut llrst very
strenuously, partly on the grouud that be did not
wlan hla daughter to murrj a loreUncr, and still
bt more because he did not wish her to marry a man
kV of Mr. ltoche's habits. His daughter's Importunill-s,
Wkm however, nnally overcame his opposition, and tbu
BSt wedding waa celebrated with greet display. Huron
ft& Fermoy la by no means a ncli man, and It Is now
nrjt aaldthat hla brother, who at the time represented
BJF' himself sslnreielpt ot an Ineoinoof XLUun ayear,
IS, waa In fact pracilcally prnnlless, Mr. Work set-
IK tied upon his daughter iT.ou) a year, and alter a I
BRl daughter waB horn he Increased the allowance i
wE to 110,00a Later ou, when twin boys nero '
kCK born, Mr. Work raised the iillmvauco
n totl3,0u0 a year. But that amount was innunl- '
e elent for the requirements of the youpgcoupio, and
K frequent demands vtere made by cable upon Mr. '
K: Work for additional Bum. In one year alone ho '
Jespondcd to such requests to tho amount or
r3O,0Oo, thelargir part 01 whir1!, ItlsnM'rrcd, was
IW oaed In payment of the debts that Mr. ltoche con- ,
Kf' traded at cards. On one occasion, in fact, tho
Hk furnttnre of their house was seized by thu hcrirr,
PWf and Mr. Work, upon learning of the fact Iroma
RfiE fnend, arranged for the payment of the deot
kk through a London lawyer.
BS At the time of the occurrence mentioned MUs
m Lucy Work, a younger slater ol Mrs. Ilurke-ltoche,
KjF and now the wife of Mr. Cooper Hewitt, the son of
Hw the Mayor, was upon visit to her sister In London, i
Kg Upon her return to New York Mrs. Uurke-Houho I
Br came with her, bringing the llttlo daughter and
ifjf, leaving the two boya with their father. Very
KjBB,, shortly alter the arrival of Mrs. Ilurke-
B. ltoche in New York Mr. Woik sent
KK an order to his lawyer In London
Mi, to arrange for the pissago heie, with their nrc,
MEM ' of the uoys, his grandculldruu. Mr. Hurke-Kocne
m$k acceded to tee offer made on behalf of Mr. Work,
C7 except that he refused to allow the boys to come
M nnlesa he accompanied them. Mr. Work's lawyer,
Mfh therefore, in addition to the boya and their nurse,
KkJL Paid for Mr. Burke-ltocho's passage to New York
WK& and provided blm with a return ticket to Liverpool.
Ef Upon the arrival of Mr. Durke-ltoche there waa n
M?f conference, at which Mr, Work mude two proiiosl-
W&wl ttonai He would bay a country-place for his
HSR daughter at a point to be agreed upon In ConneciV.
$ cut or Massaohnsetls, and would irrant a suniclent
K) allowance for her and her children, kut upon
MeI the condition that he should not have any
K further relations with her huibaod, whither
mi tho latter remained with his wltc or not;
MS?. or Mrs, Ilurke-ltoche could remain with the
Ksp children In his (Mr. Work's) house, with the nine
Uw allowance, but thst, In eutn an event, Mr. Itocne
He should aire to immediate proceedings for a legal
ky tteparatlon. Mra Hoehe seems to have unhesito-
Cav llDlr accepted the latter proposition, and Mr.
mm, .Jiocho returned to England.
U ' As slready stated, neither Mr. Work nor his
K -flanghter baa any knowledgt of any proceedings
MV OKHeo utta Itf Miv Auko-Keoati, "llhli
HsaLaatkVl-la&wAt. a. .
man," Mr. Work has said to his friends, "thinks
he baa any basis for an action against my daughter,
let htm go on with It. Bnt I know that hs has
'Hot the slightest grounds, and that the whole thing
is sn abominable attempt. He can do whatever he
pleases, but as long aa I live be will never get at
my danghtcr or bcr children, or a cent ol my
IN THE CAUSE OP TEMTLRANCE.
Illsbop Hrnrhnrnttgh Hnyn Prohibition fihonld
Nat Hid for 1'avnr nt (lie 1'nlls.
The sixth annual convention of tho Church Tern
rerancc Society wus opened yesterday afternoon In
Annex Hall, No. 10 Fourth avenue, ltlght llev.
John Scarborough, Bishop of New Jersey, Cbblrman
of the convention, opened tho meeting with
prayer, after which ho spoke at some leiuth on the
alms ami purposes of tho society : ''I be best remedy
for these evils, I think, Is In the law," said he;
"but v,e want public opinion behind tho law; for
laws on the statute books, without public opinion
behind thtm, are useless. Ihe only way to raise
a healthy publlo opinion In favor of temporanco la
to educate thu people to a true knowledge of the
manifold evils that spring from thla social abuse.
It Is Important a'so to lift tins question out of poli
tics and political associations. It la a fatal mistake
to make It anch an Isaue as to come In contuct with
the other political parties and bid for popular
approbation at the polls."
'I ne annual report ol tho society, road by Secre
tary Hobert Oraham, showed the organization lu an
active working condition. Under tho caption of
'.New lork and Ita Masters" the Secretary bad a
complete copy made from the books of the Excise
(ommlsslonersof the V, 117 licensed lluuor-sellers
In this city and arranged them In police precincts
and Aeaemlily dlstrlcta. Dlugrama were ahown of
each Assembly district, and upon them was marked
tiic position of each saloon and it comparison drawn
between them and the 008 churches and actioole
covering the same arm. Attention was called to
the fact that by carefully termed cguresot 1,004
political meetings held In IBM 63J wcru held lu sa
loons. And tho moral was obtloua tbat so long as
this trade held lla evil predominance ao long would
iwenty-oiie out of twenty-four ot the New York
Aasembljmcn voto for their masters and ugalnst a
restrictive bill, however conservative.
A commlitee or members of different organiza
tions haa completed the drafting of three bills
which Ernest Crosby will Introduce early In the
coming session. They aro the Looal Option bill, by
whlrh practical prohibition may be obtained In
localities whero publlo aentiment favors It; tho
Hlgn License bill, graded In threo sections, by
which. In cities of lUd,(MX) population the license
would not be less than f;u) nor more than tii.OOi,
and b ristrlctlte bill, which, by gradual aud
equitable means,. would rcdtico saloons to a maxi
mum of l to COO of population. The process lu
this esse would be sure aud effective.
The following officers of the Itxectitlvo Commit
tee wore elected: Cbslrmsn, illation Henry C. Tot
ter; Vlre-Chalrmen, llev. William It, Huntington,
of New York, and ltev. Edward Osborne, of Boston;
Ireaiurcr, Andrew U Zabrlaklo; (leneral Secre
tary, Hobert Oraham. ltev. S. II. Hllllard, of
Iloidon, made an interesting address on the "La
dles' Aid of Maasacbusetts. "
KILLED WMSELPJN KANSAS OUT.
A Trnglc Cloao to a Moinewlmt Itomantlc
Career of rt llrooklyn Hoy.
Walter a Carter, 170 llrooklyn avenue, head of
the law firm of Carter, Ilornblower A Byrne, whose
ofllco Is In !MG Broadway, New York, received a tele
gram Holiday morning announcing the suicide of
hla son Oeorge In Kansas city. The despstoh, which
was rather vague and meagre a to details, stated
that the body waa on lta way East for InlrrmcLt.
Mr. Carter, who la himself 111 at home, was
shocked beyond measure at tlto painful news. From
a member of thu family u Wuitui reporter obtained
some Information that may account for the suicide,
(icorgo stndled In Columbia College for two years,
and was then aent to Harvard University, whero hu
gruduatod from tho law school. Boon after this he
maniftBted symptoms of consumption and Wua
sent to Colorado for rcoovcry. This was In lHftL
Here ho practised law In the Urm of which ox-Gov.
l'ltuulrn is the head, and on acoount of his father's
high legal and social position had the way cleared
before him. He waa cured of lung dlanase uftur
two yearn of Colorado life, and, seeking u wider
Held tor his abilities, he weut to Kansas city, wnero
ho wua employed at office work Willi Austin & Aus
tin, ono of tho largest legal firms In the West.
While lu Kansss City lie became acquainted with
a yountr woman who gained complete asoendancy
over him. She Is a lady of education and ln
tcllcrtuul gllta and studied two ycurs In
the Iowa University, whenco aho graduated with
high honor. Young Cartor's relatlvia having heard
ol this connection wrote and cutreatel him to
break It off, but he refused, saying he only re
gretted that he could not legally marry Iter, from
widen It Is Inferred lhat sho must have bad a hus
band living. Be this us It may the young ooulo ,
lived as man and wife ami It Is not long slnco
Oeorge Informed his rclatlvoshe was about to bo
come a regular member of tho Methodist Church,
to which his father belongs. In his letter he sgaln
impressed upon them tho fact that the young wom
an whom he looked upon aa his wife wua exercising
a religious Influcnoo over him.
It perms as thuuith either financial affairs went
wrong with him In Kansas City, or hla old com
plaint, consumption, returned, aud that In a mo
ment of despondency he look his own life.
"It lias been a great blow to me, " said Mr. Car
ter. "1 don't know what to make or It. His re
mains will bo quietly Interred In u New England
village, on the Carter family homestead."
BTRON II. BIRD RECOVERING.
Hri Is Rind Clio lNilaiin Ho Took Didn't Kill
Byron 1L Bird, the young urugglst who attempted
suicidu at tho Orand Union Hotel Sunday afternoon
by taking half the contents of an ounce bottle ot
bqulbb'a two per cent, solution of hydrocyanio
acid, enough, the doctors say, to kill at least threo
men, will probably recover. Yesterday he waa rap
dly rcgulnlng hla strength and was quite cheerful.
He said he waa glad that hla life had been spared,
and vowed that be would lead a different llfo here
after. He reiterated hlsatory as told In yesterday's
He said be had no Idea of committing aulcldo
when ho went to tho hotel. He had been drinking
heavily Saturday night, and Suuday afternoon be
had suuie words with his uiuther sua left his home,
.No. KM Kant Elghlt-nrst Mreet, lu a nuff. Ho
went to the hotel to have a good reBt and liud Just
removed his overcoat and bat and hung them ou a
leg when he found the bottle of acid lu his pocket
aim an unusual de.lre to swallow some of It and
end bis troubles took possession of him. At soon
as he took t.ie dose his senses returned to him, and,
becomlna liornfled at what he had done, he rang
fur assistance. He had Just time, to tell the boy
wl.ouuswerod the rtug what hud happened when
he lost his senses.
lie said he was very sorry that hla rash action
had dragged so many respectable people Into tin
I leasuut notoriety, aud n aa thankful to tho people
who had workud so hard to save his life, lie ex
plained his having the poison In his possession by
suylng that he bad purchased it for his mother. He
said that when he came btck from Ounulaou, Col.,
be had several thousand dollars, which he spent
recklessly wiilletruvelllug down South alter being
rejected by his cousin, MUs Arnold, wllh whom bo
was desperately In love. Ills first wife, who wits
also his cou.lu, obtained a divorce from him while
he was Weal.
When Bird fnlly recovers, which will bo In two
or li.ree days probably, ho will be arraigned in the
orkilleCoutt mi ucliarge of attempted suicide,
lie Is null in llellevue. Ills widowed mother, who
wait tho w.fe of Mllo Bliil, who kept tho Fortius
House, ul I'oughkeepsle, now called Hip Nelson
House, is almost distracted with grief over the oc
currence. She thinks that the wuuld-be suicide Is
out ot his mind.
Dr. Adam C. Hoffman, of Jersey City, on a trip In
) Maine for his health, died at rortland yesterday of
paralysis of the Peart.
Ji.hii Y. Webster, a member of the Produce Kirhange,
I died).trday of eolaliea. He was forty. nine years old
I aud hah married, his widow and ouu inild both surtlvlua!
him. He bad been oouneeied with th hichanaefor
many years and waa a member id Hen. 11. WiUouiUo.
lie was also a veteran ol the hlghtll ltetmuent.
New Yi'rk soo.ety haa beau deeply arieted l,j the an
I iiMutjittumt ot I'm de. Hi, at .Newport, of Mm Mary
1 Lawrtiiin Itedmond. wifeof William lledmotid, of tills
illi. and only child ol Mrs. William 1'ie.lon tlnrhn,
Mra, Itedmond waa a lorelynnd aeooinpll.hed woman,
and ber deatb brinjts the third great Borrow within a
year to a hlusle family oonneotlon. Mrs, tleorae Hhea
a lust oousin. died last spring, and Mr.. Hamilton Fian
an aunt, lu June lat. '
Dr. LorriuoD. Iln.ton, a native of Cincinnati, died at
D'll,! la., la.l Irlday. lie waa educated at Wood.
?."!. lliibl a olaasmate of Minister Oeo II.
I'eudletuu, He waa lu tbe ministry for lome tear, and
at one tune edited the Cri,rl,i Ailrocal; at Ne.lmlle
Tenn. Hewaawn'l known In educational rlroioi. alao.
lie waa .luprrtnlendent of the Florida Hoard of Publlo
In. traction for aoiiio time, and bold a number ol other
re.pon.lblo puu'lc iiNo.s.
(len. William .Me) er. ho died yrtlerd.y, nan born In
IVmisr yaitja Mil uradiiAled from Wo.l Point n tie,
ula ol 1HJJ, witu Hie title ol eo nd lieutenant ol u.
t.niry. He eurvrd durini: the war of the rebellion m tho
nuarternis.ter's department in M Louis Iron, ism t0
lsod. In tbe latter yer bo waa appoluted Chlel Onar
terraaater ol a department In Mlsaouri ana placed In
charge ol a St. Jxiula denot. lie alao aereed aa Uuarler
tn.aterlnSan Francl.co. ubloago and Dasota, untU in
1S7U. when hs waa transfarrxl lo tbs prineieal depot n
Wellington, lie earned the titles of UreieV. Major.
lieutenant-Oolouel.and llrlgadlex.Oeneraliif Voluntatis.
. falihXolaaa utrUontuMcntsa (bulac tUwar,
MR. GLADSTONE ON THE RIOTS.
It Would Ilnrt Ireland's Cnusrt If Identified
with, Huch a. Movement.
Lorn, Nov, It. The papers here are filled to
day with reports of tbe trial ot the rioters arrested
yesterday. Summary sentences of one month to
six months, or heavy cues, were passed on all tried
The Radical clubs profess to be more In earnest
than ever, and declare their Intention of renewing
the attempt of yesterday on next Sunday. Tho
I'ull Mull (hizetlecm off In organizing associa
tions to ralne money to support the revolutionists In
thu courts, but 11 Is not probable that any attempt
can be made which will aurpasi tbat of last Sun
day. The movement lu favor of the demonstra
tions In Trafalgar Square cornea almost entirely
from Socialists and Anarchists. The Midi Aewi,
the Liberal organ, Is against tbe movement. Sir
Charles Warren la a Liberal lu politics.
Mr. Oladstouc, replying to the Secretsryof the
London Itadlual Club, wrote as follows to-day:
I think yon will expect me to meet your re
quest by an explicit answer expressing tbe best
Judgment which, while absent from the spot, I am
able to form on the deplorable disturbances of yes
terday. Aa I understand tbe matter, the Home
Secretary staled on Snturdsy. for the Information
of Ihe public, that ho intended to prevent ytster
day's meeting In Trafalgar Square, and believed
that Its prevention wua within hla legal power.
The question Is ono of great moment to the Inhabi
tants of Iinrinn, particularly to trinie wboarc at
present unemployed and In circumstances of dls
treas. It will be generally felt that the
atalo ol tho law In regard to It ought
to be promptly tested and ascertained. Until a do
clslon can bo had It Is the doty of every
citizen to refrain from all roslstaneo to the de
cision of tho executive government, which Is
clearly entitled to administer the laws according
to what It may bo advised Is their true construc
tion. Such ahstlnonco Is, I think, due to the
high character of London for the maintenance of
publlo order and to the respcot wo owe tbe law
and tho mode In which It Is usually applied,
through the medium of tho admirable police of the
metropolis. But I must add that an appeal to
Parliament and tho nation on the grave and
olemn Issues now raised by tho proceedings of the
Oovernmcnt In Ireland would suffer disastrous
prejudlco were It to be sssoclated In any manner
by those who make' tho appeal with tho metropoli
There Is little doubt that Mr. Oladstone'a advice
will be followed.
Mr. O'llrlcn fiercely Kxrltrd.
Drm.iN, Nov. H. Tho Freeman'i Joumnlsaya
tbat tho clothes offered to Mr. O'Brien In Tullai.
more Jail wero made at Mountjoy Prison and were
of bluo material. They were totally unlike tho or
dinary prison gsrb. Dr. Moorbead has had an In
terview with Mr. O'Brien. Ho aaya he found blm
fiercely excited and coughing frequently. He
complained of a breach ot faith on the part of the
Jailers In removing his clothes wuUo ho was In bed
Dillon Trying to Avoid Arrcat.
Dublin, Nov. It. Mr. Dillon haa gone to Scot
land via Larne and Stranaer. It la presumed that
hla object la to escape tho warrant for bis arrest.
CANCER CAUSED M TOBACCO.
.Mr. ICdor, oT llrooklyn, Huflnrlna from au
Allllctloii Nut Unllltn Unit. Ornnt's.
Oeorgo A. Edcr, of the drug firm of Thomas A
Eiler, S' Foltou atroet, Is suffering from a cancer
In tho roof of tho mouth, caused, tho doctors say,
by tho excessive uso of tobacco. 'Ihe disease Drat
manifested Itself about a year ago, when Mr. Eder
noticed u small lump In tho roof of bis mouth. A
trltle at first, It finally grew ao large and became
to painful that It was with illulcolty bo could eat
and It pained him greatly to articulate.
Becoming alarmed, Mr. Eder consulted hla family
phyalcluu, Dr. Buckley. This was about a month
ago. and tho Dootor advised blm lu engage rooms
nt the New York Hospital. Almost Immediately
utter Mr. Kder went to the hospital, Dr. Weir pro
nounced the prospects encouraging forttie patient's
recovery, and advised an operation. The opera
tion was performed by Dr. Wtlr and all the affected
Mr. Eder rapidly Improved nfter this, and In a few
days he said lie felt well enough tubetaun to his
home, ut Na 14 Willow street. A Woklu reporter
called ut tho risldence lost evtnlng. Mrs. Eder was
scon and she would not allow any ouo to aco her
huaband. She said tAhe reporter:
"My husband Is dolug very finely under tho cir
cumstances. He Is u robust man, has a strong
constitution aud I have no feur of Ihe outcome of
the trouble. Ho doi'H not suffer much now nud his
mouth looks much better. We are building hint
up with nourishing food. Ho haa only been out of
aotlve bustueas lor about three weeks."
Mr. Eder, In company with his wife, will leave
for Chatham, N. Y., this morning. Mrs. Eder
said they would stay there until her husband was
TO HE USED IN WAR AS CRUISERS.
Tho While Nlnr Mile Moon to llnva Two
Ilrinnrknble New Venecia.
Tho new vessels which will bo added to tho White
Star Lino Ccct next aeaaon may revolutionize ocean
travel. It la said tbat tbo boats will be able to
make tho passage In flvo days. The veascls are be
ing built on u new plan. There aro two of
them, Just alike. They will have twin
screws and two engines. A bulkhead extends
from Ihe bow to tbo stern, completely dividing th
vessel, and the only passage from one aide of the
veascl to the other will be through au automatically
oluslug door on thu engineer's platform. Tbe
engines will be built on u new model and aro
expected to give great spued.
The flrst-cia-s saloons will be fitted up for the
accommodation ot 800 pussengeri only. They will
bu divided Into suits of bed-room, parlor and bath
room. The aecoud-clatis accommodations on these
vessels will be the sumo us the first cabin of the
ordinary Atluntto Hues. There w 111 be no steerage.
Ihey are built lur a double purpose. It
has been arranged that the Government Is to pay
tho bile star Company tlX),ouo annually In order
to retain these boats lu caso ot war. Specially de
signed plaus are bring followod so that each vessel
can be changed fium an ordinary liner to a
naval crul.er in three days. Tae armament villi
rouslat of forlj-pound guns, and It la expected lhat
Ihe triple expansion engiucs will make tno vessels
very deslrnoie and of much practical service as
! cruisers or transports In case of war. Tbe main
I liamcworkof these vessola la aire uly up, and they
will be the largest steamers uitoai, except tho
THE CORSET SAVED HER LIFE.
A Young TroJnn'a Attempt to Kill the Girl
He hnjs Ha Married.
ISl'ICUI, TO THE WOULD.)
tiiov, Nov. U. Edward Daly, son of James
Daly, of this city, made a desperate attempt to kill
Molllu Nealon lo-ulglit by shooting her. Daly aata
he inarriod the girl somo time ngo, but she will not
admit It. He Is twentj-two years old and Molllu la
eighteen. Daly bus been arrested.
He sold that his father aent blm out last Monday
to collect aome bills, but Instead ot doing that bo
took hla alleged wife and went to Albany and did
not return until L'llday night. HU father re
primanded him, and young Daly ratd be becamo
discouraged, mid began drluking. To-day ho
ptticiia.eda revolver and went into a aaioon aud
add no was going to snoot himself. The
pistol was taatti away from hi in. Inn
uliernoon Mlalj liouaht another revolver
and to-nljht he met the Nealon girl uptown and
started witn her tor her home. Hu told rur he waa
golug to shoot himself, but be wanted to kin her
llrsu He pointed Ihe pistol at her severs! limes,
but said he was "only fooling." When wllhln a
block ot Miss Nealon'a home Daly shot at her, and
the bullet struck htr over the left breast. She ran
Into the house und fen Into a faint. The bullet waa
found Imbeded In .Miss Nealon'a corset, snd It Is be
lieved the corset saved her life, Daly declares he
will kill htr and himself.
Fay Trmpleion Touilng llnrk to New York.
(SHCIAI, TO TIIK wor.LD.)
StFniscico, iai., Nov 14. Kay Templcton,
the bewilcuug little auteia wli) made a actuation
two yeara ago with her song "1 Like It, you
Know," started East to-day ana will go directly
to New York. She haa broken the hearts of many
San l'rauclsco swells while here, brio lived In
suinptuoui atyla at the Malson ltlehle. Howell
Oaborn, son of the late Charlie Osborn, of New
York, remains bere until the sailing of tbe next
ismlM Japan, rTtlci.h.ainiltU,
They Are Apparently Just rta Crafty tti Their
Ilrellirrn In the "onlli.
Making crooked whiskey Is believed by United
States District-Attorney VY. A. Walker and Col
lector Ed Wall lo bo a much more extensive
Industry In the Milwaukee revenue dhtrlet than
has been generally supposed, and a determined
effort wilt he made lo ferret out the Illicit stills
and have tho moonshine Indicted by the Orand
Jury, which in eel a here lu January, John "-ohcler,
who waa arrested a few days ago for running un
Illicit still at Mlschlcott, Manitowoc County, was
yesterday taken before Commiailoner Bloodgood
and bound over for trial In the sum of fvo. Mani
towoc County appears to harbor a whole nest of
distillers, who aro disguised aa honest old
grangers. Numerous arrests have been made in
that vicinity lu the past few years, John
Scheler's mother having been In troublo several
times on this account. The corn and rye Is grown
right at home and the mush from which the Ocry
liquid Is obtained Is made very cheaply, while, of
course, the Oovernmcnt tax of ninety cents per
gallon la avoided, enabling the distillers to rell
their home prodncl at a good round profit. It la
said, however, that great dlflkulty la experienced
In detecting the haunts of the momahlners.
Schclcr'a place was discovered through the shrewd
ness of Deputy Murphy, of Manitowoc, who nar
rated the circumstances to Collector Wall. He
hadaprlrato "tip" that there waa an Illicit still
on Scheler's place and went there to search the
premises, a hunt high and low tailed to bring to
light the slightest evidence or clue, snd though the
revenue officer had a good Democratic nose, tta
smelling powers wero Insufficient to detect the
odor of whiskey.
Scheler was anxious that the officer ahould not
neglect a nook or oorner of bis house, to fully re
lieve himself of suspicion. "Will you step into
tho cellar?" he asked the uninvited caller, and he
opened a trap door lea ling to It. Nothing but po
tatoes and rntnbagas were there. Still unsaililicd,
Deputy Murphy looked nrotind the room above,
and then his eye was intruded by the chimney. It
waa of the kind frequently found In farmhouses,
coining down only half way and resting on a board
so as to save the brick. Usually the farmers build
shelves underneath It, but lu this case tbe spuco
was boarded up.
' ' Where uro tho shelves V' asked the officer sus
piciously. "The carpenter didn't put any In," answered
The officer, however, waa not satisfied, and re
moving a board that was loose, saw tho board cov
ering hid a stove-pine.
' ' Where does this lead tof" he asked.
"To the cellar, to keep tho potatoes from freez
ing." Having Just come from the cellar, the offlccr
began messurlng the distance from toe stuveplpo
to the trap door and from tho trap door to the
cellar wall. Tho Btoveplpe went through the floor
several fcot beyond here tho cellar terminated.
The adjoining room above wua locked. When ho
gained admittance the revenue officer found him
self In u carpeted room, with a bed In one corner.
Under the bed and bidden by the carpet was a trup
door and tho officer lost no time lu descending.
He fonnd himself In a "false cellar" provided
with distilling apparatus enough to manufacture
whiskey sufficient to supply tho wholo town,
there was a large oven, gooso-neck, pipes and all.
These Deputy Murphy demolished as required by
law. How much whiskey Scheler has been making
is no( known, hut thu amouut Is believed to be con
siderable. Owing to tho red-tape machinery of the United
Slatps uourts, tho prisoner coold not have pleaded
guilty yesterday before the Commissioner, though
he did not manifest any Inclination to do so. Hla
case will have to be considered by the Grand Jury,
nud upon being Indicted, will be tried before
Judgo Dyer nnless he compromises with the au
thorities ut Washington. A Chilton man who was
arrested aome time uao for manufacturing apple
brandy, la trying to nettlo with the authorities in
preferenco to manning trial.
ADVICE OF A PHYSICIAN.
I h?8 uwd Dr. (Irtreno'siNBrTuraNerTBToDlo In my
practice with wonderful remlta. Many Invalldi, also,
who are not unrtnr my car, have upoken of it In my pros
tno In terms of the niliet pralne. I have found ll a
imrfoct and oomnu'tti euro for trmrw who were suffering
rum all forma tif norruiia troubles, leeplpnnnmi, homl
nchM, narroaa weaknenn and ilrbflltr. UKNKV PKF
LEll, M. 1),, 158 Wt-Bt-MthBt., New York.
Dr. (Iroane't Nervura Nerve Tunic in thu moat wonder
ful 'medicine ever rifftrovered for the nerve, and the
great restorer of ph) ileal and nervous strength. It la a
ure and positive cure for nervouanoiw. weakness, nerv
ous debility, nervous and phj steal exhaustion, nervous
prostration, aJeeplesMnss, despondency, mental depres
sion, tendenoy to insanity, hysteria, paralysis, numb
iiean, trembling, neuralgia, rheurnAtlsm, pains In side,
back and limbs, tired and languid feeling, apoplexy, epi
leptic lit, Ht. Vltus'a dance, palpitation of the heart,
nervous aud stok httdaohe. nervous dyspepsia and all
diseaaea of the nervous system. Ita use will convince any
one of Its wonderful powers and marvellous effects,
UuaranUwri purely vngetablo
rnitjK i rim noTTi.E.
FOU HALE BV ALL DllUUGISTS.
Dr. Orrme, the great specialist In tlm treatment and
cure of ntrvmi and chronic lioaft nf 35 West Uth
at.. New York, may be consulted free, pemonally or liy
letter. The bonk, Nervous Diseases, How to Cure
Them," mailed free.
JAMES McCREERY & CO.
Ilnvo n Select Stock of Seal
skin ami Fur Garments, in
the very finest qualities man
ufactured, of novel designs,
and made in all lengths ;
Sacques, Jackets, Dolmans,
Wraps and Circulars, Silk
lined and Fur-lined, ranging
in price from $05.00 to
SJJoO.OO. Also a great va
riety in Mulls and loas,and a
full assortment of Fur Trim
mings, a specialty being
Russian Sable Trimmings,
S40.00, $50.00 and $75.00
JAMES McCREERY & CO.,
Broadway and 11th St.
The at. .ul i. iaiuiiur lu u,l .New Yurleieas the
" An-el at the Fountain " In Ceutral Park. It haa been
admired liy thousands, but It poeaeMea a alantflcanoe far
beyond that of art. It meana health. It means renewed
life, and It meana happiness, whloh follows. The beau,
tlful Bible atorr of the anf el tbat eame down to the pool
and touched the waters, ao that the enr aufferer front
dlaeaaa waa hoaled by Ita marvellous power. Is just as true
to-day. The water, uf lletheada wi.re heslina In Dlbls
tlmea. lletheada Mineral HlrlriR Water la life-reatorini
Ju.twhatit la that causes lletheada Water to he an
powerful It latmaalblalOHy, but II I. known beyond a
doubt that for all kidln J and blad t r I'lCJmltlo., f ir dls.
bete or HriKht's dlr.e, no na t m l"iiuu. ind, no
dloo,.ry kli.iun U the wotld, !a evel agojmpluliod
what Ihe pule lletheada burins Watel haa. Tin brat
ptiyelctalia uf New York preacrlbe aud uao It In their prac.
lice dally Senator Horary, Hon Thomas M. Nlchol,
1 Z. loiter, and hundreds uf other nubile and promt
naut m.u Indorse lletheada mnet atronaly. II la ao palat-
!,bla as well aa powerful tt man; of (ha leadlna land,
es uae nothlpa eia. nponthetr lablea. Mixed with wlna
itUimaomiiii,' , aoo-u bmsh,
llfBrftmsji ' t r.a'ftt faTfriTf i iMM flftf Hti mfttmWtiiri&iMk
I J. DEIfflG & CO.,
A. T. STEWART & CO.,
Domestic Wiltons at $1.25,
$1.50 and $1.75 per yard.
Best English Wiltons at
SI. 7 5 per yard.
Best English Brussels at
$1.25 per yard.
Best Body Brussels at
$1.00 per yard.
Tapestry Brussels at 50c.
and G5c. per yard.
All-wool Extra Super In
grains at GOc, C5c, and 70c.
275 pairs Chenille Por
tion) Curtains at $7.00,
$10.00, and $12.00 per
pair; reduced from $10.00,
$13.00, and $15.00.
Antique Curtains at $8.00
por pair; reduced from
Nottingham Curtains at
$4.00 per pair; reduoed
Tapestry Furniture Cover
ing at $1.35 por yard; re
duced from $2.00.
Silk Brocatelles, in all tho
artistic colorings, at $6.00
por yard; reduced from
PnOMPTLY, IN TIIK DEBT MANNER. AT VEltY
MODKItATK CHAUGhS. ESTIMATES VVIU
UNlliUB TADLKS AND CIIAIK. A LAROK
AND KLKQANT AHSORTMKNT BU1TAULK FOR
WUDDINO AND ANNIVKKHARY GIFTS. ALSO
FANCY UOC'KHItH, AIUI-CIIAIIW, WHIT.
INfJ DltNKM, llOOKOAHIM. TAIH.IM.OIUF-
FONNiKitus. iiKimno.n suitk, ao., at
VERY REAS0NA1ILK PRICKM.
liNClMMII IlllAMH UHDHTKAnS. TIIK
OREATKST VARIETY OF STYLRS EVER EXHIB.
ITED, AT EXTUEMKLY LOW PRICES.
JHATTJtKMMKM, MADE TO ORDER FROM
PURE SOUTH AMERICAN HAIR. MATTRESSES
RKMADK AT VERY MODERATE OHAItOKH.
LACK CUHTAINH OF ALL KINDS CLEANED
AND RKFINI8HKD EQUAL TO NEW AT 70o. PER
hivi! ii:r.sn lfUATiiEKs. warranted
MPItlNU UNDEKIIKDa, THE REST IN USE.
Broadway, 4th Ay.., 9th and 10th Sts.
I!. Alii k Co.
18th Street, 19th Street and
( 1 8th st. Station Elevated Road.)
Have tho Exclusive Sale
for a Line of Pure Black
Hosiery, which they guar
antee not to Hub, Crock,
Soil tho Skin or Clothing,
and not Turn Gray in Wash
ing. MEN, WOMEN AND
CKALRKIN NKWMAUKKTS, pln.ta eacQaee. Jewelrr,
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
A Groat Clothing Sale at Ball & Co.'s, 028 and G30 '
Broadway. The stock consists of two hundred thousand
dollars' worth of Fine Clothing saved from the late lire
and will be closed out regardless of cost at 028 and G30
Broadway. The firm is retiring from business and ovory
Ihing must bo sold as quickly as possible. In order to
show what extraordinary bargains wo oiler wo quote tho
following prices :
Men's Overcoats at $2.49 and up, Men's Suits at S3. 70
and up, Men's Pants at 09c. and up, Boys' Suits at S2.20
and up, Children's Suits at SI. 70 and up, Children's Pants
at 2dc. and up. Iiemember, all goods remaining from tho
lire must bo sold, as we intend to quit the retail business,
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 0 O'CLOCK.
BALL & CO.,
628 and 630 Broadway, bet, Bleecker and Houston Sts,
PEERLESS f POPULAR f
I STOCK. I PRICES.
O O O o
Special Bargains This Week.
STILL GREATER REDUCTIONS.
CLOAKS I CLOAKS!
BKAL FLUSH WnAPS, ball trimmings, fine qnUted
satin lining, tnltnr.mftrie. au elegant garmunt, At $l'i.Ua ;
wimlil lie ohean at 20.00.
KINK l'LAil) AND CHKX'KKD JAOKCTS, very
popular, at HXl'B; worth from $3.50 in 7.t0.
A lance tarletjr of PLAIN KKKHKY JACKITTS,
all colore, weltod aeama, eattn facing, from $t.t!d
OltKUliKD, RTIUPK AND PLAIN OLOAKS, RAO.
LANH nud Newmarket. In vroat rariety aud at popular
OUIl HPKUIAL SALE OP LAROE-SIZED OAR-MKKTS-nlzea,
10. 43, 41 nd46 Inchoa-oontlnuea
thla week. An Inspection of the adinlrablo dlaplay
M PIKOKS FANCT rLAID, ALL-WOOL CLOTH
SUITINI1H, 87c. : worth 81.60.
93 PIKCES DIAGONAL WAIVE, all oolora, !10 In.
wide, lflWo. per yards worth 30c.
8) PIFX'ES ALL-WOOL LADIEB' CLOTH, loading
colors, 60 In. wide, 4llc. ; worth JHc.
172 PAIRS WHITE LACK CURTAINS, elegant deep
Etilpui horiWn, (81,40 tteriiatr; worth 8 . G.
Of PAIUH TURROMAjr PORTIF.RKH. ottoman and
plain, rich dado and border, fyi.'M ; wurtli $8. GO.
Th special attention of Ind lea U Invltod f nnr
MUIl PLUSH UUATU for little. K(rU, WARM KILT
LSUITB for llttlo boyn, drenei uf erorr kind nnd
?uMity for trirln under olx ynarni PLUSH GAPS,
IOODS, LONG RtUlKH. SHORT DRKSMLS, SLIPS
and ttTnrythtmt ntwdud for a liaby fmni tbe moment
nf ita birth. Thin department of our huase id the urnst
complete lu New York, and no houno ou Orand ntreet
PTon pre tend tn oomiiete with us, either In My let, which
are origin a) aud excliulve, hi workmauihlp, will eh Is
perfect, tir In pricen. wlilch are the lowpnt erer reached.
An inspection of tbe splendid display thin Hvason In this
department will be both pltjasaut and profitable to ladles.
BOOKS I BOOKS!
BTORY ROOKS BY POPULAR AUTHORS,
bound in board and cloth, lBc.t prion elsewhere, BOo.
This la but a specimen bargain In thla department.
Thousands of new books arreting every day.
Handkerchiefs and Laces.
AN IMMENSE STOCK AT POPULAR PKIOES.
SPLENDID BARGAINS IN
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Goods delivered free of charge within a radius of 1 00 miles
J. LICHTENSTEBft! & SONS,
Grand, Eidridge and Forsyth Sts.
IMANOS AN1 OUOANS,
A -TIIK ESTKV UPRIIlilT PIANOS, with their
e new ri'poatinK action, win tho admiration of the
moat critical t a, e tliein Iwfura you bur, auld 'in monthly
paiueuta. Ketrjr l'iunu Warrrooms, o East 14th at.
jTnUMIIKK OF (IRANI), uprUht and square pianos
1 of our make, allnlitly used, alrnoet na koikI as now,
and fully warranted, will lie sold at a Ubrral reduction
I roin regular prtcee, pianos Ui rent vim, Knabe A(Jo.,
laOtllTe., abio lpth St.
BARGAINS IN I'fANOSat Llndeman 4 Son'a ware
rooms, 140 fittl are., near l'Jth at. ; A larne aaaort
ment of new and allxhtl; used planus of our uwu and
other makes at Tery attractire iiricee.
Tim "OPERA "PIANO," the most nopufar and the
finest in tho market, only 810 monthly until paldt
one quarter's music lessons freet rent only $5 sond for
catalogue, Peek A Son. '116 West 4Ttll si. .corner ll'wsy.
Nnllilntr I.lUu a l.lltlr i:ncoiirnurim'iit.
nm un lUehaityt,
To x woman projioial very rarely conieu unex
pociedly. Hut that women, ua a rule, are given to
looklns upon everj eligible man In the Hunt of a
possible lover or husband, at one Tounir lad; de
clared to be the case with heratll; but (or the rea
aon that the majority of men very naturally dread
a refusal, ond consrnuenily poatpouo tho critical
moment until confidence la lnaplreil by a kindly
encouragement ol the guarded advances they ven
ture In make. A Utile diplomacy in olten em
P'otccI to lirmir a caution, admirer to the point,
an clever I. ahe who no eklifully manage tha
Mellette task lhat the effort is nut manliest. All
lh world knowa how lluih echemed to capture
llnaz; jud Khv wus a r U lit iiiodeal un I proper ilam
t.el, too. Hut llulh w.is u Hlcow, unil had had ex
perience. A Creelt" Dials.
irrvn IhtJftu Otliam Hranms.l
We are told that ' Greek dishes will be the rase
at fashionable restaaranta this year." Hash la
Greek to moat people, ao tar aa not belos under
Hood la concerned,
8CS DOZ. LADIES' REAL LISLE THREAD HOSr
full regular, in pink, light blue, oardlnal, navy blue,
black, jrsrnct. seal brown and tan, atnic.t worth 48o.
323 fiOZ. LADIES' IILACK COTTON HOSK, full '
rea-ular. at loo. I worth 29c.
17S dor.. LaUoa' Itlbbod All-Wool HOSE, full regu
lar ill black and Assorted colors, at 25c. t worth fully
Imported Fancy Feathers.
800 DOZ. NEW STYLE SNIPE AND QUILIa
FANCIES, 39o. ; sold elsowhere at 7c.
750 DOZ. 1'INE BEA OUI.L FANCIES, 6Ro,
1,000 IIOXKS FINE FltKNOII NOVELTIES, In IS
dlfferont styles at 73c. ; would be cheap at al. 2ft.
ALL NEW AND VKIIY IIRSIIIAHLK GOODS 1
MUST 11E SEEN TO UE APPltEOIATKD.
D2 DOZ. REAL CAMEL'S HAIR HALF II08E,
seamless, at 25c. ; well worth 4c. ,
71) HOSs. ALL-WOOL HALF HOSE, full regular,
solid colors, life. ; sold elsewhere at 30c.
131 DOZ. OENTH' KNIH.IHH I1IIOWN AND GOLD
SHADE CASIIMEHE UNDERWEAR (the renowned
Glaetenburymske), 711c.: worth (11.48.
Another lot ''FAULTLESS" GENTS' MIGHT
SHIRTS, at 54c. ; reduced from H'Jc
UAIlDfGAN JACKETS, NEOKWEAR, GLOVES,
Ac, the lowest prices In tho oily aud best stock to eelvoe
UMBRELLAS I UMBRELLAS I
ANOTHER LOT OF 2'.0 20-Inch union and pure silk
RAIN U.MIIUELLAS. natural handles, slightly dam
agod, 1..1U: worth fully 92.50.
200 2U-INC1I SILK UMUUELLAS. with silk cases
and 2-lnch deep gold cap, $2.48; usually sold at 43.43.
Linens and White Goods.
372 DOZEN DAMASK FRINGED TEA NAPKINS, .
all linen, fancy borders, flo, each : worth 15o.
131 DOZEN GERMAN DAMASK TOWELS, lm
ported, the hearlost and largest slee, 25x50 lnch-wsr-ranted
pure linen, 22c. j worth 50o.
48 PIECES FINE GERMAN TABLE DAMASK, war.
ranted pure linen. 8.4 wide, 42c. por yard: worth 75c.
162 PIECES lrf-4 11I.KACHED SlIEK'riNOS. UUca
Mills make, and U-4 New York Mills make, at Mo. I
worth 2'Jc. ,
IILACK AND LIGHT ALLIGATOR LONO POOKa
KTHOOKH. with nlokol edge, 15o. ; worth 28o.
OENUINk .lAPANESliLONO POCKETBOOKB,
leather lined, 40o. : sold elsewhere at njo.
EXTRA LONO JAPANESE FOOKKTBOOKB, with
Blckel e.lgo, 6ic. ! well worth l)5c.
LEAT1IKR.LINED BAGS, latest shape, 40o.iprle
"'Anoter'fotof LONO, GENUINE SEAL LKATHKB
PURSES, luslde pocket, 21c. I worth o5o.
JERE. JOHNSON, JR.
ALL OF THE LOTS UN80LD AT TnB
Great Auction, dopt. 20,
Will be disposed of at private sals on easy terms to
$000 AND UPWARD.
Acents alwaya at branch office, on promise., corner ot
Nassau and Humboldt sts., Greenpoint, to show the lota,
or apphr to Joro. Johusou. Jr., OU Liberty at.. New York,
or Mll3 i ultun at., llrooklyn.
ITILECTROTYPER-Wanted a comtietent, sober, In
ll dmtrl his ulei tiotj pert, tako charuo of an electro
typo oiIich inn nclKlilu.nnt; rlly must oomewell recim;
iiiendiili good wipes will I paid tu good person. UaU
at 14 Inbuue IIuIIiIIiik,
I1US1NESS OPI'OUTUNITIES ,t
A RARE CHANCE for a restaurant dolnjr a dafl
bniliiyaa of jlOOi call and see. No. 6 flloks si..
twl'uUonat.Drooiaya, upstairs, between 11 A, Ms