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Printer Oharlei W Eosty of 427 Oold street
Brooklyn shot himself about 11X oclock yes
terday mordlng In Undertaker Frank Harpers
shop In Washington and York streets and he
died within two hours at the Brooklyn Hoa
pllal Ho had made frequent threats to take
bis life since ho camo to Brooklyn with bis wife
and four children about n month alo but his
friends did not bellevo ho would do o
lie had been employed on the Hartfort
Cournnt aud other papers and about four
I years ago became manager ol oxcurnlons from
I that town to Boston Conoy Island and other
places He was also a mumbor of St t Thomass
I Eplscooal Church and was the Financial Sec
retary of tho Hartford Typographical Union
His excursion vonturts did not rct > ult successfully
fully and beforo his departure from Hartford
be was beset by financial as well us doniontlo
I dIOIcultles Tho latter ronultOl from his In
I fatuatlou with the wife of a mechanic His do
i parturo from Hartford wui taken heexplalnoii
to his friends for the purpose of marling fife
anew and cutting free from tho woman who
notwithstanding that she was well along In
I
fara had obtained such an influenco over
j him With his wife ont lour children Tillle
aged 0 trace 7 Adelaide 5 nnd Klhcl a ho
I went to llvo with motherinlaw MrR Wood
at 427 Gold stroet t
He oon obtained employment nt theprlntlng
ofllco of Itoche HawkliiH at 333 Adams street
and for time it rtppmtred tint ho
01110 tme IPIflrO1 A
aolul to carry out the good io olutlnn < ho had
formed About two ooh tigo tbo trouble between
I tween him ant his wilt broke out afresh and
i I I East auuouucod to muinburHOt his family and
t his follow printers tlmt hu would commit
suicide He mnde those threats no fruauontly
tba lltllo I attuutlon wus paid to them
On baturday Fob 2110 gave up his job In
I the Adams struet priming oOlco explauluc
that his nerves hat become so unstrung that
bo could work no longer Loot Tuesday morn
ing ho left his homo ut 7 oclock aiToctlonately
1 klssine his wife and children A rnupla of
bourn later bo nnl ccltodlx into the count
I ing room of tho Jamr loit u I nniu on the roun
Our iidaroased To thti Imillo and lUjp
I penrail TUB nato was us follows
having committed the unpurdonallo sin
I which hroite ui > tny unco Imppy homo In Hurt
for Coo thoru 101 oiuht years 1 1 VIUKIII
rluyeil na 1 conifuiliornun hetil also many ira
I poititnt olilces duoh its Vu ryntan of bt liiiia I
I o < s Church oboirmiiHiur Viiiituuiul bocrotary
of Uitrtioid Typugiuiihl Union and man
I ager of oxcurMuus 10 Boton niun Island
I Irovidunoi Ac I ftol that 1 nm no longer
worthy to live having broken my wiles heart
end bllgbtod the lives or my lour iloar lute
childrou whom God him blessed un with Hav
I ing left thure to > > ouk unipluruieut In Brooklyn
or New lurk unit mooting itu but llttlo buo
ccss 1 have reached to moot tuy Maker Who
Sill justly puuuu mo for what I liiuo done
t1ay Uod have mercy on my ioor wretched
I soul anti the day yet come when my your wtfo
will be better aro1 I for and treated thuu bha
was by mo Abe stittement In tho llnrdot I last
Baturday week clint 1 was In debt somo itoo
IH Incorrect for IOSH then 60 would pay all I
evor owud and 1 ask my creditors to forgive
me also aOl thu pruiers or my sisters und
I brothers wife ana little ones for my duparlea
I BOUl
BOUlUod known I am sorry for tho pain I have
caused my good aeitr wile and only wish now
I u when It li I too Into I had my twolvivents of
i 1 f married life to llwi over again how differently
they should Lu For our four years i was em
f I ployed on tho llartlord ouninf who word very
r
kind to mo mid Ielpoil mt uroatly In my mnuy
excursions 1 fell und rontliiuad to fall into
failuto
the ways ot the wicmd j 1 wohu yets nto I
was married to AuYluldt < luiilo Wood In
Urooklju a truo Christian woman who did nil
al
In her power to mnlto my homo happy but I
dh rotPo appreciate I her utt sap8 ib will
I mnko me answer for the way in wnlutt 1 have
treated her as I desorvo to Let this be a
warning to all who uro inclined 03 X was to
neglect my home Uoodby dear wife chll
urea sisters liro hare rvlatlvvx and friends
I need your praiort Ood knows 1 do
hasty returned homo the samo night In a
very penitent irunte of mind On ibo lollowlng
day Inlont uiliitned to I rlund why ho hud
tailed m his suicidal purpose
Something hveniivl 10 mnko mo hesitate I
guess It wus because Uo i uas stiuncor than
i t the devil 1 walked tlie btrosis of Sow iork
all 111 and won to my home when it grew
dark I tool keenly my dIsgrace but wil Irw
1 t to live It down 1 1 get sternly employment 1
I I will strive to provide icr my wife aud four lit
I 1 tle thildi on whether they will lot me live with
them or not
I On Kuturday nlcht Knstv loft his motherIn
laws house alter declaring that he would
Hover return und that he would be a dead man
when next beard twin 1osierday morning
then I biotherlnlaw railed nt 1olioe
eadaiiaiters and leported Kasty s disappear
nnce The visit to iollco Headquuitarrt was
tnnde just about the saute tlmu that taity ap
Venroa at the undertaking shop In v > ashlugton
find York streets and uked for Mr Harper
the proprietor Jxltu Levine the assistant
told him that Mr Harper would not Mslltunc
bait an hour or lure and Hasty said be would
Walt for him and taking it iem lu front of tho
shop began reading a newspaper Mr Levins
welt to a 1 ro mi in the rear of ho I shop but re
tuinod on hearing tho report of a pistol
I He found la < ty still sIttIng cmnuosedly in
the uliair but with his hat on tho floor and u
revolver beside I aul
What have you done ho asked Have
you beou foolish enouun to shoot yourself tO
Knsiy tried to sneak but could not raise his
voice nliove I whim er lie pointed to n wound
near his heart and ncxldd his head Mr
Lewis then asked him his nainn ami Famy
drew I card from his pocket on which ids name
and I residence wero IIIMT bed Tlio nuloldo ro
t comclouinoKt until his removal to the
hospital His lust r iiiest was that his wlfo
Rbnuld bc sent for > o thit she might see him
before he died A mesonger was tout to the
Gold street boils but no tuorob > rof the fain
1 tly arrived at tao hospital until after his death
Which ocvuir d at I I oclock
1 Lusty had iut reached < hi thirtythird year
no had n life insurinco policy lor 3U U in flue
National ItovldetiC Union and Ills suicide It
is said will not debar the vvidnvv from beoom
ins the benotlcliiry On Friday he wrote to
en Dickinson of the Etna Life Insurance
CompnnY rouuostlnu him to see that his wife
obtained the money In case of his death
Undertaker Harper says that a man answer
Inc Unstys description calloJ at the shop on
Saturday and InnnliAd about < the price of the
different kinds of cotllna and InHnectod thmn
with ronslditraldtt luterost He alsu inked Mr
Harper what disposition would bo mndu of the
I body of a man who happened to bo toned dead
lu the sheet
JT cosr cravcr rfre FIT JIOZKAKS
He and Minn Flynn Oavo n Little Hplrlln
Mliotv on lir isilvuy Huuday MentIon
Among the most cnthceli8tlo guests the
t ball of tho J JGreen Association In the hal at
1 Eeventb avenue and Twentysixth street oa
f Saturday oUht were MIl Ltelo Flynnand Mr
c William Claucy They remained at the bal untIl
f lone after daybretk and left only when the
doors closed Mr Clancy was so much over
come by the overlings entertainment that ho
navigated the utr ota with ilinioulty Miss
flynn wits but little bettor ofT and tho two
I made Maw As they passim
prourosx wore pasin a
I church ills linn l bethought her that It was
If Hunday morning cind laming Mr Clancy on
t the steps went In toouily maMa
I V t having 101101 Ilod herdiivotionssberejolned
r olous
A H her coiiiimnlon iiud moored hm toward llroail
way I was about I oclock The music was
e not allotother gins from their foot At the
f corner ol Uroadvrny Soil Twentysixth ntruot
< thvy Hjimred nIl acid Logan to dance I vvns
c not a Irclnlu rail nor was It a minuet I
i i seemed tu the crowd Ihut fathered to be I
little of both with I billct skirt dance thrown
f I 0 Tim lunch ol nil rue s In Miss lImos
bat lobbed about und the bUru of her
i splelln dreBi1 HaBbnil nnd whirled Both
abe and Sir Clancy snouted as they danced
A policeman sioiipil them Miss Flynu wept
pnd laughed aliiirnately In Jouorsou llarket
< Vollco Court yesterday morning bite wad al
e lowed to uo free but Mr Clancy was lined S3 a
Too ConaptcunisK to le1 Hacce rully
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1 j A tall Koodlooklni woman about 65 years
i old entered llldleys Grand street store on Sat
I urday afternoon and male a tOlV trifling pur
chases Her complexion wan fresh but her
bar was snow white und as she wandered
about from counter to counter many people
turned to look at her Floor Walker Cults saw
the woman transfer to her pocket I number of
mall article Including hair brushes mnoll
age and stationery ana when she was about
to leave the store he arrested her At tbe
L t Cssex Market Court yetterdey she said she
was Mrs Amelia lielctiter a widow nud save
f her address aa ill Uanlon Itrlk Hoboken
L f Hhacrlej bitterly and told 1 utce Mouth she
bad niVir been arrested ofore I Mia was hold
In iSJO ball for hint at jlllcal Ic6loos
New Vo tmu ler lu I Ornutcc
h Valley Post Ofllce at Orange will change
masters today William Cumberbcoch is the
new Postmaster and Joseph T Matthews who
Mtlrei will remain with him for a few days c
liilut w nma duties g the office ca
ran mar ttAnoirrra rxoar
flo tra Ordataeel a Priest la 8t TmtritVu
Catbcdml yIe < re1ar Mots
In many cities of f the United States lire
forge numbers of Byrlfcns whose religious b
hot is the ame A that of the member of the
Church of Rome These Syrians are allowed
to retain their ancient form of worship About
hal of them follow what II 1 called the Maronlte
rlto and are known asMaronltes At Bt Pat
ricks Cathedral yesterday moraine Arch
bishop Corrlgan conferred holy orders on Ibo
first Maronlte to be ordained a priest in tho
United States Tils name Is Joseph Tasbek
At 7 oclock the ordination ceremony was b
gun The Archbishop assisted by MBT Mc
Donnell his secretary celebrated mass The
Syrian attended tho service He had bren or
dalnod deacon by the Archbishop on the previous
vious Sunday He wore a black cassock an
deacon a h of white lace and the other tostmenta ot a
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The dsrk klnned Syrian prostrated blm Mf
at full length on the sanctuary floor The
Archblshl1 wearing bin mltro turned from
the altar crozlor in band and blessed the
prostrate form tbren times Ihe litany was
then resumed to lisulosennd tbobyrlnn arose
On him was then placed the stole hit hands
were consecrated with holy oils nnd the I power
tn celebrate mass was bestowed after which
Iho HvriHii became cocelobrant with the
Archbishop of the ordination mats Tbe newly
ordained priest made his profession of faith
alter communion and he received full priestly
lowers and promised to be obedient In all
al
things to his bishop
lather Vasbfk came hero about eight
months DEO with Father 1eter Kurkamaz a
Maronlto priest whom Afar John Peter EIHaj
the 1atrliirch of Antloch the head of the
ilHronltes commissioned to minister to the
stiltltual ants of his countrymen In this city
ather t rotor with tho approbation of Arch
bishop Unrrlean who Is his superior while he
omalns In this city has ooenecl 1 chattel In
lector street The new Maronlte priest was
born In the vlllaco of Qhaballeh Lubabon
In rla In 1857 Ho was educated in tho VII
vortKy of Uhazlr and tbo seminary of St
rands Aavior In Beyrout which U conducted
bY Jesuit 1atherc He studied LatIn Greek
Italian French Hebrew tiyroBebrew and
Arabic After he received his diploma
iii 1880 he became a professor and taught
In Anthura College and In tho Maronlta
College do la Baeesso In Beyrout When a
year ago the Patriarch of Antloch determined
to alo Father Peter here Mr Yasbek was ap
pointed his interpreter the priest not being
conversant with any of the European tongues
H was also dclded that the Syrian b or
dained bore He bad received minor orders
In his native land and on his arrival In this
city he entered bt Johns College Fordham t
ireiiare lor major orders In a fow months he
has learned to speak English quite well In a
week or two Father Yasbek will leave this city
d loli the Maronlte colonies all parts of the
United States
In rjyria lather lasbek was I newspaper
man UH well as a iirofos or A weekly journal
Which U the organ of the Cathotlcsof Lebanon
Is published In Arabic by the Jesuits of the
Jnlversltyof 8t Francis Xnvler In lleyrout
It Is called AV fteritrwulcb means tne Mocson
K cr Father Yasbek was a member of Its staff
Since he came here he has acted as lie Now
York correspondent He sent stories of the
Indian troubles and other matters lo It and
he tun written a lot of things about the pe
culiarities of this town and its people
The Maronites dwell on Mount Lebanon
surrounded by Mohammedans Druses Jews
tdoulns and schismatics of every rite hated
and persecuted by all alike They claim that
hey were tho flrst Christians enlightened by
he preaching of tho apostles Their rite is
peculiar SYrian is the liturgical language
anti though originally the language ol the
people It Is now quite unintelligible to them
At the Maronlte mass the Gospel Is read In
Arabic which is the Broken language The
greater part of the mass is chanted alternately
br > the priest and bis server and incense Is
used as often as In the solemn high mass of
be Uomati Catholics which Is according to the
Latin bread rite Is consecrated As In the Latin rite unleavened 1
COL SHEPAHD HOPE FOR JVSTICE I
A Detective Catches Boy Thlerea Dcupoll
Ins tbe Vanderbilt Fence
Four boys ranging In age from 14 t 1
years were arraigned In the York rle Police
Court yesterday morning for robbing George
W Vanderbilt of a portion of his estate Mr
Vanderbilt lives In the southern of the tln Van
erbilt houses at 640 and C42 Filth avenue the
northernmost of which extends its friendly
root over the head of Col Elliott F Shepard i
several days ago a servant noticed that a cou
pIe ot bronze crescents had boon wrenched off
tho fancy railing which runs around the house
Ho notified the police and Detective Shelley
wan ordered to catch tho thieves
The detective watched the house for two
nights without any success but on Saturday
morning at 1 oclock lu broad daylight ho
aw tour small toughloolclng youngsters walk
coolly up to tho railing and tear f another
reticent 1 four were arrested They gavo
their names as Henry Aptmldt 16 years and
Charles Appoldt 17 years of 313 East Eleventh
street John tttoker H sears Avenue B and
Ughth street and John buy der 11 years of
22 East Fourteenth l street
Detective Hhelley noticed tb family and
boroupon Col Shepard sat him down and
wrote unto the presiding Justice of the anl
vile Pollen Court a letter in which after tell
lot what he hud suffered at the hands of this
kind of thieves he saId
l earnestly hope that your Honor will see
that justice Is dono
The letter was written on a sheet bearing
the arms and insignia of the Mail and Express
When Justice Hyan read It yesterday morning
lie was exceedingly wroth Ho said various
things etati try Tho general tenor of them was depre
Clltll Idea of asking me to see that justice is
done he said What in blazes does he sup
pose Im her for anyway
The four boys wore held In tSOO ball for ex
amination The bronzed stolen are worth It
10 said f SO The whole neighborhood suffers
considerably fiom petty annoyances of this
kind One small boy with a piece of chalk can
mar In ten minutes more brownstone newel
Mists than a hundred servants can scrub clean II
again In a forenoon
Demanding an Inereaie or ITnce
CONCORD N H March 1All granite mann
aetnrers doing business In this city yesterday
received from the Granite Cutters Union
printed notices making the following demands
for increases in wages beginning tho 1st of
June Au Increase In the minimum wages per
hour from 28 to 30 cents and for all classes of
lain and bed piece work about 10 per cent
increase The Hharroners Uulon ilemanU au
ncrease from 1278 to J por day The Quarry
men B Union demand an Increase Cram 5165
bo present minimum to 12 und upward 1161
dat also un Increase of 25 per cent in the
aeo powder and steam drillers The out
Irs sharpeners and nuarrymen also notltled
the manufacturers that beginning the let ot
June thy will work only eight hours Batur
day with full pay that wages must be paid before
for the 10th of f each month instead of tel th
as at present and that payment must be
made during working hour Instead ot before
price or alter as stipulated In the present bill of
Pardon will Melanin la New York for the
relent
Charles E Fardon tbe alleged safe burglar
whom Got Hill refused to return to Connectl
out upon GOT Dulkeleys requisition was re
lead from the Essex Market prison at 4
oclock yesterday He denies that bl Is guilty
01 t any crime and says that he left Waterbury
because round it Impossible t live longer
with his wife Ho will I remain la this Blat I
until Waterbury his counsel and stand advises tra him t return to
Two of
Joseph Tobias with a scalp wound which he
aid be cot at Dolan co street and the Bowery
van taken by a policeman early yesterday
morning lo his home at 407 Sixth Mioot At
bout the same time Augustus Delapiorre
with a bad cut on hl left baud which be sad
he bad got In First street near the bowery WM
also ministered t by a policeman
When tlie two policemen compared Dot
ncht her I uinu a that there Blxnt tave bn a
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LIVE WASHINGTON TOPICS
raa WORK coiraiaaa BAl r DO
JIEPORK NOON Olf WXXOntSDAY
Three Arate Bill That HUT Not
Yet re the He nat Mil Six Im V
ftrenc ComMltteee TfcoBlekent MM I a
t k Next Hence Is the Be n and Heir
of Alexander MltehllHennter Test
Toncnlnc Enlocr ota MM He Ner Met
WASnisoTOH March 1The Appropriations
Committee Or > tho Senate him been at work the
whole day getting the appropriation bills In
thnp and a tho committee was not snbjeat
to the usual Interruptions that necessarily
occur during the sitting of Oonfcreu good
proeres was made it Is believed that th
condition of business Is such a t make a
extra session very Improbable Threo ap
propriation blllstho Post Ofllce Agricultural
and General Deficiencyhare not ret passed I
the Senate but the fltvt named was well ad I
roncod toward final action when the Senate
adjourned last night and the other two will bo
reported to the Senate early tomorrow morn
Inn The condition of the other appropriation
bUs Is as follows The Army Military Acad
emy Fortifications and Naval bills have
either become laws or merely await the
Presidents signature to become laws the
Consular and Diplomatic Pension Indian I
District of Columbia Sundry Civil and Legis
lative Executive and Judicial bills are In con
ference and on somo of them the conferrees
have mae substantial progress toward agree
ment The eonferreei on the District of Colum I
bia bill met today and will probably b able to
report agreement tomorrow morning The
differences between the two Douses oa the
Sundry Civil bill were gone over In conference
this afternoon and many points adjusted so as
to leave only a few matters rot In dispute
The Worlds Fair paragraph had not been
reached afternoon at the close of the conference this
On several of the appropriation bills in con
ference there are radical differences of opinion
I botween the Senate and House but there Is no
reason to apprehend that one side or the other
will not yield after it has made a stubborn resistance
sistance and finds It necessary t gIve way in
order to avoid fin extra cession The Copy
right and 10 Subsidy bills are in the con
ference stage of procedure and vigorous effort
will be mado to enact thorn Into laws In some
shape before ua adjournment The con
for es on Copyright bill will probably agree
on the Senate substitute with some amend
ments regarding lithographs and similar pro
ductions and tho friends of the Subsidy bill it
ducton bi
is understood will accept the measure passed
by the House on motion of Mr Cannon If
It b found Impracticable to secure a more lib
eral law Action on the unfinished appropria
tion bills and conference reports and on the
te
questions of copyright an I subsidy will con
sume substantially all the time of the Senate
between now and noon te Wednesday What
llttlo time Is otherwise consumed will probably
be devoted to proceedings in executive session
The work of the House Is considerably
farther advanced than that of the Senate and
tat
In addition to acting upon conference report
I will very likely give some attention to the
lloarman Impeachment resolution to the spe
cial report of the Baum investigating commit
tee and to sundry minor matters
The appointment of Charles Foster be Se
rotary of tho Treasury divides the Presidents
official family Into two classes those who a
lawyers and those who are not One of the
oldest Inhabitant of Washington who Is accepted
cepted R an authority In the matter of his
toric precedents says that such a condition of
things has not existed In any previous Cabinet
Secretaries Tracy Proctor Noble and Attor
neyGeneral Miller are lawyers while Secre
tary Blalne Is an editor and author Secretary
flask a farmer and statesman ana Secretary
Foster and PostiuasterUeneral Wanamoker
are merchants
The richest man in the next House of Rep
resentatives Is John L Mitchell the Milwau
kee member who was the only son and heir of
Alexander Mitchell the founder the Chlnago
Milwaukee and St Paul llallroad Congress
man Mitchell resembles his father and like
him Is a good business miD Ills fortune Is
estimated to be worth tlUOOU000 and without
making himself a slave to It the multimillion
aire enjoys life a lie goes mUltmljn a
lover of fine arts and owns several master
pieces He likes good horses leer a score
of fast ones He admires wellbred cattle and
on his farm just out of tbe Cream City has a
laree herd of Jerseys To him the salary of a
member of Congress is hardly worth the check
it takes t draw It and he will follow the ex
ample of two or three other rich men In Con
gress and give It all to his private secretary
The ancient custom In Congress which calls
for the delivery of eulogies upon the death ot
a Senator or Representative is fast becoming
unpopular These memorial service are often
Impressive but It sometimes happens that
they are rather perfunctory On Tuesday last
the Senate at 5 oclock listened to the eulogis
tic addresses of Senators Cameron and vest
upon the life and character of the late Itopre
eontatlve watson of Pennsylvania Mr Wat
son was I very unobtrusive modem man
whose acquaintance In the Senate was man
limited Mr Cameron had the arrangement of
speeches In charge and when tbo hour arrived
for them to bedellvored he found that nil
of tbe Senators who had known Mr Vat ou
wor absent from the chamber As a last re
sort be calied upon his versatile friend Sen
ator est to say a few words Mr Vest con
sented end Mr Cameron said that tho speech
which was exceedingly short but most Im
pressively delivered was the most affecting
that he bad over heard I broucht tears to
hia ayeo and he noticed that several of his
colleagues wore similarly affected The most
touching phase of the Incident was the fact
that benator Vest never met Mr Watson and
did not know him by sight
Senator Davis In his speech on the Nlcara
goon Canal last week introduced I feature into
the debate which up to that time had been
purposely overlooked He spoke with a great
deil of force upon the impracticability of con
structing a canal through a country which wee
so frequently subjected to earthquakes and
volcanic eruptions I support of his argu
ment Mr Davis presented u long list of towns
In Central America which bad been visited
from time to time by earthquakes 1 he towns
all bad names of Indian origin and as each
one was mentioned o graphic recital of the in
jury wrought by homo particular lock or cl
ean I o disturbance was given They were all
situated within five to 125 mlle un each
side ot the route of the proposed canal
and most of them had been destroyed
The great ease and facility with which these
names were rattled oft by Mr Davis surprised
and amused while it Interested nU colleagues
To those unfamiliar with their accent tbe
names wero unprononncabte but Mr Davis
articulated them with accuracy nnd confi
dence He sold afterward that It was no effort
for him to remember geographical names alter
be bail once located the places on tbe map
HeoonMdmed that It was rather a peculiar
gilt but the faculty bad been of great service
to him many times lie could remember pas
sages that be had read lu the moat cursory
manner that Is bo could lemcmber where
they wore located hut R to their exact Ian
gusge he had not tbe faintest Idea I most
Instances ho could toll the book and could
turn to the page ou which bit passage appeared
The finest and most Imposing Government
building in Washington Is I that In which the
tato War and Navy Departments are lo
cated Tho room most sought after In this
striking aiohlteclnial pile is I this diplomatic
room oY the State Department with its ebony
table and the pictures of the exHeretarles of
Stat ou the wall The library of Mr Maines
department Is also a popular place with visit
ors who gaze with great onderment upon the
wealth 01 literature Inolndliiir the original
draft of the Declaration of independence
which II to b seeu iiy the favored few The I
Secretary 01 the Navy however has re
coolly arranged an exhibit of his depart
ment that completely eclipses that of Mr
lllalne tlt Tracy ha caused to be displayed
in the corridors of tho Navy wing of the build
lot models of I of the new war ships Each of
these la placed In a slam case and attracts
Urge crowds visitors whodally stroll through
the building These models are miniatures of
the Charleston Italtlmore Vesuvius Newark
Maine Ac and are petted in detail although
but clx or oen feet In length and represent
work that is I a delicate leIh to be found In a
watch guns carriages sails ropes pulleys
wlndialls and In fact everything above deck
in a veritable fullfledged manofwar
Peetor of the Scotch PronbjrterfM Chare
The ROT David G Wylla formerly pastor of
the Knox Presbyterian Church was Installed
last evening as pastor of the Scotch Presby
terian Church In Fourteenth street near Sixth
avenue lbs Rev Hr John Hall ol the Tilth
Avenua Churcli delivered the charge to the
pastor The ternum wee by the tier Ur
Uoorue Alexander the prayer of installation
by the Rev Dr W D Buchanan and the
enarge to the people bribe Bev Dr ioasph R
EarL Thellev Dr AHTHarshaw Moderator
of toe Presbytery put the ooaUiuiioal au
1ums =
I Tme KKAX DrAm rnan
TrMMCttoM r CUe Liberal Esetllr
With Broken and In I Brooklyn
The only drawback to the success of busi
ness for the i eek just gone has been observed
on the Heal Estate Exchange A number of
the par off d there have been received
with Indifference and In more Instances than
Is pleasant to contemplate they have either
been withdrawn or bid in to prevent sacrifices
The frequent foreclosure sales were also a
feature so that 1 one had to rely on tho Exchange
change for happy features of the real estate
field he would certainly 0 disappointed Tho
ale of tho lots tor the Dyckmon estate Wil of
course an exception but only In the tact that
1 had to do with Iot Improved property and
situation dwellings wero the unpleasant feature uf the
lInt with brokers In Now York and Brooklyn
the week has been appoiontly satisfactory
The sales reported have evidenced the spring
interest and ns to prices the Jinonl anil
Wtildo says Owners are confident and well
satlFfletl with their real estate making low
concessions anti on the other hand buyers
are not enthusiastic enough to make any
Urge increase In their bids so that stiles have
been and now tare very hard to elope negotia I
tions at private rale for business or for fancy I
Property brokers toll Uo Aro more difficult to
ropet
close with the seller than with the buyer and
KO deals bang poler for weeks and months nt a
time Loans am much easier to placenow
than they havo boon for some time and this
plenty ol money bids fair to continue During
tho week I number mortgages have been
mado at t por oenl and a crept many others
at l > and there seems to b UI good reason
why this state of analrs should not continue
UroLers sales Include
HKW YOB
Wit RmntynlQth Uriel 148 four tory brisk and
brownturn from UssitlaS USioo ana extonaiun
t
xlOiJ brW II Scott WokUOu
Wit Mnttr tbiM llrset list the hon by Oergs Q
Rockwood to Thomas I Jordan private inns
Wcit Mnmyiuita street HW threedory dwlll >
terms muxauxliu1 by 1 J Anderson t C i 11 Ile prIvate
Melt Nlnttyoeond ttMt ISO thrustory brown
sloe dwelling br Thorn r V thou prlraM tr
Colnmliui Ninth T no8 1lor trlolt and too
UQtmiut ana itorx by Adler i llrmaa to 8 J Ulllr
prlraie titans
lissi Blituth itrott 181 tooMlory brownlttn dwell
lu I by J p harper prtvaU urroi
will Mxtyniuili r itrnt north M I ISO 1 ft tait of
Columbus assail thr s lots rtpcrnd told by David
DlnkciipltL prlvat termt
hut lloth ureet oorihtMt core of Madison 55S
ete nrtitory HaL by Jolm II Isrtr l private terms
Joseph liasist l nan MM r to Reuben atenftula the
norlliwtit coru r of Norfolk inS Hroome circe l > 42i1
forS < 7i > < o Ur btiitIn l gives In tirhange to Mr
KaMtt 07 llMt r tired a ill 1 story house and tlii
house 4U Bait Uroaaway Itaitnold for Sli JO
Win A tibIa Son have loiS 123 Mercer atrtet a
four story buldlnc on lot azIttL on prlvat unpt
ua ta Iliad hat > old fur Mmil thefts M est Thirty
acond street a f oar ttury brownetont awtlUDr Sox
vui < ru tot about Cuvou
John N lioldlnz hal sold for the Lamnn metal to
O or i IL Post dii architect rII II Wen Twentynnt I
prIvate itreeL a terms four story browntton dwelling 7MM ou
J Romaine Brown A Co bar mold for llnrrti
Mand lbauin to 6 L Letterer the hoeS X38 Wen
TtrtyMVtnih itrttt on private israeL
Uouon 1 MaoAon ld have sold for William Ortraann
Ira Kail rmr < cond sired a tbrestrv browniioni
boo aOititxIiti on private terms ant for l upold
Krucir and others the louritory brick boo Vlxux
I9 Ifrifcait Thirty Cmi strait for iiixw
Howard U Bailffler hB void for Thomas McBride to
Xanai Booktuvir th > two are ttory brick ttne
menu I and 4te WI HftyiUth itreet for 4i1i
llultxrt Peck hu told for Mrs Anna N hawkins XM
West TwntTelnth street a three story htgh stoop
t
ri e J
brick dwelling home u xMim u for suet aol L and for
Hermann P hooks S3 West Thirty ilfih street a tour
story briul dwelllnir I 11totxst I on trIvet term
Viillam it Maion baa told tot sites Kale I Cretan as
West Thirty elihtu purest a thronory brick dwelllnir
IS KXUXIHI for lX7im and fur Henry Uavld tlie
tare story dwelllnv Eel Weit Tnentyilxtn itreet
2L IOX4ixiitlI Ir elcom
XII
Henry Waten and Samuel Levin bar pnrchaitd
from Mary A uuonan th lOt lJ Kldrldce attest xli
H7t for 17 ecu and have retold the same to Michael
and Jams 7J Laikln for Imurorement for Cl I u < f
Aieher WeInstein baa purchased aFoot a Mr Mollln
4 hlntli arenu a four Ion frame bulldliiir front
and thrteitorr frame bulMlna lu the rear on lot
iSxiuu on private terms and trim smucl inin llu
U eel KortMeranth i a tnreeitory and baioment
brown stone dwelling iKBiMxIiua 1 on private terina
br1 Taylor A Hone bm e sold for Mrs J 1 A Hior the
Conr story brown stone house It West > orty evenlh
itrtt Columbia College I leueiioiill on private term
lbs rouMtory brownstone I dwelllnir 14U I East Thirty f
aevenlb itreet baa been sold
HenCe W J Smith ha sold rOI 1 Greenwich street
35xiuiror3sOji
Samuel mpuerhu pnrctusaed the three four itory
brick tenement S1D ioi 41 Kail Tblrtvreoon 1 street
The Knerali estii hive eoid lo C U Martin a ro
102 ExitThirtteth tieit a arenory Unillsh ba imeut
Drowti Mone Uwelllnrf on II tot ZuxHX on private ternu
The llaiueniey estate U li reported bae sold the
even loll nortueut i orner of tlethltreetand Finn
svelte fur i4iouou for Improvement The purchaser
are among etheri I Cnroelus and William K Vander
bilL Robert saId Ogden uoelet sad W tutu Ehrrman
who are memben of the club which haijuit been or
ganized Club and which will bo cUd 1 I slid the Park
11 J Brady has retold the ruldence 4 West Eighty
Kih itreeL purchased rrom John I Pnttllson a ihort
Urn ago to J K Itobtnion of Vatertown I k n tor
F4tttjuii This boo li one of the legint 2 > foot rI t
dances hOI by barlri I DI In The companion hoc
adjoining told two yean no for CoTuu rats litue i
seinOl < lo l ginilemin from Watertown N V who baa
purobiied on th west side In the past month the other
being Uriah LotL who paid fuiuuu for one of the
Dines bouiei on nightyfirst itrcei
John J Crown baa sold to Charles Bolt the four
Story brick rwn 01 brown stone dwelling with dinIng room
eileisloD ou lot UxluJLU 113 Oset Mtentynlnln
street fort > OO
blawaon A Ilobbe have sold for Tsrenc Faders Sons
to EnteUe Bchuyler lao cit bvventrrint sIred a
otir lory brownstone dwelllnir oicwilirii tar HO
ala > and for J B t bmull 1 to Charles 1 Kreedman t > a West
heventyllxth street a tour itory limestone front
dwellnit I iuxAT and ixieuiion xIt52 cit prlve I e term >
James Brown has iota to Urn Harriet Klonda tat
Wen Ninety third street a ihre e tory brown stone
front dwelling UuiSJ and extensIon IOJ A on Private >
terms toJosephlniStclnwetter 143 West Mnel tnlnl
Street a lImIter I house and to T B Wilson mao ou pri
me terms Hi West Mnyhlrd sir t sImilar
dwUtnir
wlllmni I Leonard and Jeremiah J Bvrnee lure
aold sixteen lots on the Port Waihlngton Ridge road to
tic Denis ehea forSftiuuo
Howard I Badclcy has soil for MUcus R Took
ataver to Thomas hounds the three story sat basement I
local brlofc and clans reitdeuce with fall lot 730 at
mf
Ichols avenue near 10ib street lor 527Ou
J RomaIne Iron to have sold for J U I Jnllanto
O Acuenbach one lot 4 the Grand Houlevard liurllt of
loth street for muou and for Andrew J ronnlflc
eight lots on 11 9lh itreer between Mntti and Tenh
avenues at nOh i The am rim hai resold then
eight lots at > > 4iiO aplrce
ueorieJ Hamilton haa fold 41 West Ninetieth sTest
1
a four story brownstone dwelling on lot llliloj for
3 > JOK
raise M o Pyekmin hu sold the forty lots In the
Twelfth ward fronllog on the ship canal Rroadway
errace nw avenue and Lurden itreet for 1w
fbe imrchaer is I Alexander T Van Nest
Mrs t J Loner mi soil h thre itcrr high stoop
louse 167 West Mneiy leoond itreet to Sir Caroline
Gardner Biz I ISxiUxfoz1
Trinity corporotlon hoi leased to Samuel Kempner
case orth foore street for twentyono years > ir I
Cempner la to erect on the plot two ilxetory re
Mr llently has leaied tn William It House the three
tcry dwelling 162 u eel MnetythlrU llreet 1 for thre
l at l4o A restIIBOOELT1
BBOOKLTX
business In the City of Churches has vastly
mprovxd during the week as will be seen by
UH Interesting list of sales reported by the
tcrifio and ttecord
Montague street 10 and 10 the elfhtaf apart
ment house known aa the Montague xx < iO by W
M llawklus to Frederick J btone a about l73oiiii
Corwlth Brother have sold the tbreeitory double
tenement with storeiJJxVjxIoo ill Huron slrscl fr
James McCarty to Alice McWilllams JAKHI alto the
woatory and basement brick dwelling aix3l on lot
1 > rWH1rJ street fur Caroloe n txi Joban
pa ltcllll
Uuuont street 14O 1OU and 141 three twostory
rame dwellings each iOiitn on t > li > tNiilO bv J I1 I
Stoat < for John and Edward Connolly to John W
Kaskerville 4to O
Kourih avenue nnrthrast corner of Fiftyflfth street
of1xl tiv Illlim Walsh 10 Krurst HUM f IMS 1 i
C 1 lleyward liai cxrhaugnd fur luvldH liiuley
he two andabalf story brown stone dwelling I IH XIJ
Xll l VJJ VinHuren strut valued t at JrtOOd with I U
Iradford Jr for a farm of 1St enlists acres at Hollls
Urdlod 11101
I I Valued at tltxijou alsu 1 rexchanire the slur
farm for Mr 5isley with f eth V HOIKS for a three
tory Hngltih basement brick dwelling IMtx4ixluu
lad Sonnet avenue isa l > sold a farm of fonr acres on
he south td uf Hockaway avenue o feet south of
few Lois roid for Charles anderveer toj Morris
for 5411th and resold the earn farm N liau
for I4Y a plo 76x300 ou tin south side
of hackman ureet list feet east of B ate
aveuue eitendlng tbroujh to Christopher ureef
ogetber with a plot iKjila laklnit lbs enilre front
on Blake avenue between iowellani hackmnn Uriels
and a Ito 5520 l on the louth aide of hackman sires
3OO felt West of Suiter avrnne extaudint lrt
1
ihrlifcipher itreit lot J ultinai to J i Morris for cHjnjj
a Ibreestnrr and haiment brick dwelling liMillm
14b Van Curia Uriel for i J Reed to Mr Rliardtow 1
for tInwu a two story and bailment brown none
dwelling UOxCxItHUXTntiloiigliby avenue for W ol
llotallngto Mary K Todd for 87ti
1 Mr lUrward states that ell transactIons of the
present season exceed thoie of any year since he ha
bllo bueittsae I has md many 11 esis II
buyers coming principally fn > m the Kasiera District I
and Sew lurk The demand rtr houses to rant hai
Men steady and well milnialmd throughout thi winter
A A tormo I aolUnw the sale 1 or ihe fourstory
brick bulldlnt at the innthiait cornerof Sutton and
Bond Hreta 2oxt 67 > In sits belonging to Ibe Schneider
estate al1 w This appeals to tie a tilth inure es
iiecieliy when I Is I considered that Mr Schneider
bonibt the property In I Pill isis than twelve fbi age
for riM toil Itli I laid that In I the event of anicceasfui
termination or this oil 10 the pronerlv will be Improved
ana that ateuant stands ready 10 take the property I
a ten rears Isaae I at a annual reula of between IM
and 571551
The V A M Cbauneey Real Estate Company bare
to II
PottS the followiniti The six three nory anJ one terr
itory trick building I with atores on a pot 71 Ij loxlli at
tbe northeast corner of Mvrtle I avenue and Jay street
for W Vandirhoef to the Her Mr Morris the four story
brown itone dwelling 7x125 I rierreponl itreeti the
foiiMtory trown ton gal j iioiso lot 1 iin with stone
i gl fto sliest the nvestor i brick donile tene
ment S4XW lot itS itt Nassau itreeti Ihe choice
edidos of the roino I Street Mitho Hit Kplscopal I Church
resIst at ills northwest corner of Ollnton and fauldo
streetS and sIxteen low on MockUolm street bulimies
son feet east Knickerbocker avenue
C N Moody t Va bare exchanged for China Ilaie
CorD the two twostory and basement crownstoue
dwelllngs IHxiI lot luu 1 uch sajand 403 Second irst
valued at 14or 10 with Dr K I Hartley for the two
andahalf story frame dwelilnt 24 xJi lot BO I 403
veTsnth Uriel valued at O3 tut Also sold for K r
Brown toC W heave the tbritory and basinunt
brick dwelllsk gAitS let liLa 84J State 4Jtm
CTOOO sad Ih twostory and basement brownstone
dwelllnc 3Ox4 lot J loo tie Uarfleld place for 1 a
Christian to William Earryforblltti
Uulkley a llortoa have told tOe thrieHory and baa
mint brick dwelling 3UXWUIOU H > Waverly l avenue
for Franel Hobont to Albert > or too for xuauo and for
Kafui ftasslirute to William I I Lea the twotory brick
dwsllinc Is Sza4li tilts Monroe sires I II for 5344
Henry Ward liii soil for rbarlM llanedorn to J Wet
gal I the fourstory double brick Hat 2H t4oetzle5 on the
soutb side of Hxteentb street i4 li feet east of Third
avenue far 4li4i > s the loursioryor wiistinera
with store auxMxTinly tn the Seat side ci risventh
avenne I feet unrth tt riftventbureii tl for JJavid At
tin to Emit Hammerer for iniaim also fur Alexander
U CalderioH I Uaer Ibe thre try brick tt ItLHx
48iion st fefsulh itreet foreoiUX
W II AfVioal bai eelS for dosla Oatoolne 1
iadii 11 rooletb sweeten r baiaat tram
Oat KajaalK 1 Eldert UV for Siau a let K
luo teBntT UIBMMr cm Ike BMlUastsU aJ BVM
i
tress aveng n feet et of icBUfftr stysit for
liluoi itwoitery frame 1 IOIWUKXX OB tale aorth
Sill of Wilrneld itreet tt > reel I of Broadway Oe
r schatsertoH Wbr for M2UX
Robert W > Martin lr l for P W rhllllp to
JOhn u Crate the twostoryiand basement brown nine
dwnliBf I iHx 2xin > Mi Mobonouch lOss for a nuu
K II llliiop I the bolldir has sold th following new
rtweliioin on rotnam arennei OUT a three story
brownstone Itntixiuj loHmllh roi for llO 7t
same style antI clue to It Ham I l bipmanforll M > Ii
tilt a three story norohtiter lion and bnok oxilx
IUH to atr O n Daniels un prlval I term
IlllllnrsJk Braimir are exchanssd tot Mor
Li yaein fut tbree story brick list JHzMxIisi earn
lllj to II1S Illes 1 avenne with knits Martin for
three aerei of lanu t alf I and ILi contentS
of a store at MlvU
Clarenc D Smuh has sold b two itory and b
mint biO I dwelling iKxuxinu IM Halntirlilte street
for Jessie A AntOn to oeorto Rohmltt for sanu
H W Rojsll has told I the thre dory brisk bofidini
li star totethir With two bnlldlnirj adjolnlnt
tandlnit on a lot six lrre nlar for sarah lore ot New
York 10 Cbrl Dnyl for tsiu a plot fiuxnti on the
11014 plOI
South sld of Fluihln avenue ftfi feet wait of CUrmoat
avenue for Annie K Lake in Israel Mererifor 3tXii
the twostory and extension frame dwelling I lanoxlOo
Im Carlton sons for viral corn to Ieter ana
Joeerli Voanr for 3 luu and a similar dwelling adjoin
log for tr Mtayliy I to above purohattr for CLOtS lOIn
U 0 K Ixnett A Un Ilass exotanted for o 1
Rtesrns the nveitory brick net with stone suiRrntl U
2 Court street valuid at S30UM with John Mao
nrifor for a plot flxiui on the southwest corset ot
Waibinitnn and Dc KaTh avennia rained at tJOOOO t
also acid for Mr Johanna IbO to I I Kaaqnln
the tlire Story brick flat with store Dlliaxluu IM
Smith itreit tot f l IOUO loN
J II Kobru bt CD have sold for 0 II Roberta the
twortory and btieraeni brown stone dwelling iHz ax
3101 42 lleDon null street lo isobert I Williamson for
11101 i a two story and bawment brlek dwelling Otto
43x110 H7rt lay Street for c n Hetnold to Fred
erick Cowdray for OSeuni also a twosturv and baa
oo 1IY al
rnent brownstone dwelling IK4X4AXIUU Ml Hancock
street for Charles L raihfey to William Jbuon for
pta U Wiim
Mrs R 0 Talbot baa sold for David M Stone to Frank
Elliott tile threstorr brown stone dwelllnc 30xi1xli il
on ttt west side ef Jeffenon avenue luu 4 o west of
Wirrv avenue for tllIIoO
samuel It Uood baa sold the two story and basement
brown i one dwtliinra iM8i4 ICO each 647 and 6M
n Im
XcUonouih surest tbe former to Mr Stone and the lat
ter to Josephine rarcella esoh rot 1610 0 cub
John H lnlt has old for Thomas Oharllon to HID
ry Aoh the twostory and basement brown Ion
dwelling i7th4ii15t Cal l f4ooroestrel orl7i xi
Ernst Lonier hss told for Krancli Balls to Henry
Huh tie three story trams defile l tenement with store
33xt > ant a twostory tram flat UMOiloo adjoin
hag on the lonthiait corner ot Liwli avinn and Floyd
street forfiKitu
Leonsrd Moody hu cold tile foniitory browndon
dwelling on the corner of Berkeley place and Eighth
avenu tn Mr mauler for fJflNm
James r Abrami a lions report She following sales
The new twoitory and basement frame dwelllns 3ox4Ji
lot list on the south side ot forty fltth sliceS zro flat
cast of Third avenue for James a Carroll to Orace
Monran tor MMO tbe twostory lram weUIni joxto
lot IUJ on the south ilU or Fortyieventh unit awl
feet lot Fonrtli avenue for Ixiiili Clayton to Paul
Telchmann for Ht the twoitorr and basement
frame dwelllni fxtt lot IUJ on the north lid of
Iftv lecond sireet aoo feet west of Third avenue for
William llarslntoR IL Lyn4 for M4 >
t harle Letter baa old fur John loon to George
Krimer the three story frame double tenement K3XM
XKM in Troutman street for tdUI i
COtter t Urandau have sold for Aaron flinch to
Byron P Stratton a clot of twelve Iota 12 l nVMl on the
west sid of Ocean arkway ClIO feet north of Avenue
o lot tMtxxx
BALrDCOB CLUBS AND ZICEXSEI
Fornlnc Combination to Make st Teat
Cae OB n City Commllona Order
BtiTiMonit March tAll of the large clubs
regardless of their political and social affilia
tions combining to fight the Liquor License
Commission which recently promulgated an
order that all clubs must take out a license
and be governed br the State law regulating
the sale of liquor Should this order be en
forced it will oome near destroying their use
fulness an no liquor could be furnished to
members on Sunday
The Calumet and Crescent clubs two leading
Democratic organizations have contributed
f COO each to test the law and they will proba
bly be joined by the Concordla and Lieder
kranz German Societies the Young Hens
Republican Club and the swell Baltimore
Maryland and Athenmum clubs The License
Commission base their order on an opinion by
Mr Bernard Carter counsel for the Police
Board who holds that In accordance with a
decision rendered by the Court of Appeals
club organised to sell liquor are amenable to
the law regulating the traffic The vase re
ferred to was tried in a local option town in
Talbot county where clubs were formed ut
which Iliiuor wo served Congressman iMdor
Km nor counsel for the Corcordla In a written
opinion advl ep his clients to continue an
heretofore and not take nut n license He
holds that In n decision rendered about ten
years ago In which the Conuordla was the de
fondant the Court of Appeals decided that the
Sunilay law regarding the pale ot liquors did
not apply to Incorporated clubs Ho makes
this distinction In the case of the Conoordla
the sale of liquor to Its members Is an loot
dental feature while In the Talbot county case
the club was organized for that purpose
The ConiiniBBlou is also alter tee druggists
who have been selling lirjuor on prescription
amusing ca e Is thatot Bites AUallighur
who filled liaise prescriptions signed by Dr
Witiittm I U Cries tbo surgeon of the Fifth
jMarvlanJ llegitneut One wax for one gallon
of brandy > 5 another lor a gallon whiskey
1H5U and the third fur a quart of > LlHkey 11
The In ht two wore for the fifthUeglment
Mr Oalllcher Is the steward of the regiment
and In defence It IH claimed that while
ordinarily a gallon of brandy or whis
key would look llkn a wholesale prescrip
lion it must be remembered that a ieul
mont taken bigger doses and must have
larger prescription than individual pa
tients No one would think of giving an In
faut as large a dose of medicine us would be
prescribed for an adult and while a gram of
some drug would be sufficient for a baby
a man might require fifteen or more grains of
the name drug bus It was argued for the
reidment There is no telllug bow sick that
regiment was when the titlmulant was pre
scribed and admnlstered The Commission
ers however take a different and less amusing
view of the case Should action be takou It is
very probable that members of the regiment
would bo called as witnesses
MMk tIARA1IS orrvzov
On an Adaptation From the French Im
povcrlxhrd With Local Color
Madam e rehearse said a short man with
n French derby on his head to tho caller at the
Garden Thoatio yesterday afternoon There
were sound of chatter In French tao or
threo shrieks nd other peculiar noises from
the stage A few minutes of this and then the
same Frenchman said Madame waits
Ho indicated a narrow passageway fenced
by big pieces of scenery on one Hide and the
wall on tho other At the end of It the arm
the shoulder and tho head of a tall woman
dronEod In black with n sort of man
tilla over her head wore to bo seen bbe
seemed at the length ot the ptago to be a
young woman nnd she looked wonderfully
pretty with her soft drapery over Titian hair
and the graceful trim ot the body just leaning
around the hcenory As tho visitor cot nearer
he only noticed wonderful eiaygteeu eyes
und a complexion of glrliMi Hoftnens
A morning nowipapor baa printed a story to
the olfocc that the visit of Inspector Byrnes to
Mine Bernnardt three weeks ago was for the
purpiie of arranging to prevent her being an
noyed by Charles Onrnler the actor who It
was iiruiendnd bad threatened to follow her
to this country and kill her The story went
further und said that Gamier bad come had
annoyed her and bad been tent back on the
Normandlo by the detectives of tha wily In
spector
ICow 51 me Bernhardt does not peak Eng
lish tItle may think that she does ana a
great many people may have agreed with her
But they were deceived by her wonderful net
lug btu nays a word of broken Eng
lish she shrugs her shoulders she raises
her eyebrows fbe bursts into a radiant smile
and lo you think for a moment that the
Lugllsh language watt never npoken before
AH her visitor upoko no French It took a
good deal of talkluc to explain what this very
complicated story was But she understood
surprislpgly well
Ah M Gamier I know him he Is not
here The story of him and me has been In
French paper It Is not true Zero is not a
n
Mme Sarah looked all around for the word
She glanced appealingly nt the oelllng She
ciHMD d her handx Then the smiled triumph
antly and waved her hands with the deep pink
stains on the nails
Vous comprenez not any not a wordrt
llttlennne fo trut at all and she threw up
her mind anti smiled
M Burn she called the Inspector something
like tnatI hntBloitalrohe callvolhl
tout But the paper say
Madame xmlled shrewdly half closing both
of the wonderful evea
Le journal hat taken It from ee French
papier It make make upge rest
Candidate for Henutor He rt Beat
BIN FBAXCIBCO March 1 Thedeathof Sena
tor Hearst will Infuse life Into the State Legis
lature which has the election of bin successor
There are three prominent candidates M M
Ettee who was Chairman of the last Repub
lican National Convention H H DeYoung
proprietor of the Chronicle and member of the
National Worlds Fair Committee and Charles
N JVejton exCongressman iron California
Loch has a strong following and the struggle
will be lively The Legislature Is overwhelm
ugly Itepubllcan so there Is no chance for a
Democratic successor to hearst If he had
lived a month longer tbo Governor would have
hail the appointment of the fcouaior HtxrntH
death makes hits son William II IJeKKt tlio
rii bent newspaper proprietor In the rouutry
It Is said that young hearst will Invo complete
control of most ol the Senators estate of
twenty millions and tbtxt he will at once set
about the establishment ol a dally newspaper
In Nw York as he records BOB Francisco M
SUNDAY LABOR MEETINGS
movniit MAY coxx ntott nne
iJriGENW41V BOTCOTT
Netklaij Thai th Capitatiet Cisia Mfity Be
Worthy ofPrsil byHorlntltA DA4
MeetlBKtnDefenceofWImdow Hmstakluc
Th Central Labor Federation received a
long communication yesterday from the Cen
tral Labor Federation ot Brooklyn containing
an account of the circumstances ot the boy
cott on the Folgenspan Brewing Company
From the way things look at present there is
likely to be serious trouble In the brewing
trade as the Federation tells the story Mr
Felgonspan dlwshnrged an employee who re
fused to go Into an empty vat alone It would
have been necessary for the man to take a
lighted candle with him and he asked that
another man be stationed near the vat to assist
htmin ease of an explosion from the contact
of the light with the gases accumulated at the
bottom His employer refused to keep an
other man waiting in Idleness and discharged
him The union appointed a committee to
Investigate tho matter and upon the refusal of
the company to reinstate the man who had
been discharged put a boycott on the company
Shortly after this the Brewers Fair Trade Ex
change of Brooklyn and New York composed
of union brewery owners met and pasted the
following lesnlutlons which were read at the
Federation meeting yesterday
Htirrat In any question between employers
and employees the former are subjected to the
decision ot the latter and denied the benetlt of
an unbiased judgment
Jlttotreil That the boycott on the Felgen
Bpan Urewlnp Company be not allowed by the
Fair Trade Exchange and In order to obtain
equal and just treatment In the future that
differences be submitted to a Boat d ot Ar
bitration
Itnnlrrd That employers be not hindered
In discharging any employee who does not
salt an long as the vacancy Is tilled by a union
man Thu monopolizing of this right by the
union must be strictly denied
Phillip Lelblnger President Valentine
Loewer TlcePresldenti Frank Ibert Score
tary P Veldruann A Kremer Joseph Epplg
The Federation endorsed the boycott The
resolution Is regarded as a threat by the union
brewers to go over to the pool unless the men
take the boycott olT nt once
The committee which had been appointed to
Investigate the tno bills on child and female
labor which have been brought before Ibo
Legislature reported In favor ol the one drawn
up by Mls < Van litton of the Worklngwomena
Booloty which limits the employment of per
sons of both sexes under 18 yean of age to
eight hours a day The report wound up with
the following curious recommendation which
was adopted
Considering the basic principle open which the Cia
Slat Labor taderattun Is established we recommend
that tOe action of this body an to labor bull introduced
In the Legislature by political representatives of the
capitalistic clasi be coudne1 to criticism and ihnuK
unor no clrcnoutanoe talc the form of an endure
InfOWhen
when the bill to establish a But printing
nftlc came up for discussion every one wan in
favor of endorsing It but aa that would have
been a flagrant violation of Ibe foregoing rule
they contented themselves with passing reso
lutions raying that they were in favor of all
State socialistic measure
The following resolution was also adopted
Ketrfwt That we the representative or SAono
working men and women urge upon the trustees of the
Metropolitan Museum of Art the desirability of con
forming to the wishes nt the people by opening the
doors of the museum on Sunday afternoon
The greater part of yesterdays meeting of
the Central Labor Union was taken up by
speakers who pitched Into District Superin
tendent Morrison of the Street Cleaning De
partment A committee will call on Deputy
Commissioner Dalton today and bring him a
lot of new facts bearing on Morrisons charac
ter Nominations were made for new olllcere
to be elected next Sunday
District Assembly 4i of the Knights of Labor
will bold a mass meeting In Cooper Union next
Thursday night to protest against the Impris
onment of Thomas Blordan and John Connor
who were convicted of smashing the window
of a retailer who Hold Tracy A BnssuUa boy
rotted beer They were sentenced to the pen
itentiary The speakers will be Terence V
Powderly George K Murray and James P
Archibald
A Reckless Rider
A man mounted on a handsome brown hone
went tearing down Sixth avenue at about SH
oclock yesterday afternoon At Fourteenth
street he ran full Into a crosstown oar Sev
eral windows of the car were broken and the
passengers were startled The man was
thrown to the ground where he lay until e
policeman picked him up His under Up and
head were badly cut and the horse was badly
Injured An ambulance of Mr Berghs society
t < > olc the horse away and the man was attend
ed at tie New York Hospital and then went
home He tald he WAS James Campbell but
wouldnt tell where he lived or whose horse
lie had been riding
A Fits About Your New Stocking Maam
Patrolman James Bulllvan of the Mercer
street station found a package containing a
new pair of black silk stockings In Fourteenth
street near Fifth avenue on Saturday Pa
trolman Sullivan broughtfthetn to the station
and according to routine Sergeant Clark tele
graphed to Police Headquarter about them
A general alarm was then sent to the Captains
of all precincts In the city requesting them to
look for the owner of the stockings No claim
ant had appealed for the blockings up to last
evening they 1 are now in the keeping ol
Property Clerk Harriot at Police Headquarters
Who Woe This Woman
A feeble woman about 54 years old and
poorly clad culed late on Saturday night at
the house of lnvld Ilempstcad 3 Navy street
Brooklyn nail saying that she bad no home
asked for a nights lodging Her request was
gramed and she was allowed to sleep In a
little loom on the top flour Yesterday morn
Ing she wag found Uead She wore a black
dress with a white waist and a black shawl
Nothing was found on the body to Indlcato her
identity The body was removed to the Morgue
Brother llarrleonn Fruitful Revival
Revivalist Harrison held what was called a
jubilee In tbo Hodden M K Church In East
Seventeenth street last night to celebrate the
saving of nearly COO souls the fruits of his
eight weeks mlaslin and to commemorate tho
hundredth nnnHorsary of the death of John
We ley He said li had been tho most re
markable revival ho had known In his fifteen
years experience from Maine to California
Football Heroes on Ibe ChrlatUn tire
At a student meeting yesterday afternoon in
Association Hall Edger Alluii Poe captain and
quarter back of Irlncetons I football team of
90 and Capt T L McClung quarter back for
YaleB team were the speaker They spoke
upon the Dttlluultles to be Encountered In
the Christian JHe Tho Yale lice Club ron
dered several selections
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BRADHnAtrOa reh Mary belayed dangV
teret John and Mary BraAihaw aged yes
months and It day
rrlindi sne Invited to attend the fnasral free the
resHsnceofherparentaMI Wait thrt is M
day afternoon March 2 at 3 oclock
Interment Calvary Cemetery
crtRIHTYOn yh tn nrHfit Christy wlfief
Nicholas Christy la thi frith year of hsr act
Relitlvea and friends are respectfully loTltsd be 14
Und the funeral from her late rsillence in Wet
Ohth it en Mondav morning March J at lOoclocii
thence to the Church of It Vincent tie Pant SM it
near inh av
COEIiGTTtn Kirlden Conn datnrday Fib M
Richard John Collett ion of Ralph and Oatherln
Count cud I year and 9 montba
funeral private
COXOn Saturday morning Fib 2S In Brooklyn
Miry Emil wife of William W Cox and daarhur
Janei II and II Brown aged M yian
ynnsralitrrleeiatherlat reildiae 1M Eeld av
on Tneaday March a at 1 oclock P M
DAVIHln thliclty on Monday yen 23 tag MarU
Louis Davis otrrovldmca K L
The remains will be uksato PrOTldsnce rooratag
rnniral itrtlcei at her late realdene Frovldene
R t on Monday Marehl IH81
IOOHOn Feb M at Ml lat Mfldeno ads Wen
KM it Nicholas Mfts aisd 40yean
Intsrmentat Fetenburgh Va Friday Marsh ft ISO i
TJIVINIXfln Feb 37 at the residence other sister
Mn James Drown 04sd av Saran Divine lath
Wth year ot her age
Funeral from St AnniChnreh Bait nth at today
atUA M
DORNANOn Sunday Xareh I leal Daniel o Q
Ooroan
Belitive and friends of the lanfly ar reiptetfallf
Invited to attend Ih funeral from nil laUrMldene
KO East 4th it on Wednesday Manh 4 at 3 ocletk
f M Typographical Union ito e la respeotfnlly
horSed to attsnd
IXJfJOIIKRTYIn Jirsy City Thursday Feb s
IBOJackaonav llllen wire of David D Dough
iSp ot Pooghkeepile
Fnnerit from Iooihkeepsle Sunday March L
3FniIABnIn kchoharl N T Feb ift John a
Oebhard father of Gel Edward Gebhard of this cltx
aged TO years
MOKESoddnlyon March I Mary J Ollmor
aged 4S yean
Kotloe of funeral hereafter
BARE ID Jersey City Feb IT Joseph 8 Hare ant
41 years
Friends are lnvlld to attend the fnitral from hli lit
ttsldcnca S34 West Newark av on Monday alter
noon Uaroh 2 at I oclock
Interment In Oypresi utile Cemetery
HONER On Saturday Feb iC la Hartford COWL
Eat lloner daughter of Guslav and Margsrsl
Ilonir aged 10 years
Frlendi are Invited to attend the funeral from the
residence of her parents 180 Babeook at on Monday
morning 550 oclock and from St Joseph
Church at 9 oclock
KRIiIjY tn South Amboy NJ at thi parochial
residence the Very Rer John i Kelly T a
rni Tuesday morning March 3 at 10i8x > oclock
The reverend clergy are Invited to attend
XiAXARCHEln Brooklyn on Sunday March I
1851 I at her tat residence 348 Carroll Fare Emily
Cheney Francis widow of Uyaclnthl Lamarehs
Solemn mail of requiem at BL Stephens Chnrobtiim
mil it corner lOoks it on Wednesday March 4
at9SOAM BilatlvM and frlendi an igniteS
to attend
Hartford Cons papers plea copy
MACFARIAND Saturday Fib 38 Ella i
VaoKarland In the 83th year of her age
Pnneral services will be held at her late reidenoe
Ml 3d av today st2PM
MACKOn Saturday Feb 38 Jaoob Mack in she
84th year of hit age
Relatives and frlendi are rp ctfttlly invite to at
tend the funeral from the residence of his ion In
law Mr Slgmund Xoha 187 Eastman today at
8I30JLM
Tiara ExiirnBi The numbers of this oongrcgalioa
are reirxetfnlly Invited to attend the funeral of Vr
Jacob Mack from his lau rUaeII7 East SM it
today at 990 XM without further noil By
order of the President
SITES STEHIf Seoretarr
MA10COIMSONOo Thursday Feb as at Lw
ellyn Park Orange H J Susannah Infant daugh
ter of Julia a and A Bell Maloolmioa
Interment at Freehold N J today at I SO P M
BfcFARIANDOa Feb 38 after ihort Ulnee
Will am a MoFarland M D
Funeral sepTic wlU take place at his lat reetflene
8 East 37th it on Wednesday Manh 4 at 10 A M
McltENNAIn Mount Hope P 7 Thursday Feb
19 llanorah Itartney beloved wlf of Patrick Mo
Eenna In the Seth year of her ate
Limerick Ireland paper plessi copy
MOIilUOn Saturday Sib 55 Christina widow of
David W Moll In the seta year of her age
Balatlvei and friends are ignited to attend the funeral
cervices at her late reildenc14S Penn st Hronklyo
K D on Tuesday evening Maron X At S oclock
MtlRIII YIn Hartford Coon on Friday Feb n
William son of Wllilatn Morphy aced I year and I
month
rnnrral prints
Interment al Catholic Cemetery
PURCitl requiem month mind will he
vlebraied at 81 Aiphonsuas Church South hut iv
near Canal it today ate A U fir the tiptoe of
tttsouiofttualateJobn FnrceU who departed this
life Jan so
nelattver and friends are respectfully Invited
ElCHMONlIn Fliiihlng L I lets a Katde
lain Manran wife of Lewi Klchmonl
roneral at Flushlnir toilay at 4 r M
Interment at Providence on Tuesday March s on the
arrival of the 10AM expren from New York
HOSIEVNIn New York it 233 West ith si t
Thursday evening Feb us luddsnly of pneunioila
James Wpodruff Rome nforinerly of Detroit Mlili
In the Stl ear o his ago
Funeral rrlvate
niij tJ
Iniermcnt In Detroit t
RUOTIn Clinton N Y Friday reh27 Im hancy f
Whliniy llnllrek widow ot Prof Oren Root niil I 1
mother of tho Roy Oren Root and of Kllrin hoot
of this cite In the 70th year other are H
HCHAllKEIn New Haven Cone Saturday Teh H p
SS Oscar fchadee eon of Jallus and Helen bcMde N
acid loyear e
Encode aro Invited to attend the funeral from tIe tl
residence of his parenla 3d Henry SL on Mental
afternoon at Jin oclock
HCllirjUTZiJnFunJuy MartS I at his late neil t St
dene tf3 Kant 17th it Jackson 6 hchulii lo mi W
7ith yiar of his ace WW l
Funeral services at All Bouli rhoreh corner 4th av W
and 0211 at on Thursday March 0 at 1030 A M WI
Kindly omIt flower
8 llllt WOODOn Feb 2U at 2 P U at his laie I
residence Walter Sherwood beloved hasbsn1 of LI
Margaret Katchford and beloved son of Samuel and fr
Cecilia therwood 01m
Funeral from his late residence ace East 4IH eL to
Tuesday March a at 10 oclock A L ISK
Interment at ttvirtTeeni Cemetery ISK
8VMNERln Brldnport Coon Thursday Feb Al
26 CoU Samuel B Sumner aged 63 year K
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from St th
Johns Church on Monday Hatch a at i oclock ot
Fleas omit flower li
HIVrKNTVln New York on Friday yb 31 Mr
Margarit Sweeney In the Mth year of bet an
yuneral service today at 11120 1 A U at M Anus I
Cliuich
I
TATIOKCirollne If Tayor In the tad yearof
her an flu
The funeral will take place from her late resUsnte on
244 wit 3lit il on Toeiday March X at 10 oclock
TERRKUUln New Harm Friday rib 27 Pet ons
ptilue II widow of JoneS U Terrell ned 41 years
Friends are invited to attend the faneral from ber 1st s
residence lODwIghtet onTiieidiy at 13 oclock
Interment at Woodbrldito Con
VAN ItlAUCOXUn Baturday Feb 39 Henrr
Van Hlircoin
Ok
Bilatlvei and frlrn < 1i and Brothers of Carpenters aol
Joiners Local Union ho 4XA Jersey City an r
liiTllel to attend tb funeral on Taetdiy Msrch3it
his late rmdeuce n Lewis it at a oclock f M aS P
W
tnlon Hill K J
WAIKKROn Thursday rib VS at Morrlslown
N J Thomas George Walter In tbe 59th year of j
lie age
Itolailves and friends of the family are respectfully
Invlled to attend Ih funeral services at its lit s
incIdent on Sussex ar on Monday March t al I
1lt0octoskAM
Carriages will meet the 010 train from ewTork
Inlennsnt at Wvodlawn
TVKIHtiBAXTER Meriden Cons Tbundait
Feb M LmUa daughter Jallu and LonisS
WUebauet agsll a years aad M day
ycneral trlat I

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