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4 THE SUN FRIDAY MARCH 25 1887
I
t I TRIUMPH OP FArnBlOUr
N > a4hl < Cut Boy Back t
I Cehool aad lecture the Pre
t Mr John Foloy marched triumphantly Into
Grammar School 70 In East Seventyfifth street
t yesterday momlnK wIth an order tzith Judge
y Andrews of tho Supremo Court and got hU
boy put back in school again They woro BUS
ponded by Principal White for B tho trustees
ot the district decided wrongly accusing lady
teacher using Indecent language A son of
Mrs Rosa Lendhelra and another of Dr Her
man Kahn upheld tho accusation of tho Foloy
boys They also wore suspended and are now
reinstated
I Mr Foloy lod the procession compose of
I Dr Kahn Dr White Mr Chnrlos Btolnoko Mr
i n W Townsond Mr B M Henry and Mrs
Lendholm and tho Juvenile quartet up t the
top floor of the school into a class room whore
i Principal White was Imparting knowledge t
Whlo
rnclpa regiment of youngsters Principal
Whuo received the committee very politely
commloe lloly
Mr Foley sold ho had come to place tho chil
j dren in school but before doing so ho wished
to say a few words
t I Mr White worst ho wan prepared t obey tho
order of the Court but did not wish to near
the history of the suspension of tile boys a
I be know it by heart
le Mr Foley Raid ho would bo hoard and pro
eeeuod t toll Mr White that his action In sits
pending tho boys and thus sustaining the
teachert was very Improper
Mr wa said he hoped that Mr Foley
would treat him llkoa gentleman in th o pros
ence of his pupils
Mr Btelneko then spoke up saying that his
boy bad been pulled about by tho hair of the
fitad and beaten by a teacher
Mr White asked when this occurred and Mr
Stelnoke said several months ago
Principal White said that ho was not aware
of Pncip complaint had been made at tho
It against the teacher Ho appealed to his
pupils t prove that he always bad treated
lupl prvo trate
them fairly and had never oven threatened
them with corporal punishment The pupils
gave a unanimous shout endorsing him
Mr Foley said tho boys had not suffered bo
cause the Principal dared not III use them Heed
bald the district trustees had used slang toward
him when he complained to them They wore
be added too ignorant to know their duty
Mr White said he would loavo the room If
Mr Foley continued to use such language be
fore the pupils Dr Kahn suggested that no
to lupl Ino
more discussion was necessary as Mr Foley
bad pied his point The children wore sent
to their respective seats and M Foley and
J teir
lila friend wont homo
Judge Andrewss opinion ends thus
ly conclusion ttpon the whole matter ll I that the ac
tion can b maintained aDd ai I seem t me t b
probable that trn plaintiffs will succeed upon the trial
th tra
that Hernia a be temporary ranted injunction pending uyn litigation
The plaintiffs are the Foley boys and the
trial which Mr Foloy says may come up next
talwbch
week is t determine whether the trustees had
or bad not the right to suspend the boys
ILTJO TO KNOCK OFF ojoo
Mr IBBSSUIB Wants to Amend his Co
lalat t a kis Broken Bgs cment Bolt
The suit for 10000 damages brought by
Blgmund B Stelnmann against Reuben Isaacs
for alleged interference in tho engagement
that existed between the plaintiff and Mr
Isaacsa daughter came up before Judge Allen
I the Court of Common Pleas yesterday
morning It is assorted by Mr Bteinmann
tat early I October 1884 ho was Introduced
t Miss Isaacs by her father that ho visited
her frequently at her homo with the consent of
the famr until January 1885 when he pro I
posed marriage and was accepted Affairs
progressed smoothly for two months whon i
Mr Stelnmann alleges he was told by Mr
Isaacs tnt the engagement would have to b
broken Since then Miss Isaacs ha married
Mr Stern and Mr Btolnmann has married Miss
Polat Schock
Lawyer Sewards in behalf of the plaintiff
asked the Courts permission to amend the
complaint by decreasing tho damages to 500
In place of 10000 and to insert a statement
IIRe
making it appear that Mr Isaacs had given his
free consent to themarrlage contract gven
Lawyer Levy and exJudge Fullerton for the
defendant argued against the motion on the
ground that it would b a dlsomntne bo
cause the obvious object of tho request was toward
ward off a motion on the part of the defendant
for an allowance In his costs should ho succeed
in tho suit The lawyers also asserted that I
the suit had originally been for 500 the de
fendant might possibly have submitted to tho
extortion to prevent his daughters numo being
brought before the public but now he would
resist the attempt to get money out of him
Judge Allen resenod his decision
Mr Steinmann Is a banker with an office at
Fourteenth street and Broadway and Mr
Isaacs deals in Japanese goods at 5 Broad
way Mr Stelnmann threatens to summon
over 200 friends of Mr Isaacs a witnesses
when the case is tried
II BIGHT Of WAY IN WEST STREET
Te Metropolitan Transit CoBtpaav Put IB
1 a Claim The Cable Company Flan
When the new Board of Rapid Transit Com
mlidonen got ready toy business yesterday Gen George
W Wlngate counsel for the Metropolitan Traiuit Com
pany Hepped t the front aDd throwing a type written
document and a couple ot pampbleU on the table uld
That I the written protest ot the Metropolitan
Transit Company against the selection ot Welt street
and Tenth avenue or any portion thereof as a route for
any other company t build upon The pamphleti relate
t the Metropolitan Companys itattu and claim The
Commissioner I will please mark them
CxI
rl
Mr Davis connect for the Manhattan Elevated Rail
road Company called to ten Wing ate as be wee about
Leaving the room and asked him If ne did not propose to
argue hit claims Oen Wlngate returned to the table
and read the protest which he ad was all the argu
a al
meet he had to make
The Commission may do what I pleases with I he
added aihe left the rom
Mr Davis then addressed the Commission at to Its au
thority under the different rapid transit act He dis
puted the claim ot the Metropolitan Company to any
rlghu In 1 West street but granting that they had valid
rlghu there he argued that that did not prohibit this
Commission from proceeding hatever rlghu had been
granted t the Metropolitan Company were not ot an ex
clusive nature and had never been acted upon
The Commission asked Mr Davis to furnish evidence
of the character of West street which Mr Davis prom
tret
ised to do
Mr Lawson 4K Fuller who appeared at a property
owner testified at to the necessity of more elevated
roadt and Abram B Karl Secretary of the Cable Com
pany stated that lbs Cable Company was not dead but
proposed to build IU roads and among them an elevated I
line through West street Tenth avenue and the Soul
yard t the Harlem River as well as along South itreet
It would begin work at soon at the obstacles tret
tOWD 1
tu way were removed
The Commlulon I 1 five another hearing tomorrow
alt Ajralnst the Arcade Railway Company
George 8 C representing the Arcade Hall
way Company via served with a summon yesterday
1 a colt newly begun I the Supreme Court arat the
Arcade Company b Amos R Eno Solomon Loeb Na
thaniel P Bailey 0eorg L Ronald Peter Marie and
other property owners along Broadway The lull I
Imply a nodUcallon of the old cult t lest the Arcade
eharten now pending In the General Term on appeal
At the trial of the suit In the Npeclal Term the onrt
denied a motion of connect for the property owner for
pennlailoB te amend their complaint by putting In cer
f late additional statement ot damage that the Arcade
Railway would cans C properly along Broadway
Theea additional damage to their property are now
Bade the basis of the new cult by the pArties named
1
Judge Chi J Daly of conned for the Arcade Railway
11
way said yesterday that the new mil would not alTect
11
the old suit at all The Hole question before the court
lioM
wan the constitutionality of the charter and the ques
tion of damage would come later The complaint In the
new salt waa not served yesterday TII is being printed
BlMTMt Mid Widest Uaueuklp Afloat Bar
One
A big steamship of more beam and tonnage
Ikon anything afloat except the Great Eastern will
tall into this port next spring She will belong t
the International Navigation Company which owns the
Inman and Red Star lines and will b built by the Lands
< Mlrkenbead England hho will b sou feet long tu
I
test beam and 43 deep and will hay engines of 17000
hone power 1 She r8 Utl tons or about 150
more than the City of Kome but Mill be 45 feet shorter
what the lacks In length aa compared with the City ot
Borne she will make up In twain aa she will be 10 feet
wider The object of the great beam I t e more room
I tor the saloon
I Locked Vp for Abusing JIll iflylny Wife
John Kumpo a laborer of 16 West Third
Kiest was arrested yesterday on the complaint of his
1 i BOO Albert W Knmpa who charged him with disorderly
conduct at JInn Market
My mother baa been an Invalid for a longtime
Albert t said to Justice OKellly and she 1s now dying
My father has acted like a brute lie comes home drunk
buses mother I noisy and will hasten her death If he
I not locked up It Is a hard thing for we to do but I I
Dust ask you to imprison my father
tb
Certainly Justice OKellly answered Ill send
him t the workhouse for three months and will double
the lenience I bl la abustr when tile term expires
Paglllsl Coaslaikr Held for AbaadoaMeat
Matilda Komlntiky of 126 Broome street ap
peared at Essex Market yesterday against her husband
Albert Komlnsky or Al Comlnsky as he la better known
whom the charged with abandonment Mrs
Wbl obr4 ahDdonmnt Komlnsky
e
acid that her husband had money as the had read in a
newspaper that be got 7UO for defeating Jack Collins In I
a petal fight at Jacksonville Yls homintky teiitttd
aJ I
that b only got a email amount of money In Florida I but
other witnesses averred that he did get SitU He was
locked up In default of bonds to pay dhr wife ft a week
f Wow Jersey Methodist la Conference
The Newark M E Conference mot at Hack
nsack yesterday Ulshop Warren of Colorado Springs
pre An Important question t b brought up re
Isles to a change In the ratio of ministerial represents
Ion to the lentral Conference At present It lions I t
t forty five members ot the annual conferences
and It I propoasd t make I one t nor ninety An
anonymous circular denouncing th pronoiea caanje
CM = f opOI
ba circBUu aaoBC tks iaWitnh
s
BB2Q tans FOR CZJSAKT
If Boodlo las I Moved ToBay for
Trial 1 Wont Be HI
There was a report about town yesterday
that Cloary would not b tried again for bill
bory until Juno because District Attorney
Mnrtlno had determined t wait for Col Fol
lowss return because the District Attorneys
office was tired out and because Judge Bar
rett not to in tho Court of
rtt was nt preside Cur Oyor
and Tormlnor In April
Mr Marino said last evening
I shall not move for Thomas Clearya trial
on Friday Whether I shall take up another
boodle trial Ort and lot Cloary have a rst is
not yet decided I want tho fullest latitude in
the matter The gentlemen In our omco who
have conducted the trial are tired out but not
nick with nervous prostration as some news
papers havo represented I Is true that next
month Judge Van Brunt will bo In tho Court of
O > or and Tormlnor Ho is an excellent and na
upright Judge but at the same oxcelent is also
true that Judge Barrett Is a gonlus in presid
ing at tho trial of criminal offences und wo
should prefer to go before him partly for that
hi Jnrly
reason and partly because ho is acquainted
with tho case Mr dearys case will come
around should bo In absent good time oven I Col Fellows
Mr Nlcoll talked freely about the Clear trial
I was certain of a conviction he said be
cause the evidence was fuller and moro com
plete In detail against him than it was against
ONoll Tho result goes to show that nobody
can toll what a petit jury is going to do hI
orntol can laTO pUt guilty man from punish I
ment why then any criminal with monoy
enough to employ an orator is perfectly safe
o course Clcary will be tried again and I
doubt much I ho will b so lucky next time
Clenry got up at his usual hour yestorcmy
morning and went around t his work In the
Equitable building His hand was warmly
shaken many times and ho received many congratulations
Thor la a report that the turn of James A
Richmond who as the publlo discovered on the
Cloary trial lent Walt 12500 of some
bodys money on his I O U fl in the fall and
winter of 1884 Walto being notoriously in
solvent is coming next
TUB XAIOR PLAYING OADFLT
Utlaglag OMelal Into Activity About Ask
Barrel Dives and tko Bandar Law
Mayor Hewitt wrote four letters yesterday
on public matters Those are extracts
ON SUNDAY CLOS1KO
TaUitPoUctBoartt
lenclooo herewith a letter received from William B
Lawless Irrstdent of the lat Salesmens Protective
Union In which he complains that th law requiring
places of business t b closed on the Sabbath day I not
enforced by the police I need scarcely say that the
existing law were intended t b enforced and that the
responsibility ot doing e rl with the Police Deport
ment I request therefore that Instructions shall b
Issued In the proper way calling attention to the require
ments of the law and Instructing It t rt under your
command to enforce It after giving reasonable notice to
parties who have been In the habit 01 violating I that
hereafter no violations will b tolerated 1ot
ON THE ASH BAIIBU HUIBANCZ
J fffallh Oammtuioner Boyle
I sincerely hope that you wit tb inch step I co
operation with the Commissioner I of Street Cleaning
that the nuisance complained of shaU cease to exist at
least in those part of the city which are most resorted
to during the business hour of the day 1 am perfectly
aware of the serious difficulties which you will have to
encounter but there I no other city In the world which
presents such a spectacle as Is I t b found every day In
the main thoroughfares of this city encumbered aa they
are by ash barrels vessels containing garbage and toy
streets robo almost every kind to nf free use of the
ON HORBB MARKET BWINDUNO
J fSvptrtntnUltnt Hurray
If anything can be done t prevent this nefarious business
an
Ian be glad
ON THE IMMUNITY OP A BOWTBT DIVE
J the Aunt o Fotlce
I beg leave q refer yon t the enclosed complaint of
William Llngard of No 11X7 First avenue In regard to the
Philharmonic 10 Bowery I have t request that
this matter b promptly Investigated and the testimony
of Mr Llngard received In order if possible t close up
this disreputable place I should like also t D Informed
whether Captain Allaire hA made any report of this
complaint and i if not yon will do me a favor by Inquir
tog of him the reason ot the delay
jvo 07 SAW MISS KOiitf KILLED
KL
he Had Overworked Herself aa a Teacher
In tie Ethical Culture Sol
Miss Pauline Kohn who was found dead on
Wednesday evening on the flagging I the front yard of
her father Morris Kohns house lid East Forty fifth
street probably fell out of the thlrdatory window Dep
uty Coroner Ilerold thinks it was an accidental death
Nobody saw Miss Kohn I the window or saw her tau
Sirs Kuhn was asked yesterday about Dr Daniel Lewis
report that her daughter threw herself from the window
In
a fit of
I lt melancholy
We have nothing t say answered Mrs Kohn
People may think what they pleas
Miss Kuhn was tame from a malformed leg and was
at the time of her death very weak and sickly She was
23 years old I and had been a teacher In Felix Adler
School of Itthieal Culture ItO West Fifty fourth street
for two years and a half
tor Pauline was the most faithful teacher I ever knew
Principal Hamburger said yesterday abe was e fond
of her pupils that she visited them I their home doing
missionary work outside of her service here She took
such pride in her school 1 work that she could not t
duced t go home when lessons were over but would re
main n work In the Interest of her scholars She over
worked her brain and her body being frail she was
obliged six weeks ago to abandon teaching I and take a
rest But she would come here and watch her substitute
A few weeks ago I met her on the street My nerves are
DUY
all unstrung she said I have no control over myself
ri
I fear that I will never be able to teach again I am
very unhappy wu
Pauline went tn New Rochelle where her parent
have a summer residence I to recover her health but she
was lonesome there and soon returned to town Her
anl
sister Ella Is I a teacher in the public school in tooth
street and another sister a graduate of Dr Felix Adlera
teaches In Mis Wehls school for girl in Madison avenue
A Boom la the Lake Trade
CmcAOo March 24The revival of the lake
carrying trade and the sharp advance In freights have
made vessel men almost crazy Two years ago every
man who had a dollar Invested Infloating property
would have been triad to sell out at a big sacrifice This
year vessel command a big premium A vessel that
could have been bought for 80000 eighteen months ago
will readily bring elow Many sale have been mad
during the winter m
There Is also a boom In shipbuilding The outlook for
the next season was e flattering last fall that vessel 1 men
wanted more ships They rushed to the idle shipyard
and placed orders for new vessel teamers that cost
hundreds of thousands of doln Shipyards that had
been practically Idle for years soon bustled with Indus
try and in order to supply I anything like the demand
l J
new shipyards sprang into existence A reporter has
rour t
visited them all within the x two weeks lie found
forty six new vessels In various stages of construction
representing an aggregate carrying capacity of tft oou
tons and t COM of a61 these ltal but
three are steamers
New Procees of Treating Steel
WASHINGTON March 24Two Eontuckians
one of them a blacksmith recently called at the Nary
Department and announced that they had discovered a
process of treating steel which If their claims are borne
out by the fact will practically revolutionize the art of
steel tool making asserted that their
e tolmaklnr They rd by tlelr method
of treatment the commonest grades of metal such as
her or cast steel could be tempered In tho matter
of hardness and toughness ns tu fully equal the best
nttU
rriules of tool r steel An experiment was made on the
tadot Secretary Whitney pocket knife with the r
suit that I was possible to whittle an ordinary steel key
without 1 apparent Injury to the blade Ho J Impressed was
rlr rMIt
the Secretary by the claims of the Inventors that he de
cided tu permit the process tn be tested experimentally I
at the Washington Itavy Yard and the expeilmenta
nave already been begun
Disputing Mr Bruce SpirituaL Adviser
HEBEIMKB N Y March 24Capt O Water
man the death watch who guarded Mrs Prose during
the latter part of her life has addressed the Rev George
W Powell her spiritual adviser taking him severely t
task for that Mrs Prune had been
saying tbatr Dr not guilty of
profanity and boisterous conduct during her last hoon
Mr Waterman says 1 saw by the reports of Hr Pow
ell a sermon that lie said IhY M rs Druse did not use pro
fane language and did not kick the lltble under the ta
ble ns was slated In the papers My wife and 1 did hear
tier swear and saw her tiirow the millie The cause of
It was that she was mad because the Key Mr Bdmunils
had marked a particularly severe chapter which she took
as a personal nliig M r Waterman t has asked the clergy
man to retract but he has not done e up to this time
Export and Import
WASHINGTON March 24Tho Chief of tho
Bureau of StatIstics reports the total values of the ex
ports and Import during time periods named as follows
1HH7 frjwrti 10 ports
Two months ended Feb P4l2ll2teifl7 el lliW7lW 1
EIght months ended lob JH eltfA 4V7rioiHi
Twelve months ended r eh 2 7Hnn55U 071U373J
IMHti zporft Ismpoflt
Two months ended Feb 28 EtNl0u13l40 l 104101 aso
KlghtmontbscnJedFeh 20 HOlwrno 4liM77b3
Twelve months ended Feb 2 UutilHl u7721ia
Disorders which Affect the Kidneys
Are among the most formidable known Diabetes
Bright diieate gravel and other complaint of the
urinary organ are not ordinarily cured I sever cases
but they may be averted by timely medication A useful
ful stimulant for the urinary glands hat ever been found
In Hostetters Stomach Bitters a medicine which not
only affords the requisite stimulus when they In
active but increases their vigor and accretive power
By Increasing the activity of the kidneys and bladder
this medicine has the additional effect of expelling from
the blood Impurities which I I 1 the peculiar office of
those organs to eliminate and pass off The Bitters I I
alto a purifier and strengthener of the bowels an Invlg
orant of the stomach and a matchless remedy for bil
iousness and fever and ague I counteract a tendency
sad t premature inm decay and sustains ul comforts the aged
f
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RHEUMATISM
I bad Inflammatory rheumatism For
nearly a year I had to be fed and turned In bed I could
find no relief My stomach was ruined and cut lol pieces
with powerful medicines taken t effect a cure so that
was compelled t live on bread and Ie I suffered
over twentyfive years In this way I was Induced to try
Dr David Kennedy Favorite I Remedy aUd ty
I AM NOW WELL
thaok to this medicine Dr Kennedys Favorite Rem
Faorl lm
edy Is my best friend With It I I am enabled to enjoy a
Yb
good nights rest ni food such aa meat and pastry
which I have been deprived of for twenty ffve years 7
any should doubt thu statement I will seud the ready
proof at once GARRETT LANSING Troy N Y rada
sCent stamp to g Kennedy rf Y for Illus
trated book how to cure Kidney Liver and Blood dis
order Mention this paper
DrD Kennedys Favorite Remedy
Rondout NT All Druggist tl B forts
S S ttdtonctitc
A BOL1TE AUCTION Tilts DAY
PETER C KELLOGG A COS
tenth annual
annua
Special Combination ot Sale
TROTTING STOCK
CONSIONED BY PROMINENT BREEDERS
IN PROGRESS ALL THIS WEEK
TiS
a
the American Horse Exchange Limited
Broadway mrr and soth st
200 BOSSES TO HE BOLD
including homes
StiltED dJJ EVhllY USE
Address for catalogue giving full particular
la
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PtTIU C KLLfOUU A CO Auctioneers
107 John st New York
ropoit1
pxopoaAui rou TOBACCO
NAVY DEPARTMENT
BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING
WASHINGTON D I March III IM7
lr
Pealed proponalt endorsed ProiKngils I I for Tolwicro
will be > received at this llureau until April 211 IK < 7 at
I oclock A M for DUO hundred thoucand luunooi
pounds of Navy Tobacco to be wuooe tile Navy
Yard Brooklyn I Y on or before the urn day of
November 1HH7
Specifications and formt of offer will be furnished by
this Bureau upon application and proposals must bo
made upon the forms so furnished and In accordance
with the specifications JAMKS PULTUN
Paymaster General U 8 N
tcll lt Ii
fTS1tjr MSOO CA8H balance same as the rent you
J pay monthly will enable you to occupy at once and
own a home of your own within 43 minutes of the New
York City Hall fare only I Ho cents weekly Cull In fore
noun at lllTCIlCUCKd Heal I lulute Oitlce t 14 Chambers
1 New York 1I
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ENTIRE BLOCK rROgTstoreand Improved
54 apartment houret east tide loth av OOih I to lust st
J IIHAUJNS builder and owner Kith st and IJJhjiv
RIROM MAY lone or two floors ofstoreSo a3
J1 Hose st I eli utlapted for a publishing business
Apply on the premlics
F lit I I DIF NlTlTB for 110 or to hire illS
Morton J tIT CLttTlllM House I PAIILORd 0 Last 14th it under
got 1Mc
von HAI > E CHEAP Bullock printing press
L now running I and in good condition r also complete
stereotyping sun odlce machinery for same Address R O box IUI
SIK II HIUTM and ovrrroalt bargains It
we a tit you MlhFIT CLOTHING PARLOIltf DO
East Htli tt under Norton Home
PONY cylinder press nrhslr medium job press Ad
dress lncie IMNTKB box I4 l i bun olco
fluttat I ntntmcnt t
A
ANVMRER tou very slightly used upright and
L square pianos of our make which eu r1a se
lected and only used by the artists of the Metropolitan
Opera House Company durlngthe past opera season will
be sold at a liberal reduction from our regular prices
Pianos for rent r WM KKAllli A CO Ii itt cv
A SR JiOXTJIIY payment will buy a IM pl
A ato VoltDONH 13 East Hlh St
gnotrurtlon
VMEE LAE In mechanical an4 freehand
drawing pholonoln retouching photo color
cy moWI ad applied design Apply for admission
t the Young WOmen Cbtla Altol 7J 11th
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A WORD OF WARNING
Tko Foarfal Da n of tke Proooat Reason
sad now I o Avoid Tkcm In Time
Mr Whiten R Palmer of this city received th best
wishes ot the season from a the friends he met on New
Years Day and believed that hit future life was t be
long and Joyous That evening he felt a tickling I the
throat a slight pain across the chest and he coughed
one or trie The next day his nostrils were Inflamed
his throat tort and hit longs seemed all filled np The
day following b was In bd with physicians shaking
their heads and the third day he was dead from pneu
moot which he failed to take In time There an ten
thousand men and women In America today II Just the
came condition at Mr Palmer was New Years evening
Their throat are tore their lungs are Irritated and
they are on the verge of pneumonia and death but they
do not know It
This terrible dl ea < has become the monster of Ameri
can life It Is I sudden severe and fatal It comes with
out warning and strikes down without mercy I ton
usually be driven 01 In only one way and that I by tak
ing I In time The slightest symptom of Its approach
should strike terror PhyMclans My It must be thrown
from the system on the start and that there is I nothing
equal to pure spirits for this purpose No matter how
prejudiced people may feel toward lliuors they should
sink such prejudice when life and death are concerned
Pure liquors are absolutely neceatary when pneumonia
Is I coming Oi and from the careful Investigations of the
best chemists nd physicians we are convinced that no
liquor now known t the world Is I equal to Dufrr1 Pur
Malt 1 Whiskey for pneumonia or any pulmonlo trouble
This whiskey I put up solely for medical purposes and
old only In sealed bottle I is a stimulant to the or
gans that hare been congested by cold I arouses the
tissues to fresh action I wards off disease and con
taining no fniel oil does not Injure nor Intoxicate It Is I
used by the leading people of the land and owes Its pop
ularity solely to It I merit
Mr 1 K W Roswell ot Washington D C related his
experience A follows I had hemorrhages and was
examined by a physician who thought my lung only
slightly congested In August I had three more hemor
rhage and lost a quart of blood Another physician
said I was ID the hut stage ot consumption and finally
I gave up all hop I obtained Puffy Pure Mat Whis
key and took It I have gained health and strength
rapidly and am almost completely restored lrng
But this remarkable whiskey which Is I sold by all lnt
class druggists and the secret ot whole manufacture
many have In vain sought t rind out not only throw
off approaching disease but builds up the wasted sys
tem For convalescents for time debilitated for those
who need strength and for all who require stimulation
without Intoxication II Is a godsend Indeed I den
to be kept In every household not only to ho used In
cases ot emergency but to assist I prolonging life and
bringing health and happiness
t lflltttItmar6
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11 may leave their favors for TRI SDH at the only au
thorized uptown advertisement offices alhoDaQ
15115 Broadway corner 31st It till 0 P X
Bag Broadway bit 2Jd and 23d t till t P X
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iso ad av entrance on 47th st till 8 P M
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1 OO7 3d av near Ilht tSi
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cL lined work steady 1 work < aDe
L L UAX8 BHO1 Walker I
BOOK FOLDER wanted Apply to STEVEN
wle t
I bON WOOL A CO IS Spruce t
r JVRLERandinma1l hands feathers tt 3 Great
V Jones t
EXPERIENCED pamphlet folders and coverer
eorn
I4 come prepared to work
LIBERTY PRINTING CO 10 Liberty t
EXPERIENCED embroidery cutters wanted
come prepared for work bIb B8 9 Beach at
FREE Sewing Machine School open dally from 0 I to a
f It
3
5 at tuna Lodging Home 27 St Marks place 8th st
GIRLS WANTED on power presses 1 tin tao
tory Call at 370 and STSGreenwlchat
H ILL < C CO 6th av and 22d st require flrstcloa
11 ands to do t Ira on costumes and cloaks 0
O STRICH PEATUERSWantad sewers curl
we
VJ em and hand nn fancy ostrich pompon steady
work good pay Apply to olch pompu
ThOMAS PIr WOOD A CO 873 Broadway
PAPER BOXES Experienced hands on glue and
A paste work
pl GEORGE WIENERS t SON 13 South 8th av
PAPER glue hands wanted
a steady work ELI BALDWIN ia BON 13d Fulton < 1
SHOE OPERATOR and niters on gents first
class custom work 23 West 18th t
WANTEDLady active and Intelligent located I
TT outside principal clues to represent In her local
ity an old firm references permanent position
Ifrj JOHMiQN rP 14 Barclay st NY
TVAJfTEpExperlenced trimmers ongentlemen
T T silk and Derby hats trmmn rDUemn
anllorAtiUAN the Hatter 140 Bowery
I7 ATEDAn experienced girl t attend bakery
TV city reference tlO mont Call after I 284
Bleecker tt
VANTED Small girls to work on fancy feather
ANTEDSmlti i ls M r trY
J VT LEON BHE1M820 15th st
YO1TNO GIRLS can obtain sltnttlont free lodg
A Inn and and meals er 6c each at the Girls Lodging
House 27 St Marks place one block east of Cooper In
stitute under core f Childrens Aid Society I Copr
tnntcd talt
A WANTEDWILt YOU WALE INTO MY
PARLOR 1 SAID TiE SPIDER TO TiE FLY This It I
what the assignee sate I Spider said t the worklngman
Fly who had 15 in his Inside pocket No thank yon
replied the n1 remember your last visit t Brooklyn
too well While memory holds her seat I shall not fill
t recollect the suit I boughtof yon the coat which had
a fit of the ropes the second time I wore It the pants
which pU and commenced to wear bangs over the
boots In a weekl Oh not Mr Man with the moonshln
Ing lease Meanwhile Cameron tb the
leaDhl Camrol the true honest
the giver of value for moneythe man ot true blue and
true fits Cameron flourishes like a Cleveland bm
overrun Kith custom overflowing with bntlnets Old
customers may see some new faces in Camerone stores
when they again call on him for during the past week
he hat been compelled t double his staff of atilstants
but the old honesty the old bargains the old low prices
aod above al tho old familiar face of Cameron beam
ing a welcome on all are still present themselves unal
tered unchanged and unchanging
Just one case In point to how what Cameron and
Cameron prices arc A thoroughly reliable wool cant
mere suit well made wearable and honestly put to
gether for S3 How 1 that man with the limited purse I
CAMERON Flatbush av and Dean st Brooklyn
AHNINTAXCE GIVEN to poor families with chit
1I dren hAln friend or wotk to gn to In the Vett by
the Childrens Aid Society 24 t Marks place Next
partyKoesnn tl tb
A STEADY Job for a man who thoroughly under
3 stand johblntr A plumbing tin and furnace work
stale waircs expected Address K box 131 advertise
ment oillce S64 3d av
A PI PnINrJze wanted one accustomed
j to dry work Tribune HiilKIIng rom lis
A YOUNG MAX To work InT livery stable Call
11 at ill ami 1 North Moore si
BOOKniVDERNExnvrienced hand in sheet
LI room lu take chore <
> THOMAS KELLY 31 Ilroome tt
B IAxirnoOK ORVARDERS and Snish
1 ers met to night Jrund st
CHINA and claus painter steady employment Ap
i ply Valence Manufac Inif Co in west t t Ureenpolnt
H AVIXG RECiVTr < 1 INCREASED rot
it toiinury capntlty we rout give permanent empoy
melt to twenty nr thirty ailitittonal bench moulders Our
men iron rx Iilhltely Itr tile piece ntd Hkllflll moulders
can r good wages with us nil the year rund
open Our foundry sht > Is I wbit t known among moulders as an
INDIANAPOLIS ItULEAIHE IRON CO
Indianapolis lad
KING OP TAJtOnxr
Mldenlly l meant to give value for money The uncap
tlonnf the title of Ring > f liii I trod It by no means I
an unjustlllable title win n mklli
TO ORDER
WO Onus to Order 112
IM Milts to Orilrr fl
4 Suits to Oriler c ii
fill Suits to Order fjo
600 DIPrKKKNT PATTERNS TO SELECT FROM
In ready j made goods we do even more wonderful
things We Mil I
JI1 Mens All wool Hulls 4
KO Mens lhlot hums f
pn Hens forktrrew hulls nn
45 Men fine Dress Hulls Ill
KINO oTTtllORS
OTIOlf
81 1 f Ri H7 CO Ml hands st Brooklyn
TIN KOOFEIIN wanted
I Jl VAl Y f A soNs INtEnt IiOth St 1
WASiTKD Vgents mind fimasreni male and t
a v male ei i ryirhcro lo tnjufs In telling the newrtcet
enitraMniorMunkiic grcmt picture Christ Ilefare
Pllste tire 2212 H Incites price II 1 arire wages can be
made selling ifx Address CUIIKIEII1IVE8 I Hi Nassau
st New York
W ANTIJD Dors to lean the tailoring trade at the
VT New York Trade Schools i 10th tt and 1st av For
nMlcuUri apiilj tu TIIUM is HUME duo Slim av oral
tIme rcilo schools
WOOD EXO HAV E K irnnteil Vn go lo I an Interior
V V city out cop iblo itt i > doing general netspnpi rwort
Apply after IQAM 10 J CV 1AUOI1 IS andewalerst
WANTED A mirtTlntellllrnt offlc boy Apply
V V In own lSSMlriUnF Hll ILK age and references
IAIUtACTUIKII box llfj nun Bee rertoc
WANTEDWagon painter l must be a first class
V V striper and finisher Corner Navy und Jebnson eta
Brooklyn
WANTED A fIrst class shoemaker one who can
V V take measures and nt litrs Applyjit W Worth st
WANTED Marble cutters good outside men pre
V V rerred I GOULDHHtllltl V MOV aj East 23d st
UANTEDA nr < caw roach painter luqulr at
TV LUUia litRAELa IU1 I 17 Carllon av Brooklyn
VANTED blx or seven first rlai bras mossier
TT good wage Apply at 24 V < est ad t
ilRtJT I AIstl men on ladles 1 fine ta
I M bl aol slipper MAMOPa SCUOnLCol
n
mutmtntL
M ABII1 IQVAWE OAKDKJf
lvi 1 vttyuc
TUB GARDEN RINdlNO WITH ThIS SHOUTS op
2OOOO DEL10IITRD RIOU
Every Afternoon at a aDd Evenings at 8 oclock
Don open an hoar earlier
P1 T BARNUMS
TEN OREATHT allows OK EARn AND TUE
GREAT LONDON IRCUR SANtIltSS TIB
R5RIE g EYA
BRITISh MENAOEItIItS AND INTER
NATIONAL ShOWS
r
Combined for this city only with
AlA I
FOREPAUCHS R P A
GREATFRT OP ALT GREAT SIlOWS
CIRCUS MENAUUR1K ANIMAL HllIMIDuoME PARODOX AND TRAINED
Six Circus ANIIA Rlol IAHOIOX
Quadruple Elevated itags Performance
Double Museums IlnmsnWonder
quadruple Menageries lIar Animals n
Double Herds of Monster Educated Elephant
Edooald
Trained Horses Ponies Monkeys lies Goals Dogs Ac
A Double Programme of Over ItO Acts
The Greatest and Grandest Collection I of Attraction and
Featnres Mncn the Creation tO
King Thebaws Wonderful Crealon lary FamUy
The Boxing Elephant John L Sullivan
WILLIAM HENRY and MINES DKCKWITII the Cele
brated Champion Swimmers
Blondln the Horse Tightrope Walker
The fillbon Troupe of Aral
Madame Garetta and her SO Trained Dove
JUMBOS Life like Reproduction
OUDA the European Specialist
ALICE Jumbos Widow and his Big Skeleton
Somersaulting Jack the Dog Gymnast
Combined Herds ot oa Educated Elephant
Elephant Baudot Musicians
Thousands of Unuiual Bights Queer objects Comic
Obl1 Como
Episodes Lan I h4t > le Feature and Murrv Act
itoKXrhUTIATIMIM fUNSV CLOWNI I 2O
THE WORLDS PLEASURE TEMPLE FOR CHILDREN
Carriages may be ordered tor 4 iS and 1015 P I
General admission to everything SO cents 4th av Idh
children half price lcrered cents SI Madison av
aide Private boTes J chaIrs 11a Single I box seat J
lox otnco open dally from I to 4 1 M o r
ETHOPOMTA OPERA IlbvBr
lIEJOPOJ AMKUICAN OPERA
tftt
BV TIlE NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY
THEODORE ThhlPiCASMusical l Dudo
CHARLES B LUCREIeneraiMiujr
GRID OIKRA IN ESOLIII
I ToNIUIIT I
NERO I J FRIDAY I lT I NERO
SATURDAY I
MARTHA I AFTERNOON I I MARTHA
atl2O I
Next weekMonday NERO Wednesday MARTHA
followed by HAL CONTUUP 4e Krlday SYLVIA
BALLET and lALATEA Saturday afternoon last per
formance ot the season NERO atrDOI pr
tn heW
Box olBce open from 0 A M i S P M
CTAJfDARD TIIKATREEMMET
STAIP the direction of Mr J C DUFF
yirTII WKKK PIFTII WEBS
EVENINGS at 815 MATINEE SATURDAY at 2
Positively the last engagement this season of
tIER MM MM MM MM ERR n
K MMMM MMMM Y T
HE MMMM MMMM RB T
K MMMMMMK T
= a a
EERMMMMMMKRE T
IN HIS NEW VERSION OP
yRlTZ OUR COUSIN HERMAN
PiCES Soc 75c 3 and VIM
SEATS CAN JE HEfcURriDTWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE
KTH AVESrUK THEATRE OPERA
4 Evening atH Matinee at2OPEI
SECOND MOhTll AND ENOKMOLS SUCCESS
1B DOTLY CARTES OPERA COMPANY 1
rromthBAVOYTHEATRELOND6NinoiLBKBT
AND SULLIVAN lauit production
RDDDTOORB
Cast liii Mutlo charming Dialogue sparkling
Scenery beautiful i iitr
lat secured two weeks I advance
T A118 THEATRE Broadway and 8t
U EVERY NIOIIT ATl5
Tenth week 74th to82d time
A POPULAR TRtUMPIlHerald
TAXING Hrllllantandcomplete Harpers Weekly
This The eye dizzied the ear captivated the
E11REW tenses chacmedTtmes eaplnt t
eet
100th performance April 1 13
Matinee Saturday at 2
00 3th Stoddard Lecture Course B this morning at II
DALY8 I THEATRE
STODDARD ILLUSTRATED LECTURES
1 OCLOCK LENTEN MATINEES
Fifth and last lecture of Court B this Friday morn
lag Subject EGYPT AND TIlE NILE
V RESERVED SEATS VIM ADMISSION f 1
HARRIOANS PARK THEATRE
IA KUtVARD miAftaloApiroprietor
I W 1IANLKY Sole Manager
Absolute and emphatic success of
EDWARD tMl original local comedy
McNOONEYS VIblT
Rollicking fun and realistic pictures of New York city
oty
life An entertainment that pleases all classes
Ur DAVE Bit Ml AM and hit popular orchettra Every
evening i at H Wednesday and Saturday Matinees t 2 r
TJBLOR
N Mr E O GILMOREProprietor and Manager
Reserved seats Orchestra circle ana Balcony 50 enl
an
ONE WEEK ONLY
MagnlOcent production of Hartley Campbells greatest
play THE WHITE SLAVE
Tit WIT 8LA VY
TiE WHITE SLAVE
Every evening I at S MatInees Wed and Fat atZ
March 28Robert Downing In the GLADIATOR
IDEA MUNEE 23d st bet Sib and 6th a vs
Ld Opeufrom 11 toll Sundays 1 t IRE
Latest addition
REV HENRY WARD BEECHBR
Concerts daily XUNCZI from 3 LAJOR ta r and 8 to 1 by
AND PRINCE PAUL ESTERIIAZYS ORCHESTRA
Admltslon M cents Children 25 cents
AJEEB The Mystifying Chess Automaton AJBEB
STAR THEATRE FAREWELL TOUR
ti SINK hARAIl RERNIIARDT
Tonight nut time FEDORA
Saturday Matinee lyc Matinee performance of
SUtrY DAMN AUX WAve CAMILLE
Saturday night LE MAITRE DIS FORGES Lady Clare
Reserved Seats VI 12 and I
General Admission 130 I Family Circle SOc
Next week Every Evening and hat Matinee Theodora
B E > URE AND VISIT
Olde London Streete
7887BO BROADWAY OLD ENGLISH MU
fi A SPEi IAL rKATUPU Open from 10 A M t 10
P M Admlsilon u ceuu children Li
CAIoln Broadway and 89th it
Lvenlnn at K Matinee Saturday at 2
SLCCISS GREATKIt THAN K tR
TENTH MONTH STANDING ROOM ONLY
The most beautiful production of comb opera ever wit
netted In America
UKMIMh
RECEIVED WITH ROAM OF LAUGHTER
ADIAOX SQUARE THEATRE
hAt Mr AM I IAUlKIl boloManager
THE HIT OF TIlE YKAB
JIM TIlE PENMAN
PeglnsatBTO I Herat 11 Saturday matinee at a
fniHON HUUARi THEATRE EXTRA
1V1 Kll oND SERIES
tour lectures by Prnf LANCIAM Fridays and Tues I
dare at 4 oclock
Friday Starch A fill PALAtK OF Tit CESARR
Tuesdiy March 211 AQLhlllCTS 1IATI1S AND
Wi
SANITARY i i nrt ItOUB
Tickets for the course f Admlrslou fl 1
PO > Ii > N THIIATICK nil at near Broadway
A MATINUlt Monday cdue < ilay Thursday Saturday
loc MOC toe ADA mm
lOc JIKl JOo I In KAt > 1 LYNNE
Secure heat to Next rekEAST IVSM
Mmday Earning Irof iC I MOltcN lnA Ramble
I
Throuith England Ills greatest lecture
INEILS PEOPLES TIIEATKK
LVL Matinees AUlm Vcttietiay IN IAIZIII end Iurday a J
Neat weetIre I P llimPRR
Sunday evenlnir March 27 FRANK E IllPPLES Illus
trated Lecture on
IRELAND
UNIX NQ1iiiJ7 THEATRE
J Ii JILL AGNES llfRNDON Manage
In I a LaiiIiJir I Keist
COMMEIIII tLTllUIHRTS BrIt
Matinees Wiilnrtlay and Saturday
aln
IVrforninnce begins ut8 U > J
I ANT IIVEEKS
Id ot the famous I LAND AND NAVAL BATTLE
vicKsnuRn
cf i iXi hiiv nud sitii ci ibAiito i aru
CIIILDllKN FilER If Shim parents
SXEI VVA Y HAM I
iT > 1 > IL IMHIY HlIIMLISTEK PETERSFN
11 To IMni orortn llfcltnn I
SATURDAY l IAINII t Mirch Sd at B
KllNl > UAV EVCMMl March i > i nta t
Rttr Id eats fl I at Moluway Hall
S
I YCEUM THEATRE THIRD WEEK
1i 1IP 1IRAY 0
ani her eOlple IhtiRhlY CQMIANV
IJIA LAII
Renlnge i B15 Saturday Matinee atE
PONY pAT4JB THEATRE I4TII ST
rO I ROOt HATS I lllHlil FI > 23 CbNTB
MATINEE IIIHT SHOW IN TIlE CITY
TODAY AIUMH CASEY aud InWARD
ST lifcOlttlli HUtibFY P I t bllOltTlH
ItLItCl1N I I M
I AN AMERICAN PLAY
TIP Al
DOMINIES I AN AMKIIICAN blUUEnT
DAIIllllTEIt AN AMERICAN AI TIIOR
WEDNEDOAV AND SATURDAY MATINEES
iTf EHMFUI IIIVSTKATED hv Prof
1 > 1 1 AlllKN TEB brand Opera House Hall 23d st and
nth av cud positively list week Every night a H
pltvly
Saturday matInee a 2 30 P I Admission 25 el Ke
served teats 0 and 70 eta
11 B JACOBHBD AV THEATRE
II I TUE At STB ALT AN I Matinees
Admlulon I I I Mon Wed
IU and 1 O NOVFLTY I I I Fri I Ial
Jlareli I SBPAULINE MARKHAM
no YEAR MERRIXA4J AND i T
f NAVAL BATTLb tx > ntlnurd success of the greatest
ael
panorama ever exhibited Madison av and Win st
OPEN DAY AND KVKNINU
T IH AM A THOM AOIIHIUD AS t rdth KIB t the musical farce
attult TH0 > USMUnee M P ° r 4
Rheumatism
Is a blood dlsea Whe te bto contains e xgM I of trio 15 the nerve tad mnaclsa art rp4rl
peesllsrly liable t InBammatlon Exposnr t wet and 05 andr neb conditions Inducts Bhsnmatllm tot
ths relief of this ailment no remedy hu worked seek wondsrt u AYERS SARSAPARILLA I stimulate
the Kidneys to throw r tn urle poison Invigorate the bloodmaking organs soti healthfully on feC 5 e
Toss centre and thoroughly removes th causes of this dlstreislng comtlalnt
Cured
Wfs dotter had faust to relieve Ayers latest I wal IIOJHI to ineiim llim to sever I totJ >
rilla cured me ot Rheumatism Bernard Brown Hi ftnem 10 the hOI forntekebat have bMncnredby
Acm 1 Lowell Mats the nse of Ayers SarssputllsS P Bridge UrI
Building Boston
1was for many menthi a sufferer from chronic I Bal4lnr BoIOf writes Edward Provost M
For more than a year E4wa
a rt root
Rheumatism The dIscs afflicted me grievously In luffered
allt Union st llolyoke Mass I lard acutely front
ot Ml the remedies I could find until I began to 101ok
spit
pll I rmodlH Ind Inlll Rheumatism The doctors affording me little relief I
RblamUm doto alorlol rllt
nitArere Sarsaparilla whish speedily restored me to
Aye troabls disappeared
Sarapala rutormto 4 disappeared
h and
pdl begsn t nte Ayers I Ilp ala my tbl
J n40
tmaItlll ream Independence Va peared
By the use of Ayere Sarttparilla for a few months Dr John Donman Morrleanla I T says Ayers
put I have been entirely cured of ohroulo RheumaUsm Sarteparilla I find t be an admirable alterative sod
with which I had suffered Intensely for years Ben hence han ordered It In tevsrtt eases ot ehronl
jamin M Reed 850 Railroad avH Jersey Oily I 3 Rheumatism tn which It hat proved very smutton
Ayers Sar saparilla
J1 Lowell Mass Bold ky a DraggUli tt t six bottles U Worth is a bottle
TROUSERS FOR GENTLEMEN
WK HAVE TWBMTONB STYLUS OP JOHN
TAYLORS FINEST TlN < 1 tTY TROOHERINOS
ThEY ARE TIE LATEST DB8U1N8 AND HIS
VERY BEST QUALITIRSIN FACT JUST TIIK
SAME U000S All YOU tllOllPJUCED TAILOR
WILl ASK 14 AND ell FOR
YOU CAN SELECT ANY FOR 1M THIS LOT
Fog ron WhICh WE WILL OtIARANTEE TO
ti m
Ct TltlM ANt MAKE UP TO YOUR ORDER N
Tlin MOST ARTISTIC MAINER THIS IB JUST
Tit TELL IT AND A LOOK WILL DETER
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OED A CASTOR CO
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ALSO
M7 BROADWAY
OPPOSITE CITY HALL PRK
mu ttnt C
CDBIST BEFORE PILATE
LUBKALSYS OF
IUHKAC YI URKA CIIIRT BEFORE PILR
Price On Dollar India Proofs Two Dollars
For sale everywhere l copies will be sent per mall t
any place on remitting price to the Publishers
T B PETERSON A BROTHERS
son Chestnut street Philadelphia ra
A copy of it should be owned by every family
Agents are wanted everywhere to engage In III sale
DOKTADER8 MINTRELR 8 JO
CANINE CIRCUS BAY ANDAETIIK iAVNTmPrODROXB
SARAh I1EAPTHURN
In
CAMILLE
FOSTERS SWEET SONGS
KWREN SOCIETYS TROCHIAL CRAZE
MATINEE SATURDAY 2 30
1 ATE BTREET THEATRE corner ethav
± Wednesday and Saturday matinees
DEN APi THOMPSON
In his magnlllcent produrtlon of
TI 10
THE OLD 110 ESTEAD
POPULAR PRICES Beata secured In advance
BWOU OPERA CHAKMIMI fR THE TONIGHT MASCOT
MONDAY I March 2ttMr NAT C GOODWIN In BIO
PONY THE OBNTLEMANLY SAVAGE hyAC Wheeler
er and E I Darling
GRAND OPERA D01IE
ax Reserved seat orchestra circle and balcony Soc
EVENiNGS AT I i I CHA8 C MAU11URY In
Saturday Matinee at 2 I i TilE WAGES OF SIN
Next Week Fanny Davenport
G RAND OPERA HOVIE
NEXT SUNDAY H fI b AT 515
PROP OROMWELL8 815
AROUND TiE WORLD IN HO MINUTES
Admission al lie Reserved seat 25c extra
iriNDHOK THEATRE Bowery nearCanalst
> f I ThATChES PRIMKOSK I MATINEES
EVENING I A CRTS I WEDNESDAY
AT 5 I MINSTRELS land SATURDAY
Next WeekOenevleve Ward I FORGET ME NOT
5 t > UDD GORE Just published
IV i Gilbert A 111an Nw Opera
RUDDYGORE I Price el WM A POND Opra
RUDDY GORE U Union square
HARRY HII111 Houston and Crosby 1 Open
every night Dairy restaurant and billiard parlor
Fresh milk dally from Long Island farm
Crrtttrts
COOPER UNION FREE SATURDAY
5 NIUHT LECTURES The last lecture of the Reason
will be delivered to morrow evening March 26 by Dr
h tioMari
J II Raymond Professor of Physiology and Sanitary
Science Long island College Hotpual Brooklyn on
House Plumbing and Its Defects illustrated Doors
open at 715 closed at H oclock
AUPAM S HEWITT Secretary
xnriou
COD FI8HIe CHOLERA BANKS
The large new fast sea going I side wheel palace
steamer BAY RIDGE I saloons heated especially titled
up for the accommodation of excursionists and nther
men with Improvements suggested byyears of experi
ence will run every day in the week
Commencing SUNDAY March IOT will dally leave
foot of 21st st E R at 7 so A M Pier 23 foot of Beck
man st E R 8 A M Pier E B foot of Whitehall
st terminus all elevated railroads 8so A M Ito
landing on North River
rare Gentlemen75c ladles SOc Tickets returned
it fishing grounds not reached
Refreshments patent tackle and bait on board
AL FOSTER Manager
HXCITRSIOXS FOR 1BBT
fitarina City River and Harbor Transportation Co
EXCURSION DEPARTMENT
Saloon steamers capacity sot to 1500 passengers
largest and handsomest barges afloat new and popular
groves on the Sound up the Hudson and down the Bay
principal office Pier IS N R foot of Cortlandt st
books open daily 8 A M to S P it Sundays 1 to 4 P M i
branch ornee 4Jd st and 7th av open evenings
CHOLERA HANKS Opening season Steamer
SCIIUYLKH requires no purling six years record ot
a service It well known commences April Fare 73
cents with irvccnt check for refreshments club tickets
so cents ladles so rents Starts from East 21d st after
April30 BEliES Pilot HANCOX President
STATUE of Liberty steamers leave Barge office Bat
tery hourly every day Round trip 25o children free
< the Storf
CIIFTOV X < T RACE
1001 DNLHDAY FRIDAY
Every variety t of races will be given
Races commence at 221 P M
JAMES McGOWAN Secretary
gublir tttt
M
POST OFFICE NOTlVEForelgnmalle forth
I eek enJIuc March 21110 clot promptly In all cases
at this olhco as follows
KIUDAYAt R 50 P M for Newfoundland per steamer
from Halifax
ATLIIDAYAl 3 30 A M for Europe tier steam
ship hernia via Quccnstown letters for France
hnlUerland Italy brain Portuirsl I and Germany
Ac most be dlrrcleii per Renla at 110 i AM
for lerinany Ac per steamshIp mId via South
ampton and Bremen letters for Great Britain and
other European countries must be directed per
NImble HII so AM fur Kranrr Switzerland I Italy I
Hpaln and Portugal per steamship I La Ilourgogne
via Havre at 110 A rI for wetland direct per
steamship Circus a via Glasznw letters must be dl
lm t
II1o udJ
r4 rg
reeled per Clrcawla at S 30 A M for Belgium
direct Ii11 steamship Pennltnd via Antwerp r letters
umtt be directed per IennUnd rtrr I M I1r
the Itjndward lslsnde pr Itawhlp lIrmuda at I
P I M for irogreio Ir otMIIIblp Thorohlll at 2
11 for Norwimydirectpereteamhip Island letter
muit be lil lirected per lsisnmll at 3 P ii for Trux
lUoaml Huatan per steamship Maria P from New
Orleans
BLNDAiAt 230 A M for Nassau N P per steam
lIaIltrh of Mnntlrello ill Isckeonvitie l
Malta for the Sandwich Islands per steamship I Ails
IraU from ran lrancl cn close herr March 24 at 7 I
PM Malta for the Society Islands per ship Tropic
Bird from Han Francisco close here March J4 at 71 P I
M Malls for China and Japan per steamship Heliric
from Han Francisco close here March at 7 P St
Malls for Australia New Zealand Sandwich Fill
and Samoan Islands per sieamihlp Alameda from
otlro Ptl A
San ranclsco clone here April t at 4 P M or m
arrival at New York of steamship Gennnnlc with
British malls for Australia Malls fur Cuba by rail
11 Tampa Fla and thence by steamer via key
West It clot at this ottlc dally at S M A M
1tUst2tOWJ
TTOWEOIATUYIf token In lime aproprly
15 Iood huttlrolalhlo rmlt generally I ill cure
eurapidly and easily that people are unwilling often
to give ii due credit saying I rsthr There was nothin
ailed me after all Time VJ j Index I1ln to f
leethon of homeopsthic prerripllnns for ailment not
severe enough 0 requIre the atlendance of a physician
ii is desIgned especially for hoes unfamilIar a ith his
school and will be sent free ti mail or given on sppli
cation at our pharmacies 7 WesiSilenrl4Seirsnlst
35O UP W AUD buys a nobhyptnts Fifty
p 3tlU titles from leading tsllnrs M1KFIT CLOTII
ING PARLQIts mi lisst 14th si under Morton House
5 rjIRONDIN DIHINFECTANT Glron
INdia Dltlnlectant For tale by FAKE A TILFOKD
Clothing
MlaFIT and uncalled for garments at half value at
Lj MISFIT fLOTIIINU PARLORS 00 East 14th st
under Morton Hoses
htppLn
RED BTYR LINE FOR ANTWERP
IL jun from New York and Antwerp every Saturday
PENN LAbIa Saturday March l iMJ A M
WANSLANDsatunis April r II I M
Fall and winter ratal First cabin Wa and Iii ex
canton SIlO nd 5125 Sscoad cabin 45 sicursion
pin stersg ail lowest rates
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WATERS
PIANOS
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Tmr rrea new tvetTKocUTt rWrtrj A Tory
tfch T nil tone with fin tinging guoKry
Prlcei tjeffi togUO nd sold aa payment of
set lOpe stealS when desired
Also secondhand Piano different maker tn
perfect order Price 850 to B80O on payment
ofonwapertnonfA Piano rented Mpermonlb
and part rent allowed toward the purchase
Old Hanoi taken tn part payment for new one
Bend postal for catalogue
HORACE WATERS tt CO
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Whoes VITAlITY ii falling tIreD DRAIN72i and
EXHAUSTED or Power PRERATIJILELV WASTe
ED may find a croci cii reliable our ma th
Adopted by all French Phy e en ng rapidly
sunesrtmlly introduced here All ekesuIng losme
drain promptly checked TREATL5Evtrg nas
paper and medical endorsement tc f nEG Oaiualta
Uoo slOe or bv mail with six eminent doctor FRK
CIVWLE AGENCY No 174 Fulton Shut Km Yo
M A N H 0 0 D I lure error lost i and or guaranteed or Impaired thoroughly later excesses through Simple restored prompt meth early
od home cure no detention from business I Write tot
Illustrated book sent rrr sealed Foil staff of phy
slclans VON GRIEF TROCHEE COs S
Park Place N Y
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manhood sIn I will send a valuable trtlssea1edl
containing full parUrolarsl Tor horn cure tree of
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nIEW YOJZK CENTRAL AND
l ItUDsUN RIVER IIAHROAD
Commencing Jan 2 IdOl Uiroiwn trains will leavo
Grand Central Depot
IS A M Rochester Express drawing room ear to
Albany Troy St Albana Rouses Point and Syracuse
u tO A Mn The Limited with dining cars stopplnf
at Albany UUca Syracuse Rochester Buttalo Niagara
Falls brie Cleveland and Toledo arriving at Chicago
at u so A M next day
10 30 A M Chicago Express drawing room car ta
Canandalirua and Rochester
ill 30 TA M Western hew York and Northern Es
press with drawing room cars
slab P M Albany Troy and Utica Expre with
drawing room cars to Troy
M P M Accommodation to Albany and Troy
5 P M Chicago and St Louis Express with sleeping
ears for Niagara Falls Buffalo Cincinnati Toledo De
troit Chicago and hi Louis Dining car New York ta
Albany
e w I1 M Montreal Express sleeping ear to Mon
treal via Saratoga and via St Albana Buns to Utica
topping at principal stations
Iff Si P special Sleeper arrives Rochester 74O A MJ
Bufialo bas A M and Cleveland 1 25 P M next day
3115 P M Pacltto Express with sleeping car foe
Rochester buffalo Niagara Faus Cleveland Cincinnati
Toledo Detroit and Chicago bleeping car to Water
town via Utica dally except Saturday also to Auburn
Geneva and Canandalgua except Saturday and Sunday
1 1 ISP M Night Express with sleeping cart to Albany
and Troy connect with trains for the west and ta tho
North except Saturday
For local trains see time table
Ticket on sole at Grand Central Depot 7 Battery
place 413 Broadway and Harlem Depot 4th av asS
I25th st and at Weetcott Express ortfcet s Park placo
near llroadwav 7K1 and UU liroadway and at weal
IJitri st New York SXI Washington st and 790 fultoi
it Brooklyn mind 70 4th st UlUnishurgh
Accommodation in drawing room and sleeping can
can be procured at any of the ticket offices in New York
city ana at 533 ashlngton st Brooklyn
Baggage called for and checked from residence
These trains run dally others doily except Sunday
These trains stop at iiazleut 125th st and 4th av to
take up passengers only
HKHftY MONETT General Passenger Agent
PEN2CIIY1YVANIA RAILROAD
f Un and after JAN 31 11017
O UK AT TRUNK LINE
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTS
Trains leave New York via Desbrosses and Cortlandt
fctreett Ferries as follows
lisrrleburw Pittsburgh and the West with Pnflma
Palace Ca attached II A 14 7 and S P 21 daly
New York and Chicago United of larior Dtnj
Smoking and SleepIng Care at 0 A N every day
Wllllamsport Lock Haven uA M 8 PMCofry anti
Erie at 8 P 1 M connecting at Curry for ntnsvUle Pec
trolenm Centre and the oil Regions
For Lebanon a JL M 3 jo P M and 1215 night
Baltimore Washington and the South Limited Wash
ington Express ot Pullman Palsce Car dally except
Sunday IU A M arrive Washington 4 P M and
dally 344 < P M arrive Washington S5S P M rant
lara8iRtltafld80OA M 124Dtand9lN
and 1215 night Sunday 610 and u A M JUaud i
PM and 12 ta flight
For Atlantio City except Sunday Through Parlor Cats
For Cape May week day 1110 A M On Saturday
only i P Si
Long Branch Bay Head Junction and Intermediate sta
tions via Rahway and Amboy 0 A M u noon 34X
6 P M On Sunday 04S A M and S P M do not stop
atAsburv Park
For Old lmilnt and Vorfolk via New York Philadelphia
and Norfolk Railroad 7M A M week days and M P
N every uaj viaoauuuuro auu say dne jui js
week days
Boats of Brooklyn Annex connect with all through
trains at Jerrey City affording a ipeedy and direct
transfer for Brooklyn travel
Trains arrive rrom Pittsburgh 7107 SO II SOAMT
and 1135 P M dally from Washington and Baltimore
eao e 50 ASh iJO ajh 3bu53uaao9ju anti
lOISlt Sunday o JuTS M A MBMLSulO91O
and loss p M oroni Philadelphia 300 tiJ0 650
7lll73OU2tZUS1l 10 40 II 3U II SO AM7T20
3211 3 SIX 5 30 120 7 7208009201035 II M
P M and U 4 > nliht Sunday iSO OJO o 40 7HO
73i35 1150AM 3JU UJO7 030 035 10ii
FOR PHILADELPIIIA
Express Train leave New York via Desbroatea and
nirtlandt Street terries as follows i
6s m 7liHUu Chicago Limited and 10 Washington
Limited and II A M I 3 ajo 4 4 ait 8 a 7 a and
I P M and hIllS night AccommodationH 30anil
111 111 A SI 44O P M fumljod Express 150tf
Limited and 10 A U < 4JO a 7 s and UP M aal
1215 nIght
Trains leaving New York dally except Sunday at7 X
H and Iliiu I A Il I 2 4 A HT ii l and in ASl and
P I M on Sundays connect at Trenton for Camden
Returning trains leave limed street station PhuadeU
phla iO1 I J Hi 405 4 411 ilUU 50 7308 aj Haa
56 11 suit 11115 A M Llmtled Express 114 and
4A P MA 1248 1 3 4 5 u 37l2arjandt 5d
P M On Sunday IJ I 01 1520 405 440 8IU 8 XL
V40 A M U4U44 SOLimlttdX elsS 712 eiid8ill
Leave Philadelphia via Camden B A M dally except
hunday
Ticket omces rHIt 433 and Ml Broadway I Astor
llonte H tattery place and foot of Detbrosset anti
fortlandt sts i 4 Court st and Brooklyn Annex Station
foot of Kultonst Brooklyn Button Jeney City EmT
grunt Tloketottice Cattle Uarden
The hew ort Transfer Company will call for end
chei k Iwggazef from hotel amid residences
CUAH If Pi 11111 j R WOOD
Ueneral Manager General Paasr Agent
FOIL PHILADELPHIA AND TRENTO K
i httLNl BROOK SOOTY
Station in New York foot of Liberty ct N 5
LesYeNewYorkS745iOtAi 5044555p
7iolPM Sundays 4 a4i AMS u PJT
Leave Phlladelplila uth and Orson tit 7 30 8
000 Il A Si iJr I 315 540 7 I P II Sundays 55
DRAWING ROOM AND SLEEPING CARS
Time table at all stations
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StA THK IAHGEHT and lowest priced Bret
Or class dental dice ln time city 3 no square feet de
toted f dental purposes Elegant full gum seta M 17
and fin ola tlmo prices fm j andES Nocnargo
for eitracilnif without pain If artificial teeth are to Eo
Inserted teeth filled teeth repaired In SO minutes Hen
made while waltlugt a lady In attendance MU and W4
Third sy southwttl corner MillS tt Alto 27J West JttU
at Dr MUDEMANN
ylfl YEARS aetlys practice at dentistry gaOai
w uilldrrnt tenth extracted JScs seta on rubber
pate Wand upwards repairing and upwards gold
platinum and Oliver tlUlnxs a > t > eclalty t1 and upwards
polishing teeth tOC niAvr InCline and gold pltto
Miopen evening and Sundays ladyln attendance
> t B uDUPIUNAU rreuchDentist ill tiewery
3EAVTIVL teeth Cl lflWniUngorextractint
100 gci4l up sett made or repaired Whit west
togi openBuudaysy N V DEbrA CQo2Oititl5y
1 R FTJIIER extracts teeth without caln Taetk
d
repaired without waiting Het Kup to Canal s
4ANDJS BETS OF TEITII while waiting da
4 urv niiiit Dr CLAitB 37SBib av soot st
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VJCKERT permanent curs guaranteed ipecl
L diseases of both sexe dangerous < case ssiscitan
Pt THEMI 40 Wait Mtst
TIIIEAEt of a private nature quick curse
U Dim store W Parkis cog Muitiia flslcl
ZZBLER scorra xoxxr
JL Bpss that be Lavisksd tt Part of II em
n Dual Establishment
Frank Scott the young bookkeeper who
confessed to the theft ot nearly 135000 from
the book publlshlric firm of 0 L Webster A
Co ID which Mark Twain Is n partner strenu
ously denies the latest rumor which credits
him with having maintained a separate estab
lishment innn tiptown apartment houno In this
city Scott heard the story yesterday In the
Newark Jail and denied it in the presence ot
his wife Ho maid that ho had given assistance
to a certain young woman and that both his
wife and Mr Webster know all tho circum
stances of thiA case Ills relations with tho
young woman he insisted were honorable
Mr hall of Wobstor A Co said yesterday that
be did not believe the story of Bcotts sent
mental entanglement but thQught that ho hod
spent his stolen money In Wall street and In
making himself pohulor with tho boys
Tho Uosovlllo Athletic Association last night
accepted Boons resignation
MB cmxaixa TAKES Air
Point BUnk Denial that the Park Depart
meat Is n Nest Jobbery
Park Commissioner Crlmralns took his Inn
Ings yesterday at the examination by the Commission
ers of Accounts Into the affairs of the Park Department
He went through all the charge of Commissioner Pow
ers In detail emphatically denying all the alleged Irreg
ularlllet and hacking his denials with documentary evl
dents He denied that appointment were made through
political Influence and said many appointees came
through civil service examinations He showed that all
shrub are bought by contract with the lowest bidder
He referred to the memorable denial of patronage to
Jaelme Dt Lacy and MoQutde at an evidence that poll
titian do not control appointments He denied that the
Park employees were compelled to contribute for any
purpose and said that even tIme Little Filters of tho Poor
were prohibited from going Into the Park to make collie
lactions
lie denied that there was any discrimination against
American In appointment and mId that the majority
of the police force are Americans lie denied that po
licemen under charges were allowed toreslgu whets they
could be punished and he defended the expenditure of
money for music aa economical and according to cRab
liohed rates
lie handed Commissioner Shearman a list of all the
employees of the Park Department and their backers
and Challenged proof that any of the men employed
were not competent to do their work As to the dis
charge of men just after election lie said that was a co
incidence because the ordinary linn of work Is from
May to November and that It was of course necessary
to cut down the force for winter
Commissioner Crlmmlnss answer to the charge that
he had used the Central Park for a private dumping
ground and had burled some granite pillars in his
dumping ground was that he had been filling In with
out cost to the department a hollow that needed to be
filled and had not charged anything for the service at a
time when such tilling had a market value At to the
granite pillar he showed where they had been carefully
placed in the park at his private cost
MEd HUSBANDS NOT A PICKPOCKET
Justice OReilly Decide that Mr Coin
caa Money wo Thrown Into her Ana
Mrs Della Husbands ot 223 West Seven
teenth stream whose husband It the assistant sexton of
the Church of the Holy Communion was arrested on
Monday outside of Macyt store for stealing 47 from a
reticule carried by Mrs Maria Colllgan of 03 Third
street Mrs Husbands who had athree weeks old baby
at home Was locked up for the night and In court the
next day Mrs CoUlgan swore positively that she had
found 138 ot her money In Mrs Husbands hand after
another shopper had told her that Mrs Husbands had
stolen a roll of bills from her reticule Mrs Husbands
weeplngly protested her Innocence of any theft and the
Rev Henry Monet rector of the Church of the Holy
Communion became responsible for her appearance
Mrs Husbands accompanied by the Rev Mr Mottet
and followed by a host of other mends who were willing
to testify to her good character followed her Into court
early yesterday morning Mrs Colllgan was not in
court and a ter waiting for her to appear Justice
OReilly went on with the examination
Ralph A Well special officer In Macya said that he
was positive that the bills lay on Mrs Husbands arm
when Mr Colllgan called for her arrest and he declined
to Interfere aa he was positive that the woman was not
a thief Ills theory was that the person who Hole the
unonel got frightened and threw the roll of bill into
lit unsbands s arms
The Rev Henry Mottet gave Mr Husbands an excel
lent character and assured the Justice that he was posi
tive that the woman was Innocent and that Mr Colll
ran must have been mistaken when the stated that she
bad found the bills in Mr llutbandss hand
Justice OReilly discharged Mr llusbands
Pelhaia a Sick of the Park a We Are
A delegation of officials and residents of the
town of Pelham Introduced by Dr John A Harden
brook called upon Mayor Hewitt yesterday and urged
the propriety ot amending the scheme for the new up
town parka by taking off the park situated tn the town
of Pelham Mayor Hewitt received them graciously
and said
I am glad to meet yon I appreciate the situation I
think it was outrageous for the Legislature to pass the
bill compelling the city of New York to buy a park eight
miles from Harlem River Bridge and compelling the
taxpayers to pay for It lam opposed to such special
legislation and f will cheerfully cooperate with you to
recommend it repeal I will forward your request to
the Common Council at Its meeting next Tuesday
Pelham got very tired of the park scheme when It dis
covered that the park lands would not be subject to
taxation and that taxes on the rest of the town for local
purpose would therefore be doubled

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