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Ti I 8 THE SUN THURSDAY JANUARY 23 1896
I
t STATE Mil ASSOCIATION
1 PRESIDENT ROHERISOX GIVES A
I HZbCUJU HP ITS ITORK fon JIEFORST
Nearly All the Reform II Httttute or Or
aBnlc lnw lie Hnr Have lleen Mod
t f Throeiicli II HaicKetlon and Effort
Dleulon or the Monroe Doctrine
ALBANY Jan gThe Blate liar Association
convened In the City unit totUy for the annua
f1 business sestlon The meeting opened with the
N f annual address of 1resldent William II Rob
ertion of Kntonah Ho presented ft short history
of the liar Association and the work accom
pllshed In the reform of laws The liar A soola
ton ot New York State ho wld quoting lus
t tire Brownof the United Blntes rlupromo Court
f If It had no other title t fame than the Bland It I
ha taken with regard t two or threo questions
f
of public Interest and with regard to the appoint
k i ment of two or three men at different times
tr would have vindicated 118 right to existence and
t established Its claim to reposition and t the
admiration of tho community by thot very
acts
Since the Incorporation of the Bar Assocla
ton he continued nearly all the reforms by
itatute or tho organic hiw nf tho State have
been made through Ita suggestions and efforts
ben throulh It slllo tons erort I
The good work It has already done Is an earnest
of greater usefulness In tho future
lie pave considerable attention to the feces
0 eltyof relieving the Court of Appeals from Its
great stress of work He pointed out the neees
it ilty of restricting the number of appeals either
by legislative enactment or other means Much
labor has been performed by courts and mem
f bers of the legal profession In ascertaining
whether certain laws arc In force or whether
they have been repealed Hereafter no law
ihould be repealed by Implication He advo
cated the creation of 0 court for the settlement
I I of contests for seats In the Legislature This
court should be appointed from exJudges of
I i the Court of Appeals or tho Supreme Court
l New York States representative In Congress
I were requested to secure the passage or the
i sherman bill for the relief of Federal r Courts as
regards stenograph and court attendants
f The association unanimously adopted a rcsolu
r tlon providing for appointment by the Prei l
j J f dent of a committee of nrc to take Into consid
eration tho subject of an International court of
arbltiutlon along tho lines proposed by Dr
c t Depew In hi add rein last evening
I Dele revised Monroe doctrine as reported In
the Senate was discussed mid criticised a 0
violation of the established policy of the United
fotates and ns likely t lead t much Inter
t national trouble
4 Moorllold Storey of Doston President of the
American Bar Association who wan called upon
lAr
t for an address declared that the United States
t f needed not one foot more of territory than It
already has and that It also ha mutters enough
t 1 t to dispose of without Reeking other trouble
t True patriotism he said consists In opposing
t the present Inclination t the fostering of a war
I t I t ptrit
I < Elbrldge L Adams of Rochester read a paper
1 Elbrldle Procedure In England and mal
I Procedure suggestions for the revision of the Code of Civil
The discussion on the matter occupied two
hours and at It conclusion exPresident Flero
c offered a resolution to the effect that the liar
Association recommend the passage of an act
f railing upon the Legislature to designate the
j Chief Justice of the Court of APpeals and the
presiding Justices 01 the several appellate di
i visions as a Commission to revise the rule of
1 1 i 0 I the cOlrt and select from the Code of Civil Pro
cedure whAtevorsiatutea the Commission deems
I in Its judgment should be rules of court and
t further provide for the revision of the Code of
Civil Procedure to conform with the section
Clyllroeure
ro eliminated This was carried
I Edward n Whttakor New York was then
k elected President the association with the
I I I following VIcePresldents First Judicial district
folowing
trict Walter S Logan Second district Edward
T Lovntt Third district Ed win A liedell
t I Fourth district John n 1 Wendell Fifth dis
l trict Ceylon II Lewis Sixth district John B
Btanchttcld Seventh district Charles T Sax
1 ton Eighth district John E Pound
i JtAILROAD PROPERTY TRANSFERS
1 i All the Intercut Andrew B Culver Bald
r to Have Been Dlpocd Of
There wero recorded In the County Clerks
office In Brooklyn yesterday the following
i transfers property
New York hay Ridge and Jamaica I I 0 north
I side > t division line lands Kmma Ball and HobcrtA
t f Hirer or Albert K Johnson runs northwest 34 to
I II uorlheiit line land required by P f and C tL SJ
t t t Co thence along laid Hue on a curve about east oi t
i land James Iludd x southeast t x southwest 21 x west
= K2 gkl Iroiiivct I 1ork nml Coney Island B I Co
i anl
t to rirooklvn and Manhattan lieach It K Co
nominal New York Day Ridge and Jamaica
r Railroad Company north side of west boundary
1 line lot No 1 In map recorded In Liber 845 muTt
l cage a eloJ runs welt W by east 24 by a tri
i angle all land lying west nf Halt becond street and
I I north of north line of land tnken by New York Hay
lilacs and Jamaica llallrnad Company aa laid down
t t in map nA K Johnson town of New Utrecht Andrew
1 II Culver tn the New ork Brooklyn nnd Manhattan
i llcach Kallroad Company I and a nominal
c Some time ago It was reported and denied
i that Austin Corbln in behalf of the Manhattan
t Ileach Improvement Company was trying to
l get possession of property along those lines
It Is now asserted that according t the
f transfers yesterday the Prospect Park and C
i tiny Island Itallroad the New York lay Ridge
and Jamaica Railroad and all the Interests of
t Andrew I Culver are now under the control of
the new Ilrooklyn and Manhattan leach
f 1 I Railroad Company which Is I controlled by the
i t I Manhattan Beach Company
r r r t
1 OSULLZYANS rZYB1r JAG
I
j llnnlfelted Itcelf In film Desire t Smith
I Thing In a Saloon
f A man who cave his name as Dennis OSalll
< vat nod who said be was a lawyer living at 183
I Vuu Voorhls street Brooklyn created a dls
i i tnrbance last night In Fishers saloon 1 Mont
I gomery street Jersey City He threw tumblers
at the barkeeper swept the free lunch off the
table and smashed everything within his reach
A policeman summoned a patrol wagon and sue
t ceeded In getting OSullivan Into It with the as
I sistance of other policemen
J On the way to the Gregory street police station
l ton the prisoner assaulted a policeman and
nearly threw him out of the wagon On reach
I Ing the station OSullivan became very violent
and It took four policemen t restrain him As
be was being taken down stairs to the city
i prison he kept shouting that he was an Ameri
him can citizen and that It was an outrage to arrest
I 1 Newbnrclisi New Postmaster
JI i 1 NEvrnfiion Jan President Cleveland
I has appointed Lewis W Y McCroskery Post
c J master of this city and at least four other
f I strongly backed candidates all with more or
less Hill predilections are disappointed The
four turned down are exCollector Henry M
Leonard exAFsemblyman James W Miller
1 Ier
exAldrrman William Doyle and James I
I Dnnphy proprietor of the Irtst Mr McCrov
kery is the Kin of exMayor McCroikery and la
a lawyer Ho studied In the once of JmlKO
i I IrOVI and has held the offlce of Itccorder for
four years Ho In capable and will without
doubt make an acceptable Postmaster Tho
I I I milary Is S11 and the business of the office Is
t I Increasing right along The appointment If
i I I confirmed gives the Cleveland side of the party
f l I every oue of tho Government olIlceH In the city
i 1 0 Inl > llher Martin Cnie to lie InvetlBnted
i it Assistant District Attorney Battle said yester
j I I day that ha was Investigating caso of Alfred
W Martin the publisher of 26U West Fifty
I fourth street who escaped trial on an Indict
ment for nsnuult in the first degree by spending
i ole cloy In the Hellevue Hospital Insane
pavilion Mr Battle said that he had sent for
j the complainant John C bills to learn If
Martin bud annoyed him as he had threatened
hn would Mr Battle was surprised to learn
that MarlIn spent such a short time In the In
ane pavilion tutu mid that ha supposed the
rnnn was confined In tha Wards Island asylum
lie salI that Martin had spent two months In
the loinbs and was really sutllclently punished
r for his crime
i I rcrlinp Knebel Wanted to Get Off the
Urldee
1 Policeman Donnelly of the bridge force saw
a man climb up the Ironwork on the south
j roadway near the bridge tower yesterday fore
I noon anil prepare apparently to jump Into the
t river lhe olllcer arrested the stranger He
Mid he WR Louis Knebel a Frenchman 40
I i years old of va John street this city and he
1 declared that ho had no Intention of leaping
f from the bridge Justice Wnlsh of the Adams
street Court held him to answer on a charge of
ti disorderly conduct
Iluokkceprr Hum Killed Illrarir
I Adojph Sue Dl years old I bookkeeper who
lived wllli his wife anti son at 156 lower
I strict Jersey Cltj klllesl himself ycstenlny
mornlnt He got I up about o A M went Into
the front I room i ami 1lnl I nn thn lounge shot
j blniMlf In I Un fiirlit iciiiplu with najcallbre
i levolver III 11 pofc nnd I MIII our lkened by
thei iiolMioWfi < ilolon tutu found Sim lying
i I HI the I ioexih I his feet t on the floor lylnl I
died in Irnvti vvltOluleK Sui ha been meliii
L holy fijffeii f inlna and wan Miflerlng from a i
f j dler M > oiiiMlimjiliiiIcuu pronounced in
cutablsmhlch hU V prolounce IIj
t
I 1 J hnl
J ittQ T7 Ju 0 w
1
AN APPEAL FOR nIB ARMENIANS
Reolntlon Heportnl hr the Senate Com
mltte on Foreign ItelMtlon
WARiuarnnx Jan 22 The Senate Commit
tee on Foreign Relations this morning ordered a
report on tho Armenian resolutions list were
referred to It The preamble recites tho BUD
plementary treaty of llcrlln of July 13 187R
and says that the object of said treaty was to
place the Christian subjects of tho Porte under
the protection of the other signatories thereto
and t secure to such Christian subjects full lib
erty of religions worship and billet the equal
benefit of the laws and all the privileges and
Immunities belonging to any sublccts of the
Turkish empire The resolutions are
mrreat The American people In common with all
CtirlitUn people everywhere hare beheld with hor
ror the recent appalling outrage and rmvimncreii ot
which the Chrlitlan population of Turkey hal been
made the victim
Heinhtil fly the ScaM of the United RUtes the
Homo of ItepreinntatlTei concurring that I I nn 1m
penative duly In the Interest 01 humanity to express
the earnest hope that the European concert brought
about by the treaty referred to may speedily be given
Its effects In such deduce shall ta
ItlJut er11 Ilch meniiiren as hal stay
the hand of fanaticism and lawless violence and ns
hal secure to the unoffending Christian of the
Turkish empire Ml the rights belonging them both
u mn ADd osChrl tlins unit ai beneficiaries of the
explicit provision of the treaty Above recited
JlintvtA That the President be requested to com
munlcAte these resolutions t the Governments oC i
treat Britain O nnanv Austria France Italy and
nuisla
RuohvA further net the Senate of the United
Iulvc jrh Tst Unld
Mates the nOl at lprntaUve concurring will
support the President In the not vigorous action he
may take for the protection nnd security uf American
citizens In Turkey ml to obtain retires for Injurlt
J Llf rt1
committed on the persons property of inch citizens
Mr Platt Rep Conn expressed I feeling of
satisfaction at the report
Mr Gray Bern Dell a member of the Com
mittee on Foreign Relations Intimated his
approval of the concurrent resolution but sug
gested that It lie over till tomorrow
Tho resolution was therefore laid aside for
future acton
MISS HARTOrf OFF FOR ARMENIA
With the Red Coa Fine FlantlnB from
the New Tort Mizzen Track
Miss Clara Barton President of the American
Tied Cross Society who Is going to try to take
charge of the distribution of American dona
tions for the relief of sufferers in Armenia ar
rived In this city nt 7 oclock yesterday morn
log from Washington She was met nt tho
station by a committee from the New York Red
Cross and escorted t Delmonlcos where n fare
well breakfast was given In her honor Mrs
Charles C Raymond President of the New
York Red Cross presided Those present were
tin P C Dennis Mrs C II H Cottrell the
Hon George C Barrett Gen and Mrs Olorov
icky Mr and Mrs Stephen E Iarton Miss
Myotls Barton Dr O Steger Mrs M W
Kraus Dr A tonne Lessor Medical Director
of the New York Red Cross and the other
members of the party who will accompany
itlss Barton on her foreign mission These are
George H Pullman financial agent Dr J I
Hubbell field surgeon Ernest Mason linguist
and Miss Lucy Graves secretary toMlss Barton
Mrs Raymond made a speech wishing Miss
Barton the successful accomplishment of the
object of her journey and a safe and quick re
turn Miss I Barton replied briefly and an
nounced her Intention of sending nt once to
this country for A competent corps of nurses
provided she Is l admitted to Armenia
After the breakfast the entire party left for
the American line pier to see Miss Barton safely
aboard the New York on which she suited at 11
clock Several newspaper men were awaiting
ber and In reply to their questions she said
I do not know that the Sublime Porte has
announced to the Turkish Minister at WashliiR
ton fund Its opposition t the distribution of this
tnd
fundDo
Do you mean to say then that you dont
believe > that such announcement has been
made
made1s Barton replied laughingly I dont say
that You can say It If you want to I have no
definite plans I shall mature my plans ns I become
como more thoroughly acquainted with tho oh
tacles to be overcome I was asked to do this
work because her couldnt get any one else to
do II I am simply the agent for carrying out 0
great work I do not know the amount of tho
relief fund I am going to Armenia to care for
he sick and feed the hungry There Is no
bravado In my going abroad I am a simple
womanbent on ahumnno and difficult mission
Miss Barton expects to arrive In Constantino
ple In I about twentyone days Including short
stays nt nnl an and ileneva Immedi I
ately upon her arrival sue will confer with Min
sterTerrell l with 0 view to bringing the lion
poses ot her mission before the Sultan amid
securing the neeesarv permission for carrying
nits work I vvas said ypstenlay by those in
A position to know that Miss liarton now nas
50000 at her disposal and that moro will bo
forthcoming as soon as the attitude or the
Turkish Government toward tho movement becomes
comes settled
eelte
Many telegrams and floral tributes awaited
Hiss Barton aboard the New York One of the
alter came from the Armenians of this city As I
the big liner moved out into tho stream the tai
of the Red Cross Society floated at the inlzzen
truck nnd Capt Orant said that It should stay
here nil the way across the ocean
Before leaving Washington Miss Barton had
an Interview with Cardinal Sntolll who gave
her n letter to the Oran Patrlnrch ni Constantinople
<
Inoplc who U I said to be quite Intimate with I
the Sultan Miss Barton hopes that the letter
will prove a valuable means of securing recog
nition by the ulan
WARIIISOTOX Inn 2The following Is the
official announcement of the Red Cross on the
lepnrturoof Miss Clara Burton and a part of 1
he staff today for Europe
In accordance with its undcrntnndlnc with the Na
tional Armenian lUllef Committee of Xew York n1 I
the Armenian Relief romialttees of llmtoti arid Wor
ester the American National lied Cross starts toslny
for Turkey 10 lnv > tlmti > on the spot and ileteniilan
whether or not II will he able to distribute loC r
monu the nufTerera from famine want and fclcLiiem
BOc
in different sections of Turkey
As we never solicit funds for our work the above
named Armenian Hellef Committee fat whits soil
citation the Hoc Cross han responnedl have undi
taken the ralsnic of funds and supplies which will I
utilized b > us
In ease It is I found Impracticable orlmposslhlefor
U is to adequately distribute the relief we will jots is I
he several cnmmtttfcs and other existing tiirenc let I
wii If Used 00 that all contributors may be mcureit I
hat motley and material given by them wilt reach
the sufferers
Thn lied Cross will be In constant communication
with these committees I who will I inuke renortfi lo tho
public I from tint to time of the progress or mir ol
In itt mean lime all funds should IMJ sent In MrKtirft
Irow n Pro I Co New York Ilo < lnn and I Plilladt1
phis lo lip placed to mite credit of Cite Armenian relief
fund or to inn American I National lied Crns
CUIIA IURTOS President Am a Keel Cross
JTILL THE KULTAX ADMIT HER I
Krrbrt to Opt n Permit for the Red Cross
Hnclety to Enter Anntolln
CONSTANTINOPLE Jan 22 Minister Terrell 1
rays that he does not desire to make any state
ment In regard 10 the prohnblllty of thin Sultan
consenting to Miss Clara Bartons I > proposed dis
tribution of relief among tint Armenians in
Asia Minor I Is learned from other sources
that Mr rell Is making earnest efforts both
at the palace anti the Porte tn secure tho ad 1
mission of tho lied Cross Society Into Aimtollu
with full permission to supply the needs ot thu
tarvlng Armenians
The opinion prevails nt the British Embassy
however l that the relief which Is being afforded i
b iy the missionaries Is I sulllclent for thin needs of rP r
the Armenians without thu assistance of nny
utshlers Thn Porte bus not yet reached n cle
Islon In the matter In response to the represen
atlons made by Minister Terrell
An old gentleman in New York
city whoso temper Is unmuvrlint
Irascible l Hnyu conccrniiiK lUpium
Tubules I always keep u box in
the drawer of my desk nnd when I
find that in a dlHCUHsloii with u
caller I un > lieKiniiliiir to net angry
I take 1 Tnbulit I I do tills I avoid
disordered stomach If I do
I tilonlcrrd Htollcl not I
often have a headache nnd go luimu
depressed with fatigue Honictlines
if the Inn I inn tnlkiiiK with Is
renlly I pretty Kood fellow I tvo
1dm n Tubule nlso Two taken I in
tills way invariably Hwcctun tin
temper compose tlio stunmcli and
preserve friendship
Rlpans Tabule are sold by druggists or by
mall If the price thO cents I IKHI U sent to The
Rlpans Chemical Company Nn 1U burucej tit 1
I MBVV York barnplo vial 10 cooLs
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My mama uad Wool Soap I with mine had
WOOLENS will not shrink If
WOOL SOAP
li uscd In Ibis laundry oei Snap is delicate and refreshing
nr
reeking for bath purpose The best cleanser
Jliiy n bar ff four circlers
Raworlh Schoddo Co Makers Chicago
03 Leonard II New York
i YYW3Y r
Even if gas VUIR free i would
c 7 flY you to UbO <
THE IMPRoveD
Welsbach
LIGHT c
lives three limes the lht with
I hail Ihe gas
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1Pa THE WELSOACH COMMERCIAL CO t
MANHATTAN IHCANCUCINT LIGHT co
1 Asi I o 1 r I it 1 till lie
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TI I Popular prior In furniture irr
iVIVK Vail vt tibia on JJil at etid are
alratn a crund every day
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RICORDS SUCCESSOR 4
Tho Now timid Successful Method of Curing tho WnstliiR Diseases of Men
Sterility and also Vnrlcocclo Hjilrocolo nod Btono in tho Bladder
Without Citlltnv Pnln or Connnoniont
CouflcmcltTer can be no doubt but that the mantle of
Thlllppe Rlrord the creates specialist In DIsease of
lien hal fallen upon the ihouldtri of a worthy mo
k celor and an American Dr I II Kane of New York
oily who ipent flee yean under the direct tutolac
of the treat Frenchman and < In the wards of the
Ilopltal du llltll hat not only carried out with sue
eeu the wonderful method of hit teacher but has
Inaugurated new operation and new method that
are far In advance of anything known In this country
at the present day
Under his treatment which li both simple and
pleasant Bterlllty Falling rowers Drains Losses
Sexual Neurasthenia Exhaustion of Nerve Force
rapidly disappear and art1 replaced by a condition of 1
strength virility and nerve > ower that are a revela
tion to the patient
ton palnt
Dr Kane also cures Varteocele and Il > droeele at
I any ant without pain orculllnj by a rnetho peu
llarly his own and can and dooi refer to cured and
IltOP 111COHD OF PARIS living patient In every part of the United States who
may bo consulted as to retutuby mall or In person
For specific Mood poisoning Dr Kanes treatment without mercurials stands unparalleled for rapidity
safely and certainty Herle of Lombard Clinical Lecture on the Nature und Treatment of
Vxrlcocrle Iltrtrocele Hlndder Proatatle nd Kidney IlUeme Stricture Uleeti and
Neuatheala l Wlll be eat sealed to any nddre
11 prof nENny I KAF 188 Welt 8Uh It
hours 1012 A M 84 78 P M Sunday 1 P M
No fee of any kind required until the certainty of perfect ronulti li proved beyond a question uu
irtiy girls vt Hn nui
WANTED nuliit 31olei > lrtukleii aj
oklu1 1 tUlall
JUlN I vvueiiim I KV ivl vvm lllN i I
lavcutur Uuvclbury taeal buap
I Y ni Ct 1 riMi iiri ASH SNA P V
iuiiAiiir is l nn nvin IIAUU ishAiisi II r
CAIIITM 111 IIS AT I I I I
I CAUIITM I CUtVIJilTIIVAIT < M I
CAllICtJ J iui vu r UIU TW1 IJ
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DID shE RAISE A CHECK
1UVSIG TEACHER DVREGES HOOK
KEEIKR IN JAIL
The Cheek Appear to lEnin Keen Ralni
from 81O to SlOOO lint Hhe Way that
Ilnrece JIant to dive Her VlOOO
A dnrkhnlred blackeyed anti pretty young
woman was committed t Jail yesterday by
Justice Walsh of Brooklyn ponding a bearing
on I chnrgo that she bad raised a check on the
Kings County Trust Company from 1 10 t
1000 mid that she had collected the mono
She gatt her annie us hello Clinton and said
sha teas UJ years old and a resident of n Mnlde
street lloston Mass She confesses that ho
name Is not Clinton anti says that she prefers
to bo known under nn alias because sho does
not want her parents who live nl a small town
In Massachusetts to know nf her arrest
The complainant is John Dnrcue who keep
nmutlo school nt 18U Livingston street lo
n bo engaged Miss Clinton whom ho mot
by clmnco In this city coven months ago A liii
prlvnto secretary She wns In tho habit of
making out his checks and sho frequently
welt for him to tho Kings County Trust Com
pniiys office nt Fulton street anti Court tuuare
to mako deposits On Dec 17 sIlo appeared al
thu bank with n draft for ten hundred dol
lars payable to bearer and signed by Durcgo
Tho paying teller John A Urlflln who sup
posed that thin young woman was the Profess
ors daughter unhesitatingly paid over tho
money Next day Durcgc who Is 0 short mid
ilia ngml man went to tho bank ant asked IC I
the check had been cashed When ho wn toll
that It had been And that Miss Clinton hut
got 1001 ho WAS much excited
Iot My lienensl he exclaimed That check
was for only 10 Ive IKUII robbed ali ruined
Ho wanted tint Trust Company to make good
tho amount and on Its refusal to consider tho
proposition bo brought a suit against tho com
pany Ho fall ho did not know where Mice
Clinton could lie found but the bank nfllclnls
put prlvnto detectives on the case antI they
rnrcil her to litton There Detective Ail
urns and eleorge V llrower the I lawyer repre
senting I the bank h 1Io an Interview I II with I rIJ her
on Sunday last Sho readily acknowledged
that she bad taken tho money alI had In
c Ie1 the gi enter portion of It In real estate
but oho declared that the check had been
drawn by Mr Durrue and that she had not
rnlsed It from 51 to SldOO Mr llrower re
tinned to Brooklyn with her statement which
suit will bo used In tha bunks defence In Dureges
suitTho music teacher had In the menmvhllo
made n charge of forgery against Miss Clin
ton and u warrant und been Issued for her Ar
rest Tilt < exlstetico of the wnrrnnt was
< nuwn to ono of the detectives emplosed und
Iw Induced the joung woman who hod used
sonic of the money In making savernl stjlWi
additions I to her wardrobe to accompany him
to Brooklyn lute reached there on Tuesday
light nnd had another talk with the banks
lawyer She spent that night In 0 hotel in
Fulton street
Yesterlnv morning she surrendered herself
to tin police amid she wns locked up In tho
AdaniH Street Court Lawyer Baldwin F
trI appeared for her all entered u plea of
lilt Ltllltl
lull
This woman Is wholly innocent ho said
and I demand nn examination ns soon ns 118
plble MIC admits that t she has this mans
motley und she will keep I Ho gave It to her
nnd her urrent is I un oulrngo
Justice WnlMi deferred examination until
this morning and llted hal ut 31000 The
ounc woman could not furnish 1 bond man
amid sho went to jail Hcforo sho was taken
from the ourt sho talked freely with 1 report
er about her case She wore a handsome black
watered silk gown 1 black velvet cloak and I
black Galnsborouith hat
I Is I true sho said that I lived with Mr
lurege in Livingston street and I was known
In the neighborhood its his wife He has a wife
Ivlng In New York city but she hns been set
iratecl from him for 3vo years and he Is I pas
ng her I a month I met Durcgo in Kut
Twentyseventh street about eel months
igo nnd I few days later I agreed to go to his
house I did I lot of business for him at the
iiink hut ho drew up nil the checks
He gave me this check for SI000 In order
10 defray the expenses of nn expected Illness
In lioston The check WOH entirely In his
mnrtwrltlng although the body of ills In a
lanUwrltlng that much resembles mine It is i
not true that Mr Durcgo made out the check
for 10 only The money is mine now and I
ntend to Keep It
An examination of the check with a strong
magnifying glass shows It is I said Unit the
ten bad lieen followed originally by 0 long
ien Htrcikn lending to the printed word dol
lien The word hundred It Is said hit
been written partly oer this stroke all there
vies every Indication so It Is asserted that
thin figures on the check representing S10 and
hundrcdths had been ntnl read
SI000 no hldredlb8 ben changed t rea
Mr Dureye don le last night the girls story
In every Important detail asserted that
hn had never been known to anybody us his
wife
A despatch from Honton suys that Miss din
ton was Known nt a Maiden street South Knit
uhtMo he engaged lodgings as Miss Rivers
Slut was ladylike ut nil times
rIlEY irivr TO nr aorERXon
Republican Who Would Like to Succeed
Mr Morton
After careful research the following list ol
Republican candidates for Govetiior was uc
Liiowledgeel yesterday to be correct up to data
Sneaker Hamilton Fish Comptroller Jnmcs A
Roberts Geti Edwin A McAlpin LieiitGov
Charles T Siutton amid Representative Serene
I Pajnn of the Twentyeighth Congreja dls
rbt
rbtNot
Not one of these candidates It Is very well
known cnn bo nominated without tho rnnccnt
of lie i Republic State machine as dominated
ity Mr 1lutt and his friends From nil that li I
mown at the present time the chances hccmtu
hit or the nomination of Mr Fish This vas
he judgment jcstcrday of Republicuns who
ire lookliiK forward with n great deal of Inter
est to the Bcrnpil Republican State Convention
ot tho jcar when thu Governor and Lieuten
ant Goveinor are to be nominated This Con
ent hilt it was added will not ho hell until
September in the meal time not a day passes
v iihout demontrntllH the great Interest of Re
puhlii ans concerning thu possible successor of
iov Morton
In nil thec tnleulntlons not a hint Is heard
itt a possible Democratic I sueee Kir and in this
natter the Deuiotrnm lire uiiixlnucd that thee
He uhUuitni nre counting their t rhlvkens nway
head of time While Mr Fish Is uiiiloubt
1 > considered at piesent to L In thin van It
vns the opinion that nt the proper time thu ii
uentlul lends of Comptroller Roberts will
et ee 1 to It that his claims are lot forgotten it
vas not believed to IH 1 within the bounds of I
H slblllty that t Mr Siixlon will be nominated
<
It 1 I was the I lellnon that In the Bullion fcena
orlal light last fall Mr Saxton had managed
to ottcnil both the Ilatt and tliuaiitlPlatt lc
liii > 11 leans I i would not mirpilnu nnjbod
houuh If len McAlpin amid Representative
ayne folkid 1 abend somewhat at the last und
t heir tilenils have not given 1101 I hope of lami
I ng tin m ity any means
An liitei < < sUinr statement was mnda tn tho
ITirt that If there Is to be I freeforall light fur
10 nomination nil Itte andlilutcs might Unit
n most exasperating competitor In Regircieiit
tlvn Hciijamln II Udell I I Jr 1 m of the feen
eentli Congress district Mr Odell is I Chair I
nan of the xecutlvo l Committee of thu He
uhllriin State committee HU I i friends told 0
IMllall ii t Albanv I jcsteiday that il lrldel I I was
hut pultli 1 ularly In lute with his plain an n
I oiigiessmaii I this estimation ut Mr Udells I
rieinls ho could put up u very pretty light tor
he nominal Ion provided the candidate hail
nol nliendy been ielectes by Mr PJntt I und his
rends Thll they did lot Iwlicvo wits the
use biu they will not take n step until they
UI le assured of heir I bcnrlngh Tho tiuheriia
tiunitil Convention of lie HepuhlkliliB will iin
oubtcdly bu bold at riuiltoga
Rooming McKinley In Nebraska
LIVCOI Jan t2Thie Nebraska BIlIe
inirnal tho leading Republican nuwsunper of
lie Mute cams out yu < terdny In an editorial
looming 1 for President It
folmlnl McKlnley I asserts
tbiiii McKlnley Is the choice of the vast majority
of Nebraska lleplibllcam nnd will irrcUu I
eitiiii deli gallon tout this Mate A State con
enlinii I ot McKlnley l club hits been culled I lo
mel 111 l u on Feb 1H unit the work iitiiruaiillnir
UII
ilcMlllev i i I clubs IM I Lolne on all over thu Mute I
Uino of the Itiidhig I Republicans of t Ito Mule
iieluil log exGov Iliac and Inner are hard
It t work uuouiliig McKlnley I
Put In lighting Form by Nuviil Heerven
JUiKiuii Jan as Francis Winslow com I
jauntier of tIle North Carollua Naval Reserves
reports that tile monitor Naiiluckft ut Wilmington
mington In ten dith > i has been put In good fight
ing hue us far an her machinery Is I conccrneil
thin i tht engines urn > rvkeuble and Unit ihei I
turret revolves tirnpcily 1 thin wink was
done by the naval ref alone hit m It Is paid
lor h b > tin iiiveriinieiit t Die worn vvas suiKir I
liiteniled by Chief Kngliieer MIlllBiin i of the
Uullu llte Navy I
More Shell Ordered I
ill I lA tuilPl I I A Jan 2s Die i1 lii vole Meel
CnIUIUI > has i ccci ted nn order from lie
oeminent for SiUOOIl Will th of llrstcluKS
bellb Vktrresliliiiil Mllllvan said that Imlu
work lind lieen ordered recently by thin Govern
iieiit but the Krnvrul feeling in goveriimenlul
lrcle > was no duubt moving toward inure
liberal npprourmtlou for shells and guns Uuro
I +
FJGITIO iv cuitA
The Spaniards Sal They Are TVIanlnc More
VIctories
WAstiisnTox Jan 2Tbo Spanish Minis
ter Senor Dupuy do Lome bo received do
spatches from Havana saying that day be
fore yesterday Gun Luquo defeated the forces
of Macao In Tlrado Plnnr del Rio The rebels
loft on the field twentyseven killed and carried
off a great number of dead and wounded
Tho Spanish troops captured horses and am
munition The same General overcame Gen
Macrcos band In the Guncamaya plantation
disbanding them The artillery fired with great
accuracy causing 1 great number of casualties
among the enemy Die Spanish losses were
two killed and twelve wounded
Col Icunuattacked today between Pedroto
nnd Holondron the bands of Perlqulto Perez I
Little Englishman and Pepo Itoijne number I
Ing Ion men In 0 strong defended position
TheSpnnlsh I troops cUltured the position kill I
ing two I and capturing horses and saddles
MAIIIIIII Inn 21 Main Sedano defeated on
the IKtli the bands of Vldnl and Sanchez at the I
Natallo plantation Col Gnrzon defeated In the
province of Matauzas the rebel chief Lacrct
occup > lng his encampment
Gomez Is I retreating to the cast Oen Aide
con citicatitl In Canasl Matnnzos the bands of
cavalry taking their encampment and captur
Inl arms and horses The main body of the
nsurgonts In Havana province are retiring
townrd Mntnnas
HAVAVA lnn Ron Pando Is here
IA US I con
sulting Mnrln and other Generals as t tho
future plan of campaign
len Pnnilo will take chargn of Held opera
tions and lien Mnrln remains here until tho
tlolllulln llrln rerall lere Iltl 110 ar
rival of len Weylcr early next month
The Cubans here are alarmed regarding the
safety of themselves and families though they
liMo taken no active part In tho war I
Iart
livery steamer rnrrlis way crowds Since I
wnsnnuomirid that Gen Vt eyler hint been np
minted 11100 I holding American papers of citi I
zenship have hail them vised good foronemonth
The Cubans say they must choose between
eavlng the Island and Joining the Insurgents
There Is I much wild talk regarding Gen Wey
lens methods In the la < t war
They fear 0 reign of terror after his arrival
iIarllm7 Campuss departure is deplored by
Cuban residents foreign merchants and others
except the Intense Spaniards
lull ps Is prostrated Tho merchant close
he stores evenings saying they cannot nfToril
ha cost of gas The ouR sugnr estate In the
shind known 10 be grinding Is the Toledo Just I
out of llnvuna
It has a special gunrd of a000 troops The
rebels threncn to burn I The fine crop of
canto on other estntes is I uncut Owners fear the
o s of the mills If they violate Gamers order
The latter Is I now thirty miles southwest of
Invnnn Three columns troops have pursued
him for A week As Gomezs men are mounted
ant the troops are on foot It Is Impossible to
force a battle unless Gomez Is willing I
CURAS CAUSE IX CONGRESS
Vo niMpoftltlon Shown In Either Home to
T Acton ut Present
WARIIIMITOS Jan 2S Neither Houo of
Congress has taken any action on tho Cuban
question and neither shows a disposition to do
so nt present Tho cubcommittee of tho
Senate Committee on Foreign Relntlons com
po ecl of Senators Sherman Lodge nnd Mor I
gan nre undoubtedly considering thn titus
ton nnd have before them I tho various I
propositions Introduced In the Senate during
the prcient session but they are not jet ready
to l I The tul 1 committee lId a meeting to
day but h did nothing with regard to Cuba nl
hough they reported a resolution relating t
he Armenian outrages The committee
vlll undoubtedly report some sort of I measure
5 vlien It is I satisfied that the pioper time has
come to act but they do not think that tlmo
inn jet arrived
In tho House of Representatives the sltun
ton is I even less promising It cannot be
earned that the Kniclgn Affairs Committee of
i hat hOI Is considering the question nt nil
his state of thlliLs has given rise t the report
hat Speaker Reed Is I opposed to t action on tho
Yeneuelun or Cuban thhiist ticms but his friends
ay this Is not true They Insist thnt Inn gen
eral vvnv he Is I In favor of n strong American
iiil icy with regard to l ci th sulilects hit limit
1m thinks I It liest i iii I I thlnus considered to have
I he Mliite take tile Initiative In mieh leglxln
lon a < Is I to he enacted Tho Speakers nref
rcnee for all American policy on foielgn ques
ti loiib Is I howl by lie i fact that i In miiKlng up
he Committee on Foreign haIrs he ieleeted
ho Republican members from nmong the
oung blood of tho I House I like Lemuel K I
JuikK of New York William Alden Mnlth of
Michigan i 1 Joel I I I t at s silt of Minnesota antI
ot thers nil I of whom are tho most enthusiastic
ntennitlonnl hilt ticittes of n questions vigorous American policy on all
All I 1 or them Ort nearly buntini with Indlg
iiitlon biiaiie they arc lot nlloweil to open
heir mouths I on the subject nf Cuba nnd prl
1111 thev i nru in > liigMiiiiu I uiiionipllmentnry
thugs alxiut the respected Chairman of their
comiimnit tee Mr Hitt I I of Illinois I I They accilm
Ii jlm of iiitrnionseivntlsm I lack of vim and
Igor timid n desire to go slow sIn iIY because ho
Is afraid to go fast 10 Chairman I Hltt I i Is Itt alt
lines n ronscrvntivo man but nt present ho Is
lIt health and It Is thought that this
n poor Illllh 111 t fact
bite Minnthing to do with his disinclination to
stir up the House with a resolution denouncing
he wrongs of Cuba nnd extending that sjm
nthy of the t Inlled i Stales
One I of te Itepiiblleun tolls on Ito committee
Bald a few iln > sngo to the Cuban delegate who
ailed upon him that if hecould have ilfieeu or
twenty mlnutcH to the subject
Iwt mllltlM speak on 11 nf Cuba
lie could iirijum thu i lou I tn u pitch of ell
hushtsm that would ell In tho t pansage of a
r4Moi Ii I loll reeognllng tho I lielllLerenoy ut the
I nsiirventh Ihu can Iron rules of the lou I
iiiwever which put nil of the rominlttvtH
itmiit their inembcTH inuru in tho control of the
peaker thun ever before keep time enthusl
iit He members multI their cause iiimplotuly In
he baekgroiind und even the eager Sir Sul I
7r of New York who mine to Wnshlngton nt
lie opening of Congress determined Ui brlnn
liout Cuban I nnnexnilon oeforo tho Christ
tIlts holldayH IIIIH not been allowed to lift bin
old In behalf of the struggling patriots Tlio
oung menders of the I timuilimit ten oi Foreign
t
lliiirs declare however that they will soon
Ilk matters In I their I own bunds In tlm com
ilttce liulrmnn nnd force BOIIIO action In I spite of tho
Brooklyn Civil < Iulleeblp Bow Ended
Civil Justices Gerard Van Wart and William
> rhnlti > nn by virtue of the decision rendered
liy tho Appellate Court Ilrooklyn 1 on TuBKilay
iMtimeil their duties I 1 In I the i recond aud Third I i
I lletriLt Civil Courts ycterday
A hog Kills III Ilrother
LKXINOTOV Ky 1 Jan ii Venlco Williams
hot amid killed his brut her Robert hear Ll lilti ins
hint today Venire In I 11 jenrs old and liU
h other was 1H ThfV quarrellBil 1 over stock
After killing IIIK brother the boy gate himself
UI to the authorities
WELLINGTON ELECTED
TO SUCCEED OtnSOIf OF MAR ILAND
IN rim aKATH
The First Rennbtlenn Henntnr from ITU
HUteHlneelBOSlIUHtronBDeelnrntlon
ABnlnit inn Free Coinage of Silver
I ANNAPOLIS Jan 22Ocorgo L Wellington
will b the first Republican t represent the
State of Maryland In tho upper house of Con
I gress since 1HU3 At nol today he was elected
I United States Senator to succeed Charles 11
i Gibson for tho term of tlx years beginning on
March o 1HI 7 When that Senator elect takes
his ocat tho Kan tern Shore of Xnrylaml wii 145
without 0 rcnrcscntatlxn In thc upper Houso
for the Unit tlino slnio tIme HoMililtlini
In thie joint Convention tho Ilcpubllcans gave
tho Allegany CmiKreisiimn sixtythree otcs
while Mr OnlilslmniUKli received one rho
Democrats cast twentyfour complimentary
ballots for Col John Walter Smith seven for
John H Pnttlsnn all one for James K Elm
good Several of that Republican membersilo
cllncil to vote oning to their scruples regard
ing the Eastern Shore law
As noon ns the announcement WM made that
Mr Wellington had won eovernl of tho most
enthusiastic of hilt partisans started the Dox
ology That singing wax continued for somo
minutes mingled will hisses and jeers Speaker
Mudd finally restored order and tho Joint Con
vention adjourned elite tile
Mr Wellington was elected to Congress In
18IM Ills term t will expire on March 3 i 1H07
just at the time his term as Senator will bo
gin Ho Imp therefore before him 0 term of
more limn seven > years In Congress At pres
ent Mr Welllnuton In I confined to his room by
elcknes1 I may bo Mima weeks perhaps
month Ixfnrc ho will regain his lealth Ho
has been tlirwitoncd with pneumonia
hen nnkiil t express more fully his views
on the money question Mr Wellington dic
tated tho following
I am In favor of n currency that shall bo
based on tho highest standard of vuluo a cur
rency In which every dollar Hliull bo as all
able as every other dollar nnd redeemable In
the highest standard of value I helluva that
this country being one of tho greatest on earth
I must have 1 cyMein of currency whirl Is
riqulnlto to successfully conduct Its business
transactions commern ami trade both wIth
in its own borders and with tho other nations
of tho wurld I believe lie free rnlnaEo of sll
e r would bo a great disaster nnd the Ameri
can nation cannot afford to adopt It My ef
forts by olco nnd vote during my term In tho
House of Hepresentiitlvm timid as a henator of
the tnlted Stntcs when that term begins anti
during Us continuance will be dltrctcd toward
that consummation above indicated
KENTUCKYS DEADLOCK
Hunter StIll leads und Itlucklmrm Is Next
In the llallotlnic for Senator
LOUISVILLE Jan 21hn spite of nil predic
tions n Joint session of the General Asrcrnbly
was held today and ns every member kept his
pledge there was no election Representative
Walker who wart expected to vote for Hunter
sIded with eight other soundmoney Demo
crats who would not voto for Blackburn nnd
Bcnttcrcd their ballots Populist Poor kept
Ills word amid voted for Congressman Hunter
while Populist Kdrinutnn voted fur Sonntor
Hlackburn Senator Siege the lcpublcan
who prevented the promiscuous unseating of
members in each house by pledging himself
not to vote for his party nomlneu until n suc
cessor to Representative Wilson should be
chosen was the man who stood In the way of
Dr Hunters election anti he promises to con
tinue to dtand there Ho voted for Augustus
K WllUon of InulsvllK tilt hooch his ballot
would have given n majority tn Dr Hunter
Ills I I position Is a remarkable ono as he K stand
ing up for hilt convictions against the pressure
of almost his entire panty Ho js it rich Gor
man grocer of this city amid Is thoroughly In
dependent so no line dciii his that he will 1 keep
his word Congressman Mctrcary got six of
t foundmoney Democrats I Secretary Car
lisle two and cxOov liuitk nor one
Tho vote In detail was as follows Congress
man Hunter Itep US Senator Illnckburn
I hem IS Conurcsmnn MeCrcary I Dem I
II I Secretary fnrlHIo I Dem I 1 Uexnr Hurk
ncr Demi 1 A K Willon Hop 1 No
tint having received n majority the joint As
sembly adjourned Another voto will be taken
tomorrow
Senator Alllnon Reelected
Dr1 MOINEO Iowa Jan 22The Senate and
House of the Legislature met In joint conven
tion at noon today for thu last formality In the
election of 1nlted States Senator The journals
ot the sehuarate proceedings of the hcnnto and
house yesterday when they balloted separately
for renator were read nnd approved and tho
LIculenanttiovernor auuounLed that benator
Allison was elected
DARK foil SAJf MORRIS
mm Hunt for < ClUre Likely to End In
Failure
Sam Morris of Troy the Republican with n
voice like a ralllow Is doomed to n further
disappointment in his hunt for n place under
iov Morton Morris nt Hrst wanted to bo
biiDcrlnt iident nf Public Iliiildlngsnt Albany
Republicmi State oiiimltteeman Barnes
euchred him out of that and got the place for
Frederick G Kastmui Next Morris wanted
to be State Insiiertir of ins Meters but iov
Morton named lames L Stewart of the Twen
tieth NOA York city district for the place nnd
Stewart la to bo confirmed by the Senate Now
Morris wnnts n place on the Suite Hoard of
Mediation mid Arbitration As one place
after another ci I its fiom his grasp he becomes
more mcxlext In his demands It wax Mild very
plainly yesterday that i Morris will I I I not bo made
a member of this Hoard After this defeat it
Is doubtful If Morris will continue his tllorts
to Bt a Job j
At the same time It was remarked that there
is occasionally a little Justice even In politics
Morris with lilt rnlllouean voice honied In
thin hulls of Troy that llnv I i Flower and tena
tor Murphy were responsible for the murder of
Roliert Rossi Ho well knew that t the Ross
murder was the result of a hitter factional tight
between Republicans aided b Hut I Stat and
John MclloUKh two Troj thugs who had nllll
Intocl with certain Republirans of a waul that
only once had teen can led by the Democrats
anil of un election district never carried by this
Democrats Morrle knew that Gov Iloiver
and bcnutor Murphy were no more responsible
for the crime tliitn Napoleon Ilnnapartu or
Julius Cusur Morris though believed ut tho
time that his reckless titattMiientH would com
mend him fur future consideration
IIAR1SZTI EXlLAISti Till DATE
Why tile IVemoerntlc tonventton 1 to lie
Held Alter the Itcpulillcnn
PIIILAIIEMMIIA Inn US Probably Chairman
Harrlty will Issue the otllclnl call for tile Na
tional Democratic Convention within the next
few ilnyn When asked today why contrary to
precedent thin party In power had Hied the date
of Its Convention alter that of the party out of
power Mr liannity suit
It wait Htiggested by nomo of thin members of
the Democratic National Committee as it was
by some other Diinocrats of prominence that t
Inasmuch i an is o worn living i i I under a Dtinnuratlc I
National Administration wo ought to prcccilu
rather than I follow the Itepim iii lion party In thu
nomination of uuidlilales To the I minds I of n
majority of the niemhera of the committee
lniweverlt Htttitaietl that whllti thinrrl h allv
the DemocrnlH 1 were in punei b in I the country i it
hud been demnnbtralid In Mate anil outre
Hlniiul electiono that the lleinoi I ratlr hart has
linen recently In the mliiorlly People of a uric
tleHl I turn of mind I are likely to be govcrnuil by
the actual condition i ot affairs rather than u
theuretlcnl une
SMltll HOLTS till JLAT7ITIft
He Nays It tile Onlv Siiy In Hllve the lie
inililliiui I lnrt > I I err
mince StCwart Mnlth t of the i Clmmlier of
Coin muiercer tho t Committees of teevenlj I and
Fifty and of Stamford Conn t has milled him
Hlfto the Hut of liellibllcans who desire to
bolt the present organization nf thin parlj In
tbiiit city Ihto 1 list now includes Inliii F i Mil
hnlland William llronklield ramilel Moran
Gen rnmuel lhoma Jamil II I I Mmms mill
Major J 1 R MeKeUe i CoilielliiN i I N I ii let is
not set enrollid iiinoni the Uilteix Inn Mr I
Mlillh Mild je leida that Mi bibis in I almost
pcrnunded Other things iahl icy Mi Mnllh
urn thesei
1 am In favor of cut ting loose from lIar lucnir
ns It Itul priMiit t run by Mr 1lntt I If I IMMIIII
not do nn > lhlnt I liiMdu thn pail rhaim wo
liny nniinj > ll h wunethlng outlile of U lilt iirqi
reilieinttii It from corruptlun and hjiill It it i
n ryliig flininei that ilieent Id public aiin must
euhmit to Bileh thlngn I Vc < have uol to rut
loose Irjui tutu ilietl I trite 0 If ue are to siive the t
party
DEATH OF IEIER ItELTEA
He Superintended the ObxeqnU of Presi
dent Lincoln In This City
Peter Rclvea died on Tuesday night at his
home 114 llroadwny Wllllameburgb in his
eightyfirst year of enlargement of the heart
For fortyeight years he lived at 8 Wlllett
street In this city during which period he be
came famous throughout the city as nn under
taker On the morning of April 211805 a com
mittee of tho Hoard of Aldermen engaged him
to make arrangements for the lying tn state of
the body of President Lincoln in the City Hall
rETell ntLYEA
He was Informed that the body would arrive In
New York on the morning ot the 24th and that
the funeral car would have to be ready for the
next day as the body was to lie in state for
twentfour hours only Ho asked the commit
tee to furnish their plan of the ceremonies but
they declined to make any suggestion as they
said they preferred to rely entirely upon Mr
Rcl > ea He was told to procure whatever was
necessary to make the affair worthy of so great
n city as Now York Mr liclyen hesitated to
accept the work on so short n notice but be
finally consented
The following morning ho gathered together
about hlxty men and under his direction they
erected n largo temporary shop In the open
space at thin junction of East Ilroadway and
Grand street Work was carried on night and
day and Mr Itches lost little time In sleep In
three days thin car was built and at the same
time the mourning blankets for sixteen horses
were made by n largo number of workmen The
body of the dead President was received at Jer
sey City on Its arrival from Washington placed
In tnt funeral cur and btought to that City Hall
Hero It lay In state cuaiclcd by the Seventh
Regiment until the following morning when
the procession was formed The car was
drawn by sixteen white horses and the line of
march was up Hroadvvay to Ninth avenue anti
Thirtyninth Street to the Hudson River Rnll
road station where It was placed aboard the
funeral train and conveyed to Albany The
funeral cost the city In nil about Si000 A
tinluting of tin procession now hangs In Mr
Relj ens undertaking rooms In Broadway Wll
hum uituirghu
Mr Ilelyen wasa member of thin Seventh Reg
iment bate rallltla and he served with that or
gnnlntlon when It was railed out to suppress
the Astor place riot During thin draft riots he
also did duty with nn Improvised company of
homo guards In 1H7U ho moved to P Mlllams
huruli nnd continued his business there He
used to congratulate himself that ho never was
sick except onee when he contracted n cold nt
the funeral of the first lreeid cot Harrison He
was n good amateur tunis let and he always at
tributed his gooil health to t his devotion to this t
sport He was a member of tho Pin King Howl
ing Club and some wonderful scores are credit
ed to him On Wednesday Oct HI last ho
celebrated his KOth birthday mid his friends
gave him n dinner In Hlohme s Hotel atSumner
and Myrtle nvenues The members of the Pin
King Howling Club turned out In forte He fore
the dinner was served the > party adjourned to
the alleys whore lnrleP ter as Mr Relyen was
railed by Intimate friend hive evidence of
his vigor and skill His llrst score vvua 142 and
his second hill 1
He was n charter member of Amerlrus Lodge
BD > of Free Masons While ho lived In New
York he terved a school trustee i and school In I
spector He IN survived by two sons George SV
and William I I I It lid yeti a mid n daughter Klla K
who Is the wife of the I Rev I Fields Hermame I
the pastor of the Church of the nvlour nt ItlDth
street and Madison I avenue The funeral ser
vices will bo held nt his homo on Saturday
Mr Edgar K Ituryeit Sudden Death
Mrs Kclgar K Dur > ea diccl suddenly yester
day afternoon ut the Murray Hill Hotel That
rriibo of deatlOvas heart disease Mr nnd
Mrs Duryen commit to this city on Monday
from their home nt Glen Cove L I I They
had planned to make nn extended tour of tho t
West Indies I and Intended sailing on Saturday
Mrs Durjeii t nh npj > aientl > In good health sill
11 Tuesila evening A ill > slclan wnsnnt for
but she cllil not Impiove i ami jetrrdi morn
1m her eblldlen were not I lied that her condi
tion was ieiions They arrived at their moth
ers hedniile before slit ilicti
Mrs Duijea was the mother of four children
three dauuhtiMs nnd a colt Two of the daukb
melt me inarrliil Mr Duma silts horn In
Phiriiix I Mvrgo count I > NY blftt Wit > ears
ngo and she was mnrrled there After the
marriage Mr m and Mis lliirtea I i moved to Glen
Cove whcie the t > lmve < clinic resided I he
funeral nrrineements have not > it been com
phlril hut It has bteii decided Unit I the body
will beiemoved t > Glen Ioc t for Interment
Oliltinirj Notr
Oscar Turner whoattalmsl tamo In Congress
over leO > cars ago hItch became known all over
tin etilimitri as the outlaw died yrstcrilny at
h home In Loutttvltluat the mice cut hi outgo 1
Turner gnlnnl his nalhiinil tame bv a series of
remarkable 1 onuiiMiinal i nni > uIgiiK In the
Ill i1 Keitml > diHHI Although n Democrat I
he rut f cl l t niiLTte us its nidi pehdctit anillilate <
In ubibami cc if the I piirtv anil MI popular wns hu
that iindi I t llic c conditions he wan sent In tho I
national hK huiiic lor Ihieu Miceesxive terms
Sir hit itr > inoiie I I alciaft died In England
yt iseida He was hoin in lslilaiul In IsYJ
mi appilntid tn the t Hoard of Iradiot I uhlrh
Inwns iieriiiamnt sIiu iitary from I SMI lolMHl I
He h I us iou Ashlniant 1 recntarv i to I the Railway t llr I
naitinini from Ih I in INMI > hr Henry was n
dim lor of I hit iii l annl Comiuiiiy and of tho
London t huthanianil Dover I llailna
Miijor aiil llrevel llrlgiirti Jiimph Horace
Huilon I liliridlsileail at iiurt hind
ilr I nued > He tu is burn I in Milem Mn HIII
sirs iii ii Ii diitiiii tloii Ihrouuh the Mexican
and civil IMII
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workiinriV furiMie ulde plajhi In the Jnld of
anew building at IIIIMI Knimiii St rut
Ills clothing tool hIlt and he nuts NH badly
billlitil that hxillrd In 11 < ronlhain llonpilal
1ozaoff JTV THE COFFEE
A 14jearoIrt Girl Accused of Trying
Kill a Whole Family
ALTOONA Pa Jan i2One man dead thre
other persons dangerously tiolsonecr and a
young girl tn jail accused nf tins murder are
the features of n case brought to tho attention
of the police here today Poison was put In
the coffee at the borne of Mrs Mary Mo
Oregor 1014 Eighth avenue at noon
Her son William drank somo of the coffee
and died very soon Mrs McGregor Carrie
Bill six tears old and Mrs Martha Johnson a
friend of the family were dangerously poisoned
and the little girl may not recover
Minnie Swnnger 14 years old a granddaugh
tcr of Mrs MuGrcfnr Is accused ot the crime
Mrs Johnson visited the McGregors today
and was asked to take dinner with them As
the coffee cups were emptied nil nl that table ex
cept Minnie tiwangcr became violently nause
ated Mrs Stuart a neighbor came In anti found
Mrs Johnson Mrs McGregor and Carrie Mill
prostrated Minnie Swnnger was olo np
pniently on the Rick lint but she left the
house soon afterward and went to her home
Mrs Stuart summoned Dr Miller who lives
nearby and ho prescribed the usual remedies
which afforded some relief to nil but William
McGregor Tim other victims are not yet out of
danger
ALTERING RAILROAD TICKETS
A Marked Increase In the Number of
IlaKKtd Ticket on the Railroads
The strict maintenance of passenger rates by the
railroads In the East during the hut six months
has seriously affected the business of the ticket
scalpers The latter are said to bo growing
more unscrupulous In their manipulation of
tickets and the railroads hnvo recently been
compelled to warn conductors to bo on their
guard nealnst tickets that hnvo boon tampered
with The trouble has been chiefly w 1th limited
tickets which are sold ntsomewhnt lower prices
than unlimited tickets Hy skilful use of a pen
and India Ink dates on such tickets have been
altered and where holes have been tuttle br
conductors punches they have been filled m
with unraflluo concealed bv other devices so
that they are not easily discernible especially
nt night Some of the mil toads have Instructed
i conductors to test all ticket with their thumb
nails to see If any punch holes have been filled
1 In Plugged tickets have always hecn a source
of annoyance to tha railroads nut they have
been discovered much oftener of late
Bicycle Railroad Not Needed IB Queen
County
AMIANV Jan 22Thin application of tbs
Kings Queens and Suffolk Railroad Company
for a certificate permitting the company to
construct Its bicycle railroad has been denied
by the State Rallroid Commission The Hoard
Is of the opinion that public convenience and
necessity do not require tha construction the
proposed road
TO FIOUT THE RAISES ItILL
The Liquor Denier AHoclatlon Appoint
Committee to Look After the Work
LITTLE FALLS Jan 22Tho annual meet
Ing of that Executive Committee of the State
Liquor Dealers Association wns held hero to
night Daniel Holland of New York Presi
dent and all the members of the committee
were present They went Into executive ses
sion nt 4 P M anti remained in continuous
session till 11MO Thin principal question that
canto up for discussion was the Raines Exclsa
bill Tho session swat n stormy one anti the
country and city delegates did not agree 01 nil
points President I Holland I I at the close of the
xesxlon said that the association was opposed
to tho bill In Its present form In every wny antI
nn earnest effort on tIme part of the association
would be mnilo to compass Us defeat Fred
erick II House tho attorney of that associa
tion bus clinrKe of the legislative work Com
mittees were appointed to look after thin work
in Albnnv The Kxrlse Committee noel At
tornej house will ruiinrt In Albany tomorrow
to bring the light against tho Raines bill for
the association Thn Kxecutlvo t Committee
were bimiiieteil bv thus local organization at
that Now Metropolitan after Chic session closed
FLAT HOUSE LEfTEIt 1IOX AFIRE
The Third Fire or the hart In the Neigh
horlmiid Within us Week
A passerby saw flames Issuing from a letter
box In tho hull of the flat house nt 104 West
Seventyninth Hreot early last evening H
promptly mug nn alarm and the firemen tori
tho letter box down and extinguished the fire
after It had canned about 23 damage The
house Is owned by 11 Puuser of 1MU West Fif
tieth street
Ihls Is the third letter box fire which has oc
curred III the vicinity within a week Tim other
two were at 72 and 74 West Mxtvnlnth street
In one of tin so bits of n cigar box were found
which evidently had been first Ignited and then
thrown In the box
Tim police of the West Sixtyeighth street
station think thu fires were thu work of mis
chievous boys
Think the flume Hill ConstItutIonal
Corporation Council Scott said yesterday that
ha had made a more exhaustive examination of
the authorities hearing on thu right of thin Leg
islature to alIenate excise money collected In
this city for Mate use nnd that he fears tha
courts would declare that tallies bill to be
constitutional I t I
The tiend of nil declsionsof the courts said
he has beui tiwnrd upholding the legisla
tive branch of tilt Government In their elTorts
todlvist iiirporatlonsof HIII lent charter rights
and privileges If I thn city IIIIH lilt yt Ii I mug left to
It under the old charter ginnt I fear It is only
thu light to Impose an additional license fee
hlch must he palil hem tine a dealer can do busi
ness even after paying thu Stato tax or license
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