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I 2 THE WORLD; TUESDAV EVENING. MAY 8, 1894.
I POISON DASHED AW AY . Mary Oitreno's Hand Stayed as Sho Waa Attempting Suicide. Despondent Because Her Lover Had Deserted Her. lie Snlil He Vnnrl tn Slurry a filrl with More Money. Jilted by the man she loved nnd who betrayed her, out of wirk, prntilli'Hi mill spurned by her acquaintance. Mnry Cltrene, a. twenty-utK-yi'ur oM 1'olMi girl, tried to commit suicide by tukliiB poison at IK HHkc Htrcet cnily thin morning. That she did not succeed i 'gr due to the prompt nrtlon of Sarnli Hlb, ft. who had taken the ell I In 1111.'. .-.'veil her Jj temporury shelter 'I Just oh the cup of polon win at the W girl's lips. Miss Win daslitd It away. i and calling lustily for help iittrnrtcil l'o- Wi- llceman John O'llrnRin. of the Union SS Market station, to the pcene. IS- The girl was nt once placed under ? arrest und later ai urr.tlitneil In the Kft K.isex Market I'oIIch Court. '1 he Jus- JSc tlce, nfter lienrlm; her stnry In part, KB aTnve her a lecture and sent her home. ftS' The Blrl has only been two jeurt In Ip this country, her shier havlutc prccHlid !. her by several earx. Over In rol.ind UP Bhe was In loe with her cousin. Julius , &t Dvorln, and her affection- seemed to M bo reciprocated. At her request her kpf Bister sent over to the old country for ot Julius, and he wim here only a short &7k time when he sent for Mary. KSB She went to lle with her rlsler nt M m Essex street. Theie JuIIim vNlli-d her la every day, and, under tuouilnu nf mar- B-fr rlage, he won her confidence. lie lost t& his position ns elo.ikm.iker. and she, " who workeil at shlrtmaklmc. gave lilm money from time to time, as she says, to suppcrt himself Some time iik he obtained employ j& ment again and then his loe began to SJfc cool. Finally lie east her off altogether. fWi saying that he wanted to marry a girl W who had lots of money. Hefrslster gave Is? up the apartments In i:-wx stieet to B move over to New Jersey anil then Mary W wn alone. j? With JIG In her pockets, nil the money & she possessed, the girl stalled out Jes- ge tenlay morning to seek a lawyer In or- ?-( der to compel Julius to marry her. tin the Journey she lot the money, und then "J imve way to despair. ? It was about 1 o'clock this morning Jt that she conceived the Idea of ending her S, life. Bhe hud 1'arls green In the house, rm and was In the act of taking It when, as S stated, the poison was dashed from her J$ lips. m "What Is the ue of living," she siid f by way of apnljgv to an "livening iK World" reporter iater. "I hae lost 3L everything, why live longer?" V-tr -fe 1 FEARED A DISPOSSESSION. m $. Hut Mm. Pmiili'r'N H-lntl i- Ileny It Hint Hlu- ('.iiiiiiiIIIimI Suicide. &E ' Hnuntel by the fear of being dls- 'ft possessed for nonpayment of rent, Mrs. HE Elizabeth Sander, of 177 Avenue A. be- came 111 a few days ago. She brooded 'M 'over the poverty which surrounded her ' home, until finally her mind began to W wander. Now her dead body lies ut JJ llellevue Hospital. W Her huband. son, and all the nelgh- af bors In the vlclilt of the four-stoiy and M basement tenement In which she lived ii deny thut she committed suicide. K Certain It Is ihat at 3 o'clock tills inum- 3 inn ner bruised body was found on the jEfe- aldewalk In front of her residence. She & nd tllher Jumpel or fallen from the l& 'third-story window. W Charles Sander, vylo arrived In this wv country forty-tlu-e vanr no from (ler- jt many, for twenty jc-a-s has resided M wl'h his wire and mother, the latter now over ninety yeura old, In the Avenue A fc, house, lie gave up wood-curlng ears j ae nnd obtained work In a piano fue- m torv on West Tlilrl -fifth street. Six tj. months ago the concern closed down, iff ' and he has been out of work ever slnre. if He was poor, and the rmnlly have lived ?jP since on the M.SO which his son tleorgu 'fc, has earned In a paper-box factory. m He fell behind In his rent, but Mrs. jS Snatz, who leased the place, told him W not to worry, that he could pay her Br when he got work ngatn. May 1. Iiow- .' ever, Mrs. Snatz gave up the house. M anil a new agent took possession. It W was the groundless fear thut the latter 'Jt would put them out that made Mis. fa (lander 111. J Four days ngo she complained of rJL being sick. Thuie was not enongli nl money In the house to employ a phy- fS Blclan, but yesterday the husbnnd ar- 'i. ranged to taku her to a lioapllnl to-day. 3jL ' All jenterday afternoon she complained jar of feeling dlZ74. mid that her head & uched. Hhe seemeil so bad that her B busbnnd decided to stny up with her !& all night. jW It was nearly 3 o'clock this morning JjL when she nroso from a lounge upon K which she h id been lying and asked her i yi husband to leave the window o that j, she could go to It nnrt get fi-sli air. He ' ;3 compiled, and while he l;i on the i IS lounge she s.it by the open window. In Jk tt few moments he was asleep, but was 1 suddenlv awakened by cries for help, i jffl In a half-drew sv m.iuuer he asked his ,S wife who was the woman ciylng for help. On reeellng no answer he turned Ui around, and mlslnir li"r. siranir t" the M ilndow. IIIb wife was lying on the slde- S' walk. e. The whole neighborhood wa aw iki ned af by her screams, and the husband, who f wus the first ti reach her fide, found m that both legs had been broken bv the a fall. Her face was also badly illHlgmed i it and the physicians at llellevue llosnital. i where she was taken In an ambulance ' E almost Immediately, said she was In- j.V "lined Internally and could not lle. She SS tiled at B o'clock. cK i The window out of which the wo- 88 ' wan went Is not large, and the bottom Kaf of the sash Is fully three feet fijirn fjS the tloor. It does not seem likely that K she fell out. Hhe was llfly-lle years SfT 0l(1- t$k Her husband's relatives are poor as jj he, but friends and neighbors will prob- uM ably look after the funeral arrange- : ments. The grief of Mrs. Wander's 5f- mother-ln-law was pitiable to wltms.s. ,f POISONED BY MISTAKE. f Woman Tnl.en Too Mupli .tteilleliip, J ljm Another DrlnUn Ciirliiille elil. 'E Annie McElroy, tweuty-nlne years old, ' jl of 43S West Fifty-fourth street, was re. Jffl moved to the Itoosevelt Hospital this fW morning suffering from a dose of car-1 I bollc acid which she claims she drank ' L accidentally. Jt Mrs. Ida Albrccht, twenty-four years ft-, old, was found at her home, SS i:at j Seventieth street, this morning, surfer- jr Ing from the effects of an overdose of fet medicine. She wus taken to the l'resby- a tertan Hospital. jffj Inuulrliiit Into Kemp's .Suicide. m Corontr Crumer. et Wllllimiburi!. anil Jurr, licll an Iniurit to-da) In tb rae of John U. HF Kemp, a varnlihrr. folly rra eld, who cut hli aHV itro.l at bla rraldrnrr. !0 Franklin .Ire. I. rf. H Itnl.r an1 itlrd a lull, laltr In Ibr Kalr-n T DUtrict Iloapltal KeTip baa Ixrn out c vtoik S1- for Mme tlm l.rc.iu.r ot lllnraa anl It I, aup- VI) puMd bo klllwl blmirlf In a lit of drapondtnry Pj "The World's' New t ploirn Olllce. K "The World'B" Uptown Offlce has H! moved Into Its new quarters at the June- M$ t,on ' Broadway and. Sixth avenue, at mt Thirty-second street. There are eight K entrances, two on Broadway, two on H;. Sixth avenue and four on Thirty-second n' MtmL O'NEILL'S 6th Ave.,20thto2lstSt. 5ILKS ATTRACTIV6 VAbUES. Striped Habutai Silks for Waists nnd Gummor Dresses, worth LOO, 68c- Blaok Woven Figured TafFetns, 22-incb, new designs, LOO quality, 78c- Fancy TaffetaB, immense variety colorings, in stripes, figures and cbecks, 1.00 and IJ5; Worth 7.8.5 Hid r.50. B-2.0'NE.LL&.CO., tli Ave. iiOtli (o JlHt St. Flint's Fine Furniture. Choice Designs AT ECONOMICAL PRICES. WHAT Wl. CLAIM I'lHtlT Hiiot that It M tlie "4 In lut ' I'linilltliu lliut mil U' bmiK.it, hut 'llintltli tbe most ecuuuiulral. Ui bt for tUu money. Tli at by m tllnc nt mamifai Hiring prlrm we put II rut lam runilturu within jour n-ucb. 'Hint l hnlnm I tlui niuiiiifurturrr ou K't Fur nltnru of nrlifliiul ilintsiit, auperlor In (on Btrnttion nnil tn lln'erollencenf Hip nmtfrlaU iit'I. ht prlrt'n tutu )i below tho immlly Ulki.l. Otir Furniture U hnltcJ tn e pry renulrruient In Uie home orullln.. IUIY OF T1IK .-WAKKK." GEO. C. FLINT CO., It) I. 10(1 and IOH IVnl 14th at. MANFOUND DEAD 1NAH0TEL Gas Turned On and tbo Window Tightly Closed. Circumstances Indicate thut " K. Ia-wls" 1b 11 Suicide. A man about twenty-five years old, who registered at the 1'owers House, Ml Third avenue, n few days ago, as "T. Lewis, llrookljn," was found dead In bed this inortiliiK In u little room on the fourth Hour uf the hotel. Tin- windows and transom were tlBht ly closed and thu gas was turned full on. Kwijtlilnn beeniH to Indicate that the man cutnmltted milclde. Cleik Hatruiik, of the hotel, discov ered that the man wus deud when lie went to the lodger's room to call him. Tie titriiliKer leulstered ut the house last Thursday. He was poorly dressed ami upp.it cutly paid the lust DO cents he had In the woild when he encaged a renin. He never talked with people In the house. UolllK lilt lit K o'clock III the muiulnK. he returned at nlKlit and went nt once to his inuiii. Last nliiht hu le tlred as usual nt '.' o'clock. That was the last t-een of hlni alive. The nnlv thliitr found In his room was a J.ickknlfe Theie was nothltiK to ldentlf the man. The hotel people do not know hllu j (in his wastiHtand was n bottle contain- I Inn some iholet.i medicine, purchased nt Hemllt's ilhiiensary. Tvvi-nt) -third street and Sectind avenue I On the buttle found on the wnsh- 1 stand was the number "1.1-1" nnd the letters "(I. ,I " At the Peinllt Plspensnry It ua said that the number corresponded on their lecord to a bottle of cholera mlvtiire old to n man who sahl his name was Job Pnrker, an Lnijllshinin. thlrtv three .venrs edd, w hcee occupitlou , was tint of a circus tumbbr He iruve his residence as 1!S Third av iMiue. The medicine was boiirtht April 7. An other nun, who nave the name of Aamn ' Hill, a Itussian. a tailor, twenty-nine years old, of i;:.i Hilancey street, di talned the same piescrlptlon on the af ternoon of April li Clerk Sitrunk sis he remembers that Job I'arker oertipimi the room In which th body was found, while the circus was In town I'arker, however, went back to KntTlnwl last month because his lenplni; didn't take with the American audiences, Thetefnie the dead man Isn't Parker, according tn Httrunk He Is also Hire that Aaron Hill never patronized the hotel SHE CUT HER THROAT. Sirs. White Kills Herself with Iter lluslinnil's Itnsor. APIJUnV PAHK, N. .T.. May 8.-Iwls White, of Hallcy's Corner, near Manas- , quan, this mornlnK found his wife's dead I body lyliiu In a pool of blood In an out- bulldlmr Mrs. White committed suicide by cut ting her throat with her husband's razor She had been demented for sev eral months. Bho was tlfty-two years old, I'cll from it l'lrr-Kscnpe. JamM McMahon, aM thlrtytno, wbll. aalttp on a lira tacapt at Ma boma. 6JS Wrat Thirty, aarenth atreat. rollad off and fell two atorlra to il.f .'"?. " t to tha llooaaralt lloa plul. II had aavaral acalp wouula asil sla HlWIil was alliMIr Injur!. HRICH Li BROS. GREAT SALE OF Upholstery, Wc must reduce stock in or der to make room for the build ers. PRICES GUT IN HALF. lln.il llrussels Utro Curtain. 50 n Mn Inches wide :i , yards, lino U UU ilcslUiiH, worth IH.UU pair.at lt-al Irinli Point Lace Curtains, m gn full width ami letietli, worth fill. UK ..VJ pair, at "VlOW IteJl Alitiille I.arn Ciiilnlns, g jtt with wide iusuriiii, wirth AH H.M psir, nt. .. ffciTV Swiss Muslin Curtains, with rulllo and colored coin soot, oil Indies . gn wide. If'j ynrils lone, worth I UKi t4.Wpnir, at IsWW) Cottaso Heiustitclicil Curtains, with I colored cross stripes, full ng I length and width, worth fl To KvflO I pair, at ""I Ileal Scotch I.ice Ciirlains. whilo or ecru. .1'a vurdh loiij, full nr , width, worth i'J.dU a !''. HBjflJ Clietilllo Portieres, with deep hand knotted frliiL'o top and hot- Aasa tool ami (liiiio-i, worth f.1.00 I fift pair.at I.VW Tnpestrv PortlercR, with deep fiineotop mid bollnm. 10 Inches wide, n nn full length, worth 7.UU . UU pair. at.7... W.OB) Satin Derlir Porlieres, with lian Homo frinue, elccaut ilesieiiH, fJ r cn niches wide, full length, UK worth '.l.00 pair, ut tff Openwork Iicn Scrim, doutilo Q 1 n width, worth 10c. janl, at.. W41W Heavy twilled Cretonne, as- an Eorleil patterns, wurth l'Jc. 't ynrd.nt W2V Yard wido Silkolitie, lieauliful as. desiL'tis, worth 15c. yard, f 3 at I4W1 Swiss Muslin for Summer Curtains, 110 inches wide, with co'ornil ,, woven spot, fast colors, worth tgfl 20c. yard, nt IIUs Cotton llall or Tnssel Fringes, nil n colors, worth Cc. yard, nt .... vGl Opaijue Window Shades, sizn ilflx . a li inchos. wllli stului.' nnd flx. Zfft tlires coinpleto, woith 50c., at saoWlfl China irattlut;, now dosimis, - 40 yards to rolls worth JH.50 M. QR per roll, at "afflSPO JAPANESE RUGS. Si?o, lfixM; worth C0c, nt .'Do Size. 24x48' worth 1.2ft. at 7.i). Sle.30x0: worlh 52.00, at 1.11) Sl.e. afix72 worth .C0, at 1.40 Size, 4x7 feet: woith $4. fid, at.. . l!.Hl) Sle, (Ixll feet; worth tfi.7!, at .. 4.HI) Size, Uxl2 feet: wortli14.50, at.. l).l)H Size, 12x1,1 foot: worth J24.50, at 1(1.07 Estimates nnd samples cheerfully Riven on Window Shades, Awnings and Slip Covers. Prices the lowest. 6TH AVE, and 23D ST. FLED FROM FLAMES SehullE riinilly llurely Knciiped He Iiik llnriieil In Tlirlr Home. PU'MIHNO, L. I., May 8. -The family of Henry Sehultz had a narrow escape from behiK burned to death this moru IiiK In their home. The family, consisting of Mr. Pchtiltz, Ills wife and three chlldten, were sleep ing In the upper pa it of the house when a (lie bnike out. Mr, and Mrs. Hchultz were aroused fiom their sletp by the smoke Hv thnt time the lire had made preat headwav and they had barely time to escape from the InirninK building, cuiry Iiik their younic children In their arms. All were In their nlKht clothes. The house wiih totally desltoyed with Its contents The loss is $.1,000. The cause Is unknown. Smnll Kires In llrookljii. Shoitlv aftfr mlilnlcht thts morning nrn waa ilUcciirriHl In Ihe lainmrnt nt IIih um-iiipkj two fctor Irov, naton,' lioiihe at Pfl IVnn alrect. UriHik l)li. oMTiet In- Mr. Knit. Tim ilumase la ra. inatol ut $j,r.ou. At 4 : thla inornlnic. Are lireln out In I lie nrt ltir of the inr kiory tirhk loiilJIns, at H Jul. 11. ,.11 awniip, llrooklMi ui-. 11 h a n li.ml. Iiouaw In luting lion uh ittt rti,, r Muy'a Hull Irlnlt I'lmnli. Iucukp. jjiii Injiireil bj 1'iillliiK from it Truck, Mlrlinl Itx.in. tcnl ene ji'nra ol.l. a truck lrlnr. i,t 3."i lli.l tin,. Hun InM n, Trntv llnh alreil, aa liel.l tor namlnallon In Wk illlii I'onrt t,i iln iharnnl vlth lilnit r,'.nl lile tor Ihe Injirh ntelie.1 hi William fluiat rl k lf lit mm ol.l, f s.11 u.lr.l iinnue ll,e Imi)' liroke hli, I, g M fallhiK from Hie Iruik hlrh Kian u limine Ihla mornlnt He ua lukin tu lUrl.m Ho.,llil rll'.-.OOII ' re 111 l.nkr Keiikn. (Ilv Aks.1. lat,Hl Preaa IIVTI1, N. V . Mav - nre ,t Hammonla port at Ike hea.l of l.ak Keuka la.t nlnhl. le Rtro)e,l nine liuUillnsi vulmil at I2S noil The lire atarteil at mulnlfethl In the steulien llouiie I.1111 The llrrnlil uftlee the n.Uenie anl turn 'Hnel li 1. II llrown the iliselllna of ( M 'hjmlln a tmrmrnt hoii.e anl aljolnlna tiullil iiikh wera tot.ill ili.troi-l Three Drovtueil In Wisconsin. OH Vo laleit 1'riM ) MI:nSII. Wla Mi 8 -Charlm rrmln, John I II 111 ion anl William DiniUroie piper makera. were i!ronel In l-ake W InneliaKJ Uat rtun-lay while fl.hlnc Your Blood NPKIW Cleansing Now It lias Income rtarvtsl with Impurities, It larka ulta'lti, it la nut In a liciltliy ronitt tlnn. 1 Uat ta by ) ou feel tired all tlu- time, without amtiltlon, unable to enjoy your food, tndUieaad to exertlun of an) kitul. 'Ibat la why lour face tireaVa out with pimples, our hed la freipientl) dizzy, you feel nervoua and weak, jou cannot alcep at nliiht. Yon need to he Invigorated, etrenrtbenel and t ullt up by Hood's Hannpirilla. Ha ante to set Ilood'a, Wcau e Hood'sPs;i Cures Hood's nila curs all Llrar Ilia, DIllotunuaT JauadKe, IndlatoiUoa. Hick llaadacba. i5. Sale of the Qreenberg Stock. A ltrand Xvu Stock of dlerchanrflHc, fill Jlouflit irlthln Four Month, iflth our oirn NEARLY HALF A MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH, HKI.I.IMJ AT FORTY-FIVE CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. lJ show windows ilisiluysiuii- Such crowds of ('outfitted pur- id Imrfruliis. Otir stoio oct-u- olmscrs wore novel- before situ . iV. !. 1 1 1, i... .... ..n " this or any other avenue pies half the block, but not near mt sllr,,rlMillff .,,,.,, Ilow ,,,, larfje enoiiKh now to aecoiiiino- arc sold at onc-liall' orone-third, date the anxious buyers: in some Instances onc-quartc r real value. Hosiery. Dress Goods. O Co. Our 0. A Co. Our prkt. price. price. price. Ladles' two-toncl Cotton All-wool Seres 03 ,29 Hose IS .06 silk nnd Wool Suitings.. .79 .39 Ladles' Taney Cotton C0-lnch Covert Suitings... .93 .49 Mo.e 19 .OS I Ladles' Fust lllnrk Cot- KlilAaaf ISnnne ton Mose. recul ir made .29 .12 HlHft UUUUdl Children's llcKular Made ". Co. Our Tan Cotton Hose........ .25 .IO niack Imperial ScrBes.... "'m' P?0 Mens Hcatnlcss Cotton j,()) 2"i .05 I,lack nIul White Stripe Men's Fast Illack Cotton Henrietta G9 ,2B Ho:: 17 .06 ,o-lnch ull-wool Henrietta ,89 .49 Men's ltegular Made a-al Stripe Sox 25 .IO SglfC Summer Underwear, &c. " vco x. Fast Black China Slllc. 21 a. I Co. Our Inch C9 .35 ,.,. , ,pr'"- pr'"- Colored nenirallnes C3 .29 Ladles' Swiss nibbed ulnck nnJ Co,or(iI fan ests....... . ..15 .OS Mo, 3Q Iadles" Lisle Thread ltlbbed Vests, all colors .19 .19 Urack ftnniJc Ladles' Short Sleeve BO (1311 UlfUUO. Gauze Vests 39 . I 9 O 4 Co. Our Boys' Merino Shirts pn, price. and Drawers 39 .19 Percales 07 ,03 Men's (liny Gossamer Dress Ginghams 10 .05 Shirts and Drawers.. .39 .19 N-Cnr challles 10 .03? Men's nalbrlmnn Shirts . g Hnd Drawers 19 .SO Ji Men's Suspenders 21 .07 4-lnch Irlsn l -'O M8pende...."!."!... lb Housekeeping Goods. Men's Outlns Flannel f ... -n. i R O. A. Co. Our Shirts, 39 ilO priCe. price. Hoys' Cheviot nnd Out- Turkish Towels 07 .03K Ing Flannel Shirts a . 1 2 v , .. ntz Ladles' Taffeta Gloves, Yard-wide Muslin 09 .OS black and colors 23 .IO - Hrown Sheeting 08 .04J Hoys' Worsted Pants 35 .16 Pillow Cases 10 .06 Sheets, 2 1-2 long 50 .31 Muslin Underwear. ;:-T1Tnhnowe .? 'IS Illeached Table Damask .42 .19 "prfc"?' "c,. 18x72 Hemstitched Scarfs. .29 .12 Lsdles' Mii'lln Drawers.. .35 .17 18x54 Hemstitched Scarfs. .21 ,IO F.mbrold'd Yoke Chemise .49 .25 18x27 Stamped Tray Cloths .19 .08 Children's Trimmed Cam- 4 111(4 LOTS l,AlIi:s. WAISTS, brlc Dresses 49 t Hinbroldered Skirts and JO, 9, .39, .59. Gowns 1.1s .00 ' ' ' Summer Corsets 98 .49 l-H'ST I1AI.V KKKMIU1.S PHII-W. ARNSTEIN & BONN, ARNSTEIN & BONN. 200 Costumes. in Serge, Covert Cloth, Hopsacking, CrGpe and Silks. (Black and Colors.) All of this season's design and material including sev eral Imported Gowns, $13.50. (Worth from 15. to 5B.) Lord T& Taylor, Broadway & 20th tit, BOY CRUSHED TO DEATH. II 11 He Cake of lee Kelt from a Cart I poii I. tm l'lilllp. Philip T.iblnsky, five sears old, of 125 Monroe street, was accidentally killed to-day In a bliigulnr fashion almost In front of his parents' doorstep. The little lioy was plaliiB In the street In front of his home, when an Ice-cart, driven by Samuel Wolf, twenty-eight J oars old, of 114 Ludluw street, passed. T'te boy started across the street di rectly behind the Ice-cart, when a huge cake of Ice fell from the cart upon him, ctushltiR him to denth. H stnnders stopped the cart and car ried the boy's mangled body Into his home. A policeman of the Madison av?nue stntlon arrested Wolf. JapAm-ERsi SICK HEADACHE I Positively Cured by Thcso I Ltttlo Pills. I They also relieve Distress from Dyspep sia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect remedy for Dirziness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste In the Mouth, Coated Tongue, Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They Regulate the Dowels. Purely Vegetable. Small PHI. Smnll Dose. Small Price. Bros, To-Morrow Special Sale of Ladies' Imported HoiuiseQowes Challies J o Reduced from $12.50. a of Cash- . -s. sgm meres 1 H S ffl) elaborately Jl &4 o 'XJ' VJ trimmed Reduced from $19.50 and $25.00. West 23d St. Millinery and Dressmaking. 40 CKVTS !Uti trimmed, latent stvle. hati Iiri'sneJ.ft-athfru curlJ,S cts Kttelle.S47 Cth ae Help Wanted Female. WANTIU) A flfrraan nnmo el rl unJer 25 who tan ipyal Kngllfh and come well recommpntlM to tkp rare o( ihlldrrn, kooJ home and wactd wilt be pUd Ad'resa tox C8, Cranford, S, J WHOLESALE DOG SLAUGHTER A Mml Diik IliUoite Arousra llral ilcnts uf Weatlleld, .. J, NHWAItK, N. J., Mny 8.-A wholesale slauRhter of dORs Is KolnK on to-day In Westtleld, because a mad doR terrorized the town yesterday and lilt two pertons very severely The dog belotiRcd to Itev C H. fatten Several dogs were Idtten, nnd the son of T. U. Cnmii had his arm liadly lace rated. Mrs t'amp's servant Rlrl rushed out to save the boy, und Jhe wus bitten on the arm. The dotr ran Into the yard of Mr. Fred Em'jurg nnd hnd Just bitten his iIor when he was shot by John Nester nnd W. C. Marsh. The wounded per sons were attended by Dr. J. 11. Har rison Justice Collins to-day sent out a corps of constables with Instructions to shoot every do for which a license Is not 1m- I mediately taken out. and all those I which were bitten, license or no license, i WTien Dby w lick, w care her Castorta, When she wm a Child, ah. cried for Cutorta, Wlien tbo becalm Mlas, she duns to Castorla, When sh bad ChlUnn, the gawo than CutorU, 1 Daniell and Sons, SPECIALS ON SALE Wednesday Morning;, too 2,nrn Colorril sn.ic v.iiiuii:i,T,As, ci. . Fani-y, Natural anl Drcadcn Jr r Itamllra, sorth S3.;:, effered I & JJ In thla aata at 1.000 lllah-Rrala - C j( IMIIA.HOI.8. L IM. fancr, PhailcJ and Striped, at J "J Alao a rinylr AasorteJ Una of COr -fra ciin.imnvs rS'oS l'AUAStll.S, trom ) PA.AO MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Gonulno Frfnch nalbrlgRan f - - s fhlrta and Drawera. worth "U ' ;:c tlila aala. ) Negligee Shirts,) Ititlrnss & Cheviot, Of Thla la a 51.50 qualltr; this KJ a. It, NECKWEAR. Fine White Crepe Tecb also x Band Bowi lor Tadles, worth . 9 mk " COe.; tbti aale, J 4J BROAIlffAYrSi STS. toi 20 j Reduction. KICAKS AND IKON BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. 100 Different rattarna In Largo Show Itoom. INTERNATIONAL BEDSTEAD AND BEDDIJ.G CO., .HAMTKACTI'ltr.llS it I.tll'IIHTnitS, 35 WEST I4TH ST.,oprosIteHearn's. i:staiii.imii:i ovi:k 20 yi:aks. N.S.BRANN, Manufacturing: Jeweller, 231 8TH AVE., HUT. 21HT AM) 221 STN. FREE. Our llliistruled Cattiloitue nl nlld flold (rndiiutlnir C'la.s IEIiiks aiul Pins Sent I'ltKi:. OPK.N i:r.MMiS. Tn Adjust (lie riiRH, tProm the Chlcaco Herord ) The Tutor (In the philology class) Now we come to this word "alienist.' If I were to find my brain In a condi tion of abnormal perturbation to whom would I ai ply. Air. SinnrtlelRh, for re lief? Mr. Smartlelgh To a wheelwright. pterin . Bros. will offer to-morrow A large collection of very dcslrablo Lad lies' Cap5 and Wraps at $ 10,75 $ 12.00 Best values Offered this Season with Corresponding Prices In Jackets and Coats. West 23d St, FoF9Cents! How Is This For Low ? THE 6TH AVE. BAUMANN Out aaaln ultli a Htnnner! A. Tapeatr) Carpet. Mada, Laid Q and lined, per yard Ua7v. This Is Carpet Time. Yon Know. AM HKKi: IS A NKAXONAIII.lt IIKAIITY Upright Btylc, bandaom. Ice Box, beat refrlcera tor made, separate compart- ment (or Ice, prlc. at tlila R houa Jm MomrthlnK lllegnnt, Nunimrr lledroeui Suit Full Size Ded.Splaaber hack Waabatand, very fin. In deed, lied, Dureu and .J ,f fS Waabatand I KJ m JJ This House I.rmls AlwnTS In 1'nriil.lilna. tur Country Monies. Furniture, Carpet., Mattlnin. llnldlnaj, I'locka, Ijitniw, l'lctiiren. llatiy Carriages, Iteiriijeratora, bto ea, Gus r,toveH, llangca, &c. CASH OR CREDIT. LUDWIG BtUMAHH i GO., 258, 260, 262 6th Ate., near 17th St. l.aat aid. the atreet, remember. Open Satunlay cvciilnira until Uo'cloclc. IH'll T111I3INI , Mv, ll.txi ier eck on T3 I 'J.fii per week on $200 1.50 per week on lull U.U1 per week oil 'JOU 'J.1HI per week on 15 J U.SO per week on .MM NC1TIC To Out-of-town Iluyeral I)y aendine 10 reuta In atampa to our Mall Order Department tor tbe New llluatrated Catuloeu. yoj lll coma into pocaesalon of an espenalTely cotten up and Invaluable ork aa a book or rcfeienre wben In net ot Furniture or ltounehold Oooda, nnd can tpl-uciiro aiotblnx dealred fiom ua In that way . Ithout the trouble and rost ot a vl.lt. fircat care Klen to packlnc and ahlpplng. As It Mny He. (From tbo Cbtcaco Uecord ) "And what Is your occupation'.'" In quired the JudKe, severely. "Votir Honor," replied the prisoner with the accent of pride, "I am an nc tle and hnrd-worltlns member of the United Order of Veterans of'the Com monweal Armies." COWPERTHWAIT. PARK ROW AND CHATHAM SQUARE. SEVEN STORES TOGETHER. Furniture, Carpets, Everything for Housekeeping. $1 Weekly on $65 Worth. . $6 Monthly on $100 Worth. LARGER OR SMALLER AMOUNTS ON AS LIBERAL TERMS. BEST G000S. LOWEST PRICES. LARGEST STOCK. Only one visit necessary. Collections made Jf Requested. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. iio money Down IF TOU SATIFr-Y US YOU ARE TUB 11IC1IT TAnTY. J. E SB BAU61AIWS AMERICA'S GREATEST CREDIT HOUSE, EVERYTHING FOR HOUSEKEEPING. Furniture, Carpels, Bedding, Lamps, Baby Carriages, Oilcloths, Stoves, Pictures, Clocks, Portieres, Crockery, Refrigerators and Tinware. TII03B WHO CANNOT KAVOIt t'8 WITH A CALL CAN WIUTK US Of ANY PROPOSITION OF TERMS THEY WISH TO BUDMIT. 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