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LOYAL SONS OF PATRIOTS
EVACUATION DAY WIDELY CELEBRATED
A STATUE IX MEMORY OF NATIIAX BALI IX
VEILED IX CITY HALL I'ARK-TABLETS
BIIOWIN'* WHIll'.il TIIF. HF.VOH'TIOX*
ARV FATHERS FOl.tJHT-11IS
TOrif SITUS MAI'.KF.t).
Evacuation Day was made a most lnterestins
anniversary by the ceremonies conducted under
the direction of the Rons of tho Revolution in
commemoration of a number of inspiriting in?
cidents connected with thc- Htruggle Cor Ameri?
can Independence. The anniversary eil.1-tates
the withdrawal of the troops <.f King George
from Manhattan Island, ten years nnd a century
ago, and it was titting that the descendants of
the heroes who fought against th" monarch
whose fatuity lost to him the richest heritage
of the New World should help to make per?
manent marks In the city <>f th.- noble deeds that
are the inspiration ot modern patriotism. The
day was as glorious as thr events lt repealled;
a cold, bracing air put every one in a holiday
humor, and a bright, clear sky smiled down
The dawn of the day was hailed by boom?
ing cannon from Castle Williams on Governor's
Island, and the hoisting of the American flag
from the staff in Hattery Park maintained an
observance which promises to be perpetual.
The city was decorated here and there by
thoughtful citizens and from the ofllcial build?
ings the National banner shook out its folds.
It was only in the lower part of town, how?
ever, that decorations were liberal, and this
was because hero centred the celebrations of
the day. The night gave Ita testimony to the
patriotic spirit by a banquet at Delmonlco's
in honor of the occasion. Six historic tablets
were unv -Hod by the Suns of the Revolution,
but the crowning ceremony of the* day was the
uncovering of tho statue to Nathan Hale, the
man who made tho name of spy synonymous
with martyr nnd patriot in the records of the
War for Independence. Thc spirit of patriotism
evoked by the celebrations of the day WM a
grateful influence upon tire public sentiment
which ls trifled with too often by men In high
place who foifcet the basis mon which the
mighty Commonwealth of thi- United States ls
The tirst tablet unveiled by the Sons of the
Revolution was on the spot where the battle of
Golden Hill was fought, on January IN, 1770.
This engag-emc-nt occurred at a point now
bounded by William, John. Pulton and Gold
ats. The place was masked by a house which
was greeted soon after K?'2. in which year th<
Corporation opened up the streets between Wall
and Fair (now Fulton) sts.. an.l from east of
Broadway to the Eaf-t River. The house was
used at various times before and during the
Revolution as a tavern and coffee house, and lt
numbered among Its patrons George Washing?
ton. Lafayette, Steuben, General Putaam and
Other Illustrious men. Hs number now. 12_
Willlam-st., is kept as a hostlery by Joseph
Zelas. The Tablet Committee of the Sons of
the Revolution, composed of General Daniel
Butterfield, the Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix, Colonel
Floyd Clarkson, John Austin Stevens ari'l
David Wolfe, met at the historic house and had
a holiday Jubilation. Here ls the Inscription on
the bronze tablet:
Here. Jan. IS. 1770. the fight took lilac BlIsresB th*
Sons of Liberty and the HrltlMi r^gulsrs (lfl'.h Past). Pb t
blood shed In the war of the Revolution.
Jerome Buck unveiled the tablet on the
Washington Building, at No. 1 Broadway, the
He**-.*. *tood the linnhe once o-cuplel by Urn. Qa?TgB
Wat-.hln-ti.-ii and QaB. ?talga Clinton a? headquarter*
durln* the Revolutionary war.
The tablet at Bowling Green has this record:
Here stood the leaden * tat no of C.enrj-c III. King of
England, wa*. destroy*- by the gSSBta July !?, 1770, and
later mad? Into bu'.l?*M for the Anarlcan Army.
At the southeasterly corner of Washington
and Lalght sts. the tablet reads:
To commemorat* the? landing of On. Oeorge Wash
ta_ton st the foot of Lftlght street, North Uiver, accom?
panied by the troop of Philadelphia City H?r?e, July Eh
1775. on his way to take command of thc American Anny
Ot, Cambridge, Ma's.
At Broadway and Forty-thlrd-st. the tablet
has this inscription:
Near thl? ?:-r.t. Sept. 15, 1770, the day before*, tha
battle of Harlem, <Je*n. lieorue Washington nnd Q?a.
Israel Putnam met and consulted during lha movement of
the Amerlca-i Army.
The tablet at One-hundred-and-fifty-third-sL
and Eleventh-ave. reads as follows:
To commemi.r-ite the battle of Marl.-m. on S<-pt. 10,
1770. Here Colonel Thoma*. gBBSlHW and MsJcM Leltc-i
netti ao "badly w.i.ind.-d that death soon close-d their
patriotic serviles fur their country.
IN MEMORY OF NATHAN HALE
A STATUE TO THE M.V1JTYR UN*VEILED IN*
CITY HALL PAM.
tut: sons of the "-.evolution have that-ie
ok the ceremonies-si'iiec'iiks bv mayos
gilr0v, general o. o. howard. ed
wap.d everett hale, w. c. ham?
ILTON AND r. S. TALLMAIi'I..
The officers and committees of the Society Of the
Sons of the Revolution having the direction of the
unveiling ceremonies mn about 2 p. m. In the Gov?
ernor's Room of the City Hall, where Mayor Gilroy,
the Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix. the orators of the day.
the Colonial Hames nf America ami the State of
New-York, the Daughters of the Rsvolutloo, tie
Art Commission, members of the New-Tort Histori?
cal Society and other Invited gi* esta were <luly wel?
comed. Anions the arrivals was little -Miss Cor?
nella Montgomery, the six-year-old daughter of
James Mortimer MoatgcmSfy, .-ecretary of the
society, whe wjs to pull the strim? whi'-h he bl the
flax veiling the statue, to rebast lt. She wis accom?
panied by her father ani mother, and BpeedUy re?
ceived the attention due the Important oltUe sh" was
At about 2:"!0 p. m. the sounds of military music
warned those in chan?- that the parading column,
marching; up Broadway, was xs ring the atattte.
A procession, headed by Ihe healer of an immense
laurel wreath, afterward placed at the Base cf the
Etatue, was formed. Mayne ('Uro;., leaked on
either fide by Frederick S. Tn ll rr. ml ge. president
of the society, and Willi im Gaston Hamilton, chair?
man of the Statue Committee, followed the wreath
bearer. After th-*m came General O. (). Howard,
Collector James T. Kilbreth. the Rev. Dr. Edward
Everett Hale, gre*at-grand-nephow e>f Captain Na?
than Hale: the Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix, ia full eccle?
siastical robes; the Rev. Dr. D. C. Weston, In uni?
versity attire; Colonel George li. MoCleHan, presi?
dent of the Hoard of Aldermen; 1'resident Abraham
H. Tappen, of the Hark Hoard, and probably _-?.
others. The plaza wan crossed, and the gland stand
was soon overflowing with m'-rrbers of the society,
their wives, daughters and frlet.Us.
OVBtn ON TUM vr.vxii.
The stand had been built to face the statue, gad
occupied the Broadway sidewalk fronting on the
park between Mall and Murray sts In the agaee
allotted for the officers, speakers and clergymen, or
occupying stats on other parts of tbe grand stand,
were, beside-- those already n-imed, General Daniel
E. Sickles, Cornelius M. Bliss, Colonel Floyd Clark?
son, vice-president of th-? society; Controller-elect
Ashbel P. Fitch, Major Asa Hird Gardiner, Host
master C. W. Dayton, Jonathan Trumbull, of Con?
necticut; Arthur M. Hatch, Charles Lsham. Jame*
T. Van Rensselaer. H. W. Le Roy. Robert Lenox
Belknap. Robert Olyphant. John Lawrence John
C. Tomllnson. Charles A. Peabody, jr.. Colonel
Delancey Floyd-Jones, Smith E. Lane. William
Phelps Dodge, James M. Varnum. Abraham V ".V
Vtn Vechten. Sheppard Knapp, ex-Commissioner
Edward L. Parrls, Andrew D. Hammersley ir
O. R. Hawes. F. C. Loveland, F. D. Webster, I'nited
States Army; David Banks, Robert D. Williams
Jacob Cox Parsons, Frederick A. Guild, Edgar I'n
derhill. Talbot Olyphant. Gcora-o W. Olney, John CI
Marshall. Frederick Clarkson. Henry Prescott
Hatch, the Rev. Oeorge Stuart Raker, A. R. Thomp?
son. Jr.. J. Bleecker Miller. Bradlan Johnson. John
Henry Morgan. Charleg H. Woodruff, John H. Hol?
land. WlllUm Shrady and Frank L. Montague
Police Inspector Alexander R. Williams was iri
command of sev*ral hundred policemen, and his
an-aryrements for maintaining order were complete
Captain Christopher C. Collins, of the Park De?
partment, was also on band with a Urge force
af Park police, and ably seconded the efforts of
City Hail Park presented a brilliant and Inspiring
specincle after the troops and socletl"* of the
parading column had enl ired lt and taken their sta?
tions, filling the plaza and vscanl apacea on all
sides. Light Battery K, 1st United States Artillery,
Captain J. W. 1 'lllc-nback, with th- saluting gun.
took position in front of Hie City ll all steps, polnt
lng th"lr caine.n toward the fountain.
When the last detachment had marched into Its
j allotted place, President TsBmadge, turning to Dr.
| Dix, who is chaplain-general Ot the society, ..-ked
j him to Invoke the blessing Of Qod upon the pro
I ceedlngs. The venerable rector of Trinity began
his invocation with the Lord'a Prayer, In arhlch
most on thc platform Joined. The Episcopal
prayer, "Direct us, 0 Lord, in all our dolnga, sad
favor us with Thy continual help." etc.; the Prayer
: for the Departed, and a apodal invocation for the
? Society of the Sons of the Revolution were used.
I'KKsr.NTjN ; jnr. sta; rn.
William Gaston Hamilton, chairman of the Stifle
Committee-, then addressed President* Talltnadge aa
Mr. lTesldnr: On l*oh.-i*f sf thc Nullan Uni- MoSBBMSt
' Committee of tbe Baas ol ti"- Rei.ni.it.a . nt ti..- SUM el
NeW'Terk, I kare tha honor le annosnee 11 -ron the tatt.
. ptetlea of tie- trust confided lo thees. Thli atatae, eaBa
bm-.ilillilg c'liitniii Hui.-'* dj-lag irst?? ("J tram thal
l Ikim- bel aaa life te. (iva to ny coantry"), \< i* dealgned
1 and andellfd l.v ibo seailSoi Fred rick Mar-waalf-*- a
i eiii/.i, ?f Kew.Tork, residing la Parts, ? dea tend ant <-f
! Ui-- fiiii.oiH Aine-rl.-aii or:iM. I ton jn tu hi West. It l.i- bat*
I honored liv a Hr-t )irl/e. arbeo exhibited In th.- H?los la
I Parts. Tho peSeata] i*. from d ilgsa i>v tin- arell-kaown
: architect, Mr. Stanford White, of thia etty. Tba csa*
j Blttee, lhanbing all who bare aided them, especially Mr.
I s:. Qsaden-i. tba arslptor, treat uer ti:., resell af ti" ir
' lalors vt ill pl\e -ntlstri'lion to ll..- BOM of Ibo Keu.lu
I lion and to the eittseai ..r this areal natropotis,
As Mr. Hamilton bowed after pronouncing his
! last words, little Miss Montgomery, under her
! father's Instruction, pulled the cord which h<*M the
? flag-COVet-lg, and the statue of Nathan Hale was
; unveiled. A gnat outburst of patriotic cheera
j greeted the statue. Handkerchiefs, canes, hats and
flaga w.re waved, ami thoussnda chipped their
, hands. As the glad shout wnt up fr >m a park
, fu) of people, it wsa answered by camion of Battery
K. with thirteen reverberating discharges, inf"r:n
I ing the city snd people miles away that the statue
, Of Nathan Hale was unveiled nol far from the sp-u
w ht re be gave up his life for i.is country, "America,*
the lnusle l.y thc- 1st Artillery Band, waa then sung
by the audience. Th" volcea of Oeneral Hoarard
? arel Mayor GUhroy Baeased to rise above those of the
other singers on tbe platform.
AL'DBEM UV Pf-BSIDKXl T'U.M \l> IE
PreaMeat Talhaadga then, sddresslag Mr. Hamil?
Mr. Chahaan: cm behalf of tba Moeteti ,r the Bona
cr tin- HavalBUan ci themas* e.r Kew-York, l eeagtatslate
you on tin- Bseosasfal caatplettea of year lab-r*. Ports*
nate indeed las th.- leelcty ti<-*ii ia tho ran-paatMan Bl
your committee, an.l thu (State MsterlaB at* wka t.
kn.cv th.* story ol IMa -tat.rn arm and tba asmea af
lliiiiiiltoli and Jay eonne.ii.1 BTW* it-rum"*, ie-*. date 1
?rita th. early hut ry nf your CSSBl f a*> cl gssd?M ?f
lt*. ObSbUIBUBB. Tba clay BS celebrate I- a-i-p. loss. It
ls the BBBlVITeary ul CU departure eil Kilte-li trssp- fr..in
cir shores at the e.-loan of tie "ar nf 177i>-IbOBB "BBSe
Hbbbs w,.o .xirnte-.i Hui.-, jt k Erscsatlea i>s> and
il la the dar of retribution.
After speaking of Hale's serviles. Mr. Tall
niadge turned to the Mayor and said:
Maror Bilroy: Oat tbssBBB l tbiBa haagred Baaa sf th"
R?-oliiii.-.:i a-ic \,>ur ac >*| tine*. In behalf ..f tl." .itr af
Now.Yolk, of fie- BtBtBfl to Captain "*. ll :n Ilia II"
atml^. sir, c..ta bia ba"* t--> tbe eoarta of j'i*'i ?? Uart
J'lsci.* deni-d him In tl." rloatSfl weaieBta ol bia if- Bia
(Bea t iriK*J t.i th* muititui" ?in, pam atm la theil dsll
ce.ii.-.-. of lift*, la ri lei Ibeni la passe :, ?bile aad ia
ona "lm regretted tiiat he ha j only om nf" ;>. in*-- foi bli
coantry *,h,iuid at?I live la tin- bsBits Bf bia csaatrj-tea
f..r 117 ye-ar*.. H.- will te'I iIh-ii.. >'.r. Bf tba BBBrca of
?heir Btssperlty aa ritlsen* of thi*. gi??t Ji?put.iie ani
of th" protect na (.Tor i.d them ty osi Constitution la Ho?
nour of triuble nnd agrersttg a.* :, Nut on. AboVB all. h*
will tell them how a Mildi*r iiui di" foi Ll* country.
? ,.,.-., tu, let i.ne ..iMi i.i ibo ii Bloat) al steaded
tlgaltr, aa long a.- hi- BBtlva Ulla -bull defy the b._-t?
of winter or bloom with the Hawira af ass?Bar, ?
MAYO* MU'.OV MI.AK*..
All the telling points In Mr. Tallmadge's speech
were roundly applauded. In accepting the i-Uitue
for the city Mayor Gilroy said:
Mr. CbaMB-S and M*rr.ri*r- > f tba I "M'tr of th*
Beat Bl th.- Jt- \elution : 1 accept with -jr. ac pteaaBIB,
on iKihalf of tho muni, lpallty of N<-v-Y-.rlc, tl.I*. BMipilflfCBI
monument to on* nf the .arly nvirt.'.r*t of Um Berala*
Maa, t'ndoied by \eur jeatrlotlo esctety. lt 1- a hm.il
cation to BB ii:.- ll Ih a BeSBSBuni l.y an ASMrlCBB Bri -t
'f nu AnmHobs pililet. Th<- asa-pla al Bat?aa ila-*
.viii serve to laaatra with tho Hr,-- nf patrlol kb and
u.\<* i.f ubsbIIj tim pea-lag jrostb .r oat loot I i asea
to tamo; and hu lit lash, -i rse*rel thal l bars hal
on.) Ul* t-> olT'r up for my roon try," w',|| bo I
and ri-ni-n h. i :t a*. |BBg ;l? ."ir CBBStrj e-\ - ?
His patriotic wr-.i.-.-. at th- rall ..r bia town-slot bi'
driel re-nited iii what his wearies bli \..| t> i?- un lg.
SBBin-SSa death: bm ti* d.atli cc hi li ha -I'l.-el i- aol
MMi.-tiii en l sa IgaandBlBBBi sad bu "derated hiaa in..
tl"- blgbaat rank -f uii*"*llivi and nobie |..itrinl-. lt la
BSriti.-iit'y l.'l; ? t'.iat t;ii. Blona-ne*-l -Iii.-iH I.-- . ? !
in thia elty, aad arttbtt a plato) abet aim..it sf whew h ?
tove nji ni. iif. ta : i- rountiy; aad ros m:,.- i ?
asred, goBtle-sa, tiiat ti... rttj of !tew-Torie win ,.\,r
leg?rd thia nam annal bi eat ..' it ? - ?i e?i poa.
a.d nu.- i.f lt- n..et reaeiste t tinsaa rei. I a. *:a, th.-.*
kre, aa behalf af Ibo etty al How-York, tho t-nd-r or thia
Mannsent, aad hog leave n rsssia t-. your patriotic- ao>
Irty BSI heartfelt tim: kn for th
(.HM.KAI. HOWARH'S STI lilli N i NVOrttS.
Tho 7th Regiment band played "Hall ColamMs,"
after which th.- Preaident Introduced Oeneral H"-v
ard, who nald. in re-f.-rrlni; t-> the -bath of Captain
Illa la-t spsseh, :,a be a*.*rid.ii tb-> platform, i? th* ?\
p: Silos tt a le:-, )i"art, a BBMo BOSl, a |i'ilut >.f UM
highett type. '"Tea bib abs-Hsg Ibl bleed i.f tba laso
cent; if J had 1O.000 IIVBB, I cv mid lay th, n, d.nen iii
def*nco of my inj ir -I. Weedina MSatryn; ami bia la*.i
wold* were: -I only r-riet tl al J have hst mi.: llb- t-<
lo?iL' for my eons- "
if cc-ai la t" eontlnoe, let n.-ith'-r of Ibo Isa astiot
Bl vailanoa eosd*?to t< IrncmlnloQi ... iib *-i i> a bmmI
c'ontuii..-iy daet aol bale?g bete. Tao br treat ?.r ibo
I.rav.-. iii'- lintiest .,i um Bohle Bbeadd be :....i,iy henoi i
BBMSg m*::, and .-iii be arhea rui.t prin Iplea prevail.
Aeew__gl*r, l.t. Istai?sUoaal lau- Bb ailene, lo beti t
esprooe tbe neuuliie arotlmetit of maaklnd. Inprl*on
herc."-, if aesd t?-. bat a \ bi atti si] I to eon r Un li Be
vi*;, lalamy a.id gegrase Un?i b* bs :>? araod i at* and ?
di?h. linr.-d >ri\". Hale ..;ak' i .. tortUM Bad
human liucit>. Uo? areli Ibe poet'e m ul- apply:
"Wbstbei o, in.. ? jCiii high
Ol in th- I.alli.'- van,
Tie rn.hl.-M. place f"i maa to die
1? ?tii|r ha di. a fur mill !'?
DH. BALE'S TRIBUTE IO I t PTA IX HAI.K.
After "Yankee Doodle" bad Ix < n j-lv.ll by the
1st Ariiiirry i-n l, the Rev. Dr, Bdward Bveiett
Hal", of iioston. being Introduced by .Mr. Tall
BBSdge, spoke as follows:
The eeraales, i a appose, i* without a parallal in
iiir-ie... Cettabriy I baan or bo other Isataott abets,
m a.- than a esst?ry -.lu-r ttie ej".u'i i.f a boy ot twenty
on--, his ...luiiliyuwa ii--.i-mhi.-U ia su h na?iberi .,- bib
here t.i do honor In bia BOSBOry, aid la 11,1, .ne ll,"
?.tatue v.iwrh ptsaeevea lt. He died near ii.,-, apot, ???
Itifc': "I am so:ry thal i have bal one life la sire foi
my eanally." Beeeass that boy -ani ibo ??? sates, em-i
iio'i-n be died, Ibssaaadi al atnei yenag aaa have
piv.-n tn.-ir Ihrea, i-j.h ia hi* .ouiitiv, and served h-'i
ar. *l.e had.- tin-in nerve ln-r, Brea UiuU-.li Ubey Cl"d UH
Mil- I eel. Helli dla
l>r. Hale briefly returned the thark:: nf thOSS
with whom bs wan eonnseted by family ti.-s for
the aplendtd demonstratli n be bad wltnesi rd, "The
star Bpaaglod Banner" by tbe ,m Regiment
Band .-boee,! the exerdaeB. Tha -...st aoM-mbl-ae
join.-l in Blngtns il-.- w on la <<t the National air.
Mis*. Ellen D. Hale, a greal-aTeatsrandnle e of the
patriot, and a daughter nf -award B vere tl Hale,
aaa among those -.vin. watched the ceremonl.
from the Postofllce Building. General cj...,.-,. n.
Sharpe, Mr. and Mrs. lia Davenport, an I Miss
Kinsella, <,i Brooklyn.- were with Mlaa Hal . a
platform hnd b.-.-n bulli t" BCCommodatB tin
vialtora juiet outatdo of one of tba wind,.wa of Jud^e
Urown's courtroom on the aecond lloor.
PLEASED WITH THE PABADE
"fiMAU, BUT BKAt'TIKIb." Till. VEKDICT-TRI
ORDEfl OF TUE M IKCIII Ml Tin;
There was only one verdict an ona; the spectators
who wltne.-weel the march of th* paraders who
attended the unveiling of tbe Mal- statue In City
Hall Park. "Small but beautiful," was the opinion
pas-e-i by the hundreds who, In spite of th* half
holiday features whlcn make- Saturday often ?
dead day in the nel^hlx-'rh.-oel of the Stock Kx
char.-re ?nd Trinity Church, thrrnped the sidewalks
of Hroad-.st., Wall-st. ard Broadway when th.- pro.
cession went l.y. The st irtlni- point of the pand?
ara was at I-'raunc-s's Tave-rn. the hbtori.- hostelry
ni iirood an.l Pearl Hts. n-re there gs thara d si sn
early hour of the afternoon the men In Charge of
the parud?, while- in the Streets arc und th- ?.Lam
of color In uniforms WM seen and the minde ,,f
bands was heard al-out 2 o'clock. There was a
thick lining of people along tin' c urbs all th? way
from Pearl and Broad sts. up 1 triad way to the
''Hy Hall Park. Although -h?? Stock Kxchans-e
closea on Saturday at 12 o'clock, noon, many brokera
and their clerks were found In the windows of the
offices in Wall-st. precincts.
The procession started promptly at 2:80 p. m. r.
Th*> rout.* v.as fr-.m Franni .-s's Tavern, at Pi i
and Broad *-ts., up Broad-s-, ;-> WeB-et- up Wal
-<t. t-. Broadway and up Brosdway to the CH
Hill. Tin- air was Btltnulstlng to the nutrchln
men, nnd they step!,., i with a rlgoroua apb
snd awing. The proce lon arsa bnillisal becam
ol the large proportion sf ualformed men in th
raak.*., bul the civilians who participated In th
parade marched in a aplril ol emulation, in th
line were about WO United Btatea regulars, b
engineers, TOD "blue |a. I:- ts" ind marines and S
members .,* the Bona >>. th.- Revolution sodetj
making about 2,600 men in all.
The Grand Marshal ..f the par.-..I- was M.-nr
Chauncey, jr., and his staff was as follows: Chb
?-.i'i. Dr. Reynold Webb Wilcox; aids, Captal
Qeorge lt. Dyer and Lieutenant Qeorge <
Hellner; special aids, Captain J. A. Olmstead, I
B. A., .md Lieutenant a. I- Milla, v. s. a.; aid
in chsrge of th.* guests at Prauncea'a Teven
Major C. H. Whipple, I". ?'*'. A.. and Albert Dela
I nelel; aids in charge ,.f the formation ol the m>
clety, chief .1. h. H.,nani. II. W. Flab and WT. I
ri. lalnger. Th- parade moved in tin- Colloirin
I- ? ., i nf 1'e.!..-.
? irani M.-ir-li il-M .;? i II. ur; Uhsaacey, At., and stair.
l-'ir-t v. s. Artillery, in reauraad cf Calen al I*. i.
J..m.-:,n. I . *-. A.
u. s>. Batta I lan al tfagiSreae, .uni r cesisiand of Captsli
Willum, M. lill,;,. I'. H. A.
Hatti -n - m. t -i Uotoael las nee,
CO-OSS) A. <"li V. B. In! n.t..v.
Old Ciinr-I. in . ??nanari ,1 Mil", ttatmat I.. SI,an.
Nasal Brlgsde, ni ei. i Captalfl K. lt. WeWoet, t . H. s.
l.i.-iite-.iiiit r. li. M. Massa, ll. H. B,
Hospital tOlpa, In .-,,ii.nani ,-r .Major J. Van R
IIotT, IT. B. A.
IstBattsBea r.s. Marlaea; ad BattaUea s.a-..n, 0. s.s
Kew-York an-i Maeblas; i'i Battalias-. san.cn,
v. s. s. (few-Tors. a-, i Mb MaaeaeK
Hereat- Wegl?w-nl Bu .1.
; PreaMast and antons Nsw-York beclety Rani of th.
Meera el tin <? !'?? il society.
i l',e-jir"V*ntatl\.*s lr,,m il,,- si., I-ty ol OM rine-lnn.itl
-edsff .ii tba War "f ISIS, AHee Keeletg nt tba
Mexleaa War. Military eitel.t or UM
I. ry il I. ?- BB.
Delegatiana Irma other state so, i tie*.
Waabiagtaa UosUnesial i nara" oat r faptiia labs U
Kana ,,r tba Revel-lUe-o, Xesr-Yorh Ne-rtety.
Th-? naval brlgsde consisted of f,,ur battalions
; three of bluejackets an l one "f marine,. Bael
i battalion com-lsted ..f four companies, ,-r mon
than soo meni of thexe, Ihe cruiser New-York fur
n ls ned sboul 300. The uniform prescribed f,,r the
bluejackets was "clean blue mustering clothes, ns
caps, overcoats, leggin*, and ? inteen filled." Con
lerno's Vavy Vard Hand accompanl d ihe brlssd"
The brigade ofilrera aere as follows: Brlsade .*.-tti
mander, Commander c. J, Train; brigade sdjutanl
l.i. .::? nant T. B. M Mason: brigade aids. Lieu
tenant J. C. Qlllmora and Knslsn P. L". Penton
'?? sura-eon, I-wed Assl tani Rurseon T. lt
Malley: brigade quartermaster. Passed \ alstani
i Paymaster J. s Phillips The battalion ..f marin,
v ,- commanded bj Captain C. P, Williams; th.
three battalions of bluejackets were rommaneled bj
Lieutenants A. Ward, t. m. Brumby, snd ll. Min
A BKETl'H OP CAPTAIN KALB.
Nathan Hale w.ts b rn al Coventry, conn . on
.Inn' ?'. IT'", and . ntei ? 1 Tale Collage In ITW. Il
was graduated four years later and began t.> teach
sci.I. lb- taught In the little Iowna ,.f M.Ins,
Baal Mad,lam snd N ?w-Lond?n, snd gained th.
good will of all winni be mel He slwaya t,."k
a sro.it Interest n public affair1*, nnd th.- pro
ceedlnga preliminary to 'he contest st Lexington
.?n April If, itt*, w Te regarded by him with much
Interest. The actiona al ?evington and Hunker
lilli conatralned him io enter ti.,- Arm-., snd on
July >*. ITT'., he wsa made a lieutenant of th-- Third
Company, Tt h Regiment, Connecticut Continental
Infantry, then < mnunded by Colonel Cbarles
Webb, Hi -.-? ? pre ent .it the siege of B I m, and
on September I, 171".. '. ? wa i pronv t- i to the rank
>.f captain. winn v rganlsed the
Continental Army befo.'j Uogton for Ihe impaign
of i77t; Captain Hal- recelvi i from hu hauls a
commission In the reanisr Army snd joined the 1Mb
Continental Regiment of Poot, with r-u.k fr,rn
January I, itt-.
Al the -nd of tho mir tea nf RostOlt, Captain Mab
came v> thia city, and, with hla regiment, ?*ti
camped on tho line nt lira nd-st. and the Bowery
Meanwhile- Qeneral William Howe had entert : S??-.%?
Y.-rk Harbor with the fleet commanded bj
brother, Loni Howe, and an attach waa dally
expected. Captain Hale look part In Ihe Battle ,,f
Long leland, fought thi v.--f. after Oeneral Howe'*
arrival, which look place on A usual .*7, :::
After thia <' ptain Hali waa ordi re I lo d -
with a battalion of rangers ac-outlng around New*
fork. It was at th!-, tim., that h.- volunteered f.r
the scouting duty which ended In hla death, li- wai
aen lenee I on Saturday, Kept em ber ul. and .rn the
following day ba Wa.-. e-*.< it. !.
WORE INC FOR A IT RF BALLOT
QALUSHA A GROW PRESENTS HIS VIEWS
HF. BVOOEXtTB an A MEN DM EXT TO Tun ""TATE
e ".v-ni'Ti n TO PREVENT nm |,r
I.l.N I ELB TIONA
Following are* the vlewa ? ' Qalua! i A. Orow on
the t- cenl ? li tl -i an I on <?!? ? lion i t . corni
"Th- . Ie< t j. .ti In I ll sr.it.-. In sd li tion le
otb- r good .- i vindication of an ?
Judicial>' a .,.,.:-: one by appol
Plower appointed Uayi rd .' the
blgheat curt In the State. And alter his ci
against the purlt ? id been pro
: ? pointed hil
ima court Mill would have dow ti a
thing lill he been the Oovernor. Cr be pardoned,
while be wan Qoven r. a bollol criminal, aftei
. by tbe court, before ba could ba taken
to Jail. And b- removed two County Clerks el. ti :
by the i- iple because they refused to certify t->
fraudulent election returna, and filled their i
with his own appointees, veli'. ^ ? >u I 1 certify
to BUCb r.turns BS be Want! I I >:.. ,.f
them waa the right-hand tanto! Maynard In
bi ainu' tin- Dutchess Ci uni) after be bsd
been compelled to i nd th m to the Btata Board
)?-. ,. peremptory mandamua of Ihe Buprema Court,
i ut two I rema retie |
"Th.- Republlcai orlty la the Con
stltutionsl Convention, If Ihey d ? ti il In ;t an
ar:. I- In th. pew Constitution thal will pul sn end
t. fraudulent electloni In thia stat.-, deserve to be
defeated In tin- future by the same kind .,f frauds
whit h ii. ? i ?? rn "i itlc leaders have f.,i re ira
planned and executed In the dtlea ,f Uroohlyn,
New v-ik. Troy and Buffalo. Bul bow can Hutt
be dum'.' pul in the Constitution a provision like
??au sleetlona by UM etaaena -nan ha by ballal
: ri ? beUut kot-S, i,.-'.,i ? lt li gaps '.el m ti... Lallat
h \, abell le iou.,Ul il Mitti ii huiiiIm r , ..i,-| .ullin
arith tba! ,.|,|.-..,. Uh bbbm ??: Ibe rab. Un i,-t
11 reiera. Tbs Maatbei iball be Blared en ti. bi . ,r
i.. i IMA at on. rorari tot the eorsei abell i? r,,: i.'i
,,c r Uw i, in.i ? i In i a ??? ij aa la revel and .mir ly
i. ii, -md abell be fattened dewa ..-1.-. sile
BBSM a'lh, -ic aabal lae .
??'Hie efc-crtloB "ii.'' - -Lin ba *?,..:i m ali and eal t>,
ul, ii aajr ballot ..rt-r tba aaa la receives" iran tba *.ok'r,
imr to eli- !???? la aay B*aj I, aa] ,i, et?I -Lill lace*
\,,; il. enlrai r,i|iiii,e! t, Ba ? n ? sltaeea In ? JaiHelal
11 ? ? Hag.
??As] pe - -ti duly eeovfi hal nt rstlai et niterme i? -reta ut
an] Hetties, knee ??: that ba i- eal a U il coter, ai
bl VOtJnS Bl III ' \"*.e Bl HU) ''I' ' '?> Il ? ll Mi?
ntier luniii niau iii- Bara rightful aaaw, a, .,r i..i- iv
regbiteriBg bi attet-ipUng lo r latei ',,i n.n barpea
roi bi, el et BtMlag sa- false nt in ol Uie- reasll ??: m.
ii eu. by a falsa eaaat >.r b.iiot* *?r ly eheaglag la
aay ce l.y a eerteatl I't-ri ao B t> i_i_- lt aa m.-..: i ? I
ia.-; or r,,r an, oUlC ? III?I '. n..:iUBS W t..,. lawa >?,.,' -I
t, -, ur- lair <|. .tiona una ia baaaal resat, sinii be
i,.,,..i bj Um court t? has! -.hoi la Uta beall bi i ?
lat no: i,-- ii .ni Bre lim *?*>??? iraa l~eatr>Bv. ree*-.
?mi a sae i.r bob ie??s maa MOS aei bmh ? '?'... *.,,"??,
? ml abell i, lorrvpi :.: .t ,??! rrt-wi lotlaa .it aa* eh-ttlea,
ind ?'? <1 -- ?; .:-;:.??: fo lioil'ir; an.' oil-.. ?- al bene . tin-.
i,i.,iii, la Um .-t.it,. Ul pa-bsb kssaisgly an i
BilfaUy ai'l'i'i. "In-ill'.' .1 ,-h.ia.-iii,- auv | i i. ,11 la
ion mit ?"'? ?t tie- ioi.-i*,,in-.' o'.' incMi'U acta, iball apes
Oin I. tl'Hi re.'He Hie sane m iiU'lue M UM pltBBS SSB
.li.nil'l BCtBinly .-onnult the* a t. Any perSM.nxlrtrl
ia ;,:,.i, s.i;,i. ns petsdyal bi seteaaaty, ikail asl d.
aid,'i.ed ur kava lia Ir.l,lilli a Kl. oe el, li.r shall lu*.
*enteace be e-sagel bi la any say ai.e-r.-t hy Sn
...ri, ulm- i.o.ce; ..: i.y set <?' aha iegliJaaaia
"Su.-h a provision lu the Conatitutloa, witta rea
ions hie vigils nra by the people, would estemtaate
?hp race of ballol thieves, or the vtctoua ten den clea
if human luiture are beyoad legislative cootroL
with such s provision, ami a ?-..od election btw
-trovtdlng for a blanket ballot?thal is, ail tin
?ames of candidate* who are to be votewl for
a any oas election to be on a Muni.- Bheei th*
mm.'. the candldatee ef aach party arranged
n sepals to columns witta the party name printed
a ih.* top of the column, and there la nu i"..*,,!,
shy ti..- will "i ""? people should aol have a fair
h. i honest eipreaaiea ai any election."
SRRATOR TELLER OS A TOVE Or' MEXICO.
Kt. Loots, Nov. ?.*>.--A dliputrh from the e*lty .,r
d"\|f*.i to "The* Olobe-Democr.it" -.ays that Beaator
leary hf. Teller, <>r Colorado, arrived there Thurs
lay nlsht on ? tour of Msglcs fur th.- purpose
if makln-f a atudy of the silver question In g
wintry whare full .ind fr.-e coinage prevstls An
iIde de ramp to Preefclsni Dhu was at the station
? I seaduet the Senator sad his party io their
totei During hla ?i'*y in bfe-ieo Banator Teller
Bill me-et the leadlnK tlnancl-rs of tu,, enuntrj
tad s.-e* what con be de-ute In a mutual way for
?I. eta Ulam. The .senator tn nn latervie-a a_ld
hat Cleveland was ti dlsappolntniout to the silver
icople, tbe gold people and the tann; reformers.
AFFAIRS ATTHE NAVY YARD
rm; COUTMBLl-fl SUCCESS AND THE CARD
TELLING ( F IT.
MAXY ril-TOR- To Tl!''. hEW-TOBat-TBuB
M.v.r.i.n.'iin'i's TRIAL POSTPOIfED-THANKS*
CIVIXQ OS tim. viii'Moxr.
Another victory for the Cramps! And the Cramps
f appreciate it. t.?>. They even "crow" about lt. In
!'? on- of the idtl.es In the NSVjr Yard yesterday was
' seen s btacsrd which did thia .-owing. The card
a lion- tho dat*- November IS, IOU. This much could
be understood by the ordinary reader, bat th.- r.-si
was mystifying and had to be Interpr'-tod. On the
'. left sid- of th., card were the pictures of three com
f j mon ateel acreara mm,i over the acrawa were
stamped three Ct C! O'! C!!! Te the righi of thia
waa printed "ail Knot*" Under the acrewa was |
the Inscrtptloa ">' Q-." i"!,> ,;",|ir ??'", !'.,r'' "f |
knots "(also P. i>. Q.)" wsa printed. The Interpre*
tation of ad these mystifying lettera seems simple
when lt ls known. The "C! C!! <"?'?'?" meant Cramp*!
cniis r Columbia, .md the ihree acrewa in.iic 11.*.I that
abe was i triple-screw vessel Of eourea the "tm
Knots" waa h.-r sronderfal record, making ber tho |
record-holder ... ararshlpa Th.* lettera "P. Q."
recalled iii" nam.- bf which she* was eooHnonly
known before she* received her of-ctal name?the
newspapers lind the DOODla calle 1 iie>r the*
Pirate shortened from Pirate Qi.n, nnd
eve-rv one* knows that "P. D. <J." I"1 ?
short and emphatic way of Baring "with con
tderable celerity," or "very rapidly." The Colum?
bia c-itaiiily ls a success as far as her speed la
concerned, and it la said that she ia destined te be
th.* lb-test warship In the world. Sven now, how?
ever, when Bucceaa In securing ape ad on ships is at
i's betoht, the aueatlon is raised whether Vale ls sd
rlsable, whether the present system does nol do
more bsrm than good. Under the existing system
the contractor is required lo develop a certain apeed
in s vessel under penalty of heavy forfeitures of
m,.mv: but h.* ls practically urged by the Navy
Department t'> do hla utmost t,, develop a phe?
nomenal apeed by Ihe promise ..f larg.* resrarda In
such BS ? vent. Thus the attention ls devoted larg! iv
to "(peed, .md when the reaael is near completion
sh.- ls pul under a trial thal meka ber bo eeverely
... io : ? her aeriou > an I !?? rhapa i latina Injui *
A ui.itt.r >,r greal interest in the Navy Yard
was the p.it.i- which touk place yestei lay In
honor ..f ''"? Nathan Hale monument In City Hall
i-,,rk. N v -York The Na. y Tard Bent nboul SOO men
tor this pm.cl.- nm mi the cruiser New-York there
i .\ ? been .,tiier Int -rasta, although dis was prom
Twice dillina Ihe areeh bas rn,. New-York
i Telved gifts: ..n wedneeda) two sliver candelabra
erith nw bi ,:n .'.'?. each wer< presented by the
New-York Hoard ol Trade and Transportation,
and on '-'lila.. s,,ii?. athletic apparatus, .-.insisting
,,f dumb-bells und dents for tug-of-wsr, arrived,
being the gift >.f Ihe New-Torn Athletic Club.
Th,- athletic apparal ia vaa brought to tb- ship In
boxes, ani there waa no presentation ceremony;
lt ls f,,r th.* benefit of tbe crew, thereby differing
li.m. Hie ..rh.r (,'lfts cvbleh the ship hus received.
Tier.- is ,,n,. _ift which has aol received the fame
that th" Others have, and that ls a atX-foot flag
and a pennant for the captain's gig, presented by
Clarence A. Mart. <>f Philadelphia. Moth Hag- are
ma.b* of heavy silk, .mi tn.- stars ure embroidered
Ml the nell ll-ld of bttM
lt ls files asm for the ship to receive such gifts,
and the Otncera must appreciate th* honor tO
their ves-.-i. but the New-York ls nol th., only
reaael to be adorned arith gifts speaking <>f the
affection i?f th?* cltiz.-ns. Already the* announce
ti.-1il ha- been made "f one gift f.>r the Colum
i..a a popular subacriptlon evin s..,.n i,.* started
in the District ,.f Columbia, lt la sui. bo thal th
cit liena may present thu- ahlp with a One allver
sell I, ?-.
Th" work 'ii the Nev Y'-rk ls advancing Stead?
ily, bul tl... ah|p has not as yet r. . . :-.. | any een?
ie of supi Ij ito; the torpe i i
plant la about nhl heel, and the othen ordnance
v.. ii. is areli under wa) The electric gig r,,r the
captain is now i.-ing made ready r,.r us... if the
stream of visitors la any indication, lhere la Mill
a iiv.-iy int.-i.st f.-i'. In tbe New-York. < ?n tin.
d.,\s '."-j ur 4.i peroone .,r>- received on boord,
uni thia ll must h.- remembered, althotich they
have to run the gnntlei --f various gusrda and
make their cc.-, across Uta ferry and over to the
' irdnance Doe k
The Kearaarss wu.e to sall yesterday for New
i. n '? h. bul an order waa receives! postponing her
lett for reporting th.-r- from Norember ? to De?
cember I Th.* trial of th- Marblchesd, to attend
whl. h the Kearsarge la going to New-London, has
i- en postponed, and it la Bupposed that it has been
lom on account ,.f Thanksgiving. The Dolphin,
arhich is n. cv in the Navy Vard, is also affected
by this chung." Thr work .,n lh*> Kearsarge can
I.,- push-.i. and by the time th*, trial is over abe
maj be in proper condition t,. be reported ready
f ,r sea. After the trial of th- M.irbl.-lie.* ] the
I *"i| i.in will probably return lo the Navy Yard to
r.ii.- lome repairs which she needi
The gunboat Moina, eras heeled over last nreek,
In order thal h.-r sr.ii,un- might !??? te ited On the
resulta ol these testa will depend the report of the
board of otBcera win,li has h.-r case- under con?
Tha monitor Terrot. ?? is pul Into the timber dry.
i lay, and wm be in the dock several
we ? hei irmor plates are being pur into
; . ?? tining; ?hlp Portsmouth li lo be re
: t. , ic rr -? .e .ui Wednesday 8he has no
hi th it sh.- win ko to New
i.. ri I ,a in or?ler lo rel her complement of ap
; ? ifter which she will go t" tha Wi il
i ? r winter ci
the re. ? ivlng-shlp Vermoi |
of a Th inks.
fe tm--, for th. men on the old hulk tins
Kt two yeal past I. 1 lt. O. Biller
I methlns of tl i -. Ins -"'? a
ntcsl snd "th.-r s|?,ris ..ii the isc int
: mar th.- \ ? i .. nt, thi prises Ling email
imounti ??' mone) prorlde-d by thi officers Af:,-r
thc in.-ii would go t.i th.- sin,, for a
Man) of the men p roba bl j would rather
po ? a nhore, if th. ;r RtandlnH i"mo's it. than stay
on tie- hip, .ml tins >,.ir no plans hi-l been
made r ?! any celebration. Yesterday, however,
I. ? .-? . ni Hillel had Ihe matter under ? -.!?;.
mething maj rel be done
Th,- num. ? ol n.-w veaaela noa . lei *
sive temporary special duty :?, a g.1 many .ttl
rera Th.- board which la t., conduct the postpone.]
trial of the MarMehead conalata -if Rear Admiral
.; K Bel knap. pr.-id. nt; Captain K. O. Matthews,
Commander P ll. Cooper, Commander lt. H. lira l
? ?' Chlel Engineer A lil Morley, Naval Con
lor W. J. Baxter and Lieutenant I.. L.
BROOKLYN SEWS NOTES.
John P. Wurde. ..f Cl t and etna ats, ls In
er "f dying from an abscess on Ihe brain re?
sulting fr,,m a bloa he i.,iv-,i ,,ii election night
In .. grogshop st tYssblnston snd Banda sts. He
?.eas struck by John P. Moss, .> bartender In the
Diana who ?? i me ls at No, tl Hlgh-st, Btosa was
B-renlaned before Police Justice Ooettlng bi the
Oates Avenue Court yesterday and *"':?t to Jar.
Tl** will of Oeorae B. Mead. I.ueathtng aa Belate
of liin.Oui tn bis children on equal shares, was of
fered for probate yesterday. lt was dated Novem?
ber M I***
Ml s P-Pomene Wrieht. of No BS Coffey-st, died
r< '.ri.iv at st pei. fs Hospital .rom the effects
"f a dose of Parla Breen, taken with suicidal in?
Th,- Melpomene Dramatic Boctety began Hs
twelfth Benson on Pride) evening si the Criterion.
"<>ur Regiment," a comedy in three acta was pre
aented, the casi in, hiding Messrs Macaulay. Tbomp
eon. Quinn, Porbele, Taylor, Catlin; and Misses
Baker, Harcourt, Butcher ead Ellwood. Cherice T.
Catlin dir.,t..,i th.- performance, snd E. Wllmarth
i.d the Euterpe Orchestra In .1 choice musical pro?
Henry Yarley-, the well-known evangelist, win
apeak, lo men only, In A wodattoa Hall thia after?
noon Ut lllj o'clock.
At THE MOO-tr.V THEATRES.
Mr. and Mrs. IC. ndal will appear tot the I'.rsl time
iii two years In Brooklyn this week. Th.y will be
s,, ii ni the Columbla Theatre under the direc?
tion "i Daniel rrotiman. The em Barrine ml will opera
lo-morrow evening with the presentation of "The
Bccond Mra Taaqneray," a sea play, by A. W.
Pinera, lt Will be repeated on Tues lay and Kit
day evenlnga and st the Wednesday and Batui lay
matinees, Por Wednesday and Thursday evenings
another mw play, "The Silver Shell," ls announced.
At the special Tha-kagivtng matinee "A White He"
win be giv.-n. Th.- selection for the Ansi perform?
ance, mi Saturday night, ls not yet mad.- known.
Tin- Kendala win be supported by their London
Al tbe Amphion Theatre "Americana Abroad." .1
comedy by Victor*, n said, u, adapted by Mra Abby
Sae.- Richardson, win be played this week by Dan?
iel Prohman'a Lyceum Comedy Company. Tne ploy
whl ba presented with the original Betting un l accea
S'.rlen. and ll ls expected that lt will be received
with us much favor at the Amphion as attended
Us rec.-ni presentation ut tbe Columbia. In the
company ar?* J, m. Qtlmour. J. lt. polk, George
An-m, Prederlc Cong rr. R. Jones, Owen Pawcett,
John Plndlay, Vaughn QUeer, Maul Harrison. c,?r
tml- Rivers, Helen Kinnlsrd. Jsne Lothian, Louisa
Murray, Cns Bell and Hope Booth.
i hisser rs Titi: nu: KENT-ATE, CRtRRRT.
in thc bi-,* chimney ..f tnt n< a Kent-ava power
itatkm .f the Brooklyn City Kallroad company last
evening IIs. erapl ryes who bad helped te ernei the
bu. stack asl down lo dinner. The f'-asi was epread
in a* aa oration of tha completion <>f th-- work on the
chimney, a full description of which has already
leen published. Mr. Harrison, who has had dil.t
charge ?if the Work of e-eilistruitlell, I. th- plo
, ? ? loll through one* of ihe fllli-H Into tile- chimney
and was chairman. An orchestra furnished music,
?ii I the nany did not break up until a late hour,
o more visitors will be take-ti tn the top of th- chim?
ney, and the outside- se-niTol.Ung ls almost wholly
removed. Over Si^i.i-t-n whs expended ea tbe ids
>t ok. and the pleat ?>r which lt la ? part wiiE
when completed, represent an expenditure of over
Mon St, opposite DeKalb Ave.,
B R 0 0 K LY N.
Our nssorlmenls ure liirge-r flinn ever. nn<
our prices loivei- limn Ukase of nn*
oIIiit ale-rt- In Hroe-Wlyu. Ceiuvlnce yourael
li> usLInu for aniii|?lea nnd prleca.
We invite inspection of our Jlolida*
Gooda of eveiy description, and rtpe
dally of tho choices! novelties im
ported by ns from Paris, Berlin an?
lt would 1)0 wise to make selection!
while the assortnit'iits are large, am
before the crowd become- so great a.*
to render shopping difficult.
The Most Com pf'cte Assortment
in Either City.
Our Doll Department, which ls locatM this
yent* on the s,-i-.iri,i Boor, front, contains the
larges! and hand-omest assortment of d.Hh
and I tolls' Clothing ever shown by us, ami our
j.ci' >? i sre lower than ever.
Jointed Dolls, Z3 Inches high, Imported this
Jointed D.'llH. IS inches hlph, says 'Tap-"
anil ".Mania." 7". e'ts.
Baby Dolls, with lon-? slip and cap, ",9 cts.
For the Holidays,
All the newest Juvenile, Art and Gift Booka,
and Art Calendars, will bs found on the second
il",t, near the Doll Department.
GA MUS. BLOCKS AND TOYS,
Tn the Basement.
At popular price-*. This department 13 es?
pecially Interesting to boys this year.
Hutu.- nt Football, M cts.
Game of li..hb, 7*. .ts.
95 ets. Ea eh.
A desirable lot of Fancy \V..rk Baskets and
Wall Pockets, w-uth fr-mi 40 to 75 cts. All at
i:> eta, euell in thc basement.
liol ida i/ (Jiffs at very Loir Prices.
Solid r.old Heart Charms, se? with real tur
iu"is uni pearla "?*> i ta
Solid Gold Neck Chains, fl 19.
Ladles', Misses* nnd B lytt Solid Gold Sleeve
iuttons, richly chased, J.' ii.
Sterling Sliver Snake Klnps, net with stones,
Imported Silver nnd I-'namelled Poeket Match
lalee, all Initials, a> ets.
College Bins, sterling silver enamelled, 21 eta.
An End rely Nets Lint?
if Writing Paper nnd Envelopes In faney boxes.
Vellum paper, In u!l t'.i-hi nable tints -at 2:.
?ts. *,. r bsa of it sheets and envelopes
RI div rlias.-,I Bterllng Siiv.-:- Penholders, S.">
Cofhblnntlon Penholder and Pencil, with solid
4 kt. gold pen, *i 19.
A lan,',- lin-- of Christmas Cartis, Booklets, Cal?
li.lars. 1 >i.i 1 :???*. Prayer Booka end Bibles.
L EA TH E lt O 0 O BS.
Some of Our Leadiny Offers.
Kew Crescent Chamois Purse, gilt and nickel
raines, 59 eta
Som Crescent Shopping Bag, made of Bne col
ire 1 Ch imola, $1 '."e.
Combination Watch, Pocketbook and rani
'.ii'', (real Beal leather.and st'-rlinK silver Baiaa
novement wut.-h), complete for lj.7*>.
TOILET A UTI (LES.
Specif il Sale
?f Rne Baccarat, Bohemian nnd Cut Giana
lotti.--*, Powder Boxes snd Jewel Caees at half
if regular prices,
Celluloid Bel (Comb, Hair Brush and Mirror),
Pine Leather Travelling Shaving Case, erith
urnlehlngSi $1 -?">.
OPTICAL COO BS.
Ifty-seven new atylee .>f Opera Olaasea and
hilt,-.ii atyles of Field and Marine t;iass.>s,
1 iii be poid ai eery low prlcea
nia.-k Morocco Chatelaine Spectacle Cases,
ilrkel trimmed, :;;? eta
le kt. Gold Bpectaclea with best French
annes, to suit your eyes, |_99.
Fine Gauss, hand-painted end spangled Tan:',
CLO!1 Ii S A \ I) L A M PS.
Bight-day Annonla Clocks, strike every ba)'
GUI Banquet Lampe, M.9G.
14-Inch Bilk Lamp Shades, ?n..)0.
A HT EMBROIDERIES.
The Latest Novelties
1 Glove, Mouchoir, Begar, Souvenir Spoon,
,.-it.-i, Jewel ariel Work Qoxea
Glove embroidered Mantel and Plano Draper?
1 irapery Bcarfa "'*- eta
Imported hand-embroidered Bibs, with Kate
lr.-uaw av and CTOSS-sUtCb el.'signs, Jj and 39
Complete assortment of l.aee Bureau S.-arfs,
Materlala of ali kinds for Art Bmbrotdery and
Iterated Work for the Holidays.
il IA 7; II WA RE a nd Cl TL F II Y.
New designs In Fern Dtshea
Fancy Prlncssa Lamps with rhsdss.
Csndelnbraa, three, tour and live lights.
Fancy Chocolate Beta, three ptecea
Bterllng Silver Tea Sp,, ms, Table Spoons and
Stag Handle Carving1 Se-ts, erith ?tarting aUvsr
Pearl ban.!!" medium and Pe asa rt Knlvea*
ith storting aUver mountings.
For II ol itt ny ii ifts
I all wool. Cotton mid wool, and wash fabrics,
ut up lu boxes, ut lower prices than wc have
,-er before been able lo offer?wash gooda,
, cts. to tl.aT.; cotton and wool, J1.60 to 12.75;
II wool, UM tu I0.5U.
40 and 6.3 cts.
21-Inch heavy nuallty Changeable Bengallna.
in favorite tints, 49 cts. per yard ln.Vead'3
SO CtS. as
22-Inch extra heavy silk and Wool Bengallne,
popular shades, 63 ets. per yard, Instead J
EA XCY VELVETS.
Throe-tone Velvets, JU! quality, 93 cts nee
Two-tone Velvets UM quality. $1.23 per yard.
Two-tone Corded Velvets, $3.50 quality $L5_
r-r vard. ?"? """-aw
A Complete Linc for thc Holidays.
Our Handkerchief Department is always a
popular feature of the holiday trade. This year
lt will be even more Interesting than usual
Spacial to-morrow, ?nannfaclurera, samples 0t
fine Linen Hand-embroide'red Handkerchiefs at
50, 69, 75 ets., $1.00 and $1.25 each; regular prlcea
$1.00 to $3.00. m
300 dozer Lawn Hand-embroidered Hand-en
chiefs at 15 cts. each, Instead of 30 cu.
73 cts. instead of $1.50
j for Genuine Foster 7-hook Suede Kid (".loves,
- ' this season's importation, new enamelled hooka
f tans, browns, modes, grays, greens, navy blue.
1 and black.
Men's Astrachan Leather Palm Gloves 98 cta_
Instead of $1.50. -*"*?
A full line In all the lending styles, ll 50 te
.u ? J-wa-rvr-r*
Dress Goods for Christmas Presents, i
Commeneing Monday, we will show a splendid
variety of Iire-ss Patterns fe.r Holi.lay presenta '
Among them may be found seme of the choicest
plain and fancy wool mat. rials of the season,
at prices very much below the regular stock
figures. An early Bstecttoa ls advisable, as the
aasortment ls better than can be found later
111.14 K SllliS WU TIOI HM>G
4.<M>I>* of every description. Full lines Black
ft ARR Ml?WSW and attractive styles la
Ladles' Plush and Cloth Garments for Thanks?
giving wee>k. A spe.-Ial lin.- of Children's Long
Cloak-, In 6, 8 and 10-year sizes, at greatly re?
FMt*i.-A!a?ka Seal. Mink. Alaska Sabls
nnd Persian Lamb. New full Circular Capes*
at 25 per cent. less than regular prices.
FIR TMnnilfl-? in Sable. Persian
Lamb, Krimmer*, Raccoon, Lynx, Opossum,
Astrakhan. Coney. Seal and Wool Seal, Mink.
Mink-tall, Bl aver. Otter, Monkey. Russian-hare,
Chinchilla, F.rmine, Angora and Thibet, Vi Inch
to 4 inches wide; Hroad-tail and Persian T?ai.ib
Skins, $4.00 to $10.00.
Real Alaska Sable IMging?not Skunk-dye4
Opossum??t $1.00 and $1.25 per yard.
? -B.\I"*!*?.?Xew designs in Dinner Clothe,
Napkins, Lunch Cloths and Dollies, Novelties
in Mexican Drawn Work, Flng.-rbowl Dollies.
Centre Pieces and Tray Cloths.
II %-M>Ki:K<IIH:r?.-A choice collection
of new sad exclusive ele-slgns In fine Hand Em
brotdered Handkerchief!'"; our own importation,
: suitable for holiday gift.-.
iJaaVaa l?KPART?IK*T.-No\-eItles for
evening wear, in SHU ionizes, combined with
? Silver and Ms-tea Cold; in all thc latest color
i i'iioim i in ih:i'IRTMi;>t.-_
Thlr.l Floor. Lace Curtains in endless variety.
Drapery Silks, Satin Damasks and Wool Tap
estrtes, Furniture reupholste-reel. Fine elrapery
! work; Bhartes and Moorish Fretwork.
III ??*?.? Oriental. Turkish and Persian Rugs
lu Shirvan. Bokhara, Dagheston, Carabagh,
i Kasak, Cashmere, loumac, Anatolia, Afghan,
and Bamarcand, at extremely low, prices. Do
m.?sile. Knglish. Bagdad and Japanese Rugs, ia ,
all siz.-s. Bpe lal rarnee in gll-wool bed Blankets,
I Down Corni',,rt.il.!, s and T":let Quilts, Lap
Robes and Hors.- lilankets.
hukh'iiy a^?iii?i:rivi:ar.-a lot
Of Ladlee/ Ribbed Merino Vesta, long and short
sleeves, drawers to match, Tie.
EUbbsd Natural Combination Suits, full regu.
lat* in.ide, for Children 10 to 14 years. flOO each;
.i>..,ut half their actual raina
l,a.ll"s' Ribbed Cotton Combination Suits,
I...lies' Fast Black Fleece-lined Hose, 35a|
:i pis. for $1.00.
lll-V!** I'l MKiI*H IHe_ML -Four ia
Hand and Knot S.arts, at 50c; formerly $1.00.
Special attention ls called te* our latest im?
portation <>f Smoking Jiu-k'-ts, in plain and
fancy cloths. Silk Mixtures and Ve'lveteen.
Fancy Jacquard Blanket Wrappers for Ladles
Hath Robea $?'??00; formerly $1.50 and $5.00.
Men's Cardigans, $2.00 up. Shirts of our own
manufacture, ready made and to order.
QWARWaaaJaMt W, and 20-length; best quality
JOUVtn eXr Cst QIOVSO, in Moel.-s. Light Tans
and Pearl Cray, USSi regular prices, $2.75, $o.2S
M. n's Cloves In Fisk, Clark & Flagg's, Dent'*
Founes, and Perrin Fie-tvs gi Co. Sule agents
r..i Jnuvlii & Cle, ami Fisk. Clark & 1'l.igs'l
Dressmaking l'arlors, 4th floor. /'
26, 28, 30, 32. 34, 36 FLATBFSH AVE.
315, 317, 310. 321 LIVINGSTON ST.
Made to Draw or No Charge.
I'YuiiiiiiiiiioiiN nude nnd KsilaSUBtaf
Sn bm ll lcd.
RrttSSatas"-_iMMl !li?i<>\ tamtatOOat, N. J.; Mn.
i.iii.tt v. ?aspar-, W. i). Maana ii. m**k. taraateri
ll. un I'arL.li, 'Austin l',.rl)ln. A. I>. VaOAmW, M. I)., J.
Kenine-ely T.tl, Howard Lap-eloy, MMBBBJ M nlm.'r, sod
iniuiy iith.'i*. '
J. H. WHITLEY, "Chimney Expert"
tua FlLTOft STREET. BROOK--Sf. B. Ta