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6 THE WORLD: THUKSDAY EVENING, M A1U II 22, E8i4.
f ADAMS & CO. A FEW OF OUR UNAPPROACHABLE BARGAINS FOR EASTER WEEK. HUNDREDS OF OTHERS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. (toe our Clothing Window wound I t the comer or 21st Hi. Ktrcpttonal , .. r "' ! , ' ? bargains fur Kasicr In our Men'i anil Jt,j'v'9w'm er '- Bur Clothing Department, the itu- ,, m ? of which havo never been offered liy "S ? ny house. -""" r i r foe iJojn from 4 to n Voar. , n.ooo pair, of ft $1.50 quality of : A, Grand Special Bargain, for tlmae 7 Foster hook French tfaede Kid ! I two days only: 200 Ulno Cheviot ' Gloves (liko illustration) in Hints, niado with neat double-) handsome ihadOH of mode, tan, i breasted coats nnd two imir iianth; brown, Knglish reds, grays and they look and will wear us will ns block, with hooks the sum's color though they cost $5.00 I QQ , s gloves, every pair guaranteed each, at IiW not to rip or toor on first y A A Una of All - Wool Bolts, in ! frying on; bargain price, IvGe dozens of itifTorout petUrns, worth 0,1(110 pairs of n S1.V.0 ipjalitv LA- no leii thau m inn O QQ DIES' lT.UHIN'S LACING 6.oo. t easts) OteasOO STUD FRENCH GLACE KID A line of bout Csssifflstcs nmi Ma GLOVES, in tana, English rods, Chariot Serge, worth readily J QQ blown, N'lloH and black; AM 6. 50 per u it. at tJswO bargain price DwCs Alao a handsome SalSCttos of littli y- Reefers, Fatintleroy nnrt lleofir Suit fnv - 11 the prettiest designs of ths season, 2J U ' i ca-j per cent, lovror than any other liotiso. ,.' """ Ll.pr' 1 For Youths from 14 t 1J Years. 49d 1 iJrf--Tf"' - r A, fine Blsck Clsy niauonal rSuit, with I vS--Jl 'long pants, imported Roods, or a Itliio ,ft . ... , Slater Flannel, the best in Q QQ 7,501) pairs of a $1.00 quality of the markst. worth 14.00, at. OsOO Radios 4-liitton PIQUE KID I Youths' au -wool suits, the latest' "LOTES (Uke illustration), ex- fashionable colors, reuular Q QQ cellent qunhty, and in colors value 12.00. at... OasJO of hnghsu reds, bargain mn A good Cheviot Suit, worth M QQ L l"'lcp , f 'regnlsrly SOl.at IsVO I B600 ImlrH of "1-ar' flu,illty f rAB s-aj-ri rMCU I Ladies' 4 button FRENCH KID An elegant Spring Overcoat, gotten Dp in I (,L,A( ,Lm gg V"""e Ht'" laUstdesign:eauntl.elnpli.Q QQ I fts '""strationi, with largo pearl csted for less than twin, this OsVO l huttoiiH, in beautiful colors in sum. at and upward. Pluln ll';'1 eminence; bar- MQ A Handsome Blsck flat- Overcoat, cut in ' Bum I,ric6 efU latest style long; these are made from We have '. Imported goods and equal .fatf NSfcL Secured UI1- any custom-made artii le A QQ mWl!sfiB&&e!5x: oilier lot Bt82orS26; at lUttJD BMWMi, I"1" "ll 301) A line of All-Wool Knits, hi pretty i-r.n hH DaVmF ' '''''' ' ' mix or plain black cheviot, Q QQ liM MLr tins style of worth tw.oo. at 0.30 mmm ""' celebra- A line of flue Casaimeres that eipiol any j WtmT ted Long jn.oo Suits, in tiii lutest dnsiirus Tilf MpVa JlsT 1 t W ft i s I e d of worsteds and casaimerea. If QQ WW H II Jj ',.rfr,- ',( A line of Men's Trousers, Laiidaome yOsI LVBwtv ('(M'Sl'l stripes or cheeks, all of fashiouulde cut H HtH- ', ' , Slid make, usually sold a, Q QQ JH il tnadeoffilie fl.00sn.l7.00.at .2.98 and JsfO J0H IHsK' ""D01"1'''' A line of Men's All-Wool Tron QQ BaKBuvlHlllSfl To'y srs,worlh4.no and more, at 1.90 f9UWmBSmMiSM , ',,0,ne8 ii jftrQJvr' ri1"' silkflos Specials in Genls' & Boys' Shoes. jSSSmmSSt ZiVS j , Men's (IMS, II to -l" j"i.i '" regular i.ou I w"$R lo la' wor"' QQ quality, in all sizes, in gray, block I I yfc Bo'' ";,, an ,",70i"id white; this is positively the i V. ,n rV M4 aa llaat lot we oan aell at the cxtraor- 1 tb V J''J,''I' i'.wt dinary bargain price of z rj-, ''k. Yonths'slssa,lxto!l r I 33 1 .23 $.9 SIXTH AVE., 2 1ST TO 22D ST. ALMOST A RIOT IN CHURCH. Stormy Scenes at the Ousting ot Pas tor Naylor by His White 1,' Plains Congregation. I STOPPED A FIST FIGHT IN A TEW. I Iks Pastor Insisted on a Tots, Which Went Against Him Many Beeeds and Will Form s New Church, ReT. John Xaylor has licon worsted In v his fight with the majority of the imiu- ' bars of the ITIrst Uuptlst Church of I White Platnj. Repeated efforts have been made to oust him from ths pastor- ate, which he and his partisans have re- j Stated stubbornly. Tlu- climax cume at 1 a church meetiiiK lust Tuesday iilh'ht, V which In a g.iod many rispccts resem- bled a ward caucus. ? ' The preacher had been asked, In a formal lette- prepared by the trustees ra week ago, tu resign. Us hud replied that he did not believe the letter rep resented the sentiments of u majority, and before resigning ho would call u meeting of the entire congregation to consider the matter. This as the meeting held Tuesday nitrlit. Mr. Nay lor notitleil by mall ull of th e who were In favor of his retention. This started a red-hot campaign. The lead ers of both factions were all the week canvassing and. pulling wires for votes. At the apiointed hour the members entered the church und wen- called la order by Mr. Nuylur. The- doors wete locked und a prayer offeieu. For three hours the uffalrs of the church were dis cussed, and then the question of ousUng the pastor was put, amia treat ex. to - Kobert IIoe was appointed a teller In k the Interests ,,f "Mr Nuylur and an non- I . est count. " while Jumes ltlchie acted for1 i Psr. Nador's , i Slliis sere poased uround and the votes ''For" or AgVlnst" were piepar.-d. A colle.tlon box was placed on the pulpit and the Voters not In line and JepoMted tlclr ballots In the box. several voters were challenged on the grjuud that the erere not In good sutndlnK. The VOtS was finally complete l and was carefully counted. The tellers announced the re sult to be iS for the pastor and 'i? against him. Mr. Naylor, white with raK". stepped Into the pulpit and In a verv forcible manner sailed Into his enemies. Ad- toresdng the Trustees he said: "Vou nave acted In a mean, dishonorable, on temptlhle and sneaking manner. I will not forget the uncomplimentary und in eultlr.g epistles 1 have received from your hands." This was the signal for trouble. James WOOOin, one of Mr. Navlor's friends went over where Trustee Wesley llughe was seated. Grabbing him by the collar. Be shouted: "Vou are a hypocrite, and 1 can prove It," trying, apparently, to pull llUKheii from his pew. Other members quickly pulled the two apart, and pre vented a fight. Treasurer Charles II. Dean then Jumped up and announced that he and his wife woulo resign from the church membership from that time. Pastor trV ?! !a9' a similar announcement on behalf of hlrm-elf und his family. Sev eral others uulckly folluwed suit, Includ lug Mrs. Vosburgh, Mr. arid Mrs Will. ftsas, Mrs. A. It atalnach, wife of Count !?. Pi. 1JttVrla. and the Misses Turner. After more excitement the meeting finally adjourned. Part of the r?"fl "I?nt.wl.n hev Mr Naylor and eve family to the parsonage, where It was resolved to form the Becnnd HaptNt church of white Plains, Negotiations were begun yesterday for a leaee of the rooms to be vacated by the Whit" Plains Lyceum April 1. Here services will be held Pastor Naylor's opponents claim that he has outgrown tils usefulness to Un church, that he Ik bigoted and narrow minded. It Is said he called on a new resident of White Plains, and he ex pressed belief that the lliptlst faith was the only true one, and that ''anybody who was not Immersed would lertulnlv1 go to hell." As the matter stands now, the church Is divide 1, and u very bitter feeling exists. Outside of the church, opinion s also divide I, but It Is generally eincede-i that the scenes of Tuesday night were disgraceful. KO DOWRY, NO HUSBAND. Isaac Hlrschborn, After a Brief Honey moon, Replevins the Furniture In His Bride's House. Howe & Hummel Instituted replevin proceedings In the City Court, yesterdsy, and selstd the furniture In the house at No. 178 Becond avenue, In behalf of lsuac Hlrschborn. a wealthy cast side wine merchant. The proce -dings grow out of Hlrsch bprns marriage, on Jun. U i.ihi, to Miss Ivatle Lustlg, the nlneieeu-ycar-old daughter of the Kev. Dr. llerrman l.uKtig. rabbi of the Synagogue ut Lex ington avenue and Seventy-second street. The synagogue is one of the oldest and. richest in the city, and Dr. Lustlg OC-' ctiples a high position in Hebrew so I cleiy. The marriage turned out to be u I failure after un exceedingly brief honey- moon. The cans- of their trouble is alleged by the plaintiff to have been the refusal nf Dr. Lustlg to hand over the dowry whn-li he Is said lo have prom ised wlih his daughtsi Hlrschborn, who Is twenty-nine years old. said thai Dr. l.ustig employed B Bchlff, s real-estato dealer, as a go-between, and paid him BOM to make the mutch betw-en his daughter and the plaintiff Hlrschboi n who had just returned from s trip tu I Europe, was Introduced to Miss Luatli earl in .laiimut. and the marriage soon followed. Hlrschbi in declares thai la Lustlg promised to pay him G000 after , th- marrluge, and that he has failed to do so. The plaintiff toll his wife, about a month ago, that If her father did not hand o.-r the i.i,onn he would sue him. The young wife replied that If suit was brought -lie would testify for her father, Then Hlrschborn told lo-r that its mum iiii-one oetw.-en ner liuslian-l end her father. Sue chose the I itter. and Hlrschborn left her. She sued lor abandonment, and Police Justice Koch ordered him t-. pa hei week!) alimony. The bouse In Second avenue wss fur nished by relatives of the young couple. but Htrm-hhorn u.sserts thai most of the furniture b. longs to him. Ulrs.hborn lives ut No. 00 Seventh street. He re ceivsd yesterday, from his wife, a letter. In which she said, among other things: When s man ran. ewer fruro hi. wife to. VSI -nil did, yon da not i-v.n denrrv. s fhslr. Th. .h-nx. are venr. hn i.u rhooae to lit lih )our wife, not oiurrw'.. I sin vour wlf. KATIK IIIHSCHBORN. The next move in court Is a suit, to be brought by Howe A Hummel, in behalf of Hlrschborn to recover the I6.0UU sl leged to have been promised from Dr Lustlg. Vngel Hi. .Hi, rs, The well-known reliable clothiers, are coming to Harlem. They have opened their new store, 22SJ and E Third ave nue, Just below tine Hundred and Twenty-fifth street, with an elegant new stock of Spring clothing, furnishing goods and hats for men. boys and children. Mr. Jacob Vpgel will give this store his per sonal supervision, and It will astonish Harlemltes how cheap reliable and per fect rttlng clothing can be sold. This establishment will be opened to-day, and for the first three opening days will offer special bargains In each department for the purpose of making their new Har lem store known, wiien Vogel Urothers say they will give Tiargains. It Is so. Intending buyers and everyone else I should look out for Vogel Brothers' Luster opening. Third avenue, near One Hundred and Twenty -fifth street V Simpson, Crawford Simpson, Crawford & Simpson. & Simpson. Thursday, rRtDAY, Saturday Special Easter Sale ''7 I B0YS, CL0THNG) Oeat bale Of Hats and Shirt Waists. fVlEZINTS Thin 9tock repreeente one of thr targeat aaaorttnent rQQTPr IvPPkuOQr "' '"" 'sl ""'x" ""' '"""- LaOICI llUUlllTCUl ,. Ao,ulH to ho found in the Consisting of city. 3,500 Dozen Scarfs F"v"' Boys' 2-iiccD Suits u to is yests), of finest quality, and in the, 3.93 an(, 4.98 J very latest styles of Tecks, lcUuU valut, oon ,, 7Jt(K Four-in-Hands and Imperl- als, at the special price of Long Pant Suits , r, to K years). Q 7.98", -"'""" '"""' ''''' -IsY h Snrina Overcoats 1 15 to is years), g7Q Actual value 12.00 6th Avenue, 19th tO 20th StrBBt. confirmation Suits (Btoisysm). In Hlater's Blur TrlcOtS, 5 98 Actual vuluv fi.00 ORIENTAL BREWERY, h. .o-c,p. - , ,.!. . ' Latest styles in Vmthe' and Iloys' ZOO'eslo Bs OOtn St Alidnes aril Derby s; und all the HH m " f asjH am a Spring novelties for the little fellows. If I A C. t ii t HI shirt Waists. QflAV DCbbTD '""' '''hr-""1 "tar-' and "Mother's j II le WL W' 1" m i sT wsv v II mm 9m bsb 1 1 un, domestic putteriiB that cannot be Now on Draught at All Our Customers'- ,ound "lwl" THE JACOB HDFFMUNN MEijjjj CD, 6th Avenue, 19th to 20th Street. HENRY VOGEL, THE ORIGINAL FOUNDER OF THE VOGEL CLOTHING HOUSE, ESTABLISHED 1857. GRAND SPRING OPENINC WITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF FINE AND STYLISH CLOTH INC FOR MEN AND BOY8. RELIABLE CLOTHING AT THE MOST MOD ERATE PRICES. 798, 800, 802, 804 3DAve.c'49THSt. OUR ONLY HARLEM BRANCH, NE.M23doU3tlAve THE FIVE ARE INDICTED. Hudson Grand Jury Finds Against the Jersey City Street and Water Board. FR1UD AND CONSPIRACY CHARGED. The Hudson County Grand Jury went Into court at 6.30 o'clock last evsnlng j ami bended up a iiatih of ssvsnty-one I lii'lli'tments. They were received by Judge I.tpnlneott, who hunted back from Trenton for that purpose. Judge l,ip plncott announeed that one of the In dlottnentS would bS held for the Court of i Iyer and Terminer, and the balance could he turned over to the Court of Sessions. The Indictment held by Jndire I.lppin COtt for trial In his own court in against the Jersey city Board of Btrect and Water CotnnilsHloiiers The others are 1 of DO public Importance. The Grand Jury hus not completed Its Investiga tion of the Hoard of freeholders. i There ure five counts In the Indictment i uKainst the street und Water Commis sioners one charges frn-i I in the pur chase Of oil from the Jersey Cltv Kupplv I Company, another In for alb :.'! fraud In the construction of Public sn. l No :t. I und n third charges fraud In the r urn ! out of street-pavliiK contracts. The I other two allege COnsplrSI 10 defraud th.- city in the matter of pur basing sup , piles and awarding contracts. The accused Commissioners are John i F, Madden. Charles J. Bomers, ESdward ! A. 1 oix. in. Willi. i in H. Cook .ii. 1 Stephen V. roe. They will DS notified to-day to appear In court to plead to the Indictment. K0 BID F0K BAKER'S F ARM. Morbid Feopls Were Essay, However, to Secure Smsll Relics of ths Tregsdy. NEW BRUNSWICK. March Jl. -Notwithstanding the rain and bad roads there was quite a large crowd at the public sale of the Moore Baker farm and personal property at Franklin Park this afternoon. The farm cent line forty acres, with good bouse and barn, and Is worth from S2.M0 to H.0Q0. 1'here wus not a single bid for It to-day. i ruin conversation among the crowd It was learned that the puce Is regarded as undesirable, be cause of the crime committed there. All the etock, farm utensils and house hold furniture was readily bid off at good prices. They brought between SSoO and J70U. and It was evident that many of the articles In the house were bought sa souvenirs of the tragedy. Moore Baker's present Intention Is, if he can sell or rent the farm, to devote bis at tention to the bores business. Help Wanted- Female. A iiKKMAM mm. io'du general buuaowork lu a -.mall fannl). 1:1.1 1 sal 47th it. lliil 'KVYiHK -In a private fmullv a girl for' Keuerill hoSSeWorki must lie goo-l i-isik Ulel tiring references: llertiinn or Si-uliilltiavlan pre lern-il i u guoil lal-e fora Ri ml gill. A; I. . . soon at i-'i w. tc i. it. Situations Wanted Male. liKI l-.i '11VK i.rk wsnteil, liadowlngl evT ileiae, private liifonnatlon. ,o-. , stiywheritj any line, term in, derate; ii-ntneoiiiiileii-i.il. i Hviinou, 45 WlllOSfby si., Hiooklya. FERDINAND WARD MARRIES AGAIN. J (Bpfdal to Thr Woti4.) QKXKeUtO, .N. Y,, March 21. pBrdlnand Wud an 1 MIm Delia A Btoror, of Btntan leUaAd. wort inurricil at H o' olock ttiis OVSUtng tt llio roaJdeucooI ir. i, . West, onuueio ut tlio bride, ami ly Hcv George K. Ward, pi PsUUvUle. actHi-in ui the brulegODom, uiuy tba iiniiit-iiutc ratutlvo- ul tin- lurtl.- woro pmetlt. uii'l (he I'lijityun-nt u- niurirt! by ttia unavotuable aiat)oc nl Mia btorer. rather. Mr. Wajil M)i tiiitt, nltbouyh in- plamfor Ihefuturaire uol cloarh Uenued, IteexpectM to return tv uenofeo ftii enter loutt biuliiew after -i-ttlltn n his aftau- in Sew York, liw buu, now ten veuMitil. win hereaftet live with j hii futhi'r, and tho plan is too rupy the old Ward lionu'tivatt in which KerUluaud uu- born. There w a report timt either w i I or hn ' wilewill buy tin.- uroivrt'. but althuuuh Mr. Wafd hai Kpntreuti) lx' n hjieiidlnfE mouey Irvttli kinre nil return to ni- native town lie Infelsu that hi u uothina lyoud what ho nooreama, and that hii irV s property oou iltU nulnl in i-mMi'ie pxm tatlonn TDnt)eht a cerctnonj m brought a ml ndnutititi to a month 01 no lii.tr exeitemenl In I Ueueoeo, ihe pteaun.tla rippip which waa rttuwd of Mi. ward return ith a wautm ! i"M ( trunk- mu- vatl) luWuaifled wueu I MtM .-ton-r upi-oiir -t ut th line free Inn, and it oama iHtfi ,.i .m i that a wedding imaht ohorU) ba looked fur. ghe la thirty, a doseu yeati younger thutt her huimnii. (all, itatelv, bloi '..' un 1 raepQMbjalnf, and the dauKhter , i John r. Monir, k ri. n banker oi htabui Ulaud. 1 1 io totiplt have been utmost eon I tlnuall) together through the day ol the paal Week, ana ,---, 1ms I .-."i aaape lneo Mr. I Wurti t-euU'.cnil) ih'cltnt' 1 nnid last eeeidng I u tako the town people Into ins couildonce un t u iTtLlsfly Whan ttit- mdding mitflit be expecteti. fur daoullt hit fault, and hut dit-graiv, the people t.f ' ..li.'y, ., ore uof a llttla pr md oi Fe r dtuaud Ward. When ht WCUl to Ni-u York, beeanw (atuoiu. and MvminKl) praoperout th. ro Uity thuuxht Ithn a prince union, iiu-u. Munv, li.di-vd, were di-is.vt. to opuaone hu laiuli when (hey tM rrv,alfl and to think that he had only utvtn th- Wall ttreeteea .vhat they doaervM for dt-etduK and ruuuux u tvrtatn other young Geeouji. At ttny rate, if tu-. blamrtl Kervlluaud Ward, they have torgotUu hU hIiib In thr memory of their vear of tipin tlou. During hit) tav her- h ha- U-eit u-tt-d and rsrtu-l aud almost lioinotl by un-u and women alike. And there will be none to re mind him bv art or word or look of theuuhappy ttuujjf. ni hU pant when he coiuaa I-ack to dwell 1 i.-lf oiiv u.oie. Wlwi Baby waa aick, we gava her Caivtorta, When aba waa a Cbiid. aha cried for Ceistorte, Whan atw beoataa Mlao, ahe olom; to Caatoria, WAvaeiaeMleadailUraa.alM i ,eR Die ejT or Spring Overcoats and Suits FOR MEN. BOYS AND CHILDREN at prices lower than ever before. Men's Spring Overcoats SIO.OO to 928.00 Men's Fine tultS I 2.00 to 30.00 Boys' Long Pants. aaa ,oooto ,aoO Confirmation Suits, V4to i?; iao to IB,UU Boys' Suits (ages 4 to 14) 4.00 to I O.OO Children's Velvet, Junior Jersey and Novelty Suits, at moderate prices. Easter Neckwear in delicato shades, at 48 and 98 cents. Send for our Handsome Illustrated Catalogue, ahowing the newest Spring stylos of Clothing, Hate, Shooe and Furnishing Coods. VOGEL BROTHERS, 8th Ave., cor. 42d St. ESTABLISHED 1857. OPEN EVENINGS. Spring for Spring. THE FAIRY, SILVER, SPIRAL SPRING. (Pat. APri.ien roH.) Portable, Sizable, Adjustable, Vermin Proof. Remember, fits any bud. A child can handle it. A Beautiful Conversation Chair, $1,75, Must be see i fo be appreciated. F.I.KOANT r-AULOH HhliltlHlM BUtTS, CH'MKKn Y, HAHY CAHRIAOBS, F.TC. , FTC.. AT tOWKST PRICEH. CA8H OR TIME. LUDWIG BAUMANN &. COMPANY, COR. 121HT ST. AND :J1 AVE., HABLKM. OPEN SATURDAY EVENING TILL 10 O'CLOCK. Auction Sales. Auction Sales. i i ii vuliiil mi -vi.i ill AUCTION. ITIIOI'T it i:lll n . i I UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. II V (lltliKIl (IK II rfl III.N, .Ml lilhl Jlr.T H r. TO-MOHhOW (KKIHAY). BBtllNMINU AT II A. M.. AT AUCTION SAI.ESUOOM Or . V I II I' x H I MN. AClTlilM-llts M llnWI.KY, A M.MiMKH EST AM) V I.V A III.K CULLECTION OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES and JEWELRY. Superb assortment of Ruby, Sapphire and other Precious Stone Jewelry in an unusual variety of settings. Also a handsome Diamond Necklace. Thr l.uld IVnielir. ..-Ill Inrlmlr split -ri-nniN, ITv lln,-'.-.. (ii.rtfr H.randa. ..limi i- ii ml i.'Miir:i-i- lii. nr II iim-iii ri -. bv Jiilit. .1 -i i ui-ii-i-ii. T'lltnuy, llmiuenn. How. Ulll UDll .lllll T null. I llllll.r-r-. -llllll- ..IfURIll 'I I I" 111 'HI -I- in I I ' ll i' Hli-li,.. AI.sil A (.I.XKHAI. tiWOIiTAlKN'l I '1 . lion 1; .1 1 UT.I.It Y. hi i.YFHWARI-.. OPKRA.IILASHrX, ou.vs. rUCVOLVUBU, St . Shrewd Buyers will perceive their opportunity. HI M(1NIS U1I.I Hi; ol KI-.llKIl AT 1 O'CLOCK. noons ON KXHIIUTIoN II to 11 A. M. MMMMMMMMHWMHilMI.MMMI.MMII...IMHM. Easter Furniture. Wi: IIKSIHI TO M AKK Vlll'l! HOME MORS COMFOR1 M'.Li: for UAMTKK ANI THERE BY ADll TO VOIR HAPPINESS; NONK Alir TOO POOD To TAKK AIiVANTAOK OF Tills OPVBR, LONGEST CREDIT GIVEN. No Money Down. Rl MKMlll'R THIS OFl'KR 18 FOR KAHTEH WEEK I HUNT LET IT PASS. EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING. Furniture. Carpets, Bedding;, &c. J. BAUMANN & BRO. 1313 to 1315 Third Ave., Hot. 75th and 76th &tn. TOTHBT. ELBVATBDRR. OR 1 ABIJCCAR8, Opi-ii rNltimliiy. till lu 1'. M. Excursions. New York and Long Branch Steamboat Co. IltgltM.lif HtUrdS-, M.ir.'h M. Mtitjr PftllM iMsVM foot of Jam- M. . N. U. , lil PXl ipl uu iluy. . 1 A. M. li.i::'it MptWttl lor iMMkbrlflit. M- i; ;.."ir 'i I'. ... 'i I "('. n :. r. 1... ti(.; HrBIH'll UIlil i(riiiM-iiMrt. Rxounton i loktis fio Ctuta. Furnished Rooms to Let. HT. MAMK'n PLAClt, 41H, Nir.lv furiilht'd Mnclf nn I dOQblt roomi liT tiMitlotntMi tnl'. 8. fit. GOWPERTHWAIT I CO. Specla I Term h hi cle fo ai.f f n nybody PURNITURE, CARPETS. Everything for Housekeeping. 193 to 205 PARK tiOW, BLTWEH CITY HALL & CHATHAM SQUARE I A. -DON'T TRIFLE WITH YOUR EYES. It will past you nothing to have your . ' cxamtntd by ft practices optMau. jGOSTAVE WALTEB OPTICAL CO. (te III MAIOIN I.ANK. NK.W YORK. HARLEM RIVER PARK. DOOiiS NOW OPEN FOR F.NGAIILXIENTS FOR F1-HITVAI.S. 4c OrPIOB. I27T1I STUKHT A: 8IJ AVE. BREAKS ALL RECORD!. i The World's CIRCULATION for ths first two months of B 1884 averaged. Dally, 433,167. p.JUhitaA0 Are showing letest spring styles in HEN'S Ititcjlctkiucar and will oftYr Friday and Hatur dii v two special lots at ice. oec. VfJ and JJ each. ALSO HEN'S REAL KID GLOVES J -g r fas refrulnr value 18th St., 19th St.andSiljth Ave. iistti St. Station novated Road.) Spring Sale of Carpets & Rugs, Best Body Brussels, 8$ cts. (Formerly $i.25.) jo Oriental Rugs. (average size 3ft. 6in.x5ft.) $4-75-Lord& Taylor, Broadway St 20th St Terms and Prices TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Prior to Removal TO III H NI W VIIHCls. 171. 173. 175 8TH AVE.. COR. I9TH ST., vnc will mnrosE of our BrTTBB STOCK AT AMY F1UURK AKII WILLNOTREMOVK ONK DOLLAR'S WORTH OF FURNITCRK, CARPETS, 111 Iiih.m:, kr. EVIiUYTlllNu MV.sT RK SOLD, AND TOUCAN llt'V uilii I HI 1 I 111 1 .11 1 A.--H oil UN 01. 11 No Money Down WE MARK TTTT OTTF.R rNOTinErt Tn AT THOSE WHO nAVF. NOT THE READY CASH CAN GET 90MB OF THE BARGAINS WE PROPOSE TO OIVE. AND WILL ACCEPT ANY REASONABLE OFFER FOR OUR UUUJH SOONER THAN III- MOYi: THE SAME. WHEN "NO MONEY DOWN" SYSTEM TS AVAILED OF, ALL WK ASK 18 THAT YOU SATISFY US YOU ARETHERKiHT I'ARTY; NO OTHER CONDITIONS ARE EXACTED, I WK MAKE NO OTHER DISTINCTION AND , INTENDTHIS ADVERTISEMENT iuilnAN j EXACTLY WUAT Jl bTATESk NO MONEY DOWN. Everything for Housekeeping. Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, &c. J.&S.BAUMANN, 733. 735, 737, 739, 741, 743 8th Aie. Cor. 4UTHMT. OPEN SAT1'1UA INTII.'Jl' M. U FURNISHED ROOMS 1 , 'sesRVeBnLHIsMelseBHeFJjateeeeVlslsBSBeiSBBdel TENANTLESS ROOMS ARK A CAUSE OF DISCONTENT. THE THE yy THE A THE BEST ft CHEAPEST ft QUICKEST ft R Q H T WAY WAY WAY W WAY TO SECURE RELIABLE TENANTSADVERTISE IN k THE WORLD "r mssssB.,ssi usasrv J-lunms SUNDAY REMEMBER THIS RATE: A Flats and Apartments, Furnished Rooms lf -Jp ( and Boarders Wanted Advertisements not J4JI 1 WORD ( exceedin J4 Words, will be accepted for jvv ADVTa 3o Cents. CENTS. MsssB,mssssBBli AT ONCE! CALL AT OUR MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR EXTRA ORDINARY BARGAINS JORDAN ' MOBIARTY, 207. 2071-2. 209, 211 & 213 PARK ROtf Near Chatham Square. N. Y. FURNITURE. C1RPETS. 8c. SPECIAL THIS MR $4.73, WORTH AT LRAST $10. This solid Oak Extension fable. 6 feet long; ' leuantly finished, FREE THIS WEEK ! FOUR SOLID OAK, CANE SEAT DINING CHAIRS AND ONE SOLID OAK, CANE SEAl ROCKER GIVEN AWAY FREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF S40.00. NO MONEY DOWN. on ran mako your own termn of paymeut. Dentistry. PAINLESS DENTISTRY. DR. 0. W. HALL'S ni.w iii;tiioi. Tteth tNtraetvtl positively painlal frlttiflfi fia, chloroform or Ether Jr. C, Jr. rit M Hihave., Newark. H. J., nays: "I iimlHt b extru'-te'l ut Ir. Hull's I'eutal l'artiira withook il.- i'.i t partule ot i ;i:n and withuiit loaa uf rna bciouhiitiss. " 1 1 uiii i iv J i ut LeatlmunLals M ulUo. kM3 ITH0UTPIATE Onid orownt and teeth without pintM inserted, Edtiveiy paunjeee. m reMopeble ruee. STGi TKkTII. ONROBBKK FLATS. Sift COLD WLLIMOS. n.M ri'WABP. Ml.VKIt KIMINI.-i. 7.V. UPWABB I llllnr- ih.i-ii.-.! p.iliiU-sslyaiiil ivarrnuti15years. 0.W.HALL,1.D.S.V Hill IIICOAIIWAY, 2 nonr Hi-low Sfld !.. NEW YORK. Itiiun: H A. M. In H I". M. Hm.ilsya. lllrol Railroads. "AMERICA'S GREATEST RAILROAD. NRWYORK (entral fc HUDSON RIVER R. R. From (lran-1 renlral Hlatlon. 41 si. S.HII A. M.-Kx'-epi Hiimlay. Kmplre -Hate .. J-.si'res I ul!.-.! iraln In the wurld. H.llli A. it. -lislly liwl Mull. J-ur Uullalo. SIU Hffiini PsJIa l hlcaun. lO.ao A. M. Kiospl Hmrasr. liayKupm. I.UU P. M. -Dally lor Llutlnuall. SI. Lorn, out l titcuso. 8.30P M. -Ki. hunilny. lor Albany an! 4.30 P. .M.-IMUv .New York an1 !1iloa?e Mnilled. Dae Cleveland 7.40 A. it Uel riiH II. ", -V. M. . t-bii-aeo .'jl UO P. M. O.OO P. M. -Dally. 1 or ClevclanO. Detroit I htraso ami St. I.m. . 0.2:. J' M. -Dally. Pnr llurllnztan. Plstts. burs ali'l Momri-al. I.illli. M. Dally. I.ir inn",. i;o and Vlacsrs 1'uiK Dally, exrept Sunday, lor.sarauae Lake and Mulnno. P.CO P. M. Dally. Duly Sleeping Oar Pumeo- sera lor Itnelienter rarrlei no Uiii train. O.I A P.M. Daily lor ihlrato and Uctleiubiirt; and etcopt Stlndsy loi t ape Vincent, 0.O4 A. M. and .1. in P M. - Dally -xcr.fi t-tiniliT InrllttuMeld via HarleniDlrlslotl. "aener I'nlare fan. mi all itiroiub iralni. i rain-i illiniitniiieil nv I'mNrli l.iffln. Ticket nd WMner nnico. at (irsnrt central Sl-illnn. 111!. SoT 1W 7K,-., H4illroadiraT, ifl OOlumbtu ave.. fkl Weal Tilth t, .-md llisthiu ttutlon. .New York i 3:1! U'.iliim.-Ui-i hu. ,-iil'Jt. I0n SI, andTI I'.roadwav, I--. I). . Ilrooklrn. , Haireaee ebeeked irom lioiel or nwldeiicebrtil iivii KiSremnS, ; JOIIX M TO! l ICY. (lEOItdR It. nAXIKr.S. (jeneml Mai,atrer. QoO. Paaa. Avent rolsreprrwntatTnns. J. K. ninld .11 Maiden Line. i WII.I.Co.V .1 i. hi;-. Anlomatle, nommtle. New Home Wlilte, Muter, Hnniiehold, tbe wei known Kroje. SIS up ; vood aerolld-hand Hewloe machines, from -III up, lor cash or moutbly uj ini-iiiH. We exchunse. rent an 1 repair all kluls ol nuiclitnes Kru-w M'I's Co.. 124. K. 14tlnt. I 20.11 -rand at. - i HI AMuNlis. Watches aiid jewelry mlrl on i-reillt tn raspenslble partlea. H-nrl Hi-baap, Bl-n.1 Maiden lone. Real Estate. TTslI ATI l I lii-lin-lll liiiliurliw-lliln I rNArl Y lomiuuteaoj -. v. i -- ILIIrll L I I i-iii,,. Tbe plooe tn 00 . . "iiind build. lita S10t and A I ; nun-ant. Kahylemia sens ft. ! f.Vni-iiiv llNVEATDKB- III ell : BY e 00. lSaBrosdsrs. Business Opportunities. ftEHTAPn NT Tli JJ-rr to a rood. eiperTenceJ I caterer, who bun Mirlicli-nt meanatn malnlaln and operaia.1 ilr i i.... restaurant now dolna s I fnml Iin.inesa In one of tin-beat location In ISS cltv: will luriu-.il ri-nl. lu-lii and heat free to s reaponslble nun; no other need apply. Address, ..lib i, i,i,-;,, ,- P. , i on -jstl i pi., mi World. Sporting. BjrVI'I.R IIAKCAUin.-eirtn Pnfetle.. now f.'-. second-hand, UCmSUB, Ills haraiiliia miii !; a ,,n .i lis W. ISSTMi'T.. IMIWXTUVVN BKANC H. 88 Verk Plsee. " Hel p Wanted Ma le. WANTED- Kxlra hat aalesman fur Silunla eveolnss at Ttndale'a, S4M 3d sve. J? GET YOUR L I Almanac V At the Nearest Newsstand M V 25 Cents. J