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I 8 THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1892.
V- PATfiHSON .10Q SYEARS OLD, umt; " " . - iV&; trc7rKirmoy TJiur ?rotD iMrx Bl ASTVXJSUJIU ALKXANDBtl UAUILXOX. H CbnK tHe lira avast.' .). lYaahlaolosi Krf1- Follawr n BrlcJIa roth Ale. tk l'rni. g; ;"mU MM Critwoj C ha Deaeitllnl rs.ii. H rATEMoy. Julr l-Tlie) tory runii that In Hp tho KovoliUonary irar Oon. WnsMneton and H& Alesnndor Hamilton rode down the right Kt bunk ot tljfl'rassalaiotrelli'er, AJo.-iatidor Hum- K llton ttm Rrefct bolloTor In mnnutacturlna lDditrl4. m trrt a bcltovor as wrw tbat mW. Frknchman ot tho last docado who nnswofed 11 free trado arcuruonts with. "Hat I like to Bl teoths tall chimneys smake." Ho. Wanlilnc- Kg ton and Hamilton, riding ldo by side, camo to IK. thi ttatUul falU ot tho Passaic than sur mWij toundad bythovlrcln lorost tienetratoil by Hp rnanonlrtothrextontotabrldUinlh. Ham- Bv llton stopped, and said to WnshlnKlon: Kk "Thora would 'ho ft cood placo to bpgln. Hv Thoso tails will furnish tlia power Iroo tor our IHg' first manutaotorlos." Fifteen years altorwArd. BRn When tho droum ot tndopundonco had coma K? trus, when WasHlnnton was l'rosldent and Al" Baratlton Bcorotary ol tho Treasdry. lie ru- UW'3 raemborcd thoso bunutlful falls ot the Tassalo K4 andW about founding there tho first preat Wmr' manufacturlne city of tho United Stntoa. In HKk thosadays J'aterson.n plain (armor. Ya.Go- Hffr rnorofKow Jersey.' Ho slgnoththo necessary Vpr MPors tor the Booloty for tho Establlshlne of Wfk TJseful Manufactures, which Hamilton prnc- Wjmlj, tlcally oroanlsed. and on July 4. 171)'.'. 100 Bi, years oco to-day. the Hoard of Directors held H a mention and sqttloil upon thuslte and tho JV name. Hamilton was there, nod ho rofusod to $ permit tho new city to bo called alter him. He 'J- ausBOstod tho name of Gov. Patorson. ?f' Yostarday auy one standinir on Garrett $ Mountain and looking down upon tho xaliey ; atretehlnr north and oast and wvfct under the f',1, high and beautiful ranicos ot hills around P about. Would havo seen that tho dream ot Hamilton had come tolpar.s. There lay a . ;, rloli one, powerful city ot tiO.000 Inhabitants. M lone linos ot beautiful and comfortable homo. I' Ik electrlo cars hastening to and fro. and. In .fili croups or ncattcrod. Uio scores ot "tall i Jp- ohlmneys" that In part pormlt tho l'assalo t jif Tails to roar undisturbed by tho races and I s& the wator wheels. When Hamilton and Wuh Q&. lncton rode thero Uie forest was unbroken and Sa the) cries ot wild animals were heard on every Jiv'"'- ? aide. To-day thero remaini only anuueb of K$ y the forest to beautify tho stroets and to shade HJP-- i the housos. The city, hnwovar. that Hamilton tiy,' Jthouchtwas to be it city of cotton manufne- ll's jS torles has tho name of tho "Ljonsof Amor- "W 9f icn" because its cotton factories havo been ' (!h turned Into silk mills. fa This city has come unacalnst a cood many )? adorstlles. Thoro hoo been panics unci , S, thero havo boen booms that havecollapsod. i Si. Other inanufneturlne towns hne fur otit ' jA tripped it In the nice for wealth and nopuln- m tlon. Hut to-day it stands firm anil solid. vfth ; m employmontfor ovorJU.OO) workers, and with IX less than Its share of tho labor troublo. ?', There are flno soIdiis banks whoro thousands . of these workers liuvo a' snuu sum laid ' Vi ftBolnst a rainy day. Thore are schools and sx libraries and parks. . -iK For all these ttilncs tho people of Taterson C are duly thankful. And us this l tho eouton . S nlal year of their city, with July 4 as its exact j Sa anniversary, they have turned tho Imlopen ', -. donee Day celfbmtinn Into a centonnlal tostl- ll vaL Yesterday they becan with church sor 2fi Ylces, at which prnyors of thanks for past m Mor1 w'8. roJnjrlod with .proyera that tho dslUffJnB rain that was maklne the oolors of A; tho decorations run tocethor mTsht cease for Nl j the two other days of the colobration. If there wero much In the Dnrenforth theory , about the rains. 1'aterson would have defeatod S Its own prayers. For at midnluht the people 'm, bsgno.tlio festival witli an uproar that shook j the vault of heaven and caused tho rnts to 1 if burrow deeper Into tho trembling earth. In- b stead of gotnc home aftor church tho people stayed In the streets or disposed themselves : vt whoro tliey aould tost aid in tho tumult Hfi- tons and Janitors climbed tp tholr tov.ersand , '' laid enccr hands on tho bell ropos. Enclnenrs 5sy ft'o'l.V tbBl.r boiler rooms anil suited the :" throttles of tholr whistles. Men stood about Ji" the strests with horns, with drums, with tin Ire KJ.nsv wwl,h . Bncs. v,Ith cow bflls. fg The babies slept. sottlnK, their luncs Into ; shape. Tho dogs, of which l'atorson has V the usual Jersey abundance, chased madly ;? through the streets. In a tremor of curiosity K ovor what It was all about. And when tho rt, town olooks struck tlio hour, these dogs came & InwltU tuch a jolpng and yoallog as was UK nV.el, ",?ira- And thy V.Blla bngocUnd tho Mil whistle blow, the cowbells janglei. the drums - and pans beat, tho horns screeched. Kory- t body In town joined In tho yells of his father. jffc" mother, brothers, and sisters. Firecrackers WJfr want oft skyrockets blared. This for an hour. Jfe It seemed as If the float cataclysm had com o UfS x nl1 Faterson, after a century of prosperity. ! . was about to sink In the geiiorol ruin of heaven Mty, and earth. Why this Is the proper way to be- mM K!nB ?etlt f e ebratlon no man knows, llut A Hta M" Wny always done and Faterson i- At sunrise a salute of 100 cuns began, and & ? J.n? sun lonsented to smllo In the boclnnini: UU of I'aterson's, ono hundredth war. It saw Irom if eloudlses sky such a glory of flags and bunt-Uff- Ing and arches and mural decoiations as ssl 1 dom greets It oen on Independence Day. b Everybody had done something In tho way of S7& decoration. The shanty was only able to h.imr fjf-k out a few strips of cheap buntins with a little i flag or so. Hut the shanty did its best and tho , flno houses, publlo and prh ate. could do no r " better than that. BAtU o'clock, with morn guns firing and moro I C bellarinalng. the groat yivioDarade began, life l'oople had poured Into fho city from all tho r towns and namlets around about to till tho streets and mako a steady and brilliant move. IS,, rnent of color and beauty on the sidewalks. It f f" yraa wall that the neighbors oame In so largely k St. to seo what the dn was about Forthopeoplo I K &'. 1Ift'e"n wuro nil In tho lino of parade - ThN lino was Jn fourtoen divisions and rollod tik- Kth9 reviewing stand for oer two hours. if There wore all tho clvlo and romi-mllltiuy jA aoetstlos. thsra wero hands from far and near. ,R thora wero citizens of no society both on foot s J?v Bn.V Inoarrlngos. And then tlmro wero twu pjHqsof floats and display wagons of various i vt kinds, illustrating the prosperity of Taterson . & Jn manufacture and In trodo. Thero wore silk t iz looms nod dyelnit establishments, seetlons of ; JTi Iron foundries, all the various manufacturing ; v Industries of the city haiidsomsW reprosenteiT ! i? It was a sight to rankn tho nolghbors wonder. , 'h and it even amazed latcrsnn Itself. : 2p In the afternoon the crowds poured oat to f $"J,9T8 'n'k?. "P'1 watched games of nil tt kind and llstenod to band concerts. lint still ' V. i tho streoU wore gny.vflthmuslo. with detached ' Mri8..0' ",e P""lq th.it rofiihcd to ilUband. ,H with throngs of people who eouhl not got Into 54 Jno Parka. Tho onlng saw a jubilee meet- , m IP? I" .a huge tent where several thousands g ,,,,,inSJ to an elaborate programme that lu- iS eluded an address by l'sike Godwin of New ' k YoSk' '""IP X'T xii? ll"- V'.C'orle D. Shaw. tfc and an oration by Goorge M. Iloheson. KV T"mPr.l;ow r'iv,j Al'll0tt ft"!'. n number of . other distinguished porsons will arrive, thero yi will be a iiarade. a banquet, and. in tho even- : lnJii!ro70rkl .n B-VrnA of "' boautlful ; . neiohu tint shadow tho city, ( Vet Itsllss Who Wanted to Haht. y h Joseph Bartlno of 217 East Thirty-eighth j If , atreet, an Italian laborer, was hold by Justice f- Kllbreth in the Ynrkvlllo I'ollco Court yester- Uft. day, to answer to a chargo of sssnult preferred g by George A. Donovan of 144 East Fifty-second fa atreet, an agent for Beribnor k Sons. Bono- tV Yiin said he was walking drtwn Third avenuo Eve-' ft JiJ flock yesterday, morning when he met uWr h ijallan. wljo atruckliliu in tho fao vVlth " U Slinall American flag. Donovan said: "What E& 3r,i,..mf?P?' Tnallf.n replle. : " Wnn?a Uw light ?" at the same time str king him on tho MM mouth. Donovan raised his eane. vrhonVar- & tlno drew a pruning knife. 13lnchos long, with m S ,V,k?.1 bW' V!" lV.n?," t Donovan, who Mtfj lied, followed by tho Italian. Doteetlvcs Don- Wm ahneand Iloaoli ran to Donovan's aid nt 1 W'fj Bartlno sped up an alleyway and was caught. fe, YTaths or Wlnduvr Id III. Hirer, Hw Thlllp Gorhardt, a acrman, 01 years old. got Js pat(J:30 o'cldskcb Kunday night, and whllo k'i, 7 etl" "'I1 walked nut of tho soeond-story t- window othlsiesldeneo, 711 Vcstnhesr..r avu- r. Buo.' Hefraotured his spine, and yesterday 'l f ln?rinln,h9 wIwmo'rrl to ha Hnildin IIos- fi' '' pltttl, fll Injuries will probably proTB fatal. Mi' ,r ThSvia'a.Palaf toNrw Teik. H( ' Jlqtllf to guestlom a$k4 tvrrv dav hi lit mt, cutttt and vttami a the American mrtvopiUi. I ti ' ffjigtitloni to Mlghtiteri and practical innnna. I !, ttqttor practical ptoptr. The Suu will publish, in I II f1 Mno IU at tlit Columbiu Cele It atlan nest 0c II ioieva &?tpl te,unltur, anti practical tutdebnok. I I' 'I tothU city. It will tell tltllort uhal the nghts E. 1 fft, how it reach them, where to lodge, and board Wf ; t7(fls 7r ard the coet, where o do who'-ciale or m rdalUhoppUa. how to amu$t tlienutlm, and get , rietuhenxceatvuf ilahtttelng, llwlllbeallraa m Utelu printed, pleataut to read, and the eut)tct Wp matter icill be dwldid and arranged iaaieatto UK. inture the best remits. The relal price irlll be a Heii cents per copy. The Sun's CtiHh teffj also offer ' uuruiUriZ and exceptional o)'portu)iitiei to atrer i f-' Ujts. '.Thasi yftto telrh further information on Ml:- this e-.litct siouM aifdres The CutteBook Qf Wm- PurbnentoftlteA'rwl'brkiiun. umML.. ii 'i" !';' FUN OK CONST ISLAND. As litres CrTr4 Tlisre TsUry ne Eer Vtsltr4 II. Over 100.000 persons spent the holiday on Cbnsr Island. The steamboots woro crowded to their limits from early In tho morning until after dark, and all tho railways wero taxed to noar their carrying capacity. Hy noon Man hattan and Brighton wero both fairly crowdod, while West Brighton was already uncomfort able on account ot IU (throne. At nightfall tt was ostlmatod that thoro hod novor boon a grcntor numbor of visitors on tho Island. Xowhorodld thedaysocm llkotho Fourth. At Manhattan Ollmoro paid tribute to It by tho Introduction of runclullPs dosrrlptlve fan- t false. "The Voyage of Columbus.' whloh. howovor. was rot es pecially appropriate to thooccaslan: and thoro was an addition to the fireworks. At Brigh ton there was nothing to slgnallzn tho day and ot West Brighton the only unusual exhi bition of patriotism was some frejh bunt ing on tho dance-halls In tho Bowery, and a few red. white, and liluo oo'tumos worn hy variety performers .. j.ci.uju. 5 l,,,re WA,n " notable is a sisciuiiu nuance of flrecraekers and other exploslvo manifestations of national Thero was tho usual supplyof beer.howover. and an unusual tondenevto festivity on tho purt of tho visitors. Tho Intter may have N-on duo to tho line bracing weather rntber than to n desire to i-elebrnlo Hie occasion. What evor tho cause, tho tremendous crowd at vVost Brighton was a gay one. and It must havo proved exceedingly profltablo to tho indus trious inliubitunts. Thero was no catch penny nuterprlso on Coney Island, however Inslgnlllcnnt or obsonrely located, whloh did not do business up to its capacity. 1 he merry-go-rounds and the coatPrs cmild not begin to nocommndnte tholr patrons, and it was impos sible all day to reach a shooting gallery or a baseball range without llrtt lighting through a crowd. Naturally, the surplus population tool; to the water, and the suif was dotted with heads nil day long notwithstanding the coolness of the woathor. , A new dovico for tho athletic young person was discovered down nt tho very end ot tho Bowery, and It jumped at onco into high favor. It whs a merry-go-round aoinposed of a score of hicycloH hitched together, one behind the other in nclrclo, and running over a circular track. It cost a nickleto stride one ot those mncnlnos. and when all wore filled the riders Were expected to grind away, each contribut ing his efforts to the common cause The boys found it high sport, for spood was limited unly by their own muscular powers, and sumo ol the crowds which strode BICTCXi: MBBBV-OO-KOUNn. the wheels mado this novel machine spin like a huge, noisy top. Handwlohed in botween the wheels wero a tew sonts for tho girls, and these never went a-begging. Indeed, it often happened that the girls strodo the wheels, ami when the speed was greatest shouts and screams attested to the joy ot tho ridors. Though a noisy and hilarious crowd, tho West Brighton visitors were well behaved. XUK VOVUTll IN CAMV. A. TJIe Wind Beclue the Celebration Jt'rOBiptly Ml MldBlckl, Statu Ciur, Feeeskux. July 4. At mid night, when tho shades of the old soldiers who laid down their lives in tho highlands a hun dred years or more ago might havo risen to begin tho colobration of the Fourth, a great wind roso in the hills and swept down upon the camp of the Fourteenth Beglment. It rapped with mighty hands nt the closed tents, tugged at tho straining ropes, and crept in at every crevice to wake the sleepers to a realiza tion that the day that old soldiers gavo llfo to was hore ngaln. The wind began the noisy celebration of tho day with wild sounds from the whipping forests, and Qsppodand snappod the tent flies until they tilled tho camp with re ports like Chlneso flrecrackerr. At sunrise, when tho flags went up. an oxtra ono was hoisted on Battery Hill, and thero be gan a stir among Capt. llosquln's Third Bat tery men. getting ready to lire the national salute at noon. They had work to do. and so did tho men of tho Fourteenth and thoso of Capt Murphy's Second Provisional battalion. In fact. Fourth of July is camp Is not a holi day, and there was even more to do than urou other days, for right alter fhn battalion l ill. and with only a lew minutes' rest in line, all tho troops woro marched to the color lino In fatlguo uniform as they stood, for tho formation fur the suluto to tho nation. Already tho Third Battery mon had trundled tlirlr two nra'tlco guns from their own green, back of the hos pital touts, nvvr to tile west bluff, whoro thti other two stood and polished up every one un til the) shone like gi.Mi.late. Now. tiiin and neat as the K'lns, tliey tn.irchod out In lock step with the xwliig and swagger that the ar tilleryman gets tiylng to avoid stepping on his leader's heels, and took their placus beside the guns. Tho band was there just baukof the guns, and tho troops, reaching from end to end of tho paradn giound. were. In turn, back of the line. At live mlnutos to TJ ovory man was in place. The guiih wero unllinbered und loaded. Col. l'hlsteror had reviewed the lino and pro nounced It a" lino as was ever soon on tho ground. .It u as oven und perfect from the right ot thedark-trimmud luiirteenth to the loft of tho gaycr-looUng up-Btato mon In tholr vvhito stiipus and loggings. t was n glorious duy. C'upt Tliuiston and Lieut. Prench wero by tho batturymen. nnd Lieut. -Col. Clobridce received tlie parade. The band played a medley, alu.okt all uf which v.-ns blown nway to whetu tho guus iiolnted over Annsvlllo Creek, and at 11:;.) Adjt. Kllnoor dorod "attention," and presented tho com mands to Col. t'lobrldge. As otltcor of the day, it was Capt. John P. ChrlstofTol's dutytoglvo the llrlng signal. At 1- sharp he gave It. Hergennt Mckerson's gunners wero "ready," and the first of the forty-four shots followed his sluirp command, "Urol' and fur six mln utos tho hills and valleys rung nnd echoed With the joyous sounds that told in numbers how. from the little leglnnlng of thirteen woakllng colonies, a majestio nation ot forty tour htates had gruwn. .... ... After dinner the men had their usual halt liollilu). homo staod nnd platod ball, und tlieio was a popular pilgrimage to Ionn Island, whore a city plcnlo party was having fun. Tho camp had fewer visitors to see the noon ceremonies than hnve been hero at uny time slnco it opened. This was partly accounted for becnuhuof tbueflcct of the wind upon tho tldo. Tho wator was blown out until the creek was but u thread of water between broad meaJowsof tanglod river grass, and tho row boat ferry to l'oekskill was useless. Tho yacht Ventura, with Col. Auston aboard, was gone, bho had spread her broad wings tn the favorablo galo and sped, cityward, and tho 1'loneor crow, tired of watting for smooth water, loided tholr largo and thomi-ohes upon tho Chrystlnuh and wero carried away, whiludrawurH and all. The lona Island pll glims were hack for the aunsct corei-ionles. und a goodly lot of them biought pettlcoatod prisoners with them. Othor visitors also came, and the panulo was mado to an Inspiring body ot speolutore. rovatlT IIJlr hewn JtANHIlX. A. Ilockkarpfr hu Jttputarri pu Attack Ksenprd und Cna Hack wliu b lusn. F.aolr Pahs, Tcx., July 4.-J. E. Garnor. bookkeeper for tho Santa llosa Smelting Com pany, left Barotonln station on riuturday after noon with $J,0MJ In Moiicau coin to go to Santa Hjlu. He was In n hack and had a negro driver. About sundown ho was at tacked by a band of soven rnbUrs. and a lively battlo onsuod. Ho sucocedod lu getting the hoises looo from tho liaou. hut during tho fight the negro and ono of the hurhOh were Ulliil. Mr. (inrncr killed one of tho bandits. Jin thinks lio wounikd scvor.il others. Ho ulso received a wound. heelng.in oppuitunlty tocscnpnlio sped to Hnnta lua on tho other hurce, got up a posse ofoflleeis mid i-itioitc und n-turund to tho scene of tho (onfliit. whoro tho dead uegio und tho bandit wereJound. The robbers hud out oft thomiMMif tltj'r doad comrndenud so mutilated his face hy cutting It with their knives as to make it almost impossible, to rocognlzohliu. I J. S. Conover 8c Co. Invito a call from lovers of tho beautiful ia modern niotnl work. A vast and variotl stock of Andi rons, Fendors, and Baskets, abso lutely unapproachable in bonuty of design and auporior workman ship, is exposed in our warorooins. Fashionod from plans by our own designers, thoy are at onco uniquo and oxclusivo, and command ad miration from all art lovers. An inspoction will couvinoo tho most fastidious. MAJtCittl AND nCSIGNKRH OP FIKEri.ACt. H.VMIU, AND TII.KS. JSJ: a8 arid 30 W. 23d St. Factories: 526, 528, and 530 Wst 25th St nmi JIMS aid or a xaanxnn ssivk ACIevarYonngFdlovv Might I'os.lbly Benre Some Hue Into Ilujlns; Him a Coat. While a Sux reporter was standing nt tho corner of Baxter street and Tart row yoster day afternoon ha saw a tough-looking young man about 10 yoars old pick up a lighted cigar stump whloh a pedestrian had just thrown away, puff nt It several times until the ond glowed, nnd then drop It into his ragged coat pocket Tho young follow followed on down Park row attor the man who had thrown tho cigar away. Ho hadn't gono very far before wreaths ot blue smoko carao rolling out ot his "SAT, TOtl'SBl" pocket Overtaking bis man. tho young tough Inquired sternly: "What dor you'so mean by t'rowin' yer snipe In mo pocket an' settln' raoaQre?" Tho man, who was a peaceful Hobrow, ovl dontly out to soo tho sights, stammered some thing nbrut tint having done anything, nnd Rtortod to walk rapidly along. T he tough young mnn stuck beside his victim. dmnnd Ins money to buy a new ooat. He didn't try to rut out the lire, and wouldn't lot anybody else extinguish It ... " Well. It yor ain't goln' to put up I'll havo yer jugged, seo?". , , ...... . , By this tlmo the tough and his victim, fol lowed by a gang ot street Arabs, bad reachod Chambers stroet A policeman stood on the C" l)ls' bloko has fired mo and I want yer to tnko him In." tho tough young man said to the officer. .... . .. , . , Tho Hobrow denlod It and theoffleer fanned tho young tough's legs with his club. 'there was a second pursuit down Fork row to City Hull l'ark where a second policeman was mot and tho rrsistent young beggar re quested his victim's arrost again. "I'll pull you, you faking bum. tho pollco man said. grabbing at tho beggar. The joung tough ducted, and took to his hools up l'ark rowuealn. presumably to bum up tho other side of his ragged coat, if he still had con fldenco In his device. The newsbois who hnd watched the two unsuccessful attempts were agreed that the triok was worthy of a moro skilful performor. A UEFOnUED CROOK'S FAIL Three Month Hack from Elmtrn, Itron la llanrfllns Counterfeit Money. Leonard Brown was sent to tho Elmlra Re formatory In 1801 for stealing $8,000 worth of jewelry- Ho nit be6n employed as a profes sional nurse by W. E. Sandford of 10 East Blxty-elghth stroet. Detective Lvanhoe ot tho Central Office arrested him. Brown's conduct was good at tho reformatory, and. undor the commutation systom there, it was posslblo for hlmtogotaroleasoaftor eorvlng n year, pro viding somo rosponslble man would give him omploymont. About threo months ago Detective Evanhoe received a lettor from Brown saying that ho was penitent nnd wanted nn opportunity to re form and go to work. Evanhoe went to Wil liam Mcllahon. ono of tho proprietors of Worth's Musoum, nnd asked him to give Brown a chance. Early In Mny Brown was re leased and went to work In tho museum at $112 a week. Brown's reformation didn't last Samuel V, Holler, tho box-office mnn. roported list week that Brown had passed a counterfeit to bill on him. Brown ntllrstdeclared that ho was in nocent, hut afterward admitted that ho hud pot tho bill from a man named Walkor. Tho bill was cleverly executed, and tho police ara anxious to trace It. Brown said yesterday that he received It from a man nnnied Donohue. Tho police say that Brown's right nume la Burnett, nnd they suspect t hut ho knows some thing moro about tho history of tho bill than he has told. He is only 'It years old. and If this charge agulnst him Is proved, ho will have to hervo a long term. In the Joiforson Market I'ollco Comt jostenluy ho was leinandcd for examination to-d.iy. IMoctlvo Kvaulmu snys ho Is moro than ever inclined to tho belief that a man who Is unco a crook U always u crook. Villi A WOUND JX HIS II HAD. Unrkcepsr Koeulji'n Doer Foun4 In the I iiat Klver. James McCarthy of .'101 Enst Torty-flfth street who was out In a row boat yosterday af ternoon in the East Klver, found tho body ot a drowned man off Forty-third street. Thoro was a hole In the middle of the man's forehead that looked as It it might havo been mado by a bullet. Tho only thing in the man's clothos was u key ring markod "J. D. Kounig, 1,075 l'ark uvenue. Now York city." The body was ldonttlled ns Koonig's. Ho was a bartender, and lived at 1,075 l'ark avenue with his mothor-ln-Inw. Mrs. Clara Bultraan. Mrs. Bultman fluid that Koenlg hnd boon despondent slnco tho death of his wifo In August lust, lilx wooks ugo ho lelt bis place In the saloon known ub thoLupltol.at Houston street and tho Bowury. Ho had boun drinking heavily since that time. He remained away from homo all night on Sunday, June -'Ik The following morning he returned, and said that ho wax going to ' work in Donko's saloun. at Lightionth street nnd 'third avenue. That was tho hitt .Mrs. Bultman saw of him. At tho tuloou it was Mild yesterday that Koenlg did not go to work theio. Mrs. ilultmun said she believed Koenlg hud comuuttod suicide. Jlecelvcr lor tbc Uearclu Central. Savannah. July 4. Judge Emory Speer of tho United btatus Circuit Court to-day ap pointed l'rusldent II, M. Comor sole receiver of the Contial Itnllroad nnd Banking Company, '1 his was the result of n bill prosenlod tu him by counsel for creditors. Inoludlng tho hpeyer people, who duxlred the existing stuto of nf fairs to ond by tho ut poliiiiiient of a single permanent mehor. All parlies to tho pill designated Mr. 1'iMnei its tho parson whom thoy di sired appointed, llowau unwilling tu aicept without the unanimous coiinim of his fellow dlrocloiK Thoy met this morning a lot guv a their assent and tho order w us utonuo issuod. European tourists should tako Carter's Little Liver Pills a week before sailing, also during tho voy age, to prevent seasickness. They aro iufallible. Positive euro for sick headache. tuts, rtvLna noi ashamed. Mar IHramonr Plen4a Onlllr to a Charge ol Ornnd f.nreerty. Llirlo Fields, the wllo of Francis Fields of 203Twenty.flrt stroet. Brooklyn, and Thorn ns Bogart, who oloped on Thursdny last, tak ing with thorn Mrs. Flolds's two llttlo boys, nnd who wore found In a cottage In New ltoehollo on Sunday morning and taken haok to Brook lyn, wero arraigned yesterday morning bofon Judgo Tiche. Mrs. Fields was self-possessod. Bogart, on tho contrary, looked and anted as If he wus ashnmod of himself, and tears oamo to his oyea when the complaint against him alleging grand larceny was rend The ehurgo against him was that ho procured n chock for SO'J from Mis. Mary Lannugan by false repre sentations, and. getting It cashed, kept tho money to pay the expenses of the elopo ment trip. Bogait. with Ills hotd hont to ward tho flooi, pleaded guilty Ho was held for tho Grand Jurj. Mr. Fields, who had heti in rested as nn nccomplico, was dis charged, nnd phehtiirled outof court with ti young woman who hud hen an Interested Bptctiitor. She told one of her friends in tho eouit room that she didn't cnio to sen her husliind again, ami that he I'liiild koop the children or not und us ho felt illspuod. As Ilognrt's fathei has already reimbursed Mrs. Lumingnu for the loss of her iVJ, tho elinrgo against the vuiing man may bo dropped, hut as loth Mr. Fit Ids und bis wifo's two bi others havo threatened to avenge tbomsolves on him for t ! disgrace ho has brought on tho Iwo families, it is not likely that he will lemaln lu Brooklyn utter he ro gains his liborty. 5-T SIA1I1 fOlt AN OLD OUVDOK. Inntollnno, with il Illr' V Ills blerve, En. ejunlern Ills Fiiviny In the Htrtet. Antonio Terra of 0 Crosby street, and Pas rinalo l'antollano. a bootblack otv131 Thomp son street have been bad friends forsovernl yenrs. Yesterday afternoon Pantollano strolled down Crosby street past Torra'tt house In his sleeve be carried n long Italian dirk. As ho passod Terra's homo Terra cumo out and laughed at lilm. Fantollano turned nnd drove the dirk deep into Terra's breast Then holding Terra by the arm hu stubbed him twice in tho bend, onco in the left arm. oneo In the left leg. and a second time In the breast Terra sank to the around unconscious. rntilnllano rnu through Broome street to Itruadwnv, and down Ilronrtway to Canal street. A yelling crowd trulloit Ijehlnd him, He turned west Into Canal street and boarded an Hglith avenue ear bound uptown. I'ollco man Timothy Confucius Murray of the Bioad way squad chased the e.vr und caught it. l'an tollano was standing on the front platform wiping the blood from his hands. When ho saw Murray ho jumped oil tho car and ran bnok. Murray caught him 'In Canal street near Broadway, and took lilru to the Prince street station. Teira was taken to lit Vincent's Hospital Ho will probably die. NO HLOOD ON XUK KNIFE. One of tbe Points of Evidence In tile Mary Andersen Cane Weakened. Tho l;n!fo found In tho woods noar tho spot where Mai yAmkrson was murdered, not fnr from Perth Am boy, and whloh was supposed to hav e boon one ot tho weapons used in com mitting tho crirao. v. as sont on. t he day aftor it was found to Prof. Peter T. Auston ot Ilutgers College for examination. Prof. Austen brought It to tho Ledoux Chomlcol Laboratory in this city. After making a careful analysis, ho lias written tho following letter to Dotec tivo Charles A. Oliver uf New Brunswick, who h.is hud charge of the enso: ..... "A most careful examination of the Knife has failed to show the I resonea of any traces of blood. Every part of tho knife, including tho blade nnd the hilt was oxamlned. but no evidence ot idood was obtained. 1'loase let mo know what disposition you wish me tomokoof the knife, und also whether jou wish our ex pert to go on tho Ftnnd." To u hus reporter, vosterdny morning. De tective Oliver said lie had nevcrhndmuch con fldcticoin tho eviJenco to ho had from this knife. He said lie had all the ovldcnco against BchlllT which could possibly be needed, and he vrould bo only too ghid to sen Lawyer Bordino. tho prisoner's counsel, uiuko an attempt to get tho man out of jail on a wilt ot habeas corpus. Itaraudd Wants BbcliiRold Fnrdoned. Tho Columbus Labor Club of Clonkmakors. organized by tho Knights of Labor, has dis banded, nnd Its membors aro now willing to onroll thomsolvosln Cloakmakers" Union No, 1. under the management of Josoph Baron des. Bnrondess has not yet comnlotod his plan for the reorganization of tho Cloak makers' Union. A movement Is in progress for an ngitution forthe pardon of Frank llhein gold. who Is under sentenco for throwing vitriol in Jamnleu on tho buby of an employer of non-union cloukmnkeis. Theie Is opposition to tills movement, but Bnrondess Is obstinately hont on pushing it along. He Insists that lihoingold did not throw vitriol, that the baby of tho contractor. Greenbaum, in Jamaica, was not burned with vitriol, but was suffering from scrofula, and tbat tho men who threw vitriol on (ireon baum's stock In tiado havo not yot boen arrested. lie Knows tlie Apostle Pnal. Kinostov. July 4. A wild-looking stranger cntcrod St John's Episcopalian Churcli last evening during service and began to exhort In an lncohoront manner, euuslng groat excito mont among the congregation. With difficulty he was Persuaded to accompany u policeman to tho Coin t House, whoro ho was e.xnmlned by two phiblcians, who pronounced him iu sano. The man said ho wns Ottu Budolnh. n disciple of Christ and personally acquainted with tho Apostle Paul, l.lko Paul, lie was enm'iil.ioaid to convert the world. Ho said h had bi"n ;i missionary In Africa, a mem! or of tho H.tlv.itlnn Army In New iork.and u printer in Boston, llecertlv lie had been doing Itinerant mission work In this Stata. His mother and bisters live In Hoehostor, ho hays, lio will bo sent to an as) lum. t'nrrlrd l'Utol In Her Hlncklnc. A good-Iooklns Spanish woman 30 yjarfl old mis found drunk and qunrrolllng with an Italian in list 114th strcot on Sunday night and was arrested. t tho police station tho matron found u londed revolver thrust in tho top ot the prlsoiu r' stocking and held in placo hy lur garter. In the Harlem Court jestontay sbedoKcril ed hertelf as Agnes Do Junoy. nf.'KU East 11.1th street, and said the levolverhud been given her by the Italian. Justice Tuln'or held her In i'Mr) lull jester day tor trial for earning tho weapon. Live Block Mnrket. Ntw Vnss. Monday, July 4 HfcHjil' of twevei jf trruny nmi loiUy nirr.lljll tit art inrluillinr Julian Iirnxpint m rr. tor Hi. mrkt nii'l HI i'i!'r.Tt to auirtiieirr. The traUliiir m h m tn tnr allxraiiia At nn toitar.cou; Ui4i&c rilOoftn nmi Itio prni wcr ri-itlily rlc4rt. I imitchI lolieit iiutha lt it .iLI at 14 ir.KSrxJ.'.rl IIKItli; Inula hu.) tr i nna At SJt.l 40. Iirrxcdtinkf lilKherat it7ic 'r 5. fur nallvs inlaa. Jjtt-.l i Alila rrma leu lou iiuulf tintrban atpciallrut at llHtV- ftti. urraaM wrijli' sal American lo rrljirjt.ij l. it .lecdy m .cnio yiti '? ft. nblimienls to .an-rnw, .too lieeia Ilecelnta or elr tratardav sn.t in-ilar er l.iBil lifAd. II,. laorWel rulnj acuta lur all nrla nt an ail v ance r.r W-. t t V rata ao.il at f Ofcf a Ul jMM tta., bultrrlnllk caU u at JJ . 1 1 &o. lleceliai nr alirep and Ullina ) ratelUa ana tn-ila), liiFlmllnu 10 e ilfrvrt wrrr li'-'hu brail Tim trnaliiit vrm a trr'n a on tnii prlc. wrrc int aunt ably rbanift-il. Hirrp aulil at T U2Vrtfr,70 t l'' " I I'iniinoil In clii.lralaaih.al S7 TB Prra.nl inlitlon aleudy t fWne t"! ilrn.nl UiubaUrin at ll(ii:i'. littOim ol lini,a liriiiy anl toJy a-e 10 vu lieal. o Uoiillaliacj ilircct. .Suui.aallj Hrui ut J5.40a i rllLOBi Court Calendars Tbl Duy. Scrs t'orsr ("HixniEi Molina calendar No. 1 toll.' crtllffl at J I n'cl'iK. Scraouataa t ot,r vii linn caletular ra'leil at 10 SO A u mi aiuliAir laieiiilar ,. . . Coaaoa n.tii-(lairati T. AilJuurnal until July ii er.cui in -( .'a. ii. :m tr. ih. nurtuiuitt'iiiBi (laraiai I tin -A Ijnuriinl unlll tbls IQiirinaK M-tiUL lkKU-.l) 7.11, M o. ioo. i-'O. HUBPHREYS, own ni i nr tGnwwtTJBt tttjMMtf!ffiXfucitoKJ!stMmMwm Thtuijff lirMrilU! .V hVl UU nHveijourpm tlioiUiikrii nf tlr f.uinl Itijur'mi. jut 'llcii' und (mm liunllwttti irorratjna ia.U und citv.ni Tto hallh nml vik'T uf ll.i Inuvwlinltl js fm rntnl ai vrU ai a tliuetv iilnk In money mid eii litm ".SO I'L'llT "" I'itULiC I 1 Tctci i i oiueilH.iin. InilHiumAlfMrt ,4 JS oriM, Wnrin hfver. Worm I "tie ,". ;(-'! cililiiv.ti'"lic. I rln. Ujilermiifft . ,V."-4-UliiirJ.n' i or riitMrt'n ..r A lull -, tifiit 1-1 Miiiix, rulilK, JiroiMhltl S.I M riii tiliii Ji')ilm(ti 1 itraclm ., ,5 U Hi iiituflitfHtMfA Henlnclie rillvo ., . lo llyMtrplii. Hill.. unit)" (.iinilliittiiiia,,,. ,'ii llMuupM''Cl ur Vn Hit I cilutli---.... . 1 f t f - M . fO'J IVfifLSt i'tTIO'll , &!. i;i t tii mi. Jrtufl Im, MnitriiiirM . ...... ae.J 1 I Na I CJh nnt, rrji"ivta J nipt tun ,, , ) Ift Hlicii't lUm, IttieuiDtttir I'tiu . ,,, , ,"J 111 Vlulnrlit. Jntl J-i-ver and ArfutJ.. 4.1 1U-('iiiii r. ltniuouju, Coll in tit llcftu, , ,5J.1 t WlmfMHnir IIiiurIi, ,4& U7-(v.lla Ii.nH"i" , .,, , .-i.l SH-irTiu Ictltitr !. in Mi'iifeniK ir iiAzn. oil., 'I lit I'tle OlntmentTrlMl Mv Zti e'x, hojil bf tlriiifiUt or f iittAlil on rtcrlut of prto Jill lilMl III. .,' lAM.'AllUi )uirj AU1LKD V ItKlea IIUMiure' Med Cm. Ul huJ IIS MHianj t, N. V. murtgm.9sX!miacmzMs&mmmmmmmKmfsWW9Xum SPECIFICS. 1st nitirlfnso 80-Year 5 COLD BOISBDS or THE Roanoke & Southern R'y Go. Principal narl Interest Unconditionally OUur nn'nil by thn NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAILROAD CO. (IIMRANTKR rMnnAVKt) ON CA011 TI0M1. Tlir.a bon1 are arcurea by s flrat morlras or 122X mlUiof road, runnlte Irntn Itoanoka In Vlrnlnl in Wlnatnn Eal.ru In North Carolina, connaitln at Its Southern lennlnua with Ilia I'apo Tear ana Yadkin Valley Rallroal ami tlie Norlhwr.iern North ramllna ltailroad, and tbrousli the.o coniieoilon. reachlSR the Illchinonil and Danville, the Seaboard aud Rnanoke, and Hi Atlantic Cimi l.liif, Hiuai. enlnit up atoncaa larsa bualne.a Ith the rountty tributary to the.o con ueellona. and oh Inn tlie .Norfolk andtttttcrn an alututt direct route South for lta coal trado from the rocahon ta.nelda. W Ii.ito enrcrutlr InTcallcavlcU tlio bnnl neaa nT chin roi.U. uu.l lit stcurlly or tlio annrnntrr, and rroomtaenU Iferar bnnla mm n ry dcnlrnhle InTralmrnt. They nra listed on Uio New York anil Ilalllmora Mlock. JE ohatnann. The ofnelsla of the company tlnta that the company 1. already earning muni than It. Used ctuuvee Inde pendent nf any guarantee, and that I hey confidently expect thai II wll! earn a considerable lutplui this year. The entire capital .lock of thl. company I. own.d by be Norfolk and W'e.tern Itallroud Company, the guar antor ot Iba principal and lntereit ot tbe.e bnnda, wbleh company In the n.cal vrar 1RU1 earned a iur plua of tl.t03.7eo oreral ''ed charyea. The total ainoutit nf Una mortgage It 12 041.000. or the rata ot tin out per mile, which Is materially le.a than the actnal coal of the road. Tbe.e bonda bjre been nnroha.ed by lorn, of the moat careful Invotora in Tlalllmore, Including sereral or lta moit conaerratlt a Inatltutlona. P. Ort'KK MIII.IICT TO HALE OR ADVANCE IN A Ml IF. A 1.1 .M ITU U NUM. 11 KK OP Ttl.fHi: TIONUH AT OIH AJVJ1 AI.CItPKD INTKKKHT. EDWARD SWEET & CO.. NO. 88 BROAD ST., NEW OIK CITy. Tlio Mercantile Trust anil Deposit Co. of Baltimore BALTIMORE. MD. Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway Go, FIRST CONSOLIDATED MORTGAGE 5 Gold Bonds, bite toaa. Principal and Inter-cat Pajabla la Gold. INTJEItEST PAYABLE AFKIX 1 Ja OCT. 1 COUFON BONDS OT $1,000 EACH. vriTti phivileob op rboistiiation. The ttatement ot ooeratloni of thl. Company (or the eleien month, tnaing llaj 31, 1893, .how a sarplua after deducting lntera.t on bonded debt, taiea. rent al!. andlmproTemenUof $003,336, and the Company baa paid quarterly dtrldenda on Its capital atock at the rate of 0 per cent, per annum alnoe 1888. We offer for eale a limited amount of the abora bonda alio and accrued lntera.t, payable at any time be tween the lit and 10th ot July, at purchaser', option. AUGUST BEL9IOKT X CO.. 13 NAKH-aV HT Xr.VT YORK. EastTenn., Va. &Ga.R.R. Notice li hereby Kiren to tbe holdenof the Eittn ion Ami General MorU&ge Ilonli of the Eit Tennet nee, Mrglnlft and GcnrglA Ktllway Com pan r tbt a majority In intert at of tha bolder of snid bonds have entered Into an efreemtnt in writinj: with a commit tee of bondholders providing for the reorganization of aid railway company, and that a copy nf aald agree ment line been lodged with the Central Trust Company ofJSflrork for Inspection, and that holders of iatd bonds who bae not execoted raid agreement may be come parties thereto, and will be entitled to partici pate In the benefits thereof; by signing the same on or before Ang. 1. 1HH2. CAMILE wriDENrEr.il, Chairman, XVOENK KELLY, CHAKLrS M. pay, KICUARO T. -IVILSOV, DAVID c, ltomxsox, Compilctc. LRWTS T. WIMOV, Secret ary, Dated Jane 27, 1802. Municipal Investments. nosTov, aiAH., pah it s loei CIIIt'AOO, ll.U, IVOKI.II'S rAUtlM lOtl UKVKIC. Ol. , I Ml'. AH 1UOT 1.0i:iSVII.LK. KV IMP. 4.S 11123 minm:apoi.i, minx., jh 1017 NAHlt VIJ.I.IVIKNN., WATEK 41.SI..101B lllAIIA,NRn.,l'lTY II A I.I. 1!S 101O piTTHnuiion. pa., rmn-, as iia HT. t.UVlH, MO., COI.I 44 1011 hlATTLK, WAtJII., (30I.D WATEK lift 1013 MITII 1IAKIITA l'CJNDI.NCJ 4H lUttl VTAII TEIIRITOICY SH 11.14 I OOK ('(IlINTY, 11.1... HKl". AH 1119 rilH'H AND I'AKTICUI.AHh FUUMEIIED ON AP rtlCATION. BLAIR & CO., aa WAI.I, HT.. NEW TO UK. LETTERS OF CREDIT , lorclffn nnd Homcftttc. FOIl LISI' OFTKAViELEltS, lhHUEU UY KOUNTZE BROTHERS, liANKKUS, J20 Broadwiiy, Now Yorlt. UNION TIH1HT VOIII'A.N'V r NEW lOltU, HO IIIIOAIUVAV. Kl.W YORK, July 1, WOI. Pealed proposals for the ealo ot I'uion 1'aclno Hall road Compuuy'a six per cent, rollatertl Trust Bonds, to the extent of forty-nine bonda, wll be received by llie riilmi Trust L'nuti Any or .Saw York, 1ruilie, and be opened at the i.fllce of said Trustee at noon nnlrl day, July 8, 1HH2, eilien the lowest oiler will to ac ccfled. protlded it does not exceed Hie (S) per cent, j rrmiuin and accrued Interi . This nonce la glu In conformity with the Indenture nf trust r n K thust en t vx y ni-'M'iv aouic TmidTii: Waylainffrasir& Co. Bankors and Stock Brokers, 18 Wall Hlrcel, tv "Iforh, tran.aeta reituUr banking business lnclullnr: the pur. chsu and sale on commission of stcurltlu dealt U at the .N.w York Stock Exchanie. WAYLAKI) TltAHIC, TUEOPOKB BAHHV1N. ALKIIEU N. KAXKUC. EOnGLAS & JOKES, ' JJEWDEKS MilY IOHK UTOrK fcXCll VNQE, OH JIUOAUWAV. I oireapondeuco luvlted, rCtt I't-M.-liUAItAMl-lD S,. lllltc INtBT. iiiaaia nf frkn tlim In Si'l.IMm; -nnney refunded em demand aBAime aflertwoyrara; necurny anqu.a tiu4 uivasuTlaa i.aurl.d AJdre.s ' ""'"" UA.MiliU, 1'usl (Jfflcs box 072, htw York. , ,f inattrinl. CITY AND COUNTY BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD, . N. W. HARRIS & CO., 14 Wuil Direct. NEW YORK.. nosTov Chicago. u ie"k cent. 1'ab.thumt ihndSoi7 THE RAILROAD EQUIPMENT CO., inaturitn; qiiarterly f nun 1H92 to llioa Cl'ER CENT. WATI'.II WOUKH HON DM HlUHAt.K nv TOST, MARTIN .1- CO. et. WAI.I. hT. IXSTITUTIOS FOR THeIaVISGS or MllKCllANTfi' Cl.lllKK, So. 20 fxtoN sqtiArin. A dividend has heen declared tn Depositors entitled thereto under the llyUns forthe sit month, ending June no. 10. at the rale nt Three and One. Hull per Cent, rtei-Anniira. on all sums frotnaj In 13.000. payable on and Af'ur Monday, July IH, lfl!. KepoaKa nra rccetrcd from all peranna, nnd nnt cxclualt ely friim Mrrchnnta' Clerkie, und II ramie ou r lurnrc July Oils will drMW Intcraat Irom July list, ANPIIP.W WARNER, rresldent WILLIAM T. LAWnHM-H, Secretory THE KATE OP I.NTEREMT or tiii: Union Dime Savings Institution. llrnudw..,, nCd HI., nnd Sixth Ae., romnlnn ns follnwn: TOUn por cent, on tho first S1.000 : THIIEE iior cont. on tho oxceun up to $3,000. l'nyablo July '- st. Monoy tlcpoaltctl before July 10th draws In tcrust from tlio llrst OAnDNER 8. CnAPIN. Prosldont, CHAIU.E3 E. BI'HAOUE. Troasuror. rilANC'ia it LL'AKE. HeereMnry. METROPOLITAN SAVINGS BANK, X AM) 8 TII11IU AKMUC (oppo.lte Cooper In.tltute) CIIARTURKI) IBM, 7BJ11 UIVtOENa NKW 1 OUR, June IT, 18BI. INTBPERT FOIl Till: IIALr KAIl hNIIIMI Jl'NE HO. IHIiJ, at the rate of TIIKFl. AMIONr-llALrPKllchNT, I'lill AVMM Mill be iredlleil tn depositors entitled thereto under the bytaanf the bank. Interest paya ble ednaday. July 20. ivul. 1IONF.Y DKI'O-ITfcD on or before July 0 will draw Interest from July 1. 8. W. 8NEDE.V, rieild.nt. Q. If. CONKLI.f , Secretary. MAhHATTAN SAVIN6S INSTITUTION. KEW Y0BK. June 56, 18P3. 82d Seml-Annual Dividend. The trustees ot this Institution hate declared In terest on a 1 sums nut exceeding" S3(Ol remalnlni; n tiinsitilurinitlhe three or .lx inontlis endluir nn the Slllh instant, at the ratu nf TI111KK AM) tlNK-IIALK fhlt Uh.NT. per aiMiuui, payable un and after the third Vouda) In July next UtAMi U. MILKR, EDWARD bC'nitl.U becrelarr. President. WRY I)01K SAVIBIGS MiSTlTUTIOS, 041 AND 3 13 BOWERY. TbftTrnsteeiliaTe lclare1 a dirldend for the nix month ni!in.T Juno rv tH.i2. nn all dfpniiu antttlert tharaiuundtr iho b lair. at tlio rat ot 4 per otnt. Iter annum on auiua oc M0 und iinder. and on the excfiftt rlW and not ekrcrrilnx J3CHX) at th rnta (if J per cent, par unnum, payable on and alter July IB, ItiUell ANBBEW M1I.I.H, Prealdeat. CHAni.r.H HIE III.IXO. Mecrctury. Till. HANK I Olt KAWM.E 7 IlI.VnrKEIt HT., NKW KIKK. Julr4. 1882. rplIE UOAKI) OK TKUhrtKS IIAK Uht'LAKBD the A usual interest under the provisions nf the by law a forthe alx montba ending the 80th June aa fotloAa: At the rata of FOUR Ut TER CENT, per annum on alt sums iif$"i and upward, not exceeding Stl.00O paable on and after the third Monday, belor the loth day of ibis month. The Interest la carried at om to the credit of depos itors as principal ou the 1st Insc, where It atanda ex actly aaa deposit. It v. Ill be entered on the passbooks at any time srnen required on and alter the IHtb Inst Ml I'.Itl IT TRIMBLE. President. KOnP.RT H. HOLT, hecretary. CITIZENS' SAIMI8 1IANK OK THE CITYOPhEW YOIlhT, Bn ond r8 Bowery, corner Canal at. ItlXTY-roURTII SEMIANNUAL DtVIOESD OF If. TfcREHT The Trustree haxe ordered that Interest nt the rate of THIlbE AND ONE-IIAI.r' taiall'LH CENT per annum bo paid todeposttore on and arterJutylH onallauins nf -r, and up to ftJfXH) which have re mained on deposit for tho three or six months ending Juno 80. mo. EDWARD A. QUINTARO. l-rssldelt. HENRY IIA8LRK Secrelary UIAHLES . HELD, Oashier. gjviiitufls mu antttct. THE STATE TRUST COMPANY, K) WALL STREET. The following coupons, due July 1. 1892, ara payable at thl. office. JOHX Q. ADAMS. Secretary. Keie York rity Oold Roads Neve ork Count (lotd Kouds. IlloOraiiiie eti.rn Hallway To Rellevllle aud Kldnrailo Railroad Co Toiednand nhln Lentral Car Trust Ifo.X. Fast River Oaa C'ouipan). RUerslde and lort Lee ferry Ca necond Avenue Itnllroad Co liebenture Bonds. Now York and t'.illeae I'olnt Kerry Co (irand Junction Electrlr and Manufacturing Co. Mexlcnc Onyx and Trading Co. Kleinwav Katiua-i C'n. Mnniroinery andKpraula Railway Co. Col imbue and W eatern Itallu ay Co. Columbus und Koine Railway lo LAkK MlOUh AM MU'lllllAN bObTIIEII.N KAIL . i.AX C. Treasurers-, owe, brand (.antral Depot, New-nrk, June JH. IHIiJ. The Hoard or Hire, tore of this company have declared aM-MMNNUAL DIVIDEND of TIIIU.I-. I'hlt CfcNT.on Ha t'ap.tal Mock, payable at this o-tire nn MllS DAI tho 1st day of August next, t" tin- sto Uio ilers of rerun! al 1J oclocL noon, on KATI RIlAV tlie Sd ilu of July noxt, al Willi li time the transler books will he closed, lo be rrnpencd on the tnorntnir or TlfrUA ttw'Jdday of August next K. u w OKOhSTRIl. Treasurer. . 2tl0 H FST H1TII HI. I San Sr.MI.ANNl'AI. IIIVlnKND. The Trustees hai e declared, uul of the earnings nt the past vlv months n semi-annual Intercut lul lend at the rate of Three aud one half per tent ier Aiinuin. on all rains of S5 and upward, tn the limit nf $! liuO, puyab e t" depositor! entitled thirolo on and after July la, ' ' WILLIAM II RTAF10RD, fresldent. WILLIAM B, KlllNj, Hecrelary. . CAXIEKON fOAI. AMI I HON CO. I poll presentatlnn at the Central Trust Company, S Walt si., if renruaulntlon cettlncattaof deposit, new securities will be delivered V order ot the Committee. 0. 8. BLL1S, Secretary, Sonus. Advances iwioiM'REiiui-orrtTiinniTvflthut 'mii.'sl. IUDfl.lir-lt.3jJ liroadway. New ori, anda7o Kulton st , llrooklyn gtottofortM, QhgwM, r. A-yiCIII'R 1'IANOrl. '"" . IM lll.lt I'lANOrt. Laige Kootlintiit Upright. Orand, and Sonera nanus at innileriile prites, t.ish, lastallincnls. and exchaune 1. silso riaime lorenti several lurvalus In seciudhani 1'Uuos, uillcreut maVerm ut lo prices ,, HM-lll.lt HANO MAUI KDHMS. 11" nth m.. corner li.thst.New Uirk. , , , WISSNER PIANO jjeels In lone, beauty oTflul.ta. and durability; aoM 110 down and Jbiuonthivj warrauted lo jears. Kao lorj and warernums. sue, :nu, sus , ullou H.. Brojk ln, nren eitnliiga COITAOE IIRHAN8, ii stops. (1.',7J monlhl)rni auttcd Are jears, oiien evenings VilahNEIt. apd ulinn n.. nrctklvn. EIIEHIIO.N I'l.V.NOS. f'2 Mh A. ..near ICIh. I T'.'i.?'-'.' i'."",,,T W M1 o r nt Crura S3 upwards x oj en eeiuiis W IRaNER, 2M yulii ii su llrnnklyn. 1,'lltlANT ll'IMillir I'lAMiT n ,. il moulhly: i!i Mtliiwai.baraalii, niH-netuiliiW uioumiy. H liM.il. jw, sbo. ilirt uiiu i st., nrooklyn. E ' ?"'.:..'' ,7IV lll'Minp.anl took! .IAi (Hi HltMTIIMlF, HiBBroadwii). Ilrool lyn. ll A.V aifJi1. S.7.i""1" 1'"""i ""'' improvements? gu.V.nVd.'inV.' T' M,twoUM,t. l!a.V,.er";n8i".,ud't,,,:V,nlJ.'r,tl",i "P".-. l JAtilll l.ltilTlll-ltH. IS Rroadway, Brool)n. jaUsrcHixttfauj. " 'ijiiisiii'5snV KwcitY iii'.Hcmi'Ti.iN airrTaTTiT. i near terry at.; all articles at lowest prh es JOHN r. Illiri-M,, Manufacturer n.ir.nn jroflemlt. ' OTP.N ALL M MUKIL-vialtr nnd all Taonable dances laucht rutmlli , c rrularn kMCI.LItllOt kLK COVSKl: S.IOHV, 41 West 14th st. I i so, k'atrlie.Jfivrtnj, Sj, WATCHEf. dlauiond.. I.wslry mi iMl weekly nay meals; dIU ere.1 on litst jiartneut. BXCUAM11. ATca CU. 9(7 BlOAtln-sr. jgltwmtontg. FALL RfVER LINE ' TAIN'K.andallLa.l.inn.ani. ' n""u "ul- DOUHLE KF.nWlr. during Sl'MMEtt MONTHS The four leading tteatuboats of 111. world In commuv alon together. -" rr.V ...IL-TII. and 1icoii?.rr, ae New York from rierSJ, K. R. foot of Murray at act asfotiowai ' SitlO I'. !., week days and Sundays for Tall River direct, connecting witli rmimau tesiibnied rapres. tia n due Park Kjuaie Rlaimn. Mnston n r0 A M , and Klliiexpreas.raijilor New Hedtor.l, there connecting direct with boat for Cottage City and Nantucket (The h .,0 hnat Irniii New lorkbundaja louche, al Newport Mondays at 9 A. M ) ' ClIC P. ... week daya only, for Newport and Fall Kit or. due Newport 6 4'.. tail Rher7 A, M, connecting with Tollman aittbti ed express train due Jtosum u a. M .and with eiire trains and through cars for Cape Und iHitnls, the Ithtie Mountains, Ac. Connecting annex lioat leatea Hrnoklyn. week days and humlas. air, r. M.t Jersey Clly. 4 I'. M A splendid b ml and orchestra attached to each steamer In cnmiulesion. Tn krtH. stateroom, ac, ran be obtained In New York at 17.' '--ill sir. in. tt'iT. ami i.sii flroadway, Ttf (lta av.SHiWest Uolhsl.l 14 Fast 1.6th St., 2.11 Onlum bus ar 143 llnwery. Asior House andecindsor Hotel, at the line orT.ie. I'ter JN. N It., and on steamers, rtenj i ri nts In stamps to Pest I mice bcx 4.'i3 for copy ot" In Rnghtest hummer Lands FUl.l. MUllT-h IIUMT, HIKiniFriT ItAllVRIIIP. k..:?i.i BOSTON I "At" DIMNO III IIIMS OtT MAIN UtCIC. AN lllll'llhSTItA ) KACII K TIA 11 Kit. The COVNI'CTll UT and MAMAUIIlKhTTS In com- ml.tlou. leave I'lertold NolllH N II, tout nt Warren st. ni r 30 r, M ilally, exrept Knnday. connecting wim l'Altl.illt CAR Train arming Ilsalmi 7iK. A. M. l'i express ttn.Il arriving MOH.ESThK R A. It, TIIIKILllH l-AUIJilt ARS TCI HIIITh MOUNTAINS. Lea.liig aleaiuer T ID A. M , arrulng lahyaua 4-30 Tickets and staterooms a'l principal city tlcketolflcea, hKNII KOII Sl'MMKR LXCI'ltsIllN BOOK. STONlNfiTON LINE. IKMDE IlllUlh TO llOhTON AND THE EAST. HM.I lltRrcT UII'ND K'LTE TO uKARUAllANbl.Tr PIER ANI WATCH HILL. NMV MM-1. HTFAMhllS MAIM: and NKVT IIAUPhlllfli: lea. a new I'ler Sfl N R. on block ijh.ive Cunal tt , at 6 30 P. M. dally. SUNDAYS itudson River by Daylight. Day Line Steamers. NKW lOllli. OR ALDANT, , . Dally except Sundays. Lea.e Rrnnkt.n. lultnnst thy Annex) SrOOA. M, New lork, lieshrn.sessl.pler SI40 do " est2;dsl pier . ... , H 00 do for AI.lt S.M, landing at bunkers. West I'olnt, Hew. burgh. I'ouchkeepsie. Khlnebeck. lalskill. and Hudson, 1IU1JSON KIVi:it HTEAMEtt UAKY DAir.T I'XCEPT Hr.NDATfl. Leaves Desbrossea fit , 0:1 nr. M.; Saturdays 1 I45P.H. Do West 23d St. .1 SO P. M Saturdays 2 00 P. M. Yor CRANSTON'S. W LHT TOINT. CORNWALL. NEW. IIUROII. NKW 1UMIII 11(111, MILTON, PilUCIIUEEP. Hlli. UVIlE PARK. IttlMIOUT. and KINGSTON, M AISI.KTLAMlllll'Cll, the only direct line to Cot tage Lit). Mass , t.ml 1'nrlland. Me : connecting at Portland with atl ra Iroails and ateamsnlp lines for liar Harbor. Old orchard. Poland r-prlugs, Vi hlla MounUlns llncktand. Danger, and alt 1 astern summer resorts; steamers sail etcr) Monday. Wednesday, and Saturday at r, p M from Pier 88. last River, foot of Market ill New ork lor further Information apply to HOIIATIO HALL. Agent, at the rter. NORWICH LINE For Hum. N and all point nrth and Raat. Dlret route toSK 1 OSDDS, .SOltWICM. and MOKCEBTKR. Stttmrrt leave l'ler 40 (old number) Nortb Klver (next lieraboo !broai t. rcrry), dfihjr. fsundariex crpteil At tt 30 I. M. Ticket! ftiid ttalcroouii teenrett nt rinripai ticket offices In etv ork, llrooklyn, Jer try U y, 1'ier 40. and un aieameri. AI-BANYOATlC PFOPI.B8 I-INK. hreamera DKhW and DEAN RICHMOND leara old Merlla N. H, rooti.anaUt.atit I. M. dallr. bundayg xccpted. counertine with x pre tralna Tor tSaraiOjfn, Ike (.oortre. and nil Adirondack points Leate firook w l)ii la Annex, foot Pulion ii.&V.M. Saturday niynl T, Pteamer i onnectv with Sunday xoornlnf train for bra- f i toga and Iake George. MONTUK S D CO LIMITED For Orient, Qreea purt. Shelter Iilnnd, und Hair Harbor, I'ler 21, t S Iih t Kekmau kt , V, M datlv, Hundare exrented Uf llrronrler. XI. K ftlLDERM.l- h li. Agent. RAMsIKleLIK,-SteamrileaveIler2 W a, fool or l-rank.. In t . for Went Point. Cold hprlnr. Corn wml, FUhkill Iaandlnr rraneton'a, and hewbur fa, week daya, 0 1. M., bunda) ),DA,H TO NKW HAVKN. 7Ae, r.XrUKSlOS (.OoD tl DAP), Sl.3 Leave Tect pMp. 1'icr -'".. F H, U 1. M., except hundayi and 13 1. il daily, conneL ting with tralui (or Mtridin. Uarv- ford, bpnnKPald. llolyoke. Ac. TROY BOATS. CITY UF Tlicn ORnARATOUA leaves Pier All. X It foot nt Hest 10h st.. dallr. except Saturday. tJ P.M. tfunday steamer touehca nt Albany. AThKII.I. MllCINTAINri Steamera KAATERMCILIs and CATHHILI. lea.e every week day at P. M. from Pier 4H, fool of Vteetlllh at, connecting with UAlhMLL MOUNTAIN' ANO I'AIIIO IIAILHOAU 111 reccory or summer hotel, nnd hoardlns houses fras as pier or malted to any address by W. J. HLOIIKh1; Tress. Catsslll.W.Y. FOR BAUOFItTIPR and Catakllt Uountalns.-Steain-ers BALiiI'.RTIEb and ULSTER leave every week day at n P M.l baturdaya. liSO P. M., from fool U West 11th at. ' LAOR SOUTH NORWALK.-8tsatnerCrTY OP AL IANT JF leaves Keekman st J 10 p. M ; Saturdays. 2 P. aLj leaves Past 81st st 2 SO P. it,; Batnrdays. a.20 P. M. HUIISON AMI COXbACKIEOOATH leave every week dav at it P. M Cram Pier AM. foot of West 11th st, connccllnir n l.h liosion and Atban) It. R. iPjJl; I ANCHOR LINE. I United tHlca Mnll Htraaaahtf). I YOR fll.A-O.tVr TIA I.ONI)Nl.KKaX. I Iruni Her 54. V It. foot nt W est 24th st. B 8 CllY OP ROME. 8aturda. Sept 111. H A. M 8aloou. tuO nod upaard. Berolid cabin, UO and 93S. 1-1 Miopia . Jul) Ii. r A. M lAnchorla.. July 23, 6A. M. Purneasla Jul) III. 10 A. M.l-cassla July 30, 10 A. M. cabin Sr0andup'd. flee d cabin. S10 Kteeragctlla, lor drafts, lours, and other Information apply to HLNDrHMIS MtuTHEKH. 7 Bowling tircen. A1LA1V-STATE JLI1VZL New lork to Olasgow and Movllle (IindonUerry). Through tickets to Liverpool. Dublin, Ac. Iroui pier toot West 21stst.Nonh River. fTATE OP NEHRA8KA Thursday, July 14. 11. IC Norwegian. July 7. M A. M J'Klberlan. July 21, 8 A. M. riteamere marked v.th do not carry passengers. Cabin 140. Kerond cabin, flO bteeraga, $1U AtnTIN IIALOVilN ACQ. Agsnte.M Hioadway. C1.NAU1AN PAliriU WTKAMHIlirH TO JAPAN an CHINA. NKY ORK TO JAPAN IN 17 WAYS. Intended eallings fomancou.ert F.MPRlHMiK CHINA July 17. Kept, UL PMPItlnn OF IMIIA Aug. 7. EMI'lll bi liy JAPAN Aug 28. E. . l-MNNKIt. l.Vhlll.Tr PitAAIC. Cell 1 1 asl'ii Agt , Cuiua aud Japan FrL Art-03llriiaUK-a).N'.Y. ti t all su N. Y. tlNAKI) LINE TO LIC EIIPOOL VIA QUEEN8TOWS. 2 Berila .... July 0 SA M Servla . . ..Any CI.OP. K. l'lrurla ...Jul) in Iiia. M Mruria ., auk 1.1. u a. m. Auraula . July VJ .'. A. )l Aurnla....Aug. 20, a P. XL L'mbrm July .in. In A l I'nibria Aug 27. h fuj A. M. Irom Pier 40, North Rner, foot I larksnn st. M.KMlS II. IIIIOU.N A I'D. Oeneral Agents. OMPAIiNIP. lll'NPItALIi TRANSATI.'ANTiQUB. " hrem h Hue tu llare every i-aturdnyi LA nOL'ltllOiiNE Ihuuf. . . Hut . July 0. It A. K. LA HRKTAlIM' I'ulllir bat. luly lu, M .10 A. M. LA ClIAMPAI.M-.lllAKIt . nut . July 2J. 3 A. M. A HlKl.LT. l.eneral Agent, J Howling Ureen. INlVSAN LINE. KIICOL'I LNbTOllN AMU IM.KI'OOl. CITVOP HI'lil IN . Hediie.lay. July , 8 P. M. l'IT lir.NI M lll Wrilneeday, JiilylO.HA.lt. Irom Pur l.i. N. . adjoining i lirismiher hi. terry. rirsl cabin, $i u ami upanl according lo .learner and li allon of room second i wbiu. I3.pi end SCO; pre i"lll IU, sleerngo f.O INfJ.ltNATltl.NAI, SAMOA 'ilnNiii lienor ii genis ii lion ling Orein New lork. XTuTTililK AMI I'l HA MAIL blEAMtflilP CO. IN Purs IU ami 17 EjsI limr. Siiunlny sieiuuei at 1 P. l ; all otners at 3 P. M. lor Ila.aiia I rngresn. t'anipeche, rrontern. Lafuna, laninuu. luxiaui. and t em c'rui )iaiana, i'anlenaa. ajgua, Laiharitn, Naissu. Psnlliki' ile . uba iiiianlanatiio, and CltulueffOg. fill III tVAblllNoTUN, Haluna and , , Matnnai ... , Wedn.e July 9 l I'AI AN, llaiuiia and Mexican porta . bat.Julyl. hAHATiMU lla.anaaud lardeuas Wedns. , July IB blMIAi.ii. Niu.su. hauttago do Cuba, and t lei.tiugiis . . ....Tliura., Ju y 14 0I1UAUA. Havana aud Mesican ports flat, July lit Ihls 'me has direct connection with and Uauea through bills or Indm lo all joints on Mexican Kali, v. ay lo, Mexican I entral Hallway I'o , Ltd , and the Monterey and Mexican llulf Raliri ad tur luinarliciiiats, Ireight or passage, apply to JAMEb K. WARD A l O, ll3UU.t NOliTTtlPt TSOIIEIt LLOYIl'h h b. M i hllOltf ROUTE TII l.tlNlMIN NO CONTINENT. btcamsrs.atl irom il r foot of 'J I si. Iloboisn, " PAST U.PRI.H-. MlAMIillM. .. Lhn Turs.Julyr.. I P M ITra.e lues. July IB. 1 rH. Ill.e but, Jul) !i, II A viMler bat., July in. a A. M. , bprei 1 lira,. I ill) 1-'. M A M Haul Tncs.luly 28. H A M. b.slorU II Jul) 111 1UA M 11 ins "st , July 30 V A M. Mrstrabin, f l(aitoir.n bailli. sciuud cabin, W and Itiij a beril , .!" rage al lo rales ill 1 HU lib i ii. .' Howling Green. MAlMtllMIAlT Kll AMellllMOMPANt. X I mi i mni ol i anal st. North River lo hN PIIA.M Ii II la Ihe InTIIMI H IIP PANAMA. NI'Mlnlll all Monday, Jul) II, noon. ' Irom bl.N I II IN' l-i (I, 1st smi flrannan eta, till NINA AMI.lAI'Ah DUN srllsbaturla) JulyH.'IPM. lor frelgiit p: s awe, and kinerat inf.irinatton apply at i uuipaii) s I'llli i"n tlie titer, Cnot nf Cjnal st , North i llller II I III I.I.A1. Ilrlural biiperlliteliilent Ul II I'l'tu b I ini. roll HALIFAX- N. B. aul ef. ,llil -. mi I I'll. I. hi a Ibl.AMi. N, P, '. h- Mlruiidi June i'i I H- Pnr.la . . ,July7 . Hr.l ml ii iih lulling nn si. snJ slaltroom heilh, i llalirnx SU -I li'lins. 34, Pille) CO and upward. IIIN i AltrtlllMI I) litems UUruadway. ( rixill. fl.Tl'i" II AMnlllP . IIMPANY. J lor' ' irierlon, H C. nuJ JarVsonrllle. yia.. mil all )i il In Ploride tie p-nitn. and Fnuttiwtst. I in ii I'ler .li I II. Tu. slurs and Ir da)e. S p M. I itfeiucr i iiiiniii'iduti.ins an I t ulsine unsurpsssed. IV M p ii.xiii icii.llui ABia.Moalingiireen, n 1, T ii 1.111 II l'--n. Am II t- r rl I lll :t4i II wai N 1. S B 3 ITU S'I'AH I, MM-. TI.UTOMO llelnesdiy, Julvn .1 P M. IIIIIT.NNK Uednesdt) July I.I MA . bunerlnr ennnd rehlu iuiouiiu.dait'iis on Teiiiinla kirn sl.dMsleslle rlleerage lo or from tne nlit country SUK ZJM. Inner, M Hroadwa), and on the wharf font ol Meet ClP loihst II. MAIfMMl KhIKEl. Agent Ti 4JAYK MONEY lo buying trunks v lsi, I. ir sTsAmer CJ ccalrs, ru(s, and trar.Uiujf nutrii.ln general of It IL MAUI A I II. eiUar, XJtU lolttUSW