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KOEBNEB HEARS OF HIS ACT
*r_ DID NOT KNOW THAT HE HAD SHOT
# M1SS REDOATB.
_, H_ WAS DRUQOED WITH PHEMACTrTJrg
HE HAT* intkm*t:i* SViril-K-VANTS To ...i
TO THK HalCTJllC CUAIR NOW?A
gTATBMKNT r*RO_ THK DBAD
<;IK1. S HKOTHKI*..
IVllllBm T. Koerner. thc young naWSpaper ?rtl?t
who on Wednoadai nlght sh..i and kllled M;-s Roale
_ Redgate.of Brooklyn. on S?>vorith-ave. near K.uir
teenth-st . w is arralgned In Jeff. rson Market Court
yeeterday _K*r_tng. He actod as if he was la a
trance. },p ?.,?* nothlng la court. and was not even
told of the cVarge that w.is plaeed agalnal hlm on
tn? court r.i.i-. Th.- Magtstrate remsnded hlm
?o the .'oroii.-r's ofnV--.
K.iorn.-r dld not aeera to underatand whal iii>
HneTB saeant He had i t beei ? Id that li>
y.^* klDad t:-v glrl, and he wa- atlll sufferlng from
im effect- ol an e_e*es*1ve quantlt) ol phenacetlne
VKlch he had taken for his headache. He was
taken from the court to the Coroner'- offlce, hand*
ruffed |o a poUeeman. He reached ther* shortly
after M o'clock, but, ns Coroner Fitapatrlck was
out. the prtaoai-r w..s taken Into the private ofll
end plaeed under guard to awi ;t th* Coroner*. re?
turn. Whlle waltlng b* fell asleep. Charli -
a-atc. B l-roth.-r of the <1- ?:>?! i-'i: 1. *C*Onip_ri i.-d th"
prtsoner from the Jefferson Market Court Ha * ia
m'a bttter ai>od, and declared that his atater had
dorie all that she could to avotd Ko rncr slnce tha
?agageenent batweon them waa broken off.
??lt was my Blater who termlnated thc engage
rnent," sald th.* brother. "It wa. last Chrlstraa.
that thay m.t. Koern.-r has an uncl. who llve*
-,ear ui ln Brooklyn. and who is a frlend of oura
Ksernor'a uncle vhrtted ua and broughl Koerner
-a-uh him. Thc angagement aoon followed, but
What I Biyaelf learned ahout Koerner from h*
cwn lips <onvicc.il m<- that he was not a BUttabl.
peraon for my sist. r 10 assoclate with. At flrsl
1 n-ti*i"!4il> had a frtondly feellng toward the young
man .nnd took him to a club wblcb 1 belonged to
ln Brooklyn. Havlng galned his confldence, how?
ever, he ppgan to boast to me qt the wl d llfe h<
had ied al his parenta' home in Allegheny, Penn.
As fnr as I could learn, be had to leave home on
account of his recklessneea Ho aeemed to have
l^e:. a heavy drinker, ai.d said that he had been
arrested a number of tim>*s
"I loid my alater of the young man'a i*ist llfe.
Sh? hersclf then hroke thc engagement. .Sh" com
plained later to a friend that Koerner hothered her
by following her sibou'. Instead of my alater meet?
lng him by appolntmert yeaterday, he hung around
untll she came. from hfr work. and then followed
her to Kourteenth-st., Where she went to make *
Coroner Fttzpatrl<-k did not arrlve at hla Offlce
ani resterday afternoon. Koerner w.is th.n read
Ing a newspaper ln which he had found the ac
? of the tragedy in w_!_]*-be was concerned.
7 I was the flrst deflnite lnformatlon about the
k c ,.' Mlaa Rt dgato that he had had. 11- wai
pt itrated by the dlacovery and wept alraosi
I laly after that. exclalmlng: "To thir.k thal I
red her?the clrl 1 lov*d and worahlppod; she
-? -fver knew what ls was to wrong a slngle
peraon, and I murdered ber!"
He sald that he had conciuded to have nothlnc
r:-_ te do with Mlss Rodgata, becauae she aeeined
t- ?.a uorrled ovar her parents1 objection to her
MSOdatlOn wlth him. He sald that be had take*.
*i pheracetine that he did nol know what ne
was doing when he ahot Mlss Radgate.
rove that he and Mis- Redgate were yester
n the hest of terms. Koerner showed thi Cor?
oner a ring which he said she gave han only two
Ko He said that hc met h.-r yeaterda) by
?ment and that before readlng of whal he
had done he thought that he had been arn Bl
pted sulclde. Wlth teara tn his eyes hi added:
? ? <-r why shouid I want to Hve now. after
? hav. done? I want to tell everythlng and
heip ln mv convdctlon all I can I have mnd. up my
mind that I cannot get to th- electrlc chalr too
The <"ory>ner told Koerner thnt hc dld not w !sh to
take anv forma! statcnier.t to be uaed apainst him.
- "then commuted him to the Tomhs ail
ball untll nn in.j leal can be held. Koerner sald
that he did not wi<h to communlcate with any one,
tis he had no ohje.-t ln tryinc 10 save his own llfe.
Mrs Pennoyer the woman in Hrooklyn wlth
w'b.om Koerner boarded, sald of him yeaterday:
"Mr Koerner came lo my house slx weeka ago.
He was gnitlemar.lv in his hehavior and dld not
drlnk H- was ti favorlte wlth thc boardera, w t.o
?were sbocked by his terrlble deed. Mlss nclpate
?ame here <n>\-<>r->.l times wlth hlm. She was lady
lr<c prctv and aenalble, and I am Bure hc had no
rt'jte for' lealoiiF.v. They were devoted to ea, h
?ther but T know fr,,m th-ir converaatlon that her
rarents were unalternbly oppoaed to thelr mar
rlajre This was not becauae of any ob1?-ctlon to
K'.erncr but 1.dld nol want to los.
V?s Redgat. ?- Llke most Knjrllsh girls.
Bhe wa? bound by a itrong aenae of duty io them.
whlle her love f,?r Koerner lmp< lled her to dlsre
aard thelr ommai '- Bl ?? wa* frall and in falllng
health; Koerner wl h. i her to go to Colorado. He
was re.ular in hlB habtta. and rarely stayed IWtJ
fr,-m hT.me for any lenrth of tlme.''
Plttaburg, Bept. ti - Willlam J Koerner, who
last evenlng shot and kllled Roae A. Redgat.
New-Tork Clty, formerly llved ii Allegheny Clty,
populai with his assoclate*. His
mother dled ?_. -.- ?
rr.arrlapc of his fath--r thc boy wenl to New-Tork
Letter- have been reeelved from ng and
Irrecular Intervale, and of late little wa- known
'?.,f ,n I. -. ? for New-Vork hli engage
to marry s youni womai A i ny Clty
A WAR 8T0RY ABOUT GEXERAL PALMER.
HI? BVEKIXQ EXPER1BNCE WITH TTTO COVPED
PaitnT nnd Buckner compoe* a tlcket tl
a' mately referred 10 bv old soldlen aa "The
s/ere Intn pld i llei
? th-it one wore the blue and th.- clher the
pr^y mnkes the present fellowshlp all the m< i
nlflcant After Oeneral Palmer snd Oeneral Buck?
ner arrrved ln this dty tb ? wen vlalted by a num
t.. r of voterai s. and, ...- U the
eoldlers get together, war r.-mii Bcenc were r.
and a r.urr.b.-r of good storlea were told Om
waa iold upon Oeneral Palmer, Hnd the nut
h lald at the door of Oeneral Buckner. bul
mr.y be n dantal of th* paternltj of the -tory.
The atory is a war story, oi roura*. One day, so
the story rui.s. General Palm.-r deelded to rlde out
ln front of the camp where the l'nlon Army was
reatlng. He rcde out late ln the afternoon and be?
gan a searchlng examlnatlon of the ground snd
the outposts. It bepan to grow dusk, but th
eral dld not notice the flight of tlme, and his Inter
??s- led him to go further than he at !;:
- reealled to the sltuatlon by a waming <-ry
General Palmer then saw thnt he was confronted
hv a rebel outpost Th. pl ket ln gray had s shin
, . . rrej levelled al hlm. Ignorlng thi dai
*er the Oeneral bruahed a*lde th. weapon and pul
to his horae The gun was dlscharged. bui
the bullet sped I rmlei Ihrougb the alr. The
; ' ;";, .
h* heard the stentorlan order. Halt! Wl
the word lhe plcket, ralaed hli gun and levelled lt
a- thc brcast of Oeneral Palmer The Oene-ral,
wbo was lust puttlna *i'>'rfl '" -*? n<,r!," "' \Uy,"
gard of the order, whlb atlll ln motior. stnick the
gun from thc ptcket'a h?nd. aay Ing, aharply: Tpu
biithering ldlot, do you wanl to asaassinat* me.
CORXELL 0PEX8 ITS FALL TERM.
Ithaca. N T.. Sept R-Comell Unlveralty opened
for the fail term to-day, and at noon Prealdent J.
G gchurman made his annual address to tb* stu?
dents. Hc apoke of tbe rttal laaue* of the c?a>
palgn. referring to it as th. moat Important slnce
the <ivll War A*- 10 thc college registratlon. he
?'ated tha; Ht new studenti bad ragtotered, an m
crea?e of Mxty-on* atudent- over laat year When
the campus lasprovement- were mentloned th*
um?t af A. D Whlte and H. W. Sag-*. the gen
eroua donors of the m.morlal jra'.-s and tbe new
bridge raapactlvoly, teere beartliy cheared Th*
work wlll be coaaplsted ln a few montha
Rafaroae* was made to th* recenl deatb of Pro
fe??or Alhert Kelaon 1'r-i.ti-s. and PresMoni gchur
Dinn paid a trlbute to him a*. a profound atudent
of botanlcal aclence and a loyal. klnd-hearted f*n
tlemar. He attud. I to lhe appetntaaent of Pm
fesBor Woodnrtl flchmldt, nnd stso to tha ?-hnir ln
the Bemltk: languagee thal had bean eatablbihod by
^.uin^ell im- a naw .,,,*..,?..*.... b.
succeeded esrl) In October by ' -?i''"l , )? ?t'^.r;
fchuyler. who waa 1 l> ???"'"?;'"?['"J ".r'
Ths prealdent gai ?? '"' "/, " fnf v i'. ,
prsclauon of the ei .lleni work done b> L4eu
tenant Hell during I - Jj Bl ' "";* y. n.r,onI,,.i
Presldent gchun ll^H,'! 'oK
Of the faculty of 'he fUte \ .;t.-rii.aM ? '?'? K^? r
eentlv e?ta ,ii-hc.i He dwelt on Intercolleglat*
ffileT.tao7__d nllnded |c Cofjj"'-' ?*?"$
Poughkeepsle. He wirne.1 the BtudenU to guara
agalnst haztng ..nd iiglitln*
A BUBOXIC PLAOUE IX BOMBAY.
Bombnv s. pi ^4 a vlrulent buhonk plague ls
prevaient h.rc and ln many othera parta of the
Prealdency from wl.l' h a nundred or more daatbs
bave already raaultad. The . ro,.s 'hroughouii the
Ffrlaatij -re badl) In need of rsln to 8-*- them
frora almoat complt-ie fallura.
-VOT A GREAT BVCCEBS AT FIRBT.
T!IH EAHI.Y new WOuVbjWAK T.XPRFPP TRABtg
PMXM TKN TO TWF.XTT KOHT
The flrst through suburban traln on the ragutar
Bchedule of the Thlrd-ave. elevated rou.i aurted
nt 6:12 yeaterday mornlng from One-bundrad-and
M-v.-nty-M v.-nth-st. To thosf. who b.i.l to 1?- at
th.it- daaka al 7 o'clock or tkeraabouta it was not a
Bucoesa, The traln w,.s stu.-k at the Harlem
Brldge f,,r ten mlnutea Paaaengan fratted and
Bwore, bul wlthout effect Back ..t the One-hun
dred-aad-aeventy-aeventh-st atatlon the penpie
crowded on th<- aecond train. It Btart.-d twelve
mlnutea aft.-r the tlr^t one, but as the s.-hedule
is arranged nn ,t twelve-mlnute hi -iow..y. this
traln alae waa almoat ., quarter of an hour lat--.
Each of the followlng tralna as it eot to th<- bri.ige
waa delayed from one to flve mlnutea, bo that the
laat tr-.in of th.- mornlng aervlce, whlch left Tre
monl al B:M o'clock -,\ , |ual twenty-etght mln
ulea late when lt rolled into the Clty Hall atatlon.
The tirst northbnun.l traln on the new throujrh
Bervlca atarted from <'lty Hall at 4.4-t o'do k
j ? aterday afternoon.
BICYCLE MGBT AT A TBEATBE.
PR1ZF.B DlgTRIBUTEO TO WIKKKRg IN A WlinElr
lt was blcycle nlght ut the Herald Bquare Thea
tre laal nlght in oddltton to tbe regutar theatrlcal
performanee, tbe dtatributton of prteea was made
... tba wuni.-rs in it,.. reoent blcycle parade gtven
by "The Journal." The tbeatre was decorated wlth
? < and BoraJ emblema, and many wheelmen
and wheehromau wnra preaent The boune waa
thronged to the doora
At th<- cloae *.f the performanee of "The Pnrlor
Match." tha prlxea were placed ..., table. ln the
centre of the atage, an.l S. Solomon atepped for?
ward and Introduced Oeneral C. H. T Collla, who
waa to muke tbe preaentatkme, He wns aralated
bj Mlle. Anna Held Most of the rycllata who
atepped up tn tpe atoga to recelve the prtaea ma.ie
The club. and the lndivldnnl prize wlnners were
ns follOVi I:
Harlem Wheelmen, Century Wheelmen, Para
mount Wheelmen. South Hrooklyn Wheelmen,
Hackenaack Wheelmen, Cllo Wheelmen, Company
I ? Reglmcnt: Calumet Rlcycle Club, Metropoll
tan Cycllng Academy, Lowe Brothera, Mr. Hoxley.
John B fatea, Mlss Eckland, Mr TrotUei
companlon Oeorge Roaetl and companlon, Mlaa
Boney, Mlaa Mannhelmer, Mrs Jeaaon, Mlaa Mlllle
M-v.r I' McOregor, Joaeph Lewla, Mlaa Place,
Mlaa Berla, Mr ('ampbell, Mlaa Flood, Mra Mor
man, Miss WhiUiey, Mlaa Wood, Mra. Allta, A.
Warrendorf, Captaln J. W. Watera, C E Loek
rei A Wahr.nl.urg. Ft. H. Blanchard, Hobart
M ii ,n Mlss Badle Bodlne, A. E. Bodlne, Oeorge C.
Parrott, Maater Bee, the s,,uth Brooklyn Wheel?
men'. maecot; Maater Trulnn nnd Mlss Roao M..r
When Miss Helrl left the thrntre an.l anterrd h?r
rariiage nearly a acore of wh.-elni>-n. who had
formed part of her audlence, took the hora.
rlren the carrlage up Broadway
Marlborough, thinking thnt the netreaa r/aa
B there, DlBCoverlnx thelr mlatnke, ihe
wheelmen turned about and tor.k tbe t.rrl.se
gh Thlrty-tblrd-sl to the Waldorf A Mg
crowd watched the proeeedlng wlth Intereat. ___
If B. TCBNEB TA l K 8 T< I A V 1 RC BI fi T8.
HE TKU_ THEM THAT BOTH OOtD AM> B1L.VER
PARTIEB AI:I COMPOBED OP THIEVWI
Th" Anarchlati of thi? elty. aeveral hundred
strong. gathered In Clarendon Hall. ln Eaal Thir
teenrb-Bt, IbbI nleht. to hear ftie text of thelr
pecullar eo^pei expounded by .lohn Turner. of Lon
? ?,,- Mr Turn?r. who hn? been apeoklng ln de
tence of Anarchy In many dlfferent parts if
eountry. nnd Is. ai mlcht be expected, wrapped up
aubject, held the cloa. attentlon of hla
audlence It waa compoaed of nn ordtnary t-rowd
of worktng-people. apparently, who wera ln thor
ougb Bympathy wlth the apeaker, aa Lhetr fre
quent outburata of applause teatlfled
The chalrman of the meetlng, whoee name wa.
wlthheld, Introduced Mr. Turner .. one who wo,,:,!
apeak, "not wlth authorlty," whlch Anarcbtata <h>
not i dmlt but with Intelllgenee. Mr. Turner ttwt
ln part: "I am aurprtoed at the attltlldc Of the
worktng-people her.-. who are thoughl to be Inde?
pendent tn polltica. They dtacuaa the |U<
whlch the blg partlea ratae, just aa if the;
them themaelvea aa people copy faahlona
from Paria, PTee Bllver is nol golng to help Ihe
wage-earner. Ii wlll temporarlly relleve the f.-rmer
by Increaalng his markel tbrough the Btlmulatlon
of tbe allver-mlnlng Induatry .nd by decreuli ? th.
:?,-? '? at on his debta, bul the allver boom arill be
followed by n reactlon Bllver wlll be more abun<
dantly produ?M>d, and the prlce wlll fall The
worklngman wlll get no beneflt. Th" gold atandard
cai help us no more. lt is merely a tool to ai-l
the capltallal B"'h gold and allver partlea ar*
compoaed of thlevea quarrelllng over ihe plun.ler
II ia the worklngman'a bualneaa to .top the plun
dering." . , . .. . .
The beat feature of the apeech waa the orator s
dlacuaalon of the prlcea or wogea, and how tbe
of wagea h.-r,- was cominually belng lowered
by cheap competltlon ln the mark?-ts of the world
a revolutlonary aong followed, durlng whlch a
collectlon to defray the expenaea of th<- meetlng
Tt.. aong wai rendered ln Oerman by
b Oerman chorua. Then came a llvelv dla. uaslon
Itetween the leader and aome memben of the
audlenr, on. .had a plan of unlveraal
operatlon to i tltut. for Anarchy. The r.
..... rgui .--.- waa ff.-ll expresaed by a small
t.ov in th. audlence, who remarked, ln r*gard to
Mr. Turn.r: "Oeel lle knocki 'em flat every t,me.
Y1CT1MB OF BECKLE88 DBIYIXG.
rlc-ac Bteln twenty yi ira old, if No 171 E..I
One-hundred-and-aecond-at . whlle ridlng on * wagon
drlven by Alvah Durant, at Thlrd-ave and Elghty
elghth-at., yeaterday m ?- thrown off
? |efi arm Injured He wai taken to tha Prei
I lurani w.,-,,- reat. I for ri kl. ai y
Fredeiich Poeller, of No 102 Eaal One-hundn l-ond
iMrty-alxth-al . a grlpman on tbe Lexlngton-ave
cable road, waa arralgned ln ForkvlU* Poll ?
? :- havlna ca - l .Ulalon, ta ?
.: . So. W Baat Porty-fl
-,.. drlver ut .. wai ? Blng to the C ,nl
i , . |, m Weal Ta
. ty-flrat-Bi and Lexlngton
-,- ... ?? ,. k ,i, whl h M< Laughlli w ,- ieai
'.'. ,? imaah. I Into fragn >n. and Mc
; : iah ? -' eguttei
,., and bruiaed B i ? P
' m of ii .? Raai Flfty-1 it. atai n, rana ip
. , , v ,., ... wai rem ved to Belle
erday a certltlcat. I
. .. , miured man waa un
. .?' /a" ,,..._ . ? ? the Maglatrate, who
.., ;. ?m ,..,: ?;. II'VI
lOVAL Hl 8IXE88 C0MPLICATI0X8.
juBtica Bmyth. of th, Bupi a. Court, yeai
rlMC Black, of Jeraey i Ity, n
for -he Ri.-harls Company. womi
. \\..- Twenty-thlrd-.t.. or.
Bamuel W. F rdi ;'? '' < :'
M: ,: ick hai pre,
, i recetvei i S? a Jeraey by Chai.- Mc
Mr Rlchai ' ?'' th*' '""
ll0c|i of mei -nd -?
w,. worth 160, ? ... Bheriff'i
.,..- rlff bad alreadj lelxed I
?ttachme. - ' ? J???.""- "blch ?' ?
. bbi :; :? ? ; .'
,he lompan: I - K
^avor of Wllllam B Bllver for m
,, the eompan) I ir mei
?Uo obtalned atia ' P#S. __.??
? iwo reple. na foi J.- I ? Bhei f
? - r. yeaterday mornlng.
Bamuel V. Sp.
.upplementarj proceedlngi for ihe Lovell Bi
Compai >'. book pub.lahera, uf Xo ru.r..-'- Place.
, mpany. . Judgmenl i
. .. M Lyon, dlam .nd merch
M. Um, nh - mada ai - - m^ni on
" ? , | been i bbed ol ll* ?
. bj Henrj fJ . 8 r. ..
Th., .how: I.laWUtlei IHtSSl nem.
I .. , ia ..--? - J ? k -
m.m th ? i
. , j - ba right ot
owli - penona
th, qu. - : " U'
I \\\x.m. Biern ra J M ? ? L
va, WeaT ta.tr.-. * J u.u". W.?: M'"
I Marchand ???''- td Staiai Dtaa I
and P - . '';:::;;V\VVvi. dealei ta gtaai
? ?D?* . -.A; '"? uja.'?
llfi aaaeta Hffl: ";"?'_?*?&'^. .tlm , ....
,-.,;:?,. thlna ai l Japan J >U"'->.
i .. Impr .v.,.. .' f ? ? | ? taken
'. iinca ln thi Thlrd Dlatrlcl Courl axatnai Rob
'. filenUn.1 olt N.w-Lebai
oroaa tba mlnlng wlne Importer. of No 71 Weal
I Ho^fton-at : ihe Oui Kea.iy Cmpany. and othen.
to dlspo*?f?? them from the bulldlng at No. K.Z
Broadway, southw*st corner of Fourteen'h-.t. Tha
Rroadway Improvement Company leaiel the prop
erty to Mr Vslentine, who a??l*ned the leaie to
Mr Oroea on July B, and thi la'trr -oon after as
signed the lease to the Otl.a flea'.ty Company.
HOW A BRA, E )IAX DIED.
POLICKMAN M'l.VTYRKS IICK CHILD THK
IKKOCEKT CAUSE OF HIS DEATH
HlS MANY BRAVE DEEDi
wi.cn Patroiman Thomaa F. Ifclntyre, of the
I'ark mounted au..iad. WbO was kllcd ln West
Beventy wcond-at. on Wednesday, whii- stopping a
r,ii..iw.i\ l.-am of honea, reported lo his sericcant
at the close of his tour of diity last Tuesday, hc
WBI asi.-c^ lf he Wtohed to have nn'extra day at the
ipeclal aervlee to whlch h<- had been aiastgned.
This spectal servfee w.is Inaugurated when WTest
Bcventy-aecond-aL wns plaeed under the cbargi i '
tl ?? r.irk Department, and requlred a mounted
patroiman on i>ost there from >'> o'clock tn thc
mornlng to 3 o'clock In the afternoon. In order to
keep the thoroughfarc free of trucke. Mclntyre
i.id bt-.-n on tlns i^is. for two weeka, nnd his regu?
lar tour of duty th.-n was completed v.hen be re?
ported to his eergcant H. bad HkeH. th>* duty,
however, becauae lt had enaMed hlm to obtaln
some sleep In Ihe afternoon, whl<h hc had mlss.-ri
at nipht becauae his chlld was slck, nnd when he
a .- aaked lf hc llkcd to rcmain on tbat post for
another day to take thc place of one of his com
rades, he cheerfully aald "yea." That "ye*" was
thc tocatn of hi* death.
Hc wenl on post at I o'clock Wedne*d*y morn?
lng. Throughout th<- day hc patrolled the beat from
;-.irk tn Arasterdam-ave., and at 2:30 oVIo.-k
ln the sfternoon hc was slt'lng upon his horsc
nc.ir Columbua-ave., wlthln a few mlnutes of the
llme when his .liity would be ended, when he
heard .. comraotlon st tln eaal end of the street
and a victoria daahed toward him. it? driv-r
powerl. w t,, atOp lt- runaway horsc*. and a man
and a woniaii cllnglng to thc carrl.igc Mclntyre
turned his hors.- nnd Btarted at a galiop on a
parall*! ,-ourse to tlie nmawaj t-arn. He caught
? the horae. by the brtdle and managed to
bring th<- team to a atop b. for- it reached Am
aterdam-ave. Th.-n h<* called tn the drlver, aski-.g
hlm lf he thought he could < ontro] th-- horsc..
The man thoughl he could, and Mclntyre released
? rldle Th.- moment )ie dld so thc team sprang
forwsrd wlth thc Mu In thelr leeth end the drlver
was Bgaln h*lr*le*B
Molntyn i il ipun to his hors,- and a i
tlme overtook the wlld animala He agaln caughi
oik- of ihcm by the brtdle, bul nt th" same tlme
an ash cart golng eaal forced the team up near
irb. Thera waa a moment's eltp and Mc?
lntyre'- horae was down. and bls rlder was thrown.
his head atrlklng the pavemen* and th* anlmal
falllng on btm. He never apoke agaln. Tl
jured man * n plcked up is, his skull
taken to Roo -> ll Hoapltal. Hs
,1!..,: there al 7 o'clock. The runaway team. whlch
ha,i bolted aaaln when M, Intyre had fellen, threw
the occupnnt- of tlv carrtnge, Colonel J F. H
son and hl_ wlfe, of No. Bl Manhattan-ave., Into
the str.-et, but they were nol s.-riously Injured.
Th.- .iriv. r reeelved - apralned leg.
Mclntyi ? brave sa ir was, was no braver
than the feat- wblcb othei "f t he- mounted p
nr-ii perform dal parl f thelr lutj. Iu
foi tunsti. i . that it be
: n irlly on-| I uou- II ii
w. .. kn i* n on tl st-th. ? tlme, that
there waa no bravei man In the aaddle than V
maii II. Intyre Ther- waa alao no man who - -
lllted lli- ntercouree wlth his comradea
wan/ilwar- pleaaant, unu he was one ,,f the beal
? ? letei among th<- mounted | ?
Mclntyre ?'aa thlrty-four yeara old, and had a
w ife and tiire.- amall chlldren. H- join.-.i thr tor *
ten yeara _a*o_-*.nd had a long offlclal record for
bravery. TwiM ?e had been commended for his
K ? ? ? h.-!. n< atopped a runaway ir. Central
Park b) sprlnglng from hla fcora. to the siiift of
rrlagi - ? re to the horsc for half
a mlle before he Bueceeded In stopping hlm. Mc?
lntyre w.is bo InJ ired al thla tlme thal b. vi
lleved fr.-m mounted duty and put ln the Clty Hall
Park Whlle there, snd thla was his second deed
of bravery thal reeelved offlclal commendatl
captured a thlel by plungtng under a runnlng
? ?,!-,! In landlng hlm In I
atatlon ln the face ,,f a mob of Btreel hood
who were stonlm- hlm. Theae were Mrlntyre'i more
They were by n ol his
brave de. .I
aji thi -' - of the park poll ?
Araenal and th" "aheepfold." st I u We*l J'rlv.
. s nh -? , have been draped In memory of
? ??? th. Park ;. e, and the ri ^r.-t ??(
hla comrad. - I end i* keen and unlveraal.
The I'.-.rk Commlaal inera wlll doubtleai ,.. nal ?
aldow Bhe wlll alao recelve 8100 from Ihe Park
Protective Aaaoclation. !i'?' from ih- Im
Ri,: Men und 1900 from the Ro> .1
,m. to all of whlch i - Mclntyre
' i.-'ad man wlll probably be buried ln Calvary
Ometery, although Mr- Mclntyre hsd nol yester
r.jr the funeral.
Wsshtngton, Bepl M. The Armj order provtdtng
foi a g< ii- ral Inti i l n* of ti
laaued laal week, ha- been changed bo thal the
Ist Artlllery wlll relleve the Bd Arttllery 1
A,., |. ry, Btatloi Preeldlo Alcatraa I
Forl Mason, Cal.. snd Fort Canby, Wash.. wlll re?
lleve tbe isi Artlllery, -tatloned st Forl Hs rall ton,
Port Blocum snd Fort tVadsworth. New-Tork
Forl BherM in, III The Isl wlll n llevs the W
Departmi l ol and Forl Bam
? ... Te- Ol the two llghl ? ''."""*,"; 1:'"
ith Artlller) one will luke itatloi
i Fort Hamtlton l he Imht bat
1 ort ll mllton a 111 take atatlon
it Wu Barracka md the one at Fort
Artlllery wlll relleve the Sth rdered
' Th.- followlng tranafera ln the 18th mfantn have
.rdered Fh W?r M M Beall
fron Company I' to Company C; Flrat Ueutenanl
i(>i,n .' (iregg from Compan) L to < ompany K;
Flrat Ueutenanl Edson A Lewta from i oropan) k
. prench Ithlnfantr,.,
r of ld iho. !'.',?? 11 it>.
for? temporarj duty wlth th* National Guard of
. . ?? r John V. I.:,...'.r.:?|e - -.
, home upon the arriyal of Major
Eaon \ Koerpei
, .... ,;-, , 'roebj P MHier.
leVTpont hl. preynt leave
wlll procei Pomfn \t to For
M:,.n vt . PlatUburg Barracka. N 1
: ??' V:V,, ,'b l . i nd Forl Haneock. N .1 . on
buslneM pertalnlng to conatructlon sl the posU
'ala-nment tO dutj P*
,?','. i Rob-ri R Bi ilstant quartermai
. .?'?,'' i. ....vi from dutj bi I
?A-, hy ., Ilni offlcer, to be deslrnated b;
rorarn?d?ng_ofn- - -?W ?
,- ti,- Presldlo of Ban Fran.
THI. PAYMEXT FOR ' rn COLLEGE LAXD.
Vl nppticatlon w?a made tr, Juatlce Ruaaell, In
I Term P*n I. of tbe Bupreme ??'.urt. yes
;,lr,,,v bj charlea J Blandy. In behalf of Edward
jamea for s wrti of mandamu- to compel the
. ner to paj tl.itracl prtce for pr
tobetak-n Mr the alte of th- Cltj College. al
nundred-and-thlrty-elghth-Bl snd Amsterdam-ave
]. |i ......rrci. thst under sn sci o: ti,- Leglslature
? ..- me n-'isi..- .,[ the collegv were autborlaed
irrhaae property, tbe cosl tt whlch was nol
M . | in Februarj James's property
m - boughl st prli.sle foi 131.808 bj Ihe trus
oi Jamea hai aot re ? Ived the n ???
troller Flt. h app. ared In opposttton I
pplicntlon, snd sald that he wai noj y*t suthor
-.', | ,,, ,.,, ? ..,im foi property. s,> long aa
rreemenl nad i. ? for th. pur
ii. property, for ih>- reason that the
of the propcrtj mlght, In thi aggregat. -.
fVed the !-? .'"?? approi I
\!r l'.i.,!,'i-. aald thai thli ntei lon a n abeurd,
,,;,, ,, ? lhe , l.iln.s mual be pald aa -.
: ' |h( rer. aold. II- aald ll wns noi
,u.-,ioii" in the illncreiion of the Controller
Caalatanl Corporation <'ounh.-l J r Mark si.i.l
,,,',, , ,. did noi agrei aith the Controller, and
, . ?? - mlghl make private i".r
for them Mr ''lark ..irr.-.-.i wlth
ihe controller that lt ahould sppear tbat tiie ag
il of the pronert) Hbould n.-t exceed Ihe
rtetlon !?? ? talon wns n s. rved
CAPTAiy BOTTB)* COMPLAIX8.
Captaln I'aui Beyton, owner of th* floniin*
il whlch compiami ba- been aaada to
thc Mayor, called al the Clty Hall ye-terdaj ta
? agalnst thc a, -tion taken by thc I?ock
Board In cancclltag bla p.-rmli for a headllne to
attach hli ?hip to lhe pler at East Nlnety-llrat f*
| tle told the Mayor thnt the matter had heen un
I fnlrly presented to hlm. nnd that the Btntement
thnt b bar wna belng mnlntalned on board wa*
"Do you thlr.k that we wer* malntalr.tng a flor
Ing bell?" h?. nske<l the Mayor.
Tbe Mayor told hlm thnt he hnd not heard any
ruch repreBentatlon. bul hn.l re, ommended th*
? lllog <.f the I- rmtt almply on occounl of tba
complatnt made by the Bletera of tho House of the
Oood Ihepherd, with whom he lympatnlaed l, the
w.,rk the) were performlng. They had been an
noyed. he aald, hy the proxlmlty >,f the mualc.
taptaln Boyton aald that alnce Pather IValati had
vlsite.l hlm .n Monday laal then had t>een no
muBlc, and he guaranteed lhat there would be no
more. The |fay ,r told hlm thal li. ,-oul.l noi
rnend the contlnunnce nf the shlp at thal
polnt. and that the Captaln would hav.- to remov
lt. Captaln Hoynton then w?-nt to the I>ock Hoard
for ii perrnit for aome other p] ice
H. M. I. t FOLLBTTE IX JAIL.
A CHAROE OF PRAUD MARXKO DIFTEREXCE |Jf
PIROT AM' BECOND MORTOAOg BBXXRITIEB
Horvey M La Pollette, firmerly an Indlana Con'
fremnran, wai arreated yeaterday al the Hoffman
House. and waa locked up In Ludlow Btrael .Jail. la
default of jio.ooo bail, on an order algned by .lus
tlce kfai Lean, In the Bupreme Court, upon the ap
pil.-ation of Harry E. Mooney, of No. U Llberty-at.
Moooey chargea La Pollette with frami. and haa
aued htm to recover U7.:::t :.' ir, his rom;
Mooney allegea that on December tt, iy".. he and
i.i Pollette entered Into .-. contraet by whi.-h the
defendanl waa to s.-li and rt.liv.-r to hlm alxty-two
flrst m,.rtK.,K.- bonda, ?-a.-h of the par v.iluc of Baa,
beionging to a aerlea of 200 hon.ls taeued by the
Connoravlllc Oaa and Electrtc Company, of
Payette, Ind., al and for the prlce of $24,s-iO, payabla
|t8,8Q8 in caah an.l H4.000 ln real eatate.
Thereafter the plalntlff paid the 118,000, but he hn?
not tranaferred the real eatate, for the reqson that
by a auboequent agreemenl h>- was to retain the
real eatate oa collateral for money advanced to
the defendant. The piaintirr alleged thal the de.
fendani had not perfoimed any part of the ron
tra.-t. except that on Aprll n. iw, he dellvered
slxty-two hon.ls of the kind stlpulated for, ? \
thal they were lecond mortgage hond? instea.l of
flrst mortgage bonda Th.-re was nothlng ln or on
the bonda 10 -how thal they were not flrst mort
g.ia>- i.'.rv!- and the pl.'.intlff says he acrepted
them as (1r>t mortgage honds Had they t.npn flrst
mortgag. li ll la alleged, they would have
been rea onably worth 131,000, bul aa aecond mort
ng. - are only worth about $:'.T00 Mr
Mooney av, ra tt-.,,: i.\ thla alleged deeeption he has
heen damag, 1 to th, amount ol r.?1>.fl, for whi.-h he
For B s>" f aetion the plalntlff allegea
that on June 7. 18M hi entered into .-. contraet wi-h
the .bfen.l.int by whlch tbe latter a<r."-d lo iell
and dellvei to t no ilxtj Bral nn .rtsrajre bonda of ihe
Connoravllle Q i Company al the par
ralue of 1500 Moon*} iayi thnt he advanced the
? " thla eontrart. Thls serond
contraet, Mo. i e) i lyi ? tanot carrled out by the ,i<>.
fendant. except b) the lellveryof twenty-two aecoi I
mortgag. par i ? of $380 each The
value of the bonda, had they been of the flrst issue.
would have been 130.030, hut the seoonrt mortRajre
bonda beli a worth only ?::? each, made ;t differenee
nf $> . hli h amount 'he plalntlff demand-*
(udgment againat I.i Follette, making a totnl of
127,333 12 clalmed to be due
OVESTh AT LEADIXO BOTEL8.
ai.kfmaki.r. Dr r ff Mtnmer, Phlladel
it i .- " ' "n vv c p
I ?,.. iham ?-? Ingtei ' . ' '/''" a witt \
*~ _ v^n,.,,?
H. 11 atlller. N-? Bedford. T. W. Meaehew <??.?? ..,
H% '' "'^ "?*
Mn rhlttlcl Born n f: '?. ThomaR R.?tAn
Mlai Feli ??'- i; -' n. * \an Antwarp, Alham
A.?a Headley. tfewark. * , %^i_ef:
"Ji'gf * *-?'?'? W WORMAKDW
r* rt, I*. l i; ij i. .
eh__ .. '""?" m. Maaa
BROADWAY CSNTRAX. M... 's /."
,i Har - I* iver, r- i. ebu??tta ' Maaaa.
j U Rnrer* W Knabe, Baltlnwm
,?h,, Alam.. Maaa ' * rui
R ' U ? rtg. 1 '" Q tvi .-. Buffalo
1. E. TlbWtR * ?? spann, Buffal?
U. Carter, boi 1 n If. I Mllls. r?lc__
G R M re a ? uowell,
Bt CKIXOHAM Utm V De Witt. Klngaten
y Q Mar .m'-r, lloet". ? T,
l. w glahen * Bumner, Worceater,
Mr, I. V. If- Ma?s
fa|?. *?_,'*? -s,imn?'. Worceater
W M Boaerl *? wlfe, N"* ?.?.
N Y. , V J' -Mansn*M, Pontnn.
H Hli I -'K ft n-lf.-. BI '. p S.wv.r. Ke? York.
i??:- , . - n--?? Boaton
Mr? W. >'? Warden Phllfl '? ?? Tllllnnhaiit & ?if?.
r ' \ Btrone Nea Vork. T-X.u I".?ilnB, A wlfe,
A H. ' ? x. Chern Valle) ?-N-" J irk
A H ''..? ir.. i'harry Val *i? b P. tvi;u.im? ft
EVERETT -N ?'
p. o. Woodrul " !"r- Tr'nI n' N J
H *??% ff:-.:- ' K.cH CMg. H-nfora.
",i: . ,.,,. '- ' r. Moi treal.
i m ! a vi
, u, - ii TuftR & dauahter,
J. H. H.ipplng i MaM
?N J I. Pellger & arlfe, Phlll
*'._!* . - tea <;..
II r rohn R hestar
W _\1i braitl. ? , . VI
F ll Lee, Xe? I
a \ ;? i|
B. T. P
I; ): I >ucr
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II M Bpen
HlR M R. ? ? ?
I" i-.ge.n SaugertteR v ',
V I. Y ina II ?t.,n
P O, WlllB, Qreenfleld
'I B. Donnelly, r
Mi R li Llndsar. L'nloa
Ifn i" E Patterw.n Trej
M,?? I'stteraon. Tros n Y
f: Bh. i er, N>? I
M-- .; II Hughei N. ?
B Palnej rallfornla.
.,,..., ! Batlel - B
H'.I.I.AM' r U ;.
H | D< 4a? I - '? " -' ?' ' Bi arn, I" n i i
E 1! ? ago.
RESCl ri> t HII.I>Itr\ START I.IEE AXEW
The rooma of the Chlldren'a Atd Bo. la
Kast Ta ond-at., preaented ? ehaerful alghi
t\*edneadaj mornlng. Two companlei of homeleaa
of Agenta Tlce and Bi
were preparlng to leave for Kanaaa hy the2o'c'.ock
troins o\.r th<- Bric and Penn.ylvanla roll.
Their laughtergind happy talk ahowed how murh
kwked forward to thla new start |n Ufa
Homei have been found f..r them ln the lowna of
Chetope and Brte, m the state of Kanaaa, where
they wlll Und foater parente and new family rireips.
Amonir ?he chlldren were two orphan girls of ex
ceptlonal beaut) and retlnement. Thef.e wlll flnd a
home with .. woman of conotderabla meana, v.ho
will recelve them a? her daughters and wtll aur
r ,ui -i ihem wltl - re. H ateen ot th.- boj -.
r.-,ni,-in>,' from ihlrte. :. to alxteen yaara of ago, have
heen for aevei i months In tralnlng f?r their new
.,- -, . Ken ? i arm B 'hool Theae ar.
orphani or wlthoul hr>me or frlenda, an.l w-.-re
found li the lodglng-houaea of Ihe aoclety, and
w.-r- ..,,- laded to leave thelr rnvlng llfe and ac
,,.,,t ih, pportunltlei offered bj the aocletj Th?->
have ? ed to iri\e up their wll.1 wayi and
to aettle down to itead) hablti The home llfe nf
the farm - hool hai .-Iviliz-d them. and they bld
falr n. become valuable and actlve , ituens of Kan
VPPEB PARK IYE. TO BB A8PBALTED.
Park-ave., fr..m Plfty-elgbth-at north. ls to \>r
ilted, and a plan haa i.e.-n prepared by Pub?
llc Worka Commlaailoner .'oliis cbanglng the rrad>
,,: tba avenui ao thal the Improvemefil maj be
?,,.,,. Mayoi Strong. Commtaaloner Collla and
I othera vlalted the avenue WTedoaadaj to
,.--,? ? -.. ?l .,- ,1 lt l- now pro
,_I to mak- .. prlnclpal tri.de nrt-ry of.thla
igufM,, nllnertu llltla us^.l t?-<-ause of the
,7oh,n*rf5.r*t,rt?m?aB and E W BkKmtngdale
npreBentlng ibe i:.-' BWe Taapayera AbbocIb
n,i,, ,,,,, rTnglneeri North and Towle all favor a
rhaiige of grade and the aaphaltlng of th.- ave
SIXETY P/1 / IXDICTMEXTB TO AX8WER.
Memphi* T.-ni) . i5'!" M * K WtxnL the ai
kged forger and rmbeaoler of Ptm.**, who has been
| month-. m ,s again Indlctad
I,-, for forgery on thn ? iddltlonal
-,-,,,, m k,. re Indlctmenta whlefa hava
oeen retun vVaid n- araa arraeted ln
itradlted to iha
rmted itatea, Ha now elalma the ,,ro.-ee.imgs ln
ni, eitradltlon w.-re not reguUr, and by vlrtni of
thla will. in .. .Uy or IWO. apply for a writ of
8ATBD FROM THE DEEP.
AN INTERKSTINTJ roi.LECTION OF CURIOS
TO VTHICII KAMOIS WRECKB HAVE
Not only are strange thlng* and many wonders
B.-en by thos" who go down to the sea In shlp?. but
the people wnose huslness lt Is to reBcue from peril
Bhlpa whleh have approarhed too nenr the shore.
under ctrcuaaataoeea whlrh were not Intended to
go\ern thelr movements. sometlmea aee rpjeer
thlna*. nnd ns they are, like many other mortsls.
poaaeaaed of the manl.i for COtlectlng odd and rurl
o,is thlngB, thelr offl.es rome to be the reposltorles
of all sorts of odds and ends gathered from the
WBVea and itie deep waters
One of the most noteworthy roilections of the
?. rt In thla <lty has heen made hy H Reriram Mer
i,. rr. ,,f the iferrttt Wrecklng Organtaatlon. Many
famoua wrecka have rontrlhuted to thln COUeettOO,
..ne of :he beal known l" Ing the "'unard eteamer
oreifnn. whi.-h, after her dloootrona en.-ounter wlth
? coal barge, s.mk to r.-st off flre laland, <>ne of
? reilca ls a common <ahln cloek. the hands
belng stopiM-.l at 1:4,', o vio.-k In th* mornlng of
March 14. IM, The Oregon'a flag is ln the same
.,-- wlth the clock. When the steamer Mary A
Bcardaaan was sunk on the Romer Shoal In 1*M
she r-arried down a fire-hose norzle. whlrh thirty
- later waa bronghl up. and ls now labelled aa
a ourlo. The old Sound st.-amer Rhode Island <-on
trtbuted a l.ottle of neltzer water, whl- h stlll re
talns some of the orljrlnal flzz; the rebel ram M.-r
rimae ls repreaentad i.y a laaep ahade, and a Mrltlsh
n an-of-w.ir. WbiCh ls s.iid lo havf bo*n nunk ln
1774 ln twenty fathomi, of water, In later yenrs gave
up a pi.-..- of rope whl. h benra Bvery evldanea of
havlna become well arqutilnted wlth aalt water
The Humnr, whoae wreek la auppoaad to i>e nom.
Where off Port Morrls an.l to he the hldlng pla.-e of
lota of Brltlah gold, haa added a ennnon bail to the
rolleetlon, and another eannon hall Is said to he
from the wr<- k of Morgan'a plrate shlp. Two me
mentos of an unlUCky shlp are a part of the nnme
board from the stern of one of the boata and a
pteca of charred tlmher from the name hoat whlrh
- part of the outflt of the Mrltlsh si.ip Carnle
hlll. whl.h waa on flre not lor.g ago at a Urooklyn
pler She was afterward rebulll and named the
t'harle:. H Flint. and was l.urn-.l at sea on her
tirst voyage under tl,.- Amerlcan tlag
Ri ta ftom the wre.-k of the bIoop- f-war Morn?
lng Btar, whi.-h was sunk In I7H I.y the exploslon of
2S0 kegs of gunpowdar at the spot whi.-h ls now the
.orner of Front and Broad -'? I IWOrd whl^h
was sunk thr?e times. on the steamers Tallapoo-a
Calro and Coneatoga; a candfantlck from the wre,-k
of the Bpantah st.-amer Viscaya. whi'-h went lo
on the Jeraey coaat: ,. hottle of hlark land
from boiinga made In tha aearch for a foundatlon
for a liKhthouse on th>- dreaded Dlamond Shoal.
off Cape Hatteraa, brought up from a depth of 105
feet bel iw the iea floor, and a badly ruated mstol
from the arreck of the ateamer Wella Clty, ..re other
Intereatlng remind-rs that Mc ahlpa as wel aa
? ir11e- ??,.? ,-,r.. lubjecl to th>- eommon f.it.- whP h
i ia inppoaed ultlmateh- to overtake those who brave
i the dangera of tbe deep, and that depth la no aafe
Kuard againat the arre. ker
In additlon to these are relles from the f,erman
ateamer Artesla, whi.h w.s wrecked ln the Btr lt.
, ' Magellan the name-plate from the wr-ek Of the
Rteamer Atlantlc, on the Nova BeotU coaat; some
magnetl- aand from Babte laland; a pleee of the
flrat atlantlc cable; a bottle of niive eii ftom the
I ,rk Koberta, whlch m is aunk ln imi. ihe bottle
belng re ov-r.-d In UtTT: a gun from the Rteamer
I'.rnmhall. whieh took a < arco of arms to Turkey
?nd dld not r.-turn: a glaai graduate f-?m the Brlt?
lah bark I.orntv, whi.h went aahore on FJedlow a
Island last wtnter, and a large number of other
fragments of wrecka fnm i-arloui parta of the
Amerlcan ar.d Wes; Indlai toaata, where the rom
pany has carr led on I' ? operatlona.
... . . .ll.,-tion are pieture*
of wr- k- ind rei u. - battered hulks and itove-ln
. r? dlvera and thelr apparatua, and some oid
time pho'tographa, ..... of them belng of the now
famous ron tti i - - '""' m?.fd "P *"*"
,?,_.,! ,-.. ? - ? apedttlona. This
plcture was taken twenty yeara ago. when
? I,'.. vegael w.s at the pler on the staten laland
I.ITTl.E EYIDEXCE IGAIX8T ROLOFF.
The heirlr.g in the caae of Oeneral Carloa Roloff,
who is accuaed of having aetively partldpated ln
icndlng ftllbuaterlng <>?; ? " "i tn CuD?. waa r*
|U|IM . ifternoon before L'nlted Btatea Com
mtaaloner Alexander Captali James Anderson, of
i v_n Brunt-at., Brooklyn, was the flrst wlt
that a Auguat _ a mar. whom
new a? Jou.n Burchard hlred l?lm to tak- a
Aahing party to BarneKat in hla launch. Elghteen
men went on board. Somebody on the ] ? k. before
Itarted out, knocked him sensel.-s?. "After
that." said the wttneaa "1 did not know much what
I was about."
?fan't you remember nnything*" Asslstant L>ls
trlet-Attorney Ulnman lnquired impatlently.
?I hav. ,i very bad memory." replled the captaln,
I)h dld remember that th.- launch went alongslde a
ateamer off Barnegat, but he could not remember
-... veBael'i name Flnally, when the name 'Laur
i d i" waa mentloned to hlm. he said he thounht that
was lt. This was all that ,-ould be got out of the
Captaln George Knox, who commanda a harbor
tuc teattfted to havtng towed four aurf boata to
the* Laurada from Kalgn'a Polnt. near Camden,
'Harrv P Wolf, employed by the owner of the
Kalan'a Polnt dock, from wi,l<-h the aurf boata
ire aald to hav.. been taken, was an angry wit
...l poaltlvely knew nothlng that Mr Ulnman
! him to kn..w _
I think v< u have Kot rr.- d,,wn here on a acheme
I don't know anything -. :d \\ olf. and that
l? practl ally all h- dld .?__,
Nothlng -l? materlal developed, and ar. adjourn
ment waa taken untll f1:^ mornlng.
TBE l IHE BO VRD i W INCY.
Mayor Btrong bai i ?' -?' declded upon a Klre
Commlaaioner to AU the vacancy cauaed by the
,i, .?>, of Auattn E. Pord ? Plre CommlBaloner
R. ghetl Ulk with the Mayor yea?
terday, relatlve to the racancy In the Hoard Hg
i to b. anxtoua for a colleogue who wlll utmi
hli \i-w a- io hoa the Department should be ad
mlnlstered aa he and Commlaaioner La Urange.
the prealdenl of the Hoard. do npt alwaya agree.
than > - ore ol appltpanta for the
l v v oleott, noa ? < "iv H Bervlce < om
brother of Aldarman W. M K
Ib Bmoi B th- poaalbllltlei Jullua Har
? -\ Exclse <'ommi.-slon.-r. is also a candl
TO COXBIDER DEPARTMEX1 E8T1MATEB.
The Board of Kstim.it.- wlll on October 14 t.e?;in
ratlon df thi provlalonal eatlmatea aub
: DJ tM,. ? . ti department In tha
dt> government. Onlj ? few of the departmenta
have as >.-t tlled thelr eatlmatea with ihe Con
troller The Pollce CommlBslonera have made a
reoueat for M715.180 09 foi ;v'T an Increaae of $1.
Th over' .hat allowed for 1S96. The Hoard
wlfl all Monday.-. Wedneadaya and Thuraday. until
|ti w.rk is ,-omplet^<l
COURT CALENDAB8 KoR TB-DAT.
Add?: j'- DrR'taloB?tuprami Courl I
Buprem. ? Bp. il reria Pari t Bel ra RaaaaU, J
. M '? n alen lar illed il ll a m
Bupreme Courl st- lal Term- Pan II H'f r? Ma^Iyan,
j : ? ; ,.? ? lu 80 ., iti Kx parta mattera
Bupr*m? '"..ir- Bp* lal Ter.r l'jr:? III. IV, \', VI, VII
and VIH?Adjourned for tha term.
iluprem* t>>uri PrlR Term l-arr II Bef re I r??iTian.
, -eftrred rauie: So BtSt Jaffre) ng- llur-'r llaar.
S,i[.r?m? I'mrt Tna! T*rm I'.r- III K?f re
? - _? . ,- 1'alendai < alSad al 2
Buprem* .'.urt Trlal Term -Par-? IV \'l VII and X
.-1 until M-ndnv. Beptember >
.s.,(,r-?,? ' ourl Trlal Term I'ar? V, \"III and XI.?
Adjourned f ,r rh? t-rn,
tme .'ourl Trlal T*rm Part IX Before Da'y I
-<s,, MeOlnlej -?t n,nk f r Bavlaga So
I a y ralei
BurrogBte'l Courl Trlal Te^m Mrfore Arn-Ii. S N
lins rtiII of Krlitln* Ohnaaliml. bi l" :i" i t? , \ lur.i
itini EhmalnnJ, n WM a. m . V> l-'.'T.
will of'John K-!?.ler),-h. at 2 r. rr.
Burr faU'a imbera Befor* ?*lt?a*rBld B
\i ? , ?ndar ralled a, 10:BB a m. \vii:? for probate:
Barah K Pupln, <'?- rg* II M,''at-e. Ma, > B. Plnley,
H^n,???? - pheni t, ia-n?? i*rumlejr. F*:t.?r W i ll
,. 10:80 , ri, . viaeani fTark. at ??? p m
Burrogaie'i Courl Chamberi Bef..r* Fi'zit*rald, 8.?
vi ? ? ? lar called ?i 10 'f> a m
I'ourl Sp*,.|al Term lt?f..,? \'an Wvefc, C J- ?
, jrr o[?n?, al 10 a. m M ?! n? ?t liv.TO a m.
ie. Roaaali, J.
N <?? igl Denlg T), ma? P I'nrn*:;>
M^'r p ?;,, tn l.lfe Inauraaca i',>m;.an> ng'.. O'.'allaghan
i n ,f irtrldgB.
H?i'tiagt. Heath WaltOO C 1'eroy.
W.i- m- M,,J,nn M-nr. D MbOoRRbM.
Natlonal lUr.k t <he It?pu)M,,- ?<t R_cl* and Ph>%en!?
Manufa. turlriB Company- Jam*K K K?arn?\
l'i " ruax. J
V ,rk Mav?n |-np^r I Mnpaay ?Jt Walter Aubur.ur R.
M. Mih. n
. > -?..n Baimiel \'. Sp^v^r
B) M... :.*.-.n J.
<? nur-w. Brewhag Cotnpaaj >6' "Ne.;i u,ui? li v*n
i:-. Bmytfe, t.
^amii-I W, Ri' hard hi Urb Rlrharda ''.n,|.any ,1,a!l*?
I.Mn.ui Tiffiny agt. Mlnnle |_ Slm. n - Praa. - I
Bi Trua*. J
?? .? Z.hn Arthur !> Wl'.llaina.
CL08IXG PBICEB BAX FBANCI8C0 BTOCKB.
.Sun Iriii). l?.... S?p!*mt.er J4. Iv;
Teaterda) 1 feaierdaj T, daj
..; Kealeaa.*?? M
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ui ,>(.r,ir . '.i aa
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,?^ . aa fts
l i Xevaria. BI ".)
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M I tah. D7 .OB
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