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T THE SUN, 'JL'HLTUSUAy, JULY 2U,. 18U3. . , . B
gXCVnSlONIBTS IN A 8MAB1I.UP.
VktlrTrala neheTnrotiir.h an Open Hwtteh
Iain n Turn Tnhl.
POTT'-". Jol' 1ft Tlio excursion train car-
fjloff th Hundarvchools of Dethanr and
Tuthlehem churches of llufTnlo, on.thn Woitorn
i vjw York nnil renntrlranta' llnllrond, xrns
I vrictcd nt East Aurora At 7:45 last night.
j OsBinwns mortally injured and fifteen or
twenty otlior. old and yoiinc, mora or less
' wtloulr hurt. Aanoar as can bo learned, tho
i accident was due to caroleunos. Tho oron-
! Iwr local train from llu(Tlo to East Aurora
. I,a juat pullod Into the atatlon whero It atopi.
' Engineer Holland had taken his locomotWo to
the turn table preparatory to heading It toward
the city for tho mornlnu trip. Tho switch was
left open, a tho engtnoor Intcndqd takinc his
CDKlneouton tho main traok and back to the
siding for the night. Just beyond the turn
table la a sharp curve.&nd btyond that tho
track rlsoi In a heavy grade. Tho eiourslon
train rounded tho curro and came down the
Coelneer Ramsbury saw the danger, but It
ras too lato to stop hla train, and It piled Into
the ) It on top of the enslno alroady on the
table. Tho bascogo car and tho first two
conchas wero a compldto wreck. Women and
children were thrown undornnil ovortlio soats
and through the windows. Thon tho cars took
lire from tho onclnoa, but an nddltional horror
waa averted by tho prompt notion of thu vllluge
flro department. ...
liob iluneon. flagman of tho excursion train,
wai thrown trout tho luiUE.igo nir and ro
elvi'd a broken nrm nnil a cruahod side. l)o
splto his ooro Injuries ho aclzod his flng nnd
run up the track tu wnm a freight triiln com
ingdown the grade Honcpomnllalipd hla nur
poeo. but niter that was dono hn fell fainting
beside tho track, where ho wax found nn hour
afterward, .lack Norrls. tho fireman of tho
excursion train, was among tho Injured. Ills
heml Mtrtick a teli-sranh nolo and ho received
a antern scalp wotniil. Tho list of the seriously
Injured Is as follows:
Hurry iiauer. both If g broken. The splintered bone
broke thmtiich tbe flesh, and It was neceieary to cut
t,) a larire pltc frotn the tblfh to properly set tb
Arthur auer, ler broken and itrloui bruises and cut
Sboilt bend nnd free.
rnnny Whinner, cut about feet and lefs and other
Willie Ubituicr. her 10-year-old brother, tega badly
entitled and severe cute auout heed.
decree temueuu. cut on race end serlouily bruised.
Irtri Murrhy. cut on race. Her two children were
truloed and cut, but not seriously.
Nellie MeMet. lef cruibed and head cut. poillblj
Mrs. Itobert Hood, left badly Injured and est about
The train bearing thoo who escaped nnd
those who could bn moved reached this city
Boon after midnight.
Knglneor ltamsbury of tho o-trurslon train
nyi that whon ho eiimo around tho curve op-
Jirofii-lilnc the turn tablo ho wan unable to tell
n the duek whothor or not tho switch was
open and Itvrns dllllciilt tosoo the target. Ho
saw the engine on tho turn tnhle, but knowing
the trnln belonging to it had the right of way
only until 7:.'I5. he thought ho was all right
nnd went nhend. When within five rnr lengths
pf tho switch ho saw it w.is open aud put of the
crakes, but It was too lute.
ttUREE FREIGHT 111A1SS PILED VP.
Xbe Itenr Care or One llroko J.onae, nnd
lhf Other Trnlas HmAatied Into Tlienn
South FnAMlsamit. Mass.. July 10. A
through freight on tho lioston nnd Albany
road broko tpnrt early this morning between
Eouth Frnminghnra nnd Ashland, it ratio above
Parks Cornor. It was drawn by engine No.
HO nnd eastward bound. Tho engineer
stopped to mako connections, when another
astbound train, cnglno No. 52. enme nround
n curve just above nnd ran Into the rear of the
first train. The cabooso of No. 140 was
wrecked, engine 52 nnd its tendor badly dam
aged, and four box enrs loaded with oats and
.flat car loaded with heavy building stonn
were thrown off tho track upon tho westbound
truck, hlncklng that.
J!t the instant of tho colliding of the two
east-bound trains, a west-bound freight ran
into tho dobrl which blocked its war. Engine
1 ol this train was broken up in front.
At tho collision tho onglnoer-md llremnn of 52
jumped nnd saved their llvos. th fireman only
cutting his loft hand and arm. Tho conductor
of this train had a null driven into his left
knee-pnn. Ircaking It. The conductor and n
prakeman of HI wore knocked senseless by
the force or tho collision.
The damage to tho rolling stock will ag
gregate upward of S'JO.OOO. Wreckers got the
western track clear ut 7 A. 31., so that trains
Were not badlr delayed.
a carij: an: jumvh urn-track.
The Grip-nun Family Injured and Svrl
Iiiainc.-r Scrlonaly Hurt.
Cincinnati. July 10. An open cable car on
the Walnut Hills lino coming down Gilbert av
enue this morning jumped tho hack. Tho
grlpman. John Dietrich, wus thrown to tho
ground and fatally Injured. Si-vernl passenger-,
wero hurt, tho most seriously injured
being: Mrs. Urimm of Ivanhoo. head cut:
Wary Kpping of lllnlravenue. cut over left eye:
-Pay Hunt or. Kt Morris sttoet. head and limbs
Jut nnd bruised: Lily Hunter, aged 20, VJ
lorrls streot, shoulder dislocated.
UIVSUHD VXD.'-.R PRISON SI ONES.
tVorkmrn were Iiitt;iv: In Hleel Celts' when
n Flnor Gave Wur.
Lexington. Ky.. July 10. John Irsklne,
White, nnd Davo Williams, colorod. were re
moving largo stones this nftornoon from tho
eellsof tho 1'ayettncounty jail with a derrick
which was on tho second floor of tho building.
The floor gave way. 'J he derrick and men fell
through. The men wero taken out 'crushed
nearly to death, nnd will dlo.
tour negroes wore on tlw derrick, but saved
themeelvei. hy jumping, lien I'ruden and Ike
bc-hoolf-r wore seriously I mured.
The prison Is h.tdly disabled, and it Is feared
the Prisoners will have to be removed. The
ijlliinow, but wiihso badly constructed that
It would not hold prlioners. ami tho injured
workmen wero putting in steel colls to mako
Sir. Runk'a Fnll from Hla Horee.
Chnrles Itunk. a mnnufacturerer of wall
paper, who lives at lfiotli street and St. Nicho
las place, was thrown from his hon-e at 155th
street and t-'t. Nicholas avenue on Sunday.
Jh pavoimint at this crossing was recently
reiaio. llio rain undermined a spneo of about
juurloet. leaving the atones arched over it huN
ion ti feet drop. Tins arch gave way under
tlie weight of tlin horse, and pitched him Tor
wbiiI. i ha sudden lurch throw Mr. Itunk uud
wieneheU Ihe tendons of bib right arm so
eu-rciy ns tu make it temporarily useless.
lie says ho will sue tho city tor the pain and
Mnuiunce thu dofevtlvo pavement cost him.
A I'edralriuo Killed by n Train.
Omaha, July 10.-W. U Oakley of Now York.
walking frura 8an Francisco to Now York on a
wager, was killed by a Union raclflo train a
J?.w ,m'l,,1J west of hore yesterday aftornnon.
uakiey was Identified uy papers on his person,
lie was endeavoring to muko tho trip without
'lobneto Crop Kulned-I.oaa, 100,000.
HARTyonp. July lO.-The storm, accompanied
with hall, which passod over this city last
evening, made terrible Havoc with the tobacco
jrpplntliotown of KastHartlord. the largest
tobueco-growlpg district In tho Connecticut
Ulley. Tjie tot.d loss will excoed ilOO.OOU.
auid may bo much greater.
Indlun Woldl-r DlemUaed ihe rierrloe.
GuTnnijr U. T.. July 10.-By special order of
the War Department all the Indians enlisted
J ao'diors nt Fort Jleno have been dismissed
, rom the service.
Tf ii--- i-irrrteieieii
Whether quaffed rSgwiJljpK :
: from a vessel of $1 if M :
; tin, glass or gold; R jt'jtr :
There'anothingso tJL '-j4t ;
; good for the young --'-
: -fflc or the old as
A delicious, health- ffivfcS, i
: giving, thirst-satis- InTOr ;
fying beverage. AMUlJiliJJ :
; temperance drink for j$j$
: temperance people. TZJaJat
; Sold and Enjoyed Everywhere.
JlABOIt, KX1FK, AKD ItOVE.
Mrs.UoaeeifTnt the Uother of Clare Chtl.
drea-UnUta ltnnEd Illmarir DelltTae.
rulln iloscrl' 45 year old. the wife ut
Bernard Moses, a tailor, living at 8 Hamilton
streot, committed sulcldo yesterday morning
by cutting her throat with a razor. A year ago
Mrs. Moses' began to act uuoerly, and Inst Jan
uary she.wns sent to the Insano Asylnmon
Ward's Island. On Tuesday she wna sent
homo as curod.
Early yesterday morning Mrs. Moses pre
parod th'e breakfast for her family, which con
slstod of her, husbnnd nnd eleven chlldron.
About 10 o'clock tho eldest daughter, Em mru
left her mother alone In the front room. The
girl had scarcely been gono flvo minutes when'
sho heard a groan, followod by a heavy fall.
Hushing Into tho front room, she saw her
mothor lying upon tho floor In a pool of blood.
A bloody razor wns found In a conl bucket
near by. Mrs. Moses died In a few minutes.
Tho sulcldo created much excitement In tho
neighborhood, nnd a Inrge crowd stood on tho
sldownlk in (ront of tho houso for hours after
ward. , James Martin, a labnror, hanged hlmsolfln
his cell nt llellovuu Hospital. Ho was suffer
ing fiom dollrlnm tromens. and was cnnllned
in a sepurato cell, strapped to his oot. At 4 A.
M. jcst( relay an orderly saw Martin's body
(landing from tho window bars. A doctor said
that thn man had boon dead for more than nn
hour. Mattiu had broken tho strnps which
bound him to tho cot, and, fnstenlng una about
his neck nnd tho other end to tho window bar,
had rolled off tho cot and slowly strangled to
death. His homo was at 7111 Hotontlt avenue.
Charles Hchlndler. u (lormitn butcher, left
his homo at 2,ui.i Hocnnd nvenuo at il o'clock
yesterday morning, telling his wife that ho was
going to market. About ) o'clock 0110 of tho
occupant of the house, who went down Into
tho cellar, htumt-led over tho hutchor's dead
body. Near him lay a bloody knlfo. andthoro
was an ugly gush In his throat.
100 mr.T 2 0 1118 DEATH.
ITIlltara lTllaon, In at Fit ot Despondency,
Jritpa From n Cliff at PmhshIc Fnlla.
Fatkilsox, July 10. William Wilson leaped
to his death from tho high cliff at tho Fassato
Falls at noon to-day. Ho was the head black
smith In the shop connected with tho Phoenix
Ilk mill, nnd was 50 years old. Two weeks
ago ho began to hnvo tfpells of despondency.
Boon after 11 o'clock this morning lio began to
wandor aimlessly about In the shop. A low
minutes boforo 12 o'clock ho stroked his 10-year-old
son's hnlr and handed htm his watch,
with Instructions that hn should glvo It to his
mother. Ho then walked out In tho direction
of the 1'nssafc lth or. In tho rear ot the mill,
flls assistants. Garrison nnd ltynn. noticed
that ho was In nn unusual stato of mind, nnd
when they saw him going toward tho river
thuy concluded ho Intended to drown himself.
They walkod stealthily bohlnd him until
they saw him seeking a shallow place In tho
stroam. Wilson waded througn tho rlvor tn a
stonewall a short distance iibmn tho mill,
climbed to tho top ot tho wall, and then ran to
a ravlno that leads to tho Cottage-on-tho-CltfT.
(Inrrlson nnd ltynn then crossed tho
rivor at the same point, but remained nt thn
bae of the clllT. gazing upward, trying to got
n glimpse of YWlHon.
They soon saw him crouching nmnng soma
buxhes on tho top of tho cliff noar the soldiers'
monument. Almost before thoyhad time to
call out to him. he screamed out ut the top of
his voice, throw up his hands, and plunged
headlong down tho perpendicular height of
100 feet. His head struck against a sharp
About two dozen porsons saw him fall, among
them hlo little son. Wilson was struggling to
pay oft a small debt on a oottago in tho sec
ond ward, and ho frequently complained of
his hard lot.
AIOT A Wt.SIAlt, KILLED HIMSELF.
JL ClKnrntaker YVounde) Ilia Former Wife's
nlsier Delore lie Itlon-a Hla llralna Oak
Indianapolis, July 10. Lopez Mumaugh, a
worthless and dissolute cigarmakor. shot his
divorocd wlfo's sister, Mary Wlnsch. and then
blew nut his own brains, at 7 o'clock last even
ing. Mumaugh has always been cruol to his
family, and was In tho habit of whipping his
wife whonovor he got drunk, which happened
frequently, Sho endured his abuse for over
eighteen years, until, driven to despair, she
secured a divorco last fall. While the casowas
pending In Judge Harper's court. Mumaugh
went to his wlro a house nnd attempted to
kill her by choking hor. Ho was ' pro
vented from currying out his design
and his wlfo secured tho divorce and sworo
out a warrant for his arrost. Slnco that ho
threatened it she did not rjunsh thu warrant
ho would mako trouble for her. lie also said
that he "had It in lor Miss Wlnsch" for per
suading his wlfo to apply for tho dhoree.
Last night ho got drunk and went to tho
house, and, admittance tm'ng refused, ho drew
his revolvor and shot Mlss Wlnach, the ball
entering below tho right shoulder, making a
painful but not necessarily fatal wound. Ho
thon tdjeed the pistol to his temple and sent
a bullet through his own brain.
llelrnaed from JPrlaon, bat Cut III Throttf.
New Oklkans. July 10. Denny Corcoran,
recently shot by August Albert, was pro
nounced out of danger yesterday, and Albert
was loleased on bond. This morning Albert
out his throat and will probably die.
Shot the Slrl IVlio Wouldn't Wed Him.
Uattoon, IIL, July la Mall Carrier Charles
Miller nt 10 o'clock, last night went to the resi
dence of Miss May Mack to prevail upon hU
sweetheart to revoke her decision to discard
him. This she refusod to do, nnd Mitlorwalked
out ton side window through which ho fired
two shots from a revolver, fatally wounding
thn young womnn. Miller then llred three bul
lets into Ills own body, and Undine that death
was not likely h ensue, threw himself into a
pond, where tils body was found this morning.
gttlts Against 4A Insurance Companies.
LiNtnut, Neb., July 10. Suits will bo Insti
tuted shortly by Buckstatf Bros, ot this city to
shut ont from doing business in Nebraska
somo forty-flvo Insurance companies on the
ground that they have formed n trust to main
tain Inequitable and exorbitant rates, to avoid
compllanco with the Valued Policy law. and to
stand by one another In refusing full payments
of losses In cases where, by technii-ul uvoid
ance. they can do so.
Shut'doiin lit the Amoekeng Mills.
Manchertkb. N. H.. July 10. Notices were
posted in the Jefferson nnd Namasko bag mills
yesterday to tho effect that those mills will bo
closed from now until Aug. 1. This movo was
taken on account of the low wator at present
In tho river. When tho Amoskeag mills close
down Aug. 1 theso mills, which are owned by
tho samo corporation, will resume, so that at
notlmo will all the Amoskeag mills be closed
at the same time.
Victory for Nlagnra Fnlla naekmen,
Niagara Falls, July 1ft This afternoon tho
papers In the injunction secured by tho Brown
Coach Company wero servod, and the gates of
tho New York Central depot yards wero thrown
open to the outside haekmen. Eleven outsldo
carriages enterod. nnd for the first time in
years tho voices of outsldo haekmen sounded
out loudly In tho ears of the Central'a pnssen
iters fiom the depot ynrd. Matlon Mnster
Donoliue and District Attorney King are on
the ground, the latter backing the outsldo
lose Corrclro Must lie. Itc.lndletrd,
Nkw BEDFonn, July 10, .Tos5 Corretro was to
have been arraigned In the Superior Court to
day for tho murdar of Bertha Manchester on
May .'!() last. Counsel for tho prisoner entered a
plea of misnomor, doclarlng that the prisoner
is Josil do Mello, and not JosiS Corrolro, Correa
as stated In the indictment, nnd praying that
thu Indictment bo quashed and abated. The
idea was accented, and another session ottho
Grand Jury will be held.
A Town Celebrates II lOOIh AnnlTeraary.
ItANDOt-ni. Mass.. July lO.-The 100th anni
versary of tho Incorporation ot this town wns
observed to-'day hy decorations, the booming
of cannot;. athletlo sports, children'sentertaln
tnents, and a procohalon escorting prominent
eltlr.rns nnd invited guests to the tent wheru
jltoinry oxerelses wore held, Llout.-Uov.
Woicott was ono of the speakers.
Court Calendar Thle llatr.
Straiaa roust 1sjl Tim.-Reeeei continued.
Caexiea,-Motlon calendar called at 11 o'clock. Irs
ciil Taas Parte 1. and II. Adjourned for tbe term.
Ciacurr Covst. Varla L, II., IIL, and IV.-AdJoorned
tor tlte term . ...
SLauouiia'e Conar Oiiiaiiae Relate ef Itlchard D,
Hall and Jaroei D. Kcelejf, 10. SO A, U. Kor probate
Willi of Ann II. Stone, Mary Paly. Julia rabrer, Jlantel
H, Mrrrter, Mary V. ilaiinet, Laara I'. Newlon, Abrain
V. Mamiee. and Catharine aoallr. 10:80 A. M.
Oeaaoa fLiie 'iixtmi. 1a Adlosraed until Aoe.
9. miiw. , k. Motions. TauL Iiaa. Fana t, II.
and III. Adjonrned for the term.
Hi'rmioa Count prtiuu Iran. Weinberg ait. Weln
bor aiidmntinne. lent. Tib. Parts I., IL, aud ill.
Adjourned for the term.
Cur il"i'ST faratio Taaa Motlfina. Taut. Tis.
l'arte I., II., III., and IV. Adjourned, for lbs terra.
"Whon ordering Johann.8, ''Tho King of Natural Tablo
Waters," to oxamino tho labol nnd seo that tho cork is stamped
"Johnnnts livunncn ZoUhnua'NaBsnv." Tho genuino label has
"Johnnnts" diagonally across in rod letters on white ground,
- thoelottoring above and bolow being whito on black ground.
ACCEPT HO OTHER WATER A3 A SUBSTITUTE.
PAlMCtC iril.lLKK'H OOAT
The Indirect Cnue or Terenn Cntttnp; Mrs.
Holmes llefom a riirchnaer Wee Found.
A vonerablo gnat that has been In tho family
of Tntrlck Whnlon nobody knows how long
was the Indirect cnusn ot tho blggost kind of a
row on Baturdny. Tho Whalons llvo at 800
Amsterdam avenue and tho goat llvod besldo
thorn In tho llttlo garden when nt home, but
was goncrnlly abroad In tho neighbor's gardon.
Mrs. Whnlon died rocently, and her daugh
ter Kato could not soo tho use of keeping tho
goat In tho family, so she hltehod a rope
about Its neck and towod ltdowntotherosl
doncoof Mrs. Annlo Holmes, at 112th street
nnd tho Boulovnrd. whoro sho loft It on sale.
William SchalT kocps a saloon noar by and
hates goats. Ho does his wife, who Is an Ital
ian, and is nnuied Teresa. r
Whalen dropped Intothe saloon ono day last
week, and tho admits told him where to find
1 " ftwns tho prido of my wlfo's hoart and I'll
take It home. ' he said, and homo the goat
Tho next day Kato towed the goat away
again, nnd lolt it with .Mrs. iinimos. iurs.
Holmes took It to her neighbor. Mrs. Frar.er,
and was nn her way homo with her daughter.
Anns, when they saw the Italian matron
standing In the doorway ottho saloon.
"If there's anything 1 hnto worso than a
goat It's a pair of goat thlovesl Teresa
shouted. . ... i ii
" Whatovor wo do wo don t kcop a gambling
don." Mis. Holmes lolorted! whereupon It
resa rushed to tho combat, and In a moment
tho threo women wero rolling over and over,
pulling ono another's lmlr.
Mrs. Ilolmos shouted for reinforcements,
nnd hordnughtor.Mlnnlo responded, things
looked bad tor Torosa whon she added a knlfo
to tho Implements of war and cut a gash in
Mrs. Holmes's left arm. Then her (lorman
husband rnn nut nnd. throwing his wife s as
sailants aside, dragged Teresa Into the house,
and the light was ovur.
Mrs. Holmes had Teresa arrested on a
warrant yesterdnv. Teresa pleaded .felf-ue.
fenso at tho Hailera l'olleo Court, and the fight
soemed so genernl an encountor thatJustlco
foltucr discharged her.
Meantime Mrs. Vraror found a customer for
tho goat ami tho bono ot contention has been
rotnoved from tho neighborhood.
A BA1TLV WITH TRAMPS.
One Man Killed nnd Two Mnrtnlly Wounded
In ii I'lgbt In Indlunn,
CiitcAoo. July 1ft Two men wore mortally
wounded and ono Instantly killod in a battle
bclweon tramps and cltb.ons nenr Bhelllold,
Ind on Monday night. Tho dead man Is
known as Al Jennings, alias "ilutch" of To
ledo, shot through tho heart.
Tho mortally wounded aro Jack Gallagher,
Allontnwn. I'a.. shot through tho body at tho
base of tho spine: Ooorgo Dorch, VUlngo of
Whiting, driver for South Chicago Iirowlng
Company, shot through abdomen anil groin.
The tramps, nino in number, led by Jack
(lnl)ni,lior ,, nnn.nriHMil itv.i-ntivtet. nltaekon u.
cabin occupied by a llshennnn named William
Tims, who was sheltering a huntsman. Wil
liam Purdy. with whom Gallagher had been
fighting. In tho cabin was Tlms's dntightor.
Mrs. tmll Ktolloy. who hnd given birth to an
Infant only nn hour before. Hor husband and
George Dorch wero nlso within.
Tho battle was a hot ono vthtlo It 1 noted, but
the tramps' ammunition was limited, and
when it wa exhausted thoy wore quickly
routed. I'urdy. after thn mdlee, guarded Gal
lagher from neighbor bent on it lynching, ljy
the nccldent;f, ilclmrgenf a shotgun In tho
crowd or peoplo that gathered later. Deputy
Sheriff tlllott of Crown 1'oliit. Ind.. was
wounded In the rait ot the leg. Martin Don
ald, a hiintsmnn, In tho loft arm. and Frank
Zchnftsky. n woodman. In the loft leg. The
seeno of tho battle Is an isolated place In tho
swampy region near tho Indiana-Illinois Htate
line at the head of Lako Michigan.
l:OLlCEMA UASLON JIKVHI3IAXDED.
Ill Swore lie Arrested n Womnn 'Who Wnn
Ranllr Arrratrd by Another Policeman.
Policeman John Uanlon of tho Mercor street
station arraigned Tesslo Minor before Justico
Hogan lit tho Jefforson Market Police Court
yestorday, and charged her with accosting
men in tho streets. Hanlnn sworn that ho saw
tho woman accost several men bofore ho ar
"Why. he novor arrostod me at all." ex
claimed the woman. "I never laid eyes on
him liofore. A policeman named Mallon ar
Hanlon admitted that Mallon arrested bor.
"And you have como here and deliberately
sworn that you arrested tbe girl, when you did
no such thing t" demanded Justico liocnn.
"Hut I saw her accost men and reported the
casu to the station house." returned llnnlon.
"Oil. you did. oh f" said the Justice. "Do
you always have to go to the station house and
report violations of tho law boforo making ar
rests? Now. sea hore. you just go nnd study
up the police rules, and never again bring any
ono else's prisoners to court."
Then ho discharged the woman.
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Pension Frauds In New Mexico.
WAsnixtiTON. July 1ft The Pension Bureau
haa had roason to suspoct for some time the
existence of crooked dealing In Now Mexico,
and instituted an investigation. About tho
flrst result was the arrest ot a pension attor
ney at tiocorro of tho name of Mnreellno.
charged frith forgery of evidence. Ho pleaded
guilty, wns tried at once, and has been sen
tenced to soven years' imprisonment in the
pcnltontlnry. I tin not known yet how exten
sive Marcellno's fraudulent operations were,
but about HUO cases of his are undor examina
tion. Tho total number ot pensioners droppod
from tho rolls slnco March 4, letU3. was V4
and thn total numhar of pensioners suspended
since March 4, pending a lurther Investigation
of 'their cases, wus 5,w.
New Fourth Clasn Poalmnatcra.
Washington, July 10. The totnl number of
fourth class Postmasters appointed to-day wan
127. of which thirty-six wore to fill vacancies
caused by resignations nnd deaths. The num
ber of removals wns ninety-one. Among the
appointments wero the following:
Connecticut G, P. Clark. Eait (Iranby; J, F, Bennett,
North Honlljjftoni H II. Pratt, haybrouk.
New York Albert llehne. Chum lain; r. K. Steele,
Garri'tlatllle; P. J. (Jsiman. (Jraity 1'olnt: J. G. EarL
llltlilaud Mill: r V. hdiulnner, i.lile: U. II. smitb.
Maine: r. n. tuttle. I'ooirllle; J. n. Keen, nicard: :.
I- inch. iuohfira: w. r iieminck. melinite; k. d.
Sniia. Jtork Itlff, llenrrBraa. Talorllle; G. II. Pierce,
Wadhaine Mllit: I'lilurtue GiMereleeve, Wantaabt
Solomon rblllliie. Watervllet Centre; M. L. Joyner.
White sulphur tWInse.
.Ner Jereey fl. P. Matebury. Imlaretnwn; P. J.
PoUn, OKdenebursli; Theodore Allen, reapaik.
Appolntmenfn by ihe Governor.
Albany, July lft Got. Flower to-day ap
pointed Dr. Florenoo O'Donohue of Syracuse
a member of the State Hoard of Health, in place
of Dr. Whltbeck of Itochester. who recently re
signed. Ho nlso appointed James Purcell of
Valutle a member of tho Hoard of Manngers of
the House of Hefugo for Women at Hudson. In
place of Sumuel It. ltalney. whose term ot oftlco
Gov. Flower left for Wntertown at a o'clook
this afternoon, whero ho will remain until next
Amiant, July 10, Theso companies wore In
The American Flair Company, tn minoTarture flare
andbannerent eeery deicrinUon and variety of mate,
rial In hetr Verk city. Capital. soo.(ax). Plreciore,
i.'liarlee Uottheir. Herman (lotihilf. Krederlrk A. Grott,
auu lluuii F. crumbacli or New Ycrk. city.
Tlie Columbia Grain Drylnjr t'oionany, to dry wet
brewere and other sralne In enr York city, canlinl
f 6O.HO0. Plreciore. J. Noble lla n. Charlee II. Murray,
ad Jamee W, l'r)orrNew York cliy.
Mrs. E, .1. flowell, Medford, Mass., sa)s her
mother has licsiif uredof Hcrofula by the lit oof
(our bottles of KtfSjTSi after having had
much other tro VruTCKS atment.andbelnr
reduced to qui U einTaWtW M a Jow condition
of health, as It was thought sho could not live.
5aasej Cured my little Iwy of hereditary
lefifni Scrofula, which appeared all over
IB ili i'tifM hij fce. For a j car 1 hail given
up all hope of his recover?', when finally I was
Induced to use TCVSKM A few bottle
curod him, and BalgaytfajJl no svmptomsoX
the disease romaiu. Mas. T. I,. Math Ens,
Otu book en Blee 1 end 1-ln Ileaif t nietled free.
bwirT Sraciric Co., AUeau, Ca.
VICTIM OF A PACKIXO COUPANT.
JInrd Fnte or n Mien M ho Ala av Pla's Foot
that Illrin't Melons lo Illln.
Ciiioaoo, July 10. Matthew Manskl was re
lonsod from jail yesterday attor nearly n
month's Imprisonment on a charge othalng
stolen less than I'i cents' worth of plcklod
pigs' feet from the Nelson Mortis Packing
Company nt tho stock yards. When Manskl
wna arrostod he llvod with his two children nt
21)1 Lock stroot, but when ho was released Ills
wife, who was an Invalid, had heroine Insane
and hnd been takon to tho asylum ut JolTernon.
Ills chlldron wore he knew lint where. Manskl
was released by tho Grand .lury.whlch refused
to take cognizance of tho charge of larceny
preferred by the packing company.
A month ago he was employed hy tho com
pany ns a laboror In tho packing house. Tho
day he wns arrested he was sent up stairs to
the packing room, lio picked up a plocoot
Pig's foot and nto it, and for this lio was
"I was hungry, ho said, and almost uncon
sciously picked up thoploooof moat and took
a bite. Thon I was arrested."
The report of on analysis ot a sample ot
Croton water roado to tho Health Hoard yos
tordav by Chemist Martin shows that nltrltea
hnve again appeared In the wator. Tho Hoard
received a communication from the Commis
sioner of I'ubllo W orks. saying that ho had or
dered all the fire hydrants blown oft In places
whoro tho water was roported bad.
Gorham Solid Silver.
To facilitate the selection of
an anniversary or wedding gift,
the Gorham Mfg. Co. suggests
an examination of its extensive
collection of Solid Silverware.
Something appropriate is cer
tain to be found in the great
variety of Fancy Articles, Nov
elties, Table Ware. Leather
Goods, Toilet Ware, and Pres
Gorham M'F'g Co.
Broadway akd 19th Stbeet.
HTATK OK MlNM.hOTA,
fiPFlUK OK rilK !
RAILROAD AND .VARhHOl'M. COMMISSION, f
R a I.ST l'Al'l,.Jnt 1. 1M: I
THK RAILROAD AND WAKhllOCMS COMMISSION
or MINNKhUTA Jnrite tea ltd t.i.ia for the con
struction of Mate hlevator of r.oo,MM itttihel ca
parity on ht. LoqIj Hay at Dniutl' l'tan, peciflca
tloni. Ac, can be ren at our offlco. liids 111 ha opened
Auir. 2, at 1U A. M Kach bdl mutt he nccompanieit by
a ilfponit in uitiy of tan tUtuaii itollum. or a cent
Hd check tn atd amount, a g-uarantr or reipunnibil
lly aoil gtxwl faltn.
The cotntnlttlon reterre tbe rlfht to reject any and
Attest! WK V. Lint; KTT.)
A. KaTfilKBERO. OF.O. U HKCKKH. CommlnlontM.
BecMtary. IIIA. It. MILLS, S
Nl TICS nallmateit farftirntnlilnfrnawet vellowplne
limber. unIr contract 40t( mil tie rtct'i.eU by the
Denariment of Dotk, rler A. lUtlery j-Uce. until 1
o'clcck P. W. of Thnriday, Aug. a, liu Kor full par
ticular ieo tli City KecorJ. Copieu lor tale at '2
I.I DR. SMITH. 134 KAST IBTtTsT.. nrAr.11
ar. station; private Utsravet, both irxri: 40 years;
blood, akin, meet, stricture. Matlder. kMneyi. heart.
lUDfS 'my metbodj, only vne kiiott n thai cures nervous
debility, weaknefts. lost matihooJ. jouthrul error, btd
dieaniat, tarliocelo, weak, stirunketi urtfani, impeJt
menls totnarrlaice; rami y are deceived by )ounir nteu
advertising at i i tloetnr. more ) ears in practice than
they nre ars old. avoid medk'tt uKencts, roiupn
met. Institutes, electricity bjlt humbuif1. dipchartfoi
topped at once; advlco free, churctt for niedicinoi
only; no pay until cured
A'lTkS'TlON: L,I) IMC. iKi:,
55 years a sptctalist In diseases of men only. Ulcers,
discharges, ftlett. strictures, hore tbrnut, nuse. inoiitti
and tongue, sore head and ietrs, blood skin, kidney,
bladder, Ac. Old Dr. dray's irentment positively cures
organic weakness, nervous dehtlity, errors of jouth,
bad dreams, lost manhood, aiimnken orirans. liupedl
in tn tit to marriage. Quickest ttttrinanent cure mi a ran
tted In all diseases. Uitlee over 2',i jeamat 120 Last
lTtli St.. near Union square. Hours iot Sundays U
to 3.Mtott. Ills charges are the lowest- Advice free,
ho cure no pay, and no pay until cured
attevtionolw iir. unrxni.K
Gradunte University City nf Stn nrk (Medical Depart
Uientj; a& yrars specialist in diseases of men only;
ores, ulcers, skin, blood, discharges, gleet, stricture,
ktdner. bladdsr; positive cure tor nervous debility,
impediments to inarrlatfe, crrnnlc weakness Dr
iKI.SDLh ffuAranteesa qulcr, permanent cure in all
diseases peculiar to men. (Hiiro orr 12 ears at 171
Wetl 12th st,, between nth ami 7th us ; lowest charges;
ad.Kefrae, Hours. U to U; Sundays. D to 4,0 to 8. Na
charge unien cured
A A. LADlhh consult lr Vanrnd. th reliable
speclaiiM. on all subJectN of a prU.ite or dellcato
nature: nerfert satisfaction aud sutety ruarantced.
1T54 Weil ttli st
Cl'ITINO AM) HOUNDS don't euro strict
tures and tnen' diseases, but causo dUetine of the
Srostate, bladder, and ktdner. Dr. III. ATI! 104 fast
Uthst.. New York, lias cured them 42 3 cars with pain
less tnedtelne after the suflerer had been cut i'O times,
tortured wjtb sounds, and left with tirlght's dlseast.
Services 10 A. M. to U I'. M. and unday foienoon.
LADIKn Outckest, surest relief. Dlt. MMMh' I'enny
royal l'llis. $1: call or address: railum lmponslble;
prnate female diseases. Ac, Irregularities treated;
absolute safety: lady attendant, prhato lnunednrin(C
coutlueiiieiit; advice free; moderate, IMIant.'HHbst
LADIEH. Ohlcbesler'sKntilsh Teunyroral nils (Dia
mond brand) ars the best; safe, reliable; take no
ether; send 4c. (stamps) for imrilcuUrs, "Relief for
Ladles.' in letter by return mail; at druggists'.
CtllCllfc.Vlr.Ii CIIKMICAL CO. I'hiladelpMa, Fa,
LADIKH consult Dr. Leiden Cm e,i'rofessor of Mid
wifery. since IBfji. otllce 2t7 Vest4iHhst.
MRR. LANDAU, the most successful eipert in fe
male complaints and irregularities; long experl
ence. 1S West iMUIi st
VALPEAU'fl female pills and suppositories prevent
and cure all femaie complaints and Irregular.
ties. Offlce, 282 West 34thsf
1 KVX K KM N KHM
Or tbe I.lquor llublt 1'oaliivrlr Cnrad by
AdMlulMferlnff Air. Ilstlora'a
It can be clven in a cup of roDeeorteaor Jnfood
without the knowledve or the patient, it Is absolutely
Harmless and will eltect n permanent and speedy cure,
whether (be patient Is a moderate drinker or an alco
holic wreck. It bas been ftn en 111 thousands or rasos,
and in eery Instance a perfect cure has followed It
never latU. The system once Impregnated with tbe
Jspecinc, It becomes an utter Impossibility for the
liquor appetite to exist
UOLDLN Sl'ECIFIO CO.. Trop's. Cincinnati.
48-patf book of particulars free. To be bad of
Alex, lludnut, 2 j a Hrnadway
Weltsman Muellenbach, U Bible House
Long Acre Pharmacy, Hroadway and 43d sL
it. lludnut, fttn Hroadway.
"rates FOR ADVERTISING at
THE FOLLOWING OFFICES WILL
BE THE SAME AS THOSE
CHARGED AT THE MAIN
NEW YORK CITY.
(1,205 nilOADWAV. NEAR BSD 8T.
Cop? leeelred onttl 11 T. M.
80 JJa.t K'Cth et.
Cupy reeelred until 0 P, H.
ALT. AVtrntCAK DI6TJUCT UE88BNQER orflCKS.
Pnttl 8 f. Id.
IWOOKIVW ADVIIItTISINII AfiENCT, 807 TULTOR
ST., opposite City Jlall ana Court llooe.
EANTKItN JJlSTItlOr ADVERTJ8INU BDREAIT, 1S3
LONO ISLAND CITY. L. I.
IJOnpBK AT., fi (Telephone Call. 00 GretnpolntX
JOUK W. DAYftSH.
HOBOKEN. N. U
WABUIHOTOlf ST.. 410. OTTO U BKlTMBrER.
PATCIIODUE, U I.
JAUKS OAHriELD, OKItAlU) BUILDINO.
WABnlMOTON BT..26U. WALCOTT It BUBOETT.
114 DBAI1B0BN BT,J. U. TOlNO.
e flkfajjs . SftrtliemcBti.
ROOMS IH HOTELS OR.PAIVATE HOUSES
AtROo. tol Stnatrcomi Moeeilbla to World'e fairs
walklflf dtitatiea tf deilreJ) can accommodate any and
alt) Baea tbe beit ot hoteli down town fron Bitot
Ser day, r'catt rent furrilsned tioni. or flat tori to
monlbi from 7ft to lliwp.r moutii. Addteie
K It. BLLKITT CO..
Boom 1 Inter-Ufean bulldlne. !d floor.
THE GREAT EASTERN.
ThaJanfMt hWH in the wnrlrt l.iou rooms: bat a
stories bit hi on rtoth st.ahd M Lawrence ar,. Unlock
from Midway l'1l-nce entrance World'e Fair: $1..riO
per person. Kuroneani til, Atnertenn: unequalled by
any iiotel in rhlcairo, or for itnmtner retort; cabie and
telegraphic nddrei'S, Urcat Eastern
THE THOMAS HOTELS
WITH 8T. AMI) IAI)IM.S AV, ClltCAIiO.
Fireproofi oppmita Wotld'n Fair entrance; ratea,
f 1 Ml to 3 per day. Urit-clan rare In buiMIni: nieale
tirealtatt, Uci dinner, rc. irparnciilareaiiilreM
JOHN R THOMAS. ITimrletnr.
Bl'.I.t. IIOfHi;. (ijreeby av. nnd l'.:d et.. Chtcaen, 3
biocke wcKtnt I2d et, Exiiitlon entrance: ratei
reatonabla. Addre hUHIN lll'.LU Jr., Pmn.
IITEI. -AltANAC, ll.(aj Mile av , Chicago -Klevanl
none etrnclurei ten inlnntee walk tn hxpoiltlnn
etitranoet rootne 91 find npt bathe tn each eulte: epe
clalraleltiiclubl.. . IIIDK A HAl.tSIIUflV. Prnpe.
MANCIlM.Tl!l IIOTKU 0.017 to (1.043 Hnt worth
nv I'blcara Capaoltr, 400; etrurture new and
perinanenti delightful location, nnlr ten mlnutea from
world', fair. Ilatee 1 and 12 penlar.
dkmic noosi IN ntomi; on i.kahi:
Tn rent tn New .Yore nt) : open until 11 o'clook at
nlnht. i.aoa Broadway, near 82d it.
A -AVCTIO.V BAI.BS,
JA.UE3 r. kilo, AUOTioNnr.rt,
43 LIIlEttTV ST.
ON mlOAT AK'D BATt;nDAY. EACH DAT AT 11
OF TUB OBCF.BBATP.D WllKF.I.S tMIICII WE HAVE
BEEN BBLLI.NO rOll Till'. PAST TltttKE WBEKSL
IF TOU WANT A WnUEI. THIS IS rOSITtVET.Y TnB
LA8T OTrOBTCNITY YOU Wlt.t. HAVE TO OI'.T ONE
at any raicn YOU iiavi: A- MIND TO cive FOB IT.
gJiijSitu CUnnce?. rd
NOBTItrORT. Li I. Slorenml liakerr: BO barrel a
weekjcheep. J. . I.KWIS 2r. fhainliere et.
'io hknt'ox i.kak.
PHkrenm In etnre: open until 11 o'clock at nlffht.
1.2UG Broadwar, near 32d "
A llARROOM (JL'THT. eecond band, at bait price.
1,V)B8Ar.n-i&n Pneumatic Tired Siifety (brand new)
! I'HBAP roil C-AHlf.
Boom IB, 21 and Ti Centre t., .New lork city.
LEXIXOTOX AV.. 1.711. near 111th et -Larue and
email ronme, nicely furnlibed. with or without
board; ever)' convenience.
'ill AVF.BLEY rLACETTot. 8lnslo an.l double room..
e with linitrd newly rurnUhcd; centrally located.
facing Magliington eqoare.
4TII AV.. 10234 yeara eetabllehed; mechanic'
boariiluv bouee: cool, airy roome: ladiee, S3.&0;
seme, S4 lo Zi weekly.
1 fkTlt KT D4 EAST. pieaeant double and elmla
IVf rooin; yood board; eiry convenience: table
MTU HTH 21H EAST. I.ariro and email roome, nicely
fjrnleheil; every cijuenience. with or wlibout
board, eiimmcr prlcee.
JOTM-sfT. 12 HAST. Ilariiliiome eecond floor, with
r I euperior board: tranelente accommodated; terme
very reaeonable; referencea
Ii STII ST.. 12H UAST.-Ijirne back parlor: epaclotfa
ItJ wlndtiwe: light and clieerful; .very conven
ience: ateo other deilrable roome: excellent uoard.
KISTBT., 42S W.ST,-FurnUhed roome, with Brit
eJ 1 clan board; cocrenlent lo (Hh and Dili L.
AOERMAN GENTLEMAN, who Intend, to etay eev
eral week In New York, wiehee tn live In an Ei f
Hah family where be bae tbe opportunity of improving
hie buglllll. Addreea. lth ratre.
, . A., box 211. Bunofllre.
ifrlrrt 25onriI rcohlijiu
CUMBERLAND ST., OIK. between Rreeneaiid Lafay
ette nva (hllll Board; pleueaut tblrd itury front:
eecond etorr alcove
CVtl B KB L A N tT ST,. 4111-I.arKe and email newly
furmebed rooute; back parlor for phjeiclan: Orel
MONTAOUI! ST 124. corner liooir.-Cool, pleaeant
roouie, houae homelike and comfonable; unex
ceptlouabie table; cummer pilcee.
SOPTII ELLIOTT PI.ACP 74 De"llghtfully cooTlaria
and email ruuini: table unexcelled; table boardere:
WILLOW ST, "0. near bridge square, nicely fur
. nilhed room; flret.claee table: table boirder.
fmuMwl 3loomg&apnrtmcut)gga jEct
OO'TH ST ini KAST. Large and small rooms nicely
eCl furnished; every cunrcmeuee; private faintly;
fcT(JTH sT..J 'J EAST. Dellifhtfully cool, en suite.
&j single, fii weekly upward; private baths; con
lenient to clubs, hotels.
y A TlFsTeT aM IUnT ParnlsbM rooms for s-entle-OfJt
men ornousefceepltiir; near I station; l.JXaud
jnTII ST.. 2.TI KAST Newly furnished parlor, and
Ot7 other large and small looms; every convenience;
yQD 6T. (."4 Prospect place) Furnished rooms, sen
H'Otlainen or UKht houseVeeplng; private Imnsei
1G0, U. OWNKK.
AiTU NT.. .fZt EAST ewly furnlnhed rooms, in prl
IO rate house; j;as. hatbj all . onveuiences; terms
COD 6f.."lTu KAfit Anlcollcht room to let. 1.&0
Jw per work. l'hao call In store.
(TII Ml'., (to l.AhT.-.Mcely furnished trout hall
JO room; irond accommodations; private family;
terms lery reasonable.
(iilTST.,72 EAST. Handsomely furnished rooms',
9 I large and small; every convenience; private
oJTII Kl., 241 KAHT. near I. station. Lartre rooms
O rorfcentlemsn or Hint housekeeping; all conve
nlencesi no children.
QTll hT.. 84 7 KAKT. Newly furnished room In prl
04 vats bouse, near L station, '; conveniences;
BROADWAY. 1.0DIV Lnrf e front parlor and bedroom
adjoining-, light and cheerful: handnmnely fur
n iheu; ruuiilnir water, bath, cas, Ac; one block from
L.tutlon; near Central J'ark.
nAKI.KU-Uooma and board In quiet TlalT ferine
reaionable: freeh air. tine locallt: convenient to
l.Tilh t. elation. WIlllKIHII, 2M Nt. Mcholaeav
rnilRKH roonie, an sane, flat: runuln hot nnd cold
X water: balh; 10. 20JWetl4tn it , eecond floor.
7 Til AV., 4ft, nerilh it Very pleaiant large room,
$2oO; aliofrant hall room; excellent locnt.un.
1QTII ST., 40 WKbT. In quiet, renned houieTTquare
1 A- aud hall room, jirlvate batb. If deilred.
1 ejTJi hTTirrwSRT.-NeatlyfnrnlBhed rooma for
XO Kentlem.n: private: aummer prlcee.
0"7TH UT- Bdl WEST. Deetrable furnleheil roome,
A I euttabla for man and wife; imb, bath. Una clmet.
ifKiTlI BT. 22rTvEST. A pleaTant, large, comTnrtaiJbT
O" furnished room; bath on aame iiuur; pmato
limijsliril gloomis to HTet roohlyiu
ASHLAND PLACE. 11H.-Lari(. nicely furnfhed al
cove front loom, steonl Hour, for gentlemen; prl
CARLTON AV.. flK7 large and email newly rurnlih
ed roome: ronolna water; improvemeiite, board
optional; private family.
( TABIrON AV., A20-Mvemlnuiei to 1'roepect rark;
J elegant second rJoun singly ortogvther; table board
OLUMUIA IIEKIIITS. 4H. Two minutes fuitim
rcny. Brooklyn Hrldgel large, furnished trout
room i two geutlemeo) 2.,-,'j weekly.
t'BANBKnKVtfT 61.-3 mUulf e toBrldge; desirable
double and slngl. rooms; all conveniences: terms
nEKBY ST., i47. near brldgeTDellihTflilly coo'l
eecood floor, an suite or singly; aim ball room.
LAfXVKTTirAVal. convenient fo""u I'nueually
cool, oiean. coinniodtoas rooms, at reduced prlcee
lor summer; r.ferences.
LAWRENCE UT.. ID;', Brooklyn.-1'arlor floor to let.
furnished! also small rooms; half rales for summer.
POI'LAB hT.. 2, corner. Columbia llelghte.-Nloe-ly
ernlibed rooms, two minutes from I ulton Kerry
S" OUTII EU.I0TT PLACE. '14&.-Urge and small
n.wlr furnlibed rooms! snmmer raiei; traveller!
transiently and permanea tly accommoilaied.
FLATB HD, JH-ABTMEKTrT unturnlsh.il aud far
rilihed. lu al parts of tbe city.
KUIJUM BUOtUKllX. H2U Broadway, cor. 12th it.
IAMiLIHH or AUULTH can obtain euperior Hats.
A' 67 una fU Hut 104IU et.i 24 2&; special summer
S FECIAL BUHMEn lNDUCEUK.NTa-2.'.i-2Cfl West
, iCii1 "V 8oomj, bath, wasbstauds. mlrrori; rente
VICTORIA. 11th at, near nth av.-rtv. rooms ana
bath; handsomely decorated; all newt low rente.
'anllor.b7. ' W. DllW.NH. 1&4 Bihar,
Y" V LOOK AT TIEBE.VtE'LL DO TIIJC REBT.-Jlf
and SU I'.Ist I04tb St., six rooms and bath. 12 to 22
Fast lOtttb st. ditto, buffet, waabeiands. 71 to 75 East
ioutb St., ditto, elegantly decorated. 2G2 to 26J West
lCthst! ditto, mantel mlrrore
M AI1KUB ItOBENhTOCK. B Hassan st.
4LABIIE UUI1T KOOlTa..VewIy .decorated; in.'
provementa; halle. carpeled; moderate rents. 8S
Broome at., car. Uoerck.
QOTII 8T 215 EAHT.-rive roome and batbi all lm.
Oef proreioeati; near Lsiallon; slu-.JQ,
1 ! '
jpahi nttd padmtttW g?o J&u
1 HO1 f-1- "R WEBT.-Wlda flat of 7 roomi; all light;
JJa rent 120, seen Bnmtay.
,f lutu nnil gipartrnf litis 5rooMjj.
Nini: plats to mce rnnpLK Kour-rnsm nhT
beaiiiifully decorated, range, tutu electric, aci
iiulblng like them tor the money. SI) Mi, mo si 1. 12s
Kujoii 1. sarntnga station) Lnlon I., riianncey sta
tion. Alv ays open. .VlllllllKoN, 2U.' Marlon it.
cf M$ unit gkimrtmcttW Wnntcii.
AYOt'Ml 1IARHIRD COVI'LK would like a unalfiut
on the west side.
It IJ. Blinnit. ,Tr . 2S EaiU lth it
WANTHD-Inlfrnokfyn, In The virTnlty of .Nnntrand
av.,anatotsix rooms with bath, lent lronit til lo
It. L. Mbox 1 tn, Sun tip-town onice,l,20G Broadway,
S'tvrlliiin 2louoe 5j tu
DFPlHAHI.l-: mil NER,"unfurn!shcd and furnlshedria"
all rarlei.f the city.
IULmiM URoillhri B2'l Broadway; cor. I2tn.it.
Eo 3,'tt cov tipiiiwst Jgurpouw.
)lII.tlN(IK. Horee, lefts, utlites, st'Jdlll to let In de-
XJ eltHbht IocbIIiiiih.
Kii.aOM HHiiTIIKHS. B2ft lirondway. 'r.J2llii'
I.oit LItA-K-l'l it of ground, iGxlia with "hi build
Inge. In Ixth el.litarTtli av. lu fair ordir. Will
lease plot eullronr ulllilltide. Apply In
Jn 1". JAVNh. till. 2.N4 Welt 23.1 St.
PROMINENT CORNER STORE and bemMlt7 rent
reaeonable unlit eitabllnliol; ii,uor llcouse; alio
ctirner lolt; $0U; electric imvor.
mv.Nhlt 21 Courtlandet. room 14.
STA11LKH TO LET in Wt Intli st. near "ih iiv.; 20
stalls; would be renltil tout Uior or i.t-'nimcly.
A Jdyto l-jj'. JA.Nh X Ull, 2AI Wei.t2ld H.
VpilK BfollH2.iciie"ml7erl. ele :.ll25 left: choice
X location for bat, genie' lurnlililng., iniitmul shoe,
cigars, barber, or cuitoin tal uruig eiorc; a iery buiy
street! right stand ror a llr tncrcuam Apply tn
y.oimf. MiNim. jr.VniiueMaieret.
to ic:.vr ii.n iTkiiu
DIinK ItliOM IN STOItl.
OPES I'.NTII. II O'I'IOOK Al NtnilT.
jRrnl CC'jJtntt for ,5iilf .Statcn jjglMiiJ.
LAROn IiriM)IG T.OTS,
SSxlia. AT . KACII,
on tlreenuood av, and S.Vtnench on Hart ar. No re
sort of millionaires, not oen Tuxedo itself. Is more
beautiful, more healthful, or more desirable. Espe
dally suited to the tatrs and conveniences of ladles,
the houses on the property belnir of the. n.ot modem
type; every convenience, water, gas electrio light;
inacadamlred roads: 240 feet aboe tidewater; cuies
throat, tun, and nervous troubles; dry. sloplmr. arabte
soil; abundance of stores and shops near by; 70 trains
daily; commutation, 7 cents; four blocks only from
Livingston Station; close to new nnd fashionable
trroimds of cricket and lawn tennis clubs, which are
frequented by the elite of New York
Am one present restlents aro artists, dramatists,
Journalists, novelists, merchant, brokers, bookkeep
ers, and master mechanics; churches and schools and
mail facilities comparable with those of New York;
taxes, SI. 10 ner lot; riftorous restrictions as to nui
sances. Ac, t This property is absolutely troo from en
curabrance or mortg'sre or any lien wbatsnexer. Title
guaranteed (nbitract and official searches date back, to
171KJ) luiproetnnts constantly roihir on on the
premises. KnpeclM attention paid to convenience and
requirements of ladles in search or an ideal and health
fill home from the wile's and mother's point of view.
Call week days and Sunday on the owner on the pre in
tsea This property should he seen to be fully appre
ciated. Come at once and inspect it; don't put otT the
day. Cut this out and iho wit to our friends.
UUiU.fcLlUS A. UAKT,
now to Get There Take boat foot of Whitehall st. for
Livingston station. 32mlnutee in alt.
JOHN CROAK. Attorney. 2211 Broadway. N. T.
Knil estate sor .Sale iCltiu
I LOTS $250, $25 DOWN, $5 MONTHLY.
42 minutes from 42J kt, Ia elevated and North
ern K. K.
BRYN MAWR HEICHTS.
The most healthy nnd beautiful of any surround
inir thu cltj ; tiulitir bo near, the most desirable.
iion't be ueluiled by far away property that never
can be any use tn i on
1'AHSKLLR A CO.l.'SCortlandtst.
Cheapest houses in the city; 10 rooms, all Improve
ments; nnlyxtOOO. Apolvto
T. S. ATWATER,
!MJ N A- S All hT,
rilK.NKMB.NT. lH.r.6o: tints 1 U. KI Z 17.500; triple
J. Hat, . (3.000. 15 per cent, 1nruie.
Knit Cstntc for alc Sroohlyij.
A BARGAIN 147 hlderl et . between hlrrgreen and
Uentralne. hom for two tamllles. all linprove
mente; 1UX40X1OU, $4 rHl eaey trrme I'erinlls from
I'AI.KI.MII'KU .V 1I
1.17J dates, near Busliwlck av.
HOUSE FORKAIi:. Willi foil lot, 2.CXin. Innnlfl
of CIIAS i-t'tilj. 2.n llockaaa) av.. Brooklyn.
ONLV $2inJi1cm n, halani e luonthly, for new bouse.
RRU.NS A CO.. IHII Montague et.. Brooklyn.
CO p7l"lM-ir-'!T Btll.T llpi'BBS I.N II BOOK LVN
SP I vfl' Klght rooiui. Including batb, range, an 1
tuhe. only $S0o canh: bulanco eaey: title guaranteed;
inspection united; oilier Ikiii.cm $i rxj up: $20(casb
LOTS li;?.-. IN IHKMIKLYM, near elevated
road; Jio dnwit end r, muntblv; the only Inetaltmeut
lota In Brouklyn: wlllsonn be worth tl OOO
Atlantic aud Van Mrten ae., Hrouklyn.
sRral (Curtate aralc.
LOTS on Initallments. I.ong leland. New Jersey.
Room "11. Ileal Kstate Exchange, 1HU Montague
S IIOBK properly. Waterrord. Conn ; 3d acres; bouse,
barn; ealt water bathing; ft.r.iK).
VAN Al'KI.N. r,5 Broadway.
glal estate nr atc Country. D'i51' tL w
CLEVELAND ON THE TILL I
Sales Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. j
ONLY !M MINUTKH 11V BXPBES ifit
from the r.nir. DEPOT, ONLY a PLW all I. KM AIlOVi: the NEW ItBIBOP. .Over
V 100,000 worth ot loie KOI. II during the pan seven weeka, IS NB1V IIOUHBM contracted for rW
andotlior IMPROVBHKNTN now 1'HOJlfcT i:i)Hl)lcr. lo IIOUULl:tbe PIIK'I; of LO I'M 3Sf
InlhlNr.XTPIllV 1IO.NTIIH, WE still I.IIN TIN UK to OIVI'. LOTre FICEE to 11VILD. HK
A FREE PAH over Hie II, K. for a Vl'.AIlH to ALL who HIULIIanil LOi;ATE. and AD. Ujf
VANCI! you H the MONEY. LOTH only a PEW hundred PKI7T PltOU tno HTATIOBI aff
only SOO a lot. WIO caah r. A MONTH. IO lEK t'KNT, lllhl BUNT for CAHII. HUW ?
Is tbe TIME to IN VlJT. VALIIB rJIIJIE 10 1IOU1ILI; tn the spring. A city to b. .stabUsbal 9
aa If by magic. Bit1
J. MeCI.VMH nnrt E. hTKUN, Uaeagirs. Ml'.
BOSTON LAND CO., 258 BROADWAY. gifts
ANKtr COTTARB. I.'X). .-,() cash, balance Pi AT LONO BRANrll. .V. J Kor sale or exchange f of Rlj
monthly, tliclDdlug plot nilxlM feel; eplendldloca J I'hlladelplila property, three furnished eotiagat - v,"5il
lion, within r mlimiei' walL of depot, 14 miles rrora located near llo'el Brighton. Address K. T. D011BINH. tt.lH
cliy. WOLUOTT. iwliast lathai.. N.Y. Mlopiia)lngrent. JHh and Washington uv rhlladelphle. Mlfr
A TBA0TOl I.'M) NKAR BU.NHI.TAM TWILIlTlfp VtOB BAI.1'.-An elegant" hulMllig site of HU acre. 5rW
PARKH. SU1TABI.K Kill A PARK nit roTTAOr! RITKh; X' one-guarter mile .hore front, for hotel nr private? Tj
M MILE PROM RAll.liUAIi. Mill PARnrL'LARs AI- corrripondrnrr milled; no agents. Address Lock , "Silt
llRKHSMrsM. A Kerr. Ilainee Piilli, Ureene To., N V, box Slut. Nora alk, Conn .imi
VrplrtiwCrrot UfUmtx Co. oyuiu Jfflx ajT' SI
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.,
KinilT "tllMOS NOKTII OK NKW YOKK CITY.
This property Is the finest resident section of Whit Tlalni. and Is to White Plains what Chester Tlltl tat Hi'
Moont Vernon. Prospect Heights to lirnoki)ii. or aililnglon Heights Is to New fork. :U(
While Plains lias a population of H,.rJiO. an Increase of :i.U00 In the pait three years It has two banks, foul KJi!
newspape . ill huiele, police and lire departments, and wail service, high waierservice, electrio lights, gas, ul if .Ml
lladiantagesuf good government. JJl
TIIAI.NS AVERAOP, 20 MINUTE8 APABT. H 1
LOTS FtMl H7f, ON EAMY PAYMENTS. 5g j
for Information, circulars, railroad raises, call or address fjS
CYRUS P. JONES, fjjj
0 1.3 KAHT I ST., OPPOHITE OltANO CENTBAL.
$20 TO $30 A MONTH
WILL PAV KOR
A COMPLETE HOUSE AND LOT
AT NEPERA PARK,
IN THE CITY OP YONKEUM. '
OITY LOTS. $100 AND UPWAED.
Free tlrkete at JC&lh el. elation. New York and
Northern Ballroad. for 2i2(l P. M. tralus hunday,
THE NEW YOIIK HEAL LMT.VTE CO
tfrieymnur liulluing Cth av, and 424 el
X few more good agents wanted.
ON EASY PAYMENTS.
CITY OF YONKERS.
MM mlnlltet. A-oni tiriend Caireil liquor,
HISS UP, PKEK T1CKETM.
The rUBUBRIUK b. TUOllNH Uu 01 Broadway, K. X.
ao. Jltut-. JUnriivi., an, b fLAu H
Mt PROTECTEE! BY DECISIOM
I leS!Se 0F PREME COURT, . V
rcyftw ncv, 13th. usa. B
j PJf w '&( I
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. 1
SPECIAL 10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT A
ON ALL PURCHASES 'M
FOR OPENING 10 DAYS M
Ono Block from cor. Parsons and jpj
Sandford Avs., 8j
IN VCBY BKST ASD .MOST KEI.I.CT PART OC TUB tt(V
Lots from $100 to $500 Apiece, M
isTONK S1DKWALKS. Jfj
WATER MAINS TO BE LAID. Hi
COMPLIMENTARY PASSES. '
JERK. JOIINSOX. JB.. CO. 00 Liberty it. N. r, aa m
18U and ll Montague it, Brooklyn. 15 1
bv- the- sea. '
The new Illustrated book contains photogrnpha takes iJj j
In 1M8-181U and ItiO'J which truthfully show the !;
progress of the place. $.
fiewere as well as water and gas. S
4C minutes frrjm Battery. N. V. ftd
dOmlnutee from Ilruollyn Bridge. Sj'j
Fare from Brooklyn fi cenls. jSr
Fare from New York 10 cents. iM
For Illustrated circulars apply is f$i
W. II. I'ABLUUUII. 41 Wall SL. Hi!
ew Vork. Srji
ANI1(IMK new desirable rottage, suburbs, tU fh
miles; cmrr.lriit Harlem; noar depot; halt hoat la!
trains; gool nelghl.orhond; echrmle. 'Sit
W, II ruiiToit. Corona, Iing Island. if
NOBTIirollT. I.DXO ISLAND, near New Vork "SlplenT ftfl
did building lots, tit', u,; bathlug, nshlng, sailing; ill;
send for rirculnr. be quick. m.?
J. s. LHW'IS. 26 :hambers it. Bj;
NOIlTlll'intT. I. l.-rafma, country seate. vlllat W'
property, shore fronte. all prices; rhean. Jmtl
LliWlN Iffi Cbnaibarnt. M
NOUTIII'OBT. L I Cottage. II rooms. $1,000; on iw'
10 roome, $1,400; one St.'Ofi WM;
LKtVIS. 2li Chambers st. FfJ
nitTIH'OBT, I. I. 600 acrce land ?H wnrih$2naa OSffj
acre. J K. LBH I.s :.-, Chaiubere st. fftf
ox rlcoto 3;ct ou.'jjlattiU W
NllliTIIPUBT. I.. L-Blnckemlth .hop lo renli" stocks !l.il
for rule cheap. .1. K I.KW IS. "J.'j Chambers st jW'
It Has EoachcdUasbrouckHoighta H
Wbat e fleet will the cnin,itlon of tli wort of .Vf
double-trncklnsr thn .1 am N. V IL It., which hue W
reached our depot. Imvenit thti acrenmhlr, dellffdtfullr ngt
sttiiAted " Vore prupi-rty ! Tlnnncbtful Inveinortana Bj
botno aeoLers are inktnir mhanttiKC of this movement. e&h
It Is Bound to Increase Values. ffj
Th "Mor pronertj" hat All modern Improvenitnti, W2
macadamled roodi and ttlileiralkK, i-itjr wnter inaina, K
electric lKtiti. perfect Orafnatre. Ultlnn tha tmtyear w
tnaiiy CiianuiiiK unit anutlc hotiso liave heen built; S
ifitii of enterprue eeryntitr H U uot a'iuturlaA Ki
beKtiiK." tut w
A "Well-established Community. jjf
It Ik worth l-inUne uitn ?&A
Property can tie mpiftrd Sunday. Trains 11:30 aaal ,Wu
2ilGuVlatk trnui loot of Cbuuibers st , N. V. it
G. 13. F. Uandolpb,
Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. S
A pood agent wanted. ( m
I"NEDIAT I'nsKBSSirTN-An'elevated. coot spot; T i
room aud bath coidure: lfi nilnutee from deoot; all lm'1
Impnneuients In positively tbe uioit desirable Jersey r;
suburb; 31 luinuies froui New Vork; low inoe; easleet 77;.
monthly uymenta Ifm
11 It r ItANDOLPII. llaehronck Helithls. S. J. 4U
A POOH MAN can buy a nice home In Jersey City. ul
1H1 Mercer et.. within walking distance of ferry. Bvj
2-story and baeetnent br ck house, for A50O. on easy Sr
terms, or will rent eamo for $:o a month. Addreis Wlj
HICIIAIIU BYAV, 416Bleeckerst., New.Tork. Mh
ATLANTIC IIIOHLANDN. N. J.-Real E l
fate. Ineurnnce and Lon Airency Villa plots for aalat iil
choice liiveiluiente. CottnKee for lale aud rent. Mj'
CO Sfirnit Bril.niNOI.OTS-I'oiltlvely thlsweel J0I
yB.tllf only. M miles; near elation; Installments, ijih
APrt.niiv. tr, rineit Kit
O fif v"' a" RlTns, ;iiP.NKB ",. Plctureequa W-i
$)0J J.rle, ioi.cki-i inhalutanie. reiinrted airalnsl ';
nuisancer, cnniuiututlon fare 1 cen a. Kree panesand , tK!
lull Inform itlon. h b.iN, UJ John et. K
SO t tH-'M raahTitiracttva 14 room oottaira, JUi
., leJWitidnenood; Lrle liallway; laruo lot. f rule. Sfl!
ltu .isu, ltldiiwood. itfjj
or nle or a k.tt 3Jcw 3cra. M
A TTIIK BHAL ESTATKand CotlaK Directory Offlo m
of T1IIIMAN .1. KMt:itY. nt Atlnntla m
Jllahlfimta. you can learn of desirable and ororitablfj '$
realeitate Investments in iracts or parcels that have) tTB
no equal alontr the coait. Cottnues to let. 61P
SOO CHOICE LOTS
150 ASH UI'H'AHD, mkl
Oil the Kal
NEW TOBK AND NhU IIAVBN IIAILROAD, Hli
only IH miles fromeSd it. rln!i
These Jots are at the elation and will be sold on easy VH
1U PEB CKNT 1IOUN AND B PKIt CBNT. MONTnLl H
A liberal discount ror cash sales. VaRi
TITLKA ABB III Ait IMhKD BV llli: (IKBUA ?
AMKBIIIAN Tlfl.K AND (111 tltANTBB CO. '1
F.XruiliiHl.NS WMIMIalllVB AND HATUBIIATS AT )
2 P. M. U.MIAYN IT I I' jH
For luape, free Holds, and fnrlher Information aa- M
ply to JAMIH I'. MMMIINh A t.O. room3.71 B'wayi M
Ii. II. tl'LTiiv 1'e I. an H'.'dsi i Suaw A Co., 10U Waal U
Mh si and Henry Kenk. liUdtaav. BrJ
g.wl Crtate Wamui I
WANTED House, about C.bOOi fire macadambsao tB
.uburbaa lot. JJ f Siffi. "L U Kb.