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S; , 4 TIIE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 0, 1887.
I BHED SHOOK'S IDEA OF IT. m COLE AS BrEAKEIt AND BLAINE AS THE m maaEsr American statesman. ffit Of lb Opinion that (Jen. Hutted Una No WE Show and Thnt the Hnld Knle Knowi Wf It Iiovr for Preeliient of tlio Mrnnto Ho )j? ncllerea, Also, thnt IHslne Could Oefeut J CITcland on the Turin Question. "Bo you wish to know my opinion rolntivo IU tbo organization of the next Lcglfilatnro ?" exclaimed Mr. Sheridan Shook at tlio Morton Jlonu this mornine. " Well, I will toll you ' frankly that I hnvo not bothorod myself about thinking of who is to bo Frosidcnt pro tempore of ths BennU or Spcakor of tho As eombly. " I hATO no Intorort whatever in tho organi zation of tho incoming Legislature, although I boo that Interviews with mo are constantly appearing in tho newspapers. Its f unuy ' (laughing) " the woy I am being quoted. " You soo I know a great many of tlio news paper boys, and I moot thorn vory oft en j, Thoy often interchange opinions with mo. K& but as far as being interviewed recently on WfW Albany matters is concerned I must any that K I do not remomber having been regularly in. js1 ;torviowed. fS" . " Sometimos I express my opinion to politi- uY Ocians and thoy quote mo to newspaper men, Wpk and the first thing I know I see myself in Hygi print as the authority for certain Btnteinents." BE " But you havo an opinion opinion nbout or the organization of tho next Legislature ?" pfe- " I havo formed an opinion as a casual ob- Mft Borver and on wliat I havo heard. If you mlk want my opinion yon can havo it." Kg.. " What is it. Mr. Shook V" m$T "Why. I think that Senator Low will bo mfW sleeted President pro tempore, of tho Hcnato Kj and Fromont Colo, of Schuylor, Speaker of Eft the Assembly." K3. "Then you think that Gen. Hustod will KFt, not bo re-elected Spoaker?" Wgf " Now, would you bo surprised if I told HL you that I do not beliovo that (leu. Husted's &' name will bo mentioned in tho caucus? mStr Really I do not boliove that den. Hustod has Rg any chance, nnd I boliovu ho knows it." K You supported him last January for Blv Sneaker?" KTRi t Bo did n good many who aro not rapport- m,W ' lug him this time. As I told you boforo, I $ . am not interested for or against any man for i Speaker. All I know is that Mr. Colo appears KSw to havo a largo majority of tho Assomblymcn K; ' elect in his favor." $ ' Have you seen Gen. Husted lately ?" W'jS " lie stopped in horo yesterday and chatted fffi. With roo for n few minutes. Oh, yes, ho K eocms to bo confident, but ho was just as con- Ur, fldent in 1885 when ho was defeated by n$y, Envin." My Brushing asido Republican Stato politics. s Mr. Slibok roroarkcdi " That was a great K& xnessagffon the tariff question that Mr. ISlaiuo Et has given to the American people." mf$ " Do you think so ?" HgS " I do, and it shows Mr. Blaine to bo just Stf what ho is tho greatest living Amorfcan mbh statesman. His opinions and views havo H&H knocked President Cleveland's mossago on Kj, tha tariff question all to pieces. WL'-J- " I am mora certain than over that Mr. Kl" Blaino will bo tho next President. He ran WtM defeat Prosldont Olevoland on tlio tariff f7 Question." H QUAHRELLIJia OVER AN OrtRA. BS'' 'A" Attachment luned Asnlnt the Owner of Jji' the "Troinpcter of HneUlugen." wW ' Ex-Judgo A. J. Dittonhoefer, as counsel for HyiVi Leo Goldmark, has secured from Judge Law Vis rence, of ths Supromo Coirt, an attachment Bf-' r against tho property of Hcinrich A. Kuppel, K$ owner of tho opora "Trompoter of Sack BlV ' ingen." In tho suit tho question of owner Mfy chip of tho American rights of tho opera 1b ', involved. H Mr. Goldmark says that Ituppol, who does j&- business in Lolpzlg, Gonnuny, under tho H'l nomo of J, Schubert it Co., is tho owner of Bii the ploco. He claims that on Nov. 0, 1880, B Rupnel sold to him the exclusive right to BoF' produco the opera in tho United States. Tbo Htp owner was to receive 3 per cont. of tho y grosa rooeipts. stf On Juno 20, 1887, says Mr. Goldmark, the Kev defendant committed a breach of that con. H llac' v entering into negotiations with A' Xdmund 0. Stanton, director of tho Metro Msf) politan Opcro-Houso, for the right to pro. B4 ' (luce the opera. In tho contract ho was to eet flva per cent of tho gross rocoips. Stanton as produced tho opera at tho Metropolitan, $,. nnd the gross recoipts wero 11,589,50. Mr. Hfitt, Goldmark claims to havo beou damaged to ST the extent of $231.70 for which sum ho "Off claims, Wjb HAYLIN WANTS TO FIGHT. HK- J) Is Backer Deposits 8200 Forfeit for n Bj' Battle with Weir or Wurren. B liriCIlt, TO TBI WOSLD.l BkE Boston, Doo. 0. Mr. T. P. O'Roufko, B,- booker for Jaek Havlin, tho well-kuown BftYi feather-weight, colled at tho Herald ofllco BfJ 'yesterday afternoon oud, after depositing Bv 9200, said t BJn " This money I wish to post as a forfoit for B? n match with the winner of tho Woir-Warron By;', i battle which takes placo at Minneapolis next BX Wednesday. I also wish to have a challenge BA-4 Icful from t'10 rin? when tho tiglit takes placo Es no the publio can be satisfled if a reply is not K'i recelvod that the winner is afraid of Havlin. B&: " " CftS0 tuo battle is declared a draw, mv K challenge is open to either or both men. If mMRM. either objects to my propositions, which are TjV l W lor a fight to a finish with skin-tight, or two- AJm ounce gloves, for the gate receipts or $1,000 Iff n side, then 1 am open to accept any fair . 5? agreement they may wish to oiler. jgp "I don't want anything to stand in tho woy BJp !, & battlo. It was my intention to go to ;iV Minneapolis with Havlin, and thuro try to Bi'vi' cet on a uiatch, but business necessitates my Bf i ftaying at hpmo, unless I iuu assured that u BS.J "Bht can bo arranged." Urlvuu Awaj by Her Aunt. BrJ Fredericks Hookcnyor, age twtlve jcarii, who BJSi. 'nu 'eunil lut evenliiK crjlag In Orsad street, tad BjV w" ulcen t 'he Eldrlilge street station, win K&, trooiht to the Esaex Market folice coart ttili omSi, tnoroloR, where Juitloe Dully gave her In clisrite mwM toAgeot Youny, oltne Boclety for I'reveutlun of K Croeltr to Children. HrKf- Frederlka u very pretty and bright for her aje. ffi Khe said that her aunt, Mrs. Knims Kellr. with R; Oom ,he wti living at ! Flr.t avenue, on HV Thursday told her to go from her tiouno and never So! come hick, heoHuie, the girl claims, she did nut Ef: l'Ut ihwllnllio tlKlilplaio. Her father lives at fff,-. ftJlKJUver street, Troy. Frcderlka's two brothcra, Eg. Angust, aged Ofteen tears, and oito, hor twin Kli brother, and Eramn, her s iter, age aeven rear.. H Iiave been taken care ot by the Juiculle Aaylutn ot Kn? this city. Tne mother Is dead. The Society will JKV lareatlgate the cue. BJ" Chared With Mtenllutf Dlaraonda. B.f Bolomon Sterne, of lit East Thlrty-f oarth street, BJn&t who wa arrwted on a ohargs of stealing $1,565 BaViS Worth of diamonds and Jewelry from Frederick Bt Kaffarmin, of le Broadway, was held by Justice Ki O'ltellly, In the Tombs Police Court, thla mnramir. K lufi, SOU ball, to answer in the Court of General Hi hesjioos. Sterno obtained the good lromthulow. Hfc. Her on the pretext that he had a purchaser fur HK them. Detective Sergeant Hulund, who brought HaVV )he pruontr rroru baliUnore, Informed the court bjtj'i that only one of the olamonda, of mile value, had )een found. While tne statement was being uittdu K.' Itobsrt UcCarthy, ofliWWest fortieth street, en- K, tered court and ontrged that Sterne bad given him BfF worthleu check for IIS just before he left the Bar-' " JJJJ9 i, - Bb O'Connor Got the Worst of It. BB Henry O'Connor, the ex-park policeman, of lis BBi fonroe street, who was arrested last night on a BB. tjtutrgejof suanlton I'arkroltceman Henry Dwyer, BBBa w arraigned la the 'loin In rcllee Cuutr this tK m KaornlDK. Wwrrr said that he was lollowed by aVf.Va. (U'Conoor ana auanittd. Tho officer failed to En ear mark of v olence, except a slight tear In aalform. O'Connor, on the contrary, had h eyes dlaoolored, a bruised nose ana other BKa " Jnjurlta, which he (Dwyer) had Inflicted with flat B i tfa1 dap. Several witnesses gsve evidence in favor H - BBBBliJk'', . ALL ABOUT Hiker's American Sachet Powder AND MORE, TOO. All tho materials from which this wonderful Sachet Powder is mndo aro grown entirely in consorvntorlcs at Mcnlo Park by Edison's Electric Light, entered by "Ocean Bprav." It is manufactured on golden tables with onyx tops (from Conovor's), by tho wealthiest ladies in tho world in evening costumes (by II. Altaian A Co.) of lltliotrope Batln and llntf Silk, cut pompadour on tho bias, with violet ovorsklrts, trimmed with JAllr of the Valley nnd ten-button gloves mode of "J'cau uV Etvagne." Gontlemen who uso tho Bachct Powder riso fivofettjsixin tho st-matlon of their "Best Girl" nnd dream they own tho torth and two or three " Jim Boll " suits of clothes. I.adit s who use it prefer it to ono of O. O. Gtmther's Rons' $1,000 sealskin garments, because they always marry millions immediutoly, and thus han both. It euros Consumption, Asthma, Dyspepsia, " Brlght's" nnd all fatal iIIm uses, including a fall from n 12-ntory fiat or a Hail way collision. It sweetens tho breath nnd preserves tho teeth, thus beating tlio best Dentist in Now York (Dr. G. Evans, No. 133 West 31th st.) out of n lob. It eradicates 1'recklrs, Dandruff, Croton Bugs, Book Agents, Tramps and everything. It novor fails to grow a luxuriant crop of auy colored hair you want on a baldy-lmld head, aged 70. It kept Jnko from going to Hlng.ing school, nnd all the " boys " up in Ounada took a stock with them when they Hoohot-ed from here. It makes a woman of U8 look llko n " blooming idiot "- no. wo don't mean that, like, n blooming girl of 1(1 Falls. It permeates tho house and ovrvthilig in it with the delicato and refreshing odor of Hunter's Point. IJtigh O'Nolll A Co., tho best nnd largest dry-goods hotiso in tho United States, sold 2HI,l.r0 lbs. 8 ozs. and thrco25-ccut packages in "Their mind's eye, Horatio," or "In tho pig's eye, Dromlo." Now yon know nbont nil that wo know. If wo hear of anything vlsu wo'll "sot om up again." AND NOW A SERIOUS WORD : Rita's American Sachet Powfler fa (roolly and honestly) tho Best Bachct Powdor in tho United Statos, either imported or of domestic manufacture. Ask nny ono who has used it and they will toll you so. Wo guarantoo it to hold its odor for five yearn. Wo mako 12 odors as follows t Hollotropo. Whito Bono, Violot, Musk, Jockoy Olnb, Potohouly, Cnmntlnn Pink, Marechol, Ylong.Ylong, Now-mown liny, I'runglpanui, Chynre. Prices of Elegant and artistic papor packets, 23 cents, Decorated metal caskets, containing one ounce, 25 rents : n quurter pound U0 cents. Como now 1 Givo " us a chance " to provo to you that America can turn out better per. fumes thou Frunoo or .England, nnd that ltliCEll mukns tho but in'America. Ono ounce of our Bachct will domoro work than a pound of auy other. Bold by almost every dealer in tho Btates. INBIBT on having KIKKIl'H HAGHET POWDEH in tho original parkngo, and you aro positively snro of perfect satisfaction. Do not allow any ono to porsuade you otherwise Bo vour own jndgo i seo for yotirsolf. It COBTS you NOTinNG to mako tho TUIAL. If your dealer should not havo tho goods wo will send FBEE to auy part of tho United Btates on receipt of price. WE B, RIKER & SON, Druggists and Perfumers, Established 42 years at 853 Sixth avenue. N. Y. Laboratories t 585 Washington street and 55, 57, 61) Olarkson street, N. Y. Bend for our Descriptive Cutaloguo and rrico List. JHB OWN INVENTION. A Colored Home-Thief's Utilization of Blea rnacra In Ills Ouerntlon. Harry Williams, colored, of 28 Cornelia street, was arrested last night by Detective Haggerty, of tho Thirtloth stroet police, for tho theft of an overcoat bolonglng to Guorgo Itosoufield, of 180 Madison stroet. Williams, it is charged, made n habit of robbing houses by a method invented by himself. He would follow boys carrying parcels, and, stopping thorn at tlio placo of delivery, get possession of tho pnakago by pretending to bo a borvant in tho nouso. Btisplolon would bo averted when ho rang tho bell and entered. Meeting the sorvant, ho would toll hor thoro was something to bo paid on tho article, and when she wont in soareh of hor tnlstross would disappear with anything ho could lay his hands on. His operations aro thought to havo boon quito oxteuslvo. At the JelTorson Market Pollco Court Will iams this morning was remanded. Indicted Corporations Demur. Connael for the Gonaolldated (lu Company and the Equitable (las Light Company demurred before llccorder Hiuylh To-day, to tho Indictments for mhu demeanor in laillullug tho waters of Now York harbor with xluUne acid, to the gre.it Injury of tne oyater hedi In the tlilultr. A motion to dUmlaa the Indictments will be ar gued next Friday based on tho tiro lalnn "f tho code which proildca that a corporation uliull not bo Indicted unit) It has been allowed u preliminary examination. In these cases the Uraud Jury In. dieted In the first lualance. The Illtchrork Jury IlUnarrra. In the suit of lloraco V. Hherman ngatniit Will lam (I. Hitchcock for ttu.ooo damngrs for falun ar reat and Imiirlaniiiaent, tnnt yotcrdur before Judiv Allen In the Court of Common l'leaa, tnu Jury disagreed thl morning. Jllnjor llniiKertr a Trifle Itaalrr. There nan a noticeable Improvement In the con. dltton of Major Haggerty last night. This morn ing a member of the family said to a Would re porter that ho was a trine caalor. New York .llurUei. Wiibat. Options opened dull this morning at jtc. to ,c. beiow last nlxht'a closing prices, Jan. in Mint t voj,! March, Vit,, and May, WV. Alter the opening the market wu still lower on tho sell liigof exporter, but thrru waa a rally tuwarda noon which brought prlcis on the oall up to but night's ngurc ou the later deliveries, May sailing at U5. Ttio market, however, was vory quiet, though Ormer. Cottok. The market was four points off at the opening to-day on unsteady cables. Jan. sold at 10.41: Feb., law; and March, 10.5S. Uvcrpool cloalng steady at a slight advance put more life In local futures, and pnees were pegged up it to 3 polnti at noon, Jan. being quoted at in. 41; Feb., 1U.B3; March, io.01; Apr., 10.0s; May, 10.16: Juno, 10. S3, and July, 10. KS. ' CornE. 'I here was another slump In coffee si cculut on to-day, prices fulling ell so polnta at the uiicntny. Uuotatlon wero Jan.,$t4.0; Feb . Ill M; Marco, ill. tut April, I14.7U; May, fli.Wj June, 111. 65; July, $14. ss. llaru was alao olf 1 V frjncH. During tbu loreuuon the market waa nervous and barely steady. rsTKOLKDM. "ery Ultlo energy was ruantfeated In oil speculation to-day, anu the market la held at about tno llgurca of the past week. The opeulug sales were made at 70X and 70,', and up to noon the fluctuations from thla figure had been but fractional, 'i here Is no news of importance from the oil fields to-day, I.ivk bTocx. Itccvea wero doll and a amall fracilon Ion er at 19. no to $3. BO per 101 lb. for native steers; $3. to to 13.75 for fair to good Tcmm do. and U. 10 a two for bulla and dry eon a. l'rexh arrltaiawer'4-i eatloada for 'lit niurket, in cur . loadi loraUUKiilctcrs direct nnd n ujrluada for exportation, hheep aud lambs ruled steady at IS.60 a IS per 10) in. for aheew and IJati.Mfor lambs, with a carload of extra Canada lambs eold atJASTW. Uoiotthe,tKX) freah offerings were sold before noon, lloga were quiet and unchanged allilOaUkMperlooib., wtthe.Boo received. In- HMD IS! IAD 111 And seo trhat a sacrifice; wo Iiavo mndo In tho prices of SHOES AND SLIPPERS FOR TO-MORROW. MfSRKS' KJCTIIA FfffK OUHACOA KIP AND I.ADfF.fl' FINK HTUAIOltT OOAT WALKINO Pftlllll.K fKJAT. IIKICI, OH HIM1INO, HOIIOI)), jlOUTH ON. OOMMON H'AhK I.AHT, WITH IX)W hllOKH, AI.I.Mi.PN, (IOODH THAT BKLL llKOl. IIKKIA ALL SlZElJ, HLOULAll i llOOfSl TO- LAll At a.W, VUU TO'MOIlltUW, MOIIKOW, $1.29. $2.49. nora-noon oai.fskin sohooi, bhofb, bomd noWioi t'op anVIuIk" "kAT "ukhiI TllnOU(IHOUT.HZEB 11 TO 6X, WOlirll 2.00 IIOOTH ON NTVMHI "l.AHTB. AU.1Z18 WOUTU FOltTO.MOltllOW, B.00 FOU TO-MOltltOW, $1.39. $2.98. PkRW.Ji'i'ST VmTl!ooTHA 1uf!tTSK ANP uMrtN'S ,FINK OAI.F.8KWKn WAIILKFNPHA8T JflMMON HFnSk : HTVI E At iTSlliB HKOULaIi S""118! I'ADKOIl C'ONflltKOH. ALL SliKS, UKUU. 3 00 TO.MOHHOW, "' U LAR J.0O OOOUH TO.MOltllOW. ' $1.98. $1.98. I'XTttA FINK TJT I.A1IIER- OW"'WK PA1UH jXicFmaHVHllinvT "htUiW KID lllJTIO.N IIOOTH. MADK ON HTVLKS OI- M "yJlSi. Vj,N wiTmiiiT "i ip 11 r HtrvL?' KltA AND COMMON.HKNHK I.AHr, SAT N WAYHI1I n AT a im'.to MniiltAW' 8IZKS' AL" (lUAUTKIt LINKD, ALL S1ZBH, WOHT1I il TO- BOIOJ AT ((.U0 TO-MOUHOW, iSoKllOW, $2.79. $2.49. mfn's mtNUiNK allioator hanp-madr MKN'S FINK IIANn-KMIIltOinKnED VKf.VItT Ky,.KJA'!l tlShliitAtV'h?- ' 980. $1.98. MEN'S FU RNISHINO. 1,000 OKNTK' OANFH. IN A VAHIKD A8HOHT. "J0O DQZKN MKN'S SPANISH M1XF.D COTTON MllNT K MOIINTINtlh. HAVK 1IKKN BF.LL1NU M-IIOH l ULLUKriULAHMAUB, HOLD KVKUY- AT $1.00 TO l.t0 llKDUOKD TO SVllKHF, AT2Jc. l'Kll PAllt, AT 26c. 10c. B.OOO MKN'H FINK KI.ASTHI BUHPKNDKnS, KM- 100 DOZF.N MKN'8 IIKAVY MKRINO BIIITITR III OIDKUFD WITH HII.K .IN ANY INITIAL, l'Uf NH.K F.MIIItOIDKHED NkJkB? OOOD VALUK UP IN A NKAT ALLIUATOIl I10X, AT roll Mo., AT 49c. 50c. 500 1)07.. MHN'B BHAKKH HinilKD MEHINO V 200 MKN'S IIKAVY AM-WOOL ftnAWLET OAHH. A.NB.LVKH QUAY. HKOULAII 2. UOOD8. MyVr'olilA'lS'BKmTi Al n . KAOH, AT UC. . gg0 u'T.."?.?- "fTAVlRiry'frAW'nMfglSAE 25 MEN'S IIKAVY .IKItHKY OFFIOK COATS, IN, niloWN.'WOllTUATTinSVlCHY LEAST Hie. PKH IILAOK WELL MADE, EXCELLENT 1'n. WOnTII l-Alll.A'r J.ja. AT 24c. $1.98. EHRICF" BROS., Eighth Ayo., 24th and 25th Sts. TO-DAY'S NEWSIN Willi BTKEET. Tho benrs niado an attompt to break tho market this morning with Iticlimoud Ter minal. Tho prcforreil broko nearly 0 iioiuts, to 5i, aiitt tho Coimnim sold down from 23 to 22C, Oantz and Armory tiaoh sollluir 5,000. A Kood deal of lone Btock caino out and according' to rnmors in circulation fresh troublo has dovolopod in tho Board of Direc tors, which is said to bo tfllciedupon.tho mtriRtioiiof payinRn dividend on tho pro ferreil stock. . , , Another weak spot was Now Encland, which was put down from 3SK to 80K in a few minutes. Much to tho surprise of tho traders, those movoineuts had little- or no eiTeet ou tlio (joncrul ninrkot, which stood as linn as a rock. , ,.,,,. '1'lm worst featnro of tho market is its ten dency to relapse, into ilulnnsa tho moment tho aliiiuiiH have tholr ordors lllled. It sooms to bo noxt to impossihlo to rovivo speculative iutorest. . . . i Monov.hns boon easy atiX ac i por cont. The follow hie is the Olearinu-House stato. inont: Kxahances, SIOO.HSO.IM; balnnces, 4.Ul).2Hli Hub Treasury debtor, $021,832. ForaiRit oxchiuiue iB nominally 4.81K and 4.BSi. aud tho sollluR rates aro X a 1 cont below these ilLMires. Oovernmonts advanced about 1 por cent, for tho 4s on HrM offerings. Tho registered roso to 124.V n 124W, and coupons 125K a 125Jf. Tim 4Ks wero also a fraction highor, at win, n iui7i. ltailroad bonds showod ft declining ton donoy. Kantas A Toxbh 0s fell off 2i, to KHKi Cs 1, to 00, nnd consols 1, to 104K. lliolt. A Allcuhnny lsts aro H lowor at 88H. nuit Wabash Chicago Dlv. also dropped I IK, to 100. Fort Worth lsts recovered )s, to 70W. Krio 2ds Bold at 97K a WX, Tho foreign nmrkots opouod llrmcr on re. ports that tho llusslan Qovernmont had just refused an offer of a Frenoh syndicate to Rtiuriuitoo tho raisiuc of a loan of JSIBO.000,000. Consols roso to 101 U-lfl for money and t,o 101 15-10 a 101 K for tho account. American railwoy securities wero weak and declined,1 to lfc por cent. Bar silver was lower at 44 1-lfld. por ounoo. ilouoy was quoted at 1 a IX. and discounts at 9 a 3X per cent. In rariH tho 3 por cent, rentos roso to 82f. C5o. THE QUOTATIONS. Optn. IIjV &" Cl'fi. OaradaSonthfm M, , MM jj. JM Oanatfian 1'acltlo FOU Ml. W. MM Central Pauirto , ., 3fB jg JJX ?M t)l.lo..lluri A tjulncj J'jjv W7,, 12JS ?,? 0iloaio4Northwo 1UJ lofw 1" 1JJ,, Cdc.Md. ASt. Paul U WS ,fS ,J5'.' Ohio. 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(Vwl A lmn 5fJ 27)1 27 U72 Union PaolHo..., ,. Mi? MJ '.' MtJ W aliaali. Hi I i'ailflr, lifd SO HOC !10 SUV W.atarn Union Taletraiili 71' V 77 , 70 77 V WUoiua A Laku hr 4V itVi tl 4U, Youiik Florkrn on Kiubezalera. UriCIiL TO TUB WORLD. I 1108TON. lice. 9. Alfred l. riocken, late connd dcntlal clerk of Scocom, Ketiair A Co. , big oil dealers, was arrested to-day for embezxlcment of $9,000 of the firm's funda, IIo U the son of a prom inent rougakcvnitle (N. Y.) clergyman. After Klocken itolelhemoner he went to Canada, spent most of It and then returned on j to fall into tho dutches ot the l.t,tS -. - - lli'ilf .tllilca nl n Jubilee, Several deaf mutes of ttili clly arc la lloston to day attending the jubilee ot deaf mutes which will be held to-day and to-morrow. Anions them Is J. 1 J. .Vrcsch, the deaf mute artlat, who baa Sainted two portraits ot Dr. Qallandet and the bbc e l'Kuee to bo bung' In JTanenU Uall, where the cdtbrftUoa taXeanitQc,, Ladies and gentlemen have often expressed much surprise at being able to find AT ONCE in our stock the precise SHOES or SLIPPERS which as they expressed it they had searched for all over town in vain, and at a price MORE SATISFACTORY than the advertised startling bargains. A. ALEXANDER, 6th ave. and 23d St., N. Y. Our catalogue, sent free, has much VALUABLE INFOR MATION for BUYERS. Hm DptMt Three Special Bargain!!, 4 - button, embroidered, real kid, worth fully SI. 25 per pair, at 79c. 5 - button, scolloped top, ombroidorod backs, sold elsewhere at $1.50 por pair, at 898c. 75 dozon 6-button length, ileeco - lined silk gloves, worth 75c. por pair, at 85c. EHRICHS . 8th Ave,, 24th and 25th Sts. JO'uVIN GLOVES. CONTINUATION OF SPECIAL SALE OF GENUINE JOUYIN SWEDE GLOYES AT LITTLE OYER HALF PRICE. EYERY PAIR STAMPED, AND G0AR ANTEED HADE BY XAYIER JOUYIN. 3-B0TT0N, 69c. a pr.; reg. price $4.10 4 " 89c. " " 1.40 6 " 98c. " " 1.60 6 "' $1.10 " " 1.76 8 " 1.30 " " 2.00 JOHN SIMPSON, 723 & 727 SIXTH AYE., BELOW 42D ST. "Spellman's HatsT LATK8T STYLES. FINEST QUJJJTT DBRBTR. 83. SILK HATS, 0S AND 80. A HAVING OV $I.W TO 92 ON BROADWAY rKIOKS. 103 AND in i'MMs, nowr oouku chambkxw x TO-MORROW (Saturday), 4TH DAY LONDON & LIVERPOOL'S 500 ROYAL STANDARD KERSEY OVERCOATS Exquisitely Made and Trimmed, Lapped Seams, Velvet Pockets, Piped with Cord or Velvet. Handsomest gar. ment in the world. Tailors charge from $45.00 to $60.00. TO-HOBHOW WE WILL' SELL 500 IT SI 1.80. London k iiioT Hii Co., 86 and '88 Bowery, corner Hester St., ARE YOU A JUDGE? The woollen tnlirlri now dlaiilnyoil In our windows require no Jmluetodeternilue Ibelr qunlliy. Tlier nre, and we Bimrnntee them to he, ertiry mm (he vnry lliival KNtJI.lSIl ANU 8COTUI1 SUIT1NOH Imported. They nre the I.ATKST IlKSIfJNH ofthla aen aonvalnioriatlon mill were mnde especially Tor the ,1IOST ISXCLUMIVK TA1LOUINU TUAI1K. We will glye aamplra nnd Inxlle compnrlaon In style nnd quality with tho UIMTnnd II1UII. l'.MT-l'IlICUl) MU1TIM1 tn nny merchant tailoring estnblUhmeiit In Now York or else where. We hnvo about ONI! IIUNIIUKO AND I'll TV DIl'l'ISUIINT MTi'LIIM ol tlieao cooda, and Tor TWENTY D0LLAES wo will make to YOUll Oil Mi II as Kood u. SUIT OV CLOTHES as would coat In a reu Inr way Fifty Dollars. This Is a HI'BCIAl. BALiU. and nerer in tho history of onr boat. ness hnre wo been able to offer so MUCH for o LITTI.K lu other words. It 1 really a $50 SUIT FOR $20. GEO. A. CASTOR & CO., TAILORS, BROADWAY AND 18TH ST., ALSO 207 BROADWAY, Oppoalte City Hall Parh. DKNT.STKV. AI1AI.I' DOI.I. ll for tha palnlua aatraetlon ol ttb with iKrlartly purs f mail (1 Am. Wltbout saa, 3Ao, ftUejiaot sold nUtnxa muat beautifully tinlabad frum 1,00 np. 1'laatlo flllfnca from Mo. up, llaaaUfullj jlaUhad Mti it $8. R. ths Tsty boat frum (iO up. ESTABLISHED 1807. B. ffl. COWPERTHWAIT & CO, PAllI.OK NDITS from 880 to 8300. Lotrasea and Uiuuge Beda from 94t Sufaa and SofaUoda from 810 Kaay Chain from SO. CHAAIIIUll HUIT. tn Mahogany, Antlqus Oak, Walnut, Aah, Oharry, 4o ia to 8300. riltlt til.AMSliS team 87 Fatent Roekera from 841 Ladla Deaka from 87.00 Uantal Qlaasaa from 8U Oouohea from VIOl Wardrobea, 8T to 870 Ohlffoolara, SO to 8S0. I'nr.UING.OlCDH, great yariaty, 818 to 8 ISO. DlinrtTBADH, 88 to 870 1 Bureau. 83 to 800. HIDUIIOAIIIIN, 810 to 8200 1 Lsather Ohaira, 83,00 to 880 1 Oana Ohaira from 00 oentat Uall BUnd., WJHS123. DltMKM AND Ol'FICK I'UUNITUUU, Bac retary, Library and Uookoaaes. Office Chairs from 81.00. fllATTUESSlia from 1.80l Spring Beds, 81 to 10 1 Teather Bada. PUlowa and Bolrtara, Comfort ablaaandBlanksU. HTOVIM AND UANOXiH from SO. MOQDKTTE DODT OKUHNHLA, Vslfst, WIL ton, Tapeatry, Ingrain, Hemp and Llat OarpeU, Oil Cloth.. linoleum, Ruga and Mats, Cocoa and Ohio Matting.. Window Bhadaa from 81 pe' palri Olocka and Bmniea from 81.00 1 Lampefrom 81 1 LaesOur. tain, from 8 l.SO. L'ltOOKUUY. l'alntlnga In oil or water eolor. Engrarlnga, Etch nga, Ac, from 81.00. Ooodasent syerywhera. New prlce-liat mailed, 103, 100, 157. 100, 101, 103, 103 CHATHAM STREET, 103, 100, 107, 100, 801, 803, COS PARK ROW, Now York. BETWEEN CITY HALL AND CHATHAM SQUARE. Cosh or Credit. Cleso Buyers Invited. COWPERTHWAIT. LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS. OURCIFT. THE PRESENTS ARE FREE I THE OVERCOATS ARE HALF-PRICE! Our MYRIADS OF CUS- , TOMERS haVe been VER GENEROUS WITH THEIR PATRONAGE, and we can afford to be LIBERAL IN RETURN. By adhering STRICTLY TO THE TRUTH IN OUR DEAL INGS WITH THE PUB LIC we have done A MAG NIFICENT BUSINESS dur- I ing the year? and as A FIT- 3 TING ACKNOWLEDG MENT we arc now presenting, to OLD FRIENDS AND NEW, half the value of our PRINCELY $30 SILK LINED OVERCOATS. In other words, we are selling these SUPERB GARMENTS at FIFTEEN DOLLARS! We have also reduced our EXTRA HIGH QUALITY $20 BEAVER, ' KERSEY , AND CHINCHILLA M OVERCOATS TO TWELVE DOLLARS, our very superior BOYS' $9 CAPE OVERCOATS TO FOUR DOLLARS.and our $10 ALL SILK SMOKING JACK ETS TO FIVE DOLLARS. If you want these garments RICHLY EMBROIDERED you can have them at SIX DOLLARS. As a SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GREETING WE PRESENT TO EVERY PURCHASER AN ELE-! GANTLY ILLUSTRATED BOOK. WHer&Co, Broadway, cor. Grand st., 8th avo., cor. 40th at. OVERCOATS. OVERCOATS. HIRSHKIND & CO. (All Bine Sign.), 300 AND 308 DUO AD WAY. COB. WALKER ST., NEW YOBK. , Open Saturday night, until 9 o'clock. DEAFNESS OVERCOME1 VUaw Jivk. tvl f A- bc'cntlflc Appliance, WW 7t'' '3 7 vltliVlbratlneUcnibraou) AxljB 1f j53sS4i nnd Air Chamlieni, S ttJTIl tor Increasing Sound I $M Vfc7fisScJw F'h Colored IbtMuIo SW fcS?SK UK" to Ht nny Ear m. NW,VrDisVA Soundlnc Board and lis- VkVj ifS$t& IXt IM flujtor Altachmenta. 'IsHfa. W- 5r FOR USE IN NW; a Ohurch. Theatres, ac. VSr Consultation, Jlliir-tiated vij' lloolc ot Kldenco rreo. UuimMM roiau a-b, c-D. cali vpon oraddrenOu Micro-AiiaiptoDBCo.a6J.gaY ""lnhftlHriii"'- ALLMENWhosraSsbll- sUHHHam ltatea urnudiMiioa. e.ur. Iky'm.- FV "Miii., ? uriRiSTKii to itu r rafcsJjJtNONLy JaKr..4 Mty. br Ul. Mw bapr. 9mF2!9SLmU4 ll Utl polflrr,.lllv. tbilUuu. BUl,HaUlar Crr..l nl Wirt Mill ( Urwiik 1U. Weak fart, rtiurlaa taa u llaaltb aalVliroroua Btrenirm IIMUI. Curr.a. Wllo.tanllj or wa horrUSol Ca. Urln Inra'tiuata ar.r all aUxr BMla. Wtttl aM. riBMllUTLT CI UtU la ThrM laalk.. gtaled Famphtol I . Malalamp. arna tHt 8AIHH EUCTBIC OB., 023 3BWDWAY. NlW Ylll. Pianos and onGANa. ESTEY PIANOS f Theaa famoua Inatrnmenta contain patanted Improva manta not found tn other ptanoa, and wnloh maka them auparlor In tone and durability t any other make. ! tors deoldlnc what piano to buy, call at No. B Kaat Vuui twntu .Ueet andaosandbaartners. Tbsprliwaan loii, fur oaah or on auiall monthly paymbnta. A NUMDKROKORAND, aprlaht and sanara pianos J of our make, alltutly uaed, aimoat aa arood aa naif, and fully warranted, will be sold at a liberal red notion mm regular prloeai planoa to rant. Wro, Knabs Oo.. USUtars., abor lttU.t. BAUOAWB IN PIANOS at Jindeman A Boa'airars rooma, laS Dtb are., near ltttb at. i a lre aaeort; ment of new and allarbtly need pianos of our own anil other makes at Tery tiraoUa prlosa. TIIK "OPKIIA" PIANO, the moat popular and tha line.t In the market, only 10 monthly onUlp.lJ I one quarter'a mualu laaaona free: lent only I3taendfir satalugua. l'eak A Hon, 'ilGWeat 47tUt..ournac B'way. PIANOS AT llAUOAlNH-WelHir, flUUl StodilarU 7a. At -tVlaaner's 31)0 Fulton it.; Uniocklrn. HKIiP WANTgD-aiAIiB. riUTTKB-PanU, orerall and ablrt onttar, Jloow W Ve?riUsi&taamaa J