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WESTCHESTER COUNTY. MOUNT VERNON. Professor A, v. Wnilana-Jaelwoa. pf C-Mumbla Coila*!". i? t,i sive tba first of ihi- cou!*** of .Sunday evening leeton* in ih.- L'nlveraallal Church, M i mi Vernon, on Sunday evcnini;. tni 'Tire- liilei- aa ai Kne-llsh Claaalc." The followlns Sunday ? lYofeasor Jscques W Redway, of Ihe Dwight School. M-,-111 lecture on "A Study in History. ' ? ? - Tha Hov. I ir. Charlea s. Robinson, of New-York, gave a lectur* to the young women atuuentrt ol the Mias-i Lockwood Seminary on Tuesday afternoon on "Tha Laat Seen* ol :-.-? Miserere. WHITE PLAINS. CONVICTED OF MANSLAUGHTER Julia Milln was >?< stem.iy convicted ol man* ?laughti-r at White Plaina for teing concerned in tha killing of William Fi-ebla in, ..t Cl il n >Dam, on Iieccmb.-r ZS, IBU A tom daya .ii,--, Frank I*.-|.*.--r who was a.so concerned In th" affair, waa I 'U-.-i guilty and wntenced to iift.-.-n yrars. The man waa killad In .i light. _ _ YONKER& Thc Westchester County Asaoclatlon, O. A. lt.. gave ? i-eceptlon last night at Tonkera to De-port ment-Commander Shotts, at the rooms of Hitching Post. (J. A. H.. In the Warburton Building. . The Dining Committee of th* Young Men'a Chiiatlan As ?odatlon in-1 laal nlghi and discussed plana for th. outdo.ir i\.eTK of lh* season. The Board ol Direc? tor* also held a Bpeclal meetlnt,- last ntRht to dle-a cubs thc plana for a new inil'dlm*. Th.- Woman a Auxiliary win meet this afternoon. . . . Arrange? ments art- about c>mpletc,l f..r tho Krister .lane- at tii<- I'ark lim Country club e.n Friday ev-enlng, and the committee expect* a large au-nJance of the members and th> lr friends NEW-JERSEY PASSAIC. LABORERS MOBBED AND STONKD. Some Italians nnd colored laborer* working on the Vassal- s.-e-'im of thc >Pateraon, Rutherford anl Janey City Blectnc Hallway, n pun of the Morrla sec system, wer* mobbed anel atoned yesterday afternoon. Two hundred unemploy?ei laborers drove them av.iv from their -vork. It sa.ms that Writflit * Ltndaley, tin- contractor*, promlaed :o empl.ey onlv Passaic laborers on the railroad In the city Ilrnh*. They lui a gang of a dosen man fnim Dranc*. whlcli they pul on to stan laying ihe tracks, Intending to have them Instruct the green nanda later. ? ? .IK RS ET CITY. Kniest Wotto, a i rofesHonal tw-odsinan arno lives In Hoboken, was arraigned before Judge Hudapeth yesterday la thc General Beaalona Court at Jersey City charged with obtaining money by false repre *entatton* William H. Henning, .,f Hoboken, was arrested on o charge >ef larceny His wife paid Wolfe 111 to procure a bondsman, but th.- man offer.-'l was rejected by th-- court and Henning was locked up Mrs limning then demanded the return ot her money. We.jfe gav* lier bach IS anil toi.i her he woui.i k.-|i ihe wart in order *., take th.- Judges nut and treat them, which process, h-- Mid, would ensure i.r*r husband a release, lt did not, howevei, and wh.n Mrs. Henning spoke to .luelg.* Hudspeth ? ?r. the suhjeci ha was exceedingly .inKir: hen. Wolfe's arrest. The case was continued until to-day. HACKENSACK. HS DIED PROM HICCOrOHS. Joseph Beera, forty-nine years old. employed in Fr.- iman's Hotel, Cherry Hill, was attacked with hlccoushs las: Friday and rallp-i in Hr. Knapp, of Haekensack. The eas- wis a severe one, thi hi ? coughing iee.ru' continuous, even when the patient wa* under the Influence e.f chloroform. Beers began to sink Wednesday evening, and died yeotei lay norning, m.-rn HOBOKEN. One hundred nnd tw-nty-flve caulkers employed at Lange A- TietJen'a drydock, Hoh.aken. struck yesterday for an advance of zit cents a day. They ha e been receiving J3. The strike was ordered b> the union. A police fearce was sent to the pict, bat there was no trouble. LONO ISLAM). HEMPSTEAD.?The large hotel at Point Lookout, about one mlle east of Long Beach, is being under? mined by the ocean. The beach in front of the hotel has already treen washed away. The building ls expected IO fall at any time. The hotel was built at a cost of HO.mXi. The piazza was washed away Saturday, and a storm from the oast may send tnt* structure Into the sea. Two cottages belonging to the hotel were carried to sea a year ago. AFFAIRS IN RROORLiN. OXVAl A HUNDRED TASK.** OF SMALLPOX Four new cases of smallpox were reported yester? day. There are 1J0 cases of the disease at the Kingston Avenue Hospital for Contagious Dlr-ea-sep. STATIC RAILROAD COMMISSION* MEETS. The S:ate Railroad Commlaalon met yesterday afb rr:.MW iti the City Ha!'.. C emmlssioner Rickard pr.*si'it*ej. Permissson was granted to the Broadway Ferry and Metropolitan Avenue Railroad Company to chang.* irs motive power to electricity. Th*appli? cation e,f tl:.- Brooklyn City Railroad Company to croea the tracks of the- i^ung Isla:-..! Railroad Com? pany at Fresh Pond wiih its i-iec-tric line to Bow? ery Hay H.-.K-h was conatdered, and tia- Commla si.m.'iN will gt tn FrmHB I*->ri* 1 to-day to 1 -? .k Into 1h? matter. A m<*etlng will ito held at the I'ham bt-r of I'liiinin-roe- In New-York to-morrow at s*30 a. m. to consider the Stale Railroad WU now be? fore the Legislature. GATHERED ABOUT Tine TOWN. Many women interesteel In mission work attended the twenty-second annual meetinK of thc Women's Home- und Foreign Missionary Society of the llrook? lyn Presbytery yesterday. In the Lafayette- Avenue Church, Mrs G. H. Pillsbury presided. Th" annual report was read hy Miss Helen M. Wells, curre apondlag secretary. Miss Annie O, Atkin presented the- treasurer's report. Addresses were made by Mrs. L. C. Davis nn "Home Missions," Mis. Well? ington White an "China." Miss Alice F. Hotchkln on "The Mountaineers," Mrs. L c. Hill on "Litera? ture for Our Missionaries," aad by Miss vyisherd anel Robert Speer. The Rev. Drs. Cujrler and Oreeg took part in the exerctsea The annual convention of tha Kings County We,men's Christian Temperance Futon was ended yesterday in tho Marcy Avenue Baptist Church. Th? annual report was read by Mrs. V, A. Lewis. The usc of narcotics was dibcouraged by Mrs. A. Tobias, who urged efforts to prevent boys from uSlng tobacco ano shopgirls from using morphine Injections. The following officers wen- re-elected: PrSSSdeat, Mrs. L. Vantlerhoef, vice-president, Mrs. J. Hraman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. V. A. Lewis; recording secretary, Mrs. L. C. Beach; treas? urer. Mrs. VV. J. Annable; represenfative-at-large. Miss tS. W. Greenwoo'l. Kdwln M. Cary has t,-en appointed organist of tba Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church, to suc? ceed A. J. Fowell, who has held the place for eleven years. Judge Brown overruled yesterday th<- demurrers to the Indictments funnel against four election In? spectors In the Ninth Wari The flag.* on the City Hall iv. r.- at half-mast yon terday in homer of the memory of Kossuth. Hugh M< Furlland. an Inspector of streets In the City Works Department, was dlsmtsse.] yesterday for his share in a squabble on Fleet inn Lay last fall. In which he assaulted Albert Anderson. The expert accountants who have gone over tho books of O. H. Houghton, bookke.-p.-r for the Montank Club, lind a shortage of ST.."'0">. Houghton has fled, and ihe members of the club havu been aaked to make good the shortage. UE "Elli.ET) Jilt BRADY WITH .4 r.l.lcE." Captain J. Mulligan, of th.- Monmoutli Beach Life efjavlag station. .s.*nt te. ti-..- Maritime- Exchange >? terday a bottle which ha hal f.mnel e,n the beach In the bottle was a piece of torn pap-r. Which lead aa follows: "i aaa g>>in to t.-:i about aral i doa and then drown mys-if i killed lim Brady with a brick 'en Htaten Island he peggeu a stun at ms fust i took h's m-a.h lt ls in my jiuck-t l hav bsd dre rn and cant get no pt-s.- p.eas.- tell Alace US K M | w ahl i was good enuff fe,r h.-r JAMES G RYAN "Hoping som* ten- win nnd." v.. U? Bast sixt.-rnth-st. is a bug* boarding house and lhere are two Kins Wh , work there named Alice, nut n-Wther ol them evei heard rn Jame-, Q. Ryan, ao they r i lt HAUY FOE Titi: UH EEBIMESrs RBCEPTlOS No affair of the Tth Regiment which has i?.,.? h-ld In y.-.irs kum stirred up M I;ui,.h |nt. ,.,,?, M the eel,--.,:.aun ws,i,.h w|:: take place at the arm .rv this evening, lt n rare, la Cad, that the regimen) hohis a reception tn the armory and thu th.- v,?,,,,. w..i-,e.n -rho hive friends or W-iaiiv. . |n ?? ree* n.-nt n.-.v,. a chance to dance with ti-..- w, ? r.-r*i th.- ki av uniforms ?.n "their native heath" The arrangements for th- ?ntertainmint were practically crtimpleUKl yesterday. Captain lamea I* Uw*o? ,r- . bee,, detailed officer oV th. \W I, ', li,"Lhw"' !;" 11""";ir"-; "am M. Nesbitt and Fred en. k h. ciMrk H!i om,.,.rs ?f tho ?uar,,1 a'-' , '* '' Oeneral Louis Fitzgerald will he the review ni om -:^rv.cAr,^1.,hv,* r"V"-W ,,", "***? nt honor for lo,?; service will Im* presented, and the military ..V.J., nTh\?Z"l bt T^1 w,,h a ^slmontTZWoeft Thia part af t)-e programme U expected to laat until about 1:11 o'clock, and tOOO tickets of ad- . mission have been Issued Aboul 4.000 additional : tickets have been laeued for the reception, however, | and the holders of these will !?<? admitted al th-.- I Lexlnirton-ave. entrai.after ? '???< o'cloi k. HOVE HEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THK HOTELS. ALBERMARLE Judge I ' '?'? '?? '- nm f the ? Set V -: C run ol Mi- il* BRUNSWICK O I ?? ? I Will i,t? '-....I Im . ? r Rh !? Islam! BL'CKINOH KU ,;.. ?K,. M ? ? . ? ? N 'r-i-Ka. EVERETT I . | . . . of Wllllama CoHege. FIFTH , AVEXI i: I.:'-:- ?::?'? mandel Ramil*] W. Very, ; United Platen Nan. uni Charles A. Plllabary, of Minne- j ORAND HOTEL Coi ri Ge mee I- Ar. Irewa, -tar.s Arm) HOLLAND Prealdenl H. B. I.-l- , Vil ; - ? ? ? Central Rall id i mpany, and , II : . : ? ? . ? ? ? D. C. Ml RRAT HILL .. ir- E Winchester Donald, H NORMANDIE Captain Charlea s. He ' iptaln li \ l.vl<\ .f Hie Ordnance Department. United *-,..!?? i . Army. PARE AVENUB-DavM A Wella of Norwich, j ? ? lt .M.!- Hil-" Kranklln 1'. Lo Se, ot Buffal -- "WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAT. i.ai.ii.ni i- a ault, before Justice Patterson. lin lia! mei Hi - RfUH i ?? .: aler*' meeting, Grand Opera Houaa Hall, fi p. in Seventh iti-ginn-nt celebration, Armory, I p m. Retail e .re] .Lal. rs. Coal I" X.* han pe-., ti j, m K*arsarKee conn martial, Navy Yard, Brooklyn. Municipal Oovernmenl meetliuj, No. "12 Weet Klfty fniirili-st . t p. m. rie... n ?booting match. Babylon, I. I. Tha Drawing Room annual reeeptl >n. Sherry's, s i".o p. m. , Curler*1 imnn.ai dinner, tho Columbia, tits p. m. forty-seventh Regiment snnirersary celebration, Ar mory, Brooklyn, I p. m. Company B, sth Rattail ai, "smoker," Armory, i p. m. Company I, Tlai Regiment, entertainment, Central Opera Hooae linn. B p m. Committee i.r Thirty RepuMl an enrolment, evening, Luther League convention, Zion Lulhetan Church, fl p. m Independem Ord>r B*aal tirith entertainment, Lexlng lOB Ae-r--Illt.li- It DIDI, f fe. Pl. Whipple' n Srni'-s before Noonday rraver Meeting, No, Ul l-'iili.-n-st. - ? ? NKW-YORK CITY. The nnnual reception and ball e.f the Joseph M. McGrade AssodatlOen, composed of tjnmtoyos of the Fire Department repair she>|is, will lee held at Lyric llnll on Monday evening, The twelfth convention of the Luther League of New-York City will be held at /hm Lutheran Church, No, 339 East Elghty-fourth-st., this evening. Mrs. Marguerite Moore will address the Manhat? tan Single Tas Club, No. 137 Bsat Twenty-slxth st., this evening, on "Woman Suffrage." Admission ls free. The- Women's I're-ss Club will piv-* an entertain? ment at No. '-?"? Eaal Tweenty-thlrd-at on Satur? day, at 3"30 i>. m. Th>- New-York Commandery of tbe Military Order of the Loyal Legion will have' a meeting and 'linni-r at Delmonko'a on Wednesday evening next, Al the dinner Archbishop Ireland, who was a chaplain In the civil War and is a ineiniier of the Minnesota Commandery, will read a paper on "The Duty and Value of Patriotism." The Hinkle tax men nnel women of the United States propose taking advantage of th.- dinner whl.-li the Manhattan Single Tax club is t.> (--iv.- at the Columbia Banquet Hall, on April IS, to pr.ni to the Fix Congressmen who voted for the- single tax In Congress on January M, I8M, ? memento or a memorial, the- exact character of which haa not yet bet n decided on. Bishop Potter will administer confirmation In All Saints' Church, H.-nry an'l Bcammel sta., this evening. Henry McCahlll, an Inspector of pavements In the eDepartment of >Publlc Works, was earreated yester? day under an Indictment found mi Monday, charg? ing him with criminally assaulting Mra, Lu y Mark, colored, of No BU Wesi Foriy-flfth-sL Mrs. Mark declares that th>- assault took piara three yrars >ag i in lier home. M. Cahill hael been arrested on the charge before, hut was discharged. Company I, 71<t Regiment, will five an enter'I -i ment and ball at Central Opera House, in i;.i-t Sixty-s.-venth-st.. this evening. The members of Company H. Mh Battalion, will enjoy themselves at a "smoker" tills evening. Miss Zilpha li. Smith, of tho United charities Organisation of Boston, gave bu Interesting lecture In the assembly room of th<? Charities Building, at Twenty-fourth st. and Fourth-ave., yesterday af ter noon, mi "Friendly Visiting." Sh.- described the tn.-thod pursued in Booton by th?- eocietiee in reaeh lnu the families of the poor, In itivini; all where- lt was needed und working reformation when it wai possible. The Tennessee c,,al. Iron ar.'l Railroad Company ?rives noti.-e- that the iir>t and second mortgage bonds of the Tennessee coal ar,<i Railroad I'e.m je.u.y maturing April li will be paid al maturity at the ofllce e.f the Central Trust Company, New Tork, and that after April 1 holders desiring to receive cash for .heir bonds, with interest t.. date of surrender, can obtain payment by presenting tb.- be,inls at the same ofllce. Interc i will cease on these bonds at maturity. Th* auction sale of boxi - and seats f..r the Har? lem Charity Ball, which will b- held on April ll al tbe Harie-m i ipera lb,us.- Hall, will take place at the Hall this evening, beginning at I o'cloi k. An Kast.-r market will be held f'.r the "Little Moth.-r-' iinprev Days" in the Manhattan Athletic club Building, Madison-ave. and Forty-flfth-aL, fruin i" a. m. t-1 hi p. iii. to-day and to-morrow, The Political Bclenre Club, Sn. ::i Union Sq lara, will have- it- next dinner and meeting al Hr.- Hotel Savoy on Friday evening, April C The subject for discussion at the meeting will be: "Sh-.nil the Tariff Question Be Taken Out of Politics?" The "1st Regiment will movie into its handsome new armory, at Park-ave, and Thlrty-fourth-st., on Saturday, lt will be escorted by the Ttl, Regiment and other organisations will j',m in Ihe parade The lin.- of march will be from. One-hundred-and-scv enth-st, and Lexlngton-ave. i.? Flfth-ave., to Thlrty-fourth-st., to Park-ave The column will move at .: p. rn. ar.el r> :o li the new armory about 4-30 o'clock. Clement A. Gris, tim, the president of the Inter? national Navigation Company, was a pa engeryes terday nn the American Line steamer New-York, foi Boothampti n. Mrs. Elisaheth Llndahl, of No. 311 East rifty slxth-st, who is on.- of those under arrest for mal? practice, was h.*iei in the forkvttle Police Court yesterday in HO.000 ball, i".lin Laughlin, of No. m w.-st I'lfty-thlrl-st., waived examination and was heb! on th.- same charge In ll.HW bail. Edward L Yerkes, the- wealthy iron manufacturer of Philadelphia, who entered the- alcoholic ward of Bellevue Hospital on Monday to be treated f-er alcoholism, was reported t.. ba bettei yesterday, and will be discharged from the hospital to-day, He told the doctors thal after be left the hospital he would never drink again. Lill' -man Ml- bael Barrett, of the Last Twenty second-st. station, walk.-! Into tin- Bureau "f Contagious Diseases yesterday, suffering from smallpox, ii" ?.is removed te. the Receptton Hi s pitai. Inspectors were s-e-nt to vaccinate all th. IiolU-emeri In the station. A. M. GREAN CHARGES CONSPIRACY. HIS ACTION AOAINST PERSONA SAID TO BB eSTOCkUIOLbBlM IN THB I'li'.M ol' i: \' m ?: i: g ie, Ali maadi r M. Grean, a fashionable tailor anel fur? nisher, ol No. BA l-'ilth-ave . living at 116 Ka.st Fifty-seven th-st., appen. .1 in the Tor killie Court yesterday afternoon tn pres* a charge ? .i conspiracy -against Cb.nbs ii Tew, .ef No. 53 West Ninety-third-*! , John M. dorman, un attor? ney, .,1 No. Wt S:.it.-:-: . Hroeikhn. and Frank .1. Woodward and John Ade. The case waa -? -i down fen Api .1 .: Greun's affldavil s. t f.eith in substance thal e.n Mutch ll. 1894, the defendant KX.Iward railed on l..rii al No. '..ii Flfth-ave. He sail he u.is a rich Southerner, and offered to go into business arith lum. Wood wa ni madi arrangement* io meet Grean iii the Urand l'nlon Hotel Al thal time Grean was Introduci 1 to Gorman under tbe name of Wright, '?" i:-" in '', 12. The trio arranged malters, and Grean disclosed to Woodward and Gorman all In? formation ..I value relating lo li . ... and .sb..w.- : thi rn ii.vaia.il.|. di I [gn No sooner had the men become po esae-J of nil iii.-. Information ii.an Charleii h. \\ w and lohn Ade, stockholder* ..f th* Brm of Exlner A Co Grean a competitors In business, in whose emp i he u.i> up till .binnari- l. issi, entered the room md l?>cked the door behind Ihem. Then Woodwanl and Gorman declared themselves to lie detectives and "-"'I lhai Grean irhould consider hlmaeii under ar? rest. Few aald "Mr. Hr. .m. 1 hav.- had detectives following y?u for two weeks I hav.- proof enough lhat you stole my propert) lo land you In Sing Ring, ano. unless you promise to discontinue venn- action agalnut ballier & Co., we will hold you/' r.'i-y alan. ..t thal time, dedared Mr. Orran by force and rr..ul derived him ..f valuable napers. i-r.,ni another source li was learned thal after ,'!?"?',",,'" I'"" \'\'i':">' of Exlner * Co., the tlrm ai? le* i thal he eiid all h- could io Injure Um arm'a business, an.l that th- relationa between the parties have teen atratned for a long time. What the gull referred io m th* ujiid-ivit la could not t* learned HE WAS A TA LENTED LA WY Eli. INTERESTING HI.BTORT OF THE MAN' WHO SAID HE was BENATOR HOAR HIS REAL, NAME OBOROB W. BORU CALLED TO Tills CITT TO ATTEND ills DYINO 'Vi'-'i-: IIER CAREER AH A WRITER KEPARATED I OR MANV TEAR* FROM II li: BI'S BAND ON ACfOCNT OF His DRINKING I IA I-l's. |- ll iring s clew which a bu Ine - tuan of thia .., re bi Thi Tribune yesterday, a rep irte? I ?? si th.- i.ii;, whlti I ain i in I white be irdi d m an wh ? appila I for aid al the bo i ? of John i. ? :. ti..- Aqueduct Commissioner, on Sunday, anl was afterward registered at the Bt Denla Ho t.-: as George F Hoar, the Benator fr..tn Massachu? setts, iv.is George W, lberr. a well-known lawyer He ha i been called lo thi Io look after hla dying wife, a woman with a rn an whal remarkable history, from whom he had been :-;.,? ii. i for many years. The couple were mar rh : .n this Ity over thirty years ? ? ? \in. Hon previous to her marriage was >Mlss c.rac- Boyle, th daughter of a physician, 'hen living in Bcotland Sb- waa >born In England After her mari ia:;.- Mrs. Horr wrote 1.ma ;Ui.| sh..ri ("torlea for pertodlcala under the name of c,r,if- I-??!'-. When they mov^ed to Athol, Mass., where n in eaUblU.1 bimi if In the pr... I ... ,.f |aw, m.. fondness for liquor was said to have caused disagreement* and about nineteen years ago they agreed to live ai.ar: arlthoul tbe formality of a divorce. Mr-' ll rr came to this dty and devoted ber time to writing songs and stories under the name of Ora.ce I" Verity. The moe! i*.puiar ..f her >songs was "Brinn the Baby In." Her husband wrote lo lier at Intervals snd sent her money, MRU, HORR'I .gCCBNTRICITlES. About seventeen years air., Mrs. Horr ie,-ame a regular t-oardi r with Mrs, Roi be, who ??? lng \e-t.rl.iy from the house No. -'17 Kid Thir? teenth's! Mrs. Roche said yesterday thal Mi llurr w.is e. .-. ntrle when she ilrst became her boarder Ai time wen! on her peculiarities l-ecame m. r.- pronounced, and lately she waa believed t" be in* ine. Bhe had not wen her husband since leav? ing hlahome In Athol. For years she hsd attended St. Mark's Protestant Episcopal Church, nnd shortly ?before Christmas her helpless condition was broughl t., ii,,- attention of the Rev. Dr. Kyi "????. tb< re tor "f Ca- church. He consulted a lawyer li city, who wrote to Mr. Horr, requei Ung li - c. me and look alter lils wife, who bad paralysis. yt, ||nn ? ie t.. ihe boardli Thli b enth-si . snd on Fi bruary ZO wot t i'd thal n wif.. would hav. to lie m .vd from ihe boardlng ,,,..,. ll., engaged i r -ii f-.r her I" a house In | l-'.a-: Twelfth ' and t-'k her th.-r.- ie. f.r. he re? lumed t.. Athol He left a supply of mone> ilso i en Prl lay March IS, an urgent ' to him, Informing I Im thal his wife wu not ea , ,., , .,, ??: ire lh im i few hours. Iii u l the 1 Twelfth -i >n the evening I tl ? mme da* and lei me i tn I- di eply l tl rater part of I away from tb.* house, drinking liquor fri HI irife Heil nn Monda) afternoon when '???? wa liquor at ire In Thlnl- ive. TH:: UNDERTAKER'! WORT. Mr. Horr was tl i that he di 1 t. t ai pear abb- to I ilk - oner He gave tl '""r ln , ? -r en, waa ? en! Thc un I- i Uki r. ? Ihe b -1" of Mrs. Horr to ' f ir burl ri. said thal Mr. Horr wan I th b, it known criminal las ? -.-tts. nnd was ? f. r wi-i-ka On om wi hi had Ih ? n ? lrir.ki- g. he I ? ' ai na -.i i'n his head ai ? live mid '. - ? ri ? ivi :> was rei si Iel a ? little rt of Mr- ii rr - ot no money when he was taken I St. Denis ll ? ? Mi er. and ? . was i uppo ml lo be a il money a -.? n I ? ? ... ? ? ? ? , . | ? . i-t lay, li.' the people fr un Mr M-.rr In several days, The) laid i still wai t thi J. T. tl \GEl LS BETTI H. CONDITION "I" THK MAN Bl .-I 1 '"ri '? "' Ml RDER IN THE i ti.1.1.ii ' a-i: DE-TE< ,- i- WORK INO IN l ll ii NA IAU CHAMBERS The condition of Joseph T Magee, under suspi? cion <.f having hot M rtha J Fuller, i Impi iveil He has been from malai .li -f bis confinement In the Tombs, It ls i i Uki his Illness w lil a sumi ma levi The only vi tor i ? I bj him ?? ?? lenl . wa of his . emu . i, | ir. \\ lilian) J ? I who rilke-1 v. Uh him for a Ililli derstood t hu t Magee ls anxious lo make a sta! ? 1 '.-I- Uv. S-n- ar,I- Tl! Il ar I Mi-I'l parn. I bv frank K. Toa le, Ihe I'll Norman L. Coe, a -, I -i. ??: No ? *i Hm Hi way. \i -ite : Mr. M-.; i 'ha mi.- ' ?? ? ?? r daj Mt T >vt I m.ms e.f ? | ..in from severs! points, a lille Mi i' ?? took several (lani gTaph I of the Keene lt ls understood that the foi the pro ? r ition will tie fully i ? day ur.-I that ibu Inqui I will a ..:-.!. . j - n un lhat day, COL. HEI CR I SRI HO I. Aslxi n nm xor TO. THAT is THE REASON, "ATS OB PAX1 >S Win lil; l All.i.i ? TO I:ia "iii' : llb ll m: : . lil'SIM: Iii: DIDN'T KNOW Till". I.AV At the in-:n i- e.r the Health Board ye teni iy s letter was r< ad from the lb \. i ?r. John lt. I relative lo bis failure t" record tt,.- marriage of Colonel lirecklnrltlge and Mra Wing within Ihe i me i imi I I ?? law. Th hat he had to ra Allegheny, Fenn., No, 172 Ridge Mar I, _-. Tn ev ?? fi ? no! ri p..nu:: the n ? Colonel w C v lin ? . i ml Mra I... i ?? ll S \\ lng I i ive lo ay that I nm Igm ? baw r. to report mai rlagi ? t.. youi t-.,.,:-1 ol lb- iii ii will en '?! limit, d time, i-i. .ni lix after the ce i . ? i i,.. nu ,,i i New ' eel I, clergyman :??.-? i ii I years agu that b- i p'H- I rn ur; ?????? at bi ? onvenli-ii. -? within months rn til. year In whlrh p.rb.rn.. 1 I plead my Ignorai ? ?- e.: thi las I did um ir now thal i wa bound t.. r. ? ? rr marriages within three mi ? il or thal your Honorable Hoard of Health could iine me for failure to do so. In my Ignoran.111,1 law I gave a pr. nu ?? to Colonel Rrei-klnrldge and Mm Wing nol P. repori flo- marriage for three month Then 1 was talon ill. and the Pollard scandal wai noised abroad, and Colonel Brecklnrldge and hla wife were publicly mirri.-.I In Kentucky, I gi the N.-w v..ri; marriage, and they sim i?.......i ,,,,. ne.t t.. divulge lt, and I ans ill. and ? ?,, i .,.,-.,. \.eiir grace, and have the in.nen t.. I,, with ,.,,-.| esteem, yours sincerely, JOHN i: PAXTON Tin- Commissioners were not satisfied with Dr. Paxton'a explanation, rn. 1 referred the matter b i ;< lo their attorney, Henry Btelnert, Mr, Steiner! linn he Intended to begin suit against iir Paxton in once for violation of Rec!lon ??? ?". nf the Ww V-.rk Consolidation act He will bring lit In the Seventh District Civil Co ir! ? dav. and h i I tl - nona an I c implalnl until Dr Paxton retui n - i . the city Th- Health Commissioners recommended a bin which will be Introduced In tb- legislature hy Senator Wolf, making If a mlsdemeai n punishable by lin- and Imprisonment f.r falling tu repori a marriage within the required lime nine OF.it ax n nut sn ar race a rr. Ki Ight'a line ". lavo .dillon of >Bhakespeare, ron t.'iiniiiK a large number of fine esngravlnga, broughl Ihe hlgl ? il price ar rh- Me of Bhaki ,.. arlai 1 lerdaj al the rooina of >Bangs it- Co., No. 739 Broad way. Th.-r.- was a fair attendance, bul the bidding was neet brisk, and II'', waa the highes! price offered for the edition named. The Mm 11. m.linne- iii lion. Illustrated by Kenny Meadows, and .-..11111111 lng the memoirs and e ia) b] "Ilarrj Cornwall" was sold for t'i::.. .mei a m"! 0f .seven m..- engrav? ings by Heath .*. Mit. hi il sold foi ?... TO Ul OROAXIZI TUC ???ill BF.tllRF.XT Tha (list practical ? ? p toward making the erith Battalion a regiment again waa t.k.n ?.. tei lay t a h< n the iiiu:- ter rolls ..f a new company were ? ? ni Ito Brigade Headquarters Bevent) men of Ihe new company have paaaed the surgeon's examination, and there are thirty-five more who bave >*dgned ap? plications for eadmiaalon to itu- compan) who have met been examined, "Scarcely any of Ihe men ac from H.- old companlea, but the new unll for the iiiime- regimen! wan formed by Lieutenant O'Brien who wa ib i-r-i-ib m. nant nf Compan) l-l when lt was .ii. ,,.m.ii 1] General Fltsgi-rald look with favor >.-i ib- n-w company, and said yesterday timi he would approve the muster neils and 11 1. 1 ib-m forward tu Aldan) i; is bellevi I thal ll this 1. done the Oovernor uiii order the rompany mustered In. lieutenant Spellman is also forming a company, an 1 he expei ? to have enough men tee warrant s.-inliiiK the muster-rolls forward witiiui two \n-e-ks at th' latest Anniunrrnxinta E. & W Waubunk. E. <t \v. a asa 1 eil jr. pHILUPg* i,ie;i:sTi!ii,K >COCOA I* a valuable Mlfaslllala fra- leg .ir c.ifr.-. . it n -irliheej. Thuy only sttamlata A wpertor drink f..r lavaltda IlKNHV A. I'anif.I/S. M. D., '.IO WERT HUTU-MT. Ii|****?i ot th* Mervow Byitem. O*nlto-L"rln?r7 Orama, Impottncy snd sterility. Hour*. 8 to 1, I to a, HE REVISED A BONUS. WORK ON JOHN JACOB ASTOR'S NBW eSTABLE BEGUN. PROTEgrg AND OF^ ^EEDED-AMERnONI THAT THB BUILDING ?,l.l, DEPIUBCUTal \ m;-i:s OF ADJACENT PBOPERTT. Th,- - a-ini--: corner of Mndlax.0^.-Jd ??ty nei r been bulli upon. ?*?'<" h."? twenty-nv. fo - front on M?dtaM-??? ??*"? '?* ,00 fee, weK on Slxty-flftb-t. A little-mowtthan^ icanl -? was purchaaed bl John )lZb A. . -i the rumor soon became curreiR " ... he pi-..p.,-.'l erectlni ? ?Uble there. Imme. i --i's ?: ..rii,-i l nanda the Synagogue of he ^SevStlon B'nal Jeshurua tb- m.? ? JJ* ., Mr A? , r , ..ban!.',, tl- P-m o bu.. 1 ltab? ,,xr to their house of aroranlp .but, falling to receive any sall ractlon from Mr. Aator ,,..v offer, i to purchase the plol of ^ound, for nt,,,-!, 151.000 bal been paid, bul the pr:-- asked rs. was beyond their means, and the purchase p,an had to b. abend., I th. a the neighbors bad the following in- mortal drawn: ??March H. MM ??To Mr. .b'hn Jacob Astor. No. tl* l-v.h-ty- . ?The undersigned, residents.oftoe nejghbi of M i I * 1'i-iv- and H Xt)-flfth-?t- ha\-- ie uni J S-V, the b-.-i wm mit it "? >?"?'? r'".".;rl,!,;,M.l '. ?-,-t ii m Lbi- ..ii the i.t of ground r.nely, ac ,-r-e-t a r-t il.,- .'li me . u ". li"*'. -,,??. , . ,, i i.i you on the nouthwi ?? cornel of Madl? en ive and Slxty-nfth ti We have purchaaed our ii.m-.s In this nelghlwrt.1 al a large cost ana have ...ad- our homey here '?'' ' VVk.-'v ,, b' was pur li residential, an i -.niel Ilk-,-, to oe undisturbed by any dlaagreeable fi-nun-s ro erect ., Mable In the hean ol ibis nclgnborhood w ll not only render our homes uncomfortab e, but irtB InovltaWy. ?re think. Breatl> depreciate 'Jw J*?! ,,, our nre,?ert) property which t.. r-.uiii* e.r ss represents a ??ir,- p-r' of our means. \\.. cannol think thal you wou.d willingly in i,,,-,. un ,,nl. Itt*, win-; i .nr reputation I >r falr ',,,. ?.- venture to ask whether some arrange ,?,.,: ,.,??,,, i?. made whereby your detennlnatlon in this mattel m iy b,> chanffed. ?w,. -h.ni I be glad lo bas- ".-on esend an snawer ? , || i, immunlcatlon to Mr. Frank Uunr'ik, NO. Six!) :.':' ? m I'lin,. i. Mis .' c., Hl.-.-k. Mra H. Blum M . \:.ui T Chisholm, Dr. V\*. s Frallck, Charles j, c.mi,, im. John Kcntl Browning, Thomas Vv Wood Thi "doro M Barnes, A. Dougherty, Charles s. m. J,.,ir. r T '' Lyman. B. H Middleton, Mm. Titus ll Melgs, Mrs. C. A. limn-en. Pr. II. VV Mi- D ll T>.. -v. Iir H. Sachs.' \ lotter was -?:.. I" Mr. Astor saying that a numil.f th- signer-' woul I be pleas rd I ? call on .. ni . le t-e the I ni flee . jmtnitti ?? rte n offered Mr. I . ... if hi would nari n il tu ,-r.. i ., Mable or un) other nuln?nci -.n the le-, to letrlmenl of their proper!) "This offer wa? illy refu Dd Mi Boss ik \ '., Cairn, r waa ????..' (tl N" -?' W esl Tiarri, tli-xl '.'- " have never til ??.le I tiing au Inti rt lew with Mr \ I i ir has ? ? ? oui . imm mic itlonn " As lo the siahlf's effei-t on l ' prop? erly, Mi I"..lm- : -aid "Il ls rath, r a h iMshlp for .i man who h ? ked h .rd . ir whal he i is lei?I ..ff the value >r ? ii ??-. and ? lr ir i.\ a ma ible t i hu) up .ii, lb. sff< - i i r ; r r . ind never f ? 1 lt." _.. rn MA LIM: INTELLIGENCE MINI tTt'BE ALMANAC ? . 21 M ?' ? i rn 1MB n's sc* 33 IMOII v. VI ER TO DAT. \ M ? '? ii " ""? ? Island 1 2'' Hell fist* 3 22 ii i 1:41 0 : : .r I 1 '??* li- il Oate 3 M ISCOillNO .? Ti A MERS. I" DAT. 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' ' 1 1 "I I, III I 'eel |, ,?! 1 I ??! a ?? 1 INI ; ?-, . ;....., . :: e?i,, .,, . .: ea, ,, m . il UUp III suirpisc. sins. I-i.iiT e.r \r.\v ?,.,].i, v.iii N'KSDAT, MARCH SH IS*4 M: l: l ?Rn i-i' ?r T ? .e. im i Deeemher *? h ?? Sb.ini.-ll.il 23 Am % 2*, -'. I- >i i s.i-1 Mai ii - '?''?' ii.ai 12 - ni, nieJ?? i ? i in ti, I..: - .\ ?? e. I I. .lu ?.. ll | ? -??. .ii iUrl ' ? m.,' I- IO. with m?l ? 12 i illili, . i I 30 ile ia - , .,. ??.?!. i . Auattn St i t - . ? -. , tn lin e M.ii , il' ii. M ,1-ri-i.;, ?? . Mar -li 7. i *? ? 'ii ? ??: \: i .i pira I-. m ile iras 14, I'-'- 'i Ul. i . a- ? IT -.le'ii m l .- 13 . iLin nn I 243 ttot ?? : ni fra li ll ? .,. . . A I: in ri Ami. I ? ? ? n. ? !? wi " Vi ri i ii- Mar. h IS, Tuipam 14 ? .? Ill la ,:,,*- . 21 ii ,? una 24 I* Uh in * hi I M |, . i, -,,-.a- tu .Lim.-, li Wul i .. ? ? \i ll ? ! . lee -el , in ll ? ? i inn . with nr !???? to ei lh* Hal .,' v :iu ii rn ?!-''?!!.?! Itl*l 'iel.--' M. will, ni.U.. ,,n '. (,., ..rn I.- rn to I* II Mill' A ?? ??I- N-weei:.,, i . ?? , N'rw-Orleana, -us t ? li md** Ki Ml , Kli-iinwr I'll) nf lan Xiii. ni. Rltk, I", riinii.tln i mil i I'lrl mill ind - nnd |.. -? iiu--is ie. c ii Ball ? ? I ini-r s- niiri..I-. Dilrliester, Jtit-k*onvlll? nn.l rharle-j ' . e. . I..-. ? i.i W I" e-li'l- .<? ? Kieiim.-i ?' i.... ? . i. iiin-.-ii WI I tn I ns tun, N (', ?,'!-. mdse t- W V lly.li. A I'n ?? ? " ' I I'll fl' iml la I. ran, W.-t Mni, willi, i H.! I) ? Ht*am*hlp i'n l'e nnlnglun, ItilladHphla, mill m-L*.t tn \\ I- i-lnl a i ,. ?ess M.- -i i i: i.::i. Philadelphia, for Provldeaee. Wilp l"iiiei.1 '.' ia.I -r. S s, IvkIk* 1'iifil.irk iii! i il la ? ? ? i I Whim*; m Cu ItarS Winnifred i i Wind -. S Hi, Holmes, Bl J??.. a '.el-. I l-l I '? I.ev ai- Hri-akW.-lll-l M-llh -UK.ir Iel e; \IM. Milli - A II-'tiela..n Hand) Bnoh March 2S, p iii p m. Wind aoulh, m ?1 ? rale; rleai ? ii: VRKD Bl* -"? '.' ; na li Wilhelm (tieri Ahreaa Naples I'.-Irl' les x i-., si,.,,,,.. .ii..?n.|,| ,i:,, S.wellrk Mull liinr Se-. p..t,.r \". i lah! A ;'? ina ;'. .m. i nu nf v. . im in, i i.ii-1 Bavans and Ma . >ni< ? i; w , I A .-,, ?'?""??" Wysn ... Itlaki-man, Norfolk snd Rlrhmoml - ? ?I i I kiinlnlon si. :im*hl|i ? '?? ?ii l.l//:- lleni|<-rsnn, Willela, I'hlladelphls John i' Ul.' trilsmll a ilin, Walker, hogti i Csrdes is u i i e'i,,,11.?- w i. Mun . n - ' '??''?" h 'Tin ?? lin i. Illaa-a, Klnasion, Havaallla, r : '? n i i >td iN ri, Rnsinuiwen, Rara rn > abs .-. .-., ?"'' "'. M .m.,ie m, lining fortlan I, M. ll nullo Ball 11*1.1 . I- mi- ll illlmnr* II.-I un ?lum ili-a (Non i . ni!.,, ,. e',,1,,, ii ii,, si. ni ,-r s, ! li ? ... rn : , H i ,i.i..,,i. rartenaa CuSm rilera- VV ll Hurl HN-iiiner lil Dorado, Pen Kew-Orteam .'..im T Tan Auguau vii ii . i.i- .. Rarenda Kambarc, via Kouthampinn lt J i'i ru. Hhlp HiiM|ui>hsnna. Hewall, ll na Kons I- H |.-arl?.rn. ?.,.? '?'?"" ll,n'>. rrapeal, Ptilladi-lphla Punch. Edya I .' *n "?' ,l:"' tloAeml.?, P.-rriaiiibn, , Uutrhlngs s i.11.1?!.. , ''' '"" * -" '? ? fli '? ' ' i- " .a Prim - Ba-rsnllli . t. ? -Mn-'n- I-, um,.,,,, ?i.,, x.?,,, .,.; :;?;, ;';:-,,*,; I")- ia; VVyanok.*, Vifn ,?,, ,:,,,,? ?., , ,... ... u,,,,. li , ,, 'V'",'. ?'"' M'""-' ? ."Moria Hire), i.,....,,.i. N.'w V I J.' .'-5' *"?""T Tm.?bel .Hr.. i:.,,??.l.,, .**? ii Tttrk. H..iilli:imp|..n bin. .m.- (Rn in.,,.| na.ie? ,i. ,. i,,,i ?. iii,,,,,,,,, New-Orleans; IlluenVlda: >Sbtp su*,,u,.iianfia. Hewall, roe Hong IConc. N'J'lbli TO MAKIN-lips I' les 1 lait'i Miciu. N'-'iie* ii Kii-n that, , ri ,., aboul Aesrtl m is'n iha 'ire'.'"^,'^.'."',,1,,',""^""! i::zrTir.;?'/.v'-.-n,, ?'.: :;',,::;:.!,:'-,u:::;-::! v vv ., vV'li v-' '?'"\^''[Zr. wm ,"""n'' fr '" WNW ult ..cor w,? c^l^ki;^.a.Y1;,Jn;r^:";:,'^^g;^ POWDER Absolutely Pure. A rr?.am ef tartar l.aklnK |..'-*'!'r. Blfb-SSt of nil In I -a-.-mns Strength. ImtOtt Cttitfd StOtOt ti:vtrn,?entit.o,l Iteport. ROYAL BAKING POWDER MX IM WALL Rt.. K. T. i,,Ki ur* naaaetle, siv*n approxlmutrly. and from s*a "55? ,,.,..r of th* I.tshthoua* tAtmHL ^ QRRF.R Raar-Admlml, V. B. Navy, Chairman. VV(-.*!itnstnn. P iv. Mar.-h 'il. ISM. THI MOVI'.MKNTH ?)/?" STEAMKKS. eFORBION PORTS. Sienm*r Spr"*> (Off), VTIIllgtrod, N<-w-Ye>rk. arrlv*el at Southampton! March ts, and proce-eded f'.r Hr.*iri.-n. .-.-...inie-r Trine h'.ti. Sander. fi"m Bremen fer *\?w V.'.rk. nniif-1 freim Bi.uthami t.eti March tS. S'.-.iui'-r Haveenne (Br), Vmynt. from .**.<*-v-"i ork Marrh ll arrived at I.lv*r|K.eM Mar. li 21. S'.-am-r Bltwrian iBr), Vmttt, fros* New-Toill March 5. arrtwd al BlaagOW March 2*. _.. ,. ,?. St.-mer i:ilii.,ina (Br), Wilsen, from New-lork March if arrived al Olasgow Msreli *!H. _ si.-.im-r Hpaarndam ii mich.. n.*-ij?r. from Nesr-Tora Miinh IT for h..uer.lum, passed Brawls 1'olnt Mnr<-h .1 ' Kteamer ll-liin' (Dutch). Hreini-r.frurn New-Tork Maren lu nrriie..| at Amsterdam March 2.">. Ste-imcr Win. In st.r iltri. Milburn. fr.em New-Wk Mar li ". arrl\e.| al RiH*rdatn Msreh 33, St- .-irii.-r Dubbsldsm (Date-in l'..|)?i. from .Ncw-*iork March 13, iirrivil at Rnin-r.l.-im March 2S. Utesmer Veenllam il>ute-hi. Vanderaes, sailed from R nei lam f.ir New-York Mundi 2S. Ht eu mer Merni la u'..-ii. IVInckter, from Hamburg for N.e-.i-Y.rk. evill*.l from Havre March i."* S'e.eine-r Rreeonshlre mr), sailed from Palermo for N"?w Y-rk Mare-h 2i ^te-.im.r p....a**ct (Hr). lilith*. eail?*.l fr..m Catania for New-Tork Mar. ii ita, _ Misri:i.i..vNK'ot"s. Tlie Ilrlfl*h *te?ani?-r Rlberisn, Captain I'.ark. fmm New Tork, Mareil IB, for Qlaatow, arrived TACO. Sh* r*port* having lustalned win., da maa* thr >uj?li reen-iln* Intea ml ii*iten with the liverpool kteamer f"*i. near H.wiiim;. tu* ri' - l.-v - Wi :?? Move. I'min'flijis anil Parasols* WY have placed on Salo, loo 24 Inch Pure silk Merge School I nibn-lliis, Black, Blue and Brown, nilli selected Handles, at $2.9-5 I'MI'll One line of 24 iniil Red Silk I'm* l)i-4'll;ts, willi brenden Handles,al ."f.'i.Ci.^ I'Mi'li; ?peciall) good raine. 200 Black Carriage Parasols, Hne<1 willi Sfarcellne silk,at $1.50, $2.2fi anti $3.00 each. One line pf 28 Inch Gentlemen's Inion Silk I nilirollas, Paragon Frame, English Natural Handles, at $2.75 oath. .1 A M E S M c V R E E R V & CO., Broadway and nth st. Thc Sooner You Buy That Spring Overcoat tlie less it will cost you ! Ami we'll prove it: Suppose you wait a month, pay Si-;., and ; wear only (>o days: Cost per day 25 cents. Buy now, same price, wear 90 days.' cost per day io# cts. A clear gain of }} | - per cent., be? sides the comfort and satisfaction ot' wearinga coat when a coat is needed. I. ?-.', 1 li T'n it*;. ll fl Pl Short Covert Coats, #<,rtfi/*^ Padd e.k Coats. I Hiv At\ Co ( \ I he same rule applies to every article for your spring ward? robe, Clothes, Furnishings, Hats. 9 Stores '"""' * ':''''wav' ?'""x <h l!"1",''sS; t- x i': B'wa* corner Canal st. H. C. I Koch orren to-day im I. AIM kv &Co. CLOAK & SUIT DBPAttTMBKT, RBCOND rt.ooR. IM TAILOR-MADE JACKETS K.M.I.ISM TW t'O.KIlT ll.OTU. not ni,K-nni-:ASTi:n ami i "iiiiiKLi.t uti k, 6.98 ltK<.I LAU niOM 91 LOO. 125TH ST., WEST. Tribune J t Text Book **For 1804.-* BKST oi- rut: Allin 1,i:s or itoswr.i.i, <j. noun ritoM Tin-: \vi:i;kly Titi nt m:. I Thia I* 11 areli printed pnmphiet ?r ms pom-*, i.rli-i- -J.-, ,?,.,,(, ? ,.?,,,-. lt la purfti-u lari* nip,,,,,. |H Kinum-iui mntrntmrn. ami hus ?*?l>l.liiil?or> oumuitmtrm on ? S*.>l.t m?| Silver "? "???*?*..Hie Hani* ft l:nKlunil." th..1 -l ii!t,-,| ifat?a lliinU,,' ??< ..iillnrnlal M.iiii-,." ' Winn a ? l^?rli.? ll...,*o I*.'- ?>|?,|mi, On?*r ?".ll of ll,o S?.?U l".?,l,?n?,..'- ..r,?,r...i..r?,r ?.<>lrt l-nllum.'" iirlult, ?f ih,- Shormtiii |,n,T," ">??l..n.U ll??u \??,.w..,a|,op. m.,,,^,.1 ?tal* IlimUm \ *.miIhim Lion," ??(1 nunicr oo? oilier Hiiiin.-lul luploa. ''?..re la ii .iilrn*,-,! auminnry of lb<* "HKln of |h? Morrill Turin. Ihr roiln.-llo,, V.JTm* tlXr"t hy ??',, ?*.'P"?.H nn?, ...ul th,. I .riff ?KUH?on ,n ,??UKrrm*. K-i.ru.t- ure Blve,, fPonl nofn,,Ip rrtnarlln ,? t|||. unmmmi MIsT"?. *? thm Wl'"?n bl"' ?"*? WltaW ??si ia iissami i? a ,lum|IM, ?f llrl|olei, I-.?-" ,l;,v"m'nt' ** throws liKhi .... |'he I Issnea of 181U. 25 Cents a Copy. 1 THE TRIBUNE. O'NEILL'S 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St, Are Showing in their TRIMMED MILLINERY PARLORS \ handsome assortment of Round Hats, I'oque.s and Fk-nncts, Imported and ol their own make; Displaying every New Shape, Color and Combination. Popular Prices. Latest Novelties IN IMPORTED and DOMESTIC PARASOLS. 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