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TART TALK ABOUT TAXES
STATE COMMISSIONERS MAKE AN UNEX- | PECTED VISIT HERE. PRKs;nrNT barker declines to have a for? mal TALK IN PRIVATE-THE OFFICIAL HEARING TO RE ON AU-OUfl St. Presidi :it Barker of the TaJt Department was eitiin. it: bla Office about Boon yesterday when the three State Tax Comrnlsetonera w.ilked in unannounced and sat down with the evident in? tention ef having a talk. The three ?Vn.mis s . en are Martin Heermance, of Poughkeepale; Edward L, Al?ame, of Kimlra. and Rolla L. Jenkins, of Morten. Mr. He*mnanca usually does the talking for all three, and be bagan the talk with Mr. Barker yesterday. Mr. Barker ex pr? sst.i Burprtee that the Commissioner? had not announced t?.? ir coming. ??We ha\e tbi righi le expect tiie courtesy of being Informed Is advance of your officia! vi. it," he said. Mr. Heermance said no discourtesy was Intend? ed, ani the Commissioner? merely wanted to have a taik about the local taxes and ass. Is i nta, it is the duty of the Commlaalonera to visit the local department after the aaaeaamenl ut Anist? d, examine th.- ?rork and make a report to the s;ate Board of Equalisation, which is to le if the local asaeaamenta should be ln . : used or dlmlnlahed. Heretofore It has been the custom of the State Commissioners to give notice to the local Tax Commissioners of an In? ten.? d \ isit. "I cannot consent to have a f.>rr.ml talk with you lew." Mr. Barker sai.;, "because my fellow? Commlssl? nera have the right to be present at such a hearing. Mr. Butro has gone Easl on his vacation, and Mr. W.lls la not here now, al th'>;:?h be may be in the city. When we have cur formal talk it must be with my fellow-Com misslonera pn sent, and In public." "Would you want newspaper men present0" ask? 1 Mr. He< rmance. "Certainly, If they want to be here," was Mr Bark! r's n ply, "for our formal talk may be of Interest t.? the public, which gets its knowledge of affaira through the newspapers Borne of the tax; ?. - p ghl want t" be here also." "We don't w ini reportera present at the hear? ing " "Well, th.y'll be here. I must refuse to talk business with you alone, or t.> recognize this as un official visit, in the absence ol my colleagues. We have ? < p ? xpecting for a long time to get warning of your visit, and now you have come here and found me alone." "We are willing that you should talk for th" other Commissioner? " "W<?!. I might do that if they were present, ar.d 1 probably will when they are here, but I am n.'t going to talk to-day except In an unoffi? cial v. ay Mr Keermance said the State Commissioners did n.'t ?ant too much publicity just now, and h?? spoke of gome things which had been pub? lished as having caused too much excitement. Among ? Iher things he mentioned the recent re? port that the local Tax Commissioners had been threatened with indictment for falling to in ct? -?? the valuation of property for taxation. "Who was responsible for that st?>ry?" Mr. Bark? r demanded. "Oh, we only sent a circular to the District-At? torney calling his attention to the law and ask? ing him to enforce it." "i >h. you did'.' Then you admit that you tried to get us Indicted? Well, the attempt failed, and now ?f you have anything to say about the way this Department Is conducted you just wait at.d say it publicly." There was some di?cnssion about a time to be fix? i f'.r th?? hearing, and at length it was sel for Tuesday, August 31, at lo a m. Mr. Parker said that was a ?at? date, in view of the fact that it would leave little time for a report upon the New-York City assessments "Perhaps anything .aid at the hearing will have little effect on the report, anyhow." he suggested. "Well, perhapp not." was the reply. -o? AN ASSESSMENT OOMFT.AINT CLASSIFICATION OF ????"?. IN STORK? AP PER? SONAL rr.orr.RTT \ my, Ang 1* ?Special?.- On? r>' the thing? most frequei lly rom pi.'-.in ed of under the present plan of rreit!rc and fixing assessed valuations is the ?slflcation of stoi-ks tn stores as personal prop? erty Merchant! n?-ee that at on?? time their Stocks of goods will be a great deal more ex? pensive than at other times. And then. too. savings bai k?? an?! the'.r depositors complain, and in some - Intend IO fighi th.- assessment laid on sav ns is of the depositors. One case in point :- that of the Albany County Savings j;,jnk, which win lesi a cast in Bethlehem. Albany County, where thi assessors have assessed the envtngs-bank deposit of William Schoonmaker. of ? r Hill, at $3,000. The Bethlehem town as >? ire havi i;? rea?M?d the valuation? on real and personal property materially, one of th?? classe? .if propert) which are largely Increased In valuation l? Icehouse? Thi Central lei Company'? house, i.-.? ?.-' year at *:?.>"". is r.iise.l t.i $75.? oro this year. There vas no personal property last yi .r. but thi? yeai It I? place,) at 12,000. The Bofart's ?use w i^ last year G1.500, this year 110,00 . Pan ? Island icehouae last yrar 14,000, ?'?.- >. ir ?i-v?- Rldgewood 1 ? Company'? house laol >. ir 115.000 no personal, this year 180,000, per? sonal CO . Vonker? City lei Company's house last year I ? no personal, this year 110,000, per ?- ll.OOii The companie? are endeavoring to get ? reduced 75 per cent. Th* Hoard nl meet Tuesda) next to consider the request The valuations In the Town ot Vernon. Oneids County, have been Increased from ???6??.' a year epto to nearly $3?>>.000 this year. The largest In personal property of the National Bank of Verona. Last year it was placed at ?.. . ?? on ??.?? ? stock, thi? year It will be about J'."T .-??. Thi valuation of real .-state ?-? som?? lo? es ha? been Increased 50 per cent, in some localities It ba? depreciated from th?. figures of ?*-,. In the entire town there were but twenty thre? who pa d taxea on personal property ranging troni ?. ?' ? 5.00 ? year 100 persons are .-;.--<? - - ?, ? u from 1300 to $10,000 the latter ?urn ??? m : again?! K. A. ?iaiy, who paid no personal tase? In '???"? li near!) everj Instance the largest are ag ilnst persona whose 7 ,:? I were OOt ?? ?:;?? personal assessment rolls la~! yeai ? REIT FIND8 ?N THF QVLDENSVPPE CA*F. TWO BULLETS DISCOVERED IN THE imrsE AT ???? QUEEN? roUNTT I.IKKI.T TO HAVE THE CASE Th?r?' wer. n? n ??? ? p enta in the preliminary U . ? ? mu? I? r of William Gulden . ;. terda) which confirmed th? Imprei that M and afra. Nack. the alleged ?? tried In Queen? County, despite the wl h .' thi Board of Supervisori <f that tri . '??? -? ol thi cost to the ? t;, w::h liis as? ti M? ' '? R? lalskls, w.-nt to : .?. and had .? li ng con ; e wl i -Attorney Tounga of Queen? ? ? secutlon of thi ? as? li : to .? ... ? ? thai an agreement was it the , ? were noi A four prosecutore, ac ? Dennl? Sullivan, of Queen? Cou.,':-, ? .... a >'? ? and went io the ?ed that ? he murder a it to placet An ex o.of ? ? ???? ?.?. from thi roof t? ? . ??p? s ?ere I bedrooi on th< I imbedded, and In th.? floor of th* ? the bathtub, a e opinion waa di ? : ng Guident ippe In ? .?? bathro im, and thei bcfoi ? either fin d an? other ahot ? - or else flred at it and : ' ? ? flooi und? r t?..? bath t ? r ind In the houae 1 ver of that 'rom Thome and is now in District Attorn? ? ? ?: ,,?; ~"* ? WINTBROP GATER DEAD. W. BILLES HIMSELF BECAl'Sg AN ANONTMOUS LT TT1 R ! REA ? S I El HII '.' : . t\.; A PLACE ? inthrof G lee, the f-.rmer clergyman, who lived a* N? I Peni it., Newark, ? J, and who atteri . Centra! Pal.. ed yesterday ? irnlna ai 6 .. k In H ? U . Gates, thi .Istei of th? d< v . seen ' ? home In Kewat. ?- . ? ? ?? ? : . an letter which prevente? . , Hattln High ?? h ol In l!. had won thi piaci In competitive . wet?? forty-eight ap? plicanti r h en ?.. ,?,,,? ? ?. rit. m t hu ? (latra WH ?? ?' ? ? " of l>r. Ltviiii 11 inekle) . ? ? ?.?. ?. t i. for the Ini .?.?.. ?. ? ? ' ,n? , ' ' ? ' .ir I I,' . ? He waa told ? hai h.? could ?? ' gel th? Then he bream? despondent, and u ???'. ;..? .:iuk t" labi his Ufi Miss Gate? ?>.!. bited eonalderable feeling a? slie epok?? of th?? writer of the lettei "I would l.k* to And him," ?aid she. "1 would throttle him." STILL BEARING PROTESTS. WESTCHESTEH ASSESSORS FORCED TO HOLD SECOND-DAY SESSIONS. MORE COMPLAIXTI THAN COULD BE RECEIVED AT ONE MEET1NO IN MANY TOWNS POME OF THE PNOTBgl '.NTS. The assessors of C.rcenhurp. Weste hester Cotinty. for the first time In thi? history of the township. held a second session yesterday in Tnrrytowt f r tlM purpos. of hearing grievance? against the j a-fissmptii roll for 18ST The Board recel vad gboal twenty moro com- ? plaints yesterday, in .addition to the large numhT accepted on Tuesday, nn.i several complainants I were examined. Joseph W Middlebrook, repre seattag the D. Oceier Bradley estate; Jerome Brad? | ley. Nelson Bradley and Mrs. Joseph W. Middle- , brook, was the first to be examined. He testified ? that the re;i! assessment arainst the Bradley estate : ?ras overvalued, i.fi.i asked to hav. ?? reduced one hjlf. In the other oases he asked to have their persona! assessment canceled, as he alleged that they did not possess any personal property. Thomas T. Hart, of Hartadale, asked to have nil personal assessment of M'V*XI reduced to 10.000, which he admitted that he possessed. James H. Whltehouse, of lrvlnpton. appeared with Frederick J. Stone, his counsel, and asked the Board to correct the error which had been made by assessing thirty acres of land helonutnp 11 him to his wife. He requested the assessors to reduce the assessment on this property from $3?\000 to IMI? Mr Whltehouse, on behalf of his son, Henry R. ^Yhltehouse. asked to have his personal assess? ment cancel). .1 on the ground that he was not a resident of WestcheMor ( ounty. he being a repre? sentative of the t'nited States Government in Switzerland. He also asked to have vacated the personal assessment of James N. Whltehouse on the proni.d of non-realdence. He said that his son was In New-York City, and the Hoard decided that it would be necessary fur him to appear person? ally. As apont for his wife. M iry Whltehouse. Mr. Whltehouse applied for a r?duction In her behalf on $>?.00o real arci 950,000 personal. He wanted the nal redi oed to $27,.W and the personal to $15.<W>. Mr McClellsnd, oounsel to the Hoard, applied to the Roard for a reduction on C?lonluoe. his home in Dol.hs K.rry. Mr. Stone estimated the property to be worth 112,000, and as it is assessed for ??8.??0 the assessors will have to consider their counsel's application. Among the other complainants yesterday were Thomas I.osee. Jr., I.inda D. fookste. Dr. Carroll Dunham and Margaret Stone. The assessors of the. town of Mount Pleasant will hold a special .-neotlnp to-day to -orislder the com? plaints against the sssessmenta of the Rockefellers, Howard H Morse will present the complaints, and several expert real estate dealers are expected to testify for the Rockefellers. IN OTHER TOWNS The assessors in Rye were not in session yes terday, bul held an informal meetlnp and looked over the complaints of Tuesday, about seventy in number. The assessors announce that they url?i he in session every day. except Sundays, until September 1. to hear grievance?, but that all papara must he tiled before next Monday. Tue assessore <>f Ma mar...neck will hold a s;?? liai meetinp thla afternoon to consider the grievances of Charles H." Murray, of Larchmont. who is ta? se seed for ?M,000 and who represent; St. John'? Episcopal Church. They announce that they are not inclined to he lenient witn C Oliver iselin. who js assessed for SHS.O0Q. Tne ssseasora .-ay that they visited Mr. Iselin ? month or more ino. and that he promised ;o give teem a schedule, which tie has not done, and they were old.pel to mak?? the valua? tion baaed entirely on their ,-,wn Investigations. The assessor? have reduced the persona! valuations of Charles A. SitiS'-r. Mrs Caroline Singer. J. H. Me Arile and John P. H.peman on personal assess? ments. Amone other? arno have objected, but who will probably no? receive any reductions, eri Will Um H. Palmer. Mrs. K. I'. Delanoy, Dr. W. ? Bullard, Kennen O Brewer. Charles ?. Yo mg, Carlsten Wendt, Mary Gilben Alley and Edward f. DeLancey. Only thirty-three complaints were filci with the assessore of New-Rochefle at tne? close of their see? sion last nipht. and none of these cam. from the Iselin family, the New-York, New-Haven and Hart? ford Railroad Company, Jo.nn H. Btarin, the New York Athletic Club, the yacht and rowing clubs and otner Urp<- taxpayer? whom it was predicted would be the tirst to object. Amonp those who ha\?? protested are j. .\. Mahl stedt OeorK?'? T. Dav;s. Cyrus Lawton, Bro - p H,.?ari. George l'nder?iill. Mr- ? A ':? . Charles ?. Morgen, sr.. and the I'rsuHne Nuns, who ,-ir-k nat the 1.eland Castle, i--? -- ; ai 125.0%. be exempted on the around? "hat ?? is? the propertj ol a relip ms body ani used foi a irshlp. The roll. Including both personal and r'-:,l piop erty. is fiT.snu.f?'"'?. and the assessors do not expe. ? thai It w.ii i,e reduced more than a million dollar? John O/Rourke, James i. Warren and ?. ? Hop kins, assessors of Whit? Pia na, recelv ! about one hundred and fifty applications for reductions of a.-? pesamenti on the flrst day of their sitting for tl>*> nearing of grievances. While this ?s a large num? ber A.mpared with previous years, the .mount ol ;1?? reduction asked for in many of the petition? is ?0 small that it seems probable tha' there will not be a large decrease of the tots! assessment as made out by the assessors. This is noticeably Ihe rase with real prop.-rty, with the excepMon of an appli? cation for .-. redui tion of ISO.0O0 in tne value of Urand View Park, assessed a? lisi/?"? th'? reduction? a^ke.i for In oiher real .--tate are? only of a few hundred dollar? m > a h Instance. In Slnp Sue- Mrs Elliott ?. Bhepsrd, through her counsel J. Smith Lent, ..-k<-d thai the assess? ment on her real property of tgos.OOO be reduced to s"?????' Si:e mad. t.o objection to an assessm for personal property of MO.O00. J. l?. Kos ? ? y askea to have persons! propertj assess* ? at $12.. ,.-? reduced to 15,000, The ?nteres! of the day in Poekskill was rentred in ?!.. -.. iring of th. Consolidated Ice Company of New-York, which owns the icehouse at Meheagn Lake, Last yesr the property wsa asse? ed foi ?'.and thi" year f?.r %'??':"> From the questions, answer.- and actions of the counsel for the Board and Mr. Couch i' was evident that th. asses. m'tit will no' be r? duce 1 ? ?, Tuesday afternoon in Peeksklll thi- as.-ossors investigated and acted upon fifty-one protests That evening they examined and dei Idi 1 thlrty-fo ir The derision? of th?? assessor? are not m,;? ? and probably will not he until all the claims are .\ amlned. ? I. Illy, who recently built a handsome place rail? ? The Knoll, in Bouth-et.. and waa taxed heavily by the n-s(?.,r^ has pi .?? 1 s lite? sign on hi? lawn, for ?ale," and will leave ???.-.n if he ran eell his piaci MR. ?G???1 IX' THE CARE OF FRIESOR. THE AQED ??.??????? WM? CARRIED Ht* WEALTH WITH HIM, KOtV IM'HR SAPE OVARDIAXBHIP Thorns? H-.17.7ey lh< aged man of Montgomery, Ala. who Waa found sittinc in an almos' helples. condition in front of the American Exchange Na? tional Bank on Tuesdsy, ind was taken to ih< Tombs for safekeeping, aa he had on his nerson money, check . bonds and certificate? for r ?took valued el many thousand dollars, was turned over to the care of frlenda by Magistrate Cornell in the Centre Street Court yesterday morning. Before he was I iken lo court aeveral old acquaint nn,-.?. from Montgomery called on him In the new prlsoi An;?,di- tic.-. wer? char!.- Bpear, who la connected with a Broad at, banking house, and J H. Cranahaw, ol Montgomery, Ala . who is in this I city on 1 islnesi .Mr Harriet Mitchell, of No. & Vlne-st., Brooklyn, a gra d-nlece of .Mr Hussey, also found him In ihe prli .:. in court then were several more e id f waltlnai to greet Mr Huizey, .une.:.? them being Colonel Rpras .? of the I'nlon Dime Savings Bank, and Heno l'a ? r, ex-Mayor of Montgomery, Mr 11 -.//???. told thi Magli I rate ? hat ).? ? anb 1 ti a ? to h la t.'..- in Brooklyn, and hi wai 1 ov< r t.. th? r? of Mi. Mil ?! ? II. She said that ?h - t m eri; Ived in 110 ? 1 ? Brooklj ? ai i that .Mr 11 uzze y could r.oi remember 1er new ad? dress Mr. li zxey, ahe added, made a visit to New-York ? ? . j .ir and t,. always t.i\.-.i with ??? : s on' days, She had been exp? ulna a visit from him fot som. timi a? Mr Huzzca was Liixiou? 1 r.r.lsl hi? husii In thii cltj ?, the 1 01 . and ? to. ? renili. ..t. - ?ha< yen fount! li hl booti w< ? ? turne?! io h??" li .-? s d id? ?. that ?? Bra ir iho ! ..??? on tks and assis, him In '??' J ? aterday thai the piaci where Mi 1 zzi Miiyed Moi ' ?? '"? Watta-at. A polle. , :M Cornell that ihe house \t run l0 " ? ? <? putatii n, ?.. ??? . 1 ' . :. . ? onvl ?. ' l? ?I.?? SI ?> THE IXhlPTUESr.? /?/> ? '? on m? : lati ? ? tant Dlsu'ct-Al " r- : ? ?? imeni? f, ?,.: ,? .., ,'v' ?f ist year m of grand l ?' ' ? In Part I, .;'. fu rn ? 1. TI - ?? r ? li ru ral S?-s. t-Ati p..-. yt-sterday ? s uffici the plaintiff rai t he defend , . ... ..li ,1 ? ,..,.;. t. un Kv t?: ',. . and ? wer. h . ; .., ? , ,.. . ,he , . In Ih? ? ..r.y part . . -, WOOL UNDER THE HAMMER MANY BUTatRfl ATTEND THE FIRST AUC? TION AT THE EXCHANGE. THE EARIA OPFKRINOI OO AT A FRACriON over Cl'RRENT PRICK." AT PRIVATE SAbE OFFPTAIJ! tTBLL PI/BASED WITH THE RESl'LT The flr?t large auction ?ale of wool ever held In the United States brought together a large number of New -York I tiyers, heil '.es many reiver? from most of the large C.rle* east of Ch'ago, at the Wool Exchange yesterday afternoon The fi?nr and gsl? 1. ? > ? of the Exchange were crowded, and seats were oriy obtainable by thoee for whom they had been reserved Upon previous application Great interest was taken in the sata, which matk* a new depart? ure In the wool trade. Sales hy auction have lone been customary In London, Liverpool and other British markets, bul I" America :he system of pri? vate trading has hitherto been followed, only a few unimportant auction .aies by ?enante Arms ever having been hell When thf auction was first pro? ie ted It was regarded as in the nature of an ex? periment, but so great was the Interest taken In the ?ale and so large the number of buyers present that A. Willis Lightn turn, secretary of :he Exchange, de? clared yesterday that auctions had already passed from the experimental Mage, and would he held reg? ularly in the futur??. Two o'clock was the time set for Ihe sale io start. At that hour every one of the f<a;s on the floor of the Exchange was occupied, and additional chair?, which were !,rough:, were entirely Insufficient for the number prr -em. Among those who attended wer? Mayor Strop?, Senator T. C. Plait, Edward E Poor, president of the National park Rank; Coniti.us Van Cott, Postmaster ?>f New-York City: Clement A (iriscom and George Coppali, chairman of the Ex? ecutive Committee Of the Denver and Rio lirande Railroad. Allan Maenaughtan. president of the Exchange. opened the sale with a brief address He said that woo; had hitherto not share] so largely In the de? velopment and progress that had attended other In? dustries in America, mil It was hoped that these auction! would mark the beginning of a new era With them the Wool Exchange ceased to be a pri? vate enterprise, and bearne a public Institution The sale was then begun, the auctioneer being John W. Wllmerdlng, of the Arm of Wllmerdlng, Morris A Mitchell. The best prices were realised at the beginning for Australian cross-bred wools. which so ? for from 2i cent? to Mi cents a pound The system generally followed during the sal" na? to put up a small number of bag? or bales from each c rnstgnment first, as a test of price, and If the bid? ding was weak to hold the remainder over for future s>aic. The flrsl lots were sold at a fraction over the current Rgures a: private sale. Durai?; the test of the saie the bidding; except in A few eases, was not so spirited, but the official? of the Exchange de? clared themselves well pleased Sith th?? result, and said thai if f"i r.o other reason than the large inim mber ol buyers who attended, the sa!, wai a most satisfactory one. Six lot* consigned by Swift & Co., of Chicago rere among those whi^h brought the best prices, a? follows: 11,000 ?,??:????- of s a pulled, .. enti a pound; 16,000 pounds of M s pulled, F.'; cents; M.O00 pounds C P. puf.ed, IT'; cents, 11,000 pound.? F. M scour.-J shearling, *J?V?j cents; ?,?? pound? ?? ? scoured pulled, 2^-j cents, and ??).'??" pounds line Med. scoured p.died. 37'2 cents, in twi loti of South American wool consigned by W. ? Grace ?.? Co. on,y one ;o: was sold The total number of pounds of wool offered dur? ing tli.? sali was 1400,000. Th??. Heaviest buyers were from this city and Philadelphia. Many of the largest manufacturers and wooll>n deabrs of these and other Cities w ? re present, and Mr. Wllmerdlng. fhft auctioneer, declared m a few opening remark? that he had never fa ed a more wealthy or Intelli? gent audience, Among those present were the fol? lowing R. S. I>ix. Boston. John I.unn, Philadel? phia; ? 11 Htgglns, New-York; .liiilus Cavard. New-York; C. A. Furbush. Philadelphia; A W. Foster. Trenton, N. .1 ; ,1 Koshland. Boston: Thomai Sampson, New-York; Tattersfleld & <'n. Philadelphia; Joseph ? Wheelock Boston; Aaroi \?? p. m ?; Quintares, George F Brown. Morrli Lohits ind l. Maynard, New-York: Joseph s Trum. Philadelphia; Robert L StudW. Arthur Du pee, <', C Cotton, J. M. Emmntt, Charles ,1 Webb, (.'herie* .1. Col?, Frederick Caee, Henry More, a Fa. on, Oelrlcii ? Co., Nichols Mauger and ? ? Wlleoi . New-York; William Brown and William Dawson, Philadelphia; Frederick Wilde?. Charle? Simon and W. H-nrv Yale, New-York; Hutchlna A Co., Boston, .lohn A. LeMla, Philadelphia; W, Stursberg W Mauer. I. II Dewei. .1 O. Webster II. Rawltxer, M Bermas and Ik-nrv Brunner. rlly; Charle* a. Boyee, Boston; A. <; Blgelow, Phila? delphia; ?. A ?'a? .t, I.. \V Tlffeny, C. C. Yalen tln? .u:d Joseph C. Tully, New-York. Secretary Llghtbourn said at the dose of the ?all that th-? low prl.es for some lots would encourage the tedders, and the high prices ?? other* would encourage the consignors ll. . gpect? even livelier Interest and bidding at the next sale on September ? ALMOST I DOUBLE TRAGEDY. A FATHER ??1??? TO SHOOT HIMSELF ON HEARING that HIS DAUGHTER, WHO HAD TAKEN POISON, COULD NOT LIVE. A doubl? traged) was narrowly averted at th?? home of Herman Haas, the proprietor of <u? New York, Brooklyn and East New-Tor? Express, No t30 nienmore-ave., In Fas* New-York, Brooklyn, - nlghl at I JO o'clock, when Louisa, his ?lateen year-old daughter, the pet of the household. piqued over ? scolding given her by her mother for wrongdoing, swallowed a quantity of carl Oil ? Mothei and daughter had a stormy time, Louisa Snail) burst Into tears and ran into the backyard The mother did not know that the girl intend..I t?? do herself harm S.ie paid llttli it ?ion to h? r daughter, who had ?wallowed the uni? son and w ?- suffering from It. The daug condition wa? discovered, and an ambulai; sent for Thi -uryeons noticed that taulsa'f fa ? was bunted, and at once surmised 'hat acid had ii.-en us.?.] Thej worked over thi ?jrlrl for thr.?.?.,; ? iti hour, but she died With - ? : usnesa While the a ail.ula nee surgeon? were working over ?, ti.?? fither entered the house end i-k-.i. ?What 1* the matter with Loutaa? Was sh? run ov> r?" "She hai taken poison." said the surgeons, "and sh?-? w ?? die " "If Louisa die? what is the us? of mv living?" exclaimed ? ? it desperately, and then he rushed r? Hi? act .;?.- excited th< lusplclom of hi? who l ? ise, ind two m< ! (Wl d him 10 thi M 'Ond ll .or They were r. ll? I id taken from it? hook? In hi? I?? a dou ? ? shotgun and wa? -o, i.. ? n 1 w hen .';. wa? o\#erpowei Th? natun of th? il : betweei the girl and mother could noi be learned la?l nigh? Fri? li ol . ml ? ? 11 Lou i'i ind uc t wl t h a man ha ? r.oi pi? ?*. ! ri? r par? nt? of . ite, ai ? with her on ?? ? She wa? ? dressmaker and .1 han.lsom? mg ? orna ' ? ? ' "r ' ?.???!.? ?? .han??' r ? he I..,?? : Haa? bi k? nwaj fn I nd In : ? freni rushed to a ,ir iw. r. v. h. re h? had a knife '?' - to cut 1 thro? but those in thi too : : k fot im Thej ?????.; ? ! upon dim ..nd h< Id . iking swaj tn? knife He gli d like .. : ? MAYOR i TROXG 1G I HERRI ? PICNIC. ? IEST1 ??? OF HI? .:>: BLEI .. ??: RE? EtVgft) WITH ??.'?.?: The ' >nd anmmer festival of 1 ilstri? ? ' -i n ? l ??"' No.. 1, Ir ?????? ?. li nt Order Kr? e Son? of 1 r... : asa ?? ? ? ? ?ter laj ? .-' Ixer'i Harlem Rlv? - Park, an ! ? md !?? "i'i?? were I . arlj ? " ? I to games and al ;?? rform ? nee ;.>?,? :...l I ? I .'. . ; At 3 ? lock Ms Btroni and J illu ? .ri. irg? r, United Stateti Irand M isti r arri? ? ? ind w? r.? es IHon Th Ma] ? p I I Iran ? M -- aere o npa ,..? the p. an w 8h< n% Guardia Dm n. FI ind I \, rmnn of ? Arrangement?, Introduced thi Mayoi at. ? ?? ? | ?\-?. r In hi? referenc? to th? Mayor hi "We have with us ??.-...'? ; Strong of On ? , r Ni w-Yoi ?- ' ? ... - ? .-? ? ? i? I a ith a s ilute ivi? di im ? tri ? e m . r, .,, G ? Wa? 1 .??.h.ir ?.-h . ' hai n ?? :? Un? and ?.? success li a eh : tei of th? Jewish ?- onte In ?rhat . . ? ? ?..- look, ti ej w< re. of cou ? ful In ih? Ii ari kt . larltj Mr Harb n g? ? .-poke brleflj ai the ronclualon of Mayor Strong's expreBsed a hope ? ha ? the p. opt? would ? \\ .? ; ?... d.iMu with further service Tnla .- em< : , ? : ???? ? ? lion ? .: |ou<j|? ;. ? sevei ?. momenti ? ??" ??? ? ? ?. ? Rhode ? ?? V..rk ? ? ollowlng mi :i.?'? r* ??: ih< I , u,,.,. u??!.? ? ?. s. nt I? ih Engel Jntiat ? , ?. '? ,"; '.'?? ?;?"?,!"1:'?? . ?a mue I ?? ???? ' man, I.?.. ? al Lodgi Mu i ? ? ilrm?n ?.? the PommlHei on Law? Isaa Miner Mount Vernon Lodge N.. :i. rhslrman ot Finance M Fisa* Naphpttte Lodga No 1. chnuman or toe Comuiuit? on the titate of the Dlatrict. "mt? JSr- JUNTAS pINE plJRNITURE WELCOME TO ALL. To the artist looking for tilings beautiful. To tlie Ant|i|ii.iririn, liunflnp for ini'tnorinls of hytrnni' fasliions. To furnishers In sonrch of the most effectif? itjrfct eomblDattoo? und fur Dlsblng nrrant'i'inents. To dwellers in man? sion or villa Of farmhouse? -t<> all who delight to waBder thr.iticli realms of furniiiir?? art, with the certainty of Hading what tliey se?'k. At greatly reduced price? to mgke room for new pooils now crowding in from our factory. "BUY OFTHe MAKER" Geo? C.Flint Ca 43.45 and 47weST23?ST. NEAR BROADWAY. factory: 154 and 156 west I9?STR?t. HOME NEW8. PROMINENT ARRIVALA AT THE HOTELS. CAMBRIDOB-Paul May. secretary of the* Rei gtan Legation in .tapan. OIL8ET?Oeneral Austin Lsthrop, Superintendent of state? rrisons. GRAND 1\ B. I.oomls, of Cincinnati, United States Min? ister to Venesuela PIPTH AVENUE? Bx-Benator Prank Hlscock, of Byracuae; ex-Judge Bterenson r.iirk.?, of Cleveland; ex-Governor \v. A, Mm Corkle of West Virginia ami David B. Martin, of Philadelphia. HOPPMAN?Mayor ?. M. Earl of Providence, R. ? . ami John B. Btanchfleld, of ki t.iliii. HOLLAND- Bx-Oorernor Mclntosh of Idaho MANHATTAN?Judge J H. Reed, of Mtishurg. MURRAY HILL?Henry \v. Bag, of Buffalo. WALDORF?Colonel Samuel B. Dick, of Meadsllla, Penn., and J. ??. Hatos, of Chicago, president of the filinola Bteel Company WIND BOB -Professor Dudley B. Marshal;, of Tufts Col? lege, Massachusetts, WHAT IR OOINO ON TO-DAY. Oork Commissioners' meeting. Hohoken Turtle Club, breakfast and dinner, Klngshride* Hotel I a m. anel 4 p. m. Brighton Beach rares, IJfj p. m Bapld Transit Commissioners' hearing. No. iv? Broadway, 11 a. m. Meeting of Sour tra.le, New-York Produce Kx ohange 1:11 p. m. Bchnorer Club .-lambake, 1'lmer Park. Credit Men'.? Association. Arkwrlght Club, S ? m Muslo In K?st River and Madison Square parks, * ? m. -? NEW-TORE ??? The win of Frederick Woehr was admitted to probate yesterday by Deputy Probate Clerk Ben? jamin A. Jackson, in the Surrogate'? Court. The ? le eden! left personal property rallied In the papera al 6S.0M, end rea estate aald to be worth ???,???. To his widow, Mrs Katlirlne Woehr. he leaves his house and h lUsehoId goods for her life, and directs the- rest of his property to be divided equally be? tween his four children, Frederick C, Henry, Emi and George Woehr, Mearte? R Hlurronth.il applied to Justice Stover in the Suprema Court yesterday for an allowance of alimony and for < ounsel fee for Mrs. Carrie fjranltger, pending the trial of an a.-tlon she has brought against her husband, Abraham Oranltser, ? designer of clothing, for a separation) on the ground that he Is an habitual drunkard, and his treated her with cruelty and Inhumanity. Justice Stover reserved decision. George QallOWay, the hrldKomjn at the Barge Office, and ".laek" Halpln. the hridgeman al Ellis island, received yesterday from a R Prey, cus? todian of the island, permission and a contract to run a rowboat ferry between the two points. The men will get $2 ? day each and what they can pl.'k up in the way of tips from passengers, and in re? turn they will keep the Island supplied with drink? ing water. A email dog had a fit on the ferryboat Atlantic on her p.ss o'clock trip from Brooklyn to this city yesterday morning. The animal ro'.Wl about the floor until a truck driver put it In a hag and lowered It with ? rope Into the water. The dog was ,mred of his lit aft-t a few plunges, and was then ro tored to a young colored woman, who declared she was his owner Among the passengers who are booked to sail for Europe lo-dsy on the PUrel Bismarck, of the Ham? burg-American Line, are i^.ia.? N. Bellgman, of this ,'lty. Henry Urban, of Brussels, and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Bcherllng, of Rolivar, Colombia. Seven passengers who arrived from Havana yesterds) morning on th*? steamship Beneca were sent to Hoffman Island for Observation. The National Park Rink yesterday deposited with the Bub-Treasury H.000,000 In g.'ld. taking in exchange gr-.-nlin.-ks. The Fourth National Rank deposited with the Clearing House 1300,000 In gold, taking certificates In exchange. The directors of 'he Irving National Rank yester? day elected Chsrlea ? Mattlage vice-president, In place of the late Charles S Brown. Daniel ? Morse ?.?? elected ?< .lire, tor to nil ,i vacancy in the p? ird .lohn Alvln Young has been elected secretary of the Atlantic Trust ?'ompany. Hr. I. F Warner, who was appointed special medical examiner for the Municipal Civil Service Board, waa sworn in yesterday before the Mayor. Alexander Hamilton Posi no. ins, ?; ? R. will have Ita post encampment this evening In the H.mk Building, at Lexington-ave. and One-nun dred-and-twenty-flfth-st., and will complete sr rangementa for attending the National Encamp? ment at Buffalo next week John Dwlght, Charlea \v Dayton, Bdwsrd P. Steers, Siisi C. Croft and Oeneral Alexander Hamilton have procured ? hand? some memnn ?? record for the use of the post, and ii will be presented on the evening .,f s, ptember iti. I _ - *. - l lui on DEALER6 ELECT OFFICERS. AN BPPORT To he MADE BT THF: WHOLESALERS' asso''IATI.?? TO si:<t ?? '? OPERA TION OP DIPTlLLER? The reduction o? the liquor tax and the shorten? ing ot th? ; ? od for ? nded go.-is, which la rum .-?icht years, were the principal topica discussed al y, ,...,.. icsslnn of the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Association of America, being hold ,u Manhattan Beach. The trend of opinion was th.it the wholei ili men should hav.? the .-.-?-opera? ti..:! of the- distillers of the country b.-f,,re ,-mv ition to remedy the evlla .,f which they corn? il d r* "i t .ine.l. ?, h Nolan, of the National Retailers' Union, who 1 is organised branches In twenty-eight States , sn appi al to the dlatil era, asking foe their aid A committee of five waa appointed to p - pori to the association on the plan e,f action ?n ting Ita cas? ? fon > ' ? igr? ? a. Th? commit ?.. consisted of Jacob Bargen, Kansaa City: J H. ?i ?es, Cleveland; A M. Hellman. St. Louie; Emil Heller, New-Tork, and A ? Farmer, New-Tork Al the voting for officers, the followlna were elected by acclamation: E. L Bnyder, New-Tork, president; Leopold Einstein, Cleveland, ???? vice president; W, B. Broderlck, Baltimore, second vice president; G Relsmeyer Si L ? treasurer; ? E ?? ?.??..??.?. Cincinnati; ?. ? Lllllenthal, San Pran ?co; J M Al hi rton, Lo lisville; A J Parmer, New-York; M W Murphy, Chicago; Edward Mc? Carthy, New-Ila* ?. ind ? !? Bruce, Baltlmon Board ol Control for three years, .?? ?! August tir?t, . Si Louie; .1 M Aiherton. Louisville; A. M. Heli : man S- Lo .;-. J. H Holm? ?. Clevel ind, and ? ?: M. N amura, l'inclnnatl. Executive Board David 1 (Manlier waa appointed secretary. Th? next annual convention will be hell In De tr dt, ??? ? ? Bday In August. ISM. ? ;-7 1// \ 1HLASU I! IPPf. S'lXGS. Th. p fa ht Clul of Btapli ton, will ho .1 a ; yacht race on Sunday afternoon for ? silver cup. ? will ???? followed bj b al races for single sculls, tw,, und four-oared en a ? ? . G Moi ? le?n, ? ounty Engini er, ha ? . .? ? Bprlnga, Me . for a va? tit lor ? -., :.- istei ol Totti nvl le ha .?? decided to nel! water I ond m ina lo ? he com? ing the mistake In Issuing th. m p., engngemeni of .\li-s Mabel llaldwln, (laugh tei ol Mr and Mi-. Herald Baldwin, ol Clifton, to il ? Kokenta Is annoui ced. Archdeacon tleorge I1 Johnson win -ail f..r l-'.u : ipe '.n August 9 returning In th. :.ittor part of September, ?:ti his sen The election of ufficer? of ihe newly organised Btapieton Vachi Club wi t.,k.? place this evening. Deptit? Bh riff James 1.gherty, In attempting ?., eject Jamea Metghan, a res'denl of Clifton, from Mnrita Par? .,: Bomh |:. ich, ? irl) yesterday morning ?ras rutdtt stuhtted In ihi face and limbs with a la kktiif?- Melghan ? u Intoxicated. An entertainment for th. benefit of the bale) Kleids Home .?:,.I Hospital f,.r Crippled Children will be held at ihe Pavilion Hotel, New-Brighton, on Mondai night, t?..? programmi will consist of piano and violin selections, a farce, entitled "A Happy Pair." cooler song?, reeitstious si.d tab? lea us. The tide is turning toward outing suits, away from knickerbockers. Are you swimming with the tide? A swim never cost so little. White striped serge, white Bed? ford cord; coats $3, trousers $2, vests $1?were double and more. At Warren St. only. Rogers, Peet & Co. Prine* ?G.? Broedaraf. Warr?n and llroniway. Thirty-second ?nd Broadway. WE8TCHE8TER IX KJNTY. TONKER8. A number of children Interested in the ("hildren's Ward .f St. Joseph's Hospital ?arili hav?? a sale this afternoon, to-morrow and Saturday at No. 2t> Proapect-st, A sail down the Hudson and through New-York Bay has been arranged for to-night by the Young People'? Association f the Westminster Presby? terian Church. Ar1 arrangement ha? been male with the electric railroad to run a car on the ar? rival of the boat on the return tri;? Commissioner of Publie Works Samuel I., i'ooper has granted ? permit to th?? Yonkers unir ad Company to tear up New Maln-at. and South Broad? way for the purpose of laying rails. The permit ?peclfles thai not more t.-ian five hundred feel be torn up at one place. When this track la laid the road will hive a direct line from the st.vloll at the .nd of Maln-at. to the New-York City line. Th?? fun ral of Benjamin Sullard was field yee terday afternoon al MO o'.-loek in the Central Methodist Episcopal Church. The Rev. T. H. Bar agwanath. th?? pastor, being out of town, the Bev. Charlea ? Allison, of the Dayaprlng Prea ? Church, officiated. The pallbearer? were John B. Forsyth Captain Perrien, ?. p. ???.?.??:?. William Taylor W A. Frost and Matthew Johnson. The 1.urial was In Oakland Cemetery. Second ?,?.-uten.int Norman Veitch, of John ?. Shottp ?'amp No. :. Sons of Veterana, of this city, received word yesterday that he hoi I.: .(.point? ed .111 aid on the staff of R P. Bonteeou, of Troy, and will take part in the para Ie of the Sons of Vet? eran? on the occasion of the reunion of the Army ,,< the Potomac In tii.it city his week. Past ?.rand Sir. Junes P. Sanders, of t ni? city, Is attend rig the .State Grand I.odsre of Odd Fel? lows at Syracuse. PORT CHESTER ANO RYF. Nearly seven h indrel children attended the annual picnic yesterdaj given f..r them by the .-itizens of port Chester. The affair was held m Purdy*? ?irove Tliev w.re amused a? tn.? ?grove with a concert. ?am??.?? and ? dmner. ?erved by th.? young women of the village. The affa',?? was in charge of ?? eommlt tee eonsisting of the Bev. w K. Wakefleld. Theo rlore C. Parker, thief of police: P. ? George, com? mander of charle- Lawrence Pos:; Jame- ?. ?er? riti and 0there. -e HASTING?. Walter Edward Keyes, the *on of Walter and Annie Keye*. died at his parents' home in this vil? lage on Mondav. He waa born In Pennsylvania twenty-one yean ???> HI? f mera! wae held at hie home yesterday afternoon, and biriil was ,n Wood lawn Cemetery. ? MOUNT VERNON. At a regular mee'lns of the ?'omrnon <"o linctl held on Tuesday nicht It wa? voted to issu? |?Jft,flM more of tax-relief bonds, in addition to the RO.OM sold las? w-ek. A draft for (24.000 a la ordered drawn from th?? sinking f'in?l to pay off th.- ??<? ? bester honda which are maturing, rims were ordered prepared for the improvinc of South Seventh-ave., and the plans prepared for the improvements on Sidney and Claremont aves, wer??? accepted, rhe Hoard received from Kdwin J. Luca? a communica? tion explaining the deiay in the completion Of the t ew .itv hall and assuring the member? that the building would be ready for use by September :.'?. The Mayor appointed .1 committee of five Aldermen to purchase the necessary furnishings. ? NORTH TARRTTOWN. The Rusy Worker?' Circle of Kins'? Diuchter? of the First Methodist Protestant Church, of whteh the Rev R ? Tyson is pastor, will hold a ?oeiahle in the church parlors t-.-morrow evening. ?ine hundred and slaty boyi from the convent at Peeksklll ?rill be ?':?.? guest? of Poeantleo ll? ok and Ladder Company at the firemen'? parade, ? ? ELM8FORD. Stephen Buckhout, a lifelong resident of this place, died late on Tuesday night. He was the son of Jacob Buckhout, and was born In Oreenburg Township seventy-eight years ago HI? funeri! will b?? held it hU late hum?? to-morrow afternoon. .'?..' R, ?. a A T. <:...ike|. pastor of the flreenburg Reformed Church, officiating. Rurial will be in SI? ep> Hollow Cemetery. ? ? - - TARRYTOWN. William R Nossltter. Patrick J. Connell and William A. H. Ely has.? gone to Schenectady, where they will attend the annual convi Btlon of the New York Sen?? Volunteer Firemen's Association, \n intorni.il dance wa? given by Mrs. H.izeltine and Mr? Gants, at th?? Franklin House, in Broad? way on Moiid.iv evening. About thlrty-Sve ??>><?* w.-re present, among them being Miss Aeses. th? M?-~. - Henry, the Miss? ''. <u\7., the Misse? 11.ize - tine Miss Andrews, Mis? Boyce, M;ss Bow?, Charles W. Palmer, C. Wary Wallace, Harry White and Herbert Smith. ? PEEK8KILL. The itak.r Cnderwenr Company shut down on Monday for ? two weeks' rest, to take account <f sto.'k. make repairs, etc. 'Ihre,? hundred people are thrown out of work, but only for ? ?h?rt time, .s business I? good, ?ind on September l the con? cern will probably start up full-handed A committee of the Van Cortlandt Wheelmen I? busy soliciting subscription? for the coming lantern paradi ? WHITE PLAINS The annual ?lection of stockholder? of the New fork, Blmsford and White Plain? El? trie Ball way was held at the offl ? - if the company, In (his vili ige yesterday, ai;?! rei ilted In the selection ol the following director? Samuel R. Bullock, of 1 ladelphla; Herbert F. Jennings, William I). ? ?? ...-lesion and Charle? P.. French, of Mount Vernon; \'ijgtl A. Krepps, of White Plains; Dwlgnt S M ison. ??afies V. l?. ?? 'k. Pe .1 Armatagi and W. .1 McCormlck, of New-York City. The com? pletion of the line to the Hudson Hiver Railroad station, at 1 irrytown, is to be taken hold of at one? so .1- to have rara running by September 23 After this is accomplished th? work on the exten Klon of thi line to Maman ? ?? ? push? d to 1 n peed y completion ? ... HI ??? will probably ;,.. elected >?? nay ni a m? 1 I Board to ... :,. Id in New-York Cltj Thi m 11 ?-?? : ..t the ounty fair h< d a mi ? ting at the courthoui -? it? ? 1 | to ?? ake further arrangements for the fair, which will be held on September 27 to October 2. Joseph B. See Mose? W. Taylor and David A. Weed were api, inn ti ? 1 mmlt ee to : the rear r mg? m? nt of the ?eat? in I g\ I. which ,,,?. t.. ?,.? greatly iner? ed In p imb? r, The man? ag, re also decided number oi premium? In thi irai d?-p irtment. and it wa? announced thai the Hort ? ? :!? irai Soclei ?: \\.-1 iie-t.-r County would maki a tin? exh ?t. \V V Lawrence, Fannie M. Mueller nd H.trrlet r Rockwell, of the town ol Kast ? h *ter, have (lied, through their attorneys, in the ?'ounty Cletk'a office, noti ea of appeal from the ai ments of the commlssloi ers, for the drainage of ?ertaln I inda In thai to? 11. NEW-ROCHELLE. 11 nrj Nai Ie, of Tonkera, rode t. New-Rocbelli \,~., rdaj and left fill blcj le a hotel In Maln-at When h< returned the blcj l< \? 11 gone m.1 - ime ? hlldren ?aid they Idler take It Th.? police found It it Fort ???? urn In ? -1 n of H.nry Allen, a privi:.? it. ?he L'd ?? \\ : Tuli? McCrea surrendered Allen, who pi 1 guilty ma wa? ?entenced t?? ?i\ month? In the penitentiary, after the expiration of which he will . ?. be court-martialled by the officers al the fort ? McKinley Power, a lawyer his issued a pilli? li.? letter In which he criticises ?everely the dis? mantled fort which 1- being built around the sol monument at Huguenot and Main st.v ? Ar notino nSMta E te W. Poeantleo. Nakodas. B. dt W. Both new #G?*<?|? In hliCi banded eel!?/?. Henry A Patite!?, M. D.. 7? te/est SUI!, st Impairment? "f the N'rrvuu? H>item. ?nd ?11 ImportSM c?w? H urn 8 t.. I. .'. Il H M [RINE INTELLIGENCE. ????'??.: ALMANAC. Sunrise G. M Sau ?? ?', U M ?.n r:?*.. ? m II .'.!? |fe<M'? age M iip'H u \Ti:it TO DAT A.M iaad) Il ?. k Ott (?land ? Hell ???t* IM P.at? bai.dy 11-^.k 12.l? U.o I.U11J 12 ?3 Hell U?'? i!.3?J Special to-day at O'Neill's! O'Neills FINAL CLEARING SALE OF PRICES LESS THAN HALF! 250 Wash Suits, Linen and Pique, all the newest shapes. EsTFormeriy 6.50 to 10.00, 2.29 and 3.95 Each. Also, 100 Organdie Suits, Finest quality and best styles, at HALF PRICE. 6th Ave., 20th to 21st St. INCOMING 8TBAMER8. To DAT. Verni. Prora. Brooklyn City.Swansea, .v?* 4 . : ? : ? ?. h il ?, rv?-'.Uverpool. Aus IO.. .. ?SlSB ! ..?? Holstein.1 -? !. ;. '?' s ' . N"1 a u 1 1:1: a ?'. \ m KT 2" P.P?"' ?.BoaihampioB Aus 11 ?m.-??.? fannie.. . ?egj iti . ?? ?? , . |i Alamo. ; , . lug 14.. BATl'RDAT. At ?. .: \ ..- : _ '..f'oion Aus M '?i ?'.:::::::::::-, . ? ? '.? , - . Au? ? . .^,4 . un.ird fuit?- li it 14. OUTOOINO RTE t HERS. To DAT. Vessel. Por Lia*. Usila d aa Ta if il Meer, Bremen, s -, Lloyd.. .10:00 s ta Excelsior. New-Orlesns, M rasi. Fuerst Bismarck, Hamburg, Ham Am. " "? ? r?. FRIDAY, ?? ?? ST 90. ????:??, Coloa. Panama..I" on a m Pernaml 1? . iMm ?- h ? ! ? Sani 1 Domini ?. Hat ?... .11:00 a m Semin?le, Charleeton "Ivi-.. Rio brande, Bruruiwtck, Mall ry . - BATURDAT, A? ?? >t 2! Altai. Portoas Island, - ... I Campania, Queenstown, r-n.^r! ....?? Hai ,1 .. Ward..in io a m 1 in ? m ,. .; ist a Anch r .. ......11.... a m H 1st? 1 li lytl Kunhardt .v . ' ? ... 11:00a m 1.1 Bretagne, Havre, French. ?????p. Veen.iam. Rotterdam H ; Amer .... - ?? . : sael salta 13 00 :? -I ?? ?? * m 12 '-?-in 1 r m ? p. a 1: '?' ?. ?aai 1 ??' r ne . ? '- ? :? 1" '?'a IS :?? ?? a m >HIPPI\'i A /.us. PORT OP NEW TORK -WEDNE8DAT, AUOCIt 11 ARRIVED. S'?atr?r Antn?rp City ,|tr>. Na?-h. Manchester .'? '\ ua Deli?arc Breakwater Aucusi 17. ? ballasi te Far? n?ss. Wlthy & Co. Arrived a? ihs Bar at 5 a m Stf.arr.'-r Lahn, fr m Bri ? < u io 4:. ? m. Steamer Frt'drl^h d?r Oro??? Hier), ? v F.-?-'? l tigli it 7 n.-.?! Bouthai pton 9 with ?-,?- in4ls* v.4 248 iWn and 21." steerage paaaencers t ? ?"'? ricks ? ? Arrived ..' the Bar at ? ? m. Steamer Fulda lOen, Wilhelm! Genoa Auguri s. Naples ? an,1 Gibraltar ?, with mer ? iota and 246 ?toerag? piss"neer? lo ?"MM.-h? A ? .' ?d at the Bar at 18:05 ? ni. Bteamer Philadelphia, Chambers. Porta ?'?1-':'-. ?ugest '.? Cars 19 it 11 ' ?.? Ouayra 12, with mis? a-.! 2? passen&.>r? to BoUltOB, Bliss and Dall'-f. Ar.-n*d a? the M . r a r I i'S ? ni. Steamer lerona .un. Ma.?<'.na. Campeche Ausasi t ani Prngrase 12, with h>mp |- W 1? Mungon A-.'.-.?d at th? Bar at ?:1? ? m. steamer Buntes. Stevens, v*-a Ont ai*- R T-nr?a g i'amp','ii> 1". Progrsao II, im Ht 1 11 ?ith 111.1*? and 22 . ai'in paesani ? james E Ward A \r-,\~ti a' th?? Bir at 1 a p. .-?? in* i" Jason iBri, Freeer, Kingston Aug 7. OM Has? bor ?, Black River and ?-??.-???-... u ??; ?. m :-^c- ?*t 1" s? Anns Bay II, Pori Ma 1 ?? * Annette tai 'i arlth min? and I fabln passeucer to Bowrtng A Archi?? t-?-?M Arrived at the Bar hi 1 M ? m Si imer Premier i|<r.. Crewea Benches Vj da-?. sgSj hrull t?. Edgar C Oedneg, Arrived at t!? Bar a? ? ? m. Steamers Nsaratth iBr), Orabs Santo? lui) :. v;.>. tona 2v and St Lucia August 1". ?ifh nid>? to ?? ., .4 le ns An ? t >' the Bar al 11 ''.0 a m. S tes mer San'tano d?-. Cuba iSpani, 0 - ? ? Aa? gust 11, srlth ml?*, t.- .1 M Cel ? aa ? C Arrived at th? Bar .it >'? 1" .. I Steamer .??,??.??> (Nor), 1 lahurg, Havana A'icust 11 la ist, to Kiin.-h. Ed)? A Co. Arrived .it t!-? 1 <r at ? |3 I m. Steamer Semin?le, Bears?, Jacksonville A:c |fl a.nd ? irlesl ? 1". with mdsi ani ?.>????;?? t ? \'. ? Clyds g re H. k, N. J.. Aug. 1?. 0:.10 p. m-^i-.l ?i?t; ! ligiit brees . clear CLEARED. Bteamer Csrtbbea fBrt S *? SI Kltia ? Thomsa, Par | badns, .t A E Outerbridge ? Co gteam?r riti f Kingston iBr), Hader, Perl ??? - ?>? An ? r in Prutt ???-;.-? -? ?!.?.? Bismarck (Oer), A!n?r?. Hamburg \:* ..... ._ ],,.. irg-Ai Steamer Yumurl, Boyce, H.i\ana ani Temi J ? I W , r 1 ? ? . ? . Pti it?-.? r H H Meier tOer), Bteencken, Bremen -C ia ? ? Steamer B I iwald (Rrt. Peary, R^tt^rlaT, S'Tps^a ? I uns Steamer Vei ?:.? ?'-r'. Masson Boatoa W D Mu Steamer Mei . tBri, Dickens, Amsi 1 11 "?. '-1>?? A >???.. . . Steamer wt'.ik? mm?n ?.;?'??. Bchaffer, Plu? Ins ??? Heye Steamer Brilliant '?'.?'r? Keller Flushing Oust ??)?* st.iri Peninsular iPort), Bettencourt, ?.??----. \\? \ . ? 0 Amslnck A ? .?,?. ,??.?? ?? mal, Kvan? Oalveston <' ? ^,G.:-'". .c Ce Steamer Matteawan, l??a -. '?? ???'-. T 1-, ni .< s -a <?..,.,, an ill it Bel 1, v . ? ? ,- ? 12, Bgan < level ???? ? leve] .-:.-?? ? ? ? ?? Co. Kxceli ? ' ? ? ? ? Sl?k?a Steamer Jameetown Boaa, N rt ? 1 1 x?? sport ??*?? Old Domini ? Si ? Ship Buccleu h (Br), t.?ir ri. Rltsabethport p ? I ata? In? A ??" Ship Uiaoa, Park, Shanghai De Omet * G???? Bark t'Bsnlma (Rn, ? rtf, M - Ids Hayaea A W ! ? . Park Bussard (Qert, ITteeht, Rt-> Orande do Bu! 1 ?'"-.as A Co BAILKD. Bteaaaera Uidgats Hill (Rrt for r.:a?c ? ? isstaa Prince iBrt, Savona; l'an- s uthampi ?. B ?ta .Br?, .'.irk, Teuti Bla (Br?, Uvi ?"'? i?-; .?.arlhhf??. < I-irt St ? Its - ? ? Ha\ ana end Tampl ? ' y* N. w . ir;.>.it >; J imesl ?vn Sort *? *' Heirs; Cornal, ??ahest^p.. Matteastsi Oa Osea Cl t y, Savs HOTICE Ti~> MARIMI KARRAOANBETT t?\ Plum Bearti Snoal Oaa Buoj Hot a '? riven that ca nr ah,-,:? A ?? 1st -" l*M this bta.'l - * fixed ? bite light. on the 1 ? \\ r-f.'m l'..*r.. I Narrai ly. wlB \ ? .-- 1 S . I. - M, par M ..:. : ? . 59 , 2" ? Island Oa? 1 ? l'i i.-? ) ' - west Buoy. No 4. ? - < ???> ?!?? aestwird'from N'ori Pati? 1 a? v, *t..<- v pan N'arraaai N'ori l't E4N; Warwick ? ?in. WK.S Warwick I.iarhl H. ? ? bj w .w iringi >'? almstely. This Boti.?? ifl '? .',..-]? ?. . ? and Fog Signals / nd lisa .? .s?? lv?"' " page 41 Iter Nm 177 ir. J IS5, ..,,?' I :. . -?? tape peses 21 and 23. raspi Uvely. ?',,?,?. i.'t. Uli* I.' HT IL HO. 47 s,- e li given I . - '?" laTfi . r . 1 . t. I nf east ?r.J of' pollock Kli ? ' aste ? ^*? ? ed about . ? . - ? -1 -ni al -it .( ' [rem M Ug ? . use. The esset | easel la now at alni ?a ? ? 1 , her ; ' ahile the ? ' !.. . . . .? -e t to give ii.tf lighthouse ? ... setts arsgi ' * 'r'- , .... Bearing? are magneti? ?ni *'.v.-n spproatmstely; mass ? Xhi? ?. ? - Ihe "Lisi t Ughts and ? ?< Sti ?1* \- , - I* ,?"? Ihe "I lai f it- icons and Buoys, ? I Ugbtb .--? Dea? trlct, ???? ? ; iges ?"''? '7 By m 1er if the Ughtl asa ? a 1 ?,??.?t. Captala, i' s \ . a ?a. Tin: MOVEMKHT? OP stkami:bs. FOREIO? PORT* Shields, Aug 17 Sailed staaasere Dora Pester (??? \-, iiiey, Delatsare >? Wts, Cketstlss iDaes? ?.,??.. Kes I rk .. ,_ liueiva. An? \i Bsllsd. stesaser su?i mn irgsin bolham. N?? V.,rk to Palermo Aug tn-Satt-i. steamer Oiusasiie reraesa ili.ili. Msrtorana, fr-m Ucata f?r N-? r?rfc G???..? Point, Aug I* Passed steamers Poraet B]Sssa IBr? rnpaey, New-Tork for Astwerp; Megantio iB^? Fi it, Hew ? ck ???G ?#??????. m s. ulhamplon, Aug is 7 a m Arrt\ed, it?anier s? U>uli R?ndle ???? V.ik _M 1 nel Aus 1". ? ? SI Pasead, ?ieam?r Cata ",p? ?. New York for Uvei I; .?,. ?,?.,,, \: ,: Is ? ? p? VtrU.?!. st.-tiner Mia????? ? ? r ? ?? I, ? a m. atea assi ?* '" tri - im .l'in : ?. H.-nJ.-r ?? ? Y ** ^ Am ??, 5 ? r - isatf gtssss m p, rtirlatofler?. ti""> Bremen t? r Hew York Qvieenstows. Aug 1" 7 tkl 1 "i Vn;\.?! iteamer M"S" manic (Bri, McKmatry. Hes N.ik par Uveeseel laaa ??? bond ?. Aug Is?Arrived, it.-amer Manitoba (Br.. t'.nf tit'. Hew Y'ork. ,IW? Liverpool Aug IS Salted, steamer? Malest!? U?a> Smith, Nrw-York; Roman ^Ur). Il .berta. Uoston.