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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1692. t '!$ HABCOIFS ON IffLJfACOBS. raa.BTCB'JUiiJD jM3Quahwt r.wtrt4p jt WITH .JBOaf A n H Ss Anrasrtosl am iCkarK r tattles Ran far s Blacrdatty Sanaa aBa TV Tavstsm to tka Taabarlth Other rrUaaara Ha Sara It Wsuj sua, Ontraca. DeteetlTBrK6&ntaToaQrtohtand Me Knight arrested Solomon JTaeobt ot 1,073 Madison aTenno yeitordar moraine Jnt as hs quitted bit house, and took him to the (lenoral Sessions. II mi amlsnad before Judee Fitzgerald upon an Indictment ohnrsr. lne him as a prlnolpal In keeping a disorderly house at 103 Allen street. CnrL Crosa ot the Eldridtt street pollct rallied tho house rooentlr and arretted the proprietress, Amolla Weinberg. Bhe vat sunt to tho penitentiary (or alx month. Then Capt. Cross went before th Qrand Jury and procured tho lndlotment o! Jacob for leatlnic the house at 103 Allen street to her, knowing that It was to boosed a a disorderly house. Jabobs plcadod not guilty, and Judee Fits gtrald fixed ball at $1,000. Jacobs, who it a real estate dealer at ID 'Wall street, waa exponslroly dreasod and car ried a oostly silk umbrella. He looked rery much put out when he was taken baok to the prisoners' box. In default ot ball, and locked op with tho ordinary prisoners. Boon attarward Deputy Sheriff Whalen went to the prisoner' box to take the prisoners who bad been disposed of by the court baok to tho Tombs. He handoutfod them, as usual. In fcandcufflna tho other prisoners he cot around Jo Jacobs, and sllppod a handcuff on hla wrist noobs was in a fury in a momont. Ho pro tested loudly, and struiraled. laceraUne his wrist He said that It waa an outrago to hand cod a man worthoyer (200,000. Just then an offloer from tho District Attor ney's oOlao appeared, and said that Jnaoba's i wire and several friends wero in thoDistrlot Attorney's office ready to Rive ball' for htm. Deputy Sheriff Whalen took Jnoobs down to the District Attorney's office. The proposod bondsman, however, had not appeared, and, after a few minutes, Whalen sot tlrod of wait ins and took Jacobs to tho Tombs. Boon afterward th bondsmnn, Abraham Cohen ot 0 Baxter streat, liurrlod into tho Dis trict Attorney's office, and Jacobs, still woar Ins th handouffs. was brought hack from tho Tombs. He was boiling over with Indignation then, and his wife was equally furious. She declared that it was scandalous that hor hus band, a rich man, should bo treated as an or dinary prtsonor, ospoclally as sho was also rich In nor own right As soon as the bail bond was perfected Jacobs waa released, and he wont away vowing vonReanoo against Deputy Sheriff Whalon. Mrs. Jacobs said, In her husband s behalf, that he bought the housont 103 Allen stroet about three months ago and expelled nil ot tho fnmalo tenouts that lie belioved to bo living Improperly, Amolla Weinberg got Into tho house without his knowledge by hiring her apartments direct from thu janitor. lite wAsnisarox topics. Thing of Interest Happening; In and Out or the Ilalla ofCoaKresa. WAHmitaTos. June 3. The House devoted Itself to tho further consideration of tho Tost Office Appropriation bill In Commlttco of the Whole, but adjourned without completing it. An ainondment reducing by ten per cent, the compensation of railroads for mail transporta tion was rejectod, and an nmondmont provid ing that no part of the monoy appropriated for stamped envelopes should be used In rrlntlng on these envelopos the addressos of business firms was adopted, as was also an nmondmont providing that no part of the monoy appropriated for clerks on ocean Mcnm ships shall bo expended In carrying out contracts hereafter mado under the provisions t f tho Ocean Mall Subsidy act, Mr. WIsolDoni.. Vo.) offered an amendment providing for tho rppeul of tho Subsidy act, but Mr. Loud randotho point of ordor nguinst it that It repeals oxltlne law. Mr. Wise, how ever, contended that his iiraemlnii'ntwasin or o -r because It reduced expenditures. Tho Inilrat tirsthold that theiiiuendaient was In ti.o IntwcW nf retrenchment, and therefore In order, but afterward, desiring to make an ex a iilnatlnn of tlio subject, tin withdrew his rul ing, and tho mutter was passed over tempora rily. Secretary Blaino mot the President this morning for the first time In ten days at tho regular Cabinet mooting, whloh convened at 11:30. Secretary Blaine came in promptly with Secretary Ellclnx. and tha two walked up tho steps to the Cabinet room together. Secre tary Blntna usually takes the elevator. In the Cabinet room all tho mem hers had anon tiled. cept Secretary Tracy. Mr. Blaine romalnod In tho Cabinet room nnlynhnut llftoen min utes, when ho left and drove over to his ros. denco nnd then to the cinlereneo at the Ktt8 Diipnrtnieiit with the Hon. liporge Foster. Ca nnnliin Minister of I'innnre, .mil tho Hon. Mn Jviwln llmvull. (.'nnudlan JlinlMo- of Militia. Tlmol.jtct of tlicnfirnnci i to aettlo tlio dilTercnces i etween the twoeourtrles arising fr m the ovnctlon of tolls on American vessels passing through the W.dbind Cunal. Tho con ferenct) will ltnevor.tl days. Thesub-cnmmlltpoof tho House Committee on Inter-State and Foreign Commerce ap reintpd to niako n lur-llnilnurv invohtlgntlon iDtn the alleged Heading Itallroad deal re ported totho full commlttoo to-dny that it had secured enough evldeneo to warrant a full in jrttlgatlnn. nnd reenm mended that It be mnde. Tin sithjoet wan informally dlscusspd hy flu. lullrominltrpti nnd rostponpd until Tuesday P'lt.nhpn It is to bo taken tipiind disposed of. xinm tho discussion to-day it is thought that tn cnmmittiMi will adopt a resolution recom mending the Inquiry. lteprpsentatlvo Itlehardson of Tennesspi) rmsseouredn promlso from Speaker Crisp to rocoKtde him on Monday npt to nioe the urenlnn of tho rule for Hip pnstmgpofa hdl providing for Iho repeal of nil laws which Impiiso a tax of ton pnr oent. on circulation of al other than national banks, and which dis criminate In taxation ugaln-t Hip circulating n iles of htato bauks and rituto banking asso cl.itlons. Daniel Brown. Pecretniy of tho Food Mnnu F"turers' AssoelnllO'i. aeronipunlod by Itep lentatln CuminlngH of NVw York, called '(on the lV.-sldenl th's morning mid Invited hi n to -it New York ntnlopen tlio Food Ex-rn-Uon. which will bo held in Madison .Square Pardon, sliming (M. 1. The I'lesldont px-rr-'Mnl nimsell inueh Interested in the pv pesltlnn. am pronilwe.Vt.. l... piesont If IiIboiM clul ilutlei UIJ not Inli'r'ere. The Kloeits In the Ve', lMUAStroMv, Juno :t. -The Hoods which hnvn proallod hereabout for thieodnys ho gan to subside. veMordfy. Imlng niud threo lm hf k deep In houses. The gravel streets aro rushed out and thu brklc Pavements under minol Thn damage to the additions to tlio el!iml.'nr.l., rinn"T1 a'T! "'-tlmnillKl.OOO. t, .!., .1 ti it ,. violent Will.1 n ml -nl onn vl-ited lH-i.t iiiel r.Uvf.l'.V ?o unt i" Iitps. ay niKhl. rever-.l biil,dinc wr ds Bjollfched, und mm man was KIlTed by IlVht Tho high wator In the Mcrarr.o' Hher hns destroyed hundreds of faini,.. Thu Viillwav frldgo over Spring Creek a) iale and t n restlo apprnnchlng the l.ridgn ..ve tl e Mera" taop. between Cuba and htcelville, Wor ;'t J?1?'"!?1,1'' Ji"ni ;'!7Mn",, "lun nn In-b of rain Wl In tUs city within nn hour last night. ' t... Itiectswore flooded from curb to curb. To la.nage to proporty was very groat. Htevrord llerreru Commits Suletile. Eocnrsxiit. June 3. Antone Horrors, stow tod of thn ItochcstorClub, died this morning bi tho City Hospital from tho effects of mor Thine t olson. taken with suicidal intent. Her rsra had been drinking. Ho was formerly em ploj ed at the Gllaey House, in New York. Ilerrera was a Mexican, nnd was at tho Oil. tey lloiife sixteen yenrs. eventually becoming e.id waiter. His last employment hero was with the FIvuA's. Whllo at tho Gllsey he married, nnd n year lator attempted suicide by thoatlng himself. Aftor his reoovory lie sen. arnti'ii from ills wife. Ho leaves a son 15 ysurs old. Wounded Her Former Lover, Killed tier elf. Sr. Louis, June 3. Magglo Sullivan, a do mestic, sent a noto last night to Potor Mo Creech, a former lovor, requesting him to moot tf' .W'en McCreech mot her shn upbraided nin rordosertlngher and marrying anothpr .Woriiiin. Then sho shot him In tho head. In. r!Ml."rT,ft.,!'"bably mortal wound, and shot anil killed harsolf, I'i'annrd to Blow Ci' m Holler fne'orr, Ciiuino, June 3. Tho Timts this morning 'ports the discovery of aplun to blow up the loll r factory of William McUregor. Three Jjeii who hired a room In a house across (ho t'pet Irorn the lactory woro suspected, and an xamlnnllun of thn room revealed a quantity ?H. ,'.niv",,,er ",n ''lectile battery, and wires . """JO '"(f'n lactory. Thu men hsvii ilNiip. u?.l- V'!, "wn,Jr "' ,llu factory bellevos I H' are strikers. HEJT BOOBS. ftrtefXevlems of Important and Interesting Now Fnblteatlona. It look a though Mr. Rider Haggard's " Bhe" were th source ot Inspiration for "Tho Goddess ot Atvatabar." a novol by Mr. William aSradtbaw (J. F. Douthltt). but tho later story U no torvlle Imitation of Its distin guished model, Tho Atvatabareso Qoddoss Is highly startling croaturo. In the mattor of color the sotmsto have had tho assistance neither' ot good taste nor ot good fortune, for her hair Is bluo and hor ekln yellow, and It Is hor habit to wear a vermilion tiara while sit ting upon a divan upholstorod In croon velvet She suits Mr. Lexington Whlto. howovor, a gentleman who was ennblod to And h sr by the simple oxpedlont of tailing through a holo In tho tea Into tho Interior of the earth. Mr. White, a Mew Yorkor. with eyos like soup plates (tee Illustrations), and otherwise of a distinguished personal appearance, was on his way to tho north polo In an Ironolad yacht when tho holo In quottlon oponed up botoro him. The yacht was bombarding tho Arotto leo pack with rackarock bombshells, and rapid ly pulverizing It, and Mr. Whlto, Incongruously but interestingly olad In tho uniform of a Field Marshal ot franco, was languidly regarding the operation. All of a eudden the yaoht bo gan to tall Into tho hole, and when It fotched up th high-colored Qoddoss of Atvatabar was at band. Borne tlmo wat tpont In doing tho country. Mr. Whlto tailod In an airship and rode on metnlllo grasshoppors tovonty foet high, whlob are used In Atvatabar tor cavalry horses. Ho also hoard tinging by a vast assemblage of twin souls, and he reports It at having been an oxtraordlnary performance "It wat a roar ot Invlnolblo music," hs says. He addt: "I crlod aloud amid a Chlmborazo of tong, a hundred-craterod Popocatepetl ot aweot strains. The audlonce, enrapturod with the olimax, becamo an Inforno of passion, laughter, tears, and felicity." Then the God dess accommodated Lexington White with a klst. which was a "whirlwind of fire and toars," and after a noat administration ot rackarock to such as ralsod objoottons he bo came Deity-Consort and commander ot tho airship and the grasshopper squadron. Mr. Julian Hawtliorno, In an Introduction, pro nounces this story " a work ot art which may rightfully be tormad great" Wo should say to I A Popocatapetl ot tweet strains indeed 1 " What To Do." by Mrs. Ollvor Bell Bunco (D Appletonit Co.), Is eo small a volumothat It would nevor bo noticed In tho coot pocket and yet its oontontsare of a highly momentous charaoter. It Is a companion to tho memora ble book called "Don't" and It Is a guide In the labyrinth ot etiquetto. It oxplatns Intro ductions, tho correct use ot cards, tho laws regulating calls and Invltatlonsandletter writ ing ; describes what is proper In dress for ladlos and for gontlemon: consldors the woll-brod man and the well-bred woman; Ulumlnatos the subjects of dinners, receptions, betrothals, weddings, and christenings, and treats of a good deal besides In the samo gonernl line. It seems to us as though we had noticed a very general Infraction ot somo of thn laws which Mrs. Bunco lays down. Sho says, for instance, that ladies should nevor wear diamonds in tho street, and that In walking In tho street they should turn out to tho right and never stop to look In at the shop windows. The laws of eti quette aro notoriously laws of powor, but some practices aro so rooted in human nature that It aeoms noxt to hopeloss to attempt to do away with them. The humor of Mr. Maarton Maartens Is well worth reading. It is a vory honest humor, nnd a very downright, and It only adds to the pleasurable effect to know, ns overybody must know, that the author himself rejoices in It as much as oven tho mostkeenlydlsposed roadcr. Ho has a way of chuckling his tun along which is not only wnrrnntnhlo hut desirable and de lightful, and "A Quostion or Taste." which Is a novel about a mayonnlse dressing for 6alad (Lovoll. Coryell k Co.). abounds in illustrations of the point. Wo should call it a rather un usual story, and certainly it Is a vory cheerful and a vory amusing one. " Pratt Portraits Sketched in a New Eng land Suburb." by Anna Fuller (G. P. Putnam's Sons), is a book of stories illustrating Now England oharacter by the same sort of natural methods that Mary Wllklns employs. We read hero how Aunt Betsy Pratt a spinster and a vory timid woman, worked herself into a suf ficiently courageous mood to hnvo hor photo graph taken: how William Pratt, a deliberate man. who was thought to sympnthlzo with tho Southern secessionists, promptly boenmo n soldier whon Fort Sumter was tired upon, and died for tho Union cause; and much clso, varied In Incident but similar in kind. Tho tales are carefully and skilfully told, and It Is easy and agreeable to read them. " Folly nnd Frosh Air." by Edon Fhillpotts (Harper & Brothers), is a nnrratlvo essay upon tho subject of a trout fishing expedition to the Dartmoor region In Devonshire. It Is u pretty long narrative, but this was not an expedition of exports, and the Incidents wero amusing and are treated in an amusing way. " The Philadelphia Mngazlnos and tholr Con tributors." Ly Albert II. rimytli (llobcrt M. Lindsay. Philadelphia), is an account covering the period from 1741 to 1830. Tho first monthly magazlnos In America woro issued In Philadelphia in tho year first named, and thoy were antedated by only ten yoars by tho famous frntlfntan'$ Magazine of London. The two Philadelphia magazines worn published respectively by Benjamin Franklin and An drew Bradford. BradfoidV. called tho Amer ica Majaiiitr. lasted only through throe numbers, and tho New York Historical Society possessor the only copy now known to exist Franklin's, called the General Magazine and Ilntorlral Chronicle for all the flritlth I'lanta linnt in Amenta, died at tho fifth or sixth Issue. Mr. Smyth's book gives a grent quan tity of details of tho periodical Philadelphia lltoraturo which followod, affording numerous quotations and considerable Interesting In formation regarding porsons. " Moonbllght," by Mr. Dan Beard (Charles L. Wobstor & Co.), Is an Illustrated story directed against existing social conditions. It protests in a curious and Interesting manner that tho good things aro not fairly divided. Moon blight, according to tho author, means tho conservative nnd wrong way of looking nt things. But a better tlmo Is coming, and this story, with Its satirical and allegorical pictures. Is an offur to huston It. Tho plcturos show us tho rich man trying to drlvo a enmol through the eye of a needle: tho rock ot conservatism causing a tumult In the stream of progress; 8atnn's promlsos crowded with peoplo in train drossos and swallow tails, and much moro of tho kind. "Six Foetof Ilomanoe," a fanciful sketoh gracefully Illustrated. Is included in tho volume. Of newly published novels we noto "Tho Blacksmith ot Voo." by Paul Cushlng (Hnrpor Brothorslj "Roger Hunt." byCella Parker Wooley (Houghton. Mlfllln, .V Co.); " Thn Story of Francis Cludde," by Stanloy J. Wermnn: "Mrs. Loslle and Mrs. Lennox," a New York story by an anonymous author, and " A Wedding Trip." by Emilia Fordo Ba zan, translnted by Mary J. Serrano (Cassell Companyl; "Onoqua," by Francos C, Spar hawk ll.ee A Shepard. Bostonl; " Well Out of It," by John Habborton (John A. Taylor .t Co.); " Confessions of a Bachelor," by John Btrange Winter (Wnvorly Company): "Tho MoDor mot?" by Jonathan Perlam (Band, McNally, 4 Co.). and "Auld LIcht Idylls." by James M. Barrio (M.J. Ivors .t Co.). Tho current number of Jlomanee Is full ot good things. Tho selections Include talosby VIotorlon Bnrdou. Kmllla Pardo Bazan, Al phonse Dainlet, Guy do Maupassant, and Georges Ohnct.and a number of fresh and remiablo anonymous stories. "In and Out of Threo Normandy Inns," by Annu Bowmnn iwj, n book of descriptive skotchos. very ably and charmingly written, with Illustrations bye. S, llolnhart nnd others, Is published by Lovell. Coryell & Co. "Handbook on Nmal Ounnory." by Cyrus S. Bndford. I', K N. i, vun Knttmud Com piny". Is n handsomely and vory conveniently prepared volumn I'viumled fo,' the urn uf thu United States Navy and tho Statu Nuvol ltu- servos. It Is In the form ot questions nnd answers, and teems to bo comprehonslvo, woll arrongod, and clearly oxprossed. It It sup plemented with a numbor of tables naa plates. A now and revlsod edition of William Black's novel. "Kilmeny."lt published by th Har pors. "Don Flnlmondono'Ms the tltlo of a llttlo book of ohnrmtngly written sketches, most of thorn relating to the Calabrlan peasantry, by Mrs. Elisabeth Cavazza (Chariot L. Webster A Co.). "Connecticut Itlvor Itoedt." a book ot the terses of the late Joslah Dean Canning, the farmer poet sometimes called tho " Peasant Bard," Is published by Josoph Qoorgo Cupples. Boston. Cot. A. K. MoOlure's valuable and vory Inter esting recollections ot "Abraham Lincoln and Mon ot War Times," tovoral numbers ot whloh were published serially In Tnn Bun, aro affordod In a bound volumo by the Timet Publishing Company. Philadelphia. A full report of the banquot given by the Chamber ot Comroorce to Mr. Whltelaw Held on tho ocoaslon ot his return from the post ot United States Minister to France I Issued from tho Chamber ot Commerce Proas. "AFowActs and Actors In the Tragedy of the Civil War." by William Bender Wilson, a military telegraphor In war times. Is pub lished by tho author In Philadelphia. "Tho Reflections ot a Married Man." by Robort Grant a woll wrltton and amusing skotch, with plonty that seems to be realism In It, Is published by Charlos Borlbner's Sons. "Tho Vacation Club," a book of various sctontlflo Information In the form of a story, by Adah J, Todd, it published by Thomas Whlttakor. "The Elements of Logic, Theoretical and Practical," by Dr. James II. Ilyslop ot Colum bia College, a book Intended tor beglnnert and for advancod students as well. Is published by Charles Bcrlbnor'a Sons. The report ot tho Htato Geologist of New Jersey for 1891 Is published by the John L. Murphy Publishing Company, Trenton. " Money, Silver, and FInanoe," by J. Howard Oowporthwalt Is In Its second edition. April complotod tho forty-third half year ot tho Caxturv Magazine, and tho bound volume. In Its effoctlve uniform of old gold and Vcddor, Is ready to fall In line upon the library Bhclf. The volume Is notablo artistically because it oontalns some of the most Interesting and wondorful prints In Timothy Colo's sortes after the old Italian masters. In varloty and worth tho reading mattor Is woll up to tho standard which makes each succeeding volume of this magazine an acquisition to American literature. ItEVULBED FROM XII B CUVtlCn. Mr. Uenjnmtn Accueed tbo Doorkcepor of Assault, Put Did Not Hake Out Ilia Case. Adolph Benjamin, n writer for tho Jetcith Mestcnger, was complainant In thoTorkvIlle Court yesterday against Max Sonnonscholn. doorkeeper nt the Hebrew Chilsdan Church, at 171 St. Mark's place, whom ho charged with assaulting him on last Sunday. Benjamin has written articles denouncing tho pastor, the Rev. Mr. Freshman, and racontly tho Itov. Mr. Gaeherloln. tho assistant pastor, sent him a letter requesting him to keep away from tho church. In splto of this .Benjamin wont to tho church on last Sunday evening. Dourkdcper Konnonschein rotused to ndmlt him, and Ilonjnmin tried to push his way in. Sonnon sclieln denied that lie had struck Benjamin and produoed witnexsos. Ho was discharged. tJrflernon Davtn'n JUtrthdny Anntverenrr. Bbvuvoir. Miss.. Juno 3. To-day Is thoan nlvorsary of tho birth of Jefferson Davis. Ho was born In Kontucky eighty-four years ago. In this Stato. under a resolution pnssod by the last Gonoral Assombly. tho dny Is a legal holi day, so doclarod"as a testimonial of loving consideration nnd high appreciation by the people of Mississippi, to romomber nnd cher ish with profound gratltudo the heroic deeds of JelTorson Davis In time of war. his superb nnd faultless bearing in time of peace, tho sublime spirit with which he bore tlio taunts ami jeers and oriticisms of a partisan world, nnd the sacrifice ho suUored so grandly for tlio people he loved and tho cause no belloved to bo right" Typewritten Motions Won't Ite llenrd. Bostok, June 3. Threo Justices of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting this morning, entered an order that hereafter all motions and other documents presented totho court must be printed, and then added that typewriting is not printing within tho meaning of tho order. Tho occasion of tho ordor was the presontntion to the court hynn attorney In a c.-n-o of n motion wrltton with the typewriter. Hereafter all papers must bo similar to thoso used in tho Circuit Court Mr. Ferrj' llequret to m Illncharatoa Clinrch. Charles B Perry's will has been offered for probate. Alter providing for hl mother, brother, and miter, he heo,u4Athi onethlrd of tha retldne of his eitate to Chrlit (Epiirnpall Churrh at PlnBTbainton. One ba'f i.f the bequest ia to be uaril In the purri.at- of a Ruhurban tot and tho eroctlou of a cu.vpej. Tlin other half la to be Inrested fur the iuaintetianre or tha cbapei. IIAItlXK IXTlll.l.IGKSCK mirurraa iivixic-tnu pit. Gunrliei.... 'iV Pun acta .. 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Ilr. jt.yon'e Perfect Tooth rowderi whltena the teeth and pntinei tha breath. 2f,c. HMITH.-On Juna 1, 1803, at Port Chester, N, T a on to Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith. CAni.r-MTJNDKBFOnD,-0n June 2, 1SP2, at Bherman. Conn., Mils Nettle llunfertoril to Mr. frank Cable. CARKT-O'IIRIT.N.-On Jnne i, 1891, tt rort Chester, N. T, Mr. James Carey and Mils Mai-ele O'Brien. CUAr.MAIvr-TTaMin.-vat nartrord. ConnH on Thuriday, June 3, 1802, by the Rav, Dr. R. V. Parker, asllited by tbe Rev, Joseph It. Twlchlll. Ilubert Washburn Chapman to Mlia Minerva Evelyn Tyler. CODT CIIirr.-At Bridgeport, Conn., Jnna 3. TBI), hy the Rev. rather O'Brien. John Cody to Mia) Hattle Crlppa. both of Brldieport Cel,L,IN8-BECK1TITir.-At Orasvllla, Man. Jnna 3. by tha Rear. Georfa M. Preston. Oeorta A. Colllna to Miss Emily A. Bsokwlth of Booth Man chaster. TAY-COFir.r,l.-On Jsne 1. 1R92, at 847 (Julncy it. nrookljn. N. Y.. hy the Rev. Dr. Scud Jer, Mlia Edith Rows Boofleld and Mr. William Doty Day. SO.'F.LIY Tiri.TT.-Ai Waterbury, Juna 2. 1803, by the Rev. Father MuleaJu, James Donelly to MlsiCathailna Tally. OORHAU-nENURICK.-In Rorwtlk, Conn. June 1, At 8 o'clock, In their new home, 40 Oshora av., tyman B. Oorham to Sarah L. tlendrlok, tha Rer. Olln Hallock ot Trinity Church omdatlni, nANllT-HIIEBIUAN.-At Newark, N. J., Jane 2. 1802. hy the Rer. Howard W. Ilayn. Elmer Handy to Clan B. Sheridan. noCHB-JB.NNINt3H.-At Sprtnrflsld, Juna 1. hy William It. Swallow, Samuel House to Mlsi Kmtaa Jennlnrs. both of Bprlnelleld, KNOTT ItoniNSON.-On Juna 3, 1802, at Tort Cheatar. N. Y., by tha Rev. B. O. Courtlce. Mini Louisa Robinson and Mr. Thomas Knott, both ot Tort Chester. MI:llAF.I.N-STCDV(rF.I.n-On May 81, 1802. at New York city, by the Rev. Mr. Wilson, Mlsa Amelia E. Stndwell aud Mr. William R. .Vllehaela. MORKKf,r,-TtTKEMS.-On Wednesday. Juna 1, 1802. at North Cos Cob, Conn , by tha Bar. Mr. Put ney, Miss Tllllo M. Turess and Mr. Atwood MorretL StOOIll-MINTON.-On May 17, 1892. at Uridre port. Conn, Mrs, 8. B. Mlnton. formerly of Port Chaster. N. Y.. and Mr. R. E. Moore of Port Chester. Mr. and Mrs. Moore will reside in Putnam. Conn. 1IORRUW VAN IIOUTEN.-At Newark, It. J.. May 25. 18U2. by the Rev. N. Brooks, Oeorg e E. Morrow to Ella E VAn Houten. . MeCARTN i:-RtK-AI Newark. N. J on April 37. 1802, by the Rer. John 8. Miller. Joseph Ma cartney to Jennie May Rne. OI.SEN-.ItTNE.-In Norwalk. Conn, hy tha Rev. George Van Alatyna Theodora Olsen. of the firm of Olorer k Olsen, to Miss Lnclnda June. IMKK-ATKINH.-At Manatletd Cit y.Conn.. by the Rev. W. C. Morris, A. K. Atkins to Mlsa Helen A. Pike. BAYERS-PARKER, At Waterbnry, Conn., on June 2, by the Rer. Father Fleming. Garrett Sayara to Mlsa Jennie Parker, both of Waterbury. SIGGINS-COSTELI.O.-At Newark, N. J, Jnna 1. 1802. by tha Rev. John S. Miller, William S. Big gins to Margaret Costelto. SII.VERS-I.ANO.-At Newark, N. J.. April a. 1H92. by tha Rav. John S Miller, William Corblt bllvera to Mary Theresa Lang. B8I1TII MeKENMIE. At Newark, N. J on Jnna 2. 1892. by tha Rev. J. II. rothemua. Frederick f rnlth to Angellne M. McEensle. WARD-lll'nilARD.-At Norwallc. Conn., on the 2d Inst., Mlsa Alma K. Hubbard and David n Ward. The ceremony was performed At the East Avenue M. E. Church paraonage by tha Rev. C. M. Pegs. X9X0BIX9. BAIXNETT. On Thursday, Juna 2, at Uartford. Conn , HotpltaL Jamea 8. Barnett, aged 35 years. Notice of funeral hereafter. RARRT.-On Juna 2, 1SU2. at 514 4th at, cor ner Madison at., Hoboken, Ann Barry, aged 60 ear. Friends are Invited to Attend the funeral from her late residence, 514 4th at, Hoboken. on Saturday forenoon at n o'clock, anH from Our Ladyoffirace Church at 10 30 o'cloi k. BI.AKESl.EE.-On Thursday, Juna 2. 1802, at Roanoke. Va., Dennis Blakeslee, formerly of Water bury, Conn., aged 07 v ears. BOMBOI.IA.-On Thursday, June 2. 1802. at Wa terbury, Conu. Cemeo 1'oinbolla (struck by a Nau gatuck R. R. train) aged 30 yeara. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from hla late rraldeuce. Hospital st , on Baturday forenoon at 10 o'clock. BBITTON.-On June 1.1803. at Jersey City. N.J, Cornelius Britton, aged 23 years. Friend are Invited to attend tha fnnaral from hla late residence, 28 Belmont av., on Saturday after noon, June 5, at 3 o'clock. RRVANT.-On Thuriday. June 2, 1(02, at Spring Held, Mass. William A.Bryant, ion of Andrew 8. ltrj ant, aged 20 j ears Titendsare Invited to Attend the fnneral from hla Into residence on Mulberry at. on Saturday after noon. Juno 4, at 3 o'l lock. CANON. On Jup.a 1. 11-92, at Newark, N. J George W. Canon, aged f,2 ears. Friends are Invited to attend the fnneral from hla late residence, 25'i 1'rinre it., on Saturday After noon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Fatnnount Ceme tery. CAR1IOI,I.-On June 2, 1802, at Jersey City. John Carroll, aged rJf years Frlemla are Invltod to attend tha funeral from his late reticence, 222 Railroad av., on Saturday fore noon. At li o'clock t'l.AIM'.-On Frlila), June 8. 1802, at Hartford. Cum., C c (' app, aged r7 veare. Notiie of fnnernl hereafter. I'UNNI.NOHAM.-On Priday, Junet. At New rta ven. Conn , Thomas Cunningham, aged DO yeara. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from hla late rcsldenrr, 2111 Wallace st. on Sunday after noon at 1 30 o'clock, an I from St Patrick's Church at 2 o'clock, JBA Y.-On June 2. 1802, at Newark. N, J., Fanny W. bay, wife of Frandln Hay, aged 84 yean and 1 month. Friends are Invited to at'end tha funeral from her lale ri-.l.lenri l.l" Snmerre! at., on Monday after noon, June it. nt 2 o'l'lo-k. DK'Kr.T.-Al Ills ri'illenreln this city, on Thura dny, June 2, or hra.i failure, the Hon. Hugh T. Ilk try. Funer.il services will he he d at Trinity Chapel, West 2,'tll at, nn Saturday al 3 P. M, RelatlTea And friends are Invited to attend without further notice. n.VNN,-On June 1, li". at Newark, N, J, Law. renco Klynn. aged H)ifnr. Knenda are Invited to alien 1 the funeral from hla lata residence. 201 I'acliio at., on Saturday, Jnne 4. at B o'clock A. M. FOHTEIC.-On TburiilAv, June 2, 1802, at Barra Plains, Mass , Ehenenr I outer, aged 7f, year. Friends are Invited lo attend tbe rnneral from his lata residence. Barra Plains, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, aiItl.IN.-Oii June 2, 1802, at Stamford, Conn. Sarah Olblln, daughter of James and t'allierl'io ll.blln. agod7 monthi. Funeral private. UITRKKI.-Un June . 1 802, at Jersey City, N.J, CarlUurskl, aun of Albert and Angela Uurskl, aged 4 months em) ' Jail Frlemla are invlli'd lo attend the funeral from the residence of porenti. U45 (th st, on Baturday after noon ut 2 n'cloi L. , IIAUUVrON.-lii Brooklyn, on Juna 2, 1802, Frederick It llniulliuu. v nungesl sou of Samuel and tbe la'.e Isabella Hamilton. Reljtlveeaiidtrieidi ato invited to attend tha fu neral sirrlree at Ins Ute residence. 285 Csrroll st.. onbundav a' 2 P. M, II A KN I! V.-At Jersey City, N. J , Owen Harney, Friend' are Inilied lo attend the funeral from bis late residence, 424 Henderson st., on Baturday fore noon. June 4, at Do t lock, and from St. Marj'a R. C, Chunii nl 0:30 o'clock, where a solemn high mass of rripilnn III he offered for tho reroee of his soul. HArTI.NM".-OnTliursitay,June2, 18D2. at Feed lug Hills. Vary M Thompson, wife of J, w, Hsit lng, Bk-ed 40 years. Notice if funeral hereafter. IllKsrilFl-l-M,-"" Friday, June 3, 1605, at New Haven, Conn . Walter HHirecbfeld, aged 27 years. Triendssre Invited to attend the funeral from bis late reeldenoe, 445 Tlatt St., Merlden, on Sunday afternoi'ii at 2o'rlocL. Interment At Merlden, .JACKSON. On Thursday, June 2, 1K02. at Hart ford Conn , Lena Jackson, aged 43 veara Fne-d are Invited tnatiend the funeral from herlata rendenre on Saturday afternoon at S o'clock, and from theft) Hospital. KOl.II.-On Wednesday. J as 1, 1892. at New Haven, Conn.. William l.eggnt Ko.li Frlerdssia Invited lu attend the funeral from his lale residence. 1.101 i bapel at., on Monday ajler i.oon, June tl, at 4 v'ciecs. Intsrusijl el Providence, Tuesday, OatenAs. No. 41. Strawberry Cottage Pudding. ( nv Mrs. Deariiorm, Friwtfal Batten CofikingScApfit. Cream if cup butter; add Jf cup ugar gradually, beating all the time ; then add I egg beaten till thick and light. Mix together a generous pint of pastry flour and a tea sp. Cleveland's baking Powder; add this to the first mixture alternately with one cupful of milk. Beat well together, pour into a buttered baking-pan and bake about thirty minutes in a moderate oven. Cut in squares and serve with stewed and sweetened strawberries and cream. (Copyright, 1891, by Cleveland Uaking Powder Co.) Ute crt CleveUnd't laiinf fotva'er, Ihlf roperticnt art made or that. . " A like quantity of Cleveland's Baking Powder goes further and does better work than any other of which I have knowledge. It is therefore cheaper." Feb. 5, 1892. Marion Harland. KIIATJSIIAAII.-On Juna 1, 1803. at Newark, George Krauibaar, aged 88 yeara and 11 months. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from hla late residence, 20 Beach st, on Saturday afternoon at 8 o'clock. I.AUY. On Juna 1, 1803, At Bethel, Conn,, Aaron 8. Lacy, aged M years. Friends are Invited to attend tbe funeral on Saturday forenoon at 10 o'clock, I.ADI.KY,- At her late residence, 8D3Eait Slst st, June 3. Bridget Ladley, widow of tbe lAta Richard Ladley. Funeral Saturday at 10 A. M, from the Carmelite Cburcn, 338 East 20U) at. Interment at Greenwood. LAlKINt),-On June 2, 1802, at Jersey city. N, J.. Florence, daughter of James And Kllen Larklns, aged 3 months and 28 days. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from tha residence ot her parents, 203 Railroad av.. on Bun day afternoon at 2 o'clock. LENT.-OnJuni) 3,1802, at Jersey City, N. J., Mary E.. widow of Thomas R, Lent, aged 83 years and 3 months. Friends are Invited to Attend the funeral from the residence ot William Winter, 39 Cottage at. on Sun day arternoon at 4 o'clock. M AOKE.-On the 2d Inst., Andrew C. Magae, aged SB years 8 months aud 7 day v. Relatives and frlendaof the family are rsspectfnlly Invited to attend tbe funeral aervicea from hla late residence. 828 West 25th st . to-day at 2 r. M. Interment at Greenwood. MII.I.Klt.-On June 2, 1B02. at Newark, Isaao Miller, aged 51 years 10 months and 3 days. Friends are invited to attend the fnnerat from his late residence, 18 Bleecker st on Sunday, Junes, at 12:30 o'clock. And from M. E. Church at 1.80 o'clock, Mountain View, N.J. 3IOONi:v. Mamie Mooney. daughter of Bernard end Mary Mooney. agid 7 yeara. Funeral will take place to-dty, June 4, from her late rraldonce, 242 Madison st. McIIVail.-On Frlda), Junes, William P. Mcnngh, belov ed son ot John J. and Mary Ann Mcllugh, aged 20 years and P months, runoral from the residence of his parents, 182 East 28lh st., on "un-lay. Julie 5. At 1 P. M. NANII. Suddenly, on June 2, At Chicago, James U. . Naah of South Norwalk, Conn , In tho 54th year of hla Age. Notice of funeral hereafter. Nnr.DIIAM. On June 2. 1K02. at Newark. N. J, Susan F. Ncedham, aged 70 yeara 0 monthaand20 da) a. Friends aro Invited to attend tha funeral from her late residence. 41 Chestnut at., on Saturday, June 4, at ' o'clock P. Vt. Interment At Madison Cemetery. O'llRIUN. On Friday, June 3. at Jeney City. Pat rick, only son ot John O'Brien, aged 17 year. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the realdence or hla rarenta. 818 Bramhall av.. on Mon day forenoon at P.w o'clock, and from St. Patrick's It. C. Church at 10 o'clock. Interment at Calvary. REKVEH.-On June 1. 18 'J 2, at Chatham, N, J., Etta K.. wife of Frank J, Reeves, aged 24 years and 6 months. Friends nro Invite 1 to attend the funeral from her late residence at Chatham, N. J , ou Saturday arter noon. Juno 4, at 2 o'clock. Br.II.I.V.-On Jun 3. John Reillr, aged 03 years, native of county West Meath, Irelaud. At the re sidence nf bis son, J. J Rellly, 340 KarC 42d st. Solemn requiem mass Monday, at 10 o'clock, at tha Ch.irch nt M Agnes, l'.ait 43d it., thence to Calvary Cemetery for Interment. IIOHINSON.-On Thursday. Jnna 3. 18P2, At Spring field. Man . Mre. Mary Robinson, aged 60 years. Notice of runerftl hereafter. MOIIINNON.-OnJuna 2. 1803, at Kearney, N.J, William Robinson, child of lllrara and EmmA Robin son. Aged A j ears 8 montba and 25 daya. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from 401 flrant avenue. Kearney, on Baturday forenoon at 0 o'clock, SMACK. -On Friday, June 3, William E. Smack, aged 4S v eara and 10 montha. Burial Sunday at 2 p. .VI. Friends and relatives are respectfully tnv itcd to attend. SMITH. On Thuraday. June 2.1803. at Hartford. Conu , Irene Smith, aged 34 years. Funeral private. Ti:i:TS,-On Juno 1. 1802. at Newark. N. J., flenry J. Steels, sou of Anthony and Catherine Meets, aged IS jean 11 months aud 4 dais. Friends are Invited to Attend the funeral from the residence of parents, 12 Bee -ber street, on Saturday, June 4, at H o'clock A. M.. and from St. Mary's R. C. Chnnli at 0 o'rlock. where a high muss ot requiem v, 111 he olTcrod fnr the repni-o of hla souL Interment In the Oiuotery of the Holy Sepulchre TIIOMAh, Nornelk Conn, June I, suddenly, Vv illlam 0. Thomaa, aged 7.1 ears. Services At nrldeme SAturday, June 4,2 15 p. M. Interment at vouveiileuce of family Kindly omit flowera. TOM I.I. V. -On Thursday, June 2. 1N03, at Bridge port. Conn . Wi'Iliiit Tomlln, aged 1 1 months. Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from 10 (Jold at. Private, TV I, Kit. on June 2. 1802. Mary Ann, widow of C. It Tyler, in her 72.1 3 car rnneral from In r late residence. 38 Pearl St., Mount Vernon N. V., Saturday, June 4, at 3 P. M. WAIII.NOU.-Cln Thursday, Jnne 2, 1802, at Bridgeport, t'nnn .. I eep'i Wnshlngo. son of Joseph vAhint:i, Agi-1 H j car. Fri'iids aim invited 10 attend the funeral from the tnl-liMci of his iarnte, Wlllard at on Satnrduy forenoon al h noo'cloi-k. WIIITF--H11 Tliurtdny, Jnna 2, 1135, nt Torrlngton, Conn, lr llllra SI. White nf Sprintdeld, Muss, aired 72 yenrs Notice of funrnl hereafter, WII.CUX.-DnlliuraiUy, Junes, 1802. it vterlden, I'niiii. Mre. John II Wlliut, wife of John II WIUox, aged ill yeats. Notice of funeral hereafter. WILKINSON. At liar reJdenre, I'll Pail lllh st Juni- 2, IB'.i'J, Pllen Wilklnmn, iduiv of J.iuirs II. Willlnsnn. run era I srrvicowlll lake place on Situnl iy. June 4, IbBJ. at 1 30 P M, Internum at I.uth. ran feluii ttry WOOIKT7FF.-On Junel. ISI2, at .Newark, .s I, Jeanuette M, Drake Woodruff, vvlTvuf llenjiltinii It Woodruff. 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