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?Boosted toter aud takea directly i.> tho i> stnet-Atur
laepoeter Byrnes weal dowatowa soon aflat noon,
niter Metal IBO lee! el the pi i*o,ier* on theil way to the
tMstrtet-Attonmy** oBba Ho retaraed before 3 p. m.
snd i md lo* elie! no! Hunk the remaining wai raul vt aaid
be lt'D^ uaeovved, Mr. Bailly*. lt was audareteod,waa
runniiii,* about town lu search of bondsmen and wouiJ
be fo.in 1 befon* evening.
ul Vi Mi rt til. UKKouk BBCOBDBB SMYTH.
Pheils nnd Say les. ibo vanguard nf the arrcstod Abler
re- . arrived st thc District-Attorney's ntllce be-fore ll
O'clock. Shel's. Ibo iiuterritled u-aler of tbo .TclTer
aoalaa Democracy al tho IVth isoomhlj Di*mot, who
by virtue* of owninc several li iuor stores has usually
Succeeded in helog elected eveu if be gels no regular
pany nomination, was especially anxious to obtain tits
freedom Ile is a typical Alderman ortho baser sort
ll' shining silk bat and Mik faced overcoat und long
Prince Albert coat ware miaplod to attract tho n.ttnlrn
Hon of Ins constituent*, while lils low hTOW,
thick, protuberant lips and coarse features
?Bowed tho Ideal keener of liquor Hore* In doubtful
leealltlce, Hlodoetrele -care imaae-t.ate lloarty was
BO.strim. Hist ho would not ll*!en to his counsel, ex
A*sl-t.tnt District Attorney John O'llyrno, who had rc- u
OOtVOd from Juice Andrews a writ of habeas eorpoi and
Bodied to take the ex-AMeeasea Immediately before
lodge Barrett m the Coast nt Oyer and Tormloet and
there learn the particulars of the charge against Ins
ev i i. Shells was afraid that this method of proceeding
Weald involve delay and Insisted on giving ball.
Hu uffeicd as ins ie,ii, isman Michael Mulry, an elderly
man, whtiuWUH ihe. I Vilod Slates Hotel at Far Rocka?
way, which he va u-a al $300^000, ai.d ii large amount
of Bthet MM estate. He ts considered a milli.iiia-re and
lil* security was accepted Without Uilbcuity. Sayle*
lound in lils brother, BolaoMO Sayle*, tuc bulcher,
tu net cpliblo bondsman ami tbo two
ix Aldermen sud their liondsmeu wero
latckly rea.iy to lie tagon before Beeetder smyth. Bead
Clerk A illiani N. 1'eiiucy had enter, d upou Ibe moil nu
port en l day in tho history ol lils aeimrl unlit til the olin e.
Ali the iiuini*iiia'ii woreearsCally examlaed hy District
Attorney Martins himself, but thc- prc pat atina of Ihe
bonds, rciiuiruig in some cues the making om of several
?ia;, me nts of property ami tetoreet* lo property, wai
li -.. - ? ?; to Mr. Pei.livy, und thc $276,OOO of security j
oldaine I tu the emirsc of the nay wa- rog Stored in inch \
a stay s* lo wlo theoommoodatloq of the leMetriet-AA1 I
He corder .Smyth in his court-room iti Fart I. of UM
Court sd Qegera! *-i:s..ons was i>.i-.;.>- engaged all day iu
tlie trial of criminals. Ile hal issued iii.-warrants for i
thc Aleiermeu ns a eomuiitiiiig magistrate. While be
was taking the p.ea of a POlO-Od mau he vm_..s Ititorrapted I
by tie Hill.ince of Mr. PoBBOy With |
tho first batch of bonis. Shells I
aod hie milllaoalre besadssaao caine Lrst ead Dcpu |
Citrk Edward ll di, standlag acer oas aide of lu* desk,
administered the oeth te them Bhells'ealr af bravado
was *,.iue what dub rent from the half-blushing re*;i*?.?
pc**- ol Henry U Baylee,who siood with ins head hewed j
down a* be took tnt-ti uh. He was well dressed, stout
aud preeperaoolooking, aad ins thin bair was carafolly
bl Dilled itv cr a bald Opel on the top of hi* heal. Ul* I
taller iii ntl.cr stood bolide him ami swore to the correct- j
ness ni ins i.vi ii slateaaaato The appearanos of tho
first nf int- cx-a: bi moa exalted nun b attention in court.
?jut 1 itel on the act used oilicial* tamo so frequently that j
tiu-ir preeaaoe searcelp excited comment among lbs
?i ect. lairs The a atonal ei tho bouda iu eaeb asea wea j
$ 2."'.()i)i), the same ee that requited la aach ai thc. cars
Sgau.s! Jaehne, Kir? and Pearses.
TboaiaoCleary. tbegray?baired laaltarat tho Eqalt* i
abie ),milling, was the neil to appear In coull. Hu face,
wbal. i* ceii.M.iutiiiiiaiiy smiling, could not forge! t
habit ai, I ne Miuli .1 iuui bin-he.! as he looked Bl ' ? ' ..
Boll, who greeted many ot tba AMeraaMi with a _ti ..- ,?
of the band as al tbs amelias of oid aequaiatanc
(geary's boudssaaa, sherie, p..m.ly dressed and lacon- j
Spil.l'i'.K, lest.Ind lo OWBlBf sollie hlllnJli-d V. ?.-, I
dalian? worth ul real setate, meludiug No.-. .', ll and 13 . ]
Captain lionls Wendel, the owner ol Lion Park and ol ?
Sf u i il "hotel* " in v.u iou* pa:'.- of the e lt. .vV) I ol ? l
?adaths acquaintance ot Mr. Peaaey when be t i
heads bimeeU lor an accused constituent, it arrived
tl the cut room. He le tall with dark bair and eyes, He
BM noi *? em nervous Huh tndstn in,Bi ri .e. I K ir?ch,w ?*
ace e, ;c i aad took t.dh lo tbe preeenoe ol thi liv
em i-i- Then eoe after tno otho: fullowvd v .er
Slid : idSOBOB
? . i:,, .i . ame foi thi rn -: part In ;? ilrs, ri I- ' '
lng tr carrtai es, h tviosj with tbem In ever] i ase thi ?', ?
t ros whe hod made the arrest Tbey glided quickly : '
lalo tbi variaos rooms, heiog admitted by private looi 1
Tn* rooms ol Assisiant District-Attorney* Nicoll sud
Fitzgerald rerei land tbe overflow weal Into
the a Ijoiatng !'?: ui. ol Assistant Dlstrtct-Altornej Purdy, i
fdr. Penney went hurriedly from one room to the otbi .
sud bon Nen. ii aad .'iieiuis o' the snooted men thros
IMMCVUI VT- QnCgl Y I "i il" VP.
While the caril rj used men and bondsmen l
were rnaktag theil -.:*;ts to the Becorder, and the (
lioii'U wne I".:..- prepared for others. Assistant I
District gtl rneys Nicoll and Davis, withe? .Idermnn '
Waite * .-lithe iop ti., where tbe Grand J
meet, and went before tbat body. Here Mr. Waite re* i
peate - - I with s ,n ewbat greater ',, nt u lb in on l
previous oeeaslo - He * i> * wbal be ins to - iy in a ' !
Convincing war, lu* iiiaiu.er being described .es sije- ,
parently straightforward, il* gives detail* and lnct?
deni ' it teem to itrengtben his story, The J ry also
consulted what Mr. Martins ususlly call* the "doco
. y evldei re," cons it rgely of ibe le I
taken before the Renate Committee. The OrsndJury
did not hesitate after baarlag the evidence, hut Imme?
diately ordered the Badlag of new ladtetmente. The
Oflie* li,id gone, hs Mr. Ni cell said, so
extenslvelv late the Aldermaole bribery business
that nie- farm e>f li nc t ii. eui ii se,) in th" eases of Jaehne,
K,i~ iud Pearson bad been printed and o
ba I lo b a i uti ii In .* each ea?e wss dtspot ;
Indlctiueut charge* tbe agreement to receive i
iu ide ? n August -v : ** i, an 1 t;..- amount named lu eaeb
tudu tmenl it- t-".'.
Ihi i rtlj ex Alderman of Ibe Vlltb A sse !? -
trict remalued fur nnai y t i i houri wltn the
Jury, while his foi uer associates iii tho Board continued
to make their trips in tha elevator from Mr Ma
lo ihat In v. b i Ile* rder Smyth's c
eltusted. Next to tbe martial form of Wendel, captain
of tim Pim Separate (om pany, tame that ol
i ,3 McCabe*, formerly e.f Tammany 11*11,
who via* aol renominated a* A term au,
and is ?* (ninny Democrat Ha bad
as bondsman John T. Farisy, builder, who, although
only .-?.".('?ii) of properly wai i rationed
iy:.'.' ,'"?", i ni ei a m..,i r, it i? ni est at* Before he could
be stopped. Arthur J. MeQusde, with a smooth face
and loosing younger tbsn bia years, entered tbe i .
with s,a-e-ia bondsmen who hod dil ide i am ? -i I h ra bu
I--, - ij f agreeing to produce the ex-Alderman
Tv-i.i..t..1 Jury entered tho Kccoilci's court-room
Oboui 1 ?". an : n.e foreman handed up a ne a: b in Ile ol
li. .ii ii., -.*. There weie- twelve of tv-*.- pupers, j
ll.ey related lo the ,\ .ktermea who were charged witu
i : ... l ? :? '?? .- i Indictment agaliisl tx \ lerman
M...(i, who had como voluntarily from Flor?
ida. The Recorder look n ' r.-. . *s mid
Bte in derk .-park's ellice bis usual
frugal lunch of applea and ererkers, ll re tbe Duffy ol
?"D ml> ville," Harlem, foci nd bim iv hen with Hue , ou IC?
BM? be wsa prepared to give ball sud be released
Patrick Parley, wtth a thia lona mustache hiding bli
upper lip, had been anim is.biala ial I early, but ll
Waa some time before John Cl. Cllllg, bl bondsman, ?
prepared to complete the bond. Then itont.long bearded
Fullgrall fueiii ibo remoter preotaots beyond Uarl
gave bli bond willi four luretli
?? Honest John" O'XeU. of the iii: District, c. s
Owner of o modest borne in Centre-su, was almost the
lest to give itali.
The eiwd In tho corridors and Inner offices had
been Israel] oleared ,*, ono after tbe other of
i rx-Aldermen secured ball nnd left tbe
bunding taking tbeir fr.en.is WU I u.om, usually lo a b ir
room neal bvto celebrate thou release. Mr. Mir.;:r
bael inn .eft his iib'? all day and ? * somewhat tired
when ex vidc-i'! i'i Frederick Flnek, who thougnt lt ni;
"a bash toke," entaresd the olbee under arreeL ile hui
Secured two fmen, wi between I tem ti e
n . i'i responsibility. With him tue iistof arrested
Aldermen wi* finished for lb* afternoon and the Be
corder left tbe building soon af ter admitting Flack to
Newcombe appeared as counsel for moil nf
Ihs I men, though aeveral of them lr,: special
eiiui.B- ??! P. Fitch, repre* tl .. Il p
pert, the brewer, wai Interested In some of ibe Aldei
i. rbi net!-- force st the DIstrlouAttoi ey's office
was busily engaged ail day mid Mr. Martino and Mr.
Kleol left tbe building, expressing tbemsoivei rearled
by their exertions. . here are ao otner arrest* ol Alder?
men, unless it ls tbat of Reilly, expei tr i .t present, and
H any evidence ls secured against tbe bribe-i rersl eic
wi., probably ool be farther use ol Itjust al ,
lue Ad, ru >-ii ai et ex-Aidermeo may ne called on to
pie, d io the ind ct-, eu ta in ,i day or two.
IM IliKMR IN MB, MALIINK'-e Oil ICC.
Waul polltletai i, n.i ii about town, lawyers, fr.c.cl. or
petty ciimniais wi.use cases were on the- eal! ll lar, burg?
lars, pickpocket* and thie\es. Indicted Aldermen, de
tic-...' -fi.-tav- nod aewepapei reporters formed a
miscellaneous throng that dulled lu and oul of Ihe
brow natone bunding ai: day, i ne atmoephi. c n.,?thick
with loboeeoomofee, aetwithstandlag the notice Bailed |
up iu fnur dlffereot pails ot tue District Attar
Bey's rooiue, ti.ai smoking is "positively j.m
hibited.' "Tommy" Shell*'! ruddy face beaded
wiiii mulei. IL abai Bal es. who male ute
tbe first carriage-load brought down from Pol ee Head?
quarter* ge,! an undue shara of attention. Sayles, prob?
ably from modesty, remained most ol t..e cine in the
room of Mr. Pair.-, hui -io-.I* rushed about tba building
no If. Ineteed uf being a prisoner, he v,.m ''bossing" b
W.t! . i'll a: J . I fi Ii ? tue.-, ic*.,' | |I,.|,|. ,',, i^.-, v. Iio was
Supposed to hove " Tommy " In custody, g"i tire.i of
ti g about after him aod sat dowa. Police Justice
Wh l* sauntered lota lbs lMsti let-Attorney h iooiu an l
i i mored shells at the door, 'lue iao i_,en bhuok
band* wal miy.
?? IV s vee.atbc I.'' rcmarki-i! Mr. White.
- i. n-ly I Lovely ! " replied tbe ex-AMermaa.
a ra ii Byan, who isoccoeded Hbeils rn ih" Board
ol ii ti. m. i vm.'i i? ie, ii :? ii* ? rom my's maa,"
c. ii., early ead grasped ins patron'! baud oilier
f from the i oiirih Ward were ou hana lu goodly
-i I* ai unfortui itoal lr,Msald Byan to a reporter,
'-.i,.' i woald rather oat asp anything about ll?"
' I : ate OOthlOg lo *iy fiirihcr Ihan 1 um *i i 1 il la
ii" > - issi Bad ii-? threateaia' le over," seM thetis.
" I ju nut surprised al ll foi I have been looking for H. 1
*su .ioiniug to a ....p.am o'. 1 have lura-ibed uiy bunds
,1 l ,i u st.yni around to go on tlio bond of any lithe r
or tellow who wants IU"
Moat of tho arrested men looked p'.SSasd and happy.
ley grasped ti.e haadaof oeou ilotaai un in the crown and
i.e.,?J IsikeO sn I sui,l.-d. *>? lien Shells nnd Hayles wore
iBigaod bcfnra the Baoorder a Jaryasoa who woo ea
grata trying on neena!! case oad had not heard of
a- arreeia looked at lbs pris mers and naked, who they
sro, He expressed sstonUhmeni wi,cn told they wi io
.lei men of 1 B8 t.
?? Them fellows,"" sold tho bones! juryman, **aet Ilka
BO Mg frollo they're on. but li,ey Will wake up to us
lng nu toke aftei aa i....
?? put " I irley <? '-.v. rood a ith Ms friends In Cue corri
r while wiitin, for his l-.tll liond t<? be prepare 1 "I
iVen't got unvll.itig to sst- except that I have no favor!
ask i theo's my nail," lie said.
Parley's ball was not scoured wlthoat some qualms of
ns. n-'it,-e oa tho port of bia boodamso, John Utoorn
Ulg. Tue latter l? the manager of JoOOB Uupi-ert's
evvery and a brother-in-law ta. Mr. Kttoaert ll" re
n-ste,i Mr. Fitch, the eoonsol for Karil y. tord'U the re
.rt.-rs the reason be went po Mr, Kai hy's bond.
" Mr. Ollltg," *>Bld Mr. 1 Ken, " is a noll mau, in ives In
,..i soelety and think. lt proper to eflhr au
pinnalioii lo the pul'l'c, Wheti Curley sr*, arrested
1 lent ward to Mr. Buppert or the fact with it request
at he goon his bull. Mr. Klippert wal absent, and a*
r. Carley bad for twelve yean been a largo customer
tho brewery, buying Ruppert*! beer i-xchiMvely, Mr.
lltg deemed'lt an aet of common lustier, If nol geno
slty, to go on their OOOtomor's boud."
It was htgh-i'iion vhen Detoeave-Sergaeal Von
r-rlcht.-n towed into tho building Hie lr.isclble box
Hkr-r.-f Pulloo-et., -adelph A EulTgroff.
" I-'ullgruft ought to Ire happ. at lasi," remarked ex
laerablymao " Jobiinv " < lurk. "He's gol his wish
?iitifl.-.i and been orroelod."
" .Mr. Cn ll graff," s no Detective. Vo-i (lerlchten, " was
re-ted by me In tbo parlor of i.l* bouso al One.bun
ed BBd-Sllty-Bfth lt. and Di iinonien place. lladldOOt
mw BO) sui pt si, bat a.ked to be allowed lo I.ave a, np
coffee befftrs starlin, as be hal lt'. I no breakfast. Of
,'ir-so I lei bun havo Ibu oolloo He ha* not bad his
Ki; ll-ralf tt a. nm bun; In seeming lils bull and lie
ieedlly left ih-- buil.iirig and made a bee line for ii Pars
OW le.t.t ir.'l?
" Gtas'me e reet for to-day," pended Arthur McQaada
rBfdy to a request 1or his opinion of the condition of
"My son." said Alderman Clear*-, ss he stood walting
ir the etoVBtortO Uko him and his boiiditnan before the
ecairder, ?*I Bara nothing to say further than thal I
ive furnished bail."
" I mustn't talk," said Wen iel. "You must see my
inned, Mi. Newonibo,"
?'I !,.,ve in.?.lilia, lu say," said Duffy, the "Prideof
ailem," previous to Ins iiiTSktgBBMB
It looked for a tims as if (('Ne!! would nor ta able to
tlend the regular meeting of thc Hoard <>f Aldermen.
ie ui,, I ("cai v, bot li members of thc pie sc nt Hoar I. w> ?;.
linn., tin- tits) Brrivols al the District-Attorney, ofllco.
ul while Cleary got ball early and joined Hie luwruikeis
I the (dy Hiill, it was nearly .1 o'clock beforo O'Neil
lill;, d tata the AUIermen'i Chamber.
"Mr. Martie*-,*1 said one moo, "will lae it lung time
laking up to tho ruy the 085,000 be permitted togo
way m Hi" person of Dc Lacy. That Was an oat rage
db piece of business, De Leey, the worst. Bah ta the
rheta pud.h.. of Aldin moo, possibly ex?rptlag Jae!,ne."
WHY TBE ABBX8TB WEB1 MADE
I >, st t let-Attorney Mannie WOO un vt Hiing to talk much
iro-.it Hie nay's work. Mr. Nicol! said thal the action lu
rresting the Aldermen had not been h?OtO?od by an BX*
BOted dtoolosara of Hie OV-deaOO for thc prosecution ir.
se Joohoe eoee, eoBoeqaent apoo the Re onler'e oetion
0 the motton for a bili of portie?lore, for tbs reason
hat lir-i'.i''der .-hiv th hod intim i ed io Laawrer Now*
omh*< that he would deny the motion in au opinion to
e rendered to-day. "The District-Attorney, ho con -
ulled, " ha', ile.-itard to Wait, if possible, uni ll nfl er Hie
il.ti of our, of lim Aldermen before a:i?*fi:i_ a Urge
h.inlier >.r tin ni. Bal lu-bad depended ob ooouronees
ii.il Uley would rem un for ihe pre?int in tho oily OOd
abeu In. found lhat one nf Hiern bad gone he found lt
seessary C> net at once If he di l not wish to lind some
louring toot more of tho Alder?MO had sought refuiro
ii ( .ui.ilii."
?? li not the departure of I... i. icv unfortunate r
" It li certain!) unfortunate. Bal wedl- not hive on
iiui*day or Friday qui le tue .:>me art lenee as ws boee
ow. lu foot ibo eoso against bim ls nol quita os sti >ni
i against tbe ol ..irs. foi, u^ \r- understand. Lo dealt di
pell) with Keenan and not with Moloney."
An ofh.iai eoBBooiod with the pt?sscouon oold that
'.'? wai k of collecting evidence bati been v i rv gi.-:it and
but tho preparation and arn.__etneul or lha anon bad
eeo many Huies greater than tu the somewhat compll*
nted w or ; ooma, rhnre wc il I be eren greater ? iflic il y
u proving anything aga ms; those wb i g.iv. bribes.
1 .,.? i...ii.|. are In tue amount ol $'_,'i,*J Ml each to secure
he attsndsnoe of the lefendanta to answei to nay In*
f.:..,-. that moy he fouud ognlnsl ibem- rho bonds
In tbe case of Thomas -in.!,, of Bo '>"? Piki rf. Blob .'
i ti., fnll ai.;
ui andi 1-. .it.' .iu mit ul ol hei real eslattt, K..r
linrv say I es. o! Nv. I*J tv. ?? lorn -moimi. , -ul,.inuit
? vie* bnielier, So, Hu Wei i li . rn. -i roll amount,
?h. .ui- . ! -arr, ul Nu, ???_' l .
rn* No l? f . mm.
?v . ? . iii .i Wo. i urn mirth.s i
- ' ol :- o ',_?'. i ? _ i'-l.. ave.. J ulm 1.
Sintli-avi - i.l'lMi. Kt
??: ty, No.l .'. I i-l " ".? -.iud
.... . ri i _.. | i .V -Stt. Illili -I -1" ll ll U- ilia u - .'I .
.'?ulna- Hogan, of Na - '(i i u-t I iltr-ni -
tn. i In $.'?() u, n_ | ,. ,: .-, t ii ? it pl 5
u o I ..: A. :h ir J ... . ..; I u i J ir
? Ul u f. lobU ?'('< i ? t ' . Nil ' '?> '. i ' ' Ste
.i ii ll. . ; r, No. Hit, Kant I un i" i ? I. I
? ? v i i v ? :. '?' I), inls m.ti, No 1 l
':'-!. .(Hill; Olid
.-,:, i ,i,r i, .,ili *t. i rle, \... ] - p,n .1 . John
i. Ililli ,'. Ilia - ? ' - '?.'!, ?' . lull :.
l-tllie , ni i S.I*. '. lu, .lull u t.'S, ll, \ ?
-: . J...P Dolli, v. No :: in 1 ..v.ii_r.,:i ;-v, .
instilled ni t ? .un .. .mil 3ohl, i ii .
' ! I. a
? ?;-!.? - Clrarlcs Joni
,7 \ . i: ' ; av, - '.- DO ,i.~ Bl I III S .: I I
bi ? . Nu ' 1 ? it...),, t .iv. .. linet] - ?
anthony McOwen, Clerk ofi e Xth District t'nurl No. Bil!
. . . .i r, ? r., - .I, ii ., i. . ::. -..-... ?> 1 ..? 1 lc i
iii, k, ,, .,,. p. i Idrids st., **b I tt. '. i Ki r
yili at., Ol . . n si. r.o.i in -? ... .... ;| nu i,,.., i-i- tr
.o .."4 i ssl J l/ly i I.. In *l . .-ri-.u IO, . uetlli. I :n "... .' 09,
Vi Ha I lill. Al UK KM I ,\ .-AV.
\ "u. .ri i ah} \T.is taikmg With a friend in thc
iqultoblo Itullding Ina! cveuing when a Tn ibi ki n
I, H1 am really glad IhU thing boaiup
tened," i.- said, " f?: now we iball I ..v.- u 11,... .? to say
ometiiiog ta our own be half. For weeks pa ii
teen all oortsol ti,: . shout whet v, is going to
tl lie parl nut; bal bern e . , ly ni
ioj ng. ('i ioni-.- I iblnfe wi'ii Mr, she - th
rln ..? ; i.. . ? din i'- ind all thot, bm v, , .
be use of growling ah nt lt I lt's dom ami we ii isl
mt up with lt. So far as tbo Inspector's and li
marney's treatment ol u. i? concerned I have not mug
lari '. thor unod us ns well ns coull lie nuder
mo s. i could bare given <kl ,0(?o.(
f iieee...,' > . i lui im. (han I it amount oil rel inc"
??Do.ton intend t" resign >>-.u chairmanship ul the
lallroaii ' mutitltlee I "
gu I Nol a blt of it.
kV liv Should 1 I What lute I .'.one I I wis sleeted to
represent Hus district; I have done so faithfully ta the
,r:*-t and i Intend to da -.?? still. Nor .io i intend
eave of abs nee, oo Mr. Jaebnedid. N ,???.? bas i roi
ictus.ie of doing anything crin i its dido _
oby 1 shonld oe! as ll th*j liadorosifl .
Sons of my eonslltuenti have ever nii.i..: ..
I iv. yon to <r*v about \\, ? ?
"Oh, Waile. In n._, opinion aud thal of buiidn ?
tiber people la Insane and not responsible for* t
. ' ::. in'l o Ito! 1" vc irs have heel
ts, I .nu ioirj on my fan '- lhat lbw
iffalr bas happened, bul I will pr .v.- iov inn..nee lo
?i-f... on of ibe public. No mon eyer dared
., , irh me to influence aoy vote 1 bore -? r cast for
k.ik and ForieT wen ' I e latter's barroom,
Na 131 Bowery. "I km i resterdaj thal sre were
. ? ult.--tel io-lay." said i.r,le-., "and i ncc I
ot surprised wneu the detectives mod il
pearanoe this morning. You ace rr I had bc
ta, bow easily I cu 1 li ..-,?-',)?.:,..,I. Bill lo tell tbi
truth, I ora glod that the arrest-* have been ms
that the coses ire to ge Itefore the On ' I ry. where I
.? . .. :..;. st.; befon I is pilbil ." -
"Yon think tba! yon eon disprove Waite's rhargee I"
??oil, 1 don't know onyihtaa about B dla nor wbal he
lia* -u: I, ai.U I uni sore he knows nothing nlaoui un ot
my offal m. Why, I never scaroelj spoke to th. man. lt
balbeen very anuoylng the w.,v ti, * thing bas I.n
The ex-President of thc Hoard waa net ta o panton
laxly bapp) frame of mlud, ?? arrested to
doy, be said." were t:th.-n ta th. mon.lng, wben they
hud .?cfi.ii,.?'? to pr.ire bmi, ii il I w.,s arirsti-u _t
Ulgbt wi,en ll was iou late for me to lind .t I. ri .
Hoi I i.uow wii.tt dui ii. 1 ki.I,.,; it waa i.Ucl
thal cause, me t" ne pul Into ihe lock-up eel . Nevei
mit d, tbonrb : hiv, turn wm . onie in due t me ?
Mr. I"ii 1 git fl went hoiti." eur Iv rr, me afton) "i-i \u
intimate fi lend of h:s sold : " The stilt- mi t.; | abllsbe I
t-i ons of tbe morning pipers tani Mr. r
going to 11.rn State's evidence ls altogether fa.-e."
Duffy ..i.i. "1 am feeling nil ii.hr, my dem slr,
Icu i i ...,,'s .a. if I w.is I I iii* don't wor rr rae a part lela,
You'll ooo bow i'll cou., oul '. .i.i I don't want lu
f... u . -ri iv. lu a , i bal fur me."
rn., k h.*. b?en the moat potleni dally lt tenei
of a.l tbe Aldermen ur ex-Aldcrracn
before fl." Benate Railroad t'tmmltree, \t ca I:
session bs bas beoo on hoad wltb tne call
ba ri celt ed foi Hu famous ',' a, in. mei Hu
August 30,1894. Tbe envelops shows thal tbi I tl :
waa mailed al ll a ra. and mat it did not res
i.lillie., ofl.ee ,lilli, 1 p, m. Thc l-l- I.,1.1 mal, bil! IU
.. mis - -? iong poll ?
eerted all along hla innocence of bri ir. He ii |
teated Iii the same rein yestordai
j.o-i.i:i- visited lu* conn-...', office eec* rdh g te i
bot wben ashed vvimt he though! ol ti,.- -
present. b*s a i*e,i bis hand gracefully ami answered
" , bare nothing to ?.iy "
I X- \ 'Iel Ul.Ill Rel! I '.'.l-',.f four, I ye.'
was reno ie.( thar be would rlsll i is Dist I '.: oruey'
ofllco flu- inoruing s nb ti ls bon I ? , .
DEFALCATION IA lill: sc, HARBOR RANA
\!"-'!i exoitcmenl irMcnBBa?d in Sag Harboi
I. I., on Mond .v. vi io-ii h was ra ju rta d that Richard ll
Hai; la, ;..c -i ii, :.,ii and tres Uarbo
Beringa Boah, woo o defooltor la f6,00tt ai ,.
tbo people living in Bag ITarbor and ta tbe sorroiindln
eonutrj .vi, depositors ta tbe bank, rho deficit In th
assets was discovered bj ~t.,ri Bank Examinei liicban
ton, wbo arrived in r-ax ll er hoi u. ? v peeled ly last Thur'
day. He found that Mr, Harris bad made
?-I, I...* a.ui i,.ni devoted nearly ?B.<. to h.* ow
usc. Tba sum that be hod abstracted was fat to*
io Injure Lo- soundaesi of ths boult, huton .
... tbe dirt i tors bad ft-_ie.;, moor .i i :..? depu .t
cann* frightened end lt wai leolded u .* . ai
a** iring iii" drposltoi i that everything wai ?ile
Yesterday farmers drove d,-., b ig Hoi
Holt)}' nf Hi' iii had resolved to draw o it tu
bul oo seeing tho prlolod stotemenl ol ti,
officers II'-'1 "'?' bank brui a Surplus I
f*)9.000, the majority of them were *,nsne
iu .eave their money in deposit. Tbe s in'ie s ira pel i "i
?... i.s.- tl.nn B1O.OO0 an l the bani was ' il ? al I :
meet thii. run. .More than |3.00U wos deposited darin
the doy. fha fun.is ol tue bank ure _? pi with tl
lt iii. .men'-. Rational Book and the Moreaatll
Ti u*t < ...paiiy of Hus city. I be bunk wa. loeorpol als
in 1'-?.') ,m,I I. lulo.l ks olio of the safest lu thc Mist,
Harrie hoe aot pet boob arrested hal i.? is kepi und.
Burreillanea, lie was one of the toaaiog members ?
too Bag Harbor MetbodUt Cnoreh ami wiu soperlntei
di ut of tho Hiliiday school. His -t-litry WOS eal] 1'.,''??"
lint lu- lived wilina hla Income, tho defalcation MIS
'.: i, i; t ......t. ll la aald, by lus.es lu speoulallou. He 1
Uaa-rled and has three oiill-ren.
CHA RUED WITH 1XTSST Xfi DEFRAUD.
1'liIl.ADKI.I'HIA, April 19 !Si>erial.)?Jui\n
l_i.ii._u. ..oe a healing (bli atleraooa m ibo case '
John F. Holloway and James M. Holloway, of the Sits
pended finn nf Holloway ltn.thers. carrying on the gram
conini'ssi,t, business at No. ll RxohoOgC Building, On
eomplalal of Bitch i M. it meeek, ohorgfag them with in?
tent to defraud tin lr creditors. Cooneel for t.i" creditors
saked tho bindliig oviii ul thc defeadaeti under the lenna
of the fraudulent debtors net of [*W8 Pbe lodge i
s"i red his doctrine until to-morrow. Menu win ie ths de?
fendants wera boob held in i?_.viti bsIL
.1 PLEA FOR ISDUSTRIAL EDD ATION*
L'BOIHQ ITS IWTBODCCTIOW IH PUBLIC ICHOOLB?
WHAT OBS AS'tDClAilov HAI ACCOMPLISHBD.
The aimiiiil araetingof tbe Iiiilii--tii.il Educa
Hon Association wei held Vst evcatog la Association
Hall, when .1 large audlon i ?ti aeeembled. In tho
abseaceoftha president o' the aeeoclatlee, Oeneral
Ale \ai..1. 1 & Webb, M'lirls K. Jeeap took (ho chair. He
mid it few words In opeiitngtlic meeting and then Cul'" I
upon c. v. Morrill, who ri ad the anana! report. From
Huh report it appears Huh tb* Moiety was ergaatsed
two years ag i wlih ibo oajoet of promoting manual ami
industrial train uk liy disseminating Information relat?
ing to lt | by sociiriiig Its Inlro luetioii Into schools of all
grades, and by training teachers and organizing classes
lu special branches. The elana * taught during thc put
winter Hilder the auspices of the association have in
eladed a total ed l.oni papns. Through Ihe elli e mach
"valuable laforsaaUea has I.a gtveo eat and a large
corre-sp.iiidc-n.-e ll maintained." After John S. Husslng,
th.-treasurer, bael road bis report, th.' HOV. < Jorge I.
Ci.uioy, of Atlanta, ii.-,, made a few r-iuarks. Ho said
I was flnt lesl to this subject from in moral nip'-ct.
No man lu my pr-'feisiou whose bell ii kepi ringing fr.iro
morulug lill night by people who are. in a ho pol 000 state
of Hillery because, they nevor WON lOOffbt to do nny
thine thai anybody wanted tu have done can lose light
c-f lue loee'ill :,*]l'*e-l lef lilli ll * t r 1 a I I'll' 1001 ion. Hut the
inbjeol l ..* immense Importance from an Induatrial polai
Of View. The dividion of labor ha* '"-eu carried to such
au extern thai li bennies ibo Intelligence of tho worker,
snd lt Isnur duty aa educators te give the meehan!, a
broader training From an educational standpoint t'e
Importance of proottcal Illustration ami experiment ool?
oo! be exaggerated, for of what we learn 1 believe tbat
we rrnie-iiilicr only what wen*,-. 1 baVS been Wont I)
say Ihat I have known of three real educators. They are
President KHet, of II,irv..r.i, Oeneral Armstrong, of
Hampton, and Waokforxl nancers, who taught but boys
to ijiell ? burse.' and then told tbem to gei and rub bim
down." 'Laughter.', Mr . ( 'nancy we-nt on to s iy tbat
indinma] educationalist* do not combat literary educa?
tion. In regard te the ooarnoo Sehools they nonfood mr
iiui" more than the addition of laboratories tar tho
ll loit ration of the prtnclpleo of science wblch aro ioho
parks '.ohs in inaile a long sp?o.ili wblch li* brought to
a elo?e by asserting tbat labor was king and by urging
his hearers to cr twa the new mooan h. rheas remarks
elicit' cl seline scattered appian***,.
jame--McAllater, 0op?riateBdeiit of Public Instruction
at Phlladelp ie. prefaced bli remarks by saying thal the
schoolmaster li doing more fur tho advancement of
Blvlili ui.'U In this city than thou- ofHoiala who are now
skulking flem: Ihe night of the she-nil nf tho county. Mr.
M, \ i?tei : lu ., - lowed ih il one of the gu-.in".di of
today ls the Introduction Into all sehools, boin public
and pnvate, snrh training as wil Ht boys sud girls to ito
worser*, rms is one ol tbe leesons ol the pr asea t labor
- ,c ol inc best, if not thc only solution of the
<! ".'?*?? in is to be fi'unl In the MhooL
In Philadelphia, sahl the speaker, in ron
section v. un the public school! Ot,OOO girls
,?? :.i ighl lo mw , th'-re fa an Industrial arl school, sad
coordinate with Ibe bieh school* there is a mann al train
lag school, Ai tbs bottom ef the whole ai stem are
twsniy-flv* free kindergarten*
Edwin P. Beaver, Saperintendent of Education, Boo
ton, told how manual training wa* Bret lotroineed In
tins country br the Booton Institut,! of Technology.
mil 111 ?!*',eon. WelS founded ou lli|*?ia'i III '.1 -ls, Slid
?ooh had Imitations In St. Loud and Chicago, In dla
missing tl." uieetlni Mr. Jemp said that if it had not
been so late New-York also could havo dono some
LARD l.STI.I.l'Vlsl.s is CALIFORNIA
PLANS Knit lil (T.AlMlNe, 1,000,000 AC BBS IN THB
!?\ V lovell IN V Al.I.KY.
Rw Pbakcisco, April !?! A company of cap?
italists ii h*..di formed tc i srry cm cuni of the tnMl lan
portanl Irrigation and transportatloa eaterprtsee ever I
',?.'.:; -nive tec [tte il
irtstlon in Mo upper .sn Joaquto Valley sad |
open np nearly haifa million acr.-s of iand Wbtoh a-e
noa nndcr water and bail a million more acree winch I
fm want nf water ai nov ? .? er than a desert. It j
:* prop s v perm men! -. i ? lower roi ir.- Lake to il't-'ci, |
feel below lu pre*. ? ? ?t i eh will r>-. I aim 375,000 '
acres. Including iwamp laud, all now undei water or i
t to frequent overflow, Thi* ls to be effected by a
obi ' of twelve feet I pth, which is to extend
?e..". Pnl ire Lake tn un with the San Joaqii n
Hiv r al ih-- head of nat tatton, listani about forty
mile i north in of ii" river ? lb
bein Hie lovel o' lb* Ti., '
and i.'lo-.s a sun i*u,i I fall. . ii o lilli I mi . outlet I* also |
rngatiou wh cb is to
tali* v.,,i j i: mal loi Hie Irrigailou of over
;?? ?.. iof Vd lundi ilch will thu* bs vastly
- rt in ral ic lt is ex peeled iy th* add
ni*, h.ugo ol wster Into de nppei rivei to *o improve
iiavlgaiioa on that it ream ii te uti Ixe ll forheavy
freight, lt ls i ?? nu ,i? l that owing to the *,o.iie nf laud
aiei f ivorable eh meter o', the -on t io i.nk eau bc dom
in two years at a cost ol on i $1,000,000,
Fl YERA 1. OF l.X 'irs I8TBB JOB 1 WBl sn.
PiiiLADRLPin \, April L3 (Special .? Tin* body
of ex-.Minietei John ii e.-a ?- Fetor's Prot
episcopal < burch at li o'clo k this morn
?\,eie, a lo'.emn lervlce ot ibo deed
v, a* brM. Tht ypon wore t:.e
i. . ; - i' ? ee, Hoi ion, la.ts and
rhere wer uo pall-bearers, and not a flowei rai
Af tel ibe * rvlce tbe bodj wa* taken to Laurel Hill Cenie
ie y. 1 be old e lenti n lal I! 'Si I of 1 i
Mr. Welsh was preside ut, was rep scented b
r, John .laird. Cl* Dani* M. Fox, K ?
? win IL Filler, I Iwarel I. - ? , thoma* Co bran. Jehu
Wanamaker, John 1 .-ice Wetherill, Henrj I iwis, Joseph
1-.tile;-on .uni I norna* II. Dudley. The I'ark Comm i
-,.ol which ie te is ulah pi es,dent, ,i bouy.
I I .i-.i ge W. Childi ? - ted the
pomonal friend*, i di stat*and city were represented
hy ex-Ooveruoi Hoyt, Aiuirnoy-Oeneral Cassidy and
/ DICIOX - ,'? ?'. OF CBX8VRE
Philadelphia, April IA.?At tho ? * tl i ? - - > of
tho lirltlsb Consulate lo-da) a naval conn of Inquiry,
Com potted ol I ip tain i. ? irt C!ipperton tbs British
i I rqub irt, of th I in Uue
ptain lill !:!ch, ll . ?
araablp Celtic i loss m
: - i in.i uii 1 . ii wi. i.'s Island
1 Shoals oi '. ? . -, while bound from Cartb jena to
? ? of the
Bourse a".-I be Io nd 1 ??
..... \ lbs ufllcer
, erred In au apparent ludlffereuoe aa to I.hip's
? . eu not ki epli i bi i ? j.i
v ith pi "p-i cb irt*. lt a ... .is ? ? master'*
; error wa* one ol jndgmeni and not ol ne gie t, hu .?? ri ll
: ca:.- he retui ned 1 . . : .
va Uh i gard '." tl. ? owner*,
I: bert Bell AI . of IV--:.-, tb co iv eal - ttl -
. tiou ol in* Board ot ii ide to thin nt.
Iin'li: FOR ',' -!,'.. KO 'I l ROTH ' v.
Philadelphia, April LU.?The trill of Ann
| Jone Mercer, who dmd em April Sin this olly aad Ml
aa estate rained at $400,000 i t* id milted to probate
j today. The will b* - tate ii Montgomery
; County,known ac " The Mount," t?, . --.,-. i , berne
! for the support and maintenance of select i clergyman
t,i ih,- pi .-soy-ei i in faith, who ire disabled .,, age ot m
i iii uuii. and who do aol ase lobsooo in any ihapa or
; I.mu. it further bequeath! the mm ol piOO.OOOio
n,a;ir.un ih.-louie'. Arter directing tbe pa.mi of a
n.i,.,ber of private boqesn s;,.- i? ,,,.. ,.??,. ? ,,,. residue to
berexeeutoi "lo be bj bim applied and appropriated t"
mob i . , ? evoli t u*ea and purp ne* '?
gi iv "i Uod and the extension of Hi* kingdom In the
world, and for the welfare of suffering hun.ainu-, a* bs
, may -*eo lil."
l/D/.Vfl IB ROBBlXd Ul'; i?? i i he irs ll El KS
ii" .i'l ? a. l' ..I.-. \ ) I i 'll l.J I S j I ? I ' i t I ! . \ g \ , (J -
Hue- Brobst die.t in mis e:ty in i - . . n ? wa* reputed to
be- wi .c.thy. Dui.' . , lill ..: Sgt ,|, ., ,,i .-i.: ,,|,
who was also Interested In the estate, |ier*uaded .f
Brobii'i daughters to open ber father's -
lb reta, For th:* prtrilece she wss paid
llogiis transfei wi ' then m ide to rc i lain In
tii.-siei perso s with tue knowledge of the daughter,
: fur winch no legal deed wasglvou. Thedauginer ro
, fen i lo has '.i-i died m this Ity, an Int
; tessi.t bei nari of the transact lon. The gra
du p or Mr. Bi si are now about to pus; st ls i
? ,.n,i to tbe pi oj erty.
.-list, UH.Al I) BROlUBRd. FOB 110,000
Chu v.", Ap: . -ll.?!.iv Ulrich,
ogs aileen, .ii tin- cn,]..,., of Kn.ii.'y Brothera, has
brought tull against tbe u inagera for fl.i a few
night* iiretcbed npon Ihe itage Beting
bis part, |a ,.\.
.- uvei bim, p.i, la i to dlichai ??? ,. platoL Tbs
plitol weal '?;! In rei .- follow
? -. e nilling ii,...ii, the
llage. I'i- ll, Billi the- audie,.
e '-ia i But lo Itt ?? i rich ii
rrsai pain. His righi i y? *,. binn h
.i ? .'. i ii- fal Waa -?? ire d ? with tin
]?,U ll ..
TO TRIX III
I! \':''' vi', April I'.i [Special).?Junia! B,
Hoi ii ibe I don banker, fm mei ly ci thia elly, hai
- 1,000 ta rrlullj ? .- foi ethic tic pun
Of Hu* amount #-1,000 hui be aaad to oomplet* the toni
of $30,000 foi bnlldlui a gymnasium, plant of wblel
have alrcadj i ? pied, and tbe remaining $10,.
a,. e. ? hu of a bul ding foi lawi
te mus, football ead baseball lu tha Inclement scacon
lin: ii,.i n te nano* ol me gymnasium i- proridsd foi
gm cf Ti".!iut) liom Hebert IL Coleman, of tbs ola*
( I.S., I Ul. HF JI DOE HAYES.
Obs Moimi ut, [otra* April 13 (fllpwtof).?TIm
Bouse Committee Invssllgallni Judge Boyeo, share*
Willi relidorliig ileelsioii* ull'i'luaiiy BoHttylag Ihe Pre
liddlm v low, will repost !hil the charge* am ?uslained
and win reoemasead nie coos ur* of th* Jodgo, sae * .? I
Othsr action a* Ibo flous-of he prcauiitatlvitii m,,/ doun
On. .".isiiii- A a ki va i?The it**iuor liiltai.iuc (ni
Perry, from .Uveipoul April 1. arrivod issi ai*ko.
THE ARCADE RAILWAY BILL.
PASSIXG 'Mir. MBASUBI IN 'lill- SENATE.
BBBATOB I'AIY's AMBBBMBBTTO COMTBNBATB THI
cirv i:i.ii'( ibd.
rrtt'>M nu. BBDI i tn (?(iiiKfispiisiiKN'r or mr t bibi/ira.]
Ai.mvnv. April 13.?A r.iiln.iul baoeath ti,**
tarfo* i ur Broadway t" Mo Usea -sjoeri and then under
groood lu Modlson-ara to lha Barina, Blrer is the
., i,. :n- of tbo Arcade Ballway Company "f Bow-Tort
winch waa debated bj lha souate to-day. Banaler Haly
, a-.. ' ,m un.iiu-iit I----nilling tho oempaay lo make
in annual payoMot te tbe Ooetroltor of New-York of B
per oeot oo Its gross annual rooatpU. As Boootor Daiy
Bot iit.ttcipated. stronuous opposlti-ui was made
D> tho ameiului.-iit by the. supporters of .tl.o comp.my's
lull. The raliway woe depleted as a philanthropist who
waa truing to c..lifer large beaodta upon tuo people or
New-York, but wno, under Senator Daly's amendment,
fffjajd pf ?_qn__d to give something ta tuo eily beforo
hoing permitted lo excretes his charity.
BenotOf Ijow said there were two syohsms of rapid
tran<it '. temporary eoe, tha elevated rea i*. oad a por
lu.maul one, the uiiiluigroiiud railways. Ho had maJo a
roper! IB favor Of tuc lirst ol .vated road. The tune hud
uow arrived, lu his opinion, to BStabtl *li tho uudorgrouud
system. lol many years tho Broadway property-own?
ers had resisted the construction of such a road lo fr-.ni
of their property. Now, however, they farored thaAr
tade BaUway *Sompaoy*a plaaa li w_s useless to talk
about building a road parallel with Broadway through
tbe centres of blicks. Much a road would be too costly
and lt would not pay. It would be well to glvo ibo com
paay pe wor te take forty-fear toot of iiroadway. Thoa
lhere cou'.d tm fuut tracks -two for express trains and
two f->r way trains. In the Bight MBM two of tho
track, weald ba nsed for freight trains. Beootoi
Low sold thal Ihe question of compensating tim eily bad
noeii considered by the R dlr ad Committee. lt was de?
cided thar th,? railway eompaoy weald compensate the
city by providing a viaduct for the reception nf the iron
, gas, electric wire., telephone, and sewer pl DOS
that were now lu the street. Tho compony agreed to
expend n-.r leas than B45O,000 a milts upon the viaduct.
Moteovor, Hie Legislators reserved tho tight to lower
the fores on tbe railroad, lt would i?t difficult to get
e:ipif-ili?t? to risk their monev In such nn en'erpri*1" if
there wa. lUCb a restriction on pr .lits as that whleh was
propose.i b> Benotot Italy.
??Well. I should like to know," said Benator Tedder,
"why-lew-Tort City ihouid reeeiy_ any eompensotlon
from the present s-n face roads I"
" i don't eora to argue with the senator on thal point."
said Senator Daly, "butwi.i merely soy tbat lt is tho
" I have boen lu bosloesi m-ar Bron tway," sal.I Benator
Oriswoiu. " fora --'rest m .nv rests, and sm scquolnted
with the obaraetoi of lha buildings thai havo boen
ercf-tod on either BMie of thal stree* I
doubt if this ron! can be lmiir, although
the oadorarooad railway In Loodon is s luccess. Bot
th.it road I- . ni'rf rutted I..tween bl, .ks. lt teems to inc
ws uie gil lng .ni ? 11 use nt tu this stupendous enterprise
with too little thought Think of tno quicksands that
un-to Le ps.se,I. Ibo rock' that are to he blasted
theo decide If ibis scheme ls a practical ona I support
Benator Daly's amendment because I tblnk if this
franchise is i aluable al sll t* will lie of Immense value."
Senator Wo: ll: tbOOgbl the bill commended it*i If tu
every i' monal s being. It wee clear Now-York would
' each its destiny " unless lt was given undergmiiud
railways. In bis pptalofl it vv -its unreasonable to usk a
corporation thal proposed to . spend 1140,000,000 upon
..ucl, on ru tei prise lo pa j a portion of Its gross receipts
lotbeCltj of Bow-Torn. Toe Bow-York Central Rail?
road h td not I.ri aaki fl tO p iy S ho ,/ the rust of slnl.liig
its track from Forty-aoeond-at northward in l-iTo. Tho
city hod Hui i.e one-hall tbal sxpeoae.
Benator Yedder thought it wa-roi.bery to compel r.iil
ru.l ls to pay heavily nu their recOlpla
Sell, iii, l Co lt, Slock :. gleed Wltb .- Iin'or V.-dder 111 lils
criticism nf the principle lately establlabed of compel!*
lng i be eily railroads t>. pay somel biog of their gross re
c-lpls to the citle* in wliieli they inn. There vvas noth?
ing in the constitution which permitted this exaction of
this percentage of tbe receipts from tbe street lurrace
railroad companies, lt seemed to him thal the Arcade
Kail woy Company's ocbeioe woo o mngnittosnt ono and
lu. had yet to heit a -ood criticism ol it.
BeootorIjow then said i "There U s distinction be?
tween o surface road euri l a rood like
this tbal prop-flea ta spen i millions. w'hv th's corpoi i
tlon corfe: ,i : um' on the etty. I iiey oniy ssh niue .i 1
? in mn.,1 feel ol U ..ii -v ,.."
t-enatoi Kelli] said that ha hardly thought that the
Arcade Kalira id t.'oini inj i u?: I I i h "( mbarrassed "
bj belug asked tu pay 5 per cent on Its gross reoeipta
Senator Murph] remarked that the greatest annoy?
ance the peon Ic of New ToT- "iiftr.-d vt .is th" ."-ii -? it '
I np of Brosdwoy '." Bet ol i lie p pcs. i hu vv u il
ond when tbo Arcade I tail way Company's mb-way waa
senator Pierce also tho Da r's amend
mont " too i eal ricil ta."
Scnatoi lialy's amendment was rc] cted by22tot,
'I be bill was then passi d by -Jil to 2, rho two nogatiro*
rotes were glveu by: -.-., ind Griswold.
A ;- IA ll-; BOAhU -H Ai.l'-l i l.'A I ION.
AV AM l.M ';. ",' r All Hi I- .1A li I.N.It-It A
bi pi in ii in?orin it 11 -.1 -( \ i i"V.
[1 i.' IM Tftf. f "..i i u: ' <?!:_.:. sr. im.Xl til lin. ii.:::' fl ,
Albany, Ap il 13.?'I*he AbscbiIiIj pa.sa-d
to-('ay Mr. Hiifdtii's MU i Ha i kte Board of
Arbitration. The bBI was amended In a way, however,
tbat highly ex~*pernt?-? the Democrats As originally
io* l thi'biil eal.'. Hist tbs Governor, with the co ?
bbb! "f Ihe Senate, should appoint three members of ths
Hoard of Arbitration. "Ipi* gave Mr. IBU fall power to
appoint three Democrut*, if be chose, as members of ths
board. The ltepubl'. . .* thought I..?;..?'.ii-.ni Wo
men on,-nt to havo .o'-,.- representative In the bill, I
? ii?- .k.-1 Erwin ihereforrr wrote .in amendment which
provides m.ii one of the comnn ulnnei - iha . be a Demo?
crat i ii too uv Bo riiir 11.11. illcan named
bj .lie l.epubiicuii Henotors,oiid tbe third .* ma . "-e.,. text
I.i a linn., ti I- labor orgai tatlou ol this ll te. ai I
wbo sholl bo a Knight "f Labor." All tit- Den
voted agonist thc .uni ii iu. -nt, but it was adopted by a
-.. ill to .2, Ol two Republicans, A. U. Allen, o
County, and Demero, of ["roy, voted with the
11. in- -a i .ti*>. Tho bill toa passed by a rote of 00 to 10.
i ie Governor returned without in* approval Mr.
i's bill amending tbe Bevis .*.. ita In refer*
io juib.ii- am of the Controller,
a resolnlion was passed making Maj >tbe date for iii*
ii. .: i.-i . i of the Bi id way 1 rei tating Committee,
\- lyman i H. Baker, < ian mau ut tbe .v is,
J tu , ?.' immlttee, who have ( large of the bills to
ot : . Broad tva j 'ui face Kail -v..-.
Company, laid to-mebt: "To-day I received a I ??
gr.,in fro il I tate ai o be heard lu op
I telegi iphed : ? 1; that 1
be bera on Wedneedaj ns we Intended to rush a rej orl
s for'ade hts I I I that Th lodore IV
1 Dwight vr-,it;.i apps ,r is b sui,.' tutc fo bim. t tull u
.. to mot im' .afic noon lo report
An attempt wi i"- iu ide by the
I friends of the i ?? . ru p.ta. mon. Hill wo* i..
I Mr. Low Introduced a resolution reciting tl -t it is
rb ii gi 'i ' Iii t Hairy I li ri is fa
the ii* large ol I .- itles; that bj I
. -? sufi t and the laws
i for 'heir luuo'ti' hare not been e I, nu I
that bisadmlnlitraiiou lia. boen wasteful end sxtruva
? ? ira "", ii I.Un ? by
empowering ffie Public Health Corni.ilttee tu Invest
the.e charges, snd whetner rn.- Comratssioiiet
ti I :.:* ilutli., boo ' ? i iel and
agents, whom he has prosecuted, wny io foo prosccu
tums bore been brought aga u nfl riders, why
tve benn mts mnage I, whe - lue Couimiaal
has I.ii lublij 'gi ' . 1 ..ure, aud IU
gd,ct a I lo ex ? m I ne tlo- | la ry D'-,'.,r Uncut.
i bs resolution wos tabla?.
uni D rOB "I.I.I.IM. Al > IT. I I. HA I I.ii ..ILK.
Newbubu, April 13.?Frederick E.. Qrees*
leaf, im "?r.ir;o County furmei, wa. brought
Jud e Brown in tbe Supreme Court here to-day on ibe
charge of selling adulterated milk. Tbe defendant wa*
tried Before the Court without a lory, found guilt] and
One ' ~i"" Jamei V. ... i. n \-,,- ,\ nardin* r, dla on "!.
neron ??..it Albert M ipea, rhai ged with tue tame ot: -nee,
rett d r ii-if ci*-* wi tout trial ty tbe payment ol
e .ch. rho defendant! aro farmers la tho towna ol W . ?
kUI and Monal Hopu.
REPUBLICAN TICT0B1 TS TRENTON.
l'.i"*i"N. April l-l (Special).?'['he. com*
bt tbU m.>n.in.-, of the couoUag of tho
- ol yesterday's eily eleetloo, showed .. sweeping
ami entirely unexpected Eh p iblicau rletory. Thc norn
John Wolverton, the Democratic candidate, wai el. oted
by only til majority br. rhomas MaeKeiizle,
Kepuhlican, waa elected Bohoo dent by 77
. l i.i a .ii \. ?". Klchards, R* i elvei ol I i i,
by ii", mojoi ty, (ll the - i ? incl) u i? ? R
. .. i'd ths t..ll .v il) -t ind 11 Democrat!
lo 10 L pi blt. .rn-, i i guai inleei i lie
c?mp ste ? ?>',?' : ..' i .? h.. ,,.. .
Tho Kepu .- led In the Hoard of I lue ititi:,
? i un vi.- i.v, bili ;:. tbe
Colliny Boa 'ss . educe!
tho Dc moen ..;??.. ungle vote, ta sd
j..Hu. . ' rill . , 111 v. ,.
li Bl v . lug ... .,-t lu
ll' "'?' itlOJAl i, " Li St HIS,:.
Fbi -Hold, N. .1.. Anni 13.?Jiutica ScbiIiIci
ipr, mi 'o'.: ? ( ommisslonoi Mi Dei
I mott from Trenton today autho ., to ike ...
In tl. ?? rn. i ol *-,... ...ea. I. iu lim COOOS 'rf I ta..1,1 ll.
J., ,n ion iud Prank Bini
i " Mingo Jack." i - . - tooted of
i .ii.i'i cit- in the crime, "... , i ,i :;,, house of bli
1 bro n i ,r ,,' Pivot
' ': ? le -I::. . h - . ll 'ul,i. lo I li, I
ati i irs tn the cn ir tao r.v/i / usn r.
Cnn tao, April L3. - I li. tiaatccs ol tb. Chi*
.a-., i oivorelt) omi yesterday to t..k.r ,,,,.,-,,, o,,.,
' io a Ol moos ?.. ,.i last cou
cession madob] lbs irustees wis ii,.,t in Usu ot the
| mortgogeddo-tol r*r_75,ooo .bay woeld pey the eora
pan] |l ' OOO, Hus i.:i.r i ulii] refused.
The trustees now ballnre ll worth tbe Increase to pro
t...se lo ibo < on.,ian) ta sollie im ?*-.).,... m. and iu cuni
?any wiih a ww outside citizens they will cootel will
'resident li.W lu un thi. basis n. a few da) *
.st lt IDl. Ol .1 \ tl-1 HIM OP I ttl.it e..
RAB I'i: ist i-( o, April l:i. --i: v-l'iniff ol Vu
in. Jaoksoo, of Ba?roosoato. oommittod salel?oea Baa
iiay Bight NS non ho wcul home BO pickata up a i.ol ile o
uioiphluc lillis aud, remarking tu hla wita " these wm.'I
bother you any more," swallowed them, f-he supp use.
be bad Hu.wu thain away and Ibatight uo moro abou
lt, ila sat down to tappet gad ttn tnt a while, oat ead
eb u:y fell i.vor. .-ho at once *urml*ed tho truth ami
soiled fer etd. Physicians wore summoued, but they
could not save him.
OHL'S ll. THUD'S TH8TIM0NT.
NOWI8HTOBUIN TIIK NEW-ENGLAND ROAD.
.nil BEOT "Hil III)" BOAD IB M W-INl.l.ANI' ?
PKPO011 ion or i t rsm ii -tor.
Ii'i-ii ir,Apiil Ul.?Tin- New-York aod New
England bond hearing opened lo-eiay wini ibo reading
hy Mr. BtSCkpolS Ol tbs sOdavil ot Puss.-tl '-age takl n .n
New-York oa April 9. David Lindley Fl .el waa precent
for the lint time since tbe opening week of tli'i hearing
Mr. Page's teetlmonj was to tbe effect that bath be md
Mr. Plaid were, urged by -Mr. Clarko to subscribe for
prefei red stuck,which they dui to the mumu.I of >-?? .-?? i).
ile, toil! Mr. Clarke to purchase from thecred lore their
claims sgalnst tbe compaa> up to $100,0C0 ot BO
on Ibo dollar, ami be did purchase slain ? to US amount
of $50,000 and wi mern paid /or tbe -same. The whole
purpose of tho meeting of September 29 rn to discut*
means of saving tho road to ibo stockholders, ami un
one at thai meeUng propeeed to wreck the ro.iet. it
would not have boen a pia,lit Cole venture for witness
and Mr. Field to have bought tho sec,uni mortgage
binds of the - ale and foreclosed,
Tho depositions of Robert M. Galloway and O. I> a*;.
ley were preeeatad te show thal Mr. Field waa not en
gaged In wreeklni the Nea Toi k City aud Northern Bal]
roael Company or tho u/abash compaay.
Mr. FMd wa* then sworn. Da said that bc wis sn'y
six years of BOO; has live! In Now-York ftlty-ouo yean,
le ta aa hnelaeee eave that of managing tut property,
und is a director lu ten corporations, all of them pros?
perous. Heoever hod any connection with thc New
York City end Northern Oompitny, He wea on the
shloot tho world when tho".lint fund Wis laVCBtCd in
Hobesh bonds. Re told of hts receiving lately .. eom
pllmeataryoopyof General (.run's book, with a per
aoool Beta from the General, On Inquiry he four..l that
a few houri In-fore the OencraTl death lin wrote th.
namoi of a fevv persons ut wham he wished compli?
mentary eoploe Ncnt and be wa, one.
To Mi. Stackpole he said be bad never been engaged In
wrecking any property nod h.ul never Injured the prop?
erty of the ?tockhol l?rs of any eomp-iny. Then he passed
on to tell how (I -nen! James II. tfllson, when pr
of Iho Now-York and New-Kngland Comp uiy, pi rauaded
him to lak" an inieiest in If, offering him ,-ind bil friends
a biock of ?t))c*k at les* than in irket price. He never
bought or eold o charo of the etook oo apooalatton. He
vt is SBXloUS to have the roael SUCCOSlfUl uni WSS Willing
tu iBCnfloS a larg" amount nf money, beean*.- he though)
ii wm disgraceful lu he associated wltb a road In the
hamis ol ., receiver. He attended tba d n ci ors' mealing
nf Reptouilier 29 He wanted ell tbe creditor* to take
preferred itt* k rm their dalma, especial lt Mr. (lr i
?on-ln-law ot l/t Clraad IL Cannon. He sever said th*
preferred stuck icheme wa* nonseasa Hs ul i ti; it tbs
statement that he proposed to wreck this road wa* m
utter iiii-rcore*eni'iii,,n of what i.e did sa) Housed
i.n lu* snorts to ii,,nice people to take pro
crret slock, especially Mr. .Vanderbilt, who hold
I* I,-j.'.').'ie ie i ..f the 'te:, bm Mr. Vend rblli said tb*
ro eel h ul never earned a dollar and he did not believe ll
aver would, and rel.I to take a anare. Mr Ftel.de.
med utterly tne truth ol Hr. cia kef* h itimony that be
ur.eel me rm i-i io* in ol tho mortgage and the wipiug
out of the stock. He newr said thal Mr. Clarke was
doing too well, in* did .s stake toe remark thai li
wa, nie I est edited road in New-i.iu.lau l. He read from
The Sun lay Uer,dd ot April l that the road was doing
weill. II" pul nt as a reply to tbi* a copy nf a sworn
statement of President Clarke to ths New-York Commis?
sioner for tbe <iusrt* endlm; i.umber 31, 1-*?>".. '.hat
tbe deficiency wa* $01,039 75, wnn nothing Icfi fora
dividend on tho preferred stock. It also api?ear i I
the den. I. ney ot the mad lor 1 -*j."i wa* *>t,tiei'> more tn an
Mr. Ii" et denied that Mr. Sago said anything
shoat wrecking tbe rood. Witness never pro
posed to Henry I.. Higginson to buy tbe bo di
to wreck mo rood, as a consetiuenee of i. .
coi ni cl on wi ros be ..: lost $111,'jot ll. He
waa entirely oul of il lo-day, He objected to the editing
in the in areal of ths load tu represent th il it waa p >p i
. ir, ni i thou i ? ad povori to tbe creditors, 'i ..? v ,
bl* idea In anal bo said nt tt.e directors' inpetlogon
?september'JV. ile hoi a conversation on tbe cars with
Mr. Potter, I it he nevei iald anything about fun
Ing the iiiurtgiige and tree zing nit-he c diton Me
- tte x\....Beti d adlrei and want I to re elect
witm ss. hui be *a!d be would not go book Into the d i.
??? j for all tbe real aud personal prop.-rty in Massaobu
At thr afternoon nessi Mr Field testified th I
bli c. itel be . lu .... ll.Otil share of stock In I ie
New-Kuglaud road, against 7,-11 tba res ol 'nrAx kiud*
eld li) 'i "?" 1' directors. II ? - ? I
IMwai 1 -!?. ? S ork, I re ivstt r, '
- .. .iiui Lee, Hi.. ? .-.lalo tb*
broker* who were lo bat share.l lae prulit iu tin
..'?:?,.!, bad . Mr. Field gav.'
lii'iir-** showing i bal V be pm - ?
ii.? wi ul I have realized on the -
. by i'i?? rise, '' it ".i ..:- :i,T7T ,!.!??- o i
.. 1 ,.....,-1 _
ii net | nrsonal lo?s of $-.-ltt,'J!in In
r David Liudle) 1 .cid an 1 tue Brm ol
1'lel :, Liu ., > .-. ' ix
GROWING I'lVTI.l-- L'NDER RATE CUTT I Na
Ciiicaho, April 13 Special).- Notwitlistaod
.:;.. : -iln.in i Passenger Committee to
' ? Dtlc ol the i bleu -??) and Atlantic, that i d la
undoubtedly cutting freely. At Ita ticket o ? lt
'.iiiuie charges the ra -ul ir di he ie:: ti.il rat" of fi- ."in, bul
it cine ii:, ne* topsy a commission of $2 to $3 to "se | ers,"
wbli b ter tot - ?
? told by tbe "scalpers" over tbeotber
lines, the lat er bavins i ilom in Chi?
cago, 'i 1..- < Irand 11.;,.. end S i Falls H I Line,
; which used to receive considerable business from the
! " scalper* ' ? efoi o com ii - ? ? I, fee *
? ie,i, ami derna mil that steps be taken o mop the
usn over '; ? ? igo and A
Li- \ iii '? rbili and I'en ni . ire not
.*tI -, i ? . . the ? 'n;??:.!" , having never
ic ivi lu ii ? -nj pori fr un tl i "scalpers," sill .
Ihat i.o lld be taken of th.it lo-.d.
( i:\ ;i:\i) P Ki -i 'i.ii: COMM1 iti;i:.
(ve r. ? a i;, April _:..?'_ be tei.:,..; paggea
mitlei n a* lu -' crei lesslon all day. theatrics!
rates somewhat different trout the Chicago and it. Louis
schedule were adopted. They deduct fiom -V to 40
per eeni from first-class limited fares, according to thc
nuiubei i pei ons travi ag, rbere are fifteen ru.e
or theatrical i.ites.
i be Cincinnati, Lebaoon, aad Northern P.ai'.w.iv Oom*
n my st Its ii 'ui 'I m leting to-day electe d the: (a lo ring
t, -. Winslow, A. l>. Bullock, J. Wttache,
lin.-gs SwlfL J. M. W. s, ,1, i,..e.-,? H,if.ii. ali of Cm
ciunatl; .? i I- J. Brown, of ii.i.ou.
RAILROAD J..\ il.N-K)N IN TI.X.Vs.
Fort Wuiini, 'IVs . April la.?Alarie moot?
ing il bus bom men wai bv.l hero to-alght, and a
li sill ec ti pl loll Ol *. i'i,cite' was raised BBd UM rle ht
cf way guaranteed to the Calf, Colorado aaa dante Fe
v i ouipanj for ita extension northward from thle
ii .,???? to thc nouneetlon wltb ii." Atcbisou, lop, . . sa ?
I' III. Tbe I .... el g.ll th'' .... . i
new roots to-morrow,
\ I.lillie r AGAINOi 1 Iii. ??? i B ? -in 'll1:.
Nbwbi kg, April 13,-ln tin* Boitof Margaret
-Inver against Iho West Slior" Ballroad to rctover
- '.,'n'i ?! ,:i !_? s f..r ths lil IlUB Of her busbai d at Cana
i ?. iii february eil last J ear, the jury gave ibe plain?
ed a verdict :ur tue full amount.
In view of the abeenee of aay proeBeet fora near set?
tlement of the trent.iHnentalrate war the Atchleoo,
i ? pe . -. and -.n.t.i i a and the ?? -.mst" Eas
ben han , ?. .;.? I tbe guarauleo of the prevailing low
frdgbl rates nu to Bulimia) night. Budnee* ls said to
be ? er tbau I* wUhoii for at those figures.
? - ? ?
METHODISTS os 8UXDA1 PLEASURES.
\\ it.k;-I'.AintF., April I'S.-'Mic Wyoming
Conference of tbs Methodist Epleeopol Church, which
im* been In session bene, adjourn* i luis afternoon. The
committee on Pun,tay observance protected sgalnst
Sui d xv nea ii ap ts, B ind iy excursion! an ' ill kio li ol
pleasure sseklug ou tbe Habitat.t. lt was repotted that
the Ceuteuuial lindow mont Fund ior thc ben";.-, of
Wyoming .-"Hilliary at Kingston aud By recuse Culver*
iltj bad reaubed ovei ri-.'?")?>.
SUED Oy a m /.-.. \ n; ll OW A li"AST.
Ni.w-Il.v.i.N. April IJ (Special).?The \liil*
d >e icu. 1 sou rance Compaay of Hertford loeUtuted a
novel suit before Judge Bto i lard In tbe Boper or Court
bore to day. On July a last the barn ot Hoary P.
'i Hickox, lu i-oiiinbiiry, was baine l by un incendiary.
' The Insurance, amounting t, - -? , ws paid m Mr.
! ii cw.,i. -H.,a after ti..- fire Mra Hugh Morris, ol -
i ni v. who i. 11 i gru '.-'? ignlnit Hlckot ia,ted I .it
: *he bad bumed ibo bara. On th-s evidence tl.
i paliy bring *'ut dgalnit he r to recover the amount of
iLsuraiic, paid to Hickox.
GAMBLERS BREAE A WA BO BABE
Chicago, April 13 (Special).?Frank Tieraaa,
a local gambler, with a friend, one otoec, hist nlgbl
entered a gomhUog room al No. .'? Calhoun piece, where
iie'i.r -? \er.ii sucki c. high-priced cheeks,
?? - iking " ( nick ai tin- same time-. They played in good
luck ell night, and a erowd gathered te se* tho tame.
i is imo closed at daybght, fleroaa winning fd.000
and Cluck ?:,200. "I h-- pit- by Tlernsn crippled tho
beak, aad lt woe otoood to-Tty. 'i m* is not tho Mrs!
bunk 1 lem,tn bee brohea. Several ytatl ago La mitt
"Curt" (.'im broke u E ira-..,gt sumo ia duo n.gh.'a
play, wifinmg 10,000,
LEOI8LATION IN X DH-JERSEY.
rai BTATB Carnot, TOBI BttBO_LT*-T_OAt of
BBI IT.ff I.AVl DIV.
'I; km.i.v. April 13 i .*.'/.-...ni. Tim .S-iuiie today
paaeed thr Boose bill providiof for tho robaQ-hmg|
Hie Mut" House nt ab e_p.-miit.iri. of |235,000, Tb*
BMaaaro lu** beea waraaljr opposed hy Boaaioi \ ,'ing.
blood, bat be ws. aaaacceoofol ia bil Bltaapl to i.f,t,j?
an aao?iuni*-, iii* beeag lha owly rote root agotaol rho
lull. Tao lull noiv noaa i. .-I. t" il..- I am ash s lat n..
rurictue in a minor ai- Badmen! .-,?"' will BBdoabCaflf
Le a law in n few days. A eomuii-.i, r, will hate e. ,,-.
ot the work a tl [motoar*thal W"w-J_neryw_|
li iva- a cup,'al i'iiiiii;i. sohoaseea haoB foi **'.*-rel
jfasara to .?.?>...?. Thoughtful u.ii.er* ors onrtoosho
know where the monev ls to come trim.
Ih.- Aooemblythisjnorala*. inri :i-_.>im : * rania,
sanual session npon ;, en-meat* *,, the Comnturiun.
I D'* -sseniblj is iu exoellout condition toadjoura on
The examination of James Laverty, *on of th?, r*.
SaVondeat, i.moe,! neatly all of Hie leaston of the
("int ..! ImpeochmcBt to ti?v. He testified fr.-e*v ..,,-.
with a ad.mg ti-n-li-n , tn t_v_r tho rOOpOBBOO- Hi*
eviihnoe leaded to show tbot tbe criosea frith '-a-u-a
'?a.'?*!.. -? ? irged ? o ibi aol Lav. beoo commit 1
' ' ta, cwiti.; t, Ute i ? . .,? tl '.?.'..;. '.hs
arioies are Miti to hat- (ukin plaee. Toe yooagst
I .a-.-* rf is twenty-eta jean <>li and Va? Uf - doer.
keeper aad maia aesiatant af tho keeper for oil ol ths
latter * term.
LA IE DR A VET'S AT Ti I.'. IE ? Wi 'H's f, l: \ UP..
rl-CKBUBlOWM, N. .1. April IS, -Tillie Smith's
murder ls as maoh a mystery as ever, li..- coroasii _
jury mel tai* morning nod eg*ra this ?'"? moon -ir, _
stoning, bnt tbe .lour- wi ra kept closed ano no ;t
lidi ia admitted, Dr, Vt Ml _. ol rt, ? L ? .ta,
(?"rank Weeder, who ... i I.Lie'* company, aud o|_sf
witoeaflee were examined, lur nothing new wai
Itiofight to ll-_r.li*- Tlie Cafi.'.-n- bogia la te>-l that
M ii ii ii ja-it ami Hiii m-. are de'otae I anjnatlyto niderto
liver! snoptotoa from ether persons, Tbeetory thai
two etadeata of tha laolltnle were artsol.a aad ? ? re
tbe i milt of the murBer tn* beea .-fi.led lie
*nii-r-ii ot tbe murdered Kiri too- ;,!.ae.- la - -,.
\,?uit : .v.. ,; ,... i p* mo ii asoemble l at ;.:.- ci i s sad
mw tbs pi.un i 'hu lowered to ita Gao .?- .. wm,
?j-verol ol Tillie's lellos servants tl aa tbe Inst .,
? ii - rtb wa thrown npoi s
?nt ritnl sno'i expressions as * Who! i bo "'-.ta
sor.l ot prayerr ami " iio.1 i..-ip lbs poarr ?..,_
icu .-ai. (?n the way eal from theormetei
ivi-s mat by Dr. Whitney and (li. Ker. '
h.- MethttilUl I ? Chu i Dr. WI . e_.
?'. - ie i rna
Ix 'I ;.r tbe funeral ?? monea bel ire the mry
ind that aftei bia examination be bul Liri .
"??i.etiii /. tie invited the i a-' ' ? i
?::,..-. ., ul '.-. ben they got tatar* ' rood th- b inM
.. r. :(?? of lu* ? 'linell, uiui ibe n ... i. tl.s
.in loll mg on ii.'?:. un*; -vie. I leads,
PAYNE INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE REI
Con mbi .*. Ohio, April 13 [Sp eial ,?Chair*
aaa Cowglli of tho Payne Investigating Commltt* . ai
? bio. ked oat" a report whtaa with Mose possi de s
: err*, will be presented ta the Boo ie a* mob us (.?,
lt is '.caril' l that Un ? - - -ucl ji I,- i: pubheaa
:. will call atfe,i:: .n to lbs arroy of eircamato??
Uol evidence eg?Inst eertalo members and ex-memben
ohoee eareora hove b so auapeeted. Tbereoroaoes 1
where atisoluta prool of bri ,cry .an bi
sustained; bul tho report suggesta thot wltb th* wldM
-.- .; ?? ...* i committee empower, t by the United -r_'?e
Renate the suspected proof end .'lui might ba
fore lt la advise I that a* ttttd
copy ol I testluiouy f.r*
I Stat*'! .** ' '
rr, ||d hot IK ' -'I u'.e tllO D ktlO I tO l-'r.'S
with him to-day. Action oo too metter ls n . I
before . ri ??..,.
CINClNNATrS !'. : I ' '? ? ? IBBISSIOA
Cou Min *, Ohhi, Ai ril Ul Special . N'i irlj
two ',fi.:,. n.-o i.ot rnor I :.
l'upp.ono rn tl.I- recently appointed r\ill< ? C
? .. era ta C ?? itt, * ? i ie wltb tho Maj i
tesign. Topp had rofu-ed tu c-raflrm (arthur O. Moora
'or Cbli t ??- p.- j ?,.. ir; j , : persist* ,(ly
-I.-, iii, -I either to n -\ nt reslgi I i i rees it IH .
I ur- ( ion l ll -. I Opp delles Ills il
:.!!?! dei* - " - .
Hy Ills i 1
? . r --ii iii in . ower un I .. Hon i itu
v .loin, M.?'..? 1 ope
? ????-.?-' the . - ?'.
("tartans -ut.le., hlmiosmi I Brm. As
ei hoi .? mimi r, mot >
. to -lay Hillel - . ? . ? . i
. . . i
i .. ber.
COLD-BLOODED HURDERS IS SENTVl Vj.
Louiovillr, l_v., April 13. - Into, nut ma
reached hero to-day of threo raurders to Boll County,,
Ky., lae! we* k. EUbn r-aj lor marne .,;: suter Ol \v . a
-:., .h. irrelled and ibo womoo di ?? .-l
bim. i. ..... wootlaaaareb w. hut vs,f.? .a
hei broth, r. They to n I ..? i is
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go will - irt-dawayb_s.il i ,,t - .ylor
three Um* s. i.
In the s. :..:.... was
tuan t i-i.iy. Ms ting one t_ lev*
ol bira .'.ea ;
tn . * number of
country men had gathered at a houes , .n:- r,
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sm. .? if the battle cleared a way ll*, ttioodin .to l
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(i.li", was stretch I r,u tbe fl "jr- witta oas sys shot oui
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PALLING DEAD BEFOBh ills GEliEAN CLASS
- .-. .iirii'. Ohio, April LS [iSpecial), Hermann C,
Mueller, A. M. l*ro_eeaor ol Aoekal Bad Koaerfl
!. u .?? il Wittenberg College, thu eily, fell dead
while hew lng o tienaon ruoi tattoo I* -lu.. I., at I. ..ai
? it dis* I---. ID- was Lorn in St, i'. - ?
stutii*'! u- il tonghi In liiioaia .'.''? ni. ri
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eud philologist. Hi* brother is a wei i.:.. ,. t
lil NC at - 1 l ...
DISAPPEARANCE Ol .1 IOWS IRI'.lsi
Bbabok, lVnri.. April 13 Si . V if.
.. treasurer ol Urookltaid iowna...;,, hos dump
peered nader suspieloos etroorastaaoea il* '..ms- hara
beea oxomlaed by the Urusteee of tbe oo r- u I irs
found io i.-io ..i . r .? "'-..n In oddllton Ede?ll boa
borrowed i ? ....-,- es, .vt..: f...i ,p
-.n.U'ju. Ile was _ prominent in* mber of tbe Pi i. I. i
Cuui. .a anal w aa.s oouatdera i .. uaoslel mau lu bu -iu.?_.
7 I UCf.ro AB >li JOUBSAHBR.
The Sinetaentfa Caa tory Club wroottod with tue - ii
je"t -.f - I h" Press*1 la-T ? ve.iinjj TLe Hov. * | t ' i
ll. Katon led oil willi adi** rtatioa aa the pit .r -u. BB
outsider's point of vtow. Hethooght tbotthe n
i.ei aui. a .-?. dm Isters was on the wi Ithiitg,
John Kan,rd. ot ?"?Ibe Rrooklyfl I'nlon injiei *
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