KIPJ :X' . teEWOKLPt DNESPXYEENIgrQ, DECEMBER 21, 1897: , f"
p. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORROW. TO-MORRfW. TO-MORROW.
I , A. H. KING & CO., (
I 627 AND 629 BROADWAY,
i ' LEADING AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, f
Bt XJ KT I T 353S 13 "W IT3EI
I A Syndicate of American Manufacturers
I, -A.3XTI3 DS J&.0 3ES. 3E3 13 33 "'ST (
I THREE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND
I AMERICAN DOLLARS,
W WILL POSITIVELY SACRIFICE, WITHOUT RESERVE,
I TO-MORROW. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL 10 P. M.,
Hf Tlieir entire magnificent stock of Clothing including a Special Consignment of $100,000 worth of goods from the great " WHOLES AlLE CLOTHIERS'
m' SYNDICATE," consisting of superfine Tailor Made Suits and Overcoats, cut in the latest ' Broadway " style and made from superb imported suitings ,
H and overcoatings to sell at $30.00, $40.00 and $50.00. To-morrow every garment in the establishment will positively be sold at
m- FIFTEEN DOLLARS. FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
B: I THE FINANCIAL STANDING, COMMERCIAL CREDIT and READ I HIS COARAN1EEm THE REPUTATION OF A. H. KING & CO. FOR ALWAYS ful-
I BDSINESSS REPUTATION of A. H. KING & CO.. the LEADING m mma-m m hbbw gmMrm .- m mm m ....,. , , M. .. .u ,
If- I CLOTHIERS. ARE REPORTED BY ALL COMMERCIAL AGENCIES We ffuarantee, and stake oar business reputation on the absolute and literal nlllng their advertisements is flrmly established in the minds
Hi:-' I to be TEN TIMES GREATER and MORE EXTENSIVE than those truth of every word contained in tills advertisement. We also guarantee that of the public by their dealings in the past and is UNCHAL-
M j Sifg Se8 n!w y!? Wh M "k " Tun0aS5'i "' " """"" fr0m the !CHCral LENGED EXCEPT BY IRRESPONSIBLE RIVAL CONCERNS.
I TO THE PUBLIC.
STSTJES XESSIt-JES TO STATE,
Hf' In Justice to the Manufacturers who are at present associated with US in the great "WHOLESALE SYNDICATE'
Bf. That They arc the Four Loading Concerns of America.
Rjk That they do not make the class of goods sold by. Bowery dealers.
Ht That they do not sell to Bowery dealers nor desire their patronage.
Kp.' That there is no concern on the Bowery to whom these Manufacturers would extend credit sufficient to enable them to handle the IMMENSE STOCK now displayed on Messrs. A. H. KING & CO.'S
Hr ' That some Bowery concerns who advertise to " manufacture their own goods " WE KNOW have purchased quantities of REFUSE STOCK during the past few days, which WE WOULD NOT PERMIT
'" UNDER OUR ROOF, merely to hobble along in our footsteps and feebly imitate our GREAT SACRIFICE SALE.
Hi The Goods we sell To-morrow will establish our reputation forever We defy our competitors to Equal them I
i . A. H. KING & CO.. LEADING AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, 827 & 829 BROADWAY.
HI PAID TO HAVE STOLEN A DRESS BU1T.
PjV, A Toting Woman from John II. Htnrln'a
Vnu Ofllce Held on a Charge of Larceny.
Vji Miss Elsio Wild, who seemed bright and
$3r Well educated and was fairly well dressed,
Ki) vras a prisoner at the Jefferson Market Police
Hk&? Court this morning ou a chargo of errand
Kje larceny. Over her dress sho woro n rubber
Ku, cloak and she carried a canvas satchel in hor
K hand. She took her arrest coolly and do.
k clined to say anything either for or against
K' herself, only makiug tho request that her
W'r name be not printed, as " her relative!, would
L" be disgraced " if it waB.
Kg- Bho occupied a furnished room at CM
Rg , Eighth avenue, and supported herself as a
K bookkeeper in the stock department of John
Kk H. Starin's Transportation Company's ofllce.
V; Julius Shilling, a lodger in tho same house,
n charged that on Doc. 20 ho missed a dress suit
Kfi and a quantity of undorclothiug from his
room. On searching Miss Wild's room part
Hti of the underwear was found in her vvimlrobo
Bjj and another port in a bureau.
K& Bho was taxed with taking tho goods by
Kv Detective Evanhou and she produced tlm
Ha pawn.tickets for tho dress Buit. Bho dmied
Bv that she stole tho property.
MgC Sho showed tho following letter:
KS Mr Dkau Bib: The bearer, Mlis Wild, I havo
mi-. employed as a bookkeeper for stocl-room and to
K Bake herself useful whenever she can. 1 am ss-
k Cured by bcr many friends here that sho Is strictly
Kv. relUDlo and competent. Truly yours,
KA, JOIIN II. HTX1IIN.
Hjki She declined to enter into any statement,
H. but said she had done considerable literary
Rli work. Justice l'attersou held her for trial m
&f $1,000 bail.
M Mr. John II. Starin (.aid to a Wanui rn.
? porter that Miss or Mrs. Wild was recently
Vjs employed as bookkeeper at tho ofllce of tho
Htjuf Htarin Bilk Fabric Company, I'tiltomille,
HH-J& She was recommended by on employment
VEfk, agency and it was represented to turn that
MRV ahe was the widow of a highly rcNjcctablo
Mbr How York physician and tho daughter of
Jabez Wild, a largo silk manufacturer of
J$4', Birmingham, England,
SL She got tired of the silk factory in about
HBra three weeks and went to stop at tho Grand
UKs$ Union Hotel, in this city.
Hm& On Deo. 0 she wrote to Mr. Htarin, making
EK valuable suggestions as to improved methods
EM,'. of silk manufacture. Sho then said sho had
Hp obtniued a lucrative situation in Englowood,
MMf-' A MKW UNIFORM FOB TUB 8EVENTIL
IMbSF Col. Leland Introduce. Hoincllilng ibal In.
WwS lere.t. the member., at Jtlnzcttt'ii.
JKmP The member, of Ue Beventh iteglment Veteran
KtK AuocUtlon, wbo are bn.y tn gettlDg up tbo new
Igl'K? armed reserve corps, met lait evening at Mazettl's
EJ!. and pat tbe body on a working basis. Leonard F.
IWr Deekwltb made a complaliant chairman and
fc'A! viewed tbe proipects of tbo eorpB tbrougb
KSk' rose-colarcd gluies. CoL Leland, who
KlSk vru ,uo 6eai' ol commtttee on a new
1EM; untlorm Drcicutedbl.repoit In the form of an ob.
OCi.' itct luson. Member Whltlock stepped forward
afVJs with fall nnllorm, as It Is to be. It u a pccultirlr
Has? nolet earn. Tba close-ailing blonse Is of dark
K. Uae, witb fly front and braid. Not a button u
a." . vlstble. and on tbe collar points tbe monogram,
JfR -' 7. II. V. li., Ii worked la script Utters m oxidized
!' allver. There la fatlaue cap In citric
KfL Mw While the tromers are of lighter
tHL' blue. witb u broad dark band with
Cyisit black piping. Tbe belt Is felt-covered and tbe car.
',' trtdsa-boz a well, though It Is likely tbat with, the
Wl' ,BiHwioo of a magazine rifle, as U propoted, a
K canrMge-belt may bo taken. ' Tbe afdearm u a
K i swotd bayonet In a steel scabbard.
H Tbe Bnforn drew fsvorable ertttelim at once,
d i. a , and s(tr ike meeting bad acted as a whole on a
$ A ' tmui Mtfitlaft tascuoa m BftUew. waica i
to be supplied at $33.50 each, was unanimously
The cholco of offlcers was next proccedod with,
and Joseph Lentllbon as Captain aud V. A. Sclier
merhorn as First Uentenant nero cnosen unan
imously. '1 he Becond Lieutenancy was lelt upeo.
It was suggested tbat a Dumber of the Lorps
members provide themselves with uniforms and
attend the meeting of Ihe entire aisoclalion on tbe
second Monday In January, when tbe quoitlou of
setting aside the old-lashioneJ Cbanuau and Field
Marshal outnt of tbo old-tlmo uniformed battal
ion will come up for discussion.
MURDERER QREEXWALD'S COANCES.
III. Lniryer Kxprct. to Have tbo Itefnult
Opened No I'lot Ul.coverud.
John (Ircenwald, the burglar wbo waa convicted
of Ihe murder of Lymuu S. Weeks, of Dellalb
aeuue, Brooklyn, on the night of March 13, has
abandoned all hope of either a commutation of
senteuco or a new trial. Tbe conviction waa
afflrmed yesterday by tbe Court of Appeals.
District-Attorney ltldgway says that Lawyer
Kinsley, Clrccnwald's counsel, showed tho greatest
dbsrespect for him and for the Court when bo failed
ti appear to argue tbo appeal; but despite tbat, be
docs not wish to tukc adantage of a default and
send the prisoner to tbo gallows. He bos nut usked
fur tho appointment of n day for execution, being
wlillnuto glvo tliedefendint every opportunity.
In hit own defense l-uwyer Klmley iu.t thai the
District-Attorney pluyeil n snap game." Tbat
Is, he gave notice of an argument, but Ignored the
customary conrteiy of a meeting to Kettle it d iy
for tbe hcanntr.
lie has telegraphed to the Clerk-of the Court of
AtpeaiK,aud Will go to Alb my either thlaafurnoun
orto-murruM. Ho says that the iltfauli will bo re
opcued una that a now trl.il will begruntul.
A story v. us circulated lust ulgnt to thu effect
tbut cUdenuH were found In tlreenwald's cell, in
Kajinoud Mreil, lull, mat the prisoner had been
contemplating amurderoa't ntsuult. From hU re
murka It was judged that tnc District-Attorney n
tu be Ihe Millm, uiul thu time, wbun tbe nun met
Kcipor SheUln of the Jail says there Is no found
ation lor the story whaieicr. Although tlreen
wald's cell was searched It was done as u matter of
course, and not on account of any susidclon.
District-Attorney Kidgnur had lieard nothing of
the story, but says that If (ireeuwuld ctit made a
hoatlle mo emeni he would shoot him on the spot,
even If they were In the court-room.
01r. Ituaaell. Aliened Aaaallnut Arrested.
S1 1 IiL TO Tilt WOULD. 1
Maklbouo, Muss., Dec 31. a yontig man
named Henry llatson wits arrested iy Detective
Hayter In Northboro this morning, upon suspicion
of being Mrs. Walter Itusnell's assailant. liaison
Is a dissolute young fellow, and hss been In nu
merous scrape. For the oust year be bus worked
as hostler lor different parties. The last six ct ks
be bs been dolnj nothing but keeping up a rcWv
lug state of dev iment, lncliiulug ulp-pocket liquor
trsrno and larceny of small w ares. Ills dcscrlpilon
tallies In part with that uhen by .Mrs. Kussill.
Ilutsou will be taken to the Hush lis' to see It the
assaulted woman can Identify Mm.
Another Trial for Hint. Kobluson.
Iipicui, 10 Tnc wonui.
Boston, Dec 81. Lawyers!). F. trano and J.
U. Goodrich, counsel for Mrs. Barnh J, ltoblnson,
thu alleged Bomervlllo poisoner, met Attorney
Ueneral Waterman at the latter's orllce yesicrda),
and tie Atlotuey-denerul at that time elected to
try Mrs. ltoblnson upon tbe indictment charging
her with causing the death other brother-ln-lavt,
1'rlnce Arthur Freeman, by poison, In July, 1m.i,
The government wishes the trial upon tula Indict
ment to lake place In April, but Mrs. Itoliiu.ou's
attorneys wish tbe trial to lie bad at trie earliest
possible date, and to thai end will bavo a consults
Hon with Chief Justice Morton, of tbe Uupreme
I'lreineu to Have n lilow Out.
Tbe Veteran Fireman's Association will hold Its
annual "blow out "at tbe rooms of tbe associa
tion tu East Tenth street on New Year's live,
Miulo and good cacer will be tbe eider,
INN00ENT-L00K1NO, BUT DESPERATE.
A niiiu Suspected of Murder Held for Trial
on u Cliarsro of Kobbvry.
An innocent-appearing youth of nineteen
years, who (.aid ho was Dnnlol Smyth, but
whoso real uamo is Tinsuimi, was arrnigned
at thu Jefferson Market l'olico Court this
morning for robbery.
On tho morning of Deo. 13 ho follow od M.
J. Henly into tho hallway of 39 Third avenuo,
caught liim by tho throat, pushed hint to tho
floor and Molo u gold watch and chain.
Healy held on to tho robber's hat, aud with
it called upon Inspector llyrnos. Tho In
spector gnvo tho lint to Uetoctho. Sergeants
McCttrthy and Sheridan and told thorn to get
This old hat wns mado a study. Tho card
of an enst.sldo liquor saloon was found in
sido nnd this man was arrestod.
Lust spring this inuocent-lookiug young
man was implicated in tho murder of a mini
at Twcuty.flrst street and Avenue A. Ho fled
to New Jersey, and while in that State servod
a term of three mouths for smashing a plato.
While in prison his companions lllglau and
Hayes, were tried for murder, and aro now
n'rWng tcrnih of ten years. Hoth theso men
insisted that Tinmimii did tho shooting.
Tinsmaii bits iiIm) been locked up for ptck
ing pockets. Onco ho was arrested for fctnb
biug a mnu liitmed Quiulnu, who shot him
through tho hand. Ho and Quinlan were
imprisoned in tho Tombs for three months
on counter charges, when each withdrew his
This morning Tinsinnn was hold for rob
bing Health .
CRUSHED TO DEATH.
Another Nnuie Added to the List of Victims
at tbn Aqueduct.
Another uamo was added to tho already too
Ioult list of victims iif tho Aiiueiltint Hliitft lnut
Uotweon midnight and 1 a. m. David Oro
nin, who was nineteen years of age uiul em
ployed as n laborer, was caught between a
car loaded with muck aud tho wall of shaft
15, at Ono Hundred and Seventy-eighth
street aud Harlem Hivor. Ho was crushed to
" His body was removed to his homo near
by and tho Coroner notified " wits tho stereo,
tjpu ending of tho police report of this case
us it has been of ninny another.
Colored .Men t lin Oppose Mr. I.auiur.
ISftCUL TO TUK WOHIJ).)
Boston, Muss., Hoc 31. The National League of
Colored Men, at a meeting held lu the Charles
Street Church, adoptid the following resulutlons
opposing the continuation of ticcreury Limuras
a JudgD of tbe btipicine Court of tbe Unite. 1 btsles:
HA,r.af( Hit tbn optnltin of tb National l.eausthit
no man, who, b) hU pulilio uttsrsnoos and lit conduct
both In pubhoand In prirato tlf basibowti lilniMlt to
be prejudiced ssalnit tbe equal rights ot more thill
mv.ii million, of Aiu.rican citlten. brctuto ot their
oolor, and In spite of their loyalty to the Union, tnd who,
many years alter the war, refused to votetltst tbe llnr
tftmitu. Fourteenth and l-itleenth Amendments to the
Cun.tltotlon are valid and binding, ou.tll tn holtl the
high erne of Juttloeof tbo Uupr.ue Court of the United
if.iufp.d, Tbat U O U. Lamar onabt not to have boen
appointed Justice of the tald coutt, and tbe Natlcaal
I.gue praya that tbe alasaaebutetta henaUtra vote
asatnit blm and utert themaalTe. to prevent hit contlr
This resolution baa been forwarded to Senators
Hoar and Dawes.
Lincoln, Neb. Deo. SO. Oov. Thtyer to-day
sent tbe following letter to Messrs. l'uddock and
Manderson, the Nebraska members of tee United
DztuBiost Ass cltlien of the United Rtatea and as a
Republican, 1 roapeeitnllr hot rural earo.atlr protest
aatinfet th. onntlrmttton of I Q. O. Lamar sa Juatloe
ettBttlapraauUviutof tb UWrsd btalaa. U waa a
bold and defiant advocate of the dltaolntlon of tbe Union
In lttudandltiOI. He waa at heart and lu principle Just
aa inuoh a traitor aa Jeff Davla Me baa never recanted
hta tretftontblo aentilnenta A man with aucb a record
enould never be pieced upon the bench ot the Hiipremn
Court of tb United Ktitu. by the votes of llepulilkan
benatura. He la nut a ftt person to Interpret thu Lonatl.
lutiou of tbe United blatea. Very truly your.
John M. Tuaviii.
BYRNES GETS THE FULL PENALTY.
Hrnt to Irl.on for Twenty Venrn for Kllllnsr
Joseph llyrnos, who was convicted of man
slaughter in tho first dogrco on Monday
morning, for tho killing of Thomas Whclun,
was litmight up for feoutenco in Part II. of
tho Court of General Sessions this morning.
His counsel moved for a new trial ou tho
ground Unit the verdict was against tho
weight of eldonco. Judge Cow nig denied
tho motion, nnd said that his opinion of tho
guilt of tUt defendant wns babed upon the
ovidenco of Hymen hlniBolf, and ho had no
doubt that tho jury woro also influenced to
their ordict by tho same evidence.
Ho had onco seutcuood tho prisoner to
se ou yours anil six months' imprisonment
for burglary in tho rlrht degree. liytues hud
also Ncreil another term of five nionthb at
thopi'iiiteiitiary for petit larceny. Ho was
entitled to no clemency other than as
nfforded by tho Commutation act, and ho
as given tho minimum punishment, twenty
Jem Carney "Nest Khb "88,300.
I IP) nil, to thk wnitLn.1
Hoston, Dec, ill. Jem Carnoy wus one of the
happiest men In Huston yesterday over the unpru
leueuleilkuceiss of Ills .Monday night benefit lit
Mulo Hull. Said he: " Vlty, the success of the
thing not otilt oAccedcd my most sanguine expec
tations, but I actually did not believe It real. 1 In
tend to do all In my poworto reciprocate." Carney
wl.l be about $.',wki bitter oft from hU testimonial
after nil expi-nses are paliL Tils, with tue tsoo
which be received from Ihe Now tork ltacquet
Club, will glv o blm nitlto ' a nest egg. "
TELEGRAPHIC iEVS IN BRIEF.
Flvoboud robbers and Inaendlarles In jail at
TompklutMlic, Ky. , wore titkenout byamublast
night and lynched.
l'rc.ldeui ou der Ahe, of the St. Louis Drowns,
and Ins vvlie, will sail for Europe to-tuorrow ou u
three months' pleasure tour.
"Ittss'iM that Mine. I'attl contempt ttca Belling
bcr Welsh castle. Craig-j-Nos, because of a runut
rubbery that took lace tuere.
The life senteuco of Dan Dohcrty, who reconlly
killed Col, ur hum In Lomiou, liui been commuicd
to twenty years' Imprisonment.
The wall of a new tire-story building at Jollet,
111., fell ye.tcrday atiernoon, Instantly killing two
workmen and Injuring five more.
'Ihe Prince ot Wales and bis Fet are furious over
the imbllcltr vlven to the visit which lie recently
paid to smiilvun's boxing exhibition.
Ilielonnof Vi ft ping Water, Neb., was almost
entlrulv destroyed by lire yesterday. Heavy vvli.ds
prevallei uml tverytlung within rciu-n of the
numea was burned.
The bill to pi tec the namo of Mrs. John A. Logan
on ttio tiuiHt n-roll at the rstoof K.cXOn tear was
yesterday reiorwd from thoticuate Coiuiultieu snd
ptaord ou the calendar.
Capt. Amos McC'ullnugb, employed ua engineer
at Ibc Dclawiiro aud 1. ackavvai.il' Canal locks In
Jlordenlown, N, J., died last night of paralysis.
lie wui nfty.nluc years old.
The wages of the employee t of tbe Lackawanna
Iron and Coal Company and tbe bcr-m on Hterl
Company will be reduced 10 per cent, on Jan. 2.
About throe thousand workmen will tie ulTccled.
Jones and Decker wrestled a nnllar-and-elbow
match ut Windsor, Vt,, last night, fur the cham
pionship of the Mule. After struggling three hours
neither bad obtained a fall and the match was de
clared a draw,
Tho Hherlll and two deputies of Norman County,
Minn., wulla attempting to arrest tbe llobnailel
family yesterday, were set upon by tbe husband,
wtle aud four som and severely beaten. One of
tbe deputies win dla and there aro but slight
chances 01 tbo recoytrj of tus otber.
WAS HE CHARLEB E. BDRCH?
The Ilody or a .linn Found In a New England
I'lont-llox lit Newburg.
nrrciiL to Tin: wonr.o.t
NEvnuno, Dec. 21. This morning, work
men in opening tho New England Itailroad
lloat-box that arrived here from Jersoy City
at noon yesterday, found tho body of a mnu
therein who had evidently been dead several
Prom appearance, it is thought ho had been
-olking over tho hatchway vhen it gave way
Ho va a book agent, nnd had numorous
letters and papers addressed to Charles E.
linrcli, 02S Wtlloughby aeuue, llrooklyn.
His Fumplo.books and order-sheets vore
found neur him. His last order for " lied
tutlt's History of tho World" vas taken on
Dec. 10 nt Htnton Island.
Ho vns vell dressed in n check suit aud
dark oercont. Some money was in his
pocket as well as a gold watch -which lmd
j stopped at exactly 12 o clock. He was appar
ently a man of fifty years of ago. His front
teeth were all lllled with gold. On his coat
ho voro n Grand Army button.
Tim Thlcr Knew V!ml III) Vn. About.
Camlllo Ouerlu, an Importer of French leather,
locked tho duor of bit olllca latt Baturday,
nnd, taking uiittchel fnll of aamplet, s'nrted out to
call on his city customers. When he rotnrned to
liia place of business he found tho door open and
f.VJO worth of stock gone. 'Iho thief mint have
been familiar with mo sitrronndlngs, as ho unlocked
Ilia door with a key of hit own and removed the
goo 'a without the knowledge of the other tctittits
iu the bulidlug. nlr. Uucrln offers a reward ot i&u
for tho reiovcry of the goods.
Will keep their establishment
32 to 36 West 23d Street.
23 to 35 West 22d Street.
1NTEKKST ANI DIVIDKND NOTICKS
TSTOTICK IS IlKIIKDY IlIVKN THAT A IILNKKAI.
li mevlliiK nl tho .torkhnldera i.teVlif HlVhH AND
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held at tho c tile. t.f said Company, No. 45 Hrttadway, In
ihe Oily and Ktateof New Vurk. on the MX I II DAY
of JANUAIIV. ISHrt, st 1 o'clock i'. M.. for the trans
action ft any business that may tome beforu the
r. n. witituir,
M. It l'HKLl'M.'
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V teeth with perfectly pure reab 1 A. Without iiaa.
25c. Klecaut gold itlllnn moat beautifully flnlihed frntn
fJl.PO up. t'laatlo Ulllnia from 60o. up, Ueautlfullr
flniabtd seta S3. Stf, 10. th. very beat from J0 up.
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ruaoe, , aueeeuara to N, Y, Dental Co., 1103 6tb aye,, Vi
duurllvwIiUist.,epp,Uaey,B, ir'rf tell, Bundays,!,
One bottle warranted to cure
any Cough or Cold, or your
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If taken n oon at ynu feel that irritation or dryness of
the throat twcauifinen by a ooldfcir to x dnneu(f eurt,
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AT IJCAbT MAKK THE TRIAL.
Price per bottle, containing a half pint (enough to cure
oiifht pMplu If taken In time),
INSIST ON HAVING
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by almost all dualura tbroUKhout iha Uolted titataf .
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Theee fainuua laatrumauta contain patented imprure.
meula not fuuudlu uttier pianos, and which make them
suiwrlor In tone and durability to any other make, lio
lore deciding what piano to buy, oallat Nu. A hast Vour
tevnlti street and see and bear them. Tu. pricea ar.loiv
fur cash ur on small muutuly payments.
A yMllKnOKonAND.prlBhT7n7iqnar. pianos
t .?,oar n,k,l ,.l'lt,lrT u"1',. ""', aaaod si new.
and fully warranted, will be aold at a lllxiral reduoUoa
(rom regular pfloea planoa to rest. Wis, tCuab. a Otk.
nj4lUar..aboTe ltthau "-. .wusu. a v.
UK OPKirU.PUNO. th. moaipormUfwdth,
flntjotB.jnark.t, only (1Q monjh&nntirpaldt
on. onartars nuslo leaeons fresi lent ooli 5i sendfat
HBRSHKIND & CO.
. .,3K AND 308 UltOAOWAY.
Cor. Walker Ht., New York.
OPKN BATUltUAY NIOHTS UNTIL 0 O'OLOOK.
FOll Til" i HOLIDAYS. FINHST QUAUTY TJEU.
UYS, 83. bILK HATS. So AND 3(1. A B A VINO
OF J1.6U TO 42 ON BROADWAY PKI0B8. FULL
LINE OF BILK UMBIIKLLA8. 109 AND 111 PAUK
ROW, CORNHR CHAMBERS 6TREKT.
THE IMPORTANT FACT THAT I AM BELUHCI ,
East New York,
Bath Beach Junction,
Woodside Heights, '
$150 AND UPWARD,
Payable $10 Monthly,
10 PBIt CUNT. IIIHCOUNT WOUCAaU.
On such torin. and price, who will not
BliCUUE A llO.llE
INDEPENDENT ov I.ANDLOUDSt
THAT MY TITLES AIlll INHUKBD DY
TUIi TITLE OUAUANTlili AND TUUMTOO
CAPITAL 8800,000. ,
At East Now YorU, on tbo RnpelJ. nnd i
Ilrsniinn Pnrin., my agitiit. live on tlio prop
vrtle., nml can alwar. be loaud nt my branch
aiilcve, rorner Liberty itud itlontank ...
mid corner Ilrondway nud Bennett tvre., to
bow tbe loth At Hath Deach Junction and ,
Wood. Ida lUl.lit. my nuanta are on band i
every afternoon to .bow tbe around. Map. .
and free pa.ee. to Hath Ueacb Junction at !
uy olllce., UO Liberty at.. New York, and UU3
HVSTTBB YOU WILL HATE .1IONKY,
MrCRntiMAW9 Time, 1'aln, Troubla
WM Ely's Cream Balm. I
Clldrcfl Apply balm into eaah nostril. a
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