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F ' Wwrlsl '"fraAfe" Spppfythc MUi ef MclnrTHE WORLD r TTTEAdIy EVENING. DEtJSfiR 1890." ' 4 Improve itbnv t'omlltton by a World Sfc ;vj "'$3M
g - ii" 1 j 'i yjhiM
m ion Want to Help Poor Children
ff Sabscrlbo at Once,
fiirlstmas Day Is but Forty-
eight Hours Away.
I THE SUBSCRIPTIONS.
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MILLIONAIRE TREVOR DEAD.
A New York Banker and Ydnkers
Magnate Taken Off.
Banker John u. Trevor, of W Wall treet,
died suddenly this murnlUK at nl realdtuco,
'0 Wtii K.llj.aeveL'h tret. Ueath 1 t-
ttltntea to Heart dl.e it
Mr. Trevor vt rcrr welthr. nl lortone
bine eitlmateil at 10,(kH),0OJ. Two wteta
H "' sou in married to Mlia Scaleltellu, of
B " rc,ror woa liora Id I'tillitlelptila leveDtT
mm ago, and In ibid became a atocK broker
fall itrreL In 1W0 lie wan a rreildentla)
tor on the liepublluan ticket.
- iraor'ei unuutry rem lenco waa nt Voo-
B It is callnl (lleuvlew, ami la a uuzota-
bH . "" hiiuc, wUoie turret can b; ittn
H cavo iiberallT 10 oharltlei, aronns nil
VcUnta belli c ih Kncheiltr 'lfteologla.l
"rr, tUO.OCO; I'nlTeraiiy ol Kocheater,
mw. and Maulaon tiulyeraltj, $0,0WJ.
M SHERIFFS IN POSSESSION.
JBFox i Co., Forced Into Bank
fVuptcy with (150,000 Llabllltiea.
i bl tlry-coodii atoie of 1). Vojk Co., at
'VaBil sis sum arenue wt mil closed 10.
d Id the hands of the tltpulj-taerlffa
ciilar attached the entire stock for
B"eni o the Arm's creditor.
B'ox aald this morniotr that the liabilities
reacti about JljO.ooo, vrhUe the asstta
niiulljr about tbeaame dgur.
prlntipul credltora are li. 11. Cladln &
K3.bM4: KichaM II. Franckcl, tJi,0-s:
1 II. Fox, 14,1M; Ocrtuao KxcUanie
ater 4 Co., of 2H Oteene street, jester
Werinid about Ji.uai worth of goods
IHed from thi-m a month aun, and inn. It
lirtxlpltaud the a-lr. ok of the stock
Witif; ttie store bj other creditors wiio.e
.fe not settled proiujitly.
T Con 1 B Events.
BR..0' C.raDt "" HI"". L, O. I., No. T,
tanoceum Opera-Iluute, lo-moriow etrenln ,
asKW1". ?lnDer for thr rnerubers of the
LEr, 'na Institute, No, S3f lluwerr,Tuurs-
IHUM the Windsor Clnh at Nailur'aDtmJDii
H'.r. ne llnndred and bixinsucel anil
V avenur, Thursday eyenlng.
FEM1LE HIGHWAY BOBBER.
Newark's Police Force Bafflod by
a Daring "Woman.
She Hs;ld Up Old Mrs. Felter and
Empttod Her Pocketbook.
tSriCtAL TO THK ITEMINO WOnttl.)
Nkwahk, N. J., liec. ts. Thetollceof this
city are not a little cnaur.ned to.d iy at their '
fallurn to capture a daring female hlghwry j
robber, who lia lUmimatratrd that It Is too '
eaayfi 'hol.ltjp" and roll clilMns In their
yery doom ays, Lforo dark, and on Ihebnaiest
street in ihe wry heart of the cliy.
Her victim was Jlta. t-aaan Pelter, a
pleassnt old Isdy, axed sevcnty-clcht, who
llvn with her notion the top floor of the build
Init 1M atarket street. To an Ertxtsa Wciii.d
reporter this morning Mrs. Kslttr told this
"Thud Jo.t relumed homo from doing a
MttU 'Ihopplng between 5. 80 and 0 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, and was carrying my hand
bag on my arm. Mr pocketbook was Inside of
"Just as I entered tho hallway from the'
stroet, downstairs, I met a woiakn coming
ont. She spoke to me, hnt her speech wan so
broker) that I didn't understand her pentclly,
but think now she said, 'How late Is It;'
"When I asked her what she wanted, abe
aald, The tlmc-the time.' 'Oh,' I replied,
'If that's all you waul. I gm-s It's about six
o'clock,' and I started to go up. ., is.
'Before I knew whit ah, wis doinir ah?
grabbed the bag from iny arm, openod It and
took out the pocketbook. I tried to stop her,
Unt ihe pushed ine up against the wall and
held me with one arm. wills she ooned the
hall door with the other. Then she ran down
the street as fast as abe could go.
"1 scrsamed, but I can't make much of a
notae, and no one heard me, and Ib'en, too, the
woman bad abut all the doors In the halls. I
tried to get Into Well's tobacco factory, on the
ground floor, bnt there was no one there, so 1
came up on the next floor, where the Kramers
lire, and told them I bad I esn roobed.
1 ' By that time the woman had got away, and
when my boy came home he went and told the
police. I hope they'll And her, bnt I gnesa
she's a cute one. That's about all there is
It was so dark in the hallway and Mrs. Fet
ter's eyesight Is ao poor that ane is unable to
give a perfect description ol her assailant, but
thinks ahe was a German woman about thirty
years old. Bho wore a small black bar, dark
cloak and dress and fur tippet.
People were constantly passing the hall door
way at the time, and William Gresion. iira.
Fdln'a son-ln-Uw, hta a restaurant two
doora below, but no one seems to have sear,
the woman. Mrs. Felter says she never saw
her before aud doesn't remember seeing her
In any stores she visited or on the street, be
forcshe entered Ihe hall-way.
The police are utterly at rea, and detectlvea
ara working blindly on the cite.- Mrs. Fetter's
friends think the woman aaw her open hi'r
pocketbook In some atore and followed her
home, getting In the hallway nhaad of her.
The pocketbook contained f is In bills and 41
cents In change.
The woman did not attempt to me force until
31rs. Falter tried toregiln the back and men
only brld her bag, airulnit tho wall.
'InJeeil, " aald Mrs. Feller this morning,
"she was quite polite about It quite polite."
MRS. WORRELL MAY RECOVER.
The Despondent Female ObeBS
Champion's Attempt atSuioide.
Mrs. Harriet Worrel', the most famous wo.
man chess player In the world, who has pnt to
thctr mettle such antagonist as Htelnltz and
('apt. Uackenxle.and who was called the female
chess champion, la engaged to-iisy In a terrible
struggle for her life, which Is Imperilled
through hr own act.
The lady, who la a widow about flfty.four
years of ag, lives lo the tamllf of Alfred Cole,
Kolton avenuj and Fifteenth sirea'i, College
Point, tiunday ahe swallowed a quantity of
carbolic acid with aulddal Intsst, but her suf
ferings revealed her deed and medical attend
ance w. a anmmoned, and it la now hopsd that
she may recover.
Mrs. Worrell Is of a retiring disposition and
very ataid Iu her manner. For several years
sue is been a auffcrer from epileptic attacks,
which were always followed by periods of
mental depression and melancholia, during
which tlmea sue frequently talked about taking
her own life.
Monday morclng ahe did not appear at break
fiat as nsual, but this exptted u 1 remark as
she was habit o'ally Irregular at meals. At 11
o'clock groans were heard In her room. The
door of whioh was found locked. Alfred Cole,
Jr., a boy, went nutslde and cllmocd In the win
dow and opened tho door.
A boiile of crude carbolic sob', bouibt for
a disinfectant lat Hummer, was found 00 the
table, and Mrs. Worrell was writhing lo great
Dr. Ferrer waa summoned and admlu'stered
copious emetlos, which furnlshel lelief. he
ties lingered be'ween life aud death ever since.
Dr. Ferrer thinks the poison most have been
In her stomach at least twenty minutes. He
says that lucre. Is a posilu'.llty though of her
Bhe has talked very little, but sari that she
was despondent and hardly knew what ahe was
Mrs, Morrell Is well known la oiiess circles
and has played 11 111 iny 1 romment clubs. She
has played very Interesting game wl li
htelnltz, the champion; Cipl. Mackenzie, Mrs.
ailhert, of Holyokr, .Mais., and others of note,
iter gameispsritculurly strong, aud toe vim
and Interest with which she directs a chess
battle is remarkable.
Mrs. Worrell is the widow of Capt. Thomas
II. Worieil, who died Iu thin city hboul 1S7X.
C'jpt, Worrell was au KiiulUli 'gentlemen of
wraith an I formerly an onlcer of the britlsh
During the relen of Maximilian In Mrxlco
Cpr. Worrell s member Of the Bdt.sn
Mcx cau .eg .Hob. AI tie close of his aarvlco
In klexlco ho came to this v.lty, where he re
slileil till nisdrutb.
lie waa very well known In chtas circles and
fonitit many rest haltlea uver the board. Ilia
grtstiat vlitorr was m de'at, while i.ltti
"ol ed, the lire it Paul Mnrphy In a eome.t In
The Captain loatalarg' pnt of his fortune
In this country and left tin widow In uoly rao -erate
circumstance, rioon af cr tils deitb sue
removed to College point, wneresne nas re
sided up tn the present time.
Her raah act was not ftltn.e'hf r a surprise 'o
her frienus, thuuen the expresa great soriow.
A SENATE GAG RULE.
It Was Reported ThU Morning- by
tno Committee on Ruled.
Iirrciit-10 the aroiHO wobld.i
WaitllrinTON, Dec. '.'3. The Senate Commit.
tee on ltulrs this morning adopted the reaolu.
Uju providing for iloiure rale.
It truvldrs fur tnnvlng ihe ptevlourqnestlon
af.er rtoaonsble uebaio has teen allowed on
any m saute.
Doalr forsti Rlolr Itaadache Is Mian cured la 2
hours KcicTSa's LITTLE Ursa Pltxs.- .'
, ' , i' ' i , , ,,
DIVVER DISPENSES JUSTICE.
His First Day on the Benoh at
lie Delivers a Little Lecture with
Ills Mutdcn Decision.
Police Justice Dlvver pnt on the Jud clal
ermine tor tne tint time this morning, and sat
as a magistrate at the 'lotous Court, lie ex
chauged seats Willi Justice 'iMilte, aod tho
latter became l.aitner and prompter to the
Justice Diivor preenied-a very credpable
appe.ir.tnoe on iba vonlaack. Ills naturally
shrewd fare wiia eolemnl' aobir ami Judicial In
llscxprisiioiii and " tie Court" disposed of a
score of canni w.tti illjiniy.
Much tuore time wan consumed by the wort
than Is usually allowed by the Police Magts
ttates, and Judiie DUvtr seemed bent on de
ciding each case on lis merits a lulus quite
novel In New York Police Court practice.
The Court seemed to rely tn some extent on
the evidence presented, rather than to depend
wholly on Its utn Judgment, formed In a two
initiate scrutiny of tne. faces of irlsoncr and
There is somo n.erlt lu thin, as In nine cues
onr of ten the faces of both plaintiff snd
prisoner In Police Court are battered and dls
figured by drink and each other's digits.
Justice D vver'a maiden decision was to the
case of the People agalust Martin Moloney.
Martin la eighteen years old nnd lives st US
Avenue c Ho was arretted, yesterday In a
beaatir state of Intoxication, and didn't tieny
lu Jude Dlvver cogitated a momeut.welghed
society against the parents or the youth, and
il-eu, deciding against lb latter, said:
".Martin, yuuaretoo youni to get drunk.
You ought to be ssiiaincd of youiself. Wny
uoin you uennvu ion ue au nouur auu creun
to your father! You are nned U."
Justice Divvr then looked over a collection
of four blear-eyed beauties, who were brought
In irom Mulberry street lieud by omcer Peter
nun, of the Iillzatieth atreel aqua I. 'the view
wai not satiafactoty, and as neither of the
women oftercd uny excuse for exlatence nil
four were dtspoaed of luconlcaliy by the new
" One month on the Island. "
Jimmib Henry and Jlromle Mitchell, who
had been arrested for stealing clothlug from an
n'd man In Cherry street. Turnlelied a looger
trial. Neither or the young men could con
coiro how suspicion ever tell upon him, and
each told alougstoryof his pedestrlaulsm In
Cherry street, with "dc cupper 'rested tne"
for a climax, but with never a word about old
Henry was stabbed about forly times In the
back six weeks ago, and no sunyested ua an
exi lanuttun ul til. .ro.cnt trouble that he had
been trying to work up evidence Klnt "de
parity wat slabbed me,'" aud may be the friends
of the stabbing parly were trying to get him,
the atabbed. locked up ui.d out of tne wsv.
Jndge Dlvver lirtcued wnti grave perplexity
to these stories, and aa the bwede was too
drunk to tell what happened, the Court dtt.
charged everybody with injunctions to go and
stral uu more.
Jiititnle Coleman's pretty slater approached
the auKuat tuasUtrate alter this aud asked
what her brother was locked up tor. The
books showed that Jlunn'e nad been brought
In inucn more drunk than was kood lor a
Sister cried aod mossed her Irlzzes, and the
tender heart of Justice Dlvver wua com
pletely unmsnno I. He whlspcicd earnestly
to Justice White, who hod committed .lloinile,
snd the result was that the lad w an brought
no out of the Tombs, and Justice w hite signed
hta Uncharge, much to the satisfaction of the
M.tcr kissed and cried over Jlmmle and said,
" God bless you," to Judve Divvtr, and then
led tne led awny for Christmas.
Frederick Forre.t, who bad theaied Italians
and Clilnam n out of qu irtera an i halt dol ara
for elletcd dues to the PolUe Department, was
held lor trial by tne new Justice, and even the
caie ui Aiiraneiu neruaieiu, wati.eu iu uaui
Inore for stealing Jewelry, did not stick Judge
Divver. He remanded Vernsrein pending the
arrival of the necessary exiradlilon papers.
Then the calendar waa given a round no by the
Usuance of a summons to a llowery Jeweller
wno hml aula ' gold natch that wasn't gold to
fauiniy Hoovers, a B.xiicn.yeur.old f-econu
Alter tnts Justice Dlvver got up and shook
himself aa If he nad performed u duty satla
iHctotlly to hlmielf and thankfully, at If he
were itlad that necesaity had not compelled
him to send more of bis neighbors Into tem
FOREIGN HEWS DF THE DM.
Mrs. Birohall's Eeported Engage
ment to Arthur Leetham.
Irrxr ar cable news srxcub.l
London, Deo 23. It is ststed on the highest
authority that .Mra. Birchall Is engaged fobs
married to Arthur Leetham, of Montreal, ner
late husband's college chum.
Inquiries made at the office of Mr. Htevenaon,
Mrs. lllrchall'a father, who for many yeura baa
been connected with the London aud North
western Hallway, i isclosi-d the fact that he
had resigned from the service of the Company
In consequence of the disagreeable notoriety
the murder trial bad given Mm.
It Is added, on the same authority, that the
marriage will occur soon and be made as
private as possible.
Spread of the Great Railway Strike
Ul CAHie TO TBE PRESa MEWS SBSOCUTIOX.l
(Ji.abooiv, Dec. S3. The ra'lway strike I aa
exunded to Edinburgh. Five thousand men
uro uow oat and IrarBo is completely suspended.
The Delayed Funds from Bishop
Ryan at Lhet Received.
IIiVKLar caulk Krws srr.cUL. 1
Dl'BUN, Dec, S3. Bishop John I.ysler, of
Achrony, County Mljo. has received the K00
sent h'.m some time sluce by Illsuop ityau, of
lluffelo, for the starving poor on the west
The cause of the delay lias not yet been ex
ruined. M. Jules Ferry Soon to Return to
BT ramK TO THE rUEas NEWS ASSOCIATIOX.)
I'min, Dec. S8. .M. Jules Kerry will shortly
return to active political life.
He has b'in uomlnated ua S'Ualorfor the
Department of tho Voitca uuu will undoubt
edly le elected.
A German Strcnsr Mnn to Vltlt
America as en Unknown.
iDUNLir CAmr srwi spicisc. I
LosnoN, Dec vs. H.nJow, Ihe Herman
weigh;. niter, who, wltn hU pupil, lirU, has
crta ed so great a tessutlon here, said he
would go to Aui.-rica Inognlto und look the
pi ice over to sec If there was any chance to
He has mad an agreement wltn Joe Mc
Aulllfe to develop the lattct's H'UMsles and
frame, while McAulltte will teach him lo box.
Report that the Kaiser Is to Visit
U CAIIIE TOTUErniSS MWS ASSOCUTIOt.)
UisbON, Dec. Si A report comes Irom
Ucrlln that tho Ilmperor William has decld:d
I to visit Paris Incognito.
I Hi will go subsequently to Cannes, and pro
ceed ILcme to mu Hemo.
Eyraud's Disease May Yet Cheat
the French Guillotine.
(nuMAr rABLr. xewb sexriAL.l
Pakis, Dee. 80. Ihe murderer Kjraud lo
dying by lathes, and will. In all probability,
never live to be gulllo.tncd, unte.s the exetu.
t'on shonl t be ordered at ence.
Ue is suffering from an aggravated cue of
GOV. HILL WON'T BE THERE.
Reasons or His Absence From the Re
form Club's Babqnet To-Night
Ills Name Left Off the List of Speak
ers Mr. Shearman Tells Why.
Kx-rresldent Grover Cleveland, Gov. Iloraie
llo'esof lows; Gov. -elect William P. Iliissell,
of Massachusetts, aud other notables from all
sections of the country, will sit down to dinner
In the njuquet hull of the Mad sou require
The dinner will he notab'o Ur something
uther t'iun tho presence of so many famous
rulllclsns, and that Is the absence of a cr.
nonage of no mean repute, who, nltnuugn an
Invited guest of the Itefnrm Uuu, which I the
host of the occalon, has declined to be present.
Gov. David II. Hill Is the Individual in qiu-a.
Iion, and he has relused to aixcpt an InWiatluu
which lie considers grudgingly given.
The dinner la lo celebrate ihe rtcent ere it
victory at the polls lor the principle of tariff
reform, and the greatest tariff reformers
throughout tho length and brcuiltit of tho land
nere Inv ted to tit present and share In the
T hose Invitations were istued bv a c .mnilltce
of arrangements, wltn thee incurroni.0 of tho
Hoard of Tiuslees of the Uelorm Club.
Among toe names which wiro naturally re
ferred to the Board of Trustees waa that of
Gov. Hill, whose work la tne intcriat ol taillT
reform lu Ohio, the Virginias and New urk
waa conspicuous last Fall.
The members seriously discussed the pro
priety of Inviting Gov. Hill lo dine at the same
table with ex-Presldent levelanil, aud his
sincerity as a telormer was Irequently brought
luto question. I Inally, on a division, It wan
decided by a bare majority of one out of fifteen
votes to Invite him tnotrtar case of H to 7. Tho
eighth man waa Thomas G. Shearman, who
glories In the fact that he U an original Mug
wump, and baa evolnted from a Mugwnmp
Republican to a Mogwutup Democrat.
The news of thla close vote reached the
Governor, bathe would perhaps have thought
little of tue affair. 11, on arranging the toasti,
he who bad been ao conspicuous as a champion
of tariff reform should be condemns I to sit
still while others were talkiugund have no up
tnnlty to express his opinion on the refoims of
the hour. '
Toe sub-committee of the Committee of
Airaugrniente having lu charge the mstterof
speechts bud assigned toasts to Mr. Clevilsn I,
Gov. Boles, Gov. -elect llusaell. Representative
Mills snd beuator Carlisle, but utterly IguoieJ
the roau who contributed so much to tho suc
cess ol the principle widen the dinner Is to til
ebratu by his speeches In McKmlcy's district
Thomas U. Shearman, who had the casting
vote In the Board of Trustees which resulted
In Inviting Gov. Hill, aald to-day that Ihe story
of this difference Is true.
" 1 believed lhat as Governor of the State be
should be Invited," said he, "aud also be
cause nf his work for tarlfT reform. '
"Of course. Gov. Hill Is a politician, and he
Is loosing alter bis persunal Interests; but I
think he is sincere on the tatltf question, al
though I cannot lorpet ibat ue cauiu to Brook
lyn in Dei ember, lbb7, aud dillveted anbid
protectionist speech. 1 think ho Is converted.
" lie has good Ideas aiiuut bxliut triorm,
and some which the Leklslalure would have
done well to adopt.
"For these reasons I believed Gov. Hill
ihonld have been our gueit, but uome of hla
own irlcnds voted acamst Inviting him te
I'suso of a fear that the genoral leeltna In the
Ciud would be nvir.e to suoi a course.
"I do not understand wny be was hot given
a toast, tn respond to, becaiias there were
several of his friends on the Committee which
arranued them, nolanlr K. r,llcry Anderson.
"Regarding tne talk lhat thla dinner is a
Cleveland boom. I will say that I don't believe
you can get together u meeting of Democrate
or Republicans in the land but It cm be turned
Into a Cleveland boom Just now. Thla dlum r
was not gotten up lor mat purpose, tuougn,"
Tue Bosrd of '1 rustees is composed of l.vercit
P. Wheeler, ex-hecretary of the 'treasury
Fslrehlld, Horace K. Dcinlng. Jonn De W Itt
Warner, Jason lllniiian, Calvlu Toinkluo,
l.oma Windmoller, K. llery Anderson, Robert
G. Monroe, Henry De Purest Ualdwlu.lhoiuas
G. Mnearman, Henry B. B. Mepler, Willi ui
S. Updyke, A. A. Realey arm GUatav II.
Waller 8. Logan, of 18 William street, one
of the dinner committee, aald that tue feeling
was alruott unanimously In favor of Inviting
the Governor, even thoae members who had
heeu moat earnest In lighting bun politically
Joining In the request.
There might be dinners, he thought, where
Gov. Hill would be out of place, aucn as at a
ballot reform or a civil service rciorin d.nuer;
but vrnero a dinner was arret gru to celebrate
a tariff reform victory, it would be only fair to
invite so conspicuous sn advorate ns Guv. lib .
S-j far c ine aieakiut' la rnnevrned, he said
that no repttsentative of S.w Ion mate u uu
Kx.Prtsldrnt Cleveland will speak, bnt he
waa cousldtred as representing thu wuole
country rather than a section.
Tn uiemboiaof the Committee of Arrange
ments are: Henry U. II. Htapler, K. Knery
Auderaon, Aaai mMyiuau leiclval Farquliur,
August Lewis, Waller S. I.ouun, Geornc
Parker, Edward B. Whitney, itlca. I). Wood
ward and l.ou s Wludmnller.
Lx-Clty Chsmberlslu William M. lvim is
one of thu member of tie Club, und i
onarjed with engineering sul dliectlng the
opposition to tne Gov eruor. .
"It is an absolute und abominable He, so fsr
aa 1 am concerned, " said he io-.iay. 1 nuve
not beeu at the clubhouse for two mouths; I
utn not on the Dinner Committee; I have not
I urcbased a ticket lor ihe uluiiur. In lact, I
navs been inlmiluv my own business.
"Nor have 1 spoken lo any one concerning
Gov. 111(1 or his attendance at ihe dinner at
any time or lu any place.
"After tbeae statements you can underiland
why I cnsiacierlce the stnry ko haranly aa au
abaoluie and abominable llu in Ua lefcreuce lu
POLICE JUDGE ASSIGNMENTS.
The Slate Will Be Made- Up at a
T!oetlnp; Next Monday Kvnnlntr.
The l'oard of Police Jus'lcea will mcei at
Jefleiaon Market Monday evening next and
make Lsslgumenls of Justices for the year,
Justkea Kllbrrth, G'licilly nnd I'jrd will be
assigned to Special Sesslors.
Hi.oubl Mayor (lr.nl not appo'nt iiicresiors
to .Justices Smlin lino Murray bi fore mat time
thosi gentltuien will be as gned aud tnur
aucceisora will sit In their stea.i.
HOLIDAYS FOR CONGRESSMEN.
The Houbo on McKlnley's Motion
Adjourns Until Friday.
IsrrcriL to tbe EvrvtNo wcmi. n.l
Washinctos, Dec. S3. On motion of Mr.
McKlnley to-day It waa asrred that wheu Ihe
House adjourned It be to meet nn Friday next.
Ihe House adjourned at ls.SU u'clook.
GOSSIP OF TUE SPORTS.
One Day's Entertainment of Throo
Eureka Gun Olub Men.
Tom Muhcr (loos Down to Help
Train .T.ick Dempsey.
Anoldstorv, but a coo I one, has Just runt
to light abiut tliieeut llio cluck shots nf the
Kureka iun I'luli, of this c'ltj-l.ojli II.
SC'.ortimcier, ittirlcy smmltll mil I.iae
Fleming ho went mil ll'hlug one broi'itig
hot 1 1) Inst Minimer. As they were m.lv yiilug
nut .tin urn .oat fur n kood das'a ipiit Ih-jy
se, cried the lower bay us their llahluii ground,.
They vrcie souiewnere In the vlclully of tliu
extreme end of St.iten Inland, on I ns t tie y
were nearly c itched to doalh with the heat
and had been tiniiiccassful in ttictr efforts lo
catch tlsn, tnct cuai'iiidcd to tak tip anchor
nnd go us'iore for some nice, cool refreshment.
When thev got tho leer It was hot and Oat, as
ttiriKaloon-kuipcr had no lie and had lipped
the keg lour dijs prior to this uumotablj ur.
'liie bojs by this nine) were sick ad dl
gutted, nnd they giive vunt to their fcolinirs as
they Bled out of the hut and lurk In their boil.
They rowed down uriiiiinl a polat to look fur
new fishing grounds). As liny rounded Ihe
point they tame lu night ol a ncut little In o
story cottage, Willi an American rUg' dusting
irom the tlagsiuff. 1: did not take ll'Sin bog
to nuke a lauding, as mo establishment had a
very InviliiiK upiienr.inue. There waa ever)
Indication ol evcrylhlLi; being kept In mat
Tue thiralv lls-crs Milked rttrtit up Into tie
houae mill .reeled u viry riamctuble old gen
llemali in u iWllbk' eult v.llh, "Sa), my gold
fellow, hate ynu u.it any fresh mil i.eejr here
on Ice ;" '1 he stronger bowed aud said he had.
"Well, open lis .1 kg. "said one uf lliotrln,
"for we urn neany diad." Ihe flsherinati
responded in jt he hid no keg, but uu could
ulru them li idled here.
"Mi II, let ua M ive tirec bottles, aud be lu
a hurry about it. "
'1 In) geailcuiau s epprd Into the next room
and tcinriHd wilii tluee of tho iiiosl refresh.
Ing bullies of tccr that- the men had ever
"'lhat la the kind," aal.l Swindell, and
wheeling around sild, "Governor, give ns
three more bottl, , , nil lusfce't a lively tnoto
on jou. " 'I her were delivered In quick Old r
and sivallowcd nliuost as rapliiy.
"Just do that unci' nn re, my good friend,"
said Ike. "und our Hies will then bo out of
'1 i.e third round was serrcd ss readily ns the
fltst two, mi i niter iiiot had quaffed It mid
Ouls led ein.ickltig their lit, nicy hauled nut
tnilr rolls ul b.lla, telling the stranger that
they woiilu nuiiuiilze mm every t.nic they
taiuu to the Ixliud.
'I tie gi'iiilemm thanked them very kindly
snd sa.il that in) should be I leaee I to have
them call nt any 1 line
'Iney nh"ered t.lin their money, btittollielr
astorilshtneiit lie dicllurii to accept It, staling
that tin r w re In a prlvute rishiug club, where
they could only be received as gueats.
If iver three men vvisue.i that the earth
would open and swallow them It waa ihrae
very three men. Tucy were relieved irom
iiiilr enu arra-ntuetit by tight or ten men coin
ing out or tne other room with broad grins on
their faces, who mude .ho gunnels ss welcome
is the nowcislu May, and msde ihrta remain
lucre the rcat uf tho duy a 'heir guests.
Tno fourth annual names or the Prospect
Usnleis (senior aud Junior iioss-coumry team
chamtilons of Amcilcit) und Company K, 'Hilr
leenllt Keglimni, will be held WeduiKila)
next (New dear's Kie) at the armory, Mai-bu-h
avenjo and llanaon place. 'Hie events
to bo decided, which are open to all uma
tecrs nre ns tolloers: 50-yrd dosn naudt.
cau; -Ho-yind run, novice, scratch; one-half
mile rnu, liaudlcap; ane mllo run, handicap;
our-half, m le walk, novice, scratch; one mile
walk. Iiiiuini-np; running lilgn Jump, handi
cap. In fact liii only cvmt which la not o en
to all Is the one-mile ran, heavy matching
Tom Manor, of Willliimaburg, left this city
at 4 r. M. yesterday nlternoou for Galveston,
'lex., tn uasist la training Jack Drmpsey for
his riant with I'lirnlintnotis. He received
Jack's despatc I about the middle of the day
aud lost no time In getting staried,
Harry Adrlaneo'a record of S3! Is the highest
aeore in u nm ever been made by a member of
tbe Chestnut Bowling Clnb.
Ttc new cycling and athle'ic building, Noa.
3'M and ail) West Fllty-nli,tli ntteet, will be
thrown open for lUBprctlon thiaetenlna- be.
tvvtrn ii, e hours of 4 ami lu o'clock. A large
number of Invitations tmve been sent out.
Thr annual meeting of the Eureka Oun Club
was hi Id I. i.t ulgiilnt Sit) Uleccker street and
the yeaily prizes ylven nut. Lonla II. benonc
meler was presented with the gold uiedsl In
Clasi A tor the hKhest total In MI out uf the
ten shoots of the past year. Mr. Cnasr, of the
New York.hcsqueuuuuaaiid Western Kailroa I,
received ihe snver medal In the same class, D.
Ilutur-ir the third prize and "King" D.rtley
In Uas B, Vr. A. Hchniults was the recip
ient of llrtt pr e, u Imndsoiue gold me 'ai of
iqiulv lue tu Class A, I'rrablirt .1. A. Mcksn
nceiv.nr the silver medal for his marksuian
"hip. Ser.it. Strouu gut third prize snd Ike
The sing party of the Nonpursll Alttleilc
Club lust night was laigely attended and
gteitly enjoyed, especially the wiud-up be
tween the colored gentlemen with whitened
It Is thought that the Inilm-r haetall at Mad
ison bqustu (lanleu wilt prove very Imerestiug.
If Andy llowen au I Austin (il'.hous do fight
It will donoiless be a contest well wc-rtri aeeiu ,
as the aie both clever men and excellent
There will be a valuable silk banner pre
sented tn tne clun scoring the nignoii number
of pol'its at tin' bixing tournament tur the
.Middle stales champlotishln lo he irlienJuu.
1.1 lu tuo Academy ul Music, Brc-oklin, under
the ausptcis of the arana Boat Club.
LONG VOYAGE OF THE SERVIA.
'I he cunard Hue steamship Perils arr ved at
her pier ul V o'clock this rnu.ulug, after u nine
day passage. Ordln'inly Ihe Sirvla arrives
Mouday, and has made the westward passsge
In seven ili).
The genial Cjpl. Wslker, Llcuieaaut It. N.
It., met an KikNisd Wcini tin putter amilln.ly.
lie aald 1'iut the t ause of tne .low pussane wus
h cthIsi ut headwind and u very strong one.
otherwise the pskauge was pleasant.
Among the paeaeriuers weie loin. P, M.
Ilirber, I. . v.. Walter leer. In. F. W.
Hridncr. II. Catiiegle, F. II. Hsklu, II. (..
Field, Mr. ami Mr. J. Lncnn li-lier, Rev.
llJlOMie" C. Froa', Rv. 1. 11. VVlilnU.8, Jnhll
J. Wtlilarns and George A. A. Weal,
Illnoss of Judgo Androwa.
'-ucremi Court Judge Gcoiue P. Audreiva,
whuwes taken s rioaaly 111 on the I em h ) eater
day aittruoon, was still alerpinj uudcr the lu
fluiitce of oplsics when uu Hisi'U Woiiiii
reporter tailed at his house, I'.'l Fifth avenue,
home liupiovciaent In his con ilium was re.
polled. It 1 not taought that Ihe Juuge'a.llle
is In uny Immediate driller.
I MOST APPETI2ING-EASILY DIGESTED.
The Van Houtf.ns process lenders thci cocoa easy cf f
digestion and develops in the highest dc. rce its tlelicio'T.
aroma. It is an excellent flesh-former, fif'per cent, greater
than the best of other cocoas.
Van Houteets Oogoa
I "BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
VAN HOUTEN'S COCOA ("ones triad, always usad") Is uars-jfaaf, par,, salable 5
9 Ooooa,loTentad, anisde and puCented In tlalliand, und Is toln balltr nnd $
2 SMtirsy soluble thinn aay of tbe ..knarouslrattntlains. In faet, ULstanaraUy adult 4
r ttdslloTarEuropaindaco:ntsrtira tast wlllsaaily proya that axaAarCoooa stasia thla f
Invnninr': la solubility, axrMabls Usts and uuuittvs qualiliss. "Lsnait aals is klia G
( WOll- AskforVkX IIOC-TI.SSiJlDTAIE HO OTHEn. U If
FORCING THE RACE ISSUE.
Proposing: an Apportionment with
tho ColoredVote Loft Out. I
(srVCIAL TO TBI XVENtXO wont IJ.I
W Asl'.INdTov. Dec. SX Ihe Republicans
having made the threat that when the Appor-1
ionmont Mil coitus over to the Sena'o trim I
the House an effort will be made to reduce I
the tepnsrntjtlon of Mlainl;pl from seven to
four nieuil era, the Democrats are thinking af
fjicuig the whole roue Issue by proposing u
general reduction uf representation baaed upon
lue d'.afrHiHlilxcnieut ol the tolotcd vole. ,
Tne 'uiiiherii lenders all ixprcsa Hum elvnsl
ss w.lllli.' to oie lor u reilui'.Uou nt tipie.
aentnt on In Cunvrese, if by lhat eourne iney
cau id rid uf Iho co.orcd tote ns u d atutlnng
FATAL GRIP IN NEW ORLEANS.
It RnltJOB tho City's Doath-Iiato'to an
Isvyrisi. to the avymKii wont n.l
Nl'w Ohi lsnm, Dec. ti. -There are nearly'
30,otX) easel of influenza, or gtlp, In th.s city,
many of I'lcin very serious.
To the pn seme of this epidemic la tnrgrly
attributed the mr lu tbe death rate, whioh,
with S3') deaths In the past week, reached Ihe
highest olnl ever atta'.nod, except during the .
yellow leicr scourge lu ISTK.
FROM THE WORLD OF LABOR.
Children r wutVlnu In Citiuinnati for wiftf s n !
luw m a irntii tnliy.
On t;lun"lmn K tti Ofsltr ( ttie Knights of
Ijstiur will !( iwrnl n -iri old.
Ilia r'ntton ol iftictn tf l.tkctV Unlua iNo, 'Ji
wi 1 1 silt o )i co iiMxt Htiitnlir,
1b Knlita ot lahor tud tlm Urinrr of otttli I
l)i)(tt iHct tn carry thti h(te i!i 18'JJ upju
A tisnehuf tti Wurkmi-n' Crmtmlt-m Smtftj
Mill bt fornifil t Kri.ii-.ai IUII. In t'mun Hlli, I
H. J., nn Jan. 11.
l.&krra' Uniun Nrt, H4 hat withilrnwn tti bojimtl
from lH Krouts'sB btLfrf, a, uoiun uiea are uou em '
In aildllhui tn ttwilonstioii nf (23) tti4 atriltnR '
plaiin-Turiiikliur Iut tfirlfxd a loin vl I,wg
from 1 iiTuiiurtfUorkeTs' UoIod No. 7,
Ijrp 'rphipiil Uoltib No. 19. which a organ
ln in rlrni in. N. tf., a ter wuii kco It ),
1. AlcUiuiUfll, will rarvlvA Ita chatter nit wnk,
Hi ihocrnakor nf I'll tarttihlr will 1m rnrcau
lend tblt tk 1 jr Marry J. hkffDtiKtun. .National
hctretarj ut tha Hoot iiti hh'Mi Wurktr' Onion.
'I lift raiato 'lradai Aimbljr hav pad rotu
tloni rinrtaaiuic Ita jr.ntnicat.fin at in in.filvctlun
of ram li'impin aa 1'rwitdent of tb Ainonoan Fad
i at ion of Jasihtr.
Tim ntrlk of Contractor Koch'a rloaVmakaro. CO
WtUrr ttrtsa!. inntlnna unabaUd. Iba striken
nr rpinforted Tvtrdajr by tba outtUa wurkvr
riftrn Uliscianl. Trctturarof thf Italian Ilarbern
AKoclatlon, rtp'trtt tuat ai far d'J.Hj havt lrMn
onlifittl to mlstln a Uwr wli" la tn tt thahun
day law for thnin In tbair tflort of chinf tha
barbar shopa on hulldaya.
Tha Anialcamitcd HriMwnrkra and tba mam
hart of tha I'ti.rnix Labor Club will raaka auotiier
atumpt thla oTantng to organlca tin mnn wiukm
at Cunovrr'a ahop,
ClaarrckTh Union No, V)5 icalud fir raw
nmmbfra lait WMk. Toa raielpta fir duaa wara
HIjiI tu. Fur tha atrlklim rlcr Uakara or Ham
burc addltfunal 4)15 warucotlecieJ
Tha wagt-a nf lVfTar A Co 'a clear. mskarf, 20J
ITowvi. wra ii-dutfd h pur crut. yattardcy, and
thfy ate nuw on atriko, Mmt of tutu ara itununlnn
men aud only afiwbalong tu Cigar Makera' Union
lhinaa J. O'ltoltly haa brrn .ctfd daligat- tn
the Htsta Co.igreM of Aaaamblirii, to La lirld In
Alban) on Jan. la, by I)lalriit Airiinbiy No. 'J20,
K til J, llrtKikln, with Inttruolluua to urga upon
IU Coajtrea to taka political aotion nail fall,
Thar Furniture Manufacturers Unlnn held a aeoret
nintittng Ust nWlu at tha Unit than Mouse itlaAuta.
Ing ib etnke it Ilroun llroa. sh'ip, A commliif
wh Ititaliy appointed tb confer with the atrlktrx
Tha new nfHcTB nf Carpenter' Union No, V, nf
thu United llrnthmhi-od. ara. Augum VVlnlelmaun,
IVoatidf-nt; ;tiarlea Ulnch, Vicol'reaidvnt, John
V op a I, aVInsncial Meiretary Fred hohtf, Traafurr,
William Dirynr, IteorUing Hecnttarv: Uliirlta
botiutit, cunduclvri llenr Wahlmauu, Wardan.
Only four acat" aa worklnt; at Alderman
Many lUrfaatrike sh'tp. XiWarran atreet. Out of
Ihe arrikeis who happened to spas L tnttin pickets
Jttcrdry waa apprnaom-d by a poiiitman whum bos
lart had potru In front of tlithop, and thiaai
nvd witU buddy Injury if ha did not jeare the block
It lias ben sulrt that tha Chlcsgo carpenters
ws-ra delonted In Uielr elatbour etrika Thesu aie
tha facta In ttie tasei aKe ira from 17H to Ulii
cvfiiiB par hour thu aferaga bojra being mnn and a
hair per day. tii wagea nuw tana frum UU to VI
centa per hour, ndih inaj ritj of the nii-n wuik
eight hoar par day. May ail wurkinen thus he de
Ilakera Union No. 53 has nominated fur trSi
dent Fred flacker and Many rhlng; litd Week
ere and Clierle4iarird, 'or Vice rres.dint; (ieo.
IaU snd Charles Kngel, for Ha,ording Mecretsrv i
Julius drnulM, for Curreepondlnaf hncratary , John
l.hrman and l'ttr H at-r, fnr 'Jreaiurar. 'lna uleo
tlun will take place ou Jen, 3.
The National Pa.trrn.Maknrat league, wiinne
beaiiutrteie ere In rinladclphia, he now ovr
ll.i 0 irainbeie urg;nUdin thirty .tx l.scil unions.
Ita nit anouil ifinentn. ufl ba held lq tha hut
Monday In Febiuary in Chicago.
Furniture Worueia' Union No. 5 haa elactadG.
Vundeurelder. Prisident, (1. Miller, lc.rr,..
dent. F. I'artuscit, tinaneisl hr retar Fred
.leiha, hlallttloiam Nicholas rilsfa end II. Mcbws.
berg Kivcullre Ooraniltte, I'nul Waavner an I
f'lisrlea IMaetner AuJiurs; Kit-hard Haber and
John Herxel, Irusteae,
The United alsttiinlits' Union haa Indorse J tbe
resolutions adopted by the ltrlt fioolalivts after
Luctan Hanlat had beeu re ud admission to ttie
convention of the Amerieaii heteration of l.tbo-.
To tha lockfd'out ahoemakra of Itoohester, iJ
wera donated. The i ett(ate of the mtners were
tendered a vota of thauks lor tnalr aupportof the
T. V. Foetdrrlj and Patrick 1 ord tave falleu nut.
The tnrmar, whouaal tu ay tnat tua Utter hu-1
been hie tttst tchr lu ec tinm!-, now calle him a
p jliticsl adrenturvr who from a itatadln nf ju.tlou
a id rUht, has become is n era llursry lltisun, aid
ail lb s only bersuse these two nieu do n .1 aru
about thequeailcn of trew tndt and protektlon.
Kkera Union No.Ul ha crdere 1 a naw IU if. '1 ha
nominstlon uf ufrli.srasre Christ eteraiid Her.
man ornif r, for Firaident , Fhillp llas, for ut
rreHident: W II lain ISunnwald and II, ileP-, tor
Fi!.anflYi Hetrbtery i ltrge Saainwsld and II, hit
Inn ach lager, fur itecording hecrt-tary, .Matthuw
lebrenn and M Iiaui Albrs, ft-r CorrHiMiudiiig
Kucretary Andrew Albrecht. for 'Iraasurer, An
thony i-iickrasn, Charles I -el out and M bcbai
doker, fur hirgeentsLArnja. The e'cctlon will
take placa uu Jan, id. At thuja! regular uiectiug
ttlA,U werera-elTed Inruues.
The pr spectsnf forming a National organUation
of ruachlnl-itt se of tne very basjt, and a geiiftal or
gsimer for tin trsde will aiMin appointad by the
tifci.tiTe Coiuuilof the Atuericsii Federation of
IheCerinsn I'alniers Union enrolled aTen new
mem urs at their ihular uutttiug, .Mviik )ett
ger. WoeUj-, baa r and htholar wi nlai.it 1 a
omtmttt tocoiiiir wltii the Central .Labor ConfnU
eratioQ lu Cm matter ul amalramatllig all pslnters'
unUrs in thu city. Ihe rcHuie ware 4b.' l&,tbe
eipendltures amounted to 4119 U3.
Ilakcrr. Union No, SI hts reconsidered its action 1
nt t tu enroll any ore rnembrre until MarcU 1, 'ihu
lutfintt-rsi hi r afti4ad hf . t'enti 4Ch tuilufray the 1
exptn-s ol tfe delagsta to Ilia cinTciilUm it the I
Aiu-Tican r'aiterattoii of i.ab.r at ltroit, I h
e1Htioi of olhtfr will taka piaie ciu luc. i7. .Mom-
lere tekln; wurk outtiJu of the etnploinunl bureau j
will be ttiepftidsfd.
An attempt tuorgatlza the two thoutinl lcckad
iiui girl nt flaria'a O N. I thread m.llawilta
inedstal Cormi) slltsn Hell, Kearn), N, J,, to-day
I y Mkjt Ida !, Van Ulan, lat-r u a iiit-atltitr of
the motrars of thu girls will b Leila 1 to iniluo
them nut to ptriit In setting lb girl back to work
lni the lsaaiit4 nhouid aiHCfad m priKinlur a
a thctant nuiiiLer ft ski'leil wurkmn tutakathei
pUr of tv striking sptonre 1 li litter list 1
epnaU1 to I'reoideitt liomtM-r, uf the r eieialbm
uf Lautr, tuavsUi theiu in their etniggU I
Cit,ar Mskern' Cuiou No 144 urautel the union I
lab-l in twti minulaclunrai yet-teruay, 'I lie locked
ut shornisker4 of lioc:ieLr vara aateurtd of tl.a
duaUiUI mid moral aid of hv Union and uJlU St a
yltaii I tha deli get (on uf thetuilaiing pHp.u bub
.rlpliou iiats will bs teircutaiv 1 in ihr hop, I
Itan 1 Harris h. J Arundel acd amual h.bitu.
koftltz wt-ra nominated ss tf!gtt .,r the utit
Couveuilou of ttie Mite Felt-rulon of l,ajsar. the I
election tu take p.aca uu Jan, IT, .
ICFAIr" TIIK Hill lU'TfONS At COf-
nny Ing each uibeot lUUrtvN SO A I sin you will '
usvuvir man features whluh mi l make tbia delight
ui toilet adluuit an abulutly InJUpeuaebl uy
".s-iiity, Cl&tUafe and all drugg.sta.
I.VJ.It V woman suould know that Carter'a Ultla
l.ivcr lite sre a itciriv fir s 1 hs-adaHO. One
pill a dofta. A woman can't sun 1 Mrthlutf, '
AaU for AM'IIOIt IIUAM) hlllUTsT ,
Norel Sty a for Hulidsy VAear,
' I. ION IIUAM) COM. Alt.
"MAM " Holiday bty u. " ItOL'KKT." ,
Diamonds, 0o I
Watches, $. weekly,
FVhKV AK.-H.I.K KUILV lit' lt A.NTHil).
'S.l.1 IIKOAllWAY, )IM'. 1. O.
OI'K.N KVKMNUM U.Nrlt. i'HKISTMAb.
N.alactad easts a apaialty. Sand far n.ia,,
O.B.MILTIOY, U. 8. Claim k'y,
2 3 llioadway, N T , aad Bos iiv rVuhirtitoa.
File EeaflF-IaflB CIollu
0tin; to llio (lentil of
Mr. DAN'L L. CORNELL
Wo luiuouiico the following
SPECIAL PRICES ;
Children's 2 and 3 piece Suits,
$460 to $11; formerly $8 to $18.
$6.50 to $9.76; formerly $10 to $14.
$9 to $15 ; formerly $14 to $20.
$8.25 to $10 ; formerly $12 to $20.
$7 to $17 ; formerly $16 to $23.
$13.50 to $18.75; formerly $18 to $25.
And the balance of our entire
Open Christmas Kvo until I) o'clock.
8th and 9th Sts., New York.
MRS AST0R AND THE TARIFF.
I'rntiaiiljr Mrs. William V. Aator will hare
Just as much muncj to t uy Cnrletmas presents
rim, lint tier two Tilvet dresses which sue
ordered in l'arts lor triu I'alrlin-Ua' balls 111
coat Hera couple ol buudred dollars more than
alii, rtid ll.tured on.
1'ne la ly nouKli: ttie dressy, for 3.001 francs,
or MHO aud laid tho duties in adrance. tint
lue iiresauiaker, to avoid raying ihe full
aiiiouutol I in duties, timl-indued th dresses,
Insiicini: thi'iii at l.issi frame. '1 ma under.
suiuiition, it Mk' ii rariles a i i-nally of double
the tl.it. was ill.uvi ml lu the Appraiser's
ofllc, vs lieu lie rarn ol I A Itrnauue was uu
, mr rxiitiiiiiatloii, aud ihe dnaies wrreaent to
I llic frar 11 ins.
I Tunc la no s I'p'clnu of uollmlnn on tn
I part of i is. Aetor, who is t e slctliu of her
.dn sail ate 'a i-upl llj, Lut ( nele Nam must
liar e Mi McKlnlrr iiih", and Mrs. Astor mutt;
(ar It to get lu-r drceate.
INDIAN TROUBLES ENDING.
syrnai to tiik irin wokld.'
Iiiiiauis Dej. -iX Any ties Irurn the ills,
turbed luJIuii cuiintrr. to djy bring an nn
continued report oltn.i compaUciof troops
beluk' lieJed In by mm or u)i lu Hans, norm of
I Cue Hills, In tl e i ellonetu:l-i roloo.
I Oen. Miles does not trolll Ihe remrt. but a
oiiiipany Uis bei'ii sent to the local ty lr.dl
cali d f I oiii Camp l rno
(ier. .Mllca'a deaii:lii' al Haul I City, S. D. ,
Indliule tint Slttinr lliiU'a lulljiyer', with a
few siMttcied rxi'iptlncs, have all been nap-
Iturel or ti.ive aurrcuileii i.
'1 lie host lea In the II d land', II Is eirfcttd.
VTlllaoo i be Iimiuk'H in thiouirn trie efToru of
the frl'ii'lly Indians who h.ve gone out to
1 them with rations.
IIKOOKI.VN AM NKIIHNTH.
Cjri.lliKa Wiek. Matinee. U ,1 alilhal. ,t.
M'ellAI, Msll.M'l. IIU'ltII1V
TIIKMAIHSUN II . Ill: I II K UU MJUCKah.
I'r.ac Tiled by A At. I'a.uiar l.i.teltina Compan,.
I'i.ced-J -'... IK IMl A.MAN III I UK HIIIII.U
M VI Vf All'S WIKK-I.llllll 111.11 1 1 11 n.l.
MVIII. A l.HI.MA.V.
Ilus I" riatimar Weik.
Mala MuuJa). lueaia), llmrala stil Saturday,
, 1IIK 'Ml. Ill llWi.s."
1 40 llaiitl. 'HU. Vuinell-IJ llealal lit tile tia.u
ul llurieague, I'Alll INK .UMIKIIAJI.
I lLil.rat lliuiKarl.il .N it.lly,
1 I I V.I-. AMI VKVl.,
llul utbi. l owu dauv Hum J A, M, to'J 1'. M.
.Mil AVE A.NU yn ST
1 BROOKLYN'S PRIDE.
I he mult raiiued and biDdtminest fatally resort.
A boat of starj will appear
r ntira change of programme wi-kly.
I I ran I lublu Kdl 'I ay lor Iwin.Uters, Kce'i.r
iu rtat. 1 rank Orangar. Adele Martinelti. 1'rof,
, lileurie.d and Minute tS..idU
COI., MSN,ft NhWr AIU Till- A 1UK- Nightly
i with louda., haterday aud CLrMma alatiueea.
i .odwin ('-N A Cold Mine
, AM PHI ON. UawT.Vd Jl.naj.is.
1 er.ry inalit, Male. Wad. Ihuia. aod Sat.
International Sneoialty Co.
btl'.ll.MUVAV TIIFATKK. Cur. Slat 81.
J I Ui.lT Cuiuio llp.ia i'unip uv.
lo My.lt, Ve4u.a,la anl m a Mat.
IMIt TI!H OK HIWZAM'i:.
I TliuraJay, triday. haturd.v all. and ra.
I rA-tinx c.
'am -rltthT THKATHK.
A II A tall AY IN I.A-T I.Y.NNE.
l-ncea, ISc.Jotl, M.tlne. To-day.
1T1I ST. MUSIII HA LI. AND ALIIA'mURA
tOUKT. 1S4 nd 13d fat ISttiat.
01tUlll.3ttllUI plrsrrj sfitrBvyusudsy.sloi.
133 FULTON HT. 393 aROAeWAT H
PRACTICAL PRESENTS. ' -H
BEST LINEN COLLARS,
4-ply, 3100 linen fine. nneansU.vd bj IsH
hut sold at liOc.s ill
lOCa Each. X ';
CUFFS.Same Quality I
I I la-fa Per Pair. S
SILK UMBRELLAS M
.l(H)i;i,OUI Sll.lt, KN(1MH1I -ii vawai
NATt'UAI.HTlUKM, tVOUTU I Rtl )"!H
.'!-, IsQV '!
loo Miuici: mii.k, sii.vr.it M - 'IM
TUI.M.1I i:n, .atvuai.1 DE -M
STICKS, WOItTIl S.1.00 IiVU :H
Ol'U 4U.tKANTr.IID FOU H
O.NH VH.tlt SII.K HKUtlli, H
A I.AUCli: AyiSOUTMUNT- ''lM
NOW ON IIANII WORTH "1 aWf $WM
-.i.M tc.ou a
Our Novelties in Ladies' and' tfl
Gentlemen's TJmbrellas at $495 vlfl
to $10.00 are offered 35 per cent, fl
below other bouBoa. ,fl
Walking Sticks from 50c. to Jfl
$5.00. Our lines at 98o., $1.45, M
$2.45, arj worth double. jH
AT BOTH STORES. -M
383 Broadway, i whitest.
1 23 Fulton St., wdmwuir Jim
GRAND OPERA-HOUSE. fM
Reserved Seats, or,Aoo,fIVc.LB50c. 4
UltANII HOLIDAY ATTUAtrTION. i'.'B
PAULINE HALL 1
AMl IIKIl HUPlfnO Ol'EItA COMPANY til SmM
Wndneaday. t:briatntsa Day ana Haturdar. .J&safafl
NHXT VKHK-.I. li. K.tt.llKT. tljH
aaaVTII rlTKKKT TIIKATIIR. NaarOth.Tfc VlH
Heaoived Oroheaira flirol. and Balcony, 6U. 'ikal
Kv.ulna alH. Mstlnaea Wedr.ada, and Maturaasv iiflJaV
BI'hOIAI. JIA1INKK DIIUlaTMAH DAY. '"
l.'TII WKKK. ,fl
T11K DISriNC.UI.SIIKD SUCCESS, fiM
Joaaidi Aithur'a Comedy Drama, iH
BLUE JEANS. M
" Til. gresteat auceea of tha last deead.." lltul
"II WII.I. M-.VH1 WKAIt OUT." .
OIIRIxTMAH IVK. WKD. NIllllT, OKO. M, 'SaH
A.N Al'l-noi'lllAIH INTHtTAIriMIIfT.
A t'UKISTMAS TKKK 'iSM
LOADell WITH IJOOD IIIINflS. , i(B
LITTf.K TUKDAY AND UKAOIU H1IKRWOOD '
will dl.tributa pre soma lo all children altandioar. eaffl
tonTTasToWs theatre, -m
: (trand Chrlstmaa Holiday MatlnM. '1)31
Doll's Matinee To-Day. $8M
A llaudsam. Io tto.T.ty Lady aud Olrl FRKBI. jOlW
dt) at Va'IINKM. V&B
l.DJI llKAUIIKIIt. DULLII KUKK TO-DAT ' '
AT TONY PASTOR'S MAT. TO-DAT.
Bijou Theatre. EKSS'&.'CVSffiB: ?S
(".KIIIAI, MATINKK OHIUM MAK DAY. tM
Clh Weak r( Hoyt'a LatMl and HmI OouaaKlr. aSW
A TEXAS STEER. M
CrowdeJ lliiusea. 1'elighted Andleneew. '-jlM
N w"lAHt TllixATRK. llroadway, oar .33th at. JjH
THE LILIPUTIANS 1
inllM HL'I'll, IN MAOII.'. lH
Hpeilal MallnpMTtiuraday, 1'nday and Satorday. H
XAI.MKK'H TIIKATI'.i:. Ilroadway i lOthst. ' 'l
At H. li. Mr. faltusr'a Company and Mr. sH
.S , Willard -ThB Miflflleman m
MONDAY. 11,11. 21). "JUI1A1I." Hoataonsalfc trH
H. V. Itl.NHl'.s FIKTII AVKNUK THKATBK. ''ti'U
lleuinnlija tbl. ITIhhDA Y) ar.'c. 1C. 23, .
I'ANNV I Fitat nroductlun la I ifB
Davenport! sx2z. I CLEOPATRA 3
.MAIIMIK XMAS DAY AND rlAlTjUDAY. ,'?B
Jini nlP-MATlNEhrtWrU.. XMAM, A BAT, 'B
It I DLU 0 fOo. Res.Kei..Ore.()lr. A Bal.-sao. J'JM
?"u88 MY AUNT BRIDGET.
N.itwk'-BABItJlN TIIK W UOU-Paotoasltms). 'J
HKItltMANN'S HIKAIKK. lTwsy St Hlh. ffl
Matinees l,v-mirr..w, Xtoaa A baturday. . rVyH
UTST HERRMANN M
Ilia Saoca.lui l.u.l.n STHOUKIKA. "iM
K0STER & BIAL'B ?$&& 'M
Ne W DANOKS I (iHA.NII rlUC'Of B3 OV .ifl
CARMENOITA. I O'NERO. '.J
CHltl VM1AS ! T11A CAHMhXUITA MATINKK , eM
JLtlbKltl.'S ni"ATIlK. Irslo. p.sea A"l5ttl U iiB
lo-u.cnt, laat lima, I'araH,.. I.al: Wad., eloaastt B
Tbur.,Oiiildr,n'Mst. at 3.15. Puppsole., hnffw.
Kolta. Ki.n.ur. t..tj iu Boccaccio; Frt.. Mas.. nfl
Ciud.i.lli, 1'upp.nte.t .seulnr. 1. la Ifaaoisi , ftH
Hal. ll., Pupimlee. Soiiwul.ilo: tieo., flrat S4e- fg
paararir. nt Mrakl la llaaiilal Uaatla.
ACADEMY. MJT I ffsr '.il
IIIIMIAN THO.Il'-ON. I TJO . SM
THE OLD HOMESTEAD J&fA. -M
MADINONhO. THKATRf. 2th at. A B'way.'
s:;:"- a pair op spectacles. m
Satur a? at at. PrfCoJed be After Tboughta. e fl
MAUKKK UHRlSlMAh AND NKW YhARa.
Matinees Unnstruta Day and vfl
t'rUav wd al nrday, rAS
KELLAR AHO THE LIONS. . f!
COI.U11UI1W TIIKATIlh. , flM
hy.oinya8,U. .M.tln-e Saturday 3 P. H. vi'ia
Apecial Msttacv C'unetuiaa Day. xlm
.AlVu.-.o.oa. TBK TWO ORPHAHS. l
UMOVygUARKlllKATUK. .1. M. IIILUMOK. $&
BURGESS i COUNTY FAIR. j
K'. b. 15. bat. Mat. J. htlta Mat. Clin.lmaa. jSj
STANDAHir-rTlhA't'ilK. J. al. HILL. Msrf. f
lb Naulival 1 arcu'al Opera. gu
SHIP AHOY. fj
K.r r-seoliu A sal Mat. hatra Mat. Chn.tmaa. jjL
BIAK'IIIUAIlth. B'WAY A WU"ST: .$$
r.eninyaaia. laturrtsy MatlnMat 2. JjJM
tYtl. II. I --"-lltb TIIK , fjCa
CRANE, I time: i SENATOB. JM
PROt TOR'S " . M
IUN MMiii" X eu anJ Xa Yaar'a Ba, flfj
A7 1'IIAUl.L'S rltOII.IIAVM CO. jf,
WO.IIHN. Matla.ea fo-Morruw and Batnrday. V,
-II. O. MINFIM l'KCPLK TIIKATKE ,
hleela Ma.kaT'. Sansalional Drama of . 2f
Matloaea W, FD.VKaOAY. THUH8DAY aud SAT. f,
M, It. JACOIlTlir.ATitK.u , , ej$
Matlneja Monday. 'Ihorsday and Hatnrdaf V
JOHN A. STEVENS i n'fttv'Wb.
Melt ek-iml.AT MCTItOPOLW. fl M
CAMMI. BROADrt'AY AND S9TH ST. 1
nen!rat 15. .Matlue. ea.lo.dsy H. afj
Auuiiaaiun, 5oc, .aa oa sai. t.iisMi. aaasl. j
aAltUe-.N THEATUK "itsdlmnay.. A 'ittb ak. '3
il TAD illIT I liuoiia.ibl. to hasa m
Pltr.nuline.Xma.. ui' . 'fi
KS-H The IDLER. .1
Kstra mat. Chriatmaa.1 ' tlU "'''"
nTFEin NIGHTS EDEN S
U 1 kfrtU MAT. SAT, Only. MI)akt ' J
ADMiHtlON. HM. HSBkUVKD SKATS. e)l. 1
Oraat I'rodocllon. J.
COOD OLD TIMES. 1
Mstlaess YTsdasslsr, Xmas sal SatuoAj,
r. .jv ,jsajgja