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I THE NEWS OF BROOKLYN j
IN THE SOCIAL WORLD.
With polo on tlie th? Proepect Park Parade
(?round !n th?? last week an.l more gamea scheduled
for tho Immediata future; with lawn tennis playera
flaunting their rackets In the streets and placca
where nets ean l>e at retched; ?ritta talk already
start.?) about bowling clubs and "aparea" and
"strikes," ami the whist players preparing to get a
good grip on systems r.f leads nn.l the most ap?
proved methods of handling trumps, there !> every
appearance of an early beginning of the indoor
and outdoor life of th?; various social sets of the
city, the acenea of activity being much nearer home
than either ibe seashore 01 the mountains. Iti ad?
dition to this, the express companies have begun
their annual practice of sending out statements of
the enormous numl?er of trunks they are )tan?lltng.
on Sundays as well as weekdays, and the hoard
shields, which have guarded houses on the Heights,
the Hill and the Park Plop,. have begun to come
down, while the house-cleaners and renovators are
the busiest men in the town. All these signs point
in unmistakable directness to Ihe early return from
summer haunts of the small army of BroOklynltea
which started on an Indefinite leave of absence
with the llrst approach of really warm weather.
But while the holiday-makers may return with Mg
stories of fishing ani hu-.itlng exploits, there is one
Satisfactory point to he noted in thai connection.
That, is, that the majority of those who were unable
to join the throng of wanderers and remained in
the city bava aosumulated coats of tan and
marks of sunburn almost ns deep in color nnd
fully as painful In th?? way of obtaining?, ns those
Which will h?? brought bach to town hy those who
went far afield. This is due, ln .1 treasure, to the
fittractlvtness of tho programme? which have beei
offered at the benches an?l other resorts near home.
Manhattan has more than kept up its record, and
barring limitations Imposed hy unkind rulers of the
weather, the seaso ? has been one of unalloyed hap?
piness and prosperity. Cool breejsy.a, delightful
muMe. a comi?, opera, old ln years, bul presented
in a way which m.nle its performances nlwnvs of in?
terest: fireworks, in which l'ulti apparently hunted
for a new record, and a cirrus which delighted
swarms of little people and not a few of ? larger
growth, were parts of an array which drew thou?
sands within the spell of the soi r.dlng surf. Htid the
surf itself, as the business nt the bathing pavilion
showed, suffered no apparent loss of popularity h,?
caufe so many people were out of town. Brighton
Reach and the Seldi concerta were a strong counter
i>ttr?vtlon. and did a fair business, although it ?a
a matter of regret among the music-loving pe>
?le of the city that the Seldl Society should nave
ten taxed so heavily to make up a deficit In the
cost of the inusual end of the programme.
All the other nearby resorts had ih?'lr share ?if
attention, and the result is that there is a growing
opinion that New-Ycrk and its vlclnliy an?l Broo.1
lyn and its beaches furnish about as good an ar?
ticle in the way of summer resorts as s?.tn?? of the
more expensive and less democratic places affected
hy those whose purses are long enough to "stand
With the swelling tide of home-comers naturally
come rumors of engagements In which all society
is Interested, and some definite announcements
have been made, one of the most Interesting of the
latter being that of the engagement of Miss Ann??
Low Plerrepont. daughter of Henry K. ?Plerrepont,
of Columbia Heights, to Lea llcllvalne Laquer, son
of the Rev. Lea Luip.i? r. rector of the Kplscop.il
< -.?r.-h in Bedford, Weatchester County. The
JesTrrepont* and Loquera need no Introduction to
Rrooklvn people, ns both families have been Identi?
fied with the city since its earliest days. aflea
Plerrepont is ihe elder alstec <>f Mrs. R Burnham
ifoffatb and the old Brooklyn home of the Loquera
is at N?>. 618 llenry-st., whlon is now occupied by
.Miss S.rah Luquer, nn aunt of the prospective
bridegroom and a sister of Mrs. Alexander K. < >rr.
Mr. Luquer is a graduate of the Columbia School of
Mitus. and II now an instructor in the University.
Members of the Young Women's Christian Am -
ci.'tion ar. looking forward to the posalblllt) of
mm Interesting Informal talks from Mrs. Edwin
L? ? r?. the vice-president of the organisation, who
!. ?- r. gently return???.? to )??t home, in Bemsen-sl .
afer an absence of in.my months spent ln foreign
travel. Her t.?>ir Included ? winter In Algiers and
?? vUlt to the Holy Land.
Edward B. Ralnaford, th.? sai rlstan of the Church
cf the Bplph my, at SfcDonougb-st. and Tompktns
?ve., the Rev J R. Nies, pastor, waa the guest al
? farewell reception given in hi? honor on Thurs?
day evening by the S? Cecelia Qulld, St. Andrew's
Brotherhood and the Bplpbany Boy?' .'int.. There
wai ? brief-but Interesting pro-ramme, al th?? close
of which Mr. Rainsford receh'ed a handsome oak
rocking chair. i?r? nenies] by hla friends. He gave .?
f? w w ird? ot advice and encouragement in reply,
addressing his remarks principally to th" Hoys'
Club and Ihe St. Cecelia Qulld, both of which he
was largely Instrumental In founding.
One of the most Interesting weddings of the w.? k
was thai of Miss i.iilie WoM an?l Ciarle? Oabortie,
whl ?? was ci lebrated on Wednesday evening al No.
12 Roche?!? r-ave.? tl ? Rev. A. F. Newton, pastor of
the Rochester Avenu?? Congregational Church,
officiating Miss Bdle Clark and Miss Robina
Wo id, I lister of the bride, were th?? bridesmaids,
and James F. Welsh and Albert Hart, jr., a co'isln
of th?? bridegroom, were the best men. Thomas
Ueeson. a brother-in-law of the bride, wa? the
ush.r An .'.at..rat? r? ?ep'ion followed the c.,re?
?r? ? : y, and a large number of gu?mi were present,
includine Mr and Mrs. <J. flefiroeder. Miss Isalie?
1er. Jr., Mr. ami Mrs. A. Hick
Bchroedt-r, t; Sehr? .
son. Mr. and .Mrs. Clark, Mis? K. 11.
jr c. Jaeger, W. Clark, Mrs Anstett, Mr? Prlch
ard. Miss Llllle Anstett, H Perrlne, ?f. F. Welsh
Mrs. Welsh, Mi-a M Brady, Ml" ?oops. Mr. an.
Mrs Hart, Miss Muni-? Hart, Mis? Time Bchnibbi
Miss Annie Dickson, Ml** Kranee? l?icx,?.o... Robert
Dickson. Miss Ella Qlddinas, Mis
Misa Minnie Van llooven, Miss All
Dora. Ciri? h. Charles P. Buckl
Miss Liscie Woolst-y. Mrs
?ark, A. Hart.
H? ?ilK-ail. ili-i
Mi-s ?Dora Klingle
Mary Wood, Mr. and
me, Miss M. ?. Wood, Miss W. Wood.
?,..i:..i Wood. Miss Q Wood, Misi Isabel
Wood, Mi.-s Lillie Wltthohn, Mr and Mr? Thomai
l'.efson. Miss Helen l'..es?.n. Mrs William Hl?k
l.,an Miss Mildred F. Ill? km.ui. Mr and Mrs Jam?s
Dickson Mr. and Mrs. M P. Cook, Mr. an?l Mrs.
William Woolsey. Mr. and Mr?. J. V. Hill, Mrs.
l>ar.e Mr. and Mrs O. H. Havman. Miss H.
Plalsted Miss Sara McCurdy, Miss Banford, Mr*
Larder. ?Miss Mary ?L-arder arai Miss
Member? of B. F. Mlddleton Poet, O. A R.. were
Interested in the wedding on Wednesday afternoon
of Mrs. Louisa Hraisted McCartney and Comrad?
Samuel A. Budd, which took place at the home of
the bri.le's father. John W. Hraisted. The cere
tnonv was informed by the Rev. Webater R. Maul,
chaplain of Ihe post, and formerly pastor of the
Pilgrim Baptist Church. A wedding ?breakfast fol?
lowed the ceremony, and Mr. and Mrs. Budd si.tt? ?i
at once on a wedding trip, which will Include ? \i-it
to Niagara Falls and points of Interest In Canada |
Nearly nil Klatbush whs In attendance on Wednes?
day evening at the wedding of Miss Kathrin?? King.
daughter of William A. King, of No ?S?0 Flatbusl:
ave.. to Rollin Henry White, of Cleveland, Ohio,
which was celebrated at 8 o'clock In the drawing
room of the King homestead, the Rev. Mr. Hoyt,
rector of St Paul'? Eplacopal church, Fiatbush,
officiating. The brille vrsi litter, led by Miss La?
vinia King, ber sister, as maid of honor, and by
Miss Agnes Campbell, of New-York; Miss Lottie j
Kills, of Oswego; Miss Lorraine Hart, of Albion;
Miss Mabel I,eonard, of Rtaten Island, and Miss I
Grace Bernle, of Springfield. Mass Tho bridegroom ?
was attended by his brother. Clarence White, as |
beat man, and the usher? wer? Walter White, a j
brother; Fre.'.erick White, a cousin, both of CleVe- ?
?and; William King nn?l Robert King, brotberwof ?
the bride; John Van Nostrani]. Edward Young, of
Pittsburg, and Malcolm t'lephune. of New-York. A
wedding supper was served after the ceremony
the guests including ex-Secretary of the Navy Re?
?amlti ?\ Tracy, donerai Isaac 8. CatUtj, Mr. and
Mrs. Windsor, of Cleveland; Lieutenant Kennlng
ton. of Washington; Mr. and Mrs A. L Ashman
md many others.
Another man from the Went won a Brooklyn
bride when Miss Harriett R. Dunneli was married
to H. A. Taylor, of MadUon. Wi>. The wedding
took place at No. Ct.", Lafayitt,? ave , the ofaVlatlng
?lergymau hehig the Hev. Mr. goutheston, of
Bro<?klyn. The bridegroom
In the West He Is
.tourna I." and was
of "The wl-.
r ? wan I nlteij States
Commissioner of Railroads under Harrison, and
also served in the Iilplomatic Carp? under the i,ar
The Rev. Dr. Certwrlght, of St. Barnnbas's
Church, Bushwlck-.ive., has returne?l hotast after
m. brief vacation, and a hat vest home is to be held
by his congregation on the church ground" ?>n lap?
tember 17. The church is to lie hitidsonvlv dOCO
rat?*?], and the announcement la made *hat Timothy
L. Woodruflf will be on., of the speakers at the
? REPUBLIC W BALLT,
The Twenty-first Wanl Republican Battery h? Id a
rousing rally on Friday evening nt No 211 Floyd
St.. together with the Lincoln Club und the M? -
Kinley Cluh of tho ward. A parade through the
principal streets of the ward procederi the meeting.
and a big display of drowart? was ? prominent
feature of the demonstration Among tho ???, i.k.r.s
ri?L^^0 temple, of Wut Virginia; Colonel
Iftwls R btegman und W. II. BpoeridTe. Mr Kei?
?eJK*!.01*4.^,** T*lh Vlr?l??? ?nd West Virginia
would ,iv? tbelx electoral votes to McKinley thU
BETAIL COAL DEALERS BV8Y.
COX?SUM?BBJ OBTTINQ IN THEIR SUPPLIES j
BBFOBB THE ADVANCE TAKES BFFECT.
Retail r.,al dealers In Brooklyn did a lively busi?
ness yesterday. There .?????ins t.? be g great ?rash :
on the part of coal consumers to take advantage
of tho .??.** rate i?of,.rc the ?.", ?_'."? rate ?.??.? Into effen i
<>n Tuesday. These ur.? th.? figures, ?>f cms.?, for
single ton deliveries on the sidewalk. The rais??
which R...S int.? effect "n Tuesday nnus announced I
at the same meeting ?>f th? Retail Coal ?Dealers'
Exchange at which th?? increase from M 7?"? ; ? >'."?. ,
which went int.. ..ffct this week, was decided
upon. At the present wholesale rate? the dealers !
say there ?ill be nn profil at !??.".'J., a ton, so most !
? ?f them seem t.> think there will 1.?? no trouble in ?
keeping all th?? dealers in lin- for thai advance ;
?? announced yesterday, several ?>f th- dealers :
ar?? prciictiiu,' ?m advance t?> .?."..Mi a ton in the I
11. L. MATT TO HE TUE CAPTAIX.
??G.?G??? Tu LEAD thi: CRESCENT ?FOOT
?BALL TEAM, WHICH HUGH T. WREAKS
Herbert Lee Pratt ami Hugh T. Wreaks have ?been
chosen as captain ami manager ?respectively of the
?Crescent Athletic Club's football tenm for th.? fill
season. Th.? meeting al which the elections were
made was held on Tuesday cvenlnK at IheCrescent'i
house In Cllnton-st., am! was attend. ?I by ? numbel
of the club's football enthusiasts
Mr Pratt is a son <?f ihe late Charles ?Pratt, ami a
brother of ??eori?e I?. Pratt, a former captain "f the
I'rescent team. He was graduated from Amberai
College in the class of "X,. ami in Ills senior y? ar was
captain of the Amberai learn, George Prati was a
lending athlete at Amtierst, and, like ??Bert," ?:,s a
member of th?? college eleven in the four years of
his course. In his .senior year he vas captain of one
of th?? strongest teams Amhersl ever had Herbert
received much of his edu -atton in th.? game from in?
cider brother, and played quarterback when Ueorge
in the fall of ? when Herta p was captain of the
team, John T. Pratt, '%. a younger brother, played
quarterback while "Bert" went to fullback, ?..?.-;
fall John was captain of the Amhersl learn.
The ('resents new captain la not heavily built,
but he is an active, energetic player, with a full
knowledge of th?? game, ll?? has played most suc?
cessfully as quarterback, f??r which position he Ii
beai tittp?l by his weicht, ills , sperience in build?
Ing up and commanding ? team While In ? <>l!? ge will
b?? of greal ?tervlce t<> him m his ?generalship of the
Crescent cIcn en.
The breaking off ..f the s, ri.'s of gemei liei ween
the Crescent Athletic Club and Ihe Orange Athletic
?'liib lias detracted Kreativ from th? Interest ?.: Ihe
Crtsceni members In football. It i- somewhat
doubtful, then-fore, whether the coming season n\ : 11
?"? as lively as several other season! h.-iv.? l?, ?, Mi
Wreaks will without doubl arrange game? nniiIi sev?
eral strong leami from nearby eitle? and towns, but
It is not likely that th?? exdtemeni ..! other yean
will accompany this venr's contest? Th, ios? ??:
their strongest ?rival has had a demoralizing effcci
upon the Crescent enthusiasts, hut there i- inter? st
enough remaining lo support 11 strong team.
A NEW STEAMSHIP LINE.
IT WILL BE THli OUTCOME OF A CON80I,
IDATION OF THE WILBON AND THE
LEYLAKD-FTRKEBfl ! INES
T),?-re will be a new steamship itr,?? running be?
twe< ? Brooklyn and London some time this winter,
This is th?? outcome "f a consolidation <?! tin- Wil?
son Bros., of Hull, and the Leylai Purn? Line,
of l.m:.u.n. The faci has l"?-n announced bj O
wald Sanderson, a?xent ??f the Wilson Lin? A w\\
as couhi be learned in his al?.--? ?? ?? .? lerday, the
Idea is m form a new company, spart from U
Wilson I.in??, but In which ihe Wilson? are '. ?
Interested. Th?? Intention Is to run one line to Pos?
ten ?ital the other to this poi ?
Th?? Wilson Line, as it is r.ow. li ine largest Indi?
vidually owned steamship line In Ihe world, there
being In the fleet between M and 100 ?t? im
t??- Kr.:.' distributing |H>lnl is Hull, and from ?.
? arti????.- e,m be shipped t?< any port ??:. tbe ?glob?
The own.-rs contemplate building a number of new
ateamsbtpa of ?greal rapacity and speed, at freight?
ers go The t!rst of these, the Idaho, described In
The Tribune forn?.? months ago, sailed from 1? Ti?
tle's stores early yesterday mondi.? with over
1000 lorn of cargo for Hull. A sister ship t.- on tbe
Th?? newly consolidated lines have tfven out con?
tract! for in-?? new vesaels, t?> be ready 1 ir -? ? ??
next June. They will have ? cargo rapacity of
K0?0 tons and accommodations f'?r eighty saloon
passengers, with a speed of fourteen knot* an noni
One of th- officers of tie- newlj arrived '-'??""? r
Marengo sul.i last evening thai the offices ol the
new concern bad been opened in I<ondon before hi?
-hit? sailed There 's said to be M.OW.00O Invested in
th?? new concern. The line al Ibi? port will do ? il
the Wilson ?Mera, ?between Montague and Slate sis
Ther.? win ais.? ?- a weekly - rvi?- ?between ?Boston
und London _
EXAMINING EXCISE ACC0VNT8.
Th- annual visitation of the Brooklyn inn,, h of
the Kx.lse ?Department tiegan yesterday morning
John Ii Hte.l, secretary ?if the Btate ?Department,
accompanied by Auditor Davis, Bookkeeper Phillips
..ml seven clerks from New-York, took ?possession ??f
th.? office nn?l began a systematic esamlnatlon ??r
th.. records and bonds which bave accumulated
ander Colonel Mlchell'i administration. Borne Id? ?
if th?? labor involved In this examination m'? be
gamed from th?? fact lhal there are over ?.(? bondi
,,n ni?? Ko far ai the egamination pror.led yes?
terday ?,- <rr"ts wire found, ?.nd Colonel Micheli
WMCompllmenled by Ihe State'officials for ?te eg.
celienl way In which the records of ih? uffici had
been k?i?i.' p win require about ;> weeh t?< com?
plete th.? examination.
Till: PURCHASE COMPLETED.
The ?purchase by the city of the Ville de ?Sale?
Academy ??roperty In raght-eenth-ave., Iietween
nfty-Mventh and Fifty-ninth Mi hi been com?
?pitted. Th" work of remodelling the bul
which is to ?become the Brooklyn Disciplinary
Training >9ehool for Hoys, will i??? pushed forward
rapUly? This school is Intended aa ? rei ige for
boya from seven to fourteen yean old, who have
| beet, ponvlcted of offences subjecting them to
I short term? of imprisonment. Sin? ? the Truant
Home has ?been limited to truants from the pub
| |te schools th? re ha- been no proper pia-?<? t.. s, ,,,?
hovs culli) of crime ?Police Justices have kieen
compel????!, therefore, to commi! youthful crlml?
nais to ih?? county Jail, wher?? their assodstloni
were wholly bed.
Til?? Villa de Siil'-s property I? situated ti??:?r the
I Coney Island Boulevard and also near Parkvllle,
it consists of nine acres ?f ground, well shaded
by tre?s The building is a commodloui four
story brlek structure and covers about 76x16 feel
A frame bull.llrig slan?ls near It. whl? h Will I???
turned int.? a workshop Th?? t.ri.-k i.uU<iii>k wii?
b?? mad.? to accommodate ISO boys, it w??s for
munv rears the home of the Sisters of Ihe Visita?
tion who conduct???! a ?lay school for boys Th??
properly was bought for $i?V??J. Th?? Institution
?a ill be under Ihe management of a superintendent,
to b?? appointed i>v th?? ?Board of Managers,
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS.
The Board of Elections has Jusl Issued ? neat
little puraphb-t, entitled "Election ?Law? Relating
to th?? Appointm?nt and Duties of ?;.ti.,n offi?
cials in th?? Ctty of Brooklyn." it ha? rhapters
.f ebeUon officers, the registration
upon the dull?
of electora, conduci of the election, ranvass <?f
votes by Inspectors, i><.IUiik places, ballot boxes,
votili? booths ????? Kiiard r.ills. It also has One
upon the peinai code, as it relates t?> violation? oi
the election law. and the ?political divisions of He
1 WHEEL, A LINE, AND A BET.
The much-mooted queetwa as to whether a
I bicyclist can ride a chalk Mm is ?mo? t<> ??.? .i??
| ci.icii William ll. Woodcock, organist of the Qar
' den City Cathedral ami an expert bicyclist, snd J.
j A. Taylor. Deputy County Treasurer, ha v.? made a
; wais'iT of ?MM each on the following conditions: Mr.
j Taylor l>?-ts that he ean, within four weeks, pro?
l duce ?? man who will ri?!?? h stralaht chalk Una IM
I feet In length ?m ? bicycle without the variation
I of onc'flilrty-Hecomi of n Inch from the line. The
? n<l?-r Is to h"iv.? a Bytal start ot ten feet,
A FAIR TO AID A LIBRARY.
The women managers of th?? Fori u imtlton Free
Library ara making extensiv? ?preparation? for a s.,i,
of useful and fancy artille? ta he held on Wednesday
afternoon and evening next In the ?'. John's parish
house. In Nrnety-ninth-si . near Port Hamilton ava
? The library U io need of money to me. t ih- running
expensea. and the managen hope iu make the affair
a succcaslul une
BUFFALO WON IN THE RAIN.
SOME LIVELT POLO PLATINO ON TMR
SOAKED PARADE GROUNDS.
AGAINST Till-: RI'flHEfl AND DRIVE?, ??
THE MATCH BT 1G-, OOAL-fl TO Id
Rain has no tenors for the expert polo man. He
r? t'.ics in it with beauteoua fortitude, end the Hy?
ing mud of pony hoofs in his face is to bim aa the
pelting ..f hailstone? upon a atone arali. It la noth?
ing. Back and forth hi plunge? over th? level ra?
pai ?? of muddy green field, Intenl only upon vi? -
tory, while Ihe crowd, numbering el flfel Into ?! e
ihoueanda, dwindle? away lo a mere handful of
???? *ar> attendant? and enthtialaetlc, polo-crnxy
?pectntor?, Su.!i was the champwnehlp i"?i" game
\.st. rday betwi en the Buffalo Countr) Cluh and the
Meadowbrook Country Cluh, of Ixmg Island, win?
n? ra of Ihe two cent? at ? lent w? ? k In Ihe gam*? for
the Brooklyn Riding and Driving Cluh pri/? s.
Uame waa lo have been railed at 1 o'clock, and
wh.n ? hi hour arrived a tine drlele Blled Ihe air
Then? wa* ? few minutes? delay In which Referre
Herbert conferred with the playera Aa has been
raid, rain had no terror? fot Ihem, and with one
a.?, or,! ever) man In th-? two team? tlected to p?
on. Although the ?ky wa? threatening from early
in the a fielt,,.on, ihe announcement ol the . hain
pionahlp names drew ? Saturday throng of ?pec- ?
latore, .Many aoctety people went in their tally- '
hoa, draga or brake?, and Ie*?* aerially ambitious |
folk drove t,? th,? ti? id in v? hi.-ii s more moileet,
while the multitud?? came on foot, bicycle nnd tr..i
ley-car to the number ?.f *.<*?< or more. The rain
began ah.,ut .".::... and during the few moment?' de- ]
la) lu piny the majority of the people broke for ihe ]
few roadhouaea In the neighborhood. Soon they
saw th?? colored shirt- of ihe player? cavorting |
about the field, and almost with one accord, brav?
ing the diisxlc th.n failing, they returned to the
Inclnaure. it la hard t.. ?ay what it la that ?ill |
, .m?., a crowd to ling? r In a ralnrtorm, bul the only
explanation -'tus to be In this apertile ?'as- ih.n
the show was fr.?.? and evidently in. st of the crowd
on G??? wanted to gel the money'a worth of their
??.nisi.?.Ting that the twoteama were holly handi?
capped b) rain and the soft condition of the ground,
th.? gain.? waa a g.l one. Fortunately there were
no aci hlents, and thla may be attributed t<? the fact
lhal ?very man rccognlxed Ihe danger of ahort
turn-, and directed Ms pony ?.r.lingU Tl.??
game was won bj Buff ilo, with a acore ..f I? to ti'.?
Clay began al exactly two minute? after I o'clock.
In the tirsi period Ihe Buffalo men had It all their
own way, and the righting waa principally In the
Meadowbrook goal Aft? r the ball ? lad ????? ? thro? ?
He ward Cary and l ?t Cary cabled It quickly toward
??,. Ueadowl-rrok goal, and a llvelj acrlmmage r.
?,. tod a ahorl ilUtai. from Meadowbrook'? poeta
Th?? hall at no time got fur ? way, and Ihe goal waa
I .-...red bj Beward Cary In a minute and ?
half It was even honor? at the end "f Ihe aecond
goal. ???? ?>f the Dl?) was In the Huff.ilo si?!??. hUl
Vlngul and Roby, by excellent play, alternating In
their rushes, carried ll down to the oth.-r Sid??, and
at the end of t?.> and a hall minuti - Vlngut, by ?
go.,,1 atroke, eeored Then came ? Buecewlon of
three goa's f.,r ihe Buffalo men, won by C Cary,
Davi? and l?r Cary, the Ural being In two mlnutea
and a half, the aecond a minute lei , and Ihe third
In thin?, aecond* In the Brat of Iheae 1
Car) dropped the ball on the throw-In, md betw? ?
him and Dr Cary the whit, aphere waa rarrl?*d
along toward th.- goal, the Meadowbrook men pro
...? with all tti.-ir might The ground by this
lime had become ? atri m? ? ???? ? " : ? ??? ? >
man. aft.r all, had s,,n,.? r?.? ml for hi* boi ?
w. il ? - thi ? ol ? !- poi \. there ?? re man) ml*???*
wh? ? it came to trlklng al Ihe Itali In ?
. ruah? ? Hut through tl ?? (Ij Ii ?; mud and
the driving rain came Beward Cary In? reali Th?
ball had atopped then, tnd behind him ? ime the
clattering h?rnernen He ralard his mallei high In
the air. and by a beautiful .? troke fol
from ihe ground directly it. between th? enemy'?
goal poai Then In ? ? Ihe ?. ? ? f
u in the Buffalo aid?. aln.? Imm? t? ftei
the h ill h id I? ft the r? ferei '?? !. il I ? ml) 01 ?
It ; ? '..r? toward M? ..?! ? hr? ok'a |
Tl.er.? naa good Int? rfer? n? ?? In thl ?
Davla'a mallet ?truck tt..? lucky atroke
1 ? ? ? ? waa a brief nei Imm ige, ami thi ...
tl ? ; u and took It all the ? ly down Ih? fi?
Ing hl? own uiv In the ii,.,t>.r for thirt?.? brief
I thi ? nd ol v. : .? !. ? ... ,j ;,,,.
othei The two followli ? goal* were even honora
.?, ??.? ihe Meadowbrook, acorrd the Drat
I ?.. ,???. ??.? ih? ?:?,?:.,,., mi ?, , or?*d ti.. -, . ,,,.,? ?| ?...
tin.?? ?as t'.iit) arcond?, and t??> minute? and >
In ?!??? ni \t goal lh< r- v,., ? p|, ? ?
[?I? H ?? i> md forth ?? nl th? ? ... So? '?,
Meadowbrook'* territory, and the I, raemen mla?*<l
up. with two ?? Ihr??? r?f ih? m? ? . ing? ri) atriktng ..?
? he *ph? ?? ?., orde? io avoid a t.u.tden coin ?
with ti.. mu.Iil) turf This goal ?a.,.- ?hat h drip?
ping enth ?-: ,-t ? ittitn the r..p. s . ,?:. .? |?0| ? ?
il. ? .s the man ? ? thr? the ntr ?n<l
}. lied t., Vlngut, i'ot ?, : ..?.?, old man - -ha?
lt. !,?.?> ?our cha nee ' And VI ng ?? ? ?. lee.l for a I,
he ?aa north Bui . ? > of Ihe ? uri - li ?a* tin
|X'H*lble ?. m-? which one. Interefered und Vin
gui for a mom? ni lost control. The two ??!? - ???
aawed, and the hud?, little ponte* anorte?!
I'-'ff' '? Th? ? . r?. r more <h irp play i.o?.. ..,,,,,,. ,|
up for th.? ?..,?,a Inland men Vlng H got ihe ball
and although I ?i Charlea ?'ar> mad? ... ip? rata
efforia to head him ,.fr. Vlngul l?ore atralghi h
the men behind lilin on hi -i h \. .?i,,,? t., k?'? ? ? up'
W h? n t(.. ?-..ii had t? a? lied a little t.. the right ..f ti,??
B iffalo goal, VlnguCa m ill? t rea? hed oui and .?
pretty drivi arored for hi* aide It wa* a hard
fought contest, wa* thl* |.I, md after It waa over
??. ? 01 tWO of th?? in. I, Changed ponl.s Th? two
1,,-t goala wen? won by l?r Car) and iMvta for Ih?
I'.uffalo Hide, in ihis period Bufet) knock, ? ri
duced the acore for each aide by a quarter ? ? ore
being '.\ to ??.
I Ian followed twenty minutes' Interini.? In
?jrhlch th.? player* ? ? iwil . Into ihe member?' ?'? nt
~bls lent, the da) being are!, hail more g.| In?
alile ..f it than a ?hoi. , m hospital ? ordinary '
.?.?? i?lcr* It undoubted!) -.?-. -.I the llvia ol . ?
eral ut,f..Mut, ,T. . who-.? ???-??,.-. rompelli ? th, ?, I
to ata) through th?? whole sad and heartrending if- ?
'???.? The tent begun In being di\. i?n wh.n it ;
had become ihorouglil) rain souk.?I n drlpm?! and :
drlpiad badi) Then it waa lhal an Inno.-ent look
Ing little lull, from who?? ley depth* a|*oute.| forth ;
storm-defying draught*, ranoiiMly, and al no arid? '
pre id Inten'ala pro? ? ?? . b.
It v.. aftei .? o Clock when ihe l?<ii rana for ihe
aei-ond period, ? very ??od) had ?,, .? refreahed th.-i,
by ?. f??? minute?' r? st. and ihe tir-t goal was m ,??, ,| ,
in Ihlrtl aeeond* I?) iJe.irgi for th.? Meadowbrook
side The aecond period reaulted tu foui goal* foi I
Ihe Huff,lo men, and thr??.? for tl'-ir option? tits
making Ihe aeo-e ai that lime, 10?, la :.-?, it ?.
?iltno-t ?lark ?hen ihe third period was fintali??.! I
and .\>ii ???? i.i.M.r- thcmarlve? had I.rime ilre.l ?
Ol the etu?? |,y thi- lime
The learn* lined up a* follow? '
Buffalo fount? flub l?r Charle? Cary, ??? ?.
Uve hai,'ii-ap-, Thomaa i'nry, No ?. three nandl
e.,p-. Beward <'?:?. So, :. f..ut handicapa; II ?
l?a\ i-, back, tw'i han.II. ,i| ? Total, 11
M?.,,|,,w 1,look Ciuf. II. ? Vitigni, So 1 thr.->
handicap?; crai? VVadaworlh, Xo 2 one handieaii
? \V Roby, ??. I, three handicap?; Laurence
Ucorge, la. I.. ihre? handicap?. Total IO. Th? im
. ? au
r r ? ???? il - Cary, BulTol ? .
. b il, \ tumi Mead, ? iti ..,?? .
? ?.n.? g ,? . ' . .? . litigai ? .
K'iurlh r .? h*. I? Huff*I ? .
i*,riii goal, ??? fan. ?.,?,,? . .
Sixth B?*al, ?. 'i? ?'.'?? ???,..??.? Ho, k .
s. ?. .??,?., -p-al ? ? ? '- Buffai ? .
Righiti gnal, V'Ingut, MeaaVi? l?, k .
Ninth goal, i?r i'ary, Buffalo.
Tenlh ?? Bl, liavla, Buffalo .
SI?.- ..M. PERI?II
lit?: ????:. I?. <?>ri:?. *.;?..? \?l.r.,..k. ?? :??
s. ? nd r??l B. Cary. Buffalo . 1 :to
! Third gsaL R W Robey, Msadowfarook. O:J0
Kmirth ??wl. H T Ravis. Buffale. * .VJ
rifth coal, ? ? ??'n'.-.it. ||ead"Wbrook. tm
Sixth a ?!, f Cary, ???? le . " ?'?"
Ht MltB e I. s. ?'.?'?. Itiiffal.:??-?. f???0
Kit.? mei s. Cary. Beffalo. ???
.-? nit ,?. ?? ? Vinaut, m?? . , .?? ? ...k. 8:?0
Tli.r.l e ?! ?? ? Vlncut, ?<?.?.| ?wl.r - '.. . . . ? '"'
F.HiMh ? ?' II ? Im?. ??, Buffai ? ... . ? '"
l'ifth r ?.' ? ?? ?' Bnffalo. ? '"
Plxih gnal. ?t. l'ary, Buffali.I asi
Seventh c?? il. S I'sly, I'm (T il ' . 4 SU
rhth ? II ? ! ?' ? Muffai?! . 1*0
? . , . ? ? ? ? ?. .:???? 1?'? ? , ? ?V
A BIG CLASH COMING.
DEMOCRATIC FACTIONS TO BEGIN
ARRAXORMRXT*. FOR ???? MEBTIN08 ?? WHICH
ALL Tin: i.i;\|.|.n?; GOLD AND SILVER
" TALKERS i.ky.W TO MAKI A?
The battle between the silver and gold wings
of the Democratic party In Brooklyn la rapidly
Increasing In flerceneas. Neither the Bryan men
nor tli'? Palmer men have yet called oui their
reserves, but the week of September ?9K!0 Inclu?
sive ?ill brine the two factions together with a
mighty clash. Thursday, September ?_'?. la the
day s?'t for th?? adjourned State Convention of
the sound-money Democrat?,and the Academy of
Musi.? In Brooklyn la th?? appointed place. It ?be?
came known yesterday thai the allverltea will
Attempi t?.um.Tact the Bound-money boom
sur?? to ?,?? i.i? u .'lit to Brooklyn by the gathering
of ih" well-known and influential Democratic
leader? from all part? of the State, by displaying
William J. Bryan In ? cnnspl? uou? place and bid?
ding him talk In his wildest Western fashion only
?? short time ????G???? the sound money delegates
assemble It was announced yesterday that the
evening of September 23, just twenty-four hour?
before the Siat?? Convention assemblee, will ????
;el,?, t-'.l ns the all-Important lime for the Boy
Orator t?. make hi? Initial bow In Brooklyn. The
hlggesl place in Ihe city covered bj a roof will be
?ele. ted for Ihe rarnlval ?>f words, and ? second
edition of the outpouring may be arranged f?>r in '.
the ..pen air. Both the regular organisation and
th.? Bryan and Bewail Club So 1 and Only claim
the ? redil for getting the silver candidate? to
com?? to Brooklyn. The officer? ?>f the cluh say :
thai ihe first definite information aboul Bryan'?
visit u ill come tu ih? m, and th ? McLaughlin ring
politician? saj thai they are doing it all. The
De Kremen-Tnwns-McNulty combination aaya
that after Bryan has done bis work they will
bring "some of thi Republican silver Senators"
to Brooklyn for th.? especial edification of almost
laded U? pui?:i. .ms. Dates will be made fof
Bei ? tor Holes or Senator Teller early In October.
The Palmci ?Democrat?, learning of Bryan's
threatened risii to Brooklyn, have i.?-n attempt- !
Ing lo arrange with Bourkc Cockran to attend |
th-it State Convention and make an sddress
Thi .?t?? thoroughlj satlafled that Cockran won
a> signal victory over Bryan In Ihe Madison
S'lii.ir? Harden ?.lings, ind they are now
anxl u.??'? pH iheli rhamplon against Ihe silver
talker, giving the latter the full advantage of
Ihe ,? irned fr?.rii ?ils dismal failure in
his apeech of acceptance The sllverltep have
told Mr Bryan thai when he come? to Brooklyn
h?? ? m t.,? pxpvcted ; ? 'eave hi? manuscrlpi i.??- ;
hind, and lei himself oui In the matin.?:? that
g.iv?? l tin hli ? putatlon as an orator Tins he win
do and his Bro klyn boomers declare thai he
will produce .. ie? ? ? "efforl f bla lit'??" that
?III settle ? inclusively the little difference of
? I el v. pen him and Mr Cockl an
The proffpecl of s repetition nf the Madison
Square dual between the champion? of ? ?">?'
: ? I'??. .ut dolisi will make
Brooklyn an Interesting place during the week
of the ?? i? al
Whethei ??> noi the plana f the Popocrats to j
get Mr Bi in ? < Bro klyn In Ihe week f the
I ? State Convention are luccessful,
the Brooklyn Shepardltes and theli sound-money
: ' ? allies from oi her part? of the State
? ? make Ihelr convention a monster
,:.?,. ? it rat Ion lo the Interest ??' honeni mone)
Il ? ? \|.? ? ?I that Churl? ? s Pain hlld, Ihe per
.? . ? ? rhalrmin nt ihe ? : . ? Convention,
will hold the same off!.p September -I This
thai he wl I make ? speech, and several
?powerful s... aU. rs ?hi . tiled upon
\ -, ? them ?m doubtless he Rdward M Bhep
ard and Charlea I Patterson, of Br oklyn
/?/. I KB FOB III! VI H BO 1/).
WHAT Tin: !."N'-. WI.AXD i.i.r.? t?: ?? ? t im; wii.r.
;., ? .?? .!?.[.?\??: TO l\V. ?IN'TMIVTS
t> ? ,? |*la ! ) : ? trie Ballwa] ? being
: . ? ???..> ? thirty mil? ?
. ; tr thi pr< -? ni plani ???? 'irr. I ? il TI ??
r ? ?? ran- '?a ol Kll m
inty I ?vated ? id ?' r.lbertj ive., li ? . li ?r? -
? Jamaica ? Kir H- kaw ly,
srlth statloi '?'? tigoni r irk, \l rrli
|? irk, 1 Mintoi . Woa lab irg an l 1.1 .\r?>? \? r
.ranch fi ? J ?* ? a run to I lempa!, id, pasa
1 ? iher amali pia 'e* ? !
track :- bi li ? al l li Lib? rty-avi to Ja
p , ,, ??? balance will he tingle rack, with fre
q nt tun it? The ? re ol it ai prot ? :
, .?. . .?-.?? ?.?>? ? iah) poui ??? ?a ? h? y ?r I,
n?. 1 ?;?,.. ?'..?- are to t? ?ighi Inch face, yellou ? ?
?? ? cars a ? Ighi ? hi ? ? ; trucks,
. motors io thsi ? -;?? !
? fort) u?. ? - an h ?ur m ly be at
?, iim 1
\ . ? ? . ? will be made with the ? . ?
? ;. ?. ??.? ?. -, thai raller" ? ? tna> be
.m th? Bro kl) ? ?? Ids? ??>
Far itockaway, riempati . ?. ai ? si intern
Thi ran ari io ???? of ihe laten styl??, ,?: 1
arrangi ! ilici the roachei on ?ti im roed? r. ?
? frettai lay. and at least ?.?? ???
? n after ml ? m Phi pro?
muters ? ?? hai :?? ire? will Im ?
hall those non charged b) ?team road? Benjamin
: ? A ID p
? ISSI. S'S El ECTKIC LIGHT.
l'ioni The Kleetrli al Kngli ? ? ?
Wl.? n w.? ???? .,li the ?.? ' n ? the rlvlllsed world
ttl une 'im?? ?I? i" '.?I??.I largel) for It: in. ?p- ..? light
Ing upon ihe auppllea ol whale oil >.??!,???????? from
Ardii wuters, it is Interesting io note thai In these
modem dnys Hie elrctlii light la ???.f the r??
soul.???-' prised by those who travers? the a lln,
Waters in order i<> resell the North i'.ii. li would
h.iv.m? ?? ? im) lo capture ? whale and gel Its oil
bui ihe rxplorei lindi it heller i<? have an eleciri.
Ughi plani foi purposes of Illumination (ine of the
?t) inai Incandescent lighting pianti ?'il put on
board Ihe unfortunate Jeannette, and non lies on
ih. ever-slleni fi? ? ?? of ??'?me far, Icy -?-.?, bul we are
glad to know lhal III Nansen In hla rece?? voy ? ge
t.. th.- l'ole I?mini his .1??? tri?? plani .. greal com
r??it Thla intrepid and Ingenious m,m gol within
Imi I ha ? Su miles ?>r Ihe Pole, or Mi mll-ea further
Noi ih than .un ? ?o? I \ else, and he si tributes his sue
. ? sa u, m, small m? innre ?.? lhal little dynamo To
bis wa) >.r thinking, heal and light were ihn beai
preventive? of diseuse, und he determined ??, have
pieni) of th.m li?? parried a windmill to run ins
dynamo, and proposed if the wind filled to operate
it by human power li lu.s not been mude known
whether thla on ime necessary, bui a few storage
batterle? would have avoided .ven thai necessiti
At any rale, II is ? gre?! pi.-asur.? to know that his
electric lighting more than fulfilled Naneen'? et
p.?. ta'ioiis. and n is equally Interesting i?> know
that Andre? counted .. s.? deal upon the use ()f
the telephone lu connection with hla balloon trip to
THAVKIXKIt I'KAll ?MB, C.U'TAIN. I'l.KASK I.KT Mi: ?in I 1,1, BIVI \UL' THE ADDBE88 0G ONE OF
MY CuLLEAOCES WHO IS MUCH FATTEIl THAN II?iFllrgcode Walter.
Our Store Will Be CLOSED MONDAY, September 7;
Our Advance Showing of
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
TUESDAY, SEPT. 8.
We ?rill exhibit od Tuesday our first Invoice of FALL ami WINTER
NOVEITIE8 in the most exclusive and choice?! designs, conaltfing of:
' -,?? im I.'scotch snd ENGLISH CHEVIOTS in clouded effects.
d?-inrh DOMESTIC MIXED CHEVIOTS and WOHSTEI) ??????08
for tailor-made garments.
HMnch CHANGEABLE POPLINS.
47-imli COVERTS, ami
46-lncb BOCRETTE CLOTHS In plain and fancy colorings.
Also a hug?? rariety ?r.-in.h ALL WOOL MIXTURES, oxroptiona!
value, at 40??., 45??., and'50c yd.
Onrdisplay this season of both Domestic effects and European novel?
ties will siirpiiss by far any previous effort.
?special MBKTios ? KEAL LACE TIDIES.
llav?? just received our ?select Importation of
HKNAIPSAVCE nn.l ANTIQUE I..VB TIDIE8
In flll ?steel an?l styles, mnd.? expKMl?/ for ue.
?Entire asHortnient to l>e shown <;n Tuesday.
Ladies' & Misses' Jackets
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. For fall wear In I'lark and rolors. som?? beatiti
siiV|.i\"'l|ih ?? rZmoottmbrOlatry, at IM>e. ench. j fully lined, at ?18.?5, #.VOO. 87 M, $10.00
Muslin Underwear Items.
?LADIES' NICHT DRE88ES, tueked yoke, ruf
He "f embroidery ?Around n^k front of yoke and
?leevei, "or own manufacture, nt 75?? each.
CAMBRIC WALKING ?SKIRTS, umbrella
DRAWERS, with mille of embroidery an?l
HI? ks, ;tt 4,"ie
A loi of <?d?l lise? of ?TRENCH hti?1 I>?>MKS
ti?' CORSETS ut T5c. ?tnd ifl.oo that were
.?1 .'.<? an,I .<'_? 7.?.
Bamboo Porch Blinds.
Will rlOM "Ut th?1 balance of our best outside
I.ark BAMBOO PORCH BLINDS at half prie.?:
Bise li ? ft. at 3?Mc.? were T."?.?.
(li N fi al 02c.; were $1.25.
st s fi at T?k . were $1..V>.
?? 10 f? ??t #1 OO; ??ere .*'_' ix?.
to 1*20 00 _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Alno n?ew?ety?e? in ?LADIES' TALL TAILOR.
Special Dress Goods.
Will offer on Tuesday 00 pieces all-wool
I?RKSH GOODS, n.>w ?styl?e, ?small plaids and
broken i-h'-ck?, .".4 Inches wide, at Ufi yd.
SPECIAL SA I.? OF
120 Bagdad Couch Covers
Both Hides equally well worked, actual vaJu?
.<7."V?. at #11 *?" eaeh.
JO?RNEHY AND BURNHAM.
THE 8H00TIXQ HAY BE FATAL.
? SALOONKEEPER WOUNDED, IT la
CIIAROKD, HV ? DRUNKEN MAN who
QUARRELLED ? ?VER DRINKS
Herman ??.,'t. ihe proprietor of ? uloon at So 3:
\ ive., waa -....,-> wound?rd ani Merlin
Mulhallx, of So M Rmmett-.it , re ? Ived ? Hi ih w ind
In lits riKlit shoulder, Iute yeeterd?y afternoon a?
. allegod. nf a drunken freeh of J?eph
it ?derlguee. .? Cuban cigar-maker of No, M Atlantic?
av< ??'?t eloalng hi* ????;> ?.??-??ci?lay aft?rrnoon,
Hodertguri vliited a couple of aaloooa In t'i?? ndgh
t. rhood ??,? ended up at Bahr'? piace He ordered
? ?! ?Irl'ik?? th-re, un! after ht W?? through, of
(??? ! to :?.?? for t?i.'tn. Re ???????????1 with Bahr M to
the ?t???<?. Inai? ting thai th? iatoonk?seper wa? -hirn
'?n m?.r?? Iban li? ought to,
itihr refuted to i<*cepi Roderlgueg'? Hg r ? ind
af-r h ih? y Interchange of irordi Soderlgueg, It
Ii ehargi I. drew .y rei ?Iver ?? ? Bred three ?ho:?
Une oi th?? bullet? ehtered Babr'i ?Id? ai ; ': ? ;
? poaaibt) fa ? wound Cm ? other? peetied through
the G??:-.' door, and one "f them ?truck Mulha'.ljr,
n ? ?*.?? |h-::i; bj producing ? illghl tl - - ; ? around
Officer? Lyntrh and Ro?a, o:' the Eleventh l'r.?
??,:..?. ?rere called In, ind Roderlguei was -aken to
th? itati p houae He irai too lr ink to ??t?t re?
lea waa tent to the Long 11 in 1 Col?
leg! Iloipital, tr.d Ambulance Burgeon Becker re
. . He took H.iiir to the rioapli il, leclartng
er? waa le pr up? " ?' hla r? rovi r>.
So ? ale? wen r i? ?r?, ? reaterdav Plani f.?r th??
following new building! ??:? ???,???;
? ,???? ?,?? a\ ?? . !?"? f?.?! ?^?! . f Kill, two two-etorj an?!
balenimi brick aiaoa, L1?\47. tin ? ? f. 't two fumili?-?
each; ,s,?t $0,1111) A Htewarl Walah, ?;,.-r
I'tlra avo., ??,?-, ?Mr. 117 r.?.?? ??ut h of IT ?meet Piar?,
, ii.? xv, , ??G) rr.in..? bou?*?, Itali ll ? ' ? ?'? ' r ?toro
and two famille?; ?-"st $? :..?? ?? ti SVI!, ?mer
IMI* .UK? il ,r\ lui. k ????'.''!??? room, 2??2'. ?? ??'iltliacet
, rv.r ?if Uato? a ?? and I .owl? avo., to ? st $>?? J tm
. ? Kail?, ,,?? promu?*??, u? ner
On? ???? -t ? ?? I ..'i. dwrlllng I MM, n ??.?st ?l.lc
? ??? Portioth s?, ?.utit 'f ???' ii?? idwar, t?' ?,???
(MIO .;?? r.?.? Wright, I/Offerta ind Tro) ave?., ? ? n.T
??p.? ?in??.? -?? ? fr.,??,?? >1w?llln?, 'JO\.'m. ,,?? north ???> ?,f
Itimi ? ?t . n????! ,,r hi Ni h ?la? .?? ? . to c ?? M.OOu it
t \., a'.i;, Uli ? ?J ? ?Aii^r
The following comparative table? ?how the move?
ne-'its in realty f.?r the ?rorreapondtng w?t>ka ,,r itM
is.,?; from tugual M ? Bepirmber 3, mclui ???
r>< ? ?? ? : ?. ? .?; ?n ? ? ?? ??? ..-1 . i??7
1 lai ? ??!.?! ?? ? m? n .1301.33.1
I.I? ilumina! ????? Jerat Ion . .. ?.to
I....,??. f ,. |MN .... ]?_?
is??? ?? p? lugual 2.a lu Hopfen i*r 3, Incluait'?
1?.??? .??lie..1.??..M. ?. expr? s?.-,l . DU
T ' ,1 .on?l.|erat|, ?? (????? ;
lieeili nominal ? .nmleratl n . mi
l?H?,|s ,.f relraa? ote. ,|
?s'.Mj From Autrual SI tu 21 In Imtv?
T ?,: number r morigag*? . ?'.'.'i
Total \ ?lu? . .?.-.s? .t.?.;
N'imln-r of puiYbaa? mono) inorine??. to
Valu? ,,f |,,,rchaa? in im m?>rtgaav? .|!O.WHl
1st?.*. I"r,,m Aufii-t '.'.'i lo 29, Inclusivo
Total niimbor ??f m ????.??????. !."?7
Total valu* .*i:o IHB
N'iti.l?. r ,f |,tii,-|..???? mono) m.WtgMo?. ?
Valuo of puirha?? mon?) mortgage? .IIOA73S
The Important r?i?corded tranafera were g? follow?
Pi ?pori mare, ? ?, ??:? n n ? . r v.m lorbilt
?.??. iss,itti ?, * i; William S|..t.,vr t?. Jane
W Bponeor .$?.? :,???
?? ..t???! l'Iare, ? ? ?, I33.S n , . ?f i/talbuah
avo, ;?i\.v. ixs: m?; s. K, t,? adjoining ???? ih.?
n??!!,, bogln? laS.a it s of l-'l?i?.,is!i .?\- n *
i? ?i ? n ?? ??? Moininollian Ufo Inaurane?
i\ttnpan) ?? lamo? v MrMlllan, brlek and ?t?m? Ilt?
Ramo t,r,.|H'i'\ lame* \ MrMlllan lo Jamo? ? ?
Wallaro, bri? k and st, n??.
G????...? piaro - w s liga " * ?? of Ktatbuib
n\??. '.?? K?'.i?'.'i >:?.V. ? Motropolltan ur?? ln?ur
.m??? ?'..m,.m t.. Jama? ? MrMlllan, brick and
?ton? . . 12.100
gam? (>???..???\. Jam?? ? McMillan to Jamo? .?
w.. ' ? ?.?. ? ni?, an?! itone .. .
?.uni.n? .??.? ? ? rornor Thatfor?! ?\.? SOilOO;
Mairi? M ? io l'inni?? Morrla, mortgaa? ?'.'.G??? (*t\
Mil!? n II, n ?. 17."? ft w ??f llninliiira av? 10(100
ii A I; Prank ? Atdridg? t? ??.?..?*? ? AldrMg?,
atortgage ji ???? . 4.?????
Benaoe iva, , ? ?n.i ? .\ i:ttii ??. ???? 4?r?*. Jota
Krapp ir ?. Prlodorlika H-tmi :..2U>
lai arranco .i\?? n s r,??? fi r ,,f ?,? un?, nm? ^ mia
n i?n? , 20a n 111 1., W.tKtor uve ? ? t?>x s Uli
? IODI a MO, '? lini ls Joarph ???rt.it hh,1 an
??tbor raecutora .1?,.????? M?M'anghan, io Rob^rra
\'nn ?^.-tf. .\nrio
Rapolyf? ?1 S?? SU, n s ,?? f' ?? ?,f Hamilton ?*?,
I.? ?Ivi???, h ???,? I. i'i.tl .tin.? H.malli?? ??, ??
t han!?! Jarata. 3.7??>
I*ndorhlll ivo, n ? ?sornai Par* l'ln,???. ?J.'xlim ro
ka?? mortgag?; Tilla tluarant?? and Tro?; ita
ta?? t. William 11 u-m>..i.Is . s.oon
Pilline -1 s . ?, 11.'. f? h ? of RvortToon ?\??. ???
?'??. ?? an?! ?; ??????.??. I, H l'on, li t,. ??|??,.|?p.?
Hotaford, mortgage ? i'n relu? coaaMeffed ?nd.. IVO
Uyiilo-avo, n s .12:. ft .? nf Rumnar-a*?. VttOO,
i:tiniiii Hayman N??? v. ri., ta Adolph Offoel>org,
???.???.?:.? IH Uli. val mild an.I li?
tama iiroporty; Adolph uff?jmtarg. P?ew-Tork, t.?
Tini ? llolilon, iii,?rtan(t.? |lt.(M?? lit tail
Anillan?! l'In?? t ?, lA.1 fl n of ?'??????? at. :i0?7ft.
M.iiv y ?ut.? ?,| ?'h.irl??? Tata, t?, i:,l??r,| ,' un,I
tamo? y M<aephy lean, martaa??, 14. am tuo
G???,.?? t ? u ?. 7h tt n ?*? of l'linton no?, runa ti w
gt ? s w M?? ? s 27 S ? ,? ? 7 ? n h KM H. li&l. .l*ni,)o
???????,? t.. Jaaioa Itaiaon, ??,>p?.??- ?ktO? |JM
Compila ?i, n w ??. M) ft m ? ?>f itHiniiur? ava 40x
100, ri/lo*??? iiiiirlKiiao Till?? iluiraiiro? ;,??? Tnint
Compan) ta Bmll ? winner . 1 ?aai
POPE LEO'S VALET.
Fiotti ???.? st .itmion's Qasette,
According lo th?? latowl ge?wMp from ti?.? Vatican
It Is not !.???? Xlll who bus recenti?; ??'??? II. luit
Ills Volet, PIO ?'entro Ile ls nit her OR lmr?>rt;?nt
pereorage in the Papal circi?, tiiough few purtata
?ir?, familiar with his tall, spure tinture .ml very
pronounced none. Pincelo, .is m* pe?raonel frii'tiiiH
?tj'lr iilm, la the aon of n hitter, who W?4 fortu?
mi te . ??,,????? to gain the pit rutiline of tl?' Poccl
family, II?? htmaelf eierclaed tiie patirmi trade
until the death of the Pop,?'? body oervafl ?????????!
? path to the summit of til? enrtlilv amhttor.. \\'\\U
his family he occuplea n ?ulte adjoining it?? private
npnrtment? of HI? Moline?? At ? every fiornln?*. It
la III? duty to wake hi? mnater anil n??*t him to
?Ire??. Trien he attends mua? and hrlrgs Ir. the
nip of coffee and Savoy biscuit which mike up the
PontlfP? frugal hreakfaat, and rcmalna In attend
ance till the work of the day begin?. He aervea
the dinner at midd.iv and thr <upper In the even
Ing. after which h.? tells his bead? wit.?* th? Holy
Father and sees him to bed Formerly he used to
sleep in the ante-chamber, but now that the P^pa'g
rooms are fitteti with eleoirb* bell? su.*u .-los* ?t
tendance '? no longer deemed noreaeary ?>?? ????
haa bestow.?.! on his vale, the Order of Sim? Syl?
vester. Which shows up finely on tli?? meri.aeval
livery worn a! the Vatican on State . gaiotul
DECLARES THF LAW I SUCCEKM.
nil?: REV MB NEWTON DECLARES THAT THI
AIXSWORTH ACT HAS Wr>\ PRIEXDg
Th- Alnsworth law, which ?as paaaed ihrougg
the effortii of thu Kew-Torh State I'nimti?"? far
Bcte-nttfae Temperane? instruction in Public f'-ctoon.
and which embodies th?? purposes nam> ! in tr.a
title of that committee, has been in operatala Just
one yenr. Th?? Rev ? ? Newton, pastor of the
Rochester Aveni.ongregntkmsl Church, thla
| city. Is th?? secretary of th.? committee In the
early part of the Vacation he sent out thousand? of
letters throughout th?? State, in. losing blank?, BB*
th.? purp ?*?.? of compiling BtniUtlc* ,s -., the ?u^r?.??
of Ihe working* of th?? law in Its first year Replica
are still being received Mr. Newton was ?em.
yesterday and naked ?s t> t': ? tenor of the?? in?
sw.r-. He said
"\\'e have gatl ered information from every coun?
ty and nearly .?-. .r achool district In th?? Btate. I
ani now aide to s iy that the Bchol ra achool teach
' ers and perenta ar?? nearly unanlmoua m their ap
? provai of the law. Thla is a strong statement to
! mak?? In view of th?? opposition that ?as sho?n to
| the pas-age of the law Mut 1 have the do.-tim?*n;?l
! on til.? to prove it A good many teacher* who at
i tirst ?-.t?? doubtful ?t ipenly opp ?-? ? to temperance
, Inatructlon In th.? publl - - ?h >"l?. nft.r a ?ri.11 of It
: have become defender? ?,? ,t and ? xpr. ss their pan?
? li?? approval of the law Th?? experience In Sew
York Stnte. as in n.arlv every Slate in the I'nlon.
has been thai the law haa won its way, Aa soon aa
It was und. rstoo.l und apple?.I. it ?*!.!,!<? frier.?!?
; everywhere Th.? favorable results hira ?JSfpssisI
our highest anticipation?. The approval tsg*?
!.. . ks were rlcloualy attack. I, but their oiu?on<*nt?
j have been unable to prove th.? assertion that th?"y
? wen? Indelicate. unectentWc and Incorraci There
ar.? thirty of tha approved lestbooka ? al ,.-h??! hy
s. ven different houae?, and they are now u. general
1 us,? throughout the Stale. We do BOt .in'lctpau)
; making any change? in method? in the ?????1??
1 year, but I shall watch the program Of ttglpfnM
'? Inatructlon in the schools cloaely and a lb ? great
' deal of Interest It Is too early vet to ?oak for th?
practical reeuHa; tar in Uve or ten raara w.? *ra
euro that ben.tit derived in the way of good citlwn
.-hip and morality will be Incalculable.
(, iTHERED \BOCT THF TOWN.
Permit? were iaatted during the week fee all n*w
brick lui!.lings, valu.? IMJat; t???:.?? ne? frima
building?, value ?i.80; thirty-all alteration?, value
?.?? total. pa.M
riarence O'Donnell, forty-elghi r< ?fa eld al No
|,0gf Pacltlc-at., waa taken to St John'a HiaepRttl
Buffering fr.?m a ?los,? of paris gt>? . taken witk
?ut? itt.ii intent white intontenti .1
David Heimelt, eighteen \eirs oM of N)
l'ltt-t . ?as arrested un the bridge for ninni
Into Martin Redden with his Mcycle H" *??-* d
Justice Steers. In lb? ??ran? ?tree? PollCS ,,''jr?>
?/estsralny dssJarsd war against rngrsnta H* aeat
.lohn Blake, of No M Water st, to the pe?jrtt?ms>?f
for two month?, and .lohn MeBfahon, win? *at?t ???
lived at No gal NSSSSn-Sl . for three months Thr?*?
oth.r cases ?'ere adjourned for Investiga? ISA
For some reason or other the police of th? ???*?
ty tblr.l rtsalnrl do not believe the story toW b?
q*Orge IckoaWarke. of No. 19 Avenu?* A. tait he
shot s burglar In hli kitchen on Thursday morning
Seh.*, necke Is said to have told a similar Storf
Our years ago
Mr*. Mary J. Francisco, the mother of AMfrmSS
Charlea li. Francisco, .lied at the home ti anther
son. rjeorge W. Francisco, ?: No. 2*1 Bl-ergr-en-avS-.
on Friday. Service* will be held at her hom* te?
morrow at ? o'clock. Relativ.?*, friend- lad memr*?
of the old Huaha'lck Church are Invited to attend.
Judge llurd Sf the County Court yesP-ri?V ?**"
mltte.1 laCOh BHd I.eah Siegel to adopt ?*? .SO? ?*?
three-year-old (?enrule Seller, ?ho has HT? ?Tlt
them for the laat five month? Mrs Siegel is thi a*"?'
of the Utils one. whose mother I* ?lead. The Uthar,
John Seller, consenta to the adepti.'it
Justice Van Wyck of the Supreme Court r*e
terJay appointed ilrorge Cooper guardian ad '???
of bis three-year-o.l daughter eretta, for the Pur*
paSBg of an.action for damage? The petl'im ""?*?*
that the little girl was run down by a delivery wag<?
of the grocery firm of Itrown ? Kastner. while ?m?
wa? playing In front of ber father's house ?-'oopSI
Uvea at No 1,lv) Putnam-ave,
The temporal y inlutiction obtained bf/Cap
darei! K. Hralste.1. who keeps a hotel at r*n*r?*
reslrulnlng Packard Brothers from dredging" n
lila land for the Brooklyn and RoduwaV Bea
Railroad Company, was continued F**jjL^
Justice Van Wyck of th* Supreme Court. <? *P
Hralated alleged that the dredging injure* hi* ?jr
eri y by depositing refuae on hie land and by *?'
auch an o.lor that rone of hla gueata will atar
him. No more dredging can be done for the tmkv
company now until the trial of the acUo?