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jb' ' ' THE SUN. THUIDAY, JULY Vl?9Z -A V '
ftf Of - l - a-aejaaeac-aaaaaataiasa-sasasa BB IF',' EASY WAYS TO BROOKLYN. W TJTJT XXED OF THOSE ITilO rrj Cj ' TUBHH A XD THOSE WHO WAXT TO. jive Trailer and ,KlevatMJ Cunt Will Cerlnlnly Croaa wW the Bridge Soon, " ho Huddle anionic 3J1 RetnrulxB Hrositlynllra at the Olhrr W End at the nrldlro Will Then Disappear. W&f (Donslderlrnj th rem rkablo cdvnntnges which fyr roi alator tlty of Hrooklyn has to Oder as n SS, place for homos for portons of modcrntomenns. S, -rho raako tip so largo a proportion of the popu- ' tattortot tho inctripolls, the wonder ! -not that BL Brooklyn hss grown to n poputntlon of 1,1 10,- pf OOObut that eho has not oe'roady pacscd the two- m- mllllinmnrk. tWho 1 thoro that Is not unploastntly familiar 1 with tha worry, crush nntldlEcoinfortot the rush hours whtin working mom and women aro com Inn to the Jowor part of Hew 'Vork to factorlos 1 and oftlcci and getting hack again at night, W&-' - after a worrying dar of lnlvor. How they crowd , " the transportation lines of every kind and do- , scrlptlonl Kvcry working dny In tho year great 2 streams of pcoplo toino Into tho busy purls of (? Wis city from orcry direction. Thero aro the E& lens of thousands from suburban towns In New KJf Jersoy: other tlnusands from tho north, who if como by rail from tho now ly annexed district and RS tho towns beyond in Westchester nnd out toward Wk " (Connecticut; thousands more from tho district V wncutheIxnRlsUndIiaiiroadtans,iiHdanothcr Wk Inpour over tho ata ten Island ferry. Tlion.raost US Important of all, arc", tho hundreds of thousands liT who havo homes I a Now York city Itself nnd E$ haTe to tnvol on tbo elevated trains and tho Rff eurface cars of tho Metropolitan Street Italiway K&' Company and down TLdrd avenue. Rjf. Why Is It, thon, that n large proportion of Wff , theso persons who now rldo dangling from car JS straps to and from their homes, nnd Anally w lion Ep they are arrived at homo try tn mako boliovo ft that they are corafortahlo In cramped Hats, in- K-R stead of ha Ing w hole houses to thcmielt c. do By not niigrato to tho houses of Hrooklyn. where (ft oven one may have a grnss plot or a flower Es garden to themsch rat nnd brcatho the salty air ft from the nearby ocean. mi. Thero Is llttlo doubt that tho most Important W& reason Is to bo found In tho discomfort and ex- pK- pense of tho present arrangements for Betting across tho East IUvcr. Onco in lirooUjn, thero R$ ore plenty of car lines, clovatod, trolloy, and E? steam, which will take them promptly to their 1. destination, and do the work for a Blnglo faro of MS Ave cents. AtacaBual glance It would seem at KJ.J If there were already means enough to cross St the East IUvcr. Besides tho great Hrookl)n K$ bridge, thero are ferryboats, which leavo K$f from many parts of the water front. S Thero Is the Thirty-fourth Stroet Ferry to Lone M Island City, the Brooklyn and Now York Ferry W& Company, which runs boats from Twenty-third K street, Orand street and Roosovelt Btrcet to Wa. Broadway, Williamsburg, and from Grand By atreot In this cJty to Grand street in Williams- fc burg; tho Nassau Forry Company, which K5 runs boats from Houston street to Grand Ki street; tho Tenth and Twenty-third Street Ferry Company, which operates boats from B Twenty-third and Tonth streets to Orcen- Ikr point avenuo; tho Union Ferry Company, w hlch Bj. has lines from Catharlno strict to Main street,, from Fulton street. New York, to Fulton street, MS Brooklyn, from Wall street to Montaguo slrceN Hr nnd from Whitehall street to Atlantic aenue WL and Hamilton nvenue and thofaouth Ilrookljn K ferry from Whitehall street to Thirty-ninth HI, street in Brooklyn. Tho ferry companies do K , not tell how many tens of thousands of pas- r sengcrs they carry dally, but It is a crcat HI'. army. Every ono who thinks of going to Brook- &' lyn to live feels, however, instinctively, that War unless his plato of business is noar to a ferry such a way of getting homo is but a makeshift. J It means an extra fare, and this counts, even K though it be but a cent or two each way; and v: then there Is a scramble at tho other side for a HP cp 'or home. Hrt The natural route, and tbo ono that should K' have every advantage In Its favor, is tho Brook- Sv lyn bridge This great highway, built as solid K, as any street in tho city, it would seem, ought to K?- offer them a comfortable solution of tho prob- . lem; but does it f Alas l it does not. K Wonderful improvements. It is true, havo ft been made recently in the currying of its pas- Kl sengers, and no one can iusllyaj now that tho m? Bridge management has not risen to a realiza Bsi - tiiyti .-' its duty to the public so farasmorely K4 cettlng tie pcoplo across tho great structure la fi; concerned. With the new electric motorcars to do the switching promptly, and trains run- ?, nine at 07 seconds heaUw ay in tho rush hours, f.. tho platforms aro kept clear of tbo old crowds. H;r and it will be posslblo with tho equipment now Kv provided to Increase the number of trains to B twenty and run on 45 seconds headway. On H; the tretcnt schedule about ilt,'MH pcoplo Va an hour can be transported, and this can V bo increased to -10.00 an hour with a HL" 45-sccond schedule. But wlicn thtso pco- K"s pie arrlvo at tho Brookln end of the v bridge what becomes of them. Kcry one of KJ" them, except the few who walk home, has to R? take himself on hisown legs tosomo other trans- mh portntlon line, elevated or trolley, and tho scrnm- K ble in the busy hours is wild and weaning. K Thoso who go homo on tbo elevated lines '2 sort themselves out of the crowd nnd ' part in two directions, for tho stairways tmf leading respectively to the Kings County and Brooklyn elo att d roads, and after climbing h to the lot el of tho fourth floors of surroiindluir K buildings, walk over long passngown) ". through Hlu the restrictcil was v. hero ticket takers hold H sway, and finally rush for lilaccs in the trains. & Thoso bound for tro lej carsareoenworsoofT. Efo They tight their way to other stairways. descend Hl( two long llights. and then walk lnngdljtanccsto I'' where they wait for their respective cars. Tho k sceneatsucha busy hour at Fulton etrect. op- ?;. posite the bridgo, is exciting, and a stranger vt wonders bow tho pcoplo eer ilnd tho rlu-ht V. car, nnd that somebody is not killrcl K every night. Tho trolley cars go up and K--5 down Fulton street in a string as clone m$ together as they can be run, nnd yet e err per- Hc son bound uptown must cross this double line of K,' cars before tncy can get aboard. It is better at gi at the car yard beside tho bridge, but there can- K"- not lie cars onough thero to tako tho whole BV traffic. In tho morning tho stcn Is tltesniiie, Kp only with the How of traffic roicmed. mA Every wonting day In the yoar about lUO.OiX) Vf persons cross thu bridgo in tho cars and more w hftn IftO tuu nf these hiive to make tho lalorI- Hf ous trntmfer from bridgo cars to elevated nr "' trolley cars, ltoughly speaking, about IH,000 my of these climb to tli elevated roads and 40,000 K' descend to tho trollej curs. Ktv That thero Is no necessity for this intcrrup- t', tlon In thostrrnmof truusll is recognised b) nil i concerned, including tho trustees of the bridge j- and tho olileiuls of the rlcwited nnd trolley B roads. lroposltions limo been mado by tho H)( transportation loinpanlcs to bring tlielrcar ill- K rcctly to tho Now ork cml of I lie lirldge, whero tho people could enter thim and bo carried right B? through to their destinations. H'4 More than this, tliu transportation companies Bf. havo ngreod to miynll the expenses of muking H thcnecessiry nlterntions on tho limlge, to pay j, tbebridgua toll fnrncrj car, ainltocirrj ncry FHRiiingor f rom New York to his destination In Irooklyn for the Biimo 0-iciit faro wblththny Kp-, now got fortnklng him from thu llrookljn t r- K; minus. Of course, they hope to muko money B; out of this through getting a vast increase uf H:j business, hut the pcouln would ilcrltu an iiu- K' xnenso dim I Iwnellt from it atonee in money Kl saving, and Ilrookln loulii not liclp gel ting a mK irrcat Increase nf residents. On tho prem nt basis of traffic, tho dull) snlng nf nionej fur KC bridge fares to KM) (Mid pcruoiin would lui .i,(Mh) Ki a day or al, 000,000 a ea.- lor working uu)s alone. B According to President William Ilnrrl of tho P BrlilgeTruhteit, nllllmtno htamlHintliownv of K' bringing about this dcsiiiiblu usiilt Is a Milmlon K of the engineering problems whlih tho joint uxo K-, of the bridgo by Its own cars, the elevotid cars, HE nnd tho trolley tars liiwrivta. '1 o months ago e a general agreement wns rent hed, wlifreh) thu K devilled roula consented to pay Vi enls per K round trip for each car sent otcr the bridgo ami r tbo trolloy roads wcro to pay ft cents a tar. nnd K' Pretlncnt Ilcrrl whs authorized toslgu contracts K'V wltli tho roads. Then the engineering dillltul- Br tics sloppi d negotiations for the time. Bi At thu Brooklyn end of tho brlilgo there Is KV llttln trout !e. The elevnted rouds will build HC branches tn Tlllarj stroet and bring their trtlns K Ufon the bridge trutks there. Kaeh of their Ef trains is to he provided nith an electric motor K car and tho other cars with cable grips, and as Kv soon as their trtlus enter tho bridge domiln, K) bridge news will mun them and operate them Sr otcr and back. 'I ho bridge will furnish tho Bv! power also, nnd it is for this scrtlco thatthu K extra toll is to bo paid. fj At the New York end of tho bridgo It Is pro- K"' posodtomako an island platform between tho f two tall tracks nt the western end of thu train r shod for tho elevated trains. Tho bridgu V trains would use Hip priuent platforms m and operate over ono ret nf Ihu gaunt- K icteil tratks. while t.'io elevated tralnj B, would uso tho other tracks. 'I en trains V, of cnih f stein would gio the maximum K' serrite, 'I tils arrangement, seems satisfactory rf to the bridgo people, hut President Berri sit) s ho U cannot slgiiun) toutrai mnlll tho nrraugcinouts Hjf for thu entire sort Ice Imomuleto. Hj lnthurnhuol the trollo) cars tho problem Is r so difficult that nlthough a variety -t plans hate been presented nouo has vet proved satis- H factory, 1 he original proposition was thut tho K trulley cars should come otcr on traiks to bo IV laid on the outer edge of each carriage ro id Af war, and at about 1,000 feet fiom tho ' end of tho Now York terminal swin; K: outside thu roadways on a rlulnit loop K? until they got high enough to i)"iir the B Magonwuyb fourteen foct nnd then romehnrk iV' orortho roiidwas und bo coutiuiird until lliey Ki connected in a loup that was to bo built around Hs theoutsldeof the present station In Park low, v. Inner tracks In loops ncielo bo built nlonrf Iho V l:"e of .be statiou, wlicro cars of thu various K Ucfti should ULo and discharge passerscru yaissiiiiiiWkjSife. tv. ?.- .i '-'' ;-:t;--ly- -sK sbsv.bIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!?bIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH sbout on A lovel Willi the present plat forms. Tho platforms for this purpose were to be reached by BO stairways from tho first gallery floor of iho station. Thlswasfron crall) satisfactory to tho bridgo authorities, but when it was proposed to support tho loop out on Park rowwllh somn blc cantilever tiussos thoy refused consent, Thon It was Proposed to support the loop on pillars of tho nrldro and ole vated stt urturr, but hero another dltllcuHy wns encountered. Mr. Otlondorfor of the stitaU Zrltuntt held control of tho Hltuatloitby menns ofaspeilnl law, which ho had had passed, lint Itliig building in the street In irontof his build- '"If Mr. Otlendorfcr's con'ent could have been got to the extension of ono of thoelovnted road's plllnrs," Mr. Herri Bald icstrrility. "tho con tracts would nil havo been slgnod by thlltlmo and tlio work could bo under way, Tho consent could not lx obtained, and now a now plan has been prepared by Iho trollcyroads, iiu I this will bo submitted In a tiny or two. Under this plan tbo tracks of tho trolley roads will riso on a steady grado from whuro they llrst leavo tho roadways until tlity are high enough to cross over tho tops of tho bridgo tars within tho present station. Over Hint part of tho station whero tho tnll tracks aro it floor would bo built and tho trolley cars would swing nrouml from tho Incoming to tho outgoing track otcr tills floor on four loops. '1 hey would mako their stops on tho loops to tako on nnd deliver passengers, nnd ono stop would answer for both purposes. As tho cars would bo so high In tho air, it is proposed to put in eight c cvittors, to rarry llfty passongers each, to rlso from tho gallory floor. Whether this plan Is aatlsfactory or not. Presi dent itosslter of tho Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company, and President Herri Iwth locla.ro that Bomo plan wdl soon bo dot lsed to bring all tho carH otcr iho bridge. While tho engineers nro nt work on theso plans thoto of tho trolley roads are also prepar ing torollm u tho congestion of traffic which now blocks Fulton Btrcet. 'iho hopo of tho trolley lines is to so increase their business as to mako it profitable. With oven their present business Fulton Btroet is so crowded that it is often possible for a person to walk from tho bridgo to City Hall us quickly as he could ride. It Is manifest that no Incrcaso of business could bo carried on these trncks. nnd tho lossof tlmu is also a grctt dlsadtantage. Plans nro now bolng prepared to open up routes to and from tho bridge through Hands street. Navy stwt. nnd Hudson ntcnuo to Fulton strcci. beyond Flnllmsh avenue, thus git Ing six tracks Inslond of two for tho business and avoiding tho congested district with four of tho tracks, through cars would run ot er tho extra tracks, and tho local business be taken bj tho enra whlrh would continue to run on Fulton street to tbo ferry and bridge. 'Iho bridgo nnd rnilmad pcoplo nro sanguine that these armngeiiienta can bo completed, ton tracts signed, and all tho work dono before, an other six months hat o passed. Then llrookljn would rcnll bo accessible, and Iho running of trollcj cars would bo lncroaso the bridgo capacity that no amount of gruwth whith could Inko placo during the ncM lit o tmrs could ot crtax It, Flvojcars from now tin- trustees of the now EnstHtver Bridge promise that nnot her great highway shall bo t ompU'ted ncross tho rit or from Dclanccy street to Williamsburg. '1 ills bridgo is to bn built so that from tho lieglnnlngclotnted railroads and trolley lines can not only run across It. but can mako dlreit connections at either sldoof the bridge, so that tho crossing of tho river ma) bomtrelt pnrt of routes which mav oxttnd from ant part of New York to any part of the Creator New York which lies nit tone Island. This bridgo will hnio two tracks for elevated trains, four for trolly cars, and outside these, rondw.it s, footpaths and perhaps a blcytle path, tho bridgo will be 118 feet wide. At cither end land will be taken to mako plnras crtch two blocks long, so ns to protcnt conges tion of traffic , ,..,. The outlook for Brooklyn nnd for the New York man who wants a house by himself is thorcforo brigbt. XOBODT WASTED THE PJIISOXEES. rive Stokers. rTMted for Theft. Taken rrom Place to Place and rinnllT Ulschnrced, Policemen Intcmann nnd Carlln had n col lection of coal-begrlmcd whito olcphints on their hands for nbout seven hours yesterday in tho persons of Peter Van Ncssek, William Good harlo, Antonio Lucos. Joseph Von dcr Heghon, nnd William Von dcr Stappen, stokers belong ing to the steamship Southwnrk of tho Bed btar line, who wcro accused of having broached tho cargo of thnt t cssel. Tho Southwark arrlted at Pier 15, North Itlver, Tuesday morning, nnd tho men accused got shore leave. When tho discharging nf tho cargo was begun it was diseoicrod that a caeo of volvct had been broken open nnd a quantity of the goods fctolen. A largo quantity of to bacco waa also missing. Somo of the veltet was found in the forecastle where the accused slept with others of tho crew. Tho tobacco was traced, it is asserted, to two rooms at Dcv nnd West streets, in whiih lwtween g(K) and 1,000 pounds of It was found In sacks and scattered nbout tho floor nnd bedB. The men wcro not there. Later they went on board their teasel, whero they wcro arretted yesterday morning. . , , ..., Capt. Browster and other officers of tho South wark touid not be posltitu that tho men we:o tho culprits, as seteral others who slept In tho forecastlo had descried, nor was It posslblo to ascertain when and whero tho theft was committed. The policemen took their prisoners to tho Centre Mrect Court, but Maglstruto Deuel thought Commissioner bhlclds was the proper person to deal with tho case, and to the Federal building tramped tho ollltcra and the stokers. The Commissioner said the proper way to do was to tako tho men licforo the British Consul, who touid then apply to him forn warrant in extradition proceedings, so nway went tbo po lice and prisoners to Iho Consul's office But that functionary differed with tho Commis sioner. ..... "I have no Jurisdiction in this case, said the Consul. "What will wo do with 'eml inquired Policeman Carlin of tho other polli email. "Taku 'em back to Ihu Commissioner." war the reply, "but tlrst call nn iiinbulauco. ' Tho tehicle arrittd and In it tho party wcro taken back to thu Commissioner. Thu nrrltal of tho ambulance at tbo Mail street elotator (iitraiico attracted a largo crowd, who ctldeiit ly imagined that another cletntnr bud fallen or some other catastrophe had occurred. 'Iho Commissioner and Assistant District At torney IHnman ronfernd. Mr. Shields looked bothered, tho policemen anxious, tho stokort in different, und tho crowd In tho court room amused. "Will you press tho ehargo against theso menf" inquired the Commissioner. "No," replied Mr. Illuiiiun, "tho cvidencr does not warrant It." "You nro discharged," said Mr. .Shields, and tho stokers wero out or the building and away before the policemen had full) graslied tho fact that they had been rcllotcd of their troub lesome churges. BOYD COXl'ESSES FEllJUKY. Collnmo or the Plot tu Secure the Katate or ol. lllnnebnrd. Peter Ilojd, tho negro who claimed to have been ono of tbo witnesses nt tho innrriago o fjol. William L. Blaiichard to runny Bclkelsor, lllanebard's lolored housekeeper, walked Into the District Atlorne)'s office jesterday and surrendered hhntclf. Ho had betn arrested at Plainllcld, N. J., as a fugltltu from Justice. Bo)d mado a tonfujslon to Assistant District Attorney Perkins stating that ha had com mitted jierjur) to obligo the llclkuiscr woman when he snore that ho was present nnd saw Col. Blaiichard and her mnrriul In Monmouth, N. J., b) tin) lint. Father (icoglmn. Ilojd was tnl.cn to Ci litre hlnet Po.ku court, whero ho was admitted to ball In $.l0 Col. illamhald was it will known snorting man. He died on May '2i. lHllli, mid left r largo estate. Setcn months nflcr Ids death Mrs. Belkclser claimed Hint she was his widow, bho applied for letters of administration In this ciiy, alleging ill it the bad bee u m.eii.ed to Col. lilnnthurel ut Monmouth, N, J on April '.'II, lh.HI Thu public aiiiuiiihtrutnr appoiiiiid her administratrix, but eubsuqucnily i evoked her pupers. An investigation showed that the Hot-. Father Googhnu died three months b foio the alleged marriage, and Unit no umrringo ceremony had been p'iforiuci In Iho parish during thu entire )car. Harriet Hciimjii, who claimed that ulio had ue ted as bridesmaid, lias since mado a toulussloii, mid Mrs. ilclkelser, wlmwae arrested nn a charge ot poijur), is out on 4-S.00O bull. I,oal lluilueas Troubles. Thomas J. Fleming nnd John H. Polllon, com posing the firm of Fleming &. l'olllon, electrical engineers and contractors, at !l!t and 41 Cort landt street, made nil usslgnimnt )osterday to K unucl II. Unlet tad. 'Iho liabilities aro $10,000, No estimate of tho iisjcis Is git en. 'Iho bherlll reieiveel an execution yester day iigaliiBl .Solomon Knllgmnii, dealer In pic tures at 10 F.ust Fourteenth street, fiom Lud vighft lljttenbergfui '.',0.! in fator of Ellen I,. Demorcst as uilmlnlilralilr of thu estate uf W, Jennings Demorc.H for two inontiis' rent of tho store. When lliuHierilf went thero to muko a let) tiellgiuan il.iliind Hint the business be longed to his brother -i imucl. 'ihu bherlll has elobiel the store of William A. Mathesius H Co., dec orators und dealers In wall paper and puints at 'JiMO bet ciith at en no on an oxetutlon for tpl.'d"- ill Utor of Frederick Mulhusius, und thu salu has been sot down for the lath Inst, alnntlun or lrw llulldlnss for IMOT, A typographical error jestcrday mads The GUN say that tho Increased tnluation of real estate, us show n on the assessment rolls for 1807, duo to thecrtctlonof new buildings. Is ,000, Cut). It should hat o i oad JO, 000,000. Two 24 hour Limited lr.n taca way, every day In the your, bstwetn .New York slid Unceeijo, via Net York Central and lt MKIiljau Ccutini una J.afto chore coonsetloM. ilw, i tw .iywViaiiife-. t,. ,tij5u fjfx .et.fea 5-Vii; HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS. JTAitra OF THOSE SEZECIED JFOJl THE XEW BOHOOZB. There Are Sixty r Them, aad Their ! arlra ltanse from 911,000 t ai.DOU lear A Coraaalasloa or OealUla ta netet mlan the Beat Colors for Schoolroom Walla, Tho Board of Education yestorday authorlied the President to appoint a commission of throo oculists to report ns to the most dcslrabte color for use on tho walls of tho new school buildings, and on thoso of the old ones which aro to bo re palntod. It has been contonded that tho colors of Iho walla In schoolrooms wero ofton of such a charnctor as to impair tho children's eyesight, and it Is proposod that in tho future all walls shall bo painted alike, and of such color as the oculists may decldo to bo tho best, Tho board also recommended tho nppolntmont by tho Board of Health of s. corps of experts whoso duty It should bo to oxamlno the achool children with roforenco to physical dofects, Buch as thoso of eyesight, hcnrlng, or tho sense of smell. Theso exports, It Is proposod, shall report to school principals, who in turn will call tho at tention of parents to tho defects discovered In their children. Tho action of tho Board of Education In ap pointing teachors from othor places than New York to most of the places In tho new high Bchoolswas again mado tho subject of oontro t crsy whon tho question of electing a successor In tho Board of City Superintendents to Addison B. Polnnd camo up yesterday. Mr. Poland was appointed last year, but resigned. Tho Commit tco of Instruction recommended tho appoint ment of A. W. Edson of Wortcstor, Mass. This brought Dr. McSwoeny to his feet with a motion that tho names of tho other applicants for tho post bo placed before tho board. It was only fair, he Bald that they should consider somo of tho other names before drawing tho lino against New Yorkors. Tho names wcro not available yesterday, but will bo distributed to tho Commissioners before tho noxt meeting, whon tho election will occur. Tho Corporation Counsol has docldod that tho appointment of tho three high school principals Is valid and that they aro cntltlod to rccelto tliclrsnlar). They havo now been in oftlco slnco May 15. but hato been nimble to socuro their salary fiom tho Comptroller, who refused to pay It until tho opinion of tho Corporation Counsel hail been glten. On motion of Commissioner bpoyor It w as resolt ed to serve tho Comptroller with a copy of the Corporation Counsel's opinion early this morning, so that the principals can rccelto their salaries nt onco. The namos of tho teachers for tho new high schools recommended by tho Board of Superin tendents wcro presentod csterday and wore re ferred to tho High School Committee They are: nova' man school. Frf MiiiJefunia. Subject. Solan. Dr. C R. J. Douglas English f 1 000 C J. Ilajrnor Herman and Latin., a.uoo Iraukltolilns Chemistry 3,000 Second A$tlstants. Subjrtt. Snlary. II. II. Hleo Latin snel Greek.... SK.OUO Frederick Jlontcson Matbomatlca and Herman 2.000 Arthur "hultio Mathomatlcs '-'.000 Louis S) French 2,000 C. 1. Verguwen French 2 000 J.J. biiepparJ Illltnry 2.000 Third AttUtantt. Sulject. Soletrv C. A. Herrlek nitnrr Jl.ltno Oscar W. Anthony Mathematics J.tioo II. H. Llnvelle 7o81ogy 1.500 I" It. Pean I'liyslca 1,500 Herman Paul Oermaa 1,500 Harold II Ilrovpn Drawing l.omi F. Hang, Jr Fh) ileal Training... 1,500 M A. lies ho Stenography 1,200 faroljn Tramlio Botany 1,200 Celeate Cunningham Music 1,20(1 F.K.H.lllut Latin and areek.... 1,200 OIRLB' IIIOII BCIIOOL, rf ffant. Subject. Salary. A.L Hoelgea Oreek S8 000 Robert II Cornlih I'hjrstrs 3,000 Miss Anna VsnVleek Mathematics 2,000 Second .tlltlnfi. Subject. Salarv. JeMle Sunllh EngtUh ft, 800 Sally II. Delano Latin 1,1-00 Ida II. tlPtcatf Mathematics 1,800 Ells C.Wood History l.HOO Annie Koch Herman 1.N0O Clara St Iileuste'ker. German 1,800 Third Afislantf Subject. Salary. Jotenn Haney Fngllsti (1,500 Mls II. II. Sweeney English 1,200 MlME-Ford Latin 1.200 Grace A. Uruce Mathematics 1,200 trances A. lleckwfth History 1,200 MelteCariwnier llotany 1,200 Marie L.MInor Zoology 1.200 Dr. Frieda I Ippert Physiology 1,200 Josephine Ilelderhaae...., Physical training.... 1,200 AnnaO Hlauki-r. Dranlng 1,200 Mary V. Under Stenography 1.200 MIXED IIIOII SCHOOL. Pint Atslitanti. Subject. Salary. F. tv. Sampson Physical geography.SS.OOO O.J Smith English S 000 Jessie A. Davis. Latin 3,000 Second Attlttantt. Subject. Salary Fdwanl Althaua German aja.ncic) a s. Illakely Fngllsh l.HOO J. II. Denbigh Mathematics 1.S00 M D Scheu Chemistry 1,800 Ablirll Hates History l.sno E II. Duliolt Latin 1.800 niirel .tiilirunta. Subject. Salary. C L, M Reed nittory SI. 500 Henry V. Pat ne Greek 1.500 Irvine A. Helkos Mathematics 1,500 J.III'eaholy Physiology l.flocl Marie I, lit tier llotany 1,21111 Jennie Arlerly Matheraatlca 1,200 1 nilly Faber Irench 1.2UII Marie I- I.eppert German 1.200 MaryC I'recton l'hysk'al training... 1,200 DelaP.Masslg Drawing 1.200 Harriet K. Smith Stenography 1,00 COP'S WIFE CATCHES A JtVEOZAE. Her Husband Help Her .tab III, and the Tbler Held for Trial. Mrs. Mary Mohor, wlfo of I'ollceman John Mohcrof tho Union Markot station, caught a burglar as be w as leaving her flat at 150 Ludlow street yestorday morning. Her father occupies tho first floor or tho building as a butcher shop. Hie and her husband 11 vo on tho second floor. Whllo she wns in tho butcher shop n burglar alarm connecting tho shop with her flat began to ring. Mio ran upstairs and met a man turn ing down. Hho grappled with him. and both rolled clown tho stairs to tho landing lie-low. Hcrscrcnmsawakened her husband, who was in bed. and he ran downstairs in his nightgown and collared the burglar. It wns found that thu burglar bad forced open a door leading to Moher s flat, and had been frightened h) the ringing of thu alarm bell. Ho r:atutbunameof Morris Lovlgne, and said ho It eel at 5H Kncx street, Whon arraigned In the Kkscx Murket Court bo was hold In $J,000 bail for trial. SAID TO HAVE MADE THE PLATES. Another Arrest Yesterday In the Coata Itlran Cuuntarrelllng Cnae. The secrot scrt ice men nro still searching for confedorato of Itltardo do Hequosens and Mrs. Kugcnla Itelneman, tho alleged counterfeiters of $100 hills of tho Bank of Cos-tu Itica, and )entcrday afternoon ( hlcf William I'. Hazeu arraigned William H. Dohm of Willlamsbrlclgo before Commissioner Milchls on n chnrgo of be ing one of them, Dohm Is thn eon of lleiiiian Dohm, the lllliogruphor. nf Id t'orllandt street, who wnee nnusled on Tutsday nfternoon on a htiullnr luirgo mid rclonbcd under ball. Young Deihni w.iitc I examination, and was held uudtr ttll.OlHI bail for the (Irand Jury. Ho Is alleged.tn ha vu mado tbo plates from which the bills wero printed. Mr. I Inline, Mrs. Itelnoman'scoucsol, said lato yontirdav afternoon Hint ho hoped to secure hor admlsslun to ball to day. Thn Custom House Itestaurant Clost4 Tem porarily, Tho restaurant In the rotunda ot tho Custom House did not open for business yestorday morn ing, and tho prospects are thut Its patrons will hat e to go outstdo for their sandwiches, at least until tho w Islies of Collector Bldw ell are known. '1 ho restaurant was run until a w oek ago by Tom f.iinplx'l!, a brother of ox-Cougressmati Tim Campbell, Ho turned it oter to A rend l & Douatli, who ran it Just n week, nnd, not wishing lotnnllmiult t lit moult cs, could not Hud any ono willing to undertake It fur the short time to ellipse before tho uuw Colloctor it) Installed, Tho kuperof Hie restaurant pays no rent and gels his heal and light at the expense of tho Cot em inent. John Heist nweber, who runs a restau rant ut thul'licle In Klft) -ninth street, Is said to be an aspirant for tho privilege. Many llltla for llrookljn Tux Certificates. NInotcon bids, aggregating 7,082,000, havo been received for if 2,000,000 of Brooklyn -1 por cent, tax certificates, maturing in eight mouths. 'Ilia Mutual I,lfo Insurance Company bid $100.05 for tbo entire issue, and as this was tho highest it will get It. Mayor Wurstor expressed much satisfaction at tho bids. The Queen of com munications is the Telephone Service. bWsssSsbssssb1 BATIXOB Aim ZOAjrMJtUrARnBBTW. Bx-OfScers er a Newark Concern Clutnted With EmbenllBB Over IO.OOO. Charles F. llavcrln, tho formor Troasuror, and Marcus W.Lyon, formorly Secretory nd general manager of tho Metropolitan Savings and Loan Institution of Nowark, wore arrested on Tuesday charged with the ombezzlomcnt ot over $10,000 ot tho association's nionoy. llav crln was arrested in Pntoraon, nnd ball was fixed at $5,000. Ho easily got a bondsman. Lyon was arrested in Nownrk and was bnllod in $500. Tho mon wore nrrestod on complaint of tho present officers of tho association, of whom Dr. C. i Krnomer ts ono. Dr. ICrnomcr Bald that tho arrest of Lyon and Havcrin was tho outcomo of nn examination of tho books of tho association uiado by Theodora C. How son, nn oxpert accountant, who has been Eolng otcr tho books Blnco May 10, whon tho yon-Hatorin faetlon In tho association wns ousted from control, Lyon's counsel says that Lyon nnd Havcrin wcro tho originators of tho institution, and subsequently Dr. Kraomcr nnd others went Into tho organization nnd took part In tho management of It. A controversy nroso between tho two factions. Ijron and Hntcrln and others on ono sldo, and Kracmcr nnd others against them, und a litiga tion ensued. Krnemcr and others bought out tho Intcrost in Uio concern of Lyon nnd others by purchas ing the Btnck!ln this savings and loan institu tion at Its faco valuo-thoy paid $5,000 or $0,000 for It and agreeing to purchaso tho Btock held by prit ate Indlt ieluals. Lyon and Hat erln say that Krnomer nnd iho oUiors nro simply trjing to got them into troublo, bocnusc a Judgment has been obtalnoel against his faction on n noto that went to pro test, Lyon and Hat erln Bay that they aro try ing to get et en. ThorMctropolltan Saving nndtxinn Assocla tlon wns organized in October, 1801. Troublo nroso between two factions, ono headed by Dr. Kntcmor nnd tho other led by Treasurer Havcrin nnd Sccrctury Lyon, from this qunrrcl nroso about thirty different suits In tho Circuit' itnda District Courts nnd Courts of Chancery. In May tho Kracmcr faction agreed to buy out tho holdings of tho othors. At Hits time a general agreement wn signed by Dr. Kracmor. in which It was sail" that tho management had been efficient nnd honest. WESTEIEKD'S cnUltCH WAIt EXDED. St, raul'a Pariah Iluya curare Church ana Do rrata the Iter. Mr. Jennlurs. PLAiNriELD. N. J., July 7. Tho church quar rel which has been going on among the Episco palians In Wcstflcld for four yours has ended tn the buying of tho Oraco Episcopal parish prop erty by tbo St. l'aul parish. Tho light ruined Oraco Church. In 1892 the Hov. J. TV, Jennings was called as Its rector. For a year ho got along amicably with his parishioners. Dissensions arose In 1803, which affected tho attondancs nnd incouio to such an extent thnt tho vestry asked tho rector to resign. Ho refused. Bishop Scarborough tried to nrbltrnto tbo mat ter. Ho was unsuccessful, and charges wcro mado against Mr. Jennings. Thoy wcro found to bo untrue. Tho vcsiry then provnllod on tho Bishop to order Mr. Jennings to resign within thirty da) s under a canon law. Mr. Jennings contested, nnd it went to the Supremo Court, which decided that tho Bishop's action was Illegal according to the church law. Those proceedings occupied two j ears, and In that time tho attendance of tho church was much reduced. Mr. Jennings went to the church regularly ot cry Sunday morning, rang tho bell, and preaehe-d a scriuuu to empty pons. Nothing remained of tho corporation but the rector, and thero w as no ono to mako another appeal to oust him. His unpaid salart reached $2,.(H), and ho instituted a suit to collect it from tho parish, which was. in fact, himself, as there were no other ollircrs or memlx rs. Ho ntslgncd tho claim to William Datldson of Notherwood. Judgment was in D it idi-on's favor, as thero was no ono to defend the nctlon. Datldson was about to levy against the church property when It wns found that at tho tlmu thu parish was organiud tho Mills estate had be queathed a sum of mono) to It to build tho church, on tondltlon that it was nlwa)s tobo used for Kpltopal worship. Davidson's pos session would have prctcnted tbo carrying out of tho condition, nnd tbo Court of Errors and Appeals decided his judgment to be illegal. A mortgage of $1,500 was also held against tho property. Those who loft tho parish organized St. Paul's Eplicopal Church. The) bought tho long disputed church for $2,105 08. PLOATIXO HOSPITAL'S FIRST TRIP. More Thau TOO liable Had a Rati Yesterday One Heath cm lloard. The St. John's Guild Floating Hospital mods its first trip of the season yesterday. The barge left tho Wost Forty-second street pier at 8 o'clock in tho morning, and, after making sev eral stops, was towed down tho ba) and an chored off New Dorp, Statcn Island, where the Seaside Hospital Is. It returned to this city at 5 o'clock. Ot er 700 children wcro carried on tho bargo, 20 of whom wore left at tho Seasldo Hospital. During the trip W. K. Smallback, a four-months-old baby, died. Superintendent L. B. Itichards was In chnrgo of tho trip, and Dr. Mcdulu Leule looked after tho sick babies. Charities Commissioner Faure, who also uiado the trip, said: "This is the opening trip of tho twent) -second yoar of this Oullel. Iast ) car wo carried Hi.fHU children. Tu-da) wo hato bad mora than 700 babies on board. Tho hospitals in this citt make special fcaturcsof tariousdMtases. Ourt-pctiul feature is children. Wo nro the onlt ones In New Yoik who take care of tho suffering bibles as they should be taken caro of. All our help must come from tho public, nnd wo count em them. Ouraterugu expenso on this bargo for each trip is V-50, and ns wo hato carried oter l.oeK) lieble cm itsinglo trip. It makes nbout 'J, tents fur a human life. Wo havo lately started on tho bargo whit Is known as 'Ward A.' Tho lite cribs in this ward hato been endowed by persons who contributed $500 each. There aro eight more cribs left, and wo hopo to hat u a llko sum contributed for each one beforo tho scuson Is otcr." Tho trips of tho Float Ing Hospital will lie con tinued etcry day of Iho wcok until the latter part of September. Extcnslto alterations hato been made to the hospital at Now Dorp during the past )tar, A now brick power house, an eloctric lighting plant, a stetm laundry plant, n disinfecting plant, nnd several large witter tanks havo been cructed. Tiro POI.ICEMEX LAID UP. Assaulted by the Ilell'a Kitchen Cans Only One rrtkt. John Lehnian, ono of tho Hcll'i Kitchen gang, whoso resort is In Iho ncighburhood of Klut enth atcnuo and Thirty-ninth street, wns held in JeftcrBOU Market Court ) ester. lay for lint Ing, so badly nssuulted Policemen Butler nnel Mc Inernyoflho West Thirt) -ninth street Btation thai tlicy havo been laid up for repairs. Ihman was one of u e rente! which was ordered lo moteuttay from the corner In ques tion onTiiosday night b) thu two poHe eiin-ii. All wont but Lehman, who attacked Hut or. T lion tho rest of the gang jumped In, ami .Ylt Inerny got a kick in thn hick which stretcheel him senhi-lest. During Iho tight some poison run to the station house and told Acting Ser geant Hay tb it two of his men wero being killed, so ho ordered out thu rescrtcs. Lchm in's ar rest resulted. MISHAP OX AX JCL1TATED ROAD. An Empty Train Crashes Into a Station Plat Turin, There was a smash-up about 0 30 o'clock yes torday morning at tho Van Helen avenuo sta tion of tho Brooklyn Klovattd roid. tthiili Is tho terminus of tho Lexington atcnuo line. Wlillo nn empty train of four curs was being t on tu)ni to tho jarela the lasti'ar jumiieil tho truck and crashed against tho north platform, ciirrjlng nttay abuut fifty feet of tlie woolwork and partly wrecking tho turaml tlio wntei resertolr. Tho pcoplo on tho platform weio bad!) scared, hut no one was injure.!. Trnlllo was dtlujcd only a few minutes by ibn mishap. $1,000 REWARD. Jij our ndroency of the Piwc Jiccv lulls bclmv the JLi'Xislu tuivs of the St sites ot New York ami Connecticut we claimed to use m tho imuiuf net ure ot our beer HOPS, BARLEY-MALT, YEAST AND WATER ONLY. We will pay $1,000 to nny person proving the contrary, OUR OLD FASHION ED LAGER BEER IS ABSO LUTELY PURE, Cases, a dux., dark, I,3ISi llaht, Sl.OO, The Henry Zeltner Brewing Co,, 170th St. and 3d Ave., N. Y. City. STEEK HUNT AT RIVERSIDE. PARK KEEPER SHAXXOX JTIXALZT SHOOTS THE UEABT. It Took rive (thole to Kill Hint The Steer Had Karaped rrom a Meat Side Abattoir, and. After Ituanlns Along the Hudson Itlver run way Track, Ilnd Rntered ItUersldn Park, Ablack steer with n w hlto head nnd a f ormldablo pair of horns becamo unruly at Eastman's abat toir nt Elorcnth avenuo and Fifty-ninth Btrcet at O.'SO o'clock yesterday morning as ho was bo lng led with a Btrlng of other stcors to tho slaughter platform of tlio abattoir. Ho bel lowed and plunged as ho ran up tho gangway to tho slaughter platform, which Is on n level with the second floor nnd is ten feet from tho ground. Ho turnod his big horns ns though ho wns going to ehargo, nnd thoro was n panicky feeling among tho cnttlo mon. To provont his eprond Ing excltcmont to tho rost, tho Btccr was turnod asldo from tho gangway to tho north sldo of tho slaughter platform. Thoro nro wlndowB opon Ing on Fifty-ninth street on this sldo, which ro tch to the floor, Tho Instant ho was froo tho steer loworod his held and mado for a window mid way between Elotonth and Twolflh nto nucs, and leaped through It. It wns n clean Jump, and ho landed nil right on his hoofs on tho pnvoment, ten feat holow, Tho leap botvlldcrcd tho bruto apparently, for ho trotted back nnd forth almlossly for a tlmo in front of the abattoir. Tho abattoir cm plo) cos know that If ho turned cast or Btartcd up tho steep lnelltia of Wost Knd atcnuo, which bo gins nt tho abattoir, ho was llablo to Croats n panic, nnd porhnps Injure pcoplo in thatthor oughfnro. ho two or three triilnoel riders leaped nstrlclo fust horses In tho abattoir and dnshed out to hood Uio Bteor aw ay from Wost End at o-nuo. Ihcy trotted their horses toward tho Btcer, and tlio animal turned west. Tho children of tho tenements alongside the abattoir had bcut tored In wild alarm Jusl beforo tbo horsemen nppoarcel. Ono of them hud a nanow escape from being trampled. Tho steer rounded tlio cornor nnel started uptown nlong the Hudson Hit or llnilruad track, and tho mounted cuttlo mo" hreitthod ctslcr. Ho turned onco or twice as If to rctrnco his steps, but tho pursuers' shouts kept him guing. Ho run along quit tlv until ho reached betcnty-tilnth street, which Is open to tho rltcr. There is a coal dock tin to, nt which n crowd of incut wns nt work. 'Iho steer became liewlldered and ho dashed back and forth, scattering thu crowd in it panic. Then ho suddenly turned cist, run along lo tho en trance lo llltirsldc Park, and running tip n mound on tho wust side of thu park iihout .100 feet from tho drlicwut, t-topptdubruutly under u trco nnd began to inline h grass. Somo Isitors to thn Purk s nt him nnd stood f razing curiously at him und the cattlemen who uid followed. TIiu iiuwb spread qulckl) that thero was an escaped Btecr on tho mound, nnd dcsplto tho danger it crowd of four or lite hun dred persons gathered rapidly. Park Polleo uian lirttdy was on iMitt on the footpath wlun the steer appeared. Ho wuined the sightseers not to go nenr htm. 1 ho crowd kept inert using anil Brady m nt a burr)' call by it Park ble) clu top to tho Arsenal to hato keeper Shannon, tho marksman of the Park Department, como nnd shoot tho steer, which was now out of reach of tho cattlemen. Shannon got his rlllo nnd readied tho nnot nt lli'to o'clock. Shannon eliiln t llko the looks of the big bruto, and creeping ur to within IttK) feet of him took a long rango aim under the steer's shoulder, hoping to reach tho heart. He shot too high and tho brute bolloweel with pain und race-el around a neighboring tree, while tlio crowd of onlookers bcnttered In affright. Miannon ran to tdicltcr so that tho ttccr coiildn t t-co him. IIo fired it te-cund time, und the steer mado un othcr plunge In a circle around tho tree and cimo to n standstill further up the llttlo hill. A third shot sent lilin r.ie lug In a circle again, and u fourth adiled to his furx . Ha caught sight of Minnnon after the fourth bullet struck him. und lowering his head charged down the hill toward hlni He wns far enough nwny for tho ktcper to tuko deliberate aim hetween tho cj et. Iho riflo cracked and tlio big steer dropped dead right in his tracks. Iho bullet had pierced his brain nnd killed him Instantly. Tho spectators gato a cheer ns he dropfeccl on his tide, and ran up to get a icw- of tho carcass. As Shannon wnlkcil totvarel him ho saw tho cnttleinen run up und flush the brute's throat, Later on the carcass was taken back to tbo abattoir. ASSESSORS DEFEATED. Decision In Favor or the Itrooklyn City Ztnll rond Company. The Appollato Dlt Islon of tho Supreme Court, in Brooklyn, yesterda) handed down a decision In favor of the defendant in the caso of tho As sessors against tho Brooklyn City Railroad Company. Tho assessment was $4,032,350. The matter wns taken originally to the special term of tho Supremo Court, which decided against tho Assessors. Then the city appealed, and ) este relay the Judgment of tho lower court was sustained. Justice Cullcn Bas, however, In thecoursoot his opinion: "Wo think it wise that there should bo a re hearing before tho Assessors, on which the) may probe the returns of the computi) tonnt further extent that they ma) desire, and obtain any further etidencons to tlio assets of tho tortioru tlon. But tho assessment must he laid in ac cordance with the law, and tho fact thtf the Jus tice or tho fator of thestatutosof tho Stale, as construed by the courts, renders this relator subject lo local taxation on some ttvo millions of dollars, and it exempts it from taxation on nrertlftcen millions, dots not Justif) an attempt to t altic the latter class of property as part uf the former." DISIXHEUIIED HIS FAMILY. Joseph H. llabenek Leases Ills Katate to Mrs. Htharrr 91 Tor Ilia ItldotT. Tho will of Joseph S. Bnbcock, mnde three da b beforo his death, w hic-ti took placo on Juno 11 last, was tiled )estcrday for probate. Holoates $1,100 In personalty, but there Is no statement as to realty. For set oral years H tbtock had not llted with his wife and children, and, except for nominal bequests, ho leutes all his property to Mrs. Susie brlinfcr of IfJH West Tlilrtt-sec-ond street, with whom he hotrtlcd. Thu will s)s: "After 111) lawful debts are paid, I git u anil bequeath tu mt wife-, Lturu HiiKOck. tho sum of ouo ilollar .uid no more." He also git e s i dol lar to e tub of his two daughters tnd ttto Bisters. Norman W. Kerugood, who repiesents Mrs. Schafer. silel testerdu) Hint the testator liuel quarrelled with his famllt. The law) er could not tell tho tulue of theeslule. PITTSIWIUI'S TROLLEY SMASH. One Person Hilled nnel Twrntj -three Persons Injured In the- tt rec k. PlTTSiiunei, July 7. One death has resulted from last night's wreck of tiollcy cirs packed with persons re tinning to the downtown dis trict from the llrctuorl.s dlsphi) at Schcnley Purk. Ull.iiilA.M mice) elleilnt the Alleghe ny llemr.il Hospiial this ineiiiiiiig, Seteral of tho I titiult'ihti e irrsons hurt it tuml mil of danger, among the iiiimhei Iji'lng.loliii Kerr, sou ol Cipt. W. W. Ken of Hit lirm of Viiuuklu.S: Co. und 1'nsldeiilof tin I'UIsImii,; II is.'l. ill I'luh. Young Kerr'n skull ttus fr.ic luie-il unci his nose brukeu. II Ik nut knuttii i t who w is ri sponsible for iho ateliltnl, bill it is said Hint ihe ea-s from thu park were updated at .1 el.in-eious speed. THE AXE AT THE Otr.STO.1l HOUSE Assistant Cnstoill tu l.e-uuard Keimited by See relars or the 'lrutstir (alike. Michael J. Leonard, who was appointed as sistant custodian of the CiiMoiu House about four years ago by Colin tor Kllhreth, Is Ihu lira I victim uf tho eliuno ot administration In the customs Birtiro in this til). He his been notified In a letter receit ed tcstorelu) from Sec retur) of thu'lreiHiir) (Jigu tint his eerviees will not boriiiirid etflerJeil) l.r. Ihe duties heretofuro pi unruled b) him will ilovolvu on Thorn .1 I.ulor, siipcuulcnilciil of supplies, Mr. Leonard is a Democrat. The lltnlhcr. Tho heat was moio Intense estcrdny tiTer Ihoeen tral titctrs, its a result of the ion pre sjiire, which ro malueel slatloujr) ottrlho northwest corner of the euuutry, east of tho Hoe kites, the tciitre atretchtntt from thee I'lekutibi southwest oter r,ilnii.a till I Colorado, thus I trmltttiig a iiiiithiuous How of hot southerly Kinds from the nulf northward The ro wero a few scattered showers In Iho lako regions. Iho Northwest, and on tho South Atlantic coast, Iu tho Northwest thu weather was tool, the lowest tern peraturo belug 48- at Helena. In this city the day was fair and slightly cooler thau on Turseliy The highest ofuclul teui rrnture wurU'at 11 A.SI.i lowest, 711 ate ram bund Illy 70 percent i wind noil he as t lo seuithciuti ateraus velocity 14 mill a au liourf barometer, eorrretedto real to sealotel. at M A. II. 110,12, 3 r SI :lo UH. The thermoincU r at the United Mate s Weather bu reau registered tlio temperature yisttrclay as follows! 1NU7. IBUii. 1HU7. Irion. OA U 7H 1i fl I M , 74 ti' 12)1 7U 74 111')! .70- 119 OI'.Jl 7-J' 70 1 J Slid 70 Bel' WASiiiteiTos rosEc st run TiiimsDir. Tor Xew Lnylantl and eastern Aeu 1'ort. uenrraffcy fair, txcettt thatctrt on the matt ,' toulAeaiferfi trittrff. for tbo District of Columbia, eastern l'enntylTanla, Now Jersoy, Delaware, Maryland, sad Virginia, show .n are probable euterly wlndt. A MASS -FOB TATHER SEWXT. After the Ceremony His BoSy was Placed 1st the Crypt or Ihe Church. Tho funeral scrvlcos hold for Father Howit, Superior-General ot tho Paulist Community, camo to nn end yesterday morning, when a solemn re quiem mass was sung in tho Church of St, Paul Uio Apostle, nt Fifty-ninth street nnd Columbus avenuo. This scrvlco was procodod by tho ofllco ot tho dead, which was chanted at 10 o'clock. It wns 1 o'clock beforo tho requiem mass camo to nn end yestorday, but tho largo congregation groat enough to fill every sent In tho spacious building remained hi tho church until thnt tlmo. Tho sanctuary was draped in black, tho tahcrnaclo curtains wcro of purplo silk, nnd tho cntafnlquo on which tho body ot tho dead priost rested was draped with black cloth and silt or brnldlng. On tlio coflln lay a bunch of palm branches tied with a purplo ribbon, Tho pulpit of tho church was draped In black, nnd tho candles nn tho altar shone In contrast with thu bine k hangings nnd Uio dark tcatuicnts of tho priest a and ucolytcs. Father How It's body, which had lain In stato until Tuesday etcnlng nt 5 o'clock, had been watihcd by tbo arious sodalities of tho church, Including tho 'lempcrnnro (luild, tho Holy Nnnio Socloty, tho Spalding Literary Society, and others. Thoro wcro more than a hundred priests In tho procession which entered tho sanctuary, and in tho large eongregttlon were a number of Protostnnts who had known Father Howit onUldo of liis priestly work. Thn celebrant of tho mass was Bishop licrney of llrookljn, tho deacon wns Father Oeorgo M. Scarlo of tho Catholic Unitcrslty In Washington. Father Waller Klllot of tho Paullsts wos sub-deacon nnd Fathor Clarence Woodman wns tho assist ant priest. Father T. F. Hurko was master of tcrcmonlos and Father Hughes led the choir. After tho custom of tho Paulist Fathers, only tho Gregorian music wns sung by the choir of men mid bo) a. Among tho rlorgy present wore Archbishop Hynn of Philadelphia, Bishop Burke of Albany, Bishop MoFaul of Trenton, mid Vicnr-Gcneral Mooncy. Archbishop Corri gan, who was not In tho city, was tinnblo to re turn for tho funeral. Ho Isltcd Father Howit shortly beforo his death and gat o him a Moss ing. After the mass was concluded tho visiting clergy left tho church nnd Father Howlt's body was carried to tho crypt under tho southeast tuner of tlio church. It was thero placed In a Mtult, Tho bodies of Fathers Hooker and Cas Bcrly liu Uicro now. Tho sorticos hero wcro nrhate, and wore attendod only by tho mem bers of tlio Paulist community. THE EXDICOTT DIVORCE BUTT. Testimony or Trained Xuraea Hannle Wood house and Louisa SI. Writs. In tho reopening of tho Endlcott divorce suit In Nowark yesterday Low)cr B. II. McCarter, counsel for Mrs. Kiiilleott, asked for an extra allowanco for counsel fees. Miss Nunnlo Woodhouso, a trained nurse, was tho first witness called. Her cross-examination last week was Interrupted by a squabblo oter a question concerning her landlady, Mrs. Martin. Whllo tho squabblo was going on tho court adjourned. Tho question was: "Did not Mrs. Martin Bay to you that you wcro breaking up a happy famil) I" Tho ques tion was otcrruled by tho V Ice-Chancellor. Ono of tho questions addressed to Miss Wood houso ) csterday was In relation to her quitting an engagement with a Mrs. Wills. She said: "I was told to lcate tho house by Dr. Endl cott " "Did not ho tell you thnt )ou would havo to go because Mrs. ills objected to ou and tho doctor going out togctberl" asked Mr. McCar ter. "Ho might havo said somo such a thing," Miss Wooelliou-o answered. she was then asked If sho had not admitted tn a third person that Dr. Kneilcott kissed hor. nnd nfter u long argument between thclaywcrs, she answered with un emphatic: "No." Subse quently she denlo 1 that Dr. Kneilcott had over asked her to make n trip to this city with him. Dr. Sarah M. Kitncy of I'htinflcld was called to shnev that some of the allegations against Miss Woodhouse could not lie true. Shosworo that Miss Woodhouse had been a patient of Dr. Knelle ott, but ow ing to the peculiar nature of her troublo ho had refused to treat her nny longer, nnd hid turned tho easo otcr to tho wltnes'. Cro'S examination brought out tho fact that Miss Wooeihuiiso and Sirs. Kecncy had been lit Ing together since March, IM13, Trained Nurse Louisa M. Wells, the fifth co rcseomleiit, was next called. Sho is an attrac ts u looking little woman, nnd n graduate ot tho City Hn-nltal class in Newark. Sho said that bho had been engaged by Dr. Endlcott for ono of his pnticnts, and was subsequently treated by him during illness, nnd thnt her letters to him pertained to his treatment, Ono of theso let ters was Intercepted by Mrs. Endlcott, and it figures largely in the suit. Though capable ot two or tlireo constructions, sho said that it was entirely Innocent. Ihero was constant Inter ruption nnd legal squabbing during her testi mony. Sho sniei that thn doctor instructed her to Bend her letters to a Post Ofllco box becnuso Mrs. Kudlcott was je lions and was In Uio habit of Intercepting his mall She denied that sho tisited Dr. Endleott's ofllco unaccompanied, cx tept upon one occasion, and that was a profes sional lsit. TOXY, THE DOOTRLACK, DEAD. A XVell-Known Character la the Tenderloin ttbei Mem Home to Ulr, A familiar charactor in tho Tenderloin until nbout two )cars ago was a black-eyed Italian boothlick who for four years was In chnrgo of on establishment nt the corner of Twenty-fifth street and Broadway. He was generally known as "Tony," although as a matter of fact his namo wns Andrea Cnppclllnl. Ho soon bo- camo tcry popular among Ms customers, and his astonishing inelustr), unfailing good humur, and his politeness mado him liked by ct crybody who camo in tontnet with him. IIo was cs peelallv 11 fatorito with tho sporting men, and the tins which he rcc cited wero tommen-mmto with Ids qualities, and consequently ho pros pered. Two )cara ago it becamo etldent that otcr work was telling on Tcmy, nnd after it while ho had to gito up. Ho made seteral attompts to return to work, but wns alwu)s compelled to abandon them. Ho had Imported a soungcr brother from Hal), and titter 11 while be sat eel up enough to start him in business in a small i,hop on upper Broadway. Tony remained in New York until his brother's placo was estate llsheel. His disea-o In Iho mean time hud do trlopcil into tonsiimptlem. nnd two weeks ngo ho duel In his houiu near Genoa. Word to that 1 ilfoet was receit d hero )otcrda) lit ids I brother. Thero was Brandy a resident of tho Tenderloin who did not know Ton), nnd bis niciiiiilntnnco was bv no means limited to that I riglon, ns his eiislcinieis included many well known men, who paid him a dull) tlslt. THO WORTH $11,000 RVRXED. It Mas Sunk In thn llarlent Ship Canal Iteeause (he llrt-inru t ouldn't Huve II. Flro dcstioyeel tho lug A. J. Crawfoid in tho Harlem Ship Omul jesterdiiy murmug. Tho tug was low In,- 11 dirt scow through tho canal at 1 A. M. when Capt. Tlco Alien saw smnko forward, mid thu took, Michael Kirk, runu running fiom he-low in his phut sleet es lo nn iiuuiuu ih it n 11 10 was guluiiix- i.ipid headway. 'lion ho elite-d clown .ig.iln to get his coat, Ie.au.-i0 he hail left trJ'i 111 0110 of thu pockets. 1 no diotu 111 ti 1 Pick and he oil .1 ho icst of lieu ciou In II 11 iiu thu f .ue- , nliue t apt. A leu luaetu .1 luudiug ill thee Iviiig'buiie,o lock. 1 no II 1 u gained on iho imiii deepi their ollcirit. An .ilium was rung, out 1 lit iiitnu 11 liail a long und (tlllle lilt I nil lei lllal.o In ie ,e I. I lie re Clio, nne! whon ihcy got llicto the. li i.l lei u,u all thu h u 10 euri) a hiieu Mruitn liom tlio neatest h)dr.iut to thu tug 'Ihu lire b) Ibis lime had gut be) und the tlru 1 men's control, hi they Mini, thu tug iu the hope of Kitting thu hull. 'Ihu binned bunt mis H5 feel long and was tnlued at -rlA.OlX). A Cone ol .olel Yl.irlli ST'.llllll, A cone of gold weighing 1.1 1IMI0 tru ounces was receit eel at thu Assa) Odlio jiatordsy, Tho cone Is In the form in which it was 'iikcp trim tlintrucihloal the hiiieltlng works of Hie Car Usui Hydraulic Mining Cnmpiui) In British I'oliiiiibiii und Its e'stim iluil t aluu Is ihT'.'.OiiO. It was si ill tothoAssii) O1II1 ' through Hie New t ork ugene ) of Ihu II. ink of Montreal, tliltingh which 11 hliiillirtono tallied at s-so.oou was aunt lust )uur. llnbbl tielainnr Vt eiliig lo Practise l.itw, Tho Hov, Dr. A. II, (luism.tr, rabbi of tun Timnlo Israel in Hrookl.wi, eniphaticall) denied ) csterday that there was all) foundation for tlio news Kent out frniii Chu lnn..tl that he had de termined lo ah melon 1)10 ministry und prni Hsu law. The fne t th 1 Dr. (lobular bus been taking le course of Inn In Coliiinbla College probably started the erroneous report. HIVE WOODUVRl' I FACIAL SOAP anl Facial Cream a trlali tbey are made by a derma. toloitUt who lias made tho skin, scalp, and complex, ton a study for over ml years bend lue fur a sample of either sail book ou Ueauty aad treatment of the into. John U, Woodbury, 1x7 V. U'd it., N, Y. DENIES ms OWN IDENTITY, K KAPZAX'B EIGHT AQAIXST DEIXQ E'lP RETVEXED TO RUSSIA, 1 j He la Accused or Ilavlns Stolen no.ooo rto, blea from the Hank or liter, hut Denton WW That He's Kaplan lie naj a. Instead. Thai It He Is Ihe lctlm of n Conspiracy lo llob, Hv The application of tho Husslan acting Consul. Ut (lonoral, naron Bchllppenbach, for extradition papers for Judka Kaplan was hoard In pnrt yes- Hk1 tcrday boforo United Statos Commissioner Senv U plelnhlsofllre, 120 Broadwnv. Kaplan Is ao- Rj cused of hat Ing stolen 30.000 rubles from tin HE Bank of Kief, where ho was in charge ot a de- HB partmoiit. Tl 0 Husslan Oovornmont wns rep- HE roscnted by V. It. Coueleri, Jr., of Coudort Bros, HI Charles L. Brooko of New York and George F, If Muncoof Philadelphia rcprciedlce' Knplan, Hv Tho detente Is thnt Kaplan Is not Kaplan, bu IE Louis Iloscnfold, nnd that tho proceedings against him nro promptoel by persons whom ha jff Is prosocutlng for defrauding him of $3,700. His 0 counsel allcgo (hat Mrs. Matilda Snyder of At- 'K lontlo City, N. J Mrs. Pophlo Collins of Phllv K delphla and Qcorgo Steele, n friend of Mrs, Col- B Hub, consplrod to rob him nftor ho had been thrown into Jail In Atlantic City, charged by a, fi woman who passed ns his wlfo with assaulting B her. Mrs. Snyder Is now under $3,000 ball and JK Mrs, Collins undor $1,000 for tho alleged con- M splracy. Stcclo Is being looked for by tlio Phllv K delphla pollco. ts Four witnesses wero examined beforo Commit- W b loner Scmple. Thoy were Detoctlvo JnmesA K Itussoll of Atlantic City, who arrested Kaphtn S Mrs. Snsdcr, Mrs. Sarah Golub, who said sha ri was Kaplan's cousin, and Harry Btnwo. a turn- II key in tho Camden, N. J.. Jail. Itussoll hoards 6 at Mrs. Snyder's; Mrs. Collins stops there when Bho visits Atlantic City; Stcclo In a friend of ifl Mrs. Collins, and Kaplan's lawyers used these m facts to help show that thero was a con- M splracy against their client. After Kaplan 3) was arrested tho first tlmo, on May 'JO, I Mrs. Snyder, according to hor own testl- W mony, visited him In lall. IIo gave hor a chock for $800 with which she was to get him out, because ho was afraid they would tako hlin f back to Hussin and send him to Siberia. Of this ,1 sho gavo $000 to Charles Meyers, of whom Bhs . rented her hotel, $000 as Indemnity to blm for ' tho $500 ball leond and $100 for his troublo. Net 1 sooner was Kaplan released than ho was re arrested by Itusscll without a warrant and locked up for two days as a fugitive from Jus tice. Hussell snys. Not being nolo to hold blm, ho was let go. and went with Mrs. Snyder, Mrs. V Collins, and Steele to Camden, There he was arrested again. Ills lawyers say that it cost him Boveral hundred dollars to get out, but this was not touched on In yesterday's evidence. After ho was released It is alleged that he was taken to tho Wheol Pump Hotel, Chestnut Hill, Pa,, by Steelo and tho two women. Stcclo had ', $1,400 glten by Knplan to Mrs. Snyder and turned over to Steele at Kaplan's request. That same afternoon Steele Mrs. Snyder, nnd Mrs, Collins drove away, leaving Kaplnn at tbehotek Steelo has not been seen Blnco. Knplan was not rearrested until after ho had told his story to Lawyer Munco, and had his alleged dofrauders arrested. Mrs. Sn)der. when on the stand, admitted hat Ing gotten tho $800 and a draft for 520, banked by Kaplan in Leeds, England, and she also admitted turning over to Steele tho $1,4(10. Mr. Munce Bays that Bho got more than this. Pa) meat on the draft was Btopped bv him. I)e tectlto Husscll Indignantly denied 'hat ing re- N celvrei $200, and ho threatened to thrash the H law t er for asking him the question. Ith tears In her eyes, Mrs. Golub testified that the prisoner was hor cousin and that his real namo was Kaplan. Harry Stotvo testified ' that tho prisoner had admitted that his namo In si Itussla had been Knplan, but that when he lived f in England, fifteen yoars ago, he had cone by the namo of Itosenfold. Tho hearing wns prolonged until after 7 o'clock bv the exnminatlon of these four wit nesses. An adjournment was then taken until July 21 to await tho arrival of papers from Ilussla. HE DIDX'T WAXT THE CHURCH. Mr. II. O. Haveraeyer Iternaeea to Take the Greenwich Preohyterian Church Pi-operty. GnEENWicn. Conn., July 7. A fewdays before U. O. Havemeycr. who sailed lor Europe a week ago, left his summer homo hero a delegation from tho Greenwich Presbyterian Church called upon him to delltcr tho keys and necessary papers that gavo him tho Presbyterian Church proporty upon which ho loaned "520,000 two yoars ago, tho condition being w hen tbo Bum was borrowed that the property should be his if ths principal and interest were not paid In ten years. The congregation had become discouraged, and at the meeting held soon after the arrears ot Dr. Uril's salary had been raised and paid over to him decided that the only thing to do was to turn over tho propertv. Mr. Httemcyer said to the committee: I " I dun't want ) our church, gentlemen. Taka I these keys and papers and go to work and see 1 if you can't bullet up your congregation and I make It self-sustaining. You ought to do it with the proper kind of energy." Tho conimltteo returned and informed the con- gregntionof Mr. Hat etneyer's adt ice. and each Btarlod with renewed spirit in the work. Al ready sot eral wealthy persons bate taken pews In the church, and instead of disbanding tha congregation now- think that the church will ba prosperous onco more. j?ropfjSnl5. C"OMfSSIOEUS OK THK SI.NKI.NO FUND. IKU7 ft TO COSTKtCTORS. riloroSAl.s for furalshlug materials and perronue Ing work In the erection of au addition to the pub lic bulMlag In Orotoua Pork, near Third arcuus. In the Twenty fourth ward of the city of Xew orL, pursuant to chapter 404.1 aws of 1MM BIDS 1-OH THh KSTIItK WOKK ONLY VTIM. IIE ItlCHKD j SKAI.F.nFSTDlATE'iforthe alxite work. Indorsed ' with theahotc title, also with Ihe name ot tbo person or persons making ttie same, aud the elate of present i tlon, will he received at the office of the Comptroller, Koouis No,. 14 and lfi Finance Department. Men art llnll.lliin. No '.'sullroadna), IntheClty of Nework, f until l!i oclcxk SI ou Wednesday, July 14th. lf. at which plat. and hour the b els will be publlclr oemd lev and tu the presence of the Commissioners of the slnklliK Fund, ami read, aud the award of lh contract. If uierde.l, will he made to the lowest hi 1 der, with adeiiuiu seeurlt). as soon thereafter aj . praclleahle The !erou or persons 10 whom tin eouirni t nuey to awarded ettil l rtepilre'l to altrud at tho ontee of the Ie( art 1 inent of Mreet Improvements of tho Twenty- J third and Twent) fourth wants, with the sureties offered by htm or them, and exec ute the contract 1 within nee das from Ihe elate of the service .ft notice to that erfett, aud in cae of failure or nech-et 'l so lo lo he or the y w HI Is e'onslilereet as havl 11; -: jereieudoned It, anil as in itefatllt to the corporalten, I and the rcupon the work shall Isi reeulterttsed anil re- i let and so on until the contract Is accept d and ex- i rented The work totoeeim nee .It suell time As Ilia t oniinl-slonerof htne t Iiiiproeementsof the Twenty- U thtrd and Tweiiit.foiirtli wants mil) de.1c-nute N h Pernilsfcloii will not be glten for tho with- j draw at of an) 1 1 1 or t liunt - and Ihe r!nht Is ex- pre-s! tvserte lb) the t'ommissloners of thehlnklnt . 1 mill to reject jell ctlmat s should th elcem tt tu I the public lutrre-t tcedo -o No tit l will be nee ei test 3 frone or eveitrm-t awarele-d to any p rson wheels la 4 nrrearstoth r r'eortllotl upon ele ot or eoutraet, or who Is a, I iiiiUe r a, sure'l) or otherwise ujeou any il lliit 01 to the t'orporttl 111 i The nilri work 10 he completed within ono hun I dred and rlttt dtts after the notice toe omul neoworsl I j has litli i.leeu by the C'omiiil'i.toue r of Mreel Ini I ret em nls of tho Twent) thinl au 1 Twmty fourth ' wards I rit un unit of se.eur'ty recpilre I Is FOHTV-KIVB I TIIHl MM1 II )l I Al'v I Plank forms of Etlmntcs nnd further Information, If eteMrril ul-o 11 e rorm of arfre eme ut. In Itiiltns tha siieeli e"eletn fr tie eveirk, tn Ih. obtained at tha oflln'orthe Ceemotrol'e Nee .Ml Urn lelw ) I rue I lane 11 1 el eul .Idrieeln s. in Is ee n at tlio . onic of Mr. I.i. IK. II I'd t Are le t No .13 Fat! I !-evel te 'Mill t-er w Iu r ull l fell i I tllOll It UllvO tliereto e en b oli ,ln d lir fnP life- m I in sic Clt) It. curd, New York, Jul) 1st l-.li M1 1.1 )l I THONO 1 Maleri JOleN W 001 F, ltes.orelr, A.(HH, I' UTi'll, Commissioners , e'omptroller. eii tlie 1 ANo n. siiroeiK, sinklm Fund. J f e huml.rUtn, I JUIIN T 0.vl n. I j rti.-ttrmaii eomiultt eon Finn re, 1 Hoard of Alcte rmeii. J I in i iiiit i cuts Din i-i i t-iiiMJ. Menle I piopeihls for fiirnbhln. inn . rt ,U iiiul laMr 9 fore. Un n -'e nolo tine fills ss I 111- ..eweratree water H 1 l ln: ah t hvelrnues .el el e ele r s ei plv for long 1st 1 ac.d --lite liee-pttal Kin.- 'en., line 1h snt by null I er it 11 ee-el III pei.uil up to I 1 M cslue.elMr. July I I itli, iU". to Triiinat J lieekiis, 1 rv-l lei.t of II a I o net of M.eii.1 u lle 1st end l telle Ilospltnt. As f I en ie Hi. i1 I iii trioul)ii S. i , when flourd ef J )Iull et.eis ecu) ip te p o o ah- i iierete iei.r.iU ii, 1st bo inuelc for eaeli section I uf Ihe u rk tee t e d me Iirnee liiAs and s e Ideations ma) Is seen and forn s of irceiei-uls eibellcel it lie eiliee of 1 tl Peru, H ,r lalt t. In the' Ch Ito lei Alt ill) N Y, an I at I' el H oil. ' f ih, li ml of .MeeiniKcr', Ariuu klo llullilln.. 1 Pro ai.ii N i 1 he It cur I o t mniers rest rt e the rlKht lo rejo t 1 Jem or tell bids U4 Die) liuel ell e III f. r Ihe. I e st llltl X t H nfll. Mutt lilt MA. 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