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THEY FELL INTO THE SEWER.
XCITEMEX1 CAUSED BY ._ CHERRY HILL CAVE-IN. BrC TOUMNMTZM BV1UCO IN THR DBHUI ?jBE RBBULTS WEM NOT .KR I ors, BUT THE TANK* WAS INTENSE WHI!.i: IT 1.ASTE1?. ??*<, saving in of a sewer under the passage . wn as "Single Alley." In the most populous part .Cherry Hill, last evening threw three children t0 the drain among the bricks, dirt and sewage, nd g*vc ri'se '" th'' re',ort th?'', there had been a ree lo?*? of life. All of the children were rescue?! from the sewer only slightly Injured, however, and ,ne excitement wan soon allayed. It was about <*? o'clock that the cave-ln occtured. It ??eted a section of the alley twenty feet long in Sing'* Alley, which Is a passage running between the tenement-house at No. 38 Cherry-.t.. and the lot upen which preparations are being made for the ?getfon of a sew factory at No. 40 Cherry-st. The ,???.? Is over 200 feet long, and extends right ftisafb the block to RoOMvelt-St. The loi at No. 40 Cherry-st. Is owned by ex-Mayor Ely, and was formerly occupied by g tenement house The house was torn down some time ago, Md \\ illiatn Oalway, of No. 517 West Thlrty-sixth ?t was engaged to dig the cellar for a new mould? ing Mi ! "-"? "ls *""*' Bdwar^ was the foreman ?n ?barge of the work, and had about twenty men under his charge. They had Just quit work last ivenlnK when the side wall of the sewer under th?* ?may, ?bleb bad been weakened by the excavation, rave way. There was a crash, and cries from the kystanders, as 'he pavement of the alley for a distar.? - O? twenty feet dropped out of sight into th. sewer. petectlve James McCrory, of the Qah st, station, hard rti?" crash from where he was standing in Koo*fvelt-8t., and nished through the alley and ed Into the sewer through the g.ip in the pluog' ________________________________________^^^^^^_ piTinlent. There he set about rescuing the chil? dren, who had been playing on the stones when ??bey fell Into the drain. The youngsters were half burled In the brick, stones and earth with which th?y had fallen, and there was, besides, danger of ?heir drowning In the large amount or s? Wage which Tl( flowing through the culvert. McCrory worked hard, and was assisted by Stephen Donovan, Thon..? I Hay war?!, I ?aniel Sullivan and Edward J. 3I*rsb._ll. all of whom live near by. They rescued three small boys from the vault, bal It was re portel that there was another -perhaps two or three nor?? children -who ha 1 been carried down by the Mb_ Of the pavement, and the work of turning over tbe debris was not abandoned until It was seen that the three boys rescued were all that had fallen An ?lirm was sent to the Oak-at. police station as soon as the seel lenl occurred, and Acting Cap? tain Walter Thompi ?n, with s squad of forty men. sel i led to the scene. He was followed soon after by Acting Inspector Brooks and detachments of men from the Ellssbeth-st., Madlson-St. and El? dridge-st. .-t.it .*>. Ambulance calla bed been : in : in, and live responded. One ?.is from the Huda ? ?:-. Btreel Hospital, two from Bellevu? an! two from Qouvern? u Hospital Two -mall boys wer?* taken to Hudson Streel Hospital Tbej were .lohn j. Burni nine years old, of Xo. ft Cherry-et., and Jan.. - Ducey, ten rears old. of No. I Batavla-st. Xeliher was seriously hurt. Dur. i :.' - ic eedlng tbe crash, when known ihai aeveral children had fallen into the sewer and thai some of them ha i perhaps been k)l>d, ? rough-looking man In the crowd which had garhe* attempt to strlki Acting ?'aptain Thompson. His blow did not reach quite far ?? illtlng his danger with policemen at?? ling near him ?,ii every side, the mai .own Cherry-st. When he turned into Roo? ve I ?t.. a abort half-block from the scene of his at tern; ;? ?". assault, he had ? procession of pursuing policemen stringing on behin?! hnn. The officers ?-'. but the man manage! to hold n .? iway, .4 LAWYER'S DETECTIVE WOEE. MR. Hfl L TRACED MII.l.KP. AN'P iTNNINGHaM T? ? *?8B1 RT PARK am? HAD THKM ARRESTED. John Henry Hull, a lawyer, who has his office In "The Times" Building, recently did a piece of de'? ?? ..- work tbe fa? :.s ?..f ?rblcb, he says, ar.? as foil *-?. Miller ?v Cunningham, jobbers p.nd manu? Iscturen raw h us, tailed on May .*? for I A month before they bougbt from otr, I - saying at the time that they had a lurplua ol flLMa When they failed, and ? ?? ? ivei ? ted, their creditors sagaged Mr. Hull to s.? foi their Iniereata Then Mr. Hall began to . s-ork First, he found that MBmt ? riirn??-rh-m had burned their ledgers, Meekfc ?a and checkbook and stubs, and that they ha! never sa.d. nor would they tarn, whether they ewacd ?jr COUM pay one cent of th?:r Indebtedness Last Bundsy he learn???! that ihe partners, with their families and servants, arere living in es? pensive spartmenta In th? Lafayette, at Asbury Park. X .1. He went ;o Freehold, and swore o?it ts asatist Miller A- Cunningham, and, wltb . they went :o Asbury Park to have ! Il was at ih:s point that the lawyer's de;ertlve ?bllity came into play. I.Ike "Brer Iia!'i**.t' Miller and Cunningham were "lying low," and Mr. Hull Bay? they n.id warned the people of the hotel to gve no information about thtm. Mr. Hull ?aid nothing, but thought a great deal, and at last he niade Mends wiih a lirlRnt llltle boy, who knew Cunningham, and offered to take Mr Hull to him. When Cunningham -,?w the lawyer he ran for the K t*hen au in in?! lown hem, Bo did t.'ie lawyer, **no cauir:.; Cunningham <n the lower f!??or Then, despit? pi teats ngham ??? ia made a prisoner by ,?ne ol ;).?? deputlei from Freehold, Soon after* ..war! the other partner. Miller appear? ! >n th< ?cere, and .-.? waa irres ted. Both prisoner? refu>i i t , a? ? ? , r explain, to they were taken to ?M Freehold Jail. yesterday the two men were re kea?*d on i. .a ht i each, rear res ted and ag.nn re.e.>- | on ball men ?.-? I ?./<?' ? i '.s/Y_/..\. AjtSIK" IS8AWE. ! THE ' ' " -)ii?.?i.ii-n.i; pOt'KD WAXDER UtO'lR TUK STREBT SOW IN iiKl.l.KVrK. Ann* . Emma Lewis, alias Annie May? rs. alias "Sheeny Ai nie." who i> known - ? th< po.: ?? ,f \, ir-York and mosl of the principal cities of II 1?. I Bl Ites as "The Princess of Snop llfters,'' tt.,. , ?<,..* jj, at cranr! and Clinton Ht. last night by roll eman Campbell, of the I '< lancey at. ?tatisa, and senl le Bellevue Hospital as nn !n ?sae patient. When Campbell first saw Annie ?he tntta only a blue an 1 w l-.lti-striped waist. darK akin, low-, m shoes Her balr was hanging ?lown her back, a: ?. she ba i on neither stockings nor hat. Th- woman waik?-?l up to Campbell and said, ' Bells I'.::. ! see you have a gold tooth; 1 must get Some too." She walke?! scross the street Into the rooms of the Albany Dental Association and there Insisted on hiving four gold she!!? on her upper front teeth. Her manner was so Htrange, bow ?ver, that ?he waa put out She dropped In at various milli? nery Stores an! ordered large q.iantltles of goods, but was turned oui of them. Finally she came ??flt to the poHeesaan arel proposed to marry him, offerins: ? -?-.mi of norses as an Inducement. She waa taken to the station and there a'lmlt'.e?l ber Identity. She was tb?-n removed to Hellevue. 'he woman 1? thirty-one years o!d. She has a Ion.? r? ? : 1 aa a shoplifter an?! pickpocket The ?m time ?he attrait???! the attention of New-York ot-Cfr? waa on Jin-iarv 2<*. when she and Thomaa ?rOi-Oran ?jth whom she worked, were arre-ate.] i?f ?hopliftlng in Hrooklyn. Koth were discharged W lack of i v. 1. nee. TRR IT ALT AH TICB-OOBBOZ BARRIER AMerman Fi< Ir*rich A. Ware was called on yea toi-ay to marry Mrs. Amelia Spies?, a friend, to Count Jerome N'aaelll, the Italian vlce-?"onaul, at ^* home of the bride. No. 17 Kast S!xty-thlrd-st. ^ Conau!-?..nera!. M. Hran-hl, was a witness. ?$t*r the ceremony there was a wedding breakfast. 5"* eouple sail for Rurope to-morrow. Both tm-ir "?*? are given as thirty-three year?. -? MB Hoi. I. i XUS' OPSXIXG POBTPOBED. J">>* opening of the engagement of Edward M. *? Joseph Holland, at the fiarrlek Theatre, has Jj* Postponed from August 5 to September 3. As ?* ?ready been announced, ?his Will be the he ?^|?g of a ?tarring tour by the Holland brothers. Sf* l*>e management of Richard Mansfield ,ThV 2? appear in a play by Harry and Edward I'aul ^ ?nt.tled. "Horace; or the Man with a I'ast. HOBIxkxt ARRIVALS AT TBE HOTELS *yERETT-Danle! Magone, of Ogdensburg. Jy? AVKxi-K -Kx-??overnor Ruf us Ti Rullock. ^?orgii,; ..x.i*.,nt,, ???un ueorge Wesr. of Rail ? N^*''''''''''''''''''''''''''*''''''''''''''''''''''''''^^^^^^^^^^ ?|?*^~The Marquis de Nlcolay and wife, of 1'irlH. ^?""rfAN-Oovernor William C. fi?tes, of Ala _??. Hin i ?v... .-.. . _-.--. -.#"_-_. mmJL*}' r-< an-1 ('har.es \V. Hackett, of I'tlc, ggp- *i-_-__ ?^7**'-?????_oyer_or William ?.". wane". "? ????" Z5J- HOLLAND *Roswell A. i'armenter. of Troy. ^OPni.K-Rx.senator ?*. P. Vedder. of E1H u?7,U*' B. V. WALDORF-Jamee J. Hill, presl !? ?** the Great Northern Railway Company; J^?H. B. Tompklna. of Oeorgla; Mias Clara Bar ??f Washington, and Royal Phelp? Carroll, of %?Mtt WlNDsoR-g. H. H. Clark and John W. ?JJ*? tctivtrs of the Union PacJflc Railway OBITUARY. GEORGE W. GREENE. George W. Greene, at one time vice-president "? the New-York and New-Jersey Bridge CSflBSBlsaton and more recently presiilent of the New-York and New-Jersey Construction Company, died on Hun lay ?t a sanitarium at No. "?M West Forty-slxth-st. Mr. Greene, who was about ?sixty-five year? of age, was born in Orange County, N. T.? and after devoting himself to the study of the law, was elected to the Assembly for his native county In 1&M.. He was re? electo I yearly until 1890, an?l as a member of the Assembly Introduced the bill authorizing the con? struction of the bridge with which he afterward 1, came Identified as vice-president. In lei?, ho was Chosen president of the New-York an I New-Jersey Construction Company, and retained that place until ha was compel????! about two year-- ago to resign in consequence of lit.? falling hea'lih. Subsequently Mr. Greene retire?! to the sanitarium for treatment for rheumattem, and remalneii there until hi.? death. He leaves a widow an 1 a daughter, both of whom live at Qoshen. N. Y. THE REV. CORNEI.irs .!. O'CALLAOHAN. Portsmouth. N. H., July l._.-The Rev. Cornelius J. O'Callaghan, Chancellor of the Portland, Me., Catholic Diocese, died this morning at ;he bouse of his brother, the Rev. E. M. O. M. ovallaghan. In this city. He was born in Kanturk, County Cork, Ireland. In 1832. and he studied in his native , ,,:n try and then went to St John's Theological Semi? nary, For.lham, N. V., where, after completing the course, he was or,laine,1 on October 2n. is?'.?. I.v Archbishop Hughes, of New-York He wa- us signed to the diocese of Portland, Me., under Bishop Bacon, and lie filled th.. office of chan? cellor of the ?Hoc?.-??, for twelve years. ?? ?? ? GEORGE EMANl'EI. B HART. George Kmanuel B. Hart died at his father's home. No. 1.8 West Ninoty-.-jghth-st., at midnight on Sunday, from typhoid fever, Mr. Hut. who was thirty-five years old. was a thirty-second ?lo? gree Mason an?l major of the 21* 1 Regiment Na? tional Guard, In which he was popular. He was managing clerk for ex-Controller Themlore \Y. Myers, who married Major Hart's cousin. Major Hart was a grandson of the late QsOTge Henrique?, who was tho originator of the open hoar?! of Stock? brokers, of which he was the first chairman, an?l which afterward consolidated with the New-York Stock Kxchange He was a nephew of Kmanuel R Hart. Mr. Hart loaves n widow and two chil? dren. The widow is a daughter ?>f Colonel Taylor, of the 4th New-York Scott Ufe Guards. Major Hart will be burled With Imth military and Ma? sonic honors. HI? father. Daniel S. Hart, was Mayor's Marshal, under Mayors A. Oakey Hall, John T. HofTmiin. William H Wlckham and Will? iam F- Havemeyer, ?nd is now holding a publl - OfhVe. In politics Maior Hart was a Democrat. The funeral will take place at iv..n father's home to-morrow. EX'-GOVERN'oR ALEXANDER. IT. RICE. Boston. July 2. '-Ex-Governor Alexander H Rice ?lied In Melrose this afternoon. His ?loath was caused by paralvsls, this being the thlr.l shock. Alexander Hamilton Rice wai born on August 99, IBM, in Newton (I.,,wer Kails? Miss In Ills youth he had a brief business experience, but later ho was lniluce?l to obtain .? ?.?lloco education an?*, h?- entered L'nlon College in IStO, After hi? giadua? tion ho returned to business and became a partner BX-OOVBRNOR ALEXANDER H RICE in the firm of Wllklns, <-art.-r .*.- ?? paper *"*aler? of li'ist'in, of which he eventually b? an senior member, the stylo being change?! to Rice, Ken?lall A i'o. In l?ii" Mr Rice became a member of the b'.ard of visitors of the Lunatic Hnspital of BoBti afterward serve?-1 as a councilman anl in was ele ti i Mayor <?f Boston on ? i Itlaei ? In IV,-, i,? wa? sleeted to Congre?? ot ih? lican ticket, and ha terved foi foui terms, ?to? lining a nomination for a fifth torn H? wa? chairman of the Committees 'm Nn\al \ r? of th? XXXVlIIih ?.-. i XXXIXth gresses Ii?* was Governor ?>f Maaaachusetta in ltTS-S, and he ?llseharg.-d the duties of his office with ability and distinction. He ?rouan i i -? ?' deal of unfavorable criticism In I?*77 by hla veto of the so-called Local Option l.lcenae bill, bul hi? course was upheld by the people who roturno.1 him to the Governor's chair In the fall ?>f th year l*R< iFESS? ?H ONEI8T Berlin. July 22. Professor Rudolph Gnei??, pro? fessor of Jurisprudence In the University of Ber? lin, ?He?! to-day. He had recently iind?-rg?ine two operation? for renal calculus, t.u: hi? advance?! .nr? was thought at the time to militate strongly Bga DSt his recovery. _ Rudolph Gnetst was born In Berlin In 1-.11. He gained a ?eat in the Municipal Council in iM-?, an?i for many years succeeding UM he was a member of the Prussian Dower H?,ns.' and ?if the Relchatag, In Which he figured prominently B* a Natl?inal Lib? eral, Iti lsi"?r' he was calle?! to I ben h .?.? a ?-eni'ir Judge of the Supreme ,-,,.?.?? .,' l'iussia, an?l ; ? ir.. ?nber of the Privy Council. Emperor Wll'.lam I namei him as Instructor ?if th<- i.?m Emperor In political ?cleace. n.- ?raa (.tv, pr.if.-s?,..r or jurisprudence in the I'nlver? o of Berlin publish? ing many sorki on blstorlcsl snd .-" la! subject?. PROFESSOR HA HI NUT' iN London, July 8. Prefaasor Charlea C. Bablngton, profeaaor of botany at cambndg?- L'nlversltj at Cambridge to-day._ Charles C?rdalo Hal.-lngton was i Bon ol ''. Res. Jo?< i h Babfngtoa. H?- atna ?"?rn ai Ludio? In IMS, and was educated at St. Johs'l ?'.'1!?'K?-. Cam bridge in IM h?. wss elected to a profeaaorlsl fel? lowship at that college. Profesa ii Bsblnaton waa a will known naturalist, an) had published numerous botanical work?, among tin- beal knows of the?,? being ? "Manual of British Botan) " H' had ais. contributed many botanical articles t" scientific Jour? nal* HENRY LYLKS. I Henry Lyl?es, a former prasMenl of the Bowery Bavlnga Bank <?f this city, and one of the w< . tl lest an I 1,1-st known men in Flatbush, died SI Ms home at Flathush-ave. and Waverly Place. In that city, yesterday morning. He ha?l been in poor health for about two years Ha was h?>rn in Plat bush aeventy-nlne yesra ago, an?i iti ISM became oonnected with State, Gardiner ft liow.-n. East ln?lla commission merchants, of this ? Ity After a few years he established the firm of I.vies A Pol? hemUS, dealers in sperm oils and candles, a? No. Ml South-?? He was presides! of the Bowerj lav bus Bank from 1171 to IMC) He founded the Mar? ket National Bank, which afterward became the Market Fulton National Bank, and was for many years its rlce-preaklent of this bank he whs b tru?tee when he died. He move?] from New-York In IK','? to th.- old Lyla homestead In Flatbush. He wai a member of the consistory of the Market Str?-?-t Reformed Church, arid a leading, member of the old Dutch Reformed Church In Flatbuah-ave. lie belonged to th.- Mldwood Club, waa a V** "? and an active Republican. He Is survived by s widow, a son and a daughter, the latter being the wife of th? Rev. J. L. /.abrlskle. JEREMIAH B. JOHNSON. Jeremiah Harnet Johnson, ?on of Jere Johnson, Jr., the well-known real esta'?- dealer und SUC? tloiieer, <lle?l at hi? homo, No, Ml J.-tfersoti-avc. Brooklyn, on Sunday, forty-tw?, yesrs old. Hla death wa? siublen. Hit Was somewhat III IhsI week, but on Saturday ha?) apparently recovered. He Was his father's olilest son and was BSSBi isted with him In busln?ess In the real estate exchange In Montague-si. He was a man of exemplary busi? ness habits and of domestic temperament. Th? funeral will he hei?l this evening at x o'clock at the house. The burial will b? In Greenwood _? ??_ THK REV. WILLIAM J MACDOWELL The Rev. William J. MaoDowoll. for msny v. irs pastor of th.- Second Reformed Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, E. D.? died suddenly at I'lam IXi'.A, N. J., on Sunday. Dssth resulted from neuralgia of the heart. Mr. MseDsweU wa? b?>m ?ftcventy y?-ars ago In the. Notth of Inland, and wax educate?) in Belfast. He CSSM to Ihl? coun? try forty-five years ago. He was the found?-r of the geconil Reformed Breshytr-rlan Churi-h and held the pastorate from 1173 to 1W-.4, and shortly after he resigne,!, the structure wa? so'.d to a Lutheran congregation. While a resident in Brook? lyn he lived at No. ** I,ee-ave. Dp to three year? ago he had charge of the Weal Side Chapel, at? tached to the Fourth Presbyterian Church, New York. A widow and three children aurvtve him, one aon snd two daughters? THE FASHIONS. some ATTRACTIVE BUMMER OOWN8 iEEN AT RECENT ENTERTAINMENT!. Some of the new ?luck.--- and pfc)a4s are especially effective, and as they mi? be worn well Into the autumn, are better to buy than the dlaphan??us mus?ns an! organdies which, like the tender dowers In the garden, ar.? destroyed by the first frost. Graduated box pleats placed at intervals la a favorite nay of making skirt? in these me? ter?ais At Mme. c.*s a pretty gown of Bgured piqu? is ma?!?- m this way, with ??igiu gradu?t? I h i\ pleata beginning ?m ?ither side "f t!? frunt brea Ith. There are Intervals of t?-n Inche*? at the bot!?,m of tbi? skirt, snd BCTOSS th???e interv?!'?. running under each pleat, ere ihre.? bands of plain white pique. The bi'll-e. which Is stlflly laundered. looks not unlik? ih? cor?ele! Of a suit of armer, an?! Is made entirely of white picpu.. The fr..;. VAUDEVILLE MIXED WITH BREEZE.*. HOPE? OF AIR RRINGS PROW. S OF SIFFKRER3 TO THE ROOF OARIlKNS The weather of las? night was Ideal for roof gardens, from a manager's point of view. It was well ?nough. too, for those persons in the audi en?-e who tlnlshed auch little dinners as the melt? ing and resolving heat left them appetites for and got to the gardens early. There were hundreds who came Liter and could scarcely find breathing ; i ??. tu say nothing of seals, on the roofs. The leading feature of the entertainment at Koeter ?t Blal'S was the first appearance at this bouse of Se?orita I,?da Vb. rri. I Spanish dancer. Sh?? gave a dance entitled "Sunbeams an?l Violets," In which she wore a drena decorated, It was said, with lo.noi) violets. Another feature was the first appearance here of the thr??* Hawthorne Sisters, In I specialty entitled "The Sport Ijyc (?Iris." Tho re? maining features included the reappearance of g br id I ?? pleat, and is cut fr im lb? ne? k In ? curve .? n l under I irmi I'nder this curve placed a .?tiff rt.ip ..'. ?? ?? ; ?i _ ?neither. lo,,kl- g like the - : '. win h ? v tend well over the ileevei of the flg ired plqu? The effect of tl t) Hah. An,,' ? ? ' .? . . therefore be mosl has also a ?klrl ??' figured pique m.i le i i With i ?!?? .?' aash silk Phe ^kir; i? g?? at th? wslsi este! : - -, aeveral Inches t?> f.'rm a surt o,' bodice bell liver the si ? ? very tir.?.. '. collar of the i In th* back, and finish? ' ? M reven In front \ ribbon ?'"'ilar with two tumi ? ; I he pi |u?f ai '. i big I w of r.l?:. ?!, i- ' :.? I i i*. II?. iK- i . finish. A charming little Marl? \ ' other establlshmenl I i with tiny em a white Bilk ? ? ? The feature of t C ,. '11*-. . !g, ! '. i ? ? >. A \ trimmed ??. . ? . A w hite lotted m . In inte el i , ? Idea ;n the arrm.i'? ment of I ? . i * w.i? ni.il? w Uta a pi t?. lie?* ?if the mua being I wan ? ? ileeves ai ..... P'iff where tiie ... ribbon ?fa it I a ? ? ? i in .. -? m. ,,?, in.it-, :?? of iii*? - .-.??,.- the fol ! .? ? itan ling atralghi up ? ?i? l muslin, ftoiii Which, ??o enter aide of the fi ml breadth, ? ? runs dosn tbe eklii f,,i ab he*, and then ?r.l- in ?i cascad? of ribbon loops ,.\-i pl< a ted gor? rted in the sk.ii li , n dainty, freata little ??? letlt altogether. 8ome of ths ? .-. Prei .?. ? -? ? wo . a) lb? lat??t functlona are particularly pretty. \ style i- to drape half ol lb? alesve and th? biou alike, thus Increasing the looh <?f a i", the upper half ?if the body, -.*. dealrsble a costume by \?>?-l ahowi I effect In a very marked le^ree The kn la ,?f tl ? lire* ?en allk, CUl In OnS piece With : n ?i, Is v? i> tightly flttlni ?'? ?. ? corse? hai tbi blouse of green chiffon, made vei \ f ill a I'll -i b ??" pleat In t).ire, w.th green f-itin ami trimmed ?-. tl pa rmenterl? The green chiffon on the full ?"in ?,f th? '1 r- -1?*-1 .m i line with Hi?? blouse, of whl h .: almoal i mi .? continuation, Th? a'.i**evei have also ? bos p'.eal li ' ?? centre, ? ?? ? ? I ?*.itii ill?? satin an i the aame trimming The collar la made like i!n- corselet, gored up from th?- ahouMei , wltl I the green s.i tin fron! an i back. The pretty combination of plain i?n?l striped good ?if the aame n iterlal la .i??.i,m coming Into favoi a French costume of plain and itrtped organdi? baa a deep equari yok? of appliqu? Renalsi ince divid? i m the centre fr 'in the neck to the ? i i by pleats <?f striped organdie, tbe reel of th? ; being made of the plain end confined to two band of velvet, ea?h ended by an ornament ol 1 i ?llam?n?!.?, ?un* band being .it the waist, and the other a little shove. Thi .?kin bai s from if the striped go?.?Is bordered on either * le bj s band ?>f r? nalssai ce lace, '!.? real ol ihe akin plain go ids ai i the pufl ? ? res of tin? ilrlpes, with the collar of ihe lattei ? lA largi velvet rosettes on either side Tbe nit!'- corsage Illustrated here la Intended for a young girl in mourning to ????.?r ;it dinner, it Is ?,f Mark silk muslin over blsch snd the trimming is of giirtering j'-t paillettes. !i Is ala ? pre?i\ In White silk muslin 0, Chiffon with bands of pearl ttimmlag of of Irldeseeal n dher of pearl paillettes. A B SOBO A FBVtTLBSA OBIME, Philadelphia, duly B ??liver s Humea * lelee? man In the emp!?.y of Hem y ?'. Swing, ?it Mo. I,.?*? Chestaul st., was murderoual) ,? mull? i tin- morn ing by Ttmoth) Bohl asen, s colored portel la tbe store. RoMaeon beal Humes lato Insenelbllitj bj sinking him over the head with a club w h?n the latter was beading ovei hli work, and. aelalwg the salesman s k? vs. In? tried I" ??p? n and r.ih the safe. The negro did not succei I, however, the k? > bi ik Ing in the lock, Robiiisiui then made bis escape. Humes iu> an? coesctous f"i some time Tbe ?.? tim is badly hurt, and ihe doctors fear thai be ma] ill? Hum? alone in tie- stur?- .?i the til.f th? .i aauli Tim. a? tin- i'*-gt'> was famlllarl] called at the ator?-. was a trusted employe Mi Bwlng i? it pr?-s.-nt at Atlantic <"ity, w.'h his family. During the absence <?f the family from th?- , :i\ Mr Kwlng had "Tim" Sleep ?n ihe family h..in.- m West Phila? delphia, for the better protection <?f ihe household goods. After Oil? iniirmtig's assault detSCtlVSS went to the We?t I'hlladf-lph.u pla? ?? .ml found tin place looted from t.>p to bottom Bureau drawers, ward? robe and closet doors had been opened, and the con? tents were scattered about. Daisy Mayer, and trr i.ani of pickaninnies; Hsrr oilfoil, the whistler; Kokln, ? Japaneaa Jugglei Harry l-e-cialr and El Leslie; .1 w Ransone; Mai " ? ni, whose fio.-k of performing 0 I 1 . grows in popularity; Clalresse Agnes \I. Ganlvet, the Kgger Rleaer tr..u?.' Tyrolea 1 dancers, end Dr. Leo Bommer's Hui gai Ian < ;> ? ?y < ir. h?-?'ra. Th.- bill at the Madison ?Square Boor Garden lai : Ight Waa almost entirely new. I'res? Bid ridge an Se?orita ? onsuelo Tortajada and her troupe 1*1 main? 1 from laat we.-k Th? r? ?t <?f the pr? gramme Includes the Mldgleya, Montagn.- .?i, Woal il e Gaiety ?".irl Trio, Ham.? and Petting) Phi ' 'lily Pool l!"om Open*" ?'ushman an Hol ??iule. Kays ani Henry, In "Capital ra 1..1 bor," Etta Berger, ituih th? dancer, Csron an Herb? rl nd Kitty ? Hlmora ? ? ubr? tta The I Miu Madge ?Silla was ataosn .it 1 n Roof ??.n l?u last night First sh ? 1 " th? n ?? new song, "Venus," n bal .. n? ?horn?, ai I Beal "I Mi. I'n.'l - . ? -'.?n an. I Cook create?] laughter In thai ? ? ? . anee thl :..-?? , a 1 ??.?. Boni ..ti :?<- bill wer. ? 1.1 Guy? ? " . Mile. I ? -.-?. Pa nd Rlchfleld an l Rdj - 1 ? noi ?electing hi? Twent) ? ' , ? preparing for ttie early ?.p. i, a I Palace in East Fifty-eighth ? 1 ? : Xo a feal ire of this week' .--? ? : ? u tins la .?n ? \ .? , skill a.. 1 dating aa woi ; ? ?'? ? : ?re funny' In theli 1 MlBti 11 an? 10 rtVBlry ? Ii ' * pi ,-?;..?;? in the l?A-ei . ? ?, ?ur bll ? ng .-m if well-kno* lilnton. the M '.:?'.' 1 ?? - .- 1: Ii. ell Ihe Chan ber ??f il??rr..t.? a ? : . ?? ? . ? ? hi? bi .-i, placed .1 ? .1 \ repr?sentai m r Marl? Karberl, th. ' .?? ? - ? for the 1 the it.a:. ?. . i betrayed her Th? flgur? ?.? 1 mad? ? ?? \l ???? artist? *r .ni life Ii . - taken two week? to mould th? features, and ai soon ? ? ? ?' rtunate woman wa? ?? : 1 ? ? Mini H ng ..-.?. ?1 I in the cell w hlch ? 'ar lyli lian ? le Bu hanan and other murdi 1 , ? 1 I? i? th? flrsi Usure of .? mom in 1 ipled the \ short m ?:...1 1? the .|?-a:'. rhamber, with Its el? hair, n, 1. eaa ? . 11 ?<?ti cornea Hart? ? ? made to all Ih? thei mur lei been ?t th- Mu?>? In from ?if the cell . , ? : i? ?". of ih? j It Ion lo Oovernoi ? to 1.1. loi M *? Berber? ? a T/Mr Fin TKicA! BALI iiixir \ M i-i mer yeaterda) Igt '? contracta artth P. 1. Tbon 11 and loseph w .i?-fT?.r?-..ti for the peo? ? ?n .A .m .n?, ii.iii.i,,.., : .11 Palmer*? Theatrai f..r three ws-eks, i?*-i*innitni on Monda) afternoon, 11 1- esl ? 1 ' Autom 1 tic Baseball by ?Sie , i ? said !?? be as nesrl) aa pos perfect ,1.1 complata duplication of the national game. The apparatus t?. ttie Invention ?>f Prank ? bapman Ha in? 1.1 since t)??- tlr.?t of .Mas per? f. .in?; h The ?tage is i? be set to repreaent .? baseball held, K?-nti> ?loping fi ?m ti?.- footlights, ao as t.? afford the spectator a perfeel ? .? ? The back drop picture? the Polo Ground? The players are reprr rnted i?> figures two f?-<-? (?i?-h and stationed it, thi i i<r places on tha diamond Ever) feature ? s between th?- Neu York team and tha ..; 1., ?ng !.. , ... n. n la ?hi l, a 1 be I ilthfully portrayed i?j rlectriclty. Sot onl) ih? mal ?.?? ol in.- game, it is promised, i"?i even the little debate w... he shoa-n, such .?? ihe catcher moving up behind Ihe i?i.i:e on two stiik??. ??t tha umpire .? runner from the Held after .1 close de 1- daring base-runner sliding t.. the plate While th<- Nea York luh 1? sway fr?,m home tii?. Kann? wii. b? p!,?\.-.i electrically al Palmer's Theatre ever? afternoon The Kam?? on the home ground will be reproduced In the evening. siior ?ut m mous WITS 1 vf? HIMSELF. Chicago, July B Draldda Ballngona went to the hon.f Mi? Roaatla Davtdoaa, No, ?MM One-hun ii ?-?i .ir. 1 .1: t.. nth-st., this morning and, drawn n .1 i.,/.,: rj?.?n on.- poekel and a revolver from another, asked her which era) ska preferred to die. Three men? who sera In the room, rushed up to Mis Davtdoaa to SSVa her, whet) Rahngona ??, ? 11< .1 Bre. The first shot ?truck tha woman on ih?- right slue .?f the hesd. A BScond ona went through her neck Ballngons then turned the wess . : on himself, Bring a bullet Into his own brain snd dying Instantly Tha woman will ?it?-. Last a : Mrs Davtdoaa'a husband, ?h?? 1? a laborer. ;..? 1 little '.\?uk .ml was no) BSnilni siifll '"tit tu.111..?, to support his family. Ballngona lent him mon?'? H',,1 .1 mouth or more he ha?l been urgln?; the Davl'losas to repay the money. ? ?** -?? A I A Holt BBGTClICAL Fltoit THE I'Ot'B. Rome, July B The Popa has addreeaed an en ?y.iiiai letter is the btakopa of Belgium, urging them to aim at ameliorating ih?? strained rela? ting? exlBtlng in that country between eapltal ami labor b) . ??ii'iiiniing the respectiva Interests. A ITCH.1ST KILLED IN THE ?(ISO. Mllwsukee, July 22. a young Mllwsukee i?wgi i.-i nsmed Schmidt was k 11 ???? 1 a? the result of a mil! bald near North Milwaukee Issl Bight, It was a j,ri\at>- affair, and a number Sf spurt? were present. BehasMl was hit and fall forward. The iwd BSW that he whs dangerously it hii,1 ran away A doctor was aununoned, .?u.i tin? man was taken to Trtnlt) Hospital, where lie died this morn? ing. It Is not known who hi? opponent ??a?. No marks of violence ?an bo fouinl on thu body. ? ? FELL tur OF A WINDOW AND WAS KILLED jam.h Murray, a laborer, forty years old, was al? most limtant'.y kllle?! .?bout in>??n yesterday by fall? ing from a thro? glory wlndou si Ma, Hi Bsst Twont) -ililr'l-st . where he hail be?n boarding for the last einhteon month?, lie was em|il?>yoi| on the new oahlo powerhouse In East Twenty-Slxth-St. It had been the man's i-ustom to K" '" aleen by the open window. It Is supposed that he fell asleep while at the window and tumbled out JOURNALISTS SPEAK ON REFORM. PATERS READ AT THE PAN-AMERICAN CONGRESS IN Tf ROSTO. Toronto. July 22.?Three excellent papers by men of reputation In the world of Journalism were read at this morning's session of the Pan-Ameri? can ?'ongre?.?. The meeting was presided over by the Rev. Professor ?larke. of Trinity University. Th?> Rev. Dr. Edwards, Editor of "The North? western Advocate," of Chicago, read a paper on "Reformin?,' Printer's Ink." in which he advocated as a remedy for the publication of bad books and all kinds or" Immoral literature the multiplication of presses for the Issue of good literature at cheap priesa He said that neither boys nor men woui?. read badly written books if they could secure good ones as easily. The Rev. A. C. Curtice, Editor of "The Christian Guardian," spoke on "Subjective and Objective Methods of Reform." Hla remarks were largely taken up with considering the question of State In? terference, which he considered from three points of view: Complete, partial and the municipalizing of public franchises. He spoke strongiy against the movement toward complete interference on the part of the State. Ho held that the most efficient methods of procrens were trades unions, arbitra? tion and in.lustrlal co-operation. "The Tress as An Educational Factor*' was the title of a paper by Major B. \ferwln, Editor of "Th.* American Journal of E location," of St. I.ouls. Bishop Maillon N. (?I'.bert. of St. Paul, next ad? dressed the Congress on "Church Cnlty." He sal.l that the question of Christian unity must not be confound??! with that of Church unity. They are tlally different. Christian unity has to do with the fundamentals of Christian belief and the princi? ple Of IndlVtdaal feeling and relationship. Church unity Is a ?piestlon of organism It deals with the adjustment of the Institutional. "We have Christian unity In fact. We have 'one Lord, one faith, one baptism,' " said he. "A common aim Is oura, to spread ?'hrlst'a kingdom among men." In regard to Church union h? was a prophet of optimism. To hla ?yea the outlook was replete with hop?. Already Christian bagues have he??n forme'l representing the les ?n?,* minds of three great Churches, which pro? pose to work on the basis of a union. A a norr.R CELOBOPOBMED ASD BOBBED AN ATTKMPT TO VBU THE ANAUl'HS.'UC OH HIS WIFH AWAKENS HER AM"? HEX SCREAMS nilOHTEN AWAY THE THIEP. A daring robbery occurred in Plalafleld, N. J., some tun?- Sunday night. A thu-f broke ?nto the hiuiio an?! store of H. Rathberg, who keeps a gro? cery store, and lives In the apartments over the Store. The thief visited the apartments, and after Chloroforming Mr. Hat h berg, went through his clothes, taking two pocket-books containing $.10. He bad previously visited the store and had taken four gold watches and a box of cigars. The thief next visited an adjoining r?->om where. Mrs. Rathberg was asleep. He attempted to chlor? oform her. but she was awaken.l and began to : i,. The thief dashed the contents of the bot? tle of ?hloroform over her, but ehe kept up her screaming, an I frightened the burglar ?way. The police men summoned, but the burglar had made his ? ?;??. DISSECTIN? " COIS'S" THUURIES. TYPICAL AMERICANS. From Ths Chicago Inter ocean. As a matter of fact, both disputants were poor country lads, an?l have worked their way up in life h\ honorable means In a business way they have had their ups ?nil downs and are b?)th well fixed bow. their property possessions being, however, a small measure of their success in life. They are highly creditable apeclmens of American eitlaens, each no doubt perfectly sincere In his championship of his views on linar.? .-. MR HOUR A FORMIDABLE ANTAGONIST. Prom The New-Orleans Times-Democrat. nan Hoir, of Mi?h!gan, who take.- the gold end of the debate, is a witty speaker and s verj keen arguer, ready id any moment to take ad rsnl ? an] weak point In his opponent's armor, anl t.? secure for himself tbe audience'a sympathies by giving a Jocular turn to the contest when It threat une dull. A DESERVED REBUKE. Phe Cl? i' l Wnrl l. Mr Hoir admin i deserved rebuke to his anl igonlat llsrvey for ssa iming that the people of the t'nlti '? States are fools tbe dupea of a lot of is by far the rule; dishonesty the 1 ik? v. n In and year ??'ir One almost ... o ?if the boards of Aldermen in the Itlea HARVEY "COMPLETELY FLOORED." From The st. Paul Pioneer Presa Th, report! of the ?lehate between H irr i i Harvej s re so gr? stly eond? ised th ? give i.?> a i???piate idea of the argumenta her aid? Hut from tbe mere r?f?renc?e made to the sutborttles quoted by Hoir, II Is evl i. ..- thai his antagonist waa completely floored on : -? propoaltton, th.it the ailver dollar was M tied by ths Coinage law of 17W is the sol?? unit Of value. MR HARVEY"! PERSPICUITY. Prom The Minn? ipolli Joun lL "Coin" Harvey's "demonstration" thai the Coin ? ... ;?, iras lurreptltlously passed and a ? ?v.?.? committed, l* aa clear a? mud. That bill ??.?s -.nt by Becretarj Routwei; ??? the senate aa earl) at April K, IffO. ????! the Senate sent copies of II to leading experta throughout the rouii tr\ asking th'-tr views Thirty .?xiieir? examined It and ?I?- lared Ihelr opinions, Mating that they p?t celved that the silver dollar was dropped uut of the coinage. MR. HORR Al A DEBATER Prom The ! ?a y ton Journal i; wel Q Horr, the champion of louad . i.i the debate with W H Harvey on th.* sil? ver Question, Is a publl apeaker ol rar.- gifts an?l great fondness for controversy and debate. He has .i ready wit. a fund of Illustration and anec? dote ii,?I withal an amount of accurate and Inter? , ting Information on all polit! al lubjects that make his speeches highly entertaining. 1.1K1. AM oi.I'-tim:: TOURNAMENT. i?*i in The Milwaukee. i . whole thing baa a queer, ?Id-time imack to it reminding one of th?? da) when gallants fac? i each other ?' tournsmenta snd b) herald pro clalmed th ? rich and rare qualltlea and the beauty ,.f ihe fair one tu whom he proposed to deliver the other*a acalp in case he gol ft. Bo these champions met and dared each other to combat, each formally s.ttlng f..rth what in,inner ?if ? goddcoo he fought for. MR HARvrra inconmetenct. Prom Ths Naahvtlla American. \ir Harvej ihe Populist free-silver ??ostia, in the coin*..* of his argument itated that he bad not sa i ?a i? he bad fore-?! the Treasury Department to ., i? correct a mistake In the official report of the Treasury. Vet. in "Coln'i Financial School i.., to Date." page i-, he states tii.it he had forced the Treasury Department I i correct an ?'nor In the Official report. HARVEY DODOINO ARGUMENT?. Prom The Tup? lia Capital. Mr Harvei made s pitiable aboaing In the second round of thi silver contesi with ex-Congressman Horr Pour points came up during the i ?uni. as followa i "Coin's" atatements thai the monetary conditions In ths fifteenth century resulted in s continual decline in the condition >>f tbe masses of the people I The question of the original standard of the I'm?, i Btatee In 17M I The allegad "crime" ? if 1S71 i The coinage ??f ailver prior to 1S7S. In n..i one .?f th???.* points except the last ?il?! Harvey face the question. At every lead b) H??rr the "slick little tm inder" dodged an?i ran. IN THE LANOUAOE OP THE PRIZE RINd. |.'r.?m Th.? Itochester lierai I The Harvey-Horr tournftmenl is progressing .mill great enthusiasm Horr bsi Ihs advaataga in e eight and yesrs, while Harvey has youth sad agility, There has been several counters, and one oi '??, hip locks, ??m no decided fall Harvey emote Ibirr over tbe head with Daniel Wsbeter and ihe "Congressional tllobe" appendix, and Horr re? taliated with a less,?n in American history. Betting, quiet, with no favai Ita as VIEWED IN' TOPERA. Proa Th.? Tipil?..! Bute Journal. Mr. Horr chose ths wisest curse f.?r Mm when he admitted that the silver dollar wae constituted by i.i? tbe unit ?if vain.? If he bad been .??> blind as t? maintain ss i-* dons by some goii-stan?iar?i newspapers, that a dollar is a mer?* abstract term, h?> wniild liuve placed iilmself In the clutches of the dreenbackeri 1 .? ?u?-li a way that be never could bava escaped, BOMB DEVIATION! NSCEMARY. Prom The Syracuse Btandard. Mr Harvey protests against ever* deviation from the order ?>f treatmenl in "Coln'i Financial School " it? theae protesta he perhaps endeavors t?> stave off tl.nslderatlon ?>f .? number of questlona snd i;<* may gel nd of some altogether, it is agr.?.*.i thai the debate shall pursue the or?ler ?if thai work, but ihe logical ??ss.?ci.?n.?n of topic? makes it difficult iiml undesirable to defer sun? of the Inquiries sug? gested by th.- earlier chapters. Mit. HORR'! DEFINITION! GENERALLY AC? CEPTABLE, Pion The Sj raeuse Itaadard. Bx-Congreeaman n<?rr ?reeterday stated in simple terms some of the principles at tin* foundation ?f u ?mind aystein of tlnanr?*. In some casen his ex prssslona are very happy. His statements and dell? nitinns will be general!} acceptable to honest-moaey men. if exception can be taken to anything, it fa to the assertion that the money metala Bhould be u?ed oal) .ii their commercial value. Silver haa Ions been received al more than Its commercial valu??, and can aafely he ao received while Ita quan? tity is limited and li la exchangeable for gold. KILLED KNEELING IS FROST OF A CAB A BUTCHER IN' BROOKLYN MEETS HIS DEATH BT THE TROIJ-EY IN TRY1NO TO EX? TRICATE A HORSE. Richard Paulsen, a butcher, of No. 248 Hoyt-st? Brooklyn, was Instantly killed last night at AM o'clock, by a Sackett-st. trolley-car on Its way to the ferry. Krank Murray, of No. 56 Cheever Place, was driving a delivery wagon down Hoyt-st., and had turned off the track to let the car pass. The horse. In some w?ay, turned back on to the track directly In front of the rapidly moving car, which struck it and wrecked It In a twinkling, pinning the ho-se down. A crow?! collected and a number of suggestions were made as to getting the hors* on Its feet. Paulsen saw what was going on, and with a butcher knife Joined the crowd. He waa soon kneeling by the side of the horse trying to cut the harness so that the horse could get up, which it finally did. While Paulsen was busy getting the wagon loose from the horse, Henry Marra, tha motorman of the car whl?*h did the damage, waa tinkering aroun.l his motor-box, which had been considerably Jammed In the collision. His car started forward without warning, and the crowd scattered. Paulsen was kneeling on the track en? grossed with his task, and <ll?i not hear or see the car. It was on him In an Instant, and by the time It was lifted off, he was dead. His body was re? moved to a nearby undertake? establishment, and the Coroner informed. Mam was arreste?! for criminal negligence. He says he thought the track was clear when he turned on the power. Daniel Heatty, the conductor, waa also arrested and locked up. H<- w*as on the side? walk taking a memorandum of the damaged wagon from Its ?Irlver, when Paulsen was killed, and did not see the accident. Paulsen Is survived by a wife and two children, now In Norway, visiting his aged parents In companv with his brother Henry, who owns the shop In Hoyt-st. Flint Co., of 4"? "Vea* 23d ut . now are the only house showing new, elegant Jesn-r.s in I-'urniiuie that delight the shopper?. ? ? DIED. FORI??On Sunday, 2tst. at her residence. No. ?07 Fifth iiv?, Elizabeth M., wife of John R. Ford. Relatives and friend? of the family are Invited ta the funeral ?ervlces OS Wednesday ?fu-rnu??n, 24th last.? at i o'clock. (?ll.HAM?On Saturday,. July 30, 1Mb Sfrmuel William ?Jiltiaiii. In hi? ni'h year. Relative? and fr?en?!* ?re respectfully lnvlte<l to attend the funeral ?ervlces at tils late residence, I.V.? West 13th ??., on Tuesday evening, July 21', at S o'cl.? k. H ART--On Sunday, July tl, at the r?-?ldence of hi? father, l.S West .?th-st., ?.?-orge E. H. Hart, aged M ye?r?. Funeral service? at All Arg"!?' Church. MM-st. and West End-ave., on Wednesday, July U4, 8t 3 o'clock p. Da. Interment at Woodlawn. Kindly omit flowers. Headquarter? li-d Res-lmeat, *t. fi. S. Y. Western Uculevard an?l ?8tli-st. N?W-York City, July 22, 1.8??. Order? No. Bt\ I. The commanillng officer, with great grief, announce?, the death of Major (MOM* E R Hurt, of thl? command, which occurred on Sunday. July 21. By his death the National Ouard of the .State, and thl? regiment In par tl?rular, ha? suffered an almost Irreparable los?. ?Jon ?rlentl'ius In hi? every duty, he wa? respected and be? loved by everv officer and member ef the regiment. II. Th? Second Battalion, consisting ef Companies A, D, E. I and K. In command of Major Hartlett. I? detailed a? escort, ?nd will assemble at the Armory In full ?ir?-?? uniform on W-dnes?la>. July 24, at 2:15 n'eXock p. m. The Field Staff. N??n-Commlf?loned Staff and First Ret tnlton will assemble at ?he Armory In full drew uniform with ?Ide arm? a' the same hour. B? onler cf CUIeael ?'air.p (Oflli-lel.) STEPHEN F. HART. Adjutant. JOHNSON Suddenly, on Sunday morning. July 21, Jere? miah Hornet Johnson, ?Meet son of Jer?. Johtwon, Jr. Relatives an?] friends are Invited to ??tend the funeral service? al hi? '.a'.- resMsaca, N .. BBS Te"fcr?on-ave., Rr?x>klyn. at s o'clock, on Tuesday evening, July 2S. LAWRENCE At I'srts, Frarce. on July 20, Alice, daugke ter of the late William T. an?l Sophie C. Lawrenc?. I.YI.ES- Ajn Monday, July 22, l*-f?.,. H.-r.ry Lyle?. Jr., Is hla Tilth year. Funeral ?ervlces at hi? late residence. 1,00*. Flatbuah ave., Brooklyn, on Thursday, the 25th lust., at 3 p. m. Kindly omit flowers. HUI IIIIWII I S?Sd?al|. at Plalnfleld, N. J.. Rev. W. 3. Macd'.weil. Funeral nervines from Ills la?e residence, SS 1^- ave. !:. k I ? ,-.. Tuesday evening. July 23, at 8 o'clock. Interment In South Ryegate. Vt. MORAN-St hi? residence. N*. 12 Fast Md-st., on Mon ?lay morning. July 22. Charles Moran. Funeral service? at Trinity Chape!. 2f>th-?t., near Broad? way, on Wednesday, July 24. at 10 a. m. STUART?At White I-ake, New-York, on Jily 20, 1R05. Ellzabe-h M., daughter of the late William and Jane M Stuart. Funeral services at her late re?.??-n-.e, !'">> Hast 10th-st., on Tuesday, 8d mst., at il a. m. TOI>I?-At rt?ll?B?ll?BII I'ler, July 10, Hannah Treco thick Austin < ?lOlldge, wife of the late Reuben J. T,?d.l WE1ANT?At Ha.erstraw, N. ?.. Judge George W. Welaat, July '.*o, i*-.f*r. Funeral service? at the Central Preshvtenan Church, Hav-rstraw, n T*MSday, M4, ?t 1 ?? clo?.lc. int..,m?nt at M^jtit Repose Cemetery. la Memoria m. At a meeting of the Vestry i f the Church of ?he In? carnation, held on Monday, ihe __,1 day of July, MM, th? following Minute was unanimously adopted: "An all wise and overruling Providence has ren. ve_ "s-, M-nly by ?1 a'h our beloved and esteemed Rector, "H-- Arthur Iirs.k?. I?. I). In the death of Dr. Hr.H.k? "this Church has sustained an Irreparable loss. His ' kin lly, generous. Christian character endeared him M "every member ..f hi? congr?gatlofl, and his constant and "persevering activity In bla .-.illlng. his charitable kind ?rard the entire community, together with hi? ? personallt ? left sa UaperlahabU n, ,nu "rnent not .n!\ In ?he hearts of his own ?hur? h member?. "bul ani.ngst all who were s-j fortunate a? to be brought "in Intercourse with him. ri a n.- t. r 1er our sympathetic and tender ? I It., e. m th, r of nne-.itsh and lonetlnesa "commending her I ?? fi in when.-? ?rue con. "?olctlnn ran "n!v be derived, an 1 in which her trul? "Chrlfian faith has taught her to place her r-Hance " FREDERICK K. HVI?K. C'.erk of the Vestry. MOI M Mom CKMKTKKV. M-M'NT HOPE, WE8TCHESTER ???l'N'TT Of*?ce. ."--ii Sixth ave.. N. Y. TEI.Kl'HONE Oso, lSth-St, Tfce kfiilr?, raSSStSBT. located en the Hir'.enr Railroad fortjr-elght min .tes' ri.? fruin the Grand Centra Depot '?(Tic-, t? Ka-t 42d 5t. ?prcial Notices. Jwbnunls. "King rf Kstursl Table Water*.'* S I 1 Everywhere. A mnlaen dimpled, rtaluly. fair, With hazel ,.%.?* ?;. ' rumpled hair. w.is asked "Thai as? ?he beighi ?f Mis?. Slie i. r ? - m p? I y at..?were.?.. " Tl? a kiss, '? ! that ?lie kissers won't Neglect teeth c|e:m?lrg SOZODONT." l*-j*l??fll?-e N.nl.-e. Foreign mills for the ?????. ending inly 27 will cloa In all esees) nt ?his oflu-e .is fntio??; TltANSATI.ANTI.- MAM.?.. TVESDAT- At 4 a. m. for Bui ye, per s s. Spree, via Boutba-npto) and Bremen (?Htm I r Ireland aassl be ted "per Spree" i. WEDNESDAY vt '.''?> -? m. for Ireland, per ? s. Ma lestlc. via gneensf.iwn ?letters f.?r other parti ?' E'ir? p* mu?t be directed "pee Majestic'*); .?t ? ? m ??uppl? ment?ry li? s. mi It Eu;.;,. . per s. s. New York, via Southampton. THCRSl'AY At s ? m. (?uppletnen??ry I'S) i. m i for Europe, per s. s. K. Bismarck, via Cherbourg. S,mth amptott ;?n I Hamburg. SATURDAY At 4 .i m for Prance, Switzerland. Italy, Spain. Portugal. Turkey, Egvpt and Rrttlsh India, ; er ? ?. i.i Champapr?*'. *?!? Havre; at S JO a. m tor der? many, per s. s Cm?, rl? BaaiB?B (letters fur other parts of Europe, si i > ithsmpton .iti?l lirenier. must be directed "per Ems"?, a? 6 a. m. for Europe, per ?. s. Campania. \ is Queen?town lletleis for Oermany ir. ist be directed "per Camp?ala"); si ** ? m. f,,r Scotland ??'.rect. per s a Anchor's, mi Qlsssow ?letters must he ,' ,..c,'. "per Anchor!?"); si li .1 m f?: Netherlands direct, per ? s Basan Ism, via Rotterdam ?tetters must be directed "p?-r Spaarm'am"). After the closing ?f the ?upp|ementai*jr Transatlantio n mied at>??\'-. addltl : ?l ?upplementar- mills are pened on the pier? of ? ? l?m< n *Cng?l?h, French snd ''.?'rm.-in ?teomeis. ?nd remslll pen Bntil ?ithln ten minute? ,,f the hour ( ?-?'! nc ?>f steam?-r. MAILS FOR SOl'TH ANO ?KNTltAI. AMEI'.I? A. WEST IM'IKS, KTi'. TVESDAT AI I2 to. tot m llreet, per s. s Mira ?iii.o fletten iaa?t he directed "per Mam , ",, at l ? m for North Urarll. per s s. Llslxitiense. via Para. Mamnli.iin itid Oar? (letter? fT other part? of Brazil must be directed "per Ulihoatss?"); si 1 a m. for Jamaica and i':ii?. i'.t?..-i?s, per s. s. ?Messe?, ?letters for )tell/e. r.uatemsla ?id l'uert? Cortes must be du?led "pei I'leasev "; a? ?il |? m for Santa Martha. per s. ? Temar!, fr. .m Mew-Orleaae; ?1 *3 p m. for i'?is?a Rica, via Limon, p?-r k s. A. l'umois. frvim New orl'-an.? WEDNESDAY At ?l a. m. f??r I?? Plata countries direct, per s. .? Plasman; at 11 a. m. ???implement irv 11 3A a. m.) f ?r Venezuela and ?'?ira, a?, al?.. Sa?.milla, via Curacao, per s ? l'hlla.lelphta il.tters f ?r other part? of Colombia mu?t he illrecte.l "p?'r Philadelphia" 1; at 1, p, m fer i'iiIi?. per ?. ?. Sene. a. via lia? .111,1. at *i p. m. for II.?.*? del T.,r>. per s s Jarl. fnnn Mobil?;' a- '.? p. m. tor Port .\iu?,.,i". pei h. s Eiheiwoid, froia 11 ?ion THURBDAT At S a m. tor n?rmu?1s. ?per s. s. Trinidad; ai 1 | ? ? p in.?/', 1. Oape Ha?ti, floaalTfa. st Maro nn.1 P?!? ,le i.itx per s 1 Delaware; si 2 p. m. for P 1 ? Iti?-?%llr?-vt, per s. s S. uth ?'ambrlo. FRIDAY At ?.1 r t" for Basse !'l T.-ro. p.^/e?. ?. Ful BATt'RDAY il H? ?? m isupplementa-y I/*) a. m.) for F'.rtune l?l?nd. Jamal?-? and Savanllla./e?r., per a. Al?ne ?letter? lot Costa BIOS, via I..11, A,, must b? dl-. rected "per Al?ne"), ?t !?> M ? nw^V?-?r Camp.vh?. l'hl'ipns. Tabasco, Tmpain ?nd Sye?tkt.. per a. ?.; Yucatan Heiter? for other parts of yfex\co\ and for <T*ubW must ha dtreeted "i"*r Taeataa")? ?/ 11 ?-Vi- for New? foundland, per ?. s Pnrtla / \. Malls for Newfoundland. t?v rail t.. VUll?ax. ??il thence li? ?t.-ltner ?lo??? .it ".?In , m.e .til!. V _BP P jE M?lle f..r Ml'iuelon, by rail t.. 11. ?t n and f*?s*atim^ steamer. ,,.?.? it this office dally ?t I :ii? p m Mall? for Cuba close at thl? "tflce dally at 7 ?. m. for forwardln? by ?learners ?ailing (Mondays ?ni Thurs.Uvsi from Port Tamps, Fla M??ls for Mest?*-., o-rerlsnd, unless specially ?,|?lre?s?d f??r diSSStBS !?>' ?t.?mer. clo?e at this offlc? daily at 7 a. m. TltANS T'A''IFli' MAILS. Malls for Ihr Boetety l.-lan.lv per ?hip City of Pane'M (from San Prsnctsei ), I ??? here dally up to July 3) ?t 1; .-,11 |. n, Mslli f. ; China Japan sad Hawaii? per ?. ? City "f Peklnp ifto.iii San Fran.-lsco), ?lu?e here dallv up te Jill? M ?< ?'? ;l" !> ?n. Mall? Cr Hawaii, per ?. s. AuStrSlI? ?fl"?i? "'an l-'liii)<-ls.-.?l ci.is?- here dall) up to .lui? M i? ijSO p. ???. Mall? for China and Japan, per ?. ?.* E.i. nvnie (from Ta?- nia?, close her- SsBy up to Julv ?2H 111 ?I :u? p. m Mall? f..r China and Japan ?.??eciHliv aildr.-ss-.i .-nix ?. i?i 1 ? Empress of India (from Vancouver), close here dally gp |,, lul> ?-*? at Bi.lO 1? m. Mall? f??r A nul rail? (except West Australia) Hawaii and FIJI Islands, per s. s \Vi?rrln??tn (from Van", cuver), clnae here lallv ?fier Julv 10 and up te August ?:? at ?I .1?) p tn. Mall? for Au?trails (except (h-se for Wesi Ausiralia. ?huh at?- forward?,! via Europe) N'ew /.-al?n?t 1I1W..II, J-iJl ?nd Snm.ian Islands per s. S> Martpoaa (from San Francisco), close her? dallv up to August ?17 a? ?:8o p m. <??r on arr)v?l at New-York of s s Etrurl? with British malls for Au?tr?lla). ?Registered mall -lo??.? si ? p m ?.re?. Icis d?v 'HARI.E8 W DAYTON Postmastsr. ?PoeteflUe. Kew-Torit. fc T.? Jt?i U. IBtA ^^