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NEWS FROM THE SUBURBS.
U ESTC'IlESTER CO UNTY.
YONKERS.
George Co!r.?. of Bronxvtlle, wai Irli I in Ihe
Court of Special Session! on comp'.alnt of th" Ameri?
can Burt ty Company, of Sear-York, chant- 1 by
lnspec:or B. ll. Munr ????*- ' ; " >prls! r;l- '
ri mlumi c il
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.... ny the
fim:un: taken. . . The K.nir'.-. Son* and
ters unirc 1 In an ? nt. ri ? !fi-;
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lng ? f th ? b it! Ung ol
.* L'nl :. " - crowd, an J ,a good
sam wai realised. ... T ' rlnthlan
Tacht Club :** making i g ;
nual rt
foi nea
?' Of ih"
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on the qu
North Broa Iwaj north of Do
f Dock-st. ... Be*
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v, -? i ? of the
New-Tork Voung
Men - a .-... iry ol lurch gav.
the pariah h ??..- I iii Tl ? wai a
ors" dar.c- *t thi Voi ken Lawn
hons* last . I "?
Harry Ho.bi * B Halliday. Wa tn E.
Hodgman, I. Sanford. Rtifui King ' Baldwin
ami P >v r! Mrs.
j. Fo-- ? ? Mrs. J Q A .' .::.- rn, Mr... Elgar
L-ogan in i Mrs ? ? Pa
trolmaTl Rt
four hack" Judge D
. h. irgi I witta es.? without a
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P ,, o R tnd wai ld in
$;oo bail
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MOUNT VERSOS.
Tne members nf the classes of UR 'U and 'W of
tba Fifi
In*? to-morrow evening to i nd sci upon a
proposition t-. fimn an alumni aaaoclatton. . . .
Thc Baptlal Boya' Brigade will civ.* a musical an I
1.ter;.r. enter!
w.il ali
pany. trills by Arel ns and the
miff-iona: v drill rs Riven al Sar;
The elec- Hage ol South Mount Ver?
non, .1u.?t i -tith of this city, voted yesterday to
chang.- the num.* of their tillage to Wak
This was the name of the place before lt was In
a-g*-pora,ted .ii a village
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CROTON LANDING.
Three more imi llpoxihave br ken ^ut ft
Croton Dai the Italian.laborers employ l
at th:*.! place, are I two men nn.i one
girl. They the real ol the work
awn. Dr. Sheehan, ihi d Ihe Department
,.f pul lc Works,
employed on the construction of the dam The
liaiian who waa a car on I
River Rallroa I it this ; ta e la ai ?t the
point. The Hoar 1 of Health has i.-.-*.-? :
no ono will be i lowed to vlsll th.- dam while tht
smallpox ia prevalent <.t the ** >rks."
NEW-JERSEY.
JERSET?CITY.
The Tioy. jr.hn L. I f Jersey CH
day secured from Police Justice Potts a
the arrest of th- . ted last
Friday r.irht, t??.i- who were dla largi .
lhere wore no i: going time. Th*
i;.?n gav. I Ul, and tl wDl go 1
Jur.*.'. - i agenti ed 1
of ball
in th - |
t-tr.-et. nnd ai no e1 lei
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.uurphy wari ed them i
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City, ????
Saturday ?-.- . - De*
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an.i r;-. Hy .".uri. II ? -.
an i ci is: ? i the i ivi r by the
not tell Ins *\.fe of the mattel
an.l refused io permit I loctoi
Sunday be
i broken
An Inquest will I
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> KWAllK.
Uah B. B natoi
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ty in a i
man David I >. Bragow, exi
John Bun.et, who married the . ;
ter. Boyden seeks to I
den i>.nt in Mourn I Cemetery a monumeni
erected by I
his v.-.'"
sunniii briefi within t-:. -lays.
John L-ehn ? . known Geri
nfacturer
his home, No. S2 Mortoi il.* had
been a rea I-;.' of Newark f..r forty-l
an.l waa pr mlnenl lr: Kr.tghti of Hoi
Eight children survive I. ir.
Oeorge < .riemann, of M
Jure.! yesterday by a '
The reins bad fallei
Toung Men i Uni Istl in A
Montclair, an
A. he did bo the I
lng or.- mann lo the nd. 1
distance, wh. n tl tepped on I ne
hc-a.i, making him unc ? -
..-.;.:r 1 r.x bin lily, He
wa? taker.
Edtv-ar 1 J " ? || .
Ratht
?way, New-Tork, ?
last Fri.iay,
gree. la said to nav,* -.
will throw himself up >n thi mei y of i ...
with thu hope ol
HACKEN8ACK.
Peter Duane, jr., sixteen years old, of Rid
Pr.rk, ls in the liu^k nsack Jail,
mur.'.er i.f . . ir,
Sunday. A; Shields ws
at the hom. run bi n.c: .-. -
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to th.- action of i
lOTV / ill
Jury -. ? -..- i..,v
waa ;? real
father
has caused lt ls.thought I
hoy v.. i in a few
PATERSON.
The ;-" ?? pi rlan Church I lasl even?
ing a two clays' ant |.
vors.iry of the flt.-" Sunday-school In Paterson. In
HM Miss Sarah Colt, I
began I I few :i III .:. ]., .
in the basement of her father's house an 1 I
them io read and wri
waa oi ? Ti,.
First Presbyterian ( I
growth of Miss Colt's Ul
tne first tuj ? the church'* Sunday
school, The ex. i iterday con
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pytr.cn of diff-r.
recital.
CRANFORD.
The First Pre Church, Rev, >,
Francis Gre.-r.e, > completed a I'-nu
tlful new house of worship, al a coal of )-? -
I*f>,a00 ani 130,000 Th. s r. ... ?
evening Th. srlll i.?- preached by th.
Dr. John Hall, of New-York
ORANGE.
The "Brownies" are to i-- presented on the lawn
of Thomas A. ESdlson's hon..-, al Llewellyn !'nn<,
at 8 o'clock to-morrow. Thl novel and Interesting
cantata, ?wnr.'-n by Palmer C t, willi mualc by
Malcolm Douglasi - given by I
the dude, policeman, Indian, <'hlnan.an and all
the familiar characters will !><? there, I ,.
with a real Brownie bear A greal deal ol' time
haa boen a] ? .
ce**, and tlie performance ?? .ii be s treal for
Orange people, li ls expected that Pal mei Cos
win he there. The i-i. ls will be given to thc
F.r" Methodist i 'hui -h nf Orange. Tick
et* arc al ali principal drug it. ?
////; STEAMBOAT CAXOXICVA BUSSED
The steamboat Canonlcus was burned to the
water's ed(e ofl Btartn's ahlpyards, .-.t \\'.-st
Brighton, s. [., yesterday morning, Tha hr.- broke
out before daylight, and lief.,.-.- the flames were
discovered the entire u|.;..-r perl of the boal \-. i
on fire, a <?.iii waa K-nt for the North Bhore Fire
Department, bul they could do nothing, ai by th<
time thi arrived the boal had been eaat loose
uni allowed t" drift away fr.un the pier, as the
flumes endangered the piei mel ,i dossn ..th.-r
steamboats, which wen- tied in there. When th.
boat was casi ..ff the u-ie waa ruining ebb snd she
drifted down the Kill a. far ?.s ih.- Athletic Club
boathouse When she was off ih.- clubb .usc -?:..
was caught by tbe flood tide an I carried back and
over to tbs Nen Jersej shore. Tuns had sui
rounr*e.| h.-r and were fast tilling her wit ti watei
She rlrtfted . lose lo th.- Jerse) .hore, and off Pori
Ri-hmon I. In twenty feel of water, she sank. The,
steamer belonged to Mr. Beamers, of Brooklyn, and
was an old boat. The origin of tlie lire ls not
known. There Brers three boatkespers Ott the
avte**auucr when she caught fire, but thai ?.-scaped.
AEFAIIiS IN BROOKLYN,
ROARD OF EDUCATION MEMBERS
EIGHT MEX APPOINTED SEVEN RETAIN THEIR
PLACBB-THE POLITICAL COMPLEXION
OP THE BOARD CHANGED,
May ir 9 met l his appoint?
ments of fifteen : ol tha Boan) ol Educa?
tion to aerve for threi years fr v I .1 ily.
He re ? - men arr las tern
pira on thai dale, and named eight new om Ot
thi men reappointed two had been previously nam l
by him to fill unexpln I I rms. Horses I".. V
after r.n abson ? ? o( -
One ot the best-known new men ls Hi
W. Maxwell. The man who offered to retire I
mil 1 woman to be appoint* I, Hi nry V Hu
di I not n ? Inl mei I a ? his buslm
? rn of thi Brooklyn Bank \'-' ml I not 1
him to attend to the duties of the "? 'v.
1 . ure Edward Rowe, Max Brill, C. A.
ck, .i.ahn Harri..-. a. Higgins. John
MN iv . and J. Edward Bwanstrom.
I rn >rc than one term, an l Mr.
Rowe has been u member of the I tard nearly thirty
The newlj appointed membera .-.nd th
. ? : are a rge ll Woo Iw irth In ;
\ rt C .xi'., rv. Henri' W. Maxwell In pla
Dr. i v. it imlln li
. .! Henry l Hi k In place of Ai -
drew T 11 ?;?? r; Horace E i 'rt " r In pl i.I
Irthur E Jarrett: Oeorge w. s. .iv.il ? In
Ratt 'ronan in j lace of
C Simis; Sunni..i ll. Hcottron In place of T. Mc*
Cants Stewart, The iv; nun.-! li a colored man
Ol the members
t. ri.v expire nexl rn .nth Vin e a -??
and p.x elve Dem rcratr Of t
Kepub .,- mi flvt Dem ? v Mi M ix wt
In !. p. n lem Two of the Den
Shi pur l org inizal
Tht M ix- .r sal 1 of the ap ti "1 h ii ?
trli ! to carry out whnl I hnve alwny.-t believed, that
the Boar 1 of Edu lld :?? m In lei
? ? ? Issn body. '
:. - uti in,
uh I wo il I consl :? ?? -ll- .1 .1 i ?
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VVSKVTKV BY TWO PHYSICIANS.
Coi ner Creamer haa ordered an aui ,
ma le < I; of Mrs Dora Hah
i Su
hus?
band 11
No, i ve, t' ?. ;; u
night she was and Mr* i:
leek, n midwife, at No. Ti Siegel *', wm
ill In a phj
Tha do. ;..r after the woman f >r a
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rivi i. I! ls alli ged. an anrui
i :' ir thi .
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Mr-. '" , :? ?-. ried i > th* I ?
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phj il - ins, an I xx... make a
USED TWO PISTOLS TO KILL HIMSELF.
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maxlmui : . ; . ? .rr ? .
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null ? , the H -ard of Tr . -
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"All vi ry well ' ii. Mr Martin, ' hut
"iv u. ii'. . thi ir
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GATHERED ABOUT Tl!!* TOWN.
Thei
:, - ? -.?. ? k
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: ' ' vards, applied
offer l
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The Ald< rmen ?? ? lin ad
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hone C >mpai
,i voti of IS to i ll ??? as held i
only one x reto of Ma) .<r
? ? : ? Batu)
Al !<rtn.n jri ti rd o- rescinded tl
ciosinj' tht- public ..Hi ea al l j>. m. in Julji and
August._
A I'D Sic FOR THEIR TE ACHE BE.
i ll IN ESE BCNDAY-BCHOOL I rill.S "DO THE t;.\i..
I.ANT" FOR THEIR RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTORS,
Tha steamer Orand Republic sailed up the Bound
yesterday with Ihe yellow triangular fia a and i, ack
dragon of China In ti..- place of honor. She had on
dosi i about 800 Chinamen of New-York aad Brook?
lyn, and about an equal number >.f whi!.- people,
x. imen The occasion wai tha annual pl -
icho ,: pupils vixen com*
? iry to th.ur Sunday-school teachers. The
. ? ? ii last j ? tum of tha
. ?.;: against the
il ' young whit.- woman
wai vlgoroual) denoui many people
. time ", he affair seemi to have b '.xx n
f..r the Celestial! and their teachers xx-nt ..rf aa
?iuk> dying, banners s
pigtails and back hair neatly colled, and with
to ? it The destination . Bpring
lluii, ,r, where the Chinamen and their tea - -
had a it cid timi
Thi i?? ''? ia . ii.- . n In thi party, Mrs
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i ur ni i xt ot TBE FOI r.
lum-, ne Kv! I, in th" Chicago Recor I
,\ curr.-nt paragraph -.hx-jt thal Pietro Ila
the compo er, haa received In royalties ni >n hts
opera ol "Cavslleiia Rustlcana" the sum of 15)0.ooo,
while the publishers have netted (500,000 But the
. imposer should nol - imjtla.n Mr Hubbai I T
Smith, composer ..r the nv V io "The Little
!',-,i ii." gol the funny Mun ?.f li;. f..r hla x- ,ik. and,
according io theil own ?? -ur --..rn, the pub
subaeauently netted I"'.'t.nOu by the publican.m au
that the Hiith.ir of the words not out ..f the busi?
ness was the Inf-imy of bein-r credited with Vie
xxretr-hed doggerel and the horror of hearing tht
thin* dona to death bj sven comic Mn-fr an two
supposedly civilized and enlightened contlne.ita.
T!ir*hest of all in T.csveninc" Power.? Later.' U. P. Gov't Report
ABSOLUTE**.* PUBE
GOODWIN & SWIFT FAIL.
LIABILITIES FROM 1508,. TO *"
EL-ECTRIC K.MI.'A AT IT.Ol 1 ? 'I: "Ell Tl ?
PEND IX ORDER TO KEEP TOGETHER THE
Pl i BRI THE1 I INTI
Goodwin *% 8wll face ral'.road
kers, of So. '?'?
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Arthur K W lira ' . ng I
radt, ; i wy ? '. ll WI it pref
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he killed M Uer showed
that thl ?*. i I ' Pul 1 < In l.'.e T-.rnl-n.
8ELIISQ THOROUGHBRED TEARLISG8.
PRICES OBTAINED AT THE AMERICAN Hon i:
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A inn-e rr.wl of horsemen attended the cl
?I al : . ? imerl in
Horse i * -? mg Bi ulway an I Plftleth-ai . lust
night William Eaarwn coi lucted tba sala Among
thoae present wer. Au?ii?t 1'..-Inn.ni, .1 "* Mad.len,
David Gideon, John Kelly, Prank M u.,r.-. Colonel
Phillp C Kidd, Mil.i .;. li. Thomas and Colonel .1
I* Pepper. With a half-dosen exceptions the prices
realised wera low Thi ne il of irllngs
w-r.- from A .!. Cai I - ld. Ru.
dolph ii.ns- T ."thill itu i an l Hs I ir i ihn H i .lark's
Cold streHin stud. Ths top price, P.OuO, i
ths ' "old Uti un iud iii ; tmlneni hors, men
.-u.-i mut if io .ks ..i.i i.i Hm wen) r .i an
thia is tbe beni < >n indsga thal I ., .Id in
rears Majoi - irk's ten be id - I for 17,273, an
average of UTI a bead. The Bard \s..-.-r i.,;-, con
trent to F M War for tl.SOO, Th. Bard Belladonn.i
coll to the lil.-n:' m (Rabies for 11,800 snd the Prince
lt >yaJ . coll lo ii.- Bl. in' ni si i... rol
Tn- entire thlrtj nin ? bead thal
i-r ugh) in'..-..'.. ;.- ? r ui, u: mc ., i, id,
II.-re ur.* the prices brough) i.y the beal of tbs lot:
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Ch. r. Ii> The llnr.l dan T> ? !>a?n. ly Imp.
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? I! f , bf Tbe lAti. dani Kelly, by Virgil. K. M.
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"h. f. i Felecia ii. by Stratford;
Captain I- c Kidd . 2-'<o
nna, by Kim- -
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P U Ware. r'.'.o
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1.x ut htf home at Dabh-i K rr.
,i,i,., tel himself t.. the necesasry treatment
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i day o two,
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POREION 1
c York June a. ar
ns pi
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I Jul I- ? . I pmer, -l-l f..r Hr.-men
? rn N. ???? x >rl< tun.
ind Liven 1 si Southport .lune ls
Hi, i,.r s'.i.: - 'es, from Nee. \ orl
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I- iiir), llsrrii fi-.m NewTork fe
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(from iiri.t, ii aalti ?
? x ru June 1*.
liner lu ? h.- r! .. r, ,!?..' lil IVr. from R ol' erda n
f,,r N.-ii Vii-, pased Ihe Msard lune 17
un i!tti(ch). I'otj.r. New-York tot n.t
t.???lulu i ' '"?"* Is
Liabt ilin, I'nrton, from Ksw-Yarl
June :. f ,r i... ? i ?? ? i ' bi Msard Juna i
,!.i ... iii-, Akestei from New-York rut,..
? June la
st - , r: Eared ,| uler) Muller, from laj-lm-.n f
. paaaed Prawle Potnl Jun- ll
? . -i,i, a (Hr). Rhode, fn.m New-York Jans I fa
n?.v. .- *nd Aberdeen i. -i i -??? i leland Juna la
Thin**ella iDsn), Rerentsen, from New-Yorl
.i me ls
?teamer Ene- v. .;v rn ll iGeri Stormer ifrom Genes
f,,r Nev Vii.. i.niie,i from Gibraltar Juna Itt,
SI. ,..'.?-.- ll iPr), IV'.ik... relied fruin Marseille
f Sew-Vorh June Hi
Maria IP rti Marrett** fi-.tn New-Ytirl
M ,, '.'7 vi- I at I 'I- rt ? lune |3
im?, victoria lim. H....n i I from Meets!, ial|e.
fr, ni Naples f.r N'SW-YoTk June 1?
Slr-.iruer Euclid ll'rt. Trlni.tnin frill New-York Ma
IJ Rainmore v* and Nor! !k IB, arrived nt Victoria
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n (Rr), E'.its. from Nes Y-.rk May tn
i iitim '? Newport N--xis, via Hampton Rosdi
I ,j.ir. ?_'.- nntl ISetarpori .n.-xis, i i.i HampIO
.1 ,. pern m.i?'?? -? June in
: ida*, on i. Brown ifriun ki i lani
?allsd fri in si Lui la for Hes furl J ina 18
iro, sit)
Ann, uncem-nta
"Z-rt-br*) " E. _t W. "Waubunk."*
E. a W. New Collar-. E. A W.
?
Brown'a '"amphorati I Baponaceoua Dentrtflc
ls .... bael powder In the world f..r prise rvlna" lh
t.-.u', i;--fir -: snd d lu vu- .:, ,-,>nts a J.ir.
?
I-tdies Buffering fr un nervous affllotlons fin.
hui-lt relief i- Parker's Ginee.- Ti
Pa I- ii. Bslsssa ?:?ls the hair ar. wi h.
? ? -
HEN KY A DaKIKM, M. D..
80 WlHT M0TII-8T.
Dlieai.a ot tha N*rvoui Byitem. Genlta-L'rlntry Uruna
Impotency and Btenliiy. Houri a to 1, lui
What ls o neglige shirt for ?
Comfort,
Then why don't von get tho kind
that lits?
Washable neckties, 25 nnd 35 cents
?"Why I cnn get them for 15 cents.1'
So yon can?and get stuck in the
bargain.
Whatever sort of clothes yon want
?thin snit, middle-weight snit, office
coat?expect to lind it herc. There \
are some clothes here that yon don't
want; maybe you'll want 'em, though,
when yon see 'em.
ROGERS, PEET & CO.
THREE (1
BROADWAY *'
ROADWAY ? '
BTi IKES, (.-.'', St,
RADWAY'S
READY
fUB^ai Ell RELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ease.
iAt-tm ar-..! prevent! Golda, Conchs, tors Throat Brou.
rhltls, i- Rheumatism N--. alala, il-artaoh-.
Tnoth--ho Aithma. Internellv In wster fnr all Bowal
ilr.s. Dd ?". afa'.srla Hillli ind Fsirer. vi et*
Here are
ints for
eated
umanity
A light weight
Reefer & Vest, of
blue serge credita?
ble to the wearers
taste?$n.oo.
Trousers of v.i.itr- duck, $1.50.
Negligee Suiir, 11.00.
Bell of white duck or grain leather 50 et?.
Vacbting Shoe*, of canvas, finest made,
nr.'l a, great eeller $4.00: or russet?If russet
you prrf<*r.
Straw Hats fr.-.m $1.00 up; Outing Cafs for
le
And behold yourself completely,
clad for a vacation, and money
to enjoy it.
CL'Jl lits, M! HATj, SHOES.
HACKETT,
CARHART & CO.
, f'.roa.lwav c-iritrr Cami Str*-*t.
) Uroadwa. l-.-l..v? Cliaiibsri stresL
'
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'
A BIMON'SON.
::.? an 1 "3d .-?
Esta bl is fi rel 1X4>.
BROADWAY cnn tlWT ST.
THIRD a vi: . ? ii UKI st.
N! " '
I. ll lt Bl " iKLYM BTOl
It's curious how fy si our stock ilis
iippi'iirs when it's very, very hot. Wo
noticed it when om- Pulton stree!
(Brooklyn) building burned down, and
we noticed it again in>t week.
WY make a apecialty of bot weather
apparel?for boys ns well ns men?and
w hetber you u:<> t<> the country to drink
the cool mountain air, or stay home
and drink the air from soda fountains,
we have tin' right sort of summer
clothes for j on.
Nm only the right clothes but the
righi hats at the righi prices. The
ri?,-lit furnishings and iii** right shoos.
h's worth Romething to know where
yon can ^<'t these things rUjltf.
\cic Store, It'tray, cor. .'list st.
PART VI.
ok rina
HEED ATLAS Of ls WORLD
IS NOW READY.
Ttl*- r-arl to?lod?i :-'-" I ? ? I -" bi i" ' thi Mat?i
rf virclnia K rill i*ai Un i, I* uth i u* lina, O* . .
, . . e. K?n*
tu ri y ..r I l)hl . Ml ' ' -";- >-"" m*V t lhe Bl lt* -f "? ll
Vlrslnl* Ulai full-p-ijj* ms| I '- -'-?* I Stot-Ot
?;
,, i t.. Mo 1st, snd arith ts- in I ?*. si
ler.pr, I \nluat.l.*
compendium
I,,,.,., who hm- not pureba*. "I thl* new
.. , ._,, tdvllfd 10 l*nd for -ump!* |.i?.-?. ur -.rjcr ona
tot th* jarra. They Will bi aur* to Want tli? balSPCS of
lb* aron
STYLUS AM) PRICES.
Till* o.lltlon ??? llnnil. *li-\iilly -ft I'n.'i in?
dexed Atlas of ?-?** Wol!f Ia 5 t'ttitiy M.
1I..-.I mill liii|.r....'il ?dllloat. Ol what I* ||.
self n now tinrk. lt "tl" no .-..iii|.l,*t?-,l lu
ill.....t I-.*. Isjr?t* iinartn pni*ea. Iii,* book
wllr.i rloao.l mon Stares Kl?'-'t In.-ln-ai. TIlo
? li..lo or n nv purl of I ho Work ia a..1,1 ...
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IN 8 PARTS OF ABOLT .SO PAGES BACH.
Thoa,- purl, uro hornill In tierny imper nnil
nro aiippll.il ul moo ra.-li. nm 1.1 uk <-??t of
,-omiilol.- xxurU .<"S.1H1.
I'ar'v I and II are devoted to E.--op*. I'nrt III. Asia,
Africa ami Dreams. I'art IV, Smith Amerli-a
America Weat Indies and Canada. Part V
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ir.\ Um* '-ii I-- reN.jnd In -'?!?
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THE TRIBUNE, New-York, j
Tuesday,
June igtb,
Night Gowns trimmed with
lace or fine embroidery, in
various styles,
Cambric Gowns, arranged
in jabot effects down the front,
trimmed with embroidery,
Sl-25.
WMftiua
Cambric Skirts, deep ruffle
of handsome embroidery,
Si 2C.
Muslin Skirts, tucked, Cam?
bric rudie,
Muslin Drawers. Tambour
edge and tucks,
35c
Lord& Taylor.
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