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io, ' THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1890. !, ' " ' "
ICORN ROAD OF KANSAS. AH B1RST COSSTRVCTRli ITS irr.VTKRS Xl'.UMIM'S U'AH A 1'HAIRIB. Two Hyalriiis Fought (or t1i Mnei anil Till. Opened the Woinlrrf.il Corn Rett I'm during Till. Year 300,000,000 llushels A 1'nll IVstlTal With Nm el Feature.. from Ike St. .mil Glele-Vtmocrat. "The corn road linn no place by thai title In the railway RtiidcA. I'crliam the general officer who preside hundred ol mllrs away urer I la operation would hardly Identity II by that name. Certainly the trarellnir world will tail to locate It "The corn road" be Inn at Atcblson and ends out In the short graas counties nt Wralrrn Kansas. lt Inception waa moat ambitious The plana ol those who originated thla road contemplated a Iranacon tlnental route Irom the Missouri to the Pacific A rood pretense ot building In lhat direction was made. Construction westward irom Atchison wan started about the same time that It waa irom Omaha, and irom Kansas City Itut the days came when more powerlul Influences In lavorol the lft other routes dominated, and the building on the (Atchison line stopped In the prairies. "Central Branch. I'nlon Pacific," was the name (riven to the road without a terminus. According to the under tandinc anion projectors, when the land grant legislation was obtained In Washington, about the dose ol the civil war, tho Central llrnneh waa to hare continued west to a Junction point with tho 1 1 Omaha and KansaH City lines, near the Rocky k Mountains. It was to be combined with them In a ! common route through to the Pacific coast. Hut It I ' was not ( t This Central Branch retained Its misnomer with i Its loose end in the pralrien. It languished a while jj until patient pioneers began to discover the torn j producing qualities ol the counties through which . Its course lies. Emu tin I'nlon Pacific company 1 was tardy In reongnlrlng the possibilities. .la ,' CJould, traveling leisurely over the western country f f. and picking up bits ol road.lrom which to construct ;! I, a great s suim, saw the growing acreage In corn ' In the double tier of counties Irom Atchison west g lie leased the Central Ilraneh The I'nlon Pacific I Company m-cmed Tcry willing to let it go The f corn fields grew, l'rom the loose ends In the Y praries feeders were constructed as the country be- came settled The Central Ilranrh liecame a par t rnt stem, with sprangled termini fltlll farther out i In In prairies. Then a time came when the I'nlon A' Iaciflc could give n little and was willing to sell I W Two great systems struggled lor possession The B Goulds stem won. Officially Ihlsisstlll the"Cen tral Drench " By the people who know tho terrl- 6 tory It serves and the wonderful development "the I f corn road" la Ihe familiar designation And cei- f talnly no route in the country more naturally i merits the title j" One ol the corn kings in Kansas, Prank M. I Daker, through whose elevators passes no incon oldcrablc part ol the crop along this road, sat in his ' office at Atchison and did some Impressive figuring y, on the now maturing crop. He showed that it j would take .'.0,000 cars to move this crop That means 2,,'SOO trains There are ninety stations on t 'thecornroad'andilssprangllngleeders Hlpcn f S Ing In the fields tributary to these ninety stations Is 15 , ajieldof corn which It will require over COO cars to I I n station to move Some ol these stations will k need Irom 1,000 to l.ROO cars. Others will raltlor i less than MO. Tho aierage will be over 600 t When Mr Haker figures on W) 000 cars to move this year's crop irom the ninety stations of "the r corn road ot Kansas" he counts only that propor- ' Hon ot the crop which will naturally go to market ' -r ns corn One third ot the corn raised in the ter I ritory considered will lie led to live stock. The re- ' rnalning two thirds will go in original torra For Innately lor the peace ol mind ot the transportation i people the demand lor the M),000 cars will be well ! lilstributed The farmers will begin picklnc in I October and shelling in November They will be nt it all winter and Into next March The moving E nl the crop will begin In November and It will con- t tinue until next summer, taxing the ability ot the . officials to lurnlsh cars. When hot weather comes j again halt of thlsgreat crop, Mr Daker estimates I will still remain a rrsrrvHn the handset theiarm r rrsandol Ihelocaldealersalongtheroad f In one of the corn counties ol Kansas lived I some years ago Hllen P Allerton. Her t husband was a farmer He had Leen all ft his Hie moving to Kansas from Wisconsin f The picture ol Kllen P. Allerton shows the deep t lines which grow with Ihe cares ol a larmcr's I home. It Is pathetic Children did not come to f Mitten tho Hie This woman found her respite F irom the duties ot the house In her pen Sho saw the early evolution ol the corn bell, and she j wrote ol $. Walls of com, I Whose banners toss on the breeze of morn, Mrs. Allerton's lines are even more impressive f now than they were when written. She did not i live to see such "walls of com" as this year has ji produced. Hr poesy has gained In force with " the crop of 300,000,000 bushels. It embodied a i aplrlt of prophecy In the light ol what has come , true. Tho marvelou? change she noted stands greatly magnified to-day. Her question Is more timely than ever btiore: And where do they stand, these wall, ot corn, hose banners toss on ttie breeze of morn j. Open the atlas, conned by rule, 1 In the olden days of the district school. Point to the rleb and bounteous land 1 That yields such fruits to the toller's hand. ( "Treeless desert." thej called It, then, t Haunted by beasts and forsook by men. Little they knew what wealth untold r Lay hid where the desolate prairies rolled. Who would have dared, with btush or pen. As this landls now, to palm It thent J Ahd how would the wise ones have laughed In scorn, Had prophets foretold these walls of com, I Whose banners toss on the breeze of morn I It Is not ol hlatory that the ancienta met, or- ganlzed committees, Issued an appeal and drum- !! meil up subscriptions when the season came to celebrate the harvest ot the crops Naturally, ,i npontancously and unanimously the Atchison'- lans give one day In tho year to corn and hilarity and art This day Is "when the troat is on the pumpkin and the com Is in the shock, " or, 1j bo f calendarly accurate, the 21st ot September. AM II roads Tn the corn belt lead to Ah hison that day. They do their part by carrying fie coragrower', his wile, his sons and daughters and the hired man 200 miles for 12 and hauling them home lor nothing. The return trip is up grale. but It takes less locomotive power Hundreds ot bushels ol I corn, which filled the pockets ot the revelers, f have been lelt behind to make a three-inch can"-! ( - ol the maire pattern on the wide streets ot t h on This is one ot the unanimous features ot the com carnival, the name the celebration bears. & Everybody throws corn, am nobody protests L This corn throwing is defensible on the theory f that it aOords the opportunity tor all to activel) t. participate. It isn't tho most interesting feature t. or tho most distinctive leature of the carnival The city is decorated, and corn in a myriad ot lortns is emplojcd Individual ingenuity Is given lull play The business houses vie with each other in elaborate ileviies to do honor to the great cereal Then there are corn costumes. . Last ear 2.000 people clad in garments and head S gear devised irom corn walked the slreits. What I can be donu in decorating and costuming with , corn stalks, com leaves corn husks, corn las aes. ears ol corn, shelled corn, popped corn, col orcd corn corn cobs onlv those nho have seen an Atchison corn carnival can appreciate I.a dies wear hnbe made of com frame and trimmings, complete The.v have capes ol golden brown I; fashioned from c nil husks. Men have hats and j Jackets oi corn lady ol tchison, Mrs n .1 Cussck, has won nallnn.it lame as a "corn mil liner" Her work is n lalxir o love Her cre.i . tions are gilts. Last cnr Mrs. McKinley re ceived til - product ol Mrs. Cusack's arllstlc eye !and fingers, and Ih're was much marveling when the biT. wis o(ned at Hie White House and th dainty corn bonnet was lifted out This year Mrs. Cusic k Is nl work on two dreams ol corn lionnets one to go to Queen Victoria, and Ihe othr f the "first ladv ot the 1'nlled States " Th orn doll is one the popular souvenirs ol Ihe cirilval Thousands are made, with dresses and hits nnd iwrnsnls ol corn husks, and they MI li'.e hot corn cnl rs. lorn manulacture c mi tends to nccklli s nnd cv -n to corn shoes. C orn 11 atalk canea are carried Mmnst endless is the Bht Tarlety ol things which illustrates the Idea ot the fr arolvaL HLJb The king ol the carnival rides In a chariot un aHalsL ?. Vl ffffKuaL' i v BaaaWvaBaaaaaaaaTsaaiL. Bf BWBb i I , der a canopy ot cornstalks, drawn by horses, over the heads ol which nod great plumes ol husks His army la battalion alter battalion ol marching corn shocks. Nothing more novel was ever seen In n street parade then 200 corn shocks marshaled in companies an moving In time behind Iho chsrlol ol the king. Concealed in each shock Is a mall or boy, ol course, but so well concealed lhat the corn is all that Is seen. Kver thing is corn excel t the music, and there Is a corner on that Mchlsoti reaches out and calls III all the horn blowers nho can lie found in Ihe region around The teat Is ability to play "A Hot Time in the Old Town " Last ear there assembled 2.10 musicians ol local lame. After the combined band had played this typical tune ol the carnival all day, the musicians were taken to an auditorium and induced to attempt Ihe '(ilorla" Irom the Twellth Mass. There never was such a time na Atchison called her corn carnival last ear The coming carnival Is Io celebrate a bigger crop "I.Ike crop, like carnival" Is the Atchlsonlan motto Hence, the carnival to come, like the crop, Is to break the record. h'ovnori ton ronrnoo boat: That tVha Will Name Soma of tha Ve.lel. Now llillldlng at nielimond, Vn. Richmond, Va . Sept. 2. The llv ellesl ort of interest l being taken In the launching of the 2t).knot torpedo boat Rhubrlok hero In Octo bcr. and In honor of tho occasion a big trades parade will be hold oier tho first war ship built hero Nelthor tho date of launching nor the name ot the sponsor for the ehrlstenlng hat boan decided When Seeretnry Long w here In May inspecting the now ship-yard he suggested that de scendants of the naval herees after whom the boats are named should be selected as sponsors, and W. II Trlcg. President of the shio-bullding plant. Is in cor respondence with Jndfn Advocate I.emley of the Navy Department, who hnsehargaof the case. It it expected that a representative of the name will be secured for the honor. Miss Mary Thornton Davit, the 0-year-old daughter of Mr Charles Thornton Dai Is of Boston, and a relative of Cant. Thornton, for whom tho boat It named, has been telected to christen tho Thornton. Mlts Virginia Stockton will break the bottle over the bow of the Btoekton Tho Dale, one of tho no-knot torpedo boat destroyers ow woll thaped on the ways, will have as sponter Mlts Wilton, daugh ter of Joseph M. Wilson ot Philadelphia, and a great grand-daughter of Commodore Dale, The other of thla data of boats, the Deettur, will beehrltteaed by Miss Mayo, daughter of Wvndham n. Mayo of Norfolk. Her mother was a descendant ot Commodoro Decatur. wniTK rr.AiKs anoitr or water. Mllager. Ordered tn tile tlm rublle Supply Only for Necessities. WniTK Plains, 8ept 2. Thlt village Is threatened with a water famine. The authori ties are taking ettra precautions to prevent It The supply It derived from several large wells which haie proved Incapable of meeting thedemandsinthodry season. and a newreter loir it la courts of construction The water hat been low all tumtner and about a month ago the commissioners ordered street sprinkling stopped. The Water Board held a speelal meeting latt e enlng and found that the supply wasextremoly low. They decided that It wat neeettary to practice the strlcteit economy and adopted resolutions prohibiting the consumers from using the water for washing wagoai. sprinkling lawns, nnd for nil other purpotet except house hold necessities. The superintendent was directed to enforce ttrletly the rule and shut off any conaumer falliag to comply with It. It waa ditcoverod yesterday that Erbeek Bros , contractors at Qreenwtch Park, had tapped the main and were using water in large quantltlea In their work. Tho main was Immediately ahut off. TIK-rZATB WORKERS BTRJKK. Discharge of a Foremaa Causes Several Thousand Hen to Qnit Work. IsDiANiroLis. Sept. 2. All the organized workers In the "hot mills" ot the Indiana tin plate plants went on a. strike to-day, and It is belloved here that the strike will become general and Inelude all the tin-plate plants of the country. The strike Is directed particularly against certain rules ot the American Tlnplate Company, whleli now Includes nearly all the plants. The trouble originated at F.lwood, where Foreman F.vanswns discharged for tha alleged reason that he had brought beer Into the factory. FAant denied the charge and aald that he was discharged because he favored the enforcement of the new State law which re quires emplojers to pay their men each week Instead of once In two weeks. The union took un his grievance and ordered all employees to quit work, and this was done to-day. Evans has long been prominent as a labor Uader among tho tin-plate workmen and some of his fellow laborers believe him tn bo the victim ot an unjust charge. Several thousand men are already out. irour.nx'T Lirx ax isvalid. Youthful Drummer Said If Might at Well 11a Dead and Shot Illmseir. David Goldstein, a travelling talesman, 20 yeara old, who lived with hit parents. Louis and Bose Goldstein, at 202 Pleasant avenue, shot himself dead yesterday afternoon. He camo home from a business trip about two weeks ago. 111. He grew worse as time passed and became despondent, "If I don't get better soon," he Bald to hla mother, "I might ns well kill myself," His mother paid no attention to his threat to take his life. Yesterday afternoon she heard a pistol shot from the dining room and found him dying with a bullet In his left breast. He wns dead when a doctor arrived. HAM) CUT OFF RT CAR WIIFULS. Trunk Hays the Conductor Threw Ilim Off and That'. Ilnw lie Was Uurt. Detectives attached to the Stagg street police station in Williamsburg are investigating tha charge of assault on which Frank Trunk ot IKVi Stockholm street caused the arrest of Louis Qarnis, conductor of n Bushwlch avenue ear T'unk was a paseneer on (iarms's car last night. He wnnted to get oft at Cook street, but wns carried past. There wns a dispute, and at Bushwick aienue and Selcel street, Trunk alleges, he was kicked and thrown from the car. He fell In such a way that his left hand went under the wheels and later It was amputated In St Catherine's Hos pital, (larmswas arrested and locked up In the Stagg street station. Ho says he never touched the complainant. Borne pnvsengers told the police that Trunk was tha victim of n brutal assault. The List uf Itef. ree. The following Is a Hat of lb. r.fere.s appointed In i sue. In the Supreme Court last ncek; Br Ju.tlceUacLeaa f'titri. Kfftrtrl. Matter nfSJrhfr. W II liauv Allen Ivea vs (annuls Edward 11. Ijv 1'etra, People A.C. v. Mercantile Credit (Insr.Dtee Co Mw.rd Br0Vrie Herrmann v. VtetMkopf Philip . Knpp.r. Mat. I.I io Ins Cn. vs. bteveas John MeCrone. Oerroan Pav. ll.nk va. Darr.eh (2 caei Joaeph Kocb. Wojd va. flertgwlclc Charlea Uonohue, Matter of ftrsnd Unule v.rdsnitC ueoiiras M. C!e land Mllaor, Ur Juatlcn BoolaUTer. n-irhman Urew Co, vi. Tiellierr . flerard n Townaend, woidiockva F.Ik Warren W fcater Knlo vk nvl Edward II I a Fetra. Matter of smith J.mea J. Xc-alln Uimru.l vi VVmim.l Edward Browne. Vtaibingtnn va tfowcry Swing Hank James W ITyde, Matter of Maaon JaratsJ Kealln. Lowmronva I avlu Nicholaa schloeder, Kunm.ii is fii-hnab , Hi rard B, Townaend, herr va illlileraleeve Allen I Hmtclt, Klchthaiiaerva Hwarurtz. M. I'lnlUrul Mtlnor. By Juatice Fltrcrald MI'I ri Chanler, .Charles C Bandars, Hoolu v.. li.l.j . ,, John II Rof.u. By JuattceSmTth, Matter of Vcnable btephrn H. letting. I , nOVORT iir THE 1'BSSBTt.rAXIA. Reported Snln of the Ilnltimore, Chesa peake nnd Atlantic Ilnllway. Baltimobk, Sept, 2. From n source of au thority It has been ascertained that Messrs. Hcott A Co. of Wilmington. Del., have sold to tho Pennsylvania Ballruad Company the control of the Baltimore. Chosapeake nnd Atlantic Btllwsy Company. Securities amounting to over $2.'2.r0.000 are said to hare patted by the sale. Tho Bal timore, Chesapeake and itlantlo Ballwny Company omit about HS miles of railroad, 14 steamboats and over 100 wharf properties. It hat outstanding $1.2.r0.000 bondi. $1,500,000 preferred stock, nnd $1,000,000 common etock. President John S. Wilson of tho company was seen this afternoon and expressed surprise over the report. "Mr. John K.Searlos of New York, who is the largest Individual stockholder In tho road, wns in Baltimore yesterday." said Mr. Wilson, "but theugh he was here In this ofllce for somo time with me, he said nothing about any intention to eell out his Interests. In any deal ot the kind that has been reported, he would be the leading figure. I had heard nothing concerning any effort o the part of the PennsylvanlaComnaay to absorb this road. However. I am plaeed In auoh a position that a deal ot thla character might be put through without my knowing of the preliminary steps." ri.BAinSTriT.r.t! roTjes to ao ov. Those Who Wanted to Surrender the VII Inge Charter Defented. ri.EASANTVit.i Sept. 2 This village, the youngest In Wostchcster county nnd one of the smallest In the Stntn, Is celebrating to-night becauso Its existence is to be continued. A special election was held to-d.iv to cletormlno whether or not It should be disincorporated. Both factions worked hard, and when the polls closed It was aild that every intn entitled to vote had done ao, Tho total vote cast was 114. of which ,'IH favored dlsln corporation and 70 opposed It. When tho an nouncement wns made there was great chocr Ur nnd the friends of tho illaee orcanlred a parade and marched through tho streots. Pleasantillle has laen Incorporated only eighteen months, but in that time it has un dergone many trials to hold Its charter. Tho litest contojt was attributed to rumors con cerning the bonding of tho village to construct a reservo'r. Some of tho taxpayers expected a burdensome Increase nnd started out to dis solve the municipality, bt't thoy were unsuccessful. nif.vtT c.-EonaB rembubeubd. Single Taxers Dine In Celebration of lilt Illrthday. Two hundred membert of the nonry Oeorgo Club celebrated Henry Ocorgo's birthday In a dinner at the Hotel Colombo latt night. Henry Ooorge. Jr , spoke on the progress of the single tax. Other speakera were C. U Sheehan.I,. 8. Bedford. Charles Frederick Adams, James 11. Brown, Samuol Seabury. Leonard Tuttle nnd Jerome O'Neill. JfJtr.V IXTMLIIQKXCK. v!UTrr ilmisic this dit. Bunrliei a-3fl I Sun aata.. II 80 I Moonnti.. OH loa WATta mis lux. Stndyllook 6 :) Oov.I'd.. 7 0( I UallOat. . 8 59 Arrived SATt-anav, Sept. 1. Fa Thomas Turnbull, I'nge. Gibraltar. 8s Uurerca, Dnrdlu. Calcutta. Hi t uiltvba. Hoppa, Cub. 6s Alak.. MacAulav, Newfoundland, ea Arkadla Dyer, l'orto Itlco. tea Llamlaff City. Carer. Sir.nicea. Si Htra'bl ven. Moar, Mars Dies. 8a Seminole, B'araa, Boston Sa did Dominion, , Norfolk. 8a Comal, Kvana, Galveston. AKeivin OUT. 8a Lueanl. from New York, t Liverpool, Ra T.uric. from New York, at Liverpool, be Moh.wk, from New York, .t London. BAiLto THOU roaiiow roars. Bs New York from Bonth.mpton for New York. Ha Uaahrl.. from Liverpool for New York. 8s L. cjtveocne, f oin Havre for v-w York. Sa Cymric from Quee-Oitown for New York. outooiko aTiwsairs. Sail Tu'tSay, vrpf. s, ilaU rlnv. rtsirl ,Vnl7 Lahn, Bremsn . . 7 00A.M io no A U Iroquois. Ch.rlestjn . AonPM El Bud, New Orleans 3 00 P M Sail lrJnrdi, Spt tf. st Paul. Southampton. 7 HO A M 10 00 A M T.utnnle, Liverpool nooM 120OM Boutbwark. Antwerp in no CM 12 oo It Advance, Colon 0 .10 A M i oo p M Csraca. L. Onavra, . 1 loo AM 1 oo p M IthaVa. Talopleo v 1 Ol r 11 a on I'M Vlsllaucla, havan. 1 uo I M S 00 P M Comal, U.lveston . ... aoo p M .Vail TliHrllifj S'pt 7. AnrustVletorl.,n.mbnnr 7M VM 10 oo A M Koenlgln Lnlse, Bremen 7 Oo A M 10 00 A M Iikcouiso rrrjcusatrs. Dut To-Vay. Marlello Hull lug IS British Tr.der Antwerp Anir. 20 Vlnr.nzn Glhr.lt. r Auk. IB Aninl. BhliUIi Aue 1ft nfatenfUm . Retterdam . .Aue 24 Cltv of Home . Glasgow Aur. 2rt L. Champajrn . Havre Aug 2t Tusrir ra . London Aur. 22 Crews , . namburir . .Aug. 20 Citj of Birmingham Savannah . . Aug .11 froiuols Taefcsinvillo. . ,. Ana ni C.ribbea Bt Kills . .. Auc 2S lrrawaday Portfipaln ... Aug 2cl Ihtf Mondtiy, ftpt. U, Manlton . . Tendon . . Aug. 24 fleorgic .. . I lverpool Aug 3 Vienna . Liverpool All 23 Tunisian. , SewOrle.ns Aug tn yi find . , vw()rle.n. Aiuc .cn Meil.nei. Havana , Aug .11 Cherokee. .laikionvllle, , Sept. 1 Dut Tuft lay, Srpt. .?. C.lier W'mderGroiae Bremen Anc 2fl W.iternland Antwerp .Auir 21 Bt.teofNebr.sk. .Glaseow Auir .'4 R.b.t . II. v ana . .Aug .10 Due Wtintiiav. XtpL 6. FrledrlcJi derGrosae .Bremen . ... Aue. 2S Finance Colon Am:. 31 Due Tkurtdav, Sept. 7. Germanic Liverpool Auk,10 Bervla. . Liverpool . . , Auk '.' Ihlneralla . Chrlstlanand Aue 2 ze.lalor hew Urla.ns... . sept i Lamp.!.. Galreatnn. . Aue 11 lllldur Curaeo. Aug. SI Due rnlav. S'pl. S. Columbia Hambure Aue .11 NomaJlc . . 1 lverpool. Atie.21 Ohio .. . Hull Aue. 27 raratoga Naeitati ,. Bepr 4 Seeuram. Havana .Sept 4 ABSOLUTE SECURITY, Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. MuGt Boar Signature of Seo Par51mlle Wrapper Below. Very email eitcl aaeasy to talta ai mp. jADTrtV0lFORi5E;,DACKL jAlAStrXO FOR DITUHLJ,?. imiYnje. ' FCn biuouskess. H IVFR FOR TORPID LIVER. ll'PliJLS fca CONSTIPATION. H. rtF' FOR SALLflW SKIN. giiMB irOH THECOMPlIONfi ' AJiiAiBjkMliUtl1 ' ' CUrW'eiC.K.ttCADAOHE., ! 'cNfef ii I . .,. , .hi,..j,.m..m . I...-. gunlnwu tihnntest. M'DONALD &WIGGINS, DM) HFLIMII.i: lll'BISrRS IIIKlKKItS AND 1'IIOMUII.IIB Capital and portlier, turnl.hed mer ch.nts, ininuf.cturers, .nil other, desiring to ev. tend liuslueas, stuck., Iionila sold, money fur le gitimate purposes. Out ot-town cuncerns given prumpt attentlun S9 nflfi-t'AltTNFIl WANTKD-The.lrl-.l bti.l 0lluU n.si pj.r to commence In Octibers l.su salary w.eklr. money Is amplr secure 1. p rttc ill.-.. Apply Mi DON ALU N 1HOIN8, l40Ka.au. OA fHlfi-BrMHT.esl.Wlibed 4ii rears eplen TTjUUU did location up town West Wde res sons of selling retlrlns rrom business, lnvetli;ale tbls opportunity McDONALU WIOQISB. 140Nss-au. S( HfW i-lrocerr Btjre.locsiedmost prominent sJUUUU city lu tho Htlts of New Jersey l.-tao-liihtil 40 years by the prsient proprietor. Now do ing Ane. limine., reasons of selling, rellr n: imin buelneis. H rlcte.t Investle.t ra sllowed Apply McllUNAl.l) VVUIOINB, 14(1 Nsss.il, 3tl r.fHl-HTA I ION KHY and Clear Store, loc.'ed pX.UVtf uromlnent aveuje. Brooklin Mcely einipped.JIcDONALDJiWIG01N. ;40Nasestl. SI l Cll dCriTAL STr.D-Mncy tT Iv.UUU amply secured and to le es pemled In opening Itet.ll Shoe Stores. Hit. oppor tuiiltr must be Investigated. Hleheat of reference Uualns.s now In operation. For fall particulars appl) st ouroolce Mcdonald wiooixb, ue N.s.u. (Jq Kfr C1PITAI. WANTKD-One third In" flyjyj terest. Maaufacturlng of Confec tionery: Factory located Brookln. Now doing aplendid business. Mom r Is amply see urea. MrDONAl.ll a WIUOINH. ljii hasssu. 55Q("i i"il'lf'i-OAFh:, el.g.ntb eiulpiied. Io" wOU.UvJIJ c.ted on Broadway; now doing aplendid bu.lnesa: lense 17 yesrs to ran low rent. Kuod rc.sons for.elllne Investle.te this line saloon. Appll MrDONALUA ICU1INS, 140 Navssll. 5lt i"if i'-WITrB-IIA7F,L msnuf.cturintt ilUiUuU business, old etiallished and lo cated in prominent town in Omineetlciit. pl.nt valued .1 iii.i o i and now In opersf on. reasons for eelllne this splendid business, proprietor b.s other business In New i orkeity Ai plv Mc DOSAI.D A- MG(UN3, 140 issll, Vil nhn-ino? FcllINDK Old sstsblished, fjL&9JJJ now doing . KOd business, located lu Hrooklrm elegantly equipped, will give loi g fF tn rleht psrtr. re.sonaor a lllng going out or tha bntlness, clino tn pr mineni ferries Apply Mcdonald a. miiinh. mon.ss.u Jt'l'ii' i I ifW P VALIUM.!". BTOCK FOR liry,JJ.r s.le at SlOn iierslure. mail ufai Hiring buslnesa, llttl. competlllon In this line, partlculsrs. Apply Mcdonald a uoqins. uo nau.u SQ fW'W B-MASrFACTimi.Ml BIT4ISTHS. old iJiljUUU estsbllshed nd located prominent town on Long Island, Including all apt llanres tint are nscese.rr for the business, very little competl Hon in tbls lim. MCDONALD WIGGINS, un Nassau. ti i ) (U r-inON10UM ltV.nld eslsl litlied" tfi fKJVJVJ now In operation, Including aplencllil property and 11 scree or Isnd uu miles from New ork city, prominent town In Pennsylvs nls. reasons for selling this properte and business Is retirlne from tiusloess. tion feet frontsge im main tree! MCDONALD A TflGOINS. 14(1 Nassau. Cl fiTinti CAPITAL VVANTFD." Money Is ?lJyJVJJ needed to lucrsisn manuf.cturlnij busine.r now in operation and located In Newark. N. J, el.E.ntly equipped plant, invr.tlgste this, splendid opportunity Apply Mcdonald l vvioqins, uo Nmu. C;l nnfl-IlAKKHY located prominent town "sx,UUU N'ewJ.isey. Fst.bllslied S yesrs, one horse .nd two w. sous, receipt lino weekly, rent :o month, retsona of selllnr. has other business Mcdonald vviouinb, i4iiN.ssau. &9i"i i'ii'"iiri HOTF.I. end $10,000 hotel, both ijiJ)JVJ J elrgsntlr euuippeil, located New York city, now doing splemll I business, proprietor wishes to dispose, or these Dno hotels, good ressons forsolllne these line hotels, both unincumbered, strh test Investlgstlon allowed fir full panic ulara appli at McDONAt.l) A W10OI.SB. 140 N'asssu. c-1 L)fl llFBTAl'HANT located prominent i3L,&JJ town New ll.ven Ballroad! old ea tabli.lixl, reasons for selling, golug away, Investi gate this rest.ursut. McDONALD .- WIOOIXB. 140 Nassau. dOrZ CiftCi MlisTdeslriblo loe.tlnn. near New JlOtJjVJUL iork cliy, for a atimmer hotel, 40 ai res, located on Oreit "Voulh Bay .nd river cottSKe conUlnlng 11 rooms, stable and bo.tlinus.; the above can be purcbi.ecl on easy terms. Jfnll p.r tlcul.r. furnished bj Mcdonald .- wigoins, uoNassiu. G'-l Knfs-HOTKL FUK SALF.-On half mile race ijlOOUU track, verr llttl" npuos Hon, good pay ing stand, house nfcslv f ornlshed Mcdonald a wiggixi. 140 n.is.u. 56 I f finii T0 $".10' B per cent, guaisnteed splsJjUvly stock for s.le, Inlsree manuftctiirtni; tonceru. verr btehest comrrerc i tl refereree given. McPONM.D WIGGINS, 140 Nssssu st. ISl 1 1 flfifi-rRT.SFIl wsnted for Bir-h Beer D IViVllU mfe. buslnss-in oouyetrl) protlts. MoliONALI) A WIGGINS, 14(1 Nssssu. S Of Hi BHOItf loan 'wanted by amsnufsctur 0JJJ ti e tinsisess. Plant in operation. McDONALD WIGGINS. 14(1 Nassau. S 1 M nnfi-PARTNElfwanted for.n old eUV 0 IUjUUII lube concern In Brooklyn. Invest mentfullv protected, the above .mount t for the purpose of extending the s.me. Yerv highest ref erences riven. The .bnve amcunt will probsblv be returned Inside of one year with libnr.1 Interest. Investlcate tbls it s an untlin.l opporturltr, Mcdonald a. umgIns. unxmu. 0 KIV1 tIF.NTB rimSlsiIING and ii.t store, iJ,VJVJ ah rl dlstauie from this oitj , lively town, sell Inventorr tlm, paving e'aud. Mc DONALD A. WIGGINS. 140 Nassau. OQ nfinT 1(l'NO MF.N wanted with thla jO,JJJ auicmnt for an .stabluhfcit manufac turcuc business. Pnsitlon with liberal aalary. Mi DONALD t ttliliilN-c, 140 Nasaaii. tST nnnSrI-1' l,Y IXF.S10KY, gsnnrsl conn" iTcJ,JIf try store shoit dl-tancs trotn New nrliclty average buslnes. $2&isi per mouth nil cetahl sheil bundle's -.til stand strict Inv.etlctli n Apply to M DONALD A W IGUIN-. 14(1 Nsis.ll. (7,-: -CON'FKOIIONKRY AND ICK CHKAW IV) t .). vlOKE FIneco-ncrtn llrnokli-n llent c.nlr $J". pt month Last Sanday'e business $4r Who wants this b.rgilnf Sickni'.s cause fur selling. M DUNW.D A VMl.OINS, 140 Nissan yiQ I if l -rnR ALF. Btnckaod P.t'ntsofa CO,Vv hnu.i hold article Mudv, McDONALD A. WIUGINH, 140 N.in. cl r l(l ASsOOIATF. wsnted br rel able 01 -m" 'vU concern, msnuf.ctunng busine'is. Morey fully semred. McDonald 1 wigoins, mo nssssu I "-aC si' BICiCI.E Bl'SINF.sS opposite Prof. (?I.U1'VJ pect 1'iric. old itsnd and money maker McDONALD A WIGGINS, 14u Nssssu. 5S5.OO()-Sl()f0()() , pUclneon the msrket vslusWe Invention, amnnnp oly in tts line samples st our offlre, nothing like It in Ameriia McDOSAI D A WIGGINS. 140 Nassau. SI W-MPaF MAIllKl.nnBtaten Waadi rent "H'V onlj $12 par month, aversge business $11 weekly tine bore and wag-ui Mi DONALD A WIGGINS, 140 Nssssu. Vol'NO MAN wanted with $1,000. Old estab 1 llshed lumber, iu'h n's insten.l snd feed busi ness plsnt tully eniilpped an I In operation. McDONAMiA WICU-IGS 140 Nassau. QUKfl-l O.NFKt'lIONHtV" snd Ice cre.m saloon"; undU beat part nt Jllltsu at Mcdonald a wk.oins, mon.ss.u O'J ( . cONFrUONKKY .ml Ice cream ..loon OtJcJ- on upper First .v . li.re.ln. M.DllNI.D A- VMGIIINB. 140 Nsss.u, ( 'UUCKi.y sioirn doing" lli-st class bnslnsssT "s GrsneT.t .r.tsrson: easy terms McDONALDW10GINB, 140 Nassau. 17011 BALE Long list Saloons" Hotels. Bosd A" Houses, teed Stores Clgsr Stores, Msrkets. Groceries, rts.tsiirints, rurntshed llousss. Flats, Ac. 1' W MAOAtri.AY.lftONMS.il St. J,JK HALF. Complete printing plant, runnlne: owner have niber Intercuts, eond chance for quick pun liat.cr. Addn .f, R , Box 124 Bun nmce, 1j"0 t hALF-HoTel ami saloon near if.noverSqusrc-T receipts $75 per dsv , expei ses $2fi, terms reasonsble. Inquire 4H Cedar st. room H7. rlBTBAL cominlsiion to broker etTe. ting prompt -- isle of excepilonslly prodtablo ofllee bit. Ine. rnrsTCr box iso. sun mnce ANTFu Propel ties threstrned with foreel s re ' I will r uy qnieklr Greater New York or New Jersey. No brokers! owners only Address, F.I1WARDS. box in i. Sun of.lce W'ILL sell half orcontrollln-; Intaret-t In new 1 ln.earms camera. 4H exposures Workleg model and partlculsrs of ALTF.lt L. IRACS, llrt Fulton st New ork. Ulttlll sTORI'-aepiind .v. abiite r.uih sL.Tig ttt g.ln .nd exceptl iral oppor urj t) h.MI KL COtJN 41 lU.t 6Bth it VOI'NG M"N C2.1i. resllent of ltitrnlt'la tiwu for 1 two weeks, would like to opt.ia Michigan seency for souio lepv t.bb lonnufat titrlnjc ou( em Box 12&, Hun uptown, IJi'f fir ndwsy sT0Vr,"lHltDTTASK AND rLl'MllING Bn-luess for ssle at No, 271 VVrat llroadw.). Old age the cause. KOAD 1K.ITSK HO Flr-Cn-npletelr fiirnlelied. Stables and rlc J'Uht arret H'st stsnd on Linrlslsnl Fur flt.OJO. 4.(i()0 down, s, box P. hun uptowu VNTrii Cipable inanimate position ss secre ) tsr. and olbce msti.er of estsbli.hed manu fact irlnjcincern In AVrnn Ohio. Mut make lu ve.init An oiipniinnitv i. ofTeiet to inske a clc.lr.ihli connertlnn vtllh sn ottablished Priu cluing a l.rce .Mil in irtaliii I ii4 ne.s, Jl II lUMMONIi, lbi llurhtel Hotel, Akron, Ohio f.AUGMN -Cisl lands. "I'o .liontas.' r.feetse.m, J V s on ti. it., m co I acres. Owner, Box ,, (oyliirdcvllle. (' inn NTFD liellible iriinnter l- mil stsndli e ' lluaniial circles i ic'S' i" land companv , brat cin.nl B. Box i in, Ws.liliietiui, D C, I 'P Til f200H()iessllvcarnel by ttllnr ptrt In "a eov.iiiu ei t entTi rise. For parti ulsr. apply W riinortaro Ii.,rith...t . Ilmlaprat, Hungary I "A.lTINli."'N -m. I' ho. .el's II itel.nl HevUll 'l rant for isl F'tabllt'iid ih;ii rw.ptj -seven furnlihiMl rooms, ive je.rs' lease gusruntc ed, Mi i(ieB sole cause of dlspostl, rtuti-i.Os Fulton H Ur oklrn ftiiiinn ltjlfl anrt nstnummn. HOTEL EWDICOTT, SIst In B2il St. Columbus av, .nd M.nb.tt.n equate, Most select Family Hotel, Butte, of tnres rooms and bath, $840 per annum. On. snlt of fonr rooms and b.th, $800 per annum. One of nve room, and b.th, $1,010 per annum. Fnrnlshsd suite by the week, month or year, American .nd Europe.n plan, CHARLES A. rULLEU. atansger. I pending Hotel nnd SrjrtnuvantiJ. 'WHERE TO "IlNE. Hotel Tarin llurean na r.th .v., N. T. I Ale-Ale Carle. Tdh.-Tabled'Hote Ilaliniinlcii's silt .v., corner 44ih st Ale. llestanrnnt Meirtin Ale, Idh., $1.21 i tlnlvsrsltr pises .ml nth st , Music from n to ti, "BiimnierO.rden, I Leon fin iiret.&lhsi.AISth. Air.. T.lh ,$l.2AMuslcl . (iairn'e,40thst A II wsy, Ale , rdh , $1 Oiclisstra ' Mnuciiilii's, 14(1 Fulton st snd 2(1 Ann st. Ale. do. Cafe de Bordeaux, 4'4-4tn nth v , Ale, Tnfe Iloiilernrcl. 1 'ldh Ale, The Himear.an Rest, I Celebrated Ilnngtrlan 2d av and Hub at I Gypsy Band.. , Henlr's an Itt-st ontfi st. A Col, av, Ale.(Mnsle) Ilsrsh's, 104 W 14iBAL.Tdh. llin.AR.Alc Music An Clint Nolr 33 n.2g Alc.l rdh.7.r. Planophonsi T...i.r. ri..i.. 1 6eta st , near Lsi .v. Ale, Terrace Oarden j n,ri,,rf, 2J,i litt-t B.nd. ll.lv edere Home INthstASIhsv Tdh.tt " VaOldc-'I ver," I ll Ilu.u. st.VldslA-Tbom p.oil l.iiclmw'sGerninn Itestaurniit, llnKsst I4thst. An I hnt Nell, r,61 W B'w.r, Air. (ldh. n.ic. wlnel .larciiiln $2 A r.4 West 24thst. Ale. A rdh , f.r.c. Mnny'e Bummer Garden 47W.24tnst Idh.riAc. riymplnn'. Amer, Din I2nt II way. Tdh rtiv .wine N. V. Ilotel, 42d St., opp. d.pnt Tdh. 60e wins Lion Palace 1 loth st and W Buiilev.rd Ale, "The Alitiey.'MMRtii s , i-uWaalilngtonave. Ale. OI'T OK TOWN. Mlcllnnil Hearh, H. I,, I I llrst-rlsss Rest. Clinorrt lleavea Ilotel ( 1 Cit.Pri.es. tllen IsIkiiiI. N. Y. "Dining by tbs Be.." HOTEL EMPIRE :i:ljrj;tpx,ro:r IlllOADWAY AND MI) ST . N. Y. AN IDEAL HOTEL FOR FAMILIES AND TRANSIENTS EVERYTHING NEW AND MODERN PERFECT IN ALL ITS APPOINTMENTS Orchestral Concerts Every Evening. An extensive library ol choice literature has Just been added. Within 10 minute, of amusement and ehopplnc centres. Rooms and spartmonts now ready lor Inspection, Wrlto for our book, "The Fmpire Illustrated." w. jonNsoN quins. rr.oruiKTon. Sherman Square Hotel, BOULEVARD, COR. WEST 7JST ST. AMKP.ICAN PLAN. Strictly a famllv botol cholro suites, furnished or unfurnished tn rent hr the seison or year Ctiline and aervlce of the highest ord r Hates mssonable, location convenient to all parla of the clt) WAI.TKR LAWHi-NCK. Mnnnger. "LITTLE HUNGARY- AND Z.IBERT1T HALL, 23R'S0n h.nst llnustim Street. OPEN FOR SEASON WITH Git and somnNin iiinnkr, I'KIIIAT l.M'.MNCJ. Bi:iT. 8. From thst d.te l.ble d Hot. Dinners Kvery Even inirstu to I'.nz.ce tables In advance Telephone call, 2 121 'prlnn MAX vCimAl'.T7.. Proprietor. HOTEL GRENOBLE, 7th nr, Mini ftOtli tt. . nppniltf Cnrnrcln ITnll. New. fireproof, all modern lmproernente, lot allot. .inMirir.M), Select famtb and trail. eut hotel. European pln. Uroa-lwar cen pae the ilnor. YAItltF,N LKI,AM),,?R. Anrnmer inr(1n. French table d'hote, RV. UHTCt I1ADTV P' d)'. Txitiht and Ban nUICL MAnll days rriTateDinlncKnoiua 47 Went 24th Ste Couert verr ATentrir. tor tilrU Jb Yoiiiik UniiiAr City efc Country. l)r.NN!NaiON (X. J.) UEUIKAnV. on IJoamd X Brook it. n , couelont to New lork, Philadel phia, Dstltlmore aritl lVahlutrton, Iioth eexeN 01 it year, iflae healthfu. location. "Nobllltrof character our onitant at at." Special care and home comfortn. Matiltary arranietnenta. puro eprliic water, electric lights. xtec4tvo Im piovententi aad now hulldinu lOctine $65,0M. Tvri complete rrninaHiumM $20(1 a j ear, or for a ulfa of rooine S30(. Loni: dltaate telephone in Seminary. Writo for our new llluatratcdcatatocue. TIIUMAS O'HANI-ON. U D . President. The Veltin School for Qirls CollesTA Preparation Number of paplli limited totw. Wo In each claea. FXHCPKOOF SCHOOL Dl'II DINO. Bpatioun atudio, now In course of conatrnctlon, will tn creae present facilities li'.uand lf2 WtJ41h St. KINDERGARTEN TVsSIJi,iiSi. Fall term terlne Monday, Hept. 11, lKvt). Free Scholarship! Jlmitedt. Uat. ieuiple, 7th ar., 14th it. 'PHKl'IlPrLIM: -.CADrUY. MflO 1182 Tark av., -a. will re ieu Mmirtar, fept 11. The ourfenf tndr piretied ha been approed by the State hiiperiutf udent ot Public Iretru'tion. VILL1. UARU ACl)F.MY, ConL'iesatTou de Notre liainc I tit r.Ht 7nth tt , and Leiinitoii av . New York City Llaisea reopen Wepen.hr.l'th. Fur Yoiiiti; .Hen & Women- City it Country, REGENT'S EXAMINATIONS Ibe Senftner School has alr.sdy successftilly prs pared tlioasnnds of f.nsr, Medlcnl, Drntnl and other studeats for the Ilecents" eiamlna tions. 1'sll term opens Oct 2. For ratalocne, rontalnliiE Information of SPi:ciAI. Importune, to Mnilcnts, nddresa hecretary, henflner Si hool, 13 Aetsr I'lnce. 1.--REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS" OldfH, larifest, best equipped achool preparlnc students for resents eiamluationa For nrery ON K Mndent prepared elsewhere this achool hsa snceRfnlly prLpaied 1 I 1 . Suinmir term now open iall term open tht. i M1CW TDUK l'ltRHAKATOUk ttCHOOI., 1T.W. 43d st. Tor Iloya X nuneMra- City & Country. College of St, Franois Xavier (UeSIVHRSITY OF THE STATE t)F EW0RK). an to mi NFr r.itiMT .new oiik ciiv. Studies renurued Tue lar, Hrpt 5th Conducted by the. Jesuit 1 at hern Intended fordar scholar, onlj. loundej 1H47, Endowed by the Iteireutaof the ITniTersttvofthe Rtatn of New York with foil MdHirian jwwtr and prtTlleKes, January, 16l Suiceeoi of the first I atin 8choil opened In New York In Mh and of the New York Literary In Ktitute, eittnhlished in IKOj at rifthavenue and ftOth street, draminar, Academic ind Co leciate Depart nientn Adilren Itev. THOMAS T. MUHPHY. 8 J.. President. a0 West 10th street. ST. FRANCIS' COLLEGE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Hoardt ra and day scholars. Conducted by TraurMcan lirother, with power to tonfer Ieirees, Studies ( lasslcal, Stlenttflc, an commercial. Grammar and Atademti departments, leims rtHvmjble lteopeus Hcptember 11. Bend for cauiocue &id particulars to DHOTHEn .1 EROMK O, 8 F. SYMS SCHOOL. Ilobsrt Howard Rymi, Ileadirsster. tlm, C. Dim mons, Associate lle.dni.ster lloih formerly uf the Hersele) School). 'Ihe nevr .1 hdol opens Mondsy, Oct. 2, mini, st No. .'J W. 4 .'Hi st. (ur M psrtlcii UradUress Itobert Howard Mrnis, Nof.li VV, .7 th st, "MANHATTAN COlXeGE."" Broadway .11 1 West l.tlst st , hew orkcity, fi.Assii'Ai.. scih.NTii'ir, fKDAOOtilCAI. AM) 4 IIM'I, OI7IISRS. Iteiipen.Sept.il. Address Dm. AI'.I,RK1 Director. DE LA SALLE INSTITUTE cr.MitM. prtK mhtii, "i-w 'iortK citv t'onilncleil liy I lit- lirlstlun llrotliors. Belctt si horl for b 11 s Nmnli r of Im ardors limited. Iteiiiins It odliesitnv. Hept. :i. Milltsrv Drill Well e.iiiliipel (!) liltiselun'. Tor Prospectus nilit-ess IIIIU1HKII t'HAIII.FS IJ,rettor GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, Wnsliliictini, I). ('. ARTS &. SCIENCES, LAW, MEDICINE. College and Prtp. Dtp't. tilth Year Opens Stpt. 12. BETTS ACADEMY. STMFOIU, CONN.-OIST YE.lll. Irc 1 ares for oil . or b:ine Special adsntsif-s lor 3 nt tin lu preparation, fill i.MUil)l M THH iHSl WM I 111 I t. M, A, i.etV Principal. lII.MP-n.VM M1N r HI AM iN1H II'- UnT - i rntt fximutir, nntaii; launMMit supt,rj'i u litth In hci litis vtl,a iiti' Un tiKTi nr) fort) f.rt Hfiftjon prs tit nniiiitn l(o driif- Hon (ifv.) lo I! 111 1 it 1)011 Aiikt aur s r.'tiy to the Vn 1 'ent. Wixhuutun, 1,L' Ulusira'" 1 ( italniirn, ! SACRED HEART ACA0CA1Y ' eUct Calhollo ISnrilln Sihonl IVormch ae.. , d.inie utid romm.rc ilioiite open ill year, vkua I eies liintle.l fall terra bifins IRPJ. 7, Address I Ur. AliilM UcsMiisstf .s v lOId'Vll lAI.VSTirt'TF, reopens eor.W 7:4st,ana f End... TctD".'ni, Sspt j; !v);lt. nrepsrA iun inlernisilliti aud )riuury Imii'! ns its, vplinnsl milltsrv drill, hoi Inn beun ( itilo,: i ou appll st un J.liTviN ID.vt r r r.. M 1) . I'rlo I WFW YORK jk.tt scii..ni,.T, njssiui, aw cnunni Kialneseliol, nWest rthlt. LAW abnUUL iiulcbt vi t ii .. ,1 f lu. sliiirtiiiii. I.I. II lntworar 1,1,11 InilireeseArs. tellU lnrf slalom OF". IllilKCIIASK D.an, 10I'.NT 1IOI.I.V ACMir.UV-A home school for "1 bojs Die pupil, not the 1 !. Ihe unit, t'steful collet, preiisrition o failures Iuusires by natives. Ilalihful mjlon hiipenor table. Hoi. eratc price. No evtra Catalogue J O I'IM. I'r.'ii Ipal Mount Holly, S J. "VFW lonu s( AIIK.VH IlavaMe. I,. I healthiest J-" ho we In srilinj s ho il y hoys ties' t.-e per sonal Inatru tiou and help by principal inspection inrited.no aimimer vacation, admlssiun suy time, 116 monthly Teachers' Agencies. "" ' ScnitnMERnORN'R, a E. 14th st. rtrstT.achers. CUOOUS, U0ME8, Institutions supplied. HHMLI Collrgrjt nntt rhoolij. Unslness Colleee. In 1859 UHO A 111 HW Students roiltlikrepsle. N. Y., end tlm HI ll.sst lSStli Ml.. New YorU, N. . These schools not only train thortujhly for Imsl nos life but secure illnsllons for the irrsdustes of llielrcoursein I otseeplne. Shorthand .nil Type-wrltl-id Arithmetic, Danklni, Commercial I,vw, Penmanship, the Fnxllsh branches, etc , also tlior oiichly tsuslit Are yoit itolnir to school I It Is timi: t) nr.oiN. Fsll term commsnees d.y sevslons, Frldar. Hsp. temb.r I. erenlnt sevslons, Wednesdsy, Rsptember it Osll or write for beautiful illustrated catalogue. Come anise) us If possible. C'l.r.MHNT C. OMNKS, rresld.nt. Rl i:st I3Itti HI., New York. N.Y- If ynu lenrn Stenonrnphr this (nil, you mintd lietteir select now A MODERN I'P-TO-OATK ' SHOUT II AM) COMiKliK tluder the I I II O If I'rofesslnnal Illrrrtorslilp h II X H Rhnrthanil of Is LUOIl Itepnrter. 3! nllt)IWAY. The superiority of this College ove- all others Is bnselupou facti that appr.l to ones ifood In Ik ui'tit and common sense. It Is the only H lorthand Kchojl In New York that has a Practical Working Department in whKh ptii IN reeele Ktperionce o esmnt'sl to thcii ohtnlninkf ioittions Bemtin thhtart of Xr fork's icreat nnandal district, nr Ittportmir Uo pirtraent supplies all the B.inker, broker. Tim ers, Heal Ketitc and Insurance nffiietnf thla buny section with theli fltenntfiaphers lluntlrcda of the hjh salaried stenonrxpherti in Wall street are (trad ustos of thin L'nllejre. With these vneiiualled facilities, this Cillece plaics brolutjr pyrrj tfra luite lti a portion, A Court Reporter 'f our Hcbool "It rank as far abore ordinary ShoitbandHcbnols as Yale CM lege ranks a bote the purlir a 1 ooN ' Hend for ban Isonie rjroixcm of the UFBT KgtlilPKD shorthand College In AllKIUCA. Pratt Institute, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Piy clauses wWHEOIN work SEl'TKMnER 2B, oenlDKi lasses SEPlBrfHKR 27. niRh School. Departninnt of rinn Arts. Depnrtinvnl f Doiueattc Art. Department of llomrstlr Srlencc. llepartiunnt of Srlenro nnd Technoloey, Inrluitlns; trs.il clitsses. T)tpnrtnint nf Klndcrcnrtanl. I)eprtm,nt of libmrles. (jninMsinui. For further information or for application blanks address the ceneral oftlee of tlu Institute. HlhDrniC . PltATT. Secretary. WALWORTH INSTITUTE, 10J1-11O K. 12flTII ST., Will reopen after tho vacation on Tuesday Sept. R (ersnlnc session ou Monday, Mtpt lit. Othce open dally. Bnokkftepln?. Ftenoimphr, Typewrittag:, Penmaa ship, liuslness Aiithmetic.LetterWritinc, Acta ieht thorouchly and prarth ally ty specialists. Situations procured for vraduatrs. The oldest shorthand school in the United 8 tats s, tha larctet lu New York City, an 1 the moil surrsnf ul of any. More students were enioiled here tho past season than ever before Call or writs for our new handsome Prospectus and Catalogue. The Packard Commercial School Corner of Fourth Arenrts and 33d Btrsst. A PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR BUSINESS. FOUTV-SECO.ND TKAE. Commercial and Stenographic Departments. lleopeos Tuesday, Sept, ."til. Ofhre llonrs: 8.( to r. For Cataloiue address Tho rackard School, 101 F.AST 23 STHFET. NKW ORK. "Can I or Can't I, Shall I or Shan't I," Learn Shorthand ? STENOGRAPHY Removed from 8 East d at. AND II1MIPKNS KKPr. nth, Tvnci,'niTiur '" UnlteJ Charities Bnlldlnc, TYPEWRITING .or. 22.1st and 4th v TDAININr. A- -M- lu '' -11- nally. IKAiniNU i l-rlvate or Class Instruction. SCHOOL XituiT ZOtutTTiu ., . .. . t,. I -'' '""' open- I H'EHMSti 101 K. S3.1 bT., rept. Zotb. I All Kynttms. T. E. l'ArtUIKH, Instrn.t.r. THE MILLER SCHOOL (FORMCKI.T UIITlIKRietlRD'S SC'IIOOI..) St. .lames Ilullillne. 113J Itrondvrnjr. GREGG'S SIIORTII Mi ! nessrve,"iourse"in TYPKWRiTivn. an old school under iiir.niun.Mli inew BianaKsinent CORRF.SPONDKN'CKl I Twelre veara' teach- ............ I ""I oiperlenoe. BPKI.I.ING, ETC. Hhort course. Diy I and Kreutnc. WO RBTTliR SCHOOL AI Als Y PRICK. Long Island Business College. lsr, to up louth rirhth atreet. Brooklrn. Buslncs., Stenoer.iihr, Irjewrltlnt. 1'r.p.ratorr Hegeuts .ml Civil Service Courses 11. j and Kven liur Sessions. HrNIlI C. fl RIOIiT. Principal. HUT If vou r.allr wish to I.KMtK BOOKKEEPING OR SHORTHAND, Penmanship, Typewritine. Arithmetic, Corresiion demc, Kpelltnir. Lommen tal Law, Ve.t llIKMlNUaTTANHCHOOIe, 13-R D'war iJnft P'ce SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING SCHOOL. 1 .100 llroadn-isr, 3d Door llelow 34th St. Thorouuh tr.lnluic In all braachea, Individual In strmtlon. D.y and etenlng F. L. JiANSI.KY. WOOD'S NEW YQRKSp6T UlMNKsN Ai,n SlfultTIIANIJ. .1th At. nnd lusthst. 1.0JO Itndente each rtar To aeo the School Is to appreciate It Call or write. KELLS'S BUSINESS" SCHOOL ! TT..tl!tth HI. Musloal Instriictloa. The Foremost Music School (,r America. NEW YORK COLLEGE OF MUSIC, 128, 110 EAST J18TII ST. ALEXANDER LAMBERT, Dirtctor. OPKMNli Or 2211 Rl sSON, REPI'I'MIIKR 6. Srsienutlc inslincllnn 1 1 ptsuo, s mine violin orir.il. vloljiirello, hsrnionv, comiiositinii, aud all lirnnihesnr nnislc from the verr tejinnliin to the hluheit artist. c aitaliitu nt. AM. l,lMl.SH PRIVA111. Terms, fiom K. upward per qnrtr, Including the study of hsriuom lzht singing if lismrosch, insiructor. ennemlde i Isring. Ixtines, enmerts, lla-mimr o-suht r-.liiiz slo le $, per insriti. STI ll. IS III I.IV III! IIAII.I . TFIIU III' INS I Ittlil liur, OF KMllANCK. SEND Fll.1 DESCRIPTIVE CaTALOCUE. iMoiiroHvnn IHSi. FoUMirii FivTs" New York German Conservatory of Mu3rc, 23 West 42nd St, NVnr 6'h At. L. G. Parma, Director. Keope n; if Hie r-Milnr s a in Monday, flept 4th. hi' ri.niou in sll lira'irlies or upisit. P inn less n. SI.'., l.'iiiti.rter ('las es i.f tno, em, l I' lulling harinoii), sleht siiiglng, Uc I nes ami uni trts (ipeuilul I rum Ii A II toii P. u The National Conservatory Zll . OT MUSiC Of TI.url.er. America 12R Fast 17th st., Vew Tort. Tho mill S Im'iiitlf yiiar l.'liii Sopt. nth. EMU. PAUR, Diroctor. NEW YORK and PARIS MILLINERY S6H00L, .ti him iti. siitr.t.r. Our se'i ol v in inr'of a iht lass tsirher. oulr p .t.e to irrt thor mh an I piutl-'al course In rr-nili UiUlli-rr nn'rlsthe line Io I., L-n oil .ml .rra 'g' fvr a couiseof mttiiotun on lustsllrni lit ptimeiits o ir ursdnqtes nil gout positious or con ritl I sun essfullr titi.iness for thelilsetv.s. VOIirnillNO NF.W -Piano uucht wlthnnt'nntei k' n three nviniiis aecornp.n meuta siertsltr I'ilOltOM'Or.Y, 1 .Hevt tSlhst Schools of rincullnn nil Itrnniatlr Arts. ACTING. Indies and gentlemen thoroughly and pr.etlc.llr Instructed In acting and secure 1 ensrsatments tais season. Private lessons evenings 7 tow o'clock: circulars. NF.V.Y iOUK Ht'UOUL, OF ACTIM1, 20 Kast '.'3d st. pjj BBBiiB KRAKAUER j Kra.auer Pianos used by leadlne ertleU everrwhere. f A Urge assortment of till. POPULAR MUM) for cash M or raonlhly Parments. Trices modente. Also to rent. KltAKAt'F.n UllOs , Warerooros 11.1 K. 14 St. EL 1IU1I.EM WAItEROOMS. 160. ldl F. 12Htl. st. PI " STEIMWAY&SOAS3, Lj NO. 10 K. I4TII STRKKT. f IUTV.alwar.nn .ami a Urge stock ot 1 KWoVll-IIAM 'IAOS I of .tHost as.rr nuie. their own Included, t.sen la I ,.,. for"e!J Btelnwar idauoe. The.. In.triv. f "eateareln good order. a"1n;.He.,.,o,52.t SSJil r.ps Ired by us, and ta.r are off.red at lowe.t poisle f 'Vlt'itennrn of Hngu. Stelawr rinnne. I POPULAR PEASE PIANOS. I 101 WKST 49 ST., Jnst VTeist of Oth Are. Highest sUndard of tone and construction, direct H frorrT maiiufacturerj essr parments: Uctorr bar. gains in used pl.nosi $100 uo; pianos rented psf U month. Write for vat.logi... . H I'lanos nn.t Orenns TsrlTleaTlng the cltr will sell full. Iiednprlght ,. 1 PI.noath.lt tost, mshtanr. Can be seen atta. II McAi. care feetorr. (V24 West 23d street. t UF.I.IABI.F. Connor Pl.nos, Kst.b 1877. nirt -MB grade. Uedlu... price. Ear tcrraa. ltentlna, 1 eiehanglug. r.. .2d st . I IIIMIICSIITS AT T. OIir.AT IlATtOAINa ,. KromllOOun F.AS4 PAYMF.Srrt .lt.nU 00 ' Bend f r Cttalogue OOBBONJ!, lit Fifth AT. WANTKD TO IH'Y. for casli. upright plaDO. ne.J. I, new, must be a bargain, W. C. ft., boa 101. SunoQice. DUWflC Jtent InstallmenTs. F.ichanged. Tnn.d, rlAnUO. nepalr.d. W AI.TK1U. 105-107 VT. aadjit. Wt yiotictis. posT orncE noiiul. . tfc . (Hhonld be read DAILY br all Interested, M change, mar occur t any time.) Foreign mails for tlie week ending Sept. B. 180, win close (l'llOM 1'TLY In all cases) at the. Oeneras Post Office as follows: 1'AltCFLS lt)ST MAILS oloaa one hour earlier than closing time shown below. ritANHS.TLA.NHO MAILS TUF.RDAY -At 7 A. M. for KllltOPje, per stesmshls. Ijilin. la Routhampton and ltremcn (letter, for Inland must be directed "per steamship 'I"1' I- ....... YENFSIAY.-t 7 A..U. (supplementary 0 A. M ) fur EUHOl'F. per.te.msblii rtt. Paul, via houth. ami ton iletters for I. eland mint be directed " per steamship Ht. I .ill ". at v. A. M. (supple niMitsr m . (i A. M.forIU!ItorE.persteamshlp 'lentonlC, via WneenstoKn. st li 10 A. M. for HH.Olt'Mdlr.ct, per steamship Bonthwark (let ters must bo dlreited "per steamship Santa wark":. . . Tni'll8I)AY.-At7 A. M. forFOUOPE. perete.mshlp Aiuiitc VUt.iria, via Cbirboiirg, Bouthamptoa and Hamburg. 81 1 HI.AY Atr. 3(1 A. U. for KDIIOPK, psr steam ship I'ami'snla. via Queenstown (letter, for r.nce, Hwitrerland. It.Ir. Hpaln, Portugal. Turkey. Kgpt and Urltisl. In. Ha must he di rected "per steamship ampanla"): at fl ao A, II. for FKANCE, BWIT7KIIIAND. ITALY. hl'UN. POKTIKUL. TUIIKF.I. EGYPT and IlllIHRII INDIA, per stssmsbln La Cham. pagne. via Havre lletters for other parts of Kurope must be directed "per steamship I t hampsgne '). at H A, M. for J.E1IIEK LA M)S direct, per steamship Btaatendam, via Ito.ti r lam ilctteia mi e be directed " pe slesm slilpitaite.id.m"l. nl l A. M. for ITALY, per II teamshin Kins, via Naples lletters must be aiu directed " per steamship Ems '), at 10 A. M. B'I f.ir SCOTLANI) dlrnit, per steamship Cltyof UB R m e ilottei-s miiBt be directed "per steamship OM cite or i: m" ) P1IIN TED MAlTERAC-Oermanstea-nere silling S 9 on rue'dsis tske Printed Msttsr Kc for Oer . msnv.snd Hpecl.llr Addre.s-i Printed Matter, -v A-i., for other parts of Km ope. America., and 1 I White Bt.r . learners on VYiluosi!a. Herman ' steimers on Thnrs lays. andCunsrd, French snd Uirinsn steamers cn laturdays take Printed Mat 6 ter. Ac for all co mines for whlh they are ad ft v eilHed to ( arry msll. After the .losing nf the Bupplementsry Traneat Isntl. Vails named above, additional supple mentary mails are opened on the piers of the American, English, 1 renchandOnnan steamers and remain open until within Ten Ulnutea of the hour ot sailing of steamer. MAILS F0H SOUTH AND CENTIUL AMERICA. VVLrtr INDIES, o SI'NDU'.-At m an P.M. foi ar Pini'RE 1IIQUE LON per steamer tr im Norm Bydney. TUF'UAY t 12 U for liHW,. per ateamsblp MiiKI, via llihlsanl It n Janeiro (letter, tor ot,l 11 allandl.v Pista Oouuiries must be di rected "per steauiship Moiart"). at 12 M for I'JtvKsRI iM. per steatiishtp Havens Isle (lettera iunt be dlrrcted "per stesmsUlp Havensdale '): at 1PM. forlNAOUA and HAITI, per steamship n Hum. at t. P. M.ifor JAMAICA, per ateamer If troiu Boston. I TTriiNKDAY. At 1)10 1,11 (supplementary 10 39 H A. M.l fur CKNTHVI, AllI'ItK'A icicept Oosta i 111 a and M1U1I1 1'VCIIH POIITB, per .team. I shin Advanie. via Colon le ters fir Guatemala must be dirui tect " ne. st.amahtp Advance '); at 10 in A. M. fur PORtO HICO. per II. B Trans port, via -au Juan at tl v.. M (supplmentar7 11 in A M. for POIITI) niCII. via Bin Juan, KNK'.ITI A. crittCMi, and 8VAMI.I,A and CAItlltsuF.NA, via Curacao, per stennshlp Car rsu.s at 1 P. M. for . (Jl!., via Havana, alsei CAMPe-Ulr. ItCAIAM, TAnA-CO and CHI Al'AtJ, per Hteaniship V lgilsucia In) ters for other parts cf Meil, o must be ti. vi ted "'er aieamshla NigilsnrU'i. at 1 p M for LA PLATA COUN TltlF.S.jier steams'llp Honnnus, at 1 P. M. for MEvlvO, per steamship IfiaVa, via Tamplc il.ttere muht be dlrttel"per stnKiusl lt ltba ka").at 2 p II. for NOIHII BHIL. per steam slilp Poljtsrp. via Pa-a, THURSDAY At 1 P. SI. .supplementary 1 30 P. M.) for lNAUI'Aanl .SAN 1 OUIVfJO, per steamship t'ar.b. at IP M. for BKNTIVOO aud MAN7A MLI.O. lersteainsliliiBsiitlsgodeC iba. at IP. M. (htipplementiry 1:10 P.M.) for N'ASSAU.N. P.. ner afan.slilp Anlll u, at 2 P V for PER KAalttl'CO and AM(W, perfsteamihip Aslatle Prime (lette-s for otherpirts of llraril mgst be directed "i er stssnishlp Aslntli- 1 r uce"i, at 8 a t P M f r IAMAICK. per steamer from lloston. H- ' FItlDM -At.' :.up. M.. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per jf sreamslitii v.o ran, from PhiUdelphia at 12.30 Mat I'M supplementary 1 P. M.) forBT. THOUAB, KT CKOIX. LKEVVAUD and WINDWARD BSM ISLANDS, per ttesmsblp Fontabelle (Utters for aammw (Iranad. a 1 1 Trinidad must Le directed "per "w steaihsinp tontahells' .at 1 P M. for JAMAICA, J per eieams'ilpUtiKcu ilettrrs must be directed "per stssmshfp OrJgen"!. SATURDAY. -At 10 A. M. for NEWFOUNDLAND t dlrrc, per steamship KUvIa; st 10 A. U, (supple- I mentsry Id so A St.. for FORTUNE INLAND, JAMAICA. BAVANII.LA .ml CA11TIIAUENA, per .teatu.hlp Adlioudack (letters for Costa Rica must bedlrected "pr steimship Adirondack"'; at 10 A. M. (supplementary 10 30 A, M.) for HAITI and SAN1A MARIITA. per steamship I Andes at 11 A. M. for CUBA, per steamship I Mexico, via Havana (letters must be directed ' pr s.esinshlp Meilco.") ' Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to North Sydney, and thence by steamer, close at thla offtce dally at 8 30 p M. (connecting close here every Hon day, Wednesday and f atiirdarl. Malls for Mlctue Ion, by rail to lloston, and thence by steamer, clou, at this office dally at 8 ho P. M. Malls for Cuba, by rail to Port Tampa, Fla,, and thane, by st.amer, close at this ofllce daily (except Mon dayi at 7 A. M. (the conneLttng closes are on Sunday, Weduesdsy and Friday). Malls for Cuba, by rail to Miami, Fla , and thence br stesmsr, clese at this office every Monday, lursd.y and Saturday at J2 .10 I A. M. (the counecttng close, are on Tues. V daj and Saturday.) Mails for Mexico City, over. fk land, unlesa specially addressed for despatch by amm st.amer, clos. at this office dally at 2:30 A M. and 2 30 P. M. Malls for Ciata Rira, Belize, SK Puerto Corter and Guatemala, by rail to New Or- AW leans, and tnsnee by steamer, close at this ofllce datly at 1 1 P. H. (connecting closes here Bub- H das and 'luesdayarorCoita Rica, and Monnara eWl for Uellre. Puerto Cortez and Onatemalai. Ilteg- ! Istarrrt mail clos-s at .1 P. M. previous dsr. fK IReglstersd mail closes at (1 P. M. second dsy bs- TRANSPACIFIC MAILS T Mslls tor China and Japan, via Vancouver, cloie J briedail) at .1 to P M. up to September IMa BJ roi ilesii.tch pers. s. fcmpress of China, and up to Ottjb-r nd Mr despatch per s s. Empress f i n luHa. Mslls fir China Jspan and Hawaii. via J jl, Hsn i rai i-co cloe lien, ilatly at o 30 P M up aeteW" .ii-cpteniber 7lli for deapati-li per s. a Mppon aamrnHdv Msnt, vn up i.i sipt.riiiiir slstli for desp.icn sSShIv pus s uy rltio de Janeiro Mails for Hawaii. CSjaBaVt via S4ii I'raiii a o doe here dally at i Id P. vl. aHrav UP to riepleinber tl ML foi ilc. natch per aWi . s Australia Malls fur AustrJlaslsn BaHL t'uluula. rxerpt west Autrslla which ialaV B " . Eur. pt. and New Zealand, which M' nil's il-v -n Fi.iici.eo, lla-.au and Hit WV I.Ian I. via Van oimr clue lure dallj at (I n m. P M altei eitemlir Hist and lip to Beptem- fr SISili fur de-i at Ii pi sti-snislnp Uarrimoe. ' 1 Mails for SwuMy Islands via Sin Frsndsio, iliise here ilslll st "I 'lu M up to Heptn tr t.-.ih L - d.pa h by h p Triple Bird. Mall, lor A istla la ii ip-Vrst Autralia , N'esr ea'anl, Hawaii, Fl I and Ssinoau Islands, via Kan Inn n ilos. here ilally nt i an P M. afters- t mil r vl . ami mi io M-ptrniher uttli, ordvyof arrival or sieaumbip ( ampanla, due at Nes V Ik xniitlilber .'I. fur despatlll per steauiFti p Mir p ia Trans rii"c inslls are forwarded to port of sailing da lv. and th scheoiile or ilolng Is arrsngei ou tlin . esunnitKi). of their (111 uterrupted osep. laml iniKit llgisterrd mall c!oes at P. U. 1 levlous da. . (UtSH.II's vN COTT. Po.tmastor. PoitOIUir New. ink ,N B pt I I null .NOTiei:. TlieOLOIIh NATION VI. IllN'K. locate I at Prorl ilsnce, in .be Mtsieof ithile is and, Is iloslng up Its arjalr All note holders and others, creditor) it ssul AssiilaMon are tfrcfiua heroby uotitlel n prent tl e notes and u- y r i Ivlms against the As. llsliOhfornarment Ml. II KJ.K DOOI.KV.l'aiUur. PUO IIIK'.CE. It'iole Island. Jul 12 Itju (fcllffifi nnd Schoob. For ISi.ys unit (llrlv-Clly ii.nl riiu..trT.J 3FA('OS'IIFI(inT ACADEMY, Tuckshoe, N Y. ' II il.ie si hool mi ) tiling Im) s Ue.t c are sll I ln strurtlon 12 '..I im.n-hly. I IIC AND F(in TI1K CI HF W ?A15Ai! ?.', S IAMMERING. "k'."".?.:- OltAllllll .( n sir, i.l'O lt.PHlII,Ips Pnn. A Sdinnls of I'l.yslcnl Culture. s,'l DR. SAVAGE, GYMNASIUM. Mil 30h Vtrsl BOI I. Str.et. Ywi FKNTII SKAtON OIT.NS I'.rT. Id. ' '' Normal Class and Private Instruction Circulars. VkSt-P SWIMMING teliJ " f