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TO TAKE PLENTY OF TIME.
THE .'-KN ATI-: COMMITTKK WILL NOT
HUNKY THE POLICE INQUIRY.
IT DECIDES TO WATT L'XTIL DR PABKHC11ST
ANI> OTHERS INTERESTED BAA . TRED
oouxan. who will klan a thor
OUCH investigation-: E LAXCEY
NI.'OL!. TO DEPEND THB
OOS1MI ss i < i X i; 11a a .n D
Tue cmmince nf tho State Bennie app Inted
to Investigate the Police Depsrtmenl ! ?"'?
decided to delay the Inveatlgatlon until thi- Rev.
Dr. Parkhurst, f.f the Society for the pfeven
Hon of Crime, mid his allies in the Cbs
of Commerce, the Hoard of Trade mid Trsn
iniion and the Cily rink ate Lady to pi i
with the aid of nble counsel. The committee
decided also to ask the Senate for unlimited
time fur the lavSStlgStlOn when it is begun. The
decision was reached at a prlrste conference In
the Hotel Metropole in the afternoon.
At io a. m. yesterday, the hon.- ai which the
committee had expected in have another meet*
inp, Senators Lex,., i .'Connor and Pound ap
pasrsfl in the main corridor ..f the h t-; and
SMOnncsd that the committee would have ni,
public scss'on dining the day. Chairman Lf ?.
'''Invitations to a private conference at noon
have Leen stn: lo Dr. Parkhurst and to Mr.
Smith, of the Chamber of Commerce. We nlso
expe.-t to hear from tl"..' City Club. What re?
mains t,, h.. .I ?:; ls t., map ' ul the lin a of t:..
lasWasugatlon, and select some of the v.in
who are to be examined at the start. As to a
time limit, for the Investigation, we have .-.iii
from the start that we could ?i\-- all the time
to it that was necessary. The resolution undi r
which tho Semite committee was appointed can
be amended, and we can Blve practically un?
limited tim.- to (he in ii;uy. ci" course, we ''.Mil
not ha-,.- two months of continuous Ecsslons,
even after the close of the Legislature's se
' There is not a man on tne committee who could
devote two months steadily to the laking of evi?
dence without paralyzing his own business, lt
wVmld be possible to devote several days at ?
time to the Investigation, with Intervals be?
tween the sessions, however, and the Inquiry
could continue for a year, if necessary."
THK EX-DISTRICT-ATTORNET CALLS.
The three Senators then went lo one "f the
parlors on the second floor of the hoi :. snd
Senators Bradley and R ibi rt son joined them
there. A few minutes later De Lancey Nicoll
went to the hotel and Beni lils card to thi
Senators. Chairman LSXOW went down to the
corridor to meei the ex-District-Attorney, and
Mr. Nicol] said he was ;?> represent the Polk
Commissioners, Superintendent Byrne*, and the
four Inspectors of ih'. Police Depsrtmenl at the
Investigation, H> was accompanied by Noel
(, de, wi wa tu assisi him, he sal I. An .ther
lawyer would represent the polio ? iptalna, bul
he did r: t kn >w the lawyer's name.
"W- ai ? i- i ly to begin at any time," Mr.
Nicoll said, "snd iii" sooner the Investlgo
proceeds th.- bitter we shall be pl( ised."
Chairman Lex ow said h" would i nd Informa?
tion to Mr. Nicoll later when the taking of t<
mony would begin, and Mr. Nicoll and Mr. Ga
went away. Mr. Nicoll w. nt to Police Head
quarters and had a consultation with Commis?
sioner Martin snd Superintendent Byn
Mr. Martin's office. Th.- consultstion lasted t a \
an hour. Later neither of the three mon would
talk about tl..- subject of the conference. De?
tective-Sergeants Frink and Flood, ol the C
Office, we;'- at ihe hotel for an hon:' prevl
thc- arrival of Mr. Nie di. and ih ty disappeared
soon after h.- li ft the hotel.
Chairman Lexow h 11 a short mk with C c
Hickok, of No. 7 Warren-sL, who said i.
place before the committee conalderabli evidence
thal th'- police had blackmailed merchants by
showing pnrtiality In th< enforcement of the
city ordinance forbidding the placing of ?>!>
ptructions on the sidewalks. The evldi n ?<? whii 1.
he had secured was In line with thal ? mb I). 1
in affidavits in the possession -f the City Club.
He was told by Chairman l.e\ rw thal lils evi?
dence probably would be i ona) li ter In the
course of the Investigation.
A DECISIVE CONFERENCE.
The Rev. Dr. Parkhurst went to the hotel soon
after noon. In a few minims Charles 8. Smith,
of the Chamber of Commerce; Darwin lt. James,
of the Board of Trade and Transportation, and
John Jay Chapman, of the City Club, app si
Chairman Lexow announced to reporters that
Dr. Parkhurst and the other men who had I" en
called to the conference thought that a rn nth
was necessary for counsel to raak.- preparation
fat the work. The members Of th..- .-? 'ii:ri:if' -
thought that the taking of testimony should
begin earlier. When Chairman Lexow was asked
about th.- time necessary for the Investigation
he said that he did d ?t think the examination
of any witness would require more than a few
hours. Then he made bsate ?.'. add: "Except,
perhaps, the examination of ono bf the heads il
the Police Department."
At the close of tbs conference the men who
had been called to talk with the Senators left
the hotel t.y a rear door, and escaped tbe re?
porters who wen- walting for them al the main
entrance. When the Senators returned to the
corridor they said that a perfect agreement
bad been reached at the conference.
"We have decided." Chairman Lexow said, "to
ask the Senate for unlimited tine; in which to
conduct tiie Investigation, and we have agreed
to give Dr. Parkhurst, Mr. Smith and the men
associated with them reasonable time In which
to select counsel and get ready for the taking
of iVstlmony We had desired that the examl
nation of evidence to be submitted by the City
Club should ko on In ihe mean time, but the rep?
resentative of the club said that the club
did not desire to present the evidence ex. ept
through the counsel to be selected by the other
organizations Interested in the investigation.
The committee will not meet again before we gel
buck to Albany on Monday evening, and w< may
not meei again In this city until the expiration
of thirty days."
MK. CHOATE STILL WANTED.
When askid if the committee still desired to
have Joseph H. Choate act as the conns.-1 ; , ?? ,-,
duct the Investigation, tbe Senators sud they
did, and lt had been arranged that Senators
Lexow and O'Connor should call on Mr. Choati
In the afternoon tu lind out if, under the ch I
conditkns, he would b ready to act for the
committee at the expiration of thirty days The
name.. ..i several prominent lawyers had been
mentioned, the Senators said, among them that
ot John \V. Goff.
At a late hom- in the aft. rn... n Joseph H.
(jlii ate said he had na aeon any member of the
committee, but be thought it would b<- Impossible
for him to act as the counsel in the investiga
tion. bi eau1-, he S mid have to devote th. o
months t" the work of the Constitutional ('.in?
vention after May 1. and he had to lill man)
engagements in his private practice In tn.- mean
Mt. PARKHURST PLEASED.
The Kev. Dr. Parkhurst Bald last evening:
"The conference to-day was marked by good feel
lug on both sides, and I feel now that there ls a
pvrfect eaderstandlng with the committee snd
that a th.r.ugh and satisfactory Investigation
of the Police Department la assured. Th
ing of testimi ny probably will not begin I ir i
monih yet. Ii ls tp be regretted thal Mr. ChoaJ
cannot act as counsel for the committee, but I
expect that another counsel will I , -..,is.?.i.
I think that when the ti ;-. ready thc Investi?
gation will bt searching. My onl) fe .ir wai that
the committee would nish lb -v. mer ly upon ih>?
Investigations which had been made previously.
As I aald at th>- conference to-day, the c immlttee
was empowered i . corni ?: the atl i lari i of wit?
nesses and the production Of any papers, and t ?
punish for contempt any persons within ::..? juris?
diction who refused to testify. We hal no Such
power in our investigations, and therefore pur
work could not bc as complete as the work of Ute
committee might be. The fact thar some persons
might take advantage nf the delay in the Inva
tlgatlon and leave the Jurisdiction has been taken
Into account. Their Hight Woul 1 be nn acknowl?
edgement of guilt, of course. || j* ?. t ?,, muc j
the purpose of the Investigation to cause the pun?
ishment of some guilty persons as to snow lo the
public the corruption In the department and to
let a Hood Of light up m polios method* which
need to he changed. po*?lbly by legislation."
Senator O'Connor was the only member of the
Senate Investigating Committee remaining at
thc Hotel Metropole last evening and be said he
expected to g.. to his home In Binghamton by a
night train. He said also: "Senator Lexow and
I were unable to see Mr. Choate this afternoon
but Senator Lexow will try to See him to?
SALE OF 1 CITY OFFICE.
JOHN J. SCANNEU7S BROTHES THE AL?
AN EXAMPLE Of HOW TAMMANY HALI. DAR
ITi::.I.' PLACES WHICH BELONO
TO THE Pl "I'!.E.
There has been fer yeai
th.it i laci n ? -. ler the " .'ernn ? i mat?
ter of bai il To many Hall ? '"?' ?'??
a pull," bul thc facts
few esses com ? bef ire the j - "'?'?'
..- ? l-l ,y, ii ; llspUt.
..it in a court pr
man lo wh sa r suit to
recover I of $173, whi ti bi '
n. in wh had | red il for hil dntlfi
In it.-- ca; ?. a hi h I - b. n b City
C ni:. li Louis P. Smith, ol So, Jil ?-? md-ave.,
wh ' ailee, ? tli.it for sevi . months h pal I l ? '; ;-'
V. Scanned, now administration clerk In Ihe Sur?
rogate's oiric, at ! ? ? -. and I mg ai ni ?
.f thal of) ii th t >r th. ; lac >, Mr, 8 i
nell Ia a broi -
thc Fire Hoard i: d Ti mmany li the Xlih
?-. ? ? ? ? ' I'?
ll! iii- afr] lavll Smith teila George
nell had him appointed a . i. rfc In the l:
office ;.! tl.SM :i year, and how Bcsnnell lold
he must pay to hun. Scannell, $23 i month ol hla
COO monthly salary, because Smith's |
In the Register's office had lestroyi I teven i
booh i. smith t-.-i\:; he pal I S anni :i the J. a month
until tl-." total amounted to $175. Then hi stopped.
Bcsnnell threatened him with removal I iu he
stopped paying, h< all ?:?-. but he \ to hold
on until Register Levy came Into .??:. In .; nu
ary, ISM, ah n Smith ws n rily "
Register !.. vy said ye it< rda) th tl th' r rv \ il of
' : 'it .ht !? r Tamn any Ha
Thc pla ??. h. said. bel. ngc I lo the Xltl I trlct, Of
whl li Ji hn J. B ?????? .! ls leader.
??I cot a letter from Mr. Beann ll." i I I the
Register, "telling me thal Smith had rn.1 out
of the dlstrlcl and that bc wanted John I'. Mal?
loy pul in Smith 'a pla ???. Thal wai perfeetlj righi
and regular, an i. . ; course, I removed Smith an.l
George I'. Scannell ex pres ?'. irprlse tl ti ieh
? transaction a Smith's app Intmenl and rei
should ii '? resl the public lt ? a - n family affair,
8 u : . Il said, Sm th being I
Btorj i hal !,.? ever pu ld me - ? i month ls a lie,"
asl I Mr Scannell. ' ; h - a I al i gel for hi lu?
? . .. .?
ART APPREVIATIOX IX BOSTON.
AN< ! : ER Wi IRK OF SSH -:' 0 tl DENS I
::::; MORAL SENSE OF Tt!T: COMMON
COL'KCIL OF TH \T CITY.
D ? '"n. Feb, !> (Si ?? . il. Et ": b ly ; '
fun to- lay at the Bobi Common Cou This
b ly ler the i reddings of ? :
i .;?.'?-' ? ? lg thc
Mayor to Instruct th. ti th< Public Li?
brary : . "ellmln ite ihe obj rtloi able fi itui i ol
dec >ratl m I 'aca le of i
Llbr irv bull ling, cl 1 aectly over the
When the truatees of ihe Public Library were'
inc irpor . ted ab iul tif;. en yeai - ll h
in. ?-: iry to Invent an ipi i?']??? iale . al,
igo, hov. ever, the trustees calli
yon i 'ox, of Xi w-York, to
for sn embl. m He prortu. il as ll
stan . -. .. ? h ld n hl< h bea
rests ..ii a i ? lestal, the ? . . I . -.- t\ .
, naked bo) erv I
their 1 ure two twist mb .liz*
m it to: ' ? "-.- lum lux ch
\\ ii -i the hom 1 well tn ll
struct lon Au ? tia
carvi this ? ?? ?
... (hal ulap'.ai ? ,
? ilrabl. in I vina
\oii < 'ox. When complete '
over the ma
an ; dank, d by ih<
M . -. i< ?'. . -
The Ma r, wh ? . ?'??.. hundred
i f tim. - ; nol Iki ? ? ? ar.'
tbe . "ommon Coui
ing \i i s ixiJUR.s} ?> " & i \r joxi ?
THE EX -SENATOR FIX" >M KANSAS ?? ?
WARD" AT THE ?'-..!: Ol
L - '.if. I. .:
Nashville, r b, :? W I I ? ?
tents last night al the i; ? ,?? I v
nacle in iii'- city, wh re bc ls boldlna o n
the firel )? rson il I I' ? ? I
?...?.'rd to take his exti ndi 1 ha ?? I J i ni
In nils, of Kansa
last nigh! was . ? ? ? and lt s
he took a deep in! ...
times laughing and ?
, . ? ?? gia preacher i ontinui . .'.
"I u: torse every word j >u say," he remarked
? .; I bless you," responded I Foi
"I-..si i one ??. ti" wi ? pn. I tl I? ? .<
lo; j- may al ter all have i 11 < ? li ;
hope for th. politicians pi ivt. than an in
< enl dream."
Ul!CU. WORK OF li: <l\ ". RI < HERS.
RAILWAY MEN MAIMED 1 I
shot down i ?? m . -? i.
Housi 1 Feb t Laal ... .<I lht high
r White Oak Ba; ll a re kera r< -
va ????'. the calli nd I hp! it. , Kan
md Tcxa Kalli I
c ime ... ina. the eng] |
baggage an l ma .K ind l led
d .'. n the embank . nokei
whi li lani i on ti ;. ot tl m "J :
brakeman, ?? ack to fl ir a fn
u hi. h was Boon ?? h. I not pi
hun in ' ?? i a voil tm ambush ws
Un I upon him. Foul bullet look el
bo ly. The ? i... in the in.
-?i..: rs. wei it work ex tri
In ihe ur... K.-d cars, and reared to
man's r >sciu .He,
. lt l. back ' . the train, ami
In the mall cai waa "Lou" Morris, the agent,
badly bru I, snd .rotten, li
lir-i th,.un.it was .:' his mall, and he request. I a
report! r io go to thc p ? tolili e and n
he had a big run of registen t mall. II. i'
the express messenger wa found In hi-, c i with
ribs broken ai i In a critical ? >n lit lon. J
W. Carter, h t;.- ie;, -master, was Injun i about th
head and Internally.
A i ? u m i le ur. here and ? ni I ?
the BCene. The ??? I re brought In i -. i ? tken
to the hospital. Poss. n ia on the
groat excit.mu. ini pi walls
ANOTHER ABSCONDING CASHIER.
HE STEALS $80,000 FROM A WATKINS IK. V.
HANK - il:; WAS PRESIDENT OF 1 ii!.
Watkins, K. v., Peta $ The greatest sen tl ?
thal bas been crenti ? In Watkins and the surround
lng country bi years wa , to-day when 'hi
doors of the Fii ? S tloral Hank w< re closed and
the foll,.wine startling announ ??..??.-? ?. ?, posit
ujn.n them: "Closi ll iusc the cashier baa run
Ti,., cashier la John W. Love, Ihe ;?? Iden
the rilli i- - \> ral years one of ii..- li
nv-n of the town, it baa l> n li irn. .<? Lovi
Iel i Watkins me tl las! nil t.t and tie- ai
thal hi took with him from tne i>,.rik'* vaults li
mated al il ?
!?' ,r some I rn ? Ixive sr I others < r this i
ha ve been Inti i ited In a cit) li toni h i Vt M mi .
ind., ai ll gi ie rally t i llevt d t!:.i: bc b
Involvi i spi ."iliit! rn there, I. ?? ? ri
five years old an.1 has s fai He left a
for his brother Jam ? saying thai he waa Insane
ie I would kill himself by sh
Into the :nli". lt si reported that there a
000 of state money In the bani:.
Tt-.e excitement has been Intensified by ti" find?
ing if Love's coal i I hat >,:, the dock ?? Mair.-'.
us It ls i ... irk* i that a Walkin
t , whom Love h id i ? ii atti ntl' ?? li als, mli Un j.
? ? ? ? ?
OBOAXl.Va I.\nil; linn; AHSKM/tMJSXTB.
San ?'? iky, Ohl >, r .. $ "The it. ?: uer," or thia
eltjr, owned and edited by I, P. a*ack, a anembe!
of the Western A . and for tpr.
Ita pre I wt, publ ? tatement algned by
Jamel Oordon Bennett, Whitelaw Reid, C ir'.ei
A, Dana, George V. s.e.::!.? and Charil R Miller,
that, as ;?? ti i or ins United Press
1 . stand by thal body, .... i have no Intention of
ii skins ?' i '-'I' >ml ?? with Iti rival, and
This proclamation ought ta aatlef) every mem er
of th- Assoc] .'.?? I Pn bi thai 11 fore ihe co;u< I
ii finished, a vaai amount of mon. will be ex?
pended foolishly with ultimate benefit to n
Bide, abd thal wi are tires ly being compelled to
pay an extra assessment without any additional
or corresponding Improvement ht either Hie quan?
tity or quality of the newi funUabed to the press
Miss Maria PARLOA'S
mnialnlna |00 r""ir*s which she ?.-,? |at,|y ^m^n for
HM l.irlilc CiillllHia .
oa BssHeatlon to Dauehj ^- Co., :?: p?oK piire. Kew
V.ti,. Drop a postal tot i' an.] alw^-t buy
EXTRACT OF BEEF
GEN. CATLIN ON THE STAND.
HE TESTIFIES IN HIS OWN BEHALF
IX THE SUIT AGAINST HIM,
JUDGE TRUAX'i CLTTINC REMARKS ON THE
DEFENDANTS COURSE THE JURY TO
BRINO IN A VERDICT ON MONDAT.
trial In the i ill ol J " :'" against
I B Catlin lo ?? "over 12, ? I in I ln?
r : ?? lal oounsi I fee, ? ?? I ?;????-1 il Cst
I i ? a-.- : i ' ' li ? "lng su?
th . I to do so. wai en led bef ire Judge Truax
? ? ral Cat
Aft.: Judgi Tm ix's harg the Jury retl
in the aften n n. It will bring in a sealed
? .... : ., n.;; i ? .... :. I on M >n l ly m . ..
Ing at 10:30 o'clo k.
The suit, f ' $2' ) ?!?? ! Inl rest, i is to
al out $2 80 '? In ISSI Mr. Page w i b idly inju i
In an a Ident on th Bri lg , an I he I
General C ' >'??? a
The 1 iwyer was to r
!. .ir ..." th . uni r, ? .,-:?. !. > ?n ihe flrsi trial
M . Pi g .- ? i .' spp il, ' re
:. lu Febru ii:'. 1531. Mr, :
mother verdict. \ ? I led a Ilk ill
hood of snoth r appeal, an I Mr. Page nee led
moni y, he agn 'd to take $4,500. I' his i um el
c mid ll.IO. ' tn ' Iel il >i 21, ISM, Oi n
eral C i lin scnl Mr Page a ch k for SI '?'".
willi a letti r, which i al. In pai I
"i ha vi been is tan t ly al ll In I
With Bid ?: SI
. .in,:. I and po s ll ? . '*. who have I een al
work .iii ulong the line, I have ? ? led In se?
curing about $10,000, out of m. share of which I
shall have io pay, I supp >se, Or*. Gray and Olcotl
t. -h. I would nol d . the i
v. . . again and have tho same trouble and ro
: . ?: ? ntlrc .: ni" ?: t r,| :;..., | |."
Mr. Page then asked foi i <; n
eral Callli back thal I sent a
chi ck f ir H.5i ii, Mr, P ig< h id i
? i in tho matti r, and if he wasn't il d
thal hi could sue, Mr, Page al ihe
time bf lievi I thal th. i ii v.-.-is settl. 1 for
I bm afterward learned thal Ihe H
Trust* had ile ld. d teal th* cai c
l.a l pal i i; -neral Catlin I13.IM '. whl h In. .
til" amount of thc \- rdli t, n-lth extra van ???
I;i his answer In I he pn -a I ult, Genera Cs!
lin for ihe iii t tm told Mr. !'...
! 1 ? ng iged Anthony Bai
i "I, Mr. Harrell
n.lion with tl: . Brooklyn I >'ai I Rail
way, The trial i I i bel
.In Ige 'i'm ix in thi Court t rt li
Lamb Mr. P I il Cal
ppeared for him ll 11 il .v
il l v i'll him. Mr. Lamb, I
n evidei in th.
? . , : ' ; ? .'. ll his
.... ntl Cn
In ? >? General Cat
Itt. Hi . 1 111
i ? ... M
, ? . [,, | ? tire ai ?? ?
VIr. Barrett was i wit
!? . .
Tit. . , .
Il- I that
; I '
. ? || i
? ? : .
tell In del ?
i ? ? I
ti; n mn r.\ r /? ni n i v i //.?< 11 ir/o.v.
. , j,
for r IN
..- falle.I a t tin
? ? ?
I to be I tai
a ? firm, wt i" forgerli
? ! Nu
... . ? .-. ' ?
The I minn .?.-< ind
? ; i .fl
, ' . ?? ?
'I ne i. ?? ? ? ." > ? ? i i ''.
Ilaltin a.- un i In i I si
: . I M. ?
. ? ? ? e| : i ?!.!?,
ired that ll
ni refuses to i who - ? lorsei were,
HOW STREET 1/ I TERI !/./"> TO BE BJ Jf0l I I)
ri,.Aili. OF ESTIMATE DECIDES UPON THE
TERMS OF THB CONTRACT '1 i > CARRY
REF! :. TO RIKKI I LAND
The Board of Estimate yt terda] i sid. n d I ??
the i mtract whl ri Ht rei di anlng
i inini-.-i ia-.- Andrews wishes t., .-mer bato arith
j ol D. 1 ?ll<. i r th" "final dlap slllon of i tree! ms
? i il .i Oesilons wen . t left in th*
lon thal Messrs, Andrews and Oatley nat] ar
rangi ; them. Thej had been refe/red t.. Controller
Flit h snd Pn sldent fl irk< r, ? t ihe rai M tard, and
-. ? < fflclal. brought In i .-? rlei . t
which will tl" uj. ti.'- once "nice little game." Mr.
i .-. made? . I ? ry I ? ..- i 'on
.' ? ? ?. n by
C ii,.ni -1 nf r hark, r and ... ? ?.-.. -i, in.
? 'ontr lb r an. Pax < n mt ion r, nut ? ie ki
? r ral ied no ol Afier
ll r Andrews -. I ? ? v. , -
Hy d thal he was afra . ?
al ? b dj to bid f..r lt.
'i ? ,?,..:.. > O'- removed t
: illy rn i- ur .1 u lt l-l t<li l and i
triit.m. d .a, > .? : fi
? ? ? ' I lii?i r tn .'ian. ??
? lt:;.. I'
I . : I :. mu ? til irll kv*i
le* lilli;. ,,,%?? i ll, Tl
; ..:-. t< r tia- paymi nt
i .1 al Hiker's 1 : nd. The mont lil j estimates .-r
v the num I ? nbie yards
r in -.. d by itie contract' ? tr >m tra dun
silvered bj him b hind the . 11r.\-.-..rk al
It .. :?' '?' .Ul tl." BWOm ' ? , tlfl. Ul ..: Iii"
In ;????: s alta h. I.
I Bppr v..I I!,.- l ;?? r-trtf all is
s ii ni df I, and bbl i a III i" . Ivertiae1 foi .,? .
? . m<' d waa lal i il twn bj the i'?.rp
c.ni,. 1 In '.li r.-.-'ii rpli'b.n abrogating th halley
and no priv i i ? -.- bel a-een Mr
? ? and Mr 1 ? ul y sill be rec< min .
Tin plansof the ft a. ri ? ? r t l-,i.| . v, orks ti r
p mg HP is I r it $441 ?'". ? - r Bppr red,
i i/7 '.v;,7/,?',;/; SBOBTBAXD KOOISTl
The annual meeting of the Oabelabergar Shorts
'?:. wa i held al Its ni at rooms So. 14$
? <>:.? hundred and twenty-flfth-at., on January
II The annual reports ?,r the officers were read
and ac epted. Thi "lection <.r officers for the cur?
rent year resulted as follows: Dr Rudolph Tambo,
? nt; !?-. i;t,,i,,i, secretary; >'. Btrunok. tresa*
,i i omi a. I'lshoefer, librarian. An English and
Gennan dletation cisaa f'..- iii" acquiting of speed
has been Introdueed of 1st*, Wednesday evening
I ,n to :? M >''. lock i- rt served for thin
practle. A ri gular i laaa In English shorthand ls
bi conducted on Safir,'nv evenings . om I to I
o' lo. k, Members of thc shorthand fraternity will
always be welcome ; i call al tba rooms <<( the -..
clety on Wednesday and Saturday evenings after a
IMUIOSATIOB PieUBBM fPOS JAXCABT.
The number <>f Immigrants landed nt this rmrt m
January was v.-. Ssl af sfhom were returning
citizens Th.- unmlgrsnts brought B9JUB, ot which
tba IS Qsrmsaa srhs strivel brought 99.BM; tbs
LM ItalisnS ULT",".; tne 5.',< Austrians, ttt.T.Vt; the
h? Hunssrians SMW; th* I.ISJ rtusslsns SMIS; the
111 Kngllah $4.80$; th* W I"'1". SL?11; ih* ? Swiss,
t:,T;t .ul ihe ins Arsbl ina, <;',:..
nf'th..fe who .-ame, LIM retn.iinel In New-Tort
Of thin number, W had a profession, I.HS
were skilled laborers -.""l were miscsnsnsous and
1,'fA had no occupation The numb, r returned iv.-is
Vii. tt were pisces In the hu.ii.ltal at BUM Island.
i.n 1 Six died.
Covered by other insurance poli?
cies an- all covered by our Ex?
tension Full Indemnity Policy.
It also provides indemnity in case
of fatal injuries resulting from
gas, poison, lifting, freezing, sun?
stroke, somnambulism, or chok?
ing in swallowing?a class ol
< .i iualties
That No One Else
Ttf !M:D STATES MUTUAL
390, S2S S S3I BltOADW '.' N '"?' v UIK
. uah;.' . JAMES i: I " HER.
THE TAX COMMISSIONERS BEATEN'.
JUDGE :.\i..i.i.';".s nrtsT UECi ion in '? lin
" ? . UTE .... IS IX FAVOl'. OK THE
i ec '\;> Avnxt'c n mm ?
Th* ? . of the ? ?urt ot App. il ?? rill rt
by Ju ? . .vii-, defi it< i Isaac ii. M iyn ir I
In the lati eli tlon, which lias reached the Cor?
ri ? ? nisei's ..(!!? i cs
y. itrrday, ll eras In the case of the Tas Com
m . . t th fl nd Avenu R
I'omp my, an I waa a
ai, ni ? . .1 .- h. id alf. ad) been d 'Ided
... ? General T< rm ..rn. -; ?
;. ? allon C un isl can I
i: t ? the C >ur( of Appeal T p cull ir part ? f
the de thal it m tk< i out th Se IA
ll illi ad C imp in> to h i Ini .ivent lo th.- an
t }?::,:,:::: Judge Bartlett says th ii the c r
? ?? .- i. be
i tsseta. Thia U I
-?I valuation. :
I'l'i il ; pertj.
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;.' OXOillES Sr TEE ti ITS BOA BP OT HUH TH.
Th>. ii'aa: monthlj meeting of the New-Vi rk Btste
Board ot Health ? ia held yesterday at the Mur
r.iv HUI Hotel. The Commissioners present wera
President Dr. V, O'Donohue, .,f Syracuse; Dr.
Jenkins Hesltta Officer of the Port; Dr Cyrus 1M
?<on. Dr Murray af, Adams .>f Watertown; Dr,
J. Edwards, of Oloversvllle; Attorney-General Han?
cock, Btste Engineer Alua-., ll. <:. Walcott, of
kill; fir. v.. E Millbank, <?( Albany, and Dr.
Lei i lal'li, of . i retai y. Mr. Wal
ian ol t:.,- Executive and finance Commit
l thal the flndnclal condition of til- ti
nf v. i bad, and thal In order t> meei the ex
i the annual appropriation would have !?> be
? ? d. At pres tnt, Mr, Wal >.'t said, tho Bu
i. ? i ol \ Ital :?' itlBl I the Tuber ulo ila Bu?
ri nuM best uffoi I to ?'. onomlze ll* i ,.?. ? :
lh< ' lon .thal Inati ad of tl.Ifi< ? i -? .?' thu
mts i.-ii,l; salaried ih<". should In future
i in.rdani-e with tho am...mt of work
?. ??:?>, and il. it the ?? rk In the Tuber ulo .
?? eui be tihpen.1i : altogether for a time, Tina
ni<>tlon wa., adopted by the board, which a lao <!<?
rl'led nol to have .> permanent atenographei al
i. I., tl to li meetln
Dr. Cyrus Edson reail a letter which he ht I
received from Dr. Biggs, of the Health Board -<(
this .nv. concerning a ounj man named Alex?
ander Hayden, who wa uti ting fr.un tubereu
; Ha) len waa sent t>> the Elmira Bcformn
lory, ami whllo iiu-r.. slept In i> l.nnk under a
patient lufferim; from tuberculoals He, it ls al
lei ,i, contract d the disease himself, bi ! ls now
in a ' ritleal i ndltlon. Dr Ellson said that | .
culosls n-'iiu i t" be prevslenl In Elmira, and
hint l thal an Inspection of iii" Reformatory
would be desii ible, The meeting then adjourned.
Beethoven, Wellington, Bismarck,
Killis ;iiid Queens ininiUK'ialili', nearly
all tbe minda flint have changed tho
course of affairs in the world for centu?
ries, have liccn lu Carlsbad for bodily
aili. Not everybody can go even in
these times of fast navel, but every?
body can have the benefits of Carlsbad
al a small oosl ul home in the Carls?
bad Sprudel Waler or the Carlsbad
Spmdel Salt, (which is evaporated (rom
the Sprudel Spring).
Tho genuine Carlsbad sprudel Isa
natural remedy which is always effec?
tive in nil disorders ol' the stomach,
liver iiml kidneys; for habitual con?
stipation, gouty and rheumatic affec?
tions it is without equal. Be sure to
obtain tbe genuine article, which hus
the seal of tho City ot Carlsbad and tho
signature of ?* Bisner & Mendelson Co.,
Solo Agents," on every bottle.
WOMEN (i Ii A DI'ATES MEET.
GATHERING OF THB COLLEGIATE ALUM?
M. COQUEUN RECITE! BEFORE THB anPIBKItS
A meeting of the Association of Collegiate Alum?
nae was held > sterday afternooa at Mlle. Veitln'a
i,;- ,,:, x, tea West Beventy-fourth-st. At z-.?m
?. a businesa meeting waa held. Silas Alloc
; .i-i ri -. li I. Thi ehlel I usine ? l.-forc the
ag wsa th. prone* d division of alumnae work.
It was decided that ti.<- wor'.; should be divldi l into
four cia - .ii' an I literature, ? i Mian
thr i y ?"? I ??? on imii i and the i lan formulati I sra
that the members of tia- association should choose
v - wanted m.! abide thereby, '.'ii..
having b n settled, th- election ?'? officers resulted
.. : .. v. ?. : ? - lent, M!*u Ach u-h El) ; '???
,. n, :.:. ? Clara P .twin; sei retary. Miss EUsab th
ii Hoy; ti Mice Williams. The ?
:?,'!! women are gi r>ectlv< ly. or \..-- <i.
Wellesley, Vassar id tho I'nlverslty "'. Michigan
Xhes i dlreci .- ned: Mlsa Elisabeth
Briggs, f Con : Cnlvcrslty; Miss Alice Albro, of
Brvn Mawr; Mw- Chi stohel Lee Safl 'fl- of wes
1 .?., College, and Mlsa li.-a Wait:.-:.:. of Braltb
I ? i
?I',, |ry detal] isln. ia having be n ?t'. ? I
? down bi ilrs to i nj ?>?
teri ni > the big r. om and hear I i qua
I pl incidentally tea waa
si: ".??? i by rivi . young "? mi n in almost
The I- tn was d crated wi-h newera and ; "
. | t until arter ? o'clock i ? th ti ?
w i - end d, and th se ?? al lt dsptrted re?
gret I ll
\ . , present wi re Mr . Beth Low, Mrs.
Bvlvanus Rt. i. '?????? Al ' Lei gstreet, Mrs.
K nc .... Ur Kn ny Bl ..?kwell, .Mrs.
II , . ? i i ?? r, >!rs I. uls . ult. n, Di Mr.ry Putnam
.; : |, Mig, i. ??.. '?'? ion Clarke, .vi? E
Smith. Ml ter J , Miss M .."? Bl ll
; . ir.'l !???:. :rl?:-.. Mr
, | ,| v. . i y.. us < and Mrs, Edward
M rv Map I '???? Miss Marj H.
; ,; v_ . v.- .1 '.ti T. rhf r
n?-ll. Mr.-. V ? " Lida Hurl
Mr,. . ? ,? Ellery I n. Mlsi Kl :ab*th Briggs,
i ... ?. mri rre, Miss H lei ll Backus,
Ml . Mnry i. ,w rv, '? i il 'th R i' ffin, I r.
.1 i i' n. Dr. K her Bl dr ti I Mrs. H imu< l
HENRI /-'? PRUDEX ARRESTED.
Till: PRESIDENT OF THE OLOBE BREWING COS!
i\NV t'HAROED \'.t:h ORAND LARCENY.
Hi nry B. Pi u len, i t of (h Ol il ? Brew?
ing ?'.i"-'v, ..; No. ..."? to ttt West Thlrty
second-st., n ned In Jefferson Market Po
Court ag i ? . .r;e of
? : larceny. Btephen il, Griffin, bookkeeper of'
mpany, wh ? i implalnt, alleged that
i col ted W fr im Dennis J. M irrlssey, of
X ,. One-hundred-and-twenty-second-st.,
ii to the treasurer. Pruden
? .. . No. 221 itlxth-ave. Al
?? Mah .n a I
..?..?!?. afterno rn
? . Mi
i. over to P ?' ' dilan,
a bret ? . ? rt. and th
laj Mi Pru len, a
: ? . Lin vi rsl tn of r,i ? am il
The ':'??!:. Corni my, khi h waa or
,-:??? a :? ? i, i ? i-iuf icturci ale
? i i eef ': my hat itely be n
I Is now In tht ha
riff. I .ther stock!
i ? . . . ? presl
i ? ? ? nan, la now
. in rul irlty In trana
? '.-.? amount.
EMU. BOAS HEMES I RUMOR.
ENOI I ' ? " III ? : - ' : fl ttD TO M wi: I ; KN
: ? ; ;.
I-'. A "DU
Emil B ? tl ?? agent "f the Ilsmburg-Ameiican
told a Tribune reporter yester
that I had rt ved a cabk di -; itch fr rn
:. "rumor" th il
t he II g - A I ..-.;?.' I
In ? I, lt la kn..wu th il the ll irs
burg-A merl : ? ndi I to I . .
i nd t o t ha t e ff ec l ? ? I
\ rti ? -. r, mei ? ?-. this
, to bi Ing the
'. foi ma tl ?:.
? i . the withdrawal of
f Its coi i ? English service
... of the con
' .-. the i' iti?
ti wini 1
? i linea
ling on <
j... roi m. ?
i>.-.ii Th.- result
- will be .a:
.. mg all tbe lines, r.r. In
i. the foi . Bteam hip ti
\o WORD FROM THE MISSIONS BOARDS
. ; Tl :: t "? ?! >*ETi BALE OF
I f the l. : pro|
absorbing topic among Presby
lei lai b. .'-i expressed that Um
rda of Home and
foreign Mlssioi iye<L It ta thought
that tl too far in their prep
to f..r the new building t.> stop now, unless
? ? . ight to bear on thors.
\ Ti ibune rei let ir called on Ml ta
..'?i.i- home, N... !i i-'.ith-.-iv...
Mira Ki s fres-h indi i giver
to the Presbyi i was, together with
Alexander Maitland and Robert Lenox Maitland,
one of the largeai h li and la the slater ,.f the
late Robert L, Kennedy, wi i gave 150,000 to the
i ???.!?, lovat I the purchai.f the property, snd
iso i ? :..? expenses "i altering the prop?
erty t.> Bull the pun.? of the bo rds.
"i strongly disapprove ..f rh- proposed asle of th'
propel . .-. ike I for an
???;?? >t here may i.e no
legal i . "ii why the h. inls should not .-..'ll th"
property, bul morally l nuuk there ; lr waa my
ai the f.:.,,- t<: the asle to
thc i ' iht rc waa nu Itnpllo l agreement
thal the property was to remain the permanent
.a ri. iv t-nan church work. I have rs
? ??!> I mani let! ra fi rn I'reBbyterisns among
them ministers, i pi dis tlsfaution with the
i 'm earn i ly opposed to th.*
ile, und i al o tamk ii wroiiR i.. use money for
this pslatial ii- u building when lt la needed so
badi] .a .'.ai ti work ih- prt iom grounds ore
ample, l consider, for any a Idltloua iluit msy be
rm /??/', bi // w.vd ir Bsoann ir ami / m-: *r.
Plana for the nes l uti Iii .? . f ute American
Company, al Broadway snd Pine-at, by
Bruce Price, have been accepted and work on Ute
building will loon begin, lt \m!I be a higher build
? n the Manhattan Life Insurance Conipi
nen ??m. tm., two blocks further down Uroadway,
The building u.n be linlahed bj May, 1893. li will
pi li! bl) i ? : lill of granite.
/'. I. /.'//' ? % ...' I 4 1 ll'. ' t :?; 11 .'? coXTBAi :\
Collector Kllbreth hss restored t.. Thomas .\.
Briggs the cartage contract which bsa b.i held
by u.-ga li. Deane Blnce last yrar. when it was
tak'-n awa> from Briggs bj Collector Hen
and given i" Deane, rhe contract ia worth v:
'iii" i 'ollectoi sal I ) n .,;-,, r an I
vestlgatlon the rkcretarj of the Treasury had de?
cided that the contract v.iti. Deane be cancelled
and restored t" Briggs, .... the ground that Briggs
waa more competent to do the work.
to BB AmiTOB IT un: CUSTOM BOUMBM
C dice! r Kllbreth has dlsreg irdtd the nura
applicants for the pis ?? ol auditor at th.- Ci
llouae, and la.s made an appointment for the
oiric Btri Hy on the linea of civil service reform
!ll:" ollie* hna I.n given to J, icph Knapp, who
hos t.. . a. ting au Iltur sim e M. I> Btanwoa I a
nephew ol Jum. ? <;. lllslne, rcslgneil. Mr. Knapp
bsa been m the Custom House alnce 1859 ind !.?? ls
conslderetl an etftcl nt man and well able to per?
form the dutlea ot auditor. His aslsry will be
$t,iKK) ii year.
WBALEBOXE BECOMIXO DE A BBB.
The recent export demand for whalebone lina
cauBod an advance In the pries of that vslusble
produci "i the whale ftshi ry Ssles ol ? I I
pounds ,,: Arctic, which la the superior km l, hsve
. en msda at New-Bedford at H a pound and
; -? I now don ndi I, Only alan ?:::..,.. pounds
of Arcuc and lesi than 15,000 Northwestern, a
cheaper grade, remain in the Staten, und the entire
storing is m possession of a few shrewd owners
About 160,000 pounds of Lon,, are still housed iii
trie ice region, and cannot ba llbersted until
Wann, r v rather lomfs.
w:m /Mirv COXDVCTOBM IB TROUBLE.
i.'U . I !-, ,-n? I V I. fl Ilsa. I_ ..,..._._ .
""!??:" flatt and reprimanded. The nature of t
niW-ondtiet ls earefuliy fc-?.uded by the offlelala
"ie road, and it ls Intimated that there- is La
a reneral Investlgstlon, The Irregulsrttlsa it
""ifratood. arc of a ilnanclal nature
DELAY IN SPEEDWAY WORK,
CONTROLLER FITCH TALKS SHARPIE
TO JAMES D. LEARY.
THE CON'TRACTOR MAKES A LAME EX'TSF. FOB),
NOT I3F.GIXMNC OMS al HIMS IMBI Otb
mi:nt TKUTB given oct ry
T1IR TARE COVMje.^ION.
No forward Btovsmsat has yet been rc id? on the
Karlen River Bpseedwsy, and the promlaea ma<i?
by Jame? D. Leafy, ti." eontractor, abos! the
thousands of men he would hive on the work with.
In forty-right hottTS after the Controller had sp.
proved bia contract are still . -r.fuir-.n. i. CostroQat
Flt" it Btnt for Leary ye-' pd ip, und, !;i eommoi
parlance, "read the Riot set" to him. H.- asl I; wir,
i u-..-, lt li ike ta ne ?s if yes were bumbsggaag
the people. ?'ou genet bara sa i some object in ag*
- rt ;:<?? that you Bretti l give hnasedlsts aasBseymsaji
to ;; great many ni'n. It weiss BOW thal that
t wai to create a public sentiment .. favor
of hastily awarding the contract to ros, if thai
was so, you trew *u>'<-' lawful. V.'h it now ls t:.e cause
of al! this d'.hy?"
.Mr. Leary went on to expum that he fossa! the
?? r cf the land'' dlaTereai from what he ag.
I-. ,"???!. making it neei - - up to ester uta agiseflsenta
.-?? reperty ownsra for ebiaaplsggrassaa,
i. ai to prmvu legal cornpUcati mi with thea and
> -,.;< tor damages and tne Ilka, He had r.:s law
yara it an rk an tha nntfr. ani as booh a* these
legal tangtea wara Btraighteti i out he wanta bo
ahead. He around ap ii is explanation by failing
bark on the letter of ala contract, which aa natl
gave hlr.i plenty of tlSM to get things in
The Controller was far from satisfied -..,- anani
Mr. Leary said, "Ton 'my.- hill contracts .a that
i :,? i" ira, and roar :>?? ? i l ? m that
y. i didn't know the lay of the Ii.nd li. in my
. il ia, much too thin. You must hive k.'.own
when you put in your bid that you weal I ii*#d.
the Und of other people to dump your excavations
Uj ll "
The Controller threatened to .-. led a committee
from sm mg the ? >:! ir bidden to report if Mr.
Lear) i eau , sad if I mea
ought aol to be empl ed on the ? irk al one*.
Before th? two m>n separated Mr. Fitch told Mr.
Leary 'i'1' he would hold lum to the m ??? :.+d
performance <f ev ry covenant In 'h.- coatransj
':';-:?? Park Commissioners gai out empl ? tr.***"
1 yesterday f t ?'?" men, who .ir.- tb i>e sst
at w.,r:< on tha park improvementa on M iy,
charity aocietles gol about half of these tickets
real were dlstrlbuti I imohg the Tammany
n,:i district leaders Thia gave <?-.:.-h leader a bout
five tickets Michael J '. labor < x. -it,
will be or. haul ai the Arsenal In Central : .r'/. ?n
Monday morning, when the ni-n report, to "alga
them up." Those whom he d ispprovea >f wi|
have to go. .-ml be will probablj have mea not
far eff to till the vocancii i
PRESIDENT AN DBE Wi 111.1.U FOB TRIAL
HE AND THB s: Tl'.i'lNTKM'KNT OP THI COBS,
PANT WHICH HA* BEEN COMMITTIXa THB
BOFT-OOAL Ni'is.wi: ARRAIONED,
Prcsldenl \v"nu.-t^?- C. Andrews and Beet barp Oj.
C. Bt. -i.-hn. of the New-Y.-rk Steam '
were arraigned In the Tombs Pottee Court ? ter*
.lay afternoon, .hw,-, l arith mala) i um*.
Both waived examination, and were beld I I
bin for trU! In the Court of B| H They
were p iroli d In tl cuatod ? W I
until thia mornli .-. when o ill will t
Inspectors fr.oil the Health I >? . wtmeni ?? .1
. , ... ? wal ig the Nev.--1 k 8t?-ua
t at C .rt: ii lt and iii nwlrl i.
If a ly r ? ? soft coal Bm ki I m 'ne
Preald. n* Wilson. ? :' the lb I
lld that tl ? ri w tu! I keep doa. the
s'.. tm and such * I n a . .. i i ?? ? ?
from time ' ? I Ime aa would efl **
tif smoke n tlaan :*.
CASE OP gCABLBT TBTBB TB TBTVITY ff BOOt
Trinity School, on" tl f the es>
dowed schools in this dtp, waa cl sd for a f^w
days this week bees isa f the l
t..? n renton I from iii ????'? Bcailet foi - tb .t
ttended :hn"''h-i.i lately, and among
them wag E ward M. Norris ? member ot the
fifth . in the city, awl
!? hag board i a th the fur..:-, r the Res, \ sj ??
i Imann, the ra l r of the school, on the fourth
tl tr of the school building.
\- dinner oa Bundey he complained of feeling
III, ani he want t" bed earl;.. I . ?' la) ni >rntr.g
a.. remained In bsd, ind a physician who uu
, i ' ,i to iee him thought he hid an attn * f
Itis but In the afternoon ?*?? raab, whiei n
th ? ii" it rn irki i syrni >m fet . an*
?.. and an inapt ctor of th< Coa>
? if us Diseases s*at I to tbs school
ther pupils, who had n >? b an br >-i | Bs
? ,. ? with the ll '-: v"'\ . WI :?? ul to their ?
mg Norris was I 'K'-n bt ia ia>
to thi Willard lark-- Hospital. Later, he
wai transfern I I i one of the wards on N r,h
Brother Isla "ri I il .rt
their roms while the tors fur* I tha
r i thorough!) but tl Behool waa * ? tea
Il - lay lt waa said :? iterda thai ins
timely precautions doubt leas would prereat a
? read of the fever - - -hool.
And TRAFALGAR SQUARE,
I'lii? Mneriiilif-rnt lloirl i- Bon fhe
Pgmparty uuil iiudi-i* tliv Pirrci Vitia*
a^f nirut ot'
THE GORDON HOTELS,
Built in 1890.
One of the fluent sail
Thc "Most Complete
ll ode rn Hotels.
T!ie entire sanitary ni-rmi semen ta nrs b>
Messrs. Ji-iinii.ks of I.oiitlou.
GRAND HOTEL DE PROVENCE,
Undor tho samo Management.
Midland i ^^JS^K^K
ri OTC I Ss t gjl'BBXM HOTEL.
? ? \ - LBBba -?
Cm/vUnJ the hiiim.ami hotel.
england. . derm
If It-grniiia, ".'liilolrl, I,ohiI?m."
Oirrli.i.-Kltia (lie Uiver unit Kinb.itik-tieiil liin rile tis.
BBSM BBBaSSM basal In London. Iii.-ry stiile of - titus
unit beti room, mut tied ii ml dress: n i amii Itt* a
I"ti?iite Itnlliruom, vic.
I i?liii'?l lt.* Klerlrlt-ltr. Oil* Mlrvnioia.
Toe Finest lteslniirii.il. Cuisine nutl ('ellura in Lon los.
(nrliailed Situation In Pt rtland Plars,
At Top "f fls>fnUl St. W.
ConTrnlrnt fur lue Bett 'BflflBS, Tlirstrss, Ktc,
tvoi) 'inderi; Co iii I ort iiikI foiiveii"
lenee. Itloderate Turill.
? ? wm rn v.s ? ? m. i - - r- i . |-.\ >i Ii.\.-.. J.' TN . , '.S-?
ll / mi AliKt.rni H0TBL,
anway f .. . i ?
' \ Tin: iiim.ami ii.ir:-;i..
k ia\ati\.'. wffasUBBj
very sgreesbts i> uws
Irsn |g Bl'petfte, ?""'"'? Bal lBt?B.
' .- ...id ...-in -ii- arising
fro ii tl.oiii.
38 liu,. J. - Anldvci,
FV1 kg *n dniKSUts.
*J lyindon effie* of Th* Tribune. Sa. I Norfo'.B-si..
Strand. W. C.. a convenient pl.v* le tsar* their ?4v*rtus>
aunts for oubllostion la Tb* Trtbuns.