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Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Soap. OX THE WAY TO THE TOMB. PROGRFP? OF THE PRESIDENT AND OTHER GUESTS OP THE CITY. a raauTT ???tp?? arras, major stxhclbt AT.T, ARMCS TI'JT POUTS THOU IS TH1 GRANT PARTY. When Preald ? x?' Kin! y reached th- Fifth Avenue Hotel at '.i.l? a. m. yesterday, riding in an opon e.irrl'ip?? drawn by four handsome and vel!-ma*chcd horses, am! sccompai ! 1 by Cen? erai H- r".i ? Porter and Mayor Strong, bs found Bojuadroa A drawn Up :?) Single line , ? the east side of tha avenue fronting th?? hotel, ready t ? receive him. .and a great ? wd of citisene, who sent up a succession of hearty cheers aa the Chief If agiatrate ??.' ti-e Nation cime in view. It va? Major McKlnley's fust viali to Rew-Tork ein-e his nomination and election to the Presa? der.ry. As lie rode down the avenue from the "Windsor the nattering tribute he received from the r^ople who thronged the stre.ts must have convinced him of tin- warm place he holds in the hearts of the citizens of th?? metrop 'Us. Fair hands waved handk? r ? ; fa end flags, and shouts o" I ire went up from thousands of loyal thr, ata The Pr?sident freqn ntly lift?.: hi-- hat in a. \ of the plaudits of the populace, Whll? bla rudd) face was wreathed in smiles, lie bad rha ? early to prepare for the cere? nonlei ' f the day, ami when Mayor Strong and Get, ral I 1er ? Slled for him at the Windsor he and ?? m Klnley and Ihe family of his brother Ab?;? ? ilshlng breakfast in their private dining-; ? >m Th? tarried ? f !W min? ? front entrance ol Ihe Fifth Ave? nu? > rarrled to VI Pi eel dent Hi I ;.t. v.h . was waiting in tl I ? ? ? ?. pj icorted by memi ? ? ? : ml)" | to'' G: Another ? up as Mr. H Por er trove at s l;\ ' irned Into ; ?. ?. ? Major R rt to the party ptlon . th th( wann enthu aor In the White : ..:-... ? Bell) p< ?ni? .1 .ait by the ; ? the street cor- ; : . ? . ai the Fifth j ? as the 111 of c . ; around th ?? ? any app : : Gild Ion. '.BIN ? ? OTHERS : the Cabinet s ion end Be? rotary ? ! . II nry W. ? ' \\ kin :: Gra r d ? ?rltb G nera! fi . ? ?Var; F. ::. Wllherboe f-1? : r. The carriage aa? : I . sfi le, the Brilleb .'..? - Ing turnouts for t! s ? : . iti Corps. Chaur.cey M. Depew ae c .?. I entertained him with ; I Grani on the way to Mr. ' plsu led, ?t.? : in response 1 the fro? he? le fi] uro In th?? ?ej rture from il ? Fifth Avenue, Il?! \ : ? ' 19 West ?i ty-nlntti '? r. R ? i's companion. As *?"'.? big form of ? In \ lew, he ippl tuse. Other ? : enrriages were Gei : and Ihi ?? . ?. ? . ??? Army snd afterward Gen? ral Grant; Ma? jor-? ? Nelson A .'?' ? ? itenant-Gen I :. ?.? : .? . . Generals Ruger, Howard, McC lecrana Augur, Wright, Pa '?'.'?. Dana, Reynolds, Buell, Blgel, Lew. Wal? I :" at, Palmer ai II Ige; ltetired Admirals Bralne, Weaver, Ammon, Upshur, Ghe?jradl, Benbam, Btanton, Erben and ?.'arpenter, end E? u Admit !'. Iknap and Broa ?. .STAUT OF THE ??RANT FAMILY. The departure of th^ members of General C' it's family trun the Fifth Avenue Hotel for the tomb was sot for 9:13 o'clock, and an hour previous Mrs. Grant, with her children and grandchildren, gathered In the preen room off tho parlor of tho hotel. Tiny received a number erf filen:'.? who called, among them General Miles, General Scbofleld and Speaker Reed. At 9:1?? the committee to:d Mra Grunt that the car? riages were waiting. Mrs. ??rant, who had been seated at one end of the parlor with her heavy crepe veil thrown hack, arose nr.d took the arm of her son. Colonel Frederick D. Grant. She moved slowly to the cleyator and went down? stairs. At the do.r she was met by Hiram Hitchcock, of the committee, who escorted her to the carnai???. Mrs. Giant seemed to be in excellent health. After she had taken her seat In the carriage a number of those who had gathered stood with uncovered heads waiting for the Carriage to start Sh?? smiled and bowel to those standing by. Sh?? was accompanied in tho carriage by Coin..?! and Mri? Frederick D. Crant and Miss Julia Grant. As p.on as all Trere seated a heavier cloak was thrown over Mrs. Grant's shoulders, the door was ?napped snd the carriage whirled away under a epe? lai escort, The other members of the family fol? lowed. In th?? second carriage were Mrs. Retile crant Sartoria, Algernon Sartoria, Miss R? mary Partor?? und Miss Vivian Sartori". In th? third carriage came Mr. and Mrs. Ulysaei l; Grant, Jr., Master U. B. Crant. 8d, and Master U. I. Grant. 4th. Next came Miss M nia in Grant. Master Chaffee Grant, Miss Julia Crant snd Mies Fanny Grant. The next carriage con? tained Mr. and Mrs. Jesu?? H. Crant, Miss Xellie Grant and Master Chapman Crant Two ?.ther carria?feo arere occupied by Mr. and Mra M l Cramer. Mra Jssss tirant Cramer and Mra Vir? itela Grant Corbtu. A HEART! RRCaWnOR. The carriages containing President McKinley and the other pr minent guests Of the city were preceded by General Daniel Butterfleld and etaff and mounted poli? ??. and Ih? ? cam. Troop A. At each side of the President's carriage rod? Messrs. l'eck ami BsybSl, the special detail ? n th?? way down from th?? Windsor President Mc? Klnley had been greeted heartily from ibi? win? dows of the 1'njon League Club, and as his car? riage whirled along Muillson-ave. <n the wax uptown he found another warm greeting at the Impure Biood Eating rieh and hearty food, s wee? s and fats in winter, close confinement and breuthlng vitiated air in office, store, ?hop. houw. factory or aohool? room, Manga sai LA nly makes the blood Impure. | 3KC !"?1 ?niptlons, bolls, pimples, humors, are the result Di?l ????, indigestion and many other troubles are also caused by impure blood. assaetta? I patilla la the b?si?In fact the One True Blood Purlflw. Ut~*Ai~ Dille cure BBtaasa, Indigestion, nOOU 5 fills biliousness, 2Z cents, Hood's New-York Yacht Club house. Its decorations were handsome and stretched away across the street, and gave somewhat the effect of a tri? umphal arch at the beginning of the thorough? fare. The President repeatedly raised his hat In ac? knowledgment of the cheers along the whole route. Those In the carriagea following chatted and gazed Ini rested!y al the lavish decorations. When the party turne,1 Into Fil'th-ave. and passe ?I up to ih.? Plasa at Plfty-nlnth-st they met a regular torrent of ai plauso, The decora tions here were also Isvtsh, rod th??? three biiT hotgJSjSMndlng si the gates of the Park were Bwatn?a In tlaus and bunting. The Presiden? seem? d ?? enjoy the ride exceed ImMy and he chatted with General Porter and Mayor strong In the livellasi fashion. He fre? quently pointed out something thai attracted bla attention, and once or twice his hearty laugh was heard above th?? noise of the street. Th?? decorations In Pifty-nrnth-St., nt the Catholic Club and otli-M? places, wer?? especially lavish, and were admired by those in the carriages. When the Riverside Drake was reached the great wall of stands that had sprung up like mush? rooms was found fairly well peopled, although if Was rome time before the parada was expected | Th?? faint cch'? <>f a tumultuous ch( er carriel I by the wind told those ftnth? ? Up the rout?? I that the Prealdenl waa coining, am1, those in the stands nro.j,? ;?> get a cllmpse of the Prealdenl I and his party. When a 111:11 in the road ! brought to eight the stately mausoleum, most 'of those in the carriagea containing the gin sis ? leaned out to get a glimpse of it. scusi: at the mausoleum. GATHERING OP THE CROWDS AND AR? RIVAI, OP THE PRESIDENT. m BTAMTMI WELL FILLED. BUT TII!) COLD WIXTJ MADE PB 1 ?:?:: PEEL EXCEEDINGLY, UNCOMFORTABLE, It is true that tin situation of the Grant Mon? ument is as nearly Meal as human reason can expect, yet tie 1 were som? persona near it yes? terday who thou; in their own situations ??>: al? together Ideal. The west wind that came a? ron the broad v.atci found Us way through thick clothing and chilled them clear thrfURh, and those who ?ame the earileat, to make suro of their places, were chilled worst. Those who foresaw the danger and brought winter over? coats and wraps were the most f< minute, but there were many who appeared to have COms expecting a summer day. To the eye the scene was perf? t. Th? monu? ment ro*e majestically above the masses of peo? ple, th? simple dignity of Its architecture rell? red Cnly by a few palms fast, ne<l with purple bands to the columns on its in tit. The '?' lora of spring ; were all about, In the tn ? a and th ? gra and on ? the shores across the river. Up the river was , the. familiar vi??,.? of the Palisades, slways best ? under morning sunlight, while the Hudson Itself ' was lost in misty distance mita away. Down ' below lay the warshl] s. bright with ?aca, with I smaller vessels, busy with trade or pleasure, I going up and down among them. The feeling that the di ad rest better In beau? ! tiful places Is one which tun tes the living only. It Is for the living, too, that monuim nts are ! built, to Inspire their lives with the memory of | the lives and the deeds of tin- great and the nob:? dead. But, whether tl choice concerns the living or the dead, it would be hard to find in any country a better spot for the resting pine? and the monument .,t t! hero of a nation than the ene where the Grant Monument Btar.de. It has the most beautiful river of the world before It. and It looks down to wh re the ships come in from all th.? nations ? f the world, that learned to honor the hero almost as his own country did. Th??. la a burial platee of other I.'io.s further up the river, a spot of \ beauty, where Grani learned to be a soldier, and thei?.? he might have be< ? buri?ed, too. but his tombs here has aiOUttd It th, gr? BtCSt city of his country, and It was here that he wished to Ho. Th" tomb of Grant Is In tb? most beautiful, the best and the most truly fitting place that could be chosen for it. Boms such thoughts as these must have been in the minds of many who went ? to that tomb y stcrday, even bt fore ti.?? President brought than to the minds of all who heard his voice. RAISING THF FLAG. The flaft was raised at sunrise at tie?? north of the tomb. The members of Crant Post, G. A. It., hud the honor of raising the fine;. They were at the place a little before the Una g|? pointed, and Putnam Bradhrf Strofi;,' was there to represent hie father, ilia Mayor. The flag went up exactly at sunrise, and was greeted with cheers from the crowd, for there was a little crowd gathered cm ? as early as that. After that the people kept coming teeter a:,d faster tin the time for beginning ths sicrrlasa. and Indeed till some time beyond that, for they were not all there till tho moment for the ap? pearance of tho procession. Of course, thoae who had no Beats reserved for them on any of the stands came earliest. They wandered about and Inspected the monument and th?? Hiamis and gazed long at the warships, and than, after the crowd began to be tnor<> denae, th? y nought put positions where they thought that (heg To Intending g Telephone Subscribers ? The Main Office of the S Contract Departmenl o( ?* Ihe New York Telephone ?H Company has moved ?> from 18 Cori land t Street ? to 15 Dey Street. The J$ Uptown Branch Ofi?ce ? $ remains at ? 15 West 33tii $ $ Street. $ 'A \0 i I ? 1 hcri? ari? new ?*>,.'1?0 Trl?|ihono 'tu. jX 4?\ Us?t |s Vu ?.iik lit). *1 .ti i mom hat?-, Dirn-t V-. ?V lise, BOI In..il ^??MU<??, IH ????G, l'art ? r* ? lin, glia parles*. ijP e uid aee to the be ; advantage whatever parta of the exerclaei they most cared to see. To notice the real revi ? nee with which many in the crowd looked at the tomb and seemed lo d the whole a remony as a serions tribute io a man who deserved It at the banda of hia countrymen, considering It by ? o m ?*'>.' H S mere ahow, r.a.; ??? get ? cheering glimpse of patriotic feeling and to be assured that the crowd waa not mad?? up wholly of mere sight- ! . but largely of men and women wh thai they were doing all tha honor thai I coul ? by tluir presi nee to the mi mory of tneir own hem, and were making themselves part of the dedication of a memorial which would last . many coming gem rations of a great man nho was their fellow-citlsen. ?hi: HELPED TO MAKE ME PRES." A atory was told of an old colored man. who ' rame as near to the monument as the police lines PRESIDENT M'Kl KLEY SPEAKING. ? ! roi ? ? shot would let him and asked the policeman sta? tioned tb. te io lay a little bun i. m violets at the door ?if th" tomb 101 .... ig: "He hi lp? d make me a fn ? " The storj also says that the policeman did it. If he did, he show? I more caro for tl of citisene than of the Park poll? ? .ini. t?,? ..?'br v.hl? h rved waa excellent, and ti" general re? sult of th.? work .??' the ?...p,?.? ?ras perhaps ail that ? ould be ? I, but e of tl < m si I ime h mors delight in getting people out of . ^ here lb?. hi d no technical ? ight to ? ? than they showed m getting others Into the places where they bad every right to be. Cut. no doubt, .v.?:! the Park policemen had their Tiny said they did, when thej hap? pened to bo confld i.tial and good*humored for .; ? oment At 1<J o'clock the Bpaoe where people could stand to aee ile? procession or anything elee was pretty well taken up, but th?? stands were still comparatively enpty. One reaaon tor this, of coins??, was that those who bo! numbered tick? ets fe?t that they could come ami find their .-eats waiting for them whenever tbey lik<d, si ? another was that the reserved sent- wer.? evn more expoied to the wind ami ? vt ? more uncom? fortable than tho Ktandlng spue? s. Bul l'y this tin.? people were ? usembllng test, and the stand* quickly filled up, I' tb? back seats at the top of pome of tb.? high on? wind must havu Mown a hurricane, bet tie ? pa? stuck to their piaci . .?. ? .-. time, en '? II When tic y besan to ;. I : ? M the spectaclS und wholly tin?! With lb? Wind, tie?-.? cams down, and the crowds ? ??..:?. to in.-it off the top and How down to the botti m. Tboa ?, bo no.,d pal I? along the v\ ? I Drive ware looking ezpe tantly for th.? ? ?lent. Half u dosen times they thought tb it tin y bal caught si ?; ht of >,, ?, and rala? o a Che G, but ti, y wi ??? alwajsdlsai point? d. ? , tie-? announ? ??? icnt tint th.? Pit Bid? m v.o ibi coma by exact)] the ? ime fuite as the klon, but he v. SB I : l: at Up til? I t Driva Instead, and e\,n ??, ? ?. many on tb?? cen? tral stands w.re looking for him in on?? direc? tion, he cane behind tb, m . ?. I t i? his pia. <n the speakers' platform. Tin: BTARD8 WELL PILLED. By this time, 10:50 o'clock, ail tin stands in ?., m of tbo tomb wit?? tilled and those which were : ? rar away 'bat there (ras no hope of hearing the speeches from them were nearly so. Anali.. ? went on and the time for the arrival of tb.? procession approached, tho ?? till? d, too, and by the time that tho In a 1 of li, ached the reviewing stand they ware talL Cut at tin? same time tin? -tai..Is In front of the toi b ?????p??" almost empty, ex.ept around the cde,?. These stands, having no piti h toward tha driveways, afforded no view of the parade e\i?. pt from their elige? They had ? fringes o? people, therefore, out few in the middle. a huge chorus from the People'fl Choral Union p.tld tb- llialol io .Society of New-Volk, with ;i t band, wem seated on the stand across thu East Prive from the monument Thev were led by Prank Damrosch, and. with tha occasionai aid of the Mexican Military Hand, gave mualo both befon and after the exer< Isee ss well as in the Course Of them. The high wind mad?? it ditli ciilt to get the true effect of the muele at any conalderabte dlatance, and especially to th" west, . hen the monument ami the stands In froni of it were, sun it could be heard, and. by nome ciiiious Lib? (ion oi" th?? musle, the einging sounded t.? those who were on or near the speakers' stand exactly as if it were in the 1 ?nomila, nt. It was really In quita a different direction, bul it Bounded In that one, while its fan:; - . caused by th?? : ind, aeemed to be ac? counted for by the ?: ? doom of the lnnitl? . .? :.t. ARRIVAL OP Tin: PRESIDENT, TI:?? prei dent, according to the itinerary ?aid ? i .? h i- r, committee, was scheduled to ar ? " .i? at 10:40. As the time drew near the crowd began to settle down to ? de mi snor of Qulel ? ?.;?? ctancy. Their pan? nee was not hm* tried, it was only ten minutes after th* apeclfled time when President McKln* ley, leaning on tin?? arm of Mayor Strong, was seen approaching the speakers' platform. As ?0?? SS be vas -.e, ogni::? .? the \aat concours?? ios.- ?? th ir G?.?! as one Individuali Men cheesed aid waved their 1 its, and worn? ?. with waving bandkerchh , aere not a whit hase exub?rant. Prealdenl McKinley acKSjowledged the greeting by ral hat (me of th ? Ural to greet tki Chief Magi Irate as be reached the platform was ex-President Cleveland. With extreme cor? diality the pair akoofe haada and lor a minute or two engea. d In coavei latlon. Then for som momenta the President waa kept buatly em In responding t?? the salutatlona of I m bla immediate neighborhood, The affability that la so prominent s characterietlc ol Major McKinley was illustrated when a correspondent at the tabi?? ?, ??, ath ? l halli d him. 11 ? turned and smilingly n*l bed "Good morning to th membera of the pi ? Among the persona e/h ? t re to be ; ? en stand? ing upon or near the speakers' platform at thia enl wire Vrce-Preaident Hobart, who had i ? corted to the stand by General Hora..? Porter; Fohn Sherman, Becretary of ^tat<?: B. Reed, Lyman J. ? lance, Bi ?? ? ' ? ?? ? ui y; Corni liu S Bliss, ? ??? p.a . ?, ???? I. . eli A. Alger, ?, ? . Jai. V\ ?leon 8< cretary of Vgrici W K< nna Attoi nej ? len ? ,??. ? |o ? leni il Nel on \ Mile? command ? ' . ? ??? John P. N'ewnmn, Arrhhlshop Michael A. Corrigan, .? ?.-o. w. escortina the British Am? Re?d, ? rtlng the French .-Vili!? ?-? idor: Prei Id? nt Ji nsi ol the Board th I. ?w, Bllhu Root, .Indir.? Oli? li in, < lem ral Bi njamln :?' 1 herlff Tamsen, ? ?loi ? ; E. C. Ja ' Ogden Mills united - atora Fairbanks, Fo raker, Cullom Hav/ley, Stewart and Henna, . ?, . ral Brei kini Idge, General Oreely, <: neral Steinberg, Congress mi ? Lowe and McCl DIPLOMATS PRESENT. Ane.n? the m? ml?? is of the Diplomatic Corps, -.?. bo during the ceremonies were grouped to the riuht of the President, aere sir Julian Paunce fote, the Bi ': h Ambi sdori J. Patenotre, tho French Ambassador; Har?n Max von Thellmann, the Gem in Ambassador; Baron de Fava, the Italian Ambassador; Ladlslaua IJengelmuller, the Austrian Minister; Mustnpha p? . Turkish Moilsor; V: ? ??.? d?? Santo Tin ) so. PortUgU ter; Hr. Manir. Garcia Merou, Argentine ter; s ?", r Romero, Mexican Mlnlater; Weftor Salvador d' ? ? -..?. Brazilian Mini I r; Sef ??- Don n?? ngo Gana, Chillan Mlnlater; ' "l" Lain Arringa, Iluatemalan Minist? ? ? ? ??? mi Irade, Venerui Ian Minia? ti ?. s.?fea Don Enrique Dupuy de Lome, Span h ter; J. P. Ploda, s .?. Mlnli tei ; Constan Une Brun, Dani h Minister; Francis M. Hatch, Hawaiian Ml ? Ister; Seftor Don Lula Fi Upe Carbo, Minister of Ecuador; fount Q. de Lichterveide, ? ? : Refior I ?on Joo |uln D ? !alvo, Minisi ? ? Rica. The Chinese and Jana t? ? - ?,.?!-.? also ???. ent, and attraet? eli ? .m id< rabie atti ntlon. The -its In the front of the grand land and situai? ? just behind the speaki ? ?' pi itform, were ?? ? Ted for the members of Ihe niant family. THE DEDICATION CEREMOXIE8. AN ELOQUENT EULOOT ? >P GRANT BY THE PRESIDENT. When, nt a few minut?e after 11 o'clock, m lyor Btrong stepped to the fronl of the plat? form, preparatorji to the opt nlng of ihe dedica? tion c?r?monie?, the multitude, who had hitherto ? ... an aim ?? ? ? mtlnuoue round ..f applause, ., igii ,| [.? : feci allei ? ?. The ? \? rei* ? wi re opened by the singing of "America" bj Darn? ach'a choir, and quickly the stralna were taken up until thouaand ? ol volcea Join* d In sii ging the martial hymn, As the laal notes ????? away, Bishop Newman roa to offer 11.?? nlng prayer, standing, and the men u'lth bar.d heads, the great audience Joined In silent reverence In the BI hop'a prayer, s tran rlpl of whl h will be THE DEAF HEAR. ??< mulinili >??????? I ai ? Drams'* ?: ? .. ?. n littoria nf ? ?<??< ? ???? and llenil gelse?, a ? m III III il ? ? t TI.h Identifie turni Sonad < illlillleliir la thl s> til s,il?? tu w.-ir, Ini ?- Il 1?? no il.iiil??. rosi ? . mi ? I . I ? idi J t?) t'lij?l . ?.. . ? ? .,11 ,.r ?Mi.? f.?! b ? gntveoi Kilt muti ??., ?.???1?\ lile, li)., or t.IV.- liroadunr. ???? lurk. f..end In The Tribune's Grait memorial supple n flit. After a hymn of thanka, "Old Retherland Folk Bong," Mayor Btrong irlefly Introduced, President McKinley, The announcement of his sp.e,h was followed by a renewal of the en? thusiasm that had earlier? greeted the entrance of the President upon the scene. For many moments he waited, bowing his thanka. before the opportunity was given to him to begin his addresa Although adjured by many voices In the crowd, and especially by friends in close proximity to him, to keep bla hat on, the Proal? dent, apparently fearless of tha blustering wind, persisted In speaking with his head un? covered. In s voice clear, strong and resonant, which was easily heard at a Urna distance away, he began an address that was remarka? ble for beauty of language and sentiment and eloquence of delivery. Impressed himself with the solemnity of the occasion, President Mc? Kinley impressed by his ton.? ami bearing those within his hearing. Noi one.? in hia eulogies of the services and character of Genera] Crant was it necessary for th?? speaker to seek by gestures to five force to his words. The ap? plause, was not frequent The solemnity with which the President Invested ins words im? parted Itself to tl??? audience, and for the most part it listened with an earnest, qui? I attention that expressed more appreciation than could the wild? st applause THE PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. President McKinley*! speech in lull was as follows: "Fellow-CHIsens: A great life, dedicated to the welfare of the Nation, here finde Ita ? arthly coro? nation. (Sven it' this day lacked th.? impree Iva? n?ss ol ceremony and was d ivold of pageantry, it would still b.? mi o.ible, bi cause it Is the an? niversary of tin? birth if one of tb.? most famous and beet-beloved .f ami >rlcan aoldlera. "Architecture has paid high tubuli to the lead? era of mankind, but never was a memi rial more worthily lest, wed or more gratefull) accepted ? ? a free people than the beautiful structure be? fore which we ar ? gather? 4. "In marking the ayccessful completion of this work we have as witnesses and participants rep? til itlves "f ail branches "f our Government, the resident officials of for ilgn nations, the Cov ernors of States and the sovereign people from every section of our common country, who Join in this august tribute to the soldi? r. patriot and cIMsen, 'Almost twelve y ars h;.ve passed since the heroic vigil ended and the brave spirit of [Jtyases S Crant fearlessly took Hs Right Lincoln and Btanton bad preceded him. but of the nighty captains <>f th?? war Grant was the flrst to bo < aibd. Sherman and Sheridan survived him, but bave ?.Ime Joined him on th?? other shore. ?'???? great heroes Of the civil strife on land atnl sea are for the most part now no more. Thomas and Hancock, Logan and Md'herson, Farragut, Dupont ami Porter ami a boat of ethers bava passed fon-ver inmi human sight. Those remaining grow dearer to us. ami from then and th.? memory of those who have depart? ed gsnsrattona rei unborn will ?haw their In? spiration and gather strength for patriotic pur? pose. a great Use never die* Cieat deeds aro utt ptrluhable; great nano, a Immortal. General F. ?. O. Schwarz Takes great pleasure in announcing the OPENING of his new store, 39 and 41 W. 23d Street, TODAY, Wednesday, April 28th. Voti nre cordially invited to visit this, M^ THE LARGEST TOY BAZAR. ?be "popular Sbop.' ' :??-?'?'? la iteti aa of ???????G.?'.?? ?:? e.. ?:. ?.,-.: ? . W.i I Papar? lot Country ??????. Messrs. JOSEPH P. ITHTJOH & CO. Offer i-t P.rtall Ensilan Chlnta Papera ?? ? fro? i?V% TU? Pattarne " " ?Co. Km m " ?? fc ?. Mnrrti " (two 1 " \e>r'. Fr< rich II,n, H <? ?.. I>.,;? i-k Efl ?? ?? OOOD AMERICAN WAIX ?Arani " E CT^nin ??li?? a/ iHraeiial aafaeMeM /treats ei*f, <"id rolu far appr?ta an rtfiiaaf, F? t Paa la O entry 11 ? 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"EM-ESS" Plumbing Fixtures ai?? economical because they aveai so wall ?this being dus to the fact that their de* sIkii is governed by 28 years' esp?rtenos and a reputation to maint.tin, the use of the t><??t mai? liais ami most careful workmanship. This insurance should be a consideration to the owner of even a low-cost house. A vi?lt to our ?howre^ms for purpose ol rrttlral rsaratnatlon hi (Herat re eraad. Tin: mi:vi:h-!?mvtk,\ to., i.tii.. IBnaHtoSaS lscs Mnnnfni'turrra limi litiiiortara of HII.II-I.KADi: I'LIMIIIV?. TIMIKKS. 5 bast 19th St., New York. 1_ _?? "-:??-?-?I- . .-1L3 COMFORT I FOR ? WOMEN. ; THE KAY BAND ? is ? perfectly healthy, clean, cheapo ? absorbent and antiseptic napkin. + Si ?Iti at dry goods stores, corset or J notion department, and Drug Stores, ? at 80t a dozen. ? ? +?+?+0+?+?+?+?+?+??+1+1+1 + CARPET ? J. STEWART - 326 7th Ave., CLEANING ? Ut It ?sTIIST. IMabllabad ISSI Tal opti in?? Llftl Mtb St, ??in, lor Ctivii'ur. COYVPERTHlYAiTS RELIABLE ""< ?'"???^???' 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