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WESTCIIESTER COUNTY. TONKERS. The publlc achoola of thtB rity are overcrowded thla year owlng to the fact that School No. 10 waa not complet^.l ln tlme. All the puplla ln the prlm? ary department of the achoola were dlamlaaed at noon vesterday on aecount of the heat. A flanncl hop waa held ln the houae of the Park Hlll Country ?'lub laat evenlng. under the auapleea of tho Entertamment Commlttee. __._u, A councll otnpoaed of representattvea from neari> all the Hat.tiat churchea ln the Southern New-York Awi-clatlon met In the Warburton Avenue Baptls Church on Wednesday evenlng, and examlned Oeorge T l.eeds. of thla clty, who la a candldate for the ministrv. Mr. l^ee-la paaaed the examlna tlon BUCceaafllllT. aml he will be ordalned on next jf W ttlmf ?**-*"? C Shotts Camp of the Sona of Veterana waa held laat evenlng. and the mem? ber-: beside* transactlng conBlderable bualneaa. were moasured by a taJlor. who la to aupply unl forms for the camp membera Willlam C. Hofl haa been engaged to take eharge of the mualc In 8t. Andrew'a Memorial hplacopal Church, whlch wlll aoon be eompleted. m ** - NEWJERSEY. NEWARK. A ccninty bond for $200 of arhlch no record can be found haa been received by the County CollecMr. On May 29 Oeorge Fiacher, a bllnd man livlng at M* Ml P-BI-EB Bt. New-York. dleo suddenly. Among paperB In hia aafe waa the bond, whlch la _S'o 41 The bond waa taken to Newark for re detnption It beara date of July 1. 1870_and la one of an laaue for county Improvements The recorda were examlned and showed that only thlrty-elght had been iaaued. ar.d all have been rcleemed The matter waa gubmltted to the county counsel. Postmaater Hay nea yeaterday received a letter dated Crvatle Hlanev. County Mmnghan. Ireland, September 1, asklng hlm to make inqulriea for an Allan family livlr.g In Newark. The wrlter who Olgned hlins.-lf a* John Allan, aays that hla father and mother llved ln Newark when the wrlter waa a chlld, and he had boen recently Informed by a man wlth whom he waa ilving lr. Ireland that he had kidnapi'-.l hlm while he waa playlng ln the roadwnv with h:s alater and taken hlm to Ireland. The wrlter wanta the Postniastor to ' stlr up some frlend of the fnmllv who would spare ?2 to take hlm to Amerlca Tbe Postmaater la requested to send a repljr to John O. Floyd. at The Meetlng Oreen, at Castle Blaney. RUTHERFOIU) The Republican campalgn ln Berge.n County wlll ho opened to-nlght with a mnss-meeiing and OUt* Ing in lUndolph'fl Orova, Eaat Kuthcrford, under the auaptcea of the East Kutherford Uncoln League. The affalr Wlll ba ln the nature of a re cep'.lon for Mayor MrKenzle. who haa Juat re? turned from a European trip. and the upeakera ln vlte-1 Include , x-Senator John W. Orlgga. < ongr.ss inan Jam.-s F. Btewart, collector Charlea Burrowa an.l .1. C. Shenck, and Hepuhli.-an cluba from varlous parts of the county an expected to have delegatlona preaent. A bra-ss band wlll furnlsh mualc and i-frchmenta wlll be aorve.l Judge Lipplncotl .n Tueaday deltrered a atrong eharge to the Orand Jury in rcferem-e to the "green-giiO'ln" bualneaa carried on at Lyndhurst, whlch culmlnated a few weeka ago ln the mur deroua aaaault on Patrlcfc Mu'.lln. of I h ladelphla ln H.-ing.-'.H Hotefc Mullin havlng vialted l.yndhurst to try to Bei "Batlafa-tloo" for a p"vious swlndle ln deapalr of gettlng a rfnewal of his llcense, haa boW Wb bualneaa, bul atiU livea ln Lyndnurat. Judae Upplncott alao BdvUed a preaentmert for murlerous assault against Har\e> Thomaa. who stabbed Albert Oisco a few days ago after a quarr-1 ov.r a game of cards. Thomaa fli i and haa r.ot been captured. The ouarierly meetlng of the Rutherford I.awn Tennls Club wlll take plaee to-nlght at the club house. HOBOKSN. Frederlck Ruscher, elghteen yeara old. of No. Zl't Weat Fourth-st., New-York, waa saved from a -uicide's death at Hoboken yesterday under pe cu'.iar clrcuinstances. He waa found In the rlvet at Newark-st.. aboat BM a. m., and waa almoat ex hausted. He Bald he had been ln the water thr-e hours. havlng Jump* l from a ferryboat that left Harclav-.-t. at l -"?' a DI. He wanted to (be be? cauae be had been 11. and out of work for a long tlme. but when he f.-und hlmself in the water the love of llfe returned. and he atarted to swim for the ?h. ra which he flnally reached. The hands on the varlous ferrvboats say they know nothlng of Bur-ch er's attempt at aulcide. but tbey aay he could easlly have Jumpe.l from the 1:30 a. m. baat with tiut belng s.c-n. _ _ JF.RSKY CITY. Edward T. M.-T.aughlin. whom Mayor Wanaer. of Jeraey Clty, ea to aua for tr-o.ooo, called on Ihe Mayor jreflterdajr aa- dlsavow.d any intention of alandertng tba Mayor. He giated that when he aaid Mayor Wanaer had been Influanced by money r.. . ,? ? Mayor waa actuate'l by a deialre money he ? oul i for the clty. He ask,-I tha- Mayor to arlthdraw the suit. anl told tbe ? g. ? .mythlng anyway. becauae all his prop. ? tranaferred to hia aon. Mayor War.. I Ml M I.righlln to his lawyera. DECLIXE8 TO XdME HIS A88AILABT. WAY IS I.IKKl.V TO ME OF HIS IVOl-ND, BUT .tTKAI'FA-TI.V RCfTBEB TO TEI.I. WHO BTABBED HIM. John May. a tn. k iriver of No. 1S3 Hudaon-at.. was Btabbed ln the side aomewhere near I a.-s bro.-ises and Hudaoa ata., nbout mldnlght Wadnea day. by aoaae peraon whose uientlty he obstinately rafuaea to dlvulge. Ha may dle from Internal hemorrhage at any moment. yet nelther 10 the eur gtona of Hudeon Btreot Hoapltal. wherr- he lles, tr. roner noi to the detecthree of tha- Laonard et. statlon wlll hv. t.-ll who Hti4t.t..'l 1.1m or how. when or wh. re he recciv.-d his wound. May Is known as a steady and ln.liiatrloua fellOW around Hudaon-at.. and no ono can understand how }.. gei into a quarrel wblcb would result su ?erloualy to him. He walked into Murphy'a aalooa a: Iln is..n and Peabroaaea aia. about ll:3o Wednes. Uay r.ight. aml after taklng a drlnk and chattlng wlui the bartender and John LyOQfl and i'a'.ri-k O'Rourke, of No. 42 Bea^h-st., who were ln the saloon at the tlnu, he went out again. ln l.-ss than half an hour he went ba^k agaln. pale. and called for another drlnk. Lyons, looklng curiously at blm. aaw blood dropplng from the bottom of hla trotiBcrs, anl examlntng hlm more Clneeljr naw that May had a cut on the left thlgh. "Thatl Oh, lt's nothlng," aaid May ln answer to Lyon'a exclamatlon. N.-v.-rthelesB, Lyona OOJJed _n ambnlar.ee. Dr. Kenneson, who examlned him, 1 i .:. 1 that tl..- iliac artery. whlch fea-ls th^ i.-g, lm l been aevared, and that the man was rn\r,.\.y bleedlng to d.-ath. He was plaee 1 In ..ne of tho waris aml tha bleedlna waa atopped t<> aoaaa (-x t.-nt. The man's eonditlon wria ao aerlous, how .-v-r. that a call was sent to Coroner O'M.-agher to take hla ante-mortem statcment. Word waa alao aent to the Leonard-st. poli.-a- atation. and I)e tectlvea Taggart and Oargan were sent to the hos pltal on a ran. One of the prlesta of St. lvt.-r's Church ln Barclay-at. went to the hoapital, also. but to all the Injured man decllne<l to aay any? thlng. except that he was all rlght. and that lt "was bla bualneaa." Michael Churchlll. thirty-alx yeara old. a drlver. of No. Itl Weet-el , waa arrestM and lork.-'l up on Biieplcion of l.elng lmpllcate.1 in the atabblng of May. Chuiehlll bore the marka of a re.-.-nt en counter, aml Actlng Captaln W'.stervelt said that he was seen In company wlth May Just before May anterad Murphy'a saloon. Actlng Captaln Westerva-lt th'.nks that tha- gtabblng was done ln the bulldlng oppoalte No. 1S3 Hudaon-at., and that Churchi'.l knows all about lt. Churchlll wlll be brought up at the Tomba Pollce Court thia morning and remanded to ihe Leonard Bt. atatlon. At the Hudson Street Hoapltal last night Dr. Gran'ly, tne houae aurgeon, said that M .y was doing a's w.-Il as could be exp.-cu-d, al though lt waa too early to fortBell the result of hla Injuriea._ l.orAl. BVBYXMRB YMOVMLXR I?ouls C. Raegener waa yesterday appolnted re c-.\'r el tha EqottaMe Mutual Flre Inaurance Cor poration of New York. of No. 120 Broadway, by Judge imgro, <;f the Swpcrlor Court. on the appHoa tion of LaopoM V. Ichloaair, who obtalr.ed a Judg ment on July Ij agalnat the company for $1,232. Many other Judgmenta have been entere-1 agalnat the .-ompany ln the last few montha. Irving W. Bamburga-r haa been appolnted reeelver ln auppleinent.iry pr.K'f-edlngs for the flrrn of Wlll? lam T.'pplng & Co. and Wllllam A Topplng. dry gooda auctione?ra, lately at No. 52 Walker-at. The Me.srs. Topplng announca-d a month ago that th"y ha'l glven up buslness. They were well-known auc t. . ? ? rs, and were Sherlff'a auctloneera for a num? ber of yeara. The buslness waa establlshed by thelr father. Wllllam Topplng. In 1844. Two yeara ago th"v w.-re r.-puted to be worth $150,000. ll f<>r $16,412 was entered here yeaterday a ? 'L.a-^f. ai.d l-'r?-.l. rl. k A Oabb, who com ' .;?.,rge (Jabb's 8...nV. dealera In 0 In ilrooklyn, In favor of tbe Natlonal Wall Paper Company f<,r marrhaaiUBi They alleged arer Hut In .-onaequence of a breach of . nt l.v th. plalntlff they were forced to make ar, aasigi.n.-i.t a;.-1 arere virtually drlven out of bualneaa. 'Jhey put m u counter clalm for $10,W?) for 'lamage to .:r--allt. but ihelr defenca waa not aua tain.il ln court. ?* TMB 9TX0IOATB SAW To bf. BBCBBIHB BOLTA. There were no wlth.rawa'.a of gold from the 8ub Treaaury yesterday, and there were no depoalta. Wlthdrawals for ahlpment to-ma>rrow are expected to-day. It Ib aaid on good authorlty that the ayn dicate haa been aeeurlng gold from the aasoctated banks, and ia ln a poaltlon to hold up the reaerve lor some time. ? Pure and Surc." CeA " Pure and bure. eveland. ** BAKI.VG POWDER. Cooks like it It's surc to make cake llght and clainty. Rec.D. book f,?. Send alamp and fldhlll Cleveland Bakm. Towder Co.. New York. Recipe book free. Send Hamp i AFFAIRS IN BBOOKLTN. FASSENGERS BADLY SCARED. A IWrfCt-UM ON THK tABOOXLXB BLBXATBD ROAD CArsiw iviiat mOHT have hkkn ?a BBBAOVB AOCIDBKT. A carele.. swltchman on the Hrooklyn Klevnted near tho Prldge atatlon y.-Btcrlay mornlng. at S o'clock. cauaed ft ?-???-- Hcl.lcnt. whlrh .11.1 not, however. Injun* any one. "I..irry" Sp.-llman mnn ag". a lock Bwttcb, thr- operatJon of whleh .h.mt. tralna of the UxlllfftMr-Tt. an-1 Fifth-avc llnefl. A Klfth-avo. traln was golng over tba .wtt.-h yes? terday morolng an.l WM BB-T-* ovr-r *h<ii Bpell man .wttch.-d off tii?* rear lr_cha ol th.- la Tho rear an<l front tt-Ckfl, of coom, BOOil parted companv. Tho ,-nr Wa* IWlBtfl- off the tra.dc BBd tumbled on top of th" ni-p-n.-h-r's box. Mr D. i a. the m.patcher. .prnng from1 hlfl bo_ luat aa lt arafl about to be cru.W Trafflc waa del.y? " .*' hour while the wrecker* arere gettIng the mpp.ea .?ar out of the way. Lexlngto.i-aye. "? ?*' aent through io Fulton Ferry and H.r nftdi-ave. tralns t<? tbfl city Hall. Tbfl mr. ? amok-r, ? .. talned flfty or .ixty paaaengerfl. who were badly s.-ared. A big crowd gathere.l on tbfl Btraat ln-iow and gazevl apprehen.ively at tb" WTOCA. m NOT DRUNK, lU'T iTARVINO. riRUTAI, TKEATMKNT OY A WoMAN AND HER TiinFFi CHU-DRBN HY Tin: POXJCB. A poilceman from the C'ytnei-st. stntlon enrly yesterday mornlng found a WOUMB an 1 thrrv .mall chlldren a.leep on the sldewalk at Hewes-st. and Wyth"-ave. He called the patrol w;.g >n. and Bl the Btatlon the woman. wh.. said Bbfl WBg Mrs Barah Cli-gg. was ihargcd wlth Intoxlcation, and with her three chlldren was taken to tho Herhert-.?t. Ptntlon. where there I. a matron. The woman WBfl put ln a cell. and gioans could be beard for boorfl afterward ontll abfl fall aaleep. When taken out of the r"ll vesterday mornlng. she fell uneonscioi.s. but was hnstled IntO the patrol wagon and drlv-n to the Lee Avenu.- Poltcfl Court, wbere. ai abe bad not revived. an ambulance was s.immoned from the Esstern Dtotlict Hospltal. Hutgeon Mahr. who responded, said that the woman wa. Buffertng frorn lack of totAWhKAta vived .he .ald her huaband had ;I.?erte - - month ago. an.l a areek i-.'-r sh- ?"*'-^*",2~ She ondeavor.-d to .upport her ch-ldren but waa un-ible to do so on account of lll hea h. o week she had fllepi in empty WMMll JhMBld BM had n*ver U-Bted llquorln her llfe. ???*"? v*"1-^ -r-_s-a-i-_MS-_?BS3,*Z -ir-Se-i-SJS-M^^ gi??^?^^T,-'.i..?^.^-J%St^ tion of Cruelty to Chlldn-n. THB WILL OF JOHN R ELY. A rOlCT-Kl I.KFT BT thi: BB-..k.an hectifier DIVIDED AUOHQ HM BBLAtIVM. The wlll of John R. Ely. of Ko. 3-15 Hal.ey-st.. Brooklyn, a retlred rectifier. wa. flled for pro ..ate ln llrookiyn yesterday. He dtad on Beptember . No .chedule of the property was flled, but ^.tate I. currently belleved to be worth about ll.o.OOO. The wlll ls dated Aprll 17. IM*. and wa. fltgned by John Q. Jenkrn- and Edward White. The taetator laft his farm and country house at Hayport Long laland to hi. widow. Phoebe M Kly. during her llfettme All other land. and shore front a'.joinlng th" Bayport place are glven to her absolutely In 11.-U of ".lower the wldow receives two 11.000 bondfl of tbc Bouth Brooklyn central Rallroad Company, and ten -bare. of th" cajdtal stock of the LonK laland Rallroad. The teotator a;so gtvet m trust to the Long Island Loan and Trust Comi'any -M shares of the stock of the New-York Central and Hudaon Klver Hallr.-ad Company for the beneflt of Mrs. I ly durfnVher llfetime. At her death the shares are W be held ln trust for th" teetator'a aona, Henry D. and (leorge C Klv. To Klljah P. St John. of Northamplon. Maa?.. he glves *.?0 for the um of hla chlldren; to the Congregatlonal Church at Blrnfl bury Conn. 11.000 to ke.n the famlly b.irial plot ln order; to Eilen H. A. Adanw, h.s slster the use of hl* farm at Blmabury. Conn., during her Ufetlme, wlth rcmainder to the testators chlldren. The l.ong Island I.oan and i rufll < ompany is made truate.* for -Vo share. of the ('hicago, itock Island ani Paciflc Rallroad for the banefll ol hla naobeWB, Wllllam R., J"hn J. and Henry Ely Adams. Oeorge .'. iciy ot.e of hl, flona \t to re (. ive money on depo.it in the BUte Bavlnga Bank at Hartford. Conn.. and t<-n flharefl Of the I ipll il stock of the l.ong laland Rallroad. 'Ihe Long laland l?an and Trusl Company ls made tr.istec f..r -*. Bharefl of the New-York Central and Hudson Rlver Rallroad for the beni-llt of Oeorge C. Kly. and trufl tee tor the remainder of tbfl estate untll Henry I >. Ely attalns the nge <>f thlrty-elght years, when the lncome Is to i"- dlvlded equauy between the two Hons. In the mean tlme Henry I>. Ely la to r the lncome. , ___.?. The ezacutora nre John O. Jenkins, of th" Flrst Natlonal Rank, llrookiyn, Dudley P. Klv, of Bouth Norwalk, ("".m.; Aaroa Chapman an.l \\. Clayton Miith.-r, of Slm.hury, C.nn., and Georgc* C. Kly. who 1. at present ln a sanltarh.m at Amltyvillo unlergolng tre.itment for a nervous disordcr. TO DfCREAM thi; WATER BUPPLT. Clty 'Work. Conitnlsslotx r Wbltfl a fBW W ? I cloeed a coiitra<-t fnr about IwelYfl bunlred tOBfl Of caat-lron pipe for dty water naaJna. Hd.* for . a new dlatiibutlng maln exteadlns from the wood reservoir to the water front of th>- Elghth and Thlrtleth ward*, comprlslng about .even ni1 pipe, were opened yeaterday. That of Mlehael J. badv was the lowaat, lt belng $115,10-. 1'lans ara now ln preparatlon for laying tbe remainder of th* conduits. whieh. compb-n-, wlll Increaae the water aupply of the clty by M.000,000 faUonfl a day. DEATH OF MR8. EKEANOR T. CI-ARRT. I Mr?. Eleanor T. Clarry. the wldiw of Frati-!* A Clarry, dled on Wedne.day afternoon at h,r home, No. 121 Taylor-.t. Bhe had baflfl Bl k for aeveral week.. her lllness belng due to pn-'..monln. Mi... Clarry was approii'-hlng slxty yenr. of u?e. Three chlldren aundve h"r. These are her nr. Frnnk, who ls well known ln .odal and buslnesa .~lr;-lc-s, an 1 m.t daughter*. Katic ani Winlfred. Tbfl latter Ifl a ! n.in ln the Convent of the Vlsltatlon. Mrs. I waa a member of Sts. I'eter and Paul'fl Chureb, in Wythe-ave., over whlch Fath<r SylveJter Halone pre.ldes. Her husb.ind dled about twenty y?ari He was the senlor memli.r of the il.rn nf Clarry .v Reilly, printera). ln Bpruce-Bt., N>-vv-York. Th. was known aii ovi-r the country a. flneclally Inter e.ted ln theatrical printlng. Mrs. clarry wa.s a charltable woman. She fook an actlve mtere-t in the rarloui flO-!et!efl at Father Malone's church, and wa. not.-d f". her piiv.iie benefactlona. The funeral wlll be beld ln I-'ather M.iions - cburcll to-morrow mornlng ai 'J'io o'clock. DOMINR'AN BI8TER8 AM WINB-DEALERS. Internal Revenue CSoOactOT J"hti C. K'-liy has for the la.t month been re'-.-lvIng eomplalntfl from I llquor-dealers ln tht BtXteenth Ward BbOUl tb. of wines by tbfl Slsters of Bt DomlnlC whose cm vent adjolns St. Domlnlc's Orphan Asylum and thfl Cathedral of the Most H >ly Trlnity, al _ II and (irabKin avfla. Tastarday Inapector Jamea (juinn vlslted the convent, and a r<-vt .-me for the Bale of llrjuor. was produced by one of th" . Sl.ters. Qulnn's duty ended when he ???? the 11- j cen.e. It w-as learn.-d finm good autborlty that the (onvent, although haviig a reven .- II. eruM, has no llcen.e for retail tra.l.-, wtii.h la Isfload by th" Board of Exclae, aml costs 000 ? v<ar. Wln<* la lold ln small quantltl?*a. and the retail dealera ar. .trong in oppo.ltlon to the practlc. Al thi home yeaterday M"ther Burpllce, arho baa been In chargi sinc. the death of Motber Am.-lia Bartle, two areeki ago. could boi be aeen, but ? Blater said that arlne wa. manu/actured by the order m Callfornla, ..rid was Bhlpped to Mrooklyn, but dented that k w.i* ?Old .'t [rt-sent, BltbOUfll fldmlttlng that ll b.-.-n. Sh. Bald tbat tbe wlne, whlcb -.- i from Callfornla. was dlatrlbUtad among thfl COnventfl nf th- n'ler, to bfl glvi-.i to the Sl.siers who nrer* alck. _ MAYOR ITRONQ To HAYK A TROLLEt RID1 The Rrioklyn Hetghl* RallTOB 1 Comjianv >... chartered one of lt* lllumlnated car* to Uayor Htrong. Pollce Comtni..l.in.r Ro.i.evelt and other New-York offlclal* for to-morrow nlgbt. Tbe party wlll go t.i fjlmtf I'ark by way of Ihe Thlriy-nitith ?t. ferrv and th? lllumlnatal car. Returnlng they will pa.'. tho cuy Hall aboui i<i o'docB la tbe Baan Ing. It wl!) be Slav-.r Str..ng's flr.t .-xperb-nce on the llluminated trulley-cars A CHURCH CORNSR-rTONI LAID. The laying of the corner.tone of the Ru.hwlcli Avenue Congregatlonal ('hurrh, at Ilushwl-k-ave. and Cornella-at.. look place at I oVIo.-k Ust night. Ti.) year. ago A. N. Suydam dled ani h.i|ii"athe.| two clty lots and $1.'.,000 to the church, wlth the un der.tandlng that the congregation wo.ild ral.e a like amount for the erectlon of il.e eburcb. After the laying of the aton* ther- ?.i. piav-.-r by the Rev. Bamuel W. Klng, and uddreaaee t>x the Rev. Robert J Kent. D. D., and the Rev. Wllllam T. ''lokes The pastor ol the new church, whlch wlll he eompleted In February next. la the Rev. Charles W. Klng. ^_ QATHCRKD ABOUT THK TOWK. County Treasurer Huhcr! fi Taylnr yesterday re? ceived from Park Commlaalnner Frank BqUlef J |7i 119 of th* $4,400,000 ralae.l by the aale of bonda for p.-irk .'.nl .lrlva.way purpoaaa. This r.ioney, through an ei ror. was pald to the Park Department by BX-County Treaaurer Adama. The ramainder of the $4.M?.,.?-> Wlll rcmaln In ihe Park Department, nnd wlll be uaed for the lnylng out of Hmall city parks. A biilldog atta.ke.l a fox terrier belonglng to Thomaa M. B. T.ott, of church I.nne. Flatbuah, on Wednesday nlght. anl vvould soon have kll.ed hlm bul for ihe mt.TVMition of Oeorgi Vand-Tveer, Mr, Lott'B h.r.-l man. The bull.loi; then attacked Van derveer, and a lerrlhla battle rollowed. The beaat flnally reeelved a klck that apperently broke hla Javv. and ran away. Mr. I.olt wlll sue the owner 0| |he dOg II be -*H nnd oul hla name. Vander reer waa badly brtten about the banda, Tha Mayor and AMermen are expected 10 atrend the beneflt for the humane exhlbit of the Atlanta Mon at Coney laland to-day. A pr-airramme of fun has been provlded, whlch lmlul. s b-.at-racea down the Boj IM a'hule. A aervlce In commamoratlon of the thlrty-fourth annlv, rsary of the foundacon of the comn.unlty of the aisters of tha Precioua Hlood. whose mon astf-ry Is in p.:!nam-av . n.-ar Franklin. wlll be h. 11 on Bunday. rather Carofolo, nn Itallan prlest, haa been as Blgned to establlah an Itallan C.thollc congrega i!..!) In York-st. The bulldlng will be atarted aa BOOn as a s,te has been eelOCtB I Thr Ilrooklyn nnd Rockawajf Beaa-h Rallroad Company, whteh recantly arected a fence around ils propert] al Canarale, to the dlacomfltura of the pntrona ol ihe Kaaeau Electrlc Rallroad, a riv.ii llne, who.ie pntrons were by this move sbut out of the Canarsle Park. has promlse,] to leave ita open the ramainder of the season. .Judge Cullen threatened to cnjoln the company unlaaa ll gave the promlse. HOME NEWS. TKt rnff/rt fre.t l.oral SetcA ttAitt repre.entt all tht Btmmntrt in Rttt Y,.rl; Cttp thnt art xeeeMng thr tel*. graphic nev. ef the I uited I'reti. ha. tt. headijunrtrr. at A'o. -'1 A9n lt. Aetr-X'ork rity All (n'orntation ond dnrtt mrntt fnr jiuhltc ute may be .ent to tho.e headquart'x. ond they trill then be dtttrihutfd tn all the t'nited I're.t n?.c? prtperi m thx. titp, and ta BU Vnited Prn. /or di.ttmina ttor, thrtughout the country. PRO.MINKNT ARRIVALR AT THK HOTKLP. ALBEMARLE?Oeorge T. Wataoa, of the yacht Valkyrle III. BRUNBWICK?Uentenant-Oovernor Oeorge A. Klrkpatrlck. of Ontarlo. CAMBRIDOE? Prlnee Loewenatcln 0. Beriln. fifth AVENUE Oovernor Charles Wamn Llppltt. of Rhode IsUnd. Uld Congrcssman Rou land R Mahany. of Buffalo. QILSE. Joha B. Riley. l'nlted States Conaul OeneraJ at Ottawa, anl John Boyd Thach^r, of Albany. ORAND Mayor Oeorge E. Oreen. of Hlng hamton HOLLAND Bx-Mayor John A. Hoche, uf Chlcago. IMPERIAL State Controller James A. Roberta, of Buffalo. MURRAY HII.Lr-Don M. Dlcktneon, of I>etrolt, and Charlea E. Fltch. of Rocheater. NBTHBRLAND?En-Benator John ?'. Spooncr anl Hl Ol >' I'. Payne, of Wlsconsin. PARK AVENUE H'-neral Thoma- I.. Caeey, I'nlted Statea Army. and Btate Kngineer Camphell W. Adama, of Utica. WALDORF Bluford Wllaon, of llllnols. ?., 1 Lady Moleaworth, of Kngland. WHAT IS OOINO ON TO-DAT. Pollce Hoard meetlng. Tammany Oeneral Commlttee, 8 p. m. Kss- x County Repuhll.an Club'a conference, New? ark. Kloctlon of lleutenant-colonel of 7th Reglment, evenlng. Thlrteen Ciub dinner, Jeraey Central Bulldlng. 6:13 p. m. R.pnbllcan Assembly dlstrlet conventlona. Brook? lyn. Liberal Bunday lawa mass-meetlng. Terrace Gar? den. 8 p. m. The H'-v. Andrew Murray'a addreaa at Marble Colla-glate Church. John J. O'Brlen Assoclatlon, Orand and Forsyth Bta.. 8 p. m. Music ln Bnttary T'ark by 60th neglmer.t Band, 8 P- ni. _^_: NKW-YORK CITY. The Jury In the case of Thomaa P. Dinneen, BC . Bd Of ele.-llon bi.b.ry nnd tri.-d In r;.n-r.il Bl -- aiona. yeaterday brought In a v.-r I. ?; ol no: guilty. .I.vme. S. O'Brlen, a clork in the ''ornnpr'-i efBce anl a n.pha-w of ex-Sh-rlfT .Inmes O'Brlen, had Ma r.a-'i.t foot cruahed by ?. ihla a: at Thlrd-ave. .ud Forty-second-at lat.-on Wedneoday nlght Hlafool ?llpped as ii,- fumped from a movlng car, aud II w.is caughl under the arbeeL He was tnken to the Plower 11..^p.t..i. The Oran 1 Jury yeaterday r.-mmed the . onsld ?i of tiie cauaea whlch le-i to the collapaa "f the ireland Bulldlng, at West Broadway and Tblrd Bt., where Mfl.-.-n men wera klll<- 1. When the Jury ii.ijoiirn.si for the daj it waa aaM thnt the Inqulry whs nol iinlshed, and would be t.-.k-ri up agaln to day. There will be free courses In Spanlsh and Frern h this fall at the Cortina School of l.angiiages, No. i? Weal Thlrly-s... ond-al. The COUrB-fl ar.- .naugu lal.-l wlth t view of glvlng Ihe pooler claBBBB, anl pnrtlcularly na. ly young women. an opportunity to acqulre fl knowledge of forelgn languagea. The Central Evenlng Hlgli Bchool, heM In umm BcHool No 7i, Nn Bt Baal BUtty-thli--at., ls now opan for the reglatratlon of atudenta irom 7 to I. .i'i link .-V e. v . va-lillig. A handaome dlaplay of fall mUlinery ls now on view al Bloomlngdnle'a, Thlrd-ave., Ftf ty-nlnth and S.xtla-th sts. The it..velt.es In.-lude ma*~UICent ae - from Parls BtOCka, as well as eijually fine productlona of ihe flrm'a own nprkrooma. a visit t.. tha eatabllahmen! arlll r.-v-eal choice .-ombinationa of COlOT and matertal to meet all taatea. Th<-slo.-k has Just I..-. n Bprend for the dele.-tatlon of the lemlnlne eya, bul tbe erowda that gather about lt Bl I all' Bdy lurge. UXIOX COLLXOB FAYB TtB ItAffC TAXXR County Treaururer Joaeph lavk.-s has reeelved notb'e from ih>- Bta ? i ? .Ui r thal the latter baa plaeed lo ti'- credll of Queena County, on the Btata booha, th.- aum of |U0,M7I, repreaentlng th. arr.ars of taxej due Long Island Clty by I'nlon College iu nccordance arlth ai icl paaaed by ihe last Leglalature Cnder ihe law referred to, Unlon CoUegi wa ? lempted fr..m the paymenl of all ai. reara of lax.s upon Ms unlmproved lois In Long laland Clly up io Dacember D, im, on the pay? menl of $5,000, nnd aaaurance ihai all :ax nrreara oa the Improved land wouid be pald. Thi co lege la a Btate . ln Bcheni cta ly. For yeara tha - refuaed ..i pa) mxea and Imnrovemei Beasmenta on ihe land In Long Island Clty he'.d ln oll. *;.. < lf the Bum eredlted by tbe Btati Conti .ller io Long laian-i Clty 1101 i - fl w.is eredlted o Oueena County, aa the cltj owed thai much n back tax.-s up lo December 11, I8H Treasun r l .> k. - - anc. II. I thla - Iaim an l i Ihe balai ?? ..; MB.UO to the credll of Long i- ... | Clty. . 1 I 3 <S |9f IK. Maater Well, cr?,k. *.hnt are you maklng there? Cook-Pancnkea lf ihe misaua '11 let 'em alone'.? (FUtgende Ulaeiter. Tlie CfOwniDg part of inan's attire is his liat and it oeedi a rejrally good one to <rivc the ncci'ssarv floisbing toucli. WeVe tbe same Wockt?ame material, same. finisli as tbe iiisliioiuihlc hatter? and two great ailvantiii.es over him. _Ton*re obliged to bny his one block or nothing?$b\ Hen; you hare every Imily's block woi'th liavin?r at $& BOGEBfl PbBI & C'O Trlnra- nnd Hmadway. Warr-u BB 1 lli- h.Ivvbv .1.1 nn I |lr..H.I?nv. NEWEST. e SPECIAL OFFERINC IN FALL SUITS OVERCOATS $ At 12. Fine Imported Clay Worsted and Cheviot ?Black, Blue, Brown and Oxford. These Suits and Overcoats are sold by regular retailers at $18. We Sell the Best Clothing for the least money in the world. -- au a fl9. Bway.b-lowFultodSt. Two Broadway and stewart Buildin-t StOreS : [B'way, cor. Chambers SI. nPKN BATUltDAY F.VENING TILL. 9 O'CLOCK. 8IERMAN, HEIDELBERG &R0. OBITVART. HFl.NHA.ir> M.-WNZFR. nernhard Milnzer, r member of the well-known brokeraga booae of EUllgarten & Co., Ko. 28 Bond* Bt., dled y.-st'T'liiy at hin home, No. 0 Knst Slxty alxth-st., of tiimor of the throat, for tba removal of vvl.lti an ineffectual operatlon hal been peifonned. Mr. Malnz.-r was ln.rn In <-.irlsruhe. Oermany. tlfty y.ars BgO. S.>m. thlng over twenty years ugo he came t.i thla cmntry, after huvInK been for a few y.-.-its tngagod In tiie woo'.len gooals trade In I.uxr-m bottrg. After botag IWO roari here tn the banklng bualneaa he became n. member of the tirm wlth j whi.-h h.- remalned f"r twenty yeara until his death. ! ln 1x7'.! Mt. M.lnzer I.arti" a member of tbe Btock Bxch ....- Ha was a t.riither-ln-l.ivv ol .'hurl.-s Hallaarien. II. marrted the dauahter ..t ?'. H. Klcharda, ol Rlcharda B Boaa, tha well-known , t. amahlp .._;.-:'.t^. Mr Malnzer a'aa a member of the i>n->tt-h...rie Readlng, ol the Ore?ton Bhort Llne, and the Bt. Joaeph j*i.t "irainl laland Rallroad reorcanlaatlon .ommlttees. Henry Budge, wbo la expected to ar rlve h-r. frnti. Europe to-day, arlll tak.- his plaee ln theae bodlea. Mr. Mainaer was a truatee of ihe Hebrew Technlcal Instituie, and araa actlvi In its belyiif. His BBtate ls estltnnt.il at 11,000,000. [I 1- I palnful colncldence tbal his slstcr. Mrs. Charlea Hallgarten, -li"! two arecka ago >.f tumor. Mr. I Main/.er leavaa ? arldow, tWO sons. and a daughter. HENRY HARTBAU. Henry Harteau, a well-known Brooklynlte an.l preaident of th>> Metropolltan 1'late illass Insurance Company, ol No, II Uberty-ac, aiie.i at his home, No. :..',i Waahlngtdn-ave., Brooklyn, yeaterday after? noon nt Ihe age it s.-venty-severt y.'.irs. He w a. tak-n III abOttl thr.. weks ago wlth typhold fever, ft im wblch be waa belleved to b.> reeovertng. when compU. atloa i aei in. Mr. Harteau waa born ln Btockbrldge, Maaa., ln HH, anl wh.-n a young maa came to Brooklyn alona. n<' mede frienda rapidly, and waa elected a member ..f tha' Board of Aldermea ?.n tba i'.in ? .-r.itic tlckel when acaroely more th in twenty-one ?? ii otd. He engmfftd la the blueatone and bulld? lng materlal buBlneaa, and bulll Beveral houaea In washlngton-ave. He organlaed an I ierv. i aa tirst lent of tne MechanTca and Tradera' Exchange of Brooklyn. ?... Ajinl .'-'. 1X74, in company wlth Alfr.-.i C. Barnee, Jamea M. Leavltt, Charlea T. Corwln Edgar W Crowell, of Hr.okivn. and Sam? uel Wlileta and Samuel Hutchlnaon. ..f New-York, he onranlaed the Metropolltan Plata Olaaa Insurance Company, und was elected its ftrsl preaident, con tinuing in the poaltlon unttl his death He never missa-1 a board nr a commlttee meetlng during mor* than twenty-one yeara as preaident He at tended ihe rhur.-h of ihe Mesalan at Greene and (Mermonl avee.. of whlch tbe Rev. Lr Hnker ls rector He Ib Burvlved by a wldow only. The funeral wlll take plaee on Bunday. ABRAM B MKVKl.'K. Abram S. M.-vrick. a well-known resldent of Klngaton, N J., dled al hla home there ute on ?;-Ul - : iy nlghl He hi 1 been Ul some tlme, and his i death waa expected. He was alxty-one years old, and his entlre llfe had I.i BRtttl OB hts farm In Klngaton He was h promlnenl Republlcan, but be? came beal known through hli connectton wlth tbe prlaona and reformatorlaa of tba Btata Aa a mem? ber of tbe Prteon Commlaaion be dM much ln the llM ,,. ,-. form. ii" was waaltbj and could afford ta itive cm.4iderai.ie time to the queotloo of cor- j rectlve inatltutlona, whlch Interested h:m His i.-t publlc work araa ihe fighting of the locatlon of tbe ,,-v - na h termedlatc prlaon al Rahway He Bald . t'i,. a -le.-ii'.n of il-..- locatlon waa i arave a-rror. us tj,,. .|t.. vvl.s unbealthy. This arouaM the ire of the Mayoi and people of Rahway, and a Berlea "f a.pen lettera followed, but the Commlaaion havlng eharge ,.'. the matter located the prlaon at Rahway. ll.? waa eapeclally Intereatad ln th>- Boya Iteform B -hi.nl Bl .Iim.'"'"TH. whl.h he cnslder-d B model, : ?nd w.is h itraat admlrer of the Basei ?'ounty 1'enl tentlary, the locatlon "f whlch, hlgh up In the mountalna, he conalder.-d Idoal JOHN ) IRVINO. John J Irving. n v.-i.-ran. dled at hla home, N'o f.'.i Kearny-ave. Jeraey CltJT, yesterday mornlnK. He was flfty-.-lKht yeara old, and leavea a family. He wna a memb.-r of ?'ompany <!. .'.th Xew-J.-rs.-y Volunteef Al ib? battle of > 'hancelloravllle he cai.tured a rebel ''?K whlch le Htlll held hy the oflt c. r- of the company at the rooma of I'nlon Veteran I..-K1...1 Ko.lL_ _ C. A W. Annoiir.c?nenl?. A Deep Bande.l Tollar. XAl'AWAflKA. E. A W. Neuralflne?Kor Nervoua HeadachB. Bold av-r/wliart. Prle*. BO*. p*t butUa. ??Neill's, 6TH AVE., 20TH TO 2IST ST. ? /i^*t cUADDrDC who know where and when to buy KLlIN OnUrrLKo wmfindatriptoTHEBIQSTORE _-- - ? -- - ~."" -? to-day or Saturday a profitable one if prices and qualities count for anythlng. Untrimmed Hats. Wo nre offering M unusually fine col lectioo of LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Untrimmed Hats. Bmbraciog all tlie leadiog shapes mannfactnred, lnc.tid.iiK many exclu sive dfttlgn* al pricea -?????????-? -rom 93c. to 2.98. Trimmed Millinery. Clioire designs in WalklnjC and 0?r rhige Hats. New Shapes, Colors and Triiiiinings, AT POPULAR PRICES. CI_rlC>V?--3. OUR COLLECTION OF FALL 5TYLES AND COLORS NOW READY. Ox Bloods, Grays, Tans, Browns, Wbitet, Yellowi and Pearla, wlth Black and flclf color embroideries. Full ABBortment JOUVIN & CIE'S GLOVES. Every pair fitted to the hand. SPECIAL.?200 dozen good quality Kid (rloves, Piqne lewed, Parii Polnta, Heavy Embroidery, regular value 1.25, Pair. b_tabub__d u_ SIX STORES. NEW-YORK STORES. I BROOKLYN STORES. RROAPWAY, Broadway and B.dford-av*. COR 31ST-8T., I Kulton-.t. and Flatbu.h-av*. ANI> Atlantl.- ?n<1 Wrmont a*... , 31) AVK. AND and l.;il) ST. |Gre.npolnt _ Manhattan av... Do vou know our $3 hat. ? It is made in all the fashionable shapes; It la made under our persoual super vision ; It is irreproachable in niaterial and flnish; It looks as well and wears as well as any hat made, irrespective of pedigree or price. You don't believe all this, maybe, but ice do, and so will you if you'il get acquainted with the hat. Do you kaow our tvv. Neelnraarf ?h? ? .ur n>>w VaaAaa H..-k Mt, Our r.a?1v-to-w.ar Llv.rl.. ar. ga.nlng ln popularlty. BROADWAY, COR. 318T 8T. MARINB INTELLIGMNOtt VINIATI-RK AU-AXAC ?eutlflfl I JJIinnial t lf|tfT'~ n... -|Moo_f_ ?*"> -?? HIOH WATKR TO-DAT. *. \t San.1v Hook I-WOOV. Island 1 :.*5K H'll O-t* 3 .*,! i*M Sandy Hook _:lf.....v. laland 2:39 11-11 Ofltfl t-H IXCOBIXO 8TBAMBB8. V-..-I lr .n. Utoa. Rott.rdam.Amaterdam, Aua Rl.-Nefh-Amer Fu.rat Bl.mar?*k....H?m-urg, Bept ? ?-? _.Hamt.-Am.r Bouthampton, Bepi.Ami?rii-nn l'alatia.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.llnm.urK. Befl I.Hamt.-Am.r sati iti'AY. si:i-ti:mfii:k ii. Etrurla.liV. I..I. Bepi I.r.in.ird LeOascognc.Havre, B*pl - .J-t-nn .-.i M:ir.N.a Orleai ? Bept s. Morgan Marengo..ntwerp, Au| -1.Wil-m HINI'AY. ?EPTBMBC-I 13. rwna?Ifl.Olflfljnw Baat ft.Anonor Orln .Il.rmuda. ri<-pt 12.QtMBefl 0UTOOIX0 8TBA BBBB. V.aacl For. UflW. Mall. elo*<*. \>*?**1 Balla. 8<-mln..le. (1iar!.*t?n. Clyde . - 3:00pm BATV-LDAT. B-PTB-tBSS 14 .,ur~nla. I.lv.rt>.,ol. Cunnrd.9:10 a m 12:00 m te Bt Thomaa, Qu-i><-<- . B-M>a m 12:00 m P*rsl ? ilainhurg. HanibAniT. - 1:00 pm Kthl..i.iii Ol?*?..w. Ancbor.10:00 a in 1 ?*> p m K'lll.. Bremen, N Q Uoyd. 8:00 am U:.?iam AmateMam H.>tt.nl.-irn. N.-.h-Am.r-10:<i0am 1 :<?> j> m !.., T uraln* Havr*, Prenek. TiOOa m 10:00 a m Berlln Bouthampton, Amerlcan . H:oo a, m 11 '*'a m V-n?zupla [_. Ouavra, Red l> .|t*:i*? a m 1 '?' P m C of Waahlngton Havana, N T A C_belO*00 a n l.'*> p m Stralhlala C_|.lonj ? . 2:00 pm 4 :"0 p nt Col.rtdac 1-. Plata, Uamport & Hoii.. 1:10am M'JOa m Ail?r. Jamalea, Atla* .I.':"0?ml2:'?.ra Rrtn. r Hradrik, Haytl, ete.!?*?? i:?*?pm TUBBDAT, si:."ri:MMER 17. ?ar*. Pr-m.-n. N '! lAoyi .2:00am liNlfl _ti.r?k<-.. Charleeton, Clfde . ? -.oopm BBIPPIXQ NBWB. port ok rt-W-TOI-K Tllt Ksi-AY, BBPT. 12. itm. ARRIVKD. H.fllir Am^rioa H.r). Pearet, _->B-0_ Au?u.t 30. wtth m.la. to Y W J Hur-t Arrlved Ht ih. H.r .t ft:30 p m. stf.m.r Pnuii. ir_*>r). Kopft H.mburf, Beptember l. wi.h nvia.. and 121 eabln and ~<-> ateeraae paaatngera te Hambura-Am.rlran Mn- Arrlv.-.I ?t (h.- l.ar at , ..<> a m. ninmir Kafflr Prlne. -nr.. Oldltcb, Sunioa Au.ua. IT, Rl . Janclro 22 Bahta 2fl Bt L*?cla Beptwaber 2. with md*. and ?'> eabln paaainBgera te .1 C s.-aa-r. Antved at th. '?..ir al noon _ . _,___._ m Bt-atn.r Art".ii" Zambrana (Nor), Kroh*. Sanch.i. s.in Domlnao, :. .i?>* arlth fruM t> B-tmr C uafflisjr. Arrlved a. th* H.r nt .'. M ? m. Kuamer Bl Mt. Orant, nTew or:.?r. I Basa, wlth m.i?. to .1 T Vmii Slrkl". . .. Si.irn.r Old I'.unlnlon. Owieh, Ul.-hin.>n.l and >.wp.rt N.w.. arlth mda? an.l p,i*."n..r-> t.. th. <>ld I<omtnii>n ' "itnrk tx'tin- Meere, BTaUa, Alewr, M.v 3. and n-ir badoe AuKu.i ?-?;., ?.'ii ndee t. AmeM, Chaaey 4 Oa.| vna.1 to YatM A Port*rfl-.|d. Ba. :? ll ??? k rl<-p. 12, U.'io p m Wlrd wt-.t, ll.ht br--r.. ' lld] . CLBARKD. Blp.m.r IVn.ri?.il? (Poft), H.ttlncourt, I.l.t.on. vla A7.-.r.a c, Amaini k & <' ? Bleemer Huririin Ha i Ki'. I'ulao. M?r..lll... vla N.pl.. -Jam-i W KIW.JI * Co Bt.amer li M whltn.v, Hall.t, Boeton H Y Diaaeek. Hi.ani.-r rm of ' '-.luml.la, Jenn^y. W?at I'..int, Va? Old Oomlnlon la Ce Bt*am*r .l?in?*i.>wn. IIulph?r*. Norf.lk and N.wr**rt s.-?a ?. >id Domlal n Ha .'... rt...m*r Nlaanra. Croekw, N???u, N P, St J~?... ri.n fuj_*>fl, flre i?ii.'? K w?r.i \ Oa Bt^ani?r M<-n?m?ha (Brl, Townl.y. I^elth -Slmpaon. fl^nrp A Youna S"im.r '"ity of I1trmln?h.m, Hur*;. 8nvann.hR L \la!kfr steimT Oeeetemuade (<?^ri, i^nean. Duahinc for or ,'.-r. fluat Heye, Hteamar Manh.iian. nra.*. Portland. ite?Hora'lo Hall. Stram.r Bl Dorad Bjrrae, New-OrleeJU??J T V.in st, k\e. Ilark Tllll* ll.ik.-r. <_rty, Au.-kland an.l W.lllnaton? r W Porbee * B?l ?AIUBD 8tram.r I'-nlnaular (fortl. for I.lahon vla Aftir.a: Paa r.| illri Fant..* ani Hl.. tirand*- d.. Hui Kl Dorado. NVw. iirlrana, Jn.nr.t..wti N rf. Ik and Xfwpnrt N.wa; Nliirara. Naa.au .~i ln?.. and .'l-nfu<-a<>?. Huraumlla (Prl. M.r .?ill.? vla Kaplee; Clt. "t .'..lumt'ia, w.-.i i*,>ini. Clty nf IMrniln.liiuii iavannah S..iin?nnl? .'Im. Humt.urg, \ lu Cnarboura and Bouth_mptoa Wlll.bad <<irn. Hr.m.n. Bhlp PfarBBB*. L-r AnJ.r f..r ..nl.r. THK M.'VKMKNTH OT MTKAMERS. fOMIOM I'.RTM Mi.am.r Ma.-arhua.lt. .Hr). BBflMMt, frora N*w Toik Auguat Sl, arrlvad at Uund-n -.pi.tnlxr 12. Umbrel.as. Special attcntion is directed to the values to be secured at our Oreat Sale of UmbreMas. These are noteworthy: 20-inch Hlaek Twiil (iloria Silk Umbrellas, PangOO Fr;inios, Assorted DretdeD aml Natural Wooil Handlei, regular value 1...0, 98c. ^ach. 2G-incli I'nioii Serge Silk Unilirell..a_ Psragon Fraiiu's, Crvstjil, Dntdea aud Ivoiy Humlies, miide to sell for 2.50, X. _Q Each. 20-inch Small Rolllng 1'nihrell.is, I'nioii Taftota Silk, Pfgored Dresden, Ivory aml Silver Handles, shouid be 2.08, 1.98 Each, NOTE THESE SPECIAL BARGAINS. ROCKERS. Iliiihly yiolishoil antiqiie oak and Uiahogany lmi-.li, Sadille or Cob bler leats, 3.48 Each. DINING CHAIRS. Highly polishod antique oak Box Sear, French Leg, 2.15 Each. CHIFFIONERES. Antique oak Chiffbnieres, 5 drawers, 5.39 Each. fi-P fUNT'sflNEfURNITURF RAFFIA MAT'E OP1 MAMI.r.A R.'PE. IS AT ONH. LI.HT, AIRY. DfRARl.E AND ODD IN DTCCT. IT I. SlPERInR. H'.TH IN AI'r>EARAN<'E AND STRENOTH. TO THK RATTA.V OR WILLOW, ANP IS EMINKNTI.Y RKRX1CRABLM KOR UM IN DEN OR rr.SEY NOOK WE HAVE A COX EIDERARLE VARIETY OF BHAPSi ANT> 3TYI.ES IN CHAlRf, Pa'KA?. ET"'. MAM'l'.V TUR1NO PRICES IN THIS. AS \\ EI.L. AS IN ALL LINiSa OF FL'RNITIRE WHICH VOU "buyofthc MAKE)-" Geo. C.Flint Ca 43-4S and 47 WEST 23"ST. NEAR BROADWAY. PACTOlY: 154 and 156 west !9?ITR_gT SPECIAL. IYIEI\JTIOIY AdTerttaementa n.lmllle.l lnto theae col amnn are reooniiiieii?le4t io the rendera ol THK TR1IH>'K na tli<>roii_.lil v rellnble, and bnalnea. run be done by nanll WU*A th. nd ?ertlaer. vrlth perfe?'t aafetjr. THE FERRIS BACON. Nothing is More Certain th.-in th<* Uncertainty of Riches. exo.pt tt he .-, guaran'' ?? '. ;:. coaae for '.if.. ???? ur<-d ->? a PERFECTED ANNUITY BOND, adapt.d to all agra. Addr.*.. ..ating air*. It. ?-. I IKi'llIlK Mi KltOADll IV, ni:yv TORK l i rr Crouch & Fitzgerald, 161 Broadway, 688 Broadway, 701 Sixth Avenue. roR gPINCBROPT. MFG.CO IMPORTBRB, 1* Malden L?..*. >?.- Y.rk. TheThos. 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