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K. Hi. .in '.
irh overmen. H Jealousy trrtw'tiptin
f . i Mm. and" tirxmlhti, return from every
Bl ',' WMr.?'h,h't; iiiully contrived to
KMpWtJt rallied her with Increaslnr.
R :.Vkttmtt. Blows frequently 'followed
r'fflneV.a81or'the P81 ,ew yeft he
HR , ,Vr Jhalletf eVery'home-comliiK'wIth a brutish
Hli "? attack Upon his wife.
B3Tm, Levst May he was sent to the Island
TL Jy for three months for beating her. Upon
K,'' his release In August ho met her on the
-i4-l Stairs and kicked and pounded her. Her
WWR '( Brother-in-law. William Wall, fell upon
BK ', hlm and Pounded and kicked him In
-Hopt turnunlll.he slunk away. He returned
Ht lb weeks wtuo and kicked her Into un
Pjul .jfcOBsclousnrlss. That was the last srn
R J of n!m "Until this morning. Meanwhile
KVt? U;e baby wis borm
Kv All this tlm Mrs. Peterson had kept
KW. ' things going by scrubbing at it a neck.
I Little Charllo was sick last night, so
HttK the mother widened the kitchen lourge
MW?f with two chair, placed him by her
, side, and, with the baby at her breast,
b lay down tej'e'.eep. Lavlnn, the two-vear-
Hj old. wila I if a cradle at the font of the
BT: , lounge. Lily anil Lena slept In the nd
K' joining room, and Mrs. Small and Miss
HHy McLaughlin In the den bejond.
Kr Rising at S30 o'clock this morning.
Iv' Miss McLaughlin. In going to work, en
"Br''i countered a man In the hall, and althnugn
U he did not speak to her us she pained.
BV"fc she recognized Peterson. At the foot of
&. ,. the. stairs she heard pistol-shots and
HP& ir.rsn'baclC .'....
CBf ' When Peterson entere.1 the kitchen
Kt 'I jhl wife was up, dressed and moving
wr ,, labout with the baby In her arm? Scrub
F" J women have to rise enrlv. Ills grurt
&!'' voice awoke Lily. Khe did not catch
Hft his words, hut heard her mother sa :
V ' "Oo away, l'c got a warrant nut
9Bl. for you J w
HK u The chtlil was scrambling from herl.
HZt She saw her father's form In the door
2V " way. He slammed the door shut, and
"dni the report of three pistol-shots followed
KSsI -X. In quick succession
Kr Lily tore the door open, hhe saw her
KV father on the floor as he pressed a
Klv pistol to his heart and fired ngaln. Hhe
fit, ., did not see her mother, and. Jumping
HI. ' over her father's body, she snatehed up
p the baby from the lounge and ran
i) through the open door Into the hallway,
K Wfr v Whither'' she believed her mother had
KJ Mrs. Small met her, and to her Lily
HCftr 'l ""PUpmha: killed himself. Oh. I'm so
EK ' glad mamma cot away."
, Two policemen, attracted by the shots,
Em. I i.(p4nd,ttle' woman and girl on, the stairs.
pffVt &?!- ran'4 up to the kitchen together.
HtV Mftman lay dead with his head rest-Hsr'-4V
Ag against the cradle In whlph Lena
li fWH.croiicllnr with terror.
rBlrV SffjCBMlfa-stood on the lounge pointing
HSp- FntoVthfr gloom of the corner, scream-
RKw 6h. my mamma, my mamma!"
MNtr Lily, for the second time crossing her
mWUrS'lf father's body, rushed to the spot, and
sBMAti there In the 'shadow of the tahle. In
HiH the dimly lighted room, she fell upon
((fiM her mother's body. ......
mmJkmmf .With all her loe concentrated In the
mW-XtVt' one'parent. the oply one of the children
H KWjLvold enough to feel strongly. gae her
K sKlK elf "up to the most passionate anguish.
'!-', vThe mother was dead; had died In
BflFVir stantly. The child had to be torn from
F AV her bleeding form, to which she clung
am ?"?,, i with wild appeals for a s!i.ti of life.
B r'w Or, the "four shots that Peterson re
HSra?' flulred toflnlsh the butchery, the first
vi A. had struck the woman In the right' side
UsKVeV' Of, the 'head. She had fallen ac length
KZ 7 upon her back. Tho second had been
fftW vV fired Into her upturned face, crashing
Br,, through the teeth of the left Jaw. Peter-E-3?A
son bad lodged the third snuarelv In tM
si'iV, centre of his forehead, and falling back
MVoY In a llllB position to his wife, lying to
"m.'f,te;'irether at right angles, their feet almost
kjVi touching, he had strength enough left
W.vli to finish the Job with a ball through his
IP'1; heart. ' The pistol at his side was a
MKkvV cheap 32-callbre weapon.
hBTjl, The Coroner was notified, but It was
KK hours before ho came. Meanwhile
r'LFJ neighbors and friends gathered and went
K M'f and walled with tho half-crazed chll
Hl,'Uv dren.
pSx The police notified the Gerry 8oc(ety
rKTvid an agent ivas on hand hy 9 o'clock.
K jXhasa-ohUdren Jtr.aa AbaoUltely Avlthout
"HHtVFr a sustaining friend In this world as a
K'"l rest of motherleaaJilrjdAjn theprest.
ut i As they were tajfetrfrom (the dreadful
"""(" iX vene everybody , cried; and wasn t
f Wi Cihamed of It. -" " '
"""j U.i A big policeman, who carrlel lltttle
"H. mi Lena downstairs, landed at the foot
" yi i with eyes streaming and voice so chokei
"", h that he could not gi.' his name.
"" f The little group, orphaned by an an ful
m' ii, wrong, were taken ilrst to the Tombs.
"H fyt' where the pity of their plight followed
' a, them, and Justice Itynn formally com-
"K mltted""them to the care of the (Jerry
W : Society.
I i't VANDERBILT DIVIDENDS.
Kf
Bi 1 r'f They Are Declared by Director uf
H. , J m ThrcL Road! Tn-Dn.
H, f-" Interest In stock circles centred In the
H; ," dividends by the. Vanderbllt roads, the
I .V.j tdrrectors of which met this morning.
B f!j. t n The regular dividends were declared on
H $X ' Lake Bhare. Michigan Central and Ciin-
Vl ' ada Southern, namely 3, 2 and I 1-4 per
R iii cent, respectively.
m r I. In December last vear the Michigan
Kf ?tf Central directors declared an extra illl-
L" ""t Mend of 1 1-2 per cent, and the Canada
K t l. .Southern 1-2 per cent.
H. - "nfiv The feature of the stock market was
H: '" . the continued pressure to sell Snsar,
K J whtch" Vle'ded 1 B-8. to a 1-8. and rallied
H r to 8X7-8. The low prlcei for refined suRar
t and the talk that some of the outside
E., " refineries will have to shut down hurt
', the stock.
3Ki' Western Union ranged from Ktil-2 to
H jK KTl-8 ex. dividend. Consolidated Cas rose
KtW' 2 1-4 to 131 The general list opened
HM easier, but soon lm"roied
t Chicago Gas ranged from TM 4 to
W 721-4; Northwest, from V71-8 to 971-2,
UK Ht- Paul, from r,7 5-8 to Ht; Rocl; Island.
E, ' from CI 7-8 to 0:1-8, Distillers, from
, 8 5-S to 8 7-S. General Hlectrlc. fiom
33 M to 2S1-2, and Heading from 13 3-S
? to 13 1-4.
- PHILADELPHIA GAS WORKS.
K.' ' Sen York sRdlcutr Snl.l i,, lie
Ki- flrr llir
K- PHILADELPHIA, Dei JO. ltls-tlted
K upon excellent authority that ii number
tf- L- t New York capitalists are attempting
kTT ? to get poMsesslon of the PhilaUeliihlu Kas
HHK.) i ? )rks. They have formed a sjmliuto
W 7 1 and hae a capital of bewral million
wAVt)'f I dollars. Their agent has met members
K't&l of Council and others, and the matter
K' ?h ' has gone j afr that an ordinance has
Rt , been rpepared authorizing the Maor to
PJHK-. sell the plant and the rfanchlse to the
3tfywf, , , New York company for tS 000,0(0.
HiV' V The ordinance provides that the Com-
p.'. 'T apny shall pay l3.000.00u cash and that
B' Uie city shall accept SIS.OuO OX) In 1 per
a v cent, bonds. The agent of the syndicate
'-' i . la emoted as having said that his Com-
wAVr" J pany would not only get tho ordinance
Efi "authorizing the sale of the gas works
T. through both branches of Councils, but
Ug&t that It would pasj the ordinance over
BtV1i the Mayofa eto. Major Stuart Is op-
p i- posed to Jhe sale.
Bp,iv " T,TO Yosjthful Ilurslnra.
K"' tRotxrt Kot, of ZS nt Oa IlundrcJ nj
Ww 'S Tswatjr-fsorth urtet, ul Albert IJsIh, of JtlO
V , t Blfblli avtaut botb Mrcnlcea jreiri o'd. mers
"' i.. ... k1 "M cl la Irl'm Polte Court Ibii
jWJ7f t nf jwsls tor borjUrr. Their plunder oni'.ftl
PBJV i .,"-' l'rr. koIrM ss4 ruort. tIlj at Ills, sol
1B ftKVWK Is raootr. ths property of Pke KlUmi.
Vt'fcisi 4CZ stJs sod notion dialers, st til Meet One
W '.' i -anurrod nd Tsrentr-IUth atreet. Tom totersd
KtP Sf tfta acuUls sod clesned out a saowcam.
' ScrofulousTaints
Kmi utrk Is Us blood of alaest crtry one. laontny
K. (i nCtse tber Are Inherited. Scrotals sppews In
P A t Jt rssntog sores, busebes. pfmrJes snd esarsrous
MMi yT V ?"''' Strofuls eta bf cured br burUjrioi lb
ssflr'eJ' 'j-bfot with Hood's Ur-
TUf'sIfStlUL Tbl. .".if UlCS
DBgV nfwa4f U b4 tMt.k V
aaV l-4 VS '"t"1. soecess la eurtng sw Wk
K yly .? '", Try It.
ft. vV?Ki5" u cm u 4Mr nnu.v."'
CUP.CHSLLLKGES IT IN END,
LorLonsdalfj Says Thero May Be
No More Races for the Trophy.
American Yachtsmen Scored by the
Pud raven Syndicate.
LONDON, Dec. 20 The greatest in
terest is manifested In jachllng circles
here In tho result of theAmerlia's Cup
Commlttco meeting to-daj, and tne As
soclated Press has been niiiestel to
keep the members of the syndicate chal
lenging for the cup promptly Informed of
the decision of the American jachtsmen
This svndleate l compoid of Ior.l
Dunraen, nhn Is well known In Amer
ica, Lord !onilip nhu Is also nut un
known In the Pnlleil Slates, Ixtrd Wot
erton. a Iird 111 Walling to the Queen,
and a prominent mail In the world nf
finance, and Henry McC.ilmont, the
wealth nung sporfmin who has JuM
ha.1 n nnsiillleent I I'O.ton steam acht,
the Glralda, built for him
The Glralda mado twenty-one knots on
her-triaTirip, end has been entered In
the Mediterranean -regttaHof nex,t
Spring, ho Is expecte'd Jo sleamawa
from An) thing competing against her
Ioril Londale tame to Ixindon re
cently. In order to conferw Ith Lonls
Dunraen and Wolxerton and Mr Me
Calmont.upon thesltuujton. Lord Lous
dale Is a thorough sportsman In very
thing he undertakes, mid It Ii quite
evldentthat he Is displacing great In
terest'ln the negotiations now going on
for another International race for the
Amelca's Cup Discussing the pros-,
pects of such a i onlest, Lord Lorisdale
said r .
"If the New York Yacht Club doV
not accept, the offer, which we have
after lung consultation been able to
make, there will not bo unother Inter
national yacht race for a generation.
"English yachtsmen, gencrallv. Indorse
the position trfken by the Itoval Yacht
Squadron, and we feel thajt we have
done everything possible to bring about
a satisfactory arrangement.
"It Is true that. If the Itoval Yacht
Squadron Is unable to bring a flout such
a match, the Itoyal Victoria Yacht
Club, the second of the Kngllsh yacht
clubs, or, perhaps, the Itoyal Dorset
Yacht Club, also a very prominent
organization, may challenge, because
many of the members of those two
clubs are not members of the Itoyal
Yacht Squadron. But It Is a question If
Cngllsh jachtsmen would approve of
such action. '
''In my opinion the Americans are dct
lng In a childish and unsportsmenllke
manner. We arc doing ever thing we
can to arrange a race. We absolutely
fall to understand why the American
yachtsmen cannot accept a challenge
which Is Identical with that of 1S92,
when they did not object and were, In
fact, quite willing to race tinder our
proposal.
"The real reason. In my mind, for
the Americans' failure to accent our
challenge Is that we arc now too near
their best form of acht, and, they re
member that jiin the occasion or
the last serlM nf races for the America
Cup we wer? ,MU'..entlted to one
race, and tmly 6t through an acci
dent." "The stress (fie place "6rT the ten
months' cMuse Is due to the desire to
build threa or four bants as possible Cup
defenders, and to pick out the best of
tho lot to meet our boat. They cannot
build as fast as we can, and they dealre
all the delu possible,
"I have seen the criticism of the Amer
ican vachtsinen that Lord Dunraven
should have challenged earlier In order
to allow time ror corresponuence it
should be lemembercil many things had
to be considered before n s ndlcate could
bo formed, and thehe considerations
caused the delay complained of,
"I nave also seen Mr. A. Cass Can
lield's expression of surprise' that Lord
Dunraven was not willing to race In
November, though, according to Mr.
Car-field, Ixrd Dunraven was ahvavs
'clamoring for windy weather.' This
has,n" b-atlng on the question, and
Lord Dunravcn'd reluctance to race In
November Is simply due to the fact
that he la not willing to take the risk
of ordering the yacht to sail for home
in December.
"I do nit approve uf Lord Dunraven's
proposal to race for any trophy which
the American? may jiut.jip Ir.my
opinion, the nice should bo for the
America's Oup-only and I think, that
contest or .scries of contests tor uny
other trophy would be unsatisfactory,
to inchtumon on bpth sldeH of the At
lanttc. "Tfien nealn 1 do not appreciate the
Idea of ltlih.ud (lr.nl, Secritarj of tho
Itojal acht Squadron, of racing with
out perlupi bringing home the Cup In
tjte we win I cjrneitly hope that tht
Anerlois Cup Cij.uinlttce, wjll lurrn to
some ditl'lon to-day v. hlih will enable
us to decide upon trims for a race
Otherwise, n I have olreulv said, there
will not be another, Ipttfijational aeht
iae for a gjfleftfojj '
Loid Woleertcn sild:
' I do not thiiikf-there w(Jl bo a race
next j ear for the America's Cup The
whole think Ills become a question for
law era to decide, us the American
vachtsiren say they tan't accept this
and they lan't accept that, a position
which UngllKh vuehtsmeu do not . un
derstand In fact, the America's Cup
has been "jo hedged about with 'deeds'
and 'clatues' that Its Importance as a
challenge trophy has n I most vanished,
and It is now only a piece of old silver.
In fact, I believe It has a hole In Its
bottom." ,.,
' However, think "that a race for any
other lntcnli'tionjl?lrophy would cause
Just as much uiterest,"and would do
yachting Just as much good The racers
for the Americans Cuh. on both -Hides of
the Atlantic, as projected, are too big.
In my opinion, seventy-foot yachts
would answer the purpose much better,
and. certainly, the smaller yachts would
be much' teds exp-uislve and more likely
to Induce more frequent- International
contest,'' ' -'
Mr, Henry; McCalmont, the third mem
ber of the ,Cup challenging syndicate,
was out 'of town to-day, and 'so. hi
views could not be obtained correctly.
Out It Is understood that 'Ur. 'McCal
mont holds views similar., to those ex-i
pressed by Lord Lonsdalo and Lord
Wplverlon.
Kaiser Asks Czar Xot to Kenore
Scb.pua!ofr.
LONDON. Dec. 24-A Berlin despatch
to The Time saya It) stated, that Em
peror William ha requested the Can
not to 'remove Count. va'Sohwvate;
LuujHJyHMflEwr i
WESTERVELT'S LUCK.
The Folioe Captain's Trial Again
Put Off for a Time.
Evidence Is Not Yet in Proper
Shape to GVivloL
Urund Jury tins a Host of New
Witnesses T-Dv.
The trial of Police Cnpt "Westervelt
did imt go on before the I'ollre Com
missioners to-da), us arranged. It
sei mt tin re Is other nnd more Important
business on Inn I
Instead, the Captain Ins been sub
poenaed bj the Lexow Committee, and
will npprjr before that body to-day and
give the (Vnitors u chance to hear
him before the Tollee Hoard does
The pi'uclpal witness In the mse,
Trent li, a man who seems to have
Msiit inut nf nis time during the past
few cars writing polity slips nnd get
ting JIU'i tluilllie Min In MiIr lil
go befois the Orand Jury to-dij to
gethr with all thu other wltntse
agilnt the Captain
This morning Mr ellman, the piose
Luting counsel alii legal adviser of the
I'nllie rioard, Trederluk House counsel
for Capt Westervelt, the Captain and
Detective Ciruthcrs bad a conference
with Hupj. lly.rnes at Police Hradquai
ters. At' Its Conclusion It became known
that the trial of the Captain before
the Hoard on the charges of allowing a
number of policy shops to exist In his
precinct, was off, at least temporarllv
It was rumored lhat tne object of se
curing the presence, of the witnesses for
the Orand Jury, meant a poslble In
dictment, and that Westervelt would be
the next Captain to bo arrested on crim
inal proceedings.
The original adjournment of the Cap
tain's case before the Police Hoard, was
prompted by the fact that the chatges
against him were so Irregularly drawn
as to be almost worthies". Mr Wellman
wanted time to look them over.
This morning when the members of
the Hoard assomblcd In the trial room,
Mr Wellmar said"
' The more I see of these charges
against Capt, Westervelt the less con
fluence I have In them. 1 cannot see any
thing In the evidence as u lawver. to
Justify me In prosecuting the case at the
present time ''
The Commissioners announced an ad
journment until Jan. W not onl) be
cause the Captain was absent, but to
frlve Mr Wellman an opportunity to
ook thoroughly over the charges and en
deavor to find something upon which to
base a prosecution.
D.strlct-Attorne) Fellows and ex-Dls-tilct-Attorne
De I.ancey NIcoM held a
long conference with Hupt. llvrues this
morning. It Is presumed this was' In
reference to new indictments.
Lawyer William K Howe went to the
Dlstrlct-Attornev s office this omrnlng
and had a confab with some of the as
sistants Mr Howe said that It was
absurd. In his opinion, to increase the
ball of Capt. Schmlttenberger under the
idei that the Captain had contemplated
running away
"We have been preparing to fight his
case right along," said he, "and lie has
had no Intention whatever of going off.
As for his making a confession, that Is
all tomofolery. Why should he? How
can a man lonfess when he has nothing
to confess? Eh?"
i
, POLICEMEN INDICTED.
Ornnit ,lnj-le; in Clilcn.o 'and St.
l.onls Tnkr Action.
CHICAGO. Dec. 20 -Eight Indictments
wero voted last nlgh& by tho Orand
Jury against men alleged to be guilt
of election frauds on Nov. 6, In the
Thirty-fourth Ward. Three of the In
llvlduals are policemen. This action U
the first fruit of the work of the civic
I ederutlon The men said to lie on the
list are 1' L Ulackwell policeman, John
rlynn, Frederick Holzer, pollcemanf
Dennis M ihoney. City Hall emnloyee
u A. Htorms, policeman, William
Hweenj, bartender. William Humslage,
sub-contractor. James Hsan.
It Is rumored that three other men
were on tho list. Tho Indicted persons
are charged with Intimidating and other
wise Interfering with legal voters
ST. LOUIS, Dec 20 John Powers.
John Maroney and James Uiggene, who
made nflldavlts before the Orand Jury
that Sheriff-elect Troll had violated the
law by giving moey to influence their
votes, were arrested on bench warrants
at the Instance of the Grand Jury. Troll
Charges them with perjury. Ten more
warrants were Issued yesterda) by tho
Orand Jury In connection with election
frauds, most of which are said to be
for the arrest of policemen. Four offi
cers. Jhn Clifford. William Crony,
ihomaa Mahan and Thomas Murphy,
were arrested and released on ball. The
first threo named are charged with
fraudulent voting, while the charge
against Murphy la assaulting a Repub
lican challenger.
Tnonias Kinney and James Hagrerty
.were also arrested. Kinney on the
Charge of assault at a polling place,
while Hsggertv's misdemeanor is al
leged to b fraudulent v otlng.
THE WEBER PIANO C(h
1 (le riii!tii-tnrrirnit Katnhllxbmriit
sllhcr rrl Yenrs' Mniidln.
Tba Wetcr rimo buelnen la one of tie o'dett
lit ilii. kin I In Sew Vork CUy It FlUblltbnl
ji illicit i over fjrty rture (j br Albert
WtUir Hie nior ho belnz n tiorougi1r eklllej;
muiufjciurrr ivl aa tble builnen nun acihleteJ.
a high rriuutlon onlnj tj the marked decree ot
excellfa e muilutl, r lallc al meohenlMl wlU
HlrtC he kUjim-J the ruble Instrument .till
terlfig hit nme Thle repiiuttoa txxh if men
nt pUno jet exliu uixllmlnn.ie.1. (iiit jit u
tulnW oo.r hjr srnt merii' al phreifil ilriln
tu the fvuadtr o! the bufnm reeviltlox Id hie
iIVt ' wmpj-allvfly Mrlr it, oM, hoserer,
until he hid eajayed the trulUoa o( hit hose,
vhloft u u tie the ouker of the bm pltno la
tfnerta "
- Uler Mr Weber"! deitb the deelopmeot ot
the bVielneSi confitnued tiaout aterrup.ldn. sad
tSe rerroretlon n"5- prjncutl.it- the ouilaeu el the
IVebei runo gompen) ooklnt upon nil tehtete
miKilt' olthr the hljh.it reierd, Jetenaloed that
the intuTlul feme of the Weber rlioo thill be
n ontr kept Intitt, ba sucmeated '
' Tile miniten ot the Compiny include men sho
hive hi! teehnlotl Irllnlnj eoraraeniurale lth
tilr wltt omntrrclil experience, en they teal,
outly i4l ot trerr meine to uphold the Indl
llont ot 0mtn cm Ion, ability and aptltnde em
bodied Inthe Diat ot Weber, mhkh, litforeer
secured 13' the Comploy.
' Etcr jlnce the Jena of A'bert Welter, ir
the mintcemeiit of the fietory has been and It
dow under the lupervttton ot Vlbert Weber, hit
ton, tu epent Ave years In learalns the mialm
ot the piano, and who la a pruUcal mechanic.
" The Company hat Just complete-: the reaoec
tloa and remolelrlnx ot lu wareroomt in the nut
mjdera style and at a Isrie "outlay. The first
.floor Is an airy, spacious hall with ample Hint
by day and Illuminated at nliM by namtrout
elexrlc lamps, litre the vlaitor la iratlltd by
the sltht of a matnlnceot stock of Ui verld-re-nwpej
Webtr sUaos. grind sad uprtfht, la oiiti
ot every Tirtrty at wood known to be moat sural.
and beiuUtu. Oa Us aecoal fr el the bud.
Inf. reached; by. eltvitora. Is toother exhibit (t
planoa, almllarOa esriety sol beae'ty. while os
jhe Ihlrd (oor are tbt offlcss tad rseepuoa runa,
where Us oBcenfor the Coaipaay da lbs haaors
ol Us hosie.j The fourth ioor It derotad to Us
nror(Bc.ss4 SfeJ, resaUUM1 f Ue slaaos,
tut. m sstH.ss Miwta-rttsliil, assjiaM, 1ft
stHBesli'isssjisi-Iss ssssss sar. issWNIM
tiMrea r-t '(abfMa aa' fai"
1 ?infwnTUTti T
RIDLEYa-,
Opin Evtnines. Opln Evenings.
SERVICEABLE PRESENTS.
SUITS, CLOAKS,
JACKETS, WRAPS,
TAILOR FINISH, CORRECT STYLUS,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Ladies' Cheviot Jackets.
38 incli. long, tailor finisb, wortli
$3.90, at
at S3.98.
Ladies' Fine Beaver and
Chinchilla Jackets.
Havo been 9.75 nntl SM.00,
at 5.98 and 8. 90,
Handsome Boucle
Jackets.
42 inch, long, tight fitting, half
satin lined, pearl buttons s reduced
from 310.75,
at SI 2.75.
English Seal Plush Capes,
Satin lined, trimmed fur and
handsomely braided : have been
$24.00,
SI 2.98.
Ladies' Golf Capes.
Iu plain and fancy cloth. Bilk
lined hoods, cost to make, $12 00,
at S6.90.
100 LADIES'
CLOTH AND
CASHMERE SUITS
Well-trim med.worth double, 8.90
Ladies' Silk Waists 3.50
Ladies' Flannel Waists .25
Ladies' Silk Skhts 3.50
Ladies' Sateen or Melton Cloth
Skirts.... (.OO, 1.25, 1.50
Ladies' Outing Cloth Houso
Wrappers 1.19
Iu Fmo Eiderdown 2,40
RESPITE FOR STEPHENSON.
Justice Innrahani Postpones Sen
truce Till e-it Vr?ilnrsln.
Lawjer John Vincent appeared In the
Court of Oyer mil Terminer this morn
ing and presented a letter from Ira
Shaffer asking that the sentenclnft nf ex
cept. Stephensotwbe postponed from to
morrow until D 26.
Mr Shaffer said he had engagements'
Tihich would prevent his attendance at
Court to-morroei.
Justice Ingraham granted Mr. Schaf
tcr's request.
e
lloranner nnd Crime.
Pl'EUtx). Col He :i Lipl J J Donian
ot Salt 1 ae City, Ilia arrheJ Iioni I.I raaj. Tea
is hie melody are a younc man and a )ounc
womin who are rhlef arlore In a romance of
robbery. The party left for the Mormon clt.
About a jeir aco Mr Multaney a retlrel Ves
York merchant marr!e4 a pretty Roman from
Philadelphia, lie ileeJe.1 her property valuel at
1130 000 " lew weeka aga Mr Mu vaney met
CharlM tl. Valentine at Atlantic City The
llulvane) sent ta Halt I,ako VHy Valentine
tol.oeJ enl with Mre Mulane save Mr, Mul
vaney a narvotle and left with ,ila munej.
OPERA
DI A MH
$225 CASH,
S250 Instalments.
S7 Per Month.
HTOOl-. AMD COTEU.
SO MCtO LESSONS FUSE t Beglaurrs
' In City.
NEW VPBIOIIT PIANO, 8150 CASH.
Talf tMrtar Osai TU Wejk Oatr. PUus
iiSfi4iVA V !)r
NB!8lV t
One Hundred SI en
Wool Beaver Shawls, liJU
Neck Sh(ilsf 89c, 'JSe., 81.25.
500 Misses'
Good Cloth Cloaks,
Soiuo with rapes and hoodB.
Sizeu 4 to 8 j cars,
S2.90.
Sizes 10 to H yrarn.
S3. 98.
Rubber Cloaks
, (IiADIES').
$1.50, $1.98 and $2.50
Rubber Cloaks,
.MISSES.
1.25 and 1.50.
250 MISSES'
PLAIN 0 FANCY
CLOTH JACKETS.
Sizes 14 to 18 years, real 'vnlue
$7.00, at
$4.98.
INFANTS' CAPS
. AND CLOAKS.
Yhite Eiderdown Coats, with
Angora fur triiuininrr.
SI. 39.
EIDERDOWN CAPS,
for the littlo ones 25c. UP-
EMBRDIDIRED FUNNELS.
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
A Inrjtc nunihrr of tnstj pntlrrns
at rcmarknlilj loir jirlces.
1 i
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, BOOKS,
SOLID GOLD AND DIAMOND JEWELRY,
Sterling Silver nntl IMatctl "Ware, Cutlery. Furniture, Carpets,
Art Squares, Hugs, Bcrttllntj, HouHcfurnlsliiug,.
Woifieirrtimren'.s FurnishlngH, "
UMBRELLAS, CANES, FURS,
FUR GABMENTS, DRESS AND MILK GOODS.
Liquors and Cordials we do not keep, never have kept,
and never intend to keep.
Open Evenings. Open Evenings.
309, 311, M TD 321 GBAHD ST, I Y,
l lill V-
BIT Tit GIRL DETECTIVE.
Tillie Austin Has a Hard Time
with a Sbapliftcr.
The Two Women Strucxletl In Third
Acnue, bu Tlllle Won.
Mary Mcfabe. t)ilrtj.ne jears old,
l'eeel to be a professional shoplifter,
was held for trtil nt Vorklllo Police
Court this moVrYlug for Htenllnir nine
pairs of Bloxcs. worth Jll, from a Third
avenue dry goods store The complaint
wus made by Georc.. Oestrelcher, the
detective engaged b the Arm.
The woman a prettj and nell-formel.
and was tastefully attired She said she
nas emiiloed as housekeeper for a man
named Phillips at 2119 Kast Thirty-second
street.
Oestrencher saw her come Into the
store with the la'te afternoon rush, and
saw her bo from counter 10 counter with
out bujlns an thing. At the Kloc coun
ter he saw her s'lp some gloves In her
pooket. s
She cvldcntU was a connolseur In
gloves, as she selected the finest sroojs,
mostly Imported hUkk After hi linn nine
pairs otfikjves about her person she hur
riedly left the store
Ostrelcher's female assistant. Miss
Tlllle. Auctln, fullowed the shoplifter
closely, and on reaching the street,
tried to Imluce' her to retdrn, on the
plea that she must have forgotten romo
thing. The woman eaw that she was under
suspicion and kept on her way When
Tlllle caught hold of her arm, the shop,
lifter turned about and struck her on
the sldeo f the head.
Tlllle clung to the woman, and In the
otruRKl that followed she was bitten
on tho right arm. Oestrelcher then came
ton er rescue and arrested the shoplirer
The gloves were found on her when she
was searched. "
at a
ttnsslu Seeks to Keep Oat American
Cotton.
HT. PETEIUJBUKO. Dec. 20-tThe No.
vostl uyi that the Council of the Em
plre hj' tanctloned an Increase In the
cotton -tinport duty. .
4 S
Recent advices trom Khokand (Ferg
hana). Aalatlo Russia, stated that Tur
kesun cotton was threatened by the low
price of American cotton.
JoatTc SefcaaTer Iu Trouble.
t is
Seteras Btiiafer, a Jswler, perterfalBf al
KstU'C l"il"tre..Tttira. waa b14 la N.W
katl Jo Mshb,IVUm Crt tats WirsWf. '.!
f
e rJ ef V
r r r v v
& . Br mtF SV .B, rBB r m w k J k ufl
m m iB' f Hr J Hr JHr P-r m m Jtr-m
RMVL'JKffiiVviBr
LHBBiihHIip'IB
MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS IMPORTERS.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Sclented from our Tremendous Stock of
Diamonds, Watches,
Clocks, Gold Jewelry,
Opera Glasses,Novelties,&c
Can be Relied Upon as Regards Quality
and Finish.
OUR PRICES ARE THE
LOWEST IN THE CITY.
OPEN EVENINGS.
Catalogue mailed free.
LAMBERT BROS.,
3d Avenue, Cor. 58th Street.
Railroads.
"AMERICA'S GREATEST RAILROAD.
FsfEWYORK
Central.
-t HUDSON BIVER R.&
rtom Crasd Leotral Elatiea. OJ ktresc.
6-ao a. U. Cac.pt Bunder. Ksaplrs ki&u Bs
preaa. Fasleet Lrsd 1. tie eorli.
.30 A. M -Daiir I" t I.M. rot srrscsae.
Rocbeater. Uufalo. Nlaiara Palls. CkleagSk
10 au a. M.-Ksi.et Suolar. Day Kipreaa.
lot all Important State polats.
l.OU H M. liallr. 8outbweit.ro l.lmltl CIS-
elnnatt Indlanapolta. SL Louis anl ChleafS.
B.SO r U.-BS. Bnadar. We.t Ptlat. PouS-
. seepela. AlUor Tror. Baratois,
4JU P W DIiy. North Iters Limited. D
Detroit I 20 A- M . Chlcno 4 10 P M .
6.0 P. IL-Dailr. For Ibanr Tre. BuBals.
Cleveland Detrolu Cnlcaio Clodanatt, St. Leula.
a.2Q p u Dallr ror Saratoia, Burllarwe,
Hlattiburi aod HootrsaL
T.30 P H.-D.llT. fot Suborn Rot polata.
Dult.lo Kl.mra Palls Cle.laM. Cla
clan.tl IMlanapolte. St. Leila. CklesM.
O.OA r 1 PalW. OolT Slees'SI Cf Taeeia
sere tor Rnrbeeter eerrlei on this train.
.IB P M. Dsllr. Tat Caps Viseent, Of
... Sen.bi.rf CI. ..laud. Detroit. Chleafo.
ia.Ou-vi Ei Rundar nisht Por Albany and
Tror: ' eansKtini (or Buffalo. Nlafara
Palla and Chlrato.
O.O-t A " !- P.i- P M Dallr. eaeeet
Sundar to iltt.0.ld .la Harlem DMaloa.
treitner Pal. re Oars on alt tlroogh trains.
Tralne Illuminated br Plotach LlibL
Tlcketa and Wagner offices at nrand Central
Station, 113, !01. ail TU .Broadwar II East
Xtb eL. Lincoln nulldlnst 4I Droadwar. StS
Columbia at. CI We.t t:Sth at., and tilth at.
elation New York: 311 and lit Pulton at.. SSd
74 nrnadwar r D tlrooklen.
RaeKaea rheked from hotel or realdenes br
the 1e.icti r.nreee rAmnanr
JOItV M TOtTFT CFOROrl H DAMFLft
Genral Manaeer Oen Pa"neer Agent
NATHAN'S
HOLIDAY SLIPPERS.
Embroidered Piusli, 85 cts.
Imitation Alligator, 08 cts
Ladies' Felt Slippers. 48 cts,
Boys' Tan Goat Leggings, 81.19
OPEN "EVENINGS.
2 19-221 6th Ave.,
ni.T. IITll AMI I5TI1 STS.
Ilruitlr'n Chrlslmnp. ilfl.
A Urge Mprps parkafe for Sttr Drjftlle. dr
llverM ritinlty conUlneJ a goM heideJ cna
tor Mfvr aril dlamonJ locket for Mrs UrjJle.
A letter (Tom Mr It 0 Hutler, President of the
I stroll Seiboi AKruicl-tlon expUlnOd thit the
rifts had been bought fir Ilrlte t account at a
bazaar recently he d In Detroit for the benefit af
the Aiso-latloa When 'On Che Bowery" ai In
Detroit Steve ave the neiviboja a Th a .! viDj
dinner
Motlrrn SurKlcnl UrcsaliitTH
A reception to phyafclani and aura;ont of
New trf will he given thla afternoon and ewn
fn; a KalUh pharmic 1 nentj -third atreet and
Fourth avenue In connection with tl opentnc wp
a ae dep-rtment for urxlcI drlnji Ml
Helen M Wajntr a graduate of the Dellevut
Tralnln Shnol for Nuraei will be In chirk.
The lateit and beat method or mantifacturln.
and prepirlm attrlllted drcasln.i will b ex
hlblted
1 J
If You Think of Opera-fees,
let our advertisement turn im toward
tba display we are inftkloR. Wo cUarou
tee tb. reliability of all our classes, ud
the arletyof styles cold, bilver. shell,
pes'l, aluminum, leatner iu eieeaui
thapes, cauuot be surpassed.
rUIUEN ABKVUO.U
S4.00 to. SSO.OO.
Gold Spectacle and Eyegltsses bousht
as gifts will be refitted after the holi
days with suitable lenses without ex
tra charge. ,
(Maker ot tlis lieu Spectacles and EjetUaaev)
104 .Easrt ,23d Street,
' ,jOnoor SiUtof Fourth Aw.
OPEN CVKNtNQt.- '
. "JVA- fe'fcf, )tt -)j
THE
WORLD
ALMANAC and
EflGYGItOPEDIA
for 1895,
-.- READY . .
ON ALL
NEWS-STANDS
JANUARY 1.
TREATS OF .
1,400 TOPICS.
AN UNRIVALLED
ANNUAL. '
Horaea, Carriages, Ac.
lOO HORSES
OK AM, KINDH BY
AUCTION
ETEUV
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
at i v. m.
GREAT EA31SIW COMMISSION STABLES.
620 Broad St.. Newark. N. J.
ritESlI CONSIGNMENTS FRftM TR WEST
' EVEBt WHUK; ALSO UAVlf
SECOND-HAND i
HOUSES
FROM PRIVATB PARTIES.
JOHN W. MORRIS. AUCTIONEER.
NOTICK.
NEXT WEUK'S SALB WILL BE ON
MO Ml AY, 5J4TII,
INSTEAD OK TUESDAYS
S"SSiWmBWSHWSSS9HSaSBBS5
J Sporting.
J BltiVOlIEsTXAIAN HilESENTM,
UlCh Crade Pneumatlca, lie 1 1 Dearlnsa, t31 (t.
AIm Columbia, Victor. Rambler, Spalalog. Naaaau,
t'ffflenda, Ralelcb. t-lbartr. Monarch, waeerlr.
3; JO each! 1.100 others to select from! oo rcaeen
able offer refoeed. HermU Crcle Co.. Ill Naatau at.
tliirWeek
WITH EVERY SUIT! OR OVERCOAT PUR.
CHASED. WE niU. OIVE HAT, SHIRT. PAIR
6f HALF.llOJB. PAIR OF SUSPENDERS. SILK
SaUtF 04 LINEN COLLAR.
Suits, $8.00, Overcoa's, $9.90.
London-Liverpool,
86 0 88 Bowery, cor. Hester St.
OPEN EVENINGS.
Y0UMANS
Opera Hats
Umbrellas
Walking Sticks
Vptt THE HOLIDAYS.
1107 HOB QrcMsway, near 21th it
'168 Broadway, near Liberty St.
t ij r j
ki x W? ' t s- .
liLLi4iA
Clearing Sale, f
I w.PSTSSl JPSal "ARO AtNS AND EXTRA J
LiT,tiC5SS!I5.r,.1r,1B "01.IDATS ENDlNO
PIANOS T
In larieand mrdlnin nlrr at ratlr re
rtrrei arlrr nnel thr mint rTersblmersae.
Inslalairnta ur cli.
BBTIJj I ill l
lSVTJI JabW BB. Ht
TUB NKEUHAM PIANOS ARE ACKKOWI. e,
FDaED MAIIVKl OF MbCHAMCAI. PERFRO
2?y ANU DLL1CACY, AND RANK AMOMO
JIIE FINEST AND BEST MUSICAL. INSTRU
,WiNT.Sn,9?,T.,,1!.Mf'ETr.ENTIt CENTURY. m
A III! AilTIfUI. IIKII.l.IAMXTOND
STLINWAY PIANO
, '0,H UKAT IIAItflAIN. i. '
,T . VH, J'U E T1MB Af-D MONEY TO CAU. )
A-"srn thi: fi.ehant assortment j
UEFORB PIIRCHA8IVO ELSEWHERE.
i.r . "." '.?(1. 'or ,Mir "" Hloetrste4 csUlone "
(luet Iwmedl for jirlcje ana terms.
'' WsiVt-fAItTII, MsliajrerKstaJI Di-pt,
NEEDHAM PIANO AND ORGAN CO.,
a1!?iV ,bt';?i.rJ',no "38 K. 14th SL ,N. Y.
HSRRIS'
CLOVE EMPORIUM,
861 BROADWAY, , '
IMPORTER MANUFACTURER. RETATUMW
SOLE AOENTS FOR THE '
MAOCIONI FRANCESCO KID CLOVE.
FORMERLY SOLD BY f 1
P. CENTEMERI.
Kid G 'ores are amay a utefut for
, Holiday Prasinfs.
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING REDUC
TIONS THIS WEEK:
Ladles' 4 large pearl QQ a
button, in black, 906a
white and all
fashionable colors, Ql
plain and embroidered, liWV
REDUCED-FROU ILsO AND tLO.
Ladles' PIQUE Q Hfl
Walking Gloves, ' liUII
in fashionable Sv9C
colors, tan li4U
and red, Si eA .
also black, liOU Jr
REDUCED FROM ll.M. tl K AND II tl .
nv'eSs?iqUe ' 900
Harris' S (..
own make, liOII
REDUCED FROM II 5 AND O M"
DENT'S & FOWNE'S GLOVES
in great variety.
: FREEST I
PLUSH OLOVE BOX. j M
.1IOTIIEHS, I Mrf
BR1NQ YOCR LITTLE GIRLS TO RECEXVB A JHl
PAIR OF DOLL'S LONO UOUSQUE-' "
TAIRB CLOVES. 1
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. AND
THOSE FROM DISTANT PAHT8 WILL EECE1VB
LQUAL ATTENTION. I
' t
For Sale. .
1.1 1 1 I nlilljorioler LadloV ana aUase I
ULU I IIIIIUWrkm Jackets, Capet set 1
Sni Ka) '" ts IttaD atrial mI 1
"un ttnlins, oa eaiy wsoil if 1
l.nr I I. .Mnnlmttan Ulotliln Us,, T
UIILUI ll llUllars.wt.Uakiiiiia. A
. Vankers nraneh tlutual !
Vlelbtn anil Cloak Co., ION. Bras4srar.
Opep Mvenlners until It Hatturitar, tli.30U fa
TV t T S1.00 WEEKLY BUYS'1
I 1 I I r TTrn Wavtehes, Diamonds and 1
V'l I 111 III II Jewelry. Deiivenilm- '
v'l I 111 Ul llmedlstilj. N.Y, Watea
111 I III 111 II Jewelry Oa.incorp.. , j
III llll II FrsnlcaSaerman,maa A
floor. Take elevator. Open eiery eveotniutU
tt l'iuc valdi repalrlnr a. one-hslt regular pnoes. JM
SEWING MACHINES. XI
Wllioox A GIDba. AstoauUc, Domaatls. Nasi
Home. Whit. SJosar, Dsels, Houses!, Ik mil. B
kaoa Kriua. Its a,, toot aaoos4-bas4 em B
Is aaacaiaa tro 110 as. lor caaa or Boatkljr - fm
nu. e sxcUaace, rut as4 repair aU kinds at
saacklaaa. KRUSB HCO CO..
Ul East Uth St. aaJ m Cras4 at.
NO MISREPRESENTATIONS! wltlt ST.rj watej I
S3 CHAIN FR(EE. I
tl down, tl veeklr. bars watches and levelrr.
delleerxl Immedlatelr; take no chancaa; look (or
tho 14-K Id sold'fllled case vauhasi oar's hsse M
III set the beat goode and oar eomiMUtlon prleea,
JArnoldtCo., t Maiden lane. Take eletator. 1
AnsTfalT Noeltles In Watches as JK
Ulallll DlsmondJenelnrlorcbrUU P
lirirlll I . maspreaeots at tl sreeltly
W 1 1 lea If I I I payments. Uuaranteed.
GLOBE CltEUll WTClt CO. 1 44 W orld lUda
ASMIU WliPKI.V, WATC'IIKM, UIA.'
lrtNI). JKUhl.ll.Yi IIKI.IVKUEU ON .
FIRST 1'AlJtlKNT. ESTAII L IH II BU S
I HSU. . V. JIKKKMa;CO.,UMtirimyet. '
WATCHES and dlrmendv tl weekly. Bay a foo4
one only. Tako no other Send poatai, aalsamaa
Ul call L. Miller A Co.. tit Columbas ST.
ANTTIIINO IN VATCHC Diamonds. Jewelry!
II reekly payments, delivered on flrlt paymsaia
Eichante Watch Ca. tlT Droadwsy.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED 600 men and teama to sell our tee M
trlndcrs' talary $75 to t30O per month, accord-
Ins to ability. The LltehOell Mil. Co.. Webater
CllyIa H
WANTED-RUelera. waea t! 3S pen day; holder- .H
one and laborer, vatea tl W. per day. Apply H
corner ernon and Kreeraan atoa , Lons lalaa4 H
City M
Persbnal. H
COAL-Deet luallty, all aliei Ii Tt per tea at
2 CW pound, delleered at Forman'a, 20ii Eaet llP
TJth at., telephone call l-7tth at
TOIIQIOISK Annie Fmlth wantl to raeeti rota.
Adlree her :0 Wot 11th at . Annie Smith. ,
Boarders Wanted
KINK peasant room, tilth or without board, ex
cellent table, eery moderate rates to steady
hoarlers; convenient to lerrra Buacn's rami!
Hotel cor 3d ml Hudson !.. Hoboken.
- -J .'
Colleges, Schools, Ac M
DANJO Mandolin. Guitar: iteaao&s. tt: yxees i
sua-antee.1 Herman A Ketechke yraatsn rial- J
rs and teachers In tk world, Ul East ttth sC
and 15 Leonerd at. .
l j. i-i i in si. .1 IU s-ssassassagsassi
Loanm.
K7f?kMT.TV' Anj amount on lurnltnr or any
iUtJiNlliI- rollstersl. No removal i
Itlercantlle l.onn ifc GaaraiitT Co.,
87 f. sasau. cor. FulU'u. Itooms 7UO-7I0.
STEINWAT
THimMRD PUNOSOFTHEWORLDI,
Tie. Largest Filiittttt ii Elite i
WmrNM: Sjitaiiy M, Kit Ynt. A
MM
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