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KK i. THE WORLD? FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 31, 1869;. .
m GREAT SALE OF
I BOYS' SUITS
I FRIDAY and SATURDAY.
I LONDON fl LIVERPOOL
B CLOTHING CO., 86 AND 88 BOWERY,
mk Will hold a groat two days' sale In our boys' clothing
U department, where the following lots will be disposed of.
Bgf 8,000 elegant All-wool 2,000 Boys' Blue Flannel
KE Salts, Spring weight, in four Sailor Suits,gllt buttons and
3b colorings, beautifully plait- anchors, marked from 88.00
2;' ed, for boys from 4 to 10 .,-
BL years, marked down from TO ODC.
K TO S2.90. 5,000 Boys' Knee Pants,
Br- .- well made and sold every-
$ 2,000 Long Pants Suits in whore at 91.00, reduced to
&' all the new patterns have -
r been marked from 89.00 IOC.
K w TO S4.75, 2,000 Boys' Fine Dress
HI - .. . . v IT. Suits in Finest Diagonals,
-$ 1,200 Imported Novelties Tf.tnnf- d n,vinf
K 1h Boys' Suits will bo given J " ., Cheviots, re-
mm away duced from 810
m at S3. 75, To S4.9Q.
p. - MEN'S SUITS.
R' J. HL and 85c. Will Purchase
Wk HL-iW"BH- For Gentlemen.
I MliWk SILK LINED-
H lTmlmJul 2'000 patterns
h HIIEsllEiiSr Worth From
1 LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO.,
I 86 and 88 Bowery, corner Hester St. i
Ip OPEN DURING SALE TILL IP P. M.
I PARTRIDGE'S FATAL BLOW.
K3f' COKONER f lUNLY HEAS8 Tim 'STORr of
mjk WATCHMAN RAFFEKTTB DEATH,
BjMji Til. Laenber .Merchant Repent III Btatr.
WSpM , meat of Slrlhlns In Self.Delrnselir.
MP.SJ IJ.till., WUo Simla lb Anlepay, Hnya
Bjjf IUrertj' Nkull Wna Inueiially Thin
KJ'lt The, Cor.ner I'uxxleil.
HfflP Charles II. Partrlrlee, tbo lumber mer-
kk cbftat who la charged with killing Frank ltof.
D& Jerky, laborer, at bis lumber-yard on
HtiL Wedneiday last by atriking bim on the head
Kfc with a meararinz rule, came before Justice
Hk Patterson at Jefferson Market Police Court
Hr Ibis morning, accompanied by his counsel.
Iff'' In riew of the death of Itafferty, the case
saw rM Bent own t0 Coroner Hanly.
JB Mr. Partridge had left town to go to El-
WBf. vain, N. Y. , immediately after he had Riven
IBs bit in 910,000 last Wednesday morninc.
He Eisrife was sick there, and he intended to
Jk rvtura to New York as toon as possible.
ni When ha reaobed Elraira and learned that
Mir ' Raff erty had died at tbo hospital he came back
Bffifr immediately, arriTlnc in town Inst night and,
BEl Boise at onee to the Twentieth street police
Rjf station, (raye himself up.
fcff , At the Coroner's office this morning he was
mXit accompanied by Lawyer lloaso, bis counsel,
Kf asd sereral friends, who were ready to go os
Hg ail bond should new bail be required.
Hg3 Mr. Partridse in a tall, well-built man. of
Kw about forty yearn of age. He wears a heavy
Hgf dark mustache and imperial and bis com-
BFijJ pJexion is tanned a deep bronze. He seemed
HjRv be Tery anxious and ueryous this morning
EjV and was evidently worryinc about too case,
Er In his statement, he olaims that Itafferty
W0L made an attack on him first and threatened
ft to kill bim, and he only struck him with tbe
ho' measuring rod-which he held in his hand, in
Kv fabMeiense. He did not imagine that the
Hk blow was hard enongh to do any serious in-
Wnt: Dr. Donlin, the Coroner's pbvslcian, who
Miss- maa an autopsy on ltafferty's body yester.
D5fe day with Dr. Ferguson, says tbe man's skull
DR, was the thinnest he ever saw.
Wys At the temples, where the blow was strnok
HtJEi which caused the fracture, the bone was only
Br one-thlrty.second of an inch in thickness,
lira, where in an ordinary person it is at least one-
IQr eighth inch thick.
HKt It waa just like an epgsbell." said the
HBS doctor, " and it is a wonder that a man of
HEaf. W raoklbss habits should not have had his
JH JrmU smashed in long before. "
HkK I aUl 'na Itafferty was an ex-convict,
HHK' having served a term in State prison for an
HHL atrocious assault upon a woman, and was
HOP kaown a a desperate character.
HJk Coroner Hanly did not know exaotlywhat
HEfc' to do in the case, and took Lawyer norma
HHE? over to tbe District-Attorney's office for legal
HKIe',' advioe npon tbe subject
HkJb They held a protracted session.
HHHF Coroner Hanly at length decided to accept
HKK' bail ia 910,000, and John L. Hamilton, a car-
HHR pester and contractor of 846 West Twenty-
HHf aeraMh street, furbished the required sum
HHK , asd Partridge was accordingly released,
H&' Qaeer Things ia the Mill-See the SON-
HHK BAT WORLD.
WmS SENT.TO BANPALL'8 ISLAND.
HE&v flaal Blp.ltln of matron Webb'e
HHT ' Abandoned Waif.
B;; The waif boy who has been in the custody of
HHk Hatroa Webb for forty hours was sent to the
HHk , Jeet9n Market Police Court this morning to
HBb, balefrBedo'TertdtheOommluloners of Chari-
HB' Ma aad Oorreotlon.
HHW -JfcelWtle fellow, who answers to any name
HK Vto ( wanUoned, and whom, it Is believed, has
HHK Hw cruelly abandoned by his parents or
HHK u'.Tft,?l5,1 5vil2nn 0D of TOniPny of
HM. Vbm HtfsTwubtlass, will be his lot, and per-
ltafla, Pfca awir others of the army of ' some.
HM i " . f,
HHHUY' f A X, 4 ..Jit Jin. f t
ADIEU, OLD JACK WEDEY.
DEATH REM0VE8 A NOTABLE CHARACTER,
WELL KNOWN AT CITY HALL.
Old Jack Wildey Is dead. lie was a familiar
figure about the City UalL
The tall, lank form of the old mau. attired In
a seml-unlform. which included tbe coat of the
old Volunteer Firs Department, was wont to
shamble about through the corridors, and bis
old-time friends who gathered there would note
with regret tbe vacant staie, and sorrowfully
tap their forehead, ai if to say: "Poor old
JscVI no's off in his upper tory."
Uut Jacu WiMey wan not always thus. At one
time he wan among the notables of Manhattan
He Joined the old Volunteer Fire Department
In 1M6, nd wa for many years Foreman of
Engine Company No. 11.
He went to the front during the civil war. as
Captain of Company I. Eleventh New York
Volunteers, ami nas credited with aaTing the
colors of the Hlxty.uinth Itegiment at the first
battle of Dull Run.
The prominence given him by thla event led
to his aecurlng the Tammany Hal) nomination
for the then extremely lucrative office of Coro
ner, to which ho was ekcted.
The fnea of his office and the profits of a con
cert hall, which he afterwards pin on Broadway,
made him independently rich. but. like many
another oood fellow, his weslth diaappeared
like dew before the aun,
Wildey wa a areat friend of Boas Tweed, and
with him and others orgsnited the original Mu
tual Baseball Club which, with the Atlautics, of
Brooklyn, waa among the flrit professional
He died Wednesday laat at Bellevue Iloapital
at the age of sixty-six yeara, aud waa buried
this afternoon from Sleiin's undertaking estab
llahuient in Bpriujr street.
A Specimen Ifevr York Thug See the
A SLEEPER'8 FALL.
Vftonc Jobn Drennan Railed Dawn tbe Fire
. E.c.pe Wall to Ilia Oe.th.
JohnBrannan, a young man of twenty-three
years, who drove a brewery wagon and lived at
220 Weil Eighteenth street, was picked up
battered and dying In the court In the rssr of
his home this morning.
He lay down on the rear fire-escape last even-
'A" to VJi n.P ln th.f S001 nift sir. About
10 o'clock his slater oalled him, but he said that
he would not come In and that If he fell atleep
ha brother, who was coming home, would wake
him up before midnight.
Alt hour or more later he roao on his knees
and waa about to crawl through the window,
wheu one of the shutters blew agelnat him. lie
turnedaround, put nut bis hand and pushed It
back. In doing so he lost hl balance and fell
over the edge of the fire-eacape platform and
down tbe 9re-ecape well three atones to the
stone flagging in the rear court.
He struck on the right side of his bead,
smashing the hack part of hli skull on one side.
He died before a physlclsn could arrive.
Afme. Carnot, the rint Lmdr of Trance
See the SON DAY WORLD.
B. AIM 0.
SATURDAY, JUNE I,
BLACK COTTON HOSIERY,
At 25c. per pair.
i8mst.ai9tnsLana etn Ave.
(18th Street Station Elevated Road,)
SOL HEYMAN & CO.
Offer special intents lo Layers of
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Bedroom Holta, 814.00 1 reduced from 885
P.rlor Holtt 30.OO1 " 4a
Mldeb.ardi, OCOt " IS
O-n. Extn Tables. 3.73 " O
Dining-room Chairs, .75 1 " 1
Bed Loungra, 4.7fl( " O
Foldlng-beda, 8.00 " 12
Fnll Stock of Baby Carriages and Re
itloqnettea, per yard 81.24
VelveU, per yard l.UO
Bojy Bruaaela, per yard 8b
I Tapestry, per yard 45
laarralna, per yard 15
GREAT CLEARING-OUT SALE
New China Straw Mattings.
I.OOO ralla Fancy Mnttlnga, 40 yorda
eaeb, perfoll 83.25
BOO rolle Fancy niattlngat per roll 4.00
500 ralla Fancy AlattlHgK, per rolL 5 00
1,000 rolle Fancy .llattln.a, per roll 5.75
The rnrnlshlns of Summer lloiaea nnd C'ot
tora a specialty.
TEIlMs TO BUIT EVERYBODT.
SOL. HEYMAN & GO,,
093 and 005 Third Ave.,
BKTWKKN 60T11 ANN OOTII HT8.
HER SKULL CRUSHED IN.
MR&-LOGAN FOUND-DEAD AFTER PART
ING WITH HER nOSBAND.
There is something suspicions about the man
ner in vrbich Marttarct Logau eame to her
death. According to the police report, she fell
down the stone steps to the cellar of the rear
house, 28 South Fifth avenue.
Mrs. Logan was married, and her husband was
onlv relsaaed yesterday from a ten days' sen
tence. Tbe couple formerly occupied rooms in
the home, but poverty compelled them to move
away Ave monthi-suo.-and since then Mrs,
Logan had lived wherever" she could secure a
situation, while her husband slept in cheap
Slargsret lost her situation a week ago and ap
nlled'toMis.Whate.one of heilformer neighbors,
to gho her shelter for a few nights. She worked
all day yesterday until after supper, aud she
waa aurprlted sV seeing her hurbond walk in.
He asked her for money to get his supper, and
the conrle went out together.
Mrs. Logan returned at midnight. A few min
utes later a bampingaound was heard, and then
there ere moana. The Whate family ran out
and discovered the woman at the foot of the
steps. Her bead was wedged in between tbo
lower step and 'the cellar door. She died in a
few minutes, without having spoken.
Her skull was crushed In, and there was an
ugly cut above the eyes. The body was re
moved to the Morgue.
While the remains were at the station-house
this morning the husband came in.
He said he left his wife at 0 o'clock last night
and had not seen her until thla morning, lie
denied that he was In the habit of beating ber,
aud (aid ha bad been in jail forgetting drunk.
After leaving her last night he said he went
dlieot to his lodging-house on Thompson street
and went to bed. He was unable to give the
number of the lodging-house.
Baotblnek Grabam'a Fate ivltb tbo Jnry.
Counsellor Opencer this morning oommenoed
the summing up in the caso of tbo colored boot
black James H. Graham, who is on trial for his
life in the Kings County Conrt of Sessions.
Oraham is charged with stabbing a bartender
named Henry .Moeller during a quarrel iu a
saloon on Herkimer atrsot a few mouths ago.
The caae Is now with tbs jury.
A Murderous Thux SUNDAY WORLD.
601 BROADWAY, NEAR HOUSTON ST.,
SOLE AMERICAN AGENTS OF
COLUMBIA STRAW HAT COMPANY,
At 46C. THEIR WOItLD-nEHOVTRKD STRAW TUT. WORTH 9 ,00.
At 76C. AN EXCELLENT MACKINAW STRAW HAT, WORTH 8 I .60.
At S I .00 A HNE MACKINAW STRAW HAT. WORTn 02.OO.
At 9 I .60 AN EXTRA FIBB STRAW HAT, WORTH 83.60.
' rtaa Maslla, Milan and Daastsbla Straw Hats sad BUS Hate t bs1st Prises.
LARGEST AMOItTMRNT OP HATS IN THE WORLD,
6th Ave., 20th to 21st St.
HISSES' DEPARTMENT. BOYS' DEPARTMENT.
C.n.p.ctc aMortmene of
ATLOWPHOES. ' " Solt" to "
Fine Coats and Drosses,
light-weight Dress, 4 to 8 Fine All-Wool Cussiinere
years; Coats, 4: to 12 years. Suits, 4 to 14 years,
S2.98; former price $6.00 $4.69 and $5.39.
All-Wool Short Pants and
Two-piece white dresses, Vest Suits, 10 to 15 years,
trimmed with embroidery, gg gg
12 to 10 years,
$6.98 ; worth $10.00. All-Wool Suits with long
. , . i ,,, , pants, 13 to 18 years,
Children's and Misses' one
and two piece Gingham S6.99.
Dresses, 1 to 16 years,
All-Wool two-piece Kilt
a, i .o a.ao. Suit8t 3 to 0 yearSt
English Walking Jackets S2.49 and $3.79.
in all-wool light Tweed ; Di
reotoire and Vests. ... By8' Gingham and White
S3.98 and S4.98; ! KUfc to 6
former prices, $5 to $8.
Elegant assortment of
Children's Reefing Jack- BOYS' FANCY FRENCH
ets, all-wool cloth, gilt an- FLANNEL stttts a. to ia
chors and buttons, all sizes, Jt SUITS, 4 TO 14
4 to 12 years, YEARS.
SI. 35,; worth $2.25. GENTLEBIEN'S AND
Confirmation and Gradu- BOYS' BLAZERS, THE
ating Dresses in India FADING CLUB COLORS.
Linen, Lace and fine Mull, GENTLEMEN'S FANCY
Martha Washington, Em- STRIPE AND FIGURED
press and Directoire styles, PIQUE VESTS,
S2.98 to S80.00. $1.24.
We have reduced Misses' and
Children's Cashmere, and Cloth
Suits, also a lot of White Lawn
$14., $i5., and $17. Suits,
Reduced to $9.50.
fo.5o, $10. and $ia.5o Suits,
Reduced to $6.5o
(8., $9. and $io.5o Suits,
Reduced to $5.oo
j5.5o, $5.90 $6. Suits,
Reduced to $3.5o
Lord & Taylor,
CauMd bj th irt RscelT.Sal.or M.n'a and Boj,
Fin. Shoas and Moo'. Fnrnlthlnr Oood,, Mlllna at SOo.
ontttadolhr. Th..al. It In (all bin. at tb. Howard
Sbo. Store, Oil Broadway,' coru.r tloutton at. Tb.
door, bad to b. oloMd and auardftd several time, rv.t.r
dsr, a, tb. oroivd of aniiouabuyorewno crowd.d tb.
al.,room, a. ,o arrat as to nearl, anM a panic t
itrMt na. blookaded bv tb. norruoti,crowdawbo w.r.
wafting to b. adinltt.(l to tb. arand al ,uch a. n.r.r
wa, M.n befor.. Everybodr taken b, anrprtM. bbo.
almost alren awar. Mothlnc to eoiuparo with it .r.r 1h
for. In entire Arnarloa.
I.ln.n Collar Uo. i linen Oufl, lflo p.r pair; all
ni.rlno Sooka, tp)lod note, and bK (Sn. pv pair,
worth 25o nt money r.fundrdi Englitb B.lbr'ggtn
Nukl, l:)f. par pair, Balbrigian Underwear.ii3.Mch,
t.ll worth (I i ill-, Ilk tlo-nned Neekwear, Klo. .worth
SOo t goooqoalitj ll.ndkerohl.lt. 60. ..en. lanoy ber
eri good qnallty Socka, 6e., tronb "J7o. , genuln.
Hoyot Ba.pend.r.. 24c. . good ilk-.mtroldr.d Baa
pendara, lflo,, worth 7Se 1 tllk-flnUbad Umbrella
Toe., guaranteed worth 43, men', nnlannderad Shirt,.
lm.il bnomi, 60c , worth II 60, la.n'a launderM
nbirta. oar, lln.n boMma. Vanuatu mnilln, 7 .To.,
won) tU.ani) l.pOOc.lh.l bargain,.
Sba-8Blold M.n'i bhe.. tl 75i worth 5. W.
ber.by bin. rnre.iT.. a, r.tura your mon.y li tb. abo.,
ar, a.t .atl.lactoiy. An Amaiioaa Call Shooai t'J.60.
wall w.rtb (6, band tew.d Waukannba,! She mad.
ol Una calf r.atb.r.guaranl.ec: worth 7,al$3'J0. An
Amerioao Paunt foathar Bbo. worth 98 w. wllla.li for
HX .0. guarantMdor money rfanded.
Tba MowartfSbo. Store (ram.mtar tb.numb.r),OU
Broadway, corn. 1 Tlfn.loi it
FOR MEN ONLY!
cT!TT"ff TC Vaakaaaa afBadyaaa Mia. Kffeata
J U JaJa.ffaT.rarEiMaaa.la01d.i looaf,
iirMgUn wni.tanaTiLoria oaun riKta.r ionr.
ikMiauir ..ruifca iioaa TUTatar-aMau i, . r.
n IMUfy Irw t lUM, Tnrtl.riw. ud rmlptmlrin.
YMtaawHU thtm. Pert, fl tyl..,tl, 4 Brmtt wnM
(waUOfrw. aaam. t,H MCiHAt tfl., llffUO.H.T.
" ft 3 pound for 81.00.
I C5ll DEST FAMILY TEAr
BIok. Ula.d, Japan or Ora.n.
Ofl Wall it., baliwn Water and front ata.
WAJtTED A large f.mala doar, aa aura, for a baby
a.a-lloas nntthaT. whlpd within tb. laat few
dan and ha. abnadaac. of milk, Chaa.Batcba A Bra ,
Ba Park Hew.
1ai:l1aatf'gaaJalaMfliV'i n i il 'i I afiA'-Jafw
281, 283, 285, 287 Grand street.
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
800 Odd Hnlfa for flora. 4 to 14 yeara, at
SI. 08 nnd 89.40, euch aa we have aeld for
100 Dnya AlWWoel two.pl or a Trlcat Snlia.
82.08, worth 84.00.
300 rery fine Hulla, af the beat patterna,
88.08 haTe been aelllnc Tor 86.80.
lOOone-plera Kilt Suite. 81.70.
145 Jereey PantMulte, 88.08.
SO dazen Ulna-ham Hnlta, 30e.
Boya Mallor Suite, OOe. and 81. 12, ,
Ijarceat and moat aelect ataok la the city of
Male Acenta far Mother Friend Shirt Walata.
For the Girls.
Important' Sfreoldl Sale 6f
Girls' Navy Blue Flannel
Blouse Dresses, trimmed
with white braid, ages 2 to
5 years, at $1.37 and SI. 40;
extra fine Dresses at $2.08.
This will be one of the
most notable sales of the
,aflgfatoew M I preecrlba and rally a
.gg)w""v done Big Q aa the only
jatetBr owfwle H gpednoforuiacarUlncara
iKi TO BATI. V ol fhladlaeaae.
gt aaaaatrtawra. ABlUrdam, K. Y.
EB MrteatyVyaw We hare eold Big O ler
wjaau-aaiwawaut glTtn the beat af aatla-
TAffA OtrwiaattJawH feetlon.
aOsicM O. B, DTCnK ft CO..
feaeTeaHBaVaarkl 81.00. Bold by Dmtglata.
PEEiTiEtt BVEt fes'g&aa
A MKB40AM JOUKET CLUB.
BPBJ NO MKHJori880.
. awi) oost7hu(ko ykxa
TUUKflOAT. JONE IS,
rarlor-cartralnal.lO, torn Or andC.atrat Depot.
JOliy HUNTER. PT,ld.nt.
LOST, FOUND AND REWAKDS.
AC OEWARD-Lo), Ihtl nllew terrier, f,ma!;
(JO oaaieTepiy. QQ Ohryatl at.
The Summer Resorts Where and Whmt
They Are this SessoaSUNDAY WORLD,
fall lll(Hlril1lfT"ftffltf' liraTWaB' " J''l"-l'v-- -ji '"-
We offer y oo credit at eaeh prleea and dellrf r.
yenr cooda at once. A araall drpo.lt la nil we
reqalre, the balance In WEEKLY OK
.IIONTiHYV" PAYMENTH, aa you dealre. AND
NO 8ECUIUTY AKED.
1 ilii 1
For Men, Women and Gliildron,
In all the lateatatyleaand pattern., made by
the very beat or cuttera nnd tallora. All anr
clotbaare properly elirnnh before being; made
up. COME, HEE AND DE CONVINCED be
fore aelng; eleewhere. To aee la to purchaae.
I Isles' MJefl Wraps,
i SUITS AND TAILOR-MADE!
We oecnpy tbe entire bnlldlnr, one block
(A PIBER, FORMKIILY OP IIABXEM.)
138 Dowery, 4 doorafrom Grand f 1. 1, Mtntlon.
B. II COWPERpAIT & CO,
t03 TO 205 PARK HOW. N. Y.
LARGEST FURNITURE HOUSE IN NEW YORK.
rURNITUUE. CARPETS, BEDDING,
STOVES, SnADIiS, CURTAINS, RE
FKICERATORS, ItAUY CARRIAGES,
OASn OR EABV TERMS TRICE LISTS MAILED
W. L. DOUGLAS
33 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
$3 8HOE FOR LADIES.
Beat In the world. Examine hla
5.00 GENUINE HAND-MEWED SHOE.
84.00 IIAND-SEWKD WKLT SHOE.
3.0O POLICE AND rABMKRH' SHOE.
S3.S0 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
B3.35 nroRKINQIIAN'H SHOE.
B2.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
Fraudulent whea my name And nrlroarr not atarnped
in bottom. W. L.POUOLAS, tt-o-kton. Blaaa.
lorealeet243W.13()th,t., cor 14th at and Rtn
a.. No. 1 At. A, 458 Broadway, ror of Oir.nd: lKlH
3d at., 349 Oraod !., IU Blbl. llouie, S3 Uow.ry.aAO
Odar.. 44SdaT., U24 and S20 Oroenwlch at . 40U
Otb ar.. 152 3d at., ;3 Htb a. . 22 Vfrt at., 677 2d
a,,, 101 (Jreenwlcb ,t., 720 10th ar 117 later., T7.'t
Stbat.. noNaauuat., riU7flthaT 3f33 0d ar.. 087
At B, 123 Chamber, at., HOo Dili ar., 23 Whrtaball
at.. 103 let ar., 20Faltonat.,14 Market t..f5 At.B,
Mil Canal at., i70 Otb ar , 440 (1th ar. i 63 At. O. HI 18
adar., 309 lata,., 41ft K liouatouat., 382 Bonerr.
SOOatherin.at.. 20 Fulton at.. 207 Spring at . 440
(ItbaT., 1PV) 3daT,,2(i01 3dar. Brooklyn-lun Myr.
tie ar.. 27. Central ,t., cor of Columbia: 31fi Broad
way, 1207 Broadway, til Broadway, 103 Broadway,
1300 Uroad. way, 247 Fnlton at . 1211 Broadway,
107 Flatbn.h ar., 831 Fnlton at.. l). Orandat.,4 Myr
tle ar., r24 nth st., 221 Grand at., lib Court at.
d.raay City-A34 Newark ar., 200 Newark ar., 4B.I
Oumminga ar , 34 Newark ar., 70 Montgomery at.
Eaat New York 212 Atlantlo ar.
BRIGHTON BEACH A WEST BRIOIITON BEACH.
" CULVER ROUTE."
BayRldg. Ferry-bon. lean WHITEHALL STREET
terminus of allel.Tatad roada, hourly from 7, 10 A M
to 6.10 P.M Sundays, hourly from 0.10 to 11 10
A. AL, than ball hourly unMI 7. 10 P. M. and 8.10, 0.10
' EXCURSION TICKETS, 40 CENTS,
Oood to return to Brooklyn via Prospect Park and Coney
Island Railroad. ' '
Oil ELM COR.aBROOME
mm CROSBY STS.
Istb. ooly gnuine dealer In leading American and
European Tailors mlsflta at half prioe. Dreaa Malta
Tor aale and hire. Eatabltahed in 1800.
M EIliiBIiBLE CIO.
MU . Tor two years I had
b&r S m rheumatism o bad that
jEtkf I I ltdlsablcdmoforvrotk
J-y I if and confined me to my
MraL I A bed for a whole year,
MaftaV. ,L during which time I
AHIHai var. . rnnlit nnt A.in vl.. m
aanOr A A hands to my head, and
JFKw L for a niontlis could not
nv H r7Sr nvcmyMUInbcd,vrag
m - 1 1 fjHaBannfk rcdnccd In flesh from
S Ai -1-'BBftlWto8aibs. Waatrcat-
MJ aXaWaP'cdby beat physicians,
"-" 7 only to grow worse.
Finally I took 8wlft' Specific, and soon began to
ImproTe. After iMvhllo wnentmy work, aad forthe
past flro months haru been atwell aa I ever was all
from the effects of Swift's S Decide.
- Jodk Rat,
Jan. 8, 183a Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Books on t31ood and SUIn Diseases mailed free.
tmrt Srecino Co., Atlanta, Oa.
MMI I Blood rarlfler. Flesh
arafB A nuutlf)lntt Camplezloo.
OH I C "Oft"! sugar coated. 76 In a
Hwllrlno Ca. New Ynrs-
most ksllfill1. gigfWBSfl
."W",1 .M.BaMia.Nfttlwly. 0,USsM.a MMrlj
MWneez'eC.MMaB4 T.n.y Pi U." wnrls.wlnCuS
U t. k. "jut a. tM4," sill M.4 4 e!fw Wi.lS
LLatlfnlisitlMlutaV"-1 '-J '--" ft'tafcrl.W'Ii fcaaafctJTaa. VJlI'M". li! A jltfr j-
ESTABLISHED 50 YEARS
I9TH ST., '
CORNER OP '
OUR USUAL OFFKRINO OF
OUB GREAT BALEw30NTlNUED AHOTREa
lNOTf.TOKI,Ert, W,LI' cbNTiNuffrJMl
LADIEN, MISSR8 AND CHILDREN'S
TAN COLORED SI10E8 AND TIER
FOR HEAfillORR AND COUNTRY WEAJL
LAlJIEa' TAN COLORED TIES, ORTlfeJLoO,
MI88E8' TAN.00LORK.D TIES, WORTH 01 fA
CHILDREN'S rAN-UOLOHED BUTTOll SHOES.
LADIES' GENUINE KID BUTTON SHOES.
REDUCED FROM 83.00 TO '
OWEN JONES' SONS,
CORNER 1 0TI1 STREET W""J'
AND 8TI1 AVENUE.
LADIES- TTONDgKJJJgL-KU" EIBBW,
CHILDREN'S, DERBY RIBBED FAST BLAOX.
white bole8, sizes 0 to oh, u
popular dry-oood8 house? '
J -TJJSJ&jHi''illi Tlffir-SlUEJIoUSE.
" aOOD8,JATtE TlKALW'ADVERTISKb.
AND WE DO NOT DEPIIND UPON '
ANYTHING BUT OOOD GOODS AT LOW PRIOM
OWEN JONES SONS,
,t .CORNER., J OTH STREET
n ?. r,Afjo 8TH AVE.
SPECIAL SATl "DAY BARGAINS.
SO DOZENS BLACK EMBROIDERED BRETOR
FRONTS OUR .SPECIAL. . """,
00 DOZENS IMPORTED BLACK JERSEY
WAlbTS, COAT BACK, GOOD STYLES, '
FINE FOREIGN JERSEYS. DIFFERENT GRADB&
8PEOIAL SATURDAY BARGAINS
100 FINE FRENCH CAPES AT HALF PRICE.
BLACK CORKSCREW. WIDE WALE, TATLOB
MADE, SUPERIOR QUALITY, wbj
SPECIAL U A rOllDAY PRICES.
COLORED CASHMERE SUITS.
vXF5nq8s7ia,deVN kLh THK NEW AND "
SPECIAL SATURDAY BARGAINS.
CALICO WRAPPERS. '
MADE OF THE BEST PRINTS. IN MEDmilAKD '
LIGHT SHADES, MOTHER HUBBARD STYLES,
CAMBRIC HOUtJB DRESSES. tl.SO. '
1 LOT LADIES' ALL-WOOL CLOTH STnTS,HANWl
SOMELY TRIMMED WITH BLACK BRAlD.OOLOBSt
GRAY ANDNAVY BLUE. i
LADIES' EGYPTIAN COTTON VESTS. ;'
LADIES' SWISS RIBBED LI8LR THREAD VESTS, '
DELICATE SHADES OF BLUE. PINK AND ECBIT)
SPECIAL SATURDAY BARGAINS.
ESTABLISHED oO YEARS.
Should .vlwiji b aied for children UvtMcfa I oothj
the child, often the game, alUjre all pain, onret na
colic, na la the best remedy or dlarrbce. Twenty
five oenta a bottle.
and el.anaaa the blood a'fH
palaonana tetlat waJM
tvsaae Plrnpl..; BloUbea, W ,
Mfs and all Skin Eraptla . I
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NEW JERSEY. (J
FOOT LIBERTY ST.. NORTH RIVEB.
TIMETABLE, MAY SMJ. 1880. , .mmtA
ForEaaton. 4, 7,8.MpA. M.il. J.45, 4.0, 6.SrV,2l
M. Sunrfar.SA I.;5.aiP. M. . f
For Bethlehem. Allentown, Manob Chunk, do., 4. "t
8.S0A M. tl, :i.4S.A.4TP. M. .?
ForWilke.barre, Pittston aad Beraatut, 4, 8.30 A,l I I
3 45 P M "
For lied Bank, LoncBranob, Ooean Orore, tta allraj,
Au. 4.U0. 8.15. 11. IB A. M, 1.30, 4.00, 4.$"?.
U.IQP. M. Sundajia (except Ocean UroM). 4.0'
0.00 A.M. . ,'
For Lakewood, Manebeater, Tome Rlrer and Bernefia,
4.30. 8.15 A. M l.UO, 4.U0 V. Parlor eeieee
1 .10and4.30 P. Ml ' , . , .
For Atlantlo City, Vlneland and Brldseton 4.30 Arl ,
BANDY HOOK ROUTE. , ,
FromPisrRN It. ,i
FOR LONG BIUNCII. ASBURY PARK, OOEAl'
GROVE, Ae. j.
For Atlantlo Hlghlande, Hig bland Beaob. SeabrlM.
Monmouth B.aoli and Ixinc Branch at 4.30. 10.
A. M. : 8. 45. ft. 00 P. M. Sunday, 0 30 A. t .
For F.lberon. A. burr Park, Ooan Grore and P
Pl.aaant 10. 15 A M. 3.45 P. M. Sundara (
Aaburjr Park and Ocean Orol.30 A. M. . Jl
For Lak.Kood, Toms Rirar and IUrneiati.30 A. m.U
SHORTEHT AND QUICKE8T ROUTE '-ft
FOIl l'lllIADKl.l'llIA, HAI.TJAIOKB ANaV'
llJMk ., Jk
Via Central Railroad of N.w J.rseraol r'JW'lEEf
and Heeding Railroad, and Baltimore and Ohio HajA
road, leara toot of Liberty st. , N It .,, im
For Philadelphia at 4.00. 7.4 h. 8.30. 0 30, IJ-PJ? f
M.!l.30. iHO.: 15, 4 Od. 6.00, (K30..7.),lftPft ,
p. if. htyNUAYs, (J.ifo 6 :io a. m. 1 1.30. I
3. 1 5, 5, 00. B. 30. IS. 00 P H. . ,. JX
For Baltimore and Washington daily at S.30()L9f
e.rjnt Sunday) A. M. i J.30. a.30, 3. 15. 5.00, la"
Tra'lna learlni at,7.4ft.' J 1.00 A. M.l 1.30. 4,00,5.31
7 30. ia 00 P? Mhir. eonnalttoVior Ilaadinr. U" (
rlsburc, Pottarllle. Jto. ...i.tA 4
Parlor car, on all train,. HIeeplui eara en inlaaiVI
Tickets and parlor-ear seats can be aMund at7LJ ;
201. 044, 1140. JUWa Brjadwayt 7.17 ftf Slt" '
Waal 1 34th at. . J 35 East i"Atb at. . N.w York 1 4 OjWJi .
at.,, 800 Fulton at., 1)8 Hroadway, Brooklyn. Bjw, j
York Tranaf.r Company will call for and ebaokbaM ,
from hot.' or realdsno. to d.stinatioo. t "
JAMAICA BAY. ATIYEBNC. FAR $
VIA K. Y. AND ROCKAWAY BEACH BAILWA
Uar. foot EAST 34th at. N., Y 0,25. C, U f. Lh
IflM A?&.u,3dVVio. fesMb
Wtt ARVERNK AND FAR ROCKAWAV.Jg