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HORSE SIIoW BOXES SOLD.
AX INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR*? FIGURES
REALIZED.
VTISP1EI ' WITH THK RES! I.T ?iX? \
Kss: I I. s 11'
AND THE
1. ? !' II
The <'.n ? r 11 \i
?am- w.?i nu? i wit ? ? ?
ttri.iy ?fterno n when Wll.lam B
tlOl ?- : -.'
tlonal H .. -? .-'
T? .? IH i ::::>
I>A1I
fiai
... . .
N? rir.an ?is auc
? the Na
held In I v
phlthei.;,-!?!. ?lu? i th?' ?i ? k i?.-.- ???
November 12 Ther? ?i. no ?lab?rate : i
uni no word r persuasion a?ere in?
dulge I in by tl ? I ? ? "'?' '
only to point t" I : I ? I i ?
bung ii. the r? ira ih? tas in . '?? ?-?? ' a b
? | . .. . |n t| .. seat? Tl
led tt m thi tart, ind th? sal?
that ?! -ii"? 'ii'- '? '
some on? In th?
bl i ling v. i- apli .'?
warrant? tht prom
liki'h to aurp is? Ii - "- In popularity
Among Ihe ;?? ?pi? p?< -? nl at th? ?rere Mi
an I .M-s. T. Buffern tail?r, Mr and Mrs Charles
r. Prancklyn, Mr? rum fteven?, Mr and Mrs
t'h,ir:-s Russell Hon? Mr? Char'.e? Carroll, Mi
Ji ? ! .ii !.. Mott, Il . M- l? ''? Hi '? Mia? ft ?
bor .'.iii'n. M:- Dui ? Ei:i it, Mr? Pet? r C pel
Hewitt, M a? Cary, Hamilton W Cary, Ml?? ?Ynne
?Cameron, Mr and Mrs j, smith Hadden. Jame?
LortUard Kernochan Frederic Bronaon, ?'. Oliver
?- . i: ha I'm I" VA". Reward Webb, William
TV gloan? . Colon? s Val !:? i s--la. r i ?i-.iK-r. Mar:-.ti
S- -in. Wl Ham Tiffany, Perry Tiffany, Colonel Law
twice Kip, lame? Beard, James P. Murray, \:
phons? !? ? Navarro P l" real Manir?, Julian Pot?
ter, Richard M Potter, Jame? K To'.free, Frederick
Ailim. .1 Lee Tailer, !>? F real ''.r.un and J K i:
Otinth.r. Jame? T Hyde ?? un?d .? number of
b.'vs for per? ma who ?rere ui ibl? : ? bi preaent at
the s ,|,
Tio- tirs-t box -oil. No, S8, ? i- bought by an
??Tent for George Gould, for $500. William Pol?
lock, for MM next secured box No 39: T. Bu?
chanan Houston paid 1600 for box No SO; F K.
Bturjtis, :.. -.; paid M7t for box No. 12 W. I..
Rlklna paid MM i ?i box No 37; \. <: Leonard M?0
for boa No. .- ilenei ' Henry L. Burnetl it"1 t ?r
bos No. ?'?i. Colonel A. B. Wilton M60 ror box No.
IS, an i W. ?: D. Stok? s >;.;:? for box Nn ?
The following are the number of the boxe? sold,
tlo- name? o th? haaer? and the prl ?- paid:
Boa Pi u ? I'u ? ha
I! $.'!'
:,.'."
i
.r. ?;
-. a
rv .too n w
i, n ti?
ll ?
?A
Iff 1 11
Suttii
?
: - M .
I.I'
?
in
M. Tva m
H I. :
. ?
II. L Bu
?A ir I
21 ai"
:;4 I
in ,
81.
32
810 ,r J Ha.ley.
n .' \\A-'iie
XM. . n? m \ SI ane,
.".o:...u it i
SSO |- II I ?
M II i
T S. Ta
M irton .
I. L Ii??
Swell
: - ? n ?. ta i a ..
SMI Hear) May
345 \ 11 \
4M'..A .11
430 It * rt M ?
BOO..J. I
loo .1 hn M It ?ret?.
?:?:..
?. B. H
. \V A. 1
nd i: l: Gun
i I
H
4,. .
400,
40tt.
f"
?s".
:.. -.
liVl
400
?
A I. Barber ;.'.'
\\ I. Sti n?
W I. ElKlns ;,'
louid. r*
u ' ' i...
Il il H Ulster ' .
!' A. II ?.Vid? ? ? . ,
II I N,. ' : ,s '
.1 .i M
los
lot'
IM
111.
112.
113.
114
M
Il .s 11
? .-.. ! r-y? ?
i; M
;i ; m vv i
7:' ?HI H I. Hoyl
T.: 2H? A '
74 . , lin i?|
L's.-, ?ttewarl .-'?? ? '
"(I ->?'? I !in La? ? ?
77 .'s.-. Htewi
7s J7.'. .M A 11 a toi
7a 313 11 K Vin? it
?o ?'-.??. i i- 'A.!'
s- ii ninif seats
- s. . , x 11 Ul M I? 'r
:?' :.'?i K K s- . .
ni :.:n ,K l? ':' ma?.
'.??J. ?.-.?. i T il I?
ta. 27.1 s .- -a l>. RI; le)
"l ?W5. H. VV I'
:?:? a" ' .
fat 27.%. ..! H M Kl I?
l?7. :.'?i il.-: ? ?? ' Pell.
; :. il A I a
lit? 3ll3 La ? '
HO 3t?i. ..i H SI il!? Jr
l?l 2?0 a '
Ii2. -<. I ' ??
vv . ...
A II! I?
\ V ? -. ?
K. Whltel
???n w Ha? .
27.1
44 .? I". Howe
?a .... i hu
4?i.Ha \\. ?
\\ ' Il ? ?
4..1 G K Law: .?<?
4s ... r K s .
4ti.? ? I 1. Klp
f*.. . . . F ???!?? I l: Mi-an
M. . \ N M ??:?[.
.'?:? 47". I" K Stutgl:
ta .... a i. .
Kl $4i?v .J. 1. K? .-i . han
BcsMea the boxea the "."'1 Ssats in tin? tir?t thr"
r' ws behind them have t.n engaged, th? ; i
Ji'? for the ?eaaon, while most of those In th
210
Jumen 11 Taylor.
R. K Can
?-. ?? il- ..in
1: F Carn in
.William r Smli
C. Alberl St?
ne w-JERSE r.
JERSEY CITY.
ch!c of P ?.(?? Murphy, of Jersey City, wa? yest? r
day Informed thai at Tue^day'i reglstratl n many
flr-iir wi re enrolled In the I? wer part I
the city in th.- Inter??*! ?I th? Den ?cratl candi?
date? detailed ofll ? n l? Inquire
In! . the matter and if ta- charge I? veiifl? ? -;? lal
officer? will be ?tatloned at the poll? nexl Tw
?nd ?u person? who attempt to vote on th -?
ttoua name? will I arre*t< I. It I? ill s? that th?
old Democratic rinn, which is running ,v.
<l.s|,i(,. th.- many promises ?.' form mad?
?u m m er. I i irranK??d to fl od th? 'ity wltl repeat
an fr .-n >:? ? Vork.
NEWARK
Thf registry In E??ex Count) ws? tal
terday, an.l s?,,.\vs ;l total "f 71 ?.o ri.-tm.-n. asalnsl
: . last November, when tlo- reglatry wa? ex
ceptlonallv hsi |
Albert w Tni-ti.n. \?h.. ?ah? Indicted for ?
th.- death of Little Clayton, ? young i-'ir' t.. wh im
hi- was enajag' I t.. !.. married, by giving h<-r drugs
at h. r horn... No. im Mulberry-st . pleaded non vult
In th? ? "irts \ ? st> I'l;?.. Th? crime was committed
on .Tun?- 2C Turton will be senten.I next Monday
ROBBERIES IS v/ M-.//7.S/ r.
?fOHWATMRN "HOLD PP" \ 'ITIXKN VSOTHEH
MAN FOl'ND i Ni'iiN.si-|?il s IN \ RTAHLR
Walter s Carver, .? printer, dolns bualness In
N.iss,ui-st., th.-- city, .mi living in s? ru.ti . Bloom
tl.-'. I. N .i . at- tin- victim ?>f an aaaauli an?) roh
b-ry on Tuesday night. Mr Carver waa tat? In
mashing. Bloomfleld that night. Vesterday morn?
ing h.- was found uncronsclou? In s ?tal
(ilena'ai ra . Montclalr. .lohn Hayes, a carriage
washer, found Mr. Carver Haye? aummoned Officer
Hh.vl.'s. Tla officer knew Mr Carver, and after a
little trouble revlv? l ';m. il" then ata?ed t. t.?k.
him horn.. The officer escorts Mi. Carver as far
a? th? Amrri'.in House By that time Mr. Carver
h.ul reoovitred auflkrlently to r.-aii/a what w.is the
trouble He aaked what time .t w.,s ?nd pul lu?
han.i in his pocket for ins watch. It waa k me. It
was ;t valuable gold one. fifteen dollar? In money,
a 'iiaiiion,l nn?; which waa an but Angel an i a i lb)
rniK which he hu.l in Ins jioi-k?-i wer? als. misaing.
H.- saya he knoara nothing oi what happened !<???
tween the time he alighted from the train and when
lie came to hims.-if yeaterda) morning. He thinks
h- was druggel
Patrick Hums, proprietor of tin- Antique lions.-,
Nntiev. N .'. waa "neld up" b> highwaymen late
Tuesda) nlghi while driving ironiPaMali to hi? horn?
Thre.- tn.isKe.i men suddenly appeared, and while
one graaped hti horne*? head the other? covered
Burna with guna The hor?e, however, r?-fu?ed to
i?- held. Rearing >-: ?' hi? haunchea, he aprang for
ward, knocked the man ?"\mi who held him and
dash? 1 rn,-,d!v toward Nutle) Burn? wa? Jolted oui
of th.- buggy upon the horse's back lt.- h?-ld fast
to the harne?* until within a mile of hi? h >m< 'I".
he m?-: ? party "f frienda wi, . return? l In ?
t.. u : ire the highwaymen, bul th? robben ha I lia
appeared. Burna had 11.080 In hl? p keta
Tiir.y (ami ;\ a bali.oox from Bridgeport.
in th?- drtallng rain on Tuiwiay night :? big bol?
l?os lame down sad latin- l upon the roof oi the
Uve- tory ttsmrmont-houiie No. B0t Bast Beventy
i.inth-st. In th?- I.ask. t were two young men, i.<-..
Stevens and .Mort.mer .M.Kim, or No. Ii". West
Ttiirty-ft'th-.-t. Tiny had start.-.I it, the afternoon
from near Brl.lMpi.it. COM . where they s:, ,1 they
were t.-stiiiK a ii--? n.is generator. The young m.-n
hu? i-e.;? cumpelled to throw out all Ihe laallaal to
K.-.-ji the balloon from falling Into the Kast U.\.r.
and were trying ii land on aome vacant Iot? eaai
?.f Av-ini.' a. win-ii tiu-v stiu, k against th? build
mit McKim acted a>< if h. had been ?lightly hurt
by th.- forre of the fail, but soon after went home
The balloon, win. h is .-alien the Nevada ?.
curely taatened and l?-fi upon the roof until yen.
tenlav afternoon, when It was remove.1 In an ex
pi s ? ..- .n a crowd ??f persona w?s around all
?lay lookliiK at it.
/// ill' CiUc.OF.H OF RVOAR.
Th- British steamer LoagahliM, Captain Whyt?,
arrive.l lien- aatri] restsjTday saornlnc from Boura
liai i ati'l other 1 >ut?ii Rast In.llKit |mrts with B
??ar?to of sniiai amountlnir to about 11.WS.WS pOUIMto,
OSaaatSDMd to the Trust. I.at.- |fl the often.n the
?team.-r i'Ihih-: Mercury, captain Calder, cam? in
from Paaaarvean and Cotomao with aaothn ?-argo
or suKar. weighing about 10.080,001 [..unis Bh? an
chore.i at the Hai for order? and reported having
i . v , rfl i"r,1?<Kl<> with a hiin-l'-ane on Saturday
laat. being compelled to lav to far nine hours Her
ae?K ?team pipes, bridge rails an! port llfebr?,t?
m?? **.mH, ''' an<l ?very-thing movable on deck
wa? at ashed away.
HOME y EUS.
PROMINENT ARRIVAL? AT THE HOTELS.
i , |RT 1! ' '. H ? '? : '?>? ?' ' ''?:.'?'
X8WK "K ?lajoi K M Brady.
Ml i:i: \ .' HILL Ben il - <
. '.. \ \ \ |PT( 'HI l-Counl
mai k i W ALDOHF M ?? h M M
Ii, trolt. WIN! 'Si ?;: i'r ?? i Stal - Cli -uti J
\\ |iam L r .':? ?m, of Pot I. Mi
- ?>
WHAT IS OOINfi ON T i DAT
t,. ?, w Invm ?????' ng ? ' mmltli ?-. ? ourl Hou??,
, m.
.,- on of worn? n'i ;?? ri r ilts, Acad? my ? f De
?? '
>i , , N .1 . Flre D pai tm? nt ann ?< rsary ?? l?
i ?
.\;. - linn of the :... k ? 'otnn li - n? t -
Commit t.f Bevent; meeting, New Irving 11 11,
t ; n
... ,i rtepubll -.t, riub, N... :W We t On?
?lr- d-and-thirty-fourth ?! . v p. m.
i;. ; ib .n meeting, Bev? ntj ? ghth-at. and Ani?
st. : lam- iv? . s p. ni.
XIXth Assembly IHatrl?"! Republican Orgrai sat ?
\\ eat Slxtl? th si . 8 p. m
National Christian l.ea?fue meeting, Xo. 33
?r?? .M-, ai cond-at., 8 p. m.
|.. ..,,; ,,. if meeting, Crlt? rron T?i? ????.
il) n. - p jn,
Woman Bu ff rage Society, So. i l.exlngton-av< .
V 1. ?I.
r m presentation t" Grammar School Xo K, '?
;i m.
Major-General ? >. 0 Howard before the noonda)
pray? r meeting, No 111 Pult.m -t.
Academy of Medicine, No. 21 ?Teil Forty third ?1
I i-. tn
Good Governmenl Club R, Twenty-fourth Ward!
Pnlveralty Height? k p. m
American Institute quarterly meeting, No. llf
W? m Thlrtj -- Ighth al . I p. m
v..un?,' Women'? Christian Association ronventlon,
s- rond R? formed < 'hurch.
Edward Plato? Republican Club, Xo ISfi Pltt-st.,
S ; in.
Republican mass-meeting, Wei .-": Assembly
Ho-uns, k ;>. tn.
i: ,| : : iran? I and ? -?? it? r X? w Vot '? m? ? ling N ?
: 12 u ? ?-? Flftj fi urth-sl . s p tn
XEW-YORK ?MTV
flrsl m rm m of the Voting Men's Chi
t'n on's ? .iirsi a III be preach? M -i II ivi n
R? foi m< I Churcl tn ?? - it fort
the It?? lohn <1 Faga, Inl
Amoy, China, on Sun lay evening, Xovcmber I.
Tl , i;. . i ?? !' I -, Power, of W i hlngton, D. C
Uve, b lecture entitled - Model W? i
this ev? nine al the Chur F "
'alxth-st . wesl of Elghlh-ave. This Is lh? first I. ?
the ? 'i:.i utauqu ? i ? Ion coui ?
';..-. k Moss, attorney for Dr. Parkhurat'a ai
. ve an address .it Assocl itloi Hall, T?
th ri-.-t. and Fourth-?ve.. on B nda) ifternoon al i
o'clock.
A course of twent) -flvi led i trica I <
? : ? ll I- given by Mux osterberg, .< gra lual
?-f Columbia College, In the Young Men's Chrtstlai
Association Building, Twentj tl lrd-sl and F
avi . beginning Baturda> evening il 7:10 n'clo k
Anj member of the Association holding an edu i
Ilona ft ? k-t may attend The - lucattonal tlckei
Ii - all the privlli gi - -.i the Asso lal i ? ? ? I
the pi ysli ?i d? partm? ni
Tl ?' fun? ral o? I ?r, ?: ig? n? ? 'ro? ? srho lied on
M mday last, ? as h< I 1 > est? rday al m? Flftj
ninth-st. and Madison iv? Then were no
uallstl er? but the Re? Dr. Wllllai
read the .-. rvl -e? of th? Kpl ipal t ? mi . .?? I
Judge James T, Dalley, <?'. Brooklyn, deliver? in
a! rra? Th? bodj was taken )?? Tarrytown f?>r
: n i in th. 81? epj Holloa ? 'en* t<
Th-- P...,-ir.| ..f Fire Com m I oners yesterday
awar led th? i trad : ? l ?>? t h- win I ? ? ?
partmenl underground lhal are beloa? tm?
???i-, -? i.?i.? flftj mil? - of -a lr<
Mid), t" th? Standard Cnderground Cable t t
pan) f..r $.>. ...*.:? M Ti< ? ork must, th.ntra I
provide?, I-, done in 100 dav?
A masH-meettng of Sunday-achool worker? will
t..- held In lb? Broadway Taberna ??- Ihli evening
at y o'clock :?' meet the International l> ? i
mlttee, Addresses ar. expected from Bishop \"ln
cent, the Rei Drs Potts, of Canada; Hoge, I - :
niiik' and B F, Jacobl Thl I nmlttee that
prepares the Sunday-? hool lesaoni ; ? ?? ?
ir?
A regular meeting of the Baptist So ia! I*i
. f Mai rial ta t i lai i will be held it in. Hotel
8 ivoy thli ev? ning W II im II Hon
General Wagei .-'-.? ij t.- w m : ?... guesti ol th?
union .?r, i m III up- ak on tl topi I .- ??
the Tim? - In Muni- lp ,: Affali ? Ilusliu
t 6:15 p. i n,
At the fil -,??-??. i ...... ?
Bdi red Heart In Si Patrick'? | i i Old i Un
recepi on ol lh? pi era ?
nd diplomas wll
'I his !.. Ing the g ? Ne year ol th? :.
the s< rvli ps will I , ........ -j . . ,
rat m, t.- which all ar.- invlt? I, wl i .... ?. ,
a o'clock this evei
-?? ? --
AFFA.IRS IS UROURI. 1 V
A STRANGE BILL AGAINST THE PARK I
PARI MENT.
.\ bill for J:?' foi ateam nttinga furnish I lo the
Park I lepartm? ni In the n inn of A H Mcli ??
o? Xo H? Centn ?? han?! ? ' 'ontroll.-r
Corwin Tin bill waa pr? -1. ? i t., th, i .-?. \ .
and audited on Heptembei 26, I MM n u..- then a)
tach? 1 toa warrant it t.i the Mayor f?>i him
t.- sign the warrant. Mayor fi rei iv lhal ih?
bill w '- fi r good? ' trn ih? I In Janunr] an<# orden
... |ulry In th? Park ? ;. irtmeni Tl
foi a No IR hart! ? -. steam heatei ? f< ?
l Iplng Xo i-- i i could ? ? f.ninil In I
the depai tmenl ol at.. ..:.-,
ind ?:. ? prop rlj clerk .-. i .
t.. iln 1 the h< at? ? Ittached lo the von? h? -
the nan.f George \ Bi ?wer, who wa* P ? i
Commissioner, and John Tompkins, who wa* w re
t.i i > at that tm, Th? j havi as? i red Com n
Squler that the) did nol - gn the \ ichei N i
I ?> tiled upon th? I'ontroller ???? the payment of '
the bill, and the warrani has nol t- ? n signed. It
?rill be h.-l-l until Mr M Intoah ? i some - ?
sentina him appears, and moi . i regarding
the matter.
? ??
RPMORfl OF A l'i:i"i!.''.\TI"N DENIED
Rumora of ?. defalcation In lh? t.-w-N .?.- Fowler
Manufacturing Campan) were denied yesterday i>>
in.- men principally Interested In the concern Th?
stock ->f the compan) has declined ft >m ISO t.- par,
and the directors recentlj voted lo i tue bonds t..
Ihe amount --f COO.OOO. Albert II l>-l'ar.l has r
signed ?^ president of lh? - >mpan) Hani?! K
i.-i-i?. ..?.. of th? originators of ih? rompany, and
Mr. l.-lir!'- brother-in-law, said yeaterday:
"There has i.n kid? ? ?? < In the manag?
m ii : of the compan) bul there has been no defal?
cation. A -.m.tll deficit, In? lo Ihe system --f I.k
... ph .- ? ,- be n dli ? - ?? : 'I he Issue of h
w 11 authorlzi d b? tua ?? ; in> a as I ,ln|
lir?.-'- .- business f.-r Ii- iplt.il and the hard t!-n-?
in,i 1- I- ne. bett. : i '? - i ? ? ???
w |th a i .m ? he company mal ??
?>
GATHERED AHOPT THE TOWN
Tbe :'?. i:- glmenl Arm irj - 'omml slon d? ? ; ' ;
v. aterdti ? t.. i ij (he el ilm of J7.000 made bj lh?
Wallb Iron W ork? fi - mated lal pul n ? ? nev;
I. ..' '
Margaret l'.ni- .. wh.? ha? been .-i ?er? ml for
Mis. N V. Tit.i - lia, al Xo u \ erona P. ror
several months, wai arrested yester la) on ? rharg
of stealing Jewelr) worth nearly M.OO0 from the
houae She wenl :?? her room complaining <<f n
severe headache one day laal week, and In :. short
tim-' her mlatreas hea I a wild .-?hii.-u. and has?
tened upstair? with her siHt.r. Mr p. I-' Hoyl
Th? girl told i story of ;. sneak thief, vUn-n. h?
had vainly tried to -? ? Her ?or: wai believed
until Ihe police found lhal the articles had been
pawned Ii Myrtle-ave by .-? woman Who answer??!
the description ol thi servan) When am I I
ah? confessed, and said ih? robber) had been
planned by her lover, to whom ?h., gave Ihe money
He wll be arrested. Sb? ?'.111 be .-? nl lo lall lo
await . uunlnatlon.
I >f. Talmas? ia expected to arrive b) the ?team- ,
ship Pari? to-morroa afternoon. Tbe Tabernacle
trust--?-?- will n.t him It Is hoped that he Will
r.-tnrn In time lo vi*it the i.'.th Regimen) fair In
the n>-?v armory In Hiimn.r av.-.. t., morr?n even?
ing. N? plan* bave be*n made for h i m t.i pre u h
on Sunday,
The tenant? have moved oui of the hou ? ,
Nos. M ,m.| M J.-iy-M . and No I? W itei it i
joinini,'. ;-n the bulMlngi .ir.. believed t.- i" unsafe.
The Inapcctor aenl b) the !iiiiiriif,K Departmenl
yester-l.i\- n-|i--rtH.i that th.- foun-lHti..ns wen
sunken ani th" lulMmg shaky at No. ?fi .lay-st.
The others seemed to bn in a fair condition. Th.
owner will put them In order.
Highest of all in Leavening Power^Utest U.S. Gor1. Report
W%a^ &* ? R?
ABSOLUTELY PU BE
Powaer
WESTCHESTER COI V?T.
?, OXKER*.
A. ide ?ti Vonl
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lion il ?'?-AM '
King, wtin ? the
a . a .... , ? | fl-llllV II?- ?All
hel?i f??r trial m
. . . John ?:. Login , of Yontt?! KBi'?'
Tel nei ? ? '? k. wer.? mai t ?? I ?m Tue?.la
Ing !.i ! .rit- t .'i-i . ?il the i om.? ?>l the
pan : it - Ii !' . '?': l'.nin i T? 11
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Halj f Xvat-k. wax I ' nd Mi
1....-U.. v. ill live at Xo. fit W'.'i
. . Augii?) If ? lle.1 oi . ? ? '"i". ???'?"'?
typhoid fever at hi
after ,i i i..a- 'i - .I'd wltl
father, Ignatz r'\ In tl m I '?.??!? ?: '
ni No l."? S? w Mali II? v ?
old and leave? . ? ? . ? ?
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foi a - ? n I in? ?. i ????? plan t"' ih? i. on tl
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TOLKIKi v\|i vw AHHtiH PLAN'-'
TUB ? IIK??I
itiMMITTKK I
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i'ii.mi ?? "' '! ? ,ol?dn \i n Vrb.il
N'orlh Ml- hl u Rt.llwi? rompan? . . .. i . . .
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Seven mill.Inllai Urs! ...il
pe? ' ent ' ' .i"' (told iMin.l ?. Intel
lerly, i.m . i I. . Htnl pie i ??. ..- nJI
i la- pi - i'.-i.'..,: t ! . a- n No. 1
t.. Im? paid al th? ? ?Miration ..? the lii i .piai i i
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lia ve prlVllei lo lio issu. i|
lu il? i onilnat I r mill
Ion lollai , -
?lock. f '.:'".' n ? ? i ? . haie* in
?.? '?. . ni val n- of t . i !, \,, ii.i.iii lona I
mi il tgHgi dull b. pi i.p, 11 \ o| i h,.
umpiuij. i -a i II tl ilhorl?e.l m loiini of
H ? tireferred iti? K t.. In? i.i i/lthoiii th.
? ' ' In ea.-h .-s, ,,' two-ihlrda in .ut,, m m ..: ihe
pref? t-t.-.i ?nd i ommon i In kh?l I?
Th.urttle ait! t.- api oi lion? i lo ea h lion?!
aa folio ?
The hoKlei of a 11 11 I ol the t Iran?! I i ml
Dlvlalon shall r. ? i... a ?; ???? i?,: ,| ?| th? n? ?
omiuiny and Aral mortgage i ...t-t ?.-rli ii-rufi? <???
i.. the amount ol ?: in i.. ?hall nlao t * ?
?h lea of Hi. ?a. . i,n,.| ,,,. ,. .
. ompany The hold? r o I und ..? ihe \'..i i?i
MI? tu -i.-i I m 1, Ion ?hall re.-elvi ? l.iaai i...:, < ,.- ...
i -"A rompan; ?nd first mor:?au? ;? ?? i
ertll .-. ? . ihe smoiini ol | i ~\, ,r
Iso re. elve foui ? .. ., .(,,. ,,,., ...,',. j
npital ato? h of the - t ,; an) Th?
i '?> W."" i""''1 ";' ellhei u.. Mount l'Ie??.
?H. . ? Ulla? .a rrankfort and S? utheaatern
llvlsion? shall recelv? ? B.OM tiond ... ihe ti?a
?omn.-iny nt..| two Hiar.-s of tl? ;,i tferre?! capital
,0'*-. "' the i i on . .-. Th? noidei ..- , ?i .??,
..u of th? Lake Michigan Division shall.a a
I , . . ihe new < om| an) and tli-t mortgage
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th? i '-a company, ?"he holdei of a
... i,.,- ? hall recelv.? thlr
' lh. , ? erred capital stock of the
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.., ||, -, mortgiike bond- in d< nomina
i .. hmi'lred dollar bond i ol the ?ey
III im . x< hange?! on the sam baal?
a,, thai ' . >! ? ' l-onds
Tl. a-,iz.it,-,,, , ommltt? ?? Is to be authorised
? a ? with the Metropolitan and Central
.,,,,, ?nies foi the advance of fun.is necea
,11,, . tri yli ?- ,i ., the reorganlxatlot
. ?oi '., f?x? .. i 110 for --i 'h bond deposite? .
\ ... nia.? !-? forme?! t.- purchase such se
. nmpanj .? - Il maj bt ne? es
, lo ?arry out this plan.
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AROCMKXT IX TIIK ATCHISON CASK
CLOSED.
Topekn, Kan., Del. II The arguments In the
Vi Toi?ek.i and Bnnta 1'-'- Injunction caaes
v..-. omplete.1 In ihe Cnlted States I ?l-irl.-t
Court 'in- .it'i-?riio.-n. General Benjamin F. Trac)
? for the plalntlfl Jud?e Foster promlaed
in ri'i ? ? Ii i.-ii nexi Monda? morning. It)
i.:,...i the stockholders' meeting, which is to
m ... ? , ? , morrow mon Ing, will adjourn until
\l.:., :, . ? -? which lime ,in election of dlrec
1>I lake pin . .?',??'. i' ?? i- lalon Is In
If the co tri nu.I- ror
? will I- postponed pen?!
,,,,: n f the case to th? Fed? ral Co irt ol
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
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Sec lh? '? ' numhfi ,.t
The Ladies1
Home Journal
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BiilN.?JDElBERL&|
WHOLESALE CLOTHIERS.
Special
THIS WEEK.
BELGIAN WORSTED SUITS,
$ 18, $20, $25.
< \ltlt \M> UltooKS
?MELTON AND KERSEY
c-iil. I.In.-ill
OVERCOATS,
$30.
t;r.MM\\i\ \m? whom no
Chinchilla, Kersey, and Melton
OVERCOATS,
$18.
IMPORTED ISO DOMESTIC
CHEVIOT SUITS,
Mark, Him-, ?.nn. limit n, ami Oxford.
$10, $12, $15, $18.
OLD HERALD BUILDING,
ft It t a \l}\\ \~> \MI W\-*iT.
STEWART BUILDIN?,
IIIKIMIW \ I \M1 ? If\ M It 11 IIs ??'? .
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"Montezuma's
Daughters
may ju tly be proud tit it
llccraft, with
back in tr ulition, is
nkcd with thai ol thi
Me :: teval ! - e makers. V\ ??
art- now lying somt ni
? , bi st examples of their
.' rk ? hi? ii have ever ? ome
' -'"'??' ?'' ' ""?"- ?nto our hands, to which we
ttcnl n of all interested in fine
U, w .rk. I he c? ille? : on im !-; lw te '?
: bureau s "-.
i. pin cus : r< -. an I : ie? ?>^ for
various other uses, ? - some
. . itu of th? - . for wedding or h ?li
day . Its -.v find in these :a>t what they
de?ire.
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James McCutcheon & Co.,
THE LINEN STORE,
14 West ild St.
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Tlio cuff.
Itonrv A Pnnlt-I?. M. D..
?m w BUT B0TH-8T.
Dta????* i.f hr N?ra tua Byatrm Oanlttt-tTrlnarf 0*>
(uni Imp ti-a i an.l Btrrlllt) il. ma ?Ml S to &
Damp weather remind* us to ?apeak
ofoorksoled shoes, and thai recall? a
rece?? incident,
A customer kiutlh iioiilicil us th.it
:i pail' ??T <?'i ksuli-il slnn-> bought of us
l.isi winter, ?eut i?? n cobbler to lia If?
solt?. were Raid to have no cork, but
only "punk" under the leather Hole.
The cohbler'H " punk " wan a bit of
anti-squeak I'fliiu? ; the layer of cork
van under the next sole.
There are shoos with imitation cork
sob's. Inn ours ?re ?t different kind?
the very best?although we sell them !
?it $7 a pair.
ROOEifS, im:kt & CO.
THIIKK ll'iiVaa.
BBOADWAT >W?ra*ML
HT >HES. )32JBL
O'NEILL'S
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St.
DRESS GOODS,
EXTRAORDINARY VALUES
ALL Wool. FANCY CHEVIOQ
and TWKBDS, 50 inches wide,
29
c.
yd..
WotlTH TBa,
ALL WOOL MIXKD SUITINQ^
."?1 inches ni'l?*.
39C- yd..
WORTH l.m
?IMPORTED WOOL and M<)1I.\IR
.TACQUARP SUITINGS, small de.
sinus, all colors, .
49C- yd.,
w "it in ?ia.
6th Av., 20th to 21st St.
Established IH4?.
G/w/MO/v//<y(S
llrn:i<1 ivnr. Cor. 3l??i *t.
Third ?v? . Ctnr. I?M St..
.v-w V ,rk
Four Bn vi?l>n Mora?.
In tli?"?' days of bombastic and ml?
leading advertising it maj be na wsl
t.? remember that the Clothier who
doe* tlir most sputtering and splash?
mt: is tin* one who i^ ??/,; the ntntp,n
The intelligent New York public can
lio relied up ?n to sift tbe chati from the
wheat, however, and we shall continue
(i> do our advertising and our boslnsM
on th?? good, old-fashioned plan of
offering a dollar's worth for a <l??iiar.
our Kail Overcoats i--5!"? to W)
possess an excellence ?>t make andn
up-to-dateness <>t' style not often ion nil
in the ordinarv readv-inade.
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Sept 5. I copi?
" 12, - 1
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? 26, -
Total for-tweelcs, r ) ?
Av'age per werk. "
Tins CIRO i.iTinN is ENTIRELY AMONO FAB-l*
i:ks AMI- \ ii.i.a;i;i.s am. COVERS THE kJ.?.-?:r:.vS..
Mi; OLE an;. M/Ek'rEKN STATER
ADATCRTIRIKO RATE! :.>'??' POR ESTtKATSi AO?
DBESS '-.UK TRIBUNE." NEW-YORK.
: ei imm m
ANE
?OIE TM ?J3
WITH THB
II / - " I ?MB
RI I'KINTKI? UT
TTC-aiI TM?
Cm (PffioooflDDoOttU F?q?odOi
?0? (?BERnT? A ?tDiP???
TIIOROUOHI.Y REVISED ANO ACCURATE. COPT
RI1HTBD Bt THE TRIBUNE MENT, POSTAS!
l'Ait'. TO AN? PAR? O?- THE LU? MUY UN BS"
CEiPT OP PRICR
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Sealskin
Coats, Jackets
Of unusual quality.
The "Pup" Seals
commencing as low
as $225.
C. G. Guntlier's Sons
Il HlilMKK.
184 Fifth Avenue. New York.
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