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AFFAIRS IN BROOKLYN.
NO BRIDGE STATION AT TILLARY-ST.
TM TRUSTBBg DECIDE TO CONTINUE WORK
UNDER THU OLD PLANS. WITH THE
9TATIOX AT HIOH-ST.
The Bridge Trustees took definite action yester?
day In th* matter of the much-dlacuaaed terminal
facilities at the Brooklyn end of the Bridge, lt
-waa unanimously decided to resume work under the
plans adopted last winter. Work under these plana
?raa stopped last fall, when Qeneral Barnes began
an agitation for Improved facilities. This action
ends the efforts to carry the Bridge atatlon to
Tlllary-at.. with an en- -mous expenditure of money,
and fixes it at High-st . where the sutton will ex?
tend to Sands-st., and front on the open plana
which extends te Fuiton-st. There were six trus
teea present at yesterday's meeting for February;
only the Mayor and Controller of New-York being
absent. The Terminal Committee, through Trus?
tee Skinner, reported the resolution that work be
resumM on the Brooklyn terminal station, under
the plans adopted In February, 1893, and that the
engineer bu instructed to proceed with all posaible
expedition arith the work.
Controller Corwln asked Prealdent Howell If he
still held thal the Tillary-at. station would not
cost more than W.500.000. and that lt could be
completed In two years. Mr. Howell 6ald he did.
"How. then, could it be paid for from the sur
plua recelpta of the Bridge?" asked the Controller.
"Oh. we could laaue certificates of Indebtedness
if Cie Legislature authorized it." replied Mr. How?
Mayor Schleren was asked for his views, and
said: "The natural ending of the Bridge ia where
the foot passengers and carriages leave lt, a!
Ban li-st.. i.nd any further extension ls only for
railroad purposes. The plans bara been male and
contracts given for the station between Sands and
High sis. Tlie city at pr-sent needs all possible
Income for regular expenses, and the surplus Bridge
i ? ipta cannot be afforded for extending railroad
f.i, tillea Tha ci".zens are forcibly not In favor of
tm- Tillary-st. station. From ail these considera?
te in 1 deem lt wise to go on with the original
l'tie motion was adopted without, any opposing
vote*, but Controller Corwln wlshtd to be recorded
a* not voling. Resolutions were adopted calling
f r iil l.i for the work of grading and paving Lib
erty-st.. and for i*avinK tiie roauway at th* New
Yi.fk tainiinus. Thu City Works department of
Brooklyn eras asked to put In water and sewer
pipe* tn th" new part of L-lberty-st. for the con
* BOCO of residents there, and to set lamp-po-sts.
A report was made by Superintendent Martin In
regen) lo the comparative cost of lighting the cars
with oil or iras. Two cars have h?en fitted up with
the Plnts:'i gas aystern and run for a month. Mr.
M.irtin said lhat to light all ths ears run ut nish!
for a year with gas would cost 88,88380, and with
t..l by ths present system lt cost I0,7S>, a difference
In favor ol the latter .>f H.tRX Trie chief expense
Would lie the Interest on the ros: ,,f equipment. A
r^|K>ri waa read which Trustee Skinner, who la a
railroad man. had prepared, aboerlng that the cost
of llchiing by oil waa twenty-four times as great
es with toe Plntseh gas on the Delaware, Lacka?
wanna arid Western road, and much greater on the
W<-st Shore ar. 1 Erie roads. Pre-sident Howell said
the present system provided a poor and dull light
and thal the Pintsch system waa much superior.
Mr. BkBmer aaid that lt would probably be cheaper
to lUht the cars with tallow dipa Than any other
wav. but the Bridge cars should be well llghtpd.
The present system was abominable, and the best
system should )>e adopted. All the chief railroads
of the country had substituted gas or electricity
for ci'.. The Broadway cars had the Pintr-eh sys?
tem, and it was satiafactOTy. The matter was
I..'. 1 over a month
The recelDts reported for January" were JKH.662 73
from trafllc. and the expenditures $S1.&(H9. The
irM'-.irer. Mr. (".ark, has 1173.714 16 In the bank and
on hitm:. There were 3,557,092 passengers In the
cara last month.
JUDGE CULLEN RESERVES HIS DECISION.
AI'.'.'MUNT ON THE MOTION FOR A MANDAM!"?
TO COMPEL THE Sl'PERVlfORS TO EX?
PUNGE THE RECORDS OF THE MON
. DAT PROCEEDINGS FROM THE
Owing to the lack of a quorum, the Board o.'
Supervisors failed to meet yesterday, and adjourn?
ment whs taken until Friday afternoon. Supervisor,''
Donovan an 1 Enderlln were absent when Supervisor
Dike, the temporary' clerk, called the roll. They
ai>i?eared a little later and Bald that business had de?
tained them. The clerk. Farrell, waa present anU
said he was ready to proceed with the business ana
,he board, but the Supervlsor-at-Large. Mr. Fltchie.
The argument waa heard by Judge Cullen yester?
day In the Supreme Court upon the motion for a
mandamus to compel the Supervlsor-at-Large an;!
tlie Hoard of Supervisors to expunge from the min?
utes the proceedings taken by the Republican ma
j .ruy last Monday. John H. Kembla, for Supervise:
McKeown tirem.), argued that the board had n,.
right to seat Frederick Llnde (Rep.) as Superviso
of the Eighth Ward, and without his vote there
would nit have been a quorum. ileorfr.' F. Elliott,
( luneel of the board, held that the court could not
oril>.-r the expunging of the minutes, and that
Llnde had been properly chosen, and had a right
to si. in the board.
Judge Cullen told counsel that they had overlooked
the principal point. It waa clear that If Kehoe hail
not resigned on December 30 his term would haw
continued until hla successor had been elected by
ths poop**. The only question was: "Did the death
or resignation of a holdover create a vacancy whlcn
can be tilled by appointment of tne Common Coun?
cil?" (rn this Judge Cullen reserved decision.
The G.-neral Term heard argument yesterday on
the appeal from the decision of Judge Cullen, which
seat,si Supervisor Ryder In place of R. L. Parsley,
of the town of Flatlands, in the board. James C.
Church held that the term for which Barsley wa:
was elset! I w.ts for two vears under the laws o
1st George F. Elliott argued that the law of IS?
limited the terms of Supervisors of the towns fa
one year. Decision was reserved.
A POY SHOOTS HIS YOUNG COMPANION.
3c ph Martnhoff, sixteen yeara old, of No. 173
il Kibbin-st.. waa shot In the mouth with a Flo
ber-. rifle by "Frenchy" Gruler. a boy of his own
age. In the Jewish cemetery at Woodhaven on Sun?
day, and ls now In a serious condition at his home.
The shooting, according to young Marinhoff, was
a deliberate attempt of Gruler, to assassinate him.
Ile says he was enticed into the cemetery by Gru?
ler. away from some companions. Pointing to a
gr.*ve. Gruler had told him that he was going to
die and would be buried in the grave. Young Gru?
ler then raised the rifle, the wounded bov declares,
and fired the bullet, striking him in the "mouth and
Og In the left side of the neck. Several teeth
wera knocked out. and a piece ol' hla tongue was
cut off. Marinhoff ran from the cemetery, bleeding
from the mouth. He was met by John Schuman,
Prank Hohn and WUltem Bernhardt, ihe compan?
ions wh.,m he had left a few minutes before. Gril?
ler was a few feet bthind him, still holding ihe
smoking nfl*-. He declared that the shooting had
'?If any ol you say a word about this." exclaimed
Gruler, "I will do the same thing to you, too."
Griller then disappeared, and the wounded boy
was tnkeri to a near-by drug store, and later to St.
John's Hospital, Bast New-York, where the bullet
was extracted. He was then removed to his home.
VETERAN" SOLDIERS DINK.
The reunion and dinner of the Veteran Assioola
tlon of the &6th Regiment, N. G.. S. N. Y., were held
at Wilson's Hall in Pierrepont-st. last evening.
There were about I'S) present. Speeches were ma,!"
by a number of members of the regiment and
others, and Edwin Ludlain presided.
GATHERED ABOUT THK TOWN.
President Daniel F. L*-wla, of the Brooklyn City
Railroad Company, has returned from hla trip to
the S. Otb, made necessary- by the attack of the grip
from Which he suffered. H- resumed his di;ti?-s yee*
terdhy, and said that he felt equal to performing
William Barry, who was stabbed on Sunday morn?
ing In the shdOSaSS by Salvatore Perron at No. 20
Carroll-si., died yesterday at the Long Island Col*
l?-g<- Hoapltal. He waa forcing open Perron's door
when he was stahl,fi.
Seven more employes of the Department of City
Works sen- discharged yesterday by Cotntnlssloner
White, who will dismiss two more clerks on Satur?
Tha Aldermen yesterday ordered that the City
Hall be decorated on Washington's Birthday, and
that National. State and city flags be ittsplayed
B.*''.g.-? f< r the new members of the Board of Alder?
men were ordered by the board yesterday.
Kdward W. lTtce resigned aa chief clerk In the
City Clerk's office -festsTday.
The Aldermen yeaterday changed the name of the
Hoi-pltal for Cc ntagioua Diseases to the Kingston
Av.-.-.rn- ii assn .
There are 1SSJ -1., trie llghis in ihe city atreeta,
and sixty-eight more have bees erOSJied.
Mrs. william J. Pope, who disappeared from her
hom-, Nb. 1.101 Paildc-st., os Friday night sp*
pear.-i el the RsJsihsre. pottos sutton resterdey
?ha ? um soi ->.pun. where Mat bad been. p.,r Borne
years sae Kai been s4d**cted te the .,,,. ,it m?rpMll(/
aaa] has bees in an lestltuttoa f-.r tha habit
The oxford club will sir* a IruW ?i:i,ilie? (0.
Professor Fraiius ll. Sc ddard, of the Unlversiiv
rf the c-y ?f Kew-Tora, aili ie,-,urH ,? A *
lat!, No. BSJ Fulton-*!., this afternoon a, 4 , ., , '
Battas the ssjesgoes of tha Brooklyn Institut* ti,.'.
?bjeetc fths leets* will be "The Epical Utera.
lt the Sixteenth Century; the -Orlando Purl ?,,* of
Arioat. ; the 'Lualads' of Cambus, ??,. the 'Jeni- I
salem Delivered' of Tass***-"
look orr for these stoi.f.x checks.
Postmaster Dayton has issued a warning to the
banks of this city against cashing checks for
strangers, ansi requesting them to cause the de?
tention of all persons presenting checka, the in?
dorsements of which may be believed to he
fraudulent. Mr. Dayton says that a number of
letters containing checks malled In this city have
been stolen, and the checks cashed by means of
forged indorsements. It ls thought that the let?
ters with the checks have been taken from the
letter boxes by some one who has unlawfully ob?
tained a key.
"HARVARD OBIBBOB" EDITOBS CIIOSEX.
Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 12 (Special).?The aenPr
board of "The Harvard Hally Crimson" withdrew
lo-nlght, leaving the Daper In the hands of the new
officers from the class of 'Sf, This ClOBta the twelfth
year of "The Crimson's" existence. The Board of
Editors t',r ,ho ensuing half-year was elected as fol?
lows: President, Edward Henry Warren, '%, of
Worcester, Mass.; managing editor, Norman Will?
iams Bingham, jr., "bb, of S. merville, Mass.; secre?
tary, Ger-me Davis Greene, '88, of Cambridge; t.usi
i c-s manager, Hannibal Ingella Kimball, Jr.,''m, ,.f
New-York; assistant business mnnaper, William
Burns Wi Iffe, 'BS, of Colorado Springs, Cot The as.
sedate editors are J. K. Whittemcre, 's<5, of Cam?
bridge; W. Emerson, '95, of New-Tork; E. V. Proth
Ins-ham, '9'.. of Brooklyn, and P. J. Mahoney, of Hop?
MR. DBPBW DEXIES a MBPOXT.
Chauncey If. Depew yesterday discredited a re?
port, which had been telegraphed fror.i Colorado
Springs, that the Yanderbllts were Interested with
A. O. Ton-lon and W. P. Crosby, who organized
the Portland Consolidation which obtained con?
trol of all the mines on Battle Mountain. The
capital of the cnn any was sal! to he BJ.MW.OOO.
Mr. Depew said lhat the Vanderbllts wro DOl ex*
tending their enterprises at present.
srccEssEfi. mull op ., PJOXBMB coups.
A reception and drill given by the Lincoln Pioneer
Gerta, at Tammany Hall last evening eras sue*
? -.-sisfiil and highly enjoy,!.!.-, al*.ut ]"
being present The eerpe bas IH membere, of whom
sixty are uniformed and well dnlltsl. Tho uniforms
are of dark blue cloth with stripes of buff, and
ar.- handsom.-iy laced with tl,,- Bama soler. The
uniformed nu imbers carry ax?-s, jan I ih.-ir drill last
evening showed mii'-h peofldency and elicited
rounds of heany ssajlSSUSe. Tha l...rtalion area com*
! by Major WhinieM x/an cu. assisted by
Captain Winiam nm),, Ueuteriaurts K hamid n.
glbbona, rJejnMoa E Oakley and William Ba. Clair
Hamilton, and Bereennt-Major C. William Wood
bridp. After the 3rlll ,...... u ,< S JJ the
music of Haynes mth Regiment Hand, which -sam
furnished mu.-.tc for the drill.
PMOTBSTIBO A0AIX8T A rii.TUY car.
John H. BevM.-y has sent a complaint to tbs
Mayor shout the old car of the Minhth Arsntis
Railroad company which ia og a sn,- trees- ebor*
Flfty-nlnth-st., and ls need aa a aUUoa by peases
lera who ar* traaeferred to Harlem cars, ti,,- ,-,,
ls filthy, ho *,,ys, ai,,I abOQld i,. r,-i:i,.v.-d lt La
kept there becauss the number of cara whtoh rm,
to l-fiy-nlnth-si. ls three |lme* larn-r thar. n?.
riumlx-r tba! run from Flfty-ninth*a1 to Ha
ai i lb* Ii leengi ra transferring mun t0 ,,,,,, i;.,:
car nulli a H.-1 lc ni cai I 'n's
The .Mayor he* Mated tl,.- Corporstton Counsel for
rm opinion as to whether the (*?m^ny has th,,
right r,, keep tins car stationed ai the place in
Linns- Mi,Hf AT IHE UBITMBSAUST tiru.
Th.- sevciiiy-H.-veaUi regular mooting >.r n,,- im
rersallet Club was bald last sr?*ilag ai Clark's
No, d U'"'i Tw.-niy-third-si , ii,,. ,M.,.,,^,,n hetng
??hajAlmt Night " a social rneetlag took ptaves al I
..'dock, and Unner was Barred to ehoul |M gueau
nt | ,i o',-lo,k lh. l(.-v Dr .! C, Vl.iis ,,f the
I'nivei-Hallst Church of Ul Souls, Brooklyn pr, i
deni of the club, prc iMed After the dinner ....
Rev Dr Al*.e,ii cullin: rn, former)j ol llrooklyn
r?*.td an Interestlna paxpet oe ??Tha World's Fail
and sahibtted m.". iituidnumo su-rwui/Ui-on vjeWb |j|uh.
tnalUiir the subject.
PROMINENT ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
BRUNSYVICK-Russ?ll J. Wllaon. of San Francisco.
FIFTH AVENUE?Ex-S*nator Frsnk Hlscook, of Syra
:use; ex-Governor Charles H. Sawyer, of N*w-Hamp
ihlre; ex-Qov*rnor P. C. Lounsbury. of Connecticut;
-onereisman William V. Hepburn, of Iowa; John Dalzell, of
Pennsylvania, and SerenoE. Payne, of New-York. GILBEY?
lorin Boyd Thacher, of Albany. HOLLAND-Oovernor
Frederick T. Greenhalgh arid staff, Colonel Charles H. Tay?
lor and Btephen O'Meara, o Boston. MURKAY HILL?
Bishop John P. Newman, ot Omaha. NEW NETHEKLAND
^olonel Theodore 8. Williams, private secretary t<> Gover?
nor Flower. YBTOBIA?J. C. Alves de Lima, Brazilian
Jon*uI at Montreal.
WHAT IS GOING ON TO-DAY.
Trial of John T. McKane. Brooklyn.
State Railroad Comn'.lsuon. Chamber of Commerce
rooms, ll a. m.
Board of Aldermen. City Hall.
Police and Pilot Commissioners' metlngs.
Jockey Club meeting. No. 1.111 Broadway, 4:30 p. m.
S*awanliiika-Corinthlan Yacht Club entertainment. No.
7 East Thirty-second-st., Ii p. m.
Cutting; will case, Surrogate's Court.
Thirteen Club dinner. Hotel Jefferson, 8:1.1 p. m.
Society of Amateur Photographers, No. Ill West Th!r
Iy-clKhth-al., 8 p. m.
Annual meeting of American Yacht Club, Delmonico'*,
Quill Club meeting-. Clark's, evening-.
Brolherhood of St. Andrew, Parker's, 8 p. m.
Archaeological Institut* of America, New-York Society,
Hamilton Hall. 8:30 p. m.
Harlem Republican Club, No. 1*5 West One-hun.red
aed i waif nilli si, s p. m.
Por-lgn Missionary Conference 0:80 a. m. and 2 p. m.,
No. 53 Flfth-ave., and 8 p. m.. Central Preabyterlan
William J. Bole* before th* Noon Prayer-Meeting,
No. 113 Fulton-st.
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel, One-hundred
nnd-twenty-fifth-st. and Flfth-ave., will give an en?
tertainment fer charity at Hammerstein's Opera
Hone* this evening. The following will eppear:
Edna Springer, Amie Wackes, J. Burdette. Ernst
Bauer. Mabel Stevenaon, Arta Bowen. George Kln
?jtds, Albert Thies, Schwab and trchestra. and a
quartet of vlollnlsta.
A meeting cf the New-Ycrk Archaeological So?
ciety will be held in Hamilton Hall, Columbia Col?
lege, at 8:30 o'clock this evening.
The fcurth annual Indocr gamea of tha Barnard
School at the armory of the 8th Battalion will bs
held on Friday evening.
A special meeting of the Ladles' Health Protective
Association will he held at 10:30 a. m. to-day at No.
Bil West Flfty-slxth-st.
A "hard times smrktr" will be given by the Inde?
pendence Club at No. 101 Weet One-hundred-and
twenty-seventh-st. on Saturday evening.
A collection of seventy-one paintings by American
artists will be sold ut auction on Friday evening at
the Fifth Avenue Art Galleries, No. 3?6 Flfth-ave.
The thirty-third regular meeting of the yuill Club
will ue held this evening at Clark's restaurant, No.
22 West Twenty-thlroVst. The meeting will be at 6
o'clock and the dinner at half-past 6.
Mr. anc? Mrs. F. J. Allen, of the Astor House, will
leave the city to-day for Hot Springs, Ark. From
there they will visit the Midwinter Fair In San Fran?
cisco. They will bo gone about six weeka.
"Ye goodlle dame Aunt Polly Bassett" and her
idd-faahloned "slngin' skewl" will appear on Thurs?
day and Friday evenings, February 16 and IT, at the
Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church, untfer the aus?
pices of the "Junior Hepworth League" of the Sab?
bath-school; proceeds for the poor of the neighbor?
hood. Belinda, the pride of "ye skewl," will be
The Clyde Line ateamer Seminole sailed from Pier
N*>. 29, East River, at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon
f. r Jacksonville with S large Hst of first-cabin pas?
sengers, arnon.*? whom were Archbishop Carrigan
and the Kev. James Conolly, who go to Thomas
ville, Ga., hy way of Jacksonville.
The ocean tug Triton will start fer Tamplco, Mex?
ico, to-day, to t"W to thia port the disabled Nor?
wegian steamer Komsdal.
The ahlp Llewellyn J. Morse, which arrived here
yesterday from Sar Francisco, reported that on De?
cember 12, in latitude '.8:25 south, longitude 47:">8 wej?t.
five Icebergs were sighted, each from &0 to 100 feet In
E. Kellogg Wright, treasurer of the Horace Gree?
ley Statue Committee, acknowledges the receipt of
$100 from Rogers, Peet & Cu., the broadway clothiers.
"Savonarola" ls the subject of a lecture to be given
this evening In the Presbyterlin Church, Elghty
Mxth-st. and Lexington-ave., by the Rev. W. P..
An entertaining and Instructive lecture on "The
Hawaiian Islands" was given by William Libbey,
jr., profeBSor of physical geography at Princeton
College, in Chlckerlng Hal! last evening, ur.der the
auspices of the American Geographical Society.
SEWS FROM THE SUBURBS]
WESTCHESTER CO UNT Y.
Blackmore, the well-known landscape artist, gave
i whist reception at his hom- in M ,unt Vernon on
aturday night, and the first prize* were handsomely
ramed water-colors from bia tran studio?one a
andscape and the other a marine view. Among
he manv present wen* Mr. SM Mrs. Joseph B.
Yood. Mr. and Mrs Arthur Williams. Mr BM
,lrs. Horn, Miss Itlarkmor.-. Mr. Stoop, Mr. K-:, Is?
on nnd Mr. C,erm .in TB guests n'so had the
?rivllf-Ke of viewing many ,,f th.- r?c<mt paintings by
,ir. Blackmore, after which refreshments were
Ab the time for the holding cf the 8tate Encamp
nent of the Department of New-York Grand Army
if the Republic drawa near, lntenat in the choice
if a Department Commander increases In Yonkers,
iecau.se a Yonkers man la a prominent candidate.
Commander John C. Shotts, of Kltching Poet,
}. A. lt., of Yonkers, ls a well-known and popular
rotnrade, anl when he was put forward as a cuidi
late by Hitchins Post, the nomination waa re
?elved with enthusiasm all over Westchester
,'ounty. Commander BbOttB his made an energetic
-.invars, in which he has visited the principal cltl?s,
ind h.- reports that the news from all parta of the
State ls encouraging. Wt mc',eater County has
lever been honored by the selection of a Depart -
nent Commander from within Its territory, and the
nhabltants think that lt ls er.tilled to recognition.
i'i<- County G. A. rt. Association will go to Roches
er in a irpeelal car. and lias mada bli preparations
? : : .?-..:.. andi late at thew ...
**'ei>p?*rhan J.,. Ific, l-\ and A. M., ls maxing bia
M-eparatlona for celehratlng its twenty-first anrii
reraary on Tuesday, february no. ... A meeting
>f the"Board of Education will be held to-nlgnt.
PENALTIES FOR HAZING.
The church committee, consisting of four members
if the faculty, two atudenta from the senior class
ind two from the junior class, which have been
nvestlgatlng the hazing incidents of a few weeks
igo at Rutgers College, B/bea members cf the
lophomore and freshmer. class-ts were treated to
:oats of green paint by the young men of the
ilass, have made known their finding. All con?
cerned confessed and thus saved themselves from
sxpulslon. The penalties Inflicted, however, are
levere. Six sophomores and seven freshmen were
luspended for two wtcks, one freshman waa sus?
pended for one week, three sophomores and seven
'reshmen were sentenced to be reprimanded by the
'acuity, and four other sophomores will be repri
nar.ded by the president, Dr. Scott. All of those
luspended were ordered to leave the college before
nldntght last night. No names have been made
Detective McXalr, of Paterson, was on his way to
rrenton with a prisoner named Hasbrouck on a
Pennsylvania Railroad train yesterday, when the
prisoner sprang from his seat, ran to the platform
ind Jumped off. The train was going slowly, ar. i
n-as Just passing Falr-s:. The prisoner landed on
Ul fours, and getting to his feet *??.irted to run.
rhe detective had follow-I him from thc- train, and
irawlng his revolver fired several shots, finally
overtaking his niau. Hasbrouck was placed on
mother train and t,ok< n t I Tl ::*on.
Summonses were issued yesterday tn a suit >,v
Christopher Arnold, of No JU Oi mg.-. for -
igainst th" Delaware, Lachatranna and w
Itallroad Company, for Injuries
recent accident at Hasbrouck bridge. Mr. Arnold
la twenty-fire years old, and waa employed in a
Mew-York clothing house, ii-, has a wita snd chil?
dren. II'.* ls still an Inmate of Sr. Min's II ??
pital In Hoboken.
An apparent attempt to wreck S train was dis?
covered and frustrated in Harrison on Sunda)
Bight Ah,,ut li" feel from the Harrison bi
at ll O'clock ;i pic
a ? i t!?rh;ly In a fr-.*,' on track,
e/aa struck by s drii; erurii
slowly, with,,,*, damage. The matter w
reported to the Harrison pol
The Reformed Church at Linden was Inn
by tire on Sunday ir.oriil-i!.-. t!.>- tl lines being tlrst
discovered under the galles*. In the lier. Th- firs
originated In a defective furnace. Th*- alaru
given and a bucket l-rift'ide vms quickly I' I
and did effective w irk b sf re rhe arrival et thc
local lire department. ]
work to completi which were
neared I ? tlmated at
from | . i?wlnc to tba fir.- no ii:
services could be held, and al nUhi only a brlel
service took placf in tn,, lecture-room.
TO OPPOSE THE PROBATE OF THE WILL
The relatives of Father Corrigan, wi
testing his will, announced ysstsrdsy that they
would oppose the probate o' th- win. They said
that they preferred to have the property go to th
Church of Our Lady of Grace, In Hoboken, than
to have lt divide! In ? with the lal st
will made by Father Coi i m Ul tr ol
lt le doubtful If thi r will
The story *riven out I Fathei
F "-gerald had found the old will. Fat". .
the administrator, aayi I .- all Father
Corripan's papers, and took charge of them Im?
mediately ui*.,ii Path,:- Coi
not nee how ari one except rtlmsell could havi
found the old will. He kl
Have wh.'.t he hns, read rn tl
seiior Your,,?, who ls emoloyed by the contei
admits that there la another will, though he doea
not know who his lt.
Tlie bodv of the woman found !n tl... !'
Uiver at Paterson on Sunday wis Identified yester
day as thai of the wi ? ??? Oj the Rev. B, W. Welt
and th- er of School I loni ml isioner Ed?
ward Weiss Aft-r the death of her huabend I
years ago. Mrs. Weiss v lit. I her I In G
many, and ? n her rel irn live I quietly In twoi
ro ima in the rear ot Ju
v.m Houten-at Bhe i ed ,i im her home on
Friday morning leal
Th- funeral of Dr. I aler dire I
large of the C runty Boa Iders, waa held
yesterday afternoon In the *; rman Preabyl
Church of Orange The church v. as densely packed.
The funeral was ons of tha largest eeer ac
*.h>- Oranirefl The pall-bearers arere Ben
Smith. Jr.. Gottfried Krueger, Mayor Lawi
T Fell Free ni F. Hamilton and
own c-nhiii. I"-. William .'. Wa is,m. of the -
iis,ar.| of Medical nd Dr
Oar] Buttner. Among those present w.
Herman Lehlbach, C mtv Kew ster Willum Rlker,
Jr.; count*- Clerk James T. Wrightson, Count) Kn
trin, Br -! mi ? Os en J, hn !:. U
berry, Mayor Joseph Haynes, of Newark: I
? irange < Joni mon <
ri!, and nearly all the city and towns!
The Berricea were c ' t>>- the pester ?
i-hurch. the Kev. Herman Grunnert, and tbe i:
Hr. j,.hn K'idoiph. ,f Hoboken, The burisl ???
I toeedale ('? meti ry.
INSURANCE POLICIES MAT Bl REVOKED,
LO.vo ISLAND CITY, Insurance agent hold?
ing iw per cent of ti." Insuiaa ??? risks ob
Long- isianl City property waited on Mayor
H. s Sanford and tb sire in 1 Water I
of that city yesterday afternoon, with the
announcement thu unit the irater supply of the
city waa Increased without dc iy, and the fire dc
pertinent reorganised on a I they were
i by th lr c impend s to rc . polio
in the .'Uv. This actl n .*. i ? brought about b
recent fires and the scarcity of srater in the
, i| ed arith the remarkable Inefficiency of tn*
fire department, thei ire two
ii, r ire the sm-,- i. ? . | \ ,,- ..,,. ,.x.
tension of ih*- s i er ns the
Hr- department, and sa ? rei ill of tha In trance
agents appeal a delegation fr mu thia city trill v. >
to Alhiny to-day Iii tn.- Intereata of the meaaurea
DB. OBI i I i>:
,- lunatic and , i the ,. mmu
and li i*..ul! b* a lu; " In I'1- Vc mc ni up ii me pri
? happy-go-luck) belief regardini tn.
harmless, There ran said, m be .. nardahlp li
lae ol tina kind, hai ?'? i ll ma em al flrai sight,
bi .-I ?? ii ,? ?? ? ?? re i nrall f.r a |..i s
time, ir nm f r life, bi ??' mj rn familiar a ll
ii- i I,,- .inti.-nil if the Billen: lu
Dr. Ira ii. 1 lami, Amlir ? B
Murray, '! rs< W Bf phena, J \ , i, ,\ <?.
R herta snd James W. Hawes arere elected lo mern*
Highest of all in leavening strength.-UtestO.S. Got. Pood Report
AGAINST TIIE WILSON BILL.
"TUE WORLD" HITS A SNAO WHILE
HUNTING FOR FREE-TRADERS.
NKW-KN'.I.A.Vn MANI FACTIKKRS HAVE SOME?
THING TO BAY WHICH WILL RE OF IN
TEKF.ST TO WOHKINOMF..V.
"The New-York World" publlahed a number of
Btgned statements from manufacturers yesterday.
Its object was to got expressions of opinion favor?
able to the prompt passage of the Wilson bill. But
some of these statements were not of a nature to
phass Mr. Wilson's followers. For Instance, C. M.
Weld, of Boston, cotton manufacturer, remark'-d:
"Wsges must come down. The only direction In
which we can economize ia to reduce the price of
labor." In another patt of his statement Mr.
Weld wrote: "The Wl'xon Tariff bill has already
reduced wages io to 15 per cent, and, In my opinion,
after it really bernincs a law a further and more
decided reduction will take place." Mr. Weld looks
upon the Wilson bill as special sectional legislation
Intended to favor the South at the expense of the
In referring to the effect of the McKinley bill
on wages Mr. Weld declares that "wages under the
McKinlay bill Increased 15 per cent." H* adds:
"I apeak advisedly of its effect throughout New
England. My own company granted a raine of 10
per cent at first, and afterward an additional raise
of ii per cent. After the election of Cleveland,
and the consequent uncertainty, our orders fell
off. We got few contracts." Later in his state
mer.t .Mr. Weld writes with truth and force: "Times
are never good In this country nader a low scale
J. Howard Nichols, anothei well-known New
England cotton manufacturer, criticises the Wil?
son bill, and aays. "i; we find that under the
Wilson bill we cannot compete with Importations,
our attention would naturally first be turned toward
reducing wages, or the price of labor. It will
come to tha; if sufficient protection ls not given."
N. \\". Kimball, a New-England nianuf ac curer
of shoes, willes to "The World": "I believe that
in the future the price of labor ls going to rule
lower. ... As much money In gross will not be
paid for labor. . . . Wages have been tending
downward They are not as high now aa they
were elx years ago."
Rufus F. Greeley, manufacturer of woollens,
"The woollen goods Industry ls already anticipat?
ing the effect of the operation of this bill, and, as
lit, nany wooden mills are closed, many are
n short time, only a very few on full
tine, ni! those thal are running at all are on re?
in-. 1 pay-rolls or axe contemplating reducing.
M inufacturers' agents and clothing deniers are
doing ii uch Ieee business than usual, and sooner
th '-' all musl : ? ? r pay-rolls.
"Beyond all this ls the great shrinkage In values
?if clothing, clothe, wo< ; and .ill other mr
that enter into th.- making of clothing, aa well as
- linkage of villi" of all woollen mills and
machinery. The loss t,. this country is beyoo l
.?alcuintlon. uni I* ls .ill because we are preparing
, operation <<( 'he Wilson bul.
"We ha*.- r.'us.in to believe that on December 2
mn tn will be flooded wltn loreign goods,
.in 1 i,i meei this competition American mills must
make rur:r."v uni larger reductions In pay-rolls
,:? lr- h.i Ut."
Armour St Co., of Chicago, say: "From the pres?
ent outlook ws r.'ijar : the Wilson bill as Indirectly
letrlmental to our business. Wa are now doing a
?.porting businei than eeer before, and it
will probably not affect this department of our
lt is !h>- ' Cl Of th,' law on the
..ii v.Ul I,.- f.lt lr.- Armour <v Co
in common w.ih other commercial enterprises if
the result of the lae be the continuation of the
??1 In business, the purchasing
power of il" country i; restricted mid the hom"
el la ina, live. We are selling meats in all
,f the world, and we ,lo not expert the Wii?
tin Mil to eith.r hamper or boom our exports."
sl ri ral KINDS ot' BOXING.
!.\i:i!:r:i".\'s ut* BCIgMTlTlO Si-ARRLVO and OF
"gLVOOIMO" AT THE 1'OI.IMUIA ATH
tC CLUB TOURNAMENT.
The boxing tournament of tiie Columbia Athletic
Club was continued las-, night at the Orand Central
Palace. Another large crowd was present. The
i without the consent of the Ama?
teur Athletic Union, and the chances are that all
- will be disqualified, ind .'he Columbia
A. C. expelled from the Inion. Certain A. A. C.
Dd New-Tork Arid, tlc Club men are Interested in
the tournament, and .hey, too, may g.-t them*
. tr,ml,I.-. li (bert Conn, the president
A. ?'., called upon James B. Sul?
livan, president "f the Metr rjolttan Association of
a. i'., yesterday afternoon, and he asked for
, pi run; to give the show last night. It was re?
fused, i, :t i'.um sail that th- tournament would
ld anyway, a special meeting of th,- Board
. ;' Managers of the Metropolitan Association will
il n Thursday, and a lot of dlHiiualltied
tea will r.-sult.
? Drat bout last night was lp the 140-pound class
between J ? v ?? Boyner, .f Htat'-n leland, and Ed?
ward Dunniran, ,f rhe .v!<.|pln A. c. Boyner w, n
.-nally, ll. Dunne, of the Pastlm* a. C., and I'. He?
di ne, f tia* Qreenw.i a. c.. fought In the same
cl -< I ntnne lo on a f ul in tiie third round. Henry
lr enwood A- C., ami Riobard Beh
of th- Natl tial A. i'.. then came ti gather.
Fisher v. ,s ti,-- st nger man. and the bell Bared
Bi brena in the third round, rober getting the de*
Tlie first h ut in th- W-pound class was well oon
?. ? n M. Delaney, ,f the star A. c., and
.1 p. che, of th- Empire City A. C. Roche's long
ainu stood him ll g> od steal, an,! he advance,! cn*
peg nearer the i lamplonahip. Then C. sibree, of
?? a Williamsburg \. C., and it, hen Paterson, of the
N'ew-Brighti n A. ''.. niet in th* sam- class, s bree
j.r ,-.?.?... ? t i t itter Mr Paterson's face out of -
: ti,- referee supped the ci n*
George Rcherer, of th.* Oreenwood A. c., and
Frank MoSpeddon, in tte- 100-pound clays, made a
clever match. The Ju lgee disagreed, and the referee
iwarded th< t to McBpeddon.
Will: nu Irater, Of the Bridge A. C., defeated J.
Pox, ot the Pastime A. C. Th.- Judges disagreed
, the bout between Joseph 1'over, of th,- r,re,-n
-,*,,,. I A. C., Snd Mr. I.vims, of the Star a. C.
Lyona vas th., better sparrer and the referee gara
1 oi .the light, 'i'll" pol!,.' stopped one boin last
night, ind they ordered th" referee to stop all eon*
where Ihe men were not evenly matched.
Maxwell ii More did not r.-i'er.e. in his place was
Frank Hugel, of the Spartan A. ?'. Holland and
Robertson were the ju .
ME. simm \BD in the heart oe japan.
HIS SECOND II.U'sn'.ATI-'.Ii I.K.iTfKK AT DALTI
ti,.end lecture of John L. stod.lard's course
wis given for the tn--t time at Daly's Theatre
rday morning. The euhjecl waa -The ii.-.irt
of i >! I Japan." lt was decidedly more Interesting
than iii- ins: lecture, ll treated more of the in*
terior ,.r the country, of the life of ths i.pis snd
rn' tiie things thal hare yielded least to European
Influence The lecture began with s number of
,-r natural acenerj and some description and
Illustration of the dlscomforta of travel la a kag,., ,t
kind of swinging basket hung on s i?'i" sad car*
ii.d by two men. A few slews or Fujiyama, the
i i : in, Brers shown There la more of the
.ur of m-. ter) and ma *sty about thia than about
any other natursl seen ; \ of ti,.- country, .mi to
one wh i knows Japan only through pictures li
remarkable thal Mr Stoddard should lu*.*
Brough .oi" whole lecture on ih,. countrj with*
ui ..,,. ? showing h. lt is ilk.-iv. however, that it
u ???- i, ,i ngura so pervasively lu photographs as in
drawings. Thia s.-.*ms a reasonable Buppoaltlon
when lt ls considered th it som.- Japanese artists
make lt a rule never io nuke a picture without In?
troducing lins m.,nut.lin.
'I'!,.- pictures **!., ii Mr si,el,lard preeented of
Japanese ic. dress, coiffure, medicine, serranta
mu.ni;, nouse-furnlshlng, amusements, etc, w.-re
iii m in; .ni,i often amusing. He ended
bli lecture with a ehorl account of Harans and ita
chime* The lecture win, of course, h.. repeated
? i ii da] this \*">-k, at i p. m. to-day and mi Krl
ind at ll a. rn "ii the other days. The ?ub
|. "i of eesl w""k':i I",-Hire will l.e "China,"
lin: ha.mprsi.ey BBIB BOT DABOBBOl sly ill.
L.uis c. ryon Hamersley, tha tin -year-,.id son ,,*
Hr, und Mts. .1. Hooker Hamersley, and ri.plow ,.'
the flrBl !,U'-l,Ull,l Of th"* 1>,.wager Purlieus ,f Marl
b rough, wu,, lias been Ul lor ths Issi fsw .hos rr,.m
ci iud, teething snd a complication of infantile di*,
ordei . waa much better last erenlag when a re->
p rter of The Tribune called at Mr. liam irate* *a
boms, No. ill Madlson-ave., lo in.piire shotn] the
Httla one's ., H.nu ?. m, Hamersley said thal ths
reports coi.iiusj the child's condition w.-re much
rated and were altogether unnecessary an.i
Tills Iiifalit. WhuBB illness tlBS I" eu tin- OhVMt Sf
i i i pilbil ? led Btor es, is ii.,, hslr .,,
a i', Mun.? i.f J7.issi.isni i.ii i.. i,, ins Hamersley, the
Inc me nf whl .b h li I enjoyed bj the Dow*
,: i I, .i ui . wht. wi a i is mr,
Hy hla win Mr, Harm i ithc d the entire li
? me from hla , nate for 11r*- to bia wife, in default
of children, tba *? t n,- ?.,, i,. s,, to tbs nial- issn,- of
Ula cousin, J. Booker Hsnieniem ll born during th*
lifetime et 1h..'''wuj.jtty g, Hg^f^g
SttlS ^-h'cn^bie "nd benev^t In
stltutlma in the State cf ISew-lork as rna **ue in
her will should designate. _
HOCKING VALLKY AND THE FLINT ROAD.
Thomas F. Ryan, chairman of the Executive Com
mitten" of the Columbus, Hocking Valley and
Toledo Uallitxid. Bald yesterday. In redhrSBCe to the
report that the road would BSCUrS control of lae
Flint and I'er- Mar-piem-: "I have bought S large
Interest in the Flint property, enough to entitle me
to representation on th- board, and I will probal
be elee*t"d at the -ext annual meering My Intention
rs to bring about the moot amicable relations be
tween the two roads, and I rhlnk lt is only a que -
tlon of time before the two rials will be ,
RICHMOND TERMINAL HKORGANI/ATIOX.
The Reorganization Committee of the Richmond
Terminal Company har. decided to make criiin
changes in the plan for rsorgsalsstton. The prin?
cipal modifications of the original plan will SS a
reduction on the common stock from $12 Bu to jw
a share, and lnsi,-.id of receiving only preferred
stock for the aaSBBBmtnl the rjotttributors aili re*
celre a certain proportion in the .-.'mpany-s own
Ism.ls and another prop inion In rhe preferred
sux-k. Th" change In the plan given more to the
.itockhoid'-rs in exchange for the sasessmsnts made
upon them and lesa Is exacted of them.
SBCUKITIES AND AOCOUNT1 ATTACHED.
Deputy sheriffs yesterday attached the securities
and accounts in this city belonging to the Richmond
a.nd Weet Point Terminal Railroad and Ware
Company of Virginia to secure the claim for J: * -
OOO held by Lucien D. Stark-, jr., who secured an
attachment against the property of the company
on Saturday. Copies of the attachment were I
on John H. Inman, B. B. ("lark and Samuel Thomas.
BOCGHT OUT ALEXANDER SHAW.
Baltimore, Feb. 12 (Special).?The recent defeat
of Alexander Shaw in one of hla many contcr.j
with President Henry* G. Davis. Stephen B. Elkins
and others, of the West Virginia Central Railway
Company, has led to an adjustment of the other cases
pending in the legal flerht. By the agreement &,SK*0
shares of the West Virginia Central stock, the en?
tire holding* of Mr. Bbaw and his family and
friends, are transferred to President David. The
price paid for the stock was somewhat less than it
has sold for in the open market. With the block
of stock Just obtained frum Mr. Shaw, President
Devil ai. 1 Mr. Elkins hold 46,00) shares of the U.OOO
issued, and have comp.et" ,- n-.rol of one of the
most valuable coal roads In the country.
C., B. AND Q EMPLOYES UNEASY.
Chicago, Feb. 12.?A dispatch to "The Evening
Post" from Galesburg. 111., says: "The pay-car no?
tices that were poeted last week by the (^hicago,
-."ton and Quincy Railroad for s payday on
February lo have been taken down, and a feeling
prevails among the 2.OOO employes throughout the
city tiiat the road is to pass into the hands of a
receiver. This is the first time the road has failed
to pay on time. Tne officials are said to be unable to
explain the removal of the notices."
HAY FREIGHT RATES RESTORED.
Canajoharle, N. Y., Feb. 12 (Special).?To-day'e
"Hay Trade Journal" says that the almost prohibi?
tory freight rates for shipping hay imposed by the
railroads on January 1. and which have demoralised
the hay marketa al all principal points, will be re?
st, red t--ni rrow, and remain in efrY"t ur.til April 1,
at least. This Brill be good news for shippers In all
p...rts 1 f t:." ci untry.
A JERtSKV CENTRAL RUMOR DENIED.
Prestdeet Maxwell, of the Central Railroad cf
New-Jersey, yesterAiy denied the report that the
Company intended to have a ferry service from Flf
te nth-sU In tills city to the Jersey City station. He
Bald rhat BUCh a serries was a remote possibility.
The companj leased the pier at West Klfteenth-st,
Ir ni th- city a lew rn, 1.ths ago, and the block
b ii., i"! by Tenth and Eleventh aves, and Flfteer.tn
and Sixteenth ats, ab. ut two yeera ago. The Muck
w.;:, ss i.' retofi re, be used ss a yard for freight.
THE URE RECORD.
FIVE HOU8B8 BURNED AT TUCKAHOE.
That part known as Hillside on the heights Im?
mediately adjacent to Tuckahoe Station on the
Harlem Railroad was visited by a destructive fire
yesterday afternoon. It was not got under control
until live dwellings had been burned to the ground,
resulting in the loss of about $26,000, on which there
was an insurance of about $15.CM). The lire started
shortly after 1:10 p. m., in the dwelling of William
Lloyd, and attacked in tarn ti-..- homes of George
Corson, Charles Beers, Charles Wy ga nt and Amos
Mrown, all New-York business men, The village
was not squlpped with a Ure department, and aid
was telesrapned for to Whits Plains, and Mount
Vernon. The independent Engine Company and
Union Hook and Ladder Company, of White Plains,
ant th** Protection Engine Company, of Mount Ver?
non, responded, and kept the flames from spread?
ing. The bulk of the furniture in the dwellings
was saved. The fire resulted from a defective
PIANO WORKS BURNED.
Leominster, Mass., Feb. 12.?The piano works of
Rice & Holden were burnell to the ground this
morning. Loss, fW.BOO. The origin of the tire ls
unknown. The works were running on full time.
THE MARSHAL lill; I ED HIS PBISOMBB.
The steamer Alps, of the Atlas Line, which ar?
rived here yesterday from Jeremie, Haytl, reported
that all was quiet there when she sailed. Forty-five
houses were recently destroyed by fire in that caty,
and lt was supposed that the tire was started by
people who were dlBBBtlBflSd with thc Government.
One of the Incen banes was captured and shot.
The Alps brought as pQBBBIIgSI United BtOrtea
Marshal Henry, who went to Ha* tl to bring bael*.
S man nam, I Huntington, who was charged with
having embezzled $.,..,mi in Cleveland, Ohio. After
much urging, Huntington consented to return to
the United S'ate.i voluntarily. On the day he w is
to have (One aboard the ship be died, and Mr.
Henrv. Instead of bringing the ma*n back a prisoner,
attended his funeral, and. In the absence of a
Protestant clergyman, read the burial service over
SELLIXO THE DOXXXLLT LLBBAMT.
There waa a good attendance at the first day of
the sale of the library of Thomas F. Donnelly, of
Brooklyn, at the rooms of Bangs & Co, No. 7;;9
Broadway, yesterday. Prices, while nod high, were
in many Inatanrea close to tba market value of the
books, and al times the bidding was sharp. The
highest i>rt<v if the day w.is jt" ?;,, for a set sf the
works ,.f Oeorja Barrow, Thomas Blrch'a "ilea,is
of Illustrious Persona" brought 1.7 BO, ni i a:,
graidi letter ot Edgar A Poe sold for iioso. \ I I
made out by Benjamin west, ithe painter, with re?
ceipt signed, sold tor USO. Tbs sale continues to?
day at I JO,
BASTBBB ix vem ons swixdled.
Chicago, F.-b. U a dispatch to "The Herald"
from Sioux City, low 1. sa*s: "lt has Just come to
the BUrfSCS th.it a land swindle of large proportions
was work.si on Eastern InrsStors during the palmy
days of Sioux City's boom, and up to the present
time the victims have kept -still about lt. The
swindiem bought a large farm Just asst of tne ot*..
where land la not expensive, and platte! it Into
small lots, which were deeded to various peroone In
tiie deal. Mortgages wire given for payment in
sums Marl) as la rite as the alleged sal" prue of
Hi" lots, and the m,inaner, wi,., these evidences of
sale, arent eastward In search of Investors He bor?
rowed money, giving bia notes snd putting up n wt*
gsges as security, In this way hs raised from.COO
to $4'*i on each lot, and seeiir,-,! thousan.ts of dol
lara from .ager capitalists who wei-,- after big In?
terests. Holders <>f some of thees notes and mort*
gages ree.-ntl*- wrote io a leading lawyer ta begin
foreclosure proceedings, ami an inveiiMgaiion re.
vealed the fact that the lota were not worth what
it w.nii.i coot to secure them by a forecloeure, The
holders (hen ordered the lawyers to earrv the mat?
ter before the Grand Jury, and evidence ls now
E. dc W. " Kk.nos 11 a." E. it W.
a i-\* collar.
m.Ni-.v a. Daniela, ll, ]>
WI WBJST Ki'l'll HT.
"ia***** ol the Nervous Ryateni, ii-niio-l'rinary Oman*
ii.ii.-.t.-,,. > sad si-rimy Hours, s 1., 1. a io a. "r?*,ln!,?
PHILLIP* IHiSKSTIHI.K fJOiiiA
'.TV'.':'*"," ("??|"'" 1>f "??ttnssa as ..K.iii.t th?t ..f ? weight
?va-a Bsseaea*, *?> eomntoa with ordinary; eesosa,
? ?'?"vvn's niiiipi,..rati.,i sapunaceouH Dentifrice
lh* I,.m tooth powder In th* u.irldf,M- iir**orvln> hs
lesth, lUlrsshlns ....,1 deilcloua rf oint* .'. ,,
Ulien tb . |,a|,- (8 tn||, nm? I'VltKi-it
ii v,,.,A1HAM r'""w" '"" ai-wih and , , ,. U
aWtMmmNBMaX Sib i-.t mat \iaYo\ltu*. lft uW.
1? it coma to ihlar'
Every overcoat of ours?except th*
Jew on thc bargain counter?is long.
Every nUter ia right.
That's all to-day. The old story
"most everythinir that wen and boya
wear, and \onr money back if you
want it'"?don'! forgfl it.
BOGERS, POTT & CO.
Bl ORES. I SM St,,
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