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NEWS OF BROOKLYN.
CITY OFFICERS ATTACKED
THE CIVIL SERVICE REFORM ASSOCIA?
TION ELECTS OFFICERS.
MAYOR Wl'RSTER. FIRE COMMISSIONER RRTANT
AND CONTROLLER PALMER RECEIVE AT?
TENTION". AND ARK SAID TO HAVK
EVAIED THK LAW.
Thc Civil Service Reform Association, of Prook
lyn, hold Its annual meeting last night at Historical
Hall. elected officers and listened to a brief address
by Its president. William G. Low. and a report
by its secretary. Charles Edwards Woodbridge.
The only feature of Mr. Ixtxv'tt brief address that
Ja espe.-lally noteworthy ls a mild criticism of
Mayor Wurster and ex-Park Commissioner Wood?
ruff for alleged evasions of the Civil Service lnws.
Mayor Wurster poems to be blamed because ho
did not prevent Mr. Woodruff from having; a largo
number of cm-doycs In Forest Park without re?
gard to the Civil Service Intvs.
The following officers were elected for the en
ruin*; yeur: President. William G. Low; vice-presi?
dents, the Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott, the Rev. Dr.
Reese F. Alsop. L'tlinn Allen Doty. C. M. Nichols.
Marls Pnckard. William Potts, Edward M. Shep?
ard. Alfred T. White.
Executive Committee?K. IC. Alden, J. W. Chad?
wick. Charles Claghorn. Alexander Forman, J.
Warren Greene. Franklin W. Hooper, C. H. liver?
more. Frank Lyman, ex-Mayor Charles A.
Schleren, Frederick BL Sclienck. Henry Sanger
Snow. S. Perry Sturgis, Charles E. Woodbridge,
Henry Yonge.
Mr. Woodbridge, the secretary, In his report,
reviewed the effects of the Civil Service In city,
State and nation in the last year. and. referring
in detail to the enforcement of Civil Service regu?
lations In Brooklyn, took occasion to criticise se?
verely S number of the city officials. He attacked
former Park Commissioner Woodruff, accusing
him of appointing men for political purposes.
Fire Commissioner Bryant is criticised In th?
report for appointing twenty-nine temporary fire?
men in the absence of an eligible list, nnd refus?
ing to retire them until compelled to do so hy the
courts. The report says lhal a hill ls now pending
design ".(I to legalize their appointments, and that,
aljhough the bill ls likely to be declared unconsti?
tutional, "the incident in itself ls not entirely
cre.litchle."
Controller Palmer ls bitterly attacked, and one
sentence of the report sr.ys that the Controller
"has continued to nttack the reform wherever pos?
sible, ;ind tims Impair the efficiency of the public
service."
The report does not undirestlmi'e the attempts
made hy most of the officeholders to uphold the
Civil Service.
With reference to the places In Schedule A af
frtcted hy the derision of Judge Keogh, which de?
cision has for the last two months deprived nearly
two hundred city employes of their pay. Mr. Wood
bridge's report says:
"If the decision of Justice Keogh ls affirmed, a
radical revision of Schedule A must follow, hut lt
will be easy for those who now hold their offices
without warrant, mid who are flt to remain, to
qualify In the legal manner, taking their chances
with other citizens, but possessing a distinct ad?
vantage In the examinations because of thc experi?
ence that they have had. The competitive rules
would he ex'ended not only to these higher sub?
ordinate positions, but to the county employes, the
employes of the Hoard of Elections, the Hridge and
the Board of Education. For the latter class a
system of examinations not In conflict with tbs fljrs
tem now in operation might easily be arranged, as
lt has been In Rochester and ls ubout to be in
New-York and Buffalo."
One of the probably unlntentlonnl evasions of Ihe
report ls the neglect to candidly consider and make
a recommendation with referent* to the point raised
not long ago by Hubert G. Taylor, County Treas
urer, who said that his bondsmen would not stay
on his bond unless the treasurer had something to
say about the selection of his subordinates, who
handle the funds of Kings County, for which Mr.
Taylor and his bondsmen are responsible.
Another feature of *he report which will cause
criticism on the part of the frletuls of City Works
Commissioner Willis ls the way In which Mr. Wil?
lis's administration is put In an unfavorable light In
comparison with that of ex-Commissioner White.
Mr. Willis's friends assert that his record as Com?
missioner haa never been excelled, and they say
they can produce the figures to prove lt.
IN NEED OF MONEY.
DISTRESS CAUSED BY JUSTICE KEOGH'S
CIVIL. BBRVICX DECISION.
SCHKDCLR A MBN HAYS RKCKlVED NO PAT FOR
SEVERAL WEEKS AND Fl'NDS ARE RUN
NINO IOW?ttO RELIEF IN SIGHT
CNTJL TUB COURT OF AP
PFALS IS HEARD FROM.
There is much financial distress among those city
employes whose salaries ara* being held up because
of Justice Keogh's Civil 8ervlce decision. There
are upward of one hundred sud seventy of them,
and for nearly two months they have been working
bul bavo received no pay for January or February.
The 170 are persons appointed without competition
since the new Constitution went Into effe,-.t on
January 1, 1895, and whose places are above the
grade of laborers and bel mr that of deputy.
Deputy Controller Bowe said yesterday that he
thought lt would be two or three months before a
decision on Justice Keogh's holding might be ex?
pected from the Court of Appeals, whither it ls
certain to be taken from the Appellate Division,
when the latter has handed down a decision. Dur?
ing all this time no money will be paid to Schedule
A men.
As nearly all ot tho cltv employes live from
hand to mouth, many of the Schedule A men art
getting to the point at which they can no longer
??stnn<i orr" their butchers and linkers. Home of
them say they trill have to quit soon If relief does
not come.
Mr. Bowe ls of the opinion, however, lhat these
men will ba paid ultimately, even if Justice Keogh's
decision ls affirmed. Suits In equity, he thinks,
would be successful, as the men were appolnte'd
under color of law, and are now doing work, which,
if not done, would make tho wheels of government
atop.
IT WAS SOT AS EARTHQUAKE.
A m.AST AT THE OOVERNMENT DREDOINGS AT
HELL CATE MISTAKEN FOR A CON
Vt"Lf"ION OF XATCRE.
Many people In Long Island City. Ravenswood and
Astoria Mt what they supposed was an earth?
quake yesterday morning. Investigation showed
that the tr?*mor was caused by a blast at tho Gov?
ernment dredglngs In the East River.
ASSOCIATED CYCLING CLUBS ENTERTAIN.
THEIR FIRST RECEPTION U-.ST EVENING IV TIIE
roues manpion.
The Associated Cycling Clubs of Ivong Taland gave
their tlrst annual reception and dance last evening
In the Pouch Mansion. About two hundred persons
were present. Including members of tho twenty
four clubs in the association and their women
friends. The following committees had charge of
the arrangements: Floor Committee?Oeorge W.
Shannon. Prospect Wheelmen; I). B. Van Vleek,
Kings County Wheelmen; D. C. Hoc, Columbia
Wheelmen. Reception Committee -Waldo E. Fuller
Hrooklyn Bicycle club; A. C. Ruprecht, columbia
wheelmen; Michael Furst. Brooklyn Bicycle club;
J. H. ("oldman. Williamsburg Whe.-lmen; john Har?
nett. I/Ogan Wheelmen; lt. L. Smith, Routh Hrook?
lyn Wheelmen; Oeorge H. (lardner, Hrooklyn Hi
cycle Club; L. C. Hooper, Pequod Club Wheelmen;
Benjamin Anch.il, Hushwlck Wheelmen. Arrange?
ments Committee--D. De F. Lonrlerback, chairman.
A WHALE OFF SOI THAMl'TOS.
A right tatala waa sighted off Southampton, l.ong
Island, at noon yesterday. Then the horns began
to blow, and In a short time there were several
crews In pursuit of the whale. The boats were
under the command of Captain Herbert White.
Captain Jet ur Rogers and Captain Frank White.
Each had a crew of six men, and they went In
pursuit of the whale, but did not catch up willi
him.
He waa some distance off shore when he was dis?
covered *i?outlng. The crews did not take long to
get aft.-r him. It was the nm chase they had Tn a
number of years, and fi a time excitement ran
high.
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PLEADING FOR MAYHEW8 LIFE.
Albany, Feb. 18?(Jovernor Hlack to-day gave a
hearing to William T. Emmett, of New-York,
counsel for Arthur Mayhew, confined in Sing Sing
Prlaon under sentence of death for murder In the
first ila-grit- In having killed Stephen Powell, of
Hempstead, Deng leland, on March 7, 189"'. Mr.
Emmett came to urge the (Jovernor to commute
Mayhew'* sentence to Imprisonment for life. The
time allowed for the consideration of the case 1*
short, aa Mayhew ls to be executed March 7. dov
ernor Bases* asked that lispers be aubmltted, and
galil that he would ?-tM'p the case,
ROB RED AND LEFT UNCONSCIOUS,
AN OLD MAN AND HIS WIFE P.RFTALLY
ATTACk'ED BY RIFFIAN8 IN A BARROOM.
Woodbridge. Feb. 18 (Special).-Menlo Park ha?
added another crime to many thnt have been com?
mitted there, and the perpetrators have escaped
without detection. The hotel of John Welsh, who
la seventy years old, was entered hy burglars, and
the old mnn, with his aged wife, waa handled
roughly. Welsh and his wife live In Murderers'
Gully, nt the foot of Menlo Park Hill. The old
couple keep a small hotel, nnd by thia means they
make their living, and have mnnaged to save a
small aum of money.
Last night Mr. Welsh retired enrly. leaving his
wife to look after the bar business, with Instruc?
tions to close the doors at 9:30, but the old woman,
anxious to take the last cent, kept open until ll
o'clock. Then ahe closed up nnd started for bed
As she was about ready for bed ahe henrd the
sounds of a vehicle In the dully, nnd within two
minutes lt drew up In front of the saloon door.
Mrs. Welsh looked from the window of her bed
chnmber and saw three men alight from the
wagon. They banded on the door with a club nnd
demanded that lt be opened. Mrs. Welsh awoke
her husband, who got out of bed and went to tho
saloon. He Ht the lamp on the bar and then
opened the door to admit the three men. They nil
rushed In and the biggest man of the three de
mnnded whiskey.
They were served and drank freely, after which
the big man pulled out a five-dollar bill an.l. hand?
ing lt to Welsh, said. "Tnke your money out of
thnt." The feeble old mnn took the money with
trembling band, and opening a door In the Icebox
pulled out a big drawer filled with bills, and in his
excitement placed lt on tho bar, where the three
ruffians could see its contents. At this Juncture
the big leader of the three walked lo the end of the
bar, and. drawing a revolver from his hip pocket,
demanded the money. The old mar., with tears.
begged for mercy The robber then drew from his
pocket a blackjack nnd dealt Welsh a blow over
Um head, Inflicting a severe wound, nnd felled the
old man to the floor unconscious. The noise of the
fall attracted the attention of Mra. Welsh, who ran
to the barroom. As she stepped over tho threshold
of the barroom door she also received S blow that
rendered her unconscious. While the old couple
lay monning on the tloor the marauders thoroughly
searched the place from attic lo cellar, carrying
away about 8.150 In money, and escaped in the direc?
tion of Woodbridge.
The ruffians had made good their escape before
Mr anal Mrs. Welsh had recovered sufficiently to
summon nhl and tell their pitiable story.
Murderers' Gully has a reputation which lt has
gained within the last five years, anal ls known
from one end of Middlesex County to the other.
About a year ago "Danny" Dal.ney. a colored mun
who lived in the neighborhood of Murderers' Gully,
was called from his house In the evening by Jo?
seph E|.ps, and found later In the night with his
throat cut from ear to ear. Epps ls now serving a
s.-ntence for the crime.
About two years ago John Dann, n respectable
citizen, was driving from Welsh's saloon to his
home, one mil.- distant, but in the Gully he was
alragged from his buggy and killed. Then his body
wu-; placed on the railroad tracks lo corer up the
bloody crime. The body of Dunn was found lay Hie
trackwalker, but the murderer escaped.
A CH1CKES ROSE CAUSED DEATH.
IT I/1DGED IN" the OSaKaPHAOUS OP A JERSEY
CITY MAN. ANO AM- EFFORTS TO RE?
MOVE IT FAILED.
Albert P. Colntrel dl-d on Monday at bis home.
No. H OOttSgS'Sd Jersey City. Ills death was
caused by swallowing fl bone. He was employe.'.
as a decorator by New-York caterers. On Febru?
ary i! he went to Orange, and while there, hur?
riedly lite some chicken salad, lt contained a
small bone, which lodged in the .esophagus. He
wns removed to a Newark hospital, nnd the Roent?
gen rays were employed, but the bone could not
be dislodged. Colntrel was then removed to his
home, and Dr. George Culver was called in. The
bone caused an abscess lo form, mid the system
absorbed tho poison, death following.
DIDS'T THINK HE WAS NEEDED.
M'N'INNIE EXPLAINS WHY HE FAILED TO AP?
PEAR AGAINST THE MAN WHO HI'RNED
HIS RARN.
Freehold. Feb. ll (Special).?George Mc Ninnie
was to have been tried Monday for arson, for burn?
ing Samuel R. Forman's barn here on December B,
but when the case was about to be called Mr. For?
man was not present and, upon inquiry b.-lng made,
he was found to hnve gone to Philadelphia. The
case had to be postponed until next Thursday, ami
Judge Conover ordered the Issuance of a writ to
show canstr why ho should not be punished for con?
tempt of Court.
This morning Forman appeared in court with
counsel nnd explained his absence by an affidavit
setting forth that if a subpoena had been served on
him he had forgotten it. and did not think his evi?
dence was of enough Importance for him to give up
B business trip to Philadelphia. He also asserted
that h.* hud arranged arith th<* officer in charge of
the case on Sunday to have his wife and B servant,
who were both witnesses of the crime, appear in
court at different times, so as not to leave his bOUSS
alene, he telling the officer that he would bs away.
Chief of Police Johnson, who served the subpoena
on Mr. Forman, explained that lie understood Mr.
Forman when he told him that be would bs away
meant that he would bs at court. Judge Conover
tined Mr. Forman the costs of the proceedings.
MEETISG OF THE LEAD TRUST.
TUB PRESIDENTS REPORT SHOWS THAT THE TON
NAOE DISTRH1CTED WAS THE GREATEST
IN TlfE COMPANY'S HISTORY.
The National Lead ("ompany, otherwise known ar,
the Lead Trust, held its annual meeting yesterday,
at No. 1 Exchange Placr, Jersey city. Twenty
stockholders and proxies representing ItOll of the
HMM shares of stock In the trust BfSfS pr.-sftit.
The report of La. A. Cole, preside.it of the com?
pany, contains these BgureS! Totnl ass. ts, I3n.
(M'l,IT.'. .*..",; of the assets J2rt,7-*i,813 12 are lr. plant In?
vestment, which ls S decrease of Haa\7ttM during
last year: the surplus on December 31, 1W, was $."01,
GW> 02, a decrease In the year of Jl.V',431 80; the net
earnings In UN wire $1,1*4,'.'*:) 70; the four dividends
paid during the year aggregate.! SI.043.2*.0. The re?
port says that continually falling prices limited the
margin of profit, although consumption was stimu?
lated and the tonnage distributed was the largest
In the history of thc company.
Francis W. Leggett, formerly purchasing1 agent
of the Atlantic d.paitment of the company, moved
thnt a committee of three stockholders bo ap?
pointed "to inquire Into the expenses of the ad?
ministration and sugg.rsl any needed economy In a
report at the next meeting." Mr. Leggett in?
timated that the expenses of the company had
not been kept ns low ns they mlclit hnve be.-n
President Cole said that the management had
b.en conservallve In the matter of expenses. "For
the Information of those who may not know it "
said he. "I will say that Mr. Leggett was form.-riv
an employe of thc <?<>mi.any, but ls not now In it's
employ." This remark was understood by some of
those taking part in the meeting as an explanation
of Mr. Leggett'fl dissatisfaction. Mr. Leg-rett'a
motion received only one vote.
The following w.re elected directors to hold office
until the third Thursday in February 1MB: \ \,
Thompson, lt. R. Colgate, J. L. McRlrney. j a
Stevens. CharVs F. wella was elected director iii
the place of John ll. McKclvcy, who died In Pitts?
burg last spring.
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A YOUNG P08T0PPICB THIEF.
MIRSINC, LETTERS FOIND ON A TWELVE-YEAR
OLD ROY.
Hackensack Feb. IS (Special).?James Westervelt,
a precocious tweive-year-old lad, was to-dsy detected
robbing the postofhVe at Oradel,, nfter a watch had
been kept on him for some days.
Edward Maples, collector for the local council of
the Royal Arcanum, reported to Postmaster Land
mann that ho had missed letters containing remit?
tances for dues, and yesterday a letter containing a
$1 bill was not delivered to him, although the post?
master placed lt in Mr. Maples's box himself. This
morning Mr. Landmann put a decoy letter In the
Maples box and cautioned his clerks In the stare to
be on the alert. At noon, during Mr. LHmlmann'**
Shs sosa, the Wesiervelt boy entered the posiofflce
side of tho store, bjught a stamp and placed it on
an envelope, which was subsequently found to be
empty. When thu clerk went to the adjoining rSOSB
he heard a noise in the postoftlcr, and hurrying back
ww Westerv.lt run out. The boy wus chased -o the
closet connected with the stailon and two letters
addressed io employes were taken fiom lum, while
three more addre.ss.-d to H. M. Mitchell had bass
thrown Imo the vault and were recovered. The
letter taken yesterday was fjund In an outbuilding
at the schoolhouse, torn in blt*.
The fact that Mr. Maples, as collector for the
Ro>al Arcanum, received remittance* for due* sbSUI
the l.'.th of each month was known to few **arsons
save the members, and lt la though! thal an older
head prompted young Westervelt to steal the letters.
Postmaster Lundmann decided not to Institute pro?
ceeding* until he haa an Interview with the bl y's
?allier, who will be hotraa. ^f.-ni**hu
LEO AL INTELLIGENCE.
A LAWYER FORGOTTEN IV A SETTLEMENT.
J?||Q6 Hcekmnn In tho Supreme Court yesterday
denied on technical grounds nn application made
hy Ilnphacl J. Moue*, lawyer, for tho appointment
of .1 commission for tho oral examination of Mr*.
Julia A. Percival, nf Washington, I). C. Mra. Per?
cival sued Attired Oilman, a wealthy pltlien of
Milwaukee, iinft the non of Nathaniel Ullman, who
wa* for many year*, a leading leather merchant of
thia city, for WaAMk um.ler an alleged agreement bf
which Ullman waa to pay her $T?J0 a year. HM
Percival wan formerly Mina Julia N. Martin, a
New-York public-school teacher. In January, 1887,
she suc<l K.I wa ni S. Percival for n separation nn<1
to establish a common-law marriage. Percival,
who ls a stock broker of this city, anil a grandson
of Nathaniel Ullman, denied the marriage, but Mrs.
Pereira! was mieccssful In the suit, nnd was
awarded IXtl a vear alimony. Mrs. Percival alleges
that Alfred Ullman entered Into a verbal agree?
ment to pav her tins *.i>u a year alimony, but after
ll time falle.l |o do ko. She then sued him for $4,00.1.
and retained Mr. Moses as her counsel. She settled
thc case for $1,900 without the consent of Mr. Moses,
and he ls now suing to establish a Hen against her
for his fees, amounting to about $S00.
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THE WITHDRAWAL! LEGITIMATE.
Tho action brought by II. II. Stewart, a stock?
holder of the J. Harper Bonnet. Cotvvpmttf. against
J. Harper IJonn.-U and Margaret C., his wife,
chargl/ig that, "unlawfully conspiring," they with?
drew MAMA from the compaay, has heen discon?
tinued. The plaintiff's attorney, William H. Stay
ton, haa written Mr. Honnell an explanatory letter
saying that the charges of fraud and conspiracy
were made. In a legal sense, and that Investigation
shows that the withdrawals of money wero legiti?
mate drafts on sultry accounts of sums smaller
than were Inwfully due to Mr. Honnell. Mr. Stay
ton said In his letter: "The fact ls that Mr. Stew?
art and myself had B consultation concerning tho
possibility of the malters bec living public, and we
decided that the a.au.il state of affairs was so dif?
ferent from the legal slate of affairs Bet up In our
pap..rs that a pilbil, atl.ni would tte a Rross injustice
to Mrs. Hoi,nell an.l yourself, as well as to the
company In which Mr. Stewart was financially In?
terested."
GOtntT CALENDAR! FOR TO DAY.
Appa.|late Division- Supreme Court- Before Van Brunt,
P. J.; Barrett. Rum?e; . O'Brien an.1 Ingrnham, JJ.?
Opart opens nt 1 p iii. ' M.,tl.,n*. Or.lers: No*. SB, 30. 13,
IB -m. 7. :t4. SS, BS, 411. 41, 41'.
Supreme Cowl Sp.-, lal Term ?Tart I--Before Beek
man, J. Motion calendar called at iu::io a. m.
??arem. Court- Special T.-rm -I'art ll -Before Pryor,
.1. . ..urt open* at WB6 a. rn Ba parla matters.
Supienie i . un Bpedll T. rm I'art Ul?Belora law?
rence, J. M,,ti,,ns: Mo. 1 to SI, IndiiMve, No, 4i>s7.
Ww Y-.rk Wesi,?hem,r Water Company Ult. Central
Trust cmpani. Caa* aaSnlattod.
Supreme court ?Special Tenfl Bart IV-lief.re Bench.
J.- lau and fact: \..? ll. 4<>.'.\ 4t*H. 4112, 4117, 4KW.
6SU. Clear.
Baproaae C.urt Si.lal Term- Bart V?Before An?
drews, j. Caaaea t.. be aeal fr..m Bart IV for trial.
Clear,
Supreme Court Bpailal T.-rm I'art VI- Before Smyth.
,i Canaoa lo !?? n.nt froBi Bau iv for trial, .'ase an?
ita lehed.
Supreme Court Special Term I'art VII - Before Truax,
J. Klerated railroad caeea, cae,, unfinished.
BapreoM Coan Trial Tana -I'sn ii Before Freed
m..n, .1. Prefetrod ca ua*a: Noe. ins*..'.. HUH'., limn, 10696,
l.iit.i: II2S4, USB6 I ISM) 11090, I1166L ItSJOO, 1I...I4.
I1S3S nun. mt, usn, nc**", losss, losss, llSM, n.**-i7.
lin....!. lOBB., IIS28, USI IMS, < har.
Supr.-iii- curt -Trial Terra Pan III?Before Ollder
rleeve .1. Moo. SU,'.., .-.i!..',. S80B, .'(T'-T,. KSS, '???'.?'. 4<>7U,
ii.***- 4001, 4103, 8VK?, ,.<a.'.:i, 17."..;. 4777, .'.'i'll. fBU, MW.
1T774. .'Ci'iT. liol... Caae unBnlahad.
supretii.- Coan Trial Term I'art IV?Before Sedg?
wick, J. *Caaoea t,. be s-ni fr,,m Bart 111 for trial,
i 'lear.
Supreme Court?Trial Term*-Bart V- Before Daly. J. -
Caus,. io ba *-:it fran Pan 111 for Mal. ''ase unnnlahed.
Supreme curt Trial Tarra I'art vi Before Be ,u
ataver i Caaoeo lo be aani from Pan III for Ulai, .'lear.
Bnpreaw Coan Trial Terra Part VII Before Qlefer*
l.i.. .1. Noa. .?...:,4. 4i.i... IOT1B. ,-.7..:.. ITT.-*.. S786, :int. 1634,
8637, S8BB, SBBS, ;t'..**l. BOTO. ISSI, 8SSB, BOIS, .'.41.*.. 4".7o.
null, cnisa UBflnlabed.
Supreme Curl Trial Tem Bart VIII Before Uugro.
.). Caaaea to ba sent from i'art VII for trial, casar un
titn-li-.l.
Supreme Court -Tnai Tenn Bart IX?Adj .urned for the
term.
Buproina CO*n*t Trial Term Bart X -Before McAdam, J.
CBuaea lo l-e sent from Cart VII f.,r trial. Case un?
finished.
Bu Bl ema Court Trial Term Burt Xl B-fr- MacI.a-.-in,
J. Cauaaa t.> ba aaa! fr..m preferred eslaBdar for trial.
Clear,
Mipreme curt Trill Term I'art XII Before Barnard.
J. Caneee IO he sent from preferred calendar f ,r trial.
I*lenr.
ilarroa-io'a curt rrnambera i:*f..re Pitagerald, s.
Motion calendar called al 10.60 a. m. No. 'H.t. esin:.. of
Henrietta MrOo-rern, al -'i p. m. Will* for probate; Urala
Nutt Herman Ebel, Daniel K. M.irtin. Anna A Rosen,
Anton Olrandel, Herman Michaela, Hoary C. Tallmaa,
christopher KIBBUM, lam-s O'Neill, al K1-S0 a. m.; Bar?
nard Bu. i'-li irser, CarollrM M. wu*.n. Sarah s. AeAm,
Sarrocata'a Curt--Trial Term Before Atnol*. 8.- No.
1...7 villi ,,f .h.hn Friedrich, a: I0B0 B. m.
City Curl Special T.-rm Bofora Van Wyatt, c. J.?
Coun open* at lo a. m. Mot-, ne at !0*30 a. m.
Cltv Court Trlai Term Biirt I Before McCarthy, J ?
Koa i860 1806 14*!'. 1664. )U7.'.. HVSl, .T.'ltl, 17.M. 4174'..
I4v", 1668 ISST, l'"*''. KW, 4*.... I7n:,. -..M.'.. I6SS, ISSI,
4-jii*', 14li7 41h. 1IK.4. !?'.'.?".. 17'.-.. 1777. 17!'*?. 141"'. I68S,
IBBT i."*-.'. 2)?4?'i. MSB. ISM, ISST, Dir... USS. 1ft Bl. I66S,
1466. UM, IMA, iT"\ itu. im. -aim. ISA WT, 4144,
Clei'r,
CH* Court Trial TtllB Pan ll B-f.re Bchurhman, I,
-Nos int. WM, Ml, r."*4. MOS, vm. UAW, 1616, Tit. SSS,
1303 WW l**.'! 876, 880, ISl I**.".. ISM, liol. 088, I'M.
WW, 8811H. 8S10H, ISMS, ISM, Ha. MM, IS38, IBM,
Clear,
City COart Tri-u Term Bart III -Before O'Dwyer. J,?
Ko* 1'.'14 SW l','** BBS fil'-t. ISS, Blt, 613, ISl, 174.:. 6S1,
1TS2, 628, 80S, Tl, 1006, IT46, 168. .'.-na., unfinished.
citv curt 'i*riai Term I'art iv Before Plindmona,
T Short canoes: Noa. IH7*<. 4a?4, 4186, 4I.',2. 4800, 4466,
41..S. BIS, inti. 1880, HTS. IBM, 'hm:, 4i.'.*<, MSB. clear.
RBFBRBBS APPOINTED.
Supreme c.iurt.
By I'ryor. J.
Donald ajt. Baldwin Edward Brown*.
By Trna*. .1.
Matter of Reltman?John Hon*, *r.
By lleckmnn, J.
Tierce art- r?* (three <?,._.... 1 s. StanwooaJ Menk?n.
Lyon agt Ogden Hiniian odell.
RKCF.IVI'.BS ABITHNTED.
Supreme C*urt.
Rv Baakaaan, J.
John N. Rihera** ?i?t. Jaatei Barnes?John Farren.
Kmllie A. Has.'.y a*t. Regina Kirchner?Beter A.
Iel lor.
By iTvor. J.
A?BM Ravmond nut. Qotdphln F. Burslem?Panie] J.
Barty.
KEW8PAPEE PUBLIs'HURs IX EEESIOM.
Tho American NeWBBBiper Pulillsli.rs' Association
rnntlnue.l Ita BeBSfcNI nt tho IIo.ffnri.-in H.111*0 fSSIST*
.lay. Thor- wa* a lur^.* BttewBflflage, and much
Inminess nf Importanro. .ilthmiRli 04.1 routlno chnr
notor. was trsnBflCted. The resslon will close to?
day, an.l a dinner will Le givefl le-BlBht. Tho elec?
tion of ofBcers. whi-h i? exp.-,a.,I t.i IflkB pine.* this
afternoon. I* belner locke,! forward to with a great
deal of Interest. The eOOtSBt for prclilent promise^
lo be Inter.stinc. The leading C?Ddtd?tefl aro
Charles ll. Taylor, Jr., nnd BtepbCB o'M'ara, of
Hoston. and .1. Ami.rose lintier, of Huffalo. Thero
does not sees*, to he any stron? Indication that any
ono of the cflndldates will distance the other, and
there I* llkelv to lie an equal three-cornered eon
tot. Wlllinm Cullen ltryntii will iloiihtlesI ho re?
elected secretary, und th.T.. will be little chance In
the personnel 01 the COmnltteeB, Th-* n-port of tho
treasurer. Mr. (.<1tu1ls.u1, -hows the, assoc:,mon to
be In .1 Hourislilim oondltlOO.
?ay-.
.4 JTEfT ATLANTIC 1.1 SER LAUNCBED.
The new twln-s.-r.w psBSSIIgsr steamship Rotter?
dam. **..".*i tons resister, l? Ime bulli at (ho works of
Messrs. Harland aV Wolff, It.-lfast. for the HoUflfld*
American Line, war, successfully l.iiinehed yester?
day. As soon as complete.I the steamship will he
put lr. th. resmlar service of thc Uno between New
York and Rotterdam.
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C0NLIE ASEED TO EXPLAIX.
Police Commissioner Roosevelt yesterday morning
ordered Chief Conlln to make an explanation as to
what he meant hy BSJftaC that he did not wish to
Interfere lu any way with the Police Commissioners'
p. tty qiiiirra.ls.
Captain O'Brien was also asked if he smt any
loners resardlns the Bertillon system to the Police
Hoard or Commissioner Parker. O'Brien admitted
that ||6 had dictated several letters addressed to
different people, and that his clerk may have sent
one of them to the Hoard through a mistake.
TEACTI0X COMPANJ TO DEMUR.
De Lancey Nicoll, ns counsel for the Metropolitan
Traction Company, which has hun Indlcied for
maintaining B public nuisance In tho curve at
Broadway an.l l-'ourte. nth-st., appeared before
JnilKe rowing, in Part I. (leneral Sessions, yester?
day. Ten days ago counsel for thc company en?
tered ii plea of not guilty, wlih leave tu withdraw
lt and Interpose any motion he saw flt Yesterda*
Mr. Nicoll said he wltlnlr.-w tho plea of not guilty
and asked Lave for six days' lime in which to
enter a demurrer or u motion to quean thc Indict
ment. This was granted.
EU VERA L OF EDWIX OOMEZ.
Th- funeral of Kdwln Gomez took place yester?
day morning. Ile db ,1 TuesdS* Bt his home, No.
Ill' Kast Klghty-seventh-st.. at the BBB of sixty
eight years, (if .Spanish descent, he was horn In
this eily. Ills achievements in the manufacture of
explosives wen- Important. In the war he sold . x
ploat-oa to the Oovernment. Am., ik his Invention*
were s 'use nml a amokeleaa powder,
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OVE OP DAYTOV'S A8SISTAXTS SEE1QB8,
Frederick J. Bwlft. Postmaster Dayton's second
assistant, has resigned, and will return lo lils law
pructlce. B. H. Post, who hus IBOBfltll liven act Iv.
as Inspector of stations, has |,,,n appointed lo gi.
the vu-iin.-y. Mr. Bwlft prnpoF.-s lo devote himself
IS Ihe pructlce of law. Ile ls a BJBBSBSt of Post
masti-r Dayton'* law film. Mr. Post has BSOfl over
twenty years In the po,.toffl.,. service In this city
Ills new place conns within civil Hervbro mi.s i\
that he tins fallen Into a life lob If hu wlslu a tn
keep lt. TUa aalary la I2.0U0 a jcur. ' lo
DETECTIVE TALENT FROM BRILLIANT.
OFFERED TO SREKIFF TAMSKN TO CATCH THE
rOPNTERFBITKRr* -WARllANTED "TO FBTCII
THEM IN LIKE A TOP."
The ambition of John Hunter, of Hrllllnnt. Ohio,
to become n detective waa communicated to Sheriff j
Tamflen yesterday In the shape of a curious epistle
written partly In pencil and partly In Ink. The |
I letter was addressed to "E. J. Tamaen, Ludlow
Street Jail, N. Y." It read aa follows;
Dear slr: I s-nt myself down to rite you to ask
I you if you could give me permeshon- to catch a lot
| of counterfeiters and I fought 1 would rite to you
SOd s.e If you would give me permeshone. I <x- |
peet you will think funny of me for riling the letter ,
hut I have often tought I would like to oe a de- |
tectlve. I have played a little detective bualness on |
them now. I ararat know who to rite to to get per- (
meshone hut I thought beens you wns Sheriff In a '
large cltv you would have something to do with lt. i
I nm well built. I nm good for nny kind of business j
In that MnP I would like to have n show at lt nny
how If you will give me a show I will fetch these
fellows In like a top. Well I gueaa I will (lose for
the time hoping to hear from you soon, good by let
me know In your latter, from
JOHN HUNTER,
Hrllllant. Ohio.
AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL CONGRESS.
REPRESENTATIVES OF THF. SCHOOLS TO MEET
IN ATHENS TO DISCCS3 PRACTICAL
QCESTIONS.
The announcement lins Just bpen mado of an
nrchreologlcnl congress to be held In Athens from
April 2>i to April 28 of thc present year. In con?
nection with the fiftieth anniversary of the found?
ing of the French School at Athens. The an?
nouncement ls made by a committee composed of
the rector of tho I'nlverslty of Athens, the
general ephor of antiquities at Athens, nnd the
heads of the various archteologlcal schools under
the presidency of M. Homolle, director of the
French School. It ls proposed thnt this congress,
In case the experiment proves a success, shall be?
come the first nf a continuous series of such con?
gresses, to be held nt such plnces and times ns the
congress Itself may determine.
In ease this congress ls mado a permanent In?
stitution, lt may meet in future years at different
cities of Europe nnd America, following the
analogy of the Oriental congress, the medical con?
gress and others. The subjects proposed for dis?
cussion In the congress arc such ns have a general
Interest and benrlng. It ls proposed that Its ses?
sions shall be plenary nnd not by sections, and that
each of the nations tnklng part In lt shall, as 'ar
ns possible, be represented by a spenker, who
ls to employ the languago of his choice.
The discussion of purely scientific problems ls not
proposed so much as thc consideration of practical
questions of method In the organization of work
and questions of educational bearing. The dis?
cussions will be collected and reported In publish-.1
form, making a volume to be called "The Acts of
the Areh.'eologlcal flHIglSBB "
Tiie questions proposed for the first session con?
tain among others the following; (1) In what
spirit an.l to what extent ought the Parthenon an.l
other ancient monuments to be restored? (2) Wlrit
ni'.itis should lie taken for conserving and pro?
tecting thos-? ancient r-mains which have bson
uncovered by excavation'.' l.'ll The preparation of
a set of general Instructions concerning the method
lo tie followed In excavating. (4) The possibility of
the publication of an annual International blblio
sraphy of the science of archii'ology. lo) A plan
for a "journal of Oreel* epigraphy. (?? Discussion
of a better method for th.* publication and repro?
duction of epigraph'*! texts. (7i A plan for an in?
ternational arduen logical nomenclature. (8? Dis?
cussion of the question: To what extent and
through what means tin* study of ardueology and
the history of art may be Introduced Into sec
(itnlarv education, including reports on the meth?
ods heretofore followed In different countries, and
ths results obtained,
It ls requested that all those who may purpos-.
IO attend this congress avlll announce their inten?
tion at the earlies; possible date to M. Perdrlset,
seeretury of tha committee. Ecole Fran-gatse,
Ath.-ns, Greece. This request Is made In order that
means may bs taken to obtain reduced rates of
travel and to provide the means of shelter and en?
tertainment.
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UR. BENEDICT PITTING OUT HIS YACHT.
HIE I'llBSlDENT ASKED TO 00 ON A CRCISE WITH
HIM AFTER MARCH 4.
E. C. Benedict, wlun asked yesterday about a re?
port that he and President Cleveland were going on
B long yachting trip after March 4, said:
"I am slowly placing my yacht, the Oneida, In
commission. She la ut my place at Greenwich,
Conn., and will be ready In about ft month.. I am
going to take fl cruise somewhere on her. I have
as yet received no answer to an Invitation to the
President lo a. company me
"As to whether the President will practise law
after he leaves Washington, I cannot say. I am
not informed as to his plans."
HILTED UNDER FEMININE VERBOSITY.
Mrs. clara Foltz, lawyer, drove a stenographer
In the Supreme Court to despair yesterday by the
torr nt of words she poured forth In opposition
to a motion made to dismiss a suit brought by
Dr. John W. Greene, of Helston, X. J., against
the Washington Storage Company for the recovery
of S4.000 for damages to goods In the defendant's
possession.
Mrs. Foltz came Into court armed with a heap
cf law books nnd printed atlldavits, glancing con?
temptuously at the youthful attorney who opposed
her. H.* asked that the case be dismissed, ns the
plaintiff had failed to file security for costs ns a
non-r.sid. n:. and on th" ground of laches. Then
Mrs. Foltz open.-d lier batteries, and lead the con?
tents of a pile of affidavits and neirly the contents
of the la *? books at ihe rate of something like
|g,O0B words an hour. Justice Beckman shuddered
and ths stenographer wilted, and after about half
an hour Mrs. Foltz said: "With these facts, an.l
hoping that I have not delayed Your Honor, I
shall take my seat," an.l she did.
Justice Beeiunan was mo overcome to make sn
tented ls ts reply, and reserved his decision. ?
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ELA MM ER ORDERS CAPE CURTAINS DOWN
In thi Bases Market Police Court yesterday af?
ternoon thirty-two sllegsd proprietors of Fast
Ride caffs were present on summonses Issued l.y
Magistrate flBBBiasr The latter took a walk
through the F.Ieventh Precinct last Tuesday, and
noticed that the Interiors of all these cafes were
concealed from view by heavy curi.ilns. When the
Silaged proprldors appeared In court yesterday
afternoon the Magistrate sall to ench of them:
"I Instruct you to take those curtains down." The
lawyer who nppeare.l for several of the men told
lils clients to pay no attention to the Magistrate's
Instructions, as he had no authority to Issue such
Instructions, and thora was no law against keeping
as many curtains In their avln.lows as they saw ill.
Magistrate Plummer said If his Instructions were
not obeyed he would see that the police watched
the cuffs closely to g.-t evidence against them for
running disorderly houses.
LUXURIOUS COASTWISE TRAVEL.
Some extremely Interesting and attractive prints*]
matter ls Issued l.y the Havannah Line. It ls es?
pecially timely Just now, when the Southern re?
sorts appeal to tired ur sick NorMierners to come
and be rested nn.l cured. The steamers sall from
Hoston, New-York and Philadelphia for Savannah,
whence there is prompt railroad communlcailon
with Florida and other points where the climate
ls salubrious at this season. The vessels of the
line are well equipped. Hie newest one. La Grande
Duchess*", b.-lng of .",,000 tons.
WALL STREET MISCELLANY.
Standard OH certificates were 271 bid yesterday
afternoon. As the certificates were ex-dlvldend and
the dividend was 10 per cent, the quoiatlon was
equal to ML which was the highest point yet at?
tained by the certificates. Karly in the day there
were sales of tba certificate* at 270.
There la now I'fi.SOO.OOO In gold In tho vaults of
the CaVSSHng House, tile largest amount they ever
contained. Two banks on Wednesday deposited
$1..VJ0,000 and one yesterday deposited $300,000.
Henry I. Dlttman, who purchnsed the sent In the
New-York Stock Kxchange of Addison Cammack,
th.* veteran bear leader In Wall Street, was yester?
day formally elected to membership In the Mx
ehanga.
MARULE lit ST OF THE LATE E. li. CUTT IS G.
James lt. ('urning has authorized Mr. Winters, as
librarian, to give to the New-York Law Institute, in
bis I ?? lui If. ii marble bust of the lat is Francis Hroek
holst Cutting. The bust la a faithful likeness of
the lawyer. Mr. Cutting waa early enrolled as a
member ot the Law Institute. H.- signed Its con?
stitution and bylawa March lt, KC3, and his signa?
ture Immediately follows charles o'Conor's Uh
?y,s.s-.?rV" ,!',1l,'"y ",\ ***** died hers Jun*
SB, Il7t A "veil-known lla-ur.- In the milks ol the
veterans of the bar, he ls remembered as the cum?
in er and Intimal.' professional friend of many of Its
great Laders lt ls | graceful Kift on the fm rt of
Mr. i urning, the former treaaurer of the llbrAry.
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REPORTED EIPOBTS OF STEEL Rills.
Il was rumored yesterday thnt the Carnegie Com- !
puny had sold .*.0,000 tons of steel rulla to an Rn*-.
Uah railway, lt waa anld that there had pre- '
tlVaimZntoi\rn "a,e' ?f 6?,0C0 t0n"' r'*nk!n? "'? '
THE REV. DR. J. SI. RING TO RESIGN.
HE DECIDES TO GIVE IT HIS PASTORAL DPTIE8
IN ORDER TO DEVOTE "Big TIME TO TIIE
NATIONAL I.K'V'K FOR THE PROTEC?
TION OF american INHTlTFTIONfl.
It became known yesterday that Hfter April 1 the
Rev. Dr. James M. King will not he the pastor of
the Fnlon Methodist Kplseopnl Church, In Weat
Forty-e|ghth-st. About two weeks ago Dr. King
tock Ihe step which corresponds to a resignation
under the rules of the Methodist Kplscopal Church,
ty Informing the official Hoard of the I'nlon Church
that he should U.kc action to terminate his pastor?
ate. This mci is thnt he will Inform the Rlshop
that he does not desire reappointment, and lt will
only remain for the Conference, which meets this
year at Sing Sing In th?- first week of April, to give
Ita ofllclal sanction to Dr. King's step, nnd not as?
sign him to any pastorate for the coming year.
Thero ls no reason to suppose that the Conference
will not rSBSJS t Dr. King's wishes In the matter.
Dr. King's resignation has been brought about by
a desire on lils part to devote all hla time and en?
ergy to his work In the National league for the
Protection of American Institutions. ThH organiza?
tion has for Its objects the securing of constitu?
tional and legislative safeguards for the protection
of thc common-school system and other American
Institutions, an.l to prevent nil sectarian or denom?
inational appropriations of public funds. Since Its
organization, in 1890, the Rev. Dr. King has been tts
general secretary, and taken every opportunity to
promote Its Interests.
Dr. King ls one of the foremost and best-known
ministers in th" Methodist Episcopal Church, and
has made his Influence felt along many different
lines of church activity. For three years he was
pastor of St. John's Methodist Kplscopal Church, In
West Flfty-thlrd-st., and when that body united
two years ago with the Forty-third 8treet Moth
odlst Kplacop.il church, to form the I'nlon Church,
the Kev. Dr. King was selected to AU the new pas?
torate, nnd has retained thia station up to the
present.
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GROSTER'S MARITAL TROUBLES.
"ROCKS lg ROrKS" HE REMINDED HIS WIFE WHEN
RUB LEFT HIM. BUT SHE DIDN'T RETCRN.
The historic name of Gloster figured tn the dl
torce court yesterday. Maurice Glcster, the person
sued, k?eps a saloon at Tenth-ave. and Flft!eth-st.,
nnd the principal reason for whi"h hla wife seeks a
separation ls that she was compelled to cook fifty
pounds, more or less, of free lunch ivery day.
Mrs. Gloster ls still .1 minor, so that she brings
her suit through her father, as guardian. She wept
on the stand yesterday, when she told her story to
Justice Andre.vs. She said she was eighteen years |
old when she was married, and frail In body, but
almost the Ant thing her husband bought after the
ceremony WU a large iron pot, weighing about j
thirty pounds. In which she was compelled to cook
large pisces of free-lunch meats. When ahe pro?
tested against this work to her husband, she said,
he replied that "he had not married her to put her
In a glass case, and that shed either do the work
or leave."
Gloster denied his wife's allagatttlSSa, and said
that the whole trouble was caused by his mother
in-law and his wife's relatives. He did not go out ;
at night* to play poker, and leaVS his wife alone, as ,
Bhe had alleged, he said, although he did sometimes
play poker. 1
?"i-'ven General Scher.ck did that," remarked
counsel for the defendant.
John Corbett, who was best man nt the wedding
of th.- Gloster'. testified that Mrs. Gloater left her
husband, and he (the .vitness) was afterward sent
by Gloster to effect a reconciliation. Mrs. Gloster.
however, said she would rather be in the gutter
than live with her husband.
"What was the m*-:JaK(* you took to Mrs. Glos?
ter'.'" the witness va as asked in ?-ross-examlnatlon.
"'Wei!, hs told me to s.iy, 'Socks ls socks; let's
come together, old gal,' and that would bring her
all right, but ll didn't bring her," was the reply.
ALDERMAN OAKLEY MUST WAIT.
HIS rLAlMS TO A SEAT IN" THE SINKING FIND
< ..MMISsi'iN" REFERRED TO THE COR
miration counsel.
The Sinking; Fund I'omn Isslor.era yesterday post?
poned until their next meeting the question of
admitting Alderman John T. Oakley (Tam. Dem.)
to the seat In the Roard helonging to the chairman
of the Aldermen's Finance Committee made vacant
by the resignation of ex-Alderman W. M. K. Olcott
(Hep.) when he became District-Attorney. Alder?
man Oakley presented as his credentials the cer?
tificate of chief Clerk Wllllim H. Ten Eyck, of the
Hoard of Aldermen, showing that Mr. Oakley had
been elected a member of the Finance Committee,
his election as chairman of the same making him
ex-offlclo a member of the Board of Sinking Fund
Commissioners. The certificate contained a copy of
the minutes of the Hoard of Aldermen of February
9, showing Mr. Oakley's election by a vote of 14
to 13.
District-Attorney Olcott was present and Intro?
duced Mr. Oakley ns his successor, adding that a'.l
opposition to Mr. Oakley had been withdrawn on
the part of the Republican members of the Board,
they having become satisfied that a majority vote
of a quorum was sufficient where no legislative act
was Involved. Mr. Oakley made a short speech. In
which ho reviewed the grounds of his claim to a
seat.
Controller Fitch moved that Mr. Oakley be ad?
mitted to his seat. Chamberlain MeCoolc moved an
amendment, referring Hie case to the Corporation
Counsel, with B request for his opinion In the
matter. The Chamberlain's motion was adopted.
the Mayor. Recorder and Chamberlain voting for lt
and the Controller against it. Recorder Goff said
that if the Ck rk of the Roard of Aldermen cent
tied the election of Mr. Oakley ns a member of the
Pittance Committee, the Roard must accept lt. It
ls probable that he will be recognized as a mem?
ber of the Roard at the next meeting.
The Controller reported the recent sale of bonds to
the amount of $9tt",i<M 97, which were taken by the
Sinking Fund Commission. This was approved.
MINOR MUNICIPAL MATTERS.
The Hoard of Kstlmate yesterday approved the
proposition of Robert J. Wright. Commissioner of
Correction, to build a house on Rlker's Island for
vagrants, and to lay out a farm on which they can
be employed. For this purpose tta.aoo ls to be
transferred from the appropriation fora new wom?
an's ward on Blackwell's Island. Plans for the
proposed building vars submitted to the Control?
ler. Fifteen thousand dollars was appropriated
for n new Behool ?it?? al Suffolk nnd I'llnton sts.,
and 115,900 more for preliminary surveys and plans
for the proposed new City island bridge.
Mayor Strong yesterday approved a bill provid?
ing for a bridge across the Bronx River at West
choster-ave., to cost not more than HVO00. He dis?
approved a bill to put Klghty-slxth-st. from
Klghth-ave. to Hie river under the Jurisdiction of
the Park Department.
Mayor Strong has approved a bill to allow the [ |
Public Administrator to use dormant interests ,
that have accumulated In his offi-e to meet a de?
falcation of "-"...VU) by Mr. Miller, a bookkeeper. . ,
which occurred two years ago The defalcation 1 .
was not discovered until after Miller's death. I
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A letter was sent yesterday by President Barker ,
of the Tax Department to Assemblyman Lewis, 1 j
who has Inlroduced a MU to exempt laundries from 1 1
taxation, denouncing ind ridiculing the measure I I
as unduly favoring the laundrymen.
TIIE FUNERAL OP W. P. ST. JOHN.
The Rev. Dr John Hall, pastor of the Fifth
Aventio Presl.ytgrlau Church, officiated yesterday
at the funeral of William P. St. John, the former
bank president and free silver advocate. In the
Madison Square Presbyterian Church. Dr. Park?
hurst was confined to his house by sickness nml
could not he present. The pallbearers were F. H.
Schenck. Robert Et, Mi>Htrney. Cleveland H. Dodge,
Charles W. .'arpenter, Holton Hall and Arthur
James. Dr. Hall delivered a brier eulogy.
Among those present were John C. Brown, Theo?
dore A. llavetnever, J, H. Rhoa.les, James Oliver,
D. Willis Janies, the Rev. Dr. D. Parker Morgan,
Thomas K. Stillman. John C. Sheehan, ex-Mayor
Smith Kly. Klllut I'antoni!. Professor lt. Ogden
Dorsmua, Henry Time, william F. McLaughlin, T,
A. Hall, Dr. Walker Currie, James Marie. Fred?
erick B. Fiske. John Hrlsben Walker, William P.
Wall, Henry Dole and W. K. Slerger.
Burial was In Mount Hope Cemetery.
PICKETT WANTS TO GET BACK, IT IS SAID.
There was a story current at Police Head?
quarters yesterday that ex-Captain Pickett re?
cently spoke to Commissioner Andrews about be?
ing reinstated on the fonv. lt ls said that Pickett
told Mr. Andrews that his application for retlre
mi'itt had not ben voluntary, and that he had been
forced out by Commissioner Parker, lt waa also
rumored that Pickett had spoken about the mut?
ter to Pr.-slilrnl Raaaascvelt anal Commissioner
Chant, anal that be got assurance from Ihe Com?
missioners that they might reconsider hts caae
when the Sheehan trial wns ended.
Commissioner Grant, when seen about the mat?
ter, salli that Captain Pickett bud made a verbal
application lo him for reinstatement, hinting that
he had bean forced out of the Department. Colonel
Grant would not say that Pickett had mentloii.il
that a Police Commissioner had forcad him out.
"The conversation -mik held ubout three or four
m..i"liH ago," said the CommlsHloiier. ""and I can't
recollect exactly what wan auld, but I believe that
Pu Kett dial hint si something of the sort."
commissioner Purktr waa aaked If he heard tho
iriainiiatlnna that were being mada Um said be
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A SLIGHT MISTAKE,
THK RYES 8OM1-TIMKS DECEivr. '
There are a number of cxperlcncea |n ^
life from which Interentlng faota can h?
a-athored. The trcaaurer of a large mann!
fatturin* cont ern, whoas name need not Jj
given for the purpose of this article hu
been compelled to Rive up drinking e0S
on account of its effect upon hla stomach
and nervous system.
lt waa auggested that he try the health
coffee "Poatum Cereal." aa that is made of
the healthful grains and take* the place ?
coffee very nicely.
He rather felt that lt waa a foolish step t,
undertake to ua*. any artMe W|th the ?.
pectatlon that lt would take .;,? p!aoe *
coffee, whl.-h his family used of the ber*
grade of Morna and Java mix..I HobmT
a package waa ordered for the hou*** ^
the next morning at breakfast the eedles pot
came on as usual; when the l.".erajce waa
poured out and nerved to him he told thf
servant that he had ordered some Postum
new drink, and did not car., for the . offee
A laugh went '.ound the tallie, arid he ia,
dined to believe that the rich liquid with tha
aroma and fragrance that readied hi* nov
trils was thc health coffee. iBVestigBthB
however, convinced him of tho (act, and Ita
use day by di-y without the old sick feeling
clinches the argument.
Postum is made hy the Postum Cereal Co
Lim., of Rattle Creek, Mich., and ha* a win.
nlng way of its own; when oir*c InrmiurM
Into the family lt answers every purpose of
the finest coffee without the attendant ashia
and ills. Heing composed strictly and wholla
of the pure cereals there ls no qoSBUei ie,
argument or possible doubt regardlm? tbs
healthful and nourishing propertb 6, f.r chi",
dren as well as adults.
There ls but one genuine original POesSJB
Cereal coffee, with a multitude of imltatJSM
offered as "just as good."
Flint's Fine Furniture.
Phenomeiwl Mid-Season tanja
Birch Bedroom Suits . . . $&
had read something about a cona piracy BBJB,
Pinkett nnd another captain "I ... ? eJB
h.-irm anv one." he aBood, "but If any on* *,,
illrectlv that 1 forced rickett out, li la un 5
truth. I will say this: When Chief .'onllrit*
away on his vacation. Deputy Chief Cortrlgbtea
In command of the Department. He *??? ? ?)(&???
Into Captain Pickett's precinct, the Nlnetana
and something happened th<re. Ti., i v >hir/
knew Captain Pickett's application for r< riniS|
was in thc hands of th.* chief clerk It aral i ie
prise to me. After fil'ng his application 'apta
Pickett came to see me. i .':.| no' Bend fer hla"
-m
A RAID OX THE 'II AV ll I REFT."
POLICE DBKBMDBU ON IT A FF.1V HOLTU 4PM
IT WAS BKOTPtBD.
Edwin B. Corey, the manaarer of the Hiya_.
k?t." which was reopened Wedna*:.;. r..jbt a
Sixth-ave. anl Thlrt'.eth-st. and cn arhldl arti
was made at 2 o'clovk yesterday morning, run
ralgnod In Jefferson Market i'ourt y.-.terday.
The "Haymarket." which waa .amoila in ?>???:.
days of the Tenderloin. wa? reopened as .? Ral**.
|SW hotel by Corey, and was in full Mael V.tibtt.
day night. Policeman Lessenbee a ia ordered U
visit the "Haymarket" by Captain h i;-tn ands*
If the law was being violate.I In any way.
"I got to the place a little before J o'clo-k," tali
the policeman, "In citizen's ireea I went it oea
to the ballroom, where a dance wu* heit,*, given, uh
which was alleged to be the annual ball of i
society called the ''linger Blt:-* I sat down BBB)
at a table and ordered a glaaa of beer, which
served. Then I tosswi thc walt.-r a nickel, wt.!
be put In his pocket and started to no away, bx
I placed him under arrest for violating the Exe*
law. He refused to ?0, and Jual aa I was tellly
him that force would le is.-a ll neoaeeefy a nut
came, runnlni? up an 1 said iv- was Um manager iB
wanted to know what the trouale was I toll hit
none at all, and place*] him under arrest also. I
this time the people In the pla a had learned that
was an officer and made a sumpeile for the ,ioor
The place was cleared in lett than a minut.* ?o
then the lights wen. turned oil bv ?**??*? ****"
Magistrate Simms bWgPtm men in H.BB ball
for alleged excise v": .'Mon.
ELECTRIC BELLS CHE A! IBU OT Flit.
The nine families residing In the lie Steff H>
house No. 32! West (Jnt-hundrci-u. l-ei?ht?entlMt
were startled s'.iortly after 2 o'clock vestertUr
morning; by the rinsing of the fir ari* hell* In tba*
varlons r.rartmetits. J. A. Mason, who live* on tte
top flat with his wife, three daughtera aft n
son, looked into the hall and saw -nick' H* p*?
BB alum and all the tenants es ?ap."', to adjO_4
houses. Investigation showed thu a lira rnt*ru?
ing in the letter tn.x.*s on the w.*t *: le oi theil.
When the engines arri-...1 thc (Iremefl put n
the flames with little difficulty. The ,| ,t.*-** r.
fiot exceed $5.).
The fire, it la believed, was of Incendiary Ml
It is thought that the bella hui be*?B Betels
the iron work about the boxes warping.
HABEAS CORR! S FOR MB. I \*W
Judge Brown, of the I'nlted .States DistrictM
icsterday Issued a writ of habeas corpus, Ntl*
able to-day. at 2 p. m.. in the ??.inr' ot the TH-B
'onsul, joseph A. IssbH, who is aceuaed btw
MSBtenaent In connection with his r r:.-'.-t-shJp t
'ertatn estates ai Bootra. The writ a*a* ter***
ipon the Warden of the Tombs, where ConaulM
s confined, awaiting extradition to BOBtOS.
CLOSIXG PBICEB sax PBAXCISCO .sTOCU
r*an Fiar.c.*.- >, Fefcn irj l4. I4*
Taaterday.To day, >'? -?? -dar .To-4*
...4 .14 Ophir.?l
?*? :"j r.*.t-.*i . ti
.61 Bavasa ....... Bl
.*?.'. .-^letrt Jtarva da ... JA *
1 i*i Irim Cona , ? M *
?il .tundarri I ?*-? 1
ni :t..h .OJ
1 na Veil \ Ja >k ' . :l
.lt* ..
te;ch?r .BB
nest & Batcher.. ..'.i
Pidiar .>4
.'??n .'al m Vb. . 1 BB
Jr awn I'.-itnt.'jo
*. ula & , Surry. . .40
lille A- NV.r.-r MB. 1.66
Mexican .35
?u
THK TltAIiK l\ CHICA-dl
rhl-ar-a. Fe!.. U iSpe-UP. Uh.at fa BIB 1 aim at I
and h.*i.| bbmI of Ita Kai kMbs h ai "+'.'
Wm* ead .-losing at ".".ViT.vv. The markei ?'( I**
? va>r "call" tlirur-*. ami f.r an li.mr tho ronieal ?4?***
?il?lher 'Valla" sli.auI! ,.r *SqbI< I I 1 * ??? It ?*??
Band 'ff- Th,> mark?t . |. ... 1 .lum al lha -ill
Liverpool araa ap, islalas '.?? nwBarli ..'?I'. ? aJ4)***
*n tiia. curt.. Thara ?ai. aa laareaaad tr, .^ hef- -
nc* arere l'cht. The iborta wera il ri i ?mbi "
aroaryiBS. There area bo Impnrtani near* ;'*-*r* "*? K
*rp?-.l advaaca ??.< aol niltleteni lo be alanine*** >*
a.sli hhn.llers rep, irt,, i a I .et ter inquiry, hui then e***"
treal raealte. Tba aaaboarr] rep n-.i flftain l...i? fo_e>
;a.rt; the ?ala*^ her.* to tnlllera arere lc** than :?)<H I***
*l?. Tl).* ..ther neun ,,f ima daj ara* B*?rel| el ?
Irws order, Clearance* war.- neiih.-r '..t-n- n.-r B
BS60S bushels. m.>i ..flt li ur. Minn ? .;- - ??'?''__?
i?i IBB ...is. aetaal :t:'.i laat rear. "Tha v-i * .**?***?*_
aaM ih,- cr.>|a araa BMUataialac Itiott ll a >? BS
:hat the clear.iii.-e f.r tba areeh. *?-.* -i.tin. ...
*tr...'t'*'' BSwraa aroaU be the emaiiein ir m*mha,
riderahly lee* than S.OflO.000 buSiel* 1 r ih* aaSaj
privni.. cai.ie fr..m I'.ir.j reported th^ weather ****"*_C
ih,- crop dirJae w.-i:. an.l Um p. lin..ii ramplMraHaaaeal
io raaail paacefully, ?
OBIS wa* more h. tlve an.1 hiicb-'r. ThaM *,r* *B
reaaosa thnn >>n>. fr thc Btreaejth. There *raa *?'
,ir,,ve<| ahlpplae den?Bd. Receipta arer" miall BB_BJ
with MB latliaateii fr Kn.lax Sample* aeia afJSI
aialier. There arera r... r.i breaklaf rleersace* I J_B
MMhela. Mai Bold trcaa BM|e to iv. ?_?! . aad eg
?t ttwMKgt. The incl. 1 rai was ihe roverlas ** *_?,
large saliort lln.-s. Ilarr.tt took hark l.rtV.'lW r-ovet
*.rn. fraaler was a coBatdemMe hu\,r The jelittn*
pv iBefaaaloaala aad i.y peopla aba had "eana. __.
Dam w.re aa h.-.-.tUKe cern an.l ark .' ??'? R_S
were UKh' 211) cats, with ?*.*> a*,atiiii.ite.| tt t ' "mo'S
taBtplee *??'- '??' '" '.>' hlaher. There ?..- un '*_,,J_J
thlpplna .I'-man.l. Mav * 1,1 fr.m lri". t- I.***1'*
tad eloaed at ITU- ^
Th*r* uer.- a larne ira.le In prolelons an I ^lla^er 6~?"
I*,,:k ni.i.l.- a rvain af tte to IT'.c. lui f TV SK
nh* of Be to lor. Baldwta *raa again a ?tr,na ttie
aininK heck a lot "f Bork. There were onlj .?'.''"'.JJ
ho eMtin.it.' for Kn,lay only BS.BSS; puces ?. the J*-"
aere Be higher. .g?.
On th" .-urta "Bala" <>n Slav wheet .?!.*?>! al Jen
??.?ulls?? at '.I'm-, "puta" .-n Ma\ tBTB riOM ?' **"*?
"calls" at Mc.
JU IB HF BfOOt sai.k.s
* *n
I'S
HB100 france per 100 kal ie: M nl.vl 1,-v MtSK^a
;.*? l.Vi francs, anl N-w South Wa!.'*. UH b*'**J,C3
.1*1 france. The .tc ks I 4M-N al ???'???' ???'?? ?
I'late un.1 1.K77 l.nles vati.u* ?
ratuoi'LANS AXU fKATBLUEM *-?" wl
14 ,?.-. m ?J
th. Ta-oalea elBe* ot The Ttlbuoe. IJ Fleet wn".
a coaeenleat place to leara their advartua***1* *"* "
ecHp-ooa for Tha Ttlhuaa .
iW. Hue St. Honore. VMM, iomt
Between the Tullorlea Gardena pl*fLB-WB?,t8
?nd yow Opera. Advant^eoiu srta^,
for families. Beautiful ?*?? J?Xs. ?Llltale
Roomi, Elactrlo Iellbt, *c, Tel'*", ___nifc
Woa." Psrls. HBNRT ***a)_re_B

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