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H , fctfE WORM): MONDAY EVENING, MAIMM 4, 4669,
H" JfolHo Matthows Trios to Sill Her
WHm' Gray-Haired Fatbor,
Hf; 'I Blow with a Stone Pitcher Which
Elf May Prove Fatal.
B The Old Sinn Ciimo to Reclaim Her,
Bft Wiicu Sho Cursed and Struck Him.
Bjf Qray-halrod James Matthews, of 110 West
HS One Hundred and Twenty-fonrth street, lies In
PHjfi fit. Vincent's Hospital snfferlns from ponlblr
Kg fatal Injuries which ho rooolTod at tho hands of
MEx his daughter. Nellie Matthews, early this morn
RJK ins at 8 R Sleocltor street.
HRk rolifiinan Caddell. of the Mercer street
Bir tqnad, heard that tlicro had been a row In the
HKjjj lioueo abont 4 o'clock, and when he arrlrod
B there ho found the old man lying unconscious
Mjf- on the floor of the room ooounied by bis cHugh-
f' ter on tho fourth floor.
HKf' She had struck him sereral thaas on the baok
BfV , of the head with a heavy stone water pltoher,
Hj;." '- which lay in fragments on the floor. Bhe was
HSJf arrested at onos by the ofBocr, and an ambu-
BmI lance was summoned to taka bar father to the
H hospital. It was said by the ham surgeon at
He? noon that his eondltlon was very precarious.
Hj& Matthows Is a blacksmith and a roapectablo
B' man, and lives In Harlem with bis wife and
R another daughter. About two yearn ago, Nellie,
KjK who Is twontyfour, but looks scarcely bigger
Bum than a girl of twelve, ran away from home and
K-t has since been leading a dissolute life
H- Hlneo sho has been an Inmate of 28 Illecokor
EC- street, her father, who bad found ont where she
Waff), was, had visited her several times and at.
nf- tempted to pcrsnado her to glvo up her dissolnto
EL life All those Interviews, however, resulted In
PS n row, and the old man went away, followod by
WMfF the curses of his daughter,
Wm i Last night he made another attempt to net her
War,, away from her evil associates, and when at
let- length sho rcrnxed to yield to his ontreatles ho
Bf lostcotitrnlof himself completely and denounced
Kps her In violent language.
Pl& This angered tho daughter so that as ho turned
mfSK (! HP ahe sclzod the pitcher anil broke it over
ili his head. Maggie Btratton. who Is detained as
WKm r a witness, heard tho scufflo and the fall of
Br Mathews on tho stairway landing, and heard
Br Nellie exclaim :
Xt. "For Uod's sake, somebody run for a doctor I
HWt I've done up the old man I"
SE' Whon arraigned in JoiTcrsqn Market this
Ki Morning tho young woman did not show the
E& slightest reniorso for what slio had done, and
HH from her appearance was about ss tough as they
). make 'cm. bhe was remanded by Justice a'af-
Wmfo terson to await tho result of hor father In
HtV HBED TO SCARE LYNCH.
H9& Policeman Adams Explains Ilia Hbota on
BET Nlxth Avenue.
W Edward Lynch1, n rather tough-looking young
IB man, was arralgnod in Jefferson Markot Court
UW& this morning, charged with assaulting Thomas
WFJi: Donovan, a driver cmploycdCon tho green Cross
Btf town lino.
He While Donovan's car was passim: Thlrty-soo-
BSg1 ond street on Broadway last evening, Lynch
Hjji; and a companion hoarded tho car, and tho next
KEb Instant Policeman Adams, of tho West Thlrttetli
KSf street station, heard cries for help and saw tho
WSSL ' men struggling with tho driver.
KgE I Th,e policeman ran to the driver's asalstanoe,
j , Mhen Lynch and his companion loft tho car and
WtK i ran up Broadway to Thirty third street. Adams
Eiw i kept Lynch In sight and fired two shots in the
WCSh air, as he says, to tntimldato Lynch.
K The shots attracted tho attention of Beret.
HwTi IUlelgh, who, in citlzon's dress, was Just loav-
Mfc lug a physician's house.
HK Tho sergeant drew his revolver and held
Bftf Lynch until tho arrival of another policeman,
firasr and tho prisoner was taken to tho Thirtieth
Wjjm ' etreot station, whore ho gave his residenco as
Walk. "U3 Wc,t Eleventh street.
Bffif In court Lynch said ho was drunk when ho
f boarded the car, and accidently brushed against
XL Donovan, who said something to him, " where
flfc upon he struck the drivor In tho face,
yR. Ho denied that he had any companion with
Kneh him, and Jndge l'atterson committed him for
X farther examination.
BaVlti1 m a
Mtib BASIS MAUTINOT AN INVALID.
Hffft A Cold, with Dnngeroua Complications
HflFr' Vostponcs Her Trip to the Dosamss,
fle Miss tiadle Martlnot has, all unknown to the
mKt public, been dangerously ill for some days past,
BlK, and is still confined to her room. Bhe refused
BJQC to be relegated to the sick list.
H2 Badle and her mother attonded the matinee at
BKf I'almer's Thcatro Wednesday afternoon, and.
k the day being damp and the theatre draughty, a
!, cold reunited.
aBcsw. Other complications necessitated a dootor's
Hff attendance and a postponement of Miss
Kb Martinet's intended trip to the Bahamas.
?ha hd Intended going on Saturday last for
uur-weeka' trip, ohe may sail on Saturday
1,1 Itext. but probably not for two weoks.
Kb On hearing a story that she had contracted
PkvI with Mr. Aronson, of the Casino, for tho com
tli ing Bummer season of " Krmlmc,'' Mrs. Mar
EjK' tlnot made an Indignant denial. Bhe will spend
jW ba Bummer in Europe.
LITTLE GIRLS RESCUED,
Vaf, Medest Heroine Haves Tbem From Fire
Ei In Tbelr Jtlother'a Itpam.
BtSa ',r0 "tUo Blrls, five and ten years old, re-
Bj$Ex ipoetlvely, daughters of Mrs. Annie Carson, a
KrJS? Vr widow who Is employed In the TrUnuu
HuP building, had a very narrow escape from being
Kp burned to death this morning at 8. 40,
Hfjl;' The mother had cono to work, leaving her
HK - little ones alono in the slnglo room she occupies
KSf'- .u the gvc-storp toncment house at 27 Frankfort
Mhb street. A laiubreauiu on the mantel caught tlto
Mj from a cooking-stove and tho flames began to
ret' Tho eldost girl screamed, and a young woman
HB who would not give her name for publication
MK'. becauso she focrod too ma.ir admirers if sho
ITSb pood as a heroine, mshod In from au adjoining
EBr tenement and carried the children out, whllo
feB11, cither neighbors quenched tho lire beforo the
BK! tiremcu arrived on the sceno. About fifteen
MR families in tho building were protty thoroughly
IHp scared. Damago slight.
CLEARED OF THE liRlBERI CUARQES.
I99L, Tbe C. Xj. V, l-xoneratea Its Fonr Accnssd
Wwk The Central Labor Union yesterday dis-
BK cussed the rv(iort of its iuvestiKullui; com
H tnlttoo on tho accusations against delegates
UK In connection with tho beer boycott and do-
BilV; clarod Deleeates Isaao Wood, John O, Jones,
WAv. li. P. Davis and Cdward Finkelstono exon
HK, crated from all chargqs.
Hm Kdltor Shuvitch wroto oxplalning what ho
mMi meant bv f-aylug that tlicro us corruption
WfeC In the labor organizations. What he says he
iMT did sny wasi "n Never beforo for years has
Rfc thoro been so much corruption In labor or
" gaulzattons as now," using this as on argu
Mf ' went to shorten tho hours of labor.
Hk Her Sixteenth Ascension.
B " Bhe has been on tho Island fifteen times,"
Hn&V laid Walter Iloflman, husband of Chrlstina.of
2mf 2 Uo'dgomery strctt, when he had the woman
Ipt arraigned beforo Justice Duffy at Hssex Market
w this morning.
BUT Khe was drunk last night, and struck Walter
WMb. w't1' -!"".
H. ''Tlueu inonths," said Justleo Duffy,
n ,8ho gavo her hinbaud an angry look aud ex
HK claimed) " I'll fix you when I come out. "
Hjji ' Tbe Keeper HIiomIiI Keep HobtT.
U9W' Tatrlck akasoit, a Blsckwell's Itlaud keeper,
H ., while drunk In a Bowery rcstauraut, was robbed
Kh . nfattto ivstcli snd chain kby James Ilaney.
HRv" Uhe latter was arretted and J untie Dulfy. at
Bf i-ssexM-aicVto-tlAy, hddlimforeiJualuuUou,
bHbiiiiiiiiiBbK T iV 'sf 'lsisi T Vl" MTm taKaBaJlaJB TaBa
LAWSUITS FREE TO ORDER.
A NEW AND REMAUKAIILK THASE OF
nilLANTJlROPV IN NEW YORK.
The New Arbitration Haelety Whleh, Its
Attempt, at mediation Falllag, Will
Fasli Legal Measures far Its C'llenU
All Kinds of Mulls ta He Carried, Kven
la Divorce Proceedings,
For tho modest tax of B per annum poor
workwomen and worklngwomen can now re
ccive all tho legal aesistanco htthorto obtainable
only by thoso ablo to pay for It.
This phasing innovation has been wrought by
tho establishment of thoBchloltlng'a Vcreln, or
Arbitration Boclcty. with hoadquartors at 07
East Fourteenth street.
Though it is desirablo that subscribers pay the
slight tax of $5 a year, yet tho Society will ron
der aid Just as willingly to thoso unable to par a
It will ofilolato as a friendly mediator In the
first instance If friendly means fall, then Its
clients will bo referrod to tho Legal Aid Rocietr.
if men, and to the Women's Protective Union If
These latter Kocicties will lnvoko tho fnll possi
bilities of tho law In behalf of tho now Arbitra
tion Hoclety. . ... . . .
Later, on, the Arbitration Bocloty intends to
prosecute thoso final proceedings on its own ac
count, All kinds of law business. Including divorce
proceedings, would be arbitrated.
Mrs. Leonard Weber, with whom the ideaorigi
nsted. Is President, B. Beerschmann, the Hwiss
Consul, is Treasurer, and Miss M Volkmann is
Lawyer John Townshend has volunteered to
serve as advisory counsel without fee.
This morning there were thirty members who?
had paid In fi, and Mrs. Emily Kerapin, the
Buporintendent. said hcChop-d to socuro thirty
now membors per day for some time.
Mho hopes to estobllsh branches In all tho
largo cities of Amoriea aud to extend tho
Bocloty's usefulness everywhere.
Mrs. Kempln has only been In this country six
months. Bhe came from Zurich. Switzerland,
where, though a brilliant lawyer, she was not
admitted to tho bar becauso of the heinous onme
of being born a woman.
When she gets her citizenship papors she will
attempt to soenro admission to tho Mew York
SHRINES FROM TOM SHELLS.
RESENTED BY THE BOODLE ALDERMAN
TO ST. TERESA'S CHURCH.
Two marblo statues, exquisitely carved and
moulded, adorn tho altar at Bt. Teresa's Church
this morning. One represents Bt. Gabriel, with
hand outstretched, announcing to tho blind
Yirgln tho tidings of the Ilodemptlon.
Tho other represents Bt. Mlohael, with shield
and sword, just beforo killing the dragon.
Those statues aro tho gift of ei-Boodlo Alder
man Thomas Shells, of the famous Board of
IB 84. They woro carved by a notod sculptor
from tho finest of Italian marble, Tboy cost,
Mr. Hhoils owns a pew in Bt. Teresa's Church,
and his gift came about in this way: Two niches
I in tho altar needod filling up, and rather O'Far
rell requested tho ox-Alderman to present two
statues. The latter acceded giacofully, and
Friday night they wero In place.
Tho mossing ceremony took place last
night. Tho church was crowdod. Father
O'Farrell was the celebrant, Father Thomas
J. Cuaack tho doacon, Father White
sub-deacon and Father Mclntyro master of
ceremonies. A double quartet, led by Prof.
Danforth, furnished music.
The solemn vespers preceded the solemn bless
ing by Father O'Farrell. Then oamo a sermon
by Father Dougherty, lato of Bt, Monica's
Church, on Ht. Michael and Bt. Gabriel. The
ceremonies wero very impressive and solemn
Benodlctlon was pronounoed and tho sorvioes
KATB PURBSELL'S "DILL" LOST.
An Actor Dos; Who plays In "The Queen
or the Plains."
T OST Orejrhonnd dos, with monosram dark-blue
II blanket marked K. 1. t oollar -.nsTAved Kats Purs
Mil's Illll, A3 Houth WuniDitou square. lUturn and
reoelvs rswanl lor troublo.
" Kato rursell's Illll " Is a play-bill. In tho hall
way of Si! Washington square thero is a brill
iant picture A young woman in whlto tights
and a cutaway coat Is mounted on a mettlesomo
charger, while a immonso greyhound Is bound
ing in front of the horse. That's "Bill,'' Ho
la one of the dramatis pr ono.
The mako-bollevo man on tho bono is Kato
Purr-ell, who thus appears in ' J'he Queen of
the Plains, " a thrilling border melodrama. Bill
has appeared in it for over a year, having been
specially trained by somo dog educator here.
Miss Puresell is playing in Patersou. Her
mother was at homo, however, aud had some
thing to say about " Bill,"
"lie is a beauty, as liigh as my waist. Ho
grabs the detective In tho play and holds him
while she gets away, Kato lias another dog,
who Is BUrs understudy, but he Isn't anything
to this one. Bhe thinks hor manager is playing
a trick on her. Mr. Bowall waa on Broadway
with the dog Saturday, talking with the advauoo
agent When they looked around the dog was
AN ENGLISH M. P. DEAD.
Richard Peacock's Hlso frsm Obscurity to
Psslllan and Wealth.
fBI CAULS TO TUK -SSII XSWS ASSOCUTIO. I
Loxdox, March , Richard Peacock, M. P.
for tho Gorton division of Lancashire, died yes
terday at the age of sixty-seven.
Mr. Peacock was a lladlcal-LlboraL. He was
last elected to Parliament in 1 H80 by a majority
of G7 over Lord Grey do Wilton. He was a
solf-made man, beginning Ufa as a machinist
and engine driver and becoming one of tho
wealthiest Ironmasters in England.
The election to fill tho vacant seat will givo the
Liberals an opportunity of increasing their ma
jority In Southeast Lancashire.
IS not only a distressing complaint, of
itself, but, by causing tho blood to
become depraved and the system en
feebled, is the parent of Innumerable)
maladies. That Ayor's Sarsnparlllo.
Is the best cure for Indigestion, even
when complicated with Liver Complaint,
Is proved by the following testimony
from Mrs. Joseph Lake, of Brockway
"Liver complaint and indigestion
made my life a burden and came near
ending my existence, For moro than
four years I suffered untold agony, was
reduced almost to a skeleton, and hardly
had streugth to drag myself about. All
kinds of food distressed mo, and only
the most dcllcnto could bu digrstod at
nil. Within the tlmo montloncd several
fihysiclans treated me without giving ro
le:. Nothing that I took seemed to do
any permanent good until I commenced
the use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, which
has produced wonderful results. Soon
alter commencing to take tho Baraapa
rilla I could see an Improvement In my
condition. My appetite began to return
nnd with it camo the ability to digest
nil tho food taken, my strength Im
proved each day, and after a few
months of faithful attention to your
directions, I found myself a well
woman, able to attend to all household
duties. The uiedlcino has given mo o
new lease of life."
Or. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast.
Pries .;eUbeuis,tU Worth t a told.
MtaaViPisBK. HKaUBBaliBaaaKlaBmVlSBaStkw c mbh
MARY STOLE TO GET CANDY
A GIRL WHO INTERCEPTED RICH SILKS
AND RIBBONS AT THE STORE.
Bhe Ordered Them In tier Employer's Name
and TaaU Them ta the Pawnbroker's
Without Lvtllaa Them Get Into Htock
A Tearful Confession la the Jefferson
Market Police Court.
Mary Hachmnth, a protty girl of scarcely six
teen years, is a prisoner at Jefferson Market on
the chargo of larceny. Detcctlvos Cnttrell and
Aloncle, who mado tho arrest, hatuKtwonty
two complaints of theft agaln-t liar.
Mary, who Is tho oldest of flvo children, lived
with her widowed mothor at !MU First avenue.
Tbey are very poor and havo a hard atrugglo
In Boptember Mary obtained employment with
thedrcsimailng firm of L BlumeACo., at 387
Fifth avenue, where she remained for three
months, leaving there to work for Lanouette,
another 'dressmaker, ailiiB Fifth avenue.
Her stay was a short ono. and sho entored tho
sorvlceof Mrs. Nlemsfleld, an actross residing
at 101 Bocond avenue, at which placo sho was
It Is charged that whllo employed at tho dress
maker's Mary ordered largo quantities of foods
from different dry-goods houses and Intercepted
the packages on thoir arrival, afterwards dispos
ing of the contents.
Boms of the packages she was unablo to Inter
cept, and the dressmakers In consequence re
ceived (arse Quantities of silks, velvots and rib
bons which they had not ordered.
Tho principal complaint against the girl Is
mado by Miss Mary Hobnltx, a saleswoman for
James 0. Johnson, of Fourteenth street, who
makes affidavit that Mary obtained from hor ten
yards of velvet, valued at 3li. HO, on Feb. Uu,
by means of false repreneutstlons.
It Is tmposstblo to estimate tho quantity of
firjporty which Mary has stolen, but a good por
ion has been recovered from Pawnbrokers
Ellas Btono, of -!30 Third avenue, aud Mold
stone, of First arciiuo, near Fifteenth street.
When arraigned beforo Judge Patterson to
day Mary sobbinaly confessed her guilt, and
aid she had been Induced to steal by Mrs.
Mary Mansfield, who lives at til Third avonuo.
Mrs. Mansfield Indignantly repudiated this
chargo and said that Mary had visited hor on
one occasion, bearing a paukace of velvet which
she bad bought without her employer's knowl
edge. Mrs. Manstlold asked hor what her employer I
would say if lie knew it, and Mary lcplled that
he would compliment her for her smartness,
Mrs. HAChmuth Is prostrated at her daughter's
actions and said that Mary had given hor but $4
during the past four mouths, alleging as an ex
ense that business was very slack and sho was
not making any money.
All tho monoy which Mary obtained by the
thefts, sho says, sho spent fur candy. Bho will
havo a further examination before Judgo Pattei
A WORK OP ART IN TYPOaRAPHY.
Mr. BhlOer's Design for the Souvenir of
No. O'a Annual Ilall.
The annual rooeption and ball of Typo
graphical Union No. 0 will bo hold in Tarn
many Hall on Monday oveninc, March 18.
A vory remarkable and handsome sonvonir
has been designed and nimlo by Julos Snif
fer, of Tub WonxD composing room. It rep
resents a book, ond ia composed entirely of
separato piocos of typo and mitred ruling. It
is printed on n card of light green color, and
red, gold, black and white blond so as to
five tho design a highly artlstio appearance
t took two days to complete, and eight runs
through the jiross wero necessary in order to
print tho dlfforent parts. Each lady will bo
presented with ono of theso souvenirs.
A diamond ring and a handsomo pair of
valuable vases will be drawn for bv tho
ladies. The Committee of Arrangements are
Charles Leonnrd, John Tolan, Qeorgo W.
i'axton, John It. A. Hall, John V. Johansen.
IS MRS. BUSS WITH HIM?
Hartford's Mleslns Fire Commissioner Is
Heard From Un Jlouto to Msxlco.
rsrxoiAL to tbc iVKXixa wonLn.!
HxnTroRU, Couu., March 4. A letter has
been rccelvtd fiom Tiro Cominlslonor Justin
Mansuy, whoso sudden disappearance simul
taneously with Mrs. Bliss caused tho report of
He wrote his son from New York, informing
him that he luteuded to at onco start for Mexico,
as Hartford had no further business interest!)
Whether Mrs. Bliss Is with him is not known
by his fsinily.
It is reported that sho has been scon In Bridge
port since Mansuy wroto his litter.
The same day he n loto to his son he sent in his
ronlunatlou as Fire Commissioner to Mayor
It is reported on good authority that Mansuy
overdrew his account tho last ear he wan Piesi
dent of the Mantuy Carnage Company,
It Is also said that at a meeting of the stock
holders he was forced to resign and a successor
The sudden disappearance, with all the con
necting circumstances of his Intimacy with Mrs.
Bliss, and the return of Mrs. Mansuy to her
home In Hutland, Vt , is still tho subject of talk
among all classes.
DIED FROM AJJGHT BLOW.
Ills Drother Btruek Illm with a Dottle
While Beluc Aided Home.
ISrXCIAL TO THS XVXM1XO WOSLD.1
Nobwauc. Conn., March 4. Warren Sheldon
waastruok on the head with a bottle by his
Drother Frank, whom he was attempting to
carry home from a saloon a few days ago.
Nothing was thought about the matter at first,
bnton tjaturday afternoon Warren suddenly
Frank Sheldon has been arrested aud held to
to await the action of tho Coroner.
li. Ill k II
Black Dress Goods.
A largo collection of tho
1 a t o h t productions in
BLACK rind BLACK and
WHITE DRESS FABRICS
now on sale, including ex
clusive designs in Novelty
Nuiib' Veilings, Grenadines,
Borders, All overs and Ombro
A lot of'jACQUARD and
FLORAL STRIPED SUIT
ING, at tho special price of
1811 SL, 19t& SL Ml Btli Am
(18th St. Station Elevatod Road.)
DRANK POISON BY MISTAKE.
A YOUNG WOMAN KILLED BY TAKING OX
ALIC ACID FOR MEDICINE.
Miss Delia Dunn, twonty-ilvo years old, an
Irish waitress at 1707 llroadway, mado a mis
tako this morning which cost her her life.
At 0 o'clock sho went to a dark closet and took
what sho supposed to bo a dose of Uochello salts.
It was in reality a doso of oxalic acid.
'J ho young woman mixed a quantity with
water and drank oil tho solution.
Blip at onco discovered her awful mistake aud
called for holp. but it was ton l-.tc.
Bhe died in great agony thirty minutes after
tho physician was called In.
MAGGIE MITCHELL AND 11EU HUSBAND.
Another Hult for Divorce Contemplated
AfMnst Mr. ruddock.
It is reported that Maggio Mitchell, tho aot
ress, has cither already applied for a divorce, or
will soon do so, from her husband, Henry T.
Tho two wero married twenty-one years ago,
nnd for sixteen years neither had cause to regret
At thu end of that time, nr about iho yearn
ago, Mrs. l'addock (Miss Mitchell) discovered
that her hushaud's conduct was not what it
should be, and on grounds of alleged Infidelity
sho made application for divorce. The suit waa
brought in Chancery Court at Trenton, N. J., In
the Fall of last year.
Owing to the fact that Mini Mitchell had lived
with hor hu-haud since the alleged infidelity
occui red tho suit was abandoned. Now it is said
that another will bu bruinsht.
Miss Mitchell wus atixlouM to scttlo tho matter
ontsido tho jcnnrts, but l'addock'x prlco was
SUA. 000, and that she thought too high.
Mr. l'addock was found at his nlllce, 1117
llroadway, to-dny, but ho declined to sayauy
thing iu logard to tho mattor.
1VE8 & CO.'S TUIAIi AT HAND.
The Young Flnunelers I'reparlu-r for To
Tho counsel for Ives and Stayner Is still en
gaged iu examining tho indictments found
against his clients.
'i hoy are to be arralgnod to-morrow In Gen
eral Bosiloua to enter their final pleas, both
upon the first Indictments found and the two
additional bills tiled last Friday against Ives
Woodruff Is still In cusndy and his comnleto
history nf tho mysterious transactions of tho
banking firm of Ives A Co. Is iu the hands of
Assistant Ulstrlct-Attornuy l'arkei.
NO BAIL FOR YOUNQ S1QEL.
The Young Pension Clerk Must Stay In Jail
Until Arraigned To.Morrow.
A thorough Investigation of tho affairs of
young Hubert Blgcl In connection with his posi
tion as a clerk In tho Tension Office Is being
made, but nu other instances of his acceptance
of presents from pensioners have been discov
ered. There has beon no effort made to obtain ball
for him, and his appeal to Unitod Btates Com
missioner Bhields lor a reduction in tho amount
of ball has not been granted. He will appear
beforo the Commissioner to-morrow for examination.
Front of every pack- Fw s-a. 'VyJflTrmu' a
ogeofPearllne should A aatatav aatVI H
be exactly like this M L A W WkM W
THE GREAT INVENTION
For Savng Toil & Expense
Without Injury To The
mTmn TextureJColor Or Hands.
lflk I NEW YORK. J
Wd?m TLTTn use an ""'to1'011 f anything, much
jrmj lM I ss imitations of Pyle's Pearline
P M they are dangerous. Peddlers and
m M unscrupulous grocers will telT you the stuff they
IM sty offer is "Pearline," "same as Pearline," "or as good
as Pearline." IT'S FALSE Pearline is the Standard Washing
Compound to-day has no rival no equal never peddled
gives no prizes but stands on the foundation on which it
was reared MERIT. .
raafcaA- WaTlaastllAr -.fc-Sa,.--- 1 jJJl 'TTWi Yjtfl t. L-A -Sa.-.,,-, tsr.at Jsaaaalsaataajsaaaaaa
AVo nro exhibiting a
largo and unusually oholco
collection of High - Class
Novelties, including many
Pari Hi an styles which can
not bo duplicated or found
elsewhere. Tlio materials
and handles will bo found
very attractive and worthy
of immediate attention.
In addition, we have re
ceived a largo shipment of
in entirely now designs
colorings and fabrics.
.Largo assortments of Cos
tume Cloths, in tho newest
and most desirable colors.
Brocaded, striped and
Cloakings in new effects
Special Importation of .
Crepe de Chine and
Mousseline de Sole Flouncings,
In Empire Designs.
Black Lace Flouncings,
New Directoire Patterns.
Gold and Silver Lace Insertions.
With Many Other Exclusive Noveltlos.
I 18 Nassau St.. I 18
NEW YOHK'H FAMOUS SPECIALISTS,'
OPFIOKS fiU UMNTOIf !LAOK (KTI1 ST.), BET.
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PHILADELPHIA OVKICE8. aSII NOltTll 16TII ST.
U1VK POSITIVK AHSUIIANUK OF ABSOLUTE
CUH1W IN THE FOLLOWINO DIRKASKH-
OATA1UU1, DYSPEPSIA. KHKUMATIHM. BOItOF-
UI.A. BALT ItllKUM. ULUF.US, PIMLKS
AND UI.OTCHES. NEKVOUH DElllLlTY, VAJII.
COGELf! IIISCIIAHUFS. UIHEA6ES
OF THE BK1N. BLOOD. HVrilt AND KIDNEYS.
of JoDmojmen Tsllors on MONDAY EVENINQ.
March , st Itaa llf adimtrt.rs of tb Ilrooklra Tailors'
Union, ll'.'ll Atlautlo as Ilrooklra. All Ullort llrlns
In llrooklrn are InrUvd. wbetbsr ih)r work tn Urooklrn
or New York City, flood speakers will addreas the
meetlnff on the nbjeota and benenu of organization
JOURKEYJUAN TA1LOKS' P. t B. UNION
0 New York Oltj.
POTATOES Imported Sootoh potatoes, superior in
qualltr, fcr sale tur W.U.Dnnrea'a Son's. 34 Vsaef
at. pier, clfr.
1IEL1' WANTED MALE.
BAKERS WANTED-Two flrst-claas peelerai one
man to ran reterelble brake, one man to feed en
soft dough machine t references required. AppltoK.
J, Larrabee A Uo
Won't Hiito a (.lit Itooster on she Church.
Hector and paristiioners of St Mark's Prot
estant Episcopal Church have made an India
naut protost to tho arclilteots of their now odl
flco. on Adelphl street, Drooklyn, against a
ailded Iron rooster which has been placed on
thu weather vans at the apex of tho upirp. Tber
say a cock Is not a fit emblom on a religions edi
fice, .and the architects bavo had to promise to
replaco It with a gilt cross.
To3Iorrow at Gattenbur-r.
ItrSCUL TO TBS KTKXIXa WOBLD.J
Nonm Hudson DniTiMa Pabk, Maroh .
rollowlntr aro the entries for Tuesday, March S :
Ttrst Raoe Pnrae ttSOQi e-en furlonss. Vsuleer,
ik mMin!rt?' 110' "" ua,Xu
fUoond Uaoe-KlTe rarlontst selltnf allowsaoeii
puree VOO.-lda Wert, 113Sour.tr, 10Q Uriar.lOOl
Ton Paator. 1 OU t .lohnnl. K., fOUi ManhaVUa,TOf)i
T4e.rapS, Jfi, "Major, 1(3: ilauibl fi., ? BW
Box 1 fOUraJtinru. 071b,
. Tbtril llaoe Puree fj2C0 selUnr aUowtncML Are
furlonse Iten Tbompeon, lloi Anita. llOt Juds
DruM, iq5 flarrr Itaie. 100, Lrldg.t tCeltoa. 06 tb.
ruurth llaoe Puree 200 1 mIUds allowanoeaj eeren
furious. -Peudennie. I14i Osn't Tell, 100 Vito,
107 i KnslewcOp&vu)rs4 Jay, 106lfsy "?,
100 Mlcawber. 07 lb.
Virth Kaee MiUandafiiteenthi eetlfns sJlowaneMi
puree 8300. Iltlj hton, llSi llarrodaburs, 1 10) Vpla-
Third Ave. and 59th St. j
Grand Bargain Sale
Stamped Linen Goods.
At our oponlng sals of STAMPED LINEN GOODS
held two weeks ago It was Impoailbla for us to supply the
demand. Our stoek oonilsted of a tremendous lot of
PLAIN LINEN GOODS, and while our feclllttfl for
aleiuplii would hare bcon equal to an ordinary esltt,
the demand for theao soods was so niceedtngly sruat
that for a time we wero unable to keep up with It. We
are now able, however, to announce a complete aud per
fect stock, all stamped ready for use, and we also bare
more estenslve stamping facilities thee ever before.
We iball, therefore, resume the sale this week. The
goods are of very belt manufacture, the designs new
and attractive, luott of them bavtsg hand made open
work and kuottd fringe.
SCARFS from 2 1 r. to ! tq r.
(MUVIiltH and I KAY UO VERS from 33o. to 00c.
SPLASHERS Irnm l'Jr. to 41c.
I1IIIS from 7c. to 15c
DOYLIES from :ic, to IHr.
Tf DIES from 1 1-. to 30r.
TAULE COVERS from 34c to liSc,
Folded NAPKINS from 33c. to 03c.
HP1ICIAI.H IN FINK MTA3I1'12U
Bound Linen Goods.
LAUNDRY BAGS 2lr.
SLIPPER POCKETS I3r.
WHISK-IIROOM HOLDERS 10c.
COMU AND IIHUBHUAUU 10c.
BUTTON BAOS 10c.
NEWSPAPER AND LETTER HOLDERS 21c.
DUSTER HAGS 13r.
UMUHKLLA HOLUElia 170. nnTin
NEEDLEUA8K8 7c. Qor ;nt,ri ltook of fln nn FnUIT for deoorstfag
Above goods are the very belt make and bound witb fanoywork marked down to 18c 23cf 35ci 40c a
finest mohair braid. bunoh, so.
TWO DECIDED BARGAINS.
350 pieces Camelian Beige, 40 inches wide, warranted all
wool, actual value 69a, at 39o.
2,500 yards India Silk, actually worth 85c, at 5To.
Bloomingdale Bros., I
Third Ave. and 59th St 1
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Should always b. naed for children teething. Itsoothel
the child, aof tens the gums, allays all pain, cans wind
colio, and 1. th. beat r.medy lor dlarrhora. Twenty;
five cents a bottle.
MADE WITH BOlIilNCr WATER
BIADE WITH UOILlNtt SULK.
HAS CURED THOUSANDS.
Dlt. SNOW'S AMMONIA SKIN SOAP.
Ooljr sure onr for Pimptw ScAlp DImuas, D-uadruff,
Sorea, Burnt And nil dlsuMi of th tkln, Prloe, 25
cent (Mr cake. For ftvl at WAlton'i. 6th r., nd
61tat,t UloomlntdaU,, Sdare, tuid 60th at.; alto
t allltadlns drugglsU and dryrCOodsfaotiMfl. Stand
ard Pacfumtrj Works, Selling Accnta, 18 Mror ft,
rn?"."1! sssl IWllB 1 1 6jINM,
rmfUtHt fiM IlilfAUltwIfcsafsyAlMfliMapp fyhiy, mm,
Ledlee, eaKreeuUe. part). auaUrfl!le WtlcaKs
Oovapound fuuey PUtsvs' ririaai.elB im aaa awl
wlU uafUtllB-r success S7 upvarda f 10,000 w.aua
...rr noala (r ta put Ua yura. If jow SniffUtsa'l ktre
''Wtlcax's Compound Tnn.y I-ilie," aceH "
w.rUIMi..uuaaiald to to "Jail a. food.1' ultSe cents
fr ' Woman ranfB Uuard,- aad rac-lve tba aaly
nhanlut-'lr retlnblerni-'cly v mall.
VVILIOX aiK-l) lf Phlla.. Pu
faeaeaeleTaw M J prescribe and f ally an
l(ffpBHa-ael dors. Big U as th. only
F Canals TH specific for tbe csruln euro
Fl to DiTS. of this dliaaae.
$ eaasoBirt-lsta. Amsterdam, N. Y,
EpH Mrs aaly eytfM W have sold Big G for
eUaBBaniiiial-L many years, aad ft baa
lflifn2n-iTea tba best of satls-
'-BSSK OlnnnnitfJaf-WSB faction,
OfSle.JV D. U.DYC1TEACO..
TadanHaLarktl.OO. Bold by DrnggUts!
mO 1'IlINTKIlfl AMD STaTIONEHS.-The al
JL tentloa of the Trade ts called to the Vropoaals for
Ratlmate- for lupplytng eaoh Department of the City of
Maw Yoik with Stationery and Printing for the rear
lrlHO. according to the proposals now being dally pub
llabed Iu tbe Ottjr llecord. to which, together with th.
blank forma of oontracta and the samples, now on flU
with the Department of Public Works (oifice of Ohlel
Clark, 01 Ciambere etreet), the Trade are referred for
(uller partlcmtars. The bids for the supplies of to.
fraltb popartment are to 0. opened and tbe contraots
K -aided on th loth day of Maroh. ltlfift, at tbe
Per order of tb. Hoard of Ofty Ileeord.
TUOMAH OOaTlUAM. Secretary.
w ---' particulars address T. S.
PAUIi, Mo. 65 W. 83d at., oor.B'way, Mew YorkOlty.
Trains leave iby Erie a. It,, 23d st, and foot Obam-
jAatttrafcUoVAN. O. 11, ENOEMAN,
Vtn llailnir every TUIUD AY, THUnflDAY and BAT
jJllDiY. rata or ibln. Vint raoe at LUO P.U, abarp.
Embroidery Materials. '
tr. a lip, belt quality Berlin Zephyr W0R8TKD. '
4 and H fold, all colors. . ,
inc. a full ounce, beat quality Imported Saxony
WOOL, all oolora.
IOr. elW-ouucoheok, beat quality Shetland WOOI.
10c. a lM-ouno. hank, bait qnallty Bhstland VWSO,
3c. a ball, bait quality lea WOOL, all colors.
Ilea ball, beat quality Angora WOOL. ,
lOf-.abuncliof'UOskolnsof llemmtnwsy's embroid
ery HH.K, all colore. .
1 Ac a doiou akelns Imported filling SILK, all oolors.
1 2r. a dozen skeins beat quality Illy No. 2 embrolderr
CHENILLU, all colors. '
Ilea doien skeins best quality Engllih silk ASA
SENS, all colors.
28c. a doien belt quality EnglUh crswsl WOOL, all'
3c. a ball belt quality Engllih TINSEL, all colors.
7c. a ball best quality Macram. CORD, ail colors,
23c. a M-pound bank beat quality knitting YARN, all
He. a full ounce of fins quality Domeitio SAXONY, all
13c. a hank of fine quality Domeatlo Oermantowa
WOOL, all colors. a
13c. a bank of best quality XXX aermantown
WOOL, all colon. '
13c. a bank Oneat quality Starlight SAXONY, all
20c. a M-pound hank bolt qnallty XX Starlight knit '
ting YARN, all oolors. J
Oe. a ball Maraland's crochet COTTON. ' ;
Ilea bank finest quality fairy FLOSS, all colors.
2 sheets for lc. all atyles of perforated CARD. J
1 Oo. per yard onr entire stock of fine BURLAPS fot
35c. per yard all colors silk PONGEE. V
9fl-. i-ant twinnd liaut nntfJitv a-r-asim whlfesa Msuti-Kntan j)
(WU iMimJ IWEAK..
li WXU ) flf I NERVOUS
inM I MEN
lIMra f CURE
All men debilitated through indiaoretions or other
wlaewe (JUAUANTKK ' car or refund money by
thl; new Improved HLliUTlUO ,IJKI.T ANU (dtH
1'HNfdfUt.V. Made for this apeelflo purpoae, Itglvess
retorTng them to lIHAl.TII and VlOOjiOllrl
fSTUUNGTII. Alaoll.lt- for Urns Baclt, Uben.
luatimn, Kidney Complalnte, iVc, Eleotrlo Cur
rent felt lnitantlr or we forfeit Ma.QOU Vasb.
ilreatrst Improvements over all other. Wont
laaea Permanently Cured in 3 months. Belts with
Huipensory complete. 95 up. Sealed pamphlet 2o
Or the l.lquor Habit Positively Cared by Ad
ministering Dr. Ilatnes Galdea Bnocldo.
ft can be given ma eup of coffee or tea without til
Inowledgeof the person taking ft; Is abeeletely barns
eaa ana will effect a permanent and speedy eura,
whether the patient la a moderate drinker or analaoheUa
wreok. Thouaaudaof drunkarda hav. been mad. tem
perate men who have taken Golden Speotflo In then
coffee without their knowledge, and. to-day bellerethey
guitdrlnklng of tbelr own free will. ITmEVBRVAILKi
The sjritem once Impregnated with tbe Specific, It be
comes an utter Irapoaalbllilr for the liquor appetite a
eilit For aale bALBX, ilUDNUT, DraldTtelldlMl
Hew York 1 UOLTON DRUb CO., SttlOftilte te,..'
fleiultlpg from tbe Errors of Youth. Premature De
cline. Nervoua and Phvalcal Debility, L-upurltlee of the
Blood, Kollr, Vice, Ignorance. Overtaxation, Enerva
ting and unttttlngihe victim for Work, Business, the
Married ar Bo-UilUlatlan, may be alleviated aad eared.
Healed Inatruetlona for Infallible If orae Treatment aans
pIaB0DYVI(EDI0AL INSTlTUrE. No. i jSulilncE
atreet, Uoaton. Mass. .Oonfldaottal.
170RM and Plgure Development Call or address Doe
JC pont. Med. ToUet Oo.. H W. 23d lady attendant,
The Miqrio-AyDiPtioNB, for deawkssI
CaUoraSdreiator book, 121)0 Broadway, M.Y.
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CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY.
lfOOT LlUERTYfiT.. NORTH HIVKR.
TIMETABLE! JAN. 10. 1B89. .,
ForKa-ton, 4, 7.8.80 AVsLiI. a4o,:.S0,fi.4fiP.Ia.
Sunday, fl A.M. 16. 30 pTm. . ,
For Uethlehem, Allentown. Jlauoh Ohuaa, Asu, 4 "i
B.80A. M.TI. 3.45,5.46 PTM. ...
For Wilka.barre, Pltuton and Scranton, 8.80 A. HJ
5.10 V, U, Sundays (except Oeeaa OroteJ iW,
YorUanobaiter. Totaa Rivet and Itarnegaa, a-SO?-1!!
A. Im LOO. a.30P. M. JarloTcars a J-OOsae.
FyLkewooda,4.30,8.1SA.M. LOa 8.80, 4-30
With parlor cars. "
UaORTKHT AND QUIOKEBT ROUTH V0
vie Central Railroad ofNow Jersey anil PbUadalnhlsJ
aad Reading Railroad. . . . , ,
Leaves foot oiuberty St.. North River.
tlniiyJfc'J.-f&rt ijJ:3 '2
Parlor ears on all Ualns. Bleeping oars oamldntgn
Tteksts and parlor oar seats can be secured st TtMjk
botei at nsUause as destuaaloa.
aearieavaalSaC- ' dfrMMMBttejJy-' . ljiaffi alllaTll