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i PLUCKING BIRDS IT CONEY. I: . II Tou Are a " Bird" if You Play 1 j J- the ' 'Games of Chance." Mh ! A Stmtstit Tip at to Mow Only the ',H Cnpoeri Win. v & ; The faklre harvest If ready for Iho fik I (Icicle, Coney Island Is open (or buM- new, and the great army of unsophlntl- KiS cated New Yorkers Is getting ready to .",ST be fleeced. V(& Already the merry spindle game Is In ;((.' working order, and the chink of the , h ' brass disks as they fall from the hand -'K ' of the guileless "bird" at the plate It&j game stands can be heard aliove the ; 5j' gentle argument of the "copper" ns he j '4. tells how he bent the game yesterday, Kj ,J The beehive man Is therr with his Ilt- J ! tie arrangement for scooping the rnsh i of the Innocent Qothamlte, nnd he of ' the hammer game has set himself for the season, as has the Individual who gjfi lives all Winter on the proceeds of the StS,1 1 Whip and photograph game. ' f, s There Is a tradition nmong the Coney- 'v-1 ) Ites that a man once won n dollar nt j , one or another of these games, nnd enr- F'- ! rled It back to Now York with him, but hls'nnme nnd nddress Is n secret which J,'' is kept locked In the brermtB of tho 11- i, and's coterie of petty swindlers an some- f i K ' thing to be ashamed of. t i It, will grieve the average citizen, who ft . halt for years fondly hugged the dclu- m ; lion that he enn some day beat tho R , ' games and return to his abiding-Place K 1 In triumph, to learn that he has been W, bucking agntnst a dead-sure thing for r$i' the. proprietor In every gnine he ever jA' ploveil on Coney Island. Sii ! The plain, hard fact Is that there 2f. , Is not u square game to be found within yfS the lines of Chief McKnnc's territory. H? I The swindlers' mills began to grlinl . fi 1m t Sunday, and grist was ul hand ft- 5 Vj'Keep tuem going full time, i," A word of warning now, at the be-' Vri rlnnlirg of the season may serve In h t keep a few dollars out of the hands of KV trie army ot nnarpcrs who thrive by . Wr i fleecing the unwary. & The simplest nnd by far the liont R pitronlred game on the Island In the P 1 plate game, rti called by reason of Its ' ;. i being played Svlth plates or illnkH of brass, .which are tossed nt a red spot i'l'i on-a table three feet nwny. I Apparently It Is a game of chnnee In ! 'ft ; which the man who runs It nnd the ji players are on equal footing, but the 'it " only element of chance which erUcm 78. Into It Is whether you will lose nil or u; only part of your money. I ft On a table ten feet long covered with ! mj. white oilcloth are painted three rows ot red :spots eight Inches In dlnmeter. ; Eafch spot Is numbered to correspond I t: with a series of hooks on a hmml at , ! the back of the booth, on which nre, I hung brass watches, cheap revolvers, battered opera-glasses nnd any other nt. junk which can be bought ul a luir- , , t gain and will take a polish. These are .to cutch the eyi; and convey the Impression to the uninitiated that ff they are the prizes to be won nt tin- rkli gome. & nut It Is only n bluff. The plates J-n, w run for money, nnd It Is a gambling , game, pure und simple. Biff The ldei of .'ie game In not hnrd to grasp. As iho gllb-tongue.1 "lurkur" I VMi explnhls, you huve only to Iimi Iho hnss blU Plates, which are sold In sIucUm of (;,, M for ten cents, so that they will co'i.- lm pletely hide onft of the red hjimih on th, f tj table. If successful in this, the ,-, iv.i iiii Efts it. 3 or 3, according to whether he I'tl, throws at the tlrst, second or third ii-w !"( of spots. ; M The qualifications requb'id it. a '- J "barker" for the gnme are nmiv iit ," Jj'i must be a persunslvc ta'l'.er, a good lift' Judge of human nature, nn expert nt "bluiring,"atid, at the same time, poss(ns nn Innocent, child-like personality which will Inspire confidence In the breasts of the "birds." t'nder the cant term "birds" Is classed everybody who plays at the game, ex cept the rappers, Tlsu latter gentle men aro cngnged by the proprietors of the game to drum up huxlness and keep things humming generally, It Is not unusual for as many as u dozen cappers to be employed around one game. livery hundred feet on the Ilowery the persuasive1 voice of the barker Is heard culling on the "birds" to "cover the spot, gentlemen, nnd make u pot of money, Try the plates, now, iKiys, nnd cairy off the bank roll." After the game has been running for nn hour or so. It would b u very com fortable proceeding to cany away the aforesaid bank roll. Tin1 gauie Is a skin. It admits of niimberh'iw vatlatlous to suit the play ers or Its managers. After a crowd of "birds" hns been collected lu front of the gmnhllng booth and a few dimes hnve been gathered In, a midden Idi-a seems to strike tin "barker," and he delivers himself lifter this fashion: "Hoys, I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll find out whether you are dead-game sporls or tlsh-horn gamblers. "I'll cover the spot, nil but that little bit there, see? And now, who will buy this plate for n half a dollar and win two plunlteru?" The "birds" My nt thlH snare full tilt. It Is like coining money for thu game's backers. Not oni man in live hundred can throw the plate so as to cover the Inch square space left exposed by the four plates arranged by the barker. The plates are prepared by being struck several times with u hammer, leaving slight Indentations In the brass and springing the plate so that It Is nut perfectly flat. When piled over the spot by the barker, they are so arranged that it slight Jar will dlspluce them, so that it bit of red underneath enn be seen. If u pin can he stuck through the chinks be tween the plates, that Is enough to make a winning for the "barker." The Jar of the Hfth plate when It stilkes the pile, even If It covers tho little patch of red left exposed, almost Invariably moves the other four plates sulllclently to make the player lose his money. Should the "bird" succeed In covering the spot fairly, the "barker," In bending over to examine the plates, gives the table a little knock with his knee, which does the business. The spindle game Is equally crooked and us a money-maker casts even the plate game In the shade. A round tuble n- masked off Into sec tions around Its edge ami each Hcctton Is covered with some worthless piece of Jewelry or "fake" watch. One of the sections is covered by n watch uol'lh about t.'JS which is kept polished up to look like gold. This timepiece Is the king prlre and makes all the moiify for trie gamt . In the centre of the table Is a spindle set on a pivot of peculiar construction. The spindle Is under perfect control by the man running the game by menus of a hi. ill button hidden under the oil-, cloth which covets the table. The Indispensable capper plays a leading part In the spindle game. If a "bird" shows lilt Interest In the game and pauses a moment to look on he will hear it whispered conversation behind him something like (Ills; "That's dead easy to beut, Charlie. I hit the watch four limes yesterday and the fellow gae me J3J for It euch time. Let's try it again." The cupper accordingly bands up bis half dollar end taken a spin. He loses at the llrst trial, lint on tin- next the button is manipulated so Hint the spindle slops opposite the watch. "Will you take $20 fur tho watch? I don't like to let It go, as I haven't an other one clown here to-dav." The capper thinks he would rnther have the cash and takes the money. Tins Ir generally enough for the "bird." and he leaves S.r, or till with the game before he Is bUtlsllcd that he Is down tin ,.ts luck. When he leaves, the caliper's work In another Innocent. It In said that one spindle has earned 13'K) for Its backers In two of the busy bonis when "birds" me thick. "Ilcle's the little beehive, gentlemen, lllffllhlfl!llfltl,'l' I tVt I i 1 lwi I 111 Itrt IKl I Urop In the marble nnd win my money," Is unnther familiar cry heard along the Howery. . , The beehive game Is worked with the nld of n corps of cuppers and a llttln ii'rangemetit which looks like one of Iho lly-calchers seen on the bur In most , beer saloons. It Is In the shape or a cone, with it hole lu the toil, Into which the player ' drops n marble, for which he pays a j dime or a quarter, us tin) case may be. The marble pursues an erratic course through u series of shlltes nnd comes out below III one of several little stalls , either numbered or blank. i The push-button gets In Its work here nlsn, and the "birds" Und their nutrbles lu the blank stalls, while the way to I the pilzes Is opened for the cappers at the pleasure of the man at (he button. I Don't play the gnines already de scribed, und close r.-" and eyes to the I wiles of the people who conduct the i hummer gnme it nil the whip and photo graph game. It wdll be money In your pocket I'nio nnd roulette can be Indulged In to nny extent If one cares to take o walk to the upper end of the Ilowery. t)f course, tliesi! games are run with out the knowledge of ("hliif .McKune, its are the games previously described. The gamblers urn so slick you know that the police JiihI can't catch them. It grieves Chief McKitlie, but be la powerless to rout out the evil. The "birds" will bo plucked nn long us there Is a dollar to be won, and Coney Inland will continue tu bu the tmldc gambler's Mecca. RAILROADS AND KAILROAD MEN. News and Goajlp of Interest In Transportation Circle?. Tlic itiMltli'iml rule of fit Inn I"mii flied b.r ArldtniterH Itllm iinil ('iu-nuII to he tluilip'i! ill the New Yurk Ceiitrnl's HxikmIIIiiii ll.rer, Milled Mill riuibe its liililnl trip iiemomiw n eriMii. The flirt', Itielllillnir Klri'plliK-i-nr lieiiiliiliKHln- tleu tiil now he f:il. II. J. (Juluif, fumirly tnilii ileputi her fn the lle, turn hei'll llplllltiil Milperltitl liilcllt nf tin Wi'Ntem lJltliduii of tin .New York mid New KtlKlllllil. Tim mle muddle hi Hie territory of the- Wi-nt-eril I'UOMIIIIT AMMoeltltlell linn rfaclifd tucli a Htuge ttiul It U iiei'i'iwiir to rail In uu rtb lister. It l ivrleil Hint K. A, Vord, (Irneral 1'na rinrer Ainiit nf the IVniiNvliHnl.i linn went of 1'lttntniiif, In to imlgii, unit will In Kiie leedeil hv his iiri'Heiit rmidiitiiiit, II. It. liir llifr, Mliu U nlntitiid lu flilcnif'. The llleii nf .SiiM'rliitiilriitor Trnnirintloo iff the llilltllnnre 1111,1 Ohio linn heeli t'ruttltl, mid 'llioiiuitf ritrirerslil. Siliierlntpiiilent of the liHiera liltlahd i,r the iniilii Hue ,,f Hint nmil, rill 4 hel'll llpM,ttittd lu till II. The New Yurie Olltrill Hill nixt Ilimlll rreet new NtMie HinUeii'i nt WiiNlUtTii und brent title, eii Hie llnrl, in Hue. The I iiiiHillmi l'lii-lrU) lum tnken n hand hi the nili' twir to Tni'llle .ilnl rrein Ihln iltv. nnd li.'n Juit niinoiiiiieil n rule of 2,n p,r Inn ImutiiK tthldi U inueh helo i tie mten ulliiteil li.r the Siiimel mule. ' City IWelieer AkiiiI Mi lllini ll. of the I hei.l. lile iil.il llhlo. I remiilhle f.ir Hie Milteuii ill Hut Hie I rue. t iti leiniHim l.ii.,nn l luiukiiH, ptioleliiiiH unit uirfii.ii mill iiiiiinlli Inne nils illy Hits eveiilnir In u iei l.i I 1 1 it lii ,mr Hint nnl fer Wnrm rlngn, h. Ttll-re nre li.ilil iiiuriniira iiliuaitf Hie I'llllninn 1'lllnee I'nr nllli In I a etell III Hits leellnti nf Hie oiMiiitry mer Ihe iiellim f Hie .M1-.Ih,I,,i, Hun. nmil i niniiilMiliiiiers lu nrderllic Ihe Vleinliii;. inr rule In he l .r loo mlln, ,i,l ,,', ;r Ili'Ti, Hum loo miles III Hull Mliilr. AeiiinllllK In lilalelll Pliaselier Agent bun. niiHiiler, Ihe Siilt,uril Air line Is hnllilleif llie Hew teiilllinle tnllis fur Hiriillldl fusl senile he. tHeell IIiIh illy, WllslilliKtuli itlxl All.tnm. The ltnrt f i Si'mlllun Hull n new limine HI the lluliirln nnd HVstiin I,,, I t,m,,, ium,. ! ir!"'',"1,1' i"i'"'l, Is lint serlnilM) helleteil III llllln.l.l ilnles here. II Is ehl ,e ,.,., Mils tltne.l I,,- (l, f ,,, ,(,., J Young Woman KIIIb a Peddler. ATLANTA, (In., Mny sr. -A young fdy unuifd Kiilllii Wallace, near Mldvillo, (!b shot and killed Manuel liosnnwerir. a llusnim pejuiei tiii, morning. lm lin I vui LVr n pnl? or btiocs (uat cro not mtlractory. GUTTEHBURG BILLY HURT. The Acotdant Cauted Ulas Julia Arthur to Faint, (lul lenlnirjf Hilly nearly lot Ida life Inst night, lie rldi's (ohiinliui In the steeplwhnae mum nf "The ITiallirul lisugliter" nt the new Aiuerl. i i fin Theutre. Cnliiinlius K"t nwny one uf Hie llrst three Iss-aes In the rule; Umlalmilt, nltli llinry Chinliirli'k in,, iiml (Jur.elle, is Hit i)nw (Iwild tif, being the nther two. The three iniiile fur the ttnter Jump loKellier. Hnilnlsiiit iiml Onrelle vtenl uter the wnll nil i ihilil, hill tViluintiiia ir Ida rider ralsenleiilnteil Ihe Jump mid the Imme fill urriem Hie liunllo nnd ri'llid loi k in Hie stuiri' with Ids rhlrr, I'lmrlrs Wnlllisjti, mi llolit'inlnii, tried tu pull up Ids iinbniil, hut lloheinhin hml felt the Mpum iiihI tteiit uter f 'idiituhiiH, Haiti iihurK Hilly hurdle nnd nil, Hie sfeepleehnsir'n heels puss Ihlf ttltliln ii fevt lindies of Hie Hllttl'lihlirie tsiy's fnee. Niili.irtl ltetlie, Ihe hern, hml III lei Uiseie. furl K1!. ti'i. nrsl Isilli ttent ilisiu over t'.iluinli'is mid Ihe Miller. 'Hull the at:u!e mull rualnsl lijMin the trnrk 'in.l ilnnriosl Coluuitiiis uttiiy mul . nr rled Kutli III, iu Hilly nff itllh it Kiinillieil nnkle mid n Imilly tut left iheek. After (his fimr nther heraen ttelit uter the Jiiiiiii mid Ihe mi ea ttiia euiitllitlei. I(miiefnrt iiltiniesl mul renred hehlml th imiien until lie pit his front Insif inneiisl In Miine Iri'ii vtiak mi the vtnll. 1 Ju tiniile nn nitrtil time mid tnuaed MIhs Juliit Arthur to rnlut. The neeldent mine Hear tlinettltlf Hie Inure thiol reiilNHc 1'lnv. Hnlleiiliiiri: Hilly will not Is' iitilr to ride fur hoiii ttuie. HP. AND MRS. MACKAY HERL Tho " Dononza Klnif" Gller.t as to tho Qoary Law. Juhri W. Mmkny, the ('allfuniln IsainnaA ktiicr. lilid his ( linrinlliK vtlfe, lire nt Hie Itelarutln iii:irtuieuta, r,tl 'irtli nteinie, lintlni: mrlVHl frniii the West seternl il.iys niro. They will reiiinl.i lu the city nntll June ;i, tthen .Mrs. Mnckny snlUi fur Kiirus on the Ainerlcnn liner l'nrla. Mr. Mmkny la niiiuirenlly In Ida usual excel lent lieillth nirnhi, nnd given no evldenee uf the setere llliii-ss he reiently t-xisrleni-eil, na it re sult of Urn hullet wnuiHl he suatalneil at the lunula nf the ttntilil-tie nssnwilu, llltter, lit Mnu rrnlieliieii, Hn his ttny Dint Mr. Mnekny spfnt a few dnyn nt Hie World's Fnlr, nter tthlrli hB la very enthuslnntle. Cnneenilns pilltlra or Hie prolinhle effeet of eiifnrrliiir the ileitry law, Mr. Muekuy dei Hues tu eitirt'M etilnlmi to reporter. Good cooking is essential to good di gestion in pastry you cannot liave either without a good shortening. Lard has always had rery objectionable ea tares, causing indigestion and many other dietetic troubles. Saeiicc las come to the aisist-anc- of the cook, and oj zueak stomachs, with the new short ening, Cottolene. It is composed of the choicest bee suet and highly tefined vegetable oil, in many respects as good as the JineU imported olive oil. Phy sicians mdors' it, cooking ex perts recommend it, and thou sands are now usin it in pref erence to any other shorten ng. FfD.I Hirs canta In atamtta tn N. It. Falrbanka Ce. , ChU-aifti, fur liatulautua Uuttelene Conk book, ronlntiittut alt hmiilied raciuaa, prepared by ulot atnltient autlorlllaa on tookllm . C'uttolaua IS uM by all trucora. Clli Ofiia, H. K. FAIRDANK & Ca. Produce Enchingr, New York. SCHOOL Ift SUMMER. Biz Newark Dulldlnkra to Da Rep'. Open Blx Weeka, NKWAIIK, N. J May S7. There Is sadness nmong school children to-day. It having been announced this morning Hint from July 10 to Aug. 18 six schools will rcmnln open, Thu dally sessions will be only three hours long, however, beginning at 8 o'clock und ending at II, Children under seven years nre tint expected to attend. The buildings selected aro tho Ham ilton 1'lnce, Oliver street, Webster streeit, Wlckliff street, Houth Tenth street, nnd .Morton street schiKils. The plan was adopted at it meeting uf the Hoard ot lOducatlon Inst night. At the meeting the resignation of Anna M. l.oden from the Thirteenth avenue school was accepted; Martha M, Hinlth was granted a furlough; Ade laide . l'utnum was permanently ap pointed, und Florence M. llurtschell temporarily. Illlzabeth II, Ilelcher was appointed principal of the Wave.-ly av enue school. (lov. Werts has accepted nn Invita tion to address tho High .School grad uates Juno 17. Agnes II. Hevey, teacher In the Houth Tenth street school, wns commended for bravery In saving n little girl from being burned tu death. TROLLEY CAR HIT BY A TRAIN. Two Persona May Die as a Result of s Collision tn Buffalo. BITKAWI. May IT.-An cnntlxHind Pi-neeo street trolley rnr wns strnik by the Kmknttnnni triilu lenthiK here nt 10 u'i hiek Inat night for New Yor'r, Mutiirumn Henry Martial wns fatally Injured nml ttlll die. liihel Wnlilen. ngisl eighteen .tenrs, tins seriously Injured nnd limy not re enter, l'nink Oa.k. manlier unsscnicpr, ttna limlly hurl, but will returcr. When Baby waa sick, we gave her Cutorla, When hewu a Child, aha cried for Cutorla, When ihe beoame SIujb, ihe clung to Cutorla, When aha had Children, the care them Cutorla, w t i THAT $250 BEDROOM SET WHICH HAS BEEN ON KXII1BIT10M at .i)isiii;a :itr:j(i a co.'s HJnMTUHK WAREnOOMH. UTII ST. AND F1ITU AVKNUE, IB TI1R ritOP EUTY OK ROME I.UCKV INDIV1DUAI,, AT PlinSKNT UNKNOWN, AM TUB aa.ooo kkvh havk been wis- TK1BUTKI). Some One Has the Lucky Key WHIt ll OPENS THE COliPAUTUKNT CONTAINING Tim HANDSOME AND COMPI.KTB UKDItOOH bUIV OF FUnNITURE. IF YOU AHE THE POS SliKROIt OF ONE OF THESE KEYS AND HAVE NOT TRIED THE LOOK YOU MAY BK THE OWNER OF THIS BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM hhT. IT IS WORTH YOUR WI11LI. TO ABCKtt-TAIN. REMOVAL. Our Main Ilotnil Storo HAS BEEN 11EMOVED i TC 17C FIFTH AVE., NEAR Via ST. DR. JAEGER'S Sanitary Woolan System Go For Sale tURKPnOTECTICoT to YOURFAMIHY and YoUROEI'F. and tha lartsat voaalbla orollt an a aats In.aatmAnt, ran L arenrad by una aiaall aynant monthly. 8snrl for namphlat HATCH A HO.. 13 Welt 4'd.U, NawYori. Can't Extinguish I he fact that we nre eelllng CAKPETS ZA lo 75 per rent. Ici Ihna oilier pro. lile. We linTC to, In order lo rime ant the alack by June 10, the date on wklcb we tnnst incnlc onr liulldlna. Hioeit orm.aa nouY uhuhmki.s at Hoc. In atlll unbroken. .lAI'ANKHR INI, All) .WATTIM.B AT 9H.II0 it r roll of 40 ynrd.. Fortnrr prlre Hlfi. i,inoi,1!i;.us. nii.oi.oTiiM. ohi. liNTAI, anil rOIVUNA ItUliH, Ac. at Jaat na arrnl reducltoim, J.$cJ.DOBSON, 40-ta WHHT I4TII HT. RtAL ESTATE. HEAL ESTATE. FREE uON BON '' EXCURSION, SUNDAY, MAY 28, AT 10.50 A. M. peERPARK EVERY LADY ON TO-MORROW'S EXCURSION WILL RE CEIVE A PACKAGE OF "BONBON " CANDY. I Wc nhnll lu prracDl flrn loin frpennintiv Ihoar who urchnne Iota TO-MORROW IS FETE SUNDAY WITH US. IT'S OUR ANNIVERSARY. Hprclal Jruiii leave Flattiuah are. slalioii, I,. I, UK. Ilepsl, Ilrnuklyn. al 10. do A. M. 1 e are not bldalav fT cxeursliinlsiia aid do not want flieoi, but If s-oa are llilnk lira nl I'D vine t'ei i fl rr or leu dollrtr bill in 'air pocket rtnil. vlalt llerr Park. WHOfl'KKAN tll'Plilt. JNll Y FOR INVESnWtS AND HOMK-HKkKKKS SRf.DoSt OF FUHi; II. I.UTS NEAK THE DEPOT. 30 TO lt)0iHlXTKEN M1LESOF OHADKDSTKItr.TH; aW.dllO sI.IIFADY KXIV.NDKH IN lMI'HOVI'.MKMTS! MPI.ENDID, WATER; DLI.KJHTFUI. t;I.IMAI'Ei HIUHUROUND.HKAL.THFUI.i.NO UAl.ARIA. 300 TO 500 PER CENT. PROFIT. I.NVFSTOHSCAN MAKE FROM M0 TO 600 PERCENT. PROFIT BY PURCHASING NOW. PRIUKOF LOTS WII.I, KlION BK ADVANCED. DEER PARK HAS TWO 11111'EL.t, STORLS. POST-OFFICE, EXPRESS AND TELEORAPH, CIIUKCH ANDSCIU)l)leHOU.iF. r MA I'M AND FIII.I, I'AKl'ICI'I.AHH. WITH FUCK PASSES. FREE BY MAIL OR AT OUR OFHCt-b. Oil AT THE DEPOT ftUNDAY MORNING. ilCCD DsDV lUUCCTMCUT Pfl Bc,",e,,Bu,,,1",F,"l,,nB,,dN"u"- ULLil rWllK lniLUllT1l.nl UU Now York, im.1lrllev..DruoUlTn, tiOOl) HAl.KWJIES WANTKI). Pradentlal Bulldlnn. .Xewark. N. J. BROOKLYN MANOR, Od Jimticu . continuation of Fylton it. 25 mlnutat on U ruacW. (tiolco lots, t'2)i) m1 upt fasv iQOuthlr iy nifhtri; btah ground, ztidvd itrett. ndflvrfctki, curbs. tre. water. Ai. l-.luctrlo cara past iroperty rsttr few ratnuttf, fo.iuectlrifr with Jfultou at., Iilnston ate. or llrnatltvas L rontif, Kitensiou of J nithin lis minute of properly by l)e curat ion Itnjr. ' 1-ree paneu, mipi, Ac from E. WILLARD JONES, 43 NASSAU ST.. NEW YORK Tlllo Guaranteed of tha (Jer.-Aiatr. Title Guar. Co. 1IICH A-IIOWNN, AUCTIONEHHM. KECOKAl'IO.N DA V. AUCTION 14U t.OTM I.KMTIIH PA UK. MAMARONECK, N. Y. Theae lota are only four tnlnutna from Wainaro nck Station and only thirty-aighi intautea from 4 J it at. station (New Haven Railroad). Churchei, oh oo In. atoroa and 4, G00 inhabitants almady here. City water, atreeta opened and aratlod, ready for l,uildln(. Sale on the property Tiifidiy, May 30, at 'X o'clock 1. M., under coinmodloua tent. He fruahuifnts nerved. FUKIC ItAII.UOAO TK'KKT (entrain leAvinxt.raDd Ceutral Htatiou at P. M. Decoration Day only), on application toauo tioneura, Ulch A Down ft, 34 Kait 4'id at., N. Y.. and oppoilta railroad itatlon at Matnaroncck ana Mt. Vernon, N. Y., or 11. W. Halley, owner, 416 llroadway. HEAL ESTATE. m JEHE. JOHNSON, JR.'S FUCI OM PROTECTED BY DECISION WJOF SUPREME COURT, ft UU DONT IMITATE FLAG, -UafJ YOU CAN'T SPEND DECORATION DAY, TO GREATER ADVANTAGE , THAN BY VISITING DEHORESt ON-TIIK-IHLLTOP3, ON THE PENNSYLVANIA RR., OVERLOOK. ING HAUWAY, N. J. 4- PLOTS 25x150 FEET EACH FROM $40 APIECE IIP, PAYABLE IN WEEKLY INSTALMENTS OF SOc. AND UPWARD. FREE EXCURSIONS DAILY ON TWO TRAINS. FOUR PRETTY NEW HOUSES FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. : GRAND LUNCH DECORATION DAY, J LRU. JOIlNSO.v Jr., 60 Uborti at., N. Y.j ami 189 and 11' 1 Montag-uoat.. llrookljj. .. DECORATION DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 30. AT 10.30 A. M., . ON THE GROUNDS. T, II. ('. .HAI'I'.s A; i:o AurlloiirertV , 69 LIL.rtj it.. K. Y., ,' WILL SELL 230 LOTS AM) ty 5 NEW HOUSES. Tbeae I.ota arc one minute's wnlk frefil VAN NEST STATION AND 5 TROLLEY ROAD. KAKK B OK NTS FROM 129T1I ST.C and near C MORRIS PARK : RACE TRACK. Huajr Trruta. Tltlri limirrd HE.NU TO AUCTIONKKRH FOR IAP4. Haln Kn'n or Hhlnr UNDER A LAROB TENT. I.unrh acrvrd. llfVaia 0.43 A. ill. Train at !20th al. an 3d avi. orTrollry C'nra, II rutmltiit. X The Sales of n n j I HIRES' Rootbeer llmil 1 tflijC OftTt Q) I t m 864 Bottles sold In 1878. MI 1 111 IV f UrA Wt Ut) I j t 1 3,024- Bottles sold in 1879. k JaiB I 5,804 Bottles sold in 1880. mmmma n ImImmiiiv SSESSSSSSmmmmmmiSm Eg f I 13,680 Bottles sold in 1881. ....... . . - . . h sfip nn , . . 000 President Lincoln said: "You may fool some of the people all of the time, or fool all the people part of the time. "sHs ! 3fel " 18'422 Bottles sold in 1882. but yQu can,t foo, a the peop,e a Qf the tJme I ' ""28,512 Bottles sold in 1883. , . . m f ""45 216 Bottles sold in 1884. R these figures over. Examine the accurate scale. Mark the wonderful recent growth, and settle the ajj 'I' 1 . ,. , ' question for yourself. Vi ' ""55,728 Bottles sold in 1885. J 83,728 Bottles sold in 1886. Are all the people mistaken, or is HIRES' Rootbeer a really good thing? MHI191I808 Bottles sold in 1887. ft&l MHMHHMBiHM 394,560 Bottles sold in 1888. griBj ! 'i 578,948 Bottles sold in 1889. g j p 2,880,278 Bottles sold in 1892. 8 fiftj p Notice the constant growth in popularity since its introduction fifteen years ago. There is no record to match this. There is no " just as good ; " there is & 31- 110 44 USt the sarne" Tnere are sme counterfeits there have been many. While the counterfeiters have been disputing among themselves as to how much Hp of a mixture their mixtures would mix, 5gj jl Jfo fteof -cunv adopted MIKES . SIS 05 shown by the wonderful record above, and have proved to the satisfaction of even the most careless observer that HIRES' RootTbeer is the most popular as fSj Iff jgg well as the most delightful and healthful drink in the world. S Wk H It brings Health and Happiness to every Home. Be sure that it is in yours.