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cloth, poor sewiiig- uo matter bow oheap our prlcea appear. Heavy weighl mized clicviots, deep sailor eollara, arool-lined nt 94 ; (eap?J ererooats, same material, $6.) Frieze reefew for toiiph wear and waiineli. auvs ?; io 10, $0.75; agea 11 to 1(>, tl more. Chinchilla?a trifle warner, a l>it more styic, bnl not as tongh; $7.50 aml 18.450. Short top coata of b1nemelton,aingl6 Weaated, wool-lined, $8; and every tliin^ elM boya wear. RooEBa Pbet & Co Prlnce ar. t Bl i *'?} Wairen and 1 i Thtrty-*e. ? r..! .-, ? l la >:? HOME NEW8. mOMIXBNT ABRlVALi AT THB H0TEL8. \STi>.: aeman Jacob l.-fcv-r. of New Taltz \ Y H :', NSUI.'K A. i Forb*>?-L*alth, of J.on.ion. FIFTH WKNI'K Congreaaman Qa>J! ? Groa if Pem I R >arland R. M ?.f Buffalo: Mra Stanley Matthewa, of Waahlngton, and .1 - ? :, r-raon. M VRLdl ?BOUOH gena:. r ..;. ? J .-.. ' M.i..-. N. Y. MK I RO POLE i'ongr< '-men Jamea 8. Sherman, ol 1 tlca: .Wllllam H. H ?.???:. "I Pi lonla, ,.t. >,.'"? ?'!':*:_; Chlokerlng, N. Y. PARK AYEM K : ,urke, I'nlti I Pl ite* Army. *4VALI>ORF v ???.'. im Plnkney Wnjrta, of Maryland VVIX SOR Judg* William I* Put* jaam, of tbe I'nlti . Bi it*a Clreult C*url ?f AppaaH. WHAT M OOING ON TO-DAY. Annual meeting of T*cbl Raclng Unlon of I.ong: laland. Parlor P, Flftb Avenue Hotel, 1 p. m. Baetlng to commemorat* tba cilaaaaa ot the Oom BDuii J .va* Couit. Oeneral Term room, 2 p m. MlSsa dlnner of 9eawanbab*-Cortathl*a Yarht Club. Hotel Urunswi.-k. 7:341 p. m. -~?< Club, uo.fi arnuameei .;.? p m. Festlval of iVabody Home for Old Women. 2:3C p. m. Annual ball ot Bepubttca* Club of XXVIIIth Aa? aembly Dlatrlct, Central Opera House. Receptlon of Bnalaaaa Woman'* Auxlllary of ?Woman's Natlonal Republioan A*."orlatlon. I.enox ?'].ib room.?. Plr.ner a- CM* Clob for the Oommlssion on l.eRla latioti Affectlng Otl.s of the Secotul an.i Thlrd Claa*e* Dunraven Inveatlgattng committre at the N. T. T. C. bouae, !? s. ? NKW-YORK CITY. The pabNe 1* warned t.y the charlty Orcanlza tion flactety agalnal a jroang man gtvlng vartaaw Baat**, receatljf those of Pavenport and Rogers. ani prafeaslng to have a brot-i.r ln anotb*-r -Ity. lo roR-h Whlch be isk* f..r monfy. At other time? he a-?ka ai.i to Ud* him over tintil he enters a j.os'tlon klnttdy taaaaad. B* is about flve f*ft four Inches in heitrTit. ha* brown evea and a sllght caat ln one of them-hua th.- peneral appearance of a Bpartlag man. His a.!dre*s is Kood and his atory la ronnected He has pre?nted forc. I let? ter* of Introductlon and is nnworthy of asslst anoe. I The emrattement has been nnnounoe.l of Miss Kthel Hartaberne, dauejbter of the late Jamea M. Hartshorne. to Arnold Wood. aon of William H B. Wood. of thla * Ity. The <"*harity <lr?anlzatfon Soelety appeals to th' public for BB for the benefit of a mother and daughter. for whom the r.e'-essary help rannot b? otherwlso ob'ained The ,iau?hter ls stiff'iln* from Bervona tirostratlon. bavlng broken down under the stvain of supportlnR her.?=elf anrl hei nifed and Infirm mother. Cotitributlons may be sent to the general rc-eretary at the BOCtetv'a eetitra offlre. Ualted <Tiar1t>s Bulldlng, No. Bi Ka?t Twenty-aeeon.l-st.. an.i arlll be publlcly nnd jiromptly acknowleo'ge.l. The monthly meeting of the. Chamber of Com? merce will b<- beM on Thuraday nt i2:so p. m. a' the rooms of the Chamber, ln Nassau-st . betweer Cedar and I.-berty at* The Executlve Ccmmlttee of the Rr?:herhood ol Tallora was i.usv yeaterday preparing for the open? lng of the two co-operatlve shops. The Brother h-ood has appropri.ite.1 $1,000 to be_in wlth and mor. money wlll be obtatned lf lt ls necessary. Th. ehops !ia\>- r* Hved i>romls--s of plenty of work frtecretary Robinsvm sald yesuriay, from som* o; ?the largest mannfax-turers of clothlng in the clty Thn contrac-tors who locke,l out the tallors wll' flnd it dlffli-tilt to get unlon taliors BhoaM they keer. their shops cbwed much longer. as the> locked-vuj ir.en wlll all have obtalned work elsewhero. Simuel tlompers. the recently elected presldtnj of th.- Ataerlcan Federatlr.n of I*itvr, was roya'.ljj recelverl at Clarendon Hall yeaterday by the CcM tral Labor I'nion. .Mr. Gompers leavea here -oj day fOT 1: Hanapolla, where the sen.-ral ortl.-es o: the Ferlrration are locate.l. Ha maln a .-?, yeatenlay an;l bale goo'Jhy _for the present to bfj brother workmen in this clty. IXJURBD 0\ THK BRIDOE. Charles Harwoo.l, tw*nty years old, a clerk, oi No. 3276 l>e Kalb-ave , Hrooklyn, while on his way home eariy y. -tc-rdny mornlni; fell between the platform *>f a car at the New-York end of the Brooklyn Hri lge. He was so ba.lly ln.lured that an ambuiance was called. an.i Dr. Kt-nerson took hlm to Hadaoa Street Hospltal. There lt was found that llarwood was aufferlng from a cerebral B8TABU8HBP 1148 sii rn:s NKW-VORK STORES. | BROORXTM STORF.S. DROAriWAT, COR. 3IST-8T.. AND ID-AVC. AND I3SD-8T. Broadway and Bedford-ara. Fulten-Bt. .nd Flntt'UBii-.T?. and Greenp-jlnt & Manhatt.n a?ea Stor-a Osea Meaday an.l Tueaday Bvtalaaa You'll tbank us for reininding you tliat there an* plcnty ot si/.cs lefl tiiis morning iu those Scotch Hoinespuns and Tweetl Men'i Suits, rediieed from 122, $25 and 128 to $15?eapecially sinall si/cs, :>_> to 36 breaal measnre. Three l?>ts of $25 Snita are added to the coWectiou to-day. Aboul VM paii are left of the $5 Tronsers; reduced from :?<?, $6.50, j*7 ami $8. Ab ra ,i B way A- Slat-at. Bl?*a only i . Wool ll. b* (30c. Valui l, ."? i alr, $l."0. :i fl T-", OIov, ? To-day, 11.39 !?. \..ii kn.i.v . u 80c. Neekwrar? Royi Reefera Keduced rr,,Mi sn ?? M.T8, ? -| m n ? i-: ? pr mptlj Blled. BKOAVWAY* VOR* 818T ST, J-fttV pJlNTfe pNE fil?NITURfc SHOWROOMS are being daily crowded "ith the mo-t ar tjstic furniture ever collected together, plainly markfNJ, at half coal of manufactare. Onr enormous trade this Chri-.tin.is forced us lo stop work on pieces in progresa and devote all assistance to delivering. We pay creat attention tn the highest gradei of furniture, but the reeils of buvers with more taste than money are rarcfully provided lor. Designi in the bcst styles of ail pcriotls, including Colonial, Louis XVI. and Empire. A visit to our bcautiful warerooms will amply repay one. "BUfOFTMrZ MAKEh" Geo. C.Flint Co* 4-3.45and 47 WEST 23?ST. NEAR BROADWAY. FACTOfiY: 154-and 156 wzst !9?yTR?F.T Great Clearing Sale !! CARPETS 9 UphoIsteryCoods and Lace Curtains. BABGABta l\ i:\kiiv DEPABTMBXT. FURMiTURE. A <-,?? l Bcmnanta ot our H IMajr Bl. Pll ? . I'll; gilt and naiural wooiai, Cou Ka*y i"h?irs tall our own ,i;.ii- i.- ry work), wl a. ft. ? ? ?? ? il Al Aboul 1z Value. SHEPPARDKMPf&CO., BIXTB AV.. 18TB AMi 14TB B3T8. hemorrh.trf., concuaHion of th? braln and a ba l sralp wound. Th* ?un v< thal h. reotrVer, and late last nlghl he wa* r. su:ik quletly. WE8TCHE8TER < <>!.XTY. TONKBR8. The real es-ate market In Yonkor.4 was qulet last w.ek. Henry W. Jordon bougbt of Charlea ll. Ba*b*ni lot* fl and M of the Bherwood Hill property forlu.'i . Adolt Kleln boughl lot No 80, in Walnut* *t., forft ?'. nnd two lota oi the Baat Bld* Lan l Con* pany soM for i'.-*'. Two Intereatlng me^tlngs were held yesterday at the Toung Men'a Chriatlan Aaaoclation. J. Perry Worden, of Hasttnga, addreaaed the young men. and the Boya* Brancb had a mualcal aervlce, in arhlch the ch.ir boya of St. Andrew'a Memorlal Churcb and an orcheetra of boya took part, The falr whlcb opened on Thuraday nlghl at St. Josejih'^ Hall. in Ashhurtoii-ave., in aM of St. Jaaaph'a Chureh, cloeed Baturday night, lt was largely attended, and a neat aun has been reallaed An unuaually interestins musical programme was .-arrie.i oul last night ;.t St. John'a Eplacopal Chureh as an additional Chrlatmaa aervlce. Miss Qavette gave tln.... recltatlona fr..n. Handel'a "Iteaalah." Herman Qrelnert, "f Trlnlty Chapel, New-Torb, Baag a *. lectlon from tbe oratorlo of "<'bristvi-." by Mendelssohn, and the full elioral Mrvice was aung by the choil. A apeclal meetlni of the Common Coundl has been cu'ied t,,i thla evenlng by Mayor Peene to lix uppro priatlons. Oa Thuraday night an opportunlty wlll be glven the |.< ij.ie of the clty to hear the large organ Juhi compl ? ?'? .'' the new I'it -t !:? rformi .1 Chureh, In South Broadway. R, Huntlngton Woodman, wbo d tho Yonker* Glee Club aome year* ai:.., \?ill play. Mme. Lllllan Blauvelt and R. B. Bmlth wlll alng I. Bi mner B irnatlne, ?f thla clty, has been ap? polnted to a f-\'."" clerkanlp ln the offlce ..; Burro ? Ikman ln VVhlti Plain*. ll*' wlll entr- up ri hla dutli - on January 1. The Plml Reformed nnd Flral Preabyterlan Bun day-achoola wlll hold tbelr Chrlatmaa .-? evenlng._ Ann<mrrT7i?nt?. Perfc-t patterna and pure woo] are found in Otiwpartbwait'i Rell 10* Weal Itth Bt., i ar flth Av*. .."???'?.. # Ba* V^1 Mary Ander^118 Early Days c" the s*age The second oM^^*?, biographical art.ck er fa _, ^ of her first trials, n fc ^ her first success. * LADIES' HOP JOURNAL | Tea Cenls oa t '** News-stand Tbe Cortla Publlahlai C?ipany, PhUadelphla uafB r m ???' >.?) ri LflTiayi> UAstLT TJtUBL 11 B| aawawji ? f l/lJVli,'I -UksS-^a , ey lOOTM-AVBMIlJIlg ??th t? 811ft ?tirwt. SWEEPINC REDUCTIONS ZSS^SSLSSi =??_-_ ?-===== actual loss to protect themaelvcs. Our buyer secured an inimenae line at his own prlce. The Ba.anc* of our stock of these garments will be piaced on sale to-day at pr.ces that wlll enablc quick buyers to secure values such as these: a> Jackets. Boucle Cheviot Jackets, rough effects, box or high button shapes, former price l? 75SALE PRICE 4 ()g High Front jackets of Importcd rough Cheviot and Persian Cloths. lined with plain or fancy silks, former price 11.75, ^u^} 6.50. ElegaM Boucle jackets, high button fronts, ripple backs, velvet collars, for? mer price 18.;."?. OVER 50 8TYLES IN New Winter Jackets in Tan Kersey, Persian, English Curl, LESS DUK HALF USUAL PRICES. Capes. Persian Cloth Capes, full circulars, trimmed with black Thibet fur, silk lined, former price 12.75, SALE PRICE 6.50. I )oubIc Opes of Imported Otter Cloth, full sweep, elegantly braided and jet trimmed, former price 17.50, SALE PRICE 7.98. Circular Capes of English Seal Phish, trimmed with line furs. lined with heavy silk. former price 17.98, SAUL^CJ 9J5 Rich Imported Yelour Capes. elabnr ately braided in jet. trimmed with tinc furs, former pricc 55.00, SALE PRICE 29. ???~*?-*'S*^*5?- . Fur Capes. >French Seal Capes. full sweep, heavy ailk linings, 27 and 30 inches long, for? mer price l 7.50, 5A'-E PR,CE 7.98. Astrachan Fur Capes, bright. close curl, entire skins. full sweep, 30 inches long, former price 26**50, Sju___p_jc_ j * <98< Wool Seal Capes, full circular shapes, storm collar and edging of Alaska sable, former price 29.75, SALE PRICE 4.98. Electlic Seal Capes. deep collar, new est circular shape, 27 inches long, for? mer price 37.50, SALE PRICE | mm Fur Jackets. Astrachan Fur lackets, best quality, most desirable shapes, former pnce *SAia raacB 39,00. Flectric Seal Jackets, high button fronts, extreme styles, former pnce 3ALEPWCB 49#Q0 Alaska Seal l.ickets, extreme style, best quality, former price was 279.00, salejwb J5O.OO LABGE ASSORTMENT FINE FUR CAPES i.v Mink, Sable, Seal and Black Marten AT LESS THAN HALF REGULAR PRICES. ?fc sa 1 r \a) A.3STITXJJLL SALE OF T S MUSLIN UNDERWCAR.^ We betrin our jrreat annual sale of Women's Huslin Underwear. Thousands of pleces will go at prlces that a few I I TO"Day?MOnday, monthSaKo would have astounded the manufacturers. A striking illustration of THE BIQ STORE'S profit-sharing ; l method of merchandisintf is shown in these columns. ,j L.tdleB' Gowm ir. cambrlc or Bne mus Un, nlld yoke of tucks an I Inaertl .na of embroidery or lace. blajh necb or Empire ef fecta, Drawrn ln flne mualln, eambrle or lawn, umbrella or rearular shapes, elaborate ly trimmed wlth tucks, lace or embrotdery, and Skirta of flne muslln, or cambric, um brella or regular Bhapes, full sise, trimmed with rufilos of embrol lery or lace, 59 C. Onr Lot Drawrn, Bne mualln, wlth two J clustera oi tui ka ind l< ep ruffl, ??' ?? nbi >ld ? , > aleo Bkdrta il Un rn lelin dtep flounce lli of'cumbrie, uimmed wlth clUBtered tucka, M (. 39 C. Ladlcs' Gown* of fln* qttalltjr muslln or cambrlc, circular .ir ?quare. yokee, or Em> piro effecta, y,.k" ne k and ?leevea hand ?omely trlmmed with erobroldery or lacea Skirt* of cambrlc or flne mualln, un-.hr.'lla and r-'pular *hapes, trlmmed with ruffle* ?nd Ineertlon ..f l?ce or embroldery, ?nd iiraweri "f flne mualln, laarn or cambrlc, umbrella or ropul.-ir shai>*-s, elaboratHy trimrnori with Ineertlon* nnd ruffles of em? broldery an.i lacea, 79 c. One Lot Ch<*mlseii, <>xtra flnp o,uality of cambrlc or mualln, circular "r tquare necke, elaborately trlmmed wlth Ineertlon* and ruffle* ..i flne lacei or embrolderies, 49 C. Ladlea' Gowns of extra flne cambrlc or niusiin, full plalted backs, baadsomely trimmrii with Ineertl ma and rumVs of tlne embrotdery or ia ?<?, all New Btyles. Sklrta ??[' Bne cambrlc or muslin, regular or umbrella ahapes, iiwn .>r cambrlc ruffles, handaomely trimmed wlth lacea or embrolderlea. Generoua wldth, and Drawcra of extra flne quality of cambrlc, law:: r mua? lln, umbrella or regular shapea, handa imely trimmed with Insertlona ar.l deep ruffles of rin<> laces or erabrolderies, also clustored tucks, 98 c. One Lot Coraet Covrrs of extra flne cam? brlc, V, aquare or low n?ck, trimmed with flne embrotdery or lacea, 19C t0 59c Ladies' Gowna. Skirta, Draweri anl Skirt Chemisea of rine lawn cambrl mualln, elrcular, sauare, v or Bmptre efl elaborately trimmed wlth eluntt-red tucks, Inaertiona and rufflea of embroldery or lace, 1.19 and 1.29. One Lot Good Mnalin Draweri wlth elUSter of tttCkS an.l dei p ruttle ol en,: rjld ery, 29 c. Onr> Lat Draweri', nooil truslln wlth deep hem and ClUBter ,,f TuckH, 19 C. <)r." Lot SXtra flne Govni, Chemlaea, Drawers, Skirts aad Corset Covera Bllghtly Bolled, at prlCSa far below theli actual valua. (is ANNUAL SALE OF p HOUSEKEEPING LINENS,BLANKETS,QlIILTS,&c.v It necds but a glance at the following items to tell one of the grand values to be seeured at this great sale. DAHASKS. imasl yd. I 150 pieces l.oom Damask, usual price fi 35c, 25c ^*? 250 pieces l Inbleached Damask. usual <djL Price 45c, 35cyd. ftt J 150 pieces Bleached Damask. usual ^ price 55c 45cyd. \ 1.000 pieces Tvvilled Crash, usual L price W .z., DAHASKS. ^."iO pieces Bleached Damask, usual price 65c., 50cyd. 150 pieces Bleached Double Damask, usu;il price i*?c, 59c yd. 79c 150 pieces 1 xtt.i Heavy Double D.im ask, usual pnce l.OO, yd. .*>00 pieces 24-indl fir.rss Towellitlg, usual pnce 16c., I2lc **2 yd. NAPKINS. 1.000 doz. Sb all Linen Napkins, usual price 1.35, 98c doz. 1,000 doz. S Double Damask Nap? kins, usual price 1.98, 1.50 doz. T.iO doz. 'I Damask Napkins. usual price 1.50, 1.25 doz. 750 doz. % Damask Napkins, usual price 2.50, 1.98 doz. GREAT VARIETY IJ Hemstitched and Fringed J) TABLE SETS ?? At Greatly Reduced Prices. ^ TOWELS. I 500 doz. Hemmed Huck Towels, V usual price 15c, * -9 each. 500 doz. extra lar^e Hemmed Huck Towels. usual price 1*c. 4 12,c 2 each. 250 doz. Hemstitched Towels. usual price 'IJc, 19c each. ?*v GREAT VARIETY BEMMED AND HEMSTTTVHED LINEN AM) MU8LIN 8HEET8 AND PILLOW CA8E8 AT LOWE8T PBICE8, CLEARINO OUT TIIE BAL ANCE OF OUR 8TOCK OF BLANKET8 AXI) BED SPHEADS AT A GREAT REDUCTION ON FORHER PRICES. ?^^Mr %i*rJ^jfd**'*0%S*~*HSmm yy -?Illi: W0R8BIP OF 81 CCB88." DR. i:.M.vsr"i.i' i'i ?-"' v.' ; ; WHAT HB CONMD I its \ QR< <\\ INU EVIL. Al Bl rjeorge'j ; copel Chureh yeaterday tb* Itev. l>r. w. B. Ralnal rd *pokc < n the "Dangera ol Wor*hlpplni Burceaa," foundi i on Un propbeey r.f the aadenl il hermen arha prorrtlpped tti-ir net* and offered up Incenee to tbelr trawla ?"iv.?? won ilp of ra MU," be nnia. "!? tb* iwinfr ln thi* country. it i* a vuin. beaetfal *roreblp. We wtro 4.11 RraarM nt tho vulitar <ll?p!;iy hi ,\ w*.Mlng hr-.l this laat full. The wiinic pi i.??? w.- turned tip alrie down. Ht-re, again, wa* the worn.'ilp of ttic net aml trawl. lf w* ? ahlp aucceaa, every other con alderatlon I* lald . Ide In trade It makea bualneaa men unacrupuloua, ll atake* capltalleta end laborera tear up tba tn . I btndlng. and *ol*mn oontrmct* nrbera th*- intereeta ? >! eltber *een to dlctat* *urh aetlon. 111 polltlca, Natlonal honor an.i weU-betng ar* lald aalde or forgottea n or.i.-r to f.iiuw ..ut u.i* falaa aorablp, aad II trea eatera lato hp>>i-m. i know arhareot I apeak ?ii..n l aay 11? ? t ?jantlemoa don't ra.-e ,,r r,.w a.? they dld tw-nty rear* a*r... Now there I* a reckleea *l<-t*-rtnlnii11..ti t.i will at any prlre. "Ho thi* **m* w.-.r.v-.:,-? -*u**a u.? to wlsh for fort un?, our own rollegr to w!n rlght or wrong, our own party to win rlght or wrong, or our own court try in any ? mtroverby to aucceed, aad tboaa arbo .?;?.;ik thua forgel thal thera la .1 Chrtat For thua to argua is !?. ;.,k . : i agalnal Ood aad a^i right aouaneaa. That, bowavar, Iaa blg aaatraet AU thla an.l a Kreat dsal more 80888 frnm arorahlpplag OUT own BUCCI l Raferrlai to tha Vaaeaaslaa ajueatlen baaaldi "Wa don'l aam even bo much aa to think of .1 war, whlch arould be m everlaatlng dlurace lo our Natlon and ,i aetbaek lo clvUlaatton Thoae who have done ao, whether tbey be food people or not, are dolng whal they can t.> Htir un and develop ui thal 8a falsa and w.ir.at m our i.pla Bul lal ua Rlni up our lolna for a rlghteoua war, ,i war whlch makea mountalna lower unl oauaea raagh plaeaa lo 8m piansd and our \.iiriM io ,?[?>? nut iii wM.at,. wiMcrni'Maea ara hh^I tnnirucMi prevall upon the l'rlmv of IVace, anl tlxht lita ceaaea: a war aaalnat lanoratieo, mlaery, aelllaU ti.-s and aln, and ? w,.r agalnal all tbal tbnraiH and hold* i, ick th.' human ra * "Boli mnly vow to Joln Ui thla w.tr. ani ,>ur mat land it lani maj be the blggcet and rleheal and al?o the greateel among naUona ot th<- i;irth." THK BABCBAIQ MAY HK I.OST. Mtirltltne elrelaa ar.? ronslileraMy alarnied for the aafety af tin> tbrae maatod Brltlah *ic*i ?hip Har rtatg. The veaael *Hile.l front thls port ?n the Bal of la*t Aprll, an.l nttlbbag lias beaa hoird of lirr slr.<-?. Bhe |a destlned f..r HlianKhat, and ln cargoed wlth caae oll. Hor rommander, Captaln iMaquo, ls well known In *hlpp!n* olrcl*a her*. and t* a oareful ut 1 oompetent matter. The llarcralg ls ot 2,061 tona reglstar.