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PROFIT IN IRON SHIPS
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4 Jhtrair Rud r ete tVeiss et Yarnc enlls Blrotl
ir MamWksu My bs Von wills MMIera
i IreMt Crsin U Oaean Mtl C elwla Tri
Hot J1 tho Bblp broken or South street
merchant a old men Borne ot the younger
MM havo Inherited not only the office occu
pied br heir father but tho acumen also
i Which enabled their father to accumulate
WUb With a menture ol old fashioned eon
ervatlim generated perhaps by the comfort
able methods of doing business In 1 Bouth
r let office the youngor men are not without
sop for the American merchant marine
We bUoy there is I money In ships nt
Ild one of the younger shipowner I not
l the came kind of blp which would have
keen profitable before the war but In modern
alI and ailing ships at that
r What kind of ship do you refer to
Iron ships
Why dont people build them then 1
Borne people aro building them Decauie
anne U I built I no argument against them
Ton may recollect that Canard successful
transatlantic steamship line wa established
f I 1840 and that American shipowners duck
1 their fast clipper for seven yean before Mr
Collins undertook to establish an American
line of learners and even then ho R unable
logetttiniclont capital to succeed with You
r pay further remember that Ericsson built the
Francis D Oad n In 1837 and thereby success
4 tally demonstrated the nfllclcnoy and economy
I pt the screw propeller but It took thirty years
bard work to Inluce shipbuilder to adopt tbe
snore economical method of propulsion
Can you demonstrate that moro money can
z l made with Iron sailing chip than with
Wooden onei 1
4 Yes and practically that Is to demonstrate
4 that any money Is to be mid In ships of tiny
p kind for shipowner have lover scan such dull
limes M have weighed them down thu past
r car and they nro not likely to goo them again
Iar
will show you tho flcuros for roll An Iron
hip Is more profitable because it will carry
snore cargo than a wooden ship of tho same
uUlde dimension I ls known by actual
eaauremonta made by Insurance companies
t that the weight of the wooden hull la 1 about
allt
enethlrd of Its displacement and that the
I weight of tho cargo la about throellftbo Tne
t4 Rllo of bull to cargo II I therefore about S
L 1 I By taking tho average weight of a large
I Bomber of hlp made of wood and of other
Bad of Iron I has been found that the Iron
alp weigh when well constructed 117 tier wnt
MM than wooden one As the weight of cargo
find hull are In the proportion of I to I the Iron
I nil will have the advnntage In carrying cnpno
1 tty by 69tb ot 27 or 15 pur cent thnt Is an
n ship will carry 115 tons fr every 100 tons
c earned by a wooden ship when both r of the
same outside dimension and both are loaded
4 1 the same draught of water This is I the first
advantage of an Iron ship
a The next advantage II U in tho amount to be
barged against a ship for tboannual deprecia
tion Nobody knows just how long a wellbuilt
welbul
Iron hull will last rwcnuio none has been In ox
4 anon long enough to determine that fact
Senator Frye In his speech on the Dlngley bill
Dnlle bi
r aid an Iron hull would last fifty year That
live an annual depreciation of 2 percent The
appreciation of a woOlen hull Is I per cent In
nrance companies will now favor an Iron hull
BT 1 per cent a year I you watch tho freight
f notations you will see that In Han Francisco
falling ships get from throe to six shil
ji lings per ton moro lor grain to Liverpool than
I Wooden ships In fact wooden ship Me at author
le
thor watching the Iron ships load at high rate
I While they can get nocargoes itt any figures
But the enormoin COAt of an Iron ship will
atwelgh those advantages to 1 great extent
WJiI I not 1
No The American fihlpbulldlng Corapnny
bunched two ships this year ono of which
I assured 1900 tons Hho loaded 9100 ton
z lr Oregon A woolen ship to car that load
Would register 3200 tons Tho price of wooden
ships at the best Bath yards Is from tGO to IG5
a ton so tho wooden ship would coat 1132000
tf Tha Iron ship at tho present nun of U320
Ion carrying rapacity costs 175000 The dif
I rene is I 138500 on which tha Interest Is
1840 a yenr The annual depreciation of the
woodon chip I 10000 1 year antI the annual
depreciation of the Iron stun 3410 a year or
t k difference of 8190 Hubtractlng the 11510
q ton find that tho Iron shipowner has gained In
J 7i sr flOW 90 hi It competitor In that ono
A ttemaloni
Ptf To show the profit in an Iron ship twill
cl Ire you tho figures on one She carried out
10 ton of cargo for which she rncolvod 19 a
ton or enrloi Pacific const freights run
c ha will get t2 a ton for grain to Liverpool or
f4 1S2 To get around tohorporcl t depart
i are will require not over om far Out of the
KroslriCcouin olJoaCOo she will have to pay for
L insurance 17673 for the orew and their food
VI13000 for thn broker f31o for deNellton
of property 9410 for thlp chandlery S2VX
i goT 1Hotan 5UO for tho Htnv dorea t2200
4 wd for interest on the Investment ti > H20
The total expense will 0 porhnps f3UOCH > and
this loavei a clean profit above the interest on
the investment ot jlCOOO That Is MtMUly 10
1 Kroent not profit which may bocnllvd a fair
usinese especially as the owner of the shin Is
t tot laltsteful tied up locality to a utoraoraehonorany other
Fow men notncnualntod with shlpi would
tare to Invest a fortune In 1 ship oen when
belt rot Irlq onn ba hail <
True tow men own whole ulilns Ships
rebuilt by companies and that will b dono
In the future moro than It has boon dnno In
tao past because the now law limits tho liabili
k ty of an owner In case of damage to the
mount of stock ho hold In tho Miip UuMdos
there Is a cront opunlnc for smaller vcds ls In
the conitlnu trailo of the United Ktnton thoro
are at present 25DOOOJ tOiS of woolen schoon
era Tho Iron ochooncr has 1 great ailvauiHB
ci over the wooden ono not only In tho points
mentioned In flu Iron shti > but In
c the matter of draught Freight rates on
mahogany from tIm lulf of JIoxkM ports
Uul
for instance are governed by tho depth of
water over the bar off the port Tim shottcr
the bar the higher tho rate paid The same
difference pertains to other trades The
wooden schooner cannot possibly compote
4 with the buorant Iron hull In such trades The
iron schooner Hid n Ing which U a clipper
Eon the way took 1 cargo ot steel clNlor
i Southern port a short time since and obtained
Kvuntyflve cents n ton I believe It was above
me price offered to a wooden hull because aha
aould take the lot In over the bar without
llihterlng Auvpart of thor
One would think such figures would over
1 OBM conservatism
i Naturally but you see vessel owners have
made so little money in tho past few years
that they have no great laRt of money to
monl
build with and so they are the more cautious
bout tbeio new tberare notions while new
J
Mood Is 1 very slow about venturing Into bps
MMJR RUNT lt DKLAWAKE COVXIS
Vancn Kill a BI Os tkat bud IrtvtMy
v Dcvoaml Fifty of Tfctlr Uhttr
r EOXBUBT Delaware County July 24Tho
farmer of Red Kill Delaware county havo
been annoyed this summer every little while
kt by a bear killing and carrying off their heap
c Upward of fifty sheep and lamb have been
killed out of the few nocks whoso pasture
border on what I 1 known ns Butternut Moun
c tain Burke Scuddera hired man John
SImon who was returning from Roxbury on
Tuesday night last ascertained that bruin had
c crossed the lieu Kilt road to resume his
previous depredation Mr Scudder notified
the neighbor antI a posse for tho capture of
f the bear was at onO organized W R Law
rence and F 8 Bellows wore to take the
f bounds and start tho boar whllo eight other
ti nen with gun were to guard the pass
Iun
t coding to the CnuVlll Mountains pas
twos surmised that thu bear would make for
the mountain as noon as be wo attacked At
I
WI atacked
1 I oclock sharp every man wa at his post At
IX there a music In the air for Himons old
hound told the aniloui to look
10und Inlou party sharp as
L le was coming with the bear ahead of him
1 Uruln took ono turn around Uutuirnut Mouu
y taln and then started as was expected through
c the pass for tho CaUkllls Tho first man bruin
vet was Harrison Morse a veteran soldier
who cave him I charge ot buckshot which
e caused bruin to change ends at once He ran
c abut eighty rods but the buckshot bad
proved ofteetlve and It was soon seen that he
could not escape 8lmon hound told the do
s lighted hut excited party that bruin was their
meat Ho was found in the rocks with bin
ial out In philn sight nearly exhausted from
lo of blood llurko Hcudder put a ball
through his head which ended bruin bl
n and put an end to the bunt When weighed
t be tipped the bam at 310 pounds olbod
A Ir roU 1Iy Kills M Ills 35ltlesk
GLKN Srrr N Y July a tLite WIle Hun
4rUunj tut yrarolil ion of s widow ty thai ntm
t whll < putliii down lb ro ilil tli l a nil motliMf
koiiica Wilndy IMI I tucont > rt4 a mossier
tlMaakt The nk aa coil 1 and ready to Strike
1lt
ye lad who is I mull for hit cc cut ntuut nick nj
4 arproMalRf I Ibt uak CKUllAuf > from t hln1 dealt K
Minnliic blow tbn la partly r r rn Ith bete the
Pi Muktt rould stilt all Ixty Mvtriu well dtrectcil blow
iu4 l It I Un iiifMurlnr Ituat fouuj lo to four jest
i i task In lnfth sod luarlr ll lucb l thick Th
= g
Ilitl ftllow broufht 1a lti tnitt I In la hit mother ccl l
1 iklnn < I for the jot wbkh when tried oal Is worth
VI an ounce for mtUlclnal purposes
¼ n Oru tevorad wllk Hp BUMCM
i CHinar TAIXST July 2iTbe high winds
i ttitkav prvitlet In I this region for xtertl wetki
past bay bita very dimxiaf I lb rowing hop vlut
f flwls4lshdlhtDiei Ia at the Inal
r iycrd with lb binseoms TI dsusg from
t iseslsimit4itOD tbird TbseYerSdrOeibl
0 aa dmiig4 II crop cM ytadsJs rl Is 1
4 WVa
4t i
P41107 ronmoiTOJt 81l1
Tbs nmmmrii YI M MrUkliB tr m Oaa
kon Trmktaok ai
Porters lilted twenty pine packing boxes
out of the hold of the learner City of Alum
dna when the landed at her wbarf on the East
nivar yesterday morning and slammed them
one alter another on a waiting one bone
truck Three hundred shrill earsplitting
screams rent the air I the boxes truck the
truck boards and BOO children of Roosevelt
street school dashed bareheaded down t the
dock and hung on to the truck In f wan A
the horse sauntered up to the door ot Donald
Burnss Roosevelt street aviary Mr Burn
knocked the head off the boxes In the dark
cellar beneath the aviary and In about Ova
minute 200 lullgrown greentufted parrot
were flying round tha Scotchmans head and
100 tiny dwarf parrot were backing up the gen
eral vocal uproar with screams that were out
of sill proportion to the size of tho bird The
bird ward received from Mexico to lilt Boston
order Two of the arrival were blackfeath
ered Jungle fowl with red throat tassel and
dainty leas One of them was A female
II A long time said Mr urnl since a
female was shipped here They ore valuable
for breeding experiment although they have
to be kept caged for a year to tame them b
fore they will bred Dostonlans seem to b
to
fond of these parrots and narouuet They
keep lending t New York alter them without
e1 afer
any apparent let up the year round There Is I
I big boom In monkeys Just now too and I hivo
bad to send out for a fresh Installment ore
got A sacred Indian monkey now Ha has not
Cushy silvergray hair and has boon ordered
by a showman
Snakes too are In demand lust now
chimed In llrllurnaa trayhaired asMsUnt
yanking A huge wooden box from under the
monkey rage Dar the show window The
box was oblong In shape and WlnroWI it wu
fitted another big box made of gloss In framed
sections with a lid also cut In two sections
The old man lifted the right hand ltd and
showed the visitor a huge fat rattlesnake
coiled up In bunch and flickering rattonak
forked tongue listlessly The reptile body
wits nearly hal a foot In diameter in II stout
A Fhowman ordered this fellow today ho
ddod and he got to pay 350 or he cant
have him Ia 15
snake Idnt trade Showman Rellly death hurt the
No Wo June got three orders since
Then tho old man stopped laid his pipe care
plj ar
Sully on the top of the monkey cage where the
monkey couldnt get It and dived his band
down Into the glass box seWed the big snake
just back ol his head lifted him up bl the air
and threw a coil round his neck Then he
threw back the head and ran thu forefinger of
his left band Into the snakes mouth and
showed tho red cartilage of the jaw
There fir you see hes healthy and not too
old ho said to another customer You
neednt b sfrilj lIes had so much to eat
that hii Is i chock full and to lazy to bite There
Isnt much dancer about snakes I you r care
ful with them Ive handled them every day
tm evr
for years without an accident The trouble
with Itellty was he lost his head when those
throe drunken fellow taunted him about the
snake being stuffed He lot go his grip He
le
should have kept him well led and held on to
him tight Then he would till have been
ben
making money In his how I
ZHK BRATS OKDKRED BACK I
Calslr Wln Tklaki that Sb Wlskts
ftko Public Ibould Deride
Superintendent Anourln Jonos of the Park
Department received orders yesterday from
Commissioner Wale to replace the seat In the
City Hal Park which were removed br Com
missioner Vlelo When asked about the order
Mr Wales said
The park Is for tho benefit Of the public
and of course tho wishes of tho public In the
matter ought to b consulted Mr Vlnla or
dered them out on his own responsibility I
did not think It very nice for him to do so with
out consulting his associates but since bo has
exercised his indlxldual responsibility I will
do likewise Tho old seats reeloD all been placed
to advantage In uptown park and I therefore
ordered new ones put around the City Hall
For this reason tho seats will probably not be
in place for two or three days yet b
Mayor Edson says that his position In the
mutter of the seats In City Hull Park has been
misunderstood Ho never requested Commis
sioner Vlolo to remove the stats Commissioner
VIolo and CIt Steers ho says went to
iIn and represented > thd scats wew regu
lar crime breeders On their strong repre
sentations ho contionted to the removal with
out urtficr Investigation He is now very much
in favor of returning them muc
Time Lekman Ilcrmtt Trumping name
PonT JEBVIS July 21 Austin Sheldon the
Lehman hermit wa loon In InC itretle today dreued
In a ragged lilt of clolliis mud an old torn hit lit car
net lili old cent and a n eKth < Mtalne < l umbrella with
an old Kflpftck depending from the vnd of It He tva
seen on Orange imrc < two wetkt ago and woo arrested
for oMerly nib ITAI released on rrmn nir
to lea town whirl he I did He Alit loilav that tie linii
tieeueudea rln to flu 1 a real lln l Connecticut to Ret to
tile relslhei that he wa tlreJ of the oM hut sat
wanted todle In tour lurroututed I bv his I frleml lie
pail that ha had teen wandering around a highway i i
which from Ids dencrlplloii was ou of the Jertejr
riste t but ho hoped lie wai now in the flOut I rod to
tunnecttcut He talked rivilotmlljT for atlnie and then
I urnt out with n torrent of abuse on what he termed hie
nenilei peoMo nho have tenderly l carrd for him I
when Ir wa III tint < t unable to help liliuvef Ho left
ton n this e enlnff after bidding all gm > d hy out l tliauk
lair In Connecticut hi friends fur assisting titus In reaching his relative
ftoiloua Droutk In the Ohio Tsill y
CINCINNATI July 21A great drought that
affects both 11e of the Ohio River In Ohio West Vir
ginia Kentucky and India which set In about July
I II causing grave apprehension not to I lay alarm 1
doc 101 affect the wheat touch of that hu bn cut
and nearly alt of It has been threshed and garnered In I
fine eouuitlon I Late oats have been set back br It the
= II Iob
talilr s have betn dried up and the corn has been
ruunlit to a standstill In Ita growth alto illds of
corn tn the rich lauds for lo inltea back finn the Ohio
litTer on each side may be seen taiseUlng less than
shoulder tilgli YotaCuo a and 1 all Other small crops sro
Injuriously affected Tne season for small fruit is last
The I promise for apples ss never belter until lh
drought 1111 Rut the greatest danicr Is In the growing
corn UnUs coploua rains should fall very soon hi he
yield of corn J lu tbe great corn growing region will hi
greatly reduced and many tenant farmers n li suffer
serious lost
Tke Yellow rver Cssaa Is Nw Orltaia
NEW OBLIANS July DirectorGeneral
Burke ot lh World Exposition lends the following tel
egram In regard to the alleged yellow f evtr caw m
Ksw ORLiins I4Julr3J
T BoarJ of Health reported a IJal < e of
fever and Dr Bemlvaof the Xatlonal Board of Health
I > r Godfrey of the Marine llt 1 > iplial tienlce Dr Flnney
ex Quarantine ofllceri Dr Solomon and President Joseph
Jctfida
Soul Holt of the Louisiana Board of Health were ap
pointed a commission to ln estlgata and to eaCh a post
mortem examination to h made l > r I 0 Hchmldt
pathologist cf ttie Charity llosnltal made a micro
coiical XHininatlon and upon hie report and tht state
ueitt nf the commission the Board of llenltli dcclarci
that the report of yellow fever I not confirm Pro
Uodfrey riuney and Solomon also decar that IDS
m
caM was sot ellow fever
C A Boa Director a < ncraL
UvwTkuiad Oorrcla Wklakcr Dar
OOMXELLSVZLLE To July 4A Overholt A
Co distill try caught Ore taut nlghlat I oclock and
In lest than three hour lb main building with three
bonded warehouses and seven thousand bal ot whis
key ware burned The origin of tha Ore was either
pontaneoui combustion I of mill dust or cigar left by a
workman The grosa value I of the whiskey I JI Is I tVioiiia
andllie loss on bulldlnge and machinery Is S11300U
One warehouse with six hnndretl barrels of whiskey
was saved Ever thing was fully Insured Nearly all of
W f f I
the whiskey was owne < l by fhlladelphla and New York
t nio The flames I up the rgt miles around
and burning whiskey flowed down tha river I Twenty
are larrels were rolled away and the whiskey was
dipped np by the mob and there war hundreds of
drunken men
Drowneel While em at FUklir Trim
UOSTOX July tFNd Hovey and Edward
Bell of Boston and Willie Trlpp of Welts lie starts1 on
a fishing trip this morning In going over the bar at
11 Harbor the boat was capsized and Fret Hovey
and Willie Tripp were drowned Edward Bell lon
rue lu a nuconicions condition but has recovered
Bell reports that Trlpp dung his arms around Hoveya
neck so lhat be was unable tofrea hiutielf and both
tuk t iretb > r Fred llnvey U a ton of Cot Charles I II
tinny of Koxbnry He had txen spending his vacation
with several other companions
A llcisiasi see mmm Ilia Prlaemor Escapes
CHICAGO July 2A pickpocket who gave
ii name Samuel Maynard was shot whit rsslllng
arrest last night and was taken to the hospital from
which he male his escape I was recaptured earlr
this mnlnCb Iolma Inkier who was followed
ou the a sy In iho 111101 by a r1 01 the r rioor <
oaddoly ralbd It the potirintait sad thrust a plolln
his face ant 01 plmn bUI1 prostrated IlnI
head d tnOIfeI I a wound paIa prove fatal
J
hulk Maynird and hiopai escape and sri stilt l at 5ge
Knvcel her Fancy Work bug Fetrsrol ker b
FULTONVILUC July iTho valley baa been
clondeil wth ooh for several days because of a Ore
rsglcf among tha Umber on Big Nosa caught from a
spark from a West Shore locomotive It la I alI that
fully five acres wtr burned over Tha smoke was In
creased from the laro fire In Fonda yesterday v here
iII
bdVri4
tweiitytbree buildings were hunted Mrs Thaddeu
Horldn waaf arefal 10 ret her articles fancy work
and forgot tier hail 1n1 the cradle Wallace Davis herd
ally reMurd little one
New Bklat for the Mrysis Liar
ruiuiDiUTiii July 24The new Iron steam
C r El rue the aecoml low being bali far ma Morgan
Steamship Company ot Ktw York was succeasfull
launched tale svfiernoon from Iht shipyard af Win
Oramp A lass TTi chrtsiealnt was doss by Mua Altos
rr t rfhJ1t J
Wklit daaghlar ot M M While a baaker of CiMlanaU
flu altamsr wb < ctniftlsleii will rua telwxa New
YorkaadewOrtana Taecoulracte l saw at Crtaps
said fur Iks Morgaai UM aaouit It 1XOOM
O t
Aru rDZJI mm nunicr i
n IPstaOSrS Are wllk Ike oJ mrt Tklak
IM Xe MrpktKsl dalltr
Kate Murphy ft pretty girl of 18 WM on
trial for burglary yesterday In the General
Sessions Her pleasing face and modest bear
Ing won bar the sympathy ol the Jury and the
peetator from the outset
The evidence for the prosecution wM that
the apartment of Horace Bradford In the
Sutherland flat at 709 Madison avenue wa
broken Into on July 7 and robbed of 1400 worth
ol jewelry Mr Bradford and his family went
to the country early In Hay and closed the
flat At that time they discharged Kate Mur
phy who bad been employed br them Henry
Murphy the ball boy of the flats testified that
hn saw Katn Murphy come down stain ou the
afternoon of the 7th and quit the house Bhe
was arrested a few days later
In bar own behalf Kate testified that she
came to the Unltnd Bute about two yean ago I
and soon got work aa a servant 8be went to
the HuthTland Oat on July 7 but knew noth
Ing of the burglary until she was arrested
Hho reached the flat at about S oclock In the
afternoon her object being to visit Mary Fitz
gerald a servant In ono of the apartment and
get soma clothing sho had left In Mary care
when she quilted Mr Bradford employ Sho
pent tile evening with Mary Fitzgerald not
setting out for home until nearly 0 clock
Mary corroborated Eats Wm Campbell a
gentleman who Is I spending the summer at
Long liranch with liii family and who laid
that he had got up from a lick bed without a
lubpcrna and come to this city to tell what he
knew of Kate Murphy testified that she had
been In his service aDd bore an exemplary
reputation
Recorder flmyth said that he Will Inclined to
think that there wo more than a reasonable
doubt a to Kate Murphy guilt and advised
the Jury to acquit her As the foreman pro
nounced tho verdict of acquittal the court
room rang with applause Kale Murphy wa
discharged and aim qutttnd the court room
half In tear and ball In smiles
KXO8 ACCOUNT WITU A DTXIT t CO
T Btki to loa Kz Mlsits1 ts 1s TTksit
Became or sjtseuioo
A suit has been begun in the Supreme Court
by tht Second National Bank against Arthur DUd
I
Abraham It L Norton by the service of summons and
tits voluntary appearance of the defendants An order I
was obtained requiring Iht dtftndantt appear and bt i
examined aa to their accounts and transactions with
I
John C Eno Individually and as Presldsnt of the
Second National Bank Tht defendant who compost
tha firm ot A Drett A Co wore formerly the brokers
ot Mr Eon Tuterday Mr Dsloi McCnrdr u their
counsel I made a motion I befusi JudgtVan Brunt to va
Ulft the order for their examination
That order had been granted upon an affidavit James
A Trowbrldge President ot the bank I It set forth
that KIO had misappropriated largt sums of money had
peculated largely la stocks through different broken
among them being A Dyett A Co to whom ha had given
checks signed I by himself aa President and drawn upon
the bank for XHAIMX and thai they hate never made
rood or accounted fI the money to the bank oVhAf
fendants declined to girt any ipeclBe Information to the
bank with regard to their dialing and c000ie with
John C Eno and without this Information bank as
serts It cannot frame III complaint
rJr
Mr Hnbbard counsel for the bank opposed Vr Me
Curdya motion laying that this bank had one or two
causes of action against the defendants titter an ac
tion 1 for money nl loaned or ont charging them with con
spirecy with Ent
Judge Van Brunt decided that this bank cb no right
to examine the brokers for the purpose of ascertaining
whether had a case of action or not or what particu
tar I causa of action U might have but might cumin
them to show the condition ot the accounts In I order
that a complaint might be framed Mr Hnbbard askxl
that the examination ahonld proceed btort a referee
and later In l the day the Jndgtdlrected a referents
DlveraUtu oftfce Building BueUci
A few months ago the builder of the tremen
dous Chelsea apartment hogs la t Welt Twentythird
strict who had been piling np bricks and stone till
dwellers on the opposite side ot the street began to p I
all about tht probability ot the flats touching the
moon suddenly itopptd short at the fifteenth story put
on a roof and climbed down to the sidewalk to excavate
a sewer They struck rock a few feet below I the tnrfact
and began to flast Yeslerdav morning I as a bobtail car
rattled through Twentv > thlrd street a workman In a red
shirt climbed out of the sewer cavity and waved a rid
nag frantically The car came to an abrupt hall and so
did a rumbling siege and a crowd of pedestrian stood
Hill and clapped tnelr palms over their earl Another
workman with abluejumoer ran In I an opposite direr
lion and waved back a group of women Iliree errand
boys truck and two carriages Others came up and
topped When everything had come to a standstill I a
third workman touched oft a fuse down In the I hole I and
then claml > eret up out ot the sewer with the haste of a
roan who has half a second to catch the last train TIoi
there Wf s hud report of gl t VWiiK M 1 levier It
and lion and splinters of wood Thai sald a
tan on till bobtail car Is I anlce llllle slow we ban
hC n dozen limes a day It has driven most of the tee
dents lu this Into the country
Mr Gjre Bucks Out
Secretary E C Stanton of tho Metropolitan
Opera House Company has received Information from
IIIr Oeorge L Rive who went to London recently
perfect the contract with Mr aye that It li I expected
hat Mr Oyc will bt nnablo fulfil tht contract whim
he recently signed by n hlch he consented to act us
nanaiter for the Metropolitan Opera house In the com
inC eamit
InI We have received nn word from Mr Ova himself
Mr Stanton t said yeterday hail as Mr hives writes
hat Mr 1 lye hue retreated from his position we must
accept as a fact The cause of Mr 1 Qxvs nctloii Is sold
to be that he Is not able to engage artists whote services I
his hail hoped to secure Further particulars have tint
come to my knowle l One Ihlnz is l certain however
and that la that tho dlrrctnrx of the Metropolitan Opera
louse tlo not despair of glln opera not winter han I
we any one In mind besides Mr Uyet Wall I am not at
liberty to ray
Mr Field s > t SCam ua kit Boor
Mr Cyrus W IloM 1 cnvo a lunch yesterday
upon the roof of the Washington building 1 Broadway
of which he Is the principal owner lie > elt In com
nenioratlon of the opening of the building to the ninety
and more tenants Including himself thit he has
secured The Inflations wtr generally accepted
Many of the gueiti who arrived after the Important
In of the prndrannie hd been 1 undertaken canio ap
arenlly ti > enjoy J the nine t story t ride I oht the I elevator and
it he rxteirUri I view of the ilr i the bay New Jersey
Long Islitml I and the tv ted roads hint le I ohUuinMa
front the battlements of > lr 1 ride Immense and lofty
Jllildlng The list of guesta included nearly every ono
rom Knfii Hatch to Mayor Ktiion Among thos pres
l
ent were nank and railroad Presidents shoCk produce
and other brokers the Rev Henry M Field its Id Iud
icy Field tenants ot the building detectives and news
paper men
tnu
Heavy Failure in the Pupcr Trade
Hand t Ellsworth paper merchant of 61
Beekmtn street failed yesterday and the members of
the flrui Allen F Hand and Eugene Ellsworth mad an
assignment to John A Plerson giving preferences for
PSWX to relatives for trust funds or money left In Iht
business The firm owned the publishing bnemest car
ried oil by John B Alden agent of 3yl Pearl street
The were creditors In tha failure I of the American Book
Exenangf which he managed and klrII I aald tried to
wore out their Interest in this way Mr Hand citlmatts
tht liabilities at 01101
Max Oppenhelmer dealer In msna furnishing goods
at bril Broadway mada an assignment yesterday to
IN
Lewis Nswmau ghing 1 preferences for lrtord
Gssrrlpy Diet of kit Broken Leg
Charles Oarrlpy who called himself George
Smith took a room at the Hotel Everett In Chatham
Ireet In January last lit drank much and was gen
trally quarrelsome Oa tIle evening ot July II he was I
taken from the marble slept In front ot the hotel to
lite Chamber Street Hospital with his right leg broken I
Hedlcdln the New York Hospital in Wednesday It
was out at that hotel yesterday that Garrlpy
struck John Stack M boarder at the hotel In the fsce
and that a scum between the men resulted In U jrrlpys
fa lint down and breaking Ills I leg Jarrlpy was 34 > ears
1d 0m1 Iff
oM and came from Ijitci hits family rvIf to bt
wealthy this sleicr came here yesterday and took
charge of his body Tnere will bt an Inquest
Jay Gold TCsml Cosna tm Cemrt i
Jay Oould and Robert L Cutting Jr were
eummoned to serve at United States Grand Jurors on I
the loth ot July Neither of them appeared nor did I
they send any excuse An order was made commanding
to IIC them to show cause why they should not bt punish
ed for contempt of court Yesterday the day the order
was returnable Mr Culling appeared and appealed tht
Wrath nf the Court by explaining that bt was a lawyer
Juilie Benedict excused him
air Gould did Dot appear An allaa order was there
upon Issued and Mr flould win have another oppor
tunity to explain himself on the second Tuesday In next
October
PourS mm Kxperlrsieoel Fenem ID kla OSJC
flhen W J Shaw of the firm of W J A F W
Shaw dealers In painters snppllei at lie West Thirty
ninth Street entered hit cOlts yesterday morning he
found Henry Stewart ransacking a drawer Stewart
knocksd haw down and ran out of the office A crowd
pursued Mewirt to a lumber yard rm Thlrly lgMh
street 1 and Policeman Itcagan found him walklag lei
surely about the yard In his shirt I sleevee The police
man had lo club him before he could make him pris
Coo fciewan lives al ilia West Twenty seventh street
111 Is i alto known as Thomas Murray and his plrtura Is I
la tha Rogues Gallery lie baa served m half dozen
terms for burglaries and larcenies Justice rord hed
him In f luu ball yesterday
Salt ra tko Paddluc cud Red Hair 1st tke
Butler
Daniel Conway a carver at Hotel Everett
on Chatham street says that Annie Unlvlhlll one ot tht
servants pet a tablespoonful of sail Instead of t
on his nfihl He cau < ht her and thrust her auburn
thek into I a dish ol newly made bitter bhe showed a
blackened lye and a bruised face and arm al Hi Tomb
yesterday and txAlaeuiblyman Paul Everett gins ball i
for Conway
It Teak a Inter F rsx
Mrs Annie Drown a rosycheeked dark
haired rolJdltaged womao lat on a bench In Battery
Park yesterday afternoon and distributed a pile ot tracts
to the crowd that gathered Then she read aloud from
StOic Policeman Barn arrested ker At ins ToniLs
she sail sbt was from Uackensack and had never bee a
druak before She was locked up for ten days
llnrks with she Klaae > Si
I A workman on the farm of Joseph Bozby at
Rtnwea wrJo Medneeday ploughed ap a koltte
nudtUI > 4 II Mr 10 KIag a stamp
ffflnutII
www fl
AVrTOWN ABTKBTiaiClU
A e Way I save their favors for Till Sun at tile only 15 >
Uicrlttd 1JMM Dptown Broadway advarllstmtnt corner Slst it offlcM till It i PM
Mi WeSt Sid at corns IItb BT tiltS PM
VgSM ar tatraatt on 47U IJIII C P M
I M4lh avcorner tIlt st till S P M
1 MrT at ST near euth Cs
Sast lUth at Deaf 54 avN IUlTlS4 > PM
Mo extra charge
KXPr lir TB underwear luekera on Will
A e cox Illbbs machines steady work and genii jay
Apply all week at office 4th floorentranceJlhei
ass Bth av K II MACT A CO
flONNAZ and hand tmbruldsry In or ouli steam
1J power 6M Pearl it
IOK ntlurnm wanted tiperleneed hands
I at 48 Marion it
EXrKaXIKKCICrs frlngers wanted Call al 10
Li oclock 1 D WHITUUHK A CO 43 Btlkman
FtMRE stewing MarnlntKrhnolopen IL from 105
at tune Lodging HOUKS I a HI Marks plact Itt it
UMMKKlIAIIBiperltncsd lewert at ALVAII
HALL a COS 10 and 12 Thomas it
yA4TVflExPerttoad epseators on lace goodll
also hands on haiti bows Apply to
PAUL 1 BIArlr 1t2 Greene
WA U T rr A forewoman fully competent to design
1 v arllflclal flowers and fancy feathers Apply at M
Broadway up stairs
V A N TKOBntlanholt operators on shot i also an
f T experienced hand to cat butwnholel Ml Leonard
St Brooklyn B D
tVAKTKUBerlln t Jontt Envelope Co 134 wit
V t mT o rllr rIbfO S
TV Ham it want nrstclaa flat bands en piper
bezel
IVANTKWTrlmmers an Una stiff hats atDIRK
W
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rlriiWR nmr f1
> V EKSUXABBUWN8 4410 sa Koseluiko tt Bklyn
laTANTICD Optrator on National buttonhole ma
V7hlnt AMAND fLAUTIS Mercer
WAtlTKlfTwe girls who tindeplanil polishing
VT Jowtlry P K COHBIN H Vesey St
TAMTEDIatisrbnI makers atApply at ORBBM
TT A BLACKWBLLA lOT IJnant at
VOLNeJ 111111 can obtain SituatiOns flfS Iodg
y t ab II r
I legs ant meals I at 5 cents esoh at the Oirt LOdgtIIg
tioops2ltiI Mvrksisc onbiork ealtof Cooper in
lkll
f ICI CICooper CI
rl f
suture I ummOer cars 0 Chtlrna Aid l Society
Ljiittedflidi
u
A SMART II AN of bnslness tactIn take erdrei 1
A OCcML
11 sir weekly COLLIBK 11 Vandewalsr at
BORER for brash
A ALEX 8PAULDIMO S8S to aWO Tib St Jersey City
A OFJ4Twsniedl latest novsltyt will sell on light
113 and 114 William IW Boor
nuOKIIINDcn AflriMlaas extra forwardsr
Ji and covent warned
OTTO WIGAII SiasdedDesnes t
BTJTrllER WANTEDCoraer Market and Mon
D roe Its
C EMCNT UAftOKH wanted Apply I lo
ABIIKR T MEYER A CO 840 Wilt SSth tt
EXPKBIENCKB packer In a wnoleeale clothing
L4bouuei must have good references none but eip
neared men need apply Call between B and II A 511
128 Crosby it top floor
VNTBY crK collectors purser grocery
JCJ clerks drag clerks driven porters 7a Sway
G gII RKSI and bonn on picture frame Call at
x 733 Broadway from If lo II
J UB PKINTEBl aliT boy that baa had some cups
sJ riense STEADY box I7H 8un office
M QVLIIRBH WANTED Apply to AUBICDL
Z
1 TUKAL WOKK8 Bergen Point tfi
STOVE MOVMTEB WANTED tovt
CdrJ
I mounter wanted to whom good waxes and steady
work will be given by f the FULLER A WABRBN COn
Clinton Slave Worki Troy N Y
S TON rrlritciau sawyer wanted at JAMES RBIL
LETS stone yard EutNtwark N Jt reference rt
qnired
S SOBEByoungman who understands his bnalnes
k to work In a kitchen call for two days Sad West it
Blank Book Finishers I Wanted good lob finisher
TO
nB J
ra ogk Iter
on blank work rriW C box 181 Bun office
WANTED flrstclau foreman for chandelier
V factory one with long experience and aecoitomed
to handling men to the best advantage to the right
party a liberal salary will be paid Address giving ex
perience when formerly employed and all particulars
O K box 165 Sun office
1 WAJiTEIs blMkamlth for country workt must
be a good horreshoer and understand wagon Jab
bing call or write all week
WM U BKAMAN Little Neck L I
V ANTED Energetic active young men aaouttdo
VT Salesmen IlK weekly payment mechanical arllcle
parmnl
seonrltr renulrrd AttIre II t RICUTM ANN C CO 19
i lr
tireenst KewarkNJ
WA > TKIIA nrstcla I mantle cutter either male I
0 or female I Apply slating references and salary
expected IIKNRV MORGAN A CO Montreal Canada
WANTKD a abort whaling voyage even
strong stout roung men Apply this rfay tee West
II corner cf Rae II L PEARL
I v JIITrnJ > Snd utsigner for fancy foods
ri state formerocrupailnn Address
DESIONINO JEWELLER box 131 Son office
IS ITAKTRK OoM stiff hat curlers steady work
Apply st wee to
W VEROV 22 to 84 Scott tt Newark K J
WA > TEII > firstclue metal spinner on brass and
V copper good pay lo good men at lEO SALMONS
No 135 Dorrance it = Providence I 1i I
WAXTEKTouni man acfurtomed to retail hat
bnslneo waceitT Apply from 10 A M at 46784
av corner 33d at
W t Iranlte cutlers I 25 Independent I
I
classworknicn IIALIA ItlBEVWatsrlioryConn
W AVTK1I Good cabinet and frame makers none
C oIlier I JAHhONS 205 Canal t st
V ANTTn engineer accnstnmrd to shnlngi
and coal DARK tD Vangln tll
W ANTES Twn good tlnmlths who can dnrooflng
alD HTHKUUD8 I OJ Atlantic it Brooklyn
W TK1I A tend experienced I dinner cook no
other iteed apply 10U1 3 i ar
ytsirnArmo1 chaser on brass work Apply
at t2 and 154 Dank St
W Brooklyn A > T K D Bakers and oveusman at 42 Fulton IIi
Ur A iIIi IIA good butcher Broadway Brook
bnE i D
TATiilA cake baker 4th av corner 29th it I
W ATC1 > A third hand on bread at 2101st ar
2 If < i Oil tin roofers wanted at hard war store 3d ar
corner 87th st
Situation Wnntrd
AP1IACTICAI f painter I and kalsomlnrr ntsa
ft position as Junior or hen r PlOe do plaster
InS and handy with cnrrenl tools I good references
lJ
AdUresaC HOrFMANmblOlh av cigar store
A PlCTAUIK WOVvQ LADY at mod
It el 1 aolnch bust measure Apply I at 138 Oakland it
Oreenpolnt
flOMPOMITOIC sober reliable man want
vy steady work Addreri U box 143 Sun office
OHTKIfll FFATIIFIMAn experienced dryer
w and washer itlsn knowing the bleaching of feathers
by the peroxlcie of hidrogen wants a steady place
Address 0 A J box 156 Pun IiIanl
TO IttMM nAKFRsiWanted situation aa sec
ond hand on bread or cakeorbothi i sober and reli
able lrd a constant place moderate wagai city or coun
try Address B box jot Hun office
Tti 00111I flAK Efl4diituation wanted by an n
rerienced baker on bread and cake clly or country
Address all week C box I f > Run office
tuirnl Jl1ItTumtldl
MABOMf < t igAMIe X ORIUN AND PIANO CO
45 East Uth it Union squire PIANO3tupright
a piieclaity Improved method stringing OIUIANS
in styles TJ3 to r De hUhest awards st BVBIu
iRMA fl EXHIBITION lco to oMI
OKKAT WORLDS E II for sixteen yean For
cash or easy payments Catalogues free
AlsY will sell roMwnod upright piano and stool
J tf 231 East 10th st near 11 av
87 rare bargain ITAVE WALTERS rosewood an nnrlght University pianoforte place
S 125f QUAKE SKA nprlght pianos organs
U S3fl Installments S3 UORDONB 13 B Utli at
UlhttS Chanrw
FOB HALF Dry goods business In manufactnrlni
town one hour from rtty no agente Address
DRY 10019 box 168 gun office
FOR BALErish cud oyster market 467 Welt
2tlll It
G REar ACItirilK for Immediate cash A
x weekly Jonrna nt rapidly growing enbscrlptlon list
with type and machinery for economic production I 1
x
tetx > IMMEDIATE box 143 Bun office
ICFCRKAal NAIOOV dairy confectioner and
1 cigar store no agents 471 Prove it Jersey City
11 I rx with small means make H dally secnrlty
L ileasant 243 Washington at Jersey rlfCOrlI1I
cor inlC
CIO A R tobacco confectionery and stationer
store with paper route 1111 ill 5Y
FOK MaLE CHEAPKour genuine lion maslll
oa f
pupa from Srst prize bitch Jnoo must be sold by sat
urdaynoon Inquire Mr KKLOfcB llSCedarst
FOR NAIE A first cla R < gersmorllelng machine
at a bargain p FIKHER ml 125 West 31st St
tl1 tlt
COlOXAt IUXO IHIl 1 Dchnlu near
> the depot Jlo only payable I f lumonthly worth saisj
each lllylnI healthy localllyi 41 trains dally from II 4a
AM tilt midnhglti decidedly the cheapeet lots ever of
Pored al She price Bend or call for map and foil parllcn
Ian at HITCH cur K real estate office 14 Chambers st
lit TAP HOME for someone astory house aioti
Vy lf fhr IIg l
riaju twelve mlnntes from hunter Point coi
flOoo VANNEH82 New Chambers st
t oki1t tat P tatt
LIt K iliA IE or exchange for cash and country prop
I erty Small houses In Brooklyn both frame and
brtrl paying per rent on Investment i great bargains
t vacant V Inquire II to z W JCOIffc IU I
Broadway Mew York 41 floor rear office
LOT silo tut tlllJ in Brooklyn Long Mini
City and Laurel hut Adjoining I Brooklyn 1 same dis
tance as 5uth st from New York City Half terms flu
monthly A RAPELYE luu Falton si New York
l tt
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nAUEMENTTO IeT2Ix40 light aad airy
5 III Eatl IIL tear 1st av
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A 1ITAIClLIIM IILABD
itEM Rub
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aLEs ICtAND
AMBHIOAS DAT HUMMXR RERORT
a Olin ot the Hound Y World
A veritable fairy land IM YTlntts
Loveliness of nature and art Gomblllt4M T
Trlban
Molt churning reecrt for the day In tke vicinity of
M ew TorkM T liraid
forkw o lllT nfcPRTII DAt
S uperior DIo a II DKUTSCIILAND CriL Rhode Islnd Cllllllbab
seating llolbln FIhlolIIIIBlln
BowtithfA
aLas ISLANd ITIAIIkIIS LIAVI DAILI
Pier IS M 5 Jewiis Wbazf =
a
feet of Jrooklyn Just liver
Ccrttaadit ssOAM KUA Sf
1 II a
tlCLM 530AM 1003AM
itAM 1 tOIOA II 1101AM
1000AM tiMAM IfllI
1106AM 11t1PM IaarM
Ig 11 rw lulls ico P S
10 PM 5531 PM U PM
rII plI
1i46rM 503PM 4PX
rH
5i46PN Si5P N
ReturnIng leave I Olen Island lOils A MI landing at
194Id PiettSNt tillS A 1II lSit6PMttiS
r 1110 Flee I JtfVtStf ffri8Si
S Oul 7551 snOuits r M foe all isndlnga
lffl3ff M lrl II U
4 0 einr lxuJdlun TICKETS 40 CBXW
lao ITAMM5AT OKPAY
I ISIS ONLY ALJWAtlllt ROOTS VIRKCrTO
CONE ISLAND
LAMDINO AT TUB OBEA IRON OCKAM riBM
Boat leave I West IM t f RI ID II A M taM
t l18J1 4H3 B6 7 SIPM
IMave tier I N R BatUry place 10 mthntes later
Lao boll from Coney Island lands at Pier I Hon R
O nly
Excursion tieket en pal al all tltvated railway
U Ions
Addlllnnal koala and trips on Sundays I e limo table
la i Sundays paper
10X TEAOT ftUANY
WNO BRAWCII LIHIt
heat lesiss daily WHla It ean A x and 513
P iasiilleriii 8 1UAMsudOitOP Sf
TWO sTEAMERS AND FOUR TRIPS ON IDNDAYB
For Sunday tlmt table ass Sunday papers
Far slthsr way only aocsnta
Excursion tickets 1OOnll
Elevated railroad sells excursion tlckeu at 73 cents
Deluding i railway fares both ways
A OIURMINO OCEAN IIAILWITIT
IArBTY hEALTh MiD COMPOST
Ie A HVOSON XIYMK BT BAYUOHT
RAND DAILY BXOURtlON
except lndl1l to
WElT POINT and NEWBDRQH
fcy tbt fast and elegant Day Lint Steamers
ALBANY and O TIBBAID
From Fallen st Brooklyn 0 > y 4aIl0l1I000 A K
Vestry at gist Slew York 833
Wtit23datpltr f9ar
Excursionlits will bars ttrsbourrs ta snort at Wast
PoInt and IX hours at Newburgb
Esturoing reach New York 1 30 Brooklyn OilS PM
A YUlllTOJldRBBJfWOOD LASS
URANUS co II f
CThi peer of Lake George and only 48 milts from Mew
forkl
AUCTION kALI
ot
KO TALOABLB LOTS
altablt for hotels homes and business pnrpott
BATUBDAY JULY Stl Ira vrpoNI
For maps and fret excursion tlektts Including lunch
proepoCU bayou should ppl
apply
R A ogBoR
13O Ltbsrty at Nsw York
A 4BAND SHORES BAIIT OP LONO KXCOKOIOX INLAND HOUND
BY HTRAMBR RIVER BELLE SUNDAYS EXCEPTED
Landing at Whlttatont Oreat Neck Bands Point Olen
Cove Sea duO Olenwood and Rotlyn Leaving Pier 34
It R Peck slip at B JO A M Leaving a IlnI 9t3 21
K Returning same day arrlvt In New York a its P M
W IN xr
r olf riarlI
Excursion tickets Soc Hood only on day of letat
SPECIAL NOTICE SUamer IOLBWILD will lesvt I
ditty from Peck slip at 4 and Slat et B B 415 p M
Sunday excursion Peck slip at BJO and Slit St B
Ke4 AM Arriving In NiwVorkai 015 P M Satur
day afternoon excursion Ptck slip at 4 and Slat st
KR415PM Beturnlw will land at Sea Cllfl and
Glen Cove arriving New York at 10 P M
DOCKAWAY REACt
5 BUMMER TiME TABIlt ip THE NEW TOBE
WOODIIAVEN AND ROCKAWAY RAILROAD
Trains leave L I city 615 815 043 IO4J II t 4S A
MI i lJ S 4J7 b37 rfAo7JD B 81 8 JO 930 PM
Bush wick 015 sod 9 1 ft5 B4S 10l6 HX IIIfI 1 II 3O
8 1143 A MI I3JO ss 11 u 31JO 111 S 4 510
88357 07 J3 I Hi 84O 111 Flatbuahav and Bed
ord Station IItl IVIY 8J3 840 tortoi II4OA Mt
i lo 100 810 830 7ao8JSp7 East New York
ten minutes uteri Oat A M Sunday l indicates Sun
day only W wsek days only Returning leave I beach
hourly Bee time table at depot
i
0 K POINT
KORAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS
SATURDAY EVENING JULY 20 by J W Warden ot
the Brighton Beach and Crystal Palace England
Hundreds of Novelties and Colossal Portraits of
BLAINE AND CLEVELAND
Admission tq lliegrounds Including steamboat fart
WHT iV = cents Aumlsetnn without transport 33
cents Steamboats leave Harlem Bridge every flfleen
minute from 7 to 0 P M
rMMHINO RANKS every day In the weekSea
JT excursion steamer f a BCIIDTLEK fourth safe and
inecesstnl season leaves I Kt 3M > t 7 A M ad st
7l3i 1 Peck slip 7SU Franklin St North River 8JO
with brass baud
UenU7Jcents ladles SOcentl
AL FOSTfcR Mansger
II 1 TO WHITE MOUNTAINS viaProvldenct
V1 Line Parlor 1 care from steamers wharf to Fabyans
without change
Send to 177 West st for summer excursion book
CIIurEKA BAXKI48telm ECIIUYIERwill
extent her trips weather permitting on Thursday
and Sunday Fare 73 cents
PINIIIXQ ICAXK8I July 37steamer John
I Lenox East 211 at e A M Dover 1 st ONi and
Franklin st 7 AIII Limited party Ueins At Udies ouc
rOSARY POWELl EXCUILeIOSMbtre a4
r I8
ill TcrtlMment I under hendinir ibteismnbonta
P OK lilA UTFItllltam JOHN K MOORE and
r other mall parties a specialty Apply at < Wcit it
tmUelltl1t
M A Ml ATT AX 1IKACII
STORHINO or PERIN
CAnD
Mr JAMES PAIN desires to return thanki to the pub
lic for their grnerons acknowledgment find patronage
of his new nalnllng and exhibition TilE MOUMINO
OK PhKIV and to say that on inS I to tht great pressure
for places on the three oenlngs of the week on which
dlspla s have been heretofore give and his Inability at
times 1 lo furnish them ht will I hereafter give exhibitions
ui A
on Tue > dsy Wednesday Thursday Friday and beta
day evenings
As he has now a seating capacity for oTcrCiuO neople
with these additional day he hope hereafter lo be able
to accommodate all that come
Admission with seat 25 centsi reserved chtlra BO
cents Time latter can be secured for any particular
night one week In advance by telegraph
14 Til HT TIITATKE Corner of Slh av
Lessee and Sole ManagerMr Samuel I Colvillt
Another Success Dttnbar A Wren
ORIGINAL AMERICAN SOCIETY COMEDY DRAMA
DISTRUST
Every Evening and Wednesday and Saturday Matinees
Powerful Cast Popular Prices
CAHINO Broadway SOtn it
d Lu nights of tht Bparkllnf opera Comlijue
FALKA
bv the McCaull Opera Coraloae Company
PJomn og FJ ucmr
Promenade Concert after performance on Roof Garden
Admission Including both entertainment buc
Monday Any fTIIK LITTLE DlKK
Next Sunday evening Urand Popular Concert
EttKTf MITSET M West 23d it
J
Open from II toll Sundays t loll
ALWAYS DRLIOIITFULLT COOL
The Presidential Candidate Oroupi and Tableaux In
wax stereoscopes Chamber Horrors Concerte after
noon and evening A < lu > laston0cts 1 chUdren25eti
MADIHOXHQVARETIIFATRE The only
regular theatre open 8 no P Mi Baty matinees
MAY BLOSSOM Fourth month of blsscos great do
MAY HLOShOX meetla drama
MAY BLOSSOM Thoaccessof the year
BIJUVOPERA noCHEBroidiraynear3Dthst
Evenings at 8 Saturday Matinee 12
Production of Planquetiea charnilnir work
fln JVM l f
THE CHIMBS OP NORMAMlf
with excellent CAST andBCENEhY
TU SEVENTH PASTORS WEEK AND THEATRE KTILL HOOMINU I4TH ST
DAN SULLYr CORNER OROCERT
TROFEsaiONAL MATINEU TODAY
CZhe S Surf
M OX MOUTH PARK RACER Long Branch
1 N J every TLhSDAY THUKHDAY and HATtIE
DAY to August ZJ Races promptly at 2 JO PM
k
fclx or heron Races each day Hurdle Race or Steeple
chase each day Trains and heats direct Course
IbUlphl and Reading K Liberty Street Perrr
745 J1I11 AII I IIII 1215 U 45 PM i Pennsylvania R
R IOollandl nd Desbrossea Street Ferries 0 IIJOA
MI2 I lI Boats via Bandy Hook Pier 4 N R 011
AM 1115 115 PM
fare Round Trli Including admission to Field II SO
rfJ
8 = rriJnla ro r altb r
J U t COSTER Bee OEO L LORILLARD Preat
nitlQUTON BEACH HAVES
MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
1r
iNts tf
S ROBINSON President
JAMES McQOWAN Secretary
ciumnttt t m
LOXO I tAKI > HOME HOTEl
LA Amliyvllle Long Island N T a private hotel In
corporaied In Iflsi for the care and management of per
tone afflicted with menial and ntrvcui derangement
Location near ihe Just South Bay and ocean XI miles
from New Tork city
for further particulars address
JuliE LOWDEN Superintendent
Ll I AITRRI IIOVHC KAATEIISKILI FALL
IAI
UATMCILL NEW VOllK Open from May to Otto
ber Special season rite Enlarged and refurnished
Offer flratelasa accommodallona for famlUce Oas
electric belle and all modern convenience Send foi r
circular J L 8CIIUTT Proprietor
Instruction
MOU NT SIT ARTS OOLLEOC
EMMITT DURll MdT
This college now relieved from financial embarraaa
ment continues to give lbs thorough education
for
which It has long been celebrated studies will be
re
eumed In the Claulcal sad Commercial Departments
wvamw on
tile lull of September ibis year
yearWILLIAM
WILLIAM BYRNE
President
uCtioll ftitittf
H E4MY LILLY AVCTIOT5EEML U
La Rlthards A Co 30 anI 51 Read ee Hew Tori wit i
eeilon Friday Jaly as 111II al ll olock A40
larg ooe lot Au shoe 01 a tartrflooU laths dies UI stick i
r
0 2 1
I un
M AJlBA1i1tfIJTtCIIFBIIRY
Lee v Eaat flb si 001111 513 tU3 tt13 A If
If I tfI 2 QI t S tel tli iI to 4 4 40 6Ms
reaeouTelriaTil 7Ti4S 111118111111I i tot n
beets sans Bait Tin St tvtry V > mlnaite and Jame
sin 1 Ferry every so mInutes from T A M lo I 7 J M
Leave Manhattan Btaeh liW 10 lias i It
1 2d0 123 12IIII and naif hourly thereafter until
IIJM rlI
Vanttea UOk J th5AVMftmiltIll >
Li foot of Whitehall st terminus of all the etc
atd railways b000iT from 9iU A M to 0lIIlcA M
145 Msiittettafl esah hourly from L Ie
bus P Sf Trains marked thou ito net ran on Sandss
lxOtItsiON TIeKSTS Full UAIlt AT AL piitVN
TRACK STATIONS OF TIlS ELKY4TED RAILWAYS
rRCB maMTH INOLlDIKa BLBYATEB IIAILW A
FAKES AND FEllRT good Iiherwal via East 34111
It Fer or 1
NTlKpARABLK BArt a1lYVITS
prfiimmers meat soloilts in grand
PThMNOU CONCERTd
Tbe erect pieinr Osworks JINDOM
Ties STORlihlufi OP rESIN P7 rAIN
ttTKRY KVENINU tactpt Sunday and Monday
A I COMKY IIHANMA
TUB WORLDS PLKASURR OROUND
SEA BEACH ROUTE
All the attraetlana Including the Olympian lob RoHsr
Skating Rink excursion tickets Including admission to
kink and stale aoci the Colossal Elephant Paul
laaira with Arhncklei Hand aol Levy t tht Iron Piers
As are directly al our terminus
Saturday evenlngJn 24
mAsh IIiUMiNA1ON NleIIT
When the OLYMiIAN 011111 ItoLtiiR HICATINO RtNtC
will be Illuminated by over 3cagtiIl INEKE LANTERNS
producing ont of the grandest tBecu ever seen
Boats leave foot of W XM st every even hour and halt
honrfromSJUAMIo iniao P MI W loth Ii iS rein
ilet later op to Bits P MI pier 6 NB alSilo llt
P0SSAIflnd every even hour md half hour up to
905PM
ficURMON TICKET OBNTLBJIBN 4OBI IADIEIJ
SOei t CHILDREN ISO Excursion tickets fur lalt at all
towntrack nations of the Eltvtted K B for AOe In
cluding rail way fart both ways with rat transfer from
3d and Sd ar lines to Rector St station near Pure N R
IEF PAHK DAILY EXOUR8ION 250
FORT MOW DBLIOHTFUI HUMMER RESORT
NEAR 7115 cITY
DANCING In the PAViLION AFTERNOON AND
BVENINilH from J to lo P I M by J LOWY Manager
90A1INO BATIIINO BOWLINO and BILLIARD
teamen leave Canal at
N a dally landing at Zld Leave Fort Lee landing at
ndMih su lUanJ la mtn Still and 224 sis
ntet later
1000 AM 5copN Mi4SAX 3iSOP M
1105AM sefOPN 57ItASf 443 PM
SrVi1nA > KB 1105AM ejoPN
ejjOOP M eiSOP M taoM eour M
s05tN 1tSIIf
5 Shady Hide Bdgtwatar and rieaaani Valley landing
wittbmnadeon these
FteaiantYaiiey Grove to let ApPIyon board
nOCKAWAY PS ACII
R 4 TRIPS DAILY
sTSAIflu COtUMBIA AND BAND REPUBLIC
Leav toot West Fool Welt Jewelts
231st 10th st Itere Wharf
Ii It If II N B 3nklyn
AM 8j3 Ida 915 B40
A M lono loiis was ItO
KM lisa i4i mo 220
505 435
JrJCItb7AUU905 1005 203 403
meturnin A M 11 so son S3U 7 JO
B ROUND TRIP 60 CENT8
Jersey OIlY naeeengeri can get tickets at offlce Brook
un Annex oO Including ferriage
THE AasERIIATI RHINE
LI LYNCHS REGULAR LINS
Tt manlnctnt sew Pains ilteamef
Loire BRANCH
Cant JAMES LYNCH
Will nick regnlar dua momnittg 1 excursions to
StjttttJ
lAnding at YONKERH laNA ISLAND WEST POINT
and COLD SPRINtS
Leaving Fulton Ferry Bridge Dock Brooklyn at a 43
AMtWest loth et2SILatutOASf West rid it
If R at S JO A M
Stones Grand Military Bra < s Band
Maps of tht Hudson given In eah pasttnjrtr
Fart tntlra Grand Excursion 00 cents
G BANIt DAILY JEXCtJBUIOXal
TO NEWBUROU
Landlng at Yonkers lona Island anti West Point
The fast and favorite Steamer JOHN SYLVESTER win
leave Pier 0 N R84iAH Weat lOthat B West 3Isl
st 513
Music and refrfrtmenta
EXCURSION TICEETS ao CENTS
L ONO BEACH
Lt Leave Knit 34th St N T dally except Ijnndar
745 945lO45AKl tOO SM 4V SdO el A 815
P M Rnndava nnly8IS 915 10151 1345 3 200
S5040O7SIM Annex boat at 3 ao and 4 JO p X
only from Pint at E Kt also 7th 51 and James slip
ferries connect at Long Island City Annex and James
slip do not run on Sundays
AHHIIIXO IIAXKtsThe mammoth saloon
slauier THOMAS A MORGAN tbe only seagoing
boat In the buslnesa every day leaving 43oT it N R
e 3oMstER7t Bcekman et E R 7JOi Franklin
el NB 815 Pure gems 75c ladies foe Bait
tackle and refreshments at city prices Ticket at J B
Crooks 50 yulton si hIJ HAKTUNG Manager
trrnnboat
A UUllMOX MIVKU HY
Albany Day Lint Rteamera
ALBANY and C V1BBARD
Daily except Sundays
L4avt Fnlton it Brooklyn by annex A rt > AIS
0 Yestry st pier New Yorlt J5
Weil XM st pier o JO
For ALBANY landing at Nyack and Tarrytown by
ferry West Point Newbnrgh Poughkeeptls Rhlnebeck
Catskill and Hudson
HudsonCONNECTIONHt
RUINEBECK By ferry with special train on D and
D R K for the resorts of he Catskllls and with II and
C W R R for Lakevtre Hartford bprtngneld and
Boston
CATSKILL With special train on Catsklll MtRlt
HUoHONWlth Boston ant A K K for Chatham
PillHeld North Adams ant Lebanon Springs
ALIIANVWith Del and II C Coe K K for SARA
TOil LAKE UEOIUIF and the North and with N Y
C K It for Utica Buffalo Magara Pails and the Welt
MAKY POWCIUFOIt WEST POINT TORN
11 wall Newburgti lonhkeeple Kondout and Kings
ton landing at Crnnoton Milton New Hamburgh and
1iite Park daily Mnndayn excepted Lrxes Vrstry
1315 ont lVest 2JJ si 3t PM Connects at West
lolnt la West Shore R R Tickets and bavgagr checked
Also connects at PooKhketpele with II K K for the
Norini tickets told anj baggage checked Connects
with morning train nn t e U tunl D K It
EXCURSION TICKKTH to Went Point returning
Via West rltmre or iiu Icon River K ft same day fl 1 23
NO HXIRKSS BAIUIAIIE KECKIVED AT 22l bT
Ntuiwirif IIK TO lutsTOv WOItCKS
1 TKIt NASHUA PORTLAND and tile WIIITF
MOUNTUSSwIthotittransfir CITY OF WORCE fElt
tile travellers favorite letvn Pier 4D Nnrth River foot
nf t anal St New York on Tuesilavs Thursdays and
Saturdays and the popular CIFY of BOSTON on lion
doys Wednesdays and Fridays at r P M
Limited and excursion ticket al reduced rates State
memo may be secured at 37 Uroadwny and at Pier 40
8ng rlor advantaKet are offereil by this line as a fast
freight line Two steamers each way every week day
For Information referring to pasiengrr or freight rate
apply to O W BRADY Agent
APUOVIDEKCR ttXK
It For Providence direct alt Sew England points
Parlor cars In Whit Mountains without change Ele
gsnl strainers RHODE ISLAND ant UASrUCIUSErtS
leave Pier a N K al S V M ilally except Sundays
BO TOX VIA STOMXUTOV vim
1 All Point East Favorite Inside route Dally ex
cept Hinclays from Pier SJ N K at S P M direct to C
Narraginmt er
A TICtY IinVTH CITIZENS LINE leave Pier
44 > Rfot Christopher at dally except SaInt
day al 0 P M Sunday steamer loaches at Albany
COOK TOVBIST TICKET
by all the best routes for
pleasure travel Klngle and
excursion tickets to the ratskllls
Lake George Saratoga the White
Mountains Mt Detert Lake Superior
Montreal Quebec Ac Ac
Programmes free iv mall
Address THOMAS COOK A EON
261 Broadway N Y
utUc Jloticw
fit lilt MATTER IP TOE APPIICA
11 ThiN of the Broadway Hurfce RullroadCompany for
the appointment of three Commissioners to determine
whether Hie railroad described or mentioned In the am
eletot association filed for the Incorporation of aalll
company ought to be constructeil Ac
We the underslgneil Commissioner appointed by the
S
q neral Term of the Supreme Cf > trt of the State of New
York held In and for the I Irst Judicial district and de
partmenl In the city of New York by an order dull
mule and entered on the I8tb day of July 1W4 to de
termlne after hearing of ail parties Interested whethe r
the railroad described or mentioned In the articles ci
ssoclailon which were Sled and recorded In the office
of the fecrctar of elate for time Incorporation of thi
Broadway fcurface Kallroad Company ought to be con
llrucled and operated upon that portion of the street
or highways ofthe city of New fork which constitute
tIme route of the railroad which > sid
company wu or
ganized and Incorporate to conalrncl malJtaTnVand
operale that Is to says Commencing at the soulherli
end of Broadway near the Battery and running thence
with double tracks through and along Broadwa end
across Hth at to and along Union
square to a Point at
or near the Intersection of tstl si and West Union
square them to connect wilt ttm now suiting trark
in union aHia < ror Bro wlwiy which ran through iinimi
siuare Broadway and lIt a ot4 rW kforusft8 t
Pt together with the
necesiary switches Sidings
turn
outs working tOrn tables sad suitatie stand for the convtnlenl
of such
iTklwuf mVi road with lIme proposed connection
likewise mentioned it said articles of association do
C
hereby give public hotice > l that ve will hold our Ural alt
thuS 1 the fourth day of August ItWI at 12 orlock
0n at the Generat roonlTof
Term remit of the
Supreme touyt
at the h County Court lions tim the elty of New York amd
ell InetlmMilnd rlttn
and risc elrAAlMt for lUch itrst
nieeling
and at such further time and juno to whict we mew ad
jAunt we tie paid Commisiners will Line
pubiie
searing to aU
i r s T parties Interested 111114 ucivrniinir tail
15db the sail publIc hearing of all parties Interested wneth r
rIloed ought to be cmistructei sail operated
Dated New York July El 1555
KIDNEY B HARRH
RAUL B H VA > c
ii w T LORD
Commlislonera
c8Ltr1J
A9 YEAaM A I ri VK lRAfrriCKT
t DR B H DlIIDNAC extracia Inserts end
nil
teeth without painl gas inc tartlllclal elh4 w Clii
and apt extracting free repairing Ii upi golj BlUng
Ii I np French dentists la Bowery flip this
Lady dentist out
In attendance Open iuiidata and evei
en
IMS Did gold silver amid plailua bautht
4 PvlI RETS iii rainless extractinp
0 5 oUt charge If artihi5 teeth are 5 b
11St repaired or tns4s SOils witting iadyin Insemroj1
ant MIS and 004 32 a coreer 34th attnl
ith
also
nit
Wiat 34th St
Dr Sf0011 MANE
Tilt Pt7IIEM eltrscti ttl poaittyt
paIn t sets 11 up 429 Caimel it corner Ysriek wilhottt at
5 NETK of teeth while
Dr CLASh 375
Itt av below 215th as
es fogyn coraehouaeorw IC 5 oat All will be I
AUNT 54 57
policies Ireckios seaS address see
Mci
faucy Ceids fur a set SI
WalLlN JUNK
aK
V Ilatety t U a sated
h ki
HAIR
POMCMM ft vitality of It own that file
outlives the rest of the physical organism
Mora frequently however either throujci
discus Inherent weakness or age U
tails off turn gray or fades early
Ayers Hair Vigor
Core tho dlHOfiv of the scalp and lialrj
trenstlien hair lint ii I iwturn ly wcnkj
nourishes anti Invigorate torpid hair roots
causing a new ujrorom soil luxuriant
growth of hair on bald heads anti rtstoreu
vrltino freshness color imi lustre i
tided and tray hair
LyZit5IAIII VIGOIt Is also a < 1
Toilet Luxury
Puperlor to all other preparation for the
dressing of the hnlr It Impart pliancy
liken ioftne1 lustre antI luxurfaiicc tif
growth and not only cure Scald Bead
Itcbinir Humors Fetter Sores Dandruff
etc but avert them and prevent Liii
hair filling off and turning gray
pnrrAnro ur I
Dr JO Ayer Co Lowell MM
Sold by all druggists
Apollrnang
THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS
11Na amount of pure ottan air in lAg
lungs can neutralite the bad eecls of
polluted water in the stomach
New York Herald
ANNUAL SALE 1O MILLIONS
Oall Groan Druggist t A fin Wat Dialirt
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
THE MANHATTAN BOULEVARD
AT
JflanJtattan Beach
CONNECTING MEW YORK AND BROOKLYN WITH
TIIK
ORIENTAL AM HANHATTAil HOTELS
Will bt opened for travel Saturday July M Tickets
n cent each can be had of Kyerson m Brown at the
entrance to the Boulevard by transient meets OuttM
living at either house will bt furnished carte for Incur
carriages free by applying at the office of their rtipto
live hotel O O MUTT Superintendent
DEXXMTLTANIA RAIfBOJaD
On and after June zi IW84
OUHAT TRUNK UN 8
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROtTTI
Trains leave New York vIa Deebrosses cotS Cortlsnd
ala ferries as follow
llarrUbnrrPlttrlmrgh the Wart and South with Pall
man Palact Cart attached 8 A M e and 8 K i M dally
New York and Chicago Limited nf Parlor Ululnc
Smoking and hlepiu Cam atu A M every Jay
Wllllamirort Lockfiaven B A M8 r MI Corry and
Erie at 8 P H connecting at Coy for TituivUlt Pe
troleum Cenlrt and the Oil Region
Baltimore Waahlngton and Iht South Limited Wash
ington Express of Pullman Parlor Cars dally except
Sunday 10 A MI arrive Washington 4x p U Kego
lar vIsitant P K K at 0 a and 8 ju A M 8 teo and
9 f t M and lJ night via B and 011 B I and 7 r M
and 13 night
Bandar via B and P R R a 15 A M e r M and II
nlglif via B and O R R 7 P M and It night
for Atlantic city except Sunday with through car
1 1 54
For Cape Hay except Sunday II IO A II
Long Branch Bar Head Junction and Intermediate sib
lions via Rahway and Ainboy 415 710 ando A M
13 noon Silo 840 410 a aid 7 P M On Sundays
4 US and B A IL a p M do not stop at Asbury Pall
Boats of Brooklyn Annex connect with all through
trains at Jersey City affording a speedy and dlrcot
transfer for Brooklyn travel
Trains arrive From Pittsburgh 810 and 1150 A W
7Juandluao PM dally snOi AM dally except
Monday From Washington and Baltimore 8at 644
A M I SO S rid 3OO il25900 lOfiJ and hill 1 P I M
Stiniiay635O4OAN mrOSanl KiJUP H Pro
Baltimore 9 20 P M Krom Philadelphia S so Otlu
ei 8407 except Monday B2O 93 i Ill 40 l Il
ALI0O 1 S4U al SM 640 tt7t l 590
905 10 its Will and 1005 p il bunday 3V 020
ens e 00 7 dxi I I GO A 51 it chJ 703 tu
1000 and 1009 1 54
rpo fUlt4AOKlVUtA
TUB OLDESTABLISHED ROUTE AND SHORT LINE
TRAINS EACH WAY WEKK DAYS AND 0 OV SIJIf
DAY SHTATION8 IN PIIILAIEIrilIA 3 IS I
NKWYOBK
DOUBLE TRACK THE MOBT IVPROVED EOCI
KENT AND TIlE FASTEST TIJIl CDNSlSTLSr
WITH ABSOLUTE SAIXTV
Express Trains leave Now York Ma De broies ant
rortlandt atreieU Ferries aa follows aalL
e 30 7 30 8 8 JO 0 and id Limited II 11 10 X M L
320340 4 a 078 and e PM anitl 12 nliiht sun
days e 15 a P LtmliedJ and 10 A M 4 SI 7 1 and a
PM stud nlgbt
Trains IcatlnK New York daily except Sunday atrtat
u Ji and 1 111 AM 124 I s amid 7 P M cMiaeot
al Trenton for Cnindcn
Returning trains leave Broad Ktrret station PliliA
tibia UJH fllO SSW 4 4tS recent hint tact tl Ml
7SH8SW SiH II and II It A M Ilmlird
I m and or p lii 13 < 90 ei00 74 7t i nude
PM unKuulay 12lal ai4 439i ° btA M4
90 iIliHllrlo a > 7l74i nuts P t M Leave Ilua
oelpiila via Cnmden ietj A M ilally exceiit unity
Ticket tflices 550 499 and 044 tirisIsay I 4inr
IIouoe and foot of Iteobroenes Atit ortlamtl to 4
eourt SI and itrooktyn Annex Station fort f I oti It
trooklnn Buseta tioti ttnioten taltol Jersey
City mtgrant Ticket Orflrc S Battery plaCe nil tast
Garden
The New York Transfer Ormpany will csll for sol
check baggage from hotels and sldncen
thAn E TUOIl J K WOOL
UenerM Manager Oneral Pauenirer
pIIlI > All EriIIA AXIS REAItlNO 1tUs
BOUND BROOK BOlTC
yon TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA
Station In New York foot liberty it North River
COMMENCING JUNE 22 1841
Leave New York 4 74S 8 JO 111S A M I an 4
4Z tonifViafM Hundayn 84 AM5 Ji u iif
Leave Phlladrlptila corner Orb and ilrecno st 7 3
115349 94004512 Sf bits
dsus5SLM03l2l hi
Leave Trenton Warren soil Tucker its I 29 ml 21
ben 1103 lO4llOSAM 104 4crl 0 47iIPL
Iumlaysl aS 18A M I3P M
DRAWING HOiiM CAR on all day trains and SLEEP
INO CARS on night trains
Through trains and quick time in Easton Bethlehem
Allentown Manch Chunk Ullkesbarra Pliistnn Scraa
ton Reading harrisburg PottavlIU Maiutnoy cur She
niokln Sunbury Lewlstmrg W llUamuort and all points
In central and eastern Pennsylvania
J E WOOTTBN C O HANCOCK
General Manager O P and T AgenL
H P BALDWIN O K P Art 119 liberty st New fork
AKCIIOlt IIVK tS MAIL STBAMEU
P111 UVbUfUOt AND QLEtNSTOWN
AiHWi UU salts EsImIrilay Julv2flateAIg
CITY OK ROMEcci 8aturll Attn t > at 7AM
FOR UIASQOW AND LUXOONDKRRYt
Furneasla Julrie 8A it I IevoniaAug B TAM
Bolivia Aug 3 3 P X I AnchorliAng Id I p M
Cabins fu in SitH second Class KU itleerags fIJ
llEtblilliON BKOTHKRS Agent 7 Bowlllig Ureen
MUVAItCU IINE NEW YORK AND LONDON
Ureclan Monarch Thursday July 31 noon
Lydlan Monarch Thursday Aug 7 A M
Egyptian Unnnrch Thursday Ang 14 II AM
Outward and prepaid steerage tickets at reduced rates
SPKCIAL NOTICE
The Si Grecian Monarch to sail July 31 has e > rellert
accommodations at following rates Cabin fau and riJ
Intermediate everything supplied only f30
t or freight or passage apply to
PATTON VICKBKS t CO isenl Agtnls 33 Bru iiw y
NATIONAl 1INEVltOid PIER St iUtTii
RIVER FOR LIVERPOOl AND QUEETOWN
SPAIN > aturdsy Aug 2 Ib P M
r Aug II lOAM
JMon3
Oi LONDON ANtS PIYhIoCriI
Wednesday July 3n n A If
talonn
Tt550titlU3 IIeera rate outuarl and
prepald at iivest rates
Apply to f tY j HUB3T Manager Battery piae
flOYAIMtIJ TO TIlE ETitERi5SL4
FOR Is Steaunems teve Cos purled t uex St Jtr ° v Cite
FOR IItITIEItLAMS < sdamJul B II SI 4 V
ANSTElInAM i s > a IIC C 1 >
cabin 70 j second f5d sleersge tlm j ° pn
II CAZAIYX feuerai scent ISS William st UNTir
FDYE
A CO 47 to Vtliamn at fretglmt Wn L W <
540111115
A SON I 1 A
glATK lIKriKR FOOT OK ItNAL T > lS
his STATE livtrpoot Belfast Ac
at
NE1RAuKA itirMUr Jul 11 noot
SaSTATEIFPENEAVLVANITturIr shin Aiiii 7 7 I M
ecodri S cud 73 excursion tickets fun aiil filtt I 1
ll3i
< tc rsnn liclets fV uieervge
tickets to
AUSTIN and front M1 uvmru of Kurinw at lowest rtO
BALDttlN A CO Agents93 llru0in5yNY
CFFAIX for llcnlneIe fohIl atidlt
pile atomnsl liter
ki4ny vs
confusion
uf thouuiit
Syrup 33e B Ac lirougltie it f rolIrI
culay free t cmiii 3 tiIte tuttle iii ci
If1 other alnjce free trait I ii It 1 hi it S Ii 4 1
Prfl0000ced houte consullaliot PJ bid tr chtiit 5sC
iits soul incurable Suilifitcd ad cured At it In
Cfltiiito
It Ct 1111cc It l 4l
Aendforpawihis 0111 I TliiNAlW1titoi3
D It toiitle M ITII UU East K > h st Sew York a oiiieit
experience physician all dLsaes requiring sIli ml
boll
Ony tuethotileur sezeel blood akin bladder tidmeyAf
debIlity1 pertnaoenuy worst rseee of serl OtiS
foreign remeiieei the fail
llj treated Cured advice boo free
1
Prusetan aol expert
euis American
A thorough cimr in at cases lecent Of chrocie
lncdlq COby tho of debility st no fee accepled if J
iiieectsst ncar eivatei rsiiromd
1iliiftE CuredNew imiethod holds sity
varicucale Advice fri
WHIIIIIT A CO Ml llhtv
RlJU ATHMtwlIslsI > VOS1IK cures
3L MlSffiVW i or money returmisil bent U r ICI Itt
cine denoL mi iani It sat all inu < nl
iRvu TORE a > lark sT near Cliilham aquire
SZPemience4 rhysKMani quick and teimaneni cur
rist Stun Penn loh5 lC 2
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