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6 THE WORLD: FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15, 1891 "
I TOO. r Street der. I $119. ilwayt. ip.rtntly i-y." ty BtrM t. 19, ItOl, ly ont of wive rout il millions reeU, the nnd rlt mplalnlnn partment he money i already at 1230 ned. Flu how the orth only tra vacant money, nd waate of horiea ratte" In mat fa, which Icatlon of I methods ta Wahle Brennan roprlatlon irses used nent, and or IISI.Wi jroprlated Brennan i per year a atablcn. I required animals, e of MO ' 1892. horse per ivaa baaed for horae st for an i the mat Flrat An roller cut 1893 from rse, which artment'a year and te care of ables, but hay, oata did make rseshoplns; . hut the i bills of Ih'Iiik paid orsesnoers zees, tlon flnal frr horsp ) horaes In re for feed s.ent year uaands of ; the two ration on ibllc what c a horse York, an been In one horse big street that the ( Depart i or have i those of laures for d to show " in the methods ie feed In it stabler: AD. ts: ar. HISill4iil 1.231 110V7J . . lot IOAD. tW ar IM.'.M'. .... 135 lit 4. 91 I 5S in. t? ar.lia2.43? .3 l.Mt IM ". RIO Ait.noAn. the ... 133,311 no 18 1117. C9 t S2 i.itnAD. 133: the ...tlM.441 l Me; R 44 . 33 All Tor the lacal ear endlnc Junt 30, 119: Celt of km fl 114 ptHmA'T tor tkt year ll'i.WM.I ' Numbr-r o( horeee In etaHee 1 S. I'nat of fae4 per hnrea pr Annum $3 C Cost of ftd per hnrea per mnnlh 7.4 TWKNTV Till Kll KTKKET 1IAII.ROAI1. lor ta fla'al v.ar .-n-H r.ie .June M, 193 '"net of fted anil ritnrfntlei for the year 3103, l a.9 Number of boraee In .telle. . 941 Coat of feed per florae prr ann'tm f 44 Coat of feed jier hnrae per month 9 14 The above QftirM "n the total cost per year and the number of horses are am lutely correct, hHvlnaT been prepnred ind sworn to by the street car companl'-i named, and fnrwnrdcd to the Htnte Rail' road t'ommleeloners, as Is required by law. A comparison of these flRiires with those of the Street-t'leanlna Orniiitment during Mr. llrennan's iidnitnlstrntl'ii . shows some remarknhle dlffcrcticcs tin in the cost of feeding horses. SIMMARV CIIST Or" FKBD Pr.ll HORII IK1; MCAIt. flerond Awrne Railroad Ii Third Avenue Hallrnad 9a On New York and Harlem Itallroad ,,, fil KlirMh Avenue hallrnad I ok 7.1 Twentv-lhlrd Street ttBllroad I'll 74 Central Cnm-Tofrn Railroad 114 9 Metropolitan I'rnee-Tnan Railroad II" . Ktreel lleanlna e n-lmrn! IR9.00 ! rnsT 11F FKED TKtt HORN PER MONTH. Serond Aen-ie tat I road IT 4 j Third Avenue Railroad . 8 01 Ne York and Harlem Railroad II Klshlh Avenue Railroad 9 0 Taenly -third Street Railroad I 14 Onlraj Cnwa-Town Railroad 9 11 Mttropoltlaii troaa-Tosn Railroad . . Lit Mreei-( 'leaning Uepnrl Mien' IAiO In asking for an apprnprlnllon of $14'L I2fi for horse feed for one ye;ir Mr. Brennan gave the number of hort.es to 1 be provided for 770. Taking this mini- . ber as a basis of calculation, the rel- I live cost of feeding that number of horyes J for one year by the different street cjir companies wouid be as follows FEED TOR 770 HORSK9 PKR ANNUM, Reennd Avenue rtallroatl 149.192 30 Third Avenue Railroad. ..... . 7I.MB.60 Sew York end Harlem Railroad 7, 9 ,J 10 I r.lah'h Avenie Railroad M 733 10 Twenty -tblrd Street llallriatl. . I4.4H.III I antral I'roeatoarn Railroad M.M4.M Metropolitan Croaatown Railroad 90.775 .10 Mlreel-I lr:nin llrpt M I III. ,...! . I The average cost of feed per hoist- per year In the stablea of the seven street car companies would be $w. i ' ir for 770 horses 180,947.90. The difference be tween this amount and Mr. Hrennan's figures shows that the Ktreet-t'leaiilnit Department waa perfectly willing to "waate" 169,577.10 In one year on horse feed alone, or 8119,lM.a) during his administration. INDIANS ON THE RAMPAGE. Young Crmv Hiirks Killing; Stock and a kIrIii May Follow. (Ity Aaanclated Treaa. I BILLINGS, MDnt., Dec. lB.-The Trows are out again. Nearly all the young men of the tribe belonging to Prior Mountiln branch, the ones who made the trouble last Spring 0.1 the newly ceded atrip, are massed at Utt head of Stillwater Creek, off the reservation, and kllllnu cattle wantonly. Agent Wyman haa refused lo make an effort to drive them In. and refers the Sheriff to the Governor for aid. Sheriff lt.1111t.ev haa telegraphed llov. Klckantx the status of affairs, but has reason to believe that the setllera will take the matter Into their own hands If they have not already done so. The locality where the ('rows are doing their chief wotk of destruction Is nhoiit forty miles from the railroad nnd sparsely settled, but the stockmen have a detachment In the field, and have de clared their Intention to take the law Into their own hands nnd protect their slock, even If they are obliged tu kill off half the Crow tribe. CADET CHALLENGES TEACHER. Duel at the Michifrnn Military Acad emy Prevented. ftlr Aaaorlated I'reaa ) ORCHAmi l.AKK, Mich., Dec. 16. It Is saltl that a duel with carbines at ten rods waa narrowly averted yester day afternoon at the Michigan Military Academy. lnatrurtor Campbell and Cadet Burrows are reported to have quarrelled on several nct-nalrnis recently, and that Campbell demnnded satisfac tion on the fleld of honor. Five o'clock yesterday afternoon was the time nnd the shores of Cass Lake the place. Twenty-live soldier! friends repaired to the lake to see the duel. Harrows showed up, Ian the Faculty heard of tho matter ami de tained Campbell. KILLED ON THE STAGE. Boene Shifter Shw'i Skull Fractured at tho Metropolitan LmJ Night. Frp'lorlrk Phi.w. twonty-plKht years old, of 211 West TWtUy-flrSt strp.-t, a Bcene shifter employed In (ho Mt"tmp..H Un Opera-Houae. died m the New York Hospital this morning from Injurlen re ceived iiui iiik the prologua of "America" At the opeta-hoiifit Alt night. The stage had tieen darkon.d In nr.ler to make a chanse In the Hccn'TV, nnd a drop CUrtAlfl fWl. Tnt lionvy pole fltrurk Shaw, who was staixlliiK In tho wlna. on ihf heal, frfti'turtnK his Hkull. The RiidlfMice knew nwhliiK "f th no ctdent further thnn pIiik th- drop fall. Fell from the Roof ami liven. Firnri nnvln. thirtv-ftve. hi If flrrnilnu nnu' from th roif of a home . One lliindrcii nriil Thtrtv.4rnnil (rrt tnrt BrotdWfty thin mnrnlrm flippf1! uri'l fell 1,, thr c'..'in'l H i- I with h i.fprf rain wound, ant ftaii lakr-n to ui Man hattan M -L''l ' Attempt to Wreck a Train. IPr Ananrlatfil I'reaa ) JACKSONVILLE FU . lire 15. Two tlM vara place1 en th trartt lo vrerk ,t Prnnan'a mi At Ian til wrtthonnd faul mall tiain, nrr Pehia ink irinB, KU., lam night. Nd damll WM done WILSai'S GAME WAS BLOCKED. Ho Did Not Raise $10,000 on Miss Merrill's Policy. Equitable Company Refiwod to brat It on li'iirnliiK tilt I'iirla. II IppMri II-.. it thr. rfaainn why Herbert Carus-Wllion did nut mum to hi-. Hancoe, Mlaa Klorenea Merrill, of Stratford, Conn., i;ii the 110,000 which in- had promlned i" n.'i fnun thr l-;ivil-table i. ifc AMuranre Company, waa that tht' company canithl "it t't IiIh little aame just in iitif ii prevent it from reaching m BUcceMful conclualon, mikh Merrill and .Mr. Carue-Wllaon were engaaed t" t" married, nn.j iiir. tory Ik lhal the latter, belni a little horl of caih, Induced thr vnunir lady ta apply for n polio "f Ineurance in the Bqultabla Company, which wai to ho HitHr'i hi n.iin an it win delivered to ,"omo pereon who would he wtlllni to make n loan t iio.min mi mihb Herrlll'i expectation! wmler thr will of her frrmvl mother, the policy tt he Kiven to the lender (if eecurlty, V. II. II.iIIiikI, Hliperlntendenf of ARen- clee of the Bqultable, phM thin morn Iiik that MIsh Morrill him mn'le the np- pllcatlon in tiue form, bad paaaed eat lefactory examination m the Brldaeport agency, anil wouhi probably have oh tnlneil tin policy, which Waa for tw.oon, hntl It not been illscoverctl that II whr her Intention to niirn ii Immediately In Order to lecure the loan, which, re port aayi, wan Intended for the benefit of Mr. Carue-Wileon. li . not true," saM Mr. Ballard, "that the Equitable Company had nureed to loan tin- iiu.maio on MliM Merrllrl ex pectation under her Krandraother'i win. "When ihc Company dlacoveied the real Intention! of the parties, it hi once refuaed to deliver the policy or have aitvihiiiK more to io with the matter, That In the p., hill. m of affalra at prea i nt." According to deapatchee from Bridge port tin- engagement of Mr. Carua-wll Hon iiml Mlsa Merrill lian been the talk of poclcty for the paat month. The parenln of the young Inily, who nre wealthy, were very much oppoaed to the mulch, ami trleil to pcrauaile her lo break It off. Now it in aaii that ehe han repented, nml acknowledged that ehe a deceived in htm. aici lhai the engagement haa been broken off Mr. Carui Wllaon left Slratforrl, Conn . laai Saturday, in order to come to New York lo carry out bla i elc me lo necure the ti'uiin loan, after a atormy Interview with the young h.ilv'a parenta. II la s,ii thin he hail ih him the win of tin. grandmother, anil promlied to pt back Honie lime thli week. Ven teniH.v bo telegraphed thai be could not go, nml mii-i Merrill ih afraid ahe won't a.1., blni ai:aln. lie ia m preaenl living in a boarding houae al IS Weal Thirty-fourth aireot, where be ban a back liiill-beiliooin, and la II viliR ver mod, i ll'. lie wan Keen laal evening, and denied Hint lie ever promlied lo produce 810,000 mid laid lh.it wlib hla fainlly and aoclai connection! be could ralae 8100,000 ill any lime, lie claimed tb.it be was recog nlaod by tin' Pour Hundred, and laid that lili father waa ii wealthy land owner of Westmoreland, Ungland, ami that Ida eitate was known us I'uhterilun Mall It la Uld that Mlaa MciiIII'k parenla have placed the in, titer In Hie lunula of the Bneiift of Bridgeport, and that he will look up Mr. t 'urus-WHson. MRS. WITZELL FOUND. Committed tu Belleroe Ineane I'nviu ion an Mra, Qroaa, Mia Wtlhelmlne Wltiell, aged fifty yeara, of 820 Beat Ninth alreet, who bad been mlaalng from ber home alnce last Tueaday, iu to-day Identified by her hushand, V llllnm Wltsell, In the Inaane pavilion at Bellevue Hoinltal. she had been found wandering almleealy in Cen tral Park yeeterday, and was taken to the Baeex Market Court, where ibe nave hi r name . Wllhclmlna Qroaa, or OSO RftBl Ninth Btreet, She was committed I lamination as to her sanity. Approprato In.c-lpt'on. iKniin I'u. k, l roaler-We nre Kolrin to give Dr. Dry ly a bound volume of his own sermons, and we want a suitable Inscription for the cover. Wh.it would you suggest? Brlghtlelgh "He glveth tilt beloved Bleep. PRO BONO PUBLICO. Ut I tout III III- Hros.' Clever Stroke During tin- l.nii- Btrlngency. The nre.it bargain Bale now Rolng on at l.e Boutllller Brothers', the big four teenth itreel dry-goods firm, i" attract ing enormoua crowds of h UJay shoppers dally, 'nils tii-m during the gn h depres-t-ii hi the money market bought out at h.K reduction the entire stock of a num ber of other houses, and are now placliiK It on the market at ridiculously low figures. Their sale of ellk dress patterns at the present price is wonderful. They can be procured from 88.08 up. The firm t is. has ,i large slock of antique Turkish runs at $fi ri They are offering hand some, light-fitting, umbrella skirt fur ls I coal for J'.' 88. (Iieat bargains In capes, hosiery, linen. gentlemen's furnishing goods, umbrellas, cane-, lamps, bed clothing and novelties ire also to be seen, " WAS IT SUICIDE OR ACCIDEHT? Rev. Vernon M. Olyphant'B Family Insist on the Latter Theory. In Poor Health and Drnponlnt, He Ir sh.ii Drml fn HI Study. A imall plMfl Of black rrnpf, haniflnK from tht door-bell of the rildencp, W) .M ud I no n Hvenup, v.sn th only Indication to tho outHldf World tnat Hev. Ver non MutTAy olyphHnt, son of the mlll tonalr Prttldtnt of the Delaware Uld Hudfton Canal Company, had committed Ulcldfl or accidentally ahot hlfltStlf lhrp yctt rdny afternoon. The membpra of the young Rlftfl'l family lmttst that the dlichtrflng of his rifle was an accident. All the circumMtftncPH, however, the Very nature of the wound and the fact that the rifle had been taken from Its rcHttiiK place nnd loaded, point to the lat ter theory. This Ih alno believed by the frlenda of the dead mun, but out of ym pathy for his family they feign to be lieve the other story. Rev. Vernon Murray Olyphant had everything to be desired except health, and his many ailments had made life miserable for a long time. Although or dained as a Presbyterian clergyman, he was not n pHStor nnd had no voice In the Presbytery. He was a licentiate noth ing more. Ir, W.ittfl, to whom the family re ferred reporters for information last nlgl-t. evidently thinks he has snld enough, as he could not be seen at his residence, 47 West Thlrty-axth street, this morning. He sent out a servant t. tell an "Evening World" reporter that li.- had been called away tarty In the morning and did not know what tlm11 he WOUld be back. Every member of the family seemed to be In tears when the reporter called at the house, and the servants' eyes were very red. "There Ih nothing more for me to ay." his brother said to the reporter. "We are nil prostrated and have not been able even to think of anything. We hive not made any arrangements for the funeral. We may do so during the day. oh! this Is shocking, shocking," and, w eplng again, he withdrew. C0RTRIGHT WILL RECOVER. Tried the (ins Method of Suicide In the tetty House, Yonkers. Willis E. Cortrlght, who attempted suicide by Inhaling Illuminating gas In his room at the Getty House, Yonkers, will probably recover. Cortrlght, who is nineteen years old. is the son of Theodore Cortrlght, a Yon kers Jeweller. (Inability to get work Is the reason assigned for the young man's rash act by his friends. Cortrlght engaged a room In the hotel yesterday forenoon. and Immediately prepared for death. He rolled n sofa BCrOH the room under a gas jet. and attaching a rubber hose to the burner placed the end In his mouth and turned on tht gas The smelt nf the escaping gas attracted the attention M the hotel people, nnd Cortrlght was found on the sofa uncon scious. It took four hours' work by the doctors to revive him by means of arti ficial respiration. SHE COULDN'T FIND WORK. So Sarah Kvhiir Took a Dose of Paris Or eon , Sarah Evans, a domestic, eighteen 'years old, presented a pitiful picture of woe and wretchedness In the Yorkvllle police Court this morning, when she was arraigned for attempted suicide at her home, ttl West Eorty-fourth street, yesterday afternoon. Her face was nf a deathly pallor, and In her weakened con dition, from the dose of Paris green she swallowed, she supported herself with difficulty against the railing In front of the .Judge's desk. mltceman ( In Ivln. of the West Forty -seventh street station, told of the unfortunate young woman's refusal to go to Rooit velt Hospital yesterday, and Justice. EUirkt, nothing her debilitated condition, directed the otllcer to formulate a com plaint, and take his prisoner to the hos pital for treatment. The girl said she hud worked as a ser vant, but had been unable to secure em ployment f(ir the last six months. She went to live with her sister, Mr. ltrooks, of BS3 West Forty-fourth street, and in a lit of despondency took the Paris green with Intent to end her misery. HYSTERIA AND NOT POISON. Hospital Doctors So Diagnose Mrs (iiMpinan's Ailment. A good deal of mystery surrounds the case of Mrs. Minnie Chapman, who Is a prisoner at BtlltVUt Hospital, til from the effects, it Is thought, of poison self- admlntttered. A despatch was received by the Hos pital Warden this morning from her husband, W. It. Chapman, of Quebec, Inquiring about her condition and ask ing that an answer he sent him so as to reach him at Plattsh.Vg, N. Y , as he was on his way l this city. An examination had been made by Dr I.azear at the hospital as the result of which tht Warden sent the following despatch to the husband: Nt IVldtRft of pi'lofinlTiK. CnivlltliM. ROrtil. Thlt WM very strange, in view of the fact that Mrs. Chapman last night ad mitted to Dpi R. Irving Wilmarth. who wan nummoned from the Hotel Devon shire, thst she had taken poison. Mra. Chapman was taken from the Grand Pnlon Hotel to Bellevue In an ambulance last night. She had ben heard groaning In her room In the hotel, and on the door being forced she was found tn an unconscious condition. Mr. Fitch, of the Grand t'nlon Hotel, would say nothing about the matter, except that the Chupmans were highly respectable people. SUICIDE AFTErTM0NTE CARLO. I ni in-Uy Parisian Stock Broker lumps from n Train. ny Aitoctatctl Prn.) NICE, DM, IB. A Parisian stock-broker ramed Ho rlgues, who had lost heavily at the Monte Carlo gambling tables, threw himself from a trnln near Villa franoht railroad station yesterday, and naj killed. His coipnnbm. a well-dressed man, was utterly unconcerned at Horrfgues's death, and Insisted upon entering the very train from which his associate had Jrst been killed, and left a false, ad dress behind him. MANUEL'S CHARITABLE GAME. Worked Mrs. VIIInrda Customers for Donations t'nder Her Nome. Horace Manuel, r Cuban, thirty years old, was arraigned in Yorkvllle police Court to-day for obtaining money under false pretenses on complaint of Mrs. Mary H. Wlllard, who under the name of K. Teachman, conducts a delicatessen store at IB Wept Forty-second street. Mrs. Willard befriended Manuel some time ago when he visited her with a harrowing story of the starving condi tion of his wife nnd children. Yesterday Manuel agnln called on Mrs. Wlllard and she engaged him to collect empty Jars from her customers. He started out at 8.30 o'clock nnd did not retutf. unt'l 4 In the afternoon. In the meantime Mrs. Willard received a note from one of her customers telling her of a man who had called to collect Jars and at the same time sollcttng sub scriptions tn Mrs. Willnrd'fl behalf for the Home of the Friendless Children. The customer gave the man II, and In her letter Inclosed ." more, explaining that she did not wish to trust the Jar collector with that amount. When Manuel returned Mrs. Wlllard had a policemen waiting for him, and he was locked up In the (rand Central Depot station. Justice Hurke Inquired if the weadthy customer who paid .Manuel the dollar would appear against him, and on being answered in the negative, ordered a com plaint of vagrancy against the prisoner. lie pleaded guilty tn that, and 'as sen tence.! to thrr months n the Island. Manuel had $9 In his possessltn which he Insisted he had collected on his own responsibility. He said he had a wife nnd two children at 77 Kent avenue, rtiooklyn, who were to be dispossessed to-day for non-payment of rent, Mrs. Willard will Investigate this etory. SWINBURNE AGENTS SUED. Action lloEiiu In Toprka to Recover :2o,ooo In linik Rentals. (Br Aaaorlatad Frcaa.) TOPKKA, Kan.. Dec. 15.-Hrnry W. Johnson, of New York, attorney for the heirs of Dr Swlnhurne, for whom Swinburne Inland, In New York Bay, Is named, has brought suit against Quint in & Qulnlon, agents for the heirs, for IW, 000 allsaed to be due on the back rental of thirteen seres on the Swinburne ranch, near Tapeka. (Julntnn & Cjuln ton have filed counter suits for the same amount, claiming It as commission for getting a customer for the purchase of the ranch. Depositions are to be taken In New York to-morrow, and the case will prob ably go to the I'nlted States courts. ACCUSES A TEACHER. Sarah Workman Says Miss Van Ness Struck Her. Davis Vrockmnn, an unemployed tailor, living at 1.88 Kldrldge street, with hts ten-year-old daughter. Sarah, went to Police Headquarters this morning and I asked that Miss Van Nens, a teacher In the Grammar School at Houston anil i Norfolk streets, be arretted. Sarah's left eye was cut and hlack- ened. She said that last Tuesday, while In school, she overturned a bottle of Ink. I Miss. Van NeH struck her, the child ' alleged, and lo dodging another blow i Sarah jammed her face agalnn the cor , ner of a desk. Vrockmnn was told to m ike a com plaint to the Hoard of Education. WILLIAMS MAY BE INDICTED. The Alleged Kujrllah Swindler's Case ltd ore the l.ruinl Jury. The papers in the case of Robert Will lams, alias Davey, Of London England, who, with lawyer H. 8. Flnley, of M Broad street, Is charged with conspiracy l to victimise a man named Oroom, were presented to the Grand Jury for consid eration to-day. i Oroom alleges that Williams, or Davey, sold him land In the West to which the defendants hnve no legal title. It is said that William Is known as a swindler In England, under the name of Robert WiltlaniB Davey. Lockport . c t s the Odd Fellowt' Home. (By Anoclatcal Preaai i LOCKPORT, N. Y. nr. 15 A priat to- ' ; '' !' frnm lyrtOUM brlnita lh n1- that Lotfc' port haa won tn tir tight fur tht lit of tta Ode' reMont' Eutr Horn RlERMAHHDDElBfflG&a Wre from $.1.00 to $4.W st wholesals; All f o before Christmas At$ngo CtmM X and j) 5UOIASHABERBASHER5 AlHWtoOteHOlJSB:mAI s All w w ()f JIO&JEX ) weivn W $3-45 100 VELVET AND IMPORTED MATELASSK SATIN TRIMMED Smoking Jackets, Dry Goods Hoase prices. $10.80 to $15.50; Our price till Christmas, $795 Overcoats, Ulsters, Dressing Gowns, Bath Robes, Full Dress Suits, &c.v At less than half rearalar retailers' bargain price!'. Both Stores open evenings nntll 9 o'clock. RiermauHddilbebg&iq. Old Herald Building, HHOAnWAT AND AXlf HT., 1197 Broadway, JVBT BELOW JOIh ST. BUAYNE'Heshlblt received highest awsrdi for tine iurasl World' a I'olumblsu Exposition. WATER CAUSED THIS ALARM. Bursting; of a Water I'lpo Turned on an Automatic Sprinkler. II was reported at Police Headquarters at 1.30 o'clock this morning that water was flowing through the building 171 and 175 Qrand street at 11.55 o'clock last night. A water-pipe connected with on of the automatic Are sprinklers on one of the lower floors of the building burst. The water In it hsil frosen. Goods in ' the store were slightly damaged, owned by the following firms: McKee & Harrington, babv carriages: r. H. Klein, cutlery ; Pat.see I .mun Company, nnd Blum & Baker, silver plsters. The water was turned off by the police. The bursting of the sprinkler pipe caused a lire nlarm to be sounded. FATHER BRENNAN DEAD. Pastor of the Holy Innocents Church anil Well-Known Author. Rev. Richard Brennan. pastor of the Roman Catholic Church of the Holy In nocents, at Thirty-seventh street nnd Broadway, died early this morning from a paralytic stroke. He was one of the oldest priests In the New York Diocese. About a year ago he made a visit to California hoping to benefit his Impaired health. On his return he took up the work of the parish again, but the strain was too much for him and he failed fradually until last night, when he suf ered a stroke of paralysis, which ended In death a few hours later. He was the author of a number of Catholic books. Two Small Fires. A lamp .xplodMl at 4.30 o", lock ihla morning In Joan Samiil.naM'a tailor thop on the a.ronil floor of tba trnoment :' Kaat Slxttcntb atraet. The nre ahlih fnlloaeil did 1500 damage. Al five o'cloi-k a nre alerted from eome unknown rait.a In Adolph broekr A o a tanner, :20 Kaat Fifty-Aral street. The damage la about $1,000. RECEIVER'S SALE. BY ORDER OF SUPREHE COURT. THE ENTIRE STOCK OF VOQEL BROS, BROADWAY & 3 1ST ST., CONSISTING OP Fine Winter Clothing, , SUITS AND OVERCOATS for Men and Boys, especially manufactured for this Season's trade. Also, I iirnisiiinc doods, suitable for Holiday Presents, Hats, Boots, Shoes, Umbrellas and Canes. The prices at the recent sale having been greatly reduced, these goods must be sold. OPEN EVENING8. LEO SCHLESINGER, Receiver. DON'T FORGET IT! CREDIT WITHOUT 8ECURITY ON CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. READY-MADE OR TO ORDER. ladies'Tackets, SUITS, WRAPS. CLOAKS, c, ON CREDIT. BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL. PROGRESSIVE -CREDIT CLOTHING CO., 112 WEST 14TH ST. open daily nil 8 F, M HoHay I UIoiOot till 10 F. M PATENT COMBINED WATER-PROOF Overshoe and Legging FOR MEN. Feather Weight. NO MORE MUDDY TROUSERS. Just the Thing for Slushy Weather. R NATHAN 219-221 6TH AVE., BET. I4TH at, IBTH 8TS. ESTABLISHED 1807. GOWPERTHWAIT. Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Stoves, Pictures. Everything for Housekeeping. 193 to 205 PARK ROW, N. Y., BETWEEN CITY HULL & CHATHAM SQUARE A- I.IIV4J CREDIT an raa h uoa l.llllll 4.4XUIS iet !. l-iCII'IX 4 without i'n:m:nT . iluerg. Weekly or Monthly payments. Reasonable entennlona of tlaae, B. M. GOWPERTHWAIT I GO. Board Wanted. KOOM with hrriikla-!. by nvntlemiin, no.jrhbor- hooti B4th "I. ; MulPtorm-s , o, , 144 world ofllr. HAWK'S fur atort, 4'Jil nt., near Hmnrtway. Open loOo' cluck cviry even.!..; tint 11 Chrlntnias. I'ncle 8am Winn In a l.aiul Suit. (Iljr AMoclated Press) TUCSON. AM.. Dec. IS. In the fsmoui Noetic ds Kllss ltadffTUt fcp. lAYOlrlBf 32.000 acres. the I'ourt nf Prlrati Land Claims haa decided that claimants bavs no ni of anion aftftinat the ; I'nlted I for iny land:. 1) lnu north o( i he i Utilcaa boundary llns. 1 1 i-S-T BlJni A L-rYOUR3ELF!B m Aak your DniRgiat (or a B mWmWn ,ot"n I'lK a. Thponly MtGm lion jxilronnu remedy for all faal aPV tho unnatural dlarharRea and H fcgWprlvfiUMliarHfrs of mrn anil the) K ilrbilitatinr wrakr.ru perullaC HraS to v.omrn. It cure! In a fni BtkftBdaya w I tho 'It the aid of MlTafJfB piibllrlti of j. doctor. M S Tkt 1'mrrrmt American Cun. K I, J annnnH fl LThr. Ev.ihj Chsmiul Co.HBaW "HHL CINCINNATI, O. gk aB annnaw U ' atfr B t fcaaaaaaaaaaO0 II 1 L 1 . 1 Christmas Presents on Credit all A .-TTfc. 'TfIII-:S.IHA.IO,NUH yi 1 Wm N" JBWELRY AT u) I diSaa)) t n k i.oivKHT lm 4 AHll pricbm W ON 4'ltr.llr. jB MhL Thc Globe Ia9M H Pu'ltMrtWorldi H aaV n""',l"' Tloom 1(4 Wp&vtomhSi9&9jjlrJf& Kverv aale nunran VLBffifljIBnV tr"rt. llu.tnc.H slrlct v aflr contldentlal. mjtr BROOK L YN OFFICE r t3Q ler st THIE MTANDAKD Mi;iH Al, WIMtli FPU KVERV MA.M, ONLY I - I JT. II. PARKEK. .11. D.. No. 4 Ilulnnrh 1 lJ Nl., Ilnston. 1n-i., the nini riHinenl aprrlnlUC In Anu-rirn, tMianllaJied in iwilO. chieT ronnultlna phralrlnn oi tha Pfmbo'.Y lnllriil Inntllutr, tn whom uaf awanled the aroltl wednl bt rtte mlnr-nl .Mnlh-.il Vnnorial lou fur tlm I'im.k 1ky j on I EskMned Vltnlitr, Atrnphv, Nrrvona nit'l I'livairnl Orhl.irv. and all )Urnfi nnl U rnknrit of Man, i't'HKH the wiuna, tht) , mifUUr-ftynt nnd ora. Coimultntlon In prraon nt H J by letter. PniHpectu.. with ustlmonlah, FIT.KK. l.arui' book, The Hcfrnre at .ll: or srf- I'n'irrMiiion. tbn prir- obmv. ;iTO pp. . 12& Hi Invaliiahlc prevrlpi.nn for acut anff chronlo H dlHcusra, full t,'ilr4.niv 91. Ou. double Mftlad Ir. Pivrker'". worka are the bent, on thpftublecta treatpd.evorpuhilnbpd.andbf.voan ennrmounMalvi 9 throughout thin country and Rutland. Read thatn ML now, and leiirn to bo airnna. vlanr un and I snan It. Ural Thywrir. Medltal Review. WW RUPTURE CUBED. I Thp imprnvod etadir triin4 the only truss in IP eXUtenos thai It worn with armnlut? comfort nlffht II and day, a- It retain the rupture under the harrl II vl txarciw or Bevert'Ht strain, nnd will effect a II (prmatieni and iMOdy cure without reifard to the IB tmv o( lhe patient; examination free. Ijidy la IS tteudance for Indie. Kmtd for pamphlet. 1-f IMPHOVBD ELASTIC TRUSS Y)., K22and H'2-4 Uromlway. corner l'Jtli St. , New York. t For Sale. A J nfl nniAJU I.W weekly buys gold flllam VI IWN wateh.rtellverodlmmndlata- ; 0 I.UU UUfllli l.v. J. Arnold, llMalden lan AT oxt'K Must Mdl my hi nut nre: chance for Home one J beautiful parlor nult, .MA. 00; rout S J times that; -n-- chalrM, couches, fine oil paint- t Inirs, norticres, reuliuce curtains, mahOfvany nnd oak nodrrom Hnltn. table., several carpets. A xmlnMer and Wilton, mamlve hand-carved . buffet, dlnlnc furniture, flue velvet carpet, S J sell eparately; usel 4 months. 48 West '..7th si. DtAHOKM, VVAtobtt, Jewelry. U weekly at ton writ and reprcfientatlve will call wftb samples; mm inihiiiini prices; EtiarAiitea goods. j i iilii-,i ul'Ii Watch Co., 'alUO Rniadway, 1 I.KAIUNd PIANO manufacturer wTll sell lOti npnuiii p'amoh. iiMiuiy prices; easy teruie. Howell, box ..'4iS World, uptowu. Business Opportunities. DIAMOND. wntch(Ht, Jewelry, on e.t'sy lertui; . repwsenta'lve will call with samples. J JOHONWOT HRQi-.. fll alatdnlanvr ,, SIT,KNT PARTNER WANTKn. uSk otjuKu man, who will furnish me (000 for oue year to ora-n store miction dry icodN); will repay $V2.:Q weeklv lor U Hwk.s, maklnif total of S8AO. mak lun net j. imIh oi (1jV; will furnish as security paid-up life insurance. In N. Y. Life for douhfr amount. Adilrcss, enpolntlng lutervlew, Bl'Sf NKss, i. o. box 1,700 N. Y. " Furnished Rooms to Let. HOTEL Btid reitfttinuit ; ro4)tns,f2a week ; ESS9 nnd room, tf u w eck. I it-;, :,i ave. I a isroTEixEiTrrE: frank i. Stockton TWO EXTRAORDINARY ROMANCES OF REAL LIFE! j ST1 HOW IT FEELS TO BE A GHOST. I CRUELLY TORN FROM HER LOVER. rpT IW Strange Adventures of a New York Man Whose A Prisoner in Her Room for 32 Years, the Poor IN " Friends All Believed Him Girl, Now Broken-Hearted nnd Hopeless, i2 to Be Dead. Still Mourns for Her Sweetheart. Sik 1; 5 A PRETTY G,RL AS AN USHER- siri I ir D I T Q PRESIDENT HAYES S OLD HOME. L I i ne f Tlw WorId's doling Women II Some J . L L ? 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