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■ To the Intensity of th« enthusiast and of the
believtx la the righteousness of the cause she adj'o
c»t« r ; Miss Maude Gonne unites
JHSS GONNE beauty and an attractive personal-
TALKS OF Uy, e.::d when se«i at th* Fifth
HEB MISSION. Avenue Hotel last 'evening she said
of her present visit to America: "I
ctice to America to lecture in behalf of the Boers
end to stir up If possible a pro-Boer sentiment
t saiwr the Americans. At least. «uch was my idem
rh«n I left. the other side, for the English papers
had led me ta believe that America was wholly
with the English in the present conflict, but from
■rkat I have seen and heard since my arrival, I
have come to the conclusion that America us in
rt-ir.Mihy wUh the Boers. The Enniiah press, has
«" creat habit of suppressing news that they re
tard «* unfavorable to England, and this false re-
K-t of the public sentiment of America is only
i-ot^r Instance of it. The sympathy of Ireland is
r-*J-o"Ty with the Boers In their present struggle
Mr l-berty and It warms our hearts to know that
;JL UtUe people ts so bravely and gallantly strug
jE. for its right*. I also regard it as lre}-nd's
jrrr— c secure freedom Bar herself, or at least
?aiak*' a lonr step in that direction. Thaj we
secure actual freedom at this time I do not
fSr assured, for the closing by the English of all
"""■iisir to preferment In Ireland, save at the price
1» «"e~Une» to their faith and principles, has
• *ed the men to emigrate by wholesale, and this
1.-.*, cf affair* the crowds in the streets now re
£* for- in them the men are Invariably either
Sim- twenty or over fifty, the rest having sought
SZuße t other lands. The Irish brigade in the
tf-*'"kri=r. I am credibly Informed, now numbers
iSree thousand men. and I should not -be sur-
T*r!««! if It- had many, men in its ranks who are
jr"^X,edlr prisoners et Pretoria. When men or-
Aci-id ro the front throw their anas Into the river,
J J»Tto be carried on board ships handcuffed, and
«««l!v <ii*piay and publicly cheer th* flag of the
2£Strr they are »;oins; to flght. It would not seem
Iriraordin&rv .'. those same men. captured, threw
£r ♦tje'r lot with their captors. One soldier
i f rcaoEStrated with for gt>ins out to fight the
Rrir-j e'jrruScantly replied: 'Whist, miss! It's the
Eee£*^ teat's -ing our fare out there.' "
TVith the Civil War came the disappearance of
tfce XTsite* States as a sea Power, both In merchant
marine and Navy." said A. D. Git
jjirfPßOOF tings, of San Francisco, at the
I.AY IN THE Hotel Majestic the other day. "and,
MACHINES. although with our great coast
lines a large part of our population
fWlowed " the sea * or a livelihood, and we had re
pts.ted!v pr^-ed that no better sailors than Amer
ican existed in the world, both in their abilities to
«ctat ' mac and the elements, the prestige of. our
\J«Vv tit.' allowed to lapse until our goods were
a'sost wholly carried in foreign bottoms, our flag
bt'ss sfldom «-e-. in foreign ports, and what we had
o* "aval vessels were a laughing stock to the
ilor'i'd at large, and when they started on a cruise
muarct of anxiety to every one interested lest
■mr- «!H>uia never turn up at their point of destina
tion. Hanr statesmen discerned, deplored and
aaaW to overcome the inertia of the people in
oX far as a Xavy was concerned, but the people
trere irctrcpied with other things, railroads were
kgBSS/tf " eve aß< * rte * 1 te'^itory was being settled.
anJ sr' H**? turned naturally to things -nearest at
hand and thought or.ly little of the importance of
■hose ivinjT beyend their limited horizon. But after
lorz figaUng th# White Squadron was finally
ordered and built, and when completed the Ameri
csn Nation positively swelled with pride at that
T j P y s^ei. An cfilcer once told me that when they
sritrw! en their cruise at Gibraltar there were two
■ Fncllsh ships In the harbor, the tonnage of each
on* cf which exceeded the united tonnage of the
TThit* Squadron. The -wedge had entered, how-
acd the blows of the succeeding years have
d-:Ten It ■ per arid deeper in until to-day our
\ a w is of such proportions as to be able to put
up an argument with that of any other nation ex
cepting only that of England, and our officers and
raen behind the guns have proved to the world
taat their courage has knows no abatement and
their hands have lost none of their skill and cun
ning baaattat of the years of innocuous desuetude
zzzvzgh wtitc* they passed.- Congress has built a
Nary to flgM with; woull that it could see the
value of pnbeiiies, and by this means build up a
Navy, to trade with as well.
"Bat th* extraordinary part of It, to -my
■fad." eootinued Mr. Glttings. "is that this Navy
has been built within our borders.
JIXXj '. Wt nave produced the material
*ITEKTCAK from our own mines and forests,
ILA.DE. _ ... our men have . drawn the designs
- - and ■ our shipyards turned out the
E=Zshed products, ar.rt' all of it so well done that
Is spit* of generations of actual experience in
P-r'""' an , American built battleship * to-day
bolda mil records . and ranks as first in the world.
Of eosree I jus speaking of the. matchless Ore-
IT0&, •££ her unecualled race and subsequent
wpnderfnl performance, at Santiago. What we have
i-yu* with battleships is an epitome of what we
cat and will do and heve done In other thing's, and
to-4a,)r our contractors are competing In engineer
ing 1 enterprises the world over, anil Americans are
er.gajrea ..ta ; constructing 1 works everywhere. A
BBtißsi of salae bapeaad to be in Manchester, and.
Ti*ir«J-the ■work* of John Muir &-6on, a member
cC wfaieb firm, he knew very welL In a- spirit like
tnto that of Bombastes Furioso. It must be con
fessed, be made the statement that America led
tie world In most forms of mechanical work and
particularly In the manufacture of machinery. His
friend irtiicnanTly repelled, the idea, and offered
ts proof that It was not so the machinery in the
works of Mulr & Son. They were making the tour
cf TJi<» shops, when my friend stopped to look at a
•tottua*; machine, from which his friend tried to
■iraq him. but could sot before he had found the
r.aire 'Brown & Sharp*. Providence. R. 1.. U. S. A..'
cpor. It. and later located three more machines in
to* works similarly marked. Whereat the partner
X !r:'*!>st lamely acknowledged that America could
bufld seine machines better than England, but in
rthfrs Fhe was excelled by the product of Great
C If. Ri£ler a p&tient in the private sanatorium
of Dr. Giii •V Wylie. at Ko. 21£ "West Forty-third
fl jumped from the window In his room on the
Cfih floor yesterday, and died soon afterward. The
Scad man was fifty-three years old, and lived in
Charlotte. N. C. with his wife. He had been ad
bsuub to rhe use of morphine for some years, and
twenty-six days ago became a patient at the sana
faßsam. Yesterday afternoon the nurse left the
roms to go to another part cf the building-. 'When
the returned the door was locked. A little later
•be beard a scream, and. loosing out of a window.
raw her charge lying In the yard. In his descent
Rig.- r struck two wire clothes lines, breaking both.
The. man was carried back to his room and was
examined by Dr. WyJe- He lived only a short
'_- '-a - _ .' '.•*■
SHE WILL Rrx for president or the na
Mrs. Lilll€ Devereux Blake last night announced
fcer I iioacy for the presidency of the National
VV'onac Suffrage Association.
Sirs. Blake's name has not heretofore been
brought forth prominently for the presidency,
Within the last few days, however, a number of
the leaders from this State and some from other
parts of th« country who have been In the city
Say« starred a movement for her.
airs. Victoria Conkilag Whitney, of Missouri,
•go was in the city yesterday, said last nijrht: "I
tniak Mrs. Uili* Devereux Blake Is rhe loplcal
caaaMate for the presidency of the association."
Cleveland, Feb. s.— The directors of the Cleveland
Trust Company and the trustee* of the Savings
«nd Trust Company, of Cleveland, have ratified an
■CHitßim to unite. The new organization, to be
ksowr. as the Cleveland Trust and Savings Com
£•*-' vi.i be the largest trust company In Ohio;
•mt V. ..5».'.«* capital, a surplun of |50n,0». and com
■*■•« deposits of nearly $10,000,030
That it does not matter . what assertions
or claims are made by others, the { act \
still remains that a hand-made Sour Mash
Whiskey is far superior to any other.
with any of them. It has never been |
H. B. KIRK & CO,, Sole Bonlers, N. V,
• BOWLING.— Insurance League, L.
and L. and G., German-American and At
lantic Mutual teams. Harlem — Play- .
off of tie for first prize and championship.
Washington and Knickerbocker; Bank
Clerks' League— Chase No. 1. and
Mount Morris teams; North Side Na
tional, Claremont. Hooker and North New-
York teams; United Bowling Clubs, Section
No. 2. Owl. GlendaJp and Aurania teams:
Arlington National. Bleecker. Straggler and
Oradell teams: Brooklyn Royal Arcanum
League. Oxford. Bushwlck and Fulton
teams; Associated Cycling Clubs of Long
Island, Bushwick. Indian and Kings County
HOCKEY.— New-York Athletic Club and
St. Nicholas Skating: Club. St. Nicholas
Rink. ..*v~"-,
CYCLE RAClNG.— Meeting National Cycle
Association. Actor House. » . ■
BILLIARDS.— AnnuaI Amateur Athletic
Union Class A championship billiard tour
nament. Knickerbocker Athletic Club.
ATHLETICS. — games and cycle
races Xavier Athletic Club and Company G,
9th Regiment, armory, S:3O p. m.
The Corinthian ■ team- won two postponed games
last night in the American National tournament at
Thums Germania. alleys, and this double victory
gives it first prize and the championship for the
season. The final score stands sixteen victories
and four defeats, and if Monach also wins Its two
postponed games it will have second place* with
fifteen games won out Qf twenty. The next teams
In the flan; standing hive lost six games each.
Both Riv<=rdale and Arlington were beaten by
Corinthian last night, and the latter won the odd
game with the best score of the evening. SOS pins.
The night's summary follows: ,
Corinthian— S. Walter, 173: Baker. 202; Brocken. 181;
HoJcen. 155; Schaeffer,- 181; total. 802.
RlvenJale Monahan. l«0: alerter.. 149; Brouerer. 123;
Brodbeolc. 179; Bbllns;. 160: total. 703.
Arlington — Arp«, 184; Rernpel. 155; Harloe, 160; Mum,
181- Meyer. 228; total. 60S.
Kiwerdale — Monahan. IS4; Merten, 188; 'Brooerer, 13*;
Brodbeck. 174; Hbllnr. 157; total, 842.
Corinthian— S. Walter. 164: Baker. 158: Broefcen. 173;
Holder. 199: Schaeffer. ISS: total, 881.
•.rlinrton — Arpe. 168; Ttempel. 14»; Harloe, 160; Maass.
181; Meyer. 145; total. 783.
Bedford Council won twice last night in the
Brooklyn Royal Arcanum tournament on Trainer's
alleys.. In the game with De Witt Clinton Council
Bedford Council won by thirty-three Dins, owing its
■victory to Markwell. who bowled 202. Lounsbery,
of the came team, made the banner score of the
evening, 238. Following: are the scores:
De Witt Clinton Council — Qulnn. 175: Smith. 151; Pope.
151; Week*. 164; Butler. IS3; total, 824.
Kbmu — Peter-on 166; Muller, 128; Sackett,
ISO; Pike, 131; Knowles. 144; total. 735. .
Bedford Council— Morris, K>4; Burrows. 157: lounsberr.
2SB. MarkweJl. 203; ■Waterbury. 148: total. 910.
Nassau Counfil — 133: Mu'.ler. ' 164: Sackett,
138; Pike. 131: Knowles. 17!>: total. 46 - n***
De 'Witt cainton Council Qulnn. 168: Smith." 147; Pope.
183: Weeks. 149: Botter. 197: total. 842.
Bedford Council — 174; Burrows. 175: LionnsbeTT.
13«; Markwell, 202; Waterbury, 18«; total, 875.
Our Council's first team won the opening game
last night in the New- Royal Arcanum League
tournament at the Tennis Club's alleys, and tied Our
No. 1 tor .the season's cbaiß&tonsetp', each.'team
having won fourteen ganir« and fust two on the
completed schedule. ■ The scores foliow:
Our No. I—CUnch.1 — CUnch. 173: Ecr r^-df. :cs . Cantrell. 178;
Rltter. 185; Wllckens. 1W \> ; *a. ■»?.
Knickerbocker— Vsrtallye. ii- »pr.'n*2r. 153; Fruhan,
121. Kreaser. 140: total, 52*.
THIEJ> 5 iJTS Vl.'-^V I .'-^
Lenox— Carter. 147. Hov.ar-i, Uf ; "sl'on. 134; Toun*.
206: Clute, 157: total. 803.
De, Vinne — FYankel. 141: Hull. 118, Strack, 138; Hoar,
123; Detlef. 163; total. 703.
The Cyclone team rolled two good frames last
night in the second section of the United Bowling
Clubs' tournament at the Arcade alleys. Black
Bass and Accident were both badly beaten, and
the latter won the odd game on another poor score.
The Cyclone bowlers outclassed their rivals, scor
ing 350 pins more than the latter In two games.
The night's summary follows:
Cyclone — Johanein^yr. ISS; L* Beau. IBS: Setzer, 129;
A. Boettjer. 200; C. Boettjer. 165; total, SSO.
Black Bass— Slelltnjr. 12«: Mayfnrth. 108; Oehler. 1*0;
Malar. 160; Mesan. 176; total, €52.
Accident-^ Walter. 157: E!:<>r, 168; Acker. 104; Hoch.
162: Braun, 121. total, 712.
Black Slelin*. 117: Mayfurth 104; Oehler. 172;
Maier. 1«. Mesan. 128: total. 687.
Cyclone — Johansmej-er, IBS; Le Beau. 162. Setxer, 158;
A. Boettjer. IT?: C. Boettjer, 188; total. 660.
Accident— Walter. 110; Elter, 143; Acker, 157; Hoch.
165; Braun. 133; total, 70S.
The Knickerbocker Athletic Club's bowling team
won a double victory last night In the National
League tournament at Starr's alleys, bowling two
inconsistent games of 980 and 762. Although Starr,
the Knickerbocker "anchor," rolled 227 and 205, the
club men won the last gam* by only. four pins on
a poor score. The Rosevllle Athletic Association
took the odd game.. The scores follow:
P.o.m-vW- A. C— Piemen, 188: Barffer, 16«; Waters,
124- Van Se-s. 133: Meyer. 137; total. iSO.
Berkeley— 162; Tracey. 153; Maine*, 131; Mc-
Coy, 113: Tompklns. 3.32; total. 737.
Knickerbocker A. Davies. 132: Headier. 155; Park
er 3» Youns;, 137: Starr. 227; total. «20.
Berkeley— Dennis. 125. Tracer. 124; McCoy. 145;
Maine*. 21»; Tompkins. 155: tscat*, 768.
Knickerbocker A. C— Dav*es. 143 Heaoley, 137: Park
er 14« Ycung. 131: Starr, 205; ■total. .52.
noaevlUo A. C— Pierson. 161; Badrer. 118; Waters. 150;
Van Ness. 143; Mejer, 1M; total. .58.
In Brooklyn Royal Arcanum sub-tournament last
ni*ht on the Elephant Club alleys. Gilbert. Brook
?vn and PnfladelphoS councils played, each team
winnfng a game. V Following are the scores:
Brooklyn Councll-Mundy. 137 . CJaua, 150; Wild. 155;
Bayard. 129, Clarke. 1«: total, .87.
Gilbert Counclt-A. M. Armeber*. Ml; La«irvltch. 138.
9. t*. -Armstrong, 123^BUhop, . 14b; Smith,'* 1«1 ; total,' T2B.
r Phlladeiphoi.— 181; Brown.' 164; Gilbert, 78;
Hager. 136. Alexander. 138; total. 677. *.;
Brooklyn Council— Mundy. 146; Cans, 97; Wild, 103;
Bayard, 110, Clarke. 135; total, 001.-
Gilbert Chalmers. 122: J.L. Artasbent. 133.
Bishop 154 A. M. Armsberg, IS4. Smith. 143; total, SBS.
Philadelphos Council— 137; Brown 134; Gilbert.
134; Hager, 123; Alexander. 120; total, 654.
The Carlton Club still holds the lea<] to the Brook
lyn lnterclub bowling tournament, after the games
howled at the different alleys last evenlnt*. The
rtrst S*«*d Third ' " Tim 3*c'll Third
game. game. gam* | game. same. game
Corcoran ...136 14« 1501 Lewis .......150 lf» 159
Howard 177 13« 181 Ackerson ...121 175 148
Sullivan: ....IK 1M m Urquhart ....*•» 143 147
Lanjraa IBS 127 147 Kline 152 152 128
Judge ISB 114 21»|Jostta. 155 141 171
Totals 821 739 824 Totals 738 797 751
First Sec'd Third First B*o*o Third
game.game.gamp. ' game. game, iram*.
Celhaus ....180 211 128 Shafer .......IS4 I*B 201
nobby 186 14» 1<57 Kelley .1"6 203 192
Gardiner ...178 130 191 Ha**ertr .191 184 201
Matthew* ...MB 132 137 CTCcnnor ....187 I*s 138
Worth 173 115 175 Maxwell 17» 170 19«
Totals 858 796 7981 Totals 897 850 92S
Grand totals— Columbian Club. 8.0»: Brooklyn Bicycle
Club. 4,726.
First Sec'd Third First Sec'd Third
game, game. game. , game.game.game.
Cook ........158 IS3 140 Beard 132 14ft 147
Naylor 163 147 175 Magulre .....129 148 14«
Stevens .....151 116 156 Edwards 192 127 150
McMullen ...158 142 Parkinson ...144 193 111
Turtle 168 15S ISS Iremonger ...157 163 189
Totals 798 716 823 Total* .....754 771 732
First Sec"d Third! First Sec'd Third
game. game. game. game. game.
Bun 145 166 - 183' Parker 126 125 161
Meserole ...16» 148 193 Tucker 147 187 111
Doyle 148 174 160 Gooderuon ....148 148 10*
Anderson ...151 152 150! McElroy 16* 181 137
Kelsey 194 157 168 Beard 204 169 158
Totals 807 797 854 Totals . 811 755 733
Grand total— Crescent A. C. 4.7,5; Aurora Grata. 4,53&
First Seed Third First Sec'd Third
game.game.game. ! game.game.game.
Walton- I*o 136 1901 Rosa 153 110 141
Sllleck 102 136 ' ITS, Price 146 101 141
Flshbeck ...IB . l«l l*2<Struse 162 178 IS4
Umstead . ..17R 132 15$ Kltchlng ....137 201 198
Bcocock ...151 148 ISO Grouch ......172 182 135
Totals 727 733 894 1 Totals 770 7»2 789
First Sec'd Third First Sec'd Third
game. game. game. . game game.
Lee 172 200 166 j Bass ....145 IS4 136
Helmle 112 15« 174 Bennett 146 115 156
Ferguson ...IS3 158 145 Holmes, 5r...140 168 184
Tompkins 150 152 236 Ham 147 131 185
Tuttle 217 166 145 Holme*, jr.. .122 ! 13« 166
Totals ....834 830 MS! Totals 700 6*4 630
Grand totals— Hanover, 2.529: Knickerbocker Field
Club, 4.568.
First Seed Third First Sec d Third
game.game.game. I game. game. game.
Lovell 201 163 146!Stoner 158 137 13»
Bwaacr 156 14* 182 Ebbeta 162 164 168
Pomeroy . . . 170 147 202 Lincoln 147 193 152
Hedge 200 160 Webber .149 3nr» 199
Hlgglns 160 157 214!stebbens 168 140 175
Totals 887 773 860 Totals 779 *4» 833
First Sec'd Third First Seed Third
game.game.game. ! game. game. game.
Mason 178 211 223 Olmstead 161 164 163
Meyer 177 188 1.V.) etutenburg ..152 138' 128
Clarke 170 150 mlßossen 153 163 125
A_S.Pro6key.l4« 159 17» Young 153 196 164
SchwartJl -.214 183 199 ! Steinbugler ..169 195 180
Totals 885 889 872| Totals 7*B .- 856 765
Grand totals — Club. 5.008: Lincoln Club, 4.919.
The fine weather on Sunday caused thousands
of wheelmen to take to the roads. Comparatively
few new models were s<-en, as it is rather early as
yet for the latest things in bicycle construction.
Consequently wheels of various years of usefulness
were used. Prcbably one cf the most remarkable was<
seen in the rack at "the rest" in Prospect Park
It was a model No. 36 Columbia, and was purchased
by its owner in 18»4. The wheel is stir. In splet.aH
condition, trie enameling being good, the ch*'n
stanch and the machine as easy running as It was
five years ago. It simply shows the remarkable
excellence of American manufacture. The owner
saM that the front tire, which was a pneumatic,
had been on the wheel ever since he bought it. and
that he had used tne machine regularly for five
years The tire had been punctured a couple or
times- but the hole* w*-re plugged and the tire had
not been inflated for three weeks. The machine
was heavier than those of to-day, but the owner
said that it had given Mm such good service that
he could not bear to part with it.
The refusal of President T. J. Ileenan, Jr.. of the
League of American Wheelmen, t" 'How his name
to be used In connection with the leadership of the
organization is not a surprise to his friends. That
Mr. Keenan has done excellent work for the organ
isation is certain, and that be has not received any
thanks for his self-sacrifices and expenditures of
money la also recognised. He feels that his health
and private business demand his attention here
after. The only names mentioned In connection
with the office to date are those of Collector Bldwell
and Conway \V. Sams, of Maryland. The members
of the organisation in this district are working:
hard for Mr. Bidwell, and seem to feel confident
that he will be elected.
It Is expected that horseless "buses, as auto
mobiles are styled in the Elm City, will soon be
running in New-Haven. One will probably arrive in
that city this week and a second within two weeks.
They will operate upon Orange-st.. a sheet .asphalt
thoroughfare, in which many of the wealthier citi
zens of New-Haven live.
Many persons who have been identified with the
National Cycling Association reached the city yes
terday. The annual meeting of the organization
will be held at the Astor House to-day. While the
financial reports will not be encouraging. It Is said
that the people who are Interested In cycle racing
I are prepared to try again for another year.
The promenade concert and reception of the Har
! lem ■Wheelmen will be held at the Leslie. Broadway
and Eighty-thirc\-9t., on Friday evening.
A. G. Spaldlng Brothers, athletic and sporting
goods manufacturers, have opened a branch stora
in Buffalo at No. 6K Main-st., In what is known as
Cycle Row, under the management of J. R. Weld
jr who had charge of the A. G. Spalding Brothers'
bicycle department of their Philadelphia store.
<* Baltimore. Feb. s.— Thomas J. Keen-an. president
of the League of American Wheelmen, having an
! nounced yesterday In Pittsburg that he was not a
i candidate for re-election. Conway W. Sams, the
i Maryland wheelman. to-day stated that he was now
a candidate for the presidency. "I would not have
entered the race." says Mr. Sams, "had Keenan not
withdrawn. I have been flatteringly assured of
about 150 of the 200 votes which will be cast. This
150 vote* does not Include New- York, which has 21
votes, but I have been told by some of my friends
who have been urging me to run that I would get
considerable support from New-Tork, also from
Massachusetts and New-England. ■
Mr Sams Is strongly opposed to the control of
racing by the League of American ■Wheelmen. He
U connected with the new association baseball club
in Baltimore.
Lakewood. N. J.. Feb. 5 (Special) —The tie be
tween John M oiler, Jr.. of the Apawamls Golf Club,
and W J. Merrell. of Essex County, left over from
Saturday's handicap at the Golf Club of LaJtewood,
was played this morning, the competition being at
match play, and resulted In Mol!»r winning by 4 up
and 3 to play-
Byr»cus». N. T.. Feb. 6 (Special).— E. R. Sweet
land, Cornell. '86, was to-day elected coach of the
Syracuse University crew for the coming season,
Syracuse has accepted the invitation to join the
Fou&bkeepsle regatta. In June, and already has a
t«r««« number of men training for th* crew. Bweat
iand who rowed while In col lac* In the. Cornell
Je^mr w»* 'hifc-hly en ended by Coach Court
n«» and wa« selected ; from near') a doaan appll
eaa'.n Ms was »n*-»f«<S same ws*ka ajro '.a coach
St" Byr*cuo« foo;biil tua for next saaaoa. . i
The opening game In the Class A amateur billiard
tournament for the Amateur Athletic Union cham
pionship was played last night at the Knicker
bocker Athletic Club. The game was between
Wilson P. Foss, of Haverstraw. and Dr. L. L. Mlal.
of this city, winner of the National handicap tour
nament of 1837. Fobs was the favorite, and won
after an exciting and well played game. Four hun
dred points are played each afternoon and each
evening. The attendance was good, and few left
the hall, although the game lasted more than three
Dr. Mlal won the bank and missed, and Fobs
ticked off three and sat down. MUI made thirteen
In the second and took the lead. The fourth was
lively, Mlal running 25 and Foss 28. Mia! made
double figures again In the eighth. Both men
showed in their bent form In the twelfth Inning.
Mlal making a pretty run of 42 and slipping up on
a simple dm*. Foes ran -36 In his half of the in
ning, slipping up on a follow shot. This made the
score: Fobs 13. with an average of 10 9-12, and
MJal 117, with an average of nearly I*.
Mlal took the lead la the fifteenth Inning with
a pretty run of 24. and followed this up with 18 In
♦he next inning. Foss in the fifteenth Inning ran
29, missing on an easy cushion shot. This made
the score: Foss. 182; Mlal. 159. Mlal made a long
masse in the sixteenth inning, the prettiest shot of
the ga-ne. It was a remarkably even game to this
point. In this Inning Foss made a two ouihloix
shot which looked so much like a "scratch" that
he turned to Mlal and said: "I played it that
way." Foss ran 29 In the sixteenth and 35 in the
seventeenth, taking the lead by 197 to 163. Foss's
average was more than eleven. Foss then began to
draw ahead, and at the ending of the twenty
seventh inning he had a lead of 287 to 206 for Mia!
Fobs made his 300 th point in the twenty-ninth
Inning. Mlal was obliged to make 36 in the same
inning In order to bring his total up to 251.
After the thirty-second Inning the doctor seemed
to lose control of the balls, and made seven misses
in succession. He did score one point, but he lost
It. as he shot with the wrong ball. Foss ran out
the game in the forty-second inning, with a run of
8 and an average of less than 10. The scores were
as follows:
Foss— 3, 3. 3. 23. 0. 4. 0. 0. 37, 4. 13 30. 2 0 0 29.
35. 4. 1. 12. B. 18. **. 2. 0. 8. It. 6. 8. 2, 4. ' 18. 1, 19.
». 1«. 11. 8. 4. 3. 10. 8. Total. 400: average. 9 25-42;
high tuns, 37. 36, 35.
Mlai— o 0. 25. 2. 1, 2. 28, 4. 2. 0. 42. 0. 0. 24. 18.
4. 1. 0. 26. 0. 0. 4. 12. 0. 0, 0. 9. 36 5 2, 11. 1. 0,
0. O. 0. 0. 0. 0, 14, 1. Total. 288. average, 6 33-42. high
runs. 42, 36.
Conklin and Mlal will play this afternoon, and
Smith and MeCreery to-night.
Following are some of the results from the third
and fourth rounds of the National Masters' Chess
Tournament now in progress at St. Petersburg:
Tschigorin beat Bertolitsch. Lewln beat Schabel
ski. Sybin beat Schabskl, Lebedew beat N. N..
Seyboth beat Sybln. Seyboth and Tabuntschikoff
drew, Lewin beat Schabski and N. N. beat Berto
Appended are the records of all the contestants
up to date:
Won. Lost.! Won. Lo«t.
B«rto:ttßch 0 2 I Schabskl Ij:«c| X
Lebedew 2 1 j Seyboth 2S 1H
Lewln 8 1 ' Sybin 2 2
N. X 1 -1 ! Tabuntschikoff .... 4 2',
Scbabelskl 2 1 | TucHgortn 3 0
New-Orleans, Feb. s.— Jim Conway, who scored
very handily in the fifth race, was the only win
ning favorite to-day. The track was slow and not
at all to the liking of the betting choices. Oration
was practically left at the post in the last race.
Summaries :
First race (six and one-half furlongs: selling:* — Bllthe
ful. S3 (Shaw). 5 to 1 and 2 to 1. won; Lady Dora. 85
(Domlnick), 3 to 1 and 8 to 5, second; Sister Fox. 85
(Wonderly). 7 to 5. third. Time— l:24.
S*e«nd race (seven — Tunny. 109 <MUchei:>. 4
to 1 and 7 to 10. won; Alex. 109 fWlnkfle!di, 3 to 5 and
cut. second; El Caner. 107 (Froct). « to 1. third. Time —
Third race (mile and an eighth; sailing*— Gallant.
106 (Frost). 6 to 1 and 2 to 1. won: Banquo IT. 101
(Bolan<l>. 4 to 1 and « to 5. secend: Albert Wale. 117
iClaweon). 3 to J. third. Time — 1:08.
Fourth race iml> and a sixteenth) — Strangest, 99 (J.
Mlllert. S to 1 and even, won: Compensation. 103 (Caw
son). '. to 1 and 4 to 3. second: Our Nellie. 96 lOdonn. 5
to 1, third. Time — 1 :33. . - ' ■
Fifth race (one — Jim Conway. 10© (Winkfleld*. 3
to 1 and 7 to 10, won; The Burlington Route. 107 (Rich
ards). 30 to 1. second: Pat Garr?tt, 104 (J. Miller). 7 to
10, third. _Tlme^l:46»i. . . . „. . ....
Sixth race (six and - one-half furlongs, selling) — Jim
Gore 11, 108 iWinkfleld'. 4 to 1 and 7 to 5. won: Agitator.
107 (McJoynti. 11 to 5 and 7 to 10. second; Aratoms. 107
<Boiand>. 11 to 6. third. Time— l:?s.
Cambridge. Ma?*.. Feb. I (Special)— Captain Hare
of the Unlvers ty of Pennsylvania football team
hae been in Cambridge to-day visiting Captain Daly
of the Harvard eleven. Th«» visit was not primarily
official, but next fall's game between the two uni
versities was thoroughly discussed. It will prob
ably be held on November 10, which is two weeks
before the date on which Harvard wants to play
Talt 1 . The Blue is. however, objecting to Novem
ber 24, on the ground that she would prefer to play
the last game of her -eason with Princeton on that
date, and there is therefore a hitch in the foot
ball relations between Yale and Harvard, an there
i? in regard to the English games.
The date of the Pennsylvania game depends in
a great measure on the date of the game with Yale.
If Tale refuses to play Harvard on November 14.
although Harvard Is prepared to push her request
to the utmost, and insists on Neveraber 17. then
the Pennsylvania game must be on November 3.
for the Harvard players will not play the two bip
game? within two weeks of each other. Harvard
men hope and expect Yale will consent to Novem
ber 24. and thus the game with Pennsylvania will
be on November 10.
Commodore Eugene Lambden presided last night
at the annual meeting of the New-Rochelle Yacht
Club, which was held at the Hotel Manhattan for
general business and election of club officers for
the ensuing year. There wns some difference of
opinion in regard to some of the names which ap
peared on the ticket of the Nominating Committee,
and the voting prolonged the meeting to a later
hour than usual.
In the New-Rochelle club, as In almost every
other yacht club of this neighborhood, there is a
change of commodores this year. anl Charles
Pryer will replace Eugene Lamhden. The follow
ing is the list of officers for the year, as finally
settled by the voting:
Commodore Charles Pryer. of the sloop Eurybia:
vice-commodore. William N. Bavier. of the yawl
Possum; rear-commodore. W. Lopes Dial, of the
yawl Addie: secretary. O W. Meyrowits: treasurer
Ch M Fletcher, measa.-er. F. R. Farrtngton.
trustees for three years. George W. Sutton. George
E Edwards and R. M. Sayre; trustee for two
years A 8. Cross; Regatta Committee. Charles P.
Tower, W. E. Moore. J. D. Sparkman. C. A. Becker
and F. M. Carpenter; Law Committee, C. E. Kene
and John F. Lambden.
The question of moving the clubhouse across
Echo Bay to Harrisons Island was discussed, but
nothing final was done about ir, and C*har!es P.
Tower, chairman of the Regatta Committee, said
that he did not think it would be settled for a
Thirty-eight members of the club were present,
and after the meeting was over all sat down to a
supper in the hotel.
The annual election of the Canarsie Yacht Club
will be held next week at the clubhouse at Sands
Point. Canarsie, Long Island. The following are
the nominations: For commodore, Charles J. Nel
son; for viee-comraodore. Dr. F. H. Xorthrtdge;
for treasurer, J. K. Alexander; for secretary. John
E Heinemann; for financial secretary. P. W
Lyons for members of the Board of Trustees—
Charles O. Herx, Edward F" Karr. Frank T. Herx.
Ptewart G. B. Gourlay and H. G. Gardlnler; for
measurer. F. A. Meissner.
On Friday wft^rnoon. February 16. Major James
B. Pond will deliver at Trinity School his lecture
entitled "'Memories of the Lyceum: A Manager's
Anecdotes." in which he will tell aomathing of the
personality and characteristics «f many of the au
thors and other famous people with whom he has
come In contact. In connection with the lecture.
Earl Gulick the boy soprano of the Church of the
Heavenly Rest, will sing. The entertainment will
be fo> the benefit of the athletic association of the
Yesterday afternoon the Trinity School Athletic
Association held a successful series of indoor games
in the school gymnasium. The >xcellent entry list
and the large gathering of *Qectator» combined to
make the affair a success. The summary:
Fifty-yard dash— Senior— H#»t» wen by Wuppermann.
MUNink, Bran«r and MeConnack; n&al woo by McCor
mack Milbank second Junior— Heats won by Woodward.
Miles Taylor and Charli#r; final won by Mllbank. Wood
ward «*?ond Under l ■'*• years— rtaal won by Van
Auker.. Pullen second. ««._« „
Elaadtna; br. art Jump — ■■* by Sheratld. with an actual
tamp at T fit! 11 lnehe*l Tay.or wooed, with an actual
jump cf 11 f»«t TH lnch»s; Mllbank. tfilrt.
ftiuuuoc =.«£ lump— *■>= fey Ch*ffi«l3, with aa actual
Jump of 4 feet 'lo Inch** Klous. second with an actual
jump of 4 {••* » tae)M«; BoSum. laird ' .. _ . . ,
Potato race — Won by Wuppermaan; Milbar.k. second.
McCarmack. third. „ -
Putting twelve pound snot — won by Benham (4 feet),
with an actual pot of 2S feet 11 Vi laches; Mllbank (3 feet),
second, with an actual put at 27 feet. Clow (scratch),
third, wits an actual put of *1 feet.
Hempstead. N. V.. Feb. 6 (Special).— Blue Bell.
August Belmont'a famous brown mare, valued at
15.000. was so badly hurt on Saturday that it is
feared she is Injured permanently. She wat being
exercised by Arthur D. Hall, a groom, who took the
mare for a spin down the turnpike without the
permission of Mr. Belmont. who has closed his
country seat here and is spending the remainder of
the winter at bis home In New-York. It Is al
leged that Hall stopped at several of the road
houses, and becoming Intoxicated, was unable to
control the trotter, which ran away. and. dashing
down the road, near the country seat of William
C. Whitney, ran with great force into a heavy
farm wagon. The mare was seriously cut and
bruised, and Dr. Harry S. Field, the veterinary of
the Meadow Brook Club, fears that 'he animal may
be crippled.
When Mr. Belmon: learned of the serious acci
dent to his horse he at once had a warrant issued
for the arrest of Hall, but as yet he has not ,J>een
found by Deputy Sheriff GUdersleeve. who has been
searching for him.
I m
A conference between the Real Estate Board of
Brokers and a committee of the Builders' League
will be held at No. 11l Broadway to-day to discuss
the Fallows bill, which proposes to make tt a penal
offence to offer property for sale, or to attempt to
procure a mortgage on property without the writ
ten consent of the owner. The members of the
Builders' League are reported to be generally in
favor of the proposed bill, but much difference of
opinion on ihe subject exists among the brokers.
The following committee will represent the league
at the conference: John P. Leo. James H. Haven.
J. A. Rossman. F. E. Wise. P. J. Crombie. L. Hard
ing. Peter Wagner and Judson Lawson. It is
thought that many members of the Board of Brok
ers will be present, and a full discussion of the sub
ject is looked for.
The Builders League was one of the first repre
sentative bodies to approve the Stranahan bill, and
as the members of that organization will be di
rectly affected by its provisions its opinion may
have some weight. At a meeting of the league
held several nights ago the bill was approved by
a large majority.
A subject that will probably engage the atten
tion of real estate men before long is the bill in
which it Is proposed that marshals railed upon to
act in summary or for»eicsur» proceedings shall
not be permitted to go out of their own districts.
It has reached its second readiag. It is believed
that considerable opposition to the bill will be
developed. It Is said that there are three or
four marshalls who are particularly active in such
work, and that agents and brokers naturally prefer
that they shall continue to act generally, irrespec
tive of the district in which they happen to be
By a deed recorded yesterday Peter Merrick
transferred to Henry Torn No. 306 to 399 Broad
way, southwest cornier of Walker-st. A mortgage
on the property for half a year for $723. uG0. given
by Henry Corn to the Title Guarantee and Trust
company, and two mortgages on the same for
$70,000 and 186.000 for rive months, given by Mr.
Corn to Peter J Merrick. were also recorded.
L. J. Phillips & -Jo. have sold for Schuyler Quack
enhush two lots on the north side of Elghty-sixth
st., 100 feet east of Riverside Drive. They were also
the brokers in the sale for Joseph Farley of No. 309
West One-hundred-and-sixth-st.. a new five story
American hasement house. 22x63x102.2. The buyer of
the house is Mrs. Bradley Fiske. wife of Lieutenant-
Commander r'iske. wno is now at Maniia.
Douglas Robinson A. Co. have sold for Henry
Goodkind the four 3tory brownstone dwelling house.
No. 16 Ea>-: S^v^nty-sixth-st.. 22x65x100, with a two
story dining room extension.
James Murray and another have sold to a builder
th*- plot In the south 3ide of One-riundred-and
thirt\-thirri-st.. l.">»i fi^et west of Amsterdam-aye ,
125x100, at about Mo.U'"*.
Frederick Zittel has sold for George W. Hertxel to
M. L. Fraser No. 2SH Eighth-aye.. a four story brick
building, lot 27.3x62.
The Gilsey estate has leased the Gilsey Hoase. on
the northeast corner of Broadway and Twenty
ninth-st.. for eleven years to Elwood O. Roesale. of
Washington, for an average rental of about J7i
year. The estate will make extensive alterations,
completely modernising the hotel.
Plans were filed with the Building Department for
a sever, story brick and limestone flat and bachelor
apartment house. 50x90.11. to be erected on the north
side of One-hundred-and-fourth-st.. 35*1 feet east of
The jfferiogs at the New-York Real Estate Sales
room were disposed of as follows:
By Hrva.i L. Kenneliy: No. 355 Hudson-st.. north
west corner.: No. 100 Perrj-st.. si.*xol.rJx«U. 4x44.fi:
Ko. 553, three story brick tenement house, with
stores. No. 109. lhre,» story frame tenement house.
with stores; No. Til. three story brick dwelling
house: to the plaintiff for $35,060. No. 670 to 682 One
hundred-and-eighty-slxth-st.. southeast corner
Ral!road-ave., I*oxloo. seven four story stone front
unfinished flathouse?: store In corner: foreclosure;
to the plaintiff for JIOOO6. No. 6W to 696 One-hun
dred-and-eighty-sixth-st. south side, 140 feet east
of Rallroad-ave., 160x10"), eight four story stone
front flathouses: foreclosure, to the plaintiff and
William H. Barnes, party in interest, for $Cooft.
By Samuel Goldsticker: No. 113 West Ninety
fourth-st., north side, 201.9 feet west of Columbus
ave.. 25.9x100.8. five story stone front flathouse:
foreclosure; to the plaintiff for 528.520. No. 115 West
Ninety-fourth-st.. north side. 527.6 feet west of Co
lumbiis-ave.. 26x100. *, fiv«» story stone front flat
house foreclosure; to the plaintiff for $28,330.
By Peter F. Meyer & Co. : No. 61 t0.67 East Nlnety
eighth-st., north side. 200 feet east of Madison-aye.,
105x100. 11. four five story brick flat houses: fore
closure: to the plaintiff for $37,950. No. «44 West
One-hundred-and-forty-ninth-st., south side. 430 feet
west of Boulevard. 15x98.11. three story brick dwell
ing house: foreclosure: to the plaintiff for $9,500.
By William Kenneliy: No. 1.064 Lexington-ave..
southwest corner of Seventy-flfth-st.. 17.2x79.6. five
story atone front flathouse, with stores: foreclosure:
to the plaintiff for $38,826.
Goerck-st. No 5. 20xlCO; Mary White to Pincus
Lowenfeld and another $10,000
White-st. No 125. 21xMx20.9xf19.3: Louis R Berg
to Mary E Bristor 53.000
120th-st. n s. 164 ft w of Mt Morris-aye. lSx
100.11; Maddellne Pierce to Lydla A Todd 25.000
120th-»t. n 8. 132 ft w of Mt Morrls-av«, 19x
100.11; same to same ;... 28,000
101st-9t. No 109 East. 15.10x100.11: Rose Appel
to William M Rltter 10.000
117th-st No 242 East. 23x100.11: Theresa Cord*s
to John and Man- A Shea 14,000
Broadway. No 309 to SOT. s w corner Walker-st.
30.10x127.3* Irregular: Peter J Merrlck to
Henry Corn ..... "~ 109
Pearl-st. Nos 503 and 505. s w corner Pearl- st.
32.3x«9x5AX4A: John H Janeway et al to Harry
C Hailenbeck . 41.300
Pearl-st. No 491". w *. 13xH4.1x irregular; Henry
Hejiia et a., executors, to Har-y C HallenbacK. IS.OOO
Grand-st, N * 453 and 400. n s. 43.10x100x44 lx
100; Abraham Stern, executor, to Joseph Rosen
bars; and another 43,000
Madlson-ave. c s. 20 ft s of 12Sth-st. 2O*W:
Samuel A Cramer to Henry B Welsh, executors. 24.450
15th-st. No 225 West. 25x103.3: Edward" R Grove.
executor, to John Early 28.000
Goerck-st, w s. lot 33. map of Abraham Cannon.
25x100; Louis Lese and another to Mary Cohen. 33.000
86;h-st. No« 124 aod 126 East. 51.1x102.2; Mar
inretta X Welsh and another, executors, to
Sophia Guthman fiS.9OO
She*. John and Mary, to Helene Heydt. No 242
East llTth-st. 3 years $10,000
Dwyer. Patrick, to Mary M Costello. guardian,
etc. s»th-«t. p. a. 88T.1O ft wof lst-av». demand. 10,OnO
Blamenthal, Levy, to Harry Blumenthal. No 73
Mott-«t. 2 years , 1.700
Boyle, James T. to Fred and Teresa Kuser.
l(Mth-Bt. n w corner Park-aye. S years 13,000
McPherson, John B. W Fr»elove 3 O'Brien, ex
ecutrix, etc. No 19 Cornella-st. 3 years 12.000
Axelrod. RacheL to William Rankln. llSth-»t. »
s * 175 ft •* at sth-ave. H year 11.00»
Same to same, sam« property. >■» year ;. 29.743
Ludwlg. Bernhard J. to David J Kins; et al. ex
ecutors, etc. Lextnrton-ave, n w corner Il3th-st.
3 years 20,000
Hallenbeck. Henry C. to John II Janeway et al.
Nos 503 and 506 Pearl-st 1 year 20.730
Same to Joshua. B H Jaaeway. No 4! Park -ft. 1
year 14.239
Com, Henry to Title Guarantee and Trust Com
paey. No 390 Broadway. ■ w corner Walker-st.
a n.onths. secures advances..... 723,006
Sam* to Pet»r J Merrick. same property. 3 months.
secures advance* .'. , '70,000
Same to sum. same property. 3 months, secures)
advances ■>••- "•>•<■•
Klein. Hannah, to Emigrant Industrial Savin**
2ank. No 17 Eldrldr*-st, 1 year .13.000
Jones. Walter O. to George W Dayton, No 171 to
175 sth-ave: also hm part of Sth-ave. w a. »2-2 •
ft a of 13th-st. 1 year 10.000
Scbermernom. Edward E. lndivliually and as ex
ecutor, at al. executors, to Union Dime Sav
ings Institution. No 227 Front-st. 3>* years.... 10,000
Roambers. Joseph, and another to Abraham Stern,
executor and trustee. Xo 460 Grand-»t. 1 year. . 13.000
flam* to same. No* 43» and 4HO Grand-st. 1 year. . 15.500
Kllpatrick. T Judson. to William J Gllmarttn, No
414 Avenue A. 3 years 14.000
Robinson, Amelia, and Morris Jacoby to Charles
H Bailey an.i another, executors, etc. No V 2 to
100 Carmen-«. 5 years SO.OOO
Janes, Henry E. and another to Title Guarantee
and Trust Co, 13«>th-st. n s, 330 ft • of Brook
ave; also 130 th-(it. • s. 330 ft c of Brook-arc.
•1 year «• 14,000
O'Toole. James. t<* Albert J Whlteman, trustet.
34-ave. * i, »1 ft » of Tremont aye. 3 years. 13,0ii0
Sam* to James a FStxgerald. 3d-ave. • s. 08 ft
' n of Treraont~«ve. 8 years 18,300
Gun* to same. Sd-ave. c a. »ti ft a of Tremont
ave 3 years 14,000
Hart." Jacob, and WUllam Beits, Jr. to the City
MontM* Co. SOth-st, n •. 244.4. 219.4 and 194
ft eof l«t-are. 3 mortgaces. 1 year each...... 12.000
Katx. Jacob, to Dry Dock Savings Institution.
lst-*T». • • c«m«r TUt-»t. ft /*ars 13.000
Leopold Kafcn Compact to American Mortgage
Company, No 114 West 122d-st. 1 year... liOOl
FUnnery. Simon P. to CaUuCne T SmltX No ITS '
.We« »4te-«t. S years *.-- 22.00*
Creed. Jan« L, to Irving — ■— limitation.
H4th-s:. • « 175 ft • of Lenox-arc. 3 year*. . . TO.OOJ
Sained sane, I2uh-s:. ■ a, 136 ft c at Lensa
ay», 3 years sj.mc
Glover, Frances L, to Title Guarantee and Trsst
Company. M* » Cast asta-st. 1 years ».««
Crass Place. « a. 90 ft • of Grey or lTStk St. far
a two and a half story frame dwelUair id—. x
21.10*81.6: Andrew j Carson. No 105 West
134ts-st. owner: FWd*fick Jaesjar. architect.... W.r-eS
104:h-et. b *. "So i z » cr AmatenUm-a-e fw a
seven story brick and limestone Oathoos* and •
bachelor apartment. 90kSO.I1; Paul B Pu«h ft
Co. owners; NeriUe * Bagge. architects LM.ontf
B;ai (Estate.
Furnishes careful appraisements of
real estate at regular rates.
Apply to Bureau of Investment, TZ
Liberty St.
Money to Loan
at Lowest Rates.
Title guarantee
146 Broad New York.
17; Re— St., Brook'.ra.
Citn Drcpertn for Sale.
The finest, best ball: private Houses, sew aad ■=> OS*
date, a: the lowest prices w-JI be found la
48TH AND SOTH STS.. near Madison MB*
or lOfTTH ST., sear Ri-*rside;
IS to 25 feet wide Aroensaa basements.
See them or tend '. :r plans and i-?scn?uone> a>
©w«r ard Builder.
108 West 4- ■■
(to tet Sax Business fjnrposes.
IX THE ■; ■•
APPLY TO . -^ _. :
i BCEKM-iX ST. - '
] won Baits. Wtsk
Y\7ILJJAM TRIST B.UL£T. Auctioneer.
• " Wil. sc!l at auction on
Thursday. February 15th. 19CO. one o'clock ? M-, at ,
• .• n . 13i> Broadway. City -•>■-<
Xo. 383 Bait «EM Street. ■. V. Cny. '
3 st~rv and Basement Brick and Brown Stan* S*sß^ :
in jrrv.vl order, M l«xliX> test.
Opporfmirr fcr small safe bsvessasssß and mi iinerioa.
Maps and other particulars at Auctioneer's Oa\oaa>
Petition in Dankrnptrn.
TORK. by the era of God. free and independent.
to James P. Donoraa and all persons who are creditor*
or who claim to be creditors at Magnus Ernst WUaeim
Christian, called William Stewert. late of Hambarx. - Ger
many deceased, and to the Comptroiler cf -it Oty of
New Tork. SEND GREETING: You and each of you a *
hereby cited* and required personally to be and usual
before our Surrogate of the County of New York, at the)
Surrcßate'9 Court of said County, held at tae Ccnxnty
Court House in the City at New York, on the ISth dar
of March. 19HU. at half-past ten o'clock in -• full awiii.
of that day. then and there f> show cause why I nißlsif
Let:ers Testamentary up the Estate of said Magnus
Ernst Wllhelm Christian, called William Slewert. ijjcu'.i
not issue to Frederick C. Bautnam. of W— liisaw. In
the State of New Jersey; and such of you as are hc;eor
cited, as are under the ace of twectv-«ce years, are
required to appear by your guardian, if you have one. cr
If you have none, to appear and apply for one to b* •
appointed, or In tee event of your neglect or failure t»
do so. a guardian will be appointed fey tike Burma* to
represent and act lor you in the proceeding.
In Testimony Whereof. We have caused the Seal of
the Surrogates' Court of tiie said County of New York
to be hereunto afSa^d.
Witness. Hon. Abaar C. Thomas- a Surrogate of oar ;
said 1 County, at the City of New Tork. the 25t& day a*
January. In the year of cur Lord oce thousand nine kua- ■
Clerk of the Surrogates' Court. ; j
GEO. H. HYDE. Attorney for Petitioner, 31 fhia
bers 9t.. N. T. Clry.
Bnrrogatt s Xotices.
T^EBERMUTH, ABRAHAM. -In pursuance of
an order of Hon. Abner C. TV) mas. a Sarrcsat* at
the County of N»w Tork. Notice ts hereby f^vea ta all
prrsoni having claims against Abraham Lebermuth. ksta>
of the Oiuntjr of New York, deceased, to present ti» aasae>
with voucher* thereof to the subscriber, at his place ci
transacting business, it the office of Morturer 3ti«t«l. Re,
10 Wail St., In th* Borough of Manhattan, is the City <■"
New Ycrk. on or before th* 223 day -f A3?rst next.
Dated New YcTk. the sth day tt ?-bru*rr I*XX
MORTIMER STIEFEI* * A4flainijTr»ior. ■
Attorney for Administrator, 10 Wall it.. Baroaak of Man
hattan. New Tork City.
TS PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. James
M. Varnutn. a Surrogate at ttte Couary at »mm
Tork. NOTICE !s herebr gives to all p«r«css ba-rtne
cUlms asalnrt Hasina h Duaae. xa:e of tne County of Hear
Tork. deceased, to preheat -he same with Toucbeca ttaereoC
.to tie subacribtr. at ius place of transacting butts««s a:
th? oAtw of Wiiuam P. wuiiams. No. 141 llrnsstaaf.
Boi-cush of Maabattan. City of New York, ca or sates*
the 10th day of June next. Dated New Tork. ta* tltfc
day oX November, law WiLUAM J. DCAXE. A«SBta»
tatrator. William P. Winiams. Attorney far Adnumst.-*
tor. 141 Broadway. Mashattas. New Tork City.
Za CDtiom Jt HIOS Concrrn.
District of New Tors. e>: WHEREAS, a ttbea iM
petition w%4 o)ed In the District Court of the United Ssssssa
for the Southern District of New York <ta the 20th day of
January. 1900. oy the Ocean Steamship Company of
eavaaaah. owner at th* steamship •'City of las— hsr
engines, hollers, apparel, tackle, furniture. it. far a>
limitation of its liability upon all loss, destruction. l»-a*»
and injury caused by a collision between said vessel and
th« steam ferryboat "Chicago"' in the North or Hu£soa>
River. New Tat*, on Gcte-twr 31st. Us*: and
WHEREAS, said Petitioner and Ltbellant has iliem *>
stipulation, to abide by and par the moneys awarded by
the final decree -entered tv the District Court, or by th*
Appellate Court. If any appeal intervene, ta th« amount of
$210,223.33 and interest the appraised valuo of said t«rry—
■oat and her pe*»lla« frslght:
MOW. TUER£FORC in pursuance of th* monition I*
eued by the saW Ourt to me directed aad delivered. I 4a
hereby rite at. uiimm claiming SsMßssaas far loss, .da—
struetlon. dasaac* ar Injury occasioned by th* as*! col
lision, to al* and mak' due proof of their respective claims
before Thomas Alexander. Fsq.. United States Commis
sioner. at his ossc* ia the Pest CSc« fhillil -.. In tha Cttr
of New Tort en or before the Ist day of May. HMO. ax 11
A. M., and also to swear before said Coir: hi said build
ing on th* in day of May. 1M». at 11 A, M.. and aaswer
said petition and libel; otherwise, ther wQI he de<aeUiad>
and barred fron. pArticipatiun la this suit.
Dated New Tors, January 30. 18SO.
United Mates Marshal far th* Hesirhira District ■< $*M
Tork. ■ '
MESSRS. Davis*, STONE A auxrba
Proctors tor r«tltt«aer and Übetlaat. No. r: Vusu streak.
Bun— li of Manhattan. City of New TMB
Mart«r Of the Application of THE ORACB atAFTO*
CHURCH to ehaa*» lt» name to th« "GRACE GOSPEL,
CHI-RCH." • * ■ •••_r*ir.' .
NOTICE 13 HKRF.BY GIVES that Vh« Oraee Baptist
Church..* denaMtle n-UsTUsua corporate situated on 9*S»
hriUf SHr^t la the Dorcußh * Brook. yn. Coonty or
Kings. City and Statist New Tcrfc will apply to the Sa
pr*m« Caurt of ■-- State cf X#w York, at a s>p-cl»l T«ra
thereof ta ■--■, the Coanty Court House. In th« We
ough of Brooklyn. City cf ■■■- Tork, en March Ift. MM
at 10:30 o'clock tn th« forenoon, or as •°^Tj S ssssssssl
ri—Hl can to heard, for an order authorUti»* s*W cor
poratlcn to change tta corporat* naa» «> th« 'Or***_.OC«
p«l Cturch."
Dated. Brooktya. '*««%» "J^ns- chTTRCH.
OROUT. MATER * HTM.. " _ . . ._
Attorneys for Petitioner. 1S» M«mta««» SU'sat, ■••~U>s^

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