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A CHAT WITH BLONDIN.
BOW THE TIGHTROPE WALKER LOOKS.
HE CARES NOW MORE POR MONET THAN FOR
GLORY ? SOME OP HIS I.ARIXO IX nit I
ENOFS.
ay "If ley would pay me I would cross Niagara again,
but for to gloite, Jen at Beea -"
Of course only one man In th* world could have
made tha* remark and although lt ls a distinction to
have done whai no other man of woman born. In all
the ages hM ever done, Jean Francois Blondln seems
to have In a measure survived himself. When In Ids
Intrepid prime be walked tbe narrow path of hemp
shove tbe Biad swilling waters io dlsr.ilv far beneath
him, both the American and Canadian shores were
blaeb with beholders who watched him with bated
breath. Now when be returns to America after de?
cades and exhibits the even more startling nene
of tripping blithely on the tightrope with sixty-five
years on his back, a span*** gathering of Coney 1-land
visitors loot wllh languid Interest st the doughty
funambulist, before the Pea Reach I'avllllon.
Ssd to reap luch aftermath it zlorv ! No wonder
ihat his mellowing vears care not for " re glrdr*."
but kook with something of prosy solicitude at the
more commercial gain which his doughty legs and
nerves may win. There ls much of the seme disso?
nance between tbe Monita of to dav ui) aloft on his
aerial pathway, and the I'.londln xxho treads the earth.
There, clad In lights, and softened by Ihe enchanting
touches of distance, lhere ts something of tbe qua-d
heroic about bis physique de-spite bis protuberant
abdomen, Straight as a Crow Indian, motionless as
tha natue of Memnon, he stands until the braying
band on the portico of the Pat-Won breaks Into a
tumultuous BtTatn. Then grasping his long balancing
pole he steps forth hardily and with an elastic aban?
don on the rope. The cords stand out on his legs
and arms, his hair has s sort ot wind swept looa and
bli straight ahead gate is as firm and confident as tbe
unblanchlnB look of Fate.
"DISTANCE LENDS ENCHANTMENT.*'
Bnt on earth :- alas, he ls stripped of all that. As
be came forth from the weather-stained tent at the
loot of the mast aler he had completed his perform?
ance, he was a middle-sited, stocky, elderly man,
vulgar after the type of a ward polltlclan-pale blue
eyes with small pupils set lightly In his bead, hts
nose a blt awry, and under the bristles of his Imper?
fectly dyed mustache the gleam of teeth which art
had not made beautiful. No. Blondln ls not heroic
?when be treads the earth, though ibe breast al his
black frock coat was plated with dotens of medals of
honor. Still In tbe bourgeois commonplaceness of
the rope-walker there ls something that ls attractive.
His wonderful preservation, tbe agility which Invest*
his six and a half decades with the robust vigor of a
youth, tell of his moderate, carefully regulated life
In the morning he takes a breakfast of eggs and
wine or something equally light, and then touches
nothing till after be has walked In the evening, when
he takes a hearty dinner snd lingers at the board with
friends over some cordial, quiet, restful, content, lt
was thus I saw him In Hertzberg's restaurant. His
Italian manager, Palavlclno. half a dozen newspaper
men, his son Henry, a modest, unassuming x-'uing
man of twenty-seven, and a lady In a baby-blue and
maroon velvet "confection," and 6n,all cornets worn
as ear-rings, were his associates. The lady ls tho
present wife of Levy the cornetlst. The band played
* En Rcvei-.ant de la Revt:,-,'' and a reportorial si lu re
of good nature and cordiality visibly contracted under
lt, while Rlondln's faint blue eye*! twinkled. He ap?
plauds vehemently at the end, hts bands glittering
with large Jewelled rings. He meets In a straight?
forward unassuming way a small battery of question,
levelled at bim.
'? Do you fe<-l any weakening of your powers?**
'? None. There ls nothing th;it 1 have ever dono
which I can not do equally well to,lay." aneweted
Blondln, In French. "I am Bttghtty heavier, but I
feel as active as I have ever felt."
"Do you ever use stimulants ?*?*
? No. Nothing more Ikea a glass of some liqueur
after my dinner. Tlie mu-lc ul the hand I. of somo
slight assistance, of cr.urse. m walking on a rope, Just
as lt 1s to any other sort of walk. lint I have never
employed stimulants of any kind and my diet is very
moderate and simple."
A TR VJ NO POSITION RF.CALLFD.
"Have you never felt any trepidation on the rope?"
"No. Of course there ls a certain tenaton of
nerves, but 1 am as cool as I could wish. I have
never had any accident or been burt. Once or iwlco
I lost my chair. I d!d this ai Niagara. Occasion?
ally some of tho gear or guy ropes have given tray,
but I have never bren Injured. Tho rope ls always
subjected 10 a good test flist. This o-.e ls capable of
standing a prrssui-e ol forty tons, so 1 am not likely
to br*ak lt gawa. My sou superintends all of tbeae
details now, and I can feel the BOSl perfect cnli
flene- In the safety of everything"
" Well, there must be some feat more dl-Te-ult than
others, ls there not ?"
" llalanrlng with the chair ls the .inst difficult so
far as efjini-i .tim goes. Mut the bicycle work ls t ?
most aaageteaa, as recovery in case ol a slip wot l
be so dlffl'-ult if not Impossible."
"How do you tell whon the chair ls J ist balanced
lu the aalidle!"
"I am not so particular .bout that =*, long as my
tentre of gravity ls right 1 t<!l ihat by my shoulders
?nd my balarring pall There is a rame of being
balanced which assures me it ls as lt itaold be."
? In carryng a person ever on ymir back, are you
Indifferent as to who lt is. ,r do you have a person
ivho ls trained or specially qualified io be carried?
I don't suppose you find nany xxho covet the trip."
"Oh, yes. There are plenty who aa willing to
take lt. I would as soon carry one a*; another II be
las aenre, Bal when i feel anybody trembling or
.bowing any irace of vertigo, I advise him no' lo g.,.
Although their leg. are mn through straps ihey could
Hip ont of them tf they wero to gel faint, and fall
backward. The ma-t stray! BOaewl If, an! ;. poi on
vu bj ec t at all tu vertigo xviii show lt whet he gea up
there, l generally anny ova mv ion, tboui
wife is decidedly opposed te bia taking the t:;.-.
Hut lt ls perfectly sate. I am no? ^ dangerous as
a bet-tat] car a- a aeana of I ran tit."
WALKING Tin*. BOBE at lu ri _.!:; n r iu.ic.hts.
"ls your life insured. Monsieur Blondln!"
"No. There ls not a company who WU] take the
Ksk."
"When you crossed {Bagara did yon find tba rash
tt Die water below you a aerve-trylng thing
"No. For a fortnight talon I mosed I Used to go
ind look down aini s.-t tta weten sweep over! bnl I
founl thal they bad no BBplfiaan! affect on m.*. I>
has be"n a little annoying hera at Coney bland whea
mme friends have taken me up imo tin* lover and
thc,- asked me If 1 felt Ita height I wonld a, li, |
walk a rope ai one height as another. Tho dill:
niliy ls la stretching a rope leearely at such gnu
!"-*!?!, t. At Ihe 'ivsial PalBM BJ rope xva^ M.-, f,-,
blCb; and In Russia n *a-. lib feet, sa at Bl
Paferatarg lhere wa something Barb ha,de*,- n,_i
that to contend wiih. Il xva- so c H i e,,:iH hsrdlj
bold tha pole, and there vxvn- mo-.i Sakai Whittall
in my fact- and blinding tn.* al) tba tra] are Th,
Erapraa wished me not to attempt ,).<- walk, in
did not Mite le glee it up ea -.count of a Utile difficult!
snd 1 did it "
-Have you ever changed your method at all?"
"No. My met. od is tba out,onie of asperlene
rather i lian theory. 1 lee .'an xxa'.i:*.' when a ehIM
Then- ls ti:<*Ji a thing as a genius for rope xvalli ti
as there ls fm* everything el-". 1 think I have lt,
.aid Hloi dtti modally. "Jfoa nv mn, though ie ,-,
get over a rope, ls not a rope-walker. Ile is a goo
ul! ranni athlete. Im, |.<- has in, derided I eleni f,*: th
profession and would rather go over a Ught-rope 0
my back than on lils feet."
?? v, | et vi,': xtei ? vaii-'nt* blindfolded, a' ' ' -*'i
yon pretended to fall, I BOBeed tl at you pot your f<?<
Bl I ash I altuig the rope tnsioad of tailing lt Wllh th
tetlow a your laet"
?'That xxas basaam I had to deBrulta very can
fully my balance and to be sure whore the ape WB
.lils roiio 1s not eery gixid. The guy lines are s|;or:<
on one side than tbe other, and the oscillations ai
bad."
BLONDIN AS BEBB ON TUP. l!OPF..
When Hlondlii walked across tl),* rope tta first tim,
be was dont* up In a queer rro*?s tatWBBB the eflitflB
of a togaed Roman an-l thc patti of a xxiii! Indian, an
be wore a plum** of cork feathers In his bel,ni, I!
galt wa< verv like the walk ,,f sou." berny ard cr
Ile han the nama sort of nervous high-Step combine
with the IsMberaa prac ? o' th minti-"-! movement, l]
rab-cd his leg tigh, Btiatghienai! it oni ahead af hla
the muscles tightenlnK a*, ha grasped the rope wu
|,ls foo- III- other galt was a cnr.ctl mri of Iro
win* the first, li !<?>h bira Bee ralnatra i
tbe viv, wbllo with the other bo got over tn a BB
over one. ile kerps his eye fixed on tlie rope abo:
thirty feet ahead of bim
?? How beavy a pole do you carry 1"
" Tbe one I had to-dav ls twenty-eight pound!,
hsve used a thirty-six pound pole. Over Nlegara
carried ana ol thirty-lout pounds, ll I sin carryli
heavy man 1 like i heavy bnlinrlng pole, as vou
,y naturally suppose. Mv son welch* h! oil ISO."
- Have you ever found a piejudlco against ropi*
Iklng In any place where you have wished to ex
?1 did In Rome. Antonelll po-!f.veiv refused to
a nie leave to walli. He evidently thought lt
is Ilylug. or walking. In the fare of Providence.
t rio Nono Insisted that 1 should walk. My raps
t-t siretcbed in lbs Caape Pietotla, the oov, -*?
?nt grounds cartllnal ile Moonie was then !-,*,
ary of Ita War Department, There were 43,000
opa present, Incliiillng the Papal Court. All Hie
hts were cIose>l and lt vt as au Immense fete"
l'-londln was bom near Calais but hus not been
tKf lor teals. Bad has never walked then-. When
came to this eountry first lt was under an BBgBgQ
*ni in the f?,tunis Bevela.
?What is your name on the stage.". asked Gabriel
ive! cf hm
" My rame ls Jenn Francois c.ravelet. I have ne
age i-.anic. But my father wa* such a light-haired
?ai-complexioned man that In the anny they called
m Umala."
?? Blondln will do flrst rate," said Ravel From
at time to Ihls (iravelet has been Blondln. Sud
s ion li Blondln. The story of his entering his
?nfc. sion, while savoring slightly of tbo veracity
tho Arabian Nights, doc* not go beyond the limits
possibility, and ls doubtless truer than must thing**
ld of Mahomet. When he was an urchin of four
tars of age, his sliter was performing on one nf the
res which they used to stretch fi um the cround to
is top of a circus tent. Sh* was embarrassed In
mi* way, nnd Hie baby Blondln toddled up the
ipe filled wlU, all the brotherly affection Ids young
nil could carty to her y!!of. Ibis waa his first
ep on the narrow wav of hemn which he has since
?odden to fame upon. Pretty, whether true or not.
HUGE COLUMN'S OF FIRE,
*o:n Golden Day a
" On deck there !"
The hill came from the foretop of a little MWftgSBi
dp of ths Old-fashioned New-Bedford tx pe that wis
oughing ilor.g thl waters of the Atlantic, hurllne the
-Ight, phosphorescent waves ahead of the broad bott- in a
ud and boisterous manner.
" Av-, aye," xvas the answer, fcHcwed by s gruff
WbSl'l the matter?-' from the sleepy mate.
*' Mehi on the weather bott* 1" came fruin th* lookout.
" We're a good two thousand mile* from land In that
ree,lon," muttered the mate, a* he swung himself Into tho
EKltic.
But when he wiped axray the sprtiy tho, lashed his face
iero was the light, and ene so strange and unfamiliar that
e stood there for *?e\-erai sneonrts, taSotSi by the waves,
et peeling it the Urongo vlnlMr Then swlnclnc around
nd dropping hom the shroud* rn the quirter-deck. he nut
p hil big hands lo form ? trumpet and roared : " Ready
bout"
A moment later the ship xvas tre-nbllne In the xvlnd. the
locks hammil lng the yards viciously, the cordarn groan
ig, the sails snapping like flrca>ni<?, while the lunging and
itching covered the decks Witt I clenmlne golden BBSBJ.
'he roar and confusion brought th,- skipper on deck, and
n explanation of his i.rdcr the mate pointed at Die strange
Ight that was now astern. The men, Ba WSW looking
it lt, having made everything snug, and of all tho crew
iot one bnd seen anything like lt before.
When first seen lt looked like a luminous buoy floating
ipon the surface, but lt bad gradually lengthened out.
frown more aitcnuritKi. a? lt were, until now It seemed
aller than the mainmast of the ship, of a yellowish tint?a
nost striking object against the Jet-black sky.
Some of the men looked at the strange form with grave
apprehension. To them lt boded no good, perhaps harm ;
others were not so easily disturbed, but every one on board
wa* at least SSteatltai at the curious apparition that
every moment seemed to grow larger and taller.
" K*ep her away * point," said tbe captain to th" helms?
man, and the vessel f.-u uwav and illghtly Increased her
speed. " Whatever it ls." hI continued. '? lt's coming ifl/*r
us. It looks lo me like a waterspout, I,ut I ii'xer saw
one tti.it wa? on tire, and that one ls If anything ever was."
The curious ,-,b'o,-t wns rapidly earning 0:1 Itara and now
presented au appalling appearance?a huge column of ghast?
ly light, hundred* nf Bel high, of a dark, golden-yellow Uh
hm -anding out In strange contrast against th*- sky, or
the Intense daikness of the night. lt came on so quickly,
evidently before the hrcwe, that tho vessel was hauled
on the xvlnd, Just In time perhaps. Bl the strange column
went hissing and roaring by not a thousand yards astern.
Its base where lt Jolnel the water surrounded by a seeming
mom * 1* tire, while the Bppa portion bent gracefully and
was Inst in the clouds. In a shor' time lt had entirely
disappeared r...n, view, _%, eolana wm as tho aipper
, ti waterspout; a midnight x-i-m.r. enanlng
aver tta oeeen Uk" mim weird phsnteni Btaa
have ' ' ? ii -* cn it om. time, veritable pillars of lire.
moving rapidly oxer th<* inrfi -. i- Busily occurred to _
scientist ta exsmlne the water In which tb< i-e gory columns
wen.en. rind lc found it completely lilied with th" fnttns
ot txvo minute (dints Um,? n to science aa pj roclsllipseed n
rctiiuea and i* plsifonnta whose melina Ibe Uttlfl q ??
?seen In tho centre, xvi' vividly luminous.
Here, thea, xvas the taara! ,'l the ,-lumn of tire?a
wsterspoet had been formed and enorntoea masses of tho
Itht-givers berm aloft, tiviot the etmre spout a
fiery appearance. Th se aponta liff, i In eetor, de|ienditig
cn tiie Intensity of tb* lt;lit of the var! ,u- anim.ls; some
ste a duli v- lie-.v. ; ..tie is, on moenlltbt ntthta, tats
pnlo, tvlill.- others a,.-,tn. ou ,!,?? IXtrOBM ..mk Dltfeta tvlien
the M-a ls high, present a truly frightful appearance, W
wabllBg a pillar of lire, the base representing a caldron of
seething flame.
COBEOBOBATTSB IUS DOG STOUT.
From Th,- Chlesge lleral l.
'?Well, ivnts." sahl Joe Beasley, after several per?
sons lui.l told highly imaginative stories, ?? them doge
as you mention ?a- no slouches, that's a fack ttiai's
to my, tiny ibowed xthat you call remarkable In
itlnck; bnt when lt eenie, to rcasononi dog- nary one
of 'em had any buslnesi io stand up afme a newfnnd
Inn' that I ii-eei lo own. That dog. gents, was tho
knowln'est animal Hat i ever seen, and I reckon t'-at
you 'll allow thal bo lays right over al! them Britten
you 've been talkln' 'bout vt hen I all ton some of his
dui,i's.
* That dui*, gerts. knew as much as a human. I
could i;o on and tell you 'bout him for hours; but I'll
Just mention ono or two thlngi a- a sample l"t ol bli
Intelligence, "ne day I pave him a plate of hot wrap,
Just to see what tho critic:- 'd do. He pul hil nose to
lt. but lt was too bot and ta drew buck pretty quirk,
yoe can b'lleve me. H-- st-.i'ii-d around lt fur a
min Ile or two. anel the-i )),- lai-1 down and l"?gun to
think. 1 all'is knew when he wa- thlnl.lng' 'mt lie
lo, l.i 1 so quiet like. Well, pretty so,,n ta Jumped
np, and geln' op to tho wnp, i.e. w'eeled aboul ami
turned tall :,, lt- he had a nlea busby tall, you know?
?ru he began a-fannln' Ural soup snd kept it np for
f:f:*?oii mlnutci nt* m*. By thal time the wup w?s
cool enough lor him. Then he lapped it all np. leavln'
.',,* dish as cleatt as a -,t hi-:le. at ,1 ;,fi,-r v InUn' a** mo
In a knowla' xi av, as much as to -av, 'You can't tool
ll ' child,' bc laid down on ruy dish cloth and went to
sleep.
"Bul that xva, nothin' 10 *-1 at be did another
time.' , ontlnued Joe, u i lewhst hastily for him, eeli _?
? . ? ? ,?, [itali ?*? i -?* Inc to sj nm ttl Ing " 'i hat
\*.as before tta wm. it v.as in summer, and Jack
thst ws the 1* .' nam, had le'***n weaiin' a muzzle
,.-.t*in' io thc i,.v,',)erp),i.liy tl.a, wai rarii:' np our way,
Ile tini n't worn tt for a tm."th or two. however, at
the lime I'm peehl .' of. Well.nne ,tax- the boy! were
playln' base ball, and Ibo teller what ketrhed didn't
a: i,,u-1 to shucks, Jae;; looked at him like he wa.
d ted, u"'l fusl iii!*.- we knew, Ja''!; xx..
? ef homo like h", poise< ed. Pretty loon he rame
lea, ii. and with bli muzzle on. Ile wail,re! jo
ate .???? you i '? tm np h, I i el tbe leane,
lils muzzle nit. ,i'xe mind.-and getiln' onto lils hind
1,-ps. he held oui his fore pawl and ketehed Hie hail
beautiful, every time V" i never k (chin*,
tents, in hU xour life, ah ihe fellers allowed iha:
ii i v net e-i ? ?? i .*. il In' like .
"Oh. x. t t.e, 1 ii': laugh, gents." said Joe,
the nuilee that -.vent round, '-lt 'i Bos-pel truth I'm
tellin' you; sn' I cai pro c ii. too, when wornt
'co/ I've kopi ti.,- muzzle, snit] i can ihow li io yon
Nctu J3nblicanouo.
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ADAMF, GIOVANN'INI, superior finishing family
schrs.l for vonna ladles; ape, lilllie* : hither English,
slr, language* and art; terms, MOO t? BSOB 103
tt 01 St- Si. ___________________________________________
BE MISSES WREAKS'S BOARDING ANI) DAY
KCHOoi, for jiiils, 37 I.n-' OBth-BS,, reopens Oct 1;
ulara on application by Utter until Sept 6.
HE COMSTOCK SCHOOL.
(Est! bi,-hod 1962i.
NO. 32 WEST 40TII-ST.
Boarding and Day School for Vonni ladles.
Reopen* Oct 8. Mira DAY In charge.
AS NORMAN INSTIT UTI .Founded 18S7). HOME
AND DAV SCHOOL.?Ceatral Park West, at fl_d-ic
organ Manalon.) Mme. VAN NORMAN, l'rinclpil.
For Bova ..nd Youn-r Men?City.
-CIRCULARS OF OOOD SCHOOLS FREE.
. Btite whether tor boys ar (Iris, mi locality preferred.
tt AVERY, Amirlcie Sehc.il B-ireiu, 2 W. llth it.N.Jf.
II. MOBSE'fl B 7 -ie fr liovs. 4'JII M ad I son-a ve.
(near 4P,!>st... Reopen,. S-pt. 27. Un til Sept. 15
Jivls C..Kilt Mass.
' tUTV A R A TI O N for . irTTtolifccVETiminiilona. Sum
ner Bess-Ion WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL, bcelni August
. 82 Elsi 4.1th-st.__.
CHOOL Ol' PREPABATIOM
E.er hu*!ncss and college,
64 WI* vr ITTH ST.. NEW-VORK.
A Day and Boarding School for Boys.
NOWELL ft SCH ERM ER1IORN.
fNIVERSITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, 1,473 Broi-Wiy.
' nen 42d-it ; Bill year. I'rimiry, cofcmerclil ind
isalcil department*; Instruct..n thorough. M. M.
OBBY. W. le. AKIN. N. C. HENDRICKSON. Trina
For Both Sexea?Country.
t MONO THE Hi LIA thirty two miles from N-w-York.
1. Order prograiume for IBSt-BO, and picture of CHAPPA
b'A MOUNTAIN INSTIT-'-!-, Chippaqtta, N. Y.
t LAVERACB (B. T.I COLLEGE and Unaaon River
j Institut,-.?College for girls; b?y? prepared for collet*
buiincss; conservatory of music and art; thorough In
mellon In nil departments: BStb year open** September
1. Send for lllu?'.tatcd catalogue.
HEV. A. H. KLACR. A. M.. President^
1 LINTON LIBERAL INSTITUTE.-10 speclsllsts|
Mien aa; Isutoatea, engineering. Eng! lah; r> mirka
e adviiitage* in music, el.cition, art; business college;
* am, gi*, clevnor; tieautifui Incition ; gymnasium.
V. BARBELL, A- M., President, Kurt Plain, N V.
\E'OARMO INSTITUTE, Rhlii'ib'ck, N. Y-. prepares
"both sexel for coll'ge or for business. Ad:!." M tin
rlnclpil, JAMES M. DU OARMO. Ph. P. Jg
\'.( itINSON SEMINARY.
9 XV 11,1,1 AMS,-OI'.T. PENN.
A thorough!* ? il snd tscientlflc. Scheu!
,r both sexes; 16 1 j* ; . ??* conferred 1 eeleeUve
ad lei when desiri '. rsre '?...-.** n, music :md irt;
ira, ester, ventllsUon. Bre-eacapei;
183 per .vein for board, wiihlna, taBt, light and mom;
litton according to studios; a .counts to prcsctara,
?a.li^rs anil two ff ttl tte- -_ti e !,,
Fell term uiitn.s S* pt. A- Cltalogu* free.
B J GRAY, D. D..
Bat.
FRANKLIN. N. T.?bellwareIJI rary Institute Ycir
bi-gini. Sept 4 , liege pi puratory, Englllh an*!
?lentlffc . ourses. ( HARLES II. VEBBILL, Ph D . Prln.
SKW-JERSEY STATE MODEL bCHOOL fe.r young
ladles ani gentlemen, Trenton, N. J.?Thli lehool will
,,,**. y adey, September 17, laSS; preparei for buslneaa
I C. lie r.,, ; l,f,nr*i. ftlfl|-l.. I ' **!,-. tUlti?|l 11**1 ll'l.il.S, |200
er year. Send fi -e' * "? I i
\V. ll 4S Ul '.IC1C, Trenfen, N. J.
>ENNINOTON REMI.IABT), N. .I.-TIIOs HanT
I.UN, H li, I'/ I.nl i ? : e. i 1 1 lev Di. McCnslI,
(Coll In health, discipline, hom** eomfu-ta lt, ! Iel, *la
ilp; ff-.'/' covers ali expense* ami extra-t but irk in I
tuRic Catalogue eycry Ix-aui I ? ,.,eie.
;>en M.ano i 0LLE6B,
I** NYAi -K "N i HE-HUDSON. N.
?v fm Ualei; College for !-j*'..'s. Special t?ao
ng for backward puplli Vi-at opens Sept 17 Catalogue
f XV. II BANNISTER, . M., Prln '
ftQ7t_- - ?*?' A PLEW, Kif) lNSrii*CI*E fo? Both sere..
pOirUe,CoDeerdvUle, penn. Preparatory, buslnms Eg
ish Oradtf Ille snd C I wie preparatory e.* nn-t.
?<P"cial care to mt..' boya, Highly recommi-udcX J.
ailOETLlDGE tYalc), A. M.. PrlDClpaL
Fer Younjr Ladies?Countrv.
A OADEMT OP THK BACREII HEART.
tx. LOM Don. ONTARIO,
un direct line nf Nsw-York, Chi. ago and St. T.nul<
c.. lt. Ii* ..il ii ,2 per annum. Conducted
,\- the Lsdlei ol the Saered Heart Pita of studies him
ia that pur*ucd iii all ll lona. For ruiUu-r psi
llculara appij lo Di- !.:''..? Superior. _
BAQUET IN8T1TUTE. Short Billa N. J.
Englllh. French, ind Gorman i.oarling ind day tehool
lor young ladies, pi in.ary, Intermediate ind collcgilU
ut'pariu.i-uta Early application ls d,,rirabio.
Harriet s. ii au ii et. ptincipaL
CM.ASSii AI. AM' HOME IN.sTIT!"Tl*.."
i Poughkeepsie N. Y.?Prvparea Veung I.adici fo.
College; wlt'i home comfort! un*i *-i, lal car-.
Miss SARAH V. ll. BUTLER, Principal
Cott ace Rfc_.tlNARY.-A Home Behool r.r TesiDi
i.i. ., Clinton, Oneida <'?>.. N. .'. Opem Sept ipbe
9, HEV. C. W. HAWLEY, A x{ . PrineipaL
/'OLDEN Hli.E BEMINARY, BOB ifOUNG LADIES
xt r.-lditepeit, Corn.. Addresi
.'?* M EMILY NELSON, Principal.
Il
OMB COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, Mctnchen. N.
Ui'irdlng iel ll -. , ** :? ge pie uara lory i
Icnuc couriea V^sr begins September 24.
SAP.AH I. M X'.I.E. Prlnelnal.
HoME INSTITUTE. Tarrytown. N. Y -A boarding in
bool foi roUns lilei ii.i littlS giris; will rc
i.peii Sept. inlier is. M i- -. JJ XV METCALt' 1*
HOI SATONI, \ ALLEY INM1TI TE
Litchfield County, Conn.?Bnardli.g school for youn
iae; ? s. ple??ant, Ie 'lilifui loeatlon j horne comfort! an
t.-. .si i -tru non. I i lerra! and par'.i* u ir? s,., i toi el
eulin ol i ...,s, principal. MRS C. H. 0U1OU. dr,
v.iii, Cone_.
1 y'NDON HALT,'.
1 ? roi'.iiKEr.psi",. n. T.
a Olrl ?- CoUateiPramratet
t-,1 Academic Course!, . iai tit. Uual Addrei
_ BAMUE-L WELLS BUCK, A. M . Principal.
1\K EV.'nil*. ?
' iis*- FARKINGTON'8 school f.r v
lr, -..
MLIAN SEMINARY. slMsn RY. CONN-Hon)
Ve ung Lad!, s. I; . e,.f,,I ,j,
lien, i brae h r f <- Ben ', i li ill mui ti j
Hartford Addreae Rev. J. i: MeLEAN.
Bl E ELIZABETH DANA
?'? li , , . l.-ill-s ,,, Morrl
I ' Iles*. QI Ul
,' i Art oi'.iii.
li p|? Ioi
I -??* I Tonal , OO, Clreulan ?
lon_ _
Mx .:., *. . x-. li DA!
* .-. i a. i j **, ? '* * . - ..e-ii*i ion, wBl ti
. t Septen.bl ll), X . ! -s- bj
'?ii SI '*; I'- I ': ,- - ? nie (x,a
lut -?' ? and chi) h. n , thorough lr,--r?i
R
? ... AJdre
I
x THURSTON. 1* -
ST. ACNES' SI ii'H'i X '- V.. tl ,1" th
il Bi I ? ?? Vf. c. DOANE, S. T- II. LL.
AdV, III 1 : n t 20, LOBS. i i . t e. .,
.vi. AGNES SCHOOL
Sm;x s il xii.. BURLINGT?"?N, V I
1 .1, |, * e\ ?
!:? flfty-_ec?nd * hi .*! x- a.- ? , 20 i
' * - te., .it Hl?a JULIA i
UcALLIhTEil psi, Burflnewo. N. J., or
: lu p , ! N.-et J, rsey. ?!,.? 1 . ?? I
SUBURBAN SEMINARY foi > * - ... I i ?
f. dren )'..': i it, an i i*. i ? ? ... at . it :
.. lion, lu
IB. M !;>. I i'f. IN .1* IIN---'iN. I
rp EMPLE GROVE Ex** * INART. Satau
1 .Spiin^i, N. V. Tl : \ ? .. i. :tln?
_chas v dowd pi p.. pro*.
'IM'.i.m . v ii \;.l. i*. nj *- ;
I is tULISHEn V-i'.T
A tliorougn hun '? - hool f.,- twenty Tonne ladies. Var
1 * * , ., iw tn in;
i.i, mind and heart I ire In English, Musle, I
III ! l-nnrua-e s A pi'*-.'- . I
i -tinly Bi -- ??? ir begin? Septc
i ei 21- Foi circular ad ii *- , ,
rai hell; Gibbon*! hunt.
('Nt'V lix i.i --I \; in x ;?*.*,- ;-**!? v..ino [_Al?l
. ? hil Iran, .ian i ? i, i. ie .? i ii :,* ii e*i
Ml*s ANN \ i- TuWNt ' N 0. 1*
\l'isr WALNU1 bTBK.f*l BOAP.DIVO BCBOOL
tl y-ung Muses ind Lr,:;- <? tit Ko-openi s-p-.
real). Miss j. tua! tm ann, Prl, elpal
Cl ll! 2nn on applicate.ni 4.Sol tVilnnt-it, Ph ,i i
' AOAA A VI tr*, board er,-l ,-i*'i *. Eui
-**t -lill *.?;..,. |, w ?
1 M-titery College. Addiera EPISCOPAL SCHOOLS II
(1 .Till' ,J, N, J.
Wm Boys nnd ! .- ung llen-1'aniilry,
AOADEMY Wlill llnME. I'd P. TEN BOYS,
TtaToash i ?'i'.e a'on for < BuMnesi ?
S|*e ? : ll Uti I, lon IO i lille' I, COB
-*,*i.ii. i:..?. I i.\:.,,; i- tii.. Ten lloyi recelv, I in Prl
' el', to ail bom! pr'.xileues. Absolut, heal,
1 .rate.ii .'mel genulDO lone with thl I
ruundlnga li - * loea given ind ifauli I
J. II. BOOT, I'i.I*' 1.1 'ii' H'M. h. e ? te
A HOME ANO SI li*" L foi BO nc. ? ontal lil vi?
ol. 28th year, s'.in INSTITUTE, Hemps*
Loag Dla: l
i'I I'S ACADEMY; Stamf.-n-.. ,t. .', t. jj *,
A se.eit BStaOl f er lu.) i
l-l-.l EA!'.' S EOri CO|.Ll.,.I. ANI) Bl
.Ina) training. PbyHeal d, 111.
I.renell. Lui" aol t- iy Itl: ,
WM. J BETTS, M. A. i \ ale,. I'rlnrl|-al
l rim i i \ mpp op IBM " I pei *,.I ol SO iui?.* p,
I fixing rMes of ,!iitv ii..v. iii lorva, in to
willi Ut" i-ieiii' Bree List, and olhe-r tal ital.I. Tarifl ll
ii iiiu, Timely for r- lt>r' nc, and ab'toluiei/ cori
price 12 oeiiU a Cpy. Published by - Thu Trlbu
itaW'TatSb
li
J attraction.
Bovsnnl You-nf Men-Country.
I LACS HALL SCHOOL lop. BOYS -Thorough
> _*,. ?i bti'lii, s, null rai-cfnl hom!
lining; hah'*', reference!. CHARLES GRISWOLD
i. ..! A., Lynn, Cnn._
JilVANT SCH-.L an t y
An laeoip?tsled unod <f th, bight* -.-laM tor boya
a Mi ki, rommerclsl, ii...: aav.
(.BO. li 1.1 I. i oi: I'LL YOU. Principal._
-so RN WALL BKIOHTS SCHOOL,
-J T?e,,, jw. on I \e.,r beglna september 20.
i* i
IV. CARLOS H. STON E
Addreii
, .on-Hudson. N. Y.
I'S R HOLBROOK'S
J MILITARY SCHOOL.
Sing Sing, N. T. _ -__
Reopens Thursday evealnt. Sept, tuber 13th. Addresi
v P.ev. I). A. HOLBROOK, Ph. D. __
ELMWOOD SCHOOL ron nOVS.-At Milford, Conn.
Pira,us who aro unfortunato In th? tninagoment ol
heir t".ni will do wuli VU profit by tho idvintages otT?re?t
f USS BStasl Addreii FRANK M. HOWE. Sup't
L* RF.F.noi.n INSTITUTE. PlltblU, N. J -Kifty
I fuur-.h yeir; ior boyi and yung men. Addresa
Rev. A. G. ClIAMBHP--. A. M., Piinclpal. __
GiLBNWOOD INSTITUTE, Metowan. MeaBMaiB Co.,
IN. J.-E-ii" location; thorough mining; military drill;
ibrary; gymnasium. f-'A'iO. J Calvin P.lce, A. M.. Prln.
[I 1'.IILANO MILITARY ACADEMY. WorcO-te^
II Mam, .'i.i yc.r. bagtm Sept. lg, ia?& Clinical.
BClcutillc, Bu.sln,.".s, primary Department*.
JOSEPH ALDEN SHAW. A. M., Held Milter.
11'i'me S< nm il for six boya; ic rna s*>00; healthful lota
Ll.iou; thorough Instruction; sleetiest surrounding*.
v M. DRUMMOND, A. M., Principal. Port dieter. N. Y
IRVING INSTITUTE Tirrytown-on-Hudfon, olleri un
,i"i .1 i lvaiiiu-?-? to mrmiu loeklng the belt Instruct.on
tor_the.r boys. Addresi A. ARMAGNAC, Ph. P.
IAKEXVOol), N. J.-Courtlimit Puce School for Boya
_, Attractive ind comfortable building, oreet* I for the don
.cite. Boys have wpiiate rooms. Careful physical. Intel
cctual and moril training. Thoa D Suplee, Prln e._
"ill'. PLEASANT MILITARY ACADEMY.
A SELECT BOARDINGS, HOOL FOR BOYS AND
TOUNG MEN, AT SING sin,; ON HUDSON.
REOPENS BEPTEMBER 18. 1383
For partk-slarit and circulars address
J. HOWE ALLEN, Prlnclpsb_
Ml'!' I! ELL'S ROYS* SCHOOL Blllerki. Mun.. 18
miles from Boston ind 0 mllei from Lowell, on th!
Rout.ui and Lowell R. lt A strictly select Fimlly School
for Boy* from 7 tu 16 tncluiivo; fall term commence!
October 1. Send Ior circullr lo M. C. MITCHELL,
A. M., PrlnclpiI.
IV EWTON (N. J.) INSTITUTE -High (780 feet),
1*1 tory healthy; homciltn-. nunmah: wloct. Ele?
mentary, academic, comnierclil. cliialcil. Ponlea, Ac,
for riding drill. Illustrated catalonue. J. Wllion. A. M.,
Pr!n. _
Norxvalk. conn. -itoRWAial UILITA-iT 1MIR.
'li;TE.? Thorough teaching; careful training; moderate
etarges; tuperlor building; gymnasium: bowling n.eyi;
boithouse._ P. ts. ROBERTS, Principal. __
NAZARETH HALL.?Monvtsn Boarding School for
H't-s. at Nazareth. Northampton Co.. Pa. Reopen!
Sept. 12th.
PARK AVENUE INSTITUTE, BRIDGEPORT. Conn.'
- Excellent homo schcol for bots. Adx-intagti first
class, parents always pleased. Begini Sept 19. 18t?8.
For cltci.iir.s addrees
8. B. JONES. A. M.. PrlnelDil.
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACADEMY.
-. ?,, , , lHKSTI.lt PA.
27TH YEAR OPENS SEPTEMBER 19.
-.-.---._ A MILITARY > OLLRGE
DEGREES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, CHEMISTRY.
ARCHITECTURE ABD ARTS,
A thar>,u::lily-orgaii'/esd l-ieparau ry liepirtment
Circular! of Mr. GEO. Jl. STERLING. 62 Deyit.. City.
_COL. CHAS. E. HYATT, Preildont_
RBCTORT SCHOOL, Hamden, Conn.-torr Boya B80O
I_u0; hume lnili.-ncra; thorough school lyitem; ex?
tensive grounds, gymnasium, bon house. Aa. Addreti
Bm. H. I* BVEBEST, M. A., Rector.
RUTHI.Rs COLLEGE GRAMMAR SCii6oL7~NowT
Brunswick, N. J.-A hojtf day and boarding ichool.
prepare* for Um best e.lieges. Opens September 13. Ad?
el--- GEORGE P. JEWETT, Brad Master._
CSTEVEN8 Ili'ill SCHOOL
O _
TUB ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT OP THE STEVENS
INSTITUTE OP TECHNOLOGY.
River st., between Oth and Oth st*.. Hoboken. N. J.
OPENS SEPTEMHER 12. 18SB
Examinations for admission on tho 10th ind llth of
Bepteraber,
FULL COURSES OF STUDIES PREPARATORY TO
I IHOOLS op BCIENCE AND COLLEGES.
gUNIOB DEPARTMENT, I75 PER ANNUM.
BENIOB DEPARTMENT, HBO PER ANNCM.
These terna include all tba ntu.li-**>.
For estalotnei apply to lbs Librarian of Steveni Insti?
tute. _
< r. JOHN'S MILITARV *sCH'"ir,
?^ MAN Ll LS, N. V.
Kt Bm. F. D. HUNTINGTON.
Lt.-Cn!. W. VERBECK.
-Rev. J.
Thu 20th
SI' JOHN'S BCHOOL, Sing Sing, N. Y.-Rcv. J.
Ill'.l.i iii NR1DOE lilBSON, D. D'.. Rector. Thu 20th
year Will begin bepu n ber Ls, {___,
'PEI, LEI KSKil.I, MILITARY ACADEMYT~Pee__r
I lilli, N v Send for Catalogue
JOHN N. TILDEN. A. M.. M. D.. PrineipaL
rpBINITY SCHOOL Tlvoll-on-Iludeoa, N- Y.
1 Tlie Ibu. JAME8 STARR CLARK, D. D, Rector.
A - -'.-I bj :-.'? ic- lent teacher*. Boyi ind young
men tb* i .ughly ".?.', I f..r ? he ' ind un I vi
?clcntlllc schools, "i foi burnes* Thli school offers
tho edt it.- -L-.-s >.f ii.aithftil location, home eomforta flrst.
. iai teachers, thorough training, iiMduom care of health,
- md tie- excludion of bad boy*, to con?
ns parent* looking for a school where they may
?>iih confldeai * * man Speclil Instruction given
!;. Phynlcs :.* 1 , hen -'rv. The twmty-Slst year xviii begin
Septen) er Et- ' _,_
rpjiE nest school yoar of THE GUNNERY beglna
September l'J
J. C. P.RINSMADE. Princlpil.
Wallington, Lltchlleid Co., Conn.
rn ULAND, Peekikilt. N. Y.-A boantTiig school for
boys. Prepare, f.r collete ml busiuc-i.
CARL A. HARSTROM, B. A..
EDWARD P. PEARSON. Il S., Principals. _
W I 8T JERSEY ACADEMY, ll Ul DU ETON, N. J.
fl v Home for Boys. Select thorough, kuc.e.siruL
Euablished 31 years. 'Termm |3()0. _.___.
IT i Nt ii'a i e. I* VLEII A i.f.EN, B* A. (Eng).
1 KINCH ALS i , %v BiONEY. Ph D.
i AN Al A DEMY On Of the half-do/en |e-t
Academic and cu-slcal Schools in New-England. Tho
p.,meit bf -i'- tn iin-t i e wtll cover oin,nary tuition,
tilth boord, f**r Fall Term, beginning August 2'J. Se>nd
for Catalogue to
Kev. u. M. STEELE Principal. Wilbraham, Maia._
w
S'i'i I *. A TERM.?Puplli flited for ct'lle^s or
'i'i l?i busfii ' perleneed educator; bast
references, F. a. SAWYER (Harvard , Ithaca, N. Y. _
C- I "ft W'U L PAY feir a IhOTOUth course In stenosT-phv.
31-lU lypettrlung. bookkeeping and i-nrnDiiblp, heard
Z i wuhlng Included. Addres! PRINi IPALl OF IN?
DUS RIAL DEPARTMENT "E BELVIDERE SEMI?
NARY. Belvidere, New-Jetsey.
ARAA* VEAR sllDRTl.tMCE MEDIA (Pl.) ACAD
tSijMKl ? VV. Po>s. Co iege or Busiii'-*!. _i0 minute!
fie,ii, Broad st. Siitlon. Phltadelphii. "i tntm dillv.
SWITHIN C. SHOQXT.IDGE AI!. A M. (Harv'di. Prop.
(Teachers.
\ P.EST TFACHERS *upp!!ed; no e\irg!. TEACH
.'\. ERS regisu-fed f*r 2', centa for p.*statr- ? vacinciei
ilwiyi .ti Bandi torn '- t ?tss.n R e. avlRY. Amen
.an school Bureau, i Wt**. I4ib-st.. B- Y- _
I MERICAN AND I'oi'.EIC-N TEACHERS' AGENCY
A-uiiii- Profess is, Teachers Tatorit oovitrnessea
4.-., to Colleme. Otha li md rimlUea Apply ui
MRS. M. J. TOUNO-BULTOM, IA Union SQuaro. ^
BRO, i-v. xv TEX' HERS' M.i N'i'V fS-inerly Chicsaol
| for I, hool!, ? ll -. fHI.I'i'es.
I HAN-1 RO! KW AX, -in West 23d sl. Bse
: irenta _
C*) oVEP.N E*ss iii h young ialv lately graduated with
g honon. aislii
,,e t..., * i*.?:*;., i . -ii branches of studlea ind 'ho
1* wer i rineh'.'i in I - ' - "xchangeil.
? -e -. ,:* ire of JAB. T. ill KEY, ftoren ?? Mn-*.
Ii \ ? ? ellon i * thc I '?
i ?tU| 10 !.' ? ? *'? -I I i '"' S' **'! H
- I 111 xx ABNER INSTI
IN it III ' . *!"N. Perth An.b >.-.. NJ._
1*1 KACHIN I'o, t ll Iv r* elm.f high -? hool
I i'**:,.- In ?? ..'hit.- ? * Bri
,. pup l traci r. R K . Trlbun" OSIce.
ri., . '-... I . ' ors, 'lea. hers; ail
I l i '.? Eng.
Fret,, ii. Derroan. Spanish *;* ' *n. Ml RIAM ' "'. ?
. :t! i an I7thn - an i '-?? oad
ll' tM. ' SN ENGL1 .11 \ ? I IBl pr,r
> J tehool (U lice'e. Apt.I.V liv lot
*.*,.*! xx ..i -jin ?-,.. mmedlaiely. _ _
sir ANTED. -I t: "pia *"'*:'
>t Mmlcal Companion; Industrial Drawing ind English;
Main :* "?? S, i.: . I reneh Oovern
:.*-,' Or.-lr's.
\, ? ?? x.N*-, EX, ll VN,.*. . EACH! RB'
i .-* ? * ?'_,
\y x:. i 'i I , : ? Instrumental
\S ?| college i ?- ino, normal
pi IHO, enflllH! ... e lll'il*. gOt Tl.' ? ' ? I
tunion!,
Ml i luNOVAN'S TEA, HERS'
HU RE/ ii* _
-ts-t ni, i.n'.ie - Several Oerwan govemeiiee, with
>> .-. i M ithematlci aod i ? gi h
? ? Spanish, -i .hu *-, Cal. HESSE'S
* -,' 111 Rh* KC, I ?-* V. IS E'-l 17th K.
\\* A"*"i'i B \ poaltlon In a t lay Khool. bj
v* a young lady ol soi -i * i '. ? of icich'tti
Ibo i i,_l:-h branches Latin snd hctlnuere in i
refei neel A i*-- M. A., P. 0, ll \ 1,52*. Provldouci
V, 1. _
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE TEACHERS* BUREAU (fol
ii ,,? th sex*'-,; Hipp lei proferaora tcachen. eoyitrnes^i
n 'I- peri. , ? inlons. 4c, lo collage!
trhr-e;, ind rimtllea: a'.etn hectaesmis, nenographeri nu
Copy! I! to btis!t,.-?s firm*.
MRS A 1, CULVER 3C*0 ft'h ive.. New-York City.
?niioccllnneotis.
!,?? AB ROCB vwav er LAWRENOB Wsated a cot- -
1 ' ? ' ?:*' * ? winter I ?. i man sa l ?ife. ?
i ?! rhtllren, ai, i un"\eeptionable refetencea Aa' <',
WINTER Ci
Fi OB BALI Elegini emboaied leather dluTni rai au
i neW. a 14
X IOAIN, Tribune I
1> 0,000 for Boldlei . Baller-, the)
?|.'..,.i ? . r nar,*.,i . PENSIONS INCREASED, In
1 Bo i** ntl .ii, ne fee Latest law parapht
Be ' Pt i'?:, | ni fcRRELL, Aftv. Wseblattoa, D. I
a rt. HE ia i.iii Of IBSS." a marahlsi el *:) lams psm
l ? loree. In full, tog, ? ie
willi the entire free List, md other valuable Tarin lora
nation. Timely ber - tai a, ita. mel) aorree
l-il.e 12 cobla a ropy. Published by "ibo ir.bun,,
Nea York.
Ueligiono Xoticco.
i . . POINTS nm si. OP INDUSTRY. I il Kfortl
lt.. WILLIAM E UAltNAHO. Buperiutcndenl S-rvi*
* * * ? Tta rarma
ll ie ct.ii.11,11 of ita iimtiiuiiui,. Publ
y lu vi led.
BT. IUB itu B CnVBCir BB xv, st |0tk M ta
AR ?' H ' '?'? LIH Hil Le* lar s indira, V t.*.. in |0 ,?
11 a. m., 4 ::io p. ni. ; dalli lay lu a. lu ext,
beats Bea.
i HER' Il TEM PLUS.NiE. SOCIETY sunday nig
* -'. Ann.*x Hal!. I -, Fourth-avi solos fr,
F.llllh int SulHtiii'! " Chorister,?? |,y Mr FRI',
-.?!,'iM !\* K'*'Xif'ti " onwirJ and Uuwmti," by ROBE1
bx.A il A .1.
XB UMmmimw.
-financial.
ND FOB I OPY OF PAMPHLET.
rWELVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE
IN
WESTERN MORTGAGES.
HMWLlHi LOAN & TRUST CO,
IBO BROADWAY, BBWaYBEttk*_
BANKERS ANT) brokers,
Ol BROADWAY. NEW-YORK.
III.KO VD JStfjlK on,
-TOCK-. *"TOt Kr ., _
id 111 other Securltloi that are dealt in on N* wo otk,
in Francisco. Philadelphia or Bolton Exchange*, bought
id sold lor cash or on marrln. ,
Loan! made on Ri il road ani Mining Stock! at .ow
rates of Interest
Tntereit lliowed on deposit*
?itihllibed 1870.) Weekly CIrcurar
i LFBED CARB A CO.,
k. BANKERS AND BROKERS.
80 PlNE-sT. ESTABLISHED 1?73.
Commission orders sollcitol In itocki. bondi md oil.
nek! bought and sold on a margin sf I pr cent In Io's of
1 slare? and uptvsrl rf l-l,, lommlM on : transact a gen?
ii banking business and deal In Inves,ment ssearltlea! 4
r cen, Interest ollowed on deposits subject to check lt
ihi ; commercial paper discounted,_,
>OUGHKEEP8IE BRIDGE. _ ?___,__
1ST MORTGAGE SO YEAR 0 PER CENT
GOLD BONDS
FDR SALE.
ARTI!CR LINOOLN.
_45 Exchange Place.
>R0FITABLE investment for 92.00C, with
or without personal attention. Cash dividend! each
on th. Address_ P. S, Trlbuno^Ofllce._
BANK OF NORTH AMERICA.
New-Yerk, .ino- 28. 1888.
PHE HANK OF NORTH AMERICA bas
l removed io N'o. 35 Wall-it (Mills Building . pend
it the completion of their now bul.ding on Nassau-st.,
irner of Cedar._
OFFICE Of THE
CAMERON IRON AND COAL COMPANY.
No. 6 1-8 Ptne-il., New-York.
Auguit 12. 1888.
PHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THK STOCK
L HOLDERS of Ihe CAMERON* IRON AND COAL
DMPANY for ,he el'ctlon oi .bree,ors to serve for the en
ilng year, and the consldermloii of such other bus BBSS :,s
ey th?n be presented, will be h?ld ai th" oflice of tho
ompany In PHILADELPHIA. Pe*nn , No. Ill South
ih it (Lodger Bundinie. Rooms 7, 8, 'j and 10. on
EDNKSDAY. SEPTEMBER b. 18*W. lt 12 o'clock poon.
Transfer hunks will clow wi,li the FARMERS* LOAM
NI) TRUST COMPANY, transfer agents. New-York. on
ngust 21. and remain closed until ifter the meeting,
oils open from 12 m. to 1 p. ro.
By order of the Board of director*.
WILLIAM B. SHOVE.
_Clerk.
fo CAPITALISTS!
Street Railway First Mortgige Bondi. No better
eeurlty.
Return 6 per eent ind over on the 1nv?itment
Money ilse, wanted to build and equip Electric Street
'.ail wa vi. Write or apply to
CROSSMAN ft QUICK.
72 and 71 Bmidway.
STHFET lt Al LW AY BOND'S ~
,'AYING 0 PER CENT AND OVER. A SPECIALTY.
CROSMAN tr QUICK.
Member! New-York Stock Exchange,
12 and 74 Brordtvay, N. Y.
Bankers anb Crokers.
P. W. GALLAUOET ft CO.,
BAI.KBBS,
COMMERCIAL PAPER. STOCKS AND BONDS.
UNITED BANK BUILDING,
WALL-ST., CU RN ER UROADWAT.
n. FITCH. Jr.. A EW- YO RB.
Member N. Y. block Exchange.
Tainior & Holt,
Bankers,
ll WALL, CORNER NEW STREET,
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. DE?
POSITS RECEIVED AND INTEREST ALLOWED ON
BALANCES. I'.L'Y AND KELL GOVERNMENT,
MUNICIPAL AND RAILROAD SECURITIES.
VERMILYE & CO.,
BA-VKERS,
16 AND 18 NASSAU-ST.,
New-York City.
nenlcn in I nrai t os a nt Beoaritlsi.
Ditnbeni) Notices.
CHICAGO AND EASTERN ll.LINOIS R. Tu CO.
CHICAGO AND INDIANA COAL RAILWAY CO.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
Chicago, August 3, 1888.
A QUARTKRLY DIVJDKM. ot ONE AND
_T\ ONE-HALF PER CENT il l-ll per cent: has thia
dav been declare.! upou the PREFERRED STOCK of each
of the above compsnlcs, psyabie in New-York, september
I, 18: B, to i'??? khold re td ??? . >l an the , lonies ol Um books
Ike trnn-f.*t bock! wUl lee ?'..?m*1 jfi.e-r bu-ine-ets hours
on ..All.'RDA V. Aukuu. !,--. :tt:d iciualli closed until
MONDAY, -hi'H.MIil.l'. 3, 1888.
c. tv. hilliard, Treasurer.
OFFlCE-OF fi IE NEV, Vi'l'.K- ANI, IE'NIH'EAS I*vO.
BAR1U M1NIN0 CO., 847 ind ava Pro luce Exchange,
New-York, August ll 1.8--.
T?HE TRUSTEES have th.s day declared ?
-a- difideud of ita ceil's par Utan aa the capital stack oi
this eoreper.y, pe)able nt tb" New-Yerk Pt.luce Ex
cl.ittige Hank to stockholders .it re. ,*r,| un thc '.'T'h li,stunt.
The Transfer B ,'KS will l.o-i i on the 17,i, Lni*sn1
at A p. m., iud elli lensln ci*.**! tutti the -js-j, inatam,
S. JA' OBY.
_ Tren urar.
OFFICE OP THE Oil ItlCAN ' OAL ? "MEANY.
BO. 1 BBOADW W BOOM EV.'.
Kew-York tuswsl e. 1888
'?pur. Board of Directors of the American
_L Cos] Compsny of Allegeny County, Mirylsud, hut-*
this dst declsi l ., ?* i . annual dhiioid ot three p.*- cen
upon ins ospttsl Kock ot the company, payable at titi
i,iii" on Mondiy. laen*-':,leer 10. 1S88.
The traaMei bonks will is* eloeed en August ai, ar :
. p, ti,., and ic, pelee.d on Vn" ne.riling of Beptembe
II. i.-i_e.
cfo. m. BOWLBT, B, nettly.
TUE ST. PACE. iTiNNKAi-OLIS AND MANITOBA
BAILWAY ' OMPANY,
40 AND ._ WALL-ST.,
rpHE BOARD of Directors bave declared thi
1 usu_l n'lli'.i-iiy ind oie-balf p'-r cen
on thf. Capital bli Company, payable ;it thi
etiii., Attgust 1. lt is. io itock-to-den of reeanl on ths
date.
Tho mock trxnsfer to M will be do_-d at 2 j> BL, Jul
IS. aul st i-l ne ISOMted _t U a. m., Angus' 17, 1888.
El,WARU T. v- i'll' 'E's
v leatarn *-, .rem ry.
TTMTK1) STATES EXPRESS COMPANY.
\J l REA.-ERE,I'S OFFICE
82 Broadway, New-York, July 2b, 18.8.
U2TH Dividend.
The transfe- books ..f thia Compsny win be clossd Ai
gmt 1 at 3 p. m. ai,'l reopened Augun 10.
Til Ed. F Wool), Treasurer.
PropoG-tlo.
AQUEDUCT COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE
No. 880 Broadwi
?fork, au^us'. t. i_'.*5.
Room 209, Stewart Bulldiua Ne,, uni Rruadttay,
Ne?*-Y
T^O CONTRACTORS
BIDS ".- PRO POB ALB for BunlshtMl uni n.anufactu
ins, uttlna, placing, -vc. len 48-inch itop-tock talvei ai
lei ii lim one iie.ii.ee. .,._ i3Sth-i| ind Convent-lvi
en - n lo. an-l feeiit 48-lnck Mop coek tal,,**, ai. 1 1-1*4
lng '..1 be u-'d m Shaft No. ?_*. un section 12, aud ons 4
Inch ?'..*p .-.ie k valyi iud geering 1 u ? t it ike Be
v.tin 11 oum 00 Section 1 ot th- New Aqueduct ss can
for in tin sppreved tormi * ' * 1 *ue incattoni .
(lin In the Ortlca ol ibo Aqueduct I'oitilnls-i.uiiTi. will
rerr-ived at thin o0lc? int.. tv- Ineaday, Auguat 82, 1-,
?jt 2 ,,'c'ock p. m., ai ,ti,.,-ii till '* ;,;, 1 hour they win
publicly opened 1 r the Vqueduel 1 ommtaslonera, and t
??nri ol the '.reel foi etd wo k ind furnishing -.1
material ttiii bo mads by i-oid Coraraiiitoneri .is s-,
thereafter m poMlble.
lt mi forr - ?*' n'1 kopte-rsd e?nt rael .., i the ?peci
cations therefor, snd Mts or pro|io__ji :?.i pr, per <?
yeloj^s for t'.ielr tl.mire inf foi ni of bondi and al
tho wini for 'a.'! ?. rk, snd ail other Informen n, ean
obtained st the abovr offlee e.f tho Aqueduct Como
?loners or? ipptlcitlon to th, Beeretary.
nv .,-1., ,.r tho 1'inMiH'i Commtislonera,
JOHN 1' Still M VN. JAMEs, C. DEANE.
B, * ttry. 1-ealdent
(European ^OueutaemtntB.
BBATXrUlf-COMBO-Kri-fBb
EPPjB'S COCOA,
BREAK FAST.??? By a Ibu I) !|k anowiedg! ol
natural lawi winch govern Oe- oporauoni ,,t j.g.si oo 1
nutrition, ind 1 ?. .1 ? irsfnl me-** eal on ol thu Rev proper,
of well-t?l.ci,-,i loton. Mr. Epp* n_, provided nut bri
fist tabloi willi i? delicately Ui*H"ieU betci.ta? wiilclt 11
?iva ut miiiy bewj dei I.., 1' bin- u is 11 tho juilicn
uio of such arti-b. nf d'et xh*i .1 euQitituilOB n.ay
Sradu!iiy bulli up m.'il 1 irani mvufh io n-si?i svsrj I
cn^y Lb dis* we- llundreils nf ?,iLil_ niii'tdecs aro lina;
ar.'.iud 111 ready to _t'_cli nlrret,r llient li 11 weis |n,|
We uar Milpa in.tii) 4 futii! shif. by keepUiS nuiicl
well fortllled with pin, bl,.ni m.it a properly nourlll
tarara" < Ittl s.'t.:,-u 1:alette.
Mids simply wit', bellina Wama or milk. S<ild only
Ithir pound lin* bv ,its,cere, labelled Ibu-: "I, il
._ Ci.. llo!i?iis**thi,* 1 *.. mui. London Englini."
iilusital in?_tvumfnt5.
1 FISCHER PIANOS, renowned for tone md !tindl
in tum. M?iiiif?*-t..rlei md itoreroums, 421 to
Wen 28lkit., ind 807 llroadwiy. 18th it. iDltn
Bu-lHn}. 1'iiuoi enchiuesed, rented, or laiuimeuu
JL.nsit.c53 Chances
EXCEPTIONAL Of'F.NIXO-a" m^Sr
Wurer tlnn.rr* a partner with *:._..* "e ?,, ru.,,.., ____
et for I rii'i.dlr ilici't-isiiig 'ul.. ALEX AN l>K? **kx
ox 1.4BB, S. V. "*>'?*.
CAN' lni.v ;i htisinoss for 84.000VhicTaS
i.iv eooo monthly profit. A min of it."- ;.g~i?. '*
dilly wanl-I ?, ink * . ,,..,,,._*
UNITY, J ni.on- , p*o- ie ,,-!i .." *"?*??
DO DRESS GOODS AND FAXC. i L \XNnj
* MANUFACTURI lift tn j ? ? -,,roaa__,
!, ttl'li he Ui/- ,,*?)-. nnd Davine lt
ith Imported gooda, uri*,.'-, tn ri :? wini un i
ill eniin-ly ..- for pan. ot ptoSot ' ?
ish tare* days after deliveries. Addrora i AN' i uj
.biine Office,
ielp tt)aiit.&.
I BEBTB wanted.-Tu w!l campaign beige* ___
V nov, ties. s.., 1 ate r*,- Mmplec
EYSTONE BADGE CO., i' *'. Bex 1.1*2, Phi le, BHB>
*? AMI'AIGN Et. 1 Ii-'li ' '? by tie
> large t manufi ni . hourn ef <ao,puign e ad* 1.1 tke
ni'" ii-. rei New-York City, Br... km,, and tra
tetei of Sen Jr- ?,- tiri I Only Dione haviag
iilu-nee, witb elubi net lapp r. t -i lr ?-?? 1 ii'-'. SKA ION.
ttl fil-AILN EQUIPM1 NT Ml ti. Cn . ,,AJ lr ,lm,j.
BT ANTI ii x-i American bey sboet 11 y-irs of ??,
IT with s'l.e knowledge of ma, tuuery. M.. Bes itt,
'rttraaa onice.
it'ANi'i D.?Minager f'.r m. ? *? ?-.*. '??"??
i? drygoodi hotue, western New-Yerk. Addia* witt
cfereme, v.. i, ic, Tribes! * _ m
LET ANTED.?Honest, energetle man to tako orden for
tr .ni oil. reliable nura ;v. To tb? ricki nun good wik-i
nd expeiisea paid. I , NU BRI LL t CO.. Hartford.
eillll. _ _
it'ANTED - Milliner to go to Sherrin. Tetai~lke
Tl mutt b,- Brst-elSML and gnow how Vu take ciurgo ot
hit d'-partm'-tit; millie age I?dv preferred; good wage!
nd permanent emploi ment va a:iv o:..- wbe cm (HI the
?ince; reference reaulred. Apply at H. BPINGABtf.
tOb Broadway.
ttj ANTED- Young man U*ed to Ant-ciaM retail wi.-,.
Il paper trastaeei twiih lome knowledge of n?i ana.
aste In upholstery decoration! snd rureltera preferred, 'o
ie..p stock und a?slet In telling ; po-i'lon iierminent tr,,
.dvunceinent certain lo the right party. Apply by lerer
n v. ititi K lt.liv ezj ? leuce .1,! '
dcHUGH & CO-, I we-- 42d
It'K WIMI TO EMPl.oV ;, few ia!e,m.-i7on salary >o
lr nell our goods by temple to th,- ehelerate ind retail
rade of all th>- li-aeflug '-ines and towns.. Wi are tha
argent manufiCureri of our line In the country. S?n4
ents In etamps for full portleelaro.
.wered. CEN Tl
nd silnry elpect. d. JOSEPH
No poitsli in
ups for tull icir'lcilira No pow
NN1AL MFG., cincinnati. Ohio.
Situations DDanttD?iflalea.
t? OA'TIM AN.?liv 1 * on 1.nt Dist,: undethtands hil
< builnen m.iii "ii bli reference will certify; *.iy aa
c.untrv. Address JAMI'S FOX, ca:e of Jud^e l.ie-u.
|> UTLER. VALET or WAITER (Private -By Fngll?h?
lilian, with ooo'i esperience and ebaneter; weela u..e
1 Job In the couniry for 1 or 2 months. A. COOK, 043
;th-avi.*.__--_____????_??--__--??__
COACHMAN ani OR'ioM?By ? competent man; thor?
oughly understands the care of Ina bernes, harness ,_*
nrrtsgss; careful city driver and goo* _-**..en. 7 yean?
satisfactory reference "from ono family; striciy temperate;
itllllng and obliging i city or country. CHI or address
J. Q., _3,i W*st 5_th-st._
COACHMAN and GROOM.?By I -Ingle man ; thoromh'.f
ci pa hie and tsfll'lerit, 9 yearn' city reference from ona
familyi Into employer going abroad, lum disengaged; eliy
ur eouiitr). , j.. e".i al Ire-* t. h., ,',4 4,hate._
Cl OACHMAN-?Bj _ rdrnglt n mi i Brstelsss; thorouirhly
' iiiiier?tand? uu duties m all respects; fully eepabfe
of taking diarge <.f sen tlernan'i oatabllabmeat; lUlcilfj
teraperete; beal of reference!, written or pernuna!; city
or country. Add re ie james, lo E__t 3ist.st._
C'OACHMAN and GROOM.?By a reepeettblS single
' man; good habits; thoroughly uud. intends hil bust,
nen; guted driver; will be found eeBpettnl In Seen ro.
neel; timing ai.d obliging; ezcelleni rafereeeesi las, eta.
piovei eau in- raes; city or eountrr. Adire-s john.
Roi 37S, Tribune Uptown OIB'e. Vi.iS Broadway._
COACHMAN sod GROO.M.-By a respectable","iingla
man; understands keenly the pioper rare of fiat
boreea and Baa bernese; gned eily "r eountry driver; gao*
milker: industrious, willing and obliging; Rood refer.
em-en from foim.r and la'e employers, Cell or address
C. W.- b? 110 Bridge-el, Brooklyn._
COACHMAN, 8B0OM and UBI FILM AN.-By i tem
pente >oui,g mau; thoroughly underatandi 'h. cute
and han liing of horse, earrtage! and ha mail; ian do uen?
eral work ..lion; gentleman'! piae- aol ,:nid of work (
good reference. Adli'--s BO BEE, Ttl!,uiiu L'ptown Offlce,
* i:.< Broedwsy.
undeiHtands hil
nr
iriiBp
'I-nelly, N. J
C'OACilMAN.?By tingle min: Bist-claes; ci*y or com.
- irv: belt of refereu Ali: tra J. I., Tribune Lp?
* lb e, 1 '-'i's Bi lad ?* iv.
C'".vi UM AN.-liv ;i married man; twaniy years' raters
, vr :. u years la
i.i-- place; gem loman caa le* ieee at any i.me. 1'i.caie
el li*--''? \* HM iN, ti Eaa, ?'-* _ _?_?
t"OACHMAN.?By experienced man; married, trat na
' filmi -.*. ,-ts i.r- ?'*-- coach] sn; beit reference! r.otn
last employers. Call or alir**-* T. M., eera <f T. u.
Brewstor t Co., 1.M--'. ani ?-.. i _
COACHMAN, GABDENEB sa. FARME.R.-By aa
F.ngllshman, aire forty; eapsbte in **"? > branch;
i-i'i-iu*. driver: undgrstsndi gardening well
? st fanning; capital bend with fsney stock an*!
Jeney cattle; best reference. At OARi'ENTLB'8 KM
ii: h av>\ ^^ _ _____
Coachman.?T?'i jreera' reference; ??!'. acquaint, t
In city :,'-l understand! thu care of homei and car<
Iddreaa or ea I Ft T., 23 w.-t 13th-et.
Ci " VCHM SN By a Or?t-claM man who .n. nundi hie
- bustneie lu every respect ; well ? four
In-hand and tandem : 7 t l
A'ilii-*. W. 1,. Tribune Uptown Ofttce, l.__4
ll isdwsy._
Ci VRDE.NER-?By a mille., , an. no chIN
adrea, on n gentleman's plaoe; thoroughly undentand!
lim cara of fruit*, ll-iw.rs. Be.; ls ?nr-tr-elaw \-.-?'table
grower; be-t reference!. Adiress J. M , 47 Cbrlitopber*
-.. Orango V.-,ll,-y. N. J._
(' Ai-.dENER.-By a married n,? ?!-hou- children":
I-now- thoroughly all k,i"t? o' g lenlng a-id fur-ung;
wife. If required, can als., b- el P :. \ :.:?-- M 219
New-York. _
MACHINIST.-Rt- a flrst-cliaa maehlnlM. plp.-iiti.-r irvt
nglne r, also general repair rf ill gindi of n,.i-hinerc,
ttatits iteadj * tlllei v ; ti :.\
iiiu engine, or u.ake* n,T-,*lf L-e*ii".!ev useful when n<.|
repalrlug; city or c oatry, Allr-s j. w., i
-
Sitnations tUantc!.?ivmiil-S.
-A.-A.-A
MKS. Ia. SEE LY.
{formerly MlM L Campbell),
-3 WEST 22D ST..
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MALE AND FEMALK
BM-PI-OTMEMI BUREAU
All reference! itrietly iDveiilgated aol on file tor
tnipeetlon.
Servant! disappointing (__nillei will be excluded
bum my ,-i. ?.
N. B.-NOI CONNECTED WITH ANY OTUEB
OFFICE
63 WEST 22D ST
4 DVERTISI Ml BTB EO!*. THE NEW-TO BB TIUB
lo. ENE V.I EL BE KE El\ Ed Al THE UPTOWN
rati
Ttv.iitv ?
un-ii'ES, No. I.28S Broadway
ui il '., p. m. ; *.>.-io Broadway, b-t
Twenty-third ita, until 8 j . 270 Weat fi,
lt., toner Elghtti-sve , 162 S xth-sve.; 1>H Foi th-avo.,
coiner Fomu-enth st.; iou Tim lat*.?. cora - ??
eiith-iU : 1,007 Third it. , near I
i>\ ? , luo Wt it K N l sixty.
tnd the H till.EM iiEi ICE,
m "I....I,,, it, l-and-twunty-llfth-sb, up to -j p. m.
I
4 RESPECTABLE ? min w.tl.l Uki ? < ... I
- 1 -,'. ti, b- r . un h*,u- ? ; i ? .
ti,-- bo"* . , .. a. ? .'.-. -* . t Aunt
trent, i
.K, V- \ -,11 El", ml!
' -is ? , i
, ' ipi ... I
erence; - , or country. " Flesra cell l,ui7
-
C""i< ind LAUNI ? - * i
* - - : * ?
who would Uko nu ? us or ),,.-, *.n >msll family;
, ny or * ** ni rj Mn
(i 'nile By a yt
?
liunl
. and butler
nu oi mumu vm ihe ts ii.M.MN'
t-2 3d-ave., near 83.1-M. _
C< ? " 'IC- By si I young Fieuch e I
li hei bunine*! In all
-
i
le,* -.ell al 1)0- le'. ? * .
. J\ii;livs.
C? HAMBERMAID ind WAITRESS -Ry a P I
girl; : '? r ince; exccllei i lld snd wi ? j
ls nret-claie laundn - ?' milk an*
ieu-te'r: country only; w , ? ? moderate. AMERICAN
'. RAINING si BOOL, t-_ o'. SVI . i
Ci**:;, LAI NI BEBB CIIAMBEBMAID will".:' IB ?
lit . .billi lng ti.ii-; , rn- Ht -' t
i ok .ml loci.-lreas oil, i competent cbamhermild i i
aaHreea; would Uk ?
or couniiy; uxt len ku:rentes-, i ali n_ Weet 2M-i i
i . ?
C, .e.'IC ii', 1" EVENER, ?--s 'ot H"l *> VVl.H
* i. ,. (..e, m young girl; ref ercuce*; city ol cunny.
. i'.l Gili eve., n*ar 42 I -'.
Ctl"'K ?V % . -:*? ~& '
I. un walbing; mj or toual renee. _id
*ilh-?\e _p
.,1 sEKI I Pl ll a**-*.' ; i -
?xpi-rl ii ?yeti h..iti.'. - -?
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