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THE WORLD. FRIDAY EVENING. DECEMBER29J893. J
all over i riffle. ijft ' Biyonne Citizens Greatly Excited II Jul About This Horse Shake. Ij Hit ONK MAN WAS ARRESTED ANDI THE I J l ANIMAL CAN'T BB PdliU ill 'if A SMOOTH MAN THREW KOWTC-TWO. t ; ft j,9' ,trn Johnson, of nonno Clty.fN. J. 'I '" IkIi famed a horse last Paturdsv. He I not 'l ; ij.M' related to Davy Johnwm, th.' bookmaker, t 'i fj if tut la the ropresentii'lve hoTae.nan (I l8;5 He owned a string f lior--. Which Hflfll " ne ran nt CluttenlmrB and OloUoestori Hj $,$; among them lieim l'lunileiii tra- Baden- Mjj jjj r Baden colt, Prlsellla ami Alarm B. The I IliJ -$' latter animal Ims mused all ihe trouble, rilC J which haa become a Batter of Interest lloi to Bayonne pollilrlnns. poltrjjien anil lala'uF1' eports. Even the rhiWreii arf familiar Ifltwiaa? wl,n the far,'1 which -an- as follow: mIjTSiL' Johnson, on Saturday list, ottered ImIcI Alarm It tj the Kicky winner nf n raftl" nB' "lve hundred tickets with printed un Hlli' placed on Bale for tl apt Over 100 S were dispose.) of. and the balance were LI IF 'aP chanced by the holders In the In-I Idf Jii'.eW. tereat of Owner Johnson. A call of the ill'li' dice waa to determine (he fata ( the I !fldj Uuttenburg na. ... Bllliii. The affair took pluce In Juliu amdl Hi'li8' aaloon. No. 21) Weat Twenty-fourth IIli??B otreet. From P. M. Hutur.ln. until l-SlP4 late at night, some four hundred per- FSIiI' aona tried their luck, and In the Iws'X Mi' oma" hours it a found that f"ur men: nl t were tied. The fortunate one were -I UlitT'jJr1 Councilman Nlcholai l!arn l. .lamoa I Hlffiia!' Jennings, Thome Knury, who repre- i'lijk'fi aented Police uiUcmi a. M. Andera I Hltfla' and a BtranKer, snlil to ! from Newark. I llffl'tta1 The little room wiis packed and the ex-I B?5J3r' cltement Intense ,ih al n huraa race I Ell l aft when the "throw oft" was begun. Sift' The stronger, a lean-faced chap wlth Hfelrj' a complacent smile and keen black eyea, B P St1 led off. Each had three throws In which' UBiS m to decide the reBuit. The stranger's Eelif 9- Irat threw leiiilted In the figure 11 I lijf lit ; Again he threw, and the three diet ISIu athountfd to another 11. Padu) i ijm'i'; Gallagher, of Kast Twenty-Aral Btreet, liSlT?T? the referee, muttered a blue word ! all" '-' neath Ids breuih. and slow I dripped the Efti'? S dice In the bog for the itranger last, .' throw. r'i''S With a carHs air the emnntli- Sl ) faced chap rolled out the dice. Another R ' ' 'j 14 was turned up. making a lotal of 4J. I; Sftl ', Then followed Jennlnga. He made a ' total of 32 and was "not In It." Bl-1 ' Then Tom Kniei y tried p Win for Ids i ' I 9 friend. Officer Anderson. On the second ' I throw he had scored 1; there being only r a poaslble IH more, he quit, It i.. .m- an 1 linpoaalWIlit- for him to eipinl the lilxli 9 S mm. 1-aM cam a man name 1 llerui.in, B I .m threw for ex-counillmah Carroll. fii'i i Japtitlarlr known tn 'IflU k." HI three jjjf tHe resulted In a total of i The 8i 4 scranger wa declared the winner. He 1 J) Irvited the crowd 10 drink, and III did. R I 8 . J A brolher-ln-hiw of Herman lelc B?) I r"-ioned t'arroll, who was In Brooklyn Jf. a' thi time, that he had won. And Ih n IIV'.J. the trouble began. I'arrolt took the lLf ?; '-f Rrlmal out of Jonnaon'a atable Tuesday, Ejf'i ; whlle the latter was away from home. 3t "J J; then developed ih.it the stranger was I Mij -.' "..-jHr Kaye, n hotel-owner, ol Rllga-B-i ' jiV .I be.nport. who had thrown the dice on (Hi " ;. ticket which belonged to the oiIkiiiuI I tn J o'rer of the horse. Johnson having Jb ' 2 ' b' i."1. unable to dispose of It. Bfrli'sj, Carroll was urrestel vtvdnesday for f L raid larceny em' taken before Recorder crnelly. The testimony of several wlt- ftf.se, V'i j -ej was heara, hot the learned Judge bjrsfj j 1 '' .-. f.or-l buaslcC and Carroll was re. if,.' " i j Iftroo on hU ow. (eocgnigBQCa to iiwnli " tr rctioh of the f-find.Iury t. -morrow. r ." i nnon ycs.en'n. aecureil a wrll or m, i , i 8 r";,;'!.". in the hope o. b'IIIiix the dl- Hk ft s J j- ,f( -rlre hack to Its Stable hom-' A 8 i? " liherlif searched :l ,'h the gt g If .s - - nerm wvm i m uhuhhihihi .... 1 Jr ': e-.' without succe:i. The horc has dls- f ;fl 4v F- i- '.nl. It wus reporiej In Bayonne I i'' Ia ! ' night that the ex-Councilman re- f - '.H.ed the rlirht of .lohnson lo throw ' prcay. It was also. paid Carroll had fj i , - i " tr.ti a friend that he had sold the hcasi iS T . c t" a man on H:uten Island yesterday. Si if, 1 A. together. Bayonne wants to know .' ' y whe ha the horse an J if It Is his. ALMANAC FOR TO-DAY. Sua r!e . ..: :i Sun seti .. i K lloaa rlt. 11.01 llliai WATBR Tu Iiai. am. r w Bio'lr H'Kik. HIT ILtl lim-.ro ,r lnlun.1 1! ' '" HMI Oats -. : i- U)W WATBR TO-DAY Siry Hook f " I . liorrninr Itlin.l T II T t- Htll Otu I II To find Eaitpna tjundirj Time, sebtnct lour SMautea. I'OIIT OF SIKW YtMlK. "f ? , ;. 0CTOOIX0 FTEMF.r.S li . y J SAILED TO-DAY. I' I ',' Wyipf. P'rto lllcn. Sfi:l ?3F ' -.LwkemBMl. Mrripvl.tro. 8 i " A ' "' ',:i",a. nnli. g 5 ?v Iroi e.lp UaarleKos $ ' HI Elo Oraasi Brnsswlts. ." '' X To ITAIL TO-MORROW. si 'J '$ Matla eloac Vtawlt salt V ' La llrfln llre I -' M in 00 K M. v S! V'a'TiK. Llicrisml i .o A- M 11 00 A. M -. W-r. Ocaoa m. M In " U nr.i ll.xr. i I " I'. M LU P, M ... laraiaaa, H.an 11 uu .',. M. I I'. M 'j' Mr-ri'tba. Lcntlon 1 Bl on lrnmli:-- . . . T W M l1 A. '1 Tiirklrt PrlOCO, lnmil.a 1 " M IMP. M l rfoie Piisef lirpnada 1100 M 'J '' P M I Altsa KlBSUos 10 00 A M. I! ' U ', Kl Norte Raw nrlnnn lr M i ,f iLut.. Btraasali 8.00P M N. ts. ualvoston 1.00 P M LouiMina. New OrUaBO. 1.00 f M INCOMINO ITBAMBRg DVB TO-DAY. 0Pn'lm LlabOB Sol M l'aiia Qlbniltar De I H-rmann. Hntrsrp Dfe a, La ntian kloaar h Loa4oa flee 9. Aiaeri'-a. l'-.-in. n ) 14. nana. Havre liec IS ne.nlan'l Antsorp Iter. 10. - Ulna llr.-Tlen Ut 19 Virginian. Llvtrpcol Doc 10. jP Pwiiaa. fllaaso laa 11 Chi mho Cltr. hsup-ra !r 14. O"noil. I.lwr;. , 1 1 . JO G hU'tair Aasttroon I. 1-1. Darrl-.'a'lt. Iliamen Dti 11 II E TO-MORROW Kaw York, bouibampton Doc IS Cohent.la. Oraoa !- " Veil-Ila. ( h-lf'ian inl In- IS NIt. ira. Nassau 1 a N Vomlam. Uottrrdam K l P. .'dlan.l Holtfnl.oii I II Mtuial s: K.tt Dm S3 Atnall. Hamburg IX.-. II A TIRED WOMA.V. lust as much u sick and ailing -. !3 onu, needs DoOtor , Vjf J I'ioiw's FovoriU "N-iv T'rebcrlptlon. , ?S. Tunt builds up, " a vv atrcngtaiom,, and j " V invigorates the 4 l V . Vv cntir female ays- j ST- ' "ffW 'V? tUln- '' rol",ul!es I l;;' T " a,,d promotes all I'jl X.Xov the proper func- yl lioni c,f woman. 'I iJ hotKl, I mpro ves llj?et ion, enriches t the blrod, diopeh) eches gnu ncinn. melan- ciioly and nervousucriB, hnuo refreshing jflkk sleep, snd rtstoros health and strcugtb. HL Its made especially for woman's needs, BHB and the only ryuiirunfeed remedy for IhHl woman's weaknesses and ailment , In PBBml all " female complaints " and irregulari- f$E2jf?M tiea, if It ever fails to benefit or run, iSS ' 'ou T your mOnee back. pb mA. A great many modiclncn "relleTe" Ca- MHHH torrb in tho Head. TLat means it's driven from the heogl Into the throat and lungs. But, by its sjajd. soothing, cleansing apd taaaling promrties. Dr. Bage'a t'atarrti aVUsaady pM.o. tly toid oejinsiiutlf cursfc yKE .' .' 1 BBKBIb : ' .rs MINNIE WAS A TRAMP Missing New Uochelle Girl Home from New York Half Deal HE WANTKli Hi BK A "8ALE8LA0Y," ASfl HAD A Tdllill TIlfR K01NI) INSKNSIBI.E IN AN AM.ET. Minnie Keieloh I hi llfl Ml veiirold daiigh- I tei ol Wlllniia l! Itluh, pl.no iii.miiliu Hirer ol Is,.. :iii Beeehwonil avenue, New Rochelle, j Who dlappTared from li r iwreiiN' leio-e Nov III, ;i laken homo laic Mindny night hy her mother 1 itmde. Wic lino alneelanii .qtillelll. ihe n-uli ol exposure and was not i nhle imili last niiflit in tell her story. i li seemed that the girl la-came pissjssstd ol s ' wild ilcflre lo eliril her i.wn living ml I ep)Wla11y Igfstuatetl With Uxllfo of a "ale 1 !" iii Si-n York.tHie inn'le ncveral elandes line trips toihe tit y In reareh ol s place tin! flnkll) on vov in. thile ranvawlng the I frlnre. , iu.14 nero"s the loe Home lor I iMtliute fiirl. No -'i Ksst Kleventh I 'ireot There lle us taken In. glv- lug Hi inline of lii'ir.i stunlet Slid tnugbl houacwork, lio remalnosl a month. land last Krldaj -Uriel out lo liaik lor work. I ttrion npp.t inM lo -tor. -. .she walked idbhj uoie-. and ut night, hav- sh' t jll.. -l la.int ami-, anu ui n am, on. Ine; las-n no-iie, . .-tin sought the liotlsetil a Irleml nt hei family nil One Hitiidrad and rifts seventh street. There no one i I ie -o -la- layilown on I ha sloop lo sleep A eld rum i-biuc up. drenching Ihe wulf. and he ticcsi".- very liutirry, no: having ralrn ui.tii.iini simf sh. hft ihe i o'ue. Al day IirLi sIii tarled iNil nvalll. detennliied to get a phu e, mo aoer tnniiiiiiii' maily all das wtthmit haul, ami chillis! ahno-i In litotes, alle was lold at the tr cassia time ol l.vousili I liula.l. ' 'Jtai. Mill I llvenO'V III collie Mm .his aiid imtn ivnrk ns a nileaglrl. rliensbr -mil i lr the Immc of her grand- pari ol-, ..a 'Mil- Hun. lied unit sll.l-t'i ,ii,ii pjid ' ourin avenue, icschi'ii' tin ic al H 1'. M. she Was fearful in I OW -lie WtlUllI li" reeelvi d. Hlld dectdlsluol to nk meeting her grandparent. Kiisha wrote a letter lo let mollier and one lo her grand mother, wrapped them In n handkerchief, put iliein hi the iliairwiiy, kmarked at4he disir and inn asm. -In walked a good While In get iraim amt then tried hi gel Into her grand' lutliei n o;un. hut u was liK'beil, I Then I walked auiihi a .ait 11 I u- nwiiil tlnsi," uk ihe child In telling heritor lal Ulght. "nial could walk no i, lore. I atoppoil behind Uiu hnru anil sat on a stanta to rest I must ii.ia' fallen Into a dine, torlntxl found ' l.iv-eh ill jrralidlalhel' hou-e Hlld several pen pie In ing to revive lae. " When lie child knts ked at the f-rand im rents' ,'isir tins old grandfather hoard the klHa-k, hue as II Wa iiim-.tinl foranv olio to knock h. itiiiliio ulleiill ui to II. out rein, in i.ril Ihe circumstance, ami lold his wifeol It I svlieu she c.wne In Islar. The wife want to the I.-. i mid liOm.l the handkerchief and Idlers. 'I lie letter In ihe mother read " l':ir Miiimia: I hii: .ill hrokcu up. for I I hate not paeaed a uieeui uiirht since I left Rome1 Rverj time my brain niuruuirs my In art is idlllict Itiokell. I.isl blOSS lllOSS Ml home, and urn. mid kecpyou. Itlve tlii one utile preM'til i naa nini: ihe hanilkerehlef J to laimiiau. please i cannot write am more, ihe tear mi blind mu. lAivlmtly, MINnIKK." li id pronto amttseii the nalghbors, who ymiailhetlcall) joined In Ihe search for the loon Its. Led lor girl. The livlghlsirhood lor hi.sl- around was seareliail In every alloy, nook nnd corner. I Inalh mine of Hie search ing parts were ottme'led hy moaning from tho re. ir of iiic iiarn. insl there they found, nt - a. M. sunday, the wiiudoror. Insenslblo nn Iho groiuid. L'nrrv lua her Inlo the bouse, her llmli. were found ho la- uearly Iro-en. Alter admlnialorititi n-lomtives and working hard, ui,-, mid revived, I The mother n notified and a happy re ! iiidon followed Le cotmiii' home of Uiu mis--l lag one. Ilia elolils stor has Ihs.h f til 1 ! small i nl in l.'.I A QUEER INTOXICANT. A Girl Cured of Her Love of Perftimw by lnaH(l of fhe Liquor lluhit. "I iifpiI t.i be very fnnI f perfumery,' sail u Detroit win tu a l-'rt-p Prtu re porter, "but I nevei uee now." and hh. i nk-M amuned end retroepeetlvei 'What ured yu'."' Inquired th. re- .! t T. A crank end mv own Conviction!, nil. it whj too funny, l eree itopplng v ith my family nl n Hummer resort for it i '. wi-rks. .ii n k iiMial 1 1 'S' no l.i ' thai the rent had always brtakfeated, leaving mv to eel clone ! had a p: lon for cologne and Horn) eeiencee an I us-d to oour a auantHy mi mi hendjt(rchlel Juki before leevlne my room. Well, there wee one old ledy who B.-it at the lame table and wee lete, I like myself, and l concluded by the way ehe KnitTtd at me iluit ehe did not I k" perfumes, One day she deliberate ly ailtlrespt-d me: Artnt you afrnld of forming ft I habit '." she asked. ' I "I auppofed ahe alluded to mv habit ' of late rUng, and i replied civilly that i my time wes my own. 'Don't prevaricate, Bhe aeid, ttern-1 ly; 'th.it haa nothing to do with acquir ing: PUCh n habit.' 'What do you mean, then'' I ftftked, I 'What habit r 'The habit of using PtlmolantR-the liquor habit.' r-he paid In an awful volci Well, you could have knockeil me 'down with feather, but the more I thought of i th1 more natural seemed th mistake, m l remembered that the beala of ail perfumery iw elcohol, and I had often noticed the disagreeable odor of spirits which remained when the per fume as i gheusl d What did you doT1 "Oh, 1 tried t-i make the oii lady un derstand, but -he told me l couldn t de ceive her and advised me to reform be fore It w too late. She anpuretl me that she had known many caees where Intcmperat servants drank the cologne from the tot lei bottles of the mlstrfBP. but she wa sorry to see young ladles r- sorting to BUCh practice. She was JtiPt horrid, but It net me to thlnklnc. andi ns 1 did not care to he mlrt.ludKen. I gave up my habit of udng perfumes Intetnperetely.'1 IN A BOARDING-HOUSE. i The Kpcrlpiice of h Young l.mlv Which She Will Never Korgrt. "f lived hi a hoarding-house once." vonturad tho pretty girl who wa nlh bttng at salted almonds, to a Chicago It i onl reporter, "and 1 had a little ex perience that I'll never forget. "(if course, like in all boarding-houses, every to. in w is utilized except the par lor." she went on, in a regular story tolllng tone of voice. "That as left as ii place in which to receive company The hick parlor was tented to a very fat man. who snored dreadfully, and wiio had the idea that the old saw uli nit 'early to hed' was Just about right. "Well, one night it was a bitter cold nlKht. too a ouna man look me to call n a onu mi friend of ours. It wa very early when we returned, and I knew thBt he was nearly frozen, so 1 Implored him to come Into the pallor. "Now. I win particularly anxious to m.ii. c good impression on that young innr.. V- vut there for about two min utes whin the moat horrlhle nolseo loon- 1 from h. hin 1 the fohllra-doors. It was that aw foi bcarder, and I never he i nl an) ne snore so violently and uncenrltiKlv in mv life. "When I heard the llrst long prellml narv rattle which a anorer glvoo when he i torts out and Is Juot beginning tc get his hearings. I began to talk oo loud and rapidly that l nil blue In the fare The young mini did the same, and foi tuontv niTflUtoS we tried our level bsi to drown ihe snores I4ut ihelr volunu Increased, mil I couldn't hold out any longer, so I Jusi leaned back and silent ! admitted defeat. So the young man si-Hug how embarrassed I was, ros ti the otcualon und departed. Jf f waa a snorer I would natlentl religiously llo up my chin ever night beiore going to bed. merely .- i tribute of respect lo the rest of tho hu man rgco." MorHI-M iVtSMInit Ma. luW'l Soothi! bugvr tUs boot rtaut'i lor la.-lrsauarta. Me. s.saBieii(Ss.ss9Ma.fs.istt MaMaaaajasaaaafamaaaa A MEAN FRAUD, THIS. The Liberty Supply Company, of Bos ton, Rot the Poor. YOU SEND A DOLLAR, AND YOU MAY GET A CANVAS TRAY. T0U W(.RK IT AND THKT WORK Y01 I A ciiiiteii..tllie, petty nwlndle. width flndi i iu rktlmi amoni Ibt poor eho an- wekiog ' empl tyment, eiltsi In the Mtfty Supply torn 'pony, "f .i 934 Tftmont itieet, Boiton. The 1 baft which Ihtl concern tisn to ditch Its dlliOI Isestendlngedvertlwmenl In lbs newipopepi of till .ml other rlilw which reeds: j I.Al.M.H ANIt.-IN riK-MKN. will psv jrnu 1 enioglossTMs todu rtiwiiy lHme rk " It; nn ctinv ii-kIks hihI pnniipt puvni'iit. Niin .. i; M.i.ii. -im rti.-hiH- liusrty Hitpply t'lini puny. HotttOtli MSSH. ! The dtlpei of this ftHlntllenre legtotL The tnrynf one l the otlir) of ull. The exptil rues of ii. V Burrtdge, i( So 4.VJ W'eM lui iitl-tli iitreet, related ly hlnwll Ifid proved b) the paper nod letletiht pnwewes, i fully exposes the n miner in wlih h lbs Llbfrt ( Eupply i oin iin nprratiH, Mr. Iiurr 'Ipi u u poor nmn. He htbten out ft work f" it loop time. IIH wife heppened tu MMJ tin- iMl.eitiMMiiini. nnl in ll louii'i n bOpS thtit nil- Rllgbt Ih- nblu to rt-lieve the wants of htnslt end her husbend hy nrorklni for ths rampen) pud earning rromUi tugiva week, etig poke with her husband iboul h and In deal) with the advert i in answer lo hi Hrsl leller u rlrctunr was rent to hi in. 'n ft- Inmt won e pkii r of I tine hiniiiitiM eltli the lgn nl the etMuiaii3 ensnll. Am nnl tin p. tun- ol the hufhlintf un- priiii)'t Msniilsi nin n mi i n hnlessls snd retsll deafen In (Iin ii iinvi, hu pMi-.'iiinii mill iinmli, lislrphi". i-stcbstls, sfcc w i ' MirniNhiii pruiuptly im bm v hi ui un psitlsa nmlrftis " etigsgv erltli ua. Ni MM nil Ulir ." 'I- l 01 I ' '! l if '' llbi'il.v Mlpplv nmpiiliy . Nn. U'14 Irrliitiul -liit. llo 1(111. IISS. J in u t i i iMtwduriinn t ihe Ktateojent n tin luelluisl l Mfhli Ii the compniiy pmrnlsi - to I i;i . the npportUtltt) to ihu-t' wliti wish tu Hntk to niske fram rv. t'i fi5 u week thu circular I a vs. wsbegyitti not ui ennfonod o with sny other silveKlser iir ailvsrilssnient, out tu unUrisnU I linl r im iii ii" rali'l 111 n.v.. -.v n,i iif It ttntirNIl Ink Hint Imiiih M.I. lltlSltlPSn. mi wntk Hppfiiln i -l 'll i ui in r i ti.'ii ut tlinv- wtio ran lis hu orrllnsry nKlle m brnsho wiiii u llifii I. nn tuirl'Mif . nil it iluin. tmfs)ilf'i vt a nl mill B iii phi It llnelf. I'liere sre, nt . .him msny wim vkhiIi) nstu rally miiimi'i ilmi ti we mini I win k of thin kfml k hi ti Hom wi . ..'ii. i lisve no tmubls lU s im mi mttnj i . mskii in iio n i Ltritt iii. ii! '.wi r iv. ornssr by,srliusii arndli is it out by null in nrloui psrta 01 th pooulrj . nini m m dutencs, km W UOa v- peanect fully Inform itipn thai era io not nlsliiocue It out m emplq.i iHrm1 tiutuhin of , petsonsln our city, it wouftl rettilrs too mtieli ' of our time Mini aitsnttog tu im nisny -n I MHiitla chIMiis m nur i.nu .- lur peramial ouugps j lions ieiHtJim in work. ! tjreal wisdom do the twlndlen evenee in iikn.H ihu ground, tor a greet -1 - : l of their time and attention would certainly ie taken uj in ansiverlng quetloUa ol n very personal enarneter If they were In theaame riij as tite I peiwnfithe) HWimlli. To "the ladles' the -i iii-li- i - U) We send you the tinvt nitii n Mnnil Imnrli f 1hh-i. Nliiiiipcil upon itieiu. tu In- viurkril in I n. i w v... ui 5.. fKHHi th- htik lui 'doing the work ! snd dlrw rtlona telling plslnlj 'bow iiic work ii to Iti'ii'U- llic ''.un IS Mill In nihil a i ,1'HlMii ..-ltO;i- M H'llliU II li:i I i ..II uiiru filnnilii; II. Ws onlj 'send one inn ut nrv and have you get Hint nil Hin- '... that villi will liSVM nn trouble mil. I ii tars work. We pit ym 9st iit uossn lor tUll Work, oiir'iI In iimkc fnjin Imlf s ilorpn toe ilossii s day. edo not iinitn ihnt fsilnre i i nip iittiiii-. Tnsrsare slwwyM rstelem Knn liist- tSlltlVS pSISOIIt who DSU neltoin tin uuv thlug prop- I erly. Haks no mttsfes and do not deceive yoorastl by hiiv i'icv i iiHi im .inn. i'ii npintiuiH nt your I o.vn. V .' hli It to l.i- .ii-tin. i'y nn. Ifi -!.'.. I tlnit , websvsiiocjnnectlon with anj othsr bouse. s no not, iiki- 'n in- itthi-i niii.i ton mere preleit I -i fnruUlihig nur work, lint we actually ilu itiriihli I ii unit are positively pay for it. ; And here Is the joker: a iii It units an i linn'' for u m nhialn nur wink ii I. e., 'I. hlUMlNiiK, Uif htiilllni' nf plri wsrSi the rwk nl sndlug out work wlihuut i.i'.i'Aiiisj tvhethi-r It will tM-retiiriifil or not. gc. . ike. , weiisvs decided to charge nil "im ntna to eugage with us i o cover no Nmt expsnae, Hemembsf you hsvs no further expense, sod wi guaiante' tu fnrtiNI: joi nurk the yunr i I'fiiimii nini puv fur u un in. ' . i provloed ll It I it. .ua- In h lu.M in ui nini i.-.i' .n..u. ;illM5rtory nin ii. .1 KuUHhlt lor ii"'1 In nur boilueSsV, To ' the gentlemen " Ihe aw Indlera make n similar oflbr. They do not s"k them toemurol iter the truv hut tohmul paint thcin.ostheyeey iion ii ii nn-Hi demand tor the piintt tteys, i you have ilmely s outline wltfi ihr paint. The nnlhutrt oil iMilnli lire uxcil iiutl you cuu Hhiiilr tin in BOOOldlOg lo tour own tSSt. Wrpaytuu Wi a ilOSen nini you fni il-n your 0WI1 pniuUi. Of, tl i i i 'i llvi'Wtiere von cannot si-t n pslntl tvlll I send them to you, Uus oukIh tin taint ut i m a ! ..--ii anil a hall or twod wn a dsy. It yon hav never ilont anvihlns ui ihe Kind younuth(ti havt- no t Miiii..- in iIoiiik itiis work. bsvs nn trouble IndbftigThla work. . Here Is the secoml Joker In the form of s I ipeclgl otter " f On n: to the Inereesed dsmoed forcmrgnodstwe i tiall us obliged to employ mort help now than -, sver bsfore, end In order to iseura your orvtces wi will lehuiil the ilollur teitl lo viiKiiHe In thr , p work when we pay you for the RtSt dotetj covers. . ll will psy you lO lake tulvHUtagenf tlilM . tl-i Mr Burrldge hit at the belt end aent on hi-. iioiiur. it wes in a registered letter, and be holiN the Poet Ifflce receipt of the l.llierty Sup- , pit i oniHiu . lit- united 1 1 thii for hi- linen I . ti.n work ti come, and thru wrote ratbarelj -li 1 1 v letb r. -u in.- thut he cnubl not tinder , eUuid the company method ol doing bualnoaa, A few daytt after lie trot h p.n Ljic.' cutitalnlnt; a six inch MUure puc o( common cniiMi. with what la lUppoaeq loha a Rpra of dowers felntl) -t.i i.pi-.l upon ll. nod n ft tt hrd- ol BfSBi silk m four colors. Ha then eeut for n Hntthed de a.1171 1 tlftv centa but It never came. homos. Mas., Dec U8. At the office of the Utterly supply Oamnany, No.4.'-'i Tromant ' Mrvet, nothing voul t be leerned. The pro' prletor v F. jfanmons, a man al out ility years old. and be i nM-atii by s woman about thirty llva yesr of nee. The janitor ol Ihtl 1-nU.ling Hud that they iiinie well return mendea to him from Liberty BtlUgro. where they hsd been located for nearly three year. They were at their office on Tremoot street , from s .Ht o 1 1 IV M. . t hen they left for the i day. The Janitor ml.. run 1 the rei-orter that ' j nopackases were senl out hy them, but that a I hin; batch 0t circulars was generally mailed each dsy. At tho Post-Office it was leerned thet roall I vrnt culled for tw ice n dav. the Kuppiy ComjpQiiy having o drawer there. Ihe ai r,i.;r mall per day l-125 tetters. - sal HAD TO PAY FOR ADVICE. I ilk a Drlriiit ilmi $2i to l.rnrn llr Hi il " Poor I'anr. It lake .m luwjers to know how to aChlOVO lUeetag whrllifr or no. To such u one an scqus'niinro appll, 1 the othr iluy. says the Detrjlt Free Pres. "I say. CJe-orge." he said; "I've got a cane I want tu aik you about and see It you will undrt.ki.' It for me." "state it." ragpondad the lawyar. The acquiilntance did so. "Now what do you think of It?" ho II ik i 1 I wouldn't touch it a 1th a ten-foot pole." "1. that your professions! opinion?" That'. Just it " "All right. I'll dnp ll," and he started on" "Hy the nay." suggested the iswyer. "you owe me $2.".." "YVIim for?" .i.ked the astonirheit visi tor. Hopping nhjrt. "My pioft s.l.mal op.nlon In the caao you have Just submitted." as the un bluahlng answer, an 1 the diz1 visitor jiald It before ho recovered hlo wit GOOD REASONS M'liv puysicisos prefer 1o prosenbo t'ss. weli. Massov A Co. 's Kmiilhloii ol I'ikI l.ii.-r oil with IN pin and V"'"1'"" Ii is not aiWertii.eil a a cure-all. it Is made ot bettor uiatera's than any otlier. 1 It ran ba taksn by the moat delicate ' ' when other einiilN-ons of plain Cod I.ivoi I Oil are intolerable. CAbWELL. MASBEY CO . ' 1121 B'wsy, 678 Mil Ate and Newport. MT. VERNON TORN CP. . I City Fathers Drawn Into the Fight ol Rival Water Companies. j A TAMMANY SCHEME AT THE BOTTOM OF THE TR'HBLE. (ITIZENS GO TO ALBANI FOR RELIEF. I Through the heart of Mount Vernon run a great wnier main, nnd on It line the -ll y father nre ranged In open warfare upon the New Vork t'lty Su burban Water I'ompnny. which own n.id operate the plain and wr.ti-r main of Muunt Vemotl. The officials allege thut the water furnished I bad, while the price charged nre et- lorbttant The water rompany pi.- . pie I'.'i-ii to a bit of the history In ihe egttr controveras . srheraln a yn- dlrate. the controlling Intereal of which lam In the hand of leading Tammany ' politicians, attempted to i.et control ol Ith. vater franchise with B view of e1l- Inp: It to Ihe city of New York when MOUnl Vemon should be annexed, in s oynillentp, It I oald. ex-FOnutor John foi ownp i c". per cent. While the present Unlit appears to be ihe effort of an honeM and econi,inl"iil i iiiunlilpal coundl against the rapacity of a grce.ly corporation! it I ald to be I m fact u batlle betwe-n two rl.al water companies, wherein the Aldermen ure bi t lay figure. The Mount Vernon Water Company j wa foro el In IKS!. In Mount Vernon, by , local capitalists. It had but a small plant, and Its buatnesa waa not prosper ous, 111 lie!', tin New Vork and Mount Vernon Water Company wa formed, with the National Water Work syndl-l cate. f Chicago, back of 11 To this company tbl right ot the original com- i puny were transferred. The New York und Mount Vernon Water Company then! obtained from the village g five-year contract to supply the village lire hy drain and the Inhabitant! Willi inire and wholesome water. The supply of tne original company wa obtained from an ' artesian wed In the village, but the new coinpanv obtained It supply from the ihu. iiins.in lllver, on wnfen wa bunt a reservoir at 1'.-hamvllle. whence thi water wn pumped by team power lo a large Maud pipe. At the expiration of the five-year contract the trouble began. The protected Creator New York bill wag being dlacuageil, and It was under stood thai Mount Vernon wa to be In cluded within the enlarged metropolitan limits. .Moses K. Crow built the original water work plant at Mount Vernon. Being connected both by marriage and pat po litical preference with Tammany, he i cngugeil ihe capital of Senator Fox. John A. Morris and others In a project to acquire control of the Mount Vernon water franchise. Then the New York and Weatcheater Water Compain came forward with B in. ni.e-Hii.il to furnish water for Mount Vernon. 1'hls latter company had been funnel the prcvii'ii year, and was BUp plylng water to South Mount Vernon. Vvllllamabridge, Westchester. I'lty Island and other place In the projected limit of the Greater New York. Incidentally this company hits, from the cily of New I York, the contract for furnishing water lo Hart's laland, which Is another stury. ! and a good one, too. Despite the fact that the Chicago Na tional Water Company had on the card al that time n light In Kanaoa City .wherein Mayor Davenport and t a City 'Council had given them the option a sell or get out. tliey nw through the iVorts of Senator l-'ox' ndlcate andi con- I reived Ihe Idea of selling their pliAn to I New York, and began a vlgorou. right against the Kox syndicate and sought 0 newal of the t xplred contract. Main 1 were tapped anvwher-' and everywhere If ' a cltlaen so desired, and Mount Vernm Ites were not troubled with water bills, ijrent promises wer made In event of a renewal of th , ontract, and. a they were first in the field, the New York nnd Mount Vernon Water Company engaged a majority of the village trustees u counsel, to advance legal claim for Ihe i-on-tlr.uance of their contract. Nothing was I said about hydrant lent or i Itlxens' bills. but much-needed Improvements In me plant were planned, and handsome blue print of the nme were furnished every I citizen on application. The company was I awarded a contract for nnother five years, 1 which expires by limitation In October. Harly In 18M. the New i ork City Suhurban Water Company was formed1 under tho act of IMS. and consolidated with the New York und Mount ernon Water Company, under the former nam". Thla company is at present supplying water to Mount Vernon under tne con- tract of lwi. . With the framing of the C.reater New York hill, the victorious company saw lis hopes of making a profitable sale of the plant to New York fade away. Hut It hsd cost money to flg.it the Tammany syndicate, and accotdlnglr orders were given to retrench. Water rites were Increased, and collections began In enr neat on the bills allowed lo run on while the company fought for a renewal of Its contract. So rapacious waa the water1 coinpanv. considering the quality of Its water supply that the cltlsen began to seek for some flaw in the contract thev hsd blindly entered Into. The im'-lal of tne defeate I company fo mented the discord and Incidentally offered "lo put In n new plant nnd supply better water at half the cost. During the past fortnight the embers of the old strife have been fanned inn flames. The city bc-an by refusing to pay hydrant rent, and followed by meas ure looking to the severance of the existing contract. Fire Chief Flake da I clared that the water was no even fit , to put out fires with, containing, as It ! did, so large a percentage of Inflammable matter In a semi-saturated state Then the Chief, who Is also an Alderman. I dropped a bomb in the Councl' by offer ing at its Iat meeting resolution pro viding for an Investigation preparatory to the acquisition by the city of the water company's plant snd franchises. .The resolutions went through with a I hurrah. I The Tammany syndicate then began to draw up plana for enlarging their plant and laving mains through the streets. Hut It Is learned that Mayor i Itrush ha vetoed the Council's order. on the ground that It provides for "an Illegal expenditure." I "If such a franchise 1 so valuable that I two companies should light for ll," said Ian Alderman yesterday, "why should not ' we own our o vn plant and protect New 1 . . I. In ........ .f ., i . , . . . I I , . i . 'I'l'IM , 1.. . ' York In case of annexation. ' Thi Idea ' . became go prevalent with the clttsens I that It ha laken definite form. Lawyer1 Joseph S. Wood was engaged yesterday i to draft a bill h-.vlng for Its object the withdrawal of the franchise granted by . the old village of Mount Vernon to the water company. As.emblymap John Iterry has consented to Introduce and urge the passage nf the bill in the coming session of the Legislature The Fox synd'ate still hopes to gain possession Of the franchise, and for the present nas Joined forces with the cltl T.er s. On the Bowery. I (Prsaa Tax.. S.fllnsa I Firs- Actor (pulling the trigger of a revolver six times) Die. you miserable . villain ! Second Actor Your pistol has missed tire. Sir Kudolph. but I am smitten with ' remorse for my many crimes and will die - according to your wish. I Then he roiled- on the stage In agony, . snd kicked like a boy steer, while the I curtain slowly descended amid the cheera . and laughter of the audience. , Ills Mra of It. f iPreis Jsd,. I Sunday-school Teocher Bobby, can you name the three grace , Hobby Yea'm, the world, the flesh and . tbo devil. ro -Vf Ct j y 50 BLACK AMD BLUE CASHHERE DOUBLE TEXTURE MACINTOSHES, B4. INCHES LONG. With Di.achable Cjpes 29 irches , long, all 5e.tms sewed, cemented and covered, and each garment guaranteed, were $12.00 at wholesale, So so NOW Oa Q 200 Ti STYLISH .Jf. V INTER 4K OVERCOATS, L F ' ' In Meltons, Voiouri, yC i M Kerseya and Chln- I chlllas, i I ilium, BLACK. HI. IK. ( I I I an. IHtAli DARK UKAY, I 1 Were fn III (1H.0U toih I (I ill I wholesale, JM $9.0 50 BLACK, Q 76 BLUE JHf SHETLAN0 'hljpfh ULSTERS,l4r irara 93,8.00 atWholaaaito m $12.00 I ! BOTH aTORKB tU'l N BAT. ;. ssaaaw I'llliAY IVlMMi t .VI 1 1. J I r 0 O'CLOCK. iaf4ariaai.tjg RlERMANtiBDELBERGaJB. WIIOI.RNAIJi lIl.OTIIlKllsf, RKTAIUKtl KJITIRH BTOC'K AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES. Old Herald Building, lilt OA Ii l A Y A D AXy ST., 119 Broadway, J I ST BEJ.Q W 'JOth ST. ...... , i MB. SMITH S0ES FOR LIBEL ! . TbU Flettire Ii More Than Bailroad Jim." : Widely Kcspretel. Con Endure. " Railroad Jlto" stulth boo 3,439 friends In thr Mnieof New Jen ey. He In tupcrvisnrnf that section ol Hie Penn'.vHniiin H:iilr-iud be- tween -lerscy city and New Brunswick, r.nd every ycur he wlua the prie for lulling ft In tlp-lop slmiv. Hei over i txty years old. bill a active In mind and I inly n1- a man thirty ! enrs ounger. S) f RAILROAD JIM SMITH Anybody who adailres a ohrvwd, blunt man, With a heart that llvrayi biing him on the I tide ol the under dog. is bound to like ' Rail I road .llin.' ' llr i".n t o dude, nor hs. he a di 11 face and . No. 7 feit To ull the real truth, no, ne would . think of coiiiii'i 1. 1 1 . bandaome His friends lu4c oft,-!) remiiuWl 1.1m that he is cxir mely ! plnui. toaayih' leuat. and lie has Invariably laeu iiutii'.i e.i-'ii :li to adml; that th ly did hint no injustice In i-Ojrlng. mi. Tliat wu- nil well enough, but he did protest and nio.t In I digliailtly, too, whet! I'own Talk, i Newark wreki) iiulillcstiou. punliaiieil a cnrx-iiure of hlin. ' I he Intention of Iho nr.lal and publisher . wir to work oft a little pleasantry on him. I This wns thr icsult as il appeared in tlic Issue ' of Nov. 11. ' The more Mr. Smith looked at Hie iicture snd . Iho oftencr he thought ol It Hie hotter grew ids ' i.-n.i- r Yeatenlsy he broke all the records for I libel suit. In New Jersey and established a FLEGENHEIMEn BROS. For the New Year. A PRESENT FOR ALL. .OTWITIIMTANUIXO BaMNa thi: ri:i BiaoTMKi.WTr.Doiis AT TUll I.01TKMT FlOl'BEB. WE, Ai.MOivi:Toi:vr.itYriilfMAir iim: or Tsiias.1: iiAxnniJiK rur.H. i KNTH BF.I.OW. Flog Willi U TfOl I ma v fari.ri t. f rt. lpjaarJ. TO. rollawlag Ll J I i 111 il "P ,OT UlLu X4JM' Ibeasaeleeai " AXUKLtCA .... las llv s piirehaae of Itt Oil , - worth "f our ejcelieiu ',(" ' ; Kiiwla either hulf n iloren slirilll V l.U .iilslli-seanrsallvei vlr.a1 """ m"am ' Tray, Imsiii with i hin.. ,,,., ,,i-, . ,ig wlHueglM-ll. SUa.AISU a..aw , UAOKIBA. ffi HiKAY .54 j L M II.AOA. . laVat kBWj,,Vv-j. ItlKM.lXH l.3 fetiS tfnjSsj ' hini 1 Lt.a I l4J " I IKN l.3 Bt'It If vnll hnr fO IK) worth (If.NDY 1.30 ni oiir instiy celebrated , , wines Slid lirslldieaH lisnil- PtllK QRAPK aoine I'rsv Willi liiurerys- BRANDY fSl elll slas-es. will lie ut aa a a ,iur dl.lwsa', " ,0 ItYK AND i" BOURBON T,T SI. 73 anil upwrn-i j, Holland Win, J j 'V Hlfcirgberey.Snnlia l J 1 a ru" Bjd .Innii.len n.mV sVt--0L Hiimi ull surl. of toBjfcrr- 'IZjlRjffl Punch lai.nrr nl FJ'?W JrTlV J alslHIerS" nPlers. ' k-JJ A larna .lark This very fine Impnrtel or I jllliirnlii baeearal iruienit. Includ- . Ins six glwsaes. ilei'iinter FroU and Money mi tray, will lie rlvsri In ... ,,., every pun-hsaer f IV ' constantly on wi.iili of lllir e.-celleiil a,-rf slW'k of goods. nana. FLEGENHEIMER BROS, eni-.cn. mth AVF.. (.RAMMiPIHA.IIOVNI. NEW KIHR. 4i:i.vrilM ,M .. VORK. lUMHIIAVI.M.H TURK. am .viii.is avi;, cor inni MT,. iin r.vi mt., hihmk i.i t 11. KWMARKIiTHT., XKHARR.N.il. t-O hTS'l ..IIRHH till. . .1. nat WANII. ST..IIOROKE. .J. HOBBIUtat.,MT. VFH0,, T. brand now pivcodcnl by aulng the paper lor (l.AOUdaroafna. The pajiera flled In the Clr- mil Court si't forth that Ttwn 'lnlL iliil HI -IMi : a pcandalou. nmi tHoum tnddafafflatoryllbpl in tin- furni nt n nlctiir-' or prim iMiirt-rnlnic tha "iiiil 'l.i lit ! H llllll III till' Ilkl'llfKM 1)1 I hi i in: Hi 1 riiHii'i . -f I tu -iilii .liitn1tfl hilt .rt -I'lillni' liml pllbitalllUg 111 III.' Mill IllCtUr - H 1 u nl. 11 1- ti uf tlM' -iii-l pllilli tlti hy irhldl he VVM wirkptlly. i a'l Inimly him! wrongfully treatad and niHair tu the inrm ot a II miLii 111 u ndlcUlOUii mul hiihi n.if- apiMui anrti i h Ihtlp nml xaa;,r.iiiit fet. k" rau-ai'-ih in 'i Incompletely dwawatK ami noldTiu m lilt. Iimifl 11 en k 1 a uiu) beurttiK th uunls ' Hall- mad JlmtHullh." if Mr. smith lucceeda In feitltig danairea it u thOUffht that 11 L'ood many impor-. v uhiiinir in New Jeraey "ill have 10 abandon their put -rial reproaentatlona. COLUMBIA STILL IN THE VAN. While Yale aad Princeton Are Tied for Second Plaoe in the Cheaa Trurney. Play to the ihlril rouirl of th Inter iolltfflatt cber.11 niiit. ii '--.i"t0,.i resMhiMl ns (ollowi: 1 .iiiiiil.hi (llv mem n. Prlai elon (Eftlng), Sicil ian dcfcUtt. 1 "I linl'l:i VOa UI 2S in- . ." Yale 1 1; -I a. Hfiiaid (Hewlaa), Irregular opentriR. Vale won In 31 moi. rolumbta d.lhnlrei ri Vai iFktnner). French Idafaaaa. Yale ou in 51 movaa. l'rlnreton i Robvrt i v. Harvard ISpalfling). Ilclllaa '!''' i'i in "-'! won In 43 moves. The score of lh colleges now stanrln' Columbia. 3',; Yale and Princeton. 3 esch; Harvard, IH, The lOOrei of the Individual playera are Hberm on1 llymes. Vi eat h : KewlnH and IShlnner. 2 esch. l.lbatre and I. 1 esch, Spald ing snd KwlnR. nne-hslf each. The pslrlnx for (o-day will be 1 Bpildlnt di i. .s'.-ih ve Itymet (ColuBlbU) ; 2. Ilewlns tHir vardi s. I.lbatra it'olumbla) : J. Hobeitf (Prtnce i 'in vs. I .. lYale). 4, Ewtng (Princeton) ti. I Skinner (Yale). A Free TraiiKlntlon. (From Jude.) 1 A band of Anarchists were parading with a banner bearing the inscription, I "Liberty! Fraternity! Knuatlty!" "What does that mean? asked a spec tator of a well-dressed citizen. "Cheeael Pretaels! Lager!" returned i the plutocrat. Driven to Mntrlniony. (From Hillo.l Bohemian Your society allows me only 1'. a week whll I am out of employment, : and I can't live on that! Agent Indeed ? Well, go and get niar i rled and then we run allow you i. '."" SHOE THYSELF! AND DO IT IN STYLE, AT HALF PRICE, BY BUYING THE ELEGANT ICREST SHOBl The BEST for the price ever placed before the public. Made on lasts that are stylish, shapely and glove-fitting. Men's suit Women's. IS sad S3: Boys-, $2; Youths'. $1 T5; Misses', 5 l.Mi ; Q Children's. $lJa. AllsUea, all widths. Sold throughout the United V) States. Take no substitute. rffV WELL SHOD IS HALF DRESSED. jgW 0 GREAT FIRE SALE AT VOGEL'S BIG CLOTHING STORE. Fine Clotltiit9 Slightly Damaged by Water, AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. 49th St. and 3d Ave. OPEN EVENINGS. FROM I ME68E0 ST00L! TO A Baumann Bros.' Rockinf Sha'T Maris the advance from Barbar , ism to thn highest type of Ameri- can Civilization. Of Rockiug-cliaira we have llio Impost variety, and the liiiiii.soini'st npecitnena grouped uiulev one roof in the I'niteil States fill sort", of rockers, frames, cusliions, liiioks, woods and coverings, But only one sort of prices THE LOWEST IN NEW YORK IbaumannbrosJ 22-26 East 14th St., Nl'Mt l'MI KQIAKE. I Life size Photographs ot Corbett's and nitehell's lists in the OREAT NEW YEAR'S NUMBER of the SUNDAY WORLD next Sun- day. CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE. f Fine Ta lor-Made Clothing at Your Own Price. Ho Reasonable Offer Befusei P The mortgairees holding claims against the firm or A. li. King: & Co. must sell nt m m retail as quickly as possible their entire stock of Clothing, consisting of Men's and J m Boys' Overcoats, Ulsters and Suits, Shoes and Furnishing Goods for whatever they . will bring, to satisfy all creditors. Sale now going on at both stores. A Q OPEN 8ATURDAY EVENINC UNTIL 9.30. M 't 62 and 629 Broadway, and 124th Si, cor, 3d Ave,, Harlem, BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES- Men's 1-2 Hose, Extra cooil quality in lllm-k ini'l 'liui -.liiiil' , without seams, 13Ca nlM 25c, pair. MysA Dry (loud ami I'uriH.hlnsrs, 723, T2S, X2X Sixth Ave., N. Y. (Bet oi.i an.i ejMsts, I STEUWAY The Standard Pianos of the World! The Largest Establisbment in Existence. Wirerooms: Steinwav Hall, New York. New YC3F3 Presents on Credit 1 fl 1 .rfflirr IVATI'HKM.DIAIIONII! JBM:-'-'By OFEN1 EVbNINGS Jtm POUHSELFrV Mm Btf Aak .our Iiriigjin for o 'Ml cgTstwV ''""' "' "'" Hii-i'Uil an AfJnOm 'i'i pouonuus reu'il 1 rcli ZM oTJLJai-s (ne unnsiurtil o:im hsiK-a an i fafataajla private dlsetuosol men und tha WCTTaai iiehiiltarlng ivcakntH pe -ullat BjrVi ' ivjint.il. It i-uit'S In 'i i-i afltg tlars without ths uid 01 OTljaEf, puliilritT nl a dortl ' flniMai' I niirr.-i'l A"'-t n. r-. uftafBQk Mnniil i.-t ir-'.l R'JSSl- tH BL cinch o s9b VSlaaC Ikv'1 .lifr 11 Somethinix Misolns;. (From Juilgr I Huaclns IH'l your tlancee's t'hrlstms.'i present pless.' you? Klssam- It nss vrry fine. She mado It herself, but there seenia to be somethina misslna Hunarlns-Whst? Kissam-A (Itamaro explaining Ua use. ESTABLISHED 1807. COWPERTHWAIT. Furniture Carpets, Bedding-, Stoves, Pictures. Everything for Housckecpinj, 193 to 205 PARK ROW, N. Y BETWEEN CITY HAIL i CHATHAM SQUME .inc rnKniT .. m. in .i..,,, C.OOll fiOODN at l.')W I'tlll IS aal WI TIIOI'T IMTRBBAT -hi4rje. WerlLty or montlily .n- i: a. ltrusoaublc ralasalona 0)1 llaat. B. M. COWPERTHWAIT . CO. RUPTURE CURED, Ttaclrnprovtd kflMtlc trim Hi th oni-r trtiiii ixisiiMicc tbal Is wota wltU nbnlutsfbtiuDii ntfM nnd day, OH it rot a ln-4 tbfl mpturs untlar th luirl ost '.rc!so Of MVUOBt Htraln, aufl will offoctl IMTitiHiicnt mi'l -,Mftlv cart! without Ngtrd tatlM at;i' ul the pdllonl: :initnatii.n in-f. IdU jiu-uil.uir.- fur 1. lilies. Mfnd lr paiuiihlet. IMPItOVKU KLAHTIC TRl'HMin. KiiandH-jt Blond wmy, corner ItlthM. .New-Yorts a FDLLDREB! , Our "Yorke"Overcoa (RoglBierert) i . still the leading garment of J season. Good ones at $20.01 better ones at $25.00 and J527.50. I'l.OTIHKItS. S. W. Cor. 1160, 162 and I Fulton u Nassau Sts.l Eastl2ithSI. ITIIK HTAM1AKB MKUH'Ala WW l-O It I.H.IlV MAN. 4J.NI.V ! ! IV. II. r MtKrli. Ila I?.. Nth "".'fi (.. ll.. -i. ,i.. Mass.. the 0"'li5,"r 1 .,,, iii.ll-1 In Am. run. eslablia'irs i Niwi. eiiier miNuiiitii ewro" ilfJ , i-r.il....!, ilcitln.l laaMiaia. 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