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PACES 13 TO 22,
JULY 22. 1894.
INVESTIGATION WILL 00 ON
r lexoW COMMITTEE WILL BUREL1
RESUME ITS w.'UK IN THK PALL
AND GOFF NO
Vi.'il MESSRS LEX(
Q-Vl'MP RUMORS THAT THE
.Ll.ED .'KI" " AS
pas:s fOB U
COMMITTEE WILL Bl
A pABT "l" AN ALLEGED REPCBLI
VMM WV DE il- Bt'MORS
qan.P Mugwump newspapers which Lave only
ter rb-m lo see Tammany deli ated
>? rb.- Republican party
confident sta tem. r.t that the
will be "called off." and thal
lrf?n,,1 . . ned lo harass Tammany any
re-' The contemplated fall aeanon, lt is asl .
N t, ? Investlgatlni will
olly no effort b .< been made lo learn thi
..... - -
' ? imora, which are taken up
r;.,'.., -?:, ;,s feta a ri ll to the
? ,r Clarence Lexow, chairman of the
' ; of John W. Ooff, counsel for
Aeeommlttee, would show any truths.", ker that
*" more false than (hat the com*
^.'w had been ' lied or' ot ha I any Idea of
' - ?. bots.
M. j. | . nb. i Trlb me report! i yes
* ?;.. . . . v.,.vally thal th-IV
the statementa thal tho com*
-ntee a nvesl ' an>' more* "Any *"**'
? ho k: " ' '' ,h"
,,.... i, "knows that they cannot bc
calif! off F ; ""J "u" ?'?'"? ' wl1- ,,"v''r consent
. . investigation until the work
always tv l-l and said
aneatedly thai ;:;' lnVl ' :l' '"' ? rarce lf
jj, . - , matt- r io ih- bottom and ob
:. itlon on Which to report and
. . il leg station. We have noi
" '. . ? bottom yet. Our ?"ik. aa
vJt' bas been bm.- more tl..tn superficial. The
objects for which th- investigation was ,,tiered
( ',,,. y.- i.. m, obtalne i; neither will Ihej be
Obtained until we baie gone lo tho button. The
sssualttei ring to sll from early In Bep*
Kaber until Ihe work :-? finished.
\-rr? nreatisatlon will not be tile I off.' There
.n .,.,., D0 efforts t,. my knowledge to hav lt
?saOed off.' So ?'?"? "lin" woman or .bill, has
mroachi "?'?" ?u?>Ject: iv on- hai aug*
vo.,.. i would i" '?- n-.m as uncomfortable nil,
wai - ! ' "
To.:- - - ration thus
.: this fall \1 -
are going al
sir may make a ueefu : '?'?? B
g,-,* mi;. ta who may be
found guilty. Indeed, the i. ? mem en
lei on Ri
so Birh iv; ilntnu nt .,f a Re
publican sr :h. on a
lt-- , v ;
ll .:.., i :? ; in onV
? ? nythlni
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nccc ? . -
Bea uoi ire to dis
.-- ? I-.dice Corm
Mown further t
mere ;: ? g in I
jar_l>i. thi rea tl ns
tkl v.t fortunate |
bern Tl tim*
L-l ? .?..- .. r -
f'",rir,i lo thei
t.*la'.? befoi rd. where Uti
lt ttok a Ti lo gel
r?por-.er calli I at Mi v III -.
at totted tl
le ass the i ::.? tee, ai i
mm arv. - ? dry wai Mr. G.ff ls en
Sf*"*. Cai v all latei
J ' ' ? ..,'?? the
Nparttr aaa a
? " ' ?
*5 ; ' ' r there was ar.', pr ps
. Sot ulysm." sal 1
on Brit] Of coui f tl
..'" J probal
'?*??*> the general B ramble
.:,* ?*"? Pla
0 . ' '-Mr.
? ? ., - - ? isly. I
Jr.'.'" ' the Invi
..,,* ' 'rn ??????:: engaged In preparing f-r thc
1 _.._ ' out. ] ..rn pretty I
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BV..L ' ?'""'" 'f" '' ':?'
: -? an houi -it my
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.... ?JJ* I am I ?-.--, few dava ,,ff some
them*__"'' '? ":' '" ll"
?v th ,i:' " ' lt I Will
? " ' ll' ? ": e I'.,::
...... nv. Th,
t*i?..v;' erslve of discipline. 1 l,..iv.
r.bo, .'.. _ f bis
1-o'ot^ :r ' ' ' ,:" ""' ' A |, V
to alc.Jv' ' ?'" 1 I:'-- f ??? 1
h'm ?*,? h' '?'? tlklng if she di I n -r give
liig .. '. ?: ran away ?r>
of tn/,.'?1* h" ' her- was a bow".
htrT?"1 : ' '- uroos, I. The Mli
ant;. rllami "i*. an i .,
msn,IP.V lPV ''' ! ' ' '? Ihe affair. 1 be
BSMst ir ."
fr,..."'. .:? nk ol the difference here!
on t'h? ."'''*' ?<?? "' Bfhen lt occurs
rj'"V ', ?.;?,., ,,;
Mr Croker'B name lr,
?1,5 .. ?? Committee In
Stem.,."'/' ' ! ,f" '"' 'hat rr..'
ST", : '" !"! whether or not
?l.nr. ihall ? call, i -ts ._
Rr (Z - * ' to be <? insldere.
_..;.,, * . ? -A ? ?.,,?. ,m?, has ha<] a great
ki?8,.. ? witnt? chair, an I who rn
lot Si " ' u;'.."b woul i
??r.,,..tV", , ts work One element of
?SSeees . ' " ? 'k haa been that the
IM.V, , ;' ot Bulli lem li
jouid oonr... ' '';i,t Ml broker
eTaomTti 'r- :,"') H Ib --'1
90,!% ' ;" fl.?ll him to th.
b>' oth-r e.,-;:'" ''?',''" '" "Hrectly connected
tlon nr WBMmony with some Improper transac
?J!^ M, Croker 1- ,,.;?..
^Mo'UVv <>- ma..a-'*Te t
wntentiTn v ? ,h """" "" wtll'il r" ?'?'"'* their
JJ^UCE TRIALS TOGO ON THW WEEK
^;7,.AV"N,; LAWT?" OVER THE
,,,N""-'- or rna coman mn
^ cont,-,,,/.., .-..._' ' ,ll(" ( "nimlHMioners. will
~n?nue, through -;:;; ^?TT*__; wm
5NSSSSS in 1^: '.;: ,- "? Much m-J'snatlon w?s
>res.,.,j , ??"??-n inuignation wa
<?* -I- Or." ni IT"'*' "' 'he '?"""p
*? tf these lil" I wa" th' K?'nPral "P'"10-.
** l?wyer? had been guilty of the
offences before a regular emir! they w .uld now be
thinking over tb, ir misdeeds in jail under sentence
for contempt, and that if they had attempted any
such conduct before ihe Lexow Committee they
wou.d have been conducted unceremoniously to the
Cnless the Police Commissioners (ind a way to
suppress these people the trial may drag on for
many days with little progress made,
Nn session was h.ld yesterda) Some of rte
Police Commissioners and Mi wellman weni
"f town. Asst, rant District-Attorney Osborne, who
is associated with the prosecution, was ar bis office
in the morning examining witnesses whom he In?
tends r,, eall next week. Mr. Osbon.xpeota to
.;,,.-,? th- case for the prosecution to-morrow.
The prosecuting attorneys win be ready lo take
up rh.- trial .,f ..ther offlclala as soon ss the i??
oii'-s are finished, but no charge! hiv- vet been
Mayor Gilroy snnounced nt a meeting of the
Hoard <.f Estimate thar th-. Commissioner! cou I
have all the money they needed to carry on tb
TIIE DUNGENESS IT I EL ill- THEE
MTV CARNEGIE'S HANDSOME VA, HT WILL TINE
PART IN lin-: KEW rORK VA- HT
r .in cri'ise.
A crafr which li.is attracted considerable atten?
tion since arriving in tb, ie waters four 'lays sgo,
after a long cruise to the eastward, ts the steam
yachi Dungeness, owned by Mrs Lucy C. Carnegie,
of Pittsburg, lt ls not solely because her Um
line and she has a large and elegant deckhouse
thal trie Dungeness bas been th," object of much
ty and Interest, bm because ehe la rn- drat
.?raft owned by a wi man :,, fly the burgee of the
New-York Yacht Club. Since the early part ,,f
.lune, when tiie Dungeness was put in comml
she bus carried her owner snd large partli
guests into many ports, ani lias sailed man) thou?
sands "f miles, and all without a .sir::;'.,' mishap
During her owner's absence ashore the yacht ls
being prepared i, take part In tb.- annual cruise
,-f the New v,,ik Yacht rinb early next month,
.ri ! she la CCI tam :?? I-- ..:i ??! ??-, t of much Men Bl
In the ib-ei.
Th- Dungeness was designed, both In lull and
machinery, by George lt Mallory, .,! New-Vork,
who a few daya ago, action: for Mrs. Carnegie, en
tertalned a party >'f men who were Interest< l ;:.
the construction of th,- boat an.l a few members of
the New-York press on a trip to the Sandy Hook
Lightship anl r--n:rn. The day was mi Bl i n il ible
for ih.- trip, and tb" attention .ind generous hos
.dullly of Mi. Mall,-ry wera not tia- least ;:? ,
mt fcatur.s of a memorable outing, 'rle- I'
T's-", in charge of Captain Pish, who uaed ;
modore Gerry ??!! the Electra, lefl Baal
_Wenty-slxth-st a few minutes before ll ?
md steamed slowly down the Ka-! River, and af ter
.elng saluted off Ihe Battery put .-rr down the
tay. A vlell was p,,i.| t,, Lieutenant C
'. u. Alli...ne, tl;.- executive officer "ii board the
lew cruiser Columbia, anchored >>n Staploi ?..*?' I
["le- yacht, sfter circling around the cruiser N-w
fork, .steam,,! ,,ut through the Narrow-.- down the
jOWST Hil), past Sar!) Hook anl out t -,!,?!'.
I-X'k Lightship Then the Dungen. -
OUnd and sail,-I Up tl.-- North l!!vr im' I
Edgewater, and Anally me , f rb.- *
? :'.. Battery, She sf tem ird ;? imi i off to
laj Hill.-' i'n thi return trip from Sand) ii ;.
jncheon, prepared by Ihe iteward, Alfred ?'
- i- served In the dainty saloon, ani Mn farm
? Mr Mallory were toasted .i. i tl
? - -.. - - named if ter Mrs i ir
.t i- origin i, -'.-v. w ?
nd Ste, Comps! , Spai -?. - i' Mi
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r all. Shi
he ? s
I deck of
t\. tl: -..- . ?-. tl ii. "
lirra- ' '
I Btatei ihe
Aft nf the ititi
Ihei ? I'u
? 1 K -ld Tl ? ,'?'.?
ll . \ ? r i _ "
. quarters I H Hy I
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H. Yat< ? v
ESTIE SULLIVANS GOOD FORTUNE.
nt Al SHE iris |VH1
|1..> ri' ill ii:.". DRAM)
t ?n tin- top floor "f ti..- tem r:.- ? I
i.,i Thlrd-ave., ii. snail, dingy and
shed i",,in.s, Uv little Katie Sullivan
other, Mrs Patrick Sullivan. Ti., atm
.- has been a hard one with the Sullivan .,vi
is. Sullivan ek. i oul ai, existence foi hei
tughter by doing scrubbing work in downtown
flees, Bul all Ull- is pis! r,,r them now, anti
ie future lins been m.l' ros- colored f,,i them by
letter from John Donohue, it barri--,: ??'. I,ol,lu,.
1... writes that Kal!.- lots become Ihe I vi. --, of
number of acres "f land an,.' I ? ;
read) cash b) the death of her paternal ,?-,?.. \
th.-r, Patrick Sullivan. County Derrj Ireland
That famllv of Sulllvam have been land-owners
ci men if wealth in County iJerry r n genet
mr.- Patrick Sullivan, the father of ihe v
< j i... r relied s ith li- fs' to ; j ea ri ago ail
m.* to America, vtlvr.-. twenty yean ago, he
srrled Mrs Sullivan. Going dom bad lo worse
lillian Anal)) was glad p. ecure ri,-- rough* I
labor, and 'H.-1 :n ???-. leaving h : ?-.. :-. In
umstances. .Mrs. Sullivan has i? rn
.- bread tvinnei in,,-, and has been able lo keep
?r daughter at school. Katie ls a prett) girl, foui
en vats ..id, and of tb- brunette im-- of Irish
?auty. When The Tribune reporter vlalted Ihe
nemeni hons., yesterday afternoon he found a
oup of boys an'l girls "f rbi- neighborhood congre
ited around the entrain >,
ls y.-r looking fer de mlltonalr?" tr.,., .- ked,
K"rl\-, and. without wa fora reply, veni .
.- ir,forman ,ri ' .*-' ie se On ?!?? I ip !!? r.'' al I as the
porter began to climb the ui irpei. i -"iii-, the)
sumed -r,.- discussion of the itupendoua news re
t-i.iifcc their old ? ompanion.
IVhen th<- reporter app< n I st the Sullivan apart
? n's the roomi were (Hied with women, who ap
sred to i>. clad in light sum me i costumes, snd a
th w.ts made for various corners and clothes
,--. Mrs Sullivan waa oul al ber work, bul a
ixe, good-nature. Irish woman, an old friend ol
.- family, told aboii Katie's good luck
That'i Miss Sullivan." abe saki, with dignity,
she pointed oul pretty Katie, who sal on -,
? ?k.-p backed sofa and toy* I carelessly u;>h sn
e, with which si bad eveldently been preparing
tod for the k,i< hi n Uri.
.coordIns i" the biters received by Mi fi
, girl's -har.- In ri.state, which ls to be equally
riJed between her and her cu. in, patrick, who ls
Ireland, will t?' about ll,000,two in cash an I In
Btments, and several th maand a i ? ,,f land In
ninty Derry Donohue, who la Ihe ?..?????? for the
,- been appointed guardian ol both chll
en. Kalle, accompanied by Mr- O'Hol.'ey, s friend
I,,,| motlier, will Ball on the L'mbria on Wetlnes
y for Ireland, where lr ls expected thal h will
ter a convent school. As roon _? the mone) is
tslnsble and things ar. settled, Mrs Sullivan will
flow her daughter lo Ihe old country. Mis. Sulll
n has been In communication arith Mr, Dona
,. fof Ave weeks, bul sh," hus noi Iel h.-r da ugh
??_ inn- outlook k.tp her from working hurd every
TUE TOWN clerk's ur coi; ns ni i:.xi: n.
Ww-I.ondon, Cnn., ./uly 21. Tb.* residence or
mes I>. Avery, town derk <,f Groton, wa*, bumed
tbe ground last night. Tbs oldest lecorda of
. town, which were atort i in tr,.- attic of the
UBS '..ere destroyed. The pupers In ths . af
,rf. 'saved. The building was __H years old, and
Ht eniirely of '".k.
?Villi'! SKXTlMEXr AHA ISSI HOV. Ilona.
lallat, Tex., July 21.- The Commercial Club held
ISM! ly attended meeting last night to take Bl ti n
the recent speech of Governor Hogg io ii.e
.te troops at Austin. vice-President 1,,-lillie
..sided and caustic apeeches were made by load
-business mon of the elly. Resolutions ilcnounc
. be ilnvernor and his Anarchistic utterances
re adopted. Public sentiment la bitter *_;_.ll.Bt
IDLE REAL ESTATE MEN.
THK MARKKT DULL ANI) LIFELESS.
RRCiKERS PREPARING V"V. AN' ACTIVE KA l.t. SIM.
SON?LOWER RENT AU WANTED.
There wai ng In the real "-st..'-. mirk ,
Issi week. Transactions si I nh public and pri?
vate Bale were confined to unimportant i-oreel-,
anl lhere waa an aim.'*; total lack of life snd
activity tn real estate speculation. The market wns
mil up of legal sales, which w.t.* in rn,-- h
atances Md in by the plaintiffs, and the private
sales were .iri'ili an! attracted IRtle put.ii,- attention.
Towal ?? of the week lhere was enough
l >lng : . ihow that tbe current ,,f business Billi
i ms h v. a tn isl in ? lest way There
ar" a large number of transactions pending, but
i i .ken are un ible to bring tl neg .tlatloi s >? a
Close, ,'"i sc. n r Of lb- nbs.-nee from I ,wn Of
- T ere hive been In rh* last few
weeks runton of several large deals, but ns yei
none of them ti.ive nv: a Used The m,,?t r--,*,-rir
was in reference to the Robert L. Stuart
ii e. al Fifi! ive ind Slxty-elghth-st., which,
ll was said, had been Bold for -600,000 In IBM thli
rty was sold st i ' was bl 1 in by
ihe Stuart ? state f r ...". _n0
An Instance oi the coi i ?', .n of lha real estate
market, aa far is foreclosure salea ar.- concerned,
??? ,- :?:??, n on T linday il the rrtnlty Bale
when two properties were offered, neither of which
bren; ? ? . int of tbi with a bk ii
lt wai ? : Then are few large ?;,-?.it,is
wh ? are In the rn irk.: at present, i">! mos! -,f the
are wltl Ira s n or bid In by the pl ilntlff, In
to preveni i sacrlflce. There are many small
-l . i-11 ?; the i i ? n-ro ms ? ry day, bul th* -
limits tl il ?! " in irk" I la ll I by 1
r ? ? re too m11 n, who
?oking for h ir
.-, ? thal ni-v-r come They are like -he broken
down brokers, who have "gone broke" in Well
but who n ? mg Thi i nibble
and b ??? si every! Ing that I offi r I, bul I
live spec ul 11
h n ?? y- - . look back ? n a past, And them a
PALL RENTING BEASON BEGINS
The fall-renting season la beglm ng In earnest
irge number pf tenants who
left the Ing snd the number of houses,
u*,'-. thal are vac ,r.r.
? , .ir,- mik,iv efforts to hi i <
?entlng s..,_ ,n In the fall. The In .nirl*. for houses
i rt men i easing ind t.its who have
I in r ?... ii this summei hsv* already, in
nsny i from thi re landl ir ls
know if they Intend to make out new
There ls a bis demand for quarters In flat h i
more -ii in six or seven rooms sre re
a ? ?. ,-r. is ms :?? with sn
i lei ntl
far i .-.-.,,. . , p.
,-W exceptions, I 1
- i ii there
i rent that lhere will
sre ws i falling
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I'R I Ni'I PA I BALES I i* THE WEEK
? , \ l; l ?? I ? '
? ? ?? .
? ? ?
? '- I
i ' .
? ' . ? ' ' ?
i Gr. i ?
? tlrafl for J
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for S mon Loeb, to ..
Mr. O'Keen , in ,:..??
'? *" l i
. .: Ryal ha dd S< . Wesl md*
- ? ? ? ? ? Ult I J,|
. .- . for I erec
tta t hon
, ii . .hun In i and th r '-s fourth t., tu coal
Martha I'ostlgan haa f.i. i plans for a Av* stor)
? ?,.,,.-. r ii the ti' ? ommodatlon of ten fam ,
? *.-_ ll" Weal i ifie bui.'lr.-I arel tlfiv sixth- I
,. 1 for a i-story brli-k
,i.. and 511 Baal i ina hundred
|)ll Dill M -.--. ?:.-!.-'. T.. . oxt ? ?
John \l? I.-irii'.ti has Aird plsns i"i s two-?tor)
'tl th' ? le of 81x1
Ell Ih-ave., r.si
Vlarle Johanei on has :.!??! plans f,.r i?? two*
fl ?::,.- dwelling . "'\ :?'. on Ihe Weal ||i|e of ' .(,
... Southern Hot-lcvard. IS feet north of Home ! I
,i r ai, i u. s ?? Aled plsns f,.r a
.-? ware). I ill ling, 1.1x71, ..'. Nos.
M Gruhn bas nold f,,i Alexander Brothers ti
Edward Ju Ison, So GI Weal Houston st j hs
i, .i ison ,\ ill erect un the lai i evei
Tim A I'u have leased foi s E Rurkhalter the
op bri _ !? lone dwelling, Nn .1 , .
? ?. enth st , foi t: it a rental
t" ii Weber, acting a*, ? >?? utoi has sold r,i s
li Souilei ihe r.oii -',,'? tenement house with
. West Kori
I . . i ,..;-.-? ,-. Son sol I at the Trinity Bales
ld foreclosure, Nos. 123. I___ snd ill Wesl
hlrt) Iii -iii. i' '!?'? Lyon Tha
,,i?-i, -. ?,,..,-, -.,; i ur,'i-i order of th. i'ourt of i "om
,on Pie ?? in a son ,,f Annie il Sadlier, plaintiff,
,, : i?,i,- Lyon, defendant The property consists
? Ve stol \ la li k tl..tl,,, ist - ,,n |,,i
uti They were Bold i" the plaintiff foi tSo.Kl in
Tio- Metropolitan Life Insurance rompany hus
i,.,| plans f-,r s twelve-stor) annex, 115x100, to
. ;,i, ,.ni building In Twenty Ihlrd h ii win bel f,
ill! ,,f the lime material, and In Ihe same stile
. the pi.-sen! building, and will be for th.- ex-. .
USlve nae of th.nipan',. ^^?
CONVEYANCES AND MORTGAGES.
The follow mt. table shows the number of convey
-ices mortgages snd projected buildings for las
,., || ,ii, i for the ame week In IBU
COX* El -XC"EH
ISM is". I ||
July 14 In 20, Ju'v 1.1 .,, Pt. | n,
ID. - '-so e in, lu-it
if,r numil' r . _is
...tint If," nlved - - . ?.I
., I,,,,! Z4H, WBrds '
mil er n inn,.,I . '?'
I 'I Bamber -. r*t
r.l . bs,
m.,,. i .i' ?'? \-i ? ? to . IB"
?,,?_. in "h"i .**.om ,?:
,,?,?., ? lea* than -'. per real - SB
,.ii. Involve. . .1311. loo
, ,,,..., , i ab"*, - ? ? Hanks, 'I rum
,? 1 In- "I,Ol ?? .'.?.,|,.!l!e?. M
.si involved.I.Ti ooo
pp..ll CTKD Hi'lI.I.l.N'is
I.I o.-l "'Jl
.:? Ti-. *?!.;
Jul) l", t 81, July it i , 20,
in, he-Ire li,, luslve
? ... n it.,, fwu.sso
MR. si.Alix's Itilt.x ls CKIUCKT.
Providence, R. I . '"'v II A year ago tbs ' ira
Prank A Blavtn waa destroyed by a "Arebug,"
ul ail bul 'M" of his horses and all his Harness
era burned. Among the horses lost waa Music.
*i ooq tl nc.i v
?c.,, week some of his new horses became ill.
BSterday two of them fell dead. Last evening
r. Blavln- f >un,l hla new barn on lue ni four
oar,ti,- p..?.<???**. He sure..,!>,l In gsttlnf oul two
his horses, and was severely scorched In doing
The oilier elgnl horses wei. burneI to I
?ath. S-veral sets of harness and other property J
?re ISSt Mr. -.lavin ls a _<_a'.r"__.or... I
CBS RLES FBOBMAN RACK FROM EV Rt) TE
HI- Pl.ans r,<V. THE '"MIN"'*. SEASON? MANY NEW
PLATS SECl'REO ABROAD.
Charles Frohman arrived from nurope on the
Lucan la yesterday, after spending ten weeks In
the principal espltals of th- Old World.
"'rn my trip over from London, I arrange!
various pinn- for the season." Mr. Krohmnn said
yesterday. "The Empire Theatre opens the regu?
lar season with John I>rew early In September.
Previous to Mr. Iprew, I shall present "Charley*a
Aunt" for a few w.-e_s In August, with the New
Vork compuny which ls still playing In Chicago.
Mr Ores win appear in n m-w comedy for two
week.-, lt i- entitled "Christopher, Junior." This
I shall follow with the production "f "Ths Bau?
ble Shop" with Mr I>rew In the part that was
pbiyd In I.onion by Charlea Windham I uni
ur.d. r contract to produce thi- play in October.
My stock company returns to th-' Empire Theatre
f,r ibe regular season st the snd of ths tour lats
rn November, Ths Ural play the members will
present win bs lbs drama "Th.- Masqueraders,"
by Henry Arthur Jon.'-, BOW running Ht th.- St,
lameS'S Tl,.aire, London. This play will be fol?
lowed by a new comedy now being written by
Bronson Howard, i shall als,, have plays ready
iy Henry Guy Carleton, .VIIHam Gillette, Augustus
rhomss and franklin Eyles
"Ai tb- Standard Theatre I shall produce
The New Hot' in Sept.-mber for two months,
tfier which I shall play it at my theatre In H,,s
on. I shall follow "The New Roy" nt Hie Stand
tr,i v. "ti, Brandon Thomaa'a comely, entitled "Mar
?tage," an,i possii.lv a .ii..ma b) Henri Guy Carle
ton. I bave arranged for a hi. production ?f
?Shena loah" at the Academy "t Music, ami I
?vi.t to follow it itt il,nt bouse null ,. French
nelodrama, somewhat after th,' -'ile ..f "The
ru,, . upi,,.n ? I secure I ;t in Brussels lt is
mown tn tlc- French by tb,- title ??! ?Olgolette"
il, : lal: .,11 la.-t ll Ititi ." a! IV" AmblgU ll, i'.lli* I
lave als,, ?-?-,.ri : a new drama written Jointly
,v Ila ld in 'bam!,' rs, author of "Captain dwi i
u i| R i" Stevenson, which ts to be produi -I al
he Vdelphl Theatre, landon, In September: anew
liani.i bi Sydney Gi ii ly, author of "Sowing the
rVInd, " which is to be piv-lv i i In September at
he Comedy Theatre, London; a new farce by
h.- author of 'Jane,*' entitled 'The Foundling,'
1U0 to be produced in London In September at
I'..rn', Theatre; a nea drama by George
: sim*-, author of "The Llghta of London"; a new
urned bi the authoi - ul Oudgi on . a new
day lu- Alexandre Misson, authoi of "The Ma.sk",!
tall," and a new German rome?ly, shortly
,r,.-I.cd in Berlin. Mi contra ts for pla)
he lea Ung Ami i li an Ki gllsh
"The 'lui before leaving Bondon I sig
ru-t.s for the production tb.-re next Benson al
vi-t.'r lime, undei m.. management, of "The
liri I Left Behind Me ' 1 sb.iii produce lt with
, asl ulm-,st entirely ma le up of American
ictors nh,, have appeared In the play here. 1
bull also uk.- oval the American production, and
, vj.,-, t ihe authoi -. Mi ?? and Fyles,
lill g,, over with m- t" look .trier the production.
? i shall begin rm lours of ric- r ia I, pre en tina
av i.nu,us pla: . u. il-- latter part of A
hall begin by sen,inn: oul fourteen companies
'he nea plays which I may noi be able lo give
rsi In N.-w v,,rk I shall produce in Boston and
,--. u I am Interested In
?iii n ind ' ler*
FROM SLUMS io TIIE 8UNSBINE.
Pill* TH lin
? il IT A GLIMPSE OF
1 NK.1V LIFE
- rvti w with Ihe Ree Will ird ivr
',,,. Tribune !'?? h Air Fm I resulted In nn ar
mgement wherel thlrt) Idren and two km
Hlghl ?.!, I- of
:. w Jersey for two weeks. Then followed rhe
iry i itlona snd the
? usu ,i i ? ? r ''?? Inga ?'
i h.i,ts m. ik
De pat gs. renes tera tiona. In rs
? ? : ik.' . of romplete i ? i
? rt) Bappj ll Iren, de u
it i watt meeting Ihe
rt ihey se- iral
frlghtt Ihe e.,rth. an i in their
snd prof anil lei nner a
? . trie outer
i iver thi t more than three
f tn i on ler I- s
. ?? I eyes
So, 1 g through. I
ho are n..? t tiing fi
, i not m ik" one's
I al ws
I ? ,. -il"
? i look, I, v
si line, ? r now. n r,
spite ol |t la a
nge the prel r \
? ? ' . ? ? we Im
, fi ??'. it i i*. of summer an i gr.'.'Ti
hine I ? fy I
? , ,- ?
:. ii- ?
? i .1 ?
'!., 'a eyes All Inv.dui ind the kin Hy n itr in
** a wor i of pi , ? kindrn irti
er O ll t doo I i sj
, for a mk ? . - - -
res ,: i ih< ?:..-. s< ? - ? h >i?:? In th esrl)
Hie voices s'.ni Ka ne thank Th. -?
ll it.p) .- ' the I
?? ia-, has -? ? me i ->?? ru.l of pathos Bu
* i,e -r, more han pathoi N'ext .
? I bl :.g Jill a si ire of . \\ h :.
fori and hil
. uti ? h< ci.il Iren will tn fairyland n ll h
??ir kindergartners end bring i.k ir.
a hotiai , .- .? ? -.i i their tittil ', - ? ?
il> so serious i
immei gllmj f a
? a nh in og and .ti Ivlna I ?
WBJ DON'T TH ET I ET BIM OOt
PRIVATM OP tut- I8TH RKOIMEVT ill-" \
il MtD TIME ':i:viN',; TO HET HIS DIB
1 ll ll'.'ii: IMI Rlr> IMBI! l'"l: N'OT PAT
INO HI li- \ * ?,.
iv lerli !-. I.ri. ai. ,, but hi i rmplo) .-I b. K ill
'?i Hr ithera, al No 1,191 Third ive., ind 111 Ing il
?. 341 Esst Bevel ?: . .. ? ,ber 20, ISAA,
ll Hi I In i 'wiiipani a. Itt iv, |n i.-. :,. nerve
r Ave years. IBs term of service exi :r.-i on
?i .b,-r _.*.. IM, and h- applied for hil discharge,
: as i.-? baa been unable I i obtain ll
ta he b..- been ls Ludlow Stree) Jail for font
is, snd has pall Anes and dues aggregating IK',
'About Ihe lime ol the _xpli itlon ??! my -
ld l-swson ? ? -? ? i i" i nt to <'api tin Smith,
Company A, snd told him I winte.1 it,) dis
arge, anl aaked him how mu h I ? ?:?< i I ihoughi
was behind about II 'I'll iee aban lt.' replied
? captain, and thal nae "ii ihe answei I it. ubi
? when I went to him several times afterward.
February '?''*" ' ""aa threa'oned iiiii Imprison
ml If 1 did IWI pi> til. A hlch, ii tia- said, I
-I. I pall lt under protea! in Jul) _ I rovost
irshal .bdui i Croker arrested me , . i ir ok me
Hu,How Sue.-: Juli, because, tw said, I owed .li
ter remaining ther.. two da.-. I pail ih
.lu under protest. < pi, Tuesdsy i 't*.,k'-r si ested me
- not paying HS he said I owed, anl I wis again
k.-n io thc tali, where 1 remain I ., da) ani then
ce in ?re paid ihe ni,,nei under protest I have
v,-r received an ortl.-ial not..-?? thal I owed the
tlmenl until Friday, wh,-i: I received word that 1
ll owe MOTS
lt tbs armory lt wa- sill ihai Lawsm's failure
pa. gbOUl ll of due- hld MtU.-d lim lill the
mtde H" was mm on the rolla Lawson and hu
ipi,.vent liir.-.tieit to sus the regiment for damages
i to rec iver the sums ha has paid.
um DECKS "\ l rxtns EXTRACT.
Vebster City, Iowa. July :'l A well-dressed man
rived in this city three days ago Immediately
:er his arrival, Anding all Ibe saloons closed, be
dted a number "f groearj states and i.iii in _
pply of common bottled lemon extract Hi di
lng thia with pop he hhs nhl,. ?? ,,,:l|,,. ,? Jj,.
Heating drink. Fur three dins bs was iii a slate
beast!)' Int,nb".tlon. and lt wound up ni de*
lum tremetis. Ills room was searched, snd forty
ru lemon estrael bottles were lound that bad
n urained of their entente a chemical snai?
ls of the lemon extract soil by grocerymen in
the groc-ry stores od the elly dis,?:,,..,.,i ;he fact
ii :..: per ???nt of the contents of the nettles was I
"he grocer) men. fearing that they viii he _*
ned the |_no lax. under the Martin .'.inlet law,
ve placed their lemon extract on a back shelf,
d lt ls Impossible to buy any at pras.au ....
HE AR N
Weat Fourteenth street,
Extraordinary Values in
Goods for Summer Use and Wear.
Summer Sale of Ladies' Underwear.
There Ia no profit at thees prices
There nre lots of anice.!
Full I.eng"i cambria niffle
V SS of Unka and embniMerv
Pm ry rokea eot'd beading?B -n-iea
Fancy fakes Sae emb"y?10 ettie*
Fine lace snd emf;- trim?10 styles
Kill eire eaaabrla ruffe turks
Extra fin.* IfiiMitn?tueke-d Piffle.
With deep knit Inre ur wide ea.b'0
rathe Hires tu,*iis above.
I'nderaklrte?4 Ini-h h?m deep yoke
?n WV I. RS
'?"??ur tu kl v ike ban . -all alie*
T!,ree in-ks ?ml,'y sn. ruffle
Tu. ks nnd il-ep emb'y
Fin- lucks i-,|?n edge emb'y
on .|-;t COVMI
Cambric high, low. .qmr. sag V
Cainbil V ne. k _ ith ss__*y
<".inil,rl-* -lae* nnd ernhr"! .-ry
IHtrb nn . lew n.,*k?finn, Vii.
Mb I mi. French Emb'y-20 Hylea
Great Valor* In 'I
Boys' Summer Clothing.
luting Plana*! sn. Light p~**mbr!.**- were SS
? - * ? Waists full pleated were _o
ins Lawn Blouses, C 1 >r?. Chambray er
Embroidery trim?were 00..?
red I'-T-rnl. Waists Stir sn!
other popular mekes?all sises.
? mi Jersey -ll wool ',raid rrim or silk
, e-l nil e. lore-wer- 4 00.
Iriest Zouave Hulls -fan.-y brui .ed ?
,:.I baekle et knee w-r? .*! 10.
?i flneet Summer ll-,th Still- )??'
ind 'I rs w?re |4 en. 1.1.
istlty Wash .nii-r Sulta-handsotnely
? .I sll c 1 .rs-were 1 V) and 2 00.
lain nn,1 r-ncy T.ln?n . to IO yrs
i Fitnnei -i to i'i yrs?vslas TD
stra Elna a:i -Tool * I - IS yr. vatua o.
,tr-r Flannel, <'.i-?!m-re. and I)*at Charlot and
Pants ill si_es
lain nn! Fan-r Sall ,n>-wr>rth .10
ine Mixed Straws bee! .hare** w*nh **>
Ml tlnsws ard Senn*t Hratds?w.-trth 125
THK lommer Gloves
Silk" and uWashable Chamois"
in .n'li, aperlal valoei?
. !!-?? T-tfY-'i Silk Ola-re* all Shades U)e
idles1 Pure Silk Oleeea Ans .'isllty ?o.
idlea' li isl) ibis .'hamels
? ?* ?? satursl -n .piet..ir? or 4 button Ita
In Other Summer Specialties
Staple All Year Round Goods
-? m 1 Handhei '? _*htte sad eot*S IH.
?:,.?.? ll s Handkerehlefa wen ll v:
idles' ii: Linen Hemetll Brees IT ll -,
-.?I-m.- white and eol'd Vj-'
I _ mi Hemstitch 1_'>,
ental I.-.-" i: ni, White, and *i'it'?r
- Ungi Whits Ecru, and Hurler shad-s f,
? V'enie* I neening! w -rrh 3.1 IS
i ,? . Edgings 12 > !. i-_. 1!'.
ie ,."?-1 ? ,i -ri i Emt - I "eriee
red I i ? ?'? it' h Itv
ne Whits Embr Werie* I t. Il Inch IS
ii Irena nne Rmi ! S-irtin?s Us
?in,'li Skirting* line openwork designs fie
- - - Button* !>1
in Wa Isl pim i ld ind sttvsr M
dies' Walsi Seta Itaka uri battons Me
?rline Silver Hui;''!. ISl
u.mi..a shell .-.a,i Amt'tr sida combe pahr l-v
vet Plated i*ssiori SSc
?rllitg Plated I'lnner Kalvss H ds 0s
K,-,. Silver Title Trn i-|-v*-ns 'a ds SSc
gera' Silver Soup Ladles 0?.
?rllna Stlvee Kapkln Illnee - .Mi?
kel I'liiteil Srle.ii-. tSae. gill handle. __.
'-I Carver Sharpen*!- white i<ne htmii.-e io
, , heel - len Implement! fte
Knit * Bssortsd handles IS
kn Maatcun Cases Bve pieces ISS
hi W-l|_M -
- leather .
I. -. hal .
? ? 4 .
. .I'i .
Tt HKLI y.,.'
? ne i i m . 0
In Bags .!'? .
i. Beg* .ll
? an . ft..
- --"I- BBgS .IS..
>** Stilt , n?i-a. 4 .
ll'liiK Mass . B. . .
Iel Raga and Cases.10 ..
i aga . 7...
ketb oks . ri. .
. tl ..
Books . ?*..
ska . ????
.-"? ' ??
.. |] .
Me to 4 BO
.". 40 ? , 2.1 tai
6 HS lo H "?
ll M ?- .*.', ""
_;,.. ie ii i.i
1 IS ta 22 oi
>> BO lo li '?>
I M la 13 isi
lo M ? > WOO
7 IS I ? Jl fl
1 goto 2'", ov
! M ta IS tO
. il. ll
t*hslra . *. 7
Hus. . I. IS.
? . I . 2.
.othes Hns-. ?. 0.
.'.<>? 20-. '.. :i 4:.
40e n ll 40
SSe ta .1 IO
Se. lo 3 in
l 40 t,, .1 ns
I 40 i * il...
I SS to d ??)
1 US - ? 7 4'J
I.ember Drees Snit t'aees
Isl I ii ie
el th lined 5 pi*
linen lined 3 ;. .
l.est (Itll-ti thmushout f. 1) t
lltie?i 1111-r.lor ( nl.ln lina*.
gsgRr!* han_s*wa frame ralfshls lined?
t'.ie' bruni, lock and . n', h?s,
,.,, 4 ?H IS Ineh
Ttl I*. Inrh
AlllKHtor flub IIiirs
r,V,! In-I!e frnme patent litnse |,eat trim
1,. allier lln.-.l
|H 1, 2 ti*) Itl ln.h
lingham Lae* r^irtstes M Mtyie(
,. grotek lesa* Crseialas .".?_ yds long
lt )',,|nt 1.11,-e I'tirtalne .-Vj yda |,,ns
led Madras Curtain*.- t> .rdered alt around
H':l|-e QsSBSSk t'urtslns- nil colors
rilli.? I'-riler.-" -deep dado?full width
- Hrrl;.e _* rim* 40 In, he. wide
r.-.i Ciusb sills" Sir isis am Ik io
, - Figured Silk-linea 3. Inrlm wide
1 S|.,| Mu?llns--besl quality
inca* OeM Crops Ctoths
n and Fancy t Itlna Silks
lean 'irrw Haminocke?full BIBS "m"
t 8ail9r-inad* Hammeaka -.*.-- -~
THE lammer Fabrics
Serges for Travel and Outing!
w. offer Three hundred piece* %\
Strictly All Wool-Black and Navy?aa follows*?
30 eea ts
tin cen ta
All Wini Pubing*-Stripe*
Check* and See,,nd M.urnlnxs, were 41
All Wool Cksntaa?Nsvy niue, rm and Bla.-k
with polka, dote?were XV)
All Wool Flannel, and Cashmere Dehelse*
and Crepe Effecr*--some .14 Inches wide
All Wool Cheeks. Diagonals and Serges
All M'nrl Storm Serges and fln?at
French <-hallies and Flannels, were SO and 7S
Novelry rialda and French Xoveltl-*
In Illuminated Effects? were 73 to 1 23
Summer Specialties in Silks
Japanese Srrlpe Wash Silks?beet color* '
IVhITe IfnbiiT.il Wash Silke _ere 40
Black and P'olored CkhMS?fan,-y ngiires
200 pier., nne Japan and India Silks
Stree; rn]., and fan,*.- llaht effecta for
Evening- 24 to 32 Inch** WtSe?vain* fl?
Lustrous Black Japanese Silks?24 Inch.
Blaek Japanese Sllka?email designs tn
coIors-27 Inches wide?wer* TO.
Black and Navy Si-r.-ina?whl'e lins
and Stripes?Source snd very desirable.
All Silk Grenadine,.?Brocade and moir*
effects? 24 Inches wide?-Sta* 125.
Figured Glace Taffetas?all fancy shades.,
THE Sommer Gooda
for nnlreranl wt
Wash Dress Fabrics
and Ihelr rnrlety ls boondies*.
AH that mn be thought ef in printed or In woven C-tten
mar-rials for summer wear wa hav* in assortments that
lave male department famous.
Herewith s rsrtlil Mit of
Value* \ow Offered I
FlB?!>t French I.n^e Ginghams 14V. were lt
finest Fr,)!-h G'nghams Mia. wer* ..lt
Ex'ra fine Zephyrs ..2 Inch 12V. were .2S
Klnest Novelty Glnghsme *V; were IS
Beat American Press Glngh-tms e*t,e. were .lfl
"tegular Shitting Gingham* $\t; were JBMM
?'Inest Imported Matinee?
I il sal rTt i-s 1.1,
?*??-.<... |-*r---i >i Liters cool ar.! s ft l."?
"reneh Lawns plain and
?raved stripe* 12'?e:were ?T
"!n?.r Fr'nch I'lmlty 12'*v*; were 23
"un i imported Batistes ?
,'.itrk grout '?
"an, v Drees Lawns?3- !n*h
"?tt"v Dimities n??- styles
gotissella* Bo L, inde
la'ln Striped i'-snndles
'me Fingers- silk finish
'Ilk stripe! .'halites
".m-i India Cloths-!tgh' ard dark
temsrlr. lied Bayoaettes
"ren,*h t'repons^ dainty colors
.men finish Chambrays
I.tiatea doth?th* best
In* Imported Sateen*
?|ne French Brocade Sateens
"rench Twill Sateens
ire.s l.engrh Fine Sareens
"asr Black Henrletra Sareeni
'ann Puck Suitings
ill Color Turkey Reds
"Inest French Percales?yard wide
"ren,*h Percale*?yard wide
ixtra Iteaiy I .ress Peie-tl**
randard Cailenaa bee! mak-*s
'ency Summer Flannels?
n "n-shrlrkahle 0*.e. were .IS
louting F;anne!s_warranrel fast 3*-,o; were .15
Il Sill, r Waist is The SHIRT WAIST
In Silk. Iaiwn. I'ercale and Chambray
Th_s Prl*e* KOW Do Run;? V
STl IIB .ir I Farcy U*n
Whit* Lawn 1 I 1 Emby
Pereal* "iff front
Fren, h Cambric?etlg or 1
French Chevl '
KIVKFt LAWN WAIBTB >!?!? sn_ fancy
Fl hu, plealed or ga-herel frcnt
fis - were 1 M 2 40
were 1 00
? -re 1 23
wars 1 2_
were 1 2.1 to 2 00
were 2 00
laOS and Emby?
* ere SB
were 4 Ol
Chtaa I Ik WalBtl full foliar and belt
roary Hash Si'.!: best shapes
Kurra Fine Wash Silk*
Whits fnma Bilks?crooked co:ur and belt
Fancv Taffetas ai: ?? IS
reduced fr-rn S 00 tn 10 00.
White Lawn Waists? yoke and ruffle wei
Facey Lawn?)? ke and ruffle wei
The Summer Shoe
FOR LADIES AID ( HII.DRE.. IS
A great punt; ise ?t sacrifice jives opportunity OW
these* k rr at va I uea!
Russet Ties -opera toe and common-sens*
?hand turn-all flees and widths SSo
JCew Coffee 1 -,.|->r -hand turn medium too?
all sizes and widths?value 2 00 Mo
Finest Russet Mansa-fancy f. sing | gg
Russel Lsatber llo<i'e- sprlns heel 1 gp
Russet Qoatokla-faaey np ITS
ur MlaaMM and I'lrlar?
l" ,",.x Russv sprint. h*e\ ll to lo', 110
p. c?x Russel -spring bast?ll to 2 1 ao
1" I*,,, lbi-set Tics ll t,t 2 ISO
Russet spring heel-but'on and lac* OOo
Russet lace wl'h heel lt |0 i
III qaulallons are for Sae qualities?wat
ba .???..|.ur**.l ss Itl. Inferior woori* by many
lered Hi elmlliir prlrea?aole* ore of _olldl
ik lealher-etionlers are leather?made tm*
ear and comfort?every pair sold *?_**
Iverllsenirnt far depurtmen t-?tM?
ig skill aarcly os