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RACING TOPICS AND HINTS. I!
TURFMEN STU.I. DEEP IN* TROUBLE.
atERVLTB OP THE COU -MAL lllxlrrs OP
l*\.S'Y TEAR -THB I'ROENT NEBO OP
It seems Impassible for some of >lie nish and1
haughty mei) xvii" xvi coi iplcuous al M .rimo'lth
P.irk and other racetracks last year to realise
that tho turf cai l sslbly thrive on hatreds,
,. and vindictiveness. Tho arrogance *?*
i : . - , .: ted turf dictators must bc brought
wilbla proper bound . or there will bs no racing
aUber in New-York or In New-Jersey. lt I" singular
that tbs owners ..f racetracks cannot understand
that they practically ho'.d abOUl tho same relat! >n.-<
toward tv , the managers .-; theatres
.?ml the keepera of hotels, if racetracks were pri?
vate enterprises, to which people were aJmitte i
by Invitation only; ir these racetracks were kept
up xx,;h.oi! calling upon th,, general public for
, .i ;?,::. then the members of the Board of Con?
trol nv 1 the ollie ri "f j."key clubs couM
man:;?,- these traci." in whatever way pleaaed I ,
them best. They could then '.?? aa dictatorial, -
tut -? . .;. :;.?:? able as :h">- liked. They I ,
i ? i'. 1 exclude anybody who ar used their nnj-er ]
altogether from th.ir grounds; they could allow I,
U s bookmakers lo practise any thievish antics j,
arel Lillis which the bookmaker* might wish to
indulge in. They could permit all the dishonest
?nd corrupt racine on their property which they
desired. But ail th.- racing organisations in America
t ,-'i-ty depend absolutely on the patronage ol the
j,uii'.ic. They depend entirely on th- public atten?
tion drawn to them, an 1 the public favor Which
they conciliate, in order to arouse public at
t-nt'xn and lo secure public patronage, ihe race?
tracks need a great deal of Bpace In the news?
papers; they need friendly.treatment an.l amiable
articles, i; la I r their interest to treat the news?
papers won consideration, and to act toward the
general public in such a way as lo Rr.-vent BU8
I'k-i -a and dislike.
THE WRI3CKT*RB OP RACING.
When the members of the Board of Control nn.l
Um fi.i era of racetracks lose their heads ski rom
),:?:? iv .is to excite the bitterest enmity among
the voters, tovjirovoke the just censure and eon
demnatlon >?; ?? he newspapers, and to bring the
.spoi\ Into disrepute bj permitting dishonest
owners, trainers and Jockeys t.> swindle the public,
they are obviously bringing irretrievable disaster
upon the turf, ANiii the men who controlled affairs
nt Monmouth Park, Morris Park and Gravesend
last year ever learn thal good nature, and an
amiable and conciliatory spirit are absolutely in?
dispensable to success ani prosperity in racing?
ll can hardly be j" sslble thal any member of the
Board of Control and any official of Morris Park
and Qravt end can now fall to se.- that the mis
takea which were made on the turf last season
were of the moat unfortunate nature. Hot tem?
pers, p ?> \ Ishness, petulance, arrogance and haughti?
ness, are all out of place In the management of a
sport which depends entirely for success upon the
gOOd xviii vf tbs pul-iv and the press. lt ran
hardly be thal the members of tha Board of Con?
trol and 0th''-rs of the racetracks mention.-1 re?
quire l lesson* to convince them of these
plain truths, lt they do require any more such
lessons :t is certain that the voters of New-Jersey
ani the Lei of New-York and New-Jersey
are thoroughly prepared to administer them.
When ihe men In power on the Eastern race
i:-.i. ia, ;?. ? I for extravagant and unrea
i . le prouts, a . .v 1 the bettlng-rlng to assume
such ? fen .v. prominence; xvhen they permitted
bookmakers of the worst character l. dictate turi
affairs am) arrangements; when they Buffered dis?
honest owners, trainers and Jockeys tu defy pub
Ile i itlmeni and the newspapers when these men
Jell Into these errors they made it certain thal the
turf xv tuld I-? a hard r.vid f. r them lo travel li,
IBM. Racing was s.> profitable f.r some years al
-limos-: every racetrack in th- l" st thal the s,*->rt
i." overrun xvr.i-i freebooters, buccaneers .mi
pirates of all kinds. The members ot' tn,- winter
racetrack pangs, whom Mr. Withers very properly
spurned and repelled, were taken to the bosoma ?,i"
th,- manajri rs of Monmouth Park ani Ihe members
of th.- Board of Control, wh., entered Into arrange?
ments with th'-ni. Til- policy "f Strict arid stern
ezclusli n <f th- picaroons of Outtenburg und
Gloucester ani Clifton ought t . have been kept up
relentlessly, 'rh,- evil elements of the turf ought ',-.
have been casi out. The m-.st extensive purlflcatl in
ought to have been practised. The notoriously dis?
honest owners, trainers and Jockeys ought to have
bron altogether excluded and senl away?every ons
cf them. The bookmak, rs ahould not have i.a
permitted to run horses, and sh,.nil never have
been allowed to bee ,me so, conspicuous and powerful
on th-.- turf.
A GREAT CHANGE POR THE BETTER.
Hut the Monmouth Park managers and tue m*m
I>,ts of thc i: iard "f font ro'. preferri l last year to
defy the press and the public; to stir up as much
enmity and hostility as possible; to permit mos! of
the reseals of the turf to cany on their predatory
operations Unchecked, xvhile they attempted to Billie
li ines; criticism .ml t'.? terrify newspaper Willera
The results of this policy are evident In New
Jersey to-lay. Unless this policy is entirely aban
i. nea, both in New-Jersey ani in New-York this
year, unless a xvholly different policy and wh illy
different methods .ir,- enier.-d upon and carrle.l ,,ut,
no r.".c:n-^ organisation in New-York and New
Jersey will ever pay another dividend, and all the
racetracks will before lons be converted Into farms.
Na matter how bitter the pill of repentance and
humiliation may b<- to the racing ringa which
controlled the American turf in th- Bast In 1*88
twith the exception of the Coney leland Jockey
Club), they must swallow lt aa b's: they ran, If
?they want to make any more money ,.ut of ihe
? turf. They mus: aiso cut away the cancer which
ii- so full of rottenness and corruption. They
Jnust limit, restrict und purify the opera
ii ina f-f the bookmakers, They must adopt
the moat stringent rules io brm^ about honest
ricing. They must en lc.ivor in every way to enlist
tho support of th.- j.r. ss and to regain the c.niti
tlcnce of the pub.ic. Otherwise they ure doointd.
THE OUTLOOK IN NEW-J HUSKY.
MANX LEADING DEMOCRATS DISGUSTED WITH
THE RACTETRACK GANGS?KO PROSPECT
THAT JOCKEY 'l.LR.s will OPEN
Sensational stori. s in r, ^ard to racing In New
JiTNi-y arc extensively circulated (-vi ry day. There
nie many Changes In tin- rumors which are afloat
At Hrs*, tha track; were to open on February H.
When that, rumor died out March 1 was chosen
?as the opening .lax-.
? "Thu situation in .Ww-Jersey is jus: this." said
ta, Dbiboilalk oAce-holder fr,,m the Interior of th,
.fc>t;.te yesterday, "Wa Democrats have been roting
thc ticket y.-.u- in and year oat, ani have carried
th" State just as are pleased. There ls a plenty ol
lilt oii'i'-s all over the Stat.', niii a good Dem ***rat
holds forth in e\i ry ollie-. Thr."- mllllonfl of doll irs
are paid in salaries every year to Democratic office?
holders, wiio could hold tin- offices year in snd year
out If lt xv, re not for th.- racine; crowd vvhtt have
ruined th" Detnotwatlc nany in the stat,. We
oflice-holdtr.-i don't int-i, 1 to stand liny more ii-,n
aense from .-ii.-h men as Billy Thompson, Denny
ll I,:, .'-liiii. and the gang ff assorted gamblers
who have gamed control of th,- New-Jersey race?
tracks if .Rm Smith, of Newark, Interferes we
?will just give him a touch ot the life of a private
citizen, snd lt him Bee how lt feels. We are Bick
and tired of the whole ra.-,-track crowd. They have
turned t';e sta to ups:, li- down. Thequestlon could have
bern effectually seitied >. us ago, and racing would
have been out ol politics, bul Leon Abbett Juggi. I
with the racetrack <r!'-s'i,,ii In the Interest of thi?
ll, ison Count) gangs, snd noa ti.' whole State
1b up In arms agalns: the whole racetrack Kan;;.
If the deadlock lioldi out we i lemo 'Tits can clim;
to '"ir officc-B, bul If th. racetrack Bang Inter?
feres it's ail up with us. Now if the Democratic
Senator ??: .-.? at . n-ntou try any mon?
key bualneaa then are 28.000 Democrats in tha State
wn ? arc willing to a ? t? Trenton and teach th.-ni
h lesson Truro will be no racing in New Jersey
this year, no matter what the political bosses say.
You s.e what the Democrats of New-Jersey do to
bosses when Ihey gel their backs up Ask Allen
McDermott <>r Denny McLaughlin what th.-v think
nf a Democratic revulsion of feeling, it makes
me, an office-holder, sick to think of lt. At pres?
ent it l>.,k-- ss If vv.- are going to loose our otiices.
nnd ns If the gang that caused all uar troubled
Will be compelled to closa their racetracks."
others say much bitterer things about the nco*
tra. k crowd. Persons who are interested In New
Jersey racetracks say that not one of the tracks
Intend',I to race or <>p.-n Its /-ates until after the
Legislature should adjourn without legislating on
account ol th.- deadlock In the Senate. Some of
tba loading Democrats who are from the int>-rl.,r
of the State aa) that it would be better for the
entire party If the Senate organised at once a*
the deadlock ls io<,k,d upon as a racetrack con?
spiracy to defeat the wu] of the people as ax
i in ti.- November election.
lt ls possible that the racetrack crowd mav
hear something drop next week, as a larine num'
li. i of Democrats int-nd to visit Trenton for the
purpose of ? xpreaaing ttiHr opinions on th.- race?
track question. The roembers of the racetrack
.va.-ik' ar.- all al sm as in what course r, pursue
lu the present circumstances. It is s,, hard for a
political boss of "Denny" McLaughlln'a sturm,
to realise thal lo us.- the remark of one of his
frlenda?"be w not a deuce in a <iirt>. poker deck "
as far ns political power is concerned
O. ?'<. Walbaum feela that the racetracks In New
Jersey ar.- 'loomed unless nome miracle saxes
them, and this ls not the age of miracle* lvt?-r
De I-ricey is preparing to attack the Union -ind
Monmouth County tracks should they attemr.t to
open their gates th.-n- Th.- chances of racine In
>feW.jer-ay are aiiSBiljBglj slln; "? '"
LKXINgtox TlttOTTINa BTTOCK sark OVER
J^Nini-ron, Ky.. I*, h. 9 <Sperial>.-The Woodard
T tv,* ST *,aI?' of ,r??(,rB closed here to-day
, "% TT" ""vs r?77 head sold for 195.115. an average
o. -bbb a h(,a(j At ghcriraB gtock Fam to.morrow
Il the trotting Btoch will be sold at an.',i-i.. iLb
aure bein)- Bulla amounting to about fs-'*,K '"e
sst prices to-day were: winni- Davis, --??,? ??..
v Bourbon Hov. dam by II,.bert Lee, Brook i urry.
lexington, n.lfio; Csrter'a Kit-g William, bi i ? '?
v King Willum, dam by Edwin Forrest, John
teamer, Philadelphia. *??'.; Blue Diamond, br. s. 8,
v Blue .leans, ,1am bv Lewis 'ir iv Diam ni. ,"',
Im .lone--, city. HW: King Monteo, h. a.. o. ?'?'
lonte i'rlsto. dam bv lion'.: Allen. J. Arnhe.m,
'Ittsburg. *?'??: John I*, b. g., 1 by John P. Wood,
tm bx- Hambletonlan Downing. J. Arnheim, Btw.
?atherine. ch. m.. .'.. by William C. P., dam by a
irennon horse, J. Arnheim, M75.
'UK CONST ISLAND CLUB GOING AHEAD,
T DECIDES TO ISSUE ITU STAKE BOOK FOR
1V94 INTi'r.L. T IN T > LAY S MEETING.
At the meeting ?r the Executive Committee of J
he Coney leland Jockey flub yesterday lt was
e.-i.i.-i that the Committee on Stakes and Purses
e authorised io issue the stake bo tk for the
adnu season of 18*1. Many important matti rs
.r-o discussed at Ihe meeting. Every member
f the committee is determined that the raetna,
t ihe Coney Island track shall !?? <>r .ii- highest
rler of excellence, in regard to the stewsrds
ppolnted by the Jockey Club for ISM the mem*
en of the committee did nol care to express an
pinion. The Coney Island Jockey Club is willing
nd anxious to foin In any "Movement that xviii
rad to purify and reform the turf. Al this late
our. however, Ibe club docs not propose to rur?
al] Its prerogatives and suffer loss for Hie mis
:ikes made by others, if the Jockey Club ls per
feted and its plan of action la male known to
he public and ls approved by the horse-owners,
here ls no doubt that the Coney Island Jockey
'lutt will become an associate member.
The Coney Island Jockey Club ard hundreds of
rttelllgeni turfmen do nol believe thal one man la
ssential !?> the turf, or Li it a man who formulates
uies ,,: racing which require the ? sslstance ,,f the
rtanag< rs of the betting ring and gamblers io Inter
re! holds ali the knowledge required to make rac
?ur a success in hla head, When all the members
f the Jockey Club are relected lt may i..- In order
o make some changes In ihe stewards ??? ? ti I
'verybody la anxious for the Jockey Club to buc
'?? l, an l th ? outcome of the meeting to be held t..
ay is anxiously looked for. li may take some Um*
u form a club of fifty members, as some peri vs
rhone names aro as*oel.ved with th> dub have de?
buted th ir Intention of declining th.- honor "7 be
.?ilillit; h..nil,er:- of the .locl.rv i'la!..
UK MALK SILVER QUEEN ON THB NOMADIC
. 1.000 guineas. Bilver Que...
md will be sent t,, Alban) for a few weeks. The
Nomadic had a rough passage, bul Ihe nine ls la
he best of condition.
'ROMIXKNT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
FIFTH AVBXVE i,;v,-, trernor Royal ?' Taft. of Rhode
Hand, sad Henry a. Rtchmond, of Buffalo. IIOIXAKD?
.ifre.i il- Claparede, s?i>. Mlnlaier at Washlnsion, snd
?r. Wiiiv.m .x. Hammond, ? ?' Washing! a., MBJTROPOI.E
-State Senators ll. J. Cbssesball and O* rs* xv i: ??
,n. Mi'iULVY hill Assemblyman Han III n risa
?ARK AVENt'i*- mah. p Arthur Clereland Coxs, of Bof.
ila, Vl.-T. >I;lV lliifrh A. Allan, of Buffalo, U'.Vl.
?,i;r Peter a. B. IVltlener, William L. Bibina ani
homa* i.fian, of Philadelphia, WINDSOR ronsres*
ian .lam** j. BeMen, .of Byrscnse, ead Charles i,-, ,
WHAT IS GOING ON' TO-PAY.
Trial cf John Y McKaae, Brooklyn,
Election ea*-? before Judge Barrett
L.'ctiir? i.v a. C. Merriam, Museum of Art. ll a. m.
Poultry Show, Madlenn Square Garden
BcboolmaBier*' Association, Hamilton Halt Columbia,
n ::<) a. in
Meetlns of vv, rklnc Women's Boclety, No H7 ,
?la. ??. eve! ? i
Meetlns ot V'sass* alumnae, Hotel Branswtck.
Revtesi ol 23d Realment by Brtsadler-tleneral A. C
lames. Lr, -klvn.
Recitation bj Mlsa Romola Tynte, Hardman Hall, even
ReCcptloa f..r Minister Alfred .'.? <'b*i--!<>, Fn-t'* I
io ag Clinton Ms -. v 80 p m.
Wiiii- r Edwards before lb* Noon Prayer-Meetlaa, Ns
The Rev. l)r. Charles I- Thompson, pi*t,,r of tbs
Pet pie's Presbyterian Church, xviii be tri- Hanker at
the young men's meeting si the Ea*t Eighty-sixth
lt, branch i ( the Young Men's Christian Abb .- .- :.
r -tn rr- xv afterni on at 4 o'clock.
Tl,e New-York County Wini,n's Christian Tem?
perance Union xviii have chars;* ol the exercises ai
the meeting of the American Temperance Union al
Masonic Temple, Twenty-thlrd-st. ural Btxth-ave.,
to-morrow afternoon al I o'cl ck. Addresses will i?i
made by Mrs. il. Frances I. rd, If las Jolla Colman
Pr. T. Iv frother*. Editor of "The Hartford Jour?
nal of Inebriety," xviii lecture on "Inebriety a sur?
vival >.f the Childhood of the Race." before lb* ll
.-nc- sermons Boclety, In the chapel f,r Dr. i.'i ilyer*a
church, Park-ave. and Thlrty-fourth-st., to-morrow
Judge Charles N. Talntorwtll speak nt Association
Hall at the 3 o'clt ck meelina fi r y .ut k m< n lo m. r
row. All j.,?mi' men ur- welcome.
Two Peruvian mummies, mi i t.. t,.- those i f an inca
nnd ids wife, ar- exhibited ns sn attraction rn un up*
town store window. They ur.- alleged to ba between
200 and eta! ream old,
At th'- auction ssl* of antique furniture, etc . which
?:.?:? l yesterday al the Fifth Avenue Auction I: oma,
No, 2;s J'ifth-.v.<-., ;i lari'" Beauvais tapestry, dated
ICTS-BS, representing the meeting between Aeneas
at;.I Dido, was ;.. Il f, r gSS.
The steamer lllri'ioo, rr,m Hull, arrived bera yes
m Isy snd report"d heavy snow snd ball squalls <m
th.- voyage. On February B, wiiii.. m latitude ??-' ll,
longitude cl. the Hindoo encountered fl heavy north?
east pale, arith high seas and squalls, watch carried
away soma of her standing Hasina.
The nev. I>r. Joseph Silverman xviii |*ct ire at tha
Temple Bmanu-El, Flfth-ave. and Forty-thlrd-at.,
to-morrow morning, 'ti "The Mistakes ol Ingei ii
about Mises." The Bervicei begin :.t ii o'clock,
Th.- Rev. a. C, MacDonald, of th" Queen Htr't-t
Free chnr-h, of Inverness, Scotland, will preach u
Qaellc seimon to-morrow Bl ) o'clock In Ihe Fourth
Presbyterian Church, In Thlrty-fourth-st., between
sixth and Seventh aves, A collection xv,ii be taken
up for ti,, benefit of the pr. p med new Qm . n Bin ? i
Church at Inv,:nt
Lr. Rossiter W. Raymond will give a "Talk nb, ul
Water" In the la rae hali >.f ihe Cooper l7nlon thia
? v nlng at (o'clock. No ticketa of admission are re
Assistant l'istiict-Att. rvv Vernon M, DavlB will
move next Monday before Justice Barrett, in the
Court of Oyer and Terminer, foran order directing
that the case ol the People agalnai Joseph f. Blout,
A. I-. Kallscber, lt. T, McDonald, simon Ottenberr,
A. L* Boulsrd, Charles i;. Selover, i'. A. Kursheedt
and Emt] Frankel, In connection with the fraudulent
insolvency of the Madison Square Bank, be resub?
mitted to tbe February Grand Jury.
Mrs. Minni,- Lange, convicted of conspiracy fi r try?
ing to defraud the Mutual ttesrrve simd latte Asso?
ciation of n,.'"M "ii a policy on tier husband's ure, w;,s
sentenced to four months in the penitentiary yester
tlay by Iiec.r.ier Smyth in lien, rai Sessions.
The last of the Moore aub graphs nnd manuscripts
were sold yesterday afternoon al ihe rooms ol Bangs
& Co., No W Broadway, The moat valuable piece
offered was aa autograph letter signed by President
Washington, written In 17!L, which Bold for 1132 GO.
The at7g*regata .,f the Bale, which covered Ihe set ond
part t,f the Moore library, waa nearly 112,600,
Revival services have been held In u,.. Lexington
Avenue Baptist Chureb, Harbin, since January i,
and over a hundred persons have professed ci nver
ston. Between forty and fifty young people also have
professed religion In the Siinilay-schoi.l, which ls now
larger and more flourishing than ever before.
A series of lectur<s win be given by the Nev. C. II.
Eaton, pastor if the I'hnreh of the Dtvtnc Paternity
I'lfth-ave. and I-*, rty-Ilfth-st., on Sunday avminga la
February and March, on "ld- ai Womanhood." Th"
first lecture In tri- BertSB will le- Riven |o>morrow
ev-nlriK. on "riiysical Basis."
Tiie Hov. Dr. Joachim Kl mend-.rf win *Penk ar 4
p. m. to-merrow before tbs lr cong Men's institute,
No. Bl Bowery.
The New-York Camara Club xviii rive an exhibition
of lanf-m sUdes on Montlay ev. nina at Mo, U1 Finn
Mrs. Btu Dsakman PoimMaoa win riv? ft j,., turp
on n.-xt Krld'iy at No. 14 Kast MxtyHBtrventhHit. on
"At tho Qasaea of Boen."
The Syrian Mar.'tiit.-s BSkaWatOd tl..- ',.;lsl p* lhl,ir
patron, St. .Marou, yast4 -nlay. BOiBBBII h|||| assaj was
rebbrated in the Man.nlte chapel, at No, g] trV'ash
Ington sc, at 9:7iO,-i. m., hy the ney. Pater Korkernaj.
Hv waa assisted by his nephew, the Kev. (Jnorlel Kor
kerna;*, >f Boston, and tba Rev, Joseph %azr,,,k, who
ls the chl'-f of the .Maronlt'-S IP. the I lilted State*.
Mr. and Mra. Ferdinand H. Mela, of this city, have
mortgaged the prcpert) al Lafayette Place an,t
i irth-st. to the Brocklyn Savin"- Lank tor "BSMjas,
payable one year from date, al 4': i>*r cent. The
propert) wa* als i mi rtgaged to Nathan Kahn
for Ihe sum of JV'uno payable In 1MB?al I i">r cent.
AFFAIRS IN R, ROOK LYX.
CHARGED WITH MALPRACTICE.
DISPOSSESS PROr*EEDINOH HROt'OHT LY il
MIDWIFE LEAD TO AtXCSATIONS
Dispossess pro.linga were begun yesterday In
Justice Murphy's I. Av nue Civil Court by Mrs,
Contii I Url- -.-rna-i. a midwife, against Mr.--. Mary
Winter, win.uples apartments In the three-story
tenement house, So. v.* Montrose-ave., for non-pay
men I of rent, and resulted In the arresl ot Mrs.
i Irlt ? sm m on i plcl in of n The h iuse
is awned by Mrs. Lens Stol!, a stepdaughter of
Mrs. Qrtessman, who is is nty-two years old,
Mrs. Winter denied thal Bhe owed Mra. Oriel man
any money for rent, and sud thai about three
monika ago she had gone to MrB. Oriessman r..r
ir,..itu., nt and occupied r ma on ihe top floor
,f the house. She did nol wanl ber husband to
know Ilt condition, and had gone there because
she thought Mrs. Qrtessman c u'd help her. The
woman testified that the treatment "f Mrs. Qi
man waa so severe that sh.- thought sh.- was going
t . di... sn i bsd i ind ll n< pessary to call In a
"Oa tha promise," added tbe witness, "that I
would never mention anything about th. character
of h. r business, Mrs. Oriessman told me that I
could live In tbe house rent frei
Mrs. Winter said she subsequently learned from
neighbors that a child of Mrs. Stol! had bees
buried in the ellar .,r the house, and told the Couti
thal she thought, if a search . r the cellar was
made, otb. r bo Iii ? might be foun i
Justice Murphy railed Mi 4 81 ill lo '?>???? sta .
and Bhc Indignantly denied tin- allea*atlona .,f Mn
Wlnter, and declared Ihai pi mpt< '
bv spite m rn.,'. I 'i'll- Mtv Htoll
., iit.it:.-! nv she h i l lr en the moth r ?
chl'.d, bul said lhat il had been boi n ?.?? i I,
was buried bv an un lertaker.
When Justice Murphy had heard the story
at once Issued a warrant for Ihe arrest ..: Mr*
Urieaaman, nnd communicated With Police Captain
Ennis, of Ihe Sixth Precinct Policeman ll ll
wa* .cut lo the hons.- and Mrs Oriessman was
taken io the station. A il- ron
?i:i be ina le
EVIDENCE OF LOHMANN'S DI8HONESTT
Health i',,mniis- :,.- Emery baa requested ail
? - pb - ; -..^ ..a ?? - payroll of his ?!? part men I
t,, .,rr, r ihelr rests-nations, ?, ).?? acceptt I ai i,!
i ktasure lb- d mil i :.'? v. -?? - lay
City w.rk* c immlaBtoi r W bli ? di*
missed ei.-x.-n moro employes from his depsrtmenl
Park Commissioner Squires has ;- ' rn i ? ?
tendi nt i>. vi, If thal hla bi rvlc i x\ ll n ii be n ? I i
lu ihe april i
Further rev lions of the i srhlch WI
Ism iv (.ohmann, the rn iii r Excise cashier, ,!??
fra ided Ihe elli are i .-. ig t . . ma to
In taking the police rensu of liquor Bhops, lt
has l.n found thal two In On i ; ? I I ive ll
arith ? same number, 1,1 ?? I '???
li ied to John J Ix- ly, al No ITS 111
ti, :,,;? r 2, and lo Chrlsi .|.i.-r
Bauer, at N and 131 Ewen-sl
1MB. w hi n the b toll I the I
taken was examined, lt waa :? ii i :i.-: there wa*
a ? lb f tr the llct ::???.,.
i .a - -?'.
bool t . ahoa I iva I I I :i paid to
: | ? ' i ? ' . ' i . ? ? > ,
<?? r-.ilri His wife ha ?:
No. JW I ? . ' ? '. Mrs | .
Kn lr!- -.-.?. ?
i. : . mi 'i hi re .- ., . I
A STRIKE < iP THE M< ll'Ll ?ERfl IMPRl 'BAULK
'. ?? eil by the 1
I. - n A Hoy ni ? fm
faCtUI ? ? - .i ? .V ."Val ll
with son i pi ;
ere h .v.- been lt I
lav Bul '
ic n ba - i" en furnl itu I wi
I lt la expected that tin ra I
tn' n nt; 1 Ihe tirai xv III
Frederick R ?? f the Rici
n tc Boynton - ?
a rn ntha i li .v. ti , .?
n fnctui ||
w - wi re i
w< rk. When I pro. I ceri Hoi
them they wanted to corni
?? ive ti.rin all the I
bave i? vi ..: woi k on them I nd will b tl
work on Ihem lo-morron Bul I believe thal when
Ihe -i i i> - ms are made a ? tn
t of rates, ll kb we pn
tilers too n ' ? .
? i .-? ? -.V Uh ns tn in)
? th* 1 ibor foi fourteen v ...ir- mid h iv r
ti i i no Jilli, tiltj Wi ? mp v ,. i :
are Iron mould-i Martin Pax, tht
Iron Mould, r ' i 'nlon ol N rt h A merl
i ??: ikf "
- ? ?
GATHERED ABOUT THK TOWN
A tr li- v wire f- il -it Vat di ri III an : lie rt iib
v- terday aften.n and atruck a horse own, i bj
Charles J. Stewart, bun her, ol ? :
st.. a.t hoi nmed I xv ill rn Ottmann, bul ? r,
if Fulton Market. Both animals were severely
ali ked ul lo be treated by a vett ? ? ,
iv ,.., i . : r they c i . be drivt I Tbe drivel
w? i" not inni.
'. ? . ].. rat) tn of tm sfusl n ol bit id to wi in
ir ? kiln M. Ken ; ? . .. v. . . ? . .
Ihe life of Kate Pomphrey xv.i-, unavailing, ? ? -
w io in il m. ming ai the i., ng i lam]
iv,!!, j.-.. Hot pital, Bhe 1 lb i rn Bri) i ipii ?
by i In h< r r om In thi hi u ie ol ? ;? ? ri;.- ? ?, i
lit NO. 17 % V. ..' I' .- V, lr fr lr flt), VV , . I fe. ?, I . I |?
1 ie Sd Reglmenl xviii lie reviewed al ihe armorj
this evening b< Brigs ller-O. ? ? I uti d < I i
lin sid. nt . f the Veteran Asl latloi i > : undre.1
per cent, long-service and Veteran A social lon med?
als xv,ll be pr- lenti 1.
Company ll, Mth Regiment, will give sn eni ?
m..' at the armor) ibis evenlns. Compan) iv .t
tn.- Mini., regiment* v-.ill Inn. ? . i, .f. exhibition
,ir,n and reception si the armory on February tl.
While dancing at s ball ? f the Kins ton I'lub si
Harmony Hall, In Marion-at., on T in ,, night,
William Agnew, twenty yean old, ?! ;. ,. zt% *.i.:,.
more-ai ?., au Idi nly it i l"i and fi ll, He wa tl
t< iri. ?! by .- ph , ,. and di. i in a short time,
lb uv dlaease caused his d< ith.
Charl - ll. \\ all.- r, a vv Ir v '? ran of lill l)9th Ri gi
ment, died i terday at hi home, No, tit I tean-st.
He had bet n t-mpl yed In the Naval outee at the Cu
n tn House in New-York for a number ol years ii-,
death waa due to consumption. The fun. rai will be
lu ld at the I! inson I iv M thivllsi klplsc pal
Church to-morrow afternoon.
Th.- members of the Orand Jury were expected to
present some Indictments In Ute Court ol Heasions
yes', roav, but on ibo wa) from their room t. the
courtroom Hit.t the sixteen members strayed
i away and did nol ari. ar arith the others, n .
p aed that they thought tie lr >iuti>-s were ,,v, r and
went home or to business. Ab a consequence of the
i lack of a quorum, the Orand Jury will ha ve to present
the Indictments t, -da).
Ti." eighth lecture In tl a fri r .ursa on "Life and
the Condition*) of Burvlval," before the Brooklyn
Ethical Association, will !?? delivered by Lr. lunn
a. Horton al the Second Unitarian Church, Clinton
and Congress sis., to-morron > vt our nr 7:ir, o'clock
Subject, "Lab. rasa Factor In Evolution." The pub.
Iii: bj cordially Invlti ,1.
BELIEVE THE FOI 'NO H'OM.ix ELOPED.
Till". DAtrailTER <>r A WEALTHY CITIZEN OP
llLN'.INLTi.N, I.. I.. DISAPPEARS .sm: IS
HI Li'..si;i> Tu li: i\ this CITY.
m.-i Belle Ward, the onl) daughter af Barclay
War', a wealthy resident of Huntlncn n, L. i , i,;,s
been muming fromtier home for more than two weeks
and no information can be gained aa to a here Bhe ls.'
Mis Ward had for some Um. befon her disappear
arne i,..i ii receiving the attentions ol Charles \\ help,
b young man oi this city. Her father objected io
Whelp's Vial ts. About ii ru .nth ago 1:.t the v,,iiiik
niau al th.- door and informed him that he must cease
Ins attentions lo Ms daughter, ii'- pi miseij not t..
r.-turii to the house, and the two youm rx-ople it ls
aald, afterward mel clandestinely.
fairly one morning about t wo week eco Miss Wari
? r lem] the coachman to drive her t , n,. sui lon ami
she bougi.i a ticket f ir L mg Island i Mty. She ,0| ??
the train, and thal was the last Been oi her in liunt
1 burton. Her relatives -a> thal they ar,- certain she
"?'?t young Whelp, thai the) were married and thal
? Dmv un- now llvtns tocetber, geraapa in tu* city. I
Highest ofall in leavening strength.-Ut.st 0. S. Got. Food topcri.
EWS FROM THF. SUBURBS.
Th.- Board ol Education ol the Fourth District
? Ra t Chester held Ita Anal meeting on Thurs
in: in the fifth Avenue Grammar School
ith A. No.-l Blakeman in the .'hair. < >n Tuesday
? vt the members of the b lards of districts
,,h. i. X I snd '.. living within the boundariea of
ie city ,,f M mm Vernon, will meet snd organise
i a Board of K lui ation of the ntlre city, under
ie new Behool Cv illdatlon law. This board will
mtlnue In ollli until the rn w board to I.I< cted
, ? ,!.. used bj the present board befpn
arch I takea office in August. Al the meeting
i 'i ii, - l.', . vening a presldt nt, clerk snd Kuper
- - n? 1 ri t ,,f H,h tis are to be ? lected. Al the meet
. ,,: the Fourth District Board on Thursilay
'enlng, the several committees presented mv'-n
,ti s ami valuations .,| thf several school bulld
*i and sites, th? rtirnllure nnd other properties
ih. schools, nnd rn-, i '? I up in the estimates tor
ie ni union.m.-.. ..; n.tl -,,;-? for fifi- n months,
, linn In M ty, IS**., lt .1 itlon* of contld. i. an i
toilwill were adopt. I in i - ?.:?:?? m ol -ii ? retire
en! of Trust-. - iv ai- .a un i Patterson, who be
mie m. mi..-rs ,,f the ll, i iThestt r lloar I. . .
donel ll.nrv Hubs, the po tmaster, has receive!
-- commission rrom the Commander-in-Chief "i
ie Cr.in,I Ama of the Itepubllc, aa aide-de-camp
i th staff, li- h..s ,. rived instructions that, as
it representative of thi Commander-in-Chief, he
r, visit ihe posi In his neighborhood, and i-xer
... his In ii "il ivors : i relnsi it.- dropped and
i*i ? r. i- i nu . . a., I btine recruits into the
ink*. . . . Th" vi;.-i : ... I "f Farnsworth Poi I
rand Armv of Ito- Re| ibltc, l.rornl-.s to have n
aterlal ntldltlon :? ll un Tueaday evening, when
,.- uiiov of <; rv,I fiiflter "I" Rive a reading.
i "Han Ison I.I ft un Ihe Fronth r ? sketch ol
?r person tl ? ? i" ? :? nee*.
,; ,,r.... w v. rd, Ixty-five velts old, on- of the
ealthb st I men of Mi Vi mon, vi is found
,i-l at his home, No 15 Mouth Fourth-ave., at
v - -T-1 ?.. v morning;, by his wife.
: War i atti v-i-i to In- in) Un. -- as usual W- Ines
iv ami We.lni t wu ? ? mil ? y rn Ihe
? -: ol hi ivi ' ' '?? '" Hanni)
k. -i . barge of ti,- . .- hold an autopsy,
r. Ward -ii, have been caused
, la .nt failure.
i ir.--* of the t, ful i nf l llgiotta
viv.il In Yonkers closed last nlghl at the Central
l- pal Church, lt was condu ted for
by i i tor, the !:? v. s. Parkes Cad
ian, and has resulted In ? i neral awakening >.f
-llgloiis interest iii rh- rongr utlon. <>u" hundred
ii forty convert) a,, :? ported Mr Cs Im in i ame
. \-:,:,-!- iii -:. vi . in i almost Immediately
-came a .?? ? He ls a rea :v ind fluent
,e.,k,-r. .,- iker at many
il nc i- ? ? ? n ?-? rifle ti un ol the
ou rt li s- pal ile i ted Captain John
i ort Kir.*t Lieutenant William ll
er; Set ul Lieu
nant Willi nu I' Thump on, r ipt il.'L Ph I -
int C. F. Nugent ? Corporal i 'haries ll.
rv; I Prank f'hadeayne
on r. . . . Tl ?? S ul h ', , rovi mi ni Aa
liar in nthly meet lng al
.?v.. rt.- sviri .a on Monti ly ev One ol the
lost Imp. t ? up for dlscu
III I- the ari In the matti r
? iii ai to N
?i.v ai to h ive a
?' ?- l upon
if air. In
k Chapel t i
them to . > of ts
I tn na ni!- rs
. ? . rve as
?' i unlsh
form ol ll itlng
; rig I
nd Danit il of tl,,.
S. I .ii v nnd B
v van Iv k, WI
I i-ui. 1 tr.
-.v - i ?? brought
b?en I ik< ::.
Pay Mn ll. F was sr
ll ? ?
il . . . : New
: ll il en
ll ? ? ?? miles
rom New-Brunswick, fi) 'lober
: I Ihe t
. ? ri
: ? nibei
-..,,. i .-.. . - ...
?:. . :? ?? . ' ? ? '. r
.. 'I ? r.llll-e I
? un I the S'al mal Board of Cl lei ?,? i lu rs offered
t ?? ,: I I. ? :' tho pt ; \. h .
? the I ? ? ? ?? I .s he
? lunn i fi ai a duel Insuran
ompanlt i will | - ? . . ? him.
i ? ?- John I. s Hitler, ;.. ? r nf the Jersey
"itj Tal., ti, it |.. ..- - ? I ihe following
Lit. lii.-nt : "In view ,,| the elopemenl of llvan
;el r John Iv Quinn, his engagement u th the
inion ol chun lo ? In Jei ? . i 'itv to ut
? \ iv.il work I hereb declared tj oe t met Iii I by
.riler "r Ihe pastors I inion; an I furthei
nore he v. ill nol hoi in the Tab -ina, le
ir anv other ? hun ii In the union." lit ? Uofl
nil Quinn will ut oi ; I to mal ?? ...'..-r ar
? i ??? ne n's. ?linn tr in J erse) City will de
ten I u|. tl,.- ra iii Mi *... tr vi ill speak al Ihe
i,um; Min , bri ti ii v , ... lotion room? In Twenty
ii,fi t, Nen Vork, io :.ru low afternoon, nt 4
i'i l". k.
Thr Itev. Kdward M Mini pastor of the Summit
I I'l III h. Jel vi "Hy, m- iv
;r. fit |..n t to talk over lu^ proposed
1 ? ? n in. itt ! bv a
.ot., of 1!': lo '.'.' Mi Mc! ? i tu
n itlon provl I. i the i i .:? -.? itlon a ml I
igree lo hive the i-hureh incorporated under the
av. < of th ? Si iii T to ami Mr. M ?
Minn will iema ol i church.
? ? ?
N KW ARK,
James C Seymour, of Kaat Orange, . :; rintel lent
if the carpel department In the ll. II, Claflin C tn
;..u,v. Nen \ ik. through c unsel, began suit yes?
terday ni the K v Circuit Courl al Newark
ignlnsl the i,. 1.nv.ne. I.k.iivaniii ami Western
Ital r ? i i ! i- im ihni i ? il image i foi Injurli - ri?
nd ved in Ihe i. ? -. n collision on the mt i i w -. no ir
il.-- Il.irk.ii i,k bridge, Mr. Seymour has been
iinai,|e io .iv,,, ii.,i it the da:
w re- k. at. i li Bald to i" uff< i lng fi om ct
ni' th.- apii
? *> ?
The Umolu Association ol i nlon County will ap?
propriately cl. brai- the birthday of the great Re?
publican ri..; i.i.i .ai Monda) night with a dinner
in elizabeth lix. Congreaaman John Kean, lr., will
probably prenkle, ami the principal speech* i will
be delivered bj Senator Poster M. Voorhees Mayor
Rankin, of Elisabeth, and Mayor Alexander Gil?
bert, "t Plainfield.
NYACK. All doubt aa to the contesting ?.f the
will ni" Rodman tl. Moulton, of Bparklll, hus been
set at t'-st. The fight, winch promises to !?>? long,
wan begun before Surrogate Tompkins yesterday,
Mr. Moulton died In November last n,. was a
wealthy retired Nea York "'itv merchant, a di?
rector of the Mumal la:.' Insurance Companj and
oiiu-r corporations. He left hil property to ins
nieces, Miss Bessie ll. Winters and Mrs. Cornelia
Kt.?el,,-, disinheriting bin wi,low and son. Hence
the contest to br.-ali the will, Mr Moulton named
Miss Winters ami t \ W. Miller, ol Bparkill, as eg.
ecutors. 1'ndue Influence on the part of Miss
Winters and mental Incapacity on Mr. M..niton's
part will be the line of prosecution.
lo rBEBSBVK UXCOLS'S BIRTHPLACE.
From The st. Louis Ulobc-Democrat
Louisville, Ky., Lib '.' The home where Abra
liam Lim oin lu-t HW the Ugh) of 'lay has been
Bold to a syndicate, of which Major S. Iv (.ross,
now of Washington City, bul formerh a Ken?
tuckian, ia the head. Major Urosa had the dining.
room privileges in tn,. Km.tn, i.v building at thc
World a Fair, and is well known all ,,v.-t thi
Slat.-. The deal was engineered by s prominent
louisville attorney. Mr Lincoln's old h.one is now
called l.lne.'lii Springs, and ls about three miles
miles south <.f Hodgenvllle. in l.tirue County,
which some years ago was cul orr from the bin
county of Hanlin, n is th., intention ol th apur
chasers t., improve the tarni and replace as neai
us possible the cabin in which the ex-Presidenl
was born. The place will l?. fl public resort, am!
the gentlemen who have mst secured the propert)
? lo not expect to be remunerated, but simply pur
chased for the patriotic purpoao of perpetuating,
the name and memory of Lincoln. A movement
will be Instituted for the formation of an associa?
tion similar to the Hermitage, Jackson's Home.
and Mount Vernon, the place where the Immortal
George Washington's nshes repose. The Idea ls
to turn lt over to the Government, which will be
? I.ted to erect a monument titting to mark the
placi; of the birth of so illustrious a citizen.
on i tu a ht.
VICAR-OENERAL THOMAS A. CASEY.
Krie. Penn.. Feb. 'j (Special).-The death of Very
Rev. Thomas a. Casey, Vlcar-4**t?neraJ of the Bria
DI.". this evening, ls a 'treat loss to Krie. The
deceased Vlcar-Oeneral was stricken turo weeks
ago with a complication resulting from grip, in
aplte Ol a superb constitution and the beat medical
and surgical skill and several heroic operations
he sank rapidly and passed into a comatose con?
dition al noon. The deceased prelate leaves a
brother and three slaters, one of whom ls Sister
Marv Inez, Mother Superior of Sisters of Mercy.
Pittsburg, lb- waa a native of St. Catherine's,
Ontario, was forty-elKh' years Old, and had been
a priest twenty-five years, and VleaMJeneraJ four
t? ii years. He was wealthy when he entered the
priesthood. IL* boldly went int,, a district of Krie
stricken by a emall-pos epidemic and for six
months was nurse, priest and funeral director to
many of the victims. Ills pecuniary Investments
iv) handsome return.-, but his munificence grew
accordingly, and In addition to glvinir his services
as pries! he gave from 11.000 t,, (b%000 annually to
the (i .or. He bulli an old people'fl home, and con
trlbuted freely to the orphan asylum of St. Vin?
ni's Hospital, but th.- latt and crowning act of
his life was to build at an expense of ll.Vi.oOn and
give to the sister-- of St. Joseph the villa Marla
Academy r-.r th.lues tlon of nirls. with all his
charil) be leav ? an ? Hate of a quarter of a million.
-n .. city is In mourning over tha .bath of the be?
loved Vlcar-Oeneral._ _
WILLIAM M. ORaWN.
William M. Oreen, one ,,r the oldest residents
of Jersey City, died at ris home. Ko. IS Hobokan
ave . ,,n Thursday night. Il* was born lti
Newark. Iii January, IBB), his father being a
Presbyterian minister in that city. He went to
live in Jersey City when he wa* thirteen years
old, and remained In thal city until his death, and
bad lived In the house in which ile died for over
fifty years. His wife died six years ago. and Of
their :-even children, only two survive. Mr. Oreen
was lorin.riv engaged In the manufacture of
patent leather, but retlr.-il many years ago. The
funeral will take pla'-.- at I o'clock Monday after?
noon nt the bergen Reformed Church,
Alexander BlSUVelt, one of Nyaek's oldest citizens,
died at bis borne In thar place lust night, in the
eighty-fourth year of his aire, ile was born nt
Bparklll, and moved to Myack over sixty years ago.
lie amass.',i a comfortable fortune and lom,' >-.\
,it>.,i an Influence In the community. His death
was c.iu,e,| by paralysis, lb- leaves two sons, I'ld
wln, ot Myack, and William BL, a builder of this
ml., leslies numerous grand children and great?
er.,:. I , |,i|.Iron. Ile will be burled to-morrow. His
wi'", who di" I three v.-ar- it'.',., was a Miss 1'ath
? im.- Van Antwerp, oT this city.
BARON CHARLES VON WEIlTHKR.
Munich. Feb. 9. Karon Charl, s von Werther died
here yeal r lay._
W.-rther was born In Kdnlgsberg In 1*09. The
Prussian Government appointed him Minister to
Switzerland ia l-l.', to Oreece in 1M4. to Denmark
in i-i:v to Russia in is.',i. to Austria In IBs. He
t,,'k an important part in drafting the treaty of
Prague and In IBO was sent ti Carl.* as Ambassa?
dor of the North Oerman Inion. He was sent on
.al mission to Constantinople In lv7t, and was
retired In II7T,
ANTOINE JOSEPH ADOLPHE SAX.
Paris. F.b. o -Antoine Joaeph Adolphe Sax died
from pneumonia here to-day, in absolute poverty.
Bag was torn at Dinanl In Itu. He engaged In
Ihe manufacture ot musical Instruments, snd Intro
dn I the saxophone In Paris In ISM. In 1S7>7 he
was ma,I- a professor In the Conservatory. He re
. iv di oration of the Legion of Honor in
i-f. _ _
OENERAL LUCIEN B. NORTHRUP.
Baltimore, Feb I f;-n-r.vl Lucien B. N >.thnip
died to-day al the Confederate Soldiers' H >me, at
ivk.-v i'... Oeneral Northrup wa* Commissary
General of the Confederate Army. He was born In
Carolina and was eighty-three year* of age.
He waa for a lona tune an Intimate friend of
n I vivi-, and was graduated from Wi
Point in the .lass ? nh him
ai;.-Iini: Vf. i.\" x.ik.-.iinffss.
Ponghk.-.psle. N. Y. F.-b. Sf-The Venerable
bury la, ZlegenfUSS, Archdeacon of 1 niches* and
ector of Christ Church, died sudden!) al Vassar
Irothers' Hospital last night at 10 o'clock. He had
ii n ai the hospital nearly two ~
rutty convab icing. At
I>??? it a[ pi"
? liv afternoon he awoke with great dlstrt
li. lining, which continued until he died. The
cause ,,f death was oedema of the lungs, resulting
I rom heart di-.'ase. I >r. /.legenfuss was born ut
Kresgcville, Monroe County, Pens)., on November
;, 1*11. Hi-- wit" wai- burled two weeks ago.
ROBERT T. HASSKTT.
Washington, Feb >? Robert T. Bassett brother
Of Captain Isaac Hassett, the veteran "Father
Time," doorkeeper "f th- Senate, died in this
city last night, aged seventy-three. He had been
employed In the li.lte.l States Coaat Survey for
forty-eight year* Ills brother has be. n in the
service of Hie Senate more than slaty j,-ir.v
MA R IXE IX TEL RIG ENC E.
Buarlfl* 7 <?> P in bi ls ."? 29 ll i n BBtfl p U 10*11 Mon's age 4
HKiH WATER I v PAY.
v M Randy Hook lOtST'Oov. Island. 10:51 l!*ll Ont* 0:44
r.vi Sand) uk n.''...i"V. Island lldliHetl tiato lr*N
l.\ COMING si EA HEBB.
v*?vi k.- m. Ltaa
Kn I v.: i.<;i is.- vv, j ut 27.An,-lt,>r
ll it?ri|?ni.Rotterdam. Jan 24.Keih-Amer
Illivnlanil.Anita erv. Inn. 27.Ft"! Star
.Liverpool, .Lui lil.Wini- i-i ,r
N'-w fork.Html bampton. Feb ii.vinni -in
Spree.Gibraltar, Pen 'i.N vi l-l ?>?!
BUNPAY, KB BRI' VltY ll.
Colombia.'?? i n. Feb i.Columbian
I.., Champagne.... Havre, Keb .').French
: a,.Amsterdam, Jan *-i?.Dutch
MONDAY, FEBRUARY ll
lt rle .Liverpool, L-l, 2.White Star
Hr* lan.tllaaspw, Jaa BO.vi ian Btat*
-.,-.,? 'ga. il , sna. L-l, B.N Y A Luna
Vessel. Line. fr. Malls clue, v.
''uv .r Augusta, savannah, Havannah.
K William ll. N U Lloyd, Aimers, etc siloam
Vtiienvm, Southampton. tl ts) a m
f.ti.ii... N Y.v-i'uIm.Khv ani Mex portal! .-00 a iii
I'm av,, Bpanlah, Havan*. ivui.im
liniii.i. Cunard, Liv-ri.l. .", ,?i tm
I,* Oaacoan*. French, Hiv. r--. 3:90 am
Newport, Columbian, Colon.10:00 am
Rottt ? dam, Nrtii-.vinrr. Rotterdam.... ll t?? a ta
Hernia,la. Quebec, St fruit, et,-.I Lu) .itu
lilia* H.t. ll. uni, Vin. r. Hamburg.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12.
Seminole, Clyde, Charleston.
tinttaiiooclie*. Savannah, savannah.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY lg.
Travr, N Q Lloyd, Ln-iti'-ii. 8;l*lam
ltd p ni
uni a tn
BB ? tn
du p m
.?? ,i tn
.'to a ni
..! a ni
.?. p Ul
;w i tn
00 p m
00 p ut
sm rn xii news.
I'.'ItT OP NEW-YORK lilli.AY. I'Klt. 0. ls!>4.
Steamer Mobile tllrl. Horman. London .Inntiarv 2*v. wl'h
mdse to Ina New-York Shipping Co. l'mi-tad Sundy lick
ai 1 I itu p tn Mil.
Steamer Chester IBrt, Bond, Boutbamptoa January 2T,
willi iii,lae. 44 cullin un,I BS Hl?rag- poaaonner* to Inter?
national Nevtgattoa Co, Arrived at tli* Har at ft asl a tn.
Steamer Nomadic I Br), Clarke, Liverpool January BB,
arith tillie to .1 Maitland Kersey. Arrived ?t the Har ut
4 p nv
st.itin.-r Hindoo tllri. Douglass, Hull January 21. with
mils* to Sanderson .vi- S ,ntt Arrive,! ut lite Har ut 1 a tn.
Steamer Trave (Oar). Bander. Brentaa January .io.
Southampton SI, with mdse, 71 .alan uni IBB ateerac* l>??
?.ri..-.i- io ti. iii. li* Si Co. Arrlve.t ul ihe Har at 7:1ft p m.
steamer Ma,Illina tllrl. t-'ru.-fr. Trim.mu .lunn irv -Js,
lint!.a.lorn -JU, Si Luna 2B, Murttnlipn- 2H. Dominica 80
Mom Serial pl, Anthem TH. St Kitts Fi'hrintrr .i. St
>':.,,\ 1. St Thoma* 4, with tniln- un,I 22 pa?fngBIB to
a i. Out*rbrldge a Co. Arrived al tba Har m noon.
Btes mas Chattahoochee, Savage, Savannah, with mine
uni |.,i**f-nar"r* t., lt I. Walker,
Blane*** tit) ..f C..|iinii.la. lenny, West Point. Va. with
mdse nn,i piiaaoiiK.rH tu OM Dominion Steamship ??>.
Staamer Ouysndotte, Walker. Newport New* and Nor?
folk, with nidsf ntid passengers to Lld Dominion Steam?
ship ? '...
sill Hook, '?' ? ?'??? P in--Wind northenat. atrontf breeze;
Btcam*r Ruriterm.'later Petersen (iiori,Lenee, Dover for
orders Oust Hey*
Beti ..oner Mussl* Ahliott, McIntosh. Port-au-Prince
m^AimUlifBMtS^ ?d ***
Here's the last we shall say about
those reduced-price suits.
Some of then are incomplete?
trousers lacking. If you find a suit, l(%
$10; coats and vests uro |& Other
trousers to #0 with 'cm?not to match
?are $.150 to SO.
Here are the sizes?mostly for large
well-built men, von see:
Cheal M in-ti ri?
:;>; :)7 BB to 41 43 ci 44 sa
?-? ?". - .". .7 -i .7 12
. 4 16 -j 4.1 1
,S W ?<
* 4 1)
All at Prince Street.
Outside of these snits tliere is not a
suit in any of our stores that was not
niitde this season.
ROGERS, PEET ft CO.
THIlLn I Prince.
STORES, ) 32<1 lt
TELEPHONES STILL CHEAPER.
BELL MAGNETO TELEPHONES
For Sale at $l.25 Each.
ALSO MAONBTO CAM. BELLS, i Ll.KPHONYt
CORDS. OFPH'E AM' I.INi: Willi: AND ALI. NL'-KS
BAKT Si ITU Ks AT LOWEST P?Jf*EH RVERT.
THIN'.; NEW VNM* 111* BUST LONSTRUCTlOi
Telephone *?* Telegraph Co.
BALES DEPARTMENT, lt < ortlnnilt Street.
VENETIAtN IRON WORK.
IN LARGE VARIETY.
S.n.I for f'atal.-.cu*.
HULBERT BROS. k CO
?*l? Weil '.laird Mt.
mreir ?esetani*. mid and raliabi*. CMBB perte**
r?l??it: a. .om vie-* ?'?,,-;,t ,,-. and r.**.thf'ii r?f-. ?ity.
Cuts Dyai*i>si* a.-id lu .onj ilse ot uapleaaant lyrnpcoias
?nd rejuvenate ths BPSSBBI. Si BBB. B bos. At Dr .irgi.t*.
ART ATTI ARrniTFCTtRE at tho WORtTPt
PAIR_The only guttle la ezlateaca willela
discus*** the plctnre* and buildings ot thai
ralf, lllaairuied. -5 iron,
TTT.I.AOrTt rMPROVKMr-J-l-T.-Tsea rh ami ta*
artlelea br D- ??? Northrop, the prime mare*
la this work. !s*w-York City mea ir he wast
ta help beautify their native town* la tha
country ahould read this. 6 tun a copjr.
TRPSTS.?Arsrument* tn their flfwnr hy 9. fa,
T. Dodd. Solicitor of the Standard Oil Com*
puny, and ariiuiiirnl aflalait by T. V. ron.
derly, tirund Master \V or kluan of th* Ivnttfuia
? f Labor, b vents.
"OPR rHAIXrrY."?A ne** edition, with ll.
laatrated cover*. In paper. Any resralnr
snbacrllier to The 'tribune cnn act it for 40
eenta. A dcltf-looa piece of fun, wriilea by
Isaac H. Bromley for tbe lale alumni. I'rie*
luaciy Uluairuicd by Heard suii Vaiuaoo,
WAR BTORItRS_tiver forty lalee ot tha
Civil War, by Inion Soldiers. Insplrlns.tbrllU
ln?T and pathetic. Moat of them written toa
Tribune cash prise*. -*. cents.
OPEX-AIR SPORTS.?Th* Tribune's bonk,
the best American Boy's Own Rook ever
printed. Larne octavo, over r.00 page*. Of
Crest value alao to it il ti 11 a. The tuples ara
archery! horseback riding; all games of
balli rifle nnd ahotanni sailing; bunt nnd
lai'bl bnlldlnai swlimning; akntlng| blcy
cline and In fact the whole runge of laud*
able open-air sports. A few tropic* only*
lil.* SL-". each.
IWTFRTl'ATlO'a-XI. Wi MT RAFF.*.?Tbe story
?f each of the races of past years, welt told*
?nd profusely illustrated. ?*? cent*.
TRIBUNE ALMANA!". 1M?3.-In cloth, gi.
BIO ISSI F.?L?The brat of IL.iv>. Il IL H.vrr'B
articles tn The Weekly Tribune un the Tar*
IS, Finance and silver. Au education in ll*
?cit. Ml cant*.
Steamer Tasssnssa, M Kee, fharlestun ..: I Jacki nv lia
-Vi V ilyUc & C,.
steamer Lmbru IBr), Dutton, i.v Vernon ll
lin'vvn & Co,
rtraaiar La Oaaraa*** (Br), Baatelll, Havre A Ferasf.
Steamer Adln.n.iin'tt (Br), Sin-'tn. a iv I'ayes, J
r-.- -rim. Forwood & Co.
Steamer ArAaacorrach iRr), Hird, a lansnnamo pi Jv?-o,
rt. W.iv.l.li K- CO
Steamar Rha*tla (Rn. I... iv ic. Hambura R J Cortl*
Sleamer Kaiser Wilhelm ll (Uer), "a.
Qen m. ??-.' iieln h, \ Co
Steamer Westhall (Br), ll amy, I.vii John >'. s*-is*--.
Steamer Hannan**! iiin. Du ... Bru - vik>ll
A >' ?
Steamer Jason (Rr), ILiv.ii, Montego Ba) .1 '?'? K*rf
A . -
Uart! Hiv,In Brown, CampllBB Kv1 '.,- v .
Steamer* Tem****, Charleston url Jacksonville; Rt*
OratKle, Brunswick am] Fernandina; Tallahasse, Sa
NOTICE TO MARIXERg
B ti lal rn.1 I., sae Whistling livy
Notice ts (siv.-n that Bon [aland l.*ds* VV'hlatllns Bu -r,
ted .ni,I black iv n/., nu] itrlset anti th* 1 Hers "L l L-'
tri white, I* report. 1 .. inft. lt will be pis 11 oa Ita
station, .ii*..nt 2% uni..* 1: *4 ? from Boon Island l.'cht
1,,'H^i- Maine aa Boon aa rn ? 1 ible. Bearing la mu-netio
and ,iis.?n.*. in nautical miles.
Hy i.rtl.r nf the l.iKiitii'iisr 1
J Wllis A r.RKKR.
Rear Admiral V S. Kary, I'liaiimaa.
Waahinsl *i, iv c.. Keb, B, ISM.
THB MOVBMEK is ul' BTBaAJfsTSg.
Bieamer Runic um. Lindale)', sailed fi ,m Liverpool for
Kew V'..rk l'rl,mary V.
Steamer Maieatli (Bri, Parsed Uverpool Ibr NewYark.
aail"! fr..fi Queenaloap February '?'
Bieamer Cairo iBr), Ht 1 fi rn Hull It Kew-l -lt
Steamer Bnownak< (Br), Rhyni -. sailed fr ti ivnanti roy
NViv v..1 iv February v.
Strain.t I'rvi,. iliti. Ni ? ?). fr.'iti Nw-Yatk January 30
f.*r Liverpool, pased K'tis.-ii,, Februar) '.'.
Btcamer Bdaai (Dutch), Brunsma, fr*>ni Kew-Tors Janu?
ary si f..r Rotterdam, passed Prawle r Int Pebmari B
Stesiaer Sorrento ttli-rt. Jora*a*sn, from N.w-Vi..-g
January il, iirrlv^l al Hamburg I.iv nv s
sii-umrr Puers! Bismarck, Albara from Kew-Tora, sr
rivr.i at Olbrallar Ptbruary :?
simmer Kui, a iti.-ri. Thalenhorst, Kew-York, arrived
at Nap!** Pebruary '?' and proceeded lor Oeaoa.
st.iimi-r Wieland .firrv pTeesBuui, New-Tork far I'.'nv*,
arrived at NanleB Pebruan '??
Steamer fVamiwi (Br), Prise, from Japan ami China,
anil.-.' rr.,m Aiuler* f.,r Kew-York Pebruary 4.
steamer Neuatrta iPr), Brtand, saii^.i Iroai N'spi** IBf
New-Tork Pebruary rt.
sir,m*r Powhatan (Br). Bdwai la, Ball l Cross l'aL-nn*
f,,r N*w-Tork Pebruary S.
It ls a p:ir,l..ti;ih'<. tliiiii; to COVSt gOotl Ixvira.
Parker's Hair Balaaas i-iv.-* la creased Ki"Wt!,, rteaasBBl
and vvaltti ta the hall.
Mrs. Wlnslow'B s.i.vtliliii* Bjrrup
ha* Leen t,?e I f,,r over I'll'TV VBARS bi MILLIONS nf
MOTHERS FOR TUKIK I'HH.liRKN Willi.K TEKTH
INO with perfect SFCt'ESK IT SOtiTHES th* rilil.li.
BOPTENS Till.: Ol'MS. ALLAYS ALI, LAIN. iTHr'S
WIND COLIC, and I* th* IIE8T REMEDT Kt'tt
niAimiloFA. s..i,i by .li-unuist* in arory part af in*
world. TWKNTY-KIV I'. t'LNTS A liOTTLL.
E. &. TAT.
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* new collar.
Hl'NRY A. DAMIBlat. M. Ti.,
PO VV HST BBTH-flT, a
Plaeas** of th* Nervou* Myaiem. OenlL-rrlnary OcBBSS)
Imootsncy and Sterility. Uoura, I to L ? t* t\