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WIJVBWr W 1 asT tflM'ili uW& fcr?IBPP WFlTl II I I tnTsJWalr:.U,htlr wrm: nth. I I " nU.XI.-N. 2i 9. NEW YORK, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1894.-C0PYR1GHT. 1801. BY THE SIN PRCTTmO AND PUr.l.IsilINT, ASSOCIATJOxT I'RICK TWO CKVTS. , , i i.i i , t . YONKERS JWT MISSED IT. ----- ' gfcgjv i, uioiit MM " mmnomtcK ?-" BASBB rom MATOB. HB vrs Willi. ba Tmm Wee Bt're B8 ir n MMNMl PiII'ImIi Bternrs - v- AilBBlnls'va'lan ' l.i"MfBll. ri.m, IjjJKffl'V hut ! T-Uff lln Wral jjjjg Hl,;, rol J.i.l tot Vnt.a T M1...1. SSi ,T, hn handriek Bang, the editor of the hu- gfiJE " department u' ''arier'n Mnnthlu. the ijK author of the famous 'Tlddledrwlnk Tales." ajBp. j all around post anil lllterateiir, after fffigf ejjyeaa weeks of struggling for til office Sites? of Mafnf of Yonk.r. after twentr-one liRi ilil'- nilil. After twentr-one days fe 0 ntWHti hand-shaking and inquiring 181(11 '''' " ' "'" "' ,h" Demon aer ' onker. HmK ,,, ,., q.iiiiimnil fourteen interviews. In BBS- which lie outlined Ml proposed poller, ws de- Hgljjs? tested yesterday in hi attempt to leave th Kpf path of songbrftmajorltr of 207 votes. Mr. PUP?' Banc to dar retires from political life. .'"".' The life of a politician fa not what It I cracked up to be. Until three wk ago Mr. jjanr tu happy H awoke In the morning w,,h smiling countenance and cracked jokes ,, the breaktaat table On hi war to town he IspS; would tak out hi not book and tot down 1 1 hnrsoroos and potical Idea aa faat aa I her earns ' him. 1 r n catering hla offlc he would auk th derki new riddle that he had composed, and eoBTuli them with laughter when he finally told them th solution Throughout th dar M he was happy and smiling No on vr aw H him frown HI brow waa unwrlnkled. KSJlsi lint the canker worm of politic gnawed It fesfe wnr into hla boaom. If became pal and Bite amaelated. For three wka h did not amll. Wttji For thre week he did not writ a joko or -& hire a poetical Ii I SB Me waa a candidate. H Trta Bun haa to'.d from time to tlm how hla ttft sandldaor progrsed Vtrdar wm elee- LmW tlon dar In Yonker. aad a reporter went up to H9 see how It would some out. and th war it all I cam out will now be told. MB Mr. Bang arot arlr and read several H chapters of "Toppleton's Client." a humoroua B etorr be one wrote and whlob he ean never UBBm tak up without laughing. When he had filled gggBJ hla aool with uilrth and had got himself Into gBBl ouch condition that he could amile pleaaantlr m without i-fTnit. lie aallled forth to a bow H thlnga were going at the polta. Ther were gidng verr well. Meeting an old I man who w wnlklng up the arreat, Mr. Kaoge R arrnnaeil hla featur Into a cardial amll. and aekeJ. plaaaaatlr: B "Weir inr friend, how lath election going? H ''Tertr good. I'erir goo.1. elr. I'll bet in H tih thail'eene 'ill he elected." w w-w-w ll-h-liaii't itacga cot anr bB ahow i" fj "Lord hleae I'r soul, na e . th throohl wn' I'. uur- l. the vawtere dawn't knaw'im. Here Ui've hen livin' In Yonkera J ' all m life. V Lie me aowl 01 nlvver laid or BBa en -.in:" I .'ciliii ondilrk I'.anga returnad to hla hoiit. I "Ilivakfuat I ready.'' anoouncsd the ar- H !S nerer mind. 1 I I gueia I won't eat BgB juit ret l Huming tohis llhrarr hatooknp Topple- B to i'b rilem" again and reai another chapter f Ai tnn end of tlm chapter be threw the hook Hf Into corner of Hie room, etretched hliimelf on a I lunge and fell aaleeo. II wa awakened nt I nV-lnck I v one of hie frlacda who had taken an a tire intereat In th campaign, fJP ' ume on. Kenny, bet up. We'll take a K look around town to ce how thing are tu- B 3 lag" Bt i John Kendrick Manga etretched hla arm. M I took off one of hla eliiipera and proanptlr threw Bl I kt hiairlend head. ' "For Hraven'e eake! What'a the natter MfT " ifcajitfie ailalpart, di ilgaag ta r 'It'aiinvourTault." murmured Banga.rea.ch- j Ing tor hla ether ellpper. j m ' What' mr fault I What'a the matter with BB tl ''"' '" BH Vm " '" '"' "" 'B, PPlltlca You got me to BB! m rUD 'or Mayor. You draggod me out of my BB 31 I 'ace and happlnena Into th turmoil and BB Wn whirlpool of a politlral can ralgn. t in thun- BB "S '"' '"" "' her;" and flop! went the otnnr BB Jh alipper. BB &m nanny, don't he an ana! Oct up and ahow BB m youraeit to rour cunstltucnta." BB "3 ' t'on-tltuenta? ' aueered ltanga. "Whr. BB 9 goo.l Lord. man. 1 waa up and iut hiifore rur BB Wr elea were open tlna morning, and the flret j. S nmn I ran arm had the all to tell ni that BB B ' "en a aiiead and that he'd never laid hi 9 - ' on jnlm f ndrl.it. Hang. 'onBtltuenta ? BB fll I et.li m liiiining for olli'i again. ' 9 After long perauanion hia friend f1nn"v In- BB B (111 e,l ltanga In divaa hluiaelf ogam niol go Bfl Bl nround to the poll llatigB. however. i&Blatd B fll u ' n riding in ,-ai rl.ige. B H v "I've nail all th walking I can atand to- fll dr " heeaid grlmlr n efo'e otart nw. Hang took half a dozen cl- BM Wg gars f rum a to. and placed them in hia Boekai BK JB lliulo't you .-tt-r taku Bom along for til Bfl B ' onalltuente " Migceated hi friend. BB m nil." 'I'he-e ig.iia .' My 'onxtltuenta'; B W " ih, you'Te got to be free with clgare. hun- fll ' i r " aid hia pulituMl adviser BB 7i Then we'll 'o i. n the wnr and get rome." fll II replied Maug". at.-pptng Into 'he carriage. On j tfl II. Or w lo the l.i at polling place I'an.'B M l ought half a dora hoxr of clguro. A : each fls i 1 1. .ling place where they a'opped a group of BR ..!. gathered a.-"i:nl Iho rarrlage door. Kf With 'i-venrh haaie I'angs drew out i tiandtul fl ot the clears and so d. with a ouvrr laugh: Bl Here, hoy-, lake some Igaia. Take all i"uli,f There are nlrnry lfi." Bf I" 1 1 .- -1 1 1 : r i - soied the rlgare with avlili'y, Bl '. eich lighting on and puning oneorinnr Bf i t io his pocket. After leailng on of im p .11- I jo ins i larra llanga look oil' hl punknlfe and Bl H I'sre'ullr dissected one of the cigara. Bf X Whea h had xamlnd iti interior he threw flfi B n out cf the arrtace window ard l.uhted on fll B o' 'he ,lg'e ha had taken with him Bf W tionaof ih polliog place In th Third fl ',' Br. he got out of th . ring and. alter im- fl fl losing t,inlh uron ins la.'e. appro,oheil Bl M group of loungers i ho etood nrar ibeeutranc lu Ho- i. .ing ls-s fl -M '.e I l.oia. how go I " flf ,f Howare re. Mlslei Dang? Things la gnin' fl r!"r well here, end w re rolllu' up u whuup flj ;-S L.!5 oriir lor re." E f Tl.a 'a right. I oy. Iioyourhaai. lUtnem- K fl ''" '''a luu'i working for a pur local Oov- B sia'.si (or yourselves and rour liome.." fl u liialit you ar. iMtsler lank--- l.ut I aar. B ! jflster llaags. 'lei-iloneerin'a purtr drr work, fl 8 l or i getun' tnlraty." m I that so -" aald I'anga. faintly. Th amll m a owl) ,ii,i aut f his fao. He struggled with B hhls might to keen it ihr and. for mo- "'' succeeded, but It was like the t. right Mr- of a candle fashing up for an instant fore it die out entirely. He moved toward te i-arriage. walking haekwar.i, with that lial'-heaited. Btrugglmg amile turned upon hla castituBte. fl- . vjh.rn to?" asked th driver. Home," gasi e.i Hangs. Half an hour later he was lying upon th lounge in his parlor ri-ading "I'ouplu'on'a B i .lent. TutiiLB man waa ushered luto th ruoui ' tt'ell. Mr liangs. how Is the election going?" Mr Hangs sat up. laid hia hook down, but toned up hi. O...I and clen.-hei hi teeth i ii. n I .i.ii t,. ik. liornllti. he ivplied he tweeu his toetli. ' but I (hall i.iuusl you nut -u 'fie' to the BUbiBCt of poiitXa." .. Hut the elec' ma 'Mr if vou villi pardon me for the profanity, t "t election be damned ,T Sir llanga aaa perfectly willing, howavtr. to J '"Hversc uiMin anr other aubjeo: Uiau poliliea, ah.) the hours weut by la the aiming the rporr returned to th nous and found Mr. Hang in his lltrarr eur i.iiBdeJ br half a doxen file. Is wh.. had -i.i fur hi. u throughout Ike campaign aa hard as ther could. "ceulibe uiso was drawing up a tab! of ardB and districts upon which to sr.it the 'turns, while another n as calling up I oiloe lirailiuaitere on th teleph. Be. Mr Hstgs was suiuklug a pip end d!liring hi opluiuo iu man edestlni. i'o you auppoa'' he waa sarlng. mat man has I sen p,c4 la th world i.i strnggi '.n. fuss along narrow put. the en I uf nbich i " io-itr thau the leginmug Sot a bit of Alan has nolle desliuy II. s mission is to ' the standard of all that is go d and Hue "'"her an I hlaher aad to atrlve to live uo to it. o hat are the petty luggles of daily life. r s holes IBs dlsappolotuieuls. th paias th - hss ahluh w feel and Buffer every dar u' rT " ".' Lut grains uf saniluau i .'iss desert?" HbHo. 'lo. 'llo' Folic Hedo,urtr?" sag the tuau at th te!.uon ' r. vole was uuhd. Daog puffed 1 -.noiiBlr at Biaplp. All right, (lu ahead. l-cood ward res. in. majont, over Hang four say that a.la i isais 40n." fr,- j lli"u " gclalm.d on of Bans!' asaofc. . TL'V l ' Fn go that aiorlry la the Fourth we'i got no hap." ih. ,uf.? "l ?l ""f"1 B ' Bothr. .h 'Jurn ' th various die-riots same la fll till ,V1Jb" ld ' ' -uiaied list In his ft ni??hr.,r4i,1,i'.",n"l,,"uJ, 1 Bounc- n th totai. I rcntly Baugs .os aad ar ranged In a neat pll. on ahov th otrsar. th box of cigars he had purchaeed In the fcorti- (Bg. R opened a enphnard. and. from a coltac tlon of liottle and decanter-, he selected a thick hrowB flaak. which he placed on the top of th pile. ''Hlln. 'llo! rcene Is elected, rou ear? What ve niaiorltv "07. flh. Kennr. llange had atepnnd t the window with th fioxos of cigars and the hott'e In hla arm, vcrr elowlr and deliberately ho orened the window and verr carefullr and dellherate'r he inn-w out upon the lawn flrKt the love ant then th bottle. After cloeing the window, h turned In his friends and, with a cheerful amlle. aald: t.entiemen. If rmi com around hero some Bight next wek I'll let rtra seethe proof .if my new hook, entitled Thre Week in I'oll tlc. by On Who llnHpent Them.'" After leaving Mr. Kings's house the re porter fnuad that the vote cast had been: lor 1'eeno tflepi. '.u41;for I'.nnga iDem.1, 3. iM. showing a majority for Peer, of Vi". All the lleiiuhllcan candidal for Aldermen war elected aa follows: rirl war.1 ,,, l a ,,.,.,. ..I BnoM w.rj inniulin Thir.l wsrrl il II kn - fn trlh rsrj Mtcnsrl Mnonrr tiltnesMl .1 It. H-1,1, .Ion Th Hoard for th ensuing inr will, there fore, consist of five I'spul.licjinsan.l flvn lietno crata. and the Hapuhllcan Mayor l'eene will cast the deciding vol. All th Itepubll.an eandldatea for Buper vlsorwere elected with the exception of Fitz gerald iDem.) in th Flrat ward After thla count had been announced the Republicans farmed In line on Oatty square, and. headed by a band, marched to the City 'liil. and aerenaded th newly elected Mayor Mr. rene mad a nch. The celebration waa continued until a lata hour. r. i firms auhbbih MM ixbkhuiik The atewaMleaee mm4 ,. Drsotnl Chare with ltrlwerr. rrr.xsxii.r. K. Y March 27.-Th annual town election. hld to-day. resulted in sevorsl arrests. Ther war, with on exception, the outcome of a lUpubllrsn caucus held a week ago Thursday There was an opposition ticket at the caucus headed by X-Aamhly-man David Wiley Travis aa County Commit teeman. Senator George W. Robertson waa also on the opposition ticket. Tha opposition, after a hard fight, was haatan br 300 majority. Th opposlt Inn held a stump convent Ion laat Tuea dar vonlng and andorsed William It. Thorn for Supervisor and IL Alban Andarson. who had been nominated br th Democrats th previous venlne. for Justice. Ther also en dorsed several other Democratic nominees, but for the rest of the ticket named Republi cans, th ticket being divided about evtnlr L t wesn th two parties. Th bolters, who called themselves th eltl rna' partr. were joined br many disgruntled Democrnts. With the Prohibition and regular Republican tiokst ther war four sets of can didate In th field to-dar, Andrew i.. Holmes, a Republican, who headed the citizens' movement, had Louis H. Travis, a Itapubllcap poll worker, arreeted tor bribery this aflernoon. He waa arraigned before luetic William M. Barton, and held in 500 ball to await th action of the Uraud Jury. The citizens aar they have evidence enough to land Travis in Ming blag. later Abratn Field waa arrested on the same charge. Ills esse took tji sama cours. with th same bondsman. The next victim waa .lohn Lynch. Ho was charged with bribery and working within th 1 .0-foot line. Alderman Dunphy went on th bond for . - Walter Ik Cole, candidal for Ovrseer of the Poor on th Democratic ticket, wa next ar rested for bribery. He waa bailed out br i oL C II. Froat. The arreats created auch consternation that the poll workers were very careful the ret of the day- Much excitement prevail to-night. Th canvaasers will not finish their work until after midnight, ao th rult will not b Lin wn until to-morrow. i or thflrt iim In niaay rears all Ml sa loaa la rewkaaiTl wvre eioaaS-to-dBT. hsrur st velleee, Rtc N. Y.. March 27. -Tha elections held In the town of Rye to-dar resultsd as follows: Supervisor. Addison Johnson. Republican, waa elected by 443 majority. John C Halpin. R puhllean. was elected Town Clark br 138 ma jority. Stephen A. Marshall. Democrat, is probablr elected Justice of the Peace. Tne Indications are that the rest of th ticket has ben carried I bv th 1'epubllcan. Fa'H i HKvrrn. X. W. March 27 The town I election held hero to-day resulted In a sweep ing victory for the Democrats. Herbert D. Lent. Democrat, wus reelected Supervisor by over -'H majority. The entire Democratic ticket is looted by large majorities Nr.w HiKHiLi.r. STY.. March 27. -Th lec tion held her to-dar rsvsultad iu victory for the Republicans. Gideon J). I)vnport iltio waa eiscted supervisor br a small maioritr. This Is a loss of one Supervisor by the Demo crats, and present indications point to the de feat of the whole Democratic ticket. Wn.i i.iMhiit in.., . N. Y.. March 27-Th election In the town of West Chester to-dr resulted In a victory for th Democratln ticket. Talrusr P- II yl wssre dected Suporvisor over A. S. Flehls. Republican antl CHUena' can 11 it.ite. The election of the Democratlo ticket is piohablr by large majorities throughout. Sini Kcno. March 27 At the election to-dar I in th town of Oaaintnu. th following war elected: supervisor. Gilbert M. Todd il'om. I; Town i lerk. Robert T. Dennis IRep.t; rollee t'. Rlchsrd Kromer Hem. Justice u' th Peace. William O. Valentine t )Ip. i iT-Kii.i. March 27.-AI the Cataklll charter I election to-day Ih Democrats elected their I eandldate for Village Trustee for the first tune In nine rears. The baleaoa of th ticket wa divided. Si'iatxu. Mrch 27. - Th charter election here resulted In the re - leetlnu of Cale'i W. Mit chell. Dem. aa Village Prealdant over John w. Hone, liep.. hr 174 maiority. The Democrats leet two of the three Village Trustee. I.' i 1 1 i I .i ' - March '-'7. The annual char ter election to-dav resulted in a complete vic tory for the Republicans. Charles King was elected President over Samuel Vcwburv br k Jonah Mar. who has been in office for twen ty reara. waa dfd for Folic Juailen br Henry C. Brown, liepublicas. by 22. Four Re publican trustees were elsried a result whiehihrnw the village Government lntoth hands of tha l.epuldi- ins. Th total vol waa tha largest ever polled her.-. aiiog.vr i i..( mat jrr ovr. ladwe Hasltb rsesSs His Bavsh I 411. bat Practically afekee Miss Prs. KLsiiroi. N. Y. March 27.-F L. Tarlor. th Cornell s'udent who was before Judge Smith at Watklns resterdar on a writ of haheas cor pus, must remain In jail for a day or two. lie refused to testify before the lirand Jury at Ithaca in th chloric gas case and was sent to prison br Judge Forbes for contempt. Judge smith haa remanded him to th Sheriff of Tompkins county, but lndlcatbow hmay aoon get out of .'all. In his dee. son Ju.lge Smlih first discusses the nuestlon of the right of Taylor. If Tay lor belivd thai th answer to the mention recited In the commitment would tend to criminal him. h Bad th right, aa a matter of law. upon testifying to such idle! to refuse lo answer the uues lions The commitment recite that Taylor, instead of answenug the uitei rogatories put to hiir, said. I throw my kali up ,u tu prllilcge" Judge Smith ears it is not eouugb for too wit uese to lino himself upon his privilege Judge smlih said that if Taylor would ap pear befoie the (uaud Jury at ita ne.it meeting and make answer to the iues lioss whhh have been asked hi id or make oath that the aoswer tu such uuesti n wdl lend Iu criminal hioi. he war elaliu his prill leg, aad purge himself of the contempt lor which he was comiuilted. Tailor said he hau so testified before the Grand Jlirf, ' ut Judge SuuthssiJ the minutes of th tirsnd Jury r pot tfor him. ad apparent!)' had not l.eea before Judg Furbs. and heuce he must rule as h did. .rease ssisiae.- 1 Hess af s Bills Miss Lthr halt, who work for a mllllaar at 035 Broadway, was lokd la oa th fourth floor laat vniBg- bh made bur mishap knows br climbing oa the wladew sill aad creemlag. Pouls la th strsst shout.! to her aot te ba afraiJ, but ah do aot uudeidaod Koglish. X pollcamaa brought sow nremen with a ladder from the truck con, pear iu Mercer street- and Miss Ksu waa brought down sale- be rs realise yes ersr ttseu ticfcsia iuis iws or bsrlb iisksis fruss lo y sislio. u( IB ts. l resf slrssl ssrsr I ILsl bis bsU siss it s siar to is lUai 4ui.MMo juorsss uiaa loin lusL Iks IsUlioss 1U f Ibel Uas.-oJs. FRIGIITKNKI) RY HYPNOTISM. Iff aar MflMB AI M fTsWsM TO BtBKP, MVT nuimit FOLt.OWKtK tier niatee Fllg Avr Frwvs B)rs)tby. Alljslbsr, Allbak tb Pelleel's Aatbai wa Iinpreveg,Tblae rr I.ivsiv Fvervbod v knows that regular physician In F.urop commonly us hypnotism In thlr practice, but th extant to which American physicians ar employing it la not so much talkad about. Her lo New York an experi ment In hypnotism wa tried recently on on of the daughters of Glto Alexander, at fVJ East loHth street, and Mr. Alexander sars that there will b no oontlnuane of the t reatment. Mr. Alaxahder Is head of th drag firm of Al exander A V an dar s m isssn. Third avenue and East Heventr-seventh street. Th physician who administered tha treat ment wa Dr. Hugo l.oblngr of I.04M Lex ington avenue. It Is oulr fair to him to aar at the start that th teanon asalgnad for th fail ure of th experiment waa th nrvousnea of the subieot. not th method of th Doctor. Dr. Loeblnger 1 th family physlclaa of the Alex anders. He Is 32 rears old aad was educated In the University of Herlm and la the r.rlnnger I'nlverslly In Bavaria. 11 practised In both Berlin antl Bavaria. Mr. Alexander has four daughters, of whom the sscond. Frieda. 17 years of g. ha asth ma. For a faw days Mr. Alsxander had bn Buffering with bronchitis and was unable to go down to hi business. Dr I.osbtnger was sum moned. Th last three days of last week Frieda's asthma Became verr troublesome, so that she was kept awak at Bight and wa doubled up in her efTorte to breath. On Saturday evening when Dr. Loeblnger called Mr. Alexander asked hia to do some thing to rsllsv Frieda. Th Doctor bad never proscribed for th girl before, but he tras familiar with her case aad was convinced that th cause of th trouble was nervousness, a diagnosis to which he still adhere It seemed tu him that If she should prove to b a good hrpnotlc subject It would ba an easr matter to make her bellav hralf cured br hrpnolio suggestion, aad that then she would ba cured. He broached the project to tha girl's ather. who Is a man of aclence himself, and who an proved it. Tha trouble was that Mr. Alsxandar'a daugh ters are not men of scleuee. and they not only did not approve of hypnotism, but wore vary much frightened at something which seemed to them uneannr and dlaboiiual. Dr. Loebln ger succeeded In hrpnotizlnc the patient all rlgnt, but when she was reetored to conscious ness she waa nervous and hysterical. Hr sisters svmpailne.1 with her lo her feelings. It waa thought bast on Monday to call in Hr. Gorge W. Jaeobr of mCi Madison avenue aa consulting physician. Frieda haa bvcoin so hvsterlcalar.il so afraid of Dr. Loeblnger that when she saw him sns went off Into a fit of hysteria bordering oa epilepsy. Her older sister. Ousala. seeing her atate. lecam ao much agitated toward night that she fainted entirely away. Dr. Jaeobr adviasd ijulet and suggested that Dr. loebln ger refrain from visiting i rleda until bar ner vousness disappeared. Dr. Loeblnger pre scribed bromide, which finally qui'd th patient. Yesterday ah waa reported to be much better. Guesle, the eldest daughter. after sleep i ag a part of tha day. waaapparaatlr aa well aa ever lo the evening. Report having got about In Harlem that Dr. Loeblnger had hrpnottred both girls end thrown Hieni lotoatraac from which It waa impossible for him to awakes them, h con sented iaat evening to tell exactly what hla treatment bad bn. "Id th flrat place." said he. "I am not a professional hypnotist. 1 recognize la hypno tism a valuable remedial agency whan It i proaarlr used, la Euros I have repeatedly assisted Id TODfoylBg If. aad I hav used it her with beneficial effects In some caa. "About '.)'. P. M. Saturday I unuartook ta hypnotize tba young ldr. I did not trr at that time to do anything mors than put hr to sleep, a she had bscn unable lo rest. I'pon the results of that flrat experlmeot depended whether I should undertake to effect hr recovarr br suggestion. The hrpnitlo sleep le not th eame as natural sleep The breathing Is softer and the llmbe are more rigid almost catalep tic. The sense of fosliog Is verr much dulled, so that some hav vn suggested hypnotism aa a substitute for BBii'stnstlcs. A person aroused from hrpnotlc slumber often remains in u hypnotic atate. and when In that condition is susceptible to suggestions from the opera tor will iirink water with everr sign of pleas ure because the operator calls it champagne, will eat piece of a cigar with relish because the operator sars It ta chocolate, aad will dis miss all those ills of the bodr over which the mind haa power, because tb operator sars she baa them no more ' Theme' hod of Inducing hrpnotlc si umber is to keen the eres fixed upon soma one point until they grow wearr. I held up my watch before Miss Alexander, who was lo her bed. and asked her to llx bar eyes upon It. she did so, but It took some time to lallueuc her. be cause she did not wish to be Influenced. Bh resisted for about five minute. Then she looked steadily at the watch as 1 aaked her to do, and 1 noticed that aa ah gave attention lo the watch her asthma grew Immediately bet ter. 'I ben 1 gave up the us of the watch, and looked her aquare In the eyas, all the time atroklag her foiehead with mr head, and graduailr bringing mr area cloaer to hers, ao as to focus both her ys on some point near to litem, which la an advantage In hynotlziug anr oc. "Altogether it was fifteen or twenty minute from th tlm th experiment began to the time that alio finally toll asleep Tier father. mother, and staler were In and out of the room while the experiment was going on When aho had lost consciousnees I observed that she did not sleep with the same deep slumber that generally accompanies hypnotism. Her arms were relaxed more aa in nature sleep Her lingers twitched and there were some usrvous movements of the limbs. "After about half bb hour of thla I concluded it was best to awaken her. 1 adopixl th usual mode of blowing upoa her. She waa at once restored to consciousness but appeared to be dse.l. Mh seemed frightened and puzrled. She complained of atrange sensations in her limbs. She seemed sjulet. however, when 1 lelt anal was quiet the nest day. I took Dr. Jaeobr up there in eoaaulta tloB upon mr own motion- -Mr. and Mrs. Alex ndr .lid not know he was cemisg. He is a frlead of mine arid is much interested in the atudr of hypnotism, which he also usee In his practice, and I thought he would ilk to see tills case and adviae m aa to future experi ments upon ih earn subject. Th girl had got lot lier heed some foolish notions about hvpuoilsm and waa afraid of It-ihat was all. When alio saw ice she became nervous and cried sh was hysterical on buadar, aad that waa one reason I asked Dr. Jaeobr to go with me to see her. ft was mere ner vousness. Her sister's nervousness waa Irom sympathy with her. Dr. Jaeobr and I talked the case over He left it entirely to my judg mefit whether lo continue the treatment on thusellue. Hysterica! letiente are the most easily Innueaoed by hypnotism, but that treat ment Is likely to render them mora serious. Dr. Jaeobr and Mr. Alexander both admitted that the girl's asthma was better lor the treat ment I had glvea her. but, hecaua of her bst voiisness. 1 do aot think I shall contiaue it. " 1 am inclined to adopt i 'hereof a suggestion in cssss of nervousness, which 1-, that a piece of metal, a gold coin for instance, be placed tip,,n the muscle must affected b the twitch ing.'1 Jlr .Alexander aald that there was sothlng mote to th, so-celled hypnotic experiment than liu'dii.g up a watch and looking iu 1 rleda'-. eyes, and that too much talk had I. sen madeoierlt. Ilia daughter was much better, tut he thought she was not a sultab'e subject for uuy further experiments I 'r. Jaeobr had called onlr .hoe. Ins daughter seemed to be afraid of Dr. Loeblnger. slit Mi. Alexander had nuised her M.oulav od given Her bto ruble to ouit her Mrs. Alexander apoke highly ,.f Dr. I oe .ugsi s ability aad reputa tion So did I r JaeOhr. who was also seen. but Dr. Jacoby declined to disci . .he case. HI Witt UUWt SllVlltM ll I allows aa AssisiusuBl ihal HI Prw vrly VA te lis Surds. a. Folic Captain Earlsy of tb Brgn street station, la Brooklyn, was Bonded last Bight that David Dow of 370 Douglass street had not bn seen about lb houaAdunog ih day end was supposed to b locks up in his apart ment A p.iiicsuiau wa sent to lavtigt. nd on forcing upu th door be fouadllow uii-unscious oa a bed. with a SPoage saturated with laudanum pressed lo hie face. He died eooo alter hie removal to the Beaey HoapltaL Dow was an Eagllehmaa. aged 02 aad bad bees la the eouatrr tea year. He owaed eome propertr. aad bcm daoadnt ftr his lswrsr had tuld him that tb mortgage a it wa going to be foreclosed. A letter was found to bl room lo which h referred to hie bualusss trouble od hi deUrio'aaUea ta vumlt attitude, tie bad aa family. t sraitKru's arcuKT tHBinvcriont. atelier that If Oeee te llsvnnla'n a Katraerslleiaey Bfisstin. WisnitriTow, March 27. -Admiral Walker, who haa been assigned temporarily to Ih command of th I aclflc station to i elieve Ad miral Irwin will leave here to-morrow for Han Francisco, where he takes tho first steamer for Honolulu. Admiral Walker takes with him Instruction formulated by the President last ftlght. Ths Instruct ens. It Is known, relats en tirely to affairs in Hawal'. hut ths tenor of them will not ba made public unless called for br Congressional resolution There Is no longer doubt that Admiral Walker goes upon some mission of delicate Importaoc. which tha President was unwilling to Intrust lo other naval commanders, and as Ih datsll I onlr temporary. It Is surmised that what he I assigned to do Is to be accomplished t'lthout delay and th station then turned ver to snreo other ofllcer whose sea service haa not been so long as Walker's. The fact that permission was given theAd- fulral this afternoon by Secretary Herbert to sk up hi resilience In the city of Honolulu aad not confine himself to the quarters of hla flagship atreagthens the belief that Walker either goes to etahllsh a coaling station nt Warl Harbor, cded the I'nlted Mute br treaty with Hawaii some reara back. or else thai an Intimation has been received the' the Provisional tioverntnent Intend to revoke the eeeelon. or decline to renew It upon Ihe expiration of the tlm limit given lur th construction of the station. Cnder atreatr. the period in which the sta tion was to he established was limited, and this time la believed to expire some tlm t his year. The Administration a poller Inward the I'm visional Governmert has no pat President Dole In a good humor, and It Is stated that at the first opportunity lie v. Ill retaliate in some form The Pearl Ilarhor cession will be taken a a eu. and ao attempt is understood to be con templated to bold the I nited Slate lo the terms of Ihe trcntr- Senator I'.dmuntls has recently said that uader the treaty the I nited states haa Irrevocable rights to the liaibor, but at the Navy Department it la held other wise. The fact that the Admiral expects to remain Bt Honolulu dispels the I e'uef that hia orders were made with u view to hla aeiiiuption of the commaBil of iho llehr lag' Sea patrol fleet. This licet anils irom Haa Francis o soon after April lo, and as the Admiral will not reach Hawaii much be fore thai nothing would le gained bv his going to Honolulu should tho department In tend that he command the fleet. The Instruetlone to Wnlker are carefully surrounded with more then ususl mystery. Were they of the ordmarv character given an , oilb-cr assigned to a station they would hn mnde known, hut Walker Is aot going merely as the fommander-in Chief of the station, but upon other duty of some extraordinary t nature. Admiral Walker takes with I. in Lieut Stanton and Lieut. Spencer S. Wood as hi staff. I tiecretarr Herbert declined to state to Tn Sis reporter thlseveningt lie tenor of Walker's instruction-. He intimate I that the President had given them and that he bail Ino authority to make them public. Admiral Irwin will re turn to San Francisco upon Walker's arrival and be retired from active service. Ilia re tirement promotes loiumodor Francis IM. Ramsay. ilini.tnit UOl'.'. EXaAOKMKST. He Will be Married Tills NuSBsae.- lo Miss O.letie Trlet, Ills Aetreue. Howard Gould and Miss Odette Tyler an nounced their engagement yesterday. Tha date of the wedding haa yet I son nr nounced. but it will probably take place early in the summer. The engagement haa been persistently reported for some tlmo and as por slsteotlr denied It Is qullo likely that affairs ware not in proper shape for tha engagement to be an nounced until verr recently, for It we. onlr si v weeks ago that Mies Tyler made a verbal contract with Charles Frohruan to plar in hi.i company next season. Her contract with Mr. Frohman expiree June 1. and aha will icmaio lo hla company unt.l that tiuis. Mr. Gould aad Miss Tyler met for the tlrst tlm two years ago in Portland, Or., where Mr. Froli man's company was playing. Mr. Mm! I was lo the city on railroad business, nnd they were subsequently introduced. I'hcv met gain as th Frohmiin conipaar was on ita way back to Nw York. Miss Tyler is a Widow of '-'! years, seven of I which hav heen stent on the stage, she is a Southern girv her tnsi :en nsmetielng I os.ie hlrklan.l. Her father waa a lienoral and bur : Poepte were wel' to da lier home was in Nashville, she was married to a broker, aad eubsequentlr got a divorce Miss Tyler is of medium height end light haired. Willi dark eyes. Her first aprearancn on the tage was seven rear ago In the play " Featherbrain." under the direction ot Mr. t harles I roliman. ami she has been with him ever since with thee.vcep- ) tlon of one week with Nat lioodwln In tho play "Col. Tom." She has made l.vr success In comedy though sho has shown hsr ability to play serious n'des cleverly. Among the principal parte in which she has been seen at the young widow in ' Men and Women." the Yankee girl In tha 'Lost Para. disc." the wronged sister In "Poor ii iris. anil I the como-D part in "The Girl I I eft Behind I Me." Her last and most Bjatftbla success has heen '"" '..ion I i '.. II ..'r la the play of Ihe I asm nam.-. Her lasr appearance was In "The Olrl I Left Behind Me." at the Academy nl Music It I I uncertain whether Mt. l-rohman will put hla : new play. "Oudgeons. ' on before June I. the time when Miss Tiler's contract expires but she willed in It If it ta produced belore I hut I time. 1 Howard Gould la tha third son of Jay Gould. I and was horn In 17). Ho is one of ihe exec utors of his father's estate which In Decem ber. 1HH2. when the will wa- bled, w . esti- ' mated at t72.tiO0.inju. Mr. Gould a will pro vided that his estate, after oertain specific be quests had been dcrlucred, should Le divided into six equal parts, ench of th six ehil lien to receive tb It corn of on f 'he- parte for life, wl h power to dispose of his share ty will to his Issue. The amount lo ba thus divided wtia about iHi mi" as., so that each of Mr. Gould's children reeeiiea 'he In come of about 1 I ,' ti mm. according lo ihe values pill upon Mr Gould s proper y ".lie, u months ago. There Is a prevision in tlm will that in case any of tho rliildien shall marry without Ihe eoiiseui of a majority of the ex ecutors and Iruaeea wlo.are l .eorge I . I'.dwln. Howard, and Helen M. .-.nil th ehare of ueh child shall be reduced one-half- Howard Gould is a D. K. I it olunitus 'Legeand a director of the Maabat tan Llai ated. iit.it hi i- ll r ins thirsn. A Mew Verb lie. ler lie lies to St. I. ...Is bv i'.lss Brelre. Bt Louis. March 27. Dr. Albret I rarcola RoBdanaz ef f.ii:. I ighth imi WftaJ YraTl cltv. has bees here penniless during tha week. In New York he has a wife and haa Leen building una practice. Iloeald he waa a vic tim of th perlldr of an old and trusted school friend. "While I waa In Paris at lending the l-olo d Madiclue." Ii aald. " 1 made the acquaint ance of Fugene Muller. and Boon we bcamo fast frlebds. In June last I began the practice uf medi -ine at fi.'l t 1 iglith aveaua, Nwork. "On March 1 1 I met r ugene Muller and Ills father on i'ntrty fourth street. New York. Ther told me ther were in businei-a la bt. Louis, aad oilers. I me a position a' Brio ir iiioD'htu aileuu 10 their 1 loucli correspond ence. " I accepted their offer and rme with them I bought my ticket and pa!4 22 foi it. I had ooli ." In all. Muller said their store was at 127 Broadway Si. Louis. "no the way to St. Louis Muller asked me to loan hlui $20. which I did. as 1 had no idea of his being crooked." Ihe tartr arrived In Sr. Louie on Friday n.oiniug aud al-. .1 i the Me. cimui Hotel Muller told Dr. ooudane. to go m and gel ready lor breakfast and they would go to their home and return Iu a few mluulue. That Waa the last he saw of ihe Muller (iu Friday at eruoou be went In search of 127 Broadway, but failed to lluj the es tablishmeir. uii Krl iar night h- slpt in thi'itr Hospital, on Saturdar night at the 1 our Courts, aid on Sunday he ate hi ilret meal lor more than two To-dar h received from New York money enough to par his way Lack, and a atarlud Fast tax-sight. Bf.yor Stebleree ss4 ibe 4'.vrrobl. Mayor Schlareaof Brooklyn thus commented realardar oa lbs diacuaalon of hi name in eonaectloa wiiu the aomlaauoa for the uv arnsrshlp : ' If people have anr Idea that I suffsr from a welled head or hav bee In aar bonaet they will find tber are mistaken Whso I gsl through here. 1 so bank to our h"" FATIIKIIMALONKFORHEGEN'T M'ar.TKmitKB abkad in tub Burrn- rr iv i n.it.i , in r CAVCVB. Tber Wer All ar iartr Alt Prateeiaale Tbe 'slbolle Blspsiblleaae Were Oa.ee Vatber Mle-t1leBs HrtbisK' Nsm till Bint Sense I tb I'ss.sa At.RsNT. March 27. After an oglr fight that Will leave rankling wound In the Ilei nMb an organization. Father Hrlrester Melons nf Brooklyo. Dr. McGlynn's friend, was to night nomlnatsd by the Republican canens for Regent of the University to fill th vanancr caused br tha death of Bishop McNelrar of Albany. It was n fight between tha Catholic Republi cans aad the Protestant Repttbllcaaa Almost everr Catholic Republican opposed Father Mnlone. Senator Pound presided over ths caucus. Assemblyman Taylor of Brooklyn pot la nomination the Rev. Sylvester Malone of Brooklyn. Mr. Taylor anld that Kings county. with long Island, stood In a proud position nntl an unbroken front In desiring thenoml BntloB of Father Malone He waa beloved by everr Brooklvalte, was a Republican, and had but ono thing sgalnat his nominntlon; that waa that the dignitaries of th Roman Catholic Church did not want it. Hr. Tarlor knew of no rea son of the opposition except that Father Ma looe was known for his liberalism and Ilepuh llcnnlatn. He said that Brooklyn should be recognized for Its rec ord lo the last election. and i or the fur' her rea son that the Republi cans expect to electa Governor next year Tin. nomination wan seconded br Mr. Wrar of Brooklyn He spoke ths are iTmniiiiino. of Father Malone'aeul tnre and refinement, and aald It waa Father .Malor.e's flltieth anniversary of hla eonnsctlon with the Church of St. Peter and Bt. Paul. Assemblymen Mxon of Chautauqua spoke for Ihe claims of western New Vork. It had not been RepublleaB forone year, but for many years, he said. Mr. Mxon nominated the livv. Louie A. Lambert or th Catholic church of th Assumption at Scottsvllle, In the diocese of Rochoster. an I called upon tho veterans of the late war to aupport him The nomination of the Rev. Mr. Lambert was eoconded br Mr. Wlilttet. Mi. Fish spoke In favor of the nomination of Father Malon. Tb fact that Brooklyn wa not. a a rule. Republican, and western Now York was. furnished an aided reaaon. h aald. for endorsing the candidacy of lather Malone. Then Senator O'Conoor arose, lie said that the t Btholic Church, of which he ia a member. wot alware liberal In Ha educitlonal views. Still he would not vots for either of Ihe candi dates thus far named. Ha paid a compliment to mid place.'. In nomination Dr. Albert Vau derveer qf Albany, a Protestant. Senator Stnpletou voted for the Rev. John I Mullaner of the Catholic Church of bt. John the Baptist. Syracusa Senator Saxton. Speaker Mnlbr. and Mr Hob ble spoku in favor of th candlducy ot Dr. an derveer. speaker Mall. v made a abort apch oppos ing Father M.lone. because he understood that the. dignitaries of the Church wee op posed to him and he did not believe in stirring up church troubles. It hnd been -ug rested that evorybody woulJ unite on Col. George Bliss for a compromise, but only of one vote, that of benator lllcgiu. was enkt for Col. Bliss. ''n the roll call the voto was- Malone. 40: Lsmlert. IH: Vanderveer. 14: Miilliiey.ii. enntor ( ' .ggeshall changed his lot lo Father Miillaiiey. ami Mr NlKOO hi- to Father Malon Mr. I arlor moved that the vole for I titlier Malone bo made unanimous. The mo tion was ' in t led. and tho caucus adjourned. There have heen several candidates for this place, but the Iwo most irotn i nen I w el e Bishop lie: nurd Me tuald ot llocheaier and Father Ma li lie l.ver since the death .. I'.lsli.,,, MeNelrnr there has been great a.-iivifr among Roman i a' It li"s in pushing various candidates. Col. George Bliss bid I bauncev M. l'epew and verr many members uf ths Catholic Club hare heen heart nnd soul in advancing Bishop MctJunld's candidacy. They have made variolic pilgrim ages to Albany for thla purpose, aad have but tonholed moat of the I. epui ll an il was brought out on these visits, however, that tho late Bishop McNelrn was exceeding ly liberal in his ideas on the puhlia school question, and that Bishop Mctjuald wss a strong advocate o the paroohlal school sys-t-in of the Cat h die Church. Literature on th subject ws circulated among the Republi cans, and just at that time the Rev. Dr. Kd wsi .1 Mci .It nn came to Ihe front and nopii nated his old friend .aud supporter. Fattier Ma looe. tr. d.-t ll vn ii said that Father Malone be hoved stronglv in the public school system of the State, and had alwaya been a Republican of Republicans. A numheruf other eandldatea eame to the front, hut their chant ea were only momentary and hardly consldeted. The real fight was lo be between l.Nhop MckJuaid and I ather Mai one. Dr. McGlynn appealed to ex s.tiaior Thomas ('. I'lntt. and tho Tioga chief tain, while recogiftrlng the services of Father Malone and Di. MeOlynn to th Republican pitrlr. declared that ho should not berequeeted t.. take sides in a religtoua ujattur of this kind. Dr. Mci. lrrui visited Mr. l'la't several times. and Mr. I latt agreed that the prin cipal Democratlo frleuds of II. imp Me. t.'u i 1 especiallr In New York eltr. had never been particularly friendly to the Republican I arty, let Mr. I'latt continued to reluee to mix up in the light, saving that the Republicans at Albany wero quit competent to settle the matter wltout any auggeatlons Irom him. It ia evident, however, that sonic bolv decided, to Senator ii Connor's regret that Father Malone was to he nominated, and that on that understanding the liepubilcane who bail been supporting Bishop Mutual. 1 withdrew his name altogether. I ather Malone will be 73 years old on May ft. He is one of th oldest prlst in the diocese of Long Island, and his who csreor sine hi ordination lii.i I'tto spent in Williamsburgh. The result of tils fifty years' labors le to be found In ths well organized Psrish and beau tiful church of ss Fetor and i'sul lo Wythe avenue, near South Third atreel. lather Mul ne wua bora iu Trim. Ireland At the age of 17 he came to Ante lea in anm. pany with the Lev. Andrew Brrne ufterward the first Bleb id of Little Hock Ark . an I was admitted to the seminary at 1 eiaraevllle. Jef ferson county, thie Mate. He eon, I Isle I his studies at St John's Sem inary. Pordi.am. and was ordained finest on Aug. I."'. IM I Iu politics Father Malone le a Republican. Ho his alway- Interested hitii Belf la local antl national issues, and Is an euraest worker ut election tiiu". When tha fall of Sumter wee atirouDoed Father Malon caused the Stars und Stripes to J e liolsied to th spire of In-, -hni ili. and he kept them there ui-iil ihe news came from Appomattox that the war wus over. II celebrate. I the lowering of tho flag by preaobin:: a aerttion on " Broth erly I ovo" He has always supported Dr M--olrao. aud vea wrote to Rome ou hla behalf. HIS Jmii'l M .. jo vice l Ji loners tisssis UlucWedr resleay Me u lis Mas Ul.oj.frru le Sic L'rsir. A sedily-dressi man about () year of sue t,.ck a bail tlal oo th dowu-towu track ot Iho Broadway caul road at Thirty-fourth sliest an J H, uad way shortly after 2 o'clock resterday alte nooo and w th a ma sstio wav of his hand signalled several car to atop, la a lew miuutes there was a small bloosa le. A crowd gathered about ths uiau and wauled to know what it all meant " I'm a eon of I.od. ' Ihe man cried "and I want this thing stoi pad. No more cars will run on this road to-day " The maa was arrested sad arraigned lo th Jefferson Market Police Court lie sal i he waa Honor'-' ustavus of U4 -ulllaB street He waa ooiuuiillad for amloatiua aa to hi aoitr. lu-sse Mm rV.js 1 ftrssiBay. Aa slderlr maa with dishvlled bslr aad wild eree ttrctsd a crowd last night at Broadway aad Thirty-fourth strsst. With arms uplifted he sank slowly to hi koa aod began to prar lo a loud tone. Apollcemao took the extorter to the West Thirtieth street station He aald hla aamo weeOustav Hoaeri aod that b resided at 124 bulllvao eiieet He la 03 reais old. Hs iu tssetad ka MXlv ua. irOTHINU l.KfT Of 1KB BKAHBARUK. Bib la nirisse by f.eenl Ws-skirs aad BsrstS ta ibe Weter'e tStae. nViri. March 27.-Th wrecking fsmsr Orion, which Ballad from Roston on March Iff for P.oocador I!ef. for the purpose of saving the stranded war ship Ksarsarge, haa arrived her. The Orion reached Roocador Reef at 5 A. M. on last Thursdsr. si, a found that the Kaaraarge had been stripped, set on fire, and burned to tha water's edge br the local wreck era. After becoming satisfied that tber viae absolutely nothloj loft of the Kearsarge that wa worth saving, the Orion proceeded on Fri tter afternoon for this port, where she arrived to-dar. WxsHtvnTiv. March 27. -No despatch had ben received by Mr. Ilsrbert from Lieut. Force, the late executlv otTlcor of tha Kear arge. who accompanied the wrecking party to Roooador. It Is believed he will report to the department to morrow that th expedi tion has been abandoned, and that tha Orion will return at one to Roston. Hecreta-y Herbrt was much dlsappeiated on hearing that all chance ut ssving tha old ship was gone, but was Dot surprised, as ha had had great doubt, after recent reports of Ih condition of th wrack whan seen br pass ing steamers, that th vessel could be raised and brought to some port for repalra. The burning of the ship Is hells e.' to h due to ibe pilfering of aallvea from theNlcaraguan coasts, who flocked lo th veaasl in great num ber aoon after she wis lost. The Secrotarr believe that everything of value was stripped from the vesssl. and that even If the wreck could hav been recovered little would have been found save th hulk. While Hi attempt to save the vessel waa dic tated by purely sentlmentul reasons, there will be aenorel regret nmonc thousand of people, as well as many ef the older naval officers, over liercomplotedestmctlon. Among the younger naval ufflcera. who believed the money expeoded lo saving the ahlp could have been put to bettor use lu tho construction of a modern vessel there Is something of a feeling akin to rejoicing that tha navr will not ba bumpered br another wooden ahlp, Congress appropriated (43,000 for the pur Pose of restoring the vesssl ff possible, (lli.DOO to bo paid the companr If their attempt failed, and the remainder if the vessel was safslr Inflight to some American port. amithki: noun exi-i omu. v Ilteee Was ..!. . , bsn Nabodv Was Hurl. Pirr. March 27.-A bomb loaded with blast ing powder and fragments of Iron was explod ed this evening on the window sill of a public hall In Mun:. e.iti-ios Mntu-. Department of Maono-st-Lolre. A danco was going on In the hall at th tints Tlie building waa badly damaged, hut Loootlr was hurt. Ths towo Is the centr of a coal mining and quarrying district. I.om'on. March 2H.-T'he .-tnnJariTu Berlin correspondent, in commenting upon the probability of international action against dynamiters, aaya that exchanges of notes on the subjret with various countrlos have elicited gener.il approval ot the principle of making th manufacture of dynamite a Stat monopoly. an: svichMHon iu toiavirr. loll Hast b Ilea si Ms, ... (be Umsil la ' MB Atspolalese". AThirTi. March 27. -A light Is In progress over th appointment of a successor to tha late Senator Colquitt, although the bodr of th deatl Senator haa Dot yet ben laid away. Gov. Northen hue been surrounded by delegations from various pari of tho State, urging ths se lection of their favorites As ( mt. Northen Is himself a candidal for electloB to the Senate, the appointment of a man to 1111 the interregnum ia embarrassing lo him. It Is aald to-night that he will appoint I 'opt- Mitchell of Thomaavtll. to had off I on-gre-sman Turner, who is Hoke Smith's candi date. John I llali Assistant Attornoy General, wa tent from N ttsliinirton a Seretnrr Smith's representative before the Senator's death to ho on hand to take care of Mr. '1 ii i tier's Interests. He bus kad several Interviews with Gov, Northen. but it is not believed that he has had anr success. The eppolntment will be mads to-morrow night on the return of th Gov ernor from th funeral of th lata Senator Colquitt. ii i i;k in siAUisrn him tKi.r j.v jiii Walls Hi r.cwret- . svreaelag III Bt -leaee-He alar Die. WutTK Plain's. March 27. -John Hearr Barker was arrested recently and indicted on a charge of feloniously assault isg his wife in the towo of North tastle. Ha was committed to th county jail bore in default of fl.uoo bail by Justice I. It Tripp. '1 his afternoon he stsbbed himself several times in I he nock with a pair of scissors. About the time he did this Lawyer Hiram Paulding was arguing a motion before Judge Isaac V Mills for his discharge upon a teehni callty la the commitment papers. After hear ing the District Attorney in opposition. Judge Mills granted tho motion and signed an order for Harker'a release. When Deputr sheriff Acton went to Barker'a call lo release hltn Ihe man lav in an uncon scious condition upon thecell floor. Hlaelothns were saturated with blood, and the blood alalned sctsaurs were lightly graaped in his right hand Dra. Curtis and S.bml I who were summoned tin. tight to-night that Bar ker'a ohaBcea of recovery wr slim. VOMJMKK'a Vllt.HJ.XIS TU BK BVBSKD Calces lie Vacates Tkcsa bv April ley - Pro. eclieg Ibe Wnler Mesyaiy. White Pi.iins. X. Y' . March 27. -Commls-slonsrs Dsly. Dr. Cyrus Fdsoa. Chief Koginr Binlsell aud Lawyer II. T. Drkmau loft, Pawl log at 7 o'clock this morning to continue their tour of inspection of th Croton watershed. Their first atop waa at Patterson. whr ther iBsreeted several of the town factories. In order to devise a meane of conditioning them so that iliev will not have to he removed Dr. II- u said that If galvanized I as ma war placed on Hi factory ground he thought th preseal evi's credited lo the factory as being .leiriiueulal tu the watershed would be rem edied. lawyer Dvkman notified Mr. Boehmer thla afternoon that his bulldlDge would be buroed on April 11 if be did not vacate them by Ihe loth. The Inspecting party with tho excep tion of Mr. Drkoiau. roturued tu New lurk this alterooon. Psrry llretb tislc lbs I'esBSB relal. ssstls. CitsviNNiTi. o.. March 27. -For a month or mors rumors that 1'errr s. Heath uf Washington had bought a controlling Interest in ths tu saw sigh ffgaBssf of this city have been common Harry H- Moorhcad. President of the compear. to day leritted this rumor, saying t hat the stock owned br Mr. Halsieadand himself bad passed nut of thslr hands and Ihal Mr Heath would become 1'resi.leot ot ihe company, ihe trans fsr of ibe plant will be made at ihe nice lag of etookhotdeia in tho first week in April lie de clined to ev who wss backlog ill. Heath ur whel price the toi k brought. osarsssa.ee Wilson . I ale labl' Kaccb. Kin Antonio. Tex . .March 27. Congressman William I- Wilson this afteraooa waa taken in a carriage to tbe rauch of ex-Cougreasmaa Ben I able, eigh: miles south of the eitl Dr. I nilsrwool eaid that Mr Wilson is gaining strength vary tspidlv. Mi Wilson wid return to . an Autoi.io on Thursday. Mrs. Wilson and dauguler l.aie left tor home Mrs. s4i Sf-iilc Ui Nl I csss Mco. John Martin, the father of the child Busts, whose mutilated budy waa found in a Tblrtr nlath street cellar, waa anxious laat night abuut hi wif susaa who went uut at 1 o'clock from iBelr home at 050 Eleventh avenue, and bad not returned op to midnight He re ported her abaance to th polio at V o'clock Tay advlaed hiss not te wrry. and told him that she was probably paeclag th uigbt wits I sJllBBil I kfTMiiitLiyii rOI.ITICI.VNS IN" DISGRACE. HKMABKAtttB BKVKI.AIiny ABUVT SB I OVMII.Ayrt'S norkBHMBST. Neetlr fBJBf V.stii.r nf tbe Mlltrr Will Be t'sccale f.irt srrsnt Praelleee le tba l.aei Bieellea-Pieeslrr Wblisrr Ma l.s lalss.r li.lt e.it I NI. .lake's. Sr Joits's. N. k. March 27 . -Th nrst of th taction trials agnlast member of the New ftm.iilland lioverninont was llnlshed to dsr and resulted In the unsealing and dlscjuallfl catlrjD of the members accused. Messrs. Wooda and Moores. At tho general els. tlon lo No vember last verr large sums of public money were spont br tho Whltevav Oovernment t secure reelection, and It was openlr charged thnt ther wero bribing th whol eountrf. Ther were returnad with twenty rour mam hers agslnst twelve oppositionists, and tha defeated party Immediately sought evidence on which to Institute prosecutions under tha Corrupt Practices act. So successful were ther that ther lodged petitions against tha return of seventeen of the Iwentr-four Oovernment members, charging them with corrupt prac tices, and Ihe cases against llenrr J. Woods, Hut veyor-Oeneral, and Oeorge Moores both of whom represented Bay do Verde, were consid ered the woiat. The,r (rial began on Feb II before .fustl-e Bit Junto Winter id the Supreme Court. It las'sd five weeks, ami the accumulation of evidence was very great. Woods is a pillar of ths Methodist i hurch and Sunday school aiipsriniendout, and when the evidence was piling up against him the newspupers nick namsd him .Newfoundland's MeKune. the similarity betweeu his conduct and methods and thoss of the t.ravescnd bos being verr striking. Justice Winter gave judgment this morning in an elaborate document occupying three hours in deliveiy. i he rase Involved number of legal points unprecedented lo the l-.nglish inw of contested elections. Wood, with Moore, who wa practically ft , tool in his hand, was found guilty of a: end ing thousands of dollar in Hie e.ui.t n ttencr without legislative ii.ulioritv : of divortiBg money granted for certain pub'le works to various illegal usow; of employing a thouaand nieu In roatl making ami ao on durlug the week i acceding election ; of securing blank commlasloos. aod appointing his notorious supporters to positions of trust ; of securing Oovernment offices fur hi helpers: of em ploying numbers nf his eoostllueote on the Ooverument works in St. John's to secure their voles: of l arias their railroad fares and ssnd Ing them home to vote, and la-'ly. of several canes ot personal bribery, file Judge declared the election of both Woods and Moores void. uti.e.i'eii them, and dlsqunliiletl them from conies' Ing uny constituency during tit four years of ihe continuance of tho existing Legta let ii re. The men concerned In the corrupt practices. ontsldvthe unseated member-, will ne prose cuted, antl some witnesses for Woods will also be prosecute I for perjury having uivn lai-e testimony. The Judge' charge scored tha Oovernment severely, denounced the meth ods pursued in conducting the last election. anil hat.o-te: I 1 tllel.' in.'inagnictit of tho colony' funds as scandalously watefu! and marked by total disregard 'or pulille opinion antl the country's welfare. He Intimate I that other rases hearing the name aspect would i.e dealt with summarily It I Impossible to es timate ths sensation the verdict csuied or Its effect on the colony. The principles it lavs down tin such that every ue "' the other members accused will also he unseated. James fox. Receiver-Oeneral. and Thomas Murphr. tils colleague In St. John's Kas. aro being tried before Chief Jueth-a sir Frederick Carter on the same charge. I'd ward Morris. James Tessler, and Man In Furlong, members for St John's West, will eorae up (or trial on next Monday. Premier HlrWliliam Whbeway, Rouvrt Bond. Colonial Secretary fames McOrath. Chairman of the Board of Wort Oeorge Lmereon. speaker of the Legislature. In tact, every departmental officer and all the leading member of the Oovernment will he surely unseated. The po sition I unprecedented in parliamentary I tie llsh history, 'the obIv thing to be done by the present I iovernment Is to dissolve the Legi latureand have another g-neral election. Thla course tne Oovernment will adopt if the Gov ernor or the British Oovernment. to whom ha le responsible, will permit it under such elr cuuistances. I., ft" t .. '-I "ML It is expected the Oovernment will dissolve Immediately, as ff they wait for the cooeluston of the other cases before doing so their whole sale eiectloo Is looked upon a a certainty If thu Oovernor allows dissolution the legisla ture may secure a new lease of power. The evcfloinent here le intense This Is the first time that a case of till kind has been tried here, and tho severity of the sentence appals ths Oovernment There is no knowl edge that a Oovernment has ever hsn con fronted with euch a condition of things nsfor In any British oniony It Is believed that tha Government will decide upon some course of procsdure to-night oik it i. n: it I. Kit to a vit inn. Halter Htart. After !. HagrlB2, m ills lllei.il Willi Js. Leopold Start. 48 rears of age. a hatter, committed suicide lst night bv Inhaling ll luiuii.ttliig gas st bis horns. 24& Fast lu4ta st rest. lis had a wife and alz children owned the house in which he lived, and had a hat store In Third avenue, near Thirteenth street. which afforded him a comfortable living. For a long time he had suffered from hemor rliages of the nose, which caused Intense pain, clogged up hla throat, and made breathing difficult. He had never hinted at suicide, how ever and did not even appear despondent. ' About H o'clock laat night he left his wife B and family in iho library. Half an hour later H a atrnng odor of gaa caused his son to brsak Into the bathroom There Start waa found on the floor with one end of n gas tub in his mouth The tj waa turned on full. He was not dead, and Dr Ford of 247 Fast ll)4th street and Dr. M. ft. poiak of '. Fast 10411 etreet were summoned. Ther worked, over the unconscious man for half an hour, but could not save him. aad he died without regaining conaeiousaesa. Start belonged to llenrr Clar Lodge F. aad A.M. He wa a Herman by birth. Mlf.lt.MII'l WUMKS MIMtTBKLB, Tbelr B-Sew a Soeeees, A rbeeib Whet sin Areola Mai bWrt Bur People Atvay. Px i r n" v March 37. - The condemnation which some of the clergymen aad church goers placed upon the mlaatrel show given ia Apollo Hall to-night br Peterson's young so ciety women kept buodreds from the halL Mis Harriet Fairbanks, who conducted tha affair, thinks that Thomaa Arnold is responsi ble for much of to-night's small sllemlsBce. He said In prayer meeting m tne ( Lurch of the Redeemer th. other night that the ro.mg women were not making proper use of their talents and adviaed those at the meeting not to go to the show There were forty of the eltr' foremost young society leader upon the stage in ih opening part, dressed la corn-colors I crenou a. id part iu uurile silk. Although disguised io wigs an f burnt cork, they I..0..0I as charming as when nor maauuerading Their jokes sod songs were enjoyed aod ap plauded and the show vius a sueeees from Ihe start Tha performera appeured on the pro gi amine under all aorta ol ridiculous nom de plumes Miss Oer' rude Cirland was the interlocutor. A alng dance waa executed by Mlsa Nellie IBxTtoa. age.) 1:1 years an I Miss Minnie Doug lass .lanced aa original fan dauc. I tut euter lainiiici.t con clui'ed with a faicc called ' The osopliy l'i. to Date." with Miss Lawless. Mlsa 1 lark Miss Yatss and Mi. ass Ninon and Mauls Cat roll lo th cast. I ante's Ml. .l.s. t'lcib a Haleiec. Harry W. Dartoa. for twelve reere a clerk tor the H. 11 Clafliu Cuuipaay. left bla bosae. at 457 Hsacock stree'. Brooklyo. last Satur day, sarlng that hs was ill aud wa golog to tee dootor il did not sou back, but on Buadar he was fousd at ths Imperial Hotel, He disappeared from there ua Moudar. aad waa found dead ycsic.dsy la a itsia he had hire on Monday In Brown's HoieL a lodging house at Flevcatb strsst end Blita avcaus H had shot himself in tbe heart. He left a letter tor hi wif. which We eaeleeaa 1b ao envelope addresd to P. U a ward, with this aote: Osxs rwesa rises give ibis 1 ar wif. Hs lived with hie wife, her (our-reer eid eeaV . ojad ftle Bkothei-ia law.