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TO FORCE MEAT FAMINE
BOYCOTT DECLARED.
Chicago Strikers Make a Move
Wliich Meant Fight to a Finish.
Cbfeacn. Bept. 2.— "A meat famine will be
forced at all costs. It is the be«t weapon •with
which to fight the trust packers, although It
may not be welcomed by the Independents."
In these words President Lkmnelly of the
Butcherx' .National Organization to-day declared
a boycott against all meat, and announced that
union men would quit in ail packing establlsh
menus, regardless of where live stock is secured.
lJonneliy'e announcement was made at the
end of a meeting of tbe Allied Trades confer-
Bs»« board. The executive board of the Retail
Meat Dealers' Aflßoclaiion. of Chicago, Ixad Just
■ ti-ii Jr. conference with Mr. Donnelly aDd his
associate*, having: come to ask certain conces
sions for the Independent packers, and to seek
authority to attempt to bring about a meeting
between the packer* and representatives of the
strikei s. By Ignoring these latest attempts at
peace and by adopting such an aggressive step
the strike leaders demonstrated their intention
to muke it a fight to a finish.
The following statemeat was given out by
President Donnelly:
The conference board, representing all organ
izations Involved in the preaeut packing house
strike, has taken action to place all meats upon
the unfair list. The order will be sent to every
packing house In the oountry. and no member
of the Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen's
Union will be allowed to dress any animal until
the strike Is settled. The packers have resorted
to extortion as the result of the strike, buying
livestock on the hoof for almost nothing and
fharglng almost any price for the dressed prod
uct. The public will mow be given an oppor
tunity to retaliate by refusing to eat meat until
such time as they can procure the same at fair
market pries*.
Indications are that the five Independent pack
ers within the stockyards inclosure will Join the
big packers in their fight, while those outside
•rill endeavor to continue operation with union
crews. Two of their number received consign
ments of cattle at an outside railroad yard to
day, and will have them driven to the yards
through the streets. Within the yards the In
dependents are obviously preparing for war. a
wagonload of cots having been taken to one
plant.
The police record of the strike at the stock
yards Elation to date reads: Assaults, 40; mur
ders. 4; accidents, I*7; removed to hospitals, 4:?.
With the beginning of the general strike
apralnst all the packing companies, the freight
handlers employed by railroads throughout the
country will be called upon to cease handling
meat. President Donnelly said this afternoon
that the freight handlers will handle no meat
after to-morrow. This was based on action
taken by the Freight Handlers* Union three
weeks ajro. when that organization voted to
support the stockyards strikers to the extent of
boycotting meat shipped by the strike-affected
packers.
Secretary Malley of the switchmen declared
there would be no strike of the switchmen, be
cause the Chicago Junction Railroad Company
has a force of strike breakers ready to step into
their pi
BIG LUMBER PLANT BURNED.
Buildings, Mills and a Steamer Destroyed at
Toledo.
Toledo. Ohio. Sept. 2.— The plant of the Mitchell &
Rowland Lumber Company was completely de
stroyed Is/ fire this afternoon. The loss Is esti
mated at MMI with insurance of $118,000. The
plant occupied about sixty acres, abutting on the
river front, but or.lv about fifteen acres were used.
Sparks from a locomotive ignited sawdust in the
unused portion of the yard. The flames were
thought to have been extinguished, but a sudden
breere fanned them to life and a sheet of flame
Spread over the yard and ignited lumber piles,
buildings and mills at the other end. and In three
hours all were consumed.
The steamer Verona, owned by Gilchriet & Co.. of
Cleveland, which v.a.« cast up on a wharf of the
lumber company by the flood of lam winter, was
burned, as was about one thousand feet of the
planking of the Fassett-et. bridge.
SHAEP DROP
COTTON PRICES.
Leading Bull Operator Sells Out — Decline
of 50 Points.
Heavy liquidation caused a sharp drop in cotton
prices yesterday and threw the local market Into
an unusual state of excitement. General liquida
tion began Immediately on the resumption of busi
ness, following a break of 30 points in futures at
liverpool and the announcement made here by
leading bull operator that he had sold out. At the
start prices were about 30 points lower and sold
off 15 points more In the noon hour, the persistent
celling being based on the belief that the govern
ment crop report would prove much better than
had been expected. The market was flooded with
celling orders from out of town sources.
When the report was announced, soon after 1
.o'clock, the market became still more excited and
prices made an extreme decline of 50 points on the
day. At this level the heaviest seller* of the last
few •days turned buyers, checking a further break.
Washington. Sept. 2.— The monthly report of the
chief of the Bureau of Statistics, of the Depart
ment of Agriculture, will shew the average con
dition of cotton on August 25 to have been 84.1.
us compared with 91. last month. 81.2 on August
25. SUB. 64 on AugUFt 26. V*j2, and a ten year aver
age of 73.2.
LEAK IS COTTON REPORT CHARGED
Savannah Exchange Asks Secretary Wilson
to Investigate.
Savannah. Ga.. Sept. l.—T he committee of In
formation and fftatistim of the Savannah Cotton
Exchange to-day M?r.t a telegram to James Wil
•on. Secretary of Agriculture, stating that the
exact figures of th< -.jrricultural Department's
monthly report were known In Savannah three
minutes l^fore the report was published, and
arklng for an investigation.
COTTON PLANT SHUTS DOWN.
Chlcopee. Ma**.. Sept. 2.— The Chicopee Manu
facturing Company has chut down Its entire plant
until September 12, on account of the Ktatf of the
cotton business Only n half of the plant has been
running for several week*, and it has Iwen on a
four-day schedule cln'-e the early spring.
NEW-HAVEN LABOR DAY SCHEDULE.
On Labor Day. September 5. the steamer Richard
Peck, of the New-Haven Steamboat Line, will
leave this city from Tier 30. East River. Peck Slip,
tit »:30 a- m., and East Thirty-nm-et. at 10 a. m..
Instead of 2:15 and 3 p. m., respectively. Under
this Krhedul*- passengers will be able to leave the
city lor a dellphtful Long Island Sound trip to
New-Haven and return th« same evening.
NEW STREET RAILWAY COMPANIES.
Albany. 6«pt. The Albion and Rochester Rail
way Company was incorporated to-day with a
capital or £300.000. to build and operate a street
surface railway from Eant State-et.. and Butts
Road. Albion. Orleans County, to Lyell-ave.. Roch
ester, a distance of twenty-eight miles.
The Albion and Lockport Railway Company was
also Incorporated to operate a street surface rail
way, twenty-flve miles loft*, from Albion to Lock
port. The capital is C60.00C. The directors of both
of the companies are th* same, as follows: A
K. Patter, of Lockport: Lorenzo Burrows and
Getrt'- B. Church, of Albion; E. C. Lufkin, Clark
L. ham. Charles B. MM and George H. Nlckelo
tit Buffalo ; Reuben A. Adams, of Rochester, and
Klislia Curtlss of Sodus.
NEGRO LEAGUE ELECTS OFFICERB.
I- •••... ■-. Sept. 2.— The National Negro Bubl
■»*s league to-day ejected officers and selected
New-York City for next years meeting place. The
. IBoers chosen are: President Booker T. Waahlng
ton, Tuskecße. Ala.: vice-president, P. A. Pa, ton.
Kew-Tork; secretary, E. J. Scott. Tusktgee, Ala.;
national organizer. Fj-ed R. Moore, Brooklyn •'treas-
L urer. O. C. Harris. Boston, and chairman of mm-
L uilvi; eommUUe. T. T. Fortune. • Red w.t.k N J
ThM convention adjourucc this *ttcrr.eon after
. .resolutions, one of vrhioh denounced
tells of nrriSG stock
Continuation of Northern Pacific
Corner Loss Suit Hearing.
At the continuation of the hearing in the suit of
John J. O'l>-ary, of Chicago, against Sternberger,
Fuld & Sinn to recover |aMM for losses in the
Northern Pacific corner In May, 1901, Maurice M.
Bternberger. of the defendant firm, took the stand
again yesterday. Mr. Sternberger denied receiving
any communication from Kuhn, Loeb & Co. in
regard to a settlement of $150 a share. He declared
he had never acted for O'Leary. He dealt only
with J. J. Till—ill,l ■ ll— ill, of Chicago, but did not know
whom Townsend might be trading for. It developed
that Townsend was O"L«eary's representative.
Henry Wilcox, counsel for O'Leary, examined Mr.
Sternberger in p. rt as follows:
Q.— Did you think Northern T . lflc was worth
$400 a share on May 9? A.— l certainly did.
Q.— On what did you bai»e this valuation? A.—
The market value on the floor of the Stock Ex
change. 1 heard Northern Pacific common bid for
at $235. The next was $300. The next bid I heard
was 1500. The next $600, and then $600 cash was
bid. After that I went to the office of Kuhn. Loci)
& Co. and saw Mr. Kuhn. After I returned to the
floor, about ten minutes later. Mendbam Bros,
offered the stock at $400 and 1 bought It.
Q.— Did you know Kuhn. Loeb (V Co. had loaned
30.000 shares on the £th? A.— l did not.
Q.— You had a conversation with Mr. HHnsheim
er (of Kuhn. 1,0--b & CO before you went to the
exchange, in which he told you you must have the
stock before 2:15 o'clock that day, didn't you? A.—
Yes.
V - Did you not owe Kuhn. Loeb & Co. 200 snare*
of stock? A.— Yes.
Q.— Did you ever make any attempt to Kettle with
them? I made the fight of my life that day to
Ret the stock to Kuhn. Loeb & Co. I went to Mor
gan & Co. I began with Louis Weinsheim before
10 o'clock and begged him to let me have 200 shares
Q.— Had you no suspicion that Morgan & Co. ana
Kuhn. Loeb & Co. were working in some deal,
either together or against each other? A.— l had
some suspicion that something was going on. but
could not tell what it was.
As Samuel Sinn, a member of the defendant firm.
Is in Europe and will not l.» back b-fore October
1, the hearing was postponed until October 4.
IT BE REDUCTION $5 A TON.
General Lowering of Steel Prices Expected
Next Week.
Representatives of the various tube manufact
uring companies met in this city yesterday and
agreed on a reduction of $.'■ a ton. This action
was taken in anticipation of a general reduction in
«te«!l prices next week. The beam and steel plate
associations will meet again next week and fight
out the proposed reduction in prices. The Steel
Corporation is pronounced in declaring in favor of
a cut of at least $5 a ton In structural steel, but
Independent manufacturers appear fully as de
termined to maintain prices, on the ground that to
make a cut now would demoralize the Industry
on the very eve of a revival of business, and
would not result In nn Increase of orders.
A member of the beam pool, who represents
United States Steel, yesterday authorised this
statement:
Unless there is a decided change in sentiment,
quotations for structural steel, plates and pteel
bar* will be from $■"' to $7 a ton lower m-xt week.
The Steel Corporation advocate! .1 redaction, and
the Independents will be compelled to follow it.->
action.
PRICES OF TUBES REDUCED.
Pmsburg. Sept. t— The National Tube Company,
the tube concern of the United States Btee
poratlon. will lasue to-morrow morning ;i new rate
bock chanKiuK the classification and discounts in
the several varieties of the company's product. The
effect of the change is to in. ike ;t reduction In most
sizes. The principal biz« s are redui e<l ;ii>.iut $1 a
ton.
BETHLEHEM STEEL STOCK SOLD.
Other Properties To Be Bought by XT. S.
Shipbuilding Reorganization Committee.
The receiver of the United States Shipbuilding
Company. James Smith. Jr.. sold at public auc
tion yesterday, In Newark, the SOO.OOO shares of
Bethlehem Steel stock held by the Shipbuilding
Company. The only bidder was a representative
of the Standard Trust Company. The upset price
of $7 '.'•«' was bid. Th.- sale was made pursuant
to an agreement between Charles M. Schwab and
the reorganization committee, by which Mr.
Schwab will retain control of the Bethlehem com
pany. William Nelson Cromwell, of counsel for
the reorganization committee, expected that the
other properties would be sold and purchased by
the reorganization committee, and turned over to
the new corporation about to be formed, pursuant
to the plan of reorganization, within sixty day.-*.
DEATH OF WILLIAM G. JONES.
An Investigation yesterday showed thai the death
of William G. Jones, whose body was found In
Jamaica Bay, was from heart disease or apoplexy
There was no water in the lungs, showing that Mr.
Jones was not drowned. He was last seen alive on
Monday, when he started to cross a trestle, over
the waters of the bay, which led to his home, and
it is supposed that when the fata] attack came on
Tie fell into the water. For several years Mr.
Jones was Western Union manager at Philadel
phia, later coming to this city, where he was
day manager of the United Press, afterward flUlng
an editorial position with The Associated Press
He was a native of Pennsylvania, and about fifty
nve years old.
LA BRLTAGNE RESCUES MAN.
He Fell Overboard Off Fire Island — Carpa
thia Brings 2,000 Immigrants.
Nearly two thousand steerage passengers of va
rious nationalities, including a picturesque party of
two hundred colonints. gathered from Uvi nations,
arrlvtd on the Canard liner <"arpathU, from Uv
erpooj yesterday. The eolontets are bound for
Winnippp, wh> re they have l-outrht laiuls. In ?!.!■
band were between forty and nfty women, nn.l
many children. The colonists Include Servians.
Hungarians. Rumanians. Greeks and Austrians.
The immigration authorities found twenty-flve
cases of meaales among the children, and the party
was forced to wait either for the . ■;:•, |
111 to the oontaglous diynse hospital, or for the
Immigration authorities to send them to a hos
pital in Brooklyn.
The officers of the C'arpnthla reported that she
pn € =se<i K.t Bret&gzte, boupd »ut on Thursday.
Off Fire Island a man on the French liner fell
overboard. Boats were lowered and a two hour
search made for him. He was rescued, but
La Bretagne did not signal whether he was a pas*
senger or a member of the crew.
RESCUED THEIR COMRADE.
Brokers Cheer Messenger Boys Who Rout
Indignant Elderly Man.
It was the noon hour In Wall-st. yesterda) .
and the street was crowded. Suddenly, like ■ bolt
from a crossbow, a district ■Mssenger b".v shot
out of the United States Trust Coc&pany*s build
ing. After him sprinted an elderly man In a neat
gray suit and wearing gold-rlmmtd spectacles. De
spite his age he caught the boy before the latter
had crossed the street, and, catching him by the
collar, proceeded to tell him what he thougnt about
messenger buys in general and this one in particu
lar. Forcible adjectives Interlarded his vehement
remarks.
A crowd collected in a moment. Some one ji^k'j
the man what he wanted with the boy. "I want
to hold him until a policeman comes," he snapped,
and renewed his voluble attack on the messenger.
The crowd gathered until it filled the street from
curb to curb. Mingled with it were many messen
ger boys. No policeman was in eight.
As the old man continued to berate the boy the
other messengers wormed their way to the centre
of the crowd, and suddenly pounced on the angry
man. He at on. executed a eomersault and land
ed on the pavement. Then th« blue-coated cohorts
had a game of handball, with the old man as the
balL They didn't hurt him; they simply had fun.
and they completely ruined his temper. His lan
guage was of the most sulphurous description. And/
still no policeman appeared, and the crowd cheered
the messengers. At last the victim, covered with
mud and dust, and his straw hat battered, broke
through the ring of his tormentors and ran to Will
iam-si., where he disappeared. The original cause
of the trouble, of course, got away safely. and no
policeman appeared, even after the battle. /
SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS. /
San Francisco. Sept. 2.— The official closing quota
tions for mining stocks to-day were as follows:
Alia (to Juatlcc ■ 09
Alpha Cba 11 j Kentucky Con ...„ ' ' '.. 01
Andes is L. Wash Con I . (*»
Belcher 21 Mexican ..' m
Beat * Belcher 1.20 Occidental Cm .1 . n
Bumon 26 Ophlr J. ..... 23:'
CMedonla • • 60lOve.nnan J[ M
Challenje Con 18'Potosl V. I*
Chollar l.Veiivag* 17.7.71" .10
Confidence 601 Sag- Belcher ...:*.'.;...;; 11
Con Cal &Va l.Oft Sierra Nevada 1. . ... . (]
Os« Imperial 01 Syndicate . J. " * 02
<Yown Point 15 ft. UouU I~ ...... Jo
Gould & Cunr.^ a Union Con ...I."""; 39
Hair & KorcTot 60 Utah Con ....1... 07
Julia <© yellow Jacket / ltt
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER & 1904.
GRAIN DOING WELL IN KANSAS.
Crop Conditions as Given by the State Board
of Agriculture.
[HY TEI.F.GKAPH TO THE TRIBI'NE.I
Topeka. Kan . Sept. 2— The State Board of Agri
culture to-day Issued a bulletin giving the acreage
and yield of winter wheat and the condition and
acreage of the growing corn. The report Is based
on statements made by dozens of wheat growers in
every township. The yield of wheat for the present
year is £'•>•■:-. as 63.421.15 C bushels, or an average of
less than eleven bushels an acre for the 5,816.395
acres sown. While the yield is 32 per cent smaller
than that of last year, which broke the record for
the yield of any State.. It is greater than the aver
age yearly yield for the last ten years. Seventy
per cent is reported to be good grain.
The corn area of the State Is reported as 6,4*2,521
acres, and the present average condition is given
as €o per cent. The condition Is no better than It
was a year ago, and the acreage little greater than
a year ago. No estimate is made of the probable
corn yield.
MYSTEKY OF SPAHR'S DISAPPEAEANCE
Warned from Stern of Boat Three Times,
Sailor Says.
London, Sept. g. — Regarding the disappearance
of C. B. Spahr, FMitor of •'Current literature," of
New- York, K. W. Ordway, of Brooklyn, his travel
ling companion, made the following statement to
Tho Associated Press to-day:
Accompanied by Mrs. Ordway and myself Mr.
Spahr left New-York on July 7 for Trieste. From
Trieste w-> went through Austria and Germany to
the Rhine, and thence to Brussels, which we left
on the morning of August M for « tstend. During
our Journey -Mr. Spaiir suffered from fits ot ner
vous depression, but they gradually became less
frequent. A 1 Ostend, where we remained three
hours, he evinced considerable Interest In th*»
We eventually took the .=te.-imer Prince
Albert for Dover. We had obtained Homo New-
Tork papers, and. while crossing the Channel, Mr.
Spahr discussed In a natural manner the news
contained In them. Occasionally he would leave ns
for a minute or two. and then return. We missefl
him soon sifter we passed the lightship, not far
from Dover, and Immediately Instituted h search.
formed th.- captain when we arrived at
Dover, ar.-i he began a thorough search for Mr.
Spahr. but found no train, of nim. A Bailor re
ported that he had seen .Mr. ripahr standing at the
stf-r:: ai .him about the time we came to th>* light
ship; but. subsequently, he rejoined Mrs Ordway
and myself. The sailor said he ordered Mr. Spahr
from the stern three different times. No person
saw him after he left us th.» last time. Mrs. Ord
way ami myseif .saw nothing unusual in ills de
meanor.
Mr. and Mm. Ordway will sail for New-York on
the Cunard Line steamer Auranla on September 8.
MUST REFUND "HEAD TAX."
San Francisco Collector of Customs Made
Tourists Pay Like Immigrants.
San Francisco. Sept 2.— United States Circuit
• w h.'.s decided the suit of the Oceanic
Steamship Company against Collector of Customs
Strutton Judgment was given for tho company.
The suit was ior the recovery of $4Ai fin the "head
tax" collected for the landing of 2M tourists In
transit through the country to » foreign port.
Ail immigrants are required t<i pay the he«t| tax,
1-.t1 -.t an ad of Congress exempts tourists and others
■ ipect to remain in America. Commis
sloner Sargent, however, made It a department ml*
that the steamship lines be required to pay the
tax of S2 on all passengers not American. Judge
Monow held that the collection of the tax on
tourists was !n direct contravention of the act
exempting such classes of tourists from taxation.
EX-JUDGE CHARGED WITH THEFT.
Lyman S. Burr, of New-Britain, Conn., to
Appear in His Former Court.
New-Britain, Conn.. Sept. i.yman S. Burr, for
merly Judge of the city and police courts and for
more than twenty years a practising attorney of
this city, was arrested to-day, charged with em
bezzlei I of funds from the estat.- of Timothy
W. Loomls, amounting to $5.4:<3 53. The Judge re
tired from the bench i luse of deafness two years
apo. He attracted attention on th* day of his last
sitlins In th» court by giving vent to certain
atheistic utterances, which were wide printed
Th* Juilg.t has been popular, and hi has been
prominent In fraternal and military circles. He
was .!• talni d un-i'-r $5,000 bonds. To-morrow he
will be brought before the court <>%-er which he
presided for many years, He Is about Hfty-one
years old. and has a wife and family.
NEGROES STRIKE IN NEW-ORLEANS.
New-Orleans. Sept. 2.— A strike of the negro team-
Eters who haul cotton has gone into effect to-day
Not a bale of cotton was movid In the city, and
th- efforts to l>rlnK about a compromise of the dlf
ferences between the draymen and the teamsters
have- failed. The teamsters presented a new sched
ule for 1904-' OS in ugast. coupling it with con
ditions objectionable to the draymen.
SPECIAL FIREWORKS FEATURE TO-NIGHT.
The Fall of Port Arthur, the only reproduction
of this elaborate set nrepiece, which was the
feature of the recent carnival of lire, will be given
this evening In Pain's Amphitheatre at Manhat
tan Beach, In addition to the Decatur spectacle,
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Tin- following p*Utl mi In bankruptcy were among thos*
filrd yesterday:
FRANK KAI IN. liquors, No. CM East Twelfth St.; I!a
bllltles, $.r..t:!».-.;. r ..t:!».-.; a^-tr-. $•;:>. Th«- principal ••■ lit r | (
Jao.l. Hupif rt. No. U. > Fifth aye.. ifl>H>. wcund by
chattel uioitKate 1 "-
An Involuntary etitlon way Died against the KEW
YORK SPECIAL DELIVERY COMPANY of Nn». «. 8
and 0 Beventh-ave.; by A DUBB an.l othl crfditora,
with rlali:^ aK K reir-.itlr:;{ Sl.osr,. Th.- alleged bankrupt
minis a Kfti.-ral amtsnmrnt on May I lam. which Is com
plalned or us an u.n constituting bankruptcy.
JUDGMENTS.
The following Judgment! «•« • i■• among thoa» filed >•<■»
teniay; thr- (iist name U that of the debtor:
.Breterroan. Charlea, and Mathew Dershad X
Weber and another $1 4«7
Elaine— A Hir;"hei 1,221
Friedman, .K>n.<s- -S l"'-:n ■> •■!■ 1,544
The Sm''kfl»s Calorific l'orapan> — KnKine«Tlng
ami Ml Un« Journal 873
Shaplra, Solomon A— I Polack 1.77
Welderman, Morris, and John It Simpson N-w
Fork Architectural Terra Cbtta Company 1177
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
Th<» following satlsfled JudgßteaU wen among those
filed --unlay; the Oral name is that of the dehtor, the
seoinj that ■■: 1: ■ creditor and date win n Judgment was
filed:
Port. Virginia. w— M Hennan — October IB ISftfl $1 43.)
llutkr>ff. Muthi-w— TO Knight— December 3. i:»>:{ 833
Karp. tool*— H Snydcr — October 1-. i!«tt 1,088
JUDGMENT i:ki.kam;i>.
Simon, Monro»- I^— First National Bank of Jeraey
November 28. 1908 $7,242
MAHINE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE AI.-.ana'-
Sunrise s:2slSuneet B:34|Moon risea ll^siMoon's ace —
HIGH WATER.
A.M.— Sandy Hook 12:14 JGov. Island U:4«|H«11 Gate 23a
P.M.— Hook l:00|Gov. Island 1:22, Hell Gale 8:25
INCOMING. STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
Vessel. From. , #_„
•Philadelphia Southampton. August 27. ...An.:" an
•Campania U/erpool, Augu»t27..r <-unard
City of Atlanta Uavanr.ah, August » CU " arJ
Smten Gibraltar. August l» _!_Lf
Frtn! Oritar. . Naplc. IS 16 .Ha- -A m
'■ ll l ! »» ■ ..Kaptea, August 17
Bernard j. Para, August 21 I.'Ml.'.'
•Brlagß n.^il.
/ OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY.
A| V "* Sel^° IJue. Mall closes. \alfi'
Ala /no. Galreston . „5" _
Autllla. Hahamas, via Nassau 12:00 m a : (>oSm
Cherokee. Turks Island and Dominican •""
. Republic 12:30pm 8:00 m
Laurentian. Glaignw 1 -uo n m
Saratoga. Bahamas, via Nassau 12:00 m 3 00nrn
Viellancla, (,'uba. Yucatan, etc & :00 am 1 1 :«>: «> a m
Capria. British i.uiana. — i 0:00 am l'mi m
Comancbe. Charleston. VfCirT~.
Rio Orandt. Brunswick, . a'-oo^, m
Ft. Taul. Southampton, American 6:30 am 030 am
Umbria. Liverpool. Cunard 6:30 am lo'-OO a m
Kroonland. Antwerp, Rod Star 8:30 am lo'ao a m
Anchorla. Glasgow. Anchor 9:30 a m 12u> m
ITlllSllSlsala. Curacao. Red D ,H:3oam 12 00 m
SHIPPING NEWS.
Port of New-York, Friday, Sept. 2, 1904.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Campania (Br). Prttchard. Liverpool Auirust
27 and Queenstown 23. to the Cunard Ss Co Ltd with
paosenKers. mails and mds«. Southeast of Fire Island at
6:12 p m.
Steamer Clan Macmlllan i.Br). Wadge Glasgow August
20. to Barber & Co. la ballast. Arrived at the Bar at
5 D 171.
Steamer I^a Savolo (Fr). Poirot, Havre August 27 to
the Conip*«nle Uua»-ri= S^^xattfintl'jue, with Mi cabin
Lots of time this morning to send
you anything man or boy wears;
'phone us.
The shutters don't go up until 12;
then they stay up until Tuesday.
Rogers, Peet & Company.
158 Broadway, cor. Warren.
opposite City HalL
HZ Broadway, cor. 13th. IVe fill orders
am! 140 to US 4th Are. by mail.
1280 Broadway, cor. 32.!.
and 54 West 33.-1 St.
ami 4.1 i» stMragf IMIIIIIHin malls and mcJse. Arrived
m the Bar at 4:22 p m.
Bteamer Roshtath tHr), Flndley. Port Spain, with
atphnlt to the New-York and Bermudei Co. off the
I!!gh!anfls at "-' pm.
Steamer i >„ r.,;.. IHr), English, Harry August IS, to
Barber & Co. In ballast. Arrived at the T?ar at 8■ m.
Steamer Tintoretto <Br\ Matheson, Santos AUK"?t s>.
Kio Fanelro 15, Bah la IH ami Barbados 38, to Husk A
Jevona, with 14 cabin and M sto»-rasce passengers, malls
an.l ln.ise. Arrived at the Bar at .":V.T a m.
Strainer Bernard (Tin. Pmon. Manaoa Autrust iT ana
I'.-^ra 21. to Kooth & Co with nuls.-. Arrived at the Har
at 3:30 p m.
Steamer Havana. Robertson. \>ra Cruz August "J."..
ProKrwo 27 and Havana 30, to James E Ward A Co. with
Wl passengers, mails mil mdse. Arrived at the Bar at
11:45 a 111.
Steamer Santiago. Jones. Tamplco Auptist 24 and
Havana 29. to James i: Ward & Co. with l> l>a*senK>Ts.
mails and sad •• Arrived at the Mar at -■-- i> m.
Steamer HI Sud. Hi<Klns, Galreston August 27. to the
Southern Pacific Company with mdse. l>ft quarantine
at 4:00 p m.
Steamer s Oteri, Hotviiie, Port Antonio Aupu.«* 2«. to
the United Knilt Company, with .". naisentcera and fruit.
Arrived at the liar at 11:30 v m Ist.
Steamer El Cid. Baker, Orleans August 27. to th-
Southern Pacific Company, with indue. Left Quarantine
at 7 in
Strainer City of Memphis, Bunt Savannah August 81, to
th« Ocean Sk Co vlth passengers :ind mdoe. Left Quar
antine at 7:35 r> m.
Steamer Monroe. Bulphers, Newport News and Nor
folk, with pass«n*;en and mdse, to the Old Dominion Ss
Co. Left Quarantine at 2:27 p m.
Steamer Chesapcak*. Delano. Baltimore, to II C Foster,
with nulpe. Left Quarantine at '■' '• a m.
Steamer Benefactor. Swain. Philadelphia, to 'William V
Clyde & Co. with -;•>.• !.• '■ Quarantine, at 4:4* pm.
Steamer New -York. Staples. Huston, with mdse. to
William V Clyde * Co. Ka.st >T Kire Island lit 11 : 1 a a in.
Steamer Old Dominion, Burton, Boston with piis.-ens-rs
nrid mdse. to the Joy S.-* Co. SuUthtaat of Fire Island at
■. M 11 m.
Steamer Tallahassee, Johnson Boston, to the Ocean Ss
Co, with mdM !»•■■ Quarantina at 2:4s j> m.
Bteamer Koas Haakon <Nor). Larson. I'liley'a Island,
X P. August 20. to •' A HiTyoy & Sons, with copper ure.
Arrived nt th« Par si n.x>n.
Sandy Hook, S J. Sept 2. 9:30 p m—W ind Fouth-south
west llffht; cloudy.
"Their First 'Bay at School"
The Tribune's Sunday
Magazine To-morrow
SAMUEL GOMPERS. President of the American Federation of Labor.
tell? the Labor Day, wl eh will be celebrated this year in thirty-three State?.
"THE KIDNAPPER" • of a
mi:i- ■ >lboy, i-v Emerj Pol
"UP THE JFNGFRATV Description of a curious
tunnel railroad ' - approach the
heights of this celebrated glacier corered mountain.
A dainty sketch about
A POOR M«>l HERLESS PONY, iniCTeetingrj told by
Mr~. Agnee Morley < heveland.
••on? LADY OF THE GROTTO." Portrays a
tin; . m brought erer from Sunny Italy.
I> scribed by Minnie J. Reyi
The Tribune
Illustrated Supplement
AN ANCIENT PIKE TEMPLE OF PERSIA.
Pictured and described by Prof. A. V. Williams
Jackson, of Columbia College.
••MEXICAN' BULL FIGHTS." TW ccatesu are
held regularlj near the bordei ol New-Mexico and
are liberally patronized by Americans from over
the line.
"BLOWING OF THE SIIOFAII." Peculiar cere
mony connected with the celebration of the Hebrew
New Yen.
TOWN HOUSE AXD COUNTBT HOME OF MB&
WALKER, of Philadelphia, who recently inherited
$<;o,< mjo.ooo.
F^.ead -the JVetv-yorK Sunday Tribune
Amusements.
BELASCO S TO-NIGHT
j , UEXRLETTA
!iP r GROSMAN
I| (. in David Belasco's Naur Play.
SWEET KITTY BELLAIRS
ID SEASON IX N. Y. THREE WEEKS ONLY.
AERIAL GARDENS. Last Week of Season.
Kay Templeton. & I iff fa nf Fyp»l/thips^P ff . enl> "
Peter F l>ailev. « LUllo U» C *9i JiilUJg ßeview."
Next Monday BROADWAY THEATRE. Seats ready.
NEW YORK THEATRE. Evgs. at •:»* Last Mat.
# m U 2 THE MAID »2 MUMMY
Next Men.— Denman Thompson. "Old Homestead."
A \JCDIfsAU < Xv « < ' 8.15. MAT. TO-DAY. 25 * 50c.
s\^l! G in N lwHlT£ TIBH£SS OF JAPAN
PHAMMERSTEIN*fI 4?<J St.. B'way * "th Art.
AKADISE ROOF GARDEN. Last Week. ,
13 810 VAUDEVILLE ACTS * Extravagania.
a »A MC* C* "l* l B'way A 59th st. Ev. S:IS.
MA J fc. OI I U - Mats - TO-DAY & Labor Day.
BYB V Whitney. 'piquant IQI C (\C epjnF
MCsicAL mixture. loLh Ur Oriwt
II AEI CU i '••■ S. M' 1 " - Mat - (Labor Day>. Seats ready.
HARLEM. i hh LlllLt PKl!>itt^
HOI >K. Special Pop. Priced Matinee Wednesday.
w -VrHrf^E.- Mat.Tody.L'borD'yAWed^ with
LYRIC THE ROYAL CHEFi,^
P K J»atlTTLEllinr,iSE rl - ? i^ 1
So'iCKIHOE-S^'PIFF.PiFF.POOF
SPECIAL MATINEE LABOR DAY. SEPT. 5.
BAH.
Steamerß Mascot (Nort, for TUt Cove; Celtic (Br). I.lv
erp'ol- Drnmelslar (Br>, Dairjuirl: Moorish Prince «Br>,
Kernambu.o. etc; JertVrson. Norfolk and Newport News;
Tallahassee. Savannah: Comanche. Charleston and Jack
(onviUe; Rio Grande, Bronswtck and Mobile.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
FOREIGN rons
Liverpool. Kept 2 — Arrived, steamer Armenian (Rr).
Howarth. New-York.
Plymouth Sept - S ■ m— Arrive.!, steamer Blueoher
' (Ger>? Kopff, New-York for Charkoani ami liamburK
land proceeded ).
Dover S.pt 2 2:4-1 m— Sailed, steamer Hamburg; (Oer>.
H;'irm.i.-te'r iftotn llamburei. New-York.
London Sept 2— Arrived at ilrav>.*-i.|, steamer St An
drew il!r>. FlUgeraW, New-York for Antwerp.
Hall Sept I— Sailed, steamer Martello (Br), Ulnßham.
New-York.
Queenstuwn Sept 2. 7:"7 a m — Arrlve.l. steamer Lucanla
(Hrt Watt, New- York for Liverpool (and proceeded*.
St Michaels. -;. , i I—rawed,1 — rawed, steamer tins 01 Torino
Utah Galleto Naples an.l Genosj for New-York.
Copenlisix'en Aug 31— Sailed, steamer Island it>.in>. Hahn.
New-Tork.
Hambunr. S>pt ■_• It a m — Arrived, steamer Phoenicia (Of).
Schmidt, ' New-York.
Genoa. Srpt •_• 8 a m — Arrived, steamer Prim Adalbert
(Uer), Schaars -hml It. New-York.
Mefsimi. A:_' 2H— Sailed, steamer EfaHrlek House ißri,
M Nal ! New-York.
Port Said. Sept 2— Arrived, steamer Charles Tlbenthlen
<Fr> I.» Kol New -York, for SLan«hal.
Perlm. Sept '-— Passed, steamer Needles *Br). Turner.
New ; York for Shanithai.
Sln«nr"">re. Sept 2 -Arrived previously, steamer Anlova
(Hr>. Smith. New -York for Manila.
A Unique and Interesting Work of Art, by
B. CORY KILVERT, Is Used for the Cover of
IT MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED.
The contents of the Magazine will also be
particularly strong. Note the following list :
Will also have many attractive features:
EM pi IP THEATRE— 4Oth * B'wwr-
Fir I IV JL# OPENS NKXT MONDAY.
JOHN DREW $£%£££&*.
DALY'S B* way & 30th St. i Matlne«
*-**+■*•**■ >J ETrainu at «i. < To-day. 2.
EDNA MAY ir
rßlTFJ?in\ THEATRE. 44th St. and B'way.
\_IM • LIVIU.I BVsm »:3a Mat. To-day.
WILLIAM In Richard Harding PaTlafa Varee,
COLLIER ME DICTATOR.
SAVfIV THEATRE. 34th St.. near BTway.
J a 'v » Ev'gs. S:l3. Mats. Wed. * Sa
Mrs. Wiggs^ the Cabbage Patch.
RAID SO THEATRE. 35 th St. * B'way.
llLr\nLL> 3V» LAST MAT. LAST NIGHT.
SAM In the farcical Comedy with muslo,
BERNARD--THE GIRL FROM KAY'S
Original Co.. IncL HATTIE WILLIAM* *
GARRICK THEATRE . t-Mllt -Mll r r^r.
iStiSXSSg^ MILITARY MAD
KNICKERBOCKER. 38th PL and Broadway.
NEXT .MONDAY— Tickets Now on Sale.
LULU GLASLR *^S£T
MANHATTAN BEACH | The Strollers
BY UNIVERSAL DESIRE
THE GREAT SET PIECE
PORTARTHUR
WILL BE REPATEI>
TO-NIGIIT
WITH GEMS OP THE CARNIVAL.
I P\ I >fcf M Flames. Th» Pass— ef
I »»•%«« )«.« . India. B. R. T. Exprens from
Luna Park, BrlcJffe. 88 minutes. Iroa
! [ I Mlft 1 steamboat Coupon ndmlts ta
L.UIIU I Ul l\l rark. Uneqnalled br Imltu
ton. Ask your neighbor.
r»p » m/sr A WORLD'S FAIR IN ITSELF,
U f\^lH/\lYl.- Coolest and most attractWa
I ANT) permanent exTHJultSon.
I Ar% II Bathlnr. S3c.
«-' r * i *-' rr*e TandeTUle. Admlssioa 19a.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. l*th St. * Irrtna PI.
EXTRA MATINEE LABOR DAT. ; ;
C T-T TIT" 4T" 3HL £■ <n S thos. vr. Rom.
Prices 23. 50. 73. 1.00. Mats. To-day & Wed.. 2. Ev«.. 8:1S»
WAI I APlf'C stssji If Mat. Today * Mon.. it*.
IVALLAwIV « •'■'■"- Ade's Quaint Comedy. TUB
COUNTY CHAIRMAN
WEST EM) NAT. M. WILLS "B— s of Re»t-**
Next Monday Mat. — "Mora To Be Pitied Than Scorned.'*
(ONKV I»U\M> JOCKEY Clt'n.
CONEY ISLAM) JOCKEY CUB.
i:.\(isr. at nHEF.PSHEAO bay.
Au«rust 17 to Sept. to. I:J>"> ■>. M. Rain or ihlgt.
7TH I>.\Y. FLATBISH and «
"Til DAY. CKXTURY other men.
Leave East 34th St.. E. R.. via I. T. R. R. at It
A M. 13:1*. 12:40. 12:50 (1:00 Parlor Car Train). X 11.
1:40. 2:10. 2:40. ■:!• P. M. Take ferryboat foot White
hall st.. X. V.. 11 A. M.. and thereafter every JO min
utes, conneotina; at 39th st.. Brooklyn. 30 minutes by
Brooklyn, Rapid Transit. All Brooklyn trolley earn
transf«r direct to track. Concert by Lander.
(.HAND STAND. $3.00. FIELD STAND, lie.
'ON AN IRTSFT JArNTTNG CAR." Humorous
aketdi by Scram MacManus.
"AN OLD MAUVS HUSBAND." Remarkable 3 tory
by Clara Morris.
"COWARD ADAM." A canstic and characteriatio
aniclo by Marie Corel li.
"WIDOW O'GKATIUS PROPOSAL/ L*a p Year
■torj by Wiiiiam Glynn.
SENTIMENTAL AND HUMOROUS SOTS by
Euphemia Holdea, Helena Smith, Lance Pierson,
M rria Wade, Kate M. CSeary, Warwick Jamea
Price and many other noted authors.
"COLONELS IN PINATORES." R.nnl chndrrn
who conmiand regiments bofore they can walk.
By Ex-Attache.
SUBWAY SHOPS. Th.^ eonveniomv and vahie of
these stores, which will be located under ground.
HUMAN NATURE SIDE OF A GKEAT MILT.
TARY CAMP, such as that at Manassas this week.
"BLACK HAND." Cradle in Xaplw, Italy, of thLs
detested organization.
NEW AND IMPROVED LIFE SAVINC, STA
TIONS, which are gradually taking the place of
old ones along the Atlantic Com*.
Amusement*.
The Turf.

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