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IT I THE WORLD: MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1894. J
i mro finnirc jsslss.
1 V V III Bill 111 Wo nnve Purchased from tlin litrceM
?h. , J I ga J Vr wl ga ssT lv manufacturers in Europe their entire
'U ' ( , stock of finest nunllty liuenn nml Iisve
'. i' ' V F I I IlT CJ 1 A stamped tliem up in the very latest tie.
':'' J )sa & J 1 a aicna. Wo offer luonint pricv timt do
, i ii i uot coror the cost of material. Tiie stock
I $50 plCCCS iMi-lHClL all WOOl Includes every article maniifscliiied in
' Imperial Serfe; 200 pieces stamped linens.
'ft ; "J,l'u' V ji',,rini .. DoIIIm. with and without open
J,i , 5-inch all-wool Dam o- ork flnd frilice. 8l8, .01..02 ni
4! . nais; 200 pieces i-inch all M jfo and u
'I ' : wool seeded Armnres in MM j serf, ami Hnrcnu coTcm. fmm
I : ; . blacU and the newest colors, I U ZV 40
(, - WORTH FULLY 75c. per "P I .riU8e. .ic..i, .;!.. . . . .to
'1a j nmvrl fit H Table Covers, from 22 to 40 Inches
h ? tft' M" . r square, with and. without open
iW , ? AjL&U, work and knotted frlnce, .15, DO
f ! L 500 pieces 46 -inch All -Wool, mm ? .m .ao. ... .
& ' ; I efr. TViiiQh TTfttrintta til- I I Bi,,",heri- T1(lic" Bn(1 Tray
Is blUC-4'imSll JlCtU ICini, ill- a Covers, with and without open
fe', ' WOS every Shade, NEVER " work and knotted frlnce. .10, on
I ' RETAILED BEFORE FOR lll .. da
I ; LESS THAN $1. 00, at O V W Fjne Hemst,tched Unens
:fe - : Bovs' Outfit L49. 3. 50 Shoes 1.49. . oMn henwtuehadnome..
11 aires, ronud and square. .00, 40
' ? - fc1?? We place on sale TvTa .08. .10 and -It
K? ' VL Monday at 9 A.M. ftt-Vy 230 dozen hemstitched Squares, rn
2 i ' fjA 'm mflU I lfS2 all sUes. .47. .BO and OS
Hip 'i 'AIyQ-) by. 0Be s to 12 Kfil 500 dozen hemstitched Trays, all
B : -" 'JjLLiJy yea"' consistinc "SC sizes. .10. .21. .'J5 and iZO
lf x UJTTT of complete suit. K YV 60 dozen hemstitched Scarfs, all nn
E I A extra pair of pants, Sjk, ,," ay 4' 0l '8 md
Hf' i c H V ynCi i i,i.,io" K 'wtot IV This is one of the greatest purchases
; l $ . W I yrrt oud . Kd "ai' that haa ever been made by anv retail
M ' S. - fy i worth 03.2Si nil J iQ Kfe, 3i. concern. The coods will be spread on
Him i 3, Ajr f for I.tU HMf'fp'3Snta. aix large counters in our ranln store, aud
fi . ; '" ... ... EsSl CTL- extra saletpeople will be in attendance to
rrV- f f Ihoontfltia made of the woll-known "- MfiaSKflEiWBB Insure prompt attention.
In ( 2 Bin. Medal Flannel, fast color, and pos. Ladles will do well to select now what
HLfr l i ..!., om1 wearinc nualities. HlouBes Ladles' fine Doncola Kid Button linens tliev may wish to outline and em.
V R !i. !th .allor col r aud trimmed Doota. made to sell at 3.00 and i JQ broldar in the country during the aum.
' J made wltn sailor conr nun ""' " 1 fln mer, aa this is certainly a rare oppor-
$- -J jihsoutacho braids in various styles. 3.50, alUtyles and sizes, at.... li7U tnn,",y
K.' MEN'S CLOTHING SALE BIGGEST VALUES IN NEW YORK.
ii Bloomingdale Bros., 59THTHZ 8T8.
'! BHT HELB FOB BOmEBr'
bV '
R I ThouBands of DollarB Worth of
W&r ! v Freoman'B Property Stolen.
t'i I'll
W 't " "
Wni' i Thieve Used n Wngon to Ucmovo
IE ifj Ills Feed and Harness.
fl- Ik Detectives Smith and Mooney, of the
Uf( IK But One Hundred and Fourth street
BBt If? tatton. arraigned In the Harlem Tollce
B lf Court this mornlnR elKht men, who are
BK' lira Charted with roublne Henry V. Free-
BV'' man. owner of a inovlnc van and stor-
Wmi J a see establishment, nt VO Hast One Hun-
BJKfi ! !? dred and Twenty-fifth street, of oats,
H ' harness and blanketB, to the amount of
pSIf fu several thousand dollars.
Mil " Freeman'e stables, from which the
BfJ? property was stolen, are at 3J3 East One
iBflif ? Hundred and Twelfth street.
C3E; 8? The prisoners gave their names as
lUe i Constanclus Heotl. alias licad-Uye-UIck.
'JBji fifty years old. of 321 12ant One Hun-
tS'j' : dred ond Seventh street; Salvator MM-
?Uf slnnl thirty-three years old. of 323 Kast
Hi? ? One Hundred and N'lrith street; Con-
BJ ft HUnto Demlcto. twenty-tlvo years old,
fflH i Of Hi East One Hundred and Eleventh
SBJv - street! Mike Olcme. tv.-nty-ono years
fH' C old, of 211) Cast One Hundred and Klev-
HK'( ) nth street; Francisco Caix-ncttl, ten-
nUr ' ft ty-seven years old, of 4?J l-.ust One Hun-
WKt i dred and Thirteenth street, all Italian';,
WW t '- end Charles Ueffner, llfteen years nlil,
CTt; f. of 215 East One Hundred and Twelfth
W& . street; George Herteiman. twenty e.ir
R i old. of One Hundred and Twent -third
I1"1 street and Third avenue, ami William
Krambach. seventeen years old, of One
; Hundred and Twelfth street and First
i avenue.
During the greater part of the Inter
'. nd Spring Freeman h.ii bien missing
: quantities of oats. Hu thought the
amounts too small to lomplulu to tho
T police until a few weeks ago, when
lassie. Up "la stable was broken Into uguin.
H;: t J v He vas surprised when Detectives
K?'1 '-i t, Bmlth and Mooney arrehted Heotl, and
m.' jfi found slxty-nve Imgs of oath In the
' ji latter's cellar The Ijjks hnd Freeman's
jB i initials stampeil on tl.em. Freeman
WH'., 1 did not think the gung hud cairled off
Ii f3? o large a quantity.
Ely t, After maknlg an Inventory he found
flIJf'- II' that he had bten robbed nt several
t fit thousand dollars' worth of feed, how
s' sver, during the paBt few months
M:a' (1 Heotl had a horse and wagon, which
l. Kj he used In curtlug oft the oats and
UbmT. ftf other property,
f Justice Welde held each (if the men In
mil S" 11,000 ball for examination. fharles
IS H Ueffner, who Is not yet sixteen yenis
(I,; 5; old, was turned over to the Qerry So-
UPS - S cletv.
ijlt I BURGLARS IN A CHURCH.
HI, I;
Iiluib Cw Two Men Hud Mil- 1'iiHtor's Oirr-
IK'T v vint unit Cnue.
BJ4 iSr John Lynch, twenty-one years old, of
J" jC't 181 Houston street, and Charles ltudley,
Wk' j twenty-live, no home, wero held for
ID!;, B trial In the Jefferson Market Police
Hf IB Court to-day on a charge of but Rial y.
ill:. If George Schweitzer, a wutehni.tn, at
vmi II,. the Asbury Church on iiblilngton
im't lit. Square, saw a crowd In front ot u
tislitt la5; window at the side ot the chinch ea-
5 )UZ !I terday afternoon. He dlseoveied that
ft J", W- tne men werc standing there to hldo
i Iflili In two of their number, who had opened
.VR'p t the window nml entered the rhurch
MlA 13 Schweitzer waited until the emerged
"'i fl) i and then made a demon nn the ,-rowd
i. (rv iS. He found that the two huitrlari lia I
' imi, la- stolen a l7o overcoat und a gold-headed
' IS ?ttrJ? belonging to the pustor, Hev. lJr
WmKB !, J. S. Strone.
Ii' Schweitzer captured the two men who
T 1 (I bad entered the church but the ten or
y.jHJs llV. twelve confederates got away.
HELD AND ROBBED.
fctnaoii linn ami
HEPJ Friend mi tbr
BJBHBriBBp An actor named Itobert Ward, forty
JIJHJP"Kf years old, of 20 i:ast Third street, and
RssBBMB'C 5m,eSo.E' .Muen. thirty-live years old.
sSBBBBFPHf?' ?l ".Stanton street, were remanded in
PHHiYflKHH the Lssex Market Follce Court to-duy.
R;nBBK'.& ,Ae?t1'.Ma5?.n'.wbo llves at Howery,
ttVwK1 ?'1 !nat while In a room at 13 Stanton
fit sKJT SKh''- street the two men held his hands while
Bf JBFV T01?.6" went through his pockets und
m HLflf iCi?-' ' stole 12.
SkiflBtj-K . Waaen ahoutjd for the police, and the
rKla two men wer? arrested, The woman
K W. W wade her escape. The meu deny the
HHrEi ' i t
BMllllflfill 1
Stern Brothers
are exhibiting In their
TrJmmed MUHeery
Deparlmeiniis
Exclusive and Original Styles of
Garden, Carriage and
WalkJog Hats.
West Tweety-TMird St.
PHETTI CASHIER II THIEF.
Eunioe Devoo SyBtematioally Robs
Truosdell, Spretor & Co.
Relieved to Hnve Taken $1,500
Since October.
Eunice Devoe, twenty years old, of
311 West Eighteenth street, was held
for trlnl nt JefferROn Market l'ollce
Court to-day charged with stealing sys
tematically from Truesdale, Spreeter &
Co., dry-goods dealers, at 2S7 Eighth
ave.
Eunice va a cashier In the store.
She had been In charge of the cashier's
department on Saturday since last Oc
tober, and, according to her own ad
missions, has been Bteullng all that
time.
She accomplished this by adding the
ciibli checks Incorrectly and deducting
money to make the matter sctiare.
Shu was charged speelllcally with tho
laiceny of $30 last Suturday night. Sho
confessed to W. J. Underwood, attorney
for the firm, thut she had taken Mm
money Sho also m-iii home and ob
tained Hu. which she had given to her
mother to keep, and turned that over
to Mr. I'nderhlll.
George 1). Hyder, of the firm, ap
peared as complainant at court to-day.
He said ho believed she had taken Jl.&O
In all He win at a loss to understand
how she hnd used sutdi an amount of
money, as h1h had no lover and had
L'lven no sIkiis of extravagant living.
The glila mother, a klndly-fiiced Ger
man woman, nobbed In fore Justice Mc
Muhon this morning She had had no
blca that her daughter was dishonest
until sent for to-daj
The girl Is a derl.ledly pretty blonde,
She was held In JI.imo half.
BROKER BEMENT'S PRESENT.
Iliinkit from Friends to lleHiillo Ilia
I.miK Siill to Srotliuid,
The members of tho Stock Exchange
are laughing to-doy over a present
which some of their number made to
"Ed" llement, Saturday, when ho
hailed as the guest of John Brooks. In
the latter's schooner yacht I-asca, for
Scotland.
The Euscr In going over to race with
home of the crack English yachts, and
the broker friends of liement. who Is a
member of the Exchange, thought tho
voyage from here to Scotland would be
long, and time hang heavy on the hands
of Messis Ilrooks and llement.
So a collection was taken up and two
books purchased for the yachtsmen to
read while on board ship The books
were a copy of th Illble. and an Illus
trated copy of " Hell Up To l)te."
You reml flic ICvenlnic World!
, Do you rend the Snudtur Worldt
tawWfrsMW llllliplillliliajjsjJIgjBjg
BABY KARLE'S QUEER DEATH.
niootl I'oUonlnir Caused It, anil u
Coroner Will In ventlxnlr.
The Coroners' ofllce was notified to
day of the alleged mysterious death yes
terday of a seven week old Infant,
Otto Karle, son of Otto and Emma
Karle, of 161 East One Hundred and
Tenth Btreet.
The attending physician, Dr. James
Law, of Ct East One Hundred and Twenty-second
street. In the certincate of
death ascribed It to blood-poisoning, and
wrote "the exact cause cannot be found
out. It began on the left shoulder and
spread over the entire body. I suppose
It was caused by the prick of a poisoned
Pin or from the bite of an Insect. It
was certainly accidental."
President Schullze, of the Board of
Coroners, handed the case over to Cor
oner Shea, with the suggestion that
although the matter needed no Inquest
they would probably be obliged to hold
one.
You rend tlie Kvrnlnc World!
Dn yon rend the Sunday Worldt
MURDER AT SCHOOL DEBATE.
Tvro Killed nml Mix llndly Hurt In
the Frut'iiM.
tllf AMorlUe-l PrM )
LIMA, O., April 23. In n light at a
country school debate near Winchester,
Nathan Mansfle'.d was stabbed In the
back and Injured so badly that he died
In a few hours, and Ed Carroll's skull
was crushed with a club. The Unlit
started among some of the smaller chil
dren, and before It was terminated
everybody in the house was mixed up
in It. Eva Krutzer, the teacher, armed
herself with a stick of wood and dealt
Henry Slelnman a blow over the head.
Six persons were so badly huit that
they had to be taken home, and tho
greatest excitement prevails. The di
rectors of the schools have sworn out a
I score or more of warrants for tho parties.
MURDERER MILLER HELD.
Will Anlt the Griiuil Jurj'i Ac
tion, Without Hall.
Charles Miller, of 521 East Thirteenth
street, the self-confessed murderer of
Night Watchman August Loonier, of
Helde's randy factory at 181 Franklin
street, corly last Wednesday morning,
was given un examination In the Tombs
l'n'lce Court this morning.
Justice Itynn held Miller without ball
for the Grand Jury.
Clubbeil t- Ills llrother.
CVri!Fllu Sptllin twtnty.fliht rrari old, of
S3S KaiI Svtatr-'ond itrtrt. ukta to th
rreljttrlin lloiplul tirlr tMi morning lurt.r.
Ids from woundi on tb tttp, tnnlett.1 with a
club by bll brolbir John Tbt Utttr u arrtt4
4o4 lockt4 up U tbt Eftlt Slltjr.lfVinta trt
lUtloa.
si
You rend the ISvenlnir World!
Do you read the Buadny Worldt
. .; g . , .ii,4,M, i,i .--
SIXTH C MANICURINQ, 25c. SIXTH
avenue 3 sJsmrjr Jl fn AVENUE
-"' i Wi: CtlNTIMlX '!() OFFIUI . I--TM f
I5TH ' J T,I,J 'N,,Y )i"ii''-i' lo I H
qtrppt HTis- IOUVIN STREET.
THREE GREAT VALUES
Ladies' 5hTrt Waists.
IN I'liKCALE IN LALNDERED IN FINE INDIA SILK,
NFW stvi n; ' COLLARS CUFFS, IN ALL COLORS.
npvv pattpdmc FINE FRENCH Equal in quality
NEW PATTERNS, PERCALE, and workmanship to
ALL COLORS, IN ALL COLORS, any sold at 6.00.
A,25c. A,88c. A,2.93
Worth 65c. Worth 1. 75. Worth 6.00.
SIXTH AVENUE AND I5TH STREET.
" Mollie and I
and the Baby"
IfAVK THE HAPPIEST IlOMR THAT ANY
O.VK COUI.D DESIRE. DON'T YOU KNOW
THAT HOltn ltAl'I'INESH I.AIIOEI.Y DK.
PKNDS VVQX Till! WAY IHE HOME 18
FUllNItfltKD?
FUHTIIKHMOltK, THE INFI.VENCK OP A
WKLL-Kl'llNISHED HOME IS ItEFININO.
IT IlOEMN'TCtwrfcOVKHY MUCH EITI1EK
IF YOU I1UY llEItn.
LET VH OIVK YOU A FEW MONEY-SAVING
QUOTATIONS):
A good Parlor Suit v III rout M0. 00
A Parlor Carpet will cmt '.'8.00
A Parlor Toblo will cost 4.00
A food Bedroom Hull Kill cost 1(1.00
A lledroom Cnt will cost. 1(1.00
A alee Pldeboard nlll roil 12 M
A set ot 4 Dining Clinlrs will cost 7.0U
A Crib for bahy will rat 0. SO
Total 9124.01)
THE AIIOVE I'ltlCIW AHE FO!t S10Dr.lt-
ATE-pniri:!) ooods. wi: have fineii
QOOIH IF YOU WANT THEM.
J.H.UTTLE&CO
3 and 6 Wost 14th St
PAYING OFF DEPOSITORS.!
a
Sherman Bank Cancels Accounts
of All Who Call.
Cashier Niirtlirup Correct Some of
the Mnny Itunior.
According to the nnnounccment mnda
by the directors on Saturday afternoon,
the Shcrinun Hank opened Its doors as
usual this forenoon for tho purpose of
p.iylni? off all depositors who desired to
withdraw their accounts.
When tho paying teller opened his lit
tle window at 10 o'clock there was n
line of twenty people. Including a half
dozen women, walling to get their
money. A tilK Pllo of crisp hank notes
on tho paying teller's desk had tho
effect of reassuring many of the wor
ried oneH.
Tho cashing of checks kept up with
out intermission until noon, when the
line had dwindled down to u half dozen
small depositors.
Tho directors were on hand early
and held another meeting, which wad
still In session at noon.
Hank Supt I'reston nnd Hank Hxam
iner Judson went to work early In order
If poBslhle to get their report ready by
this afternoon.
CaBhler Northrup contradicted to-day
some of the statements which have been
made concerning the bank having bought
up the accounts of the defunct Madison
Bona re Hank.
''The truth of the matter Is," he said,
"we did not buy any of tho accounts,
but merely took them In on transfer.
There were tn all perhaps 100 accounts,
and of these we assumed the risk of
paying about CO per cent, of the amounts
due dopo'ltors.
" Of tUU wi bv already had about
i J
Pee the corner window far our famous
fiOe. Neckwear.
WIVOGEL&SON
SPECIAL 8ALE.
BOYS' SUITS
Long Pants Suits, Ages 13 to 18,
$9.75
Actual Valuo$12,$14,&$15.
HOUSTON &B'WAY
Clothing bought of us kept pressed and
repaired Tree of Chirac.
Hotels.
on ers.-riNNi:it, with wine. on ere
OU ft 'ill HO'CIOt'K V. M. OU
KRISCH'S RESTAURANT,
211-31 hAM' suTu HP., fr Uruaciway,
TIH.E DrHOTE,BOc. ,lncl inline wind; o'courtes,
sulectlou ot UO dishes. New York Hotel, OOSUn ay.
Steamboats.
New York and Long Branch Steamboat Co.
Htenmer Mary ratten leaves foot of Jane bL.
X. It., dally (ex cent Hundays), DA. M. Krelrbt
iuceti) for Hfabrlffht. Monmouth Beach, Xittl
bUver, Ionn n ranch att1 U ranch port,
Bxcuralon TlckeUt fit cents.
No Money Down.
IF YOU HAIIBFV Vt YOU AltL! THK UIUIIT PA11TY.
J. & S. BAUiVIANN'S
AMERICA'S GREATEST CREDIT HOUSE,
EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Lamps, Baby Carriages, Oilclo'hs, Stoves,
Pictures, Clocks, Portieres, Crockery, Refrlgeiators and Tinware.
T1IOSK WHO CANNOT I'AVOH FS WITH A t ALL CAN WllITF. UH OF ANY PltOPO
HITION OF TF.IIMS THKY WIH1I TO Ul'Il.Mlr, AND WI: WILL U1VL- THE 8AMK OUIl
l'KOMl-r ATTK.STION.
8th Ave., Cor. 1 9th St.
Nolle, to Our l'utrouai Am Uprn Mntnrdny Nlghtn Until 1U O'Clork.
STAY IN TOWN THIS SUMMER!
wn tvii.i, .haki: you co.iifoktaiim:.
FURNISHING FLATS OUR SPECIALTY.
CASH NOT NECESSARY.
Your rbnlrr nt nn Inunrnnr aNnurliurnl nt rurnltiire. C'nrprtn, Ktijrn. Curtnlna. Odd
Fnitry 1'urlur l'lt-rt'M mid Mcurin ul pretty UiIiikm tunt makv a Iiouau tiiYltliiff.
HENRY EVIANNES SONS,
429-431 Eighth Ave., bet. 31st and 32d Sts.
li-rilMI FtIK OI'K l.ITTI.i: HOOK ON UtOIKFt'UMSIIINO.-ff
25 per cont. rpturneil. The bank ri
sunipd tht risk ot taking these nccauntn
on thp iirlncitile that a Uepoaltor who
can uffonl to keep u permanent balance
In bank of, say. $1,500 la In nil probability
u man of resources, nnd we would bo
perfectly safe in lending him DO per cent,
of h balance at the time of his bank's
failure.
"The whole amount transferred to us
from tho Mndlson Square Hank wna only
nbout J35.OO0, und not J100.000 us tins been
reported.
"We do not expect that the Hanking
Department will toko chnrtre here at
all," concluded Mr. Northrup.
OXFORD SAID TO BE WILLING.
More Tnlk of nn International Col
Iprc llont ltnee,
Wf A.iorlated I'rm )
CAMItRmai:. Mnsi., April 23. It Is
stated to-day on good authority that the
much-talked-of International lxat-race
between the champion college crews of
this country and England, which has
been discussed each season for so many
years, is at last likely to take place this
jear.
This time It Is understood that the
advances nre being made by the English
oarsmen, nnd thnt Oxford has sent word
to Ynlo and Harvard that she would be
glad to race tho winner of the Yale
Hurvard race, In England, about Sep
tember next.
'The proposition Is that the American
crew shall go to England In August and
the race will be rowed on the Thames
as soon after as praetlcuble. In order
to bring about a nice It would be neces
sary for the Englishmen to remain In
training three months longer than usual,
but It Is said they are willing to do this.
As yet the ktory lacks confirmation from
Harvard boating authorities.
AViinta Mnratru Appointed Master.
T. U Park, hu appll! to Ju4c. Laeonb. In
tbt Unlt Statu Circuit Court, tor tb. tp
lol.tmtnt ul n. It. Manttn a. nulir for un
Union UamMp Company, and alto tbat tb.
icuur, wbta appoint!?, .hill paa. upon tb. ao
count ot U. Cantputf tytf lo Mia.
E
O'NEILL'S runipu
Sixth Ave,, 20th to 21st St. I" j J
nrbKli" L BROS.
apcudl dic from 9 L t unt 2 o,cock
Q T Tq 1 Q T0-M0RR0W
JJ JL JLV -i- V Wo will soil ono lot of Ladioa'
Black UNDERWEAR
ntr 1 1 'nr below regular prices. A fow
IVlOirC IllKS, Piocea alightly Boilod, olberwiso
' porfeot nnd of unusually good
14 quality. Tho lot includos:
I II I GOWNS Fine Muslin, tucked yokes and
GOWNS Fine MUBlln, Mother Hubbard,
Regular 1.50 Quality. hemslltched yoke, with colored em
broidery trimming.
CORSET COVEHS Embroidery and
w j -r ... Lace Trimmings.
fl1 SllK C CHEMISES-Pompadour yokes of all-
A1.J.J1C4. AJL1AV4?9 over embroidery.
DRAWERS White and colored India
g linen, trimmed In contrasting Bhades.
BB DRAWERS-Frult of the Loom Muslin,
J jp j double cluster of tucks.
- SKIRTS Fliie Muslin, deep cambric raf-
Regular 89c. Quality. ne hemtche(1
immn0. u!i Avorayo value of nbove over 75o
Immense Variety, eah. for to.rnorrow, between tho
New Designs, Light and hours of 9 A. m. and 2 p. m.,
Dark Grounds. gf M C.
H.O'NEILL&CO., WT
oth Ave, 20tu to aiHt st. Mot more than 2 Pieces
HARLEM RIVER PARK. 8old to each c"8omr
book. owijwRjaAOJUiiam sixth AVE. & 23D ST.
OFFICE. lltTTH MTKKET .V 21) AVK.
"YOU'LL BE A
LONG TIME DEAD."
DON'T DEPItlVE YOURSELF OF A T1IINQ THAT WILL MAKE YOUll
HOME COMrOHTAIILK AND CnKKIlFL'L. IF YOU HAVEN'T GOT TIIU
CAHH-NEVEll MIND-
OUR PEERLESS CREDIT SYSTEM
WILL FUItNISIt YOUll HOUSE FROM TOl' TO EOTTOM-JUT AS lXK
OANTLY AND FOR JUST AS LITTLE MONEY AS THESE SAME THINUS
WOULD COST FOR SPOT CASH ANYWIIKItE.
NO CASH REQUIRED
PROVIDED YOU ARE A11LETO SATISFY US OF YOUR AI1II.1 TY TO MEET TIIE PAYMENTS
AS THEY COME DUE. OUR STOCK EMBRACES EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
Furniture, Carpets. Bedding, Lamps, Stoves, Baby Carriages, Clocks,
Refrigerators, Curtains, Crockery and Housefurnishing Goods.
OUR TERMS.
830 WORTH 81.0O PER WEEK SlOO WORTH 82.00 PER WEEK
00 " 1.25 " " 200 ' 2.30 "
75 " 1.30 " " I 300 " 3.00 " "
S. BAUMANN & CO.
733, 735. 737, 739, 741 AND 743 EIGHTH AVE.
W. W. CORNER 40TH BT. OPEN HATURDAVH TIM, It) P. M,
GOWPERTHWAIT
Furniture,
Carpets.
EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING
LOWEST PRICES AND ON
LONGEST CREDIT.
DEST GOODS.
LARGEST STOCK.
GOWPERTHWAIT,
193 to 205 PARK ROW,
Near Chatham Square.
ESTABLISHED 1S07.
RUPTURE CURED.
The Improved ElutlaTniM I. tb only tnis In
zlnt.nce that 1. worn ltll atmolutecomtorl night
and ilny, it rel.lna the rupture uuder Hie hnul
etetTcHo or seven-st strain, and will effect a
permanent and apeedy cure without regard to the
aft ot the patient: examination tree. Lady In
attendance lor tattles, send for i amphlet.
IMPHOVhl) KLASTIO TRUSS CO.,
822 and HJ4 llroadu ay.rorner 12th t- .New York.
Boarders Wanted.
531 WASHINGTON hTTlopecta)le men;
board and washing, fS. o'llrlen; 2d IIIkIiI up.
SCHLENK GIVES HIMSELF UP.
He Kmbczzlcd $800 from the Phil
adelphia I'ost-Olllco.
A young man, travel-stained and hav
ing very much the appearance of an
understudy for one of Coxey's army,
walked Into the Elizabeth street police
station about 1.30 o'clock this morning
and said to the sergeant in charge:
"My name Is Edward J. Schlenk. I
live in Philadelphia, where I worked In
the l'ost-Olllcc. I wish to surrender my
self, as I understand the authorities In
Philadelphia want me."
The sergeant didn't liealtnte to, lock
the man up, yet he regarded his state
ment with some Incredulity and at first
fancied It was a little scheme on
Schlenk's part to procure free passage
to Philadelphia. Policeman Hagar was
detailed to Investigate Schlenk's story,
and he found that It was true.
Post-Oftlce Inspector H H Hchott had
a record of Schlenk's peculations, and In
the Tombs Police Cuurt this morning
the Inspector told Justlco Martin that
Schlenk was a money-order clerk In a
sub-station of the Phllxdelphla Post
Oftlce, and on March 10 he appropriated
(SCO of Government funds and tied from
the city.
Schlenk will return to Philadelphia
without a requisition. He said he had
travelled a great deal since he fled from
Philadelphia, and had Just reached New
York from the South. When he was
searched at the station-house a 32-callbre
revolver was found In one of his pockets.
He until a friend of his In the South gave
It to him a few weeks ago.
Receiver for the "Frcilonlnn."
NRWAItK, N. J., April H An application hu
ttttt road. In tb. Court ot Cb.ac.rir tor tb. ap.
polQlmtnt of a reetlv.r of tb. tt.w Dninvwlck
Froataa Publliblng Company, wbo ar. tb. pro
prl.tora ct tb. Daily Fr.donlaa, on. ot U. Lading
paptr. ot tbtt cltr. Tb. application I. mad.
on tb. rtouBd tb.t tb. Company I. ln.olT.nt and
U uk4 tor by lb. itockboUtn of tb. Cotnpanr,
REMNANTS!
BRUSSELS AND HOQUETTE nn
CARPETS. MONDAY AND Sflfi.
TUESDAY ONLY VaV,'
I.VERYTIIIMl FICO.H A t'l,OTIIII'lN
PRICE" OUTFIT, AT l.OWEMT
CASH OR TIME.
$1.00 per .eekon$?A; S'iOOpor '.eel; nnflftn.
$l,fopcrwceko!iltuj fci.&Uiierwtvic on $200.
LUDWIG BAUHi I GW'l
HIST ST. AND 3D AVE., HARLEM.
OPEN SATURDAY TILL 10 P. .11,
BREAKFAST-SUPPER.
PPS'S
ORATEFVL-COMFORTINO.
COCOA
BOILING WATEIt OH SIII.K.
Dentistry.
PAINLESS DENTISTRY.
DR. 0. W. HALL'S
NEW .llhTIIOI).
Teeth extracted positively palnlesi wltlioat
Oiat, Chloroform or l.ther Iir. C, II. Van u
Mihnve., Newark. M. J,, ays: "I hudUteetb.
extracted at Dr. Hall's Ilental Tarlop. without
tliv least parliclo o! puln and wlt'iont lou o cou
clouaneaa, " Hundreds ol te.tliuonlals at olllca
,d$m& WITH0UTPIATES
npld crowns and teeth wllhont plate. Iniert.1
ro.lllvely painless, at reasonable rates.
BLSr GUM TELTII. ON RUBBER. PLATE, S10.
COLD FIMJNOS, t.SO rpWAHD.
, IsILVKK FILI.INdH. TCC. UPWAIta
rllllngs Inaertcd palulcasly aud warranted 6 yoars,
O.W.HALL,.D.S.,
IHD nilOAIIWAY,
? Tioor. Ilelow 'JM Kt. . N K v YOIttt
Hour. I H A. JI. to 1". M. Bjndays, 10 to X
SHERIDAN DISCHARGED.
He Warn Su.pected of ThrcMTtup; III.
Wife Dosvq n Slinft.
Patrick Bherldan, who was arrested
on tho suspicion of having thrown his
wife, Margaret, down the air-shaft at 622
West Fiftieth street, where they reside,
was dlscharned when arraigned In the
Yorkvllle Police Couit this morning.
Mrs; Bherldan was found by her hus
band In an unconscious condition at
the bottom of the Bhaft late last Satur
day night. She was first taken to the
Roosevelt Hospital, and afterwards
transferred to Uellevue Hospital, There
she was discharged yesterday and went
home. It Is thought that she must have
dropped asleep while In the kitchen and
accidentally fallen down the shaft
Remarks made by her while delirious
led the police to suspect her huiband
of throwlus; her out of a window.
HRICN
L. BROS.
FROM O UNTIL S O'CLOCK
TO-MORROW
Great Horning Sale ot
CAPEbS
AND
JACKETS.
LADIES' SHORT JACKETS, IN C(
VERT, CHEVIOT AND KERSE
PLAIN AND MOIRE TRIMME
TIGHT FITTING AND REEFE
FRONTS, WORTH W.EO, FOR
3.49.
STYLISH DOUBLE CAPES, IN FIN
KERSEY. EACH CAPE TRIMMED 1
ROWS OF NARROW DRAID, MOIB
RIltnON RUCHE COLLAR AND ROl
SEPARATE SKIRTS, IN CHEVIC
AND SERGES, FINISHED WIT
PLAITED BELT, WORTH 17.60. FOI
3.98.
HANDSOME MOIRE SILK AND VE
VET CAPES WITH FULL SHOULDI
RUFFLE OF BOURDON LACE A
BRUSSELS NET, TRIMMED WI1
CUT JET AND RIBBONS! ALSO,
VERY NATTY SUITS IN A VARIE1
OF CLOTHS AND LATEST SYLI
WORTH $15.98, FOR
7.98.
SALE FROM 9 A. M. TO 2 P. U.
6th Ave, & 23d St
Sporting.
CASH PAID
CAMERAS A!
L 5iK for CANll.
NrTtTliiw Bargains In Jfi
IHff'fcnS2?r? nA Ueoond'tli
llllll ILrVA Cameras and Lent
WrWS xl "AND CA
lll'JII i1IVaK IIltAH.MKTBI
)Mapvy I i'oit n lo.iio.'
J fn23S Nw Rna f1
XS 4jgiA' x Tmpa ,r,o. 1, $1.
5vrS xo. a. rioo.
IlltV n,ATH, 4x8,000.1 57.1)00.
A lull assortment nt Chemicals and BuppU
Prlnttnff and de eloplllff.
t-end 4-cont.tamp for Instructor andcstalor
TIIK I'OL.IIKH A: MfllWINO.IIl'Cl.ili
a7l Canal st. , X. Y. . il door, east ot llroadw
Remington Bicycles,
S75.00.
'03 l.latit Itonit.trra, nrw, smrrantei
CAWH )lt INNTAl.MKNTH.
91S.00 O.N DKI.lViqtY OF .11 A CHI!
AMI IIAI.s.NCK IS .1IONTIILY PJ
aillNTS OF TKN D0M.AR8 KAMI.
'Ul LItlllT ltOADSTIiltfs, 8116.00
F. W, AYMAR, GRAND GIRG1
8TH ATE. ot 80TII NT.
BICYCLE "HLAUtJIITETt
01 those l.CK) Now lHlUBaretHO
listed at Vi. complete tx
S500 IiACII(
also fiCO ot name makes .lightly
aotted or used but little,
fia ANI) MO KACU,
I,. V. JANDORP cfc COa
11(1 ot 118 W. HJ5TIIBT,,
38 PAR K. l'LACE, (Cor. Church Bt)
niCVCLES We h.Te upset tb. entlr. crel. t
with our cut prices: I'llot. and J.w.l eui
tlrea, 120 to 130; pnu.tlrcd Raleigh., Ormor
Snlvotorj. Plcetwlniis, Envoys, Itudm, Score!
Luxury.. 135 to $57.30: .econd'hand wheel. 1
US to 130, old ubeeli ttken In trad.; term, c
A. (1. C. CO.. 10 Uarcl.y at,, near Broadway.
7orever7 man. only $
W. H. PARKER. M. D.,!4,,!.:.'.
THE HOST IHINEHT SPECIALIST II Mil
Eatabllshed In 1H0U. Chlel ron.nltlDir
leiian ol the 1'iabndT .Tledleai In.iUi
lowborn svaa awarded Ih. noicl meualoT
fNntional AlrtllCKl Antrl.tl.i forth. Pi
to. at on Hxbniisted VIlalllT, Atr.p
Nrrvnu. and PhTeleal Uebllltr. sin
Diseases and Weakness. '.iia
ifan.thevouno.themlifdle'acedand W"J
tU. Consultation In peraon or by Isttet f
Mctui, with tettlmonlals, rBre Ji
keok, Tlie Mclenc. af r Itltai. LI
,t, Heir.l'r.serTnlloB. th. prlf. saaiT.
pp.. V Invaluable prescription, for aenU
chronla dluuw, full rUt. onljr 10.00, o
sail'd.
For Sale.
$1 Tt fl.OOWKKKLYDI
I 1 Watches, Ulamotuli
$1.00 DOWN&fi
jewelry. (V)c. weekly: no inlsrepresentati
J. K. Arnold, No. a Mnlden lanejjake clevi
UICYCLES V have 15o"blcyclM. lust bougt
cash, comprising Ilalelsh.. Credendas. Quit
Iludges. Luxury., Ormoades, Fleet lni. '
goes. 8ni.lte), &c. new wbe.1. and second
varying In price from 115 to 135: blBb-rjrad. 1
matlc. new, 110 to 113 Come and .ee u. I
purchasing clscwb.ro. HKltALI) CVCLB Ca
Nassau .1., New York, near Post-Otac
WII.I.COX ft rillins, Automatic. Domestic,
Rome, White. Miner. Household, the J
known Kruse. f IH tip; good aecond-hand see
machines IromtlO up. (or cash or monthly
menta. Woeichnnc, rent and repair ail"
olmnchlneji. Kruw U't' Co., 121- I
SOUOrandat.
DIAMOND-1. Watches and Jewelry sold on c
to responsible parties. Henri bchaap, ol
Maiden lane. ,.
A ('lfA.NCK-ATafnTl7" III sell for le than
third their valuo all their magnificent "fg'
piano, parlor suits, curtttlns.rtraiwrl.s.cloca"
tronres. palnllncs. line oak bedroom sell.
lurnltiire.dlnnrrsets.sllverware.aidaimosi
thlnu pertnlnlnc to n matrnltlcent home, v
carpets, JI'J tu S'JO. IBM West Mlhtt.
Stenographer "pg
Can secure tltuatlon by puttln
cent Situation AdvL (M rfordi
lowed) In The Worl.l. wtelt da:
Bundar.
Mrs. MontTomcry'a rnneral,
Tb. fun ral .errlce. ot tt. lat. Ml". K1
AugusU Montgom.ry will b. b.ld at tt. C
ot th. Incarnation to-morrow morning at
o'clock. Tb. Interment will b. at Itl"
Mrs. Montgom.ry died at h.r r.rldie. on t
day. Eb. wa. tt. wit. ot tb. lat. Rer
ll.nry E. Montgom.ry and tb. daigbt.r o
lata Judg. Jam.. Lynch. '
Mrs. M. C. it. l)rTl Ded.
Margaret Cocul.t Mills Davis, who died
urday, wis .Ighty four yaart ot age, Bl)
th. graBddanght.r of Col. Timothy Mills, I
In.nt aoldl.r In th. Il.volutlonary War. W
a great frlvtd of O.n. Latay.tta. and Mrs.
had a distinct rtcolUctloa ot both th r
nobleman and Aaron Dorr.
a
Ton ra tho BremtaK WorW
So 70a read tfaa Buudny AVi"
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