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B'Mil " THE WORLDi SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1892. :
ftp ' TO-MORROW,
& Sunday, August 28.
$? At Mill Urns on million men at least
Bk?, gkM telklns about a certain well-known
A- MbM of this ltepublio and dUeusaiuir
A gats ntanrti of mocws in a coming con-
Kv Mt Orortr OIYslnd is not the man's
k hm, nor It bit nams Benjamin Har-
t rftMi, Th au who occnples hundreds
tfttttmaaads of adult mindt and tpnrt
J?. aJlstMll boys to nobla endeavor UMr.
f eta h. ftnlMvan. It it not any de.
, ,., att so add to man't fondness for flHht-
gV tot tfctvt bat induced Tb Sundix Wonu
id Ppar for to-morrow such an acccmut
f Mr. SuUlwn U snail make every man
Kt ko atndiea It faal that be baa teen the
fa, aVbtet wider a microscope. Far from
H Mr. KtmlBffton Is an artut whose wor
;') my one knows. lie It the only man por-
, kalmwkomUet every creature that he
4X. eVawt look u though he were alive and
fi sYliifi his best, lilt paintings ol thin-
y-' ISfged hut vicious Indians: 01 top-heavy
at Mgns,and ot bad, tall cowboys are to
',' trae that they make the Impending dls-
k Haaraaoe of those specimens from the
: eartoYs surface a matter of slight Impor-
! tas.ee, Wr. Bemlngton Is fond of fins aal-
'S saals and men. With Artnur Brisbane he
& (tent two days studying the physical
;f tsake-up ot Mr. Sullivan, the one man
S who could knock down aoowborand bis
f (joay, throw an Indian about at far at the
7, Indian could throw a tomahawk, or five a
X bsson a sever headache with one little
"jft tntftcb. Mr. Htmington hu sketched
;4 What bt saw, and the pictures, a One lot
V- etUm,wlil be published In Tbi BciiDir
Y WtaLn to-morrow. They give a tar bet
k Mr Idea ot the wonderful fighter than
ii, ' Mythlng that has ever been tald or writ-
fr-f tea about him, and every man with active
I Mood Will delight in ttudlng these trtls-
j Uo Impressions of the man whose gresu
i attarestioathiitoildrocki "lean lick
p aatf matt on earth."
1- When, In the beginning, the race to which
V. Mhllivatt beiobgt was demonstrating to
if!, tae rest ot mankind that it was meant to
Wm rnW thil planet, what was It that counted
K kh the strngtler It was not the one
H Vtttry Id the Ahglo-Saxon, nor any non-
k tMst Ot that kind. It was the sort ot
Hi sMscl that at tblt moment Is tuokod
K4? way m great bubchet lb tho neighbor-
H$t bood of John U Bulllvan's shoulder-blades.
,., U Mr. Blehard Wateon Ulldcr la writing
Mttrr tc-dy. ciBDy in the consciousness
H& ttvtt he belongs to tbe conquering race,
K tt Is bteaus in the beginning that race
Mr fSltted largely ot Sulllvans. Qltcrctoro
B'j.' Btery man, from a poet down to a banker,
H suy and should feel Interest and toko
'ft fWlde In Jobn L. Hulllvan. Theso things
ms,? V explained fully by Arthur Brisbane
?". si the article which ho hot preuared
E Wlih Mr. Kemlngton. Mr. Brisbane la
Wi-h Mtttllarly Otted to explain to man
Ik, said what a great man John I.
ttttllvaa is. It waa Us proud prlvl-
L', tat to behold Mr. sulllvan aa he
Bir wried lh trtihdly Unas with tht
HK MlaM of Wales (to study hla proud near-
RJ ' tng a he first came Id sight ot the shores
Bfr 01 Ireland t to aympathltt with his atrug-
ty, (tea with the Iteneh languagt while
Wkf tralaMatU'irraace 1 lo witness olten tbat
El pefttlo Whloh Mr. Bulllran good-
-VJ naturedly desorlbes as kuooklbg a
H' shall k Ulle," Mr. Brisbane, with a Oddity
K' uatntutt unciuestionsbiy trouble lio-
H - Wall it his grave, laya bar to the publlo
4 fch sou, the mind and especially the
Mtelt ot Mr. Bulnvon. This story by
KT BMninton tnd Brisbane will probably
H MUatr tht moat hi dtht seeker tor knowu
MtK hMUt tht hardest hitter on earth.
K, WAN MoALLIsm
Kw, ThU OlsUngUtaaed Uin, who writes tor
fo, TUS lOMtiiT WoaLD only, and who never
K' tniU to instruct and ehtertaln at the ssme
Hp title, writes this week on tho subject of
p;? Ub. ciubt came to us from Knginnd,
and Mr. McAllister explains how itupor-
, tut they ait to lire here below and what
K' they should be. Oldmembortof tlisllnlou
Kf Club Will delight la Mr. MoAlllaiet's
R;j, ntnlAlscenses, bd young men who ekpect
K to b mtntbert when they get rloh will
pj" Btl that the object whloh thef hare In
.f salhd la tndttd worth while.
f IWYARO IIPLIH6,
URc TBI avxolY Wosu, tor the amusement
B'' of Its readers, will publish complete In to-1
p, morrow edition Klpllhgs novel, The
M? tight That Failed." Tblt Is a story that I
Hif baa eot tor Its motive abuse ot this great
Hnr ountry, and Mr. Kipllug in writing it
Kji waa apparently not surfering from liiiil-
Bp tjettlod, a he usually is. It is a good
HV ttory to read and cast aside. It will In-
rt ttrtst without worrying the reader.
I MELEM WATTERSON.
HV Irtry mkn, after readlbg the arttolo which
Hy Helen Watteraon has written for this
Rfv BUnbtr ot Tbi BtmnAT WoitLti, will prob-
Ht ably take better care ot himself than he
HCvm bsaddbe hitherto in tho way ot eating
B(.- hd thus add many years to bis lire. A
Mji'i; German proof-reader with a turn for
B; fatten l investigation, calculated tint If
B tino Hundred Thoutaud men nould act on
H' the hdvlCe givm by Helen Wattcrson that
E each would live two years longer en an
K? average than would other tte have been
K' the hate, and that many millions mil bo
It, added to the wealth ot the nation by thesa
KV added years of erfort on the part of highly
K. Intelligent men. The article tolls that a
Kf - Itaa't body It like an engine aud hli food
HfcU Sbetutt What telenco lias tossy about
Vvn the tun for the engine Is attractltoly set
H r- forth. Most writers would do such a
tfy piece of work dlrferenttytiom Helen Wat-
gKii terson. she makes eery line of it inter-
K HIIS. VAN RENSSELAER.
HIkv In T"" Bcndiv Wokld to-mnrrow, Mrs.
PPEv,'.. vn Ksnsielaer continues her description
PRft.' 01 the World's falrwondeis. Ulsagratl-
HBjF; tyln tribute to the convincing character
HBl'lJt'. ct Mn VlD itensselafr's criticism that
Hfljt Chicago should hare rccognlzi d the truth
HMp ( the revere remarks which the was
HjK'ri compelled to make on cblcasro archt-
HKj, tecture. It It a one thing to bo recognized
K't at the best art critic lu America, but
HH!t admirers ot Mrs. Vonllens'elapr'a wrltlnys
Jfi will feel a new pride on learning that
Bt-Ty Chicago, tbu energetic but untutored,
PHLl ' " humbly before her irlsdcm.
RljEIOME t JEROME.
HPHHfcj That Xngllah writer, who produced
r "fUga-Und" and "three Men in a
f? Boat," kas written a short story lor Tbi
r- ,iWAT Wobia Amertcaat who believe
D la ttaerjc Washington no more sincerely
ft . 'fssajiltWtaaKrwiUhmaae.
gaValftgMHtsi 5 ?,
sot be funny will stndy Mr. Jerome'
style with surprise, perbtpt.
W. S. MOODY, JR.
Each week Tni Schdat Woatn reviews
the painful labors of the professional
humorists. Jokes and pictures are re
viewed, and to cscb nineteenth-century
setter his due is meted out. Words of
wisdom accompany this review, and of
criticism as wclL. Mr. Moody, who writes
tho rovlew foi this week, concludes that
this would be a gloomy world If we had
nothing but the week's work ot tunny
memo cheer ua. Ho prtiiesMr. Taylor
and censures London Punch. Uo Is se
vere, but Just.
J. J. EAKINS.
The racing tout It atyoe springing up
In this land and multiplying as betting
grows. lie la a careless, happy creature,
well worthy etuay. Mr. Eaklns, who
knows moro about racing and mcing ani
mals, horses and men, than any one rlie,
describes the day's Ills of a typical tout.
Bomo day the great American novelist
will come along and surprise everybody
by making a good story out of plain
home types. It the great American nov
elist has already discovered himself he
will do well to keep Mr. Xaklns't writings
on hand. They will be good to paste In
RE6INALD OE KOVEN.
Mr. De Koven, In the language ot fhsun
ccy uepew after dinner, Is a man whom it
Is unnecessary to Introduce to any Intelli
gent audience. Mr. De Koven writes for
tbi BDNOir wonin, and tor no other
paper on musical topics. Svcry one who
Is Interested In muslo will wsnt to know
what Mr. De Koven has to tay In Tni
Sunday Wosld to-morrow. Those who
do not know much about muslo In tbe ab
ttract thould read all that Mr. De Koven
eayt, It only out ot gratitude for tbe solid
comfort ther And In stnglhg his song,
"Obi Promise M that Borne Day Tou'll
Tbe above are bnt a few of tbe features
ot this good number of Tni Huxiuy
Would. Tli some number telle of soma
wonderful girls who are ooming to town
and who can kick aud otherwise perform
In n way to enro any pessimist. Their
Slctures arc attthotlva a&d art baa repro.
uced them In Tnn WohLft faithfully.
The oholera it a nice, oreepy toplo now.
It bat not been utgleuled. Those who
like to shudder will be able to Rrallfy tbat
liking, in moderation by readilicTltE Sun
oit yVobmi'h Rrtmsom retulniscouooR. k
new llowcry It discovered nud described.
The JuitgemaUU ot liternturo. otherwise
the formulas with liich editor of nil
kinds crush the souU of lnrorriciblo
writers, aro minted in nil their hcartloss
est. lludil Doblo, wbo can drivo n trot
tint! borso better tlinn nny ono else is
bold np tn public admiiatlon. Ho aro tho
Croat trotters Unit buve shaved down tbo
seconds in tbo mile.
Get Tin: Sunday Woni.n, rend it all.
and you will bless tbe modont writer of
this i'nndequnto advertisement.
SICK fiNDTIRED OF NLW YORK.
A Philadelphia Man Pats a Bullet !
Into His Head.
Word he ben received from Philadelphia
from the relatives ot William 11. Robertson,
who committed tultidt In front of 40 vtsey
street last night by shooting himself In th
The despatch says that itobertaon has two
brothers In Philadelphia-Perry A. Kobort
sen, of loUBouthixthtrcot, and Charles
T. Hcberttoa, ot lttiT ooutu Blith street.
Itobertion was a prtsif feeder In tbo orflco
of the .ddlet' Jfunw Joiiinai. He boarded ut
loan south Blkth street with hit brother
rcrry. Ills sweetheart, t.niio Butter, only
lived a tew bltidkt away at the corner ol Sixth
and Hoffman streets. Bbe was very much
affected on hearing ot tbo tragla death ot hrr
lover. According to the reports from Phila
delphia ltobtrtton was much addicted 16
Last hlgbt at 7.l)0 o'clock Officer ttoonan, of
tho tiocond l'rclhtt,Wat on Vesoy stieet near
Church street. He heard h pistol snot und
ran In the direction ot the sound. In front ot
40 vitey street he found a good-looking,
I neatly droascd young man, about twcnty.nvo
I year out, with a bullet-bole In his right
temulo. lleroi a the ambulance from cham
bers Htreet Hospital arrived the UnUi had 1
I the body was removed to tbe Church f.lreet I
1 police station, whir It wan loUhd to be that .
of Hubemon. TUo man had cry few artu .
:les about bu olothes aside from the revolver
with Which ue toon his Ufa I
A letter was fouud In his coat. pocket ad- 1
dreesoa to bis brother l'errr, in which hit
tald he was ttak and tired of Mew York "
; aud would leave for Philadelphia at a o'clock
, I this afternoon. In his trousers pocket was a
1 certificate of good character Iroin.E. Btnhett, I
.otthe .trtifs'Hom'.uiil-Miil. ' I
. I There ws a policy book of the tletropol.
. Itah l.l I e InlUranie Cmnpahy.shuwlhg weekly
' imymontnol tio Irnm April 1 In Aug. M. 'lo
' wp.sbiiri,iu,rt loau-penclls lonipiotcd thu 1
. o lint There wai not a cent ol umiH'y In his
! pockets, 'llie budy is now at the Moiguo.
FATHER M'EVOY DEAD.
In tho Stationery Business Before
Tbe Rev. Father James K. M envoy, of BU
Leo's Church, Inlngtoh, N. J., Isdood. 1I0
was for many years In llio siationorj- biiM
mas with bli brother In Ibis city. Blv yenrn
ago bo was oroalned a priest and asMuncJ to
bt. Patrick's parlsti, Muwaik.
Ho had been roster M M. Ico's church
Jrvlbjtou, rnr tho pist four 5 cars.
Fnthf r MoKvuy has Ix-tMi n great surferer
from sllnal tiuUbK'H for yt'Brs, and was frr
nucutl liicapailtatcd lor bin rrietly uuiii-i
'jy his 11 rule II on. lie illtd yi sterd.ty ailernoou
at tbo hmuo of Owen Ityau, JIUt blxth
btrtet, Jursey city.
Fell Out of Window Whits Aaloep.
While asleep early this morning at a win
dow on the third Uoor of 13U Kulllvan street,
John l.cnahau, flttjr years old, rollod out and '
fell to the sidewalk. At St. Vincent's llospl-1
tat the) any be Is suffering from n fracture ol ,
right hipbone and laccintlous ui thesealp
Cblof of the Eleseton Indians Send.
ri'T AMnciTn rnita.l
Unow's Vali.ev, Minn., Aug. 7. Oatrlcl
Ilcnvllle, aged ccnty, chief of tliublsscton
Indians died yestcrda). At thu time ot tho
' M'ltu mnbhocre In lhiis, he had a farm of
a.ooo acres near the pie'cnt city oftirair-
vlllo on the MiuncHotn liner. Ills Inllueneo
has alivajs been used to improu the cuudl-
tlon of tho Indiana.
Shot Her for Itofus'.ntr to Marry Him.
1 lr a.iwiatmi rnrivl
CmcAOo. Ill, Aug. S7, l'rnnk A. Krctsch
man, a printer, hits l'f n refused by Mrs. Ida
llauv.cH on an uvrrsge of cncoivcry mouth
far two j ears. Uirtrclunau had bit usual
lucu nguln last night aud shot the woman,
Inflicting a wound which may pioro latnl.
Actress Itar Ilunvlta Is Dead.
Actress Hay Itundle died at IlelleVue Hospi
tal early thu morning from Illness resulting
from b railway accident several weeks ago.
Bho was taken to the hospital from her borne,
at 810 Becond avenue, yesterday, TheAo
; tort' fund aycieiy was. uotuad.
Should American Women Be In
trusted with the Task ?
The Question Debated by the Goldey
Arguments, Pro and Con, Concerning
This Vexed Subject,
Interest In tbe Cblneie Sunday-school
question has become so general that the
Ooldcy Lltcrarr Society took tho subject for
debate at Its regular weekly meeting at 8
West Fourteenth street last night, and at tho
closn decided br a vote, in which wcro only
two negatives, tbat American women should
not teach Chinamen.
Tho aoldcy Society has a membership of
sixty bright young men who havo received
training lu oratory through vbjlts to tho
society ot sucn men as Chaunccy M. Dcpow,
iter. Father Ducoy and Col. ltobcrt a. Ingcr
solL Only timely subjects are debatcd,aud tbo
questions ere always handled wltb skill that
would ao credit to Washington statesmen.
For tevsral weeks the labor troubles have
received the forensic attention of tbls Society,
and before the debate last night a member
gave bis opinion of the probable effect of tho
Ilomcstosd strike. Following that the Presi
dent, Mr. V. D. I.ove, stated tho question tor
debate as follows:
lUitlfti, Tbat do no fTor th t.a.blnc of
Ohlntt la ear BondM-.oheol. br Aratrlcaa
The President called attention to Tut
Xvinino Wobi.d'1 treatment ot the question,
and said 1 " People bare stopped laughing at
Chinese BUhday-schools, and have begun
thinking about them, and as tho aoldcy de
bate only questions of general Interest tho
subject it timely."
The debate was opened by John J. Corbett,
who was given twelvo minutes to outline tho
argument In tbo aOlrmatlro. Thu speaker
did not conano himself simply to an outline,
however, but started In on a logical argu
' menu which ho presented In a forcible and
Kewspapors reflect publlo opinion, bo said,
abdhoabked tho speakers on tho negatlro
side to point out one repute bio newspaper
which was willing to defend tbo prosout Lys
tem of teaching In Chlnoso sunda -schools.
" All newspapers that havo proven them
selves to bo tho f 1 lends ot humanity aro
united In tho deionso of American woman
hood," ssld tho sneaker, "and thoso moit
friendly aro tho most constant In showlni;
the degradation that results from American
women leaching yellow heathen.
'Tho Chtneso, as a race, do not asblmllato
with Amoilcans, except for profit. They aro
opposed to Inventions; they aro opposed to
the civilization of the West, except In so much
as It furthers their selfish Interests."
Chinamen will not becomo Christians, tho
speaker held, becnuse tho teaching of Chris
tianity reveals to thorn the doctrine of tuturo
punishment for sin.
They do not like Christian and Christians
do not Ilka thorn. Even tho girls who teicu
them do not at first like their pupils, duld Mr.
carbett, but they wsnt a tad.
Tat heathen are willing to b taught, not
for th purpose of becoming Chrlstnius, but
in ordsr to learn th English language, estab
lish themselves In tho social world and get
good suppers and Christmas preseuts.
Tuo speaker ridiculed tbe claim that young
flris, without knowledgu ot thenlogr, could
each the astute t'lilnamnn tho UoUrlnc:. of
Christianity. Iho Chinese, Uo declared, aro
a(..oi-itue, cunning mcc.
L. K. riulllvali opened In the negative.
The teachings ol reunion, ho claimed,
sliniiltl hot bti confined to th boundaries of
tho bulled Mutes. Ho pointed out that tho
question was whether "American women,"
not " young Auierlcau women," should itaun
" All the teachers are not young and bloom,
i log maidens." he snlJ. "Many of tbemnru
' older tlmti tuelr pupils. Women are moio
HUUueMful as tetcucri because they belter
' understand the untutored mind. '1 no mother
1 enn teach u child letter than Us father, and
to can n. woman teach a Chinaman mote suo-
ccistully than a man."
Alvlt) Summeti, thu not speaker, said that
the Chine.") tui n rare lend to retard 1 nutri
tion, because Chinamen tn uoi prugiebblve.
"They lower wivge.s nnd they pim,orvv tho
dlsgraioot the opium htbli," ho loiiIIIiiiihI.
"'Hie (UeMlon Is nlnitl Amerlcani permit (ho
woimin, ot whom Ihey uro mi pruu.l.ltivomc In
coiimci with ibli worst rljxsoi limii.u.ttv j I
'lhxinen Who make tho laws of this country
htveseen Hi? dmigers of association wlih
sucharacetnd bavo viiaciul slstuten mat
prcrent Chinaman from landing on American
"If American women want missionary
work to do, nlu don't they work In tho 8111111-4
of our own city, where llicro mo tuuuiandh of ,
our own raco who huvu norer heard mo
teachings ot Christ or kuow that there Is such
a being cs 11 missionary'" I
f. A. Umiuen followed In tho negative, and '
ad to dlBiRiso ot the arutiutent ot Mr. Sum-'
niers by thu statement tlutt C'lilnamcn do not
cheapen labor. Hu IhoUKhl It an Insult to
Aiiiojlcun women 10 Inlimaio that Ihey
should not bo permitted to attend I'ulntso
The noxt speaker, Ahdrow llurnc, otijeclcd
1 to converting Americans In the MoiiimwI.Ii
a policeman's club, uiid wmllng ruth ntuntio
Indies Into Moil utnl Cell streets In talk '
about tnoi.olaeu Hula thnmgli opium sinoku
llut would Huge tho wlnus 01 nil aticcl.
" American worn-Mi ouvth. to loukout for
the white race," ho r.alil.
Air. K. A. linn based hi argument on tho
claim that an Kuropcnns liuu mtrcHlueed
opium Into Chlnn.lt Is titu oitiyoi thu Cau
casian race to redeem the Chinese.
K. F. McLaughlin lavorcil inlrsionary work
among the Chinese, but noi by American
women, lletoi ring tn tho toplo of lntrmiii
llageMie s.vld "In tho Itituro wo do not want
Io have with us n isee without a name,
0 bu shunned by nil anil go through ltlti
lurucneil with n dfvrnce Hull wiv thu rcktill
ol iilnoiientli venttir) lolly."
Ininrs levln-")ii and Jaiiir neltinann cnn.
rlilded the debate nllhliitt'iesilngamumcnts
on bothddis. President l.iivn then gave his
dirlslon on the morlts of thu arguments lu
lav or of tin normative.
A Mitn 01 thu audience was ntterwnrds
taken on thu merits o! thoiittetlon, nnd only
two persons wore recorded In lavor of Ameri
can wome'j teauhlug the Chinese In ttunda)-schools.
WARRANT FOR A W0MA11 EDITOR!
Mr. Ltclitenstoln Chrvrport with ,
LlbolUnsr CounBol Noble, '
A pollccmsn this morning wont to tho
hi us; ot .Mr.-. Ann!.) Mchlensteln, In Long
Inland city, and sened n warrunl issued by
Juslleu Uavjoach, rharglng her vrllhrrlml
nsl libel upon voiporallou Couuitl tolomon 1
II. Noble. J
Mrc. I.lcliensti In Is the wile of Postmaster'
WHIInm I.UIieiistelo. and H propiletrtasof
tho (ueetis i until) 1L i aid, puiillslnd lu Long
YACHT WAPITI NOT LOST.
Btorr of the Drowning1 of H. W.
Blbloy and Pnrty a Co.nr.rd.
Irv At pociATrn 1 ri. 1
llocnrsTvn. Aug. yT. Tho Itmon has a
telegram from lltnim V. Mllej s..jin' he Is
sale, at.d a sprclal stating that the report ot
tho wiecl.lng ot the jacht WnplII Is a canard.
That the vrhrlu nrty l.itafcand trill Join tho
yacht on .Monday.
I Toronto, Aug. U7. Tho report from Sagl.
haw or tho dUustcr to tho yacht Wspltl, in
the (leorglsn Hay, It a wicked canard.
The yacht it now safely at anchor tn Col
No accident has taken place and no Uves
fty1lY(.,iijiiS).-Aiai..Jjtt..''.i -Vif,V,,ilt-q VSMliij
DETAIL COAL PRICES CO UP.
Dealors Will Domand 25 Cents
More a Ton After Sept. 1.
Reading; Combine's Intention to Defy
the New Jersey I.nw.
Itetall coal dealers In Kcw York have taken
prompt action upou the decision ot tho tales
agents ot the anthracite coal producing com
panies wbo voted Thursday to advance tbe
prlco ot coaL At a meeting of tho ltetull Coal
lit alert' Kxchango held last night at Fiftieth
street and Lexington ovenuo, it was decided
to add MS conts to the retail price per ton of
coal, the samo to tako effect next Thursday.
It was stated that since Jan. 1 last, tho
wholcsalo dealers bad advanced tho prlco of
stovo coal U.30 per ton. Tho only corre
sponding action ot tho retail dealers up to
tho present tlmo had been an Increoso In re
tall prices of 25 cents per ton, leaving tho
dealers $1.05 to tho bad.
it was announced after last night's meeting
that, beginning next Thursday, tho price ot
redasn coal, all sizes," will bo ta'JS per
ton. A year ago it was t:,.".l. " White ash
coal, all slies," will cojt 15.70 per ton, Instead
of as.s5, as last year.
Another meeting of the ltctall coal Kx
cnani;o w HI bo held next Krldnv nt which It Is
expected that !'." cents mora will bo ordered
to bu added to tho price ot coal. Tho dealers
claim that even thon they will be behind the
Ucalcts In coal profess tobellevo that the
decision of Chancellor MctJlll. of New Jorso.v,
declaring tho Heading combine Ulogal, will
havenooffect upon coal prices. In fact; tho
President of tho Heading system, Mr. .McUod,
says the order of tho Chancellor will have no
mora inllueneo upon his cuuipahles than If
addressed to tin Indian.
Tho railroad companies. It Is understood,
will appeal lrom chancellor Jltdlll's de
cision and lest thu uasu In tbo hlglmst courts
of New Jersey und, possibly, tbo federal
courts. In tho mean time. President McLood
nayR, tho decision win not nnect tho cosl
trade us conducted by too companies lu tho
'Iho Injunction ordered by tho chancellor
will remain In force.lt Is wild livl.iwjors,
until rcvirscd by tho Court of Errors and
Appeal. It cannot bo revoked or stayed, but
It is sold that the rullw ay companies vv 111 got
around It by changing some ot tho details ot
their pumot operations.
FRED LESLIE MAY RETIRE.
Hub MnnnsrerlM Aspirations Otbor
Loudon Tboatrical Notus.
1st AisnciATcn rnras.l
London, Aug. a7.-Tho (lalety Thcatro
closed on Saturday last and will not open
a.'iln until October, when " Cinder Ellon Up
'Joo Lato" will bo again presentod. Fred
I.eallo will return to his crlglnal role, but It Is
joportcd that ho aspires to management and
high comedy. It Is likely, It Is sold, that ho
will retire from burlo3quo and leave bis place
to Arthur Huberts.
Kigardlng arutnor that has bcon In clrcula
tlon tor somo little tlmo past that sho was to
becomo tho leading lady at tbo (lalety
Theatre, Hiss Mlnnio Palmer savs hhe knows
nothing about It. t-o II Is safe for tbo present
to say that the rumor Is unfounded.
Henry Irving baa accepted n. comedy, writ
ten by Air. J. II. H.irrlo, tho author of
11 Walker, London," which has had such a suc
cessful run at Toole's Theatre tbat Mr. Toolo
was forced to forego his Usual vacation.
Mgnor Lngn has engaged Maolntyre and
Eugene uudln for his Autumu opera season
at tho Olympic Theatre. Ho Is also trying to
secure Mine. Aiuanl.
Mr. II. Pottlngcr Stephens and Mr. Edward
Hnlomon are engaged In writing a new opera
to In called "Iho Urantsh Main.'' llessrs.
Stephens aud Solomon nro together rcsponst.
blo fonvBerlos ot cotnto operas, beginning )
! wltn " lilllco Taylor," which Is still being i
i played In tho provinces; and bjsldos tho
work already mentioned, which Is being
, written to tho outer of a big tlim of muslo
I publisher), they havo In preparation a comio
opera Inmidcd on Iho old English ballad of
"bally lu our Alley.
BIG CYCLING EVEHT TO-DAY.
Tho Munuattan Athletic Club's An
Tho second nnutial cycling carnival ot tho
Manhattan Athlellu Club, to bo held at Mn
hiltnn Klelil this itlternoon, gives nrninlso of
eclipsing nil previous meets of the kind.
The Hack Is so hard and corapset that the
rnltt otjesterday dldtint soltcii It much, and
unless tboro is more i nln to-day It will prob
nbly bo In lair condition. Nearly all tho
crack riders hereabouts sro entered.
Thn cnlry Mil lucludos W. Wlndle, Oeorge
Tojlor, P. J. Uerlo, t M. .Murphy, tleorgo A.
Hanker, A. 11. ltlcrt. Carl lles. t I'.. Htedtnan,
J. W. Judge and Harry Hawthorne.
The events liiuliub) A qitatter.mlle open,
half-mllp open, hali-mlle handicap, nne-mlle
open, one-inlln handicap, tiri-mllo open and
nvc-mllo Knstern championship hnndlcnp.
The prires includo everything from u grand
ptuuo to a shaving-mug.
CUTTING TO BE A REAL ACTOR.
Minnie Sellffmnn's Husband Will Bo
Her Leadlnir Man.
AtlastHobert Livingston Cutting Is to bo
' a real live actor on tho professional stage. Ho
Is to play Sachs, a (lory, dashing, handsome,
hftirt-entraiii-ltw joumr llusslan ofllccr. In
tho i lay ".My olllclal Wlfr," in which Mlnnio
sellKtunn, the youngsnell'srecontly acquired
wile, plajs llio heroine.
The contract w as entered Into with Mannger
Frank W. Sanger J i Rletuiy.
"Mr tilllilil Wlfo' wilt have lis first pre
senlntlon In I'lilliideliihla Oct. ill. .Meantime
tuo leading man and the heiolne stu sltidj
Ing their linos In conceit ai Long Hiuiicli,
mid both miusu to any how much Hub U to
get as salary.
Pour Iloys Clinrorect wltb Thoft
Jllchnel Drmpsey, sixteen yesrs old; Frank
McCoruiact;, twelvo : Joseph Newcome, four
teen, and Henry llultner, twelve, wcro prls.
onCrs In Harlem Court tn-dar, charged with
stealing brass plates from 'HUM avenue rut-lace-rnr
duoisnt Hie suites on tmu Hundred
stui 'Ihlrili'Hl street. lirmwy was held in
JJttm lor trial, and tin" others were committed
tu thu euro ol the children s society.
I Dontlt of Agoil John Lowe.
P Iht ApoeiTKn ri.r. I
I tine, N. Y., Aug. L'o. John Lowe, cfXnw
' York, a member of tho New York Produce
Kxchango and well know n In flnancl'il circles,
died In lowvlllu to-day. Hu wss soeuly
) ears old.
Lost HI8 Hlcbt Arm.
William Clark, ot Now York, who was em-
'plojed i the lauiidry connected with the
Ilench Ho iso at tea (llrr, N.J. , had hli right
arm cut of.' and wus leverely bruised about
tlm head this mciiilng while attrmptlug to
b'uid n noithwivrd bound tuln. HU arm had
to be ampuiMcd.
- -i -.
Itotholz to De Tried for Btoallner the
Charles Hot holt, of 1 01 Bast ono Hundred
aud Tenty.turlh street, tbo young man
who, It is alleged, stole a diamond ring be
longing to his sweetheart's sister. Miss Mar
garet A. JlcKec. of 17U Ehtt One Hundred
and Twenty-second street, was to-day held In
700 bU far trial at apwiai aaaatoaa.
EVES ON THE INTI-SNPEflS.
Tammany Leaders Eieroised Over
the Local Organizational
Chancet that Full Ticket Will D
Run In Several Cuuntle.
Renewed Interest Is manifested by politi
cians In tbo progress of tho organization at
German Cleveland and Stevenson dubs, be
cnuse It Is tald tbat tbe movement Is backed
by the Anti-Snappers.' The; activity of
tho May convention Democrats In tbe
local hold Is looked upon with suspicion by
politicians of tbo Tiger stripe. Tho move
ment Is professedly In tho Interest ot the
National candidates, but at the same time
Its promoters aro building up a powerful
From a remark made by senator PlunUtt,
tho Tammany leader of tho Eighteenth As
sembly District, It Is presumed tbat the Wig
wum has taken cognlzanco of tho movement,
" rYo'll catch up with those fellows before
Sept. 13," he said.
There will be meetings ot the iTamtnany
Hall Commlttco on Organization and tbo
Oencral commlttco early next month, and
the status ot tho anti-Snappers may be in
quired Into then and they may bear from tbe
Tho work of organization by tho Anti-Snappers
has begun In Urooklyn. An active pre
paratory campaign Is also In progress In Mew
York, Krio and Onondogo counties, and
confirms the statoment that full local tickets
aro to bo placed In tho field In every large
cou'jty In this state Provisional headquar
ters havo been opened In Urooklyn at 103
Montague stt cot.
A call was Issued to tho clubs formed prior
to the May Convention to re-enroll thorn
selves ns Oloveland aud Stevenson Clubs, and
up to tbls morning tbo clubs In tbo
following wards, claiming a combined
membership ot 1,500, hao Joined tho Autl
Snapper Lcag.to First, Eighth, Fourteenth,
Fl: .tenth, blxteentb, Seventeenth, Eigh
teenth, Twentieth, Twenty-first and Twenty
It Is proposed to extend the organization to
every ward and to establish a central govern
ing body to havochargoot the management
An enthusiastic meeting ot German Anti
Snappers was held tn Weiidel's Casino, Forty
fourth street and Ninth avenue, last night,
at which a letter from Mr. Cleveland
was read. The letter was In icply to
a communication informing tho candidate ot
tho proposed organization ot a Cleveland
ciua Mr. Cleveland expressed bis apprecia
tion of the correspondents' efforts In the
eauso of Democracy and complimented tho
German citizens lor their zeal in his behalf.
DIPLOMACY MUST FIX THIS.
Vonezuolan Insurgents Violate an
Capt. Woodrlck, of the Itcd " D" line steam
ship Caracas, from Venezuela, roportb that
whllo at Porto Canello tho revolutionists
forced him to surrender six Venezuelan con
gressmen, passengers on bis ship on their
way to this oountry.
Tho all Congressmen were retugesa. The
steamer was boarded by a en. Urdaneta, an
Insurrectionist who U conducting a little
revolution ot his own, and tho surrender ot
tbo rclugces was demanded.
Capu Woodrlck refused on the ground tnat
tho men were under tbe protection ot the
United Utiles flag.
lie sent for tho American Consul, Mr. Riley,
who huntiiincd bis position.
Ih the mean time ocu. Urdaueta collected
an armed turco and threatuned to board
the vessel If the congrcssmon were
not given up. In order lo avoid
dinger, It is said, tbe refugees went tsnoro
without being tnseu. The American C'ontUl
agreed to praiuct them It possible.
STABBED FIVE TIMES.
Probably Fatal Cutting Affray Fol
lows a dame of Fool.
Anthony Mcrrall, twenty years old.pt lrlng
in tun Nuw York Hospital with nvn stnb
wminds in hli back, two of Which may prob
ably ciiiisa his death, all Inflicted, It Is alleged,
. by William chnrlt.
I Charles, who is said tn be a waiter, resides
with his wile nt :inn mxlh avenue, nnd Mer
riill, wim is unmarried, boarded nt HOT West
Twunti-tlxth street. In a saloon at thu cor
ner of Twenly-sevonth street alid Seventh
nvoniie, last night I buy disagreed over a game
of pool und came to blows.
Murrull, being the bigger of the two, was
Setting the best ot the fight when Charles
row a razor. Mqrrall ran, out at tbe vomer
of Twenty-eighth sU eat was overtaken and
Detective James Sloane.ol the West Thir
tieth street station, arrodU'd Charles.
GRANT OH THE "TROLLEY" ACT.
Mayor's Reasons for Glg-nlntr tho
" Huckleberry " Ordinance.
Tho action of Mayor Qrnnt In signing tho
"Trolley "act, which will gridiron the An
nexed District with railroads, Is iho subject
ot a gieat deal of comment to-day, some peo
ple denouncing It In unqualified terms, whllo
ulhern soem to regard It as perfectly Just,
I Mayor Grant gives tbrse reasons for bis
Flist, that It Is In accordance with bis pre
1 vlouvly expressed Mows.
Hocomll), becauie tho Hoard of Electrical
Coutiol Uexldcd sumo ttmu ngo upou its ad.
'1 hlrdly, becauss rapid transit Is greatly
I needed lu the Annexed District.
I'uurthly, because many of the proporty
owners along tbe Hue ot the proposed roads
taror the scheme.
l'ltthly, localise ho thinks that the price ot
land along those routes will be enhanced.
Dot tho Bullet In Hit Ankle.
Pebusltano Hadlce, a liquor dealer at 167
aiulberry street, waB carelessly handling a
' lcadod revolver tn front of his store when tbe
weapon exploded and lladlrn was wounded lu
the left ankle, ills injury was dressed at the
.Mulberry street station.
,Tbtilncrrit,(iuurulllr ! ttt terj Unc'lr to
the hot w(tOfi t)r. lyroi Ftlton -Ht that miur
of th Wath from ilUrtrucinl trstibU ire llio rtull
of thpfrrmouutloQ ol milk. Ai ivun n mil !
slnto frmnt It tvtmu torntDtj itot a points
of hTEKIjlZtD .MILK tff would U ini
FAT FOLKS REDUCED
Tho Bucceasful Obesity Speolallat.
Mfa.AUo.lftr.l..Oron, Mo. Weight t Before
tre.tuifnt.fcollw I ftrtrestinenl.l(Blbs.
Th. following pcrnoni hare Lktn tr.atm.nt of
Dr. Holder, With lo.. of w.laht M mitn hlow.
Tbiiwlll churlallaisw.r.irinaalrlMlf lUap.
B.fors. Afl.r. Ixi.
P.cmoJaaotlon,U..... 825 lb. 1)7 lb. 178 lb.
Iln. All.. U.ple, ..
Or.jon. Mo. J0 " 168 " 108 "
Bbniro,0,WiU 340 308 " 135 "
Simeon Van Wlnklo, M ... ,. . .,
Fr.nklln, 111 Ui " 898 " 180 "
Fort lHdwell. Cat....... 37S " " " 100"
Ur. H.r.h barner,
1311 H. 8th it., Luxen- ...
worth, K.n.. 878 " 170 " 105"
PATIENTS THBATED BY MAIfj
Confldeotlftl. Harml.nn, and if lib no .1 .rflnt. la
cocf eol.nc. or bivd effect., lor p.rtlonuir.
call or adilreie, with So. In stamp..
Dr. O. W. F. Snyder,
McVlcker'a 7h.itr. Bulldlaa. - - - CHIC00
LOST VITALITY RESTORED
.gk. g&fc. Ijlriyi BIDBt"
aftftaVX Sjwsw "v the wonderful rem
j;d J rtr,l. .old with auTit
BSIfy CM gmC fiHtfuarantf. to curs
Kl X) 71 all nervoua dlMsMs,
S, B (ML . " ' tneh at Weak
J rn A stfBftfr Mrmnry, Loss of
t!tVae' A Jrtllrala Power,
iMTiTfga A-rm?& tlemlaeke, Wake
IsVBStlttwnSwMSapMiaaiatBnV fwlNe.k !. VI-
siroasonirViaisu. talltr, Nervaa
sen, Ia.altndr, all drains and lot. of power
In either fsexeauh.dbj oxer exertion or eteeielxe
pie of tobacco, opium or atlmulanu whloh toon
tend tn Infirmity, Consumption and Insanity. I'nt
up convenient to carry tn vest pocket. SI per
pnckojre br malli B for . With et.ryU order we
alxe a tenffcii puaranta to cur. or ratind Dui
TorBal.tyt Ilulr.ut'. ? banc ley. SlIFway, K. T.
AtWm VlCn'a. 10M10 anTMIl J3Vay.K.T.
At Adrian Paxadl., UirultoaBt., Brooklyn, H. T,
BUSINESS PROPERTf TO LET.
II BRICK STABLE TO LET,
10 Stalls, KM Feet Deep.
WITH TWO YEARS' LEASE.
WITH UODnrtN IMPItOXTtMEHTS. ALL IN
HO. 128 liEllliKN ST., NKAB UOTT Jf.
WatM, rasenrtrWIncludodin ml, whlehtsMm
.oti.bl.; cood light and xentllatlen, hlxh o.lllnc
wltb a euperior WAGON WASH, carrlaia el.ra
tort.loraK. for from 30 toou wigon. on .Mond
floor j cat-bin .nd barloft ov.r .tabl.f all ..114
with yellow pin. i nodait orb.7i; (round lloor
InrnUbe. plenty of coach and carrl.a. room;ui.
ef builnc. ofllc. and bxturot, with lara., pl.asant
coachman', room on ttnrd floor: being In central
location, convenient to bridge and ferrl.., I. rary
deilr.bl. for a UOAHUING HTAUI.K, L1VEUJ
BTAULK, BALK AND KXCHANUlt BTADLEi
alto tor bat.r, gncr or milkman; would aUo
mad. a good CAUl'ltNTEll HUOP OR OAR
Rl AO E SHOP, a. on. cntlr. aid. 1. llght.d by r
.r.l window, looking out en vacant lot., offering
i.o obstruction to light .nd ventilation; tb.etabl.
part would m.k. a good ULACKBMITU SHOP
Itbel.MeTun.lo May, 1894, with tb. privilege of
nnewal for twa jmi. or.. Inqulr. .1 ol a4
draai HEor.UK 11. UtDLil', Pubtt.r bulldlag.
M. iu, 'ik.tialr .! auuiotUI fauna.
IfSSljA?." ,J!iIr. OnPlriJ ". - v I
sTSlneoTeriTDee, nrfrrtlohef Mill 1 1
1'"CTj"; M'Xz! 1
j Ctitcivt Mir j:u-i.n AltsUKon urn
fOrtgt.nl a. t Only O.niilae. A,
nir... t;rliftkt. iaoiiaaik Ja
Or.ul.t (r .-titSqjti't aSifllltiSVA
Mmnm Br.J In he ant UMW
lu.ialiu hotca. imIM wlui blu rlt. VBr
baa. Tati. a olkns s'
4nttrm MMuM.iu mn4 taMltfama
II Ofl'U, or .l io. I. .umpi (tor
MrilriUrt. t'Mlo.nl.l, n1 "lUlla
!f UlM. o Itttw, k; rel.r. Mail
10,000 Tullmml.H. &tmt rnr.
rhlvntaUr i h?Mloal C, Muglenn Square.
IU br ill IM Iiruiliu. I'hll'tdu.. Po.
& HUDSON RIVER RR.
ntr.rt Llae ts Niagara Fstlla.
All train, arriv. at and depart from CJraod On
tral M&tlon, lb. unlj ntlroad vtatlon In th. olty of
(w Yotlt. 'iritn. leiiroa. follow.;
1lj.0l A. .tf.-l'.MI'IllK BTATft KXI'IIKSS-
ratteit train In th. I'nrld. No nttra lara. ar-
rlvealliifliU 10 I'. M.. Claylnn 4.48 l. M
OlIO A. .11.-1 AST MAll.-For Alb.Mu, Krl-
loia, tttUa, Rlrnneld Mpringa, Syracue., Rocli-
eiter. Patatla, Ituftalo.
B.VO A. M.-iiAltAiOtlA. LAKE GEORGE
AD MUJITIIKAI. HPCI'IAL-hieept (tunilayi,
for xar.toga, AOIroada-k Mountalni, Rutland
10.00 .Jf.i'l.TRSW YORK AKI) (J11I0AGO
Vl'.brlBUl.t LIUITEU-Uu. at Chicago at 9.46
A. m. n.t day.
10.no A. ill.-DAY EXPRESS. -Dally .ae.pt
ifati K'Sl.-RARATQqA LIMITED (Saturdav
oiily)-liu. Troy 0.10 1'. M. Saratoga, 6.10 P.
MMlTliD-Du. (Jiuoliiiiatril.13; ludlanarelii,
ll.Si A. M. t t. Xpu..T,lS P. M.
La., p. ai.-noitf.ii'M V?nt apr.niAinu.
tmlc.gj.i 00 P. M. neit flay
I a.SUP. 31.?AI.HANY.I ROY AND SARATOGA
' hl'KOlAlr-Ktoept Sundays, with tliroLgn Ura-v.
4.;i( V. .11. -NORTH RIIOHR VMTlnOLR
I.IM11H) I)uCbiiai!0, 4.1IU I. M. n.ltilay.
l P. .ll.-KAhT V;m'Ki.N KXI'fliat - Ilu.
Ohlciro. D.IJO P. M. : Rt. Li.ul., i.tt A. M.
7.00 P. At.-NOHTIIKHN kXPUKNH - Du.
Montrtllatf OS A. M., Ilurilnaton, 4 4B Piatt-
Lurg, 4. SO, llloomlngdal., lO.iltj. harana. Idk.,
T.80P, .ll.-IIUKPALO, Nt AOARA FALL AND
MltftJaAhl) ISLAND M'KOIAL-Dil. Buftafo
T.so A. M Nltgaia tall. 9 A. M. aud Clayton
Vri,A'.l J' (PAtJ.Y)-ArjIIlONpACKB AND
VllOOBANII IHLAND bl'LUIAl.-Du. Paul
Biulth'. 10.03 A, It. "ar.nar, 10.40 A. M. ;
Tupp.rl.4ke. 11 f.3 A. M. I t'hlldw.lJ, 11,80 A.
M. : Ulayt'in (1,0011 Inland.), S It A. M.
8, 1'O P. AI.-LINI.'INNATI AND RT. LOUIS
KXPliKSS-tlu. Clnrlunall, T.OIIP. M. i Iudlan
, apoha. 9. Ml p. V. i hi. iKiuia, 7.1 4 P. M.
'U.dOl1. .1I.-I.I.Mi11:PasV MAil-nl.vrlog.
car pa.a.ugor. for JtocliMt.r only,
ll.l.i P. ".-I'lilOAllO MIIIIT hXPREs?.
I'll'ISflFl.l), I.I1MIX. Nlllnil AHAsi AND
Till: lir IKSIllllK til!.I.K-Trr through train.
VIA IIAJILEM 1) VlflON, rJriiv Yimit ChN-11tAl.-tU.Ul
A. .M . ilii.ritlallcld l.ill) P, M. i
Nurth AdamaJ.SO P M. i 13.50 1'. Jl. , di Pitta.
Held . Ill P. M. i North Arialna . 10 P. M. I alo
'J.-i.u. 1'vK. !rldaraandBatnrdaiai arrlv. i'ltu
held G.23 P. M.
1'or time of local train., tlcteta and apace In
tVeeplng-rar. .piily.i tl'.nd Central Ntallon. or
at UJ.VCl.4t3. THi.lUtl l!ro.ta, ivaK.jlTiinbua
kvr., is 1.t UllHit. and lUSln at. alatlon, N.w
oiL; .133 yVa.lihwlou at., TJo Fulton at. and 74
llrnaaway, K l. , Brooklyn,
i t Dally riitfpt Monday. Other train, ('ailr.
Ahoi.tralre, eir-pl tboa Icarinc .1 H.-.H, 9.10.
0.3O A. M. and 1 3U, 3.U0, 4.3U, U. Oil P. M . atop
at ll'ili at. atatlon. "
JOIINM. Tllltl.KY. OhORGKll DAMKI.S.
General Manager. U.u'l Paaa.nger Agent.
ARIONS REACH HOME.
Somo of tho B'.ntrors Woro rnsson
tTTs on tho Qcllort.
Sovcral members of the Arlon society, who
have been travelling- through dcrmany for
the past six vretks and rccelvlnr ovations la
every rity, arVlrrdtbls mornlryron the steam
ship Ccllert. a bey are the first nt the Atlons
to return. The others win come back in dlt
Mreat aarUts rturui the Mat tsru wesks.
RIAL 3TATT. tf ESTATE.
I "THE SWITZERLAND OF AMERICA." J
RESTRIOTED. ROWING. !
ACCESSIBLE. SAILINa 4
HEALTHFUL. FISHING. i
f BEAUTIFUL. DRIVING. 4
I CHOICE LOTS FliOM $100 TO $280, J
I UPON EXCEPriONALLY KABT WEEKLY on MONTHLY PAYUKNTS.
I TITLES GUARANTEED
T by tba Oarman-Amerlean R..I l'alat. llU.Uaara-Jtc.Co.
I ' F r e b Ei c u r s i o li S und a Vat 10.' 5 5 A. M i ; j'Free Excursion Dsil, at 2.15 P. M. l
si i from Harlem Dlvlalon Grand Ointral Depot, ! i from llatlom Ulvl.lna tlrand Central D.pot : A
I I and Iron Molt liavan Btatloa 10 niinntu '. '. find from Mott Haven htation 10 ml nut.. : W
iat.r. ; 'iter. jA
T BEND OR CALL FOR FREK rAS8t:S.
I WESTCHESTER LAKE SITE 00., ,o;s-,OT4tr,UWAY'
l&r- Tickets to Be Had from Our Agents ateitherDopotaJ
Iron Steamboat Company
THE ONLY ALL-WATKH ROUTE TO
bteamkm landing at toe ooe an pieu8.
the only Boats uunniNo to
TO-DAY'M Tl.lli: TADI.ErV.
FOR UOMBY ISLANO-From Weal 23d at , R
It., 9.00, 10,00, 11.00 A. M. 1J M. , 1.0C, 1.4 IS,
V.tlO, .1. iS, 4.10. 8.00, 0.00, 7.00, B.00. 9.00 P.
M. From Fler tnetr) No. 1 N. it. nor Battery
lilaa. atatlon .l.vat.d roada), ,30 ,10 DO. ll.llo.
A. M. I lit.au. 1.30. J. 15. 3.00, 0,45. 4.40, P. 30,
0.30, 7.80. . 30, 0.30 P.M. Ur.rUUNl.NU FltoM
CONEY 1SLAND-I0.4b, 11.40 A. M.; 13.40,
1.40, 3.40, S.C'tl. 4.10, 8.00, 0.49, 6.40, 7,40,
8.40. .40. 10.40 P. M.
loll liEI.UhN POtKT From Bride Dook,
BrooVlyn, V.0U. 11.00 A.M. 1.1.00. tl.OO, 5.011,
7,00 P. M. From Slat at,, ti. It.. 11.25. ji 25 A,
11. ! 1.2S. 8.28, ''.25. 7.29 T. M, Vtom 120th It.,
K. l. , o fi. 1 1..MJ A. M.j l.sn, s no, .n.
P. M. UETURN1NO FROM I1KLDKN POIKT.
t 11.00 A.M.; 1.00, 3.00, 6.00, 7.00 and V.vt
1'xcur.lon In fioney IflKiid tiQ Cenle.
jjrcnrnlon lo llelden Point 40 Cents.
Erie Lines. Every Sunday.
107 vltei from Ittsw TofVr, on (h bankt of tht
tiftutiful Df Itwtre Rlter. l.OOn feat above thu sea.
LaTLhamberaaU y.3UA.M., Wat2JdiL9.2iV A.
M. Nearlj &Uouraat UiOlou. llbina by'J.UO l'.M.
Greenwood Lake, 75c
44 mllM from N.w York In th nldat of a prlra.va
forMt, 1.000 f.abov tld. water. Laav. Cham
Ur.al. 10.00 A. ST., 29d at. 9.54 A, ft, lioa. uy
T.22or0.37 P. M
gP'ltllt Alt B NIWET'
wUII V If THI fLEAIANTEtT,
Yl 8 nth !., Honth TlrnnKlyn frrrT. Ipnt
ol UTilte bail at,, hi Iltlr. Knot lirldco
itnncelliiaT Willi ulevatcd train. lcKd.la
THE WEST V.fD ROUTE ran. through th. moat
plciir.en,ii. int'en ot lng laland and lani. ima
aengera nvar Pdln'a Flt.worka. Tratna eouaect
"lKAvIsVew YOl'lkv. 7.80, 8, 8.30. , S.80,
10 10,30. 11 30 A.M., 12.301 th.u hall hourly to
h V. M.I i, 10 P. M.
ltKIUltNIMU, l.at train leave. Coney laland for
SBth fit. Ferry and Union Depot, Brooklyn, 12
xf ur.loa TlcUeta, 83o.t eh rapt.t of any.
and College Point
T O . BI O It It O V, H tl N I A V .
ISr.nty nlnnt.a' dallchlfnl Mil hy elegant atum
loita trom loot K.at 9ih al.IKIeyat.il HR. alatlon
8 itn aL , liotti 2d and I area. ) far Ooll.g . Point
lilll Kl.Y.trrm 7 A. M. to 0 P.M. Boata to
tirand Pier, North BMoh llOllltl.V, from 7
A, M.tn.luA. M, on It.al .ui, th.n IIAi.K
llOIIIlt.y Jill i I-, l. U.t boat from fiorta
B.oh!l0.S0 P. M. Fnro 10 4nt.
To Notllll HliAOVi alao by .l.gant Rumra.r
hnra. vara via Raat 34h at,, and KI.elrl3L.ri via
FMtaaa.t. fern... kit. Vale. O (,nt.
An honr'. aall np th. ItOMAltjli) MUDHON to
th. WORM) HEHOWNKU PALlSADBr).
XaM.1'1 tLUu u I Wl llof Bit fi O W O PEN .
STEAMklaS LEAVE f 3th it., N. R.,
landing at 84th at.. N. R., flv. mlnut.a l.t.r.
llOllltl.V MtO.V II A. .VI. Til 10 1'. .11.
. kxOUUBlOf? TlCKBT-aoo.
FORT LEE PARK:
Or.ni) Round Ktrnraloii, 3o. Snmtar, Aug. 2H.
Bt.amrn l.av. lath at. (landing at 84th at,, J,
II.. liimliiiit.Iaieri, , io, 11 A. M 12 M., i
FortLM!. 'li, 1(1, HA. M 12 11., i, , ),
l.aoTfl. '7.18. H.30 and lOl1. M. Indicate. all
laiermadlat. landing! ar. mad.. HlMm.r. and
I'LKAHAHT VAI.LlfY OitOVlt TO I.KT.
Dally 'ilm., lBth iOi.a.J. .andJ0 P;M.
aunAYRXCUR8loN-Rteara.r.na Bird and
Albortlna will lea,. N.w York fool of tranklm
at. Sunday. July 24, for lllgnltntla and Highland
Reach only at 11.00 A. M. lor lllghlanila, lllgli.
lanitn.aoh, lied Hank and Int.rmedialc lanillnca
at 0 30 A, it. ltatnrnlng leave fled Hank al II. JO
!'. M.. Highland! at 8.30 and 4. .0 1". M. Kiour.
IBXCttRMOS TO WKrVTPOINT, TfvTiurg and
Pnugakeepato dally (rir.t Hurdaya) hy AlhHiiy
Day.Im.at.anieraat J A. M. front VV, 2'Jiiat. l;r.
THE BEST 88 TEETH
IN tTiii Voiti.o.
21j. largeat, flnaat aprolnted and loweat price I
r.l..laa. Dental conrern In the Unllnd Ktatea.
Kilrartlng with our. freahg.a (mad. on lb. prem
laea ;.rr day) 50c, without gaa 28s. Filling,
aott. 80c. np. Hold Sl.BU up.
Hevrr I'lonrd. liny, Mgtit or Kiiudny.
, NRW YOtIKrliliri 6th are. , lat door h.low 14th at,
JHItSKY OlTY-IJorii.r York and tlrore at a.
Cnrin'-., rrrt'rre. Plrtnrf.. Foldlna
, ilrda, nr.. and Iron Urds. Jtc.t u .oi
cxryihlns for lioutekcaiilnn.
On liberal term, of credit toauitvvi.
HENRY MANNES & SONS,
420 kTll AVE.,
Iletthlt. 1'rlldlng. M-'AU 35D at
BUI1RTANTIAI. fnrnllor. really .old without
irali ilrporlti longeat rr.dit glvon, Mlrhtgan
luinllnr. Atn.t. lit Weit ':3J at.
BTKNOOlfAPliY and tvpiwrlllng l.aaontat 6lt
brtadaai, V. .muia 1 t-n nc.k u.liot nrlta.
FLATS ARO APARTMENTS TO LET.
ZalOIIT APARTMENTHof tbre. room. In koi.i.
onC4th at.. Ii.twc.niutband 11th av.a. th.
noui. har. he.n ittorougbly r.novatwl andar. la
tlrat-rlaaa order; r.nta lrom ts totioptortf from
1. JSJ,0, A'V" "" " "
100 Choice Lois on Seaton Estate
GEORGE W. BARD, Auctioneer,
CITY OF .MOUNT VKKNON, N.Y.
I will aell at auction on HATURDAY, September
8, 1802, at 2 P. JI. .In the premlaea, nnd.r larg.
t.nt. the nbovo lot. adjoining th. well known
.lO.NKS and McKVOY entato In th. CITY of
MOUNT VF.RMIN, on th. ew Haven llaltraad,
and WOODIjWVN, on the Harlem Railroad, within
400 fMt of tli. lioraeoar line lu Mount V.ruon
UOMPLIMDNTARY RAILROAD PASSER nt
?n aupltctlcn. Htieelal trnin. on day of aale.
'Itlea grarantred and tnaured ire. of coat. lam
mottl freo lunch .erred. Irrma, map, pnoto
grapha. Tull particular, end pacae. at Gr.Oltort
vf, llAltll, Auctioneer, Mount Vernuon. N. Y.,
andJllUN A. AMUNDSU.V, Attorney, liSRroad.
way. Mow York City.
at Pin. VI. if, N. J., only ?:i and upward. Apply
to ft a (it-; & Jo.. 341 wc.tsgthef;
Long Island Railroad's
GREAT EXBURS1QH ROUTES
TO THE SEA.
4JlI..1IOKi:'S IA.IIlllIS CONUJIItTat
AFTHUNOON AN1 r.TKNINti.
I.KAVB FOOl' KAST 34T11 hT.
C.20, 8.40. 10.10. 11.10 A. .M., 12.40,1.40, -2. BO,
3,60. M.OU. 'i-oO, and ball Hourly thereafter
lrom 8. 10 to 1.4 0 1'. Jl. ADDIIIO.NAl. TUAINl
on batnrdaya. 2.10. 3,10, 4.10, 0.10 P. M. ; on O.
I. J, U. rai.day.. 12.1U. 1.10. 2.10. 3.10. 4.10.
b.l6 V, Ml Sundays, 8.40, 10.10, 11. 10 A.M..
12.10, 1.20, 1.40. "2.20. 2.40. M.20. 3.40. '4,20.
and hair nourly lrom 1.40 m U.40 P. M. '
WlllTKHAl.I, HT., t.nnlnu. ot all al.vat.1
road, and atreet-ear iln.a, hrurly from 7. 10 A. M.
tni. 10 P.M.. and hall-hourly from 1.10 to 0. 10
?. ML ADDITIONAL 111AI.V Hatordaya, 1X4S
', M.J on l I. ,t.O. rare daya, II 40 A. St.,
12.40 P. M.iNnsday. hourly from 0.10 A. M. W
V. 10 P. M.
(Theao tratna are faat eiproea. Tim., SO mln
nto. from U L C1U. Aottota.) (Parloriar.ua
ltOUND TItlP. fiOCU'TM.
! BHOCK'S ClIAMD I'IIYsTAIj PAJ.ACH
Every vvntrg .18.80, ncupt aund.y. a Mondays,
; Aii.iiiMNio.N, 2s i:ntm.
Oriental and Manhattan Hotels.
' vim itoo.iin-i;xci:Li.i;N'r uuiisinu. '
AMI JAMAICA HAY.
LF.AVR I.DNO ISLAND ftfTY.
8.18, 7.3o, 8.10. 10.05. 11.10 A.V.: 12.110,1.01,
1.35, 2.00, '2.40, 11.05. 4.02, A.OJ, t.03, 7.00,
8.15, 0.00, 9.o0, 10.25, MO. 05 P. M. Saturdaja
Huodaye. 7.15. 9.18, 10.15. 10,45, 11. Of. 11.23,
11.50 A.M.: 12.15, 1.03.1.25, 1.45, 2.10,2.35.
2.52, 1. 10, U.48. 4.15, 5.16, 0.16, C.48, 7.04
7.25. 7.6J. 8.11, 8.25, 0.10,0.32,10.221'. . "4.
LONG BEACH, L. I.
I.KAVi: FOOT KAHT 34TH ST., K. Y., r,.4,
7.60,1(1.50 A. M. i 1.20, 4.20,6.20, 6.50,8.50,
10.00 P. M. Auu.laie, b. 40, 10.20 A.M. i 12.50,
l.dO, 2.50. J.5J, 4.5J. 7.00. 7.60 P. M.
greenport, sag harbor
and the hamptons.
FAST 'i'ltAINS IIOTI1 WliUli. OAT
See Tim. Table..
nuitiiiTON in: auu.
MUTT 11U1UUXO.N lliilfJII.
BO Alb 111
Bay Ridge Ferry,
CcDDfcttDi at LUr ltlJj wllli .
Culver Route and
Sea Beach Route,
Irfave foot of Whitehall at., terminus of .level.
rMda, llroiidn.v and 7th av.. line, and ll.lt line,
J.urlylrom 7.10 to In. 10 and b.tl hourly Iron
0.40 until 0.40 and 10.211 P.M. Htindaya, R.lu.
I 11.10 and 11.40, anillialllinurlytol.ini'. M. Thoa
.v.rr 20 miiiut. to 0.10, and al, 0.40. 10.10,
10.40. Laat tralna le.v. Ooa.y la'.nd daily ai
11.08; flundara, 11.20 P.M. Kacuralou licketa,
40conle. lime, 40 mtuute
i-A'M CAHMVAI. IF TrMCl! AMI
ilfM I Ilti:V()ltKM
At Vf. at Brighton .v.ry nlgut .icepl Monday at
"A TlilllTAni.R WOUMl'M IMIIl."
9ji mfW kgi H .1 N ft 1 Manager,. ani
In. and Mlllarda. Bt.am f-annchea. (J.ouln
(ll.ll laland t'.atnt.ali.. Illnnera lacartfc
FROMPIKR IH.tx. It., fooirortl.ndtat.. 8. 4 J.
9.16. u.46. m.li a. M.I 12.00 U.t l.fO, 8.80,
a.llO. 6.16 P. M. I'RO.M 3211 ST., K. It.. 0.30,
10.00. 10.811, ll.SU A. M. .12.45. 2. 16. 2. 4 5.11-1,
4.15.S 41 P, Jlt. MIUTll 5'I1I HT. lllloOKLYN.
0.05. H.:i3. 10.(11, 11.01 A. Hill 20, l.nn, i,30,
2.60. 3.60 P. .11. KHOM OLI'N lnl.ANI), 10.45
A. M. tor Tier IK and it.'d al. 11.46, 12.46 lor
Pier. 18 only. ALL 1. A.N MINUS, 3. 8. 8.30, 8, T
ard"IUP. M. .
40c.- -I XI'IIINIIIX TICIjI-.T.'4--r0.
l.XlltA IK) Ala U(I)AYH ANli IIQf.lDAYa
CtUNIiAY I'.XIHir.SION to Long Ilranob. atearoef '
I!li..ror, I earoa foot or .l.l. at.. I. 11 . at o '
A. M. I avta l.ji.n llrancli 4 P. M. Eiiureioa
llck.l. 6o,.,..it. .
A--H1' TUB AMI'RIf'AN RHINE.
Tn. luegultoMtt In "ni.fl it.ntuiodioo. it.am.,
will replace Ibo Tolch.al.r and inaV. the reguU'
Slunnay trip, to hLWUUitU., . .,,,
ending alYohllet., Ton. Talaml and W.t roloj J
eavlaJandralKKK. Brfoaijn. S.80 A. W,l Wai
Uthau. N. 11. 0.15; Vv.at 224 t,,.2a, Ma
ialianv(ll.,hou.t., 10.00 J.. .
ptranll'a 47th ttulm.nt Baad la (hole, concav.y-, ,