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iljl . 8 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890. J)
THE THEATRICAL WORLD. , njnniaAN'n wmr theater is rvsn. If ISO ITSELF IX JO TUB Allt. j BoraethlnK Abont the "Unekerei" of THi Suy-Atmo. Stuart Hlanler Oet m HI- I Toree-Modjeakis ssnd the (Morion I'll- J I mute of CallfbrftlH-DlxeT Hnrleqtie 1 : rdWRrdnnrrlBan'onowthofttrolaasdumlnc i formidable; hnto. Two stories nronorrvlsl- I bio. avnd tho loroonf workmen la lnrco onouuli 0 to BURKest that botli Harricaa and Mutineer ilMv Hantoy aro In earnest In their Uoclarntlon thnt l'rf'' the bouse will be dedlcntod on Nov. .1. Indood, Yv Hartley ealdyestorday that tho rapidity of the ij operations warranted him In oxroctlnit that the J theatre muy bo rendrot loast a week earlier II than the dato now set. Meanwhile Ilnrrlcan I j remains at Bchroon I.nko In the- mountnln", II' where It Is so quiet that, evon with the youncor 1 1, Harrleans plnylne; around htm, ho can silll B III find ten hours In tho day to work upon IiIh now 8 L play. Tbe foundation was lone neo construct- I 111 d. and It Is the nillnifln process nnd tho final I III, elaborations that nro now encaclne his pon. It Ijl is betraying no secret to tell that ho Is coins til' hack to narllor nrlnelitlos In this drama. It will II be distinctively of tho "Mulllenn Guards" j HI type, less ambitions (from Mr. Howell's point III of Tlew) than Hnrrluan's later efforts, but , probably a deal moro satisfactory to his an- jfll dlonces. Thenamobasnot yot boon dacldod I upon, thouch " Wily Itlley" has btnn seriously j. II thoucht of by both llarrlean and bis mnnucor. Ill That statucsquo and onco conspicuous ac- i J tress, ourlesriuor. and ex-vaudevlllor. Alma II (j I Btoart Stanloy, a line fluure In male attire, and If it Btlll recalled as a picturesque player on the I Hi Wallaok stase a deoade aeo. baa recently told III a tale ot woe before a London divorce court. it. It will Intorest her former American admirers. (1 11 Just about six yearn aeo she married Charles ' TJe Garmo, whose riant name Is Porter. In the ; jj! Roman Catholio church at Surblton, Ennland. l 8he declares that when she married De Gramo HI he told her he was aotlnc manager of tho Hav- erly Minstrels, but when she cot to America I I1JI ehe found out that It was wholly untrue, and j Ijl in consequence she had to take an encasement Sill in America with a travelllnir company. At lj J Cnionsoshe had to complain of her husband's rt fIJ conduct, and on one occn-lon she took him llll uway from cambler and loose women. Ho j l bad run up a wine bill for $400. and unon her jHI paying the money her husband was "return- i 'Jl od" to her. In Juno. 18S5. in tbl clt. ho II 11 ft Btrtiak her very violently with nis open hand nil) , on the head. After that thoro was a sennra- Ug tlon. but they luruin bocntne reconciled. J tier i went to rbilaileltihla. and there be stabled nil her with a knife. Sho lias the marks at tho 111 3 present time, jja " Where did ho strlko you?" asked the curious ill' Justice. IIS "In tho arm, and I had to hide the wound JH with a piece of velvet when I noted. A doctor Ijil took several stitches, too," replied the actress. Ill Then she wont on to say that le Garmo camo Iffi from south Kentucky. Sho added that when tnlMI they woro llvlnc In this city her huHband HIITI knookod her down and Btrtiak heron the head. jMJfl It was a serious blow, and shewnsuuconxolotirt liuiu for five hours. He bad tbreatonod tostrnnclo jjljH per. In July. IbSi!. they went to .Mnncliestor. Mill England. Unonlcht sheenme home and found Ijtt a lady with him. When she asked about tho H IflH fsltor he struck her violently on tho head, and iMfl Bhut thodoorln hor face. Afterward he left 9 HI her. ho itiWIns with him nil the jewolry she had jnn on bar when she left the theatre. He told hor j3Jr eue had better co to ber mother, and promised HUH to join hor in London, but he novor came. IKljl- Irom that time she had not Uvea with him or Jig 11 spoken to him, and he had not since contrlb- l nil uted to hor support, lie bad written ber a .1MB (treat many lettets and not cards, all of tjB which were ot an Insulilnc character. Th-y I H bad been veiy detrimental to her business. IfJH witnesses corroborated Miss Stanley, nnd, lUII there beine no defence, a docreo n lei. with I II 11 costs, was erauted. Mr. De Oornio Is In New K If H York at this momont. and all this may, und Jlj may not, bo news to him. 1 18 f Although it was told wooks njro. with a III Superabundance of elrcumstnnitalitv. that Hi Jlnrcuslt. Maverand Bonbiornhad arranKod 111 I to direct l'aultno Hull's starnuc tour, the deal ill I wns not absolutely consummated until Tues- II1! , day alternonn. Then More met .Miss Hall at I jw ' Howe JtHummel's ofllco, and theto they dlck- III ered forallttlo while before they wroto their I names to a coutraut that was yards lone and Hjl veiy blndlns. It Is knfo to say that neither of jf. them will ever break it. for both nre conlldent I'M of success. Mips Hall has exhibited n cautious M and deliberative manner that Is altocethor un- K usual In tho makeup or a comic uperaslncer. !i. She has sousbt lecul adilce In tho Itjlj ' most trivial matters, and.though this may now jl ' nppeor to boa luiury. tho oxponse mar justify ! i itseli in thti end. At any rnto she Is in the w. bands of bold, ehrowd. and well equipped mun- III v acers. Mnor. for all his flnmboyancy and his If playful methods of ualninir notoriety. Is one of Hit I , the keenest and quickest of American theatri- ' , ealentrepreneurs.andBternknowshisbuKlness I II from root to branch, let, dealing with theto Mil ' old hands nnd safe manaitors, I'uullne Hall has 3 i f gtlll contrived to cet a contract that will hrlns 81 berafortuno if hhe shall achieve the success ' Jl1 Bho conlldently counts upon. It will surpilsa J the closej-t of her friends, no doubt. Ii to learn that the torms nr her bnranln call lor l'l ns much ns Acnes Huntiucton will got from lij . Mayer and bin inrtners, who also bavothat i IIS crand opera Blnger under contrnct foratour ijl here. In London Mayor will close tho final Mil , arrancements with MIks Huntington, nnil then, am with these two slncers. each at the head of a . flffi company, to say nothluc of his International , 'M Manuirers' Atency and the tour of ' Faust Un 'Ki I to Jjato." he ami hie co-labmors wlllhavoa I BJI i busy season starlne them in tho face. fl t" Th "1 aiist l'n to Date" trouio. by tho way, 1 1 ', ylll not t'OEnKdsh. and will not como from tho j t , . London Gaiety. Tho lOtaodlaus. slncors. and n , danoors who wlil do the burlesiiuo on Its sec- 8 i pnd tour of thU cni'ntry will be entlioly Amor- I ; i lean. Htern thinks thnt they will make it lar I , J I F Broater bit than the Galetvcompnnydld.be. I jar cause, ho arsuos. they will approach nearer ' M, I to the Amorieau idea of humor. Tho London 1 . 'law of It Is vory focxy It must be admitted. Ifi.1 i It Is pretty RcnoraUy understood that fifij a centlomun nnmed Illrnbaum will occupy the SIS f jery responsible post of "backer'' of m ' this enterni Iso. nnd that tho star is likely to be ' 3 .rrankle homble, a stiut. Rood-natured, jolly. Ill '. Jaoed little actioss, who has plaed all kinds of ill : Boubretto-rOles, and has spasmodically starred !il ' wiinRieator or less success. Mr. Jllmbaum, J Tfho will on this occasion mako his ddhut m U theatricals. Is declared to bo wealthy: nnd ns II ) b? ppol-sellmR Lusino3s at J.oiir Island il ( City. In whloh lio Is said to be Intor- 4 estod. is flourlshlaR just now, there l 'A no reason, to doulit the eolldlty of his S 5.a.ok,ir- A1 . w?8 J11 ,ntf ' Imaclned that jl JHss Kembles husband. Kdwnrd C'lavburah. 1 Xoul?, Cllt, Hn Important tlRure Intheexeou- ; live diicctlon of the company; but of latol'lny- bureh seems not to be In It. 'Ihere Is a mys- terlouspiojudlconRalnsthim In well-informed theatrical circles and It Is feiirod thnt tlio In- 8 fluence of Mr. Ilinibaum's advisors mav have S caused him to unload Mr. ( layburch. At any P .' late, the only term by which Mayor A Hlern. Jl Jfhq represent the LnclUh ownor of "I'aust fill ) LptoUato," will send outthnt company.i-tlp- f '. nlate exprcsslj acnlnst the employment in 1 ( onycapscltv of Miss ivemblo's husband. This J i would scom to be a cruel freak ot fate, In view Jl t ' the fact that It was Mr. t JayburRh who dls- Jffll t covered Mr. Hrnbium. and. as nil maiincers 1JI I know, wealthy backer are not cauuht trolllnc, SB i t oroven ' ohummlut'." Geneiallj they have to J, Y f. be ancled for. 3 ( BpeaUIntr of backers BURRests tho thouRbt i ' , that badleMartlnot who iHhtlll ns dainty nnd Jf ns lUKOnuous as If she hadn't been moro than ' v. i , it year out of a convent's walls, la not In the It i Ma,t xBratluK tho faet whan she de- ' IB , i fiare. tbat wealthy friends will build a new , T theatre for her In this town whonover oslto IIS . fan bo found to ault them In dimensions and . 18 . In price. Miss Mnrtinot has be. n famously II fortunate In the possession of woalthy frlenils. As eho gains in yoars, the thouRlit mustoom- Ii lort and recompense her thnt bho has ealned In . rlohes and In dovoted admirers until now, when the climax of herconiiuostH hns been reoohed: for tho one backer in particular whose name theatrical managers are begin, alnir to nssoclate with Miss Martlnot's Is a member of tho AW. with an Illustrious llneace and a limitless bank account. Helena Modjeska. who carries hor 48 yoars so , jrraoelullt that oven women marvel at her. has of late been oiiioilnc a vn. ation that Is surely well earned, bho Is at hor ulctutesque cnun , try rnnclie In .Oranun county, i nllforiiln, lead- I Incallie of Ideal restruluoss and reireatlmi, let sho mUses no chance to exert her "till powerful personal magnetism. Not long ago she travailed to t-anta Jiartmra JmSL.1"10. n":lu Blt.. J"wu ,'lt, tho, annual dinner of the southern California edl. tors, who wero callant enough to ball her ns the loremont actress or her day, and to ask Mill ' ber foruneech. Hlie had not coineunnre- ub pared, It soejns, for then ami there she made a , B1 very plo.iuont. tactful, and smoothly worded S P nuureD, inar vvns vvihliy iipplatlded. Hut tho B Beiilenco In It that will most Interest the play. , fflft ' KolnsTcoiniuiinltyat larao is thatwhl.h de- W j SresModieska'siiiteniiontopasthoromnln- Ijil dt-rof het lifa In Oalifornla 'Jhls w.uld t-eem l to put an end to ths lone circulated story that 8 'he would ultimately return to I'oland. her n. ute laud. , 4 ! 81 ' .TVblleOustBveAmberc'amerrycompanywers i Ifcj Blnglni: "The Soven Suabinns" In its German 1 Ijif. 'nrni at Torince Garden tho other night they II , nadndeeDlyluteresteduodltorln JlathlldeCot- illBt jre'hr. .Mrs. Cottrelly bolloves that thisoittra iflBl In Its Lnglsh dress fs uoinv: lobe n sensation UbI and a delight of the (nil oponlnc-. The Mc- HHI Caiiliirouplo are to Moc ii aud the various Ml rMos Btotti excolleutly suited to the liilonts 'HI of the Mciaull comudiaes Jde char- .f I M'er assumed at Torrm o Garden by Oarola l Jl Lnglaendor will be i-uiib in tho McC'aull cast f j f Idlly Post instead of Helen Ilertrau). MUs f l Bertrom, who In private life Is Mrs. A. To- f III mwio, U tho ttsulorlr tngaued prima donD 'I H of the McOaall forces, but her health will not permit her to appear until later In the season, so Miss l'ost has been speolally hired for about HI wooks of tho tour. The company will open Its season at Hammorsteln's Harlem Opera llouno on Kept. 1. Carl Mtllocker, the com posAr ot the opera, hns sent Stago Managsr i'rltr. Odelsa hero to advise Mrs. Cottrelly re cardlnc the production of the work, aad tho two hnve beon In consultation for the pat-t two weeks. 1 ho scenery Is being pnlntod In Hnr lem. and tho production In to do nn elabornto one. Tho company will begin rehearsals at the Htar Theatre the first wook In August. Mrs. Leslie Carter's manncer. Kdwnrd I. Trice, hns i ome back from Kngland to taco two or three threatened diniculties In the sbnno of ' netors who. having signed with him to support Mrs ('niter, now wish to mako other engage ments. The Hun was tho first to toll that the l.ngllsh player. Ii J. Henley, had agreed to leavo Mrs. Carter and go Into the Maurice Ilarrymoro company; and. In nddltlon.lt line since been reported thnt w, J. lerguson, hav ing made n hit In "llentt llrummel." Is anxious to abrogate a contract by which ho ngroes to travel with Mrs. ( arter In tho fall. Trie natural presumption In I'oruuson's case Is thai Richard Mansfield wl-hes to totnln him nt nn advanced salary. Mr. Prlco, howover. stornly savsthat no will hnvo his bond. Mrs. Cotter will be ready to o on the road In JNo vcmber. Until then Henloy and Korcnon may piny wherevor they choose. Aftor that they will be In tho Cnrtor compnny or thev will bo In tho courts. It looks Hko a lawsuit, after nil. "Mnnyn Blip 'Twlxt Cup and Lip" Is tho sub-title of Dlxey's now burlesque" Hip." It lSBlgiilllcnntthot tho llrst slip occurred this week, for Hlxey found hlmsolf unnDlo tr pro duce tho piece la-t Monday night In Chicago, though lje had ndvortlsod it for thnt night, lho dros rehearsal Sunday night showed up so many dofeots. rhlelly In tho stneo mechan ism nnd scenlo ofTocts. that Dlxoy at ot.co or deied n postponement of the first porlormanon until last night. From the first a great deal ot secrecy has bean maintained ns to everything ennneotod with tho production, and only a general outline- of what ie to como has been permitted to leak out. Plxey long ago an nounced that In no way would he attempt to tturlesuue Mr. Jefferson's or anv othor produc tion of1' lllp Van Winkle." bis aim having been simply to heighten the comedy and olnborato and exaggerato toe ldoal nature of tho themo. 1'or Instance, in tho very first act ftp Is wrinkled nnd old,, Ki nr iienrded, long haired, and stiff In the olnts, nnd whon ho falls In with old flfwlnclc Imlton't phantom crew In the Catskllls ho imbibes. Instead I a sodntlvo that puts him to sleoo for twenty yoars. an elixir that enablos him to antlclpato centuries nnd beceme a dnp per young swell or tho twenty-Mist century, btlll a stranger foaturn Is thnt nil the other mortals In the piece Increase In nco, though not In sl'o. with onch succocdlug scene, bo that lu tho closing scene oven the children of tun ing Wator nro wearing beards. Then, too, nn entlrolv newchnrao'or I introduced Vtonm. one nt the sprites of tho mountains. Itw. alter loavlng hlfl aggravating ooquetto In the vlllairo of Falling Wntor.forras tho acquaintance of this lovoly sprite during his twenty yenrs of ab sence, nnd ho retnrns to tho world and Its turmoils against tho wish of the ellln. who warns him that he Is fnr bet tor off In a fairyland, but which he does not appreciate until ho has boon back nnd nut ber assnrtlon to the test. ( If course, ono of tho fontnros of the conclusion Is that ho returns to 07onlaand her mountnln oIK thoioughly in-dori-lng hor sentiments. It goes without say ing thnt tho most Is mado or tho opportunity for grotosque display In tho phantom crow nndr the fairy Inhabitants I tho mountains l)i ey's reputation for having pretty clrls and strikingly fanciful enstumos In his plays en sures thnt Iiaylny Warburton. his now man ager. Is dotermlned to make his llrst vonturo a success, and has snared neither monoy nor labor in tho endeavor. The sconorvhas been pnlntod by Ernst Albert of tho Chicago Audi, torlum: tho musln has beon written and ndnutad by W. W. Furt. and tho cosiumos. ne elghod bv ('apt. Alfrod Thompson, nro In that capablo designer's very best lino. COSTA RICA XEirS. Rellsloa In the Public Hchools Proipeeta of the Union. Ban Jose, July 15. Tho question of religious Instruction in tho public eohools Is still being warmly dlscusod In Costa Itlca. The newspa pers dovote columns daily to articles by prom inent citizens, who seem unaolo to resist ex pressing their ideas on tho subject. It Is worth I noting that tho moro intelligent, howevergood Catholics thoy may be, are opposed to the In troduction of religion Into tho schools. Many ot the communications to the press contain commendatory allusions to the system of pub Ha Instruction in tbo United States, cltloc It as tho grandest in tho world. A bill pmvldlne for a rather Marge sum to be devoted to tbo church for educational pur poses has just been vetoed by Concross In the most emphatic manner. Tho heavy rains during the past month have swept awaysomo of tho llnest railway bridges, and wrought serious damage to tho now branch. It Is possible that completion of this line may bo delayed two or three months in I stead of being reached in September, as was hoped. Telegraphic advices from San Salvador In sist thnt the situation at that capital Is far less f erlnus than represented abroad. Gen. l-eta'e Cabinet Is compo-ed of Dr. Manuel Delgado, Minister of Foreign Affairs; Gen. lernnudo Flguoroa. Minister of the Interior: Gen. Benja min Molina Oulrola, Minister of Hacienda, Public Credit, War. and Jiavy. and Dr. J. V. Arrloln. Minister of Public Instruction. The Btory that the f-ecretaryof lorelcn Af fairs of Guatemala recently created u scandal by calling whllo Intoxicated upon tho Moienn Mlnlstor tothat republio Is now emphatically denied. Tho reports from Nicaragua nro very hope ful as to tho canal. Mr, Miller, tho President of the company, and Mr. Menocnl are dally o. pectod. Complaint Is mnde that thoGovorn inent will not permit anyone to build at tho new settlement of America. Mnny of tho em ployes havo wl-hed to put up poitahls dwell ings, but permission bolntc refused they hnvo been compolled to live out under tho trees. Tho now railway linns connecting with tho canal works are no.tring completion. All of tbeso will be of the greatest advantage to the country when the Intercontinental Halt way Is built. Tbo Costa Rica papers quolo considerable from the press nt the United .States In refer ence to this groat enterprise. It Is the opinion of a great many thnt tho Contrnl American Union will novor bo dollnltely realized until this railway Is actually beguu. The Hwedlsh Colnnle In Vermont. BUM.INQTON. Vt., July 23,-Gov, Dillingham and Commissioner of Immlcrntion Valontlno started on Monday to visit tho new Swedish colonies of the Htato, preparatory to roportlng to tbo Loglslaturo They aro to return to Bennington to-nlcht Tho fiwodlsh coloniza tion scheme has been a failure In one town only, Vershlre. Mr. Valentino had some mis givings about sending any colonists theie, as work was scarce, but he mado tho attempt. Ho now says that the laimerB und icoplo aio all right, but the colonists ilnd It ditllcult to obtain woik when they nro not employed on their lanns, mid mot of them have gouo to Lsbex county, where they can find work, pat- I tlculurly initio winter Kouf-on. At Wilmington he reports overvt1 lug moro than satlsfactoiy. j The Swollen nio delighted With tho nlacw and Soople. and the poople nre plo-isod with tho edes. AtHctonthe colony Is roported as i generally successful. Tho colonists llnd work I in the mills. They ur contented, nnd tho pen. i pie like them ns neighbors. In both liming ton and Weston they hnvo proved thomsehis Industrious farmers. On tbo whole, Commls. eloner Valontlno feels well satUtled with the situation. The Phononrnph Took It All. At the recent convention of phonograph com panies, bold In Chicago, the first practical test of the macblno as a substltuto for stonograpby was made. A verbatim report of the ontlro proceedings was easily taken. Several type writer transcriptions wore mads afterward. One of them bns just been sent to Thomas A. Edison. It Is In book form, and contains 40,000 words. The ropnrt was taken by nn ex stenographer, who used two mnoHlnca. Ho repented evorv word the speakers snld. As fast as be talked one roll full ho shifted to the Brcoml and Idled that whllo an assistant tire, pared the other for another dose. Tj-tt rolls were tnkon to number room and at once transcribed, forty rolls wero used. The ex periment proved n gratifying success. '1 hero aro some "o0 phonograph nlrendy In use In business offices In this city alono. nnd the number Is continually increasing. In tho west they have alroady Introduced thorn with a nlokel-ln-tho-elot attachment, for the umut-einont o( tho ceuornl public. Tho same thing will soon be Intioduced hero. Mlirdn- In Kni llm-lfori!. IUnTronn, July 23,-Frank Miner, a carpen ter, lived at the house ot Daniel Dryan In Last Hartford. Last night be hoard two men using profane language near bis gate. As they wero keeping every one awake ho requested them to move on. whereupon they became abusive and told him If he came out they would give hlra all he wanted. Miner stepped out on the sidewalk, and as bo did so one of the men drew n rovolvor and llred sevetal time. Ono of the shots struck M ner just above tho heart, and li fell to the eldownlk umrialiy wounded. He lied in a short time. .This mornlug Hazen Hellwnro and Tnomas H. Goldsn of Hartford wort airested. At the hearing Golden was discharged, as there uus no proof that ho had onvtblncto do with the shooting. JJellware was bound over to tho ctxttirmcf tbt Supe rior Court. i REORGANIZING THE TRUST. TUB SVOAIt DAJtriyS TltTISO TO COS1VLY VIM HIE LAW. A Salt Deittin In Klncn County to Wind tfp the Trust and Jllnnose or the Property for the Zlenellt orCerttflcnte Holder. The first formal steps wore taken yesterday toward a reorganization of tho Sugar Trust In compliance with tho rules ot the Slate as laid down by the Court ot Appeals. Itocnrdlng tho matter Mr, J. 11 Sonrlos, Jr., treasurer of tho trust, mndo tho followlngstntomontyostorday: "Invlowof tho decision ot tho Court of An ' peals In tho caso against tho North Blver bugar Iteflnlng Compnny, the truBtoes of the Sugar Trust (so called) find themselves tho local holders ot tho trust property, but without tho right furthor to administer the trust prop erty under tho deed of trust They have, thoreforo. to-day brought suit in Brooklyn In the namo of tho trustees, nsklng that they be nuthorlzod to wind up the trust nnd to dls poso ot tho proporty In their bands for the bonoflt of tho ccrtlllcato holders, who nro tho leal owners ot tho stock. This suit Is brought acnlnst tho corporations nnd ngntnst the cer tlflcato holders, thus affording an opportunity to all who are Intorestod to appoar In court and be heard. " Tbo suit hnsboen brought In Kings county because under the charters of the v.vrloUB t or poratlons In this htato tho principal oltlces of the ti list aro situated thero. It was thought tbat the salo of tho proporty would bo facil itated If tho action were brought In tho county whero the property was located. This action Is taken by tho trustoos because it Is the only thing they enn do. Thoy do not propose. In their otlloinl capacity, to accept any responsi bility In the matter of reorganization. Kaon trustee, however. Is Individually Interested as ncerllflcate holder, nnd euch recognises his moral responsibility as a trustee. They have tborolore appointed a commit tee with power to cooperate with othor stock holders tor the purpose of securing ns promptly as possible a new organization formed to protect tholr property. Tho pro posed plnn of action of this committee will ba announced In a day or two In a letter which they will Issuo to the stockholders." Since the decision of tho Court of Appeals tho trustees hnve been busv formulating a Plnn of action. They want to keop within tho law nnd think they can di aw up a plan which will bo In strict conformity with It. The Committee on Iteorcnnlzatlon ot the Trust consists of Messrs. Thco Havemeyor. Matheson. Steresbcrg. Soarles. and Thomas on tho part of tho trust, and Drnxel. Morgan ,t Co., bidder. Peabody & Co . and Kuhn, Loeb ,t Co.. and probably Prosldent Oleott of tho Cen trnl Trust Company. Stops looking townrd a reorganization Independent of tho trus tees or of many of thorn have beon talked ot bv tho ellonts of threo loading banking houses other tliau thnso nnmed above, but no definite notion nas Dcon tnken ny tnem, ana yosiorday tho client of ono of the houses, n trustee o tho Sugar Trust, distinctly withdrew from tho movement aud accepted a place on the regular committee. C'ounsoi for tho plnlntlffs mako thoso repre sentations: "Tho plaintiffs, as trustoos of the Sugar Trust, created under nn agreement executed In August, lr-87. hold monoys nnd othor prop erty for which thoy nre willing fully to account In this notion to tho holitors of certificates. IndorthodoclMon of the Court of Appeals in the ensa of tho North ltlvor Sugar ltollning Company, all tbo corporations subscribing to tho trust ngreoment mnv bo dissolved, nnd thus the purposes for which tho ngreomont was mndo and tho Bard of Trustees consti tuted havo failed. The legal rights of many persons ought to be ascertained nnd litiga tion nvolded. and the su-ranslon of tho f treat sugar roflnerlos through legal proceed ngs bv tho Attorney General ot tho Htato provonted. For.thoso roasons the plnlu tiffs do not think that In good conscleneo they ought to bo required to net under the trust agreement. Thov control the property which camo into their hands, and It is incapatde of actual partition, and tho Interosts of nil can bo settled nnd adjusted ordv by a sale ot , the property and n division of tho proceeds. I 'J his proporty largely consists of stiirnr ro- J fineries tools nnd mnchlnory, raw sugar, and sugar in process of manufacture the valtia ' thoreof depending on tho continuance of tho biislno-s it coss ition of vvhh h will cause groat and Irroparnblo Injury. Tbo roflnorlos produce a large pnrt of tho roflned aucnrcon-t-uuied In the L'nllod States, and any Interrup tion of their business will greatly docroase tho supply and mcre.iso the cost of refined sugar, and cause great loss anil Injury to the public. Mnny thousand men aro employed by tbo re flnorles. and the stoppage ot tho work will throw them out of employment and cause much sorrow nnd distress to them aud tbolr families. Tho plaintiffs demand judgment that tho agreement he rescinded or bo declarer! Inoper ative; tbat It may be declared that the plain tiffs are under no obligation to the parties to tho agreement or to tho holders of certificates Issued thereunder, to continue in tho dis charge of the trust thereby created or purporting to be created: that thero may bo a salo nnd conversion into monoy of the property now In the plaintiffs' bnnds which they have rocehod nnd now hold under tho agreement; thnt tho persons intorestod In the proceods of such salo and In tho moneys now In plaintiffs' hands may bo ascertained: that all such persons, and partic ularly the holders of certificates bo requlrod to nst-er' their rl .hts and claims lu this action, nnd be enjoined from Instituting or prosecut ing nnv other nctlon in that I ehalf- that upon ncoountlne for tho monevs nnd property re maining in U hands of tho plaintiff'' nnd pav ing tho same to the persons entitled thereto, tho plaln'ins mny bo relea-ed and discharged from nil liability In tho promises under the ngreemont and the certificates Issued In pur suance theteof, nnd that tho plaintiffs mny have such other relief as may be just and equitable." TOHXADO JV MiyXI'.SOTA. The Itnlldlnga or Three Farmer. Iterant. Ished und He.ernt People Killed or Hurt, MAr.snvix. Minn., July 23. At fii.lO P. SL yesterday a black cloud, resembling a great serpent, reached downward from tho dense black masses of storm clouds that had formed during tho afternoon, nnd moving In n south easterly direction, demollshod tho buildings of threo fai mors living nino miles northwest of here. A child of Felix Denrenu had Itt Inir brokon. Another had Its beud crushed and riled during the nlclr. Mrs. Donreau was seri ously brulxod. Mrs. A. X. Opdnhl nnd child wore blown on to a wire fonco and herlously hurt. Two of Opdahl's horso- vore carried from the barn to n pasture without Injury. The rltreet I.latit Problem Purity ISolrrd. Tho Gas Commission met In tho JIayor's of fice yesterday and formulated a plan of com promise in tbolr controversy with tbeoloctrlo llchtlnc companies over the price of street Illu mination. The bids mado by the companion for this year's work ntimod In tho nggrogato an increase over last oar's price, but B27 out of tho 817 Btioet lights wero bid for nt Inst year's figures -85 cents n light. Tl'ose bids wero neenptod yesterlny nnd Commissioner Gllroy was nuihonod to grnpplo with the problem of reducing the numbor of other lights, or getting a reduction of price, nr In some way coning tho approprlntl n nud the cost o( the lighting down to even tnnns. Superintendent McCormlck or the Bureau of Lamps nnd Gas was instiucteil to confer with the Park Commissioners in relation to tho lighting of Htuyvesant Park. Manager John J. Moore of tho Fast Blver Electric Lighting Compnny sont a letter to tho Commission, ns sertlng most positively thnt no profit couid bo derived from street llghtlus nt the prices named In the bids. Arreatrd on Ills Return from Europe, Churned with am Allrmpt ut Uurder, WATEnnnnT, July 23. Thomas Carson re turned to this city early this morning from a trip to England and was at once locked up, charged with attempting to murder Peter Bor gan. The alleged attemptwas made on Christ mas eve. Borgnn and Lovl La Plant were walking along Union street nt an early hour In tho morning nnd had just readied the corner pr l'.lm street when a man armed with n double barreled fhotuuu Bteiqed fiom behind a tree. took dellbeinto aim. nnd llred tho contents of one or the barrels at Itorgnn. A few olthoshot entered the -ldo f Iiorcm's head but hn wns not seriously Injured, '1 bo assailant e-caped In the darkness. Suspicion pointed toward Carson as thevvould.be murderer, tienrch was mndo fop him, but it was found thnt he had gone to I.urope, Ho srrlvod at Castle Garden yesterday morning and cume homo last night, only to bonncsted. Ho was on a spree at tho time the shooting was done. Policeman Mnlonry's Excuse. Policeman Thomas Maloney of tbe West Thirty-seventh street station wns on trial be fore Commissioner MacLean yestordayon the charge of conduct uubecomlnc an officer. Charles Monroe who keeps a barber shop at 010 West Thirty-eighth street, said thnt Into on the nluht nt July 10 he viae f-elzed with cramps. Ho sont a uoy to brine Dr. Hwvor. and Mnlonev caiuo lu with John Oallaahor. whom ho In roduced ns Dr. Dwyer, and naked Monroo If hn hadn't a dollar for tlio doctor. Maloney testillod that lie heurd that Monroe bad taken poison und weut Into the barber Bbopto learn particulars. He denied that he represented Gallagher as a doctor aud tbat lie asked money for bis rervlces. Gallagher said that be visited the harbor shop to see what tbe excitement wns about, Deoisloa was rojerrod. s " TUB B AIT TELLE TRAGEDY. Ina TVnnte tn Reennrer the Preperty to Hie Mother to R.l Money. Boston, July 23. A now phase ot the Baw tolle murder case came to the surface to-day. Isaao Sawtello, who Is In jail In Dovor, N. II.. awaiting trlnl on the charge ot murdering his brotheri wants to raise some monoy for the ex pense ot his trial, and the only war ho can do that Is to roconvoy to bis mother the proporty which was tho bono ot contention betweon the two brothors, and whloh Is said to have been tho cnuso of the horrible murder. Tho proporty stood In Ieaso's name, but fllram had obtained an Injunction against Its dis posal by Isaac. This morning Lawyer William C, Williamson askod Judge Staples of tho Su perior Court to issue a decroo that will ennblo Isaao to reconvoy tho property to his mothor. Lawyer Williamson oxplalned tho cne: " Sawtello Is willing to convoy tho property on condition that $530 be raid him fnr use In his dotonco. HIb mothor hat no means of raising this sum, nnd Augustus ltuss has kindly con i sontod to advanco the monoy and tnke the con i voyanros directly from Sawtello to.hlmsolf In trust for the mother, subject to the ropavmont to him of tho money nmlotboroxponses. An agreement hns beon cntored Into and signed or Allen. Lone A Hemonway. counsel for tho defendant, and 1 hnvo also nn Instrument exe cuted by Snntallo hlniFolf under soal.datod July 11, assenting to tbo transaction. Wo ak to amend our bill, nnd that your Honor will Issue n docree. which Is agreed to by all ot us as . well nn by Sawtelle's New Hampshire counsel." Judgo Stanlrs said ho didn't think thnt tho records of tbe com t should be made to con tain any referenco to the meant of raisins a fund todefond a man charged with crime. "I don't say this." snld ho. "with reference to Hawtolle ospeolally, for I should say the same thine If tho purpo-o was to raise money to do fend a man charged with assault and batterr, Mr. Williamson argued tbe question with the Judge for noarly half an hour, deolarlng in at mo courts tnton was in too interest ot humanity, and that all the pnrtles believed tbatovery man wns entitlod to a defence and to means of raising monoy for such purpose: that Mrs. Sawtello was in a feeble stato of mind, but that It wns believed tbat If ehe was llko mot mothers tho courts which ho had taken as ber counsel would be the ono which she would follow; thnt sho would wish hereon to have n fair chance to defend him self, and to holp him If she bad tho moans. Slnco the stilt was brought a creditor of Isaao has attached tho proporty. and It was desired that a dooree should bo granted becnuso It would out off tbo ntta'hmont and protoct Mr. Buss In his bonevolent purpose, as well ns mako the mother's title good. Ho also stated that a deed had already been executed bv Saw tello to Mr. ltuss. containing a declaration ot trust In favor of the mother. In anticipation of; tho Court's ratifying tho agreement by n decree .Tudgo Staplos said that It wan't always safo to assume thai tho Court would always carry out whatever parties agreed to: that he appre ciated the humane mollvo of the gentleman, but thought thnt tho purposo for which tho monev wns to bo raised was just nB much out side of the caso ns If tho object had been to eot Sawtolle up In tho grnln business. Ho was willing, however, tn issuo a decree In nccord- i nnco with the original prayer of tho bill nnme ly, that awtello.should convey to his mother. Mr. Williamson nocepted tbo Couit's sugges tion, nnd n decree will be made ns soon as the consont o! all panics can be socurod. fUE.SIDHf, T IIAIUUSOWS CUAStl'IOX. The Caricaturist Very Like n IJj-nomlter In the Opinion or Air. Rnltou. Mr. William H. Bnllou writes to The Bur? re peating his comrilatnt nralnst the. ntthlte ex. hlbltlou of cartoons of President Harrison. "Every American who loves IiIb home nnd his family." Mr. Ballou remarks, " knows tbat tho security of those is solely dopendout on tbo fact that wo hnvo n Presidential chair, and I whoovor may fill it stands to represent the j basis of tbat security. Destroy the chair and i tho home must fall. Is thoro another nntlon on oarth which would quietly submit to so much as u derogatory remark concerning Its Executlvo hend. to say nothing of vilely carica turing it .' What n spectacle tor our boys nnd girl to wltnoi-s. from which to draw their flrt lessons In patriotism, to formulato their Ideas of government by tho people." Mr. llallou also pncloses a copy of tho corre spondence which ho has justhnd with Attot-ney-Gcneral Miller. Mr Miller informed Mr. Bnllou that he bad no knowledge of any statute forbidding the display of pictures of tho l'rosl dent for advertising purposes. To this Mr. Ballou replied: "Wbynot have a law iramed and hurried through, making It a misdemeanor to represent the President and member- of bis family In any way In advertisements without permission, and placing tho penalty at not less than 5.UOO." SMSDLEl) BY AfKlf YOItKBBS. Calirorntn 'Wine Dealers Hny They Cannot Oct JUoney tor Ooode Forwarded. San FsANasco, Cal . July 23. Tho Chronicle says tbat recent investigations made by sev eral prominent wine dealers Id this city have led them tobeltovo they havo beon victimized by Italian and Greok firms in New York. Sev eral of theso firms are said to be simply the same concern. Dealers hero have been re ceiving orders from New York for largo amounts of wine, and the firms usod as refer ences nro nsserted to bo mombets of the clique. Seveial dealers bore mado shipments as requested and never recelvod a cent In re turn. An Investigation followed the recont rocelpt ot an order lor a quantity of wine and brnndy from W. F. Gorlnl A Co.. 11G Tearl street. N'Wl ork. The retorenco glvon In this case was Edward H. Calcagul, 40 Broad t-treet. New York. Tbe agent of the firm In this city, by whom tho order wn received investigated the matter und reported tbat Gorlnl A Co. had nt other times gone under the namo of tbo Wost Indln Company, .1. B. Pastoro A Co. Ca' i cacul was rororted In the snms category, having gone under tbo name ol S. Menesl A Co. Ho nlso reported tho exlstenco of a ring In New York engngod In these transactions. Ono C hnrlcs llnrsottl takes tbo bills of lading received by those alleged firms, sells the goods lu the mnrkot, nnd settles with his principals, nnd tho Bhiopors novor recolvo anything. Nono of tho nnmoB of tho alleged New Y'ork firms above mentioned can bo found in the dlrootory. Aleettnc of Catholic Arehblahops, Boston, July 23,-Tha Catholio Archblsbons of the United States assembled for their annual meeting to-day In St. John's Seminary at Brighton, Among tbe prelates present aro tho following: Archolshop llyan of Philadel phia. Kenrock of St Louis, Teehun of Chicago, Elder of Cincinnati, Ireland of St. Paul, Jnnnsons of Now Orleans. Bloro'nn of Han I Finnclfcn, Gross of Oregon, Williams of tho New l.uglnnd heo, and Cardinal tllldtins. Tha latter will preside over tho dellb 'rations, j Archbishop Corrlgan or New York Is absent, having gono abroad. Milwaukee will pot be represented, as tho puceesor of Archbishop Helps, who died a short tlmo ago, has not yet been chosen, A meeting of the Senate of the Catholio Uni versity of Washington will be held this woek, probably to-morrow, at St. John's Seminary. The meeting will bo strictly private. Brooklyn Property A.aea.ed at Nearly Haifa Billion. The assessed valuation of real estate In Brooklyn this year, for purposes ot taxation. Is $131,027,414. an Increase ot t23.874.S09 over last year. The valuation of personal property is21,84C,607, an increase of 1510.261. In all tho twenty-six wards, with the exoeptloDOf tho Second. Sixth, and Twentieth, tbere Is an In creaso In the value of real estate, the greatest advanco being in the Twenty-second. Eigh teenth, and Twenty-fifth. The net Increase In real nnd nor-onal property Is $24,3911,570, ' he outlook for a slight decrease In the tax rnto this year Is considered favorable, as Mayor 'hnpln and tbo other members of tno Honrd of Estimate h ivo worked hard to prune down the annual appropriations. A I'nrk lor the Ninth Ward, Comptroller Myers, Commissioner Gllroy, aud President Arnold, ns a committee of tbo Board ot Street Opening and Improvement, yesterday drove up to look at the rlv al sites for small parks that are advocated by the people of the Ninth ward on the one hand and Trinity corporation on the other. They conolnded unanimously that the graveyard plot at Hud son. IrfJioy, und Clurkron streets was tlio best nnd least expensive site. They so reportod to tbo Board subsequently, nnd tbe report vvns accepted. Col. (Tugpraavo notice that the taking of this plot will be vigorously opposed by the Tr.nlty corporation, as half ot It was formerly uted as u burying ground, and they object to disturbing tbe remnlns. He Mold fllo Tolled lor tho Vanderbllla. Ban FitANnsco, July 23. Information has been received here that William Kye, who re contly I disappeared from Oakland, died at Bis Springs to-day. Kye's real namo wns Glegenmeyer. und ho came fiom Utlca. N. w'l.ofe. bis mother still lives, He came to Oakland some months aso nn I repre-eiiiod hlmseli bb an agent of the anderhllts for rail road bulldiDg purposes. Ho obtained large credit for board, material, and labor. After maklngsurvsr mar this city ha suddenly r ladies mm And eertcl.t. the vain, of oo1 pareltntmrt and wiii.a. mey alto anrr.cl.f. the fact that w. tiavaop.ned nitor. rnrtliflr f.r.cial accommot.tlnn a win. mora whr. all dla arr..ail.eontaet.anilob).cilenatil. f.atar.i re none away with. A .lor. that non. nc.il titillate to vuit-ihere ti no bar and nn drink tn on the preml.i our prices, too. art ylthln the ci.ana of all. vv hi.key rrom U to U pariral 1 .manor nuantltlta In proportion. Fin. el.canteetwinatfl nrr fl fort and aherrx atfam. rrl. e. rur. Tnkar, Wrier rat. A trial will ronvlnra you that what we say Ii cerrrct. Thua goods are ttto purt and be.t on lb. market, and no r.mllr .hould te without a .ooply. CL'HIIISU PROCESS ro. MS Broadway, bet 13th. and 1'th ita. Special attention te mall orders. Send for price list. EXPLOMOX AT lllli a AS WOUKS. One Man Fatnlly limned, and the Flreaaen Have a llurd lob. A mysterious explosion that cost ono man his lire nnd started a tiro tbat kept tho firemen busy fighting flames for over two hours 00. curred at 4 o'clock yesterday morning in tho pump house In the big yard of tho Consoli dated Gas Works, on Avonuo A. botwoon Twonty-first nnd Twenty-second streets. Tho pump house Is a two-story brick building near tho onstorn end of tho yard, which extends from Avonuo A to tho river front, nnd held a big naphtha supply tank that Is connected with a group of twelve naphtha tanks that are burled undor ground. Tho tank was set upon an iron trestle work on tho brick bouse, and was divided into two compartmonts by a cen tral Dartltlon of Iron. Tho tnnk hns a capacity ot 6,000 gallons and Is ued as n storage tank for naphtha that Is Intendod for Immediate use in tho mnnufactura of gas. Thore vvero bo tweed 4.0tK) and 5.000 gallons of the fluid In both compartments whon tbo oxplo-lon oo ourred. Workmen rushed to tho pump house nnd found J am os Devoo. tho pump fonder, blng on tho ground outside the houso Insonslblo. Ho was horribly burned about the body and logs. 1 A fellow workman named Keefe was also burned by Mamos that had boon blown against blmifrom the Llgnnphthn tank. It was all ablaze wbon tho workmen got there. The night wntchman sont out nn alarm an Instant attor tho explosion, aud It brought a crowd of flro engines to tho gas works and woke up all tbo tonnnts In tho nest or teno mont houses that surround tho works. Afire boot enmo up tho river and throw big strenms upon the rump house. Tbe wator forced the naphtha upward In tho tank, and it finally burned out at last, leaving the tanks full of water. The llroinen kept tho flntnos practical ly confined to tho brick house. A wooden shed nnd a fence wore tbo only things beMdosthooli that were consumed. Tho damage was about $3t)0 only. Dovop died at Bollovuo Hospital at 7 o'clock yostonlay. Tho surgeons found that his leg wns broken. Ho was married, and supportod a will on oil mother and a sick brother. His wife and twelvo-yoar-old son had not lived with him 1 for years. Ho had been pump lender at tho works for ton yenrs. Tbe officials nf tho gas works mado nn Investigation yestcrdar to dls cover tho cause of tho explosion, but they do clnred that tbey could not solvo tho puzzlo. Thoro was a flro nt tbe street cleaning dump pnTuosday afternoon that is belloved to havo boon started hy some boys. Tho dump Is out side the gas works yard, und It Is not regarded ns possible that It could have had anv corinoe tlon with tho explosion. Supterlntendent Pope said that tho naphtha tnnk was not much dam aged, nnd would bo In uso again last night. JtXECCTED HALF II IS TUBE AT. Fortunately He Killed Himself nnd Not Ills Wife. Martin Eornkcssol, a German cigar packer, aged S2 years, who had been working in this city fornlnetoen yenrs nnd enrnod good wngos when ho kept sober, startod on a spree a fort night ngo nnd abandoned his work. Ho had done tho sumo thing many times In tho last fovv years. Ho pawnod overythlng ho owned to cot liquor, nud when It wns all spent he wont to his wife for moro. Sho Is janltro.ssof the Children's Aid Socloty School in Enst Nineteenth streot, an 1 Hvo3 at 403 East Nine teenth street, directly orroslte. Sho has been compelled to support herself and hor seven children for many months, nnd sho refused to give her husband any monoy. Ho threatened to kill her and tho children U sho persisted in her refusal, but the threat had no efleot upon ner. Bornkos-el had mude the snmo threat very often within the past few days. The cigar rmckercnt mnnnv rrr.m nnmaW. else yosterday morning anil spent soma of It for a choap vl-onllbio revolver and a box of cartridges. Ho loaded tbo pistol and went to tho East Twenty-second street station house and told a polloemnn there that he was going to kill himself and his family, lie was under tho lufluoi.oe of drink at tho time, nnd no heed was paid to his ln oheront talk. Ho had I een known to tbe police fur about five years as a worthless fellow. Ho got mote drink. , Two hours later ho knocked ontbodnorat his wife's home. .Mrs. iiornkussel bad just re turned from n trip to tlio country with a num ber of tha children who attend the school, and sho sent her son to answer tho knm k. When tho lad saw his father with a revolver in his hand he slammed the door In his fare aud ran back In alarm to his mother. Bornko-Hel put the revolver to his head tbe same Instant and fired. Tho bullet entered his train, nnd ho fell dead Instantly. '1 ho body lay whore It fell for sevorul hours until a Coroner arrived. Fishermen Hide, Uont Mlaelns. The yosnir men who avid they oompnm! the Mldnlfht FUhlnrClnb of Hi city, and ho hired the sailboat Beauty of Hlrhard L'l-lch, a Kesork haj boat owner last Sunday, said they ere golnrf to tall down the bay and would return la the evening, have not returned the boat yet A roan was sen yoiterdy toS4 ilreen wlch street where one of the party loid I IN hhellve.t and avoman there said that tbe youu men had re turned home on Tussday mornluir Tbey w ,, painters aud tn okmen, she said ehf dtil not knew what h td become uf th. host and couldn't tell where any r.f the members o( the Midnight Fiih'nc Club could b tumid. .Srlrrt JJoanl. AHNO. southeast corner usth st and rtrnadway. Fe'ect family hotel, American and Kuropeau plan; central location, retirement lo all placet of amuse ment; terms. Jl and f J per da). A-iofTMERM- ns'-A eumrae7lnXeVvorkraoi rooms, superior board and attendant. Ivi and UM Weiti.'d et. CLINTON PLArETsi-near" Broadwarl-F arge de alrable, cool room., with or without boaru. eas. running water CIIAmYfri.aIN hoti- L M ifasi mh at. beard and table board rarexcetience, rates moderate. rU'llMSMEI) APARTMENTS and room for married X and slnrle peopte always on boot., time and fitre fatigue, shot leather, and vexation saved by examining Phil Ins'. Hoarding House and Loom Register, -'iw West II tli st. 1JM.NK ItoriMS and good bord" at 81 SO and i a weel ' Private house, i'j rhnstlo st 9 Til ST.. M HAST-Klegautly fornhedroorrooms bath, superior board and table board, terms moder ate. IJTII RT. 2JT.rin VVEST.-Handsnme coot rooms. x with or without board, boutbernera accommo dated innnor prteos UTII ST SU VVEhT.-I.arge rooms, singly or en suit., also small rooms excellent board. OOH ST. HBWIHT.-lTarg. and small rooms. han.V- .om.ly rurntsbed. singly or.nstitte all ronr.n lentei. board optional, permanent or transient. OOfST. 16 BAST, near Hroadway-I arge and small cool room; superior board, terms moderate ref. erencrs. OOO "., . WFRTNlcelrlu7nLhtah3Uroom7vvltn A,. board, forgentlemao OtlB 8T..838 WKBT (near I. station) -Large "second ' and third story front, alto small rooms, all con y.ni.ncst; summer price., Southerners soucll.d. QQD ST.. Sjis"wEST.-I.arg. pleasanTrooroe, slnTir or en snltei also small rooms, excellent board! transient, solicited ' 0'APfiT.,3 Ka'bt -Desirable large and small cool o rooms lolel tramletiilr. aic.ll.nt board and at tendant.. 9TI.' "? 3M WEST-Lmrge"well furnished roomi AU singly or en suite gentlemen or families, also small rooms, table hoard 0(V" T.rl VVI.ST-Very de.irrbiedouhwTand t single rooms at summer price., with superior OOTlt ST-M' EART.funel.anddoublerooma newly furnished, with all improvements, geuts ti, la dles til table board $.t, early breakfast OQTlf ST.TlS EAST -Very deslrabta roVmTT.iceT. A.a7erjt board, transient, accommodat.d, location central, terms very reason a b e, 9QT".BT I!" EAST -Newirandhai7dsome"lr fur jfaK'nlsbsd rooms, with tint clan board, also labia board. Of ST 8T ad WEST -Large, handsomely furnished tfX roorasj half price during summer, iztj, to, also board. ' Q ST RT, s WKBT-Large, hardsomeIr-furn7shed J i. rooms, halt price during sjmmtr. Hoo, t-5, also board 3. ID AT. SSI WEST -OomfoTubi. airy room, with "food board convenient neighborhood! gentle men, t& ladles, M. QOn bT, 340 WERT.-I ar.e an I small rcroa win, ..,& board! all accommodations, gentlemen, ta, ladles, It i oall all week. QOD RT. IS ANDMVVEfiTnonina7rarge'7nTelnatT -- suntrior table, summer rates, reler.nces ex changed 30PBT,4II WKfT -.rurnlsh.d rooms to t'. with or without board, terms moderate. QJTII RT. 2.V4 WEbT -Large squsre"blgircelllng, 01 light, airy rioma finely furnished "lib excel, lent board And attendance, Sua batb) rates are very QITII ST.. 37 WEST. nandaomsly furnished pleat ol Mlmmi taWibtardirelersacimcBaiigel, -w. vr-ew5stowwga,r. ,. , tfrmr ii la. aartfaai , $tttt rSonrd. QTTI ST, SS4 WERT Large cool, light, airy roomsi O tin. Ir tarnished, excellent board' line bath tint and cold water In all the rooms ot this hus.i tates are very low for summer 4TrfRT 14 RARTron.bloclTfrom llrn'adw'fiy'rbr". Orttwe.n 5th and Msdtsnn ay. Handsomely fur pished room, with or without board. QfiTII RT, 7 VVKRT. Ton floor, suitable for lives UU joutii num rear parlor for physictant other rooms. QQTH RT 203 WL8T. near Kroadwsv Large cool OO front, running water, nmpte olosetsi atso bark ration ki convenience.) excellent board, optional; able board. A 1ST RT, C4t BART, Small room; also large, nesly 11 furnished! bath, gat; excellent board i ladles, (J 60, gentlemen, tA 4fITII RT 4SI WEST Two respectable yonng men titobnardi S3 weeklyi bath; homelike; ring 111 T LtiR'S bell yf fiTII RT.,n37 WERT Mcely fnrnlshed rooms en f suite or singly, with board; private American family; A Km RT.. I(U WEST -Elegantly furnished rooms, H large and small: with breakfast it desired. 4RTII ST., IS WERT. Handsomely fnrnlshed room U tolet. excellent board terms moderate A KTIt RT., list nAhfFurntshed rooms, with or with fasj out board; bath running water in room. K)t BTTsis EAST-Nlcely furnished rooms, with o board, at reasonable prices. KsidTrt. 4ln EARTFrnnt'halt room with good UO board early breakfast; til table board J ill V7T" RT, S48 EAST. Large and small rooms, alo tl parlor; doctor or couple, with or without board, running waten KQTII RT, re EAST, corner Madison ar. rteAned t-JO French family; large alcore room, atso hall room excellent tablei references KQTIt ST., niSF.A8T(nEAN).-Nlcetyfu7nlshed rooms"! eJO orst-class tablet w Ith washing and mending, ta to t io f(S)D HT.. IBS BART. Nieelr furnished mom. for on. vlw or couple with or without board; transient, ac commodated: reference. rjOTH RT.. 34S EAST. Rooms and good boardt bath ! running water' also table board, air. L hf PI, Lit. QJT1I ST.. no EAST. Two connecting nicely fur Ci nlsh.d room, for single man or family with or without boird rtrTt gonvd grooftlp MAOON RT. 4BT. title ar. station -fooms with board for gentlemen; private family, termed ISO PINEAPPLE RT. nve minutes from the bridge lt Rooms to let with or wlihont board. f iimlsheit JjRooma viinrtmctttu tCo gTct CLt.NTON PLACE, SI. near Broadway -Hall and large rooms, all conveniences, by day or week, summer prlrea. CSLIMON TLACE. SB. near Broadway Large and tmatl cool nicely furnished rooms, bath, gaa, clot eta, ll.AOup. COTTAGE HODRE. 10 Lr.fayetta place -Coot and ahady rooms, reasonable, board optlooal. ELEOA.VTLV yURNIFIIKD connecting ronnishot and cold running water, gas, bath. An.. .' w.-ekly, alsoothera )1ME DLTO.sT. bl i uth ar.. second Hat. EASTERN' ndltLCVAilll. 1.0t b7n een .7ttl"and 5-th ets Hall room, with use or piano in parlor, teacher or gentleman FURNISH! D FLT, fire room, and" bath complete for housekeeping: all modern lmprorements, to perinaueal partv rensonable HOW AHD. J75 West .ISth st . first flat. LAROE FRONT ROOVI private house, opposite Chel sea iiuare. board optional; terms reasonable. 440 v est 20th at NICELY PURNI8IIEI) IRO.ST ROOM accommoda tlona. 417 L. Both St., erst t'oor, MRS UEhUAN, terme moderate. IJHOSHrCT I'LAcr. r, between 421 and 43d sta, east or Jd av. Two large rooms, en suite or singly. 1ST ST.. 14 EAST. Newly furnished room ti upward house newly papered aud painted throughout, first class order 4 Til RT. B.V WEST facing Washington square. Largo front room, furnished, for housekeeping or geuUe men. rent ta. 4 Til ST, at EAST. Large room for light housekeep ing, also email rooms, cool and nicely furnished. 4TlfRT.. rs F.ABTSmatl nnd IsrgVwelf furnished rooms, also room for light bousekeeplng 9TII ST. "4 EAST Furnished rooms, ti un. basement for housekeeping. t3.:u, central location. Ifyril ST. 1 10 EAST Hall rooms, also large, square. IS dcslrab.e, cool rooms, running water, summer prices. HT 1 1 RT I iWv. V RT -Large.- cooTT well furnished front and back room, running water, large closets, gentlemen. Y,iTiTRT, 202 EART virs n7itearn'abll, third JIO floor, Small and large front llgul rooms, nicely furnished. Q I ST ST.. 4Wp7t npposlti Park.-lArge front m. room, running water ample closets, privilege light housekeeping, $3.50 weekly QQD ST 412 WFRT.-Large nicely fnrnlshed room; A.O atso smaU room, all conveniences, summer prices. QQD ST . 2l VVKST.iTarg. and"" ."mall rooms nicely ifcO fnrnlsh.d; terms moderate. i) A TH BT, 247 WERT. Large newlr furnished rooms, ifcVl singly or en suite, all conveniences; also amatl room, transients accommodated. Q.4TII ST.. 53 WEST. Handsomely furnished rooms; M.-a folding beds, hot and cold water, bath, S2.00 up, summer prices Q 4T1I RT. 119 r.ARTilandsnme large and small ,- second and third story rooms; trantient, refer ences OJTII RT. 23 W tbT.-Nlcel j furnished rooms to let, OTII ST. 220 WEST Large cheerfnl rooms I25Q 1M, andtJ-.'O weskly, gentlemen only QeyTII ST.. B7 WET tlandsoraely "furnished, cool I 1 square rooms, near L station, t2 up, gentlemen I only. 4Tn 6T, 223 WEST. Mcely furnished small or large square rooms; running water; best attendance. 0,4 Til RT. na WEST, near Broadway. Handsomely (J fnrnlshed room, ror gentlemen JTII ST. 2Jt EART tbreebeUe -Front nicely fu7 eJU nlshedroou toleL OQTII BT 207 WEST, near Broad"wny -LargeTnici'y eJt-7 furnished, alt iinprovements. house newly reno vatel a'so small rooms, private family, terms mud erate. IflTIl ST. IJ4 EtSTTnear OraiitTcentral Depot aiid iv Murray lull Hotel. Single and double rooms, run nlng water gaa bitti also a hall room. ACW RT' Mr i:AST.-I.arge"" room for light housT iv t keeping: a'so -mall room.. 4.4TH ST. 04 VVFSTLarge p'easant cool rooms. x singly or ensult.. alao sma.l rooms, permauent or transient, summer prices. 4KT1I ST. 104 VVE8T.-Flegl7"flshedr0oms! 1U large and smalt with breakiast If desired. ROD HT. 141 KAST.-Larre and small room, alfcon--e- venletice. cheap price, summer month.. K7TII RT. BOO EAST.-llall room hnlh. closets, also large, cool, front room; running water, half prices. l4 K7TII ST. '.07 KAKT.-Cool. nicely furnished hall t I room: running water, cloeets bvlh. f.' weekly. KQTII KT.St7KART.-Mcely furnished rooms single -L7 and double, first ctais board, day or week. tahl. board. KQTH ST, 47 EASTTargeTcoot. neVly furnlhet . rooms, bath, gas prtvHto family summer rrlces. n(Tl tT. 2W hAST.-Large andsmairiTewlrTur. vJ nlshed rooms; also back parhr. hot and cold water. OftTIIRT.SOS EAST. Rack parlor, comfortably fur. " ntthedi suitable two geutlemen; with board, fi each 7QTI1 .ST. 417 EART (ground floor) -Lady living 7 alone has two furnlelied roou-s uli Improvements, fur respectable ladfos, CfsTH RT 42J EART-Nlcol)rfurnlhsd room orfrmT uv larlori suitable for two; cheap price, rciereneea. bThl.M OfJTH RT.422 Ea"rt. Fpp's "bell -Front parlor and VJV connecting bedroom, suitable for t 0. 54 lntis and gipartmcntci ITa Trt. AT THE FOLLOWINH HOl'RER. careful y managed by one owner, vacancies may at limes be found worthy of the inspection ef respectab'e tnu Iss. IM hast SOthst 6 to 7 rooma, bathatirlvaio halls '. tsitotia 153 Past RNth st , a rooma barha. private halls n to s-l 2ts 1 ast S7tb L, I room, and baths 22 to 23 217 East S7th st , 4 room. u to 17 I.77J 1st av.o rooms, private halls. mtu 20 Apply to Jaiiitora. day or evening. RENTS FROM $7.50TO$iT Two. three, four, and Ave room apartments, with Ira TWWL .l, ?""" in the new block. lull r. Uthando-Jthsts. Inquire at the otv.se or JOHN HVCU., l.o.'Vts JotU ar.. Iletrreen UOlh send 07h ate. ARECOND ILOOR aod part of third floorer a private house with owner, to rent to a small family i.f adti is ror tin a nimth; flue neighborhood aud near elevated roads. 40Puaskst. Brooklyn APAKTHENT8 Three and four elegant roomsTell ,, light, who Itnrrovem.ntej cheap rent 24" East One Hundred and Tweiuy.flitli st. AV II. I OM S E"cor'B4ih"7t7rrTats farlnTTarkT tnJ plenty watarj 0 rooms) all ImproviiuiSu, $17 .TroTO?;?:.; Elull'nX.JJl?!' -" 'mi ""menu d.corateil, -4 steaut beaial, ie , n.ar 1. ststinn rents ih miii IU7 and 101 VV e.f luvin st. bmall fan" lie.'o'l l ' rLEUANT FLATS, all Jmyroveinenls, steam healed l.VVC.-.,i?i;iSl,l,l'','1"e" on"'' ""' M "ncl i2La?J.p5!lIJn,"IEN"nd4roo'm"i J f 6 1 to fl I . u 037 2d ar , near 105th st station: FLr,AJif.l!,D.uAl'A.BT'M1iNT? n'nlsbsd and fuT a. nlslied. in all parts of th. city. IOLSOM HliUTHEHH,BJ4liroadwav, Dr ntn lt "pi-fT" TO- I.LT-II2. f fi, 'tifli "The llarlon't" V choicest rooms, rem frte until Aug I ""wat JASitrfs m iterr su. flrooklrn. rvv.?Tia,ir.aacasvd,':' ' T ftWSMWsy lJAwJkMjNp rflntrj mtd pnmfnta ITo sCtt. ; IN NEW Ho't'sER, Just flntshed. 44B tn 4JJ West J9ih I st three and 4 rooms, light ant airy, tli 10 1171 1 small and select families onlj 1 Janitor ' 1 1 onniTAro. -M st and ith ar. I ONn'MONTH'R RENT PRIIE-I at. 7 rooms bath" I and all Improvements! rents t.'O, upnard, (la i Last sjil St. ' jl ORETTIFST mtle apartment house rightTn town 77. AD I block from lirnaiiwny. two short Mocks trmn 1, HI station haml) to tiuslnCiS tneitr or church strest II cars toeverywherei seven prettv tooiusaiid bath rent II from HO. Apply to Janitor, ine Albion 1 Hest44ih st. H rpo LET Elegant upirlinents, witli a'T tmpruve. X ments ofthree four, an I live rnoms vtnt2and J14 I Broome st., and of three rooms at .31 Last luth at. In. quire of Janitors. 1 vi I.i T rirgant flaTs, with all the latest Improve mentsi dining nnd servants' room rents til and upward 111 ranHMhet. aV LET Megant flat, or dee rooms with Improve mnts 27ii West lllli St.. Inquire Janitor avo I ET Parlor floor and basement. .:ti East .sdst.t all Improvements; .unable ror a doctor. 2I1 AV, l.oio, KKAR .ViDRT-Apartrunt Sroema" light, and In good order, bath gaa. rent, til. JO Ll'RDV ST. l'legantnewalncle flats fuurTarg Ji light rooms, all Improvements, t-v." to iii. An plv to Janitor ' lsrlT".fT -"OV EAST -Housekeeper Vsr7inents.s flvandtrooms. all light and Imprtivemeiits, tltotia, 8,-JI) RT, 52 I'VST-New flats S large, light ronmit' hath, all Improvements, ;.d tloor. tls. Arcir 1 owner. ' OOD RT. .112 EARlVFIrsl floor, r, rooms Tnd bith. all I 06 Improvements newly renovated t2'i &QD RT. 40 hART. Third Pat, Ave rooms "and Tnv W 'J proveinenta tl7, haSLment, three light rooms, ts. fl QQD RT., .Iin EAST New flats third and fourth. Ave 1 uu rooini. Improvements, rent t5 aud tlu. H &JD RT. MO EAST Cold water Pat. 5 rooms and ll t Improvements: owner on premises l &! RT 441 EART-Feeond flat, 4 rooms, and all I 1 t Improvements rent tin. H J Q,4TII RT, nil KAST-I'legant (lata: rflvs rooms ail i 04 bath, all Improvements, rental tls to $ju I 0,4th RT.. .'.Oi EART New. first flat, 5 roomT hoi 1 O and cold wal.r; rent $17 I 'j 8riTlI BT. 42s EART. Par'or floor and basement, s 1 a tf noun; bath, imirovementt, only three families: a rent t-' j ' AC IlENP.r RT"nrooklyn Heights, thr.e'mlntites Us 1 tO Bridge Two rooms, tl.50and S3, table hoard flA If QTII 8TT.-340"Tsn 313 EARTNew "flataT deooT I 1 17 rated. 0 rooms, nil Improvements brown B stone, prlvato blork. (2.1 up H -TIli?7' I fgK JERe. JOHNSON. JR.'S FLAQ 1 rS PROTECTED BY DECISION trWiStVw 0F SUPREME COURT, aMjrSPSj. N0V "t IBM, i JREtsvwx H J CCMT IMITATE FLAgT1" Si DON'T 1 SPECULATE , Vbiv i tlza Vs& lair akn I b ECT BUY A FEW OF THOSE cnniCS LOTS AT 7 FLUSHINO I1IOI1LAND3 FOR ' SQft CASH AND If) FER , tjll VPWAKD. WITH IH CEIVT- OR ON $5 aioNxnr.-r patsiexts, and see your money growl This splendid property Is only 3D minutes from New York. FIxty trains 5 dally; faro (both way.), 15 cla.; within S minutaa of ffl all city facilities: j 037- H.0 sold on Saturday and Monday! Over TOO H disposed of In two weeks! S- Iil'ILDINO 1VII.T. COMMENCE AT h ONCE AND VAI.UDS INCDEASE. (lo ltok at them and tee If they are not at good I i aa gold! . E i-enl for free K. R tlcketa and detorlptjre nap. and with f la your pocket you can teleot aa fine 1 ' lots at are to be found about New York. I JERE. JOHNSON, Jr., j 00 Liberty tt New Tork. ,1 3J'3 Fulton It.. Brooklyn. ,"', . lj A DESIKABLE nOME. I It should havo agreeable neigh- bors, neither the ostentatious iior tho vulgar, but cultiva tod, refined g families ; in short, a community of homes. it V BE.NSOSIICBtT BY-THE RFA Is perfectly developed and oireftiliy restricted beer. siater gas . nitn- ' "".' ,,'"? "rooklyn Bridge VU Sth Avenue Elevated and II. II and VV. E K. 1 Lot. mr aale lllusiratad j clrcuiareenu Applv to the o.em 01 ih. prnpcitr, or t U. II I. KAMIIII.rll .1 vv.ii u .V v or 4 2U t'ourt st lOarrleld Building), Brooklyn. 1 7 I A -FOB PALE-At VVbltesto'ie I. I about 10 miles I '; from rlt) (24 trains elrh a -Isllv) :ij lots Tort- 1, cj liii-jiiol.s. a..o l.'li.tsat lla3lde price, lower than IT any o. er eju.tlly desirable pni -rty ottered; terms Ii cas , must se.l at any reasonnble otter I UI.MIAM 4VLIbertyst. ' COf.NTRYI-EAfand fruit rarm on IIudsnn.-Rltuated WVt , 'r'V.If" "lov rlvir. lui acres good land. llrst- Si class buildings ri.fso grsl e lne. ."I jr. (Uiri'iim. I'D L"ii cherry tree, all kinds of fruit price, tni.000. free Its aud cle-ir, w 111 exchange for tenen ent or flats lljg I'ltfchLOrr. 1-4 lsai70thsL t9 SEATTLE WAin, i lam thi owner of larg. and small ae-e tlacts of Real- i tie property, suitable ror su!nmlb 11 or suburban I homes lor Itilormation comer tug Investment in B Washington address u 11. Kutihlt.s lui lintier Uloek. I I-eatlle ash I COO " AND fr -tin month v na mem. for choice I i3,"J", ;' building lois title guaranteed llvatt He'ghta, Wlnfleld I.I fastest growing .tibnrb of w rork. 10 nilniilusfrotn fontnf i4t' si 7r i-ommutallon. Includ ing forrj . rapid transit send for fret tickets, maps, A& CIIAIII.I H II nn.IlM LL, 47lihertyst rSwTiX'ptatt for iUr ittj. 1 Inn SVLF-IIouse and two lots. 1411 su west of the H Boulevard, south side vauobli' locution price H t-'.tO'cus'i. B ll hM.iuiiT -MiiS Amttcrilam av. B rf ov nlc ov tTo gTft Coiintrjj. 9 FOItTANOnl.ES, " I Nltitt, or 1 iiHlilriirlon. For hrslness, residence, and suburban property. InverV ments in mluerai c,,l. an I timber lands, address Lhwis LEV y, 1 1. Angeles, Washtogton, Co t for giwljiWiJ gjurpoittt. CHRYRrin ST., 07, close to Grand st.-Slor., aultabl for tailor, aliuetnaker or any busluess GOMH JBttV nice ll'tle storea with one bedroom and M..'."c'"" "uy -'" can be hired al "The Ltuden." I,,,l 1st uv. nearie; . also a nice lime store with eellar tin. 24VU East P.th st. lure a good grocery but'uess bat been don.; apply on i remises ' STiiAEH-AU sIzesTorTvVest hnd (tlthi av , betweea s t'i and 7th sis , sultah a for butrhera grocsri, barters dry goods, fancy goals, clothings, shoea Act !".' l'.,TJ '" Apply at ort.ee on premises, 4.t Meat Lud ,llibiavbetieu la Ui and n;ih aia. CfOREJ TO Rr'NT-30th"srr nearliroadway; will be SJ divided tn suit tenants alsu will give I. as. to good cPu-rUini, 3lmtsw IViiutrtfT I OMALI, Horn'. In country, near city, fitatan Is'aud I j or lltilun Kiver orelerri'ii rent must be ehe m Add safllM IM Si n.A.NT.fc0" JJ.Buuuplu.U I I iyAVTEI)-At once, a hnus. between mth and lli'ih T.i " .'!"' ''""'n2danaLeviiigiona6 .gjodcoa- dltlonaudlocatlou. rentlon. Address BJ J. I'.. 6:6 Broadway H lyANTEH-pntbe north shore of Long Island from H .,;,. V" lo. U""X '"I"" ,r,m "'ty Inrnlsltod house flf r i box ' ' 1 p",,,rei1 Address W. U, Hi ' ' . i M eptt'rUiiinc?ousf5 Co ct. H ADWELLINQ ' "" TOLET" I JV u-IIITirwn SWFST2SjIIM ' J E. VVIUTAKElt, BOI.IBF.RTTSTi M DWELLING, KtNTri7rtl I , v . 07 WEST 4STII BT nt',r'"tv' J K WIHTAKEn, CO LIBERTY St. clitrnilurr. II AnRRTC-I.ARSIAMILY going trTFurofrAng II ,t,hin,li,'i,1 r1rm f" "''"'' 1 uloi..!.; e.ega t up- ! :'t'ao1.vV,T,?;nr,c,.?faKV,?'tl'"""c " ""l Iffl Srullstru. II E'i?.0Jh,Ttol?.'lllln. arnt.edi moderate t?rteei? fll Dr. Fuller tentalljiriors. 74 Varlck at!, cur. Vanat ! ghA AND J 6KTB OK TEETH while waltuaTtUr' IB eTtnlJur. 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