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HE K: J THE WOULD: MONDAY EVENING, SE?TEMJ:KH ", 1S80.
Lf LABOR MUST BE THERE. H: r aVJLH'' W Hj ;p General Hatter Worhmnn Powderly on the K- $ World's Fair. K if; H. (', GREATEST EVENT OF THE CENTURIES. B ' w eatsHt ' aft ITfrlVmfn Should Vnttt to Make It a Jlar- H, ' iK '' rellotu euccritTliHr out I Dmiaude K Mt ITIM Br TcicetUn hrtrv Whirling Wheel WEP', 5r A arratWjeet.J.eiion n All the I'rob. Hl , jf' trim the Time. eaveaH'' imtt iwbittiw rrriLiT ron Ttir. wontn.i eaveaK- i & T'no bl'tory became. It aervea aa a snldo LsiLeB' E" or ,lin 'otnre. A" onr butorioii are of Die past K wB. that of tlie prcrent Is bclwr made every day K 8tti "' " ro atfl doloe onr part in crcctlnir tbo Hfi, JHC atrnctnre. Hp 3K To thoxe who wortld profit bvtho hlitoryof iHK 'V the Pro"cn' day. nll,lc tncro '" vct tlmo fnr "lcm LslLeB Xfv act on " no occ lon can l0 n,ore auaplcioui KL !w "1,n hat '" called a World's 1'alr. When the lajeatVb & present Exposition l at an end in Pari, and Hf (JET the pooplo of Europe) return to their ovcrr-day Btv 'jKj occnpatlona, they will know more of tho history K- 'W? r Europe than if they upcut the remainder of S .:i their liven in reading tbo production" of men BL' Iff1 who looked through but onnpalrof elanroH in HE ' jffij ' writintt tbo historic" of tho pant, and what wc, flt K to-day, call tho priteut A World' Fair in bet- Hb II ji ter than hlatory, It ia an oblect-lcaon for the HK lET men of to-day, and it make lilMory for those, of H-' "jM the future. Kp 4j If there ia a clam of pooplo in America who HE ' I': rhordd take a deep interest in tho World' Iair, Hb ,gR; to bo held in 1802, that clam l mado up of Hf' !j- those whose labor mutt bo put foi tli to mako tho stK' 1& coming: event a nc:ea. Every vvorkitiBmati. H ftffi particularly tboao who bolonK to labor orcani- Hf. ? zationa, should act h fly tnsaRe in making the H )E World'a Fair of 1KI)2 the most noteworthy event K '(Myi of ita kind tho ceuturlca bavo overvrltnosse'd. fH ifr. 'We have talked of the nobility or toil, of the Bk m algnityof labor, of tlouoith of tho laborer Ht. jR nDd the dependouco on hia toll whirb the nation P tt feela. We havo read of the age of Monc, or the H 'ml, iron age, and have amlUd In wilting the hl- HK iW tory of the aco of Mccl: we are now wltnexalng E' S;- tbemanellouaarliicvemci ta of theageof dec- R? .IK tricity, and on vbat occaalon can wc enter npnn Ht, flK (he ago of Itidtihtry.in all that the word implloi', Ht, ifjt l1'1 uoro hope of succcph than on the dav wc K rSk rcn tho doorH and let in motion tho machinery S $?, of the World'a I'air of lRt)'.', He ng Labor muat take a itcep, indeed a aelflah, Kk'' 43bI iotetett in thf event and be prorared to demon- K ' atrata to all who gallur thcro tuat all of it Hk ''fc claim are Jimt and baaed on equity. In tho BjE " machinery, which will arome tho wonder and H MW' admiration of thi'Viiltor. will ho exhibited tho Hj&- mr reafon why tbo workman aaka that tho hnurx of H' labor heicducodi he will be enabled to point to iHi ' ht& tool of a century ago and trace ita ovo- K ,K lutlou down through tho yeara until it flnda per- w '3k fectlon in the marvellous wonder-working ma- H mL' chine of to-day. Up can dcruonHtrate that it H haa enabled na to ei'Jov, aa i ercxe HIok, what H$' ffi our ferefath era could not procure e en aalnxu- Hf fF riea, and it will bo in tiia power to ahon- that Hu 5P- these invtntiona are tho direct result or the kill Hli TK- and patient thought or workers. It can be iHro 'JL ahown that mcro f econda of timo will witucia P- -Wsj.- tho production or more or the world's goods in Hfr )W'' 1802 than hours did In 17na. The population K" Mi r the world cannot keep pace with the power to K 'ftr' produce the neresi-itlcs and luxuries or tbo Rk !m pecple, and tho argument in iavorof arcduc- M rap"' tlonof tho hours or to.l will itsuo forth from Bff, tt) the 1mm of every wheel. T'" Jfc The product or mine, harvest field, loom and aBft E- enginery will be there, and thoso who advocate H JR thelevyiruof the taxes or the nation npon tho JE $', land will find abundant argument to show that Hjfl Jr; all things ui-crulcomo from tho earth, and that iiB i' "le 'u"c,t HIcrty ahonld bo aicordcd men who Hji'.i; &, rcP tho rcnaids it holds foith to willing lmiid. BS MB HenrvOcorgo will bo enabled to speak the iB ?M- tuot thrilling v.nrds or hla llr in the pioseneo Bffl. "IM of the eloquent nittJCtscH that v,111 surround him Mt. iff In every departnitnt of tho Exposition. "1'rog- iHlLf vP reva and rnverty"may bo antly illuKtratednn Bw. Ity the Hurra of the World's Fair, and ptogrcsa li' iJe from poverty may bo begnn. KM SL Edward Bellamy may Mand at tbemapaivc HyF tjif doors and tty: "Hire, wirkingin perfect v yf bamony, wo find tho various acenclesof pro- HBk C dnction; no clashing; no jarring; tach per- to '" forming its reparato part; all working for the HjE' 7 whole. Carry tbi- htill fnrther, and opcr- V '& te the nation, aa tho nation operates this, and -' 'W'. mr dream is realized and induntry dUcn- HS' thralled." BE' fjK Laurence Oronlund may ta'io eminent satis. Hfljl 9b . faction in raying: " Ucio is a co-operative com- H m monwealth doing itanork within these walls. 2, jfc litre are all of the cicmenta of production, of 57'-' !$$ which I liae written, doing on a tmall scale E 5s1 what can be dono on a far larger one for the H ' S? benefit of the world of brothers. " Kl' m From the moment the fii8ti.rade full of earth Blt S& ia thrown up in digging the fonndations until If the electric button is touched to sot tho ast ma chinery in motion labor must be exercised. Everything to bo seen will be the rosult of man's labor. Nowhere will there be found anything to commemorate the aloth of the idler. No depart ment will how bow skilfully the gambler fleeces hia victim. No part vt ill teach how men 1 rob each other in the rush for udi!n wealth. All. everything, willccmmcmorateakill. Indus. ' try, art and t-cienco; and, whether it be agri cultural or mechanical, it mutt all bo founded on iabor. ThW being true, the worklnginen abould exert themselves 111 the direction of bringing out the good points in every depart ment of productive enterprise. . There thouid be erected somewhere on the H. if Exposition grounds two dwellings; one the H? hovel of the laborer, tho other the palace of the H t xnllloraire. 'lbetaniiicniedltvomau. as sho E- tolla her weary hours, ahonld bo rcpic cnted HLajfMBk aide by side with trie one v,ho takes ada tago jlMB of her poverty. The ncs which both make or BH!W;fliBT their jrocceds should in some nay bo illus. El TC jP trated. KXtsKMJP1 In a Ietter written by mo In 1885, on the BlMBUr Pouth, I raid; "I wish that every Northern HHHjr man could make at leat one visit tothoHouth Hp and that every Southern man could return the p ' compliment, We would then learn that tho Hk m South is really ' in tlu f addle.' but only with a Hf Te !' to riding sido by aide with tho North in the HHJt! ,$ onward match or progress." K a. I the Exposition tocome.willthoopportnnltv Hwl W bepracnted to men from all i-ect ons tnrnme HWi ft' togither and get acquainted, not only with each Hgf 4 other, but with what each can do to produce tor HKr i, the other's use and happiness. On no other oc- Hr A caaion can we find tho time to stop working tor Wrv W abort period and study to Kitch advantage tho W if results of our labor as tiny will b exhibited to K fi the gaze of the world of sightseers. H, ' It seemstomethatMieclaldcpartmentxahnuld Df .W he aet apart tor the exhibition or tho ro-ulUnf HR ,v mach'nery, electricity and invcntlo'. of all MW kilda. All of tbi will tend to thnw how ear it HI M become' for tlioe who coi tro the e vumablo HW ageueiea to ab'oib the earnings of labor and HW , the wealth of the nation. It will show that, ir 1 HHfti m much can be done with the n achii ery or the ' HK W nation control ed by 'a 'ew. there would bo no ' M end to tie wonders wn tight by the many ir H; they, too, were not control. ed by thui-e who HHJk ' ''old away over tho machinery aud inventions or HHjL at' tD " HR X' Tomy mind, the greatest benefit to bo de. Hit "i ' rived from the coming Exposition will bo the K, i necesiit), which will be made appatent, for the ' 1' education of the mases. I do not mean In the HJ -' ordinary rudiment or learning alone, but their HHKf education lu the need of the hour. Wc require , Vfi' iw HWaH fSss' ' education to teach n how dependent we are on each other, how much we owe to each other and how valueless would be tho effort of one, unaided by others. Again, with com plete revolution accomplished in the Add of production, it must not be expected that men of limited education ran keep paco and step with the future, as thev did with tho past. Wc have, in tho past, witnessed tho dropping out or thou sands becanao thry did not undctatand how to keep touch with tho fellows. The lo-sona of tho "v "'Id's Fair,' if properly underwood, will ci aVo all men to decide with creator accuracy wiat the result of their laboi will bo when thrown on tho market Itcganllng the " World's Fair " or IBns aa an Industrial exposition, 1 believe that all working men should take an espec al interest In it and leave nothing nndono to mako it a success. OR. GUYLER ANU MR. GLADSTONE The Noted Divine Arrives Home mid Talks of the English Slnltsmnn. After an absence of threo months, Itev. T)r. Theodore L.Cuyler, pastor of tho Lafayette Ave, Presbyterian Church, reached homo last even ing, lie had spent hia vacation In Enuland and Bootland. and returns as healthy and happy as hl friends could wish. Tho Hcrvla, with Dr. Cuylor on board, reached tho fJutiard pier, at tho foot of Houston street. New York, at 8 o'clock, and Dr. Cuylcr, his wifo thoso or his immediate family who wcro on hand to receive him boarded the cutter Manhattan and wcro brought to Fulton l'erry. Carriages wero procured there and tho party was drivou to Dr. Cnyler'a homo. No. 17(1 Bouth Oxford street. Union services wero being held in the Lafavettcavcnuprburcb as the pastor and his friends wcioboiPB dtiveu past, with Dr. Bart lett. ot Lexington, Mass., in tho pulpit. Dr. C'nyler goes to f-'aratoga this wet k. and will atay there uutil Sept. 1C, when his church will bo re opened. Just before leaving his house to take supper with a neighbor tho doctor talked interestingly about hia trip to a Worlu reporter. "I never onjovod a vacation so much in ray lire, and I am aixty-sovuti years old,'' said he. "Everything combined to mako it pleasant, excellent pooplo on board, both going and re turning, and not an uninteresting day on tbo other side." " Did you meet Mr. Gladstone t" " Yes, ho and I aro old and warm frionds, and when ho heard that I was in London ho ent for me. That was tbo day ho received the Cardiff deputation, and a I knew he had an important rpecch to deliver 1 did not want tn tiro him out. As a matter of fact, 1 thought 1 hould not atay more than a few moments, but hia comer, tlnu was so delightful and entertaining that I could not get away lor half an hour. lie foro going ho presented my wire with one or tho best photngianhs or himself that 1 ever saw. It's upstairs in my ttunk, aid I wouldn't part with it for all tho oil-paintings that artists ever put brush to. Ml. Gladstone, to my mind, is ono or the mont won. derfnl specimens of phyical aud mental vigor allvo to-ilay. Ho ia eighty yiars old, hut hia eye ia aa bright and hia mind as keen as a man of hair that age. In the cour-e of our con v ersation lie got on tho Irish qtiostlon. and such ound common-nemo and practical knowledge as hu dlanl. red while di cussing it would havo sururiscd those who consider him largely an imaginative man." "Was j our stay in Scotland pleasant?" Unusually so. For tho last tlvo dsya of my visit I was tlie giiPKt of Mr. Alexander Allan, tho owner or the Allan lino of steamers on tho Cly c. lie came furt miles in hi" yacht to bring us to hl hotirc. nnd tho vnyagu among tho Hcotch lakes in tho the tlncst scenery it Soot, land was someth ug worth going thero a?aln lor. Wlillo I was in Edinburgh I'ror. Ilcmy Drummoud called on me." " Weioyou active, religiously, whilo abroad?" ies; 1 preached several tunes and tho day beioro I came away. I conducted aoi. vice- lu (lie loung Mens Chri'tlau Aa' elation Hall in Liverpool. Tho Lord Mayor of that city moved a votu of thankn to mo vvlicn 1 got through. 1 was aimllaily honored 011 Weeluesaav evening alter tho set vices on board tho Hervia. when the Earl of Mcath txprescd the gcroral thanks of the hoo pastngcrs to mo for myscrmon. By tho way, that Lnul Mcath Is a good man. lie ia a lit. hearted, generous Irish nobleman, and his wl-e is nuo of tho moKt charltab 0 ami philanthrope women in London. 'Ihcyaio coming hiretn vi-it friends and seo tho rountry. cs," con. eluded the doctor, " I had a ttrst-chuB timo and am 111 good condition to roumc work." Among the other pas.engors on the t-'ervia was Supervisor Oariot Utillt-u of tho Eiovoutli v ard. Mr. Cnllou spent tli 3 bigget 1 art of his vacation in Inland aud returns home twenty pounds heavier than when he went away. He has a dozen blackthorns, or the most approved stylo, for distribution among hia triend, aud the suit of Irish tweed that he wears will never wear out, he says. Tho Supervisor' health never was better. 1'RICE SLATED TO WIN. Tuesday's Concreaaionat Contest In tbe Third Louisiana District. IrrrriAi to tbf woumv i Wasihsoton, Sopt. 1. The election for Con. giessman in tho Third Louisiana District to HU the vacancy occasioned by tho death or E.J. Gay takes place on Tucday next. Tho Demo cratic candidate, Andrew Vrice, is a son-in-law ur tbe late Congressman. Ihellcpubiican can didate is Jamen Minor. Botli aro sugar planters and have arge interests in tho district. Although Mr. Gay was threo times elected to Congress by largu majorities, the lie publicans claim the district aud are already a-aerting that ir Mr. Pnco is elected Mr. Minor will contest the scat and bring tho whole matter holoio tho next llou-e. 'lliis threat is ba-ed upon tlu a-umPtoii that tlie cn.ored voters ih ghe to Mr. Mii.ora solid supp, rt. hx. Congressman La an, or New Ur.ean , vvlio loit lionm only a Ion days ago, leached hoie to-day ami. .11 couver-afiou with tuo cor. lespnndcnt ofiiir. WoitLii. aaul "I expect to see .Mr. 1'rico carry the district by a good ma lonty. lie wl.l buvo the solid support ot his own party aud get besides a number 01 lie nub lican votes. Mr. .illnor. whilo perminany u cover man, is not popular as a llopubiican can innate. His 110111 nation etividud his party In lie district, and untiling, in my judgment, can 1.l.t'.lL,l.', ''resell. 1 ho original fli-publicana, the Did (iiiard,' aa they term therascves, did not Ml him. 'Ihey prtleirel aomo man of their own stupe. 'Ihey look 011 .Mr. .vniior with 11 ptcion. and with good rea-on. Ilowaaoneor thooriginatnir of theino tine thaviug loi t .ohieet the (stall llshuitu t of a whi le man's Rep blican put ty In I da Buiitli. aiiileen in Iho puo t campaign, wln.a jnhc. tine the support 11. the eooicd voters. 1 e lias (tiplioiisly hept their fpc.eis ami other reiuo mtative men in the hacktioniul. T 0 00 iseiiuei ce will bo that 011 tho av of election the stay.atjlinino enured Republican, whnleel that they have been ubbed bv the r imitv's candidate, will died thu i--n in Mr.' I'rices tavor. iir. 1'ilce. nnueover. i 1 known to the coluied people ot tho district a an upiigl I man of atlaim who always deal- Jnllv w th tlifin aud with uveiyhody. The leadiiK iiitnes wakened in the ca 0 grow nut in the tint thai it Is tho i-t at. tenintiirthc Nat nuil A in ni-tiat on to weaken tbe J cuineralie 1 ai ti bj tbrnwin its in.iiiei co in avni ut aman itc lit eonvi rted Horn tho Deuoeiac. ami seeieliy tipio cd by the old car-pet-baggeis." 1 m Nrtr Itlon.l (or Ibr I. on nvllle Tram. sirrui Tnir wnnr.n 1 LotusviLE, Sept. 1. -Flanagan, formerly with the Athletic, has been signed to play tirst for L'ulsville. Ryan and McDcnnott constitute the new battery for which Louisyl lo ha been angling for tvvo weeks. 'I hey were signed jes. tcrday. ( larkson, a broibir or !o toi'scriick Idteher. has been signed to pitch bejo. He eoiuMltow tho Tn-State League. j I g. iaiuv 1.. . , . c ,. , GBEEh'lUD Oil TI OTHER. 1 1 lie Thinks MtElvnlne Too Cool in Demeanor and Probably Simulating. " WHO KNOWS HOW HE ACTS AT NIGHT?" Tbe Ulan U ho Was 'onvlrtrd af Kllllnc l.ymsn H. Week Talk of lbs Lnea Trnrdr and Hava It Wn llarrlblr In 111 O Inlon IMrl'.lvalne's Only DefeDSt Can fir Inaanlly. Yestetday was a mnrh cooler and more agree able day to tho murderer and other prisoners confined In Raymond Htrict .'ail than it was to the general public who en'oyed all theadvan tarrci of freedom. Charles McElvalne, the mur derer of Groier Ltica. I Just a much of an onfgms to the Jail authorities as be was when he first c tcred tho jail. Ho i even a pnzz'o to hi frllow-prlsoncis, who seo him every day aa ho take his oxcrcisc. Men or tho worst character, and hardened crimlra's who have bee born and brought up in vico and who understand thoroughly Its chatactcr. aio compelled to con fes' that McElvalno puzzles them by hia ele meat or. Although he docs not whittle and sing any mnro, aa ho did last week, he carries himself In tho same cool, calm and defiant manner. He arose early yestcri'ayand ate a hearty break fast of the regular rrlson fare. Ho passed the morning In reading, and at noon ate an exceed ingly hearty dinner, for which ho had roast beef, green pea and potatoes. Ilia dessert con slated of fruit, bread and collco. Warden Brymcr said to The WonLD reporter; "McElvalno has a wonderful appetite lie can eat gorid heartv meal at all tttr.o. Even in the middle of tho night ho wakc np and complains of being hungry and asks for rood. Ilia food is the samo as that given to tho other nrlioneis. but he has tho privilegoof buying from the Sheriff's table. Ills aister tent h ra a little money and he has spent it on eatable." Gicenwald, who is awaiting hi second trial for tho n-uider of Lyman H. Weeks, resta a quietly and as comfortably at tho Jail as though he had 1 ot been once cnte eod to lie hanged for the crime. Ho spond nearly all his timo in reading the papers and books, lis receive the the regular priron faro, but is a very noor cater. He is. nevertheless, in excellent lnalth. When ircn by Tnr. Wcmi.n reporter yoMcr ay he was taking hi daily cxercne and enjoying a bri k walk aroivd tin coirldar in company with Jockey Htone. Grccnwald ii a rather good look ing man and is of more than ordinary intelli gence. Ho smiled when greeted by the roporter. and in an wer to a query a to tho atato of bis health, be said: "lam feeling very well indeod, thank you, and I have evciy hone for the future." " Have yon read the account nf the murder of Grocer Luca? " asked the reporter. "Ob. yosl I read 'iitE Wont.ii every morn ing, and I read the whole account." r' bat do you think of it ? " "I don't like to mv anything about it, be oan e, ynu sec, McKlvalne takes hia exercl e with me. aud I wouldn't care to create any bad feeling between us." "Without considering it In a personal light, what is yoi r opinion ot it ? " "Ithirklt is a very bad thing Indeed, and horrible In its details. No man has a right to del berately take tho llfo or another for a few paltry dollars. Howover, I don't think that McKlvalne went into tho man' house with the intention or murdei ing. Ho was caught in the act or stealing and the idea of twenty year im prisonment flashed through his mind, tie ia vonng and lire is sweet to blmao he fought for bis liberty." Oreeuwald then denounced an evening paper for publish!' g a nppood interview with 51c Elva no in which it waa stated he said that ho would plead cir-dercnc. Oreeuwald said: "Do you think that McElvalno said that? Not he. ir ho did it was verr foolish, for he waa caught In the act with blood on his hand and all the proof t'ead against him. Hi only chanco lion in pleading inanitv." " What do you think or tho manner in which he carries himself?" " Ho la very cool: too cool, in faot. Ho doesn't seem to realize what ho has done Who knows but that all his coolness ia only of the nutwnrd torm. Neither you nor I know how ho net atuigbt whou ho Is all byblmselr. with Jin one to seo him or to fathom hi thou lit. None but the roan himself know what lies at tho bottom of his heart." DinCcn ami Oulnlan, McElvalno' associates In tbo murder of Grocer Luca, ato Just as quiet and crotfnllon aa the after is calm and defiant. They maintain the samo letlconco a they havo dono all along. Carrie McKlvalne. tho wife of Charles McEl vatni, ecins vet v well latl fled with her quar tera In thu jail aud appears to be in no particu lar lain y to leave. PCRSONAL ND PERTINENT. President Harrison intenda to give up hand ahal.lng, but apparently ho has no thought of shaking tho offlco-scckcr instead. King Kalakana, of the Bandwlch Inlands, 1 not Inclined to punish tho man and three boys who recently laid siege to his pahue. In point of service the oldest pilot on the Find soultlvor is Ezra I. Hun tor, who haa stood at the wheel for forty-eight conseoutive years. Ho run- from Albany to Ncwburg. The oldest living graduate of Williams Col lege is tho Itev. Herman Ualney.or East Aurora, N. V. He is ninety-six years old and was gradu ated from Williams in 1811. Herbert Spencer' health la greatly improved, and he will soon resume work on hia synthetic philosophy. Having built up his system phyal cally, he will now do the aame thing philosophi cally. A newsraper vote on the bet known man In Boston ia being taken. Benjamin F. Butler haa a long lead, w'th Moses Pearson, the blind acia. aors-grindcr. a good second. Jamoa Russell Lowell and John L. Rtillivan aie dark horses, one 01 whom may yot win. Honry Bach la the namo of a hnnter who re cently made a remarkable shot on Beaver It ver, in the Adirondacks. He saw two deer standing in tho water no more than ten yards apart. He fired, and his bullet passed through the firat deer and Inflicted a mortal wound on tho second. Henrv E. Dhey has been undergoing a course or treatment this Bummer to reduco his weight. Ho has wMkcd fifteen miles a day, exercised with club and dumbbells and lived on a slim diet. Ho ia now reduced to Adonis-liko propor tions and all dangor ot ovor-corpulonce is past ror tho moment. Bcnr.on, tho "Jubilee riunger," In hia re cently published book tclla a remarkable tale of follv. Op his first horso race be lost (30,000. Afterwards Ida love wern aa high a '.'o, 000 a wtek. At caul he has lost a high aa $10,000 anight. Once he loit 1.10, 000 in ten minutes, while waiting for a train. Tho Ouren Regent of Rpatn and her family wcrewcii'hedrccontli'at Fan Bebastien. King Alfono weighs itfi pounds; hl mother, the ' Otieen Regent, UK; hleldct later, the Prin ccs of tho Astttrias. 48; the Infs-ta Maria The lesa. 4ft. Ihevvho'o family, therefore, neigha three ponuda lesN than Ex-CJueen Isabella, who tips tho scale at 241). , Hpeaking or the wiro or the Proldcnt or France a cniresiondcnt aaya: "Jtme. Carnot Is or medium 1 clcht. ol ve complexion, Roman features. Her carr ago has pos iblva suggea. tlon nr (clr-con cionancss, which may be wholly dne to her Intensity of eve-an intensity at onco to bo explained by her deafness She spends I her morniuga habitually in the privacy or do mes! c duties, 81m looks personally after the education of her e-hildicn. Pho speaks English w tli tuo English governess, Italian with the Ita.ian. fiho reada the best literature in the hours of seclusion with her husbaud and frionds, and is as well infoimed as be about everything that is going on lu the w odd. " JUST WHAT THEIR IDEAS ML ...... . Christian SrlrnlUUSnvThflr Religion Dock Awojr v.llh medicine. WHAT IS THOUGHT BY THEM CF COD Tn Atrnffhty Would l?e a Nonentity With, at Alan. Thev Asaerl They Do Not Think There I Dealh, and Thry d'vr Thrlr Thanaal an the .tlarrlnsn lie Home Prominent .Ifemticr. Tn tho Tirtt Church or Christ, No. 1317 Pelford avenue, where the Chr'st'nn Pclontit of Brooklvn have formed tlnm-elvoR Into a congregation, thero was a larre audio- co vet r darmornlng, when I'cv. F. F. Vaon made an addrcs on the aim- an ' prlnclplei of Chri'tlau Srlei'ce. Tlie congre 'at on was mainly com posed of the fair sex, a thongh thoro wa a 'arge spnnkll a or men whoso dros and beari"g spoke of distinction In bnsincs and prnfess'onal circle, a 'act which will be ace ei tod when It I stated that W. H. BeareMcc. Becretary or t'10 Btandard Oil Trust, la tho I'rosldcnt of Iho new Board or Trustee. The fashions of the season were well and beau tifully represented lu the drcses or the women and girls, an ' tho Rev. Mr. Mason, a mai who bear a striking tescmblancn to Postmaster He-drlx. wa ll'tcncd to with the l.ceii look or Interest that betrayod the devotee. Over the beads of tho people strung bv an almost in visible wire from tho dome. wa tho dove or rcaco. Tho platform was set tn rcprcont a parlor scene, the aofas ad chairs being artlstl cally arranged against the painted curtalu with realistic effect. THE BTUPT Or CHH1RTTAK BrlETE. Mr. Mason said that he bad been asked to pre. pare for tbe morning' discourse an exegesis of Christian Science. " embodying ft funda mental principles and sovereign nrccepts,"but a concise rtatement, bo maintained, would mean much, and to Intelligibly explain tho t1 e tenets of the sclcnco in one hour would bo as Impossible a to elttcldato tho principle, of mathematics tn the same tlmo " Just how much Christian Pclonco the world will tolerate." raid he, " is a question of grave importance. Christian Ho'c 00 lsaorngreaivo religion. It must bo tt ied, lived, demon, stratod, ero it ethics can be reduced to human comprehension, for Christian Etlenco is the antithesis nf physical science. It affirms that tho external world In no manner declares tho existence or a Supreme Being. In other words, Christian Science rolutca tbe testimony nf the senses, and declaros them unreliable witnesea, not once or twice but every time aud on ovcry point. They bear no test mony to God. You cannot see God, you cannot feel God, you can. not hear God, you cannot taato God. " In his parable of tho sower Jean paid that some soed brought forth thirty, some sixty, somo one hundred fold. Other churches bring their thirty fold, sixty fold, but Christian Scicnco haa nothing material in its principles; It is Im maculately aplrtual and bringa one hundred told. It ia without ono taint of matter, one germ of sin. having a philoophy and a theology which are inseparable and which support and siiftaln each other." The apeaker likened Christian Science to a seamless garment, all pure wool, and he pointed out that error is mot likeiy to pi ov ail whilo people iff ore tho command of Paul. "Prove all things, bold faat that which la good. Chris, tan Science, he contended, would lift man above tho material to tho spiritual and dis associate him irom the aphero of sin. CnnlSTIAN SCIENCE A NEW ELIXIR. "Wo seo nothing in the gravo," said Mr. Masou, " but the conception of onr own thought. Man is no mote conscious or death than of hia birth, and whatman was ever cumcious of Ins birth ?" Hu argued that Chrl'tian Polenco will lift man above death would leave no necessity for ph. sicians or drugs. " Christian cienco says to the deluded mortal who bow bo'oro these drugs," remarked Mr. Mason, "'Behold! tho Gtoat Physician, tho giver of the water-i of eternal life.' Ihore lnn power In a diue but what vou a ve it, Chrlrtian Hcicnco had a p ritual birth and can nevor die. It exponent mav err or utterly rail to reduce it to a mccessml demonstration, but this failnro is not duo to unsound or defective piincln'ei. but to a lack of cnmprehoniloii on tho part of the practitioner. Christian rklenco docs not teach men to be better than their neighbor-, but better than them clve. It sways bv love, 1 ot fear, tor neither the hope or reward nor the fear of hell ever made a good 'hritlnn. "Fear.co V nils the Christian scientists, breeds disease, ror ir ill-ease ramo from God It would not be consistently Christian to hire a do tor to coutraruuo the will of God. It is not man's lost health which is to be regained, but bis let acme or ri ligion.and that Christian Rcieucocan restore that, teaching that, ' as lire never had a beginning, so it can nevor hav 0 an cud. ' " THE SCIENTISTS' IDEA Oy OOP. Christian Science. Mr. Maaon claimed, is In accord with tho Bible. It accepted tho Bible, drawing rrom tho literal Matement a supernal reality. It interprets the Bible acirittiaUv, so that spiritual conclusions can bo arrived at. ' Christian Science." he continued, "tcachca tint principle Is not In it Ides, any more than the science of mathomatlca a in the Arabio numer al which expics it: yet as mathematics with, outexpreaaion would be a nonentity, so without expression, principle would be a nonentity. "1 hat is. without man, God would be a nonentity. If there ever w a a timo when man did not exist God had no one to manifest bimseir to, and was a nonentity. "Christian Science teaches man'a onenea with the lather; that nnlv the tense or am dies; that inasmuch a the wages of in are death, that a alnles man could lot die; but that man overcomes this seemingly inevitable phenomo. lion only In pi opor tlon as his life la ' Hid with Chrlat, in God.' Je us .aid. ' t havenvercomo the world.' It mu t follow, therefore, that he yielded to none ot the demands of matte'. Thus can we all resist matter by assimilating tho Christ. THE UABniAOE TIE CONSIDmED. The apeaker'a reference to the marriago tlo was awa ted anxiously. "True marriage." said he, "is a unlou of mind, a heavenlv nuptial aa far abovo tho seu aual thought aa chastity la abov e free love. 1 he union of ttnth and intelligence with Ufa and 1 love ia the marriage or m nd. This union ele velop spiritual ideas rrom an atom to Immen sity, It is tho nnrolding and development or the sp ritual creation. The marriage or the tlc-h widely diverges from this holy union and hides 'rom man his spiritual poa ib litic. hnstian Sc once respects the lawa of the land 1 in re.ation to the marriage vow. The recent , exemplification r trculovo by so-called Chris, tlau clenli is.ha stigmatized ChristianlScicnee for a period, but can work no neinianent bairn. After announcing that next 1 bnrsi ay evening there woiud be an inquiry meeting at the home or Mr. P.J. Leonard, No, 41 Greene avenue, tho Lord' prayer wa iccited and the Poxolocy sung, 1 ho oMleera of tho now church arc: w, fl. llfardatcc. President; W. S. H. Robinson. Vjce President; Mrs. M. Atwcll. Kccreta'y; He ry , Cole, Treasurer. The 0. with the following, comprise tbo Board or Trustees: Mrs. P. J. Leoiard, Mr. E. Hulln, Mrs. E. Moitimcr, Mrs. E. W. Hoyt and P. lleueig. 1 I'lcnrln Ont Hrvcnth V ard " Tonah"." Capt. Garland, of the Madiann street stat'on, is endeavoring to rid tbe Seventh Waid of tho gang of young nifflans of which Burg ar Mc F.lvaine, the Brooklyn murderer, and hi con. federates. Quintan and Dlneen, were tlomov. ingpinta. luring the ra t week ten o them weroseittn tho I and for long pciiods, ami two more were arraigmd for seutei co bo ore Justice Power at La-ex Market ve lerday, Aitliur Connor, a ronng pickpocket, was sur- Frised when .111 tice Power sent him on the sland for ix mnnths un aeharceor va rancv. John Relllr. aiioiho- or the uantr, ataitoia mock tight at the Catharine stuet terry riatur (laynigl t, whi 0 con c erates torn! around to pick tho pockets or the looker -on. K police man flopped tli( r fun by ane tlngllcl.ly. who got a year on tho Island. F.lnl Is II In an Klcvntnr Hhnfl. George Fitzgerall, an emplovoecf St. Luke's Hospital, attempted to jump irom the elevator while it was lu motion about 0 o'clock Saturday night. I'o struck 1 1 head again t the door casing and .el. to tho bottom or tuo shart, a dis tance ot fifty feet. He wa instantly killed. hav. ing sustained a compound fraetuie or tho skull. He was tifty-two yeara old and a native or Eng land. He wa unmarried. He will bo buried In the hospital cemetery, ( SHOT HIS JfllENO INSTEAD. hn tnstfifty Aim Tint Kay Co nit Ex Polite mini Kotlint'i Death. TO AV NE HIS SISTER'S WRONCS. Ynnnar Del.aey. fnrnrlnted Over the TJru. lalley of II l nrolhrr-ln.l.nsv, Mrarchrs fnr ll'm vrllh a lievotver. but la Nliant ln lllta ihr Wren a- Sinn-There Are Ornrral Itrgret All Aronnd Now. Ex-Patrolman Harry Vodlno waa shot and pro' ab v fatallv trimnded yestentay afternoon ' bvCharlf Ve Lacy whilo atandliiT at tho corner 'of Nnr'h Second trcor and Gta' amavonro. I i'hc sl.nolit'g wa wit osseil byiiumernn Sttn elav. c' oolc'pllren and their t uhers. who at tho tlmoweto we ding their wav to the 1 ttlo Get nan Liithetan cliitreli nn Giaham avcniic. near Withers street. Thcio wcro also several oting mill stan ling on tho oomer. Among t wore John Schult7, .Max Haxe, Thoma Or.fnth- nnd John Marh. Mr. Schultz, in re ferring to tho shooting, said; " The shot wa not intcn'ed for Nodlne. but for Joseph Walters, who wa- sitting In a chair ci tho corner having his boot- blackel. I wnsttaudlngon the corner oppo to at the time Itoccrrcd. IsawCharlr Do Lacy, tho man who fired the shot, adva' ce and say to Walter. ' Yon , I will permit no man to abuso my sister.' Ho then deliberately drew a rcvol vor from hia pocket; It was a -cw one. too. I conld seo It gleam In the sunlight, and, without another word, he polntod It at him and said, "Jake that, you .' There were ovcral young men standing with me. It was a thrilling scene. I havo hardly recovered rrom tho shock yet." Schultz waa very ncrvnua; his frame trem ble liko au aspen leaf and bis tpecch was hesi tating, "Wo saw Nodlnc throw np hia bands," he contlnuod. and say, My God, Charley, you havo shot me.' We wore all surprised. De Lacy ran down North b'econd tect. pi tol in hand, with tho smoke issuing hot tiom the barrel. We ran after him. but Oiflcer George A. Vooihot. of tho Nineteenth Precinct, was apcodlly on band ami 1 10k him into custody." The prisoner wn lock' d tin in the Graham aveui e station-home, fo ergt. Develln. who was at th desk, ho -a'd that Walter was hi b'othei-iti-law mid that ho bad bcateu h sis ter unnicrcifnlly Satunlay night. " be 1 tbo only aister I havo, t-'orgrant," said the man, "and I simply de e"ded her from hi b utallty. I am sorry t:at the bullet missed ita mark and wounded Haiy Nodine. Iln Is a friend or mine, and a good one. too. Poor Hariy. ho is the la t man that I would think or lnjurn7." 'J ho wnrni'ed msn was can it'1 to hi Intro at No. 3 18 Graham avonne. Dr. Hepp, tho family phystela . aud mhnlanre t-nrmon .innes, of St. Catherine's Hnsp'tal, were speedily sum moned, and thev proDod for tho ball, but were unablo to extract it. 1 1 had entered the left side about live inche below tho left nipple. The doctor thought that it had imbodded itself In the thick mm ele In that part or the body. " Wocmnot determlno vet," said Dr. H"np. "whether tbe wound will prove fatal. T'-o aymi torn at prevent aro alarming. Hi pulse hasunkto twentr-ono. If it should contluuo to got lower wo will have to send for the Coro ner to take li ante-mortem elepanition, as Mr. Vndine docs not deslro to lay any nlamo on Do Lacey." v lien tho physician deport od it waa thelropln ion that there wa no immediate danger, a- the pulse had risen somewhat nnd tie patient was not Fiiflerii'g as much from shock a he hnd earlier. Mr. Walters. th "istorof Do'Lacey, wa af tot wards visited bv The Wontn roporter. Sho is a woman thirty year of ago, of dark complexion. She waa suffering from a severe 1 eating she had received, she said, at the hands of her hu baud. Both her eyes w 010 blackened and one of them protrudod from tho 1 ocl et. Hho held her iulant ncr ously to ber breist. She said: "Joe, mv hip band, came lume in an angy mood on Saturday night. Ho drink a gieat deal, -and I think he wa suffering irom 'icllr'um tremens. I lett him alono with th a little baby. It was asleep at the time. I went dowin-tairs, thinking he would got over his spoil. After a time I heard the babv cream, and 1 went tip stars. On rem hl'g my apartments he wa al ready at tho door. Ho giabbod mo by the throat an 1 t nek me. On Stiuday morning hen be wa himself again bo came rnd stood over me in the bed and aid, as bo turned my heal first ono s'dc and then the other, 'Who heat you liko that,.Tennle ?' ' It was yon,' said I. Iledenic I allk owledgeof havingaaanlted me. My brother e ailed on me later, a i always hi custom on Nunday. On eeing my face he aked n e who bad beaten mo. I told him it wa Joe. Then hi passi.ni knew nn bounds. Joe came into the room, and on seeing lilm he toll him If ho valnod hia life to keep nut nf hi way during tho dav. My bt other left the house, and an did my husband shot tly afterward. I knew nothlug more until thl afternoon when Joe came in vet v much excited, and asked me if I had tolii Charhe, mv brother, to shoot him. Ho asked me if I wa' all right ect. 1 didn't know what lit" meaning wa at Vo time. When he left, .syingho was geng to tho i-tation.honso to give btmelf up, I mado inqu no, and learned that my bi other, in endeavoring to shoot him, shot Mr. Nodiue. " JOKERS' LIFE ELIXIR. I.(fr: Courtship i a transport. Tcrw Fttlngt! How can abort felt for bats supply a long felt want ? Yontom Statennan: A prisoner's bondsman haa a bailtnl Influcnco on him. Trov 1'rtff : When a man falls to drinking It it not long beforo he drink to falling. Boston lleraia: The Orand Army boyB are b'g guns, but thoy draw the line at sons of guns. Cincinnati Ttmni A Kansas tinner wants to know when tbe ran-Amcrican Congress con venes. HTwnfTiyon Capital: The pen enables a young man to give his girl an Inkling of his senti ments. 1'rrrt Haute Exprers: Wo wish to state offl. daily that a busted dam has nothing to do with a broken oath. Texas StJ tings i Railroad employees do not consider it a red-letter day whon they get their 1 blue envelope. Atchison Globe: Things are abonteven; If you are a boy. it is thewoodbox, and if you are a gill, itis thedbhes. I'Ltsburo Chronicle; Tbo court-house lnot necessarily a ?ad place becauso to many plaintiff stories aro heard there. Somrrvllle Journal: The man who trioa to argue a woman into loving blm mav succeed, Pti haps, but ho must havo a long life aud no rival. Pvrne nn the flnlk llnfe. During tbe progress of tlv aecnu i Kansas City gamo at Brooklyn on Saturday attention was called to the peculiar delivery of Pitcher Sow dcrs, the e t-hnn ledotpon ntof tho art. Bov eral times ho made palpab 0 balks ii his endeav ors to hold the runner 1111 the base, but t e uni'ire did not icnalizo him, a tbo Miles demand. When lluhong, who acted a umpire, was a'koil his rci-ona tor int en or Ing the bilk rnle, be satd tho regular umpire- wero allowing snob, baiksaul he tlicieforo did tho same. Kllrny continually make similar plays, but is never called down. Pie ide t Ilvrnc waa in the re. porters' box at the t mo and dlcnsed the sub ject ticely and tn the point. " the balk rnle," ail he, "should lo truck out entirely, ror it is no er ober od. xou ca not get an umpire to award a runner with a Into wbou a bilk is ma 'e, noniat'ei how definite the Instruct en. Pitdier arecnnli'iiinliy vinlatl g thi-m e, but when do vou bear o O"0 being no abzed? ir tbo (tile l pood 0 omh tn sta"d it should be ' livid nn to, b tit thu umptica won't enTune It, what I the use or it?" I'rnr I'nvff Itr.eir-rt hv n Mnalmtn. Fonr boys wero in a sa'l-bn t in the Cast River off E ghty-uiiith t e t last night when tho ferry-boat Astoria ran Into it, cutting it in two , aud thiowing the occnnai t on elthor aide or bet. Patnc'c litzgciald, a boatman, whose place I at the fis't of the street, saw the sect- ' dti't a-nl put ont and rescued the boy. Thoy wero Joseph t-chweitzer, Daulei Schrc.der anil 'din l-nuiors, of Grcenpoint, and Andrew I Janowlkinsky, who lives somewhere on Tenth avenue, thl city. All or thoiu were abio tu go home, having sustained no injuries bevond a wetting. j .... ,Aiui--tM.-MatilWfe'asii''t HONSlJMPTIOii IN Ita first stages, can bo successfully checked by the, prompt iimo of Aycr's Cherry I'octornl. Lven In tho luter periods nf that dlsciise, thn tonh Is vr ondurfully relieved by this medlclno. "I have useelAycr'H Cherry I'cctorol with tho bent effect In my practice. This wonderful preparation otico saved rny llfo. I bud 11 e oustuiit ceiULcli, lilht sweats, wus greutly rediicod In flish, nnd given up by my liliysivlitn. Ono bottle and a linlf of tho IVctonil cured 11111." A, J. Eldson, M. L., JUieldlvtun, Tonnesseo. " Several ycnr ngo I vrni Koverely 111. Tho doctor, sultl I wus In iinmiiiiiptlnn, end that they could elei noililnj; fur mc, but ndvlsed mo, in u lust result, to try A.ver's Cherry Pecturul. Alter tulclng this iiicdlciliu tvvo or threo liiontlin I was cured, unit my health 1 cumins lmmkI tn tha iricnt day." Juuies lilruhurel, Durlen, Conn. " Several j enrs n;;o, on npapsaoliomo from California, by wnlci, I (.oiitiuiti.-d no serete a culd that for some) duvs I vvnt confined tn my stuto-riHiiii, mid 11 Physician on board considered my llfn In danger. 11iiiicu1iil; tn hav u u liottlo of Ayer's Cherry Pectcirnl, I hhjiI It freely, and my luntrs vvi ro winn restored to a' lienlthv cuiiilllloli. SI iho then I li.ivoItiviirlnblv r cotiinit'tided this prep aration." J. U. Chandler, Junction, Va, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, rnzrAnEO bt Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., Lowell, Mass. Bold bv all Druggists. l'rleo$l;llbollle,i. UNPARALLELED REDU C TI O NS THIS WEEK AND tiEXT. FDRNITDRE PATILOR BUITS. DIVANS'. COItNPrtClIAIKR. rtECEPTIONOUAniS. FANCY TABLK8 IN ALL WOODS, MUHIO CABINKTH, SIDEBOAHD8, ANTIQUE OaK Oil WALNUT 1 EX TENSION TAllLtS, COOKOARES, SEORKrAUIKS, DESKS, DINING. L1BUARY, DEDROOSt AND OFFICE FURNITURE. RATTAN AND REED FURNITURE. UPHOLSTERY. In Rtotrk. 11 lartre nntrber of tmtntlr npholittrel parlor imttn, old ctiavlrs, Atx, which wo offer mi consider abU red a ot 10 a va reeaUr pricei. GEO. C. FLINT CO., 104, 106. 108 WEST 14T1I ST. ladieTshould use bm'tn. ereani n'l fxit'nn for bautifrlnv (h rt'n Ouvrvnteod lurm'en. Fir la'nat Wltoa' 8th va. ndClatat. ; BIoomlnidala.'IdaTe. Mi1.!)tht. : lo at alt leadlnc drucatlti' and drrffOoda ho lsea. Stand. ard Fenumcrx Worka, Selling Atania, 18 Mercer at. ADVICE TOHOTHERS. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP Should atwayn he hki, 1 o-onildren t. v 1 . Itsootia, Uia child, aottena the sunn, (llaji all pun, oura wlnj eolio. and la xtit 1,041 roineJ tor Uiarrauaa. I'wantj tlvacenla uottla. Hf3bkth. a I prt'crlb nd fnllran. JSWrTksl doraa Big C aa tha only Jt&Uft TV?.."! speclflefonhecialncvir BgB "'""'' Amsterdam. N V Er3j urdMtrbjOM We bava sold Big G for ft JUJ Citnlad Oa. many 7ra, and It has wK m 1 lainaa FlTrn tta beat af aalls- Vk TlnulnnatlJtM faction. fFV Obio- Jw D- " d vcnF. & co., '-iriaii iirf II chicaco. ill fcBBTiu-kl 81.00. Hold by Drufdata. raPBWEig cures SSCDSTIPiTION B l La8 J B jfe And all the attndant artla, KarJ,ly& auoh aa SI k Headache, JHJPJwKk Bad Blood, 1 oul ilnmora, RBcESSSwTw Dlza'neia, Ueartbnrn and BSJBJftwKnSr scneral lll-hrtltli rauxd by - - - '" r In t)utarUy rj lh hiiutli. F0DD lmrSflii-lrrivViJDS "HlLU Hi,llll'G,flf(llfiliH lm, la.0 ra,ii, 1. llllllinP.ejll;ffrna.iriB ttlmur, BiiaJ STOF TmJEFT Ladtra, Bkkru Hiliiuiitrii-i rr(viiurfclllnr..lVllenx.a Oomiiminil T.n.y 1MIU, ctlcliiwaln llt,"i"ii.t in, unfitlllnic aucceu )j iitili el IO.UOO wou. "Wlleox'a tiompnund Taney l-lll.," ,n , .ftM...n .Iran Ml, I. l.l .. r ,.. . i'd 4 eiu aha.liitrlv rrll.ililc n-iuprty j ut.IlT Wll-ioi MPaCC'll'lv cX, ' Pallav.. Pa. for m mm 1 PfllTIVP ForLOSTorFAItlWO MANHOODi WrumilU Oeaeral aad MSItVODS DBBOll 7, fJTTll? T! Weakneaa of B dyaad Mindi EjU y J JUXJo'ErroreorEiMiieiln Older Yoiuir, (txil, H. HiXKOUO fillr Raal4. Ilw U Kalint afe S(rtiikni'ia.tinr.vRLoHiDnnntsrinTiiorBoiiT, ieululrlr ralllxc IIUIK TRUTUT-Irau la e day, Hin Uallfy rrenl 41 SlalM, Tarr1taria, ana rerrlfaCaeatrlae, Vae raa writ lira. Haaa, rail aaataaaUaa, ea4 prfofti aiallJ (Mate.) tn. aaena. lt HIIICAl CO., Illf IA10, H, T. DPNTAI, ROOMS (( It VDUAT'"'). Q K. .'Id l , near Uo ery I'. er hlnv In den latry at reduoed prices Repair evade while waltlu. SP UTIVti. CONEY ISLAND .IO0KKY OtUB. AUTUMN MKEn.Mi, URO. Commeulnir .tlO.NNAV M-U' r. ?, eondn Inv until r Pr.lt. Tralna from loot Et :i4th at , 1 1 SO n M., IS 20 P. M and half.bo irlr there a ler Rp la arl r.car t a 11 at I o lock. Boate'rom' a VVuiiehall it belt lio rly from 11 10 ..hi:(UD I'AY. 1UKMIAY. NlJ I'. 3 WEUNEabaf. HlIFT. 4. Pulnrlty httdV, ju5.Q00. COlitiKdlC8,8(TlIOOLs71':TfX A nfsUIIOOLS OF THE METHOrOLITANMU J eeunio. Art. Oniral 1'ark, nth are. ana SL'd it 1 Reopen Oct. ti. 1SH0. Circular, on application. HKMM.VANTKpZgKarAijK. " I7IUNOE HANDS -(food nnlahera wanted (or tilde ; work on loop,, rine. Ac, ( tealy worki aoud pay. BamulUteuAC'o.,Mi'rlne.t. ' ' a SPECIAL SALE 100 F.M0S. W ll Mil darlna bU month 100 "WATKRS Up r! t Plaooi, tnoludfnvf nml ruideritit corcr n 1 ptoih at o'( i 4'J .( aah or it'i75 on liiotatit nlai only $IQ caU uu $t niouibiy .or tue ualaucu uutl uatld. Thcae are thn tamo'n new " VVATI'RS " nnr'ahKlhe leat;anl mo t iinr b ,"1".,I",''..W.0''.I;.V.';.:, elrln jcl, i.i II, Di.tl TON WITH VlNK HINOlNu tULlTY, nil iron irnm. pateiit llarinnnl pda, re liotl.titr action, lino t iToryVciaanilevery Imnrovnmwnt. v'AltRATKi) mx yCaiw to eJivi! t-.viitcii S II-PAOTON No ch ro o dentory within tw ntyniilino New ob, I'loia o-ll or enu poatal lor new eatalojue wttb rejueo 1 prices an J teriua. HORACE WATERS & CO., 134 Fifth Ava neat I8lh SI. KXCUUSKiNi. T""t Tt-iB-T' evt i.-e i ,vr. rin,v.n.i fun .11 v a it. itMK. 181, S 0 11 I' II Jill VV rr, IIi.tV n ', I m! I !A H,i;i,l U.lli.J ITII 3?t btl I ll Sm a v 1. n.a a H , u , i v v i s i i r.a, ELTUUVt.Vfl UeteeilenH'Mil-lm tllmirl iinlllt.nr.lL Etlbt Doala and !!!' Hot. tv Tla tnnjaji. 40a r.XCgl'10N T.eKns & HflNHATTAl BEAOH. Trains from foot of KnM a4tli St., , Y. (It 'M eiceot Sindaya). I 110. 10. -'0. 11 'JO A !., Ti 20, (ia 50 Itsce d ye. O I J. ('. only), 1,20, (1 r0 H ndaya and Race lays. C I. ,T. L only), and half honr'y Iron S 20 to O.S'J and 0.40 F VI WHITEHALL RT . lerraimia o e ate 1 rillrovda. hourly MO to 11.10 A. M . and hall hou Ir front 1140 A.M. t II lot. M. bundaya hourly irom 8, 10 A M. toO.ioP M. On Haeedava aM train stop at race track toRP M. C.ICAMI AFTIIItNOIi.V AMI bVUM.NQ C'OMJl:ltTx. mmrtiioiii: i ("iuiitAni.rc hand. I'A1S "lyAsT II VS Ol' I'O.tll'lllI" EVKKY EVENINU L'XOl.I'T 8UNDAVS and AIOS- dav St JAPANESKVILLAOK IX TAVlHOt ill ST'IBOAT COMPANY. Conev Island and Lon? Branch. WeeVr Diy Tim-Ta(ile for foner Islanl: rnovi wem' 2:1i sr., n. h -n, 10, 11 a vl, n "-UUJ1. 4'5l.a iWi '' '" I". i "e 7" 8 n 0 P. VL FROMPIGll (KCiVi Vi) 1. V. ll-(Uvtery plae station lev-led rallrond) ha I sn honr later. FARE TO CONEY ISLAND VND KRfUitN, 50 0T8. rilfl LOVI1 IIHANUII. wrsT 2:in st . n. it -t).:j' u and a :io P. u PJER ( EW)NO 1. N It -'OA ii and 4 P. AL RliTUPN Vil T.EAVF OCKAN Pli:R-12 15 a-dn 1.". P. M. FARE TO LONIJ I1RANUH AN) UErURN. 73 UKNTd. SINULE FAR : SJ CENTS. BOWERY B AY BEACH Thomoit teautifut and popular Family summer Ilort, only lOniinuttM tall from .Now York, Acoe bl b elejeant ivnboat Fmtlfttm' fnim 'arlem Ilndca Eiat nh 8t and Thfr ATenne, 10 an-lVJA. M -. .1.1. r. 4 :10, Haud KP. M, dirnly to Grani Piat, Kowcrvliiy Itearh, faro Jijo., cxmrMloTOo. .chlldraa 15c , exoiraion 10c .also bv horse railrovl troinO ISt (Antora) lerry, .romUA.M till mlJnivht. Tar 4 10a, Grand Concert 0.1 til 3 Piar Evary Day. LONG BEACH NI POINT LOOKOUT. From foot o East ruth St.. N. It., t).40. 7,S0, "lOSO A M "120. 3..'i0. "4.-i0. Vi.33. fl.60, 8.fii)P.l. Suniay.S 40, M. :0. '10 4J A.jL,"l,ija, ' 2.00, 2.S0. ll.riO, '4.50. 7.00, S 10 1. M. Connoct tor Piint Loakojt. SOJ'TII nPACIl UAII.V. ItANCOX. MORGAN. Day at.. N. R , 10.30. 12.10. 5..10, 4.1)0, (130. Droome -t.. V. R.. 1 4ft, 18.104.22.168,7.00 Bo.tn Gtlist., Brooklyn, 10.30. 1, U.UJ, 7.15. it viijittt vs. CEIITRAX. RAILROAD O.-' NEW JERSEY lOOT LIBI Itl'Y ol'., NORril lUVEIt, TIME I ABLE, AUO. 12. InSO Tor Easton, 4, 7, 8.4 A. vt : I, :f.43, 4. JO. 5. 45 P. M. ound.y. ,'iA. t 15.30 P M. For neibtehero. Allntown, Maueh Chunk, Ao., 4. 7, h 4o A. M I 1. 3.45 5 4.i P. M For Wllkeabarre, Pittttun ind bcrnton, 4. 8.45 A. M. I For Lake IIopatcon, 4. 8.45 A. Jl. ; 4.30 P, M. Sundays, 5. , A. I For Red Bvnk, Lone Branch. Ocenn Orore. via alt ralL 4o, 4. 8 15. O 30, 11 15 A. M 1.30, 2 30, 3 30. 4. 4.30. 5.30, U 10 P. M. Sundaya, II A. M.. I 4 P. M. bunday trains do not atop at Oooan eirora or Aa bury Park. For Aclantlo Hlgblanda, via Matavraa anl Kayport, l.llii. 5 P. M For LvKevrood. ManoboaUir. Toms Rlrer an t Barnexab, 4.H.15A M.il.30 435P.AI. For Beaoh Haven, Atlvntio City. Vinelandaod Bldxa- ton, 4 A. M.. 1.30 P. M. 8ANOY HOOK ROUTE, From PerK. N II. , oot Itecior St., FOR LONG BUANCII, ASUUKY I'AKK, OCEAN ORbVE, lo Bypalstlal steamers JIONJIOUTn. JanII HO.iK, ST. lOIINS, For II snlaa 1 Beacb. Seabr'cnc Vlonmouth Beaon and Lena Branch at 4.30. 7.45. 0, 11 A M. 1.3.30, 4.15. 5.30 P. M bundvya, 0 30 A VI., 1 P. M lor F.lberou, .vauury Park, Ocean Or.ire and Point . Plei.ant, 7.45. 0 11 A. M. , 1, 3.30. 4.15, 5.30 1 P al. l ForLikewood Tome Rlrer and Barnecat, 4.30 A.M. Tor Beach llaven, Atlantie City, Ylneland and Brtdxa ton. 4.30 A M.. LOOP. M For Atlantio IllirhUn a 4.30.0.00 A. M (l.OOSator . dayon'v). 3 30, 4 15 5.30 P. M buudiyaO.30 A. M. ; l.f'O P. AI. MlOltTI'ST AND QUICKEST ROUTR FOIt rillla.tUKI.I'lllA. ,ItAl TIilIUUE AND vv ASH INI5 1 ON, BOU.NU BHOOK ROUTE. Via Central Raliroatt o, ;vevt Jeraey and Pblladelphla) and Ueadma: Railroad, and Bal linore aodOhloUatt- road, leare tool o, LI tarty at.. N. H. For Philadelphia at 4. OH, 7.45, 8 30,0 30, 11.00 A. M ll.llO 30. 3.15, 4.00, 5.00. 5 30. 7 30, 12.56 P. it SUNOAYri. ti 30, li 10 A. M. 1.30 StaSi 3 15. fx 00. 11.30. '.'. 00 P. SI. ' For 8a tlmurn and WaiUinitton dally at H.30 (11.00 ejcepi Hunday) A. M. , 1 30, 2.30, 3.15, 5 00. TraTna lea'vo at 7.45, 11.00 A. M 1,30, 4.00. 5.30 7,30, 12.00 P. .11.. bare lonuection for Readlni- llama urn. PottsTllIti, A i. Parlor care on all train.. Sleeping ovri on mldniaht , . . trains. Tickets and parlor-ear a ata an be procured at 71, 415 SP1'. HK114t..,,'s-3 H'"1ar, 71(1 (Ithare'ltJ West 124th st , 135 a.e 125th. t ' No York. 4 bourt at., 8(10 Fu ton st , I) Broa I ly, llr olyn New York Tran.fer Conipiay will call oranicba.k baa-gaze Iron hotel or reaidenoe to de.tination. ROGXAWAY BEAGH A JAMAICA HAY. VIA N Y AND ROOKAWAY BPA01I RAILWAY, o. HVB M''N ' 'i-LAND tllTY DAILY fl.35 h Oil, It (Hi, 10 20, 11.40 A M., 1.15. 2.201 140 4 45, 5 ; 7 IHJ, H If, I) (1(1. 10. -5 P .vt. SUNDAYa ONLY -7 10. II 10 10 10. 10 55. 11 ft) .Mr 12 45. 1 15. 1 45 2. 15 "s 4.1. 3.15. For Arvorne and Far Rockaway. LEAVE FOOT EAHT 34TII 8T , NEW YORK. 7.20, 0.50 A. St i 1 20, il 50, 4 50, 5.50 Sundaya 0.2 1. 1 II 50 A. M 1 20. 1,60.2 50,5 40. 7,30 P,MV , ALLnt.iNUfo AitKRNliandl'AltniCKAWAY leare irom Long laland RIt. Depot Lon I. land City. t MONUMKN I'S. i.ooo.qpp niirroTaniusa V. Itobiuaon, 1140 Broadway. JUNKUnNIIIED APAItrafKNlS. YERY OltUAP RENT-Pleasant. "iiealthr apart inenta, U to til. CO. Bee Janitor. 653 W.G7lh 'U AiaVtWaii,"r ---'r iia'iii.l'Wl-... .(.- L