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- . THE SUN, TUJESMS?,iSEPrEMBER'21, 189?. . 5
j)AY OFF FOR THE SPOOKS. Imoiv t7.- r.is: JRir.s Tni'Ji uateriaz xnisua. ikt Cape, Dlamoad Carriage, anil Other ,,!. rih Ilsceilent Specifically Inquired ' AMut They Meat la the Harrises, I. Ike the Bl" r lh K"'",r lBilB Windham." 'Ustter spiritual cut Terr little figure In yes fill's iroiccdlngs In tho raso Involving Mrs. Babe-lb l'enuieion Hlggius's will, now being jj before Surrogate Fltrgerald. Ilarton B. twins. Mm. Hlgglnss husband, and "IVI1 JJ, b. lmdlcton, her brother, nro trying to kft the "I" tcl ld' on "10 ground that the itstrlx ws unduly Influenced by spirit rap-!!-, snd was not of Bound mind. 8ho loft bor Stand only t,000 of her 30O,0O0, the rest Jjbj tolr. Edward Eliot Harris, her physl ul and h'" children, and to various chart Ml Institutions. Host of tho testimony yce ItrdtT D,L' ' "'"' Sirs. "Igiclne'a condition liMiJnd oni' ncr friendship for Ur- Harris, and ,( tjitrits bad only a brief Innings. I ncj ero introduced by Dr. Asabel I!. Iteti, of 101 Eat Twenty-ninth street. Law I Beckett for the will took him In hand for IJ.-ciuminiUcii, and began about an old Icirte ' embezzling United States bonds made Itilctt hiui b) -Mrs. lllgglns twenty-seven Mrs Ri DUt "" H"11 didn't remember, so ly U-rysr left material things for spiritual. I 'Are you a Spiritualist, Doctor!" asked the IkfiWi lckinB critically at tho witness, as If liJHjiected to Bnd evidence on the subject In EjL rsthrr pale and wrinkled face and mild li shielded by eyeglasses. I .vm, I am a Spiritualist," said the doctor, liken one for a long lime." I l? lfnes reached up and explored the out lib'of Us bead, found two or three surviving Ifci there, caressed them, and observed: ILtt me wu. for nearly fifty years. ItjlI'ti) considered myself a Spiritualist alnoa 15 what sectl "Sectl Not anv sect In particular. Jnst a T)oat you belong to some organization ot IOo, no. I hold my belief In a prirata sort ot ft'iut! all." (aid Mr. Beckott, In a voice err-sUve of disappointment. Tin. Harriet 0. Stevens, who waa Mrs. IbtjIsss most Intimate friend, testified that Esaeept. 13, 1SUU, up to Nor. 17, the date of v- Qiggins's death, she lived with llrs. Hig- H&iit lie Hotel San Ilemo. FYoti know Dr. Harris"" asked Mr. Hughes. B "Tn, very wo'l." Did be call on Mrs. LTIirgina at the Ban Hum wbllt you were there I Tm, frequently." Bo frequently l' tUL every day. I osed to leave them alone. tseume he stayed two or three hours." Ltrwex Uughes then brought out a black tin fat marked "E. M. I1." After turning It Hrsid and over several times, so that every Bet present could take in all Its excellencies, KT banded It to the witness, asking It she had Eg teen it before. She Identified it as being the Ki la which Mrs. Iliggin had kept her papers wsers wsj tbL7 box kept!" asked Lawyer la a chest In Mrs. Hlgglns'a closet." '. H "Do you know what was In It I" important papers, a gold chain, and two Ho of Old Jewelry." nVnat happened to the box when Dr. Hai a btesded removing Mrs. iliggina to the tan H&tura where ho lived)" UrV:. Harris asked me tor paper to wrap It a Be told he was going to take it to the sanl feim for her." Thd be Uke Itr Bi most nave, because it was not in the Bntstthe time of Mrs. Ulggins's death." tlVu there other Jewelry belonging to Mrs. iTts; a small box kept In a closer." ("Did you find that after Mrs. Blggins'i al" j"t: It wasn't there." That jewelry did Mrs. niggins have on her Urn. at the time ahe diedl" "iptir of diamond earrings in her ears." HjTut became ot them alter her death!" KTio hours after tho nurse in cnarge handed B)kn over to me." tintit did yon do with theml" f 1ir them to Dr. Harris, because he asked Watm." Est the other side objected on the ground Bffettit evidence was not material. t Tt want to show," said .Mr. Hughes, "that b beneficiaries of the will began collecting y!a a few hours oi the death of the teita- HjSe objection being overruled, Mr. Hughes Higgins had a sealskin cape, didn't T"- yrs- Harris asked for that at the San Jfeo four days after Mrs. Ulggins's death, hi I pve it to her." J cn.se i era! letters written by Mrs. Hlggins ftlL-i. Elevens were produced. Identified, and SEktd as evidence. The letters mentioned geBirris In terms of fond friendship. One of fez. written Sept. 1. 1890. said tht the wrlt kKn. Hlggins, intended returntmr from Oak Bd. where she had been staying, and would feci her way, "Ingin? Windham." After Wt letters were disposed of Lawyer Beckett fftid Us witness about various trips sho and m BUzias had taken together Ui 1800. ask Wlheach case: fSid you consider Mrs. Hlggins rational at bttiaer to nhich the witness replied In the txtUre each time. Mrs. Stevens was on bund wn;a the c-aja was adjourned until Hoir $is,ooo o.v nossE racks. V PHbjws UsU the Mnntr rrom Bta EapUyera, PBv Fajrerweatbrr A lAldew, pHW;h Rogers, who for twenty-three years pHMtts post of head bookkeeper for the Srm of Wrewtather & Laldcw. dealers in leather Ht ' 36 Eldrldge street, waa arrested PHferday afternoon by Dotcctive Uraun of the Pprlcis street station on a charge of embez pBw the funds of the Ann. The total amount pBl!i stealings, as estimated at present. Is PHtt (15,000. Rogers admits stealing this PBrh. He says that he spent tho money In bet Wion horse races. pHEli iteallngs extend over a period of from pBWri to flfteen years. He enjoyed the fullest ttfc&nee of his employers, and it was a shock Vises when by an accident a discrepancy was mured several weeks ago between an Wjcutof money credited to the firm In the fffebind the amonnt known to hare been re Fn t7 Rogers. Nothing was said to him at VHuie, but an Investigation waa Immediately C and It did not take tne experts loog to 55?' rcoro discrepancies. Yesterday after "wltojcn waa callwl Into the private office of Kf,"iici'rn and told about this discoveries fJTS P!"1 '4rn made. He broke down and con MhUguilu ,'. I am guilty. This la what tho horses fjr'P'rce, be snid. "1 am ready to take my W'irimt. I don't caro for myself, oply what Vycome of my Ife and children f" mjptiKi Street Court a sputlrlo barge of tho Myore40wsmado against Rogers. Mag JNsrinmmer held him for trial without ball, mf.' 'hat he preferred to have the ball fixed Tiugber court, nd Rogers was locked up In Vutex Market prison. ' KVI.ZIOX JiJtOKJCJIS FAIT.. "( or Fullrr Wilson Burprite I.Inhlllll.. small. taer t Wilson, dealers in bullion, specie, fp'orelgii evchange, at 3 Wall street, made MilgBui'iit yesterday for the benefit of wwtora to William H. Fleet of 02 Gold street, K Frefe'rnio of fcO.OOO to James V. Col. V (or loam. The partners are Edward H. fTraiid illiarn CJc k Wilson, and the firm jente 1 ati cTshoot of James B, Colgage 4: L ' 8 arr t'olgte, a clerk In this concern, SSii'f.""" "' """ceslape. Colgate & Co.. and El!'"1-1;!'!",! business of Jumes II.Col Rv,"', "irao ears ago Nesslsge, Colgate H?M l.,0lV.d' """l Nesslago, Fullor Si Co. euo Vts. iVi '" ncw member had been a clerk K,, ,' 'I II rin. ilr. Wilson, ano'her clerk, Vut lul ,l.'i?, ''"h of Mr. Nojslago. Mr. K?rf., . "JU 'Inn nns (oinposed ot two KViVk .""'"S" of '"" VVH stroet tlrnis, i.nd Kin, , ;""' ' capital by tho baiheri of the E?,Vllll,"n 1 rciiionslblo for the bbsIku Kkih. c '"'"l "ill be a email one, uud I BWtllJt,S' '' W com8 ver' near t0 coverlDlf "0 CAHlEll TO JIVTItlZD HERB. VKiiUrnl m. sblpiuate ua tb IndUaa U H. Uurh at Urseklm. MlDF Ctrtrr, the sailor vho, with a bayo-T-iUbbeu and killed Thomas J. Kennoy, a JTr of arm. on the battleship Indiana, on rao, naa Indiuod for murder by the United rUr.iiij jur Je8ler(iar TJ,0 killing oc H?! hio the vessel blngat theCob sMwcon"l,:'lTJardl Brooklyn, and Carter ,?""''" tho Rajmond Street Jail thcie, A,'1 ,0 - 'l lint ho nould bo Irltd in the MViuiJi' , h' m' Judicial district, of Kni, F? " 1 f''"iis n part. As tho waters of KtifV'.3 v' '' 'M"c'. ru within the Juritdlc Wdin .V 'irh ':" uroper, and therefore In JKlln'lie Snuthrrn United Stutes Judicial ; ,nn '""'t.ilhas beeu decided tbut K. , ' "Ui iuut bo held here. MMsgsaassiMaMwiMiiii m ' i ii- a 3i ax ltvjtxcn ro death. rire Drttraji ihn sinrlan nonntlnc !nblr llamaRo 10,3(. FIio destroyed llio Morion boardinlnbles nt Washington and Morton streets yesterday afternoon. Adam Schubert, a framer, or "wood butcher," ns tho hewers of Joist mor tises aro colloquially known, was caught on the third floor by the flames and burned to death. Willi a nutnbor of other workmen ho had been engaged In repairing tho damages caused by nnother lire which occurred In tho building three weeks ago. Tho first flro was due to de fective electric light machinery. Tho roof was roniowhat damaged by It nnd was covered with canvns shields by tho flro patrol. Joseph Smith of Fire Patrol Compuoy 2 was left In charge until the repairs were ((omplctc. At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon while Smith was busy on the third floor looking out for tho canvas covers, flames and smoko begun to pour tip through the staircase opening and the elec tric light shuft. Smith climbed to the ronf by tho bidder ngul.trly utcd fot that purto-c. Believing that no ono woe left oti the floor bo low, lie pulled the ladder up after him. He thought that, by Its help, he and tho men at work on tne roof could escape to neighboring buildings. The ladder wns too short. A ropo was tied to ono of tho roof rafters and by means of it the six or seven men on the roof slid down to safety. While the second and third floor were in llnmes men on the first or ground floor did not know that thcro was a flro. They took their alarm from tho shouting on the streot. The faco of Adam S:hubort was seen at a third-story window on tho Washington street side of the building Just before tho firemen arrived. The crowd shouted to him to jump, but he shook his head and left Uie window. The Are wa put out after three hours' fighting. The body of Schubert waa found on the third floor on the elevator. Ho wss Identllled by Ouido Mania lctto. a laborer, who, It was thought for a time, had been burned with Schubert. Mantaletto i nuldn't explain to the police bow ho had es caped, while Schubert, with whom he had boen working, was burned. Forty horsos and a dozen or more wagons, which were on tho second floor of the building, wero ta&cii out in safety. Tho Ore started in u pile of baled hay which was brought to the stables within three days. It did about $10, 000 domngo. took Fianr rxnisnorx tizus. Actor ktmeraoa Arretted oa Complaint or Ills former Partner. A charge of stealing a verlscope reproduction of tho Corbett-F tzalmmons fight, and other films for rapidly moving photographlo exhibits, was pn ferred In Centre Street Court yesterday against H. A. Emerson, an actor, a member of the New Tork Lodge of Elks, and also ot the New York Athletic Club. Emerson and his wife form a vaudeville team that Is known as Kmorson and Omega. They are members of the company that opened at the London Theatre In the Bowery yesterday after noon. Emerson wan arrested on Sunday at Fourteenth street and Third avenue by Deteo tltes Foye an.l Price of the Central Oftlce. Last year Emerson was part owner In a theat rical concern culled tho American Motorgraph. Comedy, and Concert Company. Ills partner was a man named Allen May. Emerson dec ried not to continue with the show this year, so May transferred tho concern's effects to Ina May, his wife. On Aug. 23 Mrs. Mar. then In Rochester, N Y., swore out a warrant for Emerson's arrest, charging him with the larceny of the films, and the wt-rrant wu sent to this city. The cetco llves were unable to find Emerson until Sunday CUbt, worn they met him returning from a re earsal. He denounced his arrest as an outrage, and said that It was caused b Fplte. Emerson declared to Mnglstrate Cranethat he had merely given the CItis hs a security for debt to two men to whom he and Mayoned money. He asked that he be admitted to bail. Magistrate Crane said hat Emerson appeared in court as a fugitive from Justice, and that It nu not In his power to fix hall. He advised Emerson to have bis lawyers apply for bail at the Suprame Court. He then committed Emer son to the Tombs. TUORX JE A SILT IDEXTiriElt. A TTMa'sldo Grocr Says tb Frtaower Donght Plaster or Paris at alls Store. Martin Thorn was Identified yesterday by Henry Bergos, a grocer of Woodside, as the man who purchased plaster of parts at bis storo shortly before thedlscovery of the Gleldsensnppo murder. Thorn waa placed between three pris oners, one of whom was John Buck, the night watchman who killed a lG-year-old bor by shoot ing him through the neck on a dock In Ravens wood, Long Island City, on the evening of Satur day. July 10. Tho other two ware negroes. In consequence Bergeas experienced but little diffi culty In mating the Identification. Thorn appeared to be unaware of what was taking place. But little Importance is attached to the frag ment of a piaster of paris cast found near the scene of the murder at Woodside on Sunday. In the search mode yesterdav another fragm. nt of the cast waa found, and at noon Coroner Usa lam of Woodside took the cast and the pair of overalls In which It was wrapnrd to the District Attorney's office. Detective Sullivan of the D!s-.-et Attorney's office, who visited the arena of the find yesterday, thinks the cast Is the work of a practical Joker. District Attorney Youngs shares this belief. Coroner Hsslam. however. Is of the opinion that the cast probably Inclosed the head of the murdered man. Tho search Hill not be continued by the authorities. XO 1.ICEXSE FOtt TITO TEARS. O'Xelll Das tils laloon In Xewark VTKhont Bfoleotatloa, but Hust Pay sfow. It waa discovered accidentally in Newark yes terday morning that a saloon bad been run at CI Stone street for two years without license. It was operated for nearly twenty years by James O'Neill, "bo gave up business in Au gust, and. some time after closing tho place, sold It to Michael Cunningham, who applied for a transfer of the license. Then It was dis covered that no license fee t ad been paid for tv, o years or more. Cunningham said that the brewer paid the llceuse fee. Ho iwi selling Hauck's beer, and at Peter Hauck ti Co. s brewery In Hnrrlson It wai said yester day that Cunningham was mistaken. Former License Inspector Louis Rocmmelc wns In oftlce at that time. Search revealed that the Index book for 1805 waa mlsslnu Irom the ottlco of the Excise Board, and t at O'Neill's name was not carried over from 18D4 to 180V O'Neill will hove to pay up, but the responsibility for the omission U yet to be fixed. AOCOUXTAXT UOTWS ItEPOItT. Ills Eiatalaatl or the Jersey Cltr Water De partment MnlaheO. Charles Both, on expert accountant, who was employed In November. 1890, by the Board of Street and Water Commissioners and the Board of Finance of Jersey City to examlno the ac counts of the Water Department from 1887 up to 1897, has completed his work and prepared his report The report has not been submitted, but It Is understood that a shortage of 81.200 has been discovered, but that it may be ac counted for by careless bookkeeping and the confusion arising from a frequent change of clerks. Mr. Both Is out of town, but It Is said that he probably will submit bis report some day this vtei-k. The examination cost the city neurly J9.000. A discovery was made, it Is un derstood, that 91 33.000 of water rents h d bsen cancelled up to May 1 of this year, and (SPO.OOO of that amount had been cancelled without any resolution ot the fctreet and Water Board. tloslness Troubles. Tho Ncw York and Canada Lumber Company of 18 Broadway has applied to tho Supreme Court for tho voluntary dissolution of tho cor poration. It owes nothing except a claim tor rent. Deputr Sheriff Slmonson has taken possession of the store of Mrs. Frieda Ludeiuann, dealer in shoes at 282 Columbus avenue, on elx execu tions, aggregating $1,050. Deputy Sheriff Mulvauey received yesterday two executions against Cameron Spoar, denier In ariiu.-Lii ul 87 Warreu street, aggregating 13,037, In favor of William J, Ryun on demand Judgment for 55,892 was obtained yestcrdiy by default against Robert P. Porter of 100 Broadway, In favor of the 8. C. lieckn Hh Special Agency, on a note made by Mr. Porter. Por ter In bis answer admitted making the note, but declared that It was obtained from blm by deceit. Accused orotrerlaa- Uncle Ram Straw Ball. Nicholas MtCool of 1856 Lexington avenue was arrested yesterday upon a warrant charg ing him with having attempted a fraud upon tho United States District Attorney's office. It Is alleged that McCool offered himself as a bondsman for Foderlco Mora, who Is In Lud low Street Jail awaiting trial upon a charge of participating In the making und passing of tounterfcltuotesof the Bank of Costa Rica to the amount of over 1.000.000. Mi-Cool tried to qualify as bondsman by clalmlna thu owner ship. It is said, of property at 228 West Twenty, slglilh street. Investigation revealed that thlt ddoa not nolong blm, but la part of an ebtato left Ito bis mother, McCool waived examination before Commissioner Alexander, and was held under IM.000 ball to await the action ot the (J rand Jury, DISPUTE GARY FA'S WILL IIVL iTIVES SVj: FOIt A PAIIT1TIOX OF THE HEAL ESTATE. It Amounts to an Attempt to Break the nine Plasterer's Will Entirely, Laavlnc Noth ing for the Mow and Dividing tho Es tate Among Uncles, .epkewa, and Niece. An action for tho partition ot the large amount of realty In this city left by the lata Andrew Joffrlos Garvcy, regardloas of his will, has been begun In tho Supremo Court by a number of heirs, most of whom get no bequests. Tho will and codicil woro allowed to go to pro bate without a contest, and tho prcsont action Is nn Indirect contost. Oarvey, who had lived abroad since the col lapso of tho Tweed ring (ho was the "ring plas terer"), kept most ot his money, which at the time of his death amounted to about halt a mil Hon dollars, lavestcd In real estate here. He married wnilo abroad on Sept. 20, 1893, making nu anto nuptial contract with his wife by which ho wns to make a certain pro lsion for her. Hs lei': no children. By hla will, executed July 10, 1S91, while he was temporarily In this city, ho caro hla wlfo $75,000 In satisfaction ot tho anto-nuptlal agreement, but ho greatly en larged the provision fcr her In a codicil exe cuted Sept. 17, 180r, at tho United Stales Con sulnto at Algiers. Tho codicil withdraws ths 75,000 and leaves the widow Instead an In come ot $13,750 for 11 fo or while sho remains his widow; $10,000 to buy a house in the coun ty ot Hants, England; the right to dispose ot $25,000 o! hi estate by will, aU his furniture, horses and carriages, and Jewelry and other ef fects In his residence In England and whatever money he might have on deposit with hU bank ers In England. The will left In special bequests and as a resi due altnoet all tne rest of bis estate to a num ber of Intt.tulloiis, and tho codicil confirmed these bequests. Tho institutions are St. Luke's Hospital, tho Presbyterian Hospital, St. Vin cents Hospital, the Manhattan Eyo and Ear iloipltal, the Poat-Gruduato Hospital, the Woman's Hospital, the Hospital for the uRp tured and Crippled, St. Mary's Free Uospital for Children, Mount Sinai Hospital, the German Hospital, the Grand Lodge ot the Masonic Or- i der of tho State of New York, the Ncw York I ress Club, tho Children's Aid Society, tho Five Points House of Industry, the Charity Organization Society, and tho Bablos' Hospital. All are made defendants. Nothing Is left by tho will to relatives, but the codicil says: "I bequeath to the Owen fam ily, now of East lSSih street. Now York, the sum of 51,050 nor annum, the same to bo con tinued up to the death of tho last survivor of them." The plaintttfs in this action are Benjamin and Richard Guryev, unclts, who ask for a quarter of tho realty each; tho four children i'f a ceceascd uncle, namely Henry A. Garvey, Rlchird Garv -, Walter Garvey, and Charles Garvcy, who want a quarter divided among them; children of a deceased aunt, Anna I. Owen. John Owen. Ellen K. Owen, Manr O. Smith, and Charlotte L. Owen the Owen fam ily mentioned In the codicil, who nsk thot the other quarter be divided among them. There are also ten other nephews and nieces, chil dren ot two deceased uncles, who are made de fendants, but tho complaint says of them that an they are aliens they cannot share in ths realty. The will and codicil aro declared to be void by the complaint: "For the reusun that thoy are Indefinite and uncertain In their subjects and objects. Invalid and unauthorized bylaw.and unlawfully suspend the allonatlon of the property of which said An drews Jeffries Oarvey died seized and possessed, and because In contravention to the law of this State which prohibits a peisnn having a wlfo from devlinp or bequeathing more than one half of his estate In trust or otherwise to benev olent, charitable, literary, scientific, or mis sionary societies, associations, or corpo-ntlons." The property involved, all of which the de ceased h"!M free of Incumbrance Is: 105 and 107 East 'thirteenth street; 110 and 112 East Thirteenth street, 1-J East Thirteenth street, 135 Fourth avenue. 18 and 20 East Fifteenth street, 7 West Forty-fifth street, 117 Wewt twenty-elenth street, 403 West Thirty-fourth street. 11 Third avenue, property at 153d street and Tenth avenue, and leasehold of property at Fifty-ninth street and Fourth avenue. It is declared by the TTlalntlffs that with tho will et aside the widow will bo entitled to no Interest In the property, because she relln quashed tight of dower by her ante-nuptial agreement. THREE XE1T TORK BOYS FARDOXED. Cov. Black Sets Thsra Free Tram lao Elmlra tlerormatorr. Axjiaxy. Sept 20. Gov. Black has pardoned theso New York city boys, who were sent to the Elmlra Reforma ory nearly four years ago, but vi ere afterwards transferred to State prisons: Ocorge C Brogas, sentenced for a five-year term In August, 1393, for stealing chests of tea valued at (300 from his employer. He was transferred to Auburn Prison In August, last year. Peter Topponberg, convicted of arand larceny, second degree, for stealing $50 worth of Jewelry from a house In which he was employed. He sentenced to tho reformatory for flvo years In February. 1894. but was transferred to Au burn Prison in May last. Otto Wlssler received a sentence of five years on conviction for having stolen a music box valued at $25. He became insane at the re formatory and wat transferred to the State Asylum for Insane Criminals at Matteawan. He recovered a short time ago and waa about to be ent back to tho reformatory. District At torney Olcott waa urgent In his recommendation ttiat the boys be Uboratcd. THREE IXXOCEXT 3TTX FARDOXED. Tliey ttTtrs tervlna fona Heatenrra In Prison Tor a Crime Tnr Did lot Commit. Albany, Sept, 20. Gov. Black to-day signed pardons for Joseph Thornton, John Farrell, and Thomas Murphy, who are now unjustly con fined In prison urxm long rentencs passed In Utica. Early In the morning of Feb. 2, 1895. the National Bank In the village of Vernon was entered by burglars and about $400 In money and 9150 In stamps taken. Two days later three suspicious looking characters were arrested In Little Falls, and It was thought tbey were the men. The three men were Indicted for burg lary and grand Hreeny In 1HH5. A short tlmo afterward District Attorney Klock of Hume and Sheriff Van R. Weaver of Utlca bunted Frank Cus'ldy. who waa serving a short term In Onon daga county. Cassldy was nrrcaled, as bo bad finished his term. At the November term of the court Cassldy pleaded guilty, and was sen trmril to six years and six months. Before be ing taken to Auburn be confessed that tho three men w ere Innocent. HORSE DIED AT THE FOVXD. Policeman Had ftprnt All Day In Dragging the Abandoued Aulnial Tliere. Jacob Wllbelm, a recently appolntod police man, was on bouse duty at the East Sixty, seventh street station Saturday morning. Sergeant Burgogne Instructed blra to lead to the pound an old horse, that had been abandoned In the street. The anlmnl was aged, rawboned, blind In one eye, bad the staggers, and was lame. It was night before the policeman hid auo rreded In dragging the horse to the pound at ?'avlor avenue anil 180th street. By the time lehad bunted up the poitndmastcr, the horso waa dead. Wllhelm was Into In reporting for duty Sunday morning. Brooblyu City Uall Repairs Will Cost 9 1 04,000, The total expenses for llio repairing of tho Brooklyn City Hall, consequent on tho disas trous llro which occurred In February, 1895, will foot up about $101,000. Tbe Weather. There was a storm central off tbe h'sw Jersey coast ycttrrday uh'ch eacied cloudy and showery condi tions along the coast line, wltb northwest wlndi. In eresslng in force. Wol ot the Allegheny Mountains the weather was fair and decidedly colder, especially In the Central Mates and uortliern rnllfyd, The cooler weather will bs over Ibis neighborhood this morning an ' will probably cause frott. In this city yeiterday It was cloudy and showery In tbe morning and gmrrally fair In the afternoon; blgtest official tompersture 03', Iojvpii Ol'i average buuildlty 80 per cent.; wind northwest, average velocity 23 nlles sn hour; barometer, corrected to read to sea level, at 8 A. M. tB.Ol, 0 P, 11. VU.04, Tbe thermometer at the United Elates Weather Bu reau registered the temperature yesterday as followsi 1887. 1UUII. 1BU7. 1HDA. PA. M HI t8" HP, M tU 118" lvM ne ow up.M on n Sl'.U BV uri'Jlilil i' Oil' wumxuioy roatcisT roa tcksdat. For Ntw KngUnd, generally fain cooler; north westerly wlnils, high on tbe coast, fur taiUrn ,Vu York, Qtntralty fair; norlV uetttrtu to miterlu irfndi, For tbe DUt lift of Columbia, eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland, fair; north weiterly winds, becoming varlablo. For western Pennsylvania and western New York, generally fain fresh northwesterly winds, becoming variable, and diminishing. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnaWsSBBW Ccndency to act away from tbe smootn or worsted effects 1$ manifest. me Dave tbe most varied assort meMt of patterns and tbe laroest range of medium priced cbeviots (Xblt)ited-bi9l) Qradc qualities only. Suitinos, $2$ to $40. Crowscrlngs, $6.50 to $n. Covert Coatings, $25 to $35. 3urnbatiiPI)i!!ip$ Custom tailoring only. Ccwiple Court Annex, n7 Hassan St. ZVETOERT EXrERTS COME HIOH. Tho Slate's Attorney Calls for S)3.soo More from the County Uoard, Chicago, Scut. 20. In a lotter to the County Board this afternoon State's Attorney Denccn asks that body to approprlato ?2,5O0 moro to enable him to finish tho prosecution ot Adolph L. Luetgert. lie gives as his reasons for asking tho money that tho $2,500 already appropriated by tho board has been expended; that ex perls refuso to testify unless well paid, and thit he desires to secure othor witnesses from New York to aid in tbe prosecution. Mr. Deneen has given no accounting to ths board ot tho expenditure ot the 92,500 already given toward defraying expenses ot the Luet gert trial, and for this reason his request for money may be refused. Then, too, the board would feel more willing to apptoprlate ths money If tho State's Attorney wns as zealous In his prosecution of some of tho e Indicted for de frauding the county aa ho is In tho prosecution of the sausage makor. Mr. Deneen refuses to giro tho names of tho witnesses whom he wishes to bring here from Ncw York, saying that to do so would damage the State's cfl'o. It la estimated that the Luetgert case will , cost tbo people of Cook county fully H30.00O. and there nre tew who believe a conviction ot tbe prisoner can bo had on the evidence sub mitted bv tho State. It Luetgert is not ac quitted there will Im pro'iablyu disagreement of the Jury and a mistrial. The experts who havo watched the case In be half of Luetgert will try to offset the claims of tbe State that tbe bones offered In evidence wero human, and a new and Important witness will be Dr. Rudolph Oppenhelmer ot West Ham mond, a graduate of Lelpsio and Heidelberg unlvorsltles, wbo will testify that the State'a rase Is preposterous, and that tho boues aro not those ot a human being. SFRIXO ELECTIOXS VPHEED. Jersey's Court or Krroro and Appeals Knocks Out Ibo SlrArthur 1-aw. Tkeston, JJ. J., Sept. 20. The Court of Er rors and Appeals to-day held a conference on the three ca-es Involving the constitution ality ot tho McArthur law parsed by the last Legislature, changing the dato for holding the municipal elections in Jersey City and New ark from April to November, and extending until January next tie terms of the officials of these cities wbo were In offico at tho time the law was passed. By a vote of 8 to 3 the court decided to uphold the decision of tho Supreme Court, wnlch declared the law unconstitutional. Thoee who voted to affirm the decision wero Chief Justice Magto, Justices Depue, Llppln cntt, and Van Slckeh and Judges Adams, Bogert Hendrlckson, and Nixon. Thoe who voted to uphold the constitutionality of tbe law were Justices Collins, Dixon, and Ludlow. Judge William L. Dayton, who sat In the cne. died after the argument. Chancellor McUIll nr.d Judge Kruecer were away when the case raa argued, and Justices Garrison and Oummcre did not ait, having delivered tho opinion as a bmijh of the Supreme Court. The effect of the decision Is to legalize, the elections held last spring In Jer-ey city 'and Newark. The law was passed at the instance of the Republican leaders of tho two cities, and in nptiosltlon to the w shea of most of the lie- fmbllcan leaders of the Slate and In the LegU atnre. It was Intended to apply more par ticularly to Jerey City, w here the Republicans were badly divided. The leaders thtre be lieved that by ctending tho Itrm of Mayor Waaser opportunity would be given to heal the factional dltlereiu-cn. and by making the fight on State Issues this fall, tber hoped to bo able to elect a Republican successor. RRIDOE TRUSTEES 31 AT APPEAL. Tber Get Another Chance la Try to Cpsst Julia Itocers Judsment. Some time ago Julia E. Rogers secured a Judgment for i5,000 for personal injuries against the trustees or the New York and Brook ly Br ige. Tho Appellate Division aClrmcd the Judgment, and fie case waa carried to tho Court of Appeals. A motion was granted dismissing the appeal unless a bond wns given within slxtv days and $10 costs paid to tbe ap pHlnnt. The lond a tl ed. but the costs were not paid, and llio apneal was dismissed. Appli cation was made lo Justice Uarretson of the Su preme Court, In Ur oklii.jesterday that tho re mittitur on the Judgment dismissing the appeal boreturnod to the Court of Appeals. Tbe fail ure to pay tbe !0 costs. It wna said, was a mis take ot a clerk, and tbe trustees should be re lieved from the effects or It. The motion was granted upon the payment of $50 costa. to Alimony for Parson Potter's Wire. Tho motion of Mary P. Potter for alimony and counsel fee In her action for absolute divorce from the Rev. Dr. Daniel C. Potter waa denied yesterday by Justice Russell of tbe Supremo Court. They wero married In 1873 and sepa rated several years ago. Tho Judge says that the pecunlury ability of the defendant and tbo truth of the hiriri s made can best be tested ou i the trial of the action, and that Injustice might be done by granting her motion at this stago of the case. Medal or Uonor to Major Uoratle C. King. Wasiiinotox, Sept. 20. A Congressional medal of honor has been awarded to Major Horatio C. King of 375 Fulton street, Brooklyn, N. Y.. a son or the late Ocn. Horatio King. On March 29, 1805, Major King requonted permis sion touccuuipsny the General commanding )us ci vision as a voluuteur aiilddecamp, and was often undur Arc. In tho action near Dlnwlddlo Court House, Va., March 31, lr?t55, ho behaved with distinguished gallunlry In a cavalry charge. Clendenla, tbe Counterfeiter, Caught. Richmond, Va Sept. 20, William Clcudcnln, the lender of the notorious gang of counter feiters at Dufllolil, Va nn whoso head tho Gov ernment act a price somo months ago, was cap tured In Floyd county today. The output ot tbe gang has been very large. Vest 14St roTte :87 C? "RELIABLE" & CARPETS LASTING COLORS. Our Curjicts and Ruga lire all that thu best wool olid careful weaving make poa- AblFINE LINE OF HIGH-CLASS Wilton Rugs (36x68 in.) &0.5O each. In both Oriental ami Floral patterns. l-'oreislght and closo Huring make it pos slbla for tin to offer tho choicest bargains In the country to-duy. arnllure deparlraeut contains tbe newest rati allies. CASH OR CREDIT (OWPERTHWAIT ti(X 104. 100 and 108 West 14 SU NEAR 6-?AV. Kookfyn Stores; Flalbusli Av. near ndtofiSL MINERS RETURN TO WORK. the n iriinoxE of the hazlktox STRIKE ALL OOXE. A Little Baionet Cbarae on Women and ths Herring or Warrants on Sheriff Martin's Deputies Were the Mont noteworthy Inci dents or Tranquil Way Mllllln Hills. Hazmcton, Pa., Sept. 20. Thore la ovory Indi cation that within n low days all tho collieries In tho Lehlgn coal fields will bavo resumed operations. The determination ot tho men ot the Lehigh and WIlkebnrru Coal Company to return to work has broken the backbone ot the strike. The south sldo cnlltarlos of this com pany went to work with their full quota of men this morning, and nu more stoppages aro ex pected, There wero no demonstrations or attempts to hinder the workers by either men or women. Asa precaution against posslblo vlo'tncc, seven companies of tho Elutith ltcglmcut, nccotn panted by a G-itllni: rmn, had been stationed In the district, but their services wero not re quired. When the whistles at tho Lattlmer breakers blew at tl o'clock this morning fully two-thirds ot tho employees of Calvin P.rdoo& Co. re sponded to tho call. A eulUUent forco of men lo conduct operations was soon on hand. Matters were proceeding favorably, and tho ofllccrs In commund of tho picket l.no of troops wero just considering the ndilsnblllty of withdrawing, when suddenly tonard 0 o'clock about eighty Hungarian mid Italian women appeared upon tho scene aud attempted to swoop down upon the works. Tho commander ot tho troops, Col. Mattes of the Thirteenth Ilegimtnt, nas noti fied, and ho ordered to companies to advnnco and head tbe wonicu off. In order to frighten the women the command was given for the troops to fix bayonets and then to advauco slowly. This was done. For somo tlmo the women held their gruu.id stoutly, and tboii thoy retreated slowly lwloro the line of shimmering steel. The w omen woro nruicd with atlikn nnd stonus, but did not use them upon the soldiers. The uomen laughed oe tho bajonotacamo near, and as the soldiers also were laughing, the whole Incident bordered moro upon tho farcical than tho dramatic. All the Coxe collieries nt Drlfton were work ing to-day and operation vi nre resumed ulnu at Kekloy. Tho Cranberry, Cr)stal Rldgo an I liar wood collieries also worked, and the ltuznl mines, at Jeaucsvillo and Yorktown, will prob ably start UP to-morrow morning. Uench warrants for the urrest of Sheriff Mar tin and bin deputies were I sued by Judges liynch and llemiett In Wllkesbarro to-day nnd put Into tbe bands of Coroner McKro and County Detective Ecliert for surviLe. Kckcrt left W ilkosbarrc in the afternoon for Hazleton and served the warrants upon all the deputies ho could find. They were not ttken Into cus tody, but will proceed together to Wllkenbarre to-morrow morning to nppoar before tbe Judges Issuing the warrants. In low of these proceedings tho beginnlngof tho Inquest has been postponed from Tucxiltiy un 11 Weiticsday. lien. Gubiu did not Interfere with the serving of tho warrants for the reno.i, as he sail1, that now tbo civil authorities aro able to protect those arrested. " I did not allow those warrants to be served onBaturday a week agc,"sMd the General, "be cause, from Information that came to me. It was almost certain that tbo deputies. If arrested tnen, would have been subjertcd lo peri-onul vioitucc. It not killed out right. Now, however, things have changed, and besides, tbee war rants are Issued by tbo Judgt a of n regular couit and not by a Justice of the I'caie." II Mtlum.iiio, ijept. 'JO. Adjt.-Gen. Ftewart to-day directed 1.000 blankets to be shipped to Hnzlcton from the Schuylkill Arse al for the use of tbo National Guard. These blankets w 111 be distributed according to tho best Judgment of Gen. Gobln. Tbe extra blunkuta were m.ido neces-tary by the unusualli cold weather. It is estimated th'it tbo troops now at Hazleton will cost the 8tate aruut $37,000 a weekontuls tour of duty. Nothing Is sajit here about recall ing the troops but if prejent conditions con tinue several of the rc-mcuts will probably bo ordered home In a tew days. ORAXD 1RUXK GOES IT AZOXE. Its Active Opposition to the Yew Intercbance nhle SlllaKe ITooW. IlKTltoiT, Mich.. Sept. 20. The Grand Trunk Railway Is now known to be opposed to the com bination in the now Interchangeable mileage book. It Is tbe only road In tho Central Pas senger Association territory not on the book, and It has placed Its mileage with brokers In every cJty In competing territories. l)y thus Issu'ng mileage Iroadcast It bos corao Inn a position to mako a strong tight against the United States roads, especially as to-dny tho order vi nt nut lo exchange mileage lips for tickets at tne ottlcc". This nritclically results In tbe Grand Trunk's making a Hat rate ot two tents a milo without the botlier of Identltl cution and return of mileair- to the brokers. Hy this si heme the Grand Trunk li.m rounded up tho brokers ell through Miitiiean and combined them atralnM the Vanderbllt and Wabash Inier-cst-4. To sueti nn extent has thU gone that al ready the Muhlzau roads arr i omplalnlng to the C Vniral Passenger Association that the new tl' eta must tic changed or the result will bo largely detrimental to their lutoicsts. BTARttlXO O.V .4 J-'WtltrilOiT, Two Italians Wbo Had 1'retlouslr Insulted Women Irresleri. Trank KoranI and Prnk Mlnutall wero held In S'-.OOO ball each In tho Yorkville Court yes terday for stabbing on Sunday night William II. Long of 10'JO Second nvrnuo, a passenger on Uie Long Island ferryboat Ixms Ilea h. Long, with hU head in bandars, testified tint the two Italians had Insulted a young woman on the I'oat and some ot tbo men passengers re tented it. This caused a light between several ot the passengers and the two Italians and their frlrmls. Although be was outsido tho crowd of combatants, the Italians rushed ut him and stabbed him in tho face. I'oraiil said he was a painter and lived ut-'.-l East Thirteenth street. Minutall irave tbe sauio address and raid he wai.i shoemaker. Junior Cuilly or Kxlnrllon. Samuel A. Junior, alias J. W. l-arton, pleaded guilty beforo Judge Asplnall in tho Count, Court In llrooklyn yesterday to extortion. Tho prisoner on Juno 1! last met t-'Inclair W, Jauej, a ti okkceper of tho Nutlonnl City Hank, mid Informed janes that be was an officer trom Drocklon, Mas"., and was about to secure a warrant for tho arrest of Jams on the churgn or kidnapping Clara T. Kelly from llroiklon. He demanded .-7100 hush money from Jnncs. The latter pii'l 4-l.nl "t thu time, promising to pay tho rest in 11 fe iv da) a. In tho meatitiiiio Jnnrl notified tlii-1' '.trier Attorney nnd J .nlorwns ar rested. As 1. rroiilt of tho publicity of tliorsio Janes Ion! Ills place in thu bank, wliere tio bud been emplii) en for thirty jears. Junior will be senttneed on Friday. Motive 1'owrr nnd Itarld Tranilt. A meeting of tbe Supremo Court Commission ers appointed to determine whether the under ground railroad shall bo built wuu held yester day afternoon. T. O. Crosby, an electrical en gli.ee.. tcstlllodas to tho cost of supol'lng tho necessary motivo power. Ho said that the General Klectrlo Company had nindo uu ulfcr lo the Manh'tttun elevated 1011I tl ico years ago 10 Inilall ilsslcnion tho elevated for tr.10,000, 000, but that lie thought tub enulil lo iucoiii. pllsdrd loduy for less money. Iloulsu said that elc trlcltyos a motivo power Is cheaper than s l en m. It would duuwny with tho locomotive Iliemcn. (Osmund Morris Cnuabt nt I.ntl. Sigmund Morris, indicted hi Juno, 1800, for using tho malls fur ftaiii' lent purl oso, was turned over lo Unitod .States Marshal llnjilcn of Urooklyu yesterday by llio Peputy United Elates Marshal of San I'rancisco. Morris was committed to Jail. He will bo arraigned before Judge Tcnnoy In the Culled States District Court to-day. Morris and his associates, Hugo Morris. William J. Ilirtfonl. iird Miss Am-iu Caswell, carried on their biis'ness In thu Ar huikln bulldlii, and nil wen Imllited. f-lgiiiiind Miurialenriiid' ' llio Indictment. anil lieu. The otlicrtbrco wero uueaUd ut llio time ami held for trial. Laffjer I J. "koab III uu an I"levated Train. 1 Lawyer Lionel J. Noah, a son of Major Noah, j who was editor of tho Inquirer, was stricken with paral'sis In a boulh-bound train of llio Sixth avunuo cloated line yesterday morning lust beforo Tranklln atrcel was reached. Mr. Noah bus ulllui "l H'-O liioudwuj with his brother. Mr. Noah whb examined al nut two months ago as preliminary lo his Inking out an insiirunie pulley and the doctor thought ho was u llrt-clnss risk. He waa remuved to tho Hudson Street Hospital, where It is believed liu will recover. He is 51 years old. An A sell iiroskljn Woman llurnrd to Dealb. Mrs. Clarlnda lloshell, u widow, w hllo cooking her lunch on an oil etovo In her apartments on tho t-econd floor of tbo house ut '-10 Willow avenue, llrook yn, yesterday, was so severely bullied that stio died before Ihn arrival of the ambulance surgeon, Shu wns 80 years old and had lived alone since the death ot her husband, a frenchman, n few years ago. a-niwMliMfti i Ff Sill Si 'fip JPW il Druggists, :is a general rule, do not make a practice of recom- -g I'H mending proprietary medicines. Sometimes, however, when they1 t&H have a particularly bad case of dyspepsia to deal with, they hava f$R been known to ask the sufferer to try Ripans Tabules. A St. Louis afl lady who was afflicted with chronic dyspepsia told a friend that sha ' ,H had tried more than a dozen different kinds of medicine without ftl much relief; but one day, when she went to her druggist to hava -H a bottle refilled, he asked her why she did not try Ripans Tabules. 411 She bought some and took them regularly at meal time according to H directions, and now she says she has never seen their equal for com-' H plaints of the stomach and liver such as she has so long suffered from. ' fjjfl AnevstyleitrtcanUliilncTr.vairivsTlsri-xlnaruipereartnn'vltboutgtulinowrormVatKims , nH dnljtH. r roa run cr-im Tin. low nrlce.1 mirt la Inlfi a.nl firthipo irnl fheieonomlral. tinedoitn J BnTnl r tbe.tM-ento.'nniiUfJUitMili-jian bstnul bv laiul lii M-nilnc fn-u km rrinato the IUpass Cbikicai. zi nsnfi Colir.v No. ISSo.ii.-oslroH "e" Virb ---a .in-peinnn 1 rt r. 1 I. lll tianelitfor Ilvoeents. IbbbbI T. AS UIH CHAR fl ED WITH ARSOX. Ills Fnelnry In rhllnitelplila Ilurned Artrr a 1'lan to Hlon It dp Fnllrd. PniL-.PEM'iiM, Sipt. 20. . barged wllh two attempts at arson, Harry A. Lundls of tho firm of Mayer,' LandU a.-; Co., proprietors of a big file works at Twentieth street nnd Allogheuy avenue, was arraigned lieforo Mngltrute Lu- i kens this morning and held In $:t,OJO hall to ' await a further hearing nu Mondnv next. The police ;ay they will produce tvldcnco to prove that Landls set lire to his own properly to savo it from sals by tho Sheriff and to secure a large sum of lnsurunco upon the plant. On Saturday night an attempt was nindo to 1 blow up tbo mill with naphtha. Two cans ot this expioslvo had been placed In a pnrt of tho works that would tio caj" prey to nn ov plosion and Ilnino. To lliejo cans wan at tached n fuso wbleti had been lighted at a dls Uinco from tho cans of naphtha. A knot In Uu fuse checked tho course of the splutUrlm? flro within several feet of tho cxpluiiv cs. 'I his attempt to dentrov tho null wns reported to I tho police, and an attempt w.v made to rind ' tho guilty num. At 1:10 oV'ock this morning tho mill was found lu bu in flames. I'iiiIcu Uiun Kurhia turned In an alurtn. but lliei'ttoits of the nrrmen tn snvo the property wero un availing. 'Iho big structure wn totally d- I stroyed. Tho loss was put by Lauiiis at , .!0,0uO. A few- moments before the flames burst out in thu mill Policeman Korhej 1 nd Ylnliluuan J'lnchcl.fl, who is employed at the work", wivr Harry A. Lundts, ot.o of tbo firm, leave tho building by w I) of a rear door. Ho ilid not make his nppearanco again until half an hour at'er tbo flro btarted. lie then lold the oolloe mun that ho hail seen a man run out of tho back door of tho m..!, and bnd liased bun about two squire, but did not overtake him. Landbs was arrcstedsojn after llio lire. 1 RVX OX A IIAXK1XO OFFICE. Firm Pays All lleninmls nnd tbe Partners Bar I It's Perrrctlr Kolvrnt. I Rumors affecting T. K. Ward & Co., bankers and brokers, of 31 Ilroadway, caused a run on tho establishment yesterday. Alfred Curr, a member of tho firm, said to n Sun reporter: "It is true that thcro was a ruu on our bouse to-day. Wo assured our customers that we wero perfectly solvent, and many went awny satisfied. Others got their money, and alto g ther wo paid out $700,000. The run wns the direct result of n publication In a morning pepor lust week, whhli, while it didn't mention our name, itientitleil u-i so that tbire was 110 iiiisnnderstinding whom they meant. We wero decribod ns being on tbo brink f failure. We f hall certainly hold the ucwspiip.'r in question responsible for the damage to our credit." T. E. Ward, tho bead of the llrm. said: "We have lint failed and will lint lull. Our h Miso Is perfectly sol ent. It U true lli.it tbero I was a run on up alii that v.f had to imy uut a great deal of money, but thi ruu'sul -ideJ, aud I do not think there will be any moto alarm." DID POL WEM A X ' K R I EX CI. UR 11131? A Harlem Illueennt Aeeuved of Ul-Treatlnr a negro Hoy. Policeman Christopher O'Hrlen of tho East 100th street squad, arrested Itlchard Lugnn, a sixteen-year-old nccro, for throwing stones at him, after a long chase, Sunday night. In tho Harlem Court yesterdav, four witnesses ac cused tho polleem 111 of cribbing thu boy, w linso lips wcrt cut and hwolleii, O'lirien denied the charge and asked for timo to get two policemen who could disprove It. "If Iheydo not ofTVet tho testimony of theso witnesses I will entertain a criminal elnrgc of Hhsuult against you." said Mitglstratu Sliiims. He parulud the Logan buy lu custody of counsel. CYCLIST KILLED RY TROLLEY. Ills Wheel Slipped and He Was Thrown Against the Dasbt ourd. Then Ilun Ot er. Thomas ICIernnn, a bicyclist, was killed by a trolley car on tho Whito Plnins road nt Vll llnmsbridge yesterday. While he was riding north on a down grado tho tar, with Motormau John Mnlone III thnrgc, approached rapidly from tho south. Thu cur and Llevclo wero n.rccly four feet apart when Kleriiun's wheel flipped In t In tamd nnd throw him head llrt agmiipt the da'-lilwiar I of llio cm, Malnnot-iil 0.1 brake.-, but thu car run over the prostrate I leyilist liefdie II iiiuld be brought to a t-ttiud-rtlll, injuring him so budly that hu died almost lmiiiidlatcly. 'llio motoruian was arrested, A ITER HEXRV VI.AY. Tbe Philadelphia .lluiilf jal Lraguo Finds llli Jeellons to a Councilman. liAItltlslil-IHi, Pa., Sept. 20. At 2 o'clock to morrow alternonu Attorney-General MiCor iniek will hear argument on tbo petitions of tho Municipal league of I'hiladelnlim for n writ of quo warranto against Hem- Clay, a member of the Councils of Philadelphia, who in allegro lo l.a o forfeited hU right to 11 t-eut In tbo I'uuiiells owing tu Iim being l'n-il'lent of the 11 u-.li Kli-i-trie Light Company, which bus ob!.mul fium thu city coot ruus for lighting. R. il.VH LEE'S i:ite. Ills HUappenranee Tram n Hotel nt .Masrara I'rtlU Causes AnalrlT. It. King Leo, 711 years old, loft bis homo at 177 Ft. Mark's plate, llrooklyn, 011 Sept. 7 for a Iii.siiicos trip tn llio northern pari of the Mate. Ho turned up.i week Inter ut a hotel at Niagara Tails, uud remained there until last Tuesdnv I morning, when lie v ent out for a walk. Me did I not return tu the lintel, und has not hern seen or heard of slnrn It Is fraiwl hv his rclntiws that 1 he may have been thn man who was seen logo over tho Fulls on that day. llubbed Aruotd, I'uii.lable A t c. William Hiiniian, a tapestry culler, employed by Arnold, Cmistablo & Co, was i-nibt trying to pledge taprkClos in a Sixth imiiuc pawn hop ycslcrdny by Detective sergeant Wnile. He was arrested, and Ihn good I" tried in pawn were Identllled litter by his inil"-ir.. He was 11 iiiiinded when arraigned In Jrlti rum Market Pulito Court. Or. stelklti Din lurgeil. Dr. Itudolph Mclklo of -JH Adams tn-ct, llrooklyn, who was nrrrHtcd several weeks ago fur performing u criminal operation 011 Mrs. Violet lliirliilghat Conct Iflanil.wiiHiilscbarged by Justice Nostraud in the Coney Ii-luud Polico Court yesterday, tho (.umplulnaul fulling to appear, SSSSslSSsliMsis CRICKET. i H Entllthmrn Tar Urhlud I lie Colts." bat til ? Bsssi Iteault Is a. Urnff. 1 H PiiinnKii'iiiA, Sept. 20. Tho cricket gam ; belwcm P. P. iirner'a English elo-, en and tho "1 iH Phllrd-lphla "Coils" ended hero to-dnyonths) J H grounds of the Gcrmuutown C. C. H The "Colts" gave an evccllcut cxlilbltion at S tlio bnt, which v. is a revelation to somo of ths inl old-timers on the ground. At 1 o'clock their , M total number of runs had reached 240, nnd they '!nl had still eight wickets to fall. Capt. Newhall ' V then decided that he would dcclaro tho inning; '1 doscl. ''sssi The English tetm required 230 runs to win. Y-fl Capt. Warner realized what a dllllcult task was ill beforo his men and ho decided to play for a ''I draw. He plnveda aplendld Inning of 50 him- 'U telf. and J. N. Tongc also aucccssfiillv resisted ''aH thertttnek until ho hid i-ollocted 24. it. A. Ben- ,':B liett and the captain then played out time, tha Stt match ending in u draw. Tbo scoru follows: afl riiii.uEi.riii-. " toi.TH." ' H lint Jumtij' Stcond Inning. ' W Thsjir.L ii.tiaery .lit b. Hull 10 : J Kvan. c. WL.i-insn, li. Jes- H sop . ... .. (1 e. sml b. Pull I'l M II c Townsen'l, b. Jesoti... 0 i. liull 7 ' W. lllnchmnn. t. IleaU, b. VM J.-v; 9 li Head 0 H '-. 7. Orae''. e. 1-toct.s. b. -iBBni Jeitop . . 4 e.Marrlott, b. I!uIIA7 I.H . A -lie ne. u. J.-op 0 b. Hull 3 I'lssnl J.t. C. Mor , U MuL. ... 1 e. Head.b.StockslT InH II Haines, e. lliniiflt. b viH Clih.ni-y 1'j e. S-tockJ,li.Tong84 4mM C II. llowton, c. Hen-iett. b. -H Jeaii.i in b. Stocks 7 IH A vv Jonei, li sto-u 10 e ami u Chlnn'ryl7 -liV 1 I' anon, b. Mix-L. 11 b. llrsit 27 'iH A I! MlfUIn l.li.w.,h Jesop.10 nut out 1 WM V. T Fr-flnJ. It. Jnsvp... '.'Il e. Clll'y.b hto'ks a fiaTnl T. It. Sltl, u. Jeitop 4 c. Mocks, b. UuU. 1 IvH C V. Tbaekira, c. Marriott, b. 'Jisnl Jessop 0 'IkS o. s. Lippm-oii. e. Chlm.trj. , b. Dull 10 1H JO. tvlelt. li Hull -! !M I C JorJ hi. b. Jmoji o v. Grsiiam, n. Jewp 1 -H W cliui -non, not out il H II I' MaUali, st. Beui.ett. b. M m.ii l ;V n h .Sen hill, c. Clitluerr.li. ! Hill 0 "rH Jiyes. IT. leu liyn. J; wiles. Dyes. 21: leg byes. -.'! 1 ; no linl,n, - Sj --.'. no bll, 3..40 i)H j Total 14H Total 50 t' H I IIO'VUXQ ANALYSIS FIRST INMXO. 't)H K. f7. null Ill ti an 4 .'( ti I. .:.-... ;.',-. l.t s; its ;H r. -.v. Moot. as 4 so 3 ;! II H Chlnuerr "0 1 II S viH ! WIjo 1. XT. .jl.H-kl. No balls Jessop. S. 'IB bECOVD IXNIXO. 'M 'o.UJe.tp s"i a it 0 ;M '.. Uull 1MI lft 7ll 6 jM I F. n. htuck ITO in -.' 8 S i 11 It Oh inn i II .1 IM 1 -, J.N. Toinre :o '-' 11 1 J. It lieai -JO 1 1 9 gH No balls Jeis ip, t. yl UNGUSIIUI-N. 'jH lrtit Intitnv. Stcond Inning. ViLV P. F. Warmer, e. Iltiiehnian, tl)8 b Ilt.i.n 30 not out & iH I II. II. Cl.ti.uirj. b. c'lllaen- M son 1 c. Graham, b, iH ClImsn.ou .... fl 'fU II II yiarnoit.b. Cllinenson. 1 b. Clliuecson.... 8 J It. Heal, c. 1'far.on. li. fjM Cllnicu.ou SI c. Thayer, b. Clt- '9 menson D . rlH "it. Me". HemmlnEwsj. c. itfl Oraiei, b. Hnlni 7 sfl G 1.. Jessnp, c. Gravrs, b. ItiS dr. em-. . . 1 b. Morton IS WM H A. Ptunctt, e. tiraaam. b. i '.li-II 19 not out II ?M J,.N rouge, b. Cllmcaiou... 11 e. Haines, b. AtM Urahatu 4 tlvM A. Ii. Whatman, not nut ... 10 ittM 1'. V. st.HL.. c. aud b. Cll- meion 4 ,&H 1. G I till, e. Snlfl.b. OJell. & aM lite, li, le I'Tt-s, 1; wlaik,. Byes.Oilegbyes, ftfl -.'-, no Imlls, -' 14 4 It Total .Tail Total 134 uowi.i:;o anai.vhis Fins tinning. M Halls. Xatiltn. Hunt. TTtckltt. .?( J. E. O. Uorton 171 14 4(1 0 OM II ntiaeutou 1110 1.1 ill fl ) O. (Mill SI 4 lid t 'tsl H.llulnrs 40 2 IS f V. A. Greene 70 4 IM 1 fifl W. C. Tuwniend Si li 8 0 AW I Vlde llell, 1; Cllmonson. 1. No ballJ-Odslt, I. r I BECOSD INNINO. l 11. Cllmrnnn 1S5 15 87 ft J.E. C. Murtou SO K 1!4 1 H 1 A. Gravii SS !! in 6 lh H llali.es id) 17 0 11 ii diirii .".:. ; li 0 j W.c.Town.euil 33 a 10 0 M a. ii. 'iirntu 40 3 la 0 ii! V. Orulmlll 4S a Ji 1 ( 1'. A. Uuene SUUO ii IlL'Ns AT TUB TALI, OF EACH WICKITT. jj iniar inm. j. Ji Colts- la 13 32 'IS 38 43 fi.1 BO 83 83 ? ( 1(1 7 114 114 lit 144 1411 147 14S 141 ! Ilug'h'll 3 V bil UO 111 105; 1391 110 108 U V bU0D IM.M1. M Colls- 30 30 CO 01 M 1U-! 100 137 100 213 SIT i St.ll 2 I'l K Uug'h'n-7 1 25 41 103 Zi Tbe reeapolnta IlusltiK Shoiv, ' Three bouts male up au Interesting card at tha J Cirri upolut C. la-.t nlitlit. Tim star t'out was be i i tiMeu fouutiy Iluilerof rironLly n and Tommy Ilyaa ; of 1'lillaileliihta, to l.gntnrlgbti. Joe Wara waa ji rtfsree. ? ' Kugiuis Ilornbscber and Johnny Glynn of Wllmtng- i ton, Del, figured lu the openlnir bout of ten rounds A ,' at UD puU-iUh TbU was HorubtUier's first appoar- in, auce lu thu rlui In over three ..ram .flyiiii vim eer 'tflit. au Hornbaetaer rteelved i Ji linii ' forfeit monej llornhai her was very slow, I ! pn 1 only d frndrd hliim If for its moi,t part of tbe ' hstlte tin tint other lis .J illy ii ru.'ieti freiuently, A I. Un Hit? at will, ulyiiii rit-lly reielveil the m rdli-t. 7 . .'oe ICsii.- of llrooklyn and rbiirlty- MtNally of r i l'rovl'leui-e lllft 111 Kiel, exl Imllt, Tile III. It w a. ten if' r xiii'l i at IV.' imuuiU. 11 was ouo conitnul rouud of V, lilitlll f friiiu lliet-l .rt . In tun third roue I McXnllr lout Ills bead and ff butted I'aue In a eiltii ti when La was getting the V 1 wnr.i of It llien u'ii Ibe ri fi-ree tninud amy as- I ) serttil Iuk uiitli'Ttiy hi 1 itatetbu right to Kane o. I'lien came tliel'i'in li two-u Hutlri andltyan, It iff I waifwr l- nt) rouudt at 13 pound., llntl.-r hlsd ';' ' Hyau. noio v 1 1 1 a heavy iuuh In the rir.t, aud vy K) in wnoipi le es'lltous. llullir Upped ltyan agalu ifr Ol'tlielli'i 111 the mi nn I. -V' I.ihii .il,e ip lu Hi uexl tl ree rounili aud tried i'l for tile minis -h lienal Hiiller III illitrif. It was il Kltu mill uki iiptuihe imlfin I In-y Imili fell In a Hi llneli In II. i r ii.ii.l After this ilia flKht u at .plrlt- H lebfeAti'llh' reult w a a iIimii. itJj - - - tl i $ I -000 By Gum ! i ii I We Will kIVit tli- thouKtnl In Ailrrilo ttibGutn, ,'i hbare In it ly ctmHiff vour nuin itr - And oat outnlUo n r.ijM' r from a Z mil j kae of i FLEER'S CUM o,!;?.,. IKesps the toii'a b I'.lght. J Jloney ready lor naylng out uu "u 10. 1897. K fUiMiti U. rLRIill A CO., rhllaelal t Ms-s-iiisiss-iir'-1-'' - '' - -- " ' - ' '""