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WITH WINDING OF HORNS.
COACHLOADS OF VISITORS COME GAYLY TO THE FAIR. CROWl.s AT WMtTB PLAINS WATCH THE HIGH ?TAPPIN- HORSES IN RACKS AMD IN Tin: SHOM BOMB OB Tin: PR-UEI AI.KCAl'Y AWARDED. The fifth day Ol th- Westchester Fair opened with th- usiiui l-l-'iir.-!v attendance In the morn ine. Ti.. lora devote themaelvea k- nt rrally to the milder attracttona of the fancy work exhibit*. ..r the section sacred to tho floe ;ifts as <-xp lim I- l by the run! guardsmen ol thc bruah, with a visit occasionally to the Metropolitan Res? taurant mil fr.-nu. nt squandering: ol 'limes and nickels .it the popcorn bootha If they stMii-i rather in aw-- ,.f the yello**, badged policemen, it is not bscause tb. sre burdened with unnecessary ln forrriatlon. niue tuts have begun lo appear every Bhcre, in fr.mt ol thc cow* and pigs or attached to thc corners <>f crasy ijtiiits ami other decorative \ r a V sum] I - progeny sol secon i In i Cs_sa ? ir hackney stallion. ON" THK WAY Td THK GRANDSTAND. f-brlca. in thc office in the Floral Building thc fa .- gre busy preparing the Baal lists ol swarda They look well disposed enough to have decided thi: evi ry exhibitor deserved some kind of prize. Tv.-liv t'->- expect t. have thc list* ready. With the arrival of thc afternoon trains yes? terday thc crowds grew larger, nnd thc erics of thc aide-how people wera energetic and hopeful. Thc rumble of the frequent coach was beard along the roads Thc "smart Bet" waa perhaps not bo mimer..u* aa heretofore, bul later, when thc weather took bach i's not loo gentle hints of bleakness and cyclones, abundant sunshine made the scene m..rc attractive than eyer. Tba police continued their vigilance In ferreting out would-be fakirs, and told you with a bil of ostentation how some "shcllinen" had been run off th- grounds and lodged in lbs White Plains lockup. Another story was of a darlni: thief wh.. had snatched a roll of bills from an old gentleman about very property to pay for his tlek.-t to the racea A righteous ero* l gare chase, and thc pickpocket was taken to com? pare notes with the abel?nen. Hut all this did not prevent a certain whirBng red and black machins from Oourtsh-tg visibly behind the grandatand. One venturous damosel from thc coaches looked on w.th ber escort, and then put a Quarter on thc Mack, "just for the fun of Ihe thing, you know, aa one docs at Monte curl-.." The bystanders stared at her in bucolic amusement Perhaps they envied her rope lied winnings. Tlc- bone show stalls were BBed with a long row of coacbea brakes and drays. BS. C. Hoyt _rove over on Thunda) from Stamford, Conn., with a party, and weni luck his: night, tithers by thia time may bi fairly reckoned aa dally vis? itors. Mr and Mrs. T. A. Maitland were lhere, Wltn s party. Another party, including; Th..mas Dimond, Mr. and Mr.-, Cortland K Hastings and M.--: Bq lera, drove from Harrison. Mr-. P P. Lewis's party drove from Tarrytown. Miss Helen Benedict s ?- arrived Just as the h..rs show wi- beginning Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Gould had s coach full and will..nu Brewster added his share lo *:.e throng. Th- nces and the boase show were carried on sinai!- For tye former the entries were num.: i. so tinmen .us thal it was with difficulty they all succeeded In starting. Once started, however, they?eolved all further problems by stretching out into Indian fl!-. Long after the ?winner had eros* ul th.- lin- the r- st were returning one after anotber to ttie Judges' stand. The final results wi re as f .Hoars: I:t5 rda** Won by Les Flood's Edgeltght; i;m?, 2:.a. secon I, Harlem Valley Stock Farm's Little Ms k; third, C, Weeds's Bob 133 class Won by J..hu Daly's Edith F.; time, 2:""1-: se "nd. Brown Broa'a Bradford; third, J. w. Hen Mai Nelson. In th- horse show prir.es w-rc swarded Kr.ar!.ff uni 11? ? xi-.ii larine for lint and second In the bes! hauling contests for fsrm teams, anl n thc re? verse order for ploughing teams ?; W Campbell's Minnie g : Ural prise In the class for mites between three and four years, with W. H. Tailer's Avellna m ? The two year- ld fillies were judged: W B. Dlckerman's Portrait Ant, and .1 ?'. I?? La Venue's Linds R se sec nd. For t pair roadmen, -ith.-r h. x. .1. Dickman Brown carried "ff first with carrie M. snd Sepia; W. II. Tailer's Will Florence and Chane- wen second. To Preac tt Lawnnce's su? per!" black stallion Fashion, with three of hil get, w.-r- swarded a tirst. and George Green's Rufus .-. I In the same 'lass, in mare or gelding, over 15.2 banda, th- order wis. Dickman Brown's Dari' and <; lt. Hulme's Bu per bs. The beal pair of hors-- suitable for a woman (class M) was adjudged ' to be Louis Si.-rn's Hermit and Chester; second. '? Miss Bene I - Pu k and Parla, For high stepper* under fifteen han ls. K M. Fulton, Ir's. Magpie was the lucky one, w::h Mrs. Marion story's Imp, Lady Kisi..ii i Ki.-h.ir i F. Carman took the prize for beat tandem driving, and there was a lie f..r second between Mrs. Thomas Maitland uni charl.-s B. Bates, Jr. Mrs. Maitland knock-1 down m.ire posts, but also took more difficult turns than Mr. lUti-s The beal "ginKc- depot rig" was voted to he W lt H Mar? tin's, because his wis the only vehic> competing that hal ,i place for luggage, For a park team and coach Thomas A, Msltlsn Ps was the only entry. The jumping class went : i Mr. Harrtman'a Hungry Jim. ridden by lt ben Potter, and second to the chestnut gelding Westchester, ol the Weal hester Hunt Club, The -;?? ts tors mostly stayed for the excltemeni ol the jumps, and lt was aft?r dusk ?when th- h.rn o! th- last departing each sent its echoes over thc hills. IX COACH KS. TANDEMS AND CARRIAGES. MANY IK' PLB AT MIX-OLA, I. I BATISTAC TI.'N WITH THK BACIXQ BOMB WIN BBBS OB Tm: . ? .\tksts There was another large attendance at the annual fair of the (Jueens CO?nt] Agricultural Society Bl Mm. ii. I. I . yesterday Tbs social element of the island wa* largely npresented, snd tally-ho coaches, landents and can ian- parties wan aumerVu. The racing b far mor- BSttSfactOt*) ihi>n usual, In thc opinion of th- members, 'Jus year, due to the ruling of M. Courtney Jenkena of Baltimore, who has acted as starting judge at th.- meeting it i- tba first tim,- that a prole?Banal starter has been at the fairs of this association, and it has proved an adv,iii m the right direction. To-day will be th. last of the fair, and another Mg crowd ls expected. The racing yesterday w .s good. Frederics Bur gis's team, Bi mi bridge an I Little sport, trotted against ti . track record ol 131 for a purs- of MOO. They beal tbs record In the iirst beat, making the mlle without a ski;, in 2::iP-4. For foals of un, Charl-s Wolf, of Bes Cliff, received first prize for his colt Minni- W . II M Willis, of Baal Willis:.rn getting set.,nd pr:zc for his colt Decoration, The bicycle nee, In half-mile heats, was won by G. W. Miller, of Baldwins, L 1 ; Thomas Kelly, of tbe Hampstead Blcycls Club was second HE ls WARTED IB KBTBBAL CITIES. RicharJ I .avis, a forger who is wanted In Cin? cinnati, was arrest, d at K.Tty-.st venth-st. and Flfth-.iv-. on Thursday night i>y Deteetlres Bran. hoe and Vallely, of Inspector McLaughUn'a staff. He was arraigned in thc Tombs Police court yester? day morning nd nmanded until to-day. On May .'. Inspect i McLatlgl iln received a com? munication from chief of Police lieutsch, of Cincinnati, Btatlag th;it a nun named James Camp had presented huns,-if to the pay inn t-?ller of the National Lafayette Hank, Of that city, on April 2*. with a check for |1.2un, pur? porting to he Signed hy A. Senior & Son, a Cincin? nati firm. The chick was payable to .lames Camp. and identification was waived hy the firm's tadOTSS ment on tba hack of the check. The money was paid, and then the check was found to be worthless. The Cincinnati police forwarded Camp's descrip? tion, and Inspector McLaughlin sent on the picture* tn the Hogues' Gallery which answered thia descrip? tion. The picture of Davis was readily identified as that of Camp. The detectives then searched this city for him. and found him on Thursday night. R? will bc taken back to Cincinnati. He ls also wanted in Detroit and other cities. Davis is an ex-convict. He was arrested In thia cltv November _5. 1883. for forging a check for MOO, drawn on Marris _ Co. Tbe complaint was made by Howes A Co.. of Wall st. He pleaded guilty in General Sessions, md was sentenced to sis years In State Prison. Hts term aspired on February '-?. 1*88. The prisoner ts a Clever forger. A confederate named "Bob" Row ?man waa arreatcd In Atlantic, Iowa, on April M. lot aalslns a draft from IK to IL60Q. A HEW ORDER OF EPISCOPAL MOSES. IT WILL HE IBSllTUlBD TO-DAY HY BIBMOB POT TK.H. WHBB BUBBKLL WHITOOMB, THE rOt'WDER, WILL TAKE THE VOWS, A new celibate order of lawmen in the Protestant Episcopal Church trill bc Instituted to-day at St. Chrysostom's chap-!, at Sev.-nth-ave. and Thlrty seventb St, by Bishop potter. Thc order will be called the Community Of the Brothers of the Church and has been founded by Russell Whitcomb, re? cently a student in th- General Theological Semi? nary, with tbs approval of Ihe Iflshop and the clergy. The peculiar sarvtce, known as the "Berrica for the profession of a brother," trill begin at ll O'Clock this morning, when Mr. Whitcomb will take the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience and will become Brother Hugh, the head ai the new community Of monastic laymen. Work among the I"?ir will b- the main pUTpOSS In the life of the Brothen of the Church. Their work will Im- larg.-ly atnotig thc Children la tbe Sunday schools and in their homes. Work among the chil? dren wl'.l be supplemented by a system?tlc attempt to elevate the character of the young mes in the dis? trict by mens of readlng-rooma, lectures, enter? tainments miii roligloua mesttnga The house of the new community is Situated St N >? WI West Thlrty-tlfth-st. The basement trill be used for the kitchen and dining-room, the latter apartment being turned into a night school for boys. The parlor Boor win be devoted t-> the purposes of a reading* room and hall for entertainments. On tba floor :il".ve tba library and private Chapel Of thc isimmu lilly are situated. In the chapel, which ls a small rear room, the daily communion wl'.l ba celebrated. The ttiird floor has boen cut up into six tiny sleep? ing rooms for the us.- of the members of the order. The Brothen ol the Church trill bs distinguished hy a plain habit, consisting of a long brown cassock, with a black cross on the breast, and bound al the waist with a black girdle. For the street, the COS tums trill be of ih* same brown material, only the cassock will he much sh..rt-r. reaching to the knees, in order :?> make the garb less conspicuous Over the cassock an overcoat, with a cross embroidered In black on the righi arm, will be w irn. According I ? the rules of thc order, tbs postulant takes the vows for live yens, to be renewed each succeeding year. The manner of lit- In the community will lie of sufllclent severity and austerity to meei the re? quirements, and the food will be of the simplest kind, Hus-, ,1 Whitcomb, the founder of the order, waa born in Boston twenty-nine yean ic .. and was a member of the Church ot the Advent, In that city. Later he w?-nt to Oxford University, Rng'.and, and return- 1 to Amer.ca :?. : ike up th- Study Ol .aw In the office of his uncle, hui waa forced lo give up h!* legal studlea on account of trouble with his eyes He then rot?rned :?? Boston and engaged in business, but the d.-sire 10 devote himself ;,, -he work ol tht chur.-h led him t" enter the Qeneml Theological Seminar) t" flt himself t..r th- ministry. Becoming convinced, however, that he could accomplish mon good .is a layman, he decided lo establish the com? munity of the Hi..th.-rs of th- Church. Th- Brother* of the church is the second monastic order of lay? men attached to th. Episcopal communion, the other being the i >r l.-r of the Brothers of Nasaroth, which was founded in 1SS6. -m ? - /?/T/.s-OV .sT.V'M I" COMMITTEE MEETS. The Prison Sunday Committee of the Prison As* soclatkM of New-Tork mel In thc library of the association. N... IM Bast Flfteenth-L, yesterday afternoon. Tho Rev. Arthur Brooke, the chairman of the committee, presided. Among thoae present wen tbs Rev. Dr. J. M. Buckley, of Tba Chris* Man Advocate"; tho Rev. ur. HunMngtoa, of ?race Church, and Professor Charlton T. Lewis Tbs president of the asaoclatton, Professor Lewis, and ttie correapondlng secretary each made a State? ment Of th- special n.-eds In the prison reform movement. The last Sunday in October was died upon sa "Cns..n Sunday." This ls In accordance with custom, and th- d'lt- decided upon by the Nation,ii Prison Association of th- I'ni ted Statea. h. vie* ..: tin- pru.-ii.-al abolition of lalw.r in prisons, as contemplated In the amendment to tho Constitution, th- >iay is of unusual Important** in this Stat- The Prison Association offers to fur? nish Information on all prison matten, anl prof? fers th- use of its library to clergymen wh>> de? sire to make special pnparatton for rrison sun? da v. - -? .4 coupon a tidx CBABOBD to a rum Application was made yesterday to Justice Law? rance, of th- Buprome Court, for th- voluntary dissolution of the Jennings Lace Woiks corpon tion. whoso offices ar.- iii No. TT Qrecne-at.. thia city. Witta a factory at Hark av. and Hall st, Brooklyn, because tv.- eompanj sold Ita emin plant and assets shout August i to Abraham Q. and Alb-rt <;. .i-t.nings, who continua th- business bj ;i linn under tb- same s;\'.., th- .Li.nings La - w,,rks. They virtually owned Ihe company, which waa formed in UttS, with .. - * i ?* * I -i,,, k ..f |K?V i... .iii ,,f which except S3 ?? wai owned by the Jennings fannie The company succeeded A ll Jennings A.- Sons, and th- business his now re? turned to th- linn ai-nln. an I th- application for a dissolution of tl,- corporation :* merely a formal bgal nutter Albert il Jennlng* ls engaged t" marry a daughter of John !? Commins, the well known . outr,i tor ai. 1 politician. OBlBWtAL BrOU AT AVOTIOB. Th- auction s.ii- of the products of th<> oriental w.-aver's art. at No 1,180 Broadway, attracted a large crowd jresterdsy. Then -ir- two sales a .lay. beginning ai M :'" a. m. and nt I p m. The prices realised continue to be low The sal- is per emptory, and everything offered is sold to the high? est bidder. Th- gun "f th- sale la tba Kermanshal carpet, which win probably cause some lively bid? ding when lt la offend for sale. Th- well known ait salesman, Bamuel Bernhelm, ls conducting the sal- of th- lugs .ih. 1 carpets. The) are all a part of Hu- A leon collection, and conalat of rugs and carpets mn most of th- famous looms of ih orient. The sal- will continue until th- collection is disposed of. .-?-__ ail. PA1XT1BOB VBDBB Till: BABBBB The second and final day's sale of the ol! paint? ings from th- collections "f h. i,. patterson nf Brooklyn, and <;. M. Wilcox, "f this city, took pla-- yesterday afternoon at th<- silo Art Qallertea, No. 4.1 Liberty-st. The crowd was. larger than on th- opening .lay, and the prices were considerably better. Th.- faclBttes Offered for th- display and sale of choice paintings at the Silo Galleries ure ex? cellent. About fifty paintings wera sold yesterday, comprising among th-m the works of a number of well-known artists. Some of the works sold were: "Scene in Venice." Warren Shepherd; "Landscape and Cattle," Emil A. Prins: "Visit io the Prophet " R. Krnst. Carls; "Old .Mush lan,'- attributed to Knaus. I Missel.lorf; "Winter In Norway," J. Stade man, Antwerp: "Near Blair Athol," by william Hart; "Kitchen Interior." unknown, and "Inno? cence," attributed to Qreuse. PLA XS FOH A SEW BBOIMBBTAl A HMO fir. The Armory H.,ard has advertise.) f,,r bids for the construction of the proposed new armory for the 9th Regiment Tba bids win i.pened in th- Mayor's office at noon on October io, and ns soon ta tli- contract ls awarded th- successful bidder win be ordered t" start w .rk. Thc cornerstone win. it is expected. be laid before tbe end "f tba year. Th- r-giment's new armory will be bulli on a sKe th- easterly sid- of which extends to within ir, lee t .f th- west sid- of Six th-a v.-. It will run from Fourteenth-s:. to Plfteenth-st It will ba BbOUl MO feet squire, built* after lh? design fur? nished by Cable a -argent, architects, and will cost In the neighborhood of PM.QQB, This ls exclu? sive of the coat of the ground, most nf which ls Owned by th- city. Th- cs' of th- building will h- Inctvaaed about 08,008 by a recent act of the Leglslaturt which declares that ail stone used on public building* in th- State shall ba cul and dressed on the ground. Formerly Hi- granlt- used in tn- construction ?,( armories was .Ires... .1 ,lt ,j?. quarries. The wages paid i. stonecutters out s: la of the city ar- much lower than the wages paid in tbs city. - ? IT MAY HE A BVBDBB. Anothei member of th- Twenty-flfth-st. gang, whioli assaulted Policeman Bischoff on Thursday afternoon, waa brought into th.- Jaffa noa Market Police Court yesterday morning hy officer Mccon? ville, of the Slxte, nth Precinct The prisoner was John Cleary, of No. Ml Wert Tw. nty-slxth-st. Me tras Siraatod f.r assaulting Charles Sands, of No. 5.11 Wast Twcnty-slxth-.st.. with a ha leal lek Ha was remanded until to-morrow. The assault oc curr-d !:ist WadntSdsy evening. Sands was taken hom-, when h- was attended bv I)r. Reich of No 311 West Twenty-thlrd-st Iir. Helch. reported yesterday that Sands waa In a dang.rous condition. He Med from the noss ayes Snd ears. Last night he was expected to dis at any moment. The Coroner was called to the New-York Hos? pital late yesterday afternoon to take Sands's ante mortem statement. PCT IS A RECEIVER'S hasps. The American Ttaktng Powder Company, of No. 283 Washlngton-st., has become Inso.vent. and Amos H. Brewster wa* yesterday appointed receiver for the concern hy Judge McAdam, of the Superior Court. The liabilities are |-.rA; nominal asset/t, BB,BB>i actual assets. 113,000. The company had been In business since is?, and waa Incorporated in that year with a capital of I10/O0. The (.Ulcers are Ed? ward A. Powers, president, and Willam E. irving, secretary. They, together with George H. Russ, of Scranton, Penn., and Phoebe II. Hrew?ter are the on.y atockholders. There are about 15u cr*ditora scattered all over the" Cnlted States. Among the creditors are: A. H. Brewster. I7.52&; P. U. Brewster. I&.8X0, Chatham National Bank, 13,000; Oansevort Hank. 12.000; F. P. Gordon. 13.000; Pennsylvania 8a!t Manufacturing Company, Phl'.sde'.phla. ILL46; Third National Bank, of Scranton, Penn.. MOO; .Provident ChmxnicMl Works, 81, Loula. |77_ HOME NEWS. CLOSISH PRICES OF SAX WBAKCtiCO STOCKS Kai. Kranrla.a tmnardity To-dsi Alt* .W Belcher .ss Iles! a Iteb-Iier. .1.1)1 H--lie Oaasol.US Bulwer .1.1 Chnllnr .A3 C"n Cal * Va. ..*.?) Crown point .la) Oould II Curry.. . HO Mule A N'.rcrosa. .78 Zl M.xl.-nn ('?' Mon . . 1.7(i'< ipi.ii Itt Pot .si . .10 Suvan ... Sierra ? ? ? t'nlon .1).*. Ital. ... Yellow 7fl Sept miler 2s, I SIM. lay. Nevil ('ona, ...1 BimOPMAM PIIOIM'CK MAHKKTS I.lv-rjxx.1, ftmt 2H. .I**, p. m. f,,.,., JgJMtn |n*|? m,-? firm ni na Sd; prim, meas firm ut il2? rt.| Pots Prim* mean Weaiern Mn.-, aaa? nt 71* .Tl, .1.. medium SSS* at (.la lei H?OM Mi..rt -ut. lil...ut 14 to 1(1 lt. SWay nt 47m linen Cvasbsrtaad eat, aboal & t., ao tt. Blandy nt Ma short rta ?t*,ut m H.. Steady nt 41a. |..ns -l.-nr m|.1.1|.-.' *l?.ut 4.'. tb, ateady ?i 4*,, i?nif ,_,. Bh?r, , irKr m,,|.|,.,,' about ..., H.. at-ady at Ila Sliouhlei a- -About 12 ttl ls fl,' ?lui at n.'.a Cheese Amarina nn-?t whit- uni roLmsi' dun at Kia BS, T-Ucm prime etty somlnal. c.ti..ns.-,i oll-Llv*n^?.l refined, firm nt 21s Al. fl,,;rlia ,.' tiirv'nilt,. ?teady nt 2k* lu,.m Common dull ai Ms tal bard l-rlme VV'Stern ale**, ?ie_|y nt 42a lid. Wheat N.. 2 re.1 wlnt*r dull at 4a Hid; No 2 red ?print, dull at 4a 4'*-l K|..ur ST -nula fariey winier dull nt 5* bl. ('nm Mixed Wm. ?rn M'Ot, dull nt 4a Od. September dull at 4a Od o.tol.er ?lend) nt 4* By,<l. November steady at 4* M. H i.a at London?Pacific Coast steady at il li)**>i2 ila fur sew PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. imrrv'r><inT-.jii*tice Horace Ors., of th* Chttsd Btatss-tiproHM court, uni Osnsrsl it de Trobriand, IT. a A. BRITX-WICK N J. Knagenhjelm. Sae retary of thc Swedish lunation at Washlngl in. fifth AVENUE -Oovernor .Tank Brown, of Mary? land; Judire A. Ii. Hamer, of Washington. D c, and ex-Senator Wsrner Mular, of Herltlnier. OIL BE- John Boyd Thacher, of Albany. HOLLAND The Rev. (V Arhu'hnot. of Stratfor 1-On-Avon. Ml'H BAY HILL* Senator Amaaa J. Parker, >.f A'beny; Congressman Sereno E. Payne, of Auburn, tt, T.j Hlsh..ri Winiam 8, Perry, of Iowa, and JaSBCS W. Hinckley, chairman of the 11erwicr.1tlc State Com* mlttee. ST. DENI--William McAdoo, AsslstSttt Secretary of the Navy. --s WHAT IS GOING OX TO-DAY. Repnhllcan m<is.?-mee:lnf*. Cooper T'nlon, R p. m. Westchntvi county Fair, White Ptalna Jerome Hark races. 2 p m. gueenn County Jockey Chili racee. 2:15. p m. Crescent Wheelmen races, Plainfield, SC. J., 3 p. m. Stevena Inetitute-ornnKe football match, Orango, K. J.. 2 p. m. Indian River Yacht Club regatta. NEW-YORK CITY. The New-York Historical Boots!** trill meet on Tuesday evening in the library, Second-are si I Eleven th-st The funeral of Frank H. forbes WS8 hell yester? day al hi* home. No. 24 Weet Twenty-flfth-st The service was conducted by the Rev Dr, Ritchie, "f Trinity Chapel. The body waa taken OS the Pall River Lin- I*,at las; evnlnsr to New Ih If "ri. Miss., the Old home of the dead man. The funeral of Jamed O. Sherldin, the racing man and starter, took place yesterday afternoon si the Church of the II dy Cross, Porty-second-aL, between Eighth and Ninth SVea A requiem mass Sra* ,-. - bnted hy tbs Rev. J"hn Smith. Th- burial was In Calvary Cemetery. jundee Lawrence, cf the Sttpfttnc Court, rnter day appointed Harry Van Ness i'hllilpa ko ir! ia ld lit-m of Laura Astor Chanter. Mary Margaret Chan ler, Beatrtee Chanler and Hester Msrion Chan'er, In an action brought by Phillp Ki?,im and John Jaei b Ast..r, as ex ecu ton of th- will of Winiam Ast< r, for the taklne .m 1 stating of their accounts as ? x- ?urara, In Supreme court, Chamben, yesterday, Lawnnce signed an order discontinuing the ictloi brought in the name of the People agsli -t the Rink? ing Fund Commission in the injunction r straining the commission from permitting th< i of lbs Staten leland Perry franchise. Justice Law? rence has aN 1 vacated the Injunction granted by County Juli-- Cloie, and the sale ot ihe fm arill he held to-day. The annual meeting of th- Association of Ihe Alumni of columbia College will bs held io the Library Building on M01 lay evening. Th- funeral of Augustus Hoffman, who died or Wi Inesday at hi* h..m.. No fl Wwi Twentj s c ond-st., waa held then yesterdaj morning bi WM o'clock. Tbe service wis attended onlj bj a fepr of the most intimate friendi of the dead man The Rev. Talbot W. Chambers, minister of the Middle Collegiate Reformed Church, ofllctati I, The burial wa* In Oreenw tod Th- meeting of the cnrrtivl'tee appointed I real tali the n inagement of :he Btste Ref ora ii rj Bl Elmira, which wss to 'aki place on October 2 al Ihe Mott Mers r il Hall, baa been 1 wtponed lo October 11. at- i the i ic*of meeting cbai ged io I Hark Aventn Hotel. Judge Pttsgeral ?????? : V tot Askle In den r-r.ti s. ssl ms j cati rda| I irs mont ha In prison He was convicted ot haring con? spired with Herman B erberg and ii - :,..: ? ? fin to tl ?? ?? b mt nt-hnus il Sa fl His; Broadway Then wen severne ? I n t?i- building nt the Hm* The r'.-.ro* wen caught red ? - lerberg escaped. B new I ? - ' Stati 'a ? ?? I li ii' ?? Lee Jtck, Lee How sad Chu Paten, Ihr i C i i men w I ? > had bet nu-' alleged v. . 1'.'.ii of the Chinese E) .u'o |y \ . s-.-- !,,y t -. I- ;?? I || ? ?- The three Chlnami n wet number of ? . obi lin .. Imlssl m lo ll e tl 1 K'.inir. lt was alleged, wa way of fl ton, Vt., fr .-ii < anada I w*? ImposslM* l ??.-.. ? ld tbe ai .1 . Iga * < -.mle-, in the Cn ted St st es Cit reeetvi - ? ? ? , - .1 -, A Shields I ict aa t'nlted States ? ? M - ..-. of Sandow, the sti it Ai ii naen his declstoi ahlcl lt I will decide os be law passed by Congre** ? \ . gust affi Ung thi status of Mr. Shu la aa C ? . - - - ;. 1 "Why 1 Am a Christian" will t- tba sn of si ? ? ihe East Eli I t.-i.- -h of the foons Men's Chrlstlsn \--? itlon ? :i. ? row .i- 4 ',- tn b> (he Rev J I n K tor of Ihe Phillips Pi ireh. The .- will he led bj Hsrper fl Bmytl Ly Brewster H "? '. M t D ki r, elocutlonlat, will give appropi iii ri idlnga '?;?? ire Invited. Tbe Sheriff ha* received an sttachmen: for u <M against lbs Elmsford Hark Comp t:."-' igslnsl ihe Real Estate I'nlon, both In fiv 1 of Pnncta Farquhar, i? assignee nf O T-.-iil T ? illa hmenta trere granted on the gi . . that b 'th companies Hre New-Jersey eorp rai i Mr. Tea I w-.s pnsl loni ot both charles H. Voges was sentesici I lo the Reformatory by Recorder Smyth :n Hart l nf i ;? ? ??ral Sessions yesterday. Voges waa cashier for Say lor A- Co., at No tf. Wvll-st . and e.,nf. .-,-i -, Blearing of M8.000 by (alee entries I etter w... aent (?. Recorder Smyth by the timi asktns '? for Von. *. it waa in consideration ol thia I tin thal the S'litenre WBfl nial- I 1 Unlit. john 8. Bruah waa sentsnci l to Itro yean and *.x months in State Prtaon by Judge Martins in Han ii of Qeneral Seaalona ytsterdaj Hi plesdi I g diiy <>f attempted forgery in the third degree, With eel er.il others*, h- waa accused of Bwindlmg ihe Bank of Manhattan ."it of IMM with forged checka ? ?? ? I those cha H>;i:s Adi /.vat PBBgtDBBT BABXBB PraaMsnt K P. Barker, of the Ta* Department, 1 has rec.-lv-ed from Thomas, f hTtStlng. the N-w ' York npreaentatlvs of ins Yule A Town- i..?-k Mannfacturing Company, a letter in r-f-r-n? io the charges made against him nt the Issi meeting | of the Armory Board by OriBeler, a contractor When j Mr. Barker, as secretary of lbs Arti-.iv Board, said j that th.- locks which Orissler put on the doors of the J 71 wt Regiment Armory were not In compliance arith 1 the specifications, (;ri*sl?r retort-d Ihat Mr Barker wants.1 him to uee the l'"'ks supplied by "his friend Keating." flriaeler afterward withdraw the charge and apologised Mr Keating, lett-r, which will he reid at the ? next meeting "f th- Armory Board, declares Cwt the charge or favorttiam la untrue: thal h.- hil oevei ; aeon Mr Harker in reference to the locke esceui mi 1 one occasion, when he called at his office in com j pany with th- npresentatlvn of other loch coneerna and when all present drew Mr Barker's attention lo the violation of the BPSf?loatlO?8 on the j?irl ..f the cont ra.-lor. THE Sol. IHE US TO ii a vf. a PAIR. a bbb sting of tba isauibsia of tu- Md Regiment and their friends was h<-|.| In the Clermonl ave armory. Brooklyn, last evening for the purpose of arranging for a fair lo ba h.-:d in the week begin? ning November h In the new armory in Bedford av- The fair I* to nias funds to furnish th.un nany rooitl and decorate the regimental headquarters Mayor Bchlenn presided al Ihe meeting Si.hes in th- interest of Ihe rn trenton) wan made by Con? gressman W. J Coomba, the Kev. Sylvester Malone Qeneral A. C. Barnes, Colonel A. B Hoon, the Rev T?r Lindsay Parker and Colonel Alexia C. Smith, the commander of th- regiment. Highest of all in Leavening Power.? Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking ABSOLUTES.? PURE TUA XS A TLA XT1C TUA YEL LE Its MANY PROMtNENT PEOPLE OM WCOMINa STEAMERS. OUTWARD DOUN- PABIKS OKLT PARTLT I'll.I.Ki' -SOM8 OP THE PEOPLE MHO MILL SMI. TO DAI Arnon*: the psssrngriT arriving hen yesterday on the Cunard steamer Lucanla, from Liverpool, wen Moses Brown, Ives Goddard, Henani Thomas L James, Mrs. w K. Vanderbilt, W. K. Vanderbilt, jr. Miss Vanderbilt, Harold VanderbtlL Judge and Mrs. Horace Ony. Mr. and Mrs. \\\ H Once, Miss I, .1. Once, Mun L N. Ora.-. Joseph H. Once, W. lt. Once, Jr., Mts. Hurl Qm bb, Shipton Greene, Mr.- J. I.. Hammond, the Dowager Lady Howard of Oloasop, Mr. and Mn Edward Renahaw Jones, Miss Miry it. Callender, Mr and Mn Isaac H. ('amp, II. H. N. Chili-. Mrs C ll. Chllda Mr. and Mrs N. n. Cashing, Mr and Mrs. Charles A Dana Charin A. liana. Jr, Mr. anl Mrs. W. B. Davies, Miss Harri-: C Davies, Charin I- Daria iii- Rev. D -tran, Mr. and Mrs. David I.. Einstein, Mr and Mn H. Elliot, Jr., Mr. and Mis h. k Palk. Dr. W ll Penn, Mn < i L Fenn, Mr. .mi Mr-. .1 i: Fltsgenld, W. H. Oebhai I, ?;. r.ir-i De Lisle, Pr. D. V Lucas, Stuart Nicholson, J, Ouj Owsley, W. Bayard Livingston, thi Rev. i" abd Mrs i.ui, .-. th- Rev. A W Mann, Dr. and Mrs. Horace Packard. 1 <r. C. Adler, Mn. E. R Ailing, the Rev. and Mrs, Cl. Arbuthnot, Mr. snd Mrs ii Arnold, Mi and Mn. W. ti. Beldina, Mr. and Mn. Oeorg* vi Bid ile, Dr and Mrs. J. 8, Du? linga Clarence I.. Birdseye, Miss May Boyd, Mr. and Mt- 'I- r:-- I. Headley, Mi ind Mts. Edward I. Rrewater, Mn. J. Btockton Brown, McC kry Butt, C. A. Cairns, Mr and Mrs. A. A. Pope, P, da silva Prado, Mr and Mrs M. -I Puptn, the Rev, and Mr. W. T. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Milton ll ibbtns, Mr and Mr* J R II ?'< ? rtson, Mi an 1 Mi ? n- !?- ii i: ih nson, P l- Rona I -. di an l Mn. Charil K Rushmoi . Jacob ll B hlff, Mr..and Mrs ? I. Bchlff ll v-ral and Mrs l.-wN H I.i. Mr and Mrs vv. E. Sheppard, Mr. and Mn, ll a Stegrist, Mi :n I Mn A. J dn. J. Livingstone Taylor, H R Turnure. Dr T A. Wads n rth, Mr snd Mr* W ll W illare. Clement W? lg wood Sun iel w- eh . I-' M Weeks, in I. rd Wheeler, Weym in Wi rthington, Prof. isoi R Wright, Mrs. W. W. B ,r, ?? sn I Di J. P. P. Hod - Among the psssengei n the Ha mburir ? ,!, i,in- steamer Prus la, from Hamburg, were Theodore tl Dimmers, Ml - Margaret von Prai st-Ve isenei k. lt (tumbi r, V H Hustei. M - i.ii.n a Hsnson, Jullu Kruger, Gustav Lob i- . lolph Reuter, Paul Rlffel, Dr, En al _ il k. ll S' lu.. I- r and Dr ll T. Wartei Th- Kt-n'h I.i- r I. s T ? ir line, sailing tor Hara, tain I i ; ? ? ngers Un v- ?:? : - ? s- i- ? .i -. ol ihe i i.'.t-i Statea Kinhues) it Rome; thi Rev Kugem Antoine, J. c, iii Al '? I." Holli'!'irt-. Mrs. \\ i ? . ? n Bi ' ' ?' ? li ' . \. i... \||?a M A. ii ind Mi Percy ll. tia ? :,. h-\ ii .;. I ?? .;??-, I', ll Harm rn, Ml <s i. M ii -'.-! \i- in ! Mr* F ll i . \l J. H ,-? ? -.- in i ? ? i ii ?? the Rev. HUI...-" M n ? Mr and Mr*. J ?'- Mai'i i ,v ? R? ? Vol I.-, Mr VI ? \ . ? ? v. L. I', ?? . . M- - ? K lt hh '.'i - IV i k-r - Mr*. H. <>. Stol Im Mr*. Itenjimln Puller Hmli il in Mr*. ||. ney Van Behn lek ron. Mi ' "; P. II. W Among ihi i mi i i-i i r Llvvri ii \ vrm .1 : -?? ll .1 .1 Marri Mr .ii c ii fluil, " . II. ll. Cai lin. Mi Mr* .1 ?' I ? ? ?? ni Vivian :- \ I ???? h l-l K.n Bari I r U irr." ?' M H ll-ri* Imnlel ll Mn : ,,. . 'A den r .1 .1 M li lol ' . Mr ni 1 Mis | IVtltte. Alf. T. I'.ittlaon. M I ."?? Beeve. M Clara Butru, i Vt Bl iw, .1 ?? n Tel ? ? li vv aim . ). .1 V v. : tinki r ..: I -III i Yal ii .ll The Noni Baale, for Rotithninpl I ? ? . ? . it a Ml tn tin I Hs RI. hm I .! Kel rer, K P Mi ? . I i ?.I. i >l - ? ? ? Mai '.: ? : H. i-l ind ll ( ' ' ? ? : I Anions tl ? ? ? ng oi th. N'ei ? ?' ? ?? nu ti tertlnm, nf Rotter.l im, are K C Thoma -.'?'-. ? ? ? per 8. Ci. i*. II. ll I.ii:- in ll Georgie York an-l It M J B Mariel RXQ1XRF.R <."ii Mo OX Hi: SICE t.lMT. rf 1 vlbert I Dixon, who u from I Navy Yard s to the Veauvlu ??.n thal n se| cul ?'i --I.. f Chief 1 gtne. i I', i- ? ??? . .; ? Mi will take ?'. thi Ms Mi Gou I ordered tn the '., ir.I har? li g rep ?!?? tated for sen ind in or lei -.: i- . tarlina: foi | ? ? ? hus i. en rel. chief l i-,-i ?, I nt tl Knvy Yard '-,'??- ? ixion lion. Al that lime run. h d ' ? to the proof of the cl ftlcer* I'? ll.?-.-.? I that he wna il , .. und nu i.'.ii troubli p lue io ? : seri lon. ?_- ? the ll Pint ir tXOICTXP FOB WCRPKR. Thomaa s Burke, tl. I South Rea h hermit ?i.o b lo iti ! up li. the ? int) |all al RI dimond rh ni'-l Bril nd kl I Hi ln-1 iw, Hi?i-ri-k Bergman, on August 15, while the latter si I- entering .i .m In Ihe hut, when old Rurke w.is engaged setting a iran with t shotgun, k.ii yeelerds) Indicted bj Ihe Richmond Count) Grand Ju-1 for murder In I When tl.:. while hain i prUonei -v. an ligni I h fore I . il ?? Cullen, he plea di : nol guilty, and wai remanded for ti lal ..ii .' lob. i .;.. TIIHEE .vt/.'/ I T CA RM COBB TOO ET II KR. Cable car Ko BB of the Third ive line, sm uthi 1 Into bone r ir No M. of the l-l ml Rro ids. i\ lim . near Baxter-*!., in Parh Row, lasi night sboul :' o'clock. The i:.-t Broadwaj car s is standing walting for Bet ind-ave, . ir No 111 . i r. - -1 ? i ..t it to ftirt. The for.r the collision was -? grt it ss io cause Hi- whole c..r<-.- can to era h together, breakins Ihe glaas In the from tloor ol cai No. M. The ps i lins .ir. some >.f whom were women, wera panlc-atrlck-n They rushed t the front platform as the d Ivei sa ng ins hor ?* out of danger Into the street The dashboard* ni all tt.ir were henl oui nf shape After i delay of ti n mtnuti s ih- - ir proci d< l dos ntoa n. MA lil XE 1X TE L LIQ BNCR mini \Tt I:;: AIM \v.\.-. Sunrise 8 iSBISunaet :. l"', M-...I, aets p m 8:AB|Moon's as* '-"?' HlOtl 'WAI I .lt Ti ? DAT. AM Sandy Rook T:3ti(ko. leland T:td;Hell Oats SdS I'.M Band) Hook 7:t8|Oov Island -null.!, Oat* 10:02 IBCOMIBQ STEAMER*. TO-DAY, Vassal. li ii! I,m?, The Queen.Lcndon Bepl IS . National '"?"rt "i .Rio Janello. Kepi :t , Lamport S ll ii ? 'mi. r .Rio Jahelm rfc-pi i ..Lampori \ lin LaBretagn*.Bsvre, Sept -._.French Tran* Bl M.av. BEtTKMUBR 80. Ka?dam . Rotterdam, Bepl IB.N.-tii tmer Chleas ?.Newcastle, Bepl li.WI I a. ni Msnltol i. London, s. it lu.Ulantlr n ms Irrawaddy.I'.-rt Spain, Bepi 83.Trinidad MONDAT, i a *n>iu;k l. ?lb*.It..-iii.-ii. Sept 33.N <; 1.1 ol Taurlr . Liverpool, dpt |1. Uh?? m*? Begurann.Havana Bepl 27.,\ v .v Cuba OUTGOING STEAMERS, TO-DAT. ?easel. K,,r. Usa. Matu asaaa ?asset aalla Umbri*. Liver..1. Cunard.-..io.,,,, 5:30 am Lu Tnuralne, Havre, French Trans. ...ii no a m 2:30 Dm Coleridge, Dalila, rte, Lamport a.- h..it. ;,,:..? r? - :(,,., ?, Baal*, bremen, H ?> Lloyd. 8:00am 8-OOsm Al.-n.-, Klnsalon. Alias.10:00 a m 13:00 ra Benara, Havana, N ) .? -Uh*.10:80 am I no ? m Thlnsnslla, >.|,-ni.,,;.,,. Thlnsvalla...! l:OUs rn lao pm AmstiN?m. il.tt.-ilain N'tli Ain-r. . .11 (Mi ,i in 1-tai i, tn An. I...ila. QlaafOW, An.-h..r.13:00 m " i?i Ii iii Ponuballa, Si 'iii.mina, ete, Qnebeo_ 8:8Uaml3uom Hali.lyn, Montevideo, Morton'*. 3:00 pm -I no i, m Seminole, J-.-ke- n\ III-. (*|**d*. I'tSJ d m Naw-Ofteaaa N- w I ?rl.-un?. Cromwell. ...'.'.'.'.' 8-OOdri Lena OalvMton. Mali,ry. a no , , . -i..iiiii,-i i New-Oil-ms, Korgaa ..... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ii,?, J, p in TV__DAT, (K'TuitKll 2 Spree, Ilremen. N (! U..y.l. :i:0()?m ll (H) a ni El ij.iradu. wsw fliteeaa Mstgaa. 1*88pa! WKD.NF.SDAY, OiTOHKIl I, MajMtlo, Uvtrpool, Whit. Btv.8.00am 8:00aa Berlin, S-.uih,-im|.tin, Am-rt.-an. Sig a m ll Oj) a rn Noordland. Antwerp. Red Star.0:3oam h.-Viam sm rr i sr, sews. PORT OT (t-W-TORK, PRIDAT. SEPTEMBER M, l-H ARRIVED. Steamer Lucania (Br), McKay. Uverpool s.-rtemher 22 and yiieen.town 33. with md**, e.T r.-it.ln ?"""'" fh*f'B*J! ,..,-.- naen ta Vernon H Brown m Ca Arrived al the uar - .U', "i-n.s,la (der). Karinda. Hnmhi.rB Sei-teml-er IB 1 Havre IB, with tndae. Tl rabin and '', , , ,'m I , . ar* ," it J Corlis Arrived al th- Har il Ul P m. -.-..,? ei (1 eadow* iBr), ll;,iris. fMraentl Auguet 30 Mes sim, 2* Palermo September :.. -Ibraltar IO. wlthmdas ba Hlrsen, Keltmann ? Co; vessel to Mmpson, Spence * 1 mi Arrived at the Har ai lao am. , Kt 'mer Piambom (Br), Jones, Huetvs s-i.temS-r 12 1 ind Gibraltar 13, arith copper or.- to Pennsylvania Bait Min nj c.. vrssel t., Blmpaon, Spence & Y-unir. Arrlve.l ut tue Bar rn 11 .'to p m '.'Tit.. _ , _ __ Steamer Fl.imbnrough (Br), Btevenaoa. (.r<-vt..wn s?p temher IO, Puerto t_rtea 13, Livingston IS, w-it'i mia* banal ia and 1 eabln pa***ne*re lo Mayer * wmlanse. Arrived al the Bar .it '<?'?> p m, ,,, _ . . Steamer Seminole, Chichester. .Tnrk*?nvlll? S^pternber 33, ci ot.-t.-ii 21. with m is- im.] paasengsn ta vv p Ship B I" Hitchcock Oates, Uverpool 2S .'.ava. with sst! tn .1 V Itolilnann .?:? Co; vcsael to I P Chapman A Co. Bhlp llalnaui (Duteh), Oerdes, Antwerp M <laya. In : . ?' li Randerbmek. il -, santa Hara, Fuller, Antwerp M dsya with ssSsa to order; vesael 10 l F Chapman m Ca french cruller* Knlade, Rlgault da Oenoullly nnd Miens from Uuel -? ; t? mix il*. " Rand) Hook, ????'?? p m Wind northenat, freah breeze; parti) cloudy. CLEARED. BU liner La t ursine (Fr), Sante!!!, Havre?A. Forget, Bti .mr Al :i- (Br), Beldera, Kingston, Bavsntus, atc Un . I-' rwood a KtiUn k. ... Steamer Seminole, chichester, Charleston anl Jack* ". lill im :' .'!-. le .v Co. Hi 1 Stat. ' Tesaa, 111*. Hrun?wli-k. Os nnd Fer. ' Il M .1 i-. .v ? ". Si. imer Fort wu;,.un. inr.1 st Johna, Areclbo, Pones, et. N- m 1 .rk ai i Porto Kl 1 S* Co Bienmei iii-.ii-ii- (Hr), McKensle, St Thoma*. St Cnili llarl due* ? ?? A Bl luti rlsrl lg* _ I !0. Ht! ,11. ? laale (Oar), Keasler, Bremen via Southampton I I ill' hs ,v '?'? Ht namer I'mbrla (Br), Dutton, Liverpool?Vernon H 1 v "' . Ht na mei p rt I* ?"-.. Aah, Halites, N B, and St John. N ii llowrlng ,?. An hibald, Ht. imer Coleridge (Bri, Pernambuco, Kio Janeiro, etc?, .-. .1 .-, Htenmer Xmaterdnm (Dutch), Btanger, Rotterdam, via 1 ., ?.- -? 1 im. h 1 ::?.'. ' 'o. steamer lier*n?n?eren iKon, Mortensen, Dsnlalc w w ii rn ? s ' ? --.,-i,.- Argonaut (Br), MrOllllvray, iciimaton nnd M ? in s ? I il ' - Hallfai J E K-tr .v- Co, Steamer Thlnsvalla (Dan), Uerentsen, Chrlatlnnla. ind Btettln Funcn. I-My- _ Co. Steamer Jew rn re (Br), Rain*, Taimpl-o. vin Baltimore u ri John* -n Co, Limit-- I So n.. 1 Slavonla lOeri Ruo, Btettln, Coprab?a**n. ete? R J Cori si. imer Ur- im (Br), Nui ia -lassoer?Anetta Bald ? ? Mohawk (Rr), tVlltahlre, London New-T rk Hi. imer Dania (Ger). Lelt! meer, H.imhurK R J Cori 1. 1 1 pi ..i.s.. (itali, Schi no, Cadia Spain John C Bai . il.i-. mn. III,-. Havana W D Mtl-Boa. BAILED mers I/smpaaaa t - Oalveston; Naeoocbee, Havan* i:n. 1 rmrleaton and Jacksonville; Kl Nore, \. .i ..?..,:. . ?-.? i.n ... ilenfuego* and Bl Jago, ria Pars an I Maranham; Alvena I liri i.r-inl. Cape Hart len etc Maracalhn Mam il o; .; tv ? lyda, Ban 1 mil go 1 ape H lytlep un* T'lr** (aland; State ot 1 aliforni* Bri, Ola* a State of Tessa. Bruni I Fernandina THE MOVEMENTS OF STEAM-JUS, POREIQN PORTE. Br) Layland -.-:??] fr-.m I* n-1 n f r \'-? '. ? 38 Thompson, fr<,m New-T rk Sapteia* !.. ? I- irrlve.1 il l.r er| . .-? ; '? 'i' ? r ."? .--.,-- Bri 'lu'*- aa Heil from Liverpool for N. a-V-rk Se|il VI at ll ? Bl . mpania iHrl, Halse* fi im New fork for ,.-r' ed al uueensi nm September IB t'ogelgeaana fi mi Enalsnd 1 r Nr? )..rk. sni!-l fran BnuMatnpl - -????? ' ll m.- (Hr) V .un*. s..il.-l fi .ni .ilaasow for \- a V rk Sei ?? inl-r SB : K.ds* iNwedi Hskantaon, from New-York Bep .... p, , 2* ' ? ? M ? 1 1 ??-,;.? i i - ;?!? II '.''-!?.- -?r fr m Ant ?.??:? for New-1 leland* Septa n . . ii' from New-1 rk September lt f..r Lelt I I Lewi* li ? ? - ? Wew-1 rfc Sep ..'. from New V rk ber IS, vi* arrlv. .1 ni ll Hi er '.?: Nen v rk Septen*. r '.'* ?? ma, etc ? .s arrived il -. rk Kanlti from Ni a v rk A ia' 23 t* ll ind 1 ,' . ! r. arrived al M ? led fr m (Ilraentl for New. '. Macdufl 1 from I ima, etc, I from I for Nea ) ik Bi 1 ti ml -r 31 Announr.m.nt? K ti v*. "Odena." r. ft VT. T).? ne* SealMs head link button cuff. Mils. \r/iNSLOW8 gOOTHINO gTRUP ^ ,* been uaed for over PIFTI TEARS ly MILUONI of M'TIH'its l"lt THKHt CHILDREN willi.1: TEETH. INO i. th perfect HCCCESS I- BOOTHES Ih* CHILD. ;-"l'il..\.s THE 'H MS. ALLAYS ALL PAIN. CURES tVlNH ? "I.I' . and 1* the BEST REMEDT FOR DIARRHOEA Hold b) Irui ? n even part ut HM .J. r\VENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTLE, Admirable tonic; Mllhau'* Caltaays strengthens th* circulation, In renae* aaalml Berates tones up m. 1 furttfles th* sjratem Mllhau, 18J Rruadwar. Henry A Daniels, M. I>.. ?ki WEST VTII-ST l>.??nw? of -he Nervmia Srstem, Oenlto-Crlnarp or svns. Impotency and Btertllt) ll ura. A : , 1 .1 to 8. Hackett, Carhart & Co/s Small Boys' Suits. If, fer Three Dollars and a half you can buy your boy a $5.50 up-town Suit, is the corner of Broadway and Canal street too far down town to go after it? Perhaps you do not know us?and how we undersell other stores. Its a!! worth knowing, and $2.00 on a boy is worth saving. A Boy's Overcoat, his Hats, his Shoes?and more's the saving. 2 Broadway corner Canal Street, Stores Broadway beiow Chambers Street. OPEN THIS EVENING. ll A H XV AY'S RKADY lt BLI BP la Ab?iiutely Indtapen* ul-li- In every well regulated KoeWhold lt Instant!) relieves ?nd outekly cures ail ?ore Throat, Influenaa, iti.-iu-hitia. in. um..mi. Uh..mi.ui-in. Neuralgia, iiniiv*. Bpralaa, Murna Hi idarhe, 'I'....Hm. li-, .ml Illina of nil kln.N In '.in..:iy tor Mnlarla and 'ii Rnwal Patna RADWAT'S rn.i..-1 cur* Con tlpatl s and lint Dtaontera. HAMMERSLOUGH BROS. .MST A VHAU AH.i WI* BCOAN OOM I'ltKSKNT POLICY OPSE-UNa 0#T OUR WIHM.ksai.i-: |TS*C_ AT RETAIL, am. PROM Till-: hay xx k .U'knkii Ol lt Di".Its. SUCCESS STEADY ARD PHEMOM-NAl POURED IN OM VB, WK REALIZED AT THK START THAT TO IMIAXV THK PUBLIC Tn A xvhih.k salk ROUSE IN A WHOLESALE NBIOHBORHOOD, xvi: had TO ski.I. CHEAP CHEAPER THAMOTHBR BTORBS ANH WK DID IT. DOINO THE SAME THIM) NOW. STYLISH. ltKf.I Altl.K il.. iTIIINU ONLY. BUT AT tTNUBUALLI l.i ixv PRICES. NO STORR IN THIS COUNTRY, WK BELIEVE CAM POSSIBLY APfORD To BELL li.'.U CLOTHE! POR as I.ITTI.k musky AS wk CHAEOI HERE sxMi! PRICES AT BOTH stokes. OPEN To NIOHT Til.I. 0. HAMMERSLOUGH BROS. Bleecker Street, cor. Greene. Broadway, cor. Rector Street Flore* rl'.ae at al* to-ilay. Wc made for this season a Uno of business snits of 11itc 1 *<*?* grade than we ever before bad the connive to pm j? Would like the criticism of men who know good clothes. Wa ahall print In to-day's ev-ninir rn;.?r? a m?.^?. to the SopJ <>t New York and ih*-lr n. :>.?r*. writ.?n \_ % Jap?neae friend "f ottrr. KOGERS, PK KT & CO. THREB ) Prlne*. UroAriXX'AT J Warren. BTOI'ES. )8Jd St. Ladies9 Pique Gloves. 4 hutton with spear back, White, Pearl and Kn^lishtans, go cts. 4 button White Kid Gloves, _?5 cts. Lord& Taylor, liroadway & 20th ii_ Established JS4.1. Il nm <1 im y, for. .'Hat Sf. f * Thlr.I tatra.. Cor. IBM *t., ' N--?v Y rfc. F ,ur Iii... klyn St. r?a. When it comes to laying 'ip some* thing fora rainy day, what's the mat? ter with one of our $3.00 or ?.">.ofl Umbrellas * We have au ideayoatoi paying a dollar more for lik?- value. It's tjuite likely you're paying too much tor Mackintoshes, too; they are generally sold fut a fancy price; at least are judge so from the talk of cus? tomers. We don't want to brae, but we con scientiously believe we_e offering the best little boy's school .suit foi IftjN that was ever shown in the two cities. We'd like your judgment on them. Smith Clray ft Co.'s. monthly lor (UsL is out. ?_o??q_0-qG_(_)o_ TfaOOs AND C_7(bTT?0D (..- -.DaDtffldMB TOD !\DD\yiB0irir0?lE0B8. f nm Tri June 6th, 1894, " 1 .Uh, M " 20th, " " 27th, M July 4th, " nth, M 11 18 th, ?? * 25th, M Aug. 1st, " 8th, M " 15th, " 2 2d, " 20th, M Total for 13 weeks, 2Q.:>Saffi70 co I'I ks PRINTER, 1 vj) ti (M. mt nm id 1)(B&o-(M < .'J fKB_5?_>(J(l fKB ),.M _ S.flXBO ? Bp DM t(B7fMt H?0.(|8el Average per week, THIS lIHrn.ATIDN U KNTIHF.l.Y SM v''? KARU BRI AND Vll.l.AOKKS. AND OOVRM IMS tAMtBBBk M1DDL- AND Wl'STKKN STATML ADVERTIBUItl RATKs i.oxv for UlUIATM a* DRESS "TUB TRIBUNE." NKXX '.YORK, Furs Altered And Made Over after recent E uro pe a n A todds. Unusual excellence in fit and workmanship, and at prices commensurate with the times. C. G. Gunther's Sons. Fl RRIS-RS, 184 Fifth Avenue, New-York* BiT'D A. O. ISM* ,