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PART II.
PAGES tl TO 14.
TUESDAY,
SEPT. 10, 1895.
A BATTLE WITH BURGLAR&
|CB-Ca-LI OATK THEM A P1.ITKY FIGHT.
HIS BTBAt* Bl BOW BWATM-OD IN BAKDAOBB, BOT
Hi; IS FORTl'NATK Tn HAVF. BBCA1-X)
WITH HIS l.IEE
*??--** rr**n. wlth a brace and blt. trt*d ti gain
tn entrance early ye.terday mornlng to thr trouaara
factory of PiaaaanaBt A- s*ig*i. in th* r*?ir haaaa af
v\a. IM taafli al Th-;r purpoae wan robbary. They
f . pothlng ani lafl two count*rf*1t ellver dollara,
qbm wa* ahort an.l fltout. an.l th* other tw i arara
t_
rharie* Scheele. forty-four y?ar. old. a tallor.
?;**p* rtrerj night on th* groitml flo-ir ln tha r*ar
- a m Bflfloa-Bt, in a little room About
Mterday n "rninR he wa.* awaken*d hy a BOOnd
thit ha IhOUgM wa* aawlng H** llst*r.ed. and .o.t,
a Hghi appe.ire.1 at the wlndow A man had lit a
ma-. H and wna peering. by Ita llght. Into Bcbaele'a
mfpej a* aoon a* he mw that Scheele had .potted
?\ down the matrh and. runnlna to ihe
door?A- ,1*1 to hl. companlon. who w*re at
. ipatatra Tbaj waaa trvtna to g*t into tha
factOI. Of PnMBBB-Mky _ S'tgel. on the
fir*- "
-.* ran to tb" door leadlng to thi* hallway
h arai faatawaa' hf a cioth*.Hn* irhleh th* m*n
hai eul m ibe eourtyard Sch?*> got hl* fing*r.
the door and htir?t it opf.-i A* h* ru?h?d
ne ol th* m"n ran by givtng blm a MOW
- BM and knocking him down Bcbeele go;
? went right down agaln. gettlng a kirk ln
th? itoaaneh from the man who had hit him
?-? man who llt the matrh and r*maln*d
outalde ot th* bulMIng in Um eowtyard
gtbeele wa* .tunned for a mom?nt. and rould not
resala Ma eenaee. When be dld ao, thp
BB m. whi had .tayed thfl longest up
-,,.? ,*p?a_ni^i anri pcriW?ie met him. and
therfl mai v1 flght for half a minute
twe taller men bfcamc bo tatereerted ln th*
..... ? -,*d pBtr tbat they atood bv and watrh*d
for ,i tlme wlthou* in'*rfrrin_\ In rom
. -n thfl 81 Bll man Man **-**n Sch**l*.
ballway. Ha looh a flving l*ap off tha flftb
?1 land*d on top of thr i;ttl* tallor. Th*v
' th* hallway Into th* court fighting :<k*
mad Tber k!ck-*d. punch*d ani bit each Othei
- .- ing th* advantage. Pi**nty of biool ???*
T ? two mm flnallv got on tlirlr f*et.
. ... - - .- .--.\ atruck the fal man. -'i?-:;ni!
Thla aeemed to arouae bl* two tall rompanion*.
? thera wlth tb? blt ani brace In bi*
forward and bmuKht t..* au_*r rtowi,
? i heal It was a bad blow. ani th* tallor
??? 'ar. . .._._, .?_
Mary 0->h*n. th* hO'i?*k**p*r. w?nt lmo tn*
.. ir , . whi e Bfterward and found scheei*
?orner of th* yard. apparentiy d*a l
... , .- - ked Wlth btood, and hla harr w ifl
, ?? - H< wa. reatore- tot'onflct
ii ar. ambul.in"* **nt for I>r O'Mara,
. - HoapltaL awalhed hla hrad ir. bandaj**
A TBAX8ATLAXTIC BATB " COMBtBE."
IW .arn aOB-SMBNT BBTWBBM BWOUBfl A\n
"AN Frr,\Msiur PBXBTLM
| that an agr**m*nt ha.? ha?n
lermai and Hri::?h ataamahlp
.. >.. whlet there artll I>* an a.lvanr- ln
tr.-inflatlantlo paaaenger and fr?lght rates on I ictohar I
N*ith*r th* Brltlah nor '-.-rn-iin ataamahlp ofrW*?
? ,., baan Inf " ? ???-?? ' '' aBfee-nont. hut
,n-v ai iwnatroe. Mr Wlnt-ra, ol
thi Sorth Oaiaaari mpany, aaM:
Nesotlatlooa hav* t^*n gomg on for a long tim*
raaare to aettling the rat* war. It ?0M not af
? - rratgbt, I 'w*v-r. ror tba Bral ani aecond
cabln pavrnger rat*. only ItM - ??"?!fr
-av* nol r*c*lv*d any advi,-*- IO tha affect tbat
. . -^ baan aattled. but you ma] aay thal
a-v aueh n*-** arlll ba hallad arlth dallght
a rapreeamtatl-fl * th* Whlte star Una eaii.
?The D-goUaUOBfl that hav* b*en golng OB B?r
?om* t_M itr.- 10 termtnat* a r.Mitentlon that waa
?Ln a yfl-i ag?. Tbe Oarmaii i.n?s beaan run
r^e-?an.m* ij 8weden and Sorway. whlch had
.ar,_., _on. bx tb* Engllahi atone. Then h*
. r-ltown. and mad. a ?,,f"a?'
I no Th* Engllah lln** ratalUted b> 'a"1"**
Jg :7'Hamburg and ian-l.Tigf th*m ' ?
- - ?'?
id. ot the coi
..._? -- ... ?? ement of :h? matter for
md benrbt Th*ir purpoae la not to rai**
mlj : agr** upon them
?IHE WORLD'S- STATEAIEXT DEXIED.
Av a-th-.RITT 8HOWB V9LVT CDBTOBM I.KTIPT-^
;. maNY BAT8 CTIDBB THB MKINI-KY
Uw BXC-OBDB) TH45BB Of THK ' haN
NER- DAT fNl'KR THE W1L
sn\ ACT
. attenttoci of a Btudant ? ' mai ma raea-pta at
rt ha. b**r. ealtad ta lha foilowlng Btataaaaat
- racantly app*ir*d ln "The World:"
irday waa th* bann-r dav of UM OMtg"
Tb* entri*** for cUBtoma w*re Lil8 ana
? elnu wereitmM * X "-^ ?? 'h' _*tory
rc-So__r.r5.w-Yorh urdejr the MeKlnley
Lpproncbed thaoa ra aipti arlthlfl $.v.?i*i
>-*aking of thla Btat*ment. th* person r*f*rr*d
! arhe B an unquestlone- autborlty M the matter.
n.l venterdayr
Th* atatamani made m "Th*. World" I* **? bb
, f.M and BO BBS] Ol refutatlun tfiat a
e at flKures givmg racalpta al thto port
9 .how II Tn* McKlnley art went into full
By referr'.ng to ? u.tome re
** wn tbat thera wa* not a -Ing!*
fr-m May 1*?1. untll November. IW, that
;,v- vs-hen the rereipti* w-<-r* larger
Many of tbe mor.thi hay>
? . ? , etghtaen da>* or. whlch the recelpta
nome doubl* and a few aearty trab.e.
1893 ther* wer* elghteen daya whlch
$13.629.114 63. or an Bvernge dally re
; 7.171. and thi. wa. ui d*r thfl McKln.e]
li full forca, w.th *'irHr abaolutelr fr**.
? , tha raealptfl on tba lay abov? quoted w-r*
Ie Up of ?ugar dutles
ated a f*w Ot th* iav*,ind*r
th? v . . M a eomparti .n fo- tha ao-eal.ad
nnet lay" of "Th* Wor.d "
!*???
1 BBI
.*..,. , $.-v4 ?.74 1* Jaao-rr *.8-88.881 81
IBttSSB 08 January 10.1.OB0.B7B Bfl
?744:4-378 .fanuary 11. 888.07-38
J nuai . mo'IWi-4 _
-. on throughout th* entlre month.
DI'.OWSF.D THROUGH A COLLISIOX.
UMB KLMA __T4_K.OrW008-l.TW KNor-KED
H a CATBOAT BABLT T-BBTa-BDAT
MORWINO BT A BA-LROAD TUO
Joba Jenaen, of No 121 Th.rty-tMrd-*- . n
?1 tha Bacand PracMet poiice yeaterday n
?aa. M-- Alrr.a Mvck. thlrty-thr** year.
Ro U3 Thlrty-third-.t.. wa., drown*d BBar thfl
BrMga aarty v* .*rday mornlng under unuaual clr
jeaan *aid that Mr. and Mra Myck
elr baby, Btta, had b**n .penilng th* .nmm*r
? ,hor* of th* Sounl. UdM
: .- Brooklya la a catboat. Tbey
about all night M lha IMhl aM -"' *'"
-.ar th* Brt-lge about 3 o-clork y*.t*rdny
? ,. Mn MyeB bad pMaai th* baby m ar.
UM Btan of the boat and wa*
. , 0B Th, ,,*_- of the boat when a tugboat.
3. varted out from on* of thfl 8 -CBfl
entboal and ataving in Ita aid* aara
Myck Jenaen aaya wa. pnehed ..verboard ai
?? agaia lo m* Burtaoj. ocrupant.
J*n**r. say. th* re.t of the catDoat . 0<- v ,.
to th- water but tbat (tbey nn
* . get back lnio tb- boat. -b- ??y ",?.
_S J.K-*Sf*?'f,^.'..a
_wwia?r-a*??3ii^**
s_j.^K'b-_?.,^r_-:?*5 *___s
and di?rharg*d by <'oron-r ?;'?'z',a,'>1' , .,.k _, th*
na aald tnat lt wa. foggy and dark at wa
fl* aaw th* aaJlhoaJ ?h'a ? nbu.L n,e *r^ *
atronij ebb tlde. w.i. unaWe '? ? 'P '^0V'ffn* float*
two Soati ?r.e was drawmg untll on* or tne
s.rur-k the rall'
-____??_? ?
LIBTTBBAXT CLABB ABBBB TO BBBI08
Th*T>: Reglm.n- "OBB8IhT Aeaonntion 1. r*re<v
Ing forr.* attention berau.* of thr aii*-*
in the organla_tl.il.. U-Htananl CMrle. S. < lara
wa. formerly tba Bdltaf of "Th* 'iaxett* Mara
attotA hia ,:.'* and now hi. <*"?-mZtZdv
MaaedntkM want him to re.lgn from that boay.
L_?ta.-_n. n.rk aaya that a raaaJBt-aw raBfl-Mttag
, .?? dld p... ?t a meetlng of thejbbbo
bui amea then be "?'' ^hn ;';': ^ ,
arrange for ? maeting BJ whlrh ''IT.-v. L\r
be.w**n h.m.elf and ibfl member. mlght i?e
_5r-3 ?rbala rnttier ). a trlfllng one - ****,*??
ber of th* Tlet lt.-i.mei.L -_nd -?o_.d ne-.-r nav
**aa_. made publio.
COTTON GOES 8TILL HIGHER.
AWAITINV. THE _RJ_.EAU*I MOMTHLT
CROP REPOKT.
FFAR OF AN KXTREMEI.Y CNFAVriKAni.F BHOW
INQ CAITSBB \ AI.I KS T< ' Rt-UE HHARFI.Y IN
l.tVERFoni. AM. NEW-YORK.
An uriexpectedly Mrong openlng ot the rntton
market In Llverpo il yeaterday mornlng made prlcea
a-apen wlth a Jump nn fhe New-York Cotton Kt
vhange rirst ijuofati.in* were 9 to 10 a.v?r H.itur
dav'a (loaa nr<\ the m..rket graa atr>'tig all l.iv.
rioslng at a net italn of 11 to 14 polntB January
Cloocd at R.ltf after eelllng al 1C the hlghefit polnt
reaa-h-.l Blnce thi* r.mirkahle rlae ln .-otton starte.i
on Mnr.-h 1 laat. Tha. Hutemi report to h? IgffUBd
to-day la expected to he av bad that Llverpool. It
Is aaid hy the t.ulls wlll he gppalM Prodlcttona
of a eonditlon aa low na f.9. |t |> aaM, were can 1?1
from New-( irieana yeaterday an'l CMMOd the great
mrength al.road, equal to nenriy II Am?rl*nn polnta.
The bear*. while admlttlng that a Hure.m rep..rt
of an extraordlrarlly low con lltlon l? enpected
yet nay that the worat haa been dlacounte.l by the
price. They are eomparlng the port recetpts wl'h
Ihe year 1WX when 7JN.BBI hnleB were picked. anl
olalmlng that the reeelpt" fhl* week wll! b>- h*av|a>r
than lhal i Theli intaaoolgta prefar to rom*
pnre thla vear wlth laal vear. when the "humper"
crop a.f I.BOB.BB0 hai?a were grown It mnal be ?aid
that thla latter romparlaon mnkes the benr atda
ahow up ln a ai.-kly Ilght Port rerelpta yeatenla]
wer* s.i.ia. affatnat lT.611 laat year Port receipta
?o far for th.- week have heen 14.117, agalnat XC.
laat year.
ln fhe tftc of the overbailfftag Mirreau report.
buatnaaB waa reatrlctad yeaterday, aach alde pr?
frrrlnjt to awalt the newa from Waahlngton.
Price, McConnlch ft Oo
The aentlment on ihe ?..,.? ? ilnuea eerj huiiinh.
anl a few operatora ha%*e the temerltj to aei; the
mark-M short The -fti^rnl oplnlon favori a Bureau
report to-morrou ondltlori of about
71 per rent. aa agalnat ndltl m of BJ per eenl
on Beptember 10 of laal year and TT ** In Auguat laat
While manv leading Dull ; '?
hiaher prlcea for rottog the tnarket has eridently
dlacountad a eery unfa Bureau report to
morroa u leaa the axpe tal i of the trade
wlth regard t. the eonditlon >' thi r p ire fully
rea Uaed, a aharp reactl i artl doubt leaa enaue
The Bood Of unfavorable newa about the growing
CTOp shows no atgn of slackenlng Bome raln fell
ln Texax jreeterday, hut the rlrouth there rematr*
practlcally unhroken Ml.llllr.g sol cotton aolal
up '. conl here yeaterday, 371 balea being bought
at fc-_ COBta. From New-< irlenns .-nme theae offera
10 wager on Ihe ?l?e nf the - ; f .... t,. ?..??..
tha: th.- erop is under M_0,MB BM to 1.
? . '?? t '4? even that II l? un.ler 7.100.
-?? i tlea; |M0 to tl ot?> thal "? f win not
. a over l.7".0.w-a balea Amona the Bood of
crop news w?re the followlng:
New-Orleana, Bepl 9 - Planti'rs 011 W -k- tl
Monroe, La., teJagraphed Baturiav a- I
"Our agei.t" iii the parlahea of Ma I
land Pranklln Moorehoua. Ona rilta,
n, I'nlon, Clalborne, Blenville, Jackaoi
? Bter report crop rery ahort, rang
per .-ent worma wlll aoon have aaten all the
ip. Theae pnrishes. raiaed In the i - .
ne-quarter ot the Loulalana *rop."
Memphis. Sept. * ?Worma playlng havoc tr, the
Tatoo uelta, Includtng Sharkey, leeaquena, B.
Waahlngton and Conhoma eountlea, Mlss.. ai
parlahea of Concordla, Ttnaaa, Madlaon, Eaat and
Weal Carroll, l.a.
A FIXK IlfPftSED OX MB8. V'ARTHt'R.
*}[?;?: BATB BH1 BAB HAD AN OPTEF I'H M A
KUSBUM SIN.-K s-HR LCAPCD FH 'M
THK HUDGE
Ifra Clara McArthur, 'he fir<t woman to Jump
fron tha Brooklyn Brldge, waa aentenced to pay
a fine of ir. by Maglatrate Crtne, in the Tomba
?? <'o_rt. yeaterday mornlng Bht pa
left rourt wlth ber 1 who bad ln a I
? his arm i e men'a clothea in whl ??? aha ma.ie
the Jump on Baturday mornlng.
Mrs m :Artbur hialated thnt ber huaband know
aba. iitely nothlng of rter lnfeni!e<i itimj..
"1 ma.ie up my mln.l to tump." aaid Mra. M
Artbur, "and a'hen 1 bava inade up my mlrnl you
might aa wall let me alone "
Qaorga a. MeDermott appanrod for Mra Mc?
Arthur "\\'e might as well aava time." he aal I
lo Mafflatrate Cmne, "bj admltl db t ..tt ahe
jumpe.i She waa drlrea to da bo b) fear of fitar
vation of beraelf, huaband a" l fl**<
? '. ?:.. loofera arho | impad off the
? i aeverer punlal a Bna, and 1
ie a woman ??', Intelllgence."
"Bui If we don'l ptmleh fer." aaid Maglatrate
Crano, "all the arotnen in tnia clty might thlnk
they were entitlal to jump Aa 1 understn
this taomar, almply |U1 ' Int - .. mi
Ml fine her $.'. "
Mra McArthur aaid ahe had ar. offer t'. ; -?
Huber'a Museum She ?aid sh.- hal :
Cirt l ";'.. lllver'a
oatnouae, or. the Harlem.
LAVTBBBACB WITBDBAW8 TBE CBABGB
HE ACCBPTB MR wakkman s PVBUBRBO ptatf.
MF.NT AB A BATISrAC-TOBT APOIiOOT,
Edward Lauterbach, chalrman of the Repub:i*ar.
County Commlttee, waa a: the D-atrlct-Attorney'a
offlce yesterday, an 1 wlthdrew :h? eharge of erlm
ina. Ilhal whlch ba ha l mada againnt Wllhur F.
Wakeman on aecount of an mterview. ln whl
Wakeman bad boen quoted ac aaylng thai I i
change ln a recei.t cali for u DieeUng of the
mlttee. on Organlaatlon had amounte ! tO forgery.
Mr. Wakeman ln a puhllahod Btatemenl orer bla
own algnatu--- ba l de lared thal rt a
Mr I^auterbach of forgery L'nder the dreum
?s. Mr Lauterbach ?all. he must regari th?
publlabed Btaternent asa aatlafactory apology
-.? -
THE CAFSK OP MR. BODBiQUEVS DEATH
DU. r.a'NI.IN nKM THAT IT ItFSfl.TKTi FROM IN
TFRNAI. INMnilllS OF THE ABDOM-BM VRA1
BITPBBINTENDBNT I.AT1IH"!' BATB
? er'a Phyalctan Donlln ?? rdaj male a r?
? tbe aaa ol I laii . .-??.( No, sir,
Baal Thir;y-four:h-at.. wbo wai run . ?? I
j,,r,.] at B< ' - r.i.'. tha Boulevard on
>Satlir. 1 after he hal been aetit to his
home from ?'??- Rooaevell Hoapltal He repo ted
.., ,. --..r- w.i- M fra.'!.ir.- of EtodH^UOa'l
but the man had dled from internal tnjurla-s ?
.-:-.: I.afhroj... o. th?- boapltal,
(.aid yeaterdny tb ' wamlnatlon ol Rod
rlquea at the hoaplul fallod to dlacloae tn- fall
r-haracter of the m:err.al Injurlea aml rhe aurgeona
thought ii arooM bi aafe for him to go
Rodrtquea wanted to bo home, and hia aon. wiio
,a, with him. wanted blm lo go hom>-. The aur
,: the hoapl ial ai e now of the pj
?he'aymptoms oj faUl Inlurv had not Bev. aped
man waa -? then
-. and tiui Internal n.-m..r
r' a?e cauaed -leath.
B08FITAL FB78ICIAXA CEVBVBEtA
a coa imnra svry fikdb that dbto w-as hot
PROt-RLT ATTF.M'K.I. IN Hlfl ? ARFI1R
AM'.N.i BBVEBAfc BOBPITAU
roroner Pltapatrlch yeaterday boM an taqueai lnto
Mtb of Arthur Deyo, a Broceryman m -~*lng
ton-ave. between On. ,-,,-? wentv-elghf h
and One-hundrod-and-twanty-Bdnth ata. He ?ed
. at th.- Preebytertan Hoapltal. havlng had
bM rlght >_ broken Jnne M at hia grocer-.
b> a barre. of potatOOB falllng agalnat II Mlai
Mary Dayo, of Nr, M Aiexander-.ive , a atei.
the dead man. leatlfle.l that ahe vlalted he- . I
.-,, th- Hirl.-m HoaplUl the da> of the ?,
When at.e ret.irne.l to the h.-apltai on the followlng
-iav ahe Vll to d that he bad I.' ;"Ken 10 -
iu*. At the latter pla i -'? anw I ?? U
i?en aent to the Charlt) Hooplta oa BlaekwelTa
laland AtthoCharUl HoaplUl aho aaW aho aawher
ai who told h-r that he had been taken from
th- Harlem Hoapltal to Bolle-ae, and al on? to
the .-harlty Hoapltal wlthout known.g where he
WM BBlag taken The wltneaB a_id rhat her brother
. id not aee a BOCtOT from the tlme he left the
Harlem Hoapltal Saturday morn'.ng until ahe had
hlm taken to the l're?byterlan Hoapltal the fo.
|..wlng Monday mornlng He dld not even get hia
fa e graahod. ahe aaid. from the tlme he left the
HarMBB HOOpltaJ antll luat before he left the fhar
Ity Hoapltai ? ,. , _, .?.
A report from the Preebytertan Hoapltal, whlch
aaa nv ur OV.retghl left unalgned. waa read. aailr.g
thai Deyo'i leg had nol been properly aet at ..
harlem 'Hoapital Heath reaulted. accordlng lo the
report. and ila ? rdlng ? Coronor'a Phratclan
Ii.iiilln'B repori, from a fractured leg and from
dellrlum tiemenB
The ]ury rendered a verdlct that death waa -.ue
to a fractured leg and . "ormlem. aggravated by
l?ek of medlcal treatment alter L?e;o left the
Harlem Hoa_tlt-_. '
L. E. QUIOQ RESIGNS.
NOT TO TAKE Ull SEAT IN CONOBEM*
OOnra T<' 'itvE AU. His TIME T" BBWBBAHUI
WOBB TAl.K OB MEN T'lt THE W AN'Y
<Vngr***man I..-mu*'. K gulgg Baal hla r**i*na
ti.it! to Oovarnor Mortoa laal n.gnt and arll boi
therefon- takfl th* gaal ffi th- UVth C**?T*"
n*xt Dacambar la arhlch h* ? ...* n atflctad .?*'
Newaaaber Mr <-*..ig- ? i> nr?- ? ' ' "n
Kr*.i. at tbe gpmata: election baM m tba xn:h V]*'
tnei on January M, BM lo Ml tba racancj
by th* *>.-fl ?? ??' '?lon*! lohn It F*li"W* a* !>.*
tiict-Attorney llie r**ign.i'B-n ha* aaan offered ln
tim* to p?rmlf hl* COI 88 hl" "'"''
r*.ar>r at th* next general *>rtton
it Ib nadarataed that Mr Qulgg hn* eontamplated
re.lgnlng for *?<nie tim* f?o a. to glv* hl* utidlvlded
attention lo ? Th* I'r-.*." of whlrh h* I* UM 1
t"- \vh*n aakad laal trenlag I?? ***** uit rr"''n''
for re.lg. itng, he eal .
"My ladaloa to r**gn waa aeacbad upoa th*
onderataadtng that ever-. objecl arbleb the rotara
of the XlVth .>ngr<-?* Dlatrlcl had n. mlnd ta
.erve when th^y gave BM IhO-f .ufTr.i-- ?' B 11 18
, ompllahed batttr, ln ro far a. it dopended oa
my paraanal work. by mv gtrtni mv whoi* tim*
10 "Th* praatt <th* papai with wbtch i n'11
r,*.-t*!i ibaa bj anythlng 1 coa I do aa on* of a
Rapubllcan majortt) al IM la tn* t.-x: ?
"Dnafl your re.ignation Ind ?? ? emont
from po rtl
-on th* contrary i ahall tak.- a Aratf toteraai ln
th* Rapubllcan of__nlaatkm. n arlll ha th.- hv
tere?t. however "f on* who wlll boi ha .????kmg f->t
offlee ln the irganlxatlon or from ihe i- -i'i- The
?Imple ? ? ? . thai the decln on baa b 'ei
m I'.lngl) lhal I
"f n >. dl?trl ?? ?ff. ? ? ngreae ?
up my woi k on Tn* Pren.
S[.r |g prli lartea arll to be n the
Xlvtl i 'ongi ea : Hetrl ?
Ibeai " ?! Aaa^mhh 4l.tr???'.- .'.1 of the '-?
XXth, XXIIM and XXVIIIth, ind parl
XVIIItb, XXI*. ani XXII ! dlatl .tl
Polltlcian. arere no- uio* a.-. nlghl ln augi
? for I ? Rei ul .ii. i .Ifred R
1'ag-. Th i held tn* ofll ?
Board from M.ir to .tigual and then re.lgned be
l .. | e tnterfei ;' M'"':
W lam M. K. Ol *?tt. ;:? publlcan
H'.iri of AMermen and membei of th< Blnklng
I'.,!; i Pommiaalon, an4 C S Bovee. Jr.. a promlnenl
tn*mb*r of 'b- Reptlbll wer*
?ik. 1 nf Mr I'a_* be'ongl I the XXI llli *V.
**m..,' ';*-r|.-t ani Mr Ol .tl .". I M
the XXIII 1
_______ -?
8VNDAY VBINK8 AT CLUB8.
A CON8ULTATION <?F THR POUCE COM
MIS8IONTER8.
I'RESII'KNT-' BOOBEVBLTB gTATBMEKT THK MK
pri l,TV "V OETTINa EVIDENCB
?? tbfl Poll a Commlaalonera begai l enforca
? .. . \ . ? |na rlgoroualy on Bundaya ?
ln deman llng lhal the ;? .11 -
?top tha Bunda) lelllng of wlnafl ai tl
ilarly at 'hn cluba In KiM-.-av- Bome ?'. tha
Iiquor deaier.- even want to tl
a lawyer to app.y to i ? ;,r '"
th* Commlaalonera te prereni the -,,.- of
mtoxirattng drlnk* at I i on 8 Tha
?ra had - conaull
rday, and later 1 e oul
tii* followtnM fltutemenl
A club, aaao lal .rporatlon can t. i mor*
? tba law tnan an Indhrtdual. When evldenca
? it .i club thnt ll ' * Oie
law by aelllng Uquor, it, or lu ai
i on-keeper or hi.-*
emptoye. if an ofl.-**r haa ertdence of a \. latlon
ib, it la %\* luty to rn .k,- an an I
?rlU da ao or be ea.led t. If a
Ot ra..:: ha- IU * ? I applMa for a B
I llaw* BO lo ibl irt
dlacrlmli >
lt waa aal I I offlc'ali 'entral
OdMa tbal ll arai extremelj doubtf
couM obtnln ertdenea ??' th? flale of Hajuon H i -
? - ? . -
?trangei- from golng ::.-" tlie clubro ma
th-y ni- Inl " ! i *'i b] membera Al!
hav* ??'? lanta ... tbc d ira who know the mem
i-r.- b) <*.>?? ?
tha i II would !??? llfflcult, if nol im
pii*cihi*. therefore, for a poilceman to galn i
i
laj
Th*odor^ i<o.,i?*v*it Ifl a member ? ' th?
League italj mtd l i ? frlen l l
nad nol ??? ? il the clubb-uae on Bunday all
SHoWiyt, OF REPtBLlCAX IX8PECT0R8,
i...
I'-v n*:t' ANP B1XTT-TWO FAtl.Kn Ti' PA88
IRAL BODEBBOUOH'g EXAMIKATIOB.
:.\: Rodanbough Chltf of lha Election Bu
. ... ? ?-. :-.;,'..., itati ment,
ng th. number or i>-- ra of
rho I ed 1 , ? -1 11 ? eaamlnal
Itiartera Ta l .*v*n hundre
elghty-two were elti l to appear f. - exnmlnntl m.
There ware - ? examlned Ml fall Ing to appear
or the latter number 181 flled decllnntlona. Of
-??.?? > re i
quallned waa 2.071 f I
..,.;..' elerkfl wlll be beld on Baturdaj -
14 an-! Septemher i^ Beptember I" ani Beptember
is The eaamlnatl ? etwi
...ii"'.. I to i ln th* |
nd 7 to t In l ?? evenlng Th- I >emo
crata wlll b? ? aan i
ABBAXblXd l" BKCBITB if U CMOBBB.
Ex-Ma: >r Hugti ' Orant Congre in i il nry C
Mtnei illed -iron the Dlal
I w.-rt- r. e red b]
. beld a - ??'? ? flMultatlon. Il araa u
n,, m< ed al it 1 ca lara irpon ? ?? Dl?
trlct-A ? ? ike aome a
for 't'*- .-??? :?' oi ??' ;: - ? . ?
DACGBTKKA OF IUI' MBYOLtrTI OX.
Baratoga R i " \ -?? -i " " ' red I i
,;... ],: ilutlon b] Mra BSIIen
Hardln Walworth to la .? ng I ? gueata w-r*
M ,. K iti regeni of tbe Bai
. - MIm Knlgl I ; vlce-pre.
? .
... rk Mrs Pannle . ? ? -
Mo ?"? ' Newark, S
'ge
toi
\:
ate
-
Mr-a
imdrewfl, ' Nea York. Mr. Morrli ol Vlrglnla;
Mn ind Mi
nel w.ilter Logi . ? ?" ???
ton, of I eni -? ? u ? ludge Row.
TIIKV dFd. THOt'GH, IN COMBISATIOX
;i Cg (wlth embarraaament) H
ij oa ng me i nea rhali
''lara - Pmpa Vefl It ? *om*thtng n*w r?s'.Mr*r* ?
o,h -a.-ikv o' Ibl ng in it. f<
' ?
M?llo' I didn't .uppo.e *ltber one of you
relihed MO pound*!
....,_ ;.?__. ._-...?nt. tfl... ?t Ir-'.- tom?i_iJ
EXPENSES OF TIIE POLICE.
ESTI.MATES F< >R THE COMINO YEAR.
OVCRBASI OR H-~M1 70 ovf.h THB .PPROPIUA
TI'.N rOB HAI.ARIKS THIS TEAB NF.W
BTATMniB IO BB Bt_T?AT TIIF. P< >
UCI BOARD*! MKKTlN'l vi:s
TFRTiAY
rWretnry Ball of the Pottce rivll BervtCO Hoarl,
reported that fhe followlng actlng roundamen. who
were .x.irti.ned laat week. were el.glble for prom >
Wllllam Hauer, f II C-OWtoy, <;?-.. rge f
Tltus. Wllllam II. Ii.igg.in. Edward A Burgoyna,
I" B I'.ii.r.. Michaei w Tlerney and H HiMebrand
\: wera per_B_u_eatly appolnted. Thev arlll recelva
ti.'"" a rear. ltound?-'i u rbrnad artll conttnua
la : ? duty in th- Bureau of Blectlona, and Rounda?
man Tierney wlll remaln ln Presldent Rooaevelt'a
oflVe M. Hend'|iinr'er.? Roundaman Eabrt la In
.hirge (,f the tanomant-houee aquad itoutidamun
T'.ius ?n< foraaoriy a detectlve-eergeant
The i-.imm'ssionera had before thetn the depart
BM Ital .srimate of the amount ra-pilre.l for ex
for the year 189*5. lt araa adopted. The imm
Of IMftM ia requlred for the salarlea of .-..ir.mls
Blonora, chlef of pollce. deputy chlef. slx Inapectora,
eighteen atirgeona, thtrty-nlne captalna. 17? aer
geants. lsn ro.indsmen. URl patrolmen, etghty-four
- tortaaa and forty dete tlve-Bergeanta The anwunt
requlred for Balar>B for i??> is an lacreaoa ?-' |M
.".17 7n ..ver that for thtn year The am...i.,' H , I
for the laiaries vt the clerftal foroa la BB.BRX, .tn
-.> ,.f $30ii over tba amount allowed 'his year.
The S It.l ? fieeded for the ,'|vll S'TV..'.
clerka ?' ?? for the pollce telegrapb employea.
I f.- emplojraa at H
in ,-,.. ng laboi (eanera boatlera al bi i
n the patrol baat > *.V Lii.
i ? ihe aum .. I ared th -
pprlea for Ihe pollce wlll cool flZMU-B Thla
?:. ludea prlntlng and atatlonery, horaea, coa
.,.; i iigbt, i ippllea Th- amounl allowed
for thla year araa PStMO. Th- aum of \YA\9R\ la a.sk.'d
. ? . . -. ..... ra and tlttln..' up o. Bl
The L'oramlBBionen requlre the aum of
I ? . , . ? ? ? -iiti.vi Do
..n. ,,? i utattoni Kor elghl pal
irneaa. IH - aaked; M.H
ind $250,000 ' - ' ;
111.000 w i- allowed for mttngei
, ? ? .. ?
? Commlaalonera alao aaked foi the aum of
for MM, on
Tn.. amounl ? llowed thia
\'r\: la Iflt.flO The total amounl <t the depart
f, ; w*.. exclualve of ihe electlon
I -- i ? .. The amounl allowe4l by
iatlmate an l Apportlo ment ' ??
* aa Sfa._64.9Z
Tn.- I'omn -- ha i a talk ei - nn
-.- M- Parker wanted to In
,-. ,.. t euhVlei lo bul -i new Btatlon
? Hlgb Brldge puli.-e Treaaurer V ?
... .??. the i 'ommlaa'.onei
take p..--.-. s.-lon of prop.- on Bltea I ?'
I nga and erect new bulldlnga wlth
? red from the laaue of boi Ib
-
? The Migh Brldge .ml Kin^sbrilce atatlona. aaid
Mr Pa dlagraceful Tne.- are a mena."
tha men When there la a hlgh
?
remalna then ' r weeka We wam new
- at ihes- plaeea |U_rl as aoon as we can g*-t
them
Th.- nthei era agreed wlth Mr Parker.
rlll ahortly be takei to have new atal ma
Hlgb Brldge and Klngabrtdge.
77//; POLICEMEN'S HELMETS.
COMMI8BIONER QRANTa. ACTION TO BE
REVI8ED
BB HAD AWARDED Till-: COKTRA T A CALL POH
BEALED BIDB AND BAMPLBB
j. A Bpellman, the Park R * hatter, ma; noi g..
th? contra ' v
?he regulai meetlng ol " Commlaa
reeti r i i' the ei '??
vve'e
Bupplrlng ? eta. It tun
iit-i Oranl Irnvan >f the Commlttee on Be?
B tO gO
ahead ai I maki tei belmeta for the
Mr Bpi llman haa tbi .yeara
araa oi *? hr '?' lw,,v
Oranl -<?.?- ted tha Bpellman bal aa the beal ??
- ? -. tlie
iulti i mai
ter
, , ? ?'?'-.?
tn.it; ? the "1 ha I
kt s..i l. "and I i'i ke 1
.. ? the I- -?? quallty, an l
I c .ugh- tbal thi
i . seen then ipoke to lome of ihem
: Ther.- was a. Uttle ? iul orderlng
ita, a.. 1 told Mr Bpellman to go ahead a- l
nuike them. I ba e goi eend for him now. Wa
ure gi.tr.g to call for r.ew blda ?>: d sample- '?
. |anl Booaev. ai I Commlaeloner Parker
would not iii.ik- ? ??? ei
_.-t or. of Col at... Orant, bul In the eaecutlve aeaaloi .
-,on of Commlaalonor Parker, the follo
rea.dutlon a -?lj B I pt<
Where... . 'ommlttee on i>
pa.rs a:. . Buppllei lea.gnateal .). rl.
Spellman as -ie laaler from rhom I
?hall purchaae thelr belmeta for arlnter wear,
Reaoived, Thal tr.e -a.J dealgi i ? ai
?ommlttee be dlrected to forthwtth _.ek
? fun lahlng luch b ita, ta be a -
companled arith aamplea and thai sail , imn
before the Boar I
ai Ita - pen meetlng for a tlon
L1QCOB DEALEB8 OFF FOB TEOT.
PROBABt_.m*_a or wnon bt thi coxvbntion
OU THE EXCUB QUEgTION.
The New-York and Brooklyn delegatea t,> the
I Ine, Liquor
anl Beer DeAlera' Aaeoclatlon ..f New-Tork, to ba
ii, i: iv to-day, kfl Weehawken, N J., oo a
trali ,,..... the Weal Bhore Rallroad ai I M
v.-s'erd.u afternoon.
Owlog to ihe bittor oppoaltlon on ti." pirr of tha
liquor dealera tu the preaenl atrtct enforeemi
the eactae law or. Bundaya, tba local organlaatloa
sent 171 delegatea, who ara Inatructed to make a
flght ln the convention for thi paaaage ol a reaolu
tlon by :he S'.ite aaaoctatlon arhlch shall demand
mor.- just and 1-ss strlLg'-:.- M iJ- leglfl tl ? Ap
parentl) the delegatea from thla cltj and Brooklyn
ar.- ln barmon) wlth thla movement, and, with the
ald of the Buffalo detogra bope the conven?
tion wlll take At ilalve actlon ln the matter of s.m
-i.iv openlng b ln rttlea <>: the tirs.
- .. dlvlaloo of sentimen' among tha liquor
aa -.I whal meaauraa tha Btati
ahall advo.ate BOBM ar- ln faVOT Of local Optlon,
but ihe propoaition is oppoaed by many whooe prln?
clpal objoctlon to II arlaaa from tha fa. l thal l.-sia
gf aueb a charai-ter arOtttd have ;.. be BUb
: -.i a v.i.r- ot th.- people before li ? ouM bo
ilr.ai y ena.-te i, and if this pollcy wera adopted lt
?j. i requlre 100 loi'g u tlme for tha trade '.j
ra reiinf it is probaMe, sume of tha delegatea
.ti wii. advooata Um paaaasa
or a law provldlng for Iba opontnB of tne aaloona
oi. Bundaya during certaln hours. and lhal a coin
mitteo w.i: be appolnted to .lra.'t a bill whlch ahall
thi letnai la of the trade a lull of this
mn would meet wllh much favor among
ii,. local dealera of New-Tork Oty. lt la said, and
:.. i n,.,i. wii. ba aubmltted t.< tiie n.-xi Leg?
lalature
Amo:.g the New-York delegates were Aldertn.iB
a- ir-v. \ Koonan Thomaa Cryan. Jamea Walla ?-.
J..hn Lnnahan, P Y O'Connell, P. Coleman,
Thomaa I' Ke^nan. .lames i' Murray. ei-Aldei
irrell and Beery, I'airi.-k Karreiiy. Thomaa
Murtha l' Uougherty. Morrta Tekubiky, Carl
Prankel, Michael Kyan, T. F. O'Connor, C Hei>
horn and F . Cook ,.
,g the Hr.-.ikKr. delegafen were IihvI-1 \
\ i. Sawman, A Wiison. J Kulton. F.
Doyli Jamea Cook. Charlea '. Haealopp, Charlea
Klng M Haealopp. -lohn D. Hulaien. J..aer.n l
.?..lllna Harr-. .i Sn\ ler. .lohn M-Henrv. .lamaa
H Ke.'.rne . leorg. \\ _ 1 lt..t.1 C L Bulllvan. V
i. ran Conrad Steubeniioad. Praaartcb Von
W? Igan ...i i .'. erlee M..t:
TRA ASA Tl A Y TH' TR iVFI II B ?
Among the paasengera who arrlved here yester
d.iv on -he FulU. of the North (Jerman Lloyd
Lir..- wora J A. Bmnd. Dr J. H Colt, Pradar k
Carlylo h P caaadnna 'ohn r, Kensier, D I .'
Loa. Profoaaor and Mr? Ueorge MaaBOM. Thomaa
N M 'arten. ]r Thomaa I Wllaan aid H V H
Waldroa
Th.- I.ahn. of ihe aame llne, wlll aall to-day for
fouthanipton and BroOMB, and among her paaaen?
gera will l.a- Cheater H Aldrlch, Lieutenant R.
ilemm A Warren Kelaey, Frederi'k Kolh, Mle*
Ratelle H Mcfheane) Sir I>evtd M'-Pheraon,
Colonel and Mra .lohn 8 Rlldle liugh Howaid
i. i-i.? _..- XXra. LL i- aubbmn.
MILKMEN AND .1UVGES MEET
THE LAWfi AS TO Ann.TKRATKD MII.K
DUCUMBD.
WMOLBBALB DSALBM DBC-ABB THAT TM-R
WILL PORM AB 0WOAW-BAT80M TO P_B>
moti thk wroMi or thk
MMI.TII HOAI
A aaanmlttee of fiv* from th* MtoilaBBja Mi'k
I,..**... m heM a .?onfer*n'-* yeatarday
afternooa with th* Jnetteea of BpacMI Banw\ ">"?
Thera ware praaanl at the caafaranca J
Jerome, Hlnedale, Holbrook and Jarorw. of the
Courl of Bpeclal ieaalonfl. Th- Health EtoaM araa
repreaented by PreaMenl wil-on. Dr Bdward Mar
tln cbemlflt; Oenaral _M-a?oi_i Clark. Baeratary. and
Dr Braaai |_cdarlet. The rommitte* frorn tba
Whole.al* Mllk I'.-aler*' A- ? *******
Charlaa Blekee, rfaw-Terki M ?- ?aa'ard, Kew*
Tork I ?? Jordan. Mlddletown. N V; Oaorgfl
Blauter CnmBbeU Hall. ani W. A wr.ght. .'iinton
Placfl
Th* meetlna. wbleb wa. b#M b-hlnd etoaod door..
U.t*.l from .1 o'clock untll 1:U o'cl k Tba co"
mi,. from tb* WbolaaaM Mltt Dealer- Aa
n iha privar* mom af th* Ju.i.* or Bpe rlnl
I .. ,. v..h*r* the m**t.nK araa held, baatlly aad
? .' im i ti talk about tb- eanfarance
Juatlca W. TrBB-fl Jerorae, howerer, dld BOt
thmk there wa* am neceealty for eoneeallng thfl
objecti ..f th* meetlng H? aald thal ihe ommlttea
to gel - ?me polnta aboui tba lawa deallng
wi.h mllk adulteratlOB Tha Btate lawa requlred
that there ahould be vi p-r eenl M i-n\>,\. in mllk,
3 p?-r ceni of whlch ahoul i ba I il
?Th* Imprnv-l BMtBoda," BBld JuMlCfl J-r ne,
.. tbal miik mu.t BOI : " '?- P*r '- nt
.? of whlch Bhoul I ba f.it*. Tne
Whole.ale miik Dealer - i that proa
, - ? belng inhtltuted In all caaea afheTe tbe
.,??.??.-?.- .howed !*?. -ban I l < '??<? Tbe
n nr i if Health whlle that mllk ihould
..... .; ? .- ', wlll 11 .1 infltltut*
. -.pt m eaaa ?? fai falla
I per
mmlttee waa
ti v ii ? i ki a II th i held reap
to a -?? ? ' * ' *?' *> tn*
retall mllk dealei
"Weaeeured th* comn tu - ' !.-???'
??that the) were noi golng to b. h*l I i -
provlded tl.he) exercl?ed ordlnnt. ? ir- anu????*'_
? ., a , told the
fat th' Board f H ? lt Intend
?utlng for an- technlcal offenc*.'
the commlttee tnformed
they were g ig t form. a ?ti >?
organla-itlon ani arould po-operate with th* Mefl a
Hoard to the fulleel ei l ? ? ?'?* <**'iK , _
draa up ? w"ng
' *
M\, .;. e i ib -ed bv tbe i.ai lal oi 4i
1 mllk ? iH pelled from I
i . ., Im ?-? ' again.
Mld i ? r. ? ntlj .. wn ?
? isew
? m per cent
k pia ln thi
ln N'ew-Yorh
"We ' r"
Impure mllk trled b) ? Jur) of th ? peopl ?
-
him lf he li ' , , ?_, . ._
. ira. no talk nf al'owlng ai ? ?-? I w a
get off Hl I '" ?' '"' -
' "The queatlon,' I i H 'hem ai ? ?
. . never came up ?
TBE BALLAXTIXE8 BAYE TBB PIOCA.
THB. RBOROABIZB THB I'BIPPI-BB nJ'H AKTKB
patinq rra i**i
Th< Board of DlractaN of tha Plqua Clu%, the
. whi.-li haa au. eeded the Neu
*
.... ihe offl' - ol Wh '? ' I : t*aa ?*' N" ?li
Prlor l
thal .' Harbarl Ballnatlne ani Roberi D. Ballan
brewlng Brm of P. Ba lantlne _. Boaa.
?t s'ewnrk, had aaaumed control ol the affa
the club and hnd pal I all tl - "f ?he or
ganlxa I on
??Wi aaa ime ch irgfl b?-daj aldJ R. i ??? rt ?'? >;
lantlne. "and henceforth th- club wlll be run b) ua
-? ? ln
chargi manager, _
,
new ora . ,
: w;--'.
. Club a. : Kobei _ 1
- , 1 . ,-n
Mr.
nger said , lh
-
th, entlr. bu I IU | frorn the p_eaant
_
... iii li
? ln ' feu layfl
8BE HU HI- BEAD AOAtXST THT WALL
, ? ?? MAN v bo p
IN v B< '? BL W
Thomai inavai
waa aent to jall - J'
I . * ? ?
U on a charg. of burglary preferr.
Btarr of Xo 631 Bergen-at. More l U ha la
?uftering from a number of
b*od f.r win h h? haa Mn Btarr I ? I lame.
L.navan was pn '-i" ':' af Mr-. - rrt
fronl parlor ? ? ': t;' ?*? '? <"???'?? ,,v *"
-
\.., ... I.?,-*???
brlc .-bi i' '?'?-' " '' '" "
AB h*
n atoi ' of
th"re he ipended, kicklng and a i ggl
fr? hlm.elf
LITTLE WOBBT OYEB GOLD.
WITHDRAWALB OF H.-BB.0B0 ABTJ BO DRPOBIT B|
TII[.: BTXUICATE THK RBBBBVB BBLOW
THE HCXDREP MILLION B .RK,
There wai i " ' w ? B "' "
ov-r the i " "r u i:
, -? , nt I ?? Treaaury, te Con
n | x, jorda v ? ml 1'nlte 1 BtaSr* Trea
and tbe fallur* ol the - a II ate to H_ake ai
ropped to M7.710.T__, n
bined ? - lei lop mu h a) lo I a n n mg
? ?
NIr part of th- confUfllon
contrtbuted by i.i- prflfl" - hy tha atatement that
he was on hla arai h a ra itlon M Blr H l
ar i had merely dropped In upon Mr JgMan ??? **
fer BbOUl mm. r mBttel
Wn, tht - ??? ? ' uai depoall any gal I waa
B ma... -,;.x Qroblema In wiilob eom*
?nw ia InabUltj ol thi Belmonl M .rgan (Mbple
the artlcle, and by othera .: wa* Intlmated
. ',' ?:,. wlthboMIng of gold for a 'efait- perlod
? ,. ? ii i HfT.,' l di llghl ' ' tha bear li
? waa announcad on whal teemedg
Bj thal tha gold neceaaar)
dred-mllllon-dollar aqulllbrlum w wl i ba I ?th "ining
to ! I)
The Treaaury iraenre In th* n .rntni a*aa M8.810.
TtX Thla waa broughl dowa lo MI.TM.Tn h) J ?
imi arlthirawala for ablpmonl to-daj t. foUowa B
ll . Toaam.. .v Bi U.OOO.Od I l ?
<?.< v. iiai .\ Fuller, li'"'.""" Th*
Me'tal Compan) arlll flblp M-.880 In gold bara oa th*
, Labn
The Chaaa Natlonal Bank. It ?** reported, iup
! plie-l IW0.U0.I iii gold 8 rreaau tai vi-^k
lr. exchange for greenback. Henr) \\ Cannan, tha
1 pre.ldent >f tha bank, arould nelther conflrm nor
i-n. the reporl ThM actlon of Ihe bank (aln
truth ?.?* generall) a. .epted) l* ln Itn- ?..ii the
,lew. o( Prealdenl Btlllman. ol the i lt) Sa
Bank, who, aa alreadj told In Tb* Trlbune, ea
?ith- wlllingn*.. if the bank ofBcera to< .me ta
the ald of the s.iti-Treaitun with ?"i i provlded th*
otli*r a.-i.i.-iat* l ti.i.ik.* wouM alao contrlbute
por tion to their bolllng. Th* Impreaal ?n
i ihrough thi* and otber mean.*. th- ayndlcat
ix ln a poaltlon td aae it. ?**. elaar lo holding ap
th? refl.rv* for a month at lea*- Severthelefla the.*
were tno** ?h.> ta;k*i "f anotber l**-e of Otovetm
ment bonda Tb*> w-r* a wn umaii factor, h iw
-%?:. ti- tba general opl
i ;//.-> nn niiiiTi TBAB8
Klreman Jobn r?rlrfln. of P*hglne COBBpany No __,
|g ,.let,ral*d lb* :hlrt,-tti a inlver.ary
of hl* appolntment In the F.r- I'.?partm-nt H*
faml!\ ani frlenrt. and a Iir** g'tmber nf hla
aaaodatea a^emble.l at N?>. M: Ki't . ?ne-hnndre.|
and-twentMU-i aad pBeaeuted .iim a i*?tln.ontal
and a gold Badge In haa >r of l.i' long and faltnt.i:
nervi-e Klreman WtUMm H Ui.hler, of No. 16,
Bia le tbe pre.enUtlon ?pe?._.
A TALK WITH MK. COUDEBT.
NO HIXT Omn HtM OF AN APPOINTMENT
T'l THK R7PMUn MENCH.
I'ARISIAN NF.W8rAPF.ivS ANIa tiikir BL*9OA3B0B
OF rtjrt.F. THK l.l'KK OT f.RI.EANBB
nunwanoM bib btock
IN TRADfl
Frede|Jc p. ro'.:1ert wna back ln hla offlce at TT*
-j \V, eeferday fr .m hia Barapaaa trlp
ilMl re*1 to r.n.w bla Mhan in hla law practlce.
Mr Coodeal Id as happy an embodlment of the
.Amerl aa -Itlaen aa there la to be found m
PRBTBRIC R. ('. iT'PF.RT.
the lan I Ha eomhlne. |- deligh'f.r. aaoaaono -BB
..^ of tha urhai ? and po'.tarted P_rl?i_jv
11 i ., aii-ar-'mi Amerlcan whoaa fa.th _
Ptj r
Mr ?'? I- r,.s. il I 'ha' - HrtNBt or __?
: - et nad be had il ' * PraaMaBB
ind regarding Btaaef aa tha auc
,' tha la-. ludge Konrell E Jackaoa. On
th.' thlrd-term qaaatlon Mr Couderi was aa '.o
.|Ua ? o ia aa the pr v >r
When tt can.- ; Partalan aewafeaporn, however,
? --...??? t thlng aay. eapedally when
I i dlrect ? -? -?' a - - a 'he naft-a
j,.,-- rt.ntly made i.v Charlea A Daaa BaM hai
.a the great feai Parta ia bobb
paper EverjrthlBB ln the paper 1- wrlrep with a,
.. .* ? , I,,,.,-.. li.-' ? ind tinlshed atyle. F.n.-h BfH>
ia perfect lq Ita aray la ihla respect as it can
be mai" I,, th? Am*-rican newapaper the cry ta
?\. v.- SttrnV In ih- Parlalon newapaper lt ta
alwaya *Btyl?r Wh?n ln p.r's I can get rtror* r.ewa
regard >.g aventa in :h. French eapttal from ar. old
Vew-Torh newapaper 'han I ean from a Parlahaa.
nowapaper The P ??? - rr*1 a00"
i4 newa Bui '-? l i n"v b''olt
- ... ii of the uaual or
? tha art of war.
;-. : '.:. B, and
to know .? . ?
? p.j. Parlelan newapaper are
e'.egantljr, lenn -: roughlj wall doaa And
. true of lli - The Trlbune and
f ?-. in in- _ r- ll ran nd me BIKtl "f tha
\Ir '? >u lert - .1-1 :??? hi.l awn n - nf tha
glltraj md other munlclpa.ltiea
,,f the poaltlon Pa ' l?at ?.
- ,,: i'4., ;? -. ? . w :..-' ? exnlM
aald he, "m ? n that of - ro, ainco
tnou
?ii 1- ? m rl ma \.i Frai e wl " ,,7
Ina ? ? - '* n ul
bc :,....... ?* tha
ng or
_?- ? ' ',
that the I ? u - : ~*nl*
raet,
'"':
iat.
"Hla pr. ?? <?"0
?
IAM1IIAI. SAilEA IS ll'.K LI8T.
? '
-
?i ar ! Mai
| ; MtBB ? : ?BI) IN THK Ot__ IN''l'T?
JIKN-l - I'.K'-FSTi.V rOI'KI
mati ,-???? ' "****
lave aut i :i ?? ' Bai - - ' I or
u_ - ?.-??-? Batur
.... .1 - .- .- ? tho
? ' i
. ? ? - ? ? ?? 4
on i ?? .... i"omi
of tha
axriae rtla itroaf
polltiolai - -,; ' ":,v,!
v . | ;.. n ara imlnBl
" -
Br Iget
llran. for murder on
Mar, v, . ... IcBh. rry, for BunalauBhtar
. .. Mai i C. Pai atan
' >r
[ai
-
... 1871
, ? .,i tmenta for keeptug d.e
. . . . ? thia
... ? IM . Syl
... ? . a Beptember M IITI I - al Jea. on
..... igalnat
.j;l,,,t, v.,.-:.-. managei I ith Btroel The*.
- >;. ? lldren, and
,? ? . r datea r.>r kdn i bb4h
- ? , ita A co.
and t.i :?*???. ark Beheaaa ln
Wall-et. undi I - gw.' ? '"; K **** hiaamaaa,
-*. .1 .:i, K -aahort BMd,
for n tlon ln N.ave.ii;,.-'. 1177; Ludua Ap
pl-j,y, r : | . ? .1 bookmaklng ?> May 2J,
'*," v . ? larjr M. Mi
! that
aakod about
? ""'m._
aed _" dia
? yrntt*
a'tarward - ? " lendent. a ? l.e re
vi' :- ? ***
aaa __?
- .
/>?. BRADFORD IX COCBT.
M VJ. >R I.Rt'li.
Hl-.I.n IN ?-.""?"' ?-? BXAMNATl
M \;, . \ . Ot'RTKKT.
Dr, . arhai- '?" B. BraaMord, of Ko ?'? Thirl-ave?
and i 'tn ". Kli '? -'" ea-kaopi i ' I i -' Ha__ tha
w.r.- urrested by Se
ct Servlce agraata las; Batai ty. aora arraigned
tirfor.- L'nlted Btatea Commlaaloner AleaaaBar yea
l#t 1 i af'-rmain for exannnat;. :i. Dr l<radford
v.,. repreaantal by ?'? C CaaapheU at No. 365
B ... wav. _- - i) '? BBl l i-Fed Stat - 1' -'- ???-Attor
... w.r.. ? Macfartaae aad 1 Mr BaH,
.;;.,,,.; iti 1 ?? ? . 'II.1B wera
\ tnar, wifeof l'r. Joaeph L. Coaurt
I Brookljn 4 the
other alleged couatarfeltera arho wer- arrested
w!,tl [?r " |f -l laal lai irday, aal rod tha room
and aaked thi pertalaaloa of l l -ttocaap
k t.> Ur Bradford Tb - a . graal I I n
ird ?ne calk l oul foi tha Dlatrl t Attomey
? ilaf y.az. ii to " -.'tne over ard boar Ur. Hrad
I >r.i vlndlcate her bnaaand." At her earnaat requeat
Dr Bradford hal told her trit ba aovor h*d had
any bual ? a I - letma I
\o f4; ri..!iv ,v.:- tak.II Tha C -tiituiss-.oner flxed
tk i..i of Lh Bradford at BBMt and thal <*t
al B_ aat ThU BtatnlaaHWI w_* net for Thura
k
rtnay arlll be .'xa:nitie.i to-day aofara rmtad
m r.?* r.ininiiB8:.>ner itouialna, in Joraay (ity,
led aa one of the BrocklBBB gang
of icounterf. I
Th* ias< agalnsf .'.irlton Hentley. of No. _g
Eaat Oao-baadn I ai I tweety-Bflh-et . lt waa an
n iincod, ?_ja not >>: f.-aiv for aanaataattOB He^it
ev was an aaatatam to Lhr Bradford .'h.ef Haaert
aaid that iils arreat waa tnore m connectloa wlth,
th.- fs.-np. last Auguai of 1 ?r Bradford. wblcb
would i.e aifted to ti.e bottoaa.
The chMf alao announcad lhal Bacrat-SBnrtBB
\gei.t Taomaa Callagaan, wh.., with w j Hnrna,
.?..^ i: ciwarge of Dr. Bradford, ot N . Ul T.iir.1
aia>. at the 'Hli.' of the latter s e?< a;.?> had beea
. . b) Sec-etarj v'arlls. ?
m.ij .r Drummond, et-Chtef of tiie s.- ret Servlee,
*hi? Courtnej ;s renlh lames Mrummel. who haa
a raeaN a.s a connterteltar exten.iing back to tba
aixtieB
U Lj r Hrummond a! ta 1
'Wh..! the kdanttty ..r the man found in Brock
wav'a houae ln ler.ey Cliy at the tlme of tho
latter a arreat. an.l allowed to go under ihe nama
n' \ 1 .lp'i Smith boeaataa known. there wiil ko t\
aeiiautioii thiuughoui tiio -ountiy.'

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