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8 TIIK WORLD I THURSDAY EVENING, MAKtH 29, 1894. i ADAMS & CO. I On every tide the trade come rolling in, and here I M-we a few of the special reanonn Why It come. ! 8ONNETTECORSET8. "NADINE" CORSETS. xiOIBCiv THK NAOINH Ib thi most p.rfarily -TWTr'aJ WORTH shappd . . r j t ImpnrlP'l nnd Is rsfersasly Sfi .WvLh it tO IfUnin tnanufartureil lr Parts f r "tir exclusive &ij1TCTiiISL?!ww trade It romtilnen I excellence nf ff. ' fflt'T HB iMsfrT-rf French matf-rtal w rkm.mshli) .:il til t fffrj 4' r rr 1tl w'"' lh' I' ' '' listed inlsltc I lis j J yJ S UU Amcrlcrn shape from which It Is m -l . Vi I III I JJ A Thli Corset fives an exieeliim J I li'lf Brac.fuln.aa nf outTtns t the tiKure. i Ws havs -ot 00 eloien of the do- . IISIIII till ! bntl Bonnette Corsets (like lllustra- f JBiMUWi VeV l Mon), made of French sateen The Son- jglWk BUItl'LuV )! f Iietts Is manufactured In thi country m Wafllllll TlsW ; by the Importers of the well-known B ffl' WllVl VYsV P Corsets anil hns all the superiority ff I If FIBIIH rWllV 3 flf th. lon-walsted. perfect-flnlng -hn.e -- BLf I III 1 all! for which the C. P. Corset Is so famous g WjfcL' llllll 1 ilW I We have them In gray, whit" nn.l black. sHHlllKCtBflUr . I In all slset. In the style known as i INS "HT "'aasaafri'l B I Ujj ft iffr J the reulsi retail price of which Is UI htl.79lWdkW ) 5 .00 a pair, which we will s. U at the tN "WPy racial barsrsln price of WS bMF QQ I throurh its tendency to Impart a 2r leriKtl.cnlni? "fTect to the waist nnd to . reduce the size. We have them In three I R i a- " """" "" "" lengths, perfectly .... i. I to lit all ' 'till) auallty Ladles' Terrln's Lacing shais to perfc -tlon. In .Irak white and t fetud French Glace Kid nioves. like hla. k. and In .ill les In Italian cloth. j out. In tans, English reds, browns, mitten and coutil. from ! Nile gray, plum ami black; mfCk Q V ef-fc bargain price 3m3wZ3 I if r-y-rr IQ.OO rJ" SPECIALS IN SHOES. P DiO quality 7 Foster hook French Suede I ;, A JB J fi Kid Qlovea (like lllustrntloni In hand- ! T V i MM M some shades of mode, tan. brown. Kng- I TV f TT t lish reds, grays and lilac k, with hooks I .. . ' the aame color as gloves, every pair I HX ii'iaitiy. I, juarairteed not to rip or tear I HiX worth .l. at - ( "on flrat trying on; bargain 7Q V .--N 4 T (r j priM -zw m"" 1.89. buttons. In beautiful colors of V. sizes 6 to HI ..worth 1.j, at plum and eminence; bargain J Q - 1 -- t I rio- -49 V 79c. : LAOIES' & CHILDREN'S HOSIERY S "AWiSk,- Ladles' Richelieu nibbed Lisle Thread V., ' gv-.,y QOn Hose, In tans, suedes, modes. grHys, "'" a. Russian blue, eminence, hello ami two- Men's sizes, ". ti 11. j toned, with fast black boot and the yXf regular price fcl.5'1; our I ' daintiest of light-colored r"" a j.rlce B.3II tops; sold everywhere at OR it Boys' sites 2 1-1 to B 1-1. 1 Dc.. at i regular price. ux. our a. price l .: ladles' Opera length Cotton Hose. L , " , Richelieu ribbed and plain, two-toned. I ,rTl X ,,."!'." ,'!. with warranted fast black boots, never V "-r, 1 1 to-', regu lar fore.."old,or.,e"8,h"n.Sfl'.: .35 r3 price. ::. i Ti ,' lferSi!n?ee,du,fas? ? Sou?fi MUSLIN & SILK UNDERWEAR. knees and heavy; one of the best school Ladles- Cambric Corset Covers. V stockings made, for thev hardly ever ,,.), nt m,,.rting and fine 4 Q 'J wear out; all sizes. to 10; cannot h Hamburg edging. In all sizes . I CT SSSPsL TJZP"?, fr 1 9 ladles' Muslin and Cambric Chemise than SOc. to 40c. at . r Bn1 Drawer. nrPy tucked and ' Children's Two and One nibbed Cotton trimmed with Torchon Lace. Q rf Hose! double knees, double soles and regular price, 79c. at J7 yt high spliced, warranted fast black. Lndles' Muslin Night Robes, tucked, Pf standard goods; sold elsewhere from yoke and Insertlngs of Cue r!. to Mc. a pair; all sizes OR Hamburg, regular price 8Uc, CS Q Co 10 Inches, at W at 4 57 : SIXTH AVENUE, 2 1ST TO 22P ST. IP DETECTIVE III TO BE TRIED, it ' ;. $ Inspector MoAvoy Will Lay His ' Case Before the Board, Klrln nod His Relatives Tell the Story of Their Arrest. Detective Allan Hay, nf the West Thirty-seventh street station. Capt. Price's I ward man. will have to stand trial be fore the Police Commissioners on n Charge of assaulting and maltreating Mveral prisoners whom he urrested In Eighth avenue on March 26. i; ' $ Hay w.ib before Inspector McAvny at li- 1; Police Headquarters this morning, its ff' Were also the complaining witnesses, 5! ji Jacob Klein, Paulln Klein, his slster-in- t. i Jaw; Mary Klein, the hitter's daughter. f ' And Otto l-'.lHiiascn I . Mrs. Klein told the Inspector that !- 1 j' rtsctlve Hay found Jacob Klein, who Is L an Invalid, lying In front of their door. fi J;, KS Kighth avenue, en the evening In B J. question. He abused the- old mm. nnd 5 Whtn Bhe went out to Intercede for her B brother-in-law. Hay assaulted her. Hay C i was Intoxicated, she said, and whin !' j Vary Klein, the daughter, uppear-d the E ' Aetcctive knocked her clown and struck & f her on the breast a . Hay. st:e ihen stated, arrested Jacob tf t an,! pmiltne Klein i:isoasen. who I. a I' en ..: . i lu be married to Mary Klein, T followed. I At the station-house Huy made a j it . . against IJlsoasen and locked hint i P- tjeveral v.'ltnesses corrol rnte-l the complainant.-' story, all of which was fettled by Detective Hay. He, ir. defense, contended that Jacob Klein w:i.. helplessly Inl ixlcated in th. street and when he lifted the old man up to hla feet the latt-r tinned to as sauil him. In the btrulc- with Klein the other members of lh family Int.-r-fere I. and Mrs. Pauline Klein stru. k the detective Inspector M avoy decid ed to have the detective tried. Hay will be tried n-xt V Inesday. HAD NESS ARRESTED. lliii'r Tlii-nil'l ArriiRfi II lm of MlKnpproprlnlliiN: ' nllectlnns. 1. k i. N'ss woi ftrr t-,,,i i lay by BXg Ib'::d"I by Judge F" ...-1 ::;-. of the flM'T'" iBE'it. Court, In -it. u tion b jun uga.nfl If f . by Edward Fitzsrerald wWmMmBBmwW FlZA-v tl i- V iHh;-i: iBcaaD I " I 1 ' i'fuSf r-t I . N - V. , I - A plnyt l by him an n F.t R- $ nrttd chargfg h'.n with having : jff Jiyi from j uimnra an1 keeping t'.. 11 money. UU bail w i- li.'', .ii fji :? Seventh Hcmninil RCptlon y I Th rooeptton t. v vn i ihf -..-r-ri i:,.Ki B WMtK.t to ltk frfrndu th: : lu M .1 r. ri V oamworalion of lh.- Itin.'.tM -.n 1r. hr ., ., j 4bC. pnjBiive to a m t Li in,.ni n, JPfnc will b a r-i it-w r.' tY- r.- :.,. n ,v JWfi UmiI FltiKefild. apI th- !.,, of iMitW lor long and fttlUtful mri l mim (. M4 T,hy Trnilf I n for ,iten'.' irir i" i"'"' Preaa.) PKKVSR. Col.. Marra iD Kraiik ! and LnSn U PtTt" owoora of n.errl hLiu!)t ihiimnd 1 t N, is-a wortn of proptriv la th li-JM.vtr, r r t raatart yavitrday no th i-harg- or bavin hrib.d - jycasm to -u fur aDnuxatlua lienwr b giving Um lota. -r . k Hl;;li vliu 4 uriilwil. '4 jffan-1 rarnlJ of alt (be -aiV 1 1. . f 1,,. ,, If ff!i rtf wtll fc atlJ tu-a JV fvt-iung at K ai m-tJmk.trtu' J aaa b SAYS STRIKERS PURSUED RIM A Silk Weaver Claims He Was Threatened with Assault. One of the Accused Held for Ex amination. .Jncoh IMIks. nf ao:i Him street, Antorln. wnn hlcl by Justice Blmmi at the Hnr lMii Polios Court thlj morning, on a charvo ft abusing mtci threatening to as Hiiuit Joseph HermeSt iiIho h resident of Astoria. The arrest 1 on outcome of the strike of th.. Bilk weavers employed until six weeks an., in the factory of A. & M. Hlumentnal, at :'ci to ill) W.st Eighty ninth str. et. Dllks is one of the- strik ers, and It Is alleged that they have be..n 1 in- 'i.i-1 dally in abusing and us sault'na the men now In the employ of the firm. riermes says that on Monday laot lMlks and three cither men. not vet art-sir 1 followed him after he l"ft the factory In the evening and threatened to assault hint II. took refuge In Central I'atk and appealed to a police man, who drove the men away. Whet) he reached the east side of the Tark ..n hi- w.iy h mi. . he says l focin 1 that h'.s persecutors had crossed by the transverse road and were lvin in wall fjr him. They Intercepted mil I assaulted him, he alleges, one of thera t'i" wing n knife at him, nnd he ran ..II , the way to the Basl Ninety-second street leiry. the tnt-n follow ng closely and threatening him all the way. whin he c,"'t on board of the ferry boat, be claims he appealed to the decK I hands f r protection, and thev would , not allow his pursuers on lcvcrd of the hunt. bilks denied the chart;", and was hell i In .10 ball for examination LEAVEYS BIG VERDICT. 40,000 Dminuti-r fur Injuries Due In the cii'.i Negfleet, One of the larR.'st verdicts ever ren dered aK.iin-t the city in a negligence rise wan found last niK-ht. It was the ise of l'atn. k Leavey to re cover damages for Injuries The case was tried before Judgo Uugro and a Jury In the Buperlnr Court I eavey was represented bj Messrs. Alfred. Charles in I I., ills Sts'kl r Leavey, who was the driver of a wagon, was Injured on i 23, IS91 while driving through First ivenue. in,. wheel f his wagon was caught In .1 hole throwing lmtvey Into the roadway, He wi ' 1 1 "i fj Injm 1 thai ha is confined t.. Itellevue Huspttal for e long time The Htecklon proved the hide ha I heen In the Htr. t for n month. ,1:1 1 th. clt! Inl fall I to rej.alr It. The defense claimed the city was not r. si. n-iM.- for the existence if t:.i hi I" and that the plaintiff met the accident Hit .mil n. gligenee. 1.1 iiiy. alter ten mlniit.x' dcllhera (lot . brouglll In a verdict lor t.n i.i.untifT for tlu.ooo Variety Aolora Ktrnndetl, llv NiBrwInu-l re. sa ) NBW DBOnilltl X... ".; n . a , re !'"" "' ''..' r. ' ., i rK h., ,,, " Pl I ' r un 1 el.- miuicfme-nl ., o. V .-..' "C. a-H u en, I,. I ...a La.lu ,1:, 'Hi'i ul. ,c v.ng n,m SVhen Baby wee . ,t, w, ;;ilTe her CssUwIa, When she imj a Clilld, ),. er,si lor Curtorla, When tw beci...e MKs. she ?;.,... tl riu. , , ( A-U-a Hi. bad aiOdwa, a q. . ,. .hem Caitorl- illlitll I II GIVEN AWAY FREE BY THE GUARANTEE CLOTHING CO.. THIRD AVE.. COR. I27TH ST. THESE Jp'xT AS BrassTables 1 I J I WITH lT 1 f J OF OUR OHII TOPS, j I SPRING Given Away J J I j OPENING FREE m i E w OF to ewrj purchaser Y JLmamA, CLOTHING, Irr pURSHIfiGS- SISwortholClothlng. j I I . until j ' j A HIlOO oHUto. Saturday. March 31. JI W (rTfo JjrxS tS i' n Jy H ""' ' '"" appli- V y "HUf IS xjfe j' rations for saaiples C'lsthlns peirehosril jS" .. Cfl rtSr n ' n'a"""eaent of us Kill lie pressed ff e jt " Idee eel. Iit mull will nnd repaired FKI l: Jrmi f receive prompt at- OFIIIAIII.K. "S.P K i.-eill.eee. GUARANTEE CLOTHING CO., 3d Ave., Cor. 127th St., N, Y. Citv. EHRICH BROS. FOR TO-MORROW. SPECIAL. 550 Ladies' Crmtfl, in newest cut nnd styles, in Kersoy, Covert and Cheviot Cloths, black, navy and tan, at $3.91, $4.98 and $6.98. 300 Suits in Serge, Ladies' Cloth, Casliniero and Cheviot, with tailor-made coat or short French waists, iilaek and colors ; also 2"i0 Ladies' Capes in Clay Worsted, Ker6ey, -a qq Broadoloth and Diagonal, in latest effects at f.vO SIXTH AVE. AND TWENTY-THIRD ST. PRIVATE WIRES TO GO J Board of Electrical Control Orders Them to Be Out To-Morrow. Ten or Fifteen Thousand of Them Strung Contrary to Law. Result of the Telephone Company's Complaint. A RiiriK oT mrn will Rt irt nut to-morrow t-e cut down nil private telephone, tele graph, ilKml and el., 'trie wires In this city. Orders to t tint effect were Issued by the Ilnanl of Electrical Control to day. There nre between 10,000 and 15,0i"i0 pri vate wires of all klti'ls strung across str- ets and over housetops, all of which is contrary to the law. Since the patent on the Hell telephone expire, 1 there h;iH been an ei orni.ms IncmiHe In private telephone llne-8. The apparatus can lee purchased for a few dollars now ani by ::i' i u-.i a wire cheap telephone communication can be esuhllshe'l he tween two points, with the alvantage of being exclusive. The Telephone Company, which is com pelled to place- Its wires ui .-b' rfc ruu n. 1 mil which pays a blK rent f'ir the use of the subways, has called attention to the vio lation of tin law by Individuals, who have established private lines, to the elet rlnniit ..f telephone stock dividends The Board or electrical Control took prompt action by ordering the destruction of the private lines. The removal of these wins will cause considerable Inconvenience in Wall street, the dry-goods district and in storehouses and factories where private Wires at" principally used it has been the practice of Wall street bankers and large business-houses with branches In different parts of the city to connect their establishments by pri vate wire. This has Insured them prompt communication, and saved them fr.'tn the ann.eyliiK . I 1 1 v "f IicIhk Inter fired with by a cross. , wire, or he-Ins told by that sweet-voiced creature, "Cen tral," that "Number 'Steen 'Steen's bUSy lee.V-hy" Here, ft. t this heretof.ere prlvllened ll.ISS Will h.lV. IO like' Its .'hee e .!'. the nst cf p.itie-v humanity on tne underground wires, and pay regular rates. Tin- order of the lt.'.ird of Electrical c-nir"! will n t effect private wires strung within any building. The Board of Electrical Control has Jurisdiction eeniv over eat sei v, ires. Secretary Moss consulted Mayor Ollro it regard to i' war on private wires to day Bupl Cutler, of the- Teli phone i ' "tn-.e ni . was press it Mr. Moss all ti.-it within a month there would ii"t be a wire In sight on any principal thoroughfare, s methlna which ii" other city In the world could boast "f Brentng II lar h Rehonl Hpenkers, Tlir 'Ic. iHlc.n ..f Ihe UlSS e.h' .r. le.t t i;n prli-iprltln i le-.-t .f tiee- t'usiral Brtslsi Itlsli S.I,., I 1,11 M.r.h t! mile r.-l last .'e-mrl I.f,ee. ,l Ve T I - T r ". Ile- .. f ,- :, . raOmi Of lh.' I, e. I If, ll.m . ,e If ' M. IStD Wbll VeeTee h, "...f. (.'. ... ., eie.l il- ir r,-, le e f. ie- s. ., , t , , , 111- Irtl e-r I , - id: :,i:, , . S' - n ' V , j W v . i., ti, w. t ; i s,i..:-, , ,,,. i" - r n 'k llurslw Ull I ' m s. n III 1 'i.s tint 1. mo. t: ,rr y , ., 1 -. h "' "' !" h him w v riti.lin n lillin a pa-i In (he- Peateant I', e. a akete i f f i . I, . ei- terra. eei. i (.'inn! s Oflleers, The I 'PI Heiar.l han poet .!., .l t; ,,n .. ! r th" . lie. jlna e.-er Th. jre- Ma: e Thi.rifl(. K Slewin -ii .lent. . .( re ele- led . c -npanv V 'Itiii, Biilnm llrni. Wklta K r-i l.i.,.' , t'bsrl - A luallar, s. ,, i Llsutanaat, William Ii Mav c ..'th,..,,, p I'apUlI, Jiiiee w,,. met, p,.s- .i. t I, .it !!,:,,. fit, i'i,.r, y S-. en I l..."ile'i;uu. lharle-s T Melt,, t .. I . I IPI eln I. Kr.i.k II.. r KTat l.l,.. nen' laeit.s lljnt.l .e, I i.ir'ilr.ii.i I'hailca II II I.' 'v rale. .II,.-, Hani) I. Karla Tr.j.itrir. iei.tl Kuaar.l P Mesjre. S.-. rrlaij Kan da Wanted for rimrity. The Trirlifr- I'lul.. it :,u ,n, jjo :i,hib it, : ' '!'' -in orjaunalloa. v.t-.i, h fui 16a paal 'ir m.rlli'e ktt I'fan fcenllnii alegut t.lM eanpla lallr baa arm .iul an apeal t , I ha publli- tor nnlee Ibe-lr clally expai.r,-a art ciulta knev uiel ibrlr fueida bava run iborl Any a.nalloui leouid Lea aanl lu ma cluu a hoiuva. Jackson's. Special Values in Empire Silk Waists. Ktyle same as above, at the en rcinei v low price of s2.77. The ( ereaiest liiircuinK of the Season. Made in the following popular end ter viceable Silk Fabrics : Striped and Figured Indian, lu Black nn-1 folora. Changeable Peau de Miynan Plain Black and Navy blue liul as. ALSO. Same style, made of best qnality Change, able Tsffetas. with swivel-woren figures, in rich deep sIihiIhh of green, blue, purple in id irin . h dec uli'cllv ilrehsv umst, worth 7. Mi. at $3.08. Silk Skirts. Full size, deep gathered ruffle, in the best quality Imported rnffetaH in plain l'ii 1. and i bail", able colors and striped clients, actual Talus s.uo. at 4.98. OmIhu o Che fsot or the trade ttftklniK urtvasutafcur nftiiMe ailr , only tint- to ruth Burchuwr, 777 Broadway, 9th & 10th Sts. ADLER GOES TO THE TOMBS. Uondsnun Parat Sarrendera the teiMiseil l.n 3 rr. Lawyer Rumual .1. K. Adler. who wn arrested Tuesday on charges of at tempted grand larceny an.l fraudulent Impersonation, nnd was subsequently re leased in it.'si bail, was surrendered to the District Attorney hv his homisman thia morning Kamuel Kurst. of sto Kw- Eighty-second street, was tils surety. it appears that i'urst. riilizin: the gravity of the Indictment! amine: Adler became nervous and Minified his desire to be released from the bon.l lie then tuineei ; r over to the authorities, who committed him to the Tombs. V Nculeciel l.iliicntloii. iFrnni l.tfa ) "Miss Bean lei gh." said the sweet Phil- iblpbiii. 1.1 ih,. fair llostoi. Ian. "do you like scrapple?' "Scrapple' Birapple" queried the fa'r Hostonian "I never heard of hl-n hut h is he written'.'" fBREAKS ALL RECORDS- I The World CIRCULATION for the first two months of IHWt averaged Dolly, 433,167. O'NEILL'S, 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. Misses,aInfants, BOYS' DEPT. dept. Special Values. DECIDED BARGAINS Blue Cheviot and FRIOAYaod SATURDAY Se-S . to S years, SSS 3- 4.98 ' Regular value 4.98 and 6.30. in plain and fancy cloths. All.Wool Flannel 2.98,3.98,4.98. Reefers, Regular Prices 3.50, 7.50, 9.00 nicely trimmed. 2 J2 to 8yrs., In Blue, Red and Brown, A O full sleeycs. umbrella backs, T"V3 Regular value 3.25. VoC. and 1.35 Au.wooi Same style in lancy All- CHViOt SlUtS, Wool Cloth, $3.7. . . 1 1 11 1 , j J single and double breasted. (MiSSeS SuitS, Sto.ear, with Cutaway Jackets, in 33 Tan, Blue and Brown, Regular value 5.75. 3 98 and i 75 !5,ue dnd lt, ,,, Cheviot Suits, Same style, with fancy Vest, $6.73. Youths' sizes (31 to 35 inch Breast measure). Children's Gingham Q A O Guimpe Dresses, 0.40 trimmed with braid, 4 to QfCSS SuitS 12 years, n. , r. 111 Serges, Diagonal Uiev- (JQa iots and Tricots s to ivrs., Infflnt8C 4.98 16.00 Gingham Dresses A1,rWo1 Z to 4 years, Sweaters, , 1 in Blue. Black. Gray, White, 79C. L98 H. O'NEILL & CO., H. O'NEILL & CO., 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. 6th hi,, 20th to 21st St. SMOKE 4 Smoking Tobacco. t,i I I ' ' H ;t) Louis XV. Finest Biocalelle Suit, 3 Pc.,'1 9. 50 5 a) EVERYTHING fe I 3 FOR HOUSEKEEPING. - J PltOH THE FINEST TO THE PLAINEST 2 EDGAR UNDER SURVEILLANCE. Defaultine; Bank Glerk to Be Arrested When He Recovers. Ho Stolo $17,000 from the Trades men's Nutloiml Hank. Kr1erlolt C. KclKur. of ftst rireen av- nuc. Brooklyn, formerly discount c i rk of th Trailesmen's National lianU. of 291 Broadway, undsr the surveillance of a detective of the United Btatei Ounran- tee Company and Vlll lie arrcs'c i ;l. sjon nr. he recovers sufficiently from an I nttark cf erysipelas Edgar has confessed that he i., :i ,i. faulti r to tin- extent of abou tji?.ai The . defalcations wore dlsoovered i isl j January by a clerk who t.iok his plaoe when ho was taken in. They extended over a peri 1 of tour oi live .vi-arn. Kcix.ir hail been emili.yej by the hank for nineteen yearB. I He U un olil soldier, onj Is well known I In Brooklyn U. A. R, on 1 church cir cles. He drew a re.lary i.f ll.Tttt, sii'J lived In slyle that Indlc.iteJ the SXpendl ture of a much greater sum. The ilc nclency was made up by the appropria tion of small sums paid to him on notes discounted and then not accounted for In the hank's books Kdar gave a bond from the fnlted States Guarantee Company to tho bank for I10.0W. This Is an unexpertel addi tion to ths bank's funds, and has put the officers In such good humor that they intend to leave the prosecution of Edgir to he Guarantee Company. Secretary D. J. Tompkins, of ths lat- a uI'..HMrn.ran',', '-1Ry "l that EdRar Ik Still too ill to be arrested. He save he will lay th" matter before the direc tors of the Guarantee Company before determining what to do. 'Edgar says he lias hopes of returning the money." added Mr. Tompkins, "but wa have not learned that he saved any money. His wife owns the house he lives in, and It wbh purchased from estate left ICdgar ley hla fnther. He u-na we,) liked, and si-eniH to have been another case of a good mnn gone wrong." Stole Ills friend'! Money. Wlllam Te-rn-r. a 'linitiehorenan Ihlng at f;i Orssswlcll alr.el. aaa a verlroner In the Jefferaeen Market Pelles rcicirt Ibla irirnlns rh.irsM ih larnnv ll'.a SMUaar aaa Thomaa llrannan. an .el. I fne-nel el Tciniar. whu kerpa a aalnnn at difl tlrssswleta Ptra.:. Rsesntl, llr-nnan an1 Tiirner .nl lo a luni-.-al. Their . ie-h lUXipsd (raquasll) ii II.- ay borna an.l (wlh ir.e n tee-ama mora or le- ir i k Turnar Ipc ihr .,.. t, nn e,.r ,, ISd I'n-nnin ahen h. re-i lii-d btmc teeeinet that 111 I head l ! laken Uoth a pnrkMbWk In hla In - I ' ' ' I ' TmxUH protMlnl hla lnn..-1-n le Hi- nii..:i !cilir,i ih ii ', ana tho enh- rain "'' "'' i'"1'' ' Ik. n llv n-nij' an I an th" 'Inns hho I'nea.i .ix l.fl I l ,r Ifltl, li-rtts n I I'lilnrllonlat. Rotaswn I iinej-r a rastaitlssltt Mvsatees I ,r" ,'1 "f - l Dlvlllon alrae-i. uaa hnlt tur I Iris n a 'liarB. ..I burglsr ley Jnatlra Horn In ihr Kavx Uarksl Psllcs rourt to-day, Mra Xfllla Psei eieeii I Iff t'lmton a'raal. allf,ra Ihit .ei Me.ilay last S.e'lrrar Inri-ail an cntran' a IBIS PSr atiartmanla anl itels a trunk, wl.lh " nial.ie Manns a i ir-l anl Jrwelry of tha ;al.ia ol tl.'i. SollrmeT aaya ha aaa arraa c I fcer aplta. Arcnses llrlver llrlleaillrb . Gaorgo Malltnllck. Iwtnly hi.- yeara oM. of IH nre i,i, I attaat. liald tor aaamlnalluu by Juatl'a llosan In tba Eaaai Market Pollu Court lo-ilt'. Ausuat Kraboid, an expresaraan. of 103 Avenue II. for whom he aaa employeM aa driver. ma le. a rkarse or ar.encl larrny asalnat him. Pre bolil aliased that Mellendltk colleotad 171 from cuelomcre. aad appropruuel th. laoaay Is Sla oau uaa. MelleaaUS Seslad Us t.ra. e M-k-ata,.. ,...,., ti i. .:. miLwwMWMWMWMMWmm $5 Umbrellas, $1.97. Fine English guaranteed Silk I'mbrellaa with silk cases and tassels to mstch. pollshetl hard wood handles; best Imported; sold for KM and 1 07 $5.00, all to go at 1U $2.00 Razor, 59c. $50,00 SeWJHg Wade ft Butcher 12.00 ma) a A e I r C Hollow Ground Razor, MO ft 11 111 Q Ull -r with Buffalo Horn ITIflllll (ICl OHllOl mmMW0 Handle, at Be. Every w "J -" samat Razor set and ground jjnoo rhlcago Plnger Sewing Machln-s. ready for use. with a full set of Improved attachment Also a lot of the celebrated Tor- m rey Razor Strops, hand or and a g""nntee for five years, UM swing, regular price J1.00 and 0Q Instruction free. tl.50, at - .00 iao Delight Sewing Machine, tin. Bloomingdale Bros., g gSs. Auction Sales. Auction Sales. AIX'TIU.N MAI.B OF UNREDEEMED PLEDOES, WITHOUT RESERVi; IIt order of B. J. I.emon ,V Son, 47(1 Mxth Are. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY). HKtilNNIXO AT II A. M..AT AUCTION RALBSROOM OF H. I I ic 1 s K i a SON. AOGTIOMBKttMi Mi BOWER. AN KXTRA FINK ANH CHOICE A8HORTMKNT OF Diamonds, Fine Watches, Jewelry, t'helee MverWari Opera Classes. Ilini, llneelre-r.. llelale '! Inalriimeilla. sort numereeiia ether goortee. Dlamonda will he offf rcni at 1 o'clock. Clooda on rililhltlon 0 lo II A. at. Terms and Prices TO SUIT EVERYBODY. Prior to Removal TO QUI! Nl:V STORK. 171, 173. 175 8TH AVE.. COR. I9TH ST., WF WILT, WKPOSF. OK Ot'UKN'nr.KSTOCK AT ANY FIGURE AND WILL nut REMOVE ONE HOLLAR'S WORTH Oi FURNITURE, CARPET, BEDDING, . KVLIiYTUI.No MUST BK SOLD. AND YOU CAN UU aaaae-M YOU EITHER 1,'ABaI OL UN OUH No Money Down RY'STEM. VK MAKe" tttti nvFKH rvoTiniTT tttat THOSK WHO HA VF NOT TTtr. READY CAn CAN GET POME OF THE BARGAIN'S WB PHOPOBETOGIVE. AND WILL Aft'KIT ANY IIKASONAII1.K OFFER FOR OUR UOUili SOONER THAN REMOVE THE ft A MR. WHEN "NO MONEY Dliv.'X" SYSTEM rs AVAILED OF. ALL WK ASK IR THAT YOU lATIsyy i's you Ann the iiioitr PABTYi NO OTHER CONDITIONS ARE EXACTED. WE MAKE NO OTHER DISTINCTION AND INTEND 1 HIS ADVERT ISKM EN 1 ' ' aiaiAN EXAtiteV WHAT II oTAliJ, NO MONEY DOWN. Everything for Housekeeping. Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, &c. J.&S.BAUMANN, 733, 735, 737, 739, 741, 743 8th kit. Cor. 40TH ST. IPEM SATL'ltDA Y VNTI1.H1'. M, HARLEM RIVER PARK. BOOKS NOW OPEN FOR ENOAOEMKNT9 FOR FL8TIVAI.e, OFFICE. I87TII STIIHKT Jb tO AVE. Auction Sales. SHERIFF'S BALE -Stock of pictures, frames. niniilcllnKa. macnlnei mid lllure c I Marlon Art Rooms. .'.6 Weil USUI St. . will lieaolu SI uile Hon Frl.es, March 'Jo, at 11 o'clock, lo satisfy Judsnienta . Steamboats. New York and Long Branch Steamboat Co. Mary Patten leaves loot of Jane st. . N. It . dslly (except sundHVM. tA. M. Freight lecelvedfor heaterlslit. Monmouth ilesch. Little sliver. Ions Branch and BrauctiporL Enuraloa Tickets, SO cents. Furnished Rooms to Let SlD ST.. B2H lo Mil WEPT New siwrtrusut houses: ai.nd 4 rooms, SO to l'i. ROBBED BY A SERVANT. Mrs. .In i. a. ii Has Frnson Plltner, Who onfriss. Arrested. Miss Frances Flltner, formerly a ser vant In the house of Mrs. Luelnda Jansen. at 178 1-2 Howery. was arraigned before Justice Martin In the Tombs, Police Court to-day on a charge of , larceny. , Mrs. Jansen says that a week ago, after she had tnlsfceil various arti cles of wearing apparel. MIms r liter dis appeared Then an Inventory of the missing goods was made anl they were found to b-3 a silk undershirt, night dress silver ware, aprons, idlk stock ings, pair of shoes, silk umbrella and several smaller articles. MIk-s Filter was arrested by Detective Sullivan, of the Mulberry street station, and In the Tomha l'olire Court to-day she admitted taking everything but the nlirht-gown and undershirt. She was held In .1.000 ball for trial. HE WORE TWO OVERCOATS. It ill l Arrt-Mteil for Stenllnir One from n Drunl.en Comitanlon. Thnman Rpllly. thirty-right yenr old, Of U6 But Ona Hundred and Thirtieth utropt. unci David p. Raugtat thlrty-slx ypars old. of .Ithnstown. Pa., were ar riigntd In thf ll.il- in Police Tourt thin mornlnfs The firmer wps eharced with Ht.-alinK th liitt'-r'H overoiat, and Hutn;h wa a frosted f r itn.. imi. n PoUotmsn liatdalli of the BMt One j Hundred and Twenty-lxth street sta I ttiin. met the men at Second avenue and one Hundi-1 anl Twenty-eighth atreet i 1 o'clock this morning. Raur;h was I V0TV drunk and Rellly wan leading hi in. Itetlly wan wearing two overcoat a. while Raugh had none. Roth men were taken to the police Ktatln. where Raugh (den t'fleel as hla the outer overcoat worn by Rellly, Rellly waa h.dd In f.u hull for examination and Raugh was fined I ' Mtule from liln monil u I.nnndry. Abraham lUuaman. lxttQ inri old. of ti Wlllett irtrovt. van ktld fur trial by Juatlc Ho gin la th- Kami Market Poltr Court today. Lt ntbt ha Maakrd Into Adolph Diamond'a laundry, at f.J Hhorifl alraat. and atola a boi of ilgara and a buadla of Ulru. 1U wu cauftht whiu ruaaloi aa . mm in in B. I. GOWPERTHWaIT 1 GO. Special Trrmx mail iln milt an ieVedy FORNITORE. CARPETS. Everything for Housekeeping 193 to 205 PARK ROW, BETWEEN CITY HALL & CHATHAM SQUARE Railroads. AMERICA'S GREATEST RAILROAD. LEWYORK (entral V & HUDSON RIVER R. a . From n rami ("antral Mat Ion. 42rt at. K.30 A. .11. i- - .'ii sunditv. Kmplra Stale EXjlaS. FHStest limn in i'if Hurl 1. 1.30 A. l Dally fast Mail. Fur UuffiUo. S uKam Fall. hkairn. I0.3O A. .11. - H.teept rtun.lav. Pay Kxprww. i,ii'i r. !ti Daily for ClncfunatlBt LotuaMM hU-.ga. 3.30 1' Me 1.x. .-i;:ni m For Albany and Troy. 4.30 P. M. -Dally. New York ant! hlcao l uniii-d Due Cleveland 7.40 A. M., iHtniU.25A. m.. cblcena.80 p. K O.-tJO P. M. Dally. For ("levelaiid, Detroit, CblCUO and St. Itlil. .li.'i I' M. Dally. For Burlliixton. Platte- iMirc and UOOtrui, 7.30 I M. Dally, For Buffalo and Niagara FhIIh. Dally. except hmnlay, for Saranao Lftka and M alone. O.'K) 1. M Dally, only Bleeping Car PuMOb jrarefoT Rnoheaiar carried oo thi train. ' O.I5 '- M- Daily tor Ctalcaco and (tvdentburv. and except sundav l-r Cape 'uieeut, 0.04 A. M in.i i.ioiv M. Dailv except sun day for l Ii: l-'l 1 via liar. em DIvHloi). Wafit.er Dal ace t ar- on ull throuch trains. Train" Hi unlimited hv PtOtaota l.iiriit. Ticket aid Wagner oftleea at (iraml Central Station, lla, 361, eln, THft. wj Broadway, 335 COlumbUI uve. . M Wen ISOtbBt., and Dtsih Kt. atation. New York: BSa Washington at. . THtlla Ion at., and 74 It roadway, K D. Bltmklnu ii-' ";. checked Irom hotel or residence by tba Weeitpott ExpreuMt'o. JOHN M. TOUtlBY, EOROK IC. DANIKLA. deneral Manager. en. paai. Agent. For Sale. SI.00D0WN. . M mwieprcisentation. J. K. Arnold, 11 Maiden lane. I THE 3-JACK POT ($10. SIO. $10. $10.) I 8D FliOOIt, f87 HUD-ON BT. DIAMONDH. wntches and Jewelry Bold on credit 1 to respounlble parties. Henri hchaap. Sl-58 M a ! d e nla ne. I WlfDCOXft GIBBS, Automatic, Dow:eatIc. New 1 Home. While, singer. Hon'ehnld. the well- JL known Kruse. $lRup: good accond-hand newlragj- II niachlneh from 10 up, for ca.-h or monthly pa II nii'Mts We exchnnge, rent and repair all klnda II of machlncN. Kru.se Mi.' Co., 124 E. 14th ac. W aosnrandat. Sporting. I BICYCLES I stK. eVK). srn. Boat mskr to Mil. Other. 1 W Hi. . ci.'hi.e t li All lil.li inula. M llfl k 118 ll.i lzfilh al. Ilruncli, 32 Isrk plsofc Help Wanted Female. WAN 1 Kir lilrl feir genera! liuumework ; on.wS ii aaooalaundraui Hath u.ucb, i.. l. Cslim K Tartar, 1 3 Wall bl THE WORLD'9 UPTOWN OFFICE IS AT 1267 BROADWAY, Mi. All 31HT IT. OPEN ALL NIGHT and 24 liours every day in the tear. tmeO r yye.ait.pp UP TOVSelM CFFICt I e) U6 OHUAOWS-rj 1M L ; rvmeVl"' Df V t -1r P ' j ' A- Advertisements received ttU it o'clock every night but Satin day; Satuiduy till iu V. 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