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I 'I, , , A'HE WlN, THUKSlA'V, APRIL 21, 1J V ! St''
I sSiTkilled HER HUSBAND. I Jfll?r QMRRJCKB OFTBX, AMI BttB IMA JEALOUS. I A, VTnlilin. WkdM TrUI for Mnrtlei H B-" Henna, I But 1. pud the Mam Hua L Hhol Wo Touaeei -She Henri the Death B (Sentence) Premond Vpon Oaaaoati, Who B Murdered III Wife and Iter Lover. H til'"1 fotul of Oyer and Tormlnsr yostor- H Jy mnmlnc. Judse Iiiftraham prcsldlnc. tho H kt.irlnj cf losllmour In tho trial ot Annie H VftiMon. cliarcfil with murder In tlio first do- H jroofortliokllllncot Iter husband on Oct 31 H lnl.w.ti Icsun and wis carried tontilntor- H rstlnc point In the en for the prosecution. H Tlic '1,"'"'S ' ",0 cour' room woro carefully H fuanU'ri. po tlmt only afevrporsons beMdes H thosn iliipctly Interested were ablo to train K iidmtlt.it oo. M5, Walden la youns. good looklnc. Bmnll. I nnJ iHstii ot tlcuro. tilio is less than '-!2 rears I nil. tut fin onrlyelrlhood shphnsitHsoclated H with the fnit ret that Hies by tlm precarious (hiiucea of plnrlnc tliorncos. nnd her lifeline B teen ci)' nnd wayward and full of excltlnc In I rMrat. As she sat In thrt court room yostor I d.iv. with tlio li oil vy revolver with which slio I ii-nl ht down her to vine husband I) ire on I ilicl-i'ilo nf tho Assistant Dfotilrt Attornoy a I few feet nw ly. It seemed Imiionslblo thnt oven I tl.e gteilet froiuy of passion could hao I nerxeJhortn do a murder. Nh was dressed I nil In M.ir':. r-ion to black cloiesoior her H MiiillliniiiN. lternunt. fr.Dehnlnc.dre9sed In 1 1 icls ih '. '.it Immediately 1 ohlml her, nnd luid nin urn mound her so that hor hend rticlii:;i'nt Mrs HohtilnB's shoulder. T!n tiii-o,ii,is h.ilr was n very dark brown. alino-t bl.i !.. vul only tlio ourln nboiohorlow forotieud ih iioi, so heavy was the lone Mack ell sho wore, fhohns r ,"'' A. a low forehead, lonit y ctttvlna cyubrow. nnd ,' ' lone dark eyelashes , v. 1 nml pyclhK so hoavy "' r..' ,1 I that they navo hor bin J I brown eyes n sleepy ! , I look. llor nosj Is lrf.7 j titralcht und hor lips "--' j iciy full, llor com- J ,. j tiluxtnn Is clonr nnd i'ark and ha"; a health- n ir"unti fill redness in tho . 10'r. II" f i MieBostod a woman of weak Will .imI liiih'tii tcmi'-r. on Iim'i) f ii they hail not uoson Juror". ,ii. I ihemi'iil i 'o-'s.lon bocan with the not tin I -f 1 i"" ii" 1vi. .Tustbofoio this .TuiIro Tii ji ill i n ' t'l'l Tolm Lewis Osmond to tho i.r and -o it need him to bo oxeeuted n'cord liisloliwl i in wet't of .lunoUfor killiiichls w I" md iin.iiili"ln their lluf. named John liii'iin-Il Tin' MUhOof liNcrlmownsioalonsy, ill. mis. w null Mart f tliu ullecod mot1fl fin Hi. i-Hui"f imio Walden. Ab the ,1'ulcn i. i pp. in I ; the sentence the aunt nut I er 1 1 m .! it iiiiuinl tlio prt'-oncr. and her "ii in- n -ii n ii nil lookod nnxioue nt hr. A II... . I .. tt. iilinl'n alinl.lflu. .....1 Illll -lit" IV II, I I". "' .."" - . ......... ...... , ii til. I tin i I'.'ilinc wilhnoothtrt.lenof .'iiiiill nib in w litoni'i-J "r her cheeks In nls .1 ..in. s Mr. Wellmnn outlined very niiiiccrl tli- tni r o tlio crime, nnd tnld th.it ti e S:.tt hMIi- not inslnuatinc tlint Inmes M.lr'. n u is n. tt'io husband of Annie Walden, ).t linl in.t been III In " In Ibid .iny pimf thnt n ( X,J ii'iHiiinr h.t I Icon )l i PMfi'riui il nt I'amden. A t J us was ai!i i;nl. )lr. N Wellni in Milil thnt tha . ti'tim m Inr tlioMntii y V o ii sliow t'mt Annlo Mu'deii hnd Mint down In t liiit-t nnd of a few A iimnths. ii lad of less I J tluin 'JO j ears, nnd J I 'herfore oxer n year I yuiitiKer than she was. I and that she had Mint I f liim down as Uiewult U I ot n deliberate plan. I t Aecordluu to Mr. V Ii Wellman. youns Wnl- t den wont down to I II Hheopshead some time II I I In July. In tiin ooumo II II nf Ilia liUilros of fol- I I in Ins tlie rnco. nud II Wiu a cood pot of Ss-V money on tho races. rZJ) l Ono day ho mot tho Jifi K d.ilcndant, who wan Aiib S then known by several liimen. nmoDB tliem wiiuiii TiimoTHuoiiv. AuiiluMarshairand Kittle Dolmnr. It is al lcil that some tlmo In Niptcmboi theywero mariled In Camden. At any rate, they set up hiHinekeoplnir in the ilrst floor front flat of -'.Mi A est Fortieth street, nnd somctlmos they hud tnony nnd ncnin they had not. In tho i aily part of October he wont to Baltimore. Ii'iilns her behind When ho came back. wliHi was in the week befor- tho munlel. iliry had niiiny jealous ounrreK nnd nt last be left the flat. Hhe called him out of tho Ik uo of hi friend Oroen. when; he was staj lnir. nnd wilked with hlra to the southeast ei rnnrof Si'ienth avenue und 1'ortlelh street. 'J'liev stfipped thero u few minutes, and then Kin-was M'.-n tn drajva revoherand shoot him tniije. Ili lie im hour afterward, without hulne fpl:on. AmniiB the nltnessosfor tho Etnte was Jeter iinlilfti uf ratontnwn, N. J., the father of tho nmrileied boy, a man past middle life. Ho is n Ii iim Sn'rn'", lie said thnt his boy was II) jeusll innnths nnd ti days old on Out. HI, Jelil. the d.i o! the murder. nailer H lin en. yonneWnldcn's Host friend. tniii tin. story there. Cireen is a yountr fi'llnw.of iheCiUttonburB typo. He said that h.'iuir. manlui . und that In the few last weeks ' In- ti l-iid'h life he lived at 'J0.'t Went Thirty- IkIiiIi Mie.'t. it was a boardlnc house, kept J.y hi- nintlie'-ln-law, Mrs. hnw. Ho had knnnii .lames Valden about three years nnd tliewiii.i.tu wh killed him about the same imctii nt ti.ue. J.eand nldon went toBura teBiitiiBethei In July, nnd In Aueust, they at tiule 1 tl'i- f-liiu'pshoad May meetlnB Then .mines hi-t 1 1 . Inmsokeeplnirln tho Hat nt 221) Wo-t rnrtleth street, and Ureen used to so around there -lory inornlnc and eery eien Inir. "Tlii') fconmod to be happy." snld Green. jnst like y.iunj; lovers, us happy as could be." ( tui iiitsuvnn and m it At'sr, Oroen and W ildnn went to Unltimnro for ten and Mrs. Wahlou beBan to hate Green a ml in af ly forbude him, tho house, k, v in Hi i to ooma oround to seo him. A Miort tlinif ton th murder Walden and I "".. t" t'S he rlat to Bet Waldfn'B trunk, as In. hud rtVeidod to learoMn. Walden, Hhe throw u pitcher at tlreon. hlttlpB him in tho back. l Hho sat oil tho trunk nnd held a cnnlm: Jcnlfe. nnd threatened to kill nny one ho tried to mototlio trunk." Orouw said. "'Jbe nlcl, btfore tho murder ho spent at my house, 'iho day of tho murder we wont to CJuttcnhur,,'. lie cpt back to our houso first In theeonlnu'. We a I had dinner. together and then went tin talis. The bell runs and I answered Ihu door. Kittle was sUndlnjc there and (.aid Mm wanted to see Jimraie. I said Jlmmlo wiihirt in tliu bouse, and told her not to dare ornssthe threshold or 1 would have her arrested. nii went down to tho footot the steps and I went In the house. After four or fho minutos. Jim. mle went out and Joined her und they walled wny tocethor." i.J,lBn?ft Important witness of fho day was f.!'1' . JJerrlncsr of fil'O East Flcht inurth utrcpt. 10 said ho was 21 years old, and lirfl10 ,iaJ '"Unwed tho races for soven years, .A,i11 "-'senger who collects bets from nSi??on "'? unuA stand and cashes their V$?wr. ,,,(!mi. n ot acquainted with i'froj'y.ahivn In October last, and went with inS? 0u'nburB on Oct, 1U. H beoamon ?.? ft",Ju,nPter "ooretary to Walden. and :!K?3 Nne '.n the flat with him nnd his wife, fnr . fhi bcirom Baitirtioro tho 8aturdny be HM."Puf .6uld Uerrineer. "and Mrs. nut ih', iB0,?1n,.c? W.V"1 oa "'"I Hho wont 7 Oo' inMlKi)tsSlldJdld not como.Uclt untl , ,i0i loql' on Mnnrjny mornlnB. I know, be an i. l!2,itiJfro11 th.n time with Waldeu. Im i r,n tS'bi!ll2,,f VTt f0E !" Mie said she vi.ii,V).rhl,odolPhl' bl't a tcrward. when heenff m SrfiXVPLV'f 0P-ho soldslie md On Tuetaty sight ebe told him the was afc ..A'T'- m-i colnc.outwlth a lady friend, He said, 'No, you ain't. You're coins to tho thcatro with mo.' This was In thelr.bodrcomnndsho was dresslnc. Thar aaarrolled nnd she cnlled him an uclynnrao nnd he struck her, Hho con tinued tn abuse him, nnd ho struck hor several times. Then she went out and stayed .out nil niuht and didn't cct back until lUiliU Wednes day mornlns. Wndtiesday Im started to moq his trunk, but they miulo It up nnd played cards tncether Wednerday ovenlnsr. , On Thursday Mrs. Wnldon told me.whllo ho was in tho bathroom, that snmobody had sent her n present. 'It's michastraitco pres ent.' she said. it's ft rovolver. nnd there, was a card on It that snld. "Use it.'" Homobndy callod for her Thursday nlKbt. and sho started to bo out. They quarrelled ncaln, nud ho struck her mnny time, nnd I steppod In and separated them, and the Jnullor camo in be cause he bnd hcnnl her t-crcamlnir. Hhe said to .11 rainy, 'Hupposeyou wero to full off that ehslr and ncer Ri-t up iiiriilti.' Hn said ho wished to Ood he would. Hlio snld. ' i on look nut or you will.' They both went out and didn't como bnck thnt tilcht. Just beforetho Went out aim sild. ' Where are j on coins I " ' It's none of our hUblnnsH.' Im snld. '"If you (soiiroutid to Thlrtj-olclitli street I swear by my dead slstoi's Kruio that I will kill you,' she said. "'Xhe pel uienlns, when he camo from T" utv OutteliburB. he went A. j nrnuiid to the lint and ll-s, '", hnndedher.r. He had I (( won $4tK) on tho lace'. (Jii b,,S Mie took tho money r-3 ft nd mid. 'lnu'd bet- Ca J ter tnko thnt to your 7A. I Bill In Thlrtl-elBhlh if. Vl htreet.' Hn swore at .fts Jt her and said ho would. . and she rurscd hi in x JT. vs. nnd ho went uwa. S vdysV-v l did not he.irof the (v murder until late In ) tho oMmltii:." ' Law yor Howo nt- omen, nnnirt. lacked Uerrlncer sa- ncoly. but llerrlncer withstnod tho attack tidily well. Like nil tho witnesses, ho f ocmod toloconceallncnBreatde.il. The onljeye witness to tho murder was ro llceOan Qrinin H. Merrltt of tho Tenderloin product, lie was pontine up tho east side of Seventh iiM'tute nnd while he was stilt n c"d distance from Fortieth street hn saw a uinti und a woman stnndiiis lit the iouthoit in"; tier, tow.ud which hn wnsiidMinelnc Jh 'aid they were two nr tluvo feet nturt. und wen; talkltuin such n way that lie nnlj noticed lhenie.isur.lly. 'I I ey weio in the full ulnio of scleral electile l!clit. W lien he was about twenty-llio feet away he saw tlio woman i.use her urm nud saw tho fl thh and heard tin; : le tort, liostarted fnrthetn on the run, hut be fore ho cut there tho tn in hud laid hold of tho woman by both nrms. notln time, huweicr. to pi event her flilncucnlii. , , .. 'Jheufllcer rushed between them, he slid, nnd tore nit tho man's necktie, which was nil lire. "What Is the matter with jou people f be snld. "Thnt Is my huboand. nnd 1 shot him." said tlio woman . .... tmieur William G. Thompson testified that while he was tnklni: tlio woman to the Matlnn house, she said: "1 fahot him bcciusn I wouldn't civo any other woman tho satisfac turn nf limine him.' Serce.mt Charles p. Sheldon tcstillod that at tliu station house she leaned on tho r.illlnc bo'oro the desk and buis.lnti terns, leltinc hoi head fall wearily upon her Lands. Mm said: "He was in tho habit nf be.itinc me. sol shot hlni. X tun sorry I did it. and 1 hnpu ho will not die. I hope tied will fnrclio me. I oucht not tu hnio shot hint, but Mrs. Harris In Thlrti-eishth street." Or. Conway testllled that ono of Wnlden's wounds wis in the neck, about nn Inch lone and thieu-riuurters of nn Inch wide, nnd that the bullet that entored thero hn I killed hlin. Tlio other wound wns in the buck, lust under the left shoulder blade. To-d.iy tho Statu will close, nnd Lawyer lluwo will bccln with the defence. blX JfOATflS I Oil CI.OSlir.lM. It IVn TTIille l.'iiln IIW Indtelmrnt Ibnt tluUce Knnpii Felt Ilciit). SlcBfrled Cronhelm was tried in the fiener.il Sessions Court in Joitoy City jestorday for keoplnc ii disordeily house in Hoboken. He w at tlio pioi rielorof a Mit iety theatre. When tlio Law and Order Loacue made a crusade on tho Hoboken theatres about a jeu'- ui'o he dellod them. Ho wis nrrebtod for koctiin.' his place open on Sunday nnd sellinc lluuor. ntralcned beforo Itetordr McUonoiish. nnd released on bnIL This occuncd scleral times, but ho continued the samo business as If nothinchid hnppenoJ. Final' ho was ar rested on a bench warrant issued by Judjo Hoffman of thefloner.il Sessions Court. The Judco warned him then that If he should bo arrested again ball would not be accepted. Tho Ihoitro was open tho followins t-un-diy nlBlit ns usuil. Cronhelm was urreMoJ and he offered ball, but It was refused. Ho was committed to the countv pill to nw.iit the action of the Orand Juri.iind w.iskepC there KCoinldns. llisla)er cued out a writ of habeas corpus und beeured lili relcabo on SlO.OuO bnii. 'J he case wns brought to the attention ot the Grand Jury repeatedl. but no indktment was found. It was whilo denouncinc the (liand Jury for its failure to llnd nn Indictment ncainst Croiihi'lm that Justlco Knnpii fell doHd on tho bench on Jan. '-0. At a subse quent si-eglon of tho Grand Jury Cronhelm was Indicted. In the mean timo ho had sold his theatie. "At tho trial jesterday Daniel fcreneer, a roi resentntiie of tho liw nnd Older Lensue. testllled that he lsitod tho t lie.it ro one sun day nlelit and saw a woman, attired in skin tlhts and nothinc else, do n song und dauce. 'Jlietlshth werohalf bliinand halt wlnto lio also saw n man onnlrnpere sttip himself nf I'lerythlnc .xcept skin tight and do nn act. Police Captain Hayes and lietectue Gnllairher tebtilleil against the defendant, .liblco William J). l)ilv. his law) er, set up tho defence thnt Ids clb'iit did not habitually iolato the law, and. consequently, his theatre could not be con sidered u disorderly houso in the me.inlncof tho law. The jury took only seven minutes to convict Cronhelm, and as miou as thoieidict ii.ia rendered Judeo J.ipplncott sentence! him to six months in the peuitetitlnr) at hnuko Hill. Cronhelm looked urcstrillen. Ho was elecuntly attired In u fashionable suit of clothes, and diamonds spirklcd on Ills Milrt front and on his llngets. Tho caso will jirob ably bo appealed. jikctoi: SllOllI.lt O.V 31II.IL. tt I Many WltncaurN Tmllly tllitt Tbcy Nctit S tu II Im JJrunk. roucrtKEirsiK, Apill 20. The caso of tho Rev. 3Ir. Bhobcr of tho D.irrytown Episcopal Church was considered nt tho church to-day beforetho Board of inquiry appointed bjlJWiop Totter. Tho Inquliy was primtoand conflnr d strictly to the charges of diunkennoss on tho p.irtof Mr. hhober. which charges wero made tn Uishop I'ottor by Mib. Khobor. About twen ty communicants of tho cliuicli had been sub pumued to testify. Dr. Wllbor of riuo rialn. nn intimate friend of Mr. Shober's. wns tho first witness. It had been charged by Mrs. Shobor Hint her husband was u heavy drinker, that ho had drank n burrel of beer In nn Incredibly short f pace of timo. and nt ono time was found I) log drunk In tho hlchwa. Dr. Wither testllled that during all tho jo.us he had known Mr hhober he had neier wen him under tliu lullui nee of liquor, although he knew he lias niitntempornncomii.n. ,.,.., ,, Miss Moouoy teMllled that sho km w Mr. Shobor well, und hnd neier seen lilin iiitoxl- caieu. nimiii.ii-7io"wii "in ','1,1'l" . witnesses. All this testimony Will hn for warded to Illshon i'ottor. and the IIIbIiop will decide v. bethel Mr. Shobor shall ho reliihtated orimt. The Hoard of Inquiry did not touch upon tlm miiritnl relations between Sir. und Mrs. Miober. hailtie been Instructed not to by Aichdeiic'iin .lesenfuss said. In nn Intr n lew, that Mi. hhobur hint mndu ii statement to the ..iruct that four years ago Mrs. Hhober con fessod to him that she had committed adul tery. -Mr. XlogonfUKS Is nf tho oplnlou that Mr. hhobor will stto for dliorco cm statutory grounds as soon as the charge of drunkenness made acainsthlm is disposed of. Mrs. bhobor and tho children uro now In how lork. .New .lereei Coiisi'Katloiiol Asuoclullon, Thu CouBrccatIou.il Association of New Jcifcy began its annual sosslon yesterday In thollov. Di. John I. bcuddcr's Tabernaclo In Jersey City. Thero wero ropresontatlies present from ubout fifty churches In Now Jorsey. YlrBlnla, rcnnsylvnnla. nnd Maryland. A number of tho delegates are woman. Tho Ih'i. S. L. I.oomls of Newark was oloctod Modeiator. In JK8.'J tho association had twenty-six churchos in New, Jersey nnd twee south of Now Jeisoy. Now there nro illty churches in all. The total membership nine lears ago was &.042. To-day it Is Ji.J.10. IhelarBirt church In tho association Is tho llrst f'huich In Washington with ii member ship of 7iia X(.t eomeslhe Montelalr Church with tilHi. nnd tho Tabornaolo with 070. Tho Convention will close to-doy. No Dutt ror the Jamaica Club House. Tho Jamaica Club of Jamaica. L. L, has bad a fine new club house orectcd on Horrlmau avenue. Tho momborshiplncludos many Pros bytorlnns. Kplscopallans. nnd ltom.iu Catholics. John M. Crane of tho Shoo and Leather Dank lb President of the club. A struggle has lei-u fiolngonln tlio club on the question of keep ns tho house open on Hunday. Htid of having a b n nut lu charge ot tho steward. At a club mooting on Tuesday night a vote was taken. 'I ho majority favored closing tho houso on 1 Hunday, and the Idea of o buffet was rejected. s Toxnsa" MVuiut ab a dbibcxxtjc Tie Kx.Rnperlatcant' Sea Iletpa ta Ealra a. Plekaeeket. i Walter A, Murray, the nineteen-year-old-son of ex-Supcrlntendcnt Murray, recetred a lesson tn pollen business on the night ot liar num's pnradc. lie accompanied Detective rierecant Mulholland of llyrnes's staff, who hnd been detailed to look out for pickpockets on tho lino of tho procession. At l'.lghth av onu nnd Twenty-fifth street young Murray cnllfed Mulholland's nttentlon to two men who were crowding the spectators ot tho proces sion. Tlioy saw the two mon set a womnn be tween them nnd push hor. At thnt moment Murray saw one of tho men put his hand through n hole In his oicrcont pocket nnd steal ajiocketbook from thewom'nn's pocket. Mulholland pounced upon tho man. and Do tecllio Carey arrested his companion, thon Murray searched the oicrcoat pocket of Mul holland's prisoner nnd found tho woman's pockolbook. She had, meanwhile, disappeared In tho crowd. The prisoners envo tholrnamcs ns Itlchnrd Murphy and Charles TU nn. Tlynn woro n now oicrcont. and had, cut n holo through tho lower right-hand pocket to enable him to use his It mil through tho holo-a now device ot pickpockets. , Murphy was tried tn thi General Sessions yesterday beforo ltecorder Hinyth. HeiRount Mulholland testified, and then young Murray told what he had Been In n cleat and Intelll Kent manner. Hosnid Hint ho wns not tn any wnyennneotod with the department, but lled with his father in Madison aionuo aiulwas.a contractor, lie added that thoro was $1.38 in the nncketbook. .... Murphy said that the pockctbook that was found iti his overcoat pocket bolongod to his slbter. Just before ho left his home in llnrlem to see tho pntnde he put nil tho money that ho hnd In the pneketbook a paper dollar and fifty ccntntn slliet. At the eleinted station ho bought two tickets for ten cents, and when liPBOtoutofthotialn nt Twenty-third street he boucht two cigircttes for u penny each, leiliicleg his capital to SLIPX. Mho pockotbn ik meiinwhllo lav strapped wllh n lubber I and on tho prosecutor's tublo 'J hn llistiict Attorney opened thu pockctbook mnl showed Mutphv that It contained u siller dollar and tliirtj -oiRlit cents. Murphy Hushed up and snld that pei Imps the sllier dollar was In tho pneketbook when he put his own money Intuit. Thn juiy piomptlyconiicted Murjihr. and ltecorder .nith romnnded him to nw.iit sentence. 'J he mnvlmum penalty is ten years in tho pmitcntiarv. 3 in: ait am juoajv.vuat icxn. Gen. Porter nnd thn Committee .Ire Push Inc Tilings In Earnest. If woll-dlrcctcd energy will cirrj It through, tho Grant Monument Association ought cer tainly to obtuln the ShKi.000 necessary to complcto the monument by the 27th of this month, whin tho corner Mono is to bo laid. Tho plan foroicry business Interest, und all the labor organizations In New York, to aid iu the great undertaking. Is workiug inimitably, and oiery day sees tho organization o! a dozen new committees to push the work of subset ip tloiis nmong tho different Industries. Already IK) committees h.no been organlrcd. with 2.2C0 committeemen working in their different industries. Ki cry hotel in tho city offers the I'.si) of Itb looms fien to these committees. Meetings halo nlrtady been held which liioueht together represent.itiio men In tho dim rant industries and professions. At the meellncof the architects, for example, it was decided to appoint a committee of forti to fiiunB the 4ift) New Ymk nrchiteits. Kiery ono nt tho ootiiiuitiou was mado responsible for nil o othois In his profession, from whom he is expected tu ibtalu us large subscriptions a pntsible. Mill morn committees were nprnlnted yes terday. Thenwnlng nnd sail makers met at the AbtorHouseaiid appointed two lirgucom inlttcis. The bank omploees met nt tin rilth Avenue Hot 1 in thnalternoon and elect en P. ('. Klder of tho (lallatln .National Uank Chalimnn. Afttr listening to ,m nddross by Gen. Porter the meeting decided that lllteeu committees Miould bo unpointed to obtain suLscription. and tho necessary Chniimon weio elected Tko sculptois and nrti-tsof Ivciv Yor1; also met at time lino hotel and se Iccto I n committee. It was thn sense of tho melting that em h artist should contribute n painting or piece of sculpture to be exhibited, nnd afterwaid sold to aid the fund. At the A to:- Houte the confectioners appointed a committee, nnd seiernl accident insurance nioi mot In the Chamber of Commerce In thn afternoon qud selected a eommittoo bended by K. M. Johnson of tho Traiolers' Accident Insurance ('on-puny. Atiii-pecial meeting of the I ire Underwriters acomtuitteoof sixteen was appointed to co opernto with the Grant Monument Association. Hoi oral committees woro unpointed csterdny to rain) funds iiinouc the 1 ediirul einplonuH. They represent the Internal Itovenue. United Mates NuN.il Olllce. Uopnlrs of Public liuild Ings, Weather Dureau, and lluteuu of Immigration. alrr n,r. AMt iiiey o'. la (he Mllhollnnil Jtow Oter, or Has It Just Tlesmi I The moettng of tho Iiopubllcan County Com mltteo to-night was precede-. 1, as usual, by a meetlug of tho County KxocutiioCommitleo sestorday aCtcrnoon. Nearly nil of tho boss ma"hlnlsts woro on hand, nnd the rcportors wero Informed when tho doors wero opened that no biiblnesshad been transacted. A mlnuto after this statement had I cen mado ono or the mnchlnists gut tho renorlcr of Tiik Sun oicr In a cornor und told him that tho committee had voted to smother tho Into row in tho Eloienth district between tho Mllholland nnd Dliss tactions by making no report concerning It to the County Commlttoo. At tho laJt meetlug of tho contrnl organization tho trouble was leferrcd to tho Kxecutiie membors with power, and nil tho loien of n good rolitical wranglo hnio unxioutly awaited the expected Iniestigntion. 1'or somo reason that has not yet appeared, the Kxecuttvo Com tnltteo simpli ignored tho wholo matter, and made no attempt to adjust the quarrel, except the perfunotoiy ineetiiig It held when an at tempt to endorse tliu liliss faction fnllcd. William Jlrookllchl. the President of tho County Committee, was asked ubout it. "Wo nro going to make n report lo tho County Committee." he snld. "'iho row was put Into our hands for adjustment. Wo saw no reason for taking nny action In the mntter. hi c tiie the district settled the dllllculty itolf. We shall repott this without comments." IVIIIinm II. Dclla'rij. therecrotary of Imtli tlm i:ecutle ind County enmniitteus. said: "Wo shall not mnkiv.ii leport about the lileieutli district unless somo mumhor of the County Comiullleu lequcbtH It. In such a en so wo shall situplv report Hint thsdistilct hassettlud Its own fight and that tho l'.xecu live Committee bees no occasion for intorfor enee." A natural oxplaratlon of thin diversity of statement isthal, whilo u minority of the com mittee loted In f.nor of smothering tho wholo thill", thu minority have rei-olied upui insi-t-Ing that n lei nit Lo made to (he County Com mittee to-night. Uy an Inndieitunco it was nnnouueed In )PMcidii Hhl'.x that the Mlmif npolls dcle gitti h from the hlxth ConcreKK Dlf trlet. H. O. Armour nud John V- Mllhollntid. wero In structed for Harrison. The delegates go un-liiBtrutlod. The Honth Ynnfcera Hemloilri. One hundred prlosts of the New York arch diocese mot In tha cathedral school hall yos torday to hear reports on tlio progress of the wotk of building thn now Catholio seminary ntl-'outh Vutikeis. Archbishop Corrlgan pto sided. Ho tnld that sflfJO.OOO had been ro qclicd. Of this H)0()t) camo through the Archbishop and Included his personal sub scription. The subscriptions of nrlnsts nnd the assessments of parishes nmounted to sSMl'H! . T1.'e cost of trip sito of the Boralnnry. MK),00(), hail been paid. Ono story of Iho struttuio has Len completed and paid for. J..!!..,n,!nl,,lmfn,nt PPOiuled thus far wns Sl.IO.lJOt). leailng n balaneo of 'J0.1XH). To to!,.,!'.,S!V tllu building, the Archbishop said, SduiiOUO more will, be necessary. Ily Noiem bertliH hulldlng will haio been roofed, and a year from that time tho Archbishop expects tt wljll'f ii'i'ly forocciipnncy. Tho Archbishop P!,.!r.V.inr"lu I'rospect of raising tho necessary W00.0UO was eiy bright. Ilnttle Adams TealllylnB; In Siaratoia, Justlco Ijichman yosterday morning post poned until April k'8 tho two suits brought by I'. A. II. Jackson against Hattle Adams to eloct her from the houses at Ul and m Fast Twentv-teienth street, which Dr. Pnrkhurst visited. W linn tbi)sU eases wore called J.awjor Hlrsehllfhl, for Mrs. Adams, told tho'Justico that his client hud gono to hurutoga on a sub-pu-ns. .Ilnttle Adams nud Albert Hpoucer wero both summoned torlaratogu to testify be fore the Grand Jury In thn charges of black mall brought against ex-Police Commission ers Uallor and Knapp. A Majority for the Clearlas House. The members ot the Now York Stock Ex chance voted yesterday to adopt a clenrlnc houso system for tho transaction of business. Only 2U votes wore polled against tho propo sition. Thesnwero cast on the ground that tlio 0 ou. mors of Iho Kxchnngo already hnio too much pnwor. Tho UoTrnors will now dis cuss tho plan undor which tho system will operate. Jtls trobabU that the plan abroad ducutstxl br them will be adopted. ' m You should use (gifelantfspl because it contains MO Alum, NO Ammonia, NO Adulteration. Its true composition is printed on the label ; fact which should be appreciated in every household. SALE Of JAVASKSB BHOItn OVAIWS. nidillng Vina Lively and the Whole t'otlec lloa JTJronaUt BS,140. Vosterdav's session of tho Amorlean Art .Association's Ealo was dootcd to Japanese Word guards, of which thoro woro 24U speci mens In tho collcctltm. Theywereorsover.it mctnls. Including cold, nnd nil showed handi work of nhlgh order. Tho bidding was lively and prices wero fair. Dr. Heniamin. Dr. lllso low. Mr. Kaldenburg. AV. COastler. und Ilor mnn Schntts wore tho principal buyers. Tho collection hi ought $'.'.140. Tlio highest prlco wai $lf).r. which Mr. Bchnus paid for the pIsco hero shown. It was of solid 60-ld, and tho jSSv. decoration s h o w o d ' fS&iZX. tho Empress Jingo, tho s. -"Aa conqueror of Cores, In fiy rf(A the second contury. Tho .jsH (If 1 1 lifM background was nana- lr -Jsrwl fco' 8omo0' tho plecos I V--isJfd Drou':',t n3 l0,v, ns W; FZEfoy but fow sold for less "-S-i-sS thon $tk Mr. Richards cols mrowi ccinp. paid $10 for nn Iron pleco with tho royal tont and blossoms tn sliiorand gold lncrus- i s tatlon. Dr. Uenjainln j inidSltl forthe squaro (l copper broil!"!' piece by a V-HI Mahln-ni-s.iru.hereplc- PrtU lured, showing a mon- if ixLS key upnn a plno tree. a Suit and ' .Mr. Knldenburg aJJ fArK bought ,i caned lrou tP ' Piece rcpresi'titlng a hoy on n lock with a V basket of llsh for sis. ' Tho silver pleco In xitm xisincuwnKDCiiiin the cut brought $.11. It wns the work of a cole- hnited chasor of tho .f'vv lust century. Iivnmoto- aV- f"'.i Konkunn It went to 3' -i 1 ..W 'Ir. Onstler. Mr. Vun lr- ' ftr-M Nnrden paid S'.'l! for nn- li") "i") other sllier piece with U 'W '',v " chased design of a A' 3ijf cherrytieeiiiiilnphens- sf -TfJiii? ant. A benutirul red- s'i?, bronze sword guird by iinmnnin uinn Mnssaliaiu. slmwinga snake, wint to Mr. Oistler foi $''l. llnulso bought a sllier and jellow lironza pioco by the sniro f.inioiis maker for 'SJ. K. 11 Mooro paid $17 for n sllier and Iron pleeooflliepiefonlcon- - tury. and Mr. Oastlor p ml $11) for u Jol pleco . In bron7ii with bsanti- ZiP ful chasing and cirv- l c'is, lng. Tho light jjr.iy O'll'Cv&J shlbukhl bionroltitho LVLw W3 cut went to Herman IVirfi vy-W Schniis. nfter n slurp Wis5fSMsJ contest. for$27. It was WWAV1 by Ulokutluken Nobu- NsAv katsu. and was inlaid with gold and silier. ",!0't" "onD clA'' lu. Jllgelow paid $111 for a beautiful sword guard, the base of which wns ot bh.tkudoatid the feiithois In gold and enamel. This afternoon knife hnndlus. sword orna ments, una objects In gold and bilier will bo told. falsi: vost omen iietubxs. raetmaeter O'Kelly or ItaTld'n letand Ar reeted lor Alteard Crookedneen. Tost OITlco Inspector Goorgo W. Ilcavor ar rested Pattick J. O'Kelly, Postmaster nnd storekeeper at David's Island. Westchester county, jesterday. on tho charge of falsifying his quntterly returns. Inspectors Hea vers and Morris of Chiof James's stall maJo an examination, nnd they say that they found tint Postmaster O'Kelly had. In ono month, credited himself with $lCS5rt worth of cancelled stamps Instead of $K0. 10. They also lenrncd. they said, thnt O'Kolly had been In tho lnbit of buying mer chandise at tho army stores, paying for thorn in postigo stamps, .md then squaring his ac counts with the (loie-ninnnt lymMinsot i.m cclhitloiis. Tlio learned that this had been going ou since Juh 1, 1M80. Postmaster O'helly was taken beforo United Ptntes Commissioner shields and held in $1,000 ball, which was furnished by William l.ynin-i. (i Kelly said that ho was ignorant ot nnjthinc 'iiIno in conneetlon with his retuinn. He said that lin einplmeil n clork who at tended iiio-th' to tho Post Ofllco business in theetoie. and that ho made out tho lolurns. Tho Pi'stinaster signed thorn nnd sent them In without Inspection, hlncothcn he hnd oc casion tn arrest his i lork for dishonesty. O K-l!r was one of the princlpil witnesses for tho defendant lu tho Major 'Jhrockmorton court I'lnrtiaUnse. ri'ACKAMKy .v i.osa islam. 'I hry ninxv Clprn n l-nl" and Gel BI0O nnd e4,'tOO In (JoTtnimrnt llonds, A gang of cir.cksmen. who haio been work ing tho villages nn the east enduf Long Isl and, got Into Hildroth .t Hand's stoio in Brldgolininplon on Tucsdny nlglit nnd blew open the safe. Tho got $IOd belonging to tho Post unico. whleli is in tho samo store, nnd Ooiernment bunds nf l.:i(K) belonging to tho ltriduehiinpton l'resbjd rlnn Chinch 'I hey loft bi'lilnd a quantit) ol pinider. a broken drill, and a chisel. Un bundled dollars was found Is Ii g. lieall) fold. d. .in top of thn safe. tilldersleivu Jliotlierr. h ifo at Mattltilik was Idonn open on piil j. and soier.il days later n safe ill U. . icriya storo in Orient was blown open. t'ottccc IMIIors mill Alliletee Get High lliinnr'. Hanoikv. N. II.. Apt II "0. Tho commence ment appointments hnio just been mndo ot Dartmouth. Of the twelve, speakers W. 0. (Houghton, tho inledlctorliin.is editor-ln-chlof of tho l)ail,oulli. l'-C. Potter, the salutnrlun, Is tho let all-round tithleto in tho college, and has won mnni honors In snorts and holds the Now Kuchind iiilcicolleginte record In the poln mult und tho running broad jump. Ho nlsois a prominent woiknr In tho Y. M. C. A. of Hanoi or, 1'. P. Hall is a Una sprinter. (IIo wus captain of tho football team last fall und is now manager of tho nthlctlo nbsocta tlon. .1. J. llolllns. thn manager of tho baso bill club: 1- 11. tlould. tlio football mnnnger and tiouMirorof the lei-turoiisspelntlon: C. 11. Notes nud . W'. l)ot., assistant librarians of tho college during their course, nnd A. I), (hillnger. ex-mamiclng odltor of the Hart mourn, und Mm of iho other editors, huie n received .ippnlnluii nts. tlaliugor and Hall have I eun si lected ns iirlfoHiieakfrR. It Is nleoposhlblo that M.Mjurtllff. tho captain of tho baseball club. audi. u. rolsom. tacklo of tho football eleven, will recoil o commence ment appointments later In tho term. A Melliodlst Church Ittruiies loAecept the MlnUter Altfii"t '' tbt (-'inference. Kinosiov, April 20,-Tho mombors of tho Methodist church lu l'lumilcla, in tho heart of thu Cutbkllls, totusii to accept tho minister sont there by tho Now York Conference, tlio Ilov. Pratt Noblo Chase. Mr. Cliaso has, fortho past two years, preached In riicunloin. nnd do sired to romnin thero another oar. Thrji-o opposed to him protested to Proslding Lldor Coons ognlnst his reappointment, and asked that another minister jui sent. Pastor Cliaso then circulated a petition, which was signed by ft number or persons, asking for his ap pointment for another, joar. ills opponents say they will not allow him to preach or con duct any lellBlous scnloes. Iho church doors liavo hi eu closed, and thoy asset t that not until nnother miuhter is sent nill thoy bo opened again. Hwepl From n Quarry Iedse by a Wave. Banoob, April 20.-SIX men woro at work to day In the Forest State Quarry in Mon son. Pis cataquis county, upon a shelving projection on tho couth wall. At Iho bottom of tho quarry Is ndcoplakoof water. About II o'clock In the ufternoonmi ovei hanging mass oroarthand rtonp on thu north side of tho nit gave way aiKlslld into thu pond, causing a big win o. It swept the six workmen from tho sholvlng rock on tho opposite side- Four of them managed to oBcnpr. but two of them wore burled in the debris, and their bodies cannot, be recovered for several day. Li Wedding Stationery Demands upon our Ktn iloiicry Ilcpnrtincnt nt this senson nnd until the cud or Jiiue nic so uunicrous thnt we recommend the timely plncing of orders for Vc tiding Invitntlons, &c., nllowiuK for their comple tiou ns much time ns pos sible. TIFFANY Si CO., UNION SQUARE, - - NEW YORK. SA VS SAXDS Tltll.n TO ULA CK.VAIL 11I3L Obstbanm lltnuelrihe Only Witness Acalaet the Pollccmaa. Two weoks ago Isldoro Obstbaum of 205 Henry street told Major Dullard of tho Health Department that Policeman Charles. D. Sands ot tho tonemont houso squad had tried to blackmail him. Major Bullnrd sent the case to tho Polico Hoard. It was trlod yestorday be foro Commissioner McClavc. Mr. Obstbaum testllled that he ownod sey ctal tenements in Henry. Madison, and Itiv ington streets, and that froquont complaints had been mado to tho Health Department that tho buildings woro out ot repair. It was Sands's duty to Inspect the houso atl321tlv ington street, and on March 22 ha reported that tho roof was out of order and that tho ceilings ncedod ropairs. Mr. Obstbaum re- A..I...1 nnltrl.inllnn fmm 41. TTanlfl. Unnn. mentnnd sent men to do tho work. Bnnds cnlhdonhim a few days later, ho says, and told him that If ho handed over $50 fowor complaints irould bo mndo, and he might as well glio up that sum in a lump as fritter awuy twice the amount to bulldors. .Sands di nled tho charge, and broughtuealth Inspector Jnmes Ifrynn to prove thnt on Aug. 27. itiSH. Obstbaum hud mndea similar cliargo against him aud hnd afterward withdrawn it CummtsRlotiur MeClavo asked Obstbaum why ho had dropped the caso agalnstHryan. "Well," answered tho complainant "I spoke to many of my friends who own real estate about t tin mutter, and they laughed and said I was wasting time. They told ino I should got just thn satisfaction that I sea lam going to git to-day." Mr. Obstbaum had no witnesses nnd Commis sioner McClaio closed tho ease, easing that ths full Hoard would docidu It lie Curtd I'eople, but Not Iaallr. VInconzo Libertlno of 153 Baxter street pleaded guilty ycstcrdiy in the General Sessions of practising medicine illecallr. His counsel said that although he had not com piled with tho law he was undoubtedly a com petent doctor. Howoi or. lie Is not a graduate In medicine. Tho complainant in the caso, ho sild, had tried nearly every doctor in tho Italian colony nnd they had failed to cure htm; whereas Llbcrtiuo had cured him within a week. "May I ask it you have nny communication witli tho infernal regions. Libertlno." asked Judso Cowing, "that onables you without medical knowledge to accomplish cures?" "Well." replied Libertlno. pompously. "I haio supernatural powers and can do some thing-, thnt people say are phenomenal." This Was a lilllotoo much for Counsel Tiir rlngloti. for tho County Medical hociety, who conducted tlio prosecution ugnliist Libertlno. " 'i his mnii. ynnr Honor, is nu arrogant qunek I ' ho evclalmed. Jinlgo ''owing lined Liberllno$100 nnd told him that if ho was caught pnn'tlslng medicine lllegilly ngaln hn would Imprison him. Lib ertlno paid tlio lino and was discharged. xiaiiim: iK7i.u.iai:cn mMiTrRr aikamc Tnif rur. Sunrliei ... Ii 121 Run icti ... I) 4rt Moon rlien. 2 3S mrii hatfii Till HIT. Fatelj Hoot. r.L'Jfior I:i I. 2 CMl Hell (lte.. Ill i ArrlTrd-llnMimr. April 2tt sMnJ-lUle farhPlI Omniums a. svtiiln IaiiiIi OniMi-ii.a s-hlliirmn Pull. UbMi'" s m r.iiicraB. I ohi c, 1 m i rpocl. t-t- JlreinerliMli n Jlnl Auitvritiim. , M ll arkliiiiil rirmit Aniucrp. Mi ibUritii rinni I. nut' ii Sn I nil in vidian h Murium. Iondoa. S lni.011. 1 ot.W Monti ),o Hny SuTilinirm lliomn-n. i.ilimlUr. s limn u l.ni", 111) en iillirnitsr, Sh litillei;ii, Irrili ilraL'n. llniitim. Si. lrniiiioiii JleuM. Oliarlentoii Imi c r.itaiiil. J' Irles, Auutentnm. M.),iiuiuit J.ripincr, Jluiin Kunif. II ci Uici arrii ' "t ) nit I'J. jirmvi'P u7t. 1-8 lene7nea from N en lork. nt Curncos, sn I ticiiian, rrnin Sew York, at Havana M I In ante rrnin New Vork, at ItloJanelro. tsUiuili Kuia, Iroui .New I oik, at ItloJanelro, fiiLip rpou riiRKiui roars. S Itaicl. from Southampton ror .New York. hitWrrra from llenoa tor New lork hn i araea. fmin t'urae.ia for New ork iiubroat., froin Jlmb iloeafnrNew lork. S Amain, Iroui llaiubuu for .New York. kinip rroN pojEKTio roari. St U. r. Plmock, Iroui Hosteu for New York. CCTCOINO STI'lHIIIiri. .Sdtt lo-iw, it ill' He. riutUSull, Norraannla. llamtiure U " . M. 12 uo l. InniUad Meriuuili . . 1 00 A.M. UOUl' VI. Man. of .Nebraska. Olagow. . . .. 0P M. Hantlaiio aail . . J 00 P. M. aOOI'M, California, Huaitiurif 1J.0OM. Oetei nrejtown 2G0IM. f.oor.M. raaunliooriiee. Saiannnn uoop.;, Irnijuoia Cliarlcaiou . .".'vJ.-;!- btateofTea, leiuanillni . . JlOOP. i. mrosiio titmsuiri. Jtut TvUti. Weier nreuien April G Ohmpia Illirallar ...April a rnlon. colon , April 13 Trar , lirenjen April 11 Beuwnne clitirultar , April 7 JVt. fti l.iv. ;"il 32. Werkendam. Itotientain April 0 Italy Liierpoot April I) lvt Niliinfiv. .l'itt 23 IaTotiralne Iiaire Afrit IS I'nluiuiili .... Ilai.ilniu . . April 15 City of) lilcaco Imriuxil . . .Apilin iMiolllali Prince. ... Ulliraltar April 'j Cut .su.ljv, Ji"(l S4, Anranla ...t.lrerpiol ..... April IS Alanla. Mierpool ,,. April 111 liarmttadt Ilrtpen , Apnlia llluilvuttau Ullirallar April I) ttut ifclij,, .till J?I. Etna Uremen ,,. April 10 DeToma. ulaivow April 14 (teller! lluiulMim,. , April IS rtly ot Wiuhlnftoa , , Havana April 21 lilriulnla , (litiriiliar April 11 lleipena ibliraiinr.i April It iiiiuuinlti .... ,ltlu Janvlru .. . April 6 Ih., TtM.li), iytll 20. Rtiyntanit Antwerp April It State of California UUikow April 15 Uaracae Latuarra. April 20 BrrpUao Konardi Loudou ,,. April It Vruivca Bermuda. ;iii,,AprUi I 1- w I Stiw grttttf. AkaotntalT eorreet trlea la irealteaaeii'a tats Hew cnlora. Si 00 lietbf. eSewblre 14. atcOANN. 310 llowery, near Bprlnf it. . Keep'a Urea. Shlrta, to meaesre. S for 0.oa Kone better M an) triee. hbtiandsil Rroadwar. ivr,An.ni3nip. AnCKtr-rOIIH I TIIE.-On Wednreday. April 20, at St. Andrew'a Clitrcli. baMhe Rt. 1)i. (leorte It Van De Water, Jemlyn Irene, daughter nf Mr. and lri Jamet Forothe. and Ittnry Fraier Abeek nAm.-or.Ill.-Al Newark, N. J , April IP. by the Iter. P. Hunter, It . frank U trl to Mlu l.lllle ilelb PAICMONH-I.YUN.-At Olsefo .V, V, on April 20. at Ctilit Church b the Iter P. N Meade, Laura, daughter of Jamei Lion, to Hdwln Panoa. tblnl, of ew York. rOtllt-lS'lON.-On Tueadav. April IP. at the Church ot tbe Incarnation, by the nev. Pr Arthur llrooki. Anus Louliie, daughter of Mra. Alfred II. atton, to Charlea Lane Poor. 8MITII-COH.NWAI.U-ln Sew Haven, Conn, April IB. ISO:, at the reildence ot the bride a pareott, by the Her K. O. Linen, Little A. Cornwall to Edwin A. Smith, both of tlili city. SIBDi ANDKRSON.-0n April It), at 221 Welt 21it it,, Hubert Lelgbton Andertnn. aged 17 yeara. llelatlieaand friends of the fatn'ly nre rtrpeotfnlly Inrlted to attent Ms funeral lervtcei at tbe Church of the Hoty Communion, tltb. sr. and 20th at., on Thursday, at 10 A.M. Interment at Maple drove Ccmeterj . !.. I European papora pleiae copy. ltJM.'Kr.R.-Oti Tuei.lar, April HI. 1802, Loulee, daufhteror Roplitaand Jacob Pecker. Funeral on Tlinriday, at 1 P. M., from reildence ot her parents. 51J Kant lnth it, miMCllMAN.-On Monday afternoon. April 18, 1S02 afte a severe lllneia, Catharine Dutchman. Idow of Albert Boie'unan, In the 64th year of her age. at her retldetioe. Burt av.. Coney litand. Frlendi and relatlieaars reepecttully imlted to at tend tbe funeral from the aboie residence on Tliundi), atl'30 P.M. Interment at Oreenwood. Take 1 o'clock train from Union Depot, 30th tt and Dtli av , Drooklyn. CAIIII.I..-On Monday. April 18, at Bridgeport, Conn , Michael Cabtll, aged 75 j ears. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, CTA tsorth ar on Thursday forenoon at 8 SO o'clock, and from bt. Augustine Church at I) o'clock. CAHEY.-On April 19, 1802. at Springfield, Men, Mary Casey. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, 73 Shsron St.. on Thursday forenoon at 8 o'clock. CnANnRUC.-On Tuesday, April 19. suddenly, J. II. Chandruc, In the 24th year of Ms age. Funeral services will be held at St Leo's Church, 28th at., near Stb ar , at 10 A. M , Irlday, April 22 CI.AlCK.-On Wednesday, April 20, at hprtngfleld. Mass, Carrie . daughter ot Alonto and Mary Clark, aged 22 years Friends are Imlted to attend tbe funeral from her late residence, on Friday afternoon. COUHTKII.-On April 19. at Hilton. X. J., Mrs. Margaret Courier, wife of Henry Ulrica, aged HS j ears 6 montba and 21 days. Frienda are Invited to attend fie funeral from her late residence, Hilton, N. J , on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Clinton Cemetery. Ding bauiton. X. Y., papers please copy. IIAJLET.-On April 18. at his late residence, 381 8d av., Jamea B. Daley, beloved son of Bridget and the late Peter Daley, In bis 33d j ear. funeral from above addren to-day at 2 o'clock. In terment In Holy Cross Cemetery. DAUBT.-On Wednesday, April 20. at Hartford, Conn , Ella, daughter of TLeo. and Sarah E. Darby, aged 11 years and 0 months. ELLIN. On Tuesday, April 19, at Bridgeport, Conn.. Marlba Ellin, aged 52 years Friends are Invited to attend tbe funeral from her late residence, C2 Helen St., on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. JEKJDMAN.N.-On April 18, to Newark, it. ., John Erdmann, aged 49 yeara Friends are imlted to attend the funeral from his late residence, IS Wallace place, on Thursday after noon at 2 o clock. PI.ANNIOAN.-On April 19. at Jersey City, N. J , John J. Flanlgan, aged 72 yean 5 months and 3 days. Notice of funeral hereafter. FJKEEMAN.-On Wednesday, April 20, at Norfolk. Conn.. Earah Freeman, daughter o: Mr. F. and AUce Freeman, aged 1 year. Friends ere Invited to attend tbe funeral front the residence ot the parents on Thursday afternoon al 3 o'clock. FREEMAN. On Wednesday, April 20, at Norfolk, Conn , Alice Freeman, aged 35 yeara Friends are Imlted to attend the funeral from her late residence on Thursday aftcrnooa at 2 o'olock. rALLDN.-Os Wednesday. April 20. at Hartford, Conn-, Ann Fallon, aged 92 years Friends are imlted to attend the funeral from her late residence. South Prospect at , on Tbursdaj forenoon at 9 o'clock, and from St. Patrick's Church at 9 SO o clock, OAOEB.-On April 19. 1892, at Newark, Boss A. Oager, aged 62 eara Frlendi are Invited to attend tha funeral from her late residence, 180 Orchard it. e9IB4ON.-0n April 18, at Jeney City, N. J, Anna Adeie Gibson aged 10 years 7 montba and 11 dayi. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from tbe residence Oher parents. 80 Belmont av, ouThnra day evening at 8 o'clock. GRKATIIEH.-On Monda, April 18. at Bridgeport, Conn , Emma A , daughter of Arnold and Elisabeth Greather, aged 23 years and 3 months. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the residence of tbe parents. SCO Central St.. on Thurs day afternoon, at 2 80 o'clock. 43KKENBAU M.-On Wednesday, April 20, at Hart ford, Conn . Leopold Oreenbaum. Notice of funeral hereafter. IIAIII1F.UI.IN.-At the residence of her son In law, Joseph E. Pbelan 00 South 3d St, Brooklyn, Ann. widow of'John and mother of the late John J. Habberllnof New York. In her 84th year. Funoralfrom 81a Peter and Paul a Cnurcb, Wytha ar. and Fouth d st . to day at 10 A. M. IIANCOX.-On ll i ilnesdar. April 20, Capt. Clement M Haueoz, brother of Commodore J. W. Hancoz. in the 83J year of Ills age, funeral kuui j.vin jiruauway, oruoaiyn. on eaiur- day, 23d Inst, at 11 A. M. niClta-On April 10, 1892, at Jersey City, N. J Ed ward J. Ulcks, aged 48 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. n YJOE.-On Tuesday, April 10, 1882. at Bridgeport. Conn., Mable Hyde, aged 92 years Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence, (M silvan av, on Thursday fore noonatll QOo'clock. JENISINCJH.-On April 20, 1802. at Newark, H.J, Sarah larren Jennings, aged 34 years. Frleuds are Invited to attend tbe funeral from her late residence, 318 Halsey st, on Friday forenoon at '10 SO o'clock. XAIIN, On Tuesday. April 18, Leon Kabn, Inhls 78th j ear. Eelatlvei and frlendi are invited to attend tbe fu nerat from till late residence, 24 East 75th it, to day al 0 A. M. Kindly omit lowers. KKI.tiKY.-On Monday. April 18, at New Haven Coun., Andrew U. Kelsey, aired 4J j ears. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, 10 llotchklss st., on Tbursday fore nor n at 9 o'clock. Interment at Clinton, Conn. KEKU IN, On April 10, Honorau Kerwlu, aged 68 years, formerly of New Orleins La. Fiinenlonlridayatjp. M., from her late residence, 28i) last Warren at, Brooklyn. New Orleans and Philadelphia papers please copy. KOIIKN'KK.-On April 19, 1H')3. at New York Theodore Koerner, FriDiidi "re invited 14 attend the funeral from bis late reildence, 2311 East 77th st, on Thursday after noon at 2 o'clock. JUk.E.-0n Wednesday. April 20. at Hartford. Conn., ParahA.M Lane aged 73 years and 10 months, Friends no Invltid to attend the runeral from her late residence, 820 Asylum av., on Friday afternoon at'.' .u) u clonk. jLXWI-.-tm April 10, 1802. at Jersey City, N. J, joiiu j, i ex is, auea ai years and 8 months Friends sro United to attend tbe funeral from his late reillJuce.230 Bergen av on Tbursdkr morn ing at l o'clock, and from bt Patrick's Church at 9 30 o'clot k I.i:WIM.-ii Tuesday, April 10, 1802. Blchard N. Lowls Itinera! service at bis late residence, 2ni West 130th st , on Tbursdaj, April 21, at 10 A. U. Please omit llowcrs MAl'OICEriOR.-On Tuesday, April 18. at North tUamrord, John Macgregor, agedeiOjears Notice or tunrral here after, SI AMIKVI 1.1.,-dii April 18, 18 12, at r.oonton. N. J, Jane Mandevll , aged 81 ears Friends nro InUted to attend the funeral from Pomp un I'.u ns. N, J, in )rlds Ion-noon, an I from Pouipton Plains IWonacil n.urt'i nt 11 o'clock. JMASTEK-O.V.-lm April IP, al 107 .North tub it, Brooklyn, Tboinai llasterson, agrd 72 years Services at St Vincent de Paul Church. Itorth Ota it., on rrlday morning at 10 o'clock. M II.L,EK.-Suddenly, on April 20. Ann U Miller, rellrt of Capt. James F. Miller, In the "Ulhjeirof her ags Funeral services from ths residence ol ber daughter, Mrs Edward A Boyd, 181) rireene ar., Brooklyn laturday afternoon April 23, at 2 o'clock, MVNHON,-On Tuesday, April 19, at Fair Haven, Conn , Capt, Abljah M. Munson, aged bO years and 7 months. Friends ara Invited to attend the funeral from the reildeace of his son to law, U, It, Smith, oa Thursday 1 atterooon at 8 o'clock, , rfiVThe t I III :1 Ladies' j$f :. Home is l;i j Journal S j Bif gives no 5 ill- 5; 5 ill m ' i ti Premiums a. , IS i iif - to subscribers, and 8 Vt JS Is never sold at less 5T h 'Ln, I 'r than ten cents a copy, X . i vim ' & or ono dollar a year. jf Kgj t't Any one offering sub- gr fmull tt scrlptlons at less than SZ j e , ' Kf one dollar, or a pre- i ,j' tjj mlum, or free gift of ST -I mtf $ lf any sort, or single , j jj - copies at less than ten Sr I " I:'. v cents, may be looked T 4 1 ; i, upon with suspicion, gr ',, '.Ik'L Over t I ;$ 700,000 5 jt 4-st copies sold , g$. & riV : t each Issue g m ' H The Curtis Z U '1 ft j v. Publtehlng f 4 ,i- Company gt ;j t Philadelphia f ' ,1. ii tt mmmmmmnn iw McL'AMI,T,-0n ths 19th in.t.. William E. Ho- -j tlr5 " Camly. aged 41 years and G months. Jj - M l Interment this day at Tort Jervle.N.T. f'y'l' I McCARTIIV.-On Wednesday, April 20. al nart- I'jlt If 5 JjJ ford, Conn . of icarlet fever. Warner M, ion ot Mr. ffi), a , and Mrs. McCarthy of 84 Avon st. aged 8 yean. Km lift Funeral private. f T JdcIJONNEI.U-On April 18. 1B02, at Jersey City. t t 1 ' N.J. Arthur P. McDonnell, aged 31 years. j J'-J t Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from bis 1 - i late resldcnoe. 275 Newark av., on Thursday after- j! , : f j 1 noon ut 2 o'clock. ' 'X 'a ! . McOOVEBN.-On Tuesday. April IB. at Brooklya, fvlV'iflll ' N. Y, Mary Clarke, wife of James Mcdovern, Med "fll'Sii'' ' : 32reara. . J Wcll ' Funeral Thursday afternoon at 3 o'olock. ji ilM), OKCVTT.-On Wednesday, April 20, at North Haven, 3 Mi ' ionn , Solomon A. orcutt. aged 85 yeara and I W j ' montba Notice of funeral hereafter. IL f f OSOOOD.-Ou Tuesday. April 18. at Bridgeport. '"- "$ ' I Conn. Mary Osgood, aged 88 years. $!&r1l Foneral private. Jj ' S3, PAOE.-0n Anrll 18. Little Van Deventer, wife of 3 W I i Beaver 1'age and daughter of tbe late Hinrr U. i''i ' S I . Van Deventer. iji : 4 t J Funeral sen ices will be held at the residence of her ' t I . brother. COM eat 53d st, on Thursday morning. April Ml '''1 ' 21. at 30 o clock. Interment private at Bound i Si i ,ji 1 Brook Cemetery, New Jersej. ,-jt) ' f, , ii l rAI,MEKso..-On Wednesday, April 20,atHart- ' j'-f Blj lord. Conn . Stella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Tal- ' I-: 'H? merton.3f .North Front at,, aged 2 years. fr Wipl t Funeral prii ate 1, 1 V fc ljjv f PARTmoor,-At his late residence. 128 Bsdtora 1:: nv.I'atrlck I'artrldge, In the B8th year ot his age, KiiafeiS t natiTeoftbeconntyWestmealh.pari.hofPathroaa, 5 iftJ1' I Ireland. ( ifiSR i Funeral from his late residence. 128 Bedford av., am -I !&$ ! Friday. April 22, at 2 P. M. Relatives and friend re. B cHSi ? spectfuily Invited to attend. . Kfaf j PJTKirJEK.-On April 18. at Newark, N. J, Anna M. . liVM ! Welfer. aged 27 yeara 1 month and 11 days. ,f 9k'Xi j Frienda are Invited to attend tbe funeral from har g IsPIl" ' late residence. 101 Magatlne sh, on Thursday tota- 1' -WiUSf i noon at 8 o'clock, and from Bt. Benedlek'a Church riltfttflJil ate A M. $ UPiMl PO WK.-On AprU 18. 1892, at narriion, N. J, Ellsa- c Jjj $&& M beth Fowe. $ TtiMrU Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her ' SH 1 late residence. 326 Jersey st . Harrison, N. J, oa lfsvf?l M Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. , (('''w BIHINIJ. Onlueaday, April lo. In her (!lh year. 'f , S tPl H Eunlco Bobbins, wifo of Dr. J. Converse Rising, ant M i n'Sj J fl daughter of tbe late Ednard Stevens, Esq. i ' ,f'ih' 1 II Tunerat services nt the residence. 2S East 4flth at, oa UM 'il i j'l Thursday. April 21, at 12 o'clock. Interment U 3! K'cilai New Marlboro. Mass liBl? U sUW3JKI.U-On Tuesday, April It, at Meridaa, ii &f im Conn , Michael Russell. M 'Ji.fy i M Notice of funeral hereafter. , H rv j. S StOVILI,E.-On Tuesday, April 18. al New Havea. Yf, W3 Conn , Alice It , wife of Charles 8. Bcovllle, aged 20 JJ fJvijj H years 7 months and 2 days. U 'fti43 S rrlends are Invited to attend ths funeral from hsr vi 'ftyH'i 9 late residence, 101 Brewery tt, on Thursday after- St 4Mf 1 Ifl noon at 2 30 o'clock. 1 Si5v ifl SEVMO!JH.-8uddenly, on Monday, April H, 188J, 0' I h Verirenla. v. Idow of Isaac N. Beymour. if WMi'lB Relatives and rrlends are Invited to attend the fa- 3 't"iftr I ' neral services, ut 0 1 lllotigbby av.. near Nostran I $1$. IM av, Hrooklyn, on Thursday, the 2tst lust, at 2 P. M. f ?7 ' bfl SnAN'NO.N.-OnAprlll0.18U2,at Jersey City, N J, ll Mil i.M Maria bliannon, beloved wife of James IL Sbannoo, Kh! i,I aged 33 ears. II 1. 't i ('' Friends ara imlted to attend tbe funeral from har 1! $,'( iim late residence, 117Beaconst .011 Thursday, April 2L I 'Sm ll at 8 o'clock A. II. f ' ljL'.j'i iffl STKPHKNH.-On April 10 1802. at Belivllle, V JH li f ' tU W llllam II. Stephens, aged e yeara V months and 5 Ml I 1 im dajs ill 'tk J lisl Frhndi are Invited to attend the runeral from hi fj S Iflm late residence. 104 Main at, Belleville. N. J., oa it7'Ji!jH Tbursday, April 21,at2.'IO o'clock, and from the JJ WK j Dutch Reformed Church, Belivllle at 3 o'clock. I" UM i THOMPSON. -On April 18, IbBJ, at Jersey City. X. W tWi Rats! J. Ann Thompson, aged 48 years and 7 montba R4fv( el Friends are Invited tu attend the funeral from har "(I 'S'tii '$ late residence, 3.'2 4tb tt.. on Tbunday arternoaa f.! 'ii'rj ifl at 2 o'clock. f. 'ilk i t'M WAGOONF.n.-On April 18. 1802. at Jersey City. k' j$y. ll N. J., Llda Waggoner, aged 80 yeari 7 monthi anl P ;& fjm 21 days. ' j if ll Frlendi are Invited to attend tho runeral from her K I 7H lite residence. 287 8tb it, on Tbursday attrrnooa It 'S.'&lSM t 2 o'clock. j JSISjSW WKI,MII.-On Tueiday, April 10. Mary, beloved wtra H''illal of Uaild Welsh, at ber late residence, BiO East i V''$l ifl 10th st, Uxitf'i Friends and relatives are respectfully Invited to at- K 7 A .Mj tend tbe funeral on Thursday at 2 P, M Inlermeat f! SjS ' 'IM at Calvary. ' ,i,D, jS WENl)i:i..-nn April 10, 181)2, at Newark, Charles) i' Siw ffl Wendel. aged 22 j ears and 20 days LV W&" fU Notire nf funeral hereafter. X. , y, flS WHEIIO.N.-Suddenl). at Yaliba, Florida, tha t'lHlt, Rev. John Swinburne llbedon 1) D, of ItldgeOeld. LjMvfvllfl Conn. . H ,y Funeral tervtcei will be held at Thirty seventh 8trat W jjlj3 H 1. 1! Church, on rrlday, April 22. at 2 P. M. IT ifi.U . MM v'IIKi:i.KK.-Oa Tuetdai, April 18. at ttratford. if lift 'StB Conn , Harriet A , wife of John P. Wheeler, aged 5 mxf 'TU rr. Si. '(ifH Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from har U1 )H ijjjH late residence on Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ri!ssBBBBlnBiiiiiK TVILI.IAMH.-On Tuesday, April 10, at Bprlnjfleld, jf'rH'l Mast , J. 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