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HI BOW WATCHYOUR BET DOGS,
HK $X?&& M'MAHON HAS GOT HIS EIE8
Err OPEN FOR tM.
E?' btaoa the BI7rle City Iani Rnnnlng the
H$, Dc PnJ Somebodr n Got ts rroflt
R' y Jt Th Mangrela Can Go Frer, tar
K- Th7 I'Mt 40 Cent Apiece and Hrlnej In
B' Notliln at All.
MXmW' If the Otty Chamberlain wftnU any money
K from John MoMakon, keeper of the dog
B' pound at One hundred and Second Rtreet and
HEL East rirer, he will have to brine back that
Efc Jlyor, or else see that some one is out in tho
HL' Waypr'sofflco who can pnt his John Hanoock
Hp- on the warrants whioh allow John to draw
RU b'C money.
MXmwIt At present tho veteran poodle destroyer is
Pf arrylne on a little dog speculation of his
H&' own, without the aid of tho city or tho city's
Kjj' Old Jpbn MoMahon knows a thine or two,
Hv 6nd It would be strange, indeed, if ho allowed
K" puoh an opportunity as is now offered to pass
KV " Oh, well, the Fresldent of the Board of
Br Aldermen will be around to-day, and then I
MXmW "will sot some money," Lo said this moraine.
Bjv, " But J don't care muoh now," he added.
Bfc "Iwlljgetalons well enough. You uco I
IHr only pay 40 cents for each doR caught, and I
fa' recelTe S3 for all redoemed.
gaHK " Now. if I figure it up right, 40 cents from
RRBfc $8 leaves a net profit of (2.G0 on each of tho
MMflflkfj pat dogs, and if tho dog.catchors don't gob.
BP, ble up anything but pet dogs -ah, ha 1" and
flKkv John jumped up in tho air, kicked hlfl heels
BHt together three times, and landed with a hi.
IflHHn.' larious whoop and a wide, sly smila.
1 " I could afford to pay more for the pet
x flogs, for you know n person will generally
Rp fiiyo the last cent to have his denr doggie
BRK' pick home again, and this is espoololly the
BH esse if the owner bo a woman.
p " Here comes a woman now who, although
IJBB , idie is poor, as you can see, will be tickled to
PPK death to got off with only throe dollars.
BBR. , " We made a clean ncoop this morning by
M drowning a hundred dogs, and I havo already
Rr. sot in seveial fine epeoimeus of thorough-
Kt bredi which will bring in a good profit.
."They say I have no money, do they ?
p. Woll. just you look here."
g John pulled nut of each of four pockots a
BBm' large wad of bills, and displayed sevoral hun-
BBH&u- dred dollars,
BBK5' " Now. I am all right as long as the net
Bit lirs are brought in, and I'll be blarsted it I
BBBJE!k. take anything else until I get some money
tWkW from th citv. What is the use of my carry-
Hl log on a losing game when I am boss excln-
. lively of the u holo shebang."
BBsK, John's logic is indeed good, and all the pet
BBBK'l dogs who read this article had better look
.t, As for the mongrels and street dogs, they
BBBvAi can go as crazy as a bedbug until tho Mayor
Si returns if they want to. They can roam
Cr pround town unmolested by the dog-catchers.
BBI - IF ALDEBMAN DOWLIKG WERE HERE.
K The City Might Have far Once a Krd
X flltietacbed Mayor.
Ef Chief Clerk Arthur Berry is still very lone-
3 eome at tho Mayor's office. "Mo Mayor has
jl jot shown up," be remarkod to-day to an
K Etinino Wobmj reporter, as he looked over
IHE;. b pile of warrants.
tBmmWr -Che friends of Fresldent Forster, of the
K lioard of Aldermen, ore sorry he is not hero
BBBM& to havo a chance to bo Acting Mavor.
BBBBffi " He would be very proud of the honor,"
BBBJiIf remarked a Wigwam Matesmnn.
g 'f here is mouramg in tho Seventh Ward.
BBBS& Alderman Howling is Vica-FreBident of tho
BBBf Board, and iu tho absence of the Mayor
and Fresidont of the Hoard, Mr. Dotvling
BBBk would to-day be seated in Mayor
Bit Hewitt's ohair. Alderman Dowiing, how-
Bi ever, is in the country. If he had not gono
u away, Mew York Oity would for tho flint timo
Hf n its history havo bad a red-mustaohed niau
BBsBt notiug as Mayor.
?; There have been Mayors and aoting-Mayors
With black muaiachei, dark and gray beards.
e but never has a man with a red niustacho
K been seated in the Mayor's chair.
Jljt The absenco of Aldermnu Dowiing at th'a
BBBpli time may defeat his re-election to the Board.
BBB9r The people of the Seventh Ward are indic-
1 pant at having lot a chance of greeting one
ff of their neighbors with a "Uow are you,
BBBr Mr. Mayor r"
LssssssssssKVr1 - -
HE GEN. ALQER IN TOWN.
Hgf lie Was Early Up althn Fifth Avenge Hotel
Bk and Kurlr Away from the Corridor.
H$t Oen. Russell A. Alger, the Michigan mill-
HBK&; jonaire and one of tho pillars of tho Repub-
HBKg lican party in the present campaign, arrived
H!& nt the Fifth Avenue Hotel, accompanied by
wi bis son Fred, about 9 o'clock this morning.
H2& The Qoneral baB been hovering around
K this oity for a month or more, dividing his
& time between visiting with his family at a
Kri rummer resort on the Jersey coast and run-
mmX ning into town just to get a hint on politica.
V Ho came direct from Washington, this
K?,' morning, however, where he attended tho
k) funeral of Qen. Sheridan, who was a worm
B personal friend of his.
K i Oen. Alger bos not at all the disposition of
HU n recluse, aud this morning ho seated him-
K?' M"' shortly after his arrival, on one of the
Hv-'1 blue plufih settees in the hotel corridor, and
H.-." vas at home " to any one who cared to call.
Kfi, He did not remain there long, however,
Hba nud Clerk Corr, who informed an Evening
Hfi, . Would reporier that the General was not In
Kf bis room, said he " vaut havo been carried
K nway by som a admirer."
Ht It is not unlikely that tho early birds at the
Di- Republican headquarters received a call from
Kf- B large man witu a broad bmtle and an easy-
KF Roing manner, .who might be taken for tho
pf Mayor ot a prosperous country town. But
kn bo was not so. That was the Oeneral.
Kk A Newspaper'! Real Fairer.
Bt Vtr IA CJiatniltn S. 0. ) BuJatl.
Kf ' ' Toe Mew York Wokld ha at tut scored a
Bq trlamphlD its tamoos Sgbt agutnit the bobtail
H& atrest cars ot that city. Major Dew Itt has decided
tHti to ilsn the ordtDtnce pused rteentij by the Board
BIHS Ot Aldermen compelling one ot tnt street railway
HHk- , companies ot Dew York to employ conductors.
BnHv T'e sacceutal termination of this Ogbt na the part
BRfi oltUo Mew York Woain la bat anotber evidence
BHk pf the great power ot a newipiptr which tmpreasea
HJHkf the people with the wisdom and etaoerlty ot Its
Kffijjr piotlvea, and which wins their admiration and
BBh' rueem by the persistent energy which It evlncra
'BBj In aecompluhloj a reform wbleb tt hu set aoont
HjBJ& 1 There )II-Peellnc AmoDK These Tars t
H1 (fyon ( Bottom Qloht,
BJHK'' There il conalderable dtuaMtactlou expressed
HT';' by many of the Eutern yacbtimtn that the Kew
HH! Vo,lc club cbanged Ita plans so baatllr and dcoiaed
HHkL nottoaotoMarb'ebeail. The f.ct that Commo-
IVHHB. d0FP Wild lefi the neet with the Qltana this morn-
)rV2ssf isg and that the Volunteer did not make prepara.
lcstsr tl0B t0 ,,,rl m ,"e rl-e ts 0'instrned ny
Af. K h" ,aa the leiult of iiltaatUlacilon with
sAnsF vu0'.ruVu,t' Certslnlr Mew York
BsssssBBIr Jitii' J!l8lJi.0WM. .lft,.,' "'' " lt suier
ssssssssssfSV Slqb' U the beat raclos boats except me Ma -
KS JliWerDeloogprlnclpallt tooiurr clulii Toe Vu'.
sssssssssVIv YStTi J'unuu aod ttacnem are Extern Yht
sssssBK' f! " J." ('r"JlDF " an Ailantlo Yacht
3 b era t, whim the nt ifox twlonga to the o im.
HsssssK raixlore of ti.e teawanbata, and U a Cortntnua
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HE BWALLOWED CRE030TE.
Charles Palmer TVantrd to Die, Bat Won't
Charles Falmer, who says ho is a book
keeper, thirty-five years old, and has been
living at HI East Twenty-eighth street, is at
the Chambers Street Hospital. Ho Is suffer
ing from tho effects of n dose of creosote,
takou with suicidal Intent, and bernme con
scious at 6 a. M. to-day, after six hours of in.
Ho woi found by Policeman Newton, of
tho Old slip squad, who heard some one
groaning in Jeaunett- Park, tho new melon
tiro at Coentlcs slip and Front street.
In order to lnvcsttgnto the origin of tho
sounds the officer bad to climb over tho iron
fence, G feet high, for tho park is not yet
open to tho pulilic. In tho contro of ilio
park ho found 1'nliner lying in a rcomingiy
dying condition and near htm a small bottle
laliellod "creosote." Tho mnnh d noitlior
hat, coat nor vot, and was in a generally
l'almor says he is n native of Mlddlotown,
Conn., and has been in tho city for soven
months. He rofuses to tell why ho tried to
tAko his life, hut it is bolievrd that, boing
unable to obtain work and finding his money
exhausted, ho becamo despondtnt and tired
of exist enco.
When Folicoman Lane went to see him
this morning ho said to the officer, whom ho
took for a reporter :
" Make a good story of this, now, for I
don't want anything wrong to get into tho
This is the first attompted suiolde in Jean,
notte Park, whioh the police think offors ex.
oellent opportunities for individuals looking
for a convoneut placo in which to shuffle off
tho mortal coll.
BIO BBEWERI CONSOLIDATION.
Easllth Capital to Control the Production
of American fleer.
The leading topic among Mew Vork
brewers and breworymen is the consolida
tion of the great ostablishmentaof H. Clausen
and Flanagan, May & Co., and the incorpora
tion of their interests into the Mow York
Brewerlos Company, as told by a cable to
this morning's Wont,r.
English capital to the amount of $8,000,000,
in tho hands of a eyndicato.- will control tho
business. Lawyer Samuel Untermoyer, sent
abroad by tho Amoncau proprietors, mndo
the arrnngerucuts for tho trnnsfer of tho
proporty and settlod the conditions.
Both breweries will be kept in operation,
but their profit will go Into the common treas
ury, f ho old proprietors retain an intcrobt,
and will for a time keep up their active man.
agemeut, though it is said the conditions of
tho transfer provido for tbjlr retirement at
thn end of a year.
ReitBons given for the change are that the
Into proprietors were) getting old and wiBhod
to stop out of business. They sought Eng
lish capital, it is alloged, because they -ouid
find no American money ready for tho in
vestment. Tho report that four Boston breweries had
also loon secured by the syudicato is denied,
end prominent brewors scout the idea that
thero in to be an English monopoly over ull
tho principal broweries of this country.
Ex-TInited States Treasurer Jontau, now
Fresldent of tho Western Notional Honk, and
President Darling, of tho Murray Hill Hank,
are among Iho gentlemon namod rs interested
in tho project on this side the water.
BAM DIDN'T SAVE MM.
No Thanks to 0r. Bpeebt that lie Wm n
Unppr Father, Ho He Was Rent Up.
His suppor wasn't good enough for John
Speuht, of 20S Eldridge street, lost night, and
ho beat his wifo bo that Policeman Knppoa
heard her shrieks and locked up the husband
in a cell at tho Eldridgo street station.
Whou the case was called at tho Essex Mar
ket Follco Court this morning the wife did
not appear, Sho sent the following letter to
Justice Duffy :
Mb. judor! I wu taken alek lait night. I
fate una to a son. I am without mooiy. 1
cave u to jonr JaJgment to do with Dim asjou
Policeman Kappes said that he had been to
the house to got Mrs. Specht to oonie'to
court, but ho found her fondling the new
bnby. He believed she would rather huvo
him discharged tlinn pnnUhod.
"Let me go homo to my wife and child,"
pleaded the prisoner.
" Much you caro for her to beat her at
such a timo. I won't let you go. One month
in the Workhoubo. "
Dinner of XX Donllng CInb.
The fonrtb annual dinner of the XX Cowling
Olnb took placo yeaterday at Donnellj'e drove,
College To nt, U I. Frank Fattereon, Trealdcnt,
and William Elaeman, the Vlce-1'realdtnt, were
presented with bandjome teallmonlala In recogni
tion of ihelr filthful eervkea lo tno club.
Among the many gurus present were i Al
derman Qua Mountaver, Tnuuus J, Carle
ton, jr.. Frank Pagan, Henry Netz
ger, lienrr HaraM, liub Kinney, A am
Worth, ltonndam.m John Lansdon, John j.
Wttgtr, Henry Woolf, William Thltrr, OOlcera
ltjan, Bchlem and Uia"bop, Kdward and Wm. Kl r.
roan, Kdw. Morton, John Corrlgan, 8 imnel Almli n,
J.ffeiaon Carpenter, toula Htnmba k. John Moore,
Hlmon Bchfjer, Pnlllii Zubl.er, Ulilum and Kd
ward Elaeman, Joseph Abek, hi. ckerbnrg,
Wlafleld Kwlnc Asslsiant Dock Master
James Johuson, Ch rlea AUtirlsht, John
Bnellback, William Frl.dman, rhsrlea Bauer,
Jacob ltalatr, George ltlcbarus, Wullam Abrama
and Qeorge fielmonl.
The Cnlon Hqaarp Oalna a Point,
Judge O'Brien to-day denied the application of
Charles E. Vernam, lessee of tbe Morton Home
forfa mandatory Injunction restraining thetrusteea
of the Palmer estate trom encroaching upon tbe
hotel property tor the rmrpoie of enlarging the
Union Hquare Theatre.
Mr. Vernam claimed that tbe theatre people were
incroacblug on hla property, and claimed 88,ooo
judge O'Brien said tbe temporary Injunction al
ready bad la eufflcent. as tbe damage, u any, can
be aiieeaed by a referee.
Mew York Markets.
WiriAT. Deeember wheat opened at HVc
lastnlKht's closing qnot.tlon. Hubaequently the
quoiation'sdvanced to SoVe. Other mootua opened
aafollowat UepU, Wic : Oct-,U3c: May, 9Uc
cotton. Market opened ateady, August de
cllnrd J polnta orer night, opening at 11.43. Other
mouths were quoteii 1 point "own. aa fol
lows: Sepu, 9.74: Oct, (Leg; Nor, and Deo.,
MB Jan., K.M: Ireb., t.t: Maron, R71; Airll!
.H; May, U.b7; June, W.W. J-tveriool cab.es
come Market opened from nncbanged pries
to 10 points drcllne. Aug., 10. 76. sept. , 1H.S5;
Oct,, B.IK; Nor. an'l Dro., d(t; Jitu, P. 70; Koo.,
(.75: War oh, and prtl, .0 alar and June, a as.
Maiki-i bjrni ateauy. ItsnibJigsicaiir. liu'.Uay
lu Harm o-dar.
1'rraoLSDM. Pipe line c-rtlncatea opened 1
point brlow laat night's cloalnir quotanon, at
bMo. Market dull, lie tore noon tbe quotatlOL
adtanced to KJic
Notea of the Campalsn.
The Henry D. Purroy Campaign Club, of the
Fourth Assembly District, rased a lianaeorao
CI velami and Tbutmsn banner at thtlr bead,
omrters. It Canal str ct, laat aveulog, Patrick
Shuy made a stirring speech on the tariff question.
A mus meeting of Independent clilrens f the
Tenth Anembly District will take place at 31 Ki-l
llou.ton tireet, Majer'a Hall, Tb-trsdav eeenlug,
Aug. 18. nnlertbe ausplceaof the James Monroe
As.ooutlon. A Cleveland and Thurmau oannrr
will be nnfurlsd. Jnilua llarnurger. Oeorge K.
ltotson and Joseph Htelorr will dellter audrrtsr..
K Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers
Hf are offering imitations which they claim to
HDF t).-.TTrtav.. be Pearline, or " the same as Pearline."
WWBl rjlr VV d I C It's ffllse they are not.and besides are
-arw fxJL n- dangcrous. PEARUNE is never peddled,
HHfy but sold by all good grocers.
K" " Msf6tsnd ealy by JAMES PYLE, New York.
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THE LONRON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO,
86 AND 88 BOWERY,
will hold n Throo Days' Salo of tho remaining Spring and
400 Dlen'a Cnaalmern Mulla, rtvalar prleo 3.000 llor' Odd fulls, formerlr aold nt
88.00, will be aold at .m per .nit. B3.00 ond 84.00. will bo aln.Lte.ed at OOe.
1,000 Itlrn'n Wool Multa. regulnr price, 0,0110 Men'a Mackinaw Ilala, regular price
8 1 0.OOtwlll be aold at 83.25 per anil. 8 1.00. will bo gold at I fir.
400.'Hrn,a' lliialiiena fillln. forinrr price V.OOO flora line Mtrnw Jockar Capa at
87. .iO, will br mild nt Hl.70 per anil. !20c.ratilnr price, TUc.
1,000 airu Odd Coal siiid Veil will be l,OOOJHen' Whl'e Jlnraclllca Veata ntOSc.i
old hi 7r. lor I out mid Vial. rrgulnr prle , 82.00.
U.tMMJ I'nlra iilen'ai dd 1'nnle will be aold li.000 tlor' 1'nnia. Iho odda and enda ot
I fMlc. nrr piilr. hrokrn aulm, nlinnat lvn awnr.
LONDON & LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO,,
80 AND 88 BOWERY, COR. HESTER ST.
O.N THE AMATKUK DIAMOND.
To-day, at Washington 1'irk, the Sagamores vs.
Tho Marions forfeited a game to tho Commer
cials, tjcore, 9-u
Oame between the Hudson Blues and Cubsn
Juniors. 'I h.t writer failed to give the acorr. Call
at Tua Would office ami yet some aoora cards.
The Summits, of Jersey City Heights, wonld
like to play a game Saturday. OuuoMuwn o'ubs,
with imlosed grounus, p ernrrod. AUdrcsa Thos.
Bomerrllle. No. U'lrar street, Jersey City llelghta.
Tno third game of the championship aerlea be
tween the Klalcn Iilanil Athletics and Oranue Atri.
letloa will be played at Wo t New DrlghluD to-day.
ilackett and Carnart will be tbe ba trrjr f r Orange
Club and Uammeiand Uannt for tilaten Island.
At Wtchawkentue Young Eldrldgendifeatedthe
Porattns. lJaiterics Jonn O'llrlen and Bloom, of
tn Korsjlhs: ltjsaberg and timltb, of the Young
Eldrldei. The score:
Younir Kldrldgsa 4 8 0 10 5 8 g-!
Fursjtba 3 s o 1 sag l is
Younir Kldrlilge challenge all nlnca under dlteen.
Call at CO Cliirloge alreeU
At Jamaica, 1 I., tbe Gladiators, of Brooklyn,
defeat d the Kultoni. of Jamaica. The katuro ot
the guiue wua tuc hattcrf woraof the (ladlatur,
In w ilch Meiz struck out alxlem men. Bjttenea
ilo'i and Jact, of me tJla.natora. The score:
Uladl.tore 0 0 1 II U 1 0 118
Fultoua U 0 1 U 0 1 2 1 07
At I'rospect I'ark the Ozforda ileleated the aoI
tore. 1 he feature! of the game vera iL lUUren'e
three home run and -'. Itooa'a home run. Batter
ies . McUrattt and C. ltoja, ol the Oxfords; and
T. Dood and T. Itous, ot mo Victors. The score i
Okforo ;.... a fiiosssob 1-19
Victors U10941000 1 D
Ozlords Krrors, 1. Victors Errors, 3.
At l'rospeo. . -rk the Unity Temple defeated the
Fultona. The icattirea of the game were two
home-run hits by (I ,ruon tor Unity and the gelding
of Deacon lor Fultona. Battcrlea Johnson auu
Wcbu, of toe fultona, and lterrlnvtou and Gor
dou, of the Unity icmi.le. Iheacore:
Unity Tempi 0 4 6 10 0 33
Fulton g 3 T 6 0 -19
Umpire Mr. Keuuedy.
At 1'roapect Ground the Melrose defeated the
Young limed. 'Hie fcalurra of the game w ere the
pitclilugof I'onnlford ..nd Iho batting of Otto,
Jaeger and tckerUi' Battcrlea J, Counlford and
W, i: ken, of the Meiroae, and J. Dcuula and O.
Zlnk, of the Young Boats. The score:
Meiros 'i 0 U 0 1 0 0 0 710
Young Itose 1 UU00810 1 6
llmplre-Jlr. F. Eckert.
At Klppos Orounua the Klppaa defeated the
Atuphun Alhietlca. The featurea of the game
were the home run by Lujaterand tbe tiatterj
work of Lujster and Weeks. Batteries Luyater
and Weeka, of the Klppoa.
Kippoa 0 8 0 10 2 4 0 4-1 J
Ami.hian Athletlca.... 6U01S100 010
At 1'roup'ct I'atk tee delivery clerks of Wectisler
A Atirah.iu Uefentcd tliu salesmen of same firm.
T.,o leatureaol the game were the rjeldmg of Mr.
lleyers for aale men and butting ot T. 6hay
lor delivery. Bitterlea Barnett and tlarner, of
tnuaaliameii, and Ualy and Uoodrkti, of tue de
Uohverr 0 0 8 0 0 0 14 411
baliamen 0 UU80OS0 0 9
At llackensack the Volunteera defeated the
lit igedelu l'araa. Tue features of the game weie
tua nailery work of both olu.a and the natllna ol
Balis, of the ltidieflLli.e, and Ulauvelt, of the
Voiuntecra. Batterlea Blanvelt and Baiea, of the
Voluutccta, and Kngel aud Jitvlog, of the lllUgo
Volunteera 0 8 1 9 0 B 1 8 B 14
IUUlacueld 1 8 S U S 0 8 1 018
At Recreation Parle, L. I., the X. P. Duttons
defeated the U. I', i'utuam A lions. The festana
ol iho game wcro tho heavy batting of Button nine
and Udlterjr work ot Coltle aud Vovbe aud the field
lug of 0'alara,of the I'tttuama. Battenea Cultte
and Vathe ot the Duttona. and Lemon and Meyer ot
the ruiiuma. Thoacore:
Duttona 4 1 0 E 2 7 1 1 51
l'utnaina 0 10 8 3 8 18 018
Umpire- air. L'ailaham.
At Weehawken the Welcomes detested the
Mutual. 'Ibe featuica ot the game wtre Waita'a
home run anUiMurruj'aa tnrte-tnse hit In the ninth
inning, that tied idu garac Batterlea Mnrry
ami Murphy, of the Welcomes, and DaJr and
htewtrd, ol the Mntuals. TneaLore:
Mntuaia OOOOUOOUSOO x
Welcomes 0 0001 0 0 0 10 18
Weicuiues-11 base tilts an I 3 errors.
Mutual 7 tiaao ults aud 4 errors.
At Ilacaensack, . J., tho sillier Athletics, of
News. k, defeated tno Onlauls, of llackeus ,ok.
The learurea of the gatnu Wtre UuUn's pitching
au I baiting, Lou. hlln'a work i.ehiiM the bat and
Kuouse'a pisi lu left lor Mlllrrs, and A. Danlu'a
work lor Orllanla. Batteries Mel Itutan and
Luushllu, ol the Miller Atnlellcs, ana A. Bants
aud Atwood,, ol Ibe Oritama.
Miller Alhietlca 42888008 018
Onlauls 0 08100080&
Miller Athletic llano hl'a, 12; cirora, a. orl-UDla-ll.se
bt'a, 8; errors, 8, Thl. lathe first game
the Or Hauls have laat turn season.
At Nassau l'ark the Somersts defeated the
Kteruan News Co. Tne fiaturea of the name were
the rannlnn catch of L'eociola and the batting ot
MollUtfu, Cacclola, De Lacey, lialloran aiui T.
McKee. BatteriCi 1). Douanerir and De Lacey,
ol ins bumeraeu, and Carey and lietberaon, of the
Kivrnans , 8 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 8
buraer.eia 0 18 0 0 0 8 1 0-8
boiutr.ets Bae hlta, 10, errors, 6; Klernans
Baa hua, 6; errors, 7.
At lilghland Beach the Amos detested tbe Gawks.
The f cat urea of the name were the pltcnlnir of Joe
Davla, wboatrnck out twenty-one men, and the
home run of Al Davie, bringing In three runa.
Batteries Joe Davia and Al Davis, of the Amus,
and M, Bay and J. Flam, of the (lawks. The
Amos 0000000000 88
Uawk 0 0000-00000 00
Amns Uao hiu, 8 errors, a Gawks Base
hits, 1; errora, 3.
At Deborah Nursery, 99 East Broadway, the
Pygtntta defeated tbe lted Star. Tne features oi
tue game were i he battery work of Uolustcln, who
struck out fourteen men, and catching of l'ollaok,
who put out nlueteau men. Batteries Goidstelu
and Pollack, of the l'ygtuies. ani Kngeltnan and
Goldberg, of the lied atara. The score:
Bigmlta 008U3&02 7
Ilea Mars 00010001 02
Pjgmies-Ilaae hlta, B; errors, 8. Kcd Btara
Base hits, 2; errors. 17.
At One Hundred and Forty-sixth street and
Tenth atenue the Hamilton Grata dete ted a
licked Nine. Ihe leatureaor tbe game acre tb
iiliclnuir m Ed Holland end the catcblna- of
Tnomaa. Bittcnea-Kd Holland and icConntck,
of tue Hamilton Grays, ami itichardsuu and
Thomas, of the lIcktdNlne. Tne score:
Hamilton Greia 1 a 0 8 4 5 IS
Picked Nine 1 U 0 4 8 4 3 14
At Woodslde tbe Astorlas defeated the Illckorys.
The features of Ibe gsme were tho Pitching of
, I.auge and aud a two bagaer by Block. Batteries -Lantf
an. I atcCalhill, of trie Astoria and Adams
aud llaihaen and llorbcrt, of the Illckorys, The
Anonai 810048S0 118
t Ulckurys 8 0 0 8 l 0 0 0 0 8
Aatoris Bate hits, 10; errors, a. Illckorys
Hate hita, 4; errora, 5.
At Academya Grouniis the Aoademrs, of Jersey
Cltj, dtfrated the Paaaalcs, of Passaic. Tne
feaiurraof ihe game were ihe pitch. uk of Matt
CorblUa, and the home. run drtveln the fourteenth
Innmg by J, Boris, of Academy.. B .iterlea Matt
Corblisa and J. Boyle of tne Aisdemre;T. Mulr
heauandj. Keilj, otthe Pasaalis. Tue score t
AcailrmysO 000001030000 14
Passilcs,,9 000000100000 0-4
naiv lilts Academis, 0; Pasiaca, a. Errors
Academya, 2; Paaaalcs, 3, Umplto-H J, Monv
John Myers It Is hard tossy who la the best
pitcher tn ids American Aaaoilatfon. c.rothers la
sencraily ruttd as tbe most nlUMe, HwIba sUl
thln.s considered. Is thl best catcher In Ihe coun
try. Modesty forbids an answer to your third
At Brown's Gronnds the Parker, Htearn, Sntton
defeated the lleaa. The featurea of the game w re
bulling of O'Donnell, J. Bhatr, Mctiarry and
Wnalen; fielding of p. Hhar, MoNamsra, bample,
Corwln, lean. Batterlea J. utiar and Henuesr,
of the latkcr.H earn.Sutton, and Whalen and Lean,
f the Ilea. Tn- acore:
1'arker, Btearn, Mutton 13110188 10
Boa Ba.e hlis, B; errors, 10.
Parker ttteran.tiutlon-Baao hits, IB; errors, B.
At Ixina Island Park the Plnuehlre defeated tbe
erack " Motta. " The featurea of the game were
tie.uprD pitching, of McDonald, of the ITuochles,
and the catenmg of Frank, of the same team, aud
the flrst-baae play of I'aahman. Batterlea W. Mc
Donald and Prank, of Ihe Pinochles, and Louis
Conen and Aronson, of the Motts. Tue soore:
Pinochles. 0 110 8 3 0 0 89
Motls 0 10 3 0 0 8 3 08
Pinochles Bsse hits, I!; errors, e.
Motts Bsse bits, 8; errors, 9.
Al Leo Park tho Young Mlnerala defeated the
Exohantereds. Ihe features of the game were L.
Harris's home run, M. Green'a three-base bit and
double play by II. Abr.uama and Joe Gross.
Batteries L. Harris and M. Green, nt the Young
.Minerals, and P. Miller and V. Friedman, ot the
Exchant-red. The score:
Bxchantersda 10010000 02
Yound Mlnersls 00001100 1-8
Bass Hlianxchantereds, 10; Younir Minerals,
10, Errors Kzehaetereda, 4 ; Young Minerals, h
MR. BLAINE GOES TO PORTLAND.
He Will Address n Untlflcatlon BleeilDaf
This Afternoon Fattened.
Isrrcui to tbi xvamso would.)
AnonsTA, Me., Aug. 15. Mr. Blaine looked
BOincwhnt fatlgnod and weary as ho stepped
from his private carriage nt the depot this
morning to take tho 10. CO express to Fort
land, whoro ho is to address a ratification
mooting this afternoon.
The (rain was already in tho station wbon
Mr. Blalue nrrivod, lie being afew minutoe
late. Hu wuh met by his son walker and his
son-in-law, Col. Coppinger. who had been
waiting for him, and the three entered the
Brivate oar of Bupt Tuoker, which was at
tehed to the rear end of the train.
Mr. Illaine walked the whole length of the
depot, the object of all eves, but did not
stop to speak to any one or look to tho right
A member of tho Blaine household says
that he is fooling very tired after tho demon.
Btrntions of the past few days, and 1b anxious
lor a rest.
A GOOD YOTE LOST;
DnrsUr Green'a Chief" Reairot Is That lie
Will Be In Jail at Election Time.
Thomas Green, alias Thomas Bpringhorn,
alias " Brindle," a Yorimllo character well
known to to tho police, is again in trouble,
this time for a till-tapping exploit and burg,
lary committed the same evening.
Boteetives Martin and Campbell, of the
East Sixty-seventh street police, arretted
him on a charge of robbing the till of Saloon
keeper Honry Qrondalh, of 1055 Third ave
nue, and found in his room at 1093 Third ave
nue, a satchel filled with fine paint bruthes
valued at $180, which had been stolen from
tho store ot Frank McKay, 1088 Third ave
nue, which was entered in tho night.
Grocn, who is twenty-four years old, froro
a Harrison button on the lnpel of his coat,
and as the detectives were about to take him
to tbe Ynrkville Folioe (Jourt this morning
he remarked to the sergeant at the desk : " If
I am sent up Harrison will lose one good
Lurry Donovan's Fnnerat.
The unfortunate bridge-Jumper, Larry Donovan,
will be burled on Wednesday In tbe Catholic por
tion of Brockley Cemetery, London, In a private
htchard E. Fox,ortheiffce Oat'ttt, Donovan'a
former emploier, will delray the expenses of the
burial. George VV. Atkinson, of tbo.S2xirfnyLft,
made the arrsngemenu for the Interment, He
cables to the JWfce Gaiette as follows I
Lomdoh, Aue. 14.
" Donovan's remains will ba Interred Cathollo
portion Brockley Cemetery Wednesday, private
grave. atkinbon. "
Worklnarmen IIIT Havo a Hoy.
The Interest that real worklnamsn take la the
question of tariff reform will be ahowu at Cooper
Uulon on Mondar, Aug. 87, when there will be a
monster demon tratlon held under the auspices of
the alcile-tax friends o f Henry George, oter elgh
hundred of whom sre alrcadr enrolled macam
palun organisation for Cleveland and Thnrraan.
Hauler Wnrkui n J, P. Arcbluald will preside at
the meeting, and the chief si eaters will be Mr.
George and William Lloyd Garrison, ot Maaaa
etiuactia. The latter gentleman, who Is a son of
the famoui Abolitionist, has been up o recentlj
a s'rong and Influential Republican, but la now
bean and aoul In the fight to free labor trom the
restrictions that a tariff for monopoly only Imposes.
Yellow Fevrr Uoood for Ohio.
SMCIiL TO TUT XVBMISO WOOLS.
LomsviLU, Ky., Aug. is. Yellow fever has
broken through the quarantine against Florida, and
a train with three cases on b'ard reached here yes
terday. All tbe pa sensers had been mom or
leas exposed, but as ihe s nttary munition ot the
city la excellent, and the three sufferers psssed on
to their homes tn Ooio, there Is little apprehension
of the appearance of the disease here.
Dronklyn Netvo In Brief.
Patrolman Walter B. DavK of the Third Pre
cinct, ded at his realueaoe, 4C8 Degraw street, at
4. 10 this morning.
The body of an unknown man about thirty years
old waa found in the river at tbe tout of North
Sixth strut this morn ns
A sneak thief roboed the till of Daniel nogen'a
ssloon at TBO Galea avenue thla morning while Mrs.
Hogen atood at tbe door talking lo his accomplice.
The esnal-boat Mary A. D'Eynord, Capt. Thoa.
Wilier, owned by tne Mutual Grain Sealing Com
pany, s nk at Fluley'a stores, Ailantlo Dock, this
While hanging clothes on a puliey-llne from a
resr window on the intra lloorot tOlSactett street,
Margaret Collins tell Into the yard and received a
concussion of the brain, fracture of tne ribs and
falsi Internal Injuries.
8UKARS, At Naw llaian, Coan., ca Maoday atenlsg.
IUt. aVLoxio a. Bnsiaa.
Vunaral (ram his lata tsildence. Ho. 1 By lyan are.,
on Thursday. Aos. 18. at 8 P. M,
QOBEU, staady man as ertcr on Tandar's wasoai soad
p wsimi atasdjobt rafsranc. ISO tlaods St., Brook.
QALKSklKM-Wa null to emuloj a fw aalaaman on
3. aalirrlo sail oar aoodl b strapl lo tbawialesal
and rataU trade ot all tb laaaloa oltiaa and towns l wa
era the Uramt asasafularara of or (la la tba eoaotrjr i
, irXastasifVTct &s 8? ""
I.., .. I, I, i
r. JOBDArf. MfjccEaaoR to
L. M. BATES & GO.,
23D STREET AND 6TH AVENUE.
BANKRUPT STOCK FROM
SOLD BY SHERIFF AT LESS THAN
WILL BE OFFERED AT RETAIL THIS WEEK AT
Tho groat slaughter of prices will continue as stock
must be converted into cash.
Terrific reductions on the entire balance of stock,
WEST BRIGHTON BEACH
Brighton Beach Hotel and Raco Tract
I'AMT TUAINS, BT.Rf.AMT CAUii
FIJ.OIH NKW VOIIK.
Ilosislasn VfllfTKflALL 8T. (BaUarrH tarralana ft
ill eIrTBted railroads, boarl. trom 7. lu A. M.tolO.lOk.
I. : thcr.tfter IIAlV-IIOOULY until 9. 10 P. M... anl
at 10.40P.M. UUNUAYtltfintboatleirMat8.1tA.at.
lst train from West Urutbtoa at 11.08 1'. M.
JIXCUKHIOM T1UKBTM, 40 OBNTff.
On sala at all donn-traak stations alaratal roads,
tiood to return Tla "OULVKit" BttOOKLTH
ftOUrKtiwItboot eitta ctjarae, and toretnroto New
rork from MAWltATTAN UK AC 11 via Bar IUdsa or
iontt lslaod Our upon paneDt of dlfferano to far.
WANll A1TAN llKAOH TIUKh.TS.la.aed atNtwVark,
ars saod to return oicrtb. UUIiVKUluJUIUI)."
Trains leare 3d are. ndClthat.(8oatli Breoklja) halt
bourlj. Uscartlon tickets 25 cents. Leara th are. and
20th at. (Ureeowood) aferr 15 mtnataa. Kxourslon
ticket! BO oenti. but trains from tbe Beach ll.ut? and
ll.su P. M.
A1X IKON BTKAMtlOAT TIOKKTS ara xoodlo ra
tara Tla h are. and 20tb st. and all ojnneottnx borse
ALL. WAN H ATT AN DKACU TlCKGTd ara ood to
retnra Tla Urooilrn roaus. m
All f.ioarelon Tickets issaed at 9th are. and -J0th as.,
Brooltlrn. aie goiid lor FUkU. admission on the UHBAT
IRON l'IKK, eitendinc a Quirier of a mil Into tba
BOATS LANDINO ATTI1B OOSAIT PIERS si
Coney Island and Long- Branch.
Tlme-Tabla (or Oonsj IsUndt
FItO.lI WEST 23 MT.. N. R.-9, 10. 11 A.M.,
W SI. ; 1, l.ao. V.80. a. 15. 4.10, 5,8. 7, 8 and 9 P. M.
Hitbii rittit Muiv)rlo.j,'s. u.-tBatuir
rlaco station alsTated railrosda) half an hoar later.
LEAVE CONEY I-I.AN1I PIKllK-At 10.40,
ll.au A. Al.. la.iu, l.l'i. l.t'i. 3.25, 4.10. 5, B,5, 0.44,
.4ij B.40, 8.4U sod 10.80 P. M. , M. , ,
tr Tbe laat boat from Doner Island lands at Pier No.
'" Ia"!!: OONKY IBIJIND AND BKTUBN.
TIME TAnt,iT VOiT LONG BUANOH:
FItO.'t tVBHT 23l MT., N, U.-.3J A. M.and
' 5 PIPIEU iUVn a ' N U,-W "
nd ' ' nETUBNINOi
I.VAVB OCEAN PlttM U.1S P. U. and 8.15
tV Tbe last boat from Long- Branch Unda at Pier
?AIlkNTO"aVo!K BBANOn AND BKTUBN. 74
OhNlb. blNOLK FABK. 50OKNIS.
Kxcnrsion tickets to Coner Island and Long Branoh
aold at ail down-track atatlona eleraUd roads, with free
tranif-r between boutb I'errr and Balterr place for Jd
nd 3d are. pasaengers.
SHORTEST, CIIBAFBsiT AND IlEfJT
ToWt Brichtooand Urlcbton Bench Ilotel amd Ba
Traok, Betdl'i Ooooerta and Tbarer'a Pyrornn.
Boata 1.t Whitehall at., terminna of tha Rlaratad
roadi, t7.IO(8andiH.10). 8.10. tf.lOand half.hoarty
iBun J-tb erery 2U mlnntee) tfaftraftar until 10. U p. 51.
tatvinlDC. ' Conay UUod at 7.'22. 8,U'i .!, J'i. 10. W
andhair-uouiluntU lt.l'iP.M. Tlma to Coat? Ulnd,
ivzeunion ticket. 40 centa (foe aala al KleTatad
ttationi). voodalao to return to 3d ara., Brooklfn, and
zcbaDKabla there (or car fore on tbe Brooklyn Ottf
rallroada or to return by the Brian ton Beaeh lUUroad
on payment of dffrenr if fare,
Kioureioa tloketa to Uriah ton llotel and Kaea. Setdl'a
Concerte aud Tbiyer'a fakina ol ttvrr Orleana," In
clodluc fare on Oappal'a atacea or bea View Klerated
Itailroad, 45 eenta. By exclulTe contract, paaaenaera
re admit led til UK to the marreUoaa water dNpl.y,
Nlaaara and the ExDoaltton. and AT UEOUOtUJ
llATAia to Tbayer'a KlreworkaShow,
"TAKING OF NEW ORLEANS."
dl. Summer Resort
.HIMkw rare plioti.
AmmWmmmk mmmWi iteWHflae. U T ' COlCMt
UFVK-X bHI "HH KaBk BWlfc VOTld Of
jfryi H ftaH v A raotlre featarei.
Jm ST sM -fl H k i K trordiDf nnllmittd
mk W HaaflH A 1 rcLUUee for a idjd
AafltiHBkas inar eutlnr.
ail tVaeaatfll Bf W 1 B Hfmotl Htiturti Aqu.
sH B. W H w i fcBrt011 a1 l,b nd
H i.eKa.B H1H I'll Br Bee inoDlttra. Tee
V M M mm 111 S MY OrendOeoetrtetUtly
Ba .M M R WJLW BaperlorDltiDflraala
wHMHttHM,7 carta. II-
MXmXmXmXmXmXmr ffi'treei O'm
tfl.r DWm Hake. KUla
mmMXmLmMr D4)uUctlu4 Btb-
BmmmmW tne , Bo4Ulor, FUblnx
Maria, H.H.,foolOrtlBll St .., f. 4f, 10.44 A.U..1L00H.
.U,ltO,Lr,U. Jawill'a Whut. Brooklyn, M,ll.eo,ll.o4
al. M.. ii.li, i . I4f . a-4 P. M. m Btrwt, EMt niTr,e.M.
ui,li.ioA.M.titi, iu.a.11, 4.14, 4.i r.k. nirruiu.ij.ti
-I4t Oltn lilted tlmoit hourly nattl T. M.
XXCDRfllON T1CKKT8. eOa IXTH4. BOATS CtTHSATB.
N. Y. & ROCKAWAY BEACH RY".
IIAII.Y.-LKAVE I.ONO ISLAND OITY, T, 0.06.
lii.io, fi.iu A, it. i i2.iu,l.oo, a. 15. 8.H6, a.w, .iv.
6.45. 1.0, H.lli, U.IK), 10.05, 10. VS. 11.15 P. M.
-iKUAVH (INl'.Y.-tKAVll LONO ISLAND
CIIV, 7.10, 0.10, ll. lu. 10 66. 11.60 A. M. i half bourlj
from f3.IMo4.1j,0.1a..16 (1.(1,7.06, 7.36, 0.00,8.35,
S.00, . 1 1,05. lu. 60. 11.40 P. it.
Arverno nntl Far Rockaway
SI'lIfJIAI. JlXIMtK-S TltAINH.
LRAVR U U CUT, 7.M, V.S9 A. M.i 108, 4.37,
'AiIN.VaVSONIA.-LRAVK L. I. OITY, 10.86
A, M.: 1. 411, 8.411, 0.45, O.il'IP. il.
N. V. TlllHHT UthflOl'. 71 nitOtDWAV.
BOWERY BAY BEACH
tbe iae.t beautiful and popular Fatnll bummer lleeort,
only lf5 mloutra' atl trom New Yotk. Aeoeeatble bf ele-
fantste.mbuate IKILIIM.Y from llsrl.m llridae, Hast
SOibat. and ad are,, trom 0 A. M. lo3 P. M, direoti
to Grand Pier, llowery Hay Heaentrsre, 15a. t eioarelon,
UOo. , cblliiren. 6o.t excur,lou, iO.'. t also, by boree rail
road, from VJdet (Astoria) ferrr. from 6 A. At. till mid
nlatit. Fare. lOoi-nta.
hTKAllhKtf LKAVK DAILY. E.R.. N.Y., Broome St.
lu.80andX90i 1UJ Bt,,il A.M., Of.M. irouna trip, 2io.
IOnT LKK PA11K DAILYTIMB TABLK.
OIIANU HOUND KXOUUalON, iJo, rhUlatha
rnost dillbttul tlma In tbe whole year to eee tbe
MVOKUMIKNOWNKD PAUSAUKS and RIVKUaiDIi
l'AUK, A teu-mlle aajl up the (IIUTOKIU UUUBUN.
tteaniers trom Canal st. at 10. 11 A. At., 1, '1. 3.3U,
6, '0. IM. Wand V.JIOP. Al., landing at 2nd ao4
flltb sis., N. 11., 10 and 15 mlnotea later, ..
liar. Fort Ue 'B.JU, -LW). 1I.0 A. Mu 13 M.. 3.
3.80. 4.45. , .J, MO. .0and 10P. If. IMDIOAT Ka
all Ibe InKIIUIIdTaTU landings are mads. Bundle
Nnrli liaa brn Itte recent proreM m our
branoh ot t nana try that wa are now able to affirm that
the Jaraea Uemt $4 Shoe it In ereryreeDeot equal to the
ehoee wiiioh onty a few yeara ao were retailed at 8 or
Hl. if you will try on a pair you will be convinced thai
we do not exaccerat
Onrs are the orlginattU and 84 ahoes, and those who
Imitate our system of bastnesa are unable to compete
wltb as Id Quality of factory products.
In our lmea wa ar tba largest maDuf aotarers tn the
rtbora from pur celphrntrd factory are Hold
by wlde-stwakr retailer. In rill part, of the
conatrr. Vo will piao. tbrm easily witbbi yonr raoh
inanrBtat. or T.rritory It yon will tnTeet leant tn a
postal card and write to as.
JADIRH ItlftANS As CO..
41 I.lncolu rtt., floaton, Masa.
Foil lines of tba shore shoe, for e.le in H. Y. CITY at
81 Nassau st. 1 276 Uowery. near Prince at. 1 7 27 Broad
way, oor. 8tb are. and 14th at., t3 Bowery. 645 8tb are.,
aW. Hra 14I0. 3173 and 3691 Sd are. . 160 Canal .'.., Ifll
greenwlcb St., 87 Are. A, 873 Grand st. In
ROOKLYP at 139. 467 Myrtle are., VI 1 Orand st.,
83-IKulton St., Hi 6tb are. In JKIWKY OITY at 34,
137 Newark are. In NBWARK at 859 Uroad st.
JAMR3 MEANS'SfSand 84 BUOKS-PRIKOIPAI,
agent, Uocan, 336 Bowerr, ne.r Pnnoeet.
T. g. AalCUBK. Auctioneer.
VILLA IUCSIDBWOKa AMD LOTS
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
it filiate Far!,
Wednesday Afternoon, Aug. 22,
BKVHRAL UAHDBOME NKTTLY BUILT DWELL
INQB and 160 choice Tilte plot, will be offered In this ebaloe
settlement to tbe highest bidders W1TUOOT IIK8KU
V A 1 ION, Fifty per cent, of tbe price of tha dwellings
east remain on bond and mortgage. Parsons deabiog
homes In a choice locality, and tuoae aeaking profltable
tuTestment, should attend this sale. Far., br commu
tation, 10 cents. Title guaranteed by policy of tbe
TITLtt OUARANTEB AUD TRUST COMPANY
without expense to buyers.
KDINGEH'S MILITARY BAND AND COL
LATION AS USUAL.
Tree tlcketa and maps by addressing
IIITCnCOCH'S HEAL ESTATE OFFICE,
14 CHAMBERS ST., NKW YORK.
HOME, SWEET HOME.
the gkkat ritonMni
of aecurin the reward of ioduatry and frugality that has
taxed the bralui of tbow.ee aad good for all ceoeraUoua
baa been praotlcaliy eolved hy
JUIUC. JOHNSON, JUM
who la eeillnc beautiful, aooeoMblelotaaa
hyatt yjijgjv, wWSIffltf' "'
rAYADLU 6 ANOSIO fllONTOLY,
EA8T NKW jjy c p'ejv A SS"1"1"0' 8eT
PAYAD1.B 810 AND MM 'ftlONTIILY. .
Fare from 6 to 7 cents. Time 01 travel from 16 to 31
tulnulee from New York, including fairies. Maps aad
f reaaxouralon tickets ot J KHK. JOUNbOM. JU.,WIIiu
artyst.. M.wYora. and aJ rulton at., Brooklyn.
Painless extracting without ebarre If artiJotat teeth
are to be Inserted; elegant Pnll OutnHels. 4tl reis.
pearl, uaahcolored. 07; gold combination. 81 It oontie
uoua rum, platina-dned, poroeuua-enamalled, gij;
ieeth ailed teeth repaired In one beort sets la buss
tours whee required. A lady la etteadauee,
NOB. 6M AMD (04 D AYK.,
oathwest earner Uttbstt
RO. 860 6TR AVK., J DOU11S I1ULOW 3S0 IT..
AND 373 WllBT oeTIl bT OOlt. 8TH AV8.
C. H. & C, MODEMANN..
pr sa, tusea tn tne rana noapitaia in piaaaer aopaiua
I SUM land eubebe will ear la to hears old ure.au
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF NKW JERSEY.
FOOT UUfRTY BT.NqilTII RIVU1U
TIME TAIIUE. JULY 1. 1888.
For PhUadalphis and Trenton, Uoaad Brxok Route, at
4, 7,46, . 11 A. M. j 1 H), 3.16, 4, 6.30. 7.30 13 P.M.
Bunday.B.4 A.M.1 6.80, la P. M7
Parlor care on ail daj trains. Uleeplag care on mldntcht
For Kaaton, 4,8.45, T.H 80 A.M. 1, 8.4S. 4.SU, 3.4)
P, It. bunday, 8 A. M. i 6.80 P. M.
"Vr J?,Abl5bfu,'A.,flto.'IB. 8 1' 8S0 M'l
1, 3.46, 4.3', 6.45 P. M.
F ItVueb Obonk, 4.00. 1.00, 8.80 A. M, LOO, S.tt,
Fir Wl'keibtrra. Pltlston and Usraaton. 8.3J A. U.t
sToi lake itcpaUong, 8,4. 8.80 A. M. 4.60 P. It.
Forilad Hans, Looa; Braneb. Ocean Grore, Tla all rail,
AO..4A0. 8.16, 8.30. 11.16 A. U.I 1.8), 3.80,3.36,
4.00. i.M, 6.60, 6.16 P. M. Mundara feaooDt Oo.aa
Urore), 0.110 A. M.I4.U0P. M. I'arlor car. at It. Co,
IU0, 11,16 A. M. 1 1.30, 8.311, 1.30, b.J) P. Al.
ForLakeuood, Mancheter, Tnrni Itirer aad llarnegat,
4,80. 8.16 A. M,, 1.3U, 4.8U P, M,
. ' bIVidy'iiook. r6utb
lor LONG UllANt II, OUUAM UUOVE, As..
For tllgbiaaid Beach, Ha.brlgbt, Monmouth Beasb and
Long raaek. 4.80. 8.00. V.M7 11.08 A. M.i 1.09.
I'sfp'tr"1' bandsjs. ".HO. 1L0O'a,M.
For Klberon, Asbury Park, Ocean Oroya, Ao.,8,00. 11,01.
ILOOA. M..1.00. 3.48ra.80, 6.80 P.l. ' '
For AlUntioftlgblanda, 4.80, 8.00 A. M. (1,00 Satur.
dsiaoaly), 8.i 4,30. 6.H0V". U.
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