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TALK ABOUT TURP AFFATRS. !
HAN'OVr.n to BI BCOOBtf M W, K. VAN JiKRltlLT. J.BUHIULT10II ON THE rnMiNn ORF.AT race tiik ibbbbihr roai vonamm uiaiaaia RajaUatHaa hava aaaa aoing on for some t.me , f,r the pancavaaa of Hanover. Ulltaa Young'* fa Bgaaa raeehorse an.l ?ire of wlnners. It ls like.y | th.it the nilghty Hanover. who was ra'.led Whlte Wings bv his ndmlrers when h* araa a three-year- , old ls now or aoon wll! l>* the pr.iperty of Willlam K Vaiiderb.lt. Tn* purchase prlce ls aald to be 888,881 ln Hanover Mr Vanderhllt wlll have a stalllan that ahoedd aaaka ? i.rilllant record ln Fran e. WBratfl Mr. VaadsTbltl Intend* to breed thor Ceugtlbredl 00 a aioderatO scale. lf Hanover Is brrd taa Kret-.c), mares from the best beOOd llnea IB France. Mr. Vanderbllfa ventnre in hraad Uag WBI probabrv STOVe a areat suocess. If he makrs the mlatake of bree.llng atioh a well-trlerl stalllon as Hanow to mires who have never pro docsd a falr claaa seiimg piater. the aenricaa of Hanover wlll be thfWWfl awajr. Hanover a eareer 0.1 tho turf waa fnlly a< brllllant as that of any other three -year-oM In recer.t y.-ars. Ifl tha IM his Bttcceaa haa beee phenomenal to a marked de gre* Harovrr la a real Pefcndcr of the American thoroughi.re,: Hanover akma of all of Mr. Vander bilfs purchases for his breedlng-farm in France is a worthy repreaentatlve ol tha American thorough bred Manv turfmen rvgret that Mr. Vanderbllt did not seloct hlgh-elaaa American broo.l mares for hla bree.llng VI nture m France but all turfmen hope that the lots he has secured may nroduce horses capable of wlnning race* t, |fl s'ngular that Mr. Var.derbilt dld not try b-eed'.na thoronghhrcds ln this country as an experl ??. before emharklng Ifl the hazardous ealllng in France Thla la nol his Biwt experlence ln raclng or breed ng '?-? rge MeCallagb was once the property o' Mr Vanderbllt, and waa a uaehil sort of a racer Ihs Old daga The horse waa not raced as Mr. Vanderhllfa propertjr. hal was entered ln the name ?f an ohllalng policeman. ln those days some of Wr Vanderhllfa acquaintances freqoently aaked ?v he .11.1 not go tn for ra.dng on an extenslve scale Hla B)wai4ahie answer was: "Somebody else may own an 1 traln the horse*. and 1 wlll be con tent to bet on them." WEDNKSDAY'S BIfJ RACE. The |We-apec1 of a prent race between Domino. Henry of Nararre and Rey El Santa Anlta on W'edneadar has Bel the tonguea of the tralners to wagglng. BJieegoara and others who are interested ln ractai have taken sides. and each of the preba ble eanteataata has hla partlaaaa There are many. bowever, who r'n thelr faith to Clifford and are anxious to aea him aAded to the 11st of probable starters. One ml'.e and a furlong should test the quartet thoronghly. The dlstance I* BUCh that It wlll try then s-verel/ and brlng lo the surface thelr hichest quallflcatlOBfl for speed and enduraace, as nearly every lxpert hotseman who talks ghottl the race predli la thal the pace wlll be a hot one from poat to Bnlah That aaeh racaa atrike the pop ular faaey is exerapllfied by the nanerona propoal tlona made to bel on the result. Ona bet was made by a leadlng layer of odklfl Ifl Delmonico's on Bat arday ntghl wltb an adnitrer of Rey el Banta Aalta, who reeelved the gwaerooa odd? of R.088 to 8388 against the Callfornlan. Now the strangest incldent about the hettlng ls thal many of the men who talked learnedly about apiintaaa ?nd the deslrablllty of a raee at nine furlongs refused to accept even money ahoat Henry Of Navarr*. but asked for < dds of 8 to 5. Domino was the favorlte in general estimation. Of eaaraa, aJI bets made so far are with the proviso that all three horses start and that lf Cllfford Is adde.l the bets are off. HlLDRBTH ON "HEY." Samucl Hildreth. who tralns the Santa Anita Blablra. has labarad under a heavy han.llcap since tha season began. K. J. Baldwln's stable has man sgers. assistant maiiagers. Hroadway trainers and a large foikwing nf adrleers, who maaaga to keep Mr. Haldwln in a state of constant irritation and the stable in eonatant turmoll. Bamuel Hil? dreth. ln splte of the obstacles pUced ln hla wajr, has succeeaed ln working the horsea in hla cara into flrst-class condltlon, as their races at Sheepa head Bay plain.y show. Rey Kl Santa Anlta la and haa been a mystery to the publle and to tha bettors. Here la Mr. Hlldreth's opitilon of Rey K. Banta Anita in his own language: "Rey is a mnch abuaed horse, an.l the publlc have formed an opin ], n that ha is an erratic, In-and-out, tincertaln horse, who ls wholly Inconslstent and a soiin? af conatailt dangor to the bettors who put their money on him as well as the peraooa who t.et against him. He has earned a bad name throiigli no fault of his own. Rey ls one of the truest run i.iiir. most , inalatent performers on th* turf. You may smllc, but can you plCh OUt a slngle race In which he wa* riddin by a good jockey that htf illd not Wln?" "Ilow about the llrooklyn race wlth Clrlffln up?" was aahed hy the writer. "(ih' yes, that Brooklyn raea when Griffin roc}* hlm was tbai a pecuilar race? 1 wlll anawer the queatlon myself. Qrlffln could hardly restraln Rey tn that race; he hit his pastern in going around the I ?! ' aot waol Jockeya who are 'has beena' wlth a satchel full of explanatlons t,, ride Rey; wh.it I do want la an energetic, llve jockev. who knows how to rlde, .md lf Rey Kl Santa Anit.i is beaten Ihe horse thal beata him can safelv go to England ai I try for the money with the best horses .,v.-r there. I Intend to keep Rey El Santa Anita in th. lf poaalble, rather than have hlm rldd. n by ? jockeya who have injured the fame and preatlge ol one of the best racehorses ever aad lle.i tn this countrv." Sanuiel Hildreth is a palnstaklng, skllful tralr.er. and has been emin.ntly Buccessful wlth the horses '.' tralned in past years and has w in many ? . flflth E. J. Baldwln'a horses durlng the "preM-n: s"h- m. The prosneet of a retur .V.iuc. ..<-?,..-v j...,,. d. ' ampbell galned fame by wlnning' and runnlng promtnently ln the great bandPaps ever a dlaUtnce of gr .und Who of tha vast 'Tow.i that wltnesaed Balvator wln the Subui ban Handieap can evet forget the gian . tween Balvator iuid Casalus? The former wa* tralned by Matthew Hvrnes. anl Caaslus bv John S. <'amp? bell. Matthew Allen tralned horses that wm at the lor.g dlstancea In the good old days when two-m.le Xaces were Ihe rule and not the exception MAY HAVE T<) DO ?OMBTHINCI l*I-SE. Many of the trainers who sulk ?t the proapecl ef any race at a dlatance upward ?,f the furlonga wlll be eompelli-l to s> ?k other calllnga Some of the breedeis may B* COmpeUed tO retire. Ksta: meutH that have furnlsh.-d horses for the rr.r-rry-go round ira k>- aad fot the ahorl dlataaca races ?t the leadlng liacka are lik.-h t" .is.ippf'ir Ifl the near fulure. Slre-; ol aprlnteri .:. I many of the worth Ie* maret tint produ i them an- likely to r, the "Plngrae" treatmenl and ).<- ehloroformed by tneir owiu-rs a< a money-BavIng precautton. probable that ., radlcal cnange wil) be made in the condltlont of s'lling rarea The farcee thal havi been called s.llitig races In the past ha-.e bsen ? Injurlous t" irt'-ing. There .,?. ao manv men who deilght ln anythlng imaoks of Engllsh methodi tl il I urprl* Ing that some of ihe besi Engllsh turf featurei are inti f. Turf leadert an cllned to rui en turfmen wh<> tell u atoriei Bb t tl.. - experlei.a on the Engllsh lurf th*>t lt might be well f.r the Jockey Club ind thi neral to take up the Engll tor aelllng races in thla ccuntry. There is fsel, bowever, thai ahr a I An erl, aai underatand thal -. thal nobody ever *a? ai lish trainer or loekev ln thi COUntrj ln -,;,r' h of s? Bltuatlon. Engllsh breedera, ownen and ra Ing men appi .... taient; nsequent'y wh.-t: talent ls de ? th" highesi ui.iik, t prlce la pald for lt. It - ? to th< weakllnga of th.' Engllsh turf that Americsna shoul.l look for lr.forrration ln regar.1 lo reformlng th.- methi.d* of racing. II I* auiazing thal horai ownen aubmtl to the pernlcloua system of selllng racea thal prevallB ln this nelgh b>,rho,xi. Futurltv wlnners have started as m-HInK phatera High prices, ?.-:. up In the thouaanda, have been pald foi & raea that hava t.een entered m se i Ing racea a faw *.-.ks Ut.-r for a few hunared dollars. Dlapense iltogethei wlth the slidlng acaie of the entered prlce and make the condltlont roi every horse entered to be aold f..r the Bame amount, no mait.-r wh.-th.r it lt 1W or 88,000. Ten-thouaand horset are ti Kjuently entered t" be aold ."r 3000 hen ?. Il wil mak.- no material dlfference aboul the tBtered prlce of anv hors as n.'t' or ? loim horaea aa th. Engllah turfmen do In Blaaoat e\fr> sfiling ra I BUBDCK OBBTREPEROUB JOCKBTB. sloeaaver, under the eaa*dlt*aaa aeapoaed, tl.e wetgh! ? arrled would perm'.t the heaVJ wetghl Jockeya to ride far m"j<- freojuenUy than und.-r tha j, . ? ?,: .-ysieni. Kt.ergeti. ui. ns.it.-* should be tak.-n to sul.'i'i.i ar.d lame th.- obetreperous JOCkSga I .. , l.l.iy th. start UB alrr.o?t e\.-iy ra<-e. It l? t.y ? h* to fine them, as lh^ ownen. foi whom lliey ride pav the flnes. \o Jockey wlll rlde in a race ir ia expreaa'.i atlpulated wlth the owner that all flnea Imoosed hy the atartei wlll bs horne by the owner. II would be ? bleaalng, Indeed, if eertain |o keya had been ? oa ihe tlrs' day ol II - .-". epahead May meetlng Handaprlng la rapidly recoverlng from ih.- Injurlea be rscslved ln the ra-.- for thi Futurltv Btakea He dld not lle down for five daya an! nlg.'its. and wasted away nearly one bundred and Bfty pounda II. .,uld not place hls foot on the ground without flinchlng untll a few days ago. Handspring Is Ukedy to start at the (iravesemd meellng, when hls nwner. Phlllp .1. Pwyer. la rnnftdent that he wlll regaln lil* loat MUfXlX. . . ?-?? Patrtch iMinti- ia m Cateaao, wfcerx nia aaatbar ia aaaaereualy II. Mr i"""1' Kj?"* !?., gvpav" in ibe Weet, owlxi te hla Intenae pa Rar xxxAa. axlllaa aad 'wdlna tborotiahbrerl horaea He racea hla boraea t.- wln an.l aen.ia them io the pa.ai m eondltlon lo rxoe. Hc doea not race them exeeealvxly. and to tha fxel mxy.be Bt trlbuted the Ixrae number of wtanlaa raeai txxl xre , i i hli horaea. , , ,., M. Heavy btrttlna haa been tha rula al th* Bhi i h, i I li.iv tn.-. tlna Joeeph I'liman. I..-. mi I the \v."i.'ff. layer, ol odda IRXl ll " - ' ihelr own beeldee a lot of K..et.-rii money thai waa bel agHinat tho Weatem botaea ihal hxve s:aite,| ;ii Rheenabead May. Th.- Clxrke-Vlllepiaiie clambaka at Bheepahead Hay yeaterday aft?*rnoon *?? a htghly aucceaarui affalr. Lander'a lt.in<l dlacourxed ezcellenl rnuale Kv.rvbo.lv preaent wa* hlahly plexxed an.l a vote of thanks WH.s glven to the m.magera. AFFAIRS IX BROOKLYN. THK BQUARRLE OF THE |R>?TMEN. W. .1. MORRiaOM OaVBR HIX VBRSIOB Of TRR RX- : CITKMENT AT THK r.iN\ KNTMN 08" I.KT TKR-CARRIKHS IN I'Hll.ADKI.I'lDA. A larjre number of the Brooklyn letter-cnrr'crs ' who attcnded the annual conventlon of tho National ABBOrlatlon of l>'ttei ('arrlors. in PbllXdelpbla week, returne.l to Hrooklyn yeaterday. They bad latorxetmg atortea to tell of the exeiting acei whlek marke.i tbe eloae of tho laat dxy'a sessinn Wkeat WlltlXXB J. Morrisi.n announocl hlins. If a CXn didate for a place on tbe I.efc-islatlon Committee. Mr. Morrlaon was aeeo at his home. at No. 818 Ber aattVafa.. laat night, ?. xl gave the foltoartni ? planatlon of the hostllity dtfXCtet] agalnst hlm on Ibe pitrt of tho New-Vork lettasr-carrltwa. "Thoro haa boen 111 feellng between Hrooklyn ar.d New-York carrlers over alnce tbe Inlianapolls COB ventlon two or throo yoars ago. Conteatlna delefx- ] tlona were aont to In.ltanapolis by tho KolfbtX of | I>?hor and tbe National Assoclatlon hranrhes of tho New-Tork letter-carrlera. Th.- latter were aeated and tho Knights of Habor people alwayi blxrned ""' f..r a larae ahare of the tvuubb- they expei then. Whi> thev ha<I no candldate of thelr own l< the committee on Lealalatlon, tbey paaaeJ tne wor.i uroun.l to down me If 1 came up for anyt, araa In tbe eorrldor ?f the conventlon haii the balk.t araa belnx taken nn the Lealalatlon Com? mittee vacaney. and the voting had been ?? ?'?' ? cloaed lual before I went ba.-k Into the nall. I araa read] to cast the 12 -ote* of our delegatlon, and as thev eonstltiited tho balan.???? . f power. my appeai for a chance to cast my vote raused somr-thliiK or | ?n uproar. Tho cbalrman declded thai the votea mlght be caat, an.l when his declslon was appealed , from bv a New-York deiegate his dectaioa waa XttB- l talned dj a vote of -v" to hi. , . i??,?j ?Then came tho vote dlrect. and I was.e eeted over Mr. llonobo. of Vlrglnla, bv i vote of 987 to m Now that th.- matter ls dee dedby a tnatorttj vote , UVere wlll be no more trouble. Tbe Nxw-Tork ele ratee have no Intentlon of queatlonln* Ibe iraJIdtty of the conventlon - l fur as I .an ,earn. | IN AlP OR CUHAN BOLDixTRR Biaex the orK.-in'.7.ation ln Rrooklyn, aboul two year* ap. of the Hi.las d? la Uberdad (Dauxhtera \ of Llberty) the efforta of thla club of Cuban a have been unremlttit.K ln aid of the rOTOlUtlonlata in thelr country. Aa membera of the xaaoc itlon, thev bxvx mi'lo recnlar monih'.y eontrtbutlona, and i: ,v t.. -ti Bueca aeful otbera ae In ? W ilnlna I Thk evenlna tbey wlll open a leaeroualy atocked baxaar bn the PaxnRh flmrrt? CTiurcb, ..! Jxy tnd Jobaxoa Btx., foi th,- beneBI of wxaxaded Cuban i Tba plxa la favored by the paal >r, the J Rev C, a. Moya. The anaJMrementa ar.- In of ilra Natlvidad H. de fiaiio. preaWent ? ,.;,,.. I'eiiria San.-h.-z. ae.-r.-tarv . ?nd fther proml nem wonlen, the organlaatlon conalattng of more ihan .. hundred membera Theai offlc ra, with thelr BBBOclatea, have arouaed much enthu among ihe Cuban reaklenu ln New-York and 1 hn. who are glvlng all poaalbl* aldI to I l. tu work. The Amerlcan women hxre alao llThe toterlorCgof the church ls to he aalorned with , Cuban and Amerlcan Baga. Rarae^yomt Cuban women are to prealde ovei tl..- dlfferen I i rmong "hem belng Elvlra Roaala, K-s.rr, .: Alllna Rodrlauea, Amerlca Dlax, Locy Potta ai ' Th.-1 falr wlll be open on three coiiaecutlve even Inaa Thi Bpanlah-Amerlcan Church, ln Brooklyn, la one of th- centrea of patrlotlc actlvlty, a Bunday-achool has betm orxaniaed Into a mlliuo brlgade, -??? THK RIDRNOUR CARR AOAIN. T'i* caaa axalaal Prtacrpal WBUam R Rldenour, , vho had charge of Publlc Bcbool No. 43. In Bi st., and was .siispenae.i by tbe Board of Bdu at a meetim; in August. aaxumed another last nlxht, when Chrlxttax Reca, thhteen yeari old, , of No. 191 Boerum-at, made tha followlni ment. Miss B?JCk sai.l: "I waa at my bOOM evening of .luly 18. when MRa Hauptman. a I in the nchool, came to my bouat and a^kei my j mother to allow me to go to a receptlon whlck waa to ba held at her houa-. ) dld not wa:,: my brother Inalated that I abould. Whenil reach. the house a man who reproaented hlmaelf aa a re? porter after a.-ki.iK me a number il queatlona, oaked whether Mr, Rldenour hadm over' kiaaed me. ?\ir Rldenour kiss.-.i m-- once. I aald ft tnai waa when i waa araduated from hla aehool. rhen the man. wh.. aald be was a reporter, made m aign my name to a paper whi.-h. I Underatand. w,.< a autemeni on whi.-h tbe cbargea xxjatnfl Prlnclpal Rldenour were made." . i Neither Miss H.uptman. who llvea at No. ZX ledge-at., noi Mi Btraub could be teen i.i-; nisht. | The glrl. Chrlatlna Beck, la the daughter ai An- , dr'w- D.-.-k. the Demoeratlc leaii-r of tba aix teenth Ward. ATTACKED Mis PATHER WITH AN AXR Corneliua Hanlon, alxty-two years old, ol No. 14 Ash-st.. is m tho Eaatern Dlatrlel Hoapltal, euffer ing from a probabi. fra.-turc of the akull, whlle ihe pollce of the Oreenpolnt-xve, Btxtlon xre look Inx for his twenty-year-old aon Mlchael, who aa aaulted his tather. Thi so:-. and bla pareni -. .i and the aon, s.-izinK an av.-, Btrucx nia father over the arm, and then. salnKiiiK n aga n, felled hlm by a blow on the head. Nelghbora appeared in timo to aave the eldei Haalon rrom When the ambulance was called the m away and ih.- pollce ao far h.nv been una ? fimfhlm. Tho doctore al tho boaplUl say ihal Hanlon wlll llve. NO MONKY F<"J? NIOHT BCHOOUB. A meottoa of the Roard of Bducatlon wlll t to-night and action will be taken toward tbe open Ing of nlirht schools. for whlch tho Roard of Eatl mate has ma h- no apprOprlaUon. FTve i?. cioa. I 11 'i;e Board cannoi approprlate aome ?1 tlio funda whlch nn- uaed for lay a. boola, ileprivinc over tlvo thousar..) worklng m women of Inetructlon ln the achoola. Mayor Bchleren, lt ls aald, is oppoaed to the openlng ol the schools for night aeaafona, A MKMORIAI, TARLET UNVEILED. A memorlal tablet in bOWOr of the late Itov. I j. Bheehy, rector ol st Ambroae'a Cathollc Church, at DoKalb and Tompkins avea., was unvelled laat niKht in the prexence of a ktrge audience. The ub ict i" of bronze. aboul six feel rong and R?ur wlde. tt was aexlcaed by ?)? Morettl, xnd repn Father Bheehy ln the acl of xddrxxalna hl Bregatlnri. wllh a brevlary In his left band. "'?? ' the inacrtptloxa brtefly aketched bla llfe. Thi r. .1 "W" bave lovod hlm in llf--. l.-t UI forget hlm ln doath." Poatmaater An.lf.-w i . Iivan, chalrman of the Mernorinl CorJirxlttee, made the presentation addreaa Th. tablet wiu foi .. i t.v the Rev. M ii Carey, acl ng ? Father Kl-lv rjeltvered a eulogy on th* dea i j m nalguor McNamara and Chancelloi Mltchell wen preaent. The tablet is attachi i to the wall ol tbe church near the baptlatnal 1 OATHERED AHOUT THK TOWN. Hexltb Commlxaloner Bmery has Informed In ?pectora that In Inapectlng typhold fever caaea they niiisi xnd oul where the mi.k thai had been by the patlent was obtalned, and alao if ihe patienl had rocently beex out <>f town. ln <-as.s <>f .iipii theria he wanta similar iBformatlox about lha milk. There are 988 BtBxfeatfl reRisterr-i |n the ; High School. Durtng the flral ????< k of Beptei :w>4, there were >C2. Aboul tbr. <? hundred and flfty new puplla were admltted tn:o the treahmen . kxXXxXB. A but.) year is expectod. EXXreXB a<enta In Hrooklyn a?ree ln BXylnf 'I ll thelr builness durlnK tl nevei been equallad. They eatlmata tl il Augual 81. ? ? people bave returned t.> ihe cltj fr-.m out-of t v. 11 jioints everj day. Th.- openlng of the waa the cauae of bundrcis of f.im Bea returnlng. Beiekiee were XcM yeaterday In tbe "lowei tom ple" o.' :he n.-w Kirs; Baptlai Church, -it Thlrd ave. and Bckermerfcorn-at. lt wlll be montha before tbe antlre bulldlng ..; completed. For about two yeara tbe m mben ol thi church save beex bolalna Bunday aenrlcea In ti" Ai ademy of Maxle, xad the us.- <,f the new- church, even un.ler iimltjtio.'i... la .i greal reUef i-> them. The Temple wlll 001 be dedlcxted untll th* audltorlum ia Illiish^-i Mra. Margaret H.-h.-nkenb^rger, rlxty y.-urs ...,|. o* No. 66k Hart st.. whiie on a visit yeaterday t<> ber daughter, Mrs. Anine Klaxbetl, f*U 04 id ln the latt.-r's apxrtma .i.i AMIMTOOKATJO ftr.v/VA.v.s Krom The fadlXAXpolla Joiirn.i! -A* your gwainlfatii.-i ma ?? bla monaj li I pweaume," i asualiy ramarked Lord lawlal "Yes. rnlord," anawerad tha young Amerlcan glrl, "but ln a callina that ti.,- nobllltv have noi dladallie-l the r<al eatato biiailK-aa. iiellllig (JtU . you know." NEW8 FROM THB SUBURB& WB8TCBB8TBB COVNTY. ViiNKHIH. The mi-mher* of Kltchlng Cost. No ?fl. Q A. R, ?,.,,,,.,, .. ,,., ,, f,.t the Ratkmal BitoanjMBBtaat, at Leoulsvllle rhei aaaamhlnd a1 th.dr hea.i.jueirter* at . i I, taa afternoon and took the 2..V) traln over the Rew-Tarai and Palaan Rallroad for How v. rh aad lefl Jataeji dty at i ..vio.-k. Jodga Advo cati Oeneral Matthew H. Bllla of Phlladalphla, ar nved at " nkara on Baturday nlfhl aad weal to the ,,,,?..?. with I'ast D.partm.'lit Comin.ii,d -r John C. rfliotts. over the New-York Central Rall? road. The Common Councll wlll tneet thls evenlng Amona tbe more Importaal mattera to be canaMsred sVeDUbll batha. \' ihe Iaal meetlna. the Mayor waa Suthorlaed lo appolnl i commlttee lataM aa a sultable alte foi Ihem, and It is < xp? te.i u e ui> Attornev wlll preaenl the dra.'t of a blll Hiithorlzlng the ssulna ol boi li lo meei the expenae. , eetlna of the Young Men's Repub llea. CIU ?'?? W'.-t'h.st.r COttfltl wlll be held ta ' ' ': lh* '"'b' fts^asia ^ahicera" j-;?'?? J*? ' 83 vl.-e^esHen^'r-or'or.g ' .l"1,.,'t"; I'lv.'T-JnrmitteemenlntheThlr.l. : FAU?peca.al n?eethlnaf^Mh? Commlttee on <'ons.ru, llon of the Board of Bducatlon has been callel for , . ,? ,g ? conalder bida for the erectlon of a h , Ih,,,,.. m Kntihall-ave. and t.. prepare V. '? rertort for the meetlna of the Board to-morrow niMhi v' tt i./bili a, hooli wlll open thli m in ng ' Th ? Be" S .1 l.rl'.n. of this clty. asslstai.t edltor j .,,?.,,?, sdvocate. preached yeaterday S ,!?'?? HXhland ^nue ? Methodist bp.s-o,.,. | Church. at Slna Sitig )aml and , d ?i:,,';:?::,',Aldlolt,ini No. UB Btara. Vlata-ave. M JI/OO. _ ?._ NEW-JERSEY. JF.KSEY CITY. Wllllam F. Dalaa. of No. I.IOS C,ermantown-av. ?,,, m,,, Annett. Womeladorf. of Na ????? ? Phliadelpbla. accompanled by Mr. and Mra. M - ;-,:,.,i,d Gray. tl ?>?>? Raw-Tork on Satnn ,,y ln ) order .0 aee the ya iht race. On thelr return to Jer ?y Clty they mlaBed the I p. m. traln. and rather I .,".., u ,? untU mldnlghl Mr. Uolan and Mlss \\ o . ,.r- angaged, concluded to get ma. :*""ini" ^r lu-n.-e^lg r y' ??? ^ X^effihtWi?a \,Tu,:?;;'U, ? ?????..... of m..?c. and wer, ntade fot poHUcal ; m:\vaiik. The Beptemher term of the .ourta wlll b* begun to-morrow. Bherlfl Lehlbach has aetacted the fol- , I wlng Qrand Jury Praderk* Kuhn foreman; Dr Phlllp Blcord, John W. Ueh, WTIlllaai B. G llbv Herm n Jaerachk*. BBfeaa Van Oleaon, ,. Bearlng, vVllllani Bpahier, Dr. 1Mward l?, cortlandl Rlker, Jamea R. RcMonagle, Charlea B Dennla, *.bram Bpangeathal, *vdam v,,,,'::.",-',,.?, . ?? ?'.':?."" irl) houi > sBti 1 iay, 10 , ,a ?,,,.-. the boy murlerer of Thomas ii",' 1,, three years ago, rvtai a llfe State l" ri n wrote to hla .inael. ? ? ,....-.. asklng Mr. Heary to , ...-:.? ' , the : FaiessaTd he wia weary of . md aranted .., ,,?. He thlnka thal banglna la vrttenb\* : . V' ientence and had he known what ex f.?tenee ta I rSSld be. he would have I, lated u| on tx na hanged. ? ? m ORAN43E. yiton H Bheraan, the vlce-prlaclpal of th* .. High School, h.-.s been appolnted head flflalflt. 1 , tha Sewark High Bchool. The paca , 12,000 a year. a large sdvanca over th? talary pald in Oraflge. Mr. Bherman haa a< .,,?? the Oranre Board of Educatlcn, _ . .. . . ?".. w. Ih.i \ . 1 V ;. havlng Pianed a conl l 1 th rear. "n,, ol Ro ' exclted over re ^ng to the .'iort:-. l- thal Mla; Oaborne I..: "? ..... 1 bj l e letter. haa ao far refused r any < aplanatlon ol t.'.em. BLBBABETH. Lorraln Mack. of VYeatneld, called at the niaa. B . poiice Headquartara Baturday nl?ht, m a s.ate h . x.M.m.nt. and intorniel Police B Walah lhai hla flfteen-yaarH>M ????"?? JJJJ; ... p?ii ,t Waverly on 1 nurs llved ln Kllaabethport. when- her Bra baabaad. . ,,.,'| on Baturday. Her llrst hus ba nd !?? ihport. Al her death ,, ? 0U| so pounda. ? ? ,<.Y oi.I) W0MAIP8 8TBAXOB STORY. BHB is COLeOREO. WARDBM AROVRD IR BBW jEBBBT HUB81NO TIIK 8ICK OF Hi:rt BACB, AM- BAT8 BHR 18 Wd TRARB OUX On the trait, leavtng Hackenaach yesterday morn Ing at 1:48 0'clOCk there was an ol-l woman v.lio lald clalm to IM yeara ol llffl. Bhe dld not appeai ao ,, 1 by any meana, an 1 was traveUtag .1 ? her tlcket al the Haekcn?ack atatlon and mtended to go to Cai ladl vVhen tho traln itted to hear the guard call the name and was earrled hy. Whefl she heard that ahe had overrWdan ahe was greatty eadted snd after belng quteted toM her atory. Bhe waa 11 I aaM her aama araa Henrletu Kilzabeth De Hart. Bhe had no scttled homi u I Uved wlth dlfferenl famlllea In the porthern pan a ia a doctor and practlaed ti ited many of the eolored raatdenta ectlon, who would aooner tro?t tbenaselvet lo ber than to a regular phyatdaa. Bhe was askad how Bhe knew she waa M yeara old. Bhe re ,,ii.. 1 the waa born ln Hartfotd, Coon. Herfather"a .,,,?,. w., |;,,!,.,! .!,?:. I. She was bOtind out to fl arhen she was young, and In lk-d she was . membera of the family sh<- was then eleven Sh" waa ? - and after leavlng ihe family lo llartford was marrled to .. man namrd De Hart, who li n ? '? ? ? Bhe had no ....fi. .1 home, an I wan len 1 aboul untll ahe oh a aituailon In tt" King* County II- ? tal iu Brookh n. Bhe roai 1 laee thi re untll It ?? to s II ?', thi ihenui and thus sl.btalm i .1 con Iderable knowledge of f,,. treatmenl neces iry In common allmenta Bhe v. . -,i Intruated wlth nura na by tii" nuraea .- ? . eft ih< hoapli il she haa Uved In Pa Bfllc, Patei n, B herfonl Knglewood and Hack ensack, nurslng and doctorlng amona the eolored She - , 1 -!? aa* golng to Carlatadl yea t,, nurse ibj Conductor Bamuel Johnaon. ol e trall took hei to Jersey Clty, aad on arrlvtng ai th Erle atatlon pul her on b traln whlch \. uld take her to her destlnatlon. The woman'a h .ir w.^ almost w>iii.-. she w?* *hort. and apparentl] ver) old, bui her P-eth were iirm and whlte. MOBE 8BBIOU8 TBJAX Hl TBOVOHT, RODRIQCEfl DIBD BOON ABTBR BH IN" ity HAD BEBR )'i!"N,,r.M-i !> BLIOHT Bt A lt""Si: VKI.l H.-i ii\i. PHTSICIAR. Bolomon laaa formerly a depaty intemai ? I the r'oroner's tifflce th "?' btoi brother-ln-law, David 1 ?ii hrnan for the r*orty aecoad street ai Line, who Uved at \,, MB Baat Thli tj -fo irth-at. Mr. ight a c< tlflcate from Dr. M. H Block, Rodrtquea'a prlvate phyal . resulti 1 fr ?m ? ,, iiaal w of tbe braln, cauaed bj njurlea whleh Rodrlauea recelvi morntai hy belng run over by a i"U v. igon .11 Beventy-Brat?al and the nouie. \ .,1 1 Immedlately after tbe iccldenl Bodflqaea was j lu?>:, tO ROOBBVOH llo-pltal. but laaflCfl savs the ?- who exainiii.'i him there told him that ha : t, atiN exteal an.l that he could . .;,. home. ii- lefl the hoapltal with hl* aon, bui wlthin .'ti hour aftei rea hmg home he ?1 II. ,, k was seiit for. Kodrique* in .1 dangeroua con dli on, and deaplta all he ould do h.s i,atieiit dli I yesti rda 1 . drlvei ol tha wagon whi.ii ran over l< >. 1 - sat vYIIIIam B Otto, of R*o I.T10 .Secon.l a\. lt.- wns arreatad al the tlma bui ?m dla chargi 1 .'atur.la> at the Vorkvillo I'olUa Court on jtn* V f- laxifeaVg 7 -/* _' fik I^^ctC-ZxS^ ??How nsc rJoth breeti ? liaWt in a iiiuii," says Slialxpsprsire. Tho force of babit is (be pivot on wliieh our trbok pjebeme of selling sliort-tronser boya' clDtlii's, aboea, huts nnd funiishinga, witlmut proflt, tunis. We take tbe boyi wliile yonng tn traln them into futiire custoini-rs. Ooming as little men theyMl come M Ug men, for we have the best?we me the wonl ailviseilly?hoys' clothes in New Vork oity for the money. Why not, selling without profitt Rogers Peet & Co Brtaea md Pmadwajr. Warr*n anl Hrna-lway. 32rl and Broadway._ Informatlon that Rodrlques waa not badly hurt. an.l was able to leave the hospital. It was ahown that the team was runnlng away at the tlme, anrt that Otls could not control It. Rodrlques was dragged a block ar.d a half, havlng boen caug.it ln ono of the hlnd wheele of the wagon. ntis waa rearresto.l nnd taken before < oroner Fltapatrlck la;e yaatarday. Pollceman wolf aaw that Rodrloues was trylng to stop the runaway hirse when he waa knocked down and run over. Otla was piaced under $1,000 hall to .iwalt the result of the ln.iuest tn be held on September n.o. Pr Flel-l attended to Rodrtquea at Kooseveit Hos? pital' "I eaamlned hlm, as dld alm othera ln the emf-rgency room." said Dr. Fi-ld yesterday. "WO found cor-tuslons of the lower part of the abdom*n, Ihe left fOOt and Left etbOW, though he was not ser. ouslv hurt. anl waa well abl* to go home." |i- l'leld waa much surpr.sed when told that Rodrtquea was lead, and declared that he had no concuaalon whlle at :he hospital. and that he dld not complaln of palna ln the hca I aor have any wounda on his heid. Or Fle'.d furnlahed the certlfl , * ,,-. to Rodrlquea'a condltlon, whlch was taken to the Yorkvllie I'ollce Court. IJOME NEW8. The rnWit Preit T.eral Stwi. vhteh renreient* all t*e ntvipaperi <n Btta Tlark <'.'V fXatl are reeeiring the telt frap>'ir BatttX o' the luitrd Preti, hai itl headqvarleri at >?* 11 Ann tt. SfrYork Clty All Information a<td dorxtr mtntl '*' paXlBI BW "i?V ** Itnt tn Cioir ktW4ttnaa*8*ri and Ihey nxll t'ten te ,hi'ril.iited to all the | nitett Prett n*w$ papert in thu nfy. <??<' r? th* linted I'rei* for rliwrnina H$n thrtughtut th* eeuntry. PROMINFNT ARRIVALS AT THK HOTKI.S RRUlfRvtlxTR -Colonel E. A. Whltehead, of Mon? treal FIFTH avkntk John xf. Batler, of Ind lanapoUx, and Jxeavok Jeffexaoa HOfTMAR-Con man Josiah Pxtteraoa, of Teaneaaee, HOL LAND?Maaoel de rtttrbe, afexlcxn Mlnlater to Englandi Oenerxl Orland Smlth, of Rxltlmore, and AMace r. WTalker, of Chteao. ST .iamk.'S i. F. RcKlnney, L'nlted Btatea Mlnlater to Cotombla. WINDBOR C. <i- RTamer, vic* presl.lent of the atlaaniui I'aclflc Rallway Company. WHAT IS OOINO 01* TO-DAT. Openlng of publlc gchoola. Uaxyar National K.-stlval. Terrace Cnrden. 4 p. BB. Kew-Tork-dneinaxtl xaxxeaxll mateh, Polo Oroanda, 4 p m. The Kev. Ceorge I Minglns before noon prayer meetlns, Nn- U8 Fulton-al Republican Club, XXVIHtk Assemhly Dlstrlct, Elghty-flrat-at and Becond-ave., 8 p. m. Colanol (tuger's reporl on Tammany mothoda to Republican County Committee. The I'.ev. Andrew Murray. of Soilth Afrlca. at Karble Celleslxte Reformed church, Fifth-ave. xad Twenty-nlnth-st. Annotin.-enietit of resuh of olectlon Inspectors' examlnatlon. Thomas .1. McMxnua Aasociatlon pl.-nlc. I.ion Park. K.iir in aid of wounded Cubana, day and John aon sts. NKW-YORK CITY. A con.-ert un.ler the dlrectlon of F.ugene Rauten herg will be givcn In Ablngdon S.|iiare on Thurs day evening, the expense belng met by merchants and reetdenta of the Ninth Ward. The Thirteen club will have Ita Ixxx recular dln ner on the roof of the Jeraey Oxntrxl Building. W.-i aad I.lberty ata., at 1:11 P- rn. Frlday. The conjunetloa of Frlday and the 1.1th of the month OUghl to make ;he dlnner a flne affalr. At the same i.me. thla date Is one of whlch the supersti iious should beware. The New-York Yacht Club will see the ra.-e to moiTOW from the stearrer St. Johns, whlch wlll leave 1'ier \o. ?. Rector-st., at 3 a. m. sharp. The boal was advatrtlaed to atarl for all the races at 1:18, but Becretxry Oddle .lecl.leil on Saturday that 8 o'clo.k was late enough. and gave the order ac cordlnfly. A meeting of the Fxecutlve Committee and chalr m*n of distrlct organlzaflons of the Antl-Tammany Damoerxcy, to determlne actlon in re^ard to the coming .-ampalgn. wlll be held at No. 144 West Forty-se-ind-si. thls evening at 8 o'clo.k. Jexepb Rellly, an elsht-yexr-okl boy. waa try? lng to cllmb a (Ire-es.'apo in the reat of his home. No. 117 Kast Kighty-e'.ghth-st., yesterday after noon, when he lost his footlng and tumbled four storlos io tho ground. He was plckod up un.-on s.-loiia and taken to the Presbyterlan Hospital. where It was found he had broken hla right thlgh and his left arm. The membera of the Marine and Fleld Club have ehartered the steatner Al Foster for the second In icrnxtloaal ya-ht race, The boat wlll leave Caal Tblrty-flrat-at. ..: I "0 a. m.; ihe Rmplre Btorex, Maln-st.. Rrooklyn, at 9 o'clo.k, an.l i'..-r No. 4, ^:.lst Rlver, xl 1:88 o'clock. For ihe convenlence of membera arlahlna to dine al the clubhouxe, the staamer wlll atop ar Hay Rldge on th* return trlp. The Fort Hamilton Hand wlli furnlsh muslc. KVL8M <>r 1UK HOAD. Fiom The I'ti.a Prexa It la 'he long-extxbllahed cusrom ln thls country that vehiclea meeting on any srreet or highway m>,..;i turn to tiie right Some aunpoao that th:s .s r.nlv the unwrltten law of the roa 1. bu: as a matter ., ? it is On the stalilte books. A IDCClal BOC deflnea thai carrlaxea, waaona, earta, alelgha, blcyclea, trlcyclea and all other veiii.-les are Inc.u.led. ' A pereon drlvlng la properly requlred to have Ihe left w heels of his vehlde at the rlght of Ihe centra of the street. In a word, the Ma: . - la an authoriiative adoptlon of L'ncle Davld Oray'a motto of "Falr plar and half the road.'' Whlle blcyclea are Included as enjoying ihia privllege. and horaemen are requlred to exien.i io them the same courteey they would anoth.-r vehlde drawn by hor.-es. the same reatfictlon la put upon wheelmen and arbeelwomen They. too. must turn to the nulit. and if they fall to do so and a rolilslon occura, they have :<? .me bul inemselves to hold legally accountable. A go.i.lnatured obaervance 0| (he l.ivv on the part of all c.n.ernad will reault ln gbaolute -ale v and f: eedom from accldent. w li.].- aome dnvera are perhapa unmindfu; of this i rule, li la equally true Ihal aoma cycUata are either Ignorani ><( II oi do nol see rit to llva up to Ita requlrementa. They take their own chances when th<v paaa an approacnina horae on the left. li ahoulJ also be remembered ihat whenever a horse man or wheeinian gives ha.f the road, ihat ia all that la requlred, and that neither -an l"gally be ttked to glve the who.e of It. Highway* were perhapa orlglnally made for rehlclea drawn b> hora.-a, bul tbe Introductlon of 'he btcycle and ita adoptlon mi.) general uaa afford n ih* same faoiu ? ue-. rlxhta ar..i prtvllexea of other vehiclea on the j roarla. The gteatest danger ls from Inezperlenced ' ridera, whoxe nervea sometlmea aie raitied ln the preaence of xpproachlng vehiclea Conatani .-are ' ? 'ssaiy. and if exerclsed mishaps ean be eaally avolded. VISITIN.i A ri.Ai'E OF IN I'K1IKST. iTrulh. ?'Neill's 6TH AVE., 20TH TO 2I5T ST. ? aastta e-se-wftajrifinT Incrcased facilitics and improYe* SHOP WITH COMr UK I ? mCnts obtaincd by the addition of -?-r ! ? o^nrtment of eoods unequalled, together with our well. an entire new story* an assortment of Cooas 11 ^ comforUblc Known Popular Prices, ^'??JP^?% judge for yourself. and attractivc shopping place in the city. tomc aiiu j LADIES' Fall Capes and Jackets. Klegant Assortment, comprising. NEW 811AWL CAPES, NEW DOUBLE CAPE8, NEW YELOlR ( APES, J AI NTY CLOTH JACKETS, EMrlJSM (IT JACKETS, FINE CHBVIOT JACKETS. LADIES' TAILOR-MADE BOX REEFER SUITS, LADIES% MISSES' AND CHILDRENS Untrimmed Hats. OUR ENTIRE ASSORTMENT OF FELTS, EMBRACINO EVERY SHAPE AND COLOR MANIFACTURED, NOW ON SALE AT PRICES RANOINO FROM 95c to 2.98. f ITOTCB ASSORTMF.ST Ctiildren's School and Dress Hats, ml r.n a st co 11 n rro w Trimmed Millinery. New Fall Shapes, Colors and Trimmings, AT POPULAR PRICES. Fall Dress Goods. new aridc >kirt> and Short Jackets, Pla;a and Fancy Cloths. SPECIAL. We? place on sale to-day 200 GOLF CAPES. made of English double-faced cloths, plaid Orand Collection Frcnch. Garman and Enrjish j t^i^ regAiar value it.$o, Novelties. *7 fl ft inclnding the late>t fabrica, Bounoofle, Ca- / #VOs niche, Mohair Florentinea, Pointille Mohairf Drap de I.utire, Hourettes and Cheviots, for oi'R RESTAI'RANT, with its sn* Tailor-made Gowna, i per^ servi.:e and unrivalled caiaine, now open AT VERY ATTRACTIYE PRICES. ? fourth flook. MAH1NE INTELLIQBNOB. MINIATfRF. AI.MANAC. S,m:i?e 8:88 Sun.et rt:19 Mo.>n rl*?? 9AA P m Meon'* ??? 20 HIGH WATER TO-DAT. V M -iandv Hook 10 44 ' I "v I!.nd 11:10 H?!l Oate 1:08 P.B1 Sandy Book ulSloov. talsnd U:?|Hel1 Qsts 1:'"* i IXC0U1X0 8TEAMER8. TO-DAT. rrVn*,K1H*ndrlk...Pert ^T?n CS. ,A?r 31.Dnl ?; I KHioi.Bermuda, s*pt .1. <J Bsrlln .Antwerp A'"-' :'l./""i1 AnTiterdam.Botterdan lua 118.S^^d ifu|d? . Bremen. Aug J1.N '? Kl Nort*.New-Orleana, Bepl 4.? < ? TUK8DAY, si:itkmhi:h 10. Well* .'Ity. Swan-,. Aug IT..BrtelOl < il ? . .Qalvetton, Bepl 4.* Aiut.Klagatoa, Sept 8.A,w" wk:>nksi>ay. BEPTBMBCB lt. M?je,tic.i.iv-.p."M. Bept *.Whlte s' 'r ,-,,....Bremen, Bept 8.- N ' I B.Im .Havana. Bepl 7.N T * Cuba ; Ai||?n"a .?-' lon. Bept 4 . s'/uti.wark.Antwerp. Aug 81.Ra. Kar OUTGOIXO kWBAMBBB. VeeaaL ror. Uaa, a ItaBa ateaa. Vaaealaaila Iroquoia. Chsrlsstoa, CTjrBs. ? .i.oopm TUKBDAT, ?BPT?alBBa IA Auranla. I.iv.rr-v.1. CaaaH. SSt5^lSS5 #?a^&U :::::: :M:Sijai" Oolombla. Coton. Cblumblan.10:00 a m 12.-00 m WBDNBaOAY. BEPTEMBEB 11. .. Urarpool, white sr.r. la? a m 10:00 a m Nflw-Yorlt. toutnimpton, Amerl. an.... ?:00a rn UW a ... Krietland. Antwerp, Bed Sta.IbMtmUMm Alaonquln, CharlMton. Clyda. ? la?pai Rrltanni. SHIPPIXO XEWS. PORT OF NKWVOUK, IUNDAY, PFPT. 8. 1K?. AJtRIVBD. ?ttenmer A nalfl (OSTl, .I'irirenaen. Hamlmrg Aujrttat 'J"> andirtaera 3*h wlth rndee and uu ttseraca Paeeeaapert ?o FunchBdye * Ca Arrlved al tha Bar at 6:15 a. m s .?mer nw of Ktngaton iBr>, Crowall, Port Umon Augu.t 81 wlth 'nl*- and 3 i as-enn-r* to Elllnger Bi ?. I i \rrlved at the Har at 8 p m. _ . . Veamer Oulf of Akabu tBr>. Ofbaon. Port Baela, Trtnl aad .nd Oreneda Augual 2", wlth ?^0?^?.Pf^B" nri - Qeorgs Chrletall. Arrlved al tha Har al I a. n. Veamer SaMeawIg lOer). rlackbarth, Pstl Ooava iXu?i 24 Mlragoan* 28 Au? Cayee aad1 Aqula 88. Port d* Pal? Beptember 2 and Inagua Sd, arlth roda**n<t ?: n?s*.'ngtri*il.. P. C Blllot. Arrlyad at tha Har sl ?:!? P'BtTamer^Aitl?Biaehf iBr), Darey. t8ai?a sePiemh.r 3 uWianiaa i! wlth aoaar lo W. D. Muaaoa. Arriasd at '"M.'un.r'A^nqum. PUtt. Jachtoavllle and Charleston. wlth mdae and paasena*rt to W P ' .vle * < ??? Steam^r Clty rf Auguata. ??*?*"? >il,ann%h' wlth n.l-..' .ind pa*sen*-"r? to K 1. Wallcer. J:.,m*r \V%an..ke. Rlakeman RIChmOBd ?nd Ne?-pert N*wa *fih ndaa and psasengera ? tha Old Daaataloa ?* ' ?-<teamer Beaaoke, R a/.. from MorfoUi and Blchraoad, ?rlth ind-.- tnd pi.-*enKer* te the i >ld Iiomlnlnn .-.- I '. auaner Benefsctw, Blmmon. Phlladslphla. arlth atasa t08tMBtsr Svi'via (Brt, Tale tl PhllBdelphta ?eptaaaber 7. *.-lih rnrgn in tran*lt to Bowrlng A Arehlbald. Btramer Cottagc < <"> B*m ett, P rtlai I, M*. Htcamer llernian Wlnter. N k*rt :. B?*lon. Band) Hooa. N J.. 8>pl 8, 8J0 p. m \Mnd llght. norUiwe.it; rloudy. hazy on thora. BAILBD Steamer* CTirl.tlne iPan). for <'np?nha*;en; Salamanoa idri tor Heiize, Uvlagsi m, Oraytowa eic. ei.ip ium?ut (Dutch), for Antwsr) ajanca to maium-.u* r.run?Wlrk ll;irl>"r Besooa I.'Kht" Ketlea l? glven that. on or aboul Beptember 1". I8B&, the foUowlig rat.Ke liRht* wlll be eaubllthed ln Bruna ?i.k Harbor. to gulde treaaeU from th* preavnl Bi Slmon Bange lo lha mouth of Turtl* Hiver saova <h* Quarsa itloa: . , , ? Plantailon Creeh Riinn- ifrontl Beacon Ught A iix?"i whlte r.'il". t'.r llghl thown. 12 feei above tbe water, rrora ihe top of a wooden .Ie?ial tupported by h ?tnirture .>f feur pllet - inding near lh? E. DanM <>r l'iant*.ii'.n Creeh in 7 feei o( water. The entire tlructur* ,,?,. whlte Beai ru .1 pp.minent objeet* aa taken fr..m charl No 417 of the |' s Coa*l snd Oe.ideilc H-ir\o\ ar? Bl Blmon Ulghthou**, B. ', 8. TatiK"ni lo m:. polnl ..f Jekyl lalsn I, BK by K ', I I'lantation Creeh Bange irear) Beacon Llghl. A nx*.| whlte reflertnr llght thown, '.'7 feei i ? water, fr-m a aauara pvr.imidai wooden akeleton ttructure eolored whlte tupported by four | let tlandlns near the \. . I ink nt I'lantatlon "'re.k ln 7 feet ol ?"' _"-. feei UNW. ?, W fr.im the pf"."ng Rearlnga ol promlneni a* tHkrn from th? '? '''?':'. ?"" St, S!","in Llght houae K '- H . T . I NE polnl <.f Jekyl laland. BE by K . K I llghl \' ??'^:"V" w!'h ,h? preeeding form* * range ? ggjMe W N U % W. thr..uirli St sini'.n s.'iind lo the mouth .1 BrunawlcB Blvei Tek<! laland Itant. Ifrontl BeacHi Ughl A 8>sd re | rrne.'...r llKht .-h.^n. 12 feei tbova Ihe ttater. from the lon ,,f , ?.i n pedeatal ?up| .rteil bj a wjuare atruclure ..r f,.ur pllet itandlnj on th* .-' tld* nf Brunawlrk Blver ln 4 feet "f water Th* *nl re ttrurtui ? ! white Beaiingt of pr .mlnenl objeata. ..? tak-n fr-jm ihe above named ehart. -.re s^ Blmon Llghthouse, KE. \ K.: (juarantine tlinj-T .IT. NW ', N jelul [aland Rang r?arl Beacon I.lichi. A flxed red refi^.t'.r llghl thown -7 feei ibove th* water. from a e.iuar.- pvremldal *k.l.i wooden itructure eolored white. tupported b> four pllea, itaoding near th* s i..mk ..f Brun*wlch ltn*t in :i feei of ? iti r 8.448 feei s\\ ', N from the preeeding. Bearlnaa "f promlneni lae.'ii from th* above-named .ii.irt. are st Sim 'ti i.iflht h'"i*e. xk % k , Quarantlne flnK*taff. xxw. '. u Thlt i ghl ln eoansctlon with the prscsdlng form* a mti?? lo gulde BW. '? B. throagh tiie losrer r.-a. ii "f Braas wl.-k Rlver. Polnnel* I.land Bange Ifrontl l%'a."n I.l.ht A flxed whlt^ refle,t.,r llKht thown, II f**l BBOV* th- WStST, fr..in the tnp "f a ?i)"den ; lettt ; | M.-d hv B touars *tru.' ture ..f f'.iir pllea, atsndlng near the W, l.uik ..f Turtle Rlver. it 7 fe.'t of water Th.- omire structure Ih rolored whlte llearlna* i f promlneni objacts, u.h t.iken fr..m the alnive-natned .?hM'* ir- Brunawl k CoulthoasS, BB, l. y. mj..rantlne tlaw't'iff E8E "-, K ? I* I.land Bange .r.'i.ri llearnn Ught. A flxed Whlt* r-tleclor Mxhl .hown, 1J feet al.ive the water fr..m a *quar* pyraraldal akeleton wooden atnieluie, eolorsd ?upoorted b\ four plle* atandltiR near the \V. I.ank nf Turtl* lllvrr. Ifl 7 feet nf water. .1.740 fe.-t UVW, S ,, t'." precedtna Bsarlaga of protalnenl ..hjert*. ?j tMke'i fr.Tn th- ? named charl, are Brunawlck ,~h NE bj !' '.? I" . Quarantlne flag?ta(T K8E II i Th.t llghl In wlth th* preeeding formt a ran*.- I ? gUl ." WKW ?? W thrnuah Ihe upp?r rea.h of Bruntwlrh Itlver and Into the mouth ..f Turtle rtt\er Bearlnaa ?>." masnetl ind dlatsneea ln nautt.-al nille. Ifelght. ar.- referred to mean liluh wat-r .leptha to mean 1.. i\ w a t?- r Tl-.-. ii..n.-e affect* 'he 1,1*1 f l.lrht* and F.>*r Hlanalt. v. and Oulf Coaat* I** pa?a I"*, iftsr N'> (Wl?. and the i.i*t ?' i."n* and Buoys, sixih Ughthtaaas 1M? ii',?? 1-04 i.'ire * Bv "i '? ? ' ' ' ? " ' ' " ! ' fOHN <! WAI.KER. Il- n V1 ???.. .| r S Navy. I'hairman. araahlaaion D. r 7 iwi.^. TIIK Mi *\ I Ml BTB "I'" STKAMKUS rOBEtON I'OKTB. flleamer Ftrurla ilin BTalksr, aallad from Queenilown f.r New V'.rk Bsptember ?* Bteamer Etn* fpsrl, Helmk**ten, asllsd from Boutb BaSgH B for N*w-Vurk .-? -i.i-uU.ei 8. ?, For Ladies, Misses and Children. Mondav, Sept. ?>t*'? wjn flnd on OUT COUnterR a jjreat number of Fall aml Wtnter gnrmentB and tho balanee of our Summer stock iu Children*! Reefert, DresHes, Ladies' Sliirt Waists, Cloaks and BuitR. Inioiig these are Slurt Y\aists stt f>(> centa; Reeten at $1.50; Dnck Suits at $1.50; UM Capes $3.00, $5.00 and $7.00. >lisses' Wtnter Coati $5.00. La? dies' Suits at $5.00, $7.00 autf $10.00each. Also. aome remarkable bargaina iu line jjfoixls, Ineludtag Fall Capes, Silk and Woolen Suits, Silk Waists, ete. JAME8 MeCBEBBT & CO., Broadway and 11th St. Il| JlINT'S [iNEfURNITURF u Lorelinett needs not the ferefgn aid of oinainciit, But is when unadoined, adorned tho uiost." Thia is partieii'arly true of s.irae of our new Fall Designt, being extreme ly siniple. Vour eye loves to rest oa them, not knowing why; and marvel ously low in prioe, as you "bu^ofthe makeb" GEO. C.FLalNT COa 42.45 ano 47 WEST 23?ST. NEAR BROADWAY. FACTOtV. iSAANDlSSwF^Tig^STRtl^r _ CARPETS. Onr Xex-r KhII Styiea Arrlvlna Dally. Royal Wiltons and Wilton Yelicts ? Kx-liiajve dealfna ) Tleat w*aJlnK ''?* A!v- Moqutttea an-t Axminater*. Iin*?t .- I.e tl-n <vt? at-. ? n _. All itl I.oxreat I'rlrea In tha? Clty. An *l*Kint l:n* "f "SAKAI" RUGS m all ataea ffroaa a arr..?;i rax t-1 aaa ataa af .arpetV at ai.no to (lfxlRl UwtAm, Lace Curtains. Ralanoe af *t"'k fr^m mir iate pi'-1 aa??. Hruiaela Irlsh r..lnta. Tarnl.- 'ira an.l Siiiinih:iii \t About *a Value. SHEPPARD KNAPP & CO., SIXTIt AVK. I.TTII aMl I ITII BTS. ' Steamer Saale <r,*ri MoBtr. aalled frjin - ll 1 f..r Ntw-Yawk Beptembaar 8 ? ? Bteamer La t^ampame iFrl Polrea froai N ? ? Au?\iat 81, arrlved al Havrt Barptembei * Staamer Werkendam .lnu.-in. Baker. from \m* gtptembatr If v* I ra, i laatal Beaefcs Heatl 8*1 ? ? l*r >. .4 BOVMB niTH 4 I'AVKR ROOF. Krom The |'r..v I lenex I* "rn iL I'p In Bxxt Thompaon, Conn . a plaee made fxrxaxa. or rather notorloua, i.y the auapectad murtter ay "Jeiry" Btoraklnale of his w:fe ani itepeon laai January, ts ? rurioue bouaa, uhi.-h dlffera from tax ordlnary la belm eovered on the outalde arlth white paper Inatead ol clap larala or ahlai aa The buillliiK la, aalde tr >m thla pe.-ullarlty. of a typa aeen anywhera II atanda on the roadcroea ifiR the New-Enaland Rallroad ju-t beyoad tne ae p..t. anl "ii tha left alde ot the track, aolnx ?*y from Provldence. It H of tw"> ?tor*e*. without Kahie or projectloa o( any ktni. aad ;* ...- upled bj teae menta on both upper an.l lower Boora The rtate ot the ahlaalea, nrhlch are blach with the ra-.n* *na anows <.r aavorml arlntera, ahow- th.n th" baniae ri*e beex t'liiit for a cona lerabla number of ><?*". lt never ha-! anv aroatden covertng outal le .--r tne Bhatathlaa naile.l on by the carpaantera aao la. f?r all that. a xrarXB house. This theat itng w*h BfW moat part of hoar-U elxxxly Boatched, aithou?h nere and there cracka cxa be -?? B arhere the e Uei of tne boarda hav? falleJ to m.ei. m.l ihe Pepxe naa bulged In. Over theae boiir.1.-. the paper. arhlca leoxa Ilka the or.ltnajy newepaper aucb M "The JtairXaXr la prlnied on. waa paste.l .so tlnhtly that all atormH of year* have falled to do more than arrlnKie lt ln lome plaeea, whlle un.lei th.- exVXB H *t 8888* menclng to pael K Several layaro >f the paper w.-r.- put on. iclvlnx uao houae h curl >u? appearanee on th.- .uitsi i.\ hut er f?-. lually keeplna; out the win.l ..:il CO.d. newin"*P^r beliiar. aa la well known. exee l.-nt for warmtn. Krom a dlatance the houan lookj a* If painte.l a llght Bray. the paper havlni? become w.-ath.-r-heaten. (?n a nearer approavh. the wrinkle.-a In the paier ?how clearly the nature of the ,-.>v.-rlng The Mea la a novel one, hut thai XWBef r.in. after all. ,ru', fu;iy tay that he haa i w todeii coverlna on nl? houae, for newapaper la maile of w >nl pu.p. Announcaammta. Neiiralanne?For Nervoua Hexdacha xV>ia avtrjrwhtxi, I'rict, 800. gat hBllyh ***"