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Mm 8 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1688. ' ' ' W
I MARIE PLUMB IS OF AGE,
f Axn tui: covtiT mincers that unit
v FOItTVSJ: UK I'Alti 20 UKll.
l
nr f'nlher llenlre lbs Intimations (bat lie
' hot Jleen iin IIitiRTOgnnt nnd IniproTl-
ilent Ouai dlnn-1'nld lor Ills Owsi Clanra.
Tho troublo In tho l'lumb family, which
. 1 Tub Sun told about last Similar, camo up In
I tho Surroeato'u Court yostorday. Thoinothor.
Mrs. 8nrah 0. Plumb, illod on Fab. 0, 1877, and
f left an osuto of $030,000 to herthroo children
James Iron, Mtirlo Jonnnotto.and Sarah Lonlta.
Jnrao boeameof iiuosoiornl joars nco. Tho
troublo now Is botweon tho fntlior. Jnmos
Noftle Plumb, and his two tlnuk'titors. Mr.
" Plumb la ft cood naturod man ot middle ngo,
bnd hlfl dauKbtors mo socially actho, Thoy
' wore persuaded by friends that tholr father n
t't cuardlan of their estate was oxtravaennt nnd
'i lmprovldont. Ko Marie uot Turnor McClura
A Holitou to domnnd that hor portion bo
ft tnrncd oyer to hor bocauso she has becomo of
' ono. Blio also wants an accounting. Bnrah,
f , through the samo lawyers, nskod that nnothar
t, cuardlan bo appolntod In hor father's stead.
, When the pupots wero served upon Mr.
f Dumb ho made a formnl answer. Ho said
f that provious to the doath of Mrs. Plumb tho
0 family and tho children lived abroad at an ox-
f" pens of t45,000 a year. When the mothor
ft died It was (IioukIiI best tbat tlio stylo of ll lnu
I: sboulil not bo nltorod. Tho household nffithii
t rnn emootliW, nnd the futhpr livoil with tho
oblldren until Jnmoa was married, bopt. 1,
1 HSU. Tbon tb KlrlH wanted to co abroad.
',. Mr. Plumb opo8ou, but llnilly yielded to tlio
f plan. Homo limn boforrv thin Uioy bud boon
: Uvlne in the Usborno upurtiueut houso. anil
,.' paid 1170 n month as rrnt. Tho rooms had
I boon furnished ut a costot $15,000, Muriosayg
',. Inhortiflldnvlt that her father furnished tho
o place but bo declares that notliluuvv as bouKht
v, oxcopt ut hor wish, upon her seleatlon. uud
ti with hor knowledco ana ntipioil.
i" When thoy reached houthiinipton, Enelnnn.
.. a whero tho Rlils had boon educated, Mario
if vrantod u houto to onteitnln In, mid hor father
'. h. blrod tho houso known os tho Norfolk Hoiimj.
J stud furnlsnod it at u cost of $1.(W0. Boforo
V aillnR this tlmo ho had lot tlio Osborne apart
.' ;'- rnont at a monthly rontnl of S350. This last
1' t year ho succooded in jrottlpu $1105 for It. It was
S n- Deo. 37 whon they left New York for Boutli-
r ampton. Mario bocamo ofiico April 20, 1883.
V Si On Aprils ho and tho two daughters loft Ens-
if ' land for New lork to fllo Ills accounts as
3 K Ruardlan ami to obtain a judicial sottlemont.
& 'Xhey arrived boro on April 13. On tho third
day after Marl bocamo ot aso Mr. Plumb waB
i V,' eorvod with a citation to show cuuso why ho
p. i should not (lie an uccountlm; as suardian, and
. j was rostraluod mounwhilo from spondlnc nny
k K ofitho estato's Income Tho nccountlnc, ho
, doclaros, wasnlroady belncpreparod as fast as
jj , posstblo, and If bohad been lot nlonothe wholo
'$' f. matter would wear a voluntary Instead of a
, ; compulsory aspoot On May 10 the account
s- t, wasltllod. and on June 9 tho ouehors, num.
$ borinc V00. woro turnod in. Maiie In horafll-
' davit says that aftor thoy reurnod from ne
'v " land sho could not llnd hor father to domund
'if f, hor proport y. Ha says this is not truo: that be
Jf, s was at UioIJotolltoyal,andBub3onuontlynt421
L $ West Flfty-soonth stroot, and that hor low-
?. yers could have found this out from his luw-
f' I yors. tho old apont of tho estate, and from
"? J common friends.
. ' l&Ho gays ho was appolntod cuardlan on Juno
y 8. 1885, tosuceoed Alexundcr Miisterton. who
' i had boon removed from tho cuardiunbhip by
f. Burrocato Hollins on tho application of Mario,
' 1 because tho estuto was not safo in his hands.
,, One of Mr. Mastorton's bondsmon was deud,
I" ft and the othor. his brother, was undor iudlct-
f'if ment for mlHannroprintlnc tho funds of tho
- bank at Mount Vernon, of whioh ho was lrosi.
if dont. Mr. Plumb donics tho charges of im-
f; ,. provident manuifonitint or uuautliorlzed dis-
I- ',; bursemonts, and afllrms that ho did not
s v encroach upon tho principal to tho extent of
', ;, (1C.0O0. Hosas ho did not spend anything
V for himself for candy or clears or thoutro tiok-
y ots, as alleced. Throo or four itoms, amount-
: t lncto$200ori50. belonslni; to him. woro in-
i f ndvortontly churned to tho ostato. 'J'lieso woro
i '', alL A hotol bill in Kobruary. 1887. of MM. In-
), curred by him in the discharco of duties as
I? f iruardlan. ho thinks should bo cbnrced to tho
,- V estate The alleeod oncroachmunt of $16,000
:, f upon tbo estate Is nottiluc more, ho assorts,
!, than the amount lnicstod in furniture nt tho
; ''- request of Mario. Tho furniture still belongs
s , to her, and for tho uso of that in tho Osborno
!, , she Is now nnd has been smco thoy sailed for
' Southampton cot tine a ront. Ho denies that
I 7 hecabled to Hontbampton to sell tho furniture
5 ; in the Norfolk House. Ho claims it is a fact
, that instead of dlmlnlshina tho principal bo
f Si him increased It several thousand dollars.
f Mr. McCluro asked yesterday that Mario's
i f part of tho estate bo turnod oer to hor. Honry
f j , Thompson of Vnndorpoel, CuminK & Oood
fs k Mln, said that Mr. l'lumb denied nil tho nliosa
S ,) tlons of irregularities, and was willing to
IS g- aceount foroiery cont oxpondeu, but that ho
m p did not want any stiemn to bo placed upon his
S k, name. Surrocate Hansom said no rctlection
' is would bo mndo upon him by havina the ostato
H S pass from his control, because his dauchtor
i i was of ago. and tho law requirod that tho prop
's s erty must bo trnnsforredto hor. Bohoqiaered
Y the transfer. Tho other mattors will bo dls
f, posed of lator.
p ORAXD AR3IT VETERANS QUAltBELZlXa.
K I. TbU Time It la lleeime Rleard Port Ilmi
P r Complimented a Couledernte.
I The Grand Army men In Brooklyn seem
J to bo cood flehters. For Bevoral weeks boforo
J Decoration Day they wero squabbllnc amonc
h themselves over the invitation to Prosldont
p i . Cleveland to revlow tho parade, somo of them
y takinc tho cround that it was an outrnca to
2 - ask tho vetorans to march before any man who
f Was a eandldato for a political office Tho
L " Browlers wero beaten, and tho Presldont and
, ' soveral mombors of his Cabinet had tho pleas-
f- ', uro of revlowlns tlio most imposinc Dccora-
tlon Day procession oxer scon In Brooklyn.
i j The ceremonies of tbo day. however, had
; soarcely been finished, whon nfrosh row spranir
iff , up in tho ranks of tho veterans on tho question
. r of llxlnc tho responsibility for tho delay In
m i startinc the procession, nnd it wns openly
v charged that Grand Mnishal Ball was tho cul-
prit. und tbat bo puriiofcoly delayed the parndo
so as to provont tl.o President's attondanco on
t- the proposed roooption at the home of Mr.
Cross in 'Wllllamsburch.
i Tho unpleasant ochocs of Docoration Day
, bnd almost died out, but still another hrooro
t Btnrtod In Grand Army circles through tho ac-
tlon of Georco lllcard Post Na 3fi2. In enrolllnc
I Assistant District Attorney John U. Shorter,
Bsanassoelatomombor. Mr. Shorter, nltliouch
L an ex-Confederato soldior. quickly went down
S jf Into his pocket for a ten dollar bill when
f asked to contrlbuto to tho charitable fund
K pf Georeo lticnrd I'ost, and the post
;y ' In spite of Ins well-known record as n plucky
i I Confederate. flKhter, ntod him nu assoclato
member and notllled Mm of the fact. Prom
. , tbo expressions of onlnlon In Grand Army clr
V ' clos yestonlay It did lot anprar that tho
g action of ltieurd Post hnd been rccolved with
K ' much favor, and tlio room In which tlio vet
s' eransaro wont toasseinbloln tho basomontof
&, thoClty Hall waB fairly blue with ImprecatlonH
f' ! on robom. vvhathor lopentunt or otliurwl.H0.6o
' far as their admission Into tlio sacred circles ot
the Grand Army Is concerned, ft is not prob-
s able tbnt tho Kings County Memorial Com-
S i mlttee will take any action in tho matter, but
If t thero is Bcarcoly a doubt that Itlcard Post will
a , be hauled over the cools at tho next State En-
$ ' campment
B Mr. Bhortor Is very much amused over tho
' xumpus, as he did not for a moment suppose
' that the action of lllcard Post cavo hlin any
X fUndins wbatevor In the Grand Army.
jt ' Under the tVbeeli.
ttt Israo Hlrahlrtz, 12 years old, of 98 Baxter
jj ; street, whllo soiling papers yesterday forenoon
i at Broadway and Canal stroot, received slight
y T Injuries to his rhtht foot by the wheel of a truck
. ' polling ovor It Ho was sent to HU Vlnoent's
f Ilosiiltal, and the driver, Patrick Harris of
i 69 Baxtor street, was arrestod.
H Blx-year-old Willie Wahlossmeyor of 860
I k Oourtland avonuo. was run ovor yosterdnynear
y bis homo by u horso nnd wagon dilvon bv
' E George UofTman of ,0'JU Third avonuo, and
f f wua slightly huit,
H, A man nnmed GInason, living nt 851 First
if avemie. receivod u scalp wound yesterday by
p f 2Ing knoaked down by a runaway horso at
j, f Third avenuo and tiixtl.uh troot,iIIo waa
V l aintto the Presbyterian Hospital.
jt K X Uir.l(utldity Train.
t ?, The Saturday half-holiday train on the
ft. KowYork, Ontario and Western Railway will
u if commenoo for the season on Hnturdny, Juno
V 23, leavinc Joystroutot 1 P. M.. Wobt Forty-
-v f incond street at 1:15 P.M., uud runulncto
Delhi.
1 1 BRIGHT'S DISEASE-GRAVEL
; I ThtreUnotlilnr which I now enjoy t)it llontowo
I t tothebappr chunonot luvini unej Pr. Drlil Kenne.
. ilr' fsrcirlie Kem.Oy m tlui I wu lulUrlur all that
f " h qamaa btlntr rouU euJura Mr iruablet hevea latuy
' kWinyi ovr dm rr no. and from which
'-" I Never Expected to Recover.
Latar my pbralclan aahl I hail Rrliht a Dlneaaa. which
waa alarmlnr luformatlon. Tu nii id my atlllcUoo. afiar
p lhad been 1U about luo ara I bad a bad attack or
KaveL ItawUr Pnvld Keunady'ahavnrltallcmedr o(
ludoot.N. V. lertleil Alter iisini; threebuttual
vrat well f Imro ucvrr had u return or illher com
plulnt. aud. though I am nvcrlJ yeare of jje,
I.1SI AU1V VlUOKUV-e AXHTJtOXO
aal waa In my primp. What phyi'rjna and allot the
uuny roiue ileal lid in'.eu tould not Uu Hr. ken
nediyaiurllo Heme J y did. It etacd thedlieaie aud
aaaderaeaitronr. vliorouiornan
tire. KlltLINll f, alU.VEll. Burflllll. a
Dr. D. Kennedy's Favorite Remedy.
, rt;aiaatBeaaeul,N.Y, ITUstll Ofor P.
A CUINKSB HAtTDVBT OASIS.
Flenr Said to hnv been ITnrhed Off by
CeleatlKl for Mramtlad Oplnna.
An opium speculation. In whlcli 60vnvl
Chlnamon participated, rcsultod disastrously
foronoof thorn nnd tormlnatod In a lawsuit
that Is occupvlng tho nttontlon of Judge Beach
and a jury In tho Hupromo Court. A number
ot Amorlcanlzod Chlnamon woro in court yes
terday, but ona of thorn, Foo Long, tho plaintiff
In tho suit, so fnradhorei tobtsnatlvooustoms
thntho rofusod to bo sworn unloss nil tho
Chinese formalities ot burning a. joss stick nnd
administering tho oath in tho nntlvo form woro
uono through with. Tho joss slick wns burned
for Ills benefit and tho odor of it flllod tho room.
Toe Long Is a Chlnoo morchnnt ot tho firm
of Knonc Chong Chung, importers of Chinese
goods at 2 Molt street. Ho is suing Chu Pong,
also a merchant of this city, with branch stores
In California and Japan, to rocovor l.1,4f0, nl
legoil to liiivo been eonvcrtod by tbo latter,
l'on complains that In Juuo last Chu told him
u " big suorot" about u In rgo quantity of opium
that had boon sraiigulod Into this country,
which ho could tmrohUBO at vorychonp rates.
Bevoral friends wero let Into the socrot, and nil
agreed to contrlbuto nnd spoculnto in tho
opium. A man in Nowark, Chu said, wns tho
party who had tho opium. About M.400 was
collected und placed In tlio bnnds of Chu to
buy tho opium. Foo anil his associates never
got tho opium nor saw the money again. Law
yer llowo told tho jury how bis ollont Chu hnd
been swindled by tun Jersoyito. who sold him
onlumbarrols full of flour. He did notdlsoovor
tho trick until after ho hnd paid out all tho
money. suppoMng that bo was purchasing
opium. Tho innn from Nowark was attorwatd
iudluted, but tho monoy was not lecovorod.
(Jim Pong, tbo defendant, with tho nld of an
Interpreter, said that aftor hn bad got tho
monoy he wont to Nowark to buy tho opium
from ono Bnra .tones, whom ho met in tho ofllco
of tho Adams Express Compnny. Jones polntod
out til r oo barrels to him. which, ho said, con
tained opium. Chu, supposing It was all right,
finld him tho monoy. Jones said ho would soo
hat tho barrels woro sont to Foo Long, at 2
Mott Btroot, Chu came to this city, but nevor
heard of tho opium thoroaftor. Upon Investi
gation it was ascortalnod that tho barrels con
tained Hour. Jones could not bo found, but ho
wnslndlotod.
Tho case will be resumed to-day.
GIBLIX COX11CTED OP UUBBKB.
The aTnrr Deliberated naif an Hour Vpen
111. rieat ofaelf-defence.
Chnrles Glblln, who shot and killed Mrs.
Madeline Gooltz in hor bakery at 1C3 West
Houston stroot on Feb. 15 last, was convicted
of murder in tho first degree yesterday nftor
noon in tho Court of Oyor and Terminer boforo
Judgo Barrett At 5:10 o'clock tbo jury retlrod
nnd rotumed a vordlct in thirty minutes. Tho
prisoner's face did not change whon the vor
dlct wns announcod. Ho soemod utterly Indlf
foront to Ills fato. Ho was remanded until Mon
day and hurrlod off to tbo Tombs. His vvlfo,
w ho was in n roar room with hor baby, was
deeply moved by hor husband's convlotlon.
Giblln's mothor. brother, wife, nnd llttlo
child woro in Court during tho day. Law) or
tfuydam.tn his oncuing for the dofonco. jaid
that Glblln wns trying to ieavo the store whon
a comblnod assault was mado upon him by tho
Oocltz family, nnd that tho pistol which was
discharged by the prlsonor during tho strug
gle was ono that was droppod from tho hands
of Gooltz to tho floor, nnd never was tho prop
erty of Glblln. Bolf-dofence was tho plea of tho
defendant.
Chnrlos Glblln, tho accused, tostlflod in his
own dofenco. Cross-exnmlned by Col. Fellows,
he said ho got the oountorfolt bill In a Twenty
third stroot saloon, but could not remember the
exact place. Col. Fellows showod tbe witness
a wood cut of a S bill, which Glblln said was
bis own handiwork which ho intended to uso
on handbills. Ho doniod that ho had called on
an olootrotyper to nsk tho price of an electro
type figures such nsis usd on United States
bank notes, and doniod having passed a coun
terfeit noto on a baker in Hudson street sov eral
days boforo tho shooting.
James Murnhy tostlflod to having hoard
Olblln cry: " For God's sako. don't murder mo"
during the strugglo in tbo bakery, but admitted
tho shooting was ovor whon ho arrived.
A Burglar Draw, m Platol.
In the ubsonco of William Schloss from hla
rooms at 319 East Sevonty-ninth street yester
day aftornoon a burglar broke In and was ran
sacking tho rooms whon Mrs. Emma EngoII,
who Uvos In tbe house, surprised him. Ho
turnod upon her with a pistol, but her screams
brought help from thu street, and Policeman
Bnw arrestod the thief. At the Eighty-eighth
street station ho cave his name as Patrick
Bullivan. and said that he was a machinist.
8,000 Amerlenne In Dletrea.
Mayor Hewitt yesterday rccolved a tele
gram signed Goorgo D. Hamor. from burned
out Dubois. Pa., saying:
Can you anlit ua In any way f Our town la deitroyed,
and 3,000 poor and heir1" people are In dUtreaa.
Tho Mayor Is rei lyto rooolve and forward
contributions. " Willio" sends The Sujr $1 for
tho fund.
fntttrfl; jfrmnltiS -20 Cents a Line.
XUr.i: Rrwlnir Machine School, open daUy from 9 to
' a, atUlrU'Lodtlnirllouae,g7 8LMarlt' place. btheL
TJ OWEIXX. fc CO. want flrtt-elau opera
tor, on while suits.
ethav., lOthtoSlitit
UTR CAHPF.T WE1VEUS wanted. Apply
at mill foot Wen 23th at.
PAPER UOXi:t. Experienced hand! on email
neck boxen nml round work, al.o learnera. Apply to
KINNfcy TOBACCO CO. Sal Wcet I'Jd at.
SHALL Qlltl.s wanted to Mil candr bnttlca.
WIXKUUHU11 BROS. 7S Murray at.
WAXTED-Stronv girl about IS to mint with light
houeenork and in tho cara ot two children in
American lamily living in Harlein. Addreaa. itatlns
wage., which inuet be low, M. C box 100. Sun office.
Ift'imttfl: puirg.-.-20 Cents a Line.
A HAND V young man wanted: one aeeuetomed to
putting on claapa and ornamenia on ptuab onvera.
Til DM AH KELLY, sifcTuroorae at.
ACOMl'ETKX'r die and tool maker; eteadrjob.
Addreia. with reference, A. II , box 111, Run ofllco.
A-CA M I'.HON c!U a NO cheviot ault. blue, black,
or brow n, for Si. 2U2 Klatbaih av , Brooklyn.
A C. II i;rtO eelia a W rauimeru milt, i-mii-
ay or tack, for H ata riatuiulmv. nrooklja
A l.OUO iplendtd eeoond band futta. fine con
dltlon, ei, iakai elegant coata and veRta,5: fine
rnnta, if 1 up. Mltlit Store, juj HitliuiU av.. Brooklyn.
A 7)AVir,KO eella an elegant blue plnhead
worned ault for to. Wi Hatbuih ay., Brooklyn.
A-C'AMi:itO aella a S40 Prince Albert or cut-
away ault tortio. aa riaibmh ay.. Brooklyn.
A UASIKKON telle a $so rutin lined Prince Al-
bert iuh for 814. 'Mt KTaibuih ay , Brooklyn,
BL.ANK HOOK llnlthtr on half hound work.
OEU COULlliri, 3aui30Norihooret
CMCAUltKR AKCKS. Wanted, eponge dough
makera, setters, aud men to bntnlle and bake etapla
and inncy aw ret biscuit nt reel oven Arnly by letter
Addrened to C. P. JIUbb &. box, hew Lonuou, Conu.
COsiVKTKNTexam!ner. familiar In examining
cloth and plukhea Apply
K. Y. hOVKL'l Y CO.. aland S Greene iL
COOPERS WANTEII ApDly at the office of the
NBWAKK I. WE AND QKUBKT CO, foot Bridge It,
ewark, N. J.
GRAVEL HOOPF.n, wanted at foreman: muet
thoroughly underetand the bulneand be eteady
andtobers pmnauentaUuatlon for right man. Addreaa,
Hating experience and wagea v. anted
llQClyKlln. hnn up-lown onice. ISOEait isaihat.
GX,AS!TalOM.-llii.U uantelrorbariiogun
llbltllLhlN & CO , is-.' Liberty U
MUX A.Vlt HOYm make barreuTof money In aoll.
lug our Democratic Campaign t'liart. Juit pub.
lUUed Uvtry Democrat wanta a copy of MTnu lloree.
fhooand the llnl Bandanna " containing llke:ienrcitrf
l'leennd and Thurinan In laurel .rcvlha, nit'i aoark
lli.g " Itall)hoolvM marching aong nlth uonh nnd urn
elc, Ihe ipeechra of nomination aud the tariff plnnk.
The whole elegantly printed In three colore. aUe lrj2H,
retailing at nvo i-euta per copy. Half prollt in teller
Apply at Hitchcock f rlutlng and rublUhlng IIouic, 'Mi
eth av, New York.
ON"k IlIJNDJtKIr rlritclaii plumbert wanteds
ateudy work. Apply Becreiary Matter l'lumbera1
Altoclallon, Toronlo. Out.
IJOOIt PA VI I I.I 01 with children, having frlendi
at ihe Writ, whl be arristed to reach there by the
l hlldren'a AM riortcty, i ht, lark'a pUt.ei homei pro
v ict d lor I or 1 oya and girl.
WANTr.K A wood turner for lobbing work; good
vageitotlio right loan at
JA.Mt.ii M.ai.'h. iU honh I'enlro at , Orange. X, J.
WAXTr.I-llnreehoeliigandJobblng"blackmllha,
W aud carriage alnter, lor the couutry Apply to
l II. KE.s'.SL'DY A CO. jjDuaueau
WANTKU-Aihlpplng clerk, muit thoroughly un.
.leritand hlebuelnee; ono who hia had yaaraof
experience preferred. J., box IIS, Bun offlce.
WA NTH II A flrtclaia rope miker; one o thor
oughly uudereiauda forming aud laying. Addreaa
J, box lit. SuuoilKe.
WAVi'EU tori" boy to work Inbookblndery.
1 II, VAN Mt'KLi: CO,iJohnt
T '-Whelvr,ht, Head) employment OS
lliihlrgoc, llrni'Hjn
WAX'I'lill-A g'id pluinbor. Arply E. DYlTll, SI
' ' "'cat !.. Brooklyn.
WA ITGU at LVNCH'S reitaurant, Wtit at, near
Canal.
A MANLY MINISTER,
ment Which llmd lleen rolled InUneallom
An Interpatlna? nnd Ontaiiokeai Letter.
Tho Uov. B. Mills In n Presbytorlnn cloraynian
Snd Dortor of Divinity, whoso station Is at
loade Centro, Kan. Ho Is an earnest prencbor,
n faithful pustor. and a mnn who has tho cour
nuo of bis convictions. Homo tlmo since bo
mndo a stntoment which nnponred in tho pub
llo prints, and which, as all outspokon stnlo
raonts do, occasioned much comment. Mnny
lottors woro nddrersed to him upou tlio s ibjoct,
to ono of which tlio Uov. Dr. Mills replied:
"Your favorwlth tho onelood slip Is at hand.
The facts aiothoso: Jlyvvlfownsnn Invalid for
soveral jears, and, on our phislctaus rccom
nienaation, used a cortnln tiiopnratlon with
vory wont bonellt. I rocoivoi) n lettor Inaulr
Init as to Its offocts, to which I repllod as fol
lows: 1 am n Prcsbjtorlan clorci man, a Doo
torof Dlvlnltv. not of medicine, but I am not
afraid to say that DulTy's Formula nnd DuITy's
Pure Malt Whlskny nro tho purest and most j
olTi'otlvo iiropnnitlons, as medicines. 1 know of,
aud myoxporioiicoisalaroone.' Inmntom-
pnranco man. and novor usoil nnd never w;oiiIil
ndv lse any man or woman to uso any Intoxicant
as a boveriiuo. Jly recommendation or DuITy's
Formula and WhHkov wns mado, alter a thor
ouch know lodcn of their creat value ns rnedl
duos. Tlio statument was mndo dollbnralely
and bnsotl upon facts, ami I do not hosltnto to
stund by It. Tlio many tomporanco men who
havo wiltten nio on this subject do not Room to
rcullzo that I was a tempernnco man, In many
cuBcs, bcloro they woro ,born." ,
Thenbovocorrospondonco speaks for Itself.
It shows that an oarnot. honest, orthodox
mlnlstor. who dnslros the jrroatest physical as
well as spiritual well-belnu of tho world, doos
Got hosltnto to doclaro tho truth about what ho
as found to bo pure, valuable, nnd cood. Tho
world would certainly bo fnr bottor if thero
woro mora such conscientious, honost, and
nblo men.
juui'ScmtjUj.
ST. BEonOr. kTATEV INLAVII,
I)lrrilyOpjo.lte the Terry Landing.
rilMMI-.Sr'ISlI .MOSDVY, JtlM. L5.
AKD tVJiHY UVEXJ.NU AT B 30 O'CLOCK,
Imire Kiralfy's
COLOSSAL lllSTOWCAI. BrECTACLE.
OB
The Pal. of Rome,
THE OnANDEST rRODCCTIOH OP TOB AOU.
Colotaal SUge COTerlug an area of 3 City Blocks.
i,OUU rl.UKlUMLIlS 2,000
Terpclchorenn Corn of 1 ooo ArtUta.
HOW TO ll.T TIlKIICl
Boata leave Battery every 10 inlnntea,
lareonl) It) cents.
Amceement Ground directly oppoelte the ferry land
ing AdmiMlonSOcenU. llraud Uiand2S cenu extra.
Boxea, boiling alx peraoiiR, J Children. 'JSc
Tickets for aale at following placeai
Baltimore and Ohio Kallroad onicea. 415, sol and LHO
Brodway.
Erie Kallroad. 23d at and Broadway.
Bremanoa, on Union aquare. at nil Elevated Railroad
atatlon and at all prtuclpat hotela.
bteamer Ihomua T. Way lrom Newark at 7 o'clock
every evening
Round Trip. 25c.
AT SAINT CEOKOISTATEX ISLAND.
SATUKDAT AUr.RNOON NEXT.
JUNE 23, AT P.M.
Ftrit appearance In America, after an abe ence of twenty
aeven yeara, of the world f amooa, only and original
BLONDIN
THE HERO OK KIAQARA FALLS.
at. Blondin will, nndex the management of
IEVSRE CSRALFY,
pretent hli marvellous performances, at a height of IK)
feet, on
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS. AND SATURDAYS.
for a limited scaaon only.
General admission. S0c Children halt price.
rERFORMAXCE RATS OR 6111XB.
ALOVELT OOEA.V AIR SAIL
ACROSS OUR BEAU1IFUL BAT
To America's Mighty National Entertainment,
BUFFALO BILL'S WILB WEST,
AT ERASTINA. bTATEX IBLvND
LARGER GRANOEIt. MOUK HTUl'l.NPOUS THAN
EVtll Cheapett. Best, Most Instructive and En
joyable Exhibition on the face of the earth.
ADMISSION. COo CHILDREN UNDl'.K 15. 230.
Dally at 3 Nightly at H llaln or hhlne.
HOW TO 11KT TliLllE-CllEAl- EXCURSIONS.
6taten Island boats evry 15J minntesj fare only loo.
to grounds. Meanier Henry L. Hiahop. from Jewell'a
Pock, Brooklyn. 1 45 lf. M. end 7 P. M., faro, round trip,
only 115c lrom Newark Ihomas V. Way. 1 10 P. M.
and 7 P. II. ; round trip, -5o. Boat Julia from EUzabeth
porL GREAT FAMILY PAT OUTINO RESORT
RefrrsbmenM at popular rices t.ood dinner "iOe.
CAMP Ol'L.VbU.Mny-a. AUMlSolUN 25e.
CAHINO. Broadway and seth st,
l.venlngs at R. Matinee Faturday at X
"TUb rUhNOVlENAL RUCCI S-. (OMIVUia."
liUMJUEUH rUKNED AW AV MllHTLV.
THE bPAUKLINII COMIC OPERA,
i8ADJY.
BOOF GAROEN CONChHT AFTER THE OrKRA.
ADMISSION. AO? , Including hoth enlertainmenta.
.'.JUNE HO. GRAND OALA AND BOUVEMU MOUT,
mTl 171 WAI.LACK'S
XniU COOLED BY TONS UF IC& .
1 A FIV MIVENTH WKEIl.
on MCCAULL'S
nniVi OPERA COMPANY.
X ItHi ev emnos at h.
fVlC l?I7 BATDUIIAV MATINEE ATI
IIuJjU ammibmion co ce.m.1.
EDEN MUSEE. SffigS1"
LAST WEEK OF rROF. HARTIS VIENNESE
LADY FENCERS.
BOc. AITEKNOOK AMI EVPI.VOS. BOo.
EliDEl.1I JVAf11 HIINOARIVN IIVN'D.
Ajeeb, the Mjstlfylng Che Automaton.
RAMI OImTiIAIIUi7NI;.
Reserved beata, OrcT,efctra Circle and Balcony. SOo.
TIIU I Herbert Kelcey 1 razer Coulter,
BAM:II' I Robert Illlllard. W. J. Ferguson,
DAUOIITi:tT. I and Georgia Ciyvan
W1.DNI nDAY-M VTIM.IH-h'ATURDAY
Kelt V eek-Mrs. ftlowe's UNCLE TOM'S CABIN.
IIATTLU I T11E GREAT WAR DRAMA,
of tilth at and eth ay.
Or.TT'kHIlVKO.I JULY 1, 2. 11. nnd 4.
Anniversary ot tho Great Battle. An elaborate son
venlr v ill he presented tu each visitor. Under tlm inau
ageuionlof J. At. MS I I.I..
"RT?A A1Y51TAV THEATRE; Tonight ats.
XJXtUii-U WiiX for.elrtst Faturday .Mat. ut i
llaudso'itest. hafeL and Coolest Thcatru In tho World.
a. V. UVVV I THE
opera coi.A.Tr.l QUEEH'S MATE.
MAIIINII.VHunAUi: THEATHr. Iced Air.
Mi. A M. 1'AlTVlP.R Pole Manager.
Slit. llIt'IIAKIt JIANNFIKI.II
as CheVTlal In A 1-ARIhlAN ROMANCE.
Next week Mr. Manslkld'a farewell week.
KOKTEIC .: RIAL'S rONVKIIT HAM
N. Y. AMUbDJENr CO, J.d Lcesets
Mr. and Mrs. James Oven O'Couor.
Widneqduy MnUnoo Saturday.
UK. .TAfUisH'rt THALIA TIIEATUE,
. IlltllU'.llV. BELOW I'AN VL bt)
CDR1HNE ARCADIA.
1 ATli. BT. Til J'ATICI!. rner Hlhay.
14 LAST MATINl.l! KVTUKDAY.
FOSITIVI'I.Y LiST TWO NIGHTS OF
Till: HTIl.L ALAUU.
Cantry.t5c Ile.ercd.j5c KJc.7uc.fLH.50.
JUKT I'OMI'l.i: TJIH-l'anorama of Jerusalem
and tho Crucnlxiuu
"There wasdarUness oyer all Ihe land."
Madison av. and SJtti si., open day and night; cooled
arlilJall)
POOI.I'.'NTII ::TKIV'thet Vt" HhnvA Il'way.
Ml'LHOON'H I'll, Ml) AMI l.l.l'l' 11110 .1 CO
10c, !; M.iu Mou, VUd, 1 ln.r.. nnd Saturday.
N' i ii i.ii'n JTatin isirh.vi urTuTat a
RfKirvo I Feats, Orchrhlri Cltclo and ll.ili 'l1i, fk.
LEONZO BROS in BROTHER AtlAINhT BIlonlElt.
T IlltKAOIOAIlllKV Tnulghtand'f-aturday
I ecuco's comlo opera Fartslau Life. Finale of
third ait, Jlandanua guadrllle.
jitimtiono Witnirii.
-ur.'io'iv?rA xiVeutihi: ii5
ma) Have their favors tor Tiik bu at the only
authorized ini-tow n adverthement onlcesi
lliouuvvio io and l.wd. telephone call. 712
mih it.
SSU St. 27il Wests 44 East.
mill bi.--.iw i ill
AlCil HI. lUIWesl.
isuili ni.-avn West.
ltfSlli HI. IhULast.
Mouth Cili Av. Id,
llow.rj-Jii, aw.
j:u.t uiu tsi,-ui.
Av. A.-!.
Cd Av. I UlOand I.RflJ.
Ust Av.-iUO. 654. 700 (entrance 47th sto. Ml, 1,007,
I.U7S, 1,323. l.ueu, 1,0113, 1,021, and 2.1W.
dlli Av.-lU (comer ItthstJ.
CUb A v. I5and27d
rib Av, wi. wi, and soi
Utb AV.-57S. till nearlMthat.
DOWN TOWN.
I.therly St.-Oi. telephone call, 830 Joha.
IN l.RllOUI.V.V
Sin Reld Av.-Ncar llalscyst.
No extra charge,
S ITU.VTSO.V V. A.NTEII by ynuug French gen
tleman, not speaking very good ytigllsh, as hook,
keeper, cashier, collsolor, or salesman; host references.
M. M . box 7a, supply room. 1JQ Broadway.
VOVJiO U AN. aged 27, would like situation u as-
SxturjJlouji.
,"irr"ijT-iWTrmjWsi'"ss"va''TT"iw,isJ"i,si",is",e
Three distinct Military lands. TweOrandOoncsrU dally!
Furerler Dlnnen a la rar'e WerM U'wumI aim liVmd
ciam B-ik xieln Do iKchland-ths Castle Bordered
Banks of the lllver Rhine Bupcrh Bsthlnr, B atlng.
Fishing Bowling and lillllaMs A veritable Fairyland
within the resell of ail. The Most beautiful Say Bummer
Resort In tho World.
TIME TABLE-STEAMERS LEAVE
t-lor 18, N. R,, foot Corllandt St, MS. 9 45, 10 tJ A. U.J
UOOMtlJO. 51 3 Mir M. Jewell sWharf, Brooklyn,
T.03, 10 00 11 W A. Ml 12 IB, 1 iV, 2 4 J 45 t II. 32d
Kireet. Ea.t lllyor. TO ' 10 lO. 30 A M., 13 45, 1.15,315,
4 1& iv I'. M. REillRNJMG-Leave Olen Island 10 11
A. M , S3I Btreet and Pier IS 11 15 A, M and 1145 P. M.
Tor I'ler IS only, 3 0 I'. H. for 32d Stro"t and Jewell's
Whsrr. Brooklyn. 6 DO, 5.00. 7 00 and S.W r. M. for All
landl gs j
4!)C EXCURSION TICltETfl, 400.
EXTRA BOATS SUNDAYS.
CONEY ISLAND.
"Culver Route."
WEST BRIGHTON BEACH
AND
Brighton Reach Hotel and Race Track,
Boats leave Wll ITE1I ALL PT. (Battery), termlnna of all
elevated railroads, hourly, from 7 llo A. M, to 11 tlo A. M.i
then HALK-IIOUIILY to rtili) r. M , and at 0:10 P.M.
Lu.t train from West Urliihtoa in -S p. M.
bt'MiAVri. Mret boat leaves at H:l A. VI.
KXCUltStlO.N TIIIKKTN. 4 CENTS.
On sale at ail DOWN-TRACK STATIONS elevated
roadr
Good to return to Brooklyn via Prospect Park and
Coney Island Railroad without extra charge, and to re
turn 10 New Vnrk from MANHATTAN BEACH via Bay
RMire or Lonir tslvnd City upon payment of difference
in fare All MANHATTAN HEACll TICKLT3 good to
return over the "Culver Route."
VIAOAKA FALLS rOPTJLATt EXCUZt-
BION BV WEST SHORE RAILROAD,
SATURDAY, JUKE S3, 1883.
t3 ROUND TRir.
Bpeclal train will leave foot of Jay sL 0 40 P. M. and
foot of West 42d sL 0 p. M June S3, arrlvlnar at Niag
ara Falls 7.13 next mornlnc giving passtngera an en
tire day at the Falls. For tickets, time tables, and In
formation apply at West Shore ticket offices in New
York. 3o3, 785, 043 Broadway, 13 Park place, t Battery
place, 153)t Bowery, 2 and 4 Centre at, and West Shore
stations, foot ot West 42d St. and foot of Jay sU In
Brooklyn-333 Washington tt, 730 Fulton at, 315 At
lantic av.. and annex offlce, foot of Fulton it.
Only all-water route direct to the
CONEY ISLAND IRON PIERS.
TO-DAY'S TIME TABLE t
FROM WKHT S3D HT -. K,. hourly from
DA M. until 7 P.M.
FICOM pick (NEWT) XO. 1, K. .. (Battery
rlace Station Elevated Railroads.) half an hour later.
Returning.
LEAVE CO.VEV INLAND riEBS. 10.1H
I1-4UA. M, I214U; 1.40. 2.4Q, 3.44.40, 5:4a U, 40, 7.40,
and 8 IK) P. M
S- The laat boat from Coney Island will land only at
Pier L N. R.
FARE TO CONEY ISLAND AND RETURN. 50 CENTS.
Excursion tlckela sold at aU DOWN TRICK buttons
Elevated Roads, with free transfer bete een bouth
terry and Battery place for 3d and 3d ay. nasaengers.
MANHATTAN BEACH.
TRAINS LEAVE FOOT E. 34TU 8T..W.X.
(0 20 dally except Sunday). 8 JO, 10 20, 11:30 A. M..
12 20 (M M Race Days C 1. J. C. only), 1-20 (1.SQ Sun
days and Race Da) a, C. 1 J. C only), and halt hourly
from 2 -jo P. M. to u jo I'. M. and o ioT. M.
W1I1TR11ALL ST.. terminus of all elevated roads.
IIourlyfrom7.IuA.M. to 11:10 A.M.; half hourly from
1 1 :40 A. M. to u 10 P. M. : Sundays hourly from U-IO A.
M to U:lo p. M Raee Days all trains stop at Race Track
Excursion tickets for sale at all down-track atatlona ot
Elevated Kallroada
GRAND CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENINO
BY THE FAMOUS S31I REO'T RAND.
ALHlhD D. 1-011S. DIRECTOR.
PAIX'H UUBSEOVN SPECTACLE.
"1666 GRcAT FlriE OF LONDON."
Tneatlay, Tburxlay, an Saturday Efnlug.
BOWERY BAY BEACH
the most beantiful and popular Family Summer Resort,
only 23 minutes' sail from New York. Accessible b) ele
gant steamboats HOURLY from Harlem Bridge,
Last l.aiih st. and 3d av . from A. M. to P. M directly
to Orand Pier. Bowery Bay Beach; fare. 13c, excursion,
2oc , children, 6c excursion, loci also by horse rail,
road, from irjd st. (Astoria) ferry, from 0 A. M. till mid
night. Fare, 10c.
A -roST'1 XETT LINE TO
A lUvCMWAY.
DIRECT FROVI w IIITE1IALL ST (termlntu ot Ele
vated Railroads) TO BEACIL
Steamers bYL EbTER and HANCOX,
Leave u hiiehall St., 10 If. A. SI, 2:13 P. L Bridge
Dock. Brooklyn, lu a. M , 2 P. M.; Jersey City, by An
nex. 0 3.'. A M . 1 J3 P. VI
Leaving Rockaway. bcnslde Dock. 13 M . 5 F. M.
SU.NDAV I trios Round trip. SOo.
On and after baturday, foor trips dally.
FORT LEE PARK DULY TIME TABLE.
(.RAND ROUND EXCURSION. 230. commencing
Monday. June 11. Hotel aud pavilion now open,
Hteamereleaye Canal st.'10-U, 11 UOA.M., I -00. J uo.
Jit s ua il-oo. 7.13, and t) 00 P. M. Leaye Fort Lee
0.30, 7:Jil. 11 TO A. M, 1J UO M, 3.1 3.80, 4:4
oin, and 7 .30 P. M.
Indicates that all Intermediate landings are made.
The 12hh)M. and 2-y)P.M boats from Fort Lee do not
land at 34th anil 2Jd sta
PLEAbANT VALLLY PROVE to letl price tjlO.
GREENWOOD' LAKE.
HOllMVG BUNIIAT,
KStllRllO.V, JUNES,
FARE H.,,OC5 PTKD
BIntctboiitlnir. flablnv. untlilrlTlnr. fipctl
trnln Iritra K'biimiicra SI.Mntlnii, Krl ICall
way, lOtOO A. M.i S3d at., tf SA A. M.
SWIMMINGiwS
life lines, floats, sprlnxboards, guard boat, every con
venience, swimming teachers adulia, 30c., children,
10c.; suits, 5c,
STA KIN TRANHroICTATION COMPANIES.
1'CLRblON DLPA11TMEM. bEASON lfBN.
largest and most complete fleet vt excursion steam
ers, tallies, Ac, afloat. ., M w ,, .
Lntirely new groves on the Hudson. Long Island
liumi. Ac. untie. 1 ler JH, K. It, footcortlandtst
Hoc).siio cpen lrom I) A. M. lot P.M. dally, nnd 10
A. V, 10 1 P. M. bundoys.
JFINTvlT KIIIORT OI'T OI VEXV YORK.
EtllOIIOLA I'OPl'l. VII I EJVJM'R.MO.N,
t.I.il.N, kllMIAl.ilUAEJil
Sltclul trf.ln leavr. en .niiiei Mt. wtiitli.n,
Eilr Itullmiy. lO A. 31.. -H' .. !' A. SI.,
S'otnrnlnu In tlio rveiilutr l. luounllirlit.
Mfioe"' JBl-CO UMZ?'
FOR TUP. ROUND TJIII'.
1P1NIII.MJ RANKS. Steamer (lEORIIEANNA
! dally. West2-.il el., N. It, 7-ai A. M , frank,
lln st, 7.301 Pier I E. R.. 8 '). terminus of all elevated
railroads. Oenls. 75c. Ladles, ouo. Clubs, tin-,
SieamerdFORilEAN'NA will make her usual dally
trips except Monday. June 2 .,.....,
till Ah. ClaltK, Pilot MCE PERTAIN. Captain.
Ofi MILES 4N LONU INLAND HOUND.
U iiruud balurday Afterroon I'.auni.lou. Ojster
llas,nl.lprln.r und lit lltluirliiiu Thesleeuer I, tl'llA
M -lAIUS'kntes Pier J. 1'.. R . .U2 P. V , pier lool
I is Jin st, 1 l". Hrtiirnliii, arrives In New York
about HP 1. Excursion tiilei., i.iccnis.
DAILY It OAT to boulh Wtr. except Saturdays,
landing ot Rossilllo. Woodbrldje, llnynlnii lltach,
lottimllle, Ptrth mid couth Amiioy. Horlda i.rnie. and
Hayrrvllle Leavln New Vork at lu 3'i A. M.i Hundava,
Ii W Leaylni-boulhliiveratil'. M.i Uuudayaat4P,M.
BleamerMETA.
A -CHOLERA OK IMSHINO RANKtf.-
J. . New Iron and saf o sea steamer A N O LER i only Iron
boat on this route, dally, 2lel st, Ii 11- 7iJlj Beekman
st . I 11 . m. Pier il X It . Ilecior st, B.30 Jare T. ctai
UdleaaUcta Ball and tackle. AL. FuafElt
CIIOLEIIA or Ushlng Hauls dally, steamer AC
inviAt'K fromSlsi ot r. It 7 A. M.i 11.1 st.7.Ju,
hetkin.in, 7 1'n tranklln U3 liult. tackle, 4o. Mana
ger, u. uoopfclt bAM KQI'P. mi. illioll..l,roprieiora.
1.VI.IIINC IIA.VKh liiuh'.lj successful season.
? bCllL'VLER dally, I.iut . id st, 7. .id at. 7.ini 1'tck
allp,?). tranklin.il 30. 7Sui ladles 30o, I cluU tluc
rlHIIINO AT HANDY IIOOIC-Ths Edw.
Houston FUhlng Club will raako an excursion bUN
DAY. June 24. leavinf PlsrM, K. U atUA) A. M.
Che Surf.
CONEY ISLAND JOOICEY CLUU,
JUNE MKETINll, IHSd,
I'lllDAV. JUNE 22.
Continuing hATHRDAY. June S3.
And JUNE an 27. 2i C9. aud jl
BAI I.H COMHEM'I'. Af t liri
IralRsfnun'ililift ferry and
Heals lrom f.Hit Mhlnhu.lst. half hourly.
LEONARD VV. JEROUL, President.
J. O. IL LAWRENCE. Secretary.
SPECIAL PARLOR CAR THAIW t?A.VJS
FOOT EAST D4TII T. IilO P. V.. LONO (."LAND
GENTLEMEN:
WB UATR CONCLUDED THAT TUB QUICKEST
WAT TO RBDUCR STOCK IS TO REDUCE OUR
TRICES. SUITS TO ORDER, WnlOIt WB 1IAVR EEEN
PF.LLINO HERETOFORE AT PRICES RAKUINU FROM
133 TO (40, WE HATE MARKED DOWN TO
S20.00.
TIH8 MARK-DOWN COVIPRISES OUR ENTIRE
(STOCK OF FANCY RU1T1N01. INCLUDINO OUR
RPKCIAL IMPORTATIONS OF IIIOILORADR NOVEL
TIES. WE SHALL TAKE PPF.CIAf, TAINS TO ORT TltKHIS
SUITS UP IN Till! MOST ARTISTIC MANNER, DIS
CARDINO ALL IDEA OFPRI.Sl.NT PROFIT, RUT RE
LYI.NO ENTIRELY ON FUTURE ORDERS RESULTINO
FROMTHIS SACRtFlRU. TIIU IS A BONA FlDK RE
DUCTION, AND WB PARTICULARLY DBMRK OUR
REOULAR CUSTOMERS TO TAKE ADVANTAOK OF
THIS OPPORTUNITY OF OKTIINO A SUIT TO ORDER
KIR CJO WHICH IR POSITIVELY WORTU NEARLY
DOUBLE THE MONEY.
GEO. A. CASTOR & CO.,
TAILORS EXCLUSIVELY,
BROADWAY AND 18TH ST.
ALSO
267 BROADWAY,
OPPOSITE CITY IUI.li PARK.
THE SOLE OF HONOR
la the aole ef Ihe Ilisnnn Shoe, ent on
honest trell na aelentlOe prlaelples,
ssnd esilealssted to brine; ss t-rttait deal nt
rood feelles; Into tbe world. Tba eolo le
tho snuBdatloa of as ehoc.tbe) beslnnlns
of Ite xvladoae,
mm & son.
AT RETAIL
TM RROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Between Beade nnd JDnnno ate.
SCS FULTON ST., BROOKLYN,
Opposite City UalL
Oar Sboee essn bo obtained from oar
Asente In tbe principal cltlee or tbo
United fltatee. A postnl card addressed
to na will pat them within your reach.
UailroaOj
NEW YORK CENTRAL AND HUDSON
lllVKR RAILROAD
ORF.AT 10UR-TRACK TRUNK LINE.
On and after Jane 2 trains leave
OKAND CENTRAL bTATION.
Lartest and lines! Paasenrer Station In America.
8 v.M. Rochester and Montreal Express, drawlnr
room cars to Albany, Troy, and Syracuse; aJao to Mon
treal and bt Albana
U 50 A. M.. FAMOUS VESTIBULE CHICAOO AND
ST. LOUIS LIMITED, compesed excluslyely ot hudsl
smoklnr car. dtnlnr car. ilrawlng-room and sleeplnx
cara for Albany. (Jtlca. Sracuse, Rochester, Buffalo,
Maxara Falls, Erie, Cleveland. IndlanapoUa and Toledo,
arriylniratChlcasoatS.oOA.M.i St Lonli 7:40 P.M.
next day.
tlu suA-M.. Chlcaro Express tor Niagara Falls, To
ronto, Cleveland, Cincinnati Indianapolis, Detroit, and
Chicago, drawing room cars to Canandaigua and Roch
ester. Ill 30 A. M. Western New York and Northern Ex
press, with drawing-room cara
a.jo p. M , Saratoga and Utloa Special, with drawing
room cara to Albany and Troy. Runs through to Lake
Ueorre on Saturdaya only.
4 P. M-. Accommodation to Albany and Troy.
Q P. M . Fast Chicago. Cincinnati and St LonlaEx
press for Niagara Palla. Buffalo, buspenslon Bridge. To
ronto. Cleveland. Cinoinnatl. Indianapolis, bL Louis,
Detrott and Chlcagu with steering and dining cars
td 30 P. M . Montreal and Canandaigua Express dally.
Sleeping cars to Plattsbura? and Montreal, via Bouses
Point end via St Albans, also to Syracuse aud Canan
daigua daily, except Sunday. Sunday train doea not run
weat of Albany.
B P. M Special sleeper, arrives Rochester 7:40 A. M,
Buffalo O 83 A. M . and Cleveland 1 :JS P. M.
Ill SOP M last Night Expresa for Rochester. Buffalo,
Niagara Falla, Toronto, Cleveland, CtnolnnalL Indianap
olis, bt Louts. Detroit, aud Chicago, with sleeping cara
Sleeping cara to Clayton, via Utlea dally except Satur
day; also to Canandaigua on Sundays only.
1J Night, Albany Express, with sleeping ears to Albany
and Troy. Connects with the morning trains for the
West for Saratoga, Lake Oeorge, and the North (except
Saturday night)
Tickets and space in drawing-room and sleeplnr cars
on sale at llrand Csntral btatlon, 413, 7ttt, and U4J
Broadway, 13 Park place, 1 Battery place. u Weat
13.5th su, andlSNthst station. New York. 333 Washing
ton and 730 Fulton at, Brooklyn, and 70 4th st, W'fl
llamsburgh Westcoit'a Expresa calls for and checks baggage from
hotels and residences.
Run dally: others daily except Bunday. Stopatl38th
at station to take uo passengers for North and w est
J. M TOUCEY. HENRY M ON Err,
General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
On and after JUNK 11, lbSd.
URKAT TRUNK LINE
AND UNIT1.D STATM MAIL ROUTE.
Trains leave New Vork. via Deahroases and Cortlandt
Streets Ferries aa follows.
LTarrisburg. Pittsburgh, and the West with Pullman
Palace Cars attached. 8 A M . 30 (Dining Car) and S
P. -M. dally. New jork and Chicago Limited of Par. or,
Dining, bmoklnr, and bleeping Veallhuled Cara, stti.
M every dav.
Wllllamsport I ock Haven. 0 A. M . 8 P. M ; Corry and
r rle at 8 P. M. Connecting at Corry for TltusvlUe and
the oil regions
For Lebanon. 9 A VI. 3:20 P. M . and 12:13 night
lor Norrlsiown. Phsnlxviiie. Potistown. and Reading.
11 A. M . 1. 2. and 4 P. M. Saturdays only, a P. M. Sun
days, a :15 and 10 A. M.
Baltimore. Washington, and the South, " Limited Wash
ington Express " of Pullman Par,or Cara dally, except
Sunday. 10 A M. ; arrive W ashlngton 4 P. M and dally,
vriih Dining Car. at 3 40 p. M . arrive Washington 9 12
P.M.; regular at rt.20, 8. ardn,3ii A. M.. 1, A4.su and
u P. M and I J. 15 night, bunday, 0.16 ando A, M,
4 30 and ! P. VI . and U'lSnlghi.
For Atlantic City, 1 P. M. wsek days (through Parlor
Cay
For Cape May. 1 P Vt. week daj s.
Long Branch. Ray Head Junction, and Intermediate sta
tions, via Rahv. ay aud Auihoy, J Jo and n 10 A. M , 1 J
noon. 3:lu 4:11 and & P. M. On bunday, U.43 A. M.
and A P. M. (do not stop at Asbury Park).
For Old Point uud Norfolk, via Now Vork. Philadelphia
and Norfolk Railroad, H I M daUy, via Baltimore and
Bay Hue, 4 30 P. M. veek days.
Boats ot "Brooklyn Aunev" connect with all through
trains at Jersey City, affording a speedy and direct
transfer for Brooklyn travel.
LVQli riilLADIIUMIlA.
Express trains leave New York, via Deshrosaes and
Corllandt btrsets Ferries, as tnllows:
0 2H 7:jo h. u id Chlojgo Llinlud. with Dining Car, and
in WasMiiglou Ilium d), uud 11 A. M, u -JU 1, I,
3 211 4, 4,.l'i. ft. 0, h M onJUP. M.and Ulli litthl.
Accommodation, . viand II -10 A M . 4 -in und 7 P.M.
hllldh). 1-xpress, ii t f tu I.luiitrd), and in A M . 4,
4: ' s. nil . h, ai,d v P.M., uud u 13 ulght Ac
commodation. 7 1. 11
Trams Jlu lug New York daily, except Sundav, atO
and 11:10 A. M. I. 2. 4. ft, K P M. aud 10 A M.andU
P. M on buiulu) s connect at Trenton for Camden.
Ticket Oinccs. Nos. I. 4.13. K41I, and 044 Broadway. 1
Astor House, nnd foot of Desbrosses and Corllandt sta.:
4 Court st . and Brooklyn Annex btatlon, foot of Fultun
st, Brooklyn; btatlon. Jersey city; Emigrant Ticket
Oltlco, Caailo Garden.
The New Vork Transfer Company will call for and
chock bazgage from hotels aud residences.
CUAllLl'.h E. PUUII, J II WOOD,
beuerttl Manager, (iclicral Puse'r Agent
NEW YORK, O.NTAItIO A Nil WEST.
.UN I'.AILM W,
1 mlns leave from ferries at Weit4Jd and Ju ts.es
follows:
lest4Jit. 7.V1A M. Jayst.?-) A. M, for Middle.
town. Faltsburg Montteeilo. Lilxriy. Walton, Delhi.
Norwich, I'tlia, Rome, Oneida, 1 uliou, Osntgo, Buffalo,
Detroit, I'hloajii. Vlallkill alley points
Weat 4Jd, 4:lii P. M , Jay st. 3 33 P, M for Middle
town Ellenvllle, Wallklll Valley polnle
West 4.'dst. I' Jj P. M.i Ja st,U:liP. Mdallyfor
Mlddleiown. Fallsburg Lllnrty. Walton. Norwich,
lluelda, Osv,ego, Suspension Bridge, Detroit Chioarn,
bt I ouls. Bullet sleepers to Niagara Falla. Reclining
chair car treo lo Rochrstir
Pullman .Ueplng car berths reserved at 307 Broadway
Tint) tubles. tit Wu Ac. at '.07,3)7,1)14 l.l.'.lllrtmd
v.iiy 7.17 bill uv, 134 East U'.tlist and2lV Ui.l IJoth
st, :iuw 1 ork. J. U AMIl.RSOV, U P. A.
1 HH clung puce, Newark,
TioKl'ISII.A PI'.LPill 1 A' TUI VI UN,
I' DIlUND IIRllllK ROUTE.
Tlu.e lab e of Ma 1J, Iixa
I eave New V rk. foot of Lit eriy si . 4 no. T:4V, ! on,
II i A M.i I n, j: is, 4 iaj. b 1st ntlJUir.ll; bun.
daia 41ISI.H 4'.A M . 5 :n 12 un p .VI.
Liave Phlladellihla. nth and llreane sts.7 80, fl 90.
931. II nil A. M.i I 15, 8 43 .,:1V. 7.U", 12-uuP, M.,Sun.
dura, h :o a M , a hn. l J.-ou p. i.
DRAWINCI.RUOM AND BLEF.PINU OARS.
ERIE RAILWAY,
y. TICKET Ol'HCrS. 401.317,711. and
XX 007 Drottduu). I&M Bunery. lM7West
xyvX at.) Buttery plm e. ( hamber. ht und
SWA't. SUM lerrlis Sew Vork. (til mid 6U
XH'.'Jl'ftN I'nlton it Bro.liiyn, 107 Broad ay.
V vkMjLyr Willlain.burgli, ruruer Newark and
vCK2a!j?X Iludron sis.. Ilotoken. CJ Monigoniery
SSuXiPy si and Nt Utstioii. Jel.ey Clly.
XX where tlcltet und Pari'-or bleeping
Car reservalioiis and orders for chrck-
Ing and transfer of baggage ran ha obtained I.xpress
tralus leave j:id st Ave uiuiutes earlier thau lime showu
from Chambers st ....,
0 A. M daily. Day Express, buffet drawing room
coaches to Buffalo; Pullman slseplng coaches UornsUs
vllls to rinclnnai) and Cleveland
iu.30 A. II. week days. Delaware Valley expreas par
lor car to Blnghamton. Owego. Elmtra, and Corning.
6 P. SL dally. "Chicago aud St Louis Limited." a solid
Pullman iralu of day and buffet aleeplng couches lo Buf
falo, Niagara lalla, Cleveland. Chicago, Cincinnati, aud
bt Leuls. No extra chaige for fast time
M P. M dslly, Chicago Express. Pullman buffet aleen-
Inr coaches in Blnghauitoii Uuego, Llmlra, Bocbeiter,
Bullulii. Cincinnati and Chlcato
lor local trains si a time tablts In ticket office;
VV J MURPHY KP. FVI1MPR.
General bupennleudrut General Passenger Agent
tntU,rj. .
Special Sale
BOYS' CLOTHING.
$4.00, $510, $6M
Fifteen lots ovor ono thou
sand suits our own make ;
all wool ; mostly fino imported
fabrics ; all now goods, fresh
from our factory, each suit
having our patent waistband in
tho pants and our usual guar
antee to give satisfactory wear.
There in uo oilier place
wliero children enn he listed
oul as well wiih eteryihins;
from lints to Shoetj.
BEST&CO
60 and 62 West 23d St,
AUCTION SUE, NEWTOWN, L I.
40 Elegant Building Lots
In the choicest part of that Tillage,
Saturday Afternoon, June 30, 3 P. M.
Bale positive, without reservation, to highest bidder.
Music by Bdinger's Military Band.
Collation under the large tent
pedal train to the sale.
Maps and free panes by addressing
Hitchcock's Real Estate Office.
14 CHAMIIKKH BT., MSW YORK.
jgttMic grttoy
XTOTICC IN HKLATIOX TO JVUOUS
i i'OK bTATE COUUT&
OFFICE OP TTIB COMMISSIONER OF JUROI.3,1
UOOM VI7. 8TKWART BUILDING I
CllAMBbKd oTIEbnT AND HKOADWAY. f
NhW ORk, Jim 1. iH.-A.)
AppHcatlom for emptiant will to hfrU here, trom
0 to 4 daily, from aUpenoni) hitherto liable or recently
ervinjr who have become cxiuit, aoit all needed lu
formation will be if.. en. . , ,, tili
Tliotewho have not answered iut to their liability, or
proed perinanent exemption, will reoi-lv e a 'Jiiryeiv
roll ment uotlre." rtqturliie them to oppcar before m
this year. Mietbr liable or not. such notice must bo
answered (In person. If possible, aud at Diixi ol.'ce only)
under evere nenalilea. lf exempt, the pirty iuut
brintf proof of exemption; lf liable, he muit ul) mthw er
In pereon. irUintTtull and correct name, residence, Ac.,
Ac No attention paid to letters ,
1'ersons "enrolled" as liablo mut serve when called
or pay their tinea. No mere excLie will be ullowtdor
interference permitted. The fines if unpaid will be
entered as Judgment upon tbo property of the delta
Quents. Alt rood cltlseniwitl aid the roam of Justice, and
secure reliable and respectable jurlc. and equalise their
duty by nerving promptly when rummoned. alio win sr
their clerks or subordinates to serve, reporting to me
any attempt at bribery or t aston. itnd su?setintr names
for enrollment. I'ersons bttwutn lKty and He,euty
Jearaof age, lummir abLntre4t. itrsoub tempurariJy
1, and U ul ted States Jurors are not exempt,
Ereryinan must attend to his own notice. It Is a
misdemeanor to iflve any Jury paper to another to
answer. It Is alno punishable by fine or Imprisonment
toKlvaor receKo any present or bribe, diroctly or indi
rectly, lu relation to a jury serTice, or to withhold nny
gaper or make any false statement, and every case will
fully prosecuted.
CUARLK8 BEILLT.
Coininlwluner of Jurors.
POST OFFICJ2 XOTICIl-Letters for forelffn
countries need not be sreclnlly addressed for u
spatch by uny p.trtloular stvamar. except when H is
desired to send duplicates of bankf 11.7 and commercial
doouirents, tetters not specially addrctsed bclntf sent by
tut fttMect e.velavHlible . . .
KurelKii mulls for tl.c wiek en31ns. Tune 23 will closo
(nriimntly In all cases) at thUotHco u follfnn
SAILMiUiY. At 10 A, M. for Csmnerhe, Chiapas,
Taba&ca and Yucatan, per steamship t'lty nf Alex
aiidrla (letters for other Mexican Mates must bo
directed pr t'lty of Alexundria"), at 1 A M.
for liruzlX aud the La ('lata t.'ountrles, fa lira
jell, for ht. Ihomas. for llarbadoes, aud for Trini
dad and Pemarara, via Harbadoea. per steamship
Alilaoca, from .Newport News (letters for othor
Windward lslnml inuvt be directed "per Allt
anca"), at 1 .H) A. M for rniau). Austria, Den
mark. heilen. Norvia). ltutttls. aud Turkey, per
steamship I- uhla. ri 1 Bremen (Ictten. for other Kur
peon rountrifs. i' Southampton, nu it to itirrt trd
per l-ult'n); at Imoa. 1. tcr rrntiCf, hmltztrUnt
Juiy. I'pilu and rrirtuiat, per kle imihlp ln lln ir
Kcj'n''. lu Ilnxtfe, at I, a a M for the Nttherl mds,
ln holUrdau. per rt iiunthip Jttuirdun tlettr
must be .llrected "1 er Jlutterdum"), ut 1 V. l, for
M ('mix and HL ihoms, la ht Croix, also for
Winduard Inland direct per ktramihlp lliirulcy,
at 1 I. M. for Fcotland direct, per steamship Cfr
cassia, via Glasjow (letters must be directed "per
L'lrcasela"), at J I. M. for Europe, per steamship
1 mbrta, via Queenrtown
SUNDAY. At HA M. for 1'roffrpso. per steamship Mexi
co, via Havana (Mier.. tor other Mexican fitates
muit be directed "per Mexico"): at J r. M. for
Truxlllo, per vtraumilp btroina from New Orleans;
at S I' M for nt 1 Klrii, ia Llmon. per steauibhlp
Koxhall. from NewOrlemis.
Mali lor ( hliuaiid Jsp.tn. 1 rrrteamshtpCltr nf T.lo do
Janeiro tfroin ran rrunrtstrn), c titn here lunJ4 at
4 aj 1. M ; inAt s for lie hncttl lolrnds per M ip
Iroplo Ulrd (from hau tram 1st o) cUmn 1 t-re June
-Jf ttt4 .0 i. M , mail for Australia, New .vulaiid.
llawa'lan. HJI and Kainoan Islands, per steajnthlp
liarimma (rromrtan lrmulsro), close here June "J 4
at 4 .Jul' m (or i'ii arrlvil at New York of steam
sbln Auratiia. ith llritlsh malls for Australia);
malls fnr l uba b rail to Tampa, Ma . and them e by
steamer, via Key H est, Kla., cluso at this ottlce daily
at i ft) A. M.
The schedule of closlntr of Trans raclfln malls Is ar
ransed on the presumption of their uninterrupted oer
laud transit to Han l-rHiicisco Malls from the I ait ar
riving on time at Han Francisco on the day of sailing of
steamers are dtrpatched thencj the raino day,
IQN8 ISLAND IM80A0.
KAMI HOOK, will, JMf and MhT of HOTl'I.H
and IIOVI'.m.Ml HIlUnKS may lo obtained 'ICt:il
at llo Hroadwar Itooru va louilud upon rerelntor oo.
posing, on applliullou to L. 1. 1U IL, 'l.uue Island Clly.
NEW TICKET OFFICES
71 IIIIIIAIIW.tV (rainily, and I iixi SIIU llooVs on
sale t'ouiinutallon may Uh applied for lite daya
liefora II. e I'm dav or month v.antnl TIl'KlVrn
FOIt .. Y. AJ1 llUtKAtt.IV llllAi'U
HAII.VVAV.) Al 11. AMI . ori'UKM,
llltUA tl AY AMI I AVAL hT. I 'l.ldO
llllOAK V,1 V, and al Juliet sllli. .loot Cast
.'Mill st, A.ior llou.i-, i.","!, in. 1 ,11'J llroadway. HJ
West si 161 r.nwerr, '""' I'anal .1. II last Htli
st.ittUest U'Vtbsi. illiooui.t A.-Muiiont-vt.
antloaml 1'lalOti.li ni.. Ileliorl. Atlanllc. ami 1 rauklln
sil, Unsliuiek ror Ituthwjck aud Vlontro. ara, JJ3
Fulton st, l7 Hrondv. v, r 1)
SvooidtVIT 1-illI.OJt ail) nkat
MAY UK OBTAIMil) Af Ul'HChg HAKKED ,
tfiimboiitg.
CObDSpiilNU. 'uuntfiuton. andOjster'liar
hteamboall.AUIIA U blAHIS jesits 1'ler VI, E. B.
at a 4V r, M.; tier tool Kast JlstsLat MMt, U.-.&KT.
UKDAVBatJii'l' M. -i'
KABK. OOP. KXCU11SI0N, 11.
lijljiniiB. J
RUB NT .IK I.I. ST. KnnANTwr:ui"w
hall'ti. from e Vorl ni l An:r er.teverr week
IIIIVM.ANII (Wdnrtdsy June .. H JU A. .
WKS1KUNI.ANII . . . vWdneular.Juiye, i JOI' I
Uuuiioer ratesi Klrst ealnn. rl to tjiVj. eiour.lnu.
IllutotleX), second oabln. ei excurslou, ttiOaudliii
btesrais at vcrr l rai.a
risTCH vnnaiu a bovs,
eMMl igtalt, UuwllS UllHk
TO-MORROW, I
SATURDAY HALF HOLIDAY. I
tui: unir.i.iAifT and vnfamas- W
j.ei.i:d avccEU
ot the '
TWO GREAT AUCTION SALES
of the
MICnAKE. BEHOEN TABM,
adjolnlm the
HUNTESTATE
BROOKLYN, NEW CTItKOnT, L. X,
warranta the announeemeatot
A ORAM) Cl.Otl.VO-OCT sHAUi
of the rsmalnlng
391 SUPERB LOTS,
ATS O'CLOCK r. M..OW THE FUHIU,
8TII AV.. 40TII TO AOTII seT.,
SATURDAY, JUNE 23.
Come one. come nil. to this Brand alMlnc-tnt
aale. It will be the only a.pornlty ,
yon will erer hare of bu jlnjj at auction lou on thlssplen-
did estate, where streeU and aTennes are aU (traded and
planted with shade trees, and ererr lot fat ready tor i
lmmedlato lmprorement. j
ArrROAon burden fabh '
"y
(which la on sueti hlfh (round and so weU drained tha, .Sk
within a fow hours after a storm aU water disappears) " B
TBOM BROOKLTU-Ur Third Arena Ballrea4- v
Sth and 00th sta. '
Until sale free stai will meet the 38th at ferryboat. j
which leave New York half hourly between I and B '
o'clook In the afternoon.
For day of sale free tickets will be Issned over the Bsa
Beach Itallroad from New York to 8th ax. Brooklyn. j
only one block from the property. i
Brilliant muiio by Twenty-third Bertment bead 0m
Inj sale. '
110YAL RHODE ISLMD CLAM BAKE
nnder coloesal tent at 1 o'clook on day of aale. Bemea,
ber, the lots win be sold absolutely to the bigheet bid
der. Bemember, this property adjoins the
eSEAT II HAT ESTATE.
on whloh nearly SOOOloU have already been loldaiss
hundr.ds of baUdlngf erected.
Titles guaranteed by Title GiuuantM and Trust Oo. .
Capital, ?aoo,orx).
For maps, free passes, and foil particular! apply to
JEItE. J01ISON, Jr, 00 Liberty at, New York, 803
Fulton at. Brooklyn, or at offlce on premises, corner of
8lh st. and 4Bth st
t QOIsD MEDAL, FABISi 1878,
BAKER'S
Breakfast Cocoa. .
-Warranted atoolutelp juatvi
sosa, from which tin excess ot
1 has been remored. IthaafArad
wi (Ike etrenof A of Cocoa mixed
itb Btarcb. Arrowroot orBngar,
d la therefore far more eoonoml.
1, totting Uu tkan one cent a
p. It la delicious, nourishing,
rengtbentog, eaally dlgeated, and
Imlrably adapted for Invalid a
all u for pereona In health.
Cold by Grocers oterrtThoro.
W. BAKER S CO., Dorchester, Mass,
The Weekly Sun
There Is no weekly paper publish I
ed in the United States, or any- I
where else, that can comoaro aaa a
compendium of ,
ALL THE NEWS ,
OF THE WHOLE WORLD, t'
but particularly of the news of our jl
own country, with the WEEKLY 'II
SUN. , H
GEEAT OLEARING-OUT SAIB I
Of
Furniture, Carpets, and Bedding, 11
ntiuit to ouit ViaU
SEMI-ANNUAL STOCK TAKING. ''
IjnnRAL TF.nMS AND OREOIT OK i
HUH M'.W NYNTEM. t
TjUDWIO BAU3IANN & CO., f
518. BI4 HTII AVT.,
nr.nviiriN uotii ami aiTli hts. J
SUaUBftafc. J,
I.tUK NAI.E-On account of death In the family, I
- farm or.'', acres, with all tbe beat ot machines and '
fixtures of uilrsi class concern, so head ot Jersey eat- '
lla. u liorser. plus Ac larce orohard, alio, root cellar, , .
aud all bulidfua In line order: farm fenced with wire)
ell watered and ctiltlvaled, and In the healthiest pars I
of rcnnsyhar.la. l.'ii mile, from New Yorki railroad
denoi on the (dace, also aohool. church, and canal. This)
Is one or tlio est farms ever oSsred for mis, In tho i
licl.-hlor cultivation and well suited for a sate fnTest-
!i'uclUvre,,i"iail,;r.rNew,'oyrk? muA ". U
IUKUEXT Best dry goods room In city. Addrsat
' ll.VKKITIt. alananeld. OhloT !
rpti fcKT-Desirable store and basement f or business) S
X iiurnckes; low rent', b.Ju eth ar.. formerly ocospied I
by the Herald and Telegram; splendid location for any el
litislness. Apply to J. . 0. WYUKOFF, lii n 1.MT El
Hioadway room B. P.
gguglutg.a ChnuMg. W
IjVOK HAI.R-A clxarstorei esUbUshed fur years l
at I,I1M aq av,, no agenta IB I
jgngonnl otittfi. W
All. Itecelred your letter, and know that you think Ii
. nf inc. Tried many limes to meet you. I am prob. p
ably (tolnif on .Monday, fcball be home Hatnrday night t',
and auuduy, all day. ' L
With love and klasss, erer youn. ft
,. griMSoote. ij
i nnn7i'ME'B!(!nAiuailHo. cniramai M
luuy ' lines, fJ7rolL Carueiinira. Jll
AhDltlfi LimTEB'fl bu.s'ri, 78U.71 Broadway. (ll
lUtdlcaL ,l
---' ''' .... i. ....... .. -..,. .. HfS
TO WEAK MEN bUfPEBINO FBOIt IfM
in! ,nHcl',!!t "lhful errors, early dscay. lost rasa- f
hood, Ac., I will tend a valuable treatise Isealed) coo- Il
alnlnr full particulars for home cure, free of eueri e. II
Address ITi.f. r. a tOWl.ua. Moodos. Ooua, II
rIHRANi:NOs MKVOJsI.X.-IUDortantcaaea, M
. rteeiitoroldnnlcliiycuredi terms moderate. Advloe &)!
I n e. I)r illil.MiLli, m w I3tu e.t- tt. UU and 7lli ats. ffl II
DIC. f.lslt)HUj:. l West stth at NewYork-i flti
IcadlnKadvcriisluir sneclallst; qulckaat nermansal Hi'Wl
curei rvcetiltanst lo 10 daya lloura, l to 3, 7 to a v V2 1
If) YalAUM'i'raatlce.-Dr.BKOnQIITOI'eiirMie. Ml
U eral debUity, weakness, dlseaae of the skS, e beet, HU
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