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NEW YORK SUNDAY MAY 14 1893 COPYRIGHT 1893 BY THE SUN PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION
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le Boulillier Brothers
14th Street
Extraordinary Offering of New and Seasonable
Drv Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices
TXTIUOIlDISARr HAM or
New Dress Silks
21lncli flgtir < vl Summer Mil
new deigns and coloring import
id for this seasons trade worth 39c
C > lIcnt
Twilled Slimmer Hllk Illtimln
ed figures nl n von best luiilltr
Chlni and India hllks JT me hes
wldu verY choice lIeslln nnil M I
orlngs actual mluu I to liO 69c
lInt
AllMil Crrpii I eloutlne latest
nnxelty for Mimmnr l onMuinos
lal1o ifn of light ami lark colorR
neer heretofore cold lo s hiii89g
JM nt
Fancy Impirtid Tnirotta Allk
hluck with coloieilMrl pea iinil lid 64
urns uoith JOU it C
lllnck Imported hurnlix nil silk 34
worlhOo O + C
Gloves
Iailln JlsleT oynlovos new 11 21
Fhades worth lle pnlr I I c
Ladle I R I Inn 1lslo rtnuntlet 1
Gloves cliolco shade worth 3So f I 25C
Ladles Mousquetnlre Chamois
fllcnos In whlto iud natural worth I JI 79
JOO per piilr f kC
Corsets
250 Dor II 18 lone waist Sum 49c
mOL Carson e
Underwear
HOD doz Ladles fibbed Balbrlg 4 Q
gi afl Vests worth 350 I 5S > C
410 dot lIens nnd Ladles Gauze
ami llalbrlggan osts and Draw J J 35
C
era worth > Uo
Tull llnei of our celebrated Jaeger Under
weir In spring weights at our Well known low
prices
Shirt Waists
Shirt Waists In choke designs 1
jot doz Ladles Cambria Shirt rtJF
Malsts blue black and Dink for A f C
Monday only forj 1
Special solo of Printed Dimity QO
Shirtwaists worth 1GO each at 98 C
Suits and Jackets
Ladles Illuminated Bergs BlazerO QO
Suits worth 750 Blazer398
Ladles Allwool Storm Serge
Blazer Suits colors Blue and Blacky Jl i
48
worth 1000 I
1
Cloilne out lot of Jackets In Better
and Butterfly Cape btylos worthQ 98
a60 to 000 at OB
Sheets and Pillow Gases
Kf All our sheet are torn by hand not cut I
by machinery and are therefore straight
when washed
Pillow Cases 42x36 Inches eachilk
Pillow Cases 4 5x inches eachific
Sheets 04x90 Inches each 44o
Sheets 63x90 Inches each 49c
Sheets 72x90 Inches each G5c
Bheots 81x90 Inches each GOc
Sheets 90x90 Inches each 07c
Upholstery Department
Cunio Draperies light colors
DraJerlell OOIOgsl
rich floral designs I worth ISc J Qa
per yard J 374C
300 Japanese nUllS 20x54
Inches worth 150 reduced to I 7OC
I Wll3 feet at 13O toll
1I1411uanl forapano Bun In all iliei
14TH ST
muslin Underwear
We will place on sale on Kondar 1000 dozen
Todies Muslin Underwear For qualities and
ptrlei and prices these are the ereatest bar
Entns ever shown In New York
Gowns nil sizes Vshapod trim
m1 with embroidery
down nil sizes square nock ALL AT
two row Inserting
Skirt all sizes cambrIc ruffle
eight tuck
skirt all sizes deep embroid 49c
ered ruffle
Corset Coors Vshaped front
nnd back trimmed with very fine
embroidery EACH
Drawers nil siren extra ne
embroidery trimmed
Will bo open for nil at 0 I oclock Drawer
Skirts Corsnt Covers nnd towns
More elaborately trimmed
at lID 70 oy 120 to 3llO
Also Special Hal of Infants
Wear Long and Hhort Dresses
Hntf Rod Caps and unndorwcnr
asocial ViO iloz ClillJran8 Draw < f OM
era at nor valr 1 JC
valrDress Goods
2 Cases Alt Wool Cheviots new
Btrloi most desirable coloring
and ICann all I vool Navy Blue Btorm
borg B all at 38 C
Bilk and Wool Chnngeablo Dress
Goods with the fashionable sued fV
ed effects worth 175 98 < C
Dress Patterns
050 Elegant Swiss Embroidered 4
Dross Patterns worth U50 to 500 1 48
Handkerchiefs
175 doz Ladles Whltn Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs scalloped bor
ders regular i5o Qimlltr at halt 4 T I
1
21
price 1 si 2C
Ladies Shoes
Ladies Black KM Oxford Ties
patent loather I trimmed I vlzos 23 > i RQ
to H 59c
Ladles Tan Ooat Oxford Ties
Ilzo 2 to 7 98 C
ALSO
Ovor GO different styles In Patent Leather
Tn and Maroon Goat White canvas lied
Goat lilk French Kid Cloth Tops Blucbor
and Oxford HOB at loW to aOO
Hosiery
Ladles Imported Fast Black Cot
ton Hose and Children last Black
Hevr Ribbed Cotton Hose worth 4 9
25epalr 1 7 C
Ladles and Mens Fait Black
and Colored Cotton Hose plain I
and drop stitch 25
Childrens Double Knee Fast C
Black Cotton Iloie worth 400 pair J
Dress Trimmings
Continuation sale of Jet Bead C
Edgings roluo 25o > at VC
Notions
Cutlcura Soap per cako I2c
Pears Soap per cako tic
Jules Lublns Soap per cako 7c
Hooks and Eyes per cross Go
Bolting per ploco 12c
Bone Cosing per piece lOc
Taffeta Ribbon per ploco 12c
Hair Brushes each 2 c
Bath Brushes each 2oc
14TH ST
WJdtuIanWo
Tomorrow Monday
5000 yards ftiuioiieii rjj00 Jabrb 7
III blnck and fashionable shades w WU Cm
yard
Also
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF HOP SACKINGS IN
BLUES AND BLACK
A CHANGE FOR EVERY ONE
GREAT BARGAINS THIS WEEK
IN CHAMBER SUITES
Jordan Moriarty Go
155 157 and 159 East 23d St
Wost of 3d Av
An opportunity which every Housekeeper should not fail to take
advantage of
ONE OF OUR SPECIAL BARGAINS
SOSO
II I j I
I I i
r
For this Oak Chamber Suite 3 Pieces
BpecUl reductions mad In the furnlililDit oC
COUNTUlf COTTAGES
It you dtilr
ACCOMMODATION
Vi will cheerfully comply wIth your requeit and eDdnur to mah the arrangcmeBli i tlif clory
I GAMMEYER
Stinipe on a Shoe
Means Standard of Merit
May Shoes
Stylish Comfortable Economical
LADIES OXFORD TIES
Russia Calf
Red Brown S2OO
Golden Russet 200
OxBlood Red 26O
Goat and Kid
Soolma Kid 150
Brown Goat 15O
Russet Goat 150
Canvas Duck
Seal Brown 150
Pearl White 150
Light Tan 200
Suede
Black Suede 200
Gray Suede 200
Tan Suede 200
Patent Leather
Patent Leather Viiinp 200
latcnt LcathcrLollisXVllcels3 00
All Patent Leather 400
TENNIS AND BICYCLE SHOES
AT LOW PRICES
SEND FOR CATALOGUE MAILED FREE
A J GAMMEYER
Sixth Av Cor 12 < h St
CAREY SIDES 9
Clothiers and Merchant Tailors
70 and 72 Bowery
4 Door Above Canal St
CREDIT
SPRING CLOTHING
For Men Youths and Boys
tflssortmcitt Unmifpaused
Mens Overcoats from 91O to 925
Mens Light Tweed Suits 91U to 920
Mens Cheviot Suits 912 to 920
Diagonal Cutaway Suits 91C to 92G
Hoyb butts 9250 to 910
Mens and Boys Dorby and Tourist Hats
Ladies Silk and Cloth Suits
Jackets Velvet Capes Cloth Capes with
velvet combination nil similes
Mlsset Suits Jackets Reefers Ac
Silks Batlns Press Oooils Linens
Weekly or Monthly Payments
OPEN HAirY UNTIL 0 I M
Siinpsoll n CraIord r Spon D JiJj f
If
A Concise Presentation of I fm
Special and Unapproachable Values Ij r f f I
LADIES SUITS and CLOAKS
125 Imported Suits SilOOO to 90000
loss than half original prices
Over 1000 Imported nnd cltymmlo
Jackets Q BfGMS to 84750 av
eraging abouWo Cents on tho dollar
of early prices
250 Imported Capes In Velvet Satin
and Cloth at 1375 really worth
2450
COO citymade Capes at 575 708
1018 1175 1375 all In tho
very latest styles and pronounced
bargains
AU our high Novelties In Paris and
Berlin made Capes at 91075 to
5000 greatly below cost of Impor
tation
LADIES UNDERWEAR and
HOUSE GOWN DEPT
French handmade Gowns 108275
French Iiandmado Chemises 125 108
French Jiandmndo Drawers 130 198
Domestic Gowns Chemises
Drawers and Sldrts49 75 08c
Waists In Lawn Percale
Cheviot Chambro nnd
Sateen 75c U8cl3
India Silk Waists 208875480
Cambrlo rappers7 08c 130
Cashmere and rChllHle
Wrappers 875 575
Special collection of Tea
Gowns In India Silk and
Cashmere 750 12 O
MENS FURNISHINGS
Finest French Crepe Neckwear silk
embroidered In Puffs Tecks and
rourlnUands 125
Washable Neckwear plain colors
and fancy checks nnd stripes 25c
Mohair Office Coats In gray and
brown similes 175
Fancy Flannel Outing Coats in
plaids and stripes 308
Laundered Negligee Shirts in fancy
figures stripes and solid colors 08c
Oxford Gray Cashmoro Ribbed Blcy
clo Hose 08c
Genuine French Balbrlggnn Shirts
and Drawers best finish all
sizes i SOc
Silk Slumber Rugs
350 Florentine Silk Slumber Hugs
Fancy Stripes at 70c each vftluo 150
RUG DEPARTMENT
Japanese Hugs carpet sizes In styles
and colorlugs of highcost India and Per
sian Carpets from 748 to 226O each
2500 rolls Japan and China MattIng
from 448 per roll upward
6th Avenue 19th to 20th Street
SILK DEPARTMENTr
PrTetiI
Real Japanese Wash Silk 3 I C
Real Japanese Hiibutal Vash
Silks extra quality newest
1
styles 622O
Brocaded > e m do Sole In change
able effects I 25
Colored Arimiro Crystals in a
vast assortment of now tints I 38
Changeable Taffetas In all tho
newest comlinatjons89c
27Inch Printed Japanese Silks in
small neat figures 79C
DRESS GOODS DEPT
Per TTnrd
Allwool Cheviot Sultlngs43c
Fancy Hop Sack Suitings Mlnch49p >
Crystal Bengallne 89C
French Whipcord 69C
French Serges 49C
French Crcpon 69d
Black Bedford Cord 59C f
Fino Scotch Ginghams I 7Cm
LACE DEPARTMENT
There Is not In this country such a
complete nnd varied assortment of loom
and hand made Laces as can now be
seen In our Iiaco Department
Special Values In Staple Laces Allsilk
Black Chantllly Laces 6 Inches wide
12p yard worth 20o 8 inches wide I fr
25c yard worth 37c TO
LADIES RIBBED UNDERWEAR J
Ladles Bicholleu ribbed Wile
Thread Hose tan and suede USa
Ladles genuine Swiss Ribbed Lisle
Thread Vests in white and all
colors and sizes 48o
Ladles genuine Swiss Ribbed Silk
Vests all colors and sizes 75o
LINEN DEPARTMENT
Best quality SHEETS nnd PILIiOW
CASKS at 25 per cont less than selling
price of the material viz
Hoadymado Sheets 3x2V yds SOot each
Pillow Coses 15x30 inches 18c each
COx3G inches 14c each
UxiJG Inches 15c each
UPHOLSTERY DEPT I
Point DKsprlt Lace the newest stylo
lace for window decoration In beautiful
designs at 75c and 08c per yard value
150 and 175 iT
Chenille Curtains figured all ovor at
508 per pair actual valuo 11
6th Avenue 19th I to 20th Street Y
BARGAINS DURING THIS MONTH
i r g 1
i
o riit CHAMBER SUITS 1250 to 40
PARLOR SUITS I IN Alr ItOOIIH rNSUIMASHFD FOB
IN AII TilE IATrT c OVIKINHS FINISH ANn Ilim IIIIITY
FROM 540 TO SI25 FOI1tISU nriiH rtM TO BJSOO
CARPETS
MOQVETTK8 ELVhIS ItOIY HIIUSKIS TAP ESTKV AND INC1RAIN5 800 to ft JS Qllr
rIAUEI flElOERATORS 10
CLOTH > I TIMI UAIIV CAR
Te bur a good tiling Inftmilti TOO lOut t o 10 the
rlibttlace I Inferior tcolt are alaujprice Ulr ACCOUNTS OPENED
dealing It what lion people n lvsry 1 dollar e > I
at our ritabllihmtnt you aro s n get full > aiu for
Every article boubl or ui can A Ovo sIr uran TERMS T 0 SUIT I rJ
tee Our uowreomi ITO large an I eti lUrlt1 nil I lie
log lecated the mllt or Hie r < ulldry ioodi dliinci
NO KXTKA CIIAKUK FUn CHKDIT
where competition It 10 greet > u call Jipend upon It 1
tbat onrprlcei art the very leet 1 for rellablt utoji SUM Fit CATAUMUIC
MUTUAL FURNITURE MFG CO
Southwest Conner of 6th Ave and 7th St
IML
MEXICANS FA rOIl XUE WOOZDS FAIR
Pcrnuuicnt Mexican Exposition to be Held
In New Tork City
During the presnt month the Governors of
MX Important States of Miiloo are expected
to Tlslt Nw York onj their war to the World
Fair at Chlcatfa They aro aen J V Ylllada
of the Stato ot Mexico Qen Josus Arechlca of
the Stab of Zacatacas GOD Frnnoisco 0
Aro of the Stato of Guorrtro Gen Itafaol
Cruvloto of tho Stato of Bldaleo Daniel Fran
coals of the State of Yucatan and Gen Carloa
Bier Gutierrez of the State of Ban Luis Feted
Before their return from Chicago thor will
make arranireuieita for the transfer of the
exhibits of their respective States at tho Co
lumbian Exhibition to tho permanent ex
position of Mexican products which will oc
cupy the upper floors of the Industrial nail
atl Lexington avenue and Fortyfourth street
the lower portion of tho building being used
hl the Inltrd States lost Ufllce Department
Jill permanent exhibition trill b opened Im
moillntelrufter the close of Columbian 1x
lIoijltlon and Mr Tellp O Canton of this
city hits been appoInted DlrtctorUenoral of
the lWI3rtatctn by President Diaz Mr Can
ton who is a native of the Hlate of Yucatan
IIHN recently returned Irom a visit to the Mex
ICIIII capital > Ho mild yesterday
I do not think that Mexico ever had a better
chaucoiif I deoloi > more friendly and large
ly imvoinoil commercial relations with the
1 lilted btttton than ut the prenant time Tho
trip through the republic made at the begin
ning of the 5 eai by a large party of American
muniila turers not only nhuwed to a lire body
of ri > pre intnll > ebUBln s men the grand pos
blbllltli oi the country > butit cove nn Impetus
10 tlio commercial element of Mexico which
willcumltmtB when the permanent exposition
pens In Sen iorkclty Ilero will exhibited
every cnnceimblo product my country and
uy kubriitiiH clud fiom tho various tltato
all that It ofctltilo will lo done to stimulate
commercu between the to republics
In I tha ueubllbhtug of aa International Bu
nuu of ipimntrcv which purpose the per
mHt extIttillOn U I intenjol to sorv no ono
hUd IIHlllo Ilmor Ilronounrel1 fillPlort than
IrasiiltMit Din hlm601l 10 haM cOlllmunlratod
wIth tie IJOIUIIII11111 01 Acrlculturu
01 the
soeml ittItwe Iolnlllll out Ihe
IIIl1ny ways In
which the
fllturoijt III I1Hlco with the Ullllud
btnlo will Iti immured by tho
lerUinnont ox
hlblt 01 their Irolucl
Homo dissatisfaction hOlHVr It woulIIlP
pear has been causud by Irenhient lilns an I
re
lent action prmlJing for lioeminnt
oil tied On April 5 the 1zoiJ lit ron
tine U ecoti
that in order to most t the oi enret of hii ult
eminent for thu ensuing It
ear which
were es
tluiatPd at 4y0WOi0 Ii Vssjrl
it woulIllv t nu e88ary
to Ilupose export ditties on hemp eolten nnd I
hides 1 ho production of tliu two I flrst named I
commodities nro cliloll eonllm1 the Mites
of l lueatuu anti Vora Cruz alter thor
looKid upon ui Infant Induntrles nuedlnc pru ui I
tetloii In these Wtatoii therefore tho com
irnrlul element which has all along bORIi in
uccord With 1rosldunl itlac and his loud la
cow arrayed opposition
luin Jostf llorrvriw rt business man of Yu
catan who nrcltlllI this city from Vera Cruz
in April J7 by tho steamship City of Washing
ton taking on thlssuojoct yeaterduy tald
Iho prupoHitlon of export duties is I very
cpiiEiant to planters and manufacturers tUt I
II MlT think that Ireildout Diaz will withdraw
It I Iaot lour Iho Hlalo of iucatRn cxportod
HtxxidOii of hemp und the balo of Vera
ru7XiiououO 01 > t coffee If President la
foiU hit iolici 11Jf liuioslng thoc ditties it
tth uisiourag our peuplo from lueronslng
tb I 0 inV turl 01 the country and thus militate
5alnst l urtrorini inoaijerlty
iniVilluJl 1 I was III Wra I Iruz I attended meet
difl nl 8 ii CiSirf growers hell iii l the plazas who
dil
Illut hesitate
blmiu tn denounce such a courb
Wa Mipswiireiilfotikon In lucatun It
111111111 Iccllturl t1ll1t dllliatloni 01
f svflttttte uICVUU tolee lunteri lfbr cultivators ropro anti
nitnufliclunIP hollhl jroeoet to thv
ht
tCh0l5 or l ut all ti ltriuili y lit I tHe matter
0
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Ihe
hresltiit
Iii I Is Iii mllll6trltllon
1 i1liet ti tttt I 11111 Idral I J I bitt II L he wllllclr 1 a
thu l II 11rnlln to tli e ir irs u Ii eat s At
Hi I lresit lInUI e It would 14 I Ulilortunatn
I I il t i 1111I t itt lvi ottI title thould check
tt i ir11 I illr rooleir liti Inok upo
rxi nlr II > III IttIrti Ilfiicoiinil the ermanent i
oiiMii J i o rli II is 118Cc l IfI fly to
III
II Ir
Jlrtii j ir nulIrr1I1 Mill > ns l > i > twen
iitho
L nllld
Lnitidbtatesthtn boforo I I
eo
STATELY AND fULESDID
1m the Minuet Danced In Quaint cad a or
ceous Oldtime CovtumeB
The oldtime stately minuet has been re
vived and now Introduces the dancing at
fashionable London balls and receptions It
figures too in all entertainments on this side
tho Bin of which dancing is a feature Certain
t numbers of the guests Invited to n London
I ball are > requested to appear In the powder
and patches of the oldtime belles and beaux
and tho ball opens with the graceful figure
danced to slow and pjoaslne music To see
the minuet Its very best one needs to watch
two pretty women as they step tho measure
with lleht and dainty stops and courtly bows
and courtesies Tho regular minuet dross Is
copied from tho Vatteau period and consists
of a white or paletinted Mile brocaded with
floral patterns and trlmmod at the bottom
2
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with bows of ribbon A pointed bodl e of tho
broeado lace down tho front anti Is drRllod I
AIoUI the shoulders with mnusicllnorte sole of I
whlto or bright colors which are reproduced
iiLalu In the full panniers arranged about the I
lulL It In I only a Urn wotnnn that can wear
HiUilreBu with any notlcfactlon to herself or
lilt OM elsa but It In only the slim woman
ala that can do anrthlne involving gratsful
I motion or iiieturesnu < costume The gentle
I mans drc s Is of Joul XV orlcln the full
iklrteii out If pink eatln udeed with cold
laco and ornamented with cold buttons Tho
caret anti wrist rulllo aro of fine creamy
I IHCO thuUnen breeches aro of satin the hose
h of whllfcllL nnd tho threecornered hat U of
I chul lint 1 with Latin and edged with cold
1
I
Irll SurrrnJrrn to the United Htaten Court
George Hamilton Fell surrendered himself
senttrilar to nlted I States District Attorney
Mitchell to answer the old Indictment chare
Inc him with conspiring with Peter J Claas
6011 to wreck the hlxtli National Bank Ills
I brother harlts L I tell furnished S7500 baiL
JIII was iarlni > on Nov 21 br Gov Flower
lid hail been coinicted In the State courts of
stealIng thirty one bonds from the Lenox
Jlank lie wasiontdncpil to seven years Im
prisonment width he had served two year
live months und fourtrvu days
lU llnliter Lincoln Helurni
The lion Robert T Lincoln xlllnlster to
Oreat Britain arrived on the American liner
New York yesterday morning Mr Lincoln I
loft In 1 hits evenlni for two or three weeks
Itching with a party of friends In Ohio Thenco
ho will so to Chlraen anti utter spending the
urnmor principally In holiday puuultn he
will imaurnii oilh charge of his business
iiflulrn oarly iu the autumn
nn MILLER DEXASDB IllS CHILD
He HOT II Mirth and the Death of III
WIre Were Concealed Irom Him
Habeas corpus procoedtnes brought by Dr
Otto John Miller of 340 East Thirteenth street
to obtain the custody of his 0yearold daugh I
ter Lucy by prior marriage have been sent
by Justice Patterson of the Supremo Court to
James J Xealls to take and report the evi
dence
Miller whose family name la Mueller mar
ried on Dec 28 188tJ Elizabeth Acker daugh
ter of David Acker of 180 Ellen street Brook
hn who has the child Miller was a medical
student nnd took his wlfo to reside with his
family Three months after tho marriage sho
returned to her fathers house to live saying
that Miller had beoncruel to her andshe could
not lIve with him The child whoso birth
Miller says waq concealed from him was born
at her fathers house on Nov 21 lti81
Mr Acker avers that Millar contributed
nothing to the support of his wife sail child
and did not even Inquire about them after
his wife returned to Mr AcUcro house
Miller had not leon his wife In her Illness nor
attended her funeral Acker declares that he
believes Dr Miller wants the child In order to
get Its interest in Its greatgrandmothers
estate
Dr Miller says that Acker conspired with
Ellraboth to keep the knowledge of the birth
of the child from him Ha was not informed
of his wifes Illness or death Dr Miller says
ha has married again and can provide for tho
ohlltl
Amelia Mueller of Froth Pond aunt of Dr
Miller makes affidavit against hlsappllcatlon
Mrs Mueller says site visIted hllralieth while
she wan living with Dr Miller and Mrs Miller
said I cant stand it any longer I am so
sIck They wont even let mo sit at their ta
ble
bleMr Acker submits adoption papers signed
by Judge Moore of Brook yn on Dec 1C IKS
giving him the custody of the child Ho got
the child on consent hlsdnugntnr and on
allegations that thpqddress of its father was
unknown to him and his daughter
DOCTORS PASSES
A Convenience that Mot ot the Profcueloa
Appear Not to Have Heard Or
During the Columbian celebration last fall
physicians wore put to some annoyance try
Ing to est through tho police line The Board
of Aldermen passed an ordinance giving the
Superintendent Police poworto Issue passes
to physicians who want them
It seems that this ordlnanoe Is practically
unknown to the medical profession as not
more than a dozen physicians have applied
for permits They aro Issued on tho presenta
tion of a certificate of registration and the
personal appearance of the physician desiring
the alPBllrllnco permit the bearer to pass
the police linen at fires as well as to papa
Broadway or 1Ifth avenue when It Is cleared
tor a parade
A 111OF1SBIOAL 1VllSE SXATCIlEtt
Mr OaUey Hrlnd the Thief and Held Her
Until a Policeman Arrived
While looking In a 1 show window In Sixth
avenue near Twentythird sti cot on FridaY < af
ternoon Mm Fannie Oakoy of t05 Lexington
avenue wlfo of exDUtrlct Attorney Oakey of
Brooklynwile roughly jostled by a resptctnblo
looking quietly dressed woman Mm Onkoy
paid no attention to the woman but stepped
aside A moment later Anothershnpp r stand
mc near raid to Mrs Oakey In a low voIce
That woman Is I trying to steal your purse I
Mrs Oakey turned and haw the woman who
had jostled her putting tho purse into her
pocket belrlng the woman Mrs Oakoy took
the puree away and held her until Detnitlva
Kemp came and arrested her At Jefferson
Market Court yesterday tin woman was rocog
njzod as Katharine Ionnhue a professional
pickpocket A purse containing H7 was
found In her possession and the pollen would
like to find an owner for It Hhe wa > held for
examination on a charge stealing Mrs Oak
eje purso e
Hud n thug Too I
J on furl
MM JIIckflWhat nonsense the papers do
print Ilrra Is l a story about a Prize light
headed The Best Man Won
Hlckit W ell what about It f
Mr HlcksThe Idea of having a best
mall II a pdz lIthU 0
XAWTER nETXZKLSIAX SISfT TO JAIL
He Failed lo TurnOver to n Client All the
Money Ha Had Collected
An order for tho commitment of Lawyer
John II Halnzelman to Ludlow street jail for
falling to pay ieai3 which ho had collected
for William Cook a Southerner was signed by
Justice Barrett of tho Supremo Court jester
da Vfhlla Cook was halting this city on May
1888 ho mot Josephine Morris In the street
She robbed him of 400 and when she was
arrested 245 wan recovered and given to the
proporty clerk ITelnrclman was employed by
Cook to cot It and Cook IMO him 2t ns a re
tamer H collected I the money but gave
only part to Cook Justice Barrett on AprllU
directed him to pay 11MIU within threo days
110 paid only SIll
Holnpolman was assigned by the Court In
181K to defend Juglro thnJapaneno murderer
and alter Juclron conviction anti fiontenco tilt
dlcoxery was made thnt llolnolman had
never been admitted to tho bar although he
had been practising for 8Mernl years Much
Rymtnthr wits expressed for him Ho wan not
punished and afterward was admitted to
the bar
THEY IIIIXK sionias iris THE THIEF
And thnt He Tried lo Well Them Hack the
Fur lie Had hlolen
The fur store of Baronkopf > t Blourock at 40
Bond street was robbed on May of 2000
worth of skunk mink and stonemarten pelts
These furs wore marked with the llrms trail
mark B On Friday a welldrnised young
roan who said he wa John Morris of Chlcnco
entered the store and offered to sell some line
mink and Blunt furs which had been sent him
by his uncle in Chicago Mr Ulourock accom
panied him to 71 ElIot lOltth street and no I
ticed that the skins shown him bore no trade
mark and that out of every skin a small pioco
had been cut and the hole sewn together with
line thread Mr Blourock was sure that these
were the furs that had been otolrn from his
firm lie mado on Appointment to meet tho
r ounJ man bat evening at tho nous but sent
Detectives Ilanlou and Sloan who arroited
Morris Be told them that he had Just re
ceived the furs from a cousin In Elgin IlL
Jefferson Market Court yesterday lie was
held for examination
Got Drunk After the Keelay Reunion
A man helplessly drunk was found In tho
waiting room at tho bridge entrance early yes
terday morning by Policeman HarUs rrho
took him to tho Oak street station When ho
had sobered up the prisoner said ho was
Eugene Lane 40 years old and that ha lived
In Brooklyn In the Tombs Police Court Lana
told Justice Martin that hn had been an In
mate of the Kp117 Cure Institute at hito
Plains fr nhout a month and had come to
town on Wednesday night to attend a reunion
of Keeloy graduates at Association Hall Ha
had no recollection of what occurred after the
meeting As ho promised to return Immedi
ately to White Plains If released Justice Mar
tin discharged him
The Free Vrn Hj uleul Abandoned
After a three years trial tho Episcopal
Church of the Archangel on fit Nlchola
atomic between 11711 antI 118th streets has
abandoned tho tree pow system and cone
back to renting the pawn ThIs action was
iloeldea upon litton idler the oI Kon Of tho
now vestrymen nt aater 1 time and In nceonl
aneo with tholr drcltlon thin pews Wero rented
on this owning nf Jlni l iho mlo was con
tinued last night
I lit hllnle WAS not made because of flnnn
cllli si rail s nttho I ehurch Is I In I a llourlnhlntr
condition but It wan found that the Sunday
collodions cero not mimclint to meet run
ning expenses owing to the churchs con
stantly Increasing fluid of actIvity
More Money fur tile Home Stole Fund
The National Tedoratlon of America lias reo
qolvod the fellowlnc subscriptions since Its
last report Tho HOT Dr Conaty State Treas
urer Massachusetts iriOOOj Morgan J
Ollrlon lKj tho liev JI J Layette 100
William hlstan ti IranoU J Byrne
Branch 1 M niPiil Tonn SI Daniel P
tullhan Brnnoh I 21 t Mnnaehusttt fIll
Michael OKeefo lliancli 20 Massachusetts
10 Thomas llnrke 1rnsKUnt Branch it 1 New
York city f1ll John hagun Branch 10 lid
sea Mass 10 Norman Lawlor ti John
Coinrrove San Dlean Cal 1 1ranklln
Pierce New York eity 2 James Barrett
Clifton lIi2 Total fri2M alreadyuckuowl
edged tlibJO total to date JlOl a
2AK11 lint IITJtll
IIIIIl Mtninrj SIiu lie It t Into bt Not JyIDII
tn Coina llinU 110 Nrw York
Billy MoGlorj thin t notorious for whom
Sheriff Gorman und bitt deputies have bon on
the lookout slnco tho list day of Iebruary has
been hfiird from In UenMir where It Is ro
portil lie H f iljltie of consumption tho same
disease that loin Doubt dodged Ludlow street
juill iii
I dont bellevn that MrOlory Is I dying of
coiiHiunptlon saId Lawyer DsUd Levnntrltt
counsel for Lnnohnn A Co tho BaltImore
whlsknyiloal rH on whoso judgment MeOlory
Iu I wanlid 01 one thIng J nm surllloulh l >
that he is not dying to get
nnd that lstliat back to
Non ulk
Mr otrntrltt 1 said that hit Is not surprised
to hour that Mcdlory IR l In Denver as he nu
Informid liy the lotlers counsel August
Knhii nt Iho tlmnof the zthiyo keepers this
nppeanuice that ho had gone West with bin
wi I
McOlory Is a fugitive berauseof an order
Issued by Judge H P MeGown of the City
CHurl lIbeling his commitment to Ludlow
street for contempt In refusing to pay a line of
SlfiOO Imposed ou him for refusing to appear
In Munplementary proceedings under Lanahlln
iVCo ti judgm
Streak IlnnkaUlt I
It WAS said yesterday that the remnant of
I ho County Democracy has been trying to so
Nile a meeting to declare tho organization
dMmnded There are no few of the members
lift that difficulty Is experienced In securing
iiuunrum It Is desired to disband the old
County Democracy and leave l It not even the
Foniblaneeof nn Organization It Is said so
that It will interfere In any way with the
loral faction which the antlonappers hope to
oignnly against Tammany Hall this year and
hlsJfnr
which they Imagine Is to be nurtured by pap
from Washington I
The CII > as Wurdu Slut He Well Fed 1
Comptroller Myers has requested tho Board
I
of Health to Investigate the sanitary condition
of all Institutions to which children have been
committed whose car Is a charge against the
olty and to report to him not only regarding
the I accommodation but the food furnished
The Health Board has agreed to make the in
eatlcutlon and has appointed Dr Moreau
Ideals to superintend the work
I
Her Death lies to Natural Cause
Mm Mary Palkanback of 308 East Twelfth
street dial early yesterday ExDeputy Coro
ner Ilerold reported to the pollc that she had
died from malpractice Helen Honpe of ISO
Second avenue the midwIfe who attended her
and the dead womans husband were arrestnd
s hn arraigned In the l > scx Market Pollco
Court the last was at once discharged but the
woman was held till after the autopsy when
fine too was discharged The examination
showed that Mr Ialkenbacks death was not
due to malpractice
To Iltlp the N Y Athletic Club llulldlag
Fund
Tho New York Athletic Club gave a circus at
Dickels Hiding Academy yesterday afternoon I
for the benefit of the clubs building fund and
they repeated the circus last night It was
more ot aaudelllo performance than it elm
cus however and a doren or moru clever en
trrtalners from tho arletystae furnished the
amusement In tho ring > mll Anthonr gave
an exhibition of high school riding and there
were broadsword coin bate tumbling and aero
bathe feats

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