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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1806. - 9
ENGLAND AND VENEZUELA.
xmrxcT of iiAitntsns's a nit est o.v
Aatrad ThUH the laeldrnt Doim't
Amount to Mneht but Henernl Opinion In
IVaahtaajton In 1'hnt It Dorn-Mnntha
Itefore the Conmlnloi lll Ileport.
Washihqto, Juno 2:i.-gortor Aiulrmle. tho
Vnezuelan Minister. Mliiouuli still without
official advices conccrnlntc tlie rcjiortcU arrest
of the Ilrltlsh suncvor, Harrison, In tho ills
tinted territory nlting tho Ctiyunl Illver, ox
presses conndonco that tho Importance of tho
affair will bo found to hiio been mititul
fled considerably. Ho directs attontlon to
tlie fact thnt the Venezuelan imst on tho
Cuyunt Is connected with Cnrncns ley; tele
crnph, tho timer nment Unci extending
UirouRhout nil that portion of the country
which, up to last jear had not Lccn occupied
by the British colonial police. In Pefior An
tirade's opinion It would bo by thee means
alone that the allcscd occurrence of June IS
could hate reached tho ontslde world so soon,
and as all the publications emanate from
Georgetown via London, he Is sure that tho ar
rest must have token place crj- early this
month, as over a week would he consumed In
setting the news by rtver toGeorsefown.
Moreover, declares Sefior Andradc, tho report
ed arrest is whiilly unlike tho affair known as
the Uruan incident, for which Venezuela wos
wllllnu to make reparation without apology.
On tho Uruan, year before last, Venezuelan
, soldiers crossed tho rier whero tho Brithh
wore cutting wood, and dragged off colonial
' policeman into Venezuelan territory, while in
the latest case the arrested man was not an ofll
cer, and was on laud conceded to bo under
Venezuelan authority pending the boundary
settlement. The MlnUter thought he would
hear if any representatlonr regarding tho af
fair had been niado by Great Britain, but ho
had not heard of any. Xor did ho believe, any
complaint could stand when all tho reports
agreed that tho affair occurred in territory
which never had been occupied by tho English,
but had been in tho peaceful possession of his
Despite Sefior Andrado's vlows, general
opinion here U that this latest incident may
complicate the final settlement of the Uruan
affair. The settlement of this affair was left
I with Sir Julian Pauncefote aud SeHor An-
drade. The delay In reaching a satisfactory
adjustment of tho case has been caued by the
great length of time necessary for the exchange
of correspondence. Communications, for ex
amplo, addressed by Sir Julian to Seilor An.
drade, were sent through tho slow medium of
the moils to Caracas. As the Latin-Americans
are never disposed to act hastily in matters
even of the greatest importance, several weeks
would elapse ordinarily before Sefior Anrlrado
received a reply from his Government. When
this was communicated to Sir Julian a fur
ther delay of a fortnight or more 'Mould occur
before he could be made acquainted with the
wishes of the London Foreign Office. Some
months ago Venezuela expressed a willing
ness to pay the Indemnity, she also has trans
ferred the military commander In whose de
partment the Incident cc urred to another post.
The Venezuelans object to any further conces
sion believing that thee should satisfy Great
Britain of their Intention to act fairly. Urc.it
Britain, as has been stated in these despatches,
demands an apology, and there the negotia
tions are at a deadlock. What effect the mora
recent Incident will have upon the final settle
ment can only be conjectured, but It Is obvious,
from the utterances of the British press, that
England Is likely to Insist more strenuously
upon an apology.
The British Ambassador, on account of this
and other pending mt.ers of Importance, has
not been able to start for Newport. It U
deemed probable that some important arbitra
tion developments in the line of the recent
statement of Mr. Curzon to the British Parlia
ment may be made soon, but on this subject
no information can be obtained, either from
the British embassy or Secretary Olney, and
the Venezuelan Minister asserts that he Is
without Information on the subject.
Tho Venezuelan Government has presented
to the Venezuela Commission the second
volume of its certified cupie of Sranlsh ar
chives bearing upon the boundary dispute and
has promised the third and concluding volume
In a few days. These books consist of about
300 printed pages each and are so exhausiiv e
of the material believed to exist among Span
ish historical records that the Commission
has concluded, from Its examination, that it
will be superfluous to send agen to Madrid
for original research as was thought at first to
be necessary. It will trust entirely to the
British Blue Books and the enertielan docu
ments, and it is believed that nclthci Govern
ment has overlooked any evidence at Seville
The Commission exnects further important
results from the investigation of its representa
tives in the Netherlands and Rome, and has
decided, in view of the character of eviderco
now being developed, not to attempt to reach
definite conclusions on the many pclnta at Is
bue with unnecessary haste, but to wait a few
month longer before arriving at adcciiloti on
l the dispute. All the members will continue
I their stud.es of the evidence and the reports
which have been presented by the Commission
experts, and although separated much of the
time from his collesgues. each will be In close
touch with the office at Washington during
July and August.
Justice Brewer has cone to Lake Chamnlaln,
and Prof. Gilm.in to North East IJ.irbor. Both
have their secretaries with them, and expect to
accomplish more worx in the next month than
could be done In Washington during tho
. heated term. Andrew I), White Is now at
M Ithaca, and Judge Alvey is at Hagcrstown.
I Md. They have agreed to meet the other mem-
m hr at any time during the summer when a
consultation may bo thought desirable, and it
laZprobable that au;h a meeting win be had
next month at Ilotrn, Secretary Mallett
Provost having taken a cottaee near thero at
IBeorh Bluff. Mr. Provost will be In Wash
ington uUlcau twice a month during the sum
mer, and fill he in constant rommunicatlon
with th Commissioner". The clerical force
will be kept at the headquarters in Wa-hing-ton.
Commissioner Coudert is the onlv mem
ber who will go Lbroad, and he will visit Homo
to examine and repor' upon the Vatican's In
teresting collection of materials affecting the
I , UUSBAXB BLAMES 1'AttSOir.
Sued for Separation Altered to Grow Out
of Religions Illffsreaees.
It developed In the hearing on a motion for
alimony made yesterday by Arabella Marlon In
the Supreme Court, before Justice Ilussell, that
Eugene Marlon, the husband, lays his domestlo
woes nt the door of the Itev. Mr. Dennlson, pas
tor of the Preiib) terian Church of the Sea and
I Land. Mr. Marlon brings suit for separation.
She states that she is still living with her hus
band at 316 Rlvlngton street, but that for a
considerable time he has refused to contribute
to her supporter that of her children.
Marion says that bo Is a Catholic and his wife
Is a Presbyterian. Their children, be says,
were baptized In the Catholic faith, hut his wife
became a member of the Church of Sea and
Land, and he alleges that Mr. Dennl-on has
brought such Influence to bear upon her that
the children were sent to the church Sun
day sobool ag&lnat his opposition and objection.
Because of this objection, he says, his wife has
made his life miserable. She lias so far neg.
1 lected him that he had to gel up In the morning
I and cook his own breakfast before going to
work. lie says he went to the minister and
asked what part he was going to take In the ills,
pute, whereupon Mr. Deunlion said ho had em
ployed the best lawver In New York for Mrs.
Marlon, and was going to push the matter for
Mrs. Marion says that she and her children
are nearly starving. Justice Kukirll allowed
her (.1 a week and couusel fee of t-5 pending
the trial ot the action.
a $ooo boo hilleb.
lis Dialer, Drucxlet IJItmars'a Ht. Ber
nard, Baa Over by a Car.
"Jim Blaine," a J000 St. Bernard dog belong
ing to Druggist F. C. DItmanj of Klathush, a as
run over and killed by a Flatbush uvenue
trolley car in Flatbush, near Lenox road, in
Brooklyn on Monday night. Tne accident
occurred a short distance from Mr. Dlt.tiars's
itoro. People wjo witnessed the klllinir said
that the car must have been going at a twenty,
flve-mlle gait at tho time. Mr. I)ltmrs In.
tends to sue tho companv fur the loss of the
Oae Mora Police Indlctmcat Dismissed.
Justloe Fursman in the criminal part of the
1 Supreme Court dismissed vesterday an indict
ment for bribery against Samuel Campbell,
formerly ward man for Police Captain Gunner
1 of the East Sixty-seventh street station. Camp
bell has retired from the police force, and the
1 District Attorney did not oppoie Lawyer Houso's
motion for a dismissal of the Indictment. 'Iho
complaint against Campbell was made by
Joseph Posplstl. the Jlohemtau saloon keeper
of AvenueA. who contributed the word "Pan
tata" to the American vocabulary. Posplsll
aid be bribed Campbell to allow him to sell
U4,not la prohibited hours.
WAS lit! A VAItTflKtt IS TUOBLET'ST
llrldgemnn Hnes for aa Accounting- Odd
Teutlmoar by at Wsnss,
Wenzel A. Ilrldgemnn had a suit on trial
beforo Jusllco Prynr yesterday In which ho
reeks to establish that ho Is n partner of Mrs.
Jennlo E. Thorlty. and to recover a share of
tho profits of tlm Thorley florist business since
March, 1H8II. Ilrldgemnn alleges that ho was
In partnership irlth Mrs. ihorlcy, whoso hus
band, Charles, acted as nlto-noy for his w Ifo.
On Feb. 1 last Drldgeman, as he sas s, withdrew
from tho concern, nnd tho Thorleys denied
that thero bad lwen any partnership. It was
assorted by Brldgcman that Mrs. Thorley rati
fied tho partnership agreement made with him
as her agent by hor husband, but thero was no
partnership between tho Thorloys based on
any document. Tho answer made by Mr. and
Mrs. Thorley is an absolute denial of any part
nership arrangement whatever.
Ilrldgeman testified that ho had drawn from
tho Arm aa n partner since lHHU about $18,000.
The business, ho said, was carried on In the
nn.no of Thorley. and tho prolltx wcro In
vested In real estate In the name of Jennie 1.
Thorley. . .
Mrs. F.llrabeth Emery of Dayton. N. J., was
cnlled on to give testimony for Ilrldgeman ns
against her sister. Mrs. Thorley. and her brother-in-law.
Her evidence was In many wnvs
remarkable. She said that so-iie stars ago
Mrs. Thorley told her that ltrlilgeinnn wos n
partner, nnd Hint the business could not get
along without htm. ...
"I am 30 i ears of age," said tho witness un
"When were vnu born!" ... ,
Mrs. Emery mad- a mental calculation, and
said that tho event occurred In 1H07. My
husband died five jears ago." eho wild In an
swer to n question.
Q.-Suro alxmt that? A. es.
J.- Then he Is dead? A. I didn't say so.
I said ho war dond to me.
Q. You mean you are divorced? A. i es, I
salil that Ix'fore.
Justice Pryor Tills is the flrt tlmo the wit
ness has said anything about that. ,
t!. You have a suit against Mr. Thorley,
have you not? A. Yes, tor S30.000.
6.- What Is It baed on? A. For kidnapping
t. Whom? A. Me.
Mrs. Emery ald that sho was In Bloomlng
dalo several weeks. She declared that she
was drugged and taken there by Thorlej when
she wanted on accounting of her mother's
estate. Sho said that she had brought n gen
tlemnn with her to court to protect her In coo
of need, bho had como without a subpicna to
U. Are you glad of tho chance? A. o,
but sre Jcrey peo.de like to see Justice done.
J. Howard Boget. a former bookkeeper for
tho firm, testified that Thorley had told him
that Brldgemsn was a partner, a-id that his
interest amounted to $13,000 a your. The case
was not conoludcd.
APPEAltS ro 7IB . BAB OSB.
Jostle Steera Thlaka lt.year.otd Coraellna
noraa Ought to He Hhot.
Eleven-year-old Cornelius Burns began his
criminal career three years ago, when his par
ents were living in Vanderbllt avenue. Brook
Ivn. They now ltve In the Wlnd-or Terrace
district. Ho became the leader last winter of
a gang of young robbers, who stole right and
left. He has been arrested a dorcn times, but
the Police Magistrates generally sent him home
to his parents with the hope that they might be
ablo to reform him. His father, however, finally
gave him up as incorrigible, and last week he was
sent to the Honse of Refuge by Justice Steers
of the Grnt Street Court.
It was found that he could not legally bo
held at that Instlfition and ho was returned to
tnc Sheriff. Yesterdav morning the Sheriff,
who bad no right to keep him In tho Jail, sent
him back to Justice Steers's court.
"You ought to be shot." Justice Steers said
to the voung culprit. "They won't have you
at the House of Refuge because jou are below
the required age, and vet you are older in criino
and criminal Instincts than any culprit twice
your ate ever brought before me. If I had tre
power I would sentence you to lie put to death
ot teed you to the penitentiary for life, for jou
are a menace to society. The ee-nl of erlaie Is
in vour blood, and to my mlrd no po"er on
earth can ever turn ou Into the path of rsoti
tude. Yet I am powerless to protect society
from you because the State does r ot prov ido a
place of confinement for criminals of your
The boy was then dlcharged. He anparent
ly was not much Impressed by the Court's lecture.
THE nAMtlSOSS J.V BAXOEll.
Their Carriage Has a Cloas Call from a
Trolley Car Colli. lo..
ISDiASAPOLis. June U3. Ei-Pres'.dent and
Mrs. Harrlon were driving yesterday afternoon
on East Washington street. Their carriage w as
drawn by two spirited hor"es and driven ty the
colored coachman. When the driver started to
cross the street be did not observe an electrlo
car that stood on tho north track a few feet
from an electric pole. As the driver turned upon
the track the horses became excited, and at the
lane moment the gong of another car sounded
a few yards distant, going east on the opposite
The driver suddenly turned the horses so that
they would paa between the pole and the car.
The spsre was so narrow that It seemed lrapos.
stble to make the possaKC. The horses plunged
forward, and by a lucky chance ran the narrow
gauntlet without striking either the pole or the
Gen. Harrison evidently recognlied the dan
ger. He grasped the baik of the scat In front
of him and rose partly. H was apparently pre
pared to take the reins If the ernerrencr r
nnlred. and while tho horses were making the
run of t&e gauntlet be leaned forward as tf
ready at anv moment to render assistance In
their management. As far as could be seen,
Mr. Harrison either did not recognize the
danger she was In or was nottheleastdlsturbed
BAlr)AOr.3IAS KILLED BT A TIlAiy.
He Ili-bounded and Fell Under the Cars
Alter IlelnC Nlrnck by the Knulne.
Edward Quick of Golden Bridge, a baggage
man at the Fordham statl"n of tho Harlem
Itallroad. was struck by an express train near
the station at ll:C0 o'clock vesterday morning
nnd bo badly Injured that he died In Fordham
Hospital one hour afterward. Quick, while
moving a trunk from the south end of the
platform to tho baggage room, stepped upon
the edge of tho platform, preparatory to lift
ing it upon a truck, ns tho Boston express of
the New York, New Haven and Hartford
llallroad, north hound, nasi-ed at full speed.
Tl.e steam chest head of the locomotive strut.
Quick on the left hip aud hurled him against
a plloof bozfs with a force thai cauted him to
rebound and fall to the edge of tho platform
with his right leg on tho roll.
Three cars passed over Quick's leg. cutting
It off at the knee and crushing his thigh. .1.
(i. Stevens, the station agent, and two express,
mm who witnessed the wcldent el7d Qul k
by the arm and dragged him from U ntutli
tho remaining ars too lato to save ids life.
joii.v m.v.vm.v rn.T, ci.ab,
X Glaat Who tleara rieven Palra of
Trotiarre and Nine Hhlrtn.
John Bannon, who Is under strong suspicion
of being a tramp, although he sajs ho works for
his living, was committed yesterday to tho
county Jail In Jersey City for fifteen days. Ho
is (I feet 3 Inches tall, and when be was arrested
he seemed to bo built In proportion, his appear
ance Indicating that ho weighed from .'100 to
1IS0 pound. In the Jail an attendant took him
to the bathroom, and when ho emergen from
there he looked like a bean pole. The attendant
was flllod with amazement before llannon had
flnlhd disrobing himself for the hath.
Bannon flrt took off two ooats. then threo
waistcoats, and ofier that nine phlrts. Then he
flied oven pairs of trousers. Each palr!was sup
ported by a belt, the belts being located to suit
the differing lengths of tlm troupers. He asked
that nls warrtrnbo be carefully preserved, us he
meant to don allot It again when he leaves tho
jail. He says he lives at 18 Oliver street, this
Publisher Herlbner'a Rlstinaeat Coaebmaa.
Mohiiihiowk. N. J., Juno SI. The stables of
Churles Scribner at The Gabtes, his country
eat on Loantaka terrace, Just outside of Mor
.rlstown, have been robbed, and the coachman.
Christian Weinberg, is under suspicion. Weln.
berg Is a Norwegian. For the past four rears
he has been In Mr. Pcrlbncr's service. So Im
plicitly was he trusted that when Mr. and Mrs.
Scribner suited for Europe to spend last w Inter
they left Tho Gables in chargeof the coachman.
Upon his return a short time ago Mr. Scribner
was surnrlsid to recilvu Utters from local liar,
in o makers threatening suit unless their bills
werepald. He questioned the coachman, vi bo
acknowledged having bought the goods. Mr.
Scribner promptly ilisrlmrgtd the man, This
incurred on Saturday, Juno 13. Weinberg left
the next day and has nntslnre been heard from.
After his departure Mr. Scribner missed a costly
driving coat, several lots of harnes, one of
which, gold plated, was valued at il.onn, whips,
robe', blankets, bridles, and other stable fur
nishings. Weinberg's livery was found in a
M H FITCH WILL NOT SERVE.
IM. GXI.BOT MAX C A nnF.ATEtt
A;ir Tumt coMxtissioxr.it,
It's the Comptroller's Duty. Mr. Fitch
Thinks, In Act for .New YorLltuther than
lor the Ureater New York, ta Mutters or
Finance Which Mny Ho In Dispute.
Gov. Morton nns notified on Monday that
Comptroller Fitch had Dually determined not
to accept appointment as a member of tho
Greater New York Commission, and tho Comp
troller sent to him vesterday a letter telling
why. Mr. Fitch say:
"There aro two considerations which lead
mo lo declino this most Interesting and hnnor
ahlo (service. Ono of lhoo arises from tho
question whether by the acceptance of this ap
pointment I may not forfeit my right to act as
tho Comptroller of tho city of Now York.
"Tho second consideration Is equally im
portant. It will be most difficult. If It bo
posslblo at nil, to arrange tho questions of as
sessment ot taxable values and of taxation
nnd tho cost of publlo Improvements fairly
nnd satisfactorily between our city ns It now
exists, and the different communtuos with
which It Is intended to combine us.
"Tho financial officer of this city ought not.
It seems to me, to sit us a member of tho court
which Is to ttccldo our rights. Ho ought to bo
freo to net only ni tho ndvocato of New York's
great Interests. Ho ought to present tip case
of tho cttj to tho Commission Instead of sit
ting lu Ju.lginent upon It, and to make ns well
os he can. and frvo from duty to any other
(ommuuitv, her light tor fair treatment.
Whoever ho n.ny bo, he will have his hands
and mind well occupied If ho tries only to look
after tho Interests of the Present city, so well
worth guarding mid so much lu need of protec
tion In this matter."
"I hnvo been furnished with opinions ny
thoso in ili om I hnvo tho bluest conlldemo
that the acceptauie of mcmliershlp on this
Commission, appointed to prepare n i barter to
le accepte.1 or rejected by the Legislature of
the State, Is not the acceptance of an 'ofllco'
under section C3 of the Consolidation act, aud
would therefore not Interfcro with my per
formance of tho duties of the office to which I
was elected by the cltlensof this city In 18113,
and which I feel bound to fulfil until the end
of my term. These opinions clto a number of
cases devilled by our State courts, the reason
lng of which would Indicate that both tho
Comptrollershlp anil tho Commsloiicrshlp
might legMlv bo held by the same per-on.
"I am not, howev er, willing to take any place,
however high, on any legal speculation or In
ference. If the question should lu ralsi d, and
perhaps, after a vear or two of litigation, de
cided differently from tho conclusions which
my idvlsers have leached, I might not niffer
personally. The Comptroller, huwercr. signs tho
oondsof tho city for msny millions of dollars.
He acts as a member of the Sinking Fund Com
mission and the Board of Edtimnt- and Ap
portionment. He Is Chnlrman of the llo.ird of
Revision and Asements. anil a mem Ik r of
other city Boards. Ho blgns the ierry and
market leases, and Is the direct custodian of
the city's securities and real estate. An ad
verse dealslon as to his right to act during 1M'I
and 1H87 would throw doubt and discredit on
.he city's obligations issued during thoo years,
and would confuso and upset tho city's busi
ness for years to come.
"It would be a poor return for the ennflden-e
of the voters of this city, who have kept me in
their service in ono cataclty or the other for
ten years. If I were w IMlng. in order to hold an
office which 1 would like to have, to take any
chances, however remote, of bringing upon
them such a state of affairs as might possibly
follow from my acceptance of this plate."
It Is said that Gov. Morton has diclded to
namo ex-Mnvor Thomas F. Gilroy for tho vn
caney. Tho Greater New York Commission
may meet In the Aldermanlc C'hamls-r in this
city to-morrow If Andrew II. Green Is well
enough to attend. 1 he room has been put at
tho disposal of ihe Commission.
A VOSlAy ASSAULTS CAPT. JTCROIT.Y.
macks Ills Eje wlllt H-e Slipper When He
llnkts an Oniclitt Call on Her.
Acting Caotain Hrown of tl e West Thirty
seventh street stallun received an anonymous
letter on Monday In which the writer com
plained that tuo French women wcro running
u dUordtrly placo on the ground tloor of
the fiat house at 340 West Thlrt) -sixth
street. Cnpt. Brown called at the address given
in the letter at 10 o'clock on Monday night, and
raw Mrs. Eva Schwclmuller, who lives on the
gruund Moor of the house. She received him
volitely until he showed his shield and told her
Mrs. Schwelmuller became furious when sho
learned who her visitor was, aud she ordered
him from her premi-es. She followed him
when ho waited into the ball, and, while his
back was turned, she took off her slipper and '
brought It down on Capt. Brown's head. As he I
faced hor -he (.truck him over the right e)e
with the slipier
The Poll' e Captain hastened to the street, fol
lowed by .Mrs. Schwelmuller. who talked so
loudly that sh soon had a big crowd In front of
the house. N hen she refused to stop creating a
disturtanie, (apt. lironn nrre-ti d her and
locked tier upon achargeof as-ault. Yesterday
morning he arraicned her In Jeflcrson Market
Court, and showed a natit red dtrhy aud a black
eye to support his cnnipla nt.
Mrs. "eh" elmuiler w as represented by rounsel,
who told Masl-lrate Kudllch that a grave mis
take had been made In accusing her of being
tho keeper of a disorderly house, fhe admitted
the aisuiilt on ( apt. Ilronn, but said she was so
incensed by his false charges that she lost her
temper. A retpectuble-looking man camn for
ward at this point and i-alil he was tho w Oman's
husband. iVIrs. -rhni.imuller's lawyer pro
duced K picture of his f Iteut in whtuh tho 1
kneeling beslue a coffin co-itainl'ig ai infant,
ilo raid It was her child, aud that it was dead
five mouths vesterday.
Mrs. --chweliniiller said she was a Pole, and. In
accordance with the monthly customs of her
people, t-he asked to be released nothatnhecoutd
spend the day In prayer for her dead child. il r
examination was postponul until to-day to glvo
her a chance to get witnesses in court to prove
her good chiratter. She was paroled In tho
custody ot her counsel.
Capt. Brown fajs that he Is sure ho madn no
mistake when he accused Mrs -ch elmuiler of
keeping a dlsorderlj place, nd he baj-s ho will
have witnesses in court to-day to prove It.
pxxnxxTiAiir ion apvlkiox.
Hentcaced Yesterday nnd Hasn't Escaped
Y'et rtn f-'nr as la Knoisn.
William It. Appleton, HH vcars old, of P'J'I
Bedford avenue, Brooklyn, pleaded guilty jes
tcrday beforo Judge Cowing In the General us.
slons of petty larceny and was sentenced to tho
lenltenllary for six months. He waa accused
of steal lig un overcoat, two palrsof gloros, and
a box of cigars from Lawvor Francis S. Turner
of 4i Broadway. A'ler being sentenced Apple
ton said the charge against him nas
a conspiracy to got him out of tho
way. Ilo was declared In'. mo on May
'-", lhli.'i. by llrs. Micrman (.wiper and
Fredern k A. Ivlntli or Weitfleld slid
was toiillned in the Morris Plains luaunA
lum. He ramped from there and went lo K.u
rope. and hud bien b ick hi ro only a little while
whin ho wasarrosUd by Policeman hlgan. He
esrayed from the Tombs Police l ourt also, and
two weeks Inter a body found at ( nlleto Point
was Identllled by friends as Appleton's, Ho
surrendered himself, hoever. a short lime af
terward. Al'Plelon alligis that his heparatlou
from his wife. Mr, Viola At pli ton uf l.O.ni
Bedford avium-, Is the cause nt his trouble. He
said he decided to plead guilty and go to Jail
rather than be sent to an Insane asylum.
vxDhie a m.AZisu cm.vot.
Four-year-old Isnliclln t'orlita of Ilrooklyn
Huutcheil from Peril,
Beforo retiring on Monday night Mrn. Cor
bin of (JO Third ntrent, llrool.lyn, set out to nr
rnngu tho movjulto netting ovoraootiu which
hor fimi-) ear-old daughter Isabella was bli Pil
ing. Sin) had n I mm In her hand and tho
breerc from tho opi n window nwent tlm Hamo
against the lliujnulto tutting and Install. 1 It
was in a Mu?e. llu) m ther grabbi d the child
md rescued her, but loth wcio wiverely burned,
Mr. Corbln ulho had liU hands burned while
he was. smothering tho flames with a bluukut.
Importer .1. I. tioldcnberK Huld to ISa Insnns
Justice Ku.bell of tho Supremo Court has
appointed Charles Huzeii Hum-ell, Dr. Bevorly
ltoblnson, and David M. Morrlton a committee
to lnuulre Into the sanity uf Julius L. Golden,
berg of the firm of Guldmberg Uroi. it Co., im
porters uf laces and embroideries In this city.
Sarah (jnldtnberg. tho mother of tho alleged
incompi lent. n. tho petitioner. In August. 1MI4.
she heard Hint her non w ua In ail Insane a) lum
in Paris. he went there und reuiiilnul ultu
him until several months aio. when she brought
him lo this rouutrv aud hud hlra taken to an
nj lum lu Flushing, ills shown that luildeii
bergV Interest in the firm Is flTA.ouil, that he
owns seiurllics to tho valuu of $50,0on, and
(but Ids estimated Income from rout estate is
Oriiduutluic Ekerclss at tiraminur Hchuol C,
The graduating exercises uf Grummnr School
6, West Forty-fourth street, were held vester
day morning, 'twenty-live pupils received di
plomas from Principal Martin 11. Bay, Seven
will be admitted to tho City Colkga. ,,
CLASS BAT At WILLIAM
X,nrge Attendance nt the Alumni Heetlna-
Healer fines rilatlstlee.
Wit.MAMSTOwN, Mass.. Jnno as. There was
the largest attendance to-dav at the Williams
Collcgo alumni meeting In the college chapel In
many soars. The Hon. Jacob F. Miller, '50. of
New York, presided. Wllllnm P, Putney, '03, of
Now York, called uttolitloii to tho growth of
living expensis, nnd to tho meagrenoss of the
professors' salarlts. The following resolution
was unanimously adovlett:
"lltnillttt. That It Is the tense of the alumni
thnt further material linpruvcmcnt, not abso
lutely necessary, bo deferred until professors
aro paid a lair compensation,"
Tho following officers were elected for the en
suing J ear: President, tho Itev, Dr. Stephen W.
Dana. '01, Philadelphia: Vice-President, Wil
liam II. Hurnoy, '03, Now York; Sicretary nnd
Aretuuologlst, Dr. E. II. Parsons. 'CO, Williams
town: Executive Committee. J ml go James M,
Barker. '00, Plttsfleld; Oliver G. Barton, '00,
New Ynrki Wllhelmus Minders, '71, New
York! Prof, llonry Lefavour, '83, U'llllsms
town. Class day exercises wore hold this afternoon
at the Congregational Church. The President'!
address was delivered by Edward Morgan
Lewis, tho oration by Jnmes Wells lleod, and
the poem was rend by Theodore Herman Sim
mons. Adjournment was then made to Hop
kins Hall, where tho Ivy oration waa spoken by
1 bus. Corwln McDowell, and tho class ivy
planted. After singing tho Ivy song tho class
marched to tho library campus, where the
library oration was spoken by Clarence Wells
'1 lie graduating class numbers sixty-two men.
(If this number soventeeu will study taw, ten
will teach, nine will niiilte medicine their pro
fession, eight will enter thoimlnlstry, six will
go into business, and twelve are undecided as to
their future occupation. Thirty-three men be
liuvo In no buffrago for women. 'Ihlrty-two
smoke moderately or regularly. Eleven men aro
sons of college graduates. Forty men are ardent
Bepubllcans: only nine are Democrats, while
three are Piohlbltlunlsls. The remainder are
still open to conviction. Nearly etery man In
the class professes religious faith. Denomina
tionally the class Isdivlded: CongrecatlonallstH,
IT: F.plscopallans, IS: Presbjterlans. 11: Uni
tarians, 'J: Haptlkt. Dutch lleformid. Christian,
Thelsu Catholic. Methodist, and Deist. 1 tach.
'Ihe oldest man In the class Is "7 tears of age:
the Joungi'st Is ID. '1 he average age Is about
2.1 Jears. The average expenditure for four
j ears for each man was ,34.:f.o'-'. The small
em expenditure for one vear waa $100: tho
largest S.'.OOO. The class nprms that the ureat
et need of tho college is extended Improve
ments to and a new grand stand on tho alhletlo
field. One man. however, thinks that the col
lege ran wait for this, but that "a femalo sem
inary In connection with tho college la Indispensable."
A LUM XI BAY AT TALK.
JCeunlona or Mnny Classes and an Address
by Col. tVarlnc.
Jfrw Haven, June S3. This was Alumni Day
at Yale. At 0.30 o'clock they met In Alumni
Hall for their annual business meeting. Tho
hall was crowded, and the necrology for tho
year and statement from each class back for
lt reunion was rend.
Tho meeting was called to order by Thomaa
Hooker of tho Executive Committee of the
alumni. Ho announced the choice of Charles
Hopkins Clark. '71, of Hartford, as permanent
President of the mcotlng. Prajir was offered
br tlie Itev. Charles W. Wilson of Lawrence,
Pa and the recrology of the ) ear was submit
ted. The number of deaths the past vear of
Yale graduates is given as ISO. Tho old
est living graduate of the ocademlo do
tmrtment Is the Hon. Benjamin D. Sllllman,
Brooklyn. N.Y.. of the class of 1824. He was
born s-cpt. 14. 1803, The oldest graduate of the
medical department Is Chaunccy Ayres, Stam
ford, of the class of 1S31. He was born Aug.
Tho sltth annual report of the Yale alumt
nnlversltv fund was submitted hi the directors,
W. W. Fnni'iui. New Haven, and L. S Haskin,
New York elt) The Income the past year has
been $9,013, and the total receipts np to date
ureS.iil.71il. About $51,000 hus not yet been
npol eil to any purpose.
At It o'clock the business meetings of the
various classes bei-an. The folluwlng classes
uero present and held their reunion sessions:
1SU3, 1VI0, 18SH, 18S1, 1ST), 1K71. IHIlO. INrtl.
linn. lt,Sl lh4U. 1841. lid. The lnrcest class
represented was the acadomic clas of 1803.
tlfthess 100 were present. Ihe class of '3il hail
a representation of fifteen, and met at the house
of Ilrrace Day
t 10 o'clock the library was opened for bal
loting for a m-mber of the Yale Corporation to
Mioeeed I'll- mas G. Bennett of this cltj whose
term expires this year Mr. Bennett is the only
candidate In the field, and at to-mo-n w ' grad
uation It will 1 e annoum ed that he Is re. lected.
i.en.W W r-kldd of Stanford. and (' T Hlnoof
New Britain were In the field, hut withdrew.
At noon tho annual address to tho senior class
of tho Medical Si hool was given by Col. George
E Waring of New ork
Ills subject was "Ihe Proper Disposal of
Sowage." Col. Waring' address was delivered
in Baltell Chapel.
roi.irtiMA.y mti.r.B urn una.
It Wn Worth K1!M, Ho Miss Mellon ll
llnd lllni Hummnned.
Policeman John II. Dwyer of the East Fifty
first street station killed a dogon Stindav. In
his estimation It wni a cheap and vicious dog.
In the estimation ot Miss Mar) McDowell,
laughter of one of the Fifth Avenue Hotel
bookkeepers, thedog was very valuable. It was
shortly beforu ! o'clock Sunday morning Po
liceman llsjer saw the voting woman slttlngon
the wall In front of tho cathedral at Fiftieth
street with her two dogs. (,p, ngnl - viars,
and Major, ngtd 1, gambolling on the lawn,
Dw jer iiskcd Mis-McDowell to call them off tho
grass. When she did so, both dogs Jumpidnff
tho wall and. according to the policeman, at
tacked him. dip was particularly vindictive.
She nipped the policeman's ankles and snapped
at his shins.
Dwyer backed away and kicked at her. This
made the dog doubly furious, and she flew at
the bluccoat again. On seeing thnt he could not
escnpe the onslaughts of the animal, Uvvver
drew his cluli. and, with ono quick stioke, laid
hi r dead on the pavement.
1 hen Mi-s McDowell callid off the drg Major,
ptekwl up the I'orp-enf (lip nnd hurried awn),
.-non afterward she went to (ho station i h
dip's b'Hty In n box wrapped In a white silk
Have win ant children?" sho asked Dwjer
" es," he replied.
"Well, how would you llltn someone toklll
one of them In jour presence?"
Dnyer seemed to think tlie cases hardly par-
"Anyhow," said Miss McDowell, "you might
Ju-t ms well have taken $'.'00 from my purse,
for flip was worth I bat."
She nolllieil the llergh society and Dwyer was
summoned to Yorkvllln Court vestenlnv under
pi i tloli "r'S of the Penal Cmle, lie asked for all
adjournment to enable him lo get witnesses,
and the i ne went over to to-morrow,
,M Iss Mellow ell's sister said la-l night that S'.'OO
had been offend for tho dog lilp, which
was a spaniel, by a woman of l.iiiltigton. Kt .,
who wn-a fancier of that kind of dog'. Ihe
dog had n pidlgreo nnd previous to Ihelr owner-Ill
n had I eon exhibited at amoral Now ork
bem h shows.
An online tiher story, her ulster, while stand
Irg.K tho r, in. i rot Fiftieth itiot, near tlm
Cuthtitral, vns met by Dnyer, who pokeit the
dog with hlbclub. 'I be dog. thinking this was
In play, advanced, only to I a met br the police
man with a blow of his rlub. 1 he dog fell to
the. sidewalk with n fractured skull and Dwyer
aiinoiinred that he would shoot the other nun.
Miss McDowell, picking up her dying pet. hur
ried anuy beforo lis could tarry nut his threat.
Notice to Householders,
The Commissioner of Street Cleaning having
untitled thu Board of Health that he Is prepared
to commence collecting ashes and garb igo sep.
nrately In all parts of tho oity tho Boaid yester
day passed a resolution that "householders and
housekeepers bo noliried that section (i.l of tho
Saiillnrv i ode. which reoulrcs that a suitable
and "tilllcleiit receptacle bo providid one wry
premlM s for irieivlug and holding gnrbago
without leakage, and that a snimrato rciotiiai'o
made or or llui d w lib omo suitable metal shall
be iirovldid for imhus, and that ushes ami gar
bago "hall not be muil and kept In the same
reieiitiicle, will bo enforced b the Board of
Health n and afler Aug 1,"
'I wo bundled thousand notices of this resolu.
tlon will lectrvid on thu householders of thu
Pruposed flulh Armory Hltea,
fJol.Geirgo. Moore Smith of tho Slxtj-nlnth
lteglment nekid thu Armory Board etcrday to
pruurenn estimate of the cost of the altirni
I've site for an armory for his comiuaud ut
1 .venn-foiirth atnet und Lexington avenue.
'I he re luesi was granted, President Barker of
the 'lax Department, who wasalnent on account
of ilmess, si lit a memorandum showing that (bo
value of thofiiUrge of the City of Now York
site, first cl.osin, Is $ja,0(i0, 'Ihe sinking
iFund Comml-noner were requested to allow
Jt'fl.ooo to furnish tho new Ninth Uegiment
Armory In W est Fourteenth street.
NOVEL NEWS FROM CU3A.
IF rut? Alti: SKEPTICAL, ASK JIYAS
Antonio .Macro Drop. Into Havana Onee
n Week to Talk Thlnns liver and Have
Ills rhotoariiph Tuken-Hpnnlah Asleep
-Trochn No Harrier-Other Novelties.
William Hi an. Collector of Internal llovenue
for tho Pastern District of Virginia, Is nlson
collector of curious Information about things In
Cuba. Virginia prnlmbly never has produced a
oilmen capable ot oMirosslng Ills vlows moro
solimtilythanMr. Hjnn.orwlth muro Impres
tlveness. Mr. llmn's hair and moustache are red, and
his sense of humor Is not a polo gray cither. Ho
returned from Havana on tho Yumurl on
Monday nnd enmo up from (Juar.antlno vester
day. He went to Havana with Consul-General
Fitzhugh Lee. and, It was reported, had re
turned with a special message from Gcu, Leo
to President Cloicland.
Mr. Uj an said he had gone twenty miles out
of Havana to the trocha on Monday before last
with an old sea Coptaln. Otto Matthleson. and
that he had met Gen. Antonio Macoo with six
of his staff near the trocha. Ho swapped
photographs with tho General, who was. like
his SUIT, without uniform. Tho General, Mr.
Hvan eald. frequently comes Into Hnvnnn and
has his photograph taken. Whon a reporter
asktd Mr. Kyau for Maceo'a latest photograph
the suovo Virginian raid: "You must excuse
mo. uh. but It Is lockod up In my vollso."
In response to the question. "W ho was the
photographer?" Mr. ltyan said that it would be
worth the photographer's life to have his namo
revealed to the Spanish authorities.
Maceo, Mr. Bran declared, walked Into Ha
vana once or twice a week, had conferemes
with aeents from America, or hail his Dhnto
graph taKcu. 'I ho Spanish were half asleep
most of tho tlmo nnd woro half alive tho rest, so
they naturnll did not see Macro, or If they saw
him they old not recognize Mm. Macio was
usually poorly dressed and wore a high col
lar. Mr. Hyan had tried to get Maceo's views
on tho question ot annoxlng Cuba to America,
but thelnsurgent chief had said:
" I know nothing of politics or diplomacy:
my business Is war, and! will keoplt up to the
bitter end." . . ., ,,
In regard to Gen. Weyler. Mr. Ryan said:
"He Is a very polite gentleman, with a Jaw
strong onough toblte a nail In two."
Gen. Lie. Mr. By an said, had seen the trocha
from the house of a jacht cluboulsldo of Ha
vana, whore the American Ice-Lonsul, Mr.
Springer had given a breakfast lo Gen. Lee,
which wis attend! d by thirty-five Insurgents.
" Insurgents V" the reiiortersochood.
"Well, uo: not exactly InsurBetits-at least
not Insurgents In uniform: but they were urdent
ympathtzer with the Insurgent."
Sir. ltyan would not snv whetheror not he had
a message from Gen Lee to President Clev eland.
Itedld anv. howev er. that Gen. le had begun to
makeout his reporton Cuba last Friday, and that
he eipected to have It completed In time to send
It home on the Ward lino steamship that will
leuve Havana to-morrow.
PIlOBKCUTOll ACCUSES Jtl.UECOAT.
Policeman O'lJrlen'e Zeul la an Excise Ca
Uets Him Into Trouble.
Patrolman James J.O'Brleu of the East 104th
street station will bo tried on June "3, 1m fore
the Police Board, on charges of conduct unbe
coming an officer, prefened by Assistant Dls
trlct Attorney Mc.Mnnus. O'Brien, who has
beon on the force only a few months, etuplojed,
a boy to get evidence against William Barn, a
saloon keeper at 107th it! eel nnd 1 bird avenue.
The boy. so O'Brien alleged, bought a glass of
whiskey In Barrv's place on a Sunday after
noon. Barry was discharged by MagStrato
Brann In the Harlem Police Court. l Hrleri
then brought the complaint before the Grand
Jury. 'Hint body dl-mlsd the complaint.
I hen. according to Mr. McManua. O'Brien re
v lied him, accused him of duplicity, and cursed
President Roosevelt has subpiunaed District
Attorney Fellows and Asslstnnt District At
torney Martlne to testify on tho trial.
Wr.HE THEY TltAIV ItOIMEIlST
A Queer flans of Armed Slen Run Down
by a II., L,XM. Freloht Train.
Waveiu.t. N. V.. Juno 23. Thomas Sullivan
of this village, was struck by the engine of an
east-bound Delaware. Lackawanna and West
ern freight on the bridge over Cnyuta avenue at
ubout 8.J0 last night. Ho was thrown from the
brldgo and killed Instantly. His skull wos
crnshed nnd one leg was cut off.
Milllvan was with a gang of flvn moi. two of
w honi escaped. One of the party, who gav e his
name as Thomas Hegson. was thrown from the
, bridge, rendered unconscious, and captured,
and a third, w ho said he was .lamrs Andrew, of
Amsterdam, was taken In custody by the police.
hat purpose took the gang on the bridge nt
that hour Is a matter which has excited much
iiinjeutnre. One of tho fellows who escaput
dropped a red flair, and all of the men were
heavily armed. It Is believed that they in
tended to hold up ono of tho night trains.
ff YM XA . J U3f 11 Ull X E IK
One or the Ilnlldlncs or Phillips Aeadem),
Anclorer, Hit on Fire.
LAwnr.xrE, Mass .June SJ. The gymnasium
of tho Phillips Academy. Andover, was de
stroyed by tire at 1 o clock this morning. Loss
StiO.000: fully Insured. Tho lira was undoubt
idly of Incendiary orlcln. Frank NorrK the
Janitor, who slept In the building, narrowly es
mpid ticlng burned to death.
'ihe lire was ill ered by a rartv of young
men returning from a ride, ami liielr tlr't care
was for the Janitor. Tin y re-cued him from the
building, but not until hehad been badly burned
about the legs and nrms. Norrls Is a student
and mine from Foxcroft, .Me. The building
was ninety feet by f.irtv feet and two stories
high, and was built In 118. It was constructed
by liulrincli. and for llfty years had been used
by the academy.
ixJUitEit ox tin: Et r.r.tTEB iioab.
A Trnck WulUrr 0erlnken by n Train
Ileloro Hi Could Drop Iletvveen the Tics.
Tracy Brlsbro, a track walker emplojod by
tlie Manhattan Elevated Hallrnad, whllo walk
ing the track lu Eighth avenue, near 133d
street, yesterday morning, found himself con
fronted by a rapidly approaching train, He
intild not reach aside track so ho tried to drop
tietwrui tho lies to avoid being rundown.
Hi was not quite, quick enough, and was
struck on the head b noinoof the Ironwork
teneath the lnromotlve. Ills scnlp was laid
open, and, losing lonsrlousness, lie fell Into .a
drip pun kusponded under tho tracks.
1 he pan sav ed him a fall to tho street, hut his
skull Is belli ed lo tio fractured, slid ho Is In
Manhattan Hospital In a critical condition.
ncr.AX p.ii8Enrn hates isise.
'Wlnler" Trices from This Port Put Up
on Ilrlllsli nnd Continental Lines.
Tho steamship Hi"1" running between New
York and the ports of Continental Europu, in
cluding the North German Lloyd, tho Hum-burg-American,
and tho French, have decided
in Increase by about seven percent, their win
ter cabin and second-cabin rates from this port.
'I ho Hues sailing to British purls havo already
inn up their minimum rates, whhh will go Into
elliot on July lo. when the winter srheiliilo Is
put l'i force. The big Increase of travel east
' ward nfter the middle of July Is the chief rauso
of tlm Increase lucostof the outward passage,
bteeraco rates will be the same as at pretent.
IlurKlnrs Knb Handera Hhnnke,
WniTFvrovK Lamu.no, L. L, Juno 8,1. Tho
house of Sunders Shanks, on tho shoro hero, was
rnbbfd last night of silverware valued at Slol
No one in tho house was disturbed, but ut 7
o'clock this morning a servant discovered that
the ton drawer of the sideboard and nenrlj nil
thoellvcrwar" In the dining room were missing,
On of the dining loom window shad been foned
open with a Jimmy. I lie drawer of the side-
lioard was found In the deep grass In ono corner
of the v aril. A bright red table rover, which I
1 also mlkslng. Is believed to havo been used by
I tl e burglars to w rap up Ihelr plunder.
Mr, MeAdon's Cruise on the Ilotphla,
Pill I viihi.rmv, June v.1.!.- Asslstnnt Secretary
of the Navy Mi'Adoo arrived here to-day on hi
tour of Inspection of thr naval militia. Accoui.
pan) lng him aro Lieut, A. B. Nlblack and Pri
vate Secretary William Howell. The party
ramu up the Delaware Itlver on the United
siutes despatch bout Dolphin. Tho llrt stop
nas at Hie League island Navy aril, where the
I monitors detailed for the naval militia for sum
mer cruises were Inspected. From Philadel
phia the Dolphin will go to Now York,
.Newark Lawyer Husprndrd lor Then.
Tiikmon, Juno !.'3, Ihe Supremo Court to.
day suspended from practice until further
' order by th court David Splro, u young New.
uric lawjer. who was convicted of stealing a
dime from the coat pocket of a constable In the
l.itei county court last ear. A motion to dls-
1 bar splro U pending In the Supreme Court.
XJttrTO.Y AUCTION SALE.
Toys, Old Wenrtnft Appnrel. nud Other
Traps DrlaB Very tow Trleee.
The auction sole yesterday nt 71 and 73 Uni
versity place of articles alleged to hnvo be
longed to Mrs. J. Colemnn Draiton, rovcnlcd
the fact that cither Mr. Drayton had been
prevailed upon to consider his wlfo's wishes In
tho mailer of telling some personol effocts of
her own, or Uint ho was not awaro of tho con
tents of tho trunks tlmt woro sent from tho
Manhattan Storngo Warehouse Althotii.li
It wiim stated thai Mr. Drayton had withdrawn
from tho miction talo his wlfo's wedding dress
and other gowns, the statement was based
mnlnlv uion tho fact that theso things wcro
withdrawn. A manuscript speech written by
Mr. Drayton at collego tit 1872 and a portrait
of himself woro also wlthdrnwn. Tho sale In
cluded u collection of Imported tovss flora tho
Coleman Drnj ton nurserv . a somewhat faded
pink cradle, a juiir of aell-vvorn riding buol,
lamp shades, n few lxiund lKioks nnd sevcinl
oid magazines nnd Flench paper novels.
The llrst lot wusa toy tabloand twochn.rs.
which wore imught bv a Mrs. Gllllgali for 70
rent". An clnbornto small grocery "tore was
knocked down nt HO lent. A toy horse and
cart secuted S1.40 from a rather sporty-looking
voting woman with rid hair. A doll cnrrlago
wiib rellii tnntU iisslgnod lo a Miss MoKenrlo
for 40 cents. A French mechanical musical
toy vent for 81.80. A punching bag was
bought by a .Mrs. Huberts for 80 cents, und a
pair of Indian clubs, bought by a man for 30
ci-ntw. ended tho toy sale, A garden hose,
vv tilth somehow or other got mixed up with
the nursery effects, brought J2.3S.
When tho failed pink cradle was put up.
Its foreign Btylo pleaod tho auctioneer, who
hesitated In giving tho article Its description,
"Hlossed If ho knows what It Is," re
marked a vvomnn with an experienced eye,
and ho didn't. However. It went frracradlc,
and a Mrs. Price bought it for $1.76.
Mr. Drayton's book used nt college, and
dated Sept. 14, 1870, went with a lot ot old
prints and magazines. His riding boots
brought 11,1 cent".
Mrs. Dra ton will sail for Europe to-day on
tho St, Luuls.
MISIATlIt ILMiSlC TI1I1 DiV.
lun rises.... S9 sun ion ... 7 30 1 Moon set.. 8 10
iiioit wiTra this pat.
Bandy nook. 0 3S , Uov.lsland. 8 531 Hell dale.. 8 47
Arrlvrd-TVESDAV. Juns II.
Ss Amsterdam, Btengcr. Poulogn.
Si Mohawk, ilstes, 1 umlon.
Ks K, nmiiKton liond, Anlwenv.
es Alter, cliribloffers. C'lierlKiurg.
en "Ihuii, Mick'js Knrliailoes.
hs 1 all -miu. llerg. Purlin loes.
S. )t, uemilia. (ruin tsiui a.
bsohlo. Atderon Palermo.
f-s Kong It od, I'ederMn.iilliara.
eiUrtLlan I'rluee, Miller. Illo Janeiro.
Ms ah ne, Setders. humMon
M Knickerbocker, llalsey, New Orleans.
ht I nni&nehe. t't nnlnslon. Charleston.
tvs CIO or AUkusIa Darnii II, t-avauuao,
t Janiciton. Huiphers, horfulk.
bsuecea. Risk, Kn v eiu
hiilpiMnara. Uraoy, Ca.eta Mucna.
bhlp Asia, llaklD, lquliue
IV or later arrivals se First rg.
inmv icd out.
Pj Aov-la. from New York, at Manchester.
hi lleiu. from New 1 ork, at Cotuhagen.
hi Jersey City, Ironi New ork. al llrlttol.
bi llbvt I, from New nrk, at Miulhauiptoa
is Teutonic, from New lurk, at ijuieuktown.
S Scan J Is. from New York for Bamborf, passed
hi iih.Mi. from New York for Bremen, paued
bs Manit iha. from New York for London, paised
hs Vlia nli la, from Hamburg for New York, poind
bo Ui'l.iontilrs, from Chins for Now 1 ork, passed
Sill CO FROM lOREIIS roRTS.
Si Tarls. rrom Southampton for New 1 ork.
bs Victoria from lVkrniofor Ne Yorfc.
hi California, fro.tl Niip es for New lork.
b ( arm 1 rince. from iistilu for New V ork.
b Iheipca, xroai Loudoa for New 1 ork.
SAitTp rnoM nomine i-ortsl
Ss Attlla, from N. eerport for Now York.
Ut. Louts, Southampton ... 7 0') t. M. 10 00 A.M.
IlrlUliulcMvennsil 9 Oil A. M. IS OOJL.
norland. Antwerp to 00 .. M. I'J oil M.
bucc,llaDa ... IIOOI'.M. a Oil P. M.
Philadelphia. Iji (lusvra.. .11.00 A. M. 1 00 1'. M.
tl 1'a-o New urleaiu ... a 00 I". M.
baina. Port Union 10.00 A. M. 12 no St.
Purlin, Newfoundland 11.00 A.M. 1.00 P. Jl.
Fnerst Ihsmarck. lTm'th 8 00 A. M. 11 00 A. JL
City of Augusta, Savannah 8 00 I1. M.
.Sod fYtLiu. Jims Sd.
Utate of Nebraska Glasgow 11 00 A. M.
Comanche. Charleston 8 00 l1. M
Illo urande. llruniirlck 8, 0ul .
VVerra Oenoa June 11
Siller liremen Junell
Pawnee (llhrnltar June w
1 Majeiuc Ilecrpool June 7
. hprie Ilreincn June 1
KUm m-tirdain June 13
liresrten . prelum June PJ
Mute i.f Nebraska llla-now June ;.
MlchUan Iiielun June jj
l'oeannntas Ollirvllar June 10
Yucatan Uavans Juno 110
l)w Ihurttltiy. June 23.
Norse ... ... chrtiilansand June 13
Wella City Swaniea J."n' !!
tnrrnito Haiiiln.rj June 11
ti Mar New Orleans Juus lid
iHif Mid, id. Jurit tO.
St,raul Southampton June SO
Lut-anla tUerpool June -JO
Columbia Hamburg June is
Prtukls. HaintiuM June M
Caracas I,nt!uara June JJ
Ut of UlrinliiKtiam... Savannah Juue J
imr Satunitty, Junt 87.
Iji Ponrgocne Ilnvre June vn
Citv iiriuine . . ..tllsscnw Jim IU
banllaiio Nassuu June 2J
Alllaiu-a Colon June ifo
Seminole Jacksonville Juuu 1
Ituf SuntUtu. Junt J8.
Yecnriam.- t'.oltenlam June P!
I ol.irudo Hull Juue .-
Orinoco lienuuda Jnue 11
Ive Jhouhii, June 211.
Kulda Oenoa June IS
(Vrte Ilverpool Juno IV
Mobile. London June It
baratoga. ....Harma June it:
t.'nrl II. Melnilla'si Mlnrnil Writers repre.
atnlsearuof lud ami i xis-rh liee. unit are the onl)
pure and correct inluerul waitrt manufactured 1c
lUH'l 1. 1. ON. -On Monday, June 22, IMia.atrds
parents residence, 1,510 Madliou av , Kcllx J thu
voiiuiuit aud I" loved ion of Muhaol U and Mary
bouillon, a.e 1 8 ) can and V in o ill In.
Helatlvc an I friends nro Invited to attend the
rum nl Welnodjy, June 21, at 1 I1 M
IIItr.NN.iN, n Sun, lay, Juue 1)1, at hli reil
deuce, 180 Writ H7tb it., Thomas A, llrennan,
IfloTcd ion ot William and the 1st Calliarlue
Puneral fervlees will be Held nt the Church of His
Holy Name, I'lith it. aud Anutordam av tVednes
day uinrnlng, June !!, at It) A M. Itelatlvea and
frh nds aro Invited to attend. Interment prlrvle.
llltlH'l (W.-In trill city, on Juns , IbUf). after
n short lllnc si, ITenJamln n. Ilrlilow, In the 63th
year of till age.
Funeral services will ho held at the Prick Church,
corner ot 87th it. and 6th ar , on Tbunday, June
V.I at 10 A.M. Please mult llowera
C'MNNOIt. Ate B0,A. MJunva,laTldJ Connor,
age 5 ears and 0 months, sun of Catharine and
tiaild, after a lingering lllncii.
Funeral from lata residence, 1,770 Proadway, to
I'aullit Church, 10th it. aad Uthar.. at 10 o'clock,
A. M , tilth Intt. llrlatlrei and friends Invlied;
alio Nsrragauieit Club and inemb-ri of Tammany
Ila'l Oeneral Committee xuih Assembly rtlnrlet.
McUANVH.-On TucmUv, June 38, IHWB, John Mo-
Sliinui, at his reildence, WtO 8th av In hli 7tu
Notice of f unersl he reaf It r
OWKMH. Knterrd Into rest at her late rcil.Nnce,
111 Wen 1211th at. lurslvj. JunoK'l.al I U0 P.M.,
rllendrimtha, widow or the late James 1- Owens
and bc-lovid mother of Mrs Frank Latim.
Fun ral V. i Friday, June SB. at Ullea. N. Y.
TOOK I'll,-(In Tuesday, June 88, Harsh Hrown
wife of Nathaniel Tookir.
Funeral lervlces on Thuralay at 4 P M from her
Isle rt ill' nee 28 kvrrgrern place, llrlck Church,
N J. f rain from New York at 3 o clock on tl, I.
and V. It- P. Inn rmeut at Cedar Hill Cemetery,
Orange county. N. Y,
WlN(J.-aurtdenl), at Stamford, Conn., Charles V.
Turn rul srrrlrri at hit late nil lonce, 333 Qulney St.,
Ilrooklyn, on Wcdnciday evening, June 24, at 8
WVt lallt . Nsw York, June 23, 1HJ8.
Tho Pank of New Amtlrrdiini
At a nieedB of (he ll.iort ot Plreclors, held this
dny, the following resolutions were unaulmouily
lln June 10, IbOO, Oeorge IL IVyckoff, President of
thlihauk, while ilttlln at hli dei.k In the ofnVriof the
bank, was ihot aud mortally wounded by a itraugi r,
w ho attempted to extort a sum uf money. UnJuno
2d Ibjtl, from thu woundi to Inflicted he died.
Mr. Wyikoff waa horn In this city In lb JO. From
hla boyhood ho devoted lilinielf to thebuilnria of
banking, and for twenty years served as caihler of
the Now York County Lank. In JBS3 he becaius Vice'
l'rrsldent of the Oarfleld National llanc, which office) 3M
he oceupleil until May, IrUti. wnen lie ecepted tha H
l'residenev ot this Institution, tn hit admlnlitrattoa
of this omen he uiccufuly fulfilled all tho pledtej "
of hl past career. To ua.his fellow director, hi
sterling iiuallllea, hit energy, induitry.dSTOtloa.anil sa
Inteitrliy lnsp red the fulle.t eonndenee. To ll MS U
business assucisti s ho became a friend by till cour. '(
tey anil esiK'or, endearing himself by tne klnaneis "
and Beiiernilti of aeiiaraeter wh eh was never more V
eoiispieunusly displayed than when In the amliulanea
he lurued to the nsiasiln. ssylni. "Why dldyoa m
shoot nisf I never did anvihlng toyoa My(lc4 rm
forKlvejou.1 and further, when at the hospital n -iaa
dlri-cletf the att-ndln surgeons lo lvo their nrsl raa
care to relieve HiosutTerlng of hlvslaver .. ... , 'S
Therefore, lie It resolved. Thit tuts Hoard testify 'ifU
their appreciation ot the hlnh character and rv cj 'm
or one who at Ihe outset of hli career at the elilsC H
oftleerof thu Itovr.l, whllo reaolng Ihe harvcit of a la
life of devotion and ton In the pTformanceof his Jm
ilutr and nt tils post, was prematurely cut orx oya :'gm
bullet at th" lianl or nnaivssatn , ,, )
And he It further received, Tnal lhes reioltitlon fm
be spread uimn the inlnutis an I a copy thereor he .,
lent to hit ratnllvns a tribute from tho members or t-m
this liutrii to tne memory ot their associate and M
frlen I. -iW
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