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VOL. L...No. 15,881 NEW YORK. DECEMBER 1, 1900. SATURDAY. —SIXTEEN PAGES.
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CHARTER REVISION IS NOW COMPLETE


Vital Changes Proposed in the City Government.


THE MAYOR'S POWER CURBED


Board of Estimate Reformed — To Abolish Municipal Assembly — Single Police Head — School Amendments.


By arrangements made with Gov. Roosevelt the Charter Rivision Commission will give out to-day the report of the changes which it thinks should be made in the government of the city. It has also been decided that the public shall be informed of the recommendations of the commission on Monday morning.

The report will be signed to-day. George L. Rives, who has charge of the publication of the document, assures the public that no copy will be given out for publication before that day and if any paper purports to print the report the copy will have been obtained by surreptitious means.

It is said that the hardest work of the commission was to find some way by which the power of the Mayor as the practical head of the Board of Estimate could be curbed. Under the present charter the majority of the members of the board are controlled by the Mayor through his own election and his personal appointments to the offices of Corporation Counsel and President of the Department of Taxes and Assessments.

The charge made against the Board of Estimate has been that while it was practically in control of the City Government, as it regulated all expenses, the body was not representative of the people. Various remedies were suggested. The idea which the commission wanted embodied in the revised charter was to have a majority of the Board of Estimate elected by the people.

The proposed new law, it is said, will make the Board of Estimate include the Mayor, the Controller, the President of the Board of Aldermen, and the Presidents of the five boroughs. Whenever a question comes to a vote the Mayor shall have three votes, the Controller three votes, the President of the Board of Aldermen three votes; the Presidents of the Boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn two votes, and the Presidents of teh Boroughs of Bronx, Queens, and Richmond one vote each, making in all sixteen votes. No official appointed by the Mayor will have a voice or vote in the proceedings of the board.

After a long contest it is said that the final determination of the commission is to continue the term of office for the Mayor at four years. He is to be ineligible to re-election.

The present Municipal Assembly will be abolished if the recommendations of the commission are accepted. Instead of the dual legislative body there will be a Board of Aldermen, consisting of sixty members. The members of this board will be elected at large, that is, he will be elected by a vote of all the citizens of the city, in the same manner as the Mayor. He will also be eligible to fill the office of Mayor in case of the removal by death or otherwise of the head of the city Government.

An added power will be given to the Mayor. He will have complete control of all his subordinates and may remove any of them at will during his term of office, instead of during the first six months of his term, as under the present charter.

A revolution is planned in the Police Department, if the revision suggestions are adopted. It is suggested that the police be placed under the control of a Police Commissioner whose salary shall be $10,000 a year. The increase in the salary is made, so declares one of the Commissioners, to secure a man of the highest ability for the place. The Bureau of Elections will be separated from the Police Department entirely. The Chief of the Police, according to the proposed law, can be removed by the votes of the Police Commissioner and the Mayor. The bi-partisan idea for the Bureau of Elections has been recommended.

The Department of Education has presented one of the most difficult problems for the revisionists. The final conclusion is to recommend to the Legislature the abolition of the Borough Boards of the Department of Education and the formation of a compact central board, consisting of forty-six members. Of this number Manhattan and the Bronx are to have twenty-two, Brooklyn fourteen, and Queens and Richmond five each.

According to the statements made by men who have been asked for advice, the Davis salary law will be repealed if the recommendations of the Charter Revision Commission are adopted. The provision for a tax of 4 mills on each $100 of property valuation for the salaries of school teachers will also be annulled. It is said that the provision for the regulation of school teachers' salaries provides that the Central Board of Education, with the approval of the Board of Estimate, shall, before July 1, 1901, adopt a new salary schedule, otherwise the salaries of all teachers are to be fixed at the figures which prevailed before Dec. 31, 1809, or before the Davis law took effect. The teachers would, therefore, receive the salaries fixed by the Ahearn law.

It is also proposed to divide the city into forty-six school districts on a basis of school population. The Central Board will elect the Superintendent of Schools and also fifteen District Superintendents.

One of the most radical changes in the charter which is said the revisionists will propose is to abolish several of the boards which now have charge of large departments. For instance, the Department of Charities is to be controlled by one Commissioner instead of a board of three Commissioners, as at present. There will be deputies, in each borough, under the control of the Commissioner. The Department of Parks will also be placed under the control of one Commissioner.

The Department of Corrections will be under the charge of a single Commissioner, without any deputies in the boroughs.

One of the most radical provisions in the amended charter may result in a charge in the hospital system of the city. All the emergency hospitals under the city's control will be placed in charge of a commission of seven physicians, who will serve without pay. These hospitals are all now under the control of the Department of Charities.

What will happen to the mass of suggestions made by the Charter Revision Commission when the legislature meets is problematical. Senator Thomas C. Platt has within the past few days stated that a good many of its recommendations would not be adopted by the Legislature.



TO-DAY

SIXTEEN PAGES

WITH

REVIEW OF BOOKS AND ART.


INDEX TO DEPARTMENTS.


Stocks irregular. Financial Affairs.—Pages 12 and 13.

Wheat, No. 2 red, 77⅜c.; corn, No. 2 mixed, 45⅝c.; oats, No. 2 mixed, 26½c.; cotton, middling, 10¼c.; Iron, No. 1 foundry, $16; butter, Western creamery, 25c. Commercial World.—Page 11.

Amusements.—Page 8.

Arrivals at Hotels and Out-of-Town Buyers.—Page 5.

Business Troubles.—Page 11.

Court Calendars.—Page 11.

Insurance Notes.—Page 13.

Losses by Fire.—Page 5.

Marine Intelligence and Foreign Malls.—Page 2.

New Corporations—Page 13.

Real Estate.—Page 11.

Religious News—Page 6.

Society.—Page 9.

United Service.—Page 3.

Weather Report.—Page 5.

Yesterday's Fires—Page 5.


The Pennsylvania Railroad's Position.

Ever at the front of the railroads of the country.
Its Limited leads the line.—Adv.


UNPRECEDENTED GOLD SUPPLY


Stock in the United States Treasury, $474,108,366 — Probably $1,100,000,000 in the Country.

WASHINGTON. Nov. 30. — The largest stock of gold coin and bullion ever held in the United States is now accumulated in the Treasury and its branches. The total has been rising steadily during the whole of the present year, and is now $474,108,366, or about $76,000,000 greater than at the close of 1899.

This gold is not all the direct property of the United States, but is held against outstanding gold certificates. The amount of these less the amount in the Treasury and its branches, was $230,755,809 Wednesday. All the remaining gold, amounting to about $243,000,000, belongs to the Treasury, including the reserve fund of $150,000,000.

The influx of gold into the Treasury comes partly from the new gold from the Klondike and the other mines, but its retention is due to the pressure for currency, which leads to the acceptance of gold certificates and other paper money in preference to coin. The Treasury recently has been shipping small notes in large quantities to New Orleans and other points upon deposits of gold in the New York Sub-Treasury by the New York reserve agents of the Southern banks.

The fact that $474,108,366 is thus accumulated in a sense under a single authority enables an estimate to be made of some of the other visible gold resources of the country. The National banks reported gold holdings on Sept. 5 of about $312,000,000, of which amount $115,018,140 was in the gold certificates issued by the Treasury, makes a total in these two classes of establishments alone of about $670,000,000. This is more than the entire estimated stock of gold in the United States at the close of 1895.

The gold supply of the country on the last day of 1896 was estimated at $692,947,212. The estimated amount Nov. 1, 1900, was $1,080,027,407, and it is probable that the report for Dec. 1 will show at least $1,100,000,000. The Treasury officials are confident that the round sum of $475,000,000 in Treasury gold holdings will soon be attained, and that even $500,000,000 is not beyond reasonable expectation.


SMALLPOX IN 30TH STREET.


Two Cases Are Found Next Door to the Tenderloin Police Station.

It became known last night that two cases of smallpox had developed during the past two weeks at the New York Colored Mission House for Women, at 135 West Thirtieth Street. Both of the patients were removed to North Brothers Island for treatment. Late last night a surgeon connected with the Board of Health appeared at the West Thirtieth Street Police Station and requested Sergt. Carson to detail a policeman to accompany him to the home, next door. The cause of the late visit was to vaccinate the inmates. After much knocking the surgeon, accompanied by Policeman Ahearn, managed to awake a matron, who let them in.

All of the inmates were vaccinated, some of them submitting gracefully to the ordeal, while others were frightened and a few angry at the hour selected for the vaccination.


GIVE AWAY $100,000.


Delaware Man Keeps Thanksgiving Day Vow in Novel Fasion.

Special to The New York Times.

WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 30. — Alexander Jackson of Camden, one of the best-known old men of Kent County, recently decided that if he lived until Thanksgiving Day he would distribute part of his fortune. He has no children and few immediate relatives. he is going to give away $100,000.

Mr. Jackson began the distribution of his wealth in a novel manner. For many years Frank Jackson has driven a hack between Wyoming Station and Camden. Frank Jackson, who is no relation to Alexander Jackson, had an antiquated cab. A few days ago Alexander Jackson appointed a committee to go to Philadelphia and spend $700 in the purchase of a fine pair of Western horses, a modern upholstered hack, nickel-plated harness, and other equipment, which were presented to Frank Jackson.

Edgar Stubbs, a clerk in the store of Jackson Stubbs, in Camden, gets $3,000 and a fine farm near Marydel. His brother, Jackson Stubbs, besides other gifts, gets $300 in cash. Mrs. Henry R. Draper, wife of the Justice of the Peace of Camden, receives $9,100 in property.

Mrs. William T. Jakes, wife of the express agent at Wyoming, gets $5,000, principally in well invested securities; Miss Mary Draper, a well-known young woman of Camden, receives $3,000.

Alexander Draper and Avery Draper, farmers, near Wyoming, each $3,000 in cash; Mrs. Annie Booker, recently married to a merchant of Hillsborough, Md., gets property valued at $3,000, and Isaac Jackson, a grocer at Wyoming, $2,500 and Miss Sallie Jackson, his daughter, $4,500.

Other gifts are to follow.


CLEARED OF $2,891,003 OF DEBT.


Arndt K. Housekeeper as Voluntary Bankrupt Discharged in Philadelphia.

PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 30 — Arndt K. Housekeeper of Narberth, Penn., was discharged as a voluntary bankrupt in the United States District Court to-day, with liabilities of $2,891,003,83 and assets of $25.

It was stated that thirteen years ago, when Housekeeper was twenty-two years of age, some friends induced him to go on their bond in a gigantic real estate operation. This involved the erection of 800 houses in Philadelphia and near-by cities. He signed the necessary papers without thoroughly understanding what he was doing. Later the burden of the mortgages, nearly $3,000,000, fell on his shoulders.

The holders of the mortgages began proceedings against him. The judgements against him. The judgements against him are held by trust companies and estates in various parts of the United Sates.


Reported Rich Gold Find in Arizona.

Special to The New York Times.

YUMA, Arizona, Nov. 30. — One of the richest gold ledges ever known in Arizona is reported to have been discovered in Central Yuma County, near the famous King of Arizona mines. The ore is said to be fairly speckled with free gold. The locators, six Yuma Mexicans, have bonded their main claims with absolutely no development work done for $50,000. The option has been secured by Ira P. Smith, Assistant Superintendent of the Territorial Penitentiary, who represents Frank M. Murphy of Prescott and several Los Angeles capitalists. The mine is in the most arid section of Arizona, about twenty-five miles east of the Colorado River, which is the nearest surface water.



Mr. Crokefg War Upon Protectlve As- 'committed suicide in the Nelson House' lu Is Sald»to_Have Died _from Menlngltls, the greater-'pan of each year in Newpnl-¢, A _ 9, _ Wlulinur _tI_)§§§M _ .> - _ _.___ ` '°°5°f|°"3 D¢°|=l‘¢d f° 5° 111° this dry, this evening by shooting hltrlself 1 but There ls a Rumor that Ho ;'&;° ‘:‘:°°’ld as “"°“" '° P;‘:'°"“;° °d::"° _ Y N3 'G00d8; `~`- ` f..f€`~ J y _ _ . ' , » , V . Q e g Q . HT' ` ~ _ _ _ _ `j 1_ _r. Stock ln the Umted States Trealury, “Cause-Police Defied Him; ‘ motxae “Km t°mP1§- ° l V gommmed Su|°|de_ summer remrslcegrec °” a an nf _f' ,. . . . ~.,_.-_ _-:».= w"' ` 7 _ . $574,108,366-Probably $1,100|000r ‘ ' 'Mo;d;;nefa;n°:;';;‘;;gé;n ;°"g};ke;§:;f Z2 V ‘ _ . The propertyilrz Vanderbut contemplate! ‘ ,~ , -»  ;:; ‘ ¢F.. Board of Esti fe Reformed-To Abel- _ . 000 in the Country- _ Over two thousand city employes have Hush J. Wusfnnand lt was not untllatter s,,,,,,,,', bam to THE NEW You _mms buying is gala to be the S5-wlled _.$.g.;.§ ,gtg |31 _fI=“_;,I_ 51 _Q £~§,_.~_I¢' uh Mun_ci al Assembl sin le P°_ . WASHINGTON. Nov. 30.-The largest lost their jobs during the past fweek. and he was found in»his room that his true PARIS, N°v_ 30_0scar Wilde died. M' 3 exam' which is n°w "med By me N°"?9*t ._':'f .52 3.-Li-.'l..s1~.f.“' we xiii., 21~_=‘*,' 7 ‘ P _ yxlg stockjof goldcoln and bullion ever held in there has been much 'walling in the Tam- name was discoqered, his identity being 0'Cl0ck this afgex-Qwgm ln the* Maison du Hospital as 8' bequest`£° that igutuuqqw P, fd "‘ L ' 7 ~ l'_i`£V: ) lice Head-School Amendments. the United Stiteg is now accumulgtgg ln many camps of several politicians; All established by lelers found on his person. Pe;-le;-, Due dw Beau! Arts in the Latm me Wm M therlate 'mm' A1ff°°~H='%“°& ' ly * " `; Q? " .iifx l _ ___ ` Ill; '§;;8.SUli’i and lts branches. The total tgewlsaizs have been asking questions as These letters were from his father, H. Ou- quaftql-_ It is a small. obgcure hotel” at mfg” azgcfs ;*;;‘l::i’; 3533 fgfg' _°‘9‘;f’f `.%3$:_<._€: 3§;§il§§¥i;;;' 5, B _ _ _ n rsng steadily during the whole Y s sudden descent should be made borne, who ls said to be manager of the which Wilde had b l` l ral ' “°- 'Q ,_ l.. _ _:_-___. 9 ' _ _ ; y arrangements made with Gow. Roose of the _ ,_ een IV ng for seve ,me on th _ __ __ _ _.~,.__ ¢_.. ,. ., ._ _._ __ _, ‘Ax _ _ , present :.ea_|-_ and is now ;4,4_10g_3g5_ on office holders so soon after electi n. French Cable Company’s Cape Cod station mm-,th u d th nm] - G PPOPGPYY is the ~! . Sig; ;;_~;~-QE'-;l~y": 9 se_x.;;l%-,,f¢_». vgn th? ' haL;‘€rt§!lsiOn tcxnlxxissfgmlngllg or abqut 3-;6_000'000 greater than at the -and why 2,000 of the faithful should be s§!f vat Orleans, Mass.; his slster; Ada C. OS- Accoidiggerto ethe ;<?<§o?$at=:mg:>l;1lnabe Lily P°“d “sed by the- NeWD61’$f~' T ,§ ” ' Ii- =’~{"f _ ' V Exe “ft t°;fi“}:;§ Sziorsffiorbe made in me close of 1899. ~ ' _ missed to spend a»véry cold and cheerless borne of Providence, and from a., woman Wilde was operated upon six weeks ago Club' 'md which- i” the *Yen* °f:~. ~°* " 9'PT*"9'-"=f’J./2" 5121... govern em“6'} ‘ble city -It has also been This gold is not all the direct property of Winter. , A - ' who signed herself simply Florence. This for meningitis. caused by an abeeas in the chasing R' Mr' vmderbik. 'mf' , 5 ‘1_l`°:., ~=;5 bf- decided IM N Duc' Shan be informed the United States” but is held against out- There bave been several answers made last mentioned letter was postmarked New da;-_ which the doctors were unabie 'to 10_ P"|VW¢‘8° °f “SUS-' The €"°"“3? .-N ~ ’ k‘=~’~!~£,-é1'7~w_¥=»:=~_-;_,c of the _"_ ‘ mfsdpaons of me commission standing gold ce,-tm¢ateS_ The amount og to these questions. The majority of the York and referred to the young man‘s re- ¢é,te_ He is sam to have been uilconsgigug adapted mr an kinds dt sp°f°t In; 1 . 5 ; i?“;t`-ff!" ‘H £"§.»f V ov] ond;?’;’m`:_ninag » , ggess. lose the amgugg mine T;-e§3m~y and removals have been in the Departmeqtof quirlng m0ngy_ . for two days and before that time to have to the picturesque pond. wherejpogttng' ~: 5 y»~¢-f{_.1,,' ____ W,  ; "!‘lxe report will beslglled to-day. George All tI§grr}K:§§lng1;sz§Tlfl?';g§l??itPrlgigeggggi Stfelts and Highways' i“_ charge °f C°m" While 05501119 l'€8iSf€l`°d,““d°"~ an “F” been received into the Roman Catholic gishing' gud even batmng can .A ';°i§'5; V? ‘;'1:3Jé;":f;l A L_ Rives. whu has charge of the pubucaf $243_w0'00U_ belongs to the Treasury. m_ m ss oner Keating, and in the Department sumed name, he made no attempt. to con- Chu;-¢h_ Ilord A1f,.ed.D,ug1asvwas with mm m- 1 _ ` . ' gg-§_ '7=l3'5"<' . -¢;:‘-- 3 ~ .__¢'§{<~._"“‘._' chlding me reserve fund of 5150_0g0_000_ ot Parks and the Department Street Veal his idefmw f1”0m I€l€§I`8Dh 0D€f8~t01`S when he di d _ _ Th¢» D!'0D€l‘!y le close to the , »"a‘?s.,3.r.-- ,_,__+;51-,,.~,. /~-,;,é.' ,~;,_ "°“‘°f Ulf d°°“’Pe“" assures ‘he P“b“° The influx of go!d into the Treasury Cleaning f ‘md “ng” whom he met ouwide or me g ‘ ' ‘ ’ HBMY Pleirs Stu 'vesant Fish -‘ §}~»§-5 l ff! A "' T Q7 that no copy will be given out for publica- comes partly from the new éold from the An esémate mad t d b t ymez' UH Wednesday High* he Called “P Le ‘¥°“m3~l 5§Y5» h°W€V€l`» that it- ‘S Pll- Henry v§an. ' Ri gl cumin; 7 4 1“§;, A-5' ‘L ' '1`”55 _ tlon before thin dab' and lt any Daper Dur- K1ondlk¢ and the other mines.. but Lts re- ‘ , e yes er ay Y one ° “Sl Hanem ‘and had Mf=S‘ Fmrence Day m°red that ‘Wide wmmitted Suicide-, ' en' ° s ' an .- ‘“3~`f`».' N 'lg ';`°°= ` 4 "fr" m h tention IS due to the pressure for currency. ‘the Guy °ff‘°ial3 Elves the number of re- Sent f°'- H9 had 8 C0i“€¥`S9»U°“ with her' Wilde will be buried l thi cl ' M mm sm" Mmen ' - " ’ ` "°‘f3“'* "~ ' ' '-`3f"1* §°"’3 ‘ifflng 120 fepxl ‘IEW W “Ve :mich leads to the scceptance ot,gold cer- moved in the Department ot Streets and ZQ§ho?|§’%;i¥§.yag§dat?eg° :imc t§,%,f§§ day. . n S ty on °n° While nothing definite regarding the Qui- . ~.g_~;,:V`i- Lg. 'H intl? lsleflwthstr hgrdefst vlfgslinzt the Qregieeioacr:>(:n.0t}'}‘ife*r'g're;lsu’!E;9rr;3e'en!tlypllfa§s HighwaYS during the past week as from order for $22 to-dayr.. gr D » l A 4' 1- - chase is ‘Wea mn here ‘f°'vp“bu°a'd°n'.R "3 “3";;`*"*- 2= U f _ _ ‘ been shipping Small notes m large quanu_ 800 to 1,000 men Commissioner Nagle of About 5, o’cIock thls afternoon he got H0§¢¥11' Wilde was born ln Dublin ln 1856. is positively hlown that lt is Mr. Vander- :-.»-._= fgg =»f;~,.;g_3.5, ,wx (`0m!T>|0Y was to find some was by which nes to New Orleanshnd other aims u on thestree cl i D his key. and. asking .to be called at 6:30 9 was the son of Su- /llliam R. Wills buf - ~. - ' '° A fl? ~'»-» ‘ ,Q ,~ ' me pm,” of me Mawr as the practical deposits of gold in the Yew PY0rk sl;b_ _ t ean ng_ epartment said that PVM" went to ms. mmm Twenty minutes Mllde, M. D., surgeon-oculist to Queen VW- _ S DUIDQSQ to acquire aggatate . _~ V __ .'_.»;,._ head 01. the Hoard oé Fsnmate could be Treagury bv the New Yorg reserve agents he was compelled to drop temporarily 150 later a report was heard. The door was YOUR. antiquarian, staristician, and inan The news 01 the.mf@“‘1!3 DU!‘¢-9° 53-|‘ ` F7-"`¢'?`2f~f‘»‘ curbe l'nder`the -Present charter the lna o£I`;lhe southern banks. driver; in Manhattan because were was not ¥;El:§df> ag# l}h§ iyolltng hlpééns gag; fog? 2?€"ll§gte$i1oa;2hpf ‘game ildancgica' Lad’ been received with great jauatacuunv' i " " '1"` l%'*27'.;t‘ A 'V ' ` ' ' _ ' f ' _ ' Il, l5_ e Tl IS S .Y fl OHS . l IEEVB CURB ta' ' _ . ` "‘. _'I "‘ i`_. ,;_`§-_ f ` ‘£'l‘f"-"J _ jorlly l' the members of the board are con- late; lgcgl ‘sl§z:s24;}n%1U¢;:3;6 l;?ngle1sa?1(t€l:>r1§?y enoug Work for ‘hem to do' °lu'~°h’“5 3 1'°"'°1Vef` in his fight hand and mm ‘as a p°ete5S- O5Ca1"S gag* ;0;%%TiH8 au the ` ‘ `*‘"4~¥'T3`*1: “ 2` ' ` ' z ll dry EQ M ' h 1 enables an estlrnat t b m»d f . f Th°'““'“1>€r dlscharsed from the Depart- wlth a bullet in his brain. He was un- was at the Parton Rfival Schobl Ennis- ’ - d ~ _ “ ' _, '- f3"m:= :‘+“¢~ -= .. ‘Bn Ends ms peril;-;ll afsgggtxinzglioe 3; the Omar visible egocid eresgufcgs 5g§”en?e géenrgelat 'Parks is said to be in excess of glfélixgouil. rgzdsdiesili in _‘the ambulance on '};;g§i1El)?ll:gh§8.?l‘dh§tSiildlgdIR( Tranlty .Cég nv. ., _gf F* 5 . ,. ~ _ » _ h » _ . _ yo assar os a. ' _ f , ll a ‘l , - . ; --1 '_ '~»=,>__`__ offices 0? Corporation Counsel and Presl- En %e§?t1g%;;1abl§)r:l1§b$§§§gJ$)?g0t§o:>.% The version SWE!! b .many of the dis- (»°"°Tl9¥`. Selffidgtl* I0%k Ch3l‘§@ of' U19 mrd UU|V@l‘Sity. The bx§ll?a§I¢;yLgt ixqgpar- -' *"?' < '§i`li" "'( " "°""'~.‘i~. dent ot me Ife srtment oi Taxes and As- which amount $115,018,140 was in the 'old Charged employes is tllat Richard Croller b°d}` and lhe dead maifs €ff€°¥S and Wu' ‘Kms was tfansmmed to him- At`Tl‘ir1ity' MIR’ n°‘“" °“ 3°' N* "Qi 3" =*~»J P S (_ ha , _ . . . --=»=~~=~» ry The rl: *wa* “°“ “lf” ‘="=“‘l- . .s:l;;§° ae l‘“‘..‘:1.‘°l r *F* *“ “°*““"“°" ‘*“°*~ 'fu d" ° ‘d =~ ` ~ _ _ 9', , , ’ o e em o es __ - ~ ' ~ _ - ' c _ on a l - ._ " ‘_-ixhl "' _ -.-.;.~'~ The charge made against the Board of {§?'§,~;;|§f‘e gofziqnsth; Treasugi 222535 tg which have been formed in many gf, ine Af the Offices of U10 French Cable Tele' Oxmrd' <'h1°fam°ns them UCUIB me N€Wdl- sP‘f'“' ‘° T5 Nm YW* '35 " ~l ) ‘f` Estimate has beenyhm While it was m.ac_ total in these two classes of esmbushmems clty departments. The- fight made against. graph Company. 44 Broad Street, the man- Safe 1951225 with a poem entitled ‘T Ra- NEWBURG "N Y ` N ‘ "* -gh ~ °> tlcall in nl l ¢ an Cl G » alone or about se7o.oo0.ooo. 'rms ls more ‘~HPf~ Clifford in the Fire Departmentvand age' if* charge Said *as* “Shi 'haf "°““g xenna'-' °’ ' ' l 'o " ' ` " °v` ao’ A ~ Yemgtl sl. 1-lf . y cu '° ° e W °‘e"‘"'em' than lhe entire estimated stoék of gold ln ms dlsflharge is cited to show- the war 03501719 had w°rked there ‘f°¥` fi" 015513 I" 1§‘9 h°”'We“f W I-°Hd0n. Ind soon be~ °°°¥~ ‘hu *MH m°mm¢ mf?-di'-I“b“° 1- ‘f- ,. .- .f as lt regulated all expenses, the body was the United States at the Close of 1895 which. lt is said, Tammany Hall intends to Y€3-l'S- S0 far a.s~the nigh; for; knew, 333- Callfle 8 Celebrity through the aesthetic fad 5e!9¢u°n or Bfign Gen. Ediftfif l ' ° ' 5 ` `7k ' ‘ not representative of the People. Various The gold supply of the country on the make against 01950 Pwtective ass¢¢iauons_ bgfne had no special causefoz. committing whlch he started. His craze for aesthetl- mam vf Ellfllra to be Adjutant V nerafotg - re edl ° d T 'cl | last day of 18516 was estimated at $692 947 - w Is was also disclbsed Y€3l°¢3€lY that an B“i°1de- H6 had Worked steadily up to last B Clem WHS 2~C¢0mpanied by ecoentrlcltles of f ~ » »~ - -_ 7 _-bi# m M were 3u?g°S" ' he'-‘ ea Wm" "1" The estimated amount Nov 1 ]900' 5 Ettempt was made before Mr Croker sa"-“`daY night- but Since ihali time hfld i dress, which SGOH 'made him One 0! 'the tm tmfcgs °f the stat' a°5`“’ C¥“°f'°f '- 'L“-"‘l ‘he °°“1f"*f'=3°D Wanted @mb°d1@d In 'he §lf0so.~.u7.4o:.`and n is pr<>l>alSle` nhaivghi Salled for Europe to break .up 'me pro- not been seen at the office, and was not most talkedsabdur persons ll l..- SWL Gem ‘H°f!man WSI" h15i>°hi!¢d b revised charter was to have a majority of re-Dorm for Dec, 1 will show’at least $1.l00,- tective association In *the Police De art- known to hive sent any explanation of his clad' 'himS€1f~ in 1718611 velvet; with knlck- GQY- R°°S0'V9|! hit 39-Ilill’Y" 5114262645 ' .§'L"f"* ' ' we Bom-d oi Estimate elected by the <»o<».neo_ The Treasury offlclals are confl- I mem- The answer of the heads orp the Hbséflce 1° the melrunflef Wh°"* he "Was . °"’°°"°“"' "~“" ¥“=1°k Silk Sfwkinss. amine, -Avery D= Andrews of New York. . , ar::s'.=f;f . l » _ dent' ,hm the round sum of 5475_000_000 mn 1-'ollce Department P;-ogecuve Association employed, His position was that of a coun- . ;V0l‘6 a sunflower. He was caricatured Mr- #Odell also announced Gp 'rea lntkf a D009 9- Treasury gold hmdings Wm soon be ab ls~ said to ;have been a. practical tdetiance' ter clerk. receiving messages. X1 Du Mallrier in Punch. and_satlF1zed by ment df J’ ling Partridge J0!‘~Broo lyn (` ~T'<#_ °f°“°“° " ‘S - 'hal ==»°¢~°°<f-<»<>» ls  :.s.;';s.s;:s; H*a‘:aa:;‘r:s<=@.:;:>;,"l:.“§.ezefm2.2: laters.; ll ..1;a:f.:».s~;...»lw’“'f°.s‘ ~°= ”° ““”°'"“°°<‘ *M P“~“= ‘°'°"==~- fi ~- * d d » make the Board ot Estimate lncllx the ` 0:-OH F08-“Ona e expectation. _» B 2 Ort 0 rea up t S ` 'f ' . ' ' -- ' ., - fl ‘ a encef' '_ ` ~ ` ~ '* il* _ _ ~_ _ V police assoclation w d t l sister. Mrs. _August Grenet. She had been ‘ BU1I¢h0l‘!e- . he advertlstn h I. ‘ - " ‘ .~ F" f L ~i . Mdylor, the Controller, the President of the '~*-'“i'*' ‘ lone. The tact that :ics :e5§h;ev§;:;n¢',§-q On terms of vbrywarm triendship with Os- I ‘7f'aS,Just what e -wanted. €loetxogo1f ‘gg T0 HB. ODELI. _ - ` ~-2 4 ` QF Board of Aldgfmen_ and the p,-esgdems of rled on by Mr_ C;-oker isqshown by sew borne tor about a. yesr. They qttentalked Qélniage of lt t feet a contract tor a '- » ' ' ' ’ ,Hg -_ he me béroughs whenever 3 uestlnn ~ eral interviews given out before lie sailed with “Gb 0012* WH the t€l@Ph°¥1€~ - I °°“4'e *UU* F" A ¢l'1¢=1- The tour was not ' ~ ’ ' ~ ‘ '~ ' ‘ " ` ff* '- ’ - fl _ _ _ in which ng told how strong the Dance Mrs. Grenet sald'Osborne seemed~to her i the S“°¢eS5 he had Hmiclpated, but he made He “‘"°9't°' ° 5|¥f9`5“na"¢ P ' 5.1 " f~ §`f,§f_§’ f§,,“§(,°,ff,‘H° “fiyl” f,“f" “if §‘";° T‘”° cas” A" F°“"" "°"* °°°" ‘° §'e‘§§,2§,,’}§,§2 },’."Z,’§,““§. ‘°g°"},°", “““ *ha* ‘he Z3 'Fyi °?l§‘e°§?5’°§§f’ifdf>‘§5 35% '“‘A'fi°§l§'$ ‘ s°6'?f l§'?$s'§-i¥u'§‘?l°¢'?>'§i.~land wud <1 ` ' ` "““ 9'°" ¥"l"`** "°‘=“ "‘ “- ~ ` mem 'of me Boa; E; A,;;.m3nefi".e&e;):;sf A f|"¢ T¢Fd¢|'|°5f P°|iC¢ Sfafibh- many Ha;ll_eve|- Zoflgggg, €f»,r§,§;;:“?1;éTg':1;: kllllew .dt hlm that she could regbllect was gggf sfcentrlcltles ofdress, butehmrglgig- ` ,5P¢¢W 5 77” Ni" y"’;f'n Tf'"é" ' ‘he Pf@S1~1@HfS Of me Bvfvuzhs Of Man- It became known last night that two ‘e§3"e;taS%l%g1x3?¥és oéogsufgsigner N:a.g~te ’;“?§' lgeggegcnember og Company F' Sew me hi;ho;!¢?¢ig~?c¢?irg2(; gr§?tf.xontc¥g: sxegrhigli NEWBWG' N" YT' H°v` }~3&°Th° ` hawm and Brooklyn two votes. and the cagpg of smalmox had de»e1ope¢ during wllsn seen By a Nnw Yom; Trung mponel-f --il--+ I {]‘§ll§1?ar?t_§g;1;f5:sal§0eI1w?s (liegarfied, aa 3 g§‘;'§;:;‘ S A”°‘;‘i';*“ Z; F115 dig” °f Ne L Pfelidsnls Of the .Boroughs ot Bronx. the past two weeks at the. New York Col- sq-'E PERILOUS RIDE ON A L0 ` L V‘ld ' ti t n 8 an pagan' ' ‘ 5 ‘ e 8' mm ' en ry “er tn gn ' QT' `~ I ~ FJ* Q“e"“S- 0041 Rfchmofld Um’ me 9Q¢‘'|. 0l'€d Mission House for Women. at 135 menagefg :`:gI;.l:'dtl?:)tr{)I';l;-132112 $113 ‘gre itlflrgr ` -i---f - ~ ' 5Nevgfiiéflél;3ze%1g;$h§lr1in¥g3§n YSEI3 lg; tQu°"m9mbe"'Bemamm B' eu' Jr"~ '~ '¢~ ` * ‘ r “BNHS ln all Sixteen votes- No’ official west Thlrtleth su-een. Both of the pa- ¥“i°“S 1" fhiidepartmenr. On tneother Msn nu 1 Thtlllldi: Exierieneo In will re§eived by-"3° ’°"*°‘"'I*’9-`» A!l¢§'hiH-_ me mann' ngm this °79f‘3“3‘- T _ ' "E" 4 r»V1éI3.;i,‘- ~ .‘2""°‘§“°I‘ “i “`* ”“‘?;F'~ ""} ".?”‘1“  »»@mf»~»d »° Nord Brothers less- .L‘liz;:';2“.;°;s°:§.°§:.:.f..§';°”)"°° V mm! ' ‘ dnléélf l¢.’.’f1..&‘;a;&;.r¢*=2 §§::§'.f..“2.s:ls““ ¥Zi”di‘2.;‘.?Z§”...”¥“’3‘;’;..““.?.2‘ .,."*“”......"°";;@ # l ~t=oe f ' i'**” " "0 9 ," ‘ 9 PPOCHE USS 0 I 6 021' ~ Island for treatment. Late last night a "Whv have so many men been di S`}c?al*o Th¢N~ Y l- 7" *The HWS! p0Da`~0f `Wilde's'boo`Ks ‘Was ` - . ' - _ - it ¢ '°"¥ ‘ 'vi ' '9 -“" -‘ il* After a lon contest it ls sald :hat the surgeon connected with the Board of charged?" was asked. ~ S* A ' ' ‘ tw DT" mm' . "The`P|9t“"‘?-°f DOPHH GPBY." Wh (EE h Jam” G' G"‘“¥“=1“S~“¢'°€f°vll°f- '5--'U *lr 'J ."".IT£’."ff‘-'T gm-;,| dwg,-m|§u0,,' of the cdmmlssiow ‘S Htalth appeared at the West Thirtieth _" Well, you see. I have had about 160 LEXIFGTON' Ky" .N°"' 30°'“'h”° E¥"9' ‘mmense gale' UPU* U1 ¢h€}T-Ylilfg M¢Km5h§31“@K¢WUYi3mD2.Dl¢3£€Y0f L", ' f'T"§f'&'- 'rn =»» mm of OM for me Stair."a:*°§.?.°fl“§".1'r.%.:;§:ei§°.§s;§:; ?~‘2!lE'”1“°L‘;€.'=B‘?;°w?.’.{.‘*‘°¥ .Sm "°"‘ "a “gg we °af¢hf°= 1" =~ »°°=» M first »3"i»»?l€l‘31¢E‘2€1'i?;’;‘.§3he is ldl°°'°° S>===~»~° ~°°*="- 1 P- “'“=°=-- -we “f # e r" * Mayor nl tuur yearsf He is to be ineligible pany him to the home, next door. The to C0llllll3¢ the men ealoixg lnagfcltihg liggrt Ford' “Ky” he lost his balance and len was a"°""afd “Sued *ll b00i! f0rmQ 'vailtig ebuayqr Benjmhm Bi odexi' father °f fha: I`/J” ' ` " " to rd.;-le¢¢l0n_ fazélsenrcagtgl-ge lzggte;/lsg ug'!?.Bk;l¢;c£{;.x(i;iI1€,t§e. go; ggatggr oflfaag; ghd la? fo,-ces me t6 .geadloenfbgto tge rlvex-.d Hi was :tear-ly &%nsidX§?§:@t§;id;E;>::aSb¥;lgafg. & Governor-elwt. William cook Belknap; T. . _ Th _ 1 M N , l . e m Tal' y e men as( a inwd mwn or e su‘ccee ed n qatc n a ‘ _ _ _ _ . 9 _D UH ‘rellresentatl of th ld Eb sf ' ` “Q ...,..;..‘;‘Z.°“i§‘ ...“2;§.‘:.‘..*;Z;;’R‘;E. ‘Zi“.¥.’Z l“.:§::>:- ....;‘s.;1':."l1"fx....‘°z ...‘:;~;f°'r.§~.2 ;::f2.2:..¥l°e “== “~f=="~">' M "'=f»’*‘f=° I r=»‘ ‘°»°ll.°“;;*:‘¢“ ie °"'==*'°=°‘~ l... .1 .. 'f ,. 2lllli2‘lzi.;”,ls2%:§“ “ “°°“‘ °‘;°.“$‘-%2~ “°» =*=° Qs-v§”l“§?'”§.'°» W' ‘ ‘ ‘ » - " . 5 0 - _ef Was* V€l`]F SW , <BI'l _ . 3 __ ¢" Ulf ‘ _ t _ _-, _ _ _' ‘ cummlssluu ue accepted. Instead or the lefushefn gn] ~ 1 _ _ ' l Comlnissloner Keating was highly, lnaig- two hohrs fortwo men ln s, skltt to oxggr- “§'}l';’(f’;§ P5 ¢'d _ B§~¥’f15§lb4_ 2- U1!£.?iIN'g§€d9 the»"§lessl;%;' _R%8bytEr¥aF' Q; _ F; -"L . -. 1 Y fi dum kegishuve may there Wm be a Board Ur. thgmtgeibnnrmisg v;€;e_&§ff`ln?;edh§og;_e Llggxtgglhinvgs gglgbggt 1};&g)gi(;Pd1€6 gzl-se; tglcesztlgnand rescue Plgg from hisper- prose wink ,tit ESS; iu&ihZilg¢;sé£1;g;t wghilggtlle gln{l;r_wa,tm_Dr§g:_e§s .IJ ‘ ._.._,5;; H '_-.i ..<;__ 1 _ , - ' . ~ ' ._ _ _ . ~ _ . _ - . .» Sl rl y e' , _ ___ Nh ._ fig ;:iI1;rrr:J¢;rll§ tgnalsgirég og sixty members. death while others were fnghtoned and a break up the flrotective associations .af _The logcarrled Rlgg four miles dowrrthe agg' dm°“Sh till” Of G 8¥h0l"S favorite ershi of irbt. N.'§fe?l‘:5'l%:. eg! tliedgggnf 2. ‘i _ _ °....:`§‘1ff. Q ` -. 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plug. gh: nu;-iaupof Elecllgng Wm be years Frangf Japkson had driven a hack fer a Loss of Nearly $30,000. ls almost certain to' be made. if not by exclusive of' his DIKYS. are "The H5386 of g§svt£?n';x5ess ¢.o¥§ieo$%g,o%3d¢?g?§¢ Q _Q ‘ 1'_f"fETfQTf‘ ‘Q ull!!! Thguggigteot ogca Igepurtment en- between Flyomlng §tation and Camden. Ffre was discovered shortly aft", 10 agreement, by independent action on the §:*i’3;€§§3nate§-Col§redA Poems in Prose." auch purpose'.<a.nd that movements wen lg =; } ~ , , __',_; Nj? _ . ,f u"'°u~ ° ‘~`-» a¢§`°*`di"S 10 Frank Jackson. who IS no relation to Alex- - 1 ' l , mr; of one or otner of the llnes. , wa ~°“s .X "h‘"`,,Ri° U5 and 9Jl'€8~ OH f°0!`f0l` the GQHBUDCUOH 01 the _:» f z "' _ . ,Air FT ..’..`~` '25 ‘ ` ' »‘§v-.*'; tho nrogosed law. can be remowd by the d J k h d b oc ock last night on- the' second f.oor of the A new element has -been introduced into C. Shannon: Salome, ' wr tten in mam n Newbm-»»_ ~ ,_4f7.l.'?f¢ _ ti < _ §§ ¢,_ (__ _ voiozro gm! 1;%1:)r§_t&¢;r:1lr1::i=;;1o?§: md éhe xlweg-“,~;¢a§§,)n;ue,;aI;,;ra5,;::¢}(l;z:lec;; caothte-3 seven-story building 64 Grand Street. When the situation since; the meetinfln St, Louis F',§E;'hi_I;%g§U`%§gc;>}f Alllbrfy Beardsley; ' ‘ _ (lj ` l _ __ j_;§-_`§__5_<,&_»;; _4jli;_5 §` Y ._ '°§.°E.?s§‘;:1s2:.“z§ ‘;a©.§:.l;ff.°.:"'::@§“e“`f` :.s.‘:.‘*‘.*1‘s:.‘?s .la $..:.;.5:§‘;“§.‘s§%..sl% ;‘;§.§$'2’§‘?‘..§§T§’°3.°§€‘. ‘§;i..‘$a;‘1?§`..I1€§ ¥=’¥=‘1f==¥”‘??~’?;= 3953 ’53°‘*`*f5"3f'¥=35~P"*§»'?*3‘3¥` r.“L°.:~..:;l%.";%°§§.¥§l:3 “§"5'*3” `”“°“‘ZE”l*’-“°“'mt Gm# ' ~ 3 = 3 Pre' , ‘ ~ . ticket holders would be compe led to go . _ ‘ ‘ 9 - ~ ' . .____.`> '~ '-7 -.=','.¢ `¢f~ 1 _ ..`.‘ ,si V .;¢'=' ' 'g od one of the most difficult problems W estern horses, a modern upholstered alarm was sent in. The two additional and return ‘by the same route .After W"d°'5 release “Um DHSOH a D0€m - ' * ‘~‘ >? ' 79 1 ` '5 'N' - for the revlslonlsts. The flnal concluslo hack, nlckehplated harness. and other 1 ` 11 ' WSS Ublishéd anonymously, e titled “A l°‘"“"°l U"l°‘ "?*"°" .Am“‘¢°C-1" -i ' "`-4' "1 ‘f"T7" .» F-" ‘ il gauorscglnmgllengo to tgleg Legéislaguge S-ln §uuH>ment. whgh were presented to Frgnk 3na;Tia3;.°:;§}£ers;?g`c¥lE§lg1eEsI;§£e Xia; N'gl!§1el1'§Ol!l;.}:l€zr1;na1;gcif ge ?12l?ierg;godG{§§; §gH5€;>fh1;!i‘i;diIé§ Jag.; It cigaxted eiglregg with Buil¢lll!l.fl‘rn®¢I Counéur w_;`f_§, f._'f§§{§f_. .gigs §;§;»5»_ _ _f¢¢;; r- (bo e roug oar o t e - ac son. _ Y - - »'~ t f gh' bug _» _ es an avora; e'crt _ _._ I »> _ '= .; ‘.'~:__ ’ ~- _ T fi V' *J ' _=___i _‘ ~5 t or Educénlgmh and the tnrmntlcfn Edgar Stubbs. o. clel-5: ina the store of giiexrldglzgris- lmarddwork the flames. were fgigsgrgrggirgfxfnxggsmgge tg the “§_¢?ana§§‘ Iwgdis now knowqtg J-.aye be?n w,.méns§;; 5P¢¢`lt31{9 ferr Tum. - 5 gs. 431 Q 1 ; ~- »§-,;_- ____ I *IFF L: a 'ggi Q ?;€l:?lf¢f;;.raor(f§1§'r£§r'd§§;"f°fa§f §a€`=(l:§nfEé'~l1:‘lbbb§e;.;'l ’lf§;y§2f.;e§l§ii??g¢l3§g ed'1"}§gggon51:§=‘;<§>r;%?1§15;t8;(l1?'11re orislnar- ¥“f§e f§'du?l;m“°riu2»°‘§? rI§¥13~$1rsb>§°g‘1§ _ W*§i§ fvfs S1{,°‘§°“ °f Mi an “hiring d,,(§,H;?:‘§2},,mN°,,v,";)§;;`,t,.,5m5{are dhetsygfx' 'l 37" am e ronx are to v 1 g-_ a .so lu s. b ' t er t, g t . » 11919 y son eaman, ' ‘".°”'& S one eore-an I d b ~ _ . ‘ _ V ` -1 " "‘7 *"'f_3"Tf’-`--1"§ ’-‘I 7 ” go Br0§1;¥,.n fou}:.teen_ and Suielgfggd $30i) l:nn§§Sh_ M,-sf effel(-fig °R_ Driipéf-_ gif; fgcég-lt£€l‘;t0g w€;§1f%%0“»a1StS__dq{)he danxggge t0Qf;};§;‘}~f]§‘_§§ ;;tv=;°§a;;_°;§$,.eth:f¢§';l{,1f§'f ms tnl;.methwash;eted.- Hi}s Rgoaiqs wa; ceased *to exist, andflts-members wilthere- ,wg -A 1; _-_-_.fT_" fjlurz - __ _ jr.. , ; ~ cfxmon ve eac . _ of t e ustlce‘ the eace of am en, U1 G Q L. , cause y tire and ti , l ti f “aa U 0 ' ‘DRUG 101111. H d "G ‘d ft fflllat lthfth unio " . » " 7 - ‘' f” _' -9? ` " . ., ~"', - - Aeoardlng to statements made by men r€C€i'€S 59-100 il? Pl‘0D€1”I§'~ water' The thirq f1°°1‘»¢° which the flames {'§?§s|¥hg?‘l?a3ér€g b%n?1l8.§;eige§9tv?f.o the .Ferrantl," a tragic piece brieflynacted  ;, etrgads éozncn ;>fé,gdx;;;_)!g;u,;1§uu: `* f§é!1.-`T»'."§f7!f -lv '1f`,_€""f' _ '_ =;~-. Hlgff ¥ ~_»°,_,,-re 'fwgked f~»f 'he DM M- WM .$~ -;eS~ wlf@,_°z,.;;=@ ax- :.s>;;=:.%..*f.:’°°“°;°° by Beams: * “mil ~ s ~ sl ”°”§.°"°¢f.B“'~‘*~ W” =°°“;¢°,‘° b° . 5........., M... tm 1... ..,.........“'...r I1 r,% _'l1 ~ ~ ;:@;=,;~v rdf; f j3:;::f< -l aw w e repea ed if the recom- press agent at }'0!1Jl'lg, gets ,1 , pr n- ers 0 W01Y@¥1'S €l'W€8l° an ` 5 »W°" - s ere was a 06339 Yl‘iC8l H ` ' I" Tw iff - Y T1 ' " ' L' _'ff £1 mmaauons of the cha u- R ml c _ -' du' ln w ll l v n d e itle ; Ml - Shi" WMSIS- Their damaze is placed. z MANILA’ HIE ., mlalityln some oflrs posed wnl ll' d- ~- lr mud f th l and ' ».`>3 -”"f~¥"7f‘7 W” ‘- "5-»:L. e l m||l10B are adopted. 'lrher prcxiglgnl fo?-ma (i&gry5DraperF a. W!;l§i{li0W'?1§l`:)ll1ngsW0m;l: 510-009i H- A- R0fhmiil’»' Ul2lWfR0ll‘€l' gf S 0 F OF POLICE ' .ifefi H115 1'°lY°1°i- ' His fl!%§e:Ckn0(;v1e€'f§ed mxzienggce of 0,-cgmmsd ziggsdiu they . ` -. “""";`¢°”3- > 57';~7l'V L tl.: of 4 malls on each $100 of properly val- of Camden, receives $3,000. . l%d1°5 Waists- fm me fourth fl00r. lost ‘ ’ l"|9~Y»°_h°WeV9-‘- 'WS "Lady Wlhderm€re`S ' as » _ ~`§F`L$f xl "1 " 5' 9” @3104-| for uw 5a1;l_|-lego( school tea¢h€.,s~ Alexandgf Dpavger and Aveyy Draper due £0 water and srnoke. and S. Omce 'rendered tp Chief Campbell of Fani produqed 'by George Alexander at {‘gV% g~’“3l;&la53*";ST,,Tt d!l'iIl8 the life 'ot l "K ,gl 4- .i_&__§¥T) _.fn _ Wm also be annulled. It is said than the farmers, near ‘yomlng. each $3.000 h“~'}’f1`g~ W ° makes W0m€I1S WB4SlS. On st. Louiisnnd Accepted. U19 St- Jam¢S5 Th¢a_U'e- U1 14011131771-in 1893. .§ n “Stl Tn D' ' thi " lm! ,_:" ‘ _; Z.-,. < pm;-|||m, fm- the ,-9m,;,u|0n _of ,Chow sash; M,-S_ Annie Bnoke,-_ recently mar" t e fth and sixth floors. suffered slight - _ . _ _ . _andacted here soon afterward at Wallack's ms “cum W sudden the hesns ,°f bl-#DEB 1-- — Sam Wilson ( TalkContribs ) …l" "~ »‘ 12 "‘ 1975. ` teachers' sdlarles Provides that me Centra to fl mel-¢nam Qf Hillsborough. .Md., gets ’°SS by S1I'°k¢- TUG first and Seventh floors ' .Swvwl rv Th# Nw Yvfk 7`"'=f#~ . <then.Pamer¥S>' without set-tins the tbwn °'¢a""°d ‘°"°"- The I”‘1“°*"*°1*U“*°" W” .wlmc lt. ` ' ' ‘ ` 51% ' ' " "E " Bog;-d' gf Edu(-;,;|0n_ Wm, me approval 0 pmperw valued at $3_000_ and Isaac _]»ack_ of the bullding are unoecupied. ' N* 3o___Cm f t P 1 ablaze. There was .much verbal smart- formed U1 F€b!'lll'Y. bei!!! ¢l`€3i€d by the --_'But-:mf 1 £6 -"' 1 ?"" - @- !h¢ Board O! Estimate. Shall. before July' 1, son. a érocer at YV;-oming, $2.500 and Miss Whlfe the fire was in. progress the Sewer ST. LOUIS. Mo.. ov, ._ e* o ol ce nesg in this piece, and it-was no strong ac- contractors to aid than ln their eontroversy much .;%-_ s f-, ~; ‘??§-7-4 s;;.:._,__ 5 »; *_ asm. Adopt a. new salary snheflule. other- same Jackson. his daughter, $4,500. at WY est Broadway and Grand street be- John W. Campbell U! Sh LOUIS will prob- cusatlon against its mem to say tnarins “M” ‘he B°“<1"‘§,'1"=°=S C°““°‘L` A* ms' ‘ ` ' * ‘ ‘ ‘l*`E-’*“ `~*5=' Yi’ iii? ' wise the snlqries of all teachers are to be Other glfts are to follow. fame blocked and the cellars of 54. 56, and ably be the first pgligg ghfgf _og Mannalun- plot was antique and its stagecratt lnsufti- the* Induslffal .Mon Dl'0SP€!‘Bd and its l - vs '9f5l&};lu~. ;.?’.»-tiki-L ., 2'-2 .;_ I; ~ fixed- at the figures whlch prel.-glled he- l _.l-_-i Us Grand Street' WSF? Partially filled with . ' _ cient.. But its lnslncerity and diffusive- !!1€lIlb€!'ShiD |l1¢l`&&B€€l to Buch an extent Cn! ' 'HM' ‘ V. _ REE ._ !T§'_ 5 .~:~,_¢ '= fore Dec. 31. ‘18U1l. or'before the Davis law CLEARED OF $2 891 003 OF DEBT Water' de’ me CW" 3°Ve"‘me’?t' The mst was °f ness; were not to be denied. After the first ihgzsteps were taken to enlargelhe or- ;» A 1 ~~ w >1f ;_;v.-; "Q: ' wok ,.ffec¢_ *phé ¢ea¢h,,,.,, w0u|d_ ,`h£,n,fm,é_ ° » . - Earlier in the evening there was a slight tered to him three days 880. and I0-GRY he perturmance in London, Wilde aplreared on' 33 9'"'-‘“ and make “S S°°P¢ N9~U°U9~l 1114 ' .,- " l "W ~ --is = '~-11 ‘ -_'§‘=» 3 ’ '- li' l°"‘”° “°° "M by me Mm- A ,,. K ,. ig- V , . 52:22 *2..§l.a..‘;aii,'l‘@.';:.:£..*”§.§;:;°*2z§.;?°a "-“led M” “°°°1=*a“°e ‘° ’°“““°~ 1' “'“‘ ‘iw °2 me S2..$“l=“fS'=' `=‘°‘f;*<'“a, ° °‘l‘1f~‘:_2..‘z.f.;‘z~=2',~,,...'. W... bitter ... M <.. '*,,,,, - -“*"'~..,.-=» - l wi l aw, n _ qu; gg ¢ V- , e - » Cgare e, "n respon 0 a "~ " ( 1 - '? ~ _ , 5 e- .~ ‘ _ Q _ ~ _V . __ If 15 algo proposed to amd.. the Cm. ‘nw r ~ _ , _ e p r aS_ ° un Fr? by Shubkln & Price._manufacturers of hats f°=°h the Taf¢~C°f°f°*==S1°“ in three Weeks' was no; gltgggflier friendly wfg, gm ;__ nuuciation of the_contractors,_and said his I / » _ i~ ,i ‘f:_=» ~_ , .- ~ g At 1 - fm.t5._5,x .school districts nn a basls of Bankrupt Dlscharged in Phlladelpl-na, and caps. The damage is estimated at $500. when it is contidently expected that Gen. turbame good humor and assu,-ance_ #his experience with tnem had' taught hlm that " S $U¥?¥!,¥"|’-I  »?;§¢f@;; 1 SYhl10lt£0Dlé|RI|O?.tT%€ Centra; Ecard will PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 30.-Arndt K. $HoT * MacArthur will cable his approval. sel;vetl its pggpose zu giving' the piece. a Qgghligil$;*€_h‘~;°Ull‘;¥:_;<;rS£;u§_II§>;1sr;clgfbéad:wen ¢DANBUBY' -‘ _` »» `r‘< _ " QQ ‘f . o ec e llpern on ent _ _ l - ‘ . ~~ ' ° ' ml.que a ve semen . _ _ » es ro - . ~' as <=;~‘ .' , ;.. , .g 81,0 wie?" Disqm Sun,_.,igten(§`m§‘&f and Hollselceeper of Na:-berth, Penn.. was dis- . CAR wmnow- Chief Campbell fs 3 D°m°°"at' and ms Hia next play, “A Woman 0f.N0 Im_ inf; the unlonsii Chicago, increasing tis #SYS °f»@°. _ ' “ " ..¢ "~" '_" - ‘» One ofthe' most radical rhanges in the Ch11l‘$¢1i as 3 '0ll1¥U>H’Y' bankrupt in U10 L- f P , l selection to the lmmrtant post by the A<3~ portance." was HCt€'d first at the London h°“"5 '~"f 12-hlm and redvcms the W3f§¢3- qllentli' 68-"OG" . ,; _ -2. 5, ` ‘ .Q-' clmrler whlclz it is bsrlldh she revisionlsrs Unned suites }315;,-mg Court t0-d;,_y with 'Ve' ° a35°"9°"5 ' E"d3“9¢f'¢¢'l GFI mmistrsélligl is regaadedxas a recoggiutllloligga I-}aymaxgcft.I:!1nde§ Breerl-iohlln Izggegm di;-ec. fliéilértbtegtssggle ttaclltogo #ad brfacigmo gag; ‘Mews GI mor? u*. _ _ -#_ V _ _ W ropqse stones saved tth ' _.' ' : Go emocra.ceemen,w c ton.an n ew or.a te _ t Aveu ' » - -£11 a - f .  »v ~> ,,,a,.(H, which new have charge 0‘;"'|ar‘;e def liabilities of $2,891.003.S3 and assets of $.2=>. Tram Near scarsdale' stlxgongly urged his atppolntment. 'He hhs Theatre, with Rose Cogmm in the priggie cause for their fight against the " bosses," _dclencih but th _ sf 8_5 ' _ _ ggrgréenisi For anstgnce, the lpepgn-(mend It was stated that thirteen years ago, WHITE PLAINS. N. Y., Nov. 30.-As the .the hearty su§lpo’11;§1 o manytstroi;giRepu3~ paltgble Itgaizulndeéd. gi play oflno Im- ggaéighfnfggtig 3;;rgo0gg§_ uslnlg glam- by a pretty gfrl' ~ - -~ al __ ~»_ _ ar es s n e contro ed by one when Housekeeper as twenty-two vears 1 P~ M- train-from here for New Ybrk was licans as we . e appoin men 1 s ere ~ por nee, an ss _ og an, wigey em. _ S 0 a vim- our gn egefpq I " . w . -~ Q; Commissioner lnslead of a board of th - °  »~ ' usd 1 Agtormgy Jameg L_ Blau-,'g, fgmi. loyed her famousbrother Charles to at 'h 1989- _ _ ’ ~ _ ‘ _ ` ~‘ “ _ '- - flfi ' ‘ C,,m,,,,Ss1pne,.5_ as at m.,,§c,m_ There vifs of age, some frlendflnduced hlm to go on P3-S5198 8 DOIN ills!-S0lh of the 5081508316 ngnt ggund-mfmey Democrat and bggthe;-_ g`lD and lend it some sortlot theagrlcgl _ °n 1°h=f¢<= °f" ‘ 1 ' _ ' . gh; . wb' be depugwg In each lmrough "nam, me 1_1-,eip bond in 3, gigantic |-98| estate 0pe,.a_ Station to-day, a small bullet struck a. §8l1€ of Frank P. Blair. attorney for Oberlin M. -value. “The Importance of Being Ear- To PREPARE A NEW nm _the _key,§loc§'o¥9§_ __ _ L _ ___ _-.ir 4% conu-ol uf the Commissioner. The Depart- (inn, This involved the -el-e¢¢l¢n of sm Of Blass in the smoking car on the east Carte* The Bm” 31° Said t° b° °X*°“' “est-" frankly 3 far” Md fl-U! of nimble . AL' near Brevr¢tsn‘3€. Y., _ ~ ~. . ._‘ ’ __ ar, = ¥§"f_“éo;frF;“";‘S will “Iwi bf P13095 under houses in Philadelphia ajnd near~by cities. side. made a. slnall hole through it and Swely acquainted in the mmm” um ot' gltihgnéglei?‘;h§`x;1;l!gC?‘g'b%é3¥§ ?tl°ng nm of. a . . .r v ,~ The Dr-%;,?¢m0;l,f¢ &mF0::e‘Z.§‘f0rhB Wm be Pile Siglmcl the necessary papers without co'ered‘ the two passengers who were sit- lhfoggvgglfnégkypbell. ig fgrty-nine yea;-5 d§intv.andPfragil:e to suit the tgste :gg ‘seg m°u‘°'u" Bi°h°°' Almmnt ° c°m'“" York. State Depllty SIi@!'|£!»1gslL‘&ff " '~~§9 féffwfe under UW Charge °f B~S|f¢¥I9 C0mmiS5|0|'l9¥`. lllgfmilitei' lta(e!ell?l:l;fdl§rln§f“Phaet rrlsoptgigqzgt gouge ignetkgn Flsgtopvgfygtepgsrglggega gligf' old, and took an aggressive sta.nd_ against derstsnding of the -qxdinary jtheatregoer. 'mu '° Undwmkf th* W°'k' the quick-vyltte§gssl.§f ii Y 'if Wllhwl ww devuvles In 'he boroughs. nearllf s:¢_oofl.oo0, fell on his shoulders. sald he heard the bullet su-me rn ida 2 "’°" “°‘”“°° i" the "°"°“t “mm "“"“"” “Q A" meal H“sPa“d' ad"“""""'°°'°° 5P“f°1 '" Th' New YW* 7`f"¢=~ old sirl enabledhim w l-ff f‘*¥~~ lggsdglé thhe nzost rudlr-al rsrlivlslonlf In the The holders of the mortgages began pro- | the car and fall down to the flooi- sbla gt stréke. ’He § .ai :Iran of splendid Physique bgugarlllilugrghgggesAzénlggapyfatt the Lya CHICAGO N 30 A by 81 f -wmchvhe ”°w'°m°Yl- 'V ' `§- ='=.?-1-f;_ 74 jf- ' c ar er may resur n -l - ° , » s a coura. e. c . 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. _Ke L5 OSD ISIS under the city sl con- 1_nd estates ln various Darts of the United Some of the passengers said the saw a l . . qe‘lL¢;;lpa.dl1‘llratl0n' of W. $3 amused the Df°D8l‘9d by lbe b¢5f'k1l0WD 8.llth0l'iU€S On in D9~nb“r7 last m5ht'¢nd' _ .. V?" ' ` ig WI brit . Howells , M _ _ 518128-_ ___ _ _ ggglilzygé lglézians standlngnear w ere the , __ _ ° lately, various plays; slgned by otha,-s_ [he subgecg inqhgt d@n¢mlna;i0n_ Thé' _ststance of _the "Danbury ”.hau6:_ _ '35 5 L T O LD A Y Reported Rich Gold Find in Arizona ' I V Mau 'Employed at' the' Mattenwan };0;§;?§et% ‘galil Eéfilgeuallrglgglalitnggg Board of Bishops has been ‘"5“'“ct°d '° “P” “adm the °m°`3°° thief- H6.§8»¢l' 4 'F ' .» /S T Spam, to The New York 7Lim“__ ` SENATOR DAVIS LIES 'IN STATE. Opera I-louse, In Serlousiy Injured. g;l'l=i_I;¢;;arnJ"2;1t¢;“(§;lseTgr¥el;tebg2ous gusan." {’§?;v0‘:_kSp°cia‘ °°mmi5si°“ t° undertake W” f°'¥:; :fuzz gs' " ` . "'ff). §f” ’ " . . il ' ' I ‘ v - tl ' lv ' 1| same an' I ` ` ‘ ` _ ' l ~ " " ` .- J 2 . lt IX YI MA. Arizona, lfov. 30.-TOne of the Thmlsands ln St. Paul pass in Front of Specml lo he Ngw York Tunes. £13591tr‘?!’leb;.»l8i§';ank£}I}§¥iarr‘1§l‘iatzélld Mlrs. pgggngghggzpggevehgagigzt§eFto%<;x;1':§ Thpxnas. anfilpe address of Santori ;»  » _¢ * Q wma richest gold ledges ever known ln Arizona the Catafalque MATTEAW AN. Nov. 30.-With a :un duced hftnndon bv M1755 paztrick ¥~a¥n°; of Drew Theological Seminary, Chau-man; tion. Conn. An officer was dehiled ,‘ is reported to have been discovered in Cen- ~ ' ' which had been used in 3 PIBY at N16 béll. But no sensible-person has evef pei Sf C. Nutter of Qt. Albans. Vt.; Prpf. C. T. dlately to accompany the other to :. .-..» I alavlew or eooxs AND ART “ma fam mg FT' 1T“i'“;. N" 3°~-T'l°"mdS Mmm om  »=f¢»1g~f.~1=»=1»» md f° mf Mm §l';l°:::‘s§§.§.r;s:.‘szf“ S:“ls'§*%- ‘aw Sees' asm* '.:°< ....“‘...‘°.=§‘“' M “!1°“ ~  » r _ ’ ot Arizona mines. The ore is said to be grngigp ;o;;naznp=;`;;edN&?_;;l;gl: ng G°v` Slrrene. 3 young 111211. Ililwfeell' Years- °t §;nt£e yn§ra1{K'¢B?Igg:~?§ §¢r:dn%?u§;“°fn¥ff. Gragt University; W. Qllayfe of ggdikg' `arPE}:°§t, :they egsiged. [bg ta]-n_ Q ' J “L_ |NDEX`TO DEPARTMENTS fam" Smkled Wm’ me g°““ The ‘°°“‘°“~ where me bodl' of the late milled ";‘Z!.i‘2.; age' a°°memauy shot Gm" Dem" ‘“' “mes ‘° 'he ‘wk °f °““’“" ‘°’ “V 'ea' 25‘i.‘§§lT;.°1'CF'é‘1i§§f§§"3§l‘»£§f¥=l§?1‘駀'1P'?f" f°“§‘l'§‘ me “file” 'rm'm°H£lr5°'°¢m ` _‘ff Q - - ' . -i , _ ‘ _s _ - -~ S _ ns- as eonessoen; n _ ».,».._._ ,__ '~ ~-+  :f:?.:1m.““;..;z¥;. “‘:,';§‘e.;’..‘:~‘f KM =» me “:,#“=~‘~ °“::;'==‘.; ~ 8 adm. W1-de W.. hm... C- M °f 1° M my M » r . . ._ . Stocks irregular Flngnclal Agfa”-5__P.1ges ““ I - y °°p` State. Bm me" ~ D Y e °P°"' h s utter lack of sincerity and his mah". ____.i_é_ mission.-ln a few mznnlea the knpek _ ' .HJ 'Q 12 and 13. I . ment ‘york dgne for 5.,0_000. The optlon has The mam corridor of th b .I house. After t.he'_performz;nce Decker went i _ 0 master the Qechnlcal side of plgv-, f_ U D , l P ". answered by a younz gi:4,_ Whose _ aff _: _ 1 Wlhsent. No. 2 rid. T75'i»c.: corn, No. 2 mixed been secured by Ira P. Smith. Assistant drapedl Wim' crépe In th§.ce‘;lt§;ngf ‘gs to the front of the house. sat _down on 9. 1, “§‘€B'- Bly £23 }“?'Pl93»Sé!%fllf¢rRi'5' Auth" ° oo ey; ape” - vgry III’ “iff °==vf®S§gd‘='lf1°f§§°°#f " nag? kts; ' ' `l r‘ 42.2 09.25. ;`0. 12 mi. d, 2614 ,; ' _ ' ° 9 hal , d d led. Sirren f th ac Y~ *V* ‘ ' Vews 0 6 In d Sp 'lf Th 4' Y lz T' _ " e'5 up am" 5 9 lsplkd- eu . .JT - `m?3d"ng' UMC* I An. §C‘0, 1 fD§ndr<;,<ll;t;g. Superintendent of the Territorial Penlten chamber lay the body’ underneath a Cham gms; Vxgh tge guirm }§s‘?i§‘lfd_ rég' wig some of his Dlais rather effective wltg S ` ma 0 _ E tw Dr mn 'officers asked ton the man. and. at their ;~ - bum-r. Western J'l~=lmQry_ 2;¢_ Commerj _ liars. who represents Fiank M. Murphy of , deller hung wllh crepe and smilax. Sml- Deckér to go home., Only half awake the' limited f*“‘“°""‘*-_ ‘ . CHICAGO- N°V~ 3°-'Finial' Peter Dunne. request- SM led Y-11031.10 Elie UPPU' vm Ui' ,§§,°§,,§§'n‘;',§‘2S"2?f;`,,‘}.~ » E{§S°'l’-§¢‘§.`3»§f$’?§“fhl“‘.§f°§§'§‘?ff§e§?l’?,’.§“<§2 L‘?,’§h§§§“5i $22 ?§$§§°a§§1““§f2.°°i,“°’f;"d‘*{° lim' '5¥“§5‘°‘*§d §°'g°§,}§§5 ";va'°°'Y~C“““ bx?c¥k?’eEhi§:1rl‘?'i2rlel§h{”;'¥;llc§Ie1e 1€'i‘l§n$’°§£‘§3§ ““"‘°' °‘ 'he "D°°“`”" Paws" °“" ’°’ igsngogfbrgalkggfg §§`;2d'.§}‘§d$§ f§§"m-' ‘ W 7: t-". ° eane a.n r c ’ < - ~- .. » _ _ .»‘_ ...,..._._ .. W... 0 ...,.-T... 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He vias P|““K°d th"°“Sh #t2?'1d°“’ and 2808311 W "1 Court <.‘ak»nfl=rs_-Page 11 ~ _ -l-ll' its head rested an oil portrait 0f»[he deaq pmced under arrest, l » _ Over WMF' Wllfk had exercised an evil ln- taken m a ,ew days ago in me 5 “nm the woods nearbvk ‘ 5. lfdsumnce NWS'°P“"' 13 n ll ' C°"f'ff'"l‘°rExf"€'°""P staufsdn athitih foo; ily” the sw°'d he' smene deemed the “h°°"“‘ t° be “" "'°' ;l$J‘1f§i 3126 c§»‘ll§;'d°ewl?l§d Wndws mad ln me virgins 'Hotel lint later; walfnm' ' nT“?h"g metfm' thenomcers amos” V l ~_ » ‘ ,___ _ 7 a excu s s n t __ carrc |011 _ - " ‘ _ an 1 re- e 8. _ " `- 'l Masrkrnze bllntpelllgenpeegzrfil pc,-eggn Mans ;` condugleg ev-len? Thursdxsxr schtcixgu. U;l;?1nigR A double l§ne og éxal-:gm-was formed (3-lde:t's;`s?t;1r?l;r§n{ivg}£%§l€§gggkg-aiggfggé hlm with disgrace which it was nosoggggi.. moved to the'h?§pltal. by the advice of his Ising' %n§‘e q“;i9l?£€ are yiru 7 _ _ pas., 1 ~ ~ clflc¢ an Il'lhW€!iEl'l't Llne. 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