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fOJlTEIl'S CLCXSritZCKONiya COR RECTED HV THE COMPTROLLER, M Dirtrne Between. City Cbnrcen anil Canely Charejea EapUlned to th. Hnper- ltt" r " c'B"n nnd ' Mnuy rrrr l Bulletin No. 88 rotated Ont Tha Ter Capitis Expcndltnro for the ulrSIIS.e Innteisd of 83.69. ri,t Comptroller. Auditor I.yon, nnd nil of. ., Kookkeepers nnd accountants of the Fl- w' Department loft the omca earllor yoa- t ill tnan tlior hod boforo In two Wcolcn, i thcr wont forth with more chance of cn- 'tttifreBt nnd rocrontlon tlmn on any other ?if In (hut time, for thov hud completed a wh CtrJi. ns an nddltlon to the routlnn Jui hd welched upon thorn crlovously. It o the rroimrntlon of ttatoiuonts showlnc ! .jjPuDorlntoiidont Tortor nil of the thlncs kinntsto know, or says ho wants to know, "' rnnK tho nnnnclnl administration ot Ksiriork cltr. Tho Comptroller hod written Ui, followlnc lettor to nccompnny tho atatls- swtoVY&sblncton: WJl July 15. 1891. rns rehirtr. Krttr. SuptrtittnUnt of teruus, ltciV Btr.' 1 lulr received your lottor of the 10th irlt which Is tho llrht communication rolatlmr J: cit.jUs Bulletin No. HU nnd tho mnttora Unrein roferrod to which haa reachod me from "jrcgietthntupor. such an Important aub Mtt lou dll not const.ler It to bo your duty to oslo cerial i 'hit vour deductions from tho flnnnclnl trans.u-tion ot this city, ns Mntod In .m, bulletin, had the nppronl of the financial ofBcertrlthorltv: oi at least that ho hod an opiiortiinitr oi o.nmlnln.your figures nnd tjprf8inB his approval of. or dissent from, tho urni" It ' e"llrf0 nn'1 l'oen 'oHowcd. It would have alT"tdu I mo cry crent pleasure to IM(ha'.U''hint' rnintlnn was communlcntod Mcliwcoiiloainmloloyon as to the flnnn clil arraKConicntf and mlmlnlsttatlon or this .,.'n, w,-.n,i iinvii oniblod your burcnu to Han tl o roiutt- fo that no oxcoptlon fould 0.ltily bo taken thereto. "Tbe Initortiaioof this loeal knowlodno I m sstl'flfl- Ten wll' fully nppreclnto when tho jc,iMlntinstla'ic o are broucbt IO yOUr at tention, "Koeitron tlil-o utlnont. bo far nslltnow. ntnidslnM'O'ltloii similar to the olty of Now York In r'taril to Its financial arrangement. In the State o! Now Vork It la the only city tho Imnndnr'fs of which hh ideutlcal with thoo o.'tte rointr. In cnnnoiiuenco of this terrl (ornMlentltv wt hnvo absorbed by tho city nUt In other count oi nro known as 'county durc's.' Tlio county, ns a political entity, continues to olt. it-'eo tho statutes, chapter iis.li1 t 13"4. Hut for nny othorthnua jolltl'dl ptirpo'C tho county does not exist. By tfce'lntiup, chaiite-:t14. law of 1874, tho local i!minis;r.t on of the city nnd county Is In h munlrlrnl corporation tho city; ,nJ 'al ihaiKea and liabilities now ii iili':; nittlnst n.iul county (nt tho dato ot tbe rtitut" A ril .10. 1711. or which may heraaftor arte or neci uo In said city and oounty of New lock, nnd which, but for this net. would be churceii'iMi'it or nihilities of snld county, th-a.ll le henc.irorth deomod and taken to bo ttinrircs niMln-.t or liabilities ot said, corpora iloo. and nlinll 1 o dofrayod or answered unto bj it. All bonds, stocks, contrncts, and obllga tioai of thu tnid county nnd ot the snld Board it rurervliors now existing Fhall hencolorth ledwned'-uch of. and nsalnst said corpora imand all such that nre. or may bo author ize! or required to be hcreaftorlssuod, or en ured Into, shall bo Issued or entered into, by tnllntlie name ot the said corporation.' "Ills enactment transferred from the mu tlclrtl entity tho county, all charges, ex Mom. nml obllentlons which, by tho laws ol tie Stnte were a burden thereon, and Imposed these chareos and obllcations upon the mu nicipality, tbe citv. All suoh cbarcos and ex penses which wei e an annual burden upon tbo tmilon of the county, became an annunl bur din upon tbe iHnt!on ot tho city, and have continued to be a burden thereon to the pros tnt time. "Soiv.whl'etLocItyof Now York has been (barged with, and has thus provldod for these ttirces and expen-es, charges nnd expenses f'mllar In ehurnctor have, by the laws of the nuv, been continued nKnlnst, nnd are nnnu '! nroilod lor bv the other counties Id tho tute. Xoi.o ot sui b chnrues und oxpenses uro iuiiiO-el upon the cities situated in such coun iwi beluir iloclaicd county charces, all these uiuisiKiire nro hied fur by the countios. A comnnrlnoii. tnciefore. between the expenses si tno ilty of Now York, which Includes alt ifcfieclifiraos i.s t uidonsof the city, and tho : tiritii-et oi any other city of the Btute. no imrt .' Met (i mti chmues nro bunions themnn, iib -bv hliow resuitB which. howover nniillu- oln-soaio purnosos. would W oily mi.... . us slinwini: tho percupit UMntfSi I tin, le-iMi'tlvo oities. "iljls..rroM'Ou i. iimpnrlsnii has apparently Kenrarrfillntiiiill tho losults stated or rop kMileilln liullellti .No. 82. With n view of LVirialniiiL' tiiu oicnt to wliich this has been don.-. 1 r iu himie u careful oxamluution of all tliiiivii'liiurrs wlneli. under the provisions itlhennuiiio clini'Hr:i04of iho Laws ot 1874. iprevmi tht t uinntroller's accounts for the TMrlBSJasiliy eviiunrlltiires. but wlitch.-liut loritiitsintiito wmlil hnvo npponrcd, under uiluwtof tl.') .Slain, not as city but us county iprBilltures. and which, under those laws, sUlntlieyea-liSi, nppear ns county exuen ellurts In crr. o hor county ot tho Mate, and Miexromlltiiicsif any of the cities terrl irnnljr within imvof these counties, nnd by OMucilnj UieM ep4iiditures from Iho city Jitcidiiurcs so nh to place this city, in reln Rnii thW diss of expenditures, oxactly in t' r-o-it on nf all iho other cities of theHtnte, fia tlio refill as to tho no-capita expondituio uthown upon in 0 s moment which 1 send you bert'lili. "tt must Loniipnront that In the comparison HlM prr capita exiiendltures ol this city with '' o( otliei citic, the exponitlturos now fsll.out ot th ti "usury of tne city of tseiy Icrk. which prior to tho leur lbitworode omlnatel couuiy chnrces.' and which unto T ot!.er coiintv continued to bo county cMrreniindsiro pruvldod for und paid as t-ucb. moulil le eliminated trom the clnsslilcutlon or "jieaditun-s ot tlie city ot New York, forminc miiMisri comparison wltn otner cillus. in J? other cl'v in thin btate nnd In no other W!. wlih tlieslnclo o.cuption ot Uohioii in f'lMMiMtis. Is this class nt oxpondltures tiluilda (iiy expciidlturusi and even ns to joiion thero is n class of expenditures, for virus rf judiciary, which nre includod In tho Hnditurt'H ot tne i-lty of Now York, nnd wLiehdo not appear In the expenditures of the jj'fol Bostun, ns, by tbo laws of tbo Utato of f usifbumttii. there oxpocsoa aio a cbarue on uAf paiable by iho Btate, It woudsBein also, from a onrofnl exnml uuoaof the lunKunce of tho third paruttrapn fiuitlu 8J. that monoys rocolved or ox ( I for a o.iunty in which a city Is situated, gnnotonteioil Inio your aeeounts, except In HlWof Now York and Boston: nnd suoh a WJilon Is conllrmed by tbe footnotes to PWJ'I mi qcoh ti and 1(1. I trust, there Jjyt'it upon u reconsideration of the matter "iiu hao the i-tntement of your per ennitu ffMlturcs ot this city corrected by eliml 1 those particular expenses which, prior K,u'fiar 1S74, were county chniuos, from j'TOinai)' und administrative expenditures ".fseltr. riK? wl" al8 ""t" that In tho detailed "pent transmitted herewith n separation Laciade of Items of expenditure ot an HiP"'w character, which cannot prop- gfii.i. ., elasulfled as ordinary or ad S7I1.H expenditures, such separn .tui 1aai! boon made, to b ceoat ox ioi..lnt accordance with the sovouth Mi!1? 0 Conxus Bulletin No. 82, the itoms tslfif l,18,nalii Huchnsltls thorein stated iiSriM9'e6n so sepiirnted had your olllco IoSm1!? "Main tbo InlorpJHtlon rnciulHllo tfiuJi a necessary distinction between ItJMi'n.!1", nccomranylnur statement shows 'ln.'h Items ellmlnatod from tho ordl oin5??ia?.mlnl'""ltlve expenditures In pur MMn3. ,uo suceostlons contained In the whii. n.rSfBe,,at'lJ" "f tbo census bulletin, nnd ttitU ? Icu,lar reference Ihereio may seem uSSSSV' l ,n,'nt refialn from calllncyour B L..Sn BJn' r "o rosults olfected by tlio tlv,, 'lurliiir Iho year IHB11. tinder leclsln M"ru ,or ,,ia,iurc1"130 t 'aa ' otTbl1'V.'.Kn,1!em .wh'ch ln"'l Probability will Cdics!j.lulLle.d ,n.,l", history of New York wi li fia.uAMr,,!f,u wntury of yoais to tf orflln?au, tl' ?Hlni: of the per capita WnstM r,T Tousfs by this Item alone an wdlu;.:1'8.0"?.!'01 "I Inereafo of nx 'ritimi ,iof 8W yKk oltr for so many Micit.,,l'V'roP8rtr classlued ordinary ex Riri Jii',:lay, I'1"? thebo nine millions of ! the ii.S,f i,,Jl wliich will not bo readier! Itff UelPU national conmiu. in tho jcur ti's", ,Ti'.!','..0.x,mnr(l'"fir oxpendltures. f hiiV.'.. vJ?-u,,lf'i,theui.nstnicllonol a wirerinrmV.1, 'V; 1.3"l.an.-llfrom Mioet niiln'r ,i ,"n,1.!or ork" of romilatlnc nud 'GiKtmS' 11 uo""a o' sower?. tinliiK.Ac. "rkC,J i aftessmcuta collectod frctu t IP ri7,r2.of tiro,r"r, benefited, ns woll as other Items of construction, would seem toreaulre S?.SS?rao,rdlna'r'y?ftl'UU t0 ludlcftto l"Bt,h' i-HA jnanlfcst enor In classification Ii thnt of )3 t 'i- .nrfi,nH-,,.,n or,llnn'v expenditure tho Item SLhliI,.,,6S'-") '''nicdt'i I. mil for 1t1e.1t nml pari; oponliiBs, wliioii. ns n innttornf (Hi't.una pnlv ntrnnsliirlroiu tho aiipiopriuilon account JI!1!- Pirno tltlo a Btioclrtl account lor Ihu pnrtloular objects of the Mind, nnd belni; part under tho heivl or spoeinl nnd irust uc coimts. nud nmottntlnKto 4a7,HUa.ili. wLi-viitheir r".mU,r lto1.'18' "ti'i nt of moneys deposited for spcclnl nnd cxtrnordl ilttIy.a?P.ount8,lmJ "eon clitUHod ns urdlnnry expondltiirus, u;h ni ciinrccs on nirenrs of taxes, paid by nurebnsin at tho tu calos: Juuneys paid to the rjuclety lor the l'rovention of Cruelty to Aiilmnls, out of flnc collected : moneys .paid to tho Society for thu Prevention of Cruelty to Children, out of linos collectod; moneys pnm out of name law fund, nvule un ot nuev. moneys paid to tho .Medical bo-doty, out of tltios collected, Ac. ' I.xpoiidltiirrs or salaries hao boon twleo Included, tho Item, imwcAQr, boll ir small. ninountlnct(3,lU. L'liclalnied enlarles, tnr which warrants Intvo beun proparcd and do Jlvered tothe l'nymnster, are, uflor a ceitiiln lapse of time, returned to the city Treasury; but upon apptlcHllin ot tho Persons ontltlod to the snuio nro p.ilil on f eparnto vouchers, nut of n fund known as 'unclaimed salaries.' Thus this Horn hns been Included by tho census otllecrit under tho head of salaries," nud nualD under the title nt 'iinelnlmcd snlnrles. 'I horn nro other nppnt ont onors In clnealfl catlon, such asomlttipu limn tlio list or 'inl arli'S' stilted In n font nolo In tho Imllotln ns IiKluibnu 'salnrionol Judicial, legislative und such Ron ral executive olllceis 11s nre not in cluded In tho several ilepnt'imcnts,' tho tain riesottho Conuul'sloneis. Ac. ot certain do purtiiiontuot tho city tiorornmont.whlch would soem to bo morn properly elnmlllod under tho ueslKiuitlon nf ' salaries' than under tho de partmental iltsluuntlon to piosono a unlfoim method of clan mention. Such Itoms. howui or, bolne slmi'lv trunferreil from nno sub-title to another will not allcct tho totals ot tho princi pal iilvsotie. "Coitnlii items which, prior to the con'ol idntlnnnftlio county with tho city. Were county clmrcos. hiiio. In tho iiccompunylumletnllod statement, t 0011 Included ns ordinary nnd ud mltilstrntiio expenditures nt tho city. This course has been pursued lioonuse ol some sub seiiuont special ennctmont f tbo State I.oms laturo miiklm; tbe oxrondlturencity charuo. 'J bus. lor oxnmple, It inleht be areued with much fnrco, that sui h an Item as ' election ox pensen,' nmountlm: to $';21.;)1".07, which, un dor the Laws of 12. wns Biecillcnlly made a county chnrco. altlmtiKh subseuucntly, as Btated nb.iMt. by law mado a clly chnrsn. should. In a compnrieou with other cltlos whoso election oxponson are chnrKenPlo 10 iho county In which they nro situated, tie properly rcinirdcfl as a onunty oharce.and coitBoaiiently removed from the ordinary and iidmiulstrntlve expcmlltures of tho city. 1 have includod the Item In uuestloii ns a city eharuo. but pos sibly upon comparing this Item with -Imllar onos In other cltlos. you nlll concltidn that tho same sheuld. for tho iiurooses nf the census comp.irl-oii. ba Included nmonK tho county chnros. "Thero nre al-o certain Items of snlnrles ex ponded tiy iho Ilcpartmout ol l'ublic ( horitics and Correction to otrleers. employees, Ac. con nected wl h eurinln Institutions under their control vvhloli mluht be retarded ns county chnrues, hut which, in viow of the fait that prior tn the statute ot 1874- thoy wcro paid by tbe citr, 1 hnvo includod nnionit the ordinary ns well us th ndmltilstrntlvo oxpendltutes of tho city. A t-lmllnr suggestion can be mado ns tn the prnpr.eiy of uesisnntlui; ns county chnrces iiihcr itoms of expenditure for mid dopnitnionts mh!i in nipplle-". Ac vvhlcli hnvo bo n clnsso I as ordlmuy. Put not admin istrative, ho h by the cen-us bulletin nnd by this department. It you should feel sntlsflod that tlio purposes of n laic icunparlson with other cities require tho sep.uiition of sip h Items. 1 sh.ill b clad to furnish you with further ntd sopuruto details concoininc such oxpeiidltuies. "To hum up. It will be scon thnt tho total ot ordinary expenditures elnuueahl-v to thoclty nniiuiiils to $2ti.'Jtitf.U(l'J.ns instead ol 4-V.U7.GU.I. 11 b state I in thotensu bulletin. This would Clio n per capita oxpemllt'-re (ba-ed upon the populatliMi or New ork eliy as announcod by your itlleel nf fl".7!'. In-tead of tlW.SU, as btuted in Census Bulletin No. 82. " Applylnc the method ndopted bv you in arriving at the ndnilnlRtrntliooxpondllures t. r.. by do. Un tint; expenditures lor liLrunes, scIiik Is. public btiildluus, chnrltabli) nhjects. and water woiks r u o of wnlot I find tho lotnlndmlntstriitliooxrendltuies to amount 10 $:il.4u7.7i.o.i;i;. Instead of tM.'im.GM. as statod in the census bulletin. This would aivo a per cai itaexpendiuro(bnsodupontho populntlou nf New iork city ns announced by vourollicol of f 1:1.111. InstoHii of i2J.a. ns staled in Census Bull -Un No. Hi. in viow of tho Intention you express of mnk uk your roi 01 1 'the mo't comprehen-ive nnd enmpleto exhlMt of local llr.nnces over pitti!!-hed b any Government.' and tho fact that yim tinio more than ome n-iened your eacerness to eorroct errors 1 tho same. I can not but believe that yuii will Immodlntely taLo Bteps to pieentthe llnaucos of New York city to 1 tie nation in tho r true liclit. now tha tho exact flKiires and classlllcutlons have been iircsented to your nt entlon ltespoetfully. "Tiiko. W. Mvkhs, Comptroller." Tho sheets ui on sheets of llcnres Hint bo Willi tho I'omplrnllei's letter represent many bom of accountant' work. They clve in de tnll nil thu particulars ot thecitt's llnnnclal hlstniy tor the year In two forms. One Is ac cording tn the honkkeoplnK system of the l'ltinnco Depanment. and tho other Is on tho linos of tabulation and comparison adopted in Conhits Bulletin No. 82. Tbellrstdccutneut is an elcht-paae aiTnlr. civlnic thecenoral appropriation account, and showins every department appropriation on divisions bended: Ordinnry, Administrative, County, State. Kxtrnordlnnry. Tlio extra ordinary Items aio further subdivided into, "extraordinary coneral." 'extraordinary loans." H-.d 'extraorillnnry Iranslors." The second is n tabulation of iho Koncrnl ap propriation account under various uenoral titles followlnc the lino nf Census Bul letin No. 8'J. nnd eontnlnluc also such cone ml nnd extraordinary accounts ns thoso pertain lnctothn now parks nnd such mattcrx. Tho third table shows the spools! and trust account-, on tho Bnrno lines uud divisions us 'rho'foiirth statement shows tbe Blnklnc fund exinnditiuos. divided Into Interest payments, extrni.rdlnnryexiendltnros. lonnn. fundh. nnd tmiisfers, wlili tlio oidinaryand administra tis accounts separated. Tim lllth is a sunimaiy ol thoexpen Htnros ui derail hends.claRSlllednscltyire.isiiry pav ments. city treasury speelnl.RinklniT fund ro demntion, nnd siuklnu fund-Interest. The followine tnble Is n summaiy of this sheet's lluures, the classillcatious bclnu taken nltocother. BUMMAI'.T. . LP.rrls ifdVS,??! SollO'iIH 4IBAi4i.W Klre . l.lMAIOl.tiu ll-nllh I'.,11.40 Lishiin, ."ii,1?;?:! Pnllco f ,'.J.T1-, 1 lutrlltf-t I.JIJ.4J. i FtrfU nJ tirlilfes. a j.iAia'j Hi sewvr i,ii,.iu.v.ia Public bnllilinm -iwlsiies p.rLi "ii7.iihi smarm Jli't te .? S4H ."? Waler worVn n.M:''-, lnierot : V-HiVlI S'S Mlicell.tntoun i.r.2.Ui.i. TotMorillniry expenin l-'i-Z '"j-"?, Couuiy ii.Totini ?E?.123.' Ktalo uccouut 4,10j.-'J7I yXTIt.VPIIBINAltV. P'neral V'iV.'J 1 I.HHII4 ,, .... ... l..'C I."- I.-TI iuii'lianJ irantfcrs l,oil..tn.ia Toiatsxiraorillnary oxfieniei 37S"..ai 05 Total fli.'.mo.5tS74 Tho Comolroller says thnt If Superintendent Torierdoes not do justlco tn tli city In this mattor ho will appeal to Congress. Ilii4lne Trotilite. Judgment was yeetcrdny rendered against Harry Allen, who. with Cbiirleo M. Stead, com posed the late Ilrmof Allon A Mend, bankora and brokers, for $281, 8US in favor of 1'rnnklln Alien nnd Burrlt II, llorton, exeoulorsof tlio will of tho late I'.thollndu V. Alton, Coinmodnro Vnndorbllt's dauchtor. This sum reuioionto the amountduo the ostnte of Mis. Allen on tho dissolution of tho firm nf Allen A Stond. Judgment for M7.H71 was 1 nlerojl nsalnpt L. Mssbercer A Co., ilonlors.ln pie lion, nt 41 Cilif atrcot, Inlavornf tho renrisilv.nilabteol Company, In lMMfi tho defendants ondoihed flvo notes of tho l'loriila Hallway and .Naviga tion Company, wlilvli tho makers of tnn noles were unable to liay at maturity. Judgment was for amount of notes. Interest, and costs. The stock and lltiiros of the Jorme-s-Mlllnr Publishing Company woro sold at BhorlfTb ealo ycttorday for$l,'J5a The Hun II11II1II11K Axsnclntloii, At tho annual meeting of Tub Hu.n nnd Eves isa Hun Building and Loan Association held at Its ball, 33 and 37 Frankfort street, Inst ovnlng. a total voto of 1,012 was pollodund tho following officers olectolfor the ensuing year: President. James JIuKeiina: Vlco-l'iesl-dent, Louis Koclle; Secretary, II, L Wells; Treasurer, .fanux Thompson: Tius'ees, tharlcs Kellor.-Iiilinl. McN. Ill, 1 A. itnxtei. 1 U Ci. Hurley. V. Jl. Jlimr. J; hu 1 . I ney, I Daniel U. Pratt. Ifimn tjulnn. ,I (iopdfr'ond, V. U, Buchnnan. Jamos s. Sheridan. Jiiinest'.. Alger. Ilugli J. Callnrv, and .losophCiood. 'Iho fortv.flrst appropriation buIu was rrndo at a good premium. A Srrlle to 111 rouclence. Comptroller Myers rocolvod yesterday $lf)5 as an addition to tho coiihdonco fund. Tbo Hcudui said that H wui. on ae, mint of u isouul tax, sworn dowu 1 01.10 ii:n ui;o ! ewiolo; "I consider this poisoi nl tu 1 n'ust jiud ii emiUnblit ns regards tie bonost iiinu in mode rate eircuinstances. but my "."tiJV'eiL,ri? iTili not lot mo 1 est. H hero goes." Ilo nked to have the receipt acknowledged In Tue bUN. I t "v." " 1 , -a MiiBBbIBHHBMMHMBMBMHHHIMMBHI 'I , THE SUN, 'THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1891. 5 I XltB STATE CAMV t!f A Hid BTOIM, A Hentrr Tossed Iiy the fVlnri, nnd Three Men Ifpsrt by the I.ljthtalaR. Btatt OAMr. PsRKHRii.r.. July 15. The Twelfth Iloglnjent Is playing In great luck. 1 Thoy hnvo been In oamp ns olton as any organ- I Nation, nnd up to this yonr never bad evon one rnluydny. Now, whon tho hoavons havo ecnt ' hnrrlcnnes nnd floods cavorting all nroutid thorn, they havo cscapod without anything wor.io than a pretty big senro. They have not oven lost a drill or n coromony through tho weather riots. Yestorduy whllo Iho sky was Mod nround them with angry llghtntng-rtvon clouds, at drcsv nnrndo time a ray of, sunlight crept through somehow and spread lisolt In n great bow of promlso arrows tho cnsl orn sky from horizon to horbon. llnln had fnllon boforo thut slnco diunor time, and a llttlo foil nftoi ward, but tho promise hold good whllo tho band phncd on tho green, nnd nil ulcht and to-day until about Oo'cloci;. Whllo It was only threatening hore. south of hore. around Sing Slug nnd Tairy town, It was raining and blowing great guns. It damaged the inlliond track aud ken; trains fioni getting through until late. A yaoliting party who wnio hero with Jfr. I'd win Field on the lnnnda ran tutu the storm on their way home. Trerownsalot nf pietty yiiiing womon in tho parti, nnd i ol. Dnwd. Mnior I.oonnr.l, Surgeons Hnnrvnnd l.lndley, and Adjt. VYuluwrluht went nan wuy with them und enmn back by i all. Thoy hnd n good time, nnd the men they left behind thorn on Jovoil thom-olves too. To-day opened bright nnd fresh. Thodrllls woro barely over when thnro was n chuugn. irom ovor reoksklll Bay tho slot m enrne with a rush. It struck with a swoop that mixed up the swish of rain, tho thrashing of trees, with tbo sharp clacking and rolls of thunder nnd the roar nt vvlnd Into a turmoil, through which tho cries of tho men could not be beard. A hall gnmo was in progress between tho moss hnllwnlteis und u nlno of llu Twelfth. Lots of menvvoio watching it. nnd tlio camp was almost desorted. with all Its tonts ndlod up. Many a cot and blanket got wet bofoie tho men could I eg thorn down. Tho wind whipped off tree tops along tho hlutr nnd toro tho outpost tout half down. The Bsntry nostod nonr tho nuttot path to keep soldiers nut of tho rorrymnn'u Uctel was plokcd up nnd tin own ngnlnst nfoncowlth Buftlclent foioo to smash tho boards. Olio flash "f llghtulng struck the uppor parade ground. 'Iho men In tho gunrd tents folt It. Cant Spenosr nt the ordnnnce department and half adojon mon wore working In tho pump house. The lightning rnn into the pump house alone tho water pipes nnd knocked dnwn Sponcorand two ot his moe. 1 his la Bpoucers soiond call this joar. Ilo got olT with n sore arm. Ho had hold of nvnlvo han dle whon the shock enme. nnd tho Iluld seemed to run up to his oibow. Tho camp wns Hooded. An hour nttorwnrd only tho dmim on tho freshened grass told ot tho storm, o-toept the broken romnnnts ot tho drifting olouds, und upon thorn shono nnothor rainbow. VU OTOO HA VHEttS' COS flCXTIOlf. Shnrp Word as to the Airnrdlne oTPrlxe inU l'liiim for the 'Worlil'M Fnlr. BttrpAi.o. July 15. Bovornl llttlo snuabblcs nnd consldornble btielncss lent interest to this morning's session of tho Photographers' Con vention. Tho Commltteo on Nominations roporled for President, S. I., fitoln of Ullvvniil.oo; First Vice-President, 0. T. Stuart of Hartford; Sec ond Viro-President. Sir. Morris of Pittsburgh; Secretary, I.. C. Overpock ot Hamilton, t). : Trensuror. U. M. Carlisle ot Washington. The olectlou will tako place to-morrow. Mr. -MeSIichsel loclr tho lloor nnd stirred things. Ho snld It had been the custom to nn polnt judgos secretly, and nfter their awards wore made, that wns tbe dark conclusion of pvetythlng. Ho moved that tho unities nt the judges no mndo known nud ttieir marking in detail bo nnunimced. s that pcoplo would know vvhvBomo picture hnd received n pilzo when everybody wns convln"od that It did not merit It. Hespok of a group nf variety a-tro-sos which got thb first pil?o at an annual convention, and s.ild that tbolr laces looked like mnns painted on eggsholl.s. The discussion boenme very bunted and -Mr. McMlchnol was sharply criticised by soveral momber. His motion to mnko everytlil"g connected with the iinos utihllo vv.ih lost. TIm markings nf the judges will; however, bo open for inspection after the awards. Mr. O.'ntllo of t'hlcaco mado suggestions concerning the World's Fair. Ho sold tbo llrst thing for thephoiograpbeis to do was to de mand frnm the WorldV Fair Commissioners an entlro building at the F.xpoMtion. nnd to insist that nil nhotogrnphlo work be placed in thnt building. The nrrango mc tit so tnr mado for them gnvo them a pince tn the Department of thu Liberal Arts, but they needed much more room thnn thov would bo likely to get under nny such plan. He then moved that the Chair appoint aonmniitteu of three to select nn advisory council of Mlty of tbe most distinguished photogrnphors in the world to tako this mattor in charge. to nia PAwnns' oiiAms agaix. Convtet Carry, who HulK a Rnft and Fa. rnped from lfart'ii Island, Kecaptured. Daniel C. Curry was sent back to Hart's Isl ni.d from the Hurloni Court jesterdny to dig paupers' graves, nn occupation vvhloli ho ri-kod his llfo to escape from nluut a month ngo. Curry Is married, but another woman than his wlfo had him ancstod and tiled to mnko him support her Infant. Ho wns sent lo tho Islnn 1 for a yonr. This wns on May 13. Pretty soon ho was transferred to Halt's Islan 1 nnd set to work digging graves for the pauper dead. Curry handled a spade in Potter's I'told until Juno Sfi, On that day when he flu'sho 1 his woik ho hid In tbo dead house and was misled from tho supper labia that night. 1 lie kcopcrs te.ucbcd in vain for him. In tho night Curry emerged from his hiding irinconnd set about finding somo moans of escaping from tho Island. Tho nearest shore was too faraway fur him to hop.- to reach it by swimming. Ilo iirovod himself entail lo tbo emorgency, however. He found two old lugs which thu tldo bad washed ashore. Then ho tore down a section ot lenco, nnd with nropoth grave dlggora u-ed in tbolr work he Inslud the bonrd-to the logs in make a rude ratt. Next be toro n long, narrow strip nf wood from tho ioiilo. and mounting tho r.ut ho boldly pushed ltortfiom slmie. depending on hlsnhiluyto guide tho clumsy emit with tho bonrd ho hn I torn from iho fence. Ho had exchange I his convict gaib for some uld clothes which ho found In tho dead licmr-o. aud which probably had boon worn by ono of Iho unlortunates he bud helped io bury. Tho wind frnslmnnil soon nfter Curry put off, nnd he found that ho could notuiilde tho raft. Unco nut of shelter nt tho Island, he was obllgod to throw himself lint on ids fnco nnd cling tn tho uot.nnd slippery tlral ers. Tico the w.ivor washed him oir. but lie managed ti rlamher hack nge.lii. It was Hearing daylight, whon hofound htmsolf wlthlnslghtni Ilorrinns Isjn'id. Hoik tlio in't went to piocen and Cuiry swam ashore, clinging to ono of tho logs. Hu restod a whllo nud then swam the narrow creek which Bopnrates I'errlan's Island Irom Long Iidund. Two llsheimen look him to New Yoi kin their boat. Ho went lo his homo nl 'Jltl Lust lu'tii street, whoie hooper M.S. Iiehnu nnd Oillcer Pcrtcll uriestod him on TucBday night. One nf llllllncr's Client" II I in In the Ntrret. Conrad Kaufman, a homeless shoemaker, r.2 yonH old.' droppod dead early yosterday morning at Ninth avenue and Thlny-nlnth stieet. He carrlud anoiv black valise which contained his personal papers. He wns dis charged fmm tho Lnstorn branch of tho Na tional Homo for Disabled Volernn Soldiers Inst month at his own reiiuest, Ilo recolvud at Iho tlino$S(. only thlrfy-nvo cents was found In his nOBsossiou yeotordny. He- .fought lu ( orn pany A, Sovouth Iteglmeiit. N. . S. v.. through out the wai. Hn was wounded In the thigh. 1'iom letters and papers In tho blnck valise It appeared that ho had boon socking it pension through William II. Buttner, the fraudulent divorce lawnr v.hom Tin; Sun expo. cd und wlm ! now ser Ing a term In Ping Sing. Thjio whs also h ulim k on the Cnlunibln Bnnl: for flu signed by Buttuoi, which had been rejected as worthless. Jtnlilied In a Htreet C.ir. CiurAOO, July 15. Mrs. H. II. Lincoln, pro prietor of a itstBurant, wns going home on a Wabash avenuo car last night carrying a witcbol containing money nnd jowclry to the nninuni of lfO, Wlion tlio carvyas between Twitelli and Twentv-tlrst street u man iiislin I in, so voil the satchel, anil lied, followed by uniiiliei- mini vilio had sat I eslde Jlrs. I.tn c'lln all the way nut poi cemaii went lu pur suit and eiiiiiri"l tho man vvhn had been silting In tho car. but his confederate esonpod with lh plundni. Tho prisoner, whn gave his nnmo as licoigo Butler, lufuted to talk. Cnpllired for I'rohlliltlon. Smiatixh, July 15.-The tenth National Tem pcr.imo Convention met horo to-dar In tbe Methodist t Itureli. The vi hole morning was linked in nu of nit tne.intiiietlu'l'o'ivontionior ii ohlblitnii 'J'h -oil. .it as piuce-slul, us the tominltieo of I'ifleeii. which the motion under discussion 1'iovlde I for. was apnolnti il l.y the Cha.iuian. l.ugoue II. tllapp of boston, from Mates instead of from orgunUatloHB. w blob was tlm w hoi nurstiuu involved In tbe long and healed contiovetuy, ' THE DOCTORS' CERTIFICATE. flVtRflKW JJfOIP.V COXatlATVr.ATKD vvox ins ironic .tr mxa mxa. Kxeentlnn liy rteelrlclly l'riinoniieeit tiv (lie Plusti'liinn In A ttenililure ut tlin KlltlniC U' Iho Knur Murderem Huperlor to Any (lllier Method Yet llCTlaed. County Clerk (llegorlch got a depntch from Warden W. II. lliown of Sing Sing prison yos toidav a'tornoon nnnounclngthnt n mossengor wns on tho way with papers tn llle lu connec tion wltli tho olecti leal oxocutlons. and asking him to wait In his oflUo to recelvo them. It was after 4 o'clock when the messonger ar rivod, and tho oflice w uld ordlnnrllv hnvo boon closed. County Clerk OUgorich nnd Deputy Scully wore waiting, and thoy gave tho mossengor n rocelpt fur tho packet. It con tained Iho following report on tlio oxocutlons: "Simi Himi. N. Y July 7, 1891. " Tii thi llm. tr, II. Hrmu, Amu ami llVmiuiSlnir f lit? 'i lion. "Sir: Tho undcrslgnod having served ns physicians nt tlio execution by oleetilclty this morning of James J, Slocum, Harris A. Suiller, Joseph Wood, nnd SchlhlockiJuglgo, nt tho pilson under your charge, hereby submit, as you ro'ittcst, tho following icport of tbolr observallons: "llrst-AII of the condcmr.od wnlked Into tho execution room unrestrained, with llrm ness nud without usststnncc, scntod thoir. Bolves In turn in tho ulectrio chair wlilmut tho Bllghtost protr st or leslstunco. and quietly sub mitted to tho adjustment of tho retaining straps and the oloctrodes. " Second In each caso unconsclousnoss war. produced iubtnnlnncoiisly by the closure of tho circuit, wns enmpleto. nnd teislstod with out lntoiruptloii until tho bean's notion hnd entirely eonsod nnd ilosth had norlalnly oc ouired. In each caso death was manifestly painless. "Tnltil In (ompllnnce with tho statute nn autopsy was mado In each case, ns soon us practicable, by Dr. Ira T, Van Uloson of New YoiK. In our piosenco nnd under our euporvl slon.wlth tlioiesultot rcveallngtho enme gross change in tho blood aud tissues previously observed in ensca ot death bv thu action of strong oloitricotiirtnt. Sioclmcus, osi oclally of tho blood and ol tho nervous s Blum, were takcu by Dr. Van Olcson tor tho purposo nf cnretiil microscopical examination, and the results will be forwarded to you us eoou as Btioli oxamlnatlons aro complotod. ' "lu cnncluding, allow us to congratulate you on the completeness. In all their details, ot all your prollmiuiiry nrrangumen's, on tlio uniform good order und decorum whlou pre vailed during tho trying ordeal, nnd on tho roxultlng demonstration of tho rapidity und painlessness ol this method nf Inflicting the uoath penally. The experience of to-day ha9 provod to our satisfaction that this method is B'iperinr to any other vol dnviscd. Wo have tbo honor to he, very rospoetlully, your obe dlont servauts. ' Carlos P. M vi Dosai.p. M. D. "Samuel B. Wvm, M. D." Thero wore also four coitlllcatcs from tlio vVnrdon of thu oxecutlnn ot tlie men. with thu list ot tho poisons present all being alike ex cept ns to tho liams ol tho victim The slg naturosof the witnesses wei o amondod to tills additional slatemont In eneli ecrtltlcato: "Tho undersigned, being tho i orsonsund nil tho persons present und withe-sing the execu tion of tbo iiidgmunt and souience set forth la tlie forogolng cer illcuto. do hereby, pursuuat to tho btntute. nnd at the clly of Sing Sing, county or Westcbestor. Mato ot New ork. on tho 7th dnv ot July, subsctibe thu following certlllcalii." These were tho witnesses In tho case of Rtnlior: A. 1. Itoekw.dl. Silas A. Kdgoitnn. II. K Allison. M. 1).. Mdney O. Law. A. P. South wlck. M. D. S.. i M. DunloK M. 1)., Frankllu Townsend, Jr.. M. 1., Homy Wilson. M. D-. Louts It. handy. I'. L. D., (teorg l-dgnrUliver, 11. B. I'eekmau, IX 11.. U V. C.irtolyou. M. 1).. Charles V. Durston. Martin T. Midline, nu llum .1. Ford. S. 12. McXe.il. Gcorgo K. French, 12. P. DhvI.s. Samuel 11. Ward. M, 1). and Carlos F. MaoDnnald, M 1). Tho snmo wltnissos wero prosont nt the execution nf tho Jnp. In the enso of hlocum, John 11. Creoden nnd John 1. Lynch were nddod to the ll"t and the nnmes ot L'dgertnn nnd haw wore omitted. In the caso of Woo 1, Creoden nnd Lynch wore piosnut. Ai.tivsv. July l."i. In r. sronse to Coroner Levy's loiter nsklng lor Information ns to his duties in Now York ci'y In rcgurd to tho In ouest In tho Smller cao. Attornoy-Ocnoiul Tabor replied this morning ns follows. " ll"ii t'tnttn mil Irti -Vio I'.nl " I hnvo fullv considered tho matter referred to iu your iottor. nnd am decidedly ot the opinion that vim have no nutbority whatever to make the invssilgntion contemplated. "CUAiaiti F. Taiiou, Attornei-Oeuernl." NO MOKE OVJiltTlMll WORK. The Collector Orders thut the Public Store Must tie Closed Promptly ut Five. The strike of tho lnborors at tho Public Stores In Lalght street was amlciibly udjusted yes terday, aud all tho men went hack to wotk. Collector Frhardt, with Doputy Collector Burr and tho twolre suspendod laborers, met In tho rooming at tho Custom House, nnd it was ap parent that somebody had blundered in his dculings with iho laborer ubout working after hours The Collector reinstated tho men nnd Issued ordcifi thut heienftTtho stores must ba closed lu the stunnii-i time promptly at 5 o'cloik. If Simon Hess gets his trucks there nftor that hour they will not bo unloaded. Wamiini,!"' . duly 1.V 'I ho Secretin y of tho Treasury hns writ en a lettor tn the Collector id Custninsnt Now Voik inicgnrd 10 tho rocont strike at iho puhiio stores approving the Col irctot'.s pi in. Tho Societary sas: "It is hoped those men. In view of their ngreoniont with ilio (Jovornment, the hours of labor tn lie regulated by tbe rouuircmcnts.nf tho nublie biisinoss, will not object to work ln'j'ond tho usual hours in exceptional casos. Thoilepirtinont Invite full expression of nny grounds ol complaint which they may have ut uuv time, with a v low to their Investigation and Biuhnitlon us mny Lo fuunu nccossary and proper." snsTTUEM to.)i:usi:tto ju: .uAJiini:n. The Ornttil .Tury Oeln Around the Law Alicmt tlie Age ofCunnpiil. William Gloolman was nrrestcd on July 4 charged with inducing 15-ionr-old Caroline liooiigoltor to visit I. Is room nt 7 Prluco street, nud with assaulting hor tharo. Mr. Gerry's society took up tho caso and Justlco Hogau at JoHorson Mnrkot bold Glesolman for tho Grand duty. Attor hearing the testimony tho Ginud .luiv asked tho counlo if thoy woro willing to muiry. They replied that they were, but that thoy could Hnd no one iu New York to terloim tho coromony. Caroline I eing under the legal ngo of consent. 'Jhon Deputy Sheriff -McCarthy, who brought liluselmaii fiom the Tonilw. nnd Agent fchultns of the (lorry Society, wlio hnd Cnrollno In charge, weie orderod intake tbolr prisoners tn Jersey City, where thero wn- un tmr to tlie mnrrlnge, nnd see them married. lilesHimiin s out thut night In the Tombs. Ho will I o reUiifeil to-duv when he preonts his mnrrlago ceitillcato to n pcllec magistrate. The gill Is a prolty blondo who looks moio thun horioars. In Keller for llcirsfnril. Counsel for Wnltor 8. Berosford, under arrest for swindling In Home, Ga.. applied testordny to Judge Laeombo In the Uullod States Circuit Court for a writ of habeas coipu,KTho ap plication says that Berosford Is not tho person wantod by tho nuthorltloB of Georgia. Whon tho uuestloii came up Assistant District At torneys Welsh and Lindsay opposed the lssuunco of .i writ. Mr. Welsh induced tbo warrant signed by Uuv. Hill nnd snld that both Judge- Truax and Cullen hnd decided that It had hocu Issued In nccordnnco with law. Ilo nl-o hi.btnltled n decision of Judge Choato in Iho can of Lnnrr, whero It was held that tho Court had no jiovvor to go behind tho warrant Issued by tho Governor. Judge LncomborefUFod tn Issue a writ. Berosford will probably bo talcon to Georgia this ovening. Kiitglll Templur OOT tnr Kurnpr, Nearly all tho passengers on tho Inmnn lino stonmshlp Clly of Berlin, which Bulled yes terday for Wuocnstnwn and Llvoriool, weie Knights Templar fmm Albany, members of Tcmplo Commaudery. No. 2, Thoy are going to spend about a month seeing things in thu British isles and nn the Continent, 'lhoroweiu 210 of thm nitngother. They cnino down f torn Albany on tho Moimili mt Drew, and wero ns oited dowu Broadway by u dolegntlon ot local Knights, headed by the Seventh Itegl ment I ami. to th Inman hue's Jersey city pier, Tim stonnisblp wcb smuthored in hunt ing, ns wns also the side-wheeler John 1". Id o ore, which took tlio friends and rrlntlvosnt the cxcursioulsu down iho buy to see tbomoir. 2xcciltlon til'JIobert Vlllluins, Pise nia'py, Ark,, July 15. Robert Williams was hanged here this forenoon lor the murdor of Albert Hayes. The crime for which Wil liams was hanged was committed at Albert Hayes's homo, ten milos from Pino Bluff on Nov, S3, 1M'. The murderer wns track 1 with bloodhounds from tho scone of the murder to hU homo, Altci Ills coin leiiou Williams , learned lo.it the tinvannii woiil not lu'er orn ' und ho mnue u cdifm-sion to tin efleol that Hiiierhal made IiII.iiii-'h wilo drunk ami I had assaulted hi r, William spoke to Hales about It, and the latter sworo at him. Wil liams wont homo, loadod his shotgun, and CO- I Ine oyer to lia ea'e house, shot him dead, I I irilRttE IS BAMVKT. IIOWET Bald to nave Atinadnned the I.nvv to -tie. come u llnokmnkrr nn Itiicr Trnettv, At tho hearing boforo Surrngnlo Ahbolt In Brooklyn yesterday lu He contest over the will of Mrs. Susan Allen, who dl it tn that city 111 December lust. It was deefnrod that Samuel flowo, ono of tho subscribing witnesses, had niystoilously disappeared. Mrs. Allen mado a will on Fob. 1. 18.S0, loavlng th? bulk of hor ostnle, valued at $70,00 1. to hor nclco.Susnn A. Howe, tho wlfo of Ldwnrd Howe, tho veloran tnetnborof tbo Board of Fduentlon, who ouco rnn for Mnyor ot Brooklyn, und cutting olT her nouhow. Jamos A. Cnrpcnter. with $100. Mr. Cnrponter Is contesting tho will pn tho ground ot undue Influence. The will was oxeoutod In Mrs. Howe's bouso. and tho subscribing wit nesses wre Henr7 V. ltowo and Samuel ltuwo her sons. Tho formor nppeatod befnro tho Surrogate yestnidny and teslllledtlint Mrs. Allon wns in polled health nnJ of Bound mind whun she executed tlio will. Ho identlllid his own hlKiiiituro ninl that uf his brother as wit nesses of thu wdl. His btotlier Snimnl he snld, left tho clly iu March last, ns It wns sup. posod, tognt-outli. As the family did tint hour from him for somo time his fnthor became niudi v.nrrlod and ho (iho witness) went to vvnsliltigton, having heard thai his brother wns In that city. Ho found his brother's nnmo on tlio rcglMor In u Uttlo Fiench rcsinurout In 1 st roe'. Sul so piently, und nltor a long search, ho found his btolher In the Union l S'lunro lintel In Now Yok. hnmuel lofused tn go hume, but pioun'od to In en hand on July hi when tho will cnntost was tu be tukin up. Since thon nothing has been heard nl him. J'.dwnrd l.owo. tun father ot the wltnossos to the will, tostllled that he wns very rauoh Biir ml'cd wliun his sou Samuel left him. Samuel vvns n lawyer and bud nn olllco In tho Fruuklln building. ' Thero hnd boon nsrlous misunderstand ing," Mr. Homo em tinned. " I otweon hnmuel nnd myself, and It Was vmy uw'essnry th it I shoti'd sou li I in. I hnvo nil "eon him slnco Jlanli l, Somo tlttre ago I tend about the adlons of u tunn nninnd Howe In Clncliitintl. and as I thought II was my son, I telegraphed for imi Menhir, hut hnve heatd nothing. Ihuvo nn Idoa whero hu Is now, 1 would like to see him very much." Tlio houring wns adjourned. The missing ynung Brooklyn lawyer Is belknod to bo Iden tical with Bo knuiker Samuel Howe, who, ac cording to a despatch published In Titr. Si'N a couple of inouihn ngo. disappeared from Cin cinnati niter Icing lobbod of 2 000 on a race trie'i--. It was wo 1 known lu Brooklyn tint Lawyer Ilowo wns a ennstntit specufntornn tho inccs. nnd when he went South in tho Bprlng it was said ho Intended to mnko books on his own noeonnt. His last nppenmnco In New York wns in tlie ralldlo of June, nnd since thon nothing lias boen soon nr hoard of him. Tlio dimculty lotwoju him and his father, it is thought, came "bout tn cento, ijitence nf Ills re-ululiou to abandon tho law lor a spoiling life. WAITKD tWTJI. HIS f.1frf.l.VCC CAME, And Then the Pout Office People Gnt on Wllllums Track mid Arrrnted llltn, Inspoctor Beavers of tho Post Oftlco arrested on Tuosday ovening n young man nnmod Wnl laco Williams, for whom he had been looking Blnco last N'ovcmbor. WH'iiuns is a Welsh man, about 111 yours nil. In N'ovomber last, when la tho employ ot tho New Yotk Soap and Chemical Company, It is alleged ho forged tho Blgnaturoof tlio Troasurer of tho company to a money o'der for flO.U'i and collected the mo'-iov. Ho dlsnniicarod and tho Post Olllco Inspectors wero unable to find him. It wan learned, however, thu t he rocelved soml-nnminl remlttaiieis from Wales through Drexel. Mor gan A (Ji. On Monday last he collectod a 10 mittnnce, and on Tuesday night Inspector Benvers nrrestcd him nt Ninth nveiiun anil Twenty-fifth streut. Williams was lockod up in the West Thlr!y-sventh streot sta tion honso. and wns brought before Com missioner Shields jesterdnr. Ho waived ox nmlnallun ami vi,s held fit fn.CUo l nil tonwalt tho action ot the Grand Jury. Tho pilsonor, Inspector Heavers savs, admitted his guilt nltoi lie was ano.-teil. Wllllnms is also chaigo I with forging a check on tho Broadn ay National Bank In favor ol tho soap nnd chemical company and collecting tho money. Tho punishment for the olTencs is im prisonment ior Irom two to five yoars and $5,C0U line. iir.ir co.uk j.v Li:ani3iB's ixteizust A PiirtlKnnnf Itavtl'n Ks-Prenldent Raid to lluvn i Mission to New fork. Tbo Atlas line steamer Alls.i arrived yoster day from tho West Indies, having touched at Jacmol. llnjli. July 2. and nt Les Cajos. July 3. Tho purser. Mr. Monkt. the only one ot the ship's company who won'- ashoto, ronoits ovoiythlng iiiiloi in tho town and its surround ings, but pro ilcts that it vtill not be long be fore a scrlona revolution will sweep over the island nnd ostabltsh a now Government In the place of tho piosent dictatorship of Hyppollte. A partisan of Legitime, named Lsllne. crossed frnm Jncmel to Kingston on tho Allsu und. tho ship's olllcers sny, will probably soon be In Now York on some revolutionary mission. '1 he whlto or foielgu population of J'ort-au-Trince feel very nervous over the turn affairs arc now taking, for thoy bellove that if there shonld he any serious out break tho consulates, alter the alfatr of May M at Mr. Coon's house, would nllord them no shelior. Capt. Tire and Purser Ilomrod of tho steamer Howenn. which arrived lesterday mornlngfrom Hnytlnn ' rts. both state thnt there wns noth ing now in tho p.litieul situation wiiou they lelt. aud thai evorythlng wus very iu!or. WITH TIIV bOT.ItlMIH AT BEAOJJtT, Got. mill nnd Other Notable Onrst to lit Prevent at To-dn'n Kevlcw. State C.vMr, SnAOtBT, July 15. All tho com mands of the First Brigade went through tho school of the battalion on tho field this morn ing. Major Beam was field officer ot tbe day and Capt, Decker officer of the guard. A din ner was civon the wives nt the membors of Gov. Abbeit's staff by his Excellency at the cottaco In the afternoon. To-nigt-t tlio Brigade baud soronndod the Second Battery and sec ond Iloglmont, ami tho Drake Zouave bund serenaded thu Govornor. Gioat preparations aro being mnde for to morrow's review, Tho Fir.-t and Fifth Itegl rnents will receive and entertain Lincoln I'ost No. 11 nnd tho Wnshlngtnn Council of Xovvnrk, who will nrrlvo on two excursion trains. Twelvo Indies and ten memboisof his Binll will accompany Gov. Hill to-morrow. A dole gntlon Horn the Did (iiinrdnnd the Socond Bat tel y of NewYoik will attend, and the Flr6tClty Troop of Philadelphia ts alsooxpocted. Hun Into n t'htilr Cur. Fop.t Scott. Kan.. July 15. At tho crossing of tho Missouri rnclilo and Missouri. Kansas nndTovnsllnllronds about 0 o'clock this morn ing a freight tialn crushed Into a chair car of tho Missouri l'aclllc passenger train, knocking it off the tracks nnd turning It nn its side. The following persons wero intuied: Mib W, II. Taylor. 8nlt l.nkn City. Mrs, W. S. Nlckson. Kingman. Kan,; Jell l'arker. Kldormlo, Kun.; Assistant Superintendent of Totegrarh L. Sheltnn, Sednlln. Mo.: Mrs. Natiuln 1'arl.er; Mis. Jennie Corber Sednlln. Mo.: child of Mrs. S. II Bullinger; J.W. llnblnsou, Lutiud, Kan.; Goorgo Miller, Wnlktr, Kan,; Mrs. George Miller. Gun Up the Purse Ilr llml Mfolrn. A poorly dresood young man snatched a poclcetbook from the bands of Mrs. Lille Scull ot 113 Itutledge stroot. DiooMyu, in Titlton street yesterday noun. The thief ran up Ful ton stroet lo Park row and was caught by De tective Sergeant Dolnn. At the Tombs Police Court ho gnvo his namo m Frederick Bogeis. und said he lived in Albany. He acknowledged tho Ihoft, but said ho was hungiy und hnd no roonov. Mis. Scull eiled and told tho Justice that all tho money she hnd was in the pocket book, whereupon tho prisoner took the purso rom nu inside pocket and handod it back to ta owner. Jubtico O'Kollly hold him in $1,000 ball for trial. Tree Mn'on I2utrrtulned by Mr. Douglas, A throng of Freo Mnions nnd their wives, slstprs, nnd ilnuirhtors, many of tho latter being niembois ot tho order of tho Kastcrn Star, gathered nt the spacious house nnd grounds forminc the old President Tyler losldence at West Brighton. Btatori Island, yesterday. They weio thu gue-ts ot Mrs. M. A. Baldwin Doug las, Worthy Miulbn nf tbe Grand Chapter of tho Kiistorii Stnr In this Stat. Mrs. Douglas juoviilodii bountiful leas', Thero wns dime Ingonn largo idatfoim e reeled forth occa sion. In thu evening M'c. Douulii- wns ue. seined wlih a hnndsonio jiuve1 the gift of her sisters lu the order of tlio Knsicin Star. Prermillon AkuIiimI Yellow Fever, Dr. William M. Smith, Health Officer of the Port, has Issued the following Instructions to pilots and other In relation to Quarantine; "All Sandy nook pilots nre dlreotod alter the Huh lust., whon the (Junrnntlno ship S, '. Carlton will be located In lln I mwr ll.iy. io un Ii r vessels from jidlnic finoi- lidectu I port- in th violnlty of the vu'uiiilliin shin lor inopoi'tiou The infected ports ut present sre Huvuni. Vein t'ru, lllo de Janeiro, ami Para. In tho ab'enco ot Die ellovv ling or of thu red light on thoUuarHntlnosbifipilotHare directed tn proceed with their vessels to the boarding station at tho harrows." f Unlike the weather, or other baking powders, , I Cleveland's Baking Powder Never Varies a ntMi'T.t: way or bwisni.mu. Pretend tn tie MoinrlinUr with Mnnev. Itny nn Ci'i'ill , unit Mrll Without P.ivtng, A veur ngo, when 12 12, Knluhl, n vve.illhy prodtuo iteuloi In Ilosinu, dlid. ills v.'ifo moved to Brookltn. 'ih n Borneo L. Lltcltllehl. a stntloi.er uf flielsca. nnd Ihreo young men nnmod lloblnsoii.l'niker. nnd Doiiul.is opened nn office nt 10 tentml streot, limtun. They Pitt nut n s.gu which gavo the impression tli.it Mrs. F night wiiseon Suiting ilin plnco. Lltclilleld got tu Mercantile Agency lo into I tho III m nt'J.',0 Hot), tin tho strength of tills showln:: FoicoAMoss gave Pinker, who rep resented Hint hu was about tu be inntrieil, oredlt for 17,(00 woith of leuclrv. The houso of Mrs. F, 12. Iv night I ocaine security (or tho tndebtoiinoss. l'liuii tlio Boston lurnlturo ( ompnny ttl.ili (I woith nf goods wus I ought on tlio sntnu tonus ami u carriage factory mild u tig tn ihom worth H :M In all thoy bought about S-i.i.uil iiMirth ut gonds. Kverytlilng but the jouolrv wus sold it ic duced intes bv the swindlers. A week ngo Foreo A Morse wcr- told that Parker wus a no torious criminal. Tlie llnstuu police began au Investigation, but bufoio tliey sccuiod mi in dent evldeip o nu which to urre t tho giiuu tho swindlers left Boston. A ilo-cripllon ut thorn Wns scut nil ovo thn countrj. Willie Dotoct.ve Jacobs nt tho Central Of fice was in Simpson's pawn shop, nt 15 Hcw ery. nn Moudnv aftcrno.i'i a young inn i enlcre I nudnsked lor a loan nf $10 on uilia mniid i ti.tr worth about' $.11)11. AnnhUrmnu was with tlio inung nne. .IncobB rocngiilmd them as l.ltchlleld mid llnbliison. Ho also kin w hublnson as Frank Htnnloy. tin iiuos tloned thuni nndtliolr answers woro unsuti' factory. Itiibinson slipped cut, but Litchfield wns turned over tu n pollcomnti, who took him to Pollen llua .rmnriers. The dotectlvos Intor arrests I llnhlnson on the Bowery. On Tues day Police Inspector Dugan of Boston lilentl lied tlieiu. At tho Jolforson Market Police Court vo-terdny morning they woro hold for twenty days to await extradition. Parker and Dourrlas havon't boon arrested yet. It is thought that ilO.OOO worth ot tho goods will Lo rocovorod. nro a.tsm:s j.v his throat. Ktiihlrliinn ssherky, Onee Kniptnyrd by Ituuker Mnrnslitl, Attrintits ulrlile. John Sheoky, a man of about .10. who was formeily in tho employ o! Banker Moroslni, in Mt. St. Vincent, attempted sutcldo at tho Bol ger Homo, Mt. St, Vincent, yostorday morning, llecontly Sheoky hnd been omployed as a sta bleman by Col. Beoehor. but ho had been on a big spreo for several days, Irom which ho was lust recovering. ... He wn found In his bed nt tho Bolgor Hoii'o about 10 o'clock yestorduy looming by the proprietor, -Martin Bolgor. with two long outs ucro'B his throat and a rii?or by bis side. Dr. J. T. Gibson of Yonker.s loutid thai Sheeky hud Boverud his ntndplpound hud jut nilssod cut ting his jugular vein. Dr. Gibson dressod tho wounds nnd said that bheoky's chances ot re covery appeared tn be good. Sheoky was sent down later to tho Harlem Hospital. Proposed Club of Englishmen. A mocting ot Englishmen Interested in n proposal to establish asocial club for Knell' h residents In Now Y'ork wns hold last night ot tho studio of Mr. Champney Kingloy. 200 Wost Fortr-sixth street. Mr. A. A, Mitchell of 32 Nassau stioct was appointed tomporary secre tary, and the meMing adjourned until Monday next when the details of mo project will be oonstdeiod, UAIUXE 1XT1H.TAOEXOB. minRK AiMinic imiDir. Bun MIM.... 4 43 SuiiffU.... 7 20 1 Moon MU...12 2S iin.li WATim tiim nir. Sandy Ueok. 3 57 I Cov.liltut. 3 13 1 Hell Gat... 6 03 Arrived Wjmhdit, July IS. Fi Ppree, Wltllirerod. Sonttiampton. Ba VV Uconvlti. Worralt, guei.towu H Citr or I'arli Uatklm. Liverpool. h suuvla. Uauar llamburir. S Stale ot Utorgla Cauert. MotIII. ta Italia Keutcr. Mttlln. sa Vniezuala. llopWtiia. Lairaayr Ss Ceraa, haenaen. l'urto cortex, ba Albert Puinola llnitail, llaracoft. sa Faraioira. Lclirlilon. Havana Sa Cltv of Savannalt. savona savannah. Sasamlnole, l'luit. Ctiarlealon. Ba Cuata Idea, t'onnvr .Norfolk sai-liv of Htclitiur lltliber. KallBtrtK Slilp Hermann. Petersen, llarbadoea. Parle Jollier Axeteen 117a. Dark: I.apland. Pavla Clenfiiaroa, SarkUaiila naoiri. OarnarA. tonthwait Harbor, Ma. For later arrlrali iae FlritPaje.I laRnan out. Fa Wyomlna; from Kaw York, at Oneenitown. Ca Tower Ulil, from alr York, at tuontion. biicoiac iTEaMimrs. dll lo-day. Haiti Hon. remit Sad. Pi rt PUmarek. llamburir. .lertio a. M. 1 110 P. M. Cirnfueiroa, .snrtau LOOP. M. aioir.M. Orinoco, Bermtlila 1:30 f. M. a-eOI". M. blbarlan, Ulasa-ovr 6.00 I'. 11. Sail To-momu. Clly ot Blrmtngtiam, Savan nah a.-oor. m. Fanama. ilordeau. Eeuilliole. Charleston 3 oil P M. stata of Teias. Fernaudlna S:OOI. M. Tyrlau, Klugiton. S.UOP. M. lacoaisa sTRivsain. Ihtt lrlav. Trlnacrla Gibraltar July 1 Ludirata Hill London M July 2 lliinello Hull July 2 VVielaud Havre July 7 Ime Driaaa. July 17. Germanic Queeustoarn July B Due Satumav, July IB. Advanca Rio Janeiro, ...MMM..... Jana2S Aoxuita Victoria Soutbampton July il Lite tltiiilay, July 19. Cmbrla. Qiieenitown -....Jolr'12 I'ana'la London ...July it Anctiorla i.la'rovr Jut 0 La Hourffogne Havre July II Alaika Oueeuslown , July 12 Irtie Jlouiay. July ?a faledonta Gibraltar Jnly n cuy of w aililngion Havana July to Fulda Soutnamnton H July 12 gfttjilnwi. Uotirw. "Krrp'H Milk XcicllKe Shlrla." Lariret a'ork. creatett variety. f-OU aach. Proait way, belaaen lltli arid Utb ata jVrAJFLjFtlUXJ. llAnKF.S-llOIIEK.-On July 13, mi, by the rcrlorof St. Ann'a Church, Cdard Eyeratt Market to tarah Irene Kotiea ot tbla cltr, , Ki:VMI,lH-JOtJK.-On July II, by tbe Rev. Charles R Treat. D. P at 11 v.ut o7tli it. Jotm II. lie) no da to !la A. Amelia Joyce, both of hew York. 3IjEX. Illr.rX.-t).i Uedneiday, July 15. at Hartford. I onn., Mnrle r, Rrnuo, aired i years anil 11 months. Krlrutls are Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, U2 I rout st-, on Prldoy afternoon at 4 o'c'ock. CANHIAX,-ni Wednisday. July 13, at Prldja- pnrt. Conn . John rashmmi aire 1 about 40 years C'OI.H -nitdeuli on Tiicsdny, July 11, Wtltlaru, son ut Israel II. I'n.e aKvd ' yeara Relatives .111 1 rim 1' of ilia family, also numbers of riiitliicuiall.uJue, N , 2i7, K and A. M are respect- fully invltod hnittenil the funeral services, on trf- day. Jul) 1, ut 11 A. it,, tram lusla'e residence, .'123 West SHU st. Inteni.eil at convenience of tbe family, COHTr.l.I.O.-On Tn es lay, July 14. Ann Coitelto, a native of uunty 1 1 prarr, Ireland. aed 7V 1 ears, luiuril fioni tne imulfiice of her ltcr, Winllred Ci.ilelo. .'Hili t ai.d tlinv Hula) aHio A M.lu Hie Ct urrli of Hie I'.iulUt I'albers I'.ct'.l st. rnd Columl us av 1 tlienca t'i Calvary, Relatives and friends are inrlle I tn attend. CJtIIJI VVI'.I.I..-At.M.neaiflt. N. V. on July 13. Mrs. Carolina U (romwell, Midoir if Andrew U. Crninv etl Kucernl todiy alto A M. lltlllil.-Ou Uriliiesday I ilr is l"t), Frank W , ba. loiel San 01 l.ii'imi 1' .111,1 His lite William II, I ntiin .ued I rvr 7 inoyibi and i'4 rtiijs, lie uuv. Mil 'rii'i'di nl rfiperlf illy invited teat. I -11 1 1 In iinra iriuu --, .vi.i-terdaui av, 011 1 r day, Jull I,, at I ,o' 'I Holt A N, -mi .' ly l, !" VI.. dsuirliier of t'attiriae and the lata t'nlrlck Purau. Funeral on Tburda) at 2 1' M. from ttia residence of liar brother In-law, Jolin Harold, Oguen ar. High lirMce. DOIIUI.ASH.-OnTiitsday. Jnly M Jessie Benton, vrlfe of traik II Pounlass of ."'twurk, N, J and daialitir nf I'ner !. Ainory. I itiiera1 prn 1 e ll)tV.N'-s,-iiu Xcn'n " II at New llsvsu, Conn, Clara loan u,l Pomts, v.dow vt Juaapk Powna aa'cd bO years an 1 7 raontbs. Friends are Invited to attsnJ the funsral from her lata reeldsnee, It ftariit, on Thuriday afternoon tt i 3 o'clock. s III' fl.IX-On .Inly 13, (leorsf I I'.ppl J lu larnl from liMidquiitcrs nolle l'ni,:rj, d A. IU, 9 .01 lltsi 1 ry, tuslny at J 1' M.fiurp I I'l.r.TCHIIIt. nn Tiifid,i, .lidr It. John e'dist I jeiiiiiinllis k'mi or rnrali and tlie late J0I111 1'lelclisr. In his a nh )ear. f. Trlf mis nre respecifnllr Ir.Tlted to ntlen 1 the t nnerat, J Irom Id" pirciils' lesldeiiip, li'il Inst .'..it a., on I lluiia.'ni. July lit, in 11 ..'1 A. M . tl.eiice to Cliurch I id Si. John tlio l.iatirellst, where a requiem mass 8 wtll le celcarated OIITTIICIN. niiJuly 13. Jotm Oottron. In ttis'-'d ) parol hlc ar. leneral n-rvlirs at to A l. on Ihiirsdnr. July l a' 1 l.e (touch ot Ilia Meet Holt Redeemer, :d St., lii'ieon Ais A and II. l'.ease omit tlowers, Itlll'.MIIlAI'.VI.-I'm i.nass C.UMii. .No or. It. A.-vleinUeraiifabore council are noticed to attend Hie Pun-rat of our lata brother, hropn'd itreene lutitn Tlinrday July Pt at 1 o clock 1'. .. from 1 la laic nsi.loiico. tl.'S j.ast RI11I1 st. lly order n ttia lO'Hriit. II hllTII.SCIllI.il. i-ecrtlary OKI PI ITIIH. On TitenJay, July 14, James Urlf tltl.fi nsrd 77 years 1 iineral fmm his Into residence, to M. Peltx si, Ilrniklyn, 011 rhursJay, July Id, (it -J o'clock MAfilM.N.-On iimiilay, July IT. at Fanta Barbara, Cnl.. I.etiM.ilanuhier of J. II. and Jennie llaiciln. IIAItltHiA N.-nii Wednesday. July l. at llridaa- ' ptrt. Conn.. Auiue. youniist dauirhler of Martin and ! Ca'liarinn Ihirrlfim. ait I I year and l inontba ' Frirmla nro united in alien I tlio runeral from the ' res'denceiir tlin parents 'JtiJotitisou su, on Thurs day afternoon at 4 o'clock H.VKKMl.N-0n Welnrslav. July at Hart- fold 'onii .tereuiltdi llarrliranor Kront st, ac1 i rJyenrs i IIAIt'l'llN.-On July in, Oliver llanen. aied 43 I ) cars. I Funernl Thursday, from hla lata residence, I.BI2 34 j ar.. at I n'clork liittrment nt dreennood. IIAi;i;ilM:v.-vt his lata resldenca. 4IR Wait 4utli st.. Jainea Ilauitlmey. Funeral on Thursday, July Id, at t P. St- from abora address. I 1 .VK VIM. At Danbury, Coun, July 13, Charles II. Jarvls. , Interment at Cypress Hills. ' KAr.I'I'I!!,,-At Hlssloeen. Germany, on ItonoUy, July 13. L'dwnrd K-seppel of this city. Kl'.. X IIA'.-dn Tinasday, July 14. at 1 1 art font Conn., ! Mrs. Coins Kenncy, nldowof ttlcbaat Kennay. a(sd ' SV years. ' Friends aro Invited to attend the funeral rromhsr 1 late residence. 31I IIJcU st. on I rldar fo-rnoon at 9 1 o'clock, and from Ft, 1'atrhk'a Church al 9 3J 1 o'c'ock. ' KEXI1Y.-On Tuesday. July 14. at Hartford, Conn, Farali 1. Keney of 21 Albany av., ared K7 raara and 7 months. KJtA KT.-On Tuesday, July 14, Isaac Kraft, and 73 yairs. Funeral from tho resldenca of hla brolbcr-In-Iair, Alexander Matk. 420 Karl iroth st 'Thnraday mora Ing. July II". at v o'clock. T.llll, Ibointis lee. be'ored linsband ot Rotla Den. nolly. The deceased was a native ot tba pariah of Aniridias county Leltrlm. IreianiL 1 The funernl win tako placa from Ms lata rasddenee, alii i:uat lfth st.ou Friday, July 17, at 2 oetook sliarn, I.I.MIa'AY.-Suddenly. Jnly In. at ha lata rMt dence. 23U West3,'tli tt.. William Llndaay. rrlvate luternvnt In Ureenwood. I,lVIMib1X..-Oii Tueaduy, Jnly la, Emma, wife ot Oscar F. I.tvlnKSton. Funeral services on Friday, 17th Inst, at 10.30 A. C at tho Church ot tho Incarnation, Madlaon av. and noth st. Interment at Woodlawn. rrtenda wilt kindly omit (lowers. J.OCK2:ilY.-Un Tua-dar. Jnly 14. at Kaw Haven. Coun , char'ea son of Chas. W. Locksry ot IDS Bdjra wood av., aired tl months and 7 days. ; Funeral private. JLYOX.-On tha 14th Inst. Btlaabeth. widow of Far man Lyon, tn tha IiTth year ot her age. Balatlvas and f rlanda ara respectfully Invited to at tend the funeral from tha residence at her son, John K Lyon, 413 West Uth st.. on Thoraday cjvan. lng at u o'clock. Interment at eonvenlenea of family. MOni.ATII.-On Tuesday, Jnly 14, Chrisllna Hor lath, wife of Jacob Morlath. In her 47th year. Relatives and friends ara Invited to attend th runeral from her lata residence, 473 2d avM at 1 i al. on Friday, July 17, I8l. MUKl'IIV.-At Bridgeport, Conn., on Tuesday, July 14,Loretto, only child or allohaal and Iiney Murphy, aped R montbs and 21 days. ' Frlenda ara Invited to attand tba frmaral from the ' residence of the parents. 104 North Washington ar-, ! on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'olock. McCOKMirK.-On Wadnaafay, Jnly ts. last, at his late residence. 208 Wait 3ith at. Jama MoCor mlck. Notice of funeral on Friday. McCOItJIIOK.-On Tassday, Jnly 14. at Dartford, Conn, John McCormlcV, aged 38 years. Interment at New Britain, Conn. McCO U JtT.-At hla late resldenca. 400 Watt 171k M. John M. McConrt Ralatlvea friends, alto members of A. O. C W, Vti 208, ara re,)uested to attend his f nnaral Thursday afternoou.t Interment at Calvary. UcDONALn.-On July 14, 1801, at hla lata resi dence, 100 Wast OUth st, Bugene B. UcPouald. In fant son of John R. and Manraret E. McDanald. ra neral private; Interment at Elizabeth. N.J. O'HItlNK OnTuesJay. Jnly 14. at Hartford, Oomn., William O'Brlna, son of Thomu U'iirlna ot 42 Law rence st, aired 4 months. "" O'HAItA,- On Taesday, Jnly 14, at nartford. Conn., Thomas () II ira of 78 Tatbut at, aged 3J yaara. PAI.MKII.-on Tuesday. July II. at New Haven, Conn., William Tatmer. aval 01 years. 1 Friends are invited to attend tha funeral from hla late residence, 1 Hi Columbus av., on Thursday foranoon ats-ioo clock, and from bacred Heart Church at o'clock, POI,AXI.-On Tuesday, Jnly 14, at Bridgeport, Conn, UanlelF. Poland, aged 44 years. Friends ara , Inilted to attend the funeral from his lata realdaneo, 07 Madison av, on Thursday forenoon at B:30 - o'clock and from St. Auzustln'sChurchatDo'elork. ' Kl'.PI).-On Tuesday, Jnly 14, at New Haven, Conn., John II. Reed, aced about no years Notice of funerd hereafter. Kl; lis.-At Manchester. la.. Jnly 13. Mrs. Ifarrlat K. Rlirirs, widow of Jlerrllt VV, Itlcga ot Avon Bprtngs, N, Y In tbe O'lth year of her age. niTTKIt.-On July it. 1BJ1. at Antwerp. Belgluan, Pr. Frederick L. Rltter. Notice of funeral upon arrival of iteamar. JtOCNKI-On Tuosday, July 14, at Hartford, Conn, Maria Itoevke, aged48yeara. Frisnda ara Inv lied to attend tha f unarat from Hospi tal Chanel on Thursday afternoon. rlAAWIJII.-On Wednesday. July l. lftol. Mary r.llen. wire of Leonard Hawyer and daughter of tha lata Ruth and Fterenson Iiungan of Baltimore. Funeral aervlcea at her lata realdsncs, .'17 Wast 40th st , lids nfternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment at Bai- : tluiora. BU.IL.TON.-On Tuesday, Jnly 14, at nart'ord. Conn, Annalleaton, widow of John C. Skllton, aged 81 years 3 months and 27 days Friends ara Invited to attend tha funeral from her late residence, 188 Blgoorney it, on Thursday after noon nt li'io o'clock. SM IT II. At tils lata noma, on Tuesday avanlng, Jaly H, George Fmlth, beloved husband of Mary Tat mil) a Fmltb. Funsral services at bis lata residence, B7S afenroaat, Brooklyn, on Thursdsy avanlng at 8 o'clook, later ment prlvata VOX (il.ltlCIITIlKS.-Buddrnly, Harold Tbasj. ilora yonnirest son of Henry and Amelia Von Oar Ichters tn Ins .'.th )ear, ruuernlon Thursday, al I o'clook, from BO Watt lOOUt street WINl'Iir.KTnH.-On Monday, Jnly IS, Gaorga t. W Ini-lisiter. aired '-'.' years. Friends und relatives ure respectfully Invited teat tend Ids I uneral from Ids lata resldenca, 81 Hostranl ay, llrco.lrn, Thursday. July 10, Idol. Vt'l.''Kl.r.X.-nn Tii'sday, July it, at Ilartford, Conn , Rot ertWInklen, aged 17 years and 10 month , Frisii'is are tin Ited 10 attend tha funeral from tha residence of Ids uncle, 41 Mulberry St. on Thurs day aftcrn'jen at 'ii'M o'clock. Till: TAVI.OH COUI'ANY, VMil.KTAXI'liK ANI MANCFACTURUUU, lll.TAIIi HKI'AlirilKNT, rttnrra s rlsborato sir unpretentious-furnished coov rlfp-iy ldi c .rerul and personal attention lo every iitttl, I ixe-l scipe of prlcca lo imet tbo reiintremautl I ul all 1ri bono roluioclloris , ,11 J .Iiim.N AV , HU 1IOWI.RV. NI'.W VIlllK. ' 2i3 i-nnil Hill FT.7 l.iM'hWF.LL I'l, 11'KLYW. prriiil 31otirtj(. i A.-A.-Tlir. HrMMI.lt CAMPAIGN ot the army of dies and mosquitoes Is fairly commaDcedt they can ba knocked out by the use of Roebuck a Wire bcrceus on doors and windov. a. nrsat Largalus at KUi.RL'OK'il, 17J Fulton st IlltOWN'H llOt'SI'.IIOI.II PANACJ1A, 1 Hill flllKAT I'AlS KFLIKVF.lt I in ISTIIINVLAMI l.YTI U.NAL t.'SF. Ci rrs 1 r nips 1 0 io c bin ni. 1 .ut 1 inns 2,'c. a bnttla. :w i'ubUratioiw. DAIIVVIS. Kiistln. Stenrer. Iluitsy. liradlangh. Froe lor, Vollaira, Uvusisau, llulia'. Fains, Carina. etisau, JKATT, liicihai.