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W?EELMEN IN CONFEREN(
THE MUCH-MOOTED "BULLEnNM Ql TlON SETTLED. ciiob'K of an orneiAii oma* mapk WILUBO?? BBBIOM TlIH **Xn*SDM? " or tiu: utAocB. fit is nrouccD Tu BECNOKSIDEK His ACTION. The adjoumed Bseatlna of the League of An can Wheelmen reconvened at the Qrand I" Hotel yaaterday morning to settle several kn points left over from the annual convention, question of the ofil.-inl "Bulletin" was the t troublesome one to handle, but now that the q tlon has been solved I,. A. YV. members and tleularly the working members of that organisa will heave a algh of relief. Most of th.- Wea snd Southern numbers s*.nt proxies yesterday. The delegates present were: A. C. win Maryland; >? a. Perkins, llassachusetts; N. jtrewstcr, Pennsylvania; Sterling Elliott, Ma ehusetts; .!. Pred Adams. MaaMchuaetta; Ro Gentle. New-Jersey; J. J. Van Tort. Pennsylvs C. T. Cussum, New-York, C. \Y. Fourdlnei Masachusetts; Oeorge A. C ?oke, Kho.ie is! C. A. l?t:nn. Pennsylvania; .1. W. Dickinson, IN Jersey; T. J. Keenan, Philadelphia; u. O. B? New-York. T. \Y. Near)'. N"W-York; Leo li? man. Rhod? Island; \Y. B. Hull. New-York. Kn? ick Ktrr. New-Jersey, and Isaac B. Potter, I? York. The color line was again broiiKht up, when a ter from the Equal Kichts Council, of th*? I'is of Columbia, was read. The letter was not cussed seriously. The meeting was called to order at 1030 a. m. at 1 p. m. an adjournment was taken and the lowing COmmltte? was appoint?.1 to go Into ...xecu -.e.csion and devise the settlement of '"The Hull" matter: Isaac B. Potter, of New-York; C. A. kins of Boston; T. J. Keenan. of Philadelphia; < Cussum. of PouRhkeepsle, and J. W. Dickinson, Newark. The committee reported -at 4:3?> p. m. The 1 mide by "Th- Sporting Llf?." Of Philadelphia; '" Wheel" and "The American Cyclist" were rejec and the bid of Sterling Elliott of Hoston, EdltOI "Oood Roads." was accepted, as the commlttea e sldered that his proposition was the best m BV way. Elliott's plans comprise the consolidation the '"Good Roads" magasin? and "The Bulletin" I a paper which will be called "The L. A. W. Hull, and Good Roads." The new paper will bo of thlr two paeea, It is said, and six paces will be devo exclusively to th? official news of the I.. A. Member? will be charged S canta a year until circulation reaches &.0C-?, and live cents extra each additional MSB, up to ?JO.dOO. The associ?t reserves the rlftht to cancel the contract aft? i ninetv-days' notice A few minor changes w made in the constitution and bylaws to conform the n?-w order of thing?. Hereafter th? innual dues will be $1. but this \ Include th? - lbs Tlption to "Th.- Hulletln." In c? however, thai a member does not want "The Hu tin" then his dues will be '.?"? cents. Subscribing "The Bulletin" la not compulsory. Hereafter gecretarv will retain M per cent of the annual d ar.d all fees, SB per cent K^lU? to the different d Skma ?juarterly. Presiden: ?A'llllson seemM dissatisfied with outlook, and offered his resignation, saying that ' membership of the L. A. w, must be Increased 35.,/?.. before there could be any hoi*? of a surplui Thla action was a surprise to the delegates, I Mr. Potter waa upon his feet in a minute. spoke in the nm.st encouraging ?one of th- OUtlo as I he said that he believed that the Increaa? membership in New-York woul i be greater, In opinion, than ever before. He sala that such proposition should not be considered. Van !" thom-ht that if th? expenses were too hi<-h 11. ehould be cut off of Secretary Basaett's 13,000 - ary. Elliott was particularly sanculr.e, and sail tl he was convinced that the membership In Mas ehusetts thla year would reach 10,000 Oentle, New-Jersey, thought that th?* membership of State would lncreass this year from 1,800 lo 1,1 Cithers spoke In th?* same strain. Wllllaon then arose and admitted that he ml? have acted hastily, and h? ?aid that a? it was ; ren.se of the me? ting tl at he remain, h? would wl draw his resign ilion. The 0,288 ; ? alt, i with the Government wli the postal rate controversy was os ?b ,ut "1 Hulle?n" will i,?- r? turned to "Bearings" in probability. A1 ??.?--t. ll was the sens?* ?if the me ing that ll .-:. ml I be i ?turne '.. It Is srti l that A. ?'? Batchelder, of Buffalo, w is Indorse i by I It Potter, will mov? to this c and receive the appointment of han Ii. aM?-r for tl district, snd tha: A G Powell, of Pennaylvan will be appolntc>l handlcapper for Pennsylvania a for the New-J?rsey district south Of Trenton. Among the other api-ointments likely to be ma to-day 7s ihn! of W M. Brewster to be cha man of *he Transport?t',m Committee. Th** <V? Roads Association will hold it? m**et on July ', and *?. bul no: at Asbury I'ark. aa stated. Ma liattan Field, ?>r anoth-r site in New-Jersey, Mi t?. selected. RADICAL CHANGES IN FOOTBALL RULE A BEX1EB or MEETINGS BIM1LAR TO THOSE ? LAST TEAR TO V.r. HELD POR Mit FOSEfl OP DMCTSBIOX. Nsw-Raven, Conn . March 1*-?Walter Camp, a-cr tary of the Intercollegiate Pootball Advisory <',,t m'tt'C, said this afternoon that at ih" annual m?-* inj? of the committee, held in New-York last wee It was voted to make radl ti i banges In th? rul for th?- coming s?*ason. The detnlis have not bei decid??! upon, but it is understood that a seriea meetings similar to those held last year, under tl auspices of the L'nlversity Athletic <".ui? ?.f Kei York wiil tal? place. Masars, ?'amp.and Alexand Moffatt, representing respectively Tale and Princ ton. have formulated a ?ett.-r whi-h will be sent the various captains of teams In Ihe country, askir them to meet 'he committee at an adjourned mee lag, which will !.e held in iwo week?. Th?* comml t--e haa secured th?. opinions of Captains Thorn?'. ? Tale; Brewer, of Harvard. Lea, of Princeton, an Williams, of tha University of Pennsylvania, ai asks for Othere. THK ORIOLES IN DANGER MAXAQBMEXT AM, PLATERA AT ODDB OVER TH QUESTION OP BALAR1EB Baltimore. March ?'. (Special).?There is trouble I the Baltimore Baseball Club. The salary questlo has not i.'-rt. sattled. Manager Hanlon is not r< ceivin;- th? support iron, Mr. Yar.d-rh??'-:. th chief owner or tb? dab, that be thinks he shoul? and four or flv? of th.* best players ..r? dlsaatisfle and still refus? to algn. Hani n ha- written Jer ninss. McOraw, K.?<*.?.?. Kelly and Brodle that h w?l not pay them one cru mor- than th- advanc already offered them, and trat if they do not accep and si?m in time for tha Southern trip he w. withdraw his offer of an advance, and they wll have to play al laat season's salaries or no- at al The manas-er ?ays thai he has offered Kelly, Mc Oraw and Jennings each an advanc? ?,f 1600 ov? last season's s;?, lai ciark. th- catcher, received a letter from Jenning to-day. who wrote that tha four men had determine to hold out; If th?y were not worth the aalarl? they ark? 1 the?- were not worth anything, and woul not play. These men know that their playing woi the ehampions'iip for the team last lesson Th. Baltimore club cannot do without tin m The! Place? cannot be properly filled at i> at houi Without them the team cannot be expected t-, pla* championship ball. Hanlon will have t?, secure the* players <? r abandon hope .,- holdlr.?* th.* champion ship. SHOOTING AT BOILING SPRINGS. The secon?! day of the annual tournnment of th< Boi'.inK Springs Oun Club at Rutherford, N. .!. wai ??ven more lar**cly attended than the first. an?l th? crack ?hots who faced ih?* trap.*- yesterday repre aented about every (run .dub of note In the Stat? in?* a number from other States. \an DyKe, Hoffman. Apear. K.-Mar and Bmlti cont.nued to ?-rag? the li***i,lm.tte targets, as the? did on the ?lay |?..,?.., Th<* summary is as f,,uows< APKartan?i?,Kll?,:.V'nI0,?ari;,H WoB * V" *>*?? aidVforVmun.' 14?23? ?**?-*?? by Van i?yk. rIS? in ' _;? U'" *?M*i*-**em by Hoffman and Fourth match, twenty targets ??_ . . Fifth match, fifteen ur2!_ <v0 ", t'>\A^?/. ?? Aanr, Money and Bmlthn ,.;i ,," by x :i" ****? ?Sixth mutch, t-n tare? i*. \v,,m i,v t>r*~^r . M.loti and Bmlth, 10 iMh "ClMlw' **?*?? Beventb mat h, twenty-flv? tare_a_w?. . Apg?r, |5; ColMns. Kellarand Van l?Vk . sa?d.^ li.i/hth match, ten targets Won i.v M.dott v.^,, I>vk?- and Apgar, 10 .-.. h ' *M""U' *ai? Ninth match, twenty targets Won by ___, Cramer. Collins and Apgar, Ii each. '?<"ar, !?:. W. Morfey and Capuin Money, tha Brach Pigeon shots, who divided lir.st money in th.* Manu facturer?' Interstate shoot at Dexter I'ark I. i last year. i,*ok part in th? st,,?. Ing yesterday, but they failed to add to th<dr string of victories. C. J JIAMI-1N AI>KS To HIS STRING. Buffalo, March 1?C. J. Haaalln has bought Athatiio iZ:W%), ?nd win oampalgn him mis year. He I? a ii'.tai.N* addition to th. village Parra ?tring. and will ba entered In races for the 2 2<) class at ??n th.- Isadlag mwta to which <iitri?-s ?re open. He was bred by Qeerga vVarlow, of fresno, Cal., and gives promise of betag one of the ??"?at three-y? ar-old." of the asason. Tha ll.irnlins haV? alBty-flvc horses In training at th? driving park fur the campaign of 1MB. Two strln-rs will be P"t in the iield In ?'hariie of ?ieers and Charles J-yc-na The ??able will begin the reason at Red v?K, Iowa, ami from there will ko to Minneapolis, "??nee to i^a Crosse, \V is., and after that to Bagl gnno'd rTrheeuftaf,Pr 'he r?"t0 *vin h" ro,,n1 th" THE GRAT HACINO RILL. ciiii-F TOPIC <?r M.*?-t ssi.>n- AMONO horse mi:n-a i'iiaxck roR th? revival o? WHOLESOME SPORT. Inasmuch as the Oray racing Mil la the chief topic dlscu?ued wherever horse-owner?, breeders and admirers of either th.-" trotr-r or thoroughbred congrega:?-, the Vlsws of the advocates of honest racing, free from the taint of professional gam bling, may be of some Interest to read-rs of The Tribun?, This paper has been a fearless, uncom? promising foe uf the many eyils that have from time to time caused respectable person? to look upon ratting and its accessories with susj?lr!.>n. Tears ago The Tribune pointed out plainly to th? racing world that the arrogance and high-hanile?! methods of track-owners nn?l their close affiliation With th? betting ring would bring about disaster to the turf. Through Its columns The Tribune 1m plored and entreated the offli-lals of the turf, with? out avail, to wipe .?.it th.- abuses that were plain to everybody except the racing official*. Dividends were th." Bota aim of the track-osvners who controlled the governing bodies of the turf. Important qu stlons resp??ctln*r the reform of the abuses that were so plainly apparent on the turf were lgnoi*ed, while the men who svere at the head of racing affairs waated hours, days and weeks dis? cussing whether a io??k?-y should raise his right hainl or his left when asklntt permission to ?11s nii.unt. The question sv.is s.-ttle.l by giving ihe Jockey permission t?> raise either hand. The fore? going is a forcible example of the many questions that requin ?l the weighty const derations of the turf magnat? v. In th? mean while ihe evils constantly in ereased, nurtured by the seitish motives of the track-osvn.rs. The result was the a?!optlon of the racing, clause in the r-vlse.l State Constitution that svas carried by an overwhelming majority In the November election. The people of the urea*. State of New-York had spoken, and Turn-many methods on the racetrack [ ?sent down In the vortex of the maelstrom of pub? lic Indignation that buried corruption, pulls and bosse* Into a common grave. When the air had cleared. the extent of the eatastroph? that threatened the entire structure of trottina- and rac 'ng. together with the bn edlng Interests in this St.it>?. caused the better element engaged In racing ami breeding to unite upon a policy to be pursued 10 SB.VS a great sport as we'd as a protltable in lus tr> to the farmers of this State. Buch mon a? August He.mont. James H Ke?ne, Colonel William P. Thompson, ??.?neral Stephen San ford. John K. Sanford, s'harle? J. Hamiln, Robert Bonner and .i host of men equally as prominent In nodal and business affairs capie to the rOSCUS of racing and the bri "?ding interests of the State. The better feature? of the Gray bill and the Wildes bill represent the opinions and th.? d-slre of th?- leaders ? f ?both the trotting and the racing In? terests !n .he Stat?'. As far as the Ives '.aw an?! the Paxton amend? ment are concerned, prominent lassyer* differ fi-om Attorney-??crierai Hancock, who ?s quoted as saying that the lv?-s law is st.ll In force and will remain s.? until repealed. As ?Qovernor Morton request.??! the Laegtslamrs to repeal th?? ives law In h;s mes? sage, H is Hk??.?' ?.hat h:s request will be acceded to by the Legislature. If this Is .ion.- it Is evl 1-nt that he ilef? ?? ' Ih? Gray Mil rn??ans city j>>?>1 roomB a:-. ! ;h"? death : racing In th:* Bist? The assertion that th? ??ray bill i? a Dwyer meas? ure ir? rid;,-a:?.us,> sbsurd, as the track-owner*, wno brought about the earthquake through their deal? ings cvlth tri- samblen a.?. r:,?r mentioned or r tl ? i by the men a h ? ar? lei ?ting th? r en rgles and time to the rescue >?f the greatest of .?:. out? door sports from oblivion. J. A. & A. it. Morru de? clared ..IT every stake and future contesi booked by the New-York Jock?) Club, and ret,red t,. .%>?? Orleans to witness ihe "all scarlet" borne by ihelr hornet in ?? nit? : for approximate purt*ea of %-?'? each Michael F Dwyer intend? :,? race In England an 1 has rellnqu ?bed hi? ,:?t? re**t? in American r-? ing In cperty. Phl.lp ?wyei .- in th? rlty, l??it he :? r:..v ??: the opinion thai racing .i:*.i:r? .?r? m good The men who ads Gray r? ing bill ..:?? above th? rll : m? ol th* opponent* of ..?-? r.i ng, If the , dumns ol The rrtbune of y oar? at, i are ? ?<!?:...>? - inrnrd H s :. ?..., i an o eg. I reformer pats?? I 80 i _?>?> policy ?hop? ,i: I scoi - tyr.goodi ;? ?i ? - r Inveigh agalnsi ih* evil? of '* ? p. ' ? nd hi represa tatlvea are mere.) masks for 1 powerful n ?? ? i lh?*m, No? body Is deceived bj i ??? I.? y't pretensions of per soi ii gi les an e? again?! : ? .??- men Th? r if : . iml ID .. i ... is? - I ?r Peter th? l'on ? is to attack. ? ?n the other band, the gamti I ? clause in the bill la for the suppression of gambling b) ne*, re punishment in the way ?I Unes and lm prlsonm?eni If. as nn>" bookmaker expressed .t last night, it i? i?. Lacy's aim t?? placs le-uiina cltlsens on ti:<- sum- plan? a* th? bookmaker?, be ..? l I - leslr? to promot. Iawl?**snesa rather than pre? vent It Among the trottlng-borse men there Is a decided change of opinion In t-gari t?> the matter .?f ?s llcemlna board The proposition 1? likely t?? 1>? eliminated, as nobody svar.t..? t, (.lace himself in * position that might po?sibl) i.<- con?tru?*d .?? ai ??f Oe I..?.>. A? tar ,i* ih? licensing ol racetrack? la concerne?!, it Is ,c secondary matter, a? the Jo key ? ?. firmly established that it make* no material ' (I r? although II lb? , neral opinion |*cretloi ,n |, ? a.-i - should be jls i, ? , steward , so a* to ?uppresi such places ?? - Ms petti and kindred track* as soon ??? they appear ?Should the Oray bl be? me a .'??*. it i- likely that the Jockey f*l ib ira <.- ?? II lurn all the moneys re? ceived by them Into a racing fund, and that in the neai future raclns a? an lnve?tpnenl will ; i ..w..v an l the public will have a chance t.? enjoy clean end cm? sport. ? ?*> ? THE AILSA A SPLENDID SKA HOAT. HER RAC*lN?r* Q\ si.i;:i.- WILL BE TESTEri AGAINST THE BRITANNIA T? > DAT. ?Cannes, March 1- A. B Walker's new yacht Alisa arrive) here at 9 o'clock this morning She Is commanded i.y Captain Pay, formerly command?r of th" Satanlta, ;.i??i ?arries a crew of thirty men. picked from the crew? ..f tl.? Iverna, Valkyri? and Satanlta. A representatlvs of the United Pri board d her In company ss-itti (*aptaln ?Carter .?f the Britannia. Captain Pay said that for twenty? four hour* the Alia? expcrieiwad a violent storm In the Hay of Biscay, 1 ?ring which she kost thlrts tWO Sheets of Copper fr.ini h?-r bottom. With this exception she bad good weather. Th? sheets of sop per wer- replaced In Marseilles, and she pr'oceeded. Th? Alisa, the c,,j,r.i!n saya, la ,i iplendid sraboat. All hands sel to s?'? rk almos! Immediately after her arrival t?i gel the ai'sh In res^taess to raes to niorniv., Cnptaln Carter ?pressed himself as pleased wi?h the Alan's appearance, li?-r i,,,w and quarters, h* said, were th? same as thoss of th? Vigilant He ar, 1 ..:hers, how.ser. hardly thought that sh<- COUld stand B BtlS 1.BS With all h? r Can? '..!? set, Nevertheless, hi Bald, he ira? glad ?he had com?*. :?u now ? he Bril i a would have i petltor, The AI ? has ?enormous spars, and Is solidly ?J below H ?? ?V? ui-as.ir,A t ?-?lay. but lbs result has t?'.t been roa!- public. The principal race to morrow svili be for yachts of more than twenty-rating. Th? - urse will t??- fr?.in ? .. clubhouse round the Island of st. Honorai to Point d'Agul'.l* and l?a?'k. t-n mlie?. ihr-, t.;n<? (,v< r The firsl j?rlze |S 2.000 francs nul a g,, ,| medal: second, Vn francs and a .diver medal; third, I"? franca and a bronac medal. BACK DUE! ?POR NINE TEAM TO BE PAID. Ann Arbor. Mi? h , March I Tt> director* of the University of Michigan Athletic Association last night ordered back dues In the American Intercol? legiate Association <>f Amateur Athletics for the last nine ?ears to i.? paid Th? university ?nil ?end a team to the Mott Haven meet ..f the In? tercollegiate Association If the m-?n show Up surt? clently well. Hl ist IS COLLEGE OYMNA.IT AGAIN New-H iv'-ii, March 6 Tl..- final meeting of the v.?l<- Oymnaatlc Association was h?-l?l to-night in ih- gymnasium, and Ih?? till ? <>f col ege gymnsa was awarded t?. ijieorg? L. Bul?t, of thla rity, captain <?f the gymnastic team. Mr Bulsl was coltag? g-ym naBl la?; vein. Mr. Bui I Is now ?ntttled t?i wear a bis "V" on hi* cap. ??- a member ??f ?? Val?- learn Ile ..?s?, receives a handsome loving-cup, pr??nt?-?i by J. ?Edward Heaton, ol New-Haven. Plrsi place .?n the borisontal i?ar was won by P, A. Lehlbach, of Newark, N. J ; second, bj Bulst. Th? tumbling (?ontesl was won by H. I? ilonman, of Cressona, i'?iiii and the standing hiah lump by Lewi? P. Sheldon, ??f Rutland, V'L, with ll<?rr in mi secon I. Sheldon cleared tire feet, breaking the Val- n-.-or?! t.v three Inch?*?. Th? cluli-swlnging was ??.?.ri by n A I.?.?.mi?, of Brooklyn. All th? winners i, eelved silver cups. .1 ?: K. LAWRENCE RETURNi J. <;. K. Lawrence, tb? prosWenl ?r th.- ???..% ', Isl?n?! Jockey ?'lui?, arrived yesterday on the Teu 1 tonic from a trip abroa?! He lefuiied to talk about racing matters, and ?rent ut on? ?? to bis borne, Na '?.. K.i.t Twenty thlrd-st. Mr, Lawrence Is much lrii|.ri?s?-,| in health. HIOMAHKAI'.I.K cf-CORINQ AT CRICKET. ? In papers reciv.-d here from liarbados. U I., 1 Of February 1!, th? scon- is glV?n In S '?ig cricket match |,iay...| ?i, that Island .?.?? l-'< i?r u.-ir \ 7, I and :< between a repraawntatlv? team of the gentle tn.-n l-layers of England ali'l th? Karbadus ?taven. Th? sc*^ng will i?<? Intarestlng to sverjr cricketer. BarbadM went in Srsl and plied up s fraud score of ?j; i?.f?r,. tr),.y w,.r,. dismiss*??! from th? wickets. England mads only MS in the itrst Inn? ing and had to follow on making -??:i in ih.- sec pnu inning. Barbados had only t?. msko lag pin* In tb? second Inning to svm, but this shs failed to ?I?? by M rum ?V BlfOLIIH CRICKaTTBM WIN IN AI HTI.AUA. ?elbourne, ilunh C. The cricket mat? h belwe.n Ui.giand and Auvtialla ?nd?d to-day. The? Kngllub team finished six wickets ahead, thereby winning three of the five matches against Australia. SCHOOLBOYS T<> PLAY BASEBALL. The Baseball Committee of th? New-York Int??r BCbolaatiC Athletic Association met at Trinity School yesterday to arrange for the ? ??minf- seaaon. | The Berkeley, Harvard, Collegiate, rVoodbrtdge, ! Columbia Gramma Barnard, i>?- La Balle, Hamilton, 1 Columl Ina 'ute, Condon, Cutler and Drlaler sch? ..-? \..,. compete for the championship tropby. The opening pames will tak' place on April M? GES. STEWART !.. WOODFORD PRESIDENT ANNUAL BUBCnOM OP THE BROOKLYN UNION LEAOUB CLUB TDK OTHER OPPICERg. The annual election of the Itrooklyn Vnlon LaagU? Club took place last night it the clubhouse, McH. ford-av?. and Daaa-et. Following are th- ofBeara for the eomlng year: President QenamI Stewart I.. vToodford] vlce-prosldents, ClarCBCB W. Seiman GENERAL BTBWART L ?VOODFORO. and Jackson Wallace; secretary, Herbert h\ OgdSn; treasurer. Thomas Nash. Hoard ,.f governors, for three year?. Abel K. Hlnckmar. Marshall T. I ?avid son. Irvliu? I. Brandon, Francis I*. M'M'oll. Frank I? Tuttle, Christopher IV. Wilson; for two years: Howard M Bmlth; for one year. William <',?>ney. It may be remembered thai ??eneral Woodford re? cently sent a dispatch from Egypt declining th presldoacy. H- modified hi? declination in a aubse quent l.*tter, *ui?l It is believed that h?' will serve Ilt? is expected to return to Brooklyn In a abort time. EROF. WARE NO LONGER A TRUSTER, RtMOR HAP IT T1UT THIS IS AN??*THEn F-F*.TVRF ?if THK METROPOLITAN MCBBUM TROUBLE There was conslderahl?* surpris.* In art circles yesterday when th- annual report of the Metro? politan Museum of Art for UM was clri ulat?-1. This r.'port appeared In th?- usual catalogu? form and was placad In th.- hands of those who are in? terested In the museum. I'pon glancing through Its pa*;es. members an l others interested In th? museum, noted that the nam? of Professor Will? iam K. War?, whl? h has been a familiar one on the Hoard of Trustees, was absent. At first many were lm line?! to look upon It a? sn ovarslghl that would be rectified This was not the in?.?. however, Professor Ware"? nam- ????? omitted because he I? no longer a trust?? of th? institution an! th? severing of hi? connection with th? mu? seum I? only one more mov? In th? controversy that I? now .igdtatlne; the bosrd. No one ,..n be foun?! who will discuss the matter free General Loula P di Ceanola'? frank re, ?tal of th? Incld-'nlS at the laat board meeting he bas b?en guar i?- i In bla remark? professor Wnre wa? one of the member? of the Board of Trustees who, m-rnri?n? to ruin,,i. ? . sntagonlstlc to <;?*neral dl ?Jesnols. Th? elrcum stance? under which h? cam? to leave th? Board of Trust??-?, a -ordtng (?> n-port. are that b? I ; some difference ??'.th General ?!? Cesnola ?bile s?r\inir on the Committee on H ilpture General dl Cesnels learned thai Prol di Ware had chosen a member i '? 'r ite? of the m im be? fore th? adopt.,.n "f tl neu hartei vides that none but patron? who l?av. $1,000 or mor.* t.? th?* museum - ted to th? ,f *1 U ItM i ?? ? ? ral dl ( '? -? ' this prevision, I? aid ( have Infoi War- t:..?:, Inasn ach as ho had the Stipulate 1 amount, he w.i? not ? glbl? ' -?*:?,* on the board unie?? ha compilad with tin? tr.-,i sloti of the eharter. and n?k?-?l for sorti? gotlftoa tton Boncernlng Prof?ssor Wars'? Intaalloa la 'ii? matter Professor War?, m reply ata?d that h? regrette 1 having serve I under a clouded ".tie and Msk?*,l that hia name be stricken from lb? lilt ?>f trustee? Professor Wan? was found ?t his i,?,tne. No 1?? Baal Twenty-eighth-st., last n.rht ll? ?.is in th? midst of torrespondenco, and h?,l lust finished srrll lag a letter to Robert W. d? Forest * h ? I? alao .* member of Ih* lloara ol Trustees of ihe museum Wh n .-!<??* about th? report thai i,?- hud been removed from the boar?] through tb? effort? ' eral dl i 'esi ola. b? aal I "I bave nothing to *?\ about th?* rlrcumatances In Ideni upon my leavlns Ihe l!,,i?rd of Trustees It i? not a matter f.,r omment " When Sidled if I,?- would iiiak.? an a'tern*.? to re. cain hla i >rm??r pla ?? i n Ih? i -n i. h? replied: --| did not know that I ?at i any thing about ? ton*. I retirement I win not di- usa Ih? matter " General 1. Cesneda v\aa not al hla home last night, versi,,:, ..r iha ?ton ...ill n?,; i" obtain???], While General dl Cesnoia irtlon was ;? . i,i, ,.f ihe .-barter, vet friends of Professor u ..re ..?s?.11 thai '.' wai arbitrary and ui srarranted They ? lalm thai Professor Ware ?*... ? not .,T. :-i I... the amended rharter. having i.n elected ?? tr ist?-* under the itr*?* charter, and Ihey ';? > that tbej n II ?"?? thai he i? reatored to hi? pis a >,n the board Profeaaor Ware, aim*? th? death of [?ro(e?eor Merriam, wa? ih? sole representative of Columbia College on the board. MORE MOSEY FOR BARNARD COLLEOt AN ANONTMOUB OtPT Of BS.fiOB OREAT KEBDB OP IHK INSTII i ! I ,n A meetinr- In th?* Interest? of Barnard CoHega waa b-id yesterday sfternoon al the boma of Mr? Henry F. Osborn, No. M i'ark a re . and it sraa announced that fXm had been contributed by s person ? nam?* ;?? no: kI?.*:i. This sum Is lo l,<- ,ip|,!l?d lo the. fund for ih- purchase of lbs proposed sit? In ti?<- Boulevard, between One-hundred ind-ntneteenth m d i me hun Ired and-twentleth ata. Th? price aaked for t in?-, nt i ? - is flBB,S8S, ...i.i the trustee? ao i.?r have secured VMM toward n Th- sum ol tSOO.00 haa be? n given toward the erection -,f two i irate building? by a person wh,,*-.- nan,- is withheld, but thla money cannot be used for aecurlna the land The Interest on th>* tZOO.ouo now amounts to "V">-. I' Is the earnest desire of the friends of the colleg?! to ??cure the tlBO.UOO tot the ?Ite, which contains sixteen lot?, before beginning w.,ik ,,n the building, as ih.-y .1,. no! , an* to assume ., moi la '?.?? Weekly meeting? have been held In in? home.? >,f well-known people In lb? last few months, and much Interest has been aroused in behalf of lb? college Bliss it Brownell presided over the meeting ye? terday, and a?ldresses were mad? ta the Rev, l>r. Arthur Hrooks, ei Ma) ?? Hewitt, Mia? Emily Jan? Bmlth .mi <'lu?r!?*s ?'. Ileaman. Mr, Hewltl ?poke atrongl) In favor of college? lor women, H? ?aid: "<;.r?> should have Jual a? **,.,,I a chance for educa tlon as boy? The presen) atandard ot education f??r , women is not hit-h enough to nt them f'?r th? g?n eral management of affaira We must r,.i*>- the standard ol education for our Kin*. Not all our young women abouM go to college, neither abould ail ,,ur young men; but the women who k-? t?> ,-?.i lage ah? u!d bav? every Ml a^ k?,"I a chance for edu? cation si Ihe men I have Been s clos? observer of education ?II my ?if?, and i have never been aWa to discover any Inferiority in the female mind us compared with the male, It there Is any difference, Ihe women ?re more conscientious, bul bave lew ?t.?yin? powers. There Is no reason why women should i,,,t be a? hivhiy educated aa lb? men. Women heretofore i.av?.t even had a chance to gel an education, The dominant faetor In civilisa? tion Is education. Peter Cooper thought that women should have an ? ?r.-.i chance in education with the men. and the best thin?- about ?'....p.-r ln??l??Jte H Ihe an school, which give women every facility for education In thla line.'' Mi Hewltl thought thai lha topics of conversation In aoctety wore not a? elevated sa the) ought la b and that th.? ton- ,,f ??? .,-i?*tv would i"- greatly Im? proved if women were b?.it,.r educated He ahowed how Boston had two <.r thr?- flrat-clssa college? for women Philadelphia one. while New v??rk in? <.n-. Mr I'.rownell showed what a great change had taken pise? In the views of ',<*ndlnjr men "'i loe e?lu ratlon ?:' women He read es tracts from letters written bj Governor Wlnthron deprecating th.lu cation of women ll- I bought young women should stulv near home rather than go to mother B! tie or losra to attend college. Misa Bmlth, In a few word?. io,d what Barnard waa doing and what it* prospects were. \ BA V "A /.'/''?I ATTOMXMT BMMOVMCMM BLIXT Mlnneapolla March I la .;??? Oing murd<-r trial to-day. Mr. Brwin, counssl f.r Harry Hayward, the d?fendant, in hi.-; summing up i.? ior>* a crowded courtroom, In a Sowary i.ursi ,,r speech drew ?? picture "f ?'laus A. Ullxt us a r?-d hand?,I mutd. r?r .-mi parjurer. Then in- turned his attention t,< "Adry" Hayward. and .llr?*ctly chaugvd him with being one of th- murderers. Th- "greengoods" ?t ry was scoffs i si and Mr. Brwin asked if tha whole Jury had gon? daft t.. believe su? h a place ul i ?tlmon* aa that Mis? Ging had gen? Into ?? scheme i?. go after "greengoods^ with such a man ! ax mut. Bust's statement on th- stand that Harry had told him severa: difieren! wuy? of how to kill ! Miss ?ilnir arere read over, and It was tlon sh.iv.n that in his previous statement? mixt had Mid noth? ing about them. Thla Brwin considered t,? ba tha ranksal of perjury. The ruirt ? IJoiina* I until to-?ii?,rrow. When Mr. Brwin will elOBB and th? can** alii b*- glveii tu the Jury. Practical Results?14 Years' Woi TWENTY MILLION Right Hur.dr?,| Thousand I>ol *.lr-e?.*v r? .id to Wi lows iii,l Orphans. Forty million flollnrs islr?Bdy ?aved living; pt.llcy-hol? by reduetlon of pr?mlunis. iir.niai pollcl-s in fo *j:?f. ?aaiiayi Inaurnnre in for??. *3.y'7.?vai Cash Surpl ?.????n^-Kmerg-ncv Fur. I. Mor? than fg1.????.?:?a? i li?!..??? tot Ih.? y?ar IWi Th-ae ar? a f. ?v piact rpsuil? nlr?a?!y i?. ?.rd?d to t'i" ttoBB of the MUTUAL RBSBRVs* KI'XI? LIFE ASSOCIATION. L". 11. HAM ".??:il. I'r??ii1?nt. Itroadwa : i i Daaa? Sir Ilat?f quot?,; f,,r Bn.- ?mount on n-ilpt o? ?tat. in Of a?*. S"nd for cir-ulai s. r ? -.-?? i ?? OBITUABT. THE .REV. DR. BEBA8TIAN It. SMITH Th?- news reached Peterson, N. J., yesterday tl the Rev. Hr. .*'"t?,.-ti.iii B. Smith, the rector of ?los'-ph's Roman Catholic Church, In tha: city. I last Saturday In Havana, ?Cuba. i?r Smith bad b it. Cuba for th.? t.en.'iu ..f his health. The ca dlspMch announcing his death cam? from the Am? ??in Consul al Havana. X ? particulars were gl? It ss.is known that ?>r. Smith ha?l been 111, but I list accounts by mail ?reported him better. 1 news .?f hi? death created greai ,?x??itement in Pat fun, .?n i??c,.?int .?f the siz ? of the parts?? and t prominence Into which it and the r?-ct.?r bad b? brought ??n a-c.iunt of the bitter factional itrugi culminating in the exciting scene between M r?icr:??r Sat,?ill an?l a committee ?>f the paiishlom last fall. Dr. Smith sv.i? fifty >?>? ira .,: i snd ss-.is horn ?Oermany, hla parents bringing him t?> America svh !??? was a child, li- was educated for ths prleatho ?u ?Beton Ha.i, South Orange, x. .1 . and it : American College in It?>m>- He made .1 spec Mu ly of canon law and sv.lh profesaoi thereof Seton Hall f??r BOOM years T?',, books which vsrete on that subject hud aide f.iin?? and est?bil*!) him as ?me of th?- foremost authorities In th? Rom (*athollc ?Church of th?> Cntted States In ecclesla* cal jurisprudence. He wa* employed u* counsel Riaay important ??ocleslaetlcal trials In various pal >?f the country, and al th? tim?- of ids death w l"*ral adviser to the Bl.aliop Of the HI ccesC ?>f N'ewSI being considered th?? right-hand man ..f Bishop ?VI ger. H- wa.? at one time active on the side kno? an <",ih>-nsiylsm. In the controversy relating t?> pul? school?. I >r. Smith was an icrompllshed llnaul? speaking English, German, Spanish, Prench, l.at and Qreek. He wa* th? ?econd rectoro! St. Josepl Church In l'alemon, sue.ling the late Path Nicholas Molloy in i?*m'. Previously he had ehari of s i?ari?h in Rahway Th? disaffection In St. Joseph'-? pariah, ?vhl? w.is attributed largely t.. the fact that l?r. Bmli was a Qerman by Mnh and ?ympathle?) and tl great mas? of his p<*.>i?le were Irish, broke oui vl lentl) In ?teptember, 1^9... when he ousted th-? ?'at ollc <"luh, an organization ,,f young men, from the ? ? ?m? in the old church building Dr Smith Is survive! by his aged mother, h Bister, who k."i>t hnus.- f?r him at the rectory, si a brother In Newark, who Is a layman. \V??r?i hi l,.*?ii r?-.-e|ve?l from Havana that the r? ?dy ssill I forward."l to Peterson as a,,,>n to possible, ?COLONEL DAVID It. CLENDENIN. Oalesburg, 111. March l Colonel David R. riei denln, whi. s??rved with distinction during th<? ? "tv War aril s^i ? retir??! from active BervlC? A|>r'.l ] IfJl, died yesterday at hi? bom? ?n ? ?n?-l?Ia, after long illr.es*. ag',1 s.xty tlve years At the time i hla retlremeni he wa? colonel ,>f the M Unit? states ?Cavalry. He wa? on? of the military ? .m ? r'uit m-.; 'h?> c inspirator? who plann? l th . ., ., m of Abraham Lincoln. Da? 1 Ramsey ?".end-nln was horn In ??-incasta . ?>. !'.;.:.. June .1. 1?'". H? *.??* a gradu?t t Knoa College, Oaleaburg. In UJS1 h? raised company ??f volunteer? f..r the It h lUlnola ?'as 1 11 .ir 1 ...i* ma of tl?- regiment H? it ri. i u'th thl ??-'? ??. throughout ths wai f the , ltautenant-?*olonel it. <? unman. 11? ? tl ?? Arms' ?if the PotonM r part In moat of the Important engagement ? ;. M the bal tic of 1 ppa rvllle b? baa two hors? ' ?? .? i? r him H? received tl??? breve , ? t -...?? . ?ervt? - In the '.miner of IBM, -a I ? '?'. ? ton ? - ?rai Jub il A Early, < ?ar Wal In Ml - him, a ?rwheln - t ?r-? ??f the 1 ' n nt st? gav? . . end to I ., \\ hei i'i :? ? ' l. ? ? ? 1 ? " >'? '? thi It h min? ? I'avalry. >nder Colonel ?Clendenln, ?sa: : if Booth ir. January, ton, i*o|on?*l ftawtanln was commis ??.; inajor if th? ?". I atted state? Cavalry He brcauce orit.-uan?-.?..|.?n?l ,?f tha M In X?> vember i?. and > ? 1 ?:.?'. <>f the id Cavalry ?t . . r..i,?i :?.. II, r-'lr.-l on ???COUnt Of failli!? health on April -*". i*??i. 1.1 ?wix ft ?KBRM, Edwin Portase, *. well known artist snd war eor respondent, II? 1 yeatiriley at hia home, Lenos Roa?J, Platl fi m Plight's disease, Mr Porbei a is bon t "'? "?? ?-?ira ago in ?hi? ci'.v iMirlti? t! s ?'??Il Wiu (..? wss the ai?c!al star r*o?*respondent f ?r Prank l?e?lle'? Illustr?t?*?] newspaper and ??.?a ir-'?r.' .- ? irij sll th? principal battles ..f th? ?..r Mr Porbes leaves a valuable collection of n ad? '?ri th? field, many of whi.-h have . ; ibllahed Several .,..r* ,.g?, a ??? ri,:, ..j in f'ongre** providing 'm th? the ilovernment of .ill hi? original ?or ?kel r -1.:?., ? ? 1 he? to be j la? ed In th? , . i.?ry In Washington, but it failed ?f I .1 ? NIr Port? ?' c? th? author of a storv .,f the war In tw? mes, which bad a I.in ? lie also invented an apparatu? for ?tartina rsce Mi Porbe? !.-a\>? a *.<!. and daughter. ? RICHARD R PLANAOAN. Hi? hard I: I la :..ck;.cri. a former ?'??ronT and a Tammany, politician of prominent*? In this city, dti 1 Riiddenl) In his home, .?? Vo. 101 ?Vest Twen? t\ flr?t st , ,.i * 1 m ?..1 ?i?. He was rift y - nine rears old HI? death ?a a - eau ? 1 by apoplexy. He b?*eam? prominent in Tammany 11 ill when John Kelly was leader, and In l?7l he ??as elected ?'??ron?r on th? ?ame ticket with RI hat 1 f*rok?r. Moth men wer? Taninc.ui> 1 indldate? f"r r< elec? tion in 1179, when John !<? iiy ran for flovernor. and were def?*atsd Ex-Coroner Planagan had taken no active part In politics for several yeara. He leaves five ?laughters an?! three son.i. One of the daughters Is an actresn, known on the stage as ?Vile Fill?. JAMBS M. HARTSHORNS. James Mott Hartshorne, one of the oldest mem j b.rs of th?- Sto?-k Es (hange, well known In bus!? nasa drelaa In this city, died at his home. No. MM Madisou-av.., yesterday. Mr. Hartshorns wa-' born in Freehold, \. ,)., Au'.-ust ??, IOI. In his early y-ars he came to N'.-w-Vork and enter, d t*M employ of the firm of Genin & i.o, kwood. This Brm was s- ?seeded in ISM i?\ | ?ickwood A <'o.. ami Ml*. Hartshorne fa '-ame a member Md also a mem? ber of th.* S:<>. k Bb-hange. In IM Mr. Harts? horne formed the firm of ,1. M. Hartshorne .? IM,. This Is at present one of the well-known stock brokerage firm? <>r the city, and the office is at No. l* Wafl-at. Mr. Hartshorne waa n member I of the Metropolitan and I'nion League clubs, of the Metropolitan Museum ?if Art. and a director of the New-York, Stis?pieh.inn.i and Weitem Hall road. He leaves a wife and three children. JOHN !.. PITCH. John L. Fitch, an artist, lifty-nlne years old, died at his home, No. \% Glenwood-ave., Vonkers, on Tuesday. Mr. Pitch was well known as an art critic Bad painter, and studied at Munich and Milan. He was born at Hartford In UN. He had been a member of th- Century ?Tub stnea i*''.7, a treasurer of the Artists' Fund Society, and an as? soci?t? of the National Academy. He leaves a wife and seven children. JAMES ANDERSON. London, March 6.? James Anderson, the actor, who was a prot'g.'- of Maer-ady, dl-1 in London on March 3. He was s-veiity-six years old. James Anderson ?ras one of the oldest of Fngllsh actors. Ha played with Macr-ady In UM and for many years afterward II?- was connected with the Badler*? Walla and Surrey theatres, and playsd a great variety of parts in the s:..n lard drama, being especially admired as Joseph Surface and in other characters of a similar sort. H- mad?* three visits to this country. _? ?? OBITI'AUY NOTES. N.'wport. R. I., March I.?Mayar Stern died h?re to-day at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Iaju?s Hess. He was eighty-throe years old, was one of the most prominent Hebrews of Connecticut and one of the founders and the first president of the oldest. Jewish congregation in Hartford. He ha?l spent his later years In New-!.ondon and Newport with daughters. His body wlil be taken to Hart? ford an?l burled In the cemetery which he was largely interested In securing for the Hebrews of that city. Saratoga, March *. -John Fleming, aged Ilfty-two years, for thirty-two y?ars foreman of the Hens ee'.aer and Saratoga and I).-?aware and Hudson Railway freight house, died this morning. D EA TH ll '. 18 INS TA X TA NEO DR, WILLIAM SIMON BILLS HIMgELT ON TI?K STFTS Or TIIK ART Ml'H-IM IN iKNTK.W, PARK. The report of two pl?f ,1-shots tired In rapid suc? cession were hear'l last night In Central I'ark. near trie Museum of Art. Later, on the p'.atform of the Museum, a middle-aged, well-dressed man wa? found, with his face covered with blood, which was oozttig from woun?ls near the right temple. He held In h's right hand a ?,.-,-al!bro revolver, of the American bulldog pattern, and in the other a piece ,,' paper. Tha paper, which Aas besmeared with blood, read as follows: "PlBBBB let Dr. Riga, of No. IS Bast Kighty-sixth-st., kn?iw of this, lie is a friend of mine. I ?lid this because I was tired of life. WILLIAM SIMON." Heath had evidently been Instantaneous. The su'., id.- had a dark c mplexion and dark hair. He was about live feet ten Inch.-; in he |l I a search of the man'? clothing revealed an old Mexican dollar, H cants in cash, a tortoise-shell ring and a ?carfpln, eye-glasaea, .? pocketknlfe, a bun h of k--vs. two pencils and two handkerchiefs. il arj. written on March 4 at th.- Va?ider hilt Hotel and addressed to Dr, A. Rise, read u follow? : have been obliged to overcome my un* happy llf? If? Betting worse every day. and I couldn't atand it any longer I'.'-a*- let mv wife ? know, ol thla." Th- I ,, ly Of th? ?Uiel I? was removed to the morgue At th? V'anderblll Hotel It ?a? said that Sin.?-, had ,, ipled a room there for only two : -rhl ind register? i sa belonging to this city. MR. IIA RED: AS's CONDIYION. Ml-: WILL PROBABLY 00 ABROAD RBfOBI TRYINO TO PLAT AQAIN. Th? condition of Edward Harrlgan. who Is sick with the -f-rlp at his horn??. No. *k5 W?St Sixty-elgh.h ?t.. was r.ot much changad yesterday. It was de? cidedly serious, but his physician. 1 >r. Hurke. did not think it dangeroua Mrs. Harrlgan came home from Lahewood y.-sterday to attend to lier husband. It Is not likely that Harrlg.in'?- Th.-atr.? will be apenad again this season, it was tha Intentkm 11 Clos? it within a few weeks In say CUM, and it i? not probable that Mr. Harrlgan arlll be ab!.? to sei again Boon enough to make it worth whii? to reopen I>r. Hurke urges th?? necessity Of a rest for Mr 11.irrigan lie has been working long and hard. h>* has had buallHBB troubles and ii- was nearly ... rcoBM with gr'.ef at the death of his son two week? ago. it !? probable that if he ?rets better adthln a week or t?,? be win g,> to Europa for ? few .?".k-, before the beginning of the tour of hi? ..?.n.-. aom? ?la week? hence. Ii Is probable that ?!.;.,mv srtll be Unbonded till that time, it i-, -,.:?! rhi' a few member? of th.? company feel aggrieved al the lore of time which they ar?* obllgel t.. suffer, bul the moat of them thoroughly sym pathlae with the troubles and aorrowa ?7n h tiielr leader haa re entl> had to undergo, FOH A BMAMIMO o\ TBM ROULMTAMD BILL The hearing before Mayor Strong to-lay on Sena* tor Our*a bill to establish a boulsvard and c?->n courae north of the Harlem River will bring prob? at,!', a larger gathering to the city Hall than any other measure of !??,-.il Interest upon which a hearing bas b?en had by the Mayor. Many of the largest property-owners of the Twenty-third snd Twenty fourth ward? ar- to i"' present. Th? sentiment of the people of the two upper ward? appeara to bo strongly In favor of the propo'ed boulevard and eoncourr-e. and it is Intended to se-k to demon? strate this fact to M ?vor Strong to-day. The con? course is mapped to run along the ridge extending through the centre of th.- tr ana-Har"? m territory, and la to be is. fi | In width and four and a half miles In length. It will connect with the n<?w Mc Comb'a Dam bridge at Jereaae-eve. and One-hun dred-and-alzty-aecond-at., and with the M idl?on-ave. ' : !g ? al One-hundred-and-thiny-eighth-st., 'hrough M'tt-av. . which will b widened to M snd 1<X? feet. tfenator Ouy'a Mil authorlsea the tak.ng of title bv th.* citv for th.* lun! neceaaary to be used. One of the proviaiona of the bill Is that no street or other railway shal'. b? ?aid on thf bo ;>vard or any portion thereof. The '?ill provides that "T. per can! of the cos! shall i- lefrsyed by assessment, which li li propoaed to extend over a larger area than uiua!. VRQINQ CAREFUL LEGISLATION. RICHARD WATSON OILDRR BBI'fM TO A MIAMI ABOLI Tin: ti:m .v. nt iK?r-?'i: mi.i. in view OP TBS RBCKNT PATAL kicks It,chard Wa"-?n c.ild? r. who was <*h~lrrmn of the Ten.-men: House Committee, ?en: the f-'.lowing te'.egram yesterday to Sanater Kdmund O'Cinnor in Albany: In vi. w of the fatal tenen.ent-huu-e Are? and other calamities reported In to-day's papers and dur? ing the last week, I rea ectfully urge the Legislatura to be car. FUI h W It accepts the advtce Of lntere*-tel partlea t, remore fr.m the Tenement Houae bill any safeguard against lire or requirements for safer and b'tter construction. The b'.ll ahould be passed quickly for the beneOl of thr* people an?l without obstructive amendment?. Mr. OiMer says that the tire at No. 2*"S Avenue A on Tuesday, in eMeh one life was sacrlflce?l, would have been c-mtlnel to the fi,-.?: floor of the building had th- conatru tlon been MCll a.? is provided leg In the new !?.!.. 'SAT" BKRMMtBOFTg (OSIUTIOX IMI'ROVKO Providence, March ?;.--Dr. N?ylan Mated this aftcr no',?i that "Nat" Herr ah nt ira? on the roa?i to re covery. Mr HarreahoB. be said, had had a slight attack of bronchial pneumonia, but It had passed off. Th?* patient at? a good breakfast, (European '?bccrti-icmcnts. Brighton, England. Hotel M?tropole. The most comfortable and luxurious seaside Hotel in the W?^rld. Finest Cuisine and Wines. Music by Hotel Or? chestra during Luncheon and Dinner. En pension terra? may be arranged. Proprietors: The Gordon Hotels. Limited Rome, Italy. Grand Hotel, I.l.rne?! laat y?tr. Tl;? imi-l <-om*?l?t? nt "i.'ui, iliitrl?. Uaetiie lici i taresgfceet. laertcaa ?I, ??tor?.. Ill ?anit?.*' ?n?...*, t. nt*. |, '...'. a? I ?r.l ?-arrl.il ?iut l.jr ?.forr? Jeaalsgs * to., ?f Leasea? *.-I L. KltZ, Lea**. BIBBgl|-|< J )|)( ,|0t,, x.ti,,,^ LA. Pfyffer, i.,..-??.. ^ GRAND HOTEL de i;ATHEN_E. The Mode E. A KM FM Uol'KAN S J Uant s ?flic? et KI'l" SCRIBE OPPOSITE THE GRAND OPERA, Th3 Modern Ho.el of Paris. E. ARMBRU8TER. Manager. \l?\ KKTISKUS trill tin?! tha Tha T.ib'ir.? 7.'. r\ta% Btreet n. c, I?-? i l?av? tli.ir adv?rtts?*m?nt? for puB? h.' Trll -in? Cjorscc? axtb (Tortiaqe?. 250 HORSES AT PUBLIC AUCTION I. H. DAHLMAN'S Auction? Sale and Commission Stables? m? m, m, tes m im hi, tit, -mi -???. sas East 24th Street, M, ig*-? - i *a:-....t .ni se enpertat. t edrerttseJ ?h? -t-rand*-?! te!? -ml haai gra?le ?' li?>:?.? avat ,ff,-r---i. an?! Ih? i -i...*. v.?r? \.-r\ qul?*kl) .-,,r.vli??.i ,,f *ha* f?..-t. At no aal* ??-r.- ! ree. . v?r ?old at . i * ? i kiy. Th? .>:???rn??a \? -h which th? public b* unlit and th? ?harp e- mp?tltl-?i |,r.v?s that ???rythlnS *?? ?? rapwesnttJ. a? ?? ?lw??a th? .,?-, Ev?rj ?*..;?? hett ?m,-* petAne a\ta ?Low? -...,.,. f ,,..?...... .,.. i thai pr ....- .? n-i.*?tv??ii- tha uraii! *u.?<?>>? of in? ?.;?? 1 ?lil liav? f?,r T?.-?lay. 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Kluo and White Stt*?*l F.tumel BERLIN KETTLES, i? qti., 23c; .?. 29c; ?? -, 34c; ?, 3pc; 4, 42c; s. ?Wc; 6, 57c; ?, 73c (?ver two hundred different de igns of BABY CARRIAGES (Catalogue sent on application), ranging in price from $2.90 upward Blue and White Sic? I I taring PRESERVINO KETTLES, io ut?.. 49c; i?. 54c; 24. 65c Okie and White Steel Enamel COFFEE BOILERS, 10 rjtt., 79c; 1 * qts., 94c; 14qtav., $1.05; 16 ijts., $1.20. Blue and White Steel Enamel TEA KETTLE:.*, 6 .it .. -64c.; 7 ?i.v. 73c ; 8 qt?.?S9C NO MONEY REQUIRED ON DEPOSIT. ? $r,o worth* 7.1c. per week* $?.~? worth* .>'/..>?'> fier week, $100 worthy $it,00 per week. > ,7? -r.l'f" //?'I LUDWIfi BAUMANN & C11FII BLOCK, a35TH TO a^6TH ST. AND 8TH AVE. OPEN SATURDAY EVENING TILL 10 OTLO?K. Snd 10c. Postage for Illustrated 4U0 i'a<e Catalogue Guide to Housekeeping. OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS GIVEN GAR FARE. Country trade re? ceives special atten? tion, flood ? packed carefully and sent everywhere, freight paid. ?