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SAVING THE ADIRONDACKS.
ACTION OF THE XF.W-Y01.1_ COMMITTEE.
?SOUCI 8F.S. ION AT THE CHAMBF.liA OF OOMMERCI
?40n__nCI WITH BBVATOB KOCH.
Thc committee of the Chamber of Commerce ac.
nt noou yesterday, to confer with Senator Koch ou
the quent ion ol preset ving the forests of tho State.
Morris K. ,l< sup was in the chair, and Mewn, Coil,
dtngton, James ena. Bl_?? weio miwi Thc re?
in.item were excluded, hut when Bena Ot Koch left
tho rvHuu after the (.inference ha espreeeei his
"willingness to ghre andi informal i'ii M the pre .8
might desire, and to r? riv to rai li 'jiicstions as
inii'lit bc Mk ul. He aaid that the Senate Commit*
tee would report next Friday a bill providing lor
t'.ie appointment ol three Land Commissioner*, with
fill) powei to create law. fur the puriio.se of protect
injr tlie forests and water " nys of the State. The
bin would require tbe wirrega tion ot tbe landa be?
longing to the Mute within a certain belt included
in Herkimer, Franklin. Eaeei, Fulton, Hamilton,
st, Lawrenee, Lewin. Clinton, Saratoga and Warren
conni iee. Tbeee would become legally pnblic park
1)iD|))ii\-, iiml would l.e uudei the supervision of a
tarean of Land, under the charge of .he three t'Otu
inisaionera s.iis! bi :
The oMeet of tba Mil la tbepreeenathw ofthe forest*)
..id the ws,ter aonreea from which the wat)
? iii'l.ltdl. aiel -vlil.li rtctve na feed, is ts. the emu!-..
-!''.? it ii.i* tn .n in mv mind fm* many yt
lora .'uni ottiei-M ai Albany, and every
In a bill for aeommlttee." I was reluo
? "'iM Inn if tte public iiiinil waa pr. ,'sired fin-Mich a
measure. Lani jaar earoo tho Kiiim
1 I'-, hived the time hml eic,:t. 1 did IntTodui fl si l.ilLfur a
lillie*, lind i'Ve.'V'e, sly luted for lt. Wa I -.
ninny on the spot, and obtained a larne amount of Mir
ju '-i Importanl ei Idcuce, nnd were tram I rn: a lilli to cover
-?iiinl points, when all of of a sudden the newe
1 (;> t* ii ..k ii)i tin subject, and there waa a wlktdemaud
fu the speudlux of militous to do thal which thfl Beuate
I iilie (.mie (um i ti.*teiice lo do, mill vs hicii ne
know weean do without the parchai o 1M1 acre.
I believe our coiiiiiiiit r ana r?i;i? .if tin- (..'hara
Cornwelli atc Mitti.ii iiiiw- that the Btate ahall nol pur*
iii.lie; but, at first, I think they uiai have favored aoine
; iai -.-it point* that commanded waterways andoom
fcrredriparianrlajhta. Rm* majority <>f people have an
Idea thal the Btate forest lands ans something like the
Central Park, only much more extensive They du uoi
i the wild. ii.. -? character of ranch
et if. uiul the i.nt that It is scattered i
over nany counties In many parcel*. In ist.i.
the -iiii.-owned40,000acree In one piece, Today im
t- ii 1 owuamroundnmnbera750,000 n rea which have
tne non-payment <of taxes. In many li l
no trees at all bave been ead ea these landa, in others '
only tbe pi-ioa iind spruces hive been felled, and lb
oaks, beechea and hire ben nave been left. In the Blue
Mountain Lake region there la a tract of ten thousand
acrea which haa ix-en ent irclv Rti.pi.ed of tta 10ft limb i.
bot such ts tl .growth if oak. and yell ow birchen that
voa w.)tii?i i. , Hy know th it a "'io:! tree had been cut
there. Over e million acres of foreal landa are beld by ;
private Individuals In tbe ?ame real in.
Tin- iiiii will Ki\? io i :,.? Laud < iomuilaslonere nf the new |
department or bureau j iwer to frame aucb laws as shall
prevent anj action 01 Ihe par) ol tbeee private owm -
that ahull be detrlnic lal to the waterways or the fuel
l_iid ol iii- State. 1 or !..-' im e.lumbermen dam 111. wal .
oouraee for the purj rv ,, pcttlnga good bead ol
on, when tlit-v arc gol ni to Boat down their
loge, Now In (he Btouy Creek Region up?
ward of live thousand . 01 ? ol foi nat 1 >>?? - wi re killed bj
tbe tmeklng of the waters. This lnh|Ultona nnd 11
legal 11 undoubtly be stop]ied peremptorily.
Howl ? action of the to-iK-app(iinii'(| lanni Coiuiuls
? ???- nd i" w dei wuys will go towards milking
I ;?..! I !?! till .' ? Of pl .'. .1!" I"!
land uuprontable to the owners 1 cannot aay. M
1 ii in:-, ii 'ci ih.. 1 lustier, for thia reason, (hat neither
nov.. u'.1 In til" 1 iii -ii 1 does thi bill 1 ? ,
Kittie's . *(iii-lil.m oi fresh laud, either by purchase or
.t domain.
I. md Bureau n iii Bx In il ? publl ? park woodlands
i' tn, and -i e '?? Ile ve thu! 1 he common
? ?I i l.e eniiiii itu.; .? vrdl loi-d to leta adoption
where, wi 1 bout thc necessity of lutroducini
to the Constitution, or Bghtiua with the adverse sentl
men! of tho communities ol the northeru counties of the
Btate. You can nlv ays trnsl 0 tlie American at ntiinent
coiulng r.ni ul to the tight, there lias been a 1 u ia-rsl I lion
about tn e-fellli tc, 1..... 1 -? lu Ihi immuni?
ties lo eleni tin ' mt was 1 patriotic i.. t. an ; evei*. acre
in land -mi''" I ol Its trees vv,,-. an acre won from tho
wii.l. rm ? iii .iud sdi we have
I. du 1* ti ti eli ? ? ,i, iind it will be quickly
learn d
?
THE ALDERMEN * rUBBORN*.
RAT1C VAC'lION ? :?? 1 li 1 'i a Ni -
Till NU.
The Democratic factions In the new Board of
ALI" rm.11 m 1 ;.i nu ne ii' '
tion. lin County Democracy ineinbers are very
( .ii.'i it,.- in their declaration that they will not
. iehl lo I .. vv lisle the 'J..'inn 1113 in
illili tiH-v will ho's. na less than
?>'..? President, Clerk und Assistant I .ii.. A com?
mittee ol tho Co.inti Democracj Aldermen
<).\eil. Jaehne and De I.a ce j called on John
:ii Ins oin..', hikI li.iil .: ti mk talk witta bim,
l i'.i ou Alderman D'Neil for President,
and suggested John D. Cough lin for Clerk. They
?li tl niin thal I :?!:,::.. lr.d bold tbe Presidency
for two yearn, lix. hi ?! thal Tammany
Hall's candidatee were Mr. Kirk for President,
: ls J. Twoiucv for Clerk, ami William li. Ma?
loney ?? .Wt mi Clerk, mid tin*'' would I.r* vi.ted
for bj tin ? Taiim.a.i.v 1..e.nu .*. la to tbe relative
number of members, bo was .?* 11 i ** 1 i. (1 ttaat if it iiad
111.1 hi eu foi thc tii'ii' "it "f ttae Senate
in A.I part io tho i 1
ici'ti renee ol tin- (mv ? ii'i'i with local politics, I'am
luanj would have fared h n.i in ttae matter of Al
ile !' I ?''I.
Alderman O'Neil said lo a Tbihuni reporter
thal ii 1 "i t- I would nol give way iu
matter, lin I';, ile iy belougcd lo them by
1 1 1 hej v. ni.! h .*' upon it.
ri 1 there will he 110 permanent organization
of tin- Boan! on Murnini ?
"Nol iinlees 1 am chosen President," he an
"'Will tho Connty Demon*.. ., loin with Ihe Itepub
. inc Ihe Hoard I " ho .> us naked.
"ll i. " We leave that to
'1 . e.u i Hall."
'.. mm my member. thai when the proper
t ii!. ( 0111 1 * Wlil
wheel ii.i.? Ii.e aud v >te foi Alderman Kirk for
President. This is mulei tood lo mean thal wheu
lin!., u 1 '. . -I, CouuuisMiouei of Public
Worl il by the Mayor that lie viii! be n
. iioniinsi 1.1 in Dc cihIm-i in \t mid i.v Mr. Kelly lhal
the 1 ai.nu i'iv m. inin 1* will vol tnt his continua?
tion, then will be a 11:. ion mi Alderman Ku k, aud
? fore.
1 h i , Aldi mien-) Icc! did nothin ? yee
tenlay at tho caucus held in the I'liion *
lietel, un Friday evening, ii was agreed that
their vote should be casi on Mouday for Alderman
1'inck. Ile is tbe oldest Kipublicau member in
nniir, having served continiiouslv since 1876.
Alderman O'L'onuoi is c bail mau ul tue Republican
caucua, which adjourucd subject to tin (.all of ti.c
chair.
CHARLES WELDE . POLICE JU8TII E.
PIS NUV.'INVlli'N 1 11* I iKVll D Hi \ HTB1CT TAIilV
V Dil .
The old Board ol Abb rmeu held a *])??< i;il meeting
1 ? t*rday. Mnyoi I ilson senl in the name 01
i 1 les NV eldo foi 1'...... J nat ii ,? io suco cl llui-!i
Gardner. Mn 1. ul Dully praised Mr. NV.'hie ami
nm..-.I thal he be conliruieu. Mi. Fitrpatrick and
Mr. Sheehy "poke in a sun il. ir strain. Ito- three are
Tammany meu. Mr. Jaeh.1 the County lie
in.ni.nv echoed theil seuiiuients. Mr. O'l onnoi
(li'epn . iciin mu the nomi ua tion lie over.
I vote was as fol ?
lum Tnrhrnnr. Ilnck, Flelschbeta, O'Connor, Waite
and Well*
Say* K . Burns, Carroll, De Lacey, Edward Ditfly,
M trli v. 1 .?? ;? 1 trick, Foh ). Qmut, .laelinc,
K- ..nu, O'Neil, luueUhotl, shell., and
r ' '7.
wa* si strict id rt. vote Mr. Seaman IRepnli
liciini lanie in auu voted on tho direct question oi
( .sm st:.m. Mr. Welde was columned bj 1. i>. 7.
hov presenl were State Senal ir Hibbs,
John .1. o'lsi mil. ALI. inian-elei t Pearson, and
Clarence Meade, fiieiiils of Justice Hard uer, who
have inni.'.) strong light for him. (Jue reason foi
tiicii defeat was thal they expected the Mayor to
hold mci the nominal iou ami si ml it in io the new
Hoard of Aldermen fhose who conversed with
the Mnyor on the subject certainly gamed that
impression.
1 The l>.<sud ol 1'.dice Justices now has six County
Democrats, three ruuiinany men and two Kcpnli
lieaii*.. I'here is no ijuestion now that au elforl w iii
be made at Alliany to amend the charter making the
ea ol ( "nt n '1 fi r, Corporation Counsel and 1'olice
Justices elective. In Ibe ease nf t);e Controller it is
li ,t ilia i,i* 1,on.m.limn by ttae Mayor gives tl
Utter too much power. If rreaideut Asteu ol tlie
Tai Denartiueut should die or resign, the Mayoi
could till lit* vae.tii.v ami tin* would give him
tlii.c ..I i!:>' four vt.* in the Hoard ol Eatimate and
Apportion.ut. which holds tbe purse st 1
iv. Tbe Controller and Corporation Counsel
wen both elected officers until the I wee.I time.
Charles Welth was Imru in Stuttgart. Germany,
in lN-lii, and 1 ame t" this couutry with his jen em,
ten years later, Ile is a ash and blind maker and
house builder. A director ol the Mount Morris Hank,
be 1* nlsu connected withone or two insurance
companies. 1!> joined Tammany Hall in 1870, aud
since l.-7-> bas been the li-.n'-1 of the delegation
frmn tbe XXilM I liatrii t in t he Tammany lit mi,il
Committee, Ile was nominated foi En ?*?? Cominis
: in Mav last, bul as the Tuiiimaui candidate
tben waa Richard Croker, Mr. Welde s name waa
lani on the tabb), and afterward withdrawn by
thc M
? ???.
A COTTON BBOKEB EMBARRASSED.
H. K. Bmlth, a colton broker ut No. 181 Pearl-aL,
?e-.i* post. .1 in tbe Colton Rxchange yesterday*aa
being nnabh to meei bia obligations. Mr.
gave the following t-tateuieiit regarding hi* embar>
la-Mi.cut :
"lin Uni) of H. H. Smith es Co, waa dissolved last
October, mainlj for the pupoM "f closing up
several old aocounts, there being lari* claims due
toe linn. In l"7'.i tlie Brm bad suspended payment j
for iinee dav* (.111 v..1 ol ai i ci _ aid paid I0>? cents on ,
lar. I" (l ti ? ????I* 11 - ?? ???'? itrain, and the
me, t baa been fi t ev* 1 ainoethal time. Foi sn.
1 ro yeara-we bare been eanring large inter- 1
nets lu iii- renneseee Coal uml Iron Railroad
i . in;._ii v. and to rastain them it waaneeee-ary to
borrow mom \ at., high rate ol 1nieie.1i. 1 am .1 <li
1.1 tor of Ibe company. Tbe depression in ttae Iron j
Uade. uud lulungun ui the price ol collou. coupled ?
Connia Inc CK? Uo.
EMBROIDERIES.
We "will open on Mi.-nl.ty, Jami.try 7, OW *
Importation of Hamburg Edgings and Insertions.
Also, Embroidered Jfalnaook snd Nvri-s Moulin
Itolic.-.
53toaAva.j <& \<)t\%6tt
ol vii i'ii \ i\xn.
LATE ii* NEWPORT, ll. I, ORRA1 04 i AN PIER
MAI ?., AM) ll'-l' i.N
UBA.ND (H'l.Nl.Ni!
ul I HI.
I.EW.YUHE
llOI.I.r.lt SKATIMJ AND 1!I( \t I INO RINK,
ut t lu
AMERICAN IN'-ilini. I.Ill 1'lN'i Bil IVE, AND
. .1' *l . V. I I.N! SDAT 1 VIN IND. JAN '.).
Special attractions. I'onierno'i Uld Uturd snd I'tli licet
i .uni. Bicycle Kiding iv Prof. D. J cm.nv, cbamplon ol tin*
V*. Ol i.l i lilli V *kat)IIK". MBKIH Gt I. Jill k-nll ellie ?ll,_ l.f tl,I,
roller*), double slmtlof M.n*i- M'. Atkinson sod E. Vi nu. ol
Bitx__Iyn, ami ti shit oilier attraction* A ie" biri ii snd maple
Boor, covering m.ooo tqusirc leet, bsa bssa laid st s cost ol
y.,n "' .1,000 pslfl nt Hu' RSTlDOIld *kal.s led.ly lot OOO.
ii., .ti.? t_ I orste decorations Io Jhj.sh..- . rseen.
i n ? afternoon il M) to ?, evening 7:80 i.. ]o:io
ti mi. ( h Admission, -th,. Commutation ticket .
i ?;? sdmlseioDi il Dseol -,..,?? . ?..
lliUdrea's s-ULUnloii uml. i 18, lui Only the Kaymood skate
C. M RAYMOND, j _
EMEROON I.I LAM ! '?" ?'
KNITTING SILK
EVERT I.AI.Y wno WANTA lilli BEST KNITv/N
BILK IN Till. VVDill.I' *ll')I LU 111 V 1 III. UH vi;.
ARMHTRONO 4k CO. BRAND, BOLD UV Mun ri!.N
: i .'Inl* v.nii LEADING DEALERS lill"!'.it
i.i i I III. I Ml iii -lAU -. IND ADMITTED MT ALL
K) li). THE HUM IN DEMAND, FIRST I.N l'ui'l'.
LAltlTV. ANli riRST IN MERIT.
ami *?" " vrnM-MYmmmma k>h 't*
with a number of bad debts, have brought about the
niefcent suspension. The immediate cnn*e, how
ever, wan thenresMire brouclit to lieiir upon me hy
the National tlunover Hunk for a debi of $3,500.
Boom Hmm ago in b_-_raw_4 of this bank at one
time *11.000, and $>'_..->.OOO at another time Tins
large loan was steadily reduced until it reached
$3,7.00. und I had paid the interest on that
nj) to January 1. The bank has wowed no merer
tome. My total liabilities an* between 0140,000
and #150,000. of which $100,000 ia Ibtolntelj ie
eurea. The nominal assets ure shoat .".'.'00,000,
but, of connie, I (lo not know how nun b of liiat may
be counted m lafe. Mv indebtedneM t'i the Cotton
Kxclian_e is between !?ir>,000 and $-.'0,000. 1 trai
one of its n__Mflen lor several years. 1 do not
kuow whether or nol 1 lhal] be ame io resume pay?
ment."
UYPO0B0SDRLA,
Thc Mysterious l.lrittenl bi the Mind tlmt k*TUUtOt Vsgue
Apiirf Um?hutu- Whin Actually VumttU lt.
Thc narrative bel.nv by a prominent scientist
tem.'ii ? _ HiD-.'.'t et -alvern! iuiiiii '. ? ?? p_rwpeople
are free from tli'- dlaCreaStag evil-, m il) i hyp '? b 'iiuii.i
bringa They eemte at all ttaee aai an f
fliiiin* which tiley t_.-_Hcive< st.tt They an .. dre*! i
(oniiiiK dcratigein.'ut OSOMd hf fTSsaat ('.?.??!:. ? i?
iirniif about more wrtoliVw thaa aay etan mia t'n.i;
Theta iii>t ...ipi.'i mould ii" earefolly guarde l.
i: iitnrs BtteJdi
lt i* seldom I npprar In print, nn'l I n'multl _>t )'.-> ko
now (Iel lum believe myself lo possession of truths, tbe
rev.!:.:i..n nf v.'.uii will prove .r Inestimable v.due tn
nt my wbo see these lines. Minc tmu boen ? trylnaexperi?
ence, tor iininv years I was conscious of a v. .mt "f i tte
toil.-. M.V Ililli i M"> lll-.I -l'.ll/l*ll ."I'l I f' t Si eellail! ' Il?
illi.' o_* ii' mv natural condition ol Intellectual acuti
itetiviiy and vt or. I presume th - la tha same v. iy in
v. nicii an Innumerable number of other people feel, who
like myself are physically below par, bal like thousands
of others I paid no attention totbese annoying troubles,
attributing il)-'!:i tu overwork, an.l resorting to a gi
boer or to :i milk punch, which would for tho time Invig?
orate and relieve mv weal
After awhile tin stimulants began to disagree frith
?e.uii. my weariness Inen .-. ? i, and 1 vv;i? eom*
pelletlto ?-??: toother ne -in* to lind rell f. [faphysl
clan ls suffering be Invariably calls ino hw pbyslclau to
proscribe for iiim.ii* t.sn:".- ncc inn- if as hences
others; so I called s physician snd ho advised me to tn
? lillie .lniiii. al I.n. I, or ii bottle of liypiiplio. pilate*. I
* . .k two ..r three bottles of the chemical food with no
ni ii ireni iieii"ilt. My lassitude and Indisposition seemed
ulm aee, my food distressed me. I suffered from usu
puinu in .iii..kui parts of raj body, my muscle..
!?.,ii.|.. nore, mv bowels were constipated, ai"1 '">
prospects for recovery were aol vety ilnieili.it. I stated
un case io ..im ).. i physician, a..'i ne adi ;-t d me to lake
livetoU'U drops of diujeiide's solution ol morphine, two
or throe times ,i daj inr tbe weakn( *s and distress
utoniiicb. and a niin pill livery otbei nlgbl torellcvothe
t-iiuHtlpatlon. 'I'lie morphine produced siieh a deathly
. tn.it i i 'uniii not take it, and tbe bins [dil failed
lo 11 lb -. e ui) . oust pallon.
In thu condition i passed mn!, i v rtr, wholly unfit
for bush. es., whllethe effort lo think was Irksome .i
painful, viv ieuii.! become Impoverished, nndlsuffered
from Incapacity wi i lt an appalling sense of misery uh]
general apprehension ot coming evil. I pa *ed sleetile?s
. .mi was tronbled with Irregular action <>i tbe
heart, si constant ly feverish condition and the most ex
ting lorturi a In i 13 stomach, ii' lng 1 inlays on 1.- c
w.it.r and gruel, and, Imbed, the digestive huietloni
seemed to bc entirely dextroyed.
It was natural thal while lu thin condition I ?h'.'ilil be?
come liv ii.ieii.iuiiiii ii. unit fearful suggestiona of self
iI.-hk nmi nee,! .i.'ii.iliy presented themselves l<
Icticed sm li (dre foi sleep, bul on retiring
would Ile awake for a lonjj time, toi meuted vi itii troubled
reflections, aud when al Isisi I did fall Into an uni .-*
slumber of short durat'.on, li was disturbed by li" is'l
dreams. In Ibis condition I deteruiluod to take a trip to
1 irope, bul lu spite ..i nil Un? ittteullona of phyidcliiua
iuk( ol - ? ie and ellmati, I did liol Impric ??, ana
: nu .1 le in.'' VV ! 1 110 e.u f'ly hope of ever ,.1: still lie
Iur niii.- ta leave Ihe Iioumi
Among (he nmi!)'!," - m.'inls tbat estlii'i mi me waa one
'vim iimi 1.1111 atlllcted somewhat similarly to myself,
leu wlm iis.il luen ie-;.mn to perfect health. Upon hia
cu nest ii commendation I began ihe same treatment be
bul employed, but with little hope ol behm ls ueilti*d. Ai
I rsi I experienced tittle, ll any, relief, except tbat lt did
nol distress in; domach a* other remedies 01 even rood
II il done. 1 continued Its use, however, and after tbe
ii, .1 bottle could sec 1 markedcbauee for tbe better, and
now .ift.T tin inset mit bottle I am happy to state that I
on nilli- to .titenil to mv profeosstonul dui i.n. I sleep
well, nothing m.- re-wes nie tbat leal, I tri, from day lo
day vviti.oiii a feeling ol weariness 01 pulu. Indeed I sen .1
wellman, aud wholly thro<ugh the Influence of II. H.
vv sti'iief.v Ca's Tippecanoe. I eonsider lids remedy si*
tukiugthehlxhesi ponslblerankln tli the treatment of all
? 1,1 wes marsed by debility, loss ol appetite, and all other
*\ ii 1 pi oms oi st 11 n'.ie ii auddlgestlve disorders. It to over
v\ bcliuiugly superior to the Ionics, bitters, aud dlspeusla
of 1 in day, .mi u eei'i nu io in- so acknowledged by
the public universally. Tbousauds ol people to-da] are
goliiiMu premature graves with these sorious diseases,
1 ii ii 1 lune above dew rllie I, and lo .iii sm .) I wonld aay '?
?? Do (mt Ni yuin t;.I j,i.i_-iii.-iii in- governed bj your
prejudice*, but rive tbe ibovo-muned remedy .1 fail md
paueui trial, and I iielleve you will not ouly be rewanled
byaperfeel restoration to beal Lb, bul vmi will also be
cou i uniii tint Uie medical profession does not poasees
;.il the knowledge thal ii embraced lu medical science.
A. '.. lin il viii.*. M. 1)..
408 1 h.11 du) sk, B
Aliliinuice'deiiH
Beware of a alight irritation in the throat.
Bm mu ll'i ' : '. 1 mini, iliau ic
lu-f. Kti'ii a box of tiieiti In your bou
Earl & Wilson's "(hort band-1 Collars and
toad edge Caft an the best Bold everywbere
?
Hi.miv A. nwii.i*. M. 1>.,
144 I., mis/ton-ive. between _!Uthand l)tb-.ts.
Houri.,8lo 1. 5 lo7. I'.< 1-- il ;-,.- s .. 1, . .: ? _.
t.eiiiiu-l 1.iiiii* 111 r i'i*. liiiiiei . lily.
LUXDBOKG. RBENISII COLOGHB.
Meium. Mort & Chandom own 1,517 aereg
.f tbs most renowned vlnei irdsln the Cba-ipagn . rtisti
I inn! I.. f|i , .ii.pl.nilli uti I..un! ni tle-ii i. l.n ?? flinn ten
0 twelve million Outtles of wine I'be uperfli il reaoftlieli
o:i r-.j.i ti.- yards. Hie vu,, nblpmeuts of
Vin. I .Vs rh.uni,.it i 'iii,i|i|i.tim. n .h. largi-i
mt! es, t .sui il..... ol not ott thou le. In
.! ul..ni ?Ute \ i -ii: '.. ? m.-,i:i j.iiiei ul M..:l ,V I'llAM' .
1 U-UUMoaca sversses 120,ooo ? aw .-..
-+.
New-England Mutual Life Insurance Com
;iroiy, of Boat ol ,?,,.,,, All poIielPS iniiituii.it
? I eudowmeni Annual raab dlviileuds. New-York
nin e. ju* iit.i.nlw.iy. K..-.M a It.vi'i.n i).. Ueueral Ag.uU.
a: t. stewart & co
(RETAIL).
To close out promptly tho re?
mainder of our Fall and AViiit<-i
stock of Black Marquise and Satin
Brocade Silks, WC offer
SOO PIECES
at tiik roLLOWiM;
mun nun pus.
40 Pieces at $1 25 per yard;
hum < bd moa si sa.
60 Pieces at SI 35 per yard;
i:uni CEO Ki'Oii Si Bet,
100 Pieces at $1 50 per yard;
kihi ito moa M oo.
125 PIECES
Black Marquis & Satin Ground
BROCADED VELVET,,
.viii' li HAVE ri:iN REDUCED A* FOLLOWS)
25 Pieces al $2 25 per yard;
kkdi uso mon *-i to.
50 Pieces at $2 50 per yard;
lt) lil ? l )? FROM *:l imi.
50 Pieces at $2 65 per yard;
BBDVCBD nco. I $:i 8__
All the above aro of tho besl
Lyons manufacture, and specially
recommended for elegance of de?
sign anti richness of lexi ure.
We continue our offering of
LYONS
BLACK BROS GRAIN
SILKS
:i< the great reductions made dur?
ing the holidays, and will lo-nior
nio.v place on sale
125 Pieces at 85c. per yard;
Kl IX I Kl) WBOM *?! Bi,
125 Pieces al $1 10 por yard;
ltl DI CEO PROM Bl EB,
100 Pieces at $1 35 per yard;
ici.Di t i.o FROM si . ??.
Broadway, llli-au*., ftlli & 10th sis.
230 STREET
Lg B
3X MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1884,
GRAND OPENING OF
nunn; HiHiniiK
FRENCH MND-51ADS
i *. n
1A\D-EMBR0IDEBED LXDERGAMEXTS.
FROM mil LOXa BXPERIEXCE iv PHIS LIM.
IMi m li -i I'l linn: Ahv v.vr.viil s. BOTH ty THR
-i M. vt. i. .xs u PARIB MARKETS, WI 'HI'IK THI
IBEATEST BARGAINS EVER BHOWH I**' .'HI-!.
.oi.'ii.-. ni'.: a*m'!!1mi;m. WI LL. BB POVMD 81
?l.lsii'K IN QUAL1T. AM) PATTERS ID ANY IN
I 111. 1 KADI.. XXI \KI DI I KUM: M Ii 1'?i M V K I V -
N FORMER MAH-. Ol'H EMBROIDERIES AND
MM Kl.MOUNT- nulli IR PRICE ARD STYLE,
nu: LEADERS FOB PHE WIRTEH and BPRIRU
IEA80R.
WE OFFER, AT?'. SOM EXTRAORDINARY BAR
IAIR8 IN DOMESTII I MU III. .lt IIKNTS. AND
eVlil'l.li CALL ESPETIAI v I I I N l m.N* lu M VI. HA I.
_ARGE li'i- "I NICIIT DRESSES, vi I. UK iliinl)
JUALITY ARD WELL MADE, WHICH WE BAVE
?lld ll WED AT DRU8VALLY LOW PB
Wi DO ROT RAME PRICES, BUI THI STOCK I
Til., WELL AHBORTED, AND. lil IXli I Xl l I'TInN
vi iv CHEAP, THE QOODetl SPEAK FOB I1IKM.
I 1 VI.
31 and 33 Wesl 23d-st.
_.'_."j v.x-i i7iii?? i.. New-York,
Public Demonstration Le tons in Cooking ererj
MONDAY,al 10a.m.,utd TUESDAY, Bl 2 p.m.
\)hni--iii". 78 i. nt-j ia ti) .it-. ??. h. Ladies are
? i tn tend l-r PROGRAMMES FOB Hil.
BOURSE. 1'iivsii' i !,i--i tra doh timulng.
l \i.i;vihim. IN
HOMEOPATHY
II'.Ml "!'\ l RIC BOOK : i'l ? l.-, Mi
tra* . !??Iii
IIi)in|.|,i< yo'* ll..nu i.palin, -i.i' i'ii -. Humi
lnnr\ riptdtii -. 11 un. |. l.i. yo'* vv is. ii it..... nil nu dMarrel of
. .-": - 1 mi J-.XPOM A UPI ? IALTY, ol
'. ? h. ..il I ?? lu,*, iuu
)
ia iii.mm
I'l ? I: -;??, 1(1.? CoI_.
e '.ii . Will i" . : ii i- all
?Aluin.. ? from ?i,\ n .un ..f Blood Polooi, Blood
ii . ? ?.)?? KrupUuua. "i i..? i-.ii..
'-?<. IOU
x\.-i ...i.?i tiomomtntiaaa tm _avi_?- fires et ehttBB
I
32, 34, 36 WEST 23D-ST.,
Are noir oflVrina the balance ot their
WINTER CLOAKS
and
SUITS,
IRGLTTDIKO FIVE CASES OP
I
ts
rr-vvl ,?*?1 .villiin thc p-int ten ?ln.v* and
too latte for iiii*. *OMM_.vS trade,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Thc Slock gemMtBtM Bt the -.'hoice*
Utjtmi ol
,auc FdKl ll FiBl
ouulsiiii Flasli Dtas,
Ulsters anfl Sa.p_,
Elad ol Cirri Cloth
Jersey aid Pli IM Ulsters & Mets,
latte aaii OHom Si doab.
*n inspection of lh?- abSTC will repay
1; il' ?<? who have not get Hup plied
.'l?*IU*M-l . <- . v. illi IC <? ? i _?l?: .
Winter <?'a -meat-o.
ai tiik - IKE ri Wi: xx-1: 8HALL OFFER AU, OOH
Tailor-Made Cloth Dresses
AT 40 PER CE.IT.
redaction tVom prrvioux peieex.
FUR-LINED GARMENTS
Sealskin Dolmans and Wraps
AT
GREAT BARGAINS.
COXTIRUATIOR ')K Od*.
110 GLOVES,
All Slyle**, WjeaUMpMU iiuii t'olor*,
AT
ONE-HALF COST
OF IMPORTATION.
Steni Buln
FURS.
I>TAHI.l-III.O ivyj.
F. B00SS & BRO.
EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTION
feel I'..
hK,AI.-*M\ Dill I W
MEAI___KI_i I'U.KIOT-.
?.|:?I.?.MV I IJ4TKRM.
t.RALHKI> I'l LUM -.
?l 11-lvlN -\t Qt ER
WI)
it it-i.tM l-1. \i:m: .ts
i i,i-wi ii in'si. i ii |.'ii..si. n ..'...ii im oe foi <t\'. qiullty,
ami lil linn ll ni I!,'- lil -i i ' - i UOJl.
Hf. sni'l no i Iiii eu '? ? i'i"i"
?licolupetttol ? All. i.-.un- vs \i:.' \\ (FA).
NO. 449 BROADWAY
And No li 11 ... i.n.-r. fi. ii doora ii. k>* u. i ,: ?t.
A RARE OPPORTUNITY,
n.ii in. ?iill .*? rerj large atoclc
: ol' Ladies1 Fine Cloaks Circa**
lars, Ulsters, viv., on hand, ire
: .viii close onl these stylish gar*
?tentsat marly BIW.T PRICE.
A LSO
Kcal Plushes, Seal Sacqaes and
Dolman* at great redactions.
Wc quote no prices, a* the
article ami price mast ***.|>eak lor
thCMselres J but wc *cll heavy
Molli Dolman*, nilli Aeutria
Heaver lue Trinimiii_v, a* lon'
ai MS. Other art ie le* in pro
port ion.
M. STERN & SON,
787 & 789 BROADWAY,
X _. .<OI*. lOHl.sl.
lp ?*lllir ..
ll "I'll.VU.
EPPS'S COCOA.
uni *, i.*i i i th. HHiiimi
Itwa nhl, ii s-e.i iiu ii..- .| i .mt nuirut.in,
tlAbj aeoxttnl inpll, .Olin ol H.- Un. i.i..|i. rtlM of ire_U_>
ll i I.Ji. llM pi .-. lni-,1 n.ii bl ? ?* ?1U)
? ? lil li ii. ij -a\i in inaiiN hoatt
iii-).. ii,.- uni*, limn non ol mu b irOi Im ??!
it o i..ii-ni i.H..ii ii,.iv I "? in.ul nally lniiii up nulli HiruMK
> ii-u_.ii to ri lliuidred. ol .ull?
in- lins...!.. . we Boating unmnd uh read; to uti.i. k _i.,-r
Dirr tl - i ..i.i. Ui h. . ny ? ratal n!i.,;._
bj krrptujl ie.u-.li.. -?.:i f..mi. I wttll |iii" IiIoimI uua _
proiM-rl) i
M.uli- ftiuiLily ?itli )..., ll., j- mhI.i ni milk, .-..lil ill finn iiiilr
? I Uiui I \MI.-i lil'. Jc
? Ow Uiiiisiioi.. n.ii. Lii(iui.U). L'.uii..;., Eufl_u_&
O'NEILL'S,
SIXTH AVENUE AND TWENTIETH STREET.
GREAT SALES.
1,950 DOZEN
LADIES UNDERGARMENTS
AT ONE-HALF THE ORIGINAL COST.
GOWNS,
CHEMISE,
DRAWERS, -
RUFFLED SKIRTS,
G7e. to $1.25
- 40c. to 98c.
:.9c. to 95c.
- 48c. to 69c.
30,000 PIECES
EAIBURG EMBROIDERIES,
At: PER YAK!) AM) UPWARDS.
Match Patterns with "allover" Embroideries to
match in great variety,
HOUSEKEEPING LINENS,
50 Pieces Table Damisk, Plain and Colored Borders,
'.MU., :*.->(?., 15c. PEll YARD.
GERMAN AND SCOTCH DAMASK,
50c. AND 05c. PE It YARD.
GERMAN AND SCOTCH LINEN NAPKINS,
85c, *1 20, $1 50 AND tl 98 PER DOZEN.
HUCK AND DAMASK TOWELS,
r.M-.'c, JLTc, rile, AND '>5c. EACH.
WHITE DAMASK TABLECLOTHS,
St 85 AND _.4? 98.
DOUBLE DAMASK CLOTHS,
LARGER SIZE, $2 T5 AND 12 .35 EACH.
CROGHET QUILTS, 98c. Each,
s Pattern 0*, fl 25 Eacli,
SPECIAL BARGAINS
In Blankets and Comfortables.
LE BOUT-LLIER BROTHERS,
BR0ADW4Y & 14TH-ST.,
Will continue their GREAT CLEARING SALE ot HOI Si;
1.1,1*1 \<.i <?OOIJs nt reduced price* previous io our annual
;ivi n.o.'v.
WHITE GOODS.
l-l LONSDALE 7 JMc.
41 FRUIT or Tin; LOOM, B<t_.
l-l UTICA, 7 :i-4c.
30 4 R, y mii.i.*- sma; 11 Nc j. 9 ?
,-.'l> .M.I. orin I*. BTANDARD COTTONS AT TIIK
_ IM PRK BB
BALES .m.i. i.ini n CBA8H AT 7'.c WORTH lOo.
ll KAI Hi i> mc iv lins ia.in... 90 INCHES WIDA,
>?_<?,. WORTH I**..
00 lur/.. fancy BUCB TOWELS, 93x45, Al' 10c.
.CH, SEDUCED I 1 ? '?'
.DOZ, HUCR AMT) DAMASK RROTTRD FRIHOE
WELH ARD LARGE FARCY RORIE ARD DAMASK
n RUCK rOWBI__ WU,I. Bl. SOU) AT 38* BACH,
Ut III UV.
00 DOZ. VERY tint: v. li iii; TOWELS, CHOTTRD
?? c - ie i: vu. li; ncc BD FROM ..v.
I\i:.\ LOOM DAMASK FOR Kin iii
R YAKI'. REDD! KO Ul""
li Ac BED DAR U)K i>-r . REDUCED FROM We.
Ol'Ul.I. DAMASK, 8ATIN FINISH, ?*?.'?., RBDUCED
OR 1196?A UREAT BAROAIR.
IXTRA FINE DOUBLE DAMASK ll 2.1, WOR1 ll "fl 73.
OOO Ha/.. H NAPKINS-SPECIAL VALUB AT *1 50.
ii" |9S0 PEB DOZ.
3EBMAR NAPKIN'S gl.Sg, REOULAR PRI( I
.IK lt XI AN NAPKIN**- 13.00, i'.i Ml. AK PRICE 93.76
BLANKETS.
BEAT BBDUCTIOR in OUR iaiiiii: STOCK OF
KNKKT'. AND COMFORTABLES TO (lol orr
B WINTER BTO< K PREVIOUH PO INVENTORY.
: _T LOW nil' BB |1 60 PSI PAIR TO
LOB
BROADWAY & 14TH-ST.
ICSLU I.Milli. TAR.
WE WILL HOLD A -rici M. BALI OF LADIES' UN
DI BWEAR .XT ABOUT HALF FOBMBB PBICBB IN
ORDER nt CLOSR OUT BRTIRBLT OUR l-_______Ff
BTOCR BBFOBB Tin; 1>T ol' FEBRUARY, ON AC
IT OF A OHANOE IR lin. MANAOBMERTOB
tut: DEPABTMBRT
THE lill K ot' un:
THREE LOTS AT
ITOCB WILL BR "-OLD IN
47c., 69c, and $1 00.
AND CONSISTS OB CHEMISES, DRAWERS, SKIRT*
DOWNS, CORSET COVERS AMONG THKM AHB
MANY BBOKBR LOTS Of 1'INI*. FRENCH AND
DOMESTK UARMRNTS WHICH CANNOT HE DCPLI.
CAI KU.
HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES.
10,101) BARDS RAMRURO BDOIRO AND IRSHBTIOHB
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT HR PBBYABD. BKDUGBD
THOM l.*c.
19,000 TARDA AT 16* BBDUCBD FROM Mt AND8C0
REMNANTS.
Mt otu BBMIfART. OF BAMBUBOS, I Ac BB ODD
TIDIEM, FICHUS, Bex, Ar. WILL Bfl DISFLATflD
ON tl niki. TABLES AND BOLOATABOOT HALF
FBK 1 B
BROADWAY & 14TH-ST.
(_..?-??.*?--._!__.)
Co,,
*?__..v haven, coys,
b_T-.d__uj or rora
__1rTrTi1g[eS
.1! ?*Tl?_ _iwo? Iihll.lM-*!. *n<\ *?*?_._? onr NEW. \ OMI.
. AKKROOHH. HRUAUWA. ARI*THliT_-MV_Tl
iTKKKT.
AU oat pro.lactlc.il. ffl**r?it??_ ?U M of tte kluktvi
BtAtarkawaiut*.
THE LADIES' FRIEND
?fl Happy and *o WtBeMU,
.m.i IM Ital I ,.irn
, ' i tc? itlllll
_>ke Iheio hmo c. '* '?'* *vl'.;t
" I nm M -Mil uinl duwil lien t. ?! tl l ni
?A in the world.** Hocb lu Uie >??
of ladlee wini .iie> dlMMM********* ?'
rbi .
Ilirir Iuen..;'~ ??>? ,.,,..-.vt.. ? --- -
;..'i,.1;rc.i.i.a1.i.v o,,,,!,,,. ; w sh
? KAUS*. \\ > KEUCLATINUI'll. - ??
lOWt iUil-nn.,..!.,- V-.tfU
wilui.v. ll. justit, bul UM* ReWlWAI ?""? Ul? ?.??.*? **-?'"'nj *?
Radway's Reiulatim Pills
PM U, rta IMUlW ?*l.-_raiitly r??t.Ml fj.i ,"'*;;i^;i',.;'f '
;i;::V;;:;i-;::^KV^'^^VV:iU'i'cAo*i. ***
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