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MR. KILPATRICK AROUSED.
thk lbxow committee witness i'll fort: president martin. HE CIMI'MIN-; OF AV INSOLENT POLICEMAN THK FASfTOn OF A eil! ball GIVE! EVIDENCE -A LIVELY SCENE AT TIHAI ?jl" AKTEllS. Edward Kilpatrick, the builder, of No SM Wt t End-ave.. who was * witness before the l*exow Committee and accused .crt." electives of the OM Slip station of trying In vain I - money from him, appean I befon Pnildenl Mar? tin, of the Fi,p.. ,- l:.,,,. |t .,,-..? against Patrolman Calvin Noah, ol thi Eaal Sixty seventh-st, station, whom lu ac .?-?? I of being In? solent and Impertinent to him Mr. Kilpatrick ts an offle.-r of th* Cornell Memorial Methodist Bp a copal Church. In Seventy-sixth st., ave., of which the Rev. O. .1 Cowies I- pastor. Po? liceman Nash was detailed st th* church on .Sun? day night. June IS Mr. Kilpatrick told the Commissioner thai he arrived at the church on thal night with lils Wife and Mrs. Cou!.- th* pOStor'1 children w. ri ? teps of the church, blocking the passage He asked Noah to drive them sway and keep the place Nash replied In a gruff voice ".' know mj ne..." When Mr. Kilpatrick wen* Inside, the chil? dren ran up the steps ai I (Hli i fl.'rr: lon of the church. The) made nolst and annoyi congregate the <ntiro services. Accoi lng to Mr. K Ipatrick, Nash made no effort t., stop the nnnoyai" e, and at thi I I ??- ' ' went up to him, snd ask I gruffly: "Are yo ? with me?" Mr. Kilpatrick told him he would nab.- com- I plaint against hil "i'll lake care ol Mrs. Kilpatrick corrobonted wi t hei said about tl ? nolie ma le by tl Rev ''. J. Cowies also said thal hts ? Suffered much annoyance from the children In the neighborhood. "... a.tonally," sail Mi i bur stone la rolled down on the slate roo! church.'' Policeman Nash replied that he did not nu.kc usc of thi language attributed to him bul i tl contrary, - Mr, Kilpatrick waa gruff to him. Mr. Kilpatrick, he for pollren re. Mi . that in twenty ave years he had i poll ?*? man only - Phat was ab .ul twenty years ago, and tl ? plained of w..s ir mk "I have policemen n excla "W.-r.- you not i wit the Lexow c.o.n min- -?'."' aski : tl i "What hai lhal g.>t t.> do with thia . n's*-"" I - ? '? "I want to show that 1 the police " Commissioner Martin said, in reply, that Mr. Kilpatrick had a perfi I righi to go befon the Lexow c,un!:,rt.. md tell about policemen I to gel mom :? f ? on him. Nash th. i alli I J. I' Good, formerly sexton of the church. He i '. ned a sine - Sajo, ..ft. r hai lng 1 -? atters with the trust, es He also t--. l :.t on tht B 1 that Mr. Kilpatrick was . tbe "itl. ? I polite. "I will bwi ii thal ib" : was not there." re? marked Mr. Kllpatrl k "He li a vol bess, an l ' utterly false He was discharged I ir - il from tht hui h Good denied this, bul Mr. Kllpatrl k swore ,t waa true. ia. nt Martin thei Informed Mi Kllpatrl k and Mi Cowlei that If at any time the police ??< r<- la\ In the perform i their dutlea, the i be glad 1 r.vii" any complaint, and Investigate them. Policeman John Clark, of the Rroadwaj squad, was tried by Coi the complaint if Prederl k - Qraham-ave., Brooklyn, ll ti..rn with having tray and Tv rende lng him unconscious (or several mlnul that a man who witnessed thi attack I ti his card. Th-- policeman ht * * I, --i.it :..-I li ? his hand while lc the New-York !!??-: I I ry, an", after tearing lt Up threw the ; into s cusi Schoenhut recovered the pieces while the police? man had his back turned, and the pal hed uti ' was produced yestei lay in evidence. The ; man admitted that he tore ti- -I.,- .ni. but .-x- ' j lained that h.- was t the I Sctuienhut to the I hurt I "Yes: ant I guess you t! I I hurl ' ? him," said the Commlislonei I n the case. I "IIB TOOK RBFTJOE IN A TAMMANY CLUB. A WOMAN pays sm; was assa'i/i i:i ? nv a man WHO FLED THERE THE ACCCSED Pl TELL! a DIFFERENT BTORY, Julius Lehmann, a lawy.-r. of .*. called at Police Headquarters yesterday afteri to atyllshly drew . -A man it>-tn-.- yea - told. Her nain- is Mrs. Felicia Muhlbauer, of No Si* Baot Fi um-, ntl Bl B , plaint against ti i policemen, did ri"t do their duty last M tenden! Byi .- e, but .Mrs. Muhlbauer wai seen later at Mr. Lehi ofllce. She told n.r storj without urg) Seemed mach . \ "Hast Mon lay al 10:18 p. n returning home b) Fourtet rlngsome thing* m Roudi gstore. Second Thlrte. mth-Sl the "ia wlti reef, and, lo -king .. 1 saw my sister, Mrs. T. Bpi I Tfatrteenth-st., walking witt fi I Mr, l Bicb, a halrdn uer, of N BL I start In them, a burly Bfty-flve j ? around my waist I | I and Borresmed "Mr. L..-?ch r.m toward me and asked the fellow what be meant The only reply 1 ? - strike Mr. I.?ch between thi ? Hi knocked him down and l could. Then thi the right ear and ran awa) as I I sen gain i "Th.- man ran I a c i thi T Xth Dlatrtct, at the Tenth-it l know d him Bland.' - i ?'. but di In'l ] told the " what ha I happei They sail th*) ? th mi Wi then went to th<- club a-, i i -au u ? m un wh > itru k n ? tlrig doa :. ' - '?'? spa;.- r Ip m mil to thi ..fie is .md I,,,! tii-iii io arrest him They refurs.-1 ? name and that I ha I i i warral I The) ?? >nl away wltboul ari plte my proti Mrs Muhlbauer thei John Helliy. w fa li oni ' I hi chief told him wiat' had occurred Mr, li? she, "is ii pen nal friend of mine and bi told me he would get tht man out of thc 'dab The ; at the club would not give m.- his nana- and said they kn- a nothing aboui him." "1 think I know wh,. the mai: la," sall Mr. Leh gason, "and l Intend going to Jefferson Market Po? lice Court lo-morrow morning to gel a warrant for his arrest." loiter In the liv ll whtim Mis. Muhlbauer a cused ol i Pat? rick M KV ?* ho boa llvi "Ward fur ' 1n the Departmi tit of Cl Last nigh: ht He said tha: he w*? walking In isl is he was past ng i man and ,i (and lng or. ?. hli cane, sa (airly across hi- face. Mi Kenna says he had ,-k-l the man angrily what h* mi ini b) thai Thi answered Impudentl) and McKenna kn ,rkel him down Then he iayi, Mn Mu! bier came running aero "Hut 1 did not str.k.- ber." said McKenna, "and nithing la more fa ' She tried to procun my arrest at tbs Tammany Club, but f THU POU-CEMAN WAS DRUNK. Police Justice McMiiii'in, in Torkvllle Court *?? tenlay, gave his card t > i d-f-rid.i'.t sri th i pera mal letter t" Inspect ir wild.mis an i lol I him io make a complaint ?against Pollreman Maney, of ? ' Blxty-st-vetith-st. station. The defendant, Fox seventeen y.-ars old. of No I BiBl Seventy thlrd-st , an .-mp Hearn Brothen said I walting for a stag.- at Fifth-ave. and Seventy-third bi yeaierday m Maney, who wa- intoxl i SS teri, cam.- up arel orden I him I " 1" v told him he wa* wal ttl | ige. Mane) said, 1 want no back talk," and put Hi*' lad under arr- st_ Onhearlngtheca.se tl ? ' al thi Eaal Btxty Sevenifi-sf ?policeman leemed anxious f t a courl both were sent to Yorkvllle, where rh- policeman Sot decidedly tb. wont of it The policeman seemed axed and still under the Influence "f liquor, and the Juitlce reprimareV-d him severely, BRUTAL CLUBBING CHARGED, John Freeman, of Ko Bl West Oae-hundred "forty-suth-st., snd Samuel Barry, of the sam.- a I dreaaa, both cdor.-d, w.-n- sentenced t" ons saontb on the Uland In Ihe Hard, rn Police Court by Jus? tice Hurke yesterda) foi throwing bricks and trot tie* at a uollcemati. if IriSSSSn's story lu UM, hs ?gras brutallv asiauln-d bv the policeman without ?rovocatlon- He sat! rna* ne na a a ng-nt witn s brother of policeman Mut can on Wednesday after? noon, und. gening tne wort.- of the fight MUlcare went off vowing \eli,t'-aiice. About ft o clock I Dlgbt Harry came to his room* and aald he woti.d better go to the roof. a. Policeman Mulcar* w . - looking foi him. Freeman said that rhe policeman came to the roof, and with curse* began to club him unmerclfrllv. He was then locked up Harry was a I io arrested by Policeman Bcholes, of the One-hundrvd-arid-flfty-.econd-st. station, for In? terceding for Freeman. Hoth men iwori nothing wa. thrown from the roof and the irollcemen were not interfered with. Freeman's head wat terribly I grut and bruised. The police say the negroes living I * se ar" rams of the mos' desperate in the iper i ortion of the elly. NO DE-CIDED STEPS TAKEN VllT ' MAT BE -"Mi: DAY! BEFORE INT POLICE CAPTAINS ARE TRIED A RI MOR THAT ACCVBED OFFICIAL! WILL IM? MEDIATELY RETIRE I. . by tl:- T.i-i... 1' ' '* irne) vv ? rge ol ry I yed il Mi Wellman wa* suppoi d to be ? ? befon ? Lexow i 'ommli '? e, and j ? 'hen Mr. Wi I m t returi i ) b* *ver ii day. bel ? - m) cha ri- - are | I . pt ? ? : - r aa could 1 ... - .- ijc i ?;- i el ? (or defence in a ' k for required a .... i ,? , ?? 1 in bl ickm Cl :?' te. ;? ? ? eiii of a tr., r.b. r of tl can j ? ? ? - an ? mer McO * his duties Central i 'ffict :? - irv ral v..- !,?? :?? ? >. ict as a bar I the foi ??? for i ? irs. \i?? Martin said: "No. but chargi ,- l I. il ? . '. - - I: ? . ? ? - i cap ?? ? i nen wou ld be n thal Moabi be a . ' ,'...- rday tha lt wai not poi ? ?- hui I - ? ' ,\ ., ? - - the a eek i - I,. \,.w Commit tt . ? , Hil ? ihe P at until after i GLDHORN GETS SEVEy AND 1 ll Al I TE HS il". FORGER TAKES HI! BENT! XCE '"."I.I'.' AND [? .\\ .- TO JIMMIE MA! rh I.kki No, Reaver-st.. who ? sti rday to levi n ?? - ir* ar bor by .' idge Mari ne In In the Ot nee coolly, bowi d to the J k to ie prison pen. ra got by hit (orgerli i Bb mi Hi obsci n lei! ui i at t-i- ("i..ix. W. I. I .elective W H >' ui i ' 'cl ib..rn living luxurlo .- ?' i : i ... tl "f butterflies I: ? D's he wa. to have start, i for Hraill to : found 1n ?. hlc-h In ? returned t , the S!ai ni elm In ? ? ' ? "lt the ihi ..ia y the pi taki Mr Friend, :?;:?? fiting ? I - . '.' :? . . tty | .-" Noa ll* ls ree j the j,ret. i rd I n a - - - - st- r v a 11 oi H ? my, w ? . ? - ? vt n yeal an I six mom . ..i ii.ii i ibor. COURSES AT MT GRETNA. s'STP.i".-Ti .hs ann. ?'vu: "itiii puah OP BTPDY POR THI 'I.s. M "int '. .. i'. : n ?terda) The day * lent of i ' : . Were rr. Eltlnger, of M ih ? nb i r.-. k an ? ' ' a-.!.,--' .. T Cia) . Dr, EH nger announced 'bar he would give courses ?l ali ll,i - '?' e. t ? ? ent Monuments." rill deliver f. ir , tuna rt Bi >wn ,g" ai Hil ? v rte ?. ?-> pr.:., Ipall)* to thi - ? li ? ek, I nu n. ? ? ? ue:l i of I iste. It.-' ? ' ? ? ' t tl i and 1 a- , morrov The ll tint , MYER ?' ETEIS'S Ci sr. The : ? ? ? ' Grand ? n th* case of the P< ; - againsl Ml< ti u i i toni ! yeat< nd iy In Pan i :? the ' leneral ll, was irreati I Tm formal n nd belief that perlury had been com ml ti I ind , i- admitted to bail In $2.n>i He ital al hla las fflce, No. 32 Park Row, yeatenlsy morning, ind, pn nt for io .:,. w hit nil:, he a-i nt to the I 'l.trlcl vttoi He ti .egraphi 1 lo hil b md.man, Lout* K ? un- lo bl* a**ls- , Con arelve I in ? nea cl Ihe . ih.- same amount!, snd Btein wu nh ? i if .4 v with i eit. 4 MAD DOO A v/i i un; CEOWT) John 1'c-sir. twenty-nine yean old, "f No Zit at, wa* passing No IM Hast Broadway bout noon yesterday with his wife winn he w-ns e'./.-d with i flt I'oii''-man Ollmartln, of rh.- Mod s'ui-st. station, called ari ambulance. While walting its arrival a larg" eros I gathered ats,ut he prostrate man. It BUddenl) ? altered, however, ns u small log bat was appanntly mad can..- running along th tr* el. Th* policeman turned from Ibo Bick mun o the dog He gol th.- animal cornered In front f No -t: Fast Broadway, The log tried t., crawl ?tween two railings, bul he got hli head caught Ollmartln then dna bli revolver and (ired iholi al the Imprisoned dog. A bystander ?nd thal the tint shoi was noi notl.I by the og; the second made him ocl dissy, and the third mlle! killed him Then th* animal's body was pitched into the rutter, I ".sar waa placed in the ambulance, Gil n pla ? i hla revolve! In hi* j*,ck.-t and thc rowd drift! 1 auai T PROVED 4 EEOULA /." BOWA STA E"li BVBQl 1 RR At Twenty-sixth-Bt. and Thlrd-ave lhere is a sig is* belonging to tbe Lorillsrd estate, n ive. from N . Ml lo \ '(7, ??,. from N .. lui to No 107. There ire big c-;iirs under tha bouse, In which the ten mts tton Me irtlcli? an l other goods hat th not dall) using In the uppi r span I.elitS. On Monday 'cst burglar, got Into the cellar of h.- tilt No. "?* Thlrd-ave., and carried sw i piantlty "f gooda On 'Tuesday tbe burglan paid attentl 'i ' ' the Twenty sixth it. .ide Th ccupants of No .'i4,< Thlrd-ave. had a big lot of g ,., i. tot-d in the cellar, and jhe thieves ina.j.- a iweep of everything. "Th.-y didn't leave.s ? of a button," a. one Sf the occupants re if the unfortunate people is a Mr. Oroas, rhos* cellar wa* stored with a quantity of bric-S ,r.. and a rare collection of ail sorts of thing* t un a.l parts of the word The burgiart' work wa* to thorough, one of the Bats -?ayi. that they inn*: have been In no lurry nt sit. In searching about the cellar rester ni cf the occupants of the houae picked up a locketbook, which contained a list of a number of - in Bail Flfty-aecond st., which, lt I* be . the burglar! bau marked aa good spots for ?polia A LAWYER'S SERIOUS CHARGE HE SAYS HIS ci.HINT PAID *'!H' TO ' FIX" A JUDGE THE PAPER! SHOW THAT THE JV DOE WAS elli- il OP Tin: ''ITV i i ii UT 'rn (Ml VROE ?"?' VDE I >N "IN pi ,|'M |i . *,v':. rt! LIEF' ' INI V - 'll: Bl ? itv IN RE VL IE OF His BTATEMENTB. Ppon 1 rgnment ol iupt ? * wa i ?um of H been ,!l" I""!"*- ' ' t ... The rt n ? '.'-ure IL . to pay r moneys bi ? Mrs ? he Bowery Sn ngs Bal i. is tuc (fl.715 Th ? rney ni ? ? a it in ide ,-::. r i iv to pay ovi a bali - retained, he i ted fron ui I. r sn nf- ? r .,-?', 1 by Mr- (1 il lt '.-? t.. In ordi I to . *-, Berm in .1 ii . ie! In -. Joseph ai . lured i' ?? sgri erm ni ? . ? : gned b) Mr- ll - br dher I I Ile cia ...... ? .???.I ? , , . 'him-. irg* i. . . r. a I :'? 1 .- ' ' ir "r I if'-r her. .* I In sip;- ' ' ? ??rr. nt lin ..... thal , ? ' rwi-( ? ' ? ? his eitel th- (SOO. while ? . . . he w.-U.d piy tl '? ? ? ? a i- : '? - ' ' ? I I I ll - - ' ? ? ? i ' I Mel el ' and Inter*-*! lu sj Hut ah ? ? *en ll III .un Hp iii. and .hi lo Hf ne h* Hull ' " after wil linn t; the fl but aa I ? long - - . . ? ? - r The .un i he f..r. ' ri. an.) on a, : t for 1 : idg ? ' im M ' ? w Vrnol I. ? ' lerday and I lld i ? dd tr* I he ht .rd th ? Chief ' ? lo.eph . ? nt of 1 -. '*? ! mee thi tv , j I office* || ila I' I nnd ' ? i iii on t ic mad a I hai - u t:\ . not matt. !? pr. cate very mu '? I mal ti i ttatement* wen mid- .ui Information and ? i gth than ai bara itemenl "I atate i nc! ?'; the ' told to me b) my rll-nt I cann..' tell you an) more is I p i ;;...r- :?? In .te? "f tb- fact that ih- matter 1- t,.,! yet trefor* thi courl "I have until Sa turds) next t" ftl" Hu* necessary sffldavil Bl 1 vu ',in 'b.n ger nil the facts from lt ?as on!) after Mr Epstein's office waa crowded with reportei thal he teemed to realise the huge firecracker h.- bad exploded In making ? lion b. !. b -ind a m..' ? in lt * ul 1 bi? llard to tad In this etty wi,, ti he pondered over ? alfs. BC INTI in-TR HH'iTHKlt FOR AN A<' ?"'IT 'NT! Nt 1 Maria T Horner, Ihe only daughter of Denni* Hennessy, who died i Fri II IM, ti ia, through her rouniel, Turner, McClure A ft..ls;..n, bi mghl a'- action in thc supreme Court again.) her brother, Watter '"> Benni ind his wife, T I!-:.!:. ' tai of on* half ' ' * of her father Waller Hem lt an attorney ai law, and wa* th* legal advtsei if lir, ? - ' ? td e ra h 1 e rea I and pei lona! Pl l art) Sh.on .lum u y tl, las .-.-!?? her broi inon thi express tru*i that the in-.mi- ,,f ;*,,? properly should t?- di lo h-r father during th? resi o( bis if,- ,...| lp, his death, one half of 1 .. > i... Mi ? Horner I it her brother pi ' i' he ar mid cirrv om hl father** wlshei lie- soi Waltei hal .ii ned thal th* conveyance lo him wai an il- - ,-ance an I hi '? ? > ? / th* right of titi tl-t.-r lo arr, nari Of lt S!u- bring* tuh lo recovel ?lon of her 1 ilf ihare, and lo compel an ac counting -ci the parl of hei bi ther, A Iii -n-nV: , ha-- bren fflli l ng i,nsf tba property NO/r C.ril.TY OF cliNTKMHT The motion to punish Hie attorney fur Mrs .Tulla H Mudie for contempt tit court In obtaining g stay of proceeding! under th. ludgmeni which Alexander McK Jones snd hi* brother, William r jone*, necured agali il their spinster aunts. Carolin' Ogden and Franc,- Ogden Jone*, when su'i-h a stat bad b.-.-n previously dented by two Judges u , d.iile 1 v. *:t, rda-, arlen.n by Judge Andrews of tbe Buprem* ' ""liri Tm: (Tttinu WILL TROUBLE. The ItteStaHona I f Ihe Witnesses to the will of Robert I. Cutting, which wera mads befora Mac grsne Coxs, ss referee, w-.n- flied yratedrday hr the Surrogate'* office snd ordered by tturru-rafe Arnold to be Included In the mutter of the contest ,,f tru. will bv young "Il .h" Cutting .Muir.,. C. Munaon'l aflldavtt set forth that he knew llnVrt L. (bitting f.,r thirty years prior to his death, and that ,,n June 7, lKKi. hn wl'ne**e,l th* original will of n,,. deceased, wh.. then and there declared lt to h.- his lstt will and testament. The other .'.ilm-rlblng wit Boase* were clifford A Hand and Frank P. Ben? jamin. The latter ls dead. Margaret Frenlshelmer P?ter Marla and H. Hol? brook Cum* maka affidavit that they knew the J decedent for eighteen, thirtv and I ira re ipectlvely, and say that on September IH. I-in. the : obtained their signatures to the codicil of that date and ic thi terms of which the son Robert wu.- eui off from nil benefits In thi I Th- contestant did not cross-examine the; wit nenei before the refer*! -? ; ' himself tne righi ' ? l" en the c mteal of Hie will is regularly begun. ?? *e ? COPRT CALENDAR! FOR FRIDAY IU| ???..".;?' m -Reei ? . ?: ???* J ' ? art M Biiprem* Court .-? I, Il and HI-Ad Ill Ci art Pat's I. II. Ht .".nd IV V I] ? ? I f Ihe term. r: Oenernl Term Idiot I*. ? J - ?. .,? ?? :- ? t ' fir tl ? in fr * I Terr I I* I ll and Itl td ? ? fun. Flt ? i".' " ll. Al? ni i i li l',rk-r. Samuel H nh b-lin T i1 ,r- I I , ri Mttl !' ' ?rt. Miry A i. at 10:10 "? " . .. ... | ? 1 - r ..,. il. ? ' 1 7 ... , ||*f ? 1*1-*. hoff, lr . J . 1 Mal Ti rr Parti l. tl ind in *? I lerm ? line ri c;.* . . ?. ? lief e. v' in '?'?'?? ?? :? city i - - i ti. in and IV Vd ' r th* ???nil RE 'EREES API" UNTED. Vndrewa. .1 - i Hull ling nm! I. an Kta rlatl rn vs Bn ? H'"ik Pnrk 1. , ? ? ? ., ' p. rhati Itl ?Kl'. KP.-; Al a'i UNTED. ? I , v Ire* ' ' Kelli v i ? nun n Itt it llylll.eh.lff William lt Thni it, -i ??? llenr) ' " ' M " '"' v" ' ? I riOLBNT COLLISION IN BROADWAY. ? ? : .\l' \'.i IMS CRASHES INTO a VAN' PASHENOEill IMI.Y SHAKEN CT* ONE "'.. TV.', i ITT WI ,.','. \ss As cable cai No VA of the Bro Iway Line, 1 up, v. Ith Michael Molon , in rom ded th* .a,rv- al rwenty-thlrd-.t, al ? o'clock vesterd . ? m, a dual le ti ? k ol I tempi ? nd was bj the ? a, ubi' I; wa* ero. li il Th of th* fiirnltnn van evldentl) did not noilci md tl led to - r.c ' ........ ., the if tbe van. Tl 'r-o-l their Sen) ' ?'" "i" ' " " ' ? '.l , ? ..I'' inti m, ' ? | tr. Ni ?' H. fore H. arrival. 1 lous ... TROl ll ! - OF BUSINESS MEN. TVA, \ - ' ? ? ' j ? ? - ' iff! -. ' . ? ' Ihe I a I and -r - ll \ ? . Il !l il ?? ? \V ?; Taylor lt the ' Henry A. Mott li b ? k Vf iy, after tt . . . . . i ' - ' M tek, a nd I ? ANNOYING VI TE< Til i. < U.i i r IRS - A COPT M i;\t ?? ? ? I i nd i th. ? V't im.) fl lay, and told As v -int- re tl '" ved ai She tal '? th* w u the alfe of a | tty. Mr. Mc Intyre I I tu 1 nt out fr un ' fi v... I, over M ta of li ... ? ' ' Inti ' : j ,u may need i ' ''-il sn lim is ? Vtr. Mclntvi he Intends to la) 1 / ir v.,;: *, pgOM TUE Vi py vi /,-., Tli- cruiser New-York lefl her anchorage ott Tnmpklnsvllle, Stsien Island, .-.riv yesterday morning, and started for Gloucester, Mann., lo at? ti I ol If:- Minta sp dil next wet k The training-ship ii-s.-s arrived al the Navy Yul yeati i Sha c ime (mm Nev and brought a draft ><t ninety three appn u h., ar- res ly to bt naval duty Th- BBSei will return to Newport, r, celva anothei draft of boya, and then go od for a Bummer ? i ula* a few workmen w.t.- employed nguiu in the Con Btruciton Department st the Nsv) Var) yesterd preparing the drydoch for tba San Francl.eo Otherwise the condition of the work tb.-r.* remained about the Miine a- ,n, Tuesday. A -p.ut was publish.-.1 O' loin,' that tb.-.l'. na mite mis.-r Vesuvius nae ii, be put ..ut ol n after the trtui ..f the Minneapolis, and turned Into a gunboat Thia report do., not seem lo h.- bon.ut t>\ the fa- Itt ,.f the i ate, and is contrary to iii- expectation which the ..tb, .i of tbe reseal had when they left here. A iHon ..f the opinion thal this will not be done at present is the fact thal Lieutenant Comma Harry Knox lia- been ordered to relieve Lieutenant Command*! Frank Courtti ol the .mund ..f the .. August I The roil".' ? neer officers al the Navy Yard. ul., have h?en onlend to attend the trial of the Minneapolis an t*> be at th- Cramps's plai e on Monday Chief Bnglneei tl B Rosa I Assistant Engineers It 1 Heil, F C. Bower* and lt T Hall; Assistant Engineers E. L. Beach and ii w Korater CHORES ni li n TAX COUMIESIOXER. Pi -,r .! K.-iii ? lav appointed hy ths Tm ii,, ir! Deputy Tax Commissioner, In the place ?f iicnrv Bracken, who died ree ntl) Mr. Kelly kai been i" Ihe Tax Departsnenl eight years, as a ci.-rk In Mr Bracken's division, which Included tha Twenty-fourth Ward For th* tost (fear, particu? larly, during s/hlch the deputy's health woe I Mr Kelly ha* discharged Mr Bracken'* dutlei pr. sib nt Barker, of th* Tai ld yeatenl iv thai Mr Kelly'! waa purely a Civil Service ip al. reputatl m for efflcl mc) and wa- an enviable on* The aa la ry ol a Hepu iy Tm Commissioner ls (0,100 wis- BVWORT s<> ur "or TttUERLE IBREATBD Daniel Tensalt, ? amooth faced, Intelligent look lng youth, was a 'prisoner In Jefferson Market Court yesterday, charged by Hark Policeman /.nisb-r wini mali iou.*, mischief. Al.t H o'clock on Wednesday night Zwurier, who was on po*t in Union Squsre Hark, saw Tenssll hurl a paving stine through ? plate-gtaai window In Harris's bar r.'om Si S>-v,.[,(.-. nth || ?., | Fourth-eve Hurry? ing Bcross th.-> svenue, Zwlihtr placed Tens iii nuder arreat and locked him up In the Weal Thirtieth? es, station Ifeaterday morning Teimaii said he broke n?. gin*, because he sras hungry, ind wanted to t.* locked up, to he cou ld gel something to cat, and have a Blocs to steen "i received s g.1 educa? tion In (Jermain'." said Tensall. and came to Hil. country to earn my living, but I have been unablu to secure any employment." A quantity of Anarchistic literature and a formula for making dynamite were found In Ten? ts.lil's j. isaesslon !!?? denied, however, that he was an Anarchist. Justice Voorhees held him for examination. .? ?> THIS TOUNO WOMAN WASTED fm. BHE PM!' SHH MOVED IN "HIGH (sOCTETT." AND OFFERED Tn WRITE A TESTIMONIAL FOR MP. DE FONTAINE. W. H. De Fontaine -fir the transac ? Plftl ive., near Seventeenth-et < rn Tuesd iy a ; bled .'. him, buslnesi waa ill ire that the would not give I i name Rh* told Mr De Fon thal her fir-- name was .Maud, and her sar? il H'-r father wai a Wall Street Im.I: lived ::i Madison av-, ih* BiSO told She ? v-n grew in Her parents lat tlon. and o-en al Atlantic City. I.ik- all mysterious young rn men the v. ? e. .\* i m.-re matter nf detail, she ?*? ll ' bia::!- snd war a blue gOWB, Tl li eh irm ag youi g w unan hud an opinion a ci-. . ,; mufacture and h tlc -'f which .Mr 1'?? I-',:.: ilia- ls interested, ur. If she lld te .... pinion, -lu- ? u'.d mike on- to rder he l i Mr. li- Fontaine, w mid onli him BOO, She issured him that lt was cheap at th c. ii- in c ns quence of her blgh - lal position, her ti be ir irth much more than ?? '-.?? of .- rtain actresses '.ibo h.ul rlgn.d th-dr : ,--i. i to such docum '? 'heir photo grapti ? is iii advertisement fer th. Brttc ?? Mr he Fontaine cul! ti it see his way "lear to making iud . 'neat, an l the young woman '.'. : icsda) a >r:'-r, written "n hight!) --a-i-l not'- pap.-r of bi'.- quality, came, *o Mr, I ?? Fi ?" ? : ? layi in thi? letter tbe myaterloui y mug m un ,n renewed har offer. Sh- a a i ibu--] ther by telling Mr Dc Fontalni that, ai: i '.-r parent wai rich, ti- w*.s c o<.\ and wca.d not ? ?? her have ai much money ai *he wanted. She , p.'i rreatly, ind hoped Mr, De Fontaine n i!d ai -ii' hei offer, Yesttrda) ihe renewed th* n. and i I at Mr. I >e F mt i Bhe had ? me (or thc BOO, ihe laid Mr li? en : . int of the Joke Finally Mr I 'e I'" mi i ne ? . i ;.:- i lilj,or, In i gent* tnougl c.-lie manner, thi noi accept her gen-r "What! Are > iu not going to give me that hun ll'.-d d 'ii ir.."" ihi "All.lt eXCll msw >re! In the negative, hat I ome blond, i [ la ly who moves in the beal soclctv (orgol herself io far i- ? pi told Mr. D* Fonl line he ?? ul',.I ' 1 the i wu 1 ..' .' iSl.e | th ? i ? i hitting Jdr ll which sh. C ir ll c. ::?? .f the mn shade In rhe - .. ?' tht iii-- bi ?, '* ii - wa < . . t . .va (Ive " lira wil wilting f ,r thc rlevator Before ll ' ' ki y with her. In her 11 her pocketh k be .' lue ?-?? ti 1 in climbing : ' ng th* d or open* i on le Mr. Di ind an ti f the j imount of n City were found lng I",- whan ? ? .-. ,, 1 be identified i-?- lUlt Nf: I ? F : ? ,' ui. or sent -ri- of hit ..?: 1 told what ha 1 happene I. De i..i . eman ... m ie Mr I'?> ill in . have iliad lg.iin st oi y aa told to H it :n th- han li ( it. station ? ti id been mad- h ? t 1' istbly Jor l would not rei irn ? STATEN ISLAND FIGHTING SMALLPOX. HEALTH ? :-'Kh 'i<s PRON Ting CITT CALLED IN VTION . ,? -,r MEASURES' . IKES. - the Dlvtslon of < ? ? f th< ll ? .Tl Of H-alth. Wart officer. Of th* Staten ? Health i ? ii Edgewater Wi t fig! ting the sn. . ; i out ? f imallpox a few weeka ago, and Hr. Ith od er, de. ' ired thi x Dr. 1 ?..:>? wu* aen1 for al . ?. ed tl ?? ai imallpox Tbe a'.a:.- Board j: tnt itt representatives Isl ind, aril th*) "iirtruiM.i Ut. Ixity's dt-<lal ? . er Of new cte. . Dr Vt ll.el ( the F.dgeWBter Hoard of H-alth takt rae of th* work of i -? nt (ur I t ? ? -? -. ai i it as advised b) K*n - a Ivlce. the H-nith officials this ell ... h the i ? ill th tricia whei i appeal (? kept u| un tin ii. ?'..-.-:. f tl . lort , f It Hon's .taff has been ? c urgent request lhere io superintend Ihe w. rk of ind dl? Hon TO AB ITE TUT. RISER'S ISLAND NUISANCE s,,,\vs WIL1 ' * ' Vii:- AT BEA t'NTH, THE rniUWORg I- REPAIRED THU COMMITTEE l ur s T IEE THE MAYOR ? ? missioner Andrews, of the Department of ? i'b-ming vcr.-rd.iv that St his reque.i inl-Commander Deiehanty, Cn I ted Btate. Supervisor of the Harbor. luis consented to permit thi ty refu - I scows to be un . at sea undi th* luggeitlon approved by the ttee of rltlsem of the Annexed Dtstrtct can be .ana*-! out Thia la that a portion "f the crib work at Htk.r's Island shall be removed, io a* to alto** icowi to h.* unload.-l In deep water mst le the crtba rk, the refuse to be deposited where lt . beneath the surface at toa tide This ur . ? will leave the entire product of tb* dla ? Hil'..-r's Island lo be used Upon tbe refuse already deposited there until that ls (boric fi ted Commissioner tndrews bus requested Mayor Oil ro) to .ak the Dock Board to have the opening mud.- In Hw 'rib at one, mid until thal li done all Ihi .'ty refuse will be tent to sea. ?s aforesaid. The Bupervtsoi ol the Harbor requires us ,, ditton to permitting the nfuse to be taken io sea that the SCOW! shall curry Ugh! louds, and that means shall be taken to prevent th- tefus.* from nu overboard tn transit, ss the scows must he unload-: >Ul ld* il"- Sn li Hook lightship The Annexed District's c mmfttee t Five, thar ged i - ippi cs-..an "f ,ri Ible "d .."- ? hi - .'.-'gel. arise fr -tu the etty's refuse dumped Inside the Biker's Island crii.it "k. were "ti hand i" sn Mayor flllro) again ? Maier, however, '. come up from hit Far Rockawa) countr) wal yea t.u bu. and thi mmlttee .us llsappolnted Some of them expnssi as in it nmg language tired of "being Jollied" hy? the Mayor lt wi K Mer* Butta, Hall. Oliver, Ackerman and Block, composing the com? mittee, would h. around again this morning to tin 1 oul what the Mayor ls "going lo do about lt." PLANE or Tin: WOMAtTS EXCBAWOE, The New-York Exchange (or Woman's Work, No ll East Thu: I., will begin a free els stenograph) earl) to-xi week Th.-cia**, which ?::i be limit* I to twi si! Beet onl) om ss week si ms: Afterwai i thc meetings will be held more frequently Yesterday wi* the first day on which a;, Hun* for iii-mh-rship In thi . i be Bled ippeared tl ls the In a of ihe managen to mik- the class a | . Only women of gool education will be ad? mitted That however, wil! be the on.) requisite. Thc W.m's Exchange also announces that it has opened, for the convenience of Ila perons a '.\r^.' reception room on the second flour The room ls furnished tn antique mal sn I I* handaoma WHERE HIM ill A Yb PLRAEURR IRS COHBIS'ED Tba managers of thc Hotel Kaat.-rsklll have Just I a b ne is,un. ? Illustrated souvenir, descriptive of this web known hotel and Its beautiful sur? roundings. To the lovers "f Nature a more pleas? ant pia." lo sp nd one'i vacation can scarcely be Imagined, situated on the summit of tbe Kaat* enklll Mountain, over i-'.T"" feet above sea-levet, where the atmosphen li always cool and Invig? orating one can view from tho broad snd spacious pia,-..-,.is of this popular hotel the most beautiful sc,ui.-ry ol' the i iitskllls, and When OM ls tired Of thal charming panorama of Nature's beauties there an plant) of other enjoyments which arc snr.- to please even the mo.) fasti.linus. Concerts are given da* and vening b> a well-known orchestra under * competenl leader. A special feature winch \illi Interest business men who cannot (Ind the time tO enjoy a few weeks' recreation In tH.- mountains ts the tow-priced a-eekly -icui.ioiis to the hot.-i Trains leave New York every Friday st 1 US p m. from West Forty set nnd st.. returning on Monday morning. The to? tal cost ls H'.. whl. li Includes railroad fare, board and conveyance tO and from th* hotel Thete ex? cursion* arv likely to become extremely popular this summer. ON KIRK AT SKA. I LAMINS IX THI-1 AFTERHOLD OF THE RED Ir STEAMER CARACAS, ?RS RETCRNfl Tn PORT AN!, has tih: hold FILLED WITH WATES MAIL MATTER HAM AOED AND BOtfl CAROO DkBTROtED The Red H Lin- st-am-r CsrSCIS, wh! Cfc tefl th!* port on Tuesday afternoon far Li (Vaayra, r"' imes] y.-stcrday nu.rnlng with a tire raging In ber after h-.:d. Th., dre wss d ,: on Wednesday morning, when the Csrsesa '.vat 205 miles out from Smiy Hook Th" stewsfd raw smoke larawa from th* .. and st 01 1 the cap:.,In. A ' ,' t, sub lue th* names wa* made, but Captain Woodrtrir, .f th* Caracas, soon san- thal th* tire h il gained such headway thal fi" I '.al battened d wn th. after 1 itch and hes led his .team? er for this pori t;i* Caracas hod -* 11 ird, who wen irntsi, Al ' o'clock yesterday morning the Caracas steaming through the Narrows, blowing her wi le loudly for h.-lp. The tugboat Lenox, lying st thc Erle Basin, heard tbe wbtattsi ind th-caracas when th- steamer had reached it 'hbina Reef. Captain W odrtck put his iteward on board the tug and sent him up ti the Battery for th* tlre b ..it New-Yorker. The Caracai kepi on up the iiiy and was beached on Hie thats north of h 1: ?w*a Ul? and. Tiie New-Y 'rker. In sj.ite of the I I rud? der and pr.,;., ii .1 wen damaged, put out for the burning ship. Hie [ugh. it I... ix in ..rd* r to give ass I .tai tcessary. VI 1 th" tug Excelsior had come 1 iken off ? he p is-. When the New Yorker arrived alongside, th .f"*r hatch wa* removed and 1 big un tm of water turned Into the hold When th* h ? movi 1 the he it and gas , ifter hod overcame three of the ( the New* v rker. They were taken in board ? 1 .md soon recovered In ..ne hour and twenty minnies nft>r the Nco*. V .: ker had arrlvi 1 a! mgiide the '' raa full of ? T>.?n Cap 1 ?. Wo nt for the Baxter Wrecklag ''otiii. my :" pump tin- ."argo In th" il 1 a|. most entirely of flair, which was ri: nulli wen in the mallrooom In the after hold, ind when the fir* had been extinguished the mall bag* aron fount float! ti thi water. Th - ? .? re? ne v. I to the 1 ? '. ba i-i- 1 ri:. I e- irte 1 again Th- passengers if the Caracas wi tl boa 1 of the Re 1 11 Linc li du row. Cap tain V 11 ind haw th* fii The . ? the 1 'ar icai ? it flu 'the Injun The Caracas rested eal e waa I. .ached, an I sr ll bi lied nfl Th- ihlp was little ir.- ired. She take a new cargo In her aftei . on ber v.i .-it?-. ? A STEAM LXOUTER ON FIRE BEN Tco.-:. A FERRYBOAT AND A :."T OP OTHER CRAFT (JET INTO A JUMB! A LOT OF MINOR COLLISION! O Th f big itesi ? i tha Erle Railroad, lovers. nor'-- . - . 1 the B irge 1 ? " ie ? 1 ? men I for a 1 rh* ' ? 1 a Bhe had Just j a i OUl f: . ll ' ' . ed to the ever, th lighter seemed to.nvelopt a and smoke. The tags, ss thi - I her. bad their steam bose In working ?? '. iwn ?;? :. ber, tbr is Ta-- fl . ker In her cripple I con 1 but was ui burning tighter, s , thick wen The rei en ie cutter Hu lie Batter) in lu.ag th* tia uer.. The f-r: I tug si sh a a* the l,,;r- Meet if tugs irtft* l !? wn ?' ' ? I, For a 1 ?? -. pretty weil the burg.- ??> tai In 1 is - rt ' ? i - gr of th* burning Hg . tug. : . .1 I on the flat* 1 Q ?\,rH-i - !? iii an?l (he Are extinguished. Vi ? vi in burn? ing there wer'* on* ur two small exp! OtOO! from ' Th- ig* mt vies ia 1 the 1 out I ll ZOLA IS JUL HANDS OF THE CENSORS LIBRARY TRCSn 1 ] iii; Al MISSI \ ' >F HI! Bi - ?'. THIS COCNTRY. Dosi Inly ts are the sub? ject of corni er.'!- attention metals just now Then la ? las which -ays thai -. bul it la frequentl) dtffl ill to ? Just when to draw tl . of /ola's novell Man- Import.-1 for S ' ton man. and began to loubl whether lt would be advisable to ,' '.nut th.-m. Inquiry at Wai that there wis no I'.'.' and thai ell.'-tors must decide : r I Such deelilon being hard to make, th. opinion of thc Public Library Ti ty an ! in New York has been saki I. ' tei alli prob? ably be cons, l.-r.- I at 1 K Of the tees of th* Hostoi lt is generally bellen 1 tb it an adverse report will . ie ,,n th.- book--. Th- ly !n tli g in thal lt will ? it (or a . f,>r tlie Treasury Heparin ? rh- i'.'oks are In thi I house officials. ?--? -THE ttCMAXTTABIAN." The present number of "The Humanitarian," ed? ited by Mrs. Victoria Woodhull Martin, pn a well-Selected tabb- ? ( Mr-'. Mart.: secured th- servl es ol Slr Henry E H"v oe, i ? a of Ely. Lady Violet Greville. Lady Bu authoress of "The Yellow Aster " ai ! otl i known writers "The Humanitarian" has t tt- place am mg I - mssaxlnt land and Its m ls rap! ih In : tali this country. It is to bi found at all tl booksellers and upon the bookstand* In thia FIRST TRIP OF THE FLOATIXO HOSPITAL. The !"? atlng h ?*; tai ga*yly decki '? In flag* ?nd nd l< id* i with over and children, wa * fUvec g on her Arel ' I* son Tl Floating Hosj ' ?" nu::!, and ,,rtP" down th* Bay to glv* the | ? ot tau tomi r. . t.r. a bath In i i r. two iq iai*l meale and a good time get , The boat went dowi x- " rp. S. Ih left a "'en of thi hlldm "'?-J ci j st 1 around tha Ba) ?' I M ? o'clock. ___ rini BXOIWEERS DIED FROM YELLOW FEYER, Th.- British itesmsl'; '< ' '"? arni "? ?...... resterds) m i ns tran T:,: ? *???* reston, lui rr..u: s from yellow I I -ra cruz, where sh.* - ' v The chbf ,.,g : eel J I , ,. \'-.-- ? c. ? i ". implco K Smllte, the second engineer, waa taken sick ti 1 di i from ?? os thai 1,-iMtf ?' ? u in -? port ai a rn Si terdaj si as ired to | I her ; - ? __^^^_____________________?, C uro jj cn it CVotTcrtiocnu-iii-o. Brighton. Hotel Metropole. Tho most comfortable nnd luxurious seaside Hotel in tbe World. Finest Cuisine snd Winns. Music by Hotel Or? chestra during Luncheon and Dinner. En pension terms may be arranged. Proprietors: The Gordon Hotels, Limited. HOTEL OE LILLE ET D'ALBION. 223, Rue St ll Store, Paris. Hetween thc Tuileri-s Harden-, l'l.v ? V-nJome sn l N'-w Opera. Advsntageou* msng^menti for families. Beautiful Hall. Lsrge Diawlng R**?* Electrlo Light, ac, ^legrarna, "Lilla blon. Parla. HENRI AI1A'>IL._ itrimrMAN Ai?VKi:tisi:us will uni. tts I - I*ani si It-SM mt Th. Tribune. IS fleet RSBtM; a convrnlent pUn* ' b-av* th.ir sllWllliralBIB fe* W ??xation la Tb* Trlbua*.