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PAGES 13 TO 16. \P* mm^tk ?N=_fe*a j TUESDAY, ? FEBRUARY 25, 1896. THAT YURUAN EXPEDITION. ?jf WAS HBRBLI AN IN8PECT10N PARTY. K0 |*HO!_mUTK* ON EITHBB .II>_-Y.:_. Bir__A's pb mn aoai.nst the proposbo CHAKTEBBO COMPANT-A I'llOTO OBAPH OP AN Ol.n MAP B_1 MD, T__IC-1 ?USTAINS the ? rtjMr.rn'ii: LIXE. Waahlngton, Feb. M.~"Ths Qeorgetows (Brlti;*, Oul inn) Chronlcle" of Feb. :-. whl h reach?d the Bu mbuoI Ameri.-.m Republlc* to-day, contalna th* foi ; mt uf lh* ruruan atrocltte*. which at l,o mu li attentl m re? ntly, and whlch at the Umt w. re ?.. isht llkely to lead to an outbreak ot ; tl*a ln lhe dlaputed terrltory: The expedltl in conalatlng ol Colonel Mclnnla, Mr. w ?;? ..\ ;?; : ti ? Lleutenant-Colonel Oodfrey H ... it,' H :;.... i I_ l. ta. rei irne I on un Yuruan, after accompllshlnR the doub.e i mllea ln the remarkably ahori tlme . . iwenty-four w rklng rl iy*. Kalacoon waa l.-ft at 5:H) a m " n January 11. an 1 the pollce atatlon al > uruan ? , rea ia I al 11 SO a m. on the 22d. The arrlval ol the three boata brought to th.- rlveralde at El lorado of Venez i. lana, among *v!l |B ?* waa known thal Colonel Mclnnla had lefl Oeorge lown 11 vlalt the atatlon.bul therewaa no algn ol Hny flemonatratlon. The Captaln m.l Adjutanl Marahal ? c and the m< :i und r lh. ... were nll f .un, to b ? In i *: -ellent health. During thelr atay they have thatched the roof of tha* pollce atailon. whlch la now much cooler and mon- comfortabi* than formerly under the corrugated Iron rooi. Th? Inapectlng party only remalned at ruruan twenty-four and a half houra, the return Journey bainK ?? immi>noo.l nt noon on tln* 22d. Kalacoon waa i i on Bal irday night nt 3 o'cl .ck. The rellev Ins party. under Inapector Henderaon and Lleuten anl Alexander, waa paaaed al the flral fall* ln ln* Cuyunl. Ex ellent weather w*t exporlsneed thio.ign c ? Journey, raln only falllng on two i The Colonel Mclnnla referred to _ tbe eommander ln-chlef of tb* colonlal mllitary force*, and McTurb li tbe i Ivll offlci r ln charge of the dlaputed dlatrlct. As was feared at the tlme, sn ih an expedltlon, flll Ing thr** !? at.-. wi- ? ??.' ited to Incen** lh* Ven esuelao*, who nre encamped on tbe b.mk of ;he rlver dlrectly opposlt* th* Britlsh poat, but they wer* apparcntly restratned from commlttlng any ova-rt * rt. Th* Chronl sl*" also aay*: \\'e bev* Mcured a photographle copy of a very Intereatlng maj.. of Britlsh Gulana In I ?? _on of the Royal Agrlcultural and Commercial Bo? clety, whleh throwa a great deal of llghl upon the : iry dlapute between Veneauela and I ita coi ony. Bimllor t-.>;*i*-!-a. ?.* underatand, have been . b lalned by tha* partlea concerned ln the controveray. Th* oiiglr.al map waa prepared for Mayor F. Van Bouchenroeder, n lTM, ar.d upon lt the boundary llne. marklng the llmlta of tha Spanlsh poaaeaalon* and the extent of th* Dutch colony, U .ir.rwn from Pnnt - Barlma and la alm at Identlcal wlth the ex. . , Sohomburgk llne, the only dlfference belng that on th.* cbart the boundary ls Indlcated to l >e perf .iv atraight, whlle th* Oerman aavant adapted his to the natural conflguratlon of th* country. Ocorgctown, Britlsh Oulana, F.*b. 10.?On ;h? eve of the departure of the mall for the Unlted States a re-.i.rt has galned currerr-y that further and serto'.is compltcatlona are likely ta arise in connectlOfl wltb the question of tho boundary dlaput* between Brit? lsh Guiat.a and Venexuela. It la reported thnt the Venezuelan Oovernment wlthln the last i'.ay or two fca. lodeed with the Government of Britlsh Gulana, to be forwardsd to the Imjeriai Oovernment a formal protMt againat any ooncesalon of land wlth? ln the COnt**t*d terrltory belng granted by the Britlsh Government. The prctcst i.*< sald to be a \ prc***d ln courteou* but flrm languag . anJ uniesa a halt is called by the Colonlal Uovernma:rt ln granting ar.d lhe Imperlal Oovernment In approvlng further eoneeaalona wlthln tha eonta-sted reglona, thi-re may be trouble, wblch hith-rto haa been avolded. . ,. . . It la not difftcult to flr.d the cauae for this rrean move. Joa*ph chamberlaii . the Brltiah Seeretary ol j-itate for th* Colonle*. haa mada no aeoret of tr.n fact that he haa before him an applicatlon hy a niimh?r of capltallata for a larg* tra. I of Land wlthln the dlaputed terrltory, thal the** capltallata offer to purchaae a tiact of land in tlie nonhwest disiric;. wlth abaolute right lo tho minerala and pre.-ioua itonea, t'mb*r, rallroad and : nrnshlp rlghta a* well as leave t.> aell lhe con eaalon or portlon- of ll to publlc eompanlea. Thi? ..; ; ls now under con*lderatlon bj the local O i/ei nment, When thi*- offer became known ln the more Influen tia! clrclea ln this colony the liritish Gulana Char? ta-red Company was Inatitnted, and lt has trana mltted to the Colonlal Becretary a petltlon for a conceaalon of cr.wn land on the rlght bank of the < ? nl Rlv*r to "the we*tern boundary of :he col or.v '? Th* grantlng of the conceaalon la coi ? aa abaolute cartalnty, an.l th.- Chartered Company hai glven an undertaktng to hand over t.. tho i, nmenl of th* Colony wlthln two yeara ? grai tlng of the conceaalon the p'im of $500 be c-xpended in the constructlon of roada and bridge* to connect -.he eonce?*lon wlth the coaat a::<l to have a furth.-r w-.rkiiiK capltal of 1750,000, and ln of fallure to coroply wlth tbes* term* to forfelt de conceaalon. The altuatlon ln Britlsh Oulana n-maina un changed. The eolonlata have a epti : and ab*o lutely rely on tl.e atatement lhat the Kngllah Gov? ernment wlll as rt thelr terrltorlal :i?h*s up i Ba-homburKk llne at leaat. As no move haa been mad.- to diaturb the exlating arrangement of affairs. the colonisis treat the pn tenalona of the Veneauela ans wlth cool Indlffi ren re The liritish Oulana Regl*trar-Generaa of Blrth* and Dearl-.s has Juat completed^hia report fi from whlch it apepari that the populai I th* colony waa 2-8.130. of wl mi lO.SSSwereE t Indiana. The total blrth* were 8,957 and deatha 3,73''. Th" hlghf-'t bir:Vi rr.'.'* waa am ma th* ah irlglnea, belng 87.? per l,'.'^1 li.a- ! mc.', 1'. "I, l>i-!ns 'f '? ' ' other than PortUK'ies.*. < >f the l.SM l.irtht in Georftetown only R8 were la-irltlmat.*. Th? death rate of Europeana other than Portuguea* was H.44; PortuKtia.se, 41 W; Eaat Indiana, Sl.17; Chlnese, 13.20, and m!x?i ravs. K.41. Throughout :he colony th'-rn dled during the year '<2 Europeana. 41- Portuguea*. g.T"r.? Eaat Indlar.s. 145 Chlne**, 2"S ahorli-lnes. 11S Afrlcans?1.181 black* and W, mixe,] ra.es. EXGRAYER8 GO OS 8TR11B. TH_Y WANT PEWEB HOfRS OK WORK AND MORB I'AT. The m*mb*r* of th* I.llhOKrarhlc Arttst* ani Engravers" Insurance rrote"!ve Assor-iatlor. went on atrlke ye.- teniay. The (__C*ra of tlie assoelatlaan aaid that Mt BDCS went out ln this clty, and about the aame numbar in other ci'ies. The str'kerB h.-ld a meetlng yestarday at Holz's Hall, No. \2 Bt Mark's I'lace, and a member of the Executlv* <*om n*ltti*e aaid tha: tha? c!;>f demand* of the strikers are the rscognltlO- of the aaeodatlon and b*tter protectlon of Its meml-crs againat the eompetltlon of oatsMsrs. Among tb* Drma said to he atTected by the sirllte are th* Amer.can Llthographlc Com panv Sackett & Wllhelms. Oray Uthographlc Com nany J Ottman a- Co., The Knapp Company, Oaai iny Donellan Brothera. ix:-A Uthographlc Compai y ai I Jullua Blen. A member of the flrm of J. Ottman aS- ( o. aald that he kr.ew nothlrn,* of the atrlke untll he reached ) .< place of bualneaa yeaterday He aald that the flrm employed betw. i alxty and aeventy men. ?. , .,,. aboui half of them wen out, He thought m..re of th.-m would return to work thla mo .? ,.,, i ,.. a/er bad a *trlke belor*. When ?\er tbe men had whal they deemed grlevancea they had alwaya come to blm wlth them and the ......... ted In b mannei nai I u I ry . , ? . ,s ?;,;,.., however, the laaociation nad ?<-nt a elrculai to tha- flrm. The m. araiii??! forty four houra io conatltut* a week* work nalead of fcrty-elght. and the mlnlmum wagea to he $lk They alao demand*d tbat th* pl*ceworb *yat*m be aheal. . . _ ,, Contlnulng. *he repreaentatlve of the flrm bbM: "Wa i.y our men from $1? t-. HO" a week. accordlng ? thelr abillty. _'* rannol afford tomak. any new arrangemtnti now, b. ?ute lhe puce la ru.i o' work whlch we toob baa. l on thi wage* w< have been paylng. _'e d . ?. ?t antlclpi ? any trouble ,- m:init th tha atrlkera ahould they ln t on stayiim away from thelr work. There has rn m reductlon In wagea. Tbejr are Ii!>-her now m they were two yeaP ago. whll* th* pricea w? ?lat b?en than they were two >?- ? S.i for our work an lov.r. We hop* tlie pr**?nl I.T.culty wlll he Bpeedlly ?ef> ?' CITY CLUB AMEXDMEXT8. A *peclal meetlnt- of the City Club, N'o. 177 Flfth ave , wlll b* b-.-i ihla evenlng to act upon amend? menta to the club eonatltutkra. On* of tbe** make* vacant th<- li p of any trust** who sccapt* publlc ottic . in_. ad of ending his membersblp In lhe club. Another placs the ciuiVs affairs in tha- handa of a board of twenty trust*** and adda: '"i':r- Board of li iat*e* shall .hava power to imtiat.- action ln mat ter* of a polltleal nature; and shall make at each regular inei-iing of the club a written report upon th- work of a polltleal nature done by th* H'.ard blnci- tho last pr-. i dlng n gulsr meetlng of 'ha- club." A thlrd amendmeni ftxea ihe regular mcatlnga of the club .ui tha Iirst Wa-dri'-sdays of 1'e.iruary. March. J un* and OetOb. THE FV8B IS COMPANY II. Company II. of the 71at Reglment, wlll drill at the armory, Thlrty-fom th-st. at.d l'ark-ave.. t.'ils i-va-n Ing, and some of IU IBSBlbSTS SSpset that tho fusa tn lhe company wlll jeach lta cllmux befo.-a. the drlll la o\_i. Tha' raolgnatloaa of l-'irst Ll*ut*nant w. J. Joyce and Beeond LtoutsflSUBt A. M. Llobtenateln ha-.c- iu ii r*c*lved at headauart*ra, but have not been acted upon, and Captaln riam'u-1 P, .lahST ls ?Mlll ui command ol tb* company. i: b_s been *ug ;e_ted that !;. NUNwiKi uf the trouble arlalng oul of the aiiacharge <,r Bermant Longaon many of the nu-ii wlll ref use to drlll umler .'aptain Ftohcr and M It is weii known that Colon*l a;,..,.ne wlll nol al ?w any violatlons of milllary rule in hls command. eonittiilnrr; niay drop. IN AXD OUT OF CONGRESS. TH0MA8 II. HUBBARD TESTIFIED BEFORE THE PACIPIC RAILROADS COMMITTEE. TIIH HAM.KR INCIDENT BELIEVKD TO BE CLaOSED -A BILL TO PKOTECT BILV___?TO INVEgTI OATK TI1_ WORXINOI OF REC-* PROC1TT PINANCIAt BILIA vTashlngton, Feb. tt?Thomaa ll. Hubbard, rrr>re aentlng t.i" Bearles estate, to-day nr,;"';l''A'i before tha? House Commlttee on Paclflc Rallroada ln con nection with tho affairs cf the Central Paclflc Rai! r.al. The Central Paclflc, h.* be.i. had up to thls moment llved up to tta ?oiitr..*t wlth the Qovern? ment, notwlthatandlng r^p-rtt" to th.* contrary. Ttla abelng the case, the past s! ii 1 nol !"? f ka i et. but lf a Bolutlon c.f the preaent dlflicultles was deslred, tb.' future rhould ho conalder I. Ile read at length 'rom the Anleraon-Lttt.er Commlaalon report and the r.;>',f . t (b.vernor Pattlson, regarding tbe affalra ol the roads, rr-fcr rtng r-; ? rlally to the .-harg-s of dlicrlmlnatlons _n,i rebates. Refening to tba* Pattlson report on land crant* gnd proflts made fro n them, he aald that the Btate ments were somewhat exaggerated. If lhe aama nlng as thal taken by Oovernor Pattlaon were appi led ? beneflta obtalned by the Oovernment fiom IncreaBi i telegraph, mall and iransportatlon facllltles, the reaulta wou!d be fabulous. Iio aaked the commlttee, In conaldeiing mattera perUlnlna to the Central Paclflc. io conslder eare fully whether or not tha* company had ? .mp'.led with Ita obligatlon tq the Qovernment !!?? Ihougl i .; bad, and In llght of thla fact it aeeme I ati to hlm that tbo company ahould be contlnually re ferred to aa "Inwlvent" and "unrellab'.e." With reaxnrd to tbo c natructlon of tbe Paclflc rallroada bo aald that the Qovernment want-rd them bulll and dld not care to bulld Ihera Itaelf. ln order to have prlvate Indlvlduala undertake the enterprlae the Qovernment had offeri ?'. lands and bonda Buppoae, he eakl, that at this tlme the Qovernment I ad aald lo ti. .-. partlea, ' i'ou are I i . wlthoul proflt." woul I any one hava un ler tak.-r. the w .rk? The posltlon was uken b> rwme that thoae who bulll tne roads were mere.y Uov ernmenl a-.-.nt.?. strlct'.y accountable to the Qov ernnienl As the Central Paclflc an I lhe Qovern? ment bad both llved un lo tbe eontraet, the proper way ti aettle anj difflcu'.ty was Juat aa any iwo business men would do. He .i.i nnt thlnk lhat tha Central Paclflc could carry out the obllgatlone proppsed by the Rellly f last Congreas. Thls i.i. nrovided foi the payment ol the flrst mortgage ln eaah. to ao ?ho road would have to relse aja.OOO.OOO. He .,, i rt ii see how thls c .uld be done wlthout aasesslng its Btockholda ra To Jo this at i reaent woul l be to exi ngulsh tho atock ao far as the preseni st. _? hoUlere were concerned. They were mostly r>o"r. lha majorlty of them beinij scatt>'i"! throughoui Europe t_h money inlitht be ralaa l by .a'ttr.m a swi.'-at. to take new Btock. The ma??? ?! eug gested ln tbe Kyle bl'.l, he Ihought, could l."/-'V1 I out. Thls would lel tho Qovernment oul aa ab no- i holder and subatltuic pnv.it- indlvlduala in it* I piace The company '.vou'. 1 probably pay its bona* j ,. they matured, but could not pay the intereat Mr Hubbai 1 propoBed to have the nmww the Drinclpal-tho bonds aa they matureal and fut*d , th. fntereit. Th,- Central Padflc could do thla, but ? i nol Bpeak for th.- Lnlon Paclflc. I.e . |, B, ,he request of Mr. Pattereon. of Tea .... to .lriiw a bill embodylng bla vlewe. It la aald at tha state Department that tbe waller Incldcnt has been fcrmaily ol ised by an ,-xchaiii.e of - itea ti that efTect between Amhaaaidor Euatla anal the Fra-n.-h Mlr.tste r for Forelgn Affalr*. an.l lt ls presume.l at the Department that oflldal notlfl , to this effect wlll :? ra elved bare In due course of ni'i.i. Waller*a atatua ln regard to his clalm for dam ?gea and hls rubber conceaalon doea nol appear to ho clearly deflned. lt la obvl .- thal hli . wlll not curt.il hla right l > Bue ln the Pi courta for redreaa on account ol alle.'d cruel treat? ment giva-n him whlle on the way from Uadagas ar t0 _IarselUee. Bul In r. ;?? tt I . thli alleg. troatm nt .-?.et..ry Olney. in his reoent report ... the presldent. diamctarteea II aa "Intrlnelcalljr Im probabla" and 'either wholly unf i ? : ??? at I ial ?Jroeely exaggerated." ln rata*. to tha rtbbai con ceaalon, Ba tcretary 01ney*a oplnlon la equally un favorabla He aaya thera la no pro .1 ol Ita "nature, eztent. valldlty or v?l*Je." thal the Prenrh nuthort .... ''have alwaya held the coi eaalon > !?- alth '?.,. . . ., lidlty." ai i that l?s value 'may I .??? been auppoaed to be depen lent up.n t ihen going on between the I rei thTMsUbeln_ tha cond tlon ol th? caae. as ?... i bl he State Department, I la expe I l tha .v, ler wil Immedlately avall hlmaelf of the offer of the Cnlta : Wtates (I va menl i ?- hl n fi*ee treM_ortal i ba k to the rnited States -.iti ...,, ??'] hlmaelf of ? ? ? offer ? t t ..- i < >. t ? mentToSum. ' ' ' . . . . , | rlng BU|t f,,r damatarea b< fore the r. ? h trlbunals. It ls ertaln thal Wallei ,:;.., |_ _ubm.t better evldence of hl.rli to the nronerty than has yel been produca . berore .- re laiy (.ln-y wlll coiialder lhe questlon ot reop. . the eaaa. _ Mr Brewster (Rep.. N. v. to-day Introduced in tba Houaa a blll to proteel tha allver-mlnlni In dustry ..f the eountry by taklng from tha free llst ?f the Tariff bill allver bullion, allver colna and all? ver orei and maklng them dutlable at M per cent a<l valorem. _ The Presldent baa recognlsed Qllbert Fta-er as Cors.,1 of Oreat BrlUln for tbe Btatea of Miryian-l. Vlrginla v,'e*t Vlrginla and Kentucky, to resi-ie at Baltlmore. ,_. The eiib-rommlttee ol tbe Waya and Meana Com? mlttee. to whom was referred the work of aalacttng an exj.-rt who ahall InveatlgaU and report on the effect o( tbe redproclty clause. which waa one of the featurea of the M< Klnley law, anl eaaralne tha tariff laws of otber eountriea wlth whom we have m,?,.i rp'-itlon<?. tO li-terrnine the extent r> :i" i.?t .'r'n-.le ?*r,n be generally applla , made ltV%K>rtto tha fuil commlttee ttMUy. The .' wiSeteaby them la Willlam Ejpurtla. a newa inan raieii , ' , f.,M ,.,,.. 'r ,.. lub-COmmlt K%V'_*r.:,v;-1. ulion 'wMnd-.ttd wllbottt objec tlon. _, A favorabla report ???? ?**** * 'hp Rrn''',p ,0-''*y cr, a bill permlttlng and reguiatmg th,- organlaatlon of corporatlona for horae raclng and breedlng pur pos, a ln the Dlatrlcl of Columbla. Tbe blll permlta ona, or mora meetings each yaar an.l euthorlses trottlng. runnlng and M.-^u-abase meetinga lt also permlU tbe corporatlona the owmre of borsea .nd othera not partlcipanta ln lhe raca_e, t<> a.ff.r ?' The reces are to be held between Aprll l and Novembi r 80. and contlnue not more than forty . vs i o,i ..ne tra.k. anal are ta. be BUbjee to the ,' ,,' rulw ot tha Jockey Club and Natlonal o ..ii.."'- AModatlon (both New-York corpora Oona) and rule" preacrlbed by the Commia.1,.r, oi the Dlatrict of Columbla. Poolaelllng or book maklng in prohlblted. __ In tbe Senate to-day Mr. ('..rTery (Dem., I a ) offa-red an anien.lnient to tbe Houae tariff Mll plac Ini; a duty of M p?r cent ad valorem on all aogara, tank bottoma, and a diffenntlal duty of one-?lghth _f a aent li DOUnd ori siiK?r. BtC, Imported frnm 11 ount,'. ,.-..vi.i. a bounty fhereon. On molaaeea be? tween 40 and ? degrees II Impoees a duty of three centa a gallon, und above ?>c degreea six centa a _ai lon. _ ? __M__t_At .ecretary .'tirtis has returned from New-York and reaumod his dutlea lt was daclda-d by the House COmmlttM on Bank j. ;,,,,; currency Ihla mornlng that al tb,-ir n<-xt o . ting they wiil conalder throa biiis of more than oiali.ia.ry Importana-ft Ona blll i?? rmita banka to issue clrcuiatlon to lha par value of thelr bonda Another blll reatrlcta tha borrowing of u bank'a funda by tbe oflJcers wlthoul tba full knowledge of tlie diiattora, wliile tba- thlrd looks to tbe establlsh ment of an Intiinat.otial bank, wbub was one of ti,. recoramondatlotia of tha lata Pan-Amerldan Congreaa. The blll flrat named .\in provoka the greatesl aii. cuaaion. Tha chalrman of tha commlttee, Mr. tA'alkei oi Maaaachuaetta, wliiie nol obiectlng t? ti ,'? measure ao i"in. u^ our pn Benl flnanclal ayaiem i. ,-ontlnued, oppoaei any k-gislatlon whlch in 1ns onintonwlll noi glve rellef to the'Treaaury. At leaat _ ii ,<,.. ma mbera "f the > ommlttee are either bank iri .,,.,. r- -t-.i wlth banking inatltutlona, an.l, it fa underatood, regard the propoaltlon favorably. The vote u. the commlttee on reportlng lt, therefore, la eXt**ft\ nriSlct-d that the Mll liavltiK reference to ih* borrowing of money from banka by thelr offlcera ?iii ___defeated. as it la belleved the publldty glven 1 h':'condltlon of bank. bj the perlodlcal reporta ,,V i to ti..- Controller <-f the Currency ara a auffl ?. nt aafeguard to the Inatltutlona. Ti, ai.niii Ittee look with a-onsidirnMe tavor upon ti, liill establlahlng an international bank ln thls ,nt v bui th.- questlon hun been ralaed .f such a '? ?amiire woubl not ba- tuiconst11ii:lonnl. The reaignatlon of John K. Cower.. of Baltlmore, "? ??,.,,., ?f tha commlttee araa recelved by the r__.r_?t_ ?n.i lald before lhe commlttee. amid a .; ? r- I .xoiesslon of ieKret tbat lhe BOrvleM .'I BO _:.:? SiiBheS n member Bhould be io.t both to tbe commlttee and CongTeea._ Tbe Benate ln executlve sosslon to-day conflrmed tbe followlng nomlnations: lohn Harlow, of Mlsso.trl, and William (;. Rlee, _r .Pw-Vorb to ba Clvll Bervlce ('oinmlssioner-. Willlam W! Baldwln, of Mew-Yerk, to bo Thlrd Asslstant St-crttary of Htate. KEWS OF THE COTTON WORLD. A RI8E BTOPPED Bt CNCONFIRMED BTORIEB ABOUT FALL RIVER HEAVT BXPORTS CONTINUE. The old Blmanac-makera, when they rea " ?' month of January, wen i predlctlon; "About this tlme look oui roi w*ath*r." "ni the New-York - \\Tntt v. ii. n no other : vlc* trf l^wer th ? i ? utllizfd, th* trad* ls a.*customel to hei report* froni Fall Rlver aboul Ihe atate ol tr ?? there and tb* Intentlon to go on ahori tlme. > P tbe present theae reportj have never been Yesterday, when reryi M Inti I to quotatl na for c ittoi . ???? ... r< ' *'? off at all Interlor point* and lhe l ? ''!".j.,'^ were heavy, and the al report* ??' Chronlcle" wer* ahowlng more rlearly and * ^ than ever tbe greal ah irtage ln ' ?? ? ' ""." \be world and Ite rapld rate of dlaappe ^ beara fell back agaln on Fall Rlver. A repo the mllla there would go on hort Mma >'?? m xt turn. l an aJvance of 3 to l I '':'' "'; . day'a cl we Into a nei loaa at the cl " ' 3 p, mta In March. though practli il other month*. March cotton cloaed al ? ?? 7.80 ou Friday. Thl* newa, llke all l""' ? Blver yarra, wa* practlcally denled. II ? that no large mllla had any auch Intentioi thnl lf any wenl on ahori Mn.- the movei * ? I.onflned - i ? few mllla snd to a few maxei of c ilore '. ;:? od . t .,,. Tiu* ahortage In cotton is growlng nt tbat :he condltlona that ten l to betn cotton than thoa* now rullng cani any great cxtent by bear atorlea aboul lal . | th. y are true nr not, un - i ? ? ** , loae* lta mllla entlrely f'.r ? I ?ns perlod. Bouthem m lli and Ihe Man heater m la wou very glad to aee the aplndle* of Fall R ?? '" " Though the *ame re*J ma thal would iuae r Rlver to ahut down apply ? '? ? "" Bouth and to Europe. there doea n I medlate Intentlon on tn ? parl of th. ae < mlllmen abroad or ir. the Bouth to go . .. s Llverpool apol aalea r ???? ... i 12,000 bale*. Bouthern mlll tal - lli 000 balea in excea* of a .,. , it lasaf. to belleve thai any curtal d.;,?t, ln Fall Rlver. ln view of j ? ahowlng of dlvldend* Ibla year, wlll be b ? unlmportanL , .. a, 1-, th* mean tlm* rhe world'i aupply of con sllpplng ont of atght. .....1 lhal "autumn ??u*c" predl ted y "The Manoh. lei 0 ??? N .ui, Ellleon and oth. vlalbl* .upply ? ..f.vik.r.,-.. - - leusened K..00Q balea Inal week. aga correapondlna week 1..-: yeai - able aupply ol Amerl an cotton d< ??? ?- ? -'? ,p|y of all klnd whlch lal ?, h und ?-U..-00 under IK*. Th. - , ,,!;..;,?., i.-a than laal x. r. .i n ln U?4 an . ro na than In UM iwhen lh< ,,-,,?....., .... . and the prlca r. cent* a , ' "** ' . ii.,.' a. aro The dwlndllng auppllea of cotton In I made evldent by a atudy rf 'The. n ?*. The avallable atoi ka of itton al Am d.-.-r.-ns.-i.;..?'"'? ? ' gthi ??-? '< ' *? ' ,: iw ..rr. I Ull I . l._?.*"00 I -'?-. or 71/** laal year Thal lha y are llgl i other year* I* true a I" ? - ? ' - nnd Interlor al ?cka are I -? m ' st thla 11 -i-.-. and aetually 95.000 In excea* of V".h-T foielgn dem ind f. - thla ah irl ? n Uea >*. a large ?? .:?? Kxp irta foi IM.0O0 bale . Hgalnm 11S.0. U -' ! ? ' erday * ra : . - ?? balea, whlle | t re |*,aajo ?r 11.000 balei i. -. Ihan on ha day faat year. The . xpa rl , , '?>- ooo '..i ea. whlle : recelpta a I . th* Interlor : i <lt.ht r .mp ire I v. Ith lh.ne lay last y?-.?r ...... nharply a* t 1 int of | Into Amerl - Memphla. 1,000 Oalveaton '?' "" ' - '?-''? . ? ? a- . ?I ... . . n i er ln ild to 1 I ? ' * I I Indlan 1 ?'?? f Ma ? ler -i he cotton lieara foi men i ngaged In the ? -- bualneaa of knocklns lown , i to build ? ? lisp] iv amaalng - iai I ? ??? .. ,r. ., ., fnon from :!??? ha. lenad ra ?* ? || l-tll iffl "a Bl '. ?-- 1 raln th* tougbened bld* of the Syam i b . ::- * ? THE. FRUIT UARKET IUPROV1XG. A RAM.T Al ir.it ft PH iLONOEI- I I '" HIOIIER I'RICES FOR ORANOEfl Th* whol< ?? * frult i " ' ng peiiod of depi havlni been exceedlngly d I " ajen .. ' r, whl h .i :.. t wl ; veni i the h in lllng ' ;' Orangea .... Inn l and at lan advanci I pricea Al yt terdaya iu tlon aalea i loi of Palermo . rai ? i, whl h ?* weeka ago, when only II? * b wa* bld for th* . ?,old for I "i |1 ''?.. io tl 70 a boa H . , r Callfornla orangea ir. of beti much iweeter ihan lh ?? , n Iloxea of Calll .rnla na ld ?' from 117- t<, P10 a box yeaterday, bui lhe are held at from UM l ? M ? a box, whlle Bi *.?. lllnga are quoted al fr .ra J: l i a_ a h >\ B -?? ni i orangea wer* - ild yeaterday for fr .rn $- lot2_ a b .x. Although tha recelpta ot Medlterranean orange* have I.n unusually larg* tbu* far thla ... u .-.. ind 100,001 b-xes more ara- expected 10 iirrlve h.-re wltbin th* ri-xt thlrty daya, there wlll atlll be plenty of room ln the market foi Callfornla orang. .. on aeco lhe cuttlng off by laal wlnter'a aevere atorma of lh* Immenae aupply form*rly recelved from Florlda. Lemona, whl :h wer* aol i al rem irkal ly . >?* during th* -" .??:???? 'Ul ?nap, are now quoted al il ar, tn ttCO a boa, wlth i falrly flrm market, al? though thei ?? -..i*er MO, ( '? * ? here from Medlterraxneas poru ln th* i, xi thi * or foui weeka IMneapplea nre In llghl recelpt, and tha* market tteady, wlih prl ea ranglng fra.m I". to fll t h i ucordlng to aiiat and condltlon of fi ili Ai n I _ I | recenl advl ? -. the plneapple rop ol the llahama I-lands la exi?i . led t . be ea reptlon illy iln" an I lars ?? jt |r in .ui advan ??! atate, and ahlpmenti in ex? pected to be rocolved ber* *om*what earller thaa Hananaa, whlch ara partlcular!] au eptlbl. lo In jury from froet, are ln good aupply, and th* rr. rket la qulet. "Finit*" are offered for fr..:n 90 cei li i? a bunch, "ae ind i" from (0 to ~r> i-.-m . n I "ihlrd*" from 40 to 50 cente. Reporta from th ,,. jam 'i a ?ay tba! ahlpmenta ol bananaa fi im iliai laland wlll be unuaually imall the c.mlns aeuaon, ?? the crop waa nearly 1*-?ir??> ?-1 by i hurrlcune lhal recently awepl over the laland If thla be n i". there wlll be a large Increaae a.r Importation from Centi 'i America, whlch, though more dtatant than Jamal a, i .in furnlah a more plentlful - upply. WORK OF TBE XEW-YORK D18PEX8ABY. m,,p- than S2, 00 patlenta were treat* l al the New york Dl i-i "'? taal ynr, maklng lh* laxge total of -,..'?.?"'*> patlents \>!io have recelved lh* benefli "f ina-i'.. r.i inatment ?lnce Ita foui latlon In iT:->. Tha n. ii ; of Truateea ln thelr 106th annual rep rt re? turn thanka to tbe Nea Tork Dlel Kitchen, the New-Tork Flower Mlaalon and lo tbe Boclety of Kthlcal Cultur* fur Kin.a ln tl.ir>.- of lhe year. Tb* reporl al ? . "We iah? pleastn. ln a- aln acknowledglng our Indebtednena to Bt. John'a Gulld ard Th* Trlbun* Fre*h-Alr Fund for provld Ini; excurslons and sumrnsr hom** t" many slck children under our can." i" the year l 0 , i tl*nt* wer* sent to tb* rarlou* hoapltal* In th* clty. a Uttl* more lhaj ball ol lhe persona treated wer* Amerlcan*, Italy furntahlng hall ..f lhe remalnder, whlle Ireland, Kuaala, _?ri_any, I'oland and Eng? land riippila-l lh* majorlty ol tha other patlenta. In all forty-two natlona were repreaented bj tb* pa llenta I n ati d, The diatrlci Included by the dlapenaary embracea th" l.ivnr part .f ina- clti from tha Battery to Bpiing-at., Uroadwa} and i..i l Fourteentb-at. ri,. ofllcera of the dlspenaary .ii.- HYederlc J. De t'eyater, prealdent; Wllllam H..U Wlckbam, vl ? pra Ident; I?a\ld MaKia-, ?e. raiary: W. ilinbn Rooae .. it, treaaurer; truateea. Davld W. Ulshop, W lllam Huli Wl.-kii.im, Jamea w, Ueekman, Dr Ueoi ?? l I'eabody, l>r. Oeorge 'i Wheela k, Frederlc 3. De Peyster Henry it. Beekman, i'i Charlea il. H" ?* ley l?ob rl R. Uvlngston, Benjamln Haxtun, Henn' ),.-?_, Muriia, Henry Dudley, J..iui A. McKIm, Dr. l.avld .Ma?i". Waiter Batterlee, F. F. Thompa-n, Dr. i;. I-.ir.|uiiar Curlla, W. l-lmbn Rooaevelt. Fn lei ale Peyater Konta-r, Edward ah> Peyster l.i-.. and John W. Aucblncloss. PACIFIC CABLE stock IXCREABED. A certlflc.ite Incriasina; the capltal stock a.f th* Padfle Cabl* Company from li'io.ooo to H<i000,000 was Blcd ln the County Clerk'* Offlc* yesterday, Tbe stock Is dlvl'led into 100,008 nhares, at HM each. Tb* dlrectora are James A. Beymour, J. Rennedy To la Edmund L. Bayll**, J- Plsrpont Morgsa sad o D. Bowdoln._ THE COLLBCTOR WALEED D0WX8TA1R8. The new electrlc elevators in the Cuatom HOUB* were trled yesierday aftarnoon. ColUctor Jam** T. Kiibreth. NavaJ WBcsr Cbrlatoph*r Colambua Bald? win, ax-iiapiitv Oollcetor Charlea P. McClelland ani tx-Congr***man Tlmotby afuatlnlan Campbell, who ?ecured tbe appropriatlon _w the slevators, _m Into one of the car* on tiie ground floor f.ir tha Urat offlclal trip The thlng starti i off ni! rlght, bul halfway up ll -' >i ?? I h Iween tw i floore. IJ took .1 lon i -.:?. to ? t In motion agaln, and w hcn lt :? . i the t ? flooi the '' ille. ? ir go1 out and wall:.,] downsulrs. i' fore thi day was over the .-?..' : - were worklng all rlght. C0UMIS8I0XER MOORE IX BAIL. Jt'DOg OATNOR DECIDED THAT HE UVSt BERVE .:, : PIVB i'WS' BENTENCE POR CONTEMPT. Word was recelved In Long laland Clty yeaterday thal Judge ' laynor had declded thnt John W. Moore, ? V\'orks Commlaaloner of Long laland Clty, ? serve flve daya' aentence In Jall for contempt _ :.. .1 Maj r Qleaaon aaaumed charge In Long Isiand Clty ha suspended Health Offlcer Bur ??; rk Datterman and lapect. r C .11 in. They ? ,.,. , th. ir offlce, I ul were prevented by f..iiiti, . : ,ti. :? Mo ?? Th' r ounBel went before ii i an Injunctl >n i eati i ihe I'nntinlss!, m-i from Intei lerlng wlth the offlcla * '.'. ha '. thi ' trled lo gel ... ,u iln they were preyei ted from ?: >lng o, nnd tha n applli d t., have Moora li .ii.-?!?.,i foi , nmempl of court. He was found md ? ? ?- ,i '?? i'.'.'?? da; i In the Queena . jall ll!* case waa appealed, hui yesterday .1 idga i.a .- .r .!? -Ida d ha' m isl b< rve hls term. Muorn waa taken by I) r?utj Bherlff McDougall to the Qu en* ?'? unty Jall. where l," began hls term. li. ?.' ,i . ,.; lu, t the affalra of hls offl ??? from tbe Jall whlle i '? ki l up. Dl:. D..TO.V I.Vfl DR. CBAPMAX 8PEAE. THE TWO EVAXOt-LI-Tfl IN rOOPER I'NION TIIK ?:: r ;;:.;,' TO HK i ON1 INVED. Tl '? .-?? hall of the C .per I'nl n was fllled yes terday afternoon al tl.angellstlc aervlce con h ? , '.-. tl ?? I! v. Dr. A. C. Dlxon. The platform a . , ip|, | ii mlnlsters and Chrlatlan workers. .,, i , ... m| | ot cl rgymen were tatl I thr ugh ti,.. audb :. \ ii is i il i Bong aervlce pre -edi 1 the , Wh h ? -re da llvered by the Rev. Dr. J. IV. in nnd I ?r. DIj on. Dr, ' ' tpman Is holding evangellatlc aervlcea ln : . ... _.,... ?? ..;>,?: I'nion agaln nexl Moi la) on "The Ivorj I'alaa ? ol the Klng." text yesterday wai : "Pul th it on mlne i I. ,,,;.. ? , Philemon whi n he ? , i| . mus to hls oa ner. The iha ?? ? ?: in orlgli al sln. but If a< j in dld nol reci Ive thnt d i 'trlne he wo ild nn et 1 n in hia of . '? nd t< II hlm that he had broka i de ? : Ood and Ild noi m . d to go l*a< k to Adam tb ?Ind a . ause I >r pai *n. Jei i i Chrlat frees from aln all wh , lo .k to Hlm : ir pardon. j,,. Dlxon ; - ibject ?i-.: "Tha Qoapel Peaat," and I :ti ji.ilt. , | .,,... ;,:-? wlth Indlgnatlon a lyinif excuee, anl men l>), Melng angi :?. he sald to hl i ?ni "(iu ou iiulckl) Into the Btreets and lanes of ? ,,'i ln ing ln hlther the poor, thi m ilm- I. ? im i r.i-s bj t.i. ie men who ar. . . nd oxa n, and mai ry wlvea, and go , ??, tha -?? ?? ho are i ", po >r to buy oxen and lands, or too lo* an.l m< in for anybody lo mai ? ; ? . ? :, and t. ii ...? ry man feaai is spres I, and i ilaster la il. " The greal questl ?n ln aa tu tl ? . ??? A large sllk tnanufa ... i. -. . . ? .. ?.. ;.- ifil ln hls islness intll he .-.., i- ,?????? . ied the refuse of hls ... .... i ; .ati annual Ina- .me i . - ? : ? - i have heard thal th ? . , .. .,,.. ,..!!!,.ai.\ now haa an Income of nearly !r, , ,, ? f dollara s th rei I f Ita utlllalng . if ihe reflnerlea Kormerly II ??< cast ? ........ r burled It waa. a dlrty, atla*kj ? . .... end waa iti lha way; but a .-. 1 by _ hlch thls un I Ik transf irmed Into rhewlng ita e even to 1 de taate of reflne 1 ' as wlth ? ?? tiin.-'e. ihe greal . >n the aay, .' .. th. \VI ? lhe ai.i ? I'hurch, ln our great Itles int i n ne,i i,y :,..,. , . ., ...,,.:??. ? . i ,: 1 ' , ?., me ? Wi bella ve tl ll ll * ? the ;? llte Br 1 re ish by n-n Ini lhe hlgh* ind hedgea inl tell ? irse off thet thi re is a f>?a*t for .;.,, ta nr. ; ,f I Ai I oul of tl ? ? M, HX8T MR8. Fl EUIXG. . ? n PRO-TT IV THB DE_ fll OF HER ? !?' it rr. v . .... ?? 0f i. rei eO the r? ?-- " the made I Mra F>m!ng . , .. - ite ol whleh ? mt oul . ... iy Clerk ... ? .,, - ? . .ith of 1 .-. BTl DEXT8 I !?? KECEBB IRILY ALARMED. ....... AT 'Mll' NEW rORK COLLEGE OP DEN ... rrRT V,;I ,. ?. a i.,-t TH IR T1M_ PACI LT. I ? :ELT TO I E Rl rAINEO. ,.. ., , . the ????"' ' the mlamanage -. . y..rk ?'.? ge of 1. tit.vv ln The . raiieed . I ***** ?" ;h,t " ***y ???"" " ?""?^2 n I that ? new tharter wlll begra ;i: | ., i; mer. wlll be a stop to the presenl tt, le o .-tt-,,'. Theatualenta rear thal actl n .n ha ,rt J ,?.. H.?et?, mayaffect "?elr atandlng. and , ? they wlll nol have credit for the work whlch .,.., aona bv them under lha preaent govern . saf? to aay thal theae feara nre groundleea. ? ...... ?? le| irtment wlll not be red with ln anj wav It ??*?**? &? r the reformrrs ill*. le lhe admi usi i , , . '.- ,, : ,,. anl t.,,,.:..-::,.- "'.:...-*? , m ihe handa of a Board ot Ti v...'.. ?r whl i no member ahall be of the t.i - ? ,:..; | |? dlacuaalng the situtiti-.n saii: -The Nea Vork Coll.'? Dentlatry 11 thefbes InBtltu j . ? Utowi^r^iB%.M ? . nti n..iy bu__v?] ' _ ?? _ ? ? A Pl l V TO ROB CBICEBRIXO'8. POI.ICE WATCHEDPOR Rt,ROI_OU. BUT THCT OID NOT APPEAR. The facl thal deteetlvea of the (Vnfr.il Offlce were ,. aatch upon Chlckerlng * Bon'a plano ll.hment, at No. IM Plfth-ave.. -v.-ral nlghta lasl week rauBed a reporl that burglara had planned ,,. break Intn the placa The presenca of tha de ,. .... ..-,t fhl'kerlng'a waa explalned yeaterdaj by i,. ?. tiv..-S*Tgeani McCauley, arho said: "One day laat week one of our men notl.I a well-kaown burg 8VICIDE8 BT BAXQIXQ AND POI80N. _*.*_ MiN' HAD I'aTi.U' in BL'glNBM AND AN OTIIBR wis OE8PONDENT KKOM 1. \, K ' <r WORK. Prank Hebyoek. twenty-three yeara old. of No. 126 Ka.i one-hundred-and-twentleth-et, commltted leln hla apartmenton tbe aecond lloorof the house aome tlme between \*M o'clock Bnnday nlght and 12:30 o'clock yeaterday naornlnf by ^nglng hlmaelf to a bednoal wlth a hrelded leatlier dog leash llebj sk kepi b aaloon on tbe ground Boor 0l ;,?. hou.e untll ? week ago, when he waa com ,??,.,, t0 rl0M up on account of lack oIMmi and coi.iuenl Inablllty lo meel hla oWigaUona Blnce then he had i"-'" moroeeand melaneoly. Laat evenlng Hebyoak and hla wlfe entertalned aome frienda, and he appeared to be ln an unuaualiy cheerful mood. i.ut aft.-r Ihe company departed he drew a oocket-knlfe and aaid thal be was going to mt hia tbroat iiis wlfe anatched tbe knlfe from hlm and threw It out of thn wln.low. He 1.ume enraged nnd attempted t., aaaault ber. She ran out of ihe room, and be locked the door und forbade ber to enter ln f.-ar of bod Iy harm. Mrs. Hebyoek went to tbe hous.* nf her mother, Mrs. Tlmms, No. _,(_. Tiiird-a\e.. ar.d urter remalnlng there untll mldnl_hl dotermlned to return born-'. When she '.?,;:l her apartment -be found tbe door stlll i,,<-k.-.i -uiii on recelvlng no anawer to repeated lu. icki burst open lhe du,.r Bhe found ber huaband h__iln_ by the ieaah dead. wlth hls head wlthln aix Inchea ,?r the door. Max Roeenberg. a talbir. aeventeen years obl, who lodeed at No 70 Broome-ai., was found lylng uncon s,Lin- ln the hnll of tho tenement-houae No. 41 Hester-si ihortly before noon yeaterday. A poiice? man sent f'<ar an'.imbul.'i. froiu Houverneur ||os pll il, bul the man dled basfore it came. A viai whlch had contalned carbollc u,ld was found on tbe tloor near where Rosenberg lay. Tbe body was taken to the Eldrldga polli ? Btatlon, where the youtba Identlty was eatabllshed by lettera found in hla i os .;,.? . ..;'. h |s belleved that he commltted sulclde t-y drlnklng carbollc acld. Hla BlBter wen! to the Bta? tlon .ml Idcntifled the body. Bhe aald that her brother inl been out of work for aome tlme and v. aa despondent. A NEW SOCIETY FORMED. ITS I'A. 1. 19 REMOTE COLONIAL ANCBBTRT AND IT> OBJECT TIIK PROMOTIOS OP PATRIOTI8M. A new aoclety, whoae objer-t !s to promite patrtot nd whoae membera are to be deacendanta of peraona whi settled ln the c lonlea between the dates HOT and 1857, and whoae an teat ira in the fol? lowlng century were loyal to the ciuse of freedom ln the War oi lhe Revolutlon, ia in proceaa of organlxation. A meetlng ,,f those Intereeted In Ita devi i i'. nl was held yeaterday at the Aator House. Th ? preaent were J ihn Qutncy Adama, w. L. Lin . A ,,.? i, H. B. Robblna, Ralph K. I'ritue, E. N. ,; ,;.,:..!'. n. Wllkinson. H. L. Morrla and How. aii M...:':..;:. Ti-.a. object of the meeung was to uisv.;.-< plans looklng toward deflnlte organlsatlon. [NSIONIA OP THE NEW BOCIETT. The qu lona of memberahlp. dues, life mem'.er. nhip durs, .-..ii.-ti;ii..,,.,-. bylaws and name were all taken up and ref i r? 1 to the ? .mm'.ttees api ? ?' : Ti .? full 1 -?? ol .'.. n sers In I ides tl e f ,ii ?? Ing: john Ouin y .\ I ims, ? lar. ice i. Colllns. Qeo: a< ? W Livermore, ii. s. Rohblns. Matthew Himman, Ralph I".. Prlme. w I. Llneoln Adame. K N. Q. Oreen C, l?. VMIklnson, lt L Morria, Howard Mar Bh.ll and Henrj il .ii VII of these men are mern bers of ihi Society of Colonl I Ware. Bona ol the ttnerl in R lutlon and other almllar organlaa t;"t.u. The ru',,- govemlng a Imlafllon to niemnersh.p as adopted by th. meetlng yesterday reada: ' Any ? ,;.- i,,-...- ab. ve the age of iwei tj one, ol g ? <\ m .rai ? hai i tei ?.,'. I i pul tlon, who la a cltuen of ;',.. i 1 States of Amerl a, nhal! be el'g'.l mi-mlia rshlp i thls i letj wl ? Ib a llm al de ? endant it. tb" m.ile or appi'.cant a mothet s maie from an ai.stor who Bettled In any of thenlne ? >a In Ameilca now Included In the ' r.iteo Si '.i from the lettlement of Jameetown, May la. 1...; -,, May 13 :?? '.. incluslve, and whoai aneestora ? , i of ?)..lonla i on Apr I 19, 1776. took ? . ?.:?;, ihem through the Revolutlon mai roi Ten rganlxatlon waa effected !>>? th" elee. I the fol1owln_ affleers pr.. tetn ; .1 hn ?.ulncj .. . ?_ . ,:. .\ tl. Ora en. se -ra tary, and B. || ' ?? . . ???:'. ' ' ' ?'?'?"? ' ' Rylaws, Italph K. Prlme. H. ! ? ? itlon and Morria Howard ? ' ' ' :' ' ; \ .;. nr- r. C. H. U llkln . i \v i I.'t. .iti A '. ims; i' .-i m tee ? n (.ilglbll ? ? u vi, ?.. p. H. 8. II : ? ';- Mme and E N '. ? I ? . . The t ? ill) sela ? ! for 1 new a rg inlxa ,.,,., Kas ' '. m fola i ? i. 'I hia na.-? ...... u v ?. .;. . . re.as.nof the facl that th-.-re t_ tne same nan ?? ln ? -\ J> nce. The ? ? . b'III 1.' the Hotel Rndlcott. Mai th t al '..bi i '' '?' ?>' ?-*"?? ''"??" H "?? ? neetuwn baa been conaidered aa a tlttinx i i ? ? . ?. ti. ? ;.-: .af memba r rhlp was iu h that It inqueatlonably be t.i? ;i,., ? . v ety of ll Ind ln , xlBten -. In ? ears ahead ? f .y-:y ot M. ., ' ??...' that Insomu th h^ th. -, , .::-..; .. Isrge nieni , ..???.. ; l that lf tiie SO the courae of the ...... ? - . ? . ? .??? ??;.'" ... ? ild be n llmll put ... ? Hea would av, to ? ? , . ii nive of tl ? Int' ; iti ! waa , ? ? trlcta-d mem - ? ?.??'-.. lay, May 13 haa .? ? ? n as the lat. of the i ial l tl isi.n wlll b. li .rat . ln i ' " ig n inna r. TBE MIYOR TO APPROTE TBE GUY BILL. IT PROVIOE* POH TIIE W ISITION OP LANDfl TO rONNBCT ' ENTRAI. BRIDGE OVER THK 11A1:1,E_1 WITH THE GRAND BOt'LEVARD. Mayor Bti ng ? i i yeatertlay that he would ap |,ro'. ?> ti,.. Quj WH, whl ii ; ' ' , -' lands t , connect Central itri.i.;e over tbe Hariem v. || , the Qrai I Boulevard and Concourse. Teater . va-, aei .i .wn bj the Mayor for hbi hearlng on the I II, bul n body sppeured either to oppose i r favor it I_)iils A. Rlsse, the englneer, eubmltted ti.lans anal estlmates if i.'ommlssloner Haffen to the Mayor, who, .ifi-.- wattlng a reas nable tlme for objectors, declared the hearlng al an end. The blll permlta vlrtually condemnatlon of Ihe real estate requlred in aectlona. on.-thlrd was a. oulred by the clty before the a ?? was paased. Tlie *,,<. ,,,- .,',.. land w.ii be about 1200.000. Tlie propoaed it n vl,aducl ar.d roadway leadlng lrom .vntrai Brldge to the Qrand Boulevard wlll coat .fooin jm, ??-, Th, plane of th,- brldge Include two nljewall i, two central tra,-k:i for vehlclea and two '?tC-"'unalerBtood that the League of Amerlcan Wheelmen ? ii pi ? ;,; t> the l_?gislature the blll ? , . . the vladuct and dealre the work to begtn early ln the sprlng. The wheelmen want Ihecon .tin> ||nk with the Conc.urae to be a worh of . .:, a'tnab- epace for blcycle-ridlng and plenty of ilghl of nocturnal ope**atlona ? WRECEED OFF CAPE I.OOKOUT. MEMPERfl OF TIIE CREW OF THB KENRT B. 00 DEN, WITil THB CMTAIN'S .VIF_. aROl'r.irr Ta) NEW-TORK. The r-.tiii ra of tha crew of tbe three-maated .,.r H..1 ry B. Og len, whlch waa wreeked on Baturday off Cape L okout, ?"re brought into port yesterday on the Mallory Llne ata uner Lampa ia ThoM ,..-,,...1 ?,?'.? Captaln 8. R. Oardlner und Mri oardlner, D. B. I'ampbell, the mate; 3. Lulroae, the eook, nt; l four leamen. Tbey were pl.ka I up from two emall boats by the Bteamship A tordlng io CapUln Oardlner, he aalled fr m Lam .... poinl ti Kebruary J" wlth WO ? .na of eoal l t i'ti uie-''i. s r. .", Prlday he ran lnto a hurrl ,;,,.. , | tho schoon r si-ud.led along under bare noles for .ix hour*. Later li the afternoon tiie g.i.o j,..a,.,ltl. i rotrewhat, and Jual aa Cape Lookout WM . i tha- sd.ner -tm.-k what tha sklppcr b>. ii.'v.rf ... a i i sunken wr-. Ic, The .-i. !? .ona r was <m ibe starboard tack when Bhe atruck Bhe was pul over "ii lhe porl tack, und an attempt wa* made t.> ra__ch land. All handa \'%re ,,,it t,, v,,, tk.it the pumps, bul the water galned rap [tliy and shortly after mldnlghl there were th.tr !,.n feel '?: water ln the hold. The heavily loaded ve?sel b?gan t.i settle by ti,?' head, when, according t,, ? lundings, .-li,- was t i :-'.\'-.:\ fafhoms of water. \. j .;. iii lhe sklppa*f .itil h;s \v:fa. iin.l tiie erew took to the boata. anal when tbey left the for? ward deck was under water Tiie men ri??.-1 up turv masts In tba- boats end made sall, ri:-- s. a .,,,,-. imooth, anl no trouble wns experlenced aave from tha eold. At T i. m. Uie laimpaeae waa slghted ,u. I Bt ? O'ClOCk tba- sbl| .1 iva'k. 1 p ? ipte were gbO U I. The Ogden wns l?.llt at Mllbrldge, Me.. In lattt, was MB t"tis. and waa owned by Captaln A. J. Newbury, of No. 33 Bouth-at CURTIS DAY OX BTATBB I8LAXD. Tha. Btudenta of the Btatea isiand Academy yea? terday obeerved, ns uaual, the blrthday of Oeorge William Curtis. Tbe ilussa-s of the lower sehool ii ? .mbled In tbe maln achool aml gave a pro gramme of music and raadlnga, whlle lhe upper sehool ii. i.l exerclaee In tli. hall ??i the branch, Na-w liiiKhton. There were readlnga and declamaUona from Curtis'a worka; mualc, conalatlng of Bongawlth worda l>v 4'urtiB, and nn orlglnal poem by Miss a'har lotte Eggleston. of the claee of M. Willlam Winter. tbe presldent of the ollard of TlliateOO, dellvered a short addreaa. In .s|,eukiiiK of Curtis. Mr. Winter sald: The academy la grateful to all Ita Wenda and benefactors, but lt doea not. and ean not. < ? memorate tbem. Curtla was more than a Wend an4 enefactor: he was a great und unuaual character, and dwe-llnj l?r many v-^V^.'^r^uat ,1, ? .,. I xat l>> Tbe re.or.ts of Mdfraphjr. WM unuaual exai '?;,','., .^..^-m but few men who S v..| .: 'i^-i dveV'ln a manner bo perfea-tiy . nunoli' a. und eX.rtedi ttpon ?OCtogma intluen,e ' WuS SSOflSWtWB hi. talents or iu rate ll*, a.*hlev......'nts. The word for r_i_ _ ir? an.l thM pla.e Is .Imply a reminder o? the Ai^v of*_ib life He llved for othera, and the ; . v-at attrtbutea of hls nature werejila sweet _43d clK-erfu. pattence and bla ex .'.iblte reflnfmeat. |.. WHAT GOOD MORNING MEANT IN TIII. MOUTH OF MR. DONEGAN IT SIQNI FIKD A CALL FOR MONEY. WHY CONTP.IUl'TIO.VM TO TAMMANV WERE MADg -INVKl'TlGATIOX OI* THR OLD Rl'I-DlXOS DBPABTMC.V I ONTUT-ED. The Investlgatlon Into thi* methoda and affairs of the oid Buildlnga Department was re.it.med yei terday by the Commlwloaera of Aceounta at thelr oflla M ln tb* Btewart Bulldlng. The f'.rat wltneaa was Peter .1 Br*nna_, the bullder, who awore a; the last her.rlm- tbat he had paid $730 to Wllllam J. Pryer, who waa bead of the Board of Fxamlnera at tho Buildlnga DatpartllMttt, for the changea Fryer m ide ln plani BUbnaltted for tne Habcock & Wi'cox Hulldlng at Coitlandt ar.d ("rcenwlch . ts. Hrernr.n pr.n nt-d th<> cb*ck ln evldence, and aald that ha- bad n*.n!.*d lt to Pryer, Wllllam -I. Pryer wss then called. He aald h* lived at No. -IS1) Columbua-ave.; that he haa b*en an archltect durir.g the last tw?|J? Sv* years, and for tin yeara h.u been a mewibsr of the Hoard of Kx.iniinerr- of the Bull llngs DepartOMBt He then deacrlbed tbe dutlea of th* Hoard of-whlch he waa a member, and declared tbat under the law the Board ha* certaln dlscretlonary power re^arding the changea of plana ard speclflcatlons, even thouxh rhe |gw Impoa* 1 certain condltlona regardlng the buildlnga themaelve*. H* aald that the superin tendent, too. hni large dlsen ttonary power, and WSB BOl ' 'tr.ii. Ifa I 10 act wlthln the law. He wa* asi.a 1 If it were not true that the plana for the Amerlcan Tract Boclety BuCdlag hal not been pasaed t.r.tii .rt.r ihe aeventb atory of the bulldlng h.id ba.* n reached. Ili- answer was that lt mlght b* so. Asked regardlng the pltna ani hia talk wlth ?ua Paull, on* Of tl"* Tract Soclety'a draughtamen, Mr. Pryer aald that th? Board had not accepted tb* plana, snd Paull had ca!>.l upon hlm for advlcc aad Informatlon. Mr. Fryer added thnt when men c ;-?*.? to him for _r.ch advlc* or ;-:,;: dld so of their own volltion, and he alwaya conald.ld tbat they tr.ga,*-?-d hlrn aa ii -onsultlng archltect. Por that reaaoa he alwaya charged for hl**. icrvlces. "I am an archltect." ha went on, "snd wh*n*ver I wsa cov.aulted I *xpected : ? ?? pald. Tbat !.-> my buslaa-SS.M RefciT.ng to tb* Bl nnan check, Mr. Pryer aall thal the plan* of tr- Babeock & Wlleos Huildlng wer* very prop?rly rajected. Then Howard Con bad Vlslted him. and Vr. Pryer declared that . i hrm the bu'.idir.g WOUld BOt at.ind up. "Con ?I ibi* iugg**t*d to r.i.-." the witnerj. aaid, "that I take Charge cf tb* p'ans and modlfy them aa I aaw Bt ite Bfked ma irhat i would charge, and I told h;m." Mr. Pryer told Mr. Constable to have hla draughta m? change the plana *rom e.-r-ain sugge. .io.-ia that he then made, and the plana were then reeubmltted to him prlvately. He had auj-gerated a few other chang**, wtilch wer* i-na>. "I tb_i thought they wer? all right. I paaaed tl m, rsestvtd :r,y $"_?, ani have apent tb* mon*y long since." Mr. Fryer aJ ::.:??? ! that b? mad* aevsrsi thousmd dollar. a year ln sucii eoni ultatlona. Mr. Fryer aaid tha* Board of Kxamlnera met one* a wffk. Fach ir.einber reca?ived $10 a week for hla ..'r.vi.es. On cross-examlnatlon, Mr. Fryer aaid that h? never used hls Influence as a member of the Board :n tl. mteresi of any archltect or bullder. .luhn Askcy, a bulld*r, of N .. CI.- Kast Nlnety elghtb-st., aaid b* ni ?? ir i>aid aay mon*y to builiing i.laapeCtOr"'. , \\*. ii. Cl ?, th* B*St witr.f-ss. chlef c',.*rk of the Buildlnga Departm?nt, than te*tlfl*d tl*..it fur thlrty yeara he bad pald rarloua auma of ir.or-.ey to th? Tammany Hall coliectora, who "cam* around an nually." !!? had pald HO, J.m and f."> a*. tlm.s to ??; v ' Donegan, the regulai c lle:tor. Mr. Done Kd;-. are** and wa* identltted. Mr. Cloa* added tha". Donegan ua.y ?? ? ; ptember of '-ac.i ? .:? and aald: "Ctood mornlng, L?o you vant to aaa "i'i .or to I> **,. --an's call. clr.-ulars had tx-en recelved by the at'.acn.-* oi the I* partment. aakint? for con irlbutlona to the Tammany cam>_ugn fund. Ckae H..,d he never heard Donegan us!; tor money, sor i ,; hi - ?*'. anybody give blm money. He !-.im_e.f had alwaya frave the m*ney voluntarily ani not ? .- . .. fear that b* mlght i-rse his place. .uguet Bernstei:, of No. 101 Eaat ?ighty-*lxth-*t., i>_ i ,., | i ? ..) ri..- sald bc j aii. noi bccauM I., ? ,dugbt h* would loaa hia Job, but to ?treagtnen hlmseif. He waa appolnteJ clerk thrjugti Jadg* N . rbaaa. Waahlngton Parker, of No. 10 Oay-at.. ano*!:er clerk In ,.i.- Department, had also paid tba regular eontrl mtlon. , .. .amuel I. Parker, a.i aaalatant attorn y. also pald ? Donegan money. Sometlmea i.e mad* tne contribu rectb i Tammany Hall. He had never been . .md had alwaya glven the _. , . nu* J. McCabe. of No. i7 \Vj.?hington P.ace, e pald 2 i *r *ni of bi* aalary eaca year. but p',,x iya voluntarily. He waa nol connected wlih Tamn i ij Hall, an i although holdlng th* oflte* of clerk :"i twelve yeara, ha- n?ver had li Intlmated to blm that h* would los* nia Job if b* dld r.ot pay the mon*y. . , . ,, Mr. DonepLn waa then called to t!*.3 atsnd. Ho ,1(1 lillng jjviaiiy on tb*Commlaaloner. .?: r-, name aa* Danlel .\i. Donegan, snd hal h. IIvi i Bt N'o. S9 Eaal Elghty-?econd-*t. Mt. Donegan aai 1 he waa known aa th* "Wlskinkli," a |j ... it b* ba i been a clerk in the Bupreme Court ai i M.iv.i.'a .n rr hal'a ? .11 e too. He admltted nav ii-.g re.elved the contrlbutlon*. Ha denled tbat ha? had ev.-r ask.-i f..r r-iotiey. and sald t'.at he ?rl aray* turned th<* money ovjer to tr..- treaaurer of Tammany Hall, J*'lin M.*a-';iade. Mr. Don<*^an aald h.- .-nl'. "i frequently a: the Buildlnga DepartsssBl whenever he bad iiiiiiln-?: tb* ??Vo,1 ususlly aald "Oood mairnlng:'" "Tn, th" sanur as I wjuld say to you lf I called a* x .,ir ofllC* " "But you never callel at my ofllce." "Xo, but I shall, if you sa> you have a certlfled che :k ready " The hearlng waa declared clo** 1. FUNERAL OF M. W. COOPER. A LAROB OATHERINa OF WFLI.-KN'OWN BUtlNEM Ml'.*; AT TIIK CHURCH OF THB INCARNATION. Tha re wn* a lari-e gatberlng of representatlva b ilneaa ma-n in tb* Churcb ,of the hirai_s_s_. Thlrty-flfth-at and Madlaon-av*., y.*sta>ralay morn lOg 10 attend the funeral aif i'arva-lle Wllson Cooper, pi-eldent of the Itandard Katlonal Bank, M.idison u\a-. and Tw-nty-thinl-st , and *T-Armr*l*CT of th?j Port of N'.'w-Vork. Mr. Coopsf dled from heart dlsease laal Baturday afternoon at his apartaMSts ln tiie Cnlon I.eamue Club, tl'.ls clty. Nearly every banklng Institutlon and many of ;he lar;;e commer? cial hotisc.s In tho city wer* repr?ent*d, ar.d W'ail 8;r.-a-t aenl a burg* delegatlon. Wlth these and tha ? ?>??',, t s ar.d other frlenda, tlie church waa filled. Thep- wera no s,.-.-i.ii decoratlona, but there wer* many 0OW*n. Many of Mr. Cooper's fria-nda pla ied wrestb* on tlie e dfln as a last mark of love and esteem. The ESplacopal burlal **rvtc* _? conducted by th* Rav. W. II. Oroovenor, ra--*or a.f the church. A v (?? t furnlahed the muslc, whlch toeludsd th* .inging of tb* antbem, "Lord, Le Me Know Mln* End," "Lead, Ktndly Lalght" .md "AbM* with Me." Tb* front row of the seats waa rssanrai Um th* relatiM's. Mrs. Juila E. Webber. a al-ter; M. O. Webber, P. L. W*bb*r, nr. Osorgs P. Msntt and : Wllson t*. sforrls, all n*pb*ws, an.i Mra. F. B. John lon, ll Maa e. Tha- bonorary psllb*?r*fS were Warrer Mlllrr. w?"^S'?__ ^.T'^riXil'''"!^ _-__T_? fl ii iv iit'al Jchn P. riunirnci*. T e V' , LW-Club. ?f Wblcb Mr. I'.nprrwa. p,.,.n,,iH,.(l H'*lll.l)I, ?> ? v ? f>-?'ii !<?:??. *??"?? J ?_-?..*_/, iob,r. IkStt lii.v.l. ivter H. Taylor. Alexander Tay _fJ j M 'vn.ao... P. K TrowbrBg*. charles U. H__k_Z. R00-r! U B. Hall. ArtbC U Merrlam. navtd Bennett Klng, Jr., U'liiiam L Pom*roy. J. U Va_oto_r_in?__ Anion O. McCook, J. U. Requ*. winum F (V'Chran. Jun.a I.aw.on. Bm*r*Ofl I-i-U Oeniral Thoma* P Wlkwn ?:. C.W.U*aryJJ. C Mlller Henrv C. Tale, Kre'.erlc C. \\ iij,ner. Jos-pli ii I'hoate Slgoumey _*. Fay and W'lUam H. ROM. The clubraen assembled at 10 o'clock ln the club? houae and march.-1 to the church On tba lap.da of their coatM v.a-t.* p.niied mourning b.idsea wlth the letters "1 U C. After the brief aenrlc* the body wa* taken to the Gr.inal Central Btatlon and plscsd on the 3:1) o'c,lock traln, t? he taken to ROCbCStST, Vt. where th* burlal takea place. ? Pl t o.y trial for murder. Vlncenzo D* 8anto waa put on trlal for murder In the flrt-t da*Kree in the crlmlnal branch of the Su? preme .'ourt rSStsrdST He Is Bccusod of kllllng 1'hllllpo Eppolno on Aprll 20 last. hy atabblng hlm with a stiia-ao at llarclay an.i QHrMBWleb st?. II* annerteal that hlai vlctlm had cauaed him to lone hl* ?mploymont as a ____bt handUr Xor tha New-York Central Hailroad.