Newspaper Page Text
J a TIIE WORLD; THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25. 1804. ,
I WHO ARE THESE MEN ? ' ' " ,Lucy McCarthy, the Mysterious, Ac- '& cuscs Two Tammany Lawyers. I ' . ONE OF THEM 8A1D TO RE AN OFFICE- if; 1I0LDKK. !p GRAND JUKI EXPECTED TO ACT TO-I)AT k' The name of the woman who line !oen before the arand Jury for two days past, W, id whose Identity was concenlol by at Bupt. Byrnee, leaked out yesterday In jf1 a.nrsd Sessions. She Is Mrs. Lucy 9L McCarthy, of No. 10s West Forty-ninth K tret Mr. McCarthy, up to a fort- & Bight ago, kept a disorderly house. It a waa raided then by Police Captain Sm Haughey, of the West Forty-scvonth j iitreet station ' Mn. McCarthy, when she complnlned , to Bupt. Byrnes that she had paid J200 f? tor alleged police protection and that -V she had been Imposed upon, gave the JS, names of two men to whom she hnd paid Eft the money. These men are said to S bo lawyers, both members of Tammany S, Hall, and one of them an office-holder. Their names ore guarded zealously, not sf- even .the members of the Grand Jury 7, being acquainted with them. ; Supt. Dyrnea, Capt. Haughey, his ; ward man, Michaels, and Mrs. McCarthy is. were before the Grand Jury yesterday. . It was said In the District-Attorney's r office last evening that the Grand Jury f .-would probably Indict the accused to-day. ft Dr. 1'u.rkliurst received a communlca- !V tlojt. yesterday from the Police Com- mtssloners asking him to appear bufore ". them to testify In the Investigation of n the' charges against Capt. Blevln. "It t l will be Impossible," snld Dr. Parkhurst. f , ;(for me to say whether I will or will i Sot appear until after the meeting of my i. committee on Tuesday. I am entirely In ! their hands. There Is no lack of evl- '? denee In my possession, but I think It JM would not be any use to present W ,,ll,to,tbe Commission. They do not want ' in. They havo no desire to convict Hlev- In, ana I question If any amount of , evidence would Influence them to do so." IP A rumor had currency In the region of ,V the Uowcry last night, that the Hcv. Dr. t Parnhurat had been assassinated. In- ix qulry at his home, however, proved that " he was there, safe and sound. i. $ BLBEDINO TOO BLOW A DEATE 1g 'B George H. Palmer Stuck Hli Head I Through a Hole in the lee. (fptclal to tb. World.) MIDDLKTOWN, Jan. 2t.-Oeorge II. Palmer, twenty-eight years old, for sev j eral yearn employed by Henry Shaw, a farmer a few miles north of this city, made a determined attempt at suicide early this morning. ij He was seen to go to a pond a short y distance from the house, thrust his head & through a hole cut In the Ice and hold It j,, there. Mr. Shaw's daughter ran to him ;, and succeeded In pulling him away from W the hole, and then noticed that his shirt Wi front was covered with blood. '.. Examination showed that he hnd cut J? four gaBhes In his throat with a pen- knife. The wounds were not deep, and if. Palmer, tiring of the slow process of !? bleeding to death, made a rush for the X pond and. tried drowning. ;,' A physician dressed tils wounds, which U tare not serious. He has been acting ? 'queerly of late, and being evidently In.- S sane, was brought to this place to-night -3 " and placed In the Btate hospital. pk . Dr. Horatio S. Buckler, of Delhi, is Dead. A (gptslal to Th World.) r 'DELHI. Jan. 24.-Dr. Horatio N. Iluck ?g' ley died here to-day, aged seventy-four. r., He practised his profession here nenrly ' fifty years and was one of the most - j eminent physicians In this part of the Btate. He took a prominent part In pu li st lie affairs, was County Treasurer for nine years, Postmaster of Delhi for slx- E'A teen years. President and Trustee of the r? Delaware Academy for thirty-live years rV and was doubtless better known than any other man In the county. 5 Emergency Work nt tko Capital. ALBANY, Jan. 24. There nre 1,180 men employed In the construction of the Capitol. Commissioner Perry N dolni; all within hi npow.r to carry Into effect the purpose and primary object of the Emergency Appropriation bill that of relieving the distress and surferlns f il the tolling manses, and of giving employ- , ment to those unable to procure It else- W where. The salaries amount to $3,u00 fl dally. m Crushed by n J?alUn;r Tree. 4? (Special lo Tm World.) HOC-SICK FALLS, Jan. 2 Albert S?5 Hyde, while felling a tree on Tuesday on if the Lebarron farm, at Southwest Hoo- S sick, was crushed beneath It and In- $?- siantly killed. When found he hnd evl- Kit dently been dead several hours. His IrV spine and three ribs were broken. He Kk was twenty-five years of age, and leaves K? a widow and one child, aged two. KS- Kew Hearing for Chinamen. Kp Opfdal lo Th World ) mi' PLATTSUL'nO, Jan. 2t.-Thlougli tho Kfi efforts of Attorney Cantwell the three WM Chinamen, two months ngo ordered to 1st. Bent t0 ,ne Albany Penitentiary, and PJy thence returned to China, are to have a ISf new trial here In u few days. Mr. Cant- Eg well has evidence that, nt least, one of Kf them was born In New York City. Ep Peculiar AccMent. m (Kprclal to The World ) 1$, MATTEAWAN, Jan. 21 -While Theo- K& dorc Owen was walking on the railroad R4 track his right foot slipped on a tie, IkJF causing a strain upon his leg uhlch Kg, broke the knee pan. His doctor, A. It. Iff Tlel,, says accidents of this character -! ''are very rare. srft m m If SHIPPING XEWS. Ijaf ALUAMAC TOR TO-DAT; K isa rtiei..7.151Sun ett....( 10'Moon rlifi.. 10 09 A UIUU WATER TO-OAV. mie' A M W.fS-, Budr Hook 10 17 mMf, Oortmor'a lilind 10 31 1 IMI one 1MT Wj$T Ta t& Kutrs Suodtrd Tlmt. subtrAet fou pi, wuntM. Mm POUT (IV MEW YOltlt, WVif Ol'TOOINO STEAMKR1 W&lf SAILED TO-UAr. Bnfe AUrt. Porto fllro. faf AnUlll. Niuau. Kfb 1 Dortdo. New Orlcini. 1 Danla, lltmburs. ' SlUrUn. OUtiow. pV WUItad, Naplei. H tu sail, To-uonnow. HLf, , , YCMell Mil. H Alcooquln. Charlftton 3 00 P. M. K- Cltr of nirmlnihun, SirmnAli 3 00 P.M. Bi.. IXC0MINC1 STKXMEtli B CirllibM, Croli Multobl. Itlo jAntlro V OUcllo. Antwerp m Colorado. jto BHV D Huyter, Aotwtrp Jin T. Hf' - Elhloplt, OImiow Jan. 13. h'A Edam, itoutrdim Jan. 10. V France. London Jan. I. Hlv BclctBlud, Antwerp Jan. 13. Kh' Meileo. llarant Jan. 31. aV-1 Dubbeidaro, Rotterdam Jan. 13, B. !( l Nabraaka, AHaatow Jan. 13 m -' , dub ro-Monnow. L ' Jrserat BlamaRk. Hambnrc Jan. 11. K, Owtnulc. UTerpool Jan.. IT, L yr-J 'Mi l Uuajrre, Jan. K0, REVEALED BY THE KOCH TEST, Dr. Sulchffo Findi Taberouloili Among (he O&ttle of the hiine HoipiUl at Middletowa. (Special to (he World MIDDLKTOWN, Jan. 24.-The offl. cluls of the Btate llnspltn, for the In sane In this city, having reason to be lieve that some of the cattle In the large herd kept on tho hospital farm to sup ply milk for the Institution were suf fering from tubcrculosH, employed Dr. Kutcllffe, a veterinary surgeon of this city, to Inspect the herd. He found that n large number of the cattlo showed symptom, of diseased lungs. To determine whether they had tuberculosis he made use of the Koch Imyph test. A marked Increase In the temperature of the animals believed to be diseased left no doubt In the doctor's mind, so he to-day killed one of the cows and found her lungs diseased, as he ex pected. The work of killing the tuberculous cnttle will be continued us rapidly as the Koch test singles them out. Dr. SutcllfTe believes that It will be neces sity to slaughter at least forty of the sixty-six cattle In the herd. After the diseased cnttle have been killed the sta bles will be fumlgnted and the rest of the herd quarantined and closely watched. The usual formality of having the sick cattle condemned by 6 Btate In spector was not observed In the case of the l.ospltal herd, because they are the property of the State. THAT BT. 0AUDEN8 MEDAL. Doei IU Rejection Inaugurate an Era of Unlvonal Drapery 1 "And so the work of preparation of tho medal for World's Fair exhibitors, designed by Mr. Bt. Gaudens, the fa mous sculptor, has been stopped because of objections made to a nude figure of a man which It embodied," snyB tho satiri cal editor of the Utica Observer. "This Is proper; this Is a step In the right direction. That vile class of alleged art that represents nudo figures must go. The peoplo of these United States nre awakening to the debasing und corrup tive Influence exercised by these so called works of art. The time will come when they will no longer be seen In places frenuenteu by decent people; when a picture or stntuc of a nude figure will no more have a place In a private house than would the living subject It represents. The era of the reform has dawned. It will be no half hearted crusndc. The work will not flag until the object Is accomplished, und accomplished fully, "Not only will nude art disappear un der the condemnation of popular dis approval, but such offenes In nil di rections will cease. Bathing dresses mid stage coHtumes will no longer be a na tional scandal. Hpurred on by popular sentiment und Judiciously enacted laws, the medical profession will doubtless dis cover means whereby children may en ter upon this life properly and modestly and sulllclently clothed. Then, reared In an atmosphere of excessive modesty, there may rlso up a generation of beings who will be too morally pure to remove all their colthes even fur the purpose of taking a bath. The legs of chairs and tables will be properly covered, and cor porate and legislative bodies be com pelled to don shirts, coats and vests collars mnny of them now have, and on the occnslon of an election of olllcers or trustees sometimes a tie. The limbs of trees and urms of the sea will be decently c'.ad, and shoes und stockings be provided fur the foot of every moun tain and hill. No body of water will bo allowed to expose Its broad bosom to view, and even tnc hand of nature will wear a glove." VENTURED DP0N THIN I0E. The Drowning of Mill Fannie Stuart on Wappinger's Lake. (Special to Thi World.) WAPl'INCIKH'S FALLS, Jnn. 24. Kan nlo Htimrt, fourteen yenra of ago, broke through thin Ice and was drowned lust evening while skating on Wapplnger's Lake. The lake supplies the surrounding country with Ice, and where tho cutters hnd been ut work were places not snfe. In a spirit nf adventure tho young girl mill her escort skimmed over these thin ly frozen sections, und In 11 cove where few skaters venture both suddenly broke through. Attracted by their crle. numbers came to their usslHtnnce, and a big over coat wiih tlnnwn thum. The young mun grasped the coat and held on to the girl, ut her benumbed grasp relaxed und she sunk. It was nn hour befuro her body wns ir-covereil. Khe was nn attractive girl nnd very much esteemed. Hhe wns employed In tho print workB. New Fourth-Clan Fortmasterc. (Spi-elul lo The World ) WASHINGTON, 1). C, Jan. 2(.-Forty-three fourth-class postmasters were named to-day. Including Hicbu for New York State: Herkimer County, ut Wind field. Miss Julia Cody; Fulton County, at limmonsburg, George Helterllne; Jef ferson County, at Stone Mills, M. F. Baxter; Oneida County, ut Lntrdsvllle, G. M. Steele; St. Lawrence County, at Heuvelton, Lawrence Berry; Sullivan County, at Jlongnup, H. F. Corwln; Ul ster County, ut Bull Hun, P. A. Sheehy. Badly Eattored Wedding Oueits. (Special to The World ) HYHACrSE. Jnn. 21 -One of the live liest weddings Syracuse ever knew oc curred lust night. The wedding feast was a hilarious affair, und at nn early hour this morning a free-for-all tight took place. The result was that many of the participants were before Judge Mulhollnnd this morning with swollen heads und battered features. Some of the women present fared badly. All of those arrested were fined. Wants 83,003 for Her Husband. (Special to the World.) ELMHIA, Jan. 24. The suit of Mrs, Lucy Barnhart against Mrs. Ella Lelby for J5.00O for alienating her husband's affections Is being tried In the Supreme Court here. Burnhurt was furmerly u member uf the Fire Department and Mrs. Lelby keeps a saloon. Death of John E. Ljon, Oswego. OSWKCIO, Jan 24.-.!ohn E. Lyon, a matlngulshcd citizen, died to-day nt the nge of eighty-one years He had been prominently Identified with the milling and murine buiiness here for half u century. After the Grip WI'A.i. TIKl'.ll, DISC'OIIKAtiliU. Hood' Mnpallla. llmlareil Perfect llenltu and Htrrnglli, "I bad tboarrlp, which left mnr'tein In a bad condition, My itrenirtti waaall font and I waa Kettlur. weaker every day. My friends aald my final real could not louir be defeneJ 1 could not do any work, lacked an appe tite, and luy reat waa much disturbed at nUUt. I waa induced to try Hood's Hares, parilla. Attar taklur one bottle I waa gieatly benonted and the second restored my lost Lealtb. entirely so that I can do iny Hood's,vCures work as )! ai eter. I owe ray present health and strength to Mood's Barisparllls." Mas. M. L. CoBUBS, West netlln, Vermont. Hood' Pills are hand made, and perfect In proportion and appearance. 2S. per box. TO HELP LABORERS. Senator O'Connor's Bill for Free Pub lic Employment Bureaus. SENATOR rOUND'S BILL FOR COM PULS0RY EDUCATION. THE FORESTRY COMMISSION REPORT. ALBANY, Jan. 24.-The bill referred to In Tho World this morning providing for the establishment of free public employ ment bureaus was Introduced In the Legislature to-dny fly Senator O'Connor. On Feb. 8 a mass-meeting, to fuithcr the Interests of the measure will be held In Cooper Union, In New York City. Among tho gentlemen who will apeak In support of It are Bishop Potter, who will preside; Joseph H. Choate and Felix Adter. In brief, tho hill provides for the efltab llshment throughout the Btate of free em ployment bureaus, which shall be under the control 0' tho Commissioner of Sta tistics of Labor, By this bill tho Commissioner Is di rected to organize In all cities having a population of 75,000 or over a free public employment bureau for the purpose of receiving applications for lnbor on the part of those seeking employment und of applications for help on the part of those who desire to employ lnbor. He Is also empowered to appoint for each bureau a superintendent and such clerical assis tance us may be njccssary. A register Is to be kept, In which will be entered the name of the applicant, tho character of labor or employment desired and the applicant's address. The Superintendent will make a report euch Thursduy to the Commissioner, who Is required to print euch week n list of nil apptlcunts fur labor and help. Copies wilt be mulled to the Superintendents of the vurlous oltlces throughout the State, whero they will be posted conspicuously for the Information of persons desiring employment. Applications shall become void thirty days after their receipt un less renewed. Applicants must notify tho Superintendent within ten days after the required help Is secured, or, falling to do so, they will forfeit the privileges of the burtnu for the future, at the dis cretion of the Commissioner. No compensation or fee of any kind Is to lie charged applicants, nnd any per son receiving such fee will be guilty of a misdemeanor und he liable to a fine of 1IU or Impilsonment for thirty dus. The Superintendent shall receive 11 sul ary of not more than 11,200 u year, nnd his assistants shall be paid Vft a month. Similar bureaus mny be Undiluted by tho common council of any Incorporated city or vlllnge of less than seventy-live thousand Inhabitants, nnd shnll be under the superintendence of tho Mayor. COMPULSOIIY EDUCATION. A bill was Introduced In the Senate this morning, by Mr. Pound, providing for the compulsory education of children, and prohibiting their employment at cer tain ages, during the sessions of the public schools. The bill enacts that every child between six nnd sixteen years of nge. In proper physical and mental condition, shall regularly uttctid a schuol where the common-school branches of reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic, grammar and geogrnpiiy un taught In English, or shall attend upon equivalent Instruction by a competent tenchei' elsewhere than a school. Kvery child between fourteen and six teen years of age, not regularly en gaged In any useful employment or ser vice, und every child between six nnd twelve years of age shall attend upon Instructions as many days between the 1st of October and the following June ns the public schools In that vicinity shall be In session. Hvery child between twelve nnd four tern yenrs of age, In propr physlcul und mental condition, ahull attend upon In struction ut leu-it eighty school days, not Including holidays und detention on account of sickness or other causes. If a child Is Instruoteil by a private tutor, no greater numbT of holidays nre to be allowed than are allowed In the public schools. Failure on 'he part of pjrents to comply with the provisions of this law will be regarded as a misdemeanor and punished by either line or imprison ment. It Is further provided that It shall lie unlawful for uny pel son or corporntlon to employ uny child between the uges of six and twelve years In any business or service whatever during nny part of the term for which the public schools of the district are In session, or to employ any child between tne ages of twelve und fourteen years who does not present a certificate stutlng thnt he has attended school for the required number of duys, Teachers shall keep u record of children nnd their attendance, ami nttendunce of ficers may be appointed who muy urrcxt without warrant any child between lin ages of six und sixteen years found uwuy from home who Is n truant from instruction. A truant school Is to be es tablished for the reception of such chil dren us prove incorrigible. AS TO CLOTl'RR. There was a good deal of surprise over the brief discussion on the cloture rule In the Senate to-day, und It was ex- rlalued In an Interesting way to-nlghl. t seems that Lieut. -Gov. Sheehnu und .Mr. Cantor, In arranging the debute, had put Mr. O'Sulllvan und Mr. Wolf down lor 11 three-quurters-of-un-hour speech. When It was their turn both men de clined to speuk. Mr. 0'Sul!!nn suld to night that he did not core to talk against time. TIIK CANAL BILL. The only Important committee hearing to-day was tliut before the Joint Assem bly und Senate Committees on Cunuln on the Bradley-Law sou bill tu make Im provements to the entire cun.tl system The bill was favored by Senator Bradley, who Introduced It und who hpoke of the great benedts that would ucerue to poverty-stricken people If the bill passed, as well us to the Stute by Increased com merce. He quoted Gov. Flower In favor of It. Other speeches were made 111 fuor of the bill by Assemblyman Law son, Capt. W. C Clark, Cupt. M. Do Prey and Capt. M. M. Drake, all advocating a depth of nine feet and a higher hunk, so that steam canal-boats could bo used. The measure was opposed by Mr. Dals, of Whitehall, who NUd that If the canals were maintained at the depth and width contemplated by the original stat ute they would be large enough for all ntirnoses. A number of labor advocates favored the bill, as did ex-Deputy Btate Engineer Johnston. HEI'OltTED FAVOBABLY. In the Senate to-morrow these bills will be reported favorably: Senator Guy's, for a park In the Twelfth Ward, New York: Senator Robertson's two school-bonding bills for Yonkers; Sena tor Lexow's J10.0UO bonding bill for New burg; Senator Cuntor's KO.OOO Harlem Ship Canal bill; Senator Stnpletou's, al lowing the appointment of a taxable trunsfer clerk In euch county, except New York and Brooklyn. In the Assembly these bills will be re ported: Mr. Alnsworth's. extending the powers of the Attorney-General; Mr Marrln's, regarding assessments In the Twenty-third nnd Twenty-fourth Wards, Mr Keenan'B, appropriating W.500 for Improvements at Troy Armory; Mr. Myer's, appropriating I3S.000 for cnnal bank Improvements nt Schenectady; Mr. Gerst's, upproprlatlng 32o,000 for the Women's House of Itefuge (reduced to 110,000). In the Ahsembly Mr. Clark, by unani mous consent. Introduced a bill repeal ing Chapter 49. laws of 1SS7, prescribing the period In each year during which racing may take place upon the ground of associations Incorporated for the pur pose of Improving the breed of horses, and suspending the operation of certain sections of the penal code. Referred to me Committee on Judiciary. The following bills were Introduced In the Assembly to-day: Mr,, Van Ambers Appropriating 16,000 SURPRISES EVERY ONE. And May PosBiblr Surprlso You as It Docs Others. It Is, However, Simply Ono Moro Added to the Long List. It Is the Old Story Over ARaln, Al ways True and to He Believed. It is bard to surprise people nowadays. They enert so much that nothing ahort of the wonderful astonishes them. Yet here Is something which seems to lime sur prised some people, snd It mar you. The story as told by Mr. Kmll (llsllo, who re sides at 147 waUace St., Mew Haven, Ct., Is as f jlluwsi "With selling bones," ssld he, "lo of ap petite, irreat ne'tousness snd general weakness, and after employing eereral prominent plirsl clana In the vain hope of relief, I at last reiolted to take Dr. Oreens's Nerrura blood and nerve rauiftly. "I hate taken only fle bottle, and now I am glad to ssr I feel like a new man. 1 am working bard every day. I feel like Rarupson, and all persons who knew me last winter and EMU, OIOLIO. see mo to-day are surprised at seelnr me look so well, stronir and Tirorom. "1 advise tb use of 'this wonderful medicine for all weakness or breaking up of thensrrons snd physical srstem, and I hope those who read this testimony and who are In s similar condi tion to mine, will slvo It a trial and be con vinced. " That is it, JnstsrlYe It s trial if you are weak, tired, nerrous sud run down in health. Use It If our blood, slumsch, bowels, liver or kldneis aro out of order. l)r. Orecne's Kervura blood and nerve rcme ly will surprise you by Itsmsr vellom power lo cure. It Is pnrely vegetable and harmless. It Is, as overybody knows, tbs dlscoverr and prescription of an eminent physlctsn. Dr. areeno, of :1ft West 1 4th Hlreet, New York City, who is acknowledged as the most skilful and succesBtul specialist in curtnir nervous and chronic, illiosr.oi. All who desire can consult the doctor free, personally or by letter. to build wnter gntes In the State dam across the Black River lit Carthage. Mr. Porter-Appropriating J1.600 for a drain In Whltesboro, Mr. Nixon -Itelatlvo to an electric ser vice for Fredonln. Mr. Sleven.i Relative to drains, &c, .n towns and corporntcd villages. Mr. Prescott Incorporating the city of Little Fulls. Mr. Messller Appropriating J7,fi00 for payment of costs of contest over seat of James Lounsberry In Legislature of 1893. Mr. Riler Relative to wnter supply of vllluge of Oneonta. Mr. Alnsworth Relative to powers of boards of trustees of Incorporated vil lages to contract for electric lighting. In the Sennte to-day, the Lnnslngburg charter nmendments, to restore the char ter, were favorably reported. These bills weie Introduced In the Senate: Senator Pound Appropriating $25,000 for the Western House of Refuge for Women. Senator Slupleton Incorporating the St. Lawrence River Bridge bill. Capital J.'W.OOO (last year's bill). Also Amending net creating Syracuse n1unlclp.1l court In minor particulars. Mr. I'oggesliall Providing for a drain In Whltesboro. Mr. Donaldson Providing for a foot path oMr 11 cnnal bridge nt Wnterford. The bill amending the Jumestown charter wns pa-sed. FORESTRY COMMISSION. The annual report of the Forestry Commission was presented to the Legla Inture to-day. It denls mainly with the question or public turks In the Adlron tlacks mid Catskllls. Tho great forest of Northern New York covers nn area of 3,081,801 ncres. The Adirondack park, or proposed reservation. Includes 2,807. "60 acres. The State owns 731,159 acres In the forest, of which Ml, 093 acres are situated within the reservation. The commission desires lo acquire 1,200,000 ncres ns follows. 377,!fi3 acres, lumbered, at Jl.W), .-iiW,!ri:. 300,000 acres, lumbered, at J2, JC0O.0O0; D2J.04.-! acres, uncut, at HBO S-VIID.SOS: total. H.515.134. For this pur pose, nnd for the purpose of obtaining 100,000 acres In the Cntsklll Mountains, they nsk the Legislature to authorlxe the Issue of bonds to the amount of $3,000,000. due In ten yenrs from date of Issue. No part of the money will be ex pended 111 beautifying the wood.s, In locnl Improvement or In ministering to the comfort of nny one, but In protect ing the for-st and In securing a future and perpetual timber supply. KINGSTON BOARD OP TRADE BANQUET Two Hundred Business Men Feast at the Academy ef Music. (Special to The World ) KINGSTON, Jan. 24. The second an nual banquet of the Board of Trade took place to-night at the Academy of Music, and, like Its predecessor, was a grand affair. Over two hundred of the leading business und professional men of the city were present. The spacious hall was elaborately deco rated for the occasion. The speakers and invited guests occupied a tnble di rectly In front of the stage, at which Reuben Bernard, President of the board, presided. Six other tables were presided over by Andrew N. Barnes, Isaac N. Welner, ex-Alderman Peter Measter, John Campbell, William J. Turck, Jr., and John W. Balxmann respectively. Murshnll p. Wilder, the humorist, at Intervals during the evening exerted his well-known powers as an entertainer. Tho Rev. C. Stanton Stowltts. of the HondoUt Presbyterian Church, said grace, after which the .banquet was served by John IS. Luther, of tho Man sion Home. The President then delivered his annual address, and toasts were responded to as follows- "The City of Kingston," Corpo ration Counsel John F, Cloonun; "Public Improvements." William Lounsbury; "Kducntlon," Prof. William K. Bunion, of the L'lster Academy. The Banquet and Reception Committee wns: John II. Gregory, John McCaus. lund, H. W. Otis, Alderman Henry E. Wleber and Peter Measter. Took the Clcthe.3 tut Left the Dummy. (Special to Tbs World ) KLMIRA, Jan. 2I.-A thief stole a clothing dummy from the Crystal City Clothing Company In Corning last night, took It Into an alley, stripped It or Ut clothing, replaced the dummy In front of the store and decamped with a valuable suit of clothes and an overcoat, gtern Bros. To-Morrow Special Sale of Ladies' Hosiery consisting of Ribbed Lisle Threid In Black and the most ) 4 P"C. dfilrable colors; and " Black Boots I JJ with Colored Tops Actual value 50 and 60c. West 23d St. KEEP'S COLLARS & CUFFS, Made from the vrru best I turn, eapeclaliy Helectrtl far iia. We have alt the Ktandard and latest shapes, and will guarantee these goods equal to any made. Collars, U oq 1. Per Dozen. CUffS, $3 AA J Per Dozen. We earry the lamest and most complete stocU of till HITS In the City. Catalogue sent upon implication. KEEP M'F'C CO., Broadway, bot. 'Ith &. 12th Sta. HAS CLARENCE TIER RETURNED? Burglaries and Jnceniiarj Fires in Wayna 0:unty Suggest that Ha Mar Be Again at Work. (Special lo The Worlil ) LYONS, Jan. 24. Wnyne County, par ticularly Ihe western portion, has an ac tive gang of burglars. At first they con fined their operations to Palmyra and Macedon, entering private houses and breaking Into Btores. Their work upon several rafes Indicates that they are not amateurs. Of late they have left the line of the Central-Hudson and have been paying nttentlon to farmers, stealing poultry, harness and other loose property found around farm barns. On Monday evening they struck Newark, entered the dwelling of Clnrk Phillip and stole Jewelry valued at J125 and 120 In money. Thpn an attempt was made to burn the church shed In Newark, l-'lres nave occurred all over the county of a suspicious character. Around North Lyons a great deal of stealing has been going on, mainly of farm firoduce. Many barns have been burned n the vicinity of Clyde und Bavunnah, and In the northern tier of towns the fire loss has been laigc, all of the fires being Incendiary. The Central-Hudson Railroad Company has suffered extensively from the depre dations of a gang of car thieves. Last week a large lot of stolen shoes, brand new and of llrst-elass workmanship, waa discovered In a barn near this village. Two years ngo Wajne County was visited by a gang of professionals, and It afterwards turned out that Clarence Tier, n famous ex-convict and accom plished Jail-breaker, who wua born and raised near Clyde, this county, had been paying a flying visit to his former home. Disguised as a drummer, he secured accesB to many private residences and gained Information which was used a few days later In burglarizing the houe. Jerry Collins, Deputy Sheriff of Wayne County, who captured Oliver Curtlss Perry, Is of the opinion that Clarence Tier is again paying Wayne County a vlHlt, and the sheriff's deputies have been notified to look out for him. Whero Is Catherine Culladtnel (Special to Ths World.) BUFFALO, Jun. HI. Inquiry was made to-day regarding the whereabouts of Catherine Calladlne, n girl, of nineteen, who disappeared from her home, at No. 405 Delaware avenue, on Dec. 15. Her friends believe that she was made In sane by rcnl estate troubles, and has committed suicide. Some of her property was mortgaged, and she couldn't ralso money to pay the Interest. When she left home she was dressed only for a walk. All the hospitals between Roches ter and Toronto have been searched for her. Seneca Laics Wine Compaxy. (Special to Th World ) KLMIRA, Jan. 24. The Seneca Lake Wine Company has filed Its certificate of Incorporation with the clerk of Yates County, capital $10,000. The following are Incorporators: John II. Butler. II. H. Phillips. Harry W. Butler. Frank M. McDowel, Ednln F. Cnse. John II. But-1 ler Is President and Harry W. Butler, Treasurer. i 5tern Bros. will place on sale to-morrow another purchase of 100 Cases Silkolinc Ruffled Comfortables Finest quality, $ -g A Q Full size, at I O Regular price $2.50. And the remainder of their Figured Sateen Down Comfortables 5 by 6, at J.5 6 by 6, at 3.0J 6 by 7, at 4.75 Orently Below Regular Prices. West 23d St. HelWantcd Male. WANTKU-A man cook. 2307 3d ave. ROCHESTER'S "WE MR AND CO." An Organized Band of Youthful Burg- lari Broken Up ly the Police. (Special to tbs World ) ROCHESTER, Jan. 24. Tho police to day nabbed half a dozen boys, and It was developed In their examination that they were members of an orRanlxed gang of young burglars which has been op erating here for several weeks. It Is thought that some of those under arrest wore the burglars who on Sun day night entered the saloon of William Moloney, No. 272 East Main Btreet, and the shoe store of Frank Rlvard, No. 14 East avenue. The members of the police force hnd been notified to look out for the shoes taken from Rlvard's place. Ofllccr Ervln noticed that Edward Moore, fourteen years old, was wearing a brand new pair of shoes of an expensive moke, though the lnd's clothing was shabby, Moore was put under arrest and the shoes Iden tified as a pair taken from Rlvard's store. Moore asserted that William Townsend, some seven years his senior, had given htm the shoes. Townsend was arrested early this morning, and Daniel und Raymond Connolly, Morris Byrne and Roy Bristol were taken also. In the possession of Bristol was found a pistol, which William Mnloney ldentl iled as the one taken from his saloon on Sunday night. It Is understood that there Is no evidence against Raymond Con nolly. Townsend noa been arrested sev eral times. While on the way to the police station. Roy Bristol tore from his coat a steel badge In which were cut the letters "W. F. A. C. He attempted to throw It away without attracting attention. Lieut. Ryan picked up the pin and ques tioned Roy, who snld the letters signified "We Four and Co." The "We Four" Club, up to a week ago used a shed In the rear of a vacant house on Court street. There, nt a late hour every night, they mnde their plans for burglarizing. They were all sworn to secrecy and each wore a badge like thnt of Bristol. It Is understood that Bristol nnd Byrne will plead guilty to the chnrge of enter ing Moloney's place. The lads were ar raigned In police court this forenoon. A postponement until Friday was granted. Glen Hawkins, supposed to be nnother member of the gang, was arrested at noon. s No Hostility to Dr. Webb. SARANAC LAKE, Jnn. 24,-At the an nual meeting of the Adirondack Hotel League, which Includes In Its member ship all of the manngers and proprietors of the principal hotels of the Adirondack region, resolutions were unanimously adopted condemning as untrue and In jurious the recently published reports from Saranac Lake relative to Dr. Webb's park. They assert that a full In vestigation made nmong the guides nnd residents of the section shows that the alleged hostile feeling to Dr. Webb does not exist m rrizo Fight in the Town Hall. BUFFALO, Jon. 24. Two pugilists from Erie, their backers and nearly two hun dred spectators Invaded the quiet vll lago of Flnley's Lake n night or two slnco nnd pulled of a prlre fight In the Town Hall. The only guardian of tho peace learned what was going on and gained admittance to the hall, but he was thrown out. The villagers are deter mined to bring the manager of the hall before the court for letting It for a prize flsht '" ' ' " - " ' " i -in i . i jrsLa ittg Aong of "Gold Sut'apackq full of 4in&, J $11 the dirt of age? it will unrJerainej ffiEP : work 6ccome like (ilqy, eT jf nt fhaf a IJflf (y fb0li35f r nc Ijourecleaning Say? With Gold Oust Washing Powder the spots on the floor, the dirt on the wail, the finger marks , on the doors, the stains on the windows, the grease on the i dishes, the tarnish on the silver, are quickly removed. i You can get "other kinds,' but they all cost mora money and require more effort. M.do only by n. K. FAIRBANK i CO., Chicago, 8t. Louis, New York, PhllsdalphU. Beaton, Uontr.al. ' , fcs..lSr.-- ..r. ..n . -T.r i i l iatStt THE EVENING WORLD'S 6 O'CLOCK EXTRA TO-DAY WILL CONTAIN ALL THE NEWS THAT WILL BE IN THE MORNING PAPERS TO-MORROW. Complete Financial Information, Proceedings of Congress and other Public Bodies. Latest New York City News, Latest Brooklyn News, Latest New Jersey News, Latest News from Everywhere, Concise, Accurate and Interesting; Condensed, but All There. No citizen who wishes to keep abreast with the times, will go to bed without i THE EVENING WORLD'S 6 O'CLOCK EXTRA. IN ITS SPORTING COLUMNS r MT HAS ' RACING ACCOUNTS, daily. The most complete stones of events on the track put in type the same day they occur. "THE TURF," a daily column, is a most interesting department to all followers ol racing events, presenting, as it does, gen eral racing news, notes and commentaries; information as to the condition of horses named for coming events, and timely tips on racers whose form makes them worthy the attention of speculators. Prepared by a special writer. SPORTING GOSSIP, attractively pre sented, is a daily feature. The general news and announcements 'of the athletic clubs, the latest developments and promised events in pugilism, aquatics and all general sports are found in this department, which is al ways up to the times and up to the readers' demand. All prepared by a special writer. SPORTING DATES.-A Calendar printed daily gives times and places of coming ath letic and general sporting events of local bearing. - ALL THE NEWS FOR EVERYBODY IN IHE EVENING WORLDS 6 O'CLOCK EXTRA.