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L& tealM Books OpenJoAlL,' . " Cfrctxfatioa ,Boos Opefl to All', . ' SvjB E; PRICE ONE CENT. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER I 1894. , PRICE OJNeTcENB NIGHT t EDITION m a. I DIVVER FARCE I . GOES OVER. f For Lack or Witnesses tbe t Trial Is Adjourned to Next Friday. j UOTEI BlLmiflCULTlES. 1 A Beoond Eecess Taken to En- foroe the Serving f ? " Subpoenas. I' COULDN'T FIND TEKULSKY. w IW' j Ex.Surrogate Rqllins Promises to 4r: , Produce Him at tho Next -rV fW, Hearing. S Wim The farc,cal tr,al 0( Police Justice Dlv- rw ver wa contlnued In the Court of Com- LjV; mon Pleas this morning. Bt 7 At 10.35 the court was called to order, ';' -tld at once Lawyer Hale arose Ri'J "1 have no funds. If the Court please," I r he said, "to carry on this case, and I - ask the Court o direct the Dlstrict-At- WiA "' torney to serve the subpoenas. I served Wl'i t the attachment on the Sheriff at 9.10 this r morning, calling for the body of one of Eg , our witnesses, Terence, Kenny (Tekul- p sky's bartender), but the Sheriff wants K 4 ft ST before doing anything. I" Btf "Oh, I'U pay the HH," cried ex-Sur-'FS&ytl&r?, rU Rollins, land let ,ttla-farce o I: fll- Isjn. v w "7 sej Jf ' TB1ENCB KKNKT. B i rrbi disappearing witness.) KV This staggered Lawyer Hale, and In Wh the midst of It Terence Kenny called out MV'i that ns wab ln court 'which caused 1. laughter. K- Lawyer Hale then told about his futile H t attempts to serve Tekulsky, and called L f the tatter's bartender, Edward Bur- 1 roughs, who was present ln the saloon H last eveninr. He questioned Burroughs, B but the inter evaded telling where H, Tekulsky was, or, in fact, anything K . about him, K Under cross-examination by Mr. Rol- HW Una, Burroughs caused a laugh by aay ttW ' ing that Mr. Hale had never served HVt i Kenny with a subpoena at all, but had H Instead served It by mistake on a re- B Jiorter who happened to be In the store. B. Mr. Hale was tired, but looked more B So when the smiling Kenny advanced BV and said lie was willing to be sworn. BX "Is that the man you served?" asked B9 Mr, Rollins, derisively. B "No," replied the Brooklyn lawyer, BX r blushing, "It U not " Bx Kenny at once disappeared ln the BS crowded court-room, and an Instant Bf later when his name was called, he B't 'could not be found. B) Every one In court roared with laugh- Bl ter, while Lawyer Hale got furious. He BtL' said a trick had been played on him. 7 Y Mr. RoAlns replied that Kenny had a BX''' right to leave the court-room, as he un- B7 ' derstood Mr. Hale did not want him. V ' , .While Mr. Hale was talking Terry H. " Kenny again entered the court. He wus k, a bartender for Tekulsky at the time of M the latter's row with Dlvver, but Is not MM now. He testified that Dlvver occasion- K ally ftequented Tekulsky's saloon. He MMf saw him there the day of the alleged MW. assault, but beyond that he knew nothing. h- Bartender Burroughs was then recalled Br -. and questioned, but nothing was brought gaWV1 out lie had seen no fight, only a lit- I'; tie "shoving match," just as friends B' This exhausted all of Mr. Hale's wlt- Mm , nesses. One of them he admitted was V In nn Insane asylum. He asknd for a BIv postponement In. order to summon Te- BX v kulsky and otheVs. BT Ex-Surrogate Rollins protested against BX an adjournment He said that he had BB there In court three of the men for BV. whom Hale claimed to be acting, and BV - that they knew nothing whatever of the B& charges. They had simply signed the BS charges at Hale's request. BT Hale, he said, had apparently made no Bar, preparation. It was simply a "fishing BV party." and he said the court ought not Bx a to have convened "to satisfy this gentle- B' man's pleasure." . . BX Lawyer Hale Insisted that enough tea- BS timony uad been Introcucea to sub- Ba stantlate the charges and to warrant BS- the re.noval of Dlvver from orflce. Dlv- BS , ver, he said, did not apparently want BY vindication, as he refused to allow evl- rf dence on the green-goods charge Bzv' After a. consultation the Judges were fr. Inclined to adjourn the case for a week, BXs but Mr. Rollins said he would do all H, In bis power to have Tekulsky and the Ki other elusive witnesses an hand at miX- once In order to have the ease closed BM '- W-der- Mr. Rolllaa also said that. In BBr n, . exaer toaaya tbatv ana while Mr., Halt sTMirr jl c B'tft was waiting for them, witnesses would be called for the defense. . .. Then Mr. Rollins called John F. Harri son, one of the five who signed the charges egalnat Dlvver. He testified that he Mgned them under a misappre hension, in fact by a trick. Lawyer Hale put the paper In his hand, but It waa never read to him, nor did he know Its contents. . . Churles E. Sprague, another of the signers to the charges, admitted that he knew nothing personally of the alle gations. He had made the charges be cause he believed It his duty to do so. Kecens was then taken until 2 o'clock. After recess Mr. Hale Informed the Court that he had spent a full hour since the morning session running hither and thither searching for Tekulsky. but could not find him. As a last resource ho left the subpoena with his bartender and asked htm to give It to Tekulsky. George W. Ciegler, clerk of the Mor risanla Court, who testified on Monday, waa recalled, and again questioned as to the days Dlvver attended that court, but nothing of consequence resulted. Up to this time there wns no sign of either Morris Tekulsky or Henry J. Campbell putting In an appearance. It looked as If the house of cards erected by Mr. Hale had fallen, and he made a pitiful plea to the Court for help. "If this case Is dismissed," he said, "It will be the means of preventing further action on the part of the people, whom I represent" EDWAItP BURROUGHS. (Whs WltnMMd th. Tekulikr-DlTTtr "Shooing Much.") "What?" almost roared Lawyer Levy. "You say you represent the people. Now, honestly, who do you represent?" "1 say the people will be stultified," was the reply. "They will have no remedy If this case fails, and I ask the Court to protect the people to take such steps as will prevent a miscarriage of Justice." "Is Mr. Tekulsky now In court?" asked Justice Daly. Tekuky's name was ca'.led, and then Mr. Rollins said he would practi cally guarantee that Tekulsky would be In court In a few minutes. ' "All right, then," replied Justice Daly. "It Is now 2.40 o'clock. This Court will take a recess until 3 o'clock, and do you, Mr Hale, have your witness Camp bell In Court at that hour." "I will chase him up at once," was the reply, and the prise lawyer from' tbe City of Churches rushed for the door. The Judges waited until S.20 o'clock, and as no witness had appeared up to that time the. -case was adjourned until Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. ' Justice Daly wanted lt,to;go over for a week, but Mr. Rollins .p.oifllvtly.jtai. ed that h would hare -'he mieaTtnr-witnesses Tekulsky nd.Campbell'f-lti'hand at the next hearing. Ht also fought hard against an adjournment. MRS. HARRISON'S SANITY. A Sheriff's Jury Listened to the Octogenarian's Views. Dr. Austin Flint, Henry F. Sayre and Edward J. McQure, Commissioners appointed by Justice O'Brien to Inquire Into the sanity of Mrs. Margaret A. Harrison, resumed the Inquiry this af ternoon before a Sheriffs Jury. ' Mrs. Harrison, who Is eighty years old, has ,recently been living at the Long Island Home, at Amltyvllle, where she was sent at the Instigation, of her only daughter, Mrs. Virginia II. Salter, of 36 West Nineteenth street. Mrs. Salter alleged her mother was under the Influence of A. S. Lynch, a man of forty, who wanted to marry the old ladv. Mrs. Harrison wai called as a witness. She appeared to have a fairly good memory for a woman of her age. Questioned about experiences In Wash ington many years ago, she remem bered having known Henry Clay. Asked If she saw any one In the room who resembled Henry Clay, Mrs. Harrison answered yes, and pointed out Col. Taliaferro, of Alabama. The Investigation was continued. HE STOPPED A FIRE ENGINE. Peddler Hlrshberg Held In 05OO nail for Trial. Slgfrld Hlrshberg, a peddler, fifty nine years old, of 32 Ludlow street, was held In default of 1500 ball for trial ln Essex Market Police Court to-day, on a charge of Interfering with a flre englne on Its way to a (Ire. Fireman James T, Moore, of Engine Company No. 17, was the complainant. He testified that shortly after noon to day he was on the way to a (Ire at 8 Ludlow street, when Hlrshberg blocked the way with his peddler's wagon. Hlrshberg claimed that Moore sprang off the engine and brutally kicked him ln the abdomen. He declared that he did his utmost to get his wagon nut of the way of the engine, but was unable to do so on account of the other wagons. Two citizens corroborated Hlrshberg, who Bays that he will prefer charges against Moore before the Fire Commissioners. THOSE STOLEN DIAMONDS. Von Rottkoy Held To-Day on n Cliargre of Ilelnsr e. SmaKKler. Joseph von Rottkay, who was ar rested In Brooklyn recently with a large quantity of diamonds he had stolen from Herman Katx, a Frankfort, Ger many, millionaire, after wedding his nurse girl, was held this afternoon by United States Commissioner Morle for smuggling the gems into this country. The German Consul In New Yor,k to day "received a cablegram asking that Von Rottkay be held, and stating that Mr. Katz would defray all expenses of his prosecution. Morton Keeps Flower's Hired Men. ALDANT. De. 11 Ahlr W. Col., print. Mer.ur to Oor.-.l.ct Morton. w In town to-dr. and yLH3 Gov. Klow.r st tn. Eitenttr. chamber. Ho .nnoancid th. rppslntm.nt ct William Latntorn. lha young on..armM dark who haa ban bar. with both Hill sn4 Flowar. and alao connnnad tha appolntmant of Saldan E. Marrln. Jr.. o( Aibanr, a. mlllurr aacr.Urjr, ill. Hand Organ Waa Costly. Tn Unlt.d Stat.. Jury to-dajr conwjetad Doman Ico raraalono. of pualnc countarfalt U bills. Faraalono triad to par for a band organ with aliuan II countarfalt bills. Railroad Humor Denied, Pr.sldsst samual Spanccr, ot tha Boula.rn Kail war Compaar, to-dar danlad (ha raport that th. Sonthani Railway Company was about te absorb th. Saaboard Air Una Into Its ayatam. 1 ) Uieuear VlsfJscfiSiiie. 6c. V FAVORITES BEATEN. First Ghoioes Fail to Land in tbe First Three Events. Lakeview, Ontario and Eclipse Re turned the Winners. Increased Patronage at tho Racing; at Alexander. (Sp.clat to Th. Craning World.) RACE TRACK, ALEXANDER ISL AND, Deo. 19. Tbe weather was tine, the track good, the crowd large and the betting ll"ri at Alexander Island to day. Not a suspicion ot Winter has so far Interfered with the racing, and as a result the patronage Increases dolly. Sixteen bookmakers weighed in, tne fields being large and well matched, with but few scratches. FIRST RACE. Sailing: tour and a half furlong. Start ... Hatting, strt. lllt.Fln. Uk.rl.w. U (Johnson) ... .11.10 Ml 1 1 1H Woodchoppor. 110 (Uoyl.) ..10-1 1-1 1 Ssitua. 110 (Datehanty) ..11-1 1-1 I I lb. Hashing Charlla. 110 (K'rad) 10-1 12-1 t IVi nobollna. no (Ham) 1-1 l-I 4 Dutch Lou, 110 (J. Moor.). .100-1 40-1 10 1 Ksi.n. 110 (N.ar -l KM i 7 Rayoard. 110 iCorbtay) .... 1-1 l-f 4 JV I C. O. .. 110 (A. Moor.) ....(0-liO-l C. Houghm, 110 (MeK.nal.) 100-. 40-1 11 10 to Padra. 110 (Ruat) J00-1 OO-i 11 11 11 Coma Horn., 110 (Murphy).. 100-1 40-1 T 11 II The start was prompt, the horses being sent away In good shape. Lakeview cutsprlnted the others from the start, winning easily by a length and a half, with woodchopper second, a neck before Sextus. Time 0.68. SECOND RACE. Railing; als and a half furlonga. Startsra. Batting Strt. lllt.Fln. Ontario. 101 (Johnson) T-l i-i 1 I'm Din. Bird. 107 (Cart.r) .... 7-1 1-1 t 4 I" Flushing, 104 (O. Taylor) ..la-1 1-1 15 1' Datroit 104 (Murphy) .... -S 1-14 14 Ilia Dnca. 108 (11am) .... 1-1 .ran I Ml lllackfoot. M (Ncaryl 11-1 CI I la g Billiard, 107 (K. Trlb.) ..J0-1 20-1 1(7 Or Jot.. 10711 (A Moor.) ..11-1 1-17 7 1 Bert. 101 (Congdonl 100-1 40-1 11 11 t Cadat. 104 (Btanabury) ... .500-1 loo-l It II 10 Halt Braad. I14M (Pansy) ..200-1 to-l It Carnallta. 104 (Qlaaann) ....100-1 40-1 10 10 11 The start was In favor of Ontario, who had a length advantage, but Black foot showed In front at the quarter, only to be headed by Ontario, the latter stalling off Blue Bird's challenge In the stretch and winning by a neck. Blue Bird was three lengths before Flushing. Time 1.24. THIRD RACK. Sailing: mtla and a alitaenth. Sutlers Batting. St. lllt.Fln. Ucllpia. Ill (W Morris)...,.. 1-9 1-1 S ! 1 Tanaeloua. 101 (Johnson) l-laven I 1' 1 Mlrags, 101 (O. Taylor). ,.i..aten 3-S 4 2 I' Unci Jim. 10. (Tattar) 20-1 1-1(0 4 Prlno. Klamath 101 D.rnard)IO-l 10-1 7 4 1 ragoL 104 (Murphri.i... sM l-i 1 s I Hal.na g- 103 (Andraws)... .100-1 40-1 I T 7 SanvSryant. IUV. IWh1t.)..l-l 40-1 I I I v Tenaeroianl- Mirage raced 'tuieHjll to the far turn, where Eclipse closed, and taking the lead ln the stretch won FELLOWS AND OOFF CONFER. , handily by two lengths from Tenacious, who was four lengths before Mirage. Time 1.81 3-4. FOURTH RACE. 8ellng; flv. furlonga. start la. nattlng. Etrb Htl.Ftn. Con Lucay 110 'Ham) ll-l 2-1 1 1 IV. FrankR-Harf, 110 iManlora).. It i-S i IH 2H Frollcaoma Lass, 110 (Konrad)U-l 4-1 I IVs I' Walcott. Ill (II. Lawla).... 7-1 aran 114 Intlmldad. 110 (E. Trlb....e0-1 20-1 4 4 4 Traitor, 104 (a Johnson)... .60-1 15-t 4 4 4 Elmstons. Ill (Murphy) 10-1 1S-I left at posL Con. Lucey and Frolicsome Lass were the leaders at the start, Frank R. Harf taking second place at the turn Into the stretch, but he could never quite reach Con Lucey, who won by a half length. Harf a length and a half before Frolicsome Lass. Elmstone was left at the post. Time L02. FIFTH RACE. Sailing; a'x and a halt furlongs. nattlng. SUrtars, walghta and Jockaya. Straight Placa. Tha Clown. II (Stunat) SO0 1 401 Paul. 100 (Corblay) I t aran Prlncaaa Maria II (C. Smith) 1001 401 aorman. M (Ham) I i 13 lrana. 100 (Murphy) a 1 21 Btauragard. 10 (Duffy) 11 21 Advsntursas. luS (Oodtrey) 100 1 401 llalgrarla, 10 (N.ary) (1 21 Ban, II (Donnsll) 11 2 i Gorman won. Pattl was second. Btauregard was third. Time 1.25. DOMINION AT NEW ORLEANS. At Good Odds Takes the First Race from I'laa, (Spaclal to Tha Eranlng World.) RACE TRACK, NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 19. Splendid weather again greeted the large crowd attending the races here to-day. The going could not have been better, as the fast time made In tbe various events shows. At the drawing for stands to-day eleven bookmakers weighed In. FIRST RACE. For two-yaar-olds; firs furlonga. surtara. Batting. St. lllt.Fln. -omlnlon. Ill (II. Williams).. I I l-t I IVs lit. Plaa. 101 (Lalgb) 1-1 l-I I 2H It. Loa Plswltl. 10J (Harold). ,vll till I 1U Eva L.. 101 (J. Gardner).... l-laran 1 4H ' Martha Crista. 101 icassin)..l0-l l-t 4 is i Imp. Pomsgranata, 101 (I'ennllS-l 1-1 7 I1 I Sir Joun. ill (A. Clayton).. ..ll-ierfa 17 7 Adah roy. 10) (Deri.nl 100-1 11-1 III Eva L., Pisa and Blr John were the first away, but Martha Griffin In the first furlong took the lead, followed by Pisa. Eva L. and Dominion. Martha Griffin, Pisa and Dominion were the leaders entering the stretch, but Do minion outran his field and won cleverly by balf a length from l'lsa. who best Lou Prewltt for the place. Time 1.01 3-4. SECOND RACE. ' Sailing; all furlongs. Slarlarl. Batting St. IllI.FIn. Herman. IIS (J. Hill) 4-1 l-l I l IH Boh Ilolman. 107 (Mora.),... 1-1 t-i I 2 2 Nicaragua. 107 (Gardner). ...lO-l 10-1 I 7 l Satellite. Ill (R. Janes) 1-1 1-1 I I l Charlla B-, 107 (J. Smith).. 4-1 t-i I t 'AUa, K-, 111 (Harold) ll-l 1-1 I l I Adrocau, 10 (A. Carton),. ,.11-1 1-11 1 7 Daanba. lot (Lalgb) t-l l-i IS I I Oalaa. 117 .(Hauaasy); t-l lo-l r I I errta, HI . Jnaoba),,..l-l t-l t 10 11 The big field got away well bunched. Advocate, 'Bob Uolman and Anna K. were the leaders. Up the backatretch Advocate, Bob Ilolman and Herman was the order. Advocate leading around to the lower turn Into the stretch. In the last furlong there was a general closing up. Bob Holman looked all over a winner to the last fifty yards, where Herman came with a rush and heat him half a length In a drive. Two lengths back Nicaragua finished third. Time 1.15 3-4. THIRD RACE. Sailing: all furlonga. Starter.. Batting. St. Hl'.FIn. Lottln, Jr., Hi (J. Hill) HI 1-1 I J lj Dirk While. 110 (Bergen... .10-1 4-1 l1 2 Susie Anderson. 107 (Caaetn)ettn 111 4 l surer Prince, lit (Uerdener)..40-1 la-1 I I ' Lyndhurat. lit (It. Harris),. 10-1 4-1 II I I Twenty-three, no (Lalgh).. i-1 1-11 7 1 Zek. Hsrdy, 111 J. Smith). .20-1 l-t I 10 7 Matt White. 107 (L. Smith). .10-1 7-1 I I I Missouri Lotl lit (Morse). ...30-1 1.1 4 1 Lank. 112 (MeCue) ll-l 4-1 7 I 10 Madden. 110 (llaugh) ll-l 1-1 10 11 11 T.iaa Star. Hi (II. Shields). .11-1 l-l li 11 12 Susie Anderson got the best of the start, with Silver Prince second and Loftln, Jr.. third. Dick White soon took the lead, followed by Missouri Lou. This order held to tho stetch, where Loftln, Jr., closed and won cleverly by a length from Dick White, who was the same distance before Susie Anderson. Time US 1-2. FOURTH RACE. For two-y.ar-olds; six furlonga. (tailing. Startera, welghta and Jockaya. Straight. Plara. Coralline, II (A Barratli ., 101 201 Ta Ta, II (J. Gardner) t1 t I Itaaper, 12 (Cassln) 21 7-10 Clara Bauer. 101 (Berger) 11 5 41 Basal. Nlchola. 101 (C. Johnson) .. ll-l i-l Frank Oayle, 111 (J. Hill) 11 11 Prince Imperial. 112 (A. Cleton .. 71 1-3 Ta Ta won. Frank Uayle was second. Prince Imperial was third. Tlme-1.13 1-2. RESULTS AT R0BY. -i ' RACE TRACK. ROBT, Ind., DEC. 19. The races on this track to-day resulted as follows First Race Four and one-half fur longs. Won by Couronne d'Or, 2 to I and 4 to 5; La Grippe second. 2 to 1 place; My H-sbe third. Tlme-3.&8. Second Race Mile and a furlong. Won by Klrkover, t to 1 and 2 to 1; Powers second, 2 to 1 place; Long Ten third. Time 2.03 3-4. Third Race Four and one-half fur longs. Won by Tom Sayre, 5 to 1 and 2 to 1; Walkover second, 4 to 6 place; Cattaraugus third. Time 0 68. Fourth Race Five furlongs. Won by Charm, 3 to 1 and 4 to 5; Gascon second, 5 to 2 place; Toots third. Time 1.04. mm For entries and other sporting ncwa see sixth pnsre. as m FLOWER HAS LlNSON REPORT. Refuses to Sny Wliut It Stales Ite cnrdlng Fellows. ALBANY, Dec. 19. Gov. Flower has received trte Llnson report on charges against Col. Fellows, but says he will not give It out to-day. The Governor declined to give any Information regard ing the nature of the report, r J-TI)P re-port-ojt 1 t)M,Ja)';Utd to "be In favor of Mr. Fellows,, on the ground that there was no sufficient evidence to warrant sustaining the charges. The report ot the referee contains the complete evidence given, and will oe given out to-morrow, SON HURT, FATHER LOST. nonarh Experiences nf Philadelphia Men In This City. T. T. Walters, of 1303 Mount Holly street, Philadelphia, has written the po lice ot this city, requesting that they search for his father, Anthony C. Wal ters, of the same address. Walters is ln Bellevue Hospital with a broken leg. He came to this city last Saturday, and while his father wand ered about sight-seeing, he attended to a few business affairs. He promised to meet his father In the Pennsylvania Railroad Company's depot at Jersey City, Saturday night On his way to the station Walters was tun over by a wagon, and received the Injuries which havo since kept him In Bellevue Hos pital. He learned, however, that his father did not return to his home In Philadel phia, and that nothing has been heard of him since he left him last Saturday. Anthony C. Walters Is fifty-five years old. has Iron-gray hair and full beard, and wore a black overcoat. Walters, the Bon, does not know how much meney his father had with him. THE PARKHURST FUND. It la Cllmhlnic Up to the ISIgrht Thou sand Uullar Mark. The latest subscribers to the Parkhurst Testimonial Fund are Anson Phelps Stokes, (200; Edward D. Adams, Hackctt, Carhart at Co. and Mrs. Cooper, 1100 each; Joshep II. Choate, Charles H. Harschall, M. Allan, Starr, Le Grand II. Cannon. Hamilton 8. Gordon. Mrs. William Bryce and H. M. Murphy. JM each; Richard Watson Ollder, Ann C. Alden, Dr. O. A. Sabln and Dr. G. C. Wheelock, J2i each: H. II. Scholle, Rob ert Pardon, Thomas E. Ratterthwalte and Rev, Dr. S. II. Virgin. 110 each. The grand total now amounts to J7.606.75. SILVER DOLLAR INDICTED. Alderman Smith Will Hnae to gland Trlnl for Sliiblilnit. "Sliver Dollar" Smith was Indicted by the Grand Jury to-day for assault In the secor.d degree, committed on Dec, 4 on August J. Glolsteln, the saloon keeper. Smith stabbed Glolsteln In the hand utter breaking Into-his barroom. Glolsteln was very much nut out be cause he was In a measure forced to go before the Grand Jury and testify against the pantata's friend. A bench warrant was Issued for Smith's arrest and he will probably bo taken In this afternoon. a He StrnrU n Lexovr Witness. Policeman Thomea Barnbrlch, ot tha West Forty-aaeenth street elation, waa placed on trlel before Commissioner Murrsy to-day on a charge of aaaaultlng John F Ferguson, a Laiow wit naaa A lawyer haa been engaged by the Com mtttea la nroaecute. Xom Hock May T-ll, Too. It waa rumored about tha Criminal Court build. Ing to-day that Ward Man Hock waa ready to turn Slale'a evldenci and tell all ha knowa about bribery In tha police torce. Gold Reserve la aJIIO.JI 10,434 To-Day, WASHINGTON, Deo. I). A despatch from lha Sob-Treasury at New York reporta that 1100.000 In gold waa withdrawn thla morning Thl. Icarea th. Del gold In th. Treasury at IM.110,414. (1,000 bxwaso will b paid (or Information leading to arreet and conviction 1 lbs pfreos or pcraon. rv.pon.tbIt tot a falac rumor regarding lhaaolTancyoJUj.dry.giod. liouaaot ukbkabu T avmob, of Amsterdam aya and J24 at. Juaarii U KataatB. UouiusUor-at-Lav, 144 Maaaau sb V tjjtj f-'aa.Ti any iiti aSiiaani 's'i i ' fTsiatwfi WiVi NIGHT EDITION. ALLAIRE'S FLAT DENIAL. all The Captain Permitted to Go After a Long and Fruit less Examination. NEVER HEARD OF BLACKMAIL. Testimony of Yesterday's Wit nesses ContradictedByrnes Accused of Bulldozing. Police Capt. Allaire, who has been ac cused ot receiving blackmail money, was placed on the witness stand before the Lexow Committee this afternoon. He began nls statement by saying he was made roundsman four days after his appointment, and four days later was made Sergeant. Mr. Goff puid particular attention to Capt. Allaire's real estate Investments. He owns a house at present worth $-"..-000, he said, and has about 4,000 In the bank. , ANTHONY J. ALLAlnE. When questioned about the collection of money ,patd for protection, the Cap tain flatly denied all knowledge of such proceedings. In fact, he said, he did not know that such money was col lected, save from rumors which he hod heard since ho has been on the force. When Mr. Got! touched on the subject of the police of the Steamboat squad being compelled to give up half of their extra pay, Capt, Allaire, as In other cases, denied that It was so. His entire' testimony was simply a flat repudiation of all the charges made against him by other witnesses. Ex-Inspector Steers, who has been ac cused of receiving blackmail money, ap peared ln tho Committee's room. He had not been subpoenaed, but was will ing, he said, to go on Uie stand to testify. John Marrett, a former agent of the Society for the Prevention of Crime, tes tified to-day that Supt. Uyrnes had com pelled him. by threats, to tell all he knew about the Gardner case. Gardner, who won Superintendent of the Society, was accused and convicted of having extorted money from LUlle Clifton, for protection from arrest. Marrett said he had never complained of the Superintendent because he feared he would be arrested on a manufactured charge, which, he said, was the case with Gcrdner. Three Inspectors Multpornaeil. Inspectors Williams. McAvoy and Mc Laughlin were subpoenaed to testify to-day. Williams was the only one to appear and after a consultation he was excused for the day. Sergt. Taylor, who testified yesterday that he gave the money collected from policemen to Inspector Steers, was re called to the stand. He denied the state ments made by the ex-Inspector to the effect that he made the allegations through spite. Another day of sensational disclosures In the Senate police Investigation waa promised this morning, and there were abundant Indications that Mr. Ooff In tended to bring the line of Investigation which he so successfully began yester day, Implicating tbe hlgher-up officials lfW iTiSiiiii't sgegessgnTfsis'V s ' 4i sii of the Department, to a still more star tling climax. Many Itnmore Anoat, Tnere were more rumors, and reports In circulation about the prospective wit nesses than ever before, and while every one was In the dark as to the exact plans of the counsel to the Committee, there was a general and confident, ex pectation that tome of the responsible ofllclals of the Department would at last be called upon to explain the testimony which has been given during the past two days directly Implicating them In the universal system ot blackmail and corruption. ( ' Inspector Williams Appear. The first. Incident ot the day ta ,at tract. atuntlon wan .tka-i antral' of 'Jb. apector Alexander BV Williams ln the" full uniform of his rahk. He showed a subpoena to the doorkeeper, Offlaer Smith, who respectfully allowed his su perior to pass. The Inspector showed no signs of anx iety or nervousness, but quietly went over Into the corner, and drawing out a newspaper fiom hie pocket put on his eyeglasses and began to read Industrl. ously. Later It was learned that Inspector McLaughlin had also been subpoenaed. He had not appeared In the room, how ever, up to a late hour. Then came the further Information that Inspector McAvoy hsd also been subpoenaed. Several newspaper men went over and chatted with Williams. He talked cheer fully about the weather and various other topics, but would not say any- fit !l INSrECTOIl WILLIAMS. thing about his relations with the Com iilttee, except to admit that he at tendfd In obedience to a subpoena. Capt. George Washburn came In at the samn time and took a seat next to the Inspector, and they were the centre of observation. Leionr Didn't Knnsr Williams. Chairman Lexow came In Just before 11 o'clock and passed Inspector Williams without recognising him. The latter, however, knew the little Chairman by sight, although he had never before at tended a hearing of the Committee, and he put dnwr his paper an eyed him curiously as he bustled about and finally took his seat on the bench with Sena tors llradley and Robertson, who had already arrived. Kx-Capt. Cross and Capt. Westervelt were In cltliens' dress. They greeted Inspector Williams effusively and Cross sat down and chatted gay:y with bis former superior. Not long afterwards Capt. Creeden, also In citizen's dress, wandered In and as he passed Inspector Williams made a slight Inclination of his head The Inspector looked him full In the face with a stony glance and never moved a muscle. Capt. Creeden sat down In the row further on. Knlcr Capt. Dtrauss and Ills Wife. The next arrival of note was Capt. Strauss, who was put on the stand yes terday, but soon dismissed and told to be on hand this m.vnlng with hi. wife. Mm. Stiat.ss, a stout woman with dark bronn hair, earing a broad brimmed felt hat surmounted with a bunch of nodding black plumes, accompanied her husband. lion" and Vellowa Consnlt, When Mr. Goff ar-lved Col Fellows sought Mm out. and they had a long whispered conversation. In which both showed great ea.-nestn.tss by their man ner and gestures. 'Assistant District-Attorney Lindsay Joined the group at the counsels' table, and there was evidently a serious mat ter under discussion. . It was then after 11.30. and every one In the crowded room was on tiptoe with expectation. "The Committee Is ready oi soon as you are. Mr. Ooff,". said the Chairman, a quarter of sn hour from noon. Sena tors O Connor and Pound had mean while Joined the Committee. Wljllaiiis Kv.-uaed. "In moment," replied the chief coun sel, and at the same time one of the at tendant of the Committee went over and whispered to Inspector Williams. He nodded, and then plok-d up his over coat and hat. shook hands with several of he captulnn seated about him und valked out rf tr.e room. It was under stood that he ai excused for the day at least. .Mr. Golfs moment was lengthened out to more than u quarter ot an hour. He and Mr. Jerome had another confab with the Ponators. and the delay only served to rouse Interest to a higher pilch. Father Ducey came In during the Interval and took his accustomed Place. It was Just noon when Mr. Goff opened the order of tho day by calling Dr. Owen J. Ward, who was appointed last night to consult with Dr. Wright in regard to the condition of John J. Martin. Says Mnrtln ta a Very Sick Man. Dr. . Ward said he had practised twenty-nine years, and was connected with Gouvemeur Hospital ns visiting surgeon. He had visited Martin, he said last evening, with Dr. Wright. "I naw Martin In bed. and after a careful examination I found him com pletely paralysed on the left side. "He also seemed to bo suffering from a species of anaesthesia ot the -brain, and could not collect his thoughts. I talked with him for vimeilmo and con cluded that sny statements he might make. would not be very reliable. Q. Did you feej certain that ha waa not alma latlngf A. Tee. 1 am pertectly confident ha waa hot. H. could not deceive ta; The witness said that whllo Martin's physical condition would not preclude an examination under oath, his mental con dition was such that no reliance could be placed upon his statements. Ills memory wss affected very seriously. Dr. Ward said that the patient's health would' not he detrimentally affected by an examination such as he made yester day, but a cross-examination by count-el would undoubtedly be Injurious. His disease appeared to be a progressive one, and was not the result of a sudden attack of paralysis. The Committee thought It would be as well not to examine Martin. Called for Cnnt, Delnney. Ml. Goff (hen called two or three times for Capt. Delansy. who at last made his way o the fron' through the crowd from th corridor. Mr. Ooff. before putting htm on the stand, called attention to the fact that Thomas llradley, an ex-roundsman of the Twenty-ninth Precinct, who had been retired on, a pension, waa now Chief of Police of Norwalk. Conn. He simply offered this as showing some of th working ot the Tollce Pension Fund system. Intermann Attain on the Rack. The first witness to take the stand MRS. STRAUSS. was Policeman Intermann, who testified yesterday. Mr. Goff said he had re ceived a letter from the agent of the American line In regard to him, and asked him If he wished to change the testimony he had given yesterday, "Yes, sir," said Intermann, "I want to say now that I used to divide up the money I got with the ward man." Q. Wnen yen said y.u neter late up any ot It. did you awear ts an untruth t A. I dtd. Q. Way did you do that? A. I wanted to ear. my Irlenda Mi. Vail and Sergt. Taylor. I did not deny yeaur&ay that I tot tha money from tha ateamahli companies "That Is all I want from you," said Mr. Goff. but the witness said he wanted to make a statement, so he was allowed to do so. Mr. Ooff desiring It to be noted that he did not ask him any questions, ar.d that the testimony was entirely voluntary "I only want to say," said Intermann, "that at first I used to give up half of whet I got, and afterwards J25 out of the J40. to the ward man." AUiullB) He 1 u I'rrjurer. In answer to Senator O'Connor's ques tion, the wlineu admitted that he had nerjured himself yesterday, because the police understood that they must stand by their superiors and each other. tnrougn tnicK ana inin. John Marrett. who was formerly agent of the Society for the Prevention of C'lme while Gardner was Superintend ent of the Society, was next called as r witness, and questioned by Mr. Moss He testified thst In the Oardner case a witness named Thomas Ryan had made a certain statement to him and Mr. Jerome, which he afterwards direct ly contradicted on the trial of Gardner. In omer vords. Ilyan turned traitor. Previors to tne trlnl Marrett said he went to the ho'im ot Supt. Uyrnes ln company with it yen. "I went co tv,e house with a letter Ityan had given me for Mrs. Byrnes. A young woman opened the door and took my name jpstalrs. She didn't come hack, but a man cam down named Frank." "Ww this Trank Mangln?" "I don't know, but while I was talk ing to him, Supt. Uyrnes came and walked Into the parlor where I was ilttlng. He said something to Frank, and then asked me what I wanted. .Mliitbrli iy Uyrnes. "I cve him the letter from Ryan to Mrs, Uyrnes, and when he read It he got very mad or pretended to. and grabbed mo by the collar and hustled me about the room. "Then he called Frank and told him to call two policemen to arrest me. aa I was guilty of a felony In coming to the hou.e and seeing Mrs. Uyrnes. He said he would send me up for ten years. "Then he asked me what I knew about the Gardner case, and I told him all about how Capt. Devery and Detec tive Crowley went to my house with LUlle Clifton ofier Gardner's arrest and compelled me to let them search Gard ner's room. . . . . "Oardner lived In my house. They found the basket there with a roll of bills In tbe top. which LUlle Clifton rec ognised and which Capt. Devery showed to me I told Supt Jlyrnes all I knew about Gardner' case. Ityan had played me false." Uyrnes Make Ulm Tall All. a This yea war. afraid ( Byrnut A. Tes. air. 1 was afraid he had a case against me. (CoBUnued. on Second Page.) NIGHT 1 EDITION! SCHMITTBERGER i ARRESTEE 1B Tbe Captain Takes IsiM Costody and Bail to B 9 .Fixed at AottffJH he wxs laBUT to ndiiiiS Capt. Max Schmlttberger 'W'vaatWH put under arrest late thla afterioon'fjlB The reason for tbe arrest-1 'iMH that Capt. Schmlttberger -wowk'WH away this evening. - f 'Wt IH Mr. Goff sent, word to th''Dttia4H Attorney's office of the Intended WfMffl His ball will be Increased verVwiMamgH ally, and It .will be hard for a-'WsWH cure a bondsman to-night '- I v ! jH Herman Oetrlchs waa notified tad MSMLH downtown with tbe view of eo!njt''H Schmlttberger's bond. 'Wflaaai Capt. Schmlttberger surrendered; tljH Supt. Uyrnes at S o'clock thla att4HTn4MsfiH tn the presence of AsMstint Ditl4e4is4H torney Vernon M. Dav;sv l . ''tB He left Headquarter ImmejMletaH company with the latter, to miVMrlBsHH fore the District-Attorney a teVeWJB bail Axed. ' v "VJ$ fjH Schmlttberger' bail. It waa saM M ttMH District-Attorney' office, wouid.b'asij ".WW. t iriM Schmlttberger will be arratntd,M(ftH Justice Ingraham ta the Court; oOMIH and Terminer. VTAM'fiU CAPTAINS TO THE MR. 4$H Ex-Ward Man Smith Skip Out MMt HI Uond Forfeited. H M In Judge Marline's room, Part tr H the Court of Sessions, this atttrroeiw jH poll's captains, sergeant and ward fMgH were In evidence. They were there)" sfB have a day set for their trials. ' . i'tZ.'M At 1.10 o'clock Capt, BcbmlttlerejrH was called. District-Attorney afeUOwilB asked that Schmlttberger's trial be -sSfH for the first Monday In January. . 9H Lawyer Howe, who, with ex-8urT0fa . Rollins, la to defend Schmlttberger, trM H to have the date of the trial postDOJaedJ H but JJIstrlct-Attorney Fellow trenuii jM ly opposed. The date was set far -IMSH first Monday ln January. ': jH Jeremiah S. Levy, wSo waa tried U.laVftijaM Court of General Session ora moatlaa ago for bribery, and who got a nUatrtaV 'gagal was called. His case wa put down, SfH follow Schmlttberger. mc- JjH The trial of Sj.rauei Campbell waa wteX-jgH down to follow that of Levy. 1-j. Iglgfl Detective- Sergt. Frlnk wa put, lWVt to follow Campbell on trial. '..t., H Sergeant O'Toole wa represented '!- ex-Judge George M. Curtl. wbo shSH It set for the first Monday tn riliia3C. It wa Anally put down to foUoiiTlMbBttga trial of Frlnk. .'Nilgai Ex-Capt. Doherty' trial was at wlM$Stmfl O'Toole a, and then ex-Sergt HasJteaeafl Clarke' followed In regular order.' v-rjaH The following were set In reijar'aajaiH der as they appear: Ex-Sergta, OeeMtjraBga C. Llebers. James W, Jordan (JWraVflH A. Parkerson, ex-ward Man Jobs) UatS gaB Bernard Meehan and Edward WenaatC'jM When ex-Ward Man George ninlltA: 'MM name was called, no one aMWaMfialaa Lawyer House volunteered tha iaiforexaW Jeaaai tlon that he hod beard Smith waa oajgTH ot town. On Col. Fellows' motion mSjJH bond was ordered forfeited and a tuassVtl warrant Issued for his arrest. , , MM Samuel Kahn. of 77 Seventh, street, -mmi was Smith's bondsman. Smith waa far MM merly ward man for Capt. Cross.- m Mu absence occasioned surprise. It i f'WM said by those ln the court-roam J that Mm he had skipped He wa under. tm-'MM dlctment fo bribery. HI ball waaVH 15.000. "Ktl Charles A. Hess is Smith's lawyer.- -ClMM m m iMM SIXTY-SIX FOR BROOKFIELCM Mr. Piatt Declares Thl Indies teaj;H He-publican Success. ';tti The sphynx-llke Thomas C PlattTrat'B early at his office. In the United Stateev'jH Express Company's Building, on lower.H Broadway, this morning. He was, toY?H busy to talk of the results of last night's), H primaries, but ln reply to an "EveBlaTH World" reporter's query sent out thlalH Delphic utterance: . .waBB "The returns Indicate unrolstakaNjfJgH that the Ilepubllcan party ba ucceeded.lH and no satisfaction." -AMM So lan ns can be learned tbe outcoatakswaaj of the struggle between the Piatt aiMkjH Brookfleld tactions for the control orH t.ie Kepubllcan County Committee ' UfMM 1SS6 r not ye aosolutely settled, al- 'MM though the Urookfleld men are 'ta-OMr'Mm making confident claims of victory. . TaarM lines are not vet drawn with sufflcJeM'jfJJH clearness to make the result abaolutewnH certain. There Till, therefore, be plMwMtlH of wire-pulling between now and I tMtaaaaal third Thursday In January, when UkfJH Committee will organise, and the PlaalsTJfJB people hope to win over enough deleatswlfa' by one method or another to beat UreeI--4tS rieid imm William Brookheld said to an "etvttsaiH Ing World" reporter to-day: ' -''MMm "The conventions turned out Just aboajeljfJH aa 1 bad expected they would, with fmwMMi exception. In the Twenty-third Dls.riwBH i had been led to expect that four out trt-anfj the eight delegates would be on.ouriBijtpgB whereas there were but three. Atl 't)n4JjM I can say now Is that I am entirely e4JiM lsfled with the situation." y Mm - - i) nia- Sale ot Cotton a5ijH Twenty-eeten thousand caeas and balel ajf tJsjH meitlo cotton gooda war. aoll by f ?7tjH Dllaa. Folger Co. ttia morning at'l: .wseJH ot Wllmerdlag. Morrla ll)tciall, .-tolxM .treat. Dry-goods houeea of th. evaatfaV mMMMt rortlaad. all, to aaa rnstotana,' were nfmMMm ta bid. CosapitMioo .was brtak aaa stilt wisHB aaAUtacttrr. Ta sale td last Be) esrsxaXai - f ,t" Smmu ' - t'M-'i-- V J ' :3mm Ci';vVjL.Z; . '. .,JlJMMMm