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WAR ON STRIKE BREAKERS
( F. U. Applauds Threats— Plan to
Boycott. Trust Beef.
The BtrSBS of tlie butcher workmen and meat cut
ter* was brought up a? yesterday's meeting of ths
Central Federated Union by Alexander Hilton, a
irjember of the advisory I ->*t-\ of the strike^
"The 'nktrs are not lo?!ng ground," he said. "lbs
borne* are placing BSBJIT obsticles in our way and
TJisJcirir * scandalous DM of the police. The police
••« rldlnc . sag the sidewalks sad driving the
people away. We don't want any financial assist
ance. v\». war.! your moral assistance only. They
arc bringing the men in tugs along the Sound to
the fe:ry in Long Island City, where they put them
In the ferryboats for the Thirty-fourth-st. ferry in
New -York, but we'll see they don't get them. They
are afraid to come alui.ff, because they know that
our entertainment committee ■ waiting for them.
Oar entertainment committee will take care of
•ll;*:» and make It warm for them when they a|>
peii, i ... you."
• Bhents of appla-use followed tills statement, and
then lasses Daly, of the Dock Builders' Union, in
formed Urn Central Federated Union that all tow
l-otit <>w::er» were lined SC3 for every passenger
th*y carried in their towboats. Be said the v.nion
men could help by refusing to SBt anything: but
'It is for the unions to see to tfcle." he said.
"A!! the members of the unions should direct
their wives not to buy any trust meat. That is
th» tiny to sfi ■i bo-it It '
Denunciation of the police was then in order.
Several delegates wanted to know what Police
Commissioner Me Adoo thought of himself when
he sent so many policemen to look after tho busi
ness of the trust. They also said that Captain
Lantry was acting- too officially and overdoing his
"Why shouldn't we so higher?" said the dele
gat« of thfc Carrisc© and Wag-on Workers' Union.
"'Ex-Commissioner of Charities Lontry, brother of
<"a.ptain :.Lry, was once a butcher himself, and
the tier t^'•ul<i t>*> taken to Tammany Hall."
When the meeting; v.as over, William C. Well
man, who represents kosher meet cutters, said
that his local wanted to striJf*. "We held n meet-
J.iS at No. 64 Ea*t Fourth-st.. to-day." he s.J<l.
"and decided to strike if the schochets wire not
rilled out on strike. We wanted Elchelberger or
Honor D. Cail to order ue on strike, but they
•*ou!J not do it, saying; they would sot need us,
Z f they an not call us out. we will go out or.r
tr'.vea, because we sympathize with the strikers."
No killing of caul? went or. at the plants of
erhTvarzschild & Sulsberg-er or or the United
I.>res*ed Beef IE pan y yesterday. Sunday is Ihe
important day o? the week with both these Concerns
1.->oa!ly. bn! the strike breakers did not want to
work on Sunday. It was said that killing would be
ruiumfii at both plants this morning.
The strikers thought so little of conditions In the
Firsl-iive. district y3Bterda> that most of them
Went over to Celtic Park, where the wool workers
Jielfl a pimlc. As a result there were no crowds in
■She aveniie. nnd although Police Captain I^antry
*:ii! had about eighty men on duty there was no
CONFERENCE A MYSTERY.
To End Beef Strike— By Whom or
Where Not Known.
Chicago. Aup 14. — On the outcome of a con
fere'.K-f. which may be held to-morrow morning,
the present chances of a settlement of the stock
yards strike depend. The nature of the expected
conference is very indefinite. It ie asserted pos
itively by some of the labor leaders that a con
ference with the pauckers will be held, but the
packers will not affirm or deny that such is the
« a?*. Last night it was reported that a propo
sition had been made to J. Ogdcn Armour Just
as ho was leaving this city for Boston, and he
*ug£fPted that It be submitted to the other
packers. This, it is said, has been done by the
labor leaders, and the conference will be held
in th« morning.
The only packer who would discuss the mat
ter to-night was L. F. Swift, and lie was non
committal. The mo« specific statement that
he would make was:
"Bo far as I know, no conference will be held."
Mr. Swift was insistent that the words "so far
sj> I know," be incorporated in his reply. The
nature of the proposition said to have been
made to Mr. Armour by the labor leaders is not
At a meeting of the market drivers held this
afternoon it was decided to declare a boycott
against such retail dealers as buy meat of the
packers where the men are how out. The men
will, moreover, refuse to do any -of the work
that was formerly done by the Ptrikerp. This is
the extreme action that will be taken by the
teamster* in the present stnaCl
There was little rioting in the yards this after
rioor> and to-night. A number of men. said to be
non-union, were beaten by strikers, and James
Bristol, a moulder, was terribly beaten by two
men •ho took him for a strike breaker. Bristol
Ik employed in an iron foundry, and has had
nothing to do with the strike.
(OXFEREXC E A SUCCESS.
Episcopalian Experiment at Rich
field Springs Does Well.
(BT TELEGRAPH TO THE TKIBLXE.I
Richfield Springs. N. T.. Aug. 14.— Episcopal
Church workers who have attended all of the ses
sions of the vacation conference Just closed here
state that it has been an unqualified success. Six
leading bishops assisted in the services to-day. At
4 o'clock an open air meeting was held on the mall
In Spring Park. William Jay Schleffelin, of New-
Tork, president of the American Church Mis
aion&ry 6oclety, came down from Bar Harbor to
preside at this meeting, and on the platform with
,tolra were the Coadjutor Bi&hcp of New-York, Dr.
David H. Greer; Archdeacon John R. Matthews, of
Ohio; the Rev. Dr. Darlington, of Christ Church,
! Brooklyn, and the Rev. Bcott M. Cooke, rector of
"St. John's Church here.
Bishop Lieightoa Colem&n, of Delaware, presided
at th« open «lr assembly in the churchyard of
Chrl , Et i 'burch. Cooperslown. where lie the remains
•£. v" 1«->1 «-> , ' re '-ooper and many of his family.
, B^hop < harle e T. Olmstend. of Syracuse, preached
In tne First Presbyterian Church this morning, and
Bishop George F. Peterkin. of West Virginia,
preached at St. John's. Two missionary bishops—
,i.uclen Lee Klnsolving. of Southern Brazil and
James % an Buren. of Porto Rico— assisted in the
Five hundred people have registered at the con
ference headquarters, eighty being Episcopal clergy
men. This first summer conference of Episcopal
«.hurch workers has been in session at Richfield
hprinp for more than a week. Looked on as an
experiment, because there had never before been an
attempt to bring EpincopaJiang together on the
•Int-n of the ICorthfleld and Winona conferences th*
enort appears to have Justified itself, and they
now seems little doubt that the conference will be
i:om« an annual appointment. In attendant th«»
conference has far surpassed the expectations of
the officers of the American Church Missionary
Society, under whose auspices it Is held. An officer
l iXiasryiL*' Mked to -** y what had ffene * n
-We hsve accomplished." he replied, "just what
we aimed to do. W*e have brought together a large
""S^ \' f :j: j « r chur <* People from widely separate.)
centres In thi. country and our allusion fields, and
we have heard of each other's work. I think there
ran be, no gainsaying the fact that the Episcopal
< < # hurch ha» 2**" d ' d so-ne " uch unofficial and i,,
.ormal gathering ,s, s th'a. The general convention
1* too crowded with lectatatton and the ml»sionar-.
■ ??^il ,1° f ° mal a p^tner.rij; for * lth ' r of them to
fill just the purposa oT th'.s conference."
BROKER ALLEGED TO BE INSANE.
W. A. Forbes, of This City, To Be Examined
in Detroit on Brother Charge.
!bt Tn.Eciurn to tu^ r::ißix E .l
Detroit. Aut'. H. T W. A. Forbes, .'or the last five
>«-»rs a broker in Xe*-York will be examined
Jr. the j.robate court to-morrow as to his sanity
;.**: itwk, on complaint of his brother. James A
Forur«. of this city, he was taken to the Red
Cro** Hospital and placed In a. restraining cage,
from wnlch he was released after two days The
hospital people tay rjtsj be is a victim of neuras
tiienU. but two leading alienists pronounce him a
victim of paresis.
m/lem /le mi?*...* 11 " he <.. i 2i 2l t.tc-«ea with Winston
CuurcbiU. the an mil. In busing deal,, and that
the proceedings tO , Send him tO an asylum «•
the result of a conspiracy. His relatives here will
tBHRINERB TO VISIT LUNA PARK.
•sin* T^n Ezrs T ' mpi °- xobi *" ° f the M >- sti "
Shrine, will hold Urn annual outing at I^jna Purk,
Coney Island, on Wednesday. The Shrlnera aid
thssr friends will leave the Battery at I* nT
sn-ono-oT the Iron SU*xu\>o»t Oompan y* boats
« number of them, mounted. va camels. «" e c^.
A COUNTEB ULTIMAFUM.
CONFERENCE ON SUBWAY.
Tile Layers Threaten to Demand 50
Cents a Day More Wage*.
The ultimatum of the Building Trades Employers'
Association to the unions Involved in the present
locUout. containing a veiled threat of the open
shop If the strikes are not declared off before
August 22. was in the bands of the various union?
yesterday. It was received with defiance, and
judging from the attitude of the unions, any at
tempt to put non-union men to work will result In
a war of strikes.
The Tile Layers' Union has served a counter ulti
matum on the individual members of the Grate,
Tile and Mantel Association that if the lockout
is not declared off by Wednesday the tile layers will
not go back to work except at the wage rate of
CEO a day, an advance of DO cents a day In their
Notwithstanding the assertions of James J. Daly,
chairman of the press committee of the Building
Trades Alliance, that no more strikes would be or
dered until the question of the validity of the arbi
tration agreement was tried In the courts, strikes
have been ordered on several buildings, to go Into
effect to-day. Among these are the new Times
building, the Sturtevant Hotel and a large build-
Ing between Forty-second ad Forty-third-sts. end
Second and Thlrd-aves.
The representatlveH of the Building Trades' Alli
ance who were seen yesterday took the stand that
the ultimatum of the employers' association was
intended to Intimidate the unions so that they
would send the strikers back to work. William 11.
Farley, business agent of the Tile Layers" Tnion.
"We do not regard this ultimatum seriously.
There Is a string to it. The employers broke the
arbitration agreement first by overriding, the de
cision of the general arbitration board dismissing
the complaints In the subway nnd through the
board of governors ordering a general lock of
the unions on strike In the subway as wH! as on
buildings. The board of governors is .1 Eelf-creatrd
body not provided for In the arbitration agreement,
and is practically a self-constituted board of walk-
Ing delegates for the Building Trades Employers'
Association. How can the employers" association
call the Building Trades Alliance a strike orßaniza
tion and refuse to r»et>gnize It when it . ( ,,, its own
board of governors, a locking out organization?"
Farley said Unit there were more proportionately
of the tl!e layers" locker, out than the men In any
oiner trade, because the union had an agreement
tN.tJi the Grate, TMe and Mantel Association by
wliich none or the member* of the unitti could
work for any but members of the Association! This
farley s * ;d " kei>t otfut employers from golns Into
the business. All th<- tile layers except twenty
*<"■• m the union. Recently, be said. ■ man who
had a million dollars to invest in th« business ap
plied for membership In the association. The em
ployer? told him. Farley said, that they bad all
th« members necessary to conduct the trad.-, and
as the man could not Ret the mechanics to work
lor him, be could not begin business. In any case
Farley said, unless the ultimatum of the unit vvsis
lived up To the union would never recognize the
Grate. T! ..• and Mantel Association.
At yesterday's meeting of th« Central Federated
fnlon the question of the troubles in the subway
was : ought up by Delegate Murphy, of the Tile
Layers' union, who asked thai James Holland
chairman of the rapid transit commit! of tie
Central federated I'nion. be directed by the chair
man to state exactly what took place between
him and John B. McDonald, general contractor of
"We have been told." said Murphy, "that Dele-
Kat« Holland made an appointment to meet tli"
«übway contractors and failed to keeT It Now
we want to know what side Delegate ' Holland in
Holland in reply made- a long statement, in
which he said he had a talk with Mr. McDonald
over the, telephone, and a^ked for a conference
Mr. McDonald had said that 1f Holland merely
wanted to talk be had no desire to see him. but
if he wanted a conference, the strikes in the sub
way would have to be declared off first i).- had
told Mr. McDonald, he Bald, that he had no power
to declare off the strikes, and there- the. mutter
S->me other members of the rapid transit com
mittee arranged a conference to «"ake jilac- in Mr.
McDonald's office nt 2 p. m. to-day. At Holland*
suggestion it tra.' decided that ail the unions
represented Irs the rubwoy should R?t together
enrly to-day to see what grievances they had, su
that everything could be settled, if possible, at
STOWAWAY JUMPS FROM A STEAMSHIP
Captain Says He Is Unable to Pay the Heavy
Three stowaways wrre brought here on the V«"il
son Line steamer Hindoo, Captain R. I, Webster,
which arrived last night from Hull by way of
Boston. <)ne of them, George Bills, who swore
t<» the captain he- was an American citizen and
lived in "the town of Rhode. Island. Pennsyl
vania." managed to* elude the watch about 8
o'clock Saturday night and escaped by a stern
lint, and, presumably, swam to shore., although
the officers of the ship l>e!ievcd he was drowned.
The captain gave out the story hut t.lght of th»
escape as follows:
"We were about twelve hours off Bishop's Island,
which Is near Hull, when four stowaway*. Frank
Brown. George Kills, Thomas Brown an.l ■ German
named Juger— disclosed themselves. When v. . got
to Boston Frank Brown, who was proved to be an
American, was allowed to land, but the others were
ordered deported. I had a presentlnv nt that I
would have trouble with Kills, and when we en
tered quarantine on Saturday evening-, at «:30. 1
ordered the three stowaways to be placed in chain*.
Ellis asked for ten minutes to wash himself, and
the request was grantpJ. 1 was busy, and thought
no more of it until about I o'clock, when a steward
told me. that a man had Jumped from the stern,
with a life buoy. I did not believe him at llrst. but
ordered an investigation. Kills was found to he
missing. 1 then ordered a boat lowered, and for
three hours a fruitless search was made around all
the schooners near by. It is my opinion that he
was drowned, although he knew enough about
swimming to wait until after ebb tide fore lump
The fine Imposed upon a captain allowing a stow
away to escape is £//>. Captain Webster has no'
been on the st-a for six weeks, owing to tlie sleknen
of hi« wife, and has bfen .. Dei a heavy exp<ris«
for an operation performed on her. l!- says he la
unable to pay the, fine.
ACCIDENT ON BEIDGE TRAIN
Two Persons Burned Slightly by Electric
Flame While Alighting from Car.
By a peculiar accident a man and a woman v.-ero
shocked and burned Hllghtly at the Manhattan end
of the Brooklyn Bridge hut night, as they were
getting off a train from Sea Beach. Flro shot from
under the hood at the end of one of the cars.
It was found later that some mischief maker
had disconnected the "light puller" by which the
lighting; Is conducted from one our to another, and
the metal end of the current carrier had grounded
on an iron stanchion under the car hood, causing
flame to shoot out The guard on the train soon
replaced the "light puller," and the trouble ended
CUSTOMS INSPECTOR DROWNS
Falls from a Bulkhead in Brooklyn — Was
Sixty-two Years Old.
n*sriea Bdwmrds, a eustoma InspvPtftr, 01 Nfo. an,
Halse>'-st-. Brooklyn, was drowned last Dlsjht, by
Tallin* from the bulkhead between Hamilton k rry
assi !'"ion Store?, Brooklyn. Ho whs taken from
toe water almoe-t immediately by John Mile\ 1
watchman, and Tbomaa Fitzgerald of No 104 Bu l
Hvan-st.. Brooklyn, but was uncoi 1 '/:»., 1
a few moments later. He was xlxty-tv.
THIEF TAKES PASTOR'S SERMON.
Alto Gets Checks for $17 from Dover. N. J.
Dover, Aug. 14.-The Presbyterian Memorial
Church, of this place, was robbed aga'.n this morn
ing, for the fourth time In as many months. Two
envelopes, containing the Rev. Dr. W. W. Hallo
way's contributions to the sessional fund and the
general fund for the support of the church re
spectively, amounting to jit together, and Dr. llal
loway*B manuscript sermon were taken' from bis
desk in his temporary absence from his study. The
envelopes had written on them the amounts they
contained. The money wan in checks.
♦ 810 ENGINE JUMPS TRACKS.
A big Baltimore and Ohio Railroad freight engine
Jumped the tracks yesterday afternoon at Clifton
Btaten Island, and tied up the traffic un the Stateii
1 Bland Rapid Transit Ralljoad for an hour. Th«
mishap occurred In the beginning of the rush home
YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. MONDAY. AUGUST 15. 1904.
}Ye bagged a good one when we ar
ranged for our £.3 steel frame suit
Everything man or boy wants to
wear for a suit case trip or a stay at
Rogers, Pket cV Company.
r:. 1 . Broadway, cor. AV'arren,
opposite City Hall. _
&41 Broadway, cor. nth. Me nil order*
and 140 to 148 4tb Aye. by mull.
1250 Broadway, cor. 3£d,
and 64 West 33d St..
PIN IX MOUTH DEADLY.
Girl Breathes It in Toward Lungs —
Doctors Can't Save Her.
Willie Miss Rose I'.ih'Fio. of N<>. 13 RooaeYelt
st.. was dreaming on Tuesday, a brass pin With
a black head she was holding In her mouth
I down her throat Just as was coins
to sneeze. The pin simply tickled her throat
a little, so phe paid no attention to it ■
When i» l ~ tickling was resumed.
She went about her work as a candy maker
until Thursday, when her mother took her to
the outdoor dispensary of Roosevelt Hospital.
Hh.- laughed when she told the entry clerk her
After Dr. George E. Brewer had located the
pin In the windpipe with the X-ray, the girl's
throat was cut open, but the suaseons found
that the pin had slipped further down. The
X-ray was used again, and another operation
tried. but th«» pin slipped down almost to the
left ting, where the surgeons dared not follow
it. They had to pew up the incisions they had
made, bring the girl out of her stupor from the
ether, and put her to lied. She died in sixty
hours from dropsy of the tissue of the cells of
the lungs caused by the pin.
FIERCE FIGHT OVER ITALIAN
Man Wanted in Jersey City Captured in
Ir.V TEI.EI.K4PH TO THE TKIBf.VF.. i
Pittsburgh. Auk. 14.— After one of the most bit
ter battles fought in an Italian camp in years,
Dornlnlck Flaccone, of Jersey City, was to-night
landed In the lockup heie. Faccone was arrested
itt Fayette City, Pcnn.. and while his arrest
has nothing to do with the Mannlno kidnapping
case, the kidnapping was responsible for th"
urrest. us Detectives Aymer, of Pittsburgh and
Hlcco, of Jersey »'ity. were searching for the
kidnappers when the; raine on Faccone.
Faccone has been wanted for assault and
jumping his ball at Jersey City. He left there
on July .'< Tn-day Ricco and Aymer entered
a hall* at Fayette City, where B christening
party was going on. There was a fight, in which
knives were drawn, arid the detectives wer«
compelled to use revolve Several person*
were badly hurt, for all took a hand. The <le
tectlves lost part of their rlothlng, and were
compelled t:> <iraq Faccone Into he country to
get away from bis friends. They brought him
here at midnight, and he •••.HI be taken Bast to
TO LOOK FOR PACIFIC TERMINUS
. of the Grand Trunk, Gom
West in a Special Train.
i :m-m ro Tiir rstßtrn I
r.-ai. auk 14. -Charles M Hays, prt
of the i;raiui Trunk i ink W
..-. i . and other mem: •
■ . ■\- .-,•■ .mt'l of the new tram mil
I |H, ;> Wf'l' • « ' S '■<••■■■■
. .er the Canadian Pactflc for • •
to decide • tern terminus for the
railwa: "r rill iim» the rißiit of war
r all other trninii.
It is understood t.»ai the sward in tl
try <ti«piite hn s rendered ■ point pi'
in micd to be now undesirable.
VETERAN ROBBED OF $900.
Ex-Captain in Navy. Cousin of President
Harrison. Drugged in Boston.
ii i Irwin. s men
11. 'i homai Post So IT. < : \. n . of Bt
. to-nlghl thai sinoa hi* arrival he
h.-.d been di •• robl ed "' more th
Irwin is staying ;;? the Parker Mouse. Ie says that
soon after i here thla morning !•
BaTer to guide Mm to
■ .: n<- bad one <lt ink « Ith th^
stranger, after which I rt Mm nnii h»> did
■ion of hi* '
dering p.imh ssly
Ms amounting to
|S6O, '.v.-iy misHhiK.
Irwin wan formerly v captain in the United
■ ■i' :n of Pi
Had Saved Money to Marry and Begin
Franz duck, ■ 'cello player on tha ■
Hamburg, which arrived here yesterday, fell over
....mi ::> the severe storm last Friday and wa
drowned Kuck, who >ame from Uhlenvorst,
Brandenburg, Germany, had expected to o, 'inn
ried after this trip, and had saved M 6 marks to
lh ■ In nit • for his hr|i!.\
Between 4 and 5 o'clock Friday afternoon, wMio
i ma was raging, he went up on 'he "top
aide" for a nap as was bis custom, it is supposed
thai ill the hiKh «ea.« h«- was thrown from the
top di i.
NOTES OF THE STAGE.
Henry W. Savage iian almost lo.npleted the , ast
for Qeorge Ade's new comedy. "Th« College
Widow." In addition to Miss Dorothy IVnn.int, who
will play the title rol>-. the following engagement*
were made Saturday: The Misses Amy Ricard, for
rtsssln Tanner; tJertrude Qutnlan, for Flora \S'lr
gtns, and Ltda afcldlUan, for Mrs. Dalsalle, snd
K<iwln Holt, for Hiram Bolton; Btephen Maley, for
the Hon. Blam Hicks; Frederick Burton, for ''Bub"
t ii. kn. and -I Beeresford Elollis, for Copernicus
There is said to be a BJOOd prospa I thai Mi
James Brown Potter will wood naatke her appear
ance on the stage of Proctor's Theatre In this city.
While there have as yet been DO definite arrange
ments, Mr. Proctor has mad'- i.er an offer, if the
\k encaged, tt will probably be for ten or twenty
yeeks in this ami other cities where there are
Proctor theatres, Her appearance on the Proctor
■-i i^i s will i,f a continuance of the policy by which
Mr. Proctor proposes to give larg<. salaries ••> some
of the leading actors to appear for bri.-f fA^aar
nsenta In «hort plays on the continuous perform
Plans for the proposed National An Theatre are
beginning to take shape. It la now agreed that
the work of building should be placed in the bands
of an entirely separate corporation with a charter
of its own. It is the consensus of opinion that
$2.U)O.O0O is the least that could adequately cover
the cost of building ami maintaining the theatre
and school of acting. It has been found, however
th&l $5,000,000 could be used with advantage. Many
offers of money are being received. One woman
has offered to give a marble mantleplece richly
sculptured, for the foyer of the house. Plan.-) for
raisins the rest of the money have not yet betn
BRASS BEDS REDUCED ONE-THIICD
To provide room for the new Beds daily being received we have re
duced one-third in Price all discontinued designs of Brass Beds.
In every item of material and construction Flint Brass Beds are of
exceptionally high grade.
The Iron Beds receive nine coats of Best English Enamel, which is
A Few Examples of the Reduced Beds
There is no extra charge for Satin or Polet Finish.
Bed 4 feet 6 in. Reduced from $95.00 to 63.00
4 . •• 6 " 70.00 57. 00
3 » 3 •• 60.00 40.00
3 •• 6 •• 36.00 24.00
Springs and Mattresses also Reduced.
lied a feet 3 in. Reduced from 533.00 to 2 2.00
3 •• 18.00 12.00
4 »• 6 •* 14.00 8.50
4 "• • *' 10.50 7.50
4 •• 6 •* 7.00 4.75
There are many more reduced. Beds both in the Brass
and White Enamel not mentioned in the above Examples.
GEO. C. FLINT CO.,
West 25rd Street.
(OIiOXEJt SAVES WIFE.
3//-.v. O'Gorman Held Up in Water
Until a Boat Arrives.
Coroner OGorman of The Bronx, who is called
"Billy-on-the-spot." 1 saved his wife from drown
ing In Pelham Bay, near their summer home, on
City Island, yesterday, afternoon. Mrs. O'Gorman
has been learning to swim with "water wings."
yesterday afternoon they went In swimming
and Mrs. O'Gorman put on the "wings" as usual.
The coroner Stood on the dock to watch her
progress. She swam out about three hundred
feet from the ore when the "wings" suddenly
collapsed. Losing confidence, she began to sink
and shouted for help.
Coroner O'Gorman jumped Into thr water and
struck out. When he reached his wife, she had
been under the water twice and had swallowed
much of 11 Bne reached <>ut and clutched him
so tightly thai he nearly went under the water
I tide «as running; and he had
difficulty In k-e;iliiß her head above water.
Borne men w*i.t to their assistance in a boat.
Mra O'Gormai waa placed in the boat, and the
coroner was towed to the shore. Two physi
ciuns were summoned, but they found that Mrs.
O'Gorman had nol swallowed enough water to
her. She was carried home and was able
to bi aboul a few hours later. In Jumping from
oner i ut his right foot on a rusty
trail. He had the wound muterized.
HERO AND FATHER THE SAME DAY.
Officer Rescues Man from Drowning and
Finds a Baby at Home.
Patrolman Wll.Jay. of the r.nr Twenty-second-Bt.
station, was the recipient of double congratula
tions last nlsht. He had »>•••• >me a hero and a
father the mam* .fay Francis Pla»er. employed
by S'.-h»n.rzschlM & rJulz!-. ricer us a Btrlkp breaker.
tried nwlmmirfr tn ii- Km River at K<.rty-«fth
«t. yert<rduy afternoon, "nil the strong tide swept
him nui tnli> the rtver. Wlldny. who was on Btrlk«»
duty there. Jumped In with mi stopping" to remove
his coat, and t.r,,.|ght the miin to the dock wher«
they both wire pulled out by Roundsman Mc-
Wil.ii.-. wah >>sh4Us!''il i«nd fainted when he wpj
iifi^-l tn th* dork. ll.' nnd Pl«f*r were taken to
th«« Flower Hospital In nn nmbulance. A police
m«n w:im cent to Wllday's h'>us«. for a dry uniform,
nnd It wag found thit Mr*. Wllday had given birth
tr» a wm In the afternoon. Wllday then got leave
<if tibsrnce fur th»- afti>rnr>on and went home.
TAKES OUT POLICIES FOR $460,000.
Thomas N. McCarter, Public Service Corpora
tion's Head. Now Insured for $500,000.
President Th« N. Carter, of the Public
Service Corporation of NVw-Jersey. took policies
of life ln«urnnc« last w.-.-k In a Newark company
for $450,000. Mr. McCarter had already been curry-
IriK J.'«U»«i Iniurancfl on his life
He took thi; large amount last week on hl« own
motion, after a cartful itudy of the whole subject
of llff lniur«nt-f. The policies are payable to his
eatate, mid ar# intended to be entirely for the
bc-ni'flt nf his family.
He Was Especially Prominent in the De
velopment of Rockaway Beach.
William Watnwrlßhi. prominent In the develop
ment of Rockawaj Beach us an amusement resort,
died at his home, No. Ml l'nlot»-st.. Brooklyn, >•<•«
terday from gastritis. Horn in Philadelphia in IS3-?.
hfi cirnc to New-York at the us« of ttfteon. In 1570
ht? was cltctod a member of the Assembly. 11 es
tabllehed the old Odeon, now ttv Novelty Theatre,
In W'llHamsburr. and became the proprietor of the
Lake llousf, ut Lake Hopatcons, N. J. I^ater ho
too!; charcc of tlio Pavilion, In Isllp. Long Island.
"i'rcle Jim" U»»ms«Mi and a man name<l Conway
In lSiti bought K"><) acres of liockuwny U»-uch. with
three miles of ocean front, for WH, In i&T.'. Mr.
\Vainwright bouxbt out Conway*a Interest for
fIS.WiO. Then the lit m of Remsen & WalnwrlKht be
%un the ilevelopmenl of llorkaway Beach It bull!
the SuiiKidc Houm then the tarcesi hotel on the
roast. The property of th«; linn is now worth more
Mr. Walnwrlwht retired from active business three
yean :ik'». Riving lii=* >>vii. .1. W. WuinwrlKht, entire
charge of nil affairs. He leaves ■ widow ami a
Lighter besides this • on.
LED TO DEATH
To Run from Chambers to Reade-st., Between
Broadway and Centre-st.
N'oii ■ ■! by t!i^ I>< rinriment of 1- ,
thai .in assessment h:is been muile on proju-rty n
tin- Borough of Manhattan for ■ new street, to run
from Chamber*-**, !•» Reade-st This strf- 1 ! will
lie ,ii Hi.- block between Broaflway and Centre-st.
■sment on property deemed t<> i> >%
beneOteti, extends roughly, from Ann-st on tin
south, to Canal-st. on the north, and from West
Broadway on the west, nearly to William-st.
BIG DAY FOR CONEY ISLAND.
Coney Island iitvi sn exceptionally Naj day jres
eral hundred thousand rtsttors atohag
The Dreamland Company s;ii.i II had ;; t-^t -^
larg«sl crowd ol the season, both In Rt:;r:ui »t
tendance and visitors to the side shows. Luna p.i-ii
and th< Bteeplechase slao were crowded. The ex
clsi liv. w;;h violated openly !n a number of Surf
bvi resorts. At one place tlrlnks i-onKi be h»J
without ■.!"■ Ralnea law m< ;il at any time.
JUDGE REAGAN FINISHES MEMOIRS.
iv.i rsumaapa to rsn thibi-mj
Austin, Tex.. Aug. n- Judge John n. R«tp W
the last a.urvhrtni member of the Confederate
Cabinet, baa Bnlshed bis memotra, and the work
will ■ ion '"• publii bed,
ARRIVALS OF BUYERS.
S. A.h & CO., Cincinnati; L. K. Ach. millinery, Cum
William Barr Drygoods Company, St. bml.s; W. L.
Shaw. ilr«-»» good*; Miss M Kelly, coraeta; Mis, Me-
N'amnin, art novpltles, xephyra, wool, .etc.; Xll»i» l>iKgM.
inusltti underwear and Infants' wear. So. c^l Hroadwu>.
Albert; F. Klcheni'ttUtT. furnishing g,<>u«. No. «^i uroad
way, ITnion Bqesre.
Hcall-l-lvlitg»ton UryitoiKlii Company, < - olumbus. Ohio;
Mm. 1., B. Uvlngstori. ladlea' wear, No. «!0 l.lrpenitr.l-s>..
M. Hear, Uonaconln*. M.I . clntlilnc. Navarre
llcttman Bros. & Co., < •Im-ltniail; v. Uetttnan piece
goods; M. Nusbaum. r»preHentatlve. Savoy., a
A. A. Bragw, Baltimore; A. Rosenbaurn, millinery and
upholstery good*. Victoria.
i awn A Turner, Mlddlctown, X. T. ; V W. Turr.er
drvgooda a/id notion*. Albert.
T. A. Chapman Company, MtlWEukce; H. lle'.lor, J
SOW II a. ?vallll.t.
(ffS FLINTSpNEFURNITURE (ffj^
«TO^£ua4o ' FUKr auAljrr
WILLIAM WAINWRIQHT DEAD.
A NEW DOWNTOWN STREET.
City of Parts Drygoods Company, San Francisco; Ml!»
M. A a cy * millln*- r;. . No. 486 bn*lwKy St. t>enls
HeraldXare C °" tOrl Sm ' th ' A-;A ' - ; * Cohn ' d 'T« oo<j9
<'row ley brothers. Detroit; W. C Crowley. wash roods
iS^jTttJSSSS!' c J - Wrilfht> f "■■< « ooa » and
I>avl .,n & Lowe. Athens. Ga.; A. H. Davlson. drygoods.
notions and fßfl " — goods. No. «0 Usp nard-«t.. UeraM
,'!' nv ' r Dry Goods Company. Denver; Mrs. H. C. Wells,
millinery. .No. 1« Kaßt Ughteenth-st.. Navarre.
,„",,"• Elliott Company. l>etrolt; Miss K. Godfrey to
&&SSU&3 suaiV3n luld M '" v y -"-
England Kruthcrs. Plttafleld. Mas*.; S. England c'.oaSa
waists, woman's wear. etc.. Imperial
Meld. Schllck & <■-... S-. Paul; Ueorge F. WhltwMl. no
lx'nfs tr »mnilngs. .No. n Ueit i-nlin Square, bt.
Fowler. Dick & Walker. Blnghamton. *. V . (J. Fowler,
drygoods. etc.. No. 43« Uroadway Grand
.rAT 1 " 1 ,\, i,, . Hans, h.y. , i.. Frar.k. urygo<vl 9 . notions
an.l furnl»hln< goods; B. Frank. drygt»di. \\>»t minster
Kreeman. overall Company. Ulnunamtun • H. ? Car?
cotton piece k<kkls. Grana. -
Garbwle. Kiound & Co.. Galveston. Tex.; 11. A. Blband.
dryjfooda. notions and furnishing goods- Miss I Levy
women's wrar. No. MHS Broadway, H-raij S. 4 a«ire. "
•jlrnbel Brothers, Milwaukee; a. Dusty, dress goods and
*ilk.i. X... .57 7 Broadway, Cumberland; K. K. Jordan. car
p<-ts .in 1 rugs. No. 377 itroadway. ll' rfman.
Ullmore Hrothsrg. KaUmaioo. J. F. Uilrcore. linens,
white goods an 1 boys" clothing. York.
H. Goldberg. Los Angeles; Uryßoods. Ueraid Square.
<»oldt>err Itr^tners, Detroit; s. X. «Jomb«-r k -. mestlcs
and rtannely; J. K. Goldberg, fincy goods, et;;., Cumber
B & A. Haa-i. Cincinnati; A. Haas, drygoods. laces,
cloaks: etc.. Westminster.
A. Hamburger & Sons. Los Anreles. Cal.- C F B«~sel
man. CT VSV S loods silks, etc.; D. (Mfutt. notions, laces.
ribbons, fancy goods, ""' • No. ■ 4 ' ST Broadway. Normandte.
«ultL° ?u '■ 11.ai.-.. AI , », r :> : T. J. Huckley. cloak, and
lulls. Miss Qlllaayll, Imdimf wear. St. Denis.
.„,, ich r , d H*al.- y . «'orcrster; A. J. McGra'.l. cloaks and
aults; ills* Oonßtojr, ladles" wear. St Dent-
Heyn. Blnswangir &. < ■. Detroit; 11. iilnswanger. dry
goods. Spaldlng. •
John H. Ilibcien Drjgoods Company. Cincinnati: Charts
J. Oesslnic, domeitlcs and wash fabrics. No 377 Broad
Hill Brothers. Flint. Mich.; J. HIM. drygoods. notions,
Hlllman'a. Chlcaco; J. Johnson, flannels and blankets:
..„ Ueleord. clothing; J. F. Hrennar.. dress «-ood» and
■Ilks; h. • . Keifer. laces and neckwear. No. 46* Broad
way Belvedere; M. Welnberjt. cloaks, waists. etc.; V C.
I* Beau, furnishing gooda and ho»ier>- ; Mr» O. Dolman
musl'.n underwear and Infants' wear; Ml*. $hanahan fancy
Well'n tjii '" Jon " # " — l«. No. 4M Broadw.,.
gi^San^^S^k. 11 '^ K. noffman. drv #
fl H.fTrtmn. notiooa, York
Home .Stewart Company. Plttsburg; 1. J. Jenkins.' lin
ing., trimmings, etc.. No. 31 We»t rnlon Square. Navarre
*■,¥?£.* M , un! "-. ! " " : '- Ml!>s * Brown, millinery.
No. » While- at.
A. & T. Hunter. Vtioa. X. V.: C A. Vencll. cloaks.
* vl * - etc.. No. 16 Wttlta-at.. Herald Square.
>;c.-r » Innea & ... Wichita. Kan.; W. J. \V»i»er dry
goods, notions an.l fumlsnlnic gocos, No. 31 West fnl.'.r
H. Jorap * Co.. Cincinnati: Miss El Marcuson. Infants
wear. No. 4 Wa.«>ilnKt.jn Place, St. tVnts.
S. Kann. S«ns « Ct>.. Washinston- J. J. Dolan mU .
lln»rr and rlbb.a.«. No. 4«7 linuui»»y. [mortal.
Kaufman A Co.. CMoradQ Springs. Col ; it. 3. Ksuftran.
c!.>aks. waists, etc.. SpaMtng.
Keel#y Ci>m.|*ny. AlUnta. (!>. ; R. I O' Donnelly, dry
«•<..!•> an.l cl.iaJcs. No. 4.MS Kroa4wa> S'evlll*
Thomas Klloatrlck Comj*ny. Omaha. Robert Cowe!!.
Ur*ttns' """' " n " r * !I - • tc - Na rr ' S ireh-st. (\im
Oeorg# K. Kiln-, Johnstown. Perm. ; cloaks, waists etc.
D. B. Loreman Company. Chattanooga. Term.; I
S-hwarlx. drygi>ods; J. M. Marshall. No. 22 Washington
L#jM Brothera. <-hirag>j; H. Schrelber. domestics. No.
25* Church-«t.. Imperial.
Man.!' 1 . Brothers. Chlcaat>: \V T. Campbell. laces rib
bons and trimminKS. No. ♦.'■«> Uroom^-at.. Grand
Mannhelmer Brothers. Bt Paul: Mljs K. Kennedy, tacea.
liandkerchl-N and veiling* ; Miss \V. Miller, art embroi.l
ery. No. 4SU nn-aduay. Woodward.
1 Majer. >;t. Paul; millinery. 81 Dents.
MoKlnney ,v DIX PHrk-r»tiur«. W. Va. ; U. 11. Dlls. QT}
lt<>o.l» and notions, -■ Denis.
M'inhar.i. Bcbaul A Co.. Savannah. ' ;a. H S. Mein
har-1. clothing and furnishing goods. No. 640 Broadway.
£. Mendel. Hot Springs. Ark., drygoods. notions and
furnishing good* Grand
S. Mlttenthal. Trt.y. A!a.. dryroods. Marlborough.
.' Mul.ir-; ;.-.. I'lltsrleM. Mass.. millinery. Imperial.
It. Nugent .<; Uro. Drygooda Company. Ft. Looks; C. F.
Wright, ltn<ns and whit.- gooda; Mln R. A.la.n*. rep
resentative. No. li»» Grand rt.. Wellington: J. D. Fraser.
hoaiary and knit underwear. No. KM Gran>l-st.. Nether
land. K. 1). Itussell. rlovf*. No. 10« Grands?.. Navarre.
Forteooa * Mitchell. Norwich. Conn.- John Porteous.
drrgnoda, N. Vj Whitest. -• r.
J. 8 Bnuh. Cincinnati, cottcn piere «.v-xj». Imp»r!a:.
I* Recenateln. Atlanta. Ga rnil!lner>. Imperial.
8 M. Rtr« & Co.. Wheeling. W. Va.; S. M. Rice,
millinery. N\». (57 Itroadway. Cadillac.
Ktee, 8tl» Dmtooda I'onipany. Bt Ltuts: A. 8 Rauh.
bottarr. gloves and rar.oy knit gooils. No. 6t Franklin- »t.
Ri'.he«ler Dr>(si>>Hl» Company. iMBMr, N. V : J. F.
Ctaffer. <lr>«ti»x!.s. Victoria.
I. nbaum, okalnnn. Mlrs.. drygooda, notions and
fui s.SiniK kimhls, Wellington.
'i RothHchlld A i*o.. Rochester. N. V ; P. RothschlM.
woollen piece gooda. Spalilinir.
H. *i. :■.«. Troy. Ala . i I.. thing. Mar!!- rough.
Soutter. Buchanan & Young. I^ncaster; J. Buchanan.
Schlpper A Block, Peorla; P. L Aubertlr.e. carpet\
|tphot*tery if>v>d.-'. etc ., N\>. 4 Washington Place. Victoria.
11. «;. Selfridga A i.>.. Chicago; J. C. I'ptltke. china.
glmrtwixr^, etc.; William Bcbwartx, ptrturea; George
Weinrloh. laces, trimmings, etc W. C. Hee<l. ribbons.
neekwemr, eti-.. J. I' iiarrtgus. millinery. No. 377 Broad
- pard Company, Providence; M W. M -Knl«ht. up
holstery goods. No* 31 .-! . Dion Square. Grand.
Smith v Murray, Springfield; Alexander l.e'.th, cloaks.
N.i 55 Whlte-st.
Sunrise S:oß|SttßMt 7:01! Moon rises 0:02 Moon's age. ♦
A.M.— Sandy Hook *> <:.,■. Island 10:37! Hell Oate 12:W
P.M.— Sandy Hook IO:M < ;«•-. lslanl 11:14 H-II Gate l;>>7
Vessel From. Una.
City itt ("clumbta. . ..Sa\annah. \\\i 13 - Savannah
•Caracas r.rio Cabello. Auna) 5 . . lied D
St. Andrew Antwerp. August 1 i'hmnU
Ku-» Ismj Gibraltar. August 1
Koiiu ..... Naples, Augu>t - Fabra
Mutr!i..ain Rotterdam. \ugust « Hotl-Am
L:i sti I ... ■ ' eston, Au«ii.-t » Morgan
Proteus ' » Ortwiai Ausust 10 MaHory
Ti I.Sl>\ V. ACGCST 16.
•Kronprtm Wllheim.Brnnen. Aviuust :• N G Lloyd
Mt-Sului 1...1..!, n. Ali|u i. At Trans
Finland Antwerp. August •• Red Star
Armenian Liverpool Auitust «1 White Star
Uongollan Glaaguw Augui I \ Man-Mai e
BaxbartHiaa .Br«meu, August 0 N 0 Lloyd
si.! lt» n Prince Nai»lm. July 31 Prince
LangfurJ Gibraltar. .V.isu.n J. ....
v. ;:i'.\Ksiv\v. AUOVBT i:
Occ-aj.lc Liverpool. Auguat l> Wait* Star
Pretoria Hamburg, August il . tlamh-Ana
Lombard!* ■ Gibraltar, August 7 . Italian
Chtcaajo City . . Swmnae*. August 3 Bristol City
C'tioan *. .Colon. August if Panama i: r
Fit. Bordeaux, Aueusl 3 .
Kansas Ctty . Savannah. August l'> Clyde.
■a Cld Galv* Aucusl !" Morgan
VeascL For. LIB*. Mall to— sails.
Basil. Brazil. Booth.
Shlmiisa. Yokohama, Barber
Monroe. Norfolk. OM Dominion s:oopm
TUESDAY, AI T GUBT 16.
Kale?r Wm tl.>r Grosae, Bremen. NflL tt:3o a m 10:00 % m
Noordam. KottejOam. Holland I:.l0im WiUttsm
l*rlns Adalbert. Naples, Harobunj Ann «:;<!» am l):00am
FUndrta. Inagua. Atlns 9:30 a m 1S:00 m
Alllanca, Colon. Pan* »:30 a m 12:00 m
Prlnr Uill-.u 111. Hajrtt, DW I 1o ; a m l:*>p m
San Marco*, Ualveatou, Mallory S:nti |» m
Iroquola. Charleston. Clyde — — 3:o«>pra
Hamilton. Norfolk. Old Dominion 3:0o •■> m
City of M:icon. Savannah. Ocean Ss Co :•.: -»> p m
Port of New-Ycrk. Sunday, August 14, 1904.
Strainer Genr.anlc ißrt. llart!"tt. Southampton *n$
Chtrbourg Augu»t rt. ... Hi* lnt«rnatii'nal Uerrait le
Marine Company, with 77 cabin *"" 775 »te*ra«e pnj
»■ njter:<. mail* nn.l rndse. Arrhed at the far at » ; pi»;p i»;
steamer Ulsplnshaxu Uracst ißri. Angel. Cardiff July
L THE BEST MADE.
AERIAL GARDENS over the New Amsterdam.
S^VftKr-. Ilittliaf Etintllng%gy>
NEW TOnKTft UinUT Guerrero. Th« Great Bu^<n«r
ROOF lU-Whßlvaud.ville-l.oofl seat.; SOoi
NEW TORK THEATRE. Ev«s at I 30. Mat S«~
BSSg THE MAID ■- MUMMY
HERALD SQUARE THEATRE "V"
SAW OPKXS THURSDAY MGHT. V '
Bernard «■ THE CIRL FRO"*! KAY'S
With Original Co.. tacl. HATTTB WILXJAHa
P. HAMMERST«IN'B. 42d it . B-way aTuTaT
It Mi V»«d«,TiU e Arts and B»tr»Ta«. M «.
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN ROOF
To nl . h _ 415 p AR|S BY N | fiHTAto Z
OKA>P COXCEKT SUNDAY XIGsTT.
ACADemy OF MCSIC. t*th St. A 1,,^- pJ
UAST EIGHT TIMES. With
THE ETERNAL CITY »wi»
r«t»ss a-».J». $1.00. Mat.. Wed. * sat.. * RO 8 A r 5 -
Next V\w>k— new production of ■■'MacBUSRS "
3j^- d . y i THE SFANITIr:
DREAM A Cwleat vi mo «t attrsctl**
1 . A IVTI~X Permanent ezooaitlaa.
Free YaodcTiae. Admfaaloa 19*.
II II at DalD If ?** * I^»t
LUNA PflK Th * Great FIRE Show.
■■ W l"l I II It DURBAR or DELHI.
a R. T. EXPRESS FROM BRIDGS— Minutes.
ORIGINAL OF ALL GRKAT SUMMER 3HOW3.
OTuquallwl by th* world of Imitators— Ask tout neighbor
WO I wL/rV O ARENA I CONEY island.
MARVEIXOI* HIT: .
ROBERT McPHERBON and his aggregation «f
___■_ EDUCATED I.JONS
Si- Ma- Cheng,
above are bting men
tioned in the daily reports
of the movements of the Rus
sians and Japanese.
Do you know where they ire,
and do you desire to see how
General Kuroki is hemming in
General Kuropatkm ?
Send 5 Cents for The
Ne c u>- York
The best one yet published,
which sh&ws in detail ike field
27 and m Mich**:* Aujcunt 5. to Norton A Son. ia ballast-
Arrived at th* Bar at 2:43 p ny ,
S?ram«?r I'olumMa ißri. Easter. •;ia»sow and MoiMJ
August 6. to HfruJerson I<r,s with 402 cabin and •**
Meeraje (us^ncero and mrise. Arrived at the Bar **
|:M a m. ,
Bras m»t Uarnhure lOerV Burmelstsr. Hamburg Aug«"
4. Dover «nd lioulnanc 5. to the Hamburg American I*"**
with £37 cabin and •«« steerage passengers and asoi*.
Arrived at the Bar at 10:10 a m.
W*amer St Andrew »Ur». Fitzgerald. Antwerp AJ
irust 1. to Sanderson & Son. with 1- passengers a: '
miltf. Arrived at the Bar at 7:30 am. ,
St.-a-nrr Roma .Fr>. Verries* Marseilles July 3» BP< :
Naples August 2. to J W Elwell .fc Co. with 7 .-»*« *£.
542 iteerasa passengers and nnis.v Arrived at th» sa»
at 7 p m. • .-.
Steamer Bret* Rue! (Br\ Andraln. Calcutta J«*J -~
Aden July I, Port Said 13 an.l Boston Aura* V- L
Vincent Loeser. with indse. Arrived at the Bar *t a-*"
Steamer Maranher»» (Brt. Carey. Mana.s •' uly . ",'«
Para August 2 and Barbados 6. :■> Hooth * C*> *>' th !,
pa«s*na-xrs. malls and mdse. Arrived at IB*) Bar •*
p m. nth. -.- ' -«-— 4
Steararr Clifton ißr*. l>eny«-r. FroboMnco June * t -nS r JI
hon 1«. rutavla 13. Terim Jury 10. 3ue» 17 »nd Port -»«
IS. t« Funch. My* A To. with sugar, Arrtvfd at t-'
B»l at 10:30 am. ■•» '
Steamer Mannas l!rt. Klrkby. Trinidad »nd Qren*i*
August 7. to the Trlnlda.i Shipping and Tradivur ' "T.
panv. with 7 passengers and mdse. Arrived at "* t».
at 3:30 p m. » to
Steamer Arkadia. Harvey N-w Orleans An*ust •• «• ■
the New-York and Porto Rico Ss Co. In ballast. ,
St»i»m«r Irmjuol*. Chit-heater. Jacksonville August v
and Charleston 12. to William r Clyde » Co. with P«*
aengers and indue. I .eft Quarantine at 12:23 P m
Kt«a:-ier Jefferson. r>)!^. Newport N»w<» and Son
th» OM Dominion Ss C 6, with passengers aad m>ise. •<•«•
Quarantine at l«» p m. ,
Steamer Muncunta .Hr>. Pal! Newport News Wg
13. to 9 V Blackburn & Co, In ballast. The Mancun_»
was ashore at Tamplco (bofn;-.- reported). s*e came ■*"
f °Sa r lr Hook. N J.'.\u S 14. 0:30 p m-Wind west. _s
S«m!v Hi>o'^. N J. Aug M »:3U p n-Wi.iJ »
Steamers QsWtbem far Philadelphia: Manr*e N'o^*; 1
and Newport News Shimosa <Dr>. Sin**?*"'- Mant.a. "—
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
: y;"C; foreign- ports. ■
Liverpool. Auy 13 — Satled. steamer CioricU- «Br>. CUJ*.
Naa-Ycrk ,an.l |>as»ed Brow Head t-itM: '« tn r";'
M.-.l *tearc*r» Celtic i Hr>. LJndsay, New-Tor* V
Queenatown: Cmbria ißr). Stephens. New- Tor a
Queerstowo. ■ >' - ' *f*w-
Gla-jtaw. Aus 15— Sailed. »team'r iAureruian i .r . a-,
art. N«»>Tork wnd passed -Inl»trahti!l "'Ji: „ bit^.
Sc!!ly. -Au«r 14— Paw»*l. «'«ni*r< Mlnnehah* (Pr'. "5*
for Ujmlon; 1:40 p m. Kro.n*"i.
. .Doxru.l. New-York lor t>over end AnyVfT— rtro ,,*
Daver.-Auir 14—Pm«se«l. i-s:ni-v Kri«Jrto' '!«"!*,
(G»r>. Glchef. Bren:»> for flierNmrj-ind >•■•'.•,,;
2:.W p m. .ailed. »tenmer Graf ff*M«** <G* r • N -r
ifr.iT) llamburul. Kew-Yorfc via :lor»»- , ica ii4
<iuerr.fltowTi.AusH. 11:10 • m— SalKs-1. steamer Lues:"
iHr>. Walt (from Uwpncl>.. New York. (( >r'.
Rotterdam, Aus «— ArrUed. st«ur*r Mannheim «"
n;>«!p«:r.». ,A.i.K r=--Arrr-.ed. «'««V Hr -^s^sJJs^i/™
Najl»». Aut ,tivisai'ed. n-wwv • hf* di Nap»'» .«'"
'. LAvareito A*rou» Gencaj. New- York.- ._ .. ■