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Hi-C W ' TnE WORLD: SATURDAY EVENING; JUNE S3, 1894 , . - M M YARD AND CELUR FLOODED. f Bf'' Property Owner Uptoira Unable Bf to Obtain Any Eodross. Bv Building Inspector Charged with n V0 False Report. Kp' KV Inspector William l. Holmes, of the H Building Department, seems to huve Rot W ten himself Into serious trouble. Ks ' For months trio owner of the house K. CSS West Thirty-second street has been f complaining to the Department that his K property was being damAged by water B: from defective draln-plpeo "lcaderr," as K they are technically calledon the neigh- f boring house, No. 557. V ,; Inspector James Duffy, who was rent H? to Investigate, reported that "the mo- BV talllo leaders on the rear of the front HEr bouse and the rear of the rear house are K' broken or decayed." M- William 8. Shaw, of 214 West Ono Ht'i Hundred and Second street, the owner H," of the house complained of, was there- B upon notified by the Building Depart- HB$ ment to remove the objectionable pipes, HBr but, falling to comply, suit was Instl- K tuted aralnst him for violation of a Hr.s city ordinance. V- During the pendency of this action, Br" -which was begun Teb. 2 last, the owner HK' of the alleged damaged house perlodl- HK cally wrote letters to the Department H? and called personally to urge a i-pealy B-. prosecution of the cabc, as the cellars Hf? were almost continually Hooded and the Hi'i' rear yard rendered Impassable by the H-t overflows of water. '' Holmes, who had succeeded Duffy as ijBt Inspector of that district, was detailed ilBt- to make another Investigation, and on Br June 2 last turned In the following re- liaVx port: K "The said metallic traders have been Hri replaced with new metallic leaders and ilH; are now In good condition." V On the strength of this and of ilK? Holmes's further Indorsement on the ilKj ' papers In the case that "the violation Vj had been removed and the law compiled Hh 'With," the action against Shaw wus ilH; discontinued. ilK Strange to say, the complaints con- IHr cernlng the damage done to No. 555 by H: water escaping from Shaw's house con- p. tlnued, to come In to the Ilulldlng De- Hf' partment, notwithstanding Holmes's ilKf statement that the defective pipes were H.. replaced by new ones. Nothing fur- v' tner, however, seems to have been done by the Department, ami finally the V owner appealed to "The Uenlng f'v World." fr' A reporter who was sent out to ln- ft vesttgate yesterday found a new lender m.: bad, Indeed, been put up on "the rear ijHi' of the front house,'1 but that the lender on "the rear of the rcur house" was ijHK dilapidated and rotten to the list dc Ht" - nree. H Bunt. Brady, of the Building Depart- .- ment, when Informed of thin, nald that leH' he would Investigate, and that If It B was found that Holmes had Intentlon- ijH'' ally made a false report the dfijn of E- bis Inspectorship would be numbered. M. "It was for the very same kind of H offense," he said, "tliut Duffy was dls- V'' missed." xHHIIVb K, When Baby was slot, we garo her Castorla, BBM Then shows a Child, Bhocrlwl for Costorlo, BS'' 'When she became Mlas, the clung to Outorla, BV,( When she had Children, she gare tU -n Costorla, tSBBSBV FORTY DENVER WOMEN. Mnklne n BIiott of Themselrrs by Vcnrln tlif Ulrlilrrt Nklrt. Denver hna a band of enthusiastic women who wenr the divided skirt. They are In such a hurry to vote that they can't wait until the law gives them tho right to the breeches. They do not carry canes or smoke, as yet. -tW BTTLE IS DRNVCH. There are about forty women In the movement, and they will be pictured In the "Sunday World" to-morrow. Even women who don't want to wear tho trousers will find the story lntereatlnflr. Co ml ntr Event Second annual iruialon of the Oalwar Men's Aaaoflatlnn to RlTervlaw Grove, on the Huilaon. to-morrow Her. hr. F. C. Inlehert will epealt In th Young Men ft Institute, 2 now err. at 4 T M, to-morrow. ffeventrt annual Jummer-niaht'a faitltal of the WlllUm A. Pmlih Aimclatlon Monday Tenlne at AtaUnia Caalito, The Martin 11 Itealey Itep'ihllcan Aaaorlatlon of the Flrat Aaiembly Dlatrlet will hire a hoon wermlns In Ita club-roomn, 7 Hubert atreet, thla evening. ftoflal entertainment, with Toral and Inatru mental muale, ly the Oome W Oarlo Aaaorla tlon at the fluh-rooma, let Cait Rlchtaerenlh atreet. thla evenlns Free concert! thla afternoon at Central, Van Coitlano't an.l Pt Mary'a I'arka y the Seventh ItftRimeM, Cronley'a Military and Twelfth H1 ment Randa reapeotlvely Third annual out In anl game of tre Kureka nub at Devlne'a CIrove. Weatrheater. to-morrow. I A tane of ha eld II tetwen tie I.ureka Club 1 an1 the Mike Sherry Aaaorlatlon will be played, fiencflt performance for St Vincent de Paql'a ronference of "Kennel, the Violin. Meker of Cre inona," and the farce "My Ion1 In Livery." thla evening, (Vtlumlmt ltall, Sixtieth atreet, near Amaterdam avenue. Columlinn flvru n Mlrnv. (Ily Asaoclated Trete ) COLUMni'8, In1., June 21 The weatern eky lait nt(ht contained a picture In the form of a mirage. I'alntM tn the aky waa ft beautiful city, with Ita thunhea aptrea, elegant bnlMlnre and wide atreete lined with ehade treea The adjarent hlltaldM ere cvere! xllh green foliage, and a reaceful river ahone like allvrr. The clouda which aurrounded thla acene wer lined with the varlont enters of the rainbow. The rare acene lasted thirty minute. TO-DAY wo oommoncocl tho oalo of FELDMAN'8 OTOCK of FURNISHING GOODS. AT FIFTY GENTS ON THE DOLLAR. A Ni:V, I'KIISII fITOt'K 01' ITKNI'IIIN1 fl)t)DH. Fi:i,ll.1l.N UI'KNIiO III MlOIti: ON .HAY 1ST. THAT Wl! A It II Ni:i,I,I.MJ Till! (iOIIIH NOW AT IIAI.C Ills lMtlCI'.S IH Ills .tlll'ORTI .m:. Tilt: ITIII.IC Altli TIM. (i.IM:il. Men's Kockn 4c, So., l'4hv.. jir. Lndiun' Hobo lie, S)c, I'ilc. pr. C'hildrf-n'H Hobo fie, 7c, 1 Wjf. pr Mrn's Hhirts ami Dniw its 1 J)c, SJfic. k 3fio. Ladies' Uiblied Cotton htH 1 Oo. & 52 1 c Cbildrcn'B llibbo! Cotton Vt-Hts 4c Mrn'fi and Boyt,' Outing ShirtH lfic & iific Men'n Silk Fi(urrd Suspfiuler.s 1 UJc Men'H Silk Ncckwrnr, treks and four-in-luuidn 1 Do. Lndien' BIouho FtoiiIb, now dt'Higim 2t)c LndioB' Printed Border Handkerchiefs ljo. 1,000 Olher Bargains In Men's, Ladles' and Children's Furnishing Goods. ARN8TEIN & BONN, 56th Street & 3d Avenue. l.itnrrr. fight In Court. (Hr Aorliltl I'rn" l DENVER, Jun. 2 Prcmlntnt l-r,r enrK'l la mtlenffa d-irlni lrll tfor Jmtke 1'atVer I riltnlr. Ralph Talbott inteavorol to unilrh aoma tiapra trm i lha hlndi ot llcnrr II. f Rallly. tml alnifk Iilm betwaen tha ty", llaorlnit him and drawlnn bloM. Vr. Halllr rfallial Ilia tt an , about to return the blow hn tha two were etparate.l. Ilellly Ii quite an old i man. anl hl aanllant la mafh 'Utiner The Court ' Talbott a arorchlng reprimand and ! fined him 15. , lira. Jamho Cuntivcll Holilirit. irij Aisoclated Pre sa ) 1 FAROO. N. Ink , June :j. Mr. Jumbo Cant. I well, wife of the Coxey leader la In Fargo rti her wev Kait to Join her husban! yhe Ina orranliel armlea In reveral Montana towna and aent Ihem Kat U Join t'antwell M Muut lart nl-ht her aerrelary, one Karler. alole 1100 hi lien In the mucMnc cf her dauhler, eluht yeaia Did Jaw holds that ignorance &lu3i- IIJlrN. c o m in 1 1 1 1 n k a fjjtjlss III tkmlMtSv rr,me Thouaantla W' TulltlYwV'v Df mpn K0 ,0 nQ TralJ7T(tf lJtv rom "felon'; In- y llPiiuW 7V aII'Ih or die In '' "7Tj'TIf 'Vi Vfw vtl n In"ne aarlum MAoy I Iff Y 'rom iRioranie ot IrJ ljj VAl the tnexorahle ' set f bi 'ftWS ' nAtlire jf ffep w - v' Aa tnany more ""' .ZJS ore Otludevl bjr quark ant htinb,ice from the aame Ignorance when a little knowleJRu ouM enon ttah them that Nervnun Peblllty and Decline of viullty are aecretlr and eaMly curable hy the Inlng Method. Thla la not merely an atlit'rtlhlns aaaer tlmi. but a tart (hat Ins been proven over anl over acaln. If you aee thla announcement anl An not Bend to ua for full particular, whlih are aenl aeaUd, you are remaining criminally lg unrant, (IfTlre hours, 0 A. M to G I'. M , Sun daya, 10 A M. to I. IRVING HOMEOPATHIC INSTITUTE. is Ytrtn Ava. new york. G9WPERTHWAIT PARK ROW AND CHATHAM SQUARE, N.Y. Seven nloren full of FUR NITURE, CARPETS and all Household Goods. Best Quality. Lowest Prices. $! A WEEK ON $65 WORTH, 'Similar Terms on Any Amount. Vallettloni Made if llV.QUltSrED. n CM.heafer'e rnrlUt, U1....W lr.d. rENNYRGYAL PILLS "-"-S. fllnl mid Only Gtfne. A fJN Art,lff rtlUl.. LAOitveik C pgTSl'iiKnHt SrmnJ In 1U4 end t(4t r.T'iuni , tftlrd iik hi at rib V s.VsvIi.ab Tke c (tther. Utfsf v Jf At lrn,tt r fi'T 4e la lUeii (or F rfrtlmUrt, ul!..nUU ai 'jellef if Tmr l.wle. ta tut, ret am Halt r Ill.Oilfl TMilenteUU ,Vimi futr, m lelirler t hwlfl !., MWImh fQMrh B2x VThMn tiny Cnpaol"-! r- ' j DLKffjlrra' In 4S haura rlilieBtl,tA Jbcbs and Inlcctlona full. V Ftir cnlvrtnlntnK Romilp of the turf, tho hall llrlil mill the rlns rnul tho a O'clock Killtlon and the Knortlwc 1i tru of The Evening AVurltl. Why Be Sick ItrajAy TUB ONLT OBWUinJC gS&SH Wlien ntrlwtll bur th" rrfatent heaMnM Trintlnn nf the flt-jr, Ih". nn(.ii Ktectrlc nlt IrV.romptelcbfKlybe.tterv- lor wlf-rrr.lmiit ni I i jtuarnnteM or miner r-MmidM. It 111 cun with i tut meillciiie. lttieumattrm, Ijiimbjjr ciatlea. Um Hack, Kidney hl T.lvcr ( otnplainta, Xc,. I ouh Jjflillity, WffkiiM-!, Ipv Drain ani all eflecu of early (inline ret ton of ev,rrM. Voi TOik men It In ttir crrntr-it iorlblrlinon( m thej mild, KMtthlin eiectno current t )plletl ' direr; lo ih nerro rntrM, nil t lnproerieiiti ' are felt from I he ftrat hour used, A rwvk,et eilliloi vi tlir celebrated elctro-niedlral work, "Thri ClMaeaol Men lllintrated, Ii aent free, ocaled, bj mall ntHJii ppl I ch Hon. livery young, nilddlt a(elor old man uflertnxthe altshtrat Meaktie-ti ihoulrt read lu It will point out an eaiay, euro mud tprndv mbt Iiov to rrKiJu atreuatli Mud nrallh wbe-n crcrylbliis ( liae fnilril. Addreas Dr. A. T. Man dun, hii lrialn-nyf Sew York, Laueak i-itcir.J . Ala'iniacturer In tho World. Ola co Iloura, Htoti, Huntny. in to I. HARLEM RIVER PARK. HOOKS NOfr OPKN FOR ENfiAOk.Ua.N14 .-OB rKSTIVALS. Ac OPPKIK. I2TTII HTICKKT X" ?P AT For Sale. 01 nTIIIIln l'B'i, Yonth,' anil Hon' II II I HlNN riMi.('I,orill.V(l.readrmid. llLU I Ii III 11 '"toorder. Ija'llea' nd MIm' UI.U I IIIIIU Wropi jncket,, C,,M ,, n Mults. rtl the le.uNt atylea anil " tlenlfn, on ran weekly ui onrniT monthly payments. I ULI III nianbnttnn Linthlne ! UllLui l mt 1l bat. (lib 4 lltti ita. Vonkrr. Ilrianrh 3lutnal C'lolhlng anil Cloak Co,, IllN. Ilroalwiur Open ETcnlnge uwHI flusaUiirilay, 10.31). $1. DOWN-lpli rrlco, m.lis. J. K. Arnnhl.tl MnlilonLano; Ink elevator; clonPalunlfy,4 P. M. Vi'lLlJnix. iiiiih-Caiii"""1'"". nonwtic.wow Home, White. Miner. Ilounholcl, Hie well. known Kni. l'up' irooil aeconrt-liaml rlm niBihlnea Irom Jllmn. lor cashonnnnlhly pay. mtnla. We erchanire. rent and r"iialrll ln.t .l uiachlno. kruse M'I'e Co., 121 ' 14th j:. ; ioa urand at. DIAMONPS. watchei and lewelrr aold on eredlt lo reapunalhla parliea. HF.NUI SCI1AAP. 61-61 llaldsn lane. Religious Notices. AtNT nAr.THOI.OMHWS PARISH 1IOU3R, 107 R ai tid at - Sjnduy aervlcea I'rarer-lh-jk aer vlcea Altd aennOLt l Iter Pr McOrew at U ft'clvk A. M , ovenln prayer And addresa lit 8 I. M. All are cordially Inrl'.ed to be present. Hotel s. TAni.KD'HOlK.WPc. .Indudlncnlnn:ilcunnij I (election olUdlahea. Mew Yorlc Hotel, 003 llwar. Excursions. CONEY ISLAND. SEA BEAC ROUTc. ttoata leave toot of Whitehall el hourly from 7 10 to 11.10 A. M. and half hourly at 10 anj 40 mlnulea art each hour until 10 1'. M. Uaat train for Nee '.ork leans Sea Reach 1'alace at 10.0 P. M. Time. New York to Coney Island, 37 mlnutea. Eicuralon Tlckcta 40 ceuta quicickst LiiBArnsT anu nngT. FOR LONG IIUANTH. Itlehland Hearh. Scahrlsbt. I'leaaore Rav and Branchport Steamer Thonua L. Worthier, Cant Laurence Trice, -Mil leave foot of 13th at., N U., at 9 30 A. M dally, finidayi alen; Hrarrhport, 3 20 P. M., cheapeat nail out ot New York , fore for tha round trip. SO rente, freltht received at all hours of the day; boraea and carrtagea a tpcclalty. Excursions Long Island Railroad's OKEAT KXCIJItSION ROUTES TO THE 8EA. MANHATTAN BEACH. TRAINS LEAVE FOOT EAST 3jTII ST Itor.M) Tltll" 40 CHNTrt. 40, 7.10. 9 20, II 00 A. II., 12.30, 1 30. '2.H. 1.W, .0, t.0, t.00. t 30, 7.00. 7.J0, 1.00. B.30. I U). t.30. 11.00 I'. H AUUITIONAL, TitAINS 00 Faturdaja 3 00 X Oo. 4 00, 6 00 P. M. On Race liaya Con.y laland Jockey Club and July 4. 13 03 noon.1.00 tt.00 parlor car train). 3 00, 100, 4 00. I 00 P. M, Fundata I 40 10 10. 11.10 A. M.. 13.10. '1.10. 140. '3.10. 2 40 3 10. 3.40. 4.10. 4 4U. k.M. C 40. 4(0, 40 7.0A. 7.10. I.M, 1.49. 00, 5 40, 10 00 1', I "Fail Kipreaa. WIIITEIIAI.I. ST, itOCND TRIP. M CBNT9. Hourly from 7.10 A M to I 10 P. M.. a ad bait bourly Irom I 10 lo r '0 H M Additional tralna on C 1 J C. Rata Date and Julr 4 It 40 A. M 12 40 P H Saturdaira. 13 10 P M S'lndaye hourly from in A M lo 1! K P V and bait tiourlv from 13 40 lo 7 10 10 0 10 P kt IIA(ll!.MT.;CIt TU IMU AM.MAI.S. arery afternoon and ereoldK. Oriental and Manhattan Hotels. Fl.SC IIOOMS-KXCELLKNT CUISINE. CONEY "ISLAND. CULVER ROUTE. ti re foot of Wb'trball at., N. T : bourly from 7 10 A. II to II 10 a. it, and bait bourly Irom 11.40 A M. to I 10 P. M. Ht-nday'a nrat train,, 110 A. M Laat train learea Cuoay laland 10. 37 r' "' HOUND TltlP. 40 C'BNTW. ROCK AWAY BEACH AMI JAMAICA HAY. Tralna l.ate U)NO ISLAND CITT, 1.30, I 30. 10. 10 00. 11 00 A. M 1 OS, 2 Oi 3 10, 4.13. I 30. (VI 7 00. 00 P. M. (13.10 Wedneaday nlbt only). Sunday, 7.10. 30. 10.30 11.30 A. U.. 1.00. 2 00 3 00 4 20 (.20. e 00. 7.00 P. M- Kill ,NI Tltll'. 60 OHNTM. THK WORLL. -,., . w.Uw tfMlVA d.Ilcht-nl aall on fait xial4a"tnir,bollhc and bllltwda. TIMB TADI.I CTIAMrR? L1AX 11r U.K. K.,lii..CnlaaMIM.. Ma, 1,11,1,41, 1041 A. 1! I If O0M I I 3u.II , a 31, .18r. M. aa. Ilk L, nklra.tl, fU,lul.ll.CI A.M.i ll.ia,l 0,1.0, lit P. M. kali St.. JO, 10.00, lOt". 1130 A. U I IHI.I.ll, I 11. 4.11, 4. T Nl. I LAVfcoi.ENI!LANDie44A.M.forltdSU.iPt.i 14.K.R.I II. P. A.M. .iMlll.lt I.M.Iat I'nr 14 ea1yll.lt 6 00, I 3J, 4.., 7.00 tz& a On r. M. for rll 1,1-Hnp. LaJ,r FORT LEEPARK'I EXCbltblON 3io Tn-MORROWR TIMK-TABI.K. AfTordlnc a maxnlnrtnt vlevr of tha WORM) RIlNOWNBl) PAI.ISADKS (IBS ORANT'3 TOMfl and nlV':R31Ili: PAnK Leare Koitl Canil a. West tlth at Went 31th tl Sundaia Sundaya Sundava Sun laya and dally only and dally. only. 7 30 A.tl 45 A M 10 iX A M. '10 10 A M. ' 00 A M. .0 IJ A M 11 0,1 A M. 11 10 A M. !! 00 A.M. 11 n A M. 12 00 M 12 10 P M. II 45 A M 13 45 I'M I (W P M. 1 10 P M. 13 4S P.M. 1 4B P M 2 00 P M : 10 P M 1 45 P M 3 (3 P M 3 IS P M. 3 25 P.M. 2 45 T.M. 3 45 P M ( 15 P M. 'I 25 P M. '4 30 P M. I 33 P M I 41 P M 5 50 P M. 00 P M. 7.00 P t '7 15 p M ; 23 P M. 7 IS P M 8 15 I'M 8 15 P.M 8.55 r II. 8 10 Pit1 9 15 P.M 930 I'M 10.00 I'M. Shirty Side Hdcewater and Pleaiant Valley landing- made on three trlpa only. Pleaaant Val ley riroie lo let. Dally from 13th It.. N. It.. It A M , 2. 5 15 and 0 45 I', M. KybGS PARK, HIGH BRIDGE. Take MeCON'N'KLL'S line of boata from Uarlem ' TlrMgo to KYLES TARK every 15 minutes; a pleasant aall up the Harlem HUer. Ilinclng every afternoon and evening. Good boatlne ami flehlns A urand view of the building of the new Speelnay "AROUND. STTENnsON'oT rnturitiay mm unilnyt June) 2a auri S4, 50 mllos aall on the t,ev and beautiful ateamer, A I I' U. I,eavea Ner York, foot W 22d at., N. R., 1 33 P.M. Daltery Landing 1.43 P.M. Illrooklyn Drldite D 2 00 P. M. T.v Kn'l r. uOc. ItKFUKSII.lll.TM. I Excursons, ROCKAWAYBEAGH Qinnmnrc. GRAND REPUBLIC I OlUdlllUIb .GENERALSLOGUM Three Trips, Sunday, Juno 24, 1894. Iave W t!d at I 4J a m , 10 M a.m., 1.S5 p m. Ieave W, 10th at 8 (0 a.m., 10 15 a.m., 1.50 p m. Leave Ilattery LanJlm 9. IS a.m., 10.40 a.m., 2 05 p m Drcoklyn, Jewell'a Wharf, 9.10 a.m., 11.00 a.m., 2 20 p.m Jersey City, via Annex, 165 a.m., 10 55 a.m., I.M p m. Leave rtockaway Death 11.30 a m., 5.00 p m., 0 10 p m. Iiatierr Landing. N. V. (arlJolntnK Barje of fice) la the terminal of the 21, Id, 6th and 9th ave. Rlevated tal1roala. Uroadway cable can and Dolt Line Nennur-ff tickets for Orand nepubltc good on either boat for Rockaway, Conrad Frank's nilltnrv Band. Cor a CHa RetreahmenU at City Price. rH8 OUGi D)Xi trlpa to Iloclt away bejln Sunday, July 1. ERIE UP ES . 4TH JULY, SHOHOLA GLEIV, 107 rnllea from New York, on the banka of tha beautiful Delaware Rlter, 1,000 feet abore tho ata. V1.00 IUIUMI TKIP. 81.0O Flrat eiprtta train learea Chamber! it, A. Id. Ecrond axpreaa at I 30 A. M. Kite mlnutea rarller from Weat 23d at. Fire hours it the Qlena. Home by 1.30 P. M. OREENWOOD LAKE OLENS. 75c. ROUND TRIP. 76c. Special expreaa train learea Chamber at., 9 45 A. M Weal 33d at., 9.40 A. M. Sll to eltht houra at (llena. Choice ot two eypreaa tralna re turnlnt. Home by 1.80 or 9 00 p. M. ERIE LINES. IiVKKY 8UNIIAY. SHOHOLA GLEN, 107 mllea from New York, on the banki ot the beautiful Delaware niter. 1.000 feet above tba aea. $1.00 Round Trip. $1.00 Flrat txpreia train lurea Chambere at., 9 A. M. Second expreaa at I 20 A. M. Five mlnuua earlier from U 23d aL Fit, houra at tha Ulana. Home by 1.30 P. Id. GREENWOOD LAKE GLENS. 70r. KOI'MI TKir. 7Sr. Special expreaa train leavea Ltumbere at., 9.45 A. M, ; YVett 23d at.. 9.25 A. M. Six o el(lit houra at Olena. Choice of two txpreia tralna returning. Home by 7.0o or 9 00 P. M. NORTH BEACH and College Point. TO-MHRUOIV, 8UNIIAY, f.erxe Commotllou. Ilnata leave foot Hast 94th at.. New Tork. 7 and 9 A M., then Hourly till 9 P tl fo t"IM,l,fi I'n'NTl 9. 10. 11 A. M., then IlnlMIonrlr nil 9 P. M. for .NORTH 1IUAC11 Fare 111 ce-ntn. Aio to orth lliarh by Ulectrle Cnrfi. vl E. mill at. mnil K 02d el. lernea. I'qrr a crnla. LONG BRANCH AND BALK 50c. MARY FATTEN. Tltaaure nay and Clberon. "Ilotni tho Hay," "Thro' the Narrows," Up tho I'lotnrraqiio hhrewnbnry.' Weal. daa leave JANE ST.. N. It. (4 blocia below HUi at.). 9 A M and 3 P. M : SUNDAYS, leave JANE ST . 9 and 10 A. M. All boala leave MATTEItY TIER (near Uarte offlee) lb mlnulea later. LONO UUAN'CH. PL.I;A8UH': HAY. SHA IlIIIOHT, lllxhland Heath Little Sliver and Uranchport. KHEIC11T at loneit ralra I,OMI EST C1IKAPEST AND MOST DELIGHTFUL, SAIL OUT OF NEW YOflK. , CONEY ISLAND JOHKEY CLUB. I Spring Meeting. June SO to July 7. Raclns every day train or aolne). Flrat race at 2 CO. , Tialns leave every half hour from East 34th et. and foot of Whitehall at. Special Parlcr far letves SUh at at 1 I1. M. Grand Stand Badgea and Ladlra Tickets for aale at all f tat Ion a. 1 RTH BEACH. FROM I30TII ST. AMI 31) AVE. SUN. IIAY.hourly lo 12 jr., then half hourlv. (MUCK. 81 AM) .1IOT CONItNIH.NT i(out. TO-DAY B1 GREAT SPEGIAL SALEM LONDON&LIVERPOOL10I CLOTHING CO., f ii 86 & 88 BOWERYiJI , ji Railroads. W.a't' "AMSRIOA'S GREATEST RAILROAD.ai'flBj.f l' ihewyorkJH '(entral. V-a, Hudson river r. a IttH V'rom Grand Central SUtlon, 42d 8k 'Aw 18.30 A. i.i:xcepi Buoday. Cuiplre State J I jr Eapreai. Faateat train ta the world. i I 0.30 A. HI. Dally faal UalL Cor IlutUls Nl-1 I axara Falla. Chlcaxo. JxTiD 10.UO A. .11. -Dally. New York and Calear.'il Limited. Due Chlcafo 9.30 A. M. A 10.40 A. Ill Exrejt eunday Day Expreaa. f. m A l.CHI P M.-Dally'for CtncinnatlSl. Louli' iL Chlcai I ft S.30 P It Ex. Sunday. For Albany U ' - Trey. ff 1"l 4.30 p U. Dally. North Shore Limited. I . I J Detroit 1.20 A. IJ.., Cblcaio 4.30 P. If. i I I OOtl P M Dally lor Detroit, Chlcaiof 1 St Louta. t f , X I .S5 P. t -JAly. For Burllntton. Pli -. ' V buri: and Mmtrral X. . 7.30 P.M.-Dally, for Auburn lload Polnta. I g . a l falo. Nlacara Falla. AdlrondarV- MountaMT A Uontreal. Cleveland, Clnclnuatl imtHI I Loula. IP I, O.OO P M.-Dally. Only Sleeping Car Pa, f I ij sera for llothe'ter carried on thla IraFI' r f J O.IO P !. Ilxllr for Chlcain and Ogdembllf - l. i I and except Sunday for tape VlnceoL H''rl 0.04 A. II and It UK P. U - Dally except M ft g i day Plltane'd via Harlem Dlrlilon. AM f Watner Palace Car. on all throuch tralna. BL'U if f Tralna Illuminated by Plntach Llibt V 3 I TleVel an, Wacnei rfflcea at Grand Ceiiltll 7 I Station. '.13. tl. 413. 7SS tlroadway, 31 Kaat (UJ (f at., L'ncoln Ilulldlne,. 913 Uroad.ay. US ColunfTT "J I ave , (I Weit 1331b at. and ISSth at. atatlon. r. ill Jk YorVt S3a and 731 Fulton at and 71 Urcaiitek, IA 1 V T tlrccklyn tbterld'tf I tlatsace checked from hotel or realdanaa byHTlkli V 1 We.fcott Ftore.. Co. nHflT JOHN M TOlt'ET. OEORGE H. n 4.NIEI.J V 'U 'il . Gen.ral Manaeer Gen. Paav. AefJBk .YH Interest and Dividend Notices J M CITIZENS' SAVINGS IIANK OP NBW VOIUcTPftv li and 58 Hotter) corner Canal St. fA t fl 6?T1I SKMI-ANNUAI, DIVIDEND OF INTE!lES,Jf VJ1 The Truatrea havo ordered that Interest at lai I g M rale of FOUIl PER CENT per annum be paldjf(s r V depoiltora. on and nftrr July 10, on all aumn of &L I J 1 and up to 33,000, which have remained on depoJH Jf I for the three or alx monthi ending June 30, 1IW7 i Money deposited on or before July 10 will drJB '. Intereit from ful 1. n J EDWARD A Ql'IKTAltD, rreildentffi . ! Henry Ilaalcr, Secretary fifj Charles W Held, Caahler. V i. J Help Wanted Female. Sy k! k WANTED Female glass tuhulatora or toppers ca iK atttK or Inside part makers. Lamp Wort H Edlaon General Electric Co. Harrison, N. J. j fH Lodges, Societies Meetings; BP unTthd poktadlg hoisting engineers- .E. Special meeting June 23; no nl cation and atao fH tlon of offlcera. KjM JBoarders Wanted. HI 116TH ST., US EAST Furnlahed hall roota; cm VH and bath, with or without board. Tellmas. V lH I Z?5!H?2LU!? yV I I ll 1 I 1 liY U' I I i I il Toyiorrow. fi I m m THE SUMMER RESORTS I A PAGE OF PICTURES S Three Entire Pages of the News of the Week, New Arrivals B rmeT r.ATiiric at the Hotels and Cottages and the Gossip of All the 911? HK51 BAlnbR5. Watering Places. ; ; . ; V."iv''?"LT"-V ' i' ' "jl -".V."li3 XA t i '. ' t r r Trrrr rrrrTT t-sttt' txjt A B Nellie Bly Spends a Week on the Physical Culture Reappearance of the Dreadful Pestilence Which Farm of "Billy" Muldoon, the Man Who Has Scourged the Earth, from Time to r Bt Trained John L. Sullivan. Time, in Past Centuries. I I 0 CHARMING IXVK STORY BY THE DUCHESS. HB' ' "" ' ' '" " "" " .i i ii,,..,..,.. . i ,. ,., .i . i ...I-. i m B Hunting for Dress Reform To Study the A Chat with B Missing People. in Denver Cliff-Dwellers. Frances Willard. mf; -i A Broklyn Man Who MaJes It His Business to Forty Enthusiastic Women Parade the Streets A Curious Expedition Off for Mexico to Search for She Discusses the Pilgrimage Around the World a j Bjr Trace Out Cases of Mysterious Disappearances. Wearing the Divided Skirt Trouscrettes. Traces of the Strange Prehistoric People. Behalf of Temperance and Better Morals. I LfQUR PAGES OF HTTMOR AND COLORED CARTOON!. A