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t 9 TnE WORLD: WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 11 , 1894.
wish to protert run fin It best b? being present. -r he ailne.l. FURGUESON STILL FALLING. Assemhl; Pnaara Ihe II. 1! .lillli Inn thr Sliopr Inspectorship. die am.-iti Prat, i ALBANY, April 11- In th" Afjembl) to-day Mr. Wrny Called Up his bill abollshlnu the oiflrc of Shore Inspector on Ixnr Island. Honntnr Hlggln, I bill, slmllnr bill, Ml substituted, Mr. Wrny sal,! the office of Shore In apertor had miti:r.'n lis Ulefulni is an I haa been abused by the pn sent In cumbent. The i.fll-e costs (he Mats 127,000 annually, and the tHate gets n .th ing for It. Mr. Flnnpa-.in and Mr. Tnvl.ir np.ocd tbs bill, and Mr Fish and Mr Friday favored :t. The lilll was passed yeas, 71; nays, 49. THOSE THANKS TO HILL State Sr-nntr II - h 1 1 pfi n Adopt till Amrmhly Heaolntloii. (U) Amocla1d Ir . I ) ALBANY. April 11 The AllMWorth concurrent resolution was handed down In th Senate to-day thanking David D Hill for his masterly arraignment of tiir Wilson Tariff Ml) nnd the unAmiTicm policy of the present Administration. Senator Cantor moved to amend by striking out nil reference to the Adminis tration and confining the Indorsement "f Senator HIM to his opposition to ihe un American policy of an Income tax. Senator Bradley Bald he thought th resolution mljrht he amended by think ing Senator Hill for his actions which made possible the present Republican majority In the Snat fiver since tin snap Convention In Albany, tht career of Senator Hill had been one chn.pt r of blunders. After some further debate, th amend ment wan beaten. 11 to 17. and the original resolution wan passed, u to 11. THE PROVIDENT LOAN BILL. Assembly Adopts n,.- Conference Committer's llepnrt. (Oy Aieo-lBtM Praaa ) AI-HANY. April 11. -In the Assembly to-day Mr. Sheffield presented a report from the Conferenrn Committee on his bill Incorporating the Provlffent Loan Society. The report Is favorable to the amendment made by the Henate. striking out the three years' limitation and mak ing the exlsteme of the Society In definite. Mr. Butts reiterated his objection to the bill. Mr. Sulzer supported the report of the Conference Committee, and said the bill was a most admirable one. Messrs. Alnsworth and Hennessey also supported the Committee. The report was adopted, 112 yeas to 10 n&vs. AGAINST ADJOURNMENT. Republican lipmlrni nt Alhnny .- i Warn In from t Ilea. (By AtMolftted Pre. ) ALBANY. April 11 Senator Snxton nd Mr. Alnsworth. the Republican lead er in the Assembly, have both received letters from ex-United States Supervi sor Charles M. Dennlsan, of Utlca, in which he urges the Legislature not to adjourn until after the Full election for Governor. He says : " If you want the murderer of Ross and the perpetrators of the election frauds convicted, see to it that this Leg islature does nm adjourn sine die as contemplated If It ndjmirns before the next election, the men who took part In the Maynard steal ami the murderer of Ross will be prepared to commit any I number of crimes In order to retain their power." WANTS CHINESE RELEASED. Lawyer Chet-n-ortli lays They I'ni.i ftuo fCnrh for Passports, Col. n. C. Chetworth applied to Judge Lacombe, in the United States Circuit Court. Chambers, this afternoon for writs of habeas COrpUl In the cases of Lee Yee Han;,'. Lee Chung Pond, Wang Pay See. Let- Yoke Hlng and Lum Fung Sing, who are detained by Collec tor Kllbreth on board the Ward line Steamer Concho, The Chinamen arrived on the Concho on April 4. but were not permitted to land because the Custom-House officers believed their passports to be fraudulent. having been previously used and can celled. Col. Chetworth claims that the pass ports were granted by the Chinese con sul at Havanu. Cuba, and were properly vised by the United State Consul ami the Spanish police authorities at that port. His clients, he says, received them in good faith ami paid PH apiece for them to a person believed bj them to be an agent of the Chinese Consul. The Concho leaves for Cuba on Satur day, and should the application for writs of habeas corpus be denied, the China men will be taken back tu Havana. SHIPPING NEWS. ALMANAC FOR TO DAT. gas rises B.t8gafl UU,.. 6 31 Moon MtS. 12 20 ' HIGH WATI 1 TO-DAY. AM. P. M Ssrnly Hook 11 IX l It, Csoremor s Island 11 44 13. OS Hell Gate 1 3: 1 Cs LOW WATER TO-DAY. Sandy Hook '41 E ' Governor's Island ti 16 t0 H-. . OStt .. T 44 Ml To And Eaitern Stanlnrd Time, subtract foul alnutes. port op kew vonic. Ol'TOOIMO STKAMKltS. BAJLKU TO-DAY. ARRIVED Wealafid. Antwe-r ii' . , LJvei i ol Creole 1'rln e. 1 Inldld. gamtuga. Havana Abfna. Qonslvat Ki Mar, "v Urlesni Bfamer Loch 1. n m ! Rit!eri:n. Steamer Blavon:i Stettin TO SAIL Tu M IHROW, flf. Mi Ii VvlMll Mil. Fuarst Illsraii k S-uih- ampton ' 00 M ! 1 A M 1 of f.'alif-jr nia. Ulas- kuw j.m j y Obdara. Uoturd-uji 1) ' ' '.I 1 p a:;i Jere-intr ll.bi A II 1 r v Orinoco fternri'la 1 B UO 1 BSSfSffSOS, Hfcia . ..QV 1 i J' City if Birmingham, '- vannab 3 y m Fenlnaular. At rs j.o j j INCOM1NU RTEAMCRt DUB TO LAY. Red Sea, Parr Ml h 19 Croft. Lent. Msi I H F HaUnevs 0 I ra -r Uai h 21. Handel. i,:i '; Mar-h 13 giavnnlu. ' hi ,niisuaai .4 Mar n 24 L'dian Mooar h I. ndon Mai b -4 ricquu iit raltar Mar h Ii Cli . t,lal Mut t 2. fcu r if l.i erp I March I fc.r'.-llo. Hill Mar n 16 K".KQ. Qtbrultar Mai I !1 St Ati'lrew lliv Oil t V ri t 24. lit-rni nil 11 -nun 1 i April I TrlnMa-1 lurn i ! i At I MaJ I t-r; ' April 4. SH-e. Ur' inn A tr 1 1 4 M-mtu- Lon'l Msrrh 23 Poiiua Gibraltar Mai v M Vie i Ian ' H " A RfeP k Marsala H.iml ,rr Mar Ji .) JK-w B Olinda. Cadli Mai i h " ':'' -. ' V B'hlelaweit. 'ard-nai Apr. 8. V Brlsroe. 8t Johns April t f Tailabaasre. SftVAOOU April T POaWlQal rOATaV (By cable ) ARR1VKD. HAMtstRO. April 11 Arrived, reamer Rig's from New York BAILED LON'DOV April U. Jsllsj lUamsr Aiaoto. a Nrv lads. Laaaaaaal i aSSaasA i -- . - - ' - -- ' CLEARED THE COURT.' I Judge Bradley Rebukes the Ap-j , plauae at the Brockinridge Trial. .. . Lawyer Thompson Calls the Plain tiff "A Walking Arsenal." i lie Feared to Sit by Ills Client 1-rst Stray IbiiIIpM Fly. (11) AisoctatetJ Press WABIttNUTOfC, April 11. Col Th-. nip sun resurtiiHi his speech against Madeline Pollard when tht- Circuit Court met to day. iir first commented on the Improb ability of Hi-- formal proposal f mar ring fn m Col. ltr cklnrldge to tht plain tiff in ilu Kail of 1892, In the light uf her claim that he ha I previously promised to man !ii n hts wife should die. ' it was the act of a woman who felt that If she coul 1 n t mirr him she could lisgrace him," was the laaryer's charac terlaatlon i tht suit In nls vehetnW way the Co ion el pictured what nmsi have been tin agon) o! the Congressman with the pt.tlntllT i i: a .n.: hlm amun 1 and compelling bin. to tell Mrs, Itlai-kburn i Mat thpy were to be married. She was a walking arsenal." said the lawyer again. "Talk about Kentucky Colonels and turning up coattalls her' In this Court House to him- If there were pistols, Ild you sea the look on that w omans fare when she came Into thiH Court-House? Why, I was afraid to Hit le-side the Colonel fr fear of stray bul lets " Col, Thompson Closed with an appeal to the Jury to return a verdict according to the law and the testimony, Major Ben Huttnrw-i.rth. whose mild manner w in Kiat contrast to that of his oditMgue, iMPRan his remarks by expressing gratification that this pesti lence must sooti bp brought to an end Sunn people had been solicitous for fear his (Butterworth's) friendship had been misplaced. He had known the defend ant as stai : 1 1. BOldlt r. father. hUS- !...,.! ...! -!.. 1 .1 -..1.1 .. "V..,. ....... . I . .11.1 I , i ' : I , llll'l, ' ' J ' J I J ' I 1 lllll ' s; ' I It on tin- lightnings that to whom Ben Butterworth wan a friend In the days of his prosperity he will not turn his back upon in adversity.' This state ment was followed by an outbreak "f ap plause fn ni spectators, Judge Bradley leaned forward and rapped bis desk, "Now you may clear the court-room," he paid to the bnillffH. "We have had enough of outrages In this court-room, No one stirred, and then Judge Bradley sail: "Every out who is not a member of the Hat win leave the court-room." Re vera I men K"t up and Matted out when one elderly spectator inquired 'I'l.t-s that apply to members nf the Bar from away ' 1 am a law ver from New York." "i take it for granted that no attorney would disgrace a court bv such demon strations. All lawyers frm outside of the ell v are welc me hr Hut there are others sitting here that are not members or th Bar, to my knowledge." More men were ushered out by the bailiffs, hut more than half of the spec tators remained. Then Mr. Butterworth proceeded to re- i'-' in-' riiii'inooo oi wi s i. irii. as described by herself." Mr Butterworth said he himself had much at i t.iii. M1 had a daughter nnd u wife. Ill could U"l afford that Justice should not be done. II" was not there to extenuate th. conduct of Col. Breck inridge If he did he knew that the Col onel would discharge him from the case. TtaaV country bad been solicitous about a sixteen-year-old schoolgirl, but there was no -ui-li person m th case. If she had been but sixteen, why had not her mother been called to prove it if she) bad been but sixteen, she wan as much Skilled In love-making as any woman bo i ; hal ever known. The other Mde bad talked about th- fascination "f a silver tongue, He paid tribute to ihe bravery of Col. Breckin ridge, and declared that the buy knew that such a man was not bad at heart ii- was going on to describe how if Col, Breckfiirklge smiled people said be was a monster; if he looked grave they said he was shamming, but if Miss pof- ! lard laughed, they said "Heboid! Bhe smiles even through a veil of tears,' ' : when Judge Bradley Interposed, saying: "Mr Butterworth, don't you think you had better confine yourself to the evi dence In th- I'.ise? This all what y tu have heard outMde and has no conectlon with the case.' Xt at all nonplussed, the attorney re lied: "Of course, as a ludlHal officer, these things wool l not affect Your 1 Honor, but I want to show what things Influence men's minds." MR. ANDREWS SENSITIVE. I Wasn't Ordered to lend All Refund neyond Ihe i.iKiitahip. Btreet-t 'leaning Commissioner Andrews. I j smarting under the criticisms which fol- lowed his "I have determined" letter to ! the Mayor regarding the dumping of city refuse further ..i;i at sea, baa had his typewriter busy today getting out copies 1 of n second letter to Mayor Cllroy in the latest communication Sir An- drews declared that the Government su- ' pervlsor Of the harbor did not order all I the rltv refuse dumped beyond Sandy Hi ik Lightship. Mr Andrews claims he derided to Bend ull the refuse there, because it 1 Just as cheap a separating the linkable from the unslnkable matter, as provided in the new regulati ns, and in order to stop the stories about the defilement f the har bor by tio Street-Cleaning scows. Mining Blocks, The f Mowing are the closing quota tions of mining Stock! at the ConSOll ii.it- 1 15 x 'h mge to day: Bid Aeke.1. Ill .-ated. An. via- ' ! I ii Crotta 04 lira lo i ena Con , .OU , AilamiCim- 1.1 I mi. chief 10 A.M,t'i ji Mi i an l 10 Heat . lie) .1 d Moultou . 15 Iti.die jo tmtar.o . . .7. ." llulwtr .u iphlr -i - laeece lo .. Ptymi ita . .'.Mi Hrunv ' I Pli It. C 1 I b In., ut It 1 toa UU ( . I t ::. lo lcia . i on - 61 t. i At Va - 7't hfeuft' M ton loeii s.rtiii Nev 1 1 1 1 in - .'i. .... 1 7 "s run i ; .1.45 I. &fl j Bon b . 'i II hlnriii'in' is her ; li aantlggu ,'0 ! 1. r . .'. n . i ,i i in I imki ' 10 l i r r I ,01 r. iSiu! w (-ii M . . ." ' . Ulll H ir t i ii I i ,i Ml Ha e Sor 41 i mi nn 7" I . itaki 11.51 Ward Con .15 III -. ; J in ', J... (et stl lnn Hlvt r . IU Spring Medicine '- i m' to ihor ithlr purify y- ur t ! i if vent that in- 1 fee' Ing, bull i .; t i itervea, era its sn sppetlts, Lovlorsta ihe ki i- 1 1 1 -. Hood's Sarsa pari 11a E SlfSCIll li. .'! Ill r'qillr.ui.nt, that II I, ii... .i Iprios m 11 Ins ii soeomplUlisa .uliUerfui -ur.i wLrrt, olhori. l.ll. It Purifies the Blood And maksa ttaa weak alroDf . llaod'e PtlUcura all liver Ilia, r.Ulournsaa. Jsuudieo, iuoiataatluu, alck Ueadache. UZc, - STDRM AFFECTS WALL STREET Remarkably Dull Owin? to Poor Telegraphic Service. Knrly Koporls from lonlon Hntlirr Knvorablo. Th (IiiIiii-rs nt th" Slock RxohailKS win in!. n. ni. -i to-day by ihe interrup tion i. t-l'Ki ii'hi communications by t hi- Htnrm. The fact that sarly cable news from I.nmlon rcports.1 quotation. for Americans hitfhi r nt 1 hi. 1 csntrs lenileM to ntrentfthen thfl llt. and ilu I.iiIIm also derive. 1 comfort from the Oov t riiinent erop rep.rt for April, whl h ui.H issue-1 nfter business liotir-. yestsr ilnv. The Intter showeil a much better average comlltlon of wheat thnn hail tieen 1'n.ke.l for. In vt-w ,.f the l" -1 mlBtl.- stories pm afloat ourlnK the last two or three week i American Tobacco ro.e 1 1 ' to 90; Delaware A Mimhou i:.to HO; I...,. I 8-1, to 4'). nn. I do pref. 7 h. to M, wh : HiiKr fell 1-2. to W 1-1. I'llleiiKii Oas l-S, lo ill 7 s. Kt l'nul l-l. to i't l-H; Missouri I'aellli- .1-4. to :i'i 1-2. lnirlliu.ton A. Ulllll. y 1-4. to hi 3-4; tleneral Klcctrli 8-8, to Ki 1-S; I.r.nl--viile A Nashville 9 R, to 51 1-4. and Western ITnlon i I. to M I i For the first w.-.-k of April the S! Paul 1 rnnd earned ISn.MA, n decrease of 1124 hi". Texas Pacific, (104.085, .i decrease of I12.4:. aanadlnn Pacific, tlHl.ooo, a de cresse of MS.OOO; International Ureal Northern. $:.7.1S7. n decreiiss of V!4r,; nn. I Vvheellng t l.nk. Brie, :7..'.3u. n decrease of tS.SOO. I Thi net earnings of the Atchison sys- 1 tem fnr Fobruary were 150)1,552, n le erense of (849,600 us compared with hi"t venr The loss In mors earnings wiih I h2R.iii4. t.iit operating expenses v.. re cui down 47.r.B4 1 .liiimermunn fir Porshay me sdvtsed by cable from Paris tint 2.500,000 francs gold hnn lieen uhlpped to them In transit I for Cuba. Kiliwon Electric Illuminating Company I of New York. Ii.'ih declared a quarterly dividend of l l 2 p.-r . .-ni . payable May i Money in excessive supply at i pel ( rent on rail and 2 i :t per eenL on time. FireiKn exchange firm .it 4S7 1-4 for hunkers' 60-day sterling bills mil 4Hhi-j n 4Bh.1-4 for nlKhl The supply or hills j helnir small It .n expected that K"l I will he shipped to Burope by Baturday's ! stenmers. Inn tlius far no engagements are reported. If gull does go H will hud a ledtlng place In I'arls. where ni mey commands better rates than In Lond n or in German). Commercial hnr nllver .ler-ltned tit 62 S-8. while Mexican ilnllnrs rose to Dl 12 In London bur silver fell off 1-8 to 2h 2-4-1 per ounce. The sentiment expreus.-d nt the flen eral Klictrlc annual meeting yesterday wan thnt the moil feasible way to cor net the Impairment ..f capital stock Is to reduce the same In the maimer pre scribed by law The motion made by C. H. coster, of Drexel, Morgan A Co., empowering the Hoard of Directors to cull a special meeting nf the stockhold- ' ers for this purpose was construed as being Indicative of the ruling si ntlln.nl I of the management. The supposition is that ns soon as th.- Company Is In posi tion to resume dividends the special meeting authorized will be railed The Master's report In the Richmond tb iiunvinc i.r .insure sun was pre sented to the United States IMrciill I'.nirt which convened nt Baltimore yes terday. It Is expected till- decree of foreclosure will be granted to-day or to morrow While the volume of business In slocks wan exceedingly small the temper of speculation was bullish, and prices ad van 1 right through the list on light offerings. The absence of pressure .if long stock was tnk.-n advantage .f to secure better figures for both the bill ing shares and the specialties. Trading nt the Slock Exchange contin ued iieht up to th.- close, but pile i con tinued to move up The industrials were III" l pi.'llllll.lli. I .'nil. . ii i.n.- .ii--. ... IM 3-4. Sugar and Lead moved up 1 a 11-2. The railway shares scored moder ate gains, and speculation left off strong There was a brisk Inquiry for the Clovernmenl new 5s to-day, with sales up to lis 1-4 It Is slated thnt .me I it of (1 600,000 was taken al private sale Handy A llarman will ship 100,000 mini es of silver, and Nesslage, Colgate A i'o. ixumn ounces on the steamship I-'uerst lUsmnrck, sailing to-morrow. The sales of stocks were !i7.7o" shares In the unlisted department B.J00 shares of Sutrar and 5,100 Lead were traded In. Cloning .( in. i a i loos. (r"'i HlKh Lew. Clot. Am.r Tut) H", III", I1 HI", Am-r T..1. nf 101 IM 101 101 AniT S.,,ar Itrf Ms. J, n;i, HP, Amir Sugar lief, pf Msi MO., n HI Aratr rotten oil .... 114 .ii'j ji'- ms Amrr rotten Oil pf 71 7! 73 71 Alrh . Tcp & S.inl. Ke S 15 If IS Com a nolo 13'. nn, ii', no, L'blrago Qu C7i, "i fii. fi:"i, I'hlr. Ilur yulny lis. Ml. !, Ma trbla Nortliw.it ion', lnnsj 100V. nm, hie . Mil & SI- P..... 6P, Cl i'..'. t, i hie . Mil & St r pf.. mi. 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Minting Why sot Lansing Don't you know a cat bus nine Uvea - . - Chamber maid g Cen obtain situation by Inaertlng advt In The World, au words for sol It cuts, wtsik da or Buuday. REILLT'S LIFE IS UT STAKE. Man Who Killed Michael Mat thews to Be Tried for Murder. I.'eg.llneil Ills RtaiOfl Willie I oilfllicil In MattcaiTnn Asylum. 1 Tlmnui Kellly, who ha." be. n In the Matteawan Insane Asylum for Criminals 'in e May last. Will be brought to tills city to-morrow by lctectlve-8ergeant (mi tlerlchten to stand trial in an In dl 1 1, on! charging him With the murder ..r Michael Matthews. i m Much ll, l-.c, Itellly and Mat thi ws rot Into u row In a lumber yard nt Seventy-fourth street an l Avenue A. They . ame to blows, and lb Illy finally shot his opponent In the temple. Thi Injured man was removed i the Presbyterian Hospital, where he died nine days later. I Kellly was Indicted by the Grand Jury for nniid.r in the first degree, and when arraigned before Judge Cowing entered a plea of not guilty. He subsequently wlthdr-w that plea and pleaded Insanity, Ur. Charles A. liana, who was up pointed by the Court to examine Rellly, ! n ported thai In hits opinion the mnn had I full possession of his reason at the time of the commission -f the crime, but af terwards became Insane He was removed to the Hudson River Slab Hospital, nt Poughkeepsle, and was later transferred to Matteawan. I.asi week Supi II V. Allison sent n I letter to the District-Attorney, In which he stated ihnt Kellly has i n restored , to his reason At the Instance of An sisiant District-Attorney Mclntyfe n warrant was Is- uel and placed in Detec tive Vmi i lerl.lit.-n's hands for execu tion Iteiiiy will be tried in th- Oeneral Sessions. HIS STATURE SAVED HIM. Fury I liini.K i iii.,.ii Wiifl Too Short t. Btrlko Gnrveyt Vlncemo Crappa, un ltii;in, who was s,ii I to have Hgurecl In the rloi In "Ml tie Italy' 'it. Mnn!, is, whs actultted by a Jury Iti Part III "f tli" General 8eslona to-Oay on a charge of aasaultlng Police man Michael Garvey, r the Twenty eighth Precinct, The evidence against Crappa was not very strong nn-i the lury had only the tpientlon of Identity to decl u , Tin defendant wlio Is not over r f-r-t (all. swore that h- was not among the crowd of peace disturbers and said he had remained In tils mums until the trouble had suhsldt 1 The lury in !. liberating i-n the evidence come ti the conclusion that frappa was too shori a man t strike the poilci man In tho face and rendere I a verdict of i 't guilty. FOUR IN A SALOON FIGHT. ( omplaltit W'ttn ol I'renNeil and A(4iinim1 i-re DlamlHseils mas J. McDermott a sa,1oon-keeper of ii.j Fourth avenue, Brooklyn, and his bartender, James Donnelly, were ar raigned before Justice Tlghe In the But ler Street Police Court, Brooklyn, this morning on the charge of assault, The complainants, leorge frelghton, of 099 Degraw street, ami Michael Bax- : ter, of H2 Port Greene place, Ul not pr Bs tin- charge and tin- accused were dismissed. Act ordlng to the police reports, Crelghton and Haxter, while drinking In McDermott's place, nuar relied with McTJermotl and a rough and tumble light followed. WHEAT AND COTTON LOWER. : learn Have Rrerthlnfj Their Own Way TIiIn Morulnu The bears had everything their own way on the Produce, Cotton and Coffee Exchanges this momlng. There was a drop of al "it l ;: Be. here and over 2c. In Chicago in wheat, the mat kit opening at 943-Sc, for May. and then falling ri idly to 63 38c. on a bearish construction of the Government report, A great deal of short wheat was put out. nnd there was also free selling for long account by sorne traders who bought heavily last week In the oxpeetatloii of a Mg ad vance. Corn and oats were about steady, hut not materially chi aged. Cotton opened about 3 points lower on an unexpected decline in Liverpool, May si-IUiii; at the call at 7.51 a 7.62, and after wards at 7 47. making a decline during the forenoon of 7 points Receipts at the P-.rls to-day estlnuit'-d at 6,;iUi) bales, against 4.819 last year, Coffee was Irregular at the opening at a decline nf 10 points on April, an ad Vance of ja points on December, with Other months from 6 points lower to ii .mints hlirher. WANTS TO He THE BOOKS. Wuii,,-.- Applies for a Mnndamns. nntl I Ire let I on In It mm nl. Application was made to Justice Hea.'h in Supreme Court Chambers to-day. by counsel for Jos( ph Walker, jr.. n stock holder of the Toledo, Ann Harbor A Northern Michigan ita ii road Company r.-r a writ of mandamus to compel Daniel C. Tate, the stock transfer agent of the Company, 40 allow Walker to ex amine the books before the annual elec- ' tlon which n ill occur n April iv. at I Toledo The application was opposed on the 1 group 1 thai Ageut Tate is not an em tdoyee of tht 1 tnpany, but Is employed by the receivers, ..t. 1 also on the ground thai Walker ts a stockholder 'f a rival company tint wishes to obtain control of the Toletlo, Ann Harbor & Northern Uallron t Judge Beach reser'ed decision. IU-iiit-11 .'li an I mlirrlla. P im 1' 1 1 hn '. t" Mien utr, t. 4 9 held by J aii 1 1 K In Uia Kwn? Market Pollct ! I'onrl 1 -i.i f.'i x -n a chars -f aauult Ing lh 1 m l.i v. ..f :. Pony th ?-t r t Tt .M in lailon ind . larrell 1 la, nlyh) nvcr hitalnei mattri rVht n hrokc an um . l.ra-ila ti I . - ! . .i I I.M)' M)'l the .itaMttilt w :i rummltiwil It hunt provi at Ion, nn-i Cohan ) ha 1 1' r. 1) ictvU in w l( left naa llcKmir Ilrinifk unit Alunle. M K f ..: I ' m ; )i Etttlfl vtrr h SfB , tn -a i" lha laland (or ! monthi. tiy Juatlca ! . ) in th gaaaj 4rk" p ii Court, UMliy. I Thi ir nk laai nlihi and abuaod ptdta irlana lo thi i wrrj who rtfuMd to furnish mosay t i then With wt: h I K' t -1 ink 7. ltrnUe.mi n RtSilllieil In s rnrune. Ii) .-. i.t'. 1 Pn 11 ) jVHAfTdK . April 11 Two Writ Sbora RaI 1 .1 irnkrunti, Itlrbard Hoblnaon and .1 bn Panllnf, Into mi iltarcatlon ii ntitht. mil lha t rmT re a knlfa ir 1 itil 1 lianllni In tba left Uaitt Thar i ansll h.pj of banling ra ovary h : n bat not brcn vupturfxl rot, Delninr Intiont Poationril. 1 ''oronfr e- thli morninc 1 -jntil a . 'r. r: '11 Sturdiy tht in, Hfti to inqutr Into 1 th nun of iVn dtath of John Dt'roir mtio j ibot :.! Wi.-.-l by "Uull" Por on March 24 lint. In Hunt a sIood. t Stvtnty-nlntb meet .11. . Second vtnua Arrested In a Salt for fKM. Willlim M: hifi.nu of HI Eaat Oaa Hun dred nnd Twenty fifth atraat. has bn lodfad tn th Ludlow sties-i Jail lo nn action brought against htm by Oaorg Oaantrteh nad Henry Von Ilreman. to rerovar 104 The nature of the ra.; da aat aeas In Utt KSexs la laa SSar- ir a eatoa. SSJlMaaaSJIBai 'GOSSIP OF THE TORF. Proposed Match Between Domino and Croker's Dobbins. Number Entered in Each Stake at Coney Island. Probable Judge Burke win do with the Now Jockey Club. Itlrhnr'l f'rt.'ker wniitf. to mnteh his ...it Dobbins against Janus it. Keene's black wonder. Domino. The pair met ln7i Knll us twii-yeur-ul'lH nn.l made the most sensational raee of the yen-, a ( .Un. 1 heat was the r.-fuit. and that was 1. 11 ur OS uny horse came to heutliiK the Keene colt during the m-ason. Mr. t'roker said yesterday that he was will lim tn run that dead heat off. ami wan wining to bet nny amount of money ii the match. Mr. L'roker was sur roundod i a number of train. -rs und reporters, and lie may have been In that mood terme.i "Jollying." it is prob able, however( that Mike Dwyer would bet 110,000 or JL'ii.iKfi that Dubbins can beat Domino Regarding the latter, It was said lust year by many of the ex perts that he would not stand training 1 this season. He Is, however, doliiB very I well under Billy lakeland's watchful care, anil perhaps a match may be made. It Is almost too much to hope for. ... The Coney Island Jockey Club an nounces that its stakes have received the following number of entries: .Subur ban, :,2: June Handicap, SH; Zephyr. 78. Si'iliiK. 7i. June. TS; Vernal. 71; Swift. 6'.'; Spindrift, 43; Daiay, OS; Pansy, 63; Urass Inaugural, IJj Plight, 16; Septem ber. 20; Autumn. 7.",, riutl-ush. II, and Great Eastern Handicap, 4;,. in the Suburban, It is said, that all the well known cracks are entered. Senator Ormly Is ul.e, entered. This sterling colt Will hnv a grand chance under the care ful bands of Matt Byrnes, None of the four-year-olds Is of much account, and .1 good three-year-old miiv break all precedents and win the bl event. ... The new Jockey Club has made a mr tloulurly happy ideation in offering Joseph J Hurks the position of presid ing judge of the race tracks under Its Jurisdiction. Probably no racing officii commands so much of the 1 steem and confidence of race-goers as Judge Burke, and. It Is safe to hhv, that no better man could be selected. Mr. Burke has engagements at Washington and Sara toga, but It Is probable that he will iititaln a release In order to accept the new place. ... Clifford, the choice of the Westerners in the Brooklyn Handicap, Ir on his way K.ist. ... Dobbins covered a mile. Sims up, In 1.56 yesterday. ... It Is said that James V. Caldwell will be offered the iwisltlon of starter by the n, 9 Jockey 1 'lub. ... Harrison ha-i reduced to 123 pounds, an 1 says he will have no difficulty In riding AJdX at US pounds. ... Chris Smith refuses to start Yn Tam ilian In the proposed sweepstakes at Cumberland P.irk. and In all probability the race will fall through. ... M. P. Dwyer was asked yesterday for Ills opinion on the Brooklyn Handicap. "I am such 11 poor ffuesser at these big handicaps." he replied with a laiiKh, that I hardly care ti express an opin ion. If Clifford la the horse they sav he Is. then Clifford ought to win. Ed Corrlgan tells me he is a really great horse. Then there are AJax and Sir Wal ler, and you know what a dangerous horse sir Walter Is. I don't fancy Don Alonxo, He may win. but 1 don't think he will. It looks to me to be a very 1. pen race." ... i 'wing to a terrible snowstorm yes terday Byron McClelland did not start from Lexington for Sheepshead Bay With his strliiK until noon to-day. He took Henry of Navarre, will ironao and I'ondiillne. besides the good two-year-old Hanover -Julia I., colt Halma. and nine other promising youngsters. CHARGED WITH PERJURY. 1'iiullltt Levy Arren.tMl nn lit Warn About tn i,iriir on ilir Ktutxe. Henry Levy, a young pugilist of Troy, who was arrested while preparing to K'i on the Htage for a boxing bout at Miner's Theatre last week, waa exam iiifil before United Staten Commissioner Bhlelds this afternoon. Levy is charged with having commlt tnil perjury in the trial of a Mrs. Brooks, of Troy, for selling liquor With" OUt a Government license. Levy, It Is alleged, swore that he had purchased liquor In Mrs. Hrooks's place On a certain date; but the Federal offi cers subsequently discovered that he Miis in London at the time. The principal witness for the Govern ment was United States Commission er K. U. Townsend, Of Troy, before whom Mrs. B rooks was examined and Levy testified. ECZEMA0N LIMBS. How a M.KHtounry Kuffrrrtl, Death Only Kellef Kxpoctud, Speedily Cured by Cutlours 1 have been troubled with chronic Pcietneon m limbi The luhlnii was vry imuoylii and niadi im until foi M'Ork, 1 li ttied m.iny fp'ini-i.i. h nm! rontulted a u tod phyilclan, win proieribed fr ineiiliiD niuiitbn witli iwi nrrmu nt nl n!.' I. I k '' " Ci"' W mne and worft 1 ., ii wouiii imvt- been a relief, nud tt whs ihe only rellul I expecieJ. lutt then my w'tiv i tiutnk (lod for o good one in 1 1 ni tin- book you ,,( tu Mune outol the wny pliuv mid r.-Htl It llirniiKti wia n - (i..i-.: .1 ihe tttendlni nhyl cnin hu'1 Uud We WOUld try the -i m i it BpfBili ' I bessn i IISI them ' ai-iit (he mlri'lb-nt lust Aiuiiit. priK-.iihi u nt n tupply w 'hen ise Hrei vrastshviuiied, i an now Kill ..I . itttcad tu my nilH-akuiurv work, I '' aeeretsrj i the suiiivtm county Hihie ftoctety portrait loeleesd), ne rsen Dnsaced in nihv h'i nary work in ibe oouuty ivrrightft'i, yeera To reooinmen I thi- i'ithiha RfcifKuim foil teiiiiK bunoanltv win be purt of my inllilnnary "mi. In the iutun. Hev. mason i.h.i.k.spif:, y. o. iiox ii. Moii..nii Hulll van Co., n. y. CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS. The alrOOt mtrertilnin euree dally eirnrtetl by Diet lie cm Ili.'iM'ii" prove I hem tu lie the great eet skin oiirrtt. MiihI nurltlerM nml Ininmr i ifint'.iii h ever ooupuundea. Nn NtAtf-imut u is'. cctiiMii! them not JuollHodhv ihe N(rniieHt i evidences lv.ipu-In every walk f llreuattatm nml i.'. .-iiimt'iiii iii. in Tbflr wonderliil ponu larMv kii1 le an- tlue tu the ciir elTertetl by Iheni. aii'l thin lathe sioa utatantlal evi.ic-ire of in Ir .-utadve value Fain greater than the roni Dined mUuh of all other blood and nkiu reiuetltea. i Hold throughout the world. Price, ffTuraA. ' m . . SoAf, 30c. : Rkholvkst. 91. Pottcb Dai o ; anpCukm. Coar. , Sde 1'roprtetom. Boton. ajT'lIow toCureHkinUheuea." roatlad tree. D I ll 1' ! . hPk bd rod, rough chapped llrn aud oily kin cured by Ci ticcb a HoAr. i tm BACK ACHE, KIDNEY PAHS f Wakknaaa, Horanna. Lavmanaaa, hi rain SSy and eavlna rrlle.rd ! aalaiMr lr Lzjihe CMtrarm A,a-aaJ rtawta-r. wf nmesslOaalrsis-kllllscsAsalss. BaSBBSeVMBM I NEW YORK OFFICB. j JOHN II. UOODItt'Itr, eeaW IHIIlltT.II,'ll.l. II, V IMMTITUTKi v 9 taa hkkt 4ei ht., Till-: LAROMT M'ho Is It r RRTADt.MH.1fBNV j in i ii . nil in DKVOTBD TO TIIEAT1XJ bKIN AM) Kf'AI.P DtMBAMBH AM) RBMOVtWO facial BLmttMHM. RBtltTI.AR ItBOISTIItBO PnVMIt'IAMS WHO ADAPT TUB TltKATSIENT TO T1IK IMIIVIDt'AI, CONOtTtONH. COsri,TTtftN FREE. I'Alil, OR WRITE IF VOf IIAVK Aene. ".'.,i rlliinii. Heir, 'iiiipl. '. I ii II I iiu Miilr, l-ezrmu, A Reil ni.e, lii 'I'll lilt. A i'nu Ni.-e, I i" LI'S Onl, liuuiiiiH I ur.. M..I. -.. lteil .in-.. W ill I., Mil Hi lliirli., WeMSf Powder Hurl.., Civil., Tut re.. .Hark., Menrn, ninekhrndn, 1'illi.iu-.. A l.nrae llnulli, U I liil.l. . Iliirhrr.' ll, ll. StlV eisflcuremsnt oriH.eaae. mark or Imperfee. tlnn on, In nr under the akin nr aeojp. Over ll.lHltl ilWenae. nnd lnierfeetlnn. of the akin treated hy IleR-iilnr Itearialered HpsriSllStS, who ailnpt tllS Ireannent to the Indlvl.luol eonditlon. Psll or SSUfl 10c. for 1MI page hook on akin and SCSlp Sflfecttonsi sent SSslSd to any addre.a: with It yon Will gst free n aumple of Wnmlhiiry ' t'ai lal Soup, a niedlehinl, antiaepllc toilet aoap lor the akin, aenlp and COMiplSXIOrli It enitioillea na f.-ir BSSIISpCSII the prewervlng, heatlna. aoolhtng ele ments for the akin that 2.1 year.' praetleal ex perience Ireiillinr the akin haye prny.n moat henrtlrlal. liriiBKl.ta everywhere aell It; 3 cake fnrfl.un. JOHN ll. WOODBURY. DBRMATOLOMICAL I'STITI'TE, Bstnbllshed I'JA West I2il Hi.( N. V. IK TO. II Winter Ml., Hunt mi. HAS THE RUNAWAY HABIT. A lO-Yenr-GId Hoy irtth n Record of a Score of Ailventarea. Oorlfrey r-stello, ten years oM. who, ac cordlns; to the statements of his parent?, who live at 270 Central avenue. Jersey City Heights, has run away from home nearly a score of times, won taken to Jefferson Market Court again this morning. .Six times officers of the Gerry Society have taken young Godfrey In charge and he told Justice McMahon if he was Hent 1 buck to St. .1 iseph's Home, in Jersey City, where his father has repeatedly placed him. he would run away again. i He alleged that his father beat him. ' but that was proved to be untrue. A cltlsen found him last night nar pier 16 ESaat River, at the foot ol Fulton street, and took him to i'. dice Headquarters, He "as turned over to the Gerry Society pending an Investigation. RAWS0N TWINS MISSING. Until Granilaona of Actreaia Laura Keene anil Helm In Iter KMnte. Hil.I.r.nAI.E. N. J., April 11 Albert and Alpheus Rawson. the fifteen-year-old twin boys of A. I.. Hawson, a well known artist Of tills place, disappeared from home early Tuesday morning and have not been seen or heard from since. The boys were away from home all day Monday, and came home about 11 o'clock, after all the folks In the house were In bed. and arose early on Tuesday mornlne before any one was up. The boys mother Is the daughter of 1. 1 ui:i Keene, the actress, who was on the stage at the time of the shooting of President Lincoln. The boya are heirs to their grand mother's estate. CHILD BURIED ALIVE. Mm- Hud 11, -en Found Apparently lien. I In Her Ilerl. (Py Aaaoclated Pre.. ) PIOUX PITY. la.. April 11. A few clays ago a fifteen-year-old daughter of J. I.ucklsh, ft nohemtan, living at Oreseo. I had a tooth pulled, and an anaesthetlc I wa administered durlnK the operation. The next morning she was found appar- I ently dead In bed. i The following day she was burled. Two or three days later the grave was opened and It was found that she had. as was feared, been burled alive. 1 The glass In the coflln was broken to : fragments. The body lay face downward 1 and was In a condition of fearful contor I tlon The hands were cut and blood stained an 1 the hair torn out. SUES FOR $10,000 DAMAGES. Trot,, m Son Wim Run Over nnd 1..--I nn Arm. The suit of Samuel M. Trotcky against the Forty-second Street and Grand Street Ferry Rallroud Company, to re- i cover $10(000 damages for Injuries sus tained by his son Charles, n minor, was . begun before Justice lngraham, In the the Supreme Court, to-day. In July. 1S91. Trotcky an 1 his son we.-e crossing the Company's track at the (corner Of Madison and Qoerck streets, when one of the cars knocked the child down and ran over his arm. necessitat ing Its amputation. Trotcky was the first witness, and told minutely of the , accident. IBOY DIES OF HYDROPHOBIA. lie Waa Bitten by a Mad lint on March 12. (Dy A..vlat.,1 r-rea, ) BBRNITZ, Pn-. April II. Raymond McFa.rlS.ltd, the little son of Scott Mc Farland. died Monday night of rabies. He was severely bitten on one cheek by a mad dog on March 12. Buffered severely from the wound and was seized with hydrophobia last Saturday. A Symptom of Lots. .From tba Doaton Tranarrlpt ) He They are not on speaking terms, you know. She Why, they are dead In love with each other. He For that reason they don't spesk; they Just sit snd gaie at each other. Is, Indue. (From T.aa, Slftlnia.) stranger la the cashier In? Janitor (emphatically) Yes, sir. "Can I sea him?" "Yes, sir. Visiting hours at the Jail from I to I every afternoon " Uwq. C Fun On. . ot 14th . . est la all taa BARGAINS. Furniture & Carpets Pr Don't fall to vi Elegant Ston, $g 00 i Complete for LONG CREDIT GIVEN, Just Think I sr-r This Handsoim iT!Ih Dining Table Sg 50 OJW Everything for Housekeeping, eefe This pretty 8-din mlf Clock, strikes hour pill I ,nd l''alf hour ; 50 15 JBBSIv cathedral Gong, L J. BAUMANrTft BR0., 1313 to 1315 Third Ave., Bet. 75tli and 76th Sffl. Tf.TII ST. KI .KVATKH IIR. OR f'AIII.K CARS. 1 '(.. 11 i-Hlunla8 till 10 V. M. Andrew Lester's Sods WANT MONEY. DlflflOM TION OF PAHTMillSIlII'. The flnest ITOCk of 1'iirntt nre. CiiipPlFi, Hugs, MstttniK, ever offered nt forest) ). NO TRAHII IN oi'K BTOKE8, No better ROOdl rim lip made than OtllS, Kvery Article Is marked '2" to U8ttj psr cent em than it ran be purchased for elsewhere, Every piece of furniture guaranteed. Entire stock selected for the Spring; trade. These nn- simple but forcible itatemente. The proofs of which are marked on a thousand plecesof well-made and artistic furniture. Our show rooms ure unsurpassed in our city. Goods can be delivered when wanted. Andrew Lester's Sons tail tM.I ST1I AVE. . B.VT1I ANIl B6TH STH. A FIRST-CLASH HOl'SK UN writ AVK. BVILDINQ FOR RKT. TO SEE C0RBETT OFF. FrlrmlH (linrter n Tag to Go Down the Day with Hints with bifida playing, frien-is cheering and a big; tug ur an honorary escort, Champion James J. Corbett will leave America's shores to-morrow to conquer Albion. He siiiiK in the Fnerst Bis marck, which leaves the dock ut North I Second Htreet, Hoboken, at 10 A. M. On the lilst he opens at the Drury Lane Theatre. London, appearing on a stags . famous for Its glorious memories. Some 'persons think Corbett will be nagged by Jackson 'nto lighting before he returns I to America. However that may be. the j champion Is going simply as an actor I boxer. He thinks he will win the Eng j lish people. j The friends who have chartered a tug t and who will wish him God speed are I numerous, the most prominent being Al Smith. George welty, will Mccon nell, John H. Springer, H. K. Flske, J. Peacock. Jack Hnynfen and Peter t'arv. Jim is oonndent bis trip will be a finan cial success, and says the show he will appear in will be on the grandest scale. JUDGE COWING ILL I nnlil.. to Attend Court To-Dnj- B rntiar of n Severe Col.l. OwlriB to the Illness of Judge Rufus B. Cowing. Part I., of the General Si-p-slons, was adjourned this morning unci the pleadings of the prisoners were taken by Judge Martlne, In Part III. Judge Cowing was able to attend to his Judicial duties yesterday, and was I apparently In good health. Word was 1 received by clerk Hall this morning that the Judge had contract!. .1 a heavy .old last nlglit and was unable o leave his house. Judge Cowing'!! son, Edward Klrk- j land Cowing. Is very low with pneu monia. He was a member of the Feb ruary i Iran, 1 Jury, and caught cold during the visit of the grand Inquisitors I to Hlm kwell's Island. Inflammatory rheumatism set In. and the cold finally developed into pneumonia. I Judge Cowing resides at 13S East Seventy-eighth street. MUST GIVE BONDS FOR TRIAL. ..- a-lia.-ia Allowed ':l ll. .urn to Pro duce lloiidsmeu. Judge McCarthy, in the City Court, this morning allowed Charles Oerlach 1 twenty-four hours In which to give ! bonds for the payment of the $i".0 line for his failure to appear In supplemen tary proceedings. Col. James, counsel for CJerlach. said that the bad weather rendered It Im- posslble for one of the bondsmen to appear. Judge McCarthy said the mat- iter must be settled to-morrow. Mr. Oerlach is the proprietor of the I Hotel Oerlach In West Twenty-seventh street, ll it. Kirk & Co., of i Fulton streeti hold a Judgment against hlm for ' $1.:J for ll'iuors furnished the hotel. Mr. Oerlach any! he owes very little I money nnd can pay all hl.i creditors In I full. He charges Kirk ft Co. with a de sire to annoy hlm and make the matter as public as possible. LAWYER MOSHER'S FUNERAL Two iiuiiiii.il Member of tbe . nil.. .lie Club Preaeut. The funeral of Lawyer Joseph V. Mosher was held from St. Francis Xavler's Church at 10 o'clock this room- Ing. A solemn requiem muss was cele brated by Father t'ampbell. The Hoard of Managers of the Catholic Club, of which the deceased was one of the founders, acted as pall-bearers They were Joseph F Tharon. J. a. O'Keefe, Frank Tnvere. A. J. O'Keefe, Andrew Couch. Joseph Owens and Judge Palv. About two hundred members ot th Catholic Club attended In a body. The Interment was In Calvary. Ilepobllcan. Win In Lockport. (Bf AaaoclalKt I'rraa I I LOCKPORT. N. T.. April 11 Jamas Atwat.r. lha Rapubllcaa caadldaU for Mayor, was lMld ISSaKai bj saaJerHi ol 11, alltr on. at tk. , satiaet sskta la it, blator. ot tba cltr. Il.ptib- i lloass .l.ci St. oat ot aia AlSamaa. la Ik. tows sf Wssailsls. u walok MorU TOaawaaia BjtfSjlMBMBSSSSSSSSStt MMakBHBlBSBBBBBBBBBJJSaBBBBaBBJBSaBBfJBBBB ALL THIS WEEK, fihst QUALITY GRAY ENAMELLED STEEL WARE AT '4 REGULAR PRICES. Hnml Hasina 19c Colanders 29c Sanco Pans I6c Tea Kettles 64C Coffee and Tot Pots 44c And 100 other items just as cheap, W' r A.";riiTr;oaJN J 1 Sporting. U Li '-C j it Your dpar oabii ter ! - ' moneyput iMt tti'TS.'WK, V each day will '.'.; hW& 'J' II buy youthebest -ZZKP-I bicycle In Amer. "a7 JV-rrLpi lea to-day, and C' --W i ' that ls ,he Spa1' 'i- li&m ls Its sruarantee Throw your cigars away and obtain health and recreation by riding a bicy cle that has merit. We are selling the spal Jim; at 33 cents a day. It is a great scheme. You own the bicycle and don't feel yorself paying for It. Then we have Credendas at 23 cents a Jay. Call and have our easy payment plan explained. A. G. SPALDING & BROS., 243 BROADWAY, 126-128-130 NASSAU STREET. ltrooklyn Stnrr, 211 Flalbunh Avrnue. I'plU.VIl nil, 1775 liinii-l vviAy. M E3CYCLE BARGAINS. f nftAND-MBW II I' s 11 liltAHK. 4" KACIL I Lolol VlcroBS, COLUMBIAM. ItALBIOHs.Ca, i . i '." .. '. n 1 III A 1 IS V. ISSlG ni. A .!'. 1'nrk place. ll CASH PAID. I -saaar say ass -saas . - a- UAMBKAfl AM m f-- -- LBNMBM llitiiKhi 1 K!. ---Jl forCAWI. 1 flr-'F ' UH l.araali.H In New i i Illllf'tSgSS? n n '' f'-orifl-Iland J illlllillT5F--ltAl smeiss sod Loniss, M 1 IIIIIwWnI 4x5 iiandcam. I ilmVJ IKVN.I.lsTl, 1 V fsTHBBpjPI Kilt SlO.dO. I V-TVT. LsmM. No. 1, l,- N S2 Nn. 2. i BO, nKV Pr.ATBa 4x5. .jO.'.i .x7.iMr. A full nnortmsat nf Cnt'inlcul's mill t7upplla& I Print Ins snd developing; bend 4-rent stamp im .aitruetor sndcstevlosns in i i oi. hi k a imiM. un. (., .'.I i iiii.i' .: N. V... .)' . ; i .!'. ut Hm:i.i hV. 'ii iituBteil the Dttnocritl elrrfp.l but three ro- . rt Mates. This Ir the first time In twcnty-elrW )uars the town has :. a) . .nt-K ;. ;,,.t.;;. jl SAYS HE IS COL HEATH. 1 A Convict In louii Allesrca He Is a Hrru of i.tiiM-liurn, i ANAM08A, la., April 11. A convict now confined in the Anamoia Penitenti ary claims he is the Pol. Heath who ! commanled Heath's division of Hill's corps at the battle of Gettysburg. He I describes accurately all the manoeuvres i of the battle, as s.-t forth In the official records f the War Department. There I Is scarcely :wspnt on his body six Inches Bquare that naa not an army wound. If he Is round to he what he claims a ' I pardon will ! asked for hlm from the President hy his friends, He is seventy years old, and he and his son are In ' prison for three years for stealing cattle. SUYDAM'S WILLPR0BATED. ltelntl I- Vn ii.tunre thnt Tliey Wilt 11 Appeal. il SurniKiite Ahhott. of Ilrooklyn, to-day fl arlniltte.l the will of the late Adrian M. 1 Buydam to probate, Buydam dieii in 41 ! California early In January, leaving an SI estate valued at about 1600,000, prlnel- J pally to strangers. Pour nlecei contest- U e-l the win on the ground of undue In- I fluence and Incompetency. a I There were several minor bequests to I i charitable ami rellalous Institutions, and I n few bequests to relatives. Lawyer I fieorge r. Elliott, who appears for the I contestants says an appeal will be taken. 1 JOHN GRAHAM BURIED.. D j Recorder Imyth nt the Fnneral o the I.iiTyer. 1 I The funeral of Lawyer John Graham I was held from the Marble Collegiate ji Church at 11 o'clock this morning. The weather served to ke-p many persons M away. Rev, Dr. DavM J. Htirrell offl- j elated. There were no pallbearers. The hymn;: BUng Were "Dead. Kindly Light," and "Nearer, My Qod, to Thee." Among those present were Recorder Bmyth, L. Appleton, winiam UeCor mark. Nathaniel Jarvls, Samuel 8. Wood. AdolphUS D, l'ope. I). Morgan HUdreth, Augustus Hoffman, James D. McClellan. The Interment was in Oreen-wood, 1 nruly Ii-.-imIii Kostt In n UoDgcon. (Hy AtSMlstSal rresi.) CHIOAQO, A.ril ll I'aink E PreiMeritBat la In a dtinseon aKJln. While rTeinlemakt waa tukiiiK hit, ncrclM in thti torrldor ysslsrssf seatt'i (.:, in n rbalr trlonglng to Ouard Smith. The latter tn.J hlm that thli waa aijidtiMt th- rules, aii'. after nt.rne wo Ma. f'ren (I'TKimt atr .. k tht- guard a rloloui Mow. For punliamcat b ii -i in ibi dusgaos, srbsfi i I will i .' Iii ,ii i, Mil he ttgiee to In have hlm v If Severn Ten Okie Wllllll Is Dead. (Ily ASBSSlStsd Preaa. nALTIMORR. April 11 -Severn Teaehle Wa.HU died at 12 2 o clock thla morning of Bright dlaeaaa. Mi. WslllS aa bom tn llaltlmore Sept. I. ISIS In i-v he aa StBt to Madrid by tae I nit.-1 Statea Government to examine the title to th inn !'.- Ian ia in Laet Florida, aa tb-y ' er afterted I v Rnyal patenta mad In the courea of the negotlatlona for the tieaty o( 1119- Obituary-. (By Aaaoclated Preaa.) WAVERLT. la . April U Dr. Qonrga T. , Watta. lb oldeat rtatdant of Ifala rounty. died at bla home In Tripoli laat night. He waa bora tn England May 6. ISM. HOWARD, Kan. April 11. N. Momma, Sromlnent banker aad Democratic polttlcle 14 st sis Hsae sans Issf night, aged aUij-ura SSSJBJ aSaSaWsafjSasaSaearaaiiif.MMsaiTaaM