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HULLER WROTH TO MEYER.
THE INFORMER'S LETTER READ IN THE MURDER TRIAL. HR DID NOT WAXT TO TESTIFY A0.\IX.<"*1 BM ACCOM I'LICK, Bl T Ul RELY 1 ?!'? ,'t!:i:;> HIM I REE1 Charil i W, Bi n ke ? irprlse in the trial of Di Hi ni . -'. F M -yer n G Besslona j esterday. wi le'trr wrii ten by Carl Mullel, I after I ii clo - if tb first ti t A transl il the letti r, whl '. . ,...? i ? ? coura ft ter, a hleb waa dat. 1 1'- -?? ? ". ii i Fellow l have writti n io j i often ai '? ved an am a i. I have ah two men to j ou I i help > ou. i tly. Vim di i ii ii want to i ive youi ? I the $1,000 from the N'ew-Yorh Lift li 1 am th. refore i .ir. stan l by y m. In - ta of thia, I I ivi nol ? rn against you gol into the courtroom. If your attorneys bad even then spoken to me, thi wh is caa. would have been aattlad. You saw thai wi they have no <? ls whate, er, and i any harm. "Now I :?:: you whai 1 pi .post tu do with you: If >? iu will thi n 1 will -,. i undei ? bail, and If i am ? then you a be punish- I. 1 a io lr-1 p M iy (bl away, anl you will win the victor) hen aa well aa in Toledo. This la mich 1 m ike I i you. At he;.rt I .-un not hoi lo you and that I .<in make you free Regards to - "CHARLIE." A post il-c ir '? an I i Iher ettei both wrll Dr. W. J. O'sullivan, Mr. Brooke's associate, were alao res l. In thi - . M iller i the lawyer if he won; i gel M ill. r an I his of 1> li r.' m M . ' k, part pl lt the .<;... which he i of the policy ? ii ! ai Iwig i li In ih- eaily part of I Mi .a -mined Muller ibout his he show. i Muller to but, infortunat. He could nol Hrs: ' ? -; Irator. Mull, r ar. questions v-Ith gn il bul he n ,.,;.; . Mr. Brooke - him ? ? prepa one of iii- - in I : hi i. nske I -Yo i signed y .ur n im. as August V the pi th?" "Yea air." n pl "Waa :? ' ? "No, Bli ll a is not." "And your age aa t years an 1 four months M - thal true?" "lt wai r "Well iry?" -I nd -. it." i- pll< I Mullel - - "It wai not psrjui i ? M*?>'? i." "Are you sw -aring now I r l?r Meyer?" "I am nol I am telling th Then the I. After n Imlssion that Muli, r ha.l tesl I ll They merci) showi I that ho was anxious to be fl bore I." particular malice lowan] Dr. Meyer The witness t .11 Mr. Bro >ke thal arsei lc waa a I ? "How many tim. i a da) "Twice -i la) "Did you remonstrate with Dr. Meyer for | Brandt the arsei "No, air; I did Muller - il 1 he kn. w lt he read the Latin In Recor li r Smyth then irned the .url He said ht ?- aa ans hie, so that tl be ? : I. I spee Illy. "1 am willing." said he. "to alt I k until 1 in the afternoon. Then we can ha, ? or tiff en mil nd alt until i p. ?? th.-n can have dlnn. r, and we will .- I !. M) at ht." "I am willing." sall Mr Brooke, "to all midnight." Jur -r No. ll did r .1 Ilk. I n He said he war-.'- 1 s. me rim- : i attend to hla bust "I am : ly an* ' wh it 1 for ? ?Jury." st ! tl ?? Recorder isa the matter among youi aeh row morning." The Jury heil nb- aftei Journe i. and came lo the ? >nclu have ?ny night sessions. They decll. I I mill .'. o'clock In the afternoon, and the Ri aid he waa ? TBAX8ATLA VTIC TRA VET 1 ERA, Among th-* passengers sallli n the North German Lloyd st. inser Havel for Bremen were Mi. and Mrs. M. Bruckheimer, Mr and Mis. Edward Baaach, Dr. and Mrs Van Campe, W. J. Curtis. Mrs. H. Everett, Mr. and Mrs. E. Frlta h, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ooodstein, Mr. and Mrs Theo? dore L. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kin the Rev. J. .1. Keller, Captain F. M. Lowe, Mi and Mrs. Franz Mers, the Rev, and Mrs Paul Hpesku and Mr. an l Mi - li Iwai : \ The Amer!i-an ! *i iv-l here yesterday fr >m ?- ann mg her I ?ngers Mr. and Mi- u T. Bracken, Mi Mrs i.uorsre .1. Brewer. Rodney Carter, I J.e Brua, Herbert Hibbert, Phillp r.itr-,. Powers Symington, Evarta Tracy ai - SHUT BIB8ELF OX BOARD Hil. SAALE. Hsrrlaon Pri. e, a secoi North Oerman Lloyd al -. which ai here yest, r-lay from Bren* n and Bo ithami ?? :.. com mitti id suicide by sh noting himself . n April 21. Hi bsdy waa bm led at sea. H. was fifty-two :-? ira ol I. HI fath. r a ia -it one time Mayor of Bergen, now a pan ol Jerse) City les years as. Ml Price a I and i -- 1 ? iri the ir! isa b islm - He w ia on bis wa) ither, who lives With bl-1 two brothers in Jersey City, Mr. Price took ; ton. Ha a i to be moody, and d mingle much with the morning of April 24, I not come to his break? fast, a steward went 1 ll him He waa found lying on his berth in bli tatei m with a I ? rehea l and a pistol H. ha I evi dent ly been di ad ? une ii LOYAL LEOIOY ELECTIOX TO XIOBT. Tba ann.;, n.i dinner of the New-York Cominan.i-ry of lha Mllltai ... . i ..* Loyal Legion of th- I'nlted States will lake place al Delm to-nlatht, and as there an candidates for tr- " tn aver before, ? ? election prom lae* to be interestli , ; ? $ to 7 For I ership there ls only li rad Porter. I'>r senior vic- there an : iiir nona thre.- of the Army and one ol the Navy and for Junior liee-commandT there are three nomine only ? ni of wh. m repr. ? rVav) In view ol the fart that the command, r will be fr un thi Army, there ls a decided movement in the direction of electing a Navy man foi senior oi for junloi corni: indei e foi mi I i a Mt uti nant-i m> man'l'-r James Parker la -i candidate, .- foi -Junior vtce-commander Commod ?? J ph X. Miller ts a candidate. THE SURPRISE PARTI '.1:1 in V ENJOYED. A pleasant aurpri ; rt) wa given last M nlitbt by William Affi' I. r an I ' honor of Miss Lillie Hamburger, at her home, No. ff" Best One-hundred-and-tenth-sl Fan pln**ln** an ! : were features ol In which the Misses Lillie and Blanche Hamburger. Lillie Frledmann and Rt-) Lyona took part. Miss <?. Flounlacker play. I th. plano for the young peo Dle. A supper wa* erved al n p. m. Covers were laid for ni few of thou pr. sent were the Mlsaea Lillie and Rlai hi Hamburger, William Af felder, the Mlsse, Walker, Bella Hchwars, Irma Reiser, Sadie Mn;- n, Amy Hoffman, Stella Londner. Ray and Jessi* Jacobi and Jonas Itob etschrr, Hugo Hamburger and Colonel 1. Silver bank. BETBODiara i<> go abkoad. A band of American Meth .ted with th- Epworth League sailed foi Europe In July. l-fll. on the atsamahlp Etruria. They wera pilgrims to the cradle of Metha liam. Epworth, England, a email town in Lincolnshire, where tha Wealeya - the founders of Meth ra born. So great **-as the succesa of rbis trip that several membera of the Kp.worth Leagv organize a aer-ond pilgrimage to I:,'??-? .rth rl to include also many prominent cities of Eur p Passage for a larine number of members of tl Why Do The Sales of Hood's Sarsaparilla Continually Increase ? Because ihe People Have learned that Sarsa? parilla Hood's ?sSr-*V-t**/-eV*s*r^r^ Cures _**S^*?V^.-*V-?a****>*-S^^ ??fi0*1*-* P*,IJI rur? Cosstlpatioo bArAtorinc IhTpsr taaalUe aetlea of Ul* alimentary canal. -* A ORIVE UP RIVERSIDE l a li lightful rr ip bul .. visil to rh.- "Rlver i tain?thi ... . - world ls i mu. ri pleasanter sort tl rn thia warm wean. Everybody ia dro| in t.. irv the dell lou - new Frappes, Fruit Crushes, etc., thal are air.-roly the talk ol l ised i INLY al HIKER'S : i "RI VEKSI] ?E" ; f ??'? b ?? 1 I Soda I While refn shli i ' ' ? >"" might aa well c .mbine pri li with pb isure, an i IO . ?? ..'i ever) Har by (.".yin:* your Medicines, Docl .r'a Pi rlptl ms. Sui-rl -; \ppll rn - . li,as'i sr kings, Kubbi j G i?? ? .Mi- i, i-t RI KER'S, 6th Ave, Cor. 22' St. . . - | -i-i aecur. I ..a the Aurania f i trrangi mema are being made by of Westerly, lt. I. THEIR MOSET HAP DISAPPEARED. IMMIGRANTS RTRANDBD Bl TUB FAILVRTb' OJ' tiPi'M.'NJ'St HANK -THK MANAGER NuT I-i ir NI" The office furniture and b ka i ' the di I Scandinavian and Finnish Immigration r n were being removed yesterday from the offices In ?si , where the company bis done bu , fifteen Immigrants who arrived on the Baale appeared. They had drafts on the company, and these drafts they had Inveated all their money . for a new start In the Nea World. When they ie*] tliar the c >n p.my h id fail. 1 th. y i ? elved nformatlon a ith the -. for they .. ? re Flm - and Nora One woman, who bad a draft for ?'*?. cried softly, ..:. They were taken back I I, and if the aaalgn. - of the r .rup my ? ? ... ii out of Ihe assets lo pay the rarfare of the fifteen lo i i is des ns, they will I- sent bach More Immlgi mts with drafts on the company are expect! 1 to arrive here on the next two North *i. tm in Uoyd -:? ami i a l >rl v tl - S Lurl a. tl sal i \. ?ter lay : "I cannot tell an) thin Ul -ii ..f the affalt f the i imp in; as y**i Kv exp.-j- |* working >.n the books, and as i-ompleii s bis laboi I ill make a - ? . ? i The presl. iger ..: I lie mpany, i; *? <; i .a I ii ti'I. bus nol relumed lo t .vv r, Mt Luria ?I don'l ki ot* .\ :i> !? Mr tl nlund ls. ll wa i In C ? the last l heal !. an : s ! i-i-. toni iv or to-moi row." The nssignee did not npnear extremely sar .... has i>- en i- mslUi rable troul le ol ny, :he dh ? much .-ii":'- I th. i have trusted the company, and --.ll . to the need of some Slate supervision - of i.ir.k ng estab ? three weeks ago the f ll of ihe aft' .nipany ? i , per A Sr . . N '. - 11*1 . . . - ? ? . 7 .. ..... . . . . -7- uti to pi i in li riE?*. . Ni '-s ii . . ? 7..I :. . . . . 1-7- - ' . nu: VARRiEB) i n o\ ni i: r/.v 11 -? i a war ? . : i ? ?? ? ? ? . ? \. ... york li .i , . . i- . f . r t:r. Philip il '' mpei. i' immai ; I. Cbiel Knglneei l; tba I - . ronni ucl r W. H. Vai 'I'..- ;;..,.-- reference to -;?? :. n .' a pei - f | ri ? ni I a.-i> have ha I to do. J cordc . ? ? ? , tl there v ?? ry. Sh. parries . I ' * a- turwai othi r af) Iii1, ir..: ben I mo. . ? ? Navy . ' iii-- they Inclined the ; . top Whei ? I.- mad*- ready for sea ll ' . ' *' i I alao be ?? n' to 1:. j- 0- ? aa soon made i SEI.F-GOYERXBEXT Al BARXAItP COLLEGE. A Bell I of I ni of the Institution i/ai ri of Barnar ' ? I and with I I the faculty, ll pur) j li.-in:* io maintain discipline .. r i, -. i. _: I h. under it. In a s iy, I Itemed after th. . ? nate, although ll I- har ll) lo be inp ||< i to a. I in it or to ext i li p. ? r fun In ? >*? -? of - --ii si ? oi ?.- i might be looked for in a male college with ? less The self-government t .mm ttl ng of two fr..tn eaeh of the four classes, to hold ollie* foi .. 'month, i ? to enforce tl pei nee, wi;, ti n mei ?? hint i- n .t suffl "Our new plan," a member f the eommlttei tu a reporter, "has nol been in o|>erai un long ?n j ??? lo be jn lated aa to ll from aevi ral thli n .ile. I, li p re to bellve thal li a I 8 >me time la re to lit tb- adjustment lo ihe nea ru i . but, us the liarnanl gina are willing to do anythlnit foi tbs good "f their Alma Mater, th-y will not fail In these." ?/./Vi'" PASTOR Ills BISTER'S lilli: Mrs. Carolina Clarke left the bulli of her - t i hi ;? broth, i. "Toi y" Pastor, The real ? valued ..i HS.O00 and the personal estate si M.000 A mon ii the bequests i i the brother, "Tony" Pastor, are tbs two h .uses, No 417 Wi st Twenty j- ?? ? 1 and \.>. -!?; East Fortleth-ai He < lei s Jew* Iry, with t. .., of a fi w minor arti, les Jobi. I1 tor, wife of 'I gets j:."... bi ? ol the Frank Pai toi': a Ife, Adele, re ceivea *>?'.??. and a pair ol gold bracelets, while ihe nephews, Jamel and William Fuller and William ll. Pastor are each to get $550. To Mis-. Jane Pal.:. a friend of the dead loman, |&uo ls be? queathed, together with some household effects and Iture Aft.-r a few min.ir bequests, the r< 1.1 ths ? ita .. given to "Tony" Pastor. STE IX ITA POSTPOXES PLAT A GA IX. M mtreal, May I. The twelfth pam- of the chess match for the championship of the worl l and jl','*sj .1 1-. between William Stein Ita and Emanuel Las* ker, which was to have been played .it the local cheas club to-day. waa not conti ti 1. is Bteinlta sent ??ord thal he claim. I a dav off. Bo far the cham? pion haa cancelled play thr? times, and Laaker once. According to the articles, tha champion can? not postpone Dla) any mora, but mu 1 me. opponent on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays ;:. each w.-ek until the match is finished. La on the other hand, mav atm cancel two gamea ROTES OF Uti: BORER AXD CARRIAGE TRADE The carriage trade In Newark *-? ms to have caught ihe spirit of revival, (Justness with .1. M Qulmby <-.- Co. has bees exceptionally good t->r tba lust few days The Brm ar- making a handsome dis? play of th.-lr wares. Nearly all of their nsw spring - have been placed on the floors and they slmw ex.vlletioo of ?workinaiisdilp and flltjafs, Ths Naw-Tork Coach Horse and Cob Company, No. i'lS West Hlxty-nlrith-st., In abowlag nome choice 1 .ts theta week In the way >>f four-in-hand tandem t-am* and Hnddl--h.,rs-s. It haa Just received a fresh shipment of bigh-claaa, all-around horses, J. Newton Van Neaa bas just added a. new <ie p.irtmnit lo his atora Heretofore ti haa carried univ th<? best grad* of light bameasea li.- has) found, however, that the di matvd f..r hameaa t.r a cheaper grade ls greatly Increasing, and in 01 ler to aupply th- demand ba has .1 new lit:- of light pleasure hairnet**-**, alsu ..f heavy truck barneaaea which li- can sell at reasonable figures Fisk Brothera Wagon Company, No, IM Canal st.. has Just, received ii fresh Ironalgnraent of "New 1 ?'. ' i- - ? 1, of both light and heavy build. The company alao makes .in excellent heavy truck ii a Waterhouse a s..n have a new and beauti? ful piece of WOrll In the abape of a m.'iUof'.im- whnl? bone wagon Tba body la of solid mahogany, pol? ish-.]; tha gear la painui to aaatoh body, and. ).? *a?m?;,;?'?i cou Min \x BXPOglTIOIf. Will p.- sf laius U lbs world by lllu*tr?tina th* Im prnv?m?nu In the nirrhnnloai an* and emln-nt phv?lclans will t?!l yea that the prog-re** In medicinal ag?nt* has been 'A equal Importance, ar 1 bi b itrcnrthanlns laxa tlva tl. .t r-jiup of Fifi li f-.r 'a aUvixci of all othirs. inc ? somewhat light r wagon than the rm maki - ,i desirable nial ? ison. The brm reports ii-' Wi ? k The well-known "Old Keliable" farm w-igon. rsai ired bv Htudebaker Iii -r.i- rs. '. ?? n< I b- - ! lt has tb ul for the purp. lt la int. nde !. and Baster : B, _ CIR! VMS! IA Tl.Il, F.VIDESi F. OSI V. rlAMIHH" ., ? Mt'RI>t'!i IN "i r\: ii1.-.' DKI'.RKK ,\-, ., , let) .-liv- -? .1 . . be wrltti fl ,.? u ..I', ul in the trial of bavl .. ol | m... ? irder \\ ill oui ll impden. who I ; ve years ni. waa con ' '-.?'? '"'' "' ....... Th -.-1 s om in, Am'.- r: I The ol 1 woman. - um ? ni ?' nb mi hei, : u . ? r.|.\ : . ir -i, st., when th. n. ;ri.. and hla wlf ul? . I, ni ., room, "ii the night ol Deo ml ? -? Mr? Ahrena aaa : .un I mui I i ? I. h?-i fi n, u- to . ur-, ll i .'..ld v..is irom The carvlni -..,. ,... | .,, i lefl behind Thi and a finger-stall, which stuck between two of hi fingers and had evidently been wrenched from tb hand of Ihe mind, i-i' In the struggle, wen- the fir* clewa Then the detectives learned that rlampi had dlsap'M in d at the time of ihe killi;.. Wi.mau. ? ? ? ; . ? Vttorm ??' O hoi ne i m I itlon I! n ."i the aid ol Central ? i case th ii the |ur ilellb? rat-1 for ? ? twent) ni nub , ^ m.?,,,- ,,f witnesses *v?-re - iil-i to leaci I* Hann den's tn .*. ern. nts lui I lifter ri,.- mui lei I his a. Hoi inila! ? vi den.,, which ? ".." Mr. ti showed that I1 uni . '?? wart th. tl iy ..:'? Mrs. ,\;... n '- ? an i ihrew his obi nm - .nv..v. ll pal I lng with gold md lo m .re gold ' h.. ?? ;.-., crap* lie also bon . lull was fi on wi cl then was .. pul Hy beale*I < in- i.iiif. Wei . ..];. r i-lr. ..Mi ' i nfl , :? ? Mr. . ? ne.] up til. then Ju n.- cha rited I ? gi BtlVe t.I- 1 r Ki :i'? r I ill I I Vi ll U. i>! -ll SSE SEI /.. 1/ I V. MAXY l*l"? IM IJ . lll'ltl ' ' r ike place ni r ??' , ..!'??? Itev. I?r. i ! - I...ni* Island Til lo tal . ' : : of I ? .' . '? Tl ii ' ? T ii kei I ' I' . ' ? :.. ? ? f lb.- I i'ohm. \ Of the il- brew . op \ I Ml i ' ? ? : ll " lim M. Kv.ii i ? ll ' ? ? i ? ? ' SOM) i 11 i I ll in ii' in : ii ?..':/, ? ? ? i I. .1 I ! ' - : r I " ' ' ? I ' I ' ? ?' \ ., 'I .-.;?:? ? Inull) ? ? ? ? ? ? I VA ii ?*/" i Pl ll If i '? 'S I IBU I .vi TO r.i "./ n Ths Ul v.. i lb nn. ? . m i. . . neil-i with ' The Nea V rk Tim. i" nine*Its foun la i- ii. w iii . ? ml Hani i*o 7'. i:r .ad-.-, ay. will ol part of i ii.r.iiv. . om pr I . . .,1 pata ,:i.- 1,619 nun I rom il ; || ml Into in a Ttie . nih ? Iud-- al oui ? 'I he Heirn .- -, ... >rka nf ilu. ' . th. ? ..;? - ? un : llbrarl in What *siuczeii:a? It is an agony of agonies. A torture of tortures. It is an itching and burning of the skin almort beyond endurance. lt is thousands of pin-headed ves? icles filled willi an acrid fluid, ever forming, ever bursting, ever flowing upon the raw excoriated skin. No part of the human skin is exempt. lt tortures, disfigures and humil? iates more than all other bk in diseases combined. Tender babies are among its most numerous victims. They are often bom with it. Sleep and rest are out of the question. Most remedies and the best phy? sicians generally fail, even to ieve. If CUTICURA did no more than cure Eczema, it would be entitled to the gratitude of mankind. lt not only cures but A single application is often tuft}. cicnt to afford instant relief, permit rest and sleep, and point to a speedy cure. Cuticcra works-wonders because it is the most wonderful skin cure of modern times. Soldl Ihronih-e-i th* *, oriel, P-*??, y-TH-mu, ^L' &trJ %' 1*???L*/Bar, ai. roma nai-J aim Of-.*/. CAnf, BM-J-rp-V. Btiiioa. "Ail about U-i Bala wa Bri** "multi tim. - A K laiipaa in the hand of a Surgeon gives you n fK'liiijr of horror nnd dread. Tluro ls no longer ncceaatty for iti tm- iu ninny dU.aari formerly rt*aarded hs iu curablc without cuttini*. Thc Triurnph of Conservative Surgery i m -sell ilbr-tnttrd by (ho RUPTURE &?*? icnllu rnnr-i without tl:- limb* and without pain" Clumsy, channa* trusa.'s .nn be thrown H<v:iy! They never cure but often Induoa ta Hamtaatlon. stranfrulatlon nnd death. ?""II"*] fl PC Di irian. Fibroid . I terine) ind jUlnUnO many others, are now removed w.tbniit the perllaof cutting opoiutlona. PILE TUDORS. h:;T'-:;h..,,:'X;^'rof the lower bowel, ure p. ritiHuentlr eured wlfb i.iit pn.ni or resort to th- kill'-. CTri'JC In tb- llladder. no matter how Ol -/I*C I,,,-,,,., d crushed, pulverised, wsib edout and p-rf-<"iv r*mo*, ?without euttlntr. ST*"*ir*TUB&.' ? ? I riiniiy l'-is-we ll nie.) I Alu lune remofed without cuttlnt rn hundred! of cases, for pamphlet, rcfrrepcaa and jil tmrfleulara, send M cents (In --tampaI tn World'* liiapon?orv Medical Association, No vii Main Wteet, liuffalo. Iff. Y. HU COVETS. Tin: i'..i.!.i:.:i: i-i.a.'i: AW/RDA CONFIRMED. Judge Hench, In the Bupreme Court, yesterday handed down a declalon confirming the amended repori of the awards and ii---.-r-ii.riri made bj the Collei** Place Widening Commission. The decision cai , . ?-ri,., pi. nt ri poi t -. .-ii: ? foun led upon the rlpl,. timi .i.iru.u; to an) lol ls Hie difference Iii value ie ?.??.! j as it in.v. ls and Ihe value of nhill rem lin ? after the Impn-v. meni exclui Ive ol an> Increase in vnlue therefrom, and the benefll ls the . nbui.I value of lb ? '?? n use i lol h ,,t it- fr. i'*ai nldtn v. nh an ..uti. t. it -? i-l of ino i il - li irrow street , i r-ile i- correct.' M\ . .i:.-i:;. 1 I:< ? M I.V.MAN WARREN. A .!.? ? - was grai ? I ,.? ti - Buperlor rourt, In .- u arren against hi r hu I I.-mini VVarren. u lawyer, The co-respondent * ii i:. ,,ii|.|--. . h ho, un :? r the i ame ol I lonna \i ? lu ? I ? ri ?-1 to Aug i tin I ?al* ? ? MISS I i ? >X i' \i:::li:-. HER I" -INT. . ? rt of A| rn in th. ' . VI ir.Mi," .-i ?-..-. thal Miss . ? Injured on Oc( ? ? ? ll ' ? , I'lty. I'ndei . - : ? I Mi-- ? ? . ? . I'. Il| - - ? ' Pul'IlT ul Hi' VI.KN \ ' ? '. i | s ? ' VY ' I ll * in I ll . 'el III ' I I, ll. Ul I ' ' - uni III a ' - N '?: . ? , ? ? ?, - . . i xxioi i n . . ni tn pi i \ - i pris, offere I ' ? ? ? in >i .. te I lill"; ? ? man's ? - ? ? lr Milli r I I M hoi he wrote, ? . i ? \ /?/1 r i *.7*i < Foti a inion in r, ?J . ? f| I'T. . iue i .. p mip! :??' . ailing the " ? nd ch ren attending \ ?: i . - 111 ? ? - , . ? it th. -' rltb-s of i for su .Ul I pre. ! .i- -|-i.ili'.!.in- <? impltsh ? ? ? Mw wi Bevi ral r the general head t "A f.-r The Trlb i I..i r year's ? Slate Sup. i mr- til- ; I Ni -.. V .ri. v hi-li wot n> ..I,- p. r-.- -.-, ir .. -..u : . r ace iui I la given, the ? ? tx-ing numerous tut rac n ;..-h Intereated In i Obj iM-rk. both Mr t'rooker and Mr Sun : i :. ri..* Deput) Mit.- Superintendent, mk thal they . immunleatetl with frequently from ill parts of ths Plate in regard lo effort a made and r> s lils a*.*! oirpllsh. 1. 0FFWEBS OF lill' ABKWBIOIIT CLUB r the Arkwright Club to .k i?:.!? ? al ihe dui iou -. N ? Rroadway, Mon? th t, iui re ulti ! :i-i follows: President, Will : .-ii T IV* it; vi? pr. *ld. nt, Robert Rhodes t-i ,i v. itli li .id T I- ler; treasurer, V\ lill im t' m. W lill un M M ,t ion. William ll All. r, ii iii ?? ir K< . , Rho.lea nnd Thoma* Van Voskenberg. EXAMIXATIOA OF BICBARL DOXXELLT. Michael Donnelly, who attempted to kill bis brother-in-law, Patrick J. McArdle, In tha Court i-f L'ommon Pleas last week, was further examined I : ra Justice Miirtiu lu th- Tombs Police Court y< terday, McArdle was extremely nervous, und once Interrupted a willies* I.|uesl Justice .m.,, Un p. 1.1.. Donnell) pul out of tha room ns he said he "didn't Ilks Ihe look of his eye." The |ua tl ? refu ? I to do so, and reprimanded McArdle for the Interruption. m. h.u i T, Greene, ,i lawyer, at So U Exchange I "avid ll Friedman, McArdle's private Pla. *. -i -mt ? , Stephen .1 McArdle, u ^..|i nf ttl j.l.iitiiiiii. and other witnesses te*tilled to the scene in court. Young McArdle admitted thal he had u revolvei In hla pocket which he drea nnd tired twice sfter Donnelly shot al hla father Tin- Ca - w Ul go On to moi row UR. ROCKEFELLER'S CALLER COMMITTED. I..ruin ? Reinhardt, father of the crank who tried lo gel aol.if .1. i> Rockefeller^ money, appeared in ih- fortville Police Courl yesterday morning. ii- bud noticed, he Bald, for tha his* year that bis son hid acted queerly .ii times, bul be hud never ? -i len l iiim dangerous. Ha told Police Justice Vo.irhls thal he would lik- to take charge of his son, nnd would asa thal ba waa properly committed to Minc Institution. The Couti declined to allow Reinhardt tn laka bia iway, Baying that ba bad had plenty of oppor lo send the young m.m away and ii. I n it don- bo: now the Court would relieve him of the i ri iblllty Justice. V'oorhla then committed j ?mn.: Reinhardt for examination .is to hui mental con litton. When b- w.is arraigned in courl he was nervous and prrsisti l in walking up and down the Inclosurv In from pf the h.ir. Finally be Hopped, and pointed al the Court nnd said: "l want my m.-ny. and want n bow I want no woman, nor to ba con? ni '? I with any woman by marrlugi I want free d-.m, and l don't wanl to marry." Then he Hr.irt.-d for ihe door. At one tune lt tonk four policemen to ri>tinin him. Tn visit Titi: RBOIMRXT ?nus EVRXIXQ. Inspector-General Thomas if McGrath will timk.* hi* otu,-lal visit to the Sd Regiment this evening. The ..rd. r f..r th- inspection ama only raoalved nt ?'Divorce, or Kiillhful nnd rnfnllhful " by "BUrgS***? Los. Kew an.I h.-np p,|iM?n of thi* ?'.-rk, which wa* highly i-omm-nili-d by Mr. *Slai1-ton-. "?? ?n ini Bcn?nt contribution to th* cr?*t**t an<t d**pe*t of all numio oontmverii**." i* now la pr*n, by Lovili, OarysU At Lo., Cunrniyir Buliding, "the armory on Friday nieht. ?nd %igg"^ i .? timmi - ..ri-f'i ri I '* until .???'?? '*??> * ' :r;:;:;,.:j;v :<<-'"* W'ri^rZ? which t . get "I"- men together. Colonel camp hope .,, hav ? ii good turn mt, however. ASSIGSMEST OF FR A SK RHONES, .v CO TOR WELL KNOWN ri umti'kk MAjnTFACT LTtERf" I NABLE TO REAMS***! ON AM 8ETA WHICH ABB BAID TO BX CBBD TUB MABIUTIE8. Prank Rhoner * Co. (Frank Rhoner and Ww** w. Bchutte), manufacturer! of furniture, at No. ? to tn Baal Twenty-thlrd-at, and No. ''?" ???* Twenty-aecond-st., made an aaalgnment yeaterday v.. i...ut preference, I i Harry s. Robinson. Mr Khoner ia oi.f the I i known furniture mari" - irera m rt... di) having been In buslneaa aboul thirty-five vhs. Bradatreefa reporta atate that h. up to law; from that yeal t, i-77. Fred and Conrad V"o l arere partnera aritl ,, ?i. ;,?..,- the style of ("Tank Rhoner * Co., whicl atyie luis beep > mtlnui I ever alnce, Th- Vogeli retired In 1*73, and Fred Bala waa a partner foi two yeara Mr. Rix ner then went ra alone anti IM), w*hen he admitted Mr. Mutta and ??]f/*^ Wlllerschmuen. bul ir waa said that they didJW ,-.intiii,:t. an) capltul Of late >-eara. t ls said Mr Rhoner tuts left the management and detail of Ihe business malnl) to his associates, devotini mii.ii of his time to outside enterprises. A rea ... ii i ago .'-its Rhoner claim l I i be worth near!) ni in business -ml iii real estate Investmeni H.- owns the h....- N.. Ti- 1. Xlngton-a*.-.. '?';'>-?<> H< \,,-i i::. and mi Mulberrj at., and conalderaoli ,,.,; ..- it- al Oreenpolnt, Brooklyn. I The firm's liabilities are n >\ definitely known, bill are reported to be over HW.000, with aaseta BOaUl ti illy much la - ,, Charles 1-: irConnor, attorney for the Him, ssi-r rda) - il the brm is p- rf- tl) - - - ? nt, hai i..iri... | no 1.1.'- due at th- present time Th pun. of th< . - ? ii -ni ls ;?. g. I ?> small ex in, lon i '? lin - Th. re ai ' ,m'n*?, d"? "', " ,-,, ,.;,- ,.! m nubs, rind as this la the dull time foi furniture minufaetiirli lng no buslnert until . > t. ls r, Mr' Rho 1.1 di ti rmln. I to take t.m? ?? .. , as ii- found he could no ' "t the j irs haa be. n called roi Kt, when ? bi it-Hi' ;.' of it.. flrm'si af-aii - will be i ? nd an er* . ikkeeper for rr. There li .- be. t. n ? 'r'" y :;,:; ... r. ind nil of Mr. Rhoner' real i Kate la In rlu le l In th- ?? ? MINOR BUSINF.88 COMPLICATIONS. Ti.- Twelfth '-'li ... ilnst 1 hon aa .1 Allen for on .: i.. Igmenl obtained against him on I ic, In tl Supreme < rt. The i ranted on the gro ind that he ls i i ld. nt of Net* .1 ? The Shi riff h. ? ta< bm.-nt for tl.Wl .-,,;.:.. t Andrew J. renter, drygoods dealer, of Albon - T. ? . .ti favoi . ? i: ti J iffra .v i'. . for il h> re. The atta i on live mpanl He was . ii n< .1 on . and was Insured, lt l-> li New -1 ork i ompanies. i >,.) ... keeper In . barite il ri - pim.' leislness of "The I wife" i *ni| rr -n-st., ".i an at* voi . w ) nkoop lt Il .. riaim d to i- ?] i foi printing ip. n The attachment t lt I - Ni a . ..ti,p.iv STot'l ' AN ACCOUNTING Nm li mL re I . t for theil Tm ? ? ' ll >? ?-" r. and . : .. were ap b< en pal I, ? :<? n I the ? - lend ia at hand i io mui nol , ? bank cl '- . ....i.i ui. la vrk. n;:\ vv I ? d' <;.>!.i> KXPBCTBD ? mi r '!'-:? ? I ? , ? ? th .; there v- III PAINTINOH IN THK CITY HALT. BEIZBD. I-. |-i-- Sherifl .': ^r.ri.iy levied on the i..i11 tincs ?, the .; i. ? t m..! > Room, In tha City Hall, ? ? tl the cit. aggi? gath [ about til ian r;i M .i- -ai i the were ? :. .nil er In tn: ar ot parttei i oi the J im.' pt operty, w hb-h - t H-i-i- Noll - a ia alao given to the I GRE I r Bl -// / OR HOG * TCEXBEB, ... ?-,..- rintel tl ..f th* H ? r:,.. I'revenl f Ci \ ali un I his al were bus) all da; y of app 11 ? rani . I tl ffices of I ty, No. is) . ? ? Th< i hortl) after 9 o', lock ?? the walting line extended fr..m the dog iv .oor. down tha mid halfway down tha block toward Fourth il ' ? time were there leaa than fifty people In -. in l n.-ii y ??< :? ii:..,, i to walt an ..r more for their tu*: I lela) waa entirely . -rt: . r ol thi so. let) ws ? Hon I .rms, . be Ulled - willi Ti fm the i ts for postal i.i.-i dropped Into .i i-.\ providi I for the j uri-..-. iii- majority ot Ihe applicants, however pre iii 'i ? desiri d ll. en - a on the spol In spti of ihe wide publicity given to the new itlons, there were mun) i.pie who thought tint lt sus necessary to take their d gs with Ih-*m, and many more who thought tl ii were to he issued alan for cats Tins misappre? hension probabl) Brose Mom th- announcement ts a ..ui I, for tha future, be exempt I mr- and destruction onl) when furnished with rofl ra ba ring ihe names and addresi th. lr '?-? nei s. v i-i- ? many applications for dog licenses wera it ide si thi off.: the Marni's Marshal, wh.-r. the) were formerly Issued. IBBAIGXBP OB Titi: CBAROR of AR80X. The firs nun who were "-Treated Munday ni-rbt by Inspector Mclaughlin's detectives on a charge ? ' bi m wera arraigned yeaterday morning before Justice Talntor In the Tomba Court. The men arere Timothy Rafferty, of No .",'? West Thlrty-alxth-at; Patrick M il i No, tad West Forty seventh-st.; I'etei Donnell N ? R i Fifty first, u . John Sharkey, S'o. .'ll Wesi i iftleth-st., and llernard Kiernan, No Kl* West Fifty-slxth-st. They w re r. man I I lay. SEIZURES HY CUSTOM OFFICIALS. Tl ?? ? | ? -lal agents of tha Cual im lion? yester I iy ll I ihree boxes of aigrettes belonging to Mrs. .'.. ir.. Martinet, ..t the L'nlon Square Hotel. Mrs. diirtini'7. arrived here from Cartagena, Colombia, on he s',.,,m,.r indianapolis, by way of Boaton. Tba Min- of the aigrettes waa placed al -?50. Tba Cua oin linus., nuth..riil-s received Information to th.* [feel that the aigrettes were to be r-..ld. Another lelzure u.is made of two boxea, containing two hats 'or women and two cape*, which were on th mani est of a Mrs. ll R. Relnklng A man named Jacob loni, waa on the passenger Hst, and his wife and laughter came down tu meei bim. After Mrs. Kein [lng*s good > I. id bei n p iss. J th. j were turns I ...,.r o Miss .i.ihl and were investigated by the special XORWSGIAX SAILORS BRWARDRD. The Police Commissioners al th-dr rneeting yea* ? i lay passed resolutions thanking Thorlak Korevtg, h.* mata, and Julius Jorgenaan and Tbomaa ichandy, seamen, of tba Norwegian steamer Hanan. or their efforts In saving th- Ufa of Edward denier, a pllotboat-kceper, and their rescue of the ? id) . f Pilot K !?? ard I.... i- The pilot v ns Irowned while trying t.. board the Ranan recently, md th- boatkeeper would have been drowned had t not i.n f-.r iii- afforta >'t the mate and ihe twa all..rs A present of f?0 was given lo the mate atm 'j to each of the sailors. BBMBMBRB MA TX ABD. 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