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f AFTER THE BUCKET SHOPS
BROKER ELLIOTT W TODD AJIBESIR
TO SUltB A TEST CASH
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m A < t > K > t Out tile RaekelIep
1 1 QaMbllca > A Wummt f Ami
Gt by tli AM > f Inspector Byrnes
Bufllncsewas unexpectedly lively ycalci
day afternoon for Elliott W Tod J In hU bl <
Dro < l street bucket shop lie bod hod n proto
tygood run all day and alona abut 1 thor
woro porhttpi 200 pooplo In tbe bla room on tho
flnt floor of the building at 40 Old mon aod
young men and middloagod men sat on the
chairs at tbs front of tbe room and watoho
tho fluctuations of the market I thoy woro In
dleatod by a young man who with a eye on
the tlokor at his aide changed tho figures un
11 der tho nomoe of each kind of stock pouted on
t a hues bulletin bar I tho price brought li
tho Btook Exchange varied Thoy stood abut
in groups at the roar of the room on tho bak
wall of which lU another bulletin Tho on
tao la t this place was directly from tM
Itt under a tlgn nhloh road Now York
r Block Company limited at tho Broad stroc
end ot the room but at the other end tore
wo a dorrioua way that lod to a basement bee
t dive or t New Itt according to the Inclina
ton of the traveller
Half way between tho two entrances wag ai
lall otween to
enclosure where tore waa a third ticker a
I baldheaded Irish receiving clerk who mad <
tbe beta a office boy or two who woro busy
with books and papers and Mr Elliott W Todi
himself Mr Todd sat at a widow at tin
Broad street end of the enclosure and cased
I the checks of such as mado lock hit AI
te cew mlo
I but IX oclock there wan a sudden drop ic
Laekawanna I slumped away as one oaaoi
patron said as It oil Pennsylvania had tum
lad I allonnsylVaOla
J1 bled Into the ooal pits leaving tbo road with
i two ends and oa middle Immediately them
It was a rush for the desk by those who wanted
to bur for the recovery but somehow they
it were not able t buy until tho stock had gone
up one point Then those who bought saw it
I fall again wiping out their margins
I was just at this juncture that Detective
w Phil liolUy of Inspector Uyrnoss staff came in
st
with a wooden toothpick sticking out through
wt woon
his moustache and an air ot indifference about
i his countenance lie looked at the bulletins
f looked around the enclosure tat served aa an
I oraco recognized Mr Todd at the pay widow
and then a moment later opened the offloa
ofnoi
I 1 door quickly and stepped Inside Jlr Todd
shook bands smilingly with the de too the at
I I first but woro a dejected countenance before
I he was wor Tho detective had Justice bur
rays warrant for the arrest of tho bucket hop
rys
o a of Ram bUD den
oharl
I mA Todd wanted t kow I the ontiro estab
I > lishment was t b pulled and learning that It
was not asked for and waa allowed to tko a
little time to arrange for his unexpected departure
anl uneJpted
I parture A few more lucky winners wero paid
now Paying teller was placed at the window
and ten putting on a light pear derby and a
light gray coat he had boon in his shirt sleeves
61eQes
1
Mr Todd led tho way t tbo street Tho
business continued a ft nothing had hap
pened With Detective Bollly ho walked up to
I Broad way where they got on a ear and rode o
f r iL te Astr House The prisoner was
flushed and terribly nervous on tie oar and so
1 nue te Aster House the two left tho ear and
took a cab Ior t Police Headauortors whoro Todd
f gave his pedigree L He sold he was 42 years
I old was born In Massachusetts was not mar
JJ ried wasp broker by occupation nnd lived at
r 49 West Twentyeighth stet Then ho was
ten t the Tombs Cur whoro L W Emer
son and Sidney Htewart appeared for him Ho
ii pleaded not guilty to the charge of gambling
and asked for a examination which was set
dow forSept 21 He was then paroled in
11 the custody ot Ur Emerson ten this morn
is when he will give 1500 bail mor
I 1 The complainant in the bal whose oath
I 7 the rranlwas Issuedwas John A Husson
f of 9 Hh
ra elttelnt strt Brokl1n
HUlon wa employed b Inslctor nmes t
a odd In to
Qak dea wli
denc br whch a test caso against the bucket
l under the law laaln t gambling could
b brought Hnsson on Tuesday invested S5
I 1 on Laekawanna and lost Byrnes wanted to
> raid the shop I I It were a far game but the
Justice thought that as this was a test caso the
arrest of the manager would b sufficient
La10r W D Hughes and T J Morris man
aged tho CIO for Husson
Tod ha Ilzhtd moustahe and curly yel
low hair He dos not seem t b as old a ho
says no Is but he has none of the spruce stylish
appearance of the ordinary Broad street business
f appaaeo te orina Brl strot
ness man Ono would take him for a small
I 1 dealarln patent jmedlolnes rather than a bro
daern said to beone of the ownors with
JjisiMtotherLewis ot the Hotel Yendome and
he ha besides a lot ot other good real estate
I v In this city Ko rea
I t Them a about twenty other bucket shops
within three blocks of Toads place but Toddfe
is the oldest one ot tho lot The patrons who
m o email winnings ar said t get their
It
It checks cashed but where a stock wins rnoru
I rr than five pints It Is usually impossible to got
Impsslblo
tho money in any shop I this rid on Todd
o succeeds rough shod tho rest of the shops will b raided
rUlb said on the street that the recent re
I turn of Commodore Smith from Chicago where
mmoor r
I > 52na < 1 for two weeks studied tho efforts of the
Chioaco Boa ot Trade to crush out the
F bucket shopji had something t do with tho
f arrest of Todd
Todd would not talk His attorney Mr Em
atorey
0 enon Bald that the arrest was simply the at
tempt of the big Stock Exchange to drive out
1 i tho dealers I fractional lots ie
t MBS JTOJZD Z JAIL
I A Par her atoP TleThe eoreb f r
the CblldrcB DlKontlaned
t Tbo Jersey Cit police a convinced that
at least a par of the story told by Mrs For
J who nays her three children woro lost in that
I city la fAso When on Monday Prosecutor
Wlnflold examined her at groat length shoo
F told him her maiden name was Mary E Kenny
I and tat she was married In 8t Bridgets
J Dma Catholic Church of Ban Francisco
seventeen yea ago by the Rev Father Ma
l l honay tat her youngest child Mary E For
I wu christened I that church in the fall ot
k 1883 bytheBamo priest and that a DrClark
te lrost Cark
I wnosno said lived aL tho corner of Second
I and High streets San Francisco attended her
I when 1 was born Chief Crowley of Ban
Jfranelsco telegraphed to Jersey City yester
B tlsljhe JerrClr ySter
I tat no criest named fcahonoy had
lt Iro Church within
oated I lt Brdlt8
Jiepost twentytnrea years that no Mar
Kenny had ever been niarried in that church
r a no chid a d Mar E For had boen
eh Ded the He aded that ther W no
1 B stret I la Fanolo and that no Dr
Ola hllved In Ioond stelt nc 1876
i To eeonre further Information lettto
been sent t William Bats whom Mr Ford
I has often mentioned and to tbe Sheriff on
Lincoln county Nevada Mrs Ford says that
For tat
she 10 owns property In Locust Valley Ne
vada valued at 5000 and if tat la tne truth
iJ her name will probably appear upon the Lincoln
coln county records ra iord who has boon
J4 < in custody I a witness against Polndexter
the colored porter who is accused of having
Ii stolon the children was locked up In jail yes
terday te a ben decided to discontinue
I the search for the alleged children until tho
r of Information from the West
I I i Wild Del EcUac Tat fry
T < her baa ben a Brent destruction of trout
I fry I U preunei of the South Side Bportamen Club
i I Loot Iiland during the put t cattaed by a larie
i I fujtitot black duck that haaj teltled In theitreama
The member of the club would liketo aave their flih
j by ihooUnc tie dncka but tbe law of th but prohibit
t tana from ao dolna until Oot 1 A they are atrlctob
I erven of t un lawi the duck wlU feed on younjr
tro l nntu the lit proximo Tbn th member wlfl
poll on Ihalr baavy boot wad down th brooka and n
It 11 loy lome food ahootlnc at clo ranne after whloh 1 le
treat a bT ml until next iprtnr
If St opi Baspltavl t r laenrnblci
11 Tho corner stone ot 8t Josephs Hospital for
It C Incurable a liSd itreet and Brooks avenue 1 lid
> yesterday by Archbishop Corrlgan assisted by Mgr
I I i V rarley end a dona priests In th presence of 30UO peo
I V pi The mala structure will b four storlei blah front
s F t o < Had itreet built of brk with Oreen
wfch stone foundations Ther win be a house for tb
eutsr and a chapel fronting on HUh street Tbe
f whole wc1 bapl DeiiUborUooj of eo
I TIM 11 > r frill Herlew I Any W
May or Hewitt received a letter from a citizen
I ef Albany advising him not to review the parade 0 Itsl
f t tea aocletlM on Tuesday t commemorate the taking ot
Bom from Pop Fins IX In B7a The Myor replied
Mat It hai been customary for the Mayor rbep re
fl Salted to review from the dty 11 all step aD rpct
lebodyofclliuns endln thu Instance h old not
fart from the uiattot bla pndectMun vn at the
1 bl pI4r
k of pnonal mlnepreientaUon or ot tie loai ot pollt
ul J pnla pUI I
H Object to Bal llaircls
Mayor Hewitt received o complaint yester
j day from KrawlUnUln of I Seventh street who said
ti l wu Informed by hli son that at Grammar School 33
kh I who Is a poD complid to hear taoW
facjou Boulaager March a rrenob itreet comE
BoeedTu 01 of the low den of rani Mn lOnieln
J nan DO m O aln DOW 10
1 to the rising gsniraUon r Th U pir
E ara Mayor I considering nu >
f Not ReUetate la U NlaiUe Club
Justice Pratt has denied the motion ot Qeorgo
1 B Mlckl thai b luiMsXoq for thru month from lh
nub of rtiuhlM b set ulde Ur stickle wu
4 on aa uouauaq of dlaordsrlr Ubavlor Jus
l k BtU r itialdblefcJeatundtd v < iutb5 > ih did iiel th inyhli loi nLllMthat
f i I
Ii u t =
> I7U
rRaON xrozurzpir
I Is 01 t I M Y7 lvrltr In Every Belie
f the Vfur
Voeterday oponlnu ciorclsoo nt Prince ton
also ot era In Us history
mal tho opening n new I Il hl
tory M an educational Institution In tho ln < t
tr a
flftoen years under the Prosldencr ot Dr Mo
ton yoar
Cosh Prlnoeton hiui olmnROj considerably
from tho old American college system of a ted
curriculum ending In a Bachelors degree Tlio
changes have been In the direction of the addi
tion of optional studies maldna the course
ton
varied to suit tho Dower and PUrlS ot stu
dents but all leading up t tho llnohelors do
sro a beforo Tho important feature of tho
new srstom Is tho Introduction ot now studies
t brtn the Instruction up to tho standard of a
university It Is tho ohunso from Princeton
Collcao to Princeton University 1hoso addi
tional studios would too irroatly crowd tho or
dinary eolloso course anil the establishment
found ot university necessary or post uraduute courses boa been I I
Tho natural accompaniment of higher de
grees Is l also provided for and the uuEroosof
re Lltt o3rvldod and D bo are to Co her
after In the etlt ot Princeton Thcso post
erauuato courses and the dearoes attached aro
aranato dOlel
to b throw to the graduates ot all other
approved American colleges
AmorlcBI oolelos
In furtherance of tho now system a number
ot now fellowship aro belne formed flvo hav
Inp bon established within the last threo
months In addition to those previously l exist
ing Others aro to bo added Koch will fflve
nn income of from Uo to 6 to the incum
bent ami thoy are to bo awarded after exam
ination They a to b open to tho ffraduatea
of any other American college on the condition
that their studios and researches aro to bo con
tinued In Princeton whatever departments
of study thor may select Tho attempt at
Princeton will not bo to Introducedistinct professional
fessional schools like those at Columbia but to
teach all branches tat are tausnt at any uni
versity In the world
The foundation of a biological laboratory
which Is to bo tbo elft 1 chiefly of graduates of
18t7 has been laid and this building as well
as the now art school will bo added to the col
lege during the coming year
TiiEacnoot noAitv JTILI xtnrssTiaAXE
A Cemmlttee Appointed t > Take Teitlmmy
About the SonlardBmart Charffe
Tho Board of Education held its Orst mooting
the vacation
ing yesterday since summer vacaton
President Blmmonssald that bo regretted to
bo obliged to begin his official duties with ref
erence to the charges against Twofth War
School Trustee Andrew L Boulard and Mrs
Annie T Smart of Grammar School No 57 I
was necessary for tho reputation ot the public
school system that a investigation be begun
without delay
I the parties to this scandal aro Innocent
he added lot us declare them innocent and
if the charges mado in the public press aro
found to bo true lot us purco tho schools of
those who havo brought purlO rin to themselves
and dtagracoupon the sacrod trust that Is
committed to their care I have a letter ad
dressed to tho Board from Ur Boulard which
tbo clerk will read
Clark MoUullen read tho lettorof Mr Sonlard
to the Board denying his guilt and demanding
an Investigation Tho letter has been printed
Invostlmton
Then Commissioner Galloway offered the fol
lowing adopted resolutions which woro unanimously
That the President appoint a special com
Ml I f =
mlttee conslitlng of flve CommlMlonera to examine
Into all tbe f acu nnrt circumstance ot the charges and
allegations mnde aa aforesaid and aIo with th conduct
of said Andrew L Soulard as a trustee of common
achoola and report their conclusion to ar BgdItIU
rJ
ivjolrtit Thai tbe testimony taken by said committee
be duly sworn to by the witnesses I examined and that
m ak
r e4 oftbI
0oftb
the President of this Hoard is hereby authorized to ap
ply as provided by law I to the Court of common Pleas
to compel witnesses to appear snd testify before laid
committee aa to any and ad tbe charge referred to It
President Simmons appointed us tho com
mittee of investigation Commissioners Gallo
way Bprague Welb Holt and Cole The
Board also passed a resolution establishing an
evening hlgu school In Grammar Hclmol No 75
in Norfolk street and William f Hudson was
appointed principal of the school Jacob Boyle
was appointed principal of the evening high
school West Thirteenth street
SIfABPS APPEAL ENDED
The Jndrc will ItrtTC to WndeThroach 3OOO
Pace Hefam CamlBc tm Decision
Jacob Sharps appeal to tho General Term
for a now trial was wound UD yesterday mom
ing VT Bourke Cookran was the last speaker
and his address to Judges Van Brunt Bartlctt
Brady and Daniels was full of law and pathos
The court room was crowded with a mixture
of young lawyers politicians and loafers Ur
Cookran argued that because the Aldormanlo
Board of 1884 was corrupt and did a wicked
thing which benefited Ur Sharp it didnt
necessarily follow that Ur Sharp was tho
cause ot the corruption and wickedness Ho
said a great many more things thnt have been
frequently said b fore In bolmlf pf Ur Sharp
and a few thlnps that have not been said
A morbid ilOBlro to read several hundred
pages of printed matter was observed by tho
Court In tho expression of Mr Mcolls face
but beforo he could nit for an indulgence of
time the crier sprang up and adjourned court
Judge Brady was asked how long it would bo
beforo a decision could be expected His re
plf WII8 to the ol1oot that anYbOdy oould IIJUre
this out wbo know how long It would tako to
wcas tnrousc aac tnorouamy comprehend
nearly 3000 pages ot printed matter It will
probably bo tbe end of next week before Ur
Sharp will know whether or not his application
for a new trial will bo granted Ur Martine has
great faith In the peoples caso and believes it
is strong onouiih fo stand any tost of law
I will wait for the decision without any fear
that tho judgment will bo reversed ho said
Tho case of the people Is a very strong ono
and In my opinion It will stand if It 1s
afllrmed tho caso will I probably be carried to
the Court of Appeals Ob no I havent
thought about who will be tried next It will
bo time enough to bother about that when
Sharp is disposed of
Chnreh of the Holy Cross Anniversary
The members ot tbo mission Church ot the
Holy Cross at Avenue O and Fourth itreet began yes
terday the celebration of the lecond anntvenary of lu
dedication This Is the church of which Cither Ilnut
Ington the Episcopal monk U the rector The services
yesterday Included n choral celebration O 0 H
morning prayer at 7 service for children at r M
even eong at 7 and evening rirc under the direction
of the Kev Martin Albert uf Trinity The fesUval will
be continued until Thursday Kept 33 The programme
for today will be the proceulon of all tbe guild In the
mission to aervlces at hie cburch when the Kev K W
Tomklns Jr wlu preach At 3 on Sunday the corner
tone ot the new school house will be laid by the Kev
Ir tlougbton
Mr liarlmndo Disappear with the Children
Lonlsa Burlando tho demented wife of an
employee tho gins works atllw Worth street quitted
her borne at 5 Bayard street on Saturdsy taking with
her her two children Slay aged 10 and Edward aged
o Two year ago she quitted her home taking three
children with hir and wa found lo Utlca supporting
them 1w herselt after a fashion by playing a band o
gan One of the children died In consequence of the IS
posuro then Incurred Mrs Hurlando fancy that she
must go on and earn something by organ playing I en
tlrely uncalled for for her husband baa a secret process
for treating glasa which enables him to earn from 33 to
tto a week
A Child Born on New UnD Green
NEW HAVEN Sept HMiss Ellen Sullivan
cave birth to a babydrlon the New Haven green to
nlfht She wai discovered by Detective llrewer who
wnpped th baby la hit coat and ran to Ibe police offlo
An ambulance wai sent for th mother Sbo uld sbe
came to New Haven yesterday from Mount Carinel
wbere she bad been at lervlee with llenry ooto a well
todo farmer A farm hand whoae name ibe cave to
the poUoe betrayed her then A weddmir may be ctle
brafed tomorrow ai the police I are on the farm bandi
track Mother and child 1 were taken W the hoiDltal
where both are doing nlcelr
Pianist JoseaV a llousekeewcr und IJogs
Jfrs Agnes n Prltchard is suing Hafaol
JoseSy the pianist for tlOU damage to a house and
Its furniture In Tarrytown Ilerr JoieBy wai her ten
naot from June IWfl until May lait Tbe furniture
shessTS was broken th crockery mashed and he
Jro
glass shattered The pianist kept two dogs b1g the tIpl
for t > be also allegee hat be Installed as housekeeper In
the place a woman who gave the house a bad name He
moved la the Supreme Court Brooklyn yesterday to
have thli latter allegation stricken out ai scandalous
but Justice Pratt decided that the complaint should
ataud ai It wai
A Very tmuag Ilnsbaud Itlll IllmelC
Barney Koonlcshorcor a barbor 18 years
old died In Rellivue Iloipltal on Tnedar night of the
ffect of lauduum and rat potion which be bad taken
with suicidal Intent He lived with bit ilrl wife In a
little room at 103 Bait 113th itreet Ther bad a ouarrl I
on Tuesday morning and Barney packed bli clothe in a
alltu left th hoiue and went to th barber bop of
LpulsBernr at I4J4 third avenue whenh wu em
d rt1r attended to hie dalle Wt through th day
Rlored he took a dole of laudanum and followed
this with th rat poison
A Fro In Evidence
Dr Kdson destroyed at High Bridge yester
day 3IOT quarti of iklmmed or watered milk out of a
total of lopo can which had arrived on tbe Nw York
City and Northern Railway A frog wai round In one of
f rc rch M f ltf
the confiscated cana which prove a pretty clearly I that
tber wu aou water In the milk
A Black 8ytta for the Beatitcr1 OSleo
Marer Hewitt and Demter 81em conferred
ocolbr reacei4 r tor iiI purpooe ot iiki arr
menu to carry out tb law wUbUahlni lb II WK
anna et IIOGrel it JUflrtirt eaW
sits uutara n
IU > Cull Collt r STiuteiieBiid H > Aik
HU anbardUatt e ExnUln
Mrs Frank Ixssllo with pearls In hot can
ns blK M hazel nuts and attired la a rIch oos
tumo of black laoo and Bilk called on Collector
Mafcono yesterday and formally complained of
tho treatment Iho rocelvod from n special
Treasury aeent ot tho customs service when
sho landed from thoCltyof nome last Friday
The Collectors Btonoaraphor William E Kim
ball took Mrs Leslies complaint In full and
thla mornlnR at 10 oclock John Lovcln tho
Treasury auent whom Mm Leslie accuses will
bo hauled up before his chief Col Montgomery
and questioned Mrs Losllo eayg that tho
trunks of liersolf and her party had been
passed by the Inspectors and wort about
to bo put Into tno express woRon when
pho huard a woman say This mall
Is a blaokffuardi hell no Kontlomnti1
and n moment Inter Ill cot nauaro Tho
porpon talking had evidently irot Into oomo
difficulty with Kontlomim of Airs Leslies
purtF Special Treasury Aitent Lovoln do
cliirod that tho trunks munt bo oam Dod
Sirs Leslie Rays Tho ncont looked Into all
my powder boxes spoiled three winter bon
nets and found only six yards of nmto pnplln
a dross romnnnt and somp pbotoaraphs hnrl
been given for my paper lie collected 1300
duties on Ills llnrt
Mrs Leslie claims that tho second search wan
instlrmted by Miss Malvlna f Wilson a cuo
trims inspcctrpfifl Collector Mncono said thitt
whllo technically tlm poplin and thn photo
eraphs wore dutiable Bomln tho Treasury
aeent rather went to tho limit ot his powers
in collecUnB upon them
XITK OLD lUIRTKlSNTIl
A Reunion of Men who Set In at Anttetara
nd Fousht the Wnr Oat
The Thirteenth RegIment of New Jersey
Volunteers which had Its quartorcontennlal
reunion In 1atorson yosterday was enlisted In
that city Newark and neighboring towns in
the darkest period of the war It arrived nt
tho front Just in tlmo to bo hurried Into tho
bnttla of Antlotnm It wore tho fivepointed
star ot Oen Blooilms Twelfth Army Corps at
Houth Mountain Chancollorsvlllo and Gettys
burg It wan then transrarrcd to Oen Sher
man It fought at Kooky FJICO Rldao Itesaca
lino Knob Atlanta and other places and
marched utidor Hliorman to tho lOa It was
mustered out only at thn clono ot tho war
Lunch was RorveU in Apollo Hall In 1atoreon
at noon yesterday and at 5 oclock there was n
parade in which tho First Battalion of tho
Now Jersey National Guard and the Paterson
Grand Army posts participated In the even
ing thoro was a banquet In Washinston Hall
at which covers wore laid for GOOf Col J W
Conedon who was Grand Marshal of the pa
rade presided The veterans woro waited on
by IDOyounc ladles who woro white cups and
aprons trimmed with red stare The stars
wore red because red stars distinguished tho
First Division ot the Twelfth Corps
aX1IlYlNO WITH HEll HADE
Mm Lert It on Truck but Hep Heart
Failed Her and She Beturned for II
A Rentleman who was walking alone Green
wich avenue near Eleventh ttreet at IOU oclock on
lueidny niitht aaw a poorlydressed woman leaning
over truck and crying bitterly In answer to his quea
tlone the woman laid that she was homeless and itarv
lag and a few minutes before had left her ilx eoksold
lirl baby on the truck with thtfMntentlon of abandoning
IL Bhe walked down the avenue for three or four
block when her heart mote her and iho ran back to
her child Hut It wo gone Thn poor woinaa was wild
with grief and a policeman took her to tlio Ibarlel
Itreet station The flrnt hlnr sun heard when he en
terud w n a babya cry and rushlnz Into the patrolmena
room she found her own little one A pnUceman hat
found tbe baby nl tbe r kIIU
the AtJeBenon woman told Market Justice IoUce Gorman Court that yeitenlay her nume wasJulu mornlnr I
Hamilton nnd that the wa 2t veara olil Hhelsuull
and 1 rrnl haired I and li evidently very alrk She said
that for more than two year she hail been llvlnit with
Ulhlam Kedyot 77 Bank llreet aa 111 wife bhe had
auptber chllil besldrs the 1 baby a little irtrl lw nearly J years
old Just beforo the baby birth I Keely Ilrloi II
The baby was born lu tho Charity Hospital r I and until a
tew da > ago mother and children lived 1 at the Welfome
lxjdgtn lion In Wet Eleventh direct The mjther I
left the eldest child there and started oit to net work
but failed The woman wept plteuusly when sbe was I
telling her itory Justice Gorman sent the woman and
t uurll P
baby to tbe Roudalli Island almshouie
Agent stocking ot Mr Oerryi society tried to act the
other child yeiterdsy but Matron cropiey would nor
give It up and showed H document In which the mother
r MJ rcdo tu nuJI
reiUrned all r rlzht to It blocking will make another
effort today to get the child
Tbe Centennial Celebration
PHILADELPHIA Sept UGOV J P Itlchard
son of South Carolina and itaa arrived hare at noon to
day attend the centennial testlrltlta ien Blicrrnan
also arrived today The hotela arc crowded aud many of
them are nnable to receive guenti except those who had
engaged rooms In advance At nearly all the putllo schools
today exercise ot a patriotic nature were held Th
city this evenuur I literally covered lIb the American
colon manv bullillnn on tbeitnuL Market and Hronil
n1 U
itreeta beuig almost hidden from view by Hags aud tante
fully arranged tlDfiIC
8 < Dt II Ie I tho present Intention of
tb President to leave thl city for hillailelplila tumor
row at about 4 P M lie will 1 probaoly be accoinpaniel by
Mr Cleeland Secrelary lluynnl and Col I Wo Mr l
Lament The private car of President Robtrts of the
Iennsy vsnta Railroad Couipnny hai been placed at the
disposal et the party Arriving at IhiludelDhlajlhey
rlaI 1
rl lco i li cn
will Iwmet by a couimlttee and escorted by the Urit
City Troop will be conducted to the Lafayette lloteL
Harder Fellowlnc a Mule Trade
LOUISVILLE Ky Bept 14CharIoa Colo and
Jacob Sterner are tirmen near New Washington Clark
county Ind Both are prominent church member and
Itelr projerty I rrob biy the finest lo th1 nAre nt the
country They had alway been warm friends until lait
I doll when they traded multi and Cole got the
woret of the bargain Late yesterday alternoon Sterner
wa putlog tba residence 01 Cole and stopped to speak
to one of tbe amUy Cole called him Into the barn nud
a few mlnutei later there wu a scream and Cole rame
iut with his band covered with blood anil mounting it
borer rode away at a gallop kterner Iiy on the barn
Il
Boor dylnf with a terrible cut In Ills heart aud a blow
Mined ute near All efforts to capture Coin hive been
unsuccessful
Reunion of the Army of tbe Tcnnmee
DETROIT Bept 14Tho first business meet
ing of tbe Army oftbe Tennessee was called to order by
Oen Sherman at 10 thli morning Soon afterward Mn
Logan accompanied by several ladle entered the hall
They were escorted to a box amid applause Cot Day
ton inored that John A Logan Jr bu elected to rill hu
lather memberihtp In the eoclety The auggcstlou wai
1 4m r biWJ
received with applause and young Logan wai uuanl
mouely elected Ion hhcrrnau read a tribute to Oen
Logan andUcn William U Wooda two members of the
lb IIJrY
society who died during the past year UurJn the
reading Mm Loran eyes HUed with tear
Mr George und Dr BIcGlynn at the Fair
LOWVILLE Sept 14 Henry Ooorco and tho
Rev Dr UcQIynn addressed a large audience on the
fair grounds near tbli village tbli afternoon Mr
leorgeln an Interview expressed the belief that the
Labor ticket would get at least rtiuw votci In Kew York
city I and an equnl amount throughout t the Bute n hen
luCormedufUov Illir speech regarding land toxatlun
rtTJril t M erklmer yeiterdnv Mr otorxe aid he
i eM if lo t t OO
would like very lunch to meet the loveruoron some
public pisiform anil Inquired a to the Governors rut
lure engagement to snenk at fairs u > Ing tint hu would
meet aad engage him m an argument If put jible I
Drowned Her lluby but Not Herself
HARTroRD Bopt HThIs afternoon Mrs
Elmeon Labonte the He of a saloon keeper left her
home and with her baby In her armi walked to the foot
of Morgan itieet and threw herself Into the river Bhe
wai rescued an nncouccloue loudltlon with the bohy
dead lu her arm A warrant lo bold tlio worain for
inurder bos been Issued bb had lived unhappily with
br bUlbAII
Home Again
It your vacation hai not benented yon ss much aa
you hoped aid nature by taking llooda Biriaparllla
which will lOOn drtra away that feeling ot debility nnd
make you desire to Uk hold of work In uruist again
It gives new life and vigor to tbe whole system and
drives all buinort from tbe blood Dive It a trial
I usril to l > e troubled with f ever and ague malaria
pimples on tho face and other affectloui resulting from
blood Impurltlei I was Induced lo try Hoods Banapa
rllla Ai a result I have vlgoroue health It keep ua
well threuKhout the yoarW STEWART UJJUyrtle
av Ilrooklyu N Y
Illootls SarsniiRBIJn
Bold by all druggists tljelxforfJ I Frepand only by
CI HOOD t CO Apothecaries Lowell Uaw
1OO Uoica One Dollar
She iruli
Tnt DnIV G IVB 01 NEV TORIt
IroaRI Alo Ii y
FALl MHcrl 1I Hepl H J Id 16
IWUNlI 1sTeptl
Puri ru olau Ion
run tloo 11 lucu 7 entries
TlllitDliAYKnday hept 10
Pane JlMijaHcleie Wenirlei
Purse jLSiorree for all eutrlea
Ifonts called at 2 1 M sharp
Track cen b > Ttac5bp 1IIm Railroad to Jlelroa
ftUon fromUrand Uiutral Depot 43d at
nOvtrJrl altdl
Itao aad 130 oruthav elevaua railroad to 115th su
CONEY U A lOCKEY CL11B
ATl JDNI Il
TIIURaDAV SEPT f1
8ATUHDAV HRrT IT
yillHT BACK AT 9 OCLOCK
12rJ J IR I r y at 1050 l
I P I I at I
hlf hoarls tIer Vo 11 rrom lbe IOQI or W IdebU e
blf boarly troIl110IOA N
UiandHt Ind tickets
badrtlr 1Ji tJs tf relldeac
j u K LAnBlC Hcrolarr
CLlITON HACKS
FlUJIA T lip I aDd < x > > hru on all avallsbl day
411J111Ct1 iJIIII
umaIfOOO1foU Becntiry
She Paid the Penally Z
A Brooklyn lady wrlUl ul that tbovt seven run aro
hi had an attaesof bUloul remittent f evtr which lasted
for three months and thin tamed Into Intermittent f
vtr Ustlng from prbg to autumn every year Tbi
fever came en every afiernoon wllh a laokln bad
aObe pain In th limb and back and sickness at Ihi
lomaen Rh took quinine conitantlylalarjedcMi
She paid the usoal penally attached lo th ui ef thli
vile drug In the form 01 terrlfta headschei boning In
tbe ears Ions I of memory and of appitlt and rial
nervous diblllty and proitratlon
Dyspepila followed wllh all lu fearful mffertng and
mental torment Afrlend laid to her Why dont you
tryXaeklnet Wnatlitlie 1II1be I answered II
Is I probably a hamnug like all advertlnd thin Dal
Ill do It to oblige you on Ih theory thai drownlni
people catch at straws
Bhe did try It and th uraw proved a rock of ref
uge In a few weeki she was better and li now per i
fectly well not a bott of the old troubl remallllln
her Jubilant letter the ctlei outi Vomen In particular
ought to thank Provldenc for Knsklne It onrei thoie
who cant stand hsrsli drug Th most dellote and
niiltlve somsch can bear It I nied to tool and tum
ble wearily on my bed all th livelong night Now I
fall asleep at ono and wake In the morning u freihai
a bird
Kaskln U I not like quinine nor like any of the be
putted and vaunted blood purlSera It doel nor
tbnti they do a certainly and Insensibly the mn pro
duccs vegetation Write to us for convincing teitlmo
nlal letter from prominent individual which stamp
Kaiklue a a remedy of undoubted merit
The KasLlne Company flt Warren t New York and
S3 Farrlngdon Road London
tVnl1ttdittlUtt
A mayleave their favor forTiiaSca at th only an
tbortreil uptown Broadway advertleement corner aist offices St till 0PM
UAO llrosdway teLZd andUhleUL tills P SL
g ritt m llI
UOd WfifMsl comer ttliav tulttr It
JIKl rtf 4Jat
TOO lid av entrance < m 47 Ih IL till P u
Ifiu 4th av corner Hlh it till 8 P M
11101 ad av near WHb 1
1 NO fcast II1 near ad av till t UIO r JI
u 1 3d av between DUth and 07th Ua >
iittir Mav neara4thsl
O11O 3d av near limb it
J Uo Id av near 7111 st
lu > ir M av between 75th and 79th lit
l JHO adar ne 47 UiSi
4 3 lutiMt
8 < l Kast34tblL
UCU WestSDtblt
UNA West it near ChrlitopberBfc Ferry
JH BouthSlhav
UO ftu avn near 1 4th it
= O4 cthav nearnntrn
m
thav near4tnhit t
1 7 llh aY nor 42 11
HJiU w h av nearMtbiL
1 < ut ud av neur 1 6th it
J g 5
IV 1 3d nv nearluIthiL
ho extra chsrife
BOOK aKIVEBH wanted at FRANK LESLIES
mndery s > Park placE
E XIEniEXOED white tie Ironen wanted also
Jil learners ilcady work
yitKNCll I CO 85 Howard it
LACE GOO OM nd r nn fllcy rk
I HIDLIU buNB Orn1 an4 Orebrd Ie
OX VEATfi rl1 clue bUlen oa 1181 cuetom
11 3H Iaec 13Ibt
PAPER IIOXEH Kxnerienced hand on Kin 1
and pa te work JOHN V U KOUII 21 Wooiter at
5APEK IIOXKHdood handa on line work
UEOltUb VIKMEKS A bOX 13JSouthSthav
7A5IPER on ladle ihoei lea boy to block on
meua ramps MS Uuino it
tfnntta J1t
AHStART lrOnlt boy to make hlmnelf nnerallr
nfeful Apply after 8 oclock at 103 Chamber it
third Uoor
A TH REE Hrit clan plumber and threa carpen
ten come ready to werk 230 West 124th it
TJOOKIJIXDEK wanted who U I a forwarder and
U nnUhcr to take charire of a well equipped country
ireneral bludory mint undentand enUmatlnir on all
klndi if work Aptily I today between 1U t1d 2 at
room W Aitor lloiue
BRVSSMOUJDFnAntxnerlencedljraMronn
dryman AddrcM BIimlmiHtioi 140 Sun office
COPY IIOInEUWanted a boy able to read
I MiY lel
tL
manuscript nt the Eyenln Poit Job Printing
untce corner Broailway t niton et
CIIANIrI > IKU8Menrh iinde arm mater
on lathe hanila K McLEWBlCua Baxter
CMrr rzlllo < l lluth ClIlar Addreai
HURT box 121 dun onlce I
C Ui AUEPAI rEU wanted 87S7thav
EiyciXKEK Wanledan engineer who knowi how
to rim dynamo and baa 01 fair practical knowl
lift or electno llshting Salary 10 a week Addren
PrXAMU uoil6u Snnomcc
rMHHTfrA1H blackimlth on truck and wairon
I1 work Lh > 18 UUORE 20 Clarke
Jon COMPOSITOR wanttd at IDEal 17th it
those accuf tomed to theatrical work
LEAH OTA9IBRA mgN workman Apply
early I p r McMAllOX 137 Wooeterei
LKAU OI ail ERH wanted iteady employment
Auareu Suuth 11 In it 1hlladelphla Pa
ACHIMHT forfeneralwork iil LEWIS A
L > 1 I OIVLHK SFll CO 27 to S5 Walworth t Bklyn
pAPrlt nnXKfi Experienced cutter both pane
l jind Clark machine JO fix W J KOCH 21 Wooitei
IIOXKW Man on ihean and comer
PArE
cutter OEORUt W1EJ1E113 SON 133 South 5th ai
PLvuDE sWanld mnit he flntclau
JOHN DtVINKU03dOT
on renalri good workman 10
plhfr J r r
heifer U7 Gait Mill t
SlIo n KEn wanted a man on Nplrlt1ll 64
rPAILOR wanted to iro to Carbondale Pa ilntli
J man preferred fOOd wairn and 1 < employment
referencei reauired Call between U and IDA M
illLMAHTlS b le 12 LUpenard it N T
yHKFtWRIOIIT and doorman horieihoer
TT bnth tin clesi nin fobcrandlndiintTlaua Anoli
to A W CUWAN ear Vinhln toB and Bay r J City
WANTED An h rxperlenced varnlnher on plane
stools In KRARMERB Plino Stool factory 8t ln
way Long liland City Bowery Hay SIa 1york
IT XTJDIna I omc ala4I1dnwllbparn
f alo n eopt dllrln ppUoanubandrlllnl
1LuNTU box 137 Hunoilloo
ITL1 TJ TIlrO Irood nap mudra fr r ye
f work lL 01 IIAlriAY49Walert NVork
T AXTEUA flr irjiKn rltr Applr fr one
f vreek la Broadway E Ii lTTLE
maker bran turner and Fra
WASITEDCor 1
meJ4 r
lathe hand HEAD lA Oold it
WAXTED A riuK Mackimlth Apply
ItOBEUT KENT m Jay it flrooHyn
VITAS TEllThalr varnlalien Apply at
vUTJmCJI lfI J
r MiW yotlK OIIAIRUOH Veitry it
TE1 Fireman horwthoer Apply to
WAN
1 SMITH South Orange N J
rANTIID An esperl nced cord spinner
T f 11AYKS S Union square
W ANTED A flritclaii man uudentandlng the
hsrt and oyster business uoa 3d av
WW
W ES la ca ro4 a trlker
r hl lSlSSigSL
V ATVTEJJDoy run errands KOJiassaust to feed steam Cordon preii arid
lyAXTED A good sober blacksmith for horse
f bolu 007 WI a7111 1
AyAXTKU Three HrstcUs sheet Irou and Slav
f ortora roI4I11 av
sitimtioM tl1l1ttt
OITUATIOV AVAKTCD by an lioneit eober
kp womun lu a llnall famllr Pleaie call tar two daya
No 174 l1 1rI41101 top DoorPOST
ubU itotict
POST OFFICE NOTIOKKonlgn malls for the
week ending fcept 17 111 close promptly lit all cases
nt this office as followi
lllUKMiAYAtIaJ A II fnraermauy Austria Denmark
1 forfu Air
mark Sweden Norway Russia j and rDe i r
iteauishlp Lewioi via Hamburg letters for other
huropeau couutrlci via Plymouth and Cherbourg
must be directed per Lesslng at 11 A M 1 for
i enesuela and Curacox per steamship Valencia nt
m tU for Uampecbe Chiapas Tabasco and Yuca
tan per steamship city of ruebla loiter for other
u kan States must tin directed per City of rue
bla at IP M fur liermuda per steamship Orino
co at I 11 U for 1arn Maranham and Ceara per
rl iaa
steamship I Dasli ft at J P M for Uocis del Torocer
weainslilp S Plzzatl from New Orleans atA30 PM
for HL 1ltrre Mlquelon pur steamer from Halifax
IT1UAYM 10 A 11 for th Windward Islands per
steamship Muriel at I P M for Porto Kico direct
per eteauishlp Jennie at 11I111 for brazil and th
la 1luta Countries via iclo de Janeiro per itearu
ITliHDAV sblnNewcomen At J A from It for Italtlmore fcnrune per uteamrtiln Ktru
rli via Queenstomi letterifor Trince hwluerlauO
ltrurlivi Itnly Spain af iiuil > A U rortugsl for Ural must Iirluln be directed Ireland a per
many Austria fjenm rk Bwedeu Norway lluula
ulullurLey tier stesrarlilp Klder > la 1 Buutliauipin
ana Ureruenflptteri mutt be directed per fclder
m J i I
ol r tle I d
loluraL per Leallllhip La lIooflorue va lIanll
1 IU 1 ror cr UII an4 PorIa lUeo dlrer por
ectlDp steamship tlrrasila via Olasgow letter
mint be directed per Olrcassla I at a30 P M tor
hurope per itearnsnlp 8tta of Chicago I via Oueen
Hiiwnat n f M for the Netherlatide direct per
steamslilp W A Heholtrn via I Rotterdam letter
must Iw directed per VV A Hcholten
IUM > AyAta 1 r JI Mr li Illueneldsperiteamshlp J
oieri Jr from NewOrle ii
Malhi for tlhlaa and 1 Japan Mr steanuhlp City of Ft
Ingfrom Kin rrandsrn close 1 Lero hept I4a7 1
I Main for Australia I hew raUnd handwtch fllL
mil hatnoin Islauda per iteamhlp Alamtiln I from San
1 to nI 1 ar lr I t fo
iranclscojclojc hereift IH at4P M iron urrlval
it hew York of steamship Hennanlo wllh llrltlsh malls
ror Australlaj ataltsforthe Society Islands per slip
roplo Bird from Ban Vranclieoi close b 1aWlr 23 a
4 PM Malls for Cllba by rail 10 Tampa na aud
Ibnc b llIrnr I lCr Wt na 010 al tbII 01
Ie dil Vtajoi M
IaUtlticnl
aUtlticnl
fU 1IOXSCH17K 40 Weit 34th it leading ad
g Ur
l
If vertlsingspeclalUt I i quickest 1 perminentcure guar
AIII lIru co > s4 tciiuuai lion to3jillo tf
11 TZU1U 14 > Vt llth fl li4 wciu or
J safr IIITK uiul 1 vc < lv iirliii Irlvilo bl Ms rxitu
lies ncute dUeui > i lu 10 ujy Eurap Ilu44k Uiu
RUtUknl tnllIft1tI
XAKOflatba cub an11Ianje or to re1lL
llllUCA WuWU QUoe U 6101I a
MUt1Utnt
D R JACODSB 8D AVE THEATRE
CORNER B1 T MT
Prices I0c Rosenred Seats 20c and 30c
A Majestlo Success An Overflow of Tiopla
IIATIMBRB MONDAV WBPNR8UAy SATURDAY
FRANK I rilAYMR IK MARDO
Bex office alwas open lleware of peoulalor
ept lltTh Grand Hptebwular ZOZO
WALLAKII broadnd ootbL
10UnTil WCIK
UOUSEA towirao firovBRrtowiNa
Tb 11tluCr jb M
MeCAVLLbVBliACOairANr
1
In hupp
i BELLMAN j
Admission fxia i latlnee Baturdayata i
LO
IX > irru o otLMOnJlIroprllor and Manage
Reserved seats Orchestra Circle and llalconyl t < n rrnts
fimi WKKK HOUSES UROWUK1
IMnB KlnALVYti
Urand Kptctacnlar Production
1JL < IAH1KIIH
liAOAHDKHK
OR Tllfi 1IUNOU1SAUK bp PARIB
Two Grand Ballet Splendid Scenery
Evening at a ilatine Wednesday and Piturday it a
CTAiVJlAKD THEATKK Bway and 33d it
STANDARD AM HATUKDAY MATNKKS
AnAlllAN NlUilTril UV THK IMPKRfAL BDU
CI1 mll = 1 LEUQUi COMlANT
ARABIA Oreatest IUCCCM ever achieved
AIUIIUorN10 ITIII by New a Vork dpeciacular llurleiqu in
ALAIIDINII
I WONIrBRKOI Every Night at n WednciuUy and
LA It P Saturday Matlneei nt V
ACADBMT OF MVaid 14th it A Irving place
A MuRPMY Manag
IRAND orENiNd MONDAY BVENINO KEPT iS
Elabcrat production of the latest and greitest London
n
melodramatic I I tucne entitled
A DAICK HKUKKT
A DARK SKCUEl
uclndlng tb marvellono annatle rnene
1IIc1114IuJl1 HKMliv urdATTA
Reierved seati OC7V til family circle ilc gin
feCIrCl
era r admission SOo Seat now on iqle
OCKSTAMEaH Dockstaderi Is open but tti hard lo get In
Tlmei tundsy
TBTSMBUnOUfl TRIUMPH
TIIRATItR TOO FMAILt
ATUIILKSS IINSTIIRLAYI
j FALL OP NEW BARyLON
K VBri 1 NOB 8sa B ATURti AV M ATINHis 2 30
MANHATTAN BEAOH
FINAL PERFORMANCES OF PAINS
SIEGE OF SEBASTOPOL
ORANDKRT DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS
LABTWEKK1 FTERY UVENINQ LAST except WBbKI Sunday and LAST tlondav WBBKI
Droadway and Both st
CA8INO at R Mittnee Haturday at a
POSITIVELY LAWT WKEK
of the greatest ot all comlo opera luccemet
KRHIM1I
RECEIVED WITH ROARS OF LAUQllTHtL
Roof Garden Concert after the opera
Admission I ooc tnelnnlngboth entertainment
V Monday bpL ID Till MARQUIS
STAn TUEATBE Broadway cor I8tb it
JJA8T WERKJJUT ONE
j HELD BY THE ENEMY j
Secure your leatIn advance
XATINKK SATURDAY
Proprietor AV THEATRE and Manager Mr JOHN STETSON
LAST WEEK
Admiral Uarld U Porter
ALLAN DARE
V a rJP01 IB Annual engagement of Kra
LANOTRY < Bale ot nata now progressing
BIJOU OPERA HOtJBE Dwsy and 30th it
RICEB SURlRISK PARTJ
Including th favorite comedian Ur
OOIlN 5t BtACKAV
In CIBCUM the latest sparkling iic V
Enn evening at a Bedn sday nd Saturday Matlneea
OLD LONDON 7C8 nKOAJJ1VAT7 AU
i ho wish to enjoy an agreeable afternoon and even
mtshouldvlslt OLIi LONDON Every something
lew The Oypsr Wonder In tbe Devils Tavern The
Igyptlin Feather Worker Music no better anywhere
Open from 10 to 10 Admission ooc children uc
P O LEA T1IKAT ItCHth ft bUlb av Bar
I 10CUI IAULINK UAKVliV COMIC UEUAUU
IJ 10cILI Matlnte to day and tbl evening
Octe THK MIKADO
Matlneei Monday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
W
VIt weektilE 8KAOr > IUE
riMKftH ITOPIrS THEATBE
t a MKS I P FOWKRS
Thursday and Raturday IgbtsrllK CZARINA
Frlday SlghtQUKEN ilZABETII
Katurday IlatlneeUAbr AUDLEVS BUCKET
weekBOOOMAM N BUND
I OaTER fJff N J1rfr HALL
VICTOR 1U2RIIEKT
And hut Grand Oreheitra of 40 Arttsta
AUUlBiJIOX 33 CBNT8
ITADISOV NOUABE THEATKE 830
M r t rffi t UIrr
U Iced air Mr A llTTALMlilc hn Manager
Jlr BlCHAltD MANSMEUl
IJHUrf fntEJrlbR
IN 11R JEKTL1 AND MB UYbK
A noble moral underllei thli inarvelloui
rTNION SQUARE THEATRE JMIIILU Maagr
J Ureulno oso ao WBEK Eat Mat 2
Mr URLU1UI1
OXli AUAIN8T MAfY
HY A O UUKTKR
I ATlt WTHEET TIIEATUE corner 8th av
14 MATINKEH WEDNEHDAY AND HATURDAY
AMTIIE1 POSITIVK KUCCESd
Chaa noyt latf t comedy utlre
A 110113 IN illE OKOPXP
WINDSOR THEATRE Bowerr near Caual
A irand nectacnliu Production
NEWTON BKEIM UIIT IN LUNUON
MATINKE SATtHOAY AT i
i Next weekTwo ROADS
GRAND OPERA HOUSE TONIOHT
Kr ryed Bull Orchritra Circle and Balcony SU
LOUIS JAMES and XAKIK WAINWKIUUr
In HAMLET
Next LKWTtiO 0 LONDON
LYCEUM TIJEATR4lhnlSIdL 830 I
IltSinVKLY LAW WEEK
THE ninilKMT niDllEIC I Lut Perform
TMK 1IIUIIKHT HIDDEn J I anoe on Monday
TUBBDAY KIT BOTUK UREAT PINK PEARL
MERRIUAt AND MONITOR NAVAL
1t1 BATTLE Uadlion uv ana 611111 > tLa1 reuon
Op n day and evenlnir Vhiton to Central Park will
nud thla within one block ototu ar entrance
211 C tntr
Corona
1 00 Lots
rholcd LOTR till to 5200 payable i or 31O monthly
Forty eight traini dally commutation M centa weeklr
New hpuiei going up like mairic the uandinmeit and
bralihleil village on the north > lde 1 of Longlland 18
mlnutee only from Long Iiland City over 2000 loll sold
llnre we nterted For muu aud free railroad ticket
Je rm McJc 1 lt 1Eglf Jl
addren HITCHCOCKS KKAL E8TATB UFWC14 li
Chamber et New York
OUloo oppoitt railroad nation at Corona
HOMES FOR ALL
Jerr lohnon OTij I clllnir euorrh lot In
the eon HTird ur Itrooklyn at Ilntb llencb
J nt Y < > < i < l lde llclubt far
tllOO and unvrurd fuyuble ia Aad 810
monthly Frets excursion dmlv to Btb
Jloncl Tv uu nDCI Wondold 1IIebl Ior
mill IInd tltko Iy AI Ibe mr orI oro
tll tl W ork
AT IAlIHADJS PAUKSecnre a villa ilte
uow ahead of Ibo advance conwqnent upon 1m
provementa choice plot protected against nuiiancel
and 110 W miirded n > llf deilrable ottae It rutrlrllon viilt I thli no beautiful liquor laloonn lection
and ludre Ita merlin Addren for map and Invitation
flTUtt Jlls
bm ri blil
Fame IHTUUCOUK3 Real Kitate Offlci UChamben
t New York
Co tt
THE CRESCENT
BACUELOU APARTXIENTa
108 STII AV
ONE DOOR FROM 10TI1 fiT
The dneit and mOil complete bachelor apartmentiln
thi new iloorlih llulldtnic at 138 Mb av are now ready
for anrYa Theee apartmenti have ileamheatlnr
paiueaier elevator electric belli I cae and electrie
Ilrtticin taritattndancei In fact every modern con
venience Imarlnaulo and aretlcEautlnarnolntmenu
Location the mo central Per term appivto tb ow
rI
H IIAItUil AN rMU A o
ELEGANT STOR
TO LET for a term of yttrt the Oneititoreln thli
city and mot crntrally located In the new Moorlib
Uulldln Ud 5tn av Uo ZHxIU pauenterand freUtbt
I rr sld n4 t
elevatora with I entrance and delivery ot good on luth
it mala entrance on oth av Apply to the owner
llAltPMAN PKCIvA CO
CTOBE corner Catharine and Bait I roadway tore
J corner oth av and 111110 itt bulldlner 444tiand4a
New Bowery Apply to BTHPIIENJUYUE 4U N Uowery
J t0c lttr11
CHOOTSlnr breech loa Iu W doihlVbrfe7h
u lua Urs I ft pspor lliells It I i Jc in o iL
loarteU SJ periui lovrt r flM fLJOj ho ssioi
1 < u wuiU llci uinutilete lojJInK flii O m
t L JrIC J
law free U H Mrfiam tultoii iu Urooklyn N Y
ScnouL UMItaA tot of aeoondhaad onei
wanted by P UBUliA is Warren it
tutitflJ
BEAUTIFUL teeth M WbUea IO warranted
P told mimx 51 up N Y DUTAL toO SOJ Whav
tr lIltlt o1i t
ROHA UMoiiTnTnr
0 louraddrtu IILMIV H IUIJII
ultTufti 1l
ST L01TUI CJ LLzaB 15 w W L4eJeot
0a 1to M eI llloalUI OOIlllMlo
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I tt
trOflst O It y 1t
TUB ONLY AILWATRR nOtTTKH DinSOt TO TUB
UHBAT OCBAH rlrRfl AT
COtfET IStAnB
AND LONG DBA7VCU
TOPATB TIME IBLrtm CONBT IBtANR
W FAT 3D TL N B bourly from 0 A U till
6 oiER I NEW WO I W R BaUerrpl lau Ia
lion < ioTitled rod Uourly from 090 A V till U80
1 t
nFTIIRNINCI L
inATi CONEV IIIIAAD PI BA hourly
from 11110 AM till 7140 iTM
tttI lantbou from Uontylaland land only at rler
0 IN a
IABftTORcOS7lV I8tANB AND nCTDnK BO I1BNT4
10UAVH TIME TAIMKun LO8U DBANU1L
LBA VINU
VEST IUD NT Jv n at 800 X 1C and 800
jIMKU NEW NO 1 N R at 10 A M and
11
RBTURSllCo
EAVE OOEANEriiat a WHS P M anti Oil5
M
are to Long Urancb and utllrDIITI Gonll
Tbr lut boat from odll BranehfandaonljratnerKo
Kxcunlon llek t > to Con i Iiland and Lonr Branch
old at all down track utatlont el iated rod with fr
traittr between tiouth terry and Battery plat tor ad
and IJil at paMenten
TUB TRIAT RAVE
ton tun HiinoTiOM
Ot a yacht to defend Hie Amerlraa Clip afauut the
TntlBSDAT Pf Scotch pt l0uulde yaobt TI1ISTLB couru 20 miles from
fiootlanil Urhublp
BAtUKUAV tIpL 17Trlantularonulde OOUfH from
Scotland lUk litjtuitilp IKIN 8TBAMBOAT COMTANIS
celebratatl leagolnir etenmers
SIK1UH and vre
will OYIr III
accotfrffldbM f
LcarlniWnt aid L NII and Brtdta Dock Drool
lynattioA il Ilfr newi No I N K atuIOAil
Kara ONE UOMiAK fact d r
TUB NUMniill OF lASHliNOEnS WlLI BR Mil
ITEI TO ONK HALF TUB LICENSED CAPACITY OF
TUB 8TBAMERS
Tlekete now on eal at Ih eoropanje offlcee at
w t N B and Pier new No fJl
A week of novel
tlea The laet and
mo t attractlra ot
Ibo eeawn Bar
clanu antumnul
Fallar and eoenea
of enrpaitloff bean
tr Ifirhtful Knobanunff and bewll d
ertns Attraction
Uded to and com
bloed with th
many ann I Fra
tnreeot tbe World1
Model Day tinmmer
Keiort VoltlTlr
tan and urana
Oal Dar
Cloeee after Boa
day Sept 18
TIMK TA11LK HTBAVEM LEA VB
rN Bfoot Cortlandt tR4oO IO4 AM
r li bOO rtl wh = M
lsu 2 jo a 30 p M Jewen1 whart Brooklyn 9 O
10011 1100 AM l i 343 345 fM SZd at But
Flv r X 1030 litSO AM a15 815 415 Ml
RKTIJUMND Leare Olen Iiland 1045 A t Kid t and
Her IB 1143 A U and 1343 rM for Her 13 only
looeand7oop foralllanillrijn
400 EXCUHB1ON TlUKETa 400
MANHATTAN BEACH
TRAINS VIA EAST O4TII ST
V > OO dally excett Sunday 830 10M 1120 MOO
I2SOO 1 J O rac dajrioulyl20tSOnc dayiand
bundayi only and half hourly from S oo P M to ooo
imIu40P fl
WHITEHALL ST tcrmlnui of an derated roade
Leave at 710 810 UU io10 AM and half hourly
Ironi 1110 A M to 810 and at U10 V M bundayt
uourly from 810 A M to U10 P M
Excnnlontleketaforaal at all dowatraek Itatlonl
ot Derated lUUroadi
All train eton at ftnoo Track on race daya
BitMORE < ii IKCOMPARAHIR BAND
CUSUKKTH EVERY AKTKKNUON ANI > KVBNINa
PAIKH NKI1AHTUPOI
And flreworka Last week OUmor Day Bnaday
Sept 18
YACHT
Capt Hsmnfls assisted by Mr Ernest Btapl will
run the new fait larg leagoing lilwheel steamer
B AY RIUUB to witness the race on Sept 37 and 28 aud
Oct 1
Bteamer leave each race day from
Twenty third it East Itlvir at 845 A U and
Whitehall t termlnni all I roada at W45 A M
To insure safety and comfort the number ot passen
gers h s been limited to onehalf the licensed capacity
Tickets for each day Kuo
Ticket for entire series 1000
IUncbeon extra Uotfman House caterer
The extensive yachting experience of Capt Eamneli
and Mr ktaplea under whose personal supervision tbe
boat will be run guarantee the belt aud inoilfavorable
vlewi of the racea
Tickets can be had at DR BARY Line Office 43 Warren
it Make early application owing to limited number
CONEY ISLAND
TAKE THE CTJIVK11BOUTE
WE8TBBIOHTON BEACH BRIGHTON BEACH HOTEL
AND BROOKLYN JOCKEY CLUB RACE TRACK
BOATS LEAVE WHITEHALL ST Battery termlnni
of all elevated roada hourly from 7 IO A IT to 1110 A
M and half hourly thereafter to 810 and at elo r M
KXCUKMOV TICKETS 4Oc good to return to Brook
lrnitaPro pectPcrkand Cone > Island Railroad with
out extra charge and to return to I < ew York from MAN
IIATTAN BKAGit via Bay Uldge and 84th et ferry upon
payment of dltlereuc In fare All MANHATTAN
KoUlBiTlckti ol3 ataliOowniack
stations elevated road
GREAT TRIAL YACHT RAGES
SEPT 15 AND 17 1887
TUB OCBAN HTKAMKK8
OBAND REPUBLIC OR COLUMBIA
will accompany th yaehta
MAYFLOWER AND VOLUNTEER
oypr the entire couru
Loavei We t 22d It N R N V eOd A H
Leave Weit 10th it N a N Y 013 x 2
Leavei Pier e N iCN Y loao jt H
Jewell Dook Brooklyn 043 A 11
FARK FOB THE ftOUND TRIP OSE DOLLAR7
Newburghft West Point
Crand Datly Excunlon except BundajDby th fan
and alegant Day Line fteamen
NEW YORK AXB AIBANT
From Brooklyn Fulton it by Annex BOOAM
From jew Jork Veetry et pier 84OAM
rom New York XTest Sid t pier 9ai A M
Iscnrjlonlitiwlll have three hour at Weit Point or
one hour aud threequart n at Newbnrgb rtturnmc
reach ew York oKU Hrooklin B2o P M Afln
BAND and OUOUli TJlA aflachd to each bSat
SPECIAL oo SUNDAY
100 SEPT
18th
Train leave Chamber it itatlon New York 919
A M td it ItaUou 0 A it
NEW YOKIt C091P08ER8
DAT
MANHATTAN BEACH
Exclusively devoted to the worki of
24 New York Composers
GILMQRES GREAT BAND
rpRIAK YACHT RACEH
X MAYKLOWKR VDLUSTEEB
The cleifint Iron palace nldewheel eteamer
MtliULHlCK DE BAKY
will accompany th yachti Sept li and 17 leave 23d
et liait mver d43 A M Leavi foot Wbltehall it ter
fl ° M X unD rUn
fS HHpeSl
NAVY
In accordance with t
anl urloawl In
the rl n i to relict
WILLIAU C WHITNBT
Secretary of the Navy
Th Un for r
AFFLICTED
FIFTEENYEARS
The meter the Infallible enratlv i > roprtle e
Bwlfti HpeclrTo In rtmnrlni all Impnrltlet tram the blood
nit restoring that vital principle ot lit to lu prlstin
purity
thin I
Burine
l t ai
hunfieiemplei
n
Gentlemen i K r fifteen y r I hav been afllloteil
with an obiilnat ekln dls rate In form of Wtter ring
worm barber toll fir ectema I have been irelri bjr
cromlnent phrilclani trltd tho wtun ot Hot Rprinn
> rk > uh > n < l n rliiirnt < d wllh T rion kind of IM
Mom anil local v nlleatlona wlthiot pttmaitnt r llf f
For thru motithi t n rtl ih H Ss r m < y In th
dnsto ll > inOtrtn to IT yo
ar < at liberty to u thlititlmoni in Tn wDiiri Tor
otbetnlitatyoarpltunra a WlllTBtlURfm
Tre U n on Hlo < x and fikln DlMawi tnall l fr
For utl by all drujiliti
TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO
Dr wtr a Atlanta n
liTGHELL VANCE GO
BEOEXVCK0 OAIB
Tn < complete and tltcant itock of CIUNDBLIEIU
PENDANia ntUOKETB tiAMFR FINE CLOCK
BBONZR8 MANTEL OnKAMBNTa o eonUlatd U
til wanroonu 888 and BS8 Broadway li offered for tal
at rtatly redattd price
THOB P OILBOT Recelnr
A BOOMlSlVIEM
HCWVOBK
PIANOS
1OO eleiant new upright irand piano foil aoaJ
eT ry Improvement fine ton and warranted elz ynara
Prlcti Kara to S 6O ana told on payment of 81O
per month when deilred flano rented O4 per moolk
riaaoa exehanjted
llurncc Waters Co
Hi FIFTH AY KBAR 18TH OT
BARGAINS
IN FDBNRDBE OARPXTa AND BEDDINO
Termi caih or eredlt
zrnwio HAVUANK A co
il3 AND SU 8TU AVE1 BKTWEEM 8STU AND
8BTII ST8
Spellmans Hats
PALL SnLES FIKEST QUALITY DBBBTH S3
IIUC 1IAT8 SS AKD Sa A SAVWO OF llSO TO 2
N BROADWAY FBICE 100 ANp llirABKEOW
OBNBR OF CHAHBBRa ST
CHEAT PODSTRACK TBUNX LIVE
On and after June 26 train leav
GRAND CENTRAL DBPOT
larger and Finest Fanenger Btallon in America
S A M Rochester and Montreal Express drawing
room can lo Albany Troy and Syraouao alto to Mon
treal and St Albana
U30A M the FAMOUS CUIOAOO LIMITED com
Doted exclusively of Buffet emoting car dining ear
drawing room and sleeping can tor Albany Utloa Syra
cuse Rochester Buffalo Niagara fall Erie Cleveland
and Toledo arriving Chicago > A M next day
i030A M Chicago Kxpress drawing room can 19
Blebfleld Spring Canandalgna and Rochester i
tll30 A M Western New York and Northern lix
pres with drawing room caca
a w P M Albany Troy Saratoga and Dtlca ipedal
with drawing room can to Troy aud Saratoga
4 P M Accommodation to Albany and Troy
fl P M Fan Chicago Kzpreaa with leaping can for
Niagara Kills Buffalo Suspension Bridge Toledo De
troit and Chicago Dining ear New York to Albany
He 30 P M Ait Cincinnati and at Loula Express
with sleeping can for Cleveland Cincinnati Indianapo
lis St Louis Auburn Geneva Canandnlgna Clayton
and Alexandria Day duly Paul Smith Baranac Zc
via Utlca daily except Saturday Dicing car New York
to Albany i
If iL Montreal and Adirondack Express dally
Bleeping can to Platuburgh and Montreal via Rouse
Point and via at Albana Bleepen connect dally at
Platuburgh with Chateangay Rauroad for Lak Cbaxy
Lyon Mountain Ralphs Coon Lake Saranao Paul
Smiths Ac Bleeper daily except Sunday tor Luurne1
Nertb Creek blue Mountain Lake Ac
B P M Hpeolal Sleeper arrtvee Roeheater TIO A If
Bunalo 03i A MM and Cleveland I2U5 P M nut day
Ju13 P M PaclQo Express with Iping can Tor
Rochester Bnftalo Nlagarm Falls Cleveland Toledo De
trolt and Cblcaio BleeplAf can to Clayton via Utlca
dally Saturday
axoept
UittPlL Night feipresa with sleeping can to Al
bany and Troy Connect with tb morning train for
the Weit for Saratoga Lake George nd the North x
cent Saturday nUfhtX
Tickets and epac In drawingroom aad sleeping carl
on sale at Grand Central Depot 413785 and OM Broad
way 12 Park place 7 Battery place ea Wen 135th t
and Mott Ilaren Station ISHtb sL New Fork 839 Wast
jnrton and 73O yolton it Brooklyn and 7 4th it
nuilamsburgh
vvestcotti Exprsss call for and checks
hotel and residences
TOUCBV HENRY MONETT
Uineral Hnp rlntendent General Pauenter Agenfc
PESKSITLVANIA BAHR04nt
av on and after September l l88T
URKAT TlfUNK UNB
AND UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE
Traini lear New York TU Deibroaiea aad Cortlandt
Htreeta Ferrle aafoUowii
U rrUbunr PliaburEh and th W it with Pullman
Palac Can attacEed 9 A M 7 aide PM dallrt
New York nnd Oblcaio IJmlted of Parlor Dlnlnc
Smoklnir and Bletpln VeiUbuled Can at X
avery day
WJllamiport Lock Haren 8 A M8 P Mt Corry and
Erie at 8 P M connecting at Corrr for TttuiTiUa If
troleom Centre and tbe ofl Kegtonal
For Lebanon U A M 83O P M and 1313 nlrtt
For JJlrrSwirn SDITUlt Fotlitown and RaadbK
SafefiAffaVii11 J U >
Baltlmom Waihlniton and tb South Limited Waih
innon Eipreaa of Pullmaii Parlor Can and Pennarl
TaolaRaUroad Dlnlnx Car dally except Sunday
AM arrlT Waehlntton t M and dally 840 KM
arriTaWaihlnftonaSup Mt reiular at 6218 and
j < i i A M i zTjaa and o A jTutfuof fljh
Sunday 019 and 9 A 1M 4 and 0 r M andUilS
night
For Atlantic City and Can Hay 1 P X track daya
Lowr Branch Hay Head Junction and InUrrnedlau ita
tloim TlaRahwaV andlAmboy 8lo A U noo
ft x ma 5 M On Swiday 015 A
P MldonotitonatAtbtinrrarkV
For Old Point andlforfolk yla New York Phila
connect with all tbronih
< uret
more e Q ofo A M 1 30 HUM s
and 1033 P M Bnnday eon 8Jo
U20 and 1033 P M From Phlladeleh
ajo7iOL 730 oai H3u io ii n
i aui 2 paa a J07450 SM a T
033iu93 P U andl2a < nlfht Sunda
Express trains leave Kew York via Dethrone and Cort
landt fetreeta Ferries a follow t
02UL 7aOL f
UmltedI
0 TTrt and
Uoi
1 it on Bundaye oonnwi at Trrnton for amen
Returnlor tralna leare llroad fltroct HtaUon Phlladet
Phla u 3rM 94iO 511 a 60 73o7sai a 0
I > 4U II and 1115 A 11 Limited expreei with din
Ini car H14and4 30P MX u o
r3 712 8W andaaOPfi CoB
44Ul 6la HOf U4U A
UmltedriaH u83 il and 83 P M
Uiv PbUadelphlaTiaCainUen9A M and 4OO fV
dally urept Sunday
Ticket officea ma 433 and 044 Broadway 1 Aitor
Home H Battery place and foot of Deibroeaei and Cort
anut ila 4 Courf it and lirookljn Annex Htatlon foot
T n Tftbla of Jun 27 I 7
ork foot of Mb rtr it 4 7 so
aau Tso K SUB < W
t PliUadelphla 9tn and Ore n ite7 X 8
fila a1 Bl > 1 7 > e M > 8ttnll
u 12
DBAWIKn BOOM AND HLEEriXO OARS
UKUAT UbUtTLTlUh UAT tt
lucinro
for
barntaWeb perfeeUr Wwia

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