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INCIDENTS IN HARLEM.
TIIK Y. M. C. A. ANNIVERSARY AND THE
Tbe ?irentv f.ft'i aaalvoraary al the Harlem branch
ef the Yoong Msa*a Chrtsitan Association of New
York (i'y. which mi- i ??:>: tn the butldtng of tba asso?
ciation. No. :. w.--t CHia-bondrcd-and-lwent) nfth-st.,
Mondav .vening, broagbl anny people ti tlie building
who had rover been ibers bsBwa ..n.i abo were greatly
surprised at tbs astral ol the aror_ done by this nr
tat'lrstlin. The ocea?tm uas taken lo In-p.-ct the
bulbin.,c Irani iha splendidly equipped gymnaslutn,
swimming bath .?'!!<! dcesdnf-roora* In tba basement
to tho larg.- rall and meeBag rooms In th- goora
above. T.'ie linn :.il report of the ?secretary of the
Bain, inri m. Eran): c. Banister, Bhowed that lt was
tapMlr InershMag In BMmhelsblp, and that ll wai . m
stsntly irrMng la extend Its scope ->l usefulness, Tlie
niemhet-hlp now is considerably aver a thousand,
which ls an Increase of twa hundred over that of the
ic?r belora Nev departments ure continually ticing
sd-><l. sud lt is expected thal Ibo year ISSI- nil! wit.
ness the most rup!'! *? 111 e- In thc history of the asso?
ciation, lb* f.e of entrance nnd membership ts thts
assorts Hon I* P10 * year, whlrfa Includes the us- of
the fviiTiiasium nilli a locker far clothing, thc u*? of
the pastors, th.- reading ro m willi it* many Piss of
pupers, the Binary .*.i.d manf chT privlfegei eon
neeted uith tbs association.
An pntanalpmen! wa j\\on op Mo day evening in
tbe hall of the BAiOctatlon in Which ihe wink of lbs
association for ihe year !-.??_ waa ontUned. The ott
cers of :hl? branch ure William ll, -age, chairman;
Joeial- Lombard, viic<ij*:i mun; James P. OaUagber,
recui-ln;; stcretaiy; Charles E. Hope, treasurer, and
Frank v,. Banister, secretary. The Bamber of the
committee of management, and of the advisory board
sre: J^hn ll. Allen, Jared ?-. Babcock, Arthur L. Bar
roll, OawaM ti. Boyle, .lames ?;. li. Barnett, Alfred
V. cunob, wini un iv cstBns, T. Andrew Hay. Albert
T. ll .li. John s. Hurler. .lane* A. c. Johnson, Frank
UtOsBsId, Adelbert 8. Xlrkols, charles e. Patterson,
James Phyfo, Richard I.. I'ui-dy, Blsha O. Safe-raw,
John B. simpson. Winiam ?*. M. sii:.?r, Anthony
laaytfc, Jolm A. Taekaberry, Oirr* Taylor, Wllll.iai
]'. Chler. Larlaa C. Warner, William carter. Prank
A. Ferr!*, baring C. Cai lord. William Hills, Alexander
1*. Ketcbum. Charl ri P. Pelias.
The Entertainment Committee nf Alexander Hamil
lou Po_t, No. le*-'. G. A. E.. lilli give aa entertain?
ment in Arthur Hall. No. WA} Leuoxave., near One
hundred nnd-tiv'-nty-scventh st., Tuesday evening, ot rt
o'closit. Tho entertainment Mill consist af a d?scrlp
ilvo raadUag hy mat Cswandsr P. s. Bartram ...??
compsiil*d with KW UtastraUom of rare obj.--- and
B.cne, In Hie old World, which have b***n selected iv
Urn during bl, recent ti ur through England. Ireland.
Francs, 0 Bf BIBB*, Austria. Haly, Turkey. SwltXCriaDd
and Holland. In the Interval! of ti.l* exhibition the
Alexander Hamilton Post nice Club will .-lng asvceal
selections, besides which a number of soprano and pian)
solos will be given by peepla engaged for thut purpose,
Afterward there will be dancing and refreshments.
The prloe of ticket* will Ns Jil each, including lint
checks. Tho tu Eels mav be procured from the Enter
tainmejit QaaaildllBO, which comprise, thc foUowlag:
Abraham Ulara, J. W. connolly. William R. Willis,
George Kraemer and Albert E. Scott.
Another eutertalnm-nt will be given In this bull on
B'odiiCs-day evening, under the au*T>!ecs of the Ariel
Tetnls Club, for the benellt of the Lenox Avenue
t'nlon Chnnh (Madplee). The ci.tertninment will
consist of a far. e. entitled 'Who ls Who? or All In ii
Fog." The well-known operetta, "Trial by Jury,-1 will
al-o be presented. Between these plays a number of
luti-cal und literary Kambora will be plfen by well
ln:own performers. The Ariel Tennis Club ls com?
posed of young men living In the anrthsrn part of Neiv
Th* lirst rsgalar "stag-' and "smoker ? of tho In?
dependence Club, wa* held on ,c:i:unlay evening, Jan?
uary 2e, Jn the han laoBBS club rooms of tills young
rinb. a: Nj. a:;7 Leaox-ave. Ia tho ahaaaee of tho
presldenr .1 o!iii ll, McNeill, the lirst vice-president, de?
livered th* od.ii'-ss of WaleOBBO. The programme coti
Bls'ed ot a banjo solo by ?? Dick" Han.'.'ton ; recitations.
"Bingen on tlie Rhine" and flhaheapfari'e "Seven
Ag***." by Wilban. T. H. Kiels.-li; popular song* by
Arthur illvermiin. selections from "Rabin Hood"' by
the Black lin.tier-' quart" t, a BBOnolOgnO hy J. S.
Logan, violin pola bv Loni* Altmnn and ji plano solo
by Howard Hunt, At tbe close of the programme re
freshmen1.- Were served.
An enti-rtii'.iiment hrs given on Thursday evening. In
the Sunday school rooms, at gt. Andrew's Church,
Flfth-nve. und One huiidr-d-niid-twenly seventh st., for
the b-n-tit of ht. Andrew's Ititirmaiy. Tills is the
?second and lust Stttoi taliiinent given by the, Men's Aux?
iliary of St. Andrew's Church for charity, and, like
the one preceding lt, was a great laccess; both u* un
entertainment ami PaaactsOy. Th* thief attraeUon ..f
the pi (.gramme Waa .S. M. r-padln, who gave o::n <>f bia
Interesting chul.t-tulks. He waa aaststed by Hurry
Peckham, who aliased Ihe audience with whistling
imitations and humorous recitation*. The- P> rrv
Brothels also ndded to the interest of the programme
with their musical special Me..
An "apron rale" ls being prepared by the Thought?
ful Circle of King, Daughters, connected with th*
Mount Morris Baptist Chun h. tn Fifth -uv*., near ? ?n.
hundred and twenty -ev-nth-st. The salo will be held
In the parlors of tba church, on Tuesday, from :t fe 8
snd from -, t- ld p. m., the proceeds of which will be
liS'-d by the eli - lo for charttjibVs work. The Ladles'
commute,! of thia ebareh are al*o making prepera
tlon* for an "aranga tea.'' to bi- gil en in the parl t of
the church on February 14.
Harlem C<ini:cll N<., 211 ls making preparatlnns to
celebrate lt- f! ft ti aanhrersary with appi'Oprlata cere?
monies. The celebration will be h'-M In the Central
Opera House on February 13. and lt will consist of an
entertainment, dancing and a dinner.
The Lenox Athloili Club gave a stag part}** :it 1'
club -hume on Wedaeaday evening, at which then- was
an enj' yabfe pragraaaiM, 'lhere nero representative
from the followliig atbletle '-lu!'-: Harlem, Nev
York, st. George, and tbs Young Men's Christian As?
sociation, a-iid fr..:n Hie Amiry Social ciuh.
The Altar c.uiid of >;. Edward the Martyr*! Church
gnve au entertainment :_id a " pink ten*' on Wednesday
evening ba th? Sunday -school r^oms of tbe ehnrch
In One hundred and ninth st.. near Ftfth-ave., for the
purpose of Increasing the building fund of the Church.
The guild ls eoatpoaed of H.* Mading women af tbe
church, ami aboat WOO waa cleared. The Sunday
bci .s.l uas decorated In h.-.-ping ii Uh tke Htle of Ike
entertainment. A programs*! wns given In which
the fnlioivin. BPpanrrdl Mi*s Williams, violinist; Mr.
Williams, planl-t*. Mr. Cfeather, In whistling sp.-. I
siiMcs; Mi*s purdy, soprano; Mr. Branch, pianist:
CaMrtdgs c. Ai.K"y. plain*;: lilas Sehaonnaaher and
Mr. W:it*.,n. h. tablaaaa; Mr. and Ml-s BerHeff, in a
dialogue nnd Mi.- Qmbnitt, violinist. Those baring
charge of tim affuir Were Mrs. Loni-a K. Schaefer*,
Mr*. .*.niuel .1. Bveretl mid Mrs, R. L. Luck!.
A aral?aUeaded BMOtlng ut the member! of Ute
lyeiK.x Pr.-.-l.y: linn Church nus held In the nev build?
ing of tlie ehnrch in Omi bandied imd.lhlitj nlnth-at.,
near Bgbth in e.. to BMke anangemeats for aecurina
a pastor tar tbs congregation, r.'n- Rea, Er. F. H.
Marling neted as ni<Klerator, and thc E.-v. Hrvie K.
Dougla-, th.- present pastor ol tbs Presbyterian church
at Wuthir.s. n. v.. waa unaiilmoiiilj sleeted pasl
Mr. DomjUis han aapphed the pulpit of the Lenox
presbyterian Chard. t"i* two laadaya. and has given
(real satisluctlon, and the m.-mhers or tba congregaOon
are anxious to aecare lum.
The Young Liidi'-s' lllnle Class Association of thc
Ila. len Pre.|b) tehan Church la BBBl-tag eXUUUlVC prcp
an?'lons fae un .-nt -rtaininent in Madtaon Hali In <'tie
hundred-and iiie;ty-tlfih st. and Madison ava, for Friday
?Veiilug In aid of thc Mannar tan ville Mission, which
wa? cutabilsiicd under tba auspices af the Harlen
l*rcsby teran Church Thc title "f tba eatertalnmi ni
will be -The Temple ol lame,'' and lt ls promised thal
lt win be one ol Ihe ni-st luteresUng ajiit bbBiuc <,f
the i-nUrtainnieiits glvin this meat n. Mrs. E. .-*.
Piiiilip* uni impersonate the i..shies ,,f Fain.-. arhUe
a number of young women in approariaM Presses uni
rsyresent the aaplrnaU lor lame. Many of Um wi li
kiioii a woascn .-: htalor)* will be Impenmnaita-t. There
arin be is trained chorus, Instrnmenlal music and i
Tin- Etna Dramatic Circle win give its third
annual iiuii'taliim--rit and i.-n-pti'm to -murroa evening
at H?s-.eii: Turn Hail In > me huiilit-.l and -iwi-niy lourth
at., twett Tblrd-ave., when it will pies.-nt "Hlcborj
PSraa." * two-act cumeoy drums, under the dlrectkrn of
WUD-soi Erins. At the cio-e of the programme lhere
?Brill Lc daming.
A ">l. Nuici.Uiic's Ketti.- I irani" will be glTM Itt
th*- parlors of Uta llolv Trliilty Chun li. Lenox-avr.
and One hundred attd-tweat] -con.I st.. on Ei-bru.iry
iii. fr-in .. io P and from - to IO p. lu. bf tue m.
Andrew's Circle of Kings Daughters. A in i-lml pro
gramme will be given at - o?> o'clock bv Mallison
Randolph, urgaiii-t at bt. Andrsw's Episcopal ci ti!...
He will be esslsted ly Mi-s A. Boxall and Mr.
Extensive prepiirat1.il.* BTV being nindi- |OT Um
Harlem Charity ball which win h.- given en Apr.l
ia. In the Harlem i ip. ra House hull. The price ?!
the tickets lies been phased at *.".. while the hosea
wUl be suctioned off on February in _t BleraUe's lu
One-hundred und twenty sixth -t. -ear Lenox ave. The
ball ls given for the ben.-ilt of tin- noa sef taila ii churl
Uss af Harlem. Ainot-g the BHtraaeaaaa un- Mi--..
T'l.n.H- ll. Nevrman. .Mi^. Lucian C. Warner, Mr..
Charles W. Dayton. Mr-. Andrew J. While, Mrs. J. i>.
Plait. Mi>. John Day, Mr*. Tboaaas w. Robinson,
Mra. Leander il. crail. Mrs. John CBratenasa, Mrs.
Isaac Mills. -Irs. .1. .Mien Apgar, Mrs. John Allen,
Mrs. William A. Martin. Mr*. Francis W. Leggett,
Mrs. Charles C. Tvler. Mrs. Thomas F. OUroy, Mia.
Baadolpl: li. Martlne. Mrs. William A. flbl I Platt Mrs.
Vernon M. Davis. Mrs. A-.hhcl P. Fitch. Mrs. Donald
McLean. Mrs. ClKirles Plaep. Mrs. J. W. Arthur, Mrs.
LeRoy W. Hubbard. Mr-. .!.?.n McLaughlin. Mrs.
.lani.- McLaughlin, Mrs. Millern McLean, Mis. E. W.
? :t. .Mrs George v.o<*i Jowett, Mr-.. Joaeph Keane.
^ - J.-siali barnhard, Mrs. James L. Miner. Mr*.
liver W. Hitchcock. Mn. I>. L. Baton. Mr-. Francis
i.. Lloyd, Mrs. John lioaittnian, Mrs. John A. Bason,
Mrs. i.. w. Wallace, Mrs. Arthur -.unwell. Mrs Georgi'
: i;. Holtby. Mra. Ueorge ll. Van !>? Water, Mr?.
i Jobi, -Iitipson and .Mi*. Huller Iv SllUrk.
Tba ( no Literary Society gave s social entertain
in. vt on Monday evening at tbe "-.m.- o| Miss Marie
i.nUii, No. .",<;t l*aik av.-., which was largely at
lended. An Interesting programme waa given hy t!..'
f.ll" nlng . Mi-. Limn. I,!:..ii. Ml-- Luksch, Mr..
. Friedenbers, Mr*. Si. ?.oar. Hiss Dunne. Among those
1 present were Mr-. E. M. I uUer. Mr-. A. U. Humphrey,
Mi*-. .!. A. Full .11. Miss "I L. i.tb!.*. Mrs. Allen
1 sunns Nie. Mr-. Thoma, M. Adam. Miss J. Ballard.
Mi - Irving, Mrs. Jolm W. Key. Miss Angel. Mr*.
A. C. Haller, Mr.*. V.. .-.. Phillip*, Mrs. Bay mond, Mr..
William Mci:,..,. Mi... (hm. lull. Mra. Tollman, Mra.
VV. A. Hungerford and Mrs. James irate.
The IVawanda Bowling 'inn gavs B Bueeessfnl
Panie i.-i Monday evening at Ellcr-il '- In line-hun?
dred snd twenty-slxlh-st. Iieoi Lenox ave. Some of
Uroso prevent were Miss Fuller. Ml*- A. Wright, Ml**
Ferris. A. H. F...g?rt. Frank M. Bedell, Jessie m.
smith. Miss Ketchum. Miss Grace Wells, Miss lieu,,
Mi*, Robertson, Mi-s Briags, Ml** Ada May Smlih,
R. II. Bomrt L.iiis H. Freedman. G. H. Hilo*. Mis
Martin-. Mlsa J. Ii. Bbakeley. Ml.s E. Ulskelev, Miss
i .1. I. Miss Baker. Mi-. Williamson. Ml-* taint,
; MSB HIUs. G. C. Jove*. M. E. Rose, (icrg.- W.
i Campbell. C. J. Campbell. F. P. Clark nnd A. J.
i Mcclintock. Those having charge "f Ihe affair con
, ,l*t.-d ..f Miss C. E. T:ii". C. Boeaer. Morion W. !.,
.ni,- J 1). Hlnsele,. Ml*, ll. W, Martin. Mi**i .!. L.
1 Spellman, T. e. Clason, E. E. MeOrotty. H. W. Knobe
? I.,.-'!. Georas Gnrdner, c. B. Gilbert George Campbell,
] George Muller, John F. Norse. Charles Schultz, 8.
; Tailor, ll. ll. M.ellmnn and A. I; .gurt.
A ROVE TUE HARLEM RIFER.
DlSCfSglXO THE BOULEVABB BCttl-ME?t-OCIAEi
The public heiring which Commissioner Hetntl
held In regard tn his Boulevard project al hw ..rhee
on Tuesday morning did not develop any opposition
by uptown re-ldent* lo his pinn. Letters approving
the scbeins were rend from John (lattin, Georgs B,
Coe, William E. Dodge. (,cor;e A. Baker and other
well-known ctllrens. Fordham Morrl* nus the first
speaker hi the meeting .-md elroagly Bdvorated tbe
! making of tbs Boolevard. Ex Ju.lg- RrnoBl Hall,
Chancellor MacCrarkcn nnd Willism Cauldwell were
amor? the ntii-r apeaken advocaUng ihe pian. r>r.
UarCraeken said thal he wn.s inter-r..ii in tbe Bonle
v.nrd project on account of bis connel Hon willi (he
I'nleerslty of the City of Ne iv York, which has pur
? based ii lnrge tract of land ,-il.ove Ihe Harloin River.
I'.esides those who spoke, a lurge nnml.er of dtlsetlS
were) represented ns being earnestly In favor of tbe
project, as on* likely to Increii*,, the value nf pi-op
orly above tbe Ilnrlern Elver, and to make the large
Bptowa park more ttaafttl to resident- of nil pur!* af
the city. Commissioner Helntz hus continued bbl
Mines! effort--, on behalf of his scheme Iii spite of the
apparent Indifference or opposition of tho city
Tlie condition of the Mott Haven Omni, a mixture
of s?wer and waterway, hus te".ii considered by the
Hoard of Health, aad protests against its Pithy eon
dillon were intule at ii recent meeting bv butdnese rnen
wtio hare their yards ..r ofli.-e., fronting the cana!.
Most of the citizens who have no bttatnesa Interests
connected with the canal aro In favor of filling lt up.
The owners of place* fronting the canal believe, how?
ever, thal lt can bO cleaned out nnd kept in u fair
rendition of cleanliness l.y proper efforts on tlie p?(rt
of the Health Board- Their ls ii considerable n in
l.er of c.innl boat* and s*,iall ve--e|s nhieii u*- ihe
cane], but as the growth of the etty ls mulling ihe
region ubout lt more thifklv populated, lt will un
doubtedly be a constantly greater menace to Um health
pf Um resident*. There aro sickening odors arl-lng
from th*, canal a6 lt at present, exists, as lt ls purdy
u-ed Instead of the -eWers which have been built near
li. Its present condition eaUSSa much uneaslne.-s t,,
those having residence, or business place, not far
from tho canal.
The Suburban Club members used their new and
n'tni'tlve clnhhouse on Tuesday night for n musical
nnd literary entertainment for the benefit of th* elah.
Then- were plano solos by Ml*s Constance M. Porter.
soprano sMc* by Mis, Annie F. Levens and Mrs. M.
A. Baheoch; recitations by Professor Throckmorton
and srune Instrumental inu.-lc. There nus a large at
tendance of the members of this growing club and a
considerable, sum nus secur.d for the club fund. A.
F. SchwaaneclM baa resigned tho secretaryship of the
f-chnorer Chili, and John Osborn, Jr., has token lil*
place temporarily. The Tremont Club hot.se was
hnnds'iinely d*r..roted at the but entertainment held
for the nmu*enicn*. of the club member*. James g.
Burnett, the InuaortsC, was the principal entertainer,
tiinl there were song- and recitations liv others. In the
andlenoa were most of tin- well-known residents af
Tremont, who take an Interest In the affairs of Ibe
The fair he'd Ly the Ladles' Auxiliary of thc
Young Men's Christian Cnion afforded BP opportunity
f..r a namber of young ladies to show their business
talent, and they aneroadoi In selling at large prices
a considerable number of fancy and asefnl articles.
Among Ibe indies who were Interested In the nllnlr
BBd] who aided in its success WON Mrs. Ira (.. Lune,
tba president ol tho aapoelattoo; Mr*. Lawson, Mn,
Parks, Mr*, Giana, Miss Irene Wright, Miss Sarah
M. I Io'.!,dav. Miss Ida tiold.-n, Maa Helen Love, Mi
Lawson, Miss Halsy Aleoke, Ml-s iievo* and the
Mi-*.* Lynch. Tin fair was held on Tuesday an1
Wednesday at the ro!ims of tho Christian Cnion, No.
Mt* Willis ave.
A reception which wu* especially remarkable bo. .. i ?
the on>' in ah aaa honor lt was held had ju,j attained
ber ninety eighth birthday, brought together a large
number of the friends of Mr*. Mary Woods Bt her
heme, No. l.'gll BOStOB-ave. The elderly Indy Waa
Mrs. Marv Moore, the motlier of Mrs. Woods. t-hc ls
In spite of her years tn comfort-l-le health and ei
pressed great pleasure ut feeing -<> i*r,*c a number
of her friends. The house iv,* prettUy decorated and
taara were marde and refreshments.
Among the guests were Hr. and Mrs. Willard
I'm ker, Dr. and Mr*. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. George
Young, Hr. and Mr*. Milbank, Dr. Holmes, vr. and
Mrs. wm.am ll. Long. Mi. and Mr*. E. J). Clark, Mr.
and Mrs, Collin-Jlrown, ih- Lev. and .Mrs. Rlch-nl
Woodbridge, Mr. a-.d Mrs. ft. Willis, Judge and Mr .
Kriw-.l Hull. Mr. und Mr*. Wlllliuu ll. Chase, ot
I,mm,Min: Mr. and Mrs. WIIIImiii Hong. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Ogden, Mr. and Mr*, ('.hull? Hu.I, Mr. sud
Mrs. Albeit Hall, Mr-. Langdam Kitcha!!!, Mr. and
_r-. c. li. Hatch, the Re*. Ii. B. Tvl-r, Mr. and
Mrs. Wiilt'-r Brown, Mr. und Mrs. d. . ?. t'nderhlll,
Mr. and Mrs. Allendorf, Mrs. Colin Brown, Mr. .?..,?!
ins. A. Roth, Mr. and Mr*. Daniel Wi**.-. Mr. and
Mr S. C. Thompson, Mr*. T. H. Wakeman, of Fulton
County, and William D. Woodi,
ibe anniversary meelina >>f the George (ids Assn
. tallou lu*t wc-!, waa attended ie i only by Ibe mem
hers, but by their friends, nh" rifler lh<- hlislnes, meet
lng wa- over danced through tbe evening hour-. Thc
vining p. ..pl.- connected nilli the Exempt Firemen'i
Sons' fife .-md Drum corp. gnthcred wi Hi their rela
Hus un.! friends -it Bb!I nc', Casino on Mondny nlghi
nnd rtijoyed dancing until a Mle hour. Manhattan
i on nell, ivhlcii hu* among li* members n number of
well-known uptown residents, held tt-anim. 1 reception
.n Wednesday evening al Rbltng's Casino. A ball
of iho Young M.n's -oclitl Club ,.f We*| Farms na*
h. ld on Thursday evening al Crbacb's Hall,
GATHERED A ROUT BROOKLYN.
J. Edward Addblts, president of tue Brooklyn Gas
company, baa aecnred a majority of the stock of the
Metropolitan Gas Company In his effort to obtain
a continuing Interest in nil the gus companies al
Mrs. Jenni.- Wright, of No. 171 Fridges!., is sick?
ing I1n.il.*l divorce, On ti... ground of cruelty, from
Richard Wright, who i* employed by in.- city Work.
Department at PBS a week. Tbe defendant denlc
crud treatment ol his wife, but deelarea timi abe
baa a ehlld ol whom be I* aol tbe hither. He aaya
Ililli oil one occasion when he ll-'ltel his wife he
foiitKi a man In the room with her and ihe Poor
locked, She said Unit the mun was aa Insurance
agent, and lbs! the spring lock i napped by accident,
... thal ber husband could not euler.
A n...!i..n for a temporary receiver for the World
Qa operaUva pira laaaranes Company in the suit
began by the Attorney Ueaeral of th.- stale to dis
soho the company, whoas office is si Xo, 86 Broad
aay, lin...kim. on Ibe ground of Insolvency, nus de
nleii yesterday, as th.-r.- mis aw appearance on !>??
half of the Attaraey-Gfeaeral la the Bapreme court.
A sub 'commute'- of thc Civil S. rvlce Comml* lon re
parted adversary yeaterday apon the request ol tbe
elm Service lb firm Aasacbatloa to Uaasfer a1 om 900
po lilons from ficbePala A, In w..lch competHlv.- exam
inaiions ara not reqalred, t.. Behedala ii, when- eaam
Inaiioi.- Bra pinaaary t>> appstatmsat. Mast ol Ihe
p.situ.ris ure ot ii cntld: ntial nature
The wife of patrick Ready, the well known limier,
whom lie married on January -J.",, ni Mourin-, "Orange
( or.nty. H. Y., wai Ml-s Katie Cn-gMii. daughter of ;,
veli t" do farmer. Mr. Ready becalm- BOqaattttSd With
her two yean ugo. while apendlag a raraUoa in
Monroe. lb- U lift,-six year-, old and wa- BBppOMed
lo be confirmed In bachelorhood. H,. nnd bl* brid,
have returned from their wedding trip tu the gSttth
and will live nt No. 4:n! ('Union st.
Mr*, raihertm M. Hurt, nile af Andrew ll. Hurt.
of Ra. 180 Clinton st., waa taken Ul nml fifed m :(
reception at the Height* Young Ladle-' BeUdnary, al
Ma, SS E iiiscii ,-., on l*rldny ntgnt. -.he was f .riv
-.?ii ii yeats old und ber hiLslund ls a stockbroker,
-lie hud been troubled with heart disease for sonic
OUR BIG SISTER CITY.
AFFAIRS IN BROOKLYN.
Supervisors Make Answer?Activity Among tlie Clubs?Republicans
Discuss Plans?Various Items of General Interest.
QUIET AT THE NAVY YAKI).
"I1IF. DYNAMITE CKUISER VESUVIUS.
b ii a i Isitor Bl
DOXOBfi ABB M? FOB AMEIUCAS OFFICEBB
x Ti's a.\;i . OMMI M's.
A visitor to the Navy Yard lu working hours three
or four month* aga Bligh! I ire bi
some place of In. ? -:mt 'ol!, ol tl"'
labor, bustle and noise of a large rtlj :
in.- pie.cn! ii. nigh! h.* reminded ol 'h" refebrntea
Sleep; Hollow, not nv am nseml4afl >? iu appearance
"i natural -urn.mining*, hut ny Ihe general spirt!
ihat -.eui. manifested. He would not Imagine, mm
ti..- , ondition ..f affairs there ii, >t there a i*
niciii on ri..- I'o inc Coast, or tti.it th"..' was anything
la v.i,nh ih.- Government looh much miorest. Tbere
is no work done lhere of nuicli Importance or im -re ',
.oily the regular roaUne iv.uk. and even this ha*
lagged iii Interest and qannttty. Perhaps Ibe wort
on tin. nen cruiser and the reconstrocUon ot the
old monitors, and also Hie Hork on ii"* cruiser ? ni
rsgo mig!.t I..- taken ns exceptions to mi. statement,
hut tills has I.i en going on so long and ls of -ll.:, a
Bharacter, thai it i- practically "he icffaiir matine
ii.uk. in.- f.r.'- or mea bas been much reduced, ann
ihe morning null* Hon: Waahlngton do BO| tiring
ninny fetters, s... tl,.- Navy lard 1* liing in u soil
of comatose condition, nilling lor narra weather i"
...me. and, Mteawber-Uko, foi* "rranethlng to turn ap."
i:,.. Destroyer, tor Bring Bnb-marlns torpedoea, t*
I sttil lu E"' Naiy Yard, nml sin- (notably wfll !"?
I there tor Bboul a ur uh and perbspi ino months
longer before abe starts fm Newport. gome delay
i,a* bern caused by the fart that th* torpedo-nets,
to ne te ted jrbeu tho vessel g...- t..
ready, and, be.-dd. ti.'
iel ? ? num.
?i '? I f..r th
?,. , . ind the prim lp'."
seri lc being fur
are di- .
harbor :?' Newport is worst than tha Kosr*Vorh baibor.
wiicn tba Breather is favorable, and srerythlng else
ll reade, the v.--e| fe to l.e lal.en to Newport !'?
test some ti.ts which ara Intended to pr .te. t
vessels from attachs nv -"ni.m.nine torpedoes.
said that net* after tho lofelgn pattern
alter aa American pattern ure to be testefi, and that
??ti ibo reaatta of ii"* teal win depend the sefecUon
hy the Jfavy Department at a type "f nel !?? be
used ie. the veaseh <?f the United States Bary, l s.
elga v.--els hu-.- been supplied with theaa nets, but
vessel! ?.f !'"? home Navy have never received them.
if the mm rerenUy Introduced In Ibe gens!*, pr'
viding for enlisted men In the Navy the privilege td
perrbaatng dlschargea from the isrvlee
? ..mo ,i few, ii win no don;,!, tend lo lei
ber of desertions. The sun:.- law has
*..ldlers of the Army for SOW
of an honorable way ont "f tl
nlsN-d to th"-* who desire t> quit lt, many have pr*
fcn-*i the purchase lyatem to the disgrace ..f deaertlon
and the risk attending lt. The pries af dfe,
M rrguhited by the coat >>f enUsltng, Iransportl :
tn.tning a re. mit, with deduction*. Bceordlng '.? tin
am..un! of service I." hu- nh'.eli given, sod ti:.- I e
Government Indemnifies itaell f.r ii* pecuniary losses.
Tba pmciia-e..,; <iis, ilaire By lem Bfeo av.1.1* to
...tent tbs demoralisation produced bj desertions, snd
ii mses awsy Ihe M-ase ">f Uopefess confinement In
lae Berrica for a long tem, ami .ii the i*xp i ??
the Qovarnment for the keeping of a pr! na
will no doubt be mi'tiv desertion,
aew law, partly be, -n wi
in any condition of life eannol ne will nol pa) money
for a fifsehaifB, and prefer t" mn the risk of ern t
nnd paalshmenl f.r desertion, and partly ls anse no
di-fiuirre fe allowed antU after Ibe fir*t >??.
Barvfeo; but the system has worked wen In tbe tr
and no doubt will rene.v.- to greal extent the demor
attaaUon prodaeed by desertions.
A meeUng of Ihe members if tba ronnel! of tbe
gOI lety Ot Naval Ac Mle I - Bl ?! M 11*1 " 1 n*4l " I
h.-ld ar Na 12 Wes! Thirty Bra! ? *. . 1 lesday. when
a permanent organfeatfen nu. rflected, a ." lUtuUon
and by laws adopted, and Ihe fol! mit -' ? lei '? d nfl ?
President. Clement A. Ortacom, president ot the I iter
nut Ional Nail-' iii" n Company; vlei presidents, I ?
fiore rn?? ?l..!e P. Wilson, Chief of the Burran ol ?
struct!"!! of tbe Navy. Charles ll. < ramp, ? ; I
.v Bona; Commodore George W. Melville, < I', of Hu
Bnreaa of Engbieertng ?.f tbe Nun . Georg ?
turd, Irving M. Scott, of sm Prancfeco; Francis A.
Waik.-r, presMi nt of Un " ? ott Institute
Technology; william II. Webb, of Nea "i rk erretary,
Naval Coast rac tor Waahlngton E. Capps, ol the
executive committee, Naval Con i rac tor i ... i
]i..ii|e-. Commodore Charies H. Loring, ll. T, i
ex-Naval Constrnctor Lewla Nixon, and Harringt.i
Pntnaaa. The objeel of the ns ocfetlon ls t promo!<
th-- art of shipbuilding and co ? I ti
enat-eerlng In all it* branches, both commrrrlal ai I
iiavnl. It mil correspond In Us wort lo I ?? In
? Miutiofi .f Naval Architects in England, n.i bow bsa
a liielii!>ei>lilp of sboUl 1"". tn'irv of Wbom ni" ofllcen
of tin- Construction sad Engineer i rp ot th* Navy
The detaebment ol Captain Rdwaid P. Meeker,
the gee! maine oflfeer ..f ihe n atti Atfentlr *
ron, for dutv at iii" Portsaxmth Savj Yaid aft.-r li.
restoratto- t. daly bUowlag the setting saide "f the
sentence af i i .un aiartlal bi Beerctari Thi y, wa,
tint ii snip.I*.? i.i him or to other officers. Jil
place ?.:, the (hi.ag. bas h.cn Isken bj Captain W.
E. .spicer, ii ho received his .ml.:, of detachment from
Ibe marine barracks on Friday. Captain >!"'?'?.;? ?
mads <??-..mi ttealenant of marines on .lune _4, i- ..;..
bal served in thc Navy Beveral yean before thal
A| the beginning >.f n," Civil War be ?.. mode
secretary to Admiral GoMslsirough, and wa
that ofgcer'a I rt al tli" di embarking of Burnside',
command -<t Nea Berne, N. C, Jn?l before the dis
embarking commenced a lan.ling force of ISO slier,,
. irrylng small attn! nnd howitzers, wai seal ot
tote. Mreher ace mpanted the i >mmand, wld**h looi
u[i b p'*ii!":i well ha. I. of the beach, and wbB*
holding ihl. post ihe command arsi sttscked hy i!i>
enemy in ferae force, Tlie enemy wen reallj pn ,
Ing f.,ri a .1 Ui cherh the fending of iM.ru ldc' fortes,
inn were brought to a sudden itop l.v the howltaer
battery of ike sailors. Tbe commander ol the naval
force signalled tot rrinrorcemenis, arri wai ordered to
hold lr* posi to lbs fes) man. When Ban Ide'
ir-op. reached the post which the atlor held ?..
well, "nh* dir.... of them were found sire, sad *i sine
Meeker was one of these. He ams commended to
Ihe Navy Depart men! for his bravery, and an i sn
missioned a second lieutenant Bom tint day, ii,
commanded a battalion of marines In the attach on
Minn's and Polly Islands, s. c., fe inna, and na*
a| tbe rapture of Port Wagner, alter which be wa,
promoted to be Brat Net-tenant. Ji" was breveied
?*i captain on January li, i-t., for gallant and
meritorious eondnci al the capture of For! Fisher,
bat was sol promoted lo thal glade anti] a vacancy
occurred i n November 17. l 77.
Ptolli wing ih.. lied inn in i aptaln Meekrr'i ra ?.
the Navy Department y. lerdaj i ined an order ra]
rotated to discipline Paymaster John Clyde HulUvaa
for a Violation of one ,,f ih,. vp., i n, im, ,
. i-iti.i-i',g ihe arti of hi- Government or hfe raperlor
"flier. Paymaster Sullivan, whoa altachis! i. ...
Mohican, In the Parlfle in Ort ber fest, wa report.--]
io tl", stoic Department by the United bluies t
at Victoria for public ntteraneea in connection with
th.- Behring s.-n conirovsrsy, When the m.,bb an
lea. i,ci BeatUe several of Ihe newspaper ron In hied
linenl.-v.* of Paymaster sullivan on the operation! ol
the reese! ii, Behring gea and on the Behring c.-.,
question generally, la all "f these laterview* h.
wai represented aa hartag shown no sympath) wUh
th* eoatenttons raised bj the United Mates. The
remark* tba! nara COOSlderel paillcuhulv offensive
iver.- published |? -The Seattle IV-t In'el'i -. ?. ,r. -
a. folloll.; ?? \\e t.aveli't the SbodOV ..J ., rlgtH 1"
declare Behriag Bea a cloned nea, and we shall be
knocked oul entirely by ih?- International Commission.
I have read rveryUtlng I coaM get my hands on upon
ti*- 'iihje. t, nnd ,im Baaaethlng of a lawyer aa weU a*
i sailor, and i belove Stelae's coateatlon ls ali
wrong, mid ike Called states win kare to pay doable
f..r th- warfe iv hav.. i.i, geing h ii..- Behring gea."
'I lie Vlei.ulan and I* iBttfiltta paper* < Opted l';,i Uastei
BaBtvaa'fl latervtawa wit*, latsnaa MttsfBrUoa, uini
made gieat Capital out of them. Tafe added lo thc
feattag already fede-wlged lu th- Btate ami Navy De*
partaaeata, aad rhyajaaur Pamatta na* Ballad apaa
for an exp!:.natl.>n i f hi* ut!..,nn.-.. and it wa* proved
that ha mada tha Matomenii a* pittiliihad. lt l* only
a f.ii wenba un. ihat bc appBed t.. ba fietactad from
the .Mohican, and to he md-red to I lin receiving >hlp
Vermont Ht the New-York Niivt Yard at thi, BtttUon,
Mit the Department concluded that h.- abOBM ls- pun
Islied for his Indiscreet utUraiKC*, and ti__ omcri-j b|m
weenier -n- Would I-a more -ll. "Ul" war wei I*" -
tori ??.:.. ..i.i-1 ? i'"'! the other purpose ls io deiermini
Vie'. I;.,'.-I.'.',",, .;,i,|l I,.- ,'M.ic'lli. ?'(""" ,'"'".';
,,, ;, ...,.?t.l III I,..-,,Il- gilli CCl-l- I'"* ,","''.">
ron,nu. ting n *?.-I vessel sus appn.iirtatcd upon
ll.-I ilia! Ihe Vesuvius should prove a anci .
and tvecretan lian ?}? Ihst the Apartment fe pre
i.c.-d t., order a -c.,,,.! ship of Hie Vesuvius type
Wednesday decided to r-is.rt. ns nu amendment tn
Ihe Navsl Appropriation hill, genator Hale's ill! lu
jnereii - th.- rm. I ? sti.i.it-iitn. t-.t ... ns lo provide for
en., bsttl. Mp, two armored rossi drtenee ??
(?v. lin ni^, snd *l2ht lerp.*!" Isssts, nnd f_tt10,000
, . . .i... n-i.- h.... .- ,*,...i,,.... s.*
.Iii experiment*. Tie House Commltti .
tome of it, i.ber*,, ar- no! so fsvorablj i!!-tx.*--d.
int Mr. Herbert seem* lo be Blore liberal Ihsn some
ol bl coll' mic- snd favors a battleship at least.
NEWS PROM HIE ARMORIES.
I.E.VIEWS AND l>r.IEI.s-Tl GIVE AN kHHTJKJi
? I - ri --i Hairy W. Michell will review- the third
l>affull ii of lite 23d Regiment, con.i*ting af Cam?
pari l?- c, D and I, under Captata Frederick L-HoBnea,
on February ll. A preparatory drill wu* mid bx th.
battalion oa i it Maj night.
The *..?.....I bsltslloa of th* 13th Iteriment. con
. Companies i). e. ll and I. comnmndsd by
Major George '.. i ... nan, will han- an BShlbtllOfl
<!riil early la March. Governoi Flower and his .stu:f
ulii be Invited I., alli '
Company ll, 13th Regiment, h looking for two ll"'!
lensni . snd i iptsln John r. Jennings lia* appointed
? - of Corporal, Morrison and
Bros u, io *.|eet i ar.d.it itee.
i ..'i i in lt '-ll : .1. a t lestre party rn th* Crlte t n
i...r on February ll. Rx-Sergeani Thomas llav
den, of Compaay I. wi,., fe noa blind, will :ip;--..r
hs ll! audi '? lr. I .. j -.. .. < u ;
ri battalion of tbe 13th Begtment under
Capt*I . larle, ll. I.umtali, ??.ill have a review snd
drill "ii 1 ? ru .v 1"..
Captain Lu comb has adopted I new rule in Tom
; bi | IC to set ur-- atti ndam ?? ?t dr;i:. and gel rel "f
men who do hot li mi regularly, lt ls that any mein
ber who I* absent consecuUvely thr*j Umei from 'ir ll
|. liable to be dropped .nm tbe i .mpiuv Bfltboul
. ? isi.iiti:.i .Inn..I ol tbe ...ni,, ll ..f ..i!i..r- of rhe
171 . Ri .'".? * * mil be held Bl t ie Cl lon 1 eagne Club
? ii February ll. Adjutant (i*m nil Porter. Erl--, .il r
; Mi i --c. lt K r-Ueiu ral U< Grath, Assistant
.III irdlns. '?? ne al J. V. Mew role.
Un lirst '?.. I ol iii., ri-glnii'iil. and Caplaln t..:i
St. John, Ihe |,i. lo.iil ? the \ vienna1 I
. i.i bm, sn i : o |5 the lui ed gu. si -.
loloiul Fud) ii.i. Itivlii-d Adjutant General Porter
to fi i. lt e.- ur ... i ? * ruary -l.
~:i ?? .-? inn! '..il E. Holmberg, ut Company
li, 14th tl , .1 , lcd nr-t Ii.ii!.naiii of Ute
. . lill I 'I" 'I ll el e' | ..'.
ll i. iou ii lin ular concerning the
I'l I! ni ' I'adei i ..ri ,, < ommi nd.tig lt t i lb"
parenl ; men, nml promising thal special
care silt l?e taken '1 t i ,? ? ri.sit have good ... l I.
.," le I and milli iv lr I ' g
ri lid n ,?*.. ba ? nged Its headquarter
nights !.. Fri lay.
A review ul Ihe Eu,. Begtment and lb* presents
linn ol m .!;, - icu badge, U-ok* 11... ? ou Iriaav even
Ina li i' ? rave ii morj. General Mc Leer
led tbe review, ii- 1 led ll bl* - ti, tr. Conni.ii
durr Erlieti and other il-u.-r* iront Ih" Navy Vant
sere pr- eil fie ie were S!0"i marl amen who ip u 1
il .'i c. lvi i medals, rhe priae-wtnnsn were
.-rs- nt I.I. I .ii tist.H'k. Coin pan > I. and Prtvaie.
... .1. stifle, Compaii] Ki u. i. Crane, Companj A,
.n.i I., r. Barrett, ? ompany 1.
ORABAM Kt X l> Ai E\E\lS<i LECTUEER.
Ti.pealna ssctare I*! '!"? coarse of the Augustus
'.r.iii.mi free - : .!: i .lining lectures for tte- season
.-( ISU2-B3 will be given under the auspices ..f the
lirooklyn In tlfnte nt Arts and "Sciences In tbe \ -??
? iii on Hall la liond it., near Fallon ? .. Uri., evening.
Mn..- Ihe .'. Utate 1 ?-! lt* I.uleling iu SYashlBgton
i. i.i Ure tw.. year, ago, lt na been crippled in
lia r>-..ur. ?-, being compelled to real otlces, lecture
rooms, Ubi i le bi I department room, wherever
available; coi i*uucnily, during UM last Uro winters,
' ??? ira lee* have i. obliged i" pay both tba real
of the i., tu:', han and the lecturers, and have walled
anti] the lu'..i for Ihe wppori of Ihe lectures ihould
l.e -ni!., li ni i.. ii.- - the large csp ines.
I he ti ti ? Invited f..r Hie pre eal sea mn tie- fete
Bi *?? Dr. Phillip. Br "oh . ia bop of Massachusetts; IU
hop Spalding, ..f 11im..i . a nd Ihe Bev. Dr, I. ll. Mn. cut
lo deliver h. lure* in the present course, nie lii-i
?? I. dur. * will I.. L'.i.n by llUhop S|i:,hiing.
Hie io ii I--nu" nil' be g.vu I'l iii" Ed. Dr, vin
? lit. No one ha . iel I,. .e. iii'e.i in the pl ne of
the fete lilslioti I.i ?,,:, .. I ... |;. \. Dr. Chilli"* li.
Hail, ol ll .ii h-tnlly, will pre Ide this evening, and
a im"') namber <>i representative ilUzcns mil bu
To TAX STREET B.XILMOAD UOEPOEATIOXa
Aller a cinrcrenre wBh tbe heads ..r ii,,- city de
penmen,', rc ti-rday, Mayor Hood] am.? l Um! the
Corporail-n Connell would prepare a MO providing
? taxation ol the sire: railroad corpornUona >.f
ihe citi. ii uh those In existence and prospecUve ones,
and io d. lin., th" scllon lo be taken by tba city In
:i a granting of tatara franchise*.
Before the Mayor conferred with the loads pf da
part men I* privately they all listened to the rtewi
snai '.. Bheannan, ihe sing!,- Tax advocate,
lavoring Ute Farquhar bill now berore tba Legislature,
whh I. gives m.. lo.ai autaoriUea la rltiee and coon
th power to decide whether they will tux real ea
i..ie .1- personal property together, ..r each atone. Il"
i.i.ii.-.1 that ih.- experience ..f tax rollectora ihowed
the unwisdom of efforts fe tai personal property and
its u?*h ? ? ike groat majority of cttlaens would
wear io a greal aianj lies to -jive ? few bnndreda of
.i Ifei . lt wai Impossible to compel any ons fe pnj
i p-:'"'iil tai. a tier.- were *.? many facilities fer
.?lading ll. Mr. Siicurinin *ald that BomettmCB he
mill ii personal lax and someUmes he did not, and
i-.i'.-u he dui ii hos .a gratuity lo ibe city and I."
cause it -..ni lim..* gave .-? man a lillie personal
Pie ll* i" '" lt. ll" also argued in regard t .
H.- pai imi.l of laxes thal iii th.- end they wen- all
I ubi bj personal property Invested in real estate, ah
real i late men favored the atsdltl.r Hie personal
i.\. The elevated railroads ihould not he exempted
because Ihe Cmrl of Appel* had decided thal ihey
owned icu! .-i.i". and tdi ih.- real ealatr ..f -ti-.-i
rallruad corporal mi* -hon!.! be taxed, and franchise*
sold lo t!i" highes! I.hiller.. The elly null,..-Hie. did
not declare themselves on the Farquhar bill.
irs ERM. oe mrs. FLIMLET.
Tbe funeral of Mra. I "karlotte PUraley, who *h?.t
h.r buatand and then Ulled herself In tile third Bal
nt No, ii- Flatb ush nv... on Thursday, will take
pine., at noon to-day and Ihe |,mini will |,c In tireen
Wood. Mr*. Elim!.-, had I. uk accounts for nearly
15,000 andee two mums, which sh., hore ut different
inn..i. romley I* sim living ut the Methodist
ipi... pal Hospital, bat h's r.very I* not hoped for.
At th.- Coroner's o__ee li baa bara derided that tbs
hiter foi.nd In Pllmh-y's pocket ul tbs lime h.- ama
-hot wa* Written Iv lil-, nfc. and that fee r.e.'lied it
al N... i.*i ^iind-st., wbera be was itaytiig. li ls
nuder.i.m-iI ihai il... eau.,, of thc .pi.niel between
him and his wife was h.r refusal lo l"i him lin mlle
h.-r in mci. wMell ska *avcd for ber children by a
Fulton St., opposite DeKalb Ayc,
B R 0 0 K LY N.
?lave Dry 4*oi),l? ever lien Siold na
l.ow ma wa will Oller Hiern Through
ont our Hgmrlra Tn ?wr rm Wi nnd not
uniter nny rirriiiw-mneci will they
be olli nil ns low ri sew lu* re.
O ( Il A NN I A Ii S II II! T SA L E.
It i* scarcely n.mary ?* ' ''" n",ro *'"'" n"*Mt'''n
tlie luet thu! flu*) sit" is tn take place, but ive
think it. only fair ro mir customers to stat.- thur,
notwithstanding the increased cast <>f malarial,
thean Shirts ar.- better snd cheaper than any yat
nulli in this country?a broad atete-aeut, but ono
Binplv supported ly mir pri'.-s.
-'*.'. dozen Mena Unlaundered Shirts, 38 ets. each.
120 down M'-n's- Unlaundered Shirt*., .".*i ets. each.
::. il ./en Mon'* Uhlsundered Shirrs. Tn et*, each.
tt riosen revs* Unlaundered Shirt*. '..'; eta eaoh.
20 il. zen Boys' Unlaundered Shirts, ?!'? eta. oaon.
:n dozon Mona plain Night shirt*, 'in ?*in. each.
55 Boson Mona plain Nijfht Shirts, :.?i etg euell.
:,.-. doxen M.-n's plain Ni-.hr Shirts, > '.t ''ts. each.
20 'h./eu Men's Twill Night Shirt.-. 59 ets. each.
32 donen Boys' plum Mah! Shit ts, :v.t eta each.
:t*-! dozen BOVS' plain Ni.li! shirts. 1!< cte. i-u.'ll.
711 il,zea Mens Fancy Trinimeil
Night Shirts-. 4!? ets. each.
:,o dmoB Men's Fancy Trimmed
Ni.iht Shirt*. :,'.i ctn. each.
:.o dozen Mon's Fancy Trimmed
Nielit Shirt*. BB ctn. each.
40 dozen Mon's Far.cy Trimmed
Nulli Shirr-:. 7H ct9. each.
,'i0 doMQ B 'V*' Fancy Trimmed
Ni--hr Shirts, 30 ci*, each.
20 dozen Oofs' Faney Trimmed
Night Shir;., .".9 ets. caril.
CLO A KS
At Prices Represent iny the Ear
yest Loss ever incurred by
And solely lii-cans.. we propOfiS to sell every
Winter garment we have, if prim will do it. The
price* quoted ar- only about one-half or otie
?iiiarti-r ol those of tlie earlier reason.
Black Ustrschttn Boa Coram, Reefer Cohtg and
Lot l at $.".."ii each.
Lol '.' at $7 :.ad..
I. .f ii Bl $1 0,.ttCll.
Alan -iv lots oi Fur-Trimmed Garments of
very Bne quality:
Lot l at $15.50 each.
Lot .' ut tl 3 00 each.
Lot :i at S-20.00 inch.
Lot 4 at 822.50 eu'li.
Lot .", af S.*7..'i" .uMi.
Lot fi af $32.50 each.
Coats and Jackets.
Tni! ir-rni'Ie Bok, Reefer; Watteau aad Walking
fonts and Jackets, ..ur entire mock in liv,, lots?
the eil,,i' est M.....ls ma le :
Lt i at $| " "?? each.
l...t j ur sifi "" each.
Lot .'? nt $20..adi.
Lot 4 nt $25..ii' h. i
l.of .*. nf Si".ach.
Sanm claas of (roi ils |n colors:
l.of 1 nf $0 '.ach.
I.or 2 at $1 I '." each.
Lot :i nt Si 7 ".'' each.
Lot I ut $19.50 ea, h.
Lol ". nt $24 .'." earl:.
Triple Cape Coats.
Lot 1 af $13.75 each.
Lot '.' af ?! i 7". en.-h.
i/.r :; al 123.75 eu.h.
Lol 4 al $-.".i.7.". each.
Ladies' Loni/ Oucrcoats,
in four assortments, ar $10.50. $24.50, $29.50
and * :*.' 50.
ll.e..- L'lirnients nm rt"iv v.ry stylish, and Mere
made especially for late uniter trad.-.
WASH EA HlilCS.
Ail short Lengths and Remnants
of every description ot Wash Fabrics will is- found
? ?ti s|H-.i:ii tal I -. rear ol main Boor, at tho fol?
lowing* extraordinary reductions:
12 l-*.' T.. 15 ct, *-''i"-is at .". rt*.
l'. io 20 et. j..I, at 7 ets.
-.'" f? ?'.?' ct. g.I* nt lu eta.
35 tu '50 ct. c.,...I* at 15 Cts,
50 f" 7.". ct. ? sods St 20 cfs.
? ?tr ? ? r reductions, also in Wash Fabrics, ac
Fine quality French Mouaseline d'In le, IS
rta p.r jard; reduced from *.'.'. .-ts.
lin.- quality Printed Lawna, 18 eta p<*r yard;
rc. I nee, I fr. un *.'.'. cfs.
lin.' quality Polka Spot Scotch Zephyrs, in
.?hoi..- lolor-, *.'."i its. per yard: reduce I from
.".'of.-h Zephyr Cr.-pon. in plain colors, 20 cts.
per yni'.I: rel ticed from 38 ct*
Scotch Zephyr*, in lac- etTi'i-ts, ._ cfs. per
.lard; reduced from I1* et.*.
One-Ouarter to One-halfof Keyte
IBO pair* nf Ladlee' line Shoes, odd pair*,
re?lu'*ed tu one-quarter and un.-hali of reuular
A bo, about lu pair* of Men's Slippers, at name
NE W SP li I XO S IL KS.
Two Values thut hare never been
Approachcil, and will not
-'?.i yards Taffeta Silk, new effects in nmiuv
and hairline stripes?imported this aeaaon tu r.*
?sJI nt -'. ii-, pet yaru-our puce for this lot
BU cts. per rani.
1.000 innis Satin Damaase, new effects in
seeded and Boral design* in all the tint*, $1.25
p. r yard.
Very Sped ul Values.
16-Inch all-wool Vigourraus stripes, in hand*
som" mixtures, ii.'- ets. per yard, instead of $1.26.
A varied assortment "l nen- styles in all-wool
American Dress ll*ooUs, at CS cts. per yard.
(i Ii EA T li E DI C Tl O NS
lu Laces, Kmbroideries and
Ha nd keech iefs.
Mla.k .silk Bourdon Loxa, *.".) tu !is eta, per
yard *. srera 40 ct*, io .*>.'.un.
Lia. i; Point '!?? Ireland I.:...-*, rsnoy and net
f..p*. $1,35 to -*?"..'.ii per jiud; were $2.50 t,*
Novelty laces, black, cream, colored, tw?>
tniie.l. I'a.'heiiiir nnd headed etTei'fs. reduced to
half price and less.
Fancy and net t- p Irish Point Laces, cream and
l>iei:e, in tu 59 er*. |. -v lani: iv. re 1'.) tu Pg ct*..
Fancy I otion Torchon and Medicis, various
widths, -". 1" 19 sta
While lind colored Embroideries, (Betty de
?_'iis mid neut pn*terna ."? tu 50 ctn per yard.
?I.', indi SI. ii ?in ?.-*. .'tn eta. to $1.50 1st yard?
nlf-iii-iee liii.l I. *.
half-price and li***
Ts'idies' handmade Initial 1 lin.lker.'hlefs?every
thread linen?12 1-2 eta. men.
Iluiid-einliruiil. red unit Sivis* llatidki'rcliief*,
white timi color.-!, ?.'.'? tu Pg cts.; were 4S
et*, tu $2 00,
Kmliri.iilei.-d Chilton and Silk Handkerchief-,
?-'.'i to vs ctn.; WOTS .Mi cts. to $2.00.
Ladies' and men's all Linen Handkerchiefs, 1-2
to 1 l-l mell linn-, i'i |?| to 50 cts.
At Half of Wholesale Price*.
100 dozen Ladies' Waists, in Saline I_.n_?_,
Menin? Cloth aril Flannelette, striped and -lin?8
dots, plain Mack navy, li_tl llftg jg*
with .casca...., jabot front, plait, and pffl
all sizes-choice of the entire lot at CS
each. '? DU.
gg dozen Flannel Waists, navy. cardin-d Kt- _.
etc., some with tucked yoke hack anI *?____
and jabot down front, Boase Kumian 1102
in black arid navy. Si. li each "-ou-sr*,
ll donn imported Nonpareil Cloth Waist.
s,r,,,e,i^e,le,,*. assorted ol.,,-, S3U Jjfc
Also 88 doz,* tag Percale Waists, |n -.inW'
lavender, light blue, etc., double Ml JB
abo 2? doaan with cascade front, plea "d __&
and c-iTs. ns eta. each: regains fffEaft V?"
Silk Waists, whatever is left from E.J*
.isl attie of lust week, t<? be c& ??.**?
tt.M ni $1.88 each; regular ?prices,0'Jig
g8 Black Saline Shirts, with dren floria.
Van Dyke embroidery. $1.89 *a*a P ","*<
:.n Black tetine Shirts, with deep erahroid?_i
Bonnee, fl.99 each. '?""roweMi
A few illiiek Satin Rhadamaa and roinr*, -.?.
Skirt*, st $4.88 ca.-h. Instead of $r.*io SUk
US cts. instead of $1.80.
Ladies' .-hatton Pique Suede .Jlores, *-h?
heavy, for early spring wear, in fans, mode*. *_3
grays, 88 cts, regular price $i.j". ?
Tho following pri?v*s for then Ci,0.i, ?.rs**,'' f
themselvea Sorely they bare Borer be*a At.
prottohed lx'toro anywhere.
All ("hort lengths of white, colored snd *t>
broid'-red Flannels p?duccd to one-half of regulw
pries, and a Cow French Flannels r.shiced. tntt
lo tn 2", ct*.
Printed Cotton CaehemireR,
entirely new, beautiful defiifBS, chintz rolorinn
too pieced fit l" elf. per rard, Instead of 20 cts,
look aa thouj*h they uiifjlu is> ararth ot) cw, per
Short length* of Plaid Lawn*, NatnaaskB, Ifr
?lia Linen.-, black a'd white Faneiea and dotted
Swiss, at oni'-half of regular prices.
Printed India Dimity,
17 ets., hart-fid Of o'1 Cts., IO- pieces in cholf*
new deafens; also 150 pi.^s :it 12 1-2 ct*.., la*
stead ol 1 7 et*, per yard.
inn pioern checked Nainsook, mull .finish,
12 1-'*! ct*. i)?'r yard, Inates I of 17 ers.
100 pieces fine Cheeked NslOSOOk, Si Cfs. pit
yard, in*-t.-;irl of l *.' 1-: eta
50 proee* white and black Plaid Lawns, ll
et*, p.-r inrd. Instead of IS ets.
r.n pieces Mack and white liotted Swiss at
half of regular prices.
^hort lenetlis of bleached and tinhlevheg
Mii-lin arel white rarnbries, from 1 to 8 jir.li
each, at half "f r'-tulnr pric*'-*.
Sheets, I'llluw Cases and Holster Case*, slightly
soiled, at very low prim's.
HflO dozen fine hemtitehed and fringed Huck
Towels, ?'.". ets, each. Instead of SS eta
72-inch Cream Table Damask, '.'.? <*rs. per yard.
:i-4 Irish Linea Napkins, $3.M per mm, in*
stead of $3.50.
Odd lot of fine Satin Damask Table Cloths,
j to 2 l-J yards wide, and from S to .1 yards
lom*, also 5-8 and ;f-4 Napkins to match, at ii
per cent reduction.
Odd lots of Blankets, Qnilts and Comfortables,
at reduction, of from 'Ju to 4" per L'-nt.
For Monday Only.
Fancy [Vreslliiea, black back, lo cts. per yard,
reduced from '.'.'? rt*.
Tapestry Carpets gg cts. per yard, rediioai
from 7.'i eta,
Ingrains, bi.t qmlity, 85 cfs. per yard; form?
erly 7:. ct*. _
BOYS9 KNEE PANTS,
Huff Price and Less.
All wool Scotch Cheviot Kine rant,, neal
patterns. 4 t" 15 yean,, reduced fruin $1.28 to
.",11 1 ts. each.
Also, all wool Knee Hunts, choice styles, 4 to
18 yean, reduced trum ?i.:(> to *>*.# ct.*.
Head These Prices.
Solid Kohl Eye cli-ses, with best Crown -lam
lenses, $1.49, with case; regular price, $-1.00,
Solid mid S[.tacos, with heit Crown uto*"*
lenseM, $1.49, with (?;.-*'?; regular price, $M?
I'eriacopio ConVe-x tVbbles, $1.00 enn.
Distance and Beading -Hasses combiiied, solid
ni. kel franni*. !??. eta.; regular pru**', Sci'' .
Grenulne Skeleton Lye Glasses, lunt MW
with sark iios..pii-14-s, 29 cts.; regfilai price, 39
eta '. ._,
Oenllttts1 prescription* Ulled, aud opttc_l worn
promptly done, at lowest prices.
Reductions in the Easement.
A BfCCi-l lot of Hric-a-Hrac at a reduction ol
A lot of Cups and Saucers at 20 per cen!
Princess Lump Shades, $1.75.
l-l-incli Silk Lump Shades, all colon., $3.00. 1
For KheBfliatitt-i .ibu" kout
I'ertnln, Mile atti Boar dr wlieiher Arnie, i*sb.Aest*
or 1 bronte .__ is
Tbs esra exSilblt* its bmM eursordinary KS^-S
leBevmg in s feai .sys the Riifumatie pain* wuanj
nawsd sad a?ontie.f for vo-ir-. sold by tra0Psa>>9
will l.o ??-nt bv express i.ald to sny sddres, st ti. tu v?
bottle, or S7 SO !? r hulf(Joma.
CHARLES MCMI9, The Pharmacist,
Kirsl I'loee. eor. Curl-st.. BroeklT-. X. ?'
\V?*tilneton and 'Hilary St*., ilrooklrn .?_-*
I'lllVIX K BOWLES v i" ? . ???? ?,r0_f'i
l Kd iv In Knowle., Hal.iel ProhrsBB mid Al. Ilsyusin.i
To-morrow, HOBDAY, February 6.
Direct from their BnprecedcBlad run st the
(iis'.it specUieular prutlucilon of
IN THE W(H)t),
An old story told In a new way, with *
V_.ti.uil. snd sll the *
erlgUula ot produftiaa. ? r