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FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF THE IXSTI- | TVTION CHLERRATEP. AN ORATION DEUVEREP BT TKE RPEAKER OF j THE HOUSE OF REFRES^NTATIVES? AT> FRE9SES BT MAYOR WARWICK ajro others. Phlladvlphta. Jan. 3.-^Glrard College celrbrated U. fiftleih ?nnlver^ary BO-4ay wlth an el,.lH,r.vo progratnine of excrc .^ *H1rew-.s were made thla evenlng by Mayor Warwlck. Coagweaman Iiros.ua ..rd ofti. una cf the instituikm. and there waa eocal , and tntirumantal aacaac by pupOa. The eamtoo , wlebratlon was the orentofl Mtvered io-nigi t i,y rheanea R Reed, Bpeaker of lha Houae ol Re?- , raaaaitaAlvca, who Bpokc aa fattaarai ?s.xhuiidi.dand.f.yor^xhuinlr^^^^ hbh ag.i Basuutd, whlch ?wrt?g the toiwwin* perlod ol nearly aeven oeimirk-!- haa been .'??'' L. netloaon ih.f ? ofthe rM.bwVr ,, ?he ?;re:tt 1 ht.r< nroi "-'??_ , , '?? ? . .... ..,r imaginatlon annoi_ at . v. ' "urpMgmP?a? of' y?u aw ti.-i.-- th.- Instliutlon al whlch moal 01 you a-< StSTS bcM pu, ? b? beglnnlng af*"}?* wlth ?i; ??1,,1u';lvl":,i:<7:,rUhe palm gre?. hlatoi truggle ln vala for tneipnnn of lb? greati al ui neaa to the race ol man. ich haa the aano llofi f mathematti 1 - >?? II -^ "? noP"; r _aI hla work wlll afford ?n'nwTOiM|WWt?ui ?ncoi.r both When tlme has done r is p> rie t V , st. phen Qlrard, maHner and fwrahant. may ba found to have com. nearer lmmortalit> inan th. longTprociaalon of klnga and ca^nala. noblee and Btateamen whoa. power waa "Ightj 11 th ir own daya. but who are only on %\T"' ,> . . obllYlon. I am well awan that thlB coiiege 01 or . reln Ihe wlsdom of the founiler.or 1;? * tacta and thlnga 10 be taught rather than worda and algna, can aa yel make no clalm to that Mgh r learnlng ao eaaentlal to Ihe ultlmate '''; "^1 aa " t lt haa a mlaalon aa great ?na aa .?" Haelf more nearij wlti, tacal aleraUon "f maoBiuo. THB laAW of TNITT AND PBOORRBB. Wbetbar the overruimg Provldence of whlch we taik bo muek and kaow ao lltth haa each of ua m :i:s klndly care and keeplng we ahall bettei know w;en our mr. ida hive the hroad. r BCOpe Whlcl inort.il!'.> wlll make p aalble. But, bowerver men may dlaputaover in.hvi.iuai care, nis care over the race as a wh.de lllla ail th pagee of human hlatory. V: \ and progreaa ar,- the aatcha rda of the I>l vine | and no matter how haran haa oeen the ... . ? thoua.nda of men, ?very 1 eal t vent or re:." of eventa haa be. n for tbe good of the race Wen thla the proper tlme 1 eould ahow thal wara? and wara oughi to be nati lshedfore^e^ from tbe fa B of the ? trth?thal :-'?,; iences_ar?l the time li comlng whei be no more?thal peraecutlona .ti.; Inq Hberty ' Ife?that al] th'-- ? n peatllencea and pen were out helps to :he unity of mmiklnu. All thlnga Il | ,...,? ., ? ? ia together for a deep an 1 unreli ntlng \ ??, ?-? Thlnh whai ???? ah 1 il I ?? who earni d and hrutlsh If the wlsi then from ua were free fi and f feara and etood lol y themai lyea. . ? on n aupi rloT B/lBdom. 1 haa li been wlaely or 1 no aei of men of our race ihall gei 1 thal we ahall be b?voi. I the n elplna han I. 1 tna- they wlll 1.??? feai - mlghty as ro if th" lofty 1 laarned do noi llfi rag them d >wn. Bu t>e progreaa also - *.? a-,- ? . k. ?? t .gi I er, .n I alnee wi 1 I ? | ? . ? | nol ly n. lat ..,.,? y ....-'.? \ lld not - Ilfted any. II we let the poison 1 .'ith the hovela of tv . I tea if we leave to ... ..' , - ' Isr.oranre any portlon of our 1 us all. .ere ls no eacape. We m.st a'l move. I li we muet all keep togei ? - It is only when the rear ,. tnat the vanguard can ro .?tffh?:n oikarivs roBEBlOHT. Btapbea Qlrard rauai have underetood thla He tooh under his charge the progreaa <>' thoee who I 1 hla ald, knowtng t!.a-. If they were B I II '? to the Ua! of po.-d cltlaena, to tbe eatalogue cf moral, enterp.-:?:r.g and uaeful men. there waa Juai ao much a Idi I, not only, but to th? welfare of the n .^ belonaed. Por hl? orpnatis th.- vanguard need your f lundei alao undi n waa M ??i m*-n broughl p pboard and on ?hore, wlth few booka and fewer 11 cared for learn.nj: a: dll. would have had for Ifarie fng an uncouth reverence 1 ich aa theaat .?~ has for hla Idol?a r.v.rence for the fan.-i"d magnlncence of tbe unknowr. Thla would have led hlm to ea a unlverelty de\otei to OUt-Of-thi -Wgy lean yond hia ke"n or io llnk hla naroe to giorlei 1 he could not a?plre Rut ?he man who named hla veasela after the ure?t French authors ot his a?;e and who read thelr workg hlmaelf knew from them and fr m his ..?? and Bucceaaful life that learnln* ?is noi 1 I of edueatlon, and bo g..ve hli orphana an entrance Into a p-aft! il w"rld wlth Bucb learnlr.g aa left the wrrnle tleM or 'earnlng be fore them if they wanted lt, wlth power to mak fortunen l*"!'!^ It ls etratig" to watch the growth Into fame and reape<?t and reverence of .-?; ? ? Olrard, as h:s plan of onferrttiK a benefactlon upon the clty and the people whom he loved ht? alowly unfolded Itaelf before the.'r g ire Tn- generat:on ln whl. h he llvea can aeldom undera really ^r'-at m*n. Uo ll\e for to-day, bi for i aai He tak?a on the ceni :ry In wl I h he llvea and a hundre 1 yeara after he ha^ paaaed away. The man of madlocrlty muat make nla hay under the ?hln. ienl aun, ani ao rnj..-- ? iap ? hand he in l . and make us thlnk he 1< all. But 1 "?' ir'-s ,;: the nohleat ambition ol them all, wa ? Ir. hla weall ln ai; h'= ? that he eeeo ??re) to fi a ? ' ? generoua purpoi he-<rt \\ a ^ .. bl igraphy, bul a ho waa forced 1 the aacrel of hla carw -: "Mj mv llfe," h. ?-?'!. and of bis llfe noi one waa waated : " , rather than wor la and elgna." we:e warj . I waof ol nten.-^ Xo wonder he left the in ingtl n thal thla ahould ' a- hlng of 1 ot hla bounty ln< ?? a wai never to look. THK TRTJE ORBATNJHBB. The vast waaJtii whtch Olrard bad waa of II elf alone evMeace of gn .:t...j? 1 have 1 the epltaph of ( urtera. who dled rtch ar. 1 Bafaanoua, thal you couid aea what Ood thon ?-'.-h?s by tbt ? ?? >ple He gava them to. I rtuai may Theea ? h-? glven U.J all our smr | at was mad- and ftr.-n y held ln a hasd of elghty yeara. That in. .nt ,?? itneBB. But when the l< ooei? and poura I ? ri -h bloom of for life over fc'.'i 1 whlcn Iik^ r ? - ? ln thi .ntunea to come. that mear.a more than peatnet?. Mr Olrard u He put Into'bis enterprlsi h ; owi powerful oraln, and, llk'e the ehlpa he death tho advent ?? r:"' wlth the r. r'uiti of hla cai to! .. e . ut ?>: hl and hla aeni ia H. bu!l led f ir bo many yeai the itara arlll b< 11 ??? fora 11- work ..- Anlshed We envloui ,?? ?? who cannol be wealthy any rrH.re than WI Can Bdd a CUbtt to our Btatur. fcv.-n?.. ourae!v.i by thlnklng and proclalmlng that Durhuli of wearth is aordld nnd atlfles ihe no..i<-r ??ntimentH of the aoul. Whether thla be ao or not, lf whoaver makea to grow two bladea <>f (?r.,ss where but one grew before la .< t nefad race. be ai?o is a benefactc* who makea two ihlpa aall tna aea where bul one encountered Ita Btorma before However aor.lid the owner may be, thla la a beneflt of whlch he cannot dcprtve the world. That men who have achlewd xrcat rlchea an nol alwaya ahut out by thelr rlchea from the nobler emotlone Stephen Olrard waa hlmaelf a moal Ulua tr ous eaample. A hundr-d yeara ago thla clty was under the hla'k horror of ? plague Bo terrlble waa the fear that fell ujejn the ??.;>' that the i-ic'..-.'. r! of domistle t!es. tbe love of hunhand for wlfe and Of par.-nts for chtldren. aeemed nbllterated l ? goid Io.j* t's power ln the multltudlnoua pr. en of imper.dlng death. TJvr- WUB no rafuge, <\<,, i; the hoapltal. whlch. reeking wlth dtaeaae. was a hell out of wb'.cb there w -is no red,>mpt.<-,n Neitb, 1 money nor affeetion eould buy servlcc. "Fear wa. on ev.rv bouL" Oirafi was tb.-n m the prlme ol llfe forty-two veara old. ln health and atrengtb a'roady rtch, arid wlth a futtire aa swure an avai falla to human lot Of hla own accord, BI a volujv teer he took charge <>f the interlor of the deadiv hospltai. and for fwo lon>r ai.d aenry montha itoo*1 face to face wlth death. 8ELK-8ACRTFI1 i: NEVER FORO.OTTKN A poet hlmaelf haa aung of what makef the lt tle aonga ling. r ln our hearts for Bgaa wblle eplct perlah and trax-.dlea pa.?s out of Myht 'A hy thla 1 to we Bbeli 1 tvcr know by reason alOBC 'Wg] down ln tbe beart there la a tendeme*? for humai aeif^acrifl'-e whlch makea II aaem lol let tl 1 love of glory for 1? rev.ala th. eternal r of the human aou Bfari and stogei and graal inteUaetual eit,.rn ceaee to stir ou heart" but the man who Bacrlfl. . hli Mlow llvea forev.r. We forgel ?h, wai In arhlch wi theaiei.-of Zutpben and almoai ?'.> taelf. bu we *??11 neve, forg. th. death ofBli 1 fchouura only read thi work of hla Mfe. bul all m in Vlnd bonora hlm the s<;..r> of h:a death. Th. gieat war of the Crlui-a. fi our own duy 111JTT wlth Ita generala and marahals and Ra JM*"^* atormlng aoldiery. haa almo?t paaaed from our memonea. but the tlme wlll never come WBen wjj charge of Halaklava wlll oaaaa to atlr the neari or paaa from atory or from aong. It happened to Btephen Olrard, martner andmar cbant. aeeklng after wealtb and nndlni! It? wl>?*# Hhlpa covered every sea. wboee tntelleot Penatrateo. M your tr.-asi.ior> booka wlll Bhow n huijdred vear? Into the future. to llgbt up btolWeW a oaed more noble tban the dylng eourtear oroju ney and braver 'han tbe charge of the Btx Hun dred, for be walked under bla own e****.^*^,"? ,! ,. ind waek by week ahouldcr to Phoulder wlth defttb. und waa not afrald .?m,?i?. HoW nt Indeed il la thal aaddet theae templea whlch are the trlbutea to hla mtelleed^ahouMI etand the tablei whlch la the tribnte to his heartl Bureiy. I he Immortal dead, aerem wlth Ihe ***** et.mity. are nol abore all Joy and prlde. he muat foel that no mariner or merchanl ev.-r a. nt fortn a venture upon unknown aeaa whlch came back wlth r;ehcr cargoea or In BtateUeT shlp*. ? MB ECKELS O.V "PVBLW LBADE>R8BIP.n thi: kx CONTROLLBR OF THI thka^cp.y MAKBB an ADDREBfl IN OUCAOO, ( Chlcago, Jaa I Jamaa B, Bokala ea-CaatroBer ?] of th, Unlted Btatee Ttaaaury, who began hla J dutlea to-day aa praatdaal of the Coramerdal Na- < Uon .1 Banft of l bteago, dellvered an addreaa al i tlon w the Chlcago Unlver- , j vlty lieid at the Audltorlum, thla evenlng. H w, ,? : Leaderahlp." and a large i hla aentlmenta. Hi expreaeed | tha oplnlon thal durlng the Blavery ugltatlon and | t durlng the yeara of the Clvil vVar IndlvMual Inde pendencc waa undealrable, and contlnulng aald: ??To-day. bowevcr, the country flnda Itaelf eoa fronted by o altuatlon where Indlvldual Indepen dence of actlon not onlj wl n -. Jeopardlae the ..,. ... but mual be Invoked to rld II of Ihreatened dangera. I do nol nndereetimate the patrtotlam of thoae who control party organtoa tlona and 011 Placea of teglalaUve and admlnlatra ttve truat, but there mual be aomethlng radlcally wrong In exlaUng publlo morala and publk) aerv. wh.-n queatlona of great Natkmal imporiai.ee are treated from the polnl of vlew of mere local de Btrea Inatead of on the broader ground of a wholo country'a Interest* II eannot but augge*! more than on.- eerloua doubl aa to the future glory of tha country when on- no.es thi tendencj on the p.irt of poollc BervanU to compreaa the Intereati of all the pcopk wlthln tbe twrrowf ??nflnee of a Congreaialonal dlatrlct and mw.ure ".,' ,o ' ,, t .kiiit courageoua actlon by the poaalbllltlca or an d 'on The atrangth of politlcal party arganlaa tlon Sm l" recent yeara been bul up al the ex nense of narty prtnclplea and publlc good. P?Out ofaai thla dlaturbtng and thla deatroylng f rcaof narty organlaatlon then haa atlll come ln the larg-M meaeure much of Ineatlmable value to the publlc it haa arouaed the bualneaa man to JL\ tieii tlon callod to duty tho acholar, and Poated to a gre.-.t.'r or le,s jegree Independence ":;,: "oiXh'bt" i!.-.rr,h.. p..m?- ie:,i.,-i,:,.. wh..-h la now the moal forceful thlna t ir good hi munlcl m" flkate and Natlonal affalra. reata wlth thoae .'. ,.?..;,,m m our aoclal and polHIcal ryatam. Ha urnteai la agalnBl lowerlng the atandard of Amerl? can Natlonal and coramerdal tntegrlty: ta demand thal the country .hall have a flnanclal ayatom r-itlonal ln conatructlon and adequate to properij mee? the changlng needa of trade and commerce. It rlghtfully Inelata thal ihoa wl o have the power and the opportunlty to act aball nol tak- counael of nolltloal expcdlency or endanger the flnanclal fabrk ?>f tho Katlon through unneceaaary oaiay. FOR A XEW TR1AL FOR RATCLirPB, fcURABBAC b TOWXi MAXXB AN APPMCATtON BEFORM JCBTICE DICEST IE BROOBXYK. Mlrabaau L. Towna who defended Edward J. RatcUffe tbe actor, ln hls pvoaecutlon for aaeaull on bla wife, All.-- RatcUffe, yeaterday raade a mo tion before Bupreme Courl Juatlce Dlckey, ln Brooklyn. tor a oertlflcate of reaaonahk doubl >n whlch he might baae nn appllcatlon for a new trial Mr. TownB baaed hls motlon on nbout flve hundred objectlona whlch be had made durlng the trial before judge Newburger. Accordlng to Mr. Towna it waa a aimple ea^e of ill ln the thiid degree, for whlch the punlah ahould have been no more than a MO flne or ten day.-' Imprleonment From the elde remarka made by Judge Dl< key it Beemed thal he agreed wi-h Mx Towna thal trial had been conducted In a manner to warrant n new trial Mr. Towna baaed hla motlon ehlefly on th? fact thal the complalnl aworn to before Maalstrate Wentworth by Eate Malloy. the aer vant ?m whirh the warrant of arreal waa laaued. ? la'admltted aa evldence before the Grand jury and later waa admltted ln the trial a* part of tha ??ln all mv axperlenca of thlrty yeara ln the courta i have never heard of au.h a t,ra, . thal " aald the Juatlce, and then added: A parl of tho record, thats a novelty to me. it a the rirst tlme I ev.r heard o? an athdavlt golng before tbe Grand Jury." To Bhow how lmpropor waa aome of tho e\i dence admltted, Mr. Towna noted the faot that an ofti-'r waa pe-rmittcd ln the trial to repeat a oon veraatlon he had had wlth lanltor wnen be had trled to aerve a warrant on th>- actor. "No lt oan't be poaslble!" exelalmed the Juatlce. ??There waa too much extraneoua teatlmony," he added. "TblB caae could have been trled ln a Judge DICkey eskeci Mr. Towns how aoon a new trial COUld ba had, ind the latter repllod. "In * AP?latant DlatrlCt-Attornejr D. Frank Lloyd waa preaent for tho prosor-utlon. Juatlce Dlckey told hlni he rould reph- to-morrow mornlne;. To tho re portera Mr. Lloyd aald he would have no dlfflculty ln explatnlrg the hiatory of Eate Molloy*a com piaint. TTIF DUMAVT BUIT TO BF RFTRIFD. Wtan BACK TO TBE LOWBR OOTTRT r^n RE BBAB2X0 ON AFTBAL OP MRB. BOBB, The Appellate Plvlalon of the Puprema Court. through Juatlce Wllllama toal week annouaeed Ita -. ln the eaaa of Helotee H. Frethey again.it Wllllam W. Durant, whereby tho caae i? =en: bai k ? lower court for trial. "wlth costs to appel 1,1,1 to Bblde the event." Th:s au'.t was orlelr.ally I by Mra. Frethey (now Mra. Roee), and tha -?> complalnl araa dlamlaaed by Juatlce , i tbe ground thal the plalntlfl had falled to provc any ea lao o ictloi aga nel the -i> fendant." An appeal fi >m ' il di lon waa taken by Mra Fn tl na. 8 lepard ? . j ihn E. i' u ? '; ' the firm. nor boi ? ? ....'??.appeal. ml Involved In tho caae la very larga the ? g it to be more than 12,000.000. The par? tlea to ither and alater and nra ren of Dr. 1 homa i C. I ? :r mr. who dle 1 ? Dr I';ra:,r. although a phyalclan by pi i ... i the gn iter parr of hli tructlng t i,.. M 8 ' the Chlcago. R i, ,-:? 1 P . ?;!; . the " ind M l Iti and the ; .??? . For aomi pi lor to tere ti i . i the Adlt '? ?? '?'?'?':" ;.- ?'? ni . i lan e '; - ?:?? '???? he i? g m r whlc e waa the preaidi nt ... i -.\ hen be dled. i I .v la Bup it Di Durant wa i i ? -. a arldow ren. H :? ? lanl i l became admlnlatrator ol hli father'a eatate '..-.?..- -t. j,! i e,i ? . value of ? iperty whlch pa ai I through ^^'y!la^l W. inda aa admlnlatratoi il |4." I Zl whl h ?a ii i, ii.e.-l by expet ? lo K.MM Thla amount ? . ;. ri e dlre ?? I, ? I be tut ed ovi r to Mr^. ,i ,-i>! L. Durant, thi admlnlatrator'a arlfe, who waa a eredltor of the eatatet to th>. amount of i . - v , menl ,\ ta mi !? :?? ihe de '? ? '. Vdlronda k lat i or of the intereai whlch Dr Durant wa lo own ln thi i ly, and tbe pi broughl Bl e the ac a. a ? begu Mra Fn 11 y haa re? marrled, and ia now Mr-. H ? RVXAWAY n VPPER F1FTBAVE. A OOACH WBJBCKBD AND THB DRIVEB AM. IT? OOC17PANT IURT A horae attached to a coach of Qabrlel Van Cott, . th, proprietor of the Brevoorl Houae, took fright \ at aomethlng ln Flfth-ave., between Flfty-flrat-ai : ;i ,,i Flfty-aecond-at., yeaterday afternoon, and daahed down Flfth-ave At Flfty-flrat-al the coach was overturned and the eoa bn n, John Pickett, thrown to Ihe pavemenl and badly Injured, and the ocoupant of tha coach, Mra Bydney Aah more, alxty-flve yeara oM, of No 102 IVaverle) I'l.i e, v. aa tbroa I t the face by apllnten 0 Klaas. Mr1- iahmora waa i ated i Pollcen petei . of the Ka-t Flfty-flrat-at. aUtlon. Dr Dade, ol No, c Enat Flfty-alxth-at., waa atimmoned and attend ,.,i i,, both Mra Aahmorc and ..,- drlver Mri Aahmora and PI heti wera both taken to thelr Pickett waa uneona lou when Dr, i -.- , i arrtved, but waa aoon reatored, n- r- elvedaeveral had i alp wounda Th''. fnghtered horae waa atopped after ronning ai reral Mocka, bui tbe coach wa wr--, k?-1 -_ ? TBROWR FRo\f .1 B0R8ECAR AND KtLLBD. a PAP>) '.'.in FALU FROM tiik FBOXT PUAT j'iKM r.sr.KH THB WHaBCLi Peter Elolowakl, Bfty-four yeara old, of Me RI Rivington-at . was Instantly kllled yeaterday after i.n by ?> ''?;?? kei ii ear, on th- from platform of WhlCh h<- wai rldtng. The man wa- tulking to Ihe drlver of tha - ,ir when II i lent hap paned The e;?r waa turnlng through Bleecker-at, in,,i paat i'.ank. where thera la a -i,.ni' curve, arben KlolewBkl w-.ia thrown off h\ thi ? ddenneaa ol the tatti !!?? f, I! uiirt'r the d.r. and It waa Impoealble '" '?'??i' iha car before it ran over bua, Tbe body wi** taken to tbe Charlea it eution. f/m Muslin Underwear===A Sale Without a Parallel a nvFRTNFMFNT concerning this sale seems necessary only as a meuium of information,-not solicitation. Judging by the A?^ponse to our announcement of yesterday. the best argument for your attendance is merely the statement of our prepa rations loTit. . fef them(o be con?idered as anincident rather than a feature. The feature Ke^ard.ng inese u . > . _^ , qMiHy.for^rice presented in all grades. The phrase "low pnces has of this ^^^^l^^^SS^ tlntbHorrent thinj Trlsk. Therefore, in notine these prices. pleaseconsider ?vil taMOAYM^^W^^J^^ r a. stances Unequalled facilities for purchase and disposition procure us the Sight Gowns There are twenty-dghl stvles ai nine rices between 88c ani $1.75. Detaited lescription of tll is wperfluooa?let tnese ew speak for the general exccllence. At 88c ?Of Muslbt, 2 styk*; square yoke of 1 K>ws pf insrrtion and clustrr of phuls, roll.ng collar and sleeves tnmmed with r.eat embroidery; hmp.n. ityle, with embroidery ihield, large coihr witn cambrk i ::'-. ilervei tnmmed. \t Tfc ?oi Mujlrn, 0 ityka; Empiw ityle, withhr^e revers, Irrmmed with embroidery; alto j Wgh necfc, with Kjuare yoke, tnrnmed with 4 rowsof embrc*> rry iruertion and clustaw ofpUH?, ambroideiy oa neck and ileevei At $1?ot fine Musttn or Cambrk, I atyJes; high necks, V necka or Emoere, tiimmed with embroidery and insrition; uthers hemstncfled yokes with clus ters ot platt-.; <-ome with the BBtaTB yoke ot dusters ot small plaits; some ribbon tntnmed. A.t fi 7r,_i if cutra qualttv Musim or Ombric. 4 atyles; Irrmmed with handsomc embroWenes, mgn and iquare neck$;?ome with bvge niirtrs around the yoke, otheis rul'tle ovct shouWhr, and some with strips of mscrtion from neik to waist; limshed with nbbon. Hrpcc fioods Ir' Germany hadn't annexed Dress uooas ^^ [h^d have been Mncti) a prench. It's not the na Novelt.V. ticnalitv of the thing but its beauty. Barege of wool with silk warp. To the touch a rose leaf, to the sifihtafilm th.it veils a blossom. There are 29 dcsigns. the prc.it majoritv formed of flowera?morning glories. tinv roses of the Drcsdcn tvpe. trail ing arbutus, azaleas, poppies, gladioli. hya Cinths among them; polka-dots, singlc and assorted, and other stvles that we cannot describe with sufficient ciearness to be un derstood. Width is 20 in., price T5c. You'll like to see them?sure. But not more than we will like to show them. Rotunfla. c?u ~'a*-*.a They are here in troops? hmbroidered the anstocracv of col.on Swiss uauze. textiles. The akirmiah tine and advance guard ot Summer Drrii Stuffs. And they are all actual novelties. Stripes of spml embroidery in colors, betwern itraight ltnes in white; $1. Broche flower figures m colors on white grounds; 90c f'laid weaves ;:i colors, with small embroidered figures in black on white grounds, 88c Stnped weaves in colors, with black fftih foit on white grounds; 75c. Stnped color weaves, with diamond dots of yellow, p:nk, heiiotrope, light blue on white; 05c. Six stvles, st-iped and embroidered, dotled, sombre colors; 75c. All black grounds and embroidered black figures, 50c, 60c, 75c Fancy embroidered white designs on blue grounds; 75c. Black grounds with white embroidered dots; 50c Black and navy blue grounds with white embroidered dots; 37',c The Spring f>rrss Goods season is fairlv open. Each da? :,uds something to our nch collection. New York knows better now than ever before that our Dress Goods stock takes no second place in comparison with any stocks in any market of the world. Prove this by investigation. Botunda. u. . With only one or two except women s ions these coats are a|| im_ CoaiS. ported models from famous hands. The exceptions are accurate copies of imported originals. It is leldom that such vahiei m these garmentS present at their present prices, can be advertised. It is an infrcquent combi nation of circumstances which permits such liberal cuts from previous figurea, It is i bargain offer in three chapters: Finf. k frurnbtr of exeeptionally (Ina coats in ker seys and tich velonrs, beaulrfully Irimmed wifl 1 ? . ling ol liit; very rtc'ily htieJ with silk anJ satin rhadame. Formerly at pricei up to $72 Now 125 each. Serrnl. Conts in ke?sevs and Sicilian cloths, al! irr ported gannents, tonner prices up lo $'>*) Tit;* t (tlting, tly-front or blouse. A numher ire ncli'v braided, othen have handsome fur coibrs and e.i^es of Prnian lamb or marten; all elegantly silk or Otrn lun-d. F'r:ce*?i'JU. Tkiri. Coati in ker>evs and chtviots, flv-fronts anJ bkMBe styles; fur and braid trimmed; colors are tan, brown, Wue and blick. Formcr prices up to $43, Now I1S, B?e r.l Boar. Hi. i.'.way. Ar.'U BBDFORD PROP08E8 A 8TRIKE. BBB PLAB Ifl iOB OOTIOM B3LL OPBBATTVKI ALL OVBB inii: KOBTN TO BSSIgT THB WAOB REDUCTKBf. Naw-Bedford, kfaaa, .Tun 1?The weovora of thii rity mran to mahe a atand no iihs deeMed thm tbe iplnnera ?n'l tho o|if-r.itlves are almo;.t unanl moualy In favor of a irm realatonee to the pro pceed cutdown ln wagee and a atrik.- .n?iiinst th. rininp; Bjratem, wh.i h it was propoaed to iiKtit li Ifareh A deputstlon areal to Kaii Rlver to-iia> for b oonferenoe u.ith the FaJI Rhrer offldala Thk eommlttee wttl andeavor to airure th? pI^'Ik-- oi the Kall Rlver unlona to atrlka us aoon u the Ki a Bedford ^trik<- no ? Into effect it haa been rota nl?.> ;o aend <.ut eommunleatlona to -*11 eantrea o tbe textlle trade ln tbe North, BOlteltlng flnaaela ippori aad propoalng tbe r.w... actlon as thi ponirnltt^,- wlll -iiKK'-Kt to tlio J'all Rlvar hrlp Fall Rlver. bfaaa . Jan l?The n?-w waga aeheduli on a baala of n i-9 per rai N-low that *>f tha ku tiire<- reara weal Into esaot this mornina; in tin mllN of thla flty. hut no <1<-motiatrr?tlor.a of nn; kind have been reported from aajr of th.r mtiia. a.1 the aperathaaa app?r?-ntly b*lna l.oimil l.v tl>.> rot of the unloiiH to a.-rf-pt the rrrturtlon for the prea f-nt. Ifitthew Hurt and othara. repreaentlna th rfaa Bedford operatlvea. rlalted this ? Ita to-da; and had an Int.-rvt.-w wlth S<-or?-tar>' Whlt^h- a?l O th-- 1'mmI weovara' nnloa Mr U'hii.n, .,?! ?!? |(l*i ? ,, ,.,11 a meetlng of the weavore for to-morrot nlirht ln Mualo Mail to dlaouaa tha altuatlOB Bp<-akera from New>Bedferd, Inctudlng Becretori ilart, wlll be pr- I I B| 4 BBWABD WOB BBB. WBTQBRT. BOUCB in-ti"1 POB :--'H.SAfK haki:h an OBTI .<K BJgjggi Di IMIU'.VKO UMAI. F^TTATK ChleagO, Jon. S.?Pollre Inai^otor IrhiilBI ha niada a verbul offer of Uu.you Ui approved raa rVhite Petticoats M ttyles at 12 prices from 3~>c. to $1.7.>. ipccimen values:? At:V?,\?01 Muslm, niule of cambric with plaits abova ? , , . At 79c.?01 Muslin, umbrella uifllc of cambric, Irimmed with embroidery; dust runle At $1 ? (?( Muslin. B styles with umbrella rulllc. tranmcd with deep embroidery tuftlc; others trimmed Wlth wiJe livertton, or COttOB torchon laca and mscrtion. At ??'? Of fnic Muslin or Cambric; umbrella mttle, trimmeJ with deep rulfle ofriandsome embroidery; one Ityle with a row ol mscrtion above ruffie. At |S.?S.?Ol Cambric, 5 styles: umbrcUa rofne, ttimmed with torchon lace and insertion; others with hjndsome ambroidenei and rows o! insertions. Other stylfi trimnifd with lice and h.indsone em? broidery up to $10. Short White Petticoats AtSSc?01 Muslin, cambnc rufflr, with hem and cluster ot plattS. AtfjOc?Of Muslin, umbrella runle, trimmed with embroidery. At 85c?Of Cambric, umbrrlla ruffie or lawn, tnmmed with torchon lace and insertion o?h.r? lar* nr emhroiderv trimmed. UP to $0 T"> corsei uivcrs OF these there are 86 stvles, at ten prices, between 8c. and $1. Specimen values:? At Bc. I M Cambric, Mgh badc and iquare neck front, trimmed avtth embroidery and pearl huttons. At 25c?01 Cambric, 8 stvics; iquare neck Iront and back; others V front and hi?h back; some V f>ont and back; all trimmed wrth w.le 'inbroidenes. At ;,0c ? Ct Cambric, 7 styles; trimmed with em iroiden.-s, soin- with insertions; others lace trimmed; iquare, V and round necks; some have arraholes trimmed. At 78c.?01 Cambric. 4 slyles; trimmed with (me embroiderms; some with insertions; square and V necks. Al |1?Of Cambric, ') styles: frimmed with nrat em Iirotocriee, insertions and ribbons, round, V and iquare necks. Chcmiscs 17 slyles at 7 prices from 18c. to tl. Others in more elaborJte trimmingl of lace and embroidery, up to $1.50. Specimen values:? At 18c.?Of Musltn, round neck, trimmed with cam? bric ruifle At 25c?Of Muslin, 2 styles, corded bmd, w.th open front; square neck; trimmed with colton The difference between the linen prices which follow, ani the next lincn prices which we shall advertise, will probably average a full twentv ner cent. in favor of your buymg now. Ihis is the last quota ,>n of the old Uriff prices. We have held thesegoods in their onginal nackaffes since they were rushed here ahead of the new tanflf, on pur pose to emphasize the bargain element ol these January offennRS. TARI.K LINENS. API.I-: LINENS. ... . . At 50c ? Fu'l bleached Irish Damask. 6, in WMe,Jl p ,; olai patter.is, good 3nd substantial, wortli .oc AtMk.?Full bleached Scotch Damask, 72 in. wide excellent quabty. ,, . J , ., atll?Cerman extra heavygTass bleached douw. Damask?Barnsley fin.sh; ol bestluu, very durable 72 in. wide. Valut $l.o0. TABIF. C.LOTHS. _, . Cenu.ne Barnsley Damask Table Cloths; gras bleached?iree from rhemicals?th us retaining lu strength. Sizes: . ft?x70in.,$1.75 68?101 m.. g.T6 89x88 ln., R.M 70xl<W ln., BB. NMK$^Sa dor.-Cood, bleached Scotch Damask llUt\7%m. F.spec.ally interesting to hote! an restaurant men. At $1 86 a do* ?Full bleached Damask. in pleasin patterns; some 18 in , others, 20 in square. A Trade E> Let us say at the beginning th lengths nor soiled, nor undesirable precise, for this is a sale not to be c< New goods, fresh goods, goo< be in demand tor six months to co the substance,?here are the detai! II 860 yards Net Top I.aces, yesterday, 20c. to 1 7*4 yards point Apphque, yesterday, 65c I j B 676 vards Mechlbl Laces. yesterday, 8c. to < \>~'2 yar.'.s MargOt l.aas. yesterdav, 80c 10 ? 7 11)7 yards Poml de Uene l-aces. yesterday, i 14 068 yards Imitation Thread Laces, yesterday '680 yerdi Valendennes Laces. yesterday, 1? 700 yards I'o nt di Pirtl I.aces; yesterday, II M??'c c:il- A catastroi'HI- in Ties?get: ^iSr ?tyour throat The sadnes INeckties js fa the olher feiic.H nol fot 2 ior 25c. you. not for us. "Economj is the road to wealth. " So runs the New Ye.ir resolve. Here's vour chance. "SilJ ties, two lor a quarler"?socries the Men Furnishing man. If we spent money d? BCribing them the price would double?bu thev are tinc. handsome and will rnaki nice l'.ttle four-in-handa. Normally 50c each. At $'3 a doz.?hxtra heavy, grass Dieacnea uamasK, 22 in. square. TOWELS. At VZ</iC?Fnnged huckaback towels, 20x40 in. At 16c?All white huckaback towels, hemstitched ends, strong and durable; 1^x39 in. At 18c.?Irish huckaback towel*. of fine silky yarns, and generous size. At 2.1c?Very fine ill white German huckaback tow? els, hemmed and bordered damask. BF.D I.IN'FNS. At $3 75 apair.?Sheetsof strong, unlaundered Irish linen; neatly hemstitched; 90x05 in. At $4 50 a pair?Sheets ot old-tash.oned German lin? en, hemstitched; 90*96 m. At $5.50 a pair ?Sheets of fine, round thread Irish linen, hemstitched; 90x9ft in. ; I At 87tfc.?Irish linen pillow cases, regular size, neatly I hemstitched. ent in Laces ese are not odds and ends, nor short patterns. lt is necessary to be thus )iifounded with common-place otfers. s in present demand, and which will ne, at less than import cost. That is s:? 61.25; to-day, 14c. to 05c. 61.65; to-dav, 10c to 45c. 2c; to-day, Sc to 16c iic.; to-d.iv, 2Jc. to 88c. Jc. too5c; to-dav. l">c. to 20c, Cc to 'J9c.; to-day, 6c to 6c to 40c; to-day, JC I i 60c. C. 10 4'lc.; to-.lty, 6c to 60c , - , .. Therh are 250 of them, made BOyS Mice jn sjzes t0 f|t i,0VS from 4 tc Iro'users. ijj years, Ordinarily they would cost a deliar. but their presentatiofl is governed by no ordinarv conditiona. 'i heretore, Sixty-five cents a pair. There's anothor lot of knee trousers for iamc ages, made from Engiish corduroy, usually and popularly $1 a pair. You may have them lor 7.3c. to-day. JOHN WANAMAKER uwrn.-rlv A T. Stewart & Co.. Bruadw.iy. Ith ave., 9th and 10th fta,_ aatatetoanj peraon produclng Mra, Luetgert. dead or nllva Mr. Harmon, nttorney for th- defen.-. bt, oomplalned thal he la only prevented from produclng Mra Luetgert by a lack of fuuda, and Behaaek II la aald, cbooaa thla metbod of re lolnder ' Ha elao hopea lo thua put a guletua o? theruporta from varloua parta ol tha oountry ,,.,, Mra Luatgen haa been diacovered. At tbe trial to-day Mr. Hamaon entorad * motlon ,,,.- aee be taken from the Jury and Ujetgert reieoaed on tbe ground thal the brtof aaaatoa of court on New reafe Day waa lllegat Thr mo ,lon waa il once overruled by Jurue Oary. Mo iVlarnco waa Uken at Baturday-e aeaaloa. tha oourt navmg been adjourned aa aooa aa tha dafaaea aa jected to the trial procei dlng. JOBUB QVIXCI PXJT8 AWAt AMBlTtOV. at THI BWO Of Bia PIUBlB*n WBJt he kays. BB WOf, BB BBaAOt TO BBTIBJ Baatoa. lan I Mayor Qulncy waa Inauguratod Mwe te-da, f..r a iBCOBd mw of two yeara The two branchea of thaOoundl a?et ln thatr reapa Ure chambera il M oviock, aad, after namlag terapo rarv offlcera, mel m fotat coaventlon. A eoav nitee biformed the Mayor that tbe Couaeal w?a r.-:,,iv lo reeetve hlm. aad aoon iflorward ?!<? wHa aaeorted to tbe Couadl Chamber. Blahop La?w rmoa, ?r tbe Eptaoopal Dlooa.I Maaeachu ?atte offerod prayer. aad o.* aaarintetratloa ot the oath'of oftio.. to thr- Mayor by Chlet Juatlce ki-m followed. Tha Mayor, tn larn, admlnhrtered tn< Btatutery .-aaha, ftrat to Ihe aJderaneu aad u.?n ,,, ii? Caaaattaaaa The Mayor then read hla mi ,irrs--. in tha oouraa of whleh ha aald: ai the aaplrmtton of m> praeenl tarm of ofl ? l armii ii.iv.- i,..n ennaged for flfteen yeara In acttve politlcal work. an.i l have nelther M.m.tatlon not the dealre to i ontlnua longer in anj publl employmeni l any thla ln ordor thal It may be clearly uuo>ratood thut 1 ahall have no otru-r alm durlnn the oomlna twe reere then to eeree jba Inter^Bta ot the clty and to uttUse all of W atrrngth and aU ot my powere tor the adviu mei i o! Boeten and the improvement of it? bwi nrnment WITH 4 (I /'/ri/. '^' S.'O'.fMI.^W. ?nn: BTCEL ani> wiue TMJBT to bjbj ISJCOR. PORATeO in ILUMOSn Chtcago, Jan 3.-"Tho Newe" has a dtapateh from ?prtnaneld, I1L, which aaya that, bearrlng aeaae onforeaeen Incldent. there will bo Med with the ?aeratary ol Btate thla areeh artlelea ed tooorpore Uon of the largeot eaplUllBBd ateck eompeay la the Weat The new company win be the Amertcan ftee and Wlre Company. wlth th- i?rtnrip.i .>?) r** located tl ''in aao The capttal Btock wlll b? tv-.?'".? Vooowo of whlch wlll be preferred itock, entltled to neehre aach year. oul ot anji aurniw. or proilti a dlvldend ol 1 p?r cent, ana the remalntni Cl.0O0.WS wlll bc coenmon atock. Tiw incorporatora win be John WT. Qatea laaaeU fc.ii wo^ and Blben H Oary. The tee for? lleenaIng th- incorporatlon ot the company will t?> eeef Ifi.OOO _ BWKATB OLBRKS TO tERP THTlli PLA0B8. Albany, Jan 8 it waa lanrned h-r* ta day that jamoa I VThlppla ol Cattaraugua Cenntp, when h, t? alectad Cler* ot the Benate wtll not remove .,. . 0| tha daputy elerka who aefwed under John fl Kenyon In ih.- more lmiwriant i.lai-ea. Theae Include Charlea A Ball. of WelleeVUle, who waa Lt on. Mr,.. a eandldate for Mr Whlpplaa plaee: ,.;,; ii Oleaaon, ol Delhl, lournal elerk: Hami'lrl Cooper, ol FellB MUl*. ivsstnt.im lo.mial 'i.'rk Erneai A. Fay. ol Potadam. Indas clerk: B. j> |.-',,r,i ol Oneonta. laalatant m.iox elara, ana ? .,,? ,- Dodge, ol Prpepect, ftnanclej fl?*k Inlin S Kftiv.m iiaatimt-il rhancr ?( hi.i ornoe aa ,,' ,..?, ol tha Btate Rallroad Cowilaeafta ta any. si.. t i. ..I thal novel ree aeal me twtee, And miii i could tind nothlng "darlne" aboot lt He i onal ....l :? rrry darlnf. lt tiitcesa lot of braven tor an a ithor to pul -i rei ly reliftoua ?tor) ..n' the asarket aowa^apB. flndmnipeeai JournaJ torrhon lace, and embroidery insertion and plaiti. At V)c ?Of Muslin or Cambnc, 8 styles; square and round necks; open and dose.i fronts; tnmmed with emoroi. iery ani insertion, cluster of plaits. At $1 ?Of Cambnc and Namsook; 8 styles, squara and round riecks, tnmrned with handtome em broidety and insertion. Drawers 2.5 styles at 9 prices from 10c. to $1.50. A verv largc assortment at other prices up to $4.50. Specimen values:? At 10c ?Of Muslin, with hem and plaits At 10c?Of.Muslin, with deep hem and 3 plaiti. At I3c?Ol Muslin or Camhric, 3 sty es, deep um? brella rutfle, hemstitched; umbre la ruffle, tnmmed with embroiJery; nartow ruffle of neat embroidery, with plaits ahove. At 50c ?Ot Cambnc or Muslin, 8 styles; umbrella shapel or the narrow ruffle; some tnmmed with embroidery, others with insertion, tome lace tnmmed, others hemstitched. At $1?Of Cambnc or M slin, 4 stvles; trimmed with handsome embroideries; some with iniertions, others lace tnmmed, some umbrella shaped. At $1 ,r?0?Of fine Cambnc, tnmmed with handsona embroidery ani insertion. For Infants and As a comPanion t0 ^ ror mianis ana saIe of mushn underwear Young Lhildren. there has been preparcd an extensive collection cf Layettes and articles for children's wear, which is rich in desirabfa items at very moderate prices. Some details follow regarding the prices;? it is untortunate that the exquisite daintiness of the garmentscannot be descnbcd intypc. INFANTS' WEAR. At 25c.?Infants'Slips of Nainsook, with box platt down front, fini>hed at neck and on cuff witrt ruffle. At 35c? Same style with fine Swiss edge on neck and cuff. At $1.50?Slip of Nainsook, pointed yoke of twenty fine plaits and four Swiss inserttons, ruffle of fine Swiss embroidery over shoulders, sleeves and col lar; trimmed with fnsertion and rutfle of em? broidery; deep hem on skirt. CHILDREN'S WE?.R. Girl's muslin drawers, well-made, bultonholes ln bands. contmuous facinjr on sides; with hem and four plaits. Prices vary accordng to me; 2 to 14 years, 6 to 22c Girfl gowns, with squue yoke of clusters of pla its and two Swiss insertions; tuftle of embroidery around neek, down tront and on sleeve; 2 to 14 yrs., 50 to 98c At 50c?Short dress of Nainsook. pointed yoke of hemstitched p'.aits and Swiss insertion, finishedon yoke, neck a'id sleevei with feather stitched band, ruffle of embroidery on neck and sleeve, wide hem on skirt. 6 months to 2 years. At $1.75?Boys' dresses ot fine lawn, box plaited down front. made with be.t at waist, co'lar nd sleeve trimmed with Swiss embroidery; 1 to 3 yeara. Saeond floor. n, . There's alwayi a sharp demamd WOmen S for the Kee-Wanamaker Cashion Shoes. shoe whenever its particularly cold or especiallv dnzzlv. Its a shoe that keeps out both chill and damp;?that's why. No less stylish in appcarance because prac tica! and comfortable. Women's sizes only. In many styles, $2.40 to $4. There's a lot of mixcd sorts of women's Shoes selling at $1.90 If we can fit you. you save a full half. and we can fit you if you'II give us a try or two, ITourth av*tui? ?n<i Nlnth atrtet. UaTc.^I at$1.50. Tans.browns, Kidskii. Gloves blackSf RraySi f0[ir but 75 centS. tons, plain backs. How did it happen? Thua, the importers wanted to liquidate and retire. Prices must evapo rate when firms would liquidate. You pay only half pnce?the other half is vapor? gone. Tanth atree" c , , There are fiOof these suits, A .^aie oi anJ lheir pnces nave been, Metl's SuitS. Up to this morning. $15, |18 and $20. There is a wide range of choice in materials among fancy cheviots and neat worsteds. Most of the suits are single-breaated;?not all of them; some h ive double-breaated vests. All are these seasons goods. and all have that styhshness of appearance and excellence of finish which characterize our clothing in general. Twdve Dollars Each. The eightv suits will jutt about last through the day at that pnce. Spotting <&oobs. SKATING TO-DAY At Van Cortlandt Pwk, New York City, Silver Lake, Staten Island; Summit LaKe, m y ? I ittie Ferry. on the Hackeneec* kiver;'Mornsand hssex Canal. JefBtV Ctty ?and word comes from Prospect \ ark tn*i they expect skatm^ there. too. a good cold map for a lew d.i>s and wo shall have ikating everywher*. Prepare yoursell and use Peck & Snyder's Celebrated Ice Skates. Amenc.n Club Skate-All clamP *?.: nickded, ?5c ? weUed runner*. $1 -V); nicke.eJ. ?i 00. Be'st Ametican Club Skate-Hjndsemely engrivei Md n.ckeleJ. 66.50 KVd M06 rer pajr. La#ia* Haif Chmf nc, H.00, 68.00, ao.w, 64 50 per pair. HM rinckey Skites-Wete 65 00. now 68.00. Hockew Sticka, 66c mi 16c LYNCH SKATE PLANEl will sharpen My skate. 23 CENTS. A.G. Spaldlag&B^sTjlpaldlr^Biidwtfl C??. 1 126-180 NassauSt I 66,81, 8BW. aaoaa.