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I THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1CT2. . y jJk!
J urTmag lean voted down H I KiailT Ulltnh'AXIS TltAMIVlCmth.lt niinovt ms AbaLxii H gr l 'ni AllnireU In Ionk After ilit.tlre Hi Vnorlit' Mrii Mr, Hlieelniii Tnkr Hint Hi ,lil Mr. Mncl.enii'- Remnrlte. H Commlflnnor Mct'lriYO. Iho Republican on B (ho Pollco Hnnril. Icilryil hand, ycsturdur with (hottroTnmitiinr mumhors nctilnst (Vimtnli .loner Miv't.enn. Mr. Mncl.enn. who has tin- dortiVcii Iho t;ifl"i of taking cnro of Pollco I justlco VoorlilV men on tlio force, was voted I down In ovary Instance Traullc boenn nt icsterdny'smcotlni bnforo I tho mlnuio voro adopted. CnminUnioner I JUd'i'An objected to tholr adoption, sii1iir I that there wna tin omission In tlio utillnlslioit I tulnos. "Imovod tbo tinnsfcrof PoHcpmixn OliisB of the Thirty-third precinct to nil tlio vacancy fjhtlns In tlio fifth District Court. I tleln to!iaot)uit motion put on tlio minutes," ho I s.ilil. Yea." until Sir. Sliochan, "and I amonded B your.motlon to read tint Hlrnm I.ovy of tlm Twclity-tlrBt product bo transferred In plnco of ni""1-" "Mnen, tlio Hoard took no ncllonnt lliotimo." I ruled President Mnrtln. " It Is not nacpf nry to put Mr. MacLi'nn'B motion on tlio minutes." I 'Iho next ninttcr conldered by tbo Hoard I wni the petition for full pay wlillu hlelc of I Mlelmel Crowe of tlio Wott 100th streut station. who was iniuied ly tlio explosion of a torpedo -,hilolion ridlnc on near aftor boys who played hasuball. "That thins might lmrpon to nny one," said Mr. JIacLean. "Well, thoy could sue for damaces," said Prerldunt Martin. ".So could the pnllcomnn." replied Mr. Mac lean. "Ixotoayoon tlio petition." said Mr. Martin. Mr. McClae. who enmo next, voted no: but hen ho sawth.it Mr. Martin's wishes would bii defeated by ft tlo votn ho pleki'd up tho pet.tlon. rend It. and said to Mr. Macl.eiiu: " I don't thlnl: you understand ttiU thiiii:." "I Kiiys Ido." answiTiiil Mr. MneLi-uii. "Iotn aye." said Mr. McLlae. an 1 1'iesl dent Martin mulled 'Iho followlui; trimeter of Jeeant were miuiu- on irotion n! rn-ldent Martin. Lommtb clonor Mael.e.m voting no: jTuht. t U l'it'tn-1. j -V.- I'trrintU Drlatall SI. UcstlHtll st 'ir l-at H 1 1 li It. l.lnJrn ... -' la.iHdlist lii Mtiilifrryst. Ite.mx'li. . .. I" Mutlsrrrst lift Kat U7ih it. lT.rr ., .'I Mi.rrl.iu U. x. I'rliu'e st. Kriiiih K rrl'iic! 'U. Murris-iitla IiilniimtiT .1-' Hi-ii.iii.yn. IK Jl-itsutlist. (inlilen III! Uril'J'ltl 1 12. lift l.lrey st These I atroltnen wero transferred: it. fntnl I. O.I Mt'tienllt itlmpt tn Oakfttrest Miill'Cin. ir..in l-.ltli ntrret tui:tt Mntl: lOlleliln. Clly lUlitu Kifih rnrnit. Mailiifn oi.l allti tu W: Imrtieih tlrrct; Mtiii.e Ol.l titlji lo Wt llurlletti mreel. rity. lor. fnim h irlm ttri;it lo -rtl 1 Jfltli ..trevt. llurnrf. fruiu IV'tTlitrl)iicTf:uli itrect to Wct I'orlj.nefiilti; Cnm. frum vi.t rinili'th to lonnrd; l-oye. from tiit iMvutlcili lu l.aiit l.'ilth. u4 Jlnyor. troiu Midi un tuHiBt rjoiti. Mr. Miietunn looked over the list, noticed that several of tlio herueants had already Loun transferred in too blmko-up last Friday, and t.ilil: "Thorowa not much reason for tinnsfor rlnif ttiem liefoio." "uh. yes," replied Mr. Mnrtin. "and wo will IniproM- luntturs ty transfeninu them ni;aln." Uotliey weiotian-fferiodtiKaiii. Attho reiiuost of CapU Unvury o tho West Forty-seventli btreet station l'olleeman Frank .1. Morris wai Hindu a preelnct dntuvtlr for him. anil on romiest of Capt. Westervelt of the West Thlrty-sovonlh street station Adam J. Arnoth was madoa proelnet doteetlvo for htm. Adam Lane of tho Oak street station wns mado preclnet detective for Capt O'Connor of tho Old slip station. Doorman John Jadus of Oak stroct whh transferred to Old slip. Doorman jnnn uarrison 01 uiti sun eoinc 10 ims srruoc ltoundsman Hylund, at tho request of Super intendent ByrnoB. yas tiansferred from tho City Hall to Lllzatiotn struct to act as Burseiint. A letter nsklnic for clemency In the cases of l'ollcemon Coylo and Mildrum. wlia foucht With clubs on April 'Jd, was read. " Who's it from t" asked Mr. McClnve. "Dr. Bo Costa, probably," suecostod Mr. MacLean. It was from tho Ko v. Dr. James B. Day of Calvary Chtin-h. it was tiled. Col. F. K. Haiti of tho olovatod railroad company wroto to ask that policemen be detailed at tho olovatod railroad stations at South Ferry. City Hall. Fifty-ninth street and Ninth avenue, and 125th street and Ninth nvonua. Ho explained thHt sleepy passoucers worn wont to be turbu lent. Tlio Colonel does not put them oil at tho terminus of ths road on account of tho revo nue, but because It Is contrary to rules thut tho cars shall become lodijltiir housps. "It Is not for tho additional fares, ho Bald, "but. It wo did not put thorn on", bums and tramps would for economy ride all night for live cents. Acatn. sleepy people aro Inclined to be quar relsome, and. althouRli our mon nut thorn off with as tittle forco as possible yet thoy mako trouble." "Very Intorestlne lotto, snld President Martin, "hut ho didn't say nnythlnr; about damaco suits for too forcible pieetlon. "Jlut thorn's truth In It." Mtd Mr. Slcflavo. "Yes, they need pollcemcu at those places," said Mr. Mai tin. " Lot them net tholr own." at onco spoko up Mr. Mnel.ean. "Ah. thoyueod uniformed mon," concluded Mr. Martin. Tho letter wns fllod. Commissioner rSheohnu opened last Friday's trouble, and moved the transfer of Hiram Lovy from thn Kast Thlrty-Utih Btroot station to tho Fifth District Court. "Tho appointment beloneod toMr. Voorhls." said Mr. Hioeliau. "and as his successor I am entitled to it. Lovy has Peon on the force 1 twenty years, and 1ms bjen fined only live days. .Mr. Mar-Lean smiled, then frowned, and said: "I moviiufortha transfer of I'liillnfllass attho la-t mentlnc. Iwanttho roll called on myorlKlnal (notion, orif you offer your mo tion as an amendment to mine, then I want a loto on my motion as amended. Olass is suf fering fiom liimtiaco. Dr. Urlnncll Mvyu and Is unlit foroiit-iloor work." "Oh, I k'lown policeman who fooled o doc tor on luiutmtfj for three weeks." tald 3Ir. Mo Cl.ivo. " Was that mv man?" nskod Mr. MtvLonn. " It was a policeman " replied Mr. McCbive, and the mil mis called. Tho motion as mended pi-sod. Levy was transferred, and Cummtbsloticr McLean was toted down. Atti is jiasio.y. The l'ulirc Krhool Cltllifrrn n be Mnr. rmimled 11I1I1 ,r:ltlo Influencrv. Boston, May 10,-Tho Boston children are to be educated in nrt. It Is proposed to trans form overv school room Into a nursery of nrt. ThuwnlMnf tho erhool loomsaio to bo hunir with plaftor rns's enL-iavlncs, photosraphs of architectural worls. and oven palntlnt's. so that tho chlldten shall row 'up amid sur rounding that will nmki. the coniluu ircnera- tloilllBiMUTIltlonOl .lltlrts. i..iivii. Dr. tdwaid l"eret Ilnle Is R lender In this movoiiiont. ujid amoiit! hi.. asw,e .,"," in "f 11. Jranel-. A. Walker of the instil 1, of Teeh- Sl PitS; vrl!!- i'l"''"n ,,L-,,",riiir,p""' ' of 1 inn Art, 1. .N, lloitfon i.rCmiinr.ilL-e and .1. Lyman aton. the ar hlt.ct. lei ryNi ,d. liam. tho illustrator and 1 ..inter. " n , ; r u n of tho commit en .nuau-ed i rinU "" ,S work, and wnleh has petition. T II .."ili'd Board for pcrmlstlon to enrivout its nlimi in thn schools. Mr. Ilrms T liner. th (v.ter colorlst. of Salooi Introdue","1 f, ' ,, ) bTrotnkon i"up8 t0Wn ,U)J ,l,u li0',u" urtl' Tho Unity Art t luh andtlin Burton ArtRtu dents' AsHocIntlon h ivo lent their aid to thn movement, and Mr. riiitidlum hopes thm It will bocomn natloml In its n'ope, " Tho Kchool Committee met Io-pIkIi' to mn. slderthefensitillltyol Intiodtielncthon hemo and altera lonu illseusslou it vs nted in ,,,'. vocutolt, and it was reloned to the sul..rllm. mittuoon tjcliuol Hounub with full power to act. Hnrcessnl Ararr.'cu.i 11 vi.l Ktude, it Abinnd, ; VASIoo. Muy IO.-TI10 first thrrn of tho students tent to F.uropo by Secretary Tracy I for special tralnlm; in their profession or im al , construction hnvo jutt completed tlielrcinir.-o of study at Olascow. One of the three- Assist , antNavsl Constructor V. W. Hlbbs of Minnesota-has just reported for duty nt the Navy Department, whonco ho will shortly be ordered to duty at Norfolk as assistant to Constructor Bowles. Ho is n Graduate of the Nnvnl Acnil emy, nhrroho stood No. 'i In his dans. Ho took n spocial courso at lllnscowln deslirnln;;. ?tW.0..nt.l',,,rc0n8rl'dloiistudentS"O, H, Hook olMlciiann and T. E. Bill m of Tonnossee Jlav.e aho completed their course and taken 5jelrdeirroe nt the university, and are now r turnincTjy the ttcaunthlii City of N..w York. lnachisH ot ten Mr. lluhm stood No. 1 and i?,?Jiuilr,7.(,v.f"r.".1" blishest honors. and Mr, lock stood No. 'J. Titesii two youD(tolllcers will fi?.or.d,(,r'"J' W W'o PIT Vork Navy Yard ami tbo other to tho Mare Island yard. Twi.otlior j yicoweonstructnit students-Naval Cudets Shi'.f J'' 'H'1" n.n'1 Jv".',1 .' l'ennsy!vunhi-ai 0 bout to return to thu United Btsteslo net fio monllib' exporlence m shlpbulldliic yards. udetsHprnruiidWAtt tood Nu.1 mid Na v. Rf firJl'iT- 'Jt1'!" u,!or r.,?,.H "' vul areliT wcturo at the University of U ascow, numbor n twenty tanmbera. ' They will return to GSjkow, to completD thefr course, next Jean ruisonnn zir aiitrcitMMZ norrllile nrath ef tlrnry F. Randolph. Mon or A. I), r, Itnndolpb, ike Jf ub'.lstirr. Henry F. Bnndolph, son of Anson D. F. Ban dolph. tho ptil llahor, died early yesterday mornlne, poisoned ly strychnine which ho dnclnred ho hail taken In mistake foriiulntne. Ho lived nt 124 West 'i'wenly-sncond street with Me father. Ho had broken down. It Is said, from overwork about a foitnlcht nco.iind William Thompron, n trained nurse, was en ended to Inko cnro nf him. Thompson, who slept In nnnd.'olnlnsro im.wnsnwnkoned about 4 A. M. vi-torday by Mr. Itaudolph, who wnsculllnc for his slitorOertrude. Thoinp son went to the patient, who said that, two hours before, he hid tnkon a powder which ho supposed v.ms iiulnlne. but Hint his musclos had Locomo so rluh! that h was sum it must luiio been some slryehnltni that he had kept. In tho sumo rcreptaclo as the riiilidue. Ho hud fallen asleep after taslni: tho powder, which contained about ten urnlns. and was apparently awakened by tho tluldity that ho rocJKiilrul as n symptom of strychnine polson Ini;. The nurse .it once mvu him an einetlc warm water and intistard-uiid sutnmoiied llr. W. 0. CutlllT.1 of 1.11 West Twenty-soo. ml street. who cou'tlnue.l tho trentinent. but mani festly without efllcacy. Alter the doctor's ar rival Mr. B.mdolnli had two convulsions, with hut n short Interval between them, and ex pired In a thli.l. Dr. C. T. JowettoflDJ West Twenty-second street, who had been sum moned, nrrtiod with n stomach pump, but too late. ltdweon the tnru.wsms which convulsed him Mr. Ilnndnlpii was pltenusly earnest In his dnelnrntions that ho had taken the strych nine by iiilstako. and not purpie-ely He wanted to lie. hedecbirnl. In order to proio that It was a mistake. Me called for his slater In tuder to assure bor that ho had not wished to LIU himself. -,., "Call Oertriide," ho said. I want to tell her It Is an nccldont." When .Miss tlo. trade Bnndolph. who Is nn nrtlst. enmo to his bedside ho was miiil.ln to articulate, and she had to receive his dyinir uievs.icn at second hand. Ills brother and parents wore In the room when hu died. In nccountlni: for his poisoning himself Mr. Itundolpb told Dr. ("utlt.To that ho hml pur chased tho poison a fortnight before to kill a eat Willi, and unthinkingly had put it In tho drawer ot bin bureau ill which be kept .fill nlno. Both were powdors In foldod pipo h. Mr. Itaudolph lived for un hour alter awak ening tho uuisij. That ho could have lloil for threu hours after taking ten cralnsof stryeh nlno Is a strango feature ot the case. If he had been an bitemporal.! man his system would po-sllily havo been In n condition to re sist tho strychnine so lung, but It Is said that ho was not. Th two phvslclans who nttended him de clared in tholr sworn accounts of the matter that lliey balloted tho poisoning was acci dental. The nurso Thoiii.son In his affldavlt declared himself oiiiiittly certain that Mr. Itaudolph had poisoned himself accidentally nnd not Willi Intent. The chief ground on which ho based hisopinton was the fact that Mr iiandolph loft behind no written contra diction of hlsdylngdeehiratlon. Coroner. Mes seniernlso concluded that tho poisoning was accidental. Mr. Itandolpli was born in this city In lR'il. After graduation Ironi Amherst College in thn class of lst77.be entered tho Columbia Ijiw hebool. nnd after ndmlsslon to the bar pitie tlfeJ In the ollieo of Tyler A Tremaln. About seven years ago ho became a manuscript render for his father's punllshlng houso. and In the course of time ho blossomed out ns a promising llteiaiy man. He wroto for tho Atlnntir .Vontli'U and other secular magazines and nlso fo' the Churchman. His lat artlelo in tlio Atlantic, on "Dean Swift." appeared four months ago. Ills speci.il study wns Shnkesperlana. Ho compiled books for A. D. F. Bandnlph A Co. Anions tbom were "1'llty Years of Jingli'li bong," "Latter Day Bal lads." Ac. Mr. Itandoluh's wolk wns full of prouil'p, and ho had n career thnt he could scarcely lime wanted toe.it short by suicide. Ho was u widower, but his grief for tho loss of his wife had had time to heat. Tin: 3itTiiomsr cusfEithscB. An Effort to Iti-tnx tho ('l.ureb. North and Sioulh, Tojc-lbci-. Omiiia, Maylt). An effort Is being mado by the Methodist Conference to bring tho Church. North nnd South. to;rethor. nnd communica tion hns already been opened with tho officers of the Church South by the Committee on Btate of Church. Dr. Kins of New York offered resolutions roiuestinc tho General Confer ence to take such action ns It may deem best to secure the organic union of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, tho Methodist Chunh Bouth, and other Methodist churches. The resolutions wero referred without discussion to tho Committee on .State of tho Church. Tho special order of the day. tho report of tin Constitutional Committee, was cnllod up at 10 o'clock, nnd immediately there was con fusion. Dr. Buckley a3ked the Conferonce to allow Bishop Merrill to speak on tho question (a matter prohibited by tho rules). Before a vote could bo taken on the quostlon tho rules wero suspended and tho report of tho Committee on Columbian Exposition was pre sented. The report heartily approved of the .Exposition. but emphatically protested against opening the gates on Sunday. A tolo- f:ram was ordered to bo sent to Conginss icnrtlly approving of tho World's Fair Appio Srintioii bill, providing it lo conditioned on unday closing. Tho report of tlm Commltteo on Constitution wus conrldered by paragraphs. Dr. Neuloy took the floor to explain tho llrst section. Tho first declaration was tlmf Iho llrst three sec tions of the present discipline aro constitu tional. This was combated on the ground thut It would compel all acts of the Oeneral ( onfereuce to be reviewed by tho annual Con ference. Dr. Llttlo of contrnl Illinois. Dr. Leonnrd of Ohio. Dr. Curtis of Chicago, tll-eussed tbo mat ter In tho negative They hold that portions of the alleged constitution am merely statu tory laws nnd not constitutional piovisions. Under such a holding the laymen Icgallycould not hold a seatlntheConfeienco and were hero by sufferance only. Dr. Butts of Detroit was opposod to the re port, for the reason that tho dellnltion of tho constitution was not. in I. Is opinion, nn ade quate und proper Interpretation. Dr. Kynelt of Iowa raised tho point thnt If thn report is not adopted then the lay dele gates are nrtiil.nrt of this Confluence. Tho report causing Oils dlseusslon Is this: TIip p-ent coimtltlitlon of tie) tlrb'ttnlnl (iencril Conferonre 1 the ilo.Mit.irnt ilrnwn tip Mill mln'ti I tiy the (Irnc.-ul Conftrrnia f.i Jioi, but in..'l Snl vine, that tlm 111 nci orilrtni'e nltli it. 3 lOrrl'icaii"!. mil ru.irb'tliitiN ef tli orncliml lopu:nrn itiul if nun n. rluil-'l In rarsyrsplin ,'i ti 04. Irc.ll.lle. In tlieillt pi. 111 for IssS rx.eitbK th stWm.it bi to the iln'l i.itB.iHinber of delipn'm eruvccil lei 111 eoitkTa I. flv winch In mi jki-i fiiliiH wltl.ln thn 1 ower or II. e ..one ul t'eufri'tico uiiJf r tbe urulsilui. of tl. ecoi. J mirir. th rule. The exception Is tho l.nne of contention. It Is contended thnt If thnt portion Is not consti tutional butslmplystntiitory law.ilientho lav men hnvo no constitutional rigid in tho Con ference. John Fields of Philadelphia offered a roso'.u tlon postponing tl.o further consideration of then-port until tho next (ienoral Conference, In order to clvn thn people, of tho Church nn opportunity to canvass nnd discuss the matter thoroughly. He made a strong plea for his resolution, nnd wax hcaitlly apolaiided. Tho siib-tltutii was voted down, and a motion to lay the Ilyt part ott thn tabloMirltako up tue second part wa also voted down. An unknown dolcrstentthiK juncture moved In adjourn, and to tho suiprlsnof I. it vt.is can led. Tlio report of t!i- C.unmllb'e on Memorials was minion sped il order Tor Frl- Uuy by common consent. A Yaw I ConfalnlnB n V( man's C'tonk roitniJ. Knipoivr. May 10. A ydvvl bont measuring li'j feet keel vras found on the beach at Union, about ono mile from heie la-t Oundny morning by Willi vinl'-Pldcoon.Ji!lslii'rninn. It was half mini with water. In it was a largo clothes bui-kit which contained 11 e.'olhes vvrlngor, ft frying pan, two stone dishes, und n larga spo n. T he price of . ndi nrtlclo was still on ll.show'i.gtlmt they had just been purchased. I'hevavvl ba. tu all ippciimn 'e-. just been tainted. Theoiltldo s white above and groen l ivv. The ius.it. Is white, but Iho beats daik brown. In the bint nln vves a small dnjr. npp.ip'ntlr a Inniiul, i(tnl it women' 'hint; ol black jersov cloth pretty well woi n. The oars worn found about a half mjle fi-nii the shore, Kachnarls ll.ilnly st,i..od will, the Initial.-, "U.M. II. l."or"l iiL.d etui.. Llgblhoiiso l'.Mtublsh inent," L.iat Hatuiday theio was a very heavy wind. I but Ills Mlsli-i-"'. Dkj. Moikhs. Slav lli.-On tho evening of Apill 1J Mat el h'w.ntz wns shot by Fred Cruf ton nnil died Instantly, They weio at ftfiues Unliable resort, und all prennt insisted that the shout. ng was accidental. Tho Grand Jury has Loen investigating tho caso, 0111I yester day returned nn Indictment against Oraftnn for murder in the Hist degree. It belni! as sertedthnt thn accidental nppoarnncoof tho shooting was only a subterfuge. Mabol was the pretty hut vvnyvvard sovonteen-ycar-old daughter of ex-Mnynr hwartz of fcinux City. Bho had only ben nwny from homo a few months, and had been living with Cruftcui. who is tlio eon of a prominent family at Knoxvllle, Iowa. DKKMING'S C0NFKSS10N. ADiltTTlXa 7UAT II H KlI.t.Kti KSIILX MAIlllCH AT HAtMtll.l. lie fcinys lie 0t a linn SO lo Commit the Rntntilll Mnrilers-Tlile Is Not llctlcvc.l llr In flrrnklnR Pown nnd U I.tkrty lo Make it roll Cnnrssnlon-Mlaa Itouosrvrll. MrlhoURNic, May 10. Dooming has confessed tho murder of his wife, Lmlly Mnthor. nt Wind sor, but denies thnt ho porsonally killed his former wlfo, Mario, nt Italtililll. Ho toys thit he gave a man .10 to eonimlt tho Bnlnhlll murders, nnd ho still nsserts that he has boon controlled In hlHcrlmos by an unknown powor, thus trying to convey tho Impression that ho Is Insane. No conlldunco vvhntover Is placed In this pretext by tho authorities. Crown Prosecutor Walsh says that Doom Inc's motlvo for his crime nt Windsor was per fectly clcnr, and entirely In accord with Minify, lie wished to get rid of his wlfo bocnuso he had gi own tired of her, nnd also because she know of his connection with Itulnhlll: nnd It wns his d(!lre to brcuk oft nil connection with Itaitihllliind Its associations, nnd mukc n new start In the world undor another name, so lint. II Hid IS.ilnhlll tragedy should over bo din overed, Leonid not be traced. "As for tho Jtalnhlll murder." sold tho Crown Prosecutor, " Deemlng's motive was perfectly evident. Apart ft mil Ills wish to iiMrry Miss .Mather, Willi whom ho wan then netiinlntcrt. It was apparent that his wilo knm- something of bis criminal caroor In Atrlcn. nnd he vvfshod to get rid of her for that reason, lie prut ably told bur that ho was being looked f ir bv ..luVorsof tho law and that she must aid him in maintaining secrecy, anil this would in tint for her having, permitted him to Introduce her at the lmlul In llallihlll as Ids sister. By killing his wife and chlldien at Bainhlll he got rid of any danger or bis boutii Arrlcnli crimes being tevealed by bis wife. Prosecutor VuMi legaiils Deeming simply as n most despetctoitiiil unprincipled wretch, without anyseruplo of conscience or reeling of genuine, sympathy, and ho bus no doubt the condemned mull 13 responsible for many climes that havo never been discovered. Deo'iiliiR shows every sign of breiklng down, audit b bolloved that he will imikoa lull con fession oefore he goes Initio g.illows. Careful Inaulry by the. Moll ournu I leeiiiasons has proved that Deeming is not a member of 11 Masonic lodge anywhere. atiilth.it ho pioetitod his Mnsonlc costume, just as ho procured tlio uniform of the Beng.il cavalry. or the purpose of Imposing upon tlio public. He knows noth ing wiintover about I'looin.isnnry. and In this, as In ot her respect s. Is u fraud and an tin poster. Deeming 001. timies to express the greatest nnxlety to see Miss iti.uu-evell. but the young woman has positively rufmud. to havo any thing whatever to ,iy to him Itlsn slngulur fact, howevei. that she nevor speaks of tho murderer with Indluutttlon, and it Is evident thnt she really traveller nirectiotistn Dcemtiig bproie she discovered that he was a inurdeter. Mlssltounsovell Is a singularly modest nnd attiaetivn girl. and. like Miss Mathei, the mtir derod Windsor wife, bad icieeted a 11 is 1111 er of suitors before Deeming began his attentions. Miss Itouusevell felt it a duty when she learned that Deeming was a criminal to plneu thoauthoiltlesln 1 osM-ssinn of all the evi donco which sho h id regarding him. but she. has never been be.ml to uttei a word against him. Deeming himself s. ems tu have a strong Hklnp for her, ns far us ho Is capable of such u sentiment. gov. Aiirr.Ti jx kaism:st. A Coulcrence Trulndiiy nn llir llun lo Xul Illy tllr Kradlnx Urol. Tr.ENTON. May 10. Tho oflleinls of tho lail rond corns utiles connected with the Heading anllirnclte coal combine profess to havo no faith In the slticciity of Our. Aid ett's words and actions touching the 1 recordings to bo taken in New Jcr-ey to break tho deal. Said cue of them to-day to the writer: "Gov. Abbett is talking forpd'ticn! effect only. Tho Legislature t'estroyed considera ble of his popularity by passing n hill to legal i70 the deal. It Is true ho vetoed the bill, but there Is .1 public Impression thnt he did this onlynftor ho found how bad tbo people felt over tbo countenance given tho scheme. Now ho must do somethlnj-morotorolntrcnch him self In tho rublie confidence, and he Is going Into tho courts ostensibly to Intoifcro with tho business of the coal roads but really to catch votes at the next election. Immediately alter election, whatevor the reult, this warfaro against tho eonlers will cease. It Is nothing but an electioneering scheme." While tho man whoo words nro here quoted was talking. Gov. Abbett was in conference over tho combine matter with Attornev-Oen-eral b'tockton. Judgo A. (. MeDermott. nnd Barker (iummero. They talked three hours about the matter, and pondurfi-d to proceed on the plan alreadv deserlb"dln The Sun. that i. by attacking the lease of Hie Jersey Central to tho Port Beading. The courts will also bo asked to revoke tho elm tors of tbo roads found violating the statutes of tho State. After tho conference fin v. Abbett said: "If nt any singe of tho proceedings I am sntlslled that the ordinary proe.-sos of law nre not siilllclcnt to bring I he matter tnnn tin mediate nnd llmil heat inu or that thn lave as it now stands Is Insufficient to give the neces saty relief, then I shall call the I.-gislnturo together. If It Is then ascertained that tho continuance of this combination Is not already a common Inwtiffenco punishable under our statute, one of tho questions for tho Legis lature to consider would bo thn wisdom of clearly deilnlng the continuance as .1 erlmo und llxlng adequate punishment therefor." ruMcitAt. fir viiii.ii .tit iciwr.T.. Many VTell-Knnitn Tntnmiiny Mm nnd the JLiite dill .IiikIIci' CnllrnxucH X'rrsent. ThoP.ev. Dr. Arthur II. Judge of tho Church of tho Holy Best conducted the funoral rer vices ovor tho remains of Civil Justlco Peter Mitchell last night at 8 o'clock at the house. .1 Charleton streit. Tho coflln was placed In tho parlor and was sm rounded by flowers. Tho employees and olTlceis of JustP'o Mllchell's court sent n large floral chulr. The Cl II Jus tices, who were Mr. Mitchell's colleagues, sent a crown of pink roses and there were llnral offerings from the Tammany ooeiety. ftnmlllr. Mitchell's Fifth district og.inlrution, and from iniiuy of his friend. The house where Justice Mitchell lived Is a small one, and it was Idled last night, Thoconlu was opened, and the fnen of the dead man was viewed by his relatives and ft lends. There wete present Mrs. 1.11a Mitchell, the widow; Mrs. 1,. Mvuln. his sistcr-in-luw: John N, Leichei, his btothei -In-law, und I'. A. i'wain, a nephi w. Tammany was repiesented by the twenty-four dlstilet leaders ami by many othitis promliieut In local politics. munis. BlonerTholiiab lliennnn. William I'llt MHchell, John (i lalm in. and many of .Mr. Jlltchell's per sonal friend, together with all tho Civ II Jus tices, v.'i re nlsu tire-ent, Tho llev. Dr. Judge rend the L'plsconnl fu noral service. There wasnomnsle. Tlieln teiment will bo nt ilreenw.iod this mornini;. The pall he.treis me t I utile Civil Juslb-e. The T.iiiimiiny Kxeeutive Ciuninlltee of Twenty-four me: ye.tinl.iv in the Ytlzwam and pas. d iitiproprhtti1 ieo'iillnns touidilng llunleith id Jusllee Peter Miteh dl. 'eecbe.s r.'eie iiuiile by t.'nnimis'.e'iiei (illmy and Aa Hiitatit District Attoi ney J. Wuuhope L) nn. ltllttliosv Trnnliles. Tho Hherlff yesterday received an attach ment for !MO.7'J0 against thii Conirngnli U11I vorsclh'du Canal Interocennlque do Panama of France In favor of Joshua .1. Llndo. for wni k dono on tho canal i.t the B'.vcr t'hagres, for which judgment was obtained In Paris In Match, 1 Hit). Thn attachment was bcrveit on th Piealdent of tho Pniip.mu Ilhllrnnd Com pany, at '-".i llioulwny, but ho said hu had uo pioperty of the lormer company. Deputy Mierlll Miilvaitey has rneelved two ntlacliinents agnlust the Oeala and Hllver RprliiB ( "nipany, 0110 for 7,li0-' In favor of tho Charli-'i II. 1'iiller uverllsltig Aconey and tho olherforfr.liio in favor of lied. (I. Otntit. It vv.ts s.titl jostDiday that they would prol ubly bo settled. Judgment forSl'-'.THlwna entered yesterday ngai st Brooks ft Dickson, theatrical tu.ui agers. In faVir of thn Miobrldge Lithograph lug Company, tor advertisements. l,ustc ( olli-.ay has i.een nppoliitnd receiver In sup. ideuienlary enei.,iiUH for Joseph Brooks in tbo suit of olf D.ii-Ian. a judgment creditor. Nine A lilt 1 men to Look . f-ce All.nlnlit l.tcrntl m. Tho Aldermen Increased to nine yestorday their committee of II vo to pns.s on applications for ftll-nlsht liquor selling licences. Tho nlno nro President Arnold, 11 lawyer: Yee-Pres. dent Nooiian. n liquor dealer, ns cx-nlllcio inemliiin: Aldermen Bailey, a contractor; Covvie. ft I'sh dealer: Biown, a shoe dealer: Mead, a rullroid agent: Hoi ho. a blacksmith; MorgMii, 11 lawyer, und Bogcrs. a butcher. 83,000 for Hie I.o.s of Ills tVllr. Alexander Patton's wlfo wns run over nnd killed by u Broadway car a yonr ago In lower Broadway, On the trial of his suit against tho Broadway and tiuvonth Avenue 11. B. Co. before Justice 'iitiax In the Mupionni Court yesterday Iiii recovered ft verdict of SU.000 fortholosb of his wife. On May in nl im' llmllrd xpr train vlllba ftdilait 10 tli Slum bti.eliiitwti n New lurk unit I!iij. lultata either tirmbul ti I' M . ami lnV Hi run Inr.hourasnd 40 iiiinulea 'l.uiii all pallor tare) faru f 0.00, Including parlor carcl-ali.-J'c. J - a .stxnr rim; siauii.v. This Time the Allseed rirelmc tl'M !-'nfe In the Coiinty .lull. There wns another Incondlnry flro yestordny mornliiBnt401 flnrdon street, Hoboken. ono of tho row of dilnpltiited frumo tonomenlB In which so many fires linvo occurred recently. This makes tho sixth lire In ten dnys. and tho pollco aro convlneod thnt there in nn active firebug at work. Tho flro yesterday wn tils colored nt !IA. M., nnd It wus soon put out. Flro Chief Applecato found paper saturated with kerosene oil In the hallway, nnd tho boards had boon hoaked with tbo oil. The last Ilro previous to this ono wns iilscovored at 4:40 A. M. last Sunday. It was discovered by Hormnn Mllke. nn old mini who llvos In ono of tho housos and who had discovered nil Iho previous llros. By n singular colncldcnco every tlmoMIIko discolored 11 Hi e Otto Neii krenz, who lives In the row. was on hand, nnd ho holped Mllko to extinguish the Ilamos. Tho llrcs never occurred nt tho sumo hour. Home tlinos It wns 1 o'clock, sometimes .'!, nnd then ns early us 4 o'clock In the morning, but no matter at what hourtbey broke out .Mllke In vathiblv discovered thuin, and Neiigtcms was on hand. , On Hundny Mllko beenmo convinced that Neiikreur. wus the Incendiary, and arrested him. Tho prisoner Is In thocountyjall.sothat ho was not around Tor yesterday morning's lire. Neither was Mr. Mllke. A policeman iils covored the Ilamos. gavoati alnrm. and tho flro was nearly out before Mr. Mllko appeared. Tim tenements nre occupied by n number of poor families, i lie oocupaiils have beon Inn stotoof terror for the last ten night. Sonio member of eneli family sits ,up nil night so as to wake tho others when tho usual alarm ot fire Is given. The tennmonts aro In a portion of tho city where real estato Is valuable. Iliidenbender A Mollor, real estate ngents at l!ll Washing ton street, nro the ngenls. A member of tlio firm told a St'N repnrtor yesterday afternoon thnt Mr. Jlnekor. tho brln"t nl owner of tho Weuhawken Cemetery, owned the property. Ho denied a rumor tho reporter had heard that the property belonged to tho estato of nn old Frenchman who died in I.uropo, nnd that It could not bo improved on account of litiga tion. The real estato man thought It very unwise to publish 11l1Stl1lngabo.it the tires, because It might lifilc tho pollco in their efforts to capture the incendiary. Ho also said he hid thought of employing a watch In in. hut the pollco advised him not to do it. but leave the matter In tholr hands. There nre about thirty families In thn tookerlcs. An effort was made some months ngo to have the lionid of Health condemn tho houses, but it fulled. as ATiiwrr 20 kii.t. c;.v. oiiast. And iv .lllnntrly Ctrriiinslnntlnl Account of (he V.iiy lu Which It wan llelrutrd. Wismxm-ON. May 10. In a letter to tho Chief of Pollco asking for protection from flower thieves nnd bull players who uso tho streets for a paik. Dr. Chmle-. II. Bnwcn re lates an attnmpt to assnsslnato den. Grant which so far seems to havo escaped public notice. "I don't remembor seeing a police man nt this corner nftor dark fur thirty years," Im writes. After telling of the consequences of this lack of protection in the form of luoken windows and Btolen flowers tho letter goes on to say: "I ask your help for tho following reasons: When flun. Citnnt was Socretajy of War ml In terim ho reside Ion I streer.botweon New-Jersey aveiiuoand Third street. Howasvvalking'.homo from the WarDepaitmenl.aiid when be arrived at the cot nor of hlxtlt srreet nnd Massa chusetts avenue 1111 attempt wif mado to assnssinntu lilui. There was no 1 nlieeiuau no r, as usiinl. Ismrtho would-ho as'-.isln, with revolver In his hand, make towaul Iho (lelieral. I got between the Oetieral ii'nl thu asasin. jduced rnvleft Index linger under tbo nsi-a-sln's nose, and he threw his he.td back. I then dro pod my left hand, drew it bank, and plunged my IM with full force on his wind pipe as hard an I con d drive, knocked the aswissin out. and endured his revolver, which I now havo In my possession. If I bud not been there nt tho time Gen. Oranr Mould not have been President of thn I'nlied M il uvu term", and the whole history or the I nlted States would havo been changed. Washing ton would not bo what It is. I wotud not havo lnd nny llowers exposed on the stieet for po lice piotectlnn. nnil If firnnt's life bud depend ed upon police protection Im woi M h.ivn been gathered to his fathers long cro hu V.Ms Presi dent of tho United States." the iiAKY ir.i.s riirnimin n. Mnmle Tyrtlielm-r'M C-Jilld F0.11.1l Ktirtrd nhrrf Sielinl'K and liana S11I.I II W'in. Larly yesterday morning n gang of fifteen men started to dt.iln tho pond on the waste lands of Newtown Cieek Cnnnl. besldo which the body of Mtnnlo Werthclmer'sD-months'-old bnl y was believed t be lying burled. Tho pond was dry by noon and two bouts litter tho body was found le-s Ihnn two feet below tho sin fur-o und within M loot fiom the placo pointed out by the two men who strangled and luik-d it on tho night of May'.'. i be work was dune under directions of Po lici'innn Hull and Detective Sorueutit Canip bell. Viho .lis. oven d the murder und arrested tbo muid-qers. Tho body was taken to Iho t-tngg street pollc station, where it was viewed by a jury impanelletl bv Coroner f.liul ay. Peter Sehult and 1l.1m Hans, wlio killed tho baby, and Mamie Wertlieiruer. the niolhor, accused of Icing an iiccesoi y before and alter the killing, nro in linyni'iiul street jail. 'I heir form.il examin.itii n will bn held to-:uotrow In tbo Leo Avenue 1 ollco Court in Wlllbiins bui gh. tiiu co.ojjjli'.s Miim.s ruY.usr. Uepiirtnri- nrthi? .New Vi-sel or the I'liclflc Hull Sioiin.-lile Cuinpiuiy. Tho new Pacific Mail steamship Colombia sailed yesterday on her maiden voyage to Co lon. On her trial trip on Saturday, under tho suporvMon of a Be.udof naval ofllccrs. sho made fifteen knots an hour, or one knot moro than was necessary to ditltlo her to all tho benefits of the new pnst.il subsidy net. bho may oreato a record to Colon The Columbia u.is built at the Delaworo Blvvr Iron Shipbuilding and hnglno woi knot (hotter P.i.. audi- .foil feet long. .1,1 feet, beam, und jT'i deep. She Is contruelod of st.nd, .mil Is Pt'od Willi triple i-xpniislon en gines of I'.til'i hoi-e inv.er. Sho has accom inivlatiotiH for 104 lust elass and V.r soeniid ehi-h pas-engeis. sh s lilted up equal to tho best oeeail lllit-r-. and is al'ogether ono nf tho finest vcsel.s ever turned out of all American ship vard. 11.. a ot io 1" iyi:i.i.ksi.i:y. fi'lntesN Km. Hull M III Ilnlsh llrr I'.ilnea. tln.i nl Holm-. BotTo.v, May 10.-In answer t a Icttor of Jan -I. addu'ssed lo her Majesty Llllnokal.ini. yueen of Hawaii, by Hi" ''n 1'ufl, Jnmes W, lioboilson. her Mnjosty'H Cliamlmrl.iln, wnti'H to thn tUileniins the story that it wus Iho Intention nf the Hawaiian C.ovornmont to send the Piincens Kniillnnl. the heir upiiaront to the thiolie. to Wellesley l ollego to llnish her education. 'I lie hnmberliilii s letter says I half he 1'ilnccss I1.11 iii.iibi rapid nml . sutlsfao toiy piogress in h r Indies . iindorllio tuition of bnllosof high ciiltiiieand Intel Igoiiie, and Is expeeted to llnl-li her ed licit on hy next April. Shu will then I u presented In hor.M11-jei-ly Queen lleloil 1. will libit roine of tlio rhiropean 1 ouris. and then leave for Iho United Hates, thiough vvhh; 1 she iv II make an ex teinleil tour, bho "ill visit Chicago during the World's Fair. Jllnnre to C'omuioitiii"-' t'ftldnrll II, Col'. Tlio memliors of tho I.u:vhmoat Y'ncht Club end tho friends of Mr. Caldwell II. Colt gnvo him a dinner Inst nUlit at Sherry's, lu honor of . his 1 ecent election us Co-umodore of tho Larch montClub. The dliiiior commltteo consisted of K II. Llilngstoii. 1'dw.iid Jl. Padelford, Iredeiie C. leeib'Id. lieorgo A. Cormnel;. Ai-.gu-tln Mon.oe. J. . h. Oddie. und Jnines P. Moore. Atnniig thoso present "e Charles M. ""lilch. Frank I J. Hull. William lJ. Alley, Heolgo A. Ilolli.. KiBi.no L. Bushe. - Hu hier. (yriift L. W. I'.ldlity, Ilwaiil J. OieHceu. ht.inliiy Orenceu. Minor k II. H)do. Jr.. Henry D. Macdonii. Ar thur Padellord. y. Boosovelt Schuyler, 1 aid. Sainuul Samuel". 1 lands Jl. Seoli, John Hter ling, (liiorgo Tioltui, H. A. lutighn, mid (ieorgo Work. ( onie ill"" ol the A. . If, Threo hundred del 'gnles of thn Anclont Or dor of lllbernl.iiis jf the United States mot In Tammany Unit lostcrday and oiiMiiizcd tho forty-third niinunl eonvcnjlnn of tho order. Tho presiding, oOlcer, N.itioiii.j IJelegato Thomas Sherlock of Hincuso, stated that tlio crdiir has a total meiiifierslnp of 4Uimh,o. Tho eonvontlon will bo continued to-day und tomorrow, IK-lcfciilf Tnlllvrr .lilnsinz. Wasiiim.tov, May 10. A number of dele gntos frem Arl.aniiB to the Ocnurnl Confer unco of tho Afflcan Melhodlit Piilseoral Chunh stopiied In this city on Apill '.'0 on their way to lliihnlelphla. Among thuin wus It. I Tolllvcrol Ford vce, Ail;., ft lay delegate. 11 beriino Hcpauilod from the party uud has put boeu scon or heard from rincu. 's MLsnriKtitAx iistuiX8to.& Lane Hemltinry .lolna (he JtlrlKS Fnetloa la the Chlirch. CrNctsKATT. Mny la Tho climax In the troubles of Lane Somlnnry line been reached, nnd tho famous institution of tho rrcsbytorl ans lias boon practically captured br the DrlKKB people. Old Lano is on tho way to join hands with Union Pomlnary of Now Yorlc In promulgating tho dnctrlno of thu falli bility of the Scriptures. Tho General Assem bly of tho Presbyterian Church, about to con vene In Portland, will probably bo cnllod upon to tako up tho caso of Lano Seminary along with that of Union. It Is expected thnt tho coming Assembly will bo tho most exciting held sinco tho Church was reunited In America, Prom tlmii to tlmo during the pasttwclvo months tbo newspnpots havo recorded tho gindunllv Increasing troubles of Lano Theo logical Somlnnrv. Dually Prof, fimlth rulscd tho llag of theological secession by publishing n pamphlet in which he plainly indicated his belief that thero wero inaccuracies In Scrip ture due to transcriptions In early dnys. Ac. A storm of opposition wns aroused. Ho was besought hy frlondn to withdrnwn his pam phlet. Ho maintained an ominous silence, thereby giving out tho conclusive Idea thnt ho Intended tu stand by his guns. F.vor slnco 11 struggle hns been In progress. Tho Board of Directors linn within 11 few days taken such action im virtually to glvo tlio Smith faction control. The resignation of Trustees Mc Donald, Broadwcll, and Neft places the Prices peoplo In control. MAltlXE IXTKLLIOKltCK miTtrns At MAiric roll DAT. Eon rim.... 4aSonact 7 07 1 Moon liti., 4 34 1iK.11 warm this liar. Bandy Hook. I S4 I Ouv. Iilnnd. 8 00) Hell Oats. B 4 Arrived Tcrsntr, Maria Si RumiIa. Pchtntitt. Ibimti.ira. Si l.lbr. Von liosfitf I. iireuieu. Si. .vinniilsn.. Poller Itottfplsm. si. rity nf 1'nra, lickwooil. rolon. Si Itlo (Iranile. t'nnt.or. Kernamlins, Sr.laion. Cnolc, Moutii;n ll.ir. s south I'orllnuil. Ilrriin.un, Havana. si Muriel. Morrlron. Ilf riuuilu. Sh llnnrs. Kle.liltif. Otliaril. Si Hoatiulc. ll..lihera. Norfnttc. Siirhnttatitioi'iuf, D.iirtfett, Savannah. SiCroatun. llat.afii. vviluiins'tou. H.C Sh New OrltMlm. HtlB. Ni-M llrlejua. llrt i:ml:ie, lor p. I'litlndt-lplila. Hark Till. yiirnuiMiicn, riniii.lelptilK. Il'or later arrival, ate I'irit Paie.l AnniicDOLT. Fi fit. Tancrai. from New York, at Liverpool s Sin, rroln Nfw Vork. nt llremen Si Wcier, from New lurk, at Uren.rn. Sa fhnliEielte, from New York, at Nrw Orleana. S ntr ut I'arii, ironi .Nes- York, or) II row Head b tlav el. from New Vork. off bcllly. aiujip rsOM roRKtof roars. Fa Fcannta, from Himbiinr for Sew York. Bi I'o sriii. from llniiiburir for New York, sa lb rinnnii, froui llr. l.tfii for New York. M llHilltano. from 1 nl..s ror New York, sa PlillaaeiplilA. Ironi uurcm for hew York bl Sautlaifo. front NaiinM. for Ncs' York. lAarn mon eoioiric roan. 61 Gnllleo. from Boiton for New York. csTGoino arrAMsmrs. i.r oilnif. Mil' Clm. rawr.Sfiff. Teutonic. Mvenmol 12 fOIML 4 OOI'.M. rttvnr llrrlln l.tvernnol.... Hoop VI. A ill) P.M. Weslernl....il. Anterp .... .1110 1' VL OOOI'.V. Iliiliiielilaiii.Ainiitenlalu.... 1 no I' VI. 4.00P.M. Saratov.. IIATRl.il 1 00 I'. VI. 8 0HP..V. Alho. Ilnrll . .... II US) A VI. J 01) P.M. l.limr..!.. Ill.i.lunelro 1...O0 VI. SjOKH, riierokee. . li .rt.ton SiOol'.VL 1 lllorailii Ntir nrlt-ana UOOI'M. Kalibul Cit, ssvutin.iu UOUP.M. .'ml Tirmorroir. AnirnMn Vtrrnrli. llmnliunr. W A SI. 7:0O A. M. leiiruels. iJiiruavia .... 11 .00 A. M. 1 00 P. II. OritiiHu Hrrniuda 1 on P.M. Mm P.M. Oiauia. tlajll 1 UO P. II. 300P.M. incomim; fTiiusnira. Arabian Prlnre illlir.iltar April 23 IiiiIIh (UDrultar April 111 siaieot .-Ncvana ...ijow Atirn .o. Sion l,iiilon April Lt4 NooKllnml Aitlueni Aprll30 i it ot i w York I.lvirlioi.l klay 4 Kxfteri'lty .Ma.neii Arir.1117 M.nfnta Ila.aliu May 7 sprru Ureitien May 3 i.i, 7y.irMi. l.ry 12. riillli ., t IVfrfssil ., May 3 Z.nnlam tiotterilutu April no SI I. leal blirrpnol April no AlMlllH iUta!tur AprllllS tut trvlln. .l.iw 13. Rrltnnnlc LUrrnool Mar 4 Sai.ti.iiro .Nie.m.1! May aj lilaml riirUtianianJ April : lucliinoiiilllill I.onilon Airllt!ll Mlrhltrnn bonilon April 211 Ktirope London April 30 Vtte itat.ir.litv. Mill 14. Normnnnta Ilamtiur.r May a I.trurta 1 Iverpool ....May 7 bue.m Havre May 4 K.iMji Union May 4 Mu.ict.pri Kreinen Mar 4 Crfi' Liverpool Apr!l30 DtirSiiitltii. it tit IS. I.il '. inrntrna Havre Vav 7 I'nviii .inn (iibraltar Apr.l.io Trlnl.1i.il Ilermuda vinyls Uotteiil im AmterUam. May 4 I'lri'.t.bl.i Clasirow .May r ti,t Mlm. .vil8 Alter Ureiuen May 7 11 .Ui.lelplila I niruiyra May 10 Ort7.ati.l Ilavitr.l May 13 innne l.t,triol Vay .1 Alvo Tort l.lmon May 6 S'.tit.mciss 31oti3. ItnUrr'a Itle'er". a'nre 1828 acknowledged to be by lar the tiral and Client stomal!, llltteri made, vrlietlier taken pure ur i itli wlnea or liquor. Stmltli .t; Ansells' IIuilery ta uninrpaiped for color and v. raring qualities. Hetu.la at popular prlcea- I'llllllpn' Dlceilllilu Coeoav 1'urnlilies nutriment mid alda dlireitlon. Ki:r..VK-TTSi:N,-On Jlonlay, May I). 1882, at the rifi i Aveirio I'reabyterlim Church, by the Rev. Ir. John Hull. Ilv 1'. Tyst-u. oniie. daughter or ilrlllHh I ow?, Enq. lo Harry Keeno. Mcl.Al'lllll.lN-McNKIt.M.V.-At Norwslk, Conn., on the nth lt.it, John McLanghMn nf Pan bury ant Jlrldcet Mr.Nernoy of Norwalk. The cere, ninny aai performed at St. Mury'a parochial real dtneo nt H o'clock hy the Itev. T M O'Rrlcn. l)EI,s(l!,A(.i:it-fi.l.NK.-at Newark, H. J Mi) i1, lSb'J. hy the r.cv. o', Schauihacli. John Oeb achlnk'er to Alualio I'arulltio Rank. XX33X7. A It II (ITT. On May !, IM:. at New Haven. Conn. Leifnind Ahhott. Krltn.1i nre Invited to attend tho f.ineral from hit laic reslduicc, chapel it . on Wedeeidny. ASTIIS.-In IMrls. Ajril in. William Aator. In the (Uth ear of hUn.'r. Funeral lervlrra will he he'd at Trinity Chapel on Tlitir-xlay inorniny, .Ma" 32. at 10 o'clock. Relatlrea an I liliinli me teapert.'uily Invited to attend. II.VTI i:iCMllKi:.-ou Vlondaj, May I), 18U2. at 403 York rt .Jcriey t'ily, N. J-, the beloved aonoJohn an I Anmo llatternhee, aced 18 tnonthi, frlc.i'l. nre In lied to attend the funeral from the rtK.dncoiir hfa parent. 403 York it., on VVednes iUj afternoon nl 2 o'clock. II I'rKI.KY.-lm May i, nt Springfield. Mam., Kllra- belli jnicL'.cy. wife of William M. Uuckley, ated OS j ear, rilenti are Invited loattend the funeral from her hue residence, 1071 llfnh at., on VVedneidaylora noon at b.30 o'clock, nnd from the Cathedral at V o'clock, IiriCI-iKU-On May fi, J802, at Jariey City, Jl, ., l.oul lluriike, sued .1 yeara and 1 month. Funeral private. 'AK.Mi:R,-Cin May t, lBf)2. nt Rait Orange. K. J., Albert II. Ciiru-.er, aired 77 yiari. FrlendiarelnvlicJ to attend the funeral from the reiddrnce or hi, on In law, Jniuei T. Sheridan, 20 fcoutbUrov it., on Wedneaday nflcruoon at 2.30 o'clock, Intiriarnt at Falrmuunt Cemetery, CI.1NTUI K.-Oa May 10, 18UJ, at Newark, N.J. VII. Main It. I'llnlock, u.t-d 7 yeara. Fricndi are invited to uttend the funeral from the rrildei.rii of bin icivln law, J, li Itlohardaon, CI Wakeman i., Thuriilay afternoon at liSO o'clock. Inturinrnt nl Clinton Ctmetery. COI.I.INH.-0n MayU, lsi)2,ut W'eit Hoboken, Jauiei I'lillltii. aifid 35 yean. Krlemla nre un Ilea to utli nd Ihe funeral fromhli lata reahlcnce on llohnkeu ureal and I'atterton flank Koad, Welt Hoboken, ell WedueaJay forencon at i:Uu.li.fk, JO,N'i:itTV,-0n May 10, at Weal Haven, Conn., t'li.nk ('onrly, tnnnf Jamci Henry Conerty, aged 2 y.nri and.linoutlii. Interment private. CON.SOir.-nn May li, at Hartford, Conn., Oeori a t'onuor, nred 20 da) a, Frlrnda aru Invited to uttend the funeral from Hud- ami al, on Wedmiday aflernoon at 2 o'clock, and from hoiptta! C'O.N.NUIt.-Suiiday, May 8. 1S92, Charlea E. Con in r. formerly hers'eant Major Fourth New York I'm airy, ion of Iho late Charlei Connor of title clly, Funeral acrrlreant Ida late reildeuce, "lil North Car. olluaav, VVathlnitlon, I). (., at 2 I', M , Wednesday, May 11. Inttrmeut at National Cemetery, Ar.lng. ton, Va t.'OUK At vraihlns'ton, I'. C, on Monday, May 9, 1 hu J. Capt Joieph S. CooU, In the 04th year of lili are CH'I!TT.-On May 10, IHDJ.at Jersey City, Tlola May 1'iipciitt, djughler or Vincent W, and Mary Catherine Copcutt, aged 4 yean II month! and 10 rtayi. NMIro of luneral hereafter, t'llKilli'rr.-i'ii lu) rial llarKurd.Coun., Aadrtu Corlietl, aed f.O yrara. Frlenda nre lamed In attend the fsncral from lili late reiidence on Wedneaday afternoon at 2 o'olork, Cl'TURr Sunday evening, Mary l)o Witt C.ijlrr, widow ot Tlitolore CujKr of riilladilphta and danghttrof Ihe lata t!ar. ThomllDa Witt, t). D. of thla city. Funeral lerrlcn at herlata reildince, 314 Itadlinn ar., Wednetday morning, 11th Init, at 10 o'clock. Interment at Philadelphia. I)AVI8.-On May V, 102. at New Totk city, Jeule pavli, aged 03 yean. Notice of funeral hereafter. DE C.tNTRO.-At hla revtdenee. 244 Weit 2M at. bn Sunday, May 8. .Tnieph If. De Cnslro, Patt Adja tant l'hlt Kearny I'eit, No. S. O. A. n.. In the 48th year of Ms age. Funeral from tha 10th Street M. R. Church (near 8th ar.) on Wedmiday aftemnr n at 1 .30 o'clock. Com radee are earneilly Inrl'ed to attend. BRAKlVOn May 7. 1HH2. at Jersey City. Bell tirake. aged 34 eara 8 months and n days. Friends nre Invited to attend the funeral ntSnsra aonna Plain. N J 101 Kensington ar., on Wednes day afternnnn nt 3 o'clnclc. riRIEsnAOII.-On May B, 1892. at Jersey Clly. Oeorge W. Drieibnch, aged 77 )eara 7 months and 23daya. Friends are Invited tn attend the funeral from his late residence, 17HWhlton St., on Wednesday fore noon. at 8 o'clock. Interment at Roiement Blooms bury. Oolnmbla county, Pa. ET.tl r.It.-0n Tuesday, 10th Inst., at Flamford. Conn , John Elder, aged 35 years. Friends aro Invited tn attend the funeral from his late residence. Bait Main St., on Wednesday after noon nt 3 o'clock, KXnKI.KE.-On May 8. 1802, at Newark, N.J., Fredrick Engetke, aged CO eira 10 months and 4 days, Frltnds are Invited to attend the funeral from his late residence. 2fiO Mulberry st , on Wednesday. MayU, nt 2:30 o'clock. FAI,I.O!S'.-0n May E, Peter Fallou, natlva ot Ey mourt, county Oalway, Ireland. Fnner.it will tako place front Ills late residence. 247 n ei jjeinai., on inursuny. at jtnu r. m. inier inent Cnlv ary Cemetery. FITZIMONK-On May R. 1HS2, at Newark. K, J James ntzlmnns. aged 32 years. Friends are Invited lo attend ths funeral from his late reitilenre. 2IC South Dili it. on Wednesday I forenoon at 8 30 o'clock. I FlX.-On May li. 18112. at Harrison. N. J.. F.mlle Fix on ot Margaret and the lata Gottlieb Fix, aged 21 yeara n months and b days. Friends nre Invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, corner F.ssex and Iststs, on Wednes- day'aftemoon at 2 o'clock. FOKn.-On Monday. May f). 1802. Mary A.. beloved wife of William Ford, aged 63 years snd 20 da) s. Foneral service at her lale residence, 044 Lnrlmer St., Brooklyn, H. I) , on Wednenlay evening. May 11, at 8 o'clock. Funeral Thursday morning at 10 o'clock, Relatives and friends aro Invited tn attend. Newark, N, J., papers please copy. FOKsTr.lt,-On May 8. 181)2, at Hoboken. N. J. Frederick Fuiter, aged 7C yeara. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, 83 Adams St., Hoboken, on Wednes day afternoon at 2 n'ctook, FOX.-OnMay 10. 18U2, at Merlden. Conn., Margaret Fox, aged 7 yoars. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral on Thursday, May 12, from St. Hose's Church, at II o'clock. CARniNEII. On Monday, May 0, 18D2. at his residence, '. East Mill st , David L. Gardiner, son of the late Hon. Pavid Gardiner. Funeral services will beheld at St. James's Churcb. Mvllinn av. and 71st st.. on Wednesday. May 11, at 10 o'clock A. M. Interment at Eaii Hampton, Long IilAiid. Please omit floors. GIM.BTTI'.-On May 0. 18H2. at Hartford, Conn.. Harrison A. Gillette, aged 7B years. Friends am Invited loattend tho funeral from his lata residence, 2C7 High st., on Wednesday after noon nt 2:30 o'clock. Gil. MOKE. Mays, Mary Ollmore, natlva of connty Plign. parish of DrumcttfTe. Birlal on Wednesday. May 11, from 422 East 20th St., at 12 o'clock; thence to 8t. George'a Church tor funeral aen Ice. Friends and relatives requested tn attend. GRIFFIN. On Sunday, May 8, 1802, at SCO Newark av., Jersey City. N. J., Mary, tho beloved v.lfe of the late John Griflln, aged CO years 4 months and Oda)s. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence. CCtl Newark av., on Wednesday fore noon at I) o'clock, and from St. Joseph's Church at 10 o'clock. Holetnn requiem mass. IIAONKY.-On Monday, May It. John llagney. be loved son of James and Bridget llagney, lu the 22d year of his age. Funeral from hla tats residence, 210 West 18tb St., on Wednesday at 2 P. M. Interment In Calvary Cem etery. IIAniING.-On May 3, at Jacksonville. Fla. All thin Harding. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her late residence. New Haven, on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment at Evergreens Cemetery, IIAKHIMO..-On May H. 18U2. at Newark. N. J.. Mamie Alma Harrison, eldest daughter of William It. and Anna M. Ilarrlion. aged 20 years Friends Hre invited lo attend the funeral from the Wlcklirr Preibyterlan Churcb. 13th av., on Wednes day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Intorzucnt at FAlrtnuunt Cemetery. IK) 1X3 E. On May 7. at Glastonbury, Conn , Catharine E. Hodge, aged CO years Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her late resident o. East Hartford, on Wedneailay after noon at 2 o'clock. IIOI.I.EKAN.-On May 0. 1802, at Jcney City, N. J. Catherine Holleran. aged 37 years. Friends are lniite.1 tu attend the funeral from her late residence. 74 take it., on Wednesday forenoon nt'J o'clock, and from ht. John's n C. Church at I) o'clock. Interment at Hudson Connty Catholic Cemetery. IIORSjFaM.U-On May 0. at Hartford, Conn. Edith Andrey Horsfall, daughter of Luke and Mattle llors fall, nged 13 eara tl months. Friends aro Hit lied lo attend the funeral from her late residence. 120 Oak at, on vv ednesdsy af tirnoon at 3 o'clock HOTTI.N'HOTir.-On Sunday. May 8, Georga M. llotlenroth. In the Ctlth year of his age. P.v.athei and friends am respectfully Invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday, May 11, at 2 P. M , from his late residence, til Joralemon at., Prooklyn. Ill'RHEI.I..-nn May 0, at Bridgeport. Conn. Caro line M. llubbell. widow nt Levi IL llubbelk Notice of funeral hereafter. . KllltN'.-On May I). JK1U. at Jersey City. N. J., Kasper Kern, aged 07 years 3 months snd 14 days. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, IS Cambridge av., on Wednesday fore-noi-tat 10 o'clock. lll.CNCKKN'.-On May 0. 1802, at Hoboken, Ed ward Eeuncken, aged 2 1 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. X.A UOl'.lir, At Macon. O.v. on Saturday, 7th Inst., 8arn1i E.. widow ot Adrian V. La Roche, formerly ot Savannah, and daughter ot the lato Jeremiah L. Knappof this city, Relallv cs and friends are Invited to attend the funeral aetvlccsat the residence of her brother, Samuel T. Knnpp. 34U West r,7th st., on Wednesday afternoon, at half past 2 o'clock. I.r.UTIIK.-On May II. 1892, at Hoboken, Hermann W. J, Leutlie, agedO months and 10 days. 1'iincml private, I.VI KlNGst. On Tuaiday. May 10. at Astoria. I I, Charles Lucklngs, aged 77 years 3 months and 27 dais. Relatli es and friends, alsornembers of Astoria Lodge. Nn. Im. I, o. t. F arercspectrully Invited to attend his funcralfrom his late residence, 83 llldgo street, Thursday, May li. at 2 Ft M. Phlln'tdphlapsjieri p'e.iie copy I.YON.-lln May P. 1802, at Kowark, N. J.. Oliver I.) mi. aged 70 years. rrlends are Invited to attend the funeral from his lateresldencc.nl Prospect st.. on Thursday aftir- roon at 2 30 o'clock. MAGITIKF.-On May 8, 1802, Margaret Magulre, lister of Mrs. Capt. IV. P., Miilllner, In her 82d year. Relatives ami friends are respectfully Invited to at lend the runeral at Little Silver. N. J Thnrsday, May 12,nt2'3). Pennsylvania train, foot of Cort land! St., l'.'.r.O. MATIIEWH.-On Sunday. May , Maria Mathews, widow of O. M. Mathews, In her r.nth year, Fcmrnl services at her late residence, 114 Av. C, New York city, on Wednesday ntternonn at I o'clock. MIT"Iir.I.I..-Suddenly. of pneumonia, on May n. Peter MltUiell. lu his 32d ear, at his lale residence. 3 Charlton st. funeral services this evening nt 8 o'clock. Interment Wednesday at II) A. .V., at Greeowool Cemetery. Funeral strictly private, Mltr,-4)n Monday, May P, Agnes, wife ot James H.Moore, aved US )earr. Funeral from In r late residence, Sll 3d av.. Wednea diy, May 11, at 1:30 Y. M. MOOItl. -At Jersey City, N,J May 0, 1802, Mar garet Moore, aged 4 years 11 months and li days. Notice of funeral hereafter, M I'M. IDA . -On May U, at Norwalk, Conn , James Muldgan, aged 70 years friends ure invited to attend the funeralon Wednes day fo'ennon at D o'clock from Nt. Mury'a Church. Interment at Ft. Mary's i'i metcry, M UUBA Y.-At Newark, N, J., May 10. 181: Oeorge Murray, son of John and Ann Murray, aged 1 )ear r.inonlbi and 2u dais. Friends are invited tn attend the funeral from the reitdance of parenti, 87K Hlnne st, aSfcOOVI.K.N'. On Monday, the tub Init., Joieph. the beloved sun of Michael and Anule Mi'Govern. Solemn requiem tusss nt Hie Church of the Nativity. 2d av. on Widnesday at lo o'clock, alrfil)IRI..-.M Jersey City, N.J , on May 10, 18U2, John Mcflulrl, aged 43 years. Friends are Invited to attend tl.e runeral from his late residence, 2IIU I'.a Iroiel av., un Tburaday, May 12, nt lie'elook A.M., and frum St. Brldget'a It, C. Church at lOn'cioek, lutsriaent at Hudson County U. C. Cemetery, A -H fl The ' 'i ; j Pure Food -i Bil1 11 before Congress is intended ) i to protect you from those J Jji dishonest people who adver- tl I ; tisc one thing and sell you an- ' , j " other. The bill requires that .j' baking powders shall be ,w I plainly labeled as to their , 4 I component parts. I'' Law or no law, you are pro- M tcctcd when you buy Clcvc- lit: land's Baking Powder. Evcrv If Jl'' && l ft M ingredient is plainly printed IT on each label. There is noth- SI ing to conceal about Clcvc- jjf.j j land's Baking Powder. j " - --: j! OH'XNi:i1. on Maj i. t Now ltiun, Conn, ,i Mnurlrr Jnlm O Cotinell, nifert 4l)yeA', ' i Friatiil,aro tn it 1 t ntlnni. Itm fitnei'M trrnw hit il late retlilciicc, 117 i'linpfl nt , on Uutoi'liy fur Z M nnn nt 0 o'clock, ainl fnun fit l'itrlik I'tPirch rti Jm lt.r.0 A'clock. intornunt nt st .tfUnir.Pn rcuietcry, '( u rowr.UH.-On sumlii), .viyH,m llrliU'tport. Conn, il . Friends nre In.ltcd to rtuil tho futionU from Mt M j! Ifttn rcfltlfurr. 117 KalrlltM a v., on Wotlnoula y ;?- afternoon at :j ('elo-lc. y? n IlOIlIaVKO.V,-(nMr it IMC, fttMotitoweie. Conn, lrf 'jV Frlrndi nr? ttnlteil to uttrjut tlio ftincral from her ,"' sKl luto rcftlence on Wtdn-mUy ftftorroon. nt rrom l'irt tho !tAaitttrl.iiriftt 2 i.clnrk, Hplntise tnltel SH to atlcirl witlio.it rurtlirr notice, fin SACKr.TT.-(n Jloml.iy innrnttiir, .Mny 9, Will lain 'Hi It SJckitt. lnthcVJilyoat nf liUnca. ifl' Pselallri nml IrlnuU me tnxttc.l to Aitcml tl flUl fnncral srric'Biit t U Ut rcn.'iur, 121 Iftl loiu 'flix nt.. ou Wdilntiday ofttrnodii At 4 u'clork. Kla.lty ?i nnlt flowerit. j54jp'1 HA W IlKKS.-nn Mny l 1M'J, at ll.irtfofrt, Conn, J' iff I.mlly au!nlpr, nM "H ynti. r H FrienJn aro lntitnl to atten 1 tho tancrnl from Peep 'Ifi&'Jl Rler, Conn, on the nrriv.il cf tl. 2-lor, M, train '"'JSt- WVitncslHy. Stftji Si:i:ia:V.-On May R nt Nw Haven. Ctfin. Mr. 1(1 J Seeley. olco uf fun.rnl he riiftcr. ,V? ? ij Sr.r.r.KY.-tJnllay V. nt e. 11 iven. Conn.. Alintra Tfi 4 Frlendit HU'linltnl to iitttiiil tho fun oral frum btt j late rec.ilem', r.". vtv )kt ht..nn Tl'urmlnv. s l ' HIlA.NN(N.-nn Miy . nt llri.!f;ep&rt. Conn., lV. J i ThnniA shinnon, nv,'Mi:tt yeun. $ l ' Frlendn are lniud to utttn I the funeral from th ' , J' I rtnldfnco of hU Ijrothor, Jai.ten li. xihluuon'l. --I R.iuto'rloct, ami from St. itruitttio Olnireli tt fl 'j' o'clock, wh-Mi a lilcti maun rf r.-ijuVin trill ti o.TereiL tS q . HSIITII.-Oa Miy i. ls:j, utStainrorJ, Conn.. Laura H i Smith, wire of .Inlm n hmitii. need 71 yean. f. ll1 Filends are Intitril to nttnil Hi funertl from tho , wwlj Tefidnr of James I. H(ip!y, KaH Main it., on ij JlI J Tin: rati j y afteruooti at .) o'clock. Intvrmeut at U 5w Vernon, Conn. 1 2li HTJ:VK..-Kt Iloborn. N. J., on April P. 1BP2, gj Murtha Stevens infint ilnutriiter of Williniu and V ,a-j i:tlen Met nt. nufl 1 jenr an12 month & ffl Friends are tntiti-tl to nitcn.1 tho funernl (mm her IT' lnte rtvi'lenre, 71 Clintrn it . Hoboken. on WcJnct w H day nftcrnonn nt 2 o'clock. $ if-. j KTItlT(K. nn Mny 10. nt hli home. 18 State &wi- John F only ton of August Struck, ngjd 2 )tara j,y J 4 mmtlji fur I Kotlce nf funeral to-morrow. ji SVUNF.R,-(in the Hth InM., at Weit Prlffhton. '4,l Coney Ut tu J. of heart failure, Jl.iry O'Connrll bum- v jw f ncr. ased 32 eara witjil . Itelatlves nnil friend are tntitefl to attenl tho "OlRVri funeral from the Church ot tho flnnrdtnn Aturel at ili'J 10A M Wcdoifdny, 11th lint, lnternitnt In Cat. 2?lJlft 1 TOieiX. A'.bie. daughter of tl.o Into IMnarrt McOlU $& Tobln, dtpirted tliU life Wa li, at her loildenco, li lu (j .tU Crrenw frli av. u '5, j ': Finn ml from M. Joseph's Church, Wednesdar. at t i'l 30 30 A M. ''Ifr? TICK i:U.-On Ma) 8. Ellen, hclorcd wlfo of noberl fl ;j Tucker. Trjjj 4J FuneranVedneilay. Vay 11. at 0.30 A.M. from her B1n'' lato resident e, 1.17 Knfit 101th st., tlirnca to St. "gl jl. Cecelia' Church, liatt 10(Uh St., Mhero x solomn , .Jl mtsa of requiem will be oflerod up for thoreposo t $ 7' of her foul. g rrsOX.-ni Pundnyr Jlay 8, at Uriel report. Conn., igj Folly L'jaon, widow of Henry D. Cpron, aged 75 lit'! 1 yiars 3 monllm nnd T dayi. tMti l Frir-ndaare lmited loattend tlio funeral from her L I lutereaidene.SK.rark a v.. on Wcdnendiy forenoon 4f J WAT.SO.V -On Tuesday, May 10. Charlotte Berry 4 H J Watson, daaichterof the late Ahram J, Herry, M. U, - or li--ooklyn. ?4 Funeral service from the residence of her brntheMn- '!? 1 law. Dr. I). M Patldjon. 30 West 7th st.. Thuraday, k$i at 10 ov lock AM. "3; fi 1VII.SON.-On May 9, 1RH2, at 21 West 133d it, ,l.i "i C. C. Wilhon. li I 1VITTI.K. On Mav 1. 102 Florenco Wetlinrton. 1 heiored wlfo of VilllnnClitus Witter. t(i $ Relative and friend are invited to attend funeral u aervicesut the Dakota. 1 West 72d St.. Wedntiday i 3 ctenlmr. May 1 J. ntH o'clock. , 't' 1VtHriiANN,-OnMay D, 18J2, at Iluboken. John v mj Woltmauu, aired tttj ears. isfil I Friends nre Invited to ntteul tho funeral from bis late 'iH 1 residence. 12ft Ncvtnrkst., Hoboken, on Wednesday 'ffifu fi afternoon at 2 o'clock. ""Sn f WJinAO.rUX -On May , 1802, at Jersey ftlty, '-g 1 Chftrlc Wreatrneux, FJ "g Friend are invittd to attend the funeral fromhli y 7 late residence. JbbWtlnterav.ou Wtdnes lay after TiJ if noon at 2 o'cloik. 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