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h V 1 ptrfatOBO to tbo'hcalre tuis cvcnlnit, ! W ' tliough alio 19 Terr doilrous ot pleasing licr ft! Tii I American friend. t7 EOlnsr, If only lor an ; ,!$ t hour." taH l-eople about tne lTlnceis at tno ball last ( .renlne noticed ltiher taco bore a mralucd ; '.' f expression and that sho teemed to aci inc. . A cuantcally, perfunctorily. Mfj; 51 t The story fj6t about, that she was under a fW IS , strain of anxioty'iiaused by a cablegram re. fr W i cclrediesterday IrODi l'arls, saying that one S ! of her children there was very 111. fc ' if? 1 CoinuiandiT Unvls denied till? story, llu jTr"" 8,1,11 ! -' .m.- , "Tho Infnntn was a HHIo worried over a .1 leitrr mailed In I'nrla April UU. ami received iM !5 r cnyycsterJjy. It had iien nililresied to her ffc it f at Havana, and had tollotveanor to New HIk (f t VorK. It nil state tn.il cue of her children larT vss 111, but rno further news has been W I cabled to her sEc feels certain that, tho child fin-3 r Is well ajaln. Lk'Vj rj ever, to make l.cr scud a cablegram to l'arls, ''I' r :k "C for lull particulars." ky W ' lturlns a call by Gen. Horace rcrter and I). Wr ' ft. ! jj. iiayne, ihls moinlDir, Prince Antonio, tin iV'k t I husband of the Infanta, Mgnined a deslie to ffe-Vfj 1 Mm tho establishments wurre American BfW fii firearms and other weapons are sold, una It ih 1"lckl' arratised that he and Duke fiW'IS' Tannines should set out with their visitors at K"" M 1 o'dpCK this altcrnoon tor a visit to such es-vtf'- M tabllshmrnts. 3,'--' Si hnt Hhr .1llpil. j! 'Jf Donnon the pier at the foot ot West Tlilr lit "H ty.lourth street there was bustle and activity- Ft f Ity all the early mornlnc. j$ f The tetutltul itiamerMonmouthlaybesldo If'. ft the pier awaiting Clio coniltig of tho Spanish la Jit guests and their entertainers of New York. Bp i Calems' wagons were dellverlne the ma J3 f j terlal lor a maxhlrlcent collation, and dece it Iff 1 rators wero busy cmlwlllsulni: the Interior of 'I1' 1,10 sWp wltn teutllul nnw"' fsK aui1 ' Imntlnt;. IjlL.'ij 1 Crowds bejran to wend their way down E';a. i itreet and avenue to tne pier, and capt, l': i'rloe, n roundsman and ten blue-coats cre W. p, busy keeping tha ay clear. Tho whole cabin decs forward of the com- 'i panlonway wos reserved for the Princess and jj' !' Iier. suite, with staterooms Xos. :i and .1 set i i apart for rettrlng-rooms lor tho lnlanta. rf f . ; A table was built In the forward cabin, it ' ,J which Is furnished in mahogany and golden- i ' M brome plush, and on this table was noral ; ;t design In red and yellow roses, representing v . the Spanish nag. by 4 leet In hUc ',' There were a hundred Immcnso bouo,uels, i baskets of flowers and noral pieces, all ad. r .) 'pressed to the lnfanlu by her admirers, and !v S fbe Interior of tho whole vessel was huig ' ' with nags. Old Cllory and tho Sranlsh colors ; 1 ' Alone being used. ,' IlnnilrnU Were lllaappolnleil. I if By It o'clock the people began to arrive on l j loot and by carriage. They wero received y J by Howard Carroll and Mcholson Kane as ? L , they arrived, and lully IfiO ladles and gentle. lii inen had arrived wheuoen. Horace 1 ortcr's ' i tnegseng'er brought the news from tho Hotel J 't Batoy that the trip bad been abandoned. , f ht There wero " Oh uearsl" and " It's too, too M bad!" from the ladles.and expressions Just as E J . full of earnestness from tho men. lluttbero ' U was nothing to do for this army but to i) fr "march down the bill again." i L There was a hurried consultation botween I If' ice committeemen, the caterer and the L ' Oorlsts, and then tbo magninoent floral deco- P 3l ' rations were dismantled and tho nowers were ;' ir distributed among ibo ladles present, all but r; f lbs bpanlsb flag and thosd pieces addressed if f!s to the Princess and bearing tbo cards ot tho jltr ; senders. Hrl y These were placed In carriages and taken fy' ' t0 h,r al luo llotel SaT0Jr If 1 1 f . Then such ot the food prepared for the col- ii) ' i latlon as was perishable was distributed 'V 'li umo'ng the children on tne wharf, and lor an ffi 1 .1 nour H 081 Thirty-fourth alreet wltnossed a 1 procetslon eastward bound ot ladles bearing ill ili I flowtrs and urchins munching rolls, biscuits nf? W . andtneUke. 15 SrJ Many carriages arrived up to 11 o'clock )Tt 11 poople who bad been belated, but had ! It notheard ot the postponement ot the trip III ' L tllltonday. U' - T i A wagon load ot flowers was senttoDellt- b ' ' vu" Hospital and some to other non-sectarian t ' 1 Institutions, and the preparations will all !' t have to be done over again on Monday. I The catholic i lub will tender a reception vJ; i' tn infanta Lulalla to-inorrow evening at T.:m ffli o'clock, at MO Wetl Kllty-nlnth street. 'Iho ?ijft f reception will be under tho auspices ot Arch il ff blsiiop Corn nan. DIDH'T WAIT FOR EULALIA. y i ' Mrs. Cuttlntr and Other New York -j Society PeoDlo In Chicago, X h CHICAGO, May 27. Mrs. Bayard it" ;, Cutting, now at the Auditorium, wns j j ; i one of the original commltteo for tho ! C f reception of the Infanta Kulalla at !. New Yprk, but did not stay In Ootham , until the arrival of the I'rlncces. ( ct i ', Mrs. Stuyvesnnt Fish also Is said to jj jB 1 be on her way to rhlcaKo .without hnv- (" S'f i ' 'ns met tna l'r'nceBs, nllhough she wns 'i ill1 ' i llkeiviao one of thr- orlnlnal patronesses. I J'(l An unlooked for Interference Is said t(i Hi rf have modlfle'l tho iibniH of some of the Wii D i society women of Xcw York In maklnK 'ljl V' ' the reception of the Infanta purely a jjTt eoilpty affair. vl,l t, Amons th- arrivals yesterday were A,S,X J Mr. Edward Marshall Ilrown. Miss K ' L- Brown, Mr and Mrs. W. V, Peters. Ukf Ji:ss .Marlon and Miss Isabel Peters. FExhmlr a-'.c n i (or West Point. Thirty cnnJlJates mailj the r api'earanco at tho Do I.a iallo institute, los West Klfiy ainth sireet, this morning lur a competitive examination for nonilnntio: by Congressman Warner to the West point cadelahlp trom tho Thirteenth C mgretsl nal I l.trlcr. 1 be can. dirtales rangi'ii In ,ig from soventten to twenty-one. 'I ho examining board consisted 01 llr. .tames I -. Asaisiuni upr rluirndent or Public lutructlon: lirotlier llMldwin peter, cf lie l.a halle lustltuie, and Prof. John M. ' Will " Fry Poller" Won tin Vase. Stilt 1 r At the Press club fair lust m.'ht tuere was , 'hli j a very lively ontt fr a e eluht lcrt lift, i' J high, which was to ce given tu tho most por. 'T?) t, ' ular Tammany district lraurr In thh city. . tp to within tlvu inlr utrsi ol the linking nf : ,SV v the polls police commissioner .lames .1. il(;f Nartln as away nlienu. Iluinry Kourke ' V Ml I walled ut an.l tought l.uou soles, ii it t which h. cast in fasorof AsscinMrman sul. ' 's vj llvan, and Dry Loilnr won tliu vua;. JliiV j To P! Ah tl a Sale, $ Tj Franklin Wen, on behall of Judgment cred. ' fii 1 Itorsbt CorJcerjv Dowllng & Co., has tiled a it $r notlco In the County Clerk's onice to the ''vi f ftrret that a suit has been I egun agilnst tho " ' J tJt I Clantii coiupuii) to set. nsm a sale of i 1 i, I end1 made to tho cnrnoratlon by cor- - m a' l lerjr, Dowllmr fa corkeiy. Doming & co. ' fl tli ( laMrrt a short lluio ago lor tno stcund time fkW i .within a year. hAs I ilt'M " Bodv p,ck,,5 Un Rv n Tr. l The tugboat Cyrus picket up a bod) this (rfJtSJ f morning in midstream, opposlio Wall ttreet. ( .It was that of a man about thirty jearsold, 'fllltl 5 flVe feet nine Inches tall, dark hair anil mons- UriW I tacne, and wrl.'bcd about 170 pounds, llu : K tL3 had on creaiu-colored checked coat, dark '-CI I'D ft brown troupers, white flaunt-1 iblit and 'wjJB i 'slterH, Tbrru wes a contusion over the left 1 187,000 foliar Flrft t Pay Cltr.Mtrh. IIArt'ITV. Mich., May U7.-W. II. .Mll.eri: Co.'fiardare store and thrte-story bilck Jaulldlag were oomrlotely destrpyed bj nro lostnliht. The touth wall or the .Miller building fell on Jleel.i r's grocery store and badly daunted, It. Tbu lutal loss reach's .37,000. Aimer's IcSJrJnce la about (10,000 d uu other loasot are well covered. J vy; ,rrWir, .i Wirni i ,' ' iVm 'guwivf ,MnaafcMf ,,f y ,,,,.,,,,,,, smic9 TALK OF THE TURF, i 'Jockey George Taylor Re ceived Possibly Fatal Injuries on" Hash. HIS RIDING DAYS ARE OVER. Mr. Ktme's Startinq from tbo Ground Does Not Suit tho Public. i ' I (leorge Taylor's career as n Jockey Is probably ended. Ho Is now lying In Ht. Mary's Hospital with a biully smashed leB, the result of being Jammed on the fence during the Inst rnce ut 1 Oravesend yesterday. The physicians 1 nt the hospital this mornlnc reported , thnt Taylor's leg was fractured In no less than five plnces. Ills font was 1 crushed so that a piece of bone pro truded from the flesh. This bone hns been removed, anil the physicians hope lint they will be able to save the kg, Should Inflammation set In, however, the Injured member will have to be re moved In order to save the Jockey's life. Taylor has not been Inking the best of ! core of himself of late, and thore Is danger thnt some complication may en sue. Taylor had the mount on Hush In the last race. The Jockey was extremely nervous go ing to the post, for the field .was Inrge and crowding ws Inevitable. Tnylor has met with severe nccldents before this, and the remembrance of thete 1 make him nervous In large fields. In the run around the upper turn Tnylor, who vuis on the Inside, wu Jammed on the rail. I'l foot and leg scraped uiong the lWar-' until the Injuries named nbove wero Inflicted. Taylor hung on to the reins until the I stretch was reached, when he became 1 faint and rolled off the horse. If Tay lor reeovbrs It la not probable that he will ever ride again. He always had , a premonition that he would be killed In the saddle. Taylor In an nngllshman, ami rode races In Hnglntid before ho came to this country. He was well liked, nnd when In form a very clever rider. The starting of -Mr Howe yesterday was far from satisfactory to the public, in one race he left Iteckon nt the post nnd In another the two-year-old Ponce de Leon was standing when the flnir fell. Mr. Howe Is a populur young man nnd every one would like to see him succeed with his flag. It mny be as well to mention, however, that good starts can never be made with the starter on the ground. It Is Impossible for him to see everywhere In the race. . and some one Is bound to get the worst of It. It Is simply a wuste of time to ' attempt to line the horses up and mnke ihm keep their positions, and Mr. Howe hns certainly hail experience enough to demonstrate that fact. The starter's proper place Is In the box. He has full power over the Jockey, nnd .stern punishment should soon bring fractious riders to their senses. The Hrlghton Ileach Association haH i engaged Jimmy McLaughlin to handle the flag at their Summer meeting. The 1 narrow truck and large fields will give the ex-Jockey a chance to prove his i?nl wuith. The rllooklyn meetlns Is proving a I must disastrous one for M. F, Dwyer. ! Ills losses already mount Up In the i thousands. He is credited with plung . log heavily on His Illghnecs and Nomad I yesterduy. The Hheepshead Itay delegation, led by Supt. Frank Clark, left their rolls with the hookies yesterday, They I plunged on Glenmoyne. I AJax's six furlongs In l.H yesterday would Indicate that he Is a sprinter pure and simple. Over a distance of ground a few days ngo he was badly lieuten by a poor lot of horses. Crossfire colt's last race wns so poor that his owners let him run loose yes terday. Ho got away next to last, went through his field and won a great race by a head, Kugene f.elgh has sold l.qurestan. the HOOD'S Sarsaparilla .int. .i. a. wmini.r.it, 1 llalthuoir. Md. I Contracterjj the War J MP1NAI. IMSKAMU AMI K IIIIt'M ATIH.M A nlll.lllllll'N It l:VAIU). After Venr nt Kitflrrln Wns (Jnred by IId.iiI'-. "Ilaltl'noro, Md,, February 27, lmill. "C. I. Hood ,V Co., I.on.'l, Mam., "In lSir; I Joi;u-.l the Union arm)-, remit then only I or 11 iear old, WMle Mruntr lay c otmlry 1 wa taken ill with itplnal lUciftbe and rhcuinatlRin. W.eu I tutumed home mr iroumo Mas ami una me anu 1 ni j com i.m:ii to jiv iicii, unab'etohelp myiolt for VI! months. Doctor fild to irivo me ir.oro thin trinrornry lellef. Attor irreat effort, I was abla tu irrt up tlnsllr andatarled to uora at tut maolilnlit'a trade I n u"t uel! ted a rouiauton lua rblnutalvuud u'p to take flood'H baraiparilia I I not a bottle and coii'd c.iui kl v uoto a change for tte better. I continued and after taklmr aeven bottles I was veil and hato not tine i benu troubled with my old oo'u lnut. M wife ) was in 111 health, auCerlnir with hetdacha, dlzti I neta and dyafeptu. tho took two bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla anl Itela like a new vrninnn," Jiuca A. Wiiizles, 100b Divition street. HOOIl'H I'M. I.N cure OomtlDationbyreitor loir the pimtaltlc action of tha alimentary canal four-year-old son of Kingfisher nnd Luurclte, to P. Ilyttli for IMW. Lawless ran Inst again yesterday This rolt In his work leads Ills owner to expect great things of him, but In Ida races he runs like n dog. O. W. Johnson worked n mile nnd n quarter In 2.11 1-2 al 'Hheepshead Hay jeslerndy. Jinny trainers think that this three-yeiir-old will give Knlnhow a hard argument. If he does not beat him. Itlnbow Is bolng specially prepard for the American Derby nitham 'Jtteen showed quite n turn of fpeed In her men yesterday. Hhe ought to win a flve-rtirlotig dash with light weight up. Hlr Walter was worked out o mile, finishing In 1.12. Considering thnt he wns n good second to AJux In a very fast three-qtiartcis, this wan very ere 1 Itithlo woik. VcFtllmle was a very good horse yes terday. Hucglns seems to hnve n knnrk of sending Ills horM-n to the post lit to race. Other trainers might profit by ills example. A man was nrresleil In I.atonla for toutinc, and Is lo be held In Jail until the meeting lit that point Is over. Jersey Justice must take a back seat after this. Onawnndn, who wns only beaten n short head In the Inst race, was quoted at 150 to 1 In some of the books. . LADY BARBERS. " The lady barber," sold Louis Hd ninnils, who Is at the L.ndell. In the Ht. Louis (tlolie-nemoer.it, "cannot city Indies have opened barber simps with h Kre.it flourish of trumpets, and lien patronised 'very lll.erallv by the youths of the rlty, who regarded the Idea as distinctly novel. Hut the enset where the project has proved ativthlng like n permanent nuecess nre very rale. I buve been shaved twice by a lndy bar ber, nnd would not go through the ordenl a third time even If paid liber ally for so doing. It Is not because a lady ennnot shave so much ns because hhe ennnot keep n razor In good condi tion " It looks very ensv to strop a r.tior, but every man who baa tried to shave himself recollects how he has oh solutely failed lo produce the desired effect, In spite of the most vigorous applications of energy nnd what he regards ns skill. A Imlv Is at still greater disadvantage, rnd ran seldom sharpen even n penknife, let alone a hollow-ground raior. Tbu onlv possible chance the average lady barber has Is to keep n man busy sharpening her razors, and by so doing she has to pay away the bulk of her profits In the way of sunerllitotis wages. In nddttlon to this, most men who are expert stroppers are also expert barbers, and prefer to complete the operation themselves." Acrobat Mobi to Dt a Divorce, ltefcres Warren s. Hurt has filed with the Supreme Court his report recommending that Henry Charles lions, the ncrobat and con tortlonlst, now at Kostrr A- nial s, who ii known as tho " Miappearlng Demon," bo awarded a decree ot absolute divorce from his wile, Ilojo Muss, und alto tho custody ot their child. I Said Flatarfc Bor.t Him on the Past. Itobert Wade, thirteen yeats old, was com. I muted temuorarlly to the caro of tho Chll dren's Society In Jefferson Market Court to day. Wado ran away from the Dominican Fathers' Home at PparUll tho other night, lie gave as a leason lor t Ills that the sisters beat him on Hie feet until he couldn't walk tecause he had gonoln swimming. Dr. Moasnll'n Debt Discussed. .At tho session this morning of the Atrlcan ' Methodist Episcopal church Itcv. J. llurse in clcrred a charge against Dr. c. W. llossell for non-payment of a debt of :io due from a busliiets transaction In April, mus. The conlerence thought It should bo pild, but tho i matter will be ut.sldered further. i Fntndly Hurt by a Car Cornelius Ferry, ajed four years, of 10U amlllon avenue, llropklyn, Is at tho point of death at his homo t hli morning. He fell In front of car No. mo ot the Kltteeiith street line at Hamilton nvenne and Hicks sleet last night. 1 he brake gearing struck- tho child m the head, causing concuaalon ut tho bralu. , Kicked by a Horse, David Brennan, seventeen years, ot Uel mont avenue and Oaboru street, Brooklyn, is in a critical condition at St. Mary's Hospital, lliooklyn, to-day. Yesterday afternoon llrenuau was groumlug a vicious horse. I he nnltnat became unmanageable, ana kicked llicnnau in the head, causing a compound fracture ot the skull. He will probably dir. Consolidated Exchange Nominations Tbo lollonlng nominations have been miulo on tho Consolidated Mock Kxchangc: 10' President, C. O. Wilson ; First Vice-President, Ihoinas 1. Wat sun ; Second Vice-President, W. H. w Uduiu ; Treasurer, Johu &tan tun ; chairman, A. W. Peters. Suspacted of a Hank Toller's Murder bT. LOUIS, May '" Frank Moore, a pro fessional burglar, was arrested hero yester day, tho police think Moore knouB something about the murder of Hank 'teller Mcculloch, and are trying to fasten the crime upun blm, but he nsierts hli ability tu prove an alibi I when the times cou.es. - ItRl'ai Warships Ball for Home. Tho Italian flagship Etna and the transport Erldano sailed to-day for tho Meallerranean. Them wai no demonstration trom tho other warships as they left the North Itlver. Tne cruller tllovannl liaus.in and the liogsll will probably remain uuill alter Memorial Hay. pollcamnn Stack's Suit Ararued. Chief Justice Clement, In the City Court, llrouklyn, to-day heard arguments In thesult of Policeman Thomas w. Stack against the city to recover about moo, which he alleges is duo him under the new law, w blch, he claluif, ulacei him in the first grade. It is a test case and doilslon was reserved. Run Over by a f'akr'B Wagon. Minnie I.evlson, sixty-four years old, ot S3 Avenuo C, was run over at Avenue c and Fifth stteet thin morning by a horse andbakei's wagon driven b) Thcujure l'rokap, ot 1,'lti Kant Third street, who nas arrowed. Tho woman was laktiu home. Aged Mr.n Held for Assault. T.homas J. Taylor, Uxty.throe jears old, of 304 Kast Klghtj. first street, was held by Justice Koch la I kscx Market court to-dar on a chmgc or asnault preurred by Maithew Morrison, of 1143 l.i.st Mitj.tlfth airet-l. Found a Dnby's Hodv on a Dock. The body ol a male child, nine iinntbso!d, nas lound this morning on iho dock at the foot ot Wert Forij-'ljhth stieet by (irilrer l.oula I'onley, ut tho West Fony.selenlh street polU'o station. I t0,214.ii5 for License Granted. Tho Mayor's Marshal reported to-diy tho lecelptot itl.'.'M.'-'.'i lor 1,'JfcO licenses Issued during the past week. f Corntne Events. Openlac xhltiltlftn f Hoberane'a " Tn Fall ul ttabrlon" lhi evaolt c at l'noraina Uulld- lb lntnDltl itreat auil Fouita avaoue. ' Kihlblllon ilrld of t&n U'aJtt Carua iA M, MiLimi) rhurch tint creulna, at Ua Cautcn. Kat iwentir-uliitti atreat. . Tile Cathullo Youiifi Maa AiKccUttnn will hod i a lole'iui iin ma., al l'ttiltcuralion Uliurcn. Molt ana Part trnli, Tueajaj llf ISO. ' An Escaped Lunatic. (Truiu Teaaa Sltilma.) A New York gentleman Uslilug Chicago awoke one night to find a masked burglar with a loaded pistol statiduur at his bedside. I naut money or your Hie." "loiotl Don't you know I've been here tno days'r" Monras lir.oTnzr, aiorata anhoue, V3J. JJl'-J'iC W tt if U at., . Iiiiultiiiaia rotirt I trut., (. par loads uv, avcordluf to tlltUDva. V riy-"' waff n tan jnnei. i, ffmimt AFFAIRS III WALL STREET. ; Tho Wook Closes with Quiet Mar kots and Weak Tono. Ilank Htuternant Miowi nn Unex pected (lain In Mirplm Keaerve. ! WALL STHKKT, Saturday. Mny 27 - j ' The week closed with quiet markets and j a rather weak tone lo speculation at the Ktock Kxchange. I , Lower quotations were received from ' London, nnd had an ndverse Influence. After the foreign selling or.icrs were executed there was a brisk rally, under the leadership of Manhattan and Dis tillers, but the bears poon started prices on the down tick ngaln. nnd even succeeded In neutralizing the effect of the favorable bank statement. Very little Interest was laken In the dealings, which, ns usual of late, were largely professional. The room traders are generally bearish, and there belnc I no outside support the tendency of the market Is naturally downward. General Klectrlc was again conspicu ously weuk, selling down to CI, the lowest of the week. At the close, however, the stock rallied to 67 1-2 a K IS. Among the specialties Interior Con duit and Insulation dropped 2, to 4i, and National Clorduge, preferred, 3, to 4. The Import.! of specie for the week wero M3.M4. mostly from th West In dies nnd Central American ports. The Imports, exclusive of specie, at t ho j Port of New York for the week wete S10.3T7.b01. of which J1.624.&S0 were dry goods and JS,752,912 general merchandise. Tl.e total bank clearings of all the clearing-houses of the t'nlted States for the week ending tu-day have been $1, 032,376,75!. a decrease of 1133,101,910 from the preceding week p.nd a decrease of J9J.592.S10 ns compared with same week Inst year. The bank statement shows a gain of 11,117,750 In surplus reserve. A loss had been generally expected. It appears that the banks gained neatly J3,000,0X) by the Interior currency movement, and lost about $3,500.(100 by Sub-Treasury opera tions and gold exports. The hanks now hold 125,1.19,925 above legal requirements, against 124,612,825 In ISM. 'I he following are the comparative figures: Ma?0. Mj5". flin. I.nan .841B, 911, 100 4lr,tlol,ono do.l, (0.1. 7011 hrt-l. 71,ill,10d 70.el7.1'in do. !i.4.(0l) I.Vlt.n M.SCI.'.'O'l r.:i,0S4,0r0 Inc. l.tllj, ion irp'alta 4aH,Csa,3oO 43,7"4,7nu ,c. l.uis.cnn i l.Tlat'n (OrJ.UJ D.C2I.70U Inc. :tl.fU0 The net earnings of the Edison Klec I trie Illuminating Company for April were $t5,9tu, nn Increase of 14,616. Trom January 1 to April 30 the net earnings were $210,717, an Increase of 113.823. hTe gross earnings of the ft. Paul road for April were J2.64I.6S7, an Increase of $216,611, nnd net $783,098, an Increase of $85,264. The gross earnings for the ten months ended April 30. 1893. were $28,686,781, nn Increase of Sl.239.670, and I net $8,743,757, a decrease of $S50,3S7. Money was nomlnnlly 2 1-2V3 percent, j on cull. i The sterling exchnnge market closed strong nird higher at 4.R5 3-4 for bank ers' 60-dny bills, 1.89 1-2 for demand, and 4.90 1-4 for cables. The sales of stocks were 125.000 shares. In the unlisted department, 8,250 shares of sugar were traded In, The Closing- Quotations. sr" me. . rr". Anenraii Inh.... 1H flIK R1M Aatanean Huiar llaf,... H7J4 Si M7 B7 American Dial. Tel. ... MM 6- Aleh.. Top. 8. F ir, jbik jr jijj Central Pacific 'JlH V6H MH 2li Obrlaarala Uhla..... 1DH 10H 19H 19ii Clocaaauaa. 7S 75 7'12 7(14 V.. II. 1 Dinner KIH S:M S4m 84'1 1 hlcaao Narthiint... 101 108U 101 10S t r.li.s Mil. a st. 1'aul.. I ll 01' l '&U ltl( l lilcllcikl. A I'ae.... 7'.M 72 7VU CI.,.. :.. O. i St. 1... 4'J ( tAl 42 ti Ual. Hack. Vallar.... 3'2H 2JW TIM 2'.' I'. I. llo.k. Coa I'H OHi 9 9H Conaolli'aled l".a. . .131 13J. 13') - till. Dal., back, s VTaat 14114a 1404, l.HH M(!i lieiawara A Hndioa 12& l'2h 125 123 D.a. avatt.aiaaa ItH 1W li'i ItH K. leun.. Va. A l.a. H (i H H K. 'I,. Va. a (la. 20 nt. 4 4 4 4 Kv'lTllle Tar. Ilanta. IMU 1SUJ4 Uffi IZCM i.rean Ha A Wlaana, .. 7t 7ta 7H 7H 0n. Klaclr'e 70W 7l!j 65 ri-t, liiiunii c.ntral 92h a.'H 9JH 91H lorra I 'antral 7 7 7 7 Int. Co itl. , li 4.1 45 4t 4S Kanawha A Mica 11 II 11 11 l.aclrdcllas 17 17 17 17 lakahUora iiJH 12.m l'i2a l'2'l l.auiavlllal aib. M4 f.r.lj G.' l.aun.. K. Alb. A Cnl... 19 11' 19 i Manhattan l.'i.naul 1'20 131U l it l.H !4 Mlaieunraoltlc S7T( 3i .17t IS Mn.. hm. i lei... 11! HM 1IW 11H Mn., Kan. A Tat. pf. .. '2tl)a 2l'j '20fi 211)5 Nat. I'nrd Un II fj 171i 111 lUtJ New York Central Ill) 102l, 1U1( !! N. Y. A. New Knalaad.. 27W 2T5 V6M art, N. Y..t'M. 1 17W IT! 174 l"af Natthern FaclOa 14W 14M HM H'4 Nariaarn Paolliopral... 3U SOU 3r,)s ru N, in Mnarira i t SV1 ' 3 Oatarle Wait 151) lf 15 15 I'icinoMall "Jlit-f 2''H 2i'W l'hlla. Kaallnic tlH 1W 2 1 H, I'llt.... ' I., nt S44 S4 ft4H 54l Pullman I'alaca Car Co. 170 176 17.'.. 17. a! Kick. Watt rout Tar. 3 3l Jfi 3H llicli, Jl .!'. Ut. mil. IS IS 1H Ih hi. 1. Mnulhnnittrn fH 6U ft CH K uthern I'arlHc ??H 3, IK-i Teaa. Coil ilrnii. ...... In lt" 17 U Tot,. A. Arlior A X Ai.. ll'l H'l HI 10 IJaloa I'acltlc. '2UM '.tit( 29M 2I'M United hlatealluhbar . UH 4'U 44H 44U Wahaaknrar 17 llij 17 ml Teat.Uileleripb. Hit H4H M HH ha.dtv. Ulnine Stocics. Tka following ars the closlag quotations ot , mlalng ilocis at tbt CuaavUaaiad hxobaagf to-day : I Kill. Aakad. i BM. Aakad. Anitneaa Horn Ml.ar 2.UU Klai Ot .12 Irna Sllrer. .IS Alice 10 -iltou Hill.. ,14 Adaaiicon. .70 Ulactton A.pa.M.A I A I'amti., .1) h. Co 1.03 J.aCro.ie., .0.1 .08 Ilelchar Hi Lead. Coo. .1 , Hail A l.iltlaCSItt .19 Uelcner.. .OS lilencau... 1.10 ' Vadie 15 Muultoa... .IS Baroaloaa. .13 - Monterri,. 3.20 llif.cf - .SliAortli tlella bruai.oon. .05 -: Lie 10 Kalaioal ., .15 .30 Ontario ... 14.00 laledoaia OpSIr 1,50 1L 11 SO - n.l.u'iaJI ,08 ( hellar KO P imonU. ,50 - l iowa F't. .50 I'boeali I,. ,t5 Ckrj.ollle. .15 raieallAri, .10 lol. Can... ,05 .75 I'liirnii K. Im. Cat. rrta 30 I A Va. ... 1.65 - Hot i i.oa ComMtaok Con,.,... ,50 Mock 07 iKa,acr.... .60 Hand O.eO kltrra .. ,H0 hcrlp 11,11 MormaaaL . Duukia ., ,li) 'tbaaliaio.., ,5t Deiunaad rat saoaf 'lerra 91 Ilia .20 yurakaC'n ,511 MltrrCurt .15 . I ruin .20 binallrlop'i ,50 lal er Ua iblliarilia, I aiaat 15 - Co.atb.V .07 Gculil X .Mioakoat. ,15 Curri 60 - Tteia ; llal'ANoi- It'. i... ooj. .75 - re , . 61 Wanlean,. .15 lloaaeiiaka 10.00 lYaUJajkil .70 ', To Trv Alderman UcKaeon Monday. I Dlitrlct-Attoruey James W. itldgway ana bis assistant, Mr. Clarke, were making filial pieparatlens to-day to pre-a tho trial of Al derman William .McKfe, Indicted for com. plleity in tue nl.eged oiuuMan irauiK The cas.' will be brought to trial on Monday moru- r ing. Cruiser Chlcacro on Dry Dook. The t'nlted states orulser Chicago went on tho dry dock at the llrouklyn Navy Yard tbla morning to un tergo a series of repairs before going on a crulte to Kutope. BROOKLYN DAY AT CHICAGO. World's Fair Offlolal Telegraph for Information. Mayor Iloody of Drooklyn. received the fellowlng telegram this morning regardloz the celebration ot the German societies of iho city of Churches at the World's -Fair oa June "7: xy out n s fair onoi'Mn. CIIICAUU, Mar 35, lsul. Jnne 37 haa Keen ai-lcned a" Rrmikljrn liar," PeAAe arieo a nrr ai priillrM dale fo'tr aeneral tiroxtaiuuia; alio what ou wilt reqnlre upon part ,l lljla cminlte (or onr i-nntort ami con, en. lence, whether a larae room will be nee tad for ei er.Uri, Impcrtaut to know qulckir K. C. CULP, Sacretarr. 1 TotMaks tho Allan. State etenmshtp Lino a Joint Stock Concern. LONDON, May 27. It la understood that negotiations aro In progress with a view to roniertlng tbo Allan-state steamship line Into a joint stock company. The capltul necessary to carry out tho piaulsto be prl I vately subscribed. I Itei'rj. Hugh and Montagu Allan are now i In this city. Tho Way to Get a Flngman. MlLULllN, N. J., May S7. Aldcrmin Llznthlne, wblle driving In a buggy over the Holmes avenue crossing of the be aware, i Lackawanna and Western ltallroad yester day, narrowly escaped being killed by the .Morrlstnn n Expres. eat bound. Tne cross ltg was unguarded. Alderman Ltghthli-e tlireatenea legal proceedings against tuc Company, and a flagman was stationed at the crosolog wltnlna few hours attcrwards. Whoso LlttU Olrla Ar They ? Tiro llt'Ic colored girls who were found nt Ninth avenue and lorly-seventh street last night and taken tul'ollco II( adnuarters were I still uuclalmcd tbls morning. I tie girls arc sl,ter. (me Is lour ami t lie other a year yotiuger. '1 be eldest ono has on a blue dress I and i heck aprou. '1 ne otber has a plaid dres and biown apron. Tbey can't tell their names or where they live. Run Down in Nowurk. NF.W'AKK, N. J., May Mrs. Lena Schwartz, aged thirty-three, of fill Keren tecum avenue, wa badly Injured last night by being knocked down by a wagon nrlven by John collou, a Holieinlan, aged seventeen. Tbo wbeels pashPil over her body and she was Injured Internally. Coltoo, who It u cnrpeti tor's anprriitlce. will be held until tbo extent I ot her Injuries are known. Hit a Child with the Shears. John (laronnn, a tailor, of 0 Mulberry street, was belsjor trial In tho Tombs Court . tun morning for throwing a pair or shears at a little girl named Lena tloldsteln and ' wounding her in the light les Oaronan ' was working lor Isaac Buns, at 1U8 Leonard i street, yesterday und the little girl got In bis I way and he lbrMv the siicurs at Uer. Insane Jnn Goes to tha Asylum. NKWAltK, N. J , May 27. Charles Jad, the i Cblnaman who Imagines ho will be driven ' out ot the country by tbo Geary law, was i laken to tno County Insane Asylum this , morning. He will be a tempornry patient for ( ten day!, nnd then made permanent It he shows uo Improvement. Woman Cycllat Run Down a Boy. (men M:Mahon,of lib Amsterdam avenue reported at the West Hxty-elgbth street sta-tlon-bouso to-day that his son Patrick, aged seven, was ruu down by a bicycle ridden lo an unknown woman at blxty-seventh street and Western Houlev.ird. The boy received Boreral bruises about the face and head. SHIPPING NEWS. ALVA.! AO FOR TO-DAT. ! r.Ei.. 4.31 Hub ieti. 7.'J0 M leti. ..2.48 HIGH Willi 10-DAT. A.M. P.M. BudrMoaV 6.44 OtTeraor'ftl.lia.) U.lii U.J1 tiall Ut Kit (VJ4 LOW WATtI TO DAT. Sndr1"k OcvarBer'tlilftnd .1J.18 IV IS UMI (Ut 1.40 1.40 ? Ami Kiatera 8UBdrd Timt auktrMl fur TOUT Or SEW VUKK. AUniVRD. 8. tamer OimtAnU, 0it. lUlnf, Irom M?r pool INiiy 'JO, Qutenttuwn '2t witu ruffrchatidU ana 2'i3 I1rt ctbiu. 17'J second, iteeriRA ps eticert t Vrnoa H. Urown t Co., irtlTaa at tha liar at 7.23 A.M. Maamer Pari, ('apt. Ttandlf, from Houtliaaip ' ton .Majr 'JO, with menhindlHt an I Vfi7 firt cabin, i 8j7 econJ cat in tfnd a27 iteerasn (iaBBnari to lotflruattotial avlcattou Co, arrited at tna br at 'J A. M. OUIUOIHG STXAUEA1. A1LKD TO-pal. Chestar. Southampton. City of Rome, Llfsrpcol. Concho. (iatvButon, Ktrnrla, Livrpf"l, 1CI Monte, Now Orleant. laaTouraine, llavrt. Lutjfclana, New Orlvaoa. Mutlal, Oraoada. ontaba, Ilavaoa. Prtna Wtllem 1.. Hayti. Fhlladalphia. LOua)ra, I'annlaod, AnlHrp- Khaptta, Hauiburr. Ta'labaiiae, aTatnah. IVrendam. HotlerJaiu. Warra, Uanoa. 1WCOMIKO STKAUKKS. PCE TO-DiT. rnti-lla, nihraltar Aorlt 30. Atlia, Jamaica May 20. Cacbanilre, Utbraltar May IS. Hufc-ii, tlarra May 10. DOM to-mormoW Alatka, LUarpoolMay 20. Ctrcasla( (itiiiow Mr IH. La Hrrtagiia, IfaTre May '-'0. Mottawk, lm'ton May 17. I Tnnidad, Bermuda May 33. FOltlCICN CORTrt. 1J I CADLI.t IIAMHURO, Miy 'J7. Tne llamburc-Amertrao line eteaintr Auituata Victoria, Capt. Uarenda, trom .w York, arrifed at 4 A. U. to-day. CoTllfaNHUKC, May -i7.-The llamborc-Amar Ivan tin eteamer Vital la, Capt. fichael, from New York, arrived tiers at 1 A.M. SIGHTID. laONPON, Maya7.-raaMtheUi!ard, 4.3S A. M , ateatuerfew Vork, Capt, Jaataion, from New York for tooulnamptou. I BAILKtX j HAVRE. May 2T.-Htimer 1 Hourgone.Capt. i 1 atonf, (or York. ' (iilUMLTAlt. May-7.-6 1M May 36. ateamer rulda, Capt. riialeuhurtt (from (ienoa), for Nevr , I aurtt. I i ' MINOR MARINE NEWf, CAPETOWN, May '11 -The ilrUlih etarner t'onwar Caatlff, which aallrd from lxndon March 30 for Madacafccer and the Mautitiua, nrt w to traro Purt Nettl on Msjr 4, it aahore near Port Natal, the thlel town of the colony of that name, and there la reaaou tofeir that the ateamer may he lot u Tt pit.enter ai.d tmalla hare been lan ted. The damage to the t earner U, however, otlenalre, and it la extremely doutttul that a he can be tloated. Weather Forecast. Local forecast for thirty. six houn fnaing ftt H P.M. bunUaj: Cloudy weftiner; occa sional ii Iff lit n toners ; statlonar tempera ture; nortlieaRterif winds. Tn rollowintf record &nows tue cnanKes In the temperature durlnp the morning hours, ; as tndlcuted h tho thermometer at ferry's j'harmacjt I A. M, ,,8'J I 0 A M...1S3I 9 A. M...5&I 13 At 67 Pledged Cleveland's yPurity Baking-icptrength Powdep .-conomy Cpjrrlht) . . rrn t Jf-T.. ,nY r ma i M(ir"i' Haalf - - V - i - vr.f:tii'.ii'"-"'',fwg) '--""gf Avi "'jjLlLfc jjgaaaaa MMJjaajajaujajaj MRS. ITCH'S ROBBER. The Polioo Look Wise and Insin uate a Doubt. Cnpt. Thompaon 5aya Nothing Wna Stolen After All. TKKMONT, N. V Mny 27. The nl loge'J lnaalieil thief who, Mrs. Lultl llutchlns nays, bound, gagged nnd robbed her at her home, 1M1 Main Btreet, West Farms, Thursday night, has, nc cording to the police of the Trcmont , station, not yet been captured. Although Mrs. llutchlns tells a very straightforward story of the aB.iatilt upon her, there Is apparently a grave tloubt In the minds ot Police Captain Thompson and his subordinate ofllclnls that she was the victim of a robbery, but to get a definite opinion from thorn in the matter Ik very difficult. To an "Kvenlne World" reporter who snw him nt the Trcmont station-house this morning, Cnpt. Thompson mild that the robbery was being Investigated by him. lie looked very wiso while declar ing that the alleged thief did not steal anything, did nv,t bind and gag her, as had been reported, and, ns fnr as he could lenrn, the only gagging Mrs. llutchlns was subjected to was a piece of linen placed across her mouth, I "Of course, we are doing our utmost to apprehend the thief," he continued, I "but it I00..H ns It he would be a hard fellow to catch. Mrs. llutchlns is a nervous llule omun, of nn excltnlle temperament, and really the only ass.iult she iecelved, as far ns 1 have been able to learn, was u blow in the chest, "It Is nu extraordinary ense. My In vestigation so far only shows that a lot or children were playing around the house Juct at the time. I "They saw no one enter or leave. I have no opinion to exptess on the mat ter, but it seems very extrnordlnnry," j Capt. Thompson would not say that he 1 believed Mrs. llutchlns wus the victim of her own nervous disposition and might have accomplished the Job herself, nnd he wns positive that she Is a good young woman, .Mrs. Hutchlnn Is the wife of n brake man on the New York, New Haven and Hartford Hoad. He wus paid his month's salary Wednesday, und on his 1 return home Thursday night he found his wife lying on the upper Moor of their home gagged and apparently un conscious. The linen gagging was caught around the neck and tied In front. llutchlns roused the neighbors after freeing his wife, and summoned 11 physician. The bureau drawers had neen ransacked, and $25 In money, be sides some silverware, were missing. The Initials, " M. V. M. E.," and I " catch me," In lead pencil, were found marked on the linen, I When she recovered, Mrs. llutchlns said thnt a mnn entered the house from the ground floor and seized her at the head of the stairs when she went to find out who was there. The man then dealt her a blow.knock Ing her down, and bound nnd gagged her. He then began to search the house. . Mrs. llutchlns is at her mother's home In West Farms, nnd she wns snld this I morning to be rnpldly recovering from her Thursday night's experience. An effort made to see her to-day, to get her own story of the affair, proved unsuccessful. DR. BUFFUN DISAPPEARS. His Wife Swears Out s Warrant for Ills Arrest for Assault. Dr. Frank E. Buffun, son of the Pitts burg millionaire, who was tricked Into marrying the adventuress, Eva Wet- : more, who has now sworn out a war rant for his arrest on n charge of as sault nnd battery, left the Astor House two days ago, ostensibly to return to j Pittsburg. Detectives In that city, how ever, have been unable to find him. ' Detective Newcombe said this morning that so far as he knows Dr. Buffun Is In Pittsburg. "Detective McTlghe, of that city," he said, "was hero a day or so ago with a warrant for his arrest, but could not find him. This last move on the part of the Wetmore woman was made, I think, for tho purposo of extort ing money from Dr. Buftun's father." 1 WESSNER MAY DIE. Took Paris Green After Being He- fusod Money for Clothes. NEWARK, N. J., May ST. Matthew Wess ser, agca forty-one, formerly a prosperous bart er on Washington atreet, who has been a bnra drinker lor some time, neglecting his family, Is in a critical condition at the Ger man Hospital from a aose of Paris green tnken yesterdar with suicidal intent. Ills friends got him a position and he wat to Imro gone lo-work to-day. When be ap plied to nl. mother and sister yesterday for money to buy clothing tbey rerused Mm, and hn bouirbt 1 he poison and swallowed a cn Wlclcllffe street. Author of " Comrades" Ccmlnir. Mr. Felix McGlennon, the well-known Eng. llgh composer, author of " Comrades," "That Is Love," " Oh, What a Difference In the Morning," " He NeTcr Cares to Wander from tils Own Flresldo " and other famous songs, haa left London nn the steamer Alaska and will probably arrive here on Hunday or Mon day. He departs for Chicago on the follow ing morning. t 1 Ons of (he peopto tftscorered 4 America, iaEn. H16 pop, Jl I ill the perfect KT cereal f" food. it is HomiiyS Oatmeal .WYSE'S NEW REMEDY MBli lltihe.l a. a C'ura for I niHKAfKH III' TI1H KIDNUVS ana tn.lr app.oriaees. Ro:tl tr tha Crlttendan Co. , 113 Fulton .1. : )tlkr, Hon i Co., hUlhatu, and 1 want y-aacotul at. Pric. One Dollar. JPilBSlfllli'Sraallj .old without a.h ijavoilli . longaH rrailiti anormuua atock. Jkaeut lor lao torla., 'JI'J Wait tid at RELIGJOUS NOTICES ei. itAHTiioU).Mi;w,Ni,Ain?ii "iiousf.'sol L'aat I'M al, Suodar .arrleta, Pracr.l'Oik a.r. .Ice and a.itnon tiy Her. Dr Molirew al 11 o'clock A.M. Kvanma: lrayr and addra.a at o V, M, All ara cordial invited 14 te preaent. INSTRUCTION. aSTKNODKAPIlV and IrpVirTtlD. le.ionn at816 j llioidwar.N. V. i term. 41 par wr.k ; call or writs. DIED. CMMlN8.-Oa May 56, 18D3, JEREMIAH 'SV. l.lilMlna, tu bn 14th j.ar. lUlatlrra and irl.nd. re.poctfallr Inrltad ta all. nil the fun. rat, at hla lata raaldenoa, 189 Vtn. lt Jeiaar City, on Bandar, May 36, at . 1 r. M. JJONROU-On Saturday, May 27, Capl, Jiura II. Moicaox, Hook and Ladder Company No, t, at hla reelilenca, S3 Laljhl it. - HalUa of f uu.ial h.raaf tar, LENTZ 'POST-MORTEM TC-DAY. Tho' Coroner Will Decide Whether Hospital Doctor Wero Neglljren-. At the Cnroner'a offloe this cinmlng It win atnted lliat Hie (Kyt-rnnntm eiuinliuitlnu uf tbu twdy of Oi'pcnlietui Lenta would be luads aonio lime tti iliy. Deputy Coroner O'Hare, who has ihargo of the caae, wa a wllne. )rstenlay In the Cluisu murder Irlnl, and win unable to rlalt Ilia Murgue. It I. therefore yet un Willed wlifllir IV three Ilelleiue ditora who pntnlnl 1-nt?.. piunouuciHl hliu only n "couiuan dmnk" iiml turned him nut tu die In the trcet. l.mt Thurwlny nlaht. are i-ulpil.le, nrgllgrtit and ren.lhle fur hla death. Inta tiled nlxKit in n'elock ThutTilay night, jnd Ma hna Item lying m n alali nt the Morgue nitiiltlnjr the CmniT'a lel.uie buii thlrty-ali hnura. It htm nu ret been clalmfd by nny rrlnhea f-r frlendb, Warden o'llourke, t Ilellevtie, nhlle atit t,e that I.rnta e.irefully i j.tttiltied by the hnaiillal il.Kt.iri, ndmlla that n nilMnke n ramie In tiirnlnir him lonae, n he nn n prln iier nt I lie lime acrrltiK n live il.nV wnlnirp In the J t JTorw ti .Market 1'rinni fur drmikiii. Ho has iilm aacertalnnl that Lentz na tteilted Wednesday at the ;im nnd White atreeia Iilanennary for n broken Hli and brulata on the face eauted by n fall. Chanro In Sollcltor-Genprale. WASIIINOTON", Mny 2T.-S011cltor.Ceneral Aldrlch of the Department of justice, took oniclal leave ot his associates tc-dsy. He lelt thH afteincon for Chicago, where ne will ir suine tho ptactlte of law. 'J be new bollcltor (ieneral, 1 awrenco J! ax well, jr., will mke choree .lime l next. se ywMMwwfw. , H i , ,n EXCURSIONS. NORTH BEACH ! and Cpllege Point. To. morrow, Sunday, and ' ucilar( llrcornlton Par. Hoate leere foot I ait ODth .t Nnw York, (or Nil It I'll Ui:CII and :OI,l,Ki. I'llINT, I.""? A- "'en I'oiirly till t P. M. (10 A. M., 12 M., a. 4, 6, 8 P. M. , fo Koot l'itrn. pr- Mn, , )Ju -i ji hi , li.t boat from Col lone pjint P.M. and from Njlth llaaoh 11.10 1'. M. FA UK 10 !KNT.S. Al.p to Nnrlli llearli h; bona car. .la Ea.t 5itl Si. errr. and b Elcrlrin Carat, Tla Kaat l)2d Kt.orry. Ifnre 0 rent. G RAND" EXCL RSION TO SOUTH BEACH. Hunilny, Alay 2S, 6V Dreornllotl liny, 30, THE MAGNIFICENT NEW STEAMEIl JESSIE B. Will l.a.. Noble at., Oraanpolnt, 10.30 A. M., 4 and (1.3.0 P. M. I nth at.. E.t Hirer, N. V., 10.40 A. M., 2.10 and 5.10 I'. M. South Cth .t., adjotnlnar Broadway Forrr. Will, latn.burr, 10.50 A. M., -J. 29 anil 5. 50 P. M. Br, om.lt., Eat Hirer, IS. Y., 11 A. M., 3.39 , and B P. M. . i.aat boat leave South fleacli 0 P. M. FAUK, 10 OttNTS. "fort leepark7 Sunday and Decoration Day Time '1 able GltANK KOIJM) hXCt ll-ION, i,-je. Altnrdlnra inazuiHcant Tiw of the WAItblilP.S and CAKAVPUs OEN. (HUNT'S TOMB, HIV. i I'.H11DK PHK and tha WOULD-RENOWNED PAl.tSADm Steamers learo Weat 13lh at. WeatHUhat. Leare Fort Lee. Ill A. M. 1 U. 1 0 A. M. A. M. , 11 A.M. 11.11) a, M. 8.30 A.M. I'i M. la. Ill P. M. ll A. M. 1 P. M. 1.1(1 P. M. 12 M. I 3 P. M. 2 111 P. M. -1 P. M. 8 P. M. 3.10 P. M. 1 P. M. 1 M P. M. 4 10 P. M. P. M. i 5.30 P. M. 6.411 P.M. "5 P.M. 7 P. M. '7.10P. M. -0 P. M. s.ao P. M. 6. 40 P. U. 7. la P. M. 8. IS P.M. s.ao P.M. 'MiadiSlde.Eda-eWater.PleaiantVallerlandina-a made on th.ie trip oily. P.eaeant Valley drove to let. Dally from Vlltx at. N. It. 10. 2 and 5.15, DECORATION DAY. Greenwood Lake Glens. 75c. ROUND TRIP. 75c. I Hp.clal train tear.. Chambor. at. 0.30 A. M., ' We.t 23d at. 9.26 A.M. and .lenor City 0.45 A. M. Returniua, lea. fi!en U P;M. ROCK A WAY BEACH. NHlV YORK AND HOCK AWAY BE AOU KAIL WAV. On and at t.r Mar 38, , I.LAVK I,.tJ ISLAND lilTY for Rookawav Park and station, on Jamaica Bar. 0.10, N.3, 9.15, 10.65 A. M., and 1. '1.35. V, ,3.11). '3. 65. 4.40. 5.40, 7. '7.60, 8,06 (12.16 mailt' Wartneftd'Yl only TiaL. LR1LJ Sundar., 7. 10, 1 9.15, 10.20. 11.20, 11.60 A. al. : 1.15, 1.60. 2.20, 3.15, 4.20, 6,10, 7.16 P.M. 'Decoration Par only. I "aS01t NKWBURO, WEST POINT AND YONKEK8. SUNDAY, MAY 28. STEAMER GRAND REPUBLIC T-eave. JEWELL'S WHARF, Brook yn. 8,45 A. M. foot of WPST TKNT11 nr., 9.20; fnot uf W EST TWEN1 Y-SFCOND ST., H 46; f.iot of WEST ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-NINTH ST., 10.16; YON K P.US, 11.0(1 A. M. COXOKRT ny CON 1 LUNG'S HAND. 1 a-e for entire excurilon, 60c. NOTICK-Dr coration Day, Tueida'. May 30. URAND IIEI'I BI.IO for BMDliEPOUT. SEE HUNDAY PAPERS. wiiuitis Aiti: vim tiui.xi DECORATION DAY? Thers la no better place to apend the day than Halt Hirer Kdae, where yon can Inspect onrbuitj InjC lot. -only 75. Pre. tickets will be given yon by agent wearing badr. at Chatnner. St. Ferry. Train leare Sundays at 2.15, Decoration Day and Wednesdays 2 o'clock. 'A.- UP Tiiu A.iii:uu'A.N uiiim:. STEAMER TO LC HESTER, Capt. JAMES LYNUil. Will mako revular fumliiT trnornlna- ex. ottrF'IniiH lo Newbura. Landlncat Yonk.r., tone Iiland and Wet Polntt learlne BrldfO Dock. Brooklyn, at 8.30 A. SI.; West 10th St., N. II.. 0.10; Went 22.1 at., 0 25; Manhittanrtlle. 121tb it . 0.65 The 4th llti't N.O.N.J.. (land Military Bias. Band in choice concerts. Fare Entire Grand Excursion 50c. iFoirSlTcKXwTYTn e acTi . DHCOllATION DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 30, Wtrmncr CiHNI'ltAl, x,0('i:.H, Iwolrlps, leinnir West Ttrenty-s.cond at at 9.00 A. M. an l 1.40 P. M. ; Wat Tenth at.. 9. 15 A M. and 2.U0 P.M. ; Battery, Castle Harden. 0.30 A.M. and 2.15 P.M.; Jewell's Wharf, Brooklyn, 0.45 A. AL and 1 30 P. M. ; Jersey lily, via A&uei, 0.20 A. M. an.l 2.00 P. M. I REFRESHMENTS ON BOARD. FAItH, fill CENTS. MEDICAL fifpYOU R S if LHfl We&r Aak your Druggist for a faM gffi bottlo of llih' U. The ouly Uf HToikSl "O'i'POttonoua rcuedy lor all 'JB LWnl the ti ti ti fit n rnl dlschnri;?! and mMSnSg private iliseui.es of men and ths rsl debilltttlng ncakiirss peculiar ( fSp&t&t to Tonien. It cures In a frrj tElftft" ll3' without the aid CI wflEjl'V'r,a 'iirTeml A-nertean Ct:re. FREE 'REM EDY" Vitality rtort-d, tSinall.w-fak oretuderlope1 lnipotencr, Virioocela and all effect of carlr errors cnr1, er(r ifitnritt. I ulll gladly aend to ll Koflrrri a rectpa tht curoJinauf thns trnubloi, JL A, JUt A IM.i; V JUltU' C'rcpk. .Uicli . STORAGE, OL?ACf(. ART'S, thin!d8it anil ino-t fellabl. will tor (mall flat, 3 ptr luojtli t larectt rant to re m oi3 furniture, city or country; wo mo to tne chpapcut of an Tan company la New York i nnthintf but nxiierlvncpil mtn rmp'ojed. Oftv. 10U Wett Ulbat., corner Gthait. 'W"Ar,tVKi)-lre.maitfr . a good hnd Vo tinliti j, naliti. Apply (o Ureosinaktr, 1J M'tlltt t HELP VANTEC -MALE, Irt ANTFD-A atrady man a. order rook loi nlitt work. 2.3 8th are VVANTED- F'r.t.claia trariilllnz ..l.sii.n lur lioaton wholesale Lien's c-lothlnR houe; mult le acquaint. ! wlih ew Luc and retail tral.i alale a, r.fer.uc.a and aiurrl.uc.. V,, Uoi 1V0 World. rums hep nonius to lft. TllOMp!fiN ST.. 235. corner ld M.-Vont-KI7T room with lath, 1.76 qul.t heui.i onll.ruan If you have no use for us to day put us down in your memo, book. You can use us by and by. CREDIT EXTENDED. FLETCHER, WATCH & JEWELRY CO., 1 IRS Ilroarlxroy, tflcvatiir on Johei nu I DUNCAN G1LMOUR & CO.'S HOP BITTER ALE. Non-Alcoholic. Orcwel in England from the linest Kentl.h hopa " As (rood a glass of ale as ever was drank, and NOT A HEAD ACHB In a IIOOSHEAD ol It I" PARK & TILFORD nnd ACKER, MERRALL & CONDIT and All Orocer and Wine and Liquor Dealers. DON'T HAVE A PAIN! USE THE GREAT PAIN RELIEVER, DR. TOBIAS'- Venetian Liniment. For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Tains In the LfraHt, Back or Chcit, L4or Throat, (Joldi or ItoUly Plna of anr lvlnd, ttcaDDOt ho eanalld. Prlt2&ana &0 crnt. Isold by all druggiatt1. BT CVIrtieatera EatM taM4 BrHAi Pennyroyal pills. eritrlaaJ mmA Only CcaaU. X VaVK. save, alwy t nltahl. 1A)I aak TV lh7KjVTh r4-nd Brmd in Ited and OUVUV in.lif Imvw. Mlxl wtu VUm rlV m m MkM' Take ether. Xyw P7 j)? - lmttUm mud imito, I L A DruuiMa, vr i4 4. la mp b I m JM MitkvUra, MMlaraelate ae eW - r lt.610 Tut!ctliiL Aawi. HiMkn2r C a (. . MMl NJV BJaM by al laO" Prucrliu I'hllacavt Rheumatism, Lumbago. Sciatica, Kidney Complaints, Lame Back. 6cc. Dr. Sandcn's Electric Belt Latest pitent and trarefementi.; trill cure m tt li eu t med.uioe all weaknri reaultmg from overtaie Ilea of braiu.nerra lorcen.escoaiif or lndiereciiu( i drama, Iomn, nerroua dcbilUr, leiiifaett. languor, riiamnatlnui, kldnny, livtr anU blaader romplattita, lame back. Iwmbaco, iclatica, geuaral (health, itc, J'hU eleotrlr helt e-jQtalm troadr ful tmiroremnts over all elheri, and giiea onr renl that 4a Inatantly felt hy the wearer or ne forfeit $6, 0OU.UU. and rill ome all uf above diteetee or ray. 'f hoaiand hare been cared hy thm mart elloui TfotloD after all other rem, -dim failed, and five haodreds uf teatlnvulaU in thts etijr alone. Belt Complete, $5 and up. Onr powerful Improved elevtrle laapeDtorr la the uaateat boon tvtr offered weak mea , li free with ail helta. Ktail for oar large illustrated iam phi at it, fa'cd. tree by wail, Addri the iureu(v I aud tuanatacturer, OfCoe Hoars, A to G, Sundaji 11 to I DR. A. T. SASDES, 826 Mwaj, N. I Citj. KAi VrF W i " Bl BL t ZV vThoao liny C'up.ulrn ar. UeirHI In 4S bourn " iihoutL. amZrl ncoiiTri:lcnrc, nrrlionalflllni I r aHin.whlcfi :prilbii. Cn.lnul,V aJbcba and injcctlmia tall, y BLOOIHPOISON A rreclaltyandaruieciiaranteadtn ereryoai. n poney telundedj 45011, ClOU capital uaoi ol as, Write !crlioltW. rrooli. OOUK. lUiJUiUK OJk. Ilasonic'lanipt., Cbicaco, 111. RAILROADS. "AMCRIOA'3 GREATEST RAILROAD." NEW YORK (entral HUDSON RIVER R. R. DIRECT LINE TO NIAGARA FALLS All trains arrive at and depart from Oram! f tral Station, 42d Street; the only rallroaJ .m .on in tho City. Trains leave at follow!' A...ii.-buputK k'iatk ixruuss- liilm train in the tiurlJ. Una UnOalo A.lll t. al.. Maaaia tall. 5.5b 1'. M. Zoellraiara, D.lo A. .II.-UI11CAOO ils'l MAllior ilal- lalp.cleTClan.lletroit auil Uuioaa-o. lil.flO A, JI.-M.W aUKK AM) C'lllUAOO VlilVI'lllDLl'. l.lMll'liU-Du- l.hlcago at J. ll A.M. noit (lay, Loiuul.t., Waan.ri.rrlee. 111). 30 A. .'I. -DAI ivXl'lClibb-lortlie Vf.iL l.ri.i 1'. .ll,-SIJUillVI..-,ri.llN VKSI'IIIUI.ll I.lMl'I'Kfi liue i lucinunl ll. au a. M. : In lu-i- l.i.lls. 11.55 A. HI. , lit. 1mui. 7,35 P. M. I.A.'l V. tilCULC.S Jl-Allt BPI!t,iAI-Ua Cblcaao.UU 1. &1. tieatdav. Vtaau.r-ervto. I3.UO .1'. .II.-A1.UANV AMD TIIOV HPWJIAU ,:!,.i,',I,iii.-AOKrii MiuRh vkbtiuum I. lMH'l'.I)-I)naJuiceco..:!uPI V. n.itdar. (i.llll l'..U.-rASl rh'i'iiltN KXPH1S!-Uaa chlcaioV.OI) P. 11. . St, l.oai. ".46 P. M. CiSJi'. 1.T.,T,l'rtin;rtN- KX li:r.SS-Dae vi Montre.l 'I.45A. M. l.tHI l. .11.-AI)I1U).M)ACK ANDAlOXTIlKAt. llXl'ltEhS-D.llj, due lupu.r Uke, S.lSiHarv n.r, it. VU . Paul r-mltu '.. rj.oOi Alalona. 1.1.1 Atontreal, 11. 2 J A, Al. . tlttawa. esc.pt haluraar, II. -.'U a. Ai. 1-olid Waauer Vrsttbule ..rrioa. Ilreaalast on Ititilnc: ;ar. 1,UI I'. 1I.-1IU1 KAI.O AND niAUARA s At.L! Pl.OIAI Uus Hudalol.SU A. M. , , . S.M ll.-OINOIftWATl Aijl T. LOUIi VxriU".iW-llue Cincinnati 7. J7 I . M.iInJiaa- alolls, 11). ID P. M. . hi, lxiuli, 7,46 A. al. li.llll l. .M.-l.lMITKI) l'Ah'l' ilAII-Sleealaf car ra.sena.r. tor itoch..t.r only. ..........o r,l., I'. .illillirjAUO MUllT HXPBbSJ llailr lor llatrolt and Dblcaiio. Waan.r ..!, r riM'ii'i.ii i.knox. Ntmrii atjams amj 111 K lllMtKSHUtli HlLI.U-1'wo tlirouab Irajnl VIA llAHl.RMOlVIBIONtU.01 A. V. da. Jltt.tl.la 1.30. North Adam. A3&P. W. ,ti." I lul' lla,',,","1w B,lu '' " Nortl1 Kor llme'ol local train., lirk.t. and spioe t sleriitnifcarsspply at I , rand Central Hlatlon, or ll ll:l. Vtll. 413. 785. Vi'i llroadnar, '.'35 I'olumbiK are.. 3 West l'iSlbst., ami 138th at. station, N. York: H33 Wasbincton at., "lili i'ulloa ab aaJ fa Uroadiray, 1)., Ilrooklyn. , ,, tl.in i,tcei, ouuua,. utber trains natty. I A I ore tralnr, riceiitlng H.tiU and D.ltl A. M., 3.30, 4.30andV,iu P. 51., stop at 138th at. , W Mtrott Y iinrssaalla lor and cb.ck. baataja Irri hotel, and tldenc. llimnflh lo iletlnatloa . JOHN M. TOI1CKV. arOlKIK II. UANIELV I O.n.rsl lisDsi.r. 0.o'1Pmi.i AJeafc .