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MOREERY & CO. To MOVE.
THEY WILL BUILD A NEW PTORE IX TWBNTT-THIRD-8T. IT vim. BS ? mammoth ?MTABL18HMRRT, EX? TKN'I'IV. THIKIl '?11 TO TWEKTT SK'1>M>-ST. i .?NSII'Kli.VTIONS WHICH AUK SAID TO HAVE ?\?>!?????> THK MOVE. F.?r several months there have bean numsreee rtitiiois aith respect to ths sUeced removal of the drrsoodi firm of James McCreery * ?'"? fr',n? "1,'lr pn eat Bits al Broadway and Bleveath-at, lo a polni nesr Msdlsos Bqasra The letesl r?i>?*rt In real-eaUte circle* was that the tirm haa about agreed t ? accepl ths Victoria Hotel as the *?itr for their proposed new ?ore. it sraa published at the time of the ?l.'.ith ?if Mr?. Paras Stevens thai ehe ha.) been negotlaUns " coatract with tu?- firm nsntloned, snd thsl t?"* nefotlationa wer? brought i? a close by hei audden death, Information i? gelved al that time _avs Strong ground for the re ?art. There aere dentala medi by th?? firm, how? ever, bul even theee appeared t.? !.<? qualified. They a:-,? m,?? flnaKy Bet si rest through mur.? ?.ntly acquired knowledge. The facta hav fuel Kern .lo veTiVped which go to prove that in tho plans ol the tirm an entirely dllTerenl locatUta waa contemplated. It can ? asserted authorlutlvely that about the mi'l'lif? of ?September next the firm ?v.ll open ? new retail ?t>'? " ??* star? Bl Noa M sad tv. West Twenty? third-.??., with an elevati?? "f six stoiiei In 11 il thorouthfai.. an?! with a ?round ?re.? ex?,? through to Twenty-iecond-at, ?< distance of W? f?'?'t. Tha ?:??? ?. Tw< ntj secon ? st. will be shout ataety-three feet, or approximately four cltj .ot*. Noa Bt, a. tl an ? M. The elevation in Twenty-aec ond-stt. ?rill be equal to thai In Twenty-thlrd-et, The material Is to be bull brick, terra, cotta and Iron. it has ai=o been ?aid on equally food authority thai the tirm bo long ago aa May 26, 18?1, came Into poasesalon of th?? entire frontage on Twenty-thlrd .-? . extending westwsrd from No. M Weel Twenty third-st. io the corner ?.f Twenty-thlrd-sl Sixth-ave., Including the building r"?v occupying th.? sit? of Booth'! Theatre. Thej have thus secured a frontage .>n Twenty-thlrd-et. of IM feet one of the moal valuable pieces ol pr perl in tho central part of ihe city. It is un be the purpose ,?t the tirm to transform this prop? erty mt?? ? gigantic ?Irvi:"!?, Is Store ,,f the moei Bt tractlve construction ana thoroughly equipped v\i;h elevators and all of the auxiliarles of a mammoth merchan Use ? Btabllshmi nt. The explanation of thin move is Bald to I??, found in the encroachment of large wholeeale housei ui ui the neighborhood ,?f Broadway and Elevi nl the natural concentration of the retail trade upon Twenty-thlrd-st. This move was also ? ? ?ui iged by the development of th?? railway system around the Twenty-thlsd-at. ?It??. There ,.?:? l railway s'.ation at Twenty-thlrd-et. ai 8 ? The cable cars run in Broadway and there ire crosstown horee-car Unes running along ! ? thor? oughfare. In addition, the street la now being ex? ea ted for the ?Inking ..f the mechanical appli? ance? for what is to be an underground method for ;? is electricity ai a morivi? power for surface roa? along Twenty-thlrd-st., from Lexlngtoi to the Twenty-thlrd-st. ferry. Ci ? ?? IN G R A ? G S DENIA L. A REPLY T<> CHARGES PROM THK CITY VIGILANCE LEAGUE. THK ENFORCEMENT OF THK EXCISE LAW IN THF. SEVENTH ruin??'?- \ DEFE.10 OF SEROEAXT BBENXAN. Bscritary a. W. Abbott, of the r?ty Vigilance I.e.iKue, complain?! recently to Presldenl Roosevelt, of the Police Board, that there was a greal II k of discipline in the Seventh Precinct, an 1 that the Kx clse law on Sundays in that precinct was g fai ? 1!?? also wrote that he hai toen Informed that Ser geant Hrennan. who was in command of th.- pre? cinct for a short time while Captala '"rant was away on leave, was in collusion with saloon-k?-??; ? : - ln the precinct, an<l that a i?*4loon kepi by a man nam-d M.Mahon, at I'?vision an! Qouverneur ate., took In fc-VS on a recent Sunday. Captain Donald Grant, of the Madison-??, station, has made a report to the Police Hoard on Mr. Ab? bott's complaint. In which he says: That portion of the letter wherein it Hated thers Is a ?.?> great lach of lis.-ipline In this praclnct I most positively an,i emphatically deny, an 1 to luh? stantlate my denial, would reepectfully refer to the personal observation of the President himself during his re. -.nt tour through tli!? precinct It also m ?'? - ?.??' Excise law aa enfor ed Is a bi? far.?-?. attempt, shown by the police to carry out the law.' That Is absolutely false. I am making; .very effort possible to enforce the Kx ise law within thli pr cinct by calling the off platoon on duty Sunday and stationing officer? In uniform in front of some of the roo?t obstina!?? pia ? ?. ar.d tn addition to thai I am sending officers In ? ltlzeii's dress, during their reserve '.ours, to make urna?:.?, and furthermore employing persona outside of the Department ta procure ?-.-.:?: e on whl h ? can obtaIn ?arrant-. I propose doing all within my powi r to enforce the El lee law in this precinct without f--ar or fav? r. Th- accusation ma<i?- against Acting Captain Bren? nan l?.-inn In oolluslon wi'h saloon-keepers ?? grossly unjust, unfair and without a ??mblance of truth. Sen-cant Brennan ls and ha? 1>?????? atta, hid ti thli precinct during the entire time i h.iv?- been In com? ma::!, ani 1 must say ln justice to him that ? have a.?ays found him faithful and attentive to the du ttea required of him. thoroughly reliable and tnist worthy ar. ? an es eilen! police oncer. . . . Re? garding thi saloon .orner of Division and ?;.,iiv?-r rieur sis., IfcMahon proprietor, I station ! an offi? cer In uniform in front Of those premise? on Bunday, 28th in.-:., ,,nd compelled McMahon strtctli ? Berve the provlsiona of the i;x i.?.? law relative to Sur ! iy closing. l're.-ident Roosevelt several nlt.hts ??? made a tour throutrh ?he Seventh Precinct ani falle 1 to fin I a single officer neglecting his ,iuty TUE HOTEL ARLINGTON CASK. IMS, BALLADE-HAVENS AOAIN a WtTNESB THE HEAJUNQ X"T FINISHED The case ln which It Is Bought to revoke the license of the Hotel ArllnKton. No. G.4 West Twei foiirth-st.. on the ground that it ls a resort for disreputable persona cams before the Kxcis?? Hoard yesterday. The complaint was male by Po Captain Plckett, of th?? Wast Thirtleth-st. station, wh ? was the first witr.es?. Me testified to arresting the proprietor, Jacob Schneider, on July 11. on a warrant chancing him with keepm? a disorderly house. This ?? the ? -ase now pendini; ? for? Magistrate Flammer. ? number of Captain PI k'tt's policemen tei in rapport of his penerai charge sgalnat the hotel ]'?? lives Hiatos and Casey said that on tbe nlghi of July 13 they v.sited the hotel in plain?, clothes and registered. Their evidence was similar t., thai recently given against the Betlarood Hoi? I. other oOcere sail that they had frequently seen ;?' r sona of immoral character admitted to th?? piaci at ?light. Mrs. Mary F. Havens, who was Mrs. Sallade, of No. "3 West Twenty-fourth-st., and who attracted public attention by her complaints against the Hotel Afllngton a year ago, lestlSed th;.' the bouse had done more buslnesi of late than it did then, Fhe had no specific evldehfee to offer, however, and was excused without ? iosa eisinlnalloii Two men who Uve at the hotel testified In favor of ::?, ?,; "i bara,-ter. An adjourrimen? was then tahen to a we? k from yesterday, when ihe di will put In funher evidence. ? a ?? ANXIOUS TO PK'oMi: POI.ICKMKN. The rush of appi:' ant- for appointment on the police contimi??'! yesterday. Th?? applicants ???????. Bl a rule. a finer-looking l"t of m?n than tIi??.-?? who flock??,! on Thursday to IISBlVnisrtsri lot application popera Maaj uf >>?-:? rda\'-? callers W'-r?- well-dress ? ?. wel - bulli and UltellSgMt-1 .okiiiK. Som?? of ihe appll wr>? truck drivers, who left their trucks and wagons Btandinic in front of Headqusrtars while th??;. arent In to get application blank.?. The namil of thret? colored men airea l> appear on th" application list. A request has BOSS made to President Koosev.-l: to have the civil Bervtee Butoau k?-pt open In th?? even? ing, so that men who ar.? unable io leave worh dur? ing th?? day may ?el their application blanks. The President sal ? that this utep was unnecessary, "? applicants need noi call personally. If th???. send their ad.lrei.se? i? th- Civil BSTVlCS Hoard the blank? will be mailed to them. nihs fou TMEMUSSUM ir/v?;. Bids for the construction of ? new west wing of tbe Mus.-urn of Natural History are b.-ing received, the plans fur the ?tru.-tur.? having b.-en completed by Cady. Ber? ?? See, the architect??. The structure will be five ?lorien hlkth. wlih fronte of pink Kranlte and a slat?? roof, it wl,l be ?reproof thrOUghOUl and will cost ?I>out Wm.'.aa. Tlie wing will be con? nected at th.? west end of the granit??-face 1 entrance building in the Central Park, at Bsvi nty-.-lmh-st., and will be about 1"?3 feet long and C7 f.-et wide. It will ?* used mainly for additional exhibition spacca but it will also contain workshops, tollet roome. a lecture-room and an extension to the li? brar). Ther. valli tu- a connecting ?tructure through the cellar und Ilrst story. Some alterations and repairs are to be made to the present buildim-H of the Museum. A partition , will be built across :he third floor of the westerly building, and the basement of the same building la to be arranged for exhibition purposes. The old ahops at the north end of the centre building are to be removed. In the cellar of the building will be placed a new electric light plant, consistine of a 110 hor-_ power engine ani 100 K. W. multlpolar Blow speed dynamo. THE CONTRACT PLAN OPPOSED COMMENTS ON Till: MAYOR'S SUGGESTION \s TO STREET CLEANING. IT IS GENERALLY BELIEVED THAT THB ri:"i"> BITION TO UCT CONTRACTS POE ????.?.? ],H|.,,si\,? OP TIIE REPTSB WOULD BS ADVAKTAO ?ITS WHEHE <?"1.".??:?. W ARINO STA M'S. Ma vor Strong*! action before the Bosrd of Eatl Tii.it.? ani Apportlonmenl as to the Street Cl( Departmeni ?as the subject of talk att-ong citisene vest, ida v. A Tribun? reporter called si th?? ? of the sir., t Cleanlns Department to see ? Warlni .md I??.?!!' whal he mlghl hav?? to say as to the preparation by him of Bpeclflcatlona for bids for th.? collection snd distribution ?if the city garbage. Colonel WarlllK COUld '"" l"' found? he ?>?**??? L'""" to Newport, where be goei every Friday, t? re? main until Tuesday, ? prominent dtisen said: ??? contract f"i- th-? final disposition of the city garbage and aehes would ??? an undoubted lien? ill to ?,.? community There are places ?ah.?!.? such c ? tra??!.? have re?',i;t?"i in an actual pro?t t?. the mu? nicipality, and there s?. ins to he no good rot.I why ih" same should not !'?? don?? in New-York. ??:.? contractor," be add??!, "who would dispose of th'? garbage by cremation would remove a nuisance from our water fr?"it which ?? hound to exist Just as Ioni? as !!;,? dumping process is continued. Put ; as to th.? gathering of the garbage," he continued, "thai is another itory. !f our itreeti ar?? to t"> cleaned by centraci we ?ill see the same condition j that existed two yeara ago, because th,? mai. who ; takes ? contract to eli in th" streets tak ? ? to make money, and he win mak?? money, no ? at what price h.? agrees t.? do the work, and II Is not hard to see what must follow. To clean ? ho streets on the contract pier is a task much herder | than Mayor Strong thinks." It wss said yesterday by those who pretei led to know Colonel Waring's view? on the subject I be would not oppose the contract plan as :'ar as it related to the final of th.? city garbage and ashes, but thai to- would oppose cleaning Ihe streets by contract, because he believed It would noi be ??one to th?? satisfaction ,?f the citizen-. Pr. Roger s. Tracy, Register "f Vital Btal sul yesterds) thai !)?? thought it would be a plan to givi contracts for th,? final disposition ??: the city's refuse, "Th.? worh of collecting and removing ashes an i garbage." ?.?? said, "wa? noi perform?*?! well uni.t contracts and 1 hope there will be no change bach to the ??? ntracl s) tern so fai ? elude the collection of refuse si I the ? eanlng -?:.,.?:> ? ????? ? \\ .,? : - ha - ihown II U I slble ? k. do? street? ? ? nd I believe I time Is allowed him he svili -how ihat ll : t,, dispose ol" the city's refuse to advantage, To give contracts for the final disposition ? th? rei . after .t has been collected ind rem ve?l l?y G?????? Warlng's department mlghl result In a ? for the ? Ity. ? he only ir >uble in the ?,? selling the refuse at a ?;??" I price ? is l< In tli?? fact thai II ha? ?.p Impossible to make th? peuple of this city keep ;he ashes and garbage ?i-parate. An effort to have a separation of th? ashes at. ? garbage was tri?- ; In a pan of the git y ?'here the !:tel.?(???nt and law-abiding p?*ople Hv? was follow? I hy complaints thai Bridget ., le t,, obe> Ihe new fir 1er. The t lm< come, however, arhen the ashes ??? ? I? an ai ? sold an ! ihe garbage ci. .?? ; ? ? ? '? ind soli, and th? ?it*- will w ? many t? of dol?an ? ve:. . t way to paj pari if street Mayor Btrons express ? his s?rpi se yesterdsy that any on?? should tske Ihe vies ???? ? la: the m? ? ting of the I :.-? ma:.? ?,:. Thursday ?as Intende ? ??, I,? ? :?, ? 'olonel \\ a ring "I ?? innol ?i i,.? sti is :. ss some ' 11 i.? ? ipspei - ! ? ; ,?. tl :? :. ? a tion n'as a ? Colonel Warlni 1 want to lit, 1 out, it I can , ; Waring is of tl ?? same p garbage and ashes cannot b< llsposed ,?: al , : ? ? Instead of costing so lari ? a ? im ? year lo k???! rid of." "Have you an) plan In y,,ur owi mil l foi posing of thi ? t-k? I. "Xon< as yet. replie?! Mayor Strong, "bul u? m 111 pr ibably hav? a plan 1 ? fes Mar. ? ; ? ; ? ?,v., \? :. do .Ma;, or'fl i less thai I .?????. ? I through th?? :., item ? ? cai ?,-.! In ? he pr ? seni -, m in t il , ? .: ? ?? , ? ? ihe mean Um? ? Bioner Waring says lhal he la mbm ? m tin ??? thai he cai I of its coll? BJ ; at present, a large annual ? ??. ? ? Colon??. Warlni was il ? ? I) Hall l.ut he did n.,t see the Mayor, ?i:,, va..- ? th?? time, aril Colonel Waring, I??.?. catch ? train for Newport, found thai he wait. Before leaving th? t'lty He ???? ? r Bald thai ihe w..r ?< ,-,,??? ! tra,-t i: '?,,? nonti their bond, bul thai II wh? doubtf ? ? be done. There woo: ? (,.? danger ? the building up "f a ring Tlie Commissioner ??,"k>? of his own experiments In :h?? way of ?lisp.??!::? of r?-fu?>?, ind aid lhal similar experiments, mori or lee? 1.t, mal?? In the lar???! Europea: had been amen le? Ir, ist lo ? ? tt,????? Bioner of Su.' sai Ing tn ititi ? ? : or tl matlon of sir.?.?: sweepings ri t isi u . il _?? l tri. 1 lo hav?? the law further mo? ?. ? ,? he sa;!, "so t?- to have th? s ? latlon' -,??-!,?,| after th.? word cremation, bul failed mal proposal? made laal lhal ulllisalIon of the refusi and .?. ? ?? :? - roatlj than any other mei hod, and ii est so far discovered for d,s|.:. ? f rei L. L. BUCE APPOINT! D CHIEF I S'GINl I /.'. Hi: Is? sf.i.K'-ii:I' Bt THE NEW EAST RIVER BRIDGE G????????? OVER MANY ???M! G ' 1RS HR. HARTI.N MAY HE ' ' ??? Si ?.? IMi ????.?1 I Ft. Tlie new Basi Hiver Bridge ' ' on mission m?-t yesterday in their offices In the Emigrant Savings Hank Building, m Chamber*-st. There ?.? ? I'?.,) ol Intereel attached to tbe meeting, be. ause Ihe New-York Commissioners and Brooklyn ?'?? Bloneri w?-re at loggerheads over ?,? ?? ? ??t. ? ? r. The meeting was he : ? door I Comm ? .ner Thurber said: "We thsl Is, I ? ? CommlBsloi ? ? entertain dei : li the matter which can ! ?? expressi ? li exi il Th? ? want to ha v.? ? hi ? sa; and I the presence "f reporters would sort of disi , n ig* thi-m. personally, ? would Just ss ??.-??<? have repre Ive ' ? u ? ?,r.?.--? at tl,?? in? , Mav.ir ts*r??rui an l New-York Comn Thurber, Wales and Deeves were present, bi w.-re Mayor Schieren and the Brooklyn C ?loners, Haiti, Sperry and Batterman The New York Commissioner? wanted i. i,. Buck, ?,f Ihb ? , gel th? pia? ?, while the Brook ? ? ? stoner? wanted v. O. Bogue or an engineer named Morrison appointed. ' onn,is-.,m,-is wer?? In session ?? loir and ? half, The New-York Comm ich a miff fight tot Iheli candidate that when the rirsl ballo! waa taken th? Brooklyn Commlsslonei in. ar.l Mr. Buck was chosen. Mr. unk has a high standing among elvll eng! neers, and wa- chosen b) the New-York Commi Bionera from the names ,,f man) which were pr, sented to thi Hoard, ? wai be who rebul.1 the Niagara Suspension BgMge. He !??? ni-" bulli bsv> en, bridgea in South America and several In ihi Northwestern Stall Then the Commissioners'casi aboul for ar. em!? , onaulttng eng neer, ai I Ihe name ol none me! with such favor from both sldei as thai ui Chi? Knglneer Martin, of H,e Brooklyn Bridge, li waa finally decided to offer the place to him, which will '"' '?"':" I" a fen da] . Ii wa? also dei Ided lo hold a public hearing next Wednesds) afternoon l.efferiH !.. Buck was born m Bt Lawrence < ouiuy, about fifty-four years a?., He enlisted In, ?li" Civil War from that count)', and aft? four years of service, he entered the Rensselaer I'oii ?? hnlc Institute nt Troy, where be was graduated as ,? civil engineer. Although he has always hs ? his office In this city, much of his besl w,,rk ha? bei n done in <>th?r places. tboul twelvi hour? ago. be superintended the erection of three bridges for a railroad in Peru I!?? hud chargi ol the rebuilding of the old bub pension bridge ai Niagara, conducting the work so skilfully that it ?a? noi necessari to stop re? running of trains over the bridge al an) time dui Ing the work. Aboul a year ago he erected a pier at Trinidad for a Bteamboal company l'urini; the laal winter Mi Buck has been makim; the plans fur the new railroad and carriage bridge at Niagara, and he left this city al ?1 ?, in. yester? day to supervise the beginning of the work.' ? l MTBTSSJOU? FATAL fail. There is considera Ue mystery rat-rounding ths dtath of Rlohard Pjrae, forty \.ar* old. who was killed early yesterday hv falling from a window on the third floor of his hom??, at No, .'17 Monroe s? He was found ?rushed mid MiMdlag ,,?, u,,. .?m, wulk ln front of the hoiis?? 11?? wa.? Hou uncon scious, ani no explanation could ???? obtained ? - , how he got out of ths window. An ambulali? ??? w a - summoned from Qowvarasur Hospital, where hs was removed. Hs dlsd t?ars without regaining consciousness. The dead man was well-to-do and was SBgSged In the cloak and suit bunliiesn at No. 8 West K.iur tearith-st. He lived with his family on the top floor of an old-fashioned three story bri.-k building, Ills wife and son would not givo the leaHt informa? tion regarding the dea?! man. except to say that he had been ailing and had taken an overdose of quinine. The Information obtained by the poll.??? I.? that the man fell asleep by the window und accidentali)' feil out. His body wss kept at the Gouverneur Hospital to await the action of the Coroner, who will ascertain whether the case la odo of suicido or accident. RITTEN BY A RATTLESNAKE. JOHN soXWill,I. BADLY WOUNDED, BUT WILL PROBABLY RECOVER. JA RATTMll!. Will? II HB WAI IIWIil.IM; AT 111 I'llll'S .MI'SKIM Sit ? ? ITS rAlBjQB IN'I'ij Ilia ii \Nii-Titi:.\TKi) at ui;i.i.i:. VITI H? ?????. John Bonwell, otfcerwlac known as "Rattlesnak? Jack." thirty-! I, ??' No IM ?.? ? ? >m liiiii,ir.''ltii-?t., was bitten yesterday afternoon by a snake he was handling la Hub*?**? Museum, in Fourteenth st. He Is now In Belle?/ne Hospital, wh re n was said lasl nlfhl thai ba would prob? ably recover from the injury, though h?? i? by no mean? oui of ?! inarer, Sonwell la ,?? .-n.iK? charmer and for the last three week? has been giving ?m exhibition al the rnu? ? ? 11 -. ? He hai ? cage there In which are leverai . u etles of rattlesnake? .iti?I some copperhead I sti.ik? ? ,??? blacksnakes, Aboul ?:M o'clock yestei day afternoon Bonwell, while giving hla exhibition, ? ila ? several of th?? snakes in his bawds. He dropped s Pennsylvanie ratti* nake, and ??????? he attempt??! to pich ir up, li bll h,m ..ri the third ring r ..r tin ridili hand. The fnnk"'s fangs penetrated Ihe ti.'r-h In two plac? ? By?tan?lera ran i"t physicians, th?? superintend? ent fave Bonwell tin if ?? glas? full of whiskey and ,? friend tied ? handkerchief tightly around Son? well's %\ rist m prevent thi movement of the poison t.. the arm and body A doctor noi having been found, Bonwell was taken to the hospital. When he gol there he was Buffering ? -ti Iderabl? snd tu- hand ara? swollen and had taken on .1 .lark . olor. ? the hospital Bonwell wa? treated by Dr A. l. l'lanl. r-?, who haa eharg? ?if ihe Bret curgical divi? ?ion, and who take? .. greal Intere?! In the an? usua] case. He says ?. ?!?????t one 1m?? noi 1.? treated at Belle? w More whiskey sraa given to Bonwell at the ii?.; pltal, and ? l per <-''nt solution ot potassium per? manganate waa Injected near tli? ???????? I with .1 hyi oderml The wrist snd ?ntn were bandaged tight!) ?? ptnn*ent the flow of blood, an?! Ihe wound * ? ' ' ' ' irboll?* a 1 I. \ ? ' ' luilri?? .?11 I ,11? I-ali? sa* th? en ?-' ?"??' ell t? noi man, and Ihr pint 01 o of a hlikej It? . 1 ? ?? ?th ihe efl ? the Ini t? ai d the ? iin I 1 ? ,m 1. , ?. ?, 1 ? m -.. thai It t.. .k f..ur men : 1 him in bed 1 ? evenli I |e 1 ?? 1 1 ? g 1 rom Intoxlr itlon when a Tribune :. . ??? ? . ?? ilm nlghi ?1 ? ,? of ? d )rk blu? nl >r with ? n g*?ted 1- .. 1 ? ? tight bandai I I srm will be re mo? nl with < In operai leanii the bloo ! ?? I to al ? 11 . ??? da 1 If there I? 1 ? for the s . : n;..????? In a few I ??. ? The nenl I will pr .???:,?.? ?? 1 1- never b? bittet befor? tten ? ? ? COL.8TROS0 ASD TUB CATHOLIC HOST. THE M.vv. ? WI! A ?ENT AT Tin: riRRAT ? ?! .1: ? SCti vi 1- INO TO BE II M. ? . ? * . *t ' ?,. 1 : ' ' ? 1 : VEI.T im ' ?-. '?':'. ???' \? Mayor Bti accepted ? ? ? ? ? on Wi ? G thi Paultnt ? lhat there ? ? ? tal ? ? I Al ll lot ?.? . rill be a ? ? ? . . I . .... : ? ? ? ?1 ' , . ? ? OFF FOB I VBOPI f.\ S HOB I - ?? ? 1 ; ?? > ? ' : ulllng I on 1 ? I Mrs W. 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'"lavi Ml 1 I. ' llppll .11 Ilei I! M... I? " I. ? I??. 1 ? ? ? ?? ni ! \l?- 1 hn Meyer ??? I. nel ?' M ! talle?*, \i ..! 1 M.? II.m . I'?rk?r, j?? ?1..1 M? lir?<ir?r?1 Hmli Ml ,? I Mn. ? liarle? A MM,.? H? i.n,? ? . . M .1 .????? ? 1 irvi?, Mr and ???. Jullu? I 1 II Jal ?.. Ml ? l-rn Ml ???? (' ' r< -? ''??'i ' ?? Harta v. ?,? ?? ?nd Mrs A >? W ? ?? ? :. nl. M l.l ? I-?? , Mi ..?. : ?.!? . ?;, ,,-,. ?, ...... The North Oerman [Joyd steamship ?Verra, for Uenoa, ?? .n can y, among othei - Mi end Mrs ? llajata, :?' 1- l-asqttale, Mr an ? Mr. W liai.k, Il d? M .1 M - ? M ? Mr .??,? Mrs a .1 lllll |? M. Il < Lionel and Mr? G. ?'. M anal ?? G ? ,?,.??? '?(.,? ???? ?. II. Jeffer?, Lieutenant ?nd Mr?. A rap Mi Mrs 1. s K-n pelimi, I, |r Captain !.. (Tala, Bishop .1 hn Moore, of r: r| I ' Ihirsl, da M, in ????.. ?? IV, ?? ???????.???. .1 ?? I?.??.!. Ml \ M .-'muh. The Veendam, of the Netherland-Amerlcan Una, for Rotterdam, hur? among n.r passenger?: I!. S I-...I IWlB, Mr?. I H ! Colon. .1' I lll-iri, Hi ll. . .?. W. i: 111 nil!, I. II?.III.??,? A. S. . Tl ?? Rev. IV, Klttell, Pl .m. ?? ?. ?, ?????, ? I' Kltlell, M. ind Mi ?;. \v. ??? ? a ?? .1*1 ?. h, ??.???. ??..|..p.: and Mr?, it 1. M I) ' .-?1|. Mini'?.. The I:.??. 1 Conner, m and Mr? 1: |. M? i?r ??? I'.?? W ?'iiiiiiiimliam. ??? ? ? I'..? r.i ?,,n. l'i I I ?..-lK-.?, 'i ? I',,?!, r? 1. ?'. W i:.i.i!i..ni, " ? . ? Pl I'll??. T. Ewlng, Mr ???? Mr? I!, f?a HI?? I. G. Fin.-.? ?. IV, I. Randall. Ml?? v 1. Oalameau?. u Rirhard a. Mr? R. H?n.?. Dr .1 g, u arrea, ?'???- ll.imliiiii--\rii? ?r-aii ?.lu.? si-atii'lilp I'.rnl.i in?? ik? following ani'.ii??; ber pai-?>? ligera: ???. ? G?...!????????.'??? I ini ??? |?: ?i,|,;il.k ?. Holier, ?... ? *y, gtiiea, ?. ?' ????? ?- ??: M H roa ?!.? I.iih.?, ? |*94*eaeteln, Th? It? 1 11 u.,r.i .1 I. March, 1. 1: u .,?1,1,urn Tli. Btata of C'allf.irnlti, of the Allan-Amte Line, ???111 carry among hi-r pa??ngirs ion-day; T. Unir..111. 1 ? Millet Mr. nti'l Mr?. J. B, Hl.ilr, ?!. G MHIrr A .\l Hlnlr, Mrs ?1 I. ?l. hoi?? C. Il l'un??. Mi?? ll. Nicholas, Mi ?ml Mr? G. M. Kngll?h, R. B. I'ai?.,n?, Mr. nn.l ???. ? ll?iti?r. Ml? C, M r.ir?i.n? Mr. ar.l Mr? ? |1?!?!'??, II II. 1',.||???\ Mrs. U K?nne.|v, \V S.oit Ml?? K. J. Knox, Ml?? ? 8lew?r!, A. Mi Alll?t?i. Ml?? M I. H'ewgrt J N, P. Meokle. 1?. W. Tliompion anil famllr. TU ll.v. II. j. Madien, Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U.S. Gov't Report Baking _Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBE HOME NEWS. TKt Frf.tid Fru? Loral WtAH, vntrh npnitn'i all fnm USI ipapiri tn S'w G??? ' 'fi/ ?*'"?< ?'-'' rSBS i r ? ?? ?7 tk* tri?. frmphit '??"'? ?>/ "" ''"''"' l'r'li. Imi iti hratlqtiartrri at ,?, .? ir,,, at, .Ve? i'""?? Cttg ?*'' ia/araasWes ami ??,"?>_ mtn'i 'nr j,?,'?/,,? ?'?' ""??/ '" ?'?"' '" """' himdfmmrter? and ??*',I tritt tl,?n h' tlittrihutril fa e'f ??? fiitWit l'rril n"cl. momen la ?AiAtity, and to thi tntUd I'nii for SaSSSaSBS |<<?n IHroa-j/ioul ??? CUWttry. ? ?e? ? PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT Till?: HOTELS. ASTOR w. l'. Hasen, Chief of the I'nite.i States Secret Servtee. EVERETT Bx-Congreaaman Hora? tio Blsbee, of rtortda. l'll'TH AVENUE Rear \ .ni.,: Richard W M ade, L'nlted s? ??.- Sav* tre. tired), .nal ,?.??? ?. Hurst, Democratic candidate f >r Governor of Maryland. QRAND Chlet Engineer w ll Harria United States Navy. HOFFMAN Ex-State Controller Frank Campbell, "' Bath, N. V. IMPERIAL M.i|.ir-i;??nersl A. MeD. Mc Cooh, L'nlted Sou?? Arm*/. Ml'RRAl KILL Pay. p., ter ?? rue \\. Read, L'nlted States Navy, snd .lullte .lohn M. Hail, of Sew Haven. WALDORF Captain Evan P, Howe!!, <.r Atlanta; Alesami ?? Brown, "f Baltimora and Hamilton Dtsston, ?.f Philadelphia WINDSOR?Edeon Keith, of Chl easo. WHAT IS ? *. 4 ? IX < ? ON TO-DAY. IV?,ardire of 1st uni Id BattertSS for State Camp; r of rh.? ?2 ? R< glm? nt. Seswsnhsha, N'ew-Roehelle, Knickerbocker, Shel? ter [?land snd Staten Island yachl club regattas Brighton Beach ra es, 2 "? P m RshlbltlOtl ,? Mi,??: an Art Osllei ?- \". I ESSI Twenl) Ihlrd st. Msnhattan Beach bicycle rseea " P m. I'nite l Hi bree So etti ' para le ai I mi is m? ??' Ing, evening. .-.?? ,?,. itoar ! of Irblii itlon, Murr iy Hill Hi I Mi 'i itthall arson bw Yorkrllle Police Court. Musi entrai and Bi n ? parks, ? p. rn. NEW Y' ?RK CITT. Mayor Strong yesterday ippolnte?! John ? Pits . ,,, ? ,. .,?. at So ? Ebbi Th,rt\ fourth ?t., ??? a member of Ihe Examining Roar?! of I pll ania for aanli ? ? The ? 'han ber of Commerci ?? de usin?t free h) m? ina monej Ut? raturi lauti! ? . M im y." ? on hi 'r,,:ii ihe ????: ? of prom? men on -: il points of the silver . r ol Pommel a arili these fi iny one s li lh*m bj R ,,,:n No. '?',:. \ ? the ? '< -.till ?,- tropolli in, .-'? vent! ? reeh will begin , ?, ? I ?r II ? r t -?. k o( V" sn II speak Postata iter l'a? ton has ? ? en Inforn from Ban Krai Marl ll , ? , in, el N'es ? >rk it the ? ? ? ; ? . ?. ? ? ; if Erai M ? ' ? na and J. \ ?m , : ? ? . ? ? San | stai r Will im A Potter '.?'li ? lion Parh Auditorium I ? I'nloi vi ill I s ? ? -???, begin ' ' ? .?,..? ? ? ' reel ? ? I th ?? ?? ; - ? ? ? ? \ ? . \| . ? ?, ? ? . , .... ? t ?,?. 1 Or' Ihi? ?d the I ' ?!.?? bids ' : , ? , ? ?., I :? nn ? Flambe '? Componi -regate a ??.... sere posti . . A PEII ?G DRIVEN I ?:<>\f /. UADOB. lise ARI ?. ? ?": ??? a?.? ?' ?????*|| ?.?. \ I. 4YEH M '? ?.' ?s? ? ?\ is.; 1*11 \ B-J ?IKE ? '? III1 PANAMA RAlUtOAll Th mblan ?..: ? 'u ance anivsrl ? here ah? .a bj dei ?????,? '.lays beyoi ?? ng day, oa In : ? h .?tp? ng I if ihe Pa li ni ,a-l The -r. hut stai noi il? tow her cai Th is al ma rhen the Fin in ? ? ille ? lining thi ? ,- .1. Mebro isk, s pi lesi srho ama driven from E lador ?a1; . ? t aas In prosi ? ?. rholi riti ild. waa ni lu?*-??! by the atta? -k ? ?. t'ali oli ?? ?? mai l< - bi the t,a? :?.?.. ,,r ??; Mai", ut the missionaries, both priests ani Im?? I- ? :, badi} Ireuti .. ?? versi barri?. es.? u ?? .? s Ith ih? ir :t\ es ? "hui ?,., p ? t l i,\ flre, the min ir. ? and ittei ?,?;?? ? Ilei h i\.? arrived bere recently, ANIMALS smini TUE CHI Ti, Till. \\?.|.|?. SEAS AXI) l.li'N OPTER XO RESIST AN? H Bl T 'I ni. Ml 'Mal ? ?.?? ? > HIM ? ? ?.II.? ? ???? ? ?.? I'll ? ? r REFI'SRS ?? ???_?1 ? ? experiment .?: sen ling down animal ? on ? 'ap lain Paul Boy ton's ehute al Cone) Island y? tei da) va.i? successful in mo : oi the caaes. The first bi p il to i" seni ?!,>.?? tl.hule ? ? 1er or m iik. >. ?? ?,?, li ? a?? supposed ? begs docile as u lamb; sad with the monke) asa George Brown, hi?, keeper |l iu sn entirely new sensation lo the monkey, and evident!) objectionable, for Brown landed al the end of the pond, bitten badi) In the ?, ?. ? r p ? uni righi band. The Mie In hla hand V\a? ,l Bel l'"l? "11? . The elephant, ,? small one, had looked ?Ith f.-ir m ? trembling .it the greal Coney Island elephant, mil nothing would persuade the uaually ?;..,"i naturi ? pachyderm t.. .m.-r a car snd reach th.? top of the chute, "Nat" Johnson did hli best, but the elephanl refused to go up the Bleep Inclina \ s.?,.-r?an wolf, how. im. seemed to enjoy the trip, .n, ? Jumped ultore ai the end "f the pond none the worse for bla rapid Bilde Into Ihe water below. The dancing bear actually ?"em,?,? to enjoy the sow esperience, When be landed he nibbed off the ?pray thai had fallen on iii?- shaggy coal ariti, bu pawB, and later waa |>araded through the principal atreeta of Coney [eland a? a ehute enthusiast. A lion srent down In dignified .?t>l??. aondertng whaT it wa- all about, hut h.? made no trouble, ORPHANS ENJOY THE EXCITING SPORT. A pleaaan! feature of the reporter?? visit t,> tti?? ehute ?n ths unalloyed pleasure of one hundred orphan boya an,? a neon of orphan ?ir;?, abo were Invited t" oosM there from Bt .lohn'? lioni??. Brook? ?vn, an.l the New-York Health Home, to be whirl?? ? down ili?? miniatili ? cataract ani ? ?seed ah,,ut th? Ink,? 1.w. II,,w th. youngstera enjoyed it! Girla .ir. i boya cheered aa the) came down th? chul?, tumbled over one another when the boat ?truck thi aster, and were "?lashed from hea ? ?, f?,i Bui what rniutere.l u? Were they not hsvlng the besl time they ever had? Thelt little facea wer? wreathed m the sunniest of smiles. ? AN IRISHMAN'S SHEET ANCHOR. There were many ...mini acones Bl Hi?? ChUtl fern. hi,la>. The woman who takes the ride ?.-reams at ?M ?tail, sad then has to ???'???! her li.it an,I fimi out If It I? on perfectly fitnilirht. Th'T?? WSS an Irishman llu'r.? yesterday who ,er tuiniy wh? the fanales! of nil. a? be landed on the? ink?? he thought lits hut wa? gone, and grabbed for it with th?? tight han.i, whl,h bold th.? rail Think? ing h?? was railing overboard he reached oui with his left for ?imethlnu to BtOsdy himself He found an anchorage, and held on i?> It. It wa? ih? liiiiK beard ol his German neighbor. W'lH'ii ihe boat st.'inlle.l, the Irishman found out where hi? anchor ha.I ground?*d. "lie nnrrah. If It hain't been for your whiskers Ol'.l been tn the water." "lie nest dime I comes on dese boats I vili be ehaven before I do so." sal.I the Uerman. And tho iiicii parle?! without a quarrel. J A FF A IFS ?? ?, ROOK L Y ?. "N' THE TRACK OP AN INCENDIARY. A l'Uri: M M'XH.w. BADLY MT.NS ????.-??:?.??* IN ?:?'?:???.?G?"??'.? WITH srSI'li'IOl'8 S It IM?* (?? NU IN A H?M SE. Alonso Brymer, fir* marshal, ?raa experimenting ??? terday al ?Police Headquarters with nome pboa? phone, s/hlch he found hidden In different pia - behind the clapboai i? In three Broadway bouses i" nglng to F lis Hessberg, ot No. ''.t? Putnam*ave. Thej were mysteriously set on tir?- earli on Ttura daj morning, H?? ha?: some of the stuff, whlrrb i? m ? Ie of phosphorus an.? sulphuric ???? ?. on s knife blade ?/hen Ii suddenly burs! Into name and burned i:i- hands, He tried to wi;.?? the burning compound fnim hi.-? han.Is off on th?? linoleum matting and iel that on tir??. Deputy Police Commleelon r Croaby attempted to atamp out the 'ir?? and had hla burned. Mr. Bjrymer'a rlgbt han.I la so badly I.urn??.I thai .? m feared he -will hav- to have par! of the ? thirl f?nger amputated. He bellev? ? lie ha? ? ?fflclent evidence to convict Hesaberg o? Incendiarism. FOR A TRIBUTE TO THK BROOKLYN CITIZKKS M'li.i-'S THE RIVER ? ''?I.!.K?'TIN?; MONET TO PITR *HAf*E ? PREMEST POR THE M'W I'N'ITKI? BTATEa CRUI8BR Mayor Bebieren arili nexl week .1 ;????.?tir ? i?nm mitt??.? of citisene to receive subscriptions for the purchase of s suitable allver service or something of that nature for the neu l'nlte?! States cruiser Brooklyn A number of prominent cltlsena have algniRed their ? llng-neaa to push the project, and there Is little doubl thai tbe response on the part ol the public will lo ci ti ? fourth city In thf W lllam Berrl, two year? ago, when the news ?>f th? (iovernment'a Intention ol naming the, ?r....k h p ? .?? anno ince '. I I ir Ho "iv thai he would subeerlbe MOO for .1 lultable ? " In .-? if the I ;.'\ ? inn.??; ?'s comp Iment. I:. ? ? in, ?o off :. ????-? ? bro ighi to min 1 and ? dosen or more w< slthy !; they in.nil give .-1 like hum '? ' ?? ??' ere .1 ; Maxwell, ||.nr\ VV Maxwell ? *.. 11 ?-1 ? I Woo?ifor.J, Charlea \ Moore i- ?.? 'ill have b? .-n ? .i?\ to raiae a larg? among the m..r.? wealth) cltla bul the Mayor sn 1 Mr Bei ri are of thi thai it would be f?r ?? .r?? itisi? torj f ever) had a chance .? ? ??? ? CRUSHED To DEATH IN AN ELEVATOR. \ rot v; m\v-' BMTUiTKT* IN THE rORK WORKB ATI i:mi : ?' TO G?.???? P.-r?. THE rAR AFTER IT STARTS \M. is KILLED, Henry Msrlow, twenty yi ira 0 '. aras Instantly ; l yesterda) moi nlng b; etvreei ... ng on I rh.? cork works st Bayard an 1 He ?va? empk to run 1 ?.?.?? " . nom "f the rr In the pis 1 ? r a wan ? 1 . .? ? 1 Marlow ha . !-??./ 1 il He 1 ? , , ?. f the floor ? 1 crushed. A in. was ?.?-.?r 1 by the eng neer, ??> ho I the place, Tbe 'Mir? S ? ?.. li?? ha i ? .r. , ks. TO HAVE TROLLEY "PICNIC" CARA INH Or* MR. 11 IMI'R >VE HI? l.lN'i: - 1 HAVE AN Mi: - >F KL.I ??** ? oi'T ? ??? am. 11.? ?!?? 1: ; 11 ?? t? ? nil?: CTIEAPNESH OF THE RIDE Pr? ddent ' ima of 1 i:? . ' rompany will due? .. numi er of Innovatloi a hlch UM their .-?y" : le? 's 1 t o be 1 ?. ? ? r O f cai ? wh.? I e a rlile to ani ira will have drier Stf ?.? will ?..' G?.??:? ..? iwl of ? ; rill also be ; rot Id? I ea riti b? : ,i ? ta ne I, snd an ? 0 11 ..' ' ?.?.?? ? -it!.- 111 ihe eh etri.? t;?-- ; ting of 1 g 1 lore, m ! ? hen ?. ,? ??. a ? ?rr..?:??. ?/Uh 1 ?1 , ? from * ?111 1 .mea ha! il? .1 cornei m their onwai I fill ? ? ?,?-?.?., 1 : ? ' 1??????:??.? I'nlonvllle, Jamaica and other ?uburban , The experiment will soon be ma I? on 1 IERED ABOUT Till: TOWN \ ipeclal ?rain carrying Preeldenl I'hlmann and ? ? ..? Brooklyn Elevated Railroad ?rill i. rui over thai road from th? Bridg? t.. this afternoon, On Monday th?? line will be In full operation. The run will rake forty minutes ?. one of th>? w< altklesl of Kl.7.1!? lh, ? I . applied to the i'harltles tjepartmeni for relief yesterday, Hi? temporary ?rants sren suppl?? '?. and he will be s.-m to th? Overa. of the Poor In N'ewark to And why Ins I 111 children, two ot whom ere arell-to-do and live in ir Newark, do noi luppnrl their father, '??.? Oeneral Term has reversed the decision of Judge Moore sentencing to tentlary f..r one year Thomas J01 ng .1 common gambler, .lone? kept ? polle) shop m FTfth-ave., an.l an ..i/ent of lh? Boclet) for the Buppreaalon of Vic? had him airetated Judge tlaynor granted ? certificata of r-aasonable doubl In the case after Jone? hai been rentrlcted, snd Ihe sppeal has been disposed ot by the Oeneral Term .1? already an noun ?? ftwanatrom of the I'.. ir.i ..f education has completi ! li ? appointment? to it?, committees ..:' the r -u 1 The five ne* a-omen members hav.? been tr.ir.i in all reap? ?? 1 '. ii\ .1? the men. Each la .1 Ihe head or .1 local committee, and each ?rill rve on three of Ihe standing committee?, The annual target practice with big guns was begun Bl Fori Hamilton yesterday, An eight-Inch nt!.? was Bred twenty times al s target ?,&?? ?-??t oui in the Bay Three ahota were fired rr..m g fifteen? Inch ?nn.oih-i.iii''? gun ai an Imaginar) |uare l,?*O0 feel .iist.ini Practica with the mortar? will take pbv ?? to 11?. /?? si mi- THB mor hi ? i\ torni: Th* trouble si Bt Oeorge, Btaten Island, between the ?'..niitv authorities and the Rapid Transit Com? pany, s/hlch resulti 1 In som..clternenl Thui lu will probably b<.ttled In the courts The fence, which the count} engineer removed at ? late lu.m Thursday night, wa? rebuilt by the Rapid Transit Company yesterda) morning 1?1? .'..unti authorities :..i\ no? placed the mat? 1er in thi hands ?.' John 1 Kenny, county counsel, .u, 1 he ?ill endeavor ??. ?ettle the question of owner muii ..f th- disputed land. ? ri?* SBWBA M r.\ rifai DITIOS CASE. Arthur C. R. Mewaam, who la want?.1 in ?!.>.iro?, Ttlnll.i.l. When kB * IB formerly 11 mnitteti-ittc. on charge? ?if heavy embeaalement nnd torgary, wna iiefoi- United Si.u.m Commissioner Bhlolda renter? day for ? x.iiiiln itimi nn Hi- ?-u-stlon of hi? extra .1111.m. The testimony arrltred here a?*reral ?lay? uko in eharg? of p?lice ofBcers ?.f <;-.ir<?s and l'on of Bpain, who know th? defendant. Miguel Oouvola a corporal of polle?, swore thai h? had known tin. defendant for fourteen year?, snd that the prisoner win? ili?? person named in the Indictment. Newsam's count??!, Robert Walt?, asked for imi? to read over the testimony, and tha e**e went over until Tintada) neat. -4>-. OFFIOMSA OF THE. ?????? Jf.i r /;/: 7'.i//?. Acting (Orijor.illon Counsel Turner ?ent a 1-tt.r to Actinie Controller St..rrs yest.r.lny advlaing him that he could sufi'ly pay th? el. rks ami sut.,ir<llnnle.s of tba S|.-ilal Sessions ?-..iirtH and th- City Miikis triite? courts, wli.i? pu y rolls w.i?? m*A* the sub? ject of an oi'l-r of Court by Judge Morgan O'Hrl.'ii. The Judge run hi? pen through tho restraining part of the order, and ?Imply directed the Controller to | show causo why Uu should uot b? restrained troia si ?.?- rJcea al one o'clock to-day. Ycstenijiy was a busy day in o shots lU'paitiiieiits, with ima) pairs good ??'i, ?*4 anil ??Ci shoes reduceil t $-> a pair, their only fault being so fe of a kind. Those left this ???pp???; are chiefly small sizi's and narrow widths, so count yourself fortunate if vou tiave a sina foot. Rogf.rs Pbet & c Prince rinil Bl*, v'a? iv w irren ..??? Broadway .121 n:?.l III? a.I? iy ive a small BET & Co IS ???? ????? RiRiR. an?l ail internal |?a,n. Bsternal Mosquito Bites, Sring-?, Rheumatic Pain* A. liAl'iVA V?, I'll.I.-' , -nre t',,n?rlriatl.,n and f.lvr DtsSl*4*Bgg auditing and PSjiag these employes, returnable August ? Mr. Turner aald that it ?va? the Cea trailer's duty to regar! the uw as constitutlo .ml obey it? mandates until It had been alludi otherwise by competent authority. ? A I> M A Y ? a READT RKLIli lakes Inwn: '.?y 1? ?lantly rallevee quickly rUr?? ?'liniera M r ?? rhoea. 1) >? ? , Summer c, m piali. Win?i ln th.? B w.'i KsternsUy fr Brutees, Bure* onsl ??Ith BELO FOR FF. IOS lo'S _ ss a ?lt. The examination In ttV <\-iso of Walter Hoyt, Ir; Han BCOUl and int.Tpr-nr, who is charged w. ? lltlng James Rutler. of One-hUfl Ir.? l-.,r, 1-nln ?lor. .1 ? ? I l-'irst-ave., near his home on ?he night "f .Julv IB, was ended before Magistrate Uo% in ;.???, Harlem ?Ourt. yesterday. Butler and oth?? i that ? hli.? Hoyt'a ?t?:t.t, M-ndle. w entcaged In .? quarrel with Butler, Hoyt drew revolver and a truck Butler on th? head w.-h ? Hoyt testified thai he only a<te.l in lefence of hi s? if an?! his brother. The Magistrate held Hoyt in $?.'.<?? ball to am a charge of *e!onloui assault. ?? ???? INTELLIGBNOtX MINIATtl'.E AI.MANAt ? : 1:1 at? on aeta a m f.AA Mees'? ?go ? HIOH VVATKK TODAY. am Bai Iy ? < ? ??'??? Istsnd ? ?? M-n Gate 8? I'M Band} Hook ??'???',? Island ?-11'Hell ?late 8:, INOOMINQ STEAMERS. TO-DAT. ????? Lin?. '"alaria .Hamburg. .1:1?. 21 .Harr.h Artie Venetla.-?'hrlstianiian,'.. July 21... II IB Kmmj Bl G.?:?. - 27.Amene?.?. - Liverj ?? . ? rj lui) 27 . !" a ? ? m.Boti-T'lam, lui) 24.N'-th-Araer un.? 'jo.Keth-A*aer ? Inguai ?.Q'i?b*e Et p'a... : S'NI'AV. At'OL'ST 4. SI . . Aniline July SO.Mor-ia MONDAY, ?G??'?? ". ?..':?', .White *-??? lull 2~ . ? <? Uny4 '? 1 I.X Y A t .N?- Orleans, July :ti.Ci -r.?eU OUTGOING STEAMERS. TO I ?AY. Mall? .?! a? V< '?) a '-? : .'??? a ? ... , :?" ? isi ? ,?, .1 Vewel. Por, Litte. ? 1. 1.1 tlours me, Havre, Presch . 2 men, ? ? ;.? 1. 7 Keth-Amer.11 ? ?; ? i 1. ? I. 7 ? H Ou ,-,t? Red ?? .Il i . Hamburi Hai il '?'t:? r . 2 H ? 1. N V .v ? . ? .11 ??? ,, m 1 - n. AU ?- .1" "" a ni 1 iy. Hayil. !".?? r, W !. .11 00a m 1 .. Ola --? is All in.. 7 on 1 ? '.? Mel toba, Lond ?. All Trane. 1 Su? ? ?. Oalveston, Manors. 3 MONDAT. AL'OrST 9. ia, Kir.sat n, Amerl aa Be Co.. ?..-,.? Tt'ESDAT, At'OUSV ?. \ - iTrAt-nen. ? '"? Lloyd. ? oft a m ? M 4 ?a ; ???? .1, A'hit?* Star. 3 00 ? p? . ".? t-. 3."" p ta ?. Han leater, Lamport k Holt. -, '.% "i ? ra -, ? m ??' a m 1 "" ? m '"' p ni 3<i p m 00 ? n " ? m '*' ; ta M a m 00 ; a? ?OS pa SHIFPISG SE'.VS. l'.'UT OF M:\V-VOKK l-HIl'AY. At'OUST 2. 1S95. ABRIV'KD. . VI ? ris (Oer 1er!, Kaemj ff. ItHmri'ire M, ia irli p? ?ae, liai ,: | .?- t ??-:? '. Hamt.uri-Ar..??:? aa I ... ? [lar al i" 42 a m. , : - rst. Ihml? ire J'ily lo Guai Heye. Arrived SI he liar at .?.?ill a 11 ihaua-n, Bremen July 19, I ..r ili?? llar at 11 ? li I ,?..,-. -' iBtea Juif ? lier te I ' ? ? '??re? I??, and 'hreif ? ih a ? Arrived si tha Hai a? lo."-* |. 11 Vu.? 1 M va ?? ! 1 ??.?!-?? 1 Slami I'arry, Ken p ? ????. ?p-?.??1 ,,? ? ?,?, ,?? ?? rne, Nee '? d ira with j i Ven > ? :- \\ ?.-,?! ..?? ' . -? ?. ' ? N'en ?. Va, With ?? ? ? ? r T?*rktown ?, Newport ? *?''?!?.. , ; paa ?ng. re io ti Steamer i'lty ?'. Columl with ?,..-,-,;;? 1 ra ? titean . ':???:,? - - '. with I Ise t . w P CI ? .? ' ?? II ??-. ? i| ? ? " ;? Bl "- -??'??? "?"-? all.I tt.i'iy CLEARED re mi .|????>. li ? by, r--rn.iiTibuo?\ Maina and Rio Jan-Ira , Steamer Semin?le, Chleheater, a W F Clyde A O?. Bl .mer Ul ??,???G?-"??- iKri. I.etw;' I! -? \ 1 -?M. . t m'eri . tOerl r - "??? p.-?t? A ' -?.?.rii.-r sta?? >r t??\.?.?. il \ Bruna? li ?! I -naa? dina '' il Mail, tv .v .', attrai ? ?'?t?. Kudenh Id, Hai i-f "ines. ?:??. ? '? Steamer Yemas????, Rnblnaon, ? arles! ? dr?a a ? _ ,?'.-?. '"inven. \?ra ? t?t? I Ta?? ; ila n..um. ?'- \vm JohaBion ? ''?. Lin I (Oer?, M'lwrhhaai-en. il.? -| Bl ? i.i-i Hey* _ \. , , (Bri, McKay, Liverpool -?.tt-, a ? llrondack ?lin, Sansom. Klngatne Satasaah ele, l'un, Forw ? ? G Kl earner \'??.??.?? ?m ll'uteh), \'.-n Ser ?'??*. K tt?r,1afl?, lia Boulof-ie ?miti. ? I !??? fl G St. ?t?.-r Sii!.? ..;? t.. Moller Bran'en, vis Sou "_ ? \ i\i Steamer Lauerest Ins tBrt, Qatrls, segua la Uranile JO Seager. Steamer Welle City .uri Savane. Rrlst ? M * ?-' .--?. .mer Prisa Wlll-ni IV .l?ii?.-hi. Sluli?r, Baytl ani Venezuelan ??,11? Kunhai ll S ' ? Steamer Manitoba ? l'i ?. liriffliii?. l.-nl'n K-w-TaiS Khipplni Co. Steamer Dora (Br), Miichell, Baltimere Hlrset, i>it-r.?ui ?r Deutachlaad lOerl, Shlerhorst, Flii-h!-...? OSSI Heye. Steamer Pansma H**r), t'iiui-'t. lvardeaux- G??.-h. ??'>?? t ' Steamer fanii"? (Br), McKay, st Km*. Ma. tisi ri?, ?? ? ? ? luterhridge ? io. Steamer Uransena iBrl. Bpeddlag, l'ara hii ? M ma,?a Via Ila? , !,. SI IplOB <'.?,?.??? ,? rr Blata ol California f?r), lira,-?., Otaaaasa? Auai ? Ha iwhi S ?'"? st..liner Caracas, vv.?:????<, Curacao an?l l?i uaa|M ? nil?" ?? Dalle?. Steamer Ja>vW1 <Hn. Kiaser, Kingston, \ ?.? Ja ka-'inll!?? J E la? r S '?? SA1I.KI?. Si.?.un - ? ? . Ut., for Sai aiir.i h ; P.uv riatta p iBr?, Al sierra, .',?? ? and Venute; lasos ?". Kiiiawt-'n. J?'T!;? via .11, k? uni!??. Verna???'. Charleston; Beaanele, Ja.-k? ?,,na m. s n?? f Tessa, Brunswick an.l IVrnan.t.na; Am ??.an I Dutch?, Hook at 11,.Hani, for n,-.lei?. Till?: MOVEMENTS OS sTKAMKKS. ??????? PORTS stetuaer Nomadic iBr), Oarka from Msw-TsiS "??y 2? aiTlved al Lia ??"?? Attaruel 2 .... , .,._?_ Bteamer CSmpsnla IBr). Hslaea Mesr-Teeh tor Uemm, urtivad at Queeenatosra lussai 2. steamer Normannla (0?t4i, Bareada from HaaaMrg ro? New York, arrived at ?..uthiimpt'.n AUSUa? 2. Ht, u r PuiTieaela fBrt, Ham.?, ?ailed from UUi|ow fur ? w-Y'.rk August 1 .. . ._. _.._ Steamer Principle <??>. Siannard. ?ailed from Lett? for Neii-Vrk Aiisu?t '-' , _, ??_ st. ?ni.-r Tlilnai.ill.i d".n?. ?-rentten. trom New-Tnrl? Jnii 30, for Chrtatlenls, C*4ipasliassa *?? Stettin. pas-? DunnetHcad Aususi 2. .,, . ?. - .w Steam?? Furet Hl-mar-k (Oert, All.er?. fmm Neva-YorB via Bouthairploa, arrived at ?lamhun- Ispul ?*? St?iini? r Ulan avril iHr?. 1.1,>>l. ?all.l from UBSSS for N8taMMr '??'?.'.'?'??.? (BU. Harri?, frnm Olrsentl vis Messina for Nes York, psaaed Olbraltar ?assaS I MM Bsgrsa is l'i?'??, louai] tep eta 0. ItaSBBSr Ktona iltrt. KnwrlKlit. ?alle.l from Hi,? Jan?l?e f ?? New "Torti July 14. . . .. _, <(,- inier Nsasayta (Mr), asilad iras ??*? leesass fnr New. ?? tk .Vua;u?l 1. ? - - . ? st.aim-r HetTM ?I????. Ceda*??, Besa New York July a arriv.-.i at iti , Janeiro Ai.gu?t I. _ Stesassr KevsUus (Betgl. Stailetun, BBtM from Peman*? im.,, f,,r New-Torti lagna 1. 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