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OT YORK LIFE'S POLICY. r Ml.41 TO ACT I'BPaM.I.V w s;- , jum r iMi'L'nn """ arot'hs. Anil TliM Inmlirs Disposing of tlir Cnntiol I ' f Mm Nrw iorU Hecurltj nnd Irusl Colli" I pail? Nritlmnil Itr llnnk 1 ollm Mnnt Ly I lull "o l'nlrrlillit nnd lilt l'rlenilt. liii ip ire two lntorostlnc points lnoloil lu tlipiletirmlmition of tho Now lorkMfo Insur , , iiiratir to sellout ull Its IniestmonUln. onr) rut" (-toi'ki ainl to purclian no inoro of ;,-h viirltios in the future, anil to innko no ui r" 1 iaiif with "took a collateral Oni" i-tlic fact tint tlioinoiemont li likely to rlioP tl" V iv ork I.lfo a practical monopoly of tin i ' iinuraiico business In l'russla no far ,, An,iTii"in companies are eonoornM. When tin Aim n an companies ttoro ilrlien out a (ett jeais bl'O. Prussia, wns a flettl of tremen rt , itlw Iti tiiIuq Ih in great to-ilay It TH- ,'Niitt"l yesterday tlmt the chlof object ,-!! miiny In prolillnK for tho sales was t j. 'In in nopoly of this flelil. S tin ... nil 1 InturestlnR point Is tho future '. r ,,., ' Mi-' Vu-inrk Security ami Trust J i i '1 lie Now lurk. .Security ami Trust 4 (.in olio uf the most prosperous of tho I tii- ti.imos "f the country Its ill. ,1 v ,, '.it m it icarnero In the iicluhliorliooil I ' ( i"ut It lias n capital stock of i jl i i imiloil Into 10.0()) hImips, nml of "t tho Sew ork I.ifa Insur.inco jjm t i, v mis .".'tin), oi con9lderabl more 5J- th 1 1 r UiiiK Interest In the market j t, v Mk 1-iiunteJ at OOO.hIx times Its imuif in I it cannot bo bought tit that price diir I tin hllil. former Hecrotary of tho 'lij- -v Ittli" I'n siilnntof tho truHtconipnny. lull- i . iiTiipof tlioeonipauy Mr Fnlrchlld IhIi"'ii.i - 1 1' r from the llrst nml his frlenils d! , ri n ii lilm to i-ontliuie In control of It. Ism" Milium, the 1'renlilt'iit of the Na tion i i '. H.ii . tho hiirceit bank In the 5 rum tr is a trusti-n ( the trust com pan v 9 'IllF si" lein eJ jestenlay that one of the J lalituii-is iiitiitii'olnitli 1'rvnltlviit htlllmau i In th- I ii'lniiMif iIikoIiI Custom llouso alto it hiil 1 1 n ii'Piiii'iiiJ Mltli ii proK)itlon to I: jnmiwili it" t t'Ureha-w the control of tho 5 trut cuiiiiain 1 his (- n llcato, It Is under- i il ik t I In i 'eil In Mr Htlllmau. ami Mr lair hllsfrlenls ar not connei toil with It Mr 1 nr hilit finMuls will. It Is understood, I inn i-unll it" itn! the) will do their utmost to cot tin- n'l Hint: Interest now held by the Vl ik I ( When Mr Htiilman was seen hi 1 1' I iter 'it I ill. his leiterday anil the iiu t i ii iiinicd .it him ho Hiulli'danil ami I hnt Is n in) loading iniestlnn." Mr 1 unli 1 1- i tru.tee of the New iork Life In fiiriii ' ' ml nil li -Met all. the l'resldent iftl'NeO rk 1 1 e, U a diuctur of thoNa tlniii i in Hint, lit i nrf th- ' ek must I sold to the hlch tktlitlh't I i it-I I'-t h'atement tho insurance loiuinv iaui ii the trust "umpntiy stock at jlHsir.i i Hi t iimi'd In-$:i."iti a share Klx hunlrel I" tits i .hare, the present price bid, - lunld brine its inlini up to J'l.'J.I-l.iKK) and If ' tiio-in liciitei tr for It. It Is not iinllkeh that It in I i"t tn" smvvnsfiil I'ompetltor ii meat iIchI m ie thin th if Nil nil j Interested In , either ! tin ir ued n iidlcites wnuhl talk ( 1 e-ter'lm - mid an) body connected with I t tlitMn-.ui.ii it impani. A !l' '" "" eiiu-nt of the action of the m lloiid lii-i.'csnf the Institution company, y ui lihis I riiitcdiii TiiKSfN jestculai tuorii- ' . x Ire wi i -i.rnrli-e in Wall stieit. and It ete- rC ' at. I m "I ni: if i flurry for n little while. K l're de t Mil ill of the Insurahi'o company S w is to" in tliecltj (Ullenls nf the I iiultablo w I'foanl'h Mtitml life tniile hnsto to deny i- that their i ntnpinlns proposed fulloulnc tho jfc lei I t the Neil Virk Life 1 lie 1'iiultnliln . h ln eksi.f inimliicnf nearl) t.'U.OUiMKK) lfFr ami the M Una nf n pir Milun of nearly $.10.- fl ihhi hi nhil" th N"W York'sholdiints ore not I 54 ii cmhiii Wiliam C Van Antwerp of the I tl rm l hcinan A V in ntuerp nuiiln tho fol- I liMiL'-'it in. ntthat s"iied tiiUiut tlilnes fl 1 li in mi In s'is the market short on B this mm mil cet l"Tt I'resl lent MeCnll told in" la-t n unt tint Instead of throwlni; tho coinian s ei tlr" In Mines on the market at r& i nee th" tiut"is li.ni o'pnelnlly Rtlpultited fc; tlutth" nli' shi'lbe sptend mer a period of KB time "t"i .lu u in 1 i Moremor. the eom Im rati) s entire h ildines of stocks do not ex B ci"d 4 ihh i mi her is one of the other laruo Wi HI" c ninnies nuns moio than $ III iiou otio II Iksiles, tie. Sen ork Life's stoi ks are I m. stl) thus.. ,f Sen .irk city banks nnd , a trust c mi mi s iiith ten nr fifteen thou- li Fsiul lnres, i Nnrthnest pteferred. and theso Ifl nlll prnhnblj aM he distoseil of at prhate sale. ft Mr Mci ,,il st.t, i (hit tho company hair tie. fu ci l"'l ti t ilte this step liecnuse nf the ultra- g conseriatiie- t ru t m KOiernlm; tho inveci. RI ment nt l,f. m.i ri i funds, and hee uiso eer- tiln f r itr ii icriiineiitK under w hosn juris- (J illctiiin an I in I is meut the lompuii) mis jt ilolnE I u.ines nhn it had silCKested filch ,i I course sin "Mr Mi ill insum-d the 1'resi- K ill nej i.f the untnii) t h,m not been in tho I, mar.etf r si.iek iiuru.13 It made many loans l on tln'e Hit, rii H It i e ii ni d later ro the tiny that the New p letk I f In .i-anco( ompnny had beon for a fc jnnetinineoiii.iileiinc tho notion It has tnken ? The nutter was llnally referred tot ho Kxecutiio Ccmitiitti o 1 1 the I! nrd of Trustees, and after thii Im I studied the situation the made tho foil 'w-tnp rupnrt to the full board- ih" rxci'iitli.i Committeo beus leave to re tort t th" bnud that the examination of tlm I cotiiiijI i tii" Insurance Department of this Nate an I the representatlies nf the I'russlnn I ''"letnmeut Is tiiocf.'illni; sntlsfaotorily 1'ach ft- tlenrtment h ImestlirntlnB for itsolf, nnd at '1' frjsfnt tunothu jsihey rek'lsters. coierltiu .ii i. M4 1 iine. ,ae I p,n compared with tho yhiini s I, (the Insiuanco Department nnd i correeteil t , the .Into or our Inst report to Mb.i t m lhe i xnmin.itioii of titles to real estate M I tn irtmues ami the nluatlon of the prop- "'!, ," ."tiler wiy and will In enmplotetl stent Im'i I i The lnninrablo reiiresentatiies , or I rn-s i I, ue l.en illllcentli eiiKnireil In the Iiiie-ticiitir.ii d theaitenei department mid Its ccim t. and in tlieevaniinntionof thnsmeral tiireius ml hi Us nf departments ns to our " ts t I ni es i;niernln(r the ceneral irsnsietKn f inr business It Is erv irratl-m- a i",? l'"t th it. otiini! to our reEulntlons Ifi " . ei ii in piiimenis, tno iimcers nine i i! n '','', ' 'comply lery prompt!) ultlieieiy iietniii 1 tlmt his lietti made upon them, and tneextnitnltii; nfllciils liaio expressed sntls fseti ni nith n hit they Ii ne fninid. nml for the t'l" htioiis milun r in which their reiiuests hue l." cmpllcl ulth Tin. Mlmtlon of our s"e lnties i.-eemll iuirlionils.mil stocks ene .Inn, that the total amount inluht nimii., ti I, .tnsed to tho extent of scleral m ps ' 1 1 c taken thei.iljes ns found in tho ret iii,filinst .ek r.ielnnce nt the date ei nn, iu. ir stnt "tnetit n are sure that "i" tseri.itlu iction of tho company's ofll cersm. ,tt with t, appinin! rf the htatonnd I" Y f mot t rtllciilq ,, r irs i mi to th- liws and reo.ulrernents of iri-sii th,. , i ii.ihio representatlies of th it e-iii'iirr hine stiteil to the oftleers tint tho owiii rsh't nf stocks, nhurotheie is.idoublella 'i ut I rth tin, nn not nccot table; that, !n ' ' tin tin Tshlpof stock securities of nil i us i th mi mi ti companies was objeitlom i' ir m rtitme loans on unlnipiovcd or i. i1 r '.' tii'MiropeiM.ni onfainis, cliurehes, , '" " " Mires breweries, fiietorlesni nilnlni: 1 ' ,r i - f am description ulialsoeier, or in ci i t, in the sei urltli sof Indiistilal en-trpr-. s nnd tint In nil likelihood, a con ri m ,iii, , pBsse( for dm fiermnn rem i i (s ns well as lor thuso of other r'iin'ries tr itis.n tint' business In Germany i er in c the j issiu,, of mifi) nn net. nnd pur fumt t., t, seiera! Interilens held with the ni ' r. r the loiuir.n). It is deenioil bust to fpr . . ,,, M.'vrs ru'es nnd icKiilatlons '" ' i ni s position In telitlon tolniest jn" t i n"ns and tn that eml It l reeotn P1 I I tl lit ,i I y 'in be pnssod ilenerlblnc ths f T I ii i ittiiii lenn these points " i !, nn i i iposp,l hj tho L'xocutlvo Com n"'i n i- ns f il r.ns h I " 'nn lsof tli'seiimpiiiyslinllbo liiTested ' ?"'' k it r.iesteil In the folionlnc Interest or j), J"'. " " ' ' irinc seeuntlos nnionit those por- T?K mii, i i , ti,,, pioximons of the Insurance Wrtl .? ,f,"i" s'ate nf New York, vlr In bonds 'M V i ' ''"' h,al( or of the Htate of New iRi ' rk 'i' lids d an) county or Incorporated V , "' S lt,,of N"w rls! I" I'onrts nnd if m ni. ,,. on iniiirmcd, unlneumbereil nnd I v 'V'l'f ''uelnif real proporty In tho Htato of n "n ) ri, wort, rl() IM,r or.iitiim more than II '"' ' iut loaned thereon; In bonds of d ?," - imt Institution Incorporated under fi I,! "'? "' ,hp I'nlted Ktates or any M """ thereof, in bonds Issued bv any ct ,nt) t ,n, illlnto or school district M nl"1. .v" ' w yrk: In bonds of any of m the s,,K , f t0 rltod Rtatc, T,. lnny "" i" liiicsted on the pledore of anyof the B 'v "ei unties 'lhe cotnpiny may further- 0 "j r I; lest the funds rennlied to meet Its t, F1 '"' lu"irred In oth'T Mites of the fj ,, , 'ut " r foreign countries anillueon 'ii 'i iiith ilm ans tliereot. In the sima ; t; ' 4 r hi, unties in such other States or for- t n,J. i"',nf. ' are moildod In the Inns r.t r '""e'ati of Now ork The cotup.inv may also 'ii mi tlm lodge nf Its on n pnllelcsof Insur- ?i ,,'""1l ft to exceed the reserve which It t ii J' '.'.''' " ? "c1' pollcyand the acoumu- 1 v int thereof Hut tins company shall not purchase, hold i kmiii in) mortunKoloanaonunlniproiedor m i ,'.' r'"'l'tlve property or on farms, hotels. m i'n,, churehes, breweries, factories or m me enierprlses of .my description whatso- (1 i ,''"'"' "hall this oompany make any 1 ' , ' '"ytiuentH in what arn conimoiily ! ni a , .1 itrlal enterprises, nor shall this urn iiitiiltlistnnillnir tho permission to sin 'r In.iii on tocks, contained ill the in- Hitiiii i laws i,' the htate of New York. r i''i i iueieae Its holdings in such i' i is, ,ut instead It shall annual- I i I i ii 1.. it ti the nmotint of ttoeks l in I the amount of stocks nM f i' til sei urlti i to bo eildenced by the I ' ij. meiith herejftermiidobvthlseoin- : , , ', ' in the ;cnmpnnv'snnniinl statement i ,', ' f-d in Hue im item of stocks owned ' , held as enll.iteral shall be Incliuleil ,' K . -,'.- '-"'ts rursuant to tho law of tho 1 ,, N "rk tho company shall not no- L i ,u ' y "rchasoorothorwlse.nnyrealestate except for the accommodation of Its business or In satisfaction of dobts duo tliecompany." At tho meeting of the trustoss nt which tin eommltteo roportod the by-lawawns adopted Prnctlcally as presented. The stocks that tho New York I.lfo held at Its last annual statement woro tliofollowlng. Hi ansi IllesnJ Terr Ifsule ItallrotJ ' l.iaiu Ci c.MIl sndHt. Psnl prsfmed . . tiaoij hie Mil snitat l'siilonnmon , ooo Clilrauo unit Nerlhwontern lUllrosd pref 10 000 Atch , Tup, tnilKsnti Fn It'jr Co prof lu 2r,0 tu V) n sn.l Jack , OsJ per cent., guar by Ii H. and M B . j r,on Pennylanla llallnad Co. . . , a 000 Hotithtrn Hallway t'o. preferred. l.Oou allevlt llr. percent., guar L) D I,, and " it it . r, qoo Atnerlcsn Jicli. National Hank, N. Y 'hid Merchant!' Natlnnal Hank New York l H7 National Hank of the Itepublie, N. Y , it Hank nf Aineriia, Nw Yiirk ai Central .National Hank, Nni York , l.ooo New York Hei urlti hnd 1 nut Co., Now Yotk (,, mo Marker nenbltt Coinpaii) 700 It I. hicli. and Aur. ltuoin I.lni , K Y . 10 In nclclltlnn to this tho e6mpany held as col lateral for loans' 1,000 sharps of llroollyn City Itallfoait. HI aharca of People a'lnlstCi, nr Urnoklyn 15 aharen of llauilltnn Trilal Co, of llrooklyn, loo ahtiei of Aine Mean frleirraph and Cable Co. ISO sharta of Moiiaullla National llnnk JM) aharca of Chlcauo nml Alton llallroail 400 aharea of Y Irst National Hank nf Mamn. ria 10 shares of I'liiteilHtsteaMiirtiyure . Tnut Co. 10 uliarciof (tiiatantr Tnut Co of York. ail sliatea of HUte '1 rust Co ef Nos York. 10 1 aharca nf Natloiml Hheo ami Leather Hank, r.,li(si aharea if ttiilun I'aelflpprafcrred. l.r.oo ahares of II, mi eertltlcates preferred. In aharcauf Ni w York and Harlem Ilailrnad. 11 shares ofN , N .n.l Hartford Itallrosd. n aharea of National Pirk Hank 1 1 no shares of Oreat Norlheru Hallroad preferred These holdlncs. It will be seen, nre small conipnioil with the stock holdlnus of tho tuo chief iliulsof tho .now York Life, and being small It I-possible to dlsposu of them to cap ture thu I'nis.inn business. 1.1 1 r. juries ahovt tows. "I am on my way to New Rochelle to gat n look at !the Columbia," said a commer cial traveller, "not became I hold any particu lar Interest In ynchtlne but bcausa It will help me to sell coodslbaek from the coast. My experiencollsada me to bellsie that the further one gets away from salt wntsr In this country tho mors; Interest he finds In the Internn tlonal yacht races. I was In Rt. Louis a wsk ago acd before I could talk business with any of the merchants there I had to talk yachts. They wanted the latest gossip about the Co lumbia and It I could have said that I had seen her I would have told twice ns many Bunds. Now I am going up to look her over and pho tograph her. With my own pictures of the Columbia I will be nble to approach the sour est buyer of them nil and win him. You peo ple In this city underestimate the public. In terest In these races becauteithey are right at your djor." : ' A young man who Is now wall up'the list of high-salaried ofltcois of a big maaufacturlng company said seieraldas ago that he owed his (list opportunity to show his ability to the fact that he was not afraid to null his clothes, lis was one of half n dozen young men just graduated from scientific echoob wlo en tered tho shops of this company as students. They were expected to shoir that they were practical livoikmen, but most of them pre ferred theory to practice,. The manager of the oumpnny was n self-taught man and he didn't take tnuohstockinsclentlflosehoola Theyoung man who ha succeeded took his meusure ac curately and putting on old olothes went tc work In tne shjo. Whether l accident or design he was noticed by the manager one dm. stretched out on his back under a heaiy casting with u liimmtr nnd cold chisel 'n his hand working nwnv ns If he had no higher am bition. A week later the manager summoned him to the office. "Didn't I seo )ou under that easting several davs ngo?" ho asked. ' Yes " "Well, I find that we haie a T.icnncvon our staff now nnd jcu niuy 1111 It ir 1011 choose " The.ioung man did boose, and his progress has been rapid. Ho does not hale to soil his clothes now to proie his ublllty. The expeose'of llilnc In New Y'ork clubs seoms to inry lnierelyas the cost of the Initia tion nnd the cost of the clubhouse The last big "lub to be opened in this elt) Is probably the best appointed building for s,ueh use In the world It h is nil the comfort' nf the most extr.11ng.1nt of tho new hotels with the excbi slieness of a club of cnrefulli solected mem bership Its initiation feo is lirgo ns com pared with most of the other New Sork club 1, and let the expense of llilng there is com paratively small. A man nho is emoiing lis privileges while his wife Is nnni his fouul tlmt he mav hue 11 eomtort iblo bedroom with a'bath and theiserilces of ui inlet or about u bird the amoiiur that similar accommodations wuiild cost him In a cowl hotel, 'lhe restau rint charges nn about '-'.I per cent cheap -and as an eildenoe nt tbo moderate bar charges hosiis that two whiskeis are.sold for J"i cont". "When I broks my log about thras months ago." said a law) a whose ofllea Is on lowor Ilroadway, "I wns taken to this old downtown hotel, and being n bachelor I preferred to re main here rather than bo carried to my rooms uptown. It Is so near my ofllce that when I was able to get on I could hobble down the street without cre.it dlfllculty I lima had a lot of time to kill, however, nnd I hue made some interesting now acquaintances, 'lhe men' who lie nt these old' doTntown hotels seem to be ns old ns the buildings themselies. nnd in the eienlng they sit around and tell stories of the hotel's past night nfter night. The city has pushed ahead nnd left them be hind, but thev nre not discontented You louldn't convince 6no of theso old-timers that his liotsl was not as well equipped ns the up town hotels lhe In) ally of n man to the hotel where he has Hi ed many sears Is strong. I liaveilearned a gienOleil about old New ork history since I liaie been'llvlng hers, and al though I lime spent my whole life in New ork this experience his had nil the noielt) of lli lnc In a foreign city ' The dispute between tho cottagers and the hotel guetts of a stimmsi resort, recorded the other day In Thf Hun, has always proied the preliminary to the ultlmcU triumph of the eottuge element, as many New Y'orkers ha realized In tholr own experience In one eae the power of the cottage snjeurners has entirely cnanged ths character of a nearbv re sort. Ifenioied until this summer the reputa tion nf rather unresttained and constant ga itv. whlcn gaio It gieat demnnd with per sons looking for something besides rest nnd health whsn they set out for n country vacation. Nothing llieller than the summer life of this lllage on the Mound could be found nniwheie near New York, and It was unique for some year In this respect. Pride In it reputation or more exacting ideals of summer pleasure led to an Increaae In the gayoty which reached n climax two venrs ago The reputation of the place spread beiotu! Its coterie of regular visitors Once or twleo tne law stepped In to Interfere with the harmless enjoyment of tho sojourners The town nas nut before ths world In a light extremslr distasteful to the owners of cottages thoro whosiw the possi bility of lery material loss frcm the reputn tlon the!placo ns a whole wns acquiring, al though onl) the hotel element was ruaponsl ble for the disturbing stories that gut abroad. The cottagers met. decided that stringent measures ware necesanrv and mndo It known to the offending hotels that they would have to put an end to tho vagaries of the guests In search of pleasure or meet nu opposition they could neier hone to conquer. The cottagers Intlmnted that they would become the allies of th law In bringing about the changes :hey demanded unless the hotsl proprietors changed their methods. Hut it was neierneceseari to carry that threat Into effect. The proprietors succumbed, nnd the good name of the town Is no more endangered by Its hotel visitors. The change proied .1 shock to thoso who had not been prepared for It, and they promptly re treated to New Y'nrk. There were no signs that the good old days were ever coming back. The cottagers are delighted that the) hse connuered so decisively, and free from th chances of diminished ialue of their property nnd tho loss of the town's good name they nre wondering why thydlln't stop In before and show thslr power. home social doings In New York have had their amusing foaturee, but tho story of n large ball given recent.y In London has had no parallel here The host was one of tbo new South African millionaires, and was anxious to 1111 his new l'nrk Lane residence with the nrls tocrao of Lnglnud mid nus willing to pay for the plenauie He was foitunnt enough to re celietbe assistance of a tltisd woman of fash ion, who Introduced, as they arrived, the many arlatocratlo people to whom she had tent Invi tations and to whom the facta of the host and hostess were entirely unfamiliar. It had been adroitly ramored that the most magnificent favors would be given nwnr In tho cotillon, l'relimlnary gossip plased the value at very guest's posslbl acquisitions during the even ing at (W Ho the (loner of London society felt that It should turn out to'honor a host who showed saeh a disposition to do the right thing Alter an entertainment as liviih as it could bo man by the expenditure of mouey. the favors proied to b less valuable thnn they wero expected to be. although far more mag nlfhent than ueh trifles are customarily It Is said that the shock of this discovery soup set the guests that they made no effort to con ceal their vexation at not getting what they expected V.ioi I,ondon entertainers of great wealth must have to struggle under dlfllcul tles that are unknown herelf this nnd the ex perience of anctlisr host are t pical He gave a large ball and refused to ask anybody with whom he was not personally acquainted. The result Is said to haie bees an absence of young men which was enough fH to wsko the fuuu tlon a failure). SOL BKRL1NER A DIPLOMAT. AOA1X APrOIXTED cossvr. TO t:.v VHIFFE, CASAlir IST.AX1IS. Ills First Appointment Itrvoked Itceniite of the AVer with Hpnlu, nnd Ills ltenp polnttnant Dolnyed liecnuse of n Itepnrt Thntlle Had Ilecn Killed on nHtennnhlp. Wabhinotow, July l.'l. An order wns Issued bythoStato Department to-day reappointing Solomon Uerllner of Now Y'ork city Consul to Tenorlfte. Canary Islands, nnd thereby hangs u tale. "Sol." It Is superfluous to any. Is 011a of the most widely known cltlyftns of Grontor New York, n man of parts nndallepubllcati politi cian of ability and Influence. Ills fame, more over, ns a m Isoobserverand commentator upon political oients lone slnco passed local bounds, and lias mndo him a national character of prominence and standing, Ills practical ser vices to the Kepubllcan party In tho cnuso of sound money during tho campaign of lHOtl brought "Sol" to tho attention of l'resldent McKlnley, who, on Mnich It. 181W. Issued to him 11 commission sotting forth that, Imposing trust nud conlldenco lu his Integrity, wisdom and pntiiotlsm. hohad appointed him Consul of lhe United States to tho Canary Islands. In tho kingdom of his Majesty Alfonso of Spain. Armed with this open sesimo to ofllclal life, with all Its mysterious possibilities. In that far off laud, whoro the Inadequacy of tho consular fees Is compensated for by tho tlellghtsof tho climate, which tliero is as nonr to perfection as anywhere on earth, " Sol" purchased hla steam boat ticket. That's as far as ho wont toward the poetlo Isles of tho Canniios, for tho cruel wnr between the I'nlted Stake nnd Spain came aloug, and, while President McKlntey's trust and conlldenco in "Sol" and nil the other patriotic Americans who had received llko appointments to Spanish possessions remained unshnkcii, the commissions wero of necessity revoked. Time passed and the glad day came when, poace hiving been restored, except n tho Philippines, It became the pleasant duty of 1'rosldent McKlnle) to rennnounco his appn clatlo.i of thoso whom ho had taken to his ofllclal bosom In tho happy di)s before the vi ar. Hut when the lists wero made pub'lo tho nemo of Solomon Uerllner was missing. It did not appear, howovor, that any aspiring patriot had been namod to set sail to tho blue ( unary laics with the proud purpose nf so con ducting the diplomatic business of the I'nlted States ns to mnko him worthy of tho SUM) per o.it which n grateful and appreciative Goi em inent provides for Its trusted leprescntntlve there, and so "Sol" took hope nnd his friends set about learning vi by ho. one of tho bulwarks of tho Party, had been chosen for ofllclal aacrl llce Tho mystery was revealed by the confi dential Hies of the Mate Department, which told to tho President and Secretary Hay the follow Lug romantic stor , The (Tepartment mall brought to tho Secre tary one bright morning In October Inst a let tei. dated on the (Ith of that month, from Solo mon Herlinor's son. asking for Information as to tho fato of bis father, who, the writer said, had been seiloiisly Injured by a fellow ussen gor during the previous month on the steamer Columbia en routo from San Francisco to Hon olulu Tho department had no knowledge of Solomon. Sr .or Jr .or of tho fact that the for mer had been Injured on a steamer or else where, nnd so the letter of inquiry was for warded to tho Consul-tieneral at Honolulu for investlgat'on and roport Sovernl weeks elnpsed, and then on nnother bright morning, this time In December an ofllclal document came to tho department from tho Consul llonornl containing the Information sought for b) Solomon llerliner's son The report set forth that Mr Herlinor's ivlfo ami daughter accom panied hlmonhlsvornge across the broad Pacl tlc and that there woro on board two other pas sengers who wero destined to be directly In volved In the life of the Uerllner fnmlty and ospe clallvin" SulVdlpIoniaticcnreer. Oneof thuso passengers was Itussell Cnlgrove. tho other Ills brother Will Ml became well and pleasantly acquainted too well nnd too pleasantly. 1 cr imps fnt on Sunda). hept 4. lHlo, a dreadful thing happened Mr. Will Colgrove emphat ically and losttbly Impertinently demanded that Solomon Uerllner return to his brother Itussell a 111m of money which ho hid lor rowed i It Is only fair tost atel it this j unit lira that the testimony tnken on board ths ship at the r rdor of tho Consul-tieneral Is not entirely clear ns to whether the climax of tho quarrol was caused by a demand for tho return of money or by uugnllant nlluslon to tlio all-too-deioted attentions which, according to the tes timony, was paid by the Mcssis. Colgrovoto tjie ladles Uerllner I Solomon told Mr Will Colgrovo to go to the devil or elsoivbeio Mr Colgrovo rostonded b) selling a belaiiug pin. the nenpon olwais ued In lights, rea' or Imaginary, nboinl ship, and smashing Mr Ilerlinnr over tlm head. Hero the l nnsul-Oeneral's story abruptly ends, except tint he udds n postscript In the form of Solomon liorliner's ante-mortem state ment, duly sworn nnd subscribed to by the ship's notarv Iloginnlng nltli thocustomaiy words, "llolleiing 1 am about to die." Ac . Sol omon relates the facts substantially ns above sot forth, but. leaving existent the doubt ns to vvliethei line or cash caused the trouble, tells of an amount of money deposited In a San I'rani'lsco bank that he desires t go to his d mghter Hose nnd calmly resigns himself tu oblivion Whether Solomon did nctunllydle, and If so, whether Ills daughter came Into her Inherlt nnoc, tho (ieinrtmetit ivas not Informed nnd does not jet know With the practical ofllelnls RtifhVlont unto the diy Is tho evil thereof, and so when tho names of those who bad been up polntod Consuls to Spanish torntor) 111 tbo blissful days of peace, and who had not real i7cd on their good fortune, woro laid before tho President to haie diplomat!1 honors for a second tlmo thrust upon them. Solomon Her Unci's ri'iiue una missing With n promptmss possible only when tbo truth had been ma ligned, Solomon llorllnor of Now iork city, business man, politician, statesman nnd dlpln mat, made known to tho President of the I'nlted States and his rieerotnry of State, through his Inlliicntlal liepubllcnn frli lids, that bo never had n wlfo nor, consequently, a duiiBhter: that ho never irossod tho l'aeiflo Ocean In the steamer Columhlnor by any other means of eonvoance.and tint Intact he has never launched his frail bodv upon any ooom sinte the day. more or less roinoto, wlicn as 1 boy of thirteen ho landed on tho shores of free America, vv here, under the boon of demoeratlo Institutions, ho has risen from the humble sta tion of a friendless emigrant to that of tho diplomatic 1 eprosentat'.vo of tho I'nlted States nt the Canary Isle" Bolt has nil ended happily Truth hns been vindicated once more. ' Snl " will recelvo his renewed commission to-morrow, and all that remains Is to discover the Identity of Solomon Uerllner No 2. Dldhedlo of his wounds and W116 ln hit with a belaying Pin because ho de clined to icpay borrowed money, or because ho resented tho pirtiallty shown to his wife nnd daughter bv a follow pissengor on the steamer Columbia on routo to Honolulu In September. ISiiH' Miy nno jiossesslng Information on these points will don patrlotlo act by forward ing the sainn to the Department of btate. Washington, D U. .vjrir pai.31 aAJinisy o.v niKHinrAr. To He Constructed by the Aator Katntn for the Bhanley Ilrothera. Tho William Astor estato Hied plans with the Building Department yesterday for nxten slvo alterations to the property at 1470 nnd 1478 Ilroadway. on Long Acre square, and leased It to Shanloy Ilrothera, restaurant keep era. Tho alterations, which will cost SUO.Otx.), will bo largely intorior The top. or third, lloor will be mndo twenty-eight feet high and will be converted into n palm garden. In the centre of which will bealtoman fountain A balcony suppot tod by marble columns aroiiuq throe sides of the room will bo divided into prliate dining rooms, and a stalnod glass dome Illuminated by electric, llghte win bo built in the centro of the telling. The decora tions will bo in Iloinan red, Ynlo blue and cream. Hammcrsteln and Donlvelle are the architects and designers. JT031 AN ltKFKATS COMMISHIOHER. Dnlton Must Ilelnatnte n Stenographer with Vncntlon rj. Graoe Brlckwedcl has obtained a peremp tory writ of mandamus from Justloo lllschofJf of tho Supreme Court compelling William Pul ton, Commissioner of Water Supply, to to Instate her In tho post of stenographer and typewriter in his office at $20 a week. She was nppolntod after passing a civil service exam ination In lKHfi and was removed by Commis sioner Daltnu, without charges, on Oct VI, IWiH Tho vv rlt roqulros that nil her salary lu the Interim be paid and that alio have tho costs of the proceedings. McKlnley nnd Cleveland Kxpeotd. Winona Lie. Ind , July 1!). President Mc Klnley is exacted to attend the PI bio Confer ence to be held at the Assembly grounds Aug, 'JO, and ex-Prosldent Cleveland Is expected hero tho samo day. New lllllmp of Holae. Nohfiilk, Va, July i;i The Rev James Bowen Funsteu was consecrated Bishop of Bolsii, Idaho, to-day. Theceremony took place nt Trinity Church. Portsmouth, of which Mr. 1'uDBteu was fornitrly rector. I MHHLIiBLIBMMIIMHH XEfT JUSTICE'S TIIOUJILES J1K0I.V. II Is Asked to Decide Whether or Not nn, Actress's New (lawn l'lts. Justice Herman Joseph, who was recently appointed to the bench, had to decide a dress making case In the i'orkilllo Court yesterday, and moro than once ha looked us though he wished It were any other kind of a pioblsm, The action was brought: by Margaret Dillon, a drsssmnker, of ".West. Porty-flfth street, against Miss Ilelcno Moore, an actress, of 17fi Wost l'orty-seventh street, to recover $10."i for a gray cloth gown made for the defendant, which th latter would not accent. The plaintiff testified that Inst November Miss Mooro ordered a gray cloth gown to cost fl'2.- and left f 20 on deposit. She tried on th dress threo times whllo It was being mnd. and the last time said that she was satisfied with it. Afterward eh rofussd to take the dress and would not pay for It. "What tho trouble with It?" aekod th Jus tice "Thore's no trouble with It." said the dress maker. "It's just a whim of hers." Mary I'. Smith snld she had fitted the gar ment on'the defendant and It suited her per fectly. "It fitted first rate, except that It wanted to be let out Just n trill In the bust." "What do jou call a trifle-so much" asked tho Magistrate, ns he held his hands a foot apart, "No, so much," responded the witness, as she held her thumb nnd foieflnger half an Inch apart. The Justice remarked that If It fitted so well then. It should fit now '.Not nocesinrlly." said tho witness, "Seven months make n difference. ' "What difference?" naked the purzled Mag istrate. "Women chnngo ciery year," she answered. "You ee, the st)le chances eierr season." Miss Moore took the witness chair, said she was In the theatrical business, told her stago nam and said alio had ordorea a gray cloth gown with a deep ioko of lace with steel trim mings When It was mad tharo were no steel trimmings in sight on th dress, the yoke was shallow nnd tho lace was skimpy. "I noiersild I was satisfied with the gown," she continued "On thetcontrary. I said I would not accept it. though 1 wanted It to wear at my home at Asbury Park on Christ mas." She was qulto willing to put It on 60 that Jus tlce Joseph could see for himself whethoror not It fitted, so she was sent to nn anteroom. The dressmaker snd:two of her assistants itnrted with her. The .lustheoidered a court attendant to se that tho women were not dis turbed, and the man went on guntd. In a few minutes he was called nwnr nnd just then the door of tho anteroom opened nnd n woman partly disrobed poked her head out and looked up and down tho deserted corildor. It ap peared that the actress wouldn't change gowns without a mirror large enough to see her whole form In and the only mirror In the anteroom was on ubout fhrev Inches square. On of the women said she had seen n large mirror in a room near by which appeared to be meant, o It was suggested that they go to that room Tho actress headed the procet sloo, holding her waist In her hand, and with a run and a fklp entered tho room. She creamed us eh got Talrlv Inside, for there David Crocheron nnd Bernard Horc, two po lice court clerks, were drawing up some papers. The clerkb wero probably more atartled thnn tho actress was. All of the wo men went back to tho anUroom and when th situation was explained to tho clerks one of them shouted through the kohole that the other room ImJ ben vacated nnd was nt their disposal The woman took possession nnd nfter a time Miss Moor returned to court with the new gown on. "It was too tight beforo, now It Is too loose," she said "The waist is short and eloppy I would not wear such a gown ' "Win. It's a model." Interrupted the dress maker Tho Justice viewed the dress from all points of the compass and th women talked gown for fifteen minutes. "This gown docs not fit nnd I am so confi dent of It that I will abide by th fudge's de cision." th defendant declared tit last. "I am not going to dncldo that," responded Justice Joseph "I am not an expert In fe male apparel. It appears to me that thero is tx much fulness in tho waist, but that ma) be the style for all I know. I will end for nil ex pert and accent hr opinion In the matter " Miss Kate Lilies, a dressmaker, was called In. She xamined.the gown nnd gave It as her opinion thnt It wiA well made, it was a little too full In the waist, she said, but that could be aslly oltered 1 ho Justice sighed a sigh of relief as he gave judgment for the plaintiff with I'M additional costs. COPPEnUEAD lllTE ItARKFOOT HOT. Prompt Treatment by a Neighbor liny Save the Child's Life. 8nAM0KiN. Ta , July l.'l Oeorgo Korn.i, 4 )earsold, living at Continental, whllo In tho woods near his homo gathering huckleberries last evening, trod 011 a copperhead snake. Ho was In his baro feet, and the leptile sank its fangs Into his left Instep He ran lioni" im fast as lie could, and his mother sent for i doctor. Before tho iih)lclan arrived soverol neigh bors ran to the house, and ono of them sucked the wound, nfter which strong poultices were applied Although tho child is in a dangeious condition It Is thought ho will recover. 1IAIUSR lSTELlAOEXCE. wnruTTRE ALiiAwao rata nr Banrltei . . 440 Snnaeta.. 7 30 I Mooneeta 10.13 hioh WATrn Tnta iut. Sandy Hook 11 OS I Qov Ial'd.ll 40 I Hell data 1 83 Arrived Tni'iianAT. July IS. St Germanic, Haddock, Liverpool July r, and Queen-town 1 ta m t'enntylianla, "plledt, Hamburg Jul7 'J and Boulogne n 81 Furope, Tubb, I ondon. H- Hnhtu-i Liiah, Palermo 1-nSiMa, ( lnrk, Hullfii. he Kiclvu I'arae, Hall luin, sa I lotiio MUen, Hirtiaao-, Sa Ague- Alvor-en, San Dmilngo. h Jomreot!. llulphfrJ, Norfolk. t-H Tallabapaee Aekln' snannah. Ssllali Cltv, Ooiiglnt Himtoll Hall M. Mhltnuj iiallett Iloston. , SaAlleli In), Smith, lloalnn Khlti Vbner t'oburn, Hutniau Manila HaikChm. F Hard Conmba, Trln dad. Hark Alert, Itlce, Hnonoj lyre. t ui later arrival! aeo Flrit Pa(a Assivrn orx Aiirvnla. from Now York, at Liverpool, fi Patrla, finm Now York, at Hamburg, ba HrlUiinlc, from N'en .ork, at Queenatown. SAttrn rsoM rrtnrtoM nRra Ba Maje-tlc, from Qiteen-tnwn for New York. Bi Trave, finm rtonthaniiitoti for New York. f-i statendatn, from Kntterrtim for New York. s lladlana, iroin Ht Ihninaa for New York. avttrn rnoM iiiiiraTto pout. 8 Mgnnqntn, from .Tvrkaonvllle for New York. Sa Nneci ii, from Oulveatnti for New York, OlTaiUKQ BTKlWialFS. qi, Jo Uatf, jaifj rJmi. ru w. flrerlnn Prince I a Tlata 00 P M (inoPM Tin ml". Jatnsli a . 1 mi P M 8 00 P St Bemlilnte, r harleatnn . .... 8 01)1' If Colorado, Hrutiiwii k iourll .Vail r.i Storra a Cinipanla, Liverpool it 1 1 V If lonoAM Iji Normanilli. Havre 11 10 V vt 1000 v 1! Ilottir.bnn Hotterdam son v M 10 00 A M Hn, Niplia 1100 Vt ijoii a M Furnemla.dla-irow 1000 V.M IB 00 M OrnfWal leraie, Hamburg n no A If Fram lam, Hull Hritlah CJiuen Antwerp Onrltifoa, Matanfm Carllibce llarhsdoa 10 1 0 A M 12 00 Ii Mexlin. Havana .. .It 00 a 1 oo P M Hubert Para , 1200 M 2 00PM Adirondack KlniHtnn lOOi) A II isnov Andea, Haytl loon A If 1200)0 Hllila Newfoundland looflVM UfHiM Now Orlean", New Orleans n oo P M Cherokee. I'harleitou 8 00 P M Leona, tlalveaton 8 00 P M Knickerbocker, N Orleana .... 8 00 P M 5ml Turldav, Julv ft. Prlnrlt I.nltpold.Dremen. 7 00 A M 10 00 A M Algonquin, Charkaton . . ... HOO V M ntcouixo BTtAuaaira. Dut To-Dan. Pollux Tiamburg June 18 Mertla Ht I.nrla ... July tl El Mnnts NrwUrleana July ti Bt.t'aul Smithainutnn July 8 (Nine Ilicrpnnl July Njiiinhae inhriltar Junn 80 Bt Andrew .Antwaro July 1 Alglera , New Orleana ... July H city of Maeon . .. Havannah Jul) 11 Beguranra Havana July 10 Dut Saturday, July f J. Umbrla Itverpool July A Prim ItegantLultpold Bremen July 4 Clematla . .. illbraltar July 1 Han uguatln .... Havana July 10 Tnija llaiaua , ,, July In Thltisrvalla ,, Copenhagen ,. June 28 Put Sunday, July 19. La Dretagne .. Hairc. July R Crorus Dundee ... . July 2 Algonquin jackaoiivllle July la ZJuf Monday, July if, Amatcrdara Hotterdam ., July n Hovic Liverpool July 7 Domtnlc para July 6 KIMar .. . .NewOrleana July 12 Dut Tutiday, July IS. Bulgaria . ., Hamburg July A Aalrakhan BIlliM" Jllljr 4 Kiel rClty ,,,, Hwaaiea July 4 Uudaon .New Orleans .... July 12 Alene , PortLiuiou . . July It IMadlana Ht Thomaa . .July 12 put tVedntiday July 19, MrjeaUc ... i Liverpool Jul) 12 Nut eel UalTciton Jul) 14 HALL OF RECORDS TOO FINE. tiivrr.a tike nn: statves, sats llOlUlAX, SAT.1 Hl.ATIElir. Amen, Says Ann Yl'yek, Snva ritiggenhelmcr -"Cut n Million Oft the Decoration"," They Sny to Architect Thoiuna-Tivo Arurs Spent on IMnna Tlmt nny llnrn lluilder Could l'lnlah In Two Weeks. Architect John IL Thomas's plans for tho Intorior of tho now Hall of Ilecords were to turned to him yesUrday by tho Hoard of Inti mate. In st'lto of his pica that the Interior coutd not be built nnd decorated In a manner credltnblo to the city for less than $2,500,0X. the board ordored him to revise them so that the cost would not bo more than Sl.ToO.OOO Mr, Thomas's plans for the whole building wer adopted by the Hoard of Kstlmnte in Mayor Strong' administration, and the board In December, 18H7, acctn ed tho bid of John I'lerce to put up the building and authorized the Issue of $'2,100,000 of bonds to pay 1'lerco. Mr. 'Ihomas's plans called for n bulldlnu mag nificently constructed 1b eiery detail. Its main Interior features Nero to be a grand staircase and corridors of rnr marbles, There were to bo groups of statuary, artistic mantels and graceful metal work throughout tho en tire building. .Tammany Hall, when Van Wick oauie in, wonted to get the contract lor tho building away from Tierce After tr)lag to do so for some time tho :lty officials, from the Minor dorn, were obligsd to admit that 1'lerco's con tract was perfectly legal. Then the Major and the other mtmbers of the Hoard of Ketlmnto decided to see w hut could bo donn with Mr. Thomns's plans. The plans wer submitted two weeks ago when Mr. Thomas asked the Hoar J of Kstimate for some money with which to constiuct working models. President Clug genholmor of tho Council moved that the mat ter be laid over for examination. Ills motion nns adopted. Mr. Thomas's plans wero submitted to the eminent Messrs. Morgan .V Slnttery of 1 Madi son avenue, the Tammany Hull architects. Hcrgan A Slattery get nil the good things that the city administration nud the Democrutio Club liavo to glvo out. They remodelled tho Democratic Club for Mr Croker. Whon Com missioner Lnntry of the Department of Cor rection wants to make changes In any of tho aulldings in Ills department he calls In Horgan i Mattery. Horgan A, Slattery took Mr Thomis's plans and wont over them, and nt )estcnlav's meet Ing of the Hoard of Kstimate they reported that tho mirble decorations wero too elabo rate, and, while suitable, nerhups. for an opera house, would be out of Place in a municipal building. Most of the itatuar). they thought, could be omitted as superfluous 'lhe hand. carved woodwoik vvaB not essential on ull the Moors, and tho mosaic flooring thov con demned as uselessly extravagant In nn office building The Tnmmnny architects also de cided that marble stairways wens not neces sary In the upper parts of the building, and that their place could b taken by Iron etilr vvajs with raarblo facing. '1 hey thought that the Interior work on the building could bo done for SI. 475.OO0 It their suggestions wore adopted Mr. 'I homas slid that he hnd spent two yenrs In designing tho Interior of'tho building, nud that lie had hud constant!) In mind the erec tion of n harmonious and dlgnltled muulcltal structure Ho said that it the nlms of Horgan A Slnttery for chmges worn adopted th in terior or the building would be ruined "Kit took two )ears for vou todealun the interior of tnat building," said the Mn)or, "we can get atuther. architect who won't takcso long " l'resldent Citiggenhelmersald that he thought the $l,ii(HMH)( ought tobos.ned ( omptroller Coler said that unless the line was drawn some where the ultimate cost of tho building would bet$loiMKM) i. and ho believed that for an otllce building the Plans wero too elaborate. Corporation Counsel Wlialen "va the only member of the bonul who opposed cheapening the structure He said that ho thought the building should be one that would reflect credit on the municlpalit) "1 hoae who bine seen the public I ulldlngs In I utopc nnd some of th so lu other cltitn of this countri. said Mi Whalen, 'know tint New York N far behind the times When I saw the plans forthls Hall of Ilecoids I thought that we hid come to a new ein In municipal building. I do not believe that ue should stop nt n matter of a few dollars, when by tho ex penditure of a llbsul appropriation we will got n building of which nil tho people can bo proud " Minor nn Wick vild thnt he wanted to see nil the cltv op es tinder ono loot, nnd th it n inuuli'pit roof, before he went out of olllcc. but be dldn t mnto-a It was possible Ho Imped, however tint beforo his administra tion ended work vould be begun on a building in which nil olt) ih I artmeuts 'mild bo housed The scheme of a muni ipal buildln.' for all departments was an old one and was recently reiiied in the Hoard of Alderman whim Alder man (loodman illep I introduced a resolution calling for an Investigation of the subject by an Aldcrnnnh) committee, J4 0HO.O0II mit new kvst mx Fit ni.IPRF l'r-sldent Nixon of the new I'ns- Uiver Ilrldge Commifslon usked for ? I Out) 000 to tun apnr mi In s nnd m itertal. '1 ho board loteu without discussion to issue bonds for tint aniount. Mr Nixon said th it the bridgo would be comulsted iu two and a half jenrs. A1.ITIIMITH.AI I.IMAINDFR SNOW IONTIUCTS Acting Commissioner dibson of tho Depart-' meat of Street. C leaning nsut to tho board a draft of the proposed snow removal conttnet for next winter It contains a provision that tho dennrtnioiit may p.d the contractor by th load, as heretofore, or else on tho basis of Mi"ii fnl'en, as computed bv the olllelal wea ther ob-eiver. Capr (tibion m plr.n In to find out how much snow h is fallen In the streets to be slc.med. deduct (torn It the shrinkage due tn svaporation and meltlrg and pay the oontructor for retnoi Ing the rcmnlndcr Cnpt. (llbson save that it is an experiment, and he does not know how it will work, but h thinks It fill prevent frau 1 Die draft of the con tract'contnlnod nolspecillcatlon that laborers should be pitd $- a da), and it was sent back for correction. The hoard honored n number of requisitions from th lloiid of Kdueation, and voted nn ex tra appropriation of J'r(l() for tho Hulldlng Depnrtmont In the borough of Ilrooklvn, The llrooklm department Is overwhelmed with business nnd the force Is Insufficient to attend to it. usiitcsc 31otifcs. lira, xxinalovv's bonthtmr Sjrup for Children teething, a&fteua the kuiu", retime Intlatnmatlon, alia) a patn, curcaniud tnlte, diarrUira. 2.1c. shuttle. niniTi, IIATIX. In nrookljn, on VVedneaday, July 12.pt colieuuiptlon, John V). Hate a. Helatlvea and frlrnda are invite I to attend the funeral aervtua at hla lata residence, M New inik ai , on Friday, July 14, at 3 P.M. Inter ment i rlvate. Cll VTl'IKI.Il. -U her snmme home, Iiroola Vale Oinn . Yludnnisy, July 12 toi. of heart fallnie riinltth Hrookil hattuld, wife of Hen r; U I Imtflol 1 u 4'i nuth Oxford at., Brooklyn. Fuucral acriioca at Hrooka Val Friday afternoon at 4 o clock Interment at Hridgepoit, Conn, MOIU.i:) .-OuThuraday. July 1.1, lHim, Charles H Moilej In the r.Kth j ear of Ida age Fumril aenireaat hN late realdenra, an Ualatesd t , Kant Orange, N' 1 Saturday, July IB, at 10 A, M luttrmi nt pmate NASH.-On Jul) n, Isnny L. Ooabel, wlf of Olln Naah of Lee, Ma-. Funeral from realdenra of her alster, Mrs Nlch olion, 661 East lU'.M t , Saturday evening, July It), at 8 oMock Hridireport papera pleaae, copy, rUTl'.KR. - On Ihuralay, July 11, 1M0P. at Marbledale, Litchfield county, Coun., Uernard l'etera of Hrooklin, N Y, Funeral acrilcea at All houla' Church, South Pth at , on Saturday, July IS, at B 1', M, Interment at convenience of family l'leaae omit flowers SMITH, -On Wednesday, July u, at the realdenre of hla alater, Mra, J M lamder 223 Halt 17th at, I rank II Hiullli Bervlcea Friday veiling, H o'clock Interment pri vate, Saturday A M , at lu J, Woodlawn, rVPllKsS IIII.Lt C'KMKTRRY. Office, 1 MndUon av., orucr 23d at.. N". Y. Special loticfjt.. A.-DHKASFJHJTwOMEN'-Dr. IILlSlT17Tyral 47th at icearllroadwa)!. Kjit'Li'd lsso, lloura, lo-u. Court Calemlnrs This liny, Ariallate Dlviaion Hupreme Court Iteceas Supreme tourt-SpCLtal term -Part 1 Motion raleudar railed at lo JO A. M Part IL Fi parte matters hiirroitatt'Bi ouit Chamber! Cats on Nn mho Wlllor Umbel L Kenuidy. lor l lohate llilla of Katharine, circa JJuuiul Havanny, Johu I Hranner. Moaea Herger. George W 11) de, Jaliua V. Hatla, alary Kediau, VVildaiii Niisent, Luul-a lb nl, at 10 soA 11. ( Ity court-Hpiclal Term -Court openiat IOA Sf Motion. More I'rople nnd lleltrr I'eoplr Head Tut H(,x than anj other pipertnibliihed For Itiia reaaon you will rcaue a quicker reipnnae tbroiigh adisrtlaina la its columue than tliromtn any other medium If ) ni i (induct a dualrabla suuimir talurt rcuisnibir tula, -A Ji, Jicycle-golf breeclies -l.fiO. Tho patterns aro n3 uunsamn ing us the price. All three stores. Ko(u:k, Pj:kt ifc Co. .ir,0 Hroadway, cor Leonard, r.iui Hroudsnv cor Prlnco Thirl) mi'onil mid Ilroadway CARELESS IIOOIIMAX TO BE TllIElt. Some One Higher t'p lo He Punished for Shnrpu's egllcence? Tho Committee on ltules and Discipline of tho l'ollco Hoard concluded jestcrda) Its henr ing in tho cases of Dooimcn shnrpo nml Car roll, respoctivcly of tho West 1'ort) -sovonth street and tho I'ist lk'tlth street stations, whoso prisoners walked away Inuii them without mentioning tlio fact nt tho desk Charges will beproforied against tho two doormen w lion tho committeo hns hnd time to roKirt to tho board, and they will be put on trl il on Monday Thero wns a persistent rumor at llcubiuar ters )osterdav that soino one higher In au thority thnn Poonnun Shnrpn would be made to htiffcr for tho ludicrous exhibit of Incapacity In Vest Forty-seventh street, but who It was no one know Tho Commissioners would eay nothing SUii- ihtblirnf.ms. Ex-Senator John J. Ingalls Is writing an in teresting series of papers on Famous Feuds tor T?? Saturday Evening Post (OF PHILADELPHIA) In this week's issue he describes the Lamar and Hoar Controversy in 79. 5 Cents th" Copy. On All Xeu -Stands The Curtis Publishing Company PHILADELPHIA RIHF.- Vo'tiin Philosophical IM tionirT?7 Mtidnw 'Physical Iraiiilmt, ' Snltt'a ' Jour nal to stella " PIlAll, 101 nth av. U'oUffjra nml Schools. l"or Voting Hen A. A oiiiuii City .V. I'oiintiy. 1 REGENTS' EXAMINATIONS OM-t, UrkT,,t. lift pqulin '.I m hnnl iiroi'ttiiiiaj tu lent fur lit jpntt esiuliittt)oij lur pstr ONF htiiflrut reir(l eUrwhtia tliis fclmnl 1 1 u i mciptifully prepirfil Fl I!. Minimi r term u I Siftu ()UK I'nEPVHVTOKV SCHOOL, r, 4.I1I At. lur Uojft A. ViMinc lru 'ltj uuntrj. SACRED HEART ACADEMY. SKf.FCT CATIIOI If Il()ltlllvt) SCIIODI.. Hilucatiiiiial fHitlltu hi ompli te 1 horonghacailrin ! Ic, comtiti n tal ami Minimi r coumi" in w utuhUni;., 1 athletic track mllilar) ,lnll coIIcuh lamp lor i hi r atuip'tita at MontiHKh i 1 nke near M nroi , lira c-i 00 X, Ti rma mi ilerati lall term 1 ccltn Hfc.Pl 7 Aiblrcaa Uruihi r VKIl'hl. Meat cln-tfr. N Y I OI ASIliK III SOlir for Im) a ami ) 1.11111:111011 tuTilir I I'thecaruor the ltantlaian llrothtra. at I cutro s port, I. I., on th t-onnj m roiiiiKtloii with Ht I 1-raucla a rolhKO, Uroi klMi tirtna r,'aonatile. Sirid lurcstalOKUe llUOIlll.lt JFHOMt, O. b. F, It'antctl .fcm.tlcs. V SUN Newark, N. J., Branch. IlVIItrlSKltS MAY I.KAVH ORDFIHAT 11.4 Hlt()IIST , WIIHIF. llti: SAME I'AItK AN II Al II MION IV 1 1 I, m. SHOWS AS XV MAINoyilOh NO EXlKAClUllOEi. "IJOUMOLDHH Fspcrlcnisl ulrlnviantol l ti:u, MihlllUlN, 241 Canal at , oor rcntrsjL I)LANK DOOK srvvnis nantcil J davis nrtiritvi.n, 7 natch at iANUYFEVIIII-.K maida nantjil aoo 1 orl H M'bllAlM, Mil Uroailway. OSlItli II n-AIIU'.lts.-VVaiitol. hc,r and curb tr. ClIA-i It 1HII ON, IMS Metier at. U'MllltM.I.AS Tippii wanted. llUilllhl.L A. Comt. .', ami ! Liapenanl at W'AMKI) l'vperifnccd liamla on fane) frathcrn, i alao Iiarnrl, hteadv i uiplo tiitMit cood wuta. I Chl.HA JUSKPin, 71S 717Ilroadwjy "W'AM I'D Kxpcni need fancv fctther pvrVer ' A IIFII.1I1I1..S .1(11, C.W lltoiilwny. lomrstic jJcu'iuits Vantnl. 1 i()OKS, (40 to Ji 0. waitri'K-i, lo laun Inmc, -, kiti heutiiiililH, honacworkora I'miii) l.i Ii a maida nurm a. .10 rooVa who wnah and iiin, laundreHtaa who da rhamliprwork Lmilfra, pneomi and third men. Mra. I. hKKLV, is licit JJd at. hrrv ants' eutianci.U.,: tlth ar., telephone call, isn lHlh at. C051PF.TF.S r rlumtitrmald and acvmatrtBd, tn co ono hour from New York uaitei sih rifereucca retuired Mrs L. Sh tl i, il) llet 23 A nt. C'CMIK and laundrcaa. to s to Oiam;f tMoinfam- II) p. ruiamut ilice, wa;pn t JO, relorencpa ro unded Mra. 1. SFI.I.Y aijilthai C'OMPKII.M" norklni:hoiiatkii'ier to ito to Ni'w ' port muat havenrat i laaa refi rnuia Ml I hM'I.Y I .'Mhav 'OOKtncoti I akcvlllc Conn wii.e . mint vbaiogooil nfereuria. Mr I, MH.l, I',.' nth si 1'IIIST-l lAHSSwedlah rooki", fid to filornreC claaa riferctic4a required Mra I . SFF1.Y T.J nth ar. L'lltsr CLASS laundrua t "i:i"to the Adirondacka, L waicea t.'O uillHt la acctlatoun d lua larc wash, rcfereiicea teiiulred. Mr I, MFH. dr.'j nth av IVautril JtllalfS JWtchanlM, r. WANTED First-class, clean-cutj able-bodied and intelligent men for conductors and motormen. Apply 40 State St., daily, in the morning, Brook lyn Rapid Transit Company. HOUKKhl l'EIt, Wnnti-d, ouiiB inauli.it over .'ii aa hoikkeepir, mutt underatatid t)pcn Itinu, miulerati alar) teferencia rcuuired stml wr it. n application to ruom lnj Oarneld httildlui;, n Court at , hro ikl)n lltICKLA.YEIWNANrKU Twenty flvuKinirnun--l try l.mUaere Impilro ii( J II I. UuiUlK UIEL S "ON a. CO, 11SJ liroadtiay. N. I)OY about Id who hs4 had ttperli lice In printing J offlin. wat-ea $3 CO, Apply tlth It' or :3 City llalljdsra. fjOoivlUMiFIt Youni; man wanted 1 1 wrk Ins J) aluet M nu II VI 01 FF. ntCentreai 1JO0K F.UOK lllI.IIKIC watit-d I II. viol. F, 8H Centre at. WANTED 2 rnurdrliiler win weaii-ra Apply V 11II91I.K MllK CO , Li o. llaaa. 1 ((( 1'KBSOSi WAN1KD to Inveat t3i) city l,Vilvj nu, freaeiiuraionSuuda), tOc vuckly, hcii 1 fi r fn u paaaca ox iJiat iiith at Wnntrtl JUalts: IHiircUaurous. BOl IN I.i'.V OFFICl Nalary l per week i in. Ililntf up oti New York preferrtd Addreai I vv ii . im mi snnorticf l.HRvNl) HOH IVANTfcl). -Only thoae with lefer" Ij enre tiitd apply I hllMAIFR A BRO , TH Ileekman at. W'ANTKII-A ho; In a U)ir ciftn.e, Apply at iota 8V, CV tlberty at., city, I i 'a 'nntfil Pales HHtfrtltnufoum. B WANTKD-A rate nj. had health that IVt-P AN 5 M will not decent Tney Panliih pain ami pro- H lonullfe tiiiAithoareller Kolnthewnrd ll-l P K N 4 B onthepackaiteaiulaiceptnoaiilatltiile. ll-l I V S 9, aaJ 10 forBcentaortwrlTeiiaiketa for iHrenla may l. J fH had at any ilrui! aiorc Ten aamplii and one limn- M aand teatlmniilala will he mailid t" am addreaifor B r. ci'iitu, fnrwatileil t tl o llipiiial'liiinicsl Co., Jfii. , 10 Spruce at,, New York. fl OtntJ" IVnutcrt lltnlts. AOHN'TH WAN'TF.Dforaaneclalaun.tnercampslgn. ' M 'llll Sll lllllY l.VKNINO Pi si, ratabllahi.l tiy llintamln rianklln in 17.'8-now publUhed hv , 'I lie CnrlU I'ulillf huii (' impany, proinielom of TII K I IJtDll.1 HOMKJOl'llNvL, la uncled In iibcribu a for one irar only for tl ro-the nuulur prhe Is , 7.. In. Ihla ollerla Inr tin pnrpoieof aipiuklii- troductlmi and will lie lhdr.iu September 111. lhe tcitular prhe of J Ml Mill In. maliitaiiieit alter that flatc Me will ulie n tru il inniinioti fir vrn aulKcrlber auurtd auil ili-tulnilc I oooSep- trnihtr latsiiKHiittlii rn liistiiuenla f 'nowlll ! Klien to thepeipiu emtini! tho larneat number of euliacrlbua at tl uoia h pit liar. At thla aneulal low ailba riptlitl prli c th iialiila ran te n-iill) e- cured. Ill, IrfM Till' C'l liriH Tl III. ISIII.MJ COM- I'AXY, l'lilladelplin, l'a ( H Jlr.ot-ilass Help cmalru i'rorttf- stonnt. CTl SOUItAI'UJilt -Kiprrleuiril. Ihnrouulil) unul H 0 I'liulisli triinln.', a. ika euinl lymont peiuianent or teuiporar) can anawer ai d cmupoau lettera for rmplo)er If net rnar) and .n t aa confldMitlat aecre- tarj . ivperlcmel lu fouinlri and iraa olMcn work analatant to lltt larv man and thtstrlevl anther and M manaier CQMl'l.TKNf. lim auo Hnn oilhe. ffivst-v!:Tiii. Slf'P- nltis. I C'OMPKTENr Swedish parlormild or chamber- H 'mall waca flMtofSi) llrnl i ln refi rencea. ('. O , tin rtli inn inrtown ullkc lJilo Uioada) CllIAAtllF.KMvII) and waltreaa. underatamla retv S ; Inu wlnca and aalad, Ac, i;ood rcfciencca. a. It.h x Inn Sun uptown ofllic, lsun llroadnsy HJ (U)OK. t mlerstaud' itood fiuilly ronkluit, wases j' 9J f2S. cily or lontitry, good referemea. h. M.t , box htli Dun uptown nfllcn .,.'ti5 llroadua) i jHJ fUlMPF.TFNT cook, can furiiUh nrat elaaa refer H V emea, small pilvate Tamil) ivaitea f.'ci. A. U, fll hoi r.iilt Sun uptown office lQilf. Promt iy. I 'OMrEIIN'Tconl, lllidcoitandaanilpf. meat" dea. aerie, Ac , referenceai pilvate family. C Mct 1 box (luu Sun uptonn oilloe, liiu Ilroadway f BJ 'HVMIlEUMAlIl. underatauda her work thorough" v 1) , tan furulah excelh nt refcrancea T. 1'., box BJ f.n& Sim uptown office, 12ri5 llmadwa) , vSJ COOh Ni aland tidy no wniUlm: country pre- H ferred email private famili M H, box oOl M Hun uptown office, 1. !U5 llniadw a). 1 Bj 1 'OOKor kltchinmald with fltarclaa ilicf. prliats t H v fatuil) oiollint refircncia M 1), box r.r,'J Sun upton ti offict I2ri" Umailwa) JBJ COOK, competent woman In prlinle famllr, tidy M and rconomiial refeieucoa M 13, box KM Sun 1 uptoim office. I2ilf ilroadwa). IBJ llllVl CLAt.1 laiindriaT ahlrla, cnllua and i lifts 9 a and ull kmla fine Ironlni;, itood icfireticea J, BJ II,, box SiU sun iiplnnn office, l'Jit'. Proa Iway BJ IIRSTrUSS chambermaid and altre thnr- H ouuhl) lomprtent priiatn tamil) I O N bos Mm 1)48 Sun ui t iimi oihie, lltii'i Ilr-ia la) BJ IJMItSTCUSS waitrf. limleralsnila cvrilnc, n- TU ada and airviu; wuua, li , riteieiicc. .Vl h, BJ box fi&iiMiu uptuvMiolh e i:iiM!riAlm) BJ 'VTltip Th iroimhli lruetworthv titiric cvn taka M cntliei h uko of an Infatil en t Ih nt referrncea. BJ A. II , box MH sun nptnw n otlh e. KM" Ilroadwa) BJ 'riioiiorulll V lonipcti nt ihiinhcrinald ant H iwaftnai Mucin flu to Ih nt) or i oiintr) : i BJ Kiod ri fi tenet . ( K., box .1 1" Mm uptown olllce, BJ I2nr, Uroulwvy ' "B .ITm SS and rhaniherniald thnrnuahlr com- H ii intent t iu furuiah itood rcti r una I . H , bos BJ &it7 Hull uptown otUte 1JII5 HloaitviHi 1 BJ V MTItl ss and chanilioiunl 1 in pilule famllr: a H ' uood refeieiiies .M, M, box .r,4U sun uptown 1 in X Llroadna) public 3oticcs. ijosr OlIltK OHCK 'Hhnultl be rr&d I)IIA bj nlllntrn nloil nchausft j. ruft ut t ur ut (in time i iij torflu tnnilH fur ihf wrrk Piit.mc lulj " Irtii). jf" will i U e d'UOMl II in a I ihmn nt itipOcnerAi U roHtomct'HKfuiiowri I'MicnHi'Oi MAiiaub y on liuui tHilier tii in rUtniiu tiiuu tiiuu beliw. r T1(NILMU MAILS fcV SMfUnW -t. not M for 1.1 ltdPr icrtfiim j ftlnp CftinpaiUrt vltt Qiui'iiitoun (Utttrn tor j $ t-ntire hiti rl.iiil, Itulv Siuiii, I mtiinul, J ur- I H kty. I"-''t mil Uritihli In liu niut h-.liioctfil ii !y " , rr OtnniAiui at n :i i a M. far ItANLF, c y MUl.llLAMt HL. BI'AIS, ItiHIUOAL, if iiithn, n.MM nt a niniiMi i.sdia, or J fteainiliUi I i Ntitiruinlit, in Havre, at h A M. k ', tor M-111 I-111 Mh ilirnt. icr rtPanmhlp Rot ? teiilam. a In t'Mitnin ltttoii niuttt l lirecteil J ) 1 t It lUetitim at HA M fnrllMA, per ; r-tcniiihhlp 1 m ia Napl-i 1 ttf t nnmt be rti , rtitMl ifrl-mft atlUA M fur BlOILAND I lirt, per uti in chip iirnttiA( ma Ulaiow ilcttirs must I j 0 UtfLitc t 1 01 i urJtstU rillMH) MATTKH.Ao -Otrmtn ntrameiw i&lllns nn liu'itiH taki I'riutiMl Matti r, i., for (ler j man, and Smi i .Uy AiMn ii(il l'riutul M Uter. , i fur itthi r i in uf Lim ye Aui-riran ami j s Mto Mai htfauurn on f ilno(lai dennau ' KtiunerBuii 1 huisUa' n aiinl (.1111111 I tnncU ainl (ti iniaii nt aniero imhiiiinlijKta r l'nntdl Mitin a fen nil roiinlrlcH for w hi h 1I1P7 r utlvtrtiH l tn ir mail AftiM tlm 1 i,nof tuo MippUmtnl im J Huiatlantia Mill iitnu I almie, alditiioitl mij plpnientarjr 11 tilt in itpr in rt un tln pii r nf tin uiPiian, Kiu!lh. n ich hipI tl rinaii it tea in t tu. nnil ie- , 11 a ti npf 1 iiutil witlun Icu Minutts ot tin hour t 1 I 1 icof hti ai rr ,MIIS liUl bOl IH ASP (TMIUI, AMKUICA, UI -.I lVOUS, .v.. 1IUDAV- At '. A M f 1 LA Vl.Kl COI NTUIF9 hritt per Httanifhip llixninii at I I' M f r lAMAUM, 1(1 U lt'LIlKM KUpiiI II - FI MALA por kIpiiuhIiIi Itirml 1 ttf rn miit hi illnittil ' i"'i rhntiiH .it 1 I1 M 1 r IA l'Lr( (Jl MltIL vim tt, nr httaniMhip dro . PAlt IIH ltlOA M for liAHIKDOs anUH M- 1 Ht):v prr KteaiiuMti Caulitif at lu K. M. fur M UJul MJI.AM) per Mumj-hip s,h 1 at lu A M fHiipiliinenurj in 1i M) fur II Ml I and SANi" MK1H pir KtraiiiHlnp Aiifl. at lu M iHtipi IfiuuitHrv ID 3D A Mlfnrl-Olt-1I SI! InIAMi, JMA1( bWAMILA anl OAItrtHilI'M 1 or Mc.imhip AitlrnUflark dt tf-ra firtoMi M nunt t illtritl it Ail rtnulaik , at H .lit A. M fr I'tUU w Kid , j" r riiite I tatft t ran pi it Mi li Uau. ia su Iiion, At It A M for LU1H pprfrt'rtiuhip Mtinrn f IItana (ictttrn nuit It dlnttnl ' i r Meni tn . it U l f 1 SI I I ( l IUKKA1XH mill NOinil UUKU pit tt'aiiihhtpllnhtrt, Malar nmlManant Malls fi " Nt wf miitlliuri, 1 5 rail tn North Sidnnr. fj ami tht in i ! su aim 1, (.lour at thin ortlifl dally 1 yg at .tu I M onnicttii! 1 1 00 ht ri t w rj Mull 'j ilaj , MediRMliu .in 1 1 atiinta . .Mailit for Ml- , uf tpiflnu h rati tn lit uton an I ihcnp bj- teanipr, ' hi, clnfi at tin nflh c daili at H ml' M Mallt f.-r )f Cut a, hi nut tu port 1 ainpi, 1 U , ami tht 11 lp by S ti.iumr rl f.fat thlsntlii t d iil exef pt Moudajr) ', TOr at )7 M (tho nnnertliiK t hmM aii'iin Mindii) , at UediiPfilA and Frida Mall fur Cuba, 1 y rati J7 tn Muiiiii, liu , ami thclii- bv otiaint r, 1 1 iff ut w Ihlo (fttti iwr Mimdaj. Tuns la And Miturlay a at IL iu a M tl ttionntM tiujilnkti. arrnti uci fi daj atidsuurdi Millafor .Mniui lit) nver j V land uuh ! e iall) ulilroino l f r ib -1 at h br n AteAinpr il at thin nttW dad) at ' sa A M. ami 1 to I M aMdiU tor Cutta Kri U"f, H I'lurtt) (Mi to nud uiuumala, b) rail t New (irlranR, and tin nit by htpTunr, clftm at thU j. L nfU t tlail) at .1 P M. r.iiiilPi tliur 1 hiHOt lier v! umlniaand 1uo-Iih fir Cntta IEh a and Mm t i1h h fnrJtelui I'lCitn tort' ami (tiiatciiinla). I filtp.'Nti rrd 111A1I rln(h at ill' M nirUoiiH d iy. lfl t,'l"tt ro 1 mall rloHftt lit d P it KiOiut day Iffuie t ntvNsrciFn mmm r Malta fnr Chin 1 fni tu and H.all 1 pr ttmnliip J AuiftKa M mi trutn mii 1 rati m ! no hero ibulj u ti lul) 17 at tup M M11UI rt lima and lai an 1 t-rnii iuirhip()l) nipia fr tnTaiotna, i'Ioc hr tlaih up n Jul) 17 nt t tn P M. m Mail f r Ilaua i, piTHtraiiiMUtp Australia ifrnui N11. Main 11 n 1 !( hen tluh ti) t 1 lub t' at tl fi 1 P M M id- f r Aiiatralia t irt 1 1 wM Ani i trail t . Iliuau tut I (Ji 1 imU. 1 cr at ainliip Anrutik't (in in am uwr, rlow hfio tlailr u attti Jul i." and up U Inly i'l at u 10 P M MiiU f r tuna ami Jap-wi iir Hi nnihlp K iiprt m Of In pan fr in tun umor), t lne lu n daih up t J 11 1 at u Mit P M. MaiNf r the h nitty I,ainU j t r ship ( it of Pa 1 r itl ffr 111 Han 1 min it-r 1 b m In rr iUll) up ' to Jul) K.' at il tu p M Mui- fur AlUtMlU ion 1 Mhu-!' for Went Ati-tralu wliiih art for HAidtdiiu I un in Ntw inland Hawaii HJl . and 41110111 NIumIh pi r t itnhip M an 1 from han r raiuiM 1 htt Inrn dkilyaftt r.Iuly JI and up ti Aim St at 11 ti P M u U of arilal nf kk iihxlitu ( aiiipaiiii uhlihn 11 j r b- Ahl arrlM Aur y4 i! Tiaunpd tii made aiofomardo 1 t" 1 nrl of hailtiikt lai) an t tht ht iulo f 1 iu.t ) arrttii 1 mi th pn niiiuptiuu of their u Hint rrui tidut rlan I trtuiU bK uistirtd ma 1 1 1'i-f n nt tl P pn vlmi d t) tultM LU AM tu I pmtnufttr fun ("II p New rk. Ju!) U' nm j nildldAIS KUt IIAFS PIIII MM M'lll I-E h I Hil O M lU'lMKIMI M H AUMlsMtH 1. PH1I AD1 1 I'llIA. PA lull II IHttt Sfilflpt p. ' tAln, in tripliiiU', will bo rmmd lit ru until ll u'clork A M I rl'Ui , Inly .' l 111 ti r fiunixluiuc J thU lipotwlth ruuiiu Iiiuh (ntiipiUll Haiti tn ) H ottht-r with nr ulthnut lar-'L m mi I tt irand pial t jJ the at in Urd mhij U k at 1 hmUill Mtutl iti Lim ' (It) 1 In iiuiub'r f Ititn t I r it ibj-rt t ui in rrrn-ti! nf .u j fri nt If dir-irnl b) tin d pi'ttjp. nt. lint ba I 111 n -tiiph-i win 11 .t b iniui.iii l. ' i II ililt r inuit lati .with wliM iipiditt tht) Mill t, liiakfdt 1li tie" Oui rilim nf i s 1 m th 1 ! t t 1 1 J rejed u ai-ioit any nr all pr ihimN nr anv pirt f thf rent PnfirtMi u'u t' an lc r d in"r o pmtlurtl ti t r iiuiiufa r ir. mdit im t .pialitv ' and pn (Im luiliiii in tln pit 1 f tunmn n lu- tl ti"U ur inantitai turc tlindut) th 1 n I men pul, A(I'Kiri in lo p mat nf Hit alu- f tht I IihIi irnpn-fl I r turnd iiUJiau) bid IN ' (iCAKAMhFlillIlii will not bi-t. 1 -1 lend HUnwt for ptuput-Al t , will L turinfi.id up n at 1 liu t!uu Kinthp's uilatntiu i p "it t' m , tl irn I ' Pmi Hilti f r (amp tun lUtu " and ad i tlrtai.d tu I it (M lUIIN MltK., Diputy f (juaiUr iiartt r-(jim ral h N L llli: (111 Ol M'U llKK, i ihp ki mi:m ui ih t ' s. .s Ms, " MKWAlll UUlLINil Jvilltialwa Jul 11, li PI'IH Ii Mini F in hen I jin I Hih mini tli-uii r f Ut 1 mil A-"f"-itiiit thnt tl A-- im nt Itoli t I. ,i and pi mint tl r tah 111 tt d 1 tv a for thf Mar 1" n hnu brit UijuII mi t lanl line bit ii ib jiwii.1 1 t md libd til tl Mm ipil V An-iIIiII) f nnd (il). an 1 that Ii K"-ni nt ' Jt 11a will rt in 1M1 pf n t 1 niii r r - ti n 111 th- I nrtlttt f ! M uiti ipal .- ilm r a prn t if CftKiii di) li 111 t 11 'Ut. .r Ui.n ti li TIlDMAi L HUM It v , rDWAitn v Kin nn "1 THOMAS J PAm.llbUN, L MNU Will IAM I (till I J Ai-it-HaMhSrA. AlUUl'KU DALMU.S.