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NEWS FROM THE SUBURBS.
WESTCBESTER CO ?NTY. YONKERA Th? Committee <>*i Heal l?state of the People's F.?\ ? r k-< Bai k baa been authorised by the dlrecl irs to make some lons-needed alterations In th. bat.k bulldii lettj Bquar?, bol il s and oui Thi? outside Improvementa \?;l maierlally han?? t;-,,. api of th? k?sr? r storj ol tl and ninl?" Il oas Ol the mo? atti i I ?? In town. ,-??t, ...... . i., i n given out, u:. l ih. s-oi ? ' commenced ..' once, it will t four montai to make the proposed Im provi un ni ?.?ru!..' iiama?? Saturday aftsr : ? . the front or th? Atlsntlc and Pacific Tea Com] i - l re, bi the corner ol Maln-st, and Warburton-ave. A sudden puff cam* ,:i? and blew In thi ' ,n glass window, ruining a quantity o." ?played trier. ' Is es( ited Bi ' On .- ght Patrolman William B. Oranger, ; of th< Voi ken pol te Ion e, found Daniel "'!?? faune :. j ara old, of No 89 Wesl Flfty-flfth-at., and Jnr:-.e - MeC il:, thli ? ? U Id. of No. 7 | East ? wat lei ? sbo 11 G-tr? ? .fiel lerable q lestloning. tho office! : ?? them I tdmll tl they bad run a ? y iron. . kepi at hes .quarter? over ? anU their par? . . ' The pl< asa real re. irg* ?J" young men ye? i ' ,fun" Say ihe Young Men s , . itlrring id.lres* on i i ? .... a . iam Gaul.as C'hrisl K hin ??' Ih evening th< r< gul ir monthly m? ? mg of I ao -, ,-. m will ' - '" "' ,.?... ,-. nbera will be entertained with the , The Rev 111..? l.vmi s il deliver a fre- lecture. this evening in the IV ' scopal Church oi ' ? ir? M - - ? ?:''i '?": nlua." The ? ??? - ? ?: '?'?" auspl ?- of th? ?"?worth League Testei lay mon ? rchblBh in ? ?rrii-an ...,,l ?ti Peter's Roman Catholic Church, ?it Klverdale-ave. ai ; l.udlow-st.. ol which ihe Rev. An.lrev? :??. loy la rectot naa? was sure by thi R? v. All rl ? : ?? rect ?r <>r St. Joseph's ? :. ?r'n. are! ;h< sermon wai preachi I by th? Rev I ?r Jl-r rv \ i Thi? aft? 'dock the Woman'? Auxiliary of St. John'? Epii opal Church will meet In the paiiiti ?. ????? 'i nt women ?ill be a?l Iressed by the Rot, Sham ? .a native Shoahone clergy la the Warbur.on Avenue ;..ii.'tls: Church laat nicht t.;?.- Rev. Alvali S. Hobart, the pasto llvere?! - f his ? oun ?? ermoni on , the "Parables of Our Lord." II- treated thai of "Jaassrua and the Rich Man." Xt 1 ' of the i ' 'i - II thl? even? ing Mayor r en? will make another attempt to have I ?< ? minees t r ?">?? ??? Commissioners conflrmi 1. Th?? outlook for illa su ess la not very promlaing, MOUNT VERNON. Tlie course of lecture! on astronomy by Professor John K. Rees, of Columbia 'ollege, und r the suaplc? ? ? L't rerslty Extension, ha? ended, and th.- i: tard of Mar: igera 1 rdanci the express? i wish of th. members who were at the laat lecture for a course of ten lectures by Professor Adol| ? C hn, on "Tri. il. tory if French Literature,' Tn- firsl '? will bs given on the evening of March li?. an?! they will i.Dtii ?? each iucc<eedlng Tuesday evening In !h? Young Men's Christian ilatton. Th?- course i? an exc?eptlonally at iracttve .?ne. nn?i a? Professor cohn is in ?-harne of the department of Romance languagea and litera ture, th.- Bubjects will he treated In an Inter? ?tanner. It may be recalled '.hat Justice William li Herd aras tlie victim "'. ? thief, who si ?le .. beaut >-? ??? iptlcon lantern from I idge'i buggy on. ? December, With that lantern Mr lia: ; i-i! afford? . much rellgloua, Intellectual and finan? cial i t to many church.., by delivering l.'cturis <?n .?i !? l subjects and ais., giving description? of ii>rei?_"i lanila In ?"tes of these public servil seemed a good Ides to some of hi? friends to pre? sent to th?? Judge a new lanti rn. This project was carried oui on Thursday evening, on tn. occasion of hit delivering a lecture m Scotland, In Grace Church, ?Vaketleid The Rev. K. '.?. Basaett, pastor of thii church, was th?- leader in the movement. Al the i "re of rhe lecture, Mr. Bsssett called upon th?- Rsv. Prank !.. Maaaeck, pastor or ??.?? t nlveraallst Church, of Mount Verr.on, for a few remarks, H?. call? ! attention to the work of Mr Bard, and iri a few appreciative word a presented the lantern in behalf of th? many friends ??f th?' recipient. The Jude,.- responded in a happy manner. NEW-JERSEY. JERSEY CITY. When the Pennsylvania train Th.it left Trer/.on nt riox>n yester.lay arrlv??! In Jersey City at 2 p. m. tho conductor oalled a poMcem*vn and pave into hi? custody a man who ii >ari?'d th. train at Tn : - D, and ha?! besa acting strangely ?iurlinr. the trl?i. Tho man was irlthout money an?! ha.l no ticket. He of? fer..,1 an opetSe-gaSSa in payment of l.ln fare. At Police H.a<lqnartara t?.?, man pave his name as John w. Nutting, aad nail he lived ?it Morrlstowrt, The police had receive?! on Saturday a leacrlptl ?r. l of a man ?if that name \\ i.?> escaped fr.?m th.? I lunatic asylum al Morris Pialas thai morning. " When shosra th* ?lescrlptl??n Nutting admit.-1 thai he was th. man. ii?- woul i not tell how h?; got t?i Tr.-nt.n or Where h? procured the Opera-glsM, bul ?add lie spent the night ai th? home of s Christian, w.io provided him -.?? I en n?- would not give '..?? mai -? name, I I ttou I be compro r. ted When nskei bo? ; bs said the ?i ?or of th- asylum was lefi ipei He though) thii ihow? . that It was foreordained thai he should walk r He will !??? r..;urn?-?i :?? Morrli Plalni this n The Rev. John Krantz. pastor ..f Trinity Mi .. yester lay morning bui ? . j. ? ? mortgage .t.- a preface ;., th..- rellgloua ? i c:i-s of the oar. Tne Rev. J. Lester W? - gd i In tie Tabernacle evening his third ster. ; 1. iur? Medlterransan ci Frli ?land, and Illustrat? ed the land of Jom| :., M -..- an I lha i' laraoha. ORANGE. The Town Improvement Society of Cast ??rnng? l?eiil lis resalar meeting on Saturday evening and discussed matters of Importance. The poor i ?tal factUtlea afforded In thi Oranges ware freely Its cuss?-1, it arsa shown that although a tra ? rytng n?a-.l passes through th? Orange. \?.th ti.? papers as early ss I. a. m.. all attempts to pet the local malla sent out on this train ha.l failed, BE ! they cam.- out so late that n?. delivery ? -? ?u1.1 la made before I .u m., too late for the buslnea that went to X? v.-V.rk. and later than was al all i.-- ? BBary f?>r the local business men. A rersolu tlon was passed and ordered seat to 'he l'ont ?aastsr-tSeneral asking that the mail he dispatched from N'ew-V..rk so that the lir?it delivery could l>e marie not later tiian 7 a. m. Henry H. Hall r?'i?irt?i < n the general law re. cently passed by the legislature (subjscl to popu? las approval i, providing f'.r change. In the town? ship gtnrernment. The points In the uw were 1 to bs th? placing th?- absolut' control of the iiquor interesta in the a local Hoard of Esxlae; giving the Township Committee the power to enforce i?s ordinances, which has heretofore t?e??n la Kin'.', providing an elective township pres? ident at a salary of $1.200, with veto and appoint? ing power: aril a limitation of the contracting power without advertisement to !-???'. The u? approv? i. and a committee wa? appointed to arr?*n?.-v for a public meeting t?> l'ilrip; tri.- a.|\.i'i tsgea of th<> plan before th. people prior to the special elect!??:i nti Marin '.!? -m> - ELIZABETH. Sylvei'cr J. Klert.an. th" defaulting Insurance at.iit. who ran ..way on July 13, IBM, and was nr rssSed .?* tSslreston, Tex., on Wednesday last. arr'v-i al Elisabeth yesterday afternoon in oom I ?,; with Chief ? ? Polic? Tenney and Prosecutor of ?: - Pleas F. C. Marsh. Th?- officera went pre ? - Itlon ; spei i, but they were not try. as K .rriin. volunteered to coma without them, Ii?- was met at Atlanta, Qa, Klernan I?, r, ? though h< ?.a : been in hard lu k of late and ? gl - ? u-?:<-??l>. Th.- amount of his defalc tlon ?- >''..?<>. There ars also two saaxgea of forgei . ? h m. 11-- will probably b?' a: ? next, an i throw h '. se.f upon the BTterc) Of i ?? <'?iirr. PASSA1C. S-iijol Commleaioner Irving .". Matthews a - ousel CsrtnMs ??. TrotMr, .)?-- . C " architects of sttirmpted i.-itery, oa Saturday night, al ?? Itu? of the Board of E Th- firm has i ib? mltted plan- for a n.w - h ?: bi Idlng, and Mr. Matthews Baya ihej s. nt i reptsaentatlva offering i.? pa> him handsomely if h? would vote as chalr i ommlttee, to a.pt I heir : Matthews has procured .-n affidavit fi im ?' '? ? sanitary engineer, lhar Thomas : . told hin: thl firm Intended t.. pay ;'. ? h? ara to have th?-ir plans adopted. Trotter la intor member of Ihe firm and s ?on or th.? former warden th?- Hudson County p. aitentlary St Snake 1 NEWARK. Burglar? stt? mpted I hreak into Rlordaa's butcher ?hop . n Flfth-st . HsrriBO?n, ut l a. at yaaterday. They wars aurpriaed by two pol los men and Bed, pursue! by Ihe officers, who were within a few ?i-? ,.; thi fugitives, whsi ?- of th? burglars turn?-?! and fired. Pat*drnan l?oster. who ha?l h.s hand outstretched lo gfmh the fallow, r.-celvo?! the bullet through his huti.l. This ChSOkM the pursuit and the burxiar. escaped The Hoar! of Health lia? ?!? 1 1 ? I to ko ahead W.th tht? ciect.jn of m. faortnlLai for OaMUaCtOUS ?ils Pure ana Sure ?kl?n^Fo^er net ?a 1: lp. ,-V-X ?noor-f.ii. The best that money can buy ? ?? n Clinton Township, notwithstanding the ob Jectlon? of the Irvine:ton ?? ?tn officials, IIOBOKEN. Mary i-v> ::??*,- the servant In the family r,t Victor Downer, the temperance crusader of Lyndhurst, who r.-?-.-iit ly caused the nrresl of Mr. Downer on i- ?eriOjU? Barge, ???:? \? terdaj arreated at her home In Hoboken, on .i charge of stealing .1 pair of diamond? earring? from Mr?. Minn Doamer, who made th.- complaint. Mis? Keeney ?aid she was In? nocent, and th.it the charge had been made .... an ?,ff?-ct t,? her charge? again?! Mr. Downer. She ??.is t:ikcn ;,i H.i kensack. RUTHERFORD. A large consignment ",' new books, mostly cur? rent notion, arrived it the Rutherford Fres Pub? lic Library on Saturday. A copy of the new Standard Did.sry, handsomely bound, was also . .. d. n i? the glfl ol C, M Warner, vlce? prealdenl of the Library AsHoclatlon. In the bud ;-,-, madi up bj the Mayor and Council, i.') tot the library ).-? Incl itfed home y lavs. r?. rued Tr'ti r.?sl .Tews, *r*f?8 r?pr???n'f nv t%* nrv mayrt Is ?-? York Citu f?sl an ?"-"'". ; "?' *?**? trovhit n**?r?i ' 18? '' --i'"! /''-?'". ''"' >'? '?''?'' '"?' "*'? "' ?Vo I A ?'.. v-.- r ?'.-? , ?-.. AU tnjarmo'l i st*d taeumant* for puM* %*a nao na* ami t athan hrodooortart oo? thi r than f" ititr bulrdlaaU ih* CntUt 1'rut aetNjMSsr* In taO tita .?lili I? I'" I nittO PrtU I t ,'iik ': ?'? ''' " ''ir?-i.>'',< Bl t*i? run n 'ry WHAT I-1 GOING ON TO-PAY. Rtyriew of Kd Regiment by ?'.enerai MeI?ssrsSi ? ;?. tn. i , - -,krT\." Asao latlon Hsu, I p m. Woman's Nations! Bsbbath Alliance, Marble Col Isglate Churi h, 11 n. in. Coponer'a Inquest, Orchard-st collarjsed build ? XuWs' Club n on. Xo 101 West Forty-first- ? ???t.. 1 r. m. Chamber of fommeri-?? s'peciaJ meeting, No. St! Naseau-??., 13.-30 p. m, Brooklyn Good Roada As<--"-,.'?t!<?n m<-<?tinK. Edward Kggleston's lecture before Colonial Dames, Hot? I **Yal lorf, " p ?n. Hearing In ? ase of ex-Marshal Cohen, No 11 '?'.' li? st.. 2 p. m ?i?ilo Society meeting, Morello's, No. l WestTwett ty-nlnth-st., 8*30 p. m. American Geographical Society, Chlckerlng Hall, I ': ' p m. Dr Wallace Wc*od'a lecture, University Building, Washington Square, n s. m. Beneflt for Hampton Instil its, Berkeley Lyceum. s p. m. State Trottine Board meeting, Murray Hill HnV l/pnt.-i. recital by Miss Frankle ?'. Gale, Sherry's, ' evening. Shor.' Ro:i/l Improvement Cnmmit'e? m?*etlnc. Mayor'? nfll???. Itmoklyti. Il S m Edwin L. London before n?x>nday prayr-r-m??et:ni7, No. Ill Fiilton-?t. NEW-TORK L'lTI. ?Die Rer, It. Kewtand Msynard will deliver ?n Illustra:?--! .-Hid historical lecture on "Chins and the Chineas" next "A'ednesday afternoon ?it (Thick ering Hall. The reception held by the ux-niix-r? n" th? Kit Kat ?'! ib on Saturday evening In East Fifteenth st pro red to be an ??? i nlng of r< The r?K)ni? w ? ire crowded, and the ?wall with studies In oil and ?water-color? bj the mem? bers Among th.? wl ? -? contributions to an en? joyable programme wei.nspi? ? '? " Anderson, F. Pauldlng, Arthur Foi Elmore. The Rev. H Richard Harris, r< ?? .r of 81 ''?? i Protestant Episcopal Church Marry an?l Gat? sires., ha? resigned, to lake rfl I Immediately. It : i understoo I thai he will go to P Th? Rs*v Dr. Arthur J Brown ol Portland, Ore.. was ele t.-1 .i corn I the Board of Foreign Mlssloi ol the Presbyterian i hui the meeting of th.- Board ol danagera held Is I week. I"'. Brosrn ?will till th? icancy retaryship caused bj ?? f the Rev. I>r. Arthur Mitchell two y? The ship Roanoke arrived here yi rterday from Manila with 22,800 bales of hemp for .? i srgo .s i!'.,- largest cargo of hemp ever Imported Into thi? country. The Roanoke ?'.,',1 go to Robinson's Congress Btores, Houth Brooklyn, where ?h? discharge her cargo. H. L? Hastings ??iil deliver * free lecture at the branch of th?- Young Men's Christian \*mo lat n, ?Xo. r West '?no-hundred eii*. t.?.>n"f) fifth ?'. thl? .-?? nine, upon "Nuts i..r ??"-" ? to I'rs '?, " Henry Rntgers Marshall, Dr. Fells Adler, Mrs. ?? -i, Is <? Wheel? r and Mr? i: H Rlashflel ; )," the speakers to-mo row evening i- "ie the Nineteenth Century ?'lut, si Sherry's They will ?n?cuss "How to M.ik<- New-York ,-? Beautiful City." Th<? s'ii.jr'-t of Miss Flelde's lecture st No. II W..st Flfty-fourth-st. '?.-day a: : SO o'i i""k '.?-in ho 'Th.' ?Chinese Question In Regard !?> Immigra? tion, and How it Should Be Answered." Prrafsssor H. B. nn? ?rill deliver an address and ?hi? L'nlverslty Glee and Instruments! clubs ?rill glvs a musics] programme, on Thursday night at thi? meeting of th? Princeton Club st ti.?- Hotel Brunswick. NO END (>l IT IS SIGHT. Hrn.PIN'". OPT?RATIONB BICRIOL'BLY lMl'K'ir.1? riT Tin: r:i.i:? T)u?-ai. WORKERS' strike. The strike of the electrical worker? l? apparently r? far fi-'.'n settlement as <--.?r. The Board of Walking Delegates will hold a speelsl mc.-tlng at I a m to day, when it la supposed mor.? strlk?-.?. will be i.i-d.-i"i On? .?f the delegates said yester? day that all tho rnarld.--.-uf,-:- In th:? city and Brooklyn, 1,300 In all, will be locked out to-day, be ? ,:: - their ??m, . port the > lectrical con? tractors. The nrlk<- i? l?ooked upon by architects and ?iih?-rs Interested In real estate as one of the m???: un? fortunate thing? that have happened !-.r years, it comes 'i : when the building Industry I? rerivlng and ?hen many owners ar.- desirous o? Improving their ; roi ?????>.. hoped by many i? oj la that some ... the sink- will be found this? week, and thai there will ba n.? further"?!? lay In il.mpletlon o the building? now under construction, or the en -lion of those for s/hlch },!..?:s have sire? . been drawn up and Hied ARXITBB8ABTATTUEPOBBYTU RT.M. F CBVBCB T.'i-.* Forsyth Street Methodist EpUoopal Churcb, ?he recond ? desi In thl? city, celebrated Its 106th annl? : ary ye ?terdsy, T ? ?. rcl ?? ? began In thi Bund il I o'clock, un? der the charge ? tendent, E s- - . S McLean led '.!?,? reun m ?ervlce?, ai . Rev. Henry A. ))..;:/.. pre? lenl of i?r.-?v Th< -.-.,: Seminary, preached the tncrnlna sermon. Hia text waa fr m.Hebrew? ?;. \i: "For by el !??:s ?iiitalti.-1 .? ?.,"?'1 report " The Rsv, Dr, ??' A, Roche, who was ?x.-'.-r ??: the Church fr..a: IBB? '" 1810, an i n;ri:n fr-,m ISK t.) l?vs?i. had charge <>' the platform meeting ai ': 10. a.i dr.s?-?? were mads by the Rev Drs F? rdinand C. Igletoau ? un? .i. ?i \vi!?- in. Dr. Iglehart maids a comparison of the centurion referred to In hi? lesl and th? Rev. Thomaa Morrell. of Washtni i who rounded the church Mrs. Marj I'.-:, I'.h-'k. daug! ;? ? uf the late G?i ? . I'ltnton 11 Fias ? : the [Cpworth League meeting In the even lliti. The ? veiling BeTVl?* 0 I tig Of Singing, t? ?? timony and a s.-rmon. were conducted] bj 'ii Dr. u\ h Lawrence, wh<? l-.a? ii.-en t?.i?tor - l*i?'. and diirin? whose pastorate the church ?? ? ? freed of debt. Th., Rev, Jamas M. Buckley, Editor ?f "The Christian Advocate." '?i*.a?;i.??d uu "Fidelity lu Humble Life." SILKS FOR TO-DAY ON THF, MAIN n.ill'K Onr (irst general exhibit for tlifs season. fVe control many new und exclusive styles : Crenonine Imprim?e; Taffeta Plisse d n 11 and Taffeta (Mac? Damns, with Client figures; these aro nil exceptionally effec? tive ami now. In popular Ray?s, Quadrilles and Chen?s for Waists, we*havea beau? tiful collection af 7."? c"ii(s per Mini and upwards, 3000 yards of Black Imported Damasses af $l.O0 per yard; re? markable value? desirable styles. IX THE BASEMENT A general Sale of Spring and Sum mer silks, plain and printed lai?, ries. Sp?cial linos of Silks lor Waists ami Skirl Lining. JAMES McCREERY ?V CO., Broadway ami mil si. "1 don'l believe those Rogen Peet folks milk? any money on anything? or else they're ?yin-. They -??".I sln>rt i mu.mt lni\ -.' ciiit ii??- ,it en-.:, and every bodv's riiliiii'is al cost, and ;i three-dol 1,'ir sin"' for ?2.."V0, ?nul they advertise a lt?i, and there's ?iiat ?*"?"> derby?they can'l make .ni> monej mi thai !" Bless you ! it's filestores thai don?l sell anything nt cost, ami dou'l adver tise, and don'l have ;i $'.i derby, that don't make money, It's .ni advertising, and advertising )>;i> ?? sometimes. ij j, u waul ?r does - i i \\ n\ >. R()(,i:ks, 1'i.i.r ?v CO. TURBE / rtl - ? H ?AMWAY W'ai -1 ?-TORRS . V! S?. Mi AIUS IS BROOKLYN. i> ?ii tit. im? ?Ai.?'.' vY im inn b. THK ? ? A MAXI) ' i : '?... ? ? far ? bridge < M . .N? '.? ! ? ? Corporation ? ?ai- at work on a Mil for th? !..?-. . . . will loti ... . 'I'll- :?? m > i -.?. Ivlwur 1 1... . i '? . '. i ' ". ? . :.! M: I. . . : , do They ? ?. ? .... ? ty to ,?,?;? ? . ? ?i . : ?? ? ' ? ? . .... ... ? I ? II ? ? ? ? , liilli I to til ? ? ? the ell ? . T. i M \KK Pi ? T KITT PAY IT 111 \].|' :i.w i i ?it i. ? ? ? ? ? l\ ? TAX I LINO Full i ' I Tl I. Msyoi . ? ? ? i ? ? ?. ? K?tli?v aw 1 prt j... i ing s bill to i ? ? . ? ? Ion of th?? I.?? (if Hi- II .? !?'? ill)?-?? Of I in.lie ' . ? ' I of the wist of tl . ; : .??Hing ..'. ih? lai rati . . at. . . ? i i?. :.? ?? vho mad? ih? [olios/ins Btstemi i I mi ; ntng I! Th? present '? ' f the city ? ?. ? r ii , I of years fi ?- ,,?.. lierai ' Up I" pose?! i" make i uni , 1 the i maj he r? ,? the taxe? .?? ear i ? ?miiiy high. fair thai I ? buril? ns I as, we will say, I ,,- j. ? ?e i; th? ?? ? l?'bt. which i I? il ' . . '..!'.,:. - ?? ? - ? ? the W .i iboiit Market. ... purchase an?! i see, give ss the pi : n ?.!.?? ?: ?- Ii i? pi? i.i ? ? hl'-h will the Issuing ol con ? II lat? 1 i?on?li to an ai i un) i ot t?. ex? ee?l llftj j in Ii ii is ???? I h n a I sndlns ;i part of th< Ing maturing obi Kations, ? ai .???' to p! i ? ? u? m the pi : ,....,..? ? thi m off .-it on.. Mr. Ki ... y ? In 1st >?? of consolid?t? i boi ils, and n tiring bi mat the maturing o ai the ? lij ? . may deon idvlsaldi The annual las levy v. luid ? -? . nl fund to meel the i oni ? lldate I hoi "Hj il m< 'i ?? I ? ild Mr. Keile the pri i ??.'? be pal I al matin Ity, an?! tn? : ? - ? urltlei w Ill merely i. ? . ? i h host ,-hu a-ll 1 .-.ij. > tage of thi i -i . ? ' menti ?.? ill he en lo coi tribut? theh si are t ?ward m? etlng ??,? m " ? ? BBVBNTY-FIVB TEARS OLD AND HOMELESS, An ?i?i?r'.v woman who said ?ii. w ? n .iiin Mary ?eventy-l >? ?' ? olU, walk I into tl ?? ?. .?-.. Ti, i'r-'.'i! t station yestei to i..- pro*. '?? i '??? ; ? 'commolationi ui ... , ...... ,.|. | she 1.? a . "i \? hsn She . \ pis m-d that It i 11? ' llnx ?1 ? had evci b ? n . ol i i?- station, and would noi bave ? me ompelled to, bolng wll bout i hoi .; had i.? en broui .i ng wealth; ., . loving relatives, ...1 ol \. hum ?We nos ?:? .i.l. When told :!..'.: ihe onlj thing thu could bs done was to hold h? on a ? large of vagram-y, sh? )" i- n. ?... i . The n. itron of : i ,: .., t.H.,. tie- ,,; i woman la 1er- own quart?-? un ,i ?hi? a as thorougbl) ! : ind i he w? then laki ? to the il?, n Rt re. t Poj . ? , uri m ?1 ? ommltted to th? ? A STOLEN HORSE I'Rl'ELLV BEATEN i'onrad Laemm I, tweni : ?? old, <?: No 173 v.'v'?? :f sv< . '. . yestsrday afternoon by Polloeinan i.'ppi. ..f the Blxth Pi.?t, while brutall) beating .. bora? .?i M< Klbben sad Hum i...11; st? Tas animal had refused :.. go further, L...??? ....J oui, having ?Yideatij bc.a driv?ta a 6th Av., 20th to 21st 5t. LADIES' SPRING JACKETS short Jackets, Natty Shapes, Black and Colors, New Sleeves, 4.98 Upward. short Jackets In Unfinished Woiv stetis ?uitl Clay Diagonals, Newest Shapes, 7.98 Upward. Short Jacketl in all Wool Cheviots and Worsteds, lined throughout with Satin Fraile?is, 9.98 Upward. Ladies' Capes. Short, Velvet. Silk ami Cloth Capes, Late.?-; French Shapes, 7.98 Upward. NOW OPEN.. ELEGANT ASSORTMENT IMPORTED Trimmed Bonnets and Hats, Showing the latest Novelties in Shapes and Trimmings, together with a choice selection of EXCLUSIVE STYLES from our own workrooms will be shown in our MILLINERY PARLORS, 2nd i loor, TO-] )AY. SILKST 5,000 YARD5 FANCY TAFFETAS, 59e LARGE: VARIETY STRIPES AND I IOURES. LADIES' Silk Waists. [ndis Silk Waists in Mack and Colors, Full Front, Plaited or (iaiheied Back, 2.98 Upward. Taffeta Silk Waists, Fancy ?^tripes, ami Figures, BIoOM Kf?ect, Extrems Kleeves, 3o9? Upward. Fancy Evening Waists in Novelty Silks, Trimmed with Velvet, Chiffon or Laws, Novel styles,. Os75 Upward. Separate Skirts in Cheviot, Serge, Moires and Taffetas, AT LOW PRICES. ...-.- .?? - -. .-.-? i-rt ?? I irn'i'^r'-l ?vhil<- I.'in - , ? ii-..- hon? ? srers maul? , -.-? ;??-.-.??-! The prisoner haul ?. ni- oui; a h ;; tim?i ?? ben '";??)).-i. ????:.-? ?? . ?'!?? ?-.iI-'.-l ? ? ? .-. .-. ? his i?p i? it) He raid I ?? ?d ? ? .?.;.??.' '.'.:.k In fr ??' . ' ? >? f..!?.- I .-?:.- n-.-l ?vn;? . -. >. . ? ' , : I ? x;.' ir.it U.!? ?.-< lO '.: ? !" in? a Ils ?-in i?- .?.-r . - - ?? 1 :?t.-!i Sn. ? ? Police ?_ ?:rt ?>n B ? .-. . ? f t ' ? - '? ? ? ? ? > PRE!"?*. BIMOXSON SOT ai.I.? i\vn> t? ? ri.vv ?? ? part of. Boms ono ??*i rivs i n iljrn In?' nlsht of :> mu M ??! 'r.-..t. ? ? ' ' ? r Her ??r ??Ith !?><? I i S.-:'?i.>.?n. lh? thlrti ,'..?'?'. were MUsd to ?n?-ar In a ?jvcred .? '"ilumbia TTirstrfv Wbtfl ths Um* ? la ? j?r\ th?' pn!|i-B Inform??! th?> ? ???? r-hlld would nol I ? allows?! to -.-?.-. i ? . i permit from th?> Society r ?? ihs ? enllon of ?'ni?l'y to Child****!. Thi? 8*>rs dl<i n??t ! .-. ? ? 1 MiSS .Sini'Tison did GATHERED AROUT Till* TOWN " ' ? ? llttOO ??'. !?;??.'! \t. BtOOS, 'i Iv'.tor Of 'The ?.iii.nl of ?????!.?!.? tro, ' '.t??'> lltnM ?it No i'2 ? a?-, remains unohangod. His I ;.-!???: Ian, Pr wiiiKm v iiu'l??r. said y?**starday ? ?? ? ?s wesh and that his Joints won ? ? ?? ' I '??;?? of brtnarlng him si ? :...- O? rge W Mr-i?r? ?a? 1 yesterds! ?? ? ? ? ?. ? i: :u atlonaj hill would be ? hen II am? up ;-i the Ass. mJ Ij al ? Tt.<- ? -,m.?..?:? of members i I il -n will ba I??.'- as at pn ssnl : '-.-?'. powers will 1-- !???? ;-. : I i .iii i an ?rr.-it i. b en n ids lo provide .?? ru.-??;!?? which will i-? ovemenl on ths ? -.tit*!??ut i-.-in. t.?-? ? ??di ral. Henry P HlWlreth, of ,Vo M .-?nth Osford? ? ? ? ???.?? .? ' . ? . .-? i m bu ' r-York, was mmltttxi to the M ebriate'i y toi . ? m ??:' ib) ' ?? Has ? ? ?? ' nnrll has ai :-.?.-d ? n the Holy her? I ? ? ? ly several weeks ? for Hi ly We k an l ) that < ? ?Ml Sal t-ik:?i .?it ilirouRh th<? painel ba h ?ma >f I M ward B. IValdron, ? 'llnton !??? and ?tole f'-.m th? bach parloi two portiere curtains snd a ? l".il- They also took .i loi of provision? from the baaetnttat. ix AW OB WABPTOM tRBTITVTR ?>? U il?*Tkeley Lyceum th?..-? -?venins an Interest ?.will b? siren for ihs : enefli o" n.ttn!''-'- M ??:-.'. ? ..-:-1 und Indian Indi ai H in ; t'ti. Va, Carl Bchura ?will pn ? well-ki ???? n Kouthern .-? rea.1 fr?'in their own ??? rka and .? quartd ??f Hampton rill i Ins Th? ? Ions ?rill not !??? th? DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING AM) SUMMER. In eonseqnence of the rush in j wholesale trade, during the la*?t week, we have ?secured exclusively (or the Retail, 10 ciihoh of the now Crimped ('repon, to meet the Im? mense popular demand. These and about 6,000 yards of new mixtures, at 7.1 cents to $1?2?5 per varti, will be placed on sale, To-day, March 11th. JAMES McCREERY & CO., Broadwaj and nth st. .... but i ? ' ? down from genera planta ' ? ' ths stu Itnts . : : . i. The . ? ? (ho Ai ? i society of men an '. ; I i ? ? ?: ?sts of 11 imp?. ntui Meml " p dues ar ? P ?? y? .?r. I WPLOYR "F A DBT? CTIVR iORXCT ARRR8TED Julian Kado, of No ? I I t., a di i-mployed by thi Bayer I>el vo At was ai llui M.irk.-: I 'ollce I'ou ? ? ? complainants again ? ? tortion. The finit on ? '- i) on two occa j : ? ; . ? he got whisk ' . . - i > I b) Joseph Oo'.d?! ? - ? ? ? The ? ....-., ?a? not ? ? i? I I ?it it Hi re?ori i. ( ai the Payer I ?? ???? i ? . ? em| toye?! I \ . ? ? > ?-.ler.y I ? " i ;.:.?-..?? ' $1 ?.?> . 1 Love Before Breakfast x 1 By Frank R. Stockton ? The unique love story of a man who finds his 9 fc heart's desire before breakfast time. ?* fe To appear in an early issue of -0 %THE LADIES' HO/UE JOURNAL ?L ^ One Dollar for an Entire Year ^ i(Wr ^llVlcP) Tru TiiE cirris piBi-isHiNa co i. ? .?."V, Pllll 4.D1?LPMIA CffJJ ::?' Mf CARPETS. RARE BARGAINS THIS WEEK, sUytl Wiltons and Dillon Velvet! (the hot-W't-aring Carpet*, madci. NEW SPRING STYLES At Very Moderate Prices. NEW WEAVE INQRAINS Equal m .lT-r? to a Ftruaaala; a r.umbar of piect a?, cfntly ?rat ?hrrmn-h bi-r.'lni?- ?f ?jrntor j?lr-?* wl'l BS <*1fl??f ou? At Priera to Inanre Immediate Bale?. Sheppard Knapp & Co., Sixth Ave., 13th and ?4th Sts, TRIBUNE Almanac 1895 3d Edition NOW READY. 380 jiatjes. Co?tants full returns \ of the phenomenal elections of ?S94. Also the uctr Constitutional A uictulmetits. A ttmerous item* of interest to all citizens. An En? cyclopedias of statistics* 6ti'ictls uon-?xtrtisan. Cents a Copy. Ordor through anv ne\vstle?*d?ft or fron THE TRIBUNE. 25 Income Tax] Text o? The New Law. The Tribune's pamphlet contains the full text, ver? batim. The questions which arise in the minds of the public can be answered by reference to The Tribune's pamphlet. Order through any news? dealer or direct from The TjjJaifl??, /