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IIHECK "X--623" 017DB JJOOK BTVFFBD HASDVATX7ICKETB. a. HI. Denl. no .. Than BS.OOO In Two ..hl.rOUndrrcliniii found Ont-Th. rollc. limit of the riotler.. lomo for dofrnurtlnc tlio a Hotol St Denis hnsimt lotectlvo BorecnnU Hnnly tor Steoru'u btnll. At tho 10 was to obtain from a iRcnco room tho nutnlmri ocos of Ijnccaco tlmt woro ulto oMnln poRiosslon of jnco by proictitlnc coun icks. Tills scliomo fallo.l ,L Tho sehomo by which a boon robbed una workml -f tlu bond ciiRhler. of tho lodtiltb counterfeit orrtor I could fliillt tho ro-oltits two parts. $1 for tho hotel id his confodoratos. orn mnii. nnmo unknown. Iro nnd shnpoof n novel iowsi aper. In tho I nskniM lis. This room wan until of Itort Harrows of liSl t. Ho has been employed erof yours. A day or two is loftn second man. nnmo d nulled for It. AltliuiiKli : It. Harrow was uboutto o. Proprietor Taylor Imp- near by. nnd ho told Hit' meknK" to no ono hivo tho el: for It. which check was l!nrniu-i .. cnicd so tlls "ijlnfH Htisplcloni wcio ok the lmckaco into his Hofotindttcoiitnlnudnn .Iltvny RUlde. no :i. nftor tlfty-flvo pncos mi oMil-shaped holo hail s tlirouchtoiiaBorj.".or rourth tho book. In this diamonds, a larso pearl. seral pawn tickets. Mr. inckaco up In hl9 safe, and itched tho packiico room M tU'COlor no vv liloncns ho pnitotliiiriouti. Scv Inod from tlmo to thno o. nnd n woman snld sha .Is. but thoro tho mattor iccordlnc to tho story of sr bnt-cnsr.i checks called old him that a tall, slim j. nnd dark hair, eyes mid M on him with a bt. I)nl-j narked "X DIM and had or manuracturliik'dupli other shape-'. lottors ami , was so cautious that tho jrass munuiueturor wuro ied for chock ,X-C2i." jund. Th.m lio reported o Inspector Moors, nnd Wndoto.ik it up. i brass inunufaoturor gavo d calliMl on him with tho int Hnnly rccoirnl-'ed ns arinan. :u years old, of 4'J htroet. llniily followod day lritlus. Hji traced y House, to tho Corllamit tiWCortliimlt street, lio inrman liad ortleroil 1.000 los i.f thn-n in usij nt tho enrds wero to bo in two nuinbored from 1 to noil. In tlm hniiclsof tho police. Heated of tho hotol order Dotectlvo Hanly arrested ras nt 42 West Twenty, rooms, tho police say. aro us opium den. Cushions nor. Iiea y curtains shadu nebo lanterns ami huk irn the walls. Akarman innocence. Ho was taken irs. and it was announced mi made n eonti'sslunon He nilinittod that ho nnd boon systematically lob lo furtho past two months 1st porfnctlnu thuir plans )nnis. Ho said that Jlnr and Orrln J. Ott. cashier :a(tj. woro Intorostod with d to tho pollco how ho nnd nded to roh tho ht. Iiouls. ir confederate wore to hiro tol. nnd when uny vulua-1-fllled truiiKS camo into is to lot thom know, and number ot tho chocks, o to n nenr-by express cuo-.ts owning tho trunks out to leave tho hotol thoy duplicate cheeks in tha 3 company with instruo accaKO to thom. Isoy Houso sehomo. Akar had boon working it suo tvo months. Ho said that dor's riosk duplicates of lion n card for n good sum tcio it up und nut in its card with nsmnller sum. 1 bo pocketed by Ott and 10 cashlor nt tho Gllsoy rning. After two hours of er being confronted with ion. Ott hrokn down, bery tulliod with that of implicated tho asblbtant mos Loew. Ott snla that tho desk l.oow carried on stlmntod tho hotel's loss vas learned by Hnnly and it Ott was trslngto hnvo of tho Oilsuy Houso em as n socond cubliler in the lerk. Ott. Ilnrtly wont for Unr wiy that he. too, broke d. putting tho blnmoon lid. had devised tliouliolo irsuadod him to join in It. ro tnken boforo Jtitlco nrkot l'ollcoCouit loster iro remanded back to l'o ntll this moinlng. It was for their remand was that t Loow. wbu vi ns In Jersey y. i. tho brains of tho pang, n pollco. Hcrgennt llnnty m last October InThlrty swholpsulor.ild of alleged ok place. He is f leet II llm. and is aj jmrsold. lark nioustaelio nnd Imi His completion Ispalit, less. His (hooks nro hoi. d Ills eyes hao tho dull, i confirmed opium II ml. is nn inveterate opium not known to tho police. )tt. too. is 'Jl. Tho police )tt aro uibo addicted to glvon out by tho police. :ig to l'roprlotor Tailor '1th tho bra's manufne was not glion, could not :ht Tho pollen hnvo not now how tlm .St. Denis's nliinhlo jowelry in a r.tll mckngo loom of n hotol ii that valuables, unless old at tho owner's rlk, y of tho Ollsoy IIou.o. itor Ilroslln. was at I'ollco rdny afternoon He 'aid ut tell how much they had nk tho loss w ill full below K TV.HAI'H DEUOCUATJC tOM'EItKXCr. M Rkl fefome of ilia Nnv Vork Hlnfi Deleatci to HB Clilcue" Ali'pudy In Tr.uii, HH B There woro a half dozon rural dcloites to HK IH tho Democrat to National Convention, who had HR tH arrived In tho city li.st night in respouso to Hvj ; tho call of Chairman 1x1 ward Murphy, Jr., of BBS 11 "10 b'at" Committee for n coiiferenco to bo HH , V jl held at tho Hoffman Houso to-night. Among HB .''I M them woro Assemblyman Dompsoy of Ulica. IS ' JR Levi JL Drown ot Wotertown, Charles H MM ij Uomiok ot Oneida, Clinton Bcckwltb of Ilcrkl- HB' ' ', M mer, John I'Jnnagan of Cnnandal.iun, and Hi " ll Llout-flor. Bhcchan. Ijj! ', I Jery one of these gentlemon snld thnt thoy Hj f ,' ' Here rendy to pledge anew their fenlty to f f Senator Hill and would voto for him so long as H J lo remains a camlldiite, and Di'hvuto liomiek HI' added that he will bo for Hill when he retums if rf 1 from the Convention. .Mi. Murphy is eipei ted K- W rt ,r'm) 1 r"' this morning, and n preliminary K -3 A eonfen-neo 1 etween him. tho Lleutonaiit- K "i tfi Ooveriidr. nnd Mi.Cioker or bonirtotherreii. B t IZ1 '' v" "ITmmnnm' Hull ultli soin.. iep- Wt Mjt'P- resentatiuiot the Kings county liemocraoy is He KI,i expected to In. held. W yv,i -,'' 'luii't Niuirday ilslt of Kenntor A. I'. UK. ;j; J r,'n,,1V"1.H,i;i,,y 1 tt,0,,,,t ,0 haiosomo. r .'; Jhngtodnwitlithouitloii of tho conference. ' ?j iJl'ilIf"1 i' lv,'.lS.lllro B well known to HI' U f soienilpf benator Hill's warmest supporters, f pi who refer to tho incident with u knowlnc Hi. tig smile. It Is eoncidiired posslblo that Senator HJ ml Goruin may be in the city again to-day, BE 11EAKT TO UK A rillATR. Thnt la Whf MUteta-ren-old Aldca Fl Killed llnrdoou Newark's boy murderer, Aldon Fnl. did not lose any sloop bocauso of tho verdict which condomns him to death. Ho wont to bodnt 0 o'clock on 8aturdny night after tolling tho Wardon of tho jnll thnt ho got just what ho ox pectod. and chuckling or tho mnnnor In which ho was oonvoyod to tho jnll from the Court Houso. Ho was so dollghtcd with tho way Cnpt. Corbott tricked tho crowd that he rororrodtotholncldontsoornl times with con siderable gloo In his voice. Ho wont to slocp almost as soon as ho lay down, nnd did not wnko until long alter daylight streamed through tho barred windows of tho whitewashed corridor. Ho nto a honrty break fast In his coll. and nftorward busied himself In drawing freo-liand doslgns upon papor which tho Wardon furnished. Ho has a good deal of talont for original designing In this manner. Nobody was allowod to soo him yes terday, though hundreds of curiosity sookers trlodto gain entrnnco to tho prison forthnt purpose. Tho boy. who Is not qulto 111 years old. sooms to bo froo from nny sorlous thought nbout his situation. Ho lschoeiful whonovor nnybody nppronchos him, and yet ho knows thntthn shadow of death hangs oyprhlm. It is said ho Is utterly IndllToront to Ids fato. but Itlsmnro llkoll-that ho believes that popular sHiiiMlhy will bring ubouta commutation or hl Motitonco to imprisonment for life, nnd not lining Nlslted htato prlioii. Ith.is.no horror for him. Iloysnro Inclined to think lightly of 1 rl'on life until they nro taken through n prison nnd S"hoiv hard it l. Judge Henry, one of bis counsel, said on Haluiilnv night that ho was not surprised at tlm ordlct. It was only what lie expeetod. the hoj't eonfoH-dnn making it imposlblo to break tho prosecution. , , ,. "We hud pra-tleally no defence.' , ho salil. "nnd eminent Now York Inwyori tnld mo that the ens" Mils lioiielpi-H. Just whnt move wo will make next I cannot say. but I um con ln"ed that they Mill not banc the boy. If nei'i's'-ary mm ihnll carry tho eann to tho If,! frnleomtsnftorentenco is pionouncod. liu belloiotliat If thiirae had gone to the jury befuio iho JildKii'Hi'hurgo the hoy would nut hue I o 'it convicted of murdor in tho first degree. "Due thing wbl"h. boynnd a doubt, would hale tnnilo n laioi.ibln impression on the jury miild have come only fiom I iiIcs'b lips, nnd for excnllonl lensons wo did not want to put him on tho stand. The story ns told by tho boy dloclosci the motive for tho crime. Ho savs thnt some time nro. while reading one of tho hnlf-dlme novels In which ho was nddlctod, ho came upon tlie thrilling descrip tion of HiDiiilientuiesof n bovplinte. Sholtly nfterivnrd he read an ndvertlsomentof n tor podo 1 1 at for sulolli lloston fur $1 Til). Ho bo camo linbui d wlthndosim to own tho boat, and to emulate the boy pirate. "Then ln decided to rob s omo one. nnd ho thoughtof Hnidon. Ho planned thorobbory with no intention of killing tlio old man. nnd nfter leaving the seonoof t lie crlmo ho count id tho money, nnd. Ilnding that lie had moro than enough to buy tho boat, ho concluded to secure nn outlit of nrms hefoie going to llos ton. Ho I otulit tho rifle, roolvors. nnd car tridges and Intoiuled to go to lloston nnd criiKoin lio'ton hirbor. Ho thought thnt ho could copi) with the crown of tho smiller craft whli h ho Intondi'd to board and rob " This. Judge Henry thought, was so mon strously vKlonarythnt itwouldhiostr"iigth ened the insanity plo.i. In 1'ales's confos-ion lio said he bought a ticket for llo-ton bocauso ho had piomNe of omplovmont there. The lloi. .Initios Hovd Hinilyot tho Trnnklln Street Methodist Uplscopul Church In Xow ni k took for bis subject last night "Lessons for tho Idling from tho Heath Thomas Hny don." He Rnl.l thnt during the trial ho studied the boy Falpt., nnd on Kiidny had nn hour's In torilew Willi him In jail. He made a phreno logical examination of his bend. Ho found Determination uulto largo: Ideality nnd Ven eration qulto small; Imagination scarcely perceptible. Ho saiil tho boy t-oemod cool nnd well pleased with himself, nnd told him tho story of his Intending tn bocomon plrnto. Ho said he went to church and bad been confirmed. Jmt never converted, thus showing the tisulessness. tho minister said, ot outward religion If tho heart is nnt touched. Tho by told him ho was nn ini orate clgarctto smoker. Tho clorgymon characterized cigar ottos and cheap uoi els ns unclean. OIIITVAHT. Daniel D. T. Mooro. onco tho editor and pro prlotor of tho Itural Y Yorker, died on Fri day night In tho New York Hospital, whore ho had been a patient for several wooks. He had an attack of paralisls at his boarding place. 15l West Twenty-third street, and as his con dition would not permit of his being removed to his son's homo In Arlington, he was tnken totholmspitnL Mr. Mooio was homntMnr ccllus. Fob. l!. IH'.'t). and when 15 ears old wont to llouhestor as apprentice to Luther Tucker, who published the Atleirther. Ho subsequently beenmo nsslstnnt editor of tlio paper. Later ho studied law. Tiien ho odited n woekly at Jackson, Mich., nnd afterward stnrted tho MuMijan rarmn: He abandoned HiIp enterprise to takoup the Griipite Farmrr. which he conduct ed for threo years, in 1850 ho stnrted tho llu ral .Vein JorAer, and In 1808 ho romoiod tho ofllco of publication to this city. The proporty Incrensed inpidly In value, nnd at ouo time its publisher wnsconsldeiod worth nt lensthilf a million dollais. Ho sold the papor in 1H7H and stilted ii mngazino cnllod Munre'i liutal l.tje. It did not succoej. In late years he has been a constant couttlbiitor to religions weok llosond other papers on topics of interest to farmers. Ho was onco Major of llochoster. Mr. Mooro Ionics threo sons. Henry D. T. Monro nnd Merrltt SI. Mooro of Arlington. 1), X). T. Mooro. Jr.. of this city, and n daughter, A7II0. who lives with her brother llonry. Tho remains will bo burled at Mount Hope Cemo terj, ltochostur. Commodore William Wallace Hunter died In Now Orleans on .Saturday, aged I'll. Ho would hnio been the oldest olTVor of the United Mates naiy had lu not loslgrod to enter tho Confod 'inle siTilee. Commodore Hunter was a native of Philadelphia. Mliero he was hoi n In 180'-'. His father hud bouii io'nmihsoni'd by President .Tellerson toilhlt Louisiana previous to its purchase by tlm United ht iti-s nnd to re port on thoudiisaljllity of buying tho Trench possosi nt. To loui-dnun joung Hunter moled as a child. He was appoliitod a mid shipman from that Mnto In IH'll. At the time of the Mexican war lio built for the Unltod States the man-of-wnr Alleghnni.tho llr-t Iron wnrvossoloiercoiibtrui ted. M10 was built on the Ohio and Hinted down to the Gulf. Ho served in the iloet throughout tho Movtc.iti war and raptured tho town of Aliarado In IW1 Hunter ivns in command of the United States nainl station at Ilaltlmore. but resigned from tho son len wlion Louisiana bpcedod. llrbtturnlu.' over all tho proporty to tlio United Mutes. He jolnod tho Confederate n.ivnlsoiiiciuitid was appointed a f'oinmod ire. He llgui oil conspicuously in tlio light at Mobile liny and at other points. Ifn was appointed Ounrtormaslor by (Ion. N'lcholls. which post ho filled for soicral eur-. iiutnlthstanding his great uge. Mary Jnno Mn'torson. the wife of Stephen IV II. who represented tho Ninth ward district of this city In tho Mnto Legislature 11 number of years, died suddenly of p.iralisis of tho heart nn flaturrtav evening in her iwth year, hhospont about half of horJH yearsof murrled life nt 7.'l HoiatlOHtreet. In this city, nnd tho othor half at UK Macon street, Ilruoklin. her present homo. M10 was very nctiio In church nnd charily work. Mm ioives five daughters and two Bons. Mr. l'ell is now in his 75th sear. Mr. John L. Whiting, tho head of the biggest brush manufacturing o-tnblibhmont In the United Plates, died in lio.ton yestordny. of npoplexv, afterun Illness of only fifteen min utes. He was OH j ears old. iook r.r.;uss's hbkath away. ItlillneU KenlKiiilllnii llnlitirrcnilf d tile Src. rtXnry of lv nr, A Now York gontlomnn, who was In tho ofllco of (he Secretary of Wur when 1'rivatoSecrotnry Halford nn bed In Saturday and announced (ho resignation of Secretary Itlnlno, hnid yes terday (hat F.lkliis ii.-is completely knocked out by tho nous, nnd did not know what to bay or do. It tool: tho hecri t try seier.il hniirs to re gain hisnssurancennddi cliiro Hint "Ilonjamln is nil right. 'nnd hul not I ot-n liil 111 tlm vital spot. Cieoigi) V. . Wiinm.ikor.wtiii, with Harney lllg In.ls of tho few liuiiuhllriindlMrlct lendois in this city who didn't go to MlnnoanollH. said v cBtorduy that lio has been polllm; tho boj s In tho faoventoniith As'ombly district, nnd thnt they nro wild In their onthuslasm for (he l'lumed Knight CIcTclaadlles llcutrn Out or Klclit In tbc llulllmure Frlmurle. WASiiiNaTov, June n.-In the grand nulla balo over tho Dlalno resignation nil other political developments have been (oraporarily nogloctod. Tho result ol the Democratic pri mary cloctlons in Ilaltlmore lust Thursday has in this nay fallod to recoivo tho attention which it deserves to hnvo. Thmeisln Kalllmoro a Ynuns Men's Cleve land's Association, which, llko other organ 1ntionsof its kind, lias mndo 11 great deal of ncisunnd husadiorlibed (hit It was going to do great things. Among other things it pro. 1 oseu to carry tho Haltlmoro primarlos In tho interobt of jlr. Cleveland. Hut the msiiltdld not come 1111 to their expectations, as will be seen from tho llgurcs. Thp total vote polled was R81. Of thU numbor tho regulars polled BMH. nnd the lounp Men's Cloveland Association polled ol tosetlier 3tW. L k JOnN DOE AND JANE SMITH. tso of rimn rnisoNrcns xx tub JKFFJCnSUX MAtlKKT COVIIT. The meal ot Capt. MeLnashll' Hint In I he Tdtrloln-Arrt Wo Novlto Home nnd Almost All ITero nithired Tn Proprletora Held for Examination. One hundred and fifty rrlsonors. captured late on Saturday night in he raids made by Capt MoLaughlin of the Tonderloln precinct and by tho Morcor street police on a dozon disorderly housos. wero tnkon to tho Jefferson Mnrkot Follco Court early yestorday morning In cabs, horso cars, and on foot. Moro thnn throo-fourths woro women, many stylishly drossed in tnllor-mado gowns, with no tracos of powder and choap jowelry. Thoro woro a few young girls. It was a Sunday morning parade from iho West Thlrtloth street station that ottractod at tention all tho way down Sixth and Seventh nvonuos. Tho womon who had tho monoy woro pormlttod to tako cabs. Thoso who woro nrrosted as proprietors of thoso houses and a fow of tho bottor drcssod Inmatos wont to court In thnt way. and nt 10 o'clock thoro were a scoro of eab3 standing around the building. As onch rolled up its occupants woro jcorod by a crowd of fully 200 mon. who had found It lmposslbto to got Into tho court room. It was nt nn hour whon many womon nnd children woro passing on tholr way to churoh. As tho two procosslons mot tho ohurchgoers raised tholr skirts from tho sidewalk and hurried on. Somo of thom with children crossed tho street. Among tho mon wero a numbor of John Does who wero woll drossed nnd wero not on tho lookout for acquaintances nleng tho ave nue. Tlio rnlds wcio mndo Bimultnnoously nt 11 :.')0 o'clock, and (ho prisoners wero heavy eyed and sleepy. '1 hero had boon no chance to slocp In tho station house. 'Iho women snug a song bacd on " T11-1 a-ia. hoom-do-ny." eoleliriiting tlio nilienttires of tlio Hev. Dr. l'lirkhurst, who had found a "gay company" nt 1 M-lliI West Thlrty-IIrst street, ono of tho houses rnldod. The men didn't do nny sing ing. There was n German grocer who did a Utile to choor them up. He told them nil about his mothr-in-Inw. Then hoaskod tho doorman what his mnthor-In-lnw would 6ny. and If ho would better send to her for unit Tlio grocer was in the pnrlor of LII711 Pros pers houso nt 111 West Thirty-llrst street when half u dozen men in plain clothes en tored It. "W-w-whnt Is Ibis?" ho stammered, as a policeman laid his hand on his shoulder. " You'ro ptillod. old man." was tho answer, and when ho mw the pollcomnn's shiold ho minted. When bo got (o tho station house tho grocor sworo that ho had just gono In to tako an order for somo groceries, nnd ho had a inodier-iii-lnw. and what would sho sayV Ho received nn assorted lot of advlco from his companions In tho cell, and concluded not to apply to hi" mothor-in-law for boll. It was 10 o'clock botoro all (ho prisoners ronched (ho court. Tho benches wero lllled with their friends nnd with many men nnd women, who pushod nnd scrnmbled for seats. Justice Orady ordered the court room to bo clcarod several tlnms, and llnnlly tho doors were closed nnd only thoso pooplewno hnd buslnobs with tho court wero pormlKed to enter. This included a dozen colored maids, who wore there to got bail for tholr miBfrebses, If it should bo necessary, and fully 11 hundred womon In cay summer clothes. Cnpt Mc Lnughlln w.ih in court to toll what ho knew about onch woman who was ehnrgodwith bo lngn proprietor of a dlsordorlv house. The prisoners' pen Is on tho right of tho com t room and is dlvidod Into (wo largo com partments, ono for men and tho othor for "in dies." in tho words of tho doorman. Tho women woro packed In as closely asthey could stand. Thoy wero all amluus to mnkc a good appearance boforo Justice Grady, and thoro wero loud calls for a mirror. This is a luxurv not included In tho furniture of (ho pon. and ns the next best tiling they arranged ono an other's hair nnd powdored one anothor's faces on the rcolprocllv plan. Ono very fat woman camo Into tho court room nftorthis toilot wl(h so much powder on horfneo thntsho looked llko a clown. Thero woro sevornl nttomp(s at "Ta-ra-ra. Uoom-do-ay" music, hut (ho door man discouraged It Lawyer McClellnnd nnd Louis Allen of Howo & Hummol's ofllco ap nenrod for (he women. Thero woro a fow mon who felt peevish nnd wero glad that tho pollco had not examined their card cases. Somo of thom wore recog nizod in court A man dressmaker was ar rested In Elba Prosper's house. Ho said (hat ho had called on business. He wanted to sell (he young womon some drosses. His wlfowas in court nnd henrd his story. A quietly dressed, rospeetablo looking young womnn. lookod very much out of place. For tunately for her it wns Mind.iy morning, or sho could hardly hnio passed ono of tho big dry goods storeB on hor way to cmut without'roc ognltlon. bho has chart?) of 11 department In 0110 of them. M10 went (o (ho theatro on Sat urday night with a joung nrw. and atll'HO o'clock tho police nrrosted (hem In one of tho West Thirty-llrst Biroct houses. She wns ory p.ilowhen brought to court and her hnnds trembled. Whon Justice Gr.idy faid to her. "You may go." without his usual warning that (he next tlmo would mennllneenioiiGison tho Island, sho drew n long breath of relief and los( no (Imo In leaving the court room. Anothor prisoner who was very muchngl (a(od was nbou( -ifi years old. Her hnlrwa nearly white. Her dross wns thnt of a lady, nnd the llttlo jowolrv she woro wns In good taste. The woman In whoso houso she had been nrrostod said that sho knew nothing nbout her. nnd hnd never soon her boforo Sat urday night The whito-hnlied woman looked nt the faces In the court room nnxioi.sly. but poonorecognlzod her. On (ho police records she appeared ns. lane Smith. If Court Ofllcer Foley had not suppirted Iut sho would hnvo fallen to (ho floor whon .lusllco Grndv told her that sbo was dischiiige 1. ,si0 j;ot outside of tho gate and had to sit down on one of tho benches to gain strength enougn to walk. As tho numbor of oich house Mas eilled, Its inmates were brought into Die court room and lined up. it tlio bur with 111 men In tho front row. Justice urndy held tho alleged proprie tor of oich house In 5 1,000 ball for i-Mimlna-don nnd dlbcliarced nil of (lioolhor prisoners, otcept hnlf ailn7en men and nsinnnv women who wero found In hom-cn of thi'woist chara" (er. 'J h" ininntes or threo of I he houses 11 oro nil Trench women. None of thoso could speak Lngllsh. nnd Lnwier King noted 11s Intei pr.'ter. Tho rronh women all smiled nt Ins tlco Orndv whon they wero arraigned, ns If tho whole thing moio u jnk". They woro told that (hey would be sent to tho Island If they wero nrrestod ngnin. Few of the women remem bered In co irt the names thnt (hoy had given nt the station house, and (Ills caused a good deal of confusion. If was 1 o'clock before (heso prlsoiurs bud been dlsposodof und the court room eleired. Theso iiicipiiotnis wore held for examina tion: Maggie Davis of 107 West Third street. Maila Meiner of 114-11U West Thirty first struct, Josephlno Hoso of HHWest Tlilr-ty-llrst stioot, Kllra Prosper of 111 Wost Thlity-flist stroet. Knti) Duncan of 124 West Tlifrty-fliht stioot. May Livingston of l,r4 West Ihlrtv-Hoeond street. Horn Wallers of 10'J ost Tltlrtj-llrst stieet, Louisa Itoehot of lli'J West 'I hlrty-socond slroot, I Izrio Thom Son, ',.ir'- Ny.f.1 Thlily-second sireol. und Julius Cu'sar Miller. acolorod man. who kept the houso ut l'JO Wost Thlrty-llrbt stroot All furnished bull. I rcdortak W llson nnd Louis lloson. proprln tors of tho disorderly houses nt .'14'- Water Bliuctund "J James Htreet. which Capt. Slevln rnldod 011 Saturday night, wem held in WOO for trial nt tho Tombs Court. Tho womon ur restod in thohousos wero discharged. Cigar X.nhrlled llcncalh tbe Wrapper, from Ihr rlMi Mphla llmnl. A Chestnut stroot cigar denlor showed a ro poitpr a curious cigar yosterday. It was a handsomo Havana, with a small holo in tho wrapper about half an Inch from the lighting end. and bplowthls holo. which was about the film of asllverthreo-cont piece, wns 11 tiny red label with one or two Spanish words printed In minute (ypo. "That" snld (ho cigar mm, "1 a Cuban pnlcnt, Hy ibis means a clgnr can bo branded bviinyeMiorlclcnrmukor and with butn very Might lhs of tlmo. The perforation in tlio wrapper, which can bo of any sl7 and shnpe. Is made wit ha sharp stamp; the Libel isplaeod Insldii. nnd tiien, ulien the wrapper Is put on thoclgai, branded, and (ho laool Is entirely secure, there being quite n good deal of it bid den by tho wrappor. It is thought (hat 11 good maiiyof those American cigar mutitifactuiers who have ieaso'1 to bo proud of tholr goods and wish (o prelect them from being copied. will negotiate for tho usu of tho idoa." Henalor Wolcott Trninpli' on Tradition. From the Wttth nylm Frtninj War, Senator Wolcott Is nn Iconnclnst Ho has done a good many things which othor Son ntors never dared do Ila fracturod (he most vonorablnunwrlltenruloof lbo8onn(o by ad dressing tho Chair nnd by moving (o proceed to tho consideration of oxocutivo business be fore ha hnd drawn his flrt chock on the dis bursing ollleor, nnd insovonil oilier ways has established his breezy and renlly popular In dependence. Yesloidny ho broke another idol byapi eurlug In the t-enntu chamLer with his feet eiiens'd In tuii-coloreil shoes. Other fea tures of his apparently comfortable costume woro. 1 ttrlPod shirt and a silken belt. Old Senators who huiv the shor s nnd the shirt and the encircling HUBpendar shook their heads nnd hoped audibly thnt tho example would not be contagious. Their worst fears have, how over, been realized, for to-day SonaiorOruy of Delaware also wears russet shoos, and thoro is no (oiling but that ho may also Indulgo in an outing shirt, und perhaps ovon n sash. Thi 1 opening performuo ot "Kin Ktllko" t to Broad wyTbir hi been postponed from to-night to Tueidajr eight to accustom the sun bands to birtInK tlio spectacular scenery, Tickets (or Vonday wlU be food for Tuesday, and tickets (or Tuesday mar be axcttanf ed tor any other nlfbt but Tuesday, immmimmmmmammammmmwm AMVBRMKSTS. The firm of Proctor A Monsfleld ceased to exttt Batudday. It was organized five years ngotoestablishtho first low prlco combina tion theatre In Boston, and Its objoot has boon nchlovod; butMansflold will rctlro from the business, nnd Proctor will raanngo tho thoa tro. Tho men woro partners ns acrobats years ago. and travelled all over tho world togethor undor tho namo of tho Lovnntlne brothors. In the St Louis varloty theatros liquor and cigars may he purchasod during tho perform ance, as thoy can In tho Bowery and Eighth nventio vaudovlllos In this city. The St. Louts authorities havo for tho first tlmo started a crusade against thoso frco-and-oasys. Last week tho manager of ono ot thom was sen tenced to nine months in Jail. Halt a dozon other proprietors probably will faro likewise. All will oppenL and thoro will bo a long nnd bitter fight: but It Is not without significance. In Minor's Klghth Avenuo variety it fow seasons ago. as nn oxportment smoking was forblddon and drinks wore not sorvod. Tho ntlendanco did not doorcase, nnd tho quality of tho audiences was distinctly be((or, proving (hat tho vaude ville la not necessarily n ennteon. But Its rulo wns rosclndcd before It had boon long In force. Cincinnati's ceaseless acilvlty In theatricals contlnuos to nmiizo speculators nnd onlookers. hen tho town Isn't building now play houses of Its own. Its capital is spoking llko Invest ment elsewhere. Tho Hcnck Company, com posed of Cinclnnatinns, havo purchasod 20.000 stiuaro foot of land in Indianapolis, and on thnt slto Cincinnati monoy will build a hand somo thentro. It will bo called tho Em pire, which scorns to bo a popular thoatro (Itlo theso days. Tim Cronln, who has boon a very droll funmakor In " Untid I," will stop Into tho Into Put Hooney's shoes in tho fall nnd play Jj)rd Itnonei in Pat's old comody of thnt name. Tho Itoonuy daughters will bo in (ho company, nnd the nnmo otlloonoy. therefore, w 111 not bo lost to our stngo for awhile. Cronln was In Daly's company once. Dlxoy will go back (o comic oporn next week, as (ho Aoni channllor In "lolantlio" In ono of tho lloston theatres. It Is clear (now that If Dixoyls not ondowed for comedy, lio bolongs In burlesuuo or comlo opera. In "lolantlio" ho will bo graceful, buoyant, and nrtlstlc No bettor .on! rhnntrlior hns been soon In this country. Jeffreys Lewis hns gono to Europe. It Is settled (hat sho will tako a place nmong noxt season's stais. and sho will mnko a rathor protondous tour, corn lng now scenery, fresh coslumes, nnd (wo new plays. Ldward J. Henley's f 1 lends ngroo that his visit to (ho Kooloy lustltuto wns a heroic step on (lint cnpablo but erratic actor's part Already, (hoy say, ho is confident thnt ho Is on the threshold of a new and bright enrcor. Noll Burgess has eomo back to (ho city, nnd thoro are hints (lint ho may bo seen nt ono of the theatres before long. Ills fall engage ment hero will bo on Proctor's B(nge. tho seeno of his first success. A memory of ear lier ntul loss ngrconhlu days at tho llljou was roilvod in tho 1 inelnnntl courts List week by a suit against Col. Miles, who, with linrtor., for merly miinngod the thoatro. Milos wns sued for S'.imk) unpaid rent, and tho successful plaintiff tried to satisfy judgmont bylovylng on Mlles's Interest in a now then(ro in Clncin nntl. Tho New ork Opera company havo gono to the wall in far nwny Orogon. Mtrnnded singors In that distant region can lnrdly bo oxpected to wnlk home, so In this cuse most ofthounfortunatesmadolholrwny Info the va riety houses nnd (he museumsithereabouts. Mrs. John Drew's benellt in Philadelphia to morrow night will be a momorablo event Tho lead lng actors in the country hai e voluntcored, nnd tho testimonial will ben substantial one, no doubt Piter I'. Dalloy nmdonn exporlmont in comlo opora lnbt weok by appearing In "Goneviovodollrnbinl" in Philadelphia. His versatility was denotod. for, according to tho reviewers, he did well. Lydia Yonmnns-Tltus will forsnko (he vaudovlllns after (his sum mer. She is eugagod for tho new fnrce. "Tho Socioty Knd." Kuto Holla, (ho Wheeling girl who has become a Luronoan prima donna, lias sailed back (o England to continue hor pro fessional engngements. A local scono pnlnter pursues a sensible plan for his summer vuca (ion. In company with another artist ho cruises along tho Delaware in an Indian canoe. Itocks. trocs. foliage, picturesque glimpses ot the 1 Ivor, cloud effects, and tho like, are sketchod from nature as tho painters go along, and thus business joins hnnds with pleasure. JVotrn or the Jlebrnva. Tn tbe performance of Rubinstein's opera of " Moses' two niffbts irilt be occupied and four tablsanx will be piesented each nlcbt. Tho opera covers the career or tbe ancient Hebrew leader and lawglv er from his birth till bis death There will be no lack of subscriptions this year to the Hebrew Sanitarium It Is likely that they will be eo 1 lentirul that the excursions will be scmbweekly ln stead of weekly. The members of the Belletrlstlc Society ot the young Men's Hebrew .Association here hare been for some time engaged In a special study of the trairedy of 'Macbetb." Thejr desire to master the methodology and the philosophy of that tragedy. The Uflirnt Jnumnl nrgues that some of the leading JewUh scholars of tbe world should be engaged as pro fessors In ttie.lewlsb Theological Seminary of this city. so that w ell trained rabbis may be prepared for duty In American sj n.tgngues. Ferera! rabbinical scholars In this country hare been desirous for some time that the Jewish Publication rletj of America should publlph a new edition of tbe accepted .left Ish version ot the Bible, with certain cor rections of the text. The Jfnih 7ii'4 mskes the humorous proposition that Jen esses should hare a show as preaihars In the synagogues There Is a rabbi In this city r, no does not kn w whether to get angry or to smile at the sugges tion. "The CrurWlon from a Jewish Standpoint" Is the title of a lecture by Pr. Illrsch that has been put In print. The theme Is of nbldlng Interest to both .tows and chrMIn!!, and is ofuii duelt upon nouadnjsby Jen tub. rabbit and writers There wns a iiuitpud6 of Pollh Jewls'i spectators of It e ceremony nf lailngthe cornerstone of the new f)n igoguo built In Korfyth street for the conzref ttlun Kol Israel Aimhl 1'oltnd. The appearance nf the pople wns lery pecullir to onloo'.crs tinfnml'lir with Iheiu. Ccrtiln pro nsals for the revision of the Jewish rltuvl hae been tnlen Into consideration at n rabbine al con. ference In J ngtanrt. under tho President of t'ie Chief Itsbbl. Mali) American rabbis fa) or the ituiugesthat arc ileslred by the I ngllsli rmblonists The editor of ilipr,liiild it sajs he would like to se nJewlsh pnrnass who Is 11 it a crillc of the rabbi's sermon, or a Jew isb shatt'heii w'10 knonsof nny fault In the wnrtsbe oilers for la ', or a .lew IMi merchant who woullul go mechulla if It were not lorliisdW count lu binW. There Is no prospect of the erection In Washington of A grand Jewish place of worship like the Temple of Sol omon In Jerusalem, Vet President King of the WakIi Ington Hebrew Congregation sajs thlt he wntill like to see the lews of the United btn'e raise n worthy re. Uglous odlflco lu the nation s capital. In the ranks of the Jewish sisterhoods that are at tached to many of the sinngognes of this city there Is constant activity. There are Ml 1 hlUren In tho kin dergarten of the bhawart I'hesed blslerho d. which olio gives money to the needy, pro) Ides dot tors fr r the sick, nnd distributes groceries, clothing, and household furniture, .Tho Board of Trustees of Temple rinnun H lias rec omiueuded that. In the emit of the death of nny mem ber of the congregation, the funeral certmoiilesshull be lu the temple According to Jewish law, It Is not absolute!; necessary that the marriage ccruuony bo performed by a rabbi The Ur'ntii-; sim lir.f asserts that several of the Jewish literary societies tf this city are fake organisations, got up by tricksters to piomoie their ambitious de signs There are lllerarj fakirs who like to display the plumes ot oniie aud obtain titles of which they are nn worth). Itnbbl (luttman does not heller In tho coming of a Messiah tn restore the Jew ish kingdom. He sa) si " We, the Iteformed Jews, have long sines glien up this fan ciful, childish belief. We do mt wish to go back to Palestine nnd again form a nation of our own. VVa lot 0 the country wherein we live nnd the city wherein wo dwell. My Palestine Is America, nnd my Jerusalem is h) rat use. Wo do not expect a personal Messiah, but we do hope that a Messianic time will come when tho klngiUm of (Sod win ba established, not merely In Jrrua-ileni, but the worll over. In referring to orthodox Jewish customs, K, Beau lieu, In one of his essays In tho Mrsi .. An Jm,m, speaks thusi "The orthodox Israelite Is compelled lo keep B13 commandments, soo positive, an I 81II nega. tlio. Most ot them concern the purification of garment, meals, an the body Salomon Maliuon, the ijnlcal philosophical rabbi, says a Jew can neither eat, mink, sleep, wash, nor satlsry the demunds of nature without obsenlng numerous laws. The pious Jew lives In a constant and perpetual fear of contami nating himself. Itsnmces that an unclean person or object comes In contact with victuals, linens, seats, or furniture to make It unclean," nubbt Outtman of Byracuso, K.T., has preached a sermon In which he said i " We Jews hold that all good men and women of every religion! belief will Inherit eternal happiness. If riirlstlans and Jews w ould search both the icstamentswltli critical eyo and Impartial mind, drop the legends therein and hoi 1 rat lie esten tlals, they win fld ,b4t tho esssiue of Christianity Is the cssenee of Judaism, thvt Christian mora'lt) an I Jewish morolit) are ldeulical, and that there is sum dent material to conslruot a platform upou which all croeds and all denominations can meet together and work together for the good of humanity. Tho Jews gavo to the world the purest conception of Ood, t'jo Bible, tho Psalms, the Ton Commandments, and the highest morality. The Jews hare outlived the Kgyp ttans, Babylonians, Greeks, and Romans. The Jews havo produced men like Moses, Samuel, David. Isaiah, IlllleL Jesus, Splnoxa, and Mendelssohn. Wo hare no drunkards, no wubattnf husbands, and no dlvorco machlns, w take, cart of our poTsrtystrtcken co raUfionUtt u wall u ws can." , SMOKED FOR OVER TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. ,cBji Blackwell's- SliSl -u Durham AOmyGL Smokine: Sgii Tobacco Has been popular with smokers everywhere for over twenty-five years. , It is Just as Good Now as Ever. Its FLAVOR, Fragrance and Purity have contributed largely to the ( growing popularity which pipe smoking enjoys. Pipe smoking is growing in favor because finer, sweeter and better tobacco n be had in this form and at much less cost than in cigars. BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., DURHAM. lC. TUET THINK VAIIEV IS A 11AO MAX. lie FrtKhtened Two Girls In Ihr Htreet nnd Hnd to be Thrown Out ofss Home, Joseph XI. Cnroy'o pliotocranli Is not In tho Hocuos' Onllery. nntl tho riolleo of tlio Wost Twontloth stroot stntlon nro unnblo to find out ntiytliltiu about him. but thoy aro suro that ho is n bad man. Two clrls, morabors of tho sraduntlnz cIjisr of St Mary's Bchool. rnot Cnroy In West Twonty-thlrd street nt 8 o'clock Saturday ovonlnR. Ho wns n viell-dressod, cood-look-lne man, nnd as ho passed tlioui ho lifted his hat. Tho girls supposed ho was somo ono thoy know, and thoy turnnd to look at him. Carey hnd stopped, nnd when ho nnwthem looklnc ho wnlked townrd them. Then tho girls saw thnt ho wns n Ftinnsor nnd they walked rnpidly down tlio Btreet. Cnroy over took thora and they repulsod him. Tho streot was lllled with people, and ho droppod behind and contented himself with followlnctho vouiir womon, who wero by this tlmovory much frluhtoned. Ono of thom is a cranddnuchter of Mrs. I.oo. who lives nt ,'125 Wost Nineteenth street, nnd both clrls hurrlod to this house. Cnroy followod so closely that thoy were obliged to run tho Inst block in ortlor to osonpo him. He reiichi'd tho door Ut behind them. Tto house looks llko a hiindsomn prlvnto resl denco. but insldo It is nrrnncod ns nn npart tnent houso. When tho door wns openud tho vounc womon run up etnirs. Cnroy wns do Inyud n moment nt tho door, nnd whon ho cot into tho linll. ho i-ald 'o tho sonant: "Whero lstlmt tail clrl I mint to seo her." Without ivnitlne for nn answer lio ran dmvn totho bnsoment. nnd viheu ho returned Mrs. I.oo vvns in tho hall. Ilouskodhorfor tho "tnll i;lrl." Mrs. Leo naked him viho hovius. nnd Cnrevsnld: "Tli it's my business. I havo a rlcht to bo hore. I 11m nn ncent of tho society." Ho didn't stop to discuss tho matter, but ran up to the top lloor. Mr. MorrK who hns rooms tliere. stopped Into tho linll to meet him. "Who Is in charge of tills houso?" de manded Carey. "I want to seo tho tall ijlrl." "nu hnvo mmlo n mlstnko." snld Mr. Morris, "nnd you must itet out." "I won't cot out." replied Cnrnv, "and I hnvo a forrect rlcht to bo here. Um nn iiucnt of Ur. 'irkhurst's society, nnd I hum evidenco enouch ngninsl this house to hnvo It pulled " Several of tlm women vi ho live In the houso henrd the nllercntion. nnd it enused n small panic. Caroy vias abusivonml musculnr. Mr. Fred t.oc. chief clerk of tho Mvtnriu Hotel, who lives In thlshuu.so, camo up to tho nsblst nnco of Mr. Morris. Mr. I.eo is nn ntlileto, nnd when Cnroy saw him he fetched diiilikeniii'ss. l..'e dr.icji'd Cnroy down stnirs nnd threw him out of tho house. Tho dlsturb.inuo hid attracted somo nttentlon in tho street. Mr. 1 l.immer. viho llvos tit IKIli. asked Carer what he was doiua there. ".Vrovou tlio bouncor for this house?" nsked Cnrey. "If vou tne. you can llx it with me. and I won't pull it. I 11 in nn iit;"nt of Dr. 1'nrK hurst's society, and I linio nil tho ovidenco thnt I want." ,, , ,, , , Wind Detectlio Jumps Madden linrpenou nlonc just then and he took Uirey to thu rtn tlnn hniiM'. Cnrev Is a mulatto, hut tlm only indication of his inco is his hnlr. Ho hnd an enveltipo In his pocket ml-dro-seil to .losi pli XL Carey, loll West Twenty-ninth Miect A type-wiltten en en roods I'irctilur ollenncti) ull fl.Otl) norlh nf cood stuff for S'.'Uti wns found In ono of his pockets. Itlmd nouililre-siind wis unsigned. There wns nl'n 11 colored valentine in this rocket rerro-entlnc n piisonor behind the bars, nnd underneath It was this warnlnc: "If vou don t mend yourwajs thin is whero you will bo." , The two sounc women Cnroy followed were 111 hnturdny as tho rtsult of tholr experience. The iefusc'1 to co to court to mil.o a com plaint ncainst him bocauso thev drendml tlm uotorleti. One Is to be married n shoit tlmo nfter lier (,'r.idiintlon. Ivtctlvo Mmlden took Carey to the .ielTerson M.uket Police Couit yesterday nnd Justlcj Grady put hiiu under f.'UU bonds. The Nut lllnlmp' rirnt I'ontlQeal Ma Uishop McDonnell coiobrnted yestordny his llrst poutlflral mass in lirookin In St James's Cutl1edr.1l in Jay street. lio was assisted bv tlio ltov. Dr. Josoph I'. O'Coimell of the fliurch of St. Mnry Stnr of thoSenas nsslstnnt ptiesr. the llov. Thoinat Tnafo of ht. I'.itiick'-. mid the I!ev. Mm tin Carroll of M. lneont do Paul ns dencousoj honor, 1 nllier Md'arron dencD'i of tlio mass, I'lithei I'lirrell, hUb-do.icnii, mil 1'niln r llros nau, muster of ceremonies. '1 hn l!ev, William O'llrlcii Pardon, :. J., rector of St. Trancis Xnvier's ( ollece. this city, preached. Ne.vt Saturil.ii mornlni; Jllshop McDonnell will perform his llrst ordlnitlon 6eriice. Twenty Ilrooklyn semiiiarians will recoivo orders in ht. James's Cnthodial. Ono of tliem villi bo mndo 11 prii st. COPY RECEIVED UNTIL 11 P. M. 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TOWN OP UNION, N. .. BEROEN LINK AVE, 220, JOUN UUdT. PATCBOOU1!, U I. , U, B. TAMDUiEX. QEKABD BUILD1K0L Till. lit lATIir.lt MAKtB SPEECHES, And the Oerrr Society ivlll KrlleTe the Nrltliliors r the Clilldren'a Citrr. cent Klnc of tho Oorry socioty found throo small clilldroii. hunsry and Ill-clad, standlnn nt Sovonty-thlrd slroot nnd l'lrst nvonuo on Saturday nlsht They wero Frnnk, Clmrlos, and Joseph I.uyrlcky. orciI 0. 7, nnd 3 yenrs. Their father Is n Uohomlnn Socialist, a baker, n ho wont out on a strlko nbout four montlm neo. Sinco that time ho hns boon dollverlnij nddrosses. Ho lived nt -IHO T-nst Hovonty fourth htroct, nnd was dispossessed two woeks iil'ii. Ho sold tho furniture mid desertod the elilldren, viho hnvo been tnkon euro of by the nelshbnrs. Attho orkville Court yestordny the children wero sent to tho.Tuvonllu Asylum, 'iho tut!, or is said (o bo In IlridKcport. Conn. onr way to save tivii: WITHOUT VDllITIONAI. cos r. TOU VI VV I.KAVB votm AUVl:itTI!Si:UK.NT ABIRRICAN lll.STIcil'T SIKHSKNOr.il Oilier, Kin nnr list nr Au vrtmlnir Aucnclti 70a ilo not t n 1 1111c convenient. Alor.M) WOMAN uiinteit ho poRsepeB fAlr buil ni'.B qtnlltkntinns nnl iinkfi Kood Urrman and ) lurllnn. A'plj nt .'Ul 1 mt llllli nt. BnoK'iiiNPnts ZTKtnerlcncfil frlrl ntraton ca Mil) Hi !.- Iiik Machino lrantcj nt A. Kl.l'.l) & CO.'d, rjtn'lurr) st.. 1'hlljiJi.Iplil-i, 1'a. BOOK STITCHERS. i:vprlonre3 hand tltcheri -n iintr.I I'EMtUNh A CO, 27 nnm t. DltrsslUICnn HANTS COMPETLNT waUt banill; uluu nlii rentiers MrH.J DARVtSTADT. 201 Eait 3th it. DKsSMAKIts uantiil. experienceil binds only .frill-in preferred. 2.V) tait lldtli it; 1" VM'i KlLNri li i .OLD LAVERS Wnnted J J A VUls II EN N I.sev. 7a')-741 Broadway. EVI'Fltll.NCI OP1 nATOU3on clilldreiir gingham BUltii JOW I at,l llHUIl m EvrillinNcni) operatom on ladle' underirear and Uiitiiw in. Apply all week, il. II . Ill Llnpenanl it, 'Mlil,DHts-IIANI) toLDLIt-J (Intnl. steady work at V) oiell' (ufnril Pliidi rj. 14.' Wurtlist Gilt I S tn wort, at the photograph Dullness; S3 a week to co.ntr.ence w lib HILL I1R08 . r,27 West 21t St. HAIItWORKblt wanted; a good Tentllator and weaver, steady work. Apply at lUJ.N0Tr; 27 Union Eqaare. IN and OLTDOnit operators on ladles' waists; food prices i aid, steadx work. 11 OI.K.sTEIN. 121 Eonth 6th T. OITIMTOIts-lVH.I.I OX .ttJIIUIH. ON I.IIIKv WIIITK SUITH AND WKAI'. t-EWi. tVIMHTMA-V A CO., 1IH4 HIIEEXE HT. Ori.l'.ATOns HaNTI lion silk vals'ts: uteam power, ""il pn. SU.l nrK Al plj NEW V ORK NOV" 1 I Tl I'll. Js .10 lleiit lloi s'on st PlI'LIt lioxl.s VVliineT. experienced girls on small g uu wurlk, ali some tn take work. home. Apply-to LOUIS IIAIHII. mil av. and 2r.lh st SILK WINDERS, Experienced hands only wanted. Apply In atvre MOEI LfR 4 I ITTAUI R. 100 Mereerst. SAMPLE CARPS ANI)"FANi:V CASES -Experienced lintidv Hnd stea ly v nrk. AC Mil V1FO. CO , 4 East 20lh St. WVNTI.D Vnung wniuan about 2i. with mm ex perience as salc.woiniin. intut speak good (.fr imn and 1 nglt.h Aiplj, pernonatly. at 10H ad av, WVNTKD-.strnng rhulr rinlnif girls: stevdy work or goo lh ind lloi i.t 4th t.. second lloor. rear. WANTLD1 xpirleieed girls nn Clirlstmas cards at II Ull.llEMII.IVILK'o. Slllcekmanst. oinrjitk rvvmttjs "Wanted. COOK llante'L gool cook, washer, and Ironer: SIS; prlint boarding houso. 1411 llett 2Ja st ; ring I a. i mi III bell Cool. i,u.i 1, reliable girl to coot, ash. and Ironi gi ntl-men. lodging houee. 24 11 e-t .l-'d i-t COOK l.oot girl as cool, and liiundrts., family tl a Julia, reference 301 Wist 12th t. nol'SI.UOltK (leneral housiwork. a (lerninn or sueli-h Miiinan: niurt be ne n nrd tld) Apply Mrs 111 onMI II LP, JII7 .Manhatlnii m.. near llllih H. Ulll s WORK. Ilirl Hantel for general hou.vuork Inlbit, must be good plain coik and lainlresa; nleniiiis Mrs .llV.Nh tilllent loldst. HllLsl l(llli; IV anted, coinpetint girl for general housework; family of nin adiiltfi, refircmeA re-iiiur- 1 COI'LIi. UU llr.tl'id st. ndl'.sHlonK Protestant woman for keni ral rouse wirk lu bat, ftmlly of three App berore 1.', RMI). ljiivie.t lKltlist HtH'sFlUlitl. Vlanled, nvoung g,rl iniw-nt with houset'ork, one sliu tan sb ep nt home rt lerre 1 ORAV, Jl8 Vital IK that HOI 15FMORK Wanted, young girl for general tiouienork in family of tlm e $M EARI.Il:. .12SWen2Itst UOI M.MOIUC llnntid. "u s rong klrl fui gmual liou.ework, (leruiau preferred It I'l.ARSON 2!2l'thav HOl'sI.ll oltl.'. Wanted, girl for gencril l.ou.twork, plain cook.ug, wa.hlug mid Ironing Mrs UNLAY. Illn West l'lll t. HOI hFWORK Voutig colored unman far geniral limihevvork inii.t be good laundress; slit-p hoiue t all. 'UP llif.'7thet Hoi sMWHth llantel a girl to do generaPboi'i'" work, must sleep at borne. IllCKhlON, .U2lle.t Mlt'l St. Hot shllOIUC. Respei table girl loilo griieraThnii.e" iMirn in siimll f.itnll), t all from I) to J, '.fjlli't l.'lhst II (it -! IKH'.K dlrl tor k'neral hou.eunrk f nt I rook, "usher, und Ironer; my or cuuiitri. -' Vlet JIlllBl Irnl ..1 illik Hunted, oiing ijeruiHii girl tn'.i 1 KUiiral Housework, I all at 10 A M . U IU.I UUtl tr et Hi I'sl UOHh Voung tin for luiii ho i mork In lilliiruiult). IIVMI'TON. 2.' I VV hi Id-.tli i.l. nlll hi I'LI.ANINll ll.imel n w. man iim! In an (lliiulng. Call Vlrt .slllTII !'l. lle.tl"! li l HOL'sl'.WOKK linoil ilrlfu- gen.rn li n e oik III small prlt ale rid inly gool limni' i-'i I ' ' H ilOl'MAVOIlK took, n.i.h an I iiii fH wi.Hr, I !.' country I IIM 4H its .n S II HUSH (r ( rniMM gnl "ini .I in i i'I l i r 'nn fninl'l tor geniril l"'ii"'irll ' 'k i-l in I in n mint In able iiilir-usli lu.t .t r.ni"i . n nil In.l einp'i,)tr, Ailln.-i nr i il 'Is f i. I 1'" 'ti. I.o erri, l evr V "Um r. IirANTI.II-I isi I '-iiailir ul". ili.tn i.'ei, one l iinlersiiiudiiig mlir tiw.mg I'1 I ult.m (I, lllniulUI Hrl.l Nl llsl s nl l'r e i-l .rri nil" i in UM I iltu W all ) a) m ng n v.- " i'i " -'" --"ill t. " "JVaiited 3U;leo illrc'i.usi: J. ir. A I, null t V UlAi. ! . . ip in r nihort ills, tmcoilitli" lUlilr l i i' P's! i.l llouitollst, IJIIOMllMil I .s siai - ' "I lu'ellii. In; li pi.rlant liu.iut ' ' n"ii-f. o'lluik. 70 1 a.t 4th t. IJIUss Mul i.Hl '. "ii '"' i-"1' "ork, only uperl" 13i,i..lu...i...l..m. UU' ,:,,, lj:?rk pl, TjOl nante I. nil" "I'll- rl ' I lit rimfllilf nnd liforiiiiouakiiig i" rn trnl. (4.ille.(r.bUt (ll)KIIIMU R -"I" "m'l " ll.r;,',"!i'!,,,".''-".l"V 4 fi,g H s Alll Hl.lt. r.l lrkst. CIRRI i' I "' ' " "" .'""'si reialrs. steady ",rk i r i nl I'" I'"1' ',llnl, l "I'hng to make lilmsrli J in r 'i.etui in .i.ia'i ! o;i. Address, with ,-., mar. 'l'',"1if ;;,"'; t ;;, nx Un, Hun omc. j .pi i ..." ' nl'llhl. i s liiiatist in ir Pe h vlb ai , Ilrooklyn I fine i ) litre I., 'on press. Address p. o. J' I. s I i. s 1 s 1 1 i ii I . must bo n resident of li 'I i n '. , i' i it I i ,1 i iim uri l I Hlultonst llroo'l)ii, -l 1 ,11 bund 1.. l i .in I tl l I LI Mvl.TT. U.7 West 41st t Jar l.-1 --llol.il -lIuurMdii nulel at onee Annlv S (..-llrst class m.ii piimlrr unuted, aUo'iouitg in hi for sliding. utting in, Ac j iieruiaiioiu pu.l inn IPI'IJ nraddrin -i liseyst, ' SI.V I.IiiHT MAKERS and helpers wanted' HILTON" bth ar. theatre, corner Proadwayand sptb st, SfiiNhCi;TTER.S wanted at Newark. K. J.; s hours ssr day. Apply at any of the yards. ' ' 9 S VrLnSSSSHiS-g it4 "4W" " u 9a" TIME WITHOUT AIllltTIONAL COHT, TOO MAY LEAVH TOUR Anvi:itTiMi:nr;.T at an AMritlCAN niHTKIC'T, MKHNKNOKS omce, If In onr Hit of Advertising Agencies yoa do not And one convenient, WANTED Four carpenters, young men tirsferredi' those who have worked at It twonr three resrsi state what wages expected. Address Lock Boi 434. Heliport. Long Island. WA.NTFP Competent adrertlalnr arent, Addresi THE .NEWARK MANUFACTUfltft. A"M 1.018 I'rndentlal building, Newark. N.J, WANTM) Tun rarrlage painters to go to Lnnj Itraneh. For Information, call at JOUS A. uik FORD H, 14 Murray st.. 12 o'clock Mondvy. " W" AilON llLACKSMfTII on Jobbing, and youngtnnn a. Improver. Anderson av. and Orchard st. Hivh Bridge; "" WANTLD Painter and striper on truck and wagon work. 01 Thompson st. H y AN TED Wagon painter. 23a Eldrldge st. " ynntcfl fflalw SiUgeellrmeoug. A Bid nAROAIN'R 20 second hand suits, 11, tto suits, s; $40 suits, $10, open every day In the year 2011 Vlatbush av , Urookl) 11. A MAN wanted on salary, about no years oil, who understands collecting In tlio city, or one who can learn quickly. Apply personally at 201 Last ltttti st. AdENTB $3 tn $7 dally: experience uuiiecesiafrT exclusive terrltori. ' PUTNAM A CO.. retfumers. West Wlnsted. Conn. RTRON'd NOV to rarry out s-nodsi"" must" hrliii" recommendation. Inqulro at IMI. UERU.MANN tC Cortlaudt si. ""(!!.NTS-r. dally: see needle-thnraTdlng thlmblei JX greatest novelty on earth. 7 H irren st., room .11. IF OU"AR"K FEEKIVO KMPlnVVIFNT"oirwlsh"-to make; a change call at the old established and rella. ble New lork Agency: positions of even else, qui, Kir procured: new orders every mall; Information rreo. 7f0 Ilroadway, corner Hlh si, MEN wanted on cattle ste-imera to Lon Ion, LlverT pool, and Glasgow to work Tor trie passtge. 04 Hreenwlcn st I JtiHITIONH guaranteed: we arc continustiv r. celvintr orders for nil classes of 1111I0 help, lr louiireout ol einploment call, Ml.TROl'OI.ITAN AOENCV. 71 Rrovlwar Rrooklya SALARIED POSITION Tor nn energetic linn, about (.T possessing fair hustle S quallllcntl.iiis. anl will nj toworkfor proinollon; will bosieciall liistrurte I m our buslliesa. Apply personally at 201 Eait lillb st STENOdllAPIIERS, liooltkeepers. tevcliers. and sales" men desiring positions In Texiis nra tin Hi ,1 to 1, b dnss THE TEVAS llUhl.NI.Hs UL'RK VI', J 11. Ila llia'L tlanngcr. Dallas. Ttx. WE OPITTr AOKNTS big moner. In e-tclti'.iietevb lory: ournetvpHtent sares si lint sight In clt) or cnuntrj : new agents nrst In ili'ld alIuiIIj getting ri hi one agent In one day cleared 5sit; so can join cataloguo freo. ALPINE SUE CO. 3(U-171 c'lirk st., Cincinnati, (L WANTED I.vdles or young men to take light, pleas" nut work nt their ns n borne; SI to I II j er dat vtt be quietly made; work sent bv mall, no canvH.eliig, or particulars n Idles "IILOIIE MH1. CO , box fi ,1.11. no'ton, Mass." LHbllshed IHsu WANTED. AULNTS Hum llsue repairs clothing bettiT than needle and thread, s Iks, wm lieu. mackintosh glnles. umbrellas; sample nrd. 10,' , 13 lards, U5c, byinail. t, KTA VNER ACQ ,Provldcnce,JC, I WANTI D A man atiout .10 of licit npj earn lice, wit"" some knowledge or retail bit.lniss, for a pernni. nent salaried position: energc and tact requlrtd. Ap ply 1 ersonxll) at 201 li 1st luth st I Cr RAILROID LAPOREIiS-Vew road. New Vork XtLlvr .state. SI JG per day, fare ndtnncrd, start Moo da), June 0,U 1. M. MAYER A COI'I'OCK, 16 Greenwich it. .Situations Wanted -females!. 6c. Per Line. W HOK1IS TO Till! I.I.NH. ARERPECTAI1LE young girl as chambermaid and waitress In a prltnto txiutly; good clt) reference! ring HOLLO 'S bill, 208 ll.UOtllst. Call for 2 days. ARESPECTAnLEOIRLasTiurse to baby or growing children' good sewer, willing nnd obliging, prenenl employer can be seen. li. R. 7i4 Hth av. A- "mERICAN riioTESTAN-FivilloTv', good address, fully quallfled to take charge nf u blower's home. Mrs. CIllVEI.L. 1 041 Part av. AYOUNO (IIRL wishes a situation at clumbermai 1 and waitress; good city references, l.'l Ea.t CI it st. ItEsrECTARLE WIDOW wishes place as lanltreia, with references lira KKUMM. 1.637 Av, A. COLORED (IIRL wants place as nurse chambermaldT or housework, small family. Janltress, UO llesi U8th si. I-VREVCH PERSON, who speaka I ngllsh. wants a sltn atlou as kitchen lnald In private rauillv; good refer ences. M. D. 14J M ell 25th t. GERMAN (IIRL for cook; prltate hotel or boardlnf house; clt) or country. ICO 11 est 2Sth st. GOOD and reliable girls tn (HI anr position. Inqult at Mrs. CillElTZsCII'S, 1.2(1.1 31 av. not'hEWORKLIC Near, willing German, good cook, laundress or genorni bouseworker. city refer ences: no objection to country or summer noteL 110 Past 12th st . near411i a r. Hol'.sEWORK. Ilya capaole Hwedlsh girl: good cook and lxundress, willing, sober, and honest; oltjr or country. Call at 272 (itli ar . near 17th st . up stairs. nOLSEWORK.-Ilr a lately landed Swedish glrlj agea$10 Call, no cards, 40d 3d av.; ring once. JiNITRESs wishes a flat orprliatelioaseto takeoirj of. P.. 40J Weil 13th st, LADY AND DAUHIITER would furnish exceptionally retlnel parlor entertainments for guests at tlrst cluss resorts at reasonable cotnpcnsxtlon; iralued voices, with piano or guitar accompaniment, efllclent, prnctlcal educated: unquestionable references. Ad dress bo020, ludlvest 42dst , New Vork city. MIDDLE tbhli IV OVIAN todogenernl housework In a tatnily; city or countr) , home more object than wages, best ref, rencee. 272 t til av. Most RhLIAllI.E and respectable girls to till anr position to be had. at tho birvunts' Agency. 1,1127 Third nv corner 10'lth st MAINE CTRL wants nursery work or plain bonse- work or watting, inodentte wages 61) llcst'Jli-tBt. STRONO (iTlTL Iate"ly""landed. w lshes"dtuatToir In priinlo fatnll) as nurso glri or work fur small family; willing 10 learn. 10I.EV, 204 llest RO1I1 st SCOTCH WOM V.N. i jamtren for in ap trtment boieel no lamlly. Address VI. V.ACKI.N.lL. 2,il Hlh ni.- Tll'KHlllTI. It. Salary lio" object I II. (Jl'AIIi. 40 South St. YOL'NO (IIRL wants sltmitlon tito up stafrs wirk and take care or children; vnnl.ldo light hotii. work: In the countr preft-rred Can be seen ut present employer s bouse. 307 underbill ni., llrooklvn ,i?itiion5 Vnuieit ittale'S. 5c. Per Line. w ivoiiii'- ti 'j'nn i.inh. AN AMERICAN not afraldif work, with gnodbtisl 111 ss abllil). dLSlres poslllon 111 bolesaln lio ise as pjckcr, shipping 1 lerk, or general work A.I. In -s II V.. Ins Division at . llriokl)ii. L. I) AYOI'Ml COLnllED MAN wl-bis pjsl.luut.7TulT elt-lator; refereuco Address A K, 1211 West 27th St. AMU Nli MAItllll D MAN woill.lh.c l 0 Hon ror i'ti riiunns A. IV. J , box 10J. Sun u,itoii oitlot, 1 -'.. Illoodway A -Ml HIUAI.Hrl'Dl'NTwniil I like nlgiit liuriiigXi J dress II S 1IAII.I V. I 14 I-list .Olh St. riuilKM LPI.R Voung limn. ll.ir.,iigir-b.iokkeepe7 Diiul a. c. lint mt, und. r t u.'U inminW.lou mill 1 roki r'ige business, highest ril retires rroin runner etui I)its: silury iroliinle A D. .llul.ist lllliust, BiiukKl.ri'l It iliiiblHoiitry. go. I nconiiilant, mtiT . xn II. lit clt) ref.rell.'es 1,1 IreM p Hltlnn; InoKr nte.ai.iri Idlrisi UOOKKEEI'Llt cure D J. Co tcr 7 It r . ilw tv Ili'tlklUNIH-It t situation VMtliled by a Job blank I (..ni. llni-her stiady worLiranl irlelly temper-lie. In.1, is not. tn ink. 1 hitrge of a simtll bin lery. Ad Iresa nl in.1,1. 11,1. box I e.',. Mm ollli e (null DsIToit Jobbtr: all ar.niiil liaml,- fumtliar stoii" mil tatulogue wo.k. A lilress .liiltlil.lt. box llH, si Illlll'l.) liMiINi I l, niarrted, no children, wants sIluoTion J J J initoror eiiglmer: best of nlirrnr ., 4teirs In iiislplai. illriss KNtllNI.Elt box 1J4 cuuuietnwu 01 li ii 1 .'1 rt Pro idva). (Knl'i gi neral photogriplier, sp.nks (lermnu only, M leslre. iio.ltiuii us printer and g.iwr.l o.-lstant; '. lJi!t!SS' ""'". I I LIlM V (..' Alb 11 st IvMHiil, Mlih llrst c ussi'lty r.li reue. desiris poib ti.iii ill nlllee btilldlug or Hat luolerat. wages Ad mi". J VNITolt,inro 1). JCntter. 70 ilrinlway. I KU,-0VIIN!',R, papnihanger, ilrsi t'ass w.rk.good! un 1 chtap, orders promptl) .iii.nl. 1 1 BI!il MAN. 1 1122 lav. J'linl P. AND PVCKI It.-Uoo Tin 111 11 nr.ii.nt reiunnc s, ilesiris polii.m um -l.t .'il i.er. inol I erito wages Ad Inss I'Ol'.ri'.R AND Pl I.l I., cure of Cotur, 7r.il Uu alwnv. iJROOF UEVDLR Espenenei.l all round man de sires change, iieriii-itK.il), fjo, st.iie 1 hiraiur 1 f work Noir (l. 1'AKL. box 1,1, tjn blumli 1 II co, 2 0SlB.lal. J)VCIvLII, sblpper, nil 1 1 1 r I Xi. r enee I ruing tiiun, speak. lierman, w uiu pi, .11 ,11 o i-. kind) I rst cI.ua rerereu.'es 1 Ilj'l 'litii .1 l.-i. U r( i"")ll'EllllA.N'iilNG, kalsuiiiiuliig, Ac, I! l..irf al Ium prin . Painter, 07 lie iciib ai nn. un. PLaTv AMl'l Itr.sl 11 Pll',11 11 jupir lail.'.r, kaF somlrur wants wnr'. N. IWEM It n.'T 1 tit Hi. is'011 st j SHII'l'IMi-t'LKIih -A. Ill", null! !' " 'I lefei"" enees d siris ii'ihllnm lie I. r 1 .. Aillress HHIITIN'I. CI.I.ItK, iir" i I CM r I llr ix In ty qvi.NSMIIH AND lllllHR -Mo IU Man l.ennan, 27, X u ho can (lo aii) Job Haiitssiiniinn II leii.'es. perleni e, I III . S. - -tn'itoti St., baltery. UF.IU, MAN Foil I III NTIH ill" lo drive, care for horses cow. Aiilgsrder. lr ' .. r..'urellie Ad. ilrcis MAN IOR I'll, CHI MM ore of iullir,764 Jlroadway V ANTI'irbv aslngb. run .'I v"irs f age. late'' VI Intnl I. employment 1 11 ig eti . t, s pla 'e In thi cniiiitrj iinlirslrtiilsilie.il 'li .. . mil 'nltle, vias b rot, gin u, inn a I inn. 1 il 1 ' 1. I ' 1 .ko hit isi f g. u r ill ii. ! ; 1 11 in . I i r t 1 1 111 1 1 s'.u.'lll s, in . 1. ij. 1 1 1 1111' it. ling'i M.ei,.. All') '" Til" s ' ' "li. .07 II..TJW (t lips Ml VV W VNTI ll-siii it nn in nr nun liaiitig had" VI lllrtlg. 1 I lb. Hill 11 d l 'el .111 I 1,'J'l - ugol 7r sew 'IK Ilia lulu's, .all I 1. 1 It ..n- i led b last 1 nip u) er where In I - 1 - 11 lirllyiurs can kite lilllPle scturil) AUuli - .... ' ,11.11 v inv'., , Mil LaituHHi st VrotWI MAN wuu.l - 1 s"iiitu.n it putiiigaiiT colorlngi.il br is. s . i r m"'I i e W.lliiiilH .' I iirgre.nai Ilrooklyn. Y" OUmTMan wislus lo.ittou us druer, porter, oT UBCfUl nidlL Add! ss MA1UIN Ql'INN. 812 Mlt44tbt yOl'HO C0L011K1I MVN desires situation as porter 1 oranytblnn not afraid of work. U M l.otJi lUbae. YOUNO MAN. ih' wants writing 10 do at home. vC dreu E. M1XXEJI, 4i ferry si. - i Il Ji