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QKAND ARMY lU'GLE NOTE?.
Tha new Department Commander, Colonel Albert D. Shaw, o? \Yntnrtown. has adopt?-?! th? Innova? ron of unfurling In colors the Star Spangled Ban? ner under which tlio Hoys in Blut? fought over hi? general onl? rs Issued from hi.? headquarters. It Is ;rn Inspiring sight, and will bo looked upon by most vomrades as a ?rood omen for the BShSOSBB of Com? rade Shaw's administration. In Q?jn8rsJ Ord?rs No. 3 the Department ?'ommaiubr B? cks to im? press upon the comrade* ?if New-York tin- neces? sity for a larfrn attendance at th?1 National Kn vainjiment at Huffalo, August 23 to 2$. lor it will be the lust gnml BSStitlBg of the surviving i-om ra.ies of the war In our Btat?. He says; "The phys! al attractions of Buffalo ami Its envlron ments an- unsurpass?M. The beautiful city Itself, the gem of the Qnsat Ixikes. and the qasw Inland city of the Cnion. will be In Its most charming N and the attractions ?if Niagara Kails, with its won?!, rs of ?tactil? ? -nergy. an.i th? irlori?s nf nature's greatest catarsvet, eombtn? ti? render this encampment unique in Its delightful feature? It will be the crowning pageantry of th?' old veterans of the grant war days, an.', it ?s earnestly hoped that all posts In th- State will make a great effort t? b?- BS fully repre.-.tit.-l as possible. N-w-York was t'-.e foremost Btat? in the Union in ?applying men and Bsoney In th.- National hour ol t.I. ind It must ba shown that the spirit of ISSl-'R still lives in the hearts of h?r surviving veteran suns, who should turn out In full ranks to mike the Buffalo encampment brilliant as the war-worn defenders of the Republic march la r?'vi? w befora th? Presi? dent of th.- Nation. The .-?mirad? 8 ar?! patriotic citizens of Buffalo have displayed unaurpassed in? ter? st in this coming historic encampm?-nt, and their early and remarkable organization In perfe ' lag all ?ietails is proof of how deeply they feel the honor ..f trio visit of th? surviving veterans of the Union from nan] Btates. Their preparations fur the comfort, hospitality and enjoyment ol these honor.-! saviors of the Nation are full and ?en It is r"iommi>iHli?(l thai regimental reunions ba arranged for at the National Encampment and jirnuiiii'.'l at the ?earliest convsnlenl date, In order that veterans living In different state? mai tx In? formed where snd when to meet their ??id rom r.-i.bs a special order announcing these reunions w. ??? promulgated from thes? headquarters on or aboui August 1, snd the data concerning the same should be forwarded to Aaslstanl Adjutant i o. H. Lester, Capitol, Albany, ;?s soon as the necessary arrangements arc made. Qu for such mooting? .an be secured through Secre? tary Turner, of Buffalo. This feature ol the en ramiimi'tii can be made very enjoyable by proper organisation for hoMing th.- same, lint it is im ,.: ?. . . . - sry trat all details b.a arr n at one? ?Only In this way can comrades from in? WVsl m??-! vi-lth th.-lr c'.d army friends with cer? tainty and without confusion. The he? tauartera I New-York Btat? Department will be on the . .' Fill -.a?- Square, in th" spa? lous and comm? rllou? assembly-room, where commander? will Immediately r?-port. on their arrival, the mini ber of men in their commands, so that the same may be noted. All comrades ol our State are re? quested to be present snd realster at these head quarters In order that comrades from cher State? ? .silv find their friends in attendance from N. w -V >rk." "High Privat?," writing from Albany, say?: ?quarters official? have settled down to busl re hard st 1t. The new Council of Ad? trat Ion held its first meeting laat week and rrled oui the wish?s of the Department Encatnp - -in sccordanc? with th? resolution: namely, r. ed the expensi of the department tl.000 Th" Coun II In its wisdom reduced 1 ? assistant Adju? tant-General's salary *.'". did sway with the a I? .-k si |SM and n In ? I th? allowances ol the Judge Advo ate the Inspi 'tor and the Chief Mustering Officer. The Assistant Quartermaster Oener il'a salarj i I llsturbed Why? Is a query for th? incll to answer. The Ast ,-;.. , who If tin i ard? si workl - o ?j (,] .,. ),, lart? ...?- :v....\s :?? be t'?.r. .gets ea? pa) than th? Assist ml Quarter? master-General who til he follows In the footsteps o' hi ;?.ors) '''i:l visit headquarter? about . month. Ol irse, be is under bonds and reaponslbl tor th? of the department, and baa ? ? hire a clerk, which may have entered Into ,|. :.., . en th quMtton ol n lu tton was liscussed. Bui In spit- of this the place o; Assistant Qu ri rmaster-Gcneral ij a pretty ^.|i mandei .-''haw, al led : appointe : ?taff, is making vigor mrades In this de partmeni "or the Bui National Encampment, ilar letter to i ,,,-,.? ? ? . ? ? . iut I ? ? partm? nt, .- . . them to "-. .... ? .1 ihove nil to se ure qui r ???..? -? possible moment and not wall there re no lions to I : II . |y been reei Ivi ; on? from Liv? ingston County P.- veteran? there have organ Is? d and will I i es In line on tl ?? Ever) -ounty wl?. be represented, and certalnl) X? ?r-Yors should turn out stronger In Buffalo ;r. ?" th n she did !n ''?'.' at Washington .- n- ;i E Stambaek, 'the I'-.ikenf Yorkshire,' muster? ?? -, ??????.-.:. B turday evening at Aid ? ? inty, X V.. Post Xo ?SO The new ; -? ?tarti ?'? s th ' nemhership of twenty-five . ? art? r men ? rs le Wllber, commander of the r? ta, N Y.. mustered ir ,-i post at I?,,-..', m Delaware County, 'his w?->-k with a . ! irter m< mbfvrshlp of eight? i er a dispensation granted by <"\iptaln James y Rurrage Commandery, the Farragut A*socln",on of Naval Veterans, Captain George ( ?lditch. of the steamship Ki.hr I'rir. a - n wtered into the sssoclatl.n hoai I that steamer on Saturday last in ii:< presence of a number of shipmates, Captain h ha? a fin ? re ord In the Navy of 1*S1-'S5, and i- ? iw h command of a '..ir^-e steamer In the COff?n ?'?. 'hi-' I">rt and Brazil. Tl " regular meeting of the Farragut Association of .v.- al Veterans takes place on Thursday even I illy ?. at which time several recruits will be must"i<d in and arrangenseata male ror the elev ? r ?? innua] convention of th?- National Association of Naval Veterana, to be held in Buffalo in August next. At the National Convention a revised con? stitution and bylaw? will i"- adoptad ?ni consider? aba bualnesa o: great Importance will l?- done?. Among in? vital questions will be that of defining mor? clearly tti?- dutlM and rights of th? senior : the ippolntlng of an executive stair who a? duty n shall be to decide questions which .-?' been handled according to the per -, : -v. s of the senior officer. The naval ea lets, : Captain Bernard H. Bapelow, are recruit? ing rapidly and hope by autumn to swell their r .:ii.s- to tiv* hundred uniform?^ men. Th?? f'um l Naval Veteran Association, of Ne? Bed ? ? : Masa., ir- forming a naval cadet corpa un?ier :. provtsl mal charter from the New?York ?'.?.let Corps. Tiie Vosburgh Veterana will c?l?br?t? the hirth day "f Colonel Ahram B, Vosbtrrgh, the first Colonel of Da ~:-i Regiment, on September 10 next, which would be his seventy-second anniversary. At a meeting ol the association haM on Tuesday even? ing, Colonel H.titv F. Llebenau, the prealdent, on motion ?at Comrade Daniel Keyea, appointed a com with full power to make the necessary ar rat tementa for the celebration Daniel Keyes, ' ?.-??? -^ M. 'o;. n.J. ic il. sjhultis, f. w Wyckoff, a il. Pride Joseph Keller, J T Mc Jlulii. David Harn? I and W, B. Ferguson. ? ol mel 1.1. I.-II.IU has Issue?! a circular letter to all old n.'-r-, ??.-.- "?" the 71st Regiment who did dutv in the Old '-.:. an rjuard under Colonel Vosburgh ? '? with th? association on thi occasion m perpetuating Colonel v??t.tiut>;h's mem? ory and t" send their names, addresses and -om pan) numbers to s. retary Georg? w Beckwlth No. ?.... Eaai On? I indred-and-fortteth-at i ' . ? ,:"- A'-" ? rman o* the committee on I>.-:..r itii n Da) Celebration, presented his com? mittees r.-;ort, whi'h was read, approved and ? cept? I, and the committee was dl? harged with thanks. Captain William Fowler, of w. s. Hancock Post No 354 r. ? eiv.-'l a ?nngratulatory visit from a largo T.i-mix-r of comratles ..t,?i fri.-niis tam gaturday night, wh.. i.-j"i..'i with him on his recovery from a t;-.r?-? months' confinement to his home with a "game lag," the result of Irritating an old wound receive?! at the battle of Maivern Hill In th- ]ate ini ? . ?? tneaa. Ills palatial house and ground? No ft? i'laremont-av?., Jersey city. w?r?- ?ii,.,; ?ritrj Jt-'l Men, ?.ri'id Army men and other?, who wlahed ti..- jovial captain many ye,-,r?. ot health ari.i pros? perity, a brass band accompanied th? party and when It Played "Hail to the Chief the Captains niece, .Miss ? nristlm. Adama unfur?e,| r,??j Q'ory ene w** Inspiring. The Captain entertained the v.Mt?.r- ti, tils usual hospitable manner and it was rnl.li.iuhi when Ir.?- party <ll?j.ersed will.?- the band ilr>??i "H?'s s Jolly Qnod Fellow.' Koltas Post No. o2 has iilreHdy completed Its ar .:i;?-nts fur the trip to liufTalij. The Kaltes c-omraij. -> lave gssgsged a hotel for their u?ta during the snwamsssjsnl and ? apt-ci.ii train vta tha West Shore RallroadL They will i"- aocosapsuited by Kaixr's l'?.st Band. The rates ar?. $13 for the round trip. This Include? ?-very expense?hotel, railway ami Baverai excursion? -<>ne to Niagara Falta, At the ;a.-?t en ampment of Kolt.-s l'ost No '?2. <;,-n eral Max ?Veber wan mustered in with lmpo??.n? ? ? i ?:. my. Tue <i<-n??ral bad long daatred to be?-om?> a comrade <-f the ?Jrand Army of the Republic hut had ba*?n prevented from Joining by abaanc? and ill nes? ..nd always ?-xpresHeii a de?ire to Isseoma a member of K.oltes l'ost. ss fo many of the soldiers und? r his command ar?? comrade? ?;f that post ral \v'<-i,er was on? of th? i.?t ???rman rom i nnders In 'he Unkm Army, ami extremely popu Koltn lost is proud of Its new recruit The New-York Memorial CommlttM at it? taat : g prasjKrtsd Klrwt Vice-? halrrnan Jos? ph A Go-).?!i-n to tn? post of chalriniin. V? nt..: by Oen? er;.: H<orae? Pttrtar, ri.itco Btatas Amha?ador to Franca, The .-?'tion of th<- ctosasslttas was unanl mou?, arid Cosnradal Ooulden aaeasslai In a ?tlrrlnK BBSteah. DeparifassH ?'ommander Shaw, who was Dfsas ?'. atas iriud?? an BaMraaa which was able and iMtruotlva Ho tod l.ow he had visited Public SPECIAL! SPECIAL! \VK SHAM. OFFFJH ON M'^NPAY, Jl'NE 28. KOK TURKU DAYS WLTi 800 IMKCES HEAVY JOINTI.ESS CHINA MATTING at ?6.60 Per Roll of 40 y.ird?. RKi;ri?Ait PM?CI llsJa, Summer Furniture. Couche?, ?"hairs. Rochan an.l Tal.1??, upr)o!?t?r?il In Fin? Mngpnn MnttlnK. at popular prie?. SHEPPARD KNAPP & CO., Sixth Avenue, 13th and 14th Sts. Schools Nor?. 23, fi9, S7 ami 9?i, and what he had Wit? nesaed there, In company with General George B. Loud, Colonel H, H. Adam?, ex-Regtater Ferdinand Levy snd Lieutenant Henry Hale. I". B, A., repre? senting dineral M.rritt. The subjecl of military education was the main topic dlscuased, and it will be strongly pressed in future. Not only are the pupil? much in favor ol it. but the teachers sis? They ?assert that it promotes discipline, more atten? tion on the part of the pupila to the regu ar duties, inre sttentlon to personal appearance and i earn lines? and manly deportment. This Is all demon? strated by the superiority of those schools that have adopted it. Pasl Department Commander E. ,i Atkinson's resignation ss s?-' retary of the Memo rial Committee was not arc.pte.i. At the regular encampment of William D Ken? nedy Dost No. 4!. William .1. Kent commander and Krank A. Didier sdjutsnt. held on Wednesday even? ing, June O, the following resolution was iin.mi mously adopted: That a vote of thanks be offered to Cornelius Van v'ott. Postmaster of Xew-York City, by Will? iam I> Kennedy Pos1 Mo. It <?. A R Department ol New-York, f??r his recently Issued order releasing veterans of the war from the onerous require? ments ??f night ?iutv |n the New-York PostofRr/e, and that we reipi'-st th? publication of th-s resolu? tion In the Grand Army column of The Tribune. Colonel A. <?. Dickinson, commander of the Con fed, rate Veteran Camp ol New-York, and Thomas I.. Moore, adjutant, have senl a handsome letter of acknowledgment to Capta!-' P. I. Flynn. command? ing the Farragut Association ol Naval Veterans, which took part in th. dedication ol the Confed? erate Monument at Mount H"?"- Cemetery last month, The letter is as follow?; "T'e.ir Sir: It become* a more than pleasant duty to notify you and your comrades thst at a meeting of this camp, held on the Kth, by a unanimous and enthusiastic vote I was instructed to send ;o you Individually aa.; collectively our hearty thanks for the honor of your presence at our late ?indica? tion ceremonies and at the reception as well. The affair woul 1 have heen incomplete without you. As it was. everybody says It u.i^ perfect in all re? spects, and a typical 'Rally rom i the fi.tg- of our country." The Confederal? ?tamp on M?,m rial I>ay aided the Farragut Assoc!; tlci at the decoration of Admira' Farragut's statue I?. Madison Square. The fifteenth annual reunion of the Itt'n New Tork Artillerv Veteran Association will he held at j'.uffalo on Tuesdsy, August 24. HOME NEWS. PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. fifth AVENUE- Alexander B. Allan, of Lang sine, .Scotland; Dr H. C. Yarrow. Senator Thomai C. Platt, of Washington, and A. Hose, of Natches. HOLLAND HOUSE-Gustav (V Pabat, of Mil? waukee, and Thomas Laurv, of Minneapolis. NETHERLAND- Frank B. Martin, of Nice, Prance; H. K. Cox. of Paris, and Judge penis O'Brien, of the ?'ourt of Appeal* WALDORF? Mauri... W. Parker, of Posten, and R. H. Wilber. of South Bethlehem, ? ? ? , WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY. Funeral of Joseph .1. O'Donohue, St. Patrick's ?'at!., .lr.il. 10:10 a. 111. Music Teachers' National Association, Grand ?'?-titrai Palace Noon prayer-mei tine. No. r,S Fulton-st. Annual convention, National Association of Elo? cutionist? No ?I West Flfty-seventh-st., afternoon nd ? venlng. Young Democracy, Murray Hill Lyceum, ? p. m. ? - -? - NEW-YORK CITY Odd Fellows' Hall. No. 133 Powery, was crowded yesterday afternoon when the members of Zlon Lodge, Independent Order Free Sons of Israel, met t.? honor the returning of Grand Master Julius Harburger, who was re-elected at ?'hi.-ago for a t?rm of tu?- yearn Grand Master Harburger made an addresa A dinner followed. The annual service of St. Paul's Chapel Sur.day school, Of Trinity parish, was held last ?-venlng in ?he chapel, at Broadway and Fulton-st. About two hundred pupils vwre presen-, an'l the service was conducted by the ReV. William Montague <;<er. vicar. The pev Robert Morris Kemp, su? perintendent "f the Sunday-si-hool. read a report highly complimentary to the pupils. Several men sitting In n bathing pavilion nt Fast Fifty-fifth-st. yesterday afternoon saw fifty feet out in the river the head of a man bobbing up and ?lown in the water. He appeared to be making un ??(Tort to reach the shore. At that place, which Its known as Allen's Point, the river runs swiftly and is dangerous to any ?x.-ept expert swimmers. A hont ?ras hurriedly sent out from the shore, but the man disappeared It is believed that he was drowned. LOCKOUT OF THE PLA8TERERS. TO rtF.c.iN TO-DAY, AND BTMPATHBTIC STRIKES may follow. The lockout of three thousand plasterer? will go :n*o effect to-day, and many sympathetic ??trlkes, involving a larg.' number of men of oth?-r I ulld lng trail?s. may result, Th?- firms In the Employ? ing Plasterers' Association appear to l-'.iv-i decided to fight against th? demand? of the men to tii< bitter end. William J. O'Brien, chairman of the Board of Delegates), said yeaterday that the situation was ? most sillons on-- and it was ?lifllcnlt to foresf? What would follow H? declared that the Poard of Delegates would support the plasterers, as it had promised to ?lo, and that if t be bosses carried out their threat to employ non-union men, sympa? thetic strikes would be ordered wherever these nx-n wer? found at work. The bosses have al? ready advertised for men in out-of-town newspa pi rs. bul up to Saturday no ncn-unlon m?-n had ?i. fn put to work in any of the building! now I" lng ? ? ? ??? d In this city Wherever non-union plasterer? ?re found at work to-day, general strikes will be ordered Immediately, Among the buildings on which s'iik.s are threat? ened an- the new Hotel Astoria, the Kngl.rs' <? nd New-York Athletic clubhouses, Delmonlco'i and Sh.iry'?. The situation ?s considered th? ni".-t serious In the building trade? for some time. - ? THE PB0PO8ED LABOB TEMPLE. i,< r?e h Warn? r, chairman ??f the Labor Tempi i Committee, ta'.k?d further about the pr |ect st th? meeting of the Central Labor Union yestertlay, and the subject of permitting labor organizations not ? !: r c ly afflltati l with the Central Labor Union to take part in building it was voted OB It vvi- S ??del that circulars explaining how the committee pi ; led 10 ?reel th? temple without money should ??o gent to all organisations, inviting them to co? operate Daniel Harris seemed ta think that the Central ' ? b ir Union would not b"i able to control the temple if flth-r organization? helped to erect it; but Chair? man Farley intimated thai it was too early to ?lls '? IS? that Sid ? of !!?<? SUb-taCt. Mr. Warner then explslned mue fully th* plan of the committee, whu-h Insisted that th? temple could I..- easily erected without money through th? medi? um of a labor exchange which would issue ? r-.j. H? called attention to :!i< labor exchange? which now ?xlsi in Denver an i Kansas City, and read <>. tracts from small Journas which ihey print in the copy of "Th? Labor Exchange Gul.d, ??f Denver, which Mr Warner had, then was a liai ol more nan three hundred merchants who were wlKIng and were In th?- habit ?>f taking the non-Interest bearing scrip such as th? exchange w mid Is? :?? ?ten m rtaj mem for goods Kven lawyers snd otnei profs?, slonal men were willing lo accept this terlp In pny meni for their services, and everything almost could be tiH'l of the merchants, even to second-hand cloth? ing. Buch an exchange was also .n successful operation In Cincinnati. Mr \v.ir.\?-r declared thst many people si ihst thought thai the committee's scheme was visionary, und some had ?aid that he was "nutty" on the subject snd s tu candidate fur PiOdmlng-dale, t.ut they wer? beginning to think dif? ferent!) Daniel Harris, chairman of the committee which had .-ii.ug?. of the mass-m.lng hi ! i In ?'?..,..: I'nloii on Friday night t., protest sgalnai the pr.sent Jun system, made th?- following report: "The mass-meeting on Frtilaj night was a boni lng suoci ?s nit !" I'liairnmn Parley, In solemn t?-.nes. ih?-n repested the report to the assembled delegate? In the follow lng manner: The .i.-ieKat.-r- will pleaee t.-.ke notlc? that the ma ?-meeting <?n Friday ntgnt aras a howling ???? n nil Mi Harrt? ild that hi would never have anything ro do with anothi r rentrai I, r...r Unto ing In hot vv ? ,- .i ? ?ss? i.ii I IT MAIXTAISEB IX KEY WE81 Key We?r, F!?.. June fj, Everything la quiet hers A ?quid of United Ptnu. soldier? was senl from the garrison to guard the Port Taylor Reservation si the request of ;!ie contractors to-day, j? then I? ? qrar-i'v rf 'imam,'? for biasing purposes and Oth?r j:i.?!?-:.! 1 ti ?t'.r i tht-r?. ? \Jm* An Arruni Occurrer.r*. First he selected a suit; then un? rolled a huge fashion-plate and made comparisons. They didn't compare?his fashion plate was a year old. If you're going to bring fashion plates please bring this year's; our styles are new, each seasons goods are practically all sold before the be? ginning of another Better tan shoes than ours are not made; a </uarantce fcTOes with each ?o *r> pair?your money back if you want it. Rockrs, Peet & Co. Prince an.I Rrosdirsy Warren in i Hi ads ir. Thirtv .-? 1.1 ss ?? Broadway. WESTCHESTER COUNTY. PORT CHESTER AND RYE. Th* ft.-iir oflleera snd trustees of th" Am?rK-nn Va. ht Club, .it Milton l'oint, have invited :h.- ra,-. tains of th?- Atlantic facht ?Club snd tneir jruests to h" pressent at s reception to i..- ?given in their honor at the clubhouse on the evening of Tuesday, July ??. this being the occasion .ai th.- snnusl re? gatta. Tti' squadron will rendesvoua uff ihr club? house at 11 "'? i ?-k s. m. ind In -tie Bftirrnoon th? regatta will be ?oiled over the club course, The yacbta al anchor will dr??si ship si 4 o'clock p. m., snd during the evening will illuminate, Thor? will he mus?.- at tii?' clubhouse ?1 irlng the afternoon and dancing in th.- evening, snd II the weather Is favorable the club grounds will be illuminated snd thei.- will I"- a dteplai of flreworki ?'nmmo.lore Charlea A. Gould ha- designate the Sea Ira as the flagship and appointed II. !?? B. Parsons Reel iip tain. ? Andrew Masllne, sixty-eight yesrs old, of Bast Fort Chester, died on Saturday. Mr Masline was a memlter of the VVashlngt? ri Bo .. ty and other or d.-r-. He leaves nine children. The funeral will be held to-morrow sfternoon, Oround was broken on Saturday by Oontra<-tr>r John ii. Mt-rritt for ;!..? n-vv ?-. > 1.. i ? ? r .= " monument to i ?? ?-r. ?'? i on th? propertj recently given t?? the villar'- ot porl Ch?rster !?> George IV. Quintar?!. 'lio- committee announces that .; win push the v.ork alonK until completion, The monument I.? now being mad?- by .1 Mass? v Rhlnd, of NVw V-rk. char)..- I>awrenre l'ont ?.?.r.cepted1 ?n Invitation to attend s'-rvi... in ::,e Presbyterian Church In Port Chester on nesi Bun?lay night. The ?.?rmon will ho by the Rev. I i: Wl Iti The Msgasln? Club ..-t w? i k enjoyed a '-o.,r:, inc party to Rye Lake. Th' party consisted of Mm w. T, Kelly. Miss Busan Marshall. Miss So-irs. Mr?. W II Bawden, Mi--? Jietta Marshall. Miss Wi.ks. Mrs W. T. Lane Mrs. John V. Milts. Jr.. Miss Settle Btudwelt, Miss Nellie Btudwell, Miss Alcorn and Mrs. Genung. ? NKW-U? hCHELLE. Reports hy the officers ? '. Che >.'? w-Roeheo.? Tav em Company at us snnusl meeting show thai Ini-'l tutlon t> i-e a well-managed and extremely pre ttl tal charity. The :-'t;?l number of transient lodgers at th?? tavern in 'he year was ?;.??'? Th.. highest num i'r record? i on any one nlghi waa forty, snd the lowest nine. The guests of ihe Institution war? prin? cipally the unemployed and men end hoys who s ild otherwUi frequent the saloons. Mr. an 1 Mrs. Frederic Remington have arranged for a lawn part) ;n .-.! of ''..- Day Kursen un 1 in lay, Julj ? Mr. Remington's stu?1lo contain? many pictures and a lat?;?, number .?t models and .-urios, and it will i? open to visitors. Peter Jams, one .f thi best-known ?"Jerman resi? dent? of Kew-Rochelle, died on Saturday and will i..- ?.r.ri'-d this sfternoon. Mr. Jants was e'ghty-four year's old an I was a -hart, r member "f the New Hoehelle Manner ;hOI, organised thirty-?.:;-? years sgo. ?'. Oliver Iselln has purchssed a new naph'ha i-iuneh for the use of hi? faml'.y. Adrian Iselln snd his. family spend considerable of their tin-)..- in their prettj yscht, cruising "ff ti-ie Bound, near Premium I'oint and I tavenp? ri Keck. ? PEEK8KILL. The fourth reeitai ,-u the Peekskill Conservatory of Musi? was given on Saturday afternoon Th" attendance was large snd th.- audience was en thuslastlc. Th? subjecl was "Modern Mssters," There will h" a sociable i-i the Plrst Baptist I'hun^h this evening. At St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church the monthly business me-tinir ?if th- Kpwo.th League will he held. This is the last meeting of th? season Ti," Water Commissioner? have adjourned until Julv 16. The meeting of Bald Ragle Tribe Ko. 2M, 1. o. o. H. M., th!? evening ?rill be "f sp?cial interest. The i'.ir-t ur.irxl sachem, Peter .!. Dobbs, of Brooklyn, will he present. The annual election will he- held. and the contesl for othce will be lively, as ;i.?-r? are several candidates for each place. ? ? - SINO SINO Warden Bage of the State l'rison at this place expects t'? have th' neu Administration Building at that Institution ready for occupancy by th? Fourth of July. The structure was begun in l***, win Include within its walls all the department? <?f ? r .? ) n-"i; ? ,\'-",'t 'i.?Is, and is ??ne of th?- moat .\. a.'i' n.j Armory. In Bprlng-st. The alterations to the church will Include t:.. tearing down of th? ;.. .;t i.! ist. i . Hing, leaving the raft?-r.s and beams "f 'he r?"'t expose?!; th? Introduction of a centre aisle and the remodelling ol the chaneel The prison authoritle? promise to begin work on th.- Durston-av? Improvement this week, William Purcell and Captain ' harl.-s Htlbert have boon ap? pointed to superintend th." work, and they will Rave about thtrtj convicts under them, selected from ti"- '"*' stone-masons In th? Institution. It i- Intended tbsl th?- retaining wall shall he a flrst , ass p).- ?? of work, and an ornameni to the prln ? ipai approach to this village from th?- railroad sta TARRYTOWN. H tpc Hos.- Compsny'a fair .-ame t? a successful .?lose on Baturdaj night, i nd will he lonsr renters bered ns the largest fair ever held in Tarrytown. Th.- smounl netted will prohahly he in the neigh? borhood "f t: borhood "f };???' It i;. ..\...,'..'. thai iti.- Nest York, white Plains and Klmsford Railroa?! Company will begin run? ning It? cars between Tarrytown and Elmaford i . \t week. Th? Tarrytown Rod and Gun Club is mnkitu im provementa ti I - ?????? clubhouse recentl) acquired ,,n th- river-front. Th? Toung People? Bo? let) "f t hnstian t-n desvor "f ih< Beeon?! Reform???! i.'hurcn will hold a ?orlahi? In the i h ?;?? ' ??? u lay e renlng. ?jl,,. |;, \ w H Rartholf "i Vonk.rs. occupied the pulpit "f th. s. ?mi Reformed Church ?ester? ,.,,, |n ,?,,. absence of the pa-tor. t:.? It'v. Arthur ?v. Mabon. .IBS PERRY AND HASTINGS. The engagement has been snnounced "f Miss K. jeanett.. Dorland, th? daughtei -.f Samuel <?. L>or laiul, of Hastlngs-on-the-Hudson, snd M.Mlle O. Palliser a prominent lawyei of this village. Th? wedding will lake place m the near f.jtur.-. 'i',.. Ret James A. Konls hat accepted a call to the Presh let .- i hurch ?r Ulen Cov?, Long Irl? and. Tti- Hastings Bods I Club Is making ar? rangements tor its annual picnic,,to i? held al ? i ikriale lirov?) on Jrrly w The Frasei Pree School will have Its dosing ?s> . r. IS4-S on Krldai evening A good programma ha? I . ..,, ?ri ? ged '.. Prol : Martin M. Ti dd. th? principal. 'In. I.a.li'-' Aid Bi?cieti of th? Reformed Church of Hasting? will hold >? basaar on \V? Inesday snd Thur..'av .ifi -inoon? and ? ening? The New York Central Railroad i- erecting a -??-. i bridge over It? track? ??t Westchester 1'ark Th.- tiiliiai'i oiirnsment undei the dlre<-Uon "f th- Tower Rl?lge Ya.-ht Club, ended thi- vv-'.k. :n-t pris? bel na wot: h\ Walter Keyes. 8TATE\ l.^hWh HAFPEXIXG8. Testerdsy was th.- banner day of th? season for lummer v.-itois. and thousand? came from Mew .t..i Kew-Yorh t.? rlsli South ind Midland Although th" Ira ns ind iroltoy-trars -??? i ? '..niiii. all day, ?ml] ? i i ol any Iras r? ,' -r-"'! In II iftemoon I .".?r> . Sri..ni iwent) fair year? old, who live? at Castle ?'.;. ? ... : . is. v. i- bi i. t.- i f: o. r :,- iep of ? Mlil land Railroad cai while H'irs io Richmond and fell t.. it,, road 111- left leg wa? broken snd he r? elved i ... t.- nu n. the be id il?- was i. - moved to th.- Smith Infirmar) South Beach w .? Often wi?Ie ail it av vvtli ? . r. 1 I om-t r'S. drimlng snd olem v ?.f b? ? t Freemsn A Corson, slsty-onc .? ?r? old a r??t taut of Wkkt liiigiiiun, (iP.-d auiiJ'.i.ii ui 1.1? UOI..C Neill's Five Great Sales That Begin To=Day. A SPECIAL SALE ?O V? Women's Sailor Hats, 50c, 75c, anJ 95c, each, They are all choice sh.ip.-s and worth from 06c. 10 1. ?5. A GREAT SALE OF Men's Negligee Shirts. Positively the greatest value we have ever offered. 500 DOZEN M;ule of Woven Madras, cut full and all hand finished, sizes M to 17; a large vari? ety o? patterns GREAT CLEARING SALE ?OF Women's Summer Suits, Wash Skirts & Silk Waists. AT LESS THAN COST OF MATERIALS. 200 Tailor-made Storm Serge Suits, fly | 100 Rich Silk Costumes, French Foulards fronts, Jackets lined with Taffeta Silks, full 69c. EACH. Actual Value 1.25. A SALE OF Bicycle Suits. Men's Crash Bicycle Suits, Taped Seams and patent pockets, the correct thing for summer wear, skirts, cambric lined I'f- Formerly 10.00 NOW 4.98. Tailored Suits of Serge, Jackets lined tone Taffeta Silks. If Formerly 16.00 NOW best English Storm with brilliant two arid Indias, trimmed with lace and ribbons. \ST Formerly 25.00 to 35.00. NOW 14.75. Ladies* Silk Shirt Waists of the best quai? ity of Taffeta, plain and fancy designs. ty Formerly 6.00. -^ 2.98. 2.98, Golf Suits of line Plaids and overplaids, I cuff on trousers, 7.98. 2,000 Crash and Linen Dress Skirts, Itrj- Formerly 1.98 to 2.98 each, ^ 98c. to 1.49. A GREAT SHIRT WAIST SALE. Don't miss it. It's a great opportunity for money saving. Two splendid values that tell the whole story : 4.98. OOOC?0<XK><>0000<WOO<><X>0<KH50>5'.><)<)00 \ ALL CA5H PURCHASES DELIVERED % \ FREE TO ANY POINT WITHIN 100 g 0 MILES OF NRW YORK CITY. O ? ? CKKKKW()<>0000000<>OCKK>CO(KK3>00<>0<>0 I 500 Dozen Laundered Waists in Htamines, Madras, Lappets and Lawns of fine quality, the product of the best manufacturers, all Dainty Colors, Detachable Collars and Cuffs in white or self, all sizes, 1.25. Usual Price 8.98. 1,000 Dozen Laundered Waists in Lawn, Lappets, Percales and Htamines, detachable Collars and Cuffs, all elegant colorings and designs, 75c. Usual Price 1.7*. A Complete Assortment of leadles* Tailor Hade Vests at Lowest Prie*-*. Sixth Avenue, 20th to 21st Street. fr<-?m IkmuI disease rraterday morning. Hs had been In the employ of the Stal -n Island Infini? Ratahllshment : - mor? thai half a century. HI* wlff ?in?l two children survive him, In a quarrel over famllj affa r? late on Saturday rlKlu Loula Zelmsch, a resident of Lnurel-avc., Btapleton, ?tahhed his son, Richard, twenty-one ...1 with -i butcher-knife, after chasing him through the house. The boy was Injured In the I? ft shoulder the blade passing through lo his back. Th? frr.Tinntl'in exercises of the Port Richmond I'nton !?>'?'? Behool will ho hold to-morrow. A strawberry festival will be given In Klngsley Methodist Church, Btapleton, to-morrow evening. A BREAK tX 80CIALI8T BAXK8. BXC1TEMBRT AT AM ALL-NIOHT MFKTiNG-ONr: OF THE LEADER. Pt*T OCT. One hundred and twenty delegatw, said to repre? sent K.000 Borlallsti In Oreater New-York, held a meeting on Saturday nlgl I In th?' hall al So. fit Rast Fourth-sL which did not break up until yes? terday morning and they had an exciting time generally. Th? resull was thai Louis Miller, the leader of Ihe Populist faction, was forcibly ejected from th?- hall and a serious spill in the Bo?slallst ranks caused thereby. While the meeting was go? ing ?m it wsi d?Bclared thai Daniel De Leon had polled 4.s?? vote? In the IXth Congress District in : is list election, and that Tammany was now try? ing to gel control of this vote, it was further d<? clarad thai Tammany was being assisted In ei rry? ii ? '.ut i?-? scheme by certain ?>f the Socialist lead? ? ?-. and thai these refractory leaders would have t.. be disciplined in eons?pqueti e. About midnight the debata gol so heated that uoseni <?f speakers were trying to talk at once, und the chairman broke his gavel trying to restore order. Al the height of the excitement I??1 I^eon Jumped upon a 'hair and fharc.-d that the offend In? Mill? had V'.:-.l for Record? Ooff in ISM, and thai in ISM he had declared that th? Populist party was Um Bociallsl party ol the United States, The din at this time was ti rrtflc, but above it all could be heard the voice of Miller, who shouted: "You arc a liar! Vou ara a liar!*1 Rvery man was on hi? feet and shouting as loud a? hi? lung? would permit, Finally, by an over? whelming vote, the aergcant-at-armi war Instruct? ed to remov? Miller from the meet ng. Thli proved no easy matter, ai Miller fought and protested and his fri'!'.'!-: ?tond h) him. ills enemies might have di ?1st? d If Mar ? Hi n? kn an, tl ?? I? ad? r of the Voung Women Boclallsts, had not taken a hand at this Juncture and shouted: "Pul htm out! Pui i Im out!" Mllhr a is then put ?"it. and ha '.??'' vowing i-entr? ?.?''???. ii un.-- admitted that the light had cau?ed .? ?erioii>< break In Boclallsts' rank? and that they would not In able to poll a unanimous vote in tu? coming ? l??otlon. ? QUEER FI8H FOB THE AQl ARIl If. A collection of curious fishes was brought from Bermuda on board the Quebec I.:.? steamship Orinoco, which arrived h< re yesterday, by Dr. T. l!. Bean, superintendent of the A?|uartum, who accom? panied an expedition ol t? to Bermuda to sbsarve the conditions ?: animal and vege able Hie In the Gulf Stream. Th? flehe? ?ren caughl In nets and brought here In cans and tanks. The} wen promptly tsken to thi Aquarium, snd placed on ex? hibition, while I?r. la '.a. who waa ill, went to hu h ?me, The luhei are as follow -. Four angel fishes, whl a are thin and Oat, and ?wim on ? dge. Th? j .:!>? from I t ? 10 Inches long and from .'. "o '? In? h< ? wl e Th ? ar? not? I : ?r their brllllani colors, which are changeable, and vary ?.? ordlng to the light to which ihey are expos? i Tneli bodies ire ol an ashen hue, ?vurlrgated with i., autlful . hades ol or ing? ind I A surgeon, or ?loctoi hah, ailed because ll has u small ..i... ol a Ugh ranee, whl h '..^ Into h groove oi depre??lon ?:. -.: r,.- n*h and h&a i - kel oi hinge bj ireana ol which It may be lateral!) pr.?.???. r,.i. 'ihe la-ice I? supposed lo be 'is?-1 i- a wt ipoii .?! defence The nah, which u about 11 Inches long, and similar to an angel hah in ?h '..??. la ol ? d p .... i n ?r along Its back ?lui ta?' und? r pat : of II bod] Three Haml?*i fishes, or groupers >" called be ??'i-, thei -?.??.in In Ri ?upe. 'I ... -?? ar? iron, i>> ?o 24 inchea long rhe) resemble th? northern black li-n in r-ii..;.-. inn iiHve inarpei non? . They have ?urge mouths, und are ? x ?? ?dingh .voracious, i.I liiK upon ? ther ti*h of imalb r ?Ite, Th? Ir bodies i- ' m nahen hue. with .lark brown atripea. Ten hind Babes, which are ?Imllar In t ,, ?? to tho is-i i.ip? i?. Thej .?r. from 10 to IS Inche? Umg, and .ir? white, ?I'n brown and r.-.i ?pot? '?:?? -? . ? ma a or ich ?olm ? -?? r fiah, about 6 inch??? long, srlth brown .?no black ?trip*?. Two sriulrrel fishes, about 10 'nchea long, whl h ar.. ?Imitar In ? lor ;i> go >lfl?h, out have longer and narrower bolle?. Their name la derived from thi r. ? that ihfj ha?.rg< ??>.??. which resemble those ol a squirrel. I'hera ? r? 10,243 rlsltori u th? Aquarium yester? day, and the new arrival?, rup.clully the angel fishtts, attraci?fd much attention H I M MEPs ri.l \ A \ l> i o \ H T ! BLE I T ODtiB. Trouble la - ?ii lo be brewing between Osear llsmmerstein and Stevenson Constable, Superin? tendent of Buildings. Thi t arlan ? ha reached pa acute a st age that It I? ?aid Mr Constable threaten! to etose '.i?' the Olympia ii"..i (Jarden u?ar.- iiti.n ?tru i.nal alterations are Imme? .tatet] ni.. - * i ?.? hi? part, Mi lluminersteln re . ?- poiui r... to n. iKe thi han ?es, ind la re* ! portel to bave dalle i >it Constable to ompel huu .K. m. .h. m li asserted that Mr, llammer I ?telti ti running ?.'.^ rooi garden *iih??ui ,i u.. i,?,. He made the neceasarj application ind deposit r..r ii,.. ,..?! mu lasi Ma) hu? the M..\>.. UecllnM t?i 1 i ?? th? I en?? until the Uulldius l>epurtmenl certifie? til .t the ?a?* In regard t.? ilrc-c? ..p. s and ' viner letal i onstru.'tloi ..-,.,, , ?.n, ? ?ii'i Mi ?nati ble refuse? ??? niant th? certltl .?i. .:. II '? ' iln hange? are d i I? In the f.ir?l?\n, und ? Mr Haniinei t. in ? h. ? ? . mon i? .? . . n IM .. I I ' .- i ' he ll manda ?>.' thi department, for ihe reason .?- ;..? rea, thai ni . ..i :? n . ? . :? tl) ife ..n.l t?, fitti l with ?n the pre lutloii? foi th? prot?t tlon ":' i Itoi a t liai the las ?nal i ? upon i.? i he ? contre It i? understood noa however thai Mi Con? I at a hl? im- play? I anothei card u iln - hi? oppo? pent b) lod ig a nplslnl with Captain Schmitt? berg? that the Olympia l.: Uardun araa being run a 111..... t a license. STAMPS 8T0LEX AT THE BTATIOX. ] A DISCOVERY AT THE IARLEM BRAN?CH POST OfTICE -THREE MEM BC8PEMDSTJ PROM DCTT. A sch? me f'?r purloining stamps ha? r>c?n dis? covered at Postofflee Station J. No. 211 West f?ne hundred-and-twenty-flfth-et. Aa ? result Robert Looney, superintendent of the station; W. J. Rey? nolds, ? ??tamp clerk, an?l Predcrlck J Taylor, who ? ad charge of th?' mon'.y order department, have i.n suspended from duty pending an Investiga? tion. The postal officials aeen yesterday manifeste.; t???- greatest retlcenc. regarding the matter, hut ?t is und?stood that there la no charge against Bo? perintendenl Looney save lax business methods. Similar carelessness, It is ?ai?i. also k*d to Taylor*? Buspension. l'uni the Investigation, which Is ap? pointed for 10 o'clock this tr.ortilng at the post office, Is held, the facts underlying the allegation of robbery of ?tamps will not be known. The One-hundreu-and-twenty-flfth-st. ?tatlon la cn?> of the largest In the city, and Is the centre of distribution for all the Harlem mails, i ?ne of the large force of clerks employed there is stated to have accidentally alighted upon the fraud, nrd to have sent notification of hla discovery to Edward II. Morgan, the General Superintendent of <'ity L?e llvery. A aubs??quent Investigation by inspector? of the Postofflra fed to the unearthing of s clumsy plan f ir defrauding the Government of stamps. The extent "f the thefts Is n??t more than |f? when se. n yesterday at his home, No. 5*?*, a est One-hundred-and-forty-sixtn-st., Mr. Morgan said: "I enn say nothing about the matter at this stage. While Irregularities <>f some kind are suspected. the lnv<?stlgatlon by the postal authorities may show that they are not of a criminal nature." MUSIC TEACBEB8 VISIT THE CBUBCBES. The music teachers, who are hailing their Na? tional Convention in this city, resti l >? iterday. In ?tead of spending the day in council an i listening to papera on sundry musical themes, they visited the churches and temples, wher? ipeclal musical pro? gramm?e ha I been arranged f? r their l?>-r>t'rtt. The churc tea in queatton were the Baptist Tnher rracie, Thlrd-ave. and 9 'hermerhorn-st., Brooklyn, whi ? they listened to a choir of tw ? hundert voice?; Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, where the Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott preach? i api lal sersjMfl on music; the First Presbyter in Church, Flfrh-ave. ami Twelfth-at., thi? clt) South Church, Madison-ave. and Thlrty-eighth-st., w cro ??: Smith, the organl?t, gave a rectlai; Si 1'iu's Broadway and Vesev-s: St.?Michael's, Amsterdam- vc. and Nlnety-nlntn-at.; Church of the Incarnation, Madison-ave, und Thirty-fifth-?!.. Church of th? Interceeslon, ?me hui lred-and-tlf;y-e|ghth-?i, and Western Roule \ ird; St Pi inch .\ ??. ? ??'?? Church, West Sixteenth near Sixth a ?? . ? ? So ii Presbyterian Church, NlBCty-alXth - and Centra Park West, St. Marks Church, Tentl an?l ? nd-ava.; St. James's Church, Ma :,-?.:: ' ' n.l Scventy-flrst-al T i-di y the a la will meet In Joint c ?si in with the Nation I .\ ? ? latlon ?>f Elocutionists, * ?-? 01 YEB8 l\ TOWX. Porteous ?fc Mitchell, Norwl h, Conn.?TP, R. Murphy, carpets and upholstery goods, Ko, SE U*hlte-st. Broadwa) Central. Smith ,?? Murr.. Springfield Mass, Ales L I cl ?ska and suite. Mo 55 whit? ? t, Porteoua A Mitchell, Norwich, Conn.- John Por? teous, dryg? .Is. etc., No, .'..'? Whlte-st. McAuslan A Wakelln, Holyoke, Mass w. i; Wakelln, dr) gooda, etc. Vend?me. j. B Menken Company, Memphis. Tenn.?Loula Halle, clothing, No. ill VVorth-?t. Vendome, Sunshine, Kohn & Kaufman, Cleveland, Ohio?J. Kaufman, woollens. Broadway ?'entrai. M. Cohen, Sou A Co., Petersburg, Va. i. Cohen, drygooda, . :?? St. i 'loud. !.. Trepanier, l>?s M?>lnes, losra?J. Trepanier. drygooda, ? tc Metropole. I.inn .v s rugga Drygooda and Carpel Company, Decatur, in ?'. Kline, drygoods. etc., Ko. K Broad* ay. Metropole. Hargadlne, McKlttrlek nrvg'ioii? Company, st l...n la Mo M. O. Morrell, dreaa gooda, silk-- and velveta, cloaks and suits. No lir? Worth-st Stuart .1. Fral.y & <"o., St. Lout?, M?> .1 Praley, dry? g.I?. ? t.-. Stuart. Kell) A Healey, Bcranton, Penn. -M. O. Healey, drygoods, - tc. Stuart .1 .1. Lynch, Olyph.nl, Penn.?Drygoods, etc Stuart Pahnley &? M?rCrea, Indianapolis, ind. A. B. Dietrich, millinery, F. Pahnley, millinery, Marl? borough. i. M. Mertena A ('?>. Syracuse, N. Y j. m. Mertens, woollens, No i4 'l'a.?mass? Normandie I^evts-Eukowskl Mercantile Company., St Louis, Mo Benjamin Brockmeyer, straw goal?, n.?. gfj Bro idway. Marlborough. Spear Brothera, Mlddletown, Conn l Sp.-ir. ?all? llnery and fancy g,?,iis Marlborough. B P. Lancks, York. Penn Drygoods etc Im? periat. F.. R. Barron Company.. La Crosse, Wls.?Hoo rensteln, carpets and upholstery goods, N'o. Ml Broadway. Grand Kewcomb, Endlcotl /? Co., I??troit, mi. h <; T Moody, domestica and dreaa goods, No Bl Broad? way. Imperial Mabley & Carew, Cincinnati, otii?. R, <;. Csrew clothing. Ii iffman lv Uodcbaux, Neu Driesns, La Clothing. li.?(T man. l? Uriaroe. Brother ?v.- ?'". Knoxvllle, Tenn -j F Brisco?, drygoods, . tc st i>.-t;is. iiinke. i>.?w?'ii ? Helm, Baltimore, Md. s w Helm, mlllln ry St. Denla, BIi .<? Walker Drygoods <v.. st. Louts. Mo.?W. F Morgan, linens, white goods, laces, embroideries and upholstery goods, No, :.'.,> Church-st ??erlaeii Woodward A Lothrop, Washington j. .? \ ?,1 i...? hr.?t?. drygoods, ? tc Holland !?' J Wear Syracuse N v Millinery, Ne Ml Mercer ?I Murray ?1111 Vrbuthnot Btephenson ?v Co., Plttaburg Penn ? r H Arbutnnot, drygouda, etc., No. :>:? Pranklln-sl Murra} Hill. ? Ann ?asa?meats. Henry A. Daniels, M. D., 110 \\>?i BSU rtt Impalrnirnl? .af th* NjivuiM S)?lriu Imi^tfn^? St?rtllt?. and Ilk? ?I'.nifi)'?. Hour? H to l, S to S. MA RISK INTELLIGENCE. MINTATT-RF. ALMANAC. lanrlsa4rJIISaiasatTJI M on r;?e? ? ma;07 M^n?egefj) HIOU WATER T?) DAY. a M Bead?/ H h S-*n a \ Island : M IMI c,?t? tJt P.M Bendy it ,k t;.!t ?;??.. isiar.i 7.04 h?U Gat? .rat I SCO M1X0 STEAMERS. TO DAT Vessel. Prosa. Luna ?. hl?<1am.Anir?f?r ?am. Jun? II.HMl-Am? Koi.emia. H?' irg fun? it lltmrVAmw Island. Copenhagen, June K?.Thina^alla Oal '? . l/r ! n las? 12. wtl?.? ii'i of Birmingham.*?? .r ? ih June ?a. . ?r-.nao, Wirkenden.H tterdam, Jar? l?l.H .1 Am?r Delphic. Liverpool. Jun? 17.wm?? St?r Manitoba.l.r! ? ,1 u ? ;: . At', Trwia ???ific .i....r; ? i. Jaae i? .U'Mt? ttt?# Jeraei City.s? ?:-?.! lun? IS.nn??ol L'Uldnna.New ??r>ar.s. June 2.1 .?TYomwell El rXynsfO.N-? Or? ?ana, Jur.? <jn.M?*?a Adtrmda<*k...... .Port i.tm a, .f'ine 21.Atlas Larroma.Gibraltar, Jun? 23 .Qu?b?e Mufl?an?.St Thomas, .line ii .Qu?bee Tjotao.Barbad ? .Vin? !...Demirara Colorete.Bruna? lek, Juna 2.".Mallary TCC.DAT, Tt'Ni: tp. ?en le.Liven ? 1. Jan? 21.?Tunard w?rra.Gibraltar, J in? 21.N O Lloyd H H M?ier.Bremen, Jun? 17.K O Lloyd Westernised.At,-a ?; Juiw ID.,.K?"l *?'ar Nomadic.Uverpn :. Jon? U.Whit? Pur Pmnclsco.Hull, tune ir.. .wiu>n Ande?.iaata Martha. Jon? 22.Atiae Nu?-.-??.OelvMto*, Jure r?(.Mallory I'r "klvn ?'it y.S ?in?"?. Jim* 1ft.Br'.itJl farni-.ga.Havana, Jun? 24.N T A Oibe Baatlago.Nassau, Jun? 2?.X T A Cuba Wednesday, Ji'NE 3a Ravel .Br?m?n. June 21.N O Ll-iyd Maac.lnm.Katier'am. Jone is. Holl-Am??? City <af Washington Ha\ana. Jon? .?i.N Y A? ?Cuba Cmrei??.Para lane .Ke4 ?>? ?? Alganquin.Jscl .'7.Clytle OUTnr.r . sr:. : :::./.5. T ;.;,1AY, JUNE 29. Veaaal. Une. PlBSS. Mai!? el-???.V????l ?alia I*?hn. ?r?rr?n, N O Uoyd. 7??>'?m I0i???,m Connnflh?. ?tiarl>'?t''.n, ?Tyil?.- 3 ?I?? p tn City <>f Birmingham, Savanrah, tev , ? r. ?opaa T?vi^t?ini? cape Town, Dates Ciaa...K>rO0am i2???m Kattlr Prln. a, !'? rr.amt.ueo, I'nr.o* ... | ??? p m :. ??i v m WKllNKSDAY, JUNE ?... Panants. Havana, Pp.mi?h ..?.tl^am 1-<" p m unrai.a. Havana, N Y a ?*ut?a. '.??"; m ?O0| n? Finan.-?, i'oion, Panama .lo:00 am 12 OS r. fi Mar, N'.v ?>rt?an?, M ritan . :< ?m p ta Gremela. ??r.- ' lai lad.12 ?.? ra 2 ??? \> ut ill'RSDAT, ICI?! 1 N'nrmmrta. Kamburs, Hamh Am?r . 4 '?? .. m ',"in ' Naeaau, N v A? ?.\ih? . ... 1 <?? ?. ?n ;i ??? p m 1 ???? 1 !t Lultj '. I ? men, N ?J t.?.? 1 :? nu . -?.. u. .?> m Orll ?'. Ht T!' niH ?jU'?t.*e. I :<X> p m 3 "? ? n? ? ' m, Ktt la :i. H? U-Aaeer.. IMin i?. "O ? m AManhu, Jan 1 l . 1 ">? ?. m ? <?> p ?a 8HIPPIXG XBW8. TOUT OP NF.'A l'ORK, FI'NPAY. ICMI 27 '.Wt. ARRIVED. mee City "f Rotai >. ing, Ola?* v aaJ ? ? lun? 19 a ': 1 ?-.. |?m : 13.??vas? 1 .??!.,.??. !? llend*r?on Bros Arrived at th.? liar at .; 1". p m . ?-.tti.-T W??ihall lia. Morgan 1 1 ?1? Jan? il, *.th ?ugar 1 rd? \ ? Amved al t;.? 1 ? ?. ..r 1 :t?> u m. it? .- ??? r . 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