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THE NATIONAL HOUSE BfiOW.
HUNDREDS OF ANIMALS ON HAND.
TlTB 6TAI-B FULL OK RACERS, I.OAD<sTEP.S BIO
DRAUGHT UOIWK**, AND A MULE FROM MECCA.
All the Intlirntions jx-int to n f-rdcndld -.nereus for
the National Horse Show, which opens to div al
the Madison fennaio ('arden. Jamaal R. Keenes
horses, from Kentucky, arrived yesterday?tho
tborouKbbred Htalliou Si>ctidthritt und the
tlioroughbicd brood mare Phillis, i.v Phaeton, oul
Of the L:iiM *>f Sydney, a Kniplit of St. George
mare, rab tin- polo pony *.f FoxhallKeene,hu
alt**, arri ved from Newport. W. .1. Nelson's three en
trie** from Abdullah Park, Kv., hare erriy* d Com?
modore, a thoroughbred saddlivhoi-re (gelding), Pim
iii.>iin, a thoroughbred trotter, falil brother to Rou
Wilkes, and Ladv De Jaructt, a haroeas-mare bred
freaalndian Chief. She tonk th.- Bret brendam at
tu.*aJt. Louis Agricultural Ft?r two weeks ago in a
AeliTof forty-live competitors, and la said to hare
?won !. ?,7*M> in premiums alone. \\ ildi.ird.asuddlt
hor.se, belong]ng to J. B, Houston, was led Into the
rc " in tlc nit. in,.ti ;ii.il sent to its itali, and two
Arab stallions eame at Om san_ Ihne?Leopard, be
loiiiriiiii io the muaa owner, ami Linden Tree.
bchmginir ti. OneralOl?at They are of the i>ur?-st
at rain "f the N*j*l bonea and were bred by the
Turkish Millan ami presented by him to General
Grant, who Bold I.pani to his present exhibitor.
August Belmont'a utoronghbred stallion Fiddle?
sticks (nine in the morning ami was quietly munch
inn oats In a box -.tall w lien il Tllllll NK repoi ter w cut
hy and called ont Ins natue. 1 be magnificent creature
turned Iii-* proud head, arched his neck,
friendly glance with his beautiful eyea andrecpni
_wnc*M champing. Idlewild, the trotting stallion
of Qeorge Bechtel, of Stapleton, Staten Island, waa
anion-' f_e early arri*rala] also lilol Gift, a ti j i *
roadster exhibited by 1 rederie Akers, and I. il.
Berry's trotting stallion Bashaw.
I.ate in th*- dav caine Mr. William Watson's en?
tries fi..tn Weet* heater County- -aSbi tland rtaljion.
Jonathan, a nias liflcent piebald; a brown Shetland
mare, Roxie, and her foal, a little piebald wretcn
that ran about like a dog and poked ins hom- int..
th*-hands of the managers and assistants m u ac
euatomed to lind Innis of sugar in *Jpch5ep*P
taclea. Roxi* waa qniel and well-behaved, bul
Jonathan reared and squealed and struck oul occa?
sionally wuii lu- ton- feel aa il be waa aa big as
oilier IWaes. The enormous elephantine draught
hot-cs., and I', n herons and Clydesdales, on the tson
trarv, were aa good-hnmored, quiet and loving aa
lu uri could wish, and when dis?use***! from the ring
to their appointed quarters followed their eonduc
tors willi perfect cheerfulness and meekness.
Among these were the exhibit?of 1. IJ. Dahhnan,
of this city?an enormous gray named Lucy and an
equally hnce bav named rtue, draught hontee. and
Paul and Honest Ike, Perchcroua, Two good-bn
i tl mid o.t.,.ssal creatures were the she mules
exhibited by E. B. Bishop's Sons, of Jersey I in :
thev nie dark brow ti and seventeen hands high,
and are named 1 'mk aud 1 > nab. I bey ? ill utterly
destrov the inti it.- reader's belief lu the comic
writers' allnaions to the wickedness of mules, for
tl., i are aa gentle aa they are big. Shortly before
tin m ct.nu- a much smaller white mule,
exhibited by Commander Gorriuge, Faida,
to hare been foaled at Mecca. There
vu- a specially Intelligent looli about In r
and abe waa of a much lighter and more symmetric
eal build I bau Ana iii an mules. The owners of
Wuk aud Dinah also -.'it a Jack, a monse-colored
aniiiiil about 18*_ banda high, finely built, of the
h...si perfect u....ti '..ntii.'r. u it of invin. ible ob
atioaey. He was named John. Winn dispatched
fruin tnie centre of ll re the secretaries,
?t .???? a. (j ii- td, i ' .,i his quarters, he
look it iulo his In .ni tn.it iic wattled in m-c (lie
world, aud all th* i ?? men could
hardly drag bim to his stall, Ho was hit ovei Ihe
lu ul '\*.i;!t whips, with ropes' ends, with sticks, with
IM-. anil li-' nev* r show* tl :ii:lit. ucvei attempt. .1 to
Im or kick, but he would uoi budge an iuch. and
1 i;h fi ni lui i igor, \YLiii he wi
i din his stall he broke the head collai
Ih most a ....|-.Kiini,"l way retie.lied fi.-in his stall
nnd began a lour ol ihe premisea. Ile was a . t.I
ti' ??? pounced npon hy ;i dozi n men, and tinnily
,,v. r>v ' .! bi brute strength, Mis ueighbor, a
small jack, from Groton, Miss., which was entered
bj it -...ii Lawrence, deserves a prize for his pe
. ni ... iv _t-u looked at tixedl ylie has a fashion
i I. v.it'tii' hit* ears like a hom*
.. ? : ?? . \..... .uni real iii' up w ith a
l. tabling tbat of ti cat, I hen be
lustily, and after the squeal gives a series ol brays
thal are ear-criishitiB-.
A lol of mat* hod animals and cob-like hors* - for
I . !?'. rN Lil a li .)" i tails, . tr., ii .1 \ - collie m. Mi.
King,of Tweuty-fonrth-st.,sends a beautiful l.av.
Kate, whose t.iil has beeu plaited in .. i.< >> aud ex
I liioit. Imni which ladies with Inx
uiiiiit liack-liair mighl lake a hint, ltcoi
the i.i ilium twinta_ii with the unstudied loo ? ? *t*
Ol iile bathingoostuuie. H.P. Lounsbery's mat* hod
nail for a T-eart, bogue and Patience, are in
1 , li.st. There are also plenty ol
noniea, and young Saportis, and .**. lieilbinn
lilli VU lilli I'll I I tO CM I, ISC Ult ill 11,11...
i ill mi's aaddle mare,
Pampl?tg, fun teen hands high, w.i> in li.
i bia* k imitc i
>s.isi..iii_ cantered arouud by another
Voluute* i. There were few carriage horses n ?>rtcd
np to last ni. ic. 11n- h a lui-,iin.'s! ,n tc. .H bein
William Watson's Hiince,a line creature willi au
exquisite head. I'he piebald shetland w-i.i
F. Stone, of this city, was nieasm ed aud fouutj tu be
auder << lian.ls. or forty in. Ins. Mi~> Anuie
Th..ki; son's Shetland gelding < lipid i- forty-nine
ami ii I,.1.1 n,i'.:> ?. There are mau) more to arrive
in this section,mid there win be a ki en competition.
*??
BOUND VIBRATIONS PHOTOGRAPHED
rici; ki s in <>m: hu; iv-ioti: inoUs-XoTll cr
a s CO I'.
P?otographyappeara tobe running a nee with
elet in.-.i.i iu curious developmeiits nial .rel ap?
plication? i '< .,1 -_-t-??. Rooke.i. the well-known
pli..ti.i_'i;.|>lier. bus just aiiii. \,-,| ti,,, remarkable
lc.. I ttl | il!.,,.,i'la'.ll HIL' si .111 ii I Mir, e. i hst un tn li, I,,, '\ .
'1'lie li-tl nan iii lil which tilts sound w a\e Was lt p
Ticiitttl or made visible in its effect is a new tole
ii! on*-, the inventor of which has obtained from Mr.
Kock wood a perfect ocular dei?itu -t
t.oii ?.t iis vocal i.ii.-.iini_ 'action, The
v, I. ia ti nu .naphragui, upon which tlie voice ia pro
jc. tctl. has ti tine metallic p.,int mounted ..Ii I '
tic ol it*, re vera* side. I kia .mut meets the point* -I
bjbj?|uf ? . ..min, tiit_ wire m, uearly lint when al
lt st 1 lu Hit. I l a! lu I uti li the tWO point - . ali lu- ,l|h.
covered only through a strong lens, The thing to
lu d.? was io aliow iii a pi< tnre <>t the iiiNtrutueut,
aa* rntlier iu a st t ics nt pt.-iiiie-., the alternate.
tad and-epaliilHili n! tl.c points Inna the vibru
liona h..palled to tin- diaphragm by the voice in.
voli tin,' thc dosi ul' ant) opuuing ol tbe electrical
air* ml and the coiisequeul reproduction ol Ihe same
late of vi ii i a i nm in the rtx-elviiix iustruuieul at tin
other eud of the line. In cousidcriun lins problem
}\!r. kiH-kwood f.tntrd hinisi If indebted to
collei 1 mn nt un cvpci inn nt by Herschel in pboto
gTftphiua "r tlauut uit.t>piiiL'i with the electric
hjniik. llfl*i Iel caused a loiii-.sidi tl p. i nml wood,
around w Inch a picture Wfts wasted, to revolve al
Ihl'Ii sp. cti as tn a taming lathe. By illnminuting
this revolviug picture with the electric spark (iu
total ilaikiicsis nthei m ise) he obtained a photograph
ol it aa si and i nit still al lluil iiibI?ii| in its revolu
tion winn Ibe spark Hashed. In d* scribing bis e\
pci'iti'cniMi?. Rockwood saiil i
?? \S in a i nit nu- HM-aMired the duration of the elec?
tric averil aa uue-tweuty-four lliwiinandtli ol a
w.oiiti. It would follow ill-it ifi\ vibration not
quicker than thia might beairestod on the photo
gta|t_ic plate al anj point in its travel. Whereas,
according to tlie iuvestiKatiousof Pluteau,the dura*
tion ol feucceaa \ e iuiprossioustin the hu man eye will
average half a second, the electric spark miL-lit sep?
arate aud distinguish photographieullj waves ..l
which I2,U00 impinge ou the retina while thu lind
of ilu tu c. i-tiil lingering lhere: in ulbei wonla,
ll',*mo practically all ai mn c. .\.i\. the vibi
or waves of air th.al yield the respoctive i
pitchi ? of sound have I leen accurately measured and
ewan ted. _sauuilng the piU'h of the onlinary mas
culmc voice in ci'iiNt rsatum to bo aa low ,i- uiiddlc
(', thc ntitiil.ei ..I complete double vibrations tn1
parted bj sn. h a voice to the telephonic diupbiaghi
cu tviiii-aiiiitii w mihi lu-?_:,.; p
lim holli w,a \S,. i Iii ii it tv. mellis cl th.-<li i'll, i.il'm with
Ita metallic point inakiug or breaking the electrical
circuit ai each movement. To ute aye. which
retains every impression for half a aecoua, 250 of
Ihsae movements would make tben uiipreasiou as
one und would give ii stationary, ti. utans image,
if they were ot au?tcietil depth to produce any
le ellet t whatever, as thej arc not. 1 he t lee
-ie spark, however, would nve Its Ulumiuatiou
god do ita nhotonaphic work within a little iiun-e
than one-fiftietn >.| the time of one of tbetym
paiiiuii nit'vein.-nis. a ancceaaion ol' mi. Ii photo*
frapha, therefore, would present fortuitour
aositionol the vibratii a p. lui from tl .it i i eon I ucl
io that <>i extreme retraction, with an iudeliuite
Bamber al Iniennediste pt.sitit.ns.''
io vt uti these cali nlaiiniis, Mr. i?lckwood carc
fi.iiy focussed his pbutographJc camera on the
points.if the telephone hy daylight, and a battery
of Leyden jun was ?., adjusted that winn ilis.
charg-tlit would throw the propor illiuniit-tion ou
the points. Mi. bockwood'a instantaneous plutes
were nou to Ih- toted under action five hundred
times t|inck<-r linn a seiiaible instant and also lu
visibly minutes. Of eouiea it was n- yet m practical
ij..eslmu whether they could effectivel) receiveaa
onicklr as the electric spark would give thu, m
tltite.siiniil i.ttii.ii of light. WuilniK until thc
darkest hour ol the night the plate was uncovered
in total darkness, tho telepboniat began apenking
into hts iiistriiim-iit. and the illuminating spark was
Hashed upon the noiuta. lins operation \
gjaatad e nh more timii twenty plates In sue* ossion.
The ivsultiiiif uegutives, on bemg developed,_iroved
a tri?_ah in two uris uml a science, lim pho?
tographs primed (rom them showed undei the
glass, tu some, coiitai t uf lin- pointe and in nth* 11 a
variety of infinitesimally dilferenced Intervals be
twean them: Notoueof tbe impresHiona ha I
than th.- om- twenty-font tbounaiidih ol a aecoud ia
which to be begun and caded.
? ?
ENDING STRIKES AND LOCK-Ol I B,
It lu prohahle that the Htrike nf llje cii-ar-iniikers
employed by Josephs _ Company, of l.a-i ,sixty
tbiid-.st., will be ended to-day. Ino men,abo were
?a-aftried from uucmcut -ouses to shops, struck
'or th* difference between house and "bop wages.
"In Ht'lurday tho finn informed the Profxressive
iiiii.ii that ti*-,?*, would like to see the strike Nf>
uittee to-day, and it is repardW a?% probable that
hey will accede to the demands of Hie nun.
Tlie cigar-makers employed by Math ifc Co., of
?v. i.niy ihird-st. and r*eeoml-a\c.t who wen
locked out for objecting to an obnoxious foreman,
prill return to work to-day. After they were locked
mt they informed their employed that 'hey would
(0 back lo work only on condition of an advance in
.av of about fl I", a thousand, and the discharge
if the foreman. Theil lenna wei* agre* <1 to.
Trouble has broken out afresh on the flat-houses
?.longing to the (lark estate which lie .heine
?reeled on i-si'veiiiv-third-st., between Eighth and
*,' int haves. In the strike on tboae bufldinga '?
the aununer sonic of the plumbers violated tnts
-t.i.-s of tbe Plumbers-1 niora and were tined, i aej
lid not pav the iii., s. Delegate Farrell requested
Mr. Brien, the contractor, either to dl^barge the
nen or to make them pay their 6nee. He;deeunea.
ind al) the nnion plumbers on the buildings wm
eave work this morning if ho should pet?M in nu
The original owner nf the building in Fifty-f;i"-t
it.,between Broadway and Berentn-aye., t"i"',>
md was able to pav only 60 cents on the dollar.
li.urinal contractor did not pay the bricklayers
ind laborers in full and the new owner refused io
nuke good the diih-i'ciice. Delegate Franklin and
Lyon thereupon ordered their men to leave work on
lYidiiv. On Batnrday ? settlement waa made with
;he mea and the strike, was declared oil.
-?
FALLING FROM AN ELEVATED TRAIN.
Jatnes Tully, a_e thirty, of No. 80 Mulla-rry-si.,
Newark, arrived in thia city from Newark on Satur
lay night with tbe Intention of enjoying himself.
He drank heavily, but before morning had bec.
...m. what Sober, At ?< a. m. he asten.'..-.I the steps
.f the uptown station of the Third Avenue Elevati d
Ballway at l'ifty-uitith-st., bought a ticket.de
tusitt d it in the box, and became aware that instead
if desiring to go uptown be wanted to go^ybome.
?ecitiK a tr;iin on tue down track, be stcppcdoii t he
.latform on tollu- track and crossed the space
a tween tbe tracks on a girder before the _at*
mew what be waa doing. The train waastandlna:
vith one of its cutes on n line with the girder, and
Cully seized the gate and tried to climb on the car,
ind bad almosl secured a foothold when tbe train
darted suddenly and dragged him beyond the
rirdcr. Then tbe brakeman aaw him, and in
>f opening the gate and allowing Tully a chat.fbi
iis life he laughed at him. Tully endeavored t"
? tcp hnk m. the girder, but failed, and he fell to
the street, a distance of twenty-five feet. He waa
n.ke.l nt. hs an officer of the Twenty-eighth In?
inti ana carried to tbe police station, e h< rc ai
hulance was summoned and he weal
PreslivttTian Hospital. There it ? ertainr-d
that Ins left forearm was broken, bia face cnt * -
itt. Iv al..mt tbe chin..-ind il was feared that he waa
suth i it.ii from Internal injuries,
A Tbibi ni- reporter asked the gateman who
sh.mid Lave prevented Tully from crossing thc
inn ks why he did not nuke .sun:.'.Hort to restrain
bim from leaving the platform. He answered thal
be didn't see the man. and thal he couldn't attend
to both thc passengers and the gate at Um same
lillie.
UQME NI Hs.
I'T'.nMIMNl ARRIVALS.
"?!
Bretoori flottte- Henry Irving and Henn I .
OtlUg, ?t London.Yew- tori I
W .K.i..-, ol Florid ? ' " '< Dorm rn H.
I . ,1... I, .....I ..,,.. 1 ,,l Ban ..... ,.,,.. ,,ii ?<,.?>
i, nf ludlana.aunei H k. i?. ruo
? the t'nite.l silt.-- Civil Pervlt I >n.
Hot* I ? Uti nat,t-Ci.lull. I I IllOt, I . .-. \.
li I.' :,.,,,so,, ?John Munroe, of Parla . ?
Bell, ol the British trrnj...
P. ?lout* .m. "I Bl I
??
WHAT ls GOING ON TO-DAY.
Opening ol thc BJ* ironolit?a Opera House.
l ns', _|| bl ol f 'i. Di; ra st thc At SJ
. '?! si ? I. H.
('.itv M - I. nc ? tim.-.
Oem m.- in il.' t It-vat. .t railro .-I .-ail in i
lii'iiii Renate * ???n\ ??*.? j..no.
1.itiiiii.mi Alli, i in .'.i.-.i i i
Ii \ in ? Hall .\s-eniMi ('i.uveull.ui -.
M.. Una ..1 Uugu. "i Ainerlt a, lu ( hun
Bl K-|.l!t.
liiipii-i pre ? na.
Me* ni r--.i tl., la luina ,: ( burt b Pa?1 tion.
National cuuveutkin "i Inventors, Lyric Hall.
?
NEW-YOKK ill V.
ll. hiv ll'.iii.iii'. ai.'e ii'."ul ffi i.\ -:';-..?, v. i- I
dead on Her No. Vd, North River, j 'sterday morn?
ing.
Si,ii.mi,ti Keausner. who diol himself un Fi
tl ed yesterday moruiug al the Niuety-iiinth Street
Hospital.
a M'if-Aitv o' av oi.tt M TIIODIBT cm R* il.
'1 be une-hundred-and-sevent* *'i I
tl J*ibn Sir..) Methodisl Upi-, .pa! I hun ;.
nel.l in->.t humbly. Bishop*. Simpson ttf pliiladcl
Ina, KiiHter nf MassachUNetts, Mid Harris ol Now
11. aili participate in the ex* ni's.
I I'M) i I Ii |\ a H M.I '?'. w.
I la- d< .'ni h. dy ol' a woman
was t'..nml in tue ballway of Sn. ."..; M
catii' \ e lenin'. 111? >n il 11 (j*. 'I I
violence upon her, and the probable cause uf ber
(1. nth mis alii.h,iii m. lie liinlv aaa soul tu Ibe
Morifno. where ii waa identified as tliat of " N
i Le ii'.'tk," a \ agrant.
I* I Altlll IS K D D Kl * .,1'llti I I .
A 'i ti it i i t-i look place Inst night between Jacob
Goliertzand Charles I?ower, employes of Eb
la .\ei\ al (lin '-hun.lu 'il-aml-lilt i -si\lh-s|. ami t.
A li n's-alf. < iniit il/ thew ii tl it k-ki.ilc a ti. I I a le.. .1
Gower in the light side indicting a wu il
inai prove fatal, Tbewouuded mau b_ taken to
his home ami u.i.s aiteiid. d bj Dr. Mubuu. (.nie .ti?
mi - arrested ami imprisoned in the lreiuoul I'oli* e
Statioii.
??' V I RI t \ I'll I RS r.
.John McCarthy, ol No. 133
lei h.i<iniight yesterday aaa attacked bj
al Wousler and lirooine sis., .me nf ?-|
him in the face, and the other attempted tu rob him.
Iii* ma<? a resistance, and one ol ihenieusti
lum with a heavy eano, knocking him senseless,
M. Can led m rca bing the talion-1
ol tl '? Eighth l*re* incl, and thence he wu (uk* u tu
st. Vincent's Ho j.ital.
a i.ut NK N Ma i mi ..ii A DO i
Iii my O'Kc.-ii , axe forty, ol No. 218 -'? e?| I i
severnb-st., ocean.e intoxicated ? ,, ny
..I-l i.iiim- his wife's bit?iday with too muck en?
thusiasm. He went to lin-h.of oj Ins bon
"siiinr off," bul lie wandered too near the .<! ??
and fell uj.the roof of a thn <?? -im . fruuii inn Id
inn. He vhs picked up unconscious. .,i,,i
pi. i..i'.iv tai.tl injuries. He waa taken t-i thc
K... nev* lt ll. -p.lal.
A-sAI ll tts' AS (il ll. IK.
When i Kiii.'i Mulholland, ol thc . if th Precinct,
attempted to arrest a young man iu Greenwich- t.
on .-salni.lay tii.lit he waa prevented bj ( i
McLougkliu, a I... knocked him down and while be
Jay pruittrata kicked him. Mulboliaml turned his
att.niii.il to his aaaailant aud succeed?1, with thc
aid of a brother officer, in makiug bim a prisoner.
Al the Tombs Police c.mri yesterday Mci ...i _*11 ? 111
?a.ts i .Miiiniit. .I fur trial bj Justice Herrman.
AUK sui, l ,,|; || All Mi a- lill.
Officer Gallagher, of thc Eighteenth Precinct, on
Bal urday evening w hile attei ij.t in
caught tapping tue till in William Henning*
ai.No. ll.. i:,i-.; Seventeenth-st., was . upon by
foin-tm n ivli.i !nat him severely aud rescued the
uri oner. Irater David Warren, age t ???.,,.-ur, nf
No. 51V! El?I Eigbteenth-st., wu* an* t< dani] \ias
identified b) lleiiniug and the offleei ns .?,,
latter'sa*tsailaiit?. lu the xorkvtlle p..lice ('..mt
day mom ing, tb accused mau said ho wu ul
linnie at the tillie of the assault. Ile was liel.l ,i,
S'J,<.(?ii bail bj Justice Power for examination,
MIK CKVlKAI. LABOR INION 1. Ko, nu t.
Politics euguged the attention ..i the i eutral
I?bur I uiim )( st. i,|ay aft* muon, Bl ii.s nu*, 'mu iii
Odd Fellows' Hull .it M-cani?t. and tbe Bowery.
I be committee ap not ni cl hi the ure\ ama niecl ing tu
.all primaries iu tue X?tAsseuiblt District reported
that an assembly district convention hud lie* n In ld
and that Vincent W. Woytisek, of i igar-uiakcrs
I'H _i,"ss|\e I liiuli, lind he. ii iii im i ii..', ii |., i > I, ,,,!?.?
"I A embly, and i harlen I.. Mill* r, of Clo!
Untters' Union, for Alderman. The nominations
were unanimously approved, A call aaa i sued foi
a meeting to be held al the Ijeniiania Anne ni
bh Kooma,Mo. 291 Bowery,on Wedne day evenii g
tn mvc eipreaaion to the sentiments ol tbe working
people against tbe contiact convict-labor *?,..., m.
ll NI RAL ol A*. Ali, I) N nRCHB,
Hilt.uah M. Jackson, a Regress, was buriedyes
tcitla j lu.ni lin dwelling of lin,ma. 1 nins, ih
band of her granddaughter, al No. 314 W?wi ;
finntl.-.st_ Il iias believed in the neigh Isirl.J
thal the old woman waa a hundred
years old. The funeral took place it Zion Chapel
ot the .Mri. un Methodist Episcopal Church in
llleet ktl-st. Illt'I e ll, I e jH'im ll t s.i me nf | |, ,|,.|.
did. and grandchildren oi the deceau* ,i woman, in
I clnding ber yonugeal son ami last child, wbo had
j all the appearance ..t a man I. ss than i? ? ? i ?. \ ears of
ago. This would render neceasan tbe snppimitinn
il.at Mis Jackson \--as a nvit ber after ber s.\. nt loth
yt u. Mic had 1.-st lew ni lui teeth, had good
sight, never need spectacles, could hear wbisji. r?,
, amt le i appetite a ..s good. A visitoi r< marked tba!
he th..unlit the woman could nol have been older
! tiiim nveuty _va,
i M..ill hkivini; a sTui.KV MILK?WAOOM.
Joaeph .Jiiliaii, amllk-wagou tiri-.> r, ai
1 of No 340 I ast Twentieth-st.. was iirruiirned In the
\"tk\ iib- I'uli. i- Ct.nrt u st,ulm for faal driving.
Before Um coori eloaed, Oeorge (Hocker
ami Alfred lhle, of No, j 109 I
I called ai thc police station. The fonuei
jsfatcdthfittheh.it.se found in the prisoner*!
ii lia.i k. ii .st..l. ii i. mi his staule, wblle thc
. latter iudentified tbe wagon aa having naen stolen
I from his pim.. nf lu,mm.,, togethei with s,_ u.ilk
.ails. Tne yotith was rearraigued and said thal be
! bad bean paid by a sti-ange man to diive the outfit
] found in i t.ii.'h iogton- ;.. and be kn* a
I uotkiu g uf the llucc iu,ian lag tuns. Ihe kui*** hud
been brutally beaten by some one, the marks of the
lash being plainly visible, while in somo places the
blood had started. The accused mau was held by
Justice Puwer to answer.
A VKT' RINAUY Bl'Rf*EON'S F.XPI.OIT.
George Brandt, age fifty-two, a veterinary but
eeon of Newark, N. J., was hroiight to the Jt-tlvrson
Market Police Court yeslerday morning. Hrandt
boarded one of theran* of the Thirty-seventh Street
Crosstown Um foing Mest Sutuiday evening in
Twenty-thlrd-st., aear Sixth-ave. Bs earned a
bundle' and hud a dog with him. While he was gat
ting aOSBS money lunn his po. kel lo ].;iy lim fin-,
two young men, wbo wen- in tbe car, snatched a
?IO Dill but of his li.md ami Jumped off the car.
Brandt dropped his bundle and dog. aad ran after
the thieves, hut * InV silt ceciled in ] nuki nu good their
cs. ape. 1,'ctui nillir, he lound the car gone. Ho
boarded the next ono, which was driven hy Hugh
OTooL OTool says that Brandt want..! hon to
Increase his sneed so as to overtake the other car
and on hia refusing to do so created a disturbance.
Intlie m nilli- Brandt broke some of tbecarwln
dows. The driver then had bim arrested, tin
being brought before Justice PaMetaonjresterday
morning Brandt waa anable to imy a fine of .flo
which was Imposed upon him.
BROOKLYN.
The Inst chance for votci> to register will In fr?
ilay fruin M lo 1 1 ;i. m. uinl from 4 to 11 p, in.
Mrs. Catherine Glendenning, age thirty-live, of
No. 32 Pourtb-et., a prisoner for drunkenness in the
Butler Street Police Station, committed suicide
yesterday afternoon bj banging herself to ber eel]
dot.r with her apron twisted into a rope. She was
ulivo when cul dow n bul could not be nstisilat. d.
The police arrested Sylvester S. Harncn, aire
twenty-four, of No. 157 lj>vfnteentb-sf., yesterday
morning, npon Ibe rharge of high wai rohbe17.com
initti d upi.u Edward Kat in, of Ro. 80 Woodhull-st.,
from whom ho took a gold watch and thain
worth *J*100.
Protap Chundar Moxnomdar, the eloquent Brah?
min, who is visiting thia country in a ..mr around
the world, conducted tbe sen ice last evening in Ibe
Unitarian Church ol Ihe Saviour. Af ter reading
Oriental sacred booka, Mr. Mot.lax spoke
npon the tenets and works of tho Bramo-8omaJ, or
"Church of (!od,'' m India.
M'.w-.m:i:- i v.
Si-cuii-. Martin P. Butts, sae forty, foreman
of tbe drying-room .fleeted with the American
Powdei Company's Works, dieil v* sterday moi
from injuries raused bi au explosion in the works
on vii a-div ni-ef.h. fl itt- waa a deaf mute and
a brother-in-law ..f M. V. I.indslej . superintei ti* ni
of the works. He waa aeon to io into the di
room late iii the mt, numil ami about ten ni
.?- a 1. ,ii.ie explosion am. ibe
.
Lindslej foi nd ll itts b'tri< tl nuder ? miai
tin.i.er. Butta waa married Iml had no children.
ll,..:; iwaaa frame building 155x40and
was aituated about 200 yards from Ihe group of
'? ? ?! !.-'"'
:. nml the loss la ? lin .?ileil al |6,000.
NEWARK.
Francis Murphy, the temnoranee advocate, began
a -.fies 1 f tin ? 1 tigs al the ('cnn,il Methudisl I
cen '1 Church I.i tn cuing.
\.i 1 nst bound pi ere? press on the Pt
, Kailroad, oil the Iraek at Vi
h stati D on Sat unlay night. Travel waa atopped
t..i nearly f \>" 1."
A butcher shop ai Crane anif Stone- t.. <*
ii ii d liv a ihief yesti rda 1 '?' ; _ ? '
th.- a. 1 "I robbing the rush-box. I he tl. ? t turned
nlver, am
I \l i'lllmv folio-*) 1 ll Ll I lld
? .1 ? .t!i ri nfl d* rat*
thiel and forced bncli into the shop,
! ? IH1
(.'iiii- c. iiit. W. /. Ring, Surveyor nf tb<
makes thc following report of the fiaherfes f**r the
. ?
*.i ?-.'; ?'?!?? ? nd* '. d: '-'
?- uti.I !M ".". Kins of gr* eti Ri tap
linnie: 1 dillie ti -li ea "-il 'J *.' tons.
n't Point, c.ipi.un <? rg \~. v, ?
while
Smith's Point, recovered hs
at N. .1 p. it. I'. I..
I'.ii.i lui-,
p., k. .1 np oil I'. ... k Isl md. lim 1
\ .11 I.. 1. . I..
il. . it. .1 I
badlv dani
ii. filed rei tain Pear* >? a 1 it. ? that be
\\ ill Li .1 for th.- whole
damage t" tba vessel and eargn. having found \\ it
? I u.hl a.
? t a lu 11 the Lockwood tonk b< r.
I uni; 1st uro C'TT.?Five you
li - [ni lb.
bim, '"". 1 him, de?troved Iii- furniture, fl
hts 1 hain* tl rough ihe . il i..
pull down Ins lii.u-e. 1
1: ? house for the poll. e. but till I at the
1 that
'
lieut
li iii the ..il it Illili. ; works >.| Mei , , Sole
A I leining, In New loa n C I* .1 on
? Imiirruv I* 11
.1" 11 tn deal
iii nut
li d her, fur I.
I tlh wife rurel" r tho '
The women who .? ?? it t! it be di erted them, sin
that the, iv ill prosecute hun. Wife ntiiuber thre*'
thal si,,, i, di ?? nth k " t,, him t!
"thick and thin." I'ilmutt.r. denies having been
tu al I It'll mille til III lill. e. illili I hut ll ll- tl. thc l
u .1 li whom he wns living w|.t rented,
?WE.STI III'.*? I l I,' ( ni M V.
MT. \ I KN"*-. Ile-1 Clir-tl.ll, ll eui,,!.,I
driver, was drowned 1 rilaj afturnoon, while
Till Ih \ir.'. Si cn. Hector: "Iathat the
i-f. ?' ' 1 1 ..? -
ullin.ut. Kulin: nt dor?, etc. 1 What's all th
'
young 'ounda a c..iniin-1. irk from rnhliln', found '
am 1 . and nun.eil 'Im all Um* may 'rn
.rn when i - it In) 'ii ??:. li
1 ?
wintlow (with 1 Mut??sin) ,1 t>< .inti rul ni, 1
1 a 1, 11:"
iii^ Cn m-iii .-bon ! in .:<; . ** j ..,,_?_ ,,|,]
riiiipple, Miii 1.ie jroii wal. 11 ? .. precious fn_H"
? Ilks the loni nf Ih ,t r. Mun whn'alM i a
li ?>?.:? t . >,, 1 rlvollij ?? 1 ,.
'?|f. ' Kl. . fl ? ???!
tn look artel me <I>.111.k* the garotUuB ne?iu."
_^___^___
MARINE l\ I l.l.l. IGi: \ 1 1 .
?11 ? 1 -. 1 fitt: W.MAN At'
-nu 11- ?>. 0 - ' ,,. 'ji
11. n mia: mi ii
I-, u --a11.iy IIatm, 11 1 ? .-?? I-. 1 1 ? ,1...,,.; ..,,-_?
FtiBEHIS SHAM 1. ,1 1. a 1 rms nilli.
ro DAI
I""' /,..,,
w Clyde. 11 ? ? .
.... .li" ron .1 ., ,,,.,,,(
IK Im.lal 1 tu i-.i inset? I 1 1
1 1 .:: ...iiii?i..i. .'v
Ot .? Olassow iu, ? ..,.
I I ?*n IV, tit |ti|||. |( ?.;;.
Wi-siepbsl- Ha*?sasa-aBj . Ba-h-AaM-r.
Pi unaylvaul i Illa .
nt I.IVer|,.l,,l
1 Wast?a_l?? Pali im.. n v ??,i M.,1 ports
WI DWI aiiAY, li n.1:1 1 1
1 city i,t i'll i.i 1 ii..- aaa aad Mailra v. .
11 "" ii'
.sn 1 rnm, w. ii h.
POI 1 "I WI ?'? mllK .. H'NI.AV, tu 1 .1
Alllll VII.
-matti. I Kt'Vl.t dir, Rum MW, law,, ..',?, |fl .,,?_ ,
lOWII ll, Mill.Ih. lin.' pan- ?. , is lu I IV J ll ?
.:? ti... rdsni in ,, .
..? ? Ult
nail nula,- alni
*r Al is, Percy, Ni ar-orlei?a a ,!?.,,, *in,,,
Un ? I .\ Mut. an
1.1 Kui.-' :. in 'IL Kui", r. V w 1.1'.-iiiii. f,,r fr,,ita. n, e,
r-t' amer Nm nochMi, Ken ploii.Ksvannah'.'iadaya willi 1 nias
and i,.m-eiii 11? rn 11. ?
lill 1 ult -Ii.-mi. 1. Cen.rn,I-f..ti. 11,1,1.-ti,I, 'A ___* Willi
le.n.. ami 1? si.ii:. .1- lo J IS uulutard ,'. t ,,
*_ i""'-' WJ " ''? *'"'. (liv Pn
1, with inilw an . 1. u- loOi.l |..I,,.,?, Ha 1 n
??'...a ..niaiitli.ti'. Mallett, Norfolk and Weat 1-..I11I Va,
Willi a 1.1-. mal Baas. l.t. I ? lu 1 ? al . n.Ina.Inn Sh C,
11, win.Isa
toTlm. \V SVIelit 1 n
I 1 al ll.. I nil. r. I'llllllllf Ullin.
"stesmei M| s ,,:,.. .-,-,.1, ,?, boa?u. ta ballsst lo Plat for.
wo.hi a I n.
-t.ui.nr OlaOtt?, 1 1, tsllhn?ss t? 111 In1,i
eek.
ship Wm ? McNeil (a. ?. 1 loo tonal 0* Rn*_ "f sad rrtan
I'l. lon, N -, , dara, la liallui 1 to -. aa,m. I Ul01, \\ ,;i load lol
Ju; n.
?'???? Inly ll.
' ' ' ' IM-I
KrfiU I ? nit ..,' \ nun.m. I,. Nh), Durlter in i-t ..1 37
dui?. iii Iniil i-l lo Hoi .1 .'. li rn
" ; " ' ii- ???,., Voa 29, ?itli .-.itT.-o
tn ii|'.|, |; vi-asol to --ii..'.?
1 Kalda I" tiava willi
? 1 tn Pniu 1. l..li. >. c, ' '
re, IU?sbb Md e .. arith =u,-ir t.. ti \ui
Bibi k " 1 ' '-1. ? .-I
' "? I'''." Iilphla 9 ilaya, li, I.Hllaat to
ll I M ?
in, Pi in.iinl.iiit, lt; .laya,
'??"I ?? ta., veaw-l lo Pilli, li 1
Urtu VI.ni .I'.ui, I.all.iiii.1. I 11 I. in ,,1 ,, ...,,, n,i[,
' 1 Hat?
ti, n. '.'
.
t.. A S Ka'.ini- tit . a,
I
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' 0.
Hook, li. _l LS] 1 i??i. at
, titi Ialsiid, light, NE .i.ni.ly. ' >'
- Ml.II.
Maniiiitiaii, Mart?ki Amaliea. HalMa?ra,
lt.ll>.-. Muline .Mila,, '.. [. _
en. I.nl.1.1. Alijtei? J_V_, Ant.,11:0 ?ls
ns.
I III. M'.VI MI.SI-s OF BTI kit
I iiKKHiN PORI -t.
LOBPOB, Oct 90 ?Its* I* SB?_? Ni.tl,mt Hill 1 K, K.i..
?.I -u Anni?, ?ia_im.i Uurrux iBr), I-.nil.
lluui Ni sr-Vui. Uito.
Palled, ali?iii-r lows (Br), Walters, lor htmi doni Ohio, Mor.
rlaon, for l'hll?l.-i|ihi?
a I at? Arrived, tU-aiuer Hlssoorl (Br), Qlotg, (rom Boston
Oct ll.
Qckksstow-i, oct 'JO?AtTlrcd. ateamer City of Richmond
(Br), Condron, from New-York Oct ll,on her way to Liverpool
(_ni proctiiti .1).
'.'Int?saili.l. -teniiii-rn Prv'lils (Br). Mnrphy, Alaska (Br),
Murray, ami BelgrBlia (Kr), Btxitliby, from Llrerpool lui.nt
tor New-York.
I'i.AjMow, Oct 20?Arrived, Bte?ncr Brit?? la (Br), Benson,
rrom Qnrtiec Oct 4.
M. vu.i.e. (let vi?AtTlrcd. steamer Parisian (Bri, WvIIh,
riniii lloatoti (let lo, nu her way to Liverpool (and prorc .'. a..
llHimoi., Oct io? Arrlvctl, ste?ncr Warwick (Bri, Lobbott,
[rom New.York.
'il at? A rn vml, steamer Durham Abbey (Br), Lund, from
ll.."tun Ort I,
BULL, Oct ?.'il-Hailed, atcanicr Oslllco (Br), Jenkins, for
Sew.York.
Havkb, Ort 20?Sailrd, atcaiiier trance (Fr), d'Hsntertve,
for Ntw.Yorlf.
21st?san,, 1. ?H.-.rritr fleltcrt (Cor), Knlileweln, from Ham
Janr hi nie fur New-York.
CnatSTI?(Bi ilt-d, steamer Island (Dan), Tliom
.en, fur (few.York.
.WTv.K'i, Oct rt?aitntr IlLyulan.1 (Belg), Jami
ion. far New.Yi.iV
IIamiii ito (nt -'O-Arrtved, stt-nmer roi ur ta (Ocr), KesstI,
'loin .New.Vtnk Oct it.
DOMI'STIC POUTS,
noam*, Ort 2*1-Arrived, steamers Wllkesbarre, Mills,
Pl.Il nit Iniila; Falmouth, Mall, St John. Nil.
cttaretl. Kt. .liners Berkshire, Bowes, KnUl'i-ore- Norman,
tonkins, l'hllade.,phia; tilii'itiis. Hearse,, New. York; Newttixtl.t
-lty (liri. M 1.1.lox. Kim.Inn- Wa ii. nsiau IBT), DaL-..ell, Ulna,
'ow; CiirTull (Iii , Brows, Wailful.
Phii.aI'H.ph.a. Oct 20?Arrived, steamers WUILiiiisport,
['url rmtutli; Mayflower, Davidson. New-York.
Cl. ur. .1. ali una ts t'liy ,,f Savannah, catherin*, Havannah;
[terka. Hand, lioatou; Cath \Yliltlns. Hardin*. Providence i
Inn Btu, Wanui, ami Cumiuouwi-altli, Van Kirk. New.
i/nrk.
?.l?f?Arrived, ates- tcrs Ht-n-nlea. httson. Boston; Beadles,
?mitti. New.l!-,i,',,ril, Wordsworth tun, Tillar, Muditen?icm
jorts.
1)i:(.awabb UtiKiKWAiF.K, Ort 21 -Passed. steamer Bntl-ih
['tin,'.-- (Br), fr.nn I'hll...lr Ipl.ln for Liverpool
BiLTIMOBB, Oct''()-Arru.-.I. steam.'i's t iliiti (der), Meyer,
Brenn n, Wm Untslward. Yinnar. New.York.
'.. st rsm el J..tm W (Jarrett, Foster, New-York.
21st?Arrive.I. rti?inTS 'leo Ai'pnltl, Custer, Providences
Viii'-' nd, Hart. New York.
Balled, st?_tera Hoyne unit Wm Crane.
cuMit.i'sins.ii, i .if vi'. '.".it.in (Hr), r'ardlfT;
I ?<? ii nat i. \, m Yin!.; Hat icosaa, Baltimore.
Balled,air?ncr Cit] at .it iota, N. a York.
'.'l-l Irrtved. ateamin Liscard (Br), Cilltraltari Interna
limul I Kr), New t orri
Ni lol*, Od -ii i ;? ared, sti-anur Aurora (Ur), Barcelona,
havannah, oct 20-AtTlvi.il, -team-r Wm La wrence, Bal tl
1 -I.-liner Pity nf Macon 1" ' ?' Ipi ' i.
Vlsi -.iu!i,l, -.i, ?i?, i- Kian ii.ant (Br), llevali Tallai
N.m Yt rt
. tjuta, i. ' M itsaraera TiiiVe of Arrvll
Br), Bath, wu, Ilsa
-. Quit k, Res \ .n k.
Al the 1 ? '
? ? I. in,.eil... Reed, and Hudson, I r . n..n, Ni"V-York.
tte?itel Well.
Annual
i ,\ Wu ?< '? " -licit banii " I
LrjXDBOKG's i.'iiiMsii Cologne.
HrrrI A. I?\mi I-. m. i>..
Ill Ia III,ill.il
li. ? - tn 1. .-. I,, 7. Dis. asea ?>! Ibo N
'-.-Cliii.il> t 11 .'.tv.
?
Rkinnt Min*.?" Well ' Health I.'* inner " rc
11
SPECIAL
SALE ( >!
L A (j Li b.
IU ll. Hi t ill***-1?il 1; i 01 1 ut-. *?i .i?i aa
rt 1.111 e,i li. in - 1 nti'l ta I,
Kill, Ht (III-** Ml ll I III. I. AIM I'lil -. |3 mid
M '.l'i n,Itu ed lunn *-"i iiml - III.
IM ll. 1)1 . Ill ? i ll I I l-l-, st .-,(1 nnd 80 M|
re.lu.td li. ni *s? .'jil nnd tl ?
Kill, Ul I III -** I lt I. Il IMIKKKITIIKIS. HI M
nial *s!li ndii, ed Iroiii "I, ? I mid** I I.
Kl \l III I 111? 1.(1 K .1 VI.OT-. ItOc.i rnlnnd from
79a.
ttl IL POINT ll'l I.ltjt Bl :.(M Nt I..-, it ir- hes wide,
?1Mb?, nnd 1 uiim -ii h. ni Mn.
RI ll. I'll I vr I ti 1 K u.'l'.i-, tl, *>??* M nail M.
ruin, id ll. S. , -'Inna* HO.
111 ii i\ - "vm-ii -1 um-, ru 11; -, ice* ai 0KB
II ll I I . lilli \ u.I K.
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i o- i ..i i ni'oi: i itiov
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reili,. i ,1 li mn Mc. ,
Bi
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2S West lU*t, and i!) Vital 22d-.?.I
CARPETS.
lill 'I I IIN-IVI l\H V l I'.i i.l> A ?- .1:1 M KM
'Ililli' ll. I. T11 K I i, I I i - I s
'.'. I I. I .>'.-., AX Ml \ KIA Kl -,
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ii DIBECT I i ."i.i \ . 1"
GREAT SILE
i w
INGRAIN CARPETS.
ham*., cm ham i. liii khan.:: Off A
\. lilli ll- - KICK. IS A --i'l . t ' I Ol ?'! ItlNU
U I ll \KI i.Kl . UN M"N I' N Y'. 'I UK " ' ?, I ll ll
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Kl .1 ALI ll....I KXTKA '-I'lT-ll I.S..KAIN-- aj
;.- t i -. i.- I'l ii \ aud
UPHOLSTERY.
?I!.' III. -Ul.
BOO PA I HM ll KIDMAN t i ItTAINS AT iii M t
\M .K I I'
100 PA IBM A Ml KUI AN IT'HTALNU Al' l'i 60 i
i\ inti ii ?!)
Gue KAIKI- MM'liArs LAI K "I UTA I NM AT ttl t
wt i in ii si -j
TIKI I-AIlt.H LACK CK lt I A INN Al Jil ;
ll t'Kl ll **>
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l-'Kii.d (J.. I'l.MM KKK 1 ?RD,
SHEPPARD KNAPP
St tit.,
Sivlh-.ivt*. .uni l.'tlh.sl.
Till'. ITIIKII-OITIY Of in: 111 ll UK.
Till, -CM At ll. 1 III. DOWBLB AND TIIK I.I VI.R
AUK Kl Mt.-.s-lllKK Ki-it EV?RY KIMI lilli
HACKS lill Ililli. Kl i.II lt., ItiNI'. AND HAR
Mi.M/i: iUK A. IL.H 01 TH?BR I?URO OROANI
Willi TABBll TN jsKI.T/KB AI'KIMF.NT, AM) YOU
ct ki. i lil. . mm PL UM I' Ai I lr* BOUROR.
.-'H.I) KY Al.I. DRUOOMT
r ATAORII I ' i . l'.nlin Mill, Ml.i-ii R|.|.l|.d Ky
^ai ? i i i "?' ' ' ? " '"" l! ' ""?'Ults. I-- al '..it..,!.
Pu?"am niVnl ''''' "'"' '-1" '?' ''' healthy seer.-.
r- ,, i t-v-1 tlOBS. ll allays liitlainnialluii. pi?sets Uk
niau ad
l_js'*t.,'_?''?...! / ditlonsl .. '.ts i .. mglet* y beala thr h..h-?
U?_r?__A A nt n ii'-l.ut ? lin- ai-flafl of Issie snd B?i>ll.
-"?'*,I"a M in.,:, ,?i i.m'u m.-uiiluiMlbyale-s ap.
Wy* 10 I-lu . i ..ii ? I '/.. ,.?. ?/'? T.,i - ?
ifT ff i 1.1,111.Hoi ...i.lin ii..- bea? Acree
??\i "'' ' '"'""?? ~> I'd '"I illillllir. fitliintrt,
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HAY FEVER J'Aiiii .',1'v.i.,,:. v.
CI'ECIAL BTUDENT8 in Technical Ch m
O I tn, An-iiist- un.I \.-..i:i. \l> ntl I., ff.. K Kl.Kl.-.,
l.,ilii.lal.il> ul U lUSIII,iii-of I .'i lui.,I.M>, UulMik.lt,
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OPERA-GLASSES.
TIFFANY X CO,,
? nioii Square. - i"%'cw-Yorl**,
in anticipation of thc Opera Sea
won, lia vc imported an unusual
utock of Opera-Glasse*. which
they oller at the following
prices.
I?l;i< k inouiitlue;, leather
eorerlu-, . . . $3 Io Hil.
?IiiUt iiiouittin_, leu titer
covci-lns, . . . $l? to 8l'_.
Ciilt mon ii I in- and mother
ofpcurl, . . . $|.t to*to.
Aluminum Iramrs, . . $?*_ ?<, $70.
Others, richly doiorn led,
? IBO to RlttOO.
Sole agent* tor (Jhevallicr and
Voigtlander glasses.
DECKER
BROTHERS^ ? *
GRAND, UPRIGHT IND SQUARE
PIANOS
ire incomparable in tv or km a ii
?hip and matchle?? in tone.
Tlicy are thc heal and mo**t dur
ahle Inatrunieilfa in tiic world.
The prier's arc thc very lowes! at
v* hieh Instrument! of the high?
est -standard can bc ?old, and
fhoae desiring "the he-st" shoti!
not fail to c-ia ni inc thc
DECKER BROS.* PIANO he
torc pm chasing elsewhere.
33 UNION-SQUARE, N. Y.
W. CHILUNfiWOBTH & SON,
Jilinr jnrrrljants.
t amt*thttmArt<*t tr,:o.)
llfp Tmr\
1 *-.?_*_*. ??_ ' ?*"
e W L =
V ^'_a_'--*' ?
To ncr Majettj g
QUEEN VICTORIA.
_ Jo His M'iestv - m g^ ?
The Kin* of Sweden The K,u. oi Bavii, fc
ami Norway. _,
? - ? B> ?' ?
.n?-**sr*. C lillian*-worth -I _
***?oii have I lie Iiouoiir it z
jaloran comonen in th-* ?
I 111 Km! Mut cn flint th?\' E
continue to supply *ti*s? ?
HO V A I, ld RtB] Me i: ??1 J
4ta-errl-eo. Ports, timm f
?i,i^ii*i*>*-if Blruiaii.v. whUBi ?
tor their quality, Mavoui J
.?ml piirlty, aro oiiMir- ?**-.
iia-a-4011 at thc- price'***.
tA*toft*ttatitien amt Wrier* ot*
np ttl it af ion to 4.1, threat Toner
Street, I.o into it, Kn ty la ml.
MANHATTAN
SAFE DEPOSIT
AND
STORAGE COMPANY,
346 and 348 Broadway, N. Y.,
oomin of leona**?t kt.
Receives for Safe Keeping
UNDER GUARANTEE
in i. .i.s. in t. t's win. and oin: u v \i i-ahi.e
I'All I'.-*, I KINKS, Ml. Vi; HW Alt! ?', .It.M BI.KY. PAINT
IM.s. BILK UOUDtS. OLD DUBIXI?- AlC'OUNTH, Ao.
SAKK.S TO KKNT l-TIOM VIII lo 8.MI0 I'KIt VKlit.
WM ll A PPM I.'N. fros ta H KI-MII"!'. Vti-e IT. ??.
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All StTlss nnw na I ihlMtlm pud r-al, al "ttr M |*IV- YOltK
Vi 4HKUOO-- UUOAUWAV AMI TlllK'l V-sl.\TU
rSTnKI-'.r.
All eui yreixtetitmA fuatar.'std to bs ol His kl_h,ai
limdiUTSl tinaIIIy.
LRTtSTIC WAU. PAPER8.?EatabUahed
_*_ inti 10.000 rat's Plas Oold Paper, ?- c**b_ per toll i
Oo?lp__er. l-l cania Bar roll: tii.r oi.M Hhsrtea. ll p.-r |. ur.
lion ,. . mil tore* l's?ted, l-a->. i, ii sud Kslaoin?rd.
JAMIs w. IDA IKS, -isa ll.iiUitii st.. below syilii_.
NATURAL BITTERWATER,
r-.n.-<i i.tj i,,Ni.ir:t..-s rnvwi.r^.if s.t.r-,"...t _tis?-a_alja?natya*
i-f of .1.1..ri.I. .- i I Mil 'Ll .; ?rtf.l .,,.|_,:ell-tr*__ttl ?*"?
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t, ,it?-*,|.,.-ult.rt.. f,.i.alc?.l?.|.i._<i ot U?i U.J. tklo.
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Bth-Ave^ini 20th-St.
SPECIAL BARGAINS
OFFERED TIMM WEEK.
6,000 DOCS
BONNETS AND HATS,
IN FKLT. VKI.VKT AND PLUSH.
DdUK NM-: STOCK
OSTRICH PLUMES,
fancy rrATHKHs, una, _Rr-AST8 AND winos.
FLOWERS.
RIB ROT*-!S
AM. BHADBB AND WIDTHS.
SILKS and SATINS,
PLUSHES and VELVETS.
TA.'Ef- AND MADK-Dl* LACE OOODH.
AN Kl.l..ANT LINK UV UV b_B_ I?.CF.H EY THU
TARO.
ALL si:\v DESIGNS AND BE.i-knt importation.-*.
CHILDREN'S CAI--. IN PLUSH. VELVET AND LAI?Tl
COILAi;i: I'ii:-, Fleurs, CAPES, Ao
^BROIDERIES.
ii'.'i...) VARDa kim; HAKBUl*?I EDGINGS ano IN.
8EB1 'I.-.'ii**, ALL WIDTHS, Al li'.'. IBs., I -?. Ma.
?Wi: ABOUT ORE-THIRD 1111*111
Al n m VALUE.
PLAIN ANO FANCY CUBTA?"I , 17C.|
Wein If BOB,
BOO DOZ n I MI!? AM. 1 IN! N FANCY I'RINTKD
li. B. BANDEEI'.*, n i i.i s., 13% ; ii Kin: i i.i) from Ho.
KID GLOVES.
wi-: OCTEB OM MONDAY "ito DOCBI mk dh
OLOV] 8
I nt* i i "---'. Me ; 4 BUTTONS, 8V : fi BUTTONa. 01q.
Mitl'i-iji'i.'i.UKi: OLOVE8IN BUNDI ANO (il.A. K,
I
riNUED BAU or' OTT* ?? I..UT.\'(. " Gi.oVr'8,
.' el B aEOULAB OOOJM IN ALL
BHADE? _
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
ALLTHK LATEST N'.vir.TflEU IS I 'II.MI.1.1" AND
M I RA BOO I PRINOES A.M. P I AND
PEAT iii.I! I .HMM, I
Mil. SELECTED STOCK Ol I-T Ni: IMPARTED
IU*l I
PANCY OOODS, TOILET At riCLES, Ac.
VC?B AND Ft B ii-1 -.r tl
SUITS AND DOLMANS.
tailor-mads sum, eil tn and orw__di**, all
CO LO RM
PKBVBCT -CITATION BEAL EAOQUBI IN PLCSH,
? ass.
i.At'ii-' tr;:-'v ci B i.v 1...1'. in OEBA*!
VARIETY AT LOW PBIl
CLOTH DOLMANS, 1 RINKED with PUB, -jg 'JO AND
OPWARDS.
QCIL11 i. itv: D I DBI 1 LABS IN OTTOMAN, BATIM
AM) BILK, BI*.
m'IN B ROC ADS, nil" TAN BBOCAD?, 1T.AIN
OTT* NAM AND BK (LIAN.
DOLMANS -WILTED LlNINO AND 1TUMMKI WITH
Kl ll. -.J A .Ml I I'.
v-s AND VBWM??KMTB AT POPCLAB
ITU _
CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT
A LAROB ASSOBTMXNT vi-.-'s' and <TII_.?
I ND D PW All
BLEOANT PLUSH, CASHMERB AND PLANNED
bins. PROM TWO TO SI-TI ai YEAbii at vbby
lia;- it.ii 1 8
HOSIERY.
BM DOBBS LADIES' lu-.Kl.vi; MADB COLORED
li.-. , .
1.8 I ./KN LADIES' RKOULAB MADB MBBINO
Iill-'K. --"..e.
100 DOZEN LADIES'HBINBICH ?"'i HoPI'KN ' II? --K,
All t ULOKS, 4 ar.
LAD1BS' ALL-WOOL BOSB, RBOCLAB M.tl'1., '*'
1 Tl) lilli.
CHILDREN'S HOSBOV ALL KINDS,
MERINO UNDERWEAR.
IBO DOZEN LADIES' IfOBVOLK IND SEW-BRONS.
Wit K DNDBBWBAB, HIT. KEHCLAB MADB, 41 "O
BACH.
?li A8BSI vdikv MKDIl'ATl i> VESTS AMD DBAS/'
BBS, Bl 28 kai H.
LADIESI MK iii NO VEHTS Boc. aXM-, BSA, 73c.
LADHEM' MILK Ail. BAND B9.
MENS MEDICATED SMXBTS AND DKAWKBH, il _>5,
WORTH Bl TB.
'. AM?8 KENS BEOULAB VESTS and DRAWR?B,
" .V BW-RR1 IAIN HKAND." l-l I Al lt. All. Ill
MEN'S Ml'llINu VESTS AND DRAWERS, :,<c, tht . tl,
(1 no AND l Y.
Ml D1CATBD VESTS AND DRAWEES, B1JJS,
tl Tr. AS DBS.
SCOTCH* BBTIOT,Tee.Sl ANDS! Sit.
OENTS' CHAMOIS VESTS LINED AND CN MN, 1>.
SMOEINOiAl BETH IN SILK AND LT?TU.
IS' TIES, -?CARI'S. BRACE*, COLLARS. CUEsaf,
Ai
willi! DRESS SHIRTS, 80* AND 71c, TDK llFsTSl
LINEN GOODS.
OBRMAN TAIMJl DAMASK, TNIll.KALTIED, 48c
PBB YARD
HI.kai UKO TANI?I DAMASK, BOB. IKIt TABDi
Wt lill ll <?">??
TURKEY Rl*n DAN ASK, BSa
BSNAPKIHM, AI.LI4N?H, 76s Pl it no/ tCM , won 1 ll
$12fl
BMBBOIDERBD PLANNBLB, WHITS AND 00L0BE1*.
7Sc , Oac , $1 23, $1 BO _ ___
BLANKETS.
104 wool, lil aNKBTBj Bl M 1-N'" B1T4
1T4 WOOL BLANKETS, S9 SS BIM ANDI
IM WOoLCIMTNNATTT Bl ANKKIts, la '.',; WORTH
$7 r.ti
CALIVORNIA DIAMOND "QP BLANKBTS, .7 ??.-*;
?A ol: l ll tn ta.
YU ca 1.1 loi: ma DIAMOND " y" BLANKETS. SI TS.
IM CALIVORNIA DIAMOND "U" liLANKiT*-. $lo'J*li
""uPHOL^ERYIEPARTMENT.
SPECIAL PB1CBS IN TUBOOMAN enos.- BTBITB
CU RTA I NS 1 PUD _ %7 98 AND $10 SO; WOIUTI -HO 0
AND-.ll
HAT KKN*. RAW fstl.KB. JflK VELOURS AND EM
BOWED QOODl) rofl DPHOLSTBBV BANOINtM
MADRAS and REAL kail OH STAINS, Ac.
DRESS GOODS.
411 l v 11 ai.i.-*> "ol. BLACK CAAHMEBK, 46c.
7;ic AND $1
4-1 t.-.t'll lit.MK BATERN, AM. Wool.. BSa ANDSB?
44l\t'U BI?.CK HtrsiiN it.tii it, *,-.? AND TBS
40 im ti 1.ti.ott 1 D 0 ISHMBRK, BSa . Ul a**" ?"?'"*
4il\< ii .AMI-i.s. BAIE CLOTH. Soo, 6.v and BSA
41 INCH OTTOMAB CLOTH, 76c, AND aS-INCB. ?'*?
AND (1 BB.
1 ADIES' BUI UNO OLOTHS
f.'j INCH CASTOR ll.ol ll.81 1*>
(,i INCH 'lld. 01 CLOTH. *? "
M IMll ol K.MAN l 'MITTI.
MT.Mil \ I l.t.I Its ( KOI |(
64 INCH TWILL AMAZON CLOTH....
64-INlTI FLAIR AMAZON CLOT fl
11)8
Hi
Ma
64-1 NT Tl BPEC1AL AMAZON "I.tl ll 'Mh]
ASTBACHAN, MoIlAllt, I'll ISB SND BILK VACB
MAIA1.A--.I' Willi BBAVEB HACK, AT KXIHI.MKLV
Low l-l;:. 1 ?_
H. O'NEILL St CO.
a*-M to :f-itt OlIiAunm'.
101 to 111 Ucst aoth-Mrcel

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