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The funeral of Patrick H Linchan, the plumbing
inspector. ?Ans hold yesterday In P?. J "?soph's rhur.'h
In Ashburtnn-sve. A solemn high mas.?? was cele?
brated by Fathers Donovan uni Sheehan, of Phila?
delphia, assistati by rather Pauli, of thi? city. Am mg
thoee who attended Beata members of the Hoard
of Henlth. Hoard of Plumbing Inspection. Master
Plumbers' Association, Catholic Penevoleal Asso?
ciation. Knight?, of Columbus and a number of city
The Grand Army Memorial Committee will hold a
xncctniK tO-SBOITOW evening in the City Cour: room.
Manor Hall, to complote the programme for ihe eele
bratlon of .Memorial Pay. A feeling in favor of ?tec?
oratimi tue graves of the Boutera on Sunday. May
?0. :h.s year, la gfOfrlng, and It Is probable that it
will ba done on tuat day. Th?? usual memorial ex?
ercises Will be held on Monday evening. May 31. In
Music Hal!. Trie programme f'.r that Occasion is
about completed. The Rev. Dr. George f, Pente*
coet has .Mnsented to make the opening prayer.
About ? o'clock <>n tbe niernlngof May 31 there ??!
be exercises in front of tne Soldier*? and Sailor?'
Monument In Manor Hall Park. The Itti Separate
Company, the High ?,???>?? Cadeta, the two camps
of rv.ns of Veteians and the tw,? Grand Arm) ? '
w.ll march to th?? monument and the commute,- will
*?k the band nf the Leaks nn.l Watts Orphan ilou?n?
?if this city to play for tbe different organisa Ilona
as they march. Tie schoolchildren have also been
asked to take pan In tlie exercise?, and It Is ex?
pected that more t.ian ? thousand children will re?
A runaway hormo attached to a butcher wagon
In ?:?, ord.i.p-a?. ?? yesterda*. ran Into a carriage
at Maln-st.. In wiilc':i ?ras Mrs. John Booth, of Wci.
ster-ave. The siio,?k threa Mrs. Root h out. bat ehe
?scaped srt?i alight injuries.
Tl " May maeuns , f tha nty club will be iicld to
ynorrn-A- evening al the clubhouse in South Broad?
?way. After the transaction of hustness the mem?
bers will enjoy the anual planked-ahad diiiner.
A weil-drcssed young man railed nt the bicycle
StoYe of Mr. Gesner. in Wnshingtoii-st.. on Satur?
day. H said his nnmo was Merritt. and that he was
?? carpenter, lie toM Qeaaar that he wtahed to ??
to Irvlngton and hired a win??!. Ht? has BOI been
S-et-n since, and Gesnr-r lias given up nil hope Of
recovering the bicycle.
Fatta r Luft? J. C.vers of St. Teresa's Church,
preached .. sermon on Sunday on h.s recent trip
through fi?? Holy I.and
Epworth League ?: the Asbury Methodist Epis?
copal Church entertained a few of the members of
the ?Sit ? S:?.,; Chkptei laal evening.
TI s i? ung Men's Catholic Lyceum baseball te,gm
of North Tarrytown crossed bats with the Qnn-k
Stej.s oi Tarrytown on Saturday afternoon. The
gatr.e ended iri a ile, each team hav,:;? soured ten
The fair o? Cirion Hose Company No. 2 opened
In Irving o?*r.i House last evening. George ?'.
Ar.dre.vs, District-Attorney of Westcbester County,
mad? the opening addreee, The fair will continue
Until Friday evening. The proceeds will ro toward
jiurchneirrf* a new hose carnage.
Tho anr,..al election of Officers of Conqueror Hook
?nd Ladder Company No. 1 Ml!! be held in their
room:?, la Waahlngton-et. this evening. After the
??action a dinner will be served.
T:.e Westchester County Looal Aeserrbly of tlie
Brotherhood of St. Andrew held its quarterly con?
ference in Christ Episcopal Church, of which tne
Rev. J. Beldi ? Spencer Is recrur, on Sunday after?
noon and evening. It was wall attended, delegates
from twenty chapters being present. The pro?
gramme Included the following speakers: .1 ?,
J-'aure, William ?. Held, Charles ?. Brown, Marcus
Hallet and Walrer ? Mart. The officers of the
Assembly are: President. W. ?\\ Lord. Jr.. of
Mounl vernos; vlce-prealdent, William tl. Re?d, of
Tarrytown; secretary, Marcus Hallet, of Mama?
There will be a Shak<?spear.an rectal at the
Lyceum this evening. Hannibal A. Williams, of
New-York. Will give a ratta! from "Kin?? Henry
IV." Alimission will be by Invitation. The ? citai
fa under the patronage of the following: Mr. and
Mr?. J. ? iraker, Mrs. ML B. Beach. Mr. and Mrs.
L. T. ?'run.i'. A. S. I?e,iJi, the ??>\. und Mrs. J. \V.
A. Lodge. Mr. and .Mrs. N. L? Ely. Mr. and Mrs.
I>. B. Hi rrlek. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pinch Hill.
Mrs. ?;. ?. Haws, l?r. and Mrs. B. F, riorton,
Mr and Mrs. Thomas I?. Huated. Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Knapp, Dr. nnd Mrs C A. Knight, the Hev.
?nd Mrs. William Flabor Lewis, Mr, and Mra. bum
Millar, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCord, Colonel and
Mrs. L. tl Orleman, l>r. and Mrs. ?',. H. Pcter.s.
Mr. and -Mrs. C. A. Pugsl-y. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
O. Rankin, tlie Hev. and Mrs. J. Ritchie Smith. Mr.
and Mrs, J. M Shipley, C. I). Bhepard, the rt>v.
Thomas C. Btraua, Mr. and Mis. T. M. Btewart,
Ur. and Mn John Newel Tilden, the Hev. J?r. and
Mrs. ? C. Townley and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Will?
Tho Inspection of the Peekaklll Fire Department
?Will t_k? place tills evening.
The certificate of incorporation of IVa^ue Hc?ok
and Ladder Company of Tuckahoe has be<?n fllr-d
in tbo oe*fl e ot the County Clerk. The corporation
1s to < \i?; forty-nine yean, and the trus?*'- are
Lew.s brown, H. ML l'':derhlil and Joseph A. Jack
Mo-r-s W. Taylor has been elected vice-president
o? the Wmteheatoff Couaty Agricultural Socieiy, in
pia '?? ef James Hopkins, who was r<-cently elected
president, ard Theodore ? Tompkirrn, son of the
itti.? pn ildent of the aoclety, Jame? ir Tompklns,
lias :?? ? r. ? le ? d f?re ior In ?'la'??? of Mr. Taylor.
A .?" al ?? and reception for the He?. l>r. and
Mrs. Lowther will be glvn in the lecture-room of
the Memorial Methodist (episcopal Church to-mor?
row evening, undei ih? direction of Mrs. C. V.
2d"ore and Mrs T. E. Foster.
Independent Engine Company No. 2 will pive a
?variety entertainment in the Auditorium this even?
ing, in the farce, "Toodlea," which forms part of
the evening's programme, Admiral L>ot will appear.
Tbe managers <?: the VVestcbeater County Agri*
cultural Society announce that ihe premium list
for UM whli h will be laaued In s few days, wl ?
be rb'j beat and largest ever offered by the aoclety.
?urrogate BUkman has Issued tatters testa?
mentary ;?' th? following estates: Estai?? of Mary
?MrKi'ii!. of Mount Veruon, Jeiemliii X. Martin,
executor; estate of Esther ? iridili, or Bedford,
Charl? a Hain??, eseeutoi : eatate of Timothy ? ronin,
vf Mount Yen,??? Dai ? ? roi ? and Albert I*.
Gersctiidt. execui 'is: estate of Wilfred i'. Purdy,
af Rye, Amanda M Purdy, executrix
Ti??? Orand Jury has found >m indictment for
iorejery in tbe second degree against Charles c.
Fmlth, tb?? Pleaaantvllle Insurance a??-nt who. it Is
allegtd, Issued a number of bogus lnsuiance poll
A swarm of beea took possession of th? trimk of
?ene ?r.f tbe eim irei s :n front of the courthouse yes?
terday, and attracted considerable. Interest and
curioeity al a respectful distance.
The elghty-flfth anniversary of the Prsabytariao
denomination in Maw?>RooheUs aras oefahratad on
Bunday in the church, In Hugtunot-ut. The ser?
vices consisted of devotional aiwctaes, with ? spa?
dai musical programma, following which tha pas?
tor, tho Hev. W. H. Waller, installed 'be newly
elected church officers. Ti.o elders are John ?i.
Boss, S. _. Reaoud. HL M. Lest. r. John A. Offord
? and J.ihti K. Myeia. arrd deacone, W. L. Thomp
'eon. Joseph B. Btepnenaon end ?. G. Tyler. The
.anniversary dinner :.nd rstsaptlon Were held In the
church parlors last night.
An Interesting teat run was made yeeterday at
tho Huguenot Yacht Club between the Hour! tin?
twenty-one-footer owned by ? ?. Hart, and tho
j.ew ooe-rater Kenneu, which has just been built
l>y L. I?. Huntington for M. H. Clark. The
> cours?? wa. over to Huckleberry Island, to the
? gantrway buoy, the Kenneu winning. The differ?
ence in time was !',r."?f< and one-half minutes
Dr. George A. Peck, who Uvee at No. Is Centre?
?live?., was away on Sunday, and when he returned
? at right h<- found that bom.? one bad entered bla
(?apartments and atol?n his Jewelry.
Henr>' Ellis, of 1'ort Hl'hmond, ha? resigned a*?
a member of tl;?? Hoard of HaaltlV
Th?> K.-v Taf?ate? J. Karly. i>n_Htor or Bt. Peter's
Roman Catliollo Church, New-HrlRhton. ?tartled
his conRrei?Htlcn aji'l caused no end of sofslp >????
? terday by his vigorous denunciation of the. oppo?
nents of What bl kr.nwti us lh?? Tcmpklns-ave.
'Jrolley bill, now bsfprs Governor Bin, k. He at?
tacked the Republican County C'ommitte??, and de
?elared Its members were? murderers, and If a per?
son wa* k!l!??l in the street hi?? bkod -would be
upon their hear*n. Th?* Nea -I'.i ighton tntstsee lit?
characterized as a corrupt body, who*,? members
OUSht t'i bt? In jail. Tin? bill favored by Cather
Sariy Is intended io prevent th?? Midland Railroad
?????.:1??? in Tornpki?:s-ave. or St. .Mirk's Place.
Tlie ruinual election for chl#f eriilneer and ?J?
, BlBtar.ts of ?he North Bhor? Fire l)e?>artmerit will
be held to-day.
Standard ??I! Tt;:s: ?ertlflratr? made another rec?
ord peti e jreoterday, vate? six ahar??? sold at si3, one
point Bdgrbsr than on Saturday. Rubsequently the
certificates ?old ut 212.
Th" cases in which Albert Kent, of Fl-hkil!, ?S*. T.,
Je con-.pl.iln.int atfalijit f,,i:r ni.-ml.?'.-? of th.?. K. S.
Jxar. Company? Albert (.oslin, Myron I. Bernard,
Jacob Ja::bur?: and Samuel K?-:let. who ereie ar
gasj?. 1 laat w.ek and held In 11,???? bali fur ????***!?
?all?? weis yestriday adjourned by Ma?.?:. ate
l?r.'.nri. In CsaStte ItMOt Cour?, till May M at 2 p. m..
In Jeff. r?"ii Market ?'?uri. Dr 1> ?. ? Htronit. of
?KlahkUJ, another COmplslnsnl appeared In ,-ojirt airj
ewore tu complaint? char>miK Fix men. fnur of t.'-em
?beli,? <ios:iii. J??*rriard. Ksllei and Laaburg, with the
iar'eny ?if *fl.lgf> The four wer* rearre?>?<j |n ccurt
und pkroltd In care of counsel till this rnornlnK at
30 o',-l .ck. w)i?n tbeji will appear and off.?r ball again
?jn ii.I? charge.
? -
DESPONDENT over domestic TR?VELES.
Mrs. Maiy .Norton. tw< t.ty-nlne y.ars od, if No.
??)? Btatt Slxtei-iith-st , took h?r Ufe ?arly yesterday
rooming by drlnkinf?? a quantity of carbolic acid,
fih* drank It In the pre?ence of her husband, who
was not quick eriouich to prevent her from taking
th? po!?on. She was d?spondent over domestic
The annual election of the New-York Stock Ex?
change took pince yesterday. Tho follow Inn offi?
cers were elected: l'io.?!.lent. Francis U Barnes;
secretary. Cuor?:?* XX. Ely; tr? ? surer. Franklin W.
fJHlley; rhalrman, William McClara; member? of
the Governing Coaanlttse, to eerve four year?, .1.
? Atterbury, W W. Heaton, i\ ??. Henry, c. n
Hoeetla, A, B. Lounsbery, T. I?. Hanson, jr.. John
H. Trail. J. 1?. Probst, W. P. ?Smith and it, ?
Tnotnas; to genre one year, p?; ?, B, Moble; trustee
of the gratuity fund, to serve five pears, W, tt.
Stron?: Nominating Committee for |gM, ?? ?. Poet,
Jr., Harris ?. Bmltb, Walter c. Taylor, Waltor
Watson, Jr., and George M. Wbitehouse,
For the first time la many vears thero was only
one ticket in tin? field. Usually there is a contest
?.v. r BBombera of the fjotrerntng Committee. There
was a pood deal of acratchlng and the total voto
was small. Plancia I?. Eatn? s WM elect kl presi?
dent for the fourth time. Not Blnce the ofll.es
of presiden: and chairman t?????? St ? arate, 1 thirty
yean ar_-o lias any one I'? faro scrvi'l mor?? than
two terme a? president. The new member:? of the
Governing Committee are J. T, Atterbury, ?\. B.
Lounabery, John H. Prall. .1 D Probat, W. P,
Smith nml H. G. B. Noble. Mr. Nobli was named
to till a vacancy caus.il by the rsalgnstlon of W.
B, Sancton Mr. Bancton's retirement waa due to
arrangementa for a foreign trip, t??? others who
\????(? not candidates f,.r re-elecllon wire B, T.
Russell, Bldsll Tllghman, s j. Harriott, Richard
Llmburiger and Theodore Wilson. Mr. Russell
waa "tie ?if the oldest member? of the Governing
Committee, lie had been .. member alnce 1870, In
which >>..r he aerved aa chairman of the Commit*
?,, on I'm?,,? Btstes Oovernment S?-.-uriti, s. In
1872 and Itti be waa chairman of the Committee of
Arrangements. Kor the next two year? he was
chairman of th? Arbitration Committee. In l*?7fi
he was president of the Exchange, in ??,77 ha be?
came a member of th>- importili!: Committee on
Kr,>.-k List, and since is?! has been chairman of
that committee.
Mr Tllizhmaa hau been a member of th?? Govern?
??? Committee since lfjg&, and chairman of th??
Committee on Securities and a member of th?- Com?
mittee on Sto.k I.Ist since 1886, Mr. Harriott haa
??. ? ?i a member of the Governing Committee for
four yea:.-. He hns been a trust???? of the gratuity
fund for nearly a quarter of a ceatury, He re?
main? a trustee and he is th.> treasurer of the
fand. Mr. Llmburger has been on Ih? Governine
Committee for eight years atei Mr. Wilson Inr four
The Governing Committee, as newly constitute!,
will meet to*dsy to eleci a vice-president of the
Exchange, and to nsme aub-commltteea. The
changes in the Governing committee mean that
the younger element ?a ?-omln? to the front In the
management of the affairs of th.? concern.
OVER ? G?-G. or ROCK?.
Thoma?? Wood, thirty-free years old, a saloon?
keeper m *\n |,|cj Beventh-ave., became insan??
yesterday mornlnst nfter brooding over the effe-t
of the nfw Haines law on his bUSitteSO for several
?lays, and attempted to commit suicide by cutting
his throat. AbOUl I o'clock Policeman Moran, of
th? Weal One-huridreil-and-twciuy-nfth-st. station,
was approach?.! by I achoolboy, BBUCh excited, who
Informal him thai a mar waa 1>1?? 'lead under a
pli? of rocks in a loi nt Convent-ave, and Ono-hun?
The policeman hurried there, and found Wood
with his face nnd throat oovsred with blood. Bs
sidr? him lay a bloody penknife, which was very
dull, and which il wav plain was the weapon he
had used to Inflict hie wounds Th. re was a hole
In the throat on either side nnd a considerable
scrat'h on th? fror.t. The man was unconscious
He was removed as quickly ns possible to Manhat?
tan Hospital, where It was found that. In addition
to his threat being cut, he had ? bad fracture of
the skull.
After a considerable time the man retained con
aciousness, and then It was seen from his ravings
that he was Insane. He talked of nothing hut th??
Haines lew and Its effect <>n bis business
Thi th.orv the police have to account for th?
fracture?! skull is that the man went to the lot at
Convent-ave. and < ?ne-hundrcd-anri-twenty-nlnth
M ?limbed to the top of the pile <>f rocks there,
and then tried to cut his throat; that he then be?
came weak from the loss of hkiorl and fell over the
edge of the pile io the ground below.
? G??t*????-?-?!?pt CORTRIOHT ON cake CM*?? 1
UVCa ??G?.'??!?
The police made ninety-three ?xcise arrests on
I Bunday, The previous Sunday there were ninety-five ?
! Deputy-Chief Cortrlght made a tour HirouRh th
' precincts below Cifty-ninth-st. on Sunday after
? noon and evening. He ?nld that he ?aw no open
violations of the law. and he believed that the
1 police did their duty. He said that he spent som??
time In the neighborhood of the Cosmopolitan
Club, In Slxth-ave.. nnd also Watched thin?;s
around the Newmarket. Ah to these places, h?
?aid under the present condition of thin?,'* the
poiico w?ro powerlesa to Interfere with them, a?
they had club charters, and the ofBcera haA no
rlpht to Inspect the pia.es. He declared that it
w is an outrage that chard rs were ?.'.'..n''"? ti
such establishments, und that it would be a Rood
thing It th-y were ravoked.
Tii?. ???<???? amont? people generally yesterday
was that the Raines law amendment? made little
dlfferenc? in Sunday liquor aelllng. rhe club
plan sterna to hav- become popii. ir. and tne
Raines law hotel k' ? pers on Bunday appeared to
b selling about as usual The City Magistrate?
ware generally lenient with liquor-dealers who
were brought before them on charges of violating
the amended law
There, was a renewed spur- at the excise office?,
at No l Madleon-ave., yesterday, and a dosen
?DDllcatlons were filed bj noon Most of them
were from Individual liquor-dea-era. althoug . an
oecaslonsl club still appears a? an applicant. At
the close of bueinesa Baturday th?? number ol ap
pllcatlona was T.M1, and the total receipts wen?
Dora and Louis Keuffer wer? arrested by 1' H"?
man Qulnn, of the West Thirty-sewnth-s?. station,
for peline: llCfUor on Sunday. Quint: went to the
saloon of the Neuffers, al No. ??? *>*?'?-? Forty-nrat
8t.. yesterday. HS cot to the first door of the
saI"on by tho aid ?.f a negro, Who told N? .if*"? thai
he was "all right" Qutnn said that be wanteJ s
Ria??? of Whiskey St one. ? 1 must pei ?oui,! right
away. Then i? a woman Blch and Bhe may die,"
be aid, hurrl? dly,
Neuffer wenl into hin kitchen, where h's wife
nn?! be had been Bitting, ali.i told her what the in ,:.
wanted. Sb?? asid thst .?* it was an urgen ? ? , ?
there could be nothing wrong in giving the man ??.
little whiskey from her private flask. Thla aba
did, and the pair were arrested.
Magistrate Hott aaid thai he would no? take a
complaint agalnsl either tlie man or the woman,
und dlricharu'd them.
? ??.G i< TCaTT CABS.
Micha?! Heuman. proprietor of Terrace Oar
dan, Intenda t.. gaafae a t?-?t question ot the righi
of a club to dispense Uquora to Ita gUSSta and m? ru?
ber?. ??<? was arrested at 11*90 o'elocTi s indi ly
night tur ha vi n?r Bold base to Detective if ?a ma. of
the Bast Plfty-flrat-at station. Ksarna arrived al
the place While H reception tendered to th.? i;.-r
man Kick and Benevolent Association by the del
mania Magrlag Quartet Club was In protTresa Ovei
g t?aoneantl people wer.? drinking beer In the large
hull and Kannte boughl a glasa ?if beer und paid
for it.
Thomas n .stoni, who Burrondared nt the Dea?
triot*Attorney'a offici Igsl Priday, aftei being a
fuirittve from 'untie.? for M\ v. us, and I
whom Bvo Indictments I ive been found for forger]
yestetday morning pleaded guilt] b. for?? Recorder
?.off in Osneral Besat-wa He en? gentenoed to
threo year?' Impriaowmenl In ???? isliiK Stout
waa employed at the time of hla forgeriea oyJonee
Kennet & Hopkins, Wail f-'tre. t broker? He
forKed th*lr paper on the Holland Tru?l Company
to tho amount of ???,???.
We don't make to order, but we
make to fit Docs your tailor always
do that?
As good cloths; a larger variety
than he.
Then?your money back if you
want it, here.
aaM ?lilt? IIS ti 12?: Sfind r?ne? ae lew ai $12; tor
l.loyi-Un?? ai Irnr a? $S.
Ughi ?TSBatfSt ovrmmi $10 tn $.10.
Rogers, Peet & Co.
Princ ani Brnadway,
Warm nn.l Broadwai,
Thirty-second uni Br?adwsy.
FIFTH AVENUE Ba-Ooeernor Qeorge B. Bout
weii of Massachusetts nnd Marvin Hughltt, of Chi?
cago QRAKD?Oeneral Vf. to. Klrby, ot Oovernor
Black's staff. HOFFMAN?Colonel John F. Oay
nor, "f Fayettevllle, N. v. IMPERIAL Norman
W. Cramp, of Philadelphia. IANHATTAN?
Denman Thompson, of Hwrn ? ienator
He.in.;i Proctor, of Verment, ?nd Henry Ban?
furl, of Bridgeport, Conn MURRAY HILL
Bishop U B. Whipi ???, of Mlnneaots. NOR?
MANDIE?E Parker Deacon, of Newport, R. I.,
and William Knabe snd Charles Kledel, Jr.. of
Baltimore, pauk AVENUE David Dwlghl Wells,
formerly second secretary of the American Em?
bassy In London. WALDORF Judge W K. Town
send of New-Haven, conn . and Franklin i>. Locke,
of Burnii WINDSOR Kufus 11. Kinf*. of Albany.
F.oard of Aldermen, ?'Ity Hall, 1 P- BS.
Police nnd Pilot < Ommissioiier??' meitlnsrs.
Westchester Raclag Associatton raes, Morris
Park. I'M p. m.
Delaware and Hudson Cnnai stockholder?' meet
?eawanhaka .acht <"iuh. No 19 Fnst Twenty-eec
???-st., ? -'? p. m.
G?, kitrd's Buslneu CODego commencement, Car?
??-!-?? Muli, S p. m.
Epworth League "Old Folk?' Concert," No. '
Went < >ir.--hiii ?Iri-'i-nno-twenry-tifth-st., S p. ni.
Opening of Drug Trade Club's new rooms, Will?
iam and John sta, noon.
BchOOl Of Applied 1>??-?.*? exhibition, No. m Fifth?
American Institute Pefweie1 Club flower show.
No in West Tblrty-elghth-et, 2 ? m.
Rombili an County Committee lasetltig, r.rook
I) n, *? p. m.
Meeting of Company H, 7th Regiment Veteran
Corps. Military Club. S.10 p. m
Le? tur.? by the Rev Fr. John Hall, lecture-room
of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, I p. m.
?celai Reform Club, No. 2S K.ist Fourth-st., 8
p. m.
William Parkin, ? lawyer, has been appointed
clerk of the I'nlted Scares Circuit Court of Appeals
for th!?' district, to fill the vacarci- caused ly 'he
death of James ('. Reed. Tb? new appointee was
until recently a member of the law llrm of Mac?
Farland fl Parkin, at No. 22 Wiiiiam-et. The salary
of the office, whbh is a Ufi. placa, is OXMt a year.
The Society of the Wnr of U',2 has secured an in?
junction, pendln?? th?? trial of Its action In the
Bu preme Court, restraining ths teclety of the War
of Ig_ In the Siate of N-w-York from using the
title. The order was made by JuettOB BOMB.
Howard A. Scott, tho wife-murderer whose death
BOatence wa? affirmed by the Court of Appeals
last week, was arraigned before He, order Hoff In
the Court of Genera! Session.- yesterday niornlnr*.
nnd resi ntenced to die by electricity In the week
beginning Jena 11 icott lulled his wife in Feb?
ruary. MM, In their rooms, at Thlrtteth-Ot aad
?'??? nth-nve.
The time within which the Mayor must either
approve or disapprove bills passed by the last
Legislature expired yesterday, ?nd Mr. Strong
affixed his Signature to a few bills that came in
at ;h" end Of the session. The prlnelpal one was
that authorising the spending of ?1>>,????.???? for the
building of new achools.
Controller Fitch yesterday postponed the sale of
t'ire,? ferry franehises until June 1. The franchises
nr,? for Hie Llberty-St., Plne-st. and South Hrook
lyn ferrie?, ltepresnnrative* of the f- rry companies
wish tobe heard before the sinking Fund Commis?
sion. Tiny say thai tlie upset price should b?? re?
duci d
The suit of the ChOfCh of St. Monica Bgalnst tho
Phillips Electric Motor Company for |1,<MI damages
for the breaking down of ths motor which pumped
tho church orean on Farter Buitday was to have
been trilli before Judge McCarthy in Fart iv of
tho City Court yesterday. The defendants wen
not present wben the ?case was called, however, and
an Inquiry was ordered, whl? h will be held this
A divorce was granted to Mrs Elisabeth T. Fin
den, of No. IM West Flftletii-st., yesterday, an?
nulling her marriage with Henry F Linden, on
the ground that Linden's first wife, Leonora Belle
I Chandler, was alive when be married the plaintiff.
The report/that ihe Consolidated Ice Company
was attempting to coerce the us. rs of ?.-.? ????
, sli^nlni* four-year contra?is at the rate of 17'-; cents
a hundred pounds irlth the threat that if Bucb
contracts were not signed thi price of lee would be
tO cents a hundred was denied by charles W.
Mo.-?.? presldenl of the lea company, yesterday,
! "The pri?es of Ice this year." Bald be, "arc (denti
? cal with these of laal yeai
"on.irr TE ALU S ESCAPE.
? "Olile*' t?-:???. who wanted to sweep N< sr-York
Btreeta by proales, bul to whom that r-'-k was not
given, appeared In Perl I of the City Court yester?
day morning with anger on bl? brow snd in his band
two pain is.
"Don't you know. Mr Clerk,?" -?aid ho reprovingly,
"I don't live -ti New-York, d n't yon know?"
? x.,?.??? said the elerk. Then be looked st th? two
paper-. One aas a summons to do Jury duty fir
the C ?iniy of N'.-.v York and t:i<- other a declara!,or.
ti l'i? effect tha ;?.? maker llveO on Staren Inland.
"Thai ?.b make it right, won't It?" Inquired Mr.
? ? .. eagerly
? I dan say," said (hi clerk, "bul wai: until Ju??
tici Be ilici m.m ???'- through srlth this cas? "
go .?,.? watted seven or eleven minutes. Then he
said In a b> ? ?? ? tone: "I'm .- busy men, don't you
know, l can'i be kepi arali In? all day."
Bui il?? elerk refusi 1 to Inieri ipi thi Justice and
salii so plainly, s ? srhal was the clerks' astonish*
n nl t" see Mr. T? ili dash ? r of the cour:, lent Ing
all ? ?,, d?umi ni - behind '
When Justice Bchuchman i-.il ili- papers be said
i' oras all right, bui what he aran ? ? know ?? how
"Olite" Teali Is w::^ to Bnd oui It's all light.
Repr?sentatives of thirty-five thousand garment
??. irkcra In this eity, Brooklyn and Brownsville srill
????, ? ;,? No. '.\ Fin - j, lh-.-t . nn S.i t u rd ri y, to formu?
lile a plan to consolidati Into one central labor
body t?,.- call was ? sued yesterday al a meet I ia
of the United Brotherhood >?'. Tailors held at NO
;?? Kss. r?,--r William Cohen, the business agent of
the in..Unii.i. said thai there were elghl thou.
sand m< mi.? ? ? In thai body and Ii < ??..-t, ,i t<, have
tWI l'.e tieni-,-no in ? sh 'it tun??
Amona the organisations whlcb will be rearo?
-?nt-.! .,t Buturduy'? ?.lino srlll be Ihe Brother?
hood ?1 ? iillors, Childr? n'a Jack? ; Maker? Pro
: '? Talloi -, ? ?ver? ? it and ? ? kcoal M ikeri
Kne? c. m Makers, Hants Makers Veal \i .borj
and Bailors' Ja? ? 11 Mak? r?
Prealdeat Alesaader ? ??rr, of c,,? Rapid TraasH
Commission, yesterday seid ? retal pleaaanl things
about ti.-- qualities ..f the proposed underground
road, ???? p*. 11 Cm lo property-oamors In Fourth?
ave., Forty*second*Bi and Broadway al a atee ting
of th? Commlaalon. Mr On ... ? tared thai the In?
stallation of the road would make Fim-et ri\,(|
Bi sdway as s bualnees thoroughfare, and be
predicted thai the property-owneri alona lower
Broadwai would soon be clamorlna r.?i a almi ?
road li?? sisa said thai tha motive power u-.',i
would be electricity, thai there would b,- plenty of
?Kht, ?-??! that every known den-.? would be re
soi led io in ord? ? to desden the noise
Borne of the property-owners present eipre???^
tlie belief that in?- foundations of buildings BlOM
th? rouio wuuld suffer, und that the noli* of th?
Men's Department.
String and Ascot Storks, in a
variety of novel cotton fabrics
and Silk.
The "Windsor Row" stock for
ladies, ? with detachable collar,
fastening at back.
Purlleiilnr nttcntlon la paid tn the tnnke
nini fintali na ??ell na Ihr color? nsed foi?
111????? tira,?Ih?? imi ( crin I? nro c??'ln*lv??.
James McCreery & Co.,
Twenty-third Street.
933 Broadway,
21st and 83d Sts.
MntrMe.i? in gasllty ?uperi0?? In tsstlaaeaehep arti?
tir gessgas? Bad reliable in rrery Isataaeel
20 ?x|ierl.nr?.l nrt!?t? In BltandBTB In til? Haldlr?*??
In?;. ShempioltiK .lint Il.ilr CtolOltM Parlors.
,.f ttr?? blgharal ?rr.i 1?. etiotca nn?'. ?fl'-ct. nir?h a? rannr.t b?
r.iun.i fis'-ni.ere: Catalcga?s a?ai fr?*?*.
A. ?IMOaraOaT.
Dgg BROADWAT, SlaTT ??? 22d ST-t.
trains would be ?rea?, but Mr Ort sssursd them
tin ? were mlataken,
The work of obtaining the con?ent of prc?p?>t ty
ownera arili nos? be steadily prosecutel.
? WOMAN'S BODY IN PABK reservoir.
sur -.v.*.?* WKi.l. DRKfMKD AND ??????-.?t?.? G.?
G???? gOUTB Hi'-MAItK.Mlt.K NOT!',.-.
The body of a woman was taken from the upper
rerervolr In ?'entrai rnrk early yesterday morn?
ing. Daylight wa? Just breaking when the watch?
man, while making Ma usual rounds, saw a human
body floating in the water nbout twenty yarda
from the embankment. With the assistnnce of
Policeman John Wolf, the watchman brought the
body ashore, and II was conveyed to the Arsenal
and thence to th?? Moreno.
it wss undoubtedly ?? ease of suicide There t?.
?vidence nl-n thiit the w.iman ?ras refined and cult
Bred. But who ?he ?? and the ressOHS that drove
her to suicida bava ye? to ba ascertained. In ?he
pocket? nf the die?? were found three lettera
signed only 'Titania,?' but the paper upon which
they were written bore no distinctive mark "Nevi r
mind who I am or why this la done." rend one of
tho note?. "It ?rill hardly over be found out. 1
hope BOl " In the other two letters th?? i.nfortll
ii.i te woman expressed ? desire that her body be
cremated, and thai aa a favor "lfendelssohn'a
Wedding M.ir,?h." be played over her ashes. Scraps?
nf pan r. ?ritti quotation? from Bhalwapeare,
Browning and Shelley were also found In the
The body w;is that of a aroman about five fee?
ten inch.? m height, ,-ind w n proportioned. She
trae nbout thirtv vnr? old Bhe trae tastefully
drcs?ed. with t'h?- excepMon of the name "Schlea
inRcr and Meyer, Chicago," which war stamped on
the underwear, ?on?? of th? ??rmente bore any
mark thai mi<ht lead to Identification.
lurnca tryor ? ???: ? ti,y pteRPUtxno even the
?G'G?.? PIVOI'.'-i: BUTT? tiik CASI to
??? ????-?'G.? ? ?? t. Y.
Th? hearing In the Bill! for absolut?? divorce
hrouc*it hy John ('. Scully ac*ln?t hlfl wife. Lena. In
which the latter charg?e h? r husband
with ?retting her to ?.??;?! a falae confession
admitting that ?he had been unduly Intim?t? with
Henrv Josteen. whose name w.is Mip-??e?te<l by S iully,
? ? lys, with the view of sr-curlna; <t divorce from
her. was resumed before Justice Pryor in the Su?
preme Court yeaterday. Several eritneaaea were put
on th?*? stund for each Bide, and their itatement? w re
aa contradictory us were those of t. ?? arltnesaes who
testified m Saturday Mr Pollock, eounael for
the plaintiff, endeavorcl t?? disprove the charges "f
perjury bronchi t>\ the defendant, but much of the
testimony '?? as ruh ! out.
.\'r. Pollock then .i-k?? \ t ?ai the ,-a-.e be adjourned
for a week, saying be ? loug it that in that time h ?
could incite Josteen. The motion waa denied, The
defence then exploded a bomh by having John H.
('.limes Identify th? supposed photograp ? o< .1 ?steen
as that of John Bml h, a brother of Mis. s nil)
Justice ??- '.? denied ? motion for judgment made
by Mi-. S ??:.. 's counsel nnd ?? id: "Tola rae?
perplexed me greatly, and I don'l f??.?', capable of
j? ding II The evidence haa been most ,
dlctory, and while I would ilk'? to ??;.?.? this woman
?nd ???! children from the terrible Imputation cist
upon them, by doing so I would have to Impeach
some testimony given apparent!) in truth and ..?,-??
lu The sume would hold goo '. If ? decided against
ber, The fad thai this mr.ii Josteen ha? not I.en
produced I? decldedlj peculiar. 1 have spent much
inn?? thinking over this case, but ? am convinced
it is n eaae for ? J irj to ?e ? le "
A ions, argument followed between the lawyers
as to Justice Prior's suggeetlon thai the ease be
retried before ? ?(try. Thi? plaintiff offered to allow
. ? defendant liberal alimony nnd ,?irr?:s.,| fee pend?
Ing a Jur? trial. An agreement ??.? finally reached,
and .1 ust,.??? Pryor ordered a trial by jury, probably
n*x' week.
Man;, tin.? hors? r? were shown las', night under
the rays of electric ?lghta in the American Horse
Exchange, si Plftteth-et. and Broadway. Among
the animala In the ring were ? number of huntera
bred by .1. w. Colt, of Qenesea, N. v.. and ?"ime
highly bred paira of banns? hors? s from m. h
Tlchenor * Co., of Chicago, The pairs, i-'if?? and
Drum, hrown geldings, snd Harlequin and i,.?.?
Brown, It Is lull? veil, are likely io prove ?.?.timers
nt Philadelphia, white they ar.? entered to com?
pile for prises. Tldietior A ?O/s animals, which
\mt.? much admired by the larga number of spec?
tator? who gathered In the Exchange h.st night,
will be ?old with others at the aale beginning at 3
o'? lock thla afternoon,
in to-nlght'i exhibition th?? Runnymeda conalgn
in.'iit of hois.? of the Vermont Morgan ? rus-, and
several Imported hackney mares, all broken to
? .s m.,? ready for work, will be shown. The?,.
will be offered at auction to-morrow, following the
sale uf j w. Colt's nsslgnment.
To-morrow night at I o'clock there win b.? a
parade of Imported snd home-bred hackney
?tiilion.? and mares, many of them in harness
owned by George Oreen, of Katonah. Among them
Is the champion cu;, ?? inner. Unfit?, jr.
E & W. Pocantico, Nakodas. ?. ? w
Hut h n?w Meet? in blatl ttaBded mUnrs!
Henry A. Daniel?, m. jj.,
oo w??t ??th st.
Impairment? of the Nrrvoi? System. Impotence Sterilii?
and lik? ailment? Hour? b tj 1. S to 8.'
????????? ALMANAC
guari?? 4:41 geaaetTaN Moos Mtaamt;41|lic
HIOH wai in TO DAT.
AM Ready
m'? ng-? 12
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M laady n.??. .Vif, .;?..? Island l:S4|H?11 a?t? B:17
I' iwhaian.
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Ttam un
..Olbraltar, Aprii it.?pHior
..'.-.,Ita, tprtl -JS . ?Vip?
l'i. num. May ?. Nun ., ?
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,..Olbraltar, Mm? ;i. \ (i [joyil
..Olasgov. Aprii ai .'.". Anchor
Antwerp Ma? ? . rt?d Star
.. .?viiit?? Bur
.. .au TVaaap.
? V ? l'Uba
n.Ha\nriii.ili. M m s
? ?.?? ??? aviti?, Ma?
.Uterpeot Ms? I
.i?rn 1? n, April ilo..
Hat u.a. Mi) ? .
Bt ?p-.,??,??. May rt'..'.'.'.'..'.'..'.. gu-'t
?IhK.s,,.,,. May ?. ?Tall rj
V'"" ?*1 " .Paaama it it
Nee ...i,.,,,? May 7 . M .rt?"
.Ulaaauw, April So.All.m si*,,.
11 " :"' April BO .? ^ ?. .Mi,,
' "?'"'???'ii. Mm I? .ni,|?
ll'RBl \". ? \ ? If,
!: '" :' ?*?) ? .N ?i Uemt
1 !"" ' N'"' 1 .? ?? ??? ?
?lull. April
\*h.el Kir Ik* Mall? rl...? \>.?.| paja.
Ha^.l. Ur.men, ? U U*t4. 7 m) a ra lo.w*m
Rip pUNT^pt^EpJro?ITURE
firo a ncccsaltj to tbotM ?\1?? tvnulrl h?? *??1
tlrir .-od, mu? wo ????? tlie fiiiesf I'reiifh pinto
Rlnss mu?!) ??hn.rmin?' frames, as niriko it il'iinty
onotik'li for the ilaintlest n?om; rhoico Piiou?*h
for the fiioi^i'st of wedding gift?,
Malmirnny BpedmetM an? richly carved or
finora ???<1 with Inlay. P.inlsiye inaplo and
birch piiTPs ari? delicately carved. _??**? those
In siniplo oak atnl mnpl?? fnimps at $28.00 are
pbartnlDf-OO cnrofiilly an? tbey UkaAtt, when
"buv ofthe maker"
GEOe C.Flint Co.
43.45 and 47 WEST 23?SY.
?'?rvi.-i. lAeonorA, Cttnral.10:00a ar,
Knn?is ?'ity. Savannah, Savannah.?.. -
Bt Louli, Beali implen, Anerlcaa.... "ron a m
LI? ? ?-. -, White S'.ir. '.?."" a m
I, Antwerp, Red Biar ... ..10 W ,? in
..?. o( Washington, Havana, ? VACuba ? 00 p m
Algonquin, Charleston Clyde .
! ; \??-.?? ' '-I? ir.- V .? ?? .
Theml?, Porro Rico, ? v m G rto Rico SiOOpra
Herida, Laltata. Norton. 4:'x>i>m
THURSDAY, may t.'i.
CdtamMa, Marnl'iiru. liamb \p? r. .. . 4:'>??:im
KoenlRln Lui te, Brease?, N ?i Lloyd.. BrOOam
Trinidad, Bermuda, ?.?u?t>,?. simam
City or Birmingham. Savannah, Bar..
il :00 i> n.
10:1(0 ? m
12:00 m
12:00 m
:'.:i?> p m
a "? p m
1:00 p m
4 :'"' p m
?;'?' p m
TtOO a m
12:00 m
lu no .. rn
d.'?? p ui
Bteamer Tanrtc tRr), Smith, Liverpool April SB, with
ri, Im IO II M,?.vi ? - 1 at the B.r at 1
? " ?
Steamer Lucerna (Br), Dryer, Shield? ?:-?.: ?a, ;n bai:i?t
to Quii Heye ??rrlved at th? Bar si 7 a m.
.?, J?rgen? Ham .r? April S3
snd llivre 23 srlth rada? and 13 iteerage paiiengera t.
Punch, Edy? A Co. Arrived ar the Bar ^ 5:30 ? m.
Bteamer lm?terdam (Dutch), llakker, 1; ??? : ? ?;?.:
?j- . I Boulogne 20 " - ISf.rag?
?iiaiengi ? r ? the Hoi land? American Un?, Arrived nt the
? 1:15 a m.
la (Br), Harris, Qlaaaow April 28 arri
m BO ?viti md??. 361 ?bin inri STI iteerax? pai
?engen t?? Henderaon Br ? Arrived al Um l.-.r ?r UM.'.
P 111.
Stenmrr Jean:,?? Coniell iFr), Verdol?, H'T'le-iux April
2.'.. with mdu and 2 ? ibln ;?.r,?rer? to Punch, Edy? A
? ?. Arrivi -? si Ih? Bai il ? p m.
: llexham (Bri Heneen, 0 re?nti April 7, Measlna
1 ??. I'elermo 14, Oibraltai 19, ? th fruir I? ?Villar!,
?Il hi , I Co. Arrive b) the Bar Bl 7 m n m.
Steamei Karlinton IBr), Dunl ir 1? < May I,
with ?ugar io w D Munion. Arrived al um imr al 7:1'"
.1 1!
r-- une- Slat ' Tesas, His O ? ilvea April a?. r?tit
ii.Mir m?. Mlrago.nl May 2 Jeremle S, Port de Pail and
[nagua 4. with md?e ar-i .". cabin psssengera t? W G
Clyde A ?'". Arrived at tl?.? ir.,, al 7 B ni.
Ht? ? ?. ? ? : lian ".??:. Tampico May 1 and
Hal ,na ?, wl ... TsmSS l'i
War! rv i'o, Arrived .?t the Bar si ?'?-?' S m.
. r I: ? ? ' M -, H : . to? April 14. Vlrtoita
19 ..? ? ???? l.ucU M... 1. aril ? m . ? to Bulk A '?? ? ??.
Arri ed at ? ? ??? ? ta.
Steamer Alfe? I Dumoli (Nor), Wslbust, Port Antonio
May I, with fruii lo th An. ri. ,ir, I " r ? i i t Company. ?G
???., I a) ? ? .,? 1 ;G?> ? m.
Bteamer )'.! Bud, Hierin?, New Orl-an? 5 day?, -ni'h
m !-?? to .1 G \ mi Bl
.u? r Robin* IBr), L?ish, Qloueeeter Ma??. May S.
In halin-t 10 .1 C M<
Steamer Roan It? Roai, ? rfolk, wl'h rr.dse and
pa.? rn. ? ? old D main . p 8s CO.
n . May lu. d:.7n p m Wrnd. m-derat? lire????.,
reel t shore,
"Reamer Alllanca. Beer?, c Ion Paaaaia R R Ss Co.
.-?? 'i?.?:? Havel oi'-r-i. ctirlstofters, Bremen ??a Plymouth
... ,. . . ?- ? ?
Steamer H.-m. ?fir?. U'ntt. Liverpool -Y H Bruii ?
? ...
ter Vili? d?? Maraelll? (Pr), F'urhe, port au Prince,
King?! ?, M ?rag?? /. eie A ,?'?.-?
Hi??amer liaban? (Span?, Hunariz, Havana ami Mexican
porti .? ? ? ? hallo? A > o.
-?? mer North Anula dir). navi"?, l'.rlstol?Punch,
Steamer tiovlc (Br), J'noi Uverpool H Maitlaad Ker
? er Si Pillana IBr), Btabb, Rotterdam ?U Iieptfonl
-Slmpeon, S| ?. ? A foung
... ? .?? ??, .? ?: iBr), Ni:'!?. ?'.trdllT?Simpson,
B| ?.. .\ ? ung.
Sie mei ('?in inehe, Penntngtnn, CharleBtoa ?id Jark
I lonvllle William ? Clyde
Bu iii.'-r llermac Winter, Nlckcrsoo, _o?ton?H F l>im
imer Vesper, Wltion, riilla.l-lphla?William ? Clyde
a '
Steamer fluyandotte, Davis, Norfolk and Newport News
??a ? s ? ?
Hhlo ?'.l'i Waketield, Henry, San FroncUco?Flint
A ?
Bark Lln? (Obt), Hlnrlchs, Antonina, Braill?Punch,
li lys ,v ? ..
Btaamera VIII? ?!- MaraellM ?IV). fee Peel an Prince,
?li . Habana ? ?; ?? ?, Havana, et.-. Alllanca, Colun- Ouy
- .? ! Newport Nt-w.v Cmnancli?, Cnarle?*
s impton. Ma] 10, 2 a m?Arrived. etenm?r W.-lmir
(Oer), >?,?.?.:. k ?.:. Sea "?'"???< for Bremen. anJ proceeUeD
,. M i\ I?' Pawed, titeajner Ptnniylvanla (Oer),
K'i|.rr', Hamburg t? r ,n.? York.
Hull. May 0 Arrived, ?t.-ajner Hindoo IBr), Douglass
New Vork, via London.
l.i ??? M ??> ? ?p??.?1. ateanier Umbria .G??. Dut
ton Se ??
n, Ma) l'> Arris?"., m.,imer Horrox ?lin. Cado
(tari. V ? ^ : k
I.I/...I M iv 10 ???????. ?teari.r Peutschiand (C.er).
s? ? ? -?. ? ? Sea \ ? -k r r Flu? II g
iii'i.-ii- Mbj 10 Arrived, ?teamen Brilliant (Ceri.
?'?;??t. ???? ????. Nordkyn iNor), Beer, New York via
Deptf ?rd,
, May 9.- tirivi I, it? imer Panan ? (Fr), CursL
K< a ?
Uveri wl, May fe^Arrived, iteamer Hilary (Br), Mitchell.
N. ,. Vorli
Stettin, May 7-Arrive!, steamer Qoorgl? (Oer), G ?
N.-v f. rk,
Brow Head, May 1?> Pass.-?!. Mteam?r Phldlaa (Br),
S ??.? ??irk : r Mar. h? ?ter.
dtar, Muy IO, i p m Balled, ?teamer Wem (?der),
M fr in Oenoa), \v?.v v. rk.
? imer Br oklyn City (Br),
W f ?
Havre, Mu t Balled, ?teamer Taormina (Qer), Muller,
fr? m llamburs for Ne* V? rk.
Hamburg. Mai 7 Bteamer, Weatmeath ??. stone
N. M Y'.rk
Sriiiy, M..v R) PaBsad, steamer V enaam (Dutch),
Sten? r Nev V.ak fur it. iiogn and Rottenlam.
L n, May 4 Balled, ?teamer Vega (? rt), Coelho
?.-., york.
M. eitle?, M..? to? Arrived irla .i?. i.U
:.? . S ?? York Hclndla ?????. niinht. New Torh
Payai, Mai i?? Arrived, Meamer Peninsular (Port)
B ? ? ,i??, N. ? Vi.rk f..r Usbi B.
A.l? ,-rfltemenl?. iiillllllleil into il, ..... ,.?|.
ll ni n? ni??? reeefSBMBfM I?? |l?e r??iii|,<r? ,,f
Tiir. TMII M' aa n...i-????ni.i> ?.-??,,?,?,., tlI|(,
bausliiaafl <????? ???? ???????? ?>? anil srlth ti??? n,u
rarttaars svilii perfetti ?????,-??.
*m t-aU? ?h?
I High Grade Montauks,
$12 TO $28.
Monla.lk ?',,?|e Caire,,,?
, '? I '?'??? 'rti.-ft Bltachmenti
??? IMti |> PRICRB.
sWi 17.00; Babe, U,Wke>,
? rid.. ;...:?:
thi: photo sToitaa
a. ?.! \\i:iu,
-? mul ?_.? ?:, ?:t.i. s?.
If the le.it-?? ?r fU
Will gel ?ll the.,
';' ?<_ illver, , ,? ?, ?
?In uli.l ??? I || b) ??.,ul 01
P1""? *?? will end them
bi return mall -,
MSel ,..r f?H ,?iue u?.rr
limi?? rninbiiehej ?aw
txaaayei ?ml redner. Hank
?i-l'-i ?????
?HMMI ? joyi*e,
a- Tuitoti at_. n. g.
Our III? Snl?> ?.?HI? It? ?rent ehnnee? etili
enfimi?????? * ? I ?? ? ?I I ?I \nrle?) of th?. moat
poptilnr alinfiea nml ???lor? lo clioo.e from at
l'rl??es ?l?ir-? 'I'hnn Atlriull ve.
All the leading stylei Braids ?ind color?,
50c, 65c. and 98c. Each.
I.iitcst awl best shapes,
50c. Each.
An Immen??? .urici ? of G,???t??,!. WnlLlna*
lint??, ? riunii.il III? ?ele lint?, line FI o tv era.
l'en t ??.t? nini ?lillinerv Irli.nul ??-? (lt PX..
?-???itl?>iiiill> lessi l'rl?????.
Some of the good things offered you
at our great sale of Dress Fabrics?
45-inch all-wool Brocaded Lace Kta
mines and 44-inch all-wool Leno?,
variety of shades.25c.
38-inch Tweed Mixture??.25'.
46-inch Illuminated Knotted Canvas
and 45-inch Silk and Wool Poplin
Plaids .39c
Silk and Wool Novelties and all
wool French Epinglines.49^.
48-inch Silk and Wool Grenadines. .1.25
10.000 Pieces purchased from the re?
ceiver of the great Gilbert Mfg*. Co.
that failed last week?This great stock
consiste of Combed Yarn, Printed an?!
Plain Lawns and Dimities, and is of?
fered to you at the remarkable price?
5c. and 10c. Yard.
10.000 Pieces Fancy Ribbons, compris?
ing all the newest designs and color?
ing*?. 31.' to 5 inches wide,
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