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?:-,, f. ?hl ?nable wedding of yesterday was that ,,,? Min- Charlotte ??amaon. a ?laughter of the ut ? Charlea Uamaoo, of this city, t?> Edward ????<? Ap pieton. whi.h vus celebrated at l o'clock In the gftirnoii. I? tec Church of the Heuveuly Rest, flfih-av?'. and POlty-gfth-et. Ther was a pretty ??oral .Icore ?ion In the chancel, and the church ?aa fill? ? With ?he friends of the couple. The bria,. entered the church with h<*r brother, John I, Lnnr-on. who ?O.'.-o gave her away. She wag at ,?rH ?? a beautiful gown of white satin, AotUKsed ?ith poult bice, which waa worn by her moth??!? at j,,r wel'lln?. and was abo worn by her six slaters on th??.' wedding aaya. Her veil, which waa <?f ?joint laee, vma caught rap with a diamomi star ?nd several small diamond pins. There were no ?glissa?!"!'*1?? The marriage ceremony was p?r forme.1 by the rector, the Rev. I >r. !> Parker Mor? ?an- Celen?! l'anici Appi? ton was bis brother's ?pat man. The ushers were Charles A. Appi? ten, jjiother brother; William J. Hale. Jr., of Boaton; ?. Murray Young, ("..-orge ?. Ferkln*. Richard Trimble ani William W. Dbeit, of thla city. Aft. r t?,f ceremony there was a reception at the home 0f the bri? es sister. Mrs. l-'rclerlc L, Lehman, ?,-? ;; University l'Ime The atarriage of M'ae Natali?? Hale, daughter e( the late ?Olonel Harry H. Hale, of Haverhill, j*?.?.?.. 10 Thoma? G. Gllroy. Jr., a son of .Mayor flUmy. '?00ti Place quietly at noon yesterday in the Roman CathoUc Church of St. Francis Xavier. la Slxteon'b-st., near Sixth-ave. Only the relatives 0f the bride and bridegroom and a few of their most Intimate frlemls were bidden to the ?ere? mo:.?, whi h was p.-i formed by the Rev. Ilarman Penny, of the Society of Jesus, before the beauti? ful altar ?>f the Sacred Heart, which la In the cast transept of the church. The bride recently be came a Catholic, having been Instructed and bap? tlie.l by the officiating clergyman. There were ?gather brideaaaaldg nahen nor maid ?>f honor. John j. (?Uro*?, brother of the bridegroom, was best man There was no reception. Miss Sexton, of Merrlck. L 1., was marrie?! nt I o'clock ?tslcrday afternoon in ?'?race Church, In Haa it ?ray, to the Rev. William Montgomery pearaey. Blahop rotter performed the ceremony. Mi's Molile Hash, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Btsh. of No. ICO East Eightieth??t., was married to Morri? Qroaa, of Ta\.ma, Wash., at 6:30 o'clock last evening in the Red Room .?t Detmoalco'a only relativ.? were preaeol at the ceremony, which was perform?* 1 ly the Hev. Dr, Rudolph flrneeman. of lit Temple Beth-El. this city. Th?? bri(tegroon. was t?ie Republican candidate for Mayor of Tacoma at th-? leal election. Miss (?ertrole Hahn w.is the nutd ef h .nor. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, David Qroaa, of Taicma, as best man. Tbe u?hers were I. Werner. Charles Levy, Morris Colemar. and the bride's brother. Roman Herbert Feah A reception, dinner and dance followed. Mr. gal Mrs. Qroaa will make their bOBM in Tacoma. Th? marriage of Miss Adel?- ?"aim to Dr. William M. Leenynnky, of this city, took place at 7 o'clock last ev< n:ns* al the home ?>f th* bride's perenta Mr snd Mr- Bmtl C. Calia, No :'4 East S?-venty-fourth ?t. The Rev. Or. Stephen *? Wise, of the Temple ftodOlph Bcholom, performed th?1 ceremony. Miss T.'.f.c Wallace and William Kyri.? Wallace, niece ami nephew of the br.de. wore her only attendants. l*r. Livingston Bpcagtr Hlnckley was best man El ward and Max Calm, brothers of the bride, were the ushers. There waa a reception after the ceremony. After a Southern trip Dr. and Mrs. I.e?Zynsky will Occupy their new home. No, M Macllson-.iv.*.. which 1? a wedding Rift to the bride in the Eighteenth Str.-et Methodist Episcopal Church, la Eighteen*. h-.?t . near Rlghth-ave., al I o'clock last night. Miss Eva i**rtrude Raker, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Stephen B. Baker, was married to G. Harry Abbott, of Baltimore. The pastor, the Rev. I>r. J. A. B. Wilson, was the of? ficiating clergyman. Miss Edith Dunlap was the maid of honor. There were no bri lesnia! la William 1'itchett. of Raltlmore. attended the bridegroom as best man. The ushers were Charle? Elseman, Harry Munson and the bride'? two cousin?, Charles Douehty and George Doughty. A reception fol? lowed at the home of the bride'? pareti'?, No. 329 ??Vest Eghteenth-st. The wedding of Miss Ella B. Holmes, daughter of Mr. ar. : Mra. Edwin Holmes, to John Stuart White was celebrated at 4 o'cio.k yeaterday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, No. 3. W. st Fifty second-?., ln the presence of the relatlres and Inti? mate friends of the young pe-opie. The Rev. John Hell, pastor of th? Fifth Avenue Pre?t>vter!an t'Aurch. performe 1 the ceremony. Miss Natalie Af?r.*t\ a niece of the bri le, w is ;he niaid of h >'a: Ther- wer* no bridesmaids Bamuel Cromerei! .Ae be? man and James Lake, Robert M.-<"agu<-, Mal? colm Stuart and Andrew 3. Mar<*h. brother-in-law of tho bride, were ushers. The ceremony was followed 6y e reception. The formal announcement Is made of the en ?agement or Mies Ella Wiltshire Homero)?, ?laugh? ter of J. P. Pomeroy. of Postoti, to S. Albert Reed, of New-York, non of the late Rev. Sylvan-i? Reed. The wedding will be celebrated in the kpiing. Mr. Reed h a member of the University, St. Anthony and Country ?dub.?. Washington. I?c.?. 12?Miss Mary Sh?rman. daughter of Senator John Sherman, was married at her father's home m this <?;;-,?. at noon to-day, to Jarr.cs Iver McCullum, who Is eoaneeted with the clerk's ofti?-* of the I'nlted State? Supreme Court. The ceremony was performed according to the Protestant Episcopal service ln the pres? ence of a lare:?? number of d.stlnguished people. Including ?ecretarb-s Gresham and Carlisle. Sen? ator?? Morrll!. Hoar. Hale, Aldrich and H'.ggir.s. Minister Yang To. ?he Chine??? Plenipotentiary, ani hla wir??, and Mltcltor-Oeneral Maaarell Kurllr.gton. Iowa Dee. 12 (Speciali?Miss Anna per?.s Schramm, of this city and .!. Kdwln Danne, of Chicago, were married to-night In the presence of a large cuueoarse of people, including nearly 1?*) ChlcH.go guests, who came In a special train of sixteen Pullman coaches. Among the guests ?rere ex-Minister Robert T. Lincoln, Mr. ?nd Mrs. C. R. Farwell an-l ?Olonel R c. cw.wry, at ?.'hi? igo, and Mrs. Walter (?. Qreeham, of Waah Ington. A brilliant reception at the home of the bni<- followed the ceremony. TUL EXONBBATION (>E MB. BBOCEWaT A REMARKABLE MAN VINDICATED. Prom The Hartf?ir<! courant. The furious attack upon thi? r? mark.?I.le man ?nd ?he Inatltutloa which will be hi? enduring monuni'in na.? ended in utter failure. Malice and perjury hav?? not prevailed against tin- truth. Wc congratulate Mr. Brockway and t??<? Reformatory. Rather we congratulate the ?Mate of New-Vork, the cIvlHaed world and the coming generations. THE OUTCOME WELCOME From Th- Springfield Re*pubtICai This ?utrome of any fair Investigation hi.?- !.e?n expe. te<i rrom the first bv those most familiar with the methods and results at Elmlra where, if agywhere, results have Justified methods It Is agit?me, therefore, as Justifying there anticipa? tion?, and as promising permanency to tbe method?? which ;t would have been a pubtk mistortune to have abandoned A CONVERTED MOVEMENT T? ? EXCUSE. From The Rochester I-ost-Kxpres?. ?Ve have no doubt that the controlling motive ?'Ith Oovernor Flower was hla feeling of regard for the fair fame of men that he knew intim?t? ly ?*>4 liked thoroughly. And so there was a eon? MNjBi movement among clique? everywhere to Palliate, excuse and cover up the Sinatra wrong A I ?HIJU?LATE WHITEWASH. ?""?"?r** The Bufalo Bapruaa The whole affair has every app.-aranc.? of ? de? liberate and shameful whitewash. The report of the Stale Board Ol Charities alone should have ?m (undent to cause (he removal of Brockway. The evidence brought oui before the commission wa* even stronger than tiiat obtained hy Ute board The ?velara of opinion in the* two Investigation? ? Havity against the present maiiap-etn? nt of the Reformatory. FAILURE TO RIGHT A (ll'.KAT WRONO. From The Rochester Democrat and ChroateJe. It* OUteOme will be a Bouree of arna?. rn?-i,t to tho** ?ho have follow?-<l tlie t? si imony. Ilro.-k ??'?*?'? ..?in .?tat.n.eiit? were shocking revelations of hi? methods of dealing with tb?? unfortunates ????.er ?.,,, charge, and seem grotesquely Inconsist? ent win, the ftndinga of the (Joveraor. Neither the ffood name ??f the State of New-Vork nor the ?landing of the Elmlra ir.Mltntlor, Will be ? B hanced hv this ml??-rahle failure t?, right a mon rtroiis wrong. a BUBBLE MUCKED. Trent Th. New-York Times ? fey?tl? H?e report of the majority not only Justin...? Oovernor Flower in dismissing tlo? Charges against the man?.gets, but rendered su?? h ? ?Jlrmissal Imperative upon him. There haa r>A Ooiti |,.-e?i a, , ??,,. |? ?Inch a biill.le has been Plow ? uy rumor to ao tremendous dimenatone; nor ? case U1 ?.hieh it ha.? more promptly and completoly ??olIap?e,) when It was puncture.l by an Impaniai aeaajtignuoa. A tmilMBM FOR TRI TII ANr> JCSTICK From The Iiinghamton RepubHeaa Every good man will rejoice in the verdict; for ?r.iy ?levuish malice .ould hope for th?- de-truction or ? goo?i nun* hIl,i ? ^,.??? Institution. Th?? ver? ?i?. "?' ** ""?"'??t?'' for truth, justice aad rtarbteoua "*?*??; It declares thai :? k?>'"l name cannot be de* tVi?k without ?ause; and It strengthens the mea Of the people than a good name cannot be V..1 on. ,a!'"> meten*??? and held through long >?*ars of iriultles THE C.OVKRN'iR I1AT8 HIS WOftDB. Fron? The Huff?.!?, Evaalag Kewa. R^hin ,'ro'kivHy wae condemned by the State ??gara of chanties Oovernor Flower said of him Ti...-"???' ?e be removed and aent to pi ?? ? " tVTTr_*,?"* tho ?*ov*mor*s own word? lie eat? '*1*-'m with remarkable facility, to hl? ?hame. MUSIC. Mi;. BTAVBNHAOEN. FIRST CONCERT. ^ Mr. Bernherd ftaveahagea had a narrow ssesps Issi night from the recent ?at us say experienci nf Mis? Bailey, it was his first appeena? in Amarles, and he gav?? ? concert In l'arivi?? Musi.? Hall With Maater Jean Gerar.ly, a roung violoncello virtuos.,. When ??.? of the six snnounoed numb?, ol the programme had been played u .seemed, In? deed, a* in th. 'infortunate case alluded to above, as If ,? transposition of th,? names woul.l l?? in sreater conformity with th,? situation a? li pre? ?ented Itself t.? the minds of the majority of the people in Csrnegle Musk? HslL By thla II la not m? ant that Mr. Svvenhagen played the pUnofoeTta Ilk? Miss l'.all.y. He did not. He played Infinitely be;ter, anel, Indeed, like an artist of the llrst class. Hut h<? made an unfortunate choice for his d?but ? woulel have? ?>.????? possible for a vlrtuoso-raustdsn of the rank of Rubinstein ..r a prodigy lik?? Joaef Hoffman to luve played .Beethoven's ?' minor con? certo so as to Impress his untine talent upon an audlenc? of strsagsn; but it was ne?; .possible for Mr. Btavenhaffen, and afte:? bo hael finished his task and, In obedience to applau-?? which Bounded per? functory in spHe. or because. ,?f ita persist?an??.?, had added a Chopin .prelude, which he played In ? nias terly manner, th.? Judgment of a discriminating ob earn t could only b?? that the boy Oersrdy, wtth lils performance of a ??oncerto by Raff, bud moved the popular bean much more potently. It was only after he had played th?? Hungarian Eantasle of his maater, l.iszt. which came last on the programme, that his merita as an artist Were eiiscloseil, and then It was to?> late to make th.? popular effect which his foreign reputation had led the music lovers of the ?itv to expect. Yet he Is a virtuoso i>:' splendid gifts anel obviously a mnste-r In hi? department. He has conquered the mechanics of his Instrument, ami mads it complet?is obedlenl to his artistic wi.l. He has warmth of feeling and thoroivh understanding, and, doubtless, under mon favorable circumstances than prevailed last nicht, he will win nnd hold the adnilratlein of those? who a,linlr?. blgb-clasfl pianoforte playing. As for the lad Oersrdy, the??? is but on?? renet t<> be es pressed, an?! that does not concern his playing al all. He Is somewhat larv for knickerbockers. His ione, his execution Snd his musical conception ?in the latter respe??t an exception nn?ht be niade with reSepecl to one of the two pieces played on recall Bach'fl familiar Air) are those of a nature and altee?,-ther exceptional Virtuoso. Whether sixti.ii ?er twenty-Six years ol?l, a Violoncello player of hla attainments is little short of a oarvel. an.l the? liKlKinent was not mistaken which gave him tbe lions share of last night's success The accom Mnlmenta to the concerto wen played by the Symphony Soedety's ?indiestra, under the discreel and masterly direction e,f Mr. Walter Ilamrnse'h. In the s.'conel part Master Gerardy's s,,l"s ware i?cce?mpalned by a young woman, presumably his sister, on ihe pianoforte, an.i accompalned excep? tionally welt /)/?. M?ILLALLT IS A DEMOCRAT. riUF.FI.Y ("ONCERXBD F' R TUP 1'KKSHVTKI'.V. ?G? ?elSAi'lK'iviv OF DR. PARKHUR-T. Th?? Rev. Et.?n. is P. Ifullslly, who opposed Hit resolution propoaed by Elder Th< nms A, Streng In the New-York Presbytery, which had in view the indorsement of it. ePsrkhurat'? w.?rk In th.? last campaign, was quoted as having ?????,| strong .mi unoompUmentsry language as t.? iv p.uk hurst's methods, and It was suggested that it was Inspired, not se? much by bis ..position to bringing secular matters before the Presbytery, as by the efsct of h;s King an out-and-out, uncomproalsli ?? ".?I. 1'r MuUally *.?? seen at his home. So ?. West Ntnety-thlrd-st . last nlRh! by a Tribune reportei ani nlterated that it was not his Intention to make any assault on l?r. Parkhurst. but he did not think that th?? ePreebytery, "the- ?Our! of the Lord Jesus ?Christ." hai any business With 1 ?r Parkhurs'.'s reform measures He Bald that Christ was not ?? ?oo;al reformer, and his Church was not a pbilui thr.?;.!?? society, but th.? exponent ,,f tt.?? OospeL "Had these? resolutions been offered OOtSMS Of the Presbytery ? would not have tuivt esnything but ?? ?" ?'Woul.l you have supported them"" was asked "Well you see "Would you as a private rttlsen vote fop a rcs.i lutlon Indorsine It Parkhurst "' "Weil, no. I do neet approve? his method.? " ? I'!>1 you vote for ?'idonei Strong"" W:-h som?? hesitation I<r. Muliaily confessed thai he imei n,,t in answer to forth? r questiona be aald ).?? had le.'V !' Veiteel for ? RepublKun ?X, ept f"I Horai-e Gre, ley "Is It not a fa? t. I>oct,,r," waa asked, "that on the nlghl of '.he ele? tlon you wer?? at the Tammany Ponila?? Club. No 446 Amate rdam-ave , watting for election returns ?" "Yes and at the Republican ?Club v.?," he said "It win be remembered that In ordei te? g.? ani n?-ws on election night we had to go to a Republi? can club after the cyclonic news r?gan to com?? Iv" BET?BE OP ti'. E TASDERRILT. MET DOWN Tin: BAT I'.V MR i>i:ri:w- IT was ? a 11 ? AT His HOI si: I_\ST N'KJHT THAT Hi? AST) MKs VAMeKlirii.?; HAD SONS OUT William K. Vand? rbilt arrived h're y.-st<?M.?y "t the IteamStllp Teutoni,? ar.d was m ; .. iwO the Hal by Cnauncey M. ?>?;?<?* on a togboat whi h bear? Mr. Depew'a name The Teutonic should hav? bees up t,? Quarantine twfOn 7 o'clock ? ? iterda) mon Ing. but ihe d'-i.se f?,? which prevailed kept her outside of th?? bar, and It was not until 130 o'clock p m thai the bande?me resse! drappi ? bei anchoi off Btspleton. Just as Bhe dil tha tu?.? mentioned r.?u alongside Of tha bit: ?hip On the tug wrt Mr. I?.p?w, S V R. ivssitir. Prank Poeterand it K Wescott, In ?? moment more the iuk was hw?>. :?i, | darting through the fog with Mr. Vaitderblll and his fl The little vessel was run Into the? slip ? ih? weal e.f the? gtaten laland fero landing, ai ? her ve i g?ra quickly climbed on the plei and ranlahen Efforts ? And Mr. Vanderbllt last nlghl wen fruitless. Mr. Depew was ???.??. bui refused to re? veal where Mr Vanderblll had goneB, and sakl; "He w?,.;?! noi .'..? y,??. anyhow. He has n<ithing I ? e?, any subject f.?r publication." Then the reporter ?railed si Mr Vanderbllt'* home in Plfth-ave. The le.um? ?as lighted up A ?*rvani rei ?? ? to anawer questions put to him. bui s?id that both Mr and Mrs. Vanderblll had ? ne out, and Intimated that they had gone <>ut together. DRY WEATMME IS S VE SEME SO. <?ld Nuremberg I? *?'-ttitig to ba ? pro ?peron? city. ? g ? < 1 many people visited it at tha Madtsoa eiqasn Oardea yesterday, in spue of the bad weather, 'iiie managan are confident thai if tbe ear?h and ihe air evel K?-t elrv anel stay so for a apiola afternoon and evisnteg the rtsltora will begin t ? n-aort to the shores ot the Pi-gnltz In large numbers Even as ii ?vas yesterday, the Mreeta looked rather fuller than they have heretofore ? ?no? thing should be remember?? ? by trava?en whe. are afraid of weather: it never rains In Nuremberg Itself; it may ram on toe WS) to it. but f.?r those wh ? ??? actually within Its walle It? p??? is ever cl'jii 11??' - ? ? TEA AXE SALA AT THF VOM AX'S MECHA SOM ?? afternoon tea and sale were ?riven yesterday afternoon at the woman's Bschange lunch :e?utn. No. 7 East Seveiiieeiith-st., under the patronage of Mis .lames Hurry, Mrs. B. P. Roe, Mrs charls M Pyiie, M;ss .1 I?. OSSter ami Miss Huhbard Tea aras poured '?y Miss Ktdd, and the white and gold china was included la lbs sale, jellies and hone mad?? cuke wre lilsp ?se.I of; Biso many articles of needlework and brlo-a-brac. Some fine Bketche? and BtdMngS Wert given by well-known ar!!?! . S?d leaflet? sontaintng originai poems were given bj Miss Lila Angelten Rice, ?-.tie. **.* i?e ? ??????1 of the qualm antluuea, vUm-h Included ormolu lampa, silver snuffers and odd peeces of china and ?lass. A most attractive feature e.r the affair wss th? library, which was eiiiglnate'l by Miss .1 Wreaks, and which contained mosi of the latest publications of popu lar writers A half-hour's search was all thai was necessary to nnd th- t?.k? if one p.,sse?:?,?,) quick Wil and a keen knowledge of Ul" lit'!? ??Tin: OMIEFFAIH- FEOEUOED IS LOS DOS. Ix?ndon, l>ec. 12. Sulivan and Hurnand's ? ew com)'? opera, Ihs Chieftain." was produced st the Bavoy this evening, it ?sa? G?????????"? esthualsatl? rally, snd snnj Bomben went encored. The scen? ery was magnificent. Sir Arthur .Sullivan conducted the orchestra, ?nd Afn-r the la*t curtain Ii? ts ?ponded to the tumultuous osila by appearing arm )n-aim wl'h Mr, Rumami. IIOSOR1XO COSSI I. til.SF.R.4L BAMBEAMOS, The n??v p.iiG'sh Consul Ossessi Percy .Sanderson, was the rues! of hOOOT al ? '?1????|? glv.-ti al I?e| iiioiiico?? on Tii?"day evening by Haroll Sssdsnon, t,,.? pri'Sidvit ol th?? St OsorgS'l Society. Tic?. I who nt down to dinner were \\. M Msessy, ? A Racker, Mward UtchteM, iierk.;.< Mostyn, Henri Wreaks, Oeorge Massejr, H. simmond?, W. H. Bucknall, F, ?. BnUthers, .' Ur*. Smiihers, F. W. J. Hurst, B. i" Dedali ?, Msltlsad Kersey, ?>-??? ?; Henderson, Qsorge Austin Morrtaon, the- president uf t'n Bl Andrew's So.lety; (l!ll>er! Fras-r, British Consul at New-York; a. m Tosmsend, Henry Harne Hug!? Hill. Augusius V. Sheperd, .lames A. VVnghi oswaid Sanderson, L. B. Btoddart, vernon H BroWS Percy Chubb and J? hn MovrtBOS Most nf th???? are ofBcoi. of th.- St Oeorge'? See ii?fv and many of then rspneaal the- siiamship Interest? of the port. The health of the guest pf hr.no- was proposed by his host, and responded t,?.ri a -i.i-v vein, ar.d toasts were ala? ?Irunk to the St. Andrew'a Bot let ? and the ho?t, Harold .Sandemon. ???t*? Au?tln Morrison re?pondlng to tb? former. IMPRISONED HY HER SISTER BRRIOUfl CHARGEi AGAINST A WOMAN AT HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N. .!. it ia SAin that shf* ?;<>t COKTROL ???" -v TRUST KPTATE UEFT Bt HKIt FATHER, ??1? VTRBM MBB BIBTBn . -? ? ? rkOM VKliMoNT V". Ui 111 : t ? ? sur*, \v.\s huit ??? am? ? ? ?-t ? PRMONEB ??? \ TEAR Th? attention of the Orand Jury of Bergen County. ? .1. on Monday tv,?' called by the l?is triet-Attorney to an alleged ?trange caae of cruelty and underhanded work, and n ?s expected ihm an Indictment may follow agahtat Miss Miry Merrltt, ..f Haahrouek Helghta, .?ni .lohn Van Orden, a boerder m her house, for cru? ity and false Imprison? ment or the woman's slater, Mr?. Kendall, .t Per? rteburg, vt . and for the wrongful uae of trust moneys belonging to an retate John Herts ? Wlnana of this eiiy. counsel for th- plaintiffs, maki I the folloertng statement in this strange caee: "About ten years ago George Merrltt, a politician and real-estate dealer, died In this city, leaving property valui ? al about $?.'????'. to but arlfe, to be held in trust by her for their four children. The mother and the four children are sII alive, Georg? ?? .? plumber, Charlea is a bualness man with an nfilr.? a; NO. ]n Wall-St.; Augusta te?cune ih?* wife ,,r otie Kendall, of Ferriabur?. Vt., and Mary Mirriti never married, and baa been living for some years at tiaebreuck Height?. "The mother, who I? now extremel) feeble, being ninety-oil?? years of age, ha.? always lived with her ?Ingle daughti r, In a home purchased, aa the rest of ti?.?? children supposed, with money taken from the trust, and In her nani?', but whlrli Is n..w found to be In .Mary Merrltt'* name. "It seems that for the past few yeara this Mary Merrltt, who la aa aiutare, peculiar-looking spin? ster, has exerclaed complete control over both th.? person and the acttona ..f her mother. T.. such an extent has vh.? .arici this influence thai she ha? obtained complet?? rentrai of all. or nearly all. ..f the catate, and haa invest??.? it in the boue? and lot at Hasbrouck Helghta, aad la Oovernment bonds, which (he always carries alioiit with h.r Ln a black satchel, "??n November <>. IMI, h-r slater, Mrs. augusta Kendall, of Ferrlaburi*, Vt , left h.r hum.? and ?ame to this city t,. ?.?>? her mother. Her huoband had Leen sick some time, and sh?? cam. here to get some of the trust money fumi ??.t m?.ther. ?s she was sadly In need, and coiisld<Ted lhat Bhe KM entitled to some help from the .state. She went to her brother ?"haH.-s, and was toll by htm that her mother wa? llvtnir at Hasbrouck Heights with their sister Mary. Sh?? w.ni t.. I la?l.r..u. k Helghta and ttiat was th?? lust thai wa? beard from h.r until a few da>s ago, Her brother? h? m m this city supposed that she had got what she wanted and returned to Vermont, ll would appear that there waa omi estrangement between the chil? dren, as communications wer?? Infrequent aa ? brief "/\ fee daya after Mrs. Kendall left Vermont h.r husband died, and about Ihe same time < communication reaebed FVrrtaburg that his wife had inn away and Ieri him He was bur.ed. an I aa they had no children th.? townspeople took it foi granted that th.? report w-a? true. "Lesi Monday morning .?? poor, emaciati ?. wretched-looking creature, with searcel) a stlteh ut clothing on her back, crawled out of a celiai window of th?? house in Hasbrouck Heights ... ph ? by Mar? M.-rntt. hei boarder, and h.r mother sh?? could scarcely totter alone, ?nd ihe Cist person whom ?h.? met wa? in. on? ? t.. ?. thai lo? saw a spectre. It was no s|?? ? :r??. hoe ever, but Augusta Kendall, wh.. more dan one >? sr !?? fore ?;.? ? enti red tbal hou* I ?? ??)?. aid for her dying husband, and had been kept .. cloee prisoner, aubject io the moat brutal tr? itment, .. ? her condition showed Bhe told her pitiful and h?r brother? were sent for" Ht brother? sought the legal advi e ' Mr ? nans, an attorney with an fflce at N< h) Hi idwaj this elly and ? ill? I their alai ' ? u in ex ? inai ?? of I he matt? ?. Th their m. thi : ? ? ? :? tl) lieh and ihrti - an: an: angry .**??? ?ait that her aimer, Mrs Ken dell, was craay, *?? ? ha I been so ever ali |0 s.??? her ?Ver a yea: ,??,-... ?G.? :??? I a stori ? ' mui'li troubli she ;.?? I ha . in (?ki?.* ? ..??? of h ? ? keeping the fa -t from ih?? ? ? dlsgra ?? upon ?;? family. Tb? ir..t;>?r? were f..un 1? 1 Acting 00 tl?? ad? I??? Of th. .r counsel, ? ?\ I ?- k thCr ?i?ter. Mr? Kendall, t?? ?!,? rialnnen of the M?-i: ai Hospital Hack naa<-k Altera ereful e? ?mlnetlon *.?? pr m in. ? ? ti? r perfect ? .:. ; ? hearing ih? at .rv ..' her ?'??er a rruell :?? Inaurata criminal proceeding? .r..? and ImpriBonment Th? broi Kendall l-i?v?? had h? r otan Ha kenaaeh Hospital, where ah? - - ? vertng ghe saya that when eh? applied t . her m Ihei for mone) more than a ?ear a??? her ?i?ter Mary ?ht? I nd fed her ? ? ?? ? r let ! ? - leave :h? ho i?? l?. ? that th- do? tor wo ild not lei her talk f irthei AitoKether it i? n ?trange ? a??? Sun?, will siso b atltuted for t ? ???.?.* th?? trusl property. HOW TO ?MPB0VE TENEMENT-BOUSES I ???.-??? \*T U ?>"". .'I* Till ?"\'?? Of MI'M.TM SPKAKI Rl FOI ?. - im: rjoon novi CIA'B OP THK ??? \--????:!.\ DIS kl-T The \tti A??? ii.?.!'. I I ."..it. held .. meeting laei ? ?? No t .*?? Mark's Place, and tha oueatlon of "Hoe te ? prove Tenement House Life" waa ? ? ' Preii ?en? vvikvn, ..f the Board ??' H??eHh, and Ivlwar ! Marshall, secretary of the ? .nen? ?.: II..-?? ? ".-Vtiiiiv!**??!? ?? were the prtn.|;?tl ?( ?IK. r i: ', gart ? ' ?? ? ? proal ?? : IT seed ent Wilson tati thai th. H u*d ' Hi ikti ?raa .<? ing Ka beet to the ? pie Rvtng In ... ? th? lea of ofseervlng ? ? ? p ild t it ? than 7<) pei ceni f the ???(.G?? ?. ; ?? ? lat?an lived |? -???. "H ?? it..? d rtj -f :?'.? ? ??' ? Bf li? ill "to make ,? semi ?? ll ' arri ru do this s fore?? .<t r.?rt> ihre? I ., ? the snarl try ? a la i-equlre I." Pn ?-m then ?)??? ci ?!?? I the \ dice, "I ?m or o..,r,i ?? said he, '*lh ?? ihe force - I.? Increased by twenty men There ah >i : I?? .?? : ?? ? ?Militai j mu ir, ? ?II? emei In.-p ????.: I "I would ah ' suegeel t?..it the police offtVei desal?e?! rOr ?anttary duty Btriould h.?\?- ? ape .? nti,.? ? ? . have some kr?.? ? ?. ? *_ ? - .f plumbing." President Wilson then nave ?-me valuabl? * . Ilona 11? aald tt.ii ine cellar? ami basement? Bl ,n i? ,,t ?essi half-was above ground and the height "f the celling aheuld n??' !*?* lees lhan ?-!?? h : feet. Th?? wall? ..f Ihe tenement house? should not t. papered, but painted, whitewashed or kai-.? mlii? l ?'rotoli wstei should be introduced into tenement houses generally: ihe air?ela >.r thi leni ment-heuse districts should ???? lighted by eie? M an : paved with ssphalt. baths ahouM be ? fr?-?? if possible, en? If noi ..t ?> nominal ? barge; thi re sh..uld be sufficient !li-*iit from the window* bj day, and if noi the halla should be lirhi???! artificially l.uth by day und night; ih?- Hour.I ..r Health ?hould have th? power t?? i^oeecuti the oernen of ien< m?.m bouse? for overcrowding; park? should !<?? laid out al every available tin-athlus apace, snd Ihe Board of Health should hav?? charKe of th?? plumbing and drainage regulations of a ?..?.? Recretanr Marshall, of the Tenement-House t'om mlaalon, then r.-ad a panel ? ? *.-1. ? ? a hielo? <>r th? tenement tataiee syatem in See rorh snd describe?! the w-?>rki?w of ih? fomnalealen since it was a|. After th?? discuss!..? the ?lui? passed s resolution ??aluna for ih?? continuane? of ih?, work of ihe Lexow Committee Mil ASP MRS TiRADlIT PARTIS HOMI ALAIS Mr and Mrs Bradley Marlin wer?? Hinonir the passenger* on the nteamer Tentimi?. Which arrived her?? yeeterday, The Teotoalc had to cota* t.? an'hor ofT Rehbta's Reel Ihsi niith(. on amount of the fog. and b.r passengers <-<,uii onl) gaae wisi fully on the llrhts of New-Vork when the foK cleared off. and resign tbemaelves t ? another night in their floating prison a Tribune reporter boarded the vessel an I saw Mr Marlin, win. wa? kwklng well and who waa evidently Rind to ???? home nlt.ilii Mr. Martin salo thai ?? and his family had ?peal th?? summer and autumn ai Balmacan, In S. ..Hand, where th- shooting la Un Joy ut Ihe aportamen Mr, Manin entertained IOS people dm in? his four monlbs' stay "?mil ih? heather," nnd before Ihe guns of hi? guest? '???> heed ol gami had fallen Among these wer? fifty n??? stags, which had ben kiii.-d by -kiiful "stalking," .logs being allowed to chas?? ih?? Rame. Bradley Marno jr. Howard T. Manin, and Bherman Marita also ?aine over with their parents. oysters ABI* D1PBTMBB1A. TO the Editor "f The Tribune. Sir: in regard to lb? epidemic ..r typhoid fever, ?,i.i in, pi traced to the eating ??t eyatera tak???? from the rivr heda where the water? *?? eon taminaiei b| wwage, ? would wiggeel that M ha p,,,.;, the duty ol ti.. I'ish OommieetoBei t.a .1. inn all oyster bed- plant.??! In .laminale I strvaau. The Plah Ciimmlerioner kaowa tha p?' siiion <>r every opetei bed; and ih? ?\??> rt?amera, the Orampua und the Firhhnwk. ar.? constanti) piyini; iiPout the waters ef ?>ur eeaai looking after, reporting upon, protecting and atock lag oui ?.? lisherles. The cmimiMslon 1?, therefore, well egtuppe?, and i-ouM give speetal atteatton ??. thi? matter with Utili* extra tap?nee, If properly em? powered i.\ Coogreai ao t.> do; and this coui ? would insure eafeiy to ihe consumer aad guarantee conrtden.e in th?? ?lealei The oyster output of the I'nlted Stete? for (he year KM amounted io PXPPAFll bneheta, valued at flf.IH.lt7 '?????? thlb valuable nd.:-:i>. v. hi.'h give? employment to ao many men and ?????? in, and which calera to th? enjoyment of ?? large a part of our people, nee.] not be nnnrciSBBrltj paralyzeel. New-Tork, Dec. l-'. UM. OEOROE P. KUNZ. ?JAFAX'S ALLEGED OUTRAGES. MNI8TBR ?G??.?? DENOUNCES THE STORY AS FALSE. UK aiVgg REASONS WHY TIIK ATFt'H'lTlES KK i*'?r;TKi> COL'LD ICOT HAVE OCCURRED IAPANHSK DtaCIePUMC VERT STRI? ? ?'S" TRI" P< ?INT. Wsshlngton, I lee, ':'. The Japanese Minister ex? presses the str?mtest disbelief in the reports of the atrocities allege.I t, have been commltte?l by the Japanese troops at Port Arthur. He ?lots not hesi? tate i.? denounce as unqualifiedly false the state in? u! contained in ??n.? account telegraphed from Yokohama that thiTe? was an unrestrained reign of murder hi p.,p Arthur for three day? after It? rapture, ani thai practically all of the inhabitants w.-r.? butchered in cold blood The high reputation of Marshal ? ?yaina. whose orden to his troop? against ex,.sse?* of any kind wer?? of the strictest nature, and the dtsctphne maintalne?l in ihe .Jap? anese Army, In his opinion, rendir SUCh a stale of thlnga Impossible. He beilevaa, therefore, that these reporta are? egroealy exaggerated, anel thinks thai the? otti.dal aceouni of what re-ally happened. Which will .?Mainly l.e? mad.? public, will prove? theni to be Set. Th.? Legation has as yet no definite advteea upon ih?? subject beyond a report that a numiier <>f Japan see laborers who ha?l been armed with swords for - iwii protection, entered th.? town ?luring th. *??" ????" ,?.??.,,.. < .. ,< ? . v. ...? .??.... ........ . .... bil?!?? .ml wen guilty ?>: rome exce bcs. After tho? ughts at Kin-?'how and Tallen-Kuan, the Japavse ? bid were found decapitate and othe<rwlse horribly mutilated. It is pos-ni?;?? that th?? Japanese laborera. Inflamed by the recollection <?f these atroclUes and Intoxicated by liquor found In the captured town, may have done some ,? the acts alleged while ?he wt arsa going on. but the ofllelsla .?t the Legation .ir. positive in the belief that tin- act? charged could hav,? rone no further than this, and ar?? certain thai the culprits win be, summarily and aeverely dealt with. Th,? circumstance? attending the? capture < ?f I '??rt ? rt nur ?how that something of this kind might ? ISll) have h ippe:??-I It was not until late on the afternoon of Sovember ?1 thai the rieht wing of ihe Japanese army entered the town. Som.? ,,f the forts forming the coasl defence still held out. anel ihe battle practically continued all night and until l" o'clock the next morning, it may have been :hat ?luring ibis Interval excess?? wen committed by i-amp foil..?vers, bu; l! is not b? Itev. ?I by th?? .lai,?n? es?? Ministen* thai they could possibly have be,? ??ItIi. r of tii?? nature- ..r e.f th?? extent described, OBASD AHM)' BUTTON OF NO AVAIL? CABO <?!' MICHAEL, UleiAN, TUP VETERAN, WHO was ??, ? ? v;i:i> ??.? thi?: PARE ???a???? ?? ASK G"? ? ? tS'PI'TMKNT F ?R COMMISSIONERS The faillir?? .?f Ih.? Park Board to r.-instate Mi? chael Pigati. the war MV-ran, who was discharged about a month ago. may hav,? serious conse? quences, s?? i?: as ePrestdent Clausen and Commis? sioner Tappen are? concerned, A number e.f veter? an?, under tbe leadership of Colonel Edward M. Isii.e\. will take up lh,? matter and pr? sent the facts t" th?? Grand Jury wlih a ?lew to having Justice done i'olonel Kno\ was Been at his home, So -?'? BSei Elgbty-third-st., lust night, and said h?? w??u|e| g.( ?..;.??? the Grand Jon to-dsj and ask f.?r the In? ? Ii tnniit ?e( Clausen, Tappen ;????1 Superlnt'iulent l'arsoiis for violating Bcctlon? 71?; ana "17 ??f the f \tg4, whi, h pr.?vi?!?? tlm! no veteran ?hall '? removed efrom either th.? Park or Kir?? depart III.' I - lllV??-^ feel I ? ?? So. ?M Ba?1 Blxtli th it ," - ?. ? Knox, ? a driver In 'he em? ploy .ef ti,. I'ark I ?? t? ? ' ? ?ut eighteen yean there has ????- I.t? a ebarge >>f an\ km I ? him He ? ?- a private In mi -ommand every battle in wl ? thi irmj ot the pot ornai v >k pu?, from Bull Run to Appomattox, ?? ? we- mustered out In ibis clt) in July, l*??'.."?." '. In the high? -t !? rm? of ? ????? ?, dallv f >r \ .ar? AIM ?"??????? was transferred to Mveratde w neh Ce?? eparkmen consider equivalen! to a men are kepi there onl) as : : g a- ine appr ?. ? ti ??? wa? discharged ' w?. ?|.?\ ? later. "I eu I oa th? Mayor," laid ?Colonel Kn..x. "ani nd then up ?n ihe man a ??? . ? .?.....,. ? ? . ? ?gain dli harged ? tgaln Infbimed, h?? wrot? I i'irk n >?i ? mi thi man was reinstated but ? ? ,? ? .?. ?? ! ?II the pay ).?? ha . refii?,?.! t.> take the ? ? " n?e limili Army btltton." said Colonel ?????. veterans, whil?? it really ?h ild ? in advantage." BAEEIS WILL BI SVEEENDEEED. OHIO AITHOIUTlt- READY Te ? TURK RIM "VHllt run ??! fi' ? a ? tv*m encw-Tong anali, I'???? U William ? 11 irr'.?, who was iy on a ?art ml fr.im \. a Y .rk han ng ''?!:'? ?with trrc ,? - li still at tbe h ?? :"v m rnlng bli .??' ? ney, ? Ml? hie, calle ??? ? . , ? .? ten an ? dem ut led ? ' .? ' ? ? e ??..? ? $?,'??? ., ? ' and rome papers I on the plea that It waa held for ? ..ori ? ?Men. e * telegram w ?- racetved fr >m ln ' ., ?. Sen I 'k. this morning. ?: ?ting thai ?p til. ? : arould be here ?? so-in a? p? ... ,.;.>-...| Harrta sill tn.ik. .? tight against returning, but ? . be surrendered to tin S'en Yorb authorities He first I known here ? ' ? in IM, he tri? ? big h,???!? ni svili ent lite, He u ? l io s'.art in Insurance c-ompao) ? ?ti the ?ecret? ? ?? ? ? ? Ian He - n ? ? In ??. inlstng ths ? w ??? . ? ? a < ifiltal e.f SUO ????. an i ?... ? well known ita Innati people on in- II ? Thi ? fell 11 . He Semes and Una:,' Itolithern Pu? I ?Ompany a' Ma) ? , . I ?: H II ? ? ' B dl pped oui ?? right and wi forgotten until hi arresi Tuesdaj The pt ? ? ? ? fu.-it?. ti t??, justice ? ? save up m? ii.ru.? in Washington," he said. ? !.. ? ..m. ia i?i?i.? in ih,? interrai ??: m; >patenta ? own n ' <? at No 1 ', It, \ ?t Noithw.sl. In the . ? ; ? ? .i l. which I rented lo assodale Justice While ??' Ihe ' !ii!.-l s?.it? s Supreme I'ourl ? e.n Mi Mietile t.. hring sul) In the 1 HIt.-.I States . oui ? sgalnsi ? ;? ??? ? al ? hui .? k? n tiee la Ihe ex ?lu? ? ? lenti Hantln, of Harodi \ ? toi ??? ? ' ?en??! al of the sia'??, and others foi ihe return of m. wns making all mj preparailon? for this dill which I yel expert to bring and whi. h will Involve sonn? other men ol National repute ? es t tu recover damagei commensurate with the f th-? Injuries sustained b) m< through the a? tvns of ih ..?, . ? :... khotders of the Am? rt? :tn ?las Companj p..p. ? ar?? being pn pa red in ihe Districi Attor tu ?s ,,(1|e-e for r Ii.- extradition of Harris II is al I...?.?,I that Hands was manager of the lo-neral Electric e',as a?? I Iron Company II la allege?! thai between Pebroarj S snd March !' last he buc .? in g.iin?? ?7.'"?? from Charles F Wandln. Harris succeeded In getting Bland?a'? ronftdence an.l indu? ed him '?? pui SIAM inte, th? company on promise? ol being se|..i...i for an Important pi.?, e lu the management. The concern, however, wool out of existence before any of the promises were tuiniie ? - f.-, ? OF INO FOE i:n.4l> BEPOBM. lll'KMMl.l: AM? PUTTER e-eil NTIIV ??.??. THB SBCCssm or ?a??ta????? <*? m ?i . hiohwats Ptlcs, Dec. 1- ?S|.1st) The Hoard of Supervisors ..r Herktmer County giani'? ? ? healing io ih?? etti? Of Ihat comi! ? on Pi- ?iibjeci of geio.l roads this afternoon County Judge ? E. Bbeldoa maeie a apeech ;?? favor of road Improvement In behalf of the wheelmen's orssntsatloa of Little Palis. Roberi M.ie-kliitioii, the Little Palls manufacturer, explain??.! methods e.f lOsd-maklng usad in Scotland. Michael lt?e|eii? k addressed the board on behalf of th?? farm? ,.r, The Rev. R B. Bykea, s.-h.?oi Commlaatonei eElwood and ??"?? ' ?polte. .-'up? rvlsor, \\ II BatOS Opposed the c.uinty r<?a 1 ?y ??m. and' BBjd tbe pr.vallltig sentiment of Ihe county wa? in favor ??r sotas system nrhereb) the ?,,.?,? tasas /ho.iii Im ?.???? n? money ani exesended ,,, lei competen) supervision, woolly divorce?! from politica ? ?? -'d'iti,,? war- unanimously adopted appointing Wheeler Knipp, Milo Moore SfM I'rauk E. Htepnem a st.ill leeiiimi'i" lo devise s nea system of rosA? hul'dlng. The? matter was then made a special order f..r Saturday im'Tlilng. lAngStOB, Dee VI (-pedal), The road reform movemeal is egrowtng spsoe Is IHater County. A f.w .lavs ...-'e the Hoard of Bupsrvlssrs approprio ted ji.j.'^i dlrectl) ff'tn the county budget, and this afternoon the Hi nil Jury connected with the? ?*ir ??uit ?'eeiirt bcoughl in a preeentssenl rtnsuilng tbe Commissioners ol Hlghsrsys e.r the town ,,f lister f.,r the ar retched condition of a epubltc road lu Dl? trlcl So ?'?. known as Hi. < ?!d Hurl???? lload. and .,,, ||.,|| neglcci In leaving it Is a dangerous con? dltlon for . irs. TSOMtSEST AFE?TALA AT THF noTFl.S BRUSeWICK Mb -i.eines e liant, of ?Ottawa, and John I'e Korea, of Chicago. CA miikiimik Min Mat? (iarreti, "f Pallimele FIFTH AVBNUI egenator William D. Waabbura, 'ef Minnesota, ?nd ex-Governor Samuel T. Hauser, of Mentana <?n. si'.v Oeneral Joseph B. Csn, of Trey. ROIXAltD Thomas l-owr\. si Minneapolis MURRAY HILL " Senator C, it. .Parsons, of Rochester, pauk avr Nt ? BS S'Tiaio,? A H. P?elelock, of Nebraska. WALHoHF-Ex-Senator William I'lr.kney Whyte, of Man'land. OBITUARY. AUQUITI LAl'RKNT B?RDBAU. Paris, Dee. 12.-M. Auguste Rurdeau, Preslilent ? of the Chamber of Deputies, died at 8 o'eloeU ihls morning. He ha?l been suffering from confc-eatton of the lung?, but the Immediate cause of death was embolirm. In ?onseqnenee of the death of M. Rurdeau Invitations to all offlelal banqueta have M. nt'RDFAT". been cancelled. President Caslmlr-Perler and all ih?? Minutera and foreign diplomata .-ailed at th?* Palala Rourbon to-day and Inscribed their names ln the visitors' book as a mark of respect to his memory. Th.? funeral .<f M. Murdeau will take place here on Sunday without relli<-tous ceremonies. Auguste Laurent BurdeUU was one of the eleven Deputies elected to represent the Rhrtne Depart? ment, and was one of the mont learned and popu? lar politicians In Fran.?.?. He was forty-three years old, havln?; been born on September 1?*, MR. Dur? ing; the Franco-ITusslan war he served until wounded and taken as a prisoner to ??ermany. In November, MM, he became chief of cabinet in Paul Herfs Ministry of Publie Instruetlon. Four years later he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies, and did excellent work on th? budget and other Important committees. In MM he was .?.? of tlie four ?-"r.-n.-h deb'srates at the Interna tlonal Labor Conference opened In Rerlln by Km I eror William. He was also Minister of Finan???? in the Cabinet of which ?. ? 'aslinir-l'erler was Premier. M. Burdeeu was decorated with the ?ro.ss of th?* Legion of Honor for the bravery he displayed while a soldier He was the author of a number of works on identifie, philosophic and educational subjects, and was formerly professor at th?? Louts-le-Orand Lyc?e. LIEUTENANT CHARLES ?. It? ?????. Postoti, Dec. 12.?Charles M Rohan, military editor of -Tiie Globe,*' died at the Emergency Hospital this morning. Death was caused by apoplexy. Lieutenant ?'harb-s Baromo Rohan was born In Longwood, Mass., in 1841?, and wa? educated in ihe public schools ..f Brookline. When the war broke out, although he was only a lad, he received an appointment on (he staff of General Andrews, then in command of a division in front of port Hudson. He served with the Oeneral there and at Key W'.si At ih?? close of the war he served for two years as muiterlng-out ofhVer of th?? De? partment ,,f the Gulf at New-Orleane. Th.ii he ? lalgned .mi I came back to his home and ensai?'-d in th? Insurance business, 'ak'ng a position with th? Main?? Mutual Life Company. In I*''.!? be loin.??! the Roxbury City Guards, and later accepted a position ?.? tii. honorary ??aft of the company. t'pon the death of the late George H. Patch, Lieutenant Rohan was appointed to tbe vacant place of military editor of Th. Globe," whb'h he had sine.? held. He Marea ?? wife and three daughter?. DR W WILLINC, THE REV The Re?, Dr, w c. W;:i.m?, lately paator of the rwraty-fourth Stnset MethodUt church, of this city, died at Margaret te ville Delaware County, N. Y . on Tuesday. He waa about alxty-??? yeara old. Dr. Willing w,,s educated G?t the law, und practised la the West for a number of years before entering ?he ministry after entering the ministry his lee*al exprrtei I hla servie? to be greatly In de? mand m conducting mtntatertal triais. ? I>r. Willing w-as a member of the R.x-k River. Ill . Methodist Confer nee, in which be was s presid? ing elder for eighteen yesrs. and he mil h'.s w .fe are widely known a? writers for rvtajrhnia periodicals snd In eetabllahing new church rnterprisea On m Ing to New-York from CMcago he had charge, together with the Rev Stephen Merrltt, of s num? ber of downtown churches Lasl spring, his health faiiini- htm, Dr. Willing took .? pai.?t ? can's, ta ihe i'*it?kiu?. hoping to derive benefit therefrom, alttwuKh he kepi .? nominal residen??? In Nee Vork Amone the rnergea h?? haa had were rhurcbea :n Chicago. Springfield and Preepoet. III. I >r Wllllns wa? a brother-in-law t>> Bishop Pow? 1er, ?' Mlnneap? Ha As s man .?: ? ? ? reacher he wa? well si ? rsvorablj known. H? leave? a wit? The funeral srlll ? >k. pis ? al his New York . th? Hera ? > aliai No. '.'.t West Thlrty-second ? m ?rr ?w Mr? W Ming an ? ? .? \?. rroe have b en preparing thla .-hap?! for > mlseton and this will be the iirst pu held ___ GEOROE P. HECKER. George F. Hccker, ? memi.? r ..f the Produce Kx chanse and ? ion of Oeorge V. Hecker, the well known flour m< rchant, died at his h ?me in this nty yeeterday from pleuriey. He had been III for tomt time and retired from active work several He was thirty??? ven yeara ? I. Till: REV STEPHEN I ?. DEMARBST. The Rev. Stephen DuKola Derturest, ? ?ungi of the Rev Dr David i? Detnare?! presMeAl of the faculty .-.f the New>Bf"qnsw1< k ?? eolog ca! Seminary, died at hi? faih.r's home, Seminary Place, New? Brunswick, at I'M o'clock on Tuende] evening He w^h iwrnty-sia years old and ? graduate? t Rutgers College aad tbe Theologl? il Seminary On account ol 111 health he recent'?}, ri ? '? l le pAstorate ..: a ??.?.????? al I ?.nl church .?: Pre? ott, Aria. L? H'lSF. R( ?TUSCH ILD Berlin, Dee II Loul* Bothachlht, widow ?f the banker. ? '.?ri Rothach ! dl( I tod iy. ????G? MM N< ?Tl .' Thomaaton, Me. Dee i" Mrs Margaret ?' Rug gles .lied yesterday, aged nlnetj three yeara She waa the widow of ea L'ntted Btatea Senator John Rugglea of Main?* and youngest daughter of Cap tain John ?'?for?.?, of Watertown. Mass., who was ? oaptaln of artillen iti the Army of tin* Ri \ ilu don under General Henry Knox. im ahury, Miss.. Dec in Nathan We Is, ? native of Ameebury, and said to be ih? oldeet Free Maaon In the L'ntted Btatea, died at his home last ni*-ht. aired eighty-eight years He w.i.? .?? member of Warren Lodge, of this niece, having been in the ..rder for about Mat] ..?-ars I'RISCEToX SESIOR ELECTIOSS. KAMBa OF THK '!>'. Mi:N HOXORETJ BT THE VOTE8 or THEin ' ?.?.-?-???i:s. Prtacetoa, ? I., De? '.-' (Speciali The senloi class held an exciting .las* election last nlghl In Examination Hall, and the following officer? wen chosen: Pr?sident. Chrt?ty Payne; master of cere? monies, Thomas G. Trenchant; secretary, Andrew ?'. Imbrte; class orator. Howard E. White; poet. Wil? bur M. ITrhan; historiar, .lohn F. Weis?. Ivy oraiu?. Wim? ? Butler; pr?sentation orator, PraakHn ft. Morse; prophet, John H, Tha.-her; censor, Harry O. Brown; Washington's Birthday orator, .lohn I Frante; .lass ef TI prtae debater. ?. ?. Ktrshfleld. Nassau Herald Committee, W. W. Beveridge, \v. Il Meccoli, J. 8 Crawford, Arthur Dunn. A. P. ? evi p I'd?? Committee. A R. Teal, L P. Pease, R '/.. Hartzlo, L. :'. Woodruff. Memorial Committee, F W. Leerla V, ? Irvine, ?> M F. Weeks, ?? F. i'iatt, ciaren.??? Portar. ? llaga i >ay < 'nmmiti.e, j. s Otto, chairman. A. R. Teal, A. F Holly, jr. ???? Taylor, W. I> Ward, ? ?. Colby, \?. ?. cook-. .1. ? Itiiiitlns Oeorge White, L P. Pease, j Blair, Jr.. R. D. Hatch. II. A. McNultV, T. S. Huntitiiri.0.1. Kdward Munti. J. W. Decker, J. C, Harding, ?. ?. Inch, w. J. Balrd, D. R Jamea A DBTOOODA DINNER TO COLONNE BTRO.XO At the dinner wherh is to be given tins evening in Delmonleo'a by th.? bk ?hI^ts of (he New-Terfe ?iry ?;.Is trade to Mayo?-??:?'.?: Strong about Ml ??? .ns win u? present Carnallu? ? bum win preside, and among the Speakern be?Idea the Mayor-elect win be Joseph H. Choate, Chatmeey M Depaw, tbe Rev Dr. Parkhuret, BUhn Root. William B. Horn Mower, General Horace Porter and .lohn Claflln. The .liniier will begin promptly at ?<::.?> o'clock. CROWDA AT THE CATHEDRA I. FAIR. Notwithstanding the stormy condition of the weather, another Ian?. . rowd ??>??????1 in yesterday evening to the Cathedral bazaar at th ? ?'.ran.I Cen? tral Paia????, i-'oityitiiii st and Lexlngton-ave. The ap?ela! altra, lion ?if th?* nlfrht was an entertainment b\ ih?? Hule children of (he ?Iris' BOhOoL They rend? red a dolls' chorus with tableaus. The most Unique performani ? was thai nt Julia Hunt, a tot four years old. who ?ani, "Klmtng Papa Through the Telephone." A number of the tallies are beg-ln aiiig to ?how algn* of having had many purchasers. ATROriSE ISSTEAD OF ASTIPTRINE. LULU SMITH. A NEW-TOM ?HRI-. MAY PIE AS THB RESULT <>F A PRI'O tEAamaVM MISTAKE. Indianapolis. Dec. 12 (Speclal).-Lulu Leslie, whose real name is Lulu Smith, ?wallowed five grain? of atropine at English's Hotel this evening. She war, appearing here with the Bessie Bonehlil com? pany in "Playmate?," and sent a boy for antl pyrine. The drug clerk misunderstood the boy and gave him atropine, a deadly alkaloid of belladonna < ?no one-hundred-and-flftleth part of a grain of the poison is a dose, but the girl took the full five grains. The mistake was ?liscovered In a few minute?, and a physician was summoned at once. She was alive at midnight, but her life was hang? ing in the balance. She 1? eighteen year? old, and her parent? live at So. Wl Weet Ninety-ninth-eU, New-Vork. Leslie?? II lust rn teil Weekly Is ??,?? th. ,,nly Republican Illustrated Weekly; many n>?n features for ISAS, Just begun in '"hrlsimas number, ?'??nan Puyle's greitesi serial ?lory, Ihe "Stark Muore Letters.'? LESLIES WEEKLY, 11'? Fifth-avo., New York. MA ERIE I). APPLETON l..\M.-i e\ i>n ITsdaSafler. fleeemher 12, at the church ef the ?ea.euly h? et. hy the Rev. D. Parker M'.rgan. I'. I'. IMweiel I d.? Apnl.t ? to ( 'harlotta Lamasn, daaghler of the late Charles Lamson. CAULDWELL VALENTINE ?m ?Vedaes?-f, December 12. 1*1. a? the r.s?d?n,-e .?f the tidiKs parent?, by the Rev, David li. Oreer, lulls Maria, daughter w -Peseph Mans .n Valentine. g| | , n, Sanij.l Mllbank Cauldwell. DALLETT-frkkman-At ? ,,? ,n Wednesday, Pece?a ???? 12. In Christ e'hiinh. Past Orange, ?. I., hy th? Rev. Horse-e M. Ulshep. I?, p.. asside* hy ?he Rev. An? thony Srhuyler, I?. I)., arid Ihe Rev. William W. Davis, l-Mi'li Louise, daimhter of ???? Francis Freeman. e*n?, l.i John Palleti, Jr. VAN DTK -AMPS-At DOSBBS, Ma?s., on Wednesday, Pe . ember 12. 1M?4, liv lh? Rl ? I?r. Oeofg? A. ?"?ordej^ Mrs. Ma?, la A. An?, s !? Kran. Is ?'. Van Pyk, of later? son. S". J VEDDER??????.t???-Oa ?WeteeaSar, DeeepSar is. 1?:?4. ?it Si. Cyprlaa s church. Toronto. ta?ada, by the Rt. Rev. Chsrl? Hamllte n. Btehop "f Nlattara. asruste.l by the Rev. rilarles Short?. Harmon At VtBBtr ?" KAI?*, ?laii-rhter of the lat?? Rev. Anhur Hou'.thee, of ? minte, ?anuda. WHITE?HOLMBB?On Wsiliissdai. Dsesmhar 12. iuta, by ihe Rev. .Vim Hall, p. P.. at the resl.lence of the brides parents, ICIia ?., .laughter of Mr. an.l Urs. EdWla Helm.!?, t.? John Stuart Whi e Notices of marriages must be Indorsed with full name and address. DIED. ARNOLD Monday S?temeos, December 1", st hi? net den. e. go. 17 West 12th-?t.. Ilenjamln ?Jreene Arnold, in the S2d year of his B?B. Funeral ser?lies will be held at th? etiuri-h of All Soul?, corner Kttb-St, anel ith-.ive.. on Thursday, lien-ember IS, ,? l?e ,,. m. Interment private ?.M..? and Provider., e papers pleas* copy. BBLSER "a Wednmedey, December 12. <'larl?s* Jon phlne .Belle r. ,.f l',\ ?,? ? .?-.-ive.. widow of John Metier, p*. F ? aerai teevl?tei ut S'. Andrew ? Church, ,Vh-ave. and 127'h-st.. OB Krlel.iv ?e: 11 e,Yl.:i?k. Interneai ?' 0r?*BW00d. BILLINOS Franklin Neh?.? Bi?InRs. at Woodstock. VU. Deoemher p. .sie.'. ?? yean. Funnel at Woodstock, on Friday. CHAMBERS pe. . m! .-r 12, ISM, lesala Irene, beloved ||t> ti- daughter "f th* Itev. Dr. and Mrs James chamber?. Funeral fr..m Calvary I'reshyterlan ?'hiirrh. between Lenox ?md ?'h a\et?., llti'h-s*... 2 ?>. III.. V< -ember 14. Interment at Sherbume. ?. V HBNDRICKS on Monday evenlBS, Desearte? :?). Edgar, ?on f Emma B., and the late Joshua Hendriks. G.??. nil from his late rMldeMIC?, M West STth-st.. OS Thursday Biernlng at 10 o'clock. n is kmdiy wqasstad that no fl.?wers h* ?ent. ?G?'?? "n TlltBdSir. DeeBBBber 11, ISSA Krnest Pela ran, son of William P. and l'arrle L. Hick>k. aged g yea.-, :t months sai 3 Saya, Funeral on Thunder. I>*c?i.i!.er IS, at 2 oeloek. from the r ,,!-nee , f his parents. 141 Weet y-l-st.. Mount Vernon. ? ? Interment pn It? ? FI. LY Suddenly, .n I?e.ember 11. 1?)4. William E. Kelly, in the 4Tih ?ear ? f bl? ?g? Fun"ral servir?? a! his late residen-?. 2T7 ?"??orge?" . >f*m? Itrunswick. ? J . ..:. Thnrsday, I lecemb'-r 13, at 2 p. m. interment ??. oanvealsaes of family. MRRRIMAN At ronkera, V T., Peeember 11. Captala E. C. Meriiman, foiled St.ites Navy. Funeral at QeaBva, N. T., Friday. December 14. Me ?INT .en DaeeSSbn l't at ITS WeM S7th-M.. I^uls* V. ? ?? ' B '??w ot H-nry It. Mount, late of Stimforei. e '??nn. Neetiee r.f funeral hereafter PARSONS At Nea Haven, Cens., i"?<-emher 12. Caroline I Panne?, daughter e-ef th? late Samuel and Elizabeth Parsons, of Purliam. i.'enr. BALTER "? I?eeemher U. Isi?4. m ?rooklvn. ST. T.. William H. Salte,. l-'iir.e r.il ?ervle.s at hi? late resident?. 3S7 Bainbridef? *?.. 1 r!l ?v. December 14. a' 12 o.do-k. Skh'I.PINO -At his late res4*f>C?, In this citv. Tuesday, I?, ?mt,.: !.. 1S?M. TImbus BhsMlBg, M. D? in the 5-3t!? > .-.ir ..f his ???. Funeral privale. Ini -it .?t gtamford, Cbna., si ih?? eosesMiMB of the family wiiriK .-vii.niy ob WedBisdsy. DeeesBber 12, Harri? H . wld. * Of EdWIn While. Rei iti?.?, and friends of the fam?y are Invited to attend tbe funeral fre.m her lat?? residence, to Fast .Vith-st., on ??aturda) inomlng, ??: half-pasl ll. Bridge port iCean.) and SpflagSaU (Mass.? paper? pieaas copy. WILLINO At Maritsieiviiie, N. y.. December 11. Be?. \s. ??. Wi.:?.: g. D D. His brethren tn the ministry e?f the Methcdis? Episcopal ? 'hurih and other frurds are Invited !.. attend ?h? fun.r.il at th? Mission e'hspel. l??i West 824-et. N, .1 V? :k. ? ? Friday. Psnilhsr 14. at 2 p. m WORTHY lim Worthy, a^eel H years, af'.er a week*. lllncs?, at Muiray HIM H?)te|. Xew-Vurk. Ir.tertiient at Chicago. ' IBd Ell et? tii ?N. J ? ? ip?>ij please copy. EENSrCO CEMETERT, Harlem Railroad. 4.? -gBSSBJ from '? and Central D*not; new pinate <iatien a: en trance, ?yfr.ee. 16 Koit 42d st. Telephone call. ??? 3S ?pccinl A'oticcc. H.iniis A In., M AND TU MOADWAT, WILL BELL AT AteTltj.V i.VDAT, DECEM.BEB 17 rn. and iOLLOWWO DAIS AT I i*. M.. lili: L1BBABY ' the late WILLIAM LAW ION. With ? ': ? . r ?-ure? f-rmine sn attractive ???II? t: ?, . ; ??, ^g , ? 4?G1 ,.? ,?,.f,, rt inorili? e f literature. sta n.laeni work?, rnanj In limited editi bi ind la hasdaaSBS ' IB - tri ? ? ,- eie e v. ?ogsas ? ?' e- ; e ?lion The Holli.m of lite Se? ? i-?r| lini ,wn ??\.. ? 1 ?:? Lea?.)?? ?eeth whltenad ?anst-d viti, thai In.-omparabl? itentiefrtee, ?he fra. se ?/.? ?! ?' ?? , .le cimi la ahi, .,? - _) th.? ld.i?en, who are ?l? t ? ? '.:?'?, II. - : ', in iM-r-. Ile Plniia'a Sulta io:? l?.>s. SM ?e 17 j-eara. Prese Suit? for Dancing School, *:.ii:li?h Sauora. t'.'.n. Middy, ? :. ai.l Tuxeilis. Stylish OveeTOoatS .ind Reefeii. ? ?ini taken lo i".iK? nur clothes becoming to the n?? ?.? ??* ?M,? ii.n .? n ? patronised us will ??je much with ? trial l'i: PINNA, .T?4 Fifth iv? . neiir .Irtth. \.? \.?I'repan * r ?rlnter. lla.^ yr.ur ?????1?>?a? rt?e4 ? ?'. R?ehu. k? ?Vea?her Snip- ,VIII esclude al! drafte il bill?. S. Roehurk. 172 Full.n si. New Voi*; Hamilton e\.?. ???:?:? ii-hsi. eBrookljra. Cali, urite or wire Telephone dinne tlon* In both clt In Allllililir l'Iiotoa ni plu-r? r.in lave ?',?!: negai ?. e..,1. iwtouclMd printed or \: TRADK PRICES by P.???'KWonp, 1,449 Hroadwai (eSMb-M.i, Raadsfs l>?nt. I ??ed !.lv?-r OH? (nsriell. >ln?se> ? ?"?.?? FMI I-4ION With l'KI'SIN ani Ql'ININR. l?tes rihe.l hy ?? ,?' I pi ; 1 in i.referen-e ??> nttMTB: send for Irrulsr I fit ????,? hiiv ?nd ?tt ."?tli.-.v. I*?ist?>fll<-e ><>|lee G ifn mallf f.?r the ,???,|< , ndlng Pcc?jnber ?? will ? ; ? ? ipromptl) in nil easesj .?t ibis .dfle-e as IuMsbbi TH1R8PAT Al s ... ,? t,.r R.-imuda. ... r s. s TtlBt lad ? s a m for Qeaoa, lier s. s. Fulda tiefer? must I??: IV ?, ,. il |S ni. Vr La Flat.i f .?unirle?, ??.. 1 .., ti.di,?,,d.n. .,? ^..'(11 p. ia. for Newfoundland per ?teamer from llsli!.?? FRIDAY- A? ?.! r ??. for WlSilflS, pera, a J U'Us.>B, fr 111 N'.-w ' ?ri?? ?a? SATURDAY Al 1 ? ni for Batope, per t. e. Camimni?, via Qneenetoera: ?? ??? n. m. tot Prani sn.i ?.? piata countrlM, per ?.. s. Htrabo, \ia Peraambuoo, Rio JsjmIis a.id Saut-.? e'.etters for North Rrnzll must be directed "??er StraB-e"?- Bt 10 a. ni. isuuplementary R? 10 a. m.) ? r Fortune Island. J?males in.l SavanUl?. per ?. s. ? ! ? 1 . 1. k el-tl?-? f..r ther purts .?f i'ei,->rtibia mu?t be due.?.?.! ?|>??? Alln.nd.ick'i: at ??.?? a. m. f.r t'ainrech*. c'aiapaa, Tabaaco and Yucatan. p,?r s. s Yuinun ???a?? fr other Mexican Btatea and Cuba musi t?? directed "per Ynmuri "?. at le? 30 a m f.-r Haiti, I'linuni and e.ifursn??, ? ?? s s. l'tlns Willem III iletters f.?r othere enarti of venexuela, Curacao, Trinidad. Rilti-h ?mil Pntch Oman* nui-: he .lire t.? 1 '*p*r Pria? Willem HP'): at It a. m 1 r Xeiherland? Street, per s. ? Amsterdam via Rotterdam il-tter? must be directed "per Amsterdam"); Bl 11 :? tn. ?siippl? men-ary 1140 a mt f?r Veneiue|% ?ad ?'uraoao. also Savanlla. via ?'uracaei. per s. a Vene io?:., ei? "er. fer other parta of Colombia ?end fer eumana and Caruepane musi b< dlreeteH "p,,r veaeee?ta**)? at t p. m. tor Sceeii.nd ??il.?,? par a s Anehoria. via Glas gow fletter? must l,e dire.-tej "per Anchorta" 1. at 1 1? m isuppleni.nt.il ? 2 .'.,? ?>. me f.r Prance, Swltier l.itid. Italy, Spam. I'.itucal. Tin key and British India, |-r s s. ?? Ch?mpame, ?Via ll.nr.? ilelter? for olhe?r part? of Europe inns? b.? ?Ilre.-ted "per La Champagne"). Mulls for Aurtralla <ex.-*p? West Australia). Hawaii and ??'iji 1-h.n.l- ?speviMllv ??.lelr. s? ??! only?, per s. a. Warrtmo? ? fr? in Vancouver), cloa? ben dally after ivcember h sud up to ?. M p ni. I?' -ember ".' Mal!? f >r Hawaii. Pv?r ?. a Austialu ilioiii S .11 Fran.'i.??? ??. ?lose here daily up t? I ?? n.?. ? V al SlS? ? m M.illx for e'hlna ?nel .lapin, per s. s. ?i.ieli?? ?frein Son Fianilsco?. cl.se here dally up 10 peeember 1?? al ? JO ? ??; Mills for the .Society l-?,ii.s ???- ship Tropic Bird eft m ?an Francisco) tlose !,i-r? dalli up 10 D.tiller SB it ?1:30 ? r. Malls foc e ?? p .???,? .isiiaii tape? ?V- lehir'-a?-d only?. i?<-r ?. ?. I'.mpr.-f? of Inepa I from Vancouver) ,?? >?e hete dally up to Pet-ember *31 SI f.lin p m Mall? for Auslralla eexiapt lhoh.? G. r W.st Australia, whi?h are for??ar.le.l via Burupe), New-Eealand, Hawaii, l-'ni j:.J gamsas l.-e&nda, per ?. f MonoWBl Itrom San Fran, inc..? does here dally up t.. Jeitni.ity ?.' at I.;'.?? p tu ? tt ,,? arilvnl at New-York e.f s. a t'impanili villi Hillish malls for Australia). Malls for e'lnn.. ani Jap.in isepacialll ad.'.ressed only). per s. s, ? . .111.? ifiom Ta.? ina?, cl -se here dally up to Januiery 1? .11 630 ? i-i. Mulls for Nem-fotindlaii.l, by tall to Halifax, and thence bl >tL-ani.-i. e|..?* ?u this ofllc* dully at H:.'l?) p. n. Mills for Miqaeloa, b>' rail tn nostcn^ and IhMO? by steatne-r. i'l,*e a? this ndRee dally at ?:.-? p. ni Malls for Cuba <:<>?? it tin-? uBkeu .laity at <'...1?? p. m . tot forwarttlne by ?'".ini'iii ssllln? ?M nda>s, Thurs? days and Saturelaysi from 1* ?rt Tamps. Fia Malla tew Mexico, overlaad, unie?? specially aeddnased for .Uapatoh by eitesmer, etoat ?l ih?? enee SaBy at I ??< n?. ? ltA.-1-t ?reit mall rhwea nt ? ? ni. jirevlou? day. ? ?IARI.KS W. DATTONj Palmaste?. PostolTlee. New-York N. Y.. Pe.-eml*r 7. !S94. Religione notices. -To ty>\. ? will quee METROPOLITAN HALL, Hth-st . east at Sth-a???. nlirhi. ?o??!?? familv nathi-rlng Muste and song F.vans hading Meeting every noon. Mr ("APEAN spiali tn day. 1'ilday night pr. NIMAM answen ? twas. e;,? ,1 n.u-i, SPECIAL MUSICAL ????????????? ,?- the InterS? noniniail.nal EvaSgaUS?i Services, this afternoon st et. In Hrooiue ??treet Tabernacle, near Broadway. The Nalln Afrnan ?"holr will ?Ing ?14 v.il.esi. Park Slstera. co^ netists. Misa G??,???? SHBBBt, A, C. DlXUN. of Brooklyn will ?p?aA. Fr??.