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B ' 6 THE WORLDt FRIDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 21, 1892. ' ' ' '
Bv To-Morrow Only,
I HOUSE GOWNS
HI- Superior finish, all new dc-
B signs, pretty colorings, made
B with Watteau back and full
E front, finished with pointed
f belt, each at
K 6th ave.and 23d st
I TURNED WIFE NO. 3 OUTDODRS
K Millionaire Brinckorhoffs Version
H of His Latest Trouble.
PK Daniel i. tfrinckcrbotr, tbo mtlUonalro
PK-S cracker baker, was questioned by an Kven
Lk' wo World reporter at bis liouio In tnu Yosc-
HP;' Bite Flats, Sixty-second streot ana l'ailc
IB'r Teoue, tnls morning, regarding tbo oronts
Wm whlcb led to bis ejectment ot bis wire from
K lils apartments last Monday aliornoon.
Ptt Mr. Ilrlnckeraotrs first wire. Is dead, lie
PK obtained a divorce from bis second wl(o about
P? six montbs ago, and she Is now married to
PPk Butcber William I'. Ilurando, llrlnckerbon
PKv KOt the divorce on tbo statutory grounds.
mf 8be brougbt a cross sult,namlug Miss lllaucba
PB'' Halter as lbs co-respondent. Miss Mailer lias
K Since becomo lirlnckernotTs tblrd wire.
PB Mr. Brlnckcrbofl said : ' My present wlfo Is
PB tbo niece or tbo wife ot my lormer partner in
PH the cracker business, Tbomas M. olive. When
Pk: 1 secured my dlvorco from my Una wire, who
PK was a beauty, I resolved to marry a plain
IB -woman. I know Miss Knlicr's poverty, pilled
Kv ber and married ber, Bbo boomed llko u nlco
fi young woman tben.
M' About a weok alter wo w era married my
M-'f son waB married.
kl Mr. Urlnckorborrtben mauo several allega.
m' tlons agalast his wile, siullng that lie bad
KJ round It lmposslblo 10 llvo with bor. Ho do.
L tailed tbo circumstances or bcr ejectment
K. from bis homo, and declared that ho would
Kr' ,not live wltb bor again.
f'i " I don't want to barm her In any way,"
Kr be said, but sbb must luiwe mo alone."
Kv Mrs. BrlnckerbolT Is supposed to bo wltb
Rr ber Bister lb Brooklyn.
PE Article Broken In a Street Fight.
PBJ7 John Morrlssoy, ot 3B1 nolancoy street,
PEfis Eot lnt0 aright with an unkunwu man at
Hf; Second avenuo and KlKlil -first street curly
7 this mornlbg, during wlilrli be was knocked
Hf down and bad bis leu ankle broken. IIuuuh
m sent to Presbyterian Hospital.
will offer to-morrow a special purchase of
entirely new and very desirable
Ladies' Cloth Garments
at the following
I3lu inn J Black Cheviot Reefers at J ' J
Tan, Blue and Bl ck Vicuna Cheviot $0 CA
Reefers, Plain and Fur Trimmed at 0v
Mixed Tan Cloth Reefers, $ A r ' C
with Fur Shawl Collars at IUU
Of Whipcords and Kerseys, with shoulder capes $ 4 A -5 0
and faced with changeable silk, at 1 !"
Of Fine Kersey Cloths, with shoulder capes $ 4 Q ft
and changeable silk linings at J Ot'"
West 23d Street.
MAYOR'S REMOVAL ASKED.
Formal Charges Against Ban Fran.
Cisco's Election Commissioners.
1st iiiivunn rati.!
Bin Francisco, Oct. St. Formal charges
wero tiled wltb tbe (Irarnt, Jury yesterday
against Mayor Handcrson, City Attorney
Durst, lax Collector O'Brien, Auditor Smiley
nnd Hurvoyor Tlltoo, composing tbe Board ot
Election commissioners, and asking tbat tboy
be romoved trom onico.
A. J. Clunle, charges tbe Klectlon Com
missioners with violation or law for not re
moving the namos ot suitors trom registers
alter they bad ignored citations to appear
bcloro tbe Board.
TORN DOWN BY THE POLICE.
Excltomont In Yonkers Over a Dis
play of Anarchist Flags.
Yonikhs, N. Y., Oct. 81. There was much
excitement hero tbU morning during tbe
Columbian exercises over tbo display ot
Anarchist nags Irom tbe wlnaowsot a bouse
on boutb Broadway occupied by a Itusslau
family named Frumonburg.
Tbo llagi wero lorn down by the police.
Fatally Hurt in a Football nush.
FnuuiiKsci'sir, Oct. SI. In a gamo of foot
ball botwecu .tbo students ot Eastman Col
lege yesterday ufternoon Jose l'erez collided
wltb another playor and sustained injuries
which enuhed bis death at midnight.
Secretary Elklns Yet til.
I ihy A,nciATKn mres.1
I WniKiiNd, V. Vs., Oct- Ul. Secretary ot
War Klklns was unable to attend the Colum
bian festivities at Chicago. Ho has not yet
recovered irom tbo attuck ot Illness with
I which bo was seized some weeks agu.
HEW YORK LOSES SEV1LLA HOME.
The Court Oeolde that tbe Wealthy
Peruvian's Bequest In Invalid.
Tbo decision ot Justice Lawrence, of tbe
Supreme Court, that tbe bequest of ISOO.ooo
made by Don Jose Bevllla, tbe wealthy Peru
vian, in his will to the city of New York for
establishing tbo Sovllla Homo here was In
valid, has been affirmed by tbe (Jcneral Tprra,
snd It Is probable tbat tbo plan can cover be
The case may be takon to tbe Court ot An-
foals, but there Is vtry little prospect that
be city will succeed there, for the ground
upon wblcb the bequest was beld to be Illegal
wos.tbat the persons upon whom ibe trust was
to devolve were not named la tbe wlll,.and be.
Hides, by Its terms It violated tbe statute
It was directed that the Fund should be
turned over by tbo executors to a Board ot
Managers to be appointed by tbe surrogate
from such men as ex-Mayor Orace, Ferry
Belmont, William Dowd, and others, ana the
Board was not to erect tbe home till two
years alter the Fund came into Its hands, tbe
Income to bo used In tbo Interim to pur
chase a alto.
Honor Sovllla left about 5,000,000, and
this bequost will probably go to the Hocledad
do Beneflclencla de Lima, which la tbe resldu.
ary legatee under tbo will.
Queer Cable Road Fatalitr.
lav inncUTin mens.'
ciiicioo, Oct. ai A cottogo Orore ave
nue cable car collided at Sixty-ninth street
lost night with a wagon, the touguo of which
struck a man on tho front seat of tbo ear,
passing rnllroly through his body. The man
tiled beforo bs could be removed to a hospital.
Ex-Sup t. Rlgnoy Is Dead.
Inv AisnriATcn rsicia. I
I'nn.Anxi.ruiA, Oct. at. John 11. ltlgncy,
formerly (leneral Superintendent of tbe Phil,
adclpbla District tor tbo Adams Express
Company, died last evening In bis room at
tbe oirard lluuso o paralysis, aged nrty-two
Boys' Fall and Winter
SPEC1A L VAL UEB.
2-place Suit, at 3.98 ! worth 6.00,
Double- breasted) 4 to 14 years.
3-Dlece Suits at 4,75 ! worth 9,00.
0 to 13 yean i also 15 and 1C years.
Cberlot Retfers at 5.98; worth 9.00.
Woollen llnod ; S to 12 years.
Chinchilla O'coals 7.98 ; worth 12.00.
Cut fly front; slnglo breasted ; velvet
collart 10 to 14 years.
Frieze Overcoats, 8.75 ; worth 15,00.
Out fly front; single-breasted; patched
vslvsteollar; woollen llnod; 16 to 18 years.
Bvery carmen! In onr liars' ClothlnK
Department sa.rantroil strictly nil
wool, nnd beat workmanship. Hlxea
cemplsta np'le au-lneb cheat measure.
HATS and CAPS.
All the latest styles and novelties
In Hoys' and Children's Hats and
Caps, Including tbe Fall shapes In
Derbys and Alpines.
6th Avenue, 19th to 20th Street.
BARON BRANDENSTEIN DEAD.
Bis Body at tho Uorirue Tioketed
Simply " Adolph Brandt."
In a pins box at the Morgue lies tbe body
of Adolph Brandt. Beyond tbo Information
tbat the man was tltty-alx years old when be
dted,and a German by birth tho little white
ticket tacked on tbo end Ot the box reveals
nothing ot tho man's past.
Adolph Brandt's real name was Edgar
Adolpb, Baron von Ilrai.donsteln, tbe descen.
dant ot a noble family and at one tlmo a mem
ber of tbe German Diplomatic corpi at Uoms.
After be bod gambled bis fortune away bis
prospective wile, Lady Harriet Bcrkcly, throw
ulm over, and tbe Baron enmo to America,
whore bo drank himself to aeatb, dying In
Medical Students Organize for '03.
Students of the University Medical College
ct tbe City ot New York met last night In
tbelr rooms, at the toot ot East Twenty-sixth
street, unfl elected tbe following officers tor
lHU.'l: President, A. ilogobono; Treosuror,
W. 1). Wolff; berrelary, V. E. Uawlby, and
urand Marshal, u V. Butlsr. MtudeatuXaw,
Hawyer, UsvK Porter and Bail .were 'ap
pointed an Executive committee.
Other prominent houses itro
offering tlium on sale as special
value nt 2.5)8. Our regular prico,
These Boys' Overcoats nro
nindo of strong oassimero, in
dressy Checks, Plniils and
Stripes ; all well nindo ami with
doop, warm Cnpes : sizes 4 to
14. All at
Stamped on a Shoe
Means Standard of Merit.
TALK IS CHEAP.
TltEIIIS Anil MANY MNES OK 80-OAM.KI)
UEHT tt HltOEB IN HIP. WOULD. BltlNtl
T1IKM FORTH. LET THEM BR COMPARED
WITH MY CELEBRATED LINE Ot MK.VB tS
CALK. 1IAND.BKWED WELTHIIOKH. THERE
THE LORtl-HUrFERINO FUM.IO WILL FIND
THAT THE MATERIAL, THE WORKMAN.
RII1P, Till! STYLE. FIT AMD COMFORT OF
MY BHOEfl ARE BO VAHTLY SUPERIOR
THAT NOT ONLY III TALK FOUND TO BE
CHEAP. BUT MY I.I.NU CHEAP Ar DOUBLE
Calf Hind Sewed "El M
WELT SHOES, Jf I
ft 4 nn .mfv ' Via
In Button, Laco and Congress Styles.
SEHD FOB CATALOGUE HAILED FREE
I J. CAMMEYER,
Sixth Avenue, Corner 12th St.
Netwrlthatandlns; all advertisement, to
tbn contrary, tbe "Tact" I. that tbe
Can Be Purchased
in this city
AT OUR TWO STORES 0NLY,
829 BROADWAY, near 12th St.
153 BROADWAY, near Cortlandt St.
Sanitary Woolen System Co.
100 dozen Ladies' BLACi
HOSE, sizes 8 to 1
OUR o 7C
We have just roceivod a new
lot of those fino Tailor-Mado
Jackets, in Choviot and Beavor,
with notchod collar and open
bound seams, '3i inches long,
worth 7.95 ; for thib sale,
Ono Spocial Lot of Ladies'
Fine All -Wool, Tailor-Mado
Cloth Suits, in black and navy.
Skirt and waist trimmed with
throo bands of braid, worth
6TH AVE., I3TH TO I4TH ST.
Wc Can Supply Every
thing Your Hoy Needs
at a Savlnr of from
20 to 40 Per
All- Wool Double Breasted 2-plece
Suits, pnnM double seat and knee,
ages 4 to 15 years,
Fancy Cheviot Kilt Overcoats,
niue ChtoolillU Reefers, all-woo),
fast colors, uges 4 to 12 years,
Lace nnd Button Calf-Skin Shoes,
$1.99 and $2.49
Youths' Laos and Button Shoes,
Hand Welt Shoes.
I s, $2,98'
These Shoes eolipse all others
at the price.
Open Saturday Evening till 10.
219 AND 22I SIXTH AVE.,
bet. 14th and 15th St..
CASHMERE fiTO I
0; splendid Jt
Children's Long Cloaks.
Our o nc
In all sizes.
Tho Greatest Bargain
ovor ollorcd to tho public.
To-morrow wo place on salo
500 very handsomo Children's
Loiijj; Cloaks, with dcop military
cape, in plaids, chocks and
handsome shados of navy bluo
Remonipcf these Cloaks coino
in ALL SIZES, and wero made
to soil at (5.50.
Our prico for this woek
H E A R N
flt. t, te AND SO WEST FOUItTBBNTII BTRBBTfc viVi,,'jt.
Saturday Is Children's 'i
In I .v .A
BOYS' OLOTHIN '
What has become of the
old Medallion Carpets, made
expressly for the company
Salons of our Grandmother's
Heyday ? Rather startling
were some of them, how
Carpets have changed. They
are altogether richer and
handsomer than ever before.
See the many different styles
shown now in that great
8th Ave., bet 35th and 36th
St., 504 to 514, the Ludwig
Baumann & Company's
OUU NEW TUBUS.
930. St. 00 per welc; Do dap.ilt.
80, Sl.SAper wtflkf no dtpotlt.
ssu, SXOOperwMktno 6opa.lt.
S7S, S3 00 prwk; do deposit.
SlOO, I.OIIptWHk, no depo.it.
30 vottta, (9 depo.it ; bslaoM, (Oil. wok.
S30 worth, Si depo.ll' balsnoa, 7So. week.
J 60 worth. So depo.lt; balsDce, SI week.
Tswortl). tT.oOdepoelt; Ulanoe, SI. 2 week.
SlOO worth, CIO dtpo.lt) balance, SI. 60 week.
And eo on orbj epfUl amnsement. Bend for
feteu. eouked. Ueooameoded b fajdoUns.
1,000 Dozen Ladles' all L!
also Cuffs - - -
For the Latest Stylrs nnd the
Grepttst Oargalnt see our
On 8lur(lH?v6 will ofltr a new
and Improved stook of 200 Trimmed
Hats, which In styles and quality
cannot be surpassed, at
A fine selection of Trimmed
Turbans, Toques, Bonnets and
Bound Hats, at
2.50,2.15, 3.75 and 4.85.
Solo of fine Walking Hats
and Alpines, worth ftO
A lnvgo chqico of Trim
med and Untrimraod "TfC
SwlorB, at O
Untriinmed Wools and Fino
French Folts at
29c, 38c, 69c, 08c.SS1.25.
Selection of Fancy'Foathora at
19c. and 38c.
Selection of Fancy Fins gf
' i i
ON , J
fob . '
LADIES, GENTS AND JOTS'
SMALL WEEKLY OR MONTHLYf AYMEIffil !
NO HUUUB1TV KBQUIBKD, F
as oifeS'SB VprkiT a" feuM
hkhs Ull untUII sold nm cash'
moi; iSk N8 i'iiii'R'oAVi-i: u
H WEST 1TH HT.. H. Y, CITY. T
CARPETS, BKDDINO, tC, I
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Urse AinltanL All Orsdee. Lowe.tPrlM '
bPEOIAL C11EOIT. t
THE NEWYORK FURNITURE GO. "
36, U8 AND ISO WEST 14TU ST. 1
Between fith and 7th .to.. o
IinOCATEI.I.UK. TAl'BNTBIBB, c
l'l.UMHI'.M and onUUUUUYS i
For L'urtalu., Table Covera ar Cs v
MARTIN J. GROSSMAN, !
58 EAST 13TH ST
m. door wf.t l Hroadwar.
I 1;000 Umbrellas, Oxidized Ring Handles, Very Good Value . . 590.
8thave. TRUESDELL, SPRETER & GO. mtmt. i
I Black Silk Surah Skirts for Saturday, finest makes, from $1.00 to $.300 under regular price.
Keasby 8c Mattison's Gen- Q &
uine Bromo Caffeine . . J BOTTLE.
$ Will you buy Wool or
Merino Underwear Sat-
urday?. If so, you will
I need to come here.
S 2 cases Men's Natural
Wool Uhirts and Draw -
iv' , era, very fine, worth 4 OO
S 1-25, at I.
j 100 dozen Men's Medi-
cated Scarlet Under-
$ wear, all sizes, shirts si 50
and drawers 1
2m You may pay 2,00 elsewhere.
Kl 100 dozen Men's White Q QC.
MtL Unlaundered Shirts.. C97
Mi' 100 dozen Men's Whito yj "7C.
Mffi-1 Unlaundered Shirts.. 4af
JMa 150 dozen Men's Whito JQC.
JE', Unlauqdored Shirts.. 07
fjfe 160 dozen Men's White JQC
' Unlaundeied Shirtu,. UJ?
f$f All well made and good material.
jfe" 1 onse Men's Natuial d ftp.
Wool i Hose, pair .... I j
Mj& 1 case Ladios' Ribbed
IIS? Jersey Vosts and
f(.'4 Pants, winter weight, Efftc
fp very fiuo OU "
yrj' 10 cases Lndies' Fine Me-
sfe; , rino Vests and Punts,
ife., vests with ribbed gZ fC
S. sleeves O U "
I m Ladies' Medicated Pants
I and Vefets, all wool, d 25
gr long and short bloovcn, a
r 1 case Ladies' pure Nnt-
I S ural Wool Pant, and
g J Vests, long and short d QQ
1 sleoves 0
I jf 2 cases Children's Meii.
- no Vebts and Pants,
PHptos sizes 18 to ill, worth tmc
f in hosiery department.
r Eadies Cotton Hobe, fP?c.
K black boot, fancy top. &tj
pK, Ladieh' Striped Lislo tC
M Hone, -thread 39
tm' Ladies' Solid Color Cot- 4 f .
Htvjj, ton Hose, fast color . . 3 & 2
CORSETS SLIGHTLY SOILED
We have several hundred
corsets which have become
slightly soiled from being
shown over the counter, con
sisting of "S. C," "C. B,"
' Sonnette," Dr. Warner's
and fine French woven cor
sets, are fully worth $2.00;
on this sale,
! 2,000 HOUSE WRAPPERS,
j ot 98Ce
N 0 liare uattiereil " for THIS Sl'K.
10 STYLES OF WINTER WRAPPERS,
made of riauuulcttes, Walo Diaeouals
and various oilier inntcrinls, llmt are
used for l'all i,ud Wlnlor Wear ami ate
inailo in a ar.ety of tlio ery latest
styles aud designs, lliey nro orth
from 1.50 to $2.00.
Our prico now 9oC.
i lot All-Wool Fine Knit m nn
Skirts, $2.00 kind, very 1 III
much sought after, at . . , (J U I
IS OUR SUCCESSFUL
BOYS' CLOTHING DAY.
Our 2.45 Suit.
with Extra Pants and Cap.
Wo aro tho only house in the
city making a specialty of
2,45, 2.95, 3.45, 3.95.
"Wo givo nu oxtra Pair of
Punts ami a Bicycle Cap
with ouch ouo of iheso fino suits.
LONG PANTS SUITS.
AVo nro showing DOUBLE
and SINGLE BREASTED,
nindo of good Ciissimero, in nico
patterns, such as pin chocks and
other neat designs, 13 to 19
years, that aro fully worth
Inen Collars, JPcts.
- - - - UEach.
60 Cents Dozen.
Great Assortment roilet
Soaps, Small Wares, :
Writing Paper;" ;
Books, &q, - i
ounce spools, "Pare Thread" )
Crochet and Knitting Silk, j
all the best colors, includ
ing black and whito j regular Vt j
price 35o., Saturday, spool. 2fl i
6,000 pieces best quality Silk. Q " J
Garter Elastic in -yard' 'r
lengths ; regular price 25ci Vn -
yard, Saturday, piece.., .,.?. IS h
f " ' .,,-, ;
100 dozen more of the" But- vi i
termilk " fine Toilot,Soap. ' , v
box of 3 cakes ,...20 '
150 dozen 4-row French Tootts'JJ '
Brushes, regular price, 10i, . ; -Saturday
....., QA !
4-ounco bottle best Trinliji Per !
fumes, in all tho popular "ffi
odors i regular pried ' '40cVi t '
' 'Saturday.?.. ..!. ..ff.lfi5fl
2-ounco bottle line Extracts, i
in all odors ; regular prico 'J i
30c, Saturday .20
5,000 popular Novels, cavil,-. . .05
2,500 Novels by tho beht'auth-
ors, regular 25c. boofsj'eiioh .10 -
"Whito Angora Fur Trlmjnlug,
0 inches deop, yavil.-..-J.. .50 t
100 dozen Imported Loathes
Pursoi, kid lined, eacL.'.t .10 '
All the newest aud "noW
popular Shoot Music, vooal
and inctruinental, per copy. .03 . '