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C H- 1 . TIIE y)RLD: THURSDAY EVENING; 'APRIL 2G. 1894. ' 3
v e Fourth Separate Company's
smoker " Included a Prize Fight,
and Real Blood Was Spilled.
01
) MORE STAG PARTIES TO BE HELD.
"" 'realtor Patroncne Msy Be Harder to
I, Securo When Hops and Dances
d Are to Take S lace.
i
lft
There Is trouble nmong the membeis
the fourth Scparuto Company, N. O..
N. Y., of Vonkers, which threatens to
ipalr Its cinclency and destroy that
" Irlt of harmony which li essential to
e prosperity of the command, which,
ider the management of Capt. Truyn,
J is Just mustered Its full complement of
" l men for the llrst tlmo In Its history.
n The trouble crew out of a "smoker"
"slot; racket," as It was otherwise
illed, held at the armory Monday night,
which the programme Included a num.
:r of athletic contests. The armory
as filled with an audience of between
Dl ) and 700 men. Tho feature wits a
' iut between Fred Koster and J. O'Don-
J ij, of Yonkers. It wns announced on
tl le programme ns n ten-round contest
r points. Koster was knocked out In
J ie third round. The men used hard
4 eves, blood flowed freeyl, and It was
' ally a knock-out fight. It was the
$j awing card of the show, and, despite
ie modest announcement of tho pro-
amme, the tip had been quietly clr-
ilated nmons tho sporting men nbout
iwn that It was to bo n knock-out
;ht, and this accounted for the big
wil present.
After the affair there was a good deal
: ccltement, and Capt. Pruyn, who had
-rived late, nnd who was unawnro of
i! expected mill, piomptly ordered the
dl cleaicd. There was a stormy meet
g of the company, nt which It Is said
pt. I'rujn and Lieut. Thompson, the
halrmnn of the Kntertalnment Com
itteo, had high words, and the members
' the company were divided Into two
.ctlons. Capt. Pruyn has all along been
ipocd to the smokers, and has be
jved In confining the social features of
mipany life to tho receptions. I.icut.
hompson, who is not a ladles' man,
es not care for the receptions and is
ic leader of a considerable number of
ie company who favor athletics and
tre responsible for getting up the
nokers.
After the crowd left the armory It
as found that the new floor, which had
ist been laid, was covered with to
icco julep, and many of the company
cpres,ed their Indignation at this In
rong terms. They said that the crowd
hich camp to the smokers was not the
rt they cared to entertain at the orm
y. Capt. Pruyn declared that there
ould be no more smokers, and some
embers of the command declared that
" h ease there would be no more re
ntlons, ns they would not attend.
minus reports of the trouble on
inJay night were In circulation Tues
)", many of them exaggerated, and
re was a good deal of leellng manl
iterl. The members of the company
tied their differences, Insomuch that
y agreed to keep the matter quiet,
I committers waited upon both local
pers, and thov made no mention of
y trouble Despite this tho story
read, and Its discussion provoked a
rletv of comment. The women of
In st hocletv In Yonkers who have
it their names as patronesses to vn
mis tlTn.rs .tip especially indignant
at tli" eotnpinv 3hould hold such
.Ms in Its itlllinrv.
ip' Pruyn and Lieut. Thompson were
r Indignant esterday. "There was
i H.ht Intended " paid tho former,
I m 1 when I ,nv the boxers getting too
"r"-si mill I stopped the entertaln
fnt There will be no more smokers."
HEWITT WILL ASK A VETO.
etter No Rapid-Transit Bdl than One for
a Bi-Partlsan Board.
Abrnm H Hewitt wns Indlgnnnt when
e was tolil last night by a World re
ort. r what had been done nt Albany
la rapid transit. He said eniphati-
"A bl-paitisan commission would de
it the pilnolplp on which the bill was
onstruilul, which Was to secure rapid
rati'-lt at the lowest possdble cost and
in the Ki'.itest possible evpedltlon.
ilie proposed division of the commis
on between the two political parties
eans that the treasury shall bo
lunderp for tho benefit of the politic
m e" Yrik ean better afford to do
lihout rapid transit than to be sub
(led to the cohtly experience. It would
.pvsailly end In the ultimate nbandon
cnt of tho enterprise. A bi-partisan
mmlsslon would probably bankrupt
ie treasury The politicians would not
t ko till the Inst dollar had been ex
alted from the taxpayers.
If n bi-partisan commission is pro
ved for by the bill which passes I will
PPi'M to the Coventor to Veto It. Thero
1 1,?fety (or ,ne I,ubllc B0 lonB the
iV'l ll"""" rvay ' Incorporated in
m
GIVES EVEEY VOTER HIS RIGHTi
"dins Lawyeri fay tho Barton Ballot
Bill Is Constitutional.
Urn following was given out for publication
'stiriluy
The undersigned arc of tho opinion tluit tho
iwltiitlmial right of an illl:erato xotcr to
to (uruputviii wliiee name la not printed
Urn lallnt is iufflclenUy recognized and
iardc.1 by tint fectioiiof tho Faxtou bill re
a I) lia by the Mate Kcnatc which per
lUtlio inutuig upon tho Lallot of u pa.Wr or
iM'ni ' -"'alnlng tho title or a hlnt-io
. ' .!hc """ "' ,h candidate therefor
r h hom the oter desires to vote.
JAMKSC. CAItriJIt.
WIIEIU.KR II. I'KCKIUM.
QEOIMIi: BUM.
HI.UIIJ HOOT.
JMI.I.IAM a imRNIiLOWKIt.
KlSKPU a CIIOATE.
JOILN K. I)IM)N.
Empty FliU.
, 5J.J, ,2 owne.rR' '"Ptf a P wn Un.
PLUNDER IN 1 IIS.
Tho Consort or the Florida Thief Quits
Her Jersey Refuge Jnst
in Time.
A CHASING OFFICER TWO HODRS LATE.
He Finds, However, Lots of 8tolen Ooodi
Which Decker Probably Bent On from the
Booth Others in tho Game.
(fptclit to The World )
MANCHKSTKll. N. J., April 23.-Mrs.
II. A. Decker, accomplice of the hotel
thief who was arrested a few days ngo
In Florida, while on his way North,
loaded with plunder, by Detective Me
diation, made a very hasty exit from
v
IIKCKKII, THE I!OTi:t. TllIKft
town this morning. As already 'told In
The World, Mrs, Decker left Manchester
soon after she learned of the arrest of
her alleged husband. She took with her
about $5,000 worth of Jewelry, but left
behind two large trunks. She returned
last night and went to the Central Hotel.
She told Mr. 'Vhalen, the proprietor of
the hotel, that she had nothing to .fear,
but this morning she left here again,
taking the 7.20 train for New York, She
probably won't come back to Manchester
ngaln, for Detective McMahon arrived
here Just two hours after shq had gone.
Thinking that Mrs. Decker mlgh't not
have taken away all the stolen prop
erty, he called upon Justice Samuel Sut
ton and got a warrant to search Mn.
Decker's room.
MRS. DECKER, ACCOMPLICE
The llrst trunk opened was a revela
tion. In a tin box wns a memorandum
book, containing a list of places where
the thiet had disposed of stuff In the
South. Neur the box were a loaded re
volver' and some letters. Some were
from Germanv and some from Boston.
There was al a passport made out In
Berlin,' January, 1W2. The name given
In It Is Anna V'ogt. This Is the name of
Mrs. Decker'n sister, who was men
tioned In The World's despatch from
St. Augustine, Flu. The doctor's wife,
when she lived In Oermany, was known
as lielene Vogt. She went by that nume
In this country until she met the fellow
who now calls himself Decker. With
the letters was a draft, drawn by Brown
Hros. fc Co., of New York, on the
Hamburg banking house of Messrs. J.
Berstnbcrg, dossier & Co., and mado
payable to Franz Vogt.
AIWA VOOT.
Under the letters were half a dozen
suits, some London made and some from
New York. They were of different sizes
and were probably stolen.
At the- bottom of the trunk, carefully
packed away, were ten cases of medical
Instruments. Most of them were of
fine English make. Tho name of the
owner was carefully scratched from all.
On comparing a description of the In
struments given him before ho left the
South, Detective McMahon was able tp
locatk the owner qf a good part of them.
The detective valued the stolen goods
In this trunk at 12,000. In the second
trunk were some fine laces, and photo
graphs of women, whom the detective I
recognized as Southern Society belles.
BELONGS TO A PAST AOB
,-S? tho Event, gTipbg,
rXU naubcating pUL
Y&4 In this enlight-
HjSX emod ngo you have
Jv. Br. Pierce's PJcas-
sj gVjftnt PellctB better
jjP3S because they're the
"i smallest, easiest to
JliV Mm I take and easiest in
JiYflM I ,beiT act'00; better
jC) Jg I because they do last-
XfKSaB I They have atonic
MC3i I effect on tho lining
7fc jL I membranes, and
wmt permanently cure
Constipation. Biliousncrj, Indigestion,
Blck UoadAcbo and Nervousness.
Cedar IlayM. lova.
Dr. IL V. PuncEi Vrnr Sir My whole
iTStom seems to havo undcrnonu a change
alnoo taking "Pleasant l'elleta." My
ncrree are Trojderfuily Improved and I no
Tooser have. attacks of "the blues." It Is
wonderful; Iho 0od tho "PtUeU" bbto
dono my livotoomptaln-" '
LADIUS' PERCALE HOUSE WAISTS, with
Columbian Ruffle around front and back, belt to
match, in all colors and assorted patterns,
avp r worth 65 c.,atZ2&2 SIXTH
AVE. r ' AVP
STREET. l""'l rKy. STREET
1 I YK t'llTIMlK TO OPFIIlt I
i lAKiCORIHO, i THKONI.YtJHM'INK BANOS ,
,, 20c. I Ifo .irl IXliNJ t'DTaMCUELED,
iniunkto I J nte. juuviin ,0o
i -I PARIS MADE REAL KID CLOVES. - '
SPECIAL.
"SrQ ,n rdor to Reduce Our Stock of Jr7
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
F Wo will moke tho below-montlonod groat x
sacrifices. Not to mislead tho public, wo wll Z7
stato the slzos and former values.
t LADIES' LADIES' TAILOR- &
TAILOR-MADE MADE PADDOCK J&
BLAZER SUITS mMIAff SUTS gffj
AI.I.-WOOI. 8i:llCH. IN COVKUT CI.OTII. fi.jNut
8IZK3. SIZES. 'lX.
IN NAVY. IN TAN. M 1
MI3363S0 4i 32 T 31 I 3d I 3S I 40 I t2 wJJ
IN BLACK. INl!ailAY. JjM, ll
r3t3C5Sirr -j, MjMljW I ulM ')j
POSITIVELY "oilTII 9.00, AT " pJ..VtVOKTII
6.98. (1.98.
ass LADIES' TAILOR- LADIES' &
L MADE SUITS. TAILOR-MADE
fypymtfS owtyi.bs.in SUITS. Ofwhj,
l''KikJ COVKUT, KKlUiH INAM-voiM.;i:u5njfWA-
Jet&i AM13IIXCI1CI.OTH MUIltli ItKVIiltlM. (jOyVY
H V RlZr.S. 8I7.KS. 7I??V i
Hf iT IN TAN IN HI.ACK. A f IV Na
7 W ""M l31 I 36 J 38 J 40T 42 32 I 31 I 30 I 38 I 40 T7: 71 ft-
11 5 1 sl 3 I 3 J2j3lr3V I vJ7
sizks. sizns. $ tV
In Black and Navy. IN NAVY.
U J "32 I 34 3613SI40I 42 32 p"l I 30 I 38 I 40 T 42 .
" 1 .I8J c L3 Li "Ti"T'irlrr i vr -'jy
POHIT1VKI.Y WORTH ia.()0. AT POHIT1VKI.Y U'OKTII I8.0O, AT
8.98. 12.98.
50 LINEN DUCK SUITS,
Entirely now shapes, In a variety of patterns, all sizes, worth
5.00 to e.OO, at
2.98 and 3.98.
75 LINEN DUCK VESTS,
In a variety of patterns, double-breasted, all sizes, worth 1.50
to 4.00, at
95c, 1.48 and 1.95.
8IXTH AVENUE AND I5TH STREET.
There was also Mrs. Decker's wearine
apparel. It is of tine quality. A few
Utt.ra .rlt.n In rtormn.i tt.'lr fflr.
fully concealed In the pocket of a dress.
The letters were addressed to Mrs.
Decker, and were from her brother in
Oermany. In the corner of thp trunk
the detective found a Iitblc, printed In
German It looked as If It had not
been opened In ears. Each trunk was
scaled and left at the hotel to be cared
,for.
I Detective McMahon left for New York
this afternoon. He said that the Vogt
1 family were all mixed up In the steal-
I Inc. Anna Vogt lives In Uoston. The
detective was of the opinion that sh-j
was the young woman who was with
1 Decker shortly before his arrest. Franz
Vogt, the detective said, was the Eu-
' ropean agent. Anything that could not
'be disposed of at a good price In this
country was shipped abroad to Franz.
McMahon did not seem to be worried
at all at not finding Mrs. Decker here.
He said ho had Information which led
him to believe that she took a train on
the Pennsj lvanla road shortly after she
arrived in New York this morning. It Is
sUppoed srlo has gone to Philadelphia,
as Decker has friends there.
UOSTON, April 25,-Mrs. Frederick
A. Gilbert, of Urookllnc. wife of the
President of the Uoston Electric Light
Company, one of the victims of Dr.
Decker, says that she remembered a
guest at the hotel answering the de
scription of the prisoner, and she felt
sure she could Identify his picture. Her
father once saw the thief sneak out of
a room which wns occupied by another
guest. Mrs. Gilbert lost $300 worth of
jewelry, which she described ns follows: ,
Gold watch, open-face, with lnltlnls"F. 1
A. G.," on outside, and "1S&3" on In
side cover: six Jewelled stick pins 2 en-
a m el led pins studded with diamonds,
one Illy, one diamond and sapphire with
two hearts for background, one bug '
with opal body, diamond head and gold
wings, and one with a Hon on the buck- I
ground of blue enamel; also one gold
bar pin, representing two flowers, with
a diamond In each sldo, three finger i
rings one consisting of rows of live .
emeralds and live diamonds, another
with one ruby and two diamonds, and I
another, a clover-leaf, with a diamond
ruby and sapphire on the three leaves.
C. H. TODD FELL TO HIS DEATE
Seen on the Boot of a First Avenue Build
ing and His Corpse Afterward!
Found on the Ground.
The body of Charles II. Todd, & reel
estate dealer, with an olllce at No. 19
William street, was fonud yesterday af- I
ternoon In the yard In the rear of No. I
733 First avenue. The skull was crushed
In, and the bones of the right hand
were broken. There was every Indica
tion that death had resulted from a fall '
from the roof of the building, which Is1
three stories high, and Is used as a '
machine shop by Patrick Jennings. The
property was port of the It. I Cutting
estate, of which Mr. Todd had been the
manager for sixteen years.
There had boen some dispute between
two electric light companies nbout
stringing wires over the roof. Mr. Todd
went to the place yesterday forenoon
nnd ascended to the roof to Inspect the
wires. He Is supposed to have tripped
and gone over the edge. Thomas Grillln,
a watchman about the building, says
that he saw him on the roof between
10 and 11 o'clock. The fall Is supposed
to have taken place at 10.30 A. M., but
nothlntr was known of It until 3 P. M
when Policeman Ilurke, of the East
Thlrtv fifth street station, found the
body. In the pockets of the clothing
were n Tra.uable gold watch and tii.'ii
In cash. The body was taken to the
East Thirty-fifth street police station,
where It lay last night subject to the
Coroner's disposition.
Mi Todd was sixty-five years of age.
Ho leaves a widow, but no children Ho
lived nt tho Welslgar, a fashionable
hotel, nt No. 621 Fifth avenue. He wan
a member of the Fifth Avenue llaptlst
Church. He was a veteran of then
Seventy-first Regiment, nnd a member
of the Old Guard, and had held a com
mission In it.
Oso. G TUHTJOo.. of UthtC. toon co te 33d
t, Mot w ptuoea of cnl-of.MyU Fi'mmuac
bat tvtryarUcl Is marked dowa to coat., V
HRICH
L. BROS.
WE WARRANT EVERY PAIR OF
SHOES FOR WEAR.
A $2.50 Shoe for
l1 $1.45. Ladles' Fine
Dongola Kid, patent
I (fc tip' fu" trimmed,
J jfcp newest .tyle opera
' &. toe, Sewed Boot,
( H2o valuc at 2-50 ;
V 33j special
1.45
Ladies' Fino DongolaA
Hand-Sowed, Pat-l
ent-Loathor Tip .
and KiiBsia Calf 1 f A
stylish O P E It A I A
TOE OXFOIiDi l-IlT
TIE ; all sizes and u
widths; well worth
$2.00; Spocialat..
Children's fino Don-
pola Patont-Leathor) ft ln
Tip, sowetl SPRING' Ullu
HEEL SHOES.sizeH. II
GtolOi.reRnlarfl.'iS) U U
goods; Special at,...
Boys' good CALIM
SKIN SCHOOL) A ft ft
SHOES, 8olid( Ull
throughout, sizes' I 7
11 to 5, $2 goods; IlL U
I Special at
I
SIXTH AVE. & 23D ST.
Drcppei a Lamp, Caused a Flrr,
Mn Ab.aliam Kiiui) wan llglitliif a lamp 111
her op irtniviiu mi the fourth jFnor at No 7,V
Columbia utreet lost ulglil, uhcii her little
daughter ran into the room and tugged at her
dretv Tho woman dropped the lamp, which
exploded. The burning oil ml the placo on
fire, and Mn Knapp ran Into the hallway
creaming. Her cries were heard by the other
-tenants, and a wild null a made for tho
itreetand tlre-exapcs. Homebody sent out an
alarm, and the Arc was extinguished otter hav
ing dono WOO dainaxe to thoeflVct of tho
Knapp family and RJOO to the building.
1
pterin
Bros,
are now offering
complete assortments of
Ladies',
Men's and Children's
Underwear
of Silk, Silk and Wool,
Merino, Natural Wool,
Lisle Thread and Balbrlggan
In the most desirable
makes and qualities
In addition
To-Morrow v
Mean's
Fine Balbrlggan '
5h5ris
And Drawers
(All sizes Including . -
special shapes tor K (jf))
short stout men), at J' Jr
Regular value 87c.
English $ jl jl (O
Balbrlggan, at Jl o Jl (3
Regular value $1.50.
r;::, $L69
Regular value $2.25.
West 23d St.
5tere
Bros
To-Morrow
6000 Yards
Silk Embr'd White
SkJrlflimg
ltH cm rfn to rH s
For Ladles' .CD
and "
Infants' Wear ; ' "CDC
in more than "
and
one hundred -
choice designs, at J v$J
Fifty per cent.
Less Than Regular Prices
Also a large Importation of
superior quality
Italian Silk
Blankets
In unusually
attractive &a
combinations, at J
West 23d St,
EHRICHBM
READ THIS.
Wo will placo on sale a number of
LADIES' FANCY
DUCK AND PIQUE
VESTS,
ralue fl.M each,
FROM 9 A, M, UNTIL 12 U. ONLY,
97c.
Halo of abovo duoontinued promptly at
noon.
SIXTH AVE. & 23D ST.
8MALL-P0Z IN WHITE PLAIN8 JAIL
A PrUoaer Has the Dlic&se and It Cent to
thai Pest-Hcuio.
William Travia, a prisoner in White
rialiiB Jnil, nan found aterdii- to be
111 with mnnll-pov, lie was removed to
he pest-houae, and the remaining 130
prisoners, ua well a.i all the Ruarda and
keeper, were vaccinated. Travia was
committed from Dahlia Kerry, ten daya
bko.
Dolly RclHy. of No. Catharlno street,
and William McWIlion, of No. 7M Tenth
avenue, were' aent to , North llrothrr
Island yesterday, eufferlnc from smallpox.
1
"Tuxedo' Ladies' Cloaks. The Sale of
JtiL vkrwxB &!T'ZTz Men's Clothing. i
rtTxti i BerRP. "Me skirt, shnpp. Wo nre now selling stylish Knr- r In nil our lonfr ex 'K
A A.1 )JR A 98 ments In nil the liner prndes nt leii l5?Vy. Pel"'enee wo hav &
Tt 'AX 1 -' mniipy thnn la naked elsewhere for the LJ- iilIVJ "ever had n sals -M.
V yiikV r"!mpn?U,)r l,.1i,,nl" Pn'nmoner Krades. For this week we of- ? H U like IL As laat M
W W 2nd navy f"r ,ho Bto,'k "f n le-.ile mnnufuo-, 3 JMv "5 tne mp" Bet famll-
U J vJ3 K OR turer of ulouks ut special prices J J SSj)"' IT Inr with the aupe- ,
W NK O.iJW f I.vlles- lllack and I -A ffi M l rlor 8,yl- nt an1 S
I Same slle In rr v , ,. ,. ., , o vi Y ,lnl,n of the D-vM vJ"
SnT'lifvy bU:k HW J"Vy 1Scef0r W'L Lff Mark, ft Son. Cloth- ''f
Jl RQQ J9 Jackets, with full Afi lnK tho sale. In.
A? 1 O.SJO '(As hack and sleeves; AsmP QujNJ crcnse. ',g"
w Same style In fine jSlS value, HOT nt T " At 8, ,0, 'fr0 M
II Knullah .4 t a r in ' f Sf7N A ' and l:m, we ire selllnf; Xlen'a Suit.
I Perfte. cc,t entirely rX i V O ( that on will rendlly concede were In-
(I 1"' opVS IcJ 'Y7 O.IH t- o he sold for double, "arc-
-' scams; extra wide j i A J -'a' lihnsts," " Stouts," nnd the extra size. . ;f.
, ' ?r ,k,rl hh, hound V.-NO JKv - all without extra charge. t
searin: colors black nnd navy, all size,; JS W JdleV All-Woal Whether inn wnnt ii.in... ni . -f'
in id to sell for 112 0.1 nnJ 115 W, 0 f10 T Conehlnc Helcets N ,lUher ou wnnt a Iluslness Suit or
ipeclil trice X Mfl he Ml tonr-hlnR Jackets a Dress Suit, you will find It very much i
," T jU ."ikfivlt'h's'l'n'i'u! o -rndvantaSeB to inspect this atoclL, .&
I-ndles' Prock Coats, of nn ni.K-4 1 QD ) ..,i ..,, n, , ... , 5. '?,
.11.1. Cover, Cloth, worth 117 J 11. -0 L MA Serial! 8P Wf 4
A Oood Scrvlceible Street Cos- with conlrastlnff did Boys Suits with extra Hfv J
tume, In all-wool materials, I Q0 ' polka dot In blue, -jlLl '
price TiUO 17 tobicco and pnnta nnd polo cap; sIzesTTpijhl r) &
Separit. Skirts, all materials, a, l.t.S up. &M bMck. w o r t h 4 , ,( fo W M
SKIRTS. Jl c PA M QC WV !
100 dozen Tast Illack Sateen M fl ( VI WW 11 1 I UU IP Hi '&
Skirts, some with threo pinked ) VuyTv If '1 'j
rutlles, othera one rullle, with 00 ( tyW h- vN? ... . .. These nre Brand bnrpnlns. as tho ,M
wlllte bruld, worth ll.lo, nt 00 J I V) 1'nl"e, t n 1 1 o r- material la u Tweed Cnssimere of ereat
, , , ,,. Jh in a il e Jaunty durability, and the patterns are veiT is-Ti
Ja, qiiw !. nQU? y VCS Jacket, in oil Ih. " 'MM
Tnffetn S Ik Skirts, all colors, y -fl . ,, , nmTin -.--. m-iv-.i i
made and trimmed In dlffcren J ea,l"1B, 1co'or- MEN S SWEATERS ' 431
styles, rorth UM tUUHl tol OE V "'' . o" "'B UlUl w k k 49
t-6o at 11 UC Covert, Oxford , We have boueht 'M
n.ww limi CnmbrldBe -C-k. from a lcadlnc man- i?M
WraDuers. -tr S.tva,uo '" - m
VllCippCldl (tf') j stock of Men, and )M
100 dozen fine Gingham Wrappers, I Ofl VV M ?flr Boys' Sweater. ijl
worth -. -.t ,dd -w-X M Slli "IlKhtly Imperfeot. M
n rA WW U U white, navy bluo Jl
M dozen (lne flitured Ura Wrap- 100 A fe anJ back uged for $
pers. worth W.B. at 1.00 A F)A ,,,..., I bicycle and athleUo
20 dozen French Clinlllo Wrappers, A I lot of Capes, of purposes. ,a
trimmed with ribbons, woithQQQ ' which we have Men's nnd Hoys' All-Wool Sweat- J If S'-M
H98. at ,.U0 ) & 0'1', KiteB only; ers, all sizes 1.3 J)M
in Vv y."1"6 ,7SS t0 Men's nnd noys' All-Worsted J QQ "VW
Children's Dresses, y nn ""5- sweater,, a.. ..ze. ua m
2t A AA Beat Quality All-Worsted Sweat-Q ft M
100 dozen Qlncham Ucs Yoke L -cg Jm vMf era ,U3 V
rr...r?...r' .41 ' men's Underwear. I
ytt.!Z 1.48 Sale of Leather Goods --j. -jj---. M
w) dozen All-Wool Hanncl Sailor M0 fine Silk Celts, with sterling sll-i Qi worth D0.M sale price L9 $M
I an 10 1" 14 er buckles, worth J2.75. ut ,0t .Men's tlKht-w eight Merino Shirts M
' ' ' ' " ' GOO fine Silk Belts, with sliver- nnd Drawers, all sizes. In natu- 9C ?
). . nft plated buckles, assorted designs, QQ ral, Fawn and White, sale price ,VW JM
RQ I HH at 4T and ,QJj Men's Natural Wool Shirts and '
UU l,UU Fine Combination Pocketbooka. Drawers, all sizes for early 4 ,.hM
Ol n RB. J 1.1 1 I In all the latest shades of leather. Spring wear; sale price..... .... ,1U M
Sale Of POlfed PlaniS. Rlth "- "ver mountings. pQ Mens Imported Natura Wool fJ
UMie VI I VI-t9U I (. w)r(h fr(jm ljJ (q u nU at IJ Shlrt anj DrnWer9. all sixes. 71
BOO Running nose flushes 711 1 100 Genuine Alligator Club Bags, worth .: sale prlc !
600 Uarge Size Geraniums till fmm 10 to 15 Inches, worth J2J5 I DMr ill
600 Large Assorted Geraniums 17 to JI.dO, nt 11611 D0DR5. M
250 Honeysuckles 411 4 ., . ,,,. 4 (, ,, .. ,, . . , ,. . H
600 Assorted Hyacinths. Tulips nnd iQ I. .0. 1.08, J.atK -!..m. 2.07 Mark Tw-uli,'s new book Tom M
nnffoji!M 5 in n not III Sawyer Abroad, published at IU -
unnoai. 3 In n pot IU Fine Combination Pocketbooks, In Jl 50 nt " ''
1,000 Small Chrysanthemums. 10 07 seal (Train leather, with ster- '' ' """ K .... p Dfl ';!
varieties 11 ling silver corners, never sold for 47 The Lone House, by Amelia a Jjj ,
m Ageratum 14 less than SSo.. alt at. each 11 llarr ' .' -ft iM
2.000 Large Flowering Pnrtsles... ill Dorothy Wordsworth, by Ldmund IU M
A large assortment of Ferns for Jar- RfflVQ' UVAICTC I-ee '"f S
dlnlers. DUIO VlHIuBUa Opening of a Chestnut Durr, new flJ .'J
160 Fine Full Ilubber Plants t5( Another 100 dozen Waists, of edltlon' b" l'- noe - "
A large assortment of line Palms for cheviot and cambric, worth JQ The How of Orange Ribbon, new Qi 'fB
decoratUe purpose.. 60c.. nt Q edlf.on. by Amelia E. Barr Cf ,9
Blooming-dale Bros., 59TJZ sTS. I
HRICH
L. BROS.
SPECIALS
JACKETS.
300 Ladies' JackotH, in best im
ported Covert, Venetian and Ktr,
scy Clotlis, full Mousquetaire
sleoves mid circular skirts, Muck,
nnvy, and saveral hIiikich of tun,
woitli $0.f)0 nnd
$14. 75, for $!i'.)8 ) QQ
and 4lU0
CAPES.
400 Moiro Silk Capes, full shoulder
rufllo of Urussois net, with row-H
of nioiro ribbon and trimmed in
cut jet, rticho collar; also 150
styliuh Silk Volvct Capes,
ti mimed in Bourdon
lnces, jot and ribbon. 7 QQ
worth J15.C0, for ... J jQ
350 Ladies' Capos in Kersoy and
Cheviot, with doop collarette of
Uourdon lacr. in. ortcd with wido
ribbon, medium and
long, lengths, worth A QQ
9.00, for "fljO
Sixth Avenue & 23d St.
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After Ms tVuri.
IKrom Judat.)
llang.-lt's six ears since Charley
waa married, and ho still call. hi. wife
his "pec lamb."
Hlxfiy Perhaps It helpi to remind him
that he went wool-gathering when he
murrled her
V- l
B. ALTMAN & CO. I
IB
THURSDAY. APRIL 26. M
Ladies' Handsome Costumes 1
of their own make, with sllk-Ilncd Skirts, and Waists made to order, nt j3fl
j8.oo-4.oo'.oo'6g.00-
TAILOR-MADE DRESSES 1
(Completely finished, anil fitted without charge), -.r?l
Coats and Skirts lined throughout with Taffeta Silk, at SM
Also a number of new and desirable Suits, marked from $2O.O0 -JH
S'-in.OO and SD.OO, to 9
I 18th Street. 19th Street and Sixth Avenue. fi
G RAW D F R E E E X C URSl O WTO 'M
CONGERS, ROCKLAND LAKE 1
NATI'IIIIAV. AIMIII. 'it. TltAIN I.I1AV V.S XV KMT SIIOUU HTATION, FRANK- 'Mm
I. IN ST., AT 1 I'. .M., Vi:sT l!!l) M' LIS. 'MU
rl M-Th (IIHlllllN AN' TltAIN III II UN lNu, Hl'KCIAI. SATI'ItllAY liXCUR- !MMM
mon hai'ii m:i:ii intii m iuiii u n miu' 107 uoth on nih i.akk i'ko.nt ,Mmm
n 11 in 51 hi m 11 (in i:s Ti:itii. 'dH
BOSTON LAND CO., ... -,,ci.,,!nsVaW.vii..,rfc 9
An Kxprrlrnevd Hand.
IFrom Judie )
"Hut, my good man, sheep-shearing re
quire, a man who I. u.ed'to the aheor.." !
"Well, that' all right. I have Decn en- I
Rimed for threo years In prenartns edl-,
todal. for a country weekly.' i
11 ' - tram Mmm
Nil I'ae fi.r Klrc Light. MmM
(Prom Judf t ) "jMmmm
Mrs. Pcrcu.hlns Henry. I smell firs, Z Nl
tell you! :: .B
Mr. I'ercushlng-Well. I ran't find oar , 'i '!
flrp, and I've been nil over the housf. Cid'aH
Mrs. t'ercuthlmc-Well, Ifcht the candle ?ajIH
and take another look, ilow could you ;imHI
itlud it In. tho dark, yc-a IdlotT , . cMiJmmmmm
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