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THE WORLD) MONDAY EVK.NLVCJ. APRIL '.). 1894. ft I
BROOKLYN NEWS.
MOST BE VACCINATED
Otherwise Children Will Pe Ex
cluded from Public Schools.
Fifty-eight Doctors Begin a Thor
ough Investigation.
ElRht More Casis of Hmttll-Pox Re
ii 'I'lwl In Brooklyn To-Day.
Fifty-eight physicians In th? employ of
the Brooklyn Health Department started
out at 9 o'clock this mornlni? to make a
thorough Inspection and vaccinate all
Children attending the public schools who
cannot show the requisite m.irk.
Amng the doctors who will go through
the schools are the five women physicians
attached to the Department.
There are eighty-seven schools In the
city and the work will probably be com
plete 1 by Thursday night. Health Pom-mKxIon-r
Emery called the doctors be
fore him before they left to begin opera
tions and gave them Instructions. Dr.
Em-ry said:
'Tse Judgment and common sense. Be
polite; vaccinate all unvacclnate 1 cases;
Vaccinate all doubtful over the age of
j ten years, if Bears ure not pitted vac
cinate regardless of age or number of
scars. Inspect the arms of all former
Absentees and keep a full report of all
work done."
Dr. Jewett, of the Health Department,
sal; that an Investigation shewed that
there were about fifty children In each
school who had never been vaccinated.
In accordance with a resolution passed
by the Board of Education, all children
will be excluded from the schools who
have not a certificate from the Health
Hoard showing that they are profusely
Vaccinated. The order will go Into ef
fect next Monday. After that date chil
dren who are without certificates will
have to get them from the Hoard of
Health. Certificates from family phy
sicians will not be accepted.
Twenty-one special vacclnataors were
to tlie staff of more than 100 to-day.
Among the new appointees were George
R Henderson. .M. ., of 168 Dufllell
street. Dr. Henderson is n colored man,
and stands very high In the estimation
of others of his rare. Two women,
1 i .to M. Klegelnian and Mary wens.
were also appointed, making five women
now In the Department. The full list of
Lnew appointees Is as follows:
A. 8. Heath. E. T. Buck. I.aura M.
v Klegelman. May Owen. W. Simmons,
v William Radlorf, George h. Henderson,
E. C. Branch, James R Warden, a. J.
McNamara. Luzerne Covillc. B. H. Rich
ardson, D. G. Bohroeder, Harold K. Jew
ett. S. Gomez. B. H. Starves. W. .May
hie, Charles Napier. Joseph L. Watt, J.
A. Winter. J. F. Marshall.
Eight cases of small-pox were reported
to-day as follows: W. G. Jones. tWI nty
three, 317 Lafayette avenue; Lillian Zlnn.
twenty-four, 2H7 ESwen street; Enid
Staub, four, S4 Smith street; Dora
Hehrens. two. 275 Atlantic avenue; El- ,
leana Schneider, twenty, SOT Atlantic '
avenue; Jennie McCue, seventeen, 60
Third street; Charles Cambage. twenty
eight. 1C27 Bergen street, and Jane
Hutchinson, nineteen months, M9 Grand
street.
WAS KEARNEY MURDERED?
The u at fit mi nn" n L'Uappearance
I .Not I'lis-llv El ! ImIiii-iI.
The police of the Bedford avenue sta
tion, Vllllamshi:rr. are searching for
John Kearney, forty-five years old. of lii7
North Fourth street, who has heen miss
ing from his home ulnce Friday.
Kearnoy is employed as watchman on
the dock at the foot of North Sixth1
stveet. He left tor work at fi o'clock that
night and has never been seen since. The
I. lice believe that h tell overboard and j
van drowned, but there are Home sua
plclou facta in the case.
Kearney wan a very careful man. and
bad betn actlna oJ watchman ft-r a long;
lime. There was no re.iywi why he .
! - i:d have fallen verboard by accidents
and th.- theory of suicide Is scouted by
Uw relatives. There is also no rtason to,
believe that he ran awiv. 'or the man's,
.iTTur:ti'-- life was very pleasant
There 's a very bad gang that hangs
about th: docks along the river, and
Karny was know, to .ilwas carry;
money "with htm Besides this, be had a
g.ild watch which he was alwa.VH proud
of displaying, and this a'onp might have'
beffi a tmptnt on to any of the hnrd citt-j
1. n in the vl mlty.
ivf-irnev was all alone on the dock dur
ing the lonely hours of th" night, and It I
would have been very easy for him to
I have been attacked suddenly, overpow
ered, robbed '"' thrown into the river.
The police are working on the caso, but
up t i date hhVfl fiJt succeeded in unravel
ing the mystery
SHIELDED HIS SON.
Joseph Rend lluil Itltten off ill
Old t'mlier lb 11 111I1.
Joseph Read, of 19.5 Oiernpnlnt avenue,
was fined on .1 charge of Intoxication by
Justice Watson In the Ewen Street
Court. Wlll'.um.burjt. to-day. A more
tori us charge was not pret'sed.
Y u..,' Read an l his rather, William
Read, who Is flfty-one j ars "Id. got
nn an altercill n yesterday afternoon,
and .loseph bit oil his father's thumb.
Ambulance Burgeon Caatner, of the
Eastern District Hospital, attended tne
Injured man, while Jos -I'll was locked
up.
The father was asked to press a charge
of mayhem, but l-.e refused, and did nil
he could to free hu son.
MRS. WALSH MAY DIE.
Her Rasbnad sti.i Looked li ou
u t linrure ,if As.ault.
j.-. The case of Jolin Walsh, a marhlnlst.
;! f IW Rwen Mree:, ch..red with as
sai::tlni his wife Saturday night, was
attain : urned by Justice Watson, in
th, ISwen S'let t'mirt. Willi. uilslairK.
ti lay, lis the woman was unable to
BpJ ,'
Saturday nlsrht Walsh wen: to his
J me m ich un !r the Influence of l!o.uor.
I a; hi. v.l:.' on 1 threw h-r downstairs.
r-h v. ; rale n 10 St. Catherine's llos-
1 Itdl, nli re It was found that her
; Bkull was fractured.
''It woman is in a very dangerous
I Mil n.
Ilftei n -Y or. --Old t;lrl AH.niilt.il.
': Th k,-i . f BI1 r.f ti sr.su., Drooklrs.
I b.l I 1 ! tre i.rnn.t Jury in 'he liitler iret
1 I irt, Drooklrs, this m rolos, ;i lb.
v i rimlna'i .,,-. iu-ig Ulnnii W lay,
. ' "i" 'tier f.:' 'oiirttl sv.su., In u alalile
si - : Puinfa venue, do April 6.
, Robbed Their Nelgrbbors.
nerse v,ena ni n,rth'ii i: -iirur. owe seld
In l.t STMIM Court. WllUflmHl'iiis. to-'la on
l !h W '' breaslsi Into the trUBSBUl ot Pn'rlrk
S. , ...a Thuni4! MIIoreirf. In t.ie 'tm-llioii.
''''uiti K.m,,, ,:,t, h.r i ey all llvcxl an 1
: P 101 ertiing Lpuarel an.l Jeweliy valued at
llrl OpoaS III l.nug lallllld fll.
-"Nil ISLAND CITY. L. I.. April . Tb
I Ou, , (ounty circuit Court anil Court ot Oyer
anl rerinln.r coniCBMl lo-'loy at tne Court-Hoiue
' ISls elt Junta Bartlett la on Ike BOMS.
I ?,, , " e'"1nr la unuaually beary Fireman
wicnel I'nniiuu and Jonn Courtney hv- aued
C?.", ""rl"1 Commlenloner llanry W. Bnnrkej
, lor (alee hnprleonmeuL
isLi. .. . .
HIS SUICIDE PROVED II HOAX.
Edward Rvan Fools a Policeman
and Hospital Doctors.
Feigned Death After Rnyln Ho Had
Eliot Himself.
Afl PrilKernun Carroll, of the Atlantic
r .. siatinn. wai patroll Inn hit post
nn 1 niton Mreot, nnr Patch en nvenue.
Brooklyn, shortly aftr n-Wnlht this
nitirKlnK he heard two shots in quick
sucf sslon.
Hurriedly rnpptng for a-islstanco. he
ran to the corner whe;e a vacunt lot
Is Icrated. In a hollow of the lot the
polirenian saw the form of a man lying
on the ground He ha.i the appearand e
of a mnn 1yint? In extreme ai?ony.
Between hl.i r asps for breath the pros
trate man toM the policeman that he
was Edward Ryan. nKe.l thirty-five, of
504 Twelfth street. Brooklyn He said
he had Jubt shot hlmsMf twice In the
month with the revolver which lay by
his side.
Ryan said he was tired of life and
wanted to die. He said he had a wife
and four children who were starving to
death, an he had been unable to provide
them with food for several days.
Dr. Terhune. of Held avenue and De
catur street, was hastily called, but
neither he nor the sur-on of the am
bulance, which was hu mnvmed, could
find any wound. The pistol, which Kyan
BOld lie had purchased for the express
purpose of killing himself, was an oi i
fashUmed pin-tiro revolver, of French
make. One of the two I diets llred was
found lodffe 1 in the barrel.
The ambulance" took Ryan to Pt. Mary
Hospitai. where, when Drs. Reynold!
and Mcfmy hesan to look for his
wounds, he pnsped and Bald, scarrel
above a whisper:
"I am dyinp. Say pood-by to my
wife and children. Ood help me.
Ryan closed hie eyes and nppcareJ to
pass quietly away. The doctors no
ticed, however, that there wer no visi
ble signs of blood on the man's face or
clothes. They forced Ids mouth open
and could find no sUns of bullet wounds.
A careful examination revealed the
fact that his heart was beating; In a
rapid, healthy condition. The doctors
rolled the man out of bed, hustled him
around for a minute or two and then
Htood him on his feet.
Ryan then opened hln eye3, smiled
nn 1 said;
"I'm not dead; am I ?"
The doctors called for a policeman, and
without further qur,ti'inlng sent the
man to the station-house, where he was
locked up, charged with disorderly con
duct, while the doctors, who had been
Mimmoned from bed to attend him.
are wondering if it was a practical
Joke.
Ryan was arraigned in Gates Avenue
Follee Court this morning, an 1 rdeaded
gul.ty to violating a city ordinance bv
firing a pistol in the street. He was
fined $10. with th.' alternative of spend
ing ten days In Jail.
FOUND MACK IN IDE DOOM.
Mrs. Keeler Declared He Was a
Sewing-Maohine Agent.
Hut Her Husband Nam Him In
His Suit for Divorce.
Application was this morning; marie to
Juiigf osliorne in the City Court. Brook
lyn, for alimony antl counsel fees for
Mrs. Iila M. Keeler, of 222 Fourth ave
nue, Brooklyn, to defend the suit for
absolute divorce brought against her
by her husband. F.lmer H. Keeler.
The Kit lers have been married about
eight years. They have two children.
Mrs. Keeler says her husband is a ship
pine agent and wealthy.
Keeler names A. J. Mack as co-respondent.
He says that or. March 21
lust he went home unexpectedly and
found .Miuk it, Ills rooms. Mrs. Keeler.
he says, van partially undressed.
In explanation Mrs. Keeler said she
had Just returned from shopping, and
hail begun to undress, when Mack. wtio.
she said was a sewing-machine agent,
called, and she let him in The next
day Keeler discovered a letter In the
flat addressed to Ids wife, signed M. It
made him suspicious, and he put a de
tective on his wife's track.
A few days afterwards Mrs. Keeler
was found In a hotel at 27 Howery with
Mack.
Mrs. Keeler denies the whole storv
She says It is a scheme of her husband s
to ruin her.
Judge Osborne reserved his decision as
to the alimony and counsel fee.
Mrs Keeler has secured a writ of
habexs corpus, returnable on Mondav
next, for the production of her children
In court, he claims her husband Is
wrongfully withholding them from her.
THROWN DOWNSTAIRS.
ow tli iiniiiii 1m In the HnMlfnl
aI(Ii IX 1 in- lu i. 1 1 Skull.
Chorlei J oh neon, of no Pchermerhor'i
Btn et. Brooklyn( was arraigned In thi
.ates Avenue Police O'-.n-t thli mom
Ing, charge) with throwing Louie
Keeler, an Inmate of th.- h- e house
downstairs last night and fracturing hu
skull.
She Is In St. Mary's Hospital in
precarl ius con lit ion, Johnson pleaded
not guilty t- charges of drunkenness
and assault, and was remanded for trlu
f i f i r the extent of the Injuries of h'i
let in tw eme known.
The trouble was due to a drunken row
ILL HE SHOT HIMSELF.
John VncU. n Retired Hotel Keep
p. onunitn Suicide.
fjREEXPOHT, L, I. April s Join
Tack, a wealthy retired hotelkei?per i
this place, mmltted nulclde this mon
Ing t'i shooting himself In the head H
left i letter ta hli wit i'i which I.
itate i that he wot tired of life and bo .
h. p nd the children ,p od-by.
Y:.ck served In the war. end for ni i
month) was In Ande ion villi Prison H
had been In poor h ,alth t ir some time,
--a i
II E Kut. ., i out ii imed (Mm Arrtfti
Chrlmophcr Aftdrwn fieri 'Mr' tight fit
il.l. nf Tl Ir'urinBn utr-ft, tiroolll)tl i'1 Mpp
,,n liiRh treat tibortly ft"r min'liiiflit lb i ri n
Ing by i klletmaa Byrses, f ihf lowtr Kuli
trti ;' ui'iii. hr i .-1 m hMf b r
ih- n-w rubber Wt h t" -arr!ng tnuari
., 1 Yt- br irclil tb OOSt ir.'m h nn- -arl In tu
morslng b.-n It t rinning. The poll i m
. k hin I, ibt- tf ..ir. ii ni, btif Serge CV:
Kin ut'ere! bl.u nelpiwi I
Frnnk Dnvla Itoiue zn .i.
F.-aiisi u. ivii, is- tlfves-rMr Old .y ff
an aiy from bli bomt. M6 UC4 a.fnu. Uro-)i
Un mm SfSSBS MO. bJ r.turn'-I T
at..ry of l.li illMppirarjnr' and h. pi tur I
Tbt Kv.nin Worbt" nratrl Um ati.tion
thg Popl "Its bom iha la-t ".a llng n
ttn ronimuiikaiKi tth hla molber. Mm L i
I. von.
Ir you delay seleotlUK your hunralni in TVW
TUHKsti Ki.ini'b. Hret rliKi"- will be ml-...
bUTi a , l u iob Wtsl 1 4t a bi . V
"HELD UP" A ROBBER,
Roberts Surprised by a Jeweller
with a Horse Pistol.
Begged for Mcrcv and Then Started
to Escape.
" I
Captured Affer h Chnne Over Float
ing tiogn.
Krttlk lUbots, or 328 East I went y-lirst
street, this city, Was held for Hie ilraiol
Jury by Justice Tluhe In tli,. Butler
Ptrott i'oln... i cr,rt. Brooklyn, thin morn
iriK. on i charge of attempting to st,ai a
old ut, h n Saturday Inst.
Holierts went Into A.lolih Schwlezer's
Jewdry store, no TiiirJ avenue. Brook
lyn, an,l asl:e.l to look at some watches,
A confederate irleil to eng.ijte Sch iez-
r's attention, while Roberts sunned one
of the watches on the counter Into his
locket.
Bchwleisr said nothing until he nad
put all his wares In the "as. He then
drew a large horse pistol from under
the counter, ind pointing It i.i Hoberts,
invited him m jut the wmch he ...i
taken back on the counter. Roberts
pegged for m rcy,
nehwlescr sent i'ur a policeman
Itoberts broke tor th, street and, rul
ing through Twntl.-ih stri"t, ran to
the river He crossed a mass if 'loatlng
logs to the foot of Twenty-first street,
Policeman Uchtensteln, of iiie ifth
aventio station, n-as close behind, When
Roberts was overtaken, he pointed ahead
and 8u Id: "There he goes.
"Here he Is." sail l.iohtensteln as he
took Roberta Into custody.
ltobens is an old offender,
B0YC0TTERS DISCHARGED.
Justice Gnynor's Decision Rrnd to
flip l'. -Mr,- flftf III UK.
Philip MeOInn and Patrick Coyle. of
the Ale and Iteer Brewers' Employees
AFsoclatlon, of New York, were ar
raigned for examination before Justice
Tlghe, in the Butler street Court. Brook
lyn, this morning for examination on the
charge of lounging.
M'ifhin and Coyle, It Is alleged, were
engaged in pushing the boycott ugalnst
the products of the Hudweiscr Brewing
Company. Their cases are similar t ,
that of Richard Butler, who was dis
charged oi a writ of habeas corpus on
Friday la.d. at which time Justice Qay
nrr took occasion to severely criticise
the Brooklyn police and Police Justices
for arresting and holding men on such
a trivial charge as lounging.
McGinn and Coyle were promptly dis
charged this morning.
Ten more strikers and their friends
will be arraigned and discharged
V ednesday.
Justice Uaynor's remarks on Friday
have not leased to have their effect.
Police Commissioner Welles called all
the police captains to Police Headquar
ters and Justice Uaynor's decision was
read to them.
The decision states that a policeman
has no arbitrary powers that are not
vested In every citizen.
PARKER CANNOT LIVE.
The Retired Contractor's 8if-iu-iii.
'led Wound in Fatal.
John Parker, the retired contractor,
who attempted suicide yesterday after
noon In his bedroom at IOCS Bushwlck
avenue, Brooklyn, by shooting himself
in the head with a revolver. Is not ex
pected to live many hours. Lr. Sidney
Gardner, who Is In attendance on the
wound-d man. said this morning that
his patient was barely alive
Parker was suffering from a com
plication of diseases aggravated by a
recent fall, on Saturday he overheard
the doctor say to his sons that he
(Parker) could not live much longer,
lie thereupon secured a revolver arid
shot himself In the head The bullet
is supposed to have 1 idged in the brain.
Parker Is a widower and sail to he
quite wealthy. He lived with his mar
ried sons.
Fell nnri Frnelnred Her Skull.
Mre. Louisa Keller, alxly yeare old. living at
110 Schermerhorn elreet. Brn,kln. Ml downetelre
(hie mornlna el her h'me and euetaTned a frarturc
of the Bk tilt She 7.ea removed to the boepltal.
To Dress Well
at Moderate Cost
is a problem that must bo (need bv
tunny. Our success has been
laro-ely due to the fact that we fur
nish clothing equal in style, cut
and finish to those of the high
priced tailors at u much less coat.
We keep up to the minute on
all new styles, as a rule are first
to introduce them to the retail
trade.
With our own factory, producing
large assortments of the highest
quality of clothing, joined with the
net that during tho months of
January, February and March,
while custom tailors were idle, we
vere able to employ the best m.n
it low wageii we ure in a position
to excri'd 'ill previous offers ill
'lotbiug, both in qualities and
ri-cs.
Kery detail of manufacture u
ii carefully watched that there
i-. slight chauoe of distatisfaction.
f unv should exist, our offer is
I way open to return the money
cheerfully and promptly,
Brooklyn Amusements.
ANINABELLE ,Mk
Black
Dress Goods.
New designs in Crepons.
Crepe ae Chine i
plain, embroidered, and wov
en figures.
Silk GrenadineSy
single and double wulths,
striped Morie" or Satin, and
Silk (ianc,
Silk and wool figured
Armurcs,
Lor d& Taylor A
Broadway & 2tuh St
i
tARHELL IS NOW I GIANT.
.Signed a Contraot This Morniu
to Play Here.
Ward Meant to Split the Team Into
Two Practice Nines.
Catcher Charles KarrU plgnetl a .Wu
York contract this rnDrnln, Farrell i
the player who. al ng with Pitcher Mee
kin, wai purchased from tha Washing
ton Club for 17600, ml subsequently
created a t .lid sensation ov refusli -to
accept thp New V.irk Club's -iifcr I I
ISeSOO a year salary.
it in th general Imprnalon that tr
contract ho signed thu mor:ilu; i m1;
call f'r an more thai tnat. Kriel
put on a uniform .m.l uracilse-i it :
poia Grounds this morning.
Manager John LSI. w.ml has a plan f"'
giving the players better practice than
they have hul : fur in playing weakei
teams. There are seventein men under
contract with the club. rni these .
ie divided into two nines, in-- uiUlti
win be secured to play ihe vacant !
sit Ion. The nrat game will probably i.
played Wednesday with ihe teams made
up something like this;
Flrt ttam Pf-oni team
Rimle. p. MWstln, p.
Wllnnn. C, Ksirrrll. c
Connnr. lb. Doylt. lb
Ward, ah. Kuller, 2b.
Stafford, m Murpby. r.
DavIi, 3b. 3h
i lurk. rf. Tl- rnn. rf
WVnter.elt. et Van Halti-n. cf
Bufkft, If Ut-rman, If.
CONFERENCE NEARLY OVER.
Mnrli liiii.(.rii.it Work Yot to D
Hi in Newark
NEWARK. N J. April 9. From prc
ent Indications, the session of the New
ark Methodist Episcopal Conference Will
be ended to-morrow afternoon. All -f
the Important work of the Conft ren
remains I be done, and, with only a da
ami a 1ml f to do It In, t-xtra sessions
must be held.
The term of h(x years of two of the
Presiding Elders have expired. They are
Rev. Ur s. H. Hnmmonu, of tbe Pate
son district, and Rev. Dr. S. Van Bell
Hchoten.of the Newarkdlstrtct Thesegen
tlemen would like to succeed each other
'but It la said that Mr. Hammond will
become the Presiding Elder of the Nevr
ark district, and that his pi. ice will be
i tak-n by Hey. I,. C. Muller, the city mis
I Blonary Of Newark. Then Mr. Van
Renscnoten will be made the city mis
sionary. The thtrd proposed change in the Con
stitution was to fix the date of the (Jen
era! Conference for the rirst Wednes
day in May. beginning with the yea?
1900 and providing for the Conference
session to be every four years. This
change was passed.
The case of peter F Men !. of Barry
vllle, N V . was brought Up to-day. Mr
Mead Is In his fourth year, and the ques
tlon was in passing him to full member
ship.
An exciting discussion followed, which
was terminated by the Introduction of
Rev. A. J, Palmer, of the New York Con
ference, who took the minds of the mln
1st em off the matter by tnlkiiiK on
missionary subject.
The proposed constitutional change
were then taken up The flrt on equa
representation of lay and ministerial deli
j Kates at the General i onferenc . wa;
considered first, and it was unanimous!)
lost. The second proposition, which wai
Similar to the first, was also lost.
THIS CARVER HELD.
Trlsilnlr urn DIssflKurin; Central
i'mi-l Ft-iir lien Arrested.
Park Commissioner Clau en was In
Harlem Court IhiH morning as com
I plalnant against R. Alfred Trlsdale,
eighteen years nidi of lffl) West Beventy
! eight n street, who said he was a broker
He was arrested bv park Policeman
Brown yesterday, in Central raik. near
One Hundred and Hec.nd street, for ills
flgurlng a fence, Into which h was rut
ting his initials At the time he was
sitting on a bench with a voung woman
He was t--ken to the station hou e, whll1
the young woman went away alone.
' Commlsatoner Clausen told Justice
Blmms that since the appropriation foi
Park Improvements was made, tin- Park
Board had put 200 extra rarpenters and
painters at work on the benches ind
rustle ornament As a r suit the Park
hud been more beautified . n put In b. t
ter condition than ever before, but the
vandals, h said, had repeatedly de
-i i i park prop ri y.
j He H-iiu arresting culprits did n-.
good, :ts the p. lb.- Justice repeatedly
II barged the prison era Trlsdale was
.hell In 300 bail for exam. nation, as an
example for otrn i vandal
NO EVIDENCE AGAINST HIM.
A Bust Uarlln Uordr ueiierl Ar-
rssteri uikI OlselinrsTCil.
I int. . (ivs Ci in l v. f ill- ' :.tr il ir
lire. liiH bs?n working on iho Bus,.
Martin mystery svsr since her hesilli
trunk as found In the cellar SI '
w.st Thirty-ninth slreei on Msrrh U
il. has i" ii as Iste l us H i -i Tlili l
j seventh itr i ' i I " ar.O n rial .1 1 1)
1 nt.;,.t i.isi the) ma lo on ai ri st,
"onimy Martin, the .i.n- -t brothei
I of the i;lrl. t.i.'l his faili.r Ihut he anil
:-..-i had " nurobsr of times vimii. 1
John Si nn 1. un Italian .ton mas .. di
1 .'.I.-, w 1 yt Flfty-nrsi street, iu .is In
ii, hiii.it al vh::.K lh 1 hlldren m.j... ;.
and candy. Tommy mi. 1 thai Busts had
told him ih.u Berattj had i.' mist I 1 1
nviru-y if shs would c n alons U i"
nl in. an 1 iii it shs wis going.
ii wiry an1 SSVsriil u ir nllli'erB r
r.'.teil i-i ihtii ;,t hie hourti- Saturilav
1 ii;!i and searclUMl the , j - 1 -' but
full, d to llnd any Incrlm!:' itlng evidence
s. i.iiil wai found to stljoy a good rep
utallon. and wan dlschare- J when ar
raluned in leffereon Mutk.t Potirt to
day at the rt-.iitsi of Lietc-tlve Cilej
oe)evewsveavaj-tf q ti 'fieji
fTHE WONDER OF THE AGE!
IN SIZE, Q'JALITY, S1YLE. CONVENIENCE ANO &
J i-i PRICE, 'i
m Larger than the Morris Ch ir, iurerii i ., more bcauti . j
Sim style, more than three time tin convemen cj a J hall the 1 W
V) I ,"".' : P
2 rv 5 1 2 n ?P9fe f
y " ?Jrt. lCf A
P WE ARE SOLE AC'NTS Ff:R NEW Y0PK. A
gjj r In ite V on tu I .-1 n . I .i: in .h( ,- !;.r ; ,t , , .,v OurN
Jrriee $12.50. What house -a duplicate them tor $-26 001
0 Ml mail t.r.len iiiu-t l ,1.11 ,1 f,B t.
N HI- III v. ill 1 1 -11 1 i'i.im' It : i it g W "9
11'Allt.iill. sn-liM.-UmiM MHIIKX, I' It. II l.viil f V.
T :'V H'lM'- . 11 - i-it.ut ikii n . 1 Tit 1 Iwrn JT tl (21
2 OUR PRICK AOr COR PRICE l llT Q 5
W .-.Vsi j 1 ; li tl)
A Nn oilier house win or can duplicate I I I j I I .
T these qualities al OUR prLea !l I Q
:-REMEMBER...:-1 i If
WE FURitlSH A HOMc C.MPLbTE fill I
1 FUHNiTU.lE, fftTS, STOVES -- - M
I HOUSEFURNISHINO GOODS r: 2
A T IIM Plttt'R, IND THAT TUB M 2t"-- I fj v
I.OWKMT, CASH OU lit l:l)IT. iC S""i' '"" V A
pcGUID, SIKPSON S CO., J22IK t
Tho Only Ono Price Cosh or ki jjf . "' t tyl. Q
K Crodit Houso in America. f ' , Slm,' m)t
1 PMm,nK" """.. .11 Hour jT Jt Ul
2538&,54l8lhA.BN.W.CDr.37!liSt. fjgf' f
CAUSE OFTHETROUBLE
Tiff. IIAINTV I.1TTI.K LAMP lllli IT All.. TIIRJtR
t tl.l!llT IHUT l HUil.lll. Ill MHtl:t Oi
I.ADIliM rillilli Tdt.nillii WAITINIi TO 1111(1. Mi: A
HOI VllNIHOPTllKOPKNIMi. so HI WEHI IIINAPPOINTKII
BlltlsK Of s ''l. lit NMMi SHOUT. M THAT
AITI II (II) IIMIlll I.k op I.A.MPH II III (.IIM III T.
Till-, wiik i.miih n.. in uitKN KltKK TO All.
WHO 111 1. 1 .11:1:1:0 l.4iT WKBK T Till OPBNINtl.
OI ( (II Itsi: 1: 1 ami nn v HOOD fltmVII, III T
HAItlll.A thi: VAST INHR.1IBI.V THAT (Alii:. I PACT.
IT MAS OVI.ItW HI I. HIM..
WE FURNISH EVERYTHING AND FOR ALL
PRICES. FINE FURNITURE. RICH CARPETS. MAT.
TINGS. THE BEST BABY CARRIAGES BEAUTIFUL
PASLOR SUITS. REFRIGERATORS. RANGES, IRON
BEDS, &c.
From thj Richest to the Plainest.
CASH OK TIME.
LUDWIG BAUSANN ft COMPANY.
1 2 1 st St. & 3d Ave., HARLEM, N. Y.
m:H-IIV HIT OK TOWN III V Ills OIVBN ItAH.HOAII PAKB,
OPEN HATtrWDAl EVEN! M.s tsTll, 10 in I (Ml,.
NEW JERSEY.
MR. HARBURGER'S ADDRESS.
Liberty ' c ' rpoii Hie Snnolty
ol the Uallot-Uox.
m:vakk. n. J. April 9. Julius Har
burger, Gran I Masti r of the In Impendent
oirier Free Sons ot Israel. addr -i- i u
i.irgo gathering r.f the members ani
frit-n'ls of the Lasker Literary Society
tt tht Vouns M n's Hebrew Association
Hall. In Plane street, lost night. Speak
.iik of liberty and Independence, he said;
'in many f our States, In yours, and
spei iallv in New York City, the mon--trims
ballot-box frauds, Illegal regis
trations, wholesale and fraudulent vot
ing. Intimidations that have i-ppii un
earthed, would, if not discovered In
I me, have Imperilled the futurity and
safety o. our great Heputillc Ju !;''
were foremost tr ihe Israelltlsh days,
ind the government "f tin ieoph w is
n their hands "-ir Ju Iges .n i ur coun
try fan ait., he mainly relied upon. The
evll-doen v speedily r ught tr. jii.
ties and deservedly punished. The onns
sll-powerful an whII as the minions, were
taught tha lessons f Jefferson, that
'Qoa, who gave us life, gave us liberty
at the same time.'
MWoe to any party which countenances
rr "'I upon the ballot bo or against ti.e
irTr-i:"- f th .jicijile Such .in urKfinl
.- tlon Is short lived and will not be tol
erated i.y th ople."
DR. FRANCIS EXPLAINS.
: s,ii. a Sin t phi fill II i-:. j i i 1 1 i in; lli
'! ptlOtd I .tdt-iiile.
M r 'ST ' I . a 1 1 1 . K J . April 8 Tl.
spread of tho typhoid fever epldeml1 In
I this pi ie for the la it wo k ha bi mg I
forth a publli statement from Health In
i I "r H I' I ran :- !! un
Inspector of the Rtate Pairs ' mmlfsl n
i.-it i the Uou i daln tai ri in v i mi
lie i: -i l ! Ih aj). "" l-ilt ill I not thniK
.' r i.t-s'ir h.- milk kImhiIiI It- j.i r .1 il
iin i Itlio t furth r I in si ImhIIoii "
Ii was not .null thr e wei ks lai i nft t
the i pi I mi h.i I .i i ' an l In two otlh r
places, that the State imirv Commission
er s Inspector again it; t. I the farm and
" ; I .-i thoruui i Inve ligation Ther
an now about fifty caaea .f th. disease
In ih- tow ii
ROBBED A CHINAMAN.
Two Italians Held llln, t ,, an,
Tock hi 1 1 from lllni,
NEWARK. N. .1 . April 0 This morn.
Im: Justice Prelsel liM Oeronlno Mm,-
rlln aril Oatelo Qanotlans, both o(
, I.mk street, on th- charge .,f robblns
Charles Tons, a Chinaman, of !.i in
' front of tin latter', laundry on West
, Btrept
The t'i liallnns inn the Chinaman si
5 o'clock tills morning, ant after ..s-
lulling bun took tl'- HI.
Tone however, managi I t,i scream
an 1 both the ItHlloni sen nrr--!.tpd.
EX-SENATOR CATTELL DEAD.
lie- -n Ueen lit t Jamestown for
n riir.
f'AMi'KN. N J April 9. Word was
received In this city this mr.r::i!iK of the
death of ex -United States Senator '.it
tell, which occurred yesterday at
) Jatnestou n, N V
Mr Palti II lived ;it M rchantvllle
I near here and was In comfortable clr
rum lances A year il i.- .t.- tMken
til and went to It Llvlngton's retreat
I at Jamestown. He remained there until
his I .nli.
Rev. J. W Shaw 1 ii.u
M'V M-K S ' April 0 H J W Sh
I i-' f i,.- I i ' I 1 r- -' ' -"in ' ur h n
i . - 'i it i. :i' t n i i- i n .. I i rjtai h u
I j t ' ." i f: m i rin
i i ' i r- - ! ' rr-..rl
' k- A U . T i - - ! -
: -' I'rili .',,- Mi -'.'iv i .t
i,i . ! ' wi l,u : .. 1 mrlkiiii ..
I -I1'. I
. ' im; l ii ti uniiiiKn Nulelile,
mi.,'..-, s I m ; .. w
i prmj n t thi
.... , . : . .
: -. ' ' . ' V ':.'. i ' ' i
rturi ' - I i r j.-. t '. 1 - : n.
i :
euTo Remove Paint.
"Sit (!o'ii on it 1 eforu it i dry "- ( 7) u ' flings.)
That's a good way easy, too. And another
"ViV way is to do your cleaning in the old-
fashioned way with soap; the necessary rub
g:faSigpi J bing takes off the paint along with the dirt,
i l 'ut l'"s 's verV tircsonit rk.
(M gBSgf You mi ht to ilo your house-cleaninc with
Si I Pearline ; that's the modern
I cm way easiest and most eco-
I ryrjj jjlljif, nomical way takes away the
1 .1 --- t$- I ,' L dirt easily and leaves the paint.
V"S Saves rubbing, saves work,
VS$ 'VTORTOV saves time. save, whatever is
V iliiv cleaned. Use Pearline (with
out EOap) on anything that water doesn't hurt.
MfltlivmiKs Wt&mrMfim
ALWAYS S0.!
A VISIT TO Cin EXTENSIVE ESTAP
HSltVEMT SURELY HAKES A CUS
rOMER OF YOU.
JORDAN
MORIARTY,
237, 207 1.2.508. 211 & 21 3 PARK ROW,
N.ar . httham Sqtia e. N, Y.
!furnitdrb,carpets,&c.
WE CAN AFFORD TO LATJ .H
AT 00h OMPKTITORa WHO
PLEAD HARPTlMKSi THEY
ON' I' ArTEOT US IN 'IHE
LEAST. OUR WAREB00MS
ARE ALW AY 6 CROWDED.
Great Special
THIS WEEK.
SOLD ELSEWHEREFOR NOT LESS THAHS7S
3 ffl3S,
H)P m$ mp
This eleanl overstuffed Brocatelle
Parlor Suit, 5 pieces.
! FREE! FREE!
THIS WEEK.
AN ELEGANT PLUSH ROCKLR
CIVEN AWAY WITH EVERY PUR
CHASE OF 553.
Speoial attention given to all out-
of-tow 1 orders. No ( xtra charge
.or Ire ght or packing of goods.
Price-List Mailed on Application,
I MONEY DOWN.
YOU CAN MAKE YOUR OWN
TERMS OF PAYMENT.
PARLOR SILTS.
V'te1Ki'is''1
Elegnntly Covered, 130.00.
CARPETS, CA!
ltir riiiiom'r run rSSl nurrd lh:I f i
j retr full tnlur lor. Ws ' oSTtiin
OUR PRICES ARE MAR
: yo percentage is added to
arc
SKSli FOR ll.l.l slli.t TED
T.KELl
MUSTN'T URGE A BOYCOTT.
I'nre, nml Carroll I Inril fur Post
litac lllijrollainiiblr i ir,l:,r.
Jani.-s Fur y, BgH Ihlrty-two, of 437
! West Nlnel) fifth street, ii"l J "tin Cnr-
roll, aged twenty-seven, nf 328 NVt
Tw-i l alxlli - Ire. 1, pr I nf 1 110 si h
in Harlem i ourl this morning Mr illn-
ii .1 u t Ii - i illng i In ulm .-
1 1,. i live' 1 'I Hie 1' 's' 0',
linn ir. i ni I Kourll I ! '' H in " I'
ll en ivO "f in-'i i.ilnii !' i Iri ilnrs
i I inipiMinia ': ' 'Ir in tan he
C'entrni IJit-Ji I'nlnn Btnmi uul enlle 1
up, ii i mi i itruns t" b "it -i certain
braml oi U-ci
FRICK ON FOREIGN C0KERS.
ii, t, -ml. nml will lontlnoe la Bin.
i-lii. Them.
V , M I
PITTSnritl! April il II C. I'll k, who
j i nt , m i, i-i ui i tlili !- of il e ec Ue-
' i; ,1 ng plant. In the r gl n, In sn i-
ii r.. n I.-: i Ighi iii f n l the foreign
l, . ,. ai ! says thiy are hardly re-
. ble the tl ili'i
),. n.ii llypi n. a n their 1 ibir
, i .. i peruturs tirt'lari ihey will and
u not dli rimlnai i against them in any
H ly.
DUO
it "i s . s - ' i Ssturdi si tbs rsddsoes of but
... . :.- Uc i'lirn. UN J..-'. I'.
pi nn u h mi llYMSS. Of lbs Arm
.f is ir llyne.1 sol ..' i 7U yesrs, nslli oi
i , lam r Ktos ai ainty, Inian't.
Hi .ill s u.i I ii. ii'P aitq ih i oi lu i n.
i . , it it, s. ar.- respsctfull Invited t"
i. temn requiem n ' SI l-'mi-.
.,i'.t t tuin-h ui in ii" cloekon rtiMday.
MKINKII. -On Mon. lay. April tl. M.Hl l'
li.K. tloved wlte ul lieorfS J. MsiOSlI mid
a ililer ni lbs 1st. Uobtrt nl Uluh.Ui
JOASSi
RslStlVSS nnd frtenda of the l.iully r. re-apei-ilullv
Invited to attend th. funeral a.r
i..' I ber tat. ssSttWSS, i4l Weal -Jl-i
al. . on WeitnraiL.v. April 11. at i P. M
Instruction.
nTHJiR-Barinneni rerlv luatniotloo, Urma
uusrai., at Tli fureth au , rueiu lu.
Six 1 I
Little Tailors 1
CQ 1
,a-v yr A?" a
,B 1 I
C - ,- - V J
SI 5.50 ' styli.-h Spring
suit to onion tho price is right.
Nnw ii yt.tii ehanpe to Jiesa well u
for little money.
Small ih, ckfil cbeTiola and nesvt
hum il passimereB in all colors;
liltm oi'ri nn I black find blue
tbibotn. Vo:i cun bt,ve udj- stjrle
desired.
l.civo your order early before
the host Htylfs are ;one-
We have a beautiful lino of neat
sill; mixtures, small clteclis, whip,
cotds, diagonals and vicunas.
Suits, to order, S20.
These ocds come from the
leading i.iilish mils.
Sum pies and nell-measurement
guide t-cnt.
JACOBS BROTHERS, 1
ni) Broadway, opp. P. O.
Bowery, cor. Rroome St.
Colored Cotton 1
Dress Goods.
.SSJ
French dotted Swiss,
Lawn, Batiste.
Dimity anil
Scotch Cheviot!,
(Formerly 25cts., & 35 cts.) M ,
Lord& Taylor, 9
Broadway & Uuih St. j '':
CHAMBER SUITST" I
Oak. 3 pieces, 812.50.
3H OR CREDIT. 11
,-rj- ilolhir jriil In ntir hon lh-y will rss
ur rhurjf i urlr i m- our icoritiw.
KED IN PLAIN FIGURES ;
customer a wishing to open i
ATALOGUE, MAILED FRXM. W.
V 263 6th Ave., 1 I
I j 104 & 106 w. mint V. !
BARGAINS. Il
Furniture & Carpets 1 1
.-- kcbj7 Don't fail to ' "
Mfi Elegant Stm, S M ' ij
' 4 Comolete for l
LONG CREDIT GIVEN. 11
Just Think ! e - S B
This HiallOBl Cb
Dining Tab.eSC 50 JliJ I
tor Oi ' J ?
Everything for Housekeeping. ml
4r20H TlliS Pr3,l 8-d3
" C o:k, strikes hour
;ife and liaif hoar ; in is
j -ftS- cathedral Gong, L
J. BAUMANN& BR0.v 1 1
1313 to 1315 Third Ave.,
Bet. 7 nth and yOth Sta. "
,i in M H tVAIKUHR. Olt tlllkiiM
U ii Se.lur.lai a till 1U 1'. M.
SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWJ
Seamstress 2M
P.-r onlz v"' il. csn put a W-woM
4 "sKV M

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