8 6 ' THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE -20. 1888. " ' ,,, VrW
fg A. T. aTBItAUT'H tULUOKB.
Jjf Tentlsnanr Hi Dttnlla t JntfT Bib
jL tan. rnrht r the BaitMH,
K' Flvo strong Iron boxoa, marked "Estate
R' of A. T. &," wore runirod nlonu th wall In
K Burrocnto ltnnxom's court room yesteiday
K morning. They eontnlnod govoral thousand
mf Touchers which Mr. Chontohad oatlod for and
W' which ha wantod to put In evldonoe In Miss
E Itosnllo Butler's suit to bronk the will of Mrs.
K A. T. Btownrt. Mr. Choate not In evldonco tho
85 tact that the first accounting, as It was called,
JP Waaaccompanlod by2 2'J5 vouchors, nnd thl5,
$k Mr. Chonto thought, wan cnouuh to show tlml
j& Mrs. 8t8wnrt could not have loolod porsonully
F Into tho dotalls of hor accounts, The boxes
Ef wore twHtod and put In evidence as five oxblb-
ft Its, It ticlna docmml unnecessary to mark the
mt documents Hopnrutoly. , , , , . .
m John M. Hopkins, Judjre Hilton's clilof book-
B, k eo per. wns the first witness. Ho said he was
Hi' 72 yours old, and had workod for A. I'. Btownrt
as chief booLkonpor nnd supcrlutondent of no-
ft pmints from lsi.i) to 1876 Ho lind fprvwl Juclpjo
m Hilton In a slrallurcnpaoltrslncf Mr. Stewarts
M death. Ho kept tho Hpeclul ledger, Ihewlt-
P. nei stnted that nltor tlm Konorul dostrnctlon
I? of books Judco Hilton's attention was calledto
K tlio fact tlint a check of I250.UOO had in some
M way lullon Into the bauds of n Brooklyn saloon
fLooper. nnd had boon framed andhunfrupm
lis barroom. Judge Hilton wa displeased,
P and spoke of tho i-nrelsssiioss of lotting lirtvata
(' papers of tho firm got Into the hands of out-
1- side parties. He anled tor the ledgor of 1870.
and took It Into his own ofllco. V itnoss nfler
. ward saw tho ooers empty on a table, and torn
paces nr the book In the Bcrnp basket. Uewaa
i lnformod by Herbert Anstey that some of the
5f leaves wero not destroyed, hut he had nevor
seen them. Mr. Choato asked:
& Q. Thai book contslned iliitmint and secoont kept
fS br you or the ralue or I In Imereet or A. T. Stewa.-; at
SJ tUe lime or tali Ueetb lu tt.e llrm of A. T. Stewart a Cat
i. A. Ye.. . . .
(ft, q Anil at that time thr wn no other account In
'.',, .xlatenr.showlnelhe value of that Intereetf A. No.
5, ott hat wae Hie value of Mr. Stewart's Interest at
t' that timet A.-A llitle uver fliUJiicnU
i a Mo that the tranerer or all the Intereit of A. T.
Steirart within a week thereafter would carry to the
. iranteelhnneliaJUJt A.-iea ..-, .
1 u -Did yoo ever know of a credit or U.UOHOOO to
Mrs. Stewart t A-.o., , . ,
v Q-Wh.n did Judite Hilton tint tee the aeennntof
I Mr. Stewart ebalancet A. On the ilayof Mr Siewarta
St deaib 1 exhibited the acennnt to him at hie reoueet
J Q Mow lonu wae thl af er you had heard or Mr.
t, Stewan'e death J A Lees llian two hours, Mr Llbbv
S came with him Jndirs HI ton ealdt "Let mi m Mr
if Btewart'e account." They looked at the fnotln and
tbe Judge remarked to Mr. Uboyi "Juit about what I
The witness stated that the flcures at which
i- the Btock was entered on the books of tho new
S Arm were about H.170.000. He said a deduo-
'JL tlon of thirty per cent, was made from tho ln-
j& ventory by Judco Hilton's order.
s- Bpeolal Journal L. A. T. B. ACa. was pro-
WL duced. One entry, made by order of Dec. 81.
- 1870, was; "Alexander T, btewnrt, debtor to
, Henry Hilton; this amount bolnc balanco of
'. credit of formor account transferred to latter,
K per order of It. U.. as cash of 10th of April,
ij 1870." Tbo amount was 18.170,102.70. , ,
i "I want tn know," siild Mr. Choato. whether
,-' thero Is an entry In that book that shows at
- what valuation tho mill property was takon
-: and put into the now tlrm by Judco Hilton. I
$ want tho entry which shows t be amount of the
i reduction nuulu by Judco Hilton's ordors that
Sf broucht down the Imontory viiluo from twelve
millions and upward to eight millions one hun-
S dred thousand."
. Tho witness said there was nn entry of four
V- millions and odd on the credit sldo, which nmd
C: "A. T. Btewnrt, Dr., to profit and loss. This
it amount being net profit and loss upon whole-
, sale and retail business of tho housoasmado
up AprU 10. 1876. J4.U47.770.27."
L Q There were tn fact no euch louee ascertained be
t tween Jan. I and April hit A lee.
Q They were aicertained by dticonntlnir theetock
L that ta npon the arbitrary discounting made by direc-
K tlanorJudire lltltont A t.
? Mr. Chontn next nkod for the balance sheet
, upon which Hilton and LIbby becan business,
f and tho witness said he would produco It to-
t day. Ho said the profits declared and divided
on Juno 30. 1836. were S7S7.893.24. Of this
B Judge Hilton received 80 per cent., or $606,
jpr, 313.70. This represented the profits from the
r formation of the new llrm In April. 1876. After-
f, ward the profits woro dhlded f-eml-nnnually.
f Besides thoso proceeds thus divided. Judcs
Hilton receded 6 por cent, interest upon his
i capital, n eunranteo commission of iii per
, cent, nnd flro Insur noo.
W Mr. Hopkins will testify to-day.
m caw bees tiih xowtr.
j A Prodlcitl Kkye Terrier1 Return to Bis
tf llonee After a Night ol Wavwardneii,
Chip Is the nnmo of a four-pound Skyo ter
rier that has lived slnco puppyhood In plenty
,,. and contentment at 3 East Twenty-sevonth
t, street. Tho Hrstof May has come and aono
m. five times slnco ho took lodclncs thero, but hs
f has nevor showod any desire to chance his
i.j. quarters. Thouch his curly yellow banc, his
E largo brown eyes, and silky brown coat won
f him hosts of friends, he reserved his affection
J. almost exclusively for a llttlo sick clrl, Jennie,
r, Who lives In the same Iiouko. The two becamo
I', Inseparable. When Jennie crlod Chip bowled
vl hla sympathy. When Chin had a pain, and said
so frankly in Skyo falsetto notes of distress,
' Jennie wns disconsolate.
: On Inst Monday mornlne, howevor. Chip
. wandered out tbo front door alone to take
fj- a look ut the town. Ho strolled down to the
'' corner and lunched off a bit of cake that ho
found in the cutter, lie walked down the avo
nuo. licked Ills chops before the Brunswick,
t. and scratched tils onr Inlront of Delmonlco'a.
f This taste of fBshlonablo Ufa was too much for
Jit Bkye terrier principle Chin forcot his faithful
i llttlo iclhtros and all the hoiao Influences of
f tho last five years, and Ktnrted out to Beo Now
York, boclnnine with the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
t! In the mean time consternation prevailed at
f 8 East Twonty-8eenth street. All soarch for
if the lost pet proved vuln. Jennie wept bitterly.
f Yosterday mornlne. however broucht Chip
' back In tho caro of a man who did not say
If where ho bud found his small cliarce. but re-
jC celved tho S10 reward offered by nn advertise-
F ment for Chip's return. When The Bun ro-
porter called yesterday Chip was enjoylns the
SI. lot of the hundredth lamb and the returned
h Xtrlilse OStcera Ue-eleeted.
$ Tho adjourned annual meeting of the
W bridco trustees for tho olectlon of offloers was
fi held yesterday afternoon. These trustees wero
jx. present, jiiBt enouch to constltuto a quorum:
W James Howell, President; J, Adrian Bush.
ft nonry Clausen, U. K. Thurbor. Isaac Wormser,
p Both K Keener, Alden B. bwnn. Charles 8. Hlc-
K Bins, John Mollenhrtuor and Controllers Tbeo-
ff doroN. Myers nnd William L. Llvlncston. Mr.
a Howell was rcOlocted President : ten votes were
Jp cast for him acalnst one blank. These officers
i were also reelected by it unanimous vote: J.
&' Adrian Bush. Vice-President; Alden S. Bwan,
fc Treasurer; Ifarry Beam, beoretary ; 0. 0. Mar-
; tin. Cblef Enclneor; bomuel Probaser, Assist-
g, at Enjrlneer;
K Paaehed Eart a fr Comaaeaieement,
h Grammar School 43. at 120th street and
far Tenth avenue, bad the rei ulatton oloainv exerolsea yea
rf. terdey mernln for lie sixteen rtrli and sine boyi whs
jK1 Lare been rradtated and fouud prepared to becln the
t. coDefe conrsea riowers. American Bars, and parenu'
faees ere the decoraUons of the blf assembly room.
W Atter two honrs of sonfs, redtatlona, and addreisea
fS frtaolpal W. J. II. BleberK and Truitee John Whalen
'W shewed the attests the manual tralnlnc rooms. TneiirU
fmade strawberry shortcake and poached egrs before
las neits, snd the roests ate them and said ther wers
stood. The tirls. too. showed how they eould hot! pota-
i toes and broit eteake, and do other tbinire of that sort.
& The boys displayed their olsvsrusss In makuir Joints
H ., With wooden strlpa
; Trustee Uavld H. Knapp said he suppossd that In a
l few years tf people wanted a cook or a carpenter ther
)V would iro eiratxbt to school to set one, and he doubted
lis u that was what the schools are called on to teach.
y Principal BleberK repllel that It was not the Intention
3, of the schools to teaoh couktnir or carpentry simply for
3 the sske or oooblnir or carpsntrv. but Just as aMs In
mental training, to Induce the development of the facul.
M. ties of perception and couiparlsoo ana deduction.
ft Oommlssloncr Hult made a speech to brlnjr out this
, Idea, and to show that Biauual education Is not neces.
B sartly taobnlcal cducatlou. lie said tlist ths kltchsu
V and the carpenter shop ara only means, uot the final end
ft ol tho system.
f7 A Trades Volss C't alatke) Nntnrsllsus-
(IL tlon l.avws.
Tneodore Thomas wanted an oboe player,
wv aadenraeed Felix Dour, who bad not been six months
!la the oountry, and, therefore, by a by law of the Muilo
al Mutual Protective Union, could not Join the union.
Tho union fined Mr. Thomas and threatened to expel
him. and he brought suit to restrain the union. A per.
menent Injunction was granted in the hupreine Court,
aud the General Term has lust upheld 1L Judge Ilrady
says that the by.law ts Inconsistent with the charter of
Iba nnlon. and Is against pabllo polloy.
"It strikes," he says, "at talent, distinction, useful
ness, and the enjoyment of a meritorious psrforroanoe.
There la no response to be eurressfully made to tbo
i ohargo that It Is not only against pubita polloy. but an.
' tagonistlo to tho right of essry msn to saru by nls labor
f lawful In Itsslf whsterer It mar be worth, whether tho
laborer or artlssn or artist be native or foreign born "
Judge Van Uruut coincides. Judge Daniels dUssuts.
Kid Miller Locked Up.
;; Oharlos, alias Kid Miller, and Dave Foster.
t two well kuown and expert bunco men. were arraigned
la Jefferson Market Court yesterday on ausplolou. Cspt
Kollly arrested them at Broadway and Twenty eighth
street at noon, stsndlng with the usual crowd of loafers
thai obstructa that ourner The prlsonsrs pleaded that
they bad behaved themsslvee for a long time, and Fostsr
was parolsd In cars of his counsel Lawyer Stiner. bo
oause of bU 111 bsalth. Kid UlUir iu locked up for
lo Frank Mnnat Annie Uudolph's Assnllantl
Frank Mount, about 17 enrso!d, who Is ac
cused of attempting tn rob ami commit a fuionioue as.
aanlt upon Annie Hudolph of houtb Klrer in Ilyder's
janoon Juno II was arrestod to-day. The girl baa fully
identified htm. Mount said be bad mil tbo girl only
aee. and that was several months ago, and that bo was
oat of the oily tho dajtbo assault wan oemsiiusa. lie
VaaaoaaUtsd U jail,
1 l :
AMD AX.Ii DISEASES OT TXI
Throat and Lungs
srSBBUItEMTIiT CUBED DT
Dr. E. D. Lighthill,
JCAST MB T., Jfow York.
Dr. LlchthUl's method of treatment Is entire
ly his own. and Is universally reoocnized as an
Important advance In medical solenoo. His ap
plications reach the diseased parts In a manner
so superior and effective that relief Is usually
ozportonced at onoe, and complote cures are
often effected In casos of deafness and dis
charges from the oar of lone standlnc; In Ca
tarrh In Its most offensive and obstinate form.
tn the various disorder of the throat and air
passaees. In persistent hoarseness and loss of
voice. In Asthma of the moBt troublesome na
ture, In Chronlo Bronchitis, and In Consump
tion in Its earlier stases of development And
It is one of the happy features of his practice
that the treatment does not clvo the least pain,
discomfort, or distress, and that It can be read
ily administered in eases of children or the
most nervous person. An honest opinion will
Invariably bo (riven, and no case will be ac
cepted for treatment which does not offer a
reasonable ohance of auocess. In evidence of
Dr. LieThthuTa success, we publish below a few
of the many testimonials In his possession:
Traaa Hr, H. P. Decrsvavf, rrowldent er tke
Bowery Vsttlonnl Bssk.
NEWTOBK. May 7. 1888.
DR. E. B. LIQHTHILL.
MY DEAR SIB: It afforas mo great pleasure
to join the lone list of eratoful patients who
have been relieved from troublesome and ob
stinate complaints by your superior skill. My
ease was ohxonlo catarrh, from which I had
suffered to such an extent that it weakened
my eeneral health, and finally cave rise to
such severe pain In and about the head and
throat that It prevented me from eleeplne and
alarmed my family. I am happy to atato that
the very first application of your treatment
Rave me prompt and decided relief. In a few
days the pain had disappeared, and by decroos
the other distressing symptoms characteristic
of catarrh yielded to your administrations, un
til I now find myself completely cured. I
thoreforo cheerfully tender you this testimo
nial of your skill and success. In the hope
that others may ba benoflted by its publica
tion. H. V. DJ3QBAAP.
From Mr. W. Phillips. Pnbllsker or the.
Kilt stnd Bnstnoss Directories, 61 Ifataaavn
as., Nw Xnrku
I am indebted to Dr. Llshthlll's skill for my
complete and permanent restoration to perfeot
hearing and the sucoessful eradication of tho
distressing noises in the head which accompa
nied the deafness and made my life a burdon.
In the Interest of humanity I state these tacts
so that others may receive similar benefit.
Kskdieal nnd Fersn.iw.eat Care) r Catarrh.
60 BROADWAY. NEW YOBS. Slay 1, 1883.
DR. E. B. LIGHTHILL.
DEAB SIB: It gives me great pleasure to
testify that your treatment ot my wife for
chronlo catarrh ot long standing and great
severity resulted tn a oomplete, radical, and
permanent cure. Your success In her oase fur
nishes the most convincing proof that you can
eradicate this pernicious disease, root and
branch, even in onr treooherous and unfavor
able climate, and that It will stay cured, for my
wife has been entirely free from every symptom
ot catarrh ever since you discontinued treat
ment We all know that among both tho pro
fession and the public catarrh enjoys the repu
tation of being Incurable, but your success has
demonstrated the happy fact that you possess
the necessary skill and powor to overcome It,
and I am anxious the publlo should know it
Tours very truly, JT. A. HEAD.
A mass of testimonials of similar tonor and
character to those above, from parties ot the
highest social standing, can be seen at Dr.
S EAST ST., NEW TOHE.
UUDJM FJSOU ITO 1 AMI ft TO 8.
Wanted: cmntw. 20 Oomu a Lino,
SrM""'J -..e- n--- wes,w
A. .TP.TOWK AIlVERTlnKR
ii may leave their favors lor Ths sun ot tho only
frttBorlssd np-town advertisement eroeeet
Urovmy-wj and i.zja, Telephone call, 7U
BSd at.-.l7U Wsstl 443 East,
nstk Ut, JOHKast
! Ml, lUIWesL
nn it, ut. a-viWesL
Mouth Slk A -la.
ust win lt.-UV
A A, U
u Av.-I ssu and l.tvn.
Od Av.-3m Mi, 7t (entrance 4Tth su Ml, 1,00
1,0 tn, l ir;t. .wv l.MUl t.tut, and ilia
4th At. IS3 (corner loth St.).
Ik At. Wjand.70
nth A T.-tsi um, and em.
Vth Av.-78, boa, nesreHthst.
Liberty Ston. Telephone rati, 830 Joha.
n Bold A v. hear UaUeytt
No extra chants.
BOWNAZ, Experienced operators wanted Jareey
I'inb. and Mrs. Uo.. 4S Lincoln st, Jersey City
Ileifhte. Tske llotioksn Ferry.
BLANK nt)OKl-Wanlesewer on halfhonnd
work- LLLIB MACDU.NAL1), 7B I'srk place.
BOOK FOl.DKRnT stitchers, and sewers.
A. UE VlNNli.Ji Co.lcite place.
DR KM HAKIMI -Wantsd. operators and wal7t
hands. SU Westiiothst.
Xf nt:r. KewInK Machine Bohool open dslly from t) to
'8 at Ulns" Ledrinr IKmse,!f7 Su Jfarlt'e place, nth et
XjOI.Ir:rt wanted at 78 Trinity place. "Apply after
, Uo'cloik. ,
PA l E It aoXKo-Kxperlenced hands nn small
ceok boxes and rounl work also learners. Apply to
KINM-.Y TOUAUUO CO. SJI WeetZdst.
S II HIT TUIMMIAoTnakrf wanted
A. HcCLBAN, 183 0th ay.
UM nn KLLAS.-Wanted. 2 rlrst-clais ol)ten.who
understanil Hie tMislnr.s thoroiiirhlr. at
llhlTl.lt. IJLK.N l AWMnSsndlOVniltest.
WAA I KH- A pushing; buslneen womsn livlnu ont
fAde of 2ewAork clt to represent a responsible
Jiew York hr)iip( tberal isUry. references exrhsns d.
J. U. IILVCRAtT buiierliiuniient. at lleadest. V
WA.NTGn mrnnralrl about IHtotist with llht
housenork an 1 In the ctre of two children in
American tamily lulnu In Marina Address, statlnr
wanes, which must be lo. Met), boxllH). Him office.
W.N I Kll VestTtlilt ulrls. into 17 rears of are,
.tn team rlsnrrtte larklnif. pud uhtle learnlns
Apply to KIN.NKl TOllMft) CO. 5J1 tst -Jdst.
WATr.ll-ljllFli wollfcrmeil misses, atte 14 to
10. to tr on ciniks.
rlltIM VS IIP.OS 4S nnd 50 Walker It
WA XTKD- First i Ihss r. nlt and skirt hsmls- steady
employnti-nt nnd highest skis paid. Call at 2
East aist et , all tho week.
WATi:i-Cllrl nn bnil.lhu machines, steaily
einlilnyinent. IIMsrl.l.lii .V SCI1LATTKII, UHth
st and Drouk a v.
WANTnil Oherntnrs for coMs; also tailor tor
country. Call ut it1 Clinton st. New York city.
WAN Vti n t'lunrette makers Anplv to
KIN.Ni; TtlllACCU CO, SJI V(eitI2iUt
rjnfJI.ADl AGi:. ! anted Immeillatelyralso
uvU men irrtli lest mnne iinklUL iiMenllnn of the
ae; over million sold Mrs.ll I LITTI.K, Chlcaito, 11L
APE'tHrVEIlINfJ M.V. alont. wanted for
ontioor retail city trsilo, tto pr, lous knnwleilve o
the business reiinlred, r tit I ltietrnttlnu eh en and salary
paid to nht parly. Applj at TOt th tv.
ACTIVE msn. about m wanted for city trade: will
XX tie inetrurted In our buMnrM and salarr paid while
learning Apply at store corner 4th ar and leth st
A I AUrilON sellsaKW Cheviot suit, blue black,
fs. or brown, for VO trj Flnlbush av , llrooktyn
A "A.ME"0 p-lla a f.m rsislmere salt cuta
ii. nay or sack, tor fri SQ Flatbush st. llrookhn.
A l.otio splendid second nan 1 suits, fine ron
ditlon, $tt, I.IM) elegant coats and vests. S4, line
pants. $1 up MlitKt Store, -uu Matbnsh av. Krooklyn.
A t'AIIERON sells an elegant blue plnhead
worsted suit for fa JOJ riatbush av , Brooklyn.
T'.sTm ERO sells" $40 Prince Albert or out-
away salt rorfto arj natbush av. Brooklyn
A CAM KltON sellsa S5H satin lined Prince Al-
bert snlt for 114. 2Q2 Flatbush av , Brooklyn.
ASIAA wanted tolln up and ha,l band books.
Mhr.SJlON A CO . llahway, N.J.
UUnKIliDCltS,-A ood"casemker wanted:
AJ alsobaoker. T J CAO.SEY B CO , 73.1 Broadvsy.
BOOKItlN'IIERM. A msn to round books and
covers wanted. It B, AltCIILR. 67 l'srk SL
BOUKUI.VDEBI -Cssemsker wanted.
1' y. CQLL1E11. nu Attorney it
f KAI KF.lt It K ERN. Wanted, sponre douih
mskers, setters, and men tn nan lie and bake staple
and tancv sweet blecult at reel ovens AnDly bT letter
addressed to C. I) UOo3 A SUN. New London. Conn.
CARRIAGE FaTnTEUi man that can set
work, read for flntahiu?
LKMHKlt A DUFF. Tort HlchmonC. & L
CA It )t I A OK PAINTER and blacksmith
wanted to ro short dlstancs In tbo country. Apply
at '21 Duane st. 0 o clock.
CARRIAGE PAINTERS! 2 first-class men.
CHAS. E. BAILEY. OertnanU llolel blamtord. Conn.
FIHST.II.ASS IIARMSS STITdlKRI
can find steady employment nnd pnnd waxes, none
but sober men wanted, st ViUlTK 4 KLUR'.S, U East
twenty seventh su
FEEDEIl.-M a week.
JOliysON, 81 Cliff st
CItAVFI. ROOFIR wsntel as foreman: must
thorouuhly understsml the buslneiB and be steady
and sober, prnnsnent situation for rlsbt man Address.
statin? experience and waires wanted.
KOUFBKS, Sun up town office. ISO East IMIh st
GOOI1 IIORhTmHOER and Jobber. Apply to
J MACNAUAKA, Wllllamsbrldge. Uarlem it It
QOllDON FEEDER. "jIARSn, 5S Franklin st
HA It EsiTlIAltER wanted Apply at West
cott Express stable 4Jd st and 3d av.
MAN wanted to case In books
MhltBHUS A CO. Rahway, N. J.
POOR FA II I I.I Km with children, hartnir Irlenda
at the Weet wtll be assisted to reach there by tho
Children's Aid bocfety. J4bt Mark's placs. homes pro
vided for I oor I oys and irirla,
PRINTER. Bteel plate for portrait work wanted;
steady I'inplonnent Ad tress
ritl.NTKH. Bun np-town office. 1,233 Broadwav.
PAINTERS wanted Apply at Avenue Hotel, Uan
mel's station, Itockaway lleach. L. I.
PI.UM11ER wanted7473 nuthln? av, Astoria,
TO IIOOItlllMiERS -Wanted, forwarders and
coverers un sheep work.
J. if. VAN KYCKLE ACO.BOJohnst
TO TAILORS.-Wanted, hands, with board and
seat room JOHN CAltltOLL, 33 Beach st
TINKOOFEU wantedat731 7ih at
MU1.LER t WOOD.
USrnirEI.I.AK Wanted, a llrst-clais Jobber at
UEITEIt, OLLN A CAW LBl'd. Sand 10 White st
WANTED Local or travelling aienU ror a new
epeclalty. Flreproor Bares. New ork afent or.
dered a car load first week' ft New Jersey scent hair car
load: a Michigan rn vasser cleared 84UI first month: a
Buffalo dealer, with his other business Is clearlni (ISO
per mouth on our specialty Catalogue rree.
ALI'I.NK BAFK I Q Cincinnati. Ohla
WANTEI-20brlht. active boys to drive hoops on
nsrrcla bffore trusntne: machines Abply at olllcenr
LOWELL K. I'ALMEK. 47Nortll 4t)l St. Iliooklyn. E 1)
WANTED Man as porter and packer In flshlnit
tackle house; only those Mm have had experience
need apply. T. J. CON HOY, us Fuliun st
T ANTED-Plano pnlljhersat Uerllrh's piano fac
II lory, Taterson. N. J,; firt class men only need
apply. JOHN J. HU1C1I. Manager.
WANTED An experienced hotel coffee maker to
work In a country hotel Us) East 4th st
W AN TED Vfew outside salesmen of itooil address
to handle a specialty, liberal terms to rrsoonslble
parlies. Call or aildrtee MA.NAOEK. 4" Last l.'tli st.
WANTED A man about "tt, who la quick to learn
and Hilling lo work: uill le Instriicied and paid
while Icanilnir. Apply at store loj I net Iritbst
WANTED Jeweller accustomed to working on
plated work. U1BF.L t IIAIIIIbR, JO Vtsey et
WANTKD-Laheleutter for block work
LL1IMAIER A BltOTIIl'.R t Fulton st
WANTED-A harness maker. KoWasblnrton are,
CtARRIAOi: lAINTEIt. haln is months'
J experlenro p,li.tlnir ftud VHrnlhlm; rtilmlliL" cenrs.
anil rubntn ruutili stuir, sould IIUo to nor!, in a good
shop. Address M IC , I II Douglass st. itruoklyn.
X)ItUiiJJWil.I ior utst Saturday Mat at 2.
Handsomest Hxfeit and Coolest Theatre In the World.
I, C. DUl'F THE
opera i o..f pant, I QUEEN' j MATE.
tf . JAI IIIIH'1 Til ll.I V THEATRE
11. (BOW UKY. BELOW CAN , m )
GQRINNE JN ARJADIA.
MTU NT. TtlEATIf i:. c, rner tllniv '
bum KM It MA n SHI'.-t W ednescl ty and Saturday.
rintlllM l.Y LAST WHI'.Sv OF
THE HI ll.I. ALARM.
Callcry, ttc. Hercrvcq. tv. in. ,!h. tH.tl.Vk
WIMIOIMt TIIEsTRE, Bowery near CanaL
MATINEE TO DAY AT a KVhMNO AT 8.
MR. I'EltCY IIUNTINO
DR. JEKYLLAND MR. HYDIfc
I BIT COUIM.Eri'.a-l'auorauia of Jeruialim
ss and tl e Crunflilnn
"There Miisdarktiees ntcr all the land "
Madtstn n and Zi st ojeit dtyai.d nl;lit, too,ed
KOSTr.uT.V II iAIVH CON's ERT IIALI.
N V AMI'nCMI'M CO, I.d .. Lessees
Mr. and Mrs. James Owen 0'Conor.
Widnesdsy Matinee baturday,
MA DIHON SHJIIAUKrllEAT E. Iced Air.
Mr A M. I'ALMliK Role Manager.
MR. UK HARD MANKFIEI.II
as t'hetrlalln A I'AlllalA.V 110)1 A.NCIi
Next week Mr. Mansneld's farewell week.
NI I.O'S m"timtr-to"14y at a
Rpserird feats Orchcslr.i Cirrle and lialmns.oOe.
'iSo-'M " Bi!v'in&'AUi ii fj OlSkK,
rnuuE.iti; a visuk:r-Touigbt Mniius best
A opera. (Irpsr Baron. Thursday, Boccaccio, trlday
and Saturday, rarUlan Life. '
POOI.r THEATRE, Rth.t.bet 4'h ST A B'way.
MOLDOOK 8 s-ICNKTAND BlV.OTBIO S CO.
I0o, 300, KM. KM IfOJL, Wl, Tbox, ana eatBliv
til in !
ST. OKOSCiiv UTATBW UtAWB,
Dlrsetly Opposite tho Ferty lndln
AKD EVEIIY EVKN1NO AT DO O'CLOCK,
COL088AL ntT0RI0AL IrlOTAOLB,
The Fall of Rome,
TUB GRANDEST PRODUCTION OF TriB AQB.
Coloisal Btage covering an area of S City Blocks.
i.OUU rERtORMERS 2.1XM
Terpslclinresti Corps of I (inn Artists.
HOW TO oLt THKRKt
Boats leave Battery every lotnlnuus.
Fare otily in cents
Amosement Grounds directly opposite tho ferry land
ing Admission Vicente: Grand Baud 2 cento extra.
Boxes, hulali r sis persons. t t'hlulren. 2.1a.
Ik km Mr sale st rollowlng places!
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad omcea, 415, Hoi and 1,140
Rrle Ksllmad. 2M et.and Rroadway.
Brentano'a on Union square, at all Elevated Railroad
etatlons and st all principal hntele.
raiailaletestnrra (Irani Hrpub lo and Crvaial Wave
from ."id st. N It. every avsnlng at 7 o clock i from
Brooklyn (Jewell s Dock) at 7 5 I'. M. Bteamer Thomas
1. Way rrom Newark at 7 o clock ovoryovontnr.
Round Trip. 2oo.
AT SAINT OEOROF, ST S.TEN ISLAND,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT.
JUNE 23. AT 4 r. si.
First appearance tn America, after an absence of twenty
seven years, of ths world famous, only and ortrinal
Till! IIBR0 OP NIAGARA FALLS.
If. Blondin will, nndar the management ot I
present his marvellous performances, at a height ot IS)
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
tor a limited season only.
General admlisloa 50c Children halt price.
PERFORMANCE BAIN OR BU1NB.
A LOVELY OCEAN AIR HAIL
ACllO-8 OUR BEAU1IFUL BAY
To America's Mighty atlonal Entertainment
BUFFALJ BILL'S WILD WEST,
AT F.RA8TINA. BTATRN ISLAND
LAROFR GRA.MlEa MORE BTUPh.NDOL'S TnAM
EVblt Chrapeit Bell, Most Instructive and En
joyable 1- xhiblttun n the face of the earth
ADAIIhSION UK CHILURbN LNDtK 15, 250.
Dally at 3 Mghtlv al B Kaln or hhlne
nOW TOUrTTIIrllE-CHKAP KXCURBIONS.
6taten lelaml boats every t minutes, rare only lOo.
to grounds. Btesmer Itenrr h Hlshop. from Jswell's
Dock. Urooklvn. 1 45 I'. U. and 7 P. M , rare, round trip,
only J5a from Newark Tboraaa p. Way 1 ao P. M.
and 7 P. it. , round trip, . . Bout Julia from ElUabcth
port GREAT FAMILY DAT OUT1.VO REBORT
Refreshments at ponnlar prices uood dinner 500.
CAMP UI'hN BUNDAkS. ADMISSION 5c.
(tAKIMI Rroadway and 3th st
Evenings at B. Matinee Saturday at J.
"IUL I'llfcVOMENAL RUCCLBl HINTINUBS."
Ul'MlRBDS TURNED AWAY NIGHTLY.
THE BPARKLI.SU COMIC OPERA,
ROOF GARDEN CONCERT AFTER TUB OPERA.
ADMIS-.IO.S. AOc . including both entertainments.
..JUNE 30. GRAND GALA AND SOUVENIR MG11T.
HlDi COOLhD BY TONS OF IOB.
1 AFlV ssI-VENTII I'tK.
riVfJY, OPERA COMPANY.
1 IlUl r.lEMMIh AT a
T1 1 f I? I? SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2
XlsJEskV ADMISIH.IO.N CO CENTH.
EDEN MUSEE. oS?.30
OF PROF. UARTL'8 VIENVEtE
COc. 1KTKRNOON AU EVEI.NCS, ffO.
EUDEL.YI NACZIS HUNOARlA.N BaNU.
Ajeb, tb Myitifylnff Oheta Automaton.
rXVITo peb jTu ouITkI
Btfrrert btJtti. Orchtr Circle and Balcony. fiOo.
T11K I lltrbcrt Kalcey, t raar Coulter.
HA K.I R Robrt llllllard, VV. J frergusoo.
DAUt-H'l Kit. I and LUorjjla Cayran.
Next tt eelt-Mr.. tftowee UNCLK TOM'S CABIN.
IIATTL.K I THE GREAT WAR DKAMaT"
of 10th it and 4th ar
GET II Mil IT It fi. I JULY UH and 4.
Antilrerary or Hie ureal Battle An elaborate on
reiilr will to prtieuted to each visitor. Under th man
agtinentot J. ht IIIL.1.
OTICE iS ItiA TO yVUOM
FOR bTATXS COURTS.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF .TCROR8,'.
ROOM 1J7, MKUAKT IlUII.Oi.NG l
CHAMUhUS bTRhl.T ANI BROADWAY, f
.NhW ORK, June 1. ltaj
Appllcatlom for exemption will be heard hero, from
to 4 dally, from all i emoiia hitherto liable or recently
leninjcwho have become exempt, and oil needed In
formation wilt be riven.
llioia who bav not answered as to their liability, or
proved permanent exemption, will reolve a "Juryen
rollmeut notice," requtnnz ttiein to appear before me
thlBycr Whether liable or not, aueh uotlces muit bo
anewrred (In perron. If poeilble and at ihia oihoe only)
nuder eevere penattlea. If exempt, the party mutt
brtnir proof of eiemptiun. If liable he mutt alo answer
Jn person, flvlnr inli and correct name, residence, Ac.,
Ao No attention paid to lettere
jVertona "enrolled' as liable moat aenr when called
or par their flnea. No mere excuitewiil b allowrd or
tnterferenoe permitted. The tinea If unpaid wiu be
entered ai Judsmenta upon the property of the detln
que n i rv.
All rood citizen will aid the coarn of Jtutloe.and
ecure reliable and reepectable Julie, and equalize their
duty by serving promptly when summoned, allowing
their clerks or subordinates to serve, reporting- tome
any attempt at bribery or evasion and s naffest in jr names
for enrollment 1'ersotie between sixty and seenty
years of uue. summer absentees, persons temporarily
111 and Unl ed States jurors are not exempt
Every man must attend to his own notice. It ti a
misdemeanor to ffiva any fury paper to another to
answer It is aUo punishable by nne or Imprisonment
to ffive or receive any t resent or bribe, directly or indi
rectly lu relation to jur service, or to withhold any
Eaper or make Miiy talse statement, aud every case wiu
e fully prosecuted,
Commissioner of Jurors.
POT OFFICE OTICE. Letters for forelcn
countries need nut be specially add rested Cor de
spatch by any particular strumrr except when it Is
desired to stud duplicates of bankloc and commercial
documents, letters not upei la ly addreued being sent by
the ttL est vessels anl ab e
foreisn tnalisfor tbe week endlntr June 23 viul close
(pmmptiy In all casetl at ibis olllce as follows:
ttEDNKfllMYe At 1UA. M for Central America and
Bouth Pa i lfl c porta, per steamship Newtiorl. la As
pitiwatl (letters for Uuatemaia must be directed
''per Newport"), at W A M. for Ireland per
sieamshln liermaulc U Queeuatown detiers for
Ureal HrltMn aud other Europea countries must
be directed "per dermanlc ') t lOKOA.M for Eu
mpe per steamship haale. via .Southampton and
Bremen (letters lor Ireland must be directed 'per
Haul" j. at lo 'Hi A. M for the .Netherlands, via Am
sterdnm. psr steamship 1' Calami (tetters must be
directed r pe r r Caland"): at 11:111 A. U for Rel
(tluin dli ecu ptr steatnrlilp lleUfenland, vU Ant
werp (letters mutt be directed "pr Ueiireirand')i
at 1 I. M for Turks Island and UsytL perstvuinsliip
TIIURS!AY.-At 11 A M for the Btihama Islands and
Jamaica, per steamship Alps, at 11 A, M for cne-
nela and Curscna, per steamship Valencia; all 1.
1. for Bermuda, per steaimhlp Trlni'iad, at U U
I. M for 1'roifreuo, per steamship Black Prince
(letters for other Mexican States mutt be directed
"per Black Prince' j, at 8 Ju M. fur Newfoundland,
per iemer from llailfax, at H at y M tor bt
Pierre Miqueloti per sieumer Innn llullf&x
SATURUAi At 10 A M. for Huniieche. CliUpat,
Trtlmncn am, unitaii per stctDuhiii i'lty or Ale
tmlrla Cettcrs for oilier Mexksn htmes must be
directed 'i-t I lt ut Ale3.antrl'iM), at 1 A M.
for Drtxil and tho la I'lut-s Countries via Br
rll. for Hu Thomas, for UurbadV, and for Trini
dad und Drniurnra la Birtn-lees per stramshlp
Allan a, from .Newport Newti (letters f r otlur
Windward Is ands mutt be dlrcited "per Alll
aiuu').at l.iu A- M fur oer.nany. Austria. Ueu
mark. Hwenen. Norway. Ruubi. aud Turkey, per
steamship Kulda via Bremen (letters for other Euro
pean countries, via bouiharapt-m must be directed
psr rulria), at 1 1OA.M (1 r France hwltxerlaud,
Italy, hpaln and J'nrluiVa), per aleamshlp Lh Hour
KOftue la llavrsi at 1 A. M. for the NilierUndn.
via Rotterdam per steanishin Itnttrrdsm (letters
must be directed 'per Iioitirdnm' ), at I l. l, for
M Croix nnd ht. Thomas, tit rtt Crofx. also for
. iilarl 1 1-1 ni ! iliri' t V r atiitihtp Burn ey,
at I 1 M for huiitiHil ilireLf ier s emhlp Cir
cnssl i, via (Injuw (ithTtt mi.Ht be illretied Minr
1 IriHfila '); at J 1 M lur Uirope, per steamship
X mlirlu .lu OjrensloKn . .
6UN1A AtH a. M fnrl'rorcso per steamship Mexi
co, via Havana (let era Tor other Mexican Mates
must be directed per Mexioo". at J P. M for
Truxllln, per steatmntp fltroma. from New Orleans,
it J I M for osta Rica, via Union, per steamship
Koxhalt. from New Orleans,
slallntorthlnaand Japati per steamship City of Rio de
Janeiro (from Han rranclsm). o oe here June i4 at
4 sttil M , tiiRl s for the Hocirty slands per ship
Trnplc bird (from htn rranelen) close heraJune
'Jlat4.tK)r M , mulls forABStralla, NewKealand.
Hawaiian, rlJL and hnman ItJanda ner leaiushlp
J'utti rn (from Mu Fri-i risen c'( lirre Juno M4
nl4 111' M (jrnn .irrlvil at 7wnr t l--am.
hi. In ur..i.iU with Brltisli laslls for Ai.Ftr.tll 1).
millsfot Cuba by rill to lamp 1 rl. und ihemo by
steamer, via Key tt est, r lu. clou at thU ottlcs dully
at .HI A. M ........
The schedule of cloilni of Trans Faelno malls ! ar
ranssd on the presumption of their uninterrupted over
land transit to Han Kranc sru Uils from the Kat ar
rlvlnir on time at tian Fraurlsro on the day of sailloif ot
steamers are despatched thence tbe samediy
AN ABSOLUTE CURE
Of Host Slstrcoslnsj slklii Dlsoswo, sr
In tbo winter of I8TO-W t fotmd rayislf affllotsd with
slncnlar ornptlon on rar limbs, lo wbleh t had hltharto
been a stranger. Tho troobleapp.ar.il in Urn btotoaet.
upon which the stln was raised, but no fathering nadsr
It, No particular pain attended It, sate a bornlnir. etlnf
Inf sensation and an Intolerable Itohlnf, suoh as was
norer betoro experienced. Alter becoming satUded
that II had com, to star, I called my phjilelan, who,
after a thorough examination, pronooneod It a case of
tctsma. tlo comfortsd mebjsajlng ha could euro 111
that It was Dierslr a sxln dlseai. Incident to old venplai
was neither dangerous nor contagious, lint If not ar
reeled would prnre exceedlnglr troublesome and annoy.
big to mo I asked him to pre.cribe, which ho did; pow
ders and pills to be taken Inwardlf, and. wash for out
ward application I attended faithfully to all direc
tions, but the wsih onlr agirrarated the Irritation, and
after .few applications bad to be abandoned. Booora
log thorougtitr alarmed, I asked rar physician to call
oouniel, which he did. Tie sit was examined,
tbe tnedktnes changed. I obeyed orders to tbo Utter,
all to no purpose. The blotches would dlssppsar In one
place (tearing a stain upon the akin as If some dark
liquid bad been spilled orer It) onlr lo appear tn an.
other. It had been a tart of roy early education to dls.
ouuntenanco all adrertue I medicines as a delusion and
asnoro. but one day. In glancing orer a newspaper. I
noticed under the hesd of your OUT10URA. IllSMKOinB
a case precisely similar to my own and, after reading
It orer sereral times I went Immediately to the nearest
drugstore, purchased a bottle of UUTIRURA RE80L
TENT, iwo eakes ot CUTIUURA BOAf, and a box of
OUTIOURA. reiolrlng to use them clandestinely, earo
Inlly noting tbe effects Tbe result of the first bsth,
with an after application ot tho CUTICURA, we moit
grateful and astonishing qnlck y a laying tho burning,
itching ssmatlon, and making me almost forget It erer
Jxlsted. t perserered until an absolute cure wae effected,
oonsldsr rourCUllCURA HL.MBUII-H Inrsluable. and
oheerfully commend them as such. One o our "Keren
Cutlcura Roys," which lias gone all orer the world ta
my grandson, and the remedlee that enected his speedy
and wonderful cure wereapp ted upon my recommenda
tion. AUUl8ra.Lt nil ITU. Ashland, Ohla
fold ererrwhere Price, CUTICORA. t cents! RfMi
2ft cents: ltRHt)l, FNT. II. I'repareJ by tho FOTTiiB
DRUll ANDdllhMICALOO.. Hneton. Mass
ir Mend for "How to Cure Hkln Dtseases," 64 pages.
Uuiiosiratious. and luo teettmonUla.
PIU1'f:'- black heads red rnuglL chapped and oily
rlnl skin prerented by 0UT1CURA BOAP.
I p IT STOPS THE PAIN.
rfErpft -. ehlnr Musctes. Rack, flips and Sideband
Wlmlplr'' l'Mln- luflammailon. and Weakness t p
B SB I Tved tn .n mtniitr stv tb CntU
mm Xaear. A 11-I-Mtn PiuaCer. The first
and only pain snbdulnr plaster. 23 ccata.
NEW YORK CENTRAIs AND HUDSON
GREAT I-Ol'R (RACK TRLNK LINE.
On and after June J trains Isare
UKA.NU ( LN I UAL MATlUN,
La rite Bt and I luest 1'asseiiKer btatlon la America.
JHA M Rothester and MontreaJ hx press, drawing
room tars to Aibuny, Troy, and Syracuse, aiso to Mon
treal and t Albans.
n JVi A U, rAMOUH VESTIBULE CIlU'AnO AND
ST LOUIS LIMITED, compt sed exclusively of bullet
smoking; car dlnlur car. drawing room and sleeping
cars for Albany ttlca. Syracuae. Roches. er, Uufla.o,
Maxara rails. Krle, Cleveland. Indianapolis, and Toledo,
arriving at Chicago at l.yj A. M.; 8L Louia 7:40 1. M.
$10 a i A. M . Chicago Express for.Msfara Falla, To
ronto, Cleve and Cinilnnatl. Indianapolis. Detroit, and
Chlcaso, drawing1 room cars to Canandalftua and Roch
ester $11. .10 A. M, Western New York and Northern Ex
pres, with drawluc room cora
3 JO P. M baratotfa and Lilca Special, with draw Inn
room cars to All am and Troy. Runs ihrouxn. to Lake
Oeorre on haturda) a only.
4 P. M Accommodation to Albany and Tror.
til P. M , hast Chlcagu. Cincinnati and tit Lonls Ex
press ror Niagara rahs. HutTala tiuspenslon Bridge, To
ronta Cleveland. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, tit. Louis,
Detroit, nu I Chicacu with sleeptnx and dining: oars
30 P U . sluntreal and Cananda una Express daily.
Bleeping cars to 1'lattsburg and Montreal, via Rouses
Point and via 8t Albans, also to Syracuse and Canan
datgua daily, except bunday. tionday train does not run
weet of Albany.
ft P. M bpecial sleeper, arrives Rochester 7.40 A. M,
Buffalo a5 A. M and Cleveland 125 P. M.
Ill 30 P. il , Fast Night Rxpresror Rochester, Buffalo.
Niagara rails, Toronto, 01 eve land. Clncinuail, Indianap
olis. Ht Louis, Detroit, and Chicago, with sleeping cars.
Hlteplnr cars to Clayton la UtUa dally except Hatur
da) , also to Canandatgua on bun days ooly.
1J Mght, Albanv Lxpret. with sleeping cars to Albany
and Troy Connect with the murulng trains for the
V est, for Saratoga, Lake tieorjre, and the North (except
Ttrketa and space in drawing-room and sleeping cars
on sale at Grand Central Btatlon, 4tA 7ttt, and uu
Broadway, 12 i'ark place, 1 Batiery place Hi .Teat
135th st., nnd ISSth st station. New York 333 Woahlng
tou and 730 Fulton sL, Brooklyn, and 79 4tb st, MU
estcott s Express calls for and check baggage from
hotels and residences.
Run daily; otbersdaily except Sunday (Stop at 188th
SL station to take up passengers for North and west.
J M TOUCHY, URNRV MONKTT,
General Superintendent. General PaastDger Agent
On and after JUNK 11. lvQd,
t.REAl TRUNK LINE
AND UMThH 8TATKS MAIL ROUTB.
Tralnsleave New ork.vla Desb rosso aud Cortlandt
Hireets Kerrles a follows.
Harrlstiurg. Pittsburgh, and the West, with Pullman
Palace Cars attached. U A M . 0 ) (Dining Car) and 8
P M dallv .New York and Chicago Limited or Panor.
Dining, Smoking, and Sleeping estlbuied Can, at & A.
V every day
n lltlamsport. Lock Haren, 0 A. M . 8 P. M ; Corry and
Prle at H 1. M. Connecting at Corry for TitusUUe and
the oil regions.
For Lebanou A, M 8 20 P M . and 12 15 nlrht
For Nurrlstown, Phcenixvllle Pottstown and Reading.
11 A Me. 1 2 and 4 P. M. Satordaysonty. a P. U. bun
days. 6. 15 and 10 A. M
Baltimore. Washington, and the Routh "Limited VYash
tngton r xpress " of Pullman Par or Cars daily except
Stindar in a M.t arrive Washington 4 P. U .and daily,
with Dining far at 3 40 P. M . arrive Washington u 12
P M . regular at ti.XX A and n.TO AM, 1, 2.430 and
0 P. U and I -'.15 nlghL Sunday, ti 15 and 9 A. M,
4 30 and up. M., and IJ 15 night.
For Atlantlo City, 1 P. M. week day (through Parlor
For Cape May 1 P M. week day.
Long Branch, Hay Head Junction and Intermediate sta
tions, via Rahv. ay and Am boy, 3 jh and W 10 a. M , 13
noon. 3. Hi, 4.10. and a P. M On H und ay, B;45 A. XL
and 5 P M. (do not stop at Anbury Park)
For Old Point and Norfolk, via New ork Philadelphia
and .Norfolk Railroad, 8 P M. daily; Tla Baltimore and
Bay tine, 4 30 P SI. week days.
Boats of "Brooklyn Annex" connect with all through
tralm at Jersej Olty, affording a speedy and direct
transfer for Brooklyn travel
Lxpress trains leave lew York, via Desbroue and
I Cortlandt Streets terries, as follows
a.O, 7ra 1, U(D Chicago Limited, with Dlnfng Car, and
10 Washington t Imtted), and 11 A. H, l: A), l. i,
2a 4,4 " 5 tf.f).HO H and P. M and IJ.15 night.
Accommodation. 8 3iaud 11 10 A. M.. 4 40aud 7 P. M.
bundays Kxprt-ss, 0 15. 0 (tf Limited), aud 10 A M . 4,
4 W 5. d. SO. a, and 0 P. il, and 12.15 night. Ac
commodation, 7 P. M
Trains leaving New York dilly, except Sunday atS.8,
and i l.io A. M, l 2.4. G,a P.M. and 10 A.M. and 6
P. M. on Pundsj s conneot at Trenton for Camden.
Ticket Omcea Nob. 1. VU 8-iy. and 1H4 Broadway, 1
Astor House, and foot of Denbrosses and Cortlandt sta.;
4 Court st , and Brooklyn Annex Station foot of Fulton
st. Brooklyn, btatlon. Jersey City; Lint grant Ticket
oftlee. Castle (laroen
The New York franxfer Company will call for and
check baifgigr from hotels aud residences.
I CHARLES 1 . I'lfOII. J It WOOD.
, Ueneral Manager General Pass'r Agent.
New youk, ovi-Aitio aniWi:Tt1
. Trains leavo from ferries at West 42d and Jay its. as
folio vr :
est 42d. 7.50 A M; Jay sL, 7 30 A. M-. for Middle
town. falUburg Mnnttreila Liberty, Walton. Delhi,
Norwich, (Jtlca, Rome. Oneida, ruliou, Oswego, Buitalo,
Detroit, Chicago adklll alley points
West 4Jd, 4.10 P. M Jay st is M P. M., tor Middle
town EllenvUle, Wallklll Valley points.
West 4id st, atJ5 P M.: .lay st. flito P. Mdallrfor
Mldlleluwn, Fa I In burg Llbrrtv, Walton. Norwich.
Oneida. Oswego, Suspension Bridge, Detroit, Chicago,
ft l.ouin. Bullet slreprrsto.Mugara Kali a Reclining
chair car free to Rochester
Pullman sleeplngiar berths resened st307Broadway
Time tables, tlcLein. Sc , at -07.Jo7.W4t t.w.'j Bruad
w) 7.17 ihuuv, 134 Past UVh st and 204 West 125tb
I t, New oric J. C ANDERHON, tl P. A..
I 1 Exchange place, ,si York.
BOUND HROOK ROUTE.
Time Table of Mav U IfM
Leave New Y rk, foot or Liberty st.. 4 00. 7:45, B 00,
11 (IA M.t 1 a. 3il5, 4 (iO.fi i 7. U OOP, M Sun
days. 4'fs-, H 45 A. M j 5 3H 12 'XI P M.
Leavit Phllaiielphla, 1'tti an I tlreene sts.7 30, fl 30,
D at, 11 Cha m ,'i iri, a 45 fiiift, 7.u, U;jOP. M ;8un
daS, 6 30 A M t 5 10 1.10P. M
DRIWI.NU.UOOM AM) HLEEPINO CARS.
V TICKIffoKFirPfi. 401 317, 711. and
XX. W7 i(""''dwa), IfilVt Bowery, 17 West
v st, 1 Ilattery place, Chambers Et and
yWvtrN. -3d bt rerrfes. New York. 331 and t3
X l3il-ll ruiton st,Broklyn; 107 Broadway.
x. I lilljX WiUlamnburgb, corner Newark and
xifflygy Hudson sta, llobokeni 62 Monigomsrr
XfUiKr it and New Station, Jersey City.
X where tickets and Parlor or Bleeping
r Car repervBtions and orders for check
ing and transfer of baggsvre ran be obtained Expre
. trains leave J.M t live uuuutes earlier than time shown
from Chautbere st
A 31 dally. Dar Express, buffet drawing room
coirhrs to Builelo Pulliusti Sleeping coaches Horuells
l'li id ClUf lutiari and 1'Jetrtaiid
10 30A M uisk days De aware Valley express par
lor rur to Binglianitou owego, hluiira, aud Coming
') P. M. dally, "t hlc ago and St Ixmls Limited." a solid
Pullman trufuof day aud buffet sleeping roaches tn Buf
fata Niagara 1 alls, C sveland. Chlrairn, Cluclnoati, and
bL Louis No extra chaige for fast time
OP il daily. Clilragn Exprrs. Pullman boBet sleep
ing cosches to fllnihamtnn tiwvgo, Elm Ira, Roc b ester,
Buffalo, Cincinnati and Chicago
For Incal trains see time tables tn ticket offices.
W J MURPHY L. P FARMER.
Geocral Superintendent General Passsugsr Agent
1 nil STAR 1,1 i: rOR ANTWERP
V tailing from Ne Voik unl Antwrrn everr week
1IFI ilKM.VMJ , , We inenUy, Jmiu Ji. iOWJp, M
R II. NLA.SU , . Wednesday June J7, flxi) A. M.
Summer rates i First cabin $iu to IliM escurslon.
tllotoSlHO, Mrond cabin 45, rxcurslou sViOand a5.
Steerage at very low rates
PBTER WRIGHT SONR,
General Agents, 6 Bowllog Green.
Tennis, Boating. Mouniain, and Seaside,
fi A TffmTJTJT T ?Q 25 West
UAJN lXVJjJuJj D, aSdlitreoL
A pair of low shoes and a
straw hat, liko tho Georgia
Major's miform, are the proper
hot weather equipments,
We Bell both, and are quite
willing to havo tho excellence
of our service measured by the
neatness, despatch, and econ
omy with which wo can fit
either extremity, to say noth
ing of our capacity for adorn
ing tho entire person.
Rogers, Peet & Co.
DBOADWAT AND I'ltl.N'cn ST..
UKOAOWAT AMD USD (ST.
Prices Same at Both Stores.
OPENS FOU TUB SEASON
Thursday, June 21, 1888.
Steamers wilt leaye Her 1R, M. B.; 32d Street. E. R.
and Jewell. Wharf. Brooklyn. Time table In dally
papered Wednesday, June JO.
WEST BRIGHTON BEACH
Brighton Beach lintel and Race Track,
Boats leai a WHITEHALL ST. (Battery), terminus of all
eleraied railroads, hourly from Tlo A. M.lo II .lu A. M ,
tben HALt-liUUItLY tu fl 10 l M. and at U.1U t. M.
Last train from West Brighton. 10 Jrt H. M.
SL'MIAra (lrstbnatleaesatt'lUA. M.
I.XCVJIMIUN llllii:T,40 TEXTS,
On sale at all DOWN-TKACL. BTATIONS eleraUd
Good to return to Brooklyn Tla Prospect Park and
Coney leland Railroad without extra charire and to re.
turn to New lork from VI AMI ATT AN HKACH via Bay
RMire or Lonir ishtnd Mty upon paymfni of dlnerenro
In fare. All slAMIATTAN BhACli TICUliTU uood to
return orer the "Culver Routa."
Only all-water root, direct to tbo
CONEY ISLAND IRON PIERS.
TO DAY'S TIME TABLE i
FROM tVKMT SUD IT., N. K.. hourly from
SA.M. untU 7PM
KH.OM PIEIC (NEW) SO 1, N. R . (Battery
flaco Station Eleraied Railroads.) half an hour later.
LEAVE CO.Kl lnl.A..VD PIKRfs. lu 41.
U.4U A. M., 12.40, 1.40. 2.40, 3.40, 4.40, 3.4U U.4A 7.40,
and H 30 P. M.
V Tho last boat from Coney Island will Und only at
Pier I. .V It.
PARK TO COtiEY ISLAND AND RETURN. TO CENTS
Excursion tickets sold at all DOWN TRACK Matlonl
Elevated (toads, with free transfer between toulli
Kerry and Battery ptaoe tor Sd aud 3d av paasentrers.
MEW YORK. YACHT CLUB REGATTA.
THURSDAY. JUNE 31.
The Iron Steamboat Company, steamer
win accompany tbe yachts ovsr the ENTIRE COURSE,
WEST 23D ST, NORTH RIVER, 0:45 A. M..
PIEB (new) NO. I, NORTH RIVER, I0I5 A. U.
ticki:th, om; uollar.
.YaT- Tlie number of pisseuers will be limited to ono
halt of the licensed capacity of tho buaL
TRAIN LEAVE FOOT E.04TH ST..N.X.
l 20 dally except Sunday) 8 TO, 10 :0. 11 20 A. Jl
IJ.-20 (tj ,'si Race Hays. C. I J. c. only) 1 120 II M Bun
days and Rare Hays C 1 J C only) and half hourly
from 3 tio P. M to lhj p. M. and slip. M
WlllTlillAl.L ST. terminus of all elevated roadi
Hourly from 7 luA it to II hia Jl . half nourly from
ll.iA M loBito p. M : Sundaja hourly from MHO a.
11 to . 10 P. SI Race Days all Irani. ..up al Race Tract:
fcxcurslontlcketefur sale at M down track stailuus of
ORANH CONPKRTS APTI'IINOON AND PVPSINO
BV 'j' in: fa si our. aji ueiit wand.
ALr-Itlil) D r-UIIX. DIIIM'TOR
I'AI.' UOIIIiCOVO HI'KI TAOliE,
" louo hki; or London."
Tussday. Ihursday. aud Saturday hyeulngs.
BOWERY BAY BEACH
the most beautlltil and popular eatnlly Summer Resort,
only JO inutile.' sail from .Setr ork. Acttr.ltle In rle
(ant sieamboa:s IIUU1II.Y from llarivm llrlJjio.
last l.m Int. andMdar. from u A M. lo HP.il , dlrn tlr
toOrand Pier. Huwery Bay Beachi fare, ISc, excursion,
2lo.. children, ilc. excursion, Hc i also by horse rail,
road, from Wd it. (Astoria) ferry, from a A. Jl. till mid.
ntlihs. Pare. 10c,
A -POST" XEW LIVE TO
DIRECT FROM H HITEIIAM. ST. (i.rmlnus of Ele-
laled Railroads) TO BKACII
fteani.re sYMP.nTBRaud HANfOt,
Leave Whltelisll St., IUiIC A. M, Jill P M.i Brldxo
Dock Brojkln. H A. M , 1 P, it., Jsrsey Oily, by An-
uci ViX, A it I M P. M.
Leavlut Kockawuy, Heallde Dock. 12 M , 5 P, M.
oUMMi i trips Round trip sue.
FORT I.PK PARK DAILY TIME TABLE.
(JltA.N'D ROUND bkCURSION 2c. coinmtDcIni
Monday, June II Hotel and pavilion noa open
Steamers Isave Canal eu "in is. II i A. M , I -uo, uo,
8 so. 5-oa jssji 7 13, and msj P a). Leave fort Lee
e ao. ; su u 30 a. m u uu M , 3.-0O, 3 Ju, 4:ti
.inulcatee that all Intermediate landing, ar. made
The uuuM. and jihjp M boats from Port Lo. do not
land at 34th aud 22d su
PtEASANT VALLliV O ROVE to Istl price 1X
DULY IIOAT to Somh Hirer, .xr.pt Saturdays.
lan1iui; at llr.ias hl odbrhlxe llovuton BesLli
Toltentlllu, Perth and enutli Amuuy, Klorld Uroie. ami
hayr tide Leaving Nee luik at 1') 311 A, U 1 humlavs.
Ii.au. LesTinr Kouih River at 5 P. 11.-, buudays st 4 p il
-OIOLKRA OR FIS1IIINO BAKK,.
h.w Iron and safe sea steamer AND LRU; onlr Iron
boat on this route, dally, 21st su. E. K.. 7.30. Bi.imsu
su K R. o, Pisri H. Rector su. B 30 Pare 7eta.i
ladies. SO eta, Bait aad tackle. ' AU POSTER. '
rTIISIIIrYO RANUt.-Stsamer OEOROEANNA
' dally. West 21st st, N. II. 7 J) i llT Prank
Hit su. 7 Jo. I isr I E. Ci so. terminus of all .levied
railroads Centa 7.V. Idletfii, ""bs'iiS l"
t IIAh rUAKh. Pilot MCi; PtUTAlN. ( apialn.
CV.'AflTP? "ffl'h'nn ranks dolly euntnerlr.
1 (iil A(k from Slsi at. E 1... 7 A. M . .14 st 7 JO
Beekmsn, 7 44 PraukUo. Hits. Bait uckio, lo Maua!
isr, (i. UOOrgk BaJ HOPP. Wm. OEOTErproprl.tors?
..no, nunuuttfiura 1USISMS!'
Neil Saturday's Hi Eelaj. j
GRAND SUMMER FESTIVAL. ,1
ROYAL RnODE IstLANIt OLAM BAKJ.W
OLOHIOUN HALF HOLIDAY.
TUB WORKINUMANU HOLIDAY.
lill (MSIMi OUT SALE
390 SUPERB LOTS,
MICHAEL REROE FARU,
la tho Eighth Warl of BROOKLYN, town of KBrT
UTJIECUT. KINGS CO., L. L, on th. premls.s,
at 2 o'clock r. V.,
SATURDAY, JUNE 23.
The unprecedented succeis ot ths two anetlon aalu
and the Increasing demand lor Mils unusually deslrabl.
properly Induce the owner to c ose out the rsmalnbif
lots at whatev.r they will bring. It I.
TH 11 GREAT ClIANt E Or TIIESEASONI
LET CD MAKE IT HECKT AMD UCU.
IT COSTS !OTIlINQTOCOSJ.EAJIfD BEJB.
EVER1TIIINO IH FREE, I
Title, ar. gnarsnteed by Tho Title Uusrsnteo aol lm
Trust Co of .New York. f
HEXT TBE M HOST ESTATE. I
UntqnaUel uccm tn tht tnnali of auctlnni, ' .Tifl
So buom ilk tbo prerriit ono rwr wan ktiuirn. ilmW
OTPr&iOlotiiiot(l tothrlttv mh tuiri, mV
More wonderful itill wai tIieeAiternehowii.
Tht multitude mcetlnc .wl
And ihirply rnuipetlnir
Inrivtry fricnJly, for loin small and rret
ohome ntanhe cttr
Ko heal bv nJ pretty
AtBerren iHQo Farui, next th old Hont Kstatt.
The third and lant call to an aactlnn Is final I
On June.' d 'tis your halt holilny.
Hind Saturday next Is tbe last , purtunity
To secure lot at auction at pruts that pay. l
Make It a holiday.
A glorious holiday fetlvt, fete;
There's no home ro fair
No fpot can compare
With Derrcn An farm, next the old Hunt Cstata.
A Royal Clam Bake, In the style of Rhode Island,
Awaits jou, with music and fun totDe fore:
Then come brliif your vItu, and your friends, baA
There a plenty of stein and drlnktn ffalore.
Remember at auction i
An unreserved auction i
That buyers not owi ars. arranife prle and rate, (
And mind my advice la (
mm They h double In prices,
These Rerffeu Farm Lots, next the old Unnt Estate,
Whoe'er buys a lot now of Johnson In Utrecht 1 1
(Jet home that will doable In ralue next spring 1 1
ho limit, no by bid Itncr no reservation.
The lots will be sold at whatever they brinr.
So don't miss your chances
Before the advance
Tor all uh to n n a home early or lata.
No time like the present.
n place like the ptsasant
Fine Rertten rarin Lois, next the old Dttnt EiUte.
COME, EVERYBODY, AXO NEE.
KOTAL JMIODE IMLAIVO CLAM DAE1
AT 1 O'CLOCK.. (
Tor mspa, free passea, and full particulars apply to
JLRE. JOHN 60 N. Jr, 60 Ubertr bl. New York, 3QS
Fulton sL. Brooklyn, or at otllces ou premises, corner ot
8th av, and 49 tb st. j
Cabinet Furniture aid Carpets
AT UNUSUALLY LOW PWCEH
OS WKhKLY OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
S. DA UM A.N.N A 15 R OTHER,
39 AND 41 WEST 23D BT.
Lea & Perrins' Sauce,
Lea & Perrlnj, tho original and genuino
Worcestershire Bauco, has hem before
the public over half accutury. I.iLe all
popular favorites. It lias long been tho
standard of comparison and the pattern
for counterfeiters, who not beingablcto
Imitate its excellence, oflcr to the public,
imitations in bottling, labels und stylo of
putting up. They dare not counterfeit
the signature of Lea & Perrins, which is
on the red label of every genuino bottle,
aud of which this is a f.ifsiinila.
To bo euro of obtaining the genuino
article, bco that tho above signature ison
tholabcL i American Analyst
Furniture, Carpets, ami Bedding.
ON TERMS AND AT PRICES TO bl'IT THE PEOFIJI j
DUIUNQ TUE DULL BUMMER ShASON. fj J
7M TO 7 ElailTII AVENUr. CORNER .BTH fft I
II AMI ISOOK.wlth MAI'and 1 1ST of IIOTULS
and llOAKIiING IIDL'htS. may be obtained ITKUI9 it
at 113 Uruailwsr Hoom Emailed upon receipt of So. I
poitage uo application lo LI. It K., Lonf island City. -,
NEW TICEM) OFFICES 1
71 UROAIlWAYirsmUr.andLUUMIIallook.oa I I
sale Coinmutallou uiaj tie applied (or (Ire darf 1 I
before (lie nr.t day of month wanted Til KETf I
Itlll.WA I ) At II. AMI u. OFflCES. S
IIIIOAUW Y AMD ClANAf. ajT. 1.13 i
HIIUAI 1 ATf, and at James slip. 'Fool East
.i.tli st. Astor ll.iuso. osa, (Mi. I.JI3 Broailwar, fij I
Vital st. lij nriwcry. sal Cansl st. Il Fast letb. $
t ,"- ", ' 2 'tn t. It II DO It I. Y . .-glitlena-A I
antle and riaibush ara, Med(ord. Atlenllo, and Franklin i
lultoiist. 107 Hroadway, El). Tl
M'iMIIIKUKie I'ABI.OIt CAR SI TAT i
MAY HE OflTAINEI) AT uVVlCgH AEKED . I
OLD SEA SIDE HOUSE. j
, ROCKAWAY llEACU. i
I. now op.n to th. puullo. S
renoTaSoi' fa,nUr "rt hM untlorfon. s tiorooft i
TABLE FIRST rl.ASH t
T, J. BHUaNAN A I1K0.. Proprietors. 1
Plh!.mA!yR,LD,' '". Phriiclans' delurhtfnl
. pttium. 4
D'.VIT'l,' 3 l"S iih -.''ali Royal bulldlnsj 1
ijiu?'.tt "l11'" Ptslclan and surfe.m botta-seseii , 1
l.,.k'ln "!'!" "lohar"- IndamuaUoua. blaJd.r, 111
kldoeya Ijssrt, lunn sly method omy one known (bU I
euree worst oasesuerToasdsiUm weakness. Adyle. in!. 1
T?h viKAVi ttK "vrniutB riois A'i
hnn. ih2 i 1cl?i '" hul errors, esrly dscay. lost mats- Uf
. . T C.J,I wl!l."-l"l a Taluab e treatise (sal.d) CO.- su
talntiiKfuU particulars for borne cure, free of Vbarki &0
Address Prof. V. rmVLEIt, Muadus. Conn1 X,
r)lsKA)Mor- tli: ONIY -IroDOrtanl ease., (
fret Ur.UUINULK. ni W IJtb su bsl. nth and Tib ara. j
GEEAT OLEAEING-OUT SALE
Furniture, Carpefs, and Bedding:,
Pltluit to nn it
SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK TAKING. I
"BEL TERMS AKD CREDIT OK H
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