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THE NEWS OF BROOKLYN.
Brookl/D and Lob? lelwnd readere of Th? Tafhaa* raaalr* tha c?mpl?4? '?*?_*__*' Tcu-k City edltlow of thx p?pats wltla a Bpaaflal aUaplajr of Ilrookly. atwi adda*. MINISTER. NOT BUILDF.R. THE REV. OTHO F. BARTHOLOW DE CXJNES A CALL. HE 13 NOT WILUNO TO UjnjJBRTAKJB Tffll TAt* OOTUNSD Bt THI BIXTM ATJWIU1 JaTTHODiaT CBURCH. The Rev Otho F. Bartholow. whoaeJJWJ ,e.-m ns paator ot tha Plext BUeet J-^JJ Church will esplra In AorU, has oxcWed that h, .?, , ... .., go to tha Blxtb Avxnue Math i,':.8.!-, y*?wTih.rXrt..t ??? baa con ? ????? of tba Heet at church, and di Ided thxt ba would be ^ man to fltlmulat. tho aotlvlUex of thelr people the offtxrt of arectlng a aew houaa of wo?hlp.They aaked Mr. Bartholow If ha would be wllllng to aocept a pxxtorata wltb them. Whll* he waa coMldertnxj the propoaltton lt came out la tho iBXpera that Mr. Bartholow would poa Ulvo'.y go to tho Stxth Aroaue Methodlet church ard would xgrea to arect tha new boeae. At one. Mr Bartholoxi begaa to recelva krttarfl from attera of churc .a aaklng for the contracts to far Blah th. Btalned glaax, pewa and othor furnlahlngx The ii-.i.'.-.- . - ?'? ''v'r' and . l0 , . Snder the ? e? tt w-uld not ba wlaa to ,ha^ a mlniater-a taxk la toibe a paator and not prlmarily a bullder of churchea. Ha feela ?"", ' ? me a , itoi with tha axprexBed StVnUonol ? ^h,twr.^dMwouldhbo work. Every . . ? - ? *-p^Sh,fd,i^0Uhurch lookin* f ir a req ieat for money. l h.n If the onurcn not be lt ? | - ?& ?ftVThUura Ur Bartholow bellevea thal fluch thinga rfth t, ., . ... houid coma na a naturai reault of a auoctaaful ar.d progreaalva P*Btorxl work. Ha has sent . letter to the Blxth-xve. church people aaklng them t i ralcxae hlm from aay underatandlng wh them but ha* n..t yel recelved an jnswer. Tho Blahop al '- ?? conference In Aprtl jrlll axatcp thepastorx to the dlffarenl churchea ?fbOMMflL jf th? Blahop doea noi coma to a aatlxfactory de clalon of the mxtter Mr Bartholow may dedda to apend a yaar at the Uatvxralty of Oaford, England. ln atudy. _ QVICK WORK OX THE BRIDGE TROLLEY COMPANIEB DOINO ALL THEY CAN TO FINISH THEIR TRACKS. CARB TO Bl RUNNINO IN* THIU5B WEEKS *BL*B TATED ROAD9 AT A BTASTDBTnA* Brook:vn's trolley Offlclala no longer fear that thelr work on the Brtdga will ba interruptad by troableaorofl Injunci - I "1 b>' the ordrrp of the Brldg. Comrol aloner. When the commlt tce of tha M ? *titm m?t on rrl" day nlght and I. after a lor.g aaaalon. that they had taken no actlon to preveat th" run nlr.g of trolley- ara on tha Brldga, thay praetlcally eoncedtd that they could flnd no raaxonabla ground for turther oppoaltlon. Ei - bjr this aa Bouaeement from the repi < the Manu faeturera1 Aai i, Prealdenl Hoaalter la puah Ing the work more vlgoroUBly than ever. and yea terday he anr. - I thal wlthln threa weeka, at the ootaldi ' i ***? '? uk0 ,hclr paaw r.?<r. .. ?? tha atructun The araouat of work thal haa been dona ln th. lact W((-,: tlona ar.d laylng tracka has been great. Large ganga of men hava bean kept al work alra K I >'? Nothlng re , , io t?. dona at the Brooklyn end axcept to widt-n the roadwaya i her i ?cond to th. Ptre< i level. T ' ' ,;' ; ? WT'st ... , eratlona will ba traos ferred to me aast alde aa aoon as thc weat Blda la eompleted. The trolley companlea will not walt I ? work before anaounclng thit they can tak? |.ngeri over the Hrhlge. Much of tha reflponalblllty for th.- prompt Bnlah ln- 0f tha x .rk now reata wltb tba Pamuylvxnja gtael Coiopxny. whl b baa ? muactad to rcmov. t .. ,,--.i . :. tha way Of tha trackfl at the New Tork lexralnal and repla e them with Immenaa iron rlrd.ra, which will aupport the platformx now heid up by th, pUlarx Ona clrcull of tha tracb haa alrrauv been completad. Prealdent Roaalter thoughl a few day. aro that he would be able to aend a few cara around th. sntlre clrcull on >V?Jneaday, but he has now deelded to walt untll tho work la a.l dona befora he attempta to open triifflo on the Brldga at ali Enginoer C C. MarUa, of the Brldg. efoea, is aaora than pleaxed wltb the pr^ent P?W?? ?xt M more Ixgxl BM) arlll be thrown ln tho ^ay of the Brldge croaalng project ??Now thal wa gone aa far a- we have w..h this work." said Mr. Martln, "lt scom. to me that we BbOUM be allowed to Bnlah It and demonstrato by praotlcal operation whether or not the ninnlng of irollxy. on th. Brldga would be aceompanltd by th.- eerious dan?er. which Boma pe ple pn ' fatr If there fearH are found to be groundleaa Saxre wtll eerulnly ba no objeotlon to an lndeflnite eontTnuatlon of tba trolley trafflo on tbe Brldge, If on -he other hand, It ahouid oe found I I plan'doca not work well in any reapect, tha Ceaaxalaatonxr ha., abaoluta power to rernove.tha trollaya frora Oie Brldge, xnd ha a - - rtalnlj do lo i an. confldeni that i -'? ? '?un< rtther ln provldlni foi tha Bafety of the publlc oi^? ln Uumrlng the contlnued aatety of the Brldga *:r'\Vc':-'-.er yel allowi 1 any concern to ? s coLer^;. :-r-.i: , r, . ?&*%** oftaPu.a ;???'?' ? ' ' :" ' ?*? rk; ?nd w.,Bha ind. iam aure, lha gen *T#rW'V''i~" . nlea ara maklng .very J . .? v% ... ihelr rlx! ta on tha Brldge as ?oon ?*?^ V," .. -. | companlea aeen I aapoj .... ..- at thelr prej ?*:? PWTMS relllng o\e .,, ...,,_ l,yf, 1n h? ?foTd'own" ?? coaaeet thelr trackfl with the Brtdga tracka -X DR. PABDIJfOTOy UAY 00 TO JAVAICA. gt I? WmOtmO THAT M WIIX nn: ABFIONBD THJSJXl r,T fHE CON*reRBISCH It wa. raaorted yeaterday that the Rev. Dr. B B Pa-dington. aecretary of tho Brooklyn Church Bo. Sitv will be aaalgned to the Jaaaalea Mi Church when tba New-York Eaat Confi ai - i? iembi.a. ln Aprtl naxt Tha pxatorata at Jamalca waa male v, aat by the death, ten daya ago, o! vhe Kev W. A. Dlckxon. The BXlxry which tha nas'or wouM rawn. had ha llved, la belng ^a'd le Mr. Dlck n. ar.d tba Church B provMlng pulplt Bupply from week to we. k, wlth? out axpeaaa to tha church. Dr. Pardlngton, when %^1;;:;'m:i- t. kofmj belng ns?Urned o JasnaKa, but It la entlrely preroature lf ih.! Conferanca detern ' ?'>' work L" Inor" Ial" uabl. ln connectlon with thc Church Bociety than U would ba n a |.- Bla .op wtll keep me where I am. 1 have not recelved any Inylta Mon to conalder a call to the Jamalca i> ilpll -No h Ing d'-ftntt. will be known untll tho Conferenca aa.emblea." _ A.V BLBCTRWJAN Hlt:* BUDDENLY. BTIUCKEN DOWN WHJXE AT tt'. iltK TiHATH DUE IROLABLT TO HATUBAL CAUSJEB. Bamuel Booth. an eleetrlclan ln thc emt.h.y ol Abraham & Btraux, dlad auddenly yeaterday whlh worklng on the el( itrleal appxrxl ? In his em planrara* atore. It waa at flri-t auppoaed thxt hi dled fror.i u.i aloctl k, but lt was oft.-rwarii laid that he dlad frorn naturai CBUB4M. Boath wa. forty yeara oiu. and Uved with hii wlf. at No. 101 Veiona-st. Ho hnd worked foi Abraham fl >- rxm for tiirce yearx II. wu buxj raarranglng ih. tha bla flynxmoa undei lha centre of th? Ktore, wh -n t.- waa Been to thi a up bla ha: : ovar, A ? wa. ??nt f'?r. h'.it Booth dlad befora aisinta;.. t could ba had. An autopaj will he n^ceasary to dct.rmln. th< cauao of death.. WkVUBLWAXS VAY BB RJSAPPOIXTED. "a BBOvamant ? ??. bean bagun to Induca Praalden Thotnan I. I ? irtmenl .-.' Txxti xnd Aaaeaam ? rcai Ueneral Jamea M I^er and Beujamln '?'>'. iVUaon, tv... Rcpubllcam wiio hav.i i falthfullj 'ur many yeara. ai Brooklyn aaaeai >ra There I naturally oppoaltloi to tho appolntment of Repubycana by the. hungr) D.mocrata, but tiie Tanimany otflclnla wlll b? alovi to di.regard the servica of (Senerai Mcl>eer an< Mr. Wilaon, and may ba lnductd to r?Appolr.t tham, PB0TE8T8 AGAIXSTTAX LEVY CONTKOJ.LKR COLBR'8 A42TION A ?I'R PRIHK TO BROOKLYNTTM. OriNTON? or MKN WHO AKE ArQt'AlNTRn WTTH THE nXANCIAL QfKSTI 'N If AN Afsrr^ MENT 7S MAPI7 ON BltOOKIeTK, OTHER BOROUOH8 8IIOEI.D REC'EIVQ THB sami: TREATME94T. when Hugt McLaugblln forced Richard Croaer to l.-: i;rook:>;i Demoerata bava tho nomlnatlon for Contr ller there waa t<. jamio oatenl a feellng of aat? . ' -ii among Brooklyn laapayrra lt wa* aup : that i:i:.l S. Coier would Kunr.l to the laat ,.,. tntoreata of hla own borough. Tha fact th.u Mr. Colcr haa hlmi ilf been the 0:10 to propoae an addl tlonal nr..i aeparat. levylng of taxea on Hrooklyn property haa fllled Mr. Coler'a fellcw-townaaoen with aurprlae, ;o aay tho ie.i.-t. Inasmurh Bfl ncarly all of Hrooklyn's ao-oallod do flolcn^y was rollrd up duiinK IneompetOBt Demo cratio adralnlatratlona, it i? thought to be of quee tiorahio tai r f,.r .Mr. Cotar to acccntuata thi l.y an app?ai to tho Leglalature to order a tax levy of about BJ.OOO.Oftl ln Hrooklyn thla yc.tr. Theaa aro some of the opinlona of Hrooklyn men on tho altuatlon: Praak Balley, presldent of the Tltlc Guarantee and Trusfi Company, flflj i "It scorne to me to he an unfalr proposltlon to ?ad dle any of Brooklyn'a partlcular debt upon Hrook? lyn alone, a? that very Ihlng is prohlblted in expreaa terma hy the cbarter Itaelf. ! - I ?? ? any differ enoe bofw.-cn thla debt anJ any other debt of the city, ix:':p: that it 1a unaecured, while othera aie s< :un fl." If th.ro was to ba a sp. tlal levy foi Bi lokljrn, Mr. Ball.y itiggeated, there ihculd ewl* ln Manhattan ai.U The Bronx to pay oft the de flclency ti ? re. "i am aurprlBed at th? pi f Mr. C ler," ?ald i- ? lix 1 Bmpbell, ; ? the 1 1 Tr iat Company. "It appeara to me nol to bi kerpli ? od faitli with o.ir people, '1 11 frei !om : Brooklyn thla yeai a*aa ai m '. 1 pari of 1 tract ua ai ? ? .? 1?,. N 8 . tiai.1 auid li. lui:.. ?; .??? <..-.--?. 1 \<.- to co\ er any ao <i John v. Jami . - ed that I , er n m< ly would be :..- ? ? of taxea alr. 1 ly . . i- . a tax i.--. y now would areauy d. Bouth Ui ".1. s ti 1 toard ol Trade on I nlght u lop < 1 t agalnai t lie pn l] !? \ y. I.;i.-; Th ;: . 1 . I .. tlli 'aX| Aaaoclatlon of the Twenty-nlrtn IVa d I n i- pori of Ita coun el, G< rg ? C i*e. He pu : 1.: ooklyn, eapt-cl Ita atroi g< ?l i-t1.' He aald: 'We .-. good falth gave 1 1 the elty of Nea all 1 11 pi??;? rty, - ? ?? l ? ? nei a, clalma and di . :i. :.. lea. '!'... r. 1 an br no g ie.* f fran I. Th ol N ??? -1 1 k hai 1 -. 1 rj - thing, Including bllli paj 1 ? ild New-York has an Ind. | l ? >? tha aame k-n-!. t 11 1 do not thlnk lt wlll .:,--?: in i I ii ...' the Boro igh ol M . -, u..: pay lu proportlonate ahai t ia a debt, and w? wlll pay our proj 'l ? ? lebt, I am I ; iting for yeara Ab iui fl. - . alnce IS i < Jonai qui ntly th. iatod beforo 1894 When the ? nexe 1 1 1 the city of Br oklj ? tation bi:is provlded that th. j m< the ' Ity of Brooklyn, except In Bridge ... bl Why ihoul i the ??: i l ble for any part of the $8,000,00 whlch had a mu :,i:o,] before annc-xation?" ? - POLITICAL PROBLEM8 SOLVED. ADDRE88EB ON LOCAL QUE8TIONB BEFORE THE PATRIOTIC LEAOUE OP TIIK REVi ILU1 :? IN, A well-attended meeting of the T'ntriotlc L<ague of tho Revolntlon yesterday afternoon ln tho 1 mi of the Young Republlcan Club, waa prealded over by Virginla Chandler Tltcomb, The aubject for tho day was, "In What Way Can Our Oovemment Be l'laced ln the Ilands of th. Beat IVople?" Tho prealdent aolved tho probiem by aaylng, "Let ui Brooklyoixa St w-York." The princlpal addreaa of the day waa dellvered by Colon>M wiriam Hematreet. Hla aubject waa, "Tamnany'a Reatoratlon?Who Aro to Blame? an.l What Next?" Colonel Hematreet declared that t.'m beat peopla were to i latnu for the reatora? tlon, Inaamuch u.s they dld nol go In for pol Itlca, while the worat peopl. dld. There was a 1 rj li ?' :.. ed, he ai -? 1 ted, for n foi m In ci 1 -na and prlmary. Compulaory att.ndanc. at prlmaiiea, he 1 igg< iti'!, w ild not be too extn me john II Llttlefleld, who waa a law atudent an.l inl of Abraham Llncoln, took part In the ? : dlacuaal m. He was warm In hla pn Beth Low aa an Ideal cltizen and tha , an attractlve peraonality. But manj goo Id, aeemed to forgel that ther. waa a n >rxn ii Uemoeratla malorltj oi 50,01 1 ln the preaenl N< -?? york City, and after all the Republlcana were unlted :? waa :?.???'?-.-.ny to (???? the \ lea of Demoerata ln ad.lltion :-. defeal Tammany Ha 1. It wai a Queer Idea that the worat. ,ton i.v dlvldlni the beat. Tammany Hall had a happy faculty of maklng th. t< and they would proceed to do that wl ? of tlme. __.. + - rUXEBAL OF 8AMVEL J. YOUVO. BERVICE COXDUCTED AT HIS HOME LA8T BVEX IXQ BT THE REV. DR, BTODDARD. The funeral of Bamual J. Young, tuntant of tha ? oni illdati I Qai Company, of New-York City, wa-. :? . -.-.-' .,- al n!fl home, No. 1,253 B< rgen-at. rhe s. rvlce wa ???!;. Dr. Bti ddard p t the I M ? Brookhaven. Long laland. Membera of I Lo.ige \o. 15, F. and A. M . of the Bcottlah Klte bodlei of New-York, an 1 of the Vol intei r 1 of Brooklyn, to whlch Mr. Young belonged, were preaent Mr. Voung'i four aona, George R Harry Wallace, |?i rcj lera, Ellaabeth, Prlt I 1, Mary and Mra A. Ba rd Adler weri .. 0 nreaont, - were H, A (Jod fn y, of the lati I Ga* C >mpany, nnd hla 1 m 1. iuli G "',': ?"? . J. hn 1' ' rln 1 ?? IKUm H. Bradli y, h cf englneei pany. A numb 1 of handsome f..?:-..! plecea wer? aent by Mr V'oung'a Intlm.i e frienda. The burlal take place thi* mornlng In R .-?? Centre, 1. 1 g Ji-lana. Mr Young waa born In Vew-York City in l?>il. In 1S70 hi !?? am ted with 1 Meti Flra laauranc. Company. In iw"^ ),,. w- . - puolnteil -..r-.- of t -..- Munlo]| al <! :?. and afterward became Ita pre dent. Later h? ? . preaidei t of the Knl k. rb ki-r Gaa > mpai ??? He , p r In ?,..' reorc mizatl m of 1 Iclj Gaj Company ai 1 ln -i I.r j...:,U'-i the Consolldated 0 Mr founi served throughoul the war ln th. 13th Reglment, FUXERAL OF MRS. STORR8 TO MORROW Tho fnr.-r.-i] of Mra. Mary Elwell Btorrs, wlfe ol the Ri v. l '?-. RI I ': Btorra, who dl. .1 on Frlday afternoon at hor home, No ?> Pien st , wlll be held at - o'clock to-morrow aftei 1., 1:,..-; ui . f the PI rlms. of which Dr. Btorrt is tho paator. lt waa at flral d to havi 1 1 acrvicea ..t 1 o'clock, bul foi apeclal reaaona the . v .-. n -..- to 2 o'cl k Dr. Btorra yeeterday roci . -l many n laage ol rondolir.ee from the membera of hl- churcl a other frienda ..f hla wlfe Fen ol Mrs Btorra'i fi:. nda knew of her lllni bi or death until thi ? of lt in the ni irnlng newapapera. .4 MOXUUEXT T0 PRISOy 8BIP ITARTYR8 Tho Long laland Bodaty of the Di gl ti ri ..f thi Revolutli :. bi hl 11 s.K-ifti meeting on Frld ly ? ln the 23d Reglment arroory, and llatened to a num. ber of papi 1 ?? ? f .mi.-. ...i Intereal to Ihe m< 1 Among ti,o?^ who apok. were Mra Chaunrey I'ar Mra Bleecker Baaga, Mn J. H. Mllla, Mra j. -P. Oerau, Mlaa Marioa Terry, Mlaa Averlll, Mra H <? I-l.itt, Mra II- nry Bangi r Bi ? Ueorge Hohomberg. On Tui Monument Commtttee <<f the aoclety wlll hold . lt the h. me 1 f Mi Heni / fi 1 ? Bnow, No 272 Henry-al Methcda v,'lll b< tred at that Um. for ralalng funda for a moi to ? he pi li on-ahlp martyra. LOOAX CLUB ELECT8 0FFICER8. Tho lyojtan Club, a promlnent itoi-niiii an organ laatlon In the Twanty-aecond Ward, held Ita annua . ii tion o.n Thuraday evealng at it? clubhouai N .--,-. Btxtb-av.., and elected th. followlng ofllcera Prealdent, Wllllam A. Prendergaat; \. Thoraaa Belli aecoad vtce-preaident, B. s. Plokfoi I treaaurer, P, T. Cruaen; Becretary, Cherlea <; D Plen, Executlve Commlttei John Keck, twoyean r m Crafta, two 1 H Curi .-.. one yeai E E. Brttlon, one yeai Membei Comi P. P Adama 11 eara; T F Cunnlngl im, thre. yeara; W. il H.ndrti k? 1 two s ??? -i ?; M I, ? ? .'?'. w ..i. i... ;? 1. one -...11,11 l. 1 Inai ? ? Commlttei II, E. Ptck ford, three reara; i; P Eldridge, two yeara; P h. hwa: IJ., one year. Mr Prendergaat, iho elub/a new prealdent, wai thi. Republlcan candldat. ior Congreaa In th. IIK Diatri. t laat fa.ll. Hi- la a member of tha Qenei 1 Comnilttce, and popula- In Republlcan pulllkal clf clea tliroughuut tbe city. Drooklnn ^bnfrttormciUfl. Drooklnn SVbncrtisementg. Drooklnn ^btifrtiflcmcnto. Drooklnn ^bocrtieementB. wwww^v BROOKLYN. Seed Sowing and Harvesting Together, A PARADOX I The bloom ofSprin i:he seed-sowing time, extends its influence through the whole store with the new season's Silks Dress Fabrics, Dainty Muslin Underwear, Spotless Household Linens, Laces and the future in so many d vet the harvest is here. the watchful shopper reaps a bountiftil yield in the many lowpncesofour , Curtains, Rugs, Boys' Clothing, Furniture, Upholstery, House Furnishings, Smalj fashionable things; an January Sales?Hosiery. Cloaks, Furs, Shoes Wares, and almost countiess everythings Imported Hosiery 7.500 Pairs Manufacturers' Samples and Broken Lots, perfect in every respect at lA to % less than the regular prices. Utl.-Wwtienxfinegauie and medium weight colored cotton hose, tan and stainless black, also men s and children's in black, regJar price lOcts., 19tfcts. pair. ,._,.. ,, ,, , , ? ,? i ,,?-? miored W .men's and men's b'.ack cotton Ho?e, high iplicad heels nd double sotes, tan indfancy colored urrers with blacli boota, alsn childre i'i ribbed black cotton hose. regulai pricei 85cts. to 85cts., IBcts. pair. N i ot 3?Women'sextra quality < ' red lisle thread ho,e, apliced heeli an.i toes, tan mode, slate, itnped, bla k and Yancy colored uppers, with black bootfl, also men'a Itsle thread an 1 cotton, h-.lt hose, regular prices, C\ot%-Women?exlra'fine hose, Un, mode, striped anJ colored uppers, with black b is, plain and ribbed, regular pticea, 75cts. tofl.OO, sale prices 49cts pa.r LotB.?Women'sfashioned ribbed white merino vests, handsomery tnmmed tvgh ne.k long and snon tleeves, a i>o drawers lo match, regular price 7-Vts , .V.us. each. Section C?Extreme tear. Cloaks and Fur Qarments. January Sale. I adies Velour and Plush Capes, handsomelv trlmmed with jet and (ine turs, Were $9 50 t i $9 50; now $4 90. Were $17.00 to $90.00; now 912 76. Were 94S.00 to 95.1 00; now 924.00, Were 956.00 to $75.00; now $'.'!? 00. Rusrian Blouse Coata m fine deth materials, beautifully trimmed and ?linei were $19.00 to $19.00, now $8 25- were $19 00 to $25.00, now $9.50; were $28.00 lo $33 00j n >w $12 90. ladies' Cloth lackets. with and without silk linhur, assorted colors an 1 siies, in 3 lots, as follows: l.ot 1?Were $"> 00 t) $0 00, now $2 75 I.ot 9?Were $7 00 | i $8 00, ? >w $4 ::> l.ot 8?Were $14.00 to $19.00, now $9.79. Seal Skin Jackets, Rice's London Dye, stricty first dass, with large revere> and flare collar, regular $'200.00, now $185 00 . , ? , 20 Seal Jackets many of which were especiallv imported by us to be used as 'model garmetits, Irom $195.00 to 9218.00,' were $195.00 to $285.00. 18 fine Capes, in Seal and Perslan Lamb, handsomelv trimmed with comwrutioni of other fine turs, trom $89 '"I t i $125 00*; were Irom $122 00 to $198 00. Electri< l oneyJackeU, 25inch? long, perfect fitting, lined with salm, now $29 j0 and ?W.00; were $30.00 and $46.00. Matchless Laces at Matchless Prices. New rc-i! handmade Torchon Laces, 1 to 4'-, inches wide, .it 9cts., .Vts., 7cts. and lOcts per yard. New knitation Torchon, Medices and Cluny Laces and Insertions, at let., 2ctv, 3cts., 5cts., 7cts., lOcts. to Potnt de Paris and Normandy Valeneiennes Laces and Insertions, in sets and odd widths, some less than one half price, at 8cts, Sets., 7cts., lOcts . lStfcts. . to 25cts per yard. Fine Net Top Laces. and solid arfects in Venetian point. white, ivory ar.d butter shades, all less than one halfpnce, at lOcts , l-">cts., 19cts., 2?.ts., 89ctl , 49ctS. and 59cts. per yard. Section C, extreme tear. New Embroideries, Spring of 1898, At the Lowest Prices. Exclusive destgns, wide margins made on superior cloths, perfectly worked fine nainsook, swiss and cambric sets, in various widths, inserti >ns I i match, dainty baby sets, and the more showy ones at lOcts. to 9'cts per yard Manufacturers' sample stripsin neat and showy designs, op<-n work, wide margins at 3cts., 4cts , "Lts., Tcts., lOcU., IStfcts, lJcts., 19cts. yard. Section B. French Challies. This is the la't ot these exquisfte best quality all wool French Challies which we will be able to offer at 88 cts. and li&cts. The designs are choice, white, tinted, navy and black grounds, 85cts. and HOcts.; m luture they will be 50cts. Imported Winter Dress Ooods, Clearing Prices. We continue the closing out sal? of tine French and German suitinsrs, all wool goods 46 and 4^ inches wide, that have been selling at $1 00 and $1.25 l yard at the uniform price of 69< :s. New Wash Goods, Choice and Dainty. Full a?sortment of Scotch Ginghams, Zephyrs, Madras and Oxford Shirtings are now ready for inspection. The col -' r j id lesign* h ive nevei bi I ? I.n s i beautitul n li a Garreaw and Organdi a r.nye, the leading styles in the new French Org.indi, in a full line of ex dusive desigm I 85 ls . 89cti an I 48 1$. a yard. v - de so:*. a i lk and cotton fabric of exclusive etegance bi novel and distingue designs, equal in ippe irani ? to the most expensive silk fabric it 50cts. '' ? ,, , ; Sublime," a fine sheer Imported cloth, in designs and printing equal to the highest priced goods at 25cts. a yard. "Victoria Zephyrs," 80 inches wide, an exceilent quality of Dornettic manufacture m close imitation of the j,fst sU . |ed go i ls :n checks, stnpes and novel plaids, dear, beautitul colors, especially ad.ij t -.1 I g ? ; wear at !'..",, ts Muslin Underwear Sale. Good Muslin Gowns, tucked yoke, 'J insertions. 29.ts. Good Muslin Gowns, V-shape, embroidered, 39cts. 1 Musl n Gowns, square yoke and V-slupe. line embroiJered, .r)9cts. FineCambrii and Viu I i Gowns, lace and embroidery trimmsd, 5 styles, 79ct>, S0 ts. r fine ilambiic an.l Muslin Gowns, hxndsomely embroiderfld and lace trimmsd; 9 styles at 91 ? Good M i lin Drawers, tucked and hemmed, 12cts pair. " i?im Drawers, embroidered eage, 19cts. .. |M Drawers, deep embroidered rutle, 39cl?. Good Muslm Drawers, deep embroidered 4-uuh rur'fle, 49cts. Wnite Pettii oats, hen a: I lucks, 85cti Wl t' I'etti oats, ruffle I emstitched, umbreflj shape, 49cts. With deep embn lered ruffle, 79 :; and BScts. Good M i''1' b ind, 25 ls Good .'?'. * *, lace li me I, 89ds I ... kirts, in nr.it (tripes, \ ike band, full width, 2.".ts i Corset < ? ers, V-shape, embi adered, Wcts , 99cts. an 1 B9cts. Wrappers. An as^.ite.l lot of Rarmelette Wrappers in dark C il >'.n^., also cardin.il ground, w;th smill fi^ures, some jraid trimmed, full ??? ' al ??' '?' reg !ai 91 25 i I c! 45. i ai nt ett? '? ., gee l '? iwns in a-^ :t ? 1 ttripes, hia i neck, yoke front an I back, at 7:>, ts ln En pire ^tyle, lace and embr ii leri l tnmmed, also h'gh n? k i bb in ind imbroidery; ch ?ce .it !Kts. C rlniii" ^*? en<* *? '?,1li'i'i',* Ihings for j pyffVfJflJV Carpet Sample Rugs, 1 % yards long CUrulins, home decorations in out uphol- ; '[?"," ?*'''?Is each, worth dou Bcd SctS and stery lepartment. Things you .. i .' . ..., donot thinb of but want after Cooch Covcrs. ,...-.,. w!1 ,.,,.?. Novelties in l ei an.l ('.otiaK'- Curtains, white and Dresden an.l DelH eflircts, st $1.95, $1159 and $1 45 ; . \\ hite Iri h Pi h t i rl i n 9 p? lals, $1 90 and ?7 oO, formerly 90 ??"' and910 7o Wl ite li ? 1 Sets, $15 00, $!f, 50 and $17 50, : 325 00, $27 50 ind $80 00 < ouch Covers, $1 v-r?. $1 75, $1 90, Derby Portieres, $8 50 Oil Cloths for Tablcs and Shclvcs. House lurnishinjjs. 2,000 yards ol I.'- 011 Cloth, assorted pattern<, Hits > ird, ii itea-1 "t ISctx 2,000 yards - I Shell l '.1 Cloth, assorted patteriu, Itcts yaid. iii-str.i.l ? ' 0 Clothe Wringers, every one watranted, 99cti m sie.i i of $1 :?) Clothes Line, 100 feet, extra quality, 20cts., instead ol -- t ? M:s PetlsIrons, 9 lo set, with cold handle, 55cts inslead ol 8o\ t W.is'.i lt iards, doublc zinc, 14cts inslead ol 2n.ts Corscts, 6()ds. in^tcad of $1.50 and SI.7.S 850patrsA| ImcotteU Pnma Donna ' -r rt<, in white ?nd gray, m I i line French Coutillt, both long and in ! un waists, well boiied and llos-.ed with silk, IM lo M Balance of a cho.ee lot ol W B French Coutille Cor sets, wliilo and di-l>, all uzes, 98cts.; regular $1.75. KII^S. Reversible wool Dooi Mats 89cts., in? stead ol45 t i ki ha id made Rugs, $1 10, instead of$l 90. 50selccted Turkish Shirvan K.i^s at $5.00, reduced from $10 00 I urkish i irpet?, ro..in si/es, at 25 p-v cent less than regulai 11 Thc Ncwcst Uninf;. Opalescenl Raye, wirh nurror ellotts, :?6 inches wide, 25cts. yard .lewelry. All Imported pampadour Side Combs, also Tuck , mounted witrfline quality Rhine itones, as ind styl al fiall ol ito < pnee, all in per if.t condition Hair IJrtishcs, Manufacturers1 Samples. 957 of the best solid back Hair Brushes, finesl >i talU ty, bleached, unble i> hed and blai k bristl ?-. in 4 l^u. Lot 1, at -i'.h t-. , instead ol 75cts to jil 10. Lol 8, ?( 75< ts , instead ol 98< ts to $1 49, I ot 8, at l?vts , iristcjd ol rl 25 to $1 98. I ol 4, at $1.49, inst ad ol $2.73 to $9 W Tea Qowns. ln Cashrnere, Imported FlanneU and Silk, at *}.*> 0'*i f7 i^. $n 98, $11 75, $18.90; were $7 .*>o to $45.00. Shirt Waists, Advanccd Sprinj? Stjlcs. Fine PetCale W.iists in neat stnpes, enurelv new, selt-detaclial'lc ItxrubngCollar, Ji/es 89 10 4'J, at I'.lcts I xtia .|iulity Percflla Waists in nrw checks, deta^h able standing collar, all fljaaa, at 98cts. To Every Man Who Wears a Shirt. A shirt at $1*00 th.it looks as well and wears as well as any $3 00 one. Each one ofthese shirts passes through the hands of 103 differ ent persons. It is not unnecessary work. its the idea of the specialist applied to shirt making. Every operator becomes a specialist in mak ing a particular part ofa shirt. Result: Better work and more of it. Finer shirts at lower prices. It has taken time and patience to get this kind of work. but it gives you a $1.50 or a $2.00 shirt for $1.00. Made ofWilliamsville MusTin, fine linen, four-ply bosoms, set in with strong stays, bodies very fuli, thirty-six inches long after laundering, re-en forced in front, split neckband, to prevent collar button touching neck, tape in back to hold necktie in place. patent continuous facings in front .and back and at wrist hand openings. side seams felled or double [stitched, patent gussets, all buttonholes hand made and barred at both siues. perfect fitting and laundered beautifully. Three shapes. open back and front, open back only. and short bosom open back and front. ln live lengths ofsleeves. Isn't it a revolution to be able to get such a shirt tor $1.00 ? You'll say so when you have seen them?As aristo cratic in appearance as any shirt can be. Shoe Sale. $5.00 Shoes at $2.19 and $2.79. ] 200 Vir<~ Women'i button and laceShoet, at about ',' reguiar r'tces It bought anJ $o1d in a reguiar way p'rtc-s wo ll 1 be |9 50 I i |8 00 Fuli assortment ot -1^ ?.:,.! widthi, kidskin, caltsktn, box calt and patent leathrr, roun I and riir* iw t .es, light, medlum or extra hcjvy extenston so'.es. ^Boots for home, itreet or skatng. A.i !<y'bfst makers and wa-ranted to give sattsfactton, the pricis $3.18 and |S 7'J The Newest Colored Silks. 500 vards printed Japanesc S:lks, good assortment of destgns on black and colored ground. bright, itrong cloth, 33cts yard. 1 ijnO yir.is 24 and 27 inch printed Foulards, F'ongees, lapane<e and hdia Silka, rtch, heavy fabrtc, In black, white and colored ground, large r<d vnail designs, also tancy Romati strtpcs, at 49cts. yard initead of 75cU and $1.00. .... ,. . . 1,500 vards Printed Feulards, beauttful new color jcombmations, in exqutsite desigm, very fine and ntity qualttv. very 1-sir.iWe t ir Spring and Sutnmer Co^tumes, T.'icts. yard. ?.?.,. 600 yarJs Fancy I :^ured and Ciecked Tafletas, bnght, new colonngs, in very styhsh efiects for watsts and children's dresses, 75cts yard. _ , m . , . . .,, .. I yards Fancy Ctie.ked and llluminated Striped Ta'fetas, in new Spring colonngs, beauttfial combtrt*. tiorts, extra itrong an.l bright cloth, Mcts. yard. Household Linens Sale Continued. 00 inch lieavy bleached table Damask, 4T,,,cts. yard. 72 inch lieavy bleached table Damask, 7.*>cts. yard. 20 inch heavy nirkttr, to- match, $1.85 dcten. 72 inch extra qualttv Weach ?-! ^at.?l t.tb!c damask, 9Sct$. instead of ?1.23. ?j i inch n ipk ns to match, |3 23 d izen 1 1 t \ -,apk:"s *-J 00, instead o! $2.50 doiren. 1 lot \ napklni $:!.oo. m-teaJ ol $-1 00 dozen. ... Ie glasi toweling llcts., instead oflScta. _ Remnants of bleached ind unWeached tab!e D.itnaik and kitchen toweltrg ibont % Imi thm reguiar pricaa. Checked Nainso k, 7cts var.!, instead ..: 12',',-ts. 89inches -a Je India Linen, lO.ts., instead ot IScta. 5,; inch Une I - :h O gandie, 40cts , 50cts , 85cts., T5da.( $1 00 and $1.25 yard. Bed Spreads and Blankets. D ? ible bed size crochrt spread,, 'JS <-t$., instead of $1.23. Smgle bed ze 1 >chet spreads, 75cts. each. rj iblebe I size I ' let spreads, $1.38 each. : size Marseilles sprea Is, $1.95 instead ot $2 50 ???-.??*? K ?/ ? maniitacturers' samplesfine Marsetlles and satin finlshed spreads. $2. .3 to $1 00 eacA, H !e , tl, . ilar \ rices. .**??? Double bed size whita wool blankets, $1 %?> pair instead of $3.50. - - ; size Califomii white - ? I I?' 1 ik ?:-. -f< 00 instead ot $6.50. s . ,e white Austi ilian w 1 )l bl inkets, $8 00 instead of $10.00. Extra fine quality Califomia wool blankets, $1.) instead of $13.80. a^toos A , ?? ... )VV:!>( c .. i:, filled silkaline comfortables, figuredon bothstdes, $1.69 each instead oi\)?*X. Boys' Clothing Annual Sale===Savings of Almost 50#. 150 Un linen crash washable Sailoi Suita, with desp collar, :i to 12 yeara, reduced to Ttcto. 25 dozen bcst quality Percale Blouses in a number ol prelty designs Uirnrned with deep ruffle on collar, cutia and fronts warranted last 1 loi . 3 to 8 years, reguiar 49cts. al 29cts. . ^.... __m 200 W 1 .lublc Sailoi Su ts in a number ot very stylish effecta, aorna Creole linen md others neit Wg aaal whtta stripe large collar. handsomely trimmed with rows ol toutache braid. 3 to 12 rears, wera $LW, at wcta. IsWllne washable Sa-lot Suits in thirty different patt?ns,all warranted fast cilor, collars stylishly trlmmed; reguiar price $1.08 to $3.98, at $185. All Wo ?l I heviol Knee Trousers. stronglv made. neat styU, $ to 15 years; reguiar S9cts , 4?.ts Another loi of AU Wool Tweed and Cheviot Knes Trousers, annnb?r of stylish patterns, 3 to 13 yeiraj RU150 Ilar ' !?'': A1UW 1 >l Cheviot Knee Trousers, our reguiar $1 H Mn.1, I to 18 years, at Ne*. 300 ... ?. fine quality All Wool Cheviot Knee Trou-,er?, ten different patterns; our reguiar ?!?,??"? years, at S'.lcts. Small Wares. Annual Sale at Half Prices. An Unusual Chance for Dressmakers and Dealers. 5t.COM) FLOOR, FRO.NT. Rubbet Tipped Dresi St.iv., all 11 1, 5cta. doaen Dr Warners Plati mm Dress Stayi in v.-ts, all colors, 5cts. seL Littlel ? 1 i"-11 Faste lers, lOcts. each. Parisiei - ! - I W re, 85 vards, 50c. box. I ? I Salet) Ifook and Tye*. ."Kts. gross. Plain Black an 1 White II loks and Byes, ."k($ gross. Prym's I onti iuous Ho .k 1 and Eyes, SScta. gross. I 1 ing Wheels, -1 ts. ej. h, Tape M asut , 2cti each. 1 himbles, ."..ts. dozen. 1. ;.'-.. 3cts each. Machine 1 Hl. 8 01 b ittles, -icts. ea^ti. .- . I.!, cans, Bcts each . ', : - - Iroi ing \S j\, 1c each. Key Rtngs, li, each Hus Veh ? ners remnanti, 5cts each. Diamond Skirt Forms, tilicts. each. i, I Sleeve l*i isers, '-'?!.ts. e.u'.) !- -. Busl Kornu, s./rs 33 to 40 inchea, 35cts. each. Buncli In lia I ap.\ ol -I pie.es. asst., 4cts. bunch. Moli.nt Shoe l j.rs, 5-4, 3cts. bunch. l',,M.e 1 ollai Buttons, i^ts dozen. Pearl ii. ri -t Pins, 2cts. exh. 1 il red Head Pins, lc. each Stewart's Standard Safety Pins, ".ts. dozen. Steel Hatr Pins, assorted, lOcts. box. Harpei 1 and Engtish Needlea, lc, paper. Fancy H.me l istng, all col *?, H vards, 8cts. piece. Fancy Silk Beintig, all colora, t? and n vards piece, BOda, pleca. Dress Shields. Rtlbbet linen, No. 1, BcU. pair. Rubbei l men, N>>. 2, 8cta. paT. Rubbet Linen, N.? 8, 7<.ts. pair. Rubbei linen, No 4, lO.ts. pair. Seamless Stockinette, line quality and silk coveaed.