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1HE SUN FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 IBM 9
FIGHTING THE SUBWAY MEN
SLUtC llttlN covpAtnra no
jrcja ro roAr tnn ttmtTAiA
ck Alie that the Baatal Ar r rlt
Ml ae > fltc Orslrej ta 1p ar 3et
nnt Thtr Auk th CrI > to Hav Uaw
Math a Mimaaatr 1v Chare
Aaotbtr bit electric llghttns tight lion I had
which Involve the wholaubay question and
the cot of llihtlng to public and prlvat eon
um r Th eeotrto lighting companIes ire
ihs acgretsors and ther allege verr irou
tbln te mlor acainst the Subway Company which
the companies a
ot forcing on
ttr aocut forln cmpan8
e
the leA of price than L In effect any
bsr elM
Bull hr were bestm r trdar against the Con
undated Telegraph and Electrical Subway
OcBpanyby the DrdUd Electrlo Light and
Power Companr The United States Illumlnat
jm Company and the Brush Electric llluml
Cmpar
Biting Company the HarUm Electric Light
lAa Cmpanr and the Manhattan Electrlo
light Companr It Ii 1 expected that the
Jb Cmpay companies will be
otter electric lighting compalel wi bIn
er sulm Th mute are bell
rla similar 8ult a Inat
toUd to ditermlna the amount of rental
which th Subway Company has a right t
te restrain the Subway Com
charge and also to rtAln te Cm
eme with the cable and
paul from interfering wih ad
other property of the lighting companies in
subways Judge Barrett on Wednesday
granted temporary injunction restraining
venlnc Irantd lomporar In unotonl
straining the Subway Company from Intorfer
tnlua
ing with the cables Thoso injunctions were
erved yesterday upon the officers of tbo Sub
Company and the motion to mako them
way moton
Cmplr
permanent comes uo for argument next Tues
day Joseph 1 Choat Is I one ot the lawyer
retained br the electric lighting companies
Tb electric tight companies allege this state
of rat The Consolidated Telegraph and
Electric Subway Company has heretofore by
virtu ot Its contract with the Hoard of Eleo
trleslControl enjoyed a monopoly of bulldlnc
inlwMS Of the 3000000 of stack of this
ccmpsny flGOjOOO Is owned b tha Metropol
tmpnr
itan Telephone and Telegraph Company
100000 by the Edison Electric Illuminating
Compaar 4380 shares by Edward Lauterbaoh
1500 shares by Ui > > North American Under
Ir
ground Construction Company and the re
maining shares by miscellaneous holders It
malnleharo Mr Lauterfoach at a recent
via mtetlnu ot the Board of Electrical Control that
bonds had been plaooil upon tbe subways to
the amount of st 750000
The Telephone Company Is supposed to have
furnished most of tbe money heretofore need
ed for the building of subways About 630
milts of duct lor telephone and telegraph pur
poses have been constructed CIO miles for
ctneral eleetrlJ light and power purposes and
MIRon Company by reason of Its being a
stockholder has been specially favored and
his lon allowed to build Its own system of
sDbwas and lAs laid for its own use about
JO miles 01 ducts The other electric lighting
coniafliel laln boon compelled to occupy tho
subways built by the Sutmny Company and at
the present time nro doll tbi creator part of
their tla througli tbom minI for this
purpose ltoeelner about 180 miles of duct At
the present time although 1 groat amount of
tho work laid out for the present season has
not yet been done the work of building sub
was tins been praotlcally stopped by the hub
way Company
Uurlni Ibl last year there have been serious
controversies between the electric lighting
companies and the Subway Company over sev
eral matters it bn bon aliened that tho telephone
erl mller
ephone people nnd the Ellison people were
managing the luuwai regardless of them in i
terests ui the electric lighting companies and
were endeavoring to make the businesses un
jirofllable as possible Tbu principal trouble
lowever hAS boon oier rentals The Subway
Company has claimed the right t collect rent
als at the rte of U1 a mile for duct threa
Inches lu duunetor This Is the size of almost
nil the ducts used by the electric lighting com
pmes and they have always regarded these
rentals a unreasonable and relu ed to Day
them They lurtliermore contend that such a
rental places a burden upon the electric light
lag I basinets which will either force the elec
tric lighting companion tn do their busluers at
a serious loss or compel them to aduiuco their
rate for electric lighting so that tbe people of
Kew York will have to pay much more than is
paid la other cities
Beveral months ago several of the electric
lighting companies filed protests with the
Boa of Electrical Control against tbe scale
ot rentals Tbfe protests were relerred to
Cot Kearney tbe engineer of the Hoard
Finall on Bent I Cot Kearney made his re
port vrhlch did not throw much light upon tbe
mate pr There wa a long dissuasion at this
meeting of the Board and the electric lighting
companies demanded an investigation to test
the accuracy ot the statement ot the Hubway
Company that the SubwayS already built had
es more thAn 1800000 The matter was
deferred forconslderatlon at a meeting to bo
held the subsequent raton but there has been
no moctlni of the Board since
All of the electric lighting companies affirm
that the rentals are unfair und Illegal lad they
resist the collection on this ground although
coin of the ioniranle h ive paid the Subway
Company lure sums of money under protest
Tale has become especially neco sarr recently
a the ttibway toimmny relured to allow any
cnmnany to occupy 1 nnw duct unless rentnl
abe rale prHrlod was paid yearly in ad
vance Maters Imvo been iTOUpnt to a crisis
br notices Herved ii lon aii the electric lighting
companies by the Subway Company demand
ins I payment on or afore I yesterday and
threatening to < ut and remove from the sub
vats the tables of the electrlo lighting com
panies In cats tie payments demanded were
lot mae Thereupon the companies obtained
inranctlons and they piopose to contest tho
matter vgnrnuily pIOfoe to
laul D Crnvath of counsel for three of the
tqmpanies sild yesterday n gnrdlng tho light
iwpoitkn of the United Mates and
Brain Ciiiiiiinlps cud the United Klectrlo
IjUnt and lower Company Is exceedingly
flmple c The u > e o the subways Is abso
lutely I essential to our business and we have
U n occuprlnc them to the fullet DOslble
extent In iood faith We have always been
willing to pay the Hubway Company a fair
remit so think the rentals sought to be
cpincea are too high We do not think ft 108
b8o dcoide Intolllkeutly what the rentals
should t until th t08t of the subways has
been determined Vo are not willing to accept
thevery rapoere statements on this point fur
nihedby the buliTny Company Many weeks
ZOvka tb hoard or ilaclrfcal Control to
invwUcatstboccBtol hubnayg themselves hut
it blinot bci 1 done nl Mt Tho demand of the
sabwiv Company against UR forjentols and
other laoup to Out 1 of this year Is about
17000u N Our payments to them amount to
ii more > thin SIIOJ and wo tlem that we have
airtMy paid them more than they am entitled
JJB we do not propose to pay anything
PV or unUI I a fair rental has been iliad upon
iVi Kff forced 10 obtain an Injunction at this
ZIftieulsr time hr reason of the threat of the
bubwayCotnpetuy to Interfere with our cable
hi bwT hOI 141 Intorrut olr
Ia tbi In Ian unless wo acondud to tbolr ills
gl I dmald a tart ° r which i that we shall
iotoniy 111lr 1br ijemsuds for lentol hal
Miltii I 1MO but In pay them rentals at the
Rl lot fWW jar mIle ier duct In sdftr3ce for
StRST year < ndlncOct 11691 I they sue
eNded In thi conoct
JJM S ni IAnda thee Would I collect
oriwo Jan rental about Ul8 amount which
oar olialon tbo duct coat We propose to
tiet our > property and our ullomul who
z upon us for electric light anuS
t uike oursolves do not wish to pay
IIY
Ut t tito J bs telsphonoEdisonIiuiway l
lIpbonoEllonuhwa
10 iOpoIy W e thin ¼ that our ciitomr mid
city IOu ILO I puolln at laiu liens > much
leIOu the companle tomlh In cur
aot 1 10 fracture ibriiiiKh I tbu medium
t tt4COurts durDI trsutmmeut troll lu Hub
r
oIflliD Tis Hulutrity COp3pmItiy luau lor
n UIJen trying t nUtruet the liuiincm
u trylllil lhe
0 ml lm ClrTPlllrllln Ollnplllel Iti ursrv I
eII They bans virluad IlrAr11I
4inbwyi IU for our uc although the work
ln seems to bo puahcd
II
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SfOusl lr W 1 111 sojuts very etyotiji vlwI
Itlt r111 for title juecuilir attitumle of
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III IO
I lbs prOlr bublIc tl cow fut whIch wIll come out
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m night t4n1 hi and hll wle utundbd
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il sMj guide iliiogs blisS oun4 lb
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150 I 5 Hours r Devoted of riiovED M8U KKHIM IllllUWIN MANUAL to AND the will U
wt
qualify I any penon of ordlnarr Intelllifeuce wuo
E rr m 1fl
now baa no kuowiedf I e of tonkkeeploir for fllllof a
lilxb salaried pneltlou at U > olckeei > er OnAranteed
NII teacher required Uooer rcfiiniled I purchuer
It tried fur aSCiI apoalllon dI found Incompetent
Outc41 copies old I up to Oct 19 I IXttt IIlt
rnonllll ricelved Price pu5 l PJ411 Hend for
lupaie descriptive yampblet J Ii l OOOUVriN
room SS lait OroadwarT New 1orlOOOIIN
LONG LIVE
OUR BISHOP
NOTICEParade Day
Saturday Oct 18 For thia oo
coaion Jailor Hpouial Inducornorita
Fino PHnco AJbfirt fin its from 110
to 6JJj worth from f2i to fflff
IJluuU Corhuerow ami Ilroudclotli
1uutH t2 W f1 j worth fl i fl 8
KIKCIAb Tlio who raniiot
alfonl to my J will loan wiiilri in
Ciituwuy aud 1rinco Alburtu from
flW Ut j
Boys Parado Day Huoday Oct
10 Bpedfll priM in Uovn Cloth
Ifu Jiluo and Hluck HuHs from
fM to tr Dark Mixod CUlld
Jcrf from H 1 to e i
I
CAMERON
l 202 Flatbusli Av Brooklyn j
WILL I BETUBN
I flpttt e Se t Prbse
appsree ef Ike OHrTTkat O raU
yptss 1
Thr can bo llttla doubt that ths crip
which plkyd such sad haT last yT baa not
only left t effeots upon a creat many Cut
ems tn b returning in various looallttt
All phrMclana report that there II I a alarming
prevalenee ot nearr colds accompanied br all
gnu > l symptoms ilany people take Cle easier
Ulan Utore other ar trouhlwl with weak
eyes headachea Ac bI tID II not only
come to those who Were laid low br the irnp
last year but are alto rUltlnff many who
ar iltnl
escaped 1alns neuralgia lassitude a th I
<
symptoms ate present
at
Every leading physician who treated th
grip last Maoon prescribed ttmnlanU The
weakening depressed stats of the body de
manded this and there arennmeroneae on
record whtre pure whiskey I d the line of
ton and women who r fast drifting toward
the sraTft Asia all othr thing howsTer th
purity of an article determine its valne > and
to say that ordinary whisker will assist Is
or
absurd It lion r pure whiskey w a medial
nal quality which can De mad aTailablnd
It I quAltrwhlOb that Cuffys Pr Malt
whlaker ha shown Itself to bs immeasurably
auoorlor to any other known stimulant The
attention of the best physicians has been
drawn to this tfth and th fact that they ar
ane tlr
tiresorlblna this whiskey constantly Is the
highest Ilrall thy could bestow Prof Joseph
eph Iarrlih says We know that whiskey
will ted the heart low the pull calm ex
11
cltoment and wa ought to aM It lie rry
cartful hoWever that yon secure only the I
genuine and such na has by years of popu
irlty been provnn purest and belt in other
xvorususa only Duffys
WIISIA11AIv
600 t 125o
Sc80r 250
Several tmahels fall of 500 to 1
Nickel Plato Scissors all shapes
and from 8J to 9 inches in Jongth
including Buttonhole Scissors to
be sold off for 25a a pair
raary cootftmaln a
Cme see
I they cant
Used t be said Dry Goods Stores
couldnt sell Carpets successfully
Come see if they cant
CarpetsSd I floor
4 DOZ
IMPORTED PANS
CHIEFLY EVENING FANS
A French makers entire output
for the season of 189091 is in our
hands and i our hands at half
price moderately estimated
Yours on the same terms
Bead particulars
87 dozen misses fine Coque
Feather Fan 16 sticks elegantly
hand painted in blue pink cream
white and cardinal satin ribbon
bow on handle of Fan 35a
120 dozen ladies large size 26
stick Coque Feather Fans beauti
fully hand painted colors black
cream white cardinal blue or
pink silvered or olive wood sticks
satin ribbon bow on Fan 490
170 dozen genuine Black Ostrich
Feather Fans ebony sticks satin
ribbon bow on handle and Fan 95c
83 dozen lades 28stick silvered
or gilt Coque Feather Fans richly
gl painted 3inch marabout
feather centre colors cream car
dinal black pink white or blue
satin ribbon bow on handle and
Fan 95c
asitront catrane
ORDERS
BY M
1 Mail orders I carefully filled
promptly city forwarded or out of
SALE OF
UMBRELLAS
THIRD INSTALLMENT
Big sale of Umbrellas going on in
the store prices all one way
yours
130 26inoh Umbrellas best union
Twilled Silk Paragon Frames with
handsome oxidized silver handles
S300 for 195
70 26inch extra fine heavy Twill
Silk Umbrellas with finest nat
ural wood handles Paragon
Frames 375 for 276
50 same 28inch 450 for 325
180 26inch German Gorstor Silk
Umbrellas This silk is the best
for woar made on the choicest nat
ural wood handles 26inch 325
for 225 e
CO of sumo 2 pin S375 for 275
700 26inch nuperior grade of
Gloria Bilk Umbrellas with ole
gaut oxidized silver hook handles
f27f for 8195
185 24inch Hcliool Umbrellas on
clinics natural handles best qual
ity Gloria Bilk 175 for f 100
Bnmo hue with silver hook Jmn
dlo 9225 for 125
812tlwIt
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FHBHU
BODY BRUSSELS
Ironh lino of Body UriiHuolw In 25
now nattorUH bent tuukott old
prico 1125
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Broiklyn H Y DraYI N Y
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THE SUN up TOW OFFICE
110 O T
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ADVERTiSEMENTS > RECEIVED UNTIL t P M
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QUIKOT IT 1Irbn l Call 495 Bedford
BROOKLYN ADVERTISING CO 545 FULTOlf ST
BROOKLYN ADTETIB1 AQEKCT ISO BROAD
11 MBAB VARCT AV
A A WATSON 870 BROADWAT Op n Sunday
j oDORooiiuB A co am ATLANIIO AT
0 W BUUNBIt 133 NOSTRAND AV
1 3 HOUSE 504 CLINTON A V
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ENTIRE NEW BLOCK
FLATS AND STORES
8thav137thtol38thst
EverathlBR art ela IInil hnndnomtlr
rintcd r llent Janitor lervleo AU
iliac room All ImprolmentL
Rents l7to 26
Oroasbairrentd An Inspection larlUA
nnowN < ts fOLDING
ISO DrOBdwxr and lOBth t and nth aT
THE VICTOR
SOUTHEAST connnn LBXIMQTOK AT AND isrn 8
HANDSOXKLT DECORATED 11ODBBK APART
waNTS mhe tdl lulrtcllllht ball I boy paaan
trandtrelxbttltTatorc tlz all Ubt rooms lJi
mull b Mtn to appreclata
ALSO ADJOINING HOUSES
it IT six n and ixht I room bIh Sat all rntt r
ducedi u to rai ApplY on premIse t or to
4uol V FBBUND a SON feo M aT corner 47U rt
HOTEL ENDICOTT
COR fliRT AND COUJMHUB TJ ATOne
1 nalnr
One Elegant Apartment room
abed 81OCO per annam steam heat
leetrlo IlBti awl attendaaeei Ir
tanraat table dliten elevator rna all
Ibt C A Ft7ElEEt
ISO AND 100 WEST B1MT HT
Tha moet aompleita Aprlment ID thocltyt
four Light Uoorax with siatloearv Tab
and RunKBI velvet carpeted talr l two
block troai the fib elr T < < d tftatloa
ItENTM 817 TO 891
Can br aen 4udnyS
nlddkrKERSON
US > VE ST UOT11 HT
Free to November 1
Tub ar trana drlr west Md between ISM and
IMth Its EKiant i I ambtit il tlniile r 7 ana 4
rooms and bath corner fl u ot R rom UUlbt wlta
plnl balls bandiomelrdecorated rent 525 to 37au
corner Ho to HV Auply janitor ZMl 7tb ar e < n
Bandar f MAtNUAM Lw 248 Wail 12Mh it
THE EDBNBORO
Mtrthwest comer 10M st ana Amsterdam av
Norhn klerantly appointed flats
Steam hat naisenger cUrator hall boy e
Sla BKNTU IUY TO eta
Apply on premUss
RENT FREE TO NOV
IMTH HT EAST JUBT COUPLETED93 10 69
Blerandr decorated flbl bod rooms and iatb
onebait block from elevated nation rent C17 to tap
A ELEGANT and lann iteanvbeated flats f B We l
A 7lit St COT sth Colnmbni ar 1 rom and bath
10 leaiei I KEN l 02A and 8e1
Apply to Janitor on Dremlica or to
UNjja MaeOoai A1U aOJWeat Olt tAM
A orrORTCNITT to f cure aflntelau Cat oIY
1 rom and bath for email rental call one more at
16 also afw aI17 anut Till 1454 it nar7tb a
aur oUI ato
tll IL A lWJ
SieWeitUttbit
Apartm p < i < era and 4 room In I new bniid
luce with ImcroTcmenu for amall amlllea 1116 to
Ito tie to 452 We taiih t leelanltora
12 i COKDiTc62SditandgtbaT
A ABLEOANT APARTMENTS 4 lUKe light
A mom painted In perfect order corner home
rant from 7Soto fl1 ball heated Apply tO Jan
lur l 8ButMtliit
A rouannou APARTMENTAII iiikt batbroim
A statIonary tubs and private haU Janitor tn bon
twthita rent in Apply on pramliu 1485 VIA ar b7tb and
PLATS WITH OR WITHOUT STEAM SEAT
FLt Ilfht wellTentllaUd aparimenta
at reasonable rent
AoplT onipremliea u < WeitKtb it or to
J H WUlTAKbB m O no LIbERTy S1
OR nALEnandtomelr fnrnlibed flat ot leren
8ALEnadoml
FOR tarsal or to let terms moderate Third
floor 101 WeitSM it corner ethav
tLAT81n perfect order decorated ilrron pot
FLATS and lace cortalni rent moderate Janitor
35S Welt 33d It
LLATM47Ws1l lllli it KJSto S33 In perfect or
F der Janitor OWNEB 1C OTU AV
f5iioN AND WBBT IOTII BT8Eleant apart
HUDSON Ibree ana tour llfht roomi In new flata p
ronriIEAsT CORKER lOTuS T AND AY A
NORTHEAST AparlmDI 4 roomi stationary tuba Ill and IlL I
DARK LV 1120 irear TiPitFlat S ian I e rooms
a L
PAR ImproTimenti ciwlr renovated fur quiet
family riot tax
talJ nDI p
T TIBil AND FOUR ROOMS to Ilk Call 233
QQTIl ST J3 WEST Baiemer aor four rooms
t3u all Improvemeou nut Its
COD ST 411EABT 1 One month free Bate oletanltr
arLu deoorated 7 rom Ib and Improvement
rent moderate
7C4TII IT 144 KASTElerantlr fornlihedMn leand
O4 double rom with board front and back parlor
tillable for doctor
fCTTII ST six BARTKief Oats 4 rooms all 1m
57T prnmIIUn up ID Orel olsis ml
IOTII STT 110 wr5TA Bret floor apartment to leti
U jnodsrtrautJJ Apply to
10deI rnt liUHACU K ELY et Cedar St
QOD CT 530 KA TTNe < r data B m lar e Hirni rooms
Off bath i all loproreiaeuU Km flour 517 ror
swoon
Qlttn 8T AND N 1 COKNKIt AY A rial T rom
S 61 batli all ImprovemepK t
i7i7ITll aT HOUyllWliBT lOrlrlPB HAOISOK AT
106TI flaunt llama steam beatedi all m iernlu >
yro einenis 7 and Brooms
I I 1TII ST flli MT entrance Central raVtle
I 11 ruoos 1 fanitiufle 1 and touble nail Jiutnulibe 4 7 sun
i lnt und jiarlmfiits roohlyu
QlKnIr MATBKli rooms sod lath eret class 1 In
ii ererr war on block from Hcuinrr cc eietloui
null 12u1 io 113 Apply uaBreiulMS JllUrlser l I
T OOII Jiitd lltIUltll t1u2tta
fUAhTKDTv of 1irse roDne lln front rooueo Lit
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Wm E Taylor Auctioneer
THE orroRTDimf OF A LIFE TUB
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OH TtlUMDAT OCT S
At 10 X X
Then lot are rtrarlr 111I4 Situated bOwt I 0 h
mm the lUtlon en derated trtand Oradoal step
coramanaln view and are petfeetlr dry Th water
maIns from New Wlltord to lloboken Ban eirMtlr ta
rout of the rrepertv
Berten VisIts onlr U fled from Kew Torti I It ha
12 local trains dally a church a school tier sad
roil Office His the rnoet Inporunl station betweem
Weehawken and llaventnw It Is a tralr destrkbl
ptoa which to least
COUMUTATIOlf TEHIOCRNT8
Bran Band Dram Corr free Luntb IfammXk
Tent Free fasten and air Barialniondaref
Terms tlO on lot cash down on dar of aalt 15 IB n
dars and balaneelneo darker Jan IJ 1891 whin
perllct deed will be IInD
Fend for mOl and free railroad paiN to MiX
XBDY8 II Cortlandtit BpsUlnX New Terk or Ii
the Auctioneer
VVU H TAYLOR nACREKSACC if J
RANaKN 1 tblavlelnliripecialtv BarcalniM
ORANOY r HAMILTON S CO uo rroad war NST
nil ffjrtnte for JJnle
A HOME FOK TOC
1330 CABS
And easy monthly InstaUmtBt
BIIJI or baUd II anrwhere within fifty mile of UM
cur BaIL
LOUIS n BCnitBTDBS
ISO Nassau it New Tor
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IB MRW Tonics IIAMDFnUBBT SDBDRBl IB SlUT
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ATE ON NEW YORK DATl IB ONLY 23 1UHDTE9
VROM MEW ORK lIT DIIIKCT KERRY
KLKVATED R R NOW RUILDINO TO nROOKLTH
nRlllOB ritOPOSRU LINE OP BLKCTRIO ROADl
ti lrl vD m Bfn Jg r
WATER MAINS NOW LAID AND GAS TO BB LAID
DEC 1 15141 l
NOW IB TUB TIME TO nUT LOTS OR PLOTS BIG
IMIRIIAHR IN VALUES BY SPRINO j
VAN BRUNT BROE con 81 AV Alto tOTS RT
SAY IHWlnB L 08R 24 COUKT Et BBOOKLTl r
ROOM KX
A GOOD GRASS and flflbl farm of 01 acrts with
CL a Rood wood and timber lot a food pasture with
sprint In It mowing donebraaohue near food mar
kets five mlnnten from church school Just OEc and
store mall and daily papera left at door I everr dar
This farm has got to be told this fall Irlce only Iuu
Will sell stocks tools and furniture It wanted Apply
to
W METOALF Wendell Mas
H OUflEH IN CITY Jerser City yii rIm
As Westchester county and moet every town within
33 miles of New York for sale on eaer terme farms Ao
ln
JOHN M uRUha 218 lalton II city
25 I LOTHi in mlnutti from depot high dry
lJ flne for poultry fruit IS cents cemmauHon
proiperoni IIa8M1I
SMITH 280 Broadw sj room 2S
bonn cAsh balance 15 I per month until T
tpuJ rooms V minutes from New Terk near sta
tion and can send for Keti Estate Record
JOHN N uRUNa am pulton it city t
tnl < tnte at uctiolS
JAB H IfcQUILLEN Auctioneer
PEREMPTORY 8AIE
23 5 3 TM AV
Elegant Gentlemans Residence at
Orange N J I
D riUKNIX INORAIIAU S CO
will sell at auction
I TUESDAY Oct 21 1890 I
I a t the Real Estate Exchange Llbertr SL NSW Tort
cIty
BJUUt BTIt A V between IZAth and 137th itvinra
tory brick double flat and More S5I8S lot 100 six
room ami bath Improvements
OH AN UK N Jf Bieitant residence and rounds on
Orange Mountain lately occupied br Dr IS B harry
11 acres home contains 14 room nardenerieottac
barn etable Ac
Full particulars of above on application to Uessra I
nr lllVIeI bON 153 Broadway lgI ID lr r
ome 73 Cedar u
TAB S MrQlJIItEIV Auctioneer
ej D rillKNIX INORAIIAU t CO
PARTITION MALE I
Will sell auction
TuESDAY OCT Ul 1BOO
at 12 oclock nA at the Real Eitate Exchanf
m Llbertr 1 st 0
NOB 04 80 8 8 9O stNl > R8 AV Beach
flvestorr brick Tenements and Htores L272lElO
each HAMILTON obhLL Eat Referee 12U Broad
way New York Heein fiUIPUAN IAROrQUP a
CHOATK Plalntirrs Attorneys as William etJtew
CX lo
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York Particulars of Auctioneers 73 Cedar suNew York
f4tnt ggtalMor ale Sita
TOBEF nABOAINH I
An elegant corner flat 14 apartments of 5androomt
bath steam heat and all Improvements In each 33xtKL
First ola s Mb av Investment property two flvestorr
brownstone stores and flats all rented t mlnutsafrom
elevated station
Genuine bargain a flrestorr buffbrlck 10apartment
flat near station
Will take email equities welllocated Iota and cull
for the above together or stnvlr
teMfofWlnD
COLLIN It WUOimABD SIS Welt H41h Ie
D IO YOU WANT a nice corner ti Di lonthern en
poinro and at a lower diure than you can bur
elewhsrei Location unsnrrja eed Look at 101 Dllbl i
haitanay JOMEIII TUltEIt245Wes1l33tbsU l
G ROVE ST near nieecker 4K1UV two food bush
honwi onlr fJ ov land worth more
II W aiinHAN 137 Broadway
ONLY FOR PAIE57 WtoM ISO
ONE can you bar for anything like lbs moner
Buuoutr
ISmlHir1tUBNEII 21 w 1I61b
BOOFJNG
Vena roar roof before winter seta In with TAITO
PLA8TIU CEMENT and very durable tails tar years
Co and 73c cans
JOHN 10 TAt 100 Maiden lane New Torn 1
ITltERR CAN YOU BUY for the same money boos
I V equal to lus Manhattan ar IUD block from Ceo
rat Part ana L taUon
JOlhFlI TURNER 21 Weal 1I61b oe
D ST BEAR writ ATTwO new cold water flats
UO 23i8 well built ray 10 rerceni on InvesimeDii
must sell II W BHllAN U7 Broadway
n1nAn CARl tSu monlhlT boys nsw brown 0
S 1000 tone residence luolndlng adjoIning loll
price 10150 Foot West IIUI
for t or Zogtl Citjj
1 ARaB CORNER on 11th av betweiiuih and Wth
L t
J4 it > sale or leasehold old buildings Apply to A
K MACK AV 6 Wall II
I
5tnl 1 tntror nlcQauutrij
riaiiT MEW hOUSES termi ISoto loocatb bat V f
EinilT twI fB fumII lb J
14 ance sIC monthly price 18M to tlo hub
table land eirellent neffiioorhoodi healthy looatloal j
IS mUll wllbln ten inlnulei walk uf depot llltr
iraln uUro 11111 pay I
ft t WOLCOTT CDIret j
FA FOR SAL ORB3CllANOIrarm 0 t 3M
PARK 101 i rleared food for stock raulnc food
market mu or produce good Hell water ana healilnr loea
Hull < ood reaioui for sellIng tenth eaer Addreie 4
U K HAMJAI lapbemt M 3
IAOK IAIE Cheap building loll l at Nortoport and
I uoltrook U I at t6 i i 1LI neDI
MgLAcIiiiY DATi
of fall ad Iullr a r upon ilL Fplbm bjoIo I I
liii OS 01 tHOwI N tIlEs EXt VII
HIUNH TO HODTII rtOttllli Uemw i
to mall mnthI vaynuilto Write
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lUMJi Klifsntne tan room Queen Anne boas
O wills eiable all linpriif ruieu < oak flour UMK
iII rur iwur by dip s work cnolee location oTr
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ttJititIiAN Heal KiUte liielianfe 245 roadway 1
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feruK lots tall ur will >
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1 wane plltaUont i > lut dvellluia tftrlueait an < l
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CeiiaraItv Ube HhoB tnBra way
Innpvrtor Brutes laid bar yesterday the
oor4 of WIlliam U Ullltr alias locbam the
husband of Mrs Miller who was arrested last
week with Mrs Frlaeella KleldBronlng on
the charge ot complicity with their husband
proprietor of the fraudulent London banking
firm of James It Field A eo who failed III
week at and ran off with their ouitoinera
money
Inspector Dm lara that Miller under the
firm name of William n Ingbam a eo con
ducted a speculative syndicate at S3 Broad
way in 1689 Ingham closed his office on Got
4 of that rear and fled Ills syndicate had dona
business for four month and the time had
coma for the profits to be paid out to It col
lapsed Its victim were principally country
people who thought they could get a big is
turn for their money Invested
Inshams mode of operation wa to advertise
for customer to buy nharesat ts and f 10 each
fibs circular outlined the scheme and st forth i
that holders any country place would char
alike with other holder The capital stock I
wo elated to bo 150000 divided Into chare of I
S10 each Tho circular axsurad big returns for I
money invested A certificate of stock In tho
cooperative scheme coet tlO and sometime 1
paid on It air J1 S5CO Interest a month This
big percentage wan paid to only one man in I
each town and while the firm apparently lot
money by the plan It caught other fool It
pretended to do a general liusInp In locks
grain and provision and represented that I
every shareuolilnr was ono of the company
and would reoolvo his pro ratn share of the
earnings The circular also stated that each
shareholder would be personally responsible
for any Irregularities
The syndicate occasionally losneil a ctroular
purporting to show Its financial standing and
the amount of its deposits In the Seaboard and
United States national banks
In October listS the firm offered to redeem
all toek held by oneshare customers so as to
reduce Ibo list to 400 names aud announced
that owing to the growth of the business only
llveshani lot would be sold 1 There waa a
rush for five and tenshare Iota and then the
firm suspended In tho oflloes on the sec
ond door of Stt Broadway liicham kept twelve
girls employed folding and mailing circular
hut ho frequently discharged thorn to provent
their becoming too familiar with > his business
metboils Jut before the suspension Inghatu
discharged all tho girls and his wife did tbelr
work
Several weeks before Ingham fled Superin
tendent Murray received several complaints
from outoftown Investors and asked Capt
McLougblln of the Old Blip station to In
vestigate Tbo Captain sold yesterday that he
fnund Ingbam a man of about 45 years of
medium height and slightly built Ito ques
tioned him about his business methods and
Inchnm declared that his business was
straight as a string The Captain told Ingham
thut he believed his scheme wns a fraud from
A to Z and Ingham complained to Superin
tendent Murrny that Oapt McLoughlln had
Insulted him The Captain beard that Thomas
Oltourke a school teacher of TottenvIIIe a I
had bought four shares of stock In tho con
cern and ho told Oltourke to demand back
the nmonnt he had paid In OBourko did so
and his money wai refunded
Two days after the firm had suspended
August 11 Cojson a real estate agent ot Buf
falo complained to Capt McLaughlin that ho
had sent HOO to Ingham and bad not beard
from him Ho had previously sent S 500 and
had recoived 10 each month as Interest Capt
McLaughlin broke Into lughams deserted of I
fice and found the ashes of all of Inghams ac
count books There were also about 100 let
ters that had accumulated in Ingbams ab
poiioe One was from Colson and contained a
draft for 1450
In 1877 Miller was known in Chicago as
Fleming and was a partner in Fleming Mer
rlam t Cos speculative syndicate Tho
concern was broken up br tim police and
Fleming wan sentenced to MX months im
prisonment in the Joliet penitentiary Millers
record also states that he conducted spore
lative syndicates in various other cities
ZJcNSS r ft L 0411fPAZON
Trying to Slake Capital Ont of the Tax
Valuation or thla AlbanyPlundered Town
President Michael Coleman of the Tax Com
missioners was on tho witness stand during
nearly all the session of the Fassott Investi
gating Committee yesterday in the Superior
Court and Senator Fassett probably learned
moro about the value of Now Yorks real estate
and its fluctuations tbe different wards than
ho had ever heard before Tho assessed valu
ation of Now Yorks real estate Increased from
976000000 In 1882 to tl302000000 In 1890
and Commissioner Coleman showed that la
nearly nil the wards the market value of prop
erty was increasing In tho same healthy ratio
Mr Ivlns tried to make campaign material
out of the fact that the assessed valuations are
nearer the actual value In sections of tho city
like the Seventh and Tenth wards than In the
First and Second where the building is almost
entirely done by corporations or wealthy In
dividuals Commissioner Coleman explained
that in the first named wards thorebnd Leon
n rise in market value through the increase of
the tenement population and heavy invest
mxniH In tenement properties consequence
Mr Ivins toot up the present low tax rate of
S1U7 pnd attempted to brine oat the point for
the PM campaign that the rate has been
lowered 1 by raising tho assessed valuation Ho
asked if although the tax rate of 188t wits
M22 and that of the present year Is 197 tbo
city is pot spending more money now than
then Mr Coleman thought it I was It fa a
bier city and richer
He was then requested to state whether tho
State taxes wi re not being withheld from tho
State Treasury with the object of showing
an apparent decrease In the levy
He gotiano to that Tbelobieot U I to make the
State do justice to the city by ceasing to over
tax ber
Do you not think that it is a good thing for
an Administration which wishes to pose well
betorn the people to show a reduction in taxa
oQ
Yes if it oan honestly do so
Mr Coleman thought that to equalize city
taxes with country taxes our valuation should
be decreased by HOOOOUOOO but nothing
would be trained by that for the State Asses
tore would come down 011 the city as usual
and raise the valuation They make us pay
about 45 per cent of the State tax while an
equitable share would not exceed 35 per cent
The cnmmltttV 11 expert accountant Mr
Tate rather knocked In the head the 1 M L
idea that the city assessment valuations had
been raised to produce an apparent decrease
in the tax rate by reporting that while coot
plalnt of oTeraiseiiments numbered 2d78 in
1881 there have been but 680 this year
The Uonnment to tb Late Jill Be FlIck
The monument now being erected by the
Bon of the Bevolutlon to the memory of tbo
late Judge John Fitch promise to be like the
I1lturo of tile eccentric Judge himself rugged
and Htrlkjng ItI 1 bolnp bull tin the new CAU
etery at honslco jiiit above Woodlawn The
halt will sIld In a Celtic cross of untune work
manship One side will Iar l the Inscription
To the memory of the Hon John Iitifi isut
79 years Stud on the other aide will tJe
Erected dy the Hoeletr of tbe Sons or tile
Iletolutlon and the motto of the society
KxlBl iiiinnrnantnin are perrnnlu
JxigI J
Lhe dedication will lk place on Nov 13
Choupcur M t leiw President Tallniailgu of
the Moos of t Ohl llovulutlon and others will
IDllllk
judge Pitch was a familiar Ixut to Ke w
Yoikur Huinmor nnd winter day or nlitht
rain or a > hue hoiilway worn n nwttllpwlail
root and lu H nwallqurtnll coat lie wa hurled
lila will liu llio first loMruont lu tbv nw cow
xterx at Uetiilco
Waifs Ioul PlayS
John Kowmoyf > 11 shoemaker llvlon at 710
East Twelfth Irlllt t Wit found drunk at
TfQth street and Avenu 0 on Wudtietdtty
nllit and was taken to the Union iltrut
statIon shortly after Ji taw HI aJ a P
Iiulunc OIIYI l tilN to l7fllvu flonpf
fal wlior Ji I dl1 Iwo w ° llr aler JUIutr
iironer sqaUirl lill I I an auioif K yotltrdMy
nuilftund llt Ibis CHUM oNftifi IIIn HIM
furof tU UM lIt t lIla skull Tiit VU oUu U
IIIUolllujl o5 III l brats IlId lie hlft 11 was
itisekened 11 ll Vtou tliouilH ih I Jnjuijv
wile t7 rratiIt fit vMvtmt fl wile I are hi i
VvktlatUllUJf tiN Oil
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lit 111I1II1III1It lf Mary J AIIIIIJU luli r suit
lut Mparuiiuu wi > liii uilr dIII1 i all > t a r
111I9I1s tit f III IfUMUlHHt I 1h l lUi ew
up II the I Huvrriii Court llrofklfn stariuy
uh n muiluu lu In ball of iSis I IUiui n tel l j to
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ADitrMui ffcd vlt1 liaus4 r br iiutbi not
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NEWS OF THE RAILROADS
mAL HKSHNO ur taa froanrjczur
rACVFIO RAILROAD COOFANT
Tka Nw nearS af Dlrectar asS tka lii
are af taa Yea Iacraeiel slaelaeieta
I tMt Infaraatlea frea AU Qaartra
At the annual meeting of the Northern Pact
tie railroad Company yesterday these director
were elected for term of threo rear instead
of one AI heretofore Charl IX Wright
Thomas F Oakes Iloiwell Q Hoist on Henry
Villard W U DulL Edwin H Abbott Charles
I j Colby Colgate Hort decree A Vtorrlson 0
T Barney J B Ilagcln 3 B William and
David VTMCg The new number who rep
resent Wisconsin Central are Ur Abbott
who takes the lace of 0 0 B aman and Mr
Wigs in the place of 0 II Leland
Tho stockholder approved the contract
with the Wisconsin Central On motion of
Director Wright It was decided that tba Board
continue to set apart the earning of this rear
duo the preferred stock In consolidated bond
at 85 and to take Into consideration at the
earliest date the matter of inonadng tho
regular annual dividend on the preferred stock
above 4 per cent now paid or of declaring an
extra dividend the Increase abov i per cent
to be paid from the reserve fund set apart for
the benefit of the preferred stock
Pas engi < rarnlngsdecreased percent but
the earnings from local passenger business in
creased over 9 per cent l > oil frelghtearnlng
Increased 14 X i percent and local tonnage 20 per
cent The through tralght earnings Ind with
an Increase of 411 percent but the In
creased only 26529 tone From all classes of
freight the earning increased 18 percent The
local business waa threequarters of all the
freight earning
There an under construction 460 mile of
new branches for which new consolidated
OOnI8 will be issued and have already been
disposed of Consolidated mortgage bonds
amounting to I7ooo0oo were Issued to pay for
terminals and additional equipment
Here are some of the figures for the rear
ending June 30 1890tfrvx
tfrvx iwta JtKreoM
dross earnlnrs t3XeiOBOa 18707187 ieoa03i
Operailur expeniei
ADd tze 1MOT749 U1S59J4 IJ77 > 01
Netearnlnirs cnHa7M 7631 flJ3 Teivus
Otter Income lltL17J Maaaa 8WH4T
Total ndtlt4w7O25 8033843 1343oto
Out nf this was lintel for rental branch
roads interest and sinking lund
1000 IHta 1 nertatfr
81711197 7481141 S7MSSS
Other accounts Inoludlog Wisconsin Central
deficit were
two Ma intrtut
3M88T I87TT 183110
Balance13to4544 481480 16784 14
4 per cent aivlisnO M8A483 1V3483
Burtloa 370411 481410 tf4C31
Bt Paul and Northern Pacific for the rear
shows
1800 IRIUl
Gross earalnn 2102000 flnx443
g
Rental hv N P 74O8S1 tkiJ93fl
Otter Income 101274 11M47
Total net Wlwa 774843 f
Interest ana axptnies 638 H03 48U761
Ratanee 303134 53811119
Dlvliend 330000 8O473S
Bnrplns 33J34 Bet lKt4
Total surplus 11740 147623
line t > r other roaos 101007
Wisconsin Central for tha rear ending
Juno 30
Ornsa 4784344 Jno 821324
Operating azoente 2970137 ua A3X
Set 1810117 Ice 317236
Ourante 9MMI1
Deflclt 144S30 I
Bates per ton wore 93Cc a decrease 0780 I
and passenger earnings per mile were 2050 a
decrease of 0070 122127 was expended on
the road beyond 1889 charges mostly for steel
rails Tho alliance with Northern Pacific mado
the Increase In gross Iron ore earnings in
creased 313728 and tho balance was largely
duo to increased local traffic The passenger
war hurt these earnings although they In
creased 130016
Two Interesting point developed yesterday
about the Cananian 1nclllo and North German
Lloyd combination which reduced the through
rates from Ht Paul to Sweden 15 on second
class tickets One was that the road which
brines tho passengers into New York Is the
New York Central At Tuesdays meeting of
the general passenger ogenlH of the trunk
linen they all denied that they were in league
with the Duluth South shore and Atlantic or
tho boo line which are the tributaries of the
Canadian Pacific that mad the reduction
A SUN reporter saw one of tbe coupon
tickets and one of the coupons rend From
Albany to New York via New York Central and
Hudson Illver Railroad and certified that It
was issued by the Duluth South Bhoro and
Atlantic on account of the Central The whole
form was regularly printed and the Delaware
and Hudson Canal Company and the Grand
Trunk were also mnde parties The passenger
Is takon by way of Montreal and Houses Point
As the rate to Europe via Montreal S less
than by New York the Inference Is that the
Grand Trunk Delaware and Hudson and New
York Central receive only S4 for their part of
the haul from Montreal to this city The regu
lar rate Is about 1
Ur Iticbard of the HamburgAmerican line
saw Mr tiohwab the agent of the Gorman
Lloyd again yesterday aud asked him how
soon the German Lloyd was going topull apart
from tho Canadian Pacific According to Mr
Richard Mr Bcnwab said
I am so busy in politics that I wish you
wonld let It go until after election 1 will bet
tie difficulties then
Mr Itlobord assured him that the other big
ocean steamship lines couldnt wait and 1 they
would knock tho bottom out of rates If the
German Lloyd didnt withdraw from the com
bination Then Mr Schwab said that be would
telegraph orders yesterday to his Western
agent who had entered into the arrangement
to nullify It
The Western States Passenger Association
held a special meeting yesterday In Chicago to
consider the Boo reduction and Invited
Mr Hlbhard of the Canadian interests to at
tend The purpose was to force him to come
to time under threat of a general rate war be
tween St Paul and the seaboard
A Chicago despatch says that at the annual
meeting ot the Pullman 1alaoo Car Company
ye terilay over 18000000 of capital stock was
represented These directors were elected
Georee Pullman Marshal Field W Donne
Norman Williams and O 8 f Hprague of Chi
cago Henry C llnrlbutot New York and Hen
rr It teed of Boston The usual Quarterly
dividend of S 2 per share from net earnings wai
declared payable Nov IS The financial state
ment give total revenue of 8HUO901 oper
ating expenses a74603 total disburse
ment S n402ti30 surplus for the year U
09B13U The total number ot cars operated br
the company tl I 2135
President Pullman in his report congratu
lates tin company on the recent doulHlun
the Pullman Vestibule litigation conltrmlncr
the Pullman rvnnpanr exclusive control lit
ibIs device He emtihuHlred < 1 the Importance of
its use by the statement that one of the effect
of its Introduction was the extraordinary In
crease of travel on the limited train thus
lUlpped amounting to upward of 7u per cent
He also stated that the actual test In railway
iiocldenU bad demonstrated Its value as u
fefety device
CLEvtrANIJ Oct 1001bA annual meeting of
the Now York reniiirlvanla and Ohio stock
holders wits hdil ftttldIJ at the ifflci < of
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Absolutely no clew
That was the report yesterday at the Righ >
tnth police prcelnet Drooklrn relative to
the hootlnit ot Alfred Olsen It mean that
the murderer ot the laoffendro Drooklrn
painter Is I till at larco The detectives who
bare been encased In the can began work
promptly and hay continued their searches
patiently and thoroughly and there va no
Indication yesterday ot any cessation in the
work Captain Kinney says that everybody
who beard the phot or who was near the scene
ot the murder ha been examined privately
Each tory corroborate all the other stories
Then seems to bo not th eJIshtett hltoh lu
the account of the affair that would give the
detectives fi point of departure In their work
Ho tber bar travvnedftll theilelds and wood
about Sixtieth itreet and Filth and Sixth
avenue In a rain bunt for the weapon with
Which the shooting wa done or for torn
trace of the murderer
The more these Brooklyn otTleerr work In
> Iw Utrecht the morn glaring does t10 situ
tlon there become when the crowd ta there
In summer time there are a fyw policemen
about to prrntna order After the warm Kea
son the toughs of Brooklyn cross the line and
room about Now Utrecht for the very reason
that there are no local pollen to check thorn
and that the Brooklyn police will not Interfere
XceDt In cne ot such a serious eilme as mur
Sxcept 0 reis < t shooting Bar the llroaklrn
pollconu < riwho < o port extend tn the bonn
larr In very common along the avenues that
have been extended Into Now Utrecht The
mere presence of a nollorman < > n the avenue
would tend to check allah lnwle > Dean One
ofllcor only who should tot Into the saddle at
rundown and rldo back and forth between
Fort Hamilton sod Sixtieth treat would
prove tn bo a great moral agent
It t Is not certain however that n police tone
of one would te l sufficient Two yean auo
last summer when the hotel season na at Its
height and uniformed police were actually
about the most populated street of Hew
Utrecht a New York man named Underbill
was shot within the grounds of n family hotel
Mr Underbill recovered Nobody wan ar
rested for the shooting It was generally con
ceded that the shot was accidental but the
warm weather policemen contented them
selves with declaring that they would put a
Stop to pistol firing on the part ot visiting
hoodlums New Utrecht Js a growing town
here are lots of places within Its bonndarlei
that are attractive to people In New York and
Brooklyn Hut nobody will care to line there
it the imaginary lino that divides the town
from the city Is to bo a safeguard for rufDans
A OREAI lAIl DE OF pxjzswr
Lad e > Dinner That Must have Emptied
About Every Larder In Port Chester
It a fire had broken out In Port Chester yes
terday It wouldnt have had the ghost of a
show The fire laddies who ran with the
trucks In the days of the old volunteer depart
ment In Now York fell Into line there yesterday
with 2500 younger firemen from Connecticut
and Now York for a big parade The fire didnt
break out but the women of Port Chester will
probably think today thnta famine baa struck
town Every available hall was turned Into a
lunch room for the men la uniform In addi
tion to this four large wigwams were erected
on tho HecontB Park ball grounds under
which plates were laid for 3500 men
Money to build the wlcwams was raised by
subscription Tho roofs were semicircular
and made of overlapping boards The sides
were open and each wigwam had a pontlnn
capacity of about COO In the enclosure formed
by the four buildings wan an Improvised
kitchen surrounded by 3000 rolls of broad
riled as high as a man head Every woman
la town contributed to the dinner which was
eorved to the firemen after the parade
Drum corps with energetic drum majors
that had arrived on the first train wandered
around town la 4h0 early morning and an
nounced the foot that It was llrumons dar
Several thimbleriggers did a rushing business
near the depot and cleaned out a number of
Connecticut men who were willing to gamble
f 10 apiece that they could find the nimble pea
under the shell When the procession was
formed about 12 oclock there were fully 20000
people In the streets to look at It Grand Mar
shal W E Lovrden organized his men In four
divisions Ho was as > lsted by Joseph
Tvreedale E F Btudwell James E
Itockwell and Jacob Mcsereau The
marching of the men was excellent
The trucks and boss carts were handsomely
decorated with flowers The volunteer fire
men of New York were applauded all alone
the line The Stamford liook and Ladder
Company had a largo heal on top of Its truck
Among the companies that divided the ap
plnuso were the Anponla Hose of Connecticut
the Eagle HGAO or Mlddletown the Juveniles
anti the Harry Howiirda ot Port Chester
There wan lots of bunting swung out along
the line and Irom a number of private resi
dent e were swung banners on which was
printed In large type Welcome 1
Alleged Extravagance at St Johnland
At the mooting of tho Kings County Board of
Supervisors yesterday a message was received
from 8upervUoratlarge Kretzscnmar veto
ing a resolution of the Board approving the
plans for the construction of a new boiler
house at the county farm at St Johnland on
the ground that the plans had not recoived the
necessary legal sanction before their presenta
tion to the Board The Supervlsoratlargo
commented severely the extravagant meth
ods which have marked the management of
the county farm He said
The burden which Kings county took upon
itrelf when It put into practical operation the
Idea of locating a county farm fortytwo miles
away from its borders in simply enormous
The figures show that It costs the county
about 2000 for providing simply a place of
abode for each patient The extravagance ot
the present system of employing a super
vising architect and a supervising engineer
and paying ax per cent of th estimated cost
of the proposed improvements for the plans
and speclllratlons and 2 > per cent for super
intending the works the same amount also to
be paid ior superintending all extras be
come most striking when compared with the
experience of the Department of City Work
and the Board of Education
The veto was placed on file and will come
op for consideration next week
Far Wtoek Xicbsmca State 8COOOO Each
U Townsend Thayer of II T Oodet A Co
the Wall street broker who failed in Septem
ber was reinstated In the Stock Exchange yes
terday Edwin D Foster and Jacob Berry
two room trades Richard Dixon of Fellow
Morgan k Co and A I Corsnr of Easton
Nichols Xsold their pests In the Exchange
The current price M now S20UOO

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