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THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1894. 7 'fVl!
' WAS LOVKTHE CAUSE!
JT.tSK AtlMlTAOE WILCOX KILLS
jtiaisEi.r is cextUal paiik.
fte Left a Copy of Nfl with If nay Fas.
ailtl Murks that Mlsht Indicate n
Vnfbrtnaie Love A Iteqnest to n Friend
to Deliver This Marked Hook to Aaather
Prank Armltage Wilcox, Jtt years old. a clerk
Iti the iw office of Wilcox, Attains A Green, of
en Wall street, hot hlm,elf lata Wednesday
nluht nr early yesterday morning on tlio bunk
j (,f t lie rccrvolrln Central Park, opposlto West
IhHhty-elifhlh street. When found ho liml lire n
dead several hour. Tho body wm blna" face
downward. At the feet there WM a new 41
calibre revolver, with two chamber, empty.
The J nun man's clothing was soaked with
rnm and spattered with mud. A well-worn
brown morocco satchel lay beside him. It con
talmd a new paper-bound edition of "The
I'ro'o Dramn, of Hcnrlk lbon,"and n. cloth
bound copy of "The Manxman," by Hall I'alne,
nlsn new. A score of passages In the latter
book had been marked with a pencil.
(A visiting card with the name " l)r. Walter
Hfti-t-1, 203 Went Seventy-eighth ttreet," had
i been endorsed In pencil, " Notify." There u
also a pealed letter tor Dr. llecsel, which readi
Oct. 3, 1884.
PrettWat tat riest dttlvtr then hooka wttli the
Irilir 1 aiktd you todellver.
' , 'I lie you UK man wm welt dressed, and wore
a silver watch, with a guld chain and charm.
In )il, pockelbook were found $10 In blltsntid
1 1.04 In change. In hi, necksenrf was a dia
mond plu. lie carried uu umbrella, but It had
nut burn raised.
The body was foand at 0:30 o'clock yesterdny
morning by I'ark l'ullcviuan ltyer and John
KerwIn,whols a watchman on the rescrvulr.
Tin' carried It tn tho Arsenal, and Dr. llcnsel
wa, notified. When he arrived hoonedthe
letter addressed to liliu, but was unable to give
any explanation of the suicide. Later the body
was removed to tho Morgue, and afterward to
tho home of tho young man's father,
I'runklln A. Wilcox, at U.IU Madison avenue,
' Although the family say that they know
of no reason why the )ouni man should have
killed himself, the marked postages In "The
Manxman" would seem to Indicate that ho had
been unfortunate In loc. Tho story of tho book
lsthntof n young man, l'nlllp, who Is under a
vnw to protect and caro for tho heroine, Kate,
his friend Pete's flatic'6o. lie rails In loe with
hrrandshe with him. Hut she marries I'ctc,
end the rcmnludcr of the story concerns tho
guilty tore of the hero and heroine, bomeof the
passages young Wilcox marked are these:
She- right, he thought. Lota 1 best) It la every.
tiling, It Is the crown of life. Hhall I alio It up for the
I'ead boo fruit of worldly auivcss? Think of tho
liceiniu-rt Wifeless, childless, living solitary, dying
nlor.e, unrrtrett id. mmuuruisl. What la the wIcki-iI-Hi-
e mi urn jtottltig? You fatherta dead; you can
it i him neither gois! nnr harm. This Bin la alive: tho
loves j ou. you lotre her. Let thy canting bypucrllea
pr it as they will.
i, I'a 1M Philip, yon are nilnel No. I will not re-
Ip.im you' I don't rare about your plan,: jruti thall
tine them up. I ilou't rare alsuit your trunt: you shall
break It. I ilon t care about Pels coming;: let htm
rotm The world rnn do without yon, 1 cannot. Ymi
l ermine. Philip, snd 1 am yours, and nobody etc',
n nil never him be. . our luuat cutno bade to mo sooner
or later If nn ko awar, tut I'll noTer let you ro.
Iliteirt la rUat to your Ye. I have a right. Ilou't
you remember 7 Can you ever forest? Ityhutbandl
I'jks Uu Would to UodwB had never loved cacU
tthr; would to (Hnt vre bad never met!
I'aae UJJ Love was the only thing worth having,
and It wa ot. Without It all the rest was nothing
nud he had flung It away. Xlo had beenafool. The
rrfftllect!ou of his aelfUhnrfts was stifling.
Pama VMV Oh, you needn't thins: 1 am a bad woman
Ucauw I a,k you to take me away from my hiubsndl
All these passages had been marknl with a lat
eral line In the margin of the page. Tho follow
ing woe ni marked, and hod In addition a deep
u nderscorlng of t he words In tho second sentence i
I'ae338-It was tho beginning of tho end. Indeed,
(to was his mother's son a, well as his father's.
Then came this, which was In the mouth of
Veto, the husband:
l'agfltld The Ixnl's llrkeit me and I've had enough,
ut I'm not going down ou myLntM far It, auyway.
The Almighty and mo Is about qulta.
Tho following was at the end of a chapter, and
tad been mnrktil hrnrlly:
rage4H7 -Oh. mighty and merciful death! Death,
wlo liberator, the deliverer, the pardoner, theponee-
Itkcr! Kven the shailoHsor thy fare can quench tho
Jreof revftiget Kven the gathering of thy wtngsrau
Ceaiten the clamor of madncst. aud turu hstred Into
I love, and curse Into prayers.'
aTh l.iet pAsaaL'o marked was this, on page
No matter If all ths devil. In hell should lauzh at
Alia. Ue was going through with hi, purtMce. There
wiuonlyone condition on which ho could live in the
world that he should renounce It. Thero wa, ouly
one way of renouncing tha world to renounce Its
wages and strip off Its livery.
That the attention of tlio person for whom
these posMKcsMcre Intended should surely be
caught, tho jounit mini, Im-s1iIph markluc them
pl.ilnly, liml turned ilnnnthe corner of each leaf
uiMin which they appeiirid. Whether they were
Intended a, n proient, n reproof, nr merely an
explanatory iih"ui;c, no hum knows and Dr.
llepeel, who HatclmrL'til with their delivery by
the j mini; limn, sns he cannot gues, for horn
they were nieiiiit. He lui, no recollection of
having been askul toileller any Ugiks, or any
Uttt r: nor run ho recall that ho had ever a con-,er-"itlnn
with joung Wilcox on tho subject.
"Tim ttholo nltalr."he said last night. "Is a
terrible slim k to me. Knuik and I were Inti
mate, friend,. Wn wero classmates at college,
nnil ever slnio wo huve hnd the closest friend
eldp. He may huve had some love iilTalr. a, tho
marked IkmiW would euggCKt. but if he did I was
unaware of it. I have been Informed by hi, fath
er that none of tho family knew of any entangle.
., mem. nor suspected anr attachment. Frank
. was rather m relive, and ho might not have told
in. He was of a hlfhly lien oils teniierumeut,
nlino-t h),tcrlral at times, and for the past few
months h.ul liccn timbering stsiut the state of
lii lieiiltli, Siimelimes ho mt melnuchol). Uo
luid hud thno hrmurrhage, from tho lungs,
tint he was In no serious onnditlon. I
don't think h would have killed him-
.elf U-cauHo of ill-healtli. but he might
linvo donu so. Nilther am I nblo to
exjilaln the mnttrrupon auyother theory. The
last limn I saw Krnnk alive na, on Frldar even
ing, vvlicn he dined with me at mv Hat. lie was
In good spirits then, and did nut drop a hint of
suicide. 1 can't recall that heiverdid.althoUL'h
I believe ho hail spoken tome once or twice
tiliiut Ingersoll's suicide letters. UnHnturday
lm went down to llonkonkoma. L. I to visit his
mint, .Ml,, Annitago. He h.-ul passed several
weeks there during the summer, lie came up to
town again on Wednesday iihht. My brother
and my clster had also been down on Ixjng Isl
and, and they met at the Thlrty.fourth street
I'-rry. They came over to Fourth avenue to
gether In a rar, and there Frank left, saying that
lie was going to call on some one on the west
side. 1 hat was about lUu'dock.
"My brother and sister noticed nothing straneo
In til, speech or actions. He seemed to bum
yry good spirits. They knew that he very set
uotii went to see any one but mo. and they
thought he was going to my flat. That was the
I isst seen of him, so far as we know, until he was
found dead. Whether he went straight to the
I ark aud .hot himself Idou'tknow. I think he
fllil. for when I saw the Usly there wu, every
evidence that death, bad, occurred sa viral hours
"Frank's family, his father, mother, and two
sisters, are rnmtdt-tely overt ome. I ran say
l-i-itlvely Hut they have never had nn Intlma
lion of auy such act. 1 hey ur as completely at a
loss for a , molt, e as I am. The young man had
t''f.. V0' ;nv:enl( surroundings, ami a
bright future. Hel.ad everything to live for.
Ji!:n7"..e"rar,arjr' l u.'"'k- n 'very way. He
u .,Vn? hoc"'t' venr little and I don't know
that he knew any wonieu."
f0iiLu,D,t .yi!llcox w". graduate of Columbia
of H.8 ?? .h8 S1" ?! ,h"' Ho wm a member
K.olifsii'ilu.mb,f, Alumni and the I'M beta
v Frb0A,fly' " . UJU4 law In the office of
father V. H?."" i 0re'."' of w,,loh Arm his
to th iS.." 'nilor menll,f. ud was admitted
i to tue bar several years ago.
ACOIIiEXTa AT A 1'JUK.
Boiler Tube. Blow Oat, m Ifos. Hursts,
ad Truck llorsea II ua Away,
A stampede was created last night In a crowd
at a tire at 60 and 71 Seventh street. Long Island
City, by the blowing out of two boiler tubes In
Engine 3. Then Engine I endeavored to make
up for the loss of the disabled engine, and burst
fcl,ml-L,h.l.,n8.0, l0e. A founuin of water
Jw iu!l.n.,r t6 nfe alrln front of the
iMm i..'! lJYck.,?lld the engine tender, 'ihe
urX daiitSi'S'1 iu truck bcaDle frightened
wal. -m1 own Weat nn'i taking the side
low 'l. Uuna "chel tu tLe tender fol-
.rTi1."." WM 'o'ltotten and everybody put
SlrtJiu" rnnw"r.hort Folk catfretf In all
.ill? UoM lhe "' trut'k bounding along,
fiSK . u-vf.r''t'n " atruck. A squad oi
uuek S flL?Ur..h.dH otr tUe ronaways. The
truck wm only slightly damaged.
Mr. Italy's Property Maa,
Henry Elliot, Mr. Augustln Daly's alleged
,alP"r'ed contract property man, w ho has been
'rdered to return to Europe becu.o by coming
here to work for Mr. Dsly be loUud the Con.
trun jUir law, made a sUUineut biforo United
, Mutes fommlssloncr Alexander ymerday. Tho
I IVmih? w'Ji Pfmlnary hearing In a su.t
li.ii.ilJ'y Commissioner Senner against Mr.
1 i r"? ?J2 Scoy".tL '0u ne. EUlot ,Sld be a
I su,"yi.aia.f?rJlchra Manstteld tin In
I hadn't blrv'o,1!'".- Ue Mi'1 Mr. Daly
I ,;StT'dgu tot P109 after be g?kSlld
Dc AVolf llopvif r Act for Aetors-Newe aad
Commeate Abont Theatiieal Matters.
Some manager, are snld to fear the presence
of ni'lors In n first-night audience on tho ground
tli.it llicynrn likely to be overcrltlcnl of a play
mid slow to exprts, spprovnl hen they feel It.
This may be true of n performance not Intended
forthem alone, but Do Wolf Hopper gave "Dr.
fyntnx"nl tho Uroadwny Theatre for their par
ticular benefit, nnd there was no lack of ap
proval ur reluctaiiro In showing It, There were
ns many em ores as the average first night of a
cnmlo opera boa,ts, nnd every performer en
gaged rntnu In for an tmphatlc cxprrstlonof
gtsxl will. The mntlr.cu was given for "the
lending attractions," but tho audience proved
Mint most of the players In New York now bo
llcVe In themselves as lending In tlio attraction
that bring, the crowds to tho theatre Thoy
wero all there, from Itlrlmnl ltnrluwdnwn to
little Adolph Ink. The llnlety girls with their
swelled chignons, Delhi Fox, Frutirls Wilson, and
John Drew were In tho boxes and looked out
over a crowd of their professional associates.
Such serious persons as (.' W, Coutdock nnd
Wilton Lackavd wero there, atongsldo Walter
Jones and Jeff D'Angells. Actors speak of "the
profession." but others than that of acting wero
represented lit tho crowd. Thero Mere one or
two writer, nnd n delegation from the Knlcker
tmtkrr Club, which bowed tn John Drew and
made htm feel comfortable. There was a strong
odor of musk, nn attuosphrro of kltidlv feeling
nnd thorough ciijovuiiut throughout the after
noon, and plenty nf applause. What tnoro could
n professional iimtineu requlro to iiiotiri' Its suc
cess? If nnvthlug weru lucking, the host. Do
Wolf Hopper, supplied It when ho nmdoHspccrli
nnd told the nctor, how hard It whs tone be
fore them. Filing that the) knew so well all his
tricks to Ik guile that Ingenuous body known as
"the general public."
It Is n curious fact that tho tendency of vatnle.
vllle Is always to become cosmopolitan, and, al
though this direction has been enlarged In Amer
ica, Its effect Is already felt hero. The vaude
ville performances In Continental countries are
as Intnrlahloln their fcalurcas a table d'hote,
and tho Influence of the Innd In which they are
given Is rarely noticeable. In 1'arls. Ilcrlln, or
Sofia there are certain tn bo the same " artists,"
nnd tho bill will Include tho usual ohnntouse, nn
acrobat or trio, trained dogs, nnd maybe nstrong
man or a burlesque musical team. Tho perform
ance Is rarely vnrled by any national Influence
I'robnbly the Parisian performances aro the
most distinctive, but a comedian singing tier
man verses Is the only local color that the per
formance, rccelvo In Uerlln or Vienna or tho
largo German cities.
Then there Is none nf the exaggerated bur
lesque of character and llfo that aro typical of
the best work our variety actors do. German
eoldlors or street types of the most familiar
kind are never represented on tho vaudeville
stage In costumo. A singer In a conventional
dress coat may sing verses about them, or a man
dressed as a clown may lmltnto them, but there
Is no effort actually to represent them. Tho same
Is truo of the French cafe chantant performances.
The costumes of tho singers have liecorae conven
tional, and a woman will probably near a hat
three feet high, and a man tight satin trousers
and a red mat, whatever tho subject of their
song may be. When they sing In other coun
tries they dress the samo way, and it
rarely happens that n French or German per
former ever attempts to aid the Illusion of his
song bydreIng In keeping with any kind of
character. The American nnd English actors
that wander over the Continent get Into the
same habit after a whllo and sing negro song,
with blackened fares and fancifully arranged
satlnsnnd spangles, l'crhnps tho fact that they
appear In countries so different tn taatn and
sympathy has taught them to omit as far as
posslblo anything liko natlonnl character from
their work. This Is not truo of tho smnller
variety theatres, wncro actors whoso reputa
tions are not likely tcluul them Into other
countries remain much moro characteristic in
their performances. Hut In ItiiMda. Italy, Kpnln,
or Greece llrst-class vaudeville Is practically
identical. Tho London muslo halls, however,
aro similar to most of ourovvn In that the actors
burlesque familiar types In dress and action,
altholigh the Empire and tho A I hum lira have
In a measure followed the example of the Con
tinental theatres and made their iierformanres
less distinctly local. Tho same thing has begun
here, and. with nno exception, tho acts" this
weeknt tho largust music hall In New York
might aswelt have been given InCnnstantlnople,
so far as they exhibit any national features. If
tho example of England tenches ns anything,
Imwever. American, nrlety actors that success
fully burlesque American types aru likely to be
In demand eo long as they do it well.
"A Milk White Flag." with which Hurt's Is to
reopen next week, should bo In tho best condi
tion that Mr. Iloyt can put It Into, as It has been
In constant UM'elsow ere moro than six months
under his superv Islnn. Charles S. Skinner made
tho version of Hugo's "Lo Hoi B'Arnuse." which
Otis Skinner has produced In C'hlcngn. It Is
called "The King's Jistcr." and Is declared to
lie a stronger drama than Torn Taylor's "The
Fool's llevenge," which Edwin Booth used to
art In. William Gillette, who has adapt
ed "Too Much Johnson" from the
French, will bo one of Its actors when
It Is tried In Hrooklyn. Wo now know, nn
the authority of a Itoslon Judge, that "Little
Christopher Columbus" Is a burlesque, his
Honor having decided. In tho rase of Hico agt.
D'Arvllle, In favor of Counsellor Hummcl's
point that tho actress need not appear in It, be
rause she vv us engaged fur comlo opera. Elita
l'rnctnr Otis means to go starring as A'unrv In
"Oliver Twist." Dcnman Thompson will re
tire at the end of this seMon and mnko George
Wllon his successor as Unci Jush. Gtad)3
Wallace, tho soubrrtte of William II. Crane's
company for several )ear, will try n tour In a
ploy by Itlunrhn .Marsden. Having changed her
mind. Sara Ilernliurdt will not come to America
this veitr. rMduey Drew is pluving tho Into. John
T. ltumond'B part In a Philadelphia revival of
"'lhe Gilded Age." Edward Hurrlgan hasa new
I day reudy for the opening of his theatre, about
ec, IS. ri)dney Hosenteld bus written a trav
esty. In the tuuiiner of "The I'asslngShow,"
entitled "The Twentieth Century Glrl,"nntllt
vv ill be produced at whatever theatre Canary ds
Lodrrer go to from the Casino. When the Ken
dais cumo to Abtiey's they will begin with
' Lady C'luncarty." Tho Do Knvrn und Smith
comlo opera. " Hob Hoy," which Is to bo brought
tuthelleruld bquare soon. Is being twrformed
In Detroit this week. Accounts uf It dlller, hut
they tend toward commendation. Familiar
Hcutch airs are introduced. '1 he title of a farce
by Adolf 1'hllllpii for tho Germanlu Is" A New
York Drew er and Ills family." Aumdon farce,
"The Foundling," Is to b produced hero by
Charles Frohman. Olga rsrthervolit has begun
to rehears" "ThuTrunsgreswir"atl'aIirier',und
Kathrn Kidder, -Madam ruin Geno"nt the
Fourteenth Mtvc t. I-oiils Aldrlch I, out nguln
with "My Partner." Ihe pl.i) which made his
nnd Hartley Campbell', fortunes veurs iigo,
Henry Arthur Jones will ooiuo to this city w lien
"The i Masqucradcr" Is produced. Mr. Jones's
first comedy, "The Cose nf lleMllous fusaii."
was acted In London on edueiulay.niid Daniel
Frohmuii. who owns the Amerlcuu rights in it.
Is assured by cable that It i, a success. JS.V.
Goodwin win risk direct comparison with Mr.
Jefferson by acting In "Lend Mu live shillings."
Felix Morris Is out again with u repertory of new
and old short plays. .,,..., ,
Gustave Froliman Is a third rrohmnn now In
the theatrical business. He Is an elder brother
of Dunlel and Charles. He has organized and
started otr no less than fourteen companies tn
perform pla) s that have been successful with
Ida brothers, his plan being to vl.lt towns thut
bav e heard of the pieces but have not seen them.
An old Urra in multiple monaguiueutvwlth head
quarters iu this tlty.ls Jtlferson, Klaw eV hr
lunger, original producers of a ilutn plays
now In use ami venturers for thu prcoeut
season with several additional ones. Augus
tin Daly teems Inclluesl to branch out,
and ho has three companies now before
the public. Hoi t X Thomas usually kcp half a
dozen of Mr. Iloyt's plavs moving. Abbey,
rk'hoelTel&Graudcul In tho weightiest of for.
elgu entertainments, and have inuiv laplul in
volved than any other Amerlcun concern, ier
hups excepting Charles Frohmun's. Capitalists
In the amusement business are Eugenu Tump
kins, At Hayiuan. T. He nry French. Isaac II.
Itlch. Henry O, .Miner, aud Frank A . banger.
More and more do responsible men crowd the
other sort out of theatricals.
Km, JaaanMbck Beads from "Mary
The Professional Womeu's League enjoyed an
unexpected pleasure yesstcrduy afternoon. It
was drama afternoon, and in tha absences of
Miss Kalherlne 8tagg. who wa to have read a
paper. Muie- Janauschek read the third act of
Schiller's Mar) htuarl." ,'lho conclusion of
Mme. Janauschek's masterly re adiug brought
forth prolonged uunlause, uud a r.uatiiiuous cry
of "Uravo! BruvoV' from the audieuce.
Dr. laass lloyle at the I.otos t'lub.
An informal luncheon wm given at the Lotos
Club yesterday afternoon to Dr.A. Conon Doyle.
Among those) present were Edgar halt us, J. BrU
bn Walker. Llovd Brlce. Nugent Poblnson.
Chandos Fulton, Major J. II. Pond, J. btoddard.
Louis Benxlger. Major Heap, U. S. A., and J.
HayDojleof tie Koyal Artillery. Tho rlttb
will entertain Dr. Do)l at dinner in November,
wlisa be returns frctu the W est,
.- j ajFj A imi' i ii i.. .1,1 iiiii. II mi
MILKMEN HAVE AN OUTING.
a nxn mxTvnx of rvx Axn jx.
STItVOTIOX AT WALLKII.L.
Nine Car Leads of Our Knrly Momlast Tla
Itora TrnTClted X'p the Ilndsore nn4
I.arae4 How teadeasett Milk la Made
They Tlslt Oalt Ilordea's Home Fsris.
Four hundred and fifty of the best-known
men of New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, and
Newark, gathered together at the West Forty
second ttreet ferry at 7 o'clock yestorday morn
ing. They were men whose face, are know n to every
class of citizen In these cities, whose dally visit,
are welcomed In more than 60.000 families In
this city alone, and in a proportionate number in
near-by towns, and yst In the whole lot there
wasn't a politician, an officeholder, a policeman,
or a clergyman, not a lawyer, and only one doc
tor. Nearly all were young, bright-eyed fel
lows, although hero and thero wm one with
gray hair. A band of musicians wm In waiting
to Join the company.
As the tltuo approached for the going nut of
tho 7 o'clock boat for Wcehawken, curious
people going to or from New Jersey saw each
man draw from his pocket n, long envelope, and
draw from It a long purplo silk badge fringed
with gold and pin this upon his breast. At tho
top of each badge was a red-nud-wlilte bow with
a star-spanglod center, and upon Its face It bore
this Inscription Iu gold letters:
i ltOT-lr-VI. :
; aixthuranilKecurtloa !
: given by the :
: New York Cndi'imol Jlllk Company :
! to Uie'r !
; City Kiupiixei'S, i
i Oct t. thui. :
: vvaiikin. :
A gold eagle, holding In his benkn. scroll In
scribed "Gall Borden Eagle Brand," was also
upon the badge. It did nut take more than the
Inscriptions upon the Ivulgo to tell theso curious
oliservers what tho character of tho gathering
was. The men were the dllvers of milk wugon,
In the employ of tho biggest milk-selling com
pany In the world.
Every ) rar or two this company gives nn ex
cursion to Its drivers, t'pon every one of theso
excursions the men aro taken to the site of
some one of the many factories vv hero the milk
1, packesl In bottles or cans nnd entertains tin ni
fur tho day. Yestenlnv's excursion was to the
home farm factory at Wnllklll, back of Kings
ton. A train of nino cars was In waiting for
them at Wcehawken, nnd soon tho wholo partv.
Including a caterer, wu, on iu way up the
Hudson. . . ...
Tho object of theso excursions Is two-fold.
First, of course, Is tho purpose of pleasure. The
second object Is Instructlv e. Tho company has
found that It more than paid In the past to muke
tho men who sell their products familiar with
nil the sv stem nnd processes through which tho
milk and cream passed before It came Into their
hand,. No one of tho40 men who vlsltcsd tho
Wnllklll factory yrsterdav could fall to gain
new urgumc nts as to the rare and rlennllncs, of
these processes, with which to help himself In
extending his business.
Preparations for tho excursion began two days
ago. when nil tho customers of tho company In
tho four cities were notified of It and asked to
make It pofsthle for tho men to leave their
routes bytakltig a two days' supplyof milk on
Wednesdny. The customers nil did their part,
as requeued. The Inst work that was
to bo done In tlfo factory for the
day was Just being finished up when tho
excursionists arrived. Then the men folks
employed thero hastened tn get Into company
clothes and pin on their badges, and Joined tho
party. Many of tho farmer.,' daughters who
work In the factory making the tiny tin cans,
also came around as visitors. The big packing
room of the factory hail been cleared, und ta
bles were set hero, as well ns In a tent tempora
rily erected beside the room. ,
After dinner tho v Isltors Inspected tho factory
and strolled through tho big barns nnd over
sumo of tho 1,000 acres of Air, Gall Borden's
farm. This Mr. Gull Borden Is n grandson of
tho originator of the process for making con
densed milk. Certainly tho most Interesting
pnrt of what they saw was In tho fac
tory. Cans of milk wero being dellv
eresl by tho wngon load when tho excursion
train arrived. These were dumped Into
tanks which stood upon souks, nnd tho milk
was weighed. Tills was to bo made Into sweet
ened condensed milk. From theso finks the
milk rnn Into copper vats, where It won hinted
almost to tho boiling point. From theset ugnin
It ran Into another tank, where granulated sugar
in proper quantities was mixed with It.
Then began n most Interesting process, that of
evaluating out tho surplus water without lull
ing tho milk nnd coagulating lis albumen. The
sweetened milk was pumped up to tho floor
nlsive Into closed tanks, nlco of neavy copper.
Here, heuted by coils of pipe carrying live
eteum.lt had the water literally sucked nut
of It by big air pumiw. which created
n partial vacuum above It. Experienced
men watched Its bubbling, nnd when their
eyes told them It hail grown thick enough, each
batch was ilcclnreel to bo finished nnd was
run Into ran, below, nnd thesewero set In a
cleverly constructid cooling tank, where they
wero whirled Hroiind In cold water, ilh lr
cream cutis are, and tho contents cooled. The
evaporating process took about one hour for
each krttleful, and tho kettles held alsiut 400
quurts of milk each. After each process was
completed nil the copper utensil, were washed
ItiBldoand out. and In addition every jsirtion of
their surface, lsith on the outsldoand within,
wns poll-hut with saiidpnper or emery paper.
The packing and can-making procenac were
suspcndesl for thu day, but the methods and
machinery used were explained by Superin
tendent Smith. Thu can-making machines uro
particularly clever mechanical contrivance.
The tops nnd bottoms of tho cans are soldered
from thu outside. '1 his Is dono to av old t he get
ting of any illrt or roslnuiion the Inside. To
accomplish this the cans, after the heads nro
sprung upon the bodice, are put Into
a machine which first crimps the edges
of the tops und bottoms close tn the body,
and then rolls them along In such n manner
that llrst one edge nnd then the other Is rolled
Into a tank of melted solder. Every can is then
tested for tightness, by a machine which sticks
tho air out of It. If the ran Is tight It slicks
fast to an arm of the machine until the ulr is
again admitted, and It falls olt Into a trough
which leads Itautomatlrullytnanothermachlno
which pastes a label around It. If It leaks, air
gels Into it sooner, and It falls off iuto a recepta
cle for rejected work.
The big circular barn upon Mr. florden s
place was another point of Interest. This barn
is nlxiut lino feet tn diameter, and the driveway
through tho ln,ide circle betweeii tho rows of
cow stalls is l.OMi feet In length, Mr. Borden
keeps o00 cows upon the home farm, but their
milk Is only a small part of that nsed In the
factory. The rest comes from farmers round
about, who sign Iron-clad agreements as to how
they shall feed and keep their cows.
The doctor w ho wm on the excursion I, the
veterinary surgeon who Is at the head nf the
i'oris of inspectors who see that the farmers
live up to these contracts. Besides tho fun aud
the Instruction thu milkmen get statistics to
digest. Twenty thousand cows' milk Is used
daily at tho ton or eleven factories of the com
pany. At some of these factorlesnothlnglsdone
except to pack fresh milk In sealed bottles; at
cithers, nothing is done exe'ep to put It up In
cans, and at others, like that visited yesterday,
IkjUi processes are carried on, and In uddition
coiiduiK-ed milk Is made In be sold by measure.
One factory does nothing but supply cream.
Tho skim milk Is sold back tu tho farmers for S
rents a ran to fecit the pigs. From $78,000 to
SlliO.tiOII worth of sugar Is imd every month,
cans of sweetencil condensed milk uro parked.
Three Ihou-nnd persons are nup!n)cst directly
by the company. Jajian nnd China are tho
prlncliial foreign bu)ers of Ibis product, ami
since the war liegan in Con-a this demand has
more than doubled. The Inrreured quantity ts
supiused to be needed fur the use of thu troops
iu the Held.
Vecoato t'oaatry Club Btablca Harmed.
SotrniAMrTCKf, L. I., Oct. 4,-Hhortly after II
o'clock Wednesday night the stables of the Pe
conlo Country Club, on Sblnnecock Hills, were
discovered to be In flames. Before firemen from
houtharapton were ablo to reach the scene the
buildings were In ashes. A lamp In a coach,
mull's room exploded and cauced the fire. Sev
eral meu who wero sleeping In the barn barely
The Monmouth County Hunt Club, at present
the guest of tho Peconlo club, and tu horses
weru stabled on the premises. They were re
moved to u place of safety before the flames
reached them, but all the saddles, with a quan
ttt of grain, hay, Jtc, were consumed. The
loss ts ja.uuo.
J) Ida's Itsrora the Tax Bate,
The Jersey City Board of Tax Commissioners
yesterday afternoon fixed the tax rata for
1S01-05 at S 87.60 per f 1,000, This U the tamo
rate as last year, and will be a disappointment
to the taxpayers, who voted to place the city un
der reform Itepubllcan rule on the promise that
the taxes would be reduced and reform in
augurated In every department. The only re
form accomplished up tu date ku been thu dis
missal of Democrats to make room for Itcpub-Ucaus.
Faarral or sVllllaat Wood.
Funeral services over the body of William
Wood, cx-Presuleutof the Board of Education
aud one of the founders of the Normal College,
were held yesterday in the Collegiate iteformed
Dutch Church. Twenty-ninth ttreet and Fifth
avenue. President Knox, of the Board of Edu
cation, and the members of the Board, together
with one hundred teachers of the Normal Col
lege and represenUtivesof St, Andrew's Society,
attended. The Itev. Dr. P. B. Uulbert conducted
the services, assisted by the Bey. Dr. D. J. Pur
rell and Huntington. Tho interment wad la
, it- ,
nno ib most r.xrrnr ix nironcEt
Judga MrAdasn Hnggesta that is Jna'ge Be
rlpectallr Assigned to Much Cases.
Judge McAdnm of the Superior Court an
nounced yesterday Hint ho will hear no more
divorce cases except when ho Is sitting In Cham
ber. He Also suggested that, owing to the large
amount of divorce business in that court, a
Judgo should be specially assigned to hear these
cmcs. HohMbcen accustomed to hear divorce
case, while attending lo the regular Trial Term
work, but yesterday ho turned counsel away
with such a cose after stating hit position In the
Iu the action of Marie Walnwrlght for an ab
luto divorce from Actor Loul, James which wm
dismissed on Wednewl.iy by Justice Ingrnham
on her default, n deposition of James was taken
to bo Used at tho trial, which explains iu his
way his relations with Miss Walnwrlght. She
Kot a divorce from James about n year ago,
rtntlng that they had been married on Mnrch 14,
lRNi!, at Boston. She accused him of Itillmucy
wllh Mis, Hendrlck. After tho enso was puli
llsliol ho caiiiu In and hnd Ihetlerreo opened,
setting forth Hint ho bad married .Mi's Hen
drickonllee. SI, IHir.'. In this ileisltlim .Mr.
James says that he mi t Ml-sWnlnw right In
lKTK. vvlicn thev were both phi) lut; Iu thiiuu
romiuiny. She vva, thru tho wife of lliliry
Slaughter, from whom she lived apart nlul who
died earl) In IKS'.'. James sn)s that he livid
with her from 1NTII mill that tin) las-cd as
htisbntid and wife. Hesu)s hnsllggi steel In her
t hit they hnc nreremoulnl mm ring', but she
told him Hint sin WLilltl not tlu lulfcll ilimll to
another Innti. Aslt wa,, she Mild, ineli could
feel fne. Whlli'lliey were pin) lug together III
Iiulsvlllelti IKHM, liesa)s. lm t'hargid her wllh
lullmnc) vv it li another lucmlicr of thu omp.iiiy,
whom Jnm s ttirreusin dlsi'lmrgnl. A" it ii-iilt
of Ibis in cunt Ion, they separated whin thev
enmo hark to this city. James denlesl having
married her. ....
An action of He nrletln Jiirolrs for n separation
from Louis Jacobs tvasillstulaml hv Judge Pmir
III the Court of Common Pleas ) eslcrelav Is
caiisii she hnd not shown siitlltlent cruelty tn
warranto decree. She says t lint ho compelled
her todothi' washing-, to vvhltli she hnd never
been accustomed, and, wllh his bunds lit her
throat and threatening to choke her, mode, her
leave Ihelr home. Judge Pr)ur advised the
pair to resume their relations. si)lug that tho
first Iwelfthinonth of marriage 1, tin- hardest,
und that things I heicntter go smoothly.
i.AWTKii u.isvonwH lmi'nt.n.
A Clueer Hlory nf an Imminent Horse Owner
anil Ills Professional Adviser,
Kol It. Hanford, Junior partner In the law firm
of Shlpman, lair'iquo & Choaloof 115 William
street, has discovered, ns ho thinks, that home
body ha, been ltncrsonatlng hhn. On Wednes
day a man called upon him and BtibtHenned him
ns u witness Inn suit that Is to ho tried In the
Superior Court on Oct. 10 In which tho defend
ant (s a club man who owns fine horses, nnd has
taken many prizes nt tho horse shows with
them. Sir. Hanford wm subpirtined topioluce
acopyof utiuuidavit which he had prrpurcel two
jearsugo in a certain case. Tho subpuma server
" Yon know. Mr. Hanfonl, wow Ish to nso It In
the enso that )our client, the hoisoowiicr, la In
on the 10th."
Mr. Hnufonl thereupon said that he did not
know tho horso ow uer, hnd never mot him, nnd
that tho man was not iv client of his. Tho
MlbpiLna server, who happen il to bo a lair
clerg, was niuiizcd, nnd said hi emplo)er, an
attorney In the coming en-', was hi boring under
thu delusion that the horse owner was nn old
client of Mr. Ilanford's. Mr. Hanfonl visited
tho lawyer at once, and wn, told thut somo
llttlo time ngo tho horso owner was re
quired to furnish nn opinion of counsel In
a certain mnttcr. Ho Mated that Mr. Han
fonl of Slilpmnn, I.arocqu ,fc Choate
wns his attorney, dcscrlls'd him fully nnd suld
lie would bring him around. He went aw ay, und
shortly after unman d with u gentleman who
lie snld was Mr. Hanford. Thoallrgid Hanfonl
advised him in his legal matter and tho horse
owner follow esl Id, advice, nil of which Is In
tensely lnteritlng to Mr. Hanford of shlpman,
Lnrocque A- Choate, who I, very llkel) to go
gunning for thu man who has been pi rsonatlng
Mr. Hnnfoil, when seen yesterdny. snld ho
was very iiiixIiiiis for lhucnn Ui come up on thu
10th, so that ho might lltid out who hil Im
personator Is. Ho said:
"1 can't give any names now. for thero might
ha somo horrible mUtake. and 1 do not wish to
precipitate nny row. but from w hat I can gat her.
It Is a clear ruse. 1 never knew till, horse owner;
he never was n client of mine. Icnnnot Imagine
how such a thing could happen. There msy lie
an attorney In this city vi ho bears my name, but
the only one 1 know Is a very young man In our
oftlco, whi has only Just breu admitted. The
tiling may be iiMuiymodo out of whole cloth,
but the description nf mo was given very nc
lurately. I cannot understand It,"
ASSOCIATE! Ml ESS ' XEtrS."
Npeelsnens of (lie False Itrpnrta that Or.
gHnlvatlon Ik rsenitlns; Out.
LaNCISTFii, Pa., Oct, 4. The Chicago nrgan
Iratlon, styling Itself tho "Associated Press."
sent outlast night, nnd the papers nf Philadel
phia, Baltimore, and other cities which ileiiend
ujHin that organization for their telegraph
news reports printed Dili morning, the follow
ing: " IjimcaMtr, Oct, t. -A terrlblo tragedy oc
curred to-day nt Salisbury township, this coun
ty, In which a three-story brick houso was
blown up by dynamite, nnd tho occupants. Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. I.itm. were Instantly killed, A
servant named Jackson was seriously Injured
and may die.
" Lelin was a wenlthy nnd prominent rltlen,
residing near I.e-lmvllle, and was cm extensive
qiiarr) man. Severn! da) ago he had tmublo
with his employees, consisting nf n gang of
Italians, mid It 1, bellevisl that they placed a
large quantity of nltro-glycerlne, ued in blast
ing rock, uudertlielnrubulldliw whllo Mr. and
M rs. Lelm were at dinner, with thu above re
sult. "it I, difficult tog.ilu further Information of
This tragedy exlstisl only In the Imagination
of the Mi-callid "Associated Press." Not tho
slightest rasualty hasoecurredlii Salisbury, and
nn one named Lelm Is known In the vicinity.
ClilL'aiio. 111.. Oct. 4. -Another Imposition wns
practlsisl night liefuro last upon the iiaers
served by the C'hicugu organization et) ling Itself
tho "Associated Press." which sent outthe fol
lowing alleged bulletin deiiqinlL-h:
"Ham. Terr., f. t lt:'.'0 P. M.-A big flro
is raging here. Tho Western L'nlon Telegraph
ofllco Is now burning."
This despatch vvos prlntcsl In Ihe so-called
"Associated Press" t.ipers In New York and
other Eastern cities. Investigation shows that
thu report was fulta. Nn fire oe-curred at Waco
nn Tuesday night, and tho Western l'nlon i'elo
grnph office wot not damaged In anyway by
lire or an) thing cUe.
"xox-vxiox roi.Lixo noorirs."
Oai Proposition Iterore the AValklnc Del.
Kates sVae Not to Voto la Theia.
Tho Board of Walking Delegate., claims to
have dttcovercd that mm. union men uro em
ployeslon the new election and twilling booths
ordered by the Police Commissioners. Tho w ork
Is being done by thu Steel House-building Com
pany of Buffalo, and It is alleged that the work
men are receiving t'i a day, while the union
scale 1, fa.nu. A general strike was talkesl of;
thru it was decided to ask worklngmeii not to
vote at these non-union booths. Finally It wm
decided to appoint a committee to wait upon the
Police Commlssiuneni and enter a protest.
Faerst lilssuarck "Waited for the Austra
The Hamburg -American steamship Fuerst
Bismarck, which was to have sailed for South
ampton and Hamburg at OtllO A. M. yesterdar,
did not leave her lloboken pier until noon. She
wu held, at the requeet of tho United States
PostOmce, to await the urrlval of thuAuslra.
llan through malls, two-thliusof which wasele
talucsl at AHiany. The steamship unchored off
West Fort k'-tecond street, and the mulls were
truntferreel to her within half an hour after
their arrival at the Grand Central Station.
Among the Fuerst HUumn U's 170 cabin pas.
renders aru Mrs. Theealoro Uuuyou, Martin B.
Brow n, and Curl ilagt-nbick.
Ussy Coavlcta la Wreck,
Mkupiiu, Oct. 4. In a wreck near Harrlman,
Tenn., yesterday on the llruiby Mountain IUU
road many convicts and guards were injured,
several mortally. The most dangerously hurt
are Green Armstrong, convict; J, N, DlankalL
Nashville, guard; It. N. Burrows. Nashville,
guard: John TbornbLU. convict; D. O. Webster,
lion Air, Tenm. foreman. Thirty-nine convicts
whose names are not known were also Injured,
The accident wm caused by a landslide at the
eiid of a short curve. One of the iconvlcts who
has about twenty years to serve, secured one of
the injured guards' guns and guarded the other
prisoners, keeping them from tscaplug while
the wreck was being cleared.
VTeat from Jlrooklja to Hteal.
PuiUiDEU-liU, Oct. 4.-John Galvin and
Adam Sulnmeyer, who lay they reside pn Nas
sau ttreet, Brooklyn, were arretted toon after
midnight this morning at they were coming out
of Gill & Co.'s glass works. ork and Thomp
son streets. They bad In their potteseion several
dies and pattern which are used exclusively by
GUI 4 Co. At a bearing to-day they said they
were employees of a Brooklyn glut arm aud i
were nut here to get ttese cattsru, il
KILLED BY ELECTRICITY.
riro mk.v j.v nosTov axi rrro
HOUSES J.V AJ.'ll.fffe.
An F.leetrle Light Pmplnyre la ltnston lte
eeltes re Mieterlou Mhock and a Com.
punton TVbo (Jars to Ilia Asslataaer ts
AlscittBveked-ltoth lite front tbelajnrlrs,
Bojtom, Oct. 4.-C. E. Day and A.J. Muuroe,
employeesof ttic Boston Elec trie Light Company,
were killed this morning. Day vv a at the lop nf
a lolo on Congress street trimming tha nro tamp,
when, with a cry, lis fell backward and clutched
the wires with hit hands. He was prevented
from falling to the ground by a body belt fast
ened about tho pule. At he hung lifeless hit
linnets end clothing were burning.
The electric company n ns quickly notified, and
in a few minutes n repair wagon was nt tho
sceno with several employee, of the company,
Muuroe ran up the pole to his comrade's rcscuo
with a pair of nippers with which to cut the
wlte. As soon m ho touched tho wire with the
pincers ho received n heavy shock, and was
thrown from the polo Into the street, striking nn
his head and fracturing his skull. Other help
w n, secured, and with the old of a ropo nnd half
n dozen men. Day was low eresl from the pole.
Ho n us still breathing, but died on his way Iu
Monroe mean time hnd lieen tnken tolhcsamc
hospital, where he died an hour later without
recnurlng rousclntisnrs,. At tho same tlmo
this necldvnt happened Thomas McCarthy, nn
einilo)ioof the stune company, who was work
ing on a light at the corner of CongreiH and
Shunning streets, on the seiiuo electric circuit,
reetivisl a severe shock nlul was knocked from
the pole, falling heavily on the sidewalk Ho
was tnken luthchoiqiitul. The iilitsirltin think
that ho will reenvtr. One nf his hands vias
badly burned ulitl he was severely hiiil-ed by
Day and Muuroo wero young men, nnd mar
ried. McCarthy wu, uiituiirilisl.
1 ho cause of tho strong current while thu turn
wero working tut tho wire, has not bein is.
plaliiesl, It is thought that the trouble was In
tho comp.in)'s power station, uiul that thu an I
eli nts wero the result of cnrclene,. Tho oftl
rersof the light company my tho dnmpner,
may have caused some tinkhuwu connection
with u live wiic.
HOUSES SHOCKED TO ItXATIt.
The Fatal Current fame t'p Through a
III aire Pipe.
Two big horse, were killed yesterday morning
white standing In a blind alley running from
Mechanic street to the rear of nn oQlielii Mar
ket street, Newark, Tho horses weru attochcsl
to a wagon loaded with cost-Inin pipes from the
Monitor Iron Works. They belonged to Oliver
Story, who runt an express between thl, city,
Newark, nnd Elizabeth. Their driver, Frank
Schiller, after backing them up to thu rear doors
of MncKnet & Doremiis'j hardware store, nn tho
alley. Jumped from his scat to hand out some
loose cast-iron pipe elbows to James Vun Itou
ten, a sifter In thu hnrdivnti' store.
Just as the unloading began the horse,
plunged forward, throwing Si-hitler onhlsfnco
Inthowngou. Van Houtrn. thinking Hint the
horse, vviro running nwny. jumped Inward
their heads jut as each lurched In optm-lto
directions nnd fell ilrn.1, Vnn Houtrn felt a
severe shock In lioth legs. Ho sprung baric Into
thu More. William Align-, nn employee of
MncKnet & Dorcmus, saw Van Houteu shaking,
" What's the mnttcr with you?"
Angus stepped from the sill Into the alley nnd
startisl toward thu fallen team, iln had not
taki u Ihieebte'pH before ho began to writhe nlul
ilsme. He hopped back Into the storu ou one
foot. Two mlinites lalirascorenf men from
tho adjoining factories. More, nnd olllces sur
rounded tho horses. Nonoof them wnsiinYrlrd,
Three linemen from the electric lighting na
tion on tho samo Hock exiimlmd the hor-c,
and tho surrounding,, and said that it was Im
possible foranylsidy tube injured by electricity
from the ground. Later, two of tin- huvmi n
wereseen on top of an adjoining building Ding
tin two electric light wires resting on tho edge
of a tin gutter.
In theallov is an eighty-foot telephone pole to
which the Newark Electric Light mid Power
Company had without authorlty.lt is Mild, at
tached several llsbtlngwlros for the Llvcrjiool,
Loudon nnd Globe building. These wire, car
ried from 1.000 to ".000 volts to converter
botes, fastened to the side of the Insurance
building. Tho wires wero run across the roof
of theMiicKuot A: Dorcmus hullding, und came
lu contact with the tin gutter.
A, they swayed In the wind tho Insulating
material tens worn off und they madnn swing
ing contact with tho edge of the gutter, form
ing frequent Hashing arcs, nnd burning nwny
thotln in tw u placet.,. A guJvuulrisl Iron lender
carried the current down the rear of the build
ing tnnn Iron drainpipe In the alley, eighteen
Inches under t he mud-c uvcrrd cobble p.iv fluent.
There 1, nn old rcopool In the alley Into w lib h
the pipe lends. When souio repairs were made
n few jeurs ogn u ebort Joint of earthenware
PlIMiwns Mihitltutcel for iv broken Joint of lion.
1 he team stood directly over ltd, break when
tin vilie,, swayed by tho light wind, made a
swliiglnir contact with the tin gutter, l.lufeet
nwuv, Tho current pas.-iil upwind and entered
the horses through their Iron shoes, killing them
Mr. Doremu, wns Indignant yesterday, nnd
iniule a iTsonal Inv ctlgatlon J.if ler riving Story
nticmli rforauolliirtc.ini of horses. Ho found tho
I roiibli home wires on tin roof and did not test
until hu took Vice-President and Manager I'hlllp
N. Jaeki-oniif Ihoelii'trlc light company tn tho
roof and gut from him nn admission that bis
company was lu fault, und a proml-e that the
totupnuy would pay for tho horses.
irf'j; ,I.V llAllTESUElt 31ISSIXO,
Also Ilia Clothing nnd tCIOO-HI. Liquor
Hollies Filled Willi Colored stater.
Henry llottllnger, n lloboken saloon keeper. I,
Very anxious to discover tho whereabouts of his
wife. Ids liirtcnder, three trunks of clothing,
nnd over $.T00, whlrhdli'nppearcd simultaneous
ly on Monday, Bottllnger'n ah on Is at nr2
First street, and, as ho Is employed In the pro
vision business during the duy, his wife, who I,
n handwnio blonde, presided over tho saloon.
Borne time ngo llottllnger received a visit from
Peter Oppenuan, a former bartender of his, who
told him that he was out of work and In nccely
clrcumstances. In tho kindness of hi, heart
llottllnger agreed tn engage Oppermnn, nnd in
stalled him behind thu bar.
The bartender and hi, employer's wife lie
came fust friends, und, although strange stories
concerning their doing, reached thu cars of
llottllnger, his confidence in hiswlfo was to
great that ho dUregardisI them. On Monday
llottllnger gave hi, wife S'.'70 with which tnmy
a number nf bills before piling to his provision
store Hardly had he left the saloon when his
wife and Oppermnn. who had evidently made
nil preparations to elope, proceeded tug ether
up their things und loaded them on a truck.
Tlio ensh register, which e ontnlned nbuut 1110.
wasemptled of all but eight pennies, some of
the llxtures were taken, nnd three trunks llllcd
with Ilotillnger's clothing wero c.irt'd off. The
elolicrs left a new luirtenderwhntu they hail en
gaged In i barge nf the place. When Biittlliigir
retiirmsl he was surprised tnsee u striiuperlic.
hind the bar. and at unco questioned him, thus
learning of what had takru place. In the cash
drawer was the follow log note:
"DUK HsiMir: 1 liopo ou won't feel bod,
Peter nnd me hu gone away. You needn't look
for us because It would do ou no good. We are
faraway from you now, and I love him more
than I did you. Mahv llOTTl.laur'ii."
Bnttllnger Informed the police that a number
of bottles, which he supposed coutnlned wins,
keys and brandy, were mini with colored water,
Opperman having kept the money given him
to purchase the liquors.
The Iluchman Brewing Company hold a mnrt-
fagenf fl.UOOon the saloon, which Is in Mrs.
lottllnger's name, and litigation ts likely to
ensue. The elopers are tboupht to bo In this
city, and un etfort will be made to locate them.
A Masplcloas Fire.
The four-story brick building at 377 Sixth
avenue, near Tw enty-thlrd street, was found to
bo on fire tn two placet at S o'clock ytttcrduy
morning. The damage done tt slight, but m the
fires were distinctly separate, and at there were
other Indications of Incendiarism, the Fire Mar
thai will investigate the matter. The building
Is owned by James Btrrhard of OS Wall street.
There Is a cigar store on the ground floor, and
the other floors are used for mauufacturlui
Hurled Vadcr sv Pile of Brlcka.
Joseph Collins. Illchard Benjamin, and sev
eral other workmen began j caterday to tear
down on old two-story brick building at 313
Seventh street. Jerssy City. About 3 P.M. a
portion of tho wall felt Inward, tarrying Collin
and Benjamin down with it. They were burled
under a pile of bricks and mortar. The) were
dug out by their comrades and taken tu St.
Francis Hospital. They probably will recover.
rluppoaed to llave Milled Herself.
Mollle Platte, a servant, SS years old, who
lived at 433 ut Fifty-sixth ttreet, wu found
dead in bed early yesterday morning. Her
brother, who occupied an adjoining room, was
awakened by the tmtll of em. It wm escaping
from an open burntr tn the girl's room. It It
supposed that the turned the gas on purpotol)
M the bad beta dupobdeat tut tout Urns.
irv.itntso HELLB OF AVTVMIf.
Mterrlnte of Victor Korehan and Charlotte
llronsnn Inlbrop llannewetl,
NlwtMittT, Oct. 4.- The leading event In the
social olTnirs uf the City by tho Sen to-day wa,
thetniirrhigoof Mis, Charlotte Bronson Win
llmip llunuewtll of Boston to Victor Sorchan of
New ork In All nint, Memorial Chapel. The
Itev. G. J. Maglll unrelated. Tho brldo U tho
tUuKuluMif the Into Haiti, Hunncwelt of Bos.
ton, who left to hi, daughter a fortuuo which
made her ono of tho richest joung women tn
Massachusetts, Ono of her brothers recently
married Mis, Jaffrny, granddaughter of the late
Edwanl H. Joffrnyof this city. Tho bride I, ft
nleco of Kgertnn l Wlhthrop of this city. Vic
tor Sorchan Is the son nf Mr. and Mrs. M. A,
Sorchan, who live In Pnrls. Ho Is not u man of
means, and ho Is In the employ of E. C. Potter,
He Is a member of tha Knickerbocker, Hiding,
und Country clulu.
Tho brldo wns given away by her brother,
Hollls Iluimewcll. Her bridesmaid, were Miss
Edith Cushlng. Ml.s Kllabeth Slftde, Mls
Klslu Brimson, and Miss Emily Tooker. Wil
liam (I. Lawrence was tho l-t man. and J.
Wadsworth ltllchte, W. Ciimmtiig. Reginald
Honnld,, Wltithrou Ituthrrford, and Grafton
Ctishlng wero the ushers. Only fifty guet
were naked tn the- reception nt tho bride scot
taifeon Vrnnga avenue.
Mr. nnd Mr. Arthur Hunnewell, Frank Hun
ni'well. Mr. and Mr,. Itnrncu Blimey, nil of Hus
ton; Mr. Frulerlc Bronson and Mr. nnd Mrs.
Egerton L. Wlnthrop. Jr., were ninong tho rela
tive, of the brldo and groom present, and
among the guest, weru Mr. and Mr, Cornelius
Viinderbllt. Mis, Gertrude Vnlidcrbllt, Col. and
Mr. Gesirgo II. renrlne. Mr. mid Mrs. William
I!. Trnvers, Mr,. Samuel Powell, and Nathntitc.1
The I'rnfestniit tTei-ix)mnn Who fteenme a
Catholic la lu Murry I'nther lleckrr't Niece,
Anniuiliretiieiit wn, Iniide Jcsterdiiy of tho
approaching marriage of Jcsso Albert I.nrknof
tin, illy tti Miss L'arolliiii Hecker of Eat Or
ange. Mr. l.oikowus formerly a clergyman In
the Proli stunt Eplsc ipal Chinch, nnd wu, con
nect! d for many jeur, with Trinity pnrlsh,
being the n,tant minister tit St. John's Chapel,
In Vorlck street. A llttlo less than twojenrs
ngo he rc.dgnul hi, plnco nnd went to Europe.
While there he astonished hi, frl"nd, nnd for
ini r parishioners bv titinounrlng b letter that
he had ii'iioiitu'ed hi religious fni'h aud had
united w llh tiie Hnninn Calhi.llct hureh. Sinco
his teturn tu this city hu has engaged in literary
Mis Het ker I one nf the daughter nf the lato
George Hi "ke r of Hit' linn of well-ktiowu Hour
manufacturer, nnd the nleco of tho lato Itev.
1'ut hei litnaoT. Hickir. founder of tho commu
nity nf St Paul Hie AKtle. the I'uiillpt l'litticis.
Thumurrlnge will In celebrated mi Oct. 10, at
East tlrunyi', mid the rereinony will bo per
formed by thu 10-v. urge Hi shon. Assistant
superior of tho I'aultsts m the absence of thu
Very Itev. Augu-Uni' 1. Hewlt, the Superior,
who Is lu Wushiugt ni.
Ml Josephine Norwood, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mr. Carlisle Norwood, was married to Joel
llathbonoof Albany yesti'rday nfternoon, nt her
home, 14 West Port y-seventh street. Thegroom
is a son of Clnrcneo Kntlibonuof Albany nnd
grandson of thu late Joel Hnthbone, who was
ono of the leading merchant, of that city. The
wedding ccreninn V w a, performed nt ' o'clock
by thu Itev. Dr. David II. Greer, rector of St,
Bartholomew's Church, In thu proem i of only
thu Immediate members of the two fnmllles.
The groom hnd for hl Is-t man his brother,
Allurt Huthlionc. liurrlt Y. Ionising and Fred
erli k TuwiiM'tiil of Albany were the uhcrs.
Mtn Louisa Norwood nnd Miss Ethel Norwood,
w iio wore gown of yellow silk find chiffon, at
tended the bride. The bridal gow u was of whllo
r-.itln with point lace and pearl ornaments. A
reception followed the ceremony. A supper was
served nnd Lauder kept thu nlr full of music.
After their hone) moon Mr. nnd Mr. Huthltouo
will muke their heme lu State street, near Lurk
Announcement curd, hare twen received hero
of tho wedding; of Scfior Jo-o Manuel Mncla.,
nnd bcflorltn. Merccde, Yxnoga. Tho wedding
took place on tho evening of Sept. 2. In tho
cathedral nt Havana, henora Marlu, Is tha
daughter of Seflor Joso, Antonio Yzuaga, a
wealthy Cuban, first cousin of the Into Antonio
Yrnngadel Vnlle. Among his relative) nroMr.
and Air. Fernando Vrnnga of this city, Mr
John and laidy l.lster-Kuvo, and the Dowager
Duchess of .Manchester, wluiwiw Mlsa Cousuel.v
Yzmig.1. Sennr .Mnci.ts Is thu son of thu late
Jo6 Macliis, who wn one of thu largest sugar
planters of Ciilsi thirty ear ago. Alsiut
twenty c.irs ngo Don Jo-,o was exiled from Culm
ftirpolltic.il meson. Ho settled lu Washing
ton, and Id son becamo u prominent figure lu
Si'llornud Seflorn Marin, aro at present pav
ing u vllt to thlirltv. TTiey will probably mnko
Wurdiiligluu their home.
Dei C low- Ilurslovr,
Nkvt Biii'MsWICK, N.J., Sept. 4. -William S.
Hurstow of Brookl)n und Miss Francoi-e M.
DuClos, daughter of J. W. Du do, of Highland
Park, u ttiburb of this tit), wero married to
nUht. Tho Itev. E. II. Joyce of Christ Protes
tant Eplon al Church otlicinted. Tho best mun
wu Ilinry Steve iis.ui of BriHiklin, und the
bridiriunlds were tho )oiinger sisters of tho
bride, the Ml-cs Adilo ami olga Du Clos. Tho
groom Is the giiierai siiieiiutemlent nf the
LilUun Electric IllumluntiiigComiiauyof Brook
Ivn. Conspicuous among J ho presents was a
silver serviio vnlurd nt $1,000 from the dlrec
torHof lhe Edison Company. The guests were
largely from New York anil Dlooklyn. Mr. und
Mr". Hat stow willllvulu Brookl)u aflcr taking
un extended tour.
.Vf STHEET CLE IX KltS' l'AltADE.
Cotnmlstoner Andrew a Hays (tee ftfen 'Were
Too Ue to Carry Out Their Threat.
Tho meml-crs of tho Drivers and Hostlers'
Piiitrctlvo and Benevolout Association of the
Street Cleaning Department, who threatened on
Sunday last to jiarade until they found Com
mlssloner Andrews, beginning with yesterday,
did not cany out their threat. dimmls-Joiicr
Andrews said they were nil ut work.
" They vv ere too w le to go on parade," he aid,
"If they hud, I would have discharged them
like that (snapping his lingers). They have no
grU'V am es. Tlio taw rtiys that the) uro tn clean
the streets at tnrh times as may bo necessary,
and ill' not mentiou any day or un) thing ulsiut
extra pny for Sundays. Sometime, tin.' condi
tion ui it such thut they cannot work, and their
p.i) goes on nil thu same. Their. is the last,
pnul unskilled work in the rll). If they struck
1 could get ln.duomen to tuke the lr places It I
Thlaka Thrr llaa No Itlsbt to Arrest
Ex-Consabl Godfrey W. Dillaway of Jersey
City has decided tn sue Detective .Michael Egan
und Policeman Vl Ullnjii Connors fur JI0.DU0
damages for falso Impriroimient. Dlll.iwa),who
Is awaiting sentence fir cnibcizlint; money
I'olliH tis for P. II. Ilanh), a furniture dealer,
wns sitm-ndi rest on Tucsduv by his lsmdsnian.
Hula 1 1 Muiphy. u salouu keeper, who wusairald
that lUllawu) might furgi t tonppcar lu court on
Widni'ndiiy morning fur seiiieiice. Dillaway
spent thu night in n tell Iu pollexi Headquarters,
und wus lake u to o-mri thu next morning. The
e uiirt wiea nut ready tit impose seuti lice, nad he
renewed his bull. As he was leaving the court
room Egnu and Connors arrested htm on a
etespali h from tho Chief of Pollen of Asbury
Park. Dillaway bays they had no right I" arrest
him on a dis-ikitch. He so), thai hlspeisoual
unit pi lltlcuteuciuics aru eugagexl In a confirm, y
llnx.kln llrlghls Itnatl CuttlaK IV'iiEes.
Tho Brooklyn JKights Kail road Cumpan) has
nut only dispensed with the nervlcesof Geiieral
Manager liogardus, huthasinaile big cuts In the
wages of ull the rmplnjecs, whu aru not. as uro
tho motonneii and conductors, protected by a
contract. The reductions ruiiount. it is raid, to
nearly one-third uf what has hutttofuru been
Tho cut In the ofllcial and clerical forco Is
from SO to U3b per cent., nnd thu street riean
ers' wages havu U'en reilueed from 31.75 to
Sl.US. The company It uppanntly detirinlued
to make the road pay.eveu If further reductions
should bu required.
Dock Hoard to Coudeua Property,
The Dock Commissioners at their meeting
yesterday aw anle-d the contract for building a
new pier at Sixty-second street. East Itlvcr,
The Board also decided to begin condemnation
proceeding, to acq a ire the art block of proj
erty boui'dnl by West. Hithuue, and Bank
streets. It i, owned I.) tic Hoffman estate and
ts held by tho estate ut rl.oci'i.ooii. The city
offers $' .'.Vihmi fur it and sa) tliai's tdg prlco.
The HurTnian itut- is uiaiiS.'id like the Astor
t-btatu. The managers no not want to sell, tut
alwt)twaut to eu quire. The Dock Commission
wunts to excuvutu und build plvrs on luu properly.
The Tiz . J. llcCaldeu huuU,
The tugboat W. J. McCalden, owned by Mo
Caldc-n Brothers, tuuk early yesterday morning
white moored at Central Pier, at the foot of
Harrison street. Brooxlyn. The accident Ml
causod br tho e-areU.nea of the fireman, who
went to sleet) and allowed the lter tank to
overflow-. Tlir. tug Is 87 feet long, ud U Tarucd
at 110,009. bite will be raisud.
-UJLI..HI,' f--n ' LI ' i i
- S ' tv M
waoox rrnrcKKn nr A trollbt.
The Horse Rail Awar and Get Irapaled " if
ss sv Track Pole. fft I
While George Fletcher of 180 CoWen street, i JH i
Jersey City, wm driving ncros, Grand ttrestat . , r
Johnston avenue, on Wednesday night, unsus "ml if
plclous of any danger, hi, wagon wm struck by , IS is
motor 130 of the Newark line. Fletcher ws, (Ml B
thrown to the pavement and Severely bruited, ,- fj
The wagon wns wrecked. 'ml t1
The harness was lorn from tha hor, and tn elr . M
his fright ho dashed down Grand street. At rf! ' SI
Fnlrmount avenue ho ran Into n truck nnd lm- ' JM
paled himself on tho pole. The polo penetrated jf g
his breast lo tho depth of fit Inches, Injuring h"
him so seriously that ho will probably have lobe '.)' P!
killed. ( 31 '
JTA11IXE IXTr.T.hlUKXCE. i IIS'V
snrnriiie itsc-Trns per, 3 ' IP
Bun rises.... 01 I Sun sets ... 6 87 1 Moon seta.. URO I ft.
uian wTBtut, net. A,
Bandy ltoor.1l 60 1 Uav.Ialsnd IV 01 1 llflt Oat., 1 M I i 1 J
Arrtred-TircnsDiT. Oct 4, k P T
Penskla. f sun. rhrltl,n,nd. il
Ssl'itnsuin. Rivers, llatiins. a (?. ,
F, Old Iiomlnlon, Couch, Richmond. I" ;
h, 11 Sol, Mnann, New Clrtf an,. I '
n I Itv of Dunitee, llnlley, Manila. I ;
( Nai'ooclire, Hmith, Rsvaunah. e tsJ
r-sltegulu,. torshell, Itoston. . if1)
riiliKnl(tlitnt Iheiiarler, (tonloB, Talparatse, Ij e
Rlilii.IorJsiiirlll. Taylor, Antwerp. I
liars Kestrel, C'oebrsn.Msntsnllia. i, ' .
llarkNew Yorle,Canrro,l'adlt. ' jL )
ll'ur later arrivals see nrit rated ' K ''
isstvEn OCT. '1 ' I
B, Kslser Wllhelmlf.. from New Torx, at Osnoa. , .' S
s IHela. from New York., at Liverpool. ' , I
H, Aleclo. from Nes Nor, at fnlon. i ,
Bs California, fruia New York, at llambnrf . ( J
sioiiTxn. " , '
Ba Prltannlc, from New Y'ork for Uvsrpool, passed '..
llrow lb ail. '
ten Bpnuriiilsm, from ttotterdsm for Hew Tork, off , t
Priwle Point. 1
K,ljllestn)e,frnin Antwerp for NewYork, paassd "J ,u
e, ,'ll-iiiil, from New York for London, pasted V. i rs
1'raw le Point. v 1 ' a
s- Iluuie. from Now Y'ork for Liverpool, oft Frawle f. 1
Point. I i'H
sett en rnoM rosxins rosn. f ,
Bi Teutonic, from Vurenstown for Kes" Terk. J
h, V errs, from (lenos for New York. , rtri I
S liurniiunla. from Usrstllles for NiwTork. Vf ,
ha Mussac liusct ts, f rum 1 ondun for New York. . i
ostooisii sTBiicsinri. i I ,
rnfl TiMlnu. , Vl L
XatUClcit. rrttrl .ma. .( i
Peruvian, Olniaow :00,t. ,''J '
Ulollrsmle. Iirimsnlck fltnoP.M. I 7,i,',
Triuaasee.Cbarleaton 8:U0P. IL , ''KKJ
Sail Tomorrow. ( , .. j s
Ta nretsgne. navro niA.M. 7'BOA.M. J S,: '
Hl-.liremen n to A. M. in:n0A,t. I. S31A
l.uennln. Uterpool 7ooA. !. 10:110 A. ft. ' tit',;
sill.la.Ocnna ..... h -00 A.M. 11 TO A.M. ) Ml i)
lrm.'!in, ItiltTitam......ll:OU A.K. 1:00P.M. 1 1.V)
llautloba.Loiiilou S:00p,M. ,7ff '
1'russla. Itamhurg lnnoA.M. U 1
Heitursnca. Havaua. 10.110 A.M. I too 1'. it. ii?J.'4
Allen. Klnmton. .. lu:0UA.M. lvoflM. . if f
Nhco.k'1-cs'. rlavannah H.00P. f. ' ft ,
H Itlo. New Orleans B 00 1. V. ftf
Concho, tialveston B (Ml p. M. ,jfB 'r
Iluilaou, New Orleana U.OOP.lt. If
ucohiso "TUKJUlrs. ,1, '
LhitTtxLtv. ?'! (V
r.Csland Aiusternam.., Bept. tl , ' ,,
.Massaen'l Nwan,"n Bvpl. lis ! ' I .'
New York hnuttiaiupion...... r-spt. V'U ; , ' ..
(Irnnanlc I.lti rtiool. Kept. 37 ,
Vein til I'lirlsliunsnnd Sept. '.'3 II '.',
Colunitila .Bouthauiptun spt,y. If,, .-
Mnrsala llsmbura- Brpt.lt ,. i
l'eeonlo I,lesriool hspt. Vt 11. ,
Alamo tialveston rw-pt. d B ,
eirluis'o Ilrrmuila.... ls-t. J , '
KiLllaso Nari u cxt. 2 ;j if,
1ve ftotiirilav. fW. r). y
I'triirla . tlverprml Bspt. SB
Iji Pourensne Havre eit. Vvl .
City of Home IdasgiiW Sept. 2, i, i
(lalllin Hull fept.VJ I ,'
)'vrrtius llllirsttar Sept. 'IJ ,, i
Veuerti'hi lji(tua)ra .t. nil 'iKi
Cil)-oOljcen ... . .Sainun.ili Oct. U '
Intr Aionfiiy, rf. 7. "
Atesln .. . . Naples ep, i'0 ' ' ;
I.jillsn )tonnn h Lorulnn ...f.i't. l!J j .' '
Mexican 1'rlnee M. l.llels Bspt.Vtl ' .
K-iiilnule Jsrksoiivllle "ct, .1 s ,,
Muriel M. Kills Oit. 1 ).'
Ins J.'i.nilav. rrf. K ' ' '
Frlelnnrt Antwerp Bent, so i
Trnve fcoutl'iuiipton Beit. :n 't
Nom.s.lle tlleriKK.1 Sept IfH
Ves-nilain Kottenlan Kept. VI i
ltluiella Ilnu.liurg Sept. V,
farlbls-e t'.irhn'loes Hspt. no ',
Jlot-srlll ItloJanelrn S'pt. Irt T '
Orizaba Havana Oct. , 1 ' ,"
Ihtt Turnil til. Ol t, tl, , '
Btetenf Nibraslca .. ,,'ilasgow spt. SH , i .
.Mobile . . . .. .lilnlon Hepl.v, y
3Jusliit.o.s Slotlcw. ,
5lra. v,VlnHleiva rootlilnic srur lor CMU rl. . , l'l
(In 11 lrelliltl? so U U tin stuns. II itliesstiilt Ulililsltop, 1 1 j t I H
allayspalll. cure, vvlieleollo. illarrluva; i'Sc. abotllp. - -J',
K.TIII10NJ:-.NOlt",V001.-On Oct. 4, 1SI), 'I!
by the Ilev. Davhl II. Urn-r. H. 1 at tlio reaMi nee KM
oflhulirlile'spsrents, 14 West 47th st New York j'jjR
city, Joel, son nf tiarenen Itsthlione, snet Jo- r3
se'pblue, daughter of Carllslu Nurvvood. JA
Jtl Tl.r.K. At Mount KIro, Oi 1. 1, Anna Ilutchln- JM
son, widow of O. W Ililller.nited tllje.irs. I1
On haturdsy, Oct. el, there will bo a service st tha , H ;
house nt half past tl, lntcTiueutat lvergreeuCetn- t H ,
etery at 1 o'cloci. '
C.II.I.AIIAN. On the ?il Inst.. Vargiret, beloved ' .r,
wife uf Andrew Callahan, at her lute residence, ..
Vflt Ve,t Hull at. U '
llsf, of requiem on BatuM.iy mornlnr, Oct. s, n. no, H ,
at St. 1'ranrla Xailrr'a f hurih, Vvist llllhst.
CI..IUKIX-O11 Wtdnrsdav.evt. a. at Ida late real- ,.
ilen.-e, Sttf llutaey at., UrooLlyu, Uie Itev. Asbury I" ";
C. Clarke. f "t.
Funeral servleea at Orao Presbyterian Church, 'If.
Btuvveaant and Jefferson avs., bunday afternoon, l , L
Oct. 7, at half pastv. luterrnent private, Vlfti
CUNNINO II.lSf.-A solemn requiem maat 'tl'i
lino:iltiaiiilndwlllbecelebrattslfnrtherepoasof 'i '
ti.e aoul uf the late Catharine Cunnlurham, Ns- '?,'
luvel wlfu of ChrUtopher Cunningham, at His i ,,, ,
Church of tho Traiunguratlon, tarcy ar, and - -, "
Itiviper at., Hrooklyn, N'. Y., on Saturday, Oct. a, at ' .'
H 30 A.M. lUlullri a and frtenda are Invited tone . j;'
II.ll'I.KV.-Sud.li-nlr. or heart failure, st Ihe ', '. :
home of her sou In-law, William II. Weit of Peo- i i '
s.niliur.t.L.1.. I'.lle'iJane, wUjwof AndrowLow (j . j'f
llauley. ogeil Sfl ) ears. t' 1
Fun, ral from St. Jiueph'sCliureh.Waahlnjtonplare e . ''
and nib r w hero a Kilemn requiem mass will bs j 1 ,
l.i 1 1 on Saturday, Oct. . at 10:38 A. M. luter- I I ,'t
ruent In Calvary. s -,
I.ATUIlOP.-At Saralofa Bprloga, X. T Oct. 8, tJ j .,
Christine M.D. Ithrop. M '
Funeral arrvters at ivttievla Church, Baratofa ' j
bprluxs, Caturday, at quarter past 1 1 A. H.. and at J
1 1. M at the Lathrop vault, llural Cemetery, Al
bany. N. V. ,
TAtiflAKR,-Uo Wednesday, Orl. 3, flerths, be- fa,
luted ilaus-hur of I'd war. IT aud Hurt Mllla Tevf ; '!lC'
yard, lu Ihe ?1d) ear of her axe. ., (fr
1 uiisral from tho nsMetire of her parents, Bj 1 f i
F.tttntih at. on Friday, (Vt.S,al 1 10 o'clcn k P. J '' T'
M. Itelatlveaand frlriaU aru Invited lo attend, j , Si
4 -WIIODhAWN' I'l'MITI'.RY. V l
A. limilltHllltHTMUNT, I 4 ,,
WOO II LA IVN' Ss'l'ATlON Ut'l'II HAUUl, ' ,
HAUL KM il.VII.UK.lll. 4 '
MINI) reudlnz ihii readlnyi lacutlit. perfect, lo few J
si .est parties. iTteiy Al.lilU.tll. lis VVet 1 llh at. 1
,,r.v I'ubUratioiis. I
wn.f. srf i. vkcii irmKs, in nn: nniiT IJ ,
bultf Oi t'LOl'IA Will) AUK la.APhl.ilHf
fili hi N M
Ihll, Fillttou. prwtpui'l forCJe mr t'l"is, . Wt tMM
THE HUMAN HAIR.,
Ulu It (ail.oiT lurn.iirv sm. n e luiii.il I B
1 v prof iiai'.i tv ivM.'i i. i-. n a. s. I mwmm
A. w MVviitio, i.uu An'h t I'MUiU-lphis. I's. a W.mm
Kvvryi ue aliould revl this filth l.s ,tlieiueuiu. K't'H
CflJI.VHlMI MAKrHl'A Hil- ?HN ' lU.s.al I l'S.W
iv Itruit'a Nu.. nuke rif'sr "lliemry liuLrl- I ttmmm
at i " olliav. 11th l. I a
ft? When bothered W-uXXW
(3) nhont getting y ' jflH
X.your advertise- ' WM
S went to F ,
J THE HUN ml 1
from n distant point in K 1
THE CJTY, Jiitl
step into American Dist, fvi .
Moss, Office, where the J f J
busino ss will he handled t
n t regit la r otiice ra tes.
OFFM FM LOCATE II ATl lBsH
PKonn : li HANor.aA it. roTr.M. mwmmmu
IB -L'AKLrVT.. 7 A. XI TO II f. U. rJ.aWasBti
new sjt.. 7 a, m. mi i. u. m m
! nnOAOWAT, 7 A. M.T06P.M. I , i I sbbbI
lO "TALL T A. U. TO 7 . U. J .
ISO FONT T.. A, 14. TO 0.a 1, U, 1 ',
rci.To-4 fro a,ltoi i. i. , :
tX CM ITKCU eT 7 A. AL TO f . U, , M
f-n... " ai n i rmrJims if j lit 1r iiini " "iljuilJasasasal
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