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H; THE 8UN, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1888. '
H THREE MEN BURIED ALIVE. B KILLED It T TIIE CA VINO IN OF A TREHCU M ix mucii xuet triuitc iromasa. M Workmen, Laying a Main rnr f a Jaa Cora. H iaay, lnln Vlellna of Carolceeacee Ths H l'allca Looking far tlio Contractors. H Tho Standard Qua Company Is laying a B twonty-lnoh mnln In Tlilrtr-ccoml etrnat B across Uio city from tho sito of Its pronoeoj m pew caBworks at Thlrty-second stroet and m East ltlror. D. It. Hobby and M. Marona. w no B bsro an offleo In tho basomont of 471 Fourth H , KTenuo, are tho contractors. They bnd a sans H of twentr-flvo Irishmon and Italians, under B Foreman M. Castoro, at work restorday tn B trench elcht feet doep and two foot wldo bo- B . twoon Madlon and Fourth avenues. B One of tho bio Iron pipes bad iust been low BB ered Into tho ditch near tho Fourth avonuo BBj end at 2 P. M. and tbroo mon were lylnc bo- BB ceath tho mass of Iron fitting It to the main, M ' while Domlnlclc Coney of 245 Water street, lirooklyn. stood upright assisting them. Bud- dsnly the earth at the north side of the tronch. BB ) And for a spneo extending twelve foet along Us Bkt edge and throo or four foet out into the streot, T gavowny. Throo or four tons of dirt and cob- ) ' ble stones burlod tho four workmen out of tight As the otlior workmon came running up BB , Casey scrnmblod out unaided and. erasplne a BBY hovol, directed tho efforts of the others In ro- I ;' ooverlne tho bodtos of his three companions. H Tbe first body recoverud was that of a man B known to the otbor workmen asl'ottor or Pow- 1 en. lie was dead. Capt. liyan and a reserve M corps from tho Twonty.flrt precinct due out m the other two men. They wore Thomas Lino- m ban of 320 East Thirty-fourth street and Pat- H rick Cox of 103il utront and Hecond avenue. m Llnohsn was doad. but the ambulance surgeons I thought they detected slims of life In Cox. I They laid him upon the pavoment and labored I i Vainly for an hour and a half to lnduco resplra- j Mon by artificial means. M The threo bodies wore taken to tho Wost Thirtieth streot station. All woro Irishmen, B Apparently between 2(1 and 30 years ot ago. H . Llnehnn and Cox wero unmarried. Nothing B was known about Potter. Death was caused In H ach Instance by suffocation. ) Cant. Kyan mudo an Investgatlon and found that the walls of tbe trenoh were not properly shored up. At Intervals of ten feet wore sun- f ports consisting of two upright planks held r apart by n slendor cross piece A derrick had stood on the odiro that cavod In. It was usad to lower the Iron pipes. Tho great weight bad K , loosened tho earth beneath, and the weak sup- porta were Insufficient to keep It from railing. H Contractor Hobby was not present when tho accident occurred. Contractor Marona was f there, according to the statement of jjoverol of the workmon. Ho and Foreman Castero f Were not to bo found when the polloo arrived. The work of the contractors was nnderthe B supervision of Inspector John M. Haggerty of the Btreet Department, and Oeorge Bousceln, for the gas company. Haggerty said his duty was simply to see that the trench was of the - proper depth, and HouBceln is employed by tho gas company to see that the pipes In the main oro properly joined together. Doth declared that the responsibility for shoring up the sides K ' of the ditch rested with tho contractors and B that tbe Inspectors had no authority to intor- M (ere with work of that sort. J The bodies of tho threo workmon wore ro- moved to tho Morcuo at 7 o'clock. Tho third B workman hadn't been Identified up to that hour. At 8 o'clock Coroner Eldman. who had a taken Coroner Nugent's place for tbe night, I hurried around to tho Thirtieth street Bta- M tlon house and asked Sorceant Bheldon to havo the contractors and the fore- man brought before him at the Coroner's f oftleeatlu o'olock this morning. Dotectlves Hays and Brett bad started several hours bo- fore on a hunt for Contractor Michael Marona, m I who lives at 47 Mulberry streot. and for D. U. Hobby, who lives on Lexington avenue. It was f reported that Hobby and Marona had gone j- Into biding at some up-town hotel, and it is cer- H' 8 tain that their frlonds labored hard to keep ' fi the spot a secret The police found out that Hobby, who Is said to be a stockholder in tho a company building tho main, had engaged Mar- K ona and his brother to secure workmen for J) him. and was really tbe bead of those lntor- M fi csted in balldlng the main. BE K OaptTBellly said at 10K lost nlghtthathe had ik received information that tho detectives had ' 1 located tbe hiding contractors, and thatthoy n would probably mako them prisoners some- a time before daylight. fl 1 XUE FIGHT FOB STEWART'S 2IILZIOX3. BB Jhm X. napkin and DUnop LlttlrJahB BB 1 Teattrr ud the Caaa Oni Over Till Fall. fl I John M. Hopkins, tho vencrablo account- Bfl fl ant of tho Stewart estate, again testified bo- Bfl W foro Burrogato Ransom yesterday in Miss BB; fl Bosalis Butler's suit to break tbe will of Mrs. BB fl A. T. Btewart Lawyer Ohoato aBked him flBV i about Judge Hilton's receipts from tbe dry BH , goods business after April. 1870. Ho could not BB 'fi state the average exactly, but it was over half BB-1 a million a year for tbe first threo years, und flH 1 almost tbe same for the romalnlng time. BB g" Mr. Hopkins took from his pocket a bundle of BBV papers containing memoranda takon from tho BB- destroyed special ledger. One paper showed BB . the account of Mr. Btowart after the final ad- iustment of the ledger. Tbe credits were 1C- , 19.724.8L Against this amount was a debit of I I307.a90.97, and other ltoms-Hempstead Wo- B man s Hotel, merchandise, and profit and loss BB E KKreCatll"f StM)52.43G.H0. This left $8,159,- 277.04, to which was added $19,964.93, making $8,179,241.97. tbe value of Mr. Btewart's interest on the day of his death. Mr. Choute asked: HI Q. Did Mr. Btewart bare bank account aeparato H from that of thentmT A. No. H Q- What did Mra btewart have at a source of revenno (H after ihe had rlrenall of Mr. btewart'ilnterMt In the B arm to Jodie Hilton T . She had her real citato and H some hank itoek. H The witness testified that Mr. Stowart's ln- H terest In the tlrm at tho tlmo of his death was H 99 83-100 per cent, nud that of Mr. Llbbey 17- H 100 of 1 per cent. Judge Hilton, before A. T. H Btewart died, had a salary of $24,000 from the Hj firm and $10,000 from Mr. Btewart m Then Mr. Hopkins stood aside to permit tho H examination ot A brain Newklrk Littlojohn, K Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal dlocoso of B fVn .Island. Bishop Llttlejobn testified . that be had bnd lntonlews with Mrs. HH'' ' Btewart In 18711 and 1877, and that H at her request he had laid the corner- B etono of the Garden City Cathedral on June 28, H 1877. He had also had talks with Henry Hilton. B . He saw them both at Saratoga in August. 1887, M ' ' and talked of two schools to be added to tbe - cathedral enterprise. Judge Hilton was op- n posed, saying it was not yet time for suoh an j ,' ixtenslon. Mrs. Btowart hoped tbe schools H might be established. In September they were H' opened in temporary buildings. Mrs. Btewart r i furnished the buildings and gave $5,000 a year. ' On oross-examlnatlon, Mr. Choate elicited B the Information that in her conferences with H the witness Mrs. Btewart was attended by H i Judge Hilton. When she banded witness the H qeed of gift of the cathedral property, before H the altar. Judge Hilton stood beside her, B Mr. Hopkins was then cross-examined at H neat longth by Mr, Root, tbe purposo being to H show that it was necessary to take prompt ac- H tlon after tbe death of Mr. Btewart, for the H business was one which must go on or stop. H Any delay would have Injured it groat ly, Tbe H , Witness said he bad endorsed Btewart a, Co.'e Janer, sometimes to the extent of $150,000 or 200.000. Mr. Hilton had done the same. H Mr, Boot offered In evidence the books ot aaaml Mrs. Btewart. kent bv Anstev. H When Mr. Choate again got the witness ho H i asked him why there were no balances on B Anstey's bookB, since they were the set shown H to Mrs. Btewart Mr. Hopkins dla not know. H , Mr. Choate tried to nave nlm state how muoh H Judge Hilton had drawn out of the business m t before the final payment of $5,500,000. After H . looking through two large folios, Mr. Hopkins Snnounoed his inability to do it, because the rawlngs from the business were mixed up H with proceeds of sales of real estate and other HHl i matters. H The trial was adjourned until Oct 22. H j Te Slayor Will X.aak lata tba team Ileat- 1 Idk IVulaaace, H , V. N. White, managing clerk of A. Q. Spald- 1 (Of a Brotbera' iportliif nooda home at 341 Broadway, flHB 1 onxplaloed to Mayor Uawitt yefterday ajtalmt Ibe flHflB , attam Utatini Company. X break In the pipe In front Hr eftbeitore baa been pottered with for week! wlthont B ' any apparent profreu. In the mean time the lower Hc Saon of the bulldinx are Intolerably hot and there baa BBBBB been mseb elckneaa amour the employees. The whole BBBBBl - buildlni U without water, aa tbe hot air pumping en- BBBBBp tD unot be operated In a temperature where tbe B Si,T whf almoel bolL Tbe Mayor aaTeed with air. J'' white that the condition of affaire waa imtraaeoas. but BBBBBl i ) aid not think that tbe Department of Public Works. BBBBB l board ot Uealth, or even the Mayor could do muob BBBBB (or him. lie tboutbl thai an lnjunotlon would be tbe I Broper remedy, and promised to have tbe Corporation BBBBB counsel help In the matter, lie also said that be would BBBBB wlulpi- to ureetliate tbe matter himself and be a BBBBB. Witness (or Mr. White in Ms suit I Death of aa Old Spsrtlne Mas, John It. Lyng. an old-time sporting man, was '- burled yesterday aftsrnoon In a vault in EL 1'aul's Cburohyard, Broadway and Vesey streeL The vault Is the one nearest the walk In tbe northeast corner of tbe ahurohjard, and In It are the remains of a little cbltd. lynf was a friend and baoker of Uorrlsiey In his Ojtht Willi Bill fools on tbe dork at the foot of Amos street on July W. ISot lie performed a like oOloe for Yankee ipillTan In bis debt with Tom Brer, lie waa proprietor afasalooo on tbe present site of tbe Brewers' Exohanie, Jlmtn-place, and he kept tbe Abbey. bJU Broadway. Be waa an ownsr of Irotunf horsia, too, barlnjr at one flme owned Mora Temple, Kate Horn, and Boiren op. Bewasactireluhlspsrtlclpatlouln the .Bleat of John Baker, wbn killed BUI Poole, and aided him In utilm aboard Ibe Isabella Jewell and ifettlux asfar as the Canary Isles, where the vessel waa oerbauled and brsut-nt back to this port. Th Kev. Dr. Boston ot Oraoe Episcopal Church officiated at tbe funeral, which BUOCKED OS AK KLBCTIUO SOAXK Mrs. X.!ale Ifler Kaacked Seasclaaa rraas Ilor flaat. Each of tho cam on tho eloctrlo railroad from East Now York to Jnmaloa has a motor In it and it cots olootriclty to run this motor from n wlro stretched along tho road overhead. Connection botwoon the car and tho wlro is formod by moans of a whool which runs along on top of tho wlro, and from which a wlro do ponds to tho cnr. Mrs. Llzr.lo Pflffor of 01 Mooro stroet Wllllamsburgh, Is Buffering from tho effects of oloctrlo shocks rocolvod whilo sho was rldfng In a car on this lino on last Friday. Bho said yesterday: " Last Friday, auoompanlod by ray slstor and my two chtldron, I wont on a visit to a friend nt Union Courso. I took a seat In the car In tho cornor whoro tho polos nro sot on which tbe wiro runs to furnish olootriclty for tho cars. Astbncarpassod the second toll gato I beard tworoporls llko tho discharge of a revolver, nnd n bright, bluo llamo shot In through tho window. I grabbed for my child, who was lookiugoutof tho window, und felt a great pain In my left hand, I looked at my hand and found tbe skin burned on tho llrst finger. Tho car stopped and all got out Aftor a while tho conductor told ub that all waB right, nnd we got Into tho car again. I had just taken my scut when thore waa another report, nnd my left knoe was drawn up to my breast Tbon I was hurled from my seat, and I don't remom ber what happened aftorwnrd. When I re covered consciousness I was In a house. I was Buffering terrible pnln. A doctor told mo that my loft sldo was parnlyzod. Ho says I will bo paralyzed for life. The woman Into whoso houso Mrs. Pflffer was carried said: "Wlion I heard the roport I thought it was a pistol shot, and looked out of my window. I saw a bluo flame all about the car, Anothor passonger who was Injured was an old woman, who.l was told, sat opposite Mrs. 1'flffer In the car. Her lnjurlos, I am told, wero not so sovuro.'' . . . , , Mr. Differ wild: "When I spoko to tho officials of tho road about my wifo's Injuries thoy de nied that any one hud beon hurt in tholr cars. After 1 had told them nhnt Dr. itadloffbad snld.onoofthom BBld: 'Oh. tho Doctor bo.' That Is all the satisfaction I got I hoard that an engineor on the road had his log badly hurt by an electric shook. Tho penplo living along the lino of tbe road say thut birds fall dood when thoy touch tho wires on tho roadway." AFTER XUE STREET STANDS. Taa Mayor Aska tbe Bnrenu of Eaenav braacca In IoaU After the Fruit Venders. Mayor Howitt stood aghast at Ninth Btrcot and Third avonuo yostorday morning at tho sight of a buxom Italian woman und her three children encamped there. Tho mother presldod over a big fruit stand that covered half tho sidewalk and reaohod half way out to tho rail road tracks. In tho vicinity and elsewhere In his travels about the city tho Mayor saw many similar onroachments, and on reaching his of fleo ho wroto to the Dopnrtmont ot Public Works to request tho Bureau of Kncumbrancos to look out for such violations of tbo law, but suggesting tho serving of notices In advance of a raid. In his lotter tho Mayor said: "I refer to tho occupation of tho streets nnd sidewalks, particularly the formor, by tho erec tion of stands for the Bale of fruit and other articles of consumption. The incursion is a sudden one. and is apparently mado by Italians, who are under tho Impression, I sup pose, that this Is a freo country, and that tho streets may bo occuplod by any one who can appropriate them to private use. If this prac tice Is allowed to continue, according to Its growth during tho last ten days. New Tiork will soon become lmpnssablo. The only effoct of this use of tho streets Is to attract moro for eigners from Italy to tho TJnllod States, bo cause this branch of business seems to be par ticularly In tho bands of Italians. This is a kind of Immigration which ought not to be en couraged, and no privileges In violation of law should be accorded to theso venders, becnuso thoy do not contrlbuto In nny way to the busi ness, comfort, or grotn of tho community, ex cept in an unfavorable dlroction. I am sorry to deprive nny poor family of a means ot liveli hood, but In fact. It is no real charity to these people, while It does Interfere so seriously with the general business of tho city as to become a common nuisance." A. Gonber'i I.ire Sentence. Judgo Martine performod his first marriago cere ony yesterday. The bride was a darkled young woman dressed In a modest fray travelling suit They were Miss Beatrice Belcbtensteln, 18 years old. of 310 Bast 121st street and Thomas u'PonneU. SO yeara old, of 314 East Eixbty fourth street. II 1 Relcbtensteln was the daughter of a bnlon soldier now dead, and her guar dlan. Lawyer James Chapman, was one of the spectators at the wedding Miss Hciclitensteln had known Mr. O'Donnell for two rears, but she did not fa 1 tn love with blm until she saw film doing the cowboy aat In Nevada hed s Wild West show la Jersey Cur last summer. O'Donnell and Mls Kelchtensteln were to have been married In March last, but he felled to appear on tho a eddlng day. and Mlse Relchtensteln learned that he was paying attentions to other yonng women. She told ber guardian all about It, and the fa!s cowbor promised to marry tbe young woman after being arrested for de ceiving her Mr. O'Donnell said Yesterday, after he was married and discharged from custody, that he should eetUe down to a domesllo life, forsake the con-boy business, and re turn to fresco pointing, which is his trade. "I'm satis fled." he added, "although 1 get a llle sentence on this trick." Interestlnr Hot tVeatber Item. Corporation Counsel Boekmnn yostorday re plied to Mayor Ilewitt'e request for an opinion upon the effect of Alderman Mooney's amendment to tbe snow and Ice ordinance. The amendment exempts from the regulations rur removing Ice and snow from sidewalks and gutterssuch streets lo the Twelfth. Twenty-tblrd.and Twenty fourth wards as have not been curbed, gnttered, and flagged, nor to those not opened according to law. Mr. Beekman Is of tbe ontulon that the Interests of the city are not sufficiently protected by the ordinance with these reservations in It. frfapttd: aualtis.---20 OeDtB a Line. AOETM IVAXTEIJ-ror the most complete. finest Illustrated, low priced and fastest selling Lives of tbe Democratic or Republican 1'resldentlal Candidates, to coin money during the campaign: make no mistake, but get full particulars from fldLNKT fUU. CO , box 5,320, St, Louis or Philadelphia. A t AM EICON sells a J30 cheviot suit. blue, black. or brown, for H. 2U2 riaibnah av.. Brooklyn. A CAMEIIOV sells a NO oasalraera suit, cntv way or sack, for ti 203 Flatbusb av., Brooklyn. A l.OOO splendid secondhand suits, fine con- dltlon, Jrt: two elegantcoau and vests, $1; fine panta. si up. Misfit Store, 2QU riaaush av Brooklyn. A CAMERON sells an elegant blue plnhead worsted salt for tu. 203 flatbush ay., Urooklyn. A -CAMERON sells a MO Prince Albert or cut- away suit tor HO. soi Klalbush ay- Brooklyn. -CAMERON sells a v satln-llned I'rlnce Al- bert sun for $14. 2Q2 flatbusb av Brooklyn. AHEI.rEIt and finisher In carriage blacksmith shop wantel. 1,035 Atlantlo av.. Urooklyn. OIIKBIMtEKi.-Rounders and backers; also case makers; steady work. BALDWIN'S, bookblndery. 31 East Houston St. POT to set typo at 85 Warren at. C1RACK.EU HAIvEIt!t. Wanted, sponge dongb makers, setters, and men to handle and bake staple and fancy swret biscuit at reel ovens. Apply by letter addressed to 0. 1). BOSS a SON, New London, Conn. GRAVEL ROOFI.lt wanted as foreman; must thoroughly understand the business and be steady and sober; permanent situation for right man. Address, stating experience and wages wanted, BOOyKim, Sunup-town offleo, 180 East 125th st GLASa SIOXS.-Handa wanted for backing np. I1EBRLKIN 1 CO.. 122 Liberty St HARNESS BIAKERNand stitchers wanted. EPWAUP UAU1I. I.5D5 Broadway. HARNESS MAKER, a good workman, wanted at 157 East tioth St. ONE HUNDRED first olass plumbers wanted: stesdy work. Apply Uscretary Master Plumbers' Association, Toronto. Out. I)OOR FAMILIES) with children, having friends st tbe West will be assisted to reach there by the Children's Aid Society, 24 St. Mark's place; homes pro vided for poor boys and girls. CaBRYHEV wsnted at East Irvlngton. N. V. Apply to PATRICK BIELLY. Wages ta per day. SOME good rranlte cutters and a tool sharpener wanted by DRAPUY llltua., Calvary Cemetery. WANTEU-Printerto handle small weekly, own bag Its own type, Ac Addrens PUBLISHER, box ISO. Sun office. WANTED Several good, sobsr bands on ventllat lng pipes; no druukards need aonlv. TIlOMPhOff, 189 William st WA N'T KTl-A first-class painter: one who can stripe and finish; also a woodworker; a steady lob. At 18 and 2U Henry at.. Brooklyn. WANTED A strong, active bny. about 17, to work In shipping room at storo 1U2 bast letb et Apply after!) A. M. "" WANTED Sign painter, or young men that can do plain lettering. UKIUGS i MARTENS, b Lafay ette plsfj; WANTED-A wheelwright, at ' J. 11, WALURUVH. 71) Noble tt. Preappoint. WANTED A canlsge trimmer. 21M und 221 West lBth st ANTf.D-Allrst-class flretnau borscsboer. 130 Klvlngtoii sl YOU NO MAN wanted to run bydrauUc elevator; must fully understand Otto gas engine. Apply, with relercncca at 2 Union snusro. Situations yimtca. ATIIO ROTJO II business man wants employment! 20 veers' experience as bookkeeper correspondent, and salesman: best city reference; moderate salary. Address LYLE, 150 East 31st st. city. gqilSoodiS. 1ftf HUMMER CHAIRS), oOe, CWoamat UUU tings, S3 75 roll Carpeting. AjioaiTiik'SsWiXwe-HiiiroaairaT, l - oouiaprtmea m oouotToy Yfviruw.v MaMnam-m2w gummttnttrtn. ST. OEOROE, UTATKN MIAKB, Directly Opposite the rtil-nAnt. Em re Kiralfy's COLOSSAL HISTORICAL BrECTACLTS. NEROn sv OR ! 1 The Fall of Rome, 1 TUP. ORANDEHT r-ROPUCTION OF TUB AOE. 1 Cotoisal Huge covering an area of 8 City Blocks. I V.UUU PKRrORMKItB. J.OU Terpslehnrean Corps or l.fino Artists. HOW TO UhT THKRKi Deals leave Battery every 10 minutes. Pare only In centa, J Amusement Grounds directly oppoelto the ferry land. ; Inr. Admission 50 cents s Orand 8iand25 cents extra. 1 Boxes, holding six persons, sti. Children. 25c Tickets for sale at following places Baltimore and Ohio Railroad offices, 415, 851 and U0 Broadway. Erie Railroad. 2nd st and Broadway. . . . Dreniano'e. on Union square; at all Elevated Railroad stations and at all principal holela. Steamer Thomas V. Way from Newark at 7 o'clock every evening. Round Trip. 25c. A T SAINT OEOROE. ST ATE.V ISLAND. SATURDAY AFTERNOON KEXt JUNE 23, AT 4 P. M. First appearance In America, after an absence ot twenty seven years, of the world famous, only and original BLONDIN ME HERO OF NIAGARA FALLS. X. Blondln will, under the management ot IIY1RE KIRALFY, present his marvellous performances, at a height ot 120 feet, on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, AND SATURDAYS. tor a limited season only. General admission. 50c Children halt price PERFORMANCE RAIN OR SHINE. ALOTELT OCEAN AIR SAIL ACHOS OUR REAUT1KUL BAY To America's Mighty National Entertainment BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST, AT ERABTINA, RTATEN ISLAND. LAROER. GRANDER, MORE 8TUPENDOU8 THAN EVER Cheapest Beel. Most Instructive and En loyahld Kxhlbltlon n the face of tbe earth. AmibSION. 50c. CHILDREN UNDER 13, 23c Dally at 3 Nightlr at a Rain or thine. HOW TO OLT THERE CHEAP EXCURSIONS. Staten Island boata every 20 minutes: fare only 10c to gronnda. Steamer Henry 1!. Hishon. from JeweU's Dock. Brooklrn. l'5 P. M. and 7 P. M.; rare, round trip, only 25o From Newark Thomaa P. Way. 1 :ao P. M. and 7 P. M. ; round trip, 25c lloat Julia from Elizabeth- '""'ORBAT FAMILT DAT OUTING RESORT. Refreshments at popular prices nood dinner. 50c CAMP OPEN SUNDAYS. ADMIBblU.1 25c RAIN'S 1060 GREAT FIRE OF LONDON, At MANHATTAN REACH. THIS EVENING. A WONDERFCIj SIGHT And A QUA Nil SUCCESS. C AMINO. Broadway and 39th at livenlnge at R. Matinee Saturday at i TUB PUENOMBNAL SUCl'LSs I ONTlNUtfl." UUNPREDS TURNED AH AY NIOHTLY. THE Bl'AKKLINU COMIC OPERA. NADJY. ROOF OARDEN CONCERT AFTER TIIE OPERA. ADMISSION. 60c, including both entertainment. .. JUNE 30. OKA.VU UALA AND SOUVEMB N1U11T, rpTJITI WALLACE'S, 111 Hi COOLtD BY TONS I1F ICB. 1 A rV SEVENTH WEEK. ni?Y MCCAULL'S 1 11 Ll EVENINGS AT H. rr1! r I? r Saturday matinee at s. JLUjrllilV ADMISSION SO CENTS. EDEN MUSEE. AI? E5&?. LAST WEEK OF PROF. HARTL'S VIEN'.NEbB LADY FENCEES. OOc. AFTERNOON AND EVE'INOS. BOc. ERDKLI NACZP8 HUNGARIAN BAND. Aleeb, the Mystifying Chess Automaton. GRAND OPERA IIOVHE. Reserved beats. Orchestra Circle and Balcony. 50c THE I Herbert Kelcey. Iraier Coulter. DA Kt.KN Robert Hllliard. W. J Ferguson. DAVOIITER. I andUeoririaCajvan. WEDNESDAY-MATIN KErl-hATURDAY. Next Week-Mrs. Btowe's UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. BATTLE I THE GREAT WAR DRAMA, ot IStbst and 4th av. OETTlinTJItaJ JULY 1, 2. 3. anil 4. Anniversary of the Great Battle. An elaborate sou venir will be presented to each visitor, under the man agement of tl. M. M1Z.I,. OUnATlWAVTIIEATRE. Tonight at R. HlMJBJJ WAX cor. 41st st Saturday Mat at 2. Handsomest Safest and Coolest Theatre In tbe World. J. C. HUFF I THE OPERA COMPANY.! QilCCH 0 MAlCi HR. JAf'Ons'M THALIA THEATRE. . (BOWERY. BELOW CANAL ST) C0R1NNE in ARCADIA, JUST COMPLETED Panorama of Jerusalem and the Crucifixion. "There was darkness over all the land." Madison av. and 6t)th at; open day and night; cooled artificially. 1 ITU ST. TnEATRE, cernersthav. 14 LAST MATINEE SATURDAY, POSITIVELY LAST THREE NIGHTS OF TIIE B I ILL ALARM. Gallery, 25c. ; Reserved. H5o. boc. 75c. tl Il.ax KOSTEK Ai RIAL'S CONCERT HALL. N. Y. AMUSEMENT CO., L'd Lessees Mr. and Mrs. James Owen O'Conor. Wed nesday M atlnee Sat nrday. ADISON SOU ARE TnEATI'E. Iced Air. Mr. A.M.PALMRB Role Manager. MR. UICUARD MANSFIELD aa Chevrlal In A PARISIAN ROMANCE. Wen week Mr. Mansfield's farewell week. lUI.O'S. MATINEE SATURDAY AT i. Reserved Seats, Orchestra Circle and Balcony, SOo. LEONZO BROS, in BROTHER AGAINST UROfllBR. POOLE'S THx5ATRE,8thst,bet 4th av.A B'way. MULDOOK'S PltNIO AND ELECTRIC 3 CO. 10c, 20c, DOc. Mala, Mon. Wed.. Tbur., and Saturday, TERRACE GARDEN. To-night by request Boccaccio. Friday and Saturday, Parisian Life. Finale, third act Bandanna Quadrille, BASE UALL Brooklyn Athletic Grounds to-day for tbe Amateur Cbamplonshlp, Brooklyn A. 0. s. Nassau A. 0. Game 4 P. M. Admission 10c. BASE BALL at 4 P. M. to-day at Polo grounds. Lone Stars of Harlem vs. Uorbams (colored), cbam- plonsnlp. Admission. 25c LOCUTION, I By Prof. Keenan, 114 W. 14th st; htage training. I torma moderate; Improves ent guaranteed. Vantftl; eftmaUg. 20 Cents a Line. A-ri'.TOWN ADVERTISERS may leave their favors for Taa &u at the only authorlxed up-town advertlaement offlcesi Uramdniy-50 and 1,238. TeUpbeue call, 713 jblh st SBd St. 27U West; 443 East 114 tb t,-20B East attil St. lou West SOU. St. 3t West llCSIh Ht-lHOEsst Hautk Otai At. 18. Jlawtry-255, 340. i'.usl tW Hl,-i4. Av, A, ii. lid Av.-I.340 and 13. .... ltd Av, 32B. 554, 7i (entrano 47th st). Ml, 1.007, 1,078, 1,323. l.aiw. 1,583, 1.U21, and 2,11a Atk At, 153 (comer 14th st). ath At. 15aud27u. nth At,-( (XX, and BOX tb AV.-17S, b5k near 08th et DOWN TOWN. Liberty St. CO. Telephone calLSSOJtoa, IN BRbOKLYNT 40 Held At. Near UaUeyst No extra charge. t ATAILOBESS and a young girl to learn on cus torn coats, 225 East auth st BUTTONHOLE MAKERS on custom shirts; bring sample. W. A. FHELAN.5d Wallst Boo It SEWEU and extra Job binders. 76 East Bthst " nooKFOLOEBS wanted. 27 Park place. EXPERIENCED feeders on Chambers folding maoblnesi also hand folders; steady work. LUVELL'B 11INDKRY, 83 Blm st J I'Ti: CARPET WEAVER'S wanted. Apply at mill foot West 25th st 01 1 llix'U r EATIIERS. First-class curlers wanted. STEIN a I1BILBRUN. 531 Broadway, OPERATORS on custom sbtrts: highest price a WTa, I'llBLAN, 58 Wall st PAPER UOXEt Experienced hands on small neck boxes and roun.l work, also lsarnsra Apply to KINNEY TOBACCO CO.. 521 WsttJSdst UMBRELLAS.-Wanted, girls to Up on plenty ot good work at TIEITER, OLKN k OAWLBY'B, 8 and 10 White st WANTED-Slrong girl about 18 to assist with light housework and In ths cars of two cblldrsn In American family living tn Harlem. Address, stating wages, which must bo low, M, 0, pax 1BO. Sun office. W ANTBD-GlrU en braiding machines: steady employment, UKttTUUM A SOULAmiB, USUI ajai Brook y, I auswvTSMnSM av .,lirWaaWMMf w. . r ' (SxturjflOttfJ. ' .fca . ,.lt mfvrmmtm aJ gSft "TuBBejntUUL" mMwUfUiK! Ferfsotion In every A wllaA detail, presenting a4awH 1 1N(V picture qt regal Tw m KA I'suly nd natural M mW M m Kil I" Keharm. rare planla, aQ wM H.ssfcskJB sV Bmagniricent follago. M rBsndnsturo'icholcOTt aBnFVEpTHSUBinowe'i. A world of IMiMBaTaTJIKjBtHenaeBVsmfalsttraouva leamru W W eaael HaV Mil WT'bd reflnsd pleas- M aVai aUiV .ill aW11", affori'lni un- V h. q fjf 1 1 I W limited facllinei for MM VsW aa 1 aV W summerdsyaont. aMaxBLalaaavavaataWaV l Kxienslve Men. emMvlmBPaalssBW agerla mMlljHJTtW Mammoth Natural VmiViVV Aqosnum, rare Fl-h tgtHg ard Bee monsters, rhree distinct Military Bandg. TwnOrstidOjncerudaUr, 3uierlor Dinners sua rara WrU vl elm Itlani rim Ail.. Kisln Deitwhland the CUe Bordered Ranks of Iholllver Rhine. Superb atlilg. U atlng. Ktshing Bawling and JfUtlenls A vantsble Fairyland ivltiiln the reach of all, Tbe Molt beautiful Day Bummer Resort In the World. . TIME TABLE-BTBAMER9 LEAVT5 ' Pier if, N R., foot Oortlandt St, MS. 45, 1049 A. M.I L2.WM 1 30, lirfsso p M Jewell aWharf, Brooklyn! .W, 10 Ol) II 00 A. M; 12 15, 1 5, 3 15, J 3 p. M. i2d Mreet KaM River, ft), 10 30. 1130 A M.. 12 4S, 3,15,3.15. I.IS. S.4t p. M. RErURNlNO-Lcave Qlen Island 1049 K. M , 32.1 Streot and Pier IS 11 13 A. U and 1145 P. M. 'or I'lcr IS only, j o p. M. for J2d Street and Jewell's rVhsrf. Urooklyn. 6 00, 0.00, 7.00 and 8.00 P. U. for all audi, gt 40c. EXCURSION TICKETS, 0o. EXTRA BOATS BUMDATfl. CONEY ISLAND. "Culver Route." WEST BRIGHTON BEAOH AND Itrigliton lleiici! Hotel and Raco Track, ItoatsleaveWIItTRHALLBT. (Battery), terminus of all elevated railroads, hourly, from 7:10 A. M, to 1 1 HO A. M.; then HALF.IIOURLY to Hllu p. M.. and at 0:10 P.M. Last train from West Brlghtoa tu:28 P. M. HUN DAYK, flrst boat leaves at Hilo A. M. EXCURSION TICKETS, 40 CENTS. On sale at all DOWN-TRACK bTATlONS elevated roads oond to return to Brooklyn via Prospect Park and Coney Island Railroad without extra charge, and tore, turn to New York from .MANHATTAN UEACII via Bay Kbige or Long Island city uiHin payment of difference In tare. All MANHATTAN HbACll TICKETS good to return owr tbe "Culver Route." Only all-water route direct to the CONEY ISLAND IRON PIERS. TO-DAY'S TIME TABLE l FROM WEST 2311 ST., N. R.. hourly from OA. M. until 7P M. VHOM PIER (NEW) NO. 1. N. R.. (Battery Place btatlon Llevated Railroads,) half an hour later. Returning. LEAVE CONEY ISLAND PIERS. 10:40; 11:10 A. M 12:40. 1:40.2:4a 3.40,4:40. 5:4a 0.4Q 7:40, and 8 30 P. M. 09- Tbe last boat from Coney Island will land only at Iter I, N. It FARE TO CONEY ISLAND AND RETURN, no CENTS. Excursion tickets sold at all DOWN TRACK buttons EIeated Knaits. wltb free transfer between South lerry and Battery place lor 2d and 3d av. passengers. JkTEW irOKlTxAtTuT CLU1I REGATTA. THURSDAY, JUNE 21. The Iron Steamboat Company's steamer CEPUEUS will accompany the yachts over the ENTIRE COURSE, leaving WEST 23D ST, NORTH RIVER, 0:45 A. M-, riER (new) NO. 1, NORTH RIVER, 10:13 A M. TICKETS. ONE DOLLAR. 97 The number of passengers will be limited to one- halt of the licensed capacity of the boat MANHATTAN BEACH. TRAIN'S LEAVE FOOT E. 34T1I 8T..N.X. (:20 daily except Sunday), 8:30, 10:20, 11:20 A. M 12:2() (t'."50 Race Days. C. I.J. C. only), 1:K) (1:50 Sun days and Rare Days. C. L J. C only), and half hourly from 2 :M P. M. to 20 P. M. and :40 P. M. WlllThllALL ST., terminus of all elevated roads. Hourly from7:luA.M. to 11:1" A.M.; half hourly from 11. 40 A. M. to 9:10 P. M. . Sundays bourly from 010 A. M. to U:li) P. M. Raae Days all trains atop at Race Track. Excursion tickets for sale at aU down-track stations of Elevated Railroads. orand concerts afternoon and evening by the famous ishd reo't uand. alfred d. rohs. director PAIN'o OOltOEuUS SPECTACLE, " KieU FIRE OF LONDON." Tuesday, lhursday. and Saturday Evenings. BOWERY BAY BEACH the most beautiful an 1 popular Family Summer Resort only 25 minutes' sail from New York. Accessible br ele gant steamboats HOURLY from Harlem Bridge. rt l:s):het and 3d ar. fromB A.M. to 8 P. M directly to Orand 1'ler, lion ery Bay Beach; fare, 15c . excursion, 2tc. children. 5c, excursion. Hie; also by horse rail road, from U2d st. (Astoria) ferry, from 8 A. M. till mld nlght rare. iuc. A -POST'S NEW LINE TO A- UOl'KAWAY. DIRECT FROM UU1TMIALI. ST. (terminus of Ele vated Rftllroudal TO BEACH Steamers tlLVktTERand UANCOX, Leave Whitehall st, 10:15 A. M, 2:13 P. M.; Bridge Dock. Brooklrn. to a. M , 2 P. M.; Jersey City, by An nex. 0:35 A. Sf . 1 :85 P. M. Leaving Rockaway, Seaside Dock. 12 M.. 5 P. M, (SUNDAY 4 trips. Round trip. SOo, FORT LEE PARK DAILY TIME TABLE. (1RAND ROUND EXCUIlnlON, 2-.C. commencing Mnndsy, June 11. Hotel and pavilion now open. Steamers leave Canal st10 oo. 1 1 .00 A. M I 00. J 00. S.l 'S-Ori, 0 nft 7:15, and 9 00 P. M. Leave fort Leo M 3. 7.3i). 'Il-SO A. M, 12.00 M., 2.-0U, KS-2U, 4:43, HiU), and7:30P. M. 'Indicates that all Intermediate landings are made Tbe 12-uiM.and 2:00P.M. boats from tort Leo do not land at 84th and 22d su. PLEASANT VALLEY PROVE to let; price S10. CWIMMINO.-UARLEM BEACH, lieth st. East River; sandy, sloping bottom, any depth of water; life lines, floats, springboards, guard boat every convenience, swimming teacher; adults. 20c; children. 10c; suits, 6c ISHINC1 HANKS. Steamer OEOROEANNA dally. West ir.'cl st, N. It, 7: JO A. M.; Frank lln st, 7.50; Pier 1 E. It , 8 f), terminus of all elevated rallroada. Oenla. 75c. Ladiea 50c Clubs. u)o. Steamer OEOROEANNA will make her usual dally trips except Monday. June 25. CHAS. CLARK. I'Uot NICK PERTAIN. Captain. DAILY 1IO AT to South River, except Saturdays, landing at Itossvllle, Woodbrtdge, lloynton Beaob. Tottenvllle. Perth and South Amboy. Florida Grove, and Sayrrvllle. Leaving New York at 10-30 A. M. ; Sundays, o.ba Leavlnir boutb ltlver at 5 P. M. , Sundays at 4 P. M. Steamer MLTA. A -CHOLERA OR FISHINO HANKS. New Iron and safe sea steamer ANOLBRi only Iron boat on tbla route, dally, 21st st, E. It. 7:30; Beekman at. E. R.. 8; Pier 0. N. 11 . Rector st, 8.30. Fare 73 eta.; ladles. 50 cts. Bait and tackle. AL. FuBTEK. CIIOLEKA or Fishing Banks dally, steamer AC COMACK from SI t su E. R.. 7 A. hi.: 8d st. 7:20; Reekman. 7:45; Franklin. 8:15. Halt tackle. Ac. Mana ge r. tCOjHEjtbAMKOnVWMjlWJTJ FISHINO on the new Iron' fast sea steamer AN OLEIt with palace saloon. Passengsrs caught yes terday (Wednesday) baskets full and strings besides, large sea bats, AL F08TER. i.11 II1KO IIANKS-Elghth successful season. ' bCHUYLLR dally. East 23d st, 7; Met, 7U3: Peck sllp,7i3U; Franklin, H:8U 73ci Iadlea50c; clubs uoc ummtrtgovlji. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD. HAND nOOK.wtth MAP and LIST of HOTELS and HOARDING IIOUSLB. may be obtained FREE at 115 Broadway, Room 20, mailed upon receipt of 5c. postage on application to L. 1. It It, 'Long Island City, NEW WCKET OFFICES 71 II ROAD W A Y (Family, and 1.CXX) Mile Books on sale. Commutation may bo applied for five daya before the llrst day of mouth wanted. TICKETS FOR N. Y. AND ROCKAWAY HEA'H RAILWAY.) At II. AMI O. OFFICES, HIIOADWAY AND CAN ALST.I l.lAO HROADWAY. and at Jamee slip, 'Foot East S4th st, Astor House, 68,1 Mi, 1.318 Broadway, 14J We.t st, 153 Bowery. 2l Canal st, II East 14tb St. lUWeet 125tbst HROOKLYN.-Stations-At. antioand Flatbush avs. Hedrord. Atlantic, and Franklin avs. Busbwick. cor. Bushwlck aud Montrose avs, 83J Fulton st, 107 Hroadway, K D . WOOIIIIUFF PA KLOR CAR SEATS MAY ME OBTAINED AT OFFICES MARKED ' TOCKTON HOTEL, POPULAR PRICE OAPH MAY. N, J. , M , . New ownership. New msnagement Newly furnuhed. Perfect appolntmenta Finest beach in the world. Opens June 80. F, T1IF.0 WALTON, Proprietor. Late of bt James Hotel. New York. eiiiTgurt. CONEY INLAND JOCKEY CLUII. JUM! MKKriNO. IKM8, THUltbDAY. JUNK 21, Continuing FRIDAY. June 22, And JUNE iX 2(1 27. 2K 20. and ja UACK8 COMMENCE AT J.30 P. M. Trains from aoh st. ferry, and Boats from foot Whitehall st half hourly. LEONARD W. JEROME, President J. O. K. LAWRENCE. Secretary. SPECIAL PARLOR CAR TRAIN LEAVES FOOT EAST 34TH 8T. l:SO P. M . U)Vl ISLAND CITY 1:40 P, M, FOR THE O.I. JOCKEY CLUB RACE TRACK, I.OR SALE-A bargaln-Wsb psrfectlng presses, luuru to 3l,ooo copies an hour; complete steraotyp Isg eutnt casting boxea tall cutters, shaving macule cklpplag blocka Ac, Ao Addre.s ,,,,-. DAILY KbWBPAPEB. care of TUB SUM lUufral Miromrttw. AIIEATJTIFUL rosewood pianoforte, perfect or der. t50ltestdence231Eaatluilistnear2 "g"tnttra. ft A ANB M seta of t..th. whila waiting day or I, , Choking Catarrh. nave yon Awakened from dlslurbed sleep with all the horrible sensations ot an assassin clutching your throat and pressing the life breath from your tightened chest I Have you noticed the languor and debl Jty that succeed the effort to clear your throat and bead of this catarrhal matter I What a depressing Influence It exerts upon tho mind, clouding the memory and filling the head with pains and slrange nolsest How difficult II Is to rid the nasal passages, throat end lungs of this poisonous mucus all can testify who are allllcted with catarrh. How difficult to protect the system against Its further progress toward the lungs liver, and kid neys all physicians will admit It Is a terrible disease and cries out for relief and cnr. The remarkable curative powers, when all other rem edies utterly tall, of BANrORD'S RADICAL CURE are attested by thousands, who gratefully recommend It to fellow sufferer. No statement Is made regarding It that cannot be substantiated by the most respectable and reliable references. Each paoket contains one bottle ot Ihe RADICAL CURE, one box of CATARRHAL SOLVENT, and an IMPROVED INHALER, with treatise and directions, and Is sold by all druggists for SI. POTTER DRUO AND CHEMICAL CO., P.0BT0N. 1 STfiAIHS, SPnAliiS, PAINS, Bflsst UHleTfd In one minute by that rrv, Mm tleeant, lrntntnftoan, and lnrnllible A"U Srv dote to Tain, Innatntnallon, and WeatneRS, CPi.xSCn. the iuttrnrw Ami.l Uti I'lv'Kr. The lir-i and only pain minilutnff planter. Tli mont emcaclona, the root aitreabl, und the most cffdy of all external nit-enta for the relief of I'ain and Wrakiitnn. At all (Inipfflftn, 2Acnm, nfrorSl, or, pouMKe free, Of I'UTTKK UUUU A.M C1I:.MCAL CO, ).otoit, Mann. SKanrontljfe K1VKH HMI.KDAD GIIRAT l-UUH-ritAOK THUSKI.1NE. On and after June 2 irHini ltj (HUM) DKMKAL SIATLUsN, tart76tatid Unctt 1'aiMnKer rUnlUjt. In America. ha M. Kuc heater ami Mimtreat ixpreM. drnntnt;' room rare to Aitmny. Truy. and Hyraru.e; uieo lu Wun- treni aud M. Albana, .t 5( A. M., r MOCS VrSTIIirieR CHU'AOO AND 6T I.OUlrt LIM1TKD, ronirxpcd eicluFltl of hunet moklriK car. dlnlnir car. dravriiu-roum and iteeplnit car for Albany. Ltlca Mraoun Itocliesicr, lUiilulo, Matrara FallN brie. Ctoeland. Iiiilatiaiiollii, and luicdu, arrlliixatUUlcatfoatu.aOA. Mt; bt. Louis 7:40 1'. M. next day. I10.au A. M . Chi cutro Hxprci for NUtrnra KalK To ronto. Cleveland. CincinnatL IvdlaiiapolK Detroit, nnd Chicago; drawlnf room car W CauuuUuUua and Koch tll.HO A, M. Western New York and Northern Ex prMa, with drawl tin room car. a:30r. M. Saratotta auc' Ltlca Fpeclal, with drnwlncr room cars to Albany and Troy. Uuns through to Luke Ueonte on baturdays on.y. M r. ! , Acconmioda'lun to Albany and Troy. $U I. M , Kast Chlcao. rtncintiail. and ht. Louis F.x press for N'laeara tala. lliiR.ilo, Miienloi. lirldue. lo ronta Cleveland. Clicfmiait, Indianapolis, M I.ouU. .Detroit, and Clucneu nlth vleeplm; and dlnintr cars. f3u r M , Montreal and t'an.tiidaieiia hxprcM dnily. Sleeploft cars to r.a.tsburir and Montreal. la Houses Tolnt and na St. Albans, also tn hjracut and Cau.iu dalKua dally, except buuda) buudiiy tram does not ruu west of Albany. 01. M, brjeciai sleeper, arrives Rochester 7:40 A. M, Buffalo t 35 A. H.. and Cleveland l.- 1. M LU:3ur. MH last MRht Lxprersfor Rochester. Ruffalo, ipra KalK Toronto, Cleveland. Cli cltinaii, Indlnnap oils. HL Louis. Detroit, and Chlcupo, ttli sleeptnif curs. Hleeplnir carrto Clayton, ia UtUa dally, except Satur day; also to Oananualffua on Mindaj s only. 12 Mht, llbanv Hxpress, with slecptutf cars to Albany and Troy. Connects mUIi the mornintc trains for Uio West, for Sraiojra, Lake Ueurtfcaud the orlh (except Saturday aljrht) Tickets and space in drawlntr-room and sleeplnir can on sale at Orand Central Button, 413, 7h., aud M'-i Uroadwsy. IS Tark place, 1 Battery place J West lUiihst, and I Situ at. station. New ork. Md Washfiiif ton aud TM Fultou sL, Bruuklu, and TU 4tU st, WU liarondurch. Vetcott's Rxpress calls for and checks baggage from hotels and residences Hun dally, utbersdally except Sunday. JStopat llWth t station to take ui passenicrs for .North and est, J. M. TOCCEY. UhNKk stUNUTT. General SoperiutendenL General Passeniter Au ent. PENNSYLVANIA It A II,U(A I. Onandarter.IUM.il, lt&L IIRBAT TRUNK LINE AND TJMTUD STATKH MAIL ROUTR. Trains leave New York, via UeBbrusMS and Cortlandt Streets Ferries a follows: Harrfsbunr. l'lttsburfrlt. and the West, with Tullman ralace Cars attached. t A M . u 3D flilnlinc Carl andti 1. M, dally. .New ork and Chicmro Limited of 1'arlor, Plnlnir, Smoktag, and bleeptnjf estibuled Cars, ut u A. M. every dav, WlllUmsport, Lock Haven. 0 A. M.. 8 1. I ; Corry and Brie at u P. M. ConnectluK at Corry for TUnsvllie and the oil regions. For Lebanon. U A. M 3n I'. M.. and 13.1A nlrht. For Norrtstown. Fhoenlxvllle. 1'ottstown and ItAadlnc. 11 A. M.. l. 'J. and 4 1. U. baturdaysonly, ti P. M. bun days. 0:15 and 10 A. l. Baltimore. ashlnffton, and the South, " Limited Wash In tr ton Express " of 1'ullman Tar or Cars dally except Bonday. 1 A.M.; arrive Aushlnnton 4 1". M.. anddillr, wlih DlnlDjr Car, at S:40 I. M arrive Washuieton U:li P. M.: regTilar at e,20, H. and 8.30 a. M., l. a, 4:3u and 8 P. H. and 12:16 night. Sunday, 0:13 andO A. 1L, 4-80 and 9 P. M.. and li15 night. For Atlantlo City, 1 P. U. week daya (through Parlor Car) For Cape liar, 1 P. M. week daya. Long H ranch, nay Head Junction, and Intermediate sta tions, via Rah way aud Amboy, 3:jo and U:1U A. X , 13 noon. 3:1' i, 4:U. and 5 P. M On Sunday, l:45 A. M. and A P. M. (do not stop at Aibury Park) For Old Point and .Norfolk, via .New kork. Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad, h p M. dally; via Haltlmore aud Ray line, 4 3D p. M. week daya Boats of "Urooklyn Annex" connect with all through traina at Jersey City, affording a speedy and direct transfer for lirooklyn traicL TOU rilll-ADEaLlMIIA. Express trains leave New York, via Desbrosscs and Cortlandt btreets Ferries, ai fullows: Q.'Ai, 7iJU H, it(U L'lilciigo Limited, utth Pining Car. and 10 Washington Limited), und 11 A. 51, lj-JU 1, 2, a.m 4, 4,.., fl. 01 0 au. t. and P. M.. and UMl.'i night. Accommodation. 8. 3U and M in A. M.. 4:40auJ7 1'. M. Sundays, l.xpresa, 0,10. it (.'LlmitcdJ, and 10 A M.. 4, 4.30 fl.tt.ij.ato h, and 0 P.M., and U.lfl night. Ac commodation. 7 P. M. Trains leaving New York dally, excopt PunJav. atH,o, and 11:10 a. M . 1, a, 4. fl, m P. M and 1() . M undo P. M on Sumlays connect at Trenton for Camden Ticket Oftices Nor. 1. 43. Ms, aud 041 Rroadw.iy, I Astor House, aud foot of Desbrof and Cortlandt ft ; 4 Court it., and lirooklyn Annex Mution, foot of Pu.ton st, Rrookln, btatlon, Jersey City; Lmlgrant TUket Office. Castle Onruen. The New ork Transfer Company will call for and chock baggage from hotels and residences. CUAKLKtJ L. PUOII, J It WOOD, General Manager. General Pass r Agent NEW YORK. OVTAIIIO AND WtoT. LR.N RAILWAY, Trains leave from ferries ut West 43d and Jay sts. as follows: West4.M. 7:50A. M.; Jay st, 7:30 A. M, for Mlddls town. FalUbnrg. Montlce.lo Liberty. alton, Delhi, Norwich, Utlca, Rome. Oneida. 1-uliou, Oswego, DuSalo, Detroit, Chicago. U uilklll Valley points. West 4.d. 4 10 P. M , Jaynt.ai MP.M for Middle town. LllenUUe, Wallklll Valley points. West 4.'d st, -a. P M ; Jay st. tiilo P. M. dallrfor Mlddletown. Fallsburg, Llbirty. Walton. Norvtfcti. Oneida. Oswego, buspenslon Hrldge, Detroit Chicago, St Louis. RuiTet sleepers to Maguru Fulls, ltecliniug chair car free to Rochester. Pullman t-teeping car berths reserved at )7 Broadway. Time tablett, tickets, tc. ut tW. Uo7. l44. l. 32 t Hroad way. 7J7 tJthav., 134 East l.'flthst. and'G4 West lJth t, New York. J. 0. ANDKRhU.N, U. P. A.. IS Exchange place. New York. IOUl'UIAIIEI.IMIl A ANl)TKi:.TO., . HOUND HROOK ItOUTE. Time Table of Muy 13, Ihkh. Leave New Y rk. fool of Liberty st 4 no. 7:45, 9 no, 11.UJA. M.i I-Oo. a:lfl, 4 oo. fi W). 7.:t; VJ 00 P. M,; buu days, 4:iL 84-'. A. M t 5.3.). ian) P M. Leave Philadelphia, mil and Creene sts,7i:to, H:30, 0.31. 11 00 A. M.; 1.15, 3.45. ftjlfl, 7:UU, ll'.UO 1 M,;bun days, 8 30 A. M.; fl 3a rjtuop, M DKAWt.NQ.KUOM AND bLEF.PINO CARS. UIi: RAILWAY. TICKF.T OFFICER, 401, 317, 711. and Dfl7Broadwar. H3J Howery, 17 West st , 1 Battery place. Chambers bt. und SE<a. terries. .New York. HJ1 amlJ Fulton st, Urooklyn; 107 Broadway. W llitamsburr h; curlier Newui k and Hudson sta, lloboken: OJ Montgutmry st and ew btatlon. Jersey City, where tickets aud Parlor or sleeping Car reservations and order for check ing and transfer of baggage inn be obtained Express trains leave -Md st live minutes earlier than time shoHn from Chambers st 0 A. M. daily. Day Express, hnffet drowlngroom coaches to Butlaln; Pullman sJeeplug coaches iloruetls vllle tn Cincinnati and Clet eland 10.30 A, M. week days. De aware alley exprem par lor car to Blnnhamton. Owego Elmlra, und 1 urnlng. & P, M. dally, "Chicago and St. Louis Lliniti d " n solid Pullman train of day and buffet sleeping roaches to Hut falo, Niagara Falls, CieeJand, Chic urn, Cii.cluu.ili, and St Louis No extra chaige for fast tlinn. OPM dally, Chicago Express, Pullman buffet sleep ing coaches l Hinghumtoii Owrgo, Elmlra, Rochester, BulTalo. CincinnatL and Chicago Fur local trains see um tables In ticket oftlces W.J. MURPHY. L. P. FKMER, General Superintendent General Paassnger Agent - TfJ WelU rraol5 vttl. ' -wOpf. Co'a Special I'.x- iTJ7tnW iia1lP iralpamid & r a4v,,Nr2t,, Nrtk- jML f wT rXX4'iW! writern, Clio J -JH'r rcincxi.K. I VaAsftW0111",, A ystemafroiu IV SLLooV rltli rusl, tlio i IN.wCftlts rili ofMetalco. tH VkTr. "Sv-V "Vera Cni.VIc. X. -"J" V Isleraeillute t .1 -rr polnte me now ' runnlup; dulljr. "trnmboutji. COIils MPIIIlVa, Hontinirton. and Oyster Hay. bleamboal LAUltA U bTABt.N leaves I'ler 87. K. B. at iM P. il.i pier foot Kast 31.1 St. at 4.UJ P. M.i HAT. UltDAYBall! (IIP. M. PAIll UK, EXCURSION, fl, lujiji'iim. Pacific! mail s,ti:amhiiii COMPANV. I'ler font Canal at. Norlli Kher. ., .. POBBANrilANUlBfO.VlA 1 UK IhTIIMUSOPPANAMA. COUOKADO MA1LH BATUKDAV. JUNE in. M)U FEOM 8AN PKANUIEt'U lit anil Hrauuall sta, I OB CUINA AND JAPAN . CITY OF RIO DE JANKUU). sell. Vat. June 30, 3 P. M. for fraltfUS. caisaie. aud itrn.ral lurorruatloD apolr at oompaurs oiflce uuthe pl.r. tool pi Canal si. North Hirer. U. J. 1IULLAY, Bupcrlnnmleiit. Cuupaomi: or..M:uAi.i: ticanhat. l-ANTiglJE-PllKNOII LINE TO IIAB. Companr's plsr. -new 44" NorlU Kler, fool of Mortons;. 1J. tfOUllODONE. Pranirenl Sat. June 2A. 0 A. M. A BBETAONK. de Jouseella Bat. Jpne 30, 11 A. M. EAQASOOQNB.Baotelll. "L.,JnlJI 7'4 -" OUR GREAT ONE DOLLAR SALE or Flannel Coats and Vesta, and Fancv Duck Vests, worth $4.00, FORONE DOLLAR Owing to tho immense rush nnd great demand for our $1 Flaimol Coat and Vest, wo havo deiermined to mark down a hotter ono (tho original lot hav ing beon closed out) to tho same price. Salo lasts during this week only. HARD TO BEAT. Our S10, $12, and $15 Suits, UAKKED DOWN FROH la.WO,mn SS5. Millions of Men's, Boys', and Chil dren's Hats at Case Prices. MitMi Broadway, cor. Grand St., 8th Ave., cor. 40th St. Special Sale Hosiery and Gloves. Friday June 2 2d, we will put on sale a large , lot of Ladies' Hosiery and Gloves that are real Bargains. Ladies' French Lisle Hosiery "Richelieu Ribb," blk. and colors at 65cts., Reduced from $1.00 and $1.25. Ladies' Pure Silk Gloves at 35CtS., Reduced from socts., and 6octs. Lord& Taylor, Broadway andTwentieth Street. Furniture, Carpets, and Bedding. ON TERMS AND AT PRICES TO SUIT THE PEOFLB DUELS' G TIIE DULL SUMMER fiKASON. J. V M. UATTMTANN, 733 TO 743 EIGHTH AVENUE, CORNER 48TH BT. ffitblic flotueft NOTICE IN UKL1TIO.V TO JVBOBfl FOR STATE COURTS. OFFICE OF TUB COMMISSIONER OF JURORS ROOM 1J7, HTEftAKT HUILDINU. I CUAMBERS bTRKbT AND BROADWAY, f new .ork, June i. lnaaj Applications for exemptions will be heard here, from 0 to 4 Oall. from all persona Lltberto liable or reeenUr serving who lms become exempt, and all needed in forjnation will be Klvea. TlKisev.no have not answered as to their lUMllty, or proved permanent exemption, will receive a "Jury en rollment uotice," requiring them to appear before me this year. Whether liable or noi, soch notices most be ans ered (In person. If possible, and at this office only) under severe penalties. If exempt, the party must brinif proof of exemption; If liable, he must also answer In perMin, givlnir lull and correct uune, residence, Ac-, ale No attention paid to letters. 1'erBont "enrolled" as liable must serre when called or pay their tinea. No mere excuse will be allowed or Interference permitted. The lines If unpaid will be entered as Judtrmeuu upon the property of the dslln quents. All good citizens will aid tbe course of justice, and secure reliable and resectable juries aud equalize their duty by serving promptly when esinmoucd. alio win jr their clerks or subordinates to serve, reporunff to xne any attempt at bribery or e aslon. and sugKeiliti- names for enrotiment Persons between sixty and seventy fearsof bko. summer absentees, persons temporarily 11, and United Mates Jurors are not exempt. K ery man must attend to his own notice. It Is a misdemeanor to live any Jury paper to another to answer. Jt Is also pomshab e by fine or Imprisonment to frlve or recehe any present or bribe, directly or Indi rectly, tn relation to a Jury service, or to withhold any paper or make any lalse statement, aud every case will Lo fully prosecuted. CUARLEB reillt, Commissioner of Jurors. POBT OFFICE NOTICF--Letters for forelfm countries need not h specially addressed for de spatch by any particular steamer, except when it la desired to send duplicates of banking aud commercial documents, letters not specially addressed being sent by the fattest veswela available. roreigii malls for the week ending June 23 w 111 close fpromotly In all cases at tills office as follows: T11UKHDAY,-At 11 A. M. for the Bahama Islands and Jumalcx per steamship Alps; at 11 A. M for Veue ruelaand Curaooa. per steamship Valenola; at 1 r. M. for Bermuda, per steamship Trinidad; at 0:1)0 1. M for I'roirreso, per steamship Black Prince (letters for other Mexican States must be directed "jer Black i'rlnce"): at H.30 1. for .Newfoundland, pt-r steamer from Halifax; at N:Jr i M. for St. rierre Mniuelon, per steamer from Halifax. 8ATl!Kl)AY.-At 10 A M. for Camperhe. Chiapas, Tabasco, and Yucatan, per steamship City of Alex atidrla (letters for other Mexican o tales must be directed per City ot Alexandria"), at 1 A. M. lor Brazil and the La I'lata Countries, via Bra zil, for tft. Thomas, for Jlarbadoes, and for Trini dad and Demarara. via Bsrbailoes. per steamship Ahlanca, from Newport News (letters tor other Windward Islands must he directed "per Alll ancVj; at i.'M A M. for Germany, Austria, Den mark. Bwe'len, Norway, Russia, and Turkey, per steamship rulda. ia Bremen (letters for other Euro pean countries, via Southampton, must be directed ''per Fuhla); at I.MA. M. fr France. Switzerland, Italy, hpfstn and J'ortngal, per steamship La Botir goalie, via Hnvrei at 1 il A. M. for the Netherlands, via Rotterdam, per steamship Rotterdam (letters must be directed "per Rotterdam"); at 1 P. M. for Hi Croix and St. Thomaa, via fit. Croix, also for Windward Islands direct per steamship Burnley; at 1 P. M, for hcotland direct, per steamship Cir ca ssla, via Ulasgow (letters must be dlrscted "per Clrcavsla"), at P. U for Europe, per steamship I'mbrla, via Queenstown. BUM)AY At HA. M for Progreso. per steamship Mexi co, 1 Havana flet'ers for other Mexican States must be directed "per Mexico"); at 3 P. M. for Iruxlllo, per steamship btroma, from New Orleans; at 3 P M for rout Rica, via Limon, per steamship Voxhall. from New Orleans. Malls tor China aud J a nan, per steamship City ot Rio de Janeiro (from San Fraud aco), clone here Juue i at 4.3UP M., malls for the bociety Islands, per ship Tropic Bird (from San Francisco), close here June 24 at 4:bOP. M.j mails for Australia. New Zealand. Hawaiian, FIJI and Samoan Islanda per steamship Mariposa (from ban rranrlsco), close here June U4 at4;.Vip. M. (or on arrival at New York of steam snip Auranla, with British malls for Australia); mails for Cuba by rail to Tampa. H and thence by strainer. vU Key West, Pis-, cloic ut thU office daily at - . A M. Th schedule of closing of Trans Pacific malls Is ar ran iter on the presumption of their uninterrupted over land transit to San Francisco. Malls from the Esbt ar riving on time at San Francisco on the day of sailing of steamers are despatched thence the same day, jkaTffiisFatt. IOU elAl.K OK It K.N T At" " 1 iiitits i i:ituY. Eleirant stone luiu.e (fnriMshed). lame stone stable: UiSiIlilIlc CUH lewd llie liuUtull. Verlrct. MXUN, a-i I.lbtrty st. ifs'grt. POU HUNT Be.t drr (onde room Incltr. Address 11. t). KlilUl. Mansaeld. Ohio. TO IET-Desirable store and bassment. (or boslnsss purpoMs. lovr r.ntt ftju ttta ar.. formerly oeeupled by tlie nrrala ami Tslerrami splendid location (or any buslnssj Apply to J, V, 1. Wit'KUtV, lii or I,uu7 liroatlway ruom 11. gruglifg. BUITHnEsi or erery deaertptlon at 818 rear! SL. ejpMlta rack sup i iir artlulM i at lowest prices. aioiufk. iiQtta,auiiiUmu, TDK BRII.X.IANT AND PKMMIii w-i JL.ET.ED IHJOCEaV Its of the TWO GREAT AUCTION SALES H oftha B MIOnAEX. HEROKN FAKU, V tdjolnlnf the H HUNTESTATE BI100KLTN. HEW CTRBCnT, U L, il warrants the announcement of S A ORAND OL.08INO-ODT SAIJI of the remaining- K 39! SUPERB LOTS, 1 AT 0'CI.OCK V. M..ON TIIE PREUUBs, K BTII AT.. 40TI1 TO OOTU ST., I SATURDAY, JUNE 23. I Come one. eoaie Ml, o this sjramd eloelna-paa sale. It will be the onlr opportnalty 70a will eyer have of buying at anetlon lots on this spleav did estate, where streets and ayennes are all (radsd ant planted with shade trees, and ererr lot U readj (of Immediate Improvement. H APFBOACU HEBGEK TASK M (which Is on snch high tronnd and so well drained tbM H within a few houxa after a storm all water dlsappealaj jH FROM BROOKLYN-!)! Third Ayenne Railroad I ' H 8th and 00th sta. Mf Until sale free staires will meet the 80th st ferryboat which leave New York half hourly between t and Jflli o'clock In the afternoon. " hmt Tor day ot sale fre, tickets will ba Issued orer tho Be Beach Railroad from New York to 8th av, Brooklyn, i only on, block from the property. Brilliant mtulo by Twenty-third Rerlment band df luff aale. . ROYAL RHODE ISLAND CUM RARE ; nnder coloasal tent at 1 o'clock on day of sale. Remena ber, the lote will be sold absolutely to the highest M4 der. Remember, this property adjoins tha O It DAT nDNT ESTATE, on whloh nearly 3,000 lots havo already bean aold aal hundreds of buildlnffa erected. Titles guaranteed br Title Onarsntse and Ttm Oa, I Capital, taoo,ooo. For maps, free passes, and foil particulars apply to JBRE. JOUNSON. Jr., 60 Liberty st. New York, M Fulton St.. Brooklyn, or at efflce on premise, comer ol 8th ar. and 4Sth sL a W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE. GENTLEMEN. i The only calf S3 Mransless Shoe mads without tacks or nulla. Cons-res Botton and lf. Erery body wears them. Ths rename are stamped on Dottans "W U Dons las J3 Shoo." tV. 1 IioUOI.AS aM band-sewed wait shoo equals custom-made shoes that cost SO toC9. .. W l. UOUULAS hSt.HO alllOEli unexcelled '0iio1ys,aSwf'W. U. DOtTOI.AW'sl BS nnOE. If not sold by your dealer, writ, W. X. DOUU. J. AH. Ilrackton, Mail, Kor sale In New York at 224 and Kfl (Ireenwleh st, cot , ner Barclay : at3 West 12.1th st , 570(nhsv513Cnslst, ' 23 Whitehall si.. 101 Ureenwlch SL, 14 4th ar.. 187 AT. tt, f3 AT. H IS Hlble House. 7T Kth ar. It Market at. 3.1M i 8d ar., 752 8d ar . 4&H Broadway, corner Orand: 69tfa- '' sau st, 5V7 8tb ar, 48 9th ar., 1 At. A. corner Dooston I St.; 63 At. O, tu nowery, 323 8th ar . 1.1SH 3d ar. 3M V 3d ar., comer Mtb et. and 8th ar, 840 Grand su S.6J3 I 8dav, 117 l.tav, W)5l)th aT.aoa 1st ar, 2.681 8d ar, 887 At. a 12s Chambers it, 443 2d ar, U77 24 ar, Sol 8th I ar, 440 etb ar, 804 3d ar, 22 Vesey st. l.&M 2d ar, 720 , lOthaT. 13 1st ar. East New York 131 Atlantlo ar. Brooklyn 331 Orandst, 118 Court St.. 831 Fulton st, 634 I 6th ar., SoUrandsuOl Broadway. 275 Columbia st. 18 Wyrtle ar.. 278 Broadway. 4 Myrtle ar, l.ieu Broad- .- way. Jersey City 41)3 Communlpaw ar., 634 Newark p ar, 20) Newark ar, 70 Montgomery at. Newark-150 Iprlnrfletd ar, 1 Market st, 568 Broad st, 2tW Mar- u ketsu AUCTION SALE, NEWTOWN, L. I. 40 Elegant Building LoU f. in th, choicest part of that Tillage, SatnrdayAfternoon,Juno30,3P.M. Sale posltlra, without reterratlon, to highest bldlatv Uuslc by Edlnger's Military Band. I ' Collation under the large tent. I Special train to the sale. f Haps and free passee by addressing Hitchcock's Real Estate Office, 1 CHAM nr.ua BT., MEW TOBR. GREAT OLEARING-OUT SALE OF Furniture, Carpets, aud Bedding, PRIDE TO OUR ' SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK TAKING. i UB5.lWtT?5.,",.,'D orrdit OK OWK EW MYss'l-EM. IiUDWIO BAUMANN CO., ltl, S1A BTII AVE. ' BETWEkN 85TII AND 86T1I 8TS. a. .JCt,BX,a .nr ',liW' K " LONDON. : W 6Iald-oa tJapMal ana Naryilu., 1,1 40,00. ', , PER INVESTMENT HRf-VltmiiH. ! !H CJENT KEAI. hrtTATE MOItTOAaBS, ' nine ,Z .-- . .. HAVINC1H BONDS. ',f; TUQg. CLARK, Jr.. Men'g'r. OKKICK. 23-1 B'WAY. N, T. ;j Cabinet FurnHura and Carpets ll AT DNOSOALLY LOW MICE ON WEEKLY OB MONTHLY PAYMENTS. I W , BAVUANN .ft BBOTUEB, iSf 80 AND4IWE8T33DST. ' M gUtrtirnl. 1 D . V ,T,.,, 2 ?M5 ',"h r'u "!"" building, il.i'Jf!' r,!'w Physlclaii and aurgrou. both ssi.s: v!T.'.kli1, u " OUchurnea IntlaiuiiiaUoiis. blsdJ.r. i kidneys, bsart, lung. My method omy one known that I cures worst casts uerrousdsulmr. weaku.sa, Adrlae iree. TO WEAK HEN SIIFPKUI.VU rllOU ' ,JbIJs1e".,0, '""'hful errora. early decay, lost man, M hood. Ay, 1 will seud a raiuabl, treatise (sealed) oa- .11 Urnlng full particular, for home cure, fre. of enaiji IV. Address ftof. K 0. 1UWLEK, Moodua Conu. l DIS.A'0,!,!lfKN'"N','ir-,ra"'"". '11! iTi.r nJD.iSiSni'V'e.y.,.?l',.,1.! 'srrns moderate. Adrloa ll free. Ur.UHINULK ill , umsi. bet. Bin aud 7tn ara (tUl Dftv,i,n?!i,,,f FB 8'" 2th st. Nsw York' K leading advertising si.eclnut; quickest permaual fill cutai recent caaa 4 to 1U daya. Hours. M to V7 to a M IEAaEsDjokandprinan,nieva. Drug. to ra. 4lf t--(tltMI- i , itWm