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MRS. PLACE ALM08T TELL8.
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Ida wa* here on Sunday." sald Mrs Fahren krag 'and i notleed thal she waa much agrl ?ated Bhe waa a glrl of even temperamont. BsaaBBtaed of wall ragalated aervea i had never atCaj her .o agitated before. Wltafl she got m? a'on* *h? sard 'Oh, Freda. 1 fear that sorne ihlnar terrlble i? jrome to htpptm to me Sorrre ?Jtlng seem* to say to me ovef and over that mamma ls go.ng ta kl'l para ?rvl BM "i ou know how she has treated na befora, and how we are both afrald of her WBea Bhe getfl on one o? her uglv flte. This morning T arOBB up early and oeemed to s*e her standir.s over my bed, and eve,r slnr-e then somethlng has kT-t telhng me that mamrr.a ls eolrwr to Bill both of BB.' -I toid her." eoatiaaed Mrs Fahrealrrug. "tnat probabiv her Btef*?e<ber araa aa worae than before and that If she paid no anention to her ah* wouid gat over h?r aarbtteea bal I eeartd not aay. the notion out of Ida'B head that rome terrl BlB de*d w/aaM he attempted by her rnother. told her that whenever she waated te she was to eome to mv house nnd that I WCBjld take rare of her That waa tha abBt I board of th* rbild-for child she always aaataad to m* until I leamed that eh? had been mardered H t-TtOWPS STAF.E AT THE PP.ISONKR. Mra Plaee last night monr.ed and t-.ssed on a narrcrw bed ln the Kings Oatiaty Ja-.l, a physleal wreok. She Icoked llke a woman Bxty-nve or aavaaty yeara otd, althoagb shr- ts under ftfty. it is bardry aa ?he rredit of the peltca that they made a HV.Bg plcture of her. carttag her about from the hospital bB tha E.-urteenth Precltir-t etstion. to the hou*- la Hancach-al. to poiire headquavers. then hai k 10 the Kalph-av*. sta tfeat, and lar?r r.ai-k bo the Jall Part af the r me she rado **MPe1 'raded In an open patrol waajoa, ?uh nothing atroand ber bul an o',d brewa boaaa aaeque, *hiie handreda of morhldly rurtous Beegda gaaed n* tha haggaxd, aatlow faced woman and mattered ta thelr nelghboea, | Mrs Plaee naxrowly mleerd mnking a ciean bretat of the arhole affahr to Captain Ennis of ahe Ralph-ave. BtatJoa, nnd as 11 waa Bhe made Btrveeal adaabaB aaa thal aracttcally coavlct her nf the homlelde with arhlch Bhe la eharfed. This la what Bhe tald Captaln Ennis aad rttBectreea Berker ar.d M.P-hHI B000 afier she was taken to th* pah>e stanon frotn fh Mary*a Hcanjdtal, hav lna made a feaoHab artempt to eaeape the edghl hefore- by hreaking awav from Ihe ofBeeTB who hJ?d her in char?. i stru^k my haahaiad wltb *n axe at n ,\n o'cloch Laat nlght in rhe hallway of oar house i.ocau?e i waa afrald hr was golng to attach me. Tn the BMtrahsg ara had had 8 siOtCBl luarrel, ar.d I thouieht he WOaM Btart lt up afraln when ho g-ot h'tn^. W* dauphter Brtded arltb hlm. as tbe BBOally dld, nnd sla-mmed 1n my faea- the rloor of her reaaa when 1 went id sp^ak to her. That made me mad, BO 1 r.?i Bome arld fmm my haabaad'a de.ak aad threw ir in her fare. After -hat I fUdn'l s?<> h.-r Ia the aXtaraoon i - ? 'ixmc Ihe furnar-e In tlie eellar, when I saw ? h? a\" lyi.K cloee by I thouerhl H miaht be uteful ^ . uh> of tl ?bla bo I took ll upstatrs ti me My haabaad came in aoon af??r that, aad i atracb hlm wBb lt. Thafe all there is loit. ' Had yo.i been drlnklnu anythlng?" ?FKi-d ?"aptain Ennls "Yes," replied the aerused woman "I had a rlass of wMakey rind a plass of win*. but that was all My husband did always fmd fault with ma, anyhow.'' she rontinu*d In an lnjured tooe We were marrk-d six yeara hro I had then been a wldow Pix yeara mv !i'st husband's name belng Waaley Slaroal. We had a llttle boy. who !?< now reufteen years oid but my hus band. whlle very attaatlva to his own daaghter, ?wouid never permlt my adopted boy to live in the house with aa He is now ln Oiange, N. J.. wher* I had hlm fldMjreatfced to a harness rraker. tXNIVMBYTBD WITU HKP. flCTTJI A dramatle scene occurrpd when Mrs. I'laoe waa taken from the poliee statlon to the house ln Hancoe.k-st. She rod,- barehead*A to the tooua* because a policeman who had prevlously taken a hat and cloak from the huuBe to the Btatlon for her usr inr.'.ctmUy pteked out the murder?d glrl's hat and i loak Wh.-n Mrs. Plaee naw the hat she dr'-w away from i! aad refused to we&r It. By the tlme the ratrol wagon rearhed the houee the woman had nearly roilapsed. She awayed backward and forward on the seat with a pollceman araspliiK each arm She was liter aliy dxagged out ^>f the wagon and up the steps, for aa soon aa th* poll.-emen Btaited upBialr? she dflvhtei thelr int-ntlun aiid began to gman and struggle, protesting that she dldn't want bB go with them. She waa taken In'o the bed room where the murdcred girl was lald out. "Look at Idtt," said Dateejttve Becher, "and deny If you wlll that you killed ht-r." But Mrt Plaee rio.-ed her ayefl llght and wouid not look down. and the di-uctivea In a some what crestfalleti mood trnik her hai k to poliee h?adquart?rs. naailj three mUee downtown. She 1NTENSE SUFFERING From Dyapepala and ?* t otn ta?-li Tronhle. lnatanila Ra>llrr*d tuad IVrmanrallr Cored. A Xayer Dtacorery. Ilnt ^iot t\ Patent Medioln*. Dr itfcdweii reiat.js an IntereattBg acoauat of what Ue ooaaldera a resnarkable cure of acute ; sioroach trout-ie and ebxoelc dyapepala by the i ua* of the new dl.sco.try. Stuait'a L>yspepsia i ableta He Bays. The patteat was a man who had auffered to iny knr.wlt.dge ror years with dys- j pepr-.a. Bverytaang he ate teeened to sour and , <-r<-at<- ae:d and gasea ha the ajtatnaeh; he had aalnt llke rheumatlsm in the bu/k. Bhoulder i iilad'B and llmba, fullness and distreas after ' ? ..r.i.g. poor appetite and loss of flesh. rhe hoart i,<-eame affected. eauslng palpitatlon and aleep .<^eries3 at nlght. 1 gave hlm powerful nerve tonlca and btoed remedles, but to BO purpr.ee. As an experinient I fitially bought a flfty cent paekaare of Stuart's T)ysp?pBla Tabl'-ts at a druir ai,,re and gave thei i to hlm. Aliuost lmmtdiatt reilef was glven and after h? had us"d foar boaai he was to all appraranees fuliy eured. There waa r.o more aridity or tour aratery rielngs. no bloating after meais. tlie appetite was vlgoroue and he has gained between 1r> and 12 poundfl ln weight of BOlld. aealthy fteah Although stuart's Dyapepala fableta nre ad vertiaed and BOl I ln drug Btorea : er i eoaalder ?hem a most valuable addition to any phy eiclan'e llne of r^medies, as thev are perfectly harm!*es and ean bi; gdven to chlldren or ln - ^ |s or lu any eoaelttlon of ih.- atornacfa arltb lafety, i-eii.fc harrnleea and rontalnlng . nt regjBtable and fru pure ; ;.? ii ard O^den S.-al v* ithout any qaeatloa they ir^ the -afe?t. most erTe<-tlTe rure for indlgeetlon, billoutaeaa. eonttipation ar.1 a!l derangem. ta of he Btom aeh, however sllf-ht or a i e Stuart's f>vapepi.|a Tahlets ar'- aold by druir gtets every wher*- at Bfty ? > n's fbff full Blaed aacktara. waa rloaeted ther* a ahort tlme wlth Deputy Chlef of Tollr-o Markellar and Asuistant DlMtrlrt Attorney Clarfce, aad a Btaa>9graphtc reparl ??? BMuSa of a-hal she aald ihe Baoa basaa deaylag havinK iia.i aaytblnc to do arltb Ida'e d.-atn. Afterward she was airalfaed before Maaiatrate Wortta la th. nato., AatBBa Ooajrt cbBrajed with homlcide. felonlouB aaaault and attempted auiHde. "I dldnM io anythlng of tho kird." she said. when aafced hor. Bbe oieaded to the Atfferanl charfe* Mra. Place bad no laayer, aad MaKia trate Wortta eeeitmed a Mr. rfettle lo look after her Intereata PlaACI LKARK1 OP IDA'B DKATH WlllUun \v Place. who bo aarraarly ralaaed heinc; htUed, paaaed .1 towrable day yaatardaj ar Bt Mary'a Hoapltal arhera a raretol ea amtaatlon waa made ,,r his Injotiea The noal Berloua wound la on hla rlrhl tataple, arbera tba ax 1 canaed a eoropouad fraetara al tha ahall. The opcratlon of trephlalns araa aotteaafully paifuaaaad on w* bead yaaterday afternoon, and laal nlfhl th- d m tora nt the hoapltal aald that ba had a fahr chance of recovery. Mr. Place v aa toJd later thal hla aaaghter waa AtadL He aaked one of bla brothera abaat her. and hla brother bbyc hlm an araatve anawer, not aartas to lai blm know the truth, for flear that the ahoch mlghl prore diaaatroua The wounded man looked ?t bla brother aharply, and Borsely deinanded what had happor.ed to [da, but npain tu- Bjot no doflnlte anawer Bdarard Bcheldecker, the girl'a lorer, arent to the hoa? pltal yaaterday. nnr3 ,n ,,l? rourso of his mn varaatton told Mr. Place of what had happened. "Mv poor Ida," araa all that Plaoa BaM. An autopay ?aa held on the dead Kirl at the hotis. laa; nipht hy OOToner Dehap and Prs. Henderm .1 and aloaer. No traci? of pniponinaT was found. but a woattd WBB disvover.'d on the lefl temple that may hav* been cauaed hy a MI8B IDA MtLDRBD PlaACB, Whri wan murdered by ber Bt4?arriother ln Rronklyn ..11 Monday. hlunt inRtnimcnr or by a fall The full reaull of th. autopay aaill he mad- known nn Thure day, bal Deputy Coroner Leaia ajave 11 aa hla opinhm that the rlH was amothered I.KTTERfl TO HER NIBCK OPBKaTD. New-Brunsv Ick, N. .1.. P>h . B, Mrs. Martha M. Place, before she marrled, aaa Martha ll Oarrettaon, a membar ?f ihe old Oarrettaoa fBtnll: of MUeatoae, two mllea from this elty. Her father vas a farmor an.l has been dead for tw.nt- yeara Her brother, Peter D. Oarrettaon, however, is n bafgagTe maatar <>n ih. Pennayl ranla Ra Iroad, and la blshly tbouarbl of by hi. aelarbbora H<- haa three chlldren, a clri ?t si\ teen. another roarteen and a snn four yeara oid. Mr Qarrattpnn aald to-day tbal hta alater, BOveral \ >arfl .i*c?>. vm> thrown OOl Of a. sb.|>;ri on h-r bead, and, bi belleved, never rerorered from the Injui j ahe reeeh ed, Tw.i lettera arrlved here this mon.ing from Mrs. Place. They rontalned llve notea, two bankhooka, tht- kiy to the trunk and tbe rh?. k for !t aa well nn the bIbbIc trlp rallread tlcket porrhaeed so as tn aend the trunk a* baajsn?e. The Bral two notea wete addreaaed to Mra Piaoe'a ?iti.at aleee, Grace Oarrettaon The tirst raada Dear Grace Keap thta money toward Kottin* youraetf a BOOd home. I will ?end you m> cloth Ing. Make gnod use of them MATTIE M PLACE. The third note. to Mr Qarri ttaon, reada liear Brother: Al your convenlence you rt\n als.i dra-N- tbls amouiit from tha Brooklyn Mank ii.jn't lel any one know yo.i ha-,-.- the bankbook. Kcep the money for yourself and chlldren, and -i-.nk-- good, oenalble uae of it nnd aii the cloth inK Tou heep thern. They will be in your poa B4*aaloB. No one elae haa any rlpht to th"in. Any lawyer aill tell you tbat. Toura, uith mucb tove to all. MATTIE M PLACE, The other two nr.'fs vero. to Mr. (Jarrettson and his daoojhter reepectlvely, and were to the aama affect They leare th. Impreaalon that tb.' woman is oartainly crary. One <>t tbe bank buoks is on th. Howard Bavlaoja Inetltutlon of Nawarfc, n. .7., and ahowa a Buan of $1,074 48 eredlted to Mrs. Plaoa The aeooi d ta on tbe Brooklyn Bavinga Bank, and ahowa a balance of 921318, Thera * as alm. $27, in bllta ln one of the lettevs The tr.ink baa nol yel ot en opened DELAYKD REPORT OF ATTEMPTED Rl I0IDB a yaaaB man, who Bral aald he w.-m P n. hruwii. of Blnghamton, X \ . aii.1 hiier that he was Pranh rinrst. of No. v:^ Pourth*ava . nnd Btadyteg medlclne at Bellevoe Hoapltal Medlcal College, was uanaferred from bla room ln the ion ttnental Hotel, bi Twentleth-a1 ?nd Broadway, .o thr. Kew-Tork n..s..i'.ii jraaterday aftaraooa. At the hoapltal ll waa found that the young man liad attempted aulclde and r.ii he waa ?'irTi-rinK irom wii .iiiIk ii? bla tbroat and wrtat, whlch had been mad. v.- ?.", a raaor Bln ta Bui day m irnlng be bad remalned In ni* bed al tba hotel, and had been i.n.i.r lha car. of Di Bayard of So. 812 i.- ? beventy-nintb'-at., but no one in tbe hotel I aa thtt he bad trled to ki: lilmaelf. ll. reglatei i at the hotel Baturday nlght. <?.-i the followlng mornlng nuiseN were beard al rhe door of hli bed room. aad a bellboy, on golng to th.?r, Baa i . ? .? ,.' i.-r protrudtng frr.m tbe keybola Tha boy unfolded th papei and sa-* ih.- followlnij note "Bead foi i"- Bayard, of No ni Baal Bei ? m y-nlnth-et." l?r Bayard ti .- aummoned .i:..i lie, rvj.i.rteti to thi hotel peopli thal the young man, who h. aald v.ii- connactcd wr i one ..: lh< leadlng far pi?( | ? ... . | hnd a aevere oemorrhaae. Me Esked r ai mei la be i.'nt to the patlent'a room. Thi phyaleUn announced yeaterday that tha auffenr wai nol Imrrovlnii na lulcklt ?< he bad hoped, ar.d that hi bi d oacMed to bave bla tahaa to the hoapltal. The youna ma:i told th. phyalclana ?t tbe hot pltal that .-.. had determlned lo k. ' aa ha FhoUght he was B .I'.sRin e to bla faniily. a MASUFACTIRER8 MEET IX PITTBBUXO, PUtaburf. Feb k a roeeting af tbe Iron aod ?tet-i t.'iee-. maaufaeturen of the I'mteti Btatea li betag he'.i bera ;o-iay f"r tba purpoae, ll i- aald, of ad? .. ,,. m rn-?-!<?".? j. O. Battelle, of Plo.ua, Ohlo ald tbat the demand for tbi producl of tiie aaooclatloa ta better than for man] yeara and ih..t prlcta are nrm Tbe manufaoturara ar.- refustni coatraeta for future dellverj at preaent prtcei A meetlng of the Board of lilre. iur< ot -he Ameiit an Wlndow r'.la^s Company lt aii ? In aeaaion htre. xhe obia r of the meetlng i" not known. a- tl ? dlr.ora lefnao |0 ralk. CLOTBtXQ DEALBBS JX BBBBtOX. nalilaioia. Peb. * -Tbe aeeood aaaual oanvantlon Of rhe Nationai AaoodaUon of CrOtblBB I'.aiem waN h'ld ln thi* clty to-day Delaajatea win- pre* aal from Bew-Tork, PblUdelphla, Rocheater ar.d Paltlmore. Tbe ,.: I:,. i. ... ;.,: , ? dll liaeed al lha aftemoon ae<*nitu. wai the orjeratlon ef ?ii? eredli a hle ? ? led i ape - * ;* 11 i.-. m..ri than ? drtj thotinand uyoV itlona havtng been ::, ida io n for ratli a ln tl i i al six nont-i* At the niuiit h.->t>.:i Hi* followlng offloert ah* ai.....] for lh< enaulng reai I'realdent. Bamuel It. ?:? ial of Ualtlmore; flral vlce-praald.nl Albart tlochatadler, of Plilladelphla m ond vl e.preatdent, A .1 iv-.ii/ ?.f 1.... I,. tter, tn laurer, Penroea Fleiti hei of Phlladelphla Dlremon Marrua M. Marcki of New?Yorh; Bamuel Newburgar, t,f I'hil*. Phlllp Hanfburgi i ol Kalttmore. and Mor |ej ,\ Btern, of Rorheetei Bylvan ll Lauchhehner, f,f H.ltlmori will baappolnted teer.tari rot'R TBOV8ATH. PEOPLI B0MEI.E8f> Ccnatantlaaple, Pob ? Ba il piabe Blracka .... iinue io t.e fall al i ? Ikeai lata Mlaer, aad vlclnlt) Aiioiti f.'.ii' ihouaaad peotae bave be n i .n.l. ri.! homele I, aomi three thouaanrl e.x ban dred htHiaea, tblrt] bhnkiui and flfteen kniii? have been more or len* deatroyed. aad one hundred .ar.u ?? ntj peraona havi been hiileii <.i Injarad. BESTsCQ 1*6 ' If Your Child "Toes In" lt ls eoiiir.'i.'tinjr n bsbtl t.mt BU* M *?? UBiuBjjt a iioinrniiiy. Pareata hava lotd bb thal they aevet ootlced ihis fnult tili their at tmtioa bbb called lo II bj aar BklrerUatBiieat, , nnd ?re glfld tO nv.-nl thoins.-lvea bf tBB Uttafl slioe BBBda to jirevent It. ,?* $2.00 to $2.75. B*v3 Cnrset Slt.M.s for turning |e *^i ta. .ilikl.'S, ineet .nnutlier tHBBBBOB Vi0i ^u' araat, nnd OBT Hvftatlk BlHBB .' 4Jr. SjY^ on n feli foundatlon are rery '~- *" potrolar becaaae they irta qulte ns inii.'h proteetiun bs ii rork aole, and nre si> mack ?nor > trim nnd drajBBJ. Weah Ank> flbeaa ai-Bn. ByaBaak sr.<v>a, aa.rir. Bt B8.TB, The righl kind ol shoes for all pur poscs, nt ihe lowest brices. 60-62 West 23d St. IN THE CYCLING WORLD. CycHata nre watcblng the anoar dlrappear with feetinga of BraUtada, and aii expreafl a hapa 'hut the roade arlll be in good rldtna condltlon for Bt* eycle Day oa February B. Wl. they thlnh tbal the day wiil he a aaeceea on WaeMnarten'o Blrth day, arhatever tbe condltlon of Ibe ereathar, they wouid much prefer to hav< ? "? lhal thej can mnke their calle on Ibe makera an.i dealera on their wheelB The dealera In 'he two beroagha nre saydng nttie jnbi naa ta lo B/bal they arlll do oa openlng day Bach haa, of courae, made up hle mlnd how to make hla llttle ryele ehoa attractlva hut he <ioes ao4 eara u. giva aaraj bB thunder I t.i hava tama other daaler taka advantaga of Ma fraak ness. it ln eapected that a nv tlng ot ?he dfrectera af th* NaUenal Board of Trade of Cyete Banu ractarera arlll be beM la a few daya, and that the Btaaiiiaiiliiiera may tahe eeme ferraal acttoa re garriiiiat the )>rnper otaeervaaoa ef tbe day. The rtrlers af th* whe.-l, both ln KeW-Tork an.i Mrook lyn. are mach mterBBted, nnd praaalaa to do their narr to inak.. tbe BOaaBBBB one lniifj to be IBBneBB* ? hered "Tbe limokiyn Kag'e" yeeterday BaM: The i.iea ol t general openlng nnd dtenlay of ims mod'-is in nii the blcycla atorea nf 'his elty on Peb ruary ZX ls generally rommanded bj ihe dealera In Manhnttan the ld< i Is Indomed ?' ' i '?? :1' rycle Board of Trade, and member* of the local hody here bave Indtvidually expreaaed Ibeantelvaa ln favor of It The report of J W. CTeradermthg, tl ?? tn aaorer of ? .. i.. ,e.f Amerlcaa Wheetmen, arhlch arlll he ttad at tbe ennnal meetlng of the i.eagu*. ahevra tbal Ibe Bapendlturee of th* year bave beea B71,fB?, and thi r* elpta ItB QBM li rtflg s oredll baJa ? of RBBBB, Includlng thal carrled over from I8B Th* sum of tl tB held by tbe Ra - Im , | trllt i robably he voted ro the rhalrman of that 1 ' -'l l,f ,,i'1 eerrleee, The , Audltlng (Commlttee, after rertifymg to the ,-or ...... > poii auggeetfl thal hereafter no offldal of th< I...:--- he allowed travelllng *x ?r. . aei to or from i n bi rniMy, and mat all retlrli a othvial.-a turn ovei lo-thelr su< ? - all thi booka, er* and hera In thelr po? The mtiese- ?f th* Harlem Wbe?lB*en for I8R amounted to 89.HM Tl '? idet arere aa fettowa iiirry tl Ott, 7.TM nrilee; fJeorge Whtta, tr . B,fjt mflee; Theodere B renatant, 8.1BJ mllea; B H. i nhltfl '?"'?" mllea: Oeorge M, Clement, 1,091 mllea; H p 'n,? u.onc mllea; Frederlrk D Olmstead, t,0M mllea. The Bral piiae waa ?* dtaraood medal. rjrcllata deahing to J iin the i eaarue of amerlcan BTbeelmen may obtaln full prlnted ufbraaatten and Biemberahlp Manba by aendlng ntmet and addreeaea to the CycMnfl 1:11 tor, Tbii Trll n ? 4 b'TABFORD 8SATJX0 TOVRXABEXT. BtamfOrd Ccein Feh I The ak.-itinar teur i ment of the Btamford athletlc Aaeoclatton araa held on (he mlllpond thla mornlnjr It falled to rome np to tapectatlona, on accounl of tbe ab ?ance of the eraeka. Through a nna.inii.-rstaii.inx ihe big akatera were not mforraed thal the racea i wouid be akated thla mornlng. The atiglnal plan to have two days of akatlflg BTBi givea up. and all : a racea look plaee thla mornlng. Cbarlea Me ?'!ave. of N.-w-Vork. had tblnga Bll hla own way The iee traa roagb. aboal Bfteen hundred peraone arere preaenl iummarlee: ..... p ,|? iiv..a- ra^'i V ? bf 1* Bm B**. BT*tt Tei'^; x, ,; S|,.n.., \?w y..ii< terimd; fTiana* OtMIn, Btam rord thlrt Tlfot .''? -4'a. I,. ,...?; w n by Charlea McClar*. v?w rr>rK; Chartt* HolUa, N^? Tork. screna Tlm* 2M ii- irle* Metlare; Ue Itoy Be*, lln, thlr i Tl it* 1 '-?>'?,. trlet M - lara; i* rt'.y - me 83 14. ?;-,... mllea ? ? ri. ? ii rhamplnothtpi BToti hv n.arl?a ? ? ? ? Btamf rd, aee af J ba linnla, Bumford, tblre. Tlmi 30 B, iRTBVR W. RHERBAX DBAD. ma i:\i'. rsi.xri/Ti-Ti tiv Mtarrop fiw biendb, ANVOfNi-nn B.T THB BABRJUUr DTNNEB \- bur w. Bherman, caabler of tbe Qallatln Natlonal Hnnk. of No. '<?: \v.iii--4t.. die.i Ht bla boma Be IM VPeat Blgbty teeond at., laat nlght H* liHil !.<-ri sllir.g f..- ...me iirn.-, h.it 'rls ileath * s ? atlr ;.? unloi ked for by moal of his frion.K. Mr Bbeemaa aaa ont of tbe beat-knoirn bank caahlera li >few-Tork He aaa a member of the Bi twanhaka Cotinthlan Vacht Club. th. M?tro .,,,,.,. ? '.-. tti Posi of the o A. i: \. v.' ci Mr Bherman a death renched the an nual dinnei of tha Kea >'i.rk group of tbe S'ata I .- Associatlon al ihe Hi tel kfanhattan iHst md pui a damper to aome exteni on the fe ttvitiea, Befora Ihe ree onaea to tr.e to.mta bad well ?iarr.-i n meaaenger h ... w,iik--.i behlnd Ihe dala ..ii arhli h tb< *??>? -'? of honor were i ted and hai led ii telegram to Frederleh l> Tappen preel< dent of the Ga itln S ll i i Bank Hu face gree whlte, and he arhlapered Momethlng to Thomas i. jatnes, arho araa preeiding 1 ei be aroae and le i tbe tiit.ie, and boob tbe neara apread ameng thi dlnera rhst Mr. Bherman i\.i~ dead. Immedlatelj ..f;er ihe dlnner waa over Mr Jamea trott and announced ti.. death ..f Mr Bherman. Al his sngge-rlon the aoeatl an.ae and .lrunk tO Mr Bberman'a menaorj before they left th* .imrnK ball. Mr Tappen had known that Br Bherman had been eiilrie f'>r aome tlm* bul had ? ? kr.i*n lhal hia condltlon w.*a eiitbsal. ? l VETBBAy BTRli KEB fS 4 CAR. An e'derlv man, wiio w s atrleken nlth Bpoplexy lu ?i Wi-.-t r ty-aecoi I u dled insr nlght tl Rooaevetl Heapltal. Abool mi.iniKht a areenan call< '1 at rr,, hoaplta] and aald Bhe waa tba man'a wldow Bhe fl ? bb name -ia CaBonel Cbarlea A. Boutln, tnd aald he bad iive.i al Ba 4*: we-: One>hundred- ir..l-?ixty-sixth-?t if.- araa *ifry-ei|thr ,, .??. .;.i and araa born ba Kew Y-irk u. waa r rmerl; i I ler, 'i.tn f.illcea al No nr. Broad way. Mr* Montln ei.l.l h'-r I r-ii,inl n an a yet. eran, and had earned hla rank of ioIoh.-i ,it th* fronr. ? BTMXABTIC iBB ITBLETIC CARXtTAL ChtcagO Peb * The flrat amateur romhlr-Htlon gymnaatlc and athleOo eamtval ever beld ln the ITnlted Btatea wiil taka plaee al TatteraaJTa on Mar.-h 6. NomWall) ilie affalr Wlll be uml?r the dtrecUaa of ibe v\..-t m InteraeOagtata Atbletlc AaaodatkMt. bal bt reattty it is to be eoaductad by the Uatveralty of Cbl ago, wblcb arlll eapend BUBI teward its aueeeaa. The .ie?i between tbe Tatt.r s-aii uienegeaaenl and Paaf*aaar HtaKg waa eleaed last nigh' Two teams, oempoaad af tea aaea aach, fram each of the fattaartag !'.c,I".:im!.^, wiil eomnete: Unlverolty of IIMnola, ITnlveralty of Mln? I-....1R i"nii.iaiii ?jt Bllehlgnn, ITnlveraity of \\\> nnli . nlven I ? go and Northweatem I'niverall > Tt,e bulldlnp is well adapted for the purpoae be tnr- ntn'.-'i feel In the clear, tnd wlll permll ef un , | | ? ,., ira< ii tnd n seventi ird iti ilghtaway ro.irae Tbe pregramBM wlll ? <.i.>.i?t <>f trach eon Kac aml gymnaatl axei laea The ;i -? wlll ba s handenm* banner to the alr.nlng t<;.tns in both rlataea The |udg*a wlll be aelected from eollegea out slde Ibe i > ? COXTBWT FOB Tnr WALBTBIi TROPB1 The Haktted Trupby eoaspetltlone m the traaery rangee of th* 7th Baglaaenl iia\e been aratched arltb n-.ir. ii latereal b) ti,.- thootlBB Ouardamen, aad aateaa Ita i<">rea tn the nnai ceeapctltlon faii iieinw ibe everage, tba Ktnth Ceetpanp wMI aecara tt.e Bfate. m tbe cloae af tn* thlrd canteel tha acon ahowed tbal tbe Nlnth Company hnd nn , ^.-kr.jtr.te ..f 7SI. awuan.at IKJ fi>r th* 8<-.-oii<1 I'om- | rjLfX> MMBMS** a. % m. m^j On Keeping Well Informed IF vou .re one of the thousands whose busi.iess or pleasure it is to keep abreast of the comin* styIe?;,-or P ll-muchTadvance of Iheni as possible, we suggest frequcnl VlSltS to this store. It ? a G>||ew 0f KnShi?lt isSS'to to the imported ?oods as objed lessons in approaehin* style, howevr Even u?ir which passes, every season which comcs and goes, sees the Amer.can models and \n ericVn manufactures closeron the heels of the European style-leaders. OurBn in Paris, London. Berlin and Vienni is such as to make this store practically a part of eacl t ose cUies In addition. it is a store typically Amer.can. And above all else tis a store wh.ch tfs For the new style" the best styles and the styles flrst, come here. We are ready tor you now rr, Costumes, Drcss Goods, Millinery, Shirt Waists and Silks. _ M*?n'? Mks are lustafiably "fussy* _ ,lcn ? about the Mt .md set 9 Evcnmg DreSS. thoir evening dress. Ot readv-to-wear fitters are fiiisicr than a^ customer wc evei kncw. That - the;rbusi. ness ?to make the r11 of thoc garmentj prrfect,?and perfection is reachef onlv L earrying fussiness to the niperlative degree Don't wony about the fit, the nttal will do that tor vou. --and vou will he bjB^ lied befbre thev will be. Four New Costumes OUT of twentv-live new models in Spring Costumes here sincc yesterday, we pick aimost at random four to talk about. At the verv beginning one despairs of painting the dchcatc beauty and stnking magnificcncc of these gowns in the plain black and white ot printer's ink on papcr. But, just to illustrate what we mean by new styles, and styles tirst, & IW/eWk read about these, and try to find their like elsewhere:? At 1148.50?QiriaTt but immemtly effective costumc of craquele nel over black and white stnped tarfeta silk. Skirt with three deep ruifles of black accordeon plaitcd satin striped chiffbn; top tlounce ot' D inch black satin ribbon with empne appliqie cmbroidcry. Waist ol craquele net over striped s:lk, with corded yoke ofshaded rose-colored velvct, tinished with enipire embroidered bows of black satin ribhon, and black ir.ousseline de soie. At $140?Of black craquele net in <> narrow bnva dere stripe over rainbow silk in shiftmg shades ot violet andgrccn Waist a la Pompadour. with voke of cream lace, edged wtth vermicelli ruchSng luliette ileeves, tinished at top with ruffle ot black taffeta. Skirt in new bell shape. finishcd at bottom with irimming of vermicelli ruchmg to correspond with waist. ^t |]i.v-Of tan iron grenadine over shaded sreen silk. Voke of nch lace. shirred below in lllggestion of "biby" Style, fastened at side with rosctte and four rows of gathered ribbon in tan-co!ored satin. Mousquetaire aleeve, Wtth heaw epaulette ot green cheniHe and spongles. Skirt with Lafferiera ruffle* trimmed with rows of narrow satin ribbon to correspond with waist. At |78?ExceptJonally handsome tailor-made gown ofcastor broadcloth. made with open S;iddler jacket. corselet of which is bright-studded with steel nail heads, and put lined with cording. Wide turn-back revers have a novel featura in that their velvet fadng is corded, with tufted edges, |ackei completed with large soft Marquise bow ot striped chitTon. Skirt with Laneriere ruffle, upper part heavily studded with steel nail hrads. _ Here's a Covert Cloth Chance Sixtf.es shades in 87-tnch Covert < loths. or, more accurately, Venetian Cloths. It's a qualitv which the manulacturer intended should sell tor 66c. a vard, and he was fair minded' as to orice. at that. Rut things happened. ind it tUrtied out tinally that we were enabled to sell it for Wc a vard. At thal price the goods were reallv excellent Now here's another lot of the same goods, and more things have happened. The present price is Thirtyseven and a Half lents. Ml the goods are firesh, -it isn't i marked-down lot. Handsome. stylish, reliabie suitings, and sjaKtty right for walking suits and bicycle costumes. Lace Curtains:===Some at Half Thfy are iMffl toods. Thev are not 0*d, nor soiled nor shopworn nor defective. They are not in undesirable patterns. 1'hev ha\e nothing about them ot the every-dav excuses for a reduced price. . Nevertheless most of them are at Hall IVice. .md the reason is one vou will never know No need to know it,?the fact is enough, and probably all which interests vou. There are 200 pairs of them,?French lace, Renaissance and Marie Antoinette pat? terns six to eighteen pairs to a style. Prices begin al $6.50 and run uP to $80. DouWe most of them to get regular retail values. -on a tew, add titty per cent. -t-1'a^ ?d to ha m ' -r. DRESS COATS ASD VESTS A t ? 1 ?*? Ol b.-)ikln:h. Ital-an rloth lim-jg At S'.'O i rfnrtO Crrman worstad, Hlk I -f1 lo buttonh'tl*4. At |QbWCH fme wor>te<1. siik Iined .ir.J h tonliole--. Otlir-<; ot bftter q.iilit\ ir,t INVERNESS OVER0OATS At feN Of rough btach diigonal rJatviotl At $:|0?Ot Oxto:.i diag'-nai cbevl ' . ' Bacaad floor. Fo'irth arcatM nanaKcrcniei usllj| jnd lUStorrarv.^, ,\ews Item. a handkerchief, ^tm m ways to be regarded by the han.ikerchr chief as something tO be lllttaiatl\ anMaaaa, Items of "Handkerchiefs reduced are venr COmmon here,?occurring m.jch oftrr than thev are printed. But here a:c twox especial which deserve mention ll | necessary for us to say again that the haa;. kerchiefs are a/'duir< purc linen when ?!j herer for WOMEN At $1 dat ItWHIlallhed and r*\ *?*,-( - bIbbJ haiulkfnliiets, gf>od fUBjIJty. Vilue -51 M At |M Bea ?Fbh *r,,l br-autifullv b'-rrti ?: a> ccH?ni cloth Rej larly t? FOR MEN Ar .$.' 80 ..?/.- Pura wiite, fuil\ Uiiadrrcd mb> Malchad li.inJI<*rc!);r'^. drlKTCTlt a. ? * ' Rca^itorhr fJ. At H'k- ?I'latn wti:te hrrriatrtched KaUrtlkercraah, vrrv fme. \'a!',;e 9"?. Finest Fans ,T" a showin^ uhlch u ' i inesi rans. ^j^ vou> whcther voa care to buy or not. li you admirc nch things. it is a w ondertul displav of Ift jnd handiciaft m combination. we cjn m?n tion only a'few, ? we cannot dei "rihe anv. for they surpass desenption. At $0.5?o:ki r/ory, baautiaully painteol At .*7.H? Rla. k and white laire and ipanglai *'th reai *hr!l stick* \t >4i ?WhH? p0 t !a a, iheB rticfci ?\t $::'.?- Wl te Duchena lace, pearl " - \x $15?Wl ita |3UXC arlth girl pr'c''"< Otheis af white cflk anol nuia andu '?? ??' Dodli e*$e !a.? edge, at $a 50 to$M I inc Plates A Rare Chance. Some of them are (aifra worth $15, a::d that may give \ou $f\ idca o' their qualitv which the longest desenpt; n would fail to do. They"re the kmdw.th portrait and picture centres. rea! m.istcr picces of copv from original masterf. ref Your choice for |5. A lot of fine French plate?, with lichh j colored borders, with gold traced work j over colors, at $1. N each. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A r. Stewart cv Co.. Broadway, tth av., oth and 10th ati. 44 r.anv Tl e followlnsr srores were made Bl Ihe hVBt I' notml hv the .enms of theae two rsampanleo: gwcoara oobitabt HAwnii 500 rerdt Total Bergeaal 0 U. Beach. Jr. g ,:4 ,T prtrate H i"n"*r .."?. ? 47 i- rporal J. H atewart . S M ,., Prtrate .1 P Tt.t, Ir .??? -- .,, M Prtrate ? W !-'"'*"-? 'r. S,\ g 19 ; --. i h. m. Bhredy. - m_. .UB '????' -71 Totalt. viNTH OOBPABT. BBI rardi 800 rardt T ,r,..?! a. %v. UtUe..... * ? n i. . t lani H, r. I>tt Val.. ??? -, O H Keep. jr . ? ._,, Prlvai* Ii H?otton. - jj ,* , afl, D. *Tthur..., rjfl ti Prtratt H a BBaaa. .ua iaa aaa To-.i'a . . rov Dffl 1*1 VEDBR IBBE8T. - BtrBBBBDBBBD Bt BM BfyBTJBBAB W PITfB. I BtrM nr. MAY BB iBBT TO fAtt nttebara Peh I Tha erreal of Cbrta Von Der ," S a^ll raagnata tn 81 i. ruta laat ?*?? * ' " ,, li the Inatlgatlon of W. A S'lmlck, SLL^den af tha aPWektaaj aBaabaU Club. :,:m:, ;,\!V:;nn.rAhe-*I...ndwl,en--.*:..:>r , ^,,1 intbladtyon rhe rbarge prefirr. i ! ,.,., rer Mark BaldWUt. In IBB Hnl.iwln went |o , u \o *.- re Pltcher Klag, snd waa arreated i na^bargVT .naplree, preferred1 by ft. Der >"? J? . . ,rt*d Baldwin aa. db> " ?. ,i? then breughl aall agalaai l ?a Di S e n. 1-ivia prOBB UtlOB, 8Bd BakBd 8*f-.M tSaalaa vl 'r a> w.-" ? n vimi-u berama bla aarety The raae wa r, twtce and rerdlcta *ere gtven both tlmea f r ? Von ? Ahe a,.Bl?d tO *ha BaiBB-B ':,,?., r^ ,he lower COBrl WAM ^^ *' oYhlna aaa aecured on an eaecutlofl Ita led agalnst ... ?rAbe Blmlcbda kled ro ,,i,- nrm >,..?,ht '.,,, ,v to foreetall raoeeadlflfB for reeov ,y on .he V,ond. iflBaBaarrmaderedbybtobia^. ,-,i?n nttabargaad talla ta pay th* amouflt^of STverdlei agalaai bba aitk latereai aad k ?w. i m latl He ?ouid have to Btap K ;fl"t^ d,v - orV hs COUld Bpply 10 the courj there alxti aeyi ? inaolveni aw lt wonjd ':;r; *;:.;" ii!!h ^"^ whother ,.r no. he WOUld | bm releaai ' ? SBWBOCBEUsE YACBT CLUB OFFICEBR.] Tba aaaaal eleetlaa of the Kew-ltachelle raohl I Chah waa babl Monday Blfhl al th.- rlotel ktoatbat 1UI1 Th,- efacera aelected by the Kemlaatlng Cam nltteeeB December ?taal arere eleeted Thep nre Mfolkrwa: Comraodere, Kean r*n?her; <*___*: n??1(,re. Jeeeph Wlert: reaf cammodore. Bdward Hir.i-iii aecreury. 0 B M.-yr..wit/.. reaa ':1";1 *?' rroo; meaaarer. i B. Farrlngton; Hp^I.-i: ror tiir.-ey.-..rs. Wllaon Oodfrej Eugeno ;: , , ,rrv Beyer: irueteee for two years, V T,,^ a id Oeorge W. PuHer: truetea for one 1 . i- \i "de ir Iaw Commlttee. C E Kene ' ;?':?,'-r! umbden Regatta I'ommlttee, ;' P rowef" | c. lS>pencott. V K. Meyrewlta. J B. Rough and A P ? eaton ? t- x ADAMl To \ir. OOMMOOORE Ptederlch T. Adaaaa, the taaO-kaawB tVa Bi min H lo t-. elected comnaodore of the ul? j-cht Club al ibe taaual meetlng at the u i Aatorta Jtoadaj Bhjat. Oeorge j Omtia, ahe haa ,,:ed u.e plaee far three irar-. eacllnad a lectlon Tbe coatplete llekel ih ns follews i ..r ommodore Frederlck t Adama, acheoner Bachem; , | r r.iinnio.iore, itnrri?..n B Boore, ateamer M.ur nt_. ,,. ,r rromm idera -t Hetberl Balktntlne, ?:.-..m i lunlata; aecretary, Davld E Aueten; la taurer, leorte H Chureh; meaaurer, Oeorge Hlll Trua . .a .1 Rogera Msxw.il. (leorge J Oould, Nea Buri I1 Lawton, Phlllp O. Banford, Thomn i. M'ataea aad J Pred Acberraan. Memberahlp t'om mlttee-Howanl P riothinKii.ini rhalrman; .i M 'eballot and Henrj B Itowel rlegatla I'ommll i.<- Davld i: Aueten. chairman; Oeorge w M - Nulty and tteenv C. Harnett. TBE WHEELMEW8 A88EMBLT. MAMT DKLBQATBB AKRIVK IN BT. I.ofis - QElfERAL BTONVfl BUaOBBTIOH" I NI ?< IRSKD* Bl 1 ? BtB, Pob, 8. -Th* oorridor* of the Southern H.|, ?/here rh- Nationai Aaaembly of th<> Leaome ot AawrleaB rVheelBien will mt^t ta aaarraa aaara Ibb, wara to-dajr thraasad ba dalaeataa from dlf fereal parta of tba ooantry. Bafera ni*rh: nearly avery Btate was rapraaaatad. Local aptton, or th* rvcatioa of allowttig aach dlvtsloaa or stRte*. as i , | rota declde to pertall Buaday raetag Ib tfir terrltory, will tt.- tha pararaaaal i**ue bafara .... aad arlll bare Baueh to ao Ib ahap* tng tba raea f<ir tba preaMtaicy. At preaeat Buaday l is prohtMted by tba ralaa af tba i.?-ague of amerlcan Wh?lnian Tha WflBteTB States ar? . . foi local nptloa, ahlli tba Baat is appoaad :o It Amona the delegatei here a.-* A D. Wall Co* hoea, x. v. membar of tbe Radag Board; 0 P. tvilaon, Sew-York: P Haward Porter, Boatoa; a. i. i ioati Mlnneeota; E B. Oreeaa and R a. Mui-ff. Tcxaa; C. W. Bama, K. C. Ollver, B. W. Hemaleo and Harry Caaay, Uarylaad: rtoa-Conaol Dwyer, Bai ramanto; P. ht. Monaghaa. t.o* Aaawlea; ? Praab Keekar, Habert W. Knlght, R R. Chla n,,i, Kenton s Kantatl, Jaaaea Barhar Hn.i .t \v. Kell'y, New-Jeraey. v. . . . . lohn w Ki lly |r., of vVoodbury. V J.. Bral elce orAsldcni ?f ti,.- Amateur Athletlc Ubwb of tha [*nited Btatea la hera aa ? reprenaatatlra of tbal ,).iy aad la Bleo i delegata from the Naawarae* Dtvlalon. . . .. ... * Ohtef lonsul Henry V. I.ucar of rh* Mlaaourl Dlvlalon la In recelpt of a telegrara from the uiinon Dlvlalon aaklng ll MlBsourl would pool leeuee tvnh i on an antl-Potter tlcket Mr.Lucbbb reply un, ,1S fotlowa: "Wa will raueua wlth iilinolg or m\ other Stata to -?'? 'I ?< candtdate for prealdent a .i will put a !o.-iii-">iition plank in hla platform. Ml.iBimrl haa no candld.Ue, but will vnte f r a: a man who make*. thlBjleelaratlon." Tha Kational ? ?nnirViitiee on Hlghwav improve ment held a protraeted eonferenae to-day. wirh Dtto Darner of Mllwaukea, ln tha < halr. Boatdea ihf chalrmai there were only thrne other mem teru nf the commlttea oreaeaf. They arara A. it. ifioate of MinnrMot.i; Wallaca Bherwood, of i. : ,:., .,? rl W A, CoBnelly, of Illlnola Th.- fol owlng Btate i-halrmen met wlth th* eommlttee; I> h Ijuetn. of Indlana; Henry C Alome. of Kill? i *!? aad W K Jonea, of iowa. Chlef i'ohmiI ii:.... ,,f Michlgan repreBenttng the chalrman from nlfl Btate. wai alao praaaat Throughout the >r.?' uaa on tba eonaaaaaa of aatu* ..n waa tbal tho membera of t!u> I^eague mual vork to aecure Btate ald In the liullilinu of hlgh a-ayt The followlna reaolutlou ?m adopted: "Wa the Naf.nr.nl Commlttea oa Hlghway 1m irovemeni o( tha Ueaaue of Amerlcan Wheelmen, n nn i iii fl RBaembled, ln conference v\l;h thecha ?? ? men of varloua Btata hlghwaj commttteea. hearttly ndortt ih" roi-ninnu ndarinn of Qeneral Roj Sioi..? o Poatmaater-General Oary, aucaeatlna tne loon ni : funda of tlif prorwaed poai il aavlnaa banka to Btatea nnd munlelpal rorporatloBa fnr tba eaa ?trurtlon ot waaon roada, herehj inveatlng the ? inaii tavinga of poatal aavlnaa depooltora ln a Tianner thv canaot otherwtaa loan them, aad al i lower rate ot lotereat than eaa he aacured for road purpoaea nmi bi tha aama ttme dlatrtbutlna he funda to ihe mort iparaely aettled portlona of tba country, Inatead of congaatlac ir m moaey . ntre* - ? - ? wiiat RLLIOTT BAID IM CH1CAQO Chkago Peb I Kea^Kaarlaad delacatea ta tti ? \ipi,t;,i CoBTaatloa of tha Laaaaa af aaaarleaa IVheelmen atopaed in niieaaa b>aay aad BBBeaaaed ha altuatlon a-Mh lorai arbaahnaa Btaiihig KiMotr. | Bfl '"ii. aai t There ara pi ouajh rotee ta defeat Pattor if they n,ri nrganlBen Tbe vttal ml--take was made by I'.-i.n.v \\ iiiii.i. whlcb haa Blxty-tbraa vatae N?>w. ,,,., i?,.|.. itnowB that any Btate wltb thal nuaaber tl halloti doean't have r<> go chaalng arouad t.> nmi ml whni other people ur.- golna in ,in Maaaachu ... . i) |,| thlrty-ala votea, whlch were aottd ioh ...i.,,,, with thla proaaure a.mid have iwnmped in.iventlon And Ibe Bama n aot laad bj ?< large majorlty. vVe arlll aln o\n rei MlchlRBn, Wlsooneln and Illlnola ur* wlth ua. .?i"l i niiKht to be in eaay thlng tn awlng ?ho balance ,, in,,. tt Boyte aad folllna <>f Pennaylvaala, htid ueen polUtclana, thera would have t?e-n no tn>ul>l< BirnclfB. T \F^VJSaTB^V V 1897 $100.00 DAYTONS rarrled OVOr To elose out at OB * w * havedBB1 the priie to CALL QUICK. Mend your own tires with Littl* Otaat VBBBa> TINKHAM CYCLE CO., 306, 308, 310 W. 59th St, N. Y City. OPaCM I: V B NIN_ rexarding t.ideon's el*?;ton. A* lt ls. we h*w!0 overcome thelr Indiacretiona Lel n a tell iou"*. Potter le .4 defaated man Thal B tbe truth, w tventa In St. Louta wiil ahow." B/alter JeaJtlna, ?>f New-Tork, who la rnaaaaaB tbe Potter campalgn, thlnka there la ne deaBtei Potter'a ele-rtlon, .ind s*y? thst New-York 1* resdy to do everythlng poasiriie for the Leagu* ? '??_ We-t, aad is eepectally favorable to 1 Inole- ?je expreeeee hlmaelr aa hoping the Illlnoir. h leBBBw arlTl xupport the Potter tl.-ket. a - -? BOEBE EALE AT IRIlXBTOf. taABOB ATTBBDABCa AM' OJOtbB PBieBB IBBBBTBa PIVB BBAD BDJUBO BBtBB laaaagiaB. By., Peh s ,s,eoui> -There waa* laraaj attendance at the sale of trotf-ra bare ta-eapi hi.iiTs from aii over the eoaatry Beaag aeaaaatj Oaai prleaa were reallied. the nlneti -rive rt.?d ?* 1 rlngtng BB.Iaa. average. HOG. The foii'w;' R hre-Jif1" Hat aad ever. J.a.l'rtr.' l'r.a-..n. B, f i4i, hi Uhen Hr, r-* ,,., ? bml bj S nwe at; R. ?' Hatlii. r Altn Vlata, h n. Bb, bi .Jui IBtltea ti 41 ?? ,;, 1.1 Dtrer, i. John i*udahy, UBieae*) _ AruarBBIfe, Hk. I lt), bj io* B< la I ? ,j? iMir. i i, John n.:a??\, ladepvndenee, '. ?" Au.ir'.i... blh f ..;.. bj lalfemy B*l| ?'?"?? ? , ?N by blr***, n WTllllam Btmpe n. New Tort Amarylllt blb m. iim. bj Dlrecto, Maud '; l ? ,aj b, i, v.rt r S,.r4?;iia Wllliam Btmpaon Hr'a. eh. ni .7.. bi NutWOOd Ma.iah. t-i ' ? * ? 0 i: c Ketlll. I ? - w SrflB**, Bf ii. (14) bv M.imbriBB M '? 33 Li Ma nl.rln,. I'ov.'r. It >'. BaSlM . ?? ' w itrt Boy, br B UB) i. ?;? -t- W'llkei ' ? ,a? Brown, b] Mambrin.. fat.hen. 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