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' 6 ' , THf. PUN. SUNDAY. JULY 10, 1802. ; . K KOMANCE AND A LONG RIDE. Bre Tni:r.iitAnKAiit.E rn.iT or a tovxo Wjj JAl'ASI.Si: OFVICKtl. BFsife - ' Kfty Il I otciI a. l!llo In Tlorllti. Her Ilrolhui- Rkft "nd Vrlcnilft I'lit l'l u Hchrms t" Oct It 1 4 K&!w of lllm, nnU lie Hlttrteit Across Country VcW tonrd HIiAtichnl Incident of the Trl. Rj Thlsls the orn of foati of creat physical on- m'St dutnnco. Tlio iiorformnncn of wonderful W&Sl dooils which renulro fur tholr successful nc- sr? compllihinoiittlin poq?eMlon anil oxerclio of 12F extraordinary onuniso nml stnylnc powers. U KJfc boconiliittinnro frequent nml roeohlnc a cor- Bbjj roiionllnsilni;roiof attention nnit applause. KB ' ami It Inn romnlnod for a Jnpinose to oasay fjv tlio most rtu.irl,iihl of nil fc.itK. At tho end jpjj. of January hut Mnjor rukihlm.i. nn ollloorof tho JnMtiiie nrtm. stntlonod nt llorlln n fi military nttneliiiotthn rmbissy thoro. started "jsjfc' from thu German capital on tin oorlanil jour- flB( ney loHlmnclml. prnpoilns to accomplish It ijEf illttnnco of lU.OUO Mloriotros on honobaclf. 2E" Tlio wondiuful ildo vn to bo completed with ,Si only ono horne. nnil tlio journey wai to bo finished within kovoii mnnth'i from tho tlmo of a Martina. Tho couraKoous and entorprlslnc "Smi llttlo man Im covered ono-thlnl of ttio dls- H tnncn. hntns initio an artco d-illr record flffif of sixty-two kilometres, and ho lias renchod W: tlin bonier betweon ltuiilii and Slboiln. M ijor rukililnui Is n rnnl t man of compact. '-ST wcll-propoitionrd figure, and la a rotiro- h flentutivn Bpoi'lmen of the puro Japaneso r'jMt typo. Although only 'M yentsof nee. ho has a- risen to tlio rink of Minor of infantry, which iSTj 1 attributable to hl blither liitolllircnco nnil 5if soldierly c.tpiclty. Iio come of a ills- S ttni;uUh',d lamlly, hcliiK iloiiiMiilcd fiom tho ljV fain oiii Choiln clan, which. In the period of In- ffijj tnrunl htolli In Japanese, hlitoiy, once defied M tho entire fori es of the Tjcuon. nnd i liloli ' produced tho llliMlr.mis chief Mori. Lord of Jfc N,iiiit. who c.io bittlo to tho American VIP sloop Wrumlpu In the irniil omjaceincnt on ,E' BlittnonotX;! Strain la 18!.!. on which ojc.i- SsJ nlo'i ('apt. McDou.-all of tho United SUtei af,- navy ilentiosod th.I,ipinosi llot and raided $. tho block ule ncaln-ft foielun .sol. The ' Choilit c'an have been c:olllod with halnc jw done tlio inoit to Inaucuiato tlio establish- i aK, montof "N.w Jtipin." which led up to tho W adoption of tho arts and dUlUUlon of occl- gE dental racc. W Tlio cunornl imprc-tlon up to tbo pro30nt I '' W m 0) JIB- Mirni. rirrsinf jS.. tlmo his prcvulod that Jlnor l'ukechtnia's l-jf ro-iola'i n t.itt -mpt fie wonderful rldo was ijg theo ite .mi of ,i more whim, supported by a ijjfe Riihsiilj fm n the Jnpmeso Oovcrnmont. Tho FK, truth Is. Inwittor. th ita worn in is In tho case, . Ifflfe and i ..- liuiutiful one at that. It seems ,W th it .'I.ijor rukschim.i, boms fond of society "! nml ito my di'ra-tlotis. drifted into tho whirl '( of cool il pli-n no. at Itorlin. Last wlntor he j was a r-jul ir alien hint at tho eourt bulls and ajjlf other frtstliltie incident il t i tho i.ison. Ho ,l Wis well i in- -in I i. lid a Ki-inral f.ivurito on Jl aceouut of his u'cm.il iimiiiiers and amiiblx 1 persnii illti lii liccniin became acquainted Ml withrrilulein mui I'n ll.lNki aniecoof thucele- 3?fl biated 1'riissi.in ii.'iicr.il of tliat name. !he Is Jn a beautiful blond". mil. iieUniiu: belle, nnd the IMLf BiHcentibli. little .lap iiieso olllcor foil in no 1. with heriiii si,:hi. h siittcntions to her I'oin Jrj. very eon-t.int mil nmrUcil. Alter a time tho , mttter heoiinu bruilod .iiound and boK.in tu flf ci. use i il'sioe of .imiihument in to'lcty. Sit, 1'i.luleln l'.iili.llsUI'rt faully ere opposed to W tho idea i f hoi ro-nhim; tho nerlous attcn- J tiensiif her admirer: tlio t'lrl hesitated, and Stir Iierbrothcr.ini ulllcer of tho White Culras- M sleis. the famous i lnp nt of I'rlnco fils- in irek. was Inchtiid to in out r'uksohima'H K courtsblpof hissistoi. but. ut course.it was Jffi'. Impissi le bu him to take it seriously until jj thclapaneo shuuld m ike a formal pioposal V&' for be." Iiaiid. &K, Hventiiall a plot as concoctod by Lieut. SK rolhllil.l and sonieuf his brother olllcors to jKy Ct his pistol's um.-ole mio suitor out of tho at way. On nic'it. at a lub house in llorlln. a iW knot of the con pliabus tm lu line, of course, SJ the I.leuton int. mai'.uii'il to et Major I'uk- , Pclilmiunil rtlui intlu neonf clmmpacne.nnil then proceeded tntttit him on certain tajidor fg point, lho.itt.i'hrt sspuoinl hohbt. iiltrreuch .'& Iu is. m infin!r in in. was horsebnek rldinK. VS In pi-Mod nl-nsulf consldMnhly on hi nccom- -Sfe plishinonts In that respect, because hlscoun- ff tryiiieu are ml n ded foi their proficiency lis 45- oiiunstilans the intindiiction uf horses into I? J.inan bcliu coinpuitthel) lecent. at 'J he (iiiiiu.i'i ii 11 o's t.iuntel tho Japanese Sf as lioin;: bad linrvomon. I'likschlma was 4, tiiiichoil In a tendei spot, --o miieh so that he fs, Was fiiiillsli enough to icoept n wiser then r nnilthiMelh.il he noiild tide oerlaud from S5S t ii liu to Mi uich.ll, uslm; only ono horse, nnd fii occiimplisb th jourii" Inside of mch M mon'li. Iliseiltles nt llisl were not disposed J tolakohls neciiit.ini-1 seilously. but ulinii ho r' pemlstiul in his assoitliei nml teiterati-d his fi nir o-e they eliiRml with him, the Japanese M wau'enni: his lli.ii )0 nguinst th" Ueiman olll- if ccis' 'J.ouii marks that lie would carry out tho Wi piniTiuinnie, lu When the time of sober lellection came ik Fiiksliima icall. d the absurdity of his post. ;, tloii. Itiu ho ..s ftrniK. plueky. and doter- ;h mined. iVilh true .lii. uie.-o stoicism bo set 'L forth on hit uis-lou. A ho:.s of Kntflish IMC bleed as ptucliiised. The Mnioi. nheu , oiiilpiml fur tin- luiiinny. Wure the undiess Tf, uiiibiim orhls i ml,, lie took nob.iL'i: iirusuro 'to- a elii.in,-! of li'ie i. ii s .milt, no'e a swnriland w- tno toidnis. w.ih u supply of am m unit ion. hfr '1 ho i j ite l.u llu tun Itiisslu l,i MuKila. Vj The mi.:e .is in plo In lie .einboi last, and the 9 joiiiney was ticciin the I 'tt u pint of January. 8 At Kiltliuw. whom bo eiileiod the teriltnry of St tile L'ar.ufter leaving (n riii.in u I, ho was lu- W cnled In the oilb cis of the 1 ourth llivlmont of Mrolkl IsIuuisIhi, teisi lutein itlon il , polio had hoiiieihlni; to doiMln the Muse..ito '"' nlhusiaJm at his aden , fm Itnssla naB Im- Ma i.nitatit lull rests to t-ono by cultUiitini; the ' fileiidshlpof lapir. J.ioiy elloit was mudelo .;,. iio I1011111 t i'ul. ehlmn. Olllcerh e corteil him Ur.j for miles, , mil the leslilunt L'ontry of tho dls- mti. trlettliniui:h which he passed pain him nory v" 11"'! liable. lilftillu'). ''Jf! lloyoud Villi 1 the lends 111 0 bad and th.) ?, cetrrlty of Uidm-usum (oniluceil to render pas. 'f. (ago illrib'ult, lie,n snow diitts and un.intl- '.- tlisnf iconbbtriiclliu thnwuy. 'J Iim trmollai i"i oncoiinteii d dam: u in meuiin with liiro A numbers uf Hebrews on tholr w ly In thelrun s;j tier iindei the recent edict uf I aiilshment, sT About twenty miles fiom Minn hewasner- A taken lit darknoHs wbUe pnssliiu thioiiL'ha y dense forest or plin s Ilotwcen 1 niidJ u'clue!; i, A. M. he perceled a llyht shiuliiL' thliiliuh ill '', oiionlni; lu the pine-. He concluded that he T lind struck a 11 nty of lumtermcii. . lie was nut left in doubt lonu. howeier. for ' i-, before he hud itoue iiiiii'h fiuther sovcial men ? leaped upiiti him. Ono of them endonoifld to -V Belre the horse's bridle, while iental others tried to itr.iiT the rblei fiom tbo sitdillu, '.' Fuk.-iclilma was i-ard by tho Instinct of Ills L, lioise, wliich. renrlnc on Its bind quartern, atruck out with Its foioleirs nnd knocked down -.' pome of thoaitareos.iri.. .ilennwhile the horse Hjv niun hnd ir.adei;iigd uso of Ills reiolver, nnd. if... clvlne his chnrper the rein, ho ealloncd be fj yond the roach of danirer. At the noxt lialtluir ;i' place, the town of alnak. It was learned that kt' the Slnjor hud eucoun'.eied a notorious cani: ,V of robueis that rind, only two weeks before, Hi murdered two Bonihirmes. i Atbt. rotorsbuw the adventurous rider re- J'.t celved n inuslni; leiontlm. The Oar be- t ' Htuwod pergonal attentli n on him; had him ut '.S, oourtla id compllmciiti'd him lor hlseournuu K nil etliliir.ini e 'UiourtlceiMif tliocnck ieu-1- V? incuts of the Impel I'll (ill ml cnteitiilnul him -F royally: cenei.il sneinly .ulde I Its tilbuto, nnd ft yuUschlmawas the lion of tin; en it.il. 1 11 1 Moscow ho was lionoiel by the .luniclpnl ' Council and feted. Ills liorto, however. hi:.in "' to uivo slcns of bteaklns down, showim; ' Byipptoinsof a disease resembllnKcldiidcrs, '. nnd gome jokes wero pcipctrateil altheox- peiiseoftlie JInior. He was told that he hvl v teen swindled In hl horse deal. 'Ihe horse vus cured after a delay of six days, however, '; and the journey vras resumed. ..... ;, 'I'de moat humorous incident of the trip oc- ' curred after his departure f rota Mospow, about fifty miles from that city. He hod rtmoied Mm lii passports from his pocket during brief star at a waysldo Inn, had laid them upon the vf tab, and forcotten to replace them before LeMff' HBLjUs-ntsary-"- -j..jjn.f;;i'i'i'. '"'V .'.''L' .." " pjepjepjePjpyirY7 t -' .-.-f?r ' ' ' - ' BBpMeeV 1 f , 1 1 "IP iTti' ' 1 1 t n - - 'm Icavlne. As luck would hnve It, toward rjleht. fall the traveller was stoppod by a pendarmn olllcer and two of his men. nonoof whom could speak French or German, nnd Iuksblma, who was unable to ptoduce his passport or ox plain hl position, wan Inn nun dap. Tho offlcl.iis did nnl know what to make of the oUraordlnary looklnu little num. ileckod out In a nillllnrv unlfotm they hml never seen before, who looked like a hliiamnn.nnd could clvnnn necoutit of himself. They were satis lied that ho must be a p. and rouchly hustled him oil for examination before n prlstave 'Hint functionary caused rtiWh ma to ro tnoio hlscoat andoTniiilned carefully tho hut tons of tho enrment. 1 hey. however, seemed tunftordno clue. It aocmod as thoucti luk- nisi Afeji wr.LroMKD nv i.fsnv ornor.ns vt kutsow tfimi 0 vliotcurnjilt shlmn would have to pns omo days Incar cerated In the cachet, 01 lockup, but tho vll Inun priest, when Mimmoncd, h ippenod ti poss(iq some knov leduoof l'leuch. T he jirlest thus became tlio instrument of the Japanese Majoi's deliverance, as lie suececded in ex plnlnlnc thliius nwiy, nnd then took the trav eller home ns his cues! for the lilRht. The passports wero t covered. Major l'likshlmn hopes to rench Tob"Uk. t'"o r 1plt.1l of Mbeiln, wilhln thlily days; th'nce be proceeds to TonisK and thence to liklilsk. from the la'ter phce he Will cross the Tinnslilkal into Muiiclnirla. make Ills way to rokln. mid tnkethe ste iinboat from l'okln toMinnshil. No doubt the llttlo ofllcerwlll be the man of the hour If he reaelies his des titution on tlruo. not to ieak of his chances w ltli the fair lady In lierltn. V. OninATBDoyy. COr. OltAIIAM OF VOM.Y COUXTT. HI Jole Illile In the Smoker nlth nn Vncrnlerat tli.rscmtin. When Col. Grahim of Tosoy county, Ind.. left town for Tronton yesterday ho put In his . pocket two of tho best imported cluars that ho 1 could buy. Tho Colonel is a confirmed clear- I ette smoker, but ho always carries clears for , self-piotoctlon when he travels. Since he lef I roseycounty ho 1ms develo ed a dlscrlmlnnt- I inc noso for tobacco. A rink clear makes j him moro pcoih than "knees" In his trou pers. Thero nio few smokers of bad clears who will not throw away n ha'f-bunieil stump to accept one of the Colonel's cod ci:;.iis, with tho Graceful npolosy that always coes with tt. "Why, do you know." said Col. Grahim the othorday, "thorearo nocluirs In Indian v so rank ns those that aro smokod In New Jersey. Thevnro tho brand that will kill vecetntion. and I always carry a clear or two to sive aw ly on tho nmoklnc car. Whv. it's enouch to mnko a man frotful." t'ol. (iraliam'Rse.it In the mokerwas shnn d yoi-tenlay hy a Jersey iuhii with no tnste in toliacco. Ho snilTod eontemi tuuuslv at the Colonel's cigarette, and pulled content' llv nt n lory bad cijar with a dark shiny w-apper. Col. Ornhnni was crow inc seasick. He throw nwav Ills clmretto. nnd drawing a clear from his pocket said to the man besido him- "Pardon me. sir. but may I trouble vou for a licht r" " Sure. Mike." replied the man. and he hand ed Col. Graham .1 clear that h id jut been liehted. Col. (irnlinm carflfullv lisnted his own ci''ar. and with apparent nbcoiit-inindod-noss tosspii die oilier out of tbo window. "Well I'll be " "No. don't." Interrupted Col, Grihim, "I really wasn't thliikinc VThat I was done. Please nccopt one of my clears nnd permit inn to offer nn npolocy. I am very nbent minded nt times." The man looked at tho clsnr tho Colonel cao him and said: " Looks pretty eooil. Petter 'n mine, I cuoss. I pnv ?.l a hundred for mine " "'that ciifnr costs $v." n hundred, nnd Is preltv full. I think." replied the Colonel. "H'm." said the man he bit tho ond off. Then he leaned over nnd sold: "Will nm Rive, men lleht now?" Col. Graham offered his cienr. The man llchtol hs own from It with chuckles nf satis faction. Then he leaned back comfortably and tossed Col. Graham's clear out of tho window. " Why. you " "Hon't"snld tlio man. "When I think of the McKlnleytarifTon eitrars I co Into a trance, nnd I'm not responsible for w hat I do. Let mo offer vou one of my clears." and he nulled out ot e of the thrcn-dnllir-,i.iuDdred brand nnd handed It to Col. Graham. "Why, yon " "Now, don't, I sav." Interrupted tho mm. This Is my stntlo-, but jou enn cet a lleht Irom tho man In front. Much oblleeil for jour smoke. Good-by." nnd bo was o!T tho cnr. Col. Graham returned to New York last nliht and announced Hint his st.tom was shattered. Here vfter ho will ride In tho drnw-ine-room car nnd smoke cienrettcs. paiixulIs i.r.rr sts.voo iiekb. Hie Mother, Not lit" 11 Idou , Applied for Ietler of Administration. Mrs Delia F. Tamel!. mother of Charles RtewartParnoll. nppllod yesterday to Adminis tration Clorlc O'Brien for letters of adminis tration on her son's ostnto in this country, fiho fills ho has no real estato here, but has pnrsonal property to tho amount ot about Slfi.001. Mrs. Pnrnel! asks thnt Lawvor Alfred n. Byid bo appointed administrator of tho es tate. Mr. llyrd, nho lias an ofllce nt 50 Wall street, said yesterday: "Mr. r.irneil madoa numboro' Investments In securities In this country, tomo of wlifoli wero disastrous nnd soico fortunate. Tho ob late in this country consists of nbout HfiOiX) in securities. Tbeso investments bid notlilm,' todo with tho monovs raised in this country for the Irish cause. I understand that money went to pails This wns his uwn money," Mr. llyidsnld that Kilty Pnniell. th widow of the Irish le.idc-, was not npnt) to tbo pres ent proieedine. Ho declln id losiy wlictbnr tho (ippllcatlon had been iinulo with her enii sent or whfi 1 tno seciiiitles are. He sild Hint the widow hud been maileadmlnistrat u uf tho ehtnte abi'iad. but that she could not net is such administrator Here. lie bollevid t-lio know of her hiisbaid's possession of the sei u rltieslu this lountn, but ho said die ha I tukon no steps to obtain them He believed that tho mother would bo eutltlod to about a sixth of his piopertv hero. Parnell had died without maklne a will. Mrs. rninil llvos nt770 Amsterdam nvenuo with Mrs Knouilo. She was not at home jes terday afternoon. Mrs. Kiiotido said that the securities wero with a I anker named Mc IIIk ter. who had recommended L-uuyur llyid to 1'arnell. railed lo Appear 01 III Wrdilli'e nay. Nor.WAUv. July !). William I Hurries, j ard nntbter at Wilson Point, the southeinteiinlnus of the Uanbuiy and Norvvalk branch uf the Hous.it mio llullrottd, is inlsidne. and his whore.ibouts aro unknown. Humes wns to hale been married to Miss Mury A. lions. Mnnlpaiik youne Indy. on Thursday nieht, but he failed to appear. MessonirorH wore sent In search of hi in. but he could not be found. I'iually the company was dismissed. No reason for Humes' disappearance Is known, nnd It is thouebt that lie waudored away whllo temporarily iusane. The Nevr (.'hureli nfHt, Kraneli Alil. Archbishop Corriean will dedicate next Bun day the new Cathollo Church of Bt Francis As sIsbI. In West Thirty-fifth etreot, near Bovcnth avenuo. The new church stands on the site of the old structure. It Is In charge of the Fran ciscan iftthors. The parish was established In JBiU. The style of architecture of the church is the modorn HenalBsanco. It has a spire 150 feet hlcli. , in tho sanctuary and In tho body of the church urn pinny stained irluss windows, ills ion vv ei;cr of .Newark m I many juiost.s will attend liextbttuduy's sei vires. Huprilulendvnt lliiirMs Injnrrd Srciotarv. Tllman J. Hubert ot :s'H Webt Forty-ninth streot. the driver of Broadway car '-'tM. which ran over Ueorue Hopcroft, secretary to Buror Intondent llyrncs, on Friday nlcht, wat, taken to the Jefferson Market Police Court yester day. Mr. Hopcroft Is In the New York Hospi tal. Ills risht foot was so badly Injured that four ot the toes were amputated yesterday. He received other Injuries, but it Is not thought that they will prove fstaL Justice White held Hubert, the driver. In J1.000 ball, which was furnished by Georoe W. Home. : " '-' '1-iWeg-g-sas- y?k&& -rrrnas rsS? fIX'A"1""' II""''" 'ilit.ssssiss' J. S. Conover 8c Co., Makers and Designers of Fireplaces, Mantels, and Tiles. Wo cortlin,lly invito all strangers visiting tho City to look through our Stores during their stfiy. Wo lmvo- nt present nn unusually at tractive exhibition of artistic Man tels and Fireplaces and ovorything pertaining to tho furnishing of them in ornamental metal work, mado from our own designs and not to bo soon olsowhero. Jomns' 28 and 30 W. 23d St. FACTORII.Si sen, sad. ami .-.no wist sotii bT. Mil C1WSSX COIlXKtl. Two Additional "Onmba front he Cliesa IIOBrrt" Pollork'a Otra, Tho problems. "Ciumbs from the Choss Hoard." whlih aiipcared In last Sunday's Hun. hive been so much appreciated by a cront number of eoriospondcnts ns to warrant tho publication "f another set of Charles A. Gil Iioik's pieces of ntt. Ac.iln tho selection will bo a tin eo and a two movor: r::oni.t no. 47. r cuintrs a Gitnrsn of hiooilts, bi uk rh.nT pircss. ft'l onQ4; ftv mK 4- O on Kit hiii on 1 tt 4. 'i Kt ., K It! It. I! Kt 7. n I Kill, gg on i .. on K r. 3. on K 4; onQRi sinl Klir,: A on Q Kt 8 nnJ tlKtBi A onQ U3nuJ Q Kt 4. niiiTK Mr rlKCfl White to ptai ami miito ir three morea. rnonLKM NO. 48. arciiAntii ritucnn of naooKLrs. ni ik nrr fikck Kon K3i Qonq B qi Kt nn Ii D 5, ra on OKI 2 aid K II J. - I ;.., "-, '.?,', I fc M ' 01 ,.m !.,?, ,., i, i if w. m m ij m 2 m ' , xH f M W.A ..; J-, vtr" 't ? KnnQai; Q nn IJ4: It on Q R Ti Ktaon Q II 3 and Q 7: 11b on K H ii anil K H 7. HIllTF ETrS riFlK. White toplil nnt mate In two rimes soi tirioNs to Minm...Ms vos. 43 tsn 4i!. Junior nf New i.rL rorsrnrdi the rollonlug correct op 1 14.11 tu So to II I lie n!a-l. J Q-l.t 1 K- K r. m v I Il 'J K moves or V mores .1 Qi) 11 I im' or B Kt 1' in lie 2 Q l.t il 1 r-K r. a '-lv a nmte or O-K R 2 K-ll II or T-K or K il matt or IJ i d male Kt 4 or h 1. 4 2 Q-K .1 irati 1 Any other moe r.irr p: m utiona alo rereiel from Ailnir Milton, Prniklui, llnrj llelnholit New Aork. V Milirl, Ititoken N. I , Thomai. hieMvi-nit. Priilnie, it. I , M liuliinailieF, Neir nrk. V S lierton I'll Imlel ptil-u f i . rile .tor Kliapun. PbUadflplil l l' , i. V Via, i la ler I ultalo ,N V, I. I. Itjs.. II Ino'.lin, .tiiilu- llarr II, Johntiwti, V.,; CharU mltli, VV'esi In nt N V Henri Rnn'in'rt ir Netr Vor prorl1o3 the follovriiu correct olulion to No 4'.l II .i. I'll irht" 1 IJ-Bll 1 K x Kt 2 Q-IIC male 1 I It II 2 tj l'4 mate. 1 . .. 1 M-l,iT 2 V- 111, nu.te 1 . . 1 Kt 11,1 j l Kt 1,,-itc. 1 . . I Ujll .' v i. y uinv. 1 . 1 o-k n ch I . . 1 O-K 7 2 II x O nati 1 . . 1 'l-gr. .' II x II unite I 1 II y il 2 lU lc;i.e 1 1 l: m where else 2 v 114 niat.i Correct oliitlon iitio rerniel frn h i, v Mannn. ter Bufato N V Junior Ne i York ai'.i " ;illoii. ltroiKljn I Iel N.'W Vo-k l V v'ilr-t llickep N I, rliu.ii m llellHnl rrovl.linci It I tlf'nn Kelnliolil N . '.nrk. vjx cti ili.n ikr N. w Vir.., VV h llrerton I'M n lrlii il. I' i I I VMl.itl Watr n ill., i ono , II s nut, r. Or. nte. N J , i harlm -.mill . Meet Point. . V Ait litioiml Hotittn.i reitUtil to No t.t Irom .Il,llu& UallMt, Johnston n. .N . ANiwtis to ( oi.rfsronnNT. It V. It , Crook n, an t (. J lli VI. inn, 1 -Pros, leroa reerUi 1 utih tl nuki. I K .New ork Vou nium h-ivi mlMnla ! tl- i iecea o lu ji.' r iiiriaMon Ni. 4", 1 rnnnm Jiu .man i r sun Kt VSeli. whua lun initio-ililo mole l y j: Hrookhn ll trjlnir airiln at No 40 joj sill Jul that y .Muould not uimier. si in ti i) oiMr. At n toiirmmint played si. mo tlmonennl Chlcaco. . II. Iv. l'o'lo- of Intrrnatlnunl fatnii nli-o competed. One d ly hewaspl t., nctiii'-t Illancbhid. another vh ll-kniiwn i In as pmioiI. The latter b nl lln ni i nln. t.i which I J'nllock leplied with thoTwii Iviiilns ilufencn mid vvhii h was soured by black after twenty I mnves. Here Is tlio tun of this vcri prUty L'.une: Ti.ii amgi.ti, orrhcr- niirniH?. mho. k im iMiiiitit. roiioca. iiiii- ii" i nn. iwu 1P-K4 P-K 4 II OKt-M t 11-0 II 4 2M-KH1 M-UIIR 1J5 n 'hl-l.t.1 r 1I-P4 ht-ll I 'I'lll-Ktl K-l! J r. ix I'r'i k ii i , k- p., KK -; Kt x Kt P-IJ4 III Il.-K in o-K 2 TCkt-kt'c'lK Kts I7i(xl' P.xlt.h H J.V4 P-M'.f l l5i x II JI-IJ.,, 10Pil'J l!t"a,',t'' "'-" Ji.tc:i stCK (roiiocm rnvix rni-Fi 1 ('J. il f.. i 'i. ' ft '." P fa r n'lllh (M IJIlllnli) FIIFI.V I-ifCKJ 20Kxg K-VHlilte. A I'lnli In lTrry I'lrrllnn Illalrtrl, There will nion he foiti-thrco Cleveland and RtoTcnaon c.impalcii clubn In the 'iwenty foitrlh Assombly district, it llio directions of I'iroCominlisiotiorruiio as Tammany Under In the dlotilct nrnoboieil. He has Issued an order direction IiIh lleittennntH to otcanlzo such clubs In nvo'y ono of tho forty-throe election districts of tho nnncted nlstrlet orto temporal Hy chnncotho name of such perma nent ranimany ilulif. as are maintained in any of them, so that they nhall ho known by tbo name of tho lionioernMii noralneoB. The Commissioner wishes thnt there be no delay in orsanlrlnu and prosecuting a vigorous cam-pau.'n. .sgtK A Uelsarto Exercise &J Ml Hrlsarle Waist. ) I '" n1 ,,om'"' our full l.ij I llnenfdren rtlouu corneta, ly ly "Cr-" "2r 1,lk'. ""1 urscea, ih I'l'll V-Sr7. nioitoiu'arniade. V My r0B nBll,TUi btti-b- -4d XID coM,,oBr TnK',r ami DELSARTE CORSET CO., XSft Tst B Ut,, Jlfsw TTorH. '.''lwiji-taiwiiiiiiaiiiiji!tii,iii iiiii " C1U18I! OF X1IK KAVAT. MILITIA. A Week's Kxeietae In New York Waters on the Old WnrrHilp New Hampshire. Tho First Naval llattallon will bo on Its practlso crulso this yonr on the old llne-of-bnttloshtp Now Hampshire, which has been detailed for that purposo by tho Naty Depart ment. Tho crulso will begin on Bnturday. .tulyia Tho Now Hampshire Is at Now Lon don, nnd Is In clinrco ot Lieut ArthurT. Nazro. U. S. N. Tho battalion numbors nbout 325 men. and ns tho Now Ilnmpshlro has accommo dations fi,r moro tlmn twlco thnt number, thero will bo no crnwdlnc on board. Commander Miller of the battalion has sent Iilnuteiintit-Commnndor Kent with a detail of two nuns' crews to New I.onrion to nsslst In brlnclnc tho Now Ifntnpshlio down. Hho will he towed to Now oik by two tuns ntthe ex pense of tho Inttallon.nnd will lenso Nevy Jiondanntd.iillKht on Monday mornlnc tho 1 epecto I to aiilve hereon Tuesday, nnd will Heat anchor ofr tho foct of Knst Twenty eighth sttei.t. Mho Is painted yellow and has a snltitliiK lattety of old smooth-bore puns. J ho ( hlcarjo. Atluila. nnd other vessels aro expected to arrive on the ltith. and tho bat talion will thenemhark onthe Ncwllniniuhlro nnd pro-ecd under towvvlihtho srjnnilron for twoorthiee diys" exercise In the lower bay, alter which they will en up Lone Island Sound or up the North Kiv or for tho remainder of tho week. Under the roorcnnlrntlon according to tho newNnvnl Mllllla I nv the ofTTcers of Tho bat talion nrclComninnder.. I. W.MIIIerlLlotitennnt Coramnndef. Gcorjjn 1-dward Kent: Naviga tor. II. I, tatterlee: I'avutnstor. John G. Auitr: Hurceon. John nndcrpool. ror.vsTi:in yint.vi's itomk Hurry Ilouarrt'a Speech nt tlio T.nj-lns of thr Corner rjliinc. From th tt li Tolv rttning TejMef. Timolol k nf (he weather cavo Hudson model dav In which to dn honor to tho nremoti In Iti.iutruintlnt: the riiemen's Home. 1 he ad dress of vvtlt iimn from Major I.oncley was well timed. i-indiMt, nnd appropriate. Tho ie m u ks uf the veteran volunteer iliemnn, Harry Howard of New ork. electtllied the boi in red nml I lueniiildran: niiiltliMOiatlunof .ludso 1 Uk'h stun was just III ted In thu iCC islnn, At 1'io'ilocl. an onler wns clveii to form line, and Chief riuxlncct 1 ltin nud hlsnsslst nnN. Ilnijers and I.nhi, had a biRi-iintmct on llieli hinds that was not cnslly cnrrh'il out. 1 he st re N weic denhelypncKed with llroiuen, bnni's. nnd vlsllora I nun .ibrnnil. Central hijuaie w is a vast ciu'vd of hiinianlty. nnd nil the nv tines le idlnc into it were bloeltcd with I enple. Wnslilnutnii square. I min and Court htreits vveto ihruntrud. and, in fuet. no Inrso fTmTOQ' numhorol pooplouia not tioon -non hero for a lone llin At 2' tho lino ronorl in tho onlor liortnforo publNbnrt nntl pnod oor tho linn of mnrch. Tho propp-slon did nnt irnrh thu crnunds until li.M.-y 1 oVbii'k, ubon tbo nrojftuninie laid -lown .i euilod out. rr-i(1cnt Clmrlos S. lln.xi-riir tbo Stutn 1 irrtmim's Afrociation Intro hici1.. (Ji-orKt W. Atnlnrton. lYMdentnt tbo Itonrdof TrustPCAof tho Httito Firemen's H'imo Anoelntiun, who mude a few appro pilitn rem irks Tlio nt-rnmoii y of layinc tlio corner jsIodo wab don ly tho lian'l nf thnt veteran ox-Chfef Knclnoi'rof Now Vork. Harry Howard, nnd lu nddlMon to tho ccremonv ho romnrked: I)iu It iiii'! I hme bttn Ion (tin? for tills rnt. Purine tli- whnle tlurtj fA- that Innun active nl untfer llreinnn in Nerir rity man) alterajt's wero maiti t rarr out thli jtto 1 ncirk, but thryall faltftj until ..ciirtte Anil(r-.on our worthy President, anrl llio ene-: tir nmnl of Trn-itcei look the mattrr In Innd nu !. tlnnk Iti their pi-ritevtratice and wine man jiKrtnfn', I e micctedeil In rarr)lnjctUfii pralsoirortby mulTlftMnk i iucre-ifiil cnnclut'on Too much I raie c u ict b RwarJcd tliee Rtutlemcn. for without them ! ro ild not riectiril title ta thti fine acra or heenaMf- to en tt he biitMlnif that shall (or all time be known an the Volunteer rtremen i Home" of the Mate ot N-n ork. To -stlneulth flrej by hand In cille l-in i.noriniiiK Inbnr, anl tl e volunteer fireman liO H nno nf irrcnt Imn''ilp nml niffcrinff Ite neer cet" an) pi, anil peiiti, Iilxuwn 11101 ey for lire eqnlv in lit anluit he ix oil ami dmali ed and wltho it medtiis Ii nnii-; 1 ae n liome with firemen Of dteam flre b-lfiilfs tt I ry dITtrent It is eaay. The uteatn tire .!i2ine d the Iiir I labor and the hornet ride the fin i n n to th fre nn I home amir. Tte Universal Language. Charlos tho Filth ucd to sa : "As many lanKUiico a man spoakh st rannj tlnoslsho a man." I ny: All tln world's lancuaues nre coiibiilid.itod In him who ninr speak ono lan CUiikp onl. hut that ono iiromidol liy tho (iliilllhriuin of tho heart nnd mind. Thus It 1b th .t "action "iienks loudi-r than words." nnd if the remits of tu'tion uro tnVon as a cri terion HELMER'S Bi-OZQNE CURE ppenks volumes to nil forms of chronic dls onse. It commands tho Inltcr to dcmrt, nnd the pominnntl Is loud I'noush to ho not only heard, hut heodod. DiteT-o is .mother nnmo for decay: im temedy nnd deea In any shapo are antasonl'-tlc, nml win n tho two Inlluencos wn'htlu tojri ther tlu hsuo is noot dnuhtful. DNennn is nn Infei'tnut of tho hluod ot which oono is tho only natural disinfectant. As nn intnm n In point. 1 will mention tho ensoofa woii-lviiown lidi w'ni has nuthoilrcd me to ro tor to her. Wlimi sm tlrstcariQ In March shn sufTerel fioni a d uuurous complication of catarrh, dif-peiila. iionous licndacho, nnd a tumor In hor hreast. llor catarrh, dyspepsia, nnd In ad ichn arc utitiruly cured now, nnil tho tumor hna hotomo much roduced In size, and Is lieinj; Kradunlly ahsohed. Tim lon nnd tho short of It Is, every one of mj patients hecumes n walfclnir ndiortlso mert, wllhoi.t will h n'l my iu'vertibinr; would n.iil me in thiuc. My remedy Utallzos tho blood, and where that's thu fact nil Is told. Ono freo trial at olllco. l'mnplilut froa by mall. a N. Iiri.-.ICU, ClirmUl, s l'e H'-t llioii.lini) , Soulli. s-i-V '"at orniT lata Ml., iS. Nrw link Uy. isicociili.i'n oFririti J-k inc. s. mii.-.u:k, uj TJ 1 Ni vtn- SI. ) llltllXJIII'OIlT UF. f ' I lt'i:i 111. II. .M. DIl'K. JI INSON, la Fulrflcl jTJii Hr. W. AV. CI.AKK. d 9. Hole Acrut Tor Olilo, SOT Lvv . 'imt liroall tit,, Coluuw ya.. bu.. O. Foot Prints No. 17. Still tlio naln Kix'h on lu Kpltoiif thu irrrat rimh fur lioncut bni- L'llitlH in fulltwi'.tl. 'IIuto'h a InrKiihtock tu rleiil li- iieilmpH tho M-iy palt of hhiios you am tn fcf.tri'lt ot urn niiioni; this illb t'lmiiL stocl;. They tiro nil Mpb, ht li'i-., hliapos, loluts for Ladles, (luntlniunu, nml Children, You'll Im Ftai tleil to lluil hitch iiimlltles ill Htieh ptlres. It ia jtiht llko euvIiil' 4U cuntHon 11 dollar. It 1 an do no harm to call and ex amine n bargnln counter that really lsn bargain counter. SPECIALS Ladles' Oxfords. $3.00, $3.50 uud $i 00 goods, $2.13 Ladles' Hut. Hoots, special lot, 1.9S MIsbi's' But. spring lieol, special lot, 1,19 Chillis' But, spritiK heel, upedul lot. .93 Infatile' Hut. liootH, btiecial Int. .60 Uoyb' Hut. $J, $J.50, autl $1 goods, 1.43 Boys' Calf trimmed Cmi- as Shoos, 1,72 Youths' Calf trimmed Can vas Shoes, 1.13 j, J. & T. Cousins, Manufacturing Bhoemaken, 498 Pulton St. Bast.Cnr, BrMkljra, i Ii nil ).i" n'l ii iHMiMl)Mlamil.nintm!lli STRIPED SURAHS FOR MONDAY 1 G5 AND 69c, FOR 31c. Nearly 5,000 yiutls excellent G3o. and CS)c. Surah Silks 3.") colors, vvliito Rtriped, this Rpason's weav ing, 21 1-2 nud 22 inchoa wide, silk in these rochIb eo&t l'J l-2c. in tho raw by tho yard ! On Bnlo Monday for 31c. bl'kt-L.ft centra. IMPORTED GINGHAM SUITS, SOME DUST CLOAKS, AND SOME BLAZER JACKETS. Monday wn will offer tlio lialutieo of our linn Imported OlnKluim Sttil.s, ronslitlnur or Irmieh riiiitiiLnny, liiillu linen, ilnwer uotlcil niunlln. nml 11 ,uietv of t holcc f.il--llw, ut ti spi'i'lul wile. heei! stilt') sold w-8-tetdny for lioin .is.on to s-'.s.ijii. itotulny thoy will Im sold foi $W ml to J.I') 71. 50 Lndles' I.on;r TuneiMiisr HiibI Cloalti, In inohnii. with or wlthoi.t imiics, s.s.7." to $ia.W. rorS1.7"innd' W. Krmitloniilly low pi ions will Im lnndo nn our LndleH' tnn nnd w Idle With Iin7ui Jack ets Monday. .TucKotn that Mild vestordiv for $5.7Jnnd 1,'M will bu nlTerod nt $2.'Js unit $3.u. Fconrd floor CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES, $5 TO $12. GO, FOR $2.90 TO $3. Wo have closod out the stock of a woll-known manufacturer of Chil dren's Fine Gingham Suits, size i to 12 years. Thoy comprise tho finest I ronch Ginghams, and Satin Stripe ciYects, all daintily mudo and handsomely trimmed with em broideries and ribbon. These suits have retailed for So.OO to $12.50 in 3 lota Monday, 2.90, $3.90, and 55.00. .second Ho or, $3.75 SILK WAISTS $2.98! 3,800 WRAPPERS ALSO. An opportunity limited qunntity deslm blo stylcR l'olka Dot China Silks ot Silk Striped .Shirting $3.75 Waists; one duv only.. . . ?j'M Navy Illtie China Silk WnlMs. with uairow white stripes mnilo with two bo plaltb in tho bock milks down ftont and on neck unil cttlTs $u.50 stvlo for $4 .13 Just reeeied 1.800 Ladles' Zephyr Vi.m pers -Yoko Stjle. with Walte.iu'or plain back $1 iio ntvlo. . . y.v. 2,000 Lndios' l"lKinrd Lnwn Wtnppeis. in nent. dnintv llfjuies, liieludinjr blitek or whito Kiotimls Theso line been sold nn bnrKidiih for $l.ca; Monday 5l.au Srron 1 Hour. SAMPLE "Z Z" CORSETS. Something like 25 doz. importer's samples of the standard " Z Z " Corsets fell into our hands last woek for very much less than reg ular cost: The $4.50 ones to bo S2.7r. Tho $1.98 ones to bo S1.G9. Tho collection includes pretty much every sizo and "oxtra long," "medium,' and "short" shapes. Corieti secoud floor. HOSIERY DEP'T OFFERS. 75 dozen Lndles' Biblind Vests, low neck, no sleoves. ribbon lu neek nnd nuns miiiiu aro silk nml cotton, sumo l.hilntliifnd- uhsmled styles nml eoloiB- re;iilui 50e. nml 7.V1. ests Mondny :iio. 100 doen Ladles' Hllil"il Lli-!o Vests, low nook nnd no sleu os - culm 3 w hlto and vj ti .lie. lino Monday 21c. Ladles' lilbbeu Vests, sonio I.islo, sonio cot ton, icfiulur 29c. est; Mondny We. Jim r)' Front, rljtht. PARASOLS, SUN UMBRELLAS. Monday Sovornl lniudroil $2.25 Sun Umbrellas, host cpiality Union Silk, hilvor, ubonj', and natural wood handles ----- if1.45 Hunched ami seventy $2.75 and $2.25 fino grado Sjlk Cojiching Parasols, now colors, including black and white stripos and checks, Mo..day - - - - $1.45 100 all-silk Rtilllo Parasols, new est changeable effects will bo Monday .--.--- $2.45 25 handsoito Novelty Parasols, woro $10.00 and $22.50lmlf those pricos Monday. It.iiiI. left. GENTLEMEN'S OUTING SHIRTS, $2.25 TO $4, FOR $1.50. Wo have takon from regular stock 60 doz. men's all-wool fancy Outing" Shlrtp, broken sizes, assorted colors, "Btur" make.; these shirts havo been selllDg for from $2.25 to $1.00: to clear thorn out In short order Monday $1,50 Mtn- Flxtnn-front, rlfht A GENTLEMAN'S $1.10 UNDERSHIRT, 50e. Broken lot of 15 dozen men's English lislo thread Undershirts in long and short sleeves, all sizes; Drawers to match in small sizes ; price Yesterday L10 Monday 60c. eaoL Ma'i nzlsn-rrtat, ttgkt. I, 11,111 I I llllll .,1 I , n w, WASH GOODS DEFT. Moro of the 50 nnd COc. Imported Zephyrs 23o. Tho. Ite. French Onrnndles, Monday, 23c, Still plontyoftho favorite Fretith Sntcens nsnorted uttliri redtteeil flgttiuof 25c. The hnlf-wool 18c. Chnlllcs will contluuo to bo sold nt 2y,c. 50 pieces FlnnuclloUes. SJiC. Left all, back. $50,000 OVER STOCK, CHINA AND GLASS. No oliortrniiiin,T nbout these goods, reeol li"t, becuf-e of thi'-e suipi IhIiir pi Ices. I liov itro till tlili scji'.oii'h cle.ilion; tliey'10 t'oifctt In tnt'iv icnpci't. iinlv le.ison for t'lla Midden s'llc undnneiltleo K lliein Is too iiitieh stock on hand uud loo mm h on tlm win ftoin tlin l.uropiun fuctoiii's for our pou'o nf iiiitul. I'.tltlciilnts lelmv. A comp'olollnu of HucMtnt l'leuch Tnblo (?lns-., I'lpoi lent ii'ilueilu.j. tin nil iiiit'Htoek of linn 1 tench nnd (lorinnn Hw'ino. :pi iiei ii-ut. tedtietlon. On lotiiplcte stock uf I'ifiiirli Lhliin FUhnml ClninoSels, li, pet t flit ledllctlou. On slock nt I'tcmli China Icn Cicnm, Tieuy nnd Sal. id Setk. .it, iiei i cut ledu. tlon. On J.fHH pieces of I)cep Cut ( Jlu.-n, 23 per cent. HMlnctlnii Thin 'I'iible I iiiiiMo", onj,'ined with nnv In- ltliil,I..ViMinl.ii)i do:. CiMiti.il Dinlt 'i.ililo Limps, hand painted. ;.i0'i Hue. il si iiHiipleiii Hold I'ninl ( hi ia 'litis nnd Sniieers, $1 00 iloz. icj,'tilut, lie. pair. 50 mil v F.liulUh liecotntcil Tuilet Sclq, full sl.e. 10 tileci'H. linixet, fl.Ms ciich. On F.tmlhh llecoi.iiul ninnei sets, Monday nnlv. 'ill n'i cent, tcdiii tlon. l.OfKldiv. r.iiK'Ish Di'Miated Ten Cups nnd SntiicisfS.' -H(lo7). nt 'le. pnlt. On uminli'tostoi U of I'riuo I, imps. 20 per cent ii'itiiftloii. (Ins iilnbi'. bcnuUfitlly ciiRinxed, 40c. lino. nl 2ic. I'.tcli. l'J lino CatNli.id China DlnnerSets, new doe- onitions, Rulil llucd. l'J 3 pious, newshnpo, $40si'tnt $JS".7. 10 lino Cm Isbnd China Tea Sets. rfi pleeos. richly di'cotntcd. new shape. $12 00 set. nt . MM Co Onyx Tables, with iwtta sholf of onyx. Siaoiit'ddi! the itoio hoi p. $3 41 50 Attsoiiln s-,i.iy ',-hour sttlko mnibluizrtl Clocks .it $1.15 each. Compli'ti' stock of Toilet Ket, 130 styles, 20 per cent, l eduction. On Complete; Ktock of Fine French Llmopn China Chocolnti' Pots, non-bun Uoxes. Fancy Flutes, Ciueker .Im s. Tote-.i- I'etc Sets, 01l e Dishes, and .ill fancy pieces. 23 per cent, ic- (ltl"l!()tl. Tula floor. WIPER" BROOKLYN, N. Y. BROOKLYN, N. Y. t.r nATTERMAivtv, L! -a M ri4 JCDa li'i N1 Limii I - F. .ii T'i' ir Broadway, Graham anil Flushing Aienues, BROOKLYN. N. Y. Oxford Ties, 65c. l,OI0 PAIRS llDIKVOXrORD TIES, II on coll Kid, f!un1?vfri, rolntert 1'atrnt Lcuther Tlpn; nli3 Caramon Srmc 13I itarr.tntrrt nen cood would be chenp nt Sl.ADf (o be ni Id lor OJc prr p ilr on MO.V. BAY, DrRiln Tnt)I ''rst door, front. G.oat J-l-y Rcduclian Szle ii Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Fabrics, and Emtrjlderies. 3 on can buy .Vie. Prlntoil China Silk. 20 Ini'hos w Ide. nt '' purjanl. Our Si Printed lmlin "-ilk. 24 inches wide, wns reilticeil to 4le. per rnrj. A $1.2" Ail-Mlk I'nlllo t'r.incalso. fnlr line of Bhiiile-. wns le-inml.'i il to tl'Jt. per jnril. All-Wnol Fieneh Chiillleo. neer Hold bettor tlmn ."mc . cloinj: price ''' per nnl. TDc. Silk nnd Vt'ool Ftrlped l'.itlsto are now S'ir. put j nnl. 4rt-inch All-Wool Htorm Serce. In navy nnd bl.uk. usually tOc, w.l! I;01W'-. per jnnl. Printed Cottnn liatlsto. lljjht ami dnrk cniiiiiil, wero roducod fiom U.'ic. to 7c i er ii i tl. Curileil Orcindles. elec.ant lino nf pnttorns. weio iciluei"! from ifc. i '"' per nnl. A lot of I.lnen Finish Chiinihrey. alunysacll at 12'iC . i.cm roiliieed to ier niril. '-Tie. i entch '('iihyrs. elecnnt lino of pattorns. weic leiluced I" - l-"c. jier Hrd. Duniestle Sitecn, neer Mild hottrr than inc.: inioe nsioni; an thui last, '' lu'rrurd. 27 inch SwNii riotitielni;s. formerly 5!)c. Weie fd tcnl to -''. per uud 4,"i Ineli SnlhA i'lniinclnsh, formerly $1.00, were reililced to-Wi. juirjaiil. K."c. .mil il.U): -tOlmh nll-wnol fnncr weiiM', In l)rih- Oooila, worn ledueed to Me. pel niil. OCI. A.'Dd iiS ST(tVI-;s, ( lubini; out at cre.itlv n iluecd prices. Doiible f!n Stno. full nlekil iIiihi1 nnd lu.u-1 en hum tlmi-, neit it '.n niaile. l O.'i. Double till Miiom. Inrcu nlz , I ost make, $i. it. HI II "le Oil Mo0, Int ROBle, tl'tr. The Ho nit v Oil Mine, thren I Inch wleks, tine liii'n eten-lon Inji, cist Iron oil tunk, Moo lull nickel plated, l V.I. Tho i unwiiMI btoM'.on tnnd. three fi-lneh wli'kc tiircK-holo etoin.on top, full nickel plated, iron oil tank, regular tuice of thin stm ll.is been S'l (it), to tloe nt $7 .50, lie-l thiei'ily Harden Hobo, complete, coupled and novlo: Ti feet $:' .17 rid loot $1.17 lleelK r.'lc. V I'niuo of u.ii i lock of hunii Moivuis bolow CKbt , REFRIGERATORS. ci.o.-.ixo oi'T orn stock oi'iiacdwood Hi:Fl'.Hii:itATOlt3 AT COhT. llefilcerntors mndn of eenr .TBh. antlrjun finish, warrnnted ehirconl llllcU, now lever lock, tnnu.o tiJinuilngs: Nn, 1 $r,t.l No. 2 S7.7S No. 3 $1.7.1 No. 4 40.7.T No. (I, double door..,, ,,,,vll.05 No. 7, double door. S13.1M No. 8, double door S1S.SO A fow flidohrnrds and extra larco size llo flizu'ratorHht cost. Dcftiulfil III suirr nnd vn Mtutibtd. Anton Iliiher of 123 Allen ftieet. auarrclled Willi his wlie uud l.noi'kod her down mien h ciinie lif'iii" fruin .3f.inhiitt.ui IIkicIi on l'riduy ninht, Jlrr brothiT, haniti ! 'Ill unison vrlio besn tht.' ni in u house, went to his sister's nfhlft.uicc, nnd Iluber n ill ud him in the heiui. face, nnil iirin. i'heu liutitetiuis Smith ntnt .Mouiiiu of (lie Uldriilcctrcft stallon wont to iirrect Huber Im npratitf out of a seoond Htrm witidnw lu his iiiuht clnthes, but was caituht nftoi i chnsn of four blocks, and clubliod Into submission. Justlcs llojjan at Kssex Markst ysiUrday hf Id him without ball to await the remit of Thompson' Injuries. Thompeonls InOouTer near llospltaL The knife penetrated his skull and fractured It and the atab In the aim tvered an artery. IMPORTING RETAILERS, Fulton St,, opposite DeKalb Aie. BROOKLYN. The syjftcm of selling every article at small profit, but of n thoroughly re liable quality, Is n ruling principle of this firm. CLEARING SALE, In ihv, Vlo:th Jfrjinrttncnt, Of Ciimt::;, ,!nc.r(s, llVap, Capr., Ufazn'.s. linglinh Waterproof Vitrf.v, and K'n.piivrs. at extensive re flnctions to etlvct an imme diate clearance. TacK-pts i'l..r)0; woro $7.50. Jackots, fi;..")(l; woro ?12.50. .IncUols, SS..rjO; woro Sl5.00. Jiifknts, .JlO.OtV, woro 10.01 .Titcl.ets, iri.()0; wore SnO.00. Jnckots, '20.00; woto $40.00. L:tro Wr.ips S.'i.OO; woro $10.00. Liu'o Wrnps, $10.0'); woro $20.00. Laro Wraps, $15.0'); woro $30.00. Lace "Wraps, $20.00; woro $40.00. Fn-scy Colnrod Capos, $9.75, $1175 and $18.75; wero $17.50, $23.0 J nnd ?.'52.50. Blnz-rs, $1.07. $2.37, $2.67, $2.97, $3.48, $4. 18 and $4.95; woro $2.00, $3.00, $1.00, $5.00, $(5.00, $7.00 and $8.00. Gingham Suits and Drosses, $7.30, ? 10.00, $12.50 and $15.00; woro $12.50. $15.50, $20.00 and $30.00; fitted without extr.i charge. "Wash Wrappers, 89 cts., 95 cts., and $1.33 all unequalled values. A fino lot of White India Lawn Wrappers at $1.98 each. A lot of Fancy Wraps and Shawls at $1.00, $2,00, and $3.00 each merely nominal prices. Summer Reduction Sale OF P1JVE MMOU&EMLEEP' lJmG gsiJ"EJyah Goods Taken from Ilegular Stock and Jflarkcd JDoicn lo JLcss Than Cost ot Importation. Huck and Damask Towels, 12J, 15, 17, 19, 25, 38, and 50 cts. Knotted Fringe TowoIb, 23x50, reduced from 38 to 25 cts. Hemstitched Huck Towels, fine quality, 25 and 37J cts.; reduced from 38 and 50 cts. 50 dozen Superfine Hemstitched Huck Towels, 50 and G3 cts. each ; reduced from 75 cts. and $1.00. Bleached Table Damasks, 48, 75, and 98 cK per yard ; reduced from 65 cts., $1.00, and $1.25. 100 dozen Double Damask Nap kins (26-inch), $2.98 per dozen; re duced from $4.00. g Napkins, fa-t selvage, 88 cts., $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, and $1.83 per dozen. Hemstilchod Sheets, full sizes, $1.75 per pair. Hemstitched Pillow Cases, $1.00 and $1.25 nor pair. Odds and ends of Towels, Trays, Scarfs, Doilies, .vc, at less than one-half of regular prices. 1,000 Kcmiiants and Short Ends of Fino Ilk-ached Damasks, Cro.tm and l'tirkoy Hod Damns'., at ono thircl less than regular pricjs. ir.v g ousts. Closing the .cawn. 2,000 Dross longths and short ends ol ftno imported Wash Goods of every description at moroly nominal prices. Jn looking through tlieso you aro suto to find what you want at less than half of tegular stock pricos. Jiomnantfl of White Goods and Linings at half prices. I'RIJYTIin CIIIJWI&IWjK 5)1.00 (Hudity for 75 cts. 1,200 yards China Silk, black grounds, small designs, this sea son's munufncttiro, in 8 to 20 yard longths, regular $1.00 quality, a 75 cts. pjr yard. Tk Pins' Gmttfe lo Nw Terk. HrpUe$ lo fUt$Hom atktd txery day by On ffunti and tituen$ of tht American mrtropolU. Suggeitions to $i)ht$eer$ end practical xnforma lion or practical people. The SunwiUpubltth, in Itmr for uir t i'te Columbus Celebration nrrf Oc IdIjci, n ni'iifcl tr.umque, and pi actical ovidetook tothit hi. II triH tell t niton ichal lite istti are, Amr ' 1 1 earh them, trl.ere to lodge and board u-hlle ',d r nnil the coil, ic'.rrc to do wholesale or retail t'lowtitj, Uoio to amuse themsehee, andgel rest tr' en ireai u of sighlseemq. II will be attrac tnel'j printed, pleasant to read, and the subnet mallei inllbe divided and arranged maieavl insw e the best t esulls. The retail price uitt be U cents per copv. The Sun's Quid itM alt tier unequilled and actpiumal opportunities to atfcer. titers. Those uh with further infermUo , this sulkot should aidrut Tht OniUMttk M partmenl tifthtXmt Ttrk Sum.