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ENJOYING NATURE'S BEAUTY.
GREAT CROWDS IN* CENTRAL PARK. 9 ?CERES IN THE BIQ PLEASTRE GROUND Of NEW TORK ON A HOT SI'NI'AV. "Yr*." Bald a b:g. Bood-aatursd policeman, who pres:.;,. ] over thc peace af a P-.rt of Central Park yesterday, "lo-da) la one of our bk daya. No mistake aboai ii. Must be iun.000 people between "Flfty-nlnth-st. ai. 1 the reservoir No exaggeration, not a blt of lt. There'* ? 080 ter*, snr. a* shoot tag, Wbsrs arr- they? Everywhere. The walks narrow enough they ari- full of 'em; the Itali, 88,088 there, st ; ssl llstei lng to the music; tho Ramble. Jammed foi:, ai usual popular place, the Rimbil-; the carrooaal and Bummsr-hooses, io* of people in 'em. under bridges, n bridges, '? ? ti off seats, around tbs M nagerle, everywhere. Ons hundred thousand? Sure; big pl "? Park. What bringa 'em? Combination of h it weather and good I'ark Ha. ha! Al way a turn out well on hot fay* Bother us* Not a blt; all decent people." Ir ls on.y on hot Sundays Buen as yesterday was. thar the value of such a place a.* Central I'ark. Capable of affording healthful recreation free of ekarge to I f the c -v's population, can be Mtlm* (retch of hill and valley, lak> and lawn, i ? and woodland, haa an ali faVs-year-rou: I value nd poor alike. But ir has a apecial vaiu > thi !?? -..r In Bummer, for it Kives ;.. m-.: ;> ;,, .pl. their only r let from I r :-.-.. unhealthful tem bousei ? :' only glimpse of gre. n leavea gri wera, To others, s small meam ei ib'.e ihem to go lo tbs seaside or into the country ? few lime* in tbe aeason, tbs Park ls a 1 daya or weeba between tba excursion* oui of town. Fashion, athen fashion a la town in Bummer, <. the Park on Sdi lay, Tl page* anl liveried aervanta g'.w way on :h.:t .lay to th>- Mir- 1 rig .ml the unpretentloua "buggy" or carry. fi .-1 > mechanic ..r tradesman. A few business men who are early riser* nie for an hmir or tn > al rise, bul for tbe remain.l-r of lbs daj th. 1 : . : ? j. Uh* are I ... rted, WELL DRESSED ANO WE'LL BEHAVED. No one could hsve sat In Central Park yesterday an.l wai ned I ht >s*lng i inorama nt humanity wltboul bi ?. ? mpr< a*. I witt the opp. ri i wbtch mtrj offers to aober, Industrious, wall-behaved peop'.i A ababby, ilouchlly dressed parson a The materla'.a of which ih? ,- ,?? mei tl Id ibi ? ol the sromen w.-re mad ??? re not all .?: the choices: quality, bul ?the cloth w.,s good and strong, and aeai sad ser? viceable, and i ii I and fitted usually w;:h abua dan. evldei mate. Few women there were who wi re wltboul a dainty muslin waist, a bright ribbon ai the tm* st, or a bonnet bright arith fl wers si unentB. The young glrla had trtcki I themselvi I ? yly, and the young men, who wei I far away from " bore a conac i- slr of satisfactory personal ap p,-ar:' - f vanlt) ai I pride, maybe, but vanity anl prl ? of thia B >ri ar.- attrlbutea of pr a perity an'. contentmi I The Ka-: B Ibuti I largely to the thror-g. but lt wai ? pan of tbs East Side. The Id'.e, the thrlftlen snd tbe vicl ii do not go to the Park on Sunday, aa a rule. These have m t.. .}o. light in a eui ..f foaming beer and in the stn phcre of a Heater-st. grogshop than In the fresh air anl bi : the Park VT *kedne*s and Nature ,irr ? ?? gi .! companlona It i tbs hon's: mechanic, shopkeeper or day laborei a i works faithfully for als .'.ays In tbe week and gives his earnings to I - wit . wbo takes bia family to the Park r. Sui Th.- ea rter of the crow ls Which r-. to the Park Ia ll) a:, tv ? ? fact that I rr.etlmes months go by s a thal day. Aim >ai every irreai li for oi f three causes ?fas* driving, picking Bowers, <r wslking ol tha grass. Tbs srrest* for picking (lowen all maJ" In May and Jum i not to be wondered al that > fraction of 1 per cen) f thi aometli yield to rhe dtsli ll bloa soms. Tbe ; for fi-- or reckless driving ara ;:c 11 j ) ui | : rs ii .-? apenl Vi to hire a leam to take their beal girli I who know ,it:le i f driving, and do I ?: r..i. I dapger to other ;.jms which tba apeeding of their animals erestfS rresta in ever male cn Sunday for n -o.-i>t. Th>- p i;r? rec ords are an ?xc-iv-nt rrlbute to the temper peacefulness of the crowd, li ;? tafe to pri I 1 that extremely fear of th* 100,000 p. ; i in the Park yesterda) w i ever eng ge In ruaadea ot destruction agalnai their em] ?yers' property, or of Intimidation again ii fel a ? ; yes a r. il ai.-:-, e Wit ral I'ark ;s the day of the j . ' rich: Fir;, I r snd itrength to the country. WHEN THEY OO THERE There ere really three <lirf.-rent sets of people who visit Central I'ark on Sip.lay. Tb" tlrst set comes early in th" morning by T,. and sometime* 4 o'clo. k. lt is mostly compose.1 of lii-rmans. They are Willing to get up early In order to enjoy tin Park in Ita freshest, most delightful aspect. They seldom stay aft'r the beal Of Ibe forenoon is on nnd never after the midday eros li arrive These tarly comer* usually have dollars Jingling In their pockets which wih be spent later in th*, .lay for railroad or Bteamboat tickets tr, take them Into the country. The si-'ond Bel i? th* midday crowd, by far the largest of all it begin* to arrive before noon, and continues to Increase until about 4 o'clock when the taral begins to j.lay in the Mall, lt 1s beterogeneo ia tv h. n the different occupatlona, environments snd ancestries of rh" people ar- considered, '.ut homo? geneous when Judged from tin- point of view of honest purpose snd good average i itlsenshlp. To sit or walk in th<- Mall is a pleasure In which all Unite?a pleasure whl.-h makes all kiri. The dapp.-r drygood* clerk, with a fancy ribbon on his bat, light waistcoat, fancy shoes and whits hands twlrllni a cane he is unmistakable Hs al most sijs. "Ona yuri or two?" aa i,>- pansrs. The air ls froth bablt. He ls not thinking of the shop. A mechanic atrolla by with his portly wife His hands show thnt he works about machinery, bul his collar ls white and his coat ls neatly brushed. There are the young married . ouple, the rountry men seeing tbe Bights, giddy young (.'iris and 'oily young m.-ri who think lt no harm lo flirt a bli only a little bit. of course the Irrepressible small boy, who, however, h usually represslble If bli fati.. r ls along, and ti:.- well-ordered family who Walk through til- i'ark two bl two w-,tl. new shoes squeaking In unison, Th. se precise people never neem t'> enjoy themselvti r.i much as do the others' They seem to be thinking all th<- time or rb,- : in they ar. not having. Then then- la rh" disagree? able man wh.. "tari.-s ht- pleasure sadly," ibe wag, the cheerful and endless talker, snd about all the other types tba! have ever appeared In ^>ng or story. It ls amusing t>. watch the Chinamen go about hand In bani Uki i I ll tr.-n. Between th.- tt.-.-s can be Been the splendid new houses that ar- being built foi John Jacob Astor Commodore (Jerry and others The line new hui. ls around tlie Plass ena also be Been. WHY THU PARK IS V AI. I* KI). "Why is lt." says s stroller to his companion, "that this fine Park happena to be near the bornes of the rich instead of being close lo Ihs homes of th.- poor''' "Perhaps th- poor value lt ht r-- because lt ls not so near them." says the companion, "? ine prlzis mort something that be make* an ell .ri ik get. But Centra] I'ark ia not real.) far fr.na any part of the City, lt ls only a few blocks from the homes of thouaanda ol pe iple. and is easily rea >.. 1 by hundreds of thousands. If Central I'ark srers on the Kast Bide, lt would be for tbe Kast Sid". If it Were on lt." West Side it would be for Hie West Side. Situ,, tri! Whet" it ls, lt ls for the whole city, and the people hen come from all parts ,,' the city." The third sit of people who visit the i'ark are the "lovers," ss lbs good-natured policeman described them, with s amlk "Come in tbe evening of course.'' said he "Lot'l ol ? ni g.-: engaged her" Oreat.-st matcb-makli g pince In tbe city. Walk along, oh, ao loving!- Talk, nh. s. aoft. Bli on the beaches an i" ? finishing ih* ? ?? ? with a ?weep of ni- atm. "Never Interfere w;ri. 'em? Of course n..t. Ever hear ..f th.- dei lal ?? if i Wlscon sin Coun about matchmaking? Young man called on girl, 'liri Iked lt. Old mun didn t, Oki man kicked young man oul ..f house Voling man sin 1 for damages. Jury awarded young man I"..'**) and the girl. Sail cou rt In' was a imbil, necessity and mustn't be Interfered with. Batni here; public ni - resslty, mustn't bs Interfered witta." CHILDREN LIKE THK animals. The menagerie is naturally the place of greatest BB tove! to the children, and the monkey house, In ?pile of Its familiar sights, continues to be tba n. .-i popular of all. Not ev. n the sleeping Numlilian lion nor the Bengal tiger with ears twitching to keep off the files and tall nervously switching along the floor; not even rh.- bump-backed ra mela the Mowing and snorting hippopotami or the big Wapiti leer wi'h bia Henri Irving walk, have tbe attraction for the small t>o> with a bag full of peanuts that the festive monkeys ha-.. "Queer things, monkeys." sa\s the good-natured policeman. '?.Mysterious, disappointing. Alwaya n-em Just at".ut io .-peak; never s|-,.k No mys? tery about lion. Would chew you up if he got at you. No mystery about deer nor rhinoceros nor tleiihant nor eagles. Itut monkey ,, dlfTerent. Known a lot, clever, looks serious sometimes Then goes ind turns somersaults for a pt Knut and ucts like i fool Disappointing animal, What was lt a nig rer said once? 'A monkey could tulk If he wanted lo; but hes mo foxy to talk if he talked, then, Dy goily! he'd havej to work.' " Yesterday will not rank among the record-break? ing days In Ute year for heat, but the temperature and the humidity were high enough lo make living In the city rather uncomfortable. Perry'a stree! thermometer recorded 88 degreua at 3:3U u. tu. yea terday. The record for July 15 last year at the same hour was 79 degrees. CROWDS' AT BATTERY I'ARK. Krom early m..rn lill late In moonlit eve old Bat t-ry I'ark was thronged with young and old folk of ,-veiy rationality Foreigners numerically predomi? nated so manifestly that VSterana win.se memory reverted t" boyh.I days ,,f twoocore y. uri ,,r more ago were vividly reminded >.f a simple song, popu? lar in Its dav. as Bung by long-hsln I wide i ollared .loshua Hutchinson, of th.- original "Hutchinson Family" of wand, ung ballad singers: ?come along! Come along' Mskt no delay, come from ,-verv nation, come irorn even way; Our land", thev ar. broad enough, have no alarm: I'ncle Bam ls rich enough to give us all a farm. The appearance of the multitude, BO far as raiment wis concerned, was varied. Blue-eyed daughters Of Krln "a-wearln" o' the green" strolled side by Bide with dark-orbed senoritas from sunny italy, ap ? I in all the ci.irs of th- raltib.-u Hal.v di C irai. i excursion steamers, deep-lmlen with pleasure seekers, flitted hither .ind thither srrosa the sunlit harbor, anl strains of music from bands and string orchestral on th.- passing steamers floated over the glistening water. AFFAIRS IN BROOKLYN. HE iUCCRBTJED AT LAST. HAVING PAIUBD T.i KIM- HIMSELF WITH AN AXE, KAHI'ATUICK COMMITTED SUICIDE rv HANQIKO. John KarT-itrbk. n eablnet-msker, thirty-eight years old. committed suicide some time Saturday night by hanging himself from the rafters <-f tbs cellar of his home, at No. 4. Brholes-at. The body was not discovered until in o'clock yesterday morn .i.g. The man had lived with bis wife and three children, and bad been unable to find employment for many months, ile constantly brooded over his ni-inck. and frequently expressed a desire to .ii. Thr.-e months ag-, h.- tri-.I to guillotine himself while his family were ssleep, by putting a pulley un a nail in the kit.-hen and fastening an nv- to lt. When he pull.-d the rope h.. irted t" hav.- the blab of the art. strike bis neck, bul he failed. Enraged at this. Karpatrick seised the axe bj the han,il-, swung it to and fro between his legs, anti anally brought the blade down on hla head Betreral tines. He continued to Inflict the wound* until he fell un conscloua lo the floor from losa of blood. In ibis condition he was found by ins wife, ano broused the occupants of the buns,. t.v her screams B ii y- m O'Brien removed th.- man t-. st Catherine's Hospital, where it waa found thal Ms skull waa fractured In ev.-tai places. Th* hospital d. did nol believe thal Ihe man could possibly re rover bul In four weeba he wm able to Lave the hospital. Again Karpatrick tried In vain to rind employment, bul failed, lin Saturday afternoon Ii" told bis wife that he was going out to try again. That waa the Issi Been of him alive by bis family or an* of the neighbors, lt 1s supposed lhal upon his failure to lind work he returned to h:s bom.- nnd went straight to th.- cellar, where he prepan l ? All through the night Mr? Karpatrick searched lb. neighborhood for ber husband KILLED BT A ROCKAWAY BEACH TRAIN. Jesse gpendler, n boy tarelve year- old, who lived with his parents at So. '.'7 Warwli k-st , was struck by tbs engine of an eastbound Rockaway I train yesterday afternoon, ar Atlantic ave Barbey-st., and killed. The gates had been I ired properly on the approach of the tran the boy, In hla anxiety to gel to the other si!.- ol the track b.fore the train cul him off. .raw!.-i under the gate. He gol aim.-st ,.s :.ir aa the track when the nolae ol th* rapidly approaching ? ir* teemed to confuae biro. When t" > lat.-, b-- decided to run a.Toss and was struck by the loci m ? nnd hurled thirty feel lo one side, He wai pl ked ip unconscious and die i before an ambulant'.ii Firrive. HE BEAT HIS Si>N WITH AN IRON PIPE. Iianiel Mogan, nineteen years old, who llvi I Bi No MS Thlrd-ave., became Involved In a ?; with his father, Jamea Hogan, al their I Saturday night, and in the Inter (ha: followed, the father was worsted I'pon I ihe son weni to bed, but thi fat hei rei and hla anger Increased sb the night advene*. 1 Karly yesterday morning he s,ir.?? sri Iron and going to 1 I ither steppe i up t ? th* b* hi* son aeveral blow* over the head with th. pipe Busing a compound I the slr; : An ambulance a t .iii- I ai . in w i* taken t-. the Norwegian Hospital where ht? lion is aald lo be ci Itlcal Jai uuault, but wa.s arrest, nlghl WYXKI* WAS NOT A GOOD Mil : IMA! Mrs. Cattaei n* G eta, th rtj leven yean whits standing on Hm sidewalk near her .'nine, at No. i?i ir\,-,i ..- . ic- on Saturday night, wa* n th* right f.?-t by Ludwig Wy xor, who llvea lop floor >.' ' I ni ling, Th.- il been fired bj Wyxsr at some nan wbo wera ; * ? lng In fr.in- of th* hi ise and refuai 1 to bi ?:? w t ? -i kid them fi rn h ? window, Wyner waa arreated and held on a .'barge ol assault In 1 .!? gr. e. QATHERBD ABOUT THK TOWJC, John Wilson, tlfry-flve y.ars ol I, while asleep nt in pea window of ins apartment i " of ? ha live-story I S ?. ?'" ioui on l-st., early yesterdsy morning, (eil to th* walk H,* -kuli was crushed in snd bi few minute*. K,i'<? Bishop and Mary Lyon, sixteen snd fifteen yesrs old, who tan away from their homes in \ ton, N. J.. ..ii July lo, were found In Hr. klyi t.r lay. The New-Jersey authoiitlefl wet While attempting to disperse a er >n 1 In At ave., in Baal New-York, estel Pol James Gillespie waa str.i.k by isl md a the sight of one ey... Michael Coy ls, tu have thrown th" ?* me, la atlll All the surfscs and il.-vat. i roadi were tax e l y. Itt r lay lo their ut rn isl IO I ammo 1 '? I crowds that wire enjoying the beautiful weather, ALLEGED POLICE BRUTALITY. J. g. BOTCH, PRESIDRNT OF A WHi:i:i.Mi:*'. CLl'B, BAT! HI WAS ILL-TREATED UV \ BEROEAMT. J, P. Pitch, president of the Riverside '?' men, ar No. KO Weat Om hundn and I irti it., was ii prisoner before Justice Burks In Ibe n n Police court yesterday rn.,r.-. ng cl irgi I wll lng *Ir ? j :. u snd disorderly. He asi i.i BO, i bs pa;-:. Tba oomplalnant agali rsa Ber gesnt Delamater, .' ths Wesl One-hundredth-st Bl irinn. i it . strei toual) i lei .? : thai he aaa the rle tim of i p Ile.itrag* and th i he 'iii nol ? ????y been arrested without ihe i lg ? ? moe, bu be was brutally beaten snd kicked by Berg ml Delamater, while he was being Isken lo I an i also aft .- he r. ? I hi n \ Mr. Plti h la a -??!?? rat hei ? : looking . about thirty yi al s ... : II. aid "I ha I drink ? - at night, ai ga At I ??'? ?'."? k (hi* morning I wai al lewalk ..'. froi I ol tbe club .-? laug! ng and [oking with a few friends when l wai ippi ? ? Delamater. Th* latter *" if-;., l i ? : ihi coat, and after ?? ik li g ? : mj teetl I al 'pi" I mj i ola* hi I said to him That' - all i Igfcl; Captain Mui ll ara fi ? Withe ir ai :. the big lu r strmk ii." s Ith hla eli iui ng me t-- al iggi r Tl ? n he to. k and --ar:. 1 ai th me to th* shortly sfterwsrd Joined bi a p i i lumbus-av* . between ' >ne I i < ?rie-hiin.'.red-and-iif:Ii s:s . while I waa remoi trul lng agaJnai rm arrest, tr,. Hergeam rt ruck ?:.. > bl is In the fa. t which knocked me down bi policeman ki.ki-1 me. A- th. itatloi houe, I nirn.d over n.;. mone* and valuable! ? i th* d.?k, and wis thrown, none ? , ,., , Before th* door wai doa. I, il Hergeam and an? other man hrh gave m- a i.ir- ng punch u the '? ? Mr. Pltch'a face bore unmlatakable slgni of lng been punched Mr. Pitch ia I "When 1 was loi k. : uri I ha ? IM M in po rket, bul s reached court I was ^h .rt $'J'i I can't, of . >ui tell where thai wi nt " Sergeant Delamater complain. I thal Mi r ? wai t il onlj irunk and disorderly, i.t tl . ilted ?? a ii i Mr. Pitch said thai wh ii ?? ? Rergeant Bald was an absolute and unqualifli l false hool, ll- said In explanation ..f hit arrest thal certain members of tl I ? a at the Ons-hundi *:. station wer.- unfriendly toward the c uh mem? bers, for reason* he sal!. whi<-h he wnn.,1 .iji, n t . th* Legow ''..ii.n..". He ul I hal ther if tb.- members waa arrested about two weeki igo with .' any reason When Mr pu >, ,.,,.: j , .,.,. In oouri ba ...-k-i for ? recelpi Berg. ... i.. , mater, in a rough manner, gol bim b\ the arn BSld "Gel "Ur of here; wu can't gel a h?-re." Mr. T'.'.oh aald lubsequently that he would plain to rh.- ; usp*, lor of thi llstrlei of ih* brii:al marrar lr. Which bl WSS treated. IllFSF SAI.VATToxists BABB Too VTfCR XOIBE, Salvation Army exhort-rs Hr* making things un comfortable for residents In the neighborhood of One-hundred a> d-t went v-flfth flt. between S- ul nnd Third aves Numerous complaint*, hav been made recently thar the worshippers are making a nuisanee of themselves from early morning anti, midnight, by singing and beating drums, pounding cymtails and blowing horns. The Sw.-dish branch of the army is in One-hundred-and-twenty-flfth-Bt, anti the neighbors say tbat th>* mil*" ls un. i thal between aervioea a continual practice on the ilrum. ami horns soea on. s.vrml attempts, it arua aald, have been mad.- ia have tin- captain of the branch stop ihe noise, inn t>> no effect. P. J. Connell, son of Hugh Connell, trsaflUn Of the Emigrant Savings liar.k, called on Justice Burke, al the Harlem I'oli.-e curt, yesterday morning and laid th" matter befon f.im Ths Justice referred the .-ase to the Health Depart ment. Mr. Connell said that a petition had 1.n drawn up and was at present in clr.-ulatlon by the property owners and residents lor lix* abate? ment of the nuisance. Only spoonful is require!, of (TevM's i ^-??i .^^in.?^rDft\l/r1o^ Ba__ingPlJ^er cot NEWS FROM TI1T, SUBURBS WESTCHESTER COUNTY YONKERS. Ore of the lirrreit audience* the First Methodlal Church has ever held ssaembled there last night to b.,ir rh" pastor, tbe Rev. F. M. Davenport, speak on "Arbitration." There were in the audience many represent! . of the labor organise!! na of the city. Contrary lo tbe i m ctai rn of all present Ibe pastor bsd nothing to aay sboul th" Pullman strike, bul conl fl ed *cuB*lon of i!-.e subject. II" recommend a in all disputes between labor ll ' an effort ti arbitrate the matter by conference; If thal falli to settle tha ii,tb 'ulty, then by an outi : ? e. immlttea of con. Illa* lion; If thal li il then kl tb-re ]?? a couti '.' arblti il >n from whose decision there would h ? no apr* Th< ' *ral f J -hn il ihe M.- iiiii ?.?? i i hi : l yea lerday afternu n ;?. the large nan if the Warbur ulldlng The Kev. Alvah H. ll the Wi inn Vven la pt 1st i dated, ,. , \ f thc Coi . i ? ; ? of taxpayei fl h* ..;??. 11 .n of the N .rth nd Routh I 'lt illr .a I for a fran rhlse rh. '?'. ? ? ? 1 a hand* 'i... '. ? ? te nf ll lo the I-i:-. ern ' ? ? il the 1 he I teg en I ' I lon w 11 h t h. I'nlversltj will i ? ??' ' tee* to pl. : ? a high, r plane thi tutti It attn t , : ? ? ? nd physical cultun. ?uch isl ... i the I'ratt InBtltiil ..-r wa) '? '? k ? lr- I aub .. Of ' Boat < gai . NEW-JERSEY. MW MIK. Tito- fj ber ' ' i sting j terday at Marker and Halsey st ind dil Strike si ' tl. tlon of ti ?? Pe let il Tli.- apeaker* uphi ld the si ed Ihe | r. ..... tiona were red to be in ? ?.'. i ???,?:. lal I ' :? meet lng In the hall, 2 Pita. ?? ? eat. . | nd a lish speakers, who j ed them I ol the native bom hm rlkei four al : ? ? ? ; by I e If the He).rev ? ? ? ? . lb.- shops ei ? Paul Hr.ii.r thirty yeal i lr In i ? ? ' that he was si thlni ? .... : ' eli; , s I a ? t of Waverly, X. J., at ? ' a oi ? . ? ? ? , r I., rs t.-4c ' book, and whatev*i ses?Ion. A l ? . later Officer Tucker pl ? ? ? N issau-st.. Hrooli ? ? . ? ? . rhe :? ? ? ? ? ? . . Ihrll i I of Ihi ..il.* ball I. nd <>H .XOR Thi ? for 1 Hon In West Ol ? this ? st 4 ? ' i**. "ti Ihe matter, and i The pi ? s the nth*i in th.- district feeders tu li Thia h ' the St. Mai advocst. a Blender ma]orli light ?:..- Ihre, other dial *0. 41 this sni . . |, ? . isled and fl ' '? ? j| Harri*..) > .? ? .??? lt. f 1. I Thoma* H 1 irumn nd. di R. Wilmot I ? I and Jan \ ?' ll) nn. JERSEY 'ITV. J, Wesley not hem brothel of Miss Ii ene R ith : snd i porters thal ii- al t"t v. In thi haWi of using both w li. i-i ai i ."i him Hi aald i he * upon ib.- advice of ,i Newark physl lan, b it he r-v fused p. give tb.- ph) ? el in'* n ?' hael Hum*, of No 21 Hrunswlr-k-at., Patrick Wi rd, of No Van \'..r ' ll . w.iit on a s|.re.- Satur? day night. About i': ? loci yesterday m.-rn m i ira i,, alu.- unable io wilk Iii. friends pla- ed bm, . ' . ? hi ?? i\ent for a wagon When thej returned :i ? v found thal : Hum* had fallen fr..m the toop and i ii his bead. They tex I. him home and pla .1 Im on Ih* I where her died ? later '.'-' ird a ia ar lurked lip, but the p.ll ?? WI IS le.I able io Uti I V, lit Illili, a li" hil ? on all - I" Ul The train dlsj iteher of the I' nnsylvnnin freight var I ' I"' ? mini I. ink \Mt i'l." ' arith Itiati ? ? th* freight engli john < i Haydi n, ..n.- Ih. engineers, rei used '?? receive thi ?. .I a hen ai :?, i, , , |, | to , Hmh ..ti tb.- eugine Ila) li kl ? V. i bim off w.th a hamniei Hi Injin ??? wai ? light Haydi n wa arrested A mm bldle age, ? tout and well ii. . i. al.i nu il., i.ai end ol ihe Pennsylvania I la 11 road let i, i,.,.|. I'i i:.. ? i m ?? hen h. lefl I ?? i.. ? ? .*,'? w \ I ? ? ? I ? i i.i..i nins, Wh. n i he html ? li i,ii,'.. man tossed .. 1.k io another i.. ? ? -iii." .. .t . .?-,- "K ep that for me," and iutii|.".i ovirlMiaril The i.t waa Hopped, bul tb. man ml hcfoi . il I i. .. h lum i .... loi.k , nula!!.. I ?.'.. I,,'!.' "Smith, Newark," but no a Idr. i wa* i '?- -ii The sulfide was n,,, reiiorted t.. Ibe poll." A norse snd buggy with-.ut a driver rot on th. troll. tracks In < 'ommunlpatt a vi t 9:30 Issi iiir.bt ' a.. ..f th.- Newni irs run Into lt. killing the horse and wrecking the bugg) The cai wai thrown frorn th* track bj the ahoek, but none of the pa seni --i a waa Injured. GARFORD DISCHARGED RT JV RTI CR TOORHIS li Ifl noi often thai a Police Justice, whet, he a .-on,pi,,lot. ap iloi I*. ? lo tb ? complain? ant for so .loin.-, y.t ti, ,t b wire Ju Hoe Vi irhia ? ii I in Ihe Jefferson Markel police t'ourl \. ? terday lu the larceny cass ol Jan.. Mclionsld, ihe Weal .-ii lawyer snd mine ownei sgalnsl James <'ak ford, a Bon ot ons of lbs eourl officsisj In Oeneral ns. Mci 'unai!. it a iii bf i ? ? ? mbt i s bi robbi i ..f tl,SOO In "Billy" Mould's i ii room. No i.':??;: Brood waj ..-.ri. Wednesda morning li t Oakford, who wm in the place al the time of the robbed y, v.. ,: re ted i" Detective-gergeaut* ballet) and Sheri di.i sii'pi. ;,,n i,r being Implicated In tbs rob bery, and wii-n taken t.irt, aougbl lo bide bis Identity under the alms of Oakley, Hs was post lively identified bj Mi Donald as the man wb,, held Illili While .mollie! man willi Whom ll" al? to be ..ii friendly teran i .>'.??.; him. Oakford bad twa examinations baron Ju lice V'oorhb ir. Jeffer? son Mantel ...irt ind on ??..? ii .aston, on st tempt w.-.s mad.- to prov* thal McDonald wa* bo m . b under the Infli en. ? ? ... liq a al the Un.f the alleged robber) thal he had . nly a vague recol? lection of what ha i ". eui n i l'h" case waa s.-i for a Anal bearing ysstsrday, and when Oakford waa arraigned in court, Juatbre Voorhla dismissed ths .ms. f... lack >.f evidence To McDonald Justice Voorhls Bald: "I have heard your story and I ha\" m. dotl/M thar von wen robbed, but ther* u a*tt e**i!.> i- nt evldsnoa agalnat JAMES McCREERY & CO. To-tlav, July 16th, wo shall place on salo dec id od Bargains in Ladies* Underwear, Ladies'Cotton, Cloth and Silk Snits and in Black Ureas doods. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Muslin and Cambric Draw ers, pretty Hamburg edgings, 50 cents; former prices (?.> cents and OO cents. (aili bric and Muslin Gowns, trimmed with fine embroid? eries. $1*25; value $l.,t."> and $2.00. .Muslin Skirts, deep Ham? burg Flounce, $1.00 and $L25; value$1.50 to$2.00. BLACK GOODS. Most at tractive reductions in all-wool plain Black (repolin: 45 Inches at ,"?."? cents per yard; reduced (rom 85 cents* 42 inches at 60 cents per yard ; reduced from $1.00. 45 incites at HO cents per yard ; reduced from $1.25. I LADIES' SUITS. A Storm Serge Suit, lu Blue and Black, excellent value. $8.00. A Covert Cloth or a Blue and Black Storm Serge Snit, Skirt and Coat lined with Silk, $18.00. A printed Silk Snit, made from our own goods, immy colorings and patterns, $15.00. A Check Silk Suit, made (rom our own Silks, $25.00; excellent value. Ladies* Duck Suits reduced to$4,OOand $8.00; former prices from $6.00 to $18.00. Outing Suits in new and unique designs, of superior material and workmanship, at most reasonable prices. BROADWAY AND ll TH ST. th* def^ti t.inr tn hold him I have known thi la fan lint, tail I til it'd*. Ill* father I known for yt ?.-. bul thar luis no bearing on my ? ? Milionnld wa* nulla a nam si th* decision ..f ? ? ? \ ....ri.iv an I bel a- h.- i-f ? mri, *atd hs would jr.- befor* H.. Urand Jury with the essa and tr> and ),??..:: I'.'.-i... < n ,. ? ? l*r In Mould's barroom n i?b* i. -.?? 11 arr**t* I la ** nlaht .-iii-,-.. ! ?.?,??>, viola i -ir th* Bi ??*.-<? las tl Ina ? ? . ,i'. - t In I he morning M"l> nald took up li- -'.:.l In tr nt of M ? ; . ? enter ,? ? i-.. sn I rep n t* I ? i t r mai I. ???. . In Itlsen' i cl .thea, aent to I , ind ha ? ? ?? In gi I ting lo HOME*NEWS. \TTT.\T IS GOING ON TO-DAY. !:?;?? i *i p. tn. ur > Iud, s p. m. ; "' [nspi ' npany'a tun ? - ? !? ley a * lera" ?? i sgalnsl her*"*, Maa ' M talc ai >'? ., 8 p. m. ? rn. NEW Ti IRK CITT. Ung of I Old Gnarl t. Will 1"- hi 11 st ? ? ? re. on Sat ? Hubert < matinee ' ' a > ' i '' r." and ? COO) Mrs Frank I Fifty ' ? rk.*r >' rori > Voorhli At. i of the Ikfro ? ??'??ami; ' ? ? I ri thli a ten . ? ? M il . r directors of th* 1 t Riser Oem C lr tunnel un ? get through i l Will (lavena* ..Jr ..- I . i ? Tl c .*?'. m i. rh ? ? haas a ' ? Ul COULDN'T STAND THE .illTlsn ....... l:'i :? ' : IAD TO BU IMf RIB . . .; ''?.'' a i., wai nth I Ile hi . ? i .. ?? i..... ? i ri ? Wis.. .1 ' .. ' . . ... * .i k. re lt Bil ll ? r. I'll li ???? i t. < v. .-. a in th* t>:i B , ? ? ? '. ' ... ? , , rst. Hi .... , a ? r .?It went to ave .-?....- . ,-? - . ? S r. ? ? Weill I k; . ? I him sel .n .v. .;. 11. ? ? i s . I'.d -ti,. threat. They toM .i v * wss foin I with hl* revolt ? i ???? ? ! -., p|. ces ll had ?> .???;. , ed the res ,i. .., hla mo Uh an I timi thi I r and pul sn end u lil.i Tin vi ITLAA TIC TRA, ri 1 I RA, Among th* ps angers who .inIve.! lr. on Hi" I latnliiiri' Atu. ri.-ia ateiimalilp lt ? i Mai * ? t\ k ,- ..,-, i -.,: imann, .1 lum Fi '? Mri j, .tai .? if, .-,.. : Mlsa I. il ?? Helmi r, Helm . ?: il imann, Mr Mari irel Hain.ma. Mia* Mn ler, Mi - ? ? i . . i g. Mux I -. !? i -. Im il"i- - M ? ? mann, I nil .! , . - l er. A III M i'i Iii ? i ftp irliler, t'hm le* Htrelt > nt lilian I '; ..- . ? .1 ,11 I ? sn k Mn 1 k 1 Te* irek, Mt KU ? T 11 k. ?. Kn lerl li U li r snd Mi ? Kriili rick 1: ? ... 1 / VXERAl <>!' UROROR ir RR 1 ll 1 1/ Th< fm t,i ?'??,? -ir.- R Ch iii im, ihi foin r of 1 ni, -t M ig i.-..t . ," w iv ! "i I ) ? I erda) sftei 1 si e of Fi ink W Balds In, K ll "ih- Orang* (S ,1 1 Chronicle," in Waikei K\ ? : in ng. \ ?1.1..,.. of fi len la o ! ... : . I ? ? 1 bj U ? K. i Al ii.-v \\ hilt. of a. 11111*1 I. Kn ?b) nd w<.nj \ .in.mt. t com rawed d Mra Krsnk u Raids In, Mi - Marj u, ....-I u anl, l-'i ink W Ha" lain mi I J <* lt. linn ? 11. 1 tl ?? Sml Ina nn I the *?*, lng." Vin-ni; thosi pl Peni Were I'i,mk ll Boult, j.r. .deni ..f th.- "Century" Company; IVIII im \ ir., and ''. Wiener Phn ni ol "The Newark ? !.\ Call," .rn'. Majoi Frederick ll. .'ru-., of South Th* '. ?' '? ? ? tski n t.. I'lu a leiphla ?1 ? h. r imtlj 1.1 ii ..\\ ie 1 h> Mi Ur ail am In l.aiu-l ll I Cemetery. ? BC RX ED FY IV RXPLOSIOX OP has. An explosion of gaa following a (Irs In th. tu.-nt ni the tenement hon ?? Ho .'? Avenue D, al I JO yesterday morning, aexioualy burned four "f tn., tensnta ulm were Investigating the eau a of tli" lit" With a lighted e.neIle. The Injured were Abraham Cohen srd Bsmuel Zimmerman, both sged tu. :it'. rive, Jacob Wald man, forty-one, und Ad.didi Rtemhruger, thirty. All wer.- burned about the nanda and face, the Injurle* ol Cohen snd ?/.mimer mat. bein* ?-,, levers thsl st tl rsl it war, conaldesed de IraIde to remove them to Bellevue Hospital mi four, however, sftei hsvlns Leen attended hi tim bu lance Burgeon Kllroe, ,,f Hells vu-, .I. tea t.. remain st home. .4 1.11 Fl v STEEEAOR mn: iv a it KXPRCTED. Thsl ther.- win bs s lively v.ir in Bteeraga rates 1.ne win li acquainted with shipping Interests doubts. Th,- linn.mn. .rn.tit mad.. Satur.lu v In Eng? land by ih.. Am.ii..in Mn* thal it would maka a int.. of lerm than nfl frmn Rngtlah ports t.i this country waa b aurprtse, The nea rate in a eui <.f >.'. in rh.- rate pnl In force Issi Wedneeda) by the White Sim- people, Which .lt lhal time WSS Linked upon 11* .1 dec lal va cut, \t the ii.:.ti time the White star Line maksa a rate of tl" tu KngHstl (urts, and $15 from I ti.em. The American Lins makss a ten-dollar n.t.- to English ports, and $x ti westward, lt la th.night thal the White Slur people Will meet thi* I rule In the naar future, and possibly go lower. Nniie ut tbs uther linen h.-iv-- taken part In the 1 cutting. Neither ihe North Qarssaa Lloyd nor tits Hamburg-American, which, with the Netherland .merl .h. ami the AmiTu-iiii Line, form the Con? tinental pool, ha.* made a cut. It was said late Satui Isy nlghl thal the American Line would take tli" tlirhf for the pool fur the present, al though lt was nor Improbable thar all rhe pool ill .. .ul) rake a hand in the tiKht. Neither the French Line nor the I'tmnrd haB tho si gi tesl move sa yet. amt it in not generally thought that either one will he a fai tor In th- coming flrhr Both line? are conservative ? >r likely ro tak- lvi"ine?? a' a lo?*, whi. h '-,.. companies thsl sra cutting rat pm will certainly he obliged to do. errs for thf CA BYTES yacht CLUB. Castine, Me., Joly IB.?Tha -""astine va-*,. Club ? -n Incorporated wi*h th.- following officers: Commodore, Captain .T H. Gardner; viee-eomnao dore, Colonel A. K Botan, of New-Torn: seers ?ii ? ii ?:? i-.r.'r, (*har>? H Hooper; mesaurers anl lt itti Committee, Charles w Noyes, of N'.w V..rk, J. P. Shepherd and C. fred Jones. Two hie allver r*up* wera presented hy Vlca-Cosa modore Botan, uno, the Agoncy Cup fir club races, ther, the Turtle Heal Cup, open to all yachts Under Huh rules. The (Wt St present cm *:?t* of eigh' yacht* of ~i feet waterline and up? ward a.- l a number of smaller boats. The first i i ? wi.i *nke place on July St. FOE ABESICAE mr AT A MB VET rtRK. A ebury I'.irk. Julv lt (Special). ?American Hay I'ark. AugUBt IS, iromlses to b*> one Itesl days ever .seen at Oil* seas: le, i I ? ? ?? going "ri '. ir ? ms to m ike the affair a grand success. Ar rangementa have been made with th.- railroads to brim ' three excursions of Junior Amerl *? sll perta of th.- Bte te It ls expected that 10,080 mechanic* In the parade, ar: 1 parader win carry an Ameri.-sn ting. Tho boord of oil era will meet to-morrow night ? ihiight r.. complete the arrangements It la t. : that there will be 100,000 people In the r.irk that doy, MA Ul NE INTEL I IC ENC E. MINrATtRB A I.MAN Af*. ? I ?_ I i- -r's 7 St M 0*1 iel* a m 3 .r.i KoOS'l nu' 1". III.III WATKIt TO DAT. am Bandy H I Br44;Oov. I?inn.| Ti:, IWI Qati I'M li ?.. 8 ."....:..v. Uland 7:I2,H*II Oat* BrOS INCOMING. STEAMER*. TO-PAT. Fr. r?. T.'.r.-. .Gibraltar Jun* BO.Pabbre \ it I'rli ? ....I ?;- i Jun* SO . i ... ...O i ft . N O Lloyd . \, r- I ? . \''. Tr*n* ?. . .'.'.,._?? Ju r sj .v . Uv-Tji r ? . .La 'lu ? . 10 . l!-l !> . !. Hremen, Juli lt .NO TL'EliDAT, Jl'LT I*. ? ? Int* ? ? | '-. T ,,., !: M ....... Bl. Tl i ii ...it a . Ila-, i-i i. Jul) ll .Hi WRONicm w ri i.v ir ,... LIV" ".' ..WI lt* Star _ Bn ir- n tul> io . n .; [.loyd \ a ita. . lin- ina, .lui. U. Dili ubs OUTGOING STEAMERS. DAT Veiiel Mn* T - Mad* etosa V?**?l Balta ' r ii ?-. I i'll! Rrlii ' Kroc.1.00 | \ m mellie* .?*.' i". pm] TI'KBDAT, HIV 17 i li .rt .o p ti I ... ? - ? . -i.8:OOa ra BOO a rn I ... n ?.- i ...ni i ? i ,. 8-00a m 10:00 .\ m Cit) - . mi il fl ivann ih. 3.on p rn ui:;.\i:si.\y. JL'LT ll Alp* Ula* Oonah-**.? il on-im ron p m il. 4 .-00 a Bl 0:OO a rn N o' Rad Alar, Sn twerp. 2 i?> i- rn IBO pm 1 - imp'on. BOO a ra ll "00 a m N \ B . iba Havana. I?00pin 8 io p rn SHIPPING NEWS, PORT OK NKW-TORK BC SPAT, JT'r.T lr*, 1?9i. m:ki\ ED. Monard Uri. M rsan I. nd n .Tuly I, ? |ia**ena I I. Ar ? ni) mri, i an* 20. \ ? v?-i . i al ii i S-. ,:? ? . I Mill* .(Jet I Ri i ? ? . \ il v j, ni rr). Ludwig. Hum ' Ha\ r* ti. :??? if. ulan and 1-7 il. ? : n:- pa**ei K J iv.rtli \ni\ ? .1 ... -. ? i ? ,'H ir. . in S-. mi. i Am.l.i.lam iinr, h. Sn in.-.- ? lam J Itv I. vi ali nil ?? .ni I j a- ?? :..:?? - ? I . . i..\ .\. . BuUth of I'll.- Island i * ."."? I iii Mteum.i Plata I lt.,.' Iii I fanil la. itu June 24, P _; m.l Olbrnll - lui) l wllh md** lu I'help. Ul ?? .v fo Urlvml ll Ih* Itu n lip in III !i strainer i iran J* S'aasau il'ui hi, Nl*man, Tun Jun. _:. lu >i:-i ira 27. Trinidad 20, Cut ? I m 'I il \n\ . ' , ?. ? 7 I', i i an I'i lil".- ti u I'll li id .? aa I "ti. |..i -- ,s . \--i?.. I at the Uar al 11 .. asia Jul) ... \- ri an ip my . > ea* -l lu Wardell B .??. l-rii ??! al Ihe H.n al ll p m, 14th. si. un.i Ala nquln Hall Jacksonville an.l iltarlealun, vrnli ml .? anl passenger* to \\ I' I lyd. .>. I ? si. nu-..- rii) it tuguata, liasgeii, Havannah, with mdse nn.l pa*?ensi*r* t ? lt I. Walker A Ca ST.,r.i i: moke, Rnai Richmond ind N -r>!k, arith mite* and i iwnser* tn th* DUI liomlnlnn Btcamshlp t'o, .-..-,.i .1 iiri.-t .vin, MuTpher* Newport New* and N r folk, with md--- and er* In th* Old Dominion Kteam*hlp I o. so ni,.-r O.ilitati ro, Pennlns'on, fr .ni Philadelphia, with in.s. in w V i'll,;.- .* .'.. Slea.i .'..itait" riu. Rennell Portland, M* si. ,i .." . letti t.i win.tin Rennie, ii stiti. Troop, of l.ivni.i. Kills . .lui. l_o dav*, with I,.nu. !? Itel loud A '?? tet*e\ -. J u Rlwell A Ca Hark Pa** if I."nv iBrl, Vim, Marselllea BB days, with md** to order; r*sa*l r- John H Livermore Hark Rhawmul, Allen. Providence, f..r New-Tork, lo Hiller .<? Il..urlit..n San,ii li-..ii lau IR SM p ni Wind louth weat; liKht breese, ri mdy and l I s iiiiin, Bteamera Bursm (Br), for Dover; Qreolsn ilin Olii^c.-w Martello IBO, linn iiin-k Hiram Rim n. for Roaarto, THU M>.\ i:.Mi:VTS OP BTEAMBTRB. PORBION Pl hits. Biearaee Luranta (Br), McKay, fmni Usrerpo I. .nii.-d fr.>ni ji.ii-' .vin for N-v> S. ik al 13 IB p ntl Jul) 18 Bli iin-r s.n.I.- .Hen. K<-**ler. fr..ni New V.ak .lull 7 far lir.'ni.ii ani\..,i al Southampton .luis ir. si, un. i Aller Uteri, . 'lu l*i ,ffrr?, fr.,ni llr.-m*n rvill.,1 fr,.in Kouthampton t t Near v ?*k Jul) IB si...nil,..' stat.-.f California (Bri, iii.,,, from New Tort Jul) ii f-r Oloaguw, arrived al Moville July IS .??..m.. Hi hie.lam iDuleht, Brouwer, fr..m Am*t*rdajn f-r New-Tork, paaacd Dover Jul) IS Bieamer Buffalo twt), Main, fm,,, Hun f..r Kesr-Tork ps* ?? i Besch) Head July IS. 8i-.ini.-r Waeel*nd HI.-Iki. Il*n-?. ?nll-t fnun Antw*n> tor Wes v. :k imi li ' Bieamer Iji Normandl* (Fr), fr.>m New-Tarfe Ms 7 ntrli..,l ul Ilaire July IS. I, uiver lt ls trim thar mv client called tho p'.alntlH ii" ..x. but, Ciiiualilrrlna; the present hla;h price of beef, I do n it conakler thnt b very gr.-at Inau'.t. -tFUes-ende Hinetter, Ann iunr*m-nta. Henry A. Damkis, M. D, BO WKHT BOTH-BT. PlisnBBB ot th* N?rvou* Hi??.-m Oantto-Unnary Oraasa lnjpotcncy and atcriiltjr. Ii juts I w L I ts *\ O'NEILLS 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St, Ladies' Suits. i,ooo DUCK SUITS of Standaii Make, Light and Dark (irounds* Carefully Made, Three Qualities $i*48, *2.98 and $3.98.' .00 SHEER LAWN and DIMITY DRESSES, Heliotrope, Tink, Soft Blues, White and Black; Pretty Styles, $4.98; worth $8.50. SILK SALE 1,000 Pieces NEW SILKS for Costumes and Waists, 0(j per yard. About One-quarter Value. H. O'Neil! & Cc, eth A vp. ?nth to 21st St Someone writes: "Tell me ;ill al>onl your muck-fauBledrnsset shoo*.?" What! Uavewe been braggingl VS nil the fault ot' those rascally shoes? tlicv've no business to he so good. HOG E RS, PEET & CO. TttRtei. -Prince. BROADWAY > Warien. STORKS M2.1 Ht CARPETS. GREAT CLEARINa SALE. Tv.ikr-n lota, linet* BttBB ? , nf V i. An i. V.*Iv?t?, 8 Jj- tat I Kuri i HOM! MTS HAVI NAPS ir lim ot i Kita* ht I .ubi** RUGS . :??:. KIA. AT HF.MN INT PRICE*! New lanportatlon ol JAPAXKHR MIHil.K i 1,11 PKT*. - wa not to ha found I af '"* I2i1B feet Jw n to i.tVi to. t MATTINCS. BOO Rolla, Warahawii Bamoln, la Un* faun pait***?\_| bc cloaed out at. Hie ur if ms. prlc* r st ? ? ; I; *-'l? lia _, - -ni Hm <>f 11 f io rr c bbbj**i SHEPPARD KNAPP & CO., SIXTH AV . I3TI1 \M- NTH CIRCULATION TLLLS AND WE TLLL CIRCULATION TO ADVERTISERS The Circulation oi-* nu: New=York Weekly Tribune FOR JUNK* 1894, June 6th, " 13th, " 20th, ** 27th, 165,000 copW 164,560 M 164,860 44 164,800 M Total for 4 weeks, 060.270 M Average per week, 165,067 The circulation is entirely among farTft* ers and villager.*., and covers the taster Middle and Western States. Advertising rates low. For esttmaW address ?THE TRIBUNE." New-York. J