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PRICES OF CITY HORSES.!
CHANGES AGAINST TUE STREET CLEANING1
? FI UM OT CONTRA CTO M SAID TO HE FAVORKD
DY TIIK MATOB- Ml.N'lVLS BY MP,. GILROY
AND Ol 111.11 OIIKTALS.
If a statement published yesterday ls true tho
city hai boen the x-icllr- of an extensive sxvindl.*
In thc Street Cleaning Department in the purchase
of horses. Kiss & Doerr, of Nos. 147. 149 and
151 East Tw.nty-fourth-st., xvho sold thc horses !
to tho Street cleaning Department, were, it
la alleged, favored contractors. The charge
was made in the published statement that
.thc purchase of street-cleaning supplies, not I
only of horses, but of carts, harness, feed, sweepers.
scrapers and other machinery, ls made largely ,
,. brough the instrumentality of Mayor Gilroy and
ithers. The leaders of Tammany, it i* reported.
.lav- been In tho habit of favoring Flss _- !
r'*err ninon-; horse dealers, whose orders have
oeen large ar.d profitable. Since March 1 .
last Flss & Doerr have sold to the Street Clean- j
lng Department 2C0 ashcart horses at t'i'-O a head. '
They have also sold eight horses to the Fire De- I
partment at $.00 each, and two horses to the I'ark J
Department at SSS each.
John A. Henry, veterinary surgeon, of No. 103 j
East Thirteonth-st., inspected the Street Cleaning ,
Department horses for that department, nnd George
Y. Whitsun made the inspection for the Finance De- I
partment. Michael Kennedy, superintendent of |
?stables, test Hied In erich case that the price charged j
was reasonable and according to the contract. The ,
street-cleaning horses average 1.300 pounds in weight ;
and are four to seven years old.
THK CHARO!! I'KNIKP.
While Flss & Doerr xv ero charging the city of Net
York these price-:, it is ass -rted, they were offering
to sell the same sort of animal** to a representative
of the city of Newark for prices ranging from H_E
to WABBA a head. If this can 1-e proven it would
Indicate that the city paid $.8,600 too much for
this firm's hor.* m.
Mayor Gilroy, when his attenllon was called to the
story yesterday, promptly denied any knowledge
or copartnership in lhe alleged swindle upon the
city. As soon as he had read the report he tele?
phoned to Commissioner Andrews and ordered
him to make a (borough examination of all charges
contained In thc statement referred to forthwith.
"1 shall not at tho bottom of this business,
said the Mayor, when he became more composed,
'?if there la any truth whatever In it. Bo (ar as I
am concerned, th.- statements are absolutely false.
I do not know tho linn ol Waa A Doerr or anybody
connected with either ol them 1 never was In
their stable but otic in my life, and that was several
months ago, when 1 went to purchase a hors.- for
mv own use. 1 didn't like th.* horse they sent mo
or the price, 10 1 returned tho animal, liesl.les. I
want to i*.iy most positively that l never directly
or Indirectly advised or recommended tho purchase
of horses oi anything else noni any particular per
Mt: AMMUEWI knows Montura OF IT.
Commissioner Andrews made a statement feater. |
day denying that he knew anything about the
matters charged. Only one horse, ho said, had
been purchased by his department since ho had
been Commissioner, and non.* had boen aold. The
horses of the department were Inspected by him
wli. n ho assumed otlicc. and he found th'in for
the most part largo, powerful animals in good
Tho Board of Estimate, Mr. Andrews said, al?
lowed for the year IM the som of 1250 i"r each
horse to be purchased, ar.d tho records show that
that sum was paid. Tho minimum standard weisht
for a horse for tb*> department was 1,1'" pounds,
and. so far hs ho know, all horses purchased were
above that weight, and some weighed 1,600 pounds.
The number of horses now owned by the Street
Cleaning Department ls ""7.
Qeorge Y. Whltson, Controller Myers's examiner,
sail yesterday thal he had Inspected thc h"i*i-,
and they were well worth the money pai'l for (h.-m.
Similar stock at prixnt-- sale, he said, frequently
brought J ", a ho;i,i. He doubted tho authenticity
of the Statement that Tito ?.- Doerr had offereil
to sell s reprt sentative of the city of Newark simi?
lar horses at HUSO each.
'HIV, Pl TU HXSJN Q A MAT 001*13 NOT UV. F.VNI).
Frank Fox, who formerly was second Mayor's
marshal, and ls a great friend of Senator I'lunkitt
and ex-Mayor Grant, ls the purchrnslng agent and
does the horse Inspecting for tho Street ("leaning
Department. He could not bc found yesterday.
At the department it was said that he was on
duty uptown inspecting some stock.
CONDITION OF THK LKPAUT-MKNT.
The Commissioners of Accounts made a report
yesterday to the Mayor giving the results of their
investigation of the Street Cleaning Department
for the period between Juno 1, USA, and June ?.n,
1893. lt was begun at C.mmlssioii'cr Andrews'*
request aft-r h.- had succeeded ex-Commlsstoner
Drennan. They reported the books an<! accounts
correct and place no Mame on Brennan tor tlie
deliclency which existed xvh.-n he resigned. They
commend improvements, which, they say. he mada
In purchasing horses and other supplies Under
Hans Seattle's administration, the report mys,
cart-horses '-nst $;>7 GO, against $2.'-i under Brennan;
driving horses, pto, against t_57 SO: sweeping ma
ch-hes. *r-i, .is against Iii"'; single harness. $_."..
?0 against $1!< 80; double harness. *.',.,. n. against
$42 .au-all showing a marked difference in llroitnan's
Hors-* dealers goner-llv regard *L'V, as a rather
exorbitant price for horses a I rates have been
ruling since tho beginning >.f the atone) stringency.
They give Ins' knees of the sile of the best .lr.ut_r.il
horses at flgurea ranging far below ti:.,.. Horse*
flesh has h.'ti a drug in the market for many
months, lt is eatlmated that In the sales io the
Street Cleaning Department quoted half tba
amounts paid by the city must have been clear
WM XT MU. .'is.s BATS
William I'iss, tha senior member of thc firm of
Fiss & Doerr, xvas s ?< n at his home, No. GS Lex
ington-ave.. last evening by a Tribune reporter.
Ito denied every statom- nt mad- lu thc story of
alleged crookedneaa in the street cleaning Depart*
mont as f.:r as lt referred to his firm. He mid:
"\\'e hav.- not boen favored by tbe city government
in any way whatever. Another dealer has been
selling mor- Fir. Department and as many Park
Dopa rt mt nt horses as are have. Thc* _6f> bones sold
to the street cleaning Department were sold for
Ss*', but when commissioner Brennan visited tho
stables h" cut the pries t<> MM Tho horses were
examined by four experts before they were accept?
ed, nnd then, after they had been In us- some time,
Controller Myers Ordered, another Inspection, with
the result thal eleven horses were returned to us.
The Street Cleaning Department has now th- Iln.-st
horses ever seen In the stables. Th- Bgre. mi nt wns
for LAW pounds weight, bul aome of the horses I
furnished weighed as much as 1,700 pounds."
Referring to the alleged offer nude to a man said
to repreaent the city of Newark in the purchase
of horses. Mr. Flss raid 'hat tho price stipulated
U42&0 v.;.: for animal* wetghlna between 1,800 uni
1.BD0 pounds, ll- express,-i lils desire to furnish
as manx- liahl horses as were wanted at that price.
Mr. Kiss denied thal the dur had been overcharged
on the Bales made l,e(we n March 1. UH, -md July
IS. MS, Th- animals were worth, ho said, much
more thin was received for (hem. ll was tru
Mr. Flss admitted, that tr x,.i work horses could now
be purchased for USO, but tho times, he said v.- re
responsible for that.
TO TEY ELECTION cases NEXT ItONTB.
thu govE-iBES (.i:\nd jinx-, ? ht.ook.,vn,
i...'lui ** not to hear tum CUABOBB
M-AIXR M'KXNK AND HIS
It was decided yesterday that all the Bases
Ftrowing ott of the lat., stect-M win be referred
to th- extraordinary Orand Jury, which xviii ba
Impan-ll-d on December \H. The November Grand
Jury decided nat to hear the cases of the People
-.gains-. M<-Kline and the People against Bacon,
which Colonel Batta and flSpei.lBUT McKane
sought to have considered this month. The Jury
will b*- discharged to-morrow. Bdward M. Shepard
met District-Attirn.-:,' Ridgway yeaterday, and h.*
was asked If lt would suit him to have all thr
cases go over to th- extraordinary term of Over
and Termlner, and h.- aaU lt would. This did noi
suit colonel Bacon, who was at tho conference
but he acceded to lt. While ihe counsel for McKane
was ..-insulting with the District-Attorney later the
Grind Jury adjourned until to-morrow.
The monov already subscribed for the prosecution
of the election cases amounts to $4,938.0.
REPl'l.' AX CLUBfl MAKR NOMINATIONS.
A meotlnf* of representatives of the South Harlem
Republican Club, the E. T. Bartlett Club and the
Republican Citlsens' Committee of the XXVIth As?
sembly District xvas held last night at the home of
J. D. OStwattr, Ko. VI East One-hundred-and
twelfth-st.. for the purpose of neminatlnr* a ticket
for the Kepuhllonn XX Vlth Assembly District Or?
ganization. N. K. Frnnk presided. The followina
nominations were made: Siegmund Kahn, lander
Of the XXVlth Assembly District; .lames M. Lur-.
mini, president of the district organization, j u
Johnston, firm vice-president: Prank Cahles, sec?
ond vice-president: J. EX Oiitwiuor. treasurer. John
J2. Schum-r.n, aecr-tary; David lien. sergeent*at*
arms. This ticket will be voted on at the primaries
which will be held December 12. A committee was
ordered to be appointed lo nominate delegates to
the County and District convenllons.
GKKSEAL KI.rtWlN C-UTICWMBD.
General Kerwin's management of the last cam?
paign In the XXVIIDIi Assembly District was
censured Tuesday evening by many speakers at a
me-'tinir. of enrolled Republicans, held at the Ham?
ilton Republican Club. No. 211 West One-hundred
and-thirtleth-st. l>s(ph Colter, the chairman of the
meeting In a brid speech, reviewed the situation,
and then gavejway to Julius Mayer. Mr. Mayer ra
ferred to "one man who ls a menace to the dis?
trict; who conducted the affairs of the party in a
circumscribe.! manner, and whose personal differ?
ences are retarding the progress of the party In
the district." In suggesting a remedy for the con?
ditions that prevailed. Mr. Ma ver offered the name
of Colonel T. C. Campbell for leader of the dis?
trict. Croat Rpplause greeted this statement.
Oeorge W. Kenney told of his experience with Ite
publtcan workers at th>- polls on Election I'ay.
"I charge this lack of system." he said, "against
Oeneral Kerwin." W. Winsor. Sumpter I_. Happy.
president "f the Brndhurst Club, and others also
criticised Oeneral Kerwin. A resolution was passed,
asking Coll.net Campbell io be thc* candidate for
loader of the Assembly.
ac, A inst A DISTRICT L-BAD-GR
The Wide Awake Ilepubllean club of the Xth
Ass'-mbly District xvlshes to depose Its district
leader, William K. Daly. A special meeting was
held last night at X... M Hast T.-nth-st., the object
of xvhicn was to hear the report of the committee
xvhlch was expected to bring in some radical
resolutions touching party reorganization. After
President .1. \\'. Reichelt had called the meeting
f> .'tiler and the minutes of tho previous meeting
had been road, th" resolutions were laid before
th.- meeting, reciting that Mr. Daly had not fol*
lilied his promises and obligations, that ho ha.l
wilfully neglected to furnish maana to carry or
auccessfully the organisation, and In former year
I.nd, through the instigation of John H. Nugent
aaciiflced good candidates, in view of these fact
lt was resolve.) ti
fended the report. A motion to table tho resolu?
tions xvas lost by a small majority. The resolutions
Wara then adopted by a majority of two.
RESULT! OF THE PROVIDENCE ELECTION.
Providence, R. I., Xov. St.?Full returns of the
municipal election show Olney (Hep.), to be elected
by .11 majority, ('.ranger (Dem.), for City Treas?
urer, was elected by ll.*", plurality, and Cummings
(Dm., xvas elected Overseer of the Poor by NB
plurality, (lardner (Kepi, for Harbor Master, was
elected by Ml plurality. The plurality amendment
to tho constitution w,,s approved by a vote of
over s.ooo in excess of th.- requisite (hr.-e-rifths.
A FF A IliS IX BROOKLYN.
A NSW BRIDGE THROWN open*.
The new bridge over the Wallabout Canal In
Waahlngton-ave, was thrown open for public use
yesterday. It is a sliding drawbridge and weighs j
1.'..'. tons, lt runs off diagonally on rall tracks
ami can be opened aad closed with great rapidity
and ease. The new bridge is forty-five feet wide.
fifteen feel wider than the old turntable bridge lt
bas iv,, cariaceways, ai.d a footway on each I
side. The appropriation for th.- work xy.is (SO.OOO,
.md it has been completed tor this sum save a
permanent building fm- the engine and machinery,
which xviii inst 16,000 mot-.
GATHERED ABOUT THE town.
Clarence a. Henrlquea, one of ihe salaried Eridge
Trustees representing New-Tork, has ben assigned
to the duty of looking after tho r-nts for Krldge
property, in place of Thomas H. Terry, who was
paid 2'-. p.-r cent on the moneys collected Mr.
Henrlquea xviii receive no extra pay for this work.
Coal Inspo.-tor Weeks reporls that In the last six
months he has weighed M'l tons of coal, and that
th're w.i i ia per cent of short weight. This monto
h.- weighed loo tons, representing Bfty-two dealers.
He found M lons correct. ? tons short In weight
and fl tons over xv.lght. V. ll. Erith had - tons
each KO pounds short In weight, and complaint
against him ls pending.
Tho Commissioners of Charities and Correction
adopted yeaterday the resolution propose,) hy Com?
mission.r Got! la-t xveek, asking the Supervisors
to take such action as ls needful for turning the
County Earm at St. .I'.hnland over to the State
for the car-- of tho county insane by the State.
The jewelry store of Julius Morro, at Xo. 229
Court-st., xvas entered by burglars .arly Tuesday
morning, and property worth tSOO was carried off.
It Included opera glasses, rings, bracelets and other
Tho late Daniel W. N'orthup. a well-known
lawyer and a member of tlc- Ito;,rd of Klucatlon
itt tio- time of his death, left directions In lils will
for the gift to th.* Hoard of Education of a fine
series of framed photographs of famous foreign
buildings, to be hung in the Girls' High School
Complaint was made against Police Justice Hag
gerty yesterday for failing to file the record of a
j conviction made on Monday with the County Clerk
Immediately, as required by law. The matter will
be brought before the General T<rm rf the Supreme
Tho eloctrio light? In som-* of P.r.oklyn's trolley
cars aro arranged as a single circuit, and an ac?
cident to one lamp extinguish-s all the nth-rs, and
Paves tho rat- with no light except that ftunl-h'-l
\ by the ..ll lamps, of which there ls one at each end
; of the car.
' Th,- regular weekly lecture and demonstration
before the Photographic Section of tho Hrooklyn in?
ri stitute xviii not bo bl ld this evening.
IS THE FIELD OF spouts.
RESULTS AT NORTH NNIQBK.
A Braal crowd attended lbs mesa nt Meeta Rsi asa
yesterday, tht Issi day bal ons "f ti"- BBreHaa, The
weather was delightful, :i"-l ?< load card, mads ap "f
n.-i-i. it..-., rnrnlshed doss snd exelttai > saleem, ???
j run >.rr. Th* "iv., mi ia- mager serelea tai bees sboltshed
ic. tht roeitag. ni' nt. a ri-1 a booh eaersslrety for tbs ase
of women ha* beea established in die grand stand. It la
said di-'.' lhe .-*? ittoa -,?- Bred ot poyina ths ?!?
n.i.ai'i..i.h ?>( their "iii-ci wi?timers. Therm mat ? m m
I ilra-vilii* f'.r I.ktnak.ni -iii. I- v.* r.i-la- mil I * i >
three ??l tia- frat.anny called tli.- edda, li--,-- ara ina
l-'iri-t rac. S.-llini;; f,,r beaten heTSCSi "Ix fiirl'-riiK.
Earl) BloMom ?? m .*. and ?'? lo tt, in*', xx i.i-i. ii ,-.
:. an'i I t" .'.. second; Confederate, tnir-l Mendicant,
Berwyn, XV,..*! Ii"i-|? r. Bil Oenrge H. Plenty, Kn
Kind. Peralto, Nativity, Mohican, Happy M .tl aiei ?_i__-u
!,i,,i als-, nm. Time I '.?"??.
_.iai rac* Bel I Ins: far beaten two-year-olds' flee
furlongs. Major O-neral, X lo 1 and .1 t., I. flr-t. 0
T.|x..n. ll lo .'. and ? t? '.. leci-nd: l--ck*nlfT, thlnl.
i:i,..-i.-n Illari, Hawk, Jakie Joaepha, Inspector C..
Rprlte, I..-I Nor!*. Beerie Bmlth, Tiger, Sat,;,lc K--l?-ma.
Jim Blaine and Repetition al*., ran. Tim.- l >?.'.
Third race Bellini: special weights; .tx furi.-ng*. Tar
tar:.m. 1 lo 2 and out, lil*,; MatM- lt," k. 2>l lo 1 .''tl
>, i_ |, second; i',,kin'>. third. TrlngU, Asrael, Vagabond,
Maggie Bmlth, I. ". v., Spartacus tnt 'lia n.i* gelding
also ian. Time 1 -"
i""iir,!. race Handicap; "ne mlle. Houndmnre, VJ lo I
,-i n' I 4 to 1. Brat; Bel Demon lo, C to 1 uni _ ," 1. sse
ond; Marshall, third. sir Knight, Ths Ironmaster,
Comanche, ChUwIck and Undi <' alao ran. Tin..- I M,
I "i ft li raes '.'??? -'ii 'ocr. eoe lal weights; *n tallong-.
Wsmpeao, 7 t-. .*> and - '" ?'?? am; Uoastaka, t t,< i sad
fl lo .'.. ?_eond; Rival, third. l>:.uni|.-iw. Kerry Qow and
i Kolan Hood also ran. Time I _l.
.-,\-ii i.e. Belling; aeven fmionir-.. I><iiin<-. .'. t.. 3 nn.i
4 to ... i.i*t. Oporto, _ ,'. I aad '?'? lo ... *eeond; Brasoa,
third, Lonsdale. Willis I... Woraner, .1 MrLangalla, Dr.
j J.-kyll and Halcyon alt" ian. Time? I'ABKi.
NORTH Kl'.HCKN KNTI'.II'S roll TO-nAY.
l-'irnt moa s.-iiinir; ?i\ and ? half fartanga. Peralte,
lin;; nativity, 100: Plenty, I'*'- Mendicant, Wi, Con
int.n>I .ti. lix';. liii|ii<liin mir, BB; Vespasian, KM; Wan?
derer Bee-md, l?:t. iiu-h ?'. IW: Firefly, IM; Mamie
H. ll, l?'.'!. Balnn, -. I*; Deceitful, BB.
So-, ni rac. Kelling; mi furl..uk*. Copyright, ll"*:
1 S|.ilailon, ll?; Bbelly Tuttle, 113: I'olydora. m. Mar
m.,"-. IOU; Early Iflosaom, IW; Mabel Olen*, I0B; One,
107: Lavena C., 104; i.nardo, IW; Mary s. l"i.
Usn ii Maid, l?i. Florinda, W; Red Croea, M; Bappho,
I Tlilr.l race Belling; Bve furl..nu". Ooldea I.-.**, IIB;
; lirum Maj..,. IW; Black Mawk. IW; marting, I'd Run?
away, um. Innocent, 102: Token, IW: llyaway, W; Oeorge
r Bmlth, W: Rlber-on, BB; Oeorge frlxon. W; Blue Oe rt er,
li'..; Harcasm, '.>?*. Bloaotn, '?ii; rtorencc [Mckey, pr,.
Fourth race Belling; ix snd a hall furionga. Lord
Harry, IIB; Melba I"..: Ham Alonso, um. Double
Crosa, IW; Alrplant, HM; Belwood, Uti. Aral.. IW;
lam n Blosaom. IW; Integrity, IW; Melanie, IW; M >?
biran, l"-i. Wheeler, IW; Conf-derale, '.is.
Cirili race Helling; "i"- sails and sta rmi,,mn.
Chauncey, IW; Manu* los: Ht, Anthony, IW; ia.
dom, '-'7 The Ironmaster, ihi; Kaldlvar, '.m;; Headlight,
SS; Slr Rae, PO; Aerolite, WA; Tom Bmdmore, Itt; Per
tlatence, W; Happy Mall. 77.
Blath rr.'" s.-llin'.', *<in and ? half furlong* Vagabond,
ISO; Woodcl.per, lau; Eclipse, 130; Willi- I,.. fjo; sir
Oeorge ll. IW; Fiaiik I. Vin, I'.-kln.i, 130; DsUyrlan
1.7, Btonlngton, r.'7. J, McLaughlin. 137; M.** Kitty
1_7. Kort Worth, 138; Worms*., 138; Halcyon. 133.
TMK WINNKItS AT B-EKIONOR.
WashlriKton. Nov. W.-The raeln?? nt Hennings
tO-daS xxris fulrly Interesting, there helni; Rood
fields and liberal speculation. The attendanw mu
; the best of the meetlnK, the track fairly Rood, and
; the xveather splendid. Stimmnrlr-s:
First race?8clltl-S; four and a hnlf furlongs.
Pharley Wilson won. Tom Harding second. Cap?
tain wagner third, time f-tT
Beooad race Malden two-year-olds; fixe furlongs.
Yucatan wort. Fottowattonte second, Hartford
thlid. Time--1 'i-l1.
Third race?Hrriidlcap; one mlle. Lopan won. Liz
i ste secon.l. Kfjulty third. Time?1:45'..
Fourth rael?Handicap; two-year-olds; six fur?
longs. Aun-lian won, Factotum second, Se'auket
third Time -l:lT'-?.
Fifth mo Belling; one mlle and a sixteenth
Bessie Olsland won, F.loroy s.-eond. Bess McDuff
Sixth race Beaten horses; selling; six and a
half furlongs. My Qypa won. Flay or ray-second,
TopfMiiant third. Time-\iSL
END (SB Till: HAWTHOitNK SKA-V.N NKAU.
'*hl-*a?o, Nov. m.- Thi re wi* no racing at Haw?
thorne to-day on account ,,f the xveaih.-r. Itarlng
will com- to an end with th- v.."l; and xxiii be
whir.->th.<J(f.^i,''lnK this y.ir a Hawthorne, for
stake. ,io,i n,?.K" lu,""< Aaaoclatlon has paid in
n.w at V hJh '' **ir-v--?- Mi-ny of the -Ublea
.he Pent nt m._2? wl" ?<** "- Fast Ht. IaiuIs. all.
the g.Tw horses'"win*"1 K') '" New-OHaana Only
will be a hie lot T'.'t***0 ", N"w-( irleans, for there
city meeting whir.t,E'"lw'B hoT*** ?*- ,h<- Craatsaol
WgRrowiiSy" N the be"1 lh*1
A Feast of Good Things
One Pound of Cleveland's Baking Powder
will make everything in the following Mat:
12 apple fritters,
C c rum pets,
1 suet |,u,l,line,
12 English mutlins,
15 op tr rolls,
1 Boston pudding,
1 chicken pie, or
1 spice cake,
1 Dutch apple
?0 tea biscuit,
1 chocolate cake,
20 batter cakes,
1 orange cake,
1 ice-cream cake,
1 coffee cake,
I cocoanut cake,
1 loaf ginger bread,
1 Minnehaha cake,
1 apple pudding,
8 snowballs, ^_
1 cottage pudding, pudding,
M-rion Hnrlnnd, Anther of " Common f-rnre in tito llniiselioW,'' yi??**?,
Fchrnln-S 1W2: "A like quantity of CtoretolHl'a Brttaf P^J^P"
faith"? -md does belter work Wu any other of which I have knowledge.
It ia therefore cheaper.''
Cleveland's Baking Powder
Most economical and absolutely the best.
12 corn tnnffins,
6 baked apple
1 fig cake,
1 roll jelly cake,
20 Scotch scones,
1 pound cake,
1 lemon cream
PBOMIXENT ARRIVALS at Tin; hotels
FIITH AV*CNUB-J*_et-M 0<*r,,Ke Fill'-*. Jr.. Of tba
I'nlt.sl ."?tilths Supreme Court; Alfred La Obeli, H. Inim
Mlaleter ,.t Wnlilaalon. -.n.! Oongmamu Jamea D.
M.Cr.-aiy, Ot K.-ntic kv, lill.HI'.V Victor I'. l...?.tote, et
Chleaae. II..I*K.M.\\ -I.l.-ii. natl' <;-.v.-rn.ir William V.
Sic .-lian. ,,f liuftalo. BT. JAMI:.- I:, i.ali \\ il.uu*. ,,f
\\ .-- ..ii,.:! -I. ['. C.
WHAT IS GOIHd o\* TO-DAT.
Y-I<*-Prlnci*t<in taetball niutcli. Manhattan Kl-l-l, 2 p. m.
Hagaubeek'a irarotd animal* thom, Tattera-Jl'e, h p. m.
iir..aii>\\..i) r..nt??ts. M:i.l,*..n Panam Oerdeu, I p. ax
BeptM Boya1 Brlgadi 12th Reel mem Armory, I p. m.
,'"iii|.nnv a. tt Regiment iruti Volunteer*, bell Ko.
IPS Bon l-'lfty-'iftr. ??(.
Opening Of World*. Fair Prl_<- Winn-:*- EspoaltloU,
eran,i Central Palace.
lliit.Kaiiii Ladlea' AM Society p"iin<i r.irty ani r- p.
lint, Arlington li.ill J. p. m.
W.il SI,I.- C-Muin I?lr*|.. tiK.iry lti?r?ctl,ii), No. 12- Wael
tony aecond -' . _ ta I p. m.
Noonday pruj.-r meeting, So. 1 l.*t _*ult-i.-_t.
Hackett, Cnrli.irt * Co., the dothlert, gave each
Of th.-ir li""' rutter-,. tmptOyOt rmi 1" .il* "f families
in their manufacturing department a Una turkey
for Tbankagtvtag, evn tending t'. tome who nra na*
Tba H.irir'l of Kxcisc li..- pan-ei reooluttona In
memory "f Major Theodora Bf, Greig, na Ina]
in thut department.
Th.- Park ('"tiitiiisninneri- yeaterday fi*' i \v ?
day, ni ii ... m., fur a jmbiic bearing on the ii ri. ?
Tho Rev. Dr. Henry vu Dyke, rn*tnp of tbe
crick Preabyterlaa Church, Ko. OS Plfth-avi . hi*
been elected ono ot the tv.-, chaplain- o( st.
Ni- h.'i.i*. Society, to aerve arith Blahop pottei
Michael Henn. n track -lrivr. r--rt\ yenra "il
nn'i unmarried, who bad no home, dd i yeal
in ll" ll.vi- ll"*.'.it .1 fr,.in ,i fia- n.i. I
he austaloed oa July H by falling ai tbe corner ot
s.-vont..-nth-Kt. nnd Avenue C. Hla hody n
mot ? l i-i the Morgun.
Th.- funeral of Charlea B. Lord who committed
miiI. i'l** Ht his room, Na l_ Baal Twent) nlntl
Sunday night, whj beld lay morning al IO
k in tho Chapel of tba raltn ratty Ptoce P
byterinn Churdy The li-1 Dr. I ?
pallor "f th- chorch, officiated. The burial waa in
thi- family plot al On
Policeman Laka, of the Broadway oqtmd, t-i ?rt( 1
at Police H.-ri'i.iiiritt'ik yeaterday morning th.
.l.-nth in st. Vtncrat'a Hoapltnl ol Alfi, I H ?
i-rir. fourteen ycart old. of Na, i-i Ba I Ow hun*
drod-nnd arrtnth-ati On Monday tbe boy waa
eruahed al Broadway aad Btteechei
cable car No H an.l a truck belonging t.. Jam, ?
Leoaont \- s.m. ,.f No. ttl Cratrt-ot. The gripman
jam- *< Lynch, wa I balled om
ls n>.\v walting toarreai hun. Lynch la th. gripman
nrbo bad chun.f ear M w:..ii ll itruck down
policeman Kane al Broadway and Bprtng-tt. iw >
Mr*. N'.irnii Malone, fifty yean old, ?t No I*?
Ka-t Nineteenth at., ai r fell Into Itu I
River al Twenty-thtrd-et. yeaterday nfl n ?n, and
?raa n icued by ber buobaad wu-, tooh ?
after aha bad been a ohorl time ni Bell, rue Hospital.
A woman about Bfty yeara old, who was ?*>?n>
poaed t" I-- a vagrant, waa i in over and killed on
th- pier "f the Newbui t Ti
tba North River early yeaterday mornlni Nathan
1 Dorman, driver f"r s. T. Levy, i d, ilei In I
un.I .-kkk nt N". ?'?? Av. tuc- (', 'Ip,-.-? ,i t.itn .ucl
I truck >'S.r th- winnini with..ul ?>? ? 1 r.?_- her. lt wea
j auppoaed thal the woman had been aaleep on ih.
pier. Sh.- was r-nil alive when ba waa pick, I up,
hut -ii. -i .ii after being carri* I I ? the ( tuunbera
I street H.,-j,(tai. Dorman waa ..ii ?? i
John Duffy, llojoor teller al Twentleth*tt. and
Thirteenth :.\c. WM convicted "f naanull In tht
thlr-i degree In Oenernl Beattona yeaterday f"r hi*
attack "ti lt. .1. Ilaire, (h.- lawyer, ..ti May IS,
Judge Martino remanded Puffy f"r tratence.
A l.it.r fr..in Auguttut st. Qaudene, tbe tculptor,
wai read tl th- meeting of the Park Boord yea?
terday, tnylng thal lt wat conetdert i tu m lo
mian allghtly the Nathan Hale siren-, and ? king
permlatlon to add t amati block i" tbe pi i- -? ?,
Th<- reqoett waa i? f.-rr- -1 to Superintendent Paraona.
At th.- annual .llnn>-r of tho Pr- Obyti-rlan I nton
n.-xt Monday, ;.t ASA p. m., at th<- Hotel Bi in
wick, the tponhera will be Ihe Rev. Dr. i> J. Bur
ii-ii gad the u-y. |,r. J, R. Davita and otttert, Tbi
miltie, i.y tho Hlmtfrtft stunk' Bund, will oona! ?
of Italian rad Bpaal h national aha and f"ik tonga
Tlehett may i.btataed fi"in tho Secretary, l-'. a.
Booth, No. i'< Bal t Btxteenth-at.
Admiral Blanton, who waa auapended fr.'t-i thi
command "f tho I mth Atlantic st.iiion for mlutlni
tho lug nt Admiral Mello, w.is expected t" arrivt
bera yeaterday on tho Whit- Star ateamer M ij, '?
Ha .ii'! not arrive on thal rennel, bowi rer, tnd li
xai'i ia have taken pateage from Southampton oa
tho North Oormaa Lloyd tteamthlp Bpree( whick
win get up to her pier this morning,
Lieutenant Bdurard s. farrow, of Barnegnt,
N. .1.. and Hiram V. Downing, agenl tl No IA
Broadway, were prtaonera la tho Tombt Police Court
yeaterday afternoon, on ti"' charge of perjury,
Th.y were arreated by Policeman O'Connor, of thi
Tomi)*, Bgnodi al tho Inttaaca ..f Bdward M
Murphy. ?.f No. ll Wail-st . countel for Ihe Holland
Trutl Company, Ladrabers, Thalmann .. Co., and
others. Tho cane lo aa outcome "f the famom
Barnegal Park di put-, tnd waa adjourned unti
Dacomber ., ball belag ftaad at H.0N each.
M >NK i; KS.
Union Thanhagtvtng mrvlcet will be held thia
mornlni' at ll O'dOCk at the I'.rsl Ri form, ?! I "hui ch,
Yonkers. Tho chwcheo imiiitiK art the w ? I
min*-t.-r Pretbytertan, Daytprlng Preabyterlan,
(Warburton Avenue nnd Nepperhan ivrauo Baptl I
Firm an-i Central Methodlal and Pirti Reformed,
Tho termoa arlll bo delivered by tht Rev, B. Parket
i';i-:m..ti. of the Central Methodltl Church. Then
Will also hf Thhnks?lvlnK Mrvlcet al tht Pirti
Proobytertan. st john's Bpltoopal tad M
BaptlOt Chnrchoa. , . , Tho City Club entertained
a ian**-- number of invite, ku**!- nt a "boona warm?
ing" In Its h..n'!*"'m'? n< m CtabhOOOa In South Bl 'i'l
way last evening. ... A tpedal nik-i-tinK; of lb,
H...tr-i of p..ii.-- Comml-Qhmirt was ho;.; yeaterday
afternoon, the apedal purpoot of which u.,N io eitel
a eecr-Mary an.l treasurer, rn ihnt wnrrnnt.* < iuM
he drawn for ti,-* payment of tho police foci
November. . . . The l.<*n Aaaoclatlon will give .,
minsir. l an.! viiii'i'viii.- entertainment a9 Teutonia
Hill io*alghl . . The Pnlfaadt Bowling Clul
haa iin-par.-.i its winter programme. The Brm
Saturday night of tack tu-.niii wtu i, known ni
clul, niKht. Friday nixht trill !>.? "Ladlet1 night."
A pm.- turk* > lournameal will be held to-day
from in a. tn. to 1 p, m. . . . The Minuet Cirri,
gara a raeoptkm al IVIssta't Hall hui ...
? ? ? Th.- Warln-r l-'lr-- lltlr,aile h*-|,i ? .,,,,;
ut thc M.,t?,r Hull ll..t.-l. . . . st Paul'a Oulld
Kav.* un . ni.riainit'iit at the Woman's Inatltutc
? ? ? The annu-.l hall of Hudaon Hum.- Comoany
No I, **a?, h.-l'l In New Teutonia Hall |,,?, ', ,,'
John A. Altboehn war, .loor rnaiU-ger .uni j0|,? M
?cnoldlnf ejibUtant. . . . Tba iuiuual hurt un.
boonda chane will I.e held to-day. The start will
h.- from < >aki m la Cemetery al - a. m.
Thankagivlng Pay exercises In the Fifth Avenue
Grammar School al Mount Vernon wera baM yes
t.i.iriy, under th" direction "( Superintendent
Nichole rini th- teachere, Thc large ar.semhp-n.om
waa trimmed with autumn I area and berrico nod
decorated with frulta and vegetaWea one of the
f. arni. - of ih- occasion v. i*r (h.- contribution! of
il- rhll'lren t-. th.- Hureau "f Chatittea, through
which many i.? famlll, will receive Thankagivlng
? Him.,-, 'iii- iMij.ii- u-r- told to bring each only
.,n- article. Th- collection ama placed on a large
table in 'n- t". m ot rh- Board of education, each
pupil reciting n r|tiolatlon aa he or sh.- deposited
th- -ifl. l-'rult. v.. I.-! I- *?? and cum' I K.la III ll
?? were given, the total amounting bi
yalu- t.i nearly Boo. The Behool rxerciaea began
v ith a hymn, "Wi f?!?.rii. -1 the Melds and Scatter,"
by the achool, followed with reaponalve r-n'llnKS.
Then enme the hymn 'America," preceding the
lo the flag. !:? f Anderdon read an original
Itlon on tl. "Origin of Thankagivlng Day";
.* ?'i| Pi al>l -nt Washington's
ti. ink ? ? i rm ci,.ti. i leorge clark rend
l-i. ii. ur Cleveland' Thankagivlng proclamation;
Annie Ruan, recited "The Kirai Thankagivlng";
Kahler recited tl," "Thankagivlng Ode." and
\> irie I'-i.'*," rea I a composition, 'The Odd New*
I Pinnet adanted from Harriet Beecher
st..?-? "Old Town Polka." The "Star*apangled
; ' v. a th. ii 'ir .. b) th'- .sch" '1.
Th? clfv recently boughl th- property at No. ttl
llil-'ii-t. f,.r the purp '?: building an cnKine
All ti-.-- tenanti lui moved oul excepl tn
eccentric old man named Hugh O'Neill, whose
age is seventy-tbre ?-? ira He kepi a little atora
on the r.i I fl ?' ?'? I gav* ta -, renton for not
movlna thal ' ?'. ? I ( id pul him there and when
.; ! kimi- I Mm lo move IL- would take him."
*,..,:.,- ? , |old th-it the h"Use was
lo be lol ll 1 "I uii"** I'll
Kel rn) br, akf_ I ' ? I H, iel aboul cooking
the meal aa Ihe a rkmei hogan to dig under Ihe
?ri", n of learinn
huiidini - ? ' ' ie exeat itlon cauaed
? fall In md o *-.'? Il wa burled under
? h: i,- a. '-ral of hli rica an I one
i,K were broken, ii i Me face wa* icily >-m il?
ls no** .. ?-'? Pi ncl - H epltal in r. .-ntl.-.ii eon*
little hope for hla re, overy.
? ? ?
? il "f ex-Mayor Henry -i Tatoo was
ling place at his
No I Part Pin. ?. thi B? v. Pr. Dnvtd
Watert officiating Tha pnllbearero ortro VJeorge
r. ? :.. Albert ci twin. John T. Dryden. Harold
Ailing, John ll .<?'-?. Oeorge A. Halsey. i..-.,n
I. 1 - - - ? ?, ? , ?.-?? V !?'? irv. Mat
1', . Nlrhola* Vanneaa and l"'in Whart.-n.
Th.- burial waa in Mount Pleaatnl Cemetery.
-then i Meeker, prenldenl of tht New-Jemey
\\',,tii. Kali Commlaalon, mid yeaterday that
th- commission ?? v walting for blda for
lh. Nu I. i ? . State Building In Jackton
Park P a i:.I in- .H l. the b
i would be aold If n i satlsfs lory | rice was named,
the building v. .ubi I --.\:i and brought
? . ?? -? ,-. rid probabl ei -ted -.' the Sen
>;"t Kn. - i ? . i i'i.irt-is for tho Gov?
NI vv BRI N'SWICK
The rum-ill meeting ol the Tenchera" Institute
of Midd ? ' whl.h has been In s-- -I-n
? ti Avenue llikh School, Nea
-,- li k, foi the la-, in i da] -. ended yt ati rdaj
afternoon The Inatitute wa* attended by over jew
t. ichera and v..is mo il Th- principal
r Boston, repre
r'litltiy th- Mai ,,,iii--!?- Htate Hoard of Kduca
lion and ll M Musson, rltj Superintendent "f
Claliifi-l'l Al li- .tx,-* were also rn ide l.v A lt
I'..land, N'.-w-.l-i-. State Hunerlntendcni "f
'i"tr Pr I. M. Oreen, of the Trenton Nor*
Count, H ip- iliii-ti'l.-iit ll li W illis
nnd I'rofeaaor t?.??-,.. Byan, aupeiintendent of
th- \. v. Brunawli k public - h
chl.-f ..f Police Tenn. \ arrived al BBaab* lb yi tel
? ii from Bnglandi bringing I.k with
hun Bwald Hutteman, th Inaui nee ageni who
I and her bi ilhei -<r I
left behind him -< wlf( and five children. The
-Ctrl travelled >? ll ill m.m'- wife She is only sev?
. ind h- i broth i lr flftei n, 'I heir ? we ipade
broke their mothn hi irt, and abe died over -,
weeh ..ii" Hutteman will i- charged with ab*
? Pi'ti'.n. and th-..- ;-. abm a romplalni "f emt
men) m.eic .ii..in -t nini i.> the Prudential Insurance
Company, which wa* Instrumental in securing hla
rapture and extradition Ile will be arrataneo thi
tn itiuii: in. i..nek* children, will be turn- -I over
io their fath.-r.
Edward Lovett, .. arealthy real eatate owner of
Hacken ark, waa drugged late Tueoday nlnht by
ime unknown p. t am, and has nol yet regained
cn-i,.usn- ii- i brother-ln*law <>f County
Clerk Taylor and .Put* a livery bualnesa. He
wa to receive $:.' " Tuesdaj evening aa perl p..\
m.-tit .ui ihe piii.ii.c. ol Louis Christie's hotel in
\ Main al., t"i' had nol done so. aid lt i* supposed
lb person or person* drugged Mr. Lovett with
ih- Intention ol robbing him.
Mi i /. / .Y E I Y TE L li I0 EX CE.
Sun rind 7 ni .-run leta I ::i Moon rises ...|Moen*t a?e 22
RIOB WATER TO DAT.
, \ M tandy Hoot " lllrtov, l land 1 Vi 11.11 (late rt.nfl
IM Hand] ii-a. 1. "i ?;???. latund 1:311 Hell <;.it? 3:17
1 MOM I.Mi STEAMERS
Vessel. Prom Mn*.
r'l-- .llremen, Noi ?.".'.NC 1.1.0,1
Italia.st. tun. Nov IS.Bcandla
lirii-W. DECEMBER I.
1.1, c , i.Liven.I, Nov SS.Cunard
gATI BOAT, DECEMBER '_.
N---tri .('..lon, Not W.CUnmblaa
Kuevl.i .Han-burn Non IO.II..111I. Am. r
Niagara.Nassau, N -\ n.N _ \ i'iiI...
Vessel. I.in.-, dr Malla eteee. Veaaal aaUa
Meal ... gpatt iii-,-, s.i.i'i i:.-.. "nm ..nt liOOin
('..lumbla, Bamb-Amer, Naples. I M a tn li, .lu .. iii
I M. l.i i.i. N.'li Am. i. lt ll.i.lum. noon iii ||:00a ?
PRIDAT, DECEMBER I
Llcbnlta, Lamport A Bolt, IMO Janeiro sun a m M40 a rn
Antllla, Bahama ga co, Nassau. 140pm j:,Kipttr
gATVRDAT, DECEMBER 'J.
N 0 Lloyd, Bremen. (Pto a rn I ft: tm a m
i leane, 1 i. ?. Trans, iu, rc ... 7 SO a rn li '?> a m
i'm..in, Cunard, Liverpool. 0:90am I 00 i* ni
Thlngvalla, Thlnaviila, Copenhagen .10:00am 1240 m
Ailsa. Atlas, Kingston, eta.1040 am 12 AB m
r.ii.,.*. N V .?- . ?ii".a. Havana. ll roo am t.nOpm
i'-1 .nland, Red Star, Aire.-ip.ll :00 am 1*00poi
M..a*.i m.. Neth-Amer, Rotterdam. ...1140a m l .no p ni
Turn.-.-ii. Anchor, Olaaaon.11 am a rn l:Wptn
z.i.m.i.m, Neth-Amer, Amsterdam_1140am 140pm
sh I PEI Si; sews.
PORT Or NEW-TORK hTBDMEaOAT, NOV. W, IMI
-teamer Mameluke IBr), oill, Kmhaahan gsplamber ?
Pi..i..linn-. K, .*?-aiiaiava ii. Joana 17. tantarana 3S,
i olonirm l>tohei ,(, p-n ?*--.,i.| _i. Alders November 1
|; .'?* -?'? ? ".tm lo --i-l... \.-.*?,.| t., ii Mani.,,,,
I-. All.. -I Bl III' Ital lil Ul a iii
Hi. ..i-i europe .lin. lt.,blr.Mnn, Non<to& November Ifl
vt'ii mdse t. National Lin, Arrived al the Har ai
11 .'. |. m.
M. am.a Maa -iv . 11. >. Cn - ll. I,I ,-i|??,| N,,.-nils-r **,
i.ii -.-!,-1.. ? -i ." arith mdse, lin flrei IM aecond calm
?ml 393 neera - \m <? a- ei ?- I] Maitland Kersey, Ar
n\-.i al "I"- Ha, al *>::.'? .. m
.**'? ?'ai -r i uni ula .1 . Harris Olaagoa November lt
.M-Mil- iti, willi in.i- and | >.*?ci>. (.. Henderson llr..B
Arri ed st the Rai it ll lo p m.
si,-.,i,,-. in.ian, .i.iii.ii. [-pvrtea, Rotterdam Novembsi
lg, arith mdae snd tl ?"-. rags paaseagera lo Fun. li. K.iy.
/. .- Arrived SI tl.- liar h, i Pi a M
.-i. un.a California (Br), Miidii-ll, Trlteta Oeteber '-?">,
l-'iuin. -<>, n,.ii-tt.i Neveaabar I. _i.ui l, M*-.?ina t,
Gibraltar 12, with mila** nn.i 1 rubin paaaenaer to Hender
BOa l'.r..s. Arrive, at ttl** ll,ir nt 12:#? a m.
Steamet lt..bini- ,ltr>. Laat. Ootirentl October 6.
>'iiinn.a lt. M.-aslni. 2s. Benanga November 24, with -.!???
t" phelps Itt..-; reaael la J C S-ss-ur. Arrived at the
Har at tl .. m.
Steamer Fritters (Ur), (Ulla.-I, Almeria November ll,
Gibraltar 12. with fruit t,, oMsr; ve*._el to Barber A
i'n. A rr I v.*<1 at tbe Mar at BAB p m.
Steamer Weser (Geri. Bomana, N;ip|es November ll,
with mdse and r>T. attempt passerine.* to Oelrichs A
CO. Arrival at the Mm at 2:.'(o t> m.
Ot ra aler Vega (Port), Coelho. I,i.h?n Novaaabar l. Donia
ll. .?nilla ll. Ht M.. Iia.-l* lt.. with BSdSS and 22 MO
SSngara IO AaBS-tCk _: Ca Arrived at the Har at 4:43
Steam"!- CltJT nf Waahlngton, Hurley, Vera Cruz Novem?
ber i.i. Tnxpam 18, Tamptco is, Caaaneehe IO, Pmgnao
21. Havana SS, with m.ls- ami 2<i paassnaars to James
E Ward B C". Arrived at the liar at 10:20 a m.
"??teamer Kl Mar, Grant. New-Orleans, with nidae and
passengers to .1 T Van Sickle.
Steamer Yeniass.-e, McKee, .Jacksonville and Charles?
ton, with mOM on,I passengers to W P Clyde A Co.
glenmar Richmond, Dole, Wael Point, Va, with mdae
and peasennsra t<> om Dominion Ss c.
Ship JosephUI ("f N.-.vciistl-. Me), Honers. Hong KonR
1ST .lays, with nelse to Pendleton, Carver At Nichol*.
Ship .Mcphail ,G.r,, Knhlmann, Bremen .".9 daya, with
ni.i*- to 'iii.-..lor.- Rupsr k Cn.
Ship Slll.orh.-rn .Hr,, Gibba, St Lnzalr 22 days, In ballast
to J w Parker & Co.
.-hip Khs.* Kier), Boeretngt, LaoAoB. W diys, with mdse
tr. Theodore HiiRer 0 I'".
Bark Agostlno Renton Gtall. Basso, Smyrna 78 days.
with licorice and emery to McAndrews A Forbes.
Snn-ly Hook. D:'M) p. m. ?Wind SW; moderate breeze.
Steamer .'Ity of Para, Lockwood, Colon?Stamford,
Tarry. Herron & Co.
Steamer Sa rat..aa. Leighton. Havana and Matanzas?
Jun,"s K Ward * Co.
Bt-amer columbi.. (Ger). Vogalgeetang. Algiers. Naples
and Genoa-It J fortis.
Steamer Hrilll.int (Ger). Keller, Hover for orders?Oust
Steamer Alftoaqtttn, Platt, Charlestown and Jacksonville
-av i' Cljrde A Co.
Steamer Tallahassee, Asklns, Savannah?It L Walker.
Steamer Colorado, Evana Galveston?C ll Mallory A Co.
Steamer li M Whitney, Hallett. Booton -ll t Dpnoek.
Steamer Arapaho.- tfir). Wale, Newport News?Kunch,
'sr..imer Wv.inoke. Iloaz. Norfolk and Newport News?
Old lioininl.'n Ba Ca . _, . __.
Steamer Leibnitz (Belg), Graham, r.rnambuco, Bahia.
etc ?Husk -.- .l-s on
Steamer Dollrla (Bri, Baxter, Liverpool TtsnAarroa Dm*
Steamer Etona 'Hr,, "-'m-rlght, Montevideo and Buenos
A) rea- Norton A Son.
Sl'-amer Alsenborn, Lewis, Haltlmore?Il C Foster.
Steamer Sim-n Dumota (Nor), KanKz, liocas del Toro?
It Hil!lams. Jr.
Steamer Roanoke, Hnlphers. Norfolk nnd Newport News
? ?ii i ?-.minion Steamship Co.
Steamer B A Hinman (Nor), waamerg. Billaa Itmaa
Steamer Bl Paso, New-Orleans?J T Van si.-kie.
Steamer Norwegian (Hr,, christie, Glasgow-Auatln
Baldwin ft CO. . m
Steamer Mohican (Br), Cook. Havre-Harbor ft Co.
Steamer Ludsats Hill 'Uri. Brown. Lindon?Sanderson
? s' "? . w
si.-.m-r Mexico 'Span,. Al-many. Havana, etc?J M
Steamer Manhattan, Bragg, Portland, Ma Horatio Hall.
Steamer Hritannl- Gil Lahati-i. Nniles and Mar?
s' ill.*- lame* tV Elwell a. CO
Steamer I-ropeller, Orin""', lleCready, Port of spain?
Tb. hau I li:-".*.
Steamet De Rnytar (Belg), Meier, Antwerp-Kunch,
Edy. -. C..
Steamer Moravia (Geri. Wln-kler. Hamtmrif-R J Cort la
Ship vn-i (Ohm., Haabaaen, Bremsn?Oeerga Varr-l
Shin Olencova .Hr), Watt. V..l;..hama?Howrlna & Archl
i:,*-k PletHltO HUB. Mattantam, Irfia Palma*. Canary
Mund* Kunch. Edy* A- C.
i'.ark Curacao (Br), Bkangard, Winit_a_Udt? Fouike A
Hark Havana. Bice. Havana?W D Munson.
Schooner Oardner (Br), King, Surinam-.. L> Strauss A
Steamers Endsleigh (Br). Lisbon: Wyanoke. Norfolk
ind Richmond: Nacoochee, Savannah: Cans. South*
. ... pi n; Germanic .lin. liverpool; Baltrnm (Uri.
charleaton; l>i..mi.nt (Oer), Dover for orders; Rhyn
I ml (Belt, Antwerp; Osama, Chartcetoa; City of Tara,
Colon. Saraton, Ba\ ina.
Ship James Drummond for Bwatow.
NOTICE Tu MA ll IN KR.-*.
MMI'ING ROCK LIGH'I'.
Notice la civn that, "n or abonl Daecmber BL MM,
th- characteristic -f the fifth-order Unlit at I'umpini*
i:- 1 I.'i lit-Stiiil-n. (rest side of the .ti tra nc to New*
lied (ord Harbor, liussard'a Bay, Mesa will Le chnnf-eU
fr-ri fixed white t" tix?.| white with a Used r-d ?,-. tor,
T>. red rector will .-xt-n-l iron. Ni: ', N northwesterly
to NE \ V. .md will rover Minimum Ledge. The soiith
.??;k-' "f '!"? sector will cut Ulshaum i..*.li-<- K-ii
iii- .black) and au Ide clear ..f Mlaaaum Ledte. Th
northwester!; edge of the sector *Mil be tangent to
Ilea-in-fi ara magnetic, given approsimateljr, and (mm
..- ?? ? !
Hy -I ler "f th- Ught-Houae Board. J A greer.
Bear-Admiral, V S N. Chairman.
Wael Ingti ". Nov. 'J**, -jot,
THE MOVEMENT! Of STEAMER.*".
N. w-Tork, Jamison, fr.'tn New-Tork, arrrived
ni Southampton November m.
Steam - Latin (Oer), Hellman (from Bremen), sailed
fr :n - uthampton for New-Tork November 20,
Steamer lielawan IBr) Thoma* fr-m New-York No
i-enber <:, arrived al Avonmo-ith November -".'.
Steamer Kansas City (Bri, Jonea from New-Tork No?
vember IS. arrived at Bristol November 11.
St-samei Bindoo .Un. Douglas, from New-Tork Novem
i- r ii. arrived -1 Unit Noveml 28
.-'? imer Moldavia I Ut), Burnside .from Hamhurj).
?ailed fran Hvn for New-Tork November 27.
??.in? Taine (Br), Jones, fr-tn New-Tork November
I _>. for Liverpool, passed Klnaalt November '."??
Stearaei Wm heater IBr), Milburn, from New-Vork Na*
r fember ll for It-tiei lam. pusee-i Prawle I'-*int Noi ember
Steamer Fl Ronans Giri. Campbell, from New-York No
' vember lu for Liverpool, passed Browkead November -itt.
| Steamer Manhaaasi Gin. Dock, from New-York No*
vember 17. for Avonmouth, paassd Brosrbead November
Steamer Mohawk Gin, Wiltshire, fr-m New-York No
vember li for London. i>ns*--l ths Isis -f W'uht Novem*
I t**r ?.-,.
ill mer Virginia (Oer), B. heel, sailed fr-m st-ttin for
Nea Y-i \ November 'i'l.
Steam"! li vel lOeri, Junast, New-Tork via South*
ampton .rr,-..| ..i llremerhaven November -."?-,.
siam.T Veendam (Dui !". V'anderase, New-Tork for
! Riiiiantiim arrived -i i: il-sne n ? rn ts j:.
Steamer Mina;..! (Br), Harry, from New-Totk November
r) ," . i it Havre Not embi I -Jr'
Steamer Scandla iG-ri. KoftT. fr..m llamburn for New*
) di I fi rn Havn N .vi mber St
Steamet Werra (Oerl I'i'i. from New-Tork November
1* isl al (Jenna No* ember _??>.
si-.m. Oellerl (Uri Kaempff, sailed from Oenon for
N ?" \ ork November '-'*.
Sieam<*r ."uersi Hisi ? lOeri \ ers, from New*Tork
November ia ..i,i\.-i si Genoa N ? J*
? imer Empress of India (Br) Marshall for Vancouver,
Ii c. s.uie-1 from Ilona Kona November 'iv.
Miiii.ui'** Catitaya !?* a tonic, .tppotiz.T rtrnl
anti -in.i ar, ii, liol a BM'*** f!..iiiii!;.iit *-i\ DOttiet, il AO.
.s..- mci kci ike ,.?? linnie, l*: Broadway.
Blrepletrmeta, Indigentlon and Pain are hor
r.'i ? t-'-.i l-.n.-r* ..m. i i ..ic. alli a'ale
t*artrr*a Mali Ralasni tilt the i.air gmwth.
Pmu-jps' DtrtEsi nu.r. Coi oa
prod ? fe. i ii. sf li-ii'n. -- ..- a.i.'.net Ont nt t weight
.?nu ii linette, m ci'iini.n ?.(, ortlmrj.a*.
Hinhy A Ham i i.*-. M. D.
?,m> WEST B. Til-ST.
Dl?e?..e* of tl,.- Nerveua Nvatem, (leolto-CrlaaiT Organs,
Imt-teri y and Sterility. llorr*. b to 1, i to A
E .?v W.
A -..*? c.-ill-r.
E Jk \V,
Tho Itcctiff n ivett Stti min vd of Mott*
ern Plano Manufactures in
Musical mid Mcclninicttl
Dcccloifincnt mid Ar?
tistic A rcliiti'ctiii'c.
148 Fifth Avenue.
ALL ITHS MANI FACTl IMII) HY C. 0.
SHAY.NC. hm tba ll rn. nam.' In, thereby carrying
tho gu-ijiitcu of retlabllltr i"> and 130 Wost '.--Rt.
Orar.d, U-ir.gbt and Square.
ro nr*:T, DC-TAL-ll nts. an:> rrrtiANGrT).
Bth Avo..cor. 10th Bt_.V.T?
A Scene from tie American Revolution
Dr--ember I, 1713.
A llllinarrniil.li* plrture, In colors, 14 by I*
liichra, anllulile for ir.mil,iii, retircsrnllnis
u?'oiii*utel*r Hip fmiiotta aoene lu I'm un.?.-?'?
'fllii'lli, Nen-\ ..il, lilt. Dc.'inlier 4, 17**3
I'nlnl.-.l li*. II. A. Oml.'ti. nn aiitln*rlt>- ni
?i-t-iii-* of Hip \iurrli*iin Upi olnlloii. pv|tresNt>
' fur Tin* \p-iv-\ urU Tri lui ni*, ampi rlitlilpil. timi
i iililiiliuililp iilll> from '('lu* Tri limip, I'or
; Irulln uri* ultpii of \\ iihIiIiikIoii. Kii.i\, I'iiI.
I nu iii. MpiiIipii. I.Iii.miIii. ('Union, (iri-piH*. tun
Citrdniitlt. I.n ni li. anti lluui|ilirp>M. Tilts pip
inn* In lilMorl.-n 11 i p\ui-l, nnil Un* unl> ..ni
of Ulla mi-pup ii Illili ls mo. 'Mn- eoom anti
Hip I'li'i'niiiHlnuppH ari* rp|irpapn|p?| Just ii.
Ihp.i Hfrr, anil Un* i-olfopma arp .'i.rre.-l li.
i.- Iititlnu nail a r.inrll.-. lu rolls, poslaitt
prrpulil, by Mull. iO i run a repy. Aiidress
Our December Silk Sate
ON THE MAIN FLOOR.
JSWSJSStf Ll,,<,-*> Satins-anew
;i1;"iT.fahri<-,iff,lt a,m rtnrkcSI
or? ThLv were maminictured to
sell at $i.r>0 and $2.00. On ac!
count ol illght Imperfectiona. in
Home pieces, we shall place them
on sale at 75 cents and $1.00 a
Novelty Black Satin Barre*, at
?>.00.1>er * ? reSll,arl> ?o*<- at
5000 yards of Rich Novelty Silks
in Dark, Medium and Light Colors.
from $1.00 to $2-50 a yard. ^
7000 yards of Kith Dress Silks
Colored--in varied lengths, at
about 7o cents a yard; half original
IN THE BASEMENT
Extraordinary Values will ba
?i?!,r^? _____**__tal)lc *?u contain
Plain Scared Surahs, Figured In?
dia and China Silks, Velvets.
__mP00 ,>r<'MM Patterns of Novelty
Silks: Crystals, Duchesse. French
failles. Luxor* ami other desirable
and reliable weaves, at a marked
reduction in prices.
Shorter lengths for Skirts,
Blouses, Tea Gowns. ^
We advise an early examination
ot these goods.
JAMES MeCREERY & CO.,
Broadway and Ilth St.
ls $i 5.00
enough to pay for a fine Ov?
ercoat? No, not quite,
as a rule. But at our stores,
yes, decidedly yes. We
have two, a b'ue, and
,a black. Cut stylish
length, and made from
fa good beaver. Sew?
ed with silk, every
stitch; and our guar?
anty?sewed fast to both outside
and inside?goes with the coat.
Our fashion cards show how we mik*
dollies?send for one.
CARHART & CO.
VA.. %'. B'-tar Mow Chamber. St
: Store. lM 4 m B._.ayr cf)rMT Caaal gL
Our stores are opea to-day until noon.
IF IT RAINS
TH?- llodxiuan Rubber Com*
pany ?.?.iii keep open iheit
23rd St. Store
(adjoining 51I1 Ave. Hotel) for .1 few
hours in the morning to ac.ommodatc
thocc desiring to purchase ?
or any othef kind of a waterproof g&
in-iit to see the Koot Ball game in.
INTERNATIONAL YACHT RACES.?Th* etmt-T
ot rucb of tbe HMM nt pnat .fun, well tola
? ntl profuaely llloatrated. .5 ceuta.
ART AXD ARCHITECT! HE at the WOni.TV?
FAIR.?The ?ul> Kattie tn -?-latrine ?-til.li
dlacaaaea the plcturee and t.ull.Uuu*. of lita
Toto, Illuatrnted. 23 centa.
VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT.*-. Tito charmin*
nrtlelea by IB. <*. Northrop, the prime mover
In thia work. New-lurk City wen who wuut
to help beautify their iiufl.e limul In th*
coautry ahould read thia. *> i-enta n copy.
TRISTA.?Arnrutnrnta tn their favor br **? *"?
T. Dod al. Soll.'lti.r nf the Murninni Oil ('..?.
pany, und nrrj*-umciit uki.Iiki by T. V. I'ow.
derly. timmi Muster Workman of Ihe Knl?hU
ul Labor. _. it uta.
MILLION AIRE*.?A complete Hat of Hie 4..
M7 mllllonulrea of the I nlleu Stutca. nnd
hot*.' they mutta* their iii on a->. Oul. Hat f?tf
compiled. Vnliulhlc to atutWuta, mXQOtwOOtkWB
and promolera of new ritterprlaeh. -5 ceau
u copy. In lla*\l-le c'oth, #1.
WAR STORIED.?Over forty tillea of th*
Civil Wai. '?> Inion Soldiers. InaptrliiK iii rill
In* n ii U puthetlc. Moat aif them written fo#
Tribune ennb prlaea. _.. ?fi
HlfS ISSIE*-.?The beat ot Itnawell O. Ilorr'a
nrtlelea In The Weekly Tribune on tlie Tar*
Iff. Kltianae mid Sliter. An education In lt*
?elf. -r. centa.
ALMANAC, isnx?Third Edition, revlaed t*
tbe flrat of April. A renlly aplendld nnmher.
Klrat of the ftrent Almnnuca on the market.
BBB pui_e?. Now rend). Kaela ulina. tOO
Worltl'a TtttO. US centa a copy.
TRIE STORIES OE THE WAR FOR "III
INIOV?? A new collection (April, is?3) of
? torte-, written by netuul participant-.
ThrllUnB, pathetic and true. AS conto ?
NEW NAVV.?The Trlbnne'a pamphlet W
Brent popnlnr value. All th. new *"?"*'??
deaerlbed. with number of Buna. "-?"???"
alona. etc. Thia number nlao contaiaa ta*
cumuli complication. 25 centa u eopr?
-Oin CHAl NCEIV-A new edition. mtMJRo
Inatrntril covera. lu pnper. AMT _**WW*g
anbaerlber to The Tribune can B?t lt for Ot
centa. A dellelona piece of fun. "?""??J
lauite ll. llromley for the Vnle ???'u"'' ' r*^
tomtit Illuatrnted l>> licurd nnd Uiuaon.
THIU.M* ALMANAC. l*l>X*-In cloth, fl.
OPEN-AIR SPORTS.-The Trlbnne'a booh,
the beat American llny'a Own lloi-W ever
printed. Larne octavo, over 500 WABWB.
Brent value nlao to ndnlla. The toplca aro
iiri-hcr* i horaehuck rldlnsi nil ???>?? ??
ball; rifle mid ?hotffuni aiilllusi hoot nn?
yncht bnlldlnvt nwliumlnm akntlnni b,<*?"J
cIlnB, nnd tn fact the whole rnnae of ???"
able open-air aporta. ? lew CO?le? /OBI*.
I'rlce fIM each.