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Bl? 2 THE WORLD; FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1892 " "
S BERATED IN COURT.
K Diamond Broker Knuifman
Tongue-Lashed by Mrs. Gomoz.
H She Called Him "Liar" and
Ef ' " Thief " and He Grow Pale.
Hg With Iter Iluibnnd Sho Is ItcM on
H Seventeen Chnrc'
Hi The elimination In the cnip at the Come.
B; Kiurrmaa Alleged dl.itnoncl Rwlnd'c, Mcb
Hf wis adJourneJ from yesterday nttcrnoon,
Hv came p bctoro Juitlce .McMahnii In the
V Tombs Court tills forenoon.
B Lwjr Louis htcckler appeared for K nu IT.
H( mar and Mr. U- Unrblcr lupicientcU tnc
MM?, Gomezes. I
MM It took most of Mr. 1 e Barbler's time tieforo
Bj ' tbecasowns called to prevent M rs. dome? ,
K talking too raucli. Tbo flippant mnuner I
Bk which ba characterized that lady's deport-'
E' mentheretotore was not so noticeable to-diiy, j
BkJ although sbo docs not yet teem to Hilly real-
Bftf tzo tho seriousness of her position.
H' There was n scene Just before tho caso was
Ks called. Jeweller KnulTman was atnndlnir by
BM' the rail, near Mrs. (lomez, waiting to testify.
HjW. , Bexeral times their eyes met, and ea:h time
Kr Kauffman's glance fell beforn the gaze uf tbo
K' Unable to contain herself longer, Mrs.
HS Qomei broke out in a furious tliade.
HS- "Look at him, the miserable thief, lis
BJKi dare not meet my eye.
Kl " He knows tbat he got me to pawn the
Kk. Jewels, and tbat bo got all the money
BM': " His object In bringing this charge Is only
Bk to get tho things from the pawnbroker's with
E out paying for tbem.
Bn! "Tbetblcft Ihellarl"
B Kauffman turned pain under Mrs. dome.'s
H-. ' tCD'blng accusations and got away from her
m? "Wnlty as quickly us possible.
Ef! .1 Lst ico llcll abon then called Kauffman to
BK'v tbo stand.
B The broker's ntory was substantially tho
Hift name as bas been alieady prluted In The
K KVISNINR Uoxui.
Ho ( aid that be llred at ISO Knit Ninety.
H-, flri-t hm et. and had adcRkln tho onicoof II.
Ha and 12. u. licllals, manutaeturlng Jeweller?, at
K "ft John street.
7 He first mot Mr. and Mrs. Gomez a 3 ear ago
K last June at Mrs. Jackson's buardlng-bouio.
n 107 est Tvrenty-thlrd street. Tbo landlady
B . Introduced tbem.
On Juno yo tbe first dealings with the
Hi couple were bad. Ho know only tlmt the)
Uml,' claimed to be well connected ana irmpflsi-
Htr tlonio place large ordei uniong nealtb
H) 'ibere was norcr any written agreement
K between tbem. It was verbally agreed that
Mr Mrs. oomcz. should oarry around tho jewelry
E and sell what (be could and return the rest,
f, Kauffman took a metnoraiidum of tho
HL goods, but mado no note of bo tbo cu.
Kr, toracrs were
BK' He denied tbat Sir. Gomez gave him three
Ki. promissory notes to pay for ihu Jewels, two
t of which uomcz claims to ha paid.
Kaurfman could not say whether or not any
Bar; of the Jewelry bad ever tweii sold.
Ki The value of tbo goods, ho said, n a over
Tho first that be knew tbat tho diamonds
were pawned was on Oct. 17, whan lie n--K
celved the tickets.
1 The broker acknowledged tho receipt of
H as.UUu paid blm by Mrs. (lomez. but denied
IMi tbat he knew tbe money was the proceeds or
H pawning tbe articles.
BY.1 . Jie iSinltiea that Mr. Gomez bad told him
M . that If bo would return the 13,1111.1 h
BSr i9om,8I) W0UU1 lTe Dlm Hw tlckits tor all
W tbe diamonds pawned.
Btk Justice McMahou thought that he bad
Hi neard enougb to JusUfy blm In boldluirtbo
prisoners for trial. Accordingly the couple
were next under 11,014 ball each for the Uon
There are setenlecn charges In all
against them. All the Jewelry bus
been turned over to the police by
tbo pawntrokers, but this was not
done until fourteen new complaints bad bncn
drawn, covering tach plero of jonolr
pawned by tbo (inmezos not alieady nurreii
ilered. .Mrs. Julia Hharp, who, accrordlng In tbo
storj told by a convicted thief ti lit tec
tires Heidelberg aid Jacibi yesterday. as
connected with tlm disposal of Kauffman's
diamonds. Indignantly denied the aceiisalloii
when seen trd.i at her flat,:. Kast Tamil
thlM street. .Mrs. Hharn said that sho bad
gone out nf the Jewelry buslines. Hhe ail.
milled knowlDg Mrs. Gomez, and stnrud to
tell tho reprrter hinv that lady one tailed to
returns roll nf silk tint Mis. Miarii had vlcn '
her to dispose of, when ageutlcinan who wa 1
In the riintiisnniiR tn her In i.irinaii, warning
her nrltn lolkalKiut Mrs. (lomcz,sa)lng shu
might lw railed as a witness at the trl il.
Aft-r that Mts. .sharp teftised to talk
liirtbtr about tho mat'er.
DEPUTY-SHERIFFS IN CHARGE.
Durlchnlter A- Co.'n ttoak Hoplov-
lnod by Creditors.
A unall army nf depntyshorirfslsln charge .
of tho big wholesale groi cry store of L. llurk-,
baiter A Co, of l'.'l and 1 ;:i Hudson street, '
humeof the uiipreferrcd creditors bare tie-1
gun rohlcvih -tulu to rucrnr nun haiidlso
dellvertd to the film. blcli failed .Nestiinny1
nlth t'oil.ouu liabilities und at nut .-,00,imil
assets, giving pii tiT.'iucs nl t Is:i,lil7. mid It
Is tnlook aflcrlli(S"ltilrrc tit thai thi'shntrr
has taken possession nf the si ik.
The largest replevin iWHlnt.iwr of I letnlng
Crooks for nit! ."ion. tuber hi Its wt res :eil
out In favor of JnuiH It. Tnltli A Co. for
l'.',070, Jatms II. stout A n. frr l.llt'.', I
Adolph Oltlnger, fKO.'i llenrj M. I)n, (VH),
and Jacob 1). Nnrdllnger A en.. f.lhT. ,
Neither of tbo pnrti'rrt In Hie nrtn was In
town to-day. 1 h.irles liurkliultcr, thii senior
partner, ho b is been 111 for onie time, was
said lo bo at bis home at !s orange, and'
John II. llurkbilter at Ins h"inu at Glen
HUtje, N. J,
'Iho latter Mas In Inuu Inst night andde
nled ery cuipniitli all Hies nibs that uero
In circulation tn tin- .ri'ci ibatibc linn had
sold lUll,Uiiil nf lis unper wiililn tliepn-t
twodaysor thai ih r li.nl Lceu any qiiusltou
nhlo iransntltons wnaii'er
H issald tda tnni some nf tbounpre
ferred iroillmrsBllll IK-Ilevn thn stoiles inul
are preparing In piosecutu tho ineinber-iiit
1 harles II. 1'anchtr, I'lisldenl of the Irving
Katlonil lUnk.sald this morning that ho rns
not el prepared in give anj ileliulte state
ment with legard to nss.- s and liabilities.
Aligner I'ar.chcr says that heevpeitslo
nallsfy all tho creditors of the linn, which
bad been doing n lai gel) Inueasul limliiois
ot la to.
Added to Football'u List of Dead.
tfv APouiTn purm 1
rnrniiaairsip, Oct. li. .lowi I'orez and
ot nor students ot FiiHltmu Co.lcge wern play
ing fontrtill yesteidav nlleiunon nhen 1'itez
came In (onlael ivlib nno nf the otter pla).
ersniid iMtstbrQwn Moleiitlv to Hie ground,
receiving sui'b Injuries that heUbd lam night.
S AM SO HAPPY!
3 BOTTLES iraSi
Rtif1 ni of t Mrcm H'ootl trrxiMe, Ithtmlto
.auaiftlmy halrtn khmt out utraln, ah it hail tffii
falling mil lr thn handful. After try nx innj
phjilcUitB In iatn, I am no hapr tr linl a rur lu
8. H. H. O. II. 1 Mil U!', (.ahcHton, Ti.
SPIIPP 'ly 'orr'n ot,t vrnn "' "
OUIAUO r4 aiH, (hB !,( MweH,
tWmli la enltrrlr Trittatlo and tiarmltot.
STrfatU on niond and Kkln mallml frtt
hWHTrlPK'lUUL'O., Atlanta, (.a.
HEILL SENTENCED TO DEATH.
London's Poisonor Promptly Con
victed by HiB Jury.
'I he Kevolt In ArgentlnH tirnernl
Knrelgn News by Cable.
I.osnos, Oct, SI. An Immense rrond gath
ered about tho old llallcy Ibis morulng,
anxious 10 gain admission in tbo lourl-rof.m
to hear Justlie Hawkins sum up tho Nell!
murder cac. Htnidrtds weio turned awa,
but many of tbem llngerol In the vicinity to
boar I be fato ut t he prl viner.
Notwithstanding tbo inniiiicnls mado by
tounscl lu tbe caoCiterday, rcllcctlng upon
tbo morbid curlosllj 'hat lid wt men to nock 1
Into thu com t-rootn, tin ro wtro If anything
moro women present lo-di than on any pre- j
v lous day ot (bo trial. .
Nelll did not appear lo bo at nil disturbed
1)5 bis position, and atlu taking bis teat ho I
looked uli ml the court-room Hltli great com-1
piisurc. Jiisllco llaivklns reviewed the ovU 1
deuce at length, say Itu that tbe jury was not I
to expect tbe pro;i tutlou to submit inalbc- (
inatlctil proof of tho coininlssmn of crime.
'I lie jury rclnrnul a virillcl of guilty. They'
vteiu out me minutes
Jtistlic Hawkins at ence sentenced Nelll tn
be banged. 1
THE REVOLT IN ARGENTIHE. I
Citizens Enthualnstlo Ovoe tho Sue-1
cess of tbo Horjole.
try AdBocuTiii pRrR.I
I nsnnv, OCL'JI. A special despatch lo tbe
7(iie.sliom iiuenm Ayrcs says tbat the re- (
volt In hnntlagodet I slcrcbad Its origin In a1
band nf tncnlt-llso tltlzens, who wero ,
headed bj Garcia, tbo leader of tbe last out
break In the city.
1 1 bey in'ide an attack on tbo Cablld" (t'lly
llalli, Mblili as detenileit bj 11 number of
tuops. The lalli'i fought deBrerately lor an
hour, but the attacking lor 0 compelled them
lu sum ud'T.
1 '1 be loss on both sides Hiistlvo men killed
and nlue men nounded. Tb" tlovi mer nnd
Vlce-dovernnr wero eapliiied by tb.i rebels.
) '1 bo nines correspondent hajs ibeievolt
Isthetesutl of n well-matured plan to oust
tbe provincial government 'I ho ell) Is quiet,
but great entbiifclasm prevails among tbo
people nt the success of the rebels.
Two Drit'sh " Mu'.lnoera" to 8erve n
, Yonr and Bo Cneblnred.
Irtv iioruTi t rnr.s.l
LoNiios, Oct. m. Ihn two men belonging
to thu 'llilrleoutb Compiny of tho Army
Hcrvlco t'orps nt I'ormiicuili who wcr.i ni
rested tor their partlclinilou lu th9 mutiny
th it took pistil tbeie 1111 Oct. l.'l have been
Kttilenied each Ini.ue e.n h Imprlsnntneul
and tn bo tgnmnliilously rahlertil.
I no Wi. until lu a lending article lepotts
thai n ton cases nf harness cutting h.llore
ei'titlr c ci urn it at tho chd'eii tmirucks,
wheie a dit.Khmeiit, nf thu Arntv .Netvlco
I Corps Is s.atlonid. 'I he loloncl, unable m
dim uver the culcilts, gam Meiers I hat tho
wliolu company be cnntnuil to thu b.uracks.
Joint Meet of Thrno Cnnoo oluns.
To-day nnd Snttttdav and .sutidaj tbe
Yonkcrs' Knickerbocker and llnboketi 1 nnoo
, clubs will have Ihelrlall met on till east
sl.ete nt tbo Hudson lllel 11l1.no Dnbbs
l'cirr. 'I hero will be camp-fires nl night,
nuil It Isexieclcd that 011 himday 11 huge
numts'i nf the canot mens Irlends will go up
Hum ,Nw Vo'lc to spctiu thu day with Ilium.
HH CORPUS FOR I BABY.
Sensational Story of the Doughtys
Mrs. Bradford Adopted the Child
and Told Her Husband It
A most sensational talc-of alleged be
trajed honor and conndouco by an old family
friend, tlnlmed lack ot maternal affection,
p utnlng orr on nn unsuspicious busbaudot
I ho Innocent cause ut all tho trouble, nnd
tnuntcr charges nf murderous Intent against
tho fosler-iuii'lhcr -grnws out of Kltanor
Duughty's writ of habeas corpus against
Mrs May Bradford, demanding her to pro
duce tbv peint'iners unnamed Infant before
supriiuo court Justice llcacb next Monday
Had It not bern for the Issuance of this
writ n bouncing boy baby might lu another
week bavo been christened Harry brad
ford Son bis file Is much In doubt, aim it
may be months before lie has even a name.
Tlie)ouiigslci first saw light at Mi'K West
fcventcentli street Aug. M7 last. Ills mother
l Klcatior Dutiglity, twenty-one years old,
who as tho baby s lather Is htcphen SS.
Vierland, on advertising ngeul, ot lfiO Kas
sau street, who livs at '1 oinpklusvllle, F. I.
They nrc not married.
Dr. M01 tuner . Miaw, of 147 Greenwich
stieet, win was cnga.'cd by Mr. Vreeland to
attend Miss liuughiy. told an Kv-ffisu Wohi.ii
ii'pnrter this mornltig Dint tbo youag
wo'uan, before thu child was born, told blm
tbat she wanted mine gfnd family In adopt
It ns II would ruin her lot life It nn ouu knew
of bor trouble
lir. Miaw s-ys he Becured such a party In
tbe person of Mrs. May llradfnrd, of Ihi West
sixi). third slriet, wboo husUiud lsacutn
pojlior rarnlng good wuges and In lalrli
coinftrtabiu ilreumst antes. Mis. Mradturd
had no elilldiuu ot her own, and desired to
adopt a buiiltb buy.
Miossiv mish DotuhO'sehlld nnd took It,
with tbo unileislindlng than no mother was
lu sUn pupils ina'tlng h full surrender of
Hie child. 'Ibis was delayed, and since theu
Silts Doughl, lur mothct uid Lawyer
DrnsI jw have Hliil tugut the child bacic.
, Mis. lltadturd iiicuried her husband's dls
pc. 15,1110 by blinking tiotne a boy for adop
tion nf whoso pateuiago shu knew nothing,
she 1 ei'i.tne alia lied In tho ynungstei. how
eer, mid to keep hlti then lout her husband
that 1' w is then own offspring und bad been
. burn during his utisenco I r 0111 the city, during
an Illness which bu knew ot but nttrlbuted
, lu sntnetlilu,' else, and that she bad put Itout
I Ntiehii ennsnmniatlon Mr. llradfnrd bad de
1 voitil) wished lor and, despite his w lift's tlrst
stor, bo bi'lluvcd tbo second, and tbo baby
1 soon became Inslnlled In his iiirecllons.
I When, ten days ago, Miss Doughty refused
I to atgn thu telease paper-, on taking legal
advice Mrs. Iliadlord agalu startled her hus
band by ucltnnwledgtng tbat she bad ribbed
and Hi" boy was not tbelr own tlesh and
blnul but an udop'.ed child.
Mr. Hinrtimd, though shocked, dejermlned
with bin wife that Miss uuughty should not
linn Ihu thill except lu a legal manner, nnd
tbo ii'iusi'il pi cuiilary nffers, they say, from
I Miss nought 'smother. Then came tho writ.
I As tho mailer Is now In court Mr. nnd .Mis.
Hiadlnrd are somewhat aveise in keeping the
bat) because nt thu notoriety that bS Uien
given them. If thu Court orders it Monday
they will give up the baby.
I Mis. Iliailionl substantiated the foregoing
.statements tu 1111 KvrMNii Wiihiii repjrier
this mornltig and added :
I niluill that I Hid to mv husband, but It
1 was lor tbe bib) 's sake. When be oblecled
to keeping It I took II baek to Mls Dought,
litilmhe r.'lusi" tn tul.u lu
r lilt could l di) I couldn't abandon the
.bnbj.iven though Its rUhllul iiutherwas
so aiivliiiis m inul with it. Mil lied lu my
husband, bii lug to make a man out nt the
1 Is) and sue bis leputatlon when bo
I grew up.
I 'llic-chargoof (iinndmotlu-r Doughty tbat
I 1 was pieiiatltig tot Us burial In case It died,
S The Greatest Day 2
t of all at
I Show. I
t The big doors J
will open at 1 1 A. g
t M. and close at 1 1 t
J p. n. j
Seidland his en- 2
t larged orchestra t
5 give two grand 5
t concerts at 2 & 8. 5
a Miss Parloa lectures 5
5 to tbe ladies at 3.30 5
J P. M. J
S More to see-A
J More to eat then f
ever and all for 50 cts J
admission I 6
K Come as early as you J
can. The quicker, the
richer 1 f
as I expected It would, Is wickedly fal-e.
'l bo child would have died but for me, tor It
bad marasmus, and Its bead was diseased
because ot Its lack ot tereatment before I got
him. llQ's well now, though."
Mrs. llradtnrd brought out the youngstcrto
show his now healthy condition, and uls ap
pearance certainly corroborated her.
Mrs. Uradiord denied tbat she wanted
money tor tbo child, and intlmatod that It
was tbe Doughl s who were looking for
'lo offset Mrs. Bradford's statement, Mrs.
Doughty, Eleanor s mother, showed tbe ie
porter this letter:
KiwYoas, Oct. HO, '92.
Mti flitff Af
Call to-morrow sort brlna oerei'lrr clothing to
tska your child 1th yon. If you do not heed thli
1 twill take it to the Charttv and Collection, and
will adopt it. Mai. . M. HnAormio.
"Mydaughtor never wanted to part with
the baby, out Mr. Vreland, tbe man who
ruined bcr life, although an old ft lend of
mine, did, and he hired this Dr. Shaw to find
a place lu put It."
Atnrat I wauled to let Itgo before It was
born" put In Miss Eleanor.
I Mis. Dfuihly admitted tbat she wanted
Vreeland lo support her daughter's child.
1 " He never denied Its paternity." she said.
," I would tather not say whether wo will
endeavor to have blm marry Kleanor Just
now. Wejvuut the child nrst."
Dr. Miavv says tbo su Iden wlah ot Mrs. nnd
i Miss Doughty to regain possesrton of the
child Is duo to their doslro lo force Vreeland
to lunko some kind ot a settlement with
iheiu, llnanelaloi matrimonial, and added:
1 never got a lent Irom Vreeland or nny
one else tn connection with tbe adoption of
i the baby."
Happy Though 'Married.
frnm jMitrA, Oray ,f ro.' lmlAti.l
i 'I he Maiden 'Ibcn you Und married life
'I ho Wife Yes, hut then I seldom sec my
I husband, you kuow.
MEN'S SUITS IN SACKS OR FROCKS.
(Ill flfl ,ion'' Hrlreable AH-Wool
519 flfl ,,,,,rk "nd t-'oloreil Cheviot
do nn vin" ,,nr '"a0""1 (-sni nA
(IR flfl t;h",0,i Heoteh, Dlnaonal
(IR nn fine Woreted Hnllpi, plulimnd
$IOiUU nRred. allk mixtures.
(9 fin ":.'0t 94.00. 8S.O0, 87.00
$iUU .llrn'n I'nnta. lib every pnlr
ur svrltlrn imrmilee.
Our sile of S7.80 Cninblimtlnn Double
Ilrenstril Ovircoal, Ilnlible-nrrnslrd
Suit, exlrn I'nnls nnd lint, tor Ilnys,
Mill continues. A Inran vnrlelv to arlect
Irntn. Kvrrv bny rustomer n hnnitsnme
present. Open evcnlnss till III Mntur-
314, 316, 318, 320 GRAND ST
ALLEGED BUNCO MAN DAVIS.
Taken to Nowburir to Be Tried for
Bwlnclllncr a Farmer Out or 6,500.
The nllgcd bunco sharper, Pat Davis, or
" Ited AtiDtln," the htory of whose arrest 1n
front of the Hoffman House csterday after
noon was told exclusively In last night's
hrxMNti Voi.n sporting Extra, Is to-day a
prisoner lu the Nowburg Jail.
Although Davis bhowed light when arrested
b Chief ot Police James H. Harvls, of Nen
bitrg, who was :t;sl ited by I'atiolmiia Itbyn
dcrs and Detcctlvo Woods, be .Tas quickly
overpowered and was scon on his way up the
T he charge against him was that of swin
dling au aged and credulous tanner named
Lrowcll, who lives nboui ten miles from New
burg, out of .",. "itiu by t ho ancient gold brick
Same Dec. 14 last. Davis, It Is alleged, and
Is pal went to the (Juassalc Hank- with the
old injvn, w bo drew tbo inuuy and exchanged
It foi tbe brick.
on tho way homo the shaipers kicked thilr
victim out or tbe wagon and. driving back to
Now burg, escaped with the pltindir.
hi oce then Duvlsbas not ecun seen In tbe
vicinity of Newbu g, but v as nnally located
In ew York. When bo arrived in New burg
last night he had only ."5 In his possession.
He Is said to have been an Intimate assocla'o
ot U'HUeu, the king ot bunco men.
DINED THE FRENCH ADMIRAL.
Social Courtesies Kxtencled by Lertd
Courtesies are being bestowed upon Admiral
dc l.lbran and his onicers. of tbo French war
ship 1'Arcthcus.e and HUcsard, with a lav lib
band. Last nlj'ht an elaborate banquet was
tendered tn tbem at Dclmonlco's by tho lead
ing Frenchmen of the city. Mr. M. J. '1 boron
presided, and Law or Krederlo lb coudert
made the Important speech ot tho evening.
An oilglnal poem of welcome, written by
Charles llenauld, lu French, was read with
gnat success. All the spcecnmaklng was
S8TH ST. AND 3D AVE.
SPECIAL SALE OF
10,000 SOLID GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
Solid Gold m Solid Silver
LADIES' WnTRHEn-rLADIES' WATCHES. ;
600 Osneva rrovemenl, FYrP;2SbU 1.000 Chalelalnt, $3.00 1
BOO Geneva movement. REArfMfifiilSj? B0Y J' WATCHES, bom
1,000 Genuine American VBKaH3S9rtar ''mMem'nl"'" ""llo8"1
500 Howard movemsnt. UEBBSEm 1,000 Wallham and Eloln
$5aoa HVV movement, 12-$30
All our Watches are carefully regulated. We give a written guar
antee with every watch tor three years.
LAMBERT BROS., Cof.T8tli St. and 3d ave.
44 L " Station corner SUlh. xt. ,
Every Man to His Taste,
(flow TVi h,
" Gentlemen, come up and take something.
Whal'll you have!"
A good drink of whiskey."
A drink of good whiskey."
" A gooJ drink of good whlskoy."
" Ah I all the orders In. bartender, gimme
two good drinks of good whiskey."
No Further Ueo far Them.
"The doctors have given McJunktn up."
"Poor fellow! Js be as 111 as that?"
"No: he has got well."
Peyond Even a Bishop's Power.
She-'-o tbo Dlshop has made Cholly Dude
kin and Mabel man and wife?
He Well, Mabel Is certainly Mrs. Dudekln,
but I see no change in e. bully.
"This cap ot mine reminds mo of a yacht
race I was lu once."
How while cap:'
" No; It's Bitch a handy cap."
I from IV1.I..1
She Vbts Is the portrait of my grand
mother at feveut-nlne.
He (delightedly) hat n strong resem
blance. 11 might almost bo taken tor you.
KiT See Our Easy Terms 1
Bedding, Stoves, Etc., Etc
CASH OR CIIEDIT.
Durable C.ooiU. Low Prices. T.ntfat 1
Nu Depoall nhrn l.ouir Tins la Net t
Parlor Suits, Chamber Suits, i
Diuing-Room Furniture, Bed- i
ding, Stoves, Folding Beds, Oil- i
cloth, Linoloum, Mattings, Win- i
! (low ' Shades, Curtains, Por- 1
'tieros, Refrigerators, Lamps, )
Clocks, Babj' Carnages, Pic- i
tures.Ucsks.Oftlco Furnituro,&c. t
f?ash, SOe. wrttj, or 70 pflrmontlion t2S
SScaKh, SI. 00 i.Fflklr, or $4 pr monthon 51)
i7.60cash, 4ll.'i3 wpflklr, or &V pernonthon S7S .
slOrash, 1.5U neaklj, or (1 prmontHon 1100
e'iUc&Bh, i'J.lt&neelil), or $'J per montboaSJUi)
terser atauunlt lame rale. AIbu terma made toiUll
B. I. GOWPERTHWAIT i GO.
(OUU ONLY I'LACK OF BUS1NK83).
TI93to 205 Park Row, .1 -
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B I BBSty- m M M M M 11 f V Vi AJ J S MXm these tailor-made Suits and Overcoats. A$MT I
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H f fit nnd look. CUTAWAY, C11ITQ CASSIMERE, GREATEST UfLll- HEARD OF M nK iunftlllTtf CEWS' K.'fllCR ..C0VERTS' Scotches; worth SG.00. ()
T "Bnttl DOUBLE. QUI U TWEED, LINE OF PflAK FOB i DRESS AND GIIITC DOUBLE- DRIVINB. UY til- CHESTERFIELDS, ViB f
K 1 $5.25 BREASTED ' W SCOTCHES. FALL UUAlO THE MONEY. fe m A ni,NE QUI I O BREASTED LICHT- PniTQ ENGLISH SSO- 111
B f Kfi-J'SS ajf ' MThj. garments are our own make and can not be purchased at mj"J5S' fSs n0 other BroSa? ousTwo manufacture & own Snrtouhofiii 3 K t
B ft TrThVli clothing as we do,sav!ng the byuyerfr0r$3 1
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B (?) BOYS' CAPE 0VEHR0AT8 offcr 5'000 Icns Slylisl1' tlcmcn every day in Fall T&m tion in buynS your suit your style, color or shape SS-OO (ft
WW 111 las o, r",UHIU' Tailor-Made. Regular $20 Overcoats, and we can please p mW$ when you know the goods coat, and you will find it in For an AU-Wool Suit, nent pat- W !
m A So.sdSO Suits for the above price. YOU! Wc have murdered JCuE$V arC relmble- ur twenty our stock. We make it a terns, ages 13 to 19 yra. They're ill
Mm'- T In this sale buys a nobby AU-Wool Tl , . , ,, . . , .. .. , . . s4A,Wfflg$ years experience has tauerht noint to have evervthini? worth nil of 8.00. f
m- ! Cape Coat; sold usuallnt S5.00. Y '" any of the des.ra- prices of all Fall Coats, being WT us how to make goods that ffi in style You'll Sd ffiR 5 I
H;. (m 3SC r7r- ble styles . Guaranteed per- determined todispose of them i T A qr- "cimnW rirrl ti,;. . I n r. r . 550.JVJ j ,
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B II Is very little monoy for tho beau- lu.t in Ut .tint make. Don t all before the season ends. I fL Sreat special line at the They're comfortable and and Cassimero Suits ; 'worth $10. T
'H& (ft jful.8tylps we show, mado of lino lush off to some tailor and So we've chopped off profits ?sWj Wb above price includes the serviceable. We offer sev- SZft "tfni 1 1
m grB;d.,lyBtylra!ivo,th pay him th.ee times what a 0.1 2,000 $18 and $22 Over- W TL very finest Imported Clay eral hundred at the above This jlTloL'pSol beautiful f
Mmti- ft S4 OO Suit is worth until you look coats, and ofier 'em at the i jJlfh diagonal, Homespun, Scotch PRICE, which we usually colors of the finest all-wool and 111
K W Even OoTl-aiso "in price makes a over our big special off eIS. above price. They're in S EKs Uieviot and fine Whipcords. sell at $22.00 and $25.00. best wearing cloths , worth easUy Wj
MC 111 difference in value. This line usu- u,. chnw nhcnim.- !, r-i . t a hi i, l lam or fancv patterns. This, of course, makes it an S12.00. j
H ft ally sells at $(i.G0. ;U hlow. a )S,U. cl f fl e Cheviots, 1 weeds, Meltons, Mf Many are silk lined and are object for you to buy one SXO-OO 1 I
K T( AiinolineofULSTEHS. Kmly largest stock of Tailor-Aljide Covert Cloths, Worsteds, f ahead of the average Custom now. That's whv we nut ir n w 7T h7 n i T I
BL ft 'TmoibUoUU1 tn,: tU hint JX "cadV--Wcar Clothes in Kc. l.ncd and made in the 11 Clothcs wh,ch cost thrcc down the price. P SaStaW I I
Afeft T aave,nJ- America. best custom style. S I times our special price. made , worth $15.00. (A) I
V 1 WE CLOSE TO-MICHT PROMPTLY AT 7 O'CLOCK. 1 QPEW ON SATURDAY UNTIL IQP.M. I I
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