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HOME NEWS.
WHAT IS GOING ON* TO-DAY.
Protestant Episcopal Cathedral trustees, See House
IV rn.
Bate* divorce ?ult. Supreme Court.
Dinner for St. Clair McKelway, Pouch Mansion, Bro
lyn, evening.
Rapid Transit Commissioners, No. 22 AVIlllam-at., '
P. m.
Reception to Colonel Frederick D. Grant, by V. S. Gr
Po?l. Brooklyn. evening.
Lecture by Hamilton \V. Mable, Cooper I'nlon, 8 p.
Funeral of John Stralton, Church of the Heave
Re?t, 0:30 a. m.
Police and Pilot Commissioners* meeting
Phi Ccmmu Delta, convention of Section One, Char
House, N p. m.
Exhibition af paintings in aid of Messiah Home, No.
Fifth-., v.-.
New-Jersey Kennel Club exhibition, Newark.
First Nasal H.tti.illnn Inspection by General McGn
on board the Xi-w-Ilam|'*hlre, s.'to p. m.
Brooks Alumnae of Kimi---garton Department. Teachi
College, tts party. No. U Cniverslty I'la, e, 8:111) p. m.
NEW-YORK CITY.
The funeral of Dr. Willium Henry Jackson, w
died on Friday at his home, No. OM Madlson-av
took place yesterday afternoon at the Cal va
Protestant Episcopal Church. The services we
conducted by the Kev. Dr. Henry Y. Satterlee, a
slated toy the Kev. Mr. Cameron. The burial w
be at Woodlawn this morning.
The Amateur Players' Club will hold the first
Its five meetings at Sherry's on the evening of D
cember 6, at 9 o'clock. The entertainment will co
slat of a short play and several selections of mut
by the active members. There will be a dan
after ll o'clock.
The execution against Emma E. Batcheldt
baker and confectioner at No. 42 West One-hu
dred-nnd-twenty-llfth-st.. No. 2S8 West One-hu
dred-and-slxteenth-st. and No. Ut! Seventh-avi
published on Sunday, it was said at tho Sheriff
office yesterday, had boon satisfactorily settled.
The report publish".] yesterday to the effect thi
the Hnmburg-Ameiioan steamship Ftierst I'.isman
was overdue wus misleading. The Fuerst Mr-man
arrived at Algiers on Saturday, her appoint!
time, and at Naples yesterday morning. She salli
from New-York on November 10, and conslderlr
the condition of the weather on the North Atlant
she made 'i Quick passage.
Alfred Hlrshberg. seventeen years old, who.1
home ls at No. BB East One-hundrei-and-seventl
st., came near being killei by a cable car In Hroai
?way at Hlee'cker-st. yesterday afternoon. H
jumped out of the way of car No. ito, but art
caught between the car and a truck driven by Peti
F. Johnston, of No. 370 Raltlc-st.. Brooklyn. Iii
fore the car could be stopped Hlrshberg wa
squeezed aKainst the truck so hard that his ht
was cut severely and three of his ribs were brokei
He wa3 sent to St. Ylncent's Hospital.
Mary Hooker, the young woman who fell dow
a dumb-waiter shaft on Sunday and underwent
surgical operation Involving the removal of th
spinal processes and laminae of three dorsal verte
brae, was reported at the New-York Polyclinl
Hospital yesterday to be in a most satlsfactor
condition. Dr. K. A. Hibbs, the house physiclat
hoped to be able to discharge her In two weeks.
Josephine O'Brien, fifteen years old, who tried t
commit suicide on Sunday evening at the home o
her parents. No. G6 Leroy-st., by hanging herself
was committed to the Catholic Protectory in :
police court yesterday. She said her parents abuse.
her.
Hamilton W. Mable will deliver a lecture to-nigh
on "Literature and life," under the auspices o
Columbia Ciliege, in the great hall at Coope:
Union. No tickets of admission are required.
AFFAIRS IN BROOKLYN.
P
mr Rirrt:i: DENIES the charges.
TUE OWNER OF THE MOLLENHAl'EH BEFINER1
IBBflBjiHUIIBsl Tin: alli: ;r.n ivvymi.nt
OE MONEY FOB EMI'LOYMENT.
John Mollenhauer. the owner of the big sugai
refinery in South Eleventh-st., was seen last even
lng by a Tribune reporter at his home. No. IS*
Koss-st., and when spoken to regarding the ac
cusatlons made by Joseph Knabel, of No. 51 Mc
Kibben-st., against Mrs. Annie Cohen and hei
husband, alleging the payment of $25 to them fot
a place as a laborer In the refinery six weeks agi
anil Sta subsequent dirch.irge a few weeks latei
because he r*fBB*a1 to pay an additional $2ii. said:
"I have aaeatJaaad my superintendent, Mr. Rit?
ter, regarding the statement of Knabel, who al?
leges toa! the Cohens declared they had to pa.
him |2ii of the amount, and he assures me thal
there is not ta* sllghte.*'. grounds for the ac.
fiirati. n. I am inclined to believe him. as he ha.
always been a faithful employe, and never befori
was a stigma cast against him."
"What action has been taken by you regarding
the alleged accusations made against this man
Cohen, in your employ?" ask.-1 the reporter.
"I am still inventlgiiting the matter, but until 1
have soire definite proof that tho Cohens took
this money from Knabd anil his brother-in-law,
Siegel. 1 will believe him innocent, and allow him
to continue in my employ."
Mr. Mollr-nhauer told the reporter that Cohen had
denied the charges and Intended to prosecute his
accusers. Mr. .Mollenh.-iuer continued by Baring
that Mrs. Cohen was prostrated at her home from
the notoriety she had received and the annoyance
she was subjected to by newspaper reporters.
KO DEFENCE IN THE BAKI.OW DIVORCE
sriT.
No defence was Interposed yesterday In the suit of
Dr. John W. Harlow for nbsolute divorce from Mrs.
Jessie A. Darlow, which was tried before Judge
Cullen in the Supreme Court. The co-respondent
was Charles A. Giles, of Philadelphia. Dr. Harlow
testified that they had five children. On Karta 14,
1893, his wife was at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in
New-York with Giles, and they Brer* registered as
E. Osborne and wife. Mrs. lilies was called hs a
witness and Identified the handwriting on the hotel
register as that of lu-r husband. Judge Cullen
atated, after other evidence to the Identity of the
parties to the suit, that he would grant a decree
as soon as the testimony was written out.
THE TROLLEY TAKES ANOTHER LIFE.
A man named Edward Quinn, of No. 121 Wyckoff
St., fell a victim to the fatal trolley at Fulton and
South Oxford sts., yesterday afternoon. He was
standing on the car track engaged lu an earnest
conversation with his brother when a car of the
Fulton-st. line approached them. The motorman
rang his be.ll and supposed that they would get out
Of the way, but the two men paid no attention to
lt until lt was close to them. They then sprang
to one side, but Edward Quinn was not quick enough
and was caught under the car wheels and no badly
injured that he dte.1 in a short time. His body
was taken to the Fourth Precinct I'ollce Station.
The motorman and conductor of the car were ar?
rested.
THE DINNER FOR ST. CLAIR M'KELWAY.
There will be about 200 of the prominent public
men of II rook lyn at the dinner to be given this
?vening, In the Pouch Gallery, in Clinton-nve., in
honor of St. Clair McKelway. Edltor-ln-fhlef of
"The Eagle." Owing to the unavoidable absence
of George M. Olcott. who was to preside. Dr. Tru?
man J. IlackuB will act as toastmaster. Besides
Mr. McKelway and Dr. Hackus, the speakers will
be E. L. Godkin. Editor of "The Evening Post"
A. S. Hewitt. ex-Mayor of New-York; the Rev. Dr'
Storr*. Eil ward M. Shepard, William .1 Gaynor'
Supreme Court Judge-elect; General Stewart L*
Woodford and Mayor-elect Charles A. Schleren. '
WEAKENED BY HIS INJURIES.
A badly battered man was charged with drunk?
enness In the Adams Street Police Court yester?
day. He was George Hums, of No. 212 East
Tenth-st., New-York, and was an engineer on thc
steamship City of Savannah when she was wrecked
et Oay Head, in January, mi. His skull was
fractured and had to be trepanned, three ribs were
broken, and both legs and an arm were fractured
He spent a year In the hospital and went out a
physical wreck. He pleaded guilty to Intoxication
yesterday and said that one glass of liquor went
to bis head and he lost his senses. When set free
he declared he would never drink again.
MR. SCHIEREN OPEN8 A FAIR.
' Mayor-elect Charles A. Schleren. of Brooklyn,
last evening opened a fair for the benefit of the
building fund for a Home for Epileptics, in thc
assembly rooms of tbe Kings County Savings
Bank Building at Bedford-ave. and Broadway
Brooklyn haa no auch hospital, and admission io
the hospitals has been refused to epileptics In
many cases. The fair, which will continue until
Thursday night, ls under the management of St.
Mark's and Christ. Episcopal; Sts. Peter ar.d Paul
Beman Catholic; All Souls', Inlversallst. and the
Central Mcthodiat Episcopal churches.
THIEVES DESTROY PAINTINGS.
Th* poUce ot the Sixteenth Precinct were in
formed yesterday that thieves had effected an en?
trance to tbe dwelling house at No. 196 Rodney-st.,
owned by Frank Seaman, and had stolen silverware
valued at 11*500. Many handsome paintings were
of
destroyed, having been cut In places while hanging
on the walls. Mr. Seaman lives with his family in
the dwelling adjoining. He formerly occupied No.
19C. but had recently stored in the building silver?
ware and other valuible household effects which
had been removed from the Carleton House, of
which he was. until a few months ago, the pro?
prietor. The silverware was stored in boxes which
had been broken open. It is believed that the
thieve* were frightened off before they had time
to make a bigger haul, as the goods stored were
valued at J6.000.
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GATHERED ABOCT THE TOWN.
The hearing of evidence In the suit of Mr.*. Eliza
Jaa* Prii'ly for limited divorce from James Priddy,
principal of Public School No. J!, was liegun yes?
terday In the Supreme Court. The allegations in
tb* complaint, setting forth crud treatment, and
the denial in the answer, have already been pub?
lished.
A protest was sent to the Aldermen yesterday
j by residents of Pierrepont-st., between Henry and
Clinton sis., against granting the right to any rail?
road company to build on that block. It was re?
ferred to the Railroad Committee.
The Board of Aldermen yesterday adopted the
official figures of the canvass of the vote for city
officers.
The canvass of the vote in the YIth Senate Dis?
trict by the Supervisors was completed yesterday,
and the result showed a majority for Senator Mc?
Carty of 56 over Henry Wolfert. The latter will
contest the seat.
The South Brooklyn Railroad and Terminal Com?
pany has finally secured permission to cross the
highways on its route from Thirty-sixth-st. to Ja?
maica, crossing Flatbush, the Twenty-sixth Ward
and the town of Jamaica. It ls proposed to build
the road in a cut about twenty feet deep, so as
to cross the streets below grade.
Gaetano Simonetti, an Italian living at No. H
Havemeyer-st., was remanded by Justice Goetting
yesterday In the I/ee Avenue Police Court to await
the result of injuries inflicted on Mrs. Annie Jonl
zello on Sunday. The woman is said to be In a
critical condition. The assault was the outcome of
a demand made by the woman for $6 she had lent
to the man. Instead of paying her the money,
Simonetti. it is alleged, knocked her down and
kicked her in the abdomen.
WESTCHESTER CO UNTY.
WHITE TLAIVS.
The trial of Daniel Monnhnn. of Yonkers, on an In
dietment for manslaughter in the first degree, which
charges that he Melted his wife to death, was be?
gun before Judge Isaac N. Mills nnd a Jury in the
County Court yesterday. Mrs. Mettaltaa died on
Julv ir., a few minutes nfti r the brutal attack, and
in great agony. District-Attorney I'latt appeared
for the State, and Assemblyman-fleet John ?'. Har?
rigan for the defendant "rae must Important wit?
ness was Bridget Casey, of Yonkers, who was lu
Monahan's house on July lt", and testified as to the
assault. The trial will be continued to-day.
MOUNT VKRXOX.
George C. Needham, the evangelist, gave nn ad?
dress in the Baptist Church. Mount Yernon, last
night on "Dwight L. Moody: His Work and Its
Results." A special invitation was extended to the
member* of all other churche-i of the city. . . .
A union thanksgiving service of the Presbyterian.
Methodist. Baptist and Reformed congregations
will be held in the church of the latter, on Thurs?
day morning. The Re*/. Lewis lt. Streeter, pastor
ol' the M.-thodlst Church, will preach the m-rmon.
. . . Miss Fanny ("Tanberry Levy began a course
of song lectures in Willard Hall last night. The
llrst lecture was on "Songs of England."
T05KEBS.
The young people are taking more than usual In?
terest In charitable work this season. Fairs held
bv children for some charitable purpose are of fre?
quent occurrence and are always successful. A
children's fair held last Saturday afternoon at the
home Of Mrs. C. E. Hltchlngs. No. 21-'i Woodworth
ave.. realized about *"7r. for the Fresh Air Work,
which Miss Mary A. Neilson has been carrying on
for several years. . . . Mr. nnd Mrs. Charl'* I..
Cossena, who were injured Saturday by a fall from
their carriage on the Boulevard, are well
known in this city, where they have many friends.
. . . The Yonkers Teutonia held the first In Its
winter *erie* of mus).-al an.l dru ina tlc , nt. rinlii
ments at Teutonia Hall Bundar evening. The pro?
gramme Included mandolin and violin solos, uni a
sketch entitled, "The Happy Coopara." Among those
who took port were otto Kott, Frank Steadman.
F. W. Ylrglen. William Ztpf, William Fersch. T.
Prewater. the Eagle Quartet and the Teutonia Sing?
ing Section. '
SING SING.
The annual harvest-home festival of the Broad?
way Mission will not be held this year, owing to
Us* special services In the churches. There ls, how?
ever, more need than ever this year for contribu?
tions of money, new or cast-off clothing, shoes,
underwear, bedclothlng, coal. Brood, provisions, etc
. . . The Medical Hoard of opining Hospital has
designated Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, be?
tween I and 5 o'clock in the afternoon, as dis?
pensary days.
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NEW-JERSEY.
NEWARK.
The ninetieth anniversary of the Newark Female
Charitable Society wax Belab rated yesterday. The
annual meeting was held at the home, at lilli and
Halsey sts. Mrs. A. E. Martin, the secretary, rend
a report af the work accomplished during the year
Just ended. The society glees aid to dl*tresse<|
fnm!li'-s, furnishes employment lo women, cares
for the infant children of workingwomen, and In
the summer sends mothers and children on fresh
alr excursions Into the country.
William Marris, fifteen year* old. living at No.
*!14 Warren-st., Harrison, died yesterday from the
effects of a tull on some railroad ties. The boy
was employed as a messenger to carry I'nited
I'ress dispatches from New-York to tin- Newark
afternoon papers, and was returning on one of his
trips Saturday wh. n he met with Hie accident
George M. Tunbennan, the New-York lawyer who
?Beeped from the Mortis Plains Lunatic Asylum
on Saturday, was taken back to the asylum yes?
terday.
The directors of the Home Brewing Company
have found a difference of from 18,608 lo p;.'?*i iii
the books of the company which they are unable
to account for. They are waiting for the return
of Bernard E. Crosby, g former collector for tba
company, who has been travelling In the South.
He was discharged some time ago. He owns some
stock of the company.
The Essex County Grand Jury made its final
presentment last night, and was discharged by
Judge Depue. The ijuesilon of removing poles from
the centre of the streets was settled by it com?
promise. Judge Depue early In the term directed
the Grand Jury that the poles were unlawful, and
sueggsted that the olhcials of the traction com?
pany he Indicted, but the jury's judgment was to
refrain from indicting the railroad men. on the
strength of their promise to remove the poles a*
quickly as posslbl". They are all to be removed
by October 1, 189.*..
EMZAHETIf
There was a commotion in County Physician
O'Rielly's office at Ellzabethport yesterday. wh?-n
a man walked in and announced that he hail rmull
pox and wanted to be tr-ated. His face and hands
were covered with pustules, and in a moment he
had the office to himself, as all the patients there
and the physician himself lost no lime In bolting for
the door. Or. O'ltleily looked the man In and
sent telephone passages for the police and health
authorities-. ' An ambulance was secured, and the
man was removed to the penthouse. He IM-Iongs
in Lorraine, a suburb of Elizabeth, and had walked
four miles through the streets to Or. O'lllelly's of?
fice. Fears are entertained I.-st lh" patient In
his long tramp may have communicated the Infec?
tion to others, and the health authorities are much
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$115 for m dress snit? bere or at thc
tiptojvpest tailor's in town T
Neither you nor your friends could
tell each from t'other?we dor.'t say
there isn't any difference.
fat na send yan our Winter book ? Ere*.
ROGERS, PEET & CO.
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FOREIGN DRESS GOODS
To still further eiiliaiiee the i
portanee of our sale of Dress (?o<
for Holitliiy Presents, we lu
placed ott our counters, on 1
main floor, many thousand*
wurdi of the choices. No volt i
lui port od by us for the presi
season, all 'market! down to 1
t li;ni half the original prices.
Our patrons should not fail
visit us frequently from this tu
Christmas, as the bargains t
year are unprecedented.
JAMES BTeCBEEBT & CO.,
Broadway and ll th St.
Linens.
Bargains in
Tab/e C/ot/is
and Napkins.
Double Damask Table Cloths
2x2 yards at si."5.
2X2\i yards at S2.2 5.
2x3 yards at $2.75.
Napkins to match.
$1.75 and $2.50
a dozen,
Lord& Taylor
Bro.-tdwnv <V 20th St.
HUMPHREYS'
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'2 -Wo-in*. tVors Icm;. Wai ai ('"I.e.....
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4 IHnnhiii-H. ni c|i:I.ii>ii or Ailnlia .
7 latish*. Calli*. Hr..tiilii:.- .
H-Vi'iii'iilsin. I's'ilnu'lic. I'm (Kin .
? Hi-mini Ino. Sirs ll- ess-ba, Vari i? . .'
U l>?>|ir|i*ln. Hiii'iii*. I'linaliaalloa. .?
I *>np|.ri-s?e?l dr I'nhiliit I'pt luria .'
?i Ullin*. Too I'K.l.i.r f.ri-'s .?
:i (nulli. I. .r>n?lil?. linn-.....-. ?
4 "-oil Bbrnin. I rvs|*> !..?. i:r:.|.tl'.iis.'
J BbmbsbiI ia* Hn-a*~*tlr rain- .'
II llnlnri*. i'l:ii:? feirran.1 Au rn- .'
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SPECIFICS.
terol.*ed over Ihe affair Dr. 0*Rlelty'fl office hi
-en Closed f.ir Bfteea day.., an.l Iii* home nisy I
it under quarantine.
PLAINFIELD.
Tho person*, met violent death* In Plainfield yr
May, by accidents which occurred Within a fe
liiiifc* of each other, mid at nearly the imn
ace. Mra. Mary Knglish SSS Inctantlv lui'i-l I
train on the Central Hall. sad Bf New-.ler.se
)? wa* the wife Of J. 1*7, BBCUsS, an -ti.
e Pon'l Tool Machine Company BBe wi* thin
re.- year* old. and had four children Uh* beean
nfnsed bj" 'he approaca of tero trabta, ai
.-|i|.,-.i from in front Bf aaa directly la th.- na'
aiin'her.
lohn Oulla lal, a driver of a hay irag*oa, Bri
rown from hi* feat hy the runaway h-r s a/bli
?r* Htarted hy the fall of a hale ot bay 0*1
rn! wa* Ssas td the g retied, and Ute ara**
used over him crushing In hi* ches) He 'il.
enty minute* later, ile wa* thirty gear* 0
sj unmarrieii. _
WORRI WORRSM for tue iiosvitai.s.
A BsBBtBBf tit th<- Wonnn's Auxiliary t.. tl,. \. v
irk HoapltSl Saturday sivi Sunday Pots*Ottos Al
elation was held >?*..?[ dav BftCrBOOa ;.t No.
e*t Thlrty-flxth-.it.. IB* BOCAC af Ut* president I
e auxiliary. Mt liiiiinl Irvin. who pn ld*
ie pa'rlnrs *TCrs 111!' I Sith |.r unlii.-i't IBM BB
mi'-n. who Baosved deep Interest in lae proci
s?. Mr*. Kdiiiuii'i itbsHs arsa secretary aa
rs. ,i. a. Lowery tr- > urer.
Hr". Irvin Bald that la MM thcr.- wen- 1,808 pas*
lit- bass**' dtstiibuted, of v.Mdi M wen rt
na i stapty. while in tin rematnltvt 1,400 ther
is B.SM, Leal yar M teg wen 'ii
bated, af arhtos. arty vu r>- retam*d empty an
cntaiii. d pst*. The t--r.il l f tai .. Ilectlonfl fpn
?OarceS Bi ls*l wi* ST. I_*2 St. Bsd last year I
ii t>.2,'Ai 17. The vla*.s h.ix. B will t.<- n-",| aa*all
m year, ead in addtttoa ia placea arhere they h-iv
?n kept hitherto, aa effort aili b* awde ta h-iv
?m dtstrfbated on boar*" transatlantic steaai
pa. in aasapapar otBeeay rtuhboui i aad th.- the
?es.
'in- nev i>r Q*oras s Baker, of Rt Luke'
apHalj who I* the corresponding seer*Buy "
? association and a nember of the lix. etUll.
tninltlee of the Auxiliary, reported thal Ol
?ount of ihe stringency of th*- ttmas aa sppes
public ail had in. n aiada ('.(riler than usu,ii
1 the return* thu* fir were encouraging, ? B*<
th.- former ooBtrtbuicrs Incteaatn**; thea* flub
Iptlons and new BBBtribstorfl being ad lid lo tin
. The nrr.-ii.KetnentH for escvaeatsa tin- erhole
? trades wen- effective, )?-it thin- area n. 1 f"i
ater effort aitinni; the retail tr,..les, which wei.
re (ilHlctilt to caSStSJ, Frcd'-rlck ff. Oaek. Ken
i aasat of the Bsmoetetlea, said ih.it ut.ii.- it
. its collection* wer ? onlv jg*. Ul, l.i t rear tin'.
?e V".'(,:?i. H.- thought thcr- Mould be aa Im ?
i yenr.
rs. Irvin spoke Banu Btty of tb* ic "-I for a
ne or rest for consumptives. Nh" Bald thal
rc was no place lor 'him in this citv except om
rn nt Hi. I.uke's Hospital, other noapltali re
m nt Hi. Luke'* Hospital, other noapltali re.
lng to receive them oil lirvornt of theil 'Usia:'
BJ contaKlous. Th r. was ,i small wild for
Bumptlve* in the Hom- for Incurables, nt l*.,rd
i. hut lt was go crowded and *.. mani arere
ays walting for adm bu-ion that it was of :... ben
tr. nnn.- ri**** Ml-, I. ii,. ...I.......I . i. .
Announcement*.
LAW. " Kenosha.*' E. i W
A mit collar.
?A.?Prepare for wltrter. Have ymir wln
, iud "lt.. lt ebie* , H. m. . r M ,., Cl ,| ... ??
rjfi* ant iBSBva yeai coal M'l*. .s. u,.tjU.K i,g
ni At. 11 : ? - j. i '.ne. Cn: fun it .': ..
llhau'a Callnaya has stood 6.1 years' test as
uh.i> Ultu. au.. sSseiu r. a ? .st ,r . ai.ou. ii
ml "ci inn c'liuuie. i?. B ea**fly,
own'a Camphoratcil Saponaceous Dentifrice
u ii. . ti.... i , ui. i*r .n t.i ....ni i?r ureavrviiiu Lae
licfieshing and daMclsBS ^"i reata i jir.
PlIILMPS' Dli.KSTIIlLi. OOCOS
Vllualilt; siiti.lituie fo: ii '.r mt. |r noiir'she*.
only sunni!.!'..-. A aaparlor dftali fur Invalid*.
ss of hair, which ofttsl mars tba prettiest
sleeman*, bj I'tl'i'liv* Uah; Balsam.
UfOBSCoajta, tu.' i,.t rsr* fur ?r.is, ijct*.
gtarantT A. Hamels. M. D.,
oo wivsi wm.ST.
tease* of the Kefraaa si.t.in. Oealtn.t'Hnary Organ*,
ten'y and Sterility. llci'irs. gt., 1. ;, ,? |
tiik rKoro-i-:i?
EW TARIFF BILL.
OFFICIAL TEXT
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BlERMAKflDDOKROft
OLD HERALD BUILDING
BROADWAY AND ANN ST.
Wholesale Warerooms,; Tailor Shop**,
(<:/ mod .'/?' Brmdwoy. I /JJ, tjjt '57 c 'v<h' St
Tin- l.nrm-xt Miiviil"ii<-l>ir?T* In Hie Worlil ol
Mon'* HIkIics! I.rnil.- ilvereiial*. limers,
lll-.-ss Snits, Ti uiiKi-r*. ?..IKllsllllf
.Iik-i.i-i*. PBaiey eestsj, ear*.
\Y li I eli We un- Rcrsf Hi-liiilliiK at Lesa Than
\\ helsssls Prises.
We have been advertising mir Overcoats and
Ulsters bo diligently that are have aluin.',!
forgotten about the handsome assortment ol
Evening Dress apparel for gentlemen, which
we must clear ont just the same as the r isl of
tlie stock that has been thrown on our hands
because of countermanded orders from mum
of our wholesale customers.
50
SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED
WHITE PIQUE
sAiiwIiuhle
Evening Dress Vests,
? at wholesale,
2.00.
were $3.50 at wholesale,
NOW $
75
BLACK OTTOMAN MOIRE
and FIGURED SILK
Evening Dress Vests,
were $5, $6, and $7, at wholesale,
NOW Strtj
22 Imported
BROADCLOTH
EVENING DEESS
COATS AND VESTS,
I'm hui's "sntln I.In il,
s12.00.
Trousers to match, *TT9\J\Ja
20 Fine Quality
IMPORTED BROADCLOTH
EVENING DRESS
COATS AND VESTS,
satin lined throaghout and fa dto bntton>hole,
s15.00.
Trousers to match, \Ja\J\Ja
30 Finest
WEST OF ENGLAND CLOTH
EVENING DRESS
COATS AND VEST.*,
pure sik lined throughout and fat cd to button'
hole,
818.50.
Trousers to match, Otwwi
38 Imported
UNFINISHED WORSTED
WORSTED CREPE
EVENING DRESS
COATS AND VESTS,
edges conic1 with silk braid, and lined
throughout and Cai ed to button-hole with !
heavy pure ailie satin De < lune,
s23.50.
Trousers to match, / u\J\Jm
12
IIIMVV lll.ll !i THIBET
lt. BttXaBM
EVENING DRESS fl
OVERGOES,
lined through >ui with ailie,
Si
The styles and fabri u of our
Evening Drest Sn's, etc., .ir.'
absolutely correct in every detail, ;m<l are
nilly up ta the reqtrir menu of the greatest
fashion authorities, The lit and workmanship
you will liml equal to thal of th ? l>est
tailors, whilst thc prices are jusi ab1 ut half the
amount that similar qualities can be purchased
far ;tt retail elsi n herc.
BlERMAWHORELBERG&lQ.
OLD HERALD BUILDING
BROADWAY AND ANN ST.
a LL HHS MANUFACTURED 11V C. 0.
*\ .viii. \. aara ut Mm Bama ia, t mby earn-laa
ii,, ?? ..in.!., i i. i i.t.iiiii. 121 Bria* !_"; Wost Uiist.
?4 ,(1-'-1 Sj
?PlAN0s7<!
CiraDj, Uptight .-.i.j Square.
f.".j(!cr: l? Prk/-*.
ro RBTaT, rjBJTALStnriV, ajts rv UABOrU,
5th Ave.,cor. 1 (Uh St..3i*.Y.
LACE CSRTalMS.
TAMBO! UKO AMI IIU-ll I'OIM'-*.
A in;.lilli.i :. :'s BBttN |l.(ln. I M ..' I tildi UM c(i*t.
Bf lu |>.,?!:il.cii.
Al-.. a:i BBSs-flat as irtssBBt ..! >\Ml ( r ll i'A I .NS.
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE,
tat Parlor , I.H nr'sS I . I-i BBS I i bbb bM sb, na
rii li, mir . ?.. lt ii|
Al |irl M f.ir lu 1.rn BM 'i '::?! I" ll. '? BBB B iii.
SHEPPARD KNAP? & CO.,
rslXTII AVE.. 1UTII TO I ITU MTS*
t1
HE AR N
tv est Fourteenth Street.
G reat Values
Briefly Descri bed.
Ilnnd-U iou?hl Tnmbonr Curtain*
BsBBtttvl dc Ians on llncst Brussels net.."..'. 83.2
Irish I'oinl Carmina
tl um and now Ivory tints, valuo 8.50......'. 85.0
Coloninl I.nrr Curtain*
dotted HBlIB SlBVJ a* a cobweb. 83.0
iSroli h I.nce CnrlaiBB
i.oat anil showy |8*BISS BIBB quality. tl.4!
Fine Scotch I.nce CurlnisiB
trluio twlstfsi thrcad-liaiilsomc yatterns. 82.91
Figured Chenille Portieres
rich rilcct* la Loni* XIV. nmal. sance,
Oriental, and Moqiiette de-ljrns..'. 80.01
II. ?:int Alcove Portieres
?2 laids wide?all colon. 80.0S
Florentine Damask Cnrlnins
all polers?fringe and da lo.?. IBM
?BIBIBIBlB Bilk llnmn.U Curlnins
lilch .rt colors?knot filige.??*>**??>?. 88.9S
French Nnsli illualiu* 27 inch
Kirli'd centres and Lorders.7. 10c
Tnnibonr Sn*h .Muslin*
rot nt d'F.'urlt lUlUSB SSrBi 83. 60c
Henry Cable Cord Wi-ri iii*
iilde opon Bath and colored strlpfs. IS'ac
I.nee Stripe Scrim*
K\tr.i qnalC-y?10-lnrh. 53?C
Henry French Nnlin nrorutel*
?asl ("lor I'oriiliinatlon*J valuo SCO. $2.08
Itirh Milk Wnrp Tapestries
III BBIBBBIltS BSSSteSBSSi IBlBt B.80. $1.98
Imported Milk Velour* .10 iueh
.; .Is'Iln. Its BIT. BBSS, Meei, and Coral:
real raise '>">0.*M.2l
Fanes ll.niiboo Mcreen*
asBbH Baact of pskitetl cloth. 08-:
I ilk embroidered Nc reen*
.1 ii.: ? i-iiel-fancy frame . 8208
t berry nnd Otili Kn ?els
Vt itt braal Bases'. 08c
I'oM liiiluniili r< il Screen*
?1 fill- :.'j last hl.h. 83.98
Fine Henrie! Itlnutift*
ll* ail seal itevaa Beaner *i*e.mos
Teu-qnnrlrr tl li ile Hlnnkefa
?trtcUjr ail iraqi . 2 98
Dirtcii.quurirr White fllnnlict*
Uy all seel. 3.98
'I it dir.quorn-r st lille Itliinlir:*
st: elly nil BOB). 1.98
lien tl SeSf tt'ool lt lind.<Is
?stis Uri.i "i raise at SSA. LBS
Fine Callfirala Wrapper fllnnkrl*
lian I. ni: h ri i.--H.r- ?(..'.'. . 22IH
t liiltlrtn'* Fur ('nrrinjc Kobe*
BtBj (|>i!!t.il lln.n^. ;.0S
Children'* Fur Carriage Kobe*
Bstts sir. -witii psaBst.:. d.'JS
*>iui ml t'lillies in Opera t'ln?*e*
' ' ? ??? !"??>".1-' ll. ns SI.-J!
li pearl.ll Hr:"! t.Bfl
Isnnita .ii usbb asa
l.-inn r .IL* liena c.::,
ti BB ' i ' . 1"> IhjM T.TII
< ! si (I.. r-Morocco .ll li^ne 2 71
69e
84?
.til-Wool French Dreaa Plaids
handsome combinations? value .75. obs
Fine Ar mun. nnd Ronrrtlea
olors and Black-all wool., sj.
All-Wool Miorni Merge*
and all-wool Cas'i meres?IJIa-k and colors. 88e
Extra Fine Whipcord*
and Tv.'o-tonrd Diagonals?worth LOT.
Fine Nrolch Mixture* 50 iurh
Iinporlcd to *'ll at 1.25.
Bilk and Wool rVorrllica
Inijj.rted to nell at 1.50.M>< ?*,
Imported Moire Chrrron*
snd 50-inch Dilsonals?made to tell at 1.75...... gie
Fine Black Henriettas
silk finish?ii inch. jg,
Fine Black Storm Herges
all wool?br.iad wale. an.
Black French Serges
all woo:?extra fl.ie twill. I?w
Black Vicuna Muiling*
all wool?15 Inch. 494
Black Broad Wnle Diagonals
quality usuallv soli at a dollar.m fg,
Fancy I,choy Nailing*
-1:-? >iicr. BraesBBhl, Ju>t t.'.o .
fabric for house dr^?so? and boys' waists. 7*ja
Fancy Figared Milesia*
usually mtt a". ,18.77.7.... Ifll^
Keady-1 ul Waial l.inius*
KgVlat | rue ii'J to 7? .'.. IBs
Beat Lining Cambric*
r'".'nl;ir jiri"1 si\ c ut*. 2*?*)
French Banting Cotton
.viD-yai'd .s|sio!s?pst dozen.? to
Bril Bubber Orrs* -shields
Hs I only-sefSSst price, .18.'..'. Ul
Die** Trimming Braid*
SsBBk ?St ((il'.rs-fl.rce widths.77. 6a
Stamped Linen Tray Cloth*
BSM friii-;.??usually .19. 12"jS
Boizer*'* Nilror Teaspoon*
Moltu tSJBj flflf flflg .(,,.?, n.77.7 988
Buger*'* Table Mpoon* and Forks
BBtBI (MUSS pr hail do/en.7.11.08
Bogers'* Dinner aad Dessert Unite*
oxtra-lieivy lil Sh fl hill BSBBI. 8198
Solid t'oM Mnrquisc Bing*
rine Essa i i .ai Bries 2'>o.7.".8'..88
Pearl Priiholde**
mth OaH r.ii-i.orth 1.75. ..' BSe
floili Bound Books ol' Fiction
SI m lan! BbBsbh. Sa
Fancy Bedford Cord Sofa Cushion*
down SJIaS BSBBtl "ilk ruffle. 81.38
J.ipnm ?e Milk Lambrequin*
?SM enil;'d-heaiv fn .'-?>. 82/88
Muiirun Bug* tSsSS. '90
ISaSS. ?*?
Beal Smyrna Bilga Hits'. ai.39
30x(.0. 1.98
3A72. 2.98
Jnpanrae Bnga 88x71 . 61.-9
4\7. 2.98
0\0. 690
Ingrain Art Mqunrr* L
sujier quality?b9 nod?best style*.
-*%SJ yd*., ?f*)'i9 Bxt jd*., 8S.78
I \3 }ds., c..Vi 3\4"-_-rd-., 0.39
3 .-.a'^ rds.. 7.-JO a.vs j-tu., 10.SS
i-'ully a third below regular jrlcesf
Iteversible A ul nj "son Hugs, 80x72, 88e
Velvet Bus*. 38x72, 81.9S
White arid ("ray O-at-J-lna, 3"x72, 1.98
SPECIAL MENTION.
\d \ i-cllsciiit-iU* tl il iii 111 r- ,1 Info flie*e nil
ullin* tire rc-i-otit mc-nili-il tu lin- render* of TH I!
I Itllll Mi um I lui rou a Ii ls rclialilc, uni! lm*l?
ne** en ii lie ilene lit mull ss 11 ti Hie inlier,
llst-ra it iib perfect aufet) .
{??rtpir;**.
YtmW(BakW>
A' quit ?? mVi tal tort ni .'???
, training on i rd's
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? r. rAn ?s
- , indicating
t in
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Fowler (So Wells Co..
tl iuti -.'isl m.. ?w lark.
closing orr
Hunt tininbri ? ot the
"Ueanfasl"
BLACK
STOCKINGS,
To nm lie kio ii for
HI'KIM' I.OOII-.
\l less iii;,.- IMPORT**
TION l>lt lt KB.
riie I le.inlusl Hosiery
Co..l?'jT
ll lt O A I) If A Y .
\LWAYS IN ORDER
Waterman's Meal
ountain Pens.
t iiiiuiK-i-v bj. Dessesi
ni. ll In lite lieut |teu
unit*.
end for price Hst to
J. Leach,
mi Naseafl K* >? v.
ovr.i: ".0011.(1(111]
i, a ni bm in ni.
I nil -il "si ile* ure
IIS.III! lill'
GILBERT
DRESS
linings;
lind |.(I. ?' tlli'lll
tin- bi-si nindi-. ?5
Vnile on "clinnc.
j Crouch 4, Fitzgerald
Reliable Trunks
and Bags.
HU Hr.iiKliint.
7UI St Bi SI TB.
tins llroiiilisot. V. V.
H.I.. I mu H's Hf* U.TII
i:\l-.llt 18 BR.
loi ;<(din. Wm "lera sad
-sedesiar* PssSinu" i?.tv
V'OUtBS, inc
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talc* up bm
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ph] -Klan-. Isa j ?.-. el r-y
ineii. cilturi ana other* ni ?
using it. senl f..r lill c.icu.
lat. 40 in*'*; no rtiBTM.
r-of p I, iioivd. Reientlfli
I'l'Vsieu' inri \'.e tl CuttUrS.
'.' I'd.; 1 If i. t. N 'S-Vork.
PENGER'S
PECliUTY
l/PERlOi\
'PECTACIES
?V?<_LASS?S
FINEST EYE GLASSES
-U*" your 0?al<rj*op
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AT TUB
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.HUCK 25 CENTS.
Rn n jj;0w??
alla ill RELIEF.
Wi'i Afford Instant Ease.
It cu1-'-* a'.d ?feiSBBj' Catto, Clinchs, Sore Throaty
llii.ii. Inn*. i *i i.-u iiM.ii its. IntlaninMiiliiis. I'heutiutlsin,
Beunlsls, BsaSsehe, Tamaree, Asthss*. Difficult Bt*aeh<
tit-. inlemallr lu arsltr for uti st.mii'h aid BbbsI
pal BS. Care) ths ?' rs-, i?:in in from ono tu twenty
Bl III lase
.'.ii Tenta a Bottle.
A ta from tie America" Mntisii
"Washington's Farewell
TO
HIS OFFICERS."
December I, 17*3.
A llthoKrnphte picture. In colors, lt by IS
liu-lie*, nullullie for friiiiiinir, representing
IIIBIBllll tito fumou* ?eeiu- In Friiuncca'a
Tavern. New-York lilt. Ilt-eeiuber 4. 17*?3.
I'll I ll I eil lij II. A. Ourdell, nu authority m
hi ,-lie* nf Hie Anirrtcim Kc volution, expresNlv
liir i'li?> Nett-\ (irL Tribune, ei.|ij rl?b ted, mid
ullin Ina hie univ frniu The Tribune. Por
trnlt* ure ult cn nf *Yii?blnKton, Knox, Put
?iiim. Steuben. I.itieoln. I linton. Greene, tart
td ill.-i n il I. I.umli. nnd lluiiiphreya. This plo
lure In blslorlcallt exnet, und Ihe only ono
of Ulla aeene ttlileli la ao. The roos und
Hie circumstance* ure reprcaenled Just as
tiley ss ere. and the uniform* ure correct ta
u lint lou uud u roaette. In rolla. po* tune
prepaid, by mail, 60 crutsu copi. Atliirr**
The Tribune,
.lew-York.
TRIBUNE EXTRAS.
I*?TFH\ATION tl, YACHT RACKS.?Tho story
of euell nf thc nice* nf past >eura, stell told
and profusely Hluslrutetl. _3 coats.
ART ASD ARCHITECTt RE at thc WORLD'S
FA Ht.?The only (futile In cxtatencc which
tUsciisaca thc pictures anil biiHUIutf* of tho
i'lilr. Illualntted. -.*? cent*.
VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT.?Two charmin*
nrtlelea hy ll. ti. .Northrop, thc prime mover
In Hil* stork. Nets-turk City men who want
lu help beautify their iiiitite towns la the
oouatry should rend this. B vents a copy.
TRI'STS.?Ararnmenta In their fns-or by S. OL
T. Dodd. Solicitor ot thc Murninni Oil Com*
pany, und argument ajrnlnat by T. V. I'uw.
dcrly. Uruna alaster Workman of IB* KulgUia
of Lu bur. a cen ta.
MII.I.ION'AIBI**.-A complete Hst of (ho 4.
IsYf iiilHltiiiiilrea of thu t'nlted States, and
inns they ramie their tunney. Only Hst orot
euniplleil. Vitluulile tu atudcuta, evunoinlata
nnd pruuiotera of nett- entcrprlaea. BS coate
tt copy. In Bext.'.lo c'uth, SI.
WAR STOniES?Over forty (ales of tho
Cl* tl Wnr. by (nlon Soldier*. Inspiring,thrill.
Ina Bini pathetic. Moat of thom svrittsn for
Irlbune cush prisca. _."? cents.
Illr. ISSI ES.?The heat of Roawell O. Horr'a
nrtlelea lu The Weekly Tribune oa tho Tar?
iff. 1'lnuiicc and sliter. Au cdueullun la 18*
aclf. -."? vents.
ALMAN'AC. I MOM.?Tlilril Edition, rcvlacd te
Hie Brat nf April. A really apleadld number.
First nf tbe urcnt Aliuauacs oa (he market.
MB pages. Raw ready. Kaela itbeat ths
World'* Fulr. 'io ceula a ropy.
TRIE STORIES OP TUB WAR FOR mn
INION.?A new collection t.tprll. im?i of
atnrlea tvrliieii by net uni P'rtlvlpnata.
Thrilling, pathetic end true. -3 cent, a
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