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B $7,766,000 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock JHi 500,000 First Mortgage 6 Gold Bonds IfES OF T1IK i United States Envelope Company H la hereby offered for sub.crlptlc It pnr. flsB ninr the part not nlreiutr subscribed fori of the niithutlieil Issue of 09,000,000 Bonds, IH 3,7AO,000 Preferred Stock nnil 8730,000 Common Stock of the nbove Compnny. risT 1 nrFin'.KIi President, CHAIU.ES II. ntTTCII. Dtrrow, Wsde, Outtarte fc Co., New York and London, iEfM .a Mrs 'residents, JAMEH LOOAN, RUSH A nit their report, show tht the concern, operated M IfnitotV ll H rURSCOlT: Trcssurer, ltOHT. separately nd under a uielen competition; bare AWB B oil Asslstvnt Tressurer, FIIEI). l'LIMlTON ( ni.dcan svfrgenetprofltof$M.tU7.ti7persnnnm. (ivfl twfftsrr. W W.TKH (t MOKTC. which net amount 1 ALUNlSNUFflCIKNTtopar ffifm "iiIIIIHTHIISi I. II 1'I.IMFTON. JAB. T.AnnE, tbelnterest on the Bonds, dividend, on the Preferred IB 'jiVVitv wilITCOMIi, E1.IB1IV MOIUMN. JAM1W Stock, and it percent, on the Common Btock of the AS tfnoS WM II l'lliWCOTT, NATHAN D. llll.li. new Oorporatlon. B ' R CHAM' 'w V'V. llWimiK D mjTTON. KIIKI). According to their report the ten companies, ope. tt R Enl(KT KEI.UKJ0.UIA8.il. UUTtiUIMS, and one rated under one head, will ahow, br a conierTatlTe I.JIXi elhtr."Li'",i-. nr n rnirtvv TntTRT rnupitir 5a 'ful ,"mt. incre.se In net earnings R jM X. Till SI 1.1. 1 OLD COLONY TROST COMPANY, above that now made of over 800,000 per annum. Jk'jiM . IXMon..-,, ...a. rnnnnrrTTPiuvnitTnnsT ThlslncreM. will be made through tho saving. In V&ia RKUl'jTIlAItSt rnODTOEEXCHAnKTnnHT buying, manufacturing, .tiling ami .hipping, and Wlf . V CilMIMM for ework. and AMEIIICAN LOAN not by raising the prices on the tnd4rd goods. J atk sri: t amkstmI State tiiust com- , thk pnEruririr.D stock of tiooper. hare PAMfur.V York, and OLD COLONY TMJ8T COM- U cumuUtire, and dividend, of 7 per cent, per an- I fciSwJrHoston nura are parable September and M.roh. It ha. full ' iiirVsl'.l.i nrNIHJl: RACKKMANN, Boston I yoUng power, and together with the common slock jnilNIUMl'lONIIMlNES, I'hlladrlpbla; CHARLES la registered and I. Issued full paid unassessable. " i tiiuVii nnoiir. carrying no personal liability. "bW Tllr. lMTi:i sTATKS BNVKLOPK COM- THE GOLD IIONDUof Sl.000 each are a flnt rWT FAM o"i" I,ni1 comprises the following well- mortgage on the land, building., and machinery of knotru, nn e.tabllened and profitable ipmpanlee i the corporation. lnteret 0 per cent, per annum, The White Corliln i. Logan. Hwlft Brigbam payable January and July. Dated August lat and ( Envrope('o Morgin FnwloeOo.i WhltcombEu- run for 30 year., with privilege of being redeemed III tfIoiw r lMliupton Mfg Cii.i P. P. Kellogg Co t after 10 year, at 10. A .Inking fund of f 75.000 per "V7,ii Itobose Fnel'l" ''" National Knvelone Co.j W. II. annum begin, three year, from date or organization W Hill Envelope ' . and the HprliiRnelil Envelope Co , to be ot aside before payment of dlridoud on com- V controlling slsuit '" percent ;f the entlro prodnc mon .tock. Bond, may be registered. I J!01.1 ,iiTMMe?.lay'-lca,Biityoe? THE COMMON STOCK ha, been entirely .ub- i 1 oiitpiit(l..'0."tMperda).capantyor.o,ooo,ooo iCribed for l par by tboee directly InUre.ted In the 'fi P,V' "'T'nTKlnorV" "nd cn.U, "en-V.nJdeVand """'Xton will be made to ll.t the Bond, and Pro- I fti Sfthlln'Brlri'reftX' ftolM ferred Share, on the New York and Bo.ton Stock El- t free of all drbti anil lncunibraneia, and m addition cnange.. 41 J tolt null k -ct. tin- n 'w . orporatlon Urt with NUIISCRIPTIONS to the tl.700.000 Preferred fj anettracwh'iipit.lof t.'.vi.rtH). Stock and (600.0O0 IVind. at par will be payable 10 ') nnirloienaronoe nniMieitlt). The lndiulry 1. an percent, en application and PO percent, on allot- il tniii'iiint, pl.plx and growing one. and 1. not af- ment within ten day. from clo.o of subscription e(.t, , iij tie tariff or nnanotalnliiturnance.. book.. JL Th, m.nacomi nt. a. i an lie rr.dlly .cen, I. atrong. The .ub.crlptlon ll.t will be opened .Imultaneou.ly I (,, ripncid lapa'l amlconeortatite. at 10 o'clock A. ., Monilny, ,luly SOtlt, and cloae I w A thonuKh cianilnnttnti of then corporation, and at 3 o'clock P. M Thursday, July JHth, at the fol- J f fn,,, hn rcrii made bj the ell-known auditor., lowing named Trust Companies, Bank, and Banker.: I PRODUCE EXCHANGE TRUST COMPANY Now York OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY Boston , ) REAL ESTATE TRUST COMPANY .... Philadelphia ' BALTIMORE TRUST AND GUARANTEE COMPANY and ) Rnmrnnrft fi MIDDENDORF, OLIVER & CO., Bankers . . . Baltimore ) 1, COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK Providonco WORCESTER SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY and ,f WINSLOW & ALLEN, Bankers .... VVorcoster, Mass. Jmi SPRINGFIELD NATIONAL BANK . . . . Springfield. Mass. fj FRANCIS R. COOLEY, Banker .... Hartford, Conn. ,' ?i KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAY, Bankers . . . Now Haven, Conn. V 'it SWAN &. BARRETT, Bankers Portland, Me. jl RICHMOND TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, Richmond, Va. BJB Proipcetu.e. nnd form, of nppllcntlon mar be obtained at any of the abore offloea. I!. PKAN & SIHBTiKY, Bnnkerg, Now York ond Providence. III ISSUE OF 'tell $1,000,000 If First Mortgage Trust Gold Bonds M I 4 5.20 Year, Series G, HW (Capital &. Surplus, $3,250,000) I itH TICK AIIO I! ST 1, 1018. ' ! rtEDKEHADLE AUGUST 1, 1003. I tjm' INTEREST FEliRUAEY 1 & AUGUST 1. Vjv Guaranty Trust Co. of New York. Trustee. 1 PAYMENT AND DELIVErtY AU0U8T 1, 189B. InHly Frlnclpnl and Interest payable In United 'ml ) State. Gold Coin of the present atandnrd of ifi'jA M VreUht and flnenesi, nt the office of the 'KI i Company in Srw York City. Jkk, '' roupo.v noNDS of Ji.ono. oo ktd sioo BKr each, wira pitrviLrur. or ueoibtratjon iHj ' OF FBIKCIFAL OR INTEREST, Oil BOTH. H TbcMbond. are the direct obligation of the Com- IJH' Pnr and are further secured bjr the depo.it with the IBi Omrantr Trn.t Companj of New York, Trustee, of ijHl totlew than f 1,000,000 of Flnt Mortsace.on Ira- H( proved, lnrome-produclnir Real Estate in certain .- Hl ltcteddtie. of the United State.. jHB) Tha propertlc. covered br these mortgage, are iB eonserrattvely appraised aa follow.: (Bll Land 81,348,033 IV'P Ilullillnf. 1,007,000 ifllb Total 88,440,108 jjVI ' Fire lninranoe 0054,200 jHki Grass Income 183,760 KM tTaxe., In... Kepnlrs, &o 01,423 fEjn Net Income 0131,338 TBI (7 BUnsCRIPTIOXS AT PAR Ton TnE VA Vf ABOVE 1IONDS, 8EIIIE8 O, YILI. BE IlE- BS. CEIVEDAT THE OFFICE OF THE COM- fiJ PANY, NO. 89 CEDAR STREET, NKW B YORK CITY. LISTS WILL TIE OPENED Ktl ON TnUItSHAY, JULY 8, AT 10 A. M., Hl I ANI CLOSED AT 3 P. M. ON TUE SAME rSj TnE niOHT IB nESERYED TO REJECT OR RE- r1 I VVCK THE AMOUNT OF ANY SUBSCRIPTION. I H I PAYMENT TO nr, MADE ON AUGUST 1, WHEN IBfju! IHK BONDS WILL BE HEADY FOR DELIVERY. H T.. APPLICATION WILL BE MADE TO LIST V I. THESE BONDS ON THE NEW YORK STOCK II II' EXCHANGE, SERIES B, C, D, E, AND F BE S 1 1NG ALREADY LISTED. ' lyjL Prospectus Mailed on Application. HL . CB CEDAR STREET, NEW YORE. jVi' i Ohio Southern Railroad Co. H 1st Mtte. Six Per Cent. Bonds. JflKI NEW YORK, JuljrSStb. 1808. UKAit Iloldfrs of the abnre named londs sre he rebr no- IH itiA that nnier order of thoOoiirtof Oimmon Ploaa iBKI, t tot Allen County, Ohio, the Ohio Southern Rillrnad 'Hll will be sold under foreclosure of the tlrst uiortnas Ht;, on Auiust 2fth, 1H0R. WBjtl Bonds ulll he recclred br the undersUmed Oom- JKl tnlltee to nd ineliidln Wcdnesd.r, AuKUst intb, IKj ' 1Ht, "I'on the paj mi nt of a penalty of ten dollar. IB " 0") Per bond. aft. r which date no bondi will MR I reeeUed txicpt upon term, to ho filed by the ii , Committee. iB 1VILLTAM A. HEAD, 'JH THOMAS DENNY, ,K I hi MON IIOHG, WM IIEMIYSANFOUD. ,1H -i E. S. IIOOI.EY. mt: x Union Pacific, Denver and Gulf R. R, Co. JHj noi.HElis OF THE CI'.UTIFICATES OF HJ I' DEPOSIT FOR STOCK OF THE ABOVE YHl J COMPANY Alti: ItEUi'MSTED TO COM- IK I MUNIPATE AT ONCE JYTTHTIIE UNDEH- VH ' BI5N1:''''ONSII)EUAMOVKMENTFOB jK J TIIKIll PROTECTION AGAINST ANY UN- 'Hl I JL'ST ASSESSMENT. FRANK WHITE, "T. Counsellor at Law, Albany, N. T. 1 VERMILYE & CO., N BANKERS jHr and Dealers in K U.S. Government Bonds, EKA NASSAU AND PINE STS., JM 1 NEW YORK CIIV. Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railroad Company (OF CHICAGO). IHEORG ANIZATIOtf. . To tha Holder of First Jlortenge Honda and Coupon., and Capital Stock of the Met roplltan West Side derated Ilallwny Com pany and of receipts nnd trn.t certificate! leaned by the Central Trn.t Company of Neir York therefor. Punuant to the prorl.lon. of the agreement of January SO, 1K07, notlx I. hereby Klyen that thl. Committee ha. prepared and adopted a plan of reonranitatlon, and lodged a copy thereof with the Central Trait Company of New York. Further deposits of the abore-named First Mort gage Bond, and coupon, and capital etoclc will be recelred by the CENTItAX TRUST COaiPANY OF SEW YORK, fl WALL STREET, NEW YORK, AMERICAN LOAN & TRUST COMPANY OF BOSTON, and the ILLINOIS TRUST & SAVINGS BANK OF CHICAGO, np to and Including; Anirust nth. 1R98. Coplea of the plan and agreement may be ob tained at tho office of any one of the depositaries. New York, July 18, 1808. FREDERIC P. OLCOTT, Chairman. WALTER O. OAK5LAN, SAMUEL inORNE, Committee. ADRIAN H. JOUNE. J. N. WALLACE, Counsel, Secretary, E Wall Street. New York City. Money to Loan s 4. 45, & 5 Large or small amounts. Apply directly and rare eipensa. TiTlE GUARANTEE and TRUST COMPANY. 146 Broadway, 175 Remson St., Now York. Brooklyn. CAPITAL, .... $2,500,000. SURPLUS $2,000,000. New York Central & Hudson River R. R. Co. Mortgage 31-2 PerCentGold Bonds,.BQ7. neferrlne; to our circular of Jnne lat, 1808, ofterlns to exchange vnriou. New York Con. tral & Hud. on Hirer R. R. Co. bond for the new Mortsngn 3M Per Cent. Gold Hnndi, 1007, of the aanie Company, ire hereby kIto notice that our offer to supply the new bonda at 104 and Interest will be withdrawn AUGUST 4TII, 1808, after which dnto the rate will be 108 and Interest. J. P. MOnOAN & CO., 3S WALL STREET, NEW YORK. J. S. MORGAN & CO., 33 OLD BROAD STREET, LONDON. July 28, 18B8. 'UNION TYPEWRITER CO. STOCK. W3I. WILLIS MEHKILL. 410 Produce Exchange. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BANK & TRUST CO. STOCKS. P. J. GOODHART & CO., MJSMBERS N. Y. STOCIC EXCnANOE, 38 WALL STREET. HAVEN & STOUT 1 Nassau Street. Cor. Wall St. Banker and Broken, DEAL IN NEW 3 PER CENT. II. S. Government Bonds, KOUNTZE BROTHERS, BANKERS. Broadway and Cedar Street, N6W York. Deposit account a received. Advances made upon rnllrond, municipal and other uppruved securities. Letters of Credit Issued. flltiirttnrtii! ami 3Jntrre. STANDARD Iltll'E At TnNll CtlsfpANY. YIR8T alOUTOAOi: UOND8. JULY 3UTH, 189B. COUPONS DUEAUOB8T 1HTON 1UE AbOVK will be paid on and after th.t date at the olHce of th Sutlte goUctg. pOST OrnCENOTICE. (Should be read DAILY by all Interested, a. chance may occur at any time.) Forrlcnm.il. for the week ending July 80, 1808, will clo. (PROMPTLY In all ea.ru at the O en oral Poat Office a. follow.) PARCKLH POST MAILS close one hour earlier than closing time shown below, TIIANHATLANT10 MAILS. WEDNESDAY. At n A. M. (supplementary 10:80 A. M.) for EUROPE (eirept Spain), per steamship . Crmrto. Tia Que enstown. THURSDAY. At (I A. M. for EUROPE (except Spain), er steamship F, lllsmarck, Tla Cherbourg, flouth. amnton and Hambnrit, BATUItnAY. At 7 A. M. for FRANCE, BWITZER IAND. ITALY, TURKEY, EGYPT, and BRITISH INDIA, per steamship La nn.rosne, via Harre (letter, for other part, of Europe (except Spain) must b (Hinted1' per La Oaacogno"); at ft A. H. for NETHERLANDS direct. ior steamship Wers endam, Tla Rotterdam (letters must bo directed ' per werkendam")! at ! A, M. (supplementary lu:S0 A. M.) for EUROPE (except Spain), per steamship Auranta, via oueenstown. After the closlnit of the supplementary transatlan tic mall, n.med above, additional supplementary malls are oncnod on the pier, of the American, Enff llsh. French and Oerman Mteamrr., aud remain open until within ten minute, of the hour of salllniiof learner, MAILS FOR BOUTII AND CF.NTRAL AMERICA, WEST INDIES, Ac. WEDNE8DAY.-At 3-3ti A. M. for JAMAICA, per teamrrjfrom Philadelphia; at 8 A. M. for SAN TIAGO DR Otllli, per steamship Amruni at 13 M. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamship Por tia; at IIP. M, for JAMAICA, per steamer from Ililtlmore. THURSDAY. AtHM. (.upplementary 1 P.M.) for CENTRAL AMERICA (except Oosta Ilical and BOUTII PACIFIC PORTS, per steamship Allfanca. via Colon (letters for Guatemala must be directed "per Alllanra"); at 1 P. M I. upplementary 1:00 P. M.lforDKHMUDA, per atr.rasblp Orinoco; at 2 P. M. for Jamaica, per steamship Ardandhu. FRIDAY.-Atl2M. for LA TLATA COUNTRIES d. rsct, per stesmshlp Linda; at 12 M. for LA PLATA COUNTRIES direct, per steamship Norse; at 7 P. M. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamship Corejin, from Philadelphia; at lo A. M. (sup plrmentary 10:80 A. M.) for UAYTI, per steam ship A. Dumol.. SATURDAY. At Wt30 A. M. (supplementary 10 A. M) for ST. THOMAS, 8T. UR01X. LEEWARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS, also DF.MERARA, per ateamshlp Median.; at lo A. M. (supplemen tary 11) ao A. M.) for FORTUNE ISLAND, JAMAICA, BWANILLA and CAItTHAOENA, per steamship Allrithany (letter, for Costa Rica must be directed "per Alleghany"); at 11 A. M. for BRAZIL .ml LA PLATA COUNTRIES, per steamship British Prince, Tla Pornambuco and lllo Janeiro (letters for North Brazil must be di rected "per llrltl.h Prince"); at 11 A. M. for BRAZIL and LA PLATA COUNTRIES, per stesm shlp LlTorno. Tla Rio Janeiro and Santos (letters must be directed "per LlTorno"); at 8 30 r. M. for NEWFOUNDLAND, per steamer from North Sydney. Malls for Newfoundland, by rail to Ilallfai, and thence by steamer, closn st thl. oflire daily at 8.80 P. M. Mall, for Mlquelon. by rail to Boston, anil thence by steamer, close at tuts office dally at S RO P. M. Malls for Mexico City. oTerland, unlce. specially aildres.ed for despatch by steamer, close at thl. offico daily at 2:30 A. M. and 2:80 P.M. I Registered mall close, at 0 P. M. previous day. TRANSPACIFIC MAILS. Mails for the Society Islands, per ship City of Papeltl (from Ban Frauci.co), close here daily up to July 25 st H no P. M. Malls for China and Japan (specially addressed only), per steamship Em press of India (from Vancouver), close here dally up to July 120 at fl.80 P. M. Mall, for China, Japan and Hawaii, per steamship Azteo (from San Francisco), close here dally up to July 29 at 8:30 P. M. Mails for China and Japan per steamship Tacoma (from T acorns), close here dally up to Auu. 14 tt fl 30 P. M. Mall, for Australia (eicept those for West Australia, which are forwarded via Europe). New Zealand, Hawaii, Fiji and Be moan Islands, per steamship Mariposa (from San Francisco), close here dally up to Aug. Q at 7 A.M.. 11 A. M.,andfl 80 P.M. (or on arrival at New York of steamship Etrurla with British malls for Australia). Malla for Australia (except West Australia), New Zealand, Hawaii and FIJI Islands, per steamship Aoransi (from Vancou ver), close hem daily after Auk. 0 and up to Auk. 118 at 8 30 P.M. Transpacific malls are forwarded to post of selling dally, and the schedule of closing I. arranged on the presumption of their uninterrupted OTerland transit, Registered mall closes at P. M. preTlous day. CORNELIUS VAN COTT. Postmaster. Post Office. Now York, N. Y.. July 2(1, 18B8. gntttns. PATENTS for InTentlon. procured promptly; low rate.. ROEDER It BRIESEN, 82 Nassau St., N.Y. Established 185. gUijsrrllnnroujS. R-I-P-A-N S. 10 for 5 cents at druggist., grocers, restaurants, saloons, new. stand., general .torea and barber shops. They banish pain, induce sleep, prolong life. One gtres relief. 1 flflrt $35cigar."for30c!i; 1.000 170 cigars for 0c l.VJUU Write for proposition. The WORTHINQ TON TOBACCO CO.. Winchester, Ya. rlrrt Soaiil. East Side. QTH ST., 218 EAST. Large and small elegantly X7 furnished rooms, all conveniences; exoellent able; reference, exohangea. OfJIH ST., 11A EAST (near Madison Square). J Handsome large and small room.; delightful table board; reaaonable. Weat Side. - KTII ST., 37 WEST. large and small rooms: cool It aud homelike; central location, near Cth av,; reference.. 1 7T1I 8T., 24 WEST. Nicely furnl.hed rooms, X I with board; transients accommodated; refer ence; table board. 1 QTH ST.. 41) WEST. Clean, tidy rooms; good XV table; central location: Southerners; transients taken; referencea exchanged. OQD ST.,Tf7WE8TT New England lady has pleaa tiJ ant, newly decorated rooms; large, small; boun tlful table; reference., OTjTH ST., 27 WEST. H.nd.ome, cool room.; ex. OX cellent board; aummer rate.; transients accom modated. A KTH ST., S43 WEST. Cuban boardintr house; Jt'J large and small nicely furnished rooms; excel lent table board. J uruisard goams & pnrtmeutu togtt East Side. 9TH ST., 49 EAST, near Broadway. Large and small rooms, one flight; parlors, private bath; perma pent, transient. West Side. OATH ST., 2B4 WEST. Airy rooms, nteely for ivF nlshsd. for Ught housekeeping, 92 up; conven ience s. OITH ST., 80 WEST. Handsomely and newly fur ArX. nlshsd rooms In well-appointed house, for gea tlemen only. QOTH ST.. 186 WEST, adjoining Hotel Marlbor oU ough. Handsome, divided parlor (bachelor), 812; square room (two gentlemen), $5. oomjj ctVnntrd. GENTLEMAN desires room in private family. Uni tarian preferred. Address U , box UH Bun office. ANTED-Becond floor In private house, fur nished nr unfurnished; two good-elsed room, sufficient; irrste lire in sitting room: central location. Address PERMANENT, box 187 Hun uptown office, 128ft Broadway. $ lntjs ana mpartmrtus Wo 3et. APARTMENTS S I TO LET. 5 ? 136 to 142 West 16th St., 7 Rooms and Bath. Steam Heated. Hot Wator aud Hall Service. Rents, S 0 and $i!5 per luonth, N 5 35 to 41 East 50th St., J 7 m R Iloonit and Bath. Steam lhitf.l, Uall Birv.ce. Ilento, $4U C to 0u por month, J 227 & 237 West 135th St., S 7 MA R lloom and llath. Btnam $ I HtaW, JUnts, $J7..r.0nml $4&ixr month. r I 273 West 138th St., c- ( 8 Rooms and Bath, Steam nested, f Hull tiirvlce. Rents, 37.r.() ami t2.r,o i'i,r mouth. ? 267 West 139th St., S 7 Rooms and Hath, Steam Heated, r k Hall Service. Rent, G to 165 per S f month. f I 272 West 139th St., I I rt Eooms and Bath, Btftam Ueattd. C Hall Servko. IU-dU, 87.r0 aud ) f $42.&u per in on tb. Apply to Janitor, on premliea, or S ERASTUS HAMILTON, f XBS Writ 138th St. J ? Tel.pbons 847 Harlem, V rf tutu urt pnttmtuts ntttrd. WANTED Rept lat, by gentleman and wife, in Brooklyn, upper part of modern two-family house, aulet aud rrttned ui Ighburbood Please send full particulars to 1I0B8ON, box 1 1 0 bun offlt e. SivtUiun iiouura So Jet City. Y.'XCE8SIVELYLOWRENT.-4-storybrownstons.l& r Li rooms. 2:17 West 84th st.) aacriflce to desirable ten ant, cleguiturdcr. J.BAILKV, 148wBway,cor.4dst. I 1 Lemonade i G made with Londonderry has the vim, sparkfc, jo S and effervescence of a freshly opened bottle a q A of Champagne. Q 1 JL l(iiii& nJto'i. i S is a pure, sparkling: spring water, and refined people S a all agree that it is the best table water in the land. 5 8 SOLD EVERYWHERE. BTILL AND BPARKLINO. 8 SwtlUuo HlouKtji to $et (Soimtty. MONTCLArR, N. J. For rent during August and September, beautiful country residence, fur nished, ir rooms; line verandas; mX acres; .hade, fruit, garden, stable; horse and cow If desired. Apply 1'. O. box 12(1. Montclalr, N. J. Seal ffijjtnte ornle 5 ou iplnntl. ABAROAJN In a nicely situated 2K acre farm; con venient to station, town, schools, stores, churches, c. near beautiful lake: 18 acres ready for cultivation, Italance timber; good 0 room house, barn and othoroiithuildlngs; plenty fruit, excellent well; inline neighborhood: about vo minutes out, a flue property; price $1,700; 00 cash required, balanoe mortgage. Full partirulsrs of RISLET, H in Chambers sU glrnt (gtftnte j.ot j?alc. SCj.'ofin'-TIIREE STORY FRAME MOUSE, 10 IDt.iW. room"' 2&X11H, Improvements; near elevated. 8TRICKER, 3048 8d ar., lr.Cth st. naiiTTxa. Sam Fltipntrlck Will Train McCoy On. Buhltn aa an Assistant. That Eld McCoy Intends to be ns lit an flddle when ho meets Jim Corbott at Buffalo In Beptomber It evldont, for yesterday tlio youth ful aspirant for championship honors In the hoavy weight class engaged Bam Fltr.patrlok to train him. Of course. Pltzpatrlck will have several assistants, but everything that Is to be I done to put McCoy In trim will como under Sam's personal supervision. Qus Buhlln has also been engaged to mnke himself generally useful and to spar with McCoy dally. The latter Is vory 'ond of road work, and Ruhlln will accompany him on his dally spins. That FIt7patrlck is the right man In the Tight plnce Is tho opinion of many sports. Bam will not be installed as trnlnor until about Aug. 15. McCoy, up to that time, will work mainly to build himself up. It Is no open secret that he has not been In very good health. Tho fact thnVtie has been doing a lot ot training and lighting during tho past twelve months has severely taxed his constitution, nnd in ordor to h In fottlA If. will hn neoesRnrv for him to ffet on as much superfluous flesh as possible. Billy Gray. McCoy's manager. Is tickled over tho selection ot Fitzpntrick as trainer, and thinks that tho latter will havo the Kid In splendid condition. In a talk with a reporter of The Bun yesterday Fltrpntrlck said: " I think McCoy Is a great lighter, and that he will surpriso a lot of peoplo We will work hand In hand, and If Coroett beats him It won't be because McCoy wasn't carefully prepared for the mill. I will also bo In MoCoy's oorneron tho night of tho light and advise him. I will work film tho snmo as I did when I handled l'etcr Jackson for all his fights. I expect to see tho Kid win before the limit is reached." Gossip of the TMng. Jack McEeck Is looking for a match with any 116 pound man. Danny MoBrlds and Jack Downey havs been matched to flglit again. The pair will meet at Coney Island the latter part of August In a tweaty-nve-round bout. Bam Tonkins of Astoria was yesterday matched to meet an " unknown" at the Lenox A. O. in the pre liminary bout of the Green Smith contest, which take, place next Friday night. No local club ao far ha. offered a purse for the match arranged between Sammy Kelly and Eddie Curry, and the probabilities are that the battle will be decided outside of N.w York. Tom Sharkey says he has It on good authority that Peter Maher baa decided to let him have tbe first chsnee and will meet him next September. Sharkey adds that as soon aa Maher posts a forfeit his man ager, Tom O Bourke, will cover it, Billy O'Doinell of Memphis met with defeat at the hand, of Luke Stevens, tbe Buffalo boxer, at tbe Olymplo A. 0. of that city on Monday night. Tbe Bair were to have boxed ten rounds, but In the ninth 4.feree Kelly stopped the mill and gave hi. decision to Utovens. It is understood that " Spike ' Sullivan prefers to meet Kid Lavigno at the National Sporting Club. London, and that in all probability the meeting will be held there. Spike .ay. he I. going to England In the fall, and will remain on the otbsr aide until the boxing .eaaon there terminate.. Steve O'Donn.ll, the well-known master of cere monies, will bold a wrestling carnival at the Acad emy of Mtuio next Saturday night. Ten wre.tler. will meet in the padded arena. The prinolpal event of the night will be a match between the ''Russian Giant" and the " Terrible Greek." According to a despatch received by a local sport ing man from San EranclBCoye.terday Joe Choyuskl has at last succeeded In getting on a fight. It is said that Choynskl Is to meet Alec Oreggalna at San Fran cisco for twenty rounds the latter part of next month. The battle Is to be decided on a percentage basis of 66 per cent, to the winner. "Sparrow" Robertson has become a full-fledged manager ot boxers. liobertson baa Hike Leonard under hla wing, and thinks Mike wtU be able to bold his own against any of the lightweights. Should Leonard defeat Broderlck next Saturday night, Hpairow" sss he will Issues i hallengo on behalf of Leonard to meet "Spike" BulllTan aaln. TomO'Rourke waited patiently the better part of yesterday afternoon for Ocorge Consldlne to oome forward and post a forfeit, aa he had promised to arrange a match between Tom Sharkey and Jim Cor bett, to take place two weok. after the ex-champlon's contest with Kid McCoy. Consldlne, however, failed to put in an appearance. Corbett authorized Consl dlne to deposit 11,000 for him, Fred Fox. manager of Joe Hopkins, tha colored boxer, called on Tom O'Rourke yesterday afternoon. Fox said that he had reoelveil an offer to ha e George Dixon meet Hopkins at the Olympic Club of Buffalo some time next month. O'Rourke replied that Dixon would not light in Buffalo, but If match 1. arranged it will take place at the Lenox A. O, In September, Hopkins wishes to meet Dixon at 12r pounds, weigh In at 3 o'clock, Hopkins baa also challenged Joe Bernstein. The Carolina Wins at Newport. Nbwpobt. July 20 The 30-footer race this afternoon was won by the Cnrollna, sailed by Capt. Bnm Seaman. Tho wind was light, from the south, and tho triangular course, with thq first lrc to Jamestown, was sailed otor twlco, Tho Veda got tlio best of tho start, but tho Carolina soon took tho lend nnd held It to the end. On theiMicond tlmo over tho course the Horn fouled the murk at lllnliop Itock and withdrew. Tho yacbts wore HOinowhor linndl rapixnl by exciirsiou boats on theeocond round. ThoBummary: i rlapttd Slarl. Fni. I , fime. float ami Owmr. H. u. t. u, M. s. ,. it. d, Carollno, I'. Jonc. ... .3 GU 00 ft 12 40V2 hi 40 Dorothy II . li P Whitney 2 M 00 ft 14 24 2 21 24 VaquniIII..U.l'. Durtea.2 M 0 1 44 2 28 44 Veilae.C. Vamlcrbilt. Jr 2 r.3 (iO r. 11) 2(1 2 111 2 it Wuas'll Broils ,. 2 r..'l 00 ft 111 40 2 2D 40 Ilora, R. N, EU' a M 00 Did not finish, nnmes of St. rntrirk's Lyceum, The annual gsme. of St Patrick's Lyceum took placet HuDer's Harlem Rher Park yesterday after noon. P J. Sullivan, whose rlslm to distinction was bssd on tho statement that he bail once defeated the notid Anily Walsh, Justified the confldenco of hi. aduiher by winning the sprint race by two yards, and afterward spreadi-sgling the field in the half mile handicap summaries- .., , 70-Yard Dash, Scratch Won by P. J. Bulllvas, W. Olbson second, It. Montgomery third. Time, 8 2-b 440-Yard Run, Bor.ITnderl4 Won by E. Flynn, J, O'Hourke second, Philip Rellly third. Time, 1 min ute 10 seconds. . , 220-Yard Dash. Handicap-Won by J. F. Travis, scratch; II. Montgomery. 2 yard., .coond; J. ThuU eon. 4 yard., third, lime, 24 2-r, seconds. Shoe Race-Won by E. Rellly. J, Suuney asoond. Time, 13 minute. 26 seconds. 440-Yard Hun. Scratch Won by T. Mulgannon, J. Thullson second, M. O'Reilly third. Tuns, 60 2 B seconds. Potato Race Won by J. Bnnn.y, John Logs sec ond, C O Mslley third. H80-Yard Run. Handicap-Won by P. J. Sullivan, .cratch; W. Gibson, 10 yard., .coond: B. Montgom ery. 6 yard., third. Time. 2 minute. 17 4-6 seconds. k FOR DYSPEPSIA. Horsford'Sslcld Phosphate H Pleasant to tha Taste. MB HOHSTOBDo-OKLY ffl B0TTLE8, "AXTI" PAttTT IS DEAD. Tlrookfleiil nnd Rvenyne Lenre It to Jerome to llury, Tho Brookfleld.Rwayno organization In dead, It died, according to Its head members, ot "too much Jcromo." The Joromo rofcrrori to Is nono other than the warlike Lovell II., who in sisted on Monday night on nominating Rooso elt for Governor. When questioned about the futuro ot the organization yesterday William Brookflold, who was moro than any man re sponsible for Its creation, turned a mournful eye upon tho reporter and snld: "I wlllne or attond another meetlntc ot tho 'Republicans ot tho County of New York.'" That Is tho offlclal title ot tho organization, and when Mr. Drookfleld said he was through with It there was little left to do except call In the Coroner. Kvory man of means and Influ ence within its ranks will go out with him. Bamuol G. Fronch will probably resign as Soo retary In a short time, and tho expenslvo head quarters of the organization In the Bt. James building at Twenty-sixth fitroet and Broadway will havo a " To lot " sign upon tho front door. Among thoso who will loave with Mr. Brook field are Oen. Wager Bwayno, ex-Mayor Strong. Qen. Bam Thomas, Anson O. McCook. James Yereance, W. If. Konyon. W. F. Daley. W. H. tluber. Henry C. I'ierey, Richard J. Lewis, and John Vinton Dnhlgron. Qen. Swayne. It Is said, will Issue the call for the special mooting which Is demanded by tho Jerome crowd, and that crowd can go and pass its Roosevelt reso lution all by Itself. The Brookfleld-Bwayno organization was formed about one year ago for tho ostensible purpose ot securing "honest primaries " In the city of Now York. It was mainly through their efforts that tho now primary law was passed at the last session of tho Legislature, and It was understood that they promised to abide by tho results ot tho first election held undor Its pro visions on June 7. The regular organization -was successful by an overwhelming majority, elect ing over 200 of the 221 members of the new County Committee This was the beginning ot the end ot the Brookflcld-Swayne oomblnatjon. The meeting on Monday night finished the job. The organization. It Is said. Is In debt J1.000. QVIIQ TTTEE XA1IK DEPUTIES. Ilepubllcnn District Leader Tote to Act Under the Blectlons Law. There was a lively session ot the local Repub lican district leaders In tho headquarters of the County Committeo at 1 Madison avenue yester day afternoon. Tho appointment of deputies to help Superintendent McCullagh enforce the provisions ot the Metropolitan Election Dlstrlot law was under discussion. The law says that 300 deputies shall be appointed upon tho recommendatlonv of tho local Republican or ganization and 300 upon the recommendation ot tho Democrats. A resolution was Introduced putting tho entlro matter ot selecting the Re publican deputies In the hands ot President Qulgg. The resolution was opposed by National Com mitteeman Glbbs. James Stewart, John Stleo llng. and several other leaders on the ground that as tbe organization was In no way respon sible for the law, whloh. they sold, was forced upou the County Committeo without the con sent ot the mombers, no attention should be paid to the provision authorizing the recom mendation of deputies. After a heated debate the resolution was adopted by a large majority, less than ten lenders voting against It. A majority of Uio Tammany leaders are said to be In favor ot Ignoring entirely the provis ion of the law regarding the recommendation of deputies, but nothing dollnlto will be done about the mattor until Mr. Croker returns from Europe. ROOSEVETjT 2V4XBT UP THE STATE. A Cltixens' Union Emlssnry Snld to Be at Work Along the Southern Tier. Binoramton. N. T.. July 20. An effort is being made to secure the cooperation of the Independent voters ot tho southern tier In the nomination of Theodoro Boosovolt for Gover nor. During tho past two years the Indepen dent organization in this region has been per fected until tt has becomo a recognized factor In politics. A few days ago a man said to repre sent the Citizens' Union of Now York was In the elty and conferred with certain citizens who are recognized as political leaders. This was kept a secret and Its obj'ect was not discovered, but It has become known that a proposition was mado for the independent or ganization to support Roosovclt for Governor and a Rochester or Buffalo man for second filace, and In return legislation favorable to hoso composing the Independent party, which would make Independent nominations easier and tend to eliminate "boss" rule, would be enacted. The representative will visit oil the cities in tho southern tlor and tho western part ot tho State. A canvass of the Situation will bo made and it satisfactory a meeting will bo called at Syracuse or Rochester about tho middle ot September. ROBERT DAVIS SWOR1T JW. no Cannot Remove Many Republicans for the Present. Robert Davis, the Democratic leader In Hud son county, who was appointed City Collector by Mayor Hoos of Jersey City on Mondny. took tho oath of oftloe yestordny nnd will tnkoohnrge of tho office next Wednesday, Colloctor Davis will bo required to furnish honvy bonds, the nninunt to be fixed by tho Board of Finance, but will havo no trouble In securing bondsmen, as his wealthy lricuds nro falling over each other In thulr desire to go on the bomlH. lie will not bo ublo to inuku many changes In tho clerical force of tho ofllco until September, ns his Appointments must bo confirmed by tho Board of Flnnncp, and tho board will bo n tlo politically until that time, flen Heppenlielmer, one ot tho Domocratlo members, being about to sail for Europo. Brooklyn Republicans Looking for Patron age. Tho Executive Committee of tho Republican organization In Rrooklyn will meet to-morrow night to settle upon acandldnto tor the placo of Chief Doputy to Htate Superintendent of Elections McCullagh. Slnco tho Brooklyn lead ers received asBUrniico that Clarenoo V. 0, Van Duscn, who hnd somu up-Htute backing for tho place, would not bo appointed, they havo liecn pulling wires for Alfred T, llnbloy, the Thir teenth ward loader. It was said last night that William J. Beattlo ot the Fourth ward might possibly carry off tho prlre. Addison W. Hal leek of the same ward Is a candidate for the chief clerkship under Bupcrlntendoiit McCul lagh, but both jobs ore not likely to go to Brooklyn. Ilrrmer Takes Grey's Place. Alonro Brymer will take his old place as Fire Marshal in the borough of Brooklyn to-day, in accordance with the mandate ot the Appellato Division ot the Supreme Court. John M. Grey, the Democratic boss of the Tenth ward, who has been holding Brymer's place, announced yestordny that ho would give up the light. The Dfinocratlo manngers have promised to look uround and provide lilm.lt possible, with some other nice job. Hoy Killed by a Manhattan Reach Train, Bert rand Clements, tho ten-year-old son of George Clements of 3tS8 Johnson avenue, Wil liamsburg, was killed by a Manhattan Beach train yesterday while walking on the track toward Most Holy Trinity Cemetery. He was going to care for the grave of a younger brother who died three week ico, BUSINESS TROUBLES. Applying the New Rnnknipt Lnw D. Clnnl & Bros,' Creditors on n Hunt. Tho Sheriff sold out jesterday tlio stock ot Chnrlos Lewis fc Bros., wliolesnlo dealers In woollens nn.l clonklngs nt 315 Church street, for (5,700. Blumonstlol A Hlrsch obtained an Injunction restraining the Bherlft from paying over tho money to tho judgment creditor, on bohnlf of five creditors whoso claims negro gate $15,000. They rniscd the point that tho now Bankrupt act. which was signed by tho President on July 1, makes void nil transfers and preferences mode within four months ot filing a petition. Anothor provision ot tho now law provides that Involuntary petitions In bankruptcy cannot bo filed before Nov. 1 next To hold tho property from now until Nov. 1 Blumonsttcl .t Hlrsch naked tho Bupromo Court fornn Injunction. A committeo of tho creditors of David Me Cosker A. Co., Importors ot linens, woollons, &c, m 12 and 14 Walkor Btroot, consisting ot VIce-Prosldont Bates of tho Tradesmen's Na tional Bank, J. Ballln ot Stleglltz A Ballln. and W. C. McCluro. representing Inglls .t Co , will coOporato with tho asslgneo. Daniel C. Watt, in oarrying on tho business, nnd as sufficient pro ceeds como In will pay creditors pro rata until their entire claims are paid off, and will thou return tho buslnos to Mr. McCoskor. iThn Kennedy Publishing Company, pub Inhers ot eduentional and whool liooksntllO 'ifth avenue, mado nn assignment yestordny to Daniel E. Wing. Tho company was olosely connected with tho Arlcll Publishing Com pany, which went into tho hands of a receiver !lx weoks ago. Wllllnm J, Arkell being tho 'resident and John Kennedy Vlce-I'rosldont. The eomimnv Ins boni'ulimlng up business, and an examination ot Hs nlTnlrs showed that it could not pay lis dobti In full, Preferences aro glvon to employees for salaries and to truckmen for enrtngo nnd payment of freight. Marshal Louis Let y took charge yesterday of tho place of business of I). Clnnl t Bro, Im porters of wine allot Broad street, on nn at tachment ot $400 obtained by Bullowa & Itul lowa for Louis Poirnno. It was snld tllat tho Sortners had not been at tho store slnoo Satur ay last. Deputy Sheriff O'Donnoll rocolved four writs of replevin for about $3,000 worth of goods. Ho found twonty-onn bnrrols of claret belonging to A. Marshall Co. In a cellar on Thirty-fifth street near First avenue. A re plevin from Llbby. MoNenl i Llbby Is for seventy-six boxes of sausages which arrived hero from Chicago on Baturday last and wore carted to some placo in East Thirty-fifth or Thlrty elxth street. Tho liabilities are reported to bo at least $20,000. BRYAX DECLINES TO RUN. Ha Must 5fot Be Named ns Fusion Candi date for Governor in Nebraska. Lthcoln, Neb., July 23. Col William J. Bryan sent a telegram to-day positively refusing to allow his namo to be used for the Fusion nom ination for Governor. There are nenrly adozen Democrats and Populists who wish to suc ceed Holcomb, Including the Govornor himself, and tho possibility of such a ruction being klckod up no to make fusion difllcult. it not Im possible, spurred several leaders to telegraph to Bryan to urge upon htm the neceBBltyot bringing about harmony by running himself. The additional ground was urged that his elec tion as Governor would keep him prominently before the people without any necessity ot leo turlng until the war was over. Tho Fuslonlsts will meet In three separate conventions here next woek. and there is great strife as to whether tho Democrats, who nave but two out of twelve 8tate officers, will re ceive tho Governor nomination. The Populists are determined they shall name the man. and tho Democrats threaten to raise trouble It they do. 1UORE CLOAK3TAKERS' STRIKES. Employees of Two Firms Quit Work Others to Strike To-I)ny. The eloakmakera employed by Baumann & Sperling. 834 Broadway, numbering 400 men and women, went on strike yesterday to en force a new wage scale. A striko of the oloak mokers In the shops of Scharf & SUberman, 83 Canal streot, was ordered for the same reason. The strikers went first to tho headquarters ot the Cloakmakere' Union, 100 Rivlngton street, and later held a meeting at 180 Stanton street. Other strikes are to take placo to-day. Shop meetings ot tho cloakmakers who In tend to make demands were held In about a dozen small halls last night. A moss meeting of the union will be held on Friday night In New Irving Hall. Broome street, near Norfolk street, to near reports from the shops. The women's and girls branch ot the union met lost night at 21 Suffolk street. The strikes were discussed, but. as it was one ot the regular meetings, no action was taken. BTAMMOCK SIAKERS STRIKE. A. Hundred Men Snld to Have Quitted a Concern with a Government Contract. A strike of tent and hammock makers em ployed in the tent and hammock factory ot John Boyle 4 Co., at 202 Fulton street, took place yosterday against a reduction of wages. According to tho strikers about 100 men quit work. This, they say, is tho third reduction in wages made In four months. The men who are out are known as splicers and whlppers. The firm, which Is doing a good deal of work for tho Government, occupies six buildings in Fulton street and one nt Vesey and Church streets. Mr. Boyle, when seen yesterday, de nied that 100 men had struck. Ho sold that thirty unskilled men had been discharged. Tho firm, ho said, had been for some time at the mercy of the men. and had been compelled to pay them anything they demanded, because tho tents and hammocks for tho Government had to be flnlshod on tlmo. STRIKERS ARE PAID OFF. Ho Printing Press Makers' Former Em ployees Call for Their Wages. Tha striking employees of R. Hoe & Co, printing press manufacturers, were paid res torday by tha company up to the time they went on strike. Evidently they needed the money, as all tho strikers woro on hand. In cluding 133 apprentices who went on strike with the machinists. Acting Capt. Hyan of the Delancey street station was present with a number of police men to guard against disturbance, but the strikers woro quiet. The apprentices were paid by the respective foremen under whom they had worked, who gave them some kindly advice regarding returning to work. Tho status of the strike was unchanged yesterday. 919,000,000 CITY BONDS FOR BALE jt 1S Per Cents., Payable In Gold Mayor Signs Assembly'. Resolution. Mayor Van Wyck has approved the resolution passed by the Municipal Assembly authorizing the Comptroller to soli $23,000,000 of 3H per cent, gold-bearing lionds. Tho Comptroller said yesterday that ho would advertise at once the sale of $12,000,000 or theso bonds. Tho rest of the issue will bo hold from tlmo to tlmo as the ennh iq needed. Saw Forty Icebergs in the Atlantic Cnpt. Jenkins of tho Monnntle lino stenmcr Masconomo, which arrived horn from Sunder land yesterday, reiiorts ihnt he pnshed forty icebergs during tho trip. Ono of tho bergs was the largext ho had over seen. It hiul a tre mendous overhanging top, which began to crumblo whllo tho Maseonnmo was nearby, Tho falling chunks of Ico whipped the sen into foam for a hundred yurds uround After the top had fallen olT.Cajit Jenkins says, the Ice berg turned completely over. The Masennomu is a brand now vessel and this is her llrst trip. Died After Gurgling a Patent Medicine. Chrlstorher Carr, n baker, who lived at 110 Bedford street, died early yesterday mornlngof a liomorrhngo caused upjiareiitly by n gurglo ho was using for a soro throat. Carr was advised to uso n patent mcdlelno a. n gargle by a fellow bakor, and ho (Unsolved several tablets In a glBHsof water and gargled his thmat with tho mixture. Carr, It la Hiipx.t(l, swallowed some of tho mixture, which produced a violent (It of coughing that resulted In n hemorrhngo. Coroner's l'hjslelnn Williams will make an autopsy to discover the exact cause of death. John Y. McKnne on n Democratic Picnic. Nenrly 1,000 Democratlo warriors from the Gowanus district In Brooklyn went on an ex cursion on the steamboat Blrius to College Folnt yostonlay Among the guests was John Y. McKane, who received much attention from his former political nswielates l'rlondsor the fallen (Irnvekeiid chieftain predict that In a short time he will l" restored to full fellow ship in the organization. Fatal Hemorrhage In the Street, MlchaelDflCaDtllllan,30yrarsnld.of7i)Fnurth place, Brooklyn, had a hemorrhage last night in Luqueer street, near Clinton. He died b ton the arrival ot ft doctor. j t MURDER OF A POLICEMAN. j CHARLES OKRUARDT SHOT IN JL HO- & 110KEX STREET. ' ( He Hnd Ovrrhmtlrd n Mnn Who ITad Been !? Acting Husplclnu.ly Mnn Hub.eqnently tA Found to Have Burglar.' Tools In Ills tij Fosse.. Inn-Flvv Bullets Fired! Two Hit. 1 Policeman Charles Gobhnrdt of Hobokon was i shot nnd killed yesterdny afternoon nt Twelfth J and Dloomfleld streets, lloboken.by a supposed i burglar who def crlbes himself as James Brown I of Erio Btreet, Jersoy City. Tho namo and ad- jfe1 dross nro supposed to bo Hetltlous. About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon Police- man Charles Gebhardt saw a man with a small m black bag under his arm standing at tho corner M of Bloomflold nnd Twelfth streets. Tho man's M actions wore sufficiently suspicious to attract ' tho pollcemnti'B attention. , Tho mnn.who finally saw that ho was attract- U Ing attention, crossed over to where Gebhardt B was standing, Whon tho man was within ten foot of tho policeman ho stopped and turned S his back. Gobhardt wulkcd up to him, and touching him on tho shoulder said: , S " What nro you doing around hero?" M "Oh, I am otpectlng n friend," replied the 1 man, who then stnrtod to walk nway, S$ Gebhardt grabbed him by tho coat collar, '& and tho man turned and grappled with him. $ J. H. A. Ostorndorff, w ho lives nt 1201 Bloom- ', field street, saw from n window Gephardt's an tagonist reaching into his rocket torn pistol, ' , and shouted to Gobhnrdt lo look out. Geb hardt did not hear, or did not heod tho warn- h ins. At this juncture Frank Leinkauf. 15 yoars 3 Id, who lives In tho same houio with Ostorn orff, enmo alone. i "Uo get it iHoilooman. quick," ehoutod the 1 policeman. S Tho boy startod off on a run. Before he re turned the man succeeded In freeing himself from Gebhardt and drow a revolver, whllo ho was scarcely two feet away from tho policeman , ho began firing. The llrst two shots missed Gobhnrdt. Tho third ono struck him In tho Btomaeh nnd tho fourth ono entered just below the heart. A llfth bullot missed him. While tho shdotlng wns going on. Policeman John Myers, who had been summoned by the boy, was coming down Twelfth street on n run. Ho snw Gobhardt clasp tils hand to his broust, and. with rovohcrin hand, start to follow his assailant, Detectlvo Korrlgan, who heard the shots, waa close bohtnd Myers. Kerrigan reached Gob hardt just as ho begnn to stagger. A moment Inter tho wounded mnn fell forward Into Kerri gan's arms and breathed his last. Myors had eontlnuod on after tho murdorer, who turned into Bloomileld streot. Myors i drew his revolt or and flred n shot nt tho fleeing man. It did not hit him, and ho llrod a second tlmo. This also nitssod. The man then stopped and aimed his re volver at Myers, but It was empty, ns ho prob- ' ably know. The fusillade at Gebhardt had used U up nil the cartridges. Myers, although ho was unaware of this, closed In on tho murdorer nnd hit him two blows on the head, inflicting deep gashes. Tho murderer thon shouted: " I glvo in. I've got enough." Ho was taken to tho Willow Avenue station. Ho would glvo nol Information about himself except the probably false namo and address . mentioned nbovo and his age. He said ho was 34 years old. Ho was taken later to tho noboken Pol loo Hoadquartors. Tho black bag which hs dropped in tho strugglo was found to contain a jimmy ten Inches long, n koy-turner such as is used by burglars to unlock doors that are locked from within with tho koy loft In the holo. thirteen skeleton keys, six door keys, and a memorandum book from which a number ot pages had been torn, leaving only blank pages. Brown subsequently made a statement to Acting Chief ot Police Hayes. " I was only trying to escape." ho said. " I am sorry I killed him. I knew I hnd burglar tools, and if they were found on me It would go hard. I started to run from tho policeman. Ho knocked mo down and punched me. When I got up ho hit me on tho hand. 1 did not pull . my revolver until I saw the policeman pull nts. I won't tell you whore I livo becauso I have ft mother." Brown was arraigned last night before Re- corder Stanton. Among tho spectators was j Mayor Fagln. Brown was told that he need not make a statement unless ho wished. " I won't say anything more." ho said. i " Then I will hold you without ball on ft charge of wilful murdor," said the Recorder. "I did not know It was wilful murder," said Brown, jumping to his feet. ; He was then told that It was too late to make 'A a statement. "i He is tall and thin, with small features, thin. 1 black mustache and receding forehead. H The murdered policeman was 30 years old. 1 He lived with his wife and flvo small children 'J at 714 Garden street. He was a brother of former $ School Trustee George Gebhardt. He was ap- 1 pointed on the Hobokon polleo force In 1801. i His wife Is an Invalid and Is slok In bed from . the effects of a surgical operation recently per- formed. Tho news ot her husband's death ,' was taken to her by her husband's brother. : OBITUARY. ') Jason Hlnman of 100 West Slxty-tourth i street was found dead on Monday morning In ; his room at the Sea Girt Hotel. Asburr Park. His death was duo to heart disease. After graduating from Amherst College Mr. Hlnman taught for several years and then studied law with tho Arm ot Merrill & Rogers. Later hs opened an office In the Trinity Building at 111 Broadway. He became chief assistant ot tha Criminal Division in this city during ex-Preal- i dent Cleveland's second Administration and held that ofllco until last January. Ho was a member of the Bar Association, the Reform. ! Club, tho Amherst Alumni Club and the Delta, Kappa Epsllun Fraternity. He leaves a widow end one child. ( Theophllus Butts ot Hobokon died yesterday at his summer homo in Avon, N. J. He was born in Hoboken tp Tears ago. In 1864 he was elected a director pi the First National Bank and was Vice-President at the time of his death. He was one of the organizers of the old Hoboken Volunteer Fire Department and was a charter member ot the Hudson Trust Com pany and the Flower Hill Cemetery. He was also Treasurer of the Soldiers' Monument fund. Ho died ot cancer ot the stomach. whloh had impaired his health for about six months. A widow and two sons survive him. Ex-Trusteo Patrick Brennan of Saratogadled yesterday of oorebro spinal meningitis, aged 54 years. Ho was bom In county Queens. Ire land, onme to America forty-eight yoars ago, and for thirty years had beenn merchant in Saratoga Ho had served on the Board of Edu cation. He Is survived by six oblldren. Includ ing Mrs. Edward King of Now York and Cor poral Joseph P. Bronnnn of Company L. Second lleglment. Now York Volunteers, who has been furloughed to attond the funorai. James E Nesmlth of Lowell. Mass.. brother-in-law ot the late Gov. Greenbalge, died sud denly yesterday, aged 42 years. He was a mem ber of tho Middlesex bar, nut did not praotloo. Ho had published two volumes ot poems, " Monadnook " and Phlloctetes,". and lost year a biography of Gov. Greenhalge. Lorenzo D. M. Sweat, former Congressman from the First Maine district, died at Portland yestorday, aged 80 years. Brooklyn Child Killed br av Trailer Car, Gertrudo O'Byrne. tho 7-year-old daughter of Charles O'Byrne, n fireman on the bridge, was run over aud killed by n trolley car on the Court street lino In Brooklyn yestordny morning. The accident occurred near her home, at 11 Butler street, As the child started to cross tho street the car approached at rapid speed, and tho was struck and picked up by tho fender. Before tho car could bu slopped she rolled from tho fender and foil under tno w hoiils. Albor W. AIlshouM, tho motorinan, was arrested. Ambassador Cnmbon's Relight. WasHis-nTON'. July 20. M. Cnmbon. Trenoh Ainhassndor. wns n happy man to-day. Re turning to tho embassy after presenting Presi dent McKlnley Spain's n-quostfor an end of ths war, he found u cablegram from his wm, a boy in his tnmif, nt school 111 Paris, announcing that ho had successfully passed his iixuintnntlnn. lis returned a rharaoterlstlo reply, ''enibraclmr him " and diiwtliiir him to sail on Saturday for tho Uulted States to bpend ills vacation with the Ambassador, , The Ilute Wnr In the Northwest. St Paul, Minn.. July 20 Regarding the re ports that the rate war was hoon to be settled. President J J. Hill of the Orent Northern saldi "The ratowur is no further, fiom a settle ment now than it lias been for six months, nor Is It any nearer. The. report that President Van Home nnd mibolf huo reached a settle mentor the differences between tho roads Is without foundation." Billy Florence's K.tatn Was 870,000. I Washington. July 20, Mrs, Annie T. Coo- i velUthe widow of William T. llllllyl Florence, the well-known actor, (lied In tlio ofllce of ths Resistor of Wills to-day a eortlllenleof settle ment of hor Intu liuHband't. estate, of which sho was thiiloB-"u. Tlio valuo of tho estat Is given at $011.? .s. Wounded Soldiers lght.eelng. I A number of wounded soldiers visited Wall street jestunho afternoon. Two of them I climbed to the visitors- galleryof tha New York Btock Exchange almut noon (Inn was spps- I iently a regular uriuy iiifuntninun. Hsliw ft lis arm in a sling The. other, who was said to A leiong to the rough riders, walked with 1LB9 i anduisdacans, . I i I m -1