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I PRICE ONE CENT. . NEW YORK, THURSDAY. APRIL 21. 1392. PRICE ONE OEMT, JM
I THIS IS THE DAY TO'TIND" A HOME IN THE INDEX. I
.Wins the Goit Race Eas
1 iiy from the " Good
I Thing" Nick.
.1 WEATHER BAD, TRUCK SLOPPY.
, I Moonstini Takes the Six-Furlong
I Dash in Hollow Style.
"R lirCCUt. TO TBSSVMIHaVTOai.0.1
jrf GOTTENSCRO RlCB TRACX, April 21. A
iH cola rainstorm made racing anything but
H agreeable at Quttenburg to-day. Tho card
' H was a good one, but tbe new rule prevented
H much scratching, and some (air sport was
J promised, despite unfavorable weatber.
H The track was sort and sloppr, but under-
H ncath therj was a good, firm bottom.
pj The attendance for rainy day was large.
' H The opening event to-day was a dash of
H (our and a half furlongs.
.' Battle Cry was tipped and touted all over
'H the ring as a good thing and nonoot the
' ' bookies would post a price against him. Fl-
' I nl1' 3 to l was put up. but not much money'
.? I went on at that price.
I Fltrroywas favorite and the Maxim Ally
,was well played. The latter went out In front
J m and the others never got near tier, the wis
'" jaUig easily. Fltxroy landed plaoe money and
Battle Cry was third. .;, v.,
fm The seoonl race was a good betting race.
Eleanor opened favorite, but no one teemed
J to fancy ner chances and she went back.
Nick, a two-yrar-old byiMOrtemer, who was
named alter treasurer Nick Cruslus, opened
at a to 1 and went down to o to 0.
. r one went back in tho betting, and so did
The good thing ran well, but Eleanor was
tho best borse In tho race, and she won hand
Kick was second, Key Del Mar, Bunker Hill
and sanaowne finished beads apart for third
m The third race easily went t6 Character,
fl who was a hot f avoi lte at odus on. notation,
a 10 to l shot, was second and Defaulter was
; - fisbt kick.
I Purse (400; weights 20 lb. above the scale;
' four and a ball furlongs.
tyrttrl. Willhlt Jotlt). Ulrl. Hlf, JV.
Nailm Ally .12C.YWhjb.lni. 1 l II
tflliroj 144. .T.McCart'J 4 'in as
Balll. Crj Ul. Hjun . ... 1 all JW
Cr.lt 141..Maraball., 8 0 4
ArohlUot 1.144. Lmtjt a 4 B
&M ,BaaSt Ml..Ma.han,,.. 1 U n
KojaUiM.,,, ...141. Hraco 3 7 1
' Cantaon.,. Ul..GrTlin.. a H H
" "fP1!."!! ll..Bairj 5 U 9
isBottlo(-FIUroj, T. to S and 4 to Ot Bulla
&A I" land 4 to fi 1 it.iim ailj. 4 to 1 and H to
" SiCfaft, Stol and B toil UotMi, loto 1 .nil 4
tsll Architect, l'Jtol and 4 to 1 s Napa II., 'JO to
H lull 8 to li Ifauont. 40 to 1 and IS toll K.y-
1 atona, 60 to landau to 1.
1 Maxim niiy went away in front like a shot
M out of a cannon, and tho others never got
near her. She won easily by a length from
FHzroy, who was three lengths In trout of
a Battle cry. Time o.STei,
Mutuels paid : straight, D.75; pince, 4.73.
Flttroy paid 3.35,
H EXCONP KICK..
H Purse MOO ; for two-year olds ; three fur.
H SWfara. fTrlaH: Jortri,,, Slrt. Hlf. fi.
JfJ Kloanor, Ill", .Martin .... 1 11 II
" Nick,. IOC. Snod.kar. D tin aa
H BorD.1 Mar 110. .Dunn 3 4 3n
.KJIU, ttandown., 106. N. 11IU 4 .. 4
B Bunk.rllill Ill, J. D.rl... J S 0
H Ona. ..118..K V'Kau'n fi G (i
naT: . 1' Bttln-N(ck. d to S and 1 to 3s Elrauor. 3
M-' ioaaod 7 to 10 Bnnkar Hill. Btol and 0 to 61
"' ia. itolandeSaS, Handowna.S to 1 and 3 to 1
H Bat dal Mar. 18 to I and Biol.
PJ Eleanor led from start to finish n nil won
H handily by two lengths from Nick, Uo was
iB tkree longths In front of Itcy Del Mar. Time
,IH llutuels paid: Straight, t5.30; place, ?3.
a.iB- Mckpald V3.U3.
.pB TU1RD RICE.
Purse 1100; .soiling; tlx and a half lur-
H Cliaiactcr 104 Morrla ... i! ul II
H . Uot.tlon 103, J. Italia... J II Ji
aB &''' 10II..K. Doido.. I J! .11
JU "SU"' . ....... 108. .Verrilanrk 4 4 4
1H fpat fiattlu-Cbaractar , 1 10 a and mtl Ue.
! h"''', TtoVandd tSi notation, 10 tot and 1
; 'wis JlcC.rtj, lutolandatnl.
notation went to the front and made the
!' running with Dciaultcr to tbe far turn,
whtro Defaulter quit, as thcugh lie was cut
vH off, and dropped back.
';H Character then jolnedthe leader, and In the
stretch ho passed notation and won easily
,, by two lengths irom notation, who was nve
" lengths In ,rnia m Defaulter. 11me-1.25K
" Jdiituels paid t Straight, :i.lO; place, 2.i0.
im XotatlOh paid S4.03.
fiS rociiin luce
Purso 400 1 selling ; six furlongs.
SB Sfar'ara. B ((. Jnrk,,,.. Slrt. Wt.lMf
!:W Ifoooatont 105..J. D.tIi... 1 11 1U
tm UlSpi-nt lUl..Maion a ah 111
& haUaour 117. ,K. loana.. 0 VI 3
' KUrt 10ft. .11. franca. 5 4 4
vfM Pr.tllHlt lU..Motria 3 (1 S
' Hthall.... ,10i..ll. Jou.a.. 4 8 7
", rMtTlattinx-caiUharir. 1 10 ! and oats Moon-
t,B ,lo"S K l0 l tni to Si Prettlwit, lJ to
,VM and 8 to 1) Ill-Spaot, '10 1 and to li
im ftlia H.,?otoland6toli Extra 34 to 1 and 7 10
gg 1 KlntHlaragotolandStol,
1 . Moonstone led from start to finish, and won
handily by a half irngih from 111 Spent, who
:'- wa a length in trout of (Salisbury, Time
:M .Xu.tuef. JP', straight, 12.65; .place,
,yM 4.S. IU 6pent paid S12.0S.
1 1 . firm aicr.
Porte f 500 1 Belling; mil and a furlong.
M -SaniataM. ij.SorrU a at jk
. han Aid..... 8,;il. Jonta., 4 11 V
h)rOor.U IDS. J.D.,14.... S 3
m latlr Dawn ..lOS.jHnadakw.. 8 4 8
yfH fvat Uattm-Sir Uaora. II, J to 1 and 3 1 J 6 1
fPH a.tQn..lltoandif.8. ' ' '
JB . cliaatar. 3 . 1 and .t.t, 8n Ardo. 9 to 5 and 7
PM - lo l Cart Dawn, SO to land lot. 1.
aPH .Ban Ardo went off In front and led into the
".HI atr.tch.with Bandstons and Sir George 11.
Ard and In a rattling finish beat htm out a
tan Ardo was five lengths In front of Mr
(Jcorgn II. 'I line I.AH14J.
Mutucls paiat straicht, e..30; place,
:i.i'U. caa Ardo paid 4 03.
Purso $4 00; selling; seven furlongs.
. 0irt t .
Vmrliri, Wla. .rwaa. Slra'fAI. f'lara
Qulbblar HI,,Vnplanek...U-l -l
rm,ta 11U...Jaf.ton ," J,1
Pint. 124...I. natiit I'V-t 8-J
llarrr Inland lil .J Mon.han. 18-1 8-1
link. John lll..tMrj... S-l 2-1
Itekrt 111. Marahall 4-1 atari
Anoa ia..Whjbnrn .... 7-1 -l
Won by Qulbbler, Picket second, centaur
ItrXCIAt, TO TIE KVEHIltl WORLD 1
Gi.occrstin IUc Tbaci. April 21.--TU
results of to-day's races follow:
First Kacc-six and a hair furlongs, vul-
flna first, Favorite second, BhakeVpearo
bird. Time l.uim.
Second ltace Three and a half turlmjrs
Our Maggie first. Ulchard T. second, LIsbau
Maid, third, 'lime 0.4SU.
1 bird ltace One mile. Juggler first, Kills
second, Tappahannock third. Tlmo 1..1OK.
Fourth ltace Five furlongs-Maid of Blar
ney first, ltecess second, Guard third. Tlmo
lawnat. TOTFUirT- wnt,.i
Mkvrnis, Tenn., April Jl. The results ot
to-day's races are as follows :
First ltace six furlongs. content fr.t,
Qnyoso second, Caasldy third. Time 1.1D)4.
NO GAMES TO-DAY.
Arrangements for To-Day Will Bold
on account of the rain the baseball games
announced for tbe Polo Orounds In this city
and at Eastern Park, llrooklyn, thlsalter
noon were not played.
They will be played to-morrow afternoon
l( the weather permits, and alt arrangements
made tor to-day will hold good at that time.
HtS TOM O'BRIEN ESCAPED ?
The Convioted Bunco King Re
ported to Have Got Away.
It was reported from Albany this afternoon
that Thomas O'Brien, "the bunco king,"
lately extradited from England, tried at
Albany and sentcneed to ten years
at Clinton prison, had escaped while on tbe
way b.vjx from Utlca, where ho appeared In
tJaltedUtatM Court .yesterday, to urge a
point affecting tbe validity of his extradition.
Aft Associated Press dispatch from, Utlca
this alternoon, says:
Tnoinas CPrten, with Keeper Buck, It Is
claimed, left ;,Utlca at 12.01 tor the gait.
Tbey stopped at Baggs's Hotel last night, and
when a reporter called at the hotel this aflor
toon tho clerk supposed they were still there,
as their bills had not been paid.
" Tho porter, howoter, states that they left
the city at noon. They were at (be Jail Tues
day, 0 r. m. since which time they have put
up at Baggs. O'Brien is thi uunco-3leerer
remanded to Danncmora Prison by Judge
O'Brien was convicted of buncoing nulus
T. Peck, ot Albany, out or 10,000.
TO GRASP THE H. Y. & N. E.
A Boportod Bcbome to Divert the
Control of tho Road.
It was announced on good authority to-day
that an effort is being made by certain per
sons Interested In New York and New ring
land stock to sccuie control or that, system
by taking It out ol tho hands or tbe Bostwick
faction by acquiring a majority of stork and
by the exposure ot alleged crooked methods
pursued by the parties nuw la control.
It Is suta Unit tbe new element will, during
the tieit twenty.four hours, apply for an In
mncllon restraining the payment of tho an
per cent, dividend on tho preferred stock re
cently declared by the directors, against tbe
payment ot which tho latter were warned by
Messrs. Goldsmith Co., the New Haven dis
tillers, last week. . ,
Tho startling revelations promised nro Raid
to consist ot a substitution of a doctored re
port for tbe regular annual report for 1801,
ulilchu as msdciby the then (lenrral Mana
ger Howard at the stockholders' meeting In
It is rumored that Howard Is behind the
Goldsmith tieople In the Interest or the new
element, whose scheme for tbe management
of tbe New Kngland. when control la secured,
was said to be contemplated by Austin t'orbln
before his retirement from the Presidency of
VENEZUELAN REBELS BEATEN.
Hit AianoiaisD "!;. t
Wasbinoton, April 21. Dolet Persia, tho
Venezuelan Minister at Washington, to-day
received tho following cablo despatch troin
"The States Los Andes and Zamora havo
submitted 10 tbe Government.
" crespo Is fleeing. There Is only one guer
rllla lrit In carabobo.
Drnr tbe false news published with the
purpose ot da eltlng commcrcn and to get
arms and ammunition. President.
beuor llolet Peraza will this afternoon leave
Washington for a visit to New York.
SCUT RATES FROM ITALY.
It Is reported downtown to-day that somo
ot tbe Italian steamihlp companies are cut
ting rates tor Bteerage passengers, and tbat
tickets to New York are being sold on the
.other side at 7 each, nltn the understand
ing that tbe Immigrants find their own food
during the voyage.
This may account for tho lartre number of
Italian Immigrants brought to this' port dur
ing the last two weeks.
Mew Governor for Arizona.
v aisooiiTxp raits.l
WisaiKOTOK, April 21, Tbe President to
day bent to the Senate the nomination of
Nathan O. Murphy to be Governor ot Arizona,
vice John N. Irwin, resigned.
a pi 1
Oppoaed to a North River Bridge,-
The Dock Board to-day, adopted a resolu
tlon protesting against the erection of tbe
rroposed North Hirer bridge on the ground
bat It would Impede navigation. Tho reso
lution was forwarded to Congress.
, MrOP PAYING BOUBM. mil'M.
. Tnr " C&ovu Lsur " California Wlaaa, .ajaal (
kaatlaiBwlad. AUdialan, Acer, Ul tUdaeaet,
HOUSES FALL DOWN,
California Experiences More
Frightful Earthquake Shocks.
Masonic Hall and Oilier Buildings
Prostrated at Winters.
,V Hotel Flrc-Wiill Kails at Wood'
land Several 1'ooplo Hurt.
try AflociATrn rnrs..!
San Fntvcisco, Api 11 si. Slight earth
quako shock visited stn Francisco at 0.4H
this morning. The vibrations' were from
north to south, lasting tncnty seconds.
Tho disturbance was felt at Sacramento,
Iilggs, Woodland and Chlco, In this State, and
atlteno, Ner. At Biggs eight distinctive
vibrations were felt, clocks stopped and plas
In Woodland tho shock was more severe
tban'tbe ono Monday night, when a number ot
brlok buildings lost chimneys and bad walls
cracked. This morning's shock caused' about
fltty lector firewall of tbo Capitol Hotel to
collapse and fall to the sidewalk, other brick
buildings were also damaged.
A report from Chloo sub lamps In buildings
all over tho city were set swinging, ceilings
In some places were cracked and clocks
b to oped.
AtBcnlda windows rattled and buildings
swayed, but no damage was aone.
Vacuvllle reports tbe earthquake there was
not as severe as those ot the preceedlng daj s,
some shaky walls were demolished and a
number of celUngs cracked.
At Winters, Cat, the result of to-day's
shock was the throwing down of the Masonic
Hall, a frail two-story brick building, crad
wlck's building, Bertholet's two-story stone
bulldlntr, Humphrey Brothers one-story store
building and generally demolishing goods,
one man was badly hurt by a falling wall
Others were more or leas Injured.
J. Serllbls'a bouse one mllo west, of Winter,
Is a total wreck, also Baker's adobe and J. It.
Wolfskin's stone buldlng.
TWO MEN JsHBESTED IN COURT.
Charged With Abduction on Their
' '"'Evidence as Wifaesbes."" '
There was a most sensational turn given to
theeasoor Policeman McManns, on trial for
criminal assault before Judge Marline, la
General Sessions, this afternoon, Just after
an eloquent opening for the defense by Coun
As the counsel had promised In his speech,
tho first witness called by the defense t as
Robert Breeder, a saloon-keeper, of .14 ltiv.
logton street. He testified to Illicit rela
tions tilth the complainant, Mary Jennings,
despite the warning of the Court that he
might refuse to answer.
As Breeder left the wltness-cbalr be was at
once arrested by order of Judge Martlneon
his own admission ot baring been guilty of
Samuel Brownfleld, a waiter of 131 Orchard
t trret, baring given similar evidence, Imme
diately after Breeder, was also placed under
armst on tbe same charge. Both wero locked
up In the pen In tbe rear of the court-room.
Mr. Purdy at once declared that the action
ot the Court was outrageous and an art ot In
timidation to tho witnesses for tbe defense.
He, said be would make application In the
Supremo court for a writ Of habeas corpus for
tho two prisoners.
Senator Voorhees Beads Their List
of Delegates. at-Large.
1st associated rnf. 1
IsnuNiroLis, Ind., April 21. One of the
largest Democratic conventions In the his
tory of Indiana convened in this citj at 10.30
Every county In the State was represented
by a lull delegation, and :i,000 enthusiastic
Democrats from throughout the St ato crowded
the galleries and aisles. The Convention was
held in Tomllnron Hall. ,
Among tho Democratic Icadrs heated on
Iho stage were: Senators Turple and Voor
hees, William KnEll-h, Vice-Presidential
candidate qn the Jloncock ticket; Chair
man Toggai t, ot tho State Central Co mmltteo
S. P. Sherrln, Secretary of the National Dem
ocratic Committee; Congrcs,men Jason
Drown, Ueorge W. Cooper ni.d V. I). Bjryim.
a dozen cx-congressmen and all tne Stato
delegates to the National Convention.
Overhanging tho Chairman's desk were
port rails of Cleveland, Gray and Ilendilcks.
Senator Turple was made Chairman.
Senator Voorhees, Hugh Dougherly, Charles
I. Jcwctt and Samuel E. Moras wire chosen
Dclegatrs-at-I.argo to the National Conven
tion. Iho platform reten to Cleveland ss tho
oglcal candldtte ot tbe Democratic party lor
1st)'; in the larirr-reform Issue.
It presses lor tlray's nomination lq caso ot
Cleveland's selection being deemed lucxpe.
ANOTHER CIRCUS DIVORCE CASE.
Rosa Users Seeks Freedom from
In tbe superior court to-day, before Judge
Truax, was beard tbe divorce suit brought by
llosa Meers Watklns, of the Meers sisters;
the dashing bareback rlderi with Barnum's
circus, against Harvey L. Watklns, secretary
of James L. Bailey, owner ot the show.
They were married aecretly Jar. ss, In
Jersey City, by Rev. Dr. Oaudhurat,
A week later, the bride says, she beard that
Watklns had anotber wife living, she then
told her mother ot her secret marriage, and
The equestrienne testified that she never
lived with Watklns as his wire, and since
tbe story ot bis former marriage came
out she bad refused all Intercoarss with him.
Ttsttanotur was offered showing that Wat
Hm waaraurriM to kts am -fine Oct. a,
Doorkooper Bartenhauser Died of
The Fact Disclosed by the Coro
No DIotv by litszt's Famous IMipM
C'nused the Tragedy.
Arthur Frledhelm, the well-known piano
virtuoso and 0110 ol tho favorite pupils of
Frany Liszt, was charged In Yorkvlllo Court
this morning vt 1th the crime ot homicide.
According to the affidavit ot Pollccmtn
Wood, who arrested him, Frledhelm went to
Amberg's Thcrtre, In Irving place, about o.no
last evening and Insisted upon entering with
out a ticket. lie was apparently Intoxicated.
August Bartcnhauser, tho doorkeeper,
refused to admit blm, and wben Frledhelm
tried to push by shored him baok. A scuffle
ensued, and tho men wero finally separated
by ushers, and Frledhelm was ejected from
He tried to get back several times, and
mado such a disturbance tbat a policeman
arrested blm and took him to tbe Hast
Twenty-second street station, where a charge
ot disorderly conduct was made against blm.
It Is asserted tbat Prledhelm struck Bar
tenbauscr a violent blow during tbe scuffle.
At all events, after the row the doorkeeper
was taken very UL
Gustavo Amberg when he came out found
Bartcnhauser to be extremely nervous.. He
trembled violently and was very pale. Dr.
Denhardt. who was In tho audience, was
called out, and after examining Barten
hauser said he ougbt to go home.
A cab was summoned and UsUers Hand,
stott and Breldlg were told by Manager Am
berg to take tbo sick man to his home at 114
Kast Eleventh street.
When they arrived at tbe house Bartcn
hauser had become unconscious. He was
carried Into the house, which was that of his
slatcr-ln-law, and laid on the floor, near the
door. Dr. Shepherd, a neighbor, was sum.
moned, and when be saw the man be pro
nounced blm dead.
There was slight foam, necked with blood,
upon tbe dead man's lips.
When Officer Wood returned to bis post he
was Informed that Bartenhauser was dead,
and fie immediately went back to tho station
and informed tho sergeant at the desk ot this
fact, and tbe charge against Frledhelm was
changed to one of homicide.
Noono visited Frledueltn during the night,
but this morning Manager Amberg was at
court with Frcldneim's wire and a femala
friend and three ot his ushers.
Said Manager Amberg to an Kvxnim.
Would reporter: ' Thero Is no reason to be
lieve that Frledhelm Intended to harm Bar
tenhnuspr. and It ho had not been tbo worse
(or drink he would never have created a dis
"1 understand bo hod been spending tho
early part ui tbo evening at I.lenau'4. In
l'oui teen tli street, with somo friends, ami
camn over to tho tbcnlre toseentrleudv.ho
was In Uie audience.
" I know Mr. l'rlodhelm v em well. He has
free entree to Iho theatre, '
" Bartenbauaer bas baa heart disease for a
long time. Ills brother died ot It iiuouttlve
months ago, and Bartenhauser himself bas
lust recovered from afour months' Illness.
" He bad not been, back In the theatre more
tban two weeks. Ho had been In my rmploy
lor ten 3 ears, and was 0. single man. He was
about fifty years old."
Frledhelm Is tiurty-one years old, rather
stout, and has a smooth, ruddy inn,
and bis btralght black hair droops In
long locks inir bis coat collar. lie wenm
gold-framed ej e-glasseh. His friends nil sny
that he Is one of the mildest and most Inoi
rcnslve or men ordinarily.
lie was born In Russia, and from IXTlilie
was a pupil of Llszt until the tatter's death
Ho first came u tills country In tbe Fall of
'DO, under the management or tlw Steluw.i j s,
and returned again laat Novemb-r. Ilo lus
been giving concerts in various cities In the
Ublteo States during tho past season and has
just returned rrora Boston, where he has been
giving a series 01 concerts.
He cannot speak English well, but man
amtl to L-lve a ranorter of I'm: Kvr.MNO
Wosld ills version of the story.
1 didn't mean to barm the man," he said
"Iwalln the habit of going to the theatre
when I liked, and only went thero last night
to vpeak with a friend.
" ss I drunk ? WelL I suppose I had been
taking a little too muih. 1 tried to get past
the doorkoeper, who wouldn't let me In be
cause im said I wB'tdrnik.
'llien he sheved mi bark as hard as he
could and I fell down and my hat fell oft. I
got up and tiled to push through again, and
then some people came out and put ins out ol
1 hat Is all I know about It."
Juoge Talntnr postponed the case, so that
Frledhelm might get counsel.
fatcr, Lawyer Thomas Murray, who has
been retained as Frledbelm's counsel, arrived
and Justice Talntor proceeded with the ex
amination. 1 he witnesses were Oeorge Handstadt, otto
Hess and Andrew llreldlg, all attaches ot tho
theatre. None of them saw An blow struct
either by Frledhilm 1 r lisrtcnhauser, and It
appeared that tbo latter remained at tbe
theatre mi re than ball an bimr otter tbo
fracas occurred before he started for home.
Justice 'lalntor refused to entertain an ap
plication fui bull, and held Frledhelm to an alt
the action ot tho coroner.
Deputy Coroner Walsh this alternoon per
rormed an autopsy on Iho body ot Barten
hauser. It was ascertained that ocalh was dim to
heart uirH'a&e induced by excitement. The
blow, 11 snj , bail not caused death.
Investors' Bocurlty Company Goes
Tho Investors' security and Accounting
Company, 16 Wall ftrcct.lo.rIay went Into
voluntary bankruptcy, for tbe purpose of
Iquldailog and going out or business.
Iblsvvasdonnon application of Its officers.
Charles C Warln was appointed receiver.
The Company's assets ore about 100.000.
vslth contingent assets ot about sro.ouu
The officers arc: Ellsha II. Talbott, Presi
dent, and James c. Iloloen, secretary.
IS. a Stablmsn, H. It. Callaway, s. 11. Mr.
Connlce, Charles K. l)eu.h. Jr., Jamrs t.
Iloldenand tllsha ll. Talbott aie thedlrec-
FOR SHOOTING THE RABBI.
Josopn Maazarlcl, Or. Uendes's As
sailant, Dots Ten Yours.
Trial was begun to-day before llecorder
Bin) th. In General sessions, ol Joaeph Max
rarkLwbo, March fi last, shot and wounded
llev. Dr. II. P. Mendcs.
Kvldence for the prosecution was concluded
After recess tbe trial was very quickly con
eluded, and the Recorder sentenced Mstzsrkl
to tea years In state Prison, tbe extreme pen
alty allowed by the law.
State Legislature Finishes
Its Regular Session.
But Is CaUid to Begin i Special
Term Monday Night.
Tax Bate for the Current Tear
Fixed at $0,00198.
Official Figures la State, Couuly
and City Population.
Itrrcm. to m Trauma wosim
Albant, April 21. The state Senate ad
journed tine ate at 18.15 this afternoon. The
Assembly adjourned at 12.00.
,Gov. Flower bas Issued a proclamation call
lng for an extra Besslon .to meet Monday
night at 8.30 o'clock, by which time Secretary
of Stato Rice will havo had printed the re
port of the late State enumeration, on which
will be based tbe work ot Legislative reap
portionment. In his address to the senate, before adjourn
ment, LleutGov. Sbeebanaald:
11 Much harsh criticism bas been made In
the public prints and elsewhere regarding
the work ot this Legislature. Through pout,
leal mallco or personal hate the motives and
conduct ot a legislator have often been mis
construed or misrepresented, but now that
the record Is complete I challenge comparison
ol the work accomplished here with that of
any other prior legislative body."
He called special attention to the passage
or the Constitutional convention bUI, 10
the securing or a State enumeration and
i reapportionment ot congress districts, to
the honest efforts to settle the much-mooted
excise question, and to the passage of num.
bers of laws which he considered would bo of
lasting benefit to the State.
In the Assembly there were tbe usual
courtesies to tbe presiding officer and the
other officials, and the speaker made an ad
dress congratulating the House on the work
A resolution ot thanks to Gen. Rusted,
leader or the minority, for courtesy, fairness
and advice was offered by Leader George H.
Bush, of the majority, ana adopted.
on behalf ot the minority, Mr. Btrshaban
presented to the Bpeaker a life-sue crsyon
portrait of himself, to be bung with the por
traits of otber speakers In the Assembly
Mr. Knlzar, on Behalf ot the majority, pre.
sented the spesker with a diamond stud snd
a pair ot diamond sleeve buttons.
Rusted, on .behalf or all tbo members, pre
sented Clerk Deireest with a magnificent
cabinet or solid silver tableware.
Pejo presented to Deputy Clerk Ellis an
ebony cold-headed cane, and to sergeant-at-Arms
Itcdmond n like gilt.
kenned) presented to Sergeant-at-Arms
Redmond a purso or ir,u.
Connelly, on behalf of the majority, pro.
sented Leader Bush with a gold hunllng-ca.se
naiob and chain, with diamond -studded
THE STATE'S POPULATION.
According to tho Late) Count It Is
IT AscoriATsn mm I
r.BA!T, April Si. The total population ot
the State, as shown by tbo recent Stato
enumeration, Is 0,48.1,0.13, ot which 730,000
nro aliens, and of tno latter about 375,000
are credited to New York City.
Tho following is tbo populstton or cities:
Albany, H7,lL'o ; Cohoes, S3.V34 : Blniham
Ion. U4,.ii4 Dunkirk, 10,040 ; Jamestown,
1H.U17; Elwlra, vo.iili; Hudson, 0,04'J ;
Pouglikeepsle, 2.1,11)0: Auburn, 24,737;
Buffalo, 7H.70(i: Uloversvllle, 14,004;
VVatertown, HJ.QSS; Brooklyn, 030,0.111;
Itocneatcr, 144,834 : Troy; l,usu;
Amsterdam, 1H,54'.; New York, 1,801,
731); Locxport, lO.ORK; Rome, l:i,tl.is;
Ullca. 40,008; Syracuse, 111,044;
Mlddletown. 1 1,(112; Newburg, 'J4,sii: Os
wego, a 1,0011; Long Island city, 3,",745;
Ogdinsburg. 11,0.:; Schenectady. :.".'.Nf8 ;
Cnrutng, 10,0'jr,; Hornellsvllle, I l.btlS; Ubsca,
1X450 ; Klngalon. UMIM ; onkers, .11,4111.
llin following shows the whole number nf
Inhabitants lu each county as returned
under tbe recent state enumeiatlon con
ducted by Secretary ot state nice: Albany,
107,330; Allegany, 43,131; Brounie, 04,7111;
Cattaraugus. 01.7711; Cayuga, ll-',10;
Chautauqua, 78,000; Chemung. 47,ya;
Uinango, 37,001 : Clinton, 40,000; Co
lumbia, 4.1,'JO.-,; Cortland, '.'s,U80;
Delaware, 4A.470 ; Dutchess. 78,qny ; Erie,
:i47,3'.'0 ; Essex, 33,110; Franklin, 30,848;
Fulton, 38.40 ; uencsce, 33,434 ;
flrcene, .11.14:.'; Hamilton, 3,210; Her
kimer, 47,481); Jefferson, 70,318; Klnrs,
1)08.740; Lewis, 30.U44; Livingston, 37,000;
Madison, 4'.'.S0.1; Monroe, uoo.ost); Mont
gomery, 4U.078; New Yerk, 1,801,730; Ni
agara, U4.207: ouelda. U!.l,7fiU; Onondaga.
luO.808; Ontario, 48,718; Orange, M7..1U1;
Orleans, 30,70.1; Osnpgo, 70,HUii; Otsego,
fi0,324; Putnam, 14.230; oueens. 141,
80S: llensseloer, 128,000; Hlchmond. 43.4M ;
lfnckland, 33,72.1; St. Lawrence, 80,364 ; Sara
toga. r7,'.'01 ; Schenectady, 34.11)4; Schoharie,
27,873; srhuyler, Kl.sill: Seneca. 20.S43;
Sfdben, 82,408; ijuffolk, 03,072; Sulli
van, 31,014; 'llcgs. 20,n7fi; lompklns,
33,(ll7i Ulster, 87,0.12; Warren. 28.018;
Washing lou. 4fl.4n8 ; Wayne, 48.3S0 ; West
Chester, 14r,lod ; Wyoming, 31,218 ; 1 ates,
;.'0 801 1 total, 11,483,03'a.
STATE TAX RATE, S0.0019B.
Legislative Economy Shown by the
irv ar.ociATSD rstut
Alsant, April 21. In the Assembly the
annual tax lery was Introduced by Mr. Uush
and passed. Tha tax Is SO.OOloa. Last j ear
Tbo bill was afterwards passed by tbe Sen
ate. V pen It vt as presented to that body Mr. '
Cantor said tho rate was lowest, with Iho ex
ception ot that or 181)1, sines 18.10.
Last j tar the rate nas low because there
was a large surplus In tbe treasury, and be
cause It had been erroneously estimated that
12,000,000 would be derived from tbe suc
" Whatever may te said of this legislature
or of its rightful majority ," concluded cantor,
"the people may point with prldo to lis rec
ord ot oiODom) ."
comptroller Campbell, in transmitting the
bill to the Legislature, called attention to the
fact that the total ot appropriations tor all
purposes o( Government uurlng tbe current
session Is leu tban that lor tbe last three
The appropriations aggregate this year
"EVEHIHG WORLD" ILLUSTRATED PROVERBS XLVI.
Anything for a Quiei Life. '
12,003,004.85. Last year they wereais,
072,050.84; In 1800 they were 13,070,
81.30, and In 1880 they were 13,720,824.
MAYOR GLEASON SAFE.
The Assembly Kills tha BUI to Legis
late Him Out of Offlosv.
rarrrt At ."to -m avtsnio womtn. 1
Alsahv, April 21. The Assembly has killed
Floyd-Jones's two bills legislating Mayor
Qleason, ot Long Island city, out of office.
Tbe enacting clause was stricken out ot
Thai Have Become Law.
1ST aasociATXD rntsa t
alsaxt, April si. The following jave be
Ohaptar MO Far wldmlng araaaa anna.,Lo.t
ObaBWt'.61-Phlbltbac M hlrlM t bar
aulda. Caaptar asi-Ratattv te I scarm et road,
la new Brtf htn.
,- listat Day Note at Albany.
.varor Flowar sfa-nad BfiMta MaOam .'a bill
aseaiptlac Brook! city bond. Iron taialloo.
.044. paaaa. bill approprlallof 100,000 for
Ken. at BeSo.1 at Jamaica.
Spl.mt)tar; Sapplr bill approprlttioa IS, 000
for eoal tra.t iDTMtlaatloa paaaa. taa Saoata.
Aaaanablr aovonra In Sonata amandmanta to
Halar'a bill maktoa' dar '. work tn boara la stoata
The A..emblr dmtetit, by voto of 79 nar to 33
r.aa, Cantor'a bill makinf It a raUd.ma.nor to
aparate hca band aud wlfa.
Tho Aaaombly pa..o. Kallr'a bill pl.oinr boiler
in.poctor. ana auporintondent, la Brooklrn, oa
th. uniform rd police forca.
II PIECE OF MYERS'S MIND.
He Denounces Measures Passed
by the Legislature.
Comptroller Myers this alternoon exploded
a bomb In the camp of the lobbyists and
others who expect to profit by legislation at
Speaking ot the legislature which closed
Its session to-day, ho made to an EvemikO
WoRi.n reporter statements which will create
a big sensation.
' I say praise God, from whom all blessings
now, that tbe Legislature adjournod to-day,-'
said the Comptroller. " It has passed every
thing that's bad, and God kuows what It will
pass to-night In the last hours of thesrsslin.
"The wont moasuraof all (list Imcgone
through Is the llarvej Claim bill. It is the
worst steal thsi was cter passe 1 by a Lesls.
' It has passed other Legislatures, been
vetoed and signed by different Governors and
declared unconstitutional by tho courts.
Now wo are threatened with the same
old bill in new form. It got
through this Legislature because, I believe,
a great many Influential people are Inter
ested In It up to their necks. 1 shall write a
letter to the Governor st once, urging him to
veto 1 he measure.
"The llarvoy claim dates back twenty ear?.
Harvey built what Is now the Mnth Avenue
hlevaied Railroad. He was to pay to the city
3 per rent, ol the earnings of the road, to be
expended in Improving Greenwich street.
"Tho road was a failure, and Harvey's Iran
chlso was roreclosed. 1 he Gllbort Sj ndlcate
then got control ot tbo toad.
'The city has received '.'7.1,000 In per
centage from the earnings, which, with In
terest, would now amount to snno.ooo.
Tlie city also has a Judgment ror
500,000 against the road, and It Is expected
that in tbe ruturo It will pay Into tbe city
treasury (130,000 n year.
If this bill should become a Ian the city
would have to pay to the claimants thu
4000,000, lose tbe s.100.000 Judgment and
the 150,000 percentage money uuuuMlr."
PUTT1HG UP COAL PRICES.
Western Agents Have Acted, East
ern Agents Will Follow suit.
The meeting of tbo Western Anttractte
Coal Sales Agents was largely attended here
to-day. There were present, besides the reg
ular local agents ot tbe rutnpanics, many
subordinate sales agents from Western cities.
The Pennsylvania Bad lour reptvaentattrrs.
It was decided to order an advance nf 2.1
cents per ton on all M;cs to cstc-n and In
terior poliits. to lake effect on May 2.
riie r.nMcrn aalrs agents will probably
meet about Tuesday next, on which dates
similar advance Is likely 10 be rsdrrod.
'ins advance In freights and to-day's ad
vance In coal prices go Into effect May 2.
ItataeBse Collect!. mt ArlrrM.a' Pb.l.
Oal oa. l(k o?rj pawkaa at HoxiaT" Lono
Cvx, lot Maoktag ana .ham 14. 1 ea. Icr to, V
STEWART WILL CISE EKDED.
Judge Pryor Orders a Verdict
for the Defense.
With tbe riling ot a quantity ot document
ary evidence to-day Alexander Stewart's
lawyers rested the case tor the plaintiff In
the suit, in common Pleas to break tbe -lit
of MUllonalre A T. Stewart and to recover
some ot tbe estate from ex-Judge Henry Hil
ton. Lawyer Joseph XL Cnoate moved to dismiss
the case, on tbe ground that tbe plaintiff had
tailed to prove that he was aa heir of A. T.
Judgo Pryor remarked that the evidence
did not show that Mrs. Martin, the mother ot
A. T. Stewart, had other Issue than A. T.
Stewart or other descendants living.
Ex-Judge Curtis ptoposed to supply this
evidence by octogenarian James Bailey, who
had been on very friendly terms with Mrs
Martin and knew aU about her family. In
addition to this, he said the presumption was
that James Belt, the son ot Mrs. Martin, who
died in 1818, had no Issue, as he was then
very young, snd her daughter, Mary Bell, the
testimony showed, bsd died In Infancy.
Judge Pryor ruled tbat It waa not In the In
terests of Justice to roopen the case, and upon
his direction the motion was granted and the
Jury ordered to bring a verdict for the de
fendants. Kllbu Hoot raised the point that It should
have been shown by the plaintiff that there
were no heirs ot John Torney, a grandfather
ot A. T. Stewart, and he had also failed to
show the want ot descendants ot some
He urged that Inasmuch as the plaintiff had
waited for sixteen years stter tbe death ot A.
T. Stewart before bringing the suit, whoa
most of the witnesses ot tbe defendant were
deed, and bad then selected his own time and
tribunal In which to bring the action, and had
then closed his case, be should not now be
permitted to come In and open IU
Mr. Secor contended that It was Just and
rlgbt that all the facts should be presented to
the court, so thst all the objections referred
to should be obviated when the Issues were
presented to tho Appellate court for consid
eration. He wanted the Court to allow htm to call
tbe veteran James Bailey, so that be could
supply tbe missing proof tbat Mrs. Martin
had no other Issue besides A. T. Stewart
except James and Mary, and that there Is no
Issue of tbem living. ,
Judge Pryor denied this motion, and Irjld
tbat there was nothing to go to the Jury and
ordered a verdict for the defendants.
CONKLIN HAS GONE
The Ex-Director Balls for Europe
Without Aeklnrr Lerwo.
Pv-Dlrector W. A. Conklln, of the Central
4'ark Menajerle, has disappeared for the sec
ond time from the Jurisdiction of the Com
mtsMoners at Accounts, who have been In
vestigating him. lie replied to the charges
agalutl blm last Mnndaj,and )csterdiy ha
sailed lor i.uropo without nuiioing tbo com
nilssioners. 'I he evidence at the hearing reflected seri
ously on Mr. Cunkllu, and If the commission
ers should recommend that legal actl m bo
la'.eii njalnst ulai ho could not bo reached
CUT HIS HEAD NEARLY OFF.
Wnltor William Oreen Found Dead
In His Furnished Boom.
At 11 o'clock this morning a woman rushed
Into HouoWn polite Headquarters and asked
that a policeman bo oout to llo Third street
ntonce. Detective Gallagher vvtnt to tbe
house aud forced the door or a room on the
third floor. A horrible sight met bis gaze.
Strttcbed lull length on tho noor, with the
bead almo.t entlruly sevjn-d. was the b"dv
of a nun. Cocgealed blood half an Inch tbUk
surrounded tbe ixx-.y and .1 kern-edged razor
lay on tho noor.
Tho suicide was William Green, a middle
aged man. He occupied u furnished room In
tbe bouSM and was employed as a waiter lu a
lestauran; at Barclay uod Church streets,
this rlt). lie was last seen alive at noon on
1 uesday, when ho entered bis room. It is
supposed that bo ended his life home lime
ONLY TWO ARRESTS SO FAR.
Officials Take No Open Steps In the
Customs Fraud Case
No more arrests bad been made up to noon
to-day in connection with the alleged cuatom
Uouse frauds, and It was said at United States
Commissioner Sblelds's office that no indict
ments in these cases were returned to-day by
the federal Grand. Jury.
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. tUl&teV (k ' 21rti
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Tournament Said to Bi M
in Fine Form and is- Jfl
Sound as Ever. . 'M
JOCKEY DWTER RULED OFF: 11
Work of SubarhM C.r.I.iU.- !
Bitting on Fatiri Eviits. ;S
Tournsment,thesonof sirModrea, whoes sVVH
a three-yesr-old beat everything be came la ;-'SM
contact with, la being specially prepared ay , SjjM
Albert Cooper to win the Suourban. He was wJBH
given his first bit ot good work: yesterday. ''S'B
He Is as toll ot lite and vigor aa ever, east, ;jH
was In his lire. Previous to his work Mtarew .3igB
his rider, but did not run away. Be waa n- 'flH
mounted, galloped around the taSaekaWTenllH
times and then sent nve turloata. a e .ifV JB
lsaealal.08. Th last three farleskfwr'''-;3H
covered In 89 seconds. Cooper WS'aSatyS': 'jH
and believes thatTournaawat,wlttaVslUi-.SM
alsodUsoavtagoc4vTCTkoBMtsittaylasV'v;avW "$ CM
worked asaue Ui44ta7tJptr.aNls1aWt(H
latXavtrnfurloMpiULSi. wVat.vsMMaf MH
isaet van-good, the worh is mmMm&SrfM
yesterday. In company with CsvUe, eaai &TK IsbbbI
ms the Jadre warns sttsT'tiw mtmmmWU
pnillng hta neck double tn Trass JMja)Jlirr. llM
back to his field. The work WMatMaVlall'HraH
than two minutes, iSi,aM
o o . f iWm
Money is goto tn Bscslsss t'ffk tjsjsj 5& jjM
Brooklyn. "Oldlooes's-wcrthasfiay LyvJB
ceuent, and aa a qMt Up It may iMjiJiMlBtlMljfl
he never waa la Setter oondUlon. USHlifii laH
workhMbeeaassllola two tBlavittaVHraJsH
was good wort atUat. J7Z1 ',i$1M
Tiotory has wckedmsUfurlonfsll,R'.,aB
and Is said to be as sound at, a dollar. Tcfc'?4;FaB
TUls BcUe U credited wlthanulaiaUSSij, ItV
Moms Park, Madetoas la sllor4aalaes !"?' ;aH
two minutes in sue easy fashion that ssaay'iC'.fSM
trainers declare that Jaels not oat ot the ifia. vti'Sif,,J
dlcap by any means. Cassias worked lSate'H;3M
work His Highness has Sonshsa kesa a ssaa -Af oH
to"T- . . . '&
La Toeca, favorite torts lfetrapoattHa,JH
Hsndlcsp, has seen cot Mat 10 to 1 to to t. p
Dave dldeon and fullag Johm aMirH
are home agala. They dldhe ConUaet.k-,;1H
thoroughly and are impressed with the laea'VjBsl
that the old countries are. sot In UwMa(.ls)sM
America la any thing, and especially kveraiAiksss1
racing. Acoordlagto their aooouau raag?-VBjl
In England is not up to the mark la heesiy.';-v-flH
such racing as Is carried oa la ""g'""l wonis Si jJM
not bo tolerated in America. 'v " fidlaB
A. Shields will send hta horses to HsaSlltt 'XibaW
ton. Logan should pick up seversl pones. ;;JH
Shields recently purchased Sam otmSr?T. SH
Jockey Dwyer, who ran away frc hit ess-w'jM
Eiloysr, James McCcrmlck, and left Ue caea. W,aH
ortlng newt that be had polled severtfd2jaSJJJJJ
lOrsesdurlrjg his rtrtlng career at OutUakjajaw, 'J'JB
bas been ruled off by tne Executive coeasaK- ''tj'CfaB
tee of tbe Hudson County Jockey Club rorv-,iia
rlolaung his contract with McCorsalck. It Is Wi JbH
not luely that Dwyer will ever to seen in the '5v-iiSM
Some time ago Father BUI Daly donated ttrt JS1SB
old horse xepbyrus to St. Mary's Hospital la 17-H
Uoboksu, Ui be raflludorr tn ala ot that lnU-"i1iaB
tutlon. county cleric Dennis McLaughlin re- J!3M
ccivedworu yesterday that he bad Month ",t;iBs1
uorse. Uehd no use tor the animal so lu, wKM
donated mm to t'rauk Mcuermutt unouttas Siyiiafeal
. . j-bSSSs1
C E. Mahonr, acting for J. Maxwell, ot at, fjH
Louis, his purchased Granite, Straiagem, '4
Mayor B., Iceberg and silver Mint. Tivesa slsssss
horses wul ba shipped to ivast su Louis at . tpSKM
oniw to Do raced at m J meeting In progrest C'dssssl
then, urauitt and stratagem oroughl 3M
The attendance at Outtenburg yesterda WH
waa much larger than on previous dajrs or th .-.!;3i7JjJJjl
wevx. 1-ivo badges and improved transpor- " '.-'ApJJJJJ
latlon facilllUa mil m tut deal lodawlU .JNIM
""" . mR
The Lorraine iTult was played tor a gcoi ' 5aB
i thing at outirnhurg yealerda-. iiU partj -.ijBal
iHslied until ibu udds w ere 60 to 1 straight fH
and U to 1 for third. 'Ihen tneyput thaai ',MSat9SSs1
muuey don u and tne odds were cut down u iia
x-u to l btruigbt and -J to 1 for third, lie Sat SS
tercd lib bsLiers lur three furlongs andtuai . &JH
dlea lUo u dog. , , . I 3kaB
Wang vvjslelt at the post In the two-yW H
eld ruT-. lie closed up a. lot or groaud and ua jjM
UhiUtlilid. llo will do next time. ;,!sSH
' ' ' XiLaH
gi cen stable boy could bare ridden Bene'.VjykH
dUliiiu better man F. van Keuren dldya)H
leidaj. 'ilioplungirslralizedlbU alter Ul 'Vv'B
iktuvrjsuvti. , J$$aM
Horses due to win on iho hill are Black i;'5Sjjssl
mallei llolhvvell, Ottawa, Germanic, MaralMJIJjJJJJJI
lleuon, Marie Lovtll, agaoouu. Ulmlexaitia?H
JOCKEY F. M. M'LAUGHLIN DEAOifiJH
Brother of James McLaughlin, n(51l,'B
Itodo for Dwyers. "': 'M
Jockey Frank M. McLaughlin died 'fit!' UB
morning, In Brooklyn, irom a severe aUaa(H
or diopiy. '''( v' IvJlH
MuLougblln becamo promlntnt la ISM 'sgM
when he rode for Gov. Bewlc, ot Marylaad.V ,,M
He kilarwarda acted as second .Jockey 'viB
tho Dwyer Brothers, ills brother Jawes wa -BVvaVal
the Dwyer Brothers' nrst Jockef.Jea W,- 3H
tacaty-seren rears of age. ffi$j$:t kaH
r , 7t ,i""", ' -saaal
Sett aUUbeoae eJsawlsah'Meai. mmmMs4ffiM