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ft . THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 180 0.
f BRIBERY HEARING CLASH. VIBCOBD AT THE ISQUIBY INTO cn Allans at iiAimisnvna. Herniations Adopted ItiroWInc a Conn of Procedure) Dlititsttful to Antl-Qunjr Men Prolrnble Appnnl to thei Ilnnse to An uul the Action Token by the Committee. Hiniusnuno. Pa., March 2. The Investi gating Commltteo named by Hpenker Fnrr to lnaulro Into the charges ot bribery nnd osr rupt solicitation In connection with tho tmnsnae of the McCarrell Jurr bill throtiah tho House vnjkf t.ntr,ht Tlii. sjisalnn wm short, ftml the If' adjournment war taken until nfter the meet- y Intr of the House to-morrow. Thero were sov- f eral spicy exchansea among the members 1 i that caused n ripple ot excitement In tho crowd I' that thronged the committee room in nuticl- If. nation ot disclosures. I Tho com mlttoe Is strontdy farornblo t" Sen- , Btor Quay In Its cotnDoiltlon. As originally i constituted It was composed of Messrs. Kreps. Chairman, nnd Voorhees. ltepubllcans, both 5 of whom are supporters of Senator Quay. The f Democratic membors wem Mr Tlcho nnd Copt. Skinner, who art credited with Quay - aympathlos and who voted In favor of the Mc Carrell bill. Tho only nntl-Quny Ilemibllcau I ' It Gen. Koont7 who Introduced the resolu- ( tlons calling for the Invostlentluns and ere- iatlnc the committee. Cant. Hkluner has since resigned owing to the nubile clamor over his appointment and the resurrection of alleged , occurrences In his rait enroer in tho I-eelsln-f ture. The vacancy has uot yet been tilled. Tho first lilt came almost Immedlntoly utter the members had bemi called to ordur. Mr. i Voorhees offered a Bet or resolutions for the . sovornment of the commltteo In Its proceed ings. The Intent cf tliosu was that all charges hould be II led In writing, and that no one hould bo allowed to testify until the accused wus preterit o make answer to tho allegations. t Another provision was that at least twelve ' hours' notice shall be given to the Chairman of the names of persons against whom charges ' are made. "I must objeot to these resolutions, said Oon. Koontr.. "Thoy will cause delay and tie fentlthe.verr purpose for which this commlttoe ' Xvos named." Mr. Voorheos declared that, "in fairness to tho ncciisor and accused, thoy ahould have equal rights." 1 A brief but heated passage followed between ' these two mmber. "Let me tell you now nnd Siva tou fair warning." said Gen. Koontz. addressing the Chairman, "that if the resolu- tlons are adopted 1 slmll ho compelled to so ; beforo the House to-morrow and ask Its as. t alstanceln forcing this committee to do Its 1 duty." He wan Interrupted liv the Chairman. u "Who requested Gen. Koont. to confine his rn- ' marks to the matter under discussion, "nnd to j act with becoming courtesy." "I am acting with mote courtesy than that which actuated tho Chairman wi.en he was .' compelled to publicly apologize on the lloor of the House forelnsslnu thoso who opposed him at a band ot political cutthroats." was tho reply. "I anticipated tills ery course by tho ' commlttoe to-night." continued Gen Koontz. "'When certain information came to my knowl edge this afternoon I was then rellablr Informed that Breaker 1'arr had sought the Influence , Of certain ones among the antl-tjuav leaders , to favor postponement of anj action to-night. J- A refusal on their part was followed by tho . throat that the quorum votild ho broken it necessary." J Again thore was confusion as these nolnt- i blank statements felt llko hot shot in the camp J of tho enemy. Chairman Kremsald he was pledged by his oath ot ofllce to n full nnd fair ' Inquiry and Mr. Voorhees added that suchlwas s Bis purpose In presenting the resolutions. I "Then give me the yrivllege of calling mv " witnesses who nre here in this room and ready to swear to the amount of money of- ' tered'them to support this MeCnrrell bill." ' Bald Gen. Koontz. "This Is due me In cotn- , mon justice to support my position In calling tor this Investigation." Chairman Kreps replied that if tho resolu- tlons were adopted he would have to abide, bv t the rulet which they prescribed. Gen. Koontz 1 renewed his threat ot appealing to the House to-morrow. The resolutions were adopted. Gen. Koontz only voting in the negntlve. i Itesolntlons covering some furtherMetnlls wero f also Introduced by Mr. Tithe and adopted. 'i ht committee then adjourned until to-mor- f row afternoon. 4- It Is confidently expected that' some action f will be taken by the House to-morrcw elthor t dismissing the present committee or lncreas- J Ing It by the nddltlon of new members. They I would be named by the HouscICrlsto of North s' umberland, .Smith of Cameron and Kngle of Lycoming, three Democratic members of the s' House, were present In obedience to a sub-L- poena Issued by Gen. Koontz to-day. J Benator Quay lett th! afternoon for Wash ington. After tho adjournment of Congross It j lh understood to be his intention to go to ". ylorldalfor a fortnight or longer, lleforo leav T, ' jng town the Senator and Gov. Stone spent half r Btr hour In tho company of Congressman hib- ley at tho Bolton House, where HIbley is notv eonOned to his room threatened with moil 's monla. Col. GufTey, tho Deinocratlo loader. I also' left th capital this afternoon, going to ( Philadelphia and thence to his home In l'ltts i burg. Before leaving tho city he expressed his 5 entire confidence in the loyalty of the Dorao- cratlo members, who, he said, cntmut be tempted under any condition to support Son-l- fttor uuay. f- Utnh't Senatorial Hrlbery Case. Blr Laee. Utah. March '2. The arguments I In the McCune Senatorial bribery case wero II concluded this nlternoon. and tho committee I took It under advisement. It isexpectod that there will bo two retort. the majority of four I exonerating McCune and the minority of three I finding that bribery was resorted to by McCuno to obtain votes. Thn vote In the Legislature to-day for United States Senator was prac I tloally the same as yesterday. ; No Break to Barnes In Cnllfornln Yet. ! Bacbamento, Cal., March 2. Contrary to ex pectations, there was no decided break to the ranks of Bnrnes In the California Senatorial I contest to-day. Ten men who were absent if yesterday voted to-dny for Barnes, swelling his vote to 22. Tho seventieth ballot to-day was i as follows: Grant. '2'i: Burns, 24: Barnes. 22; Pcott.5;Estee.l:Whlte(Dem.).25; I'helan.U; Boaentold, 1 : Devrios, 1. : Dtlaware't Senatorship Bnllotlng. Wilmikoton, Del.. March 2. Two ballots f vere taken at Dover to-day with the following ; result: Addlcks, 18: Handy. 11); Burton, 11. f New Aondcmy ot Deilcn. t Flans were filed with Building Commissioner S. Brady yesterday for a new building for the ;"' Academy of Design at the site acquired several years ago at Amsterdam avenue, between i 109th and 110th streets. The building will bo fr- conatructed of ornamental stono. with a front- age of 100 foot and depth of 00 feet, and will hn v- two stories In height with a basement. The tiew building will cost $22,000. and It Is an- f? Bounced that It Is to ho used temporarily, as ji. the' academy directors nre not yet ready to T ereijt the permanent structure doslgned for the If tite. E ,'- Chenrj Coyhendall. !Two dentists wore married yesterday In the Centenary Church nt Newark. The brldo wae Dr.BHarrletta Ayers Coykendall, daughter of John Coykendall, and tho only woman dentist In Newark, Tho bridegroom was Dr. Boy Cherry. The ooreraony was performed by the pev. T". C. Baldwin. The mold ot honor was Miss Henrietta Lnlsonrlng ot Altoona. Pa . and the four ushers were Dr. It. K. Hopkins of Now (ark. Dr. W. 1. Clark or Brooklyn. Charles Voughtof Bloomileld nnd Louis Coykendall, n brother of tho brldo Tho best man was Dr. ltobert Welsh of Altoona. The eouplo will re side in Willlamsport, l'a.. nnd Mrs. Chorry will give up practicing dentistry. ' ', Fawned Typewriters ltefore Paying for j , Tliem. , 1 - George W, nills of OIV) Amsterdam nvenuo ' ' wns held for trial under $1,500 ball yesterday ; i In tho West I'lfty-fourth Stroet I'olleo Court ' on the charge of swindling Durant McLean A ' I Co.. dealers In typewriters, of 2t0 Broadway. According to thn complaint. Hills soeurod two i typewrlterson thn Installment plan ami pawnod I them beforo ho had paid for them. The com- i , plalnants said thai several other firms had i Jieen robbed by Hills In the fiamn way. I'awn- z tickets for ton machines wero found In his pos Jlulldlnc Croker Sold Offered to the City. f' At yesterday's meeting of tho Sinking Fund fe, Commission llonry J. Ilrnker offered to ront S the old Now York Athletlo Club building, at E Fifty-fifth street ami Sixth avenue, which ho .bought recently from the DemoeratleClub, to I tho city for department offices. Building Com- K mlsslonor Brady wrote a letter advising that B three floors ot the building bo rented for tho if. use of tho Buildings Department for $12,000 a Is, year. No action was takon on tho matter. p'- Carried In mi n Stl etcher In lie Seiitmitnl. Joseph Stern, a chiropodist, OOyeara old. who ' pleaded guilty to mnnslnughter and admitted that ho had caused thn death of u young wo man by a criminal npeintlon, whs so feeble yes terday thut be was carried from the Tombs Prison Icto tho criminal branch a! iho Supremo Court on a stretcher. He w as sentenced to one year and uix months' imprisonment. TCnilS WAB BOUND XO BB DOSS. Ills Ideas n( Disciplining a Wife Urlng Hint Into the Divorce Court. Vice-Chancellor Htevonn began tho hearing yestorday In tho Chancery Chambors at Newark In tho suit for divorce brought by Caroline Louise Tubhs against hor husbnnd. Claronco B. Tubbs, of Mofitclalr. whero tho Tubbscs have beon prominent mombersof society for years nnd havo contributed to the gossip of the town hy their differences, Mrs. Tubbs's testi mony yesterday wont to show that her husband was brutal to her on many occasions Onco ho locked tho tilnno to troent her playing nnd said hn did It to punish her for being negligent In her household duties At another time hn compelled her to sleep on thn floor In u cold room, and onco he locKed her In tho kitchen. He neglected her when her children woro horn, hlio snltl. nnd on ono of these occasions ho went away on n bicycle trip of sovnral days' duration. They wero married In 1M01 nnd Mrs. Tubbs testified yesterday that whllo they were camping nt l.ako Pleasant in thn Adiron dack's in lKSi.) her husband continually abused her parents, nnd when sho rotortod on one oc casion ho threw her down, kncolod on her breast and throttled hortopreventherserenm lng She managed to attract tho attontlon ot other eampors nearby nnd thoy rescued her from her husband's wrath. She finally left her husband nnd went to her parents, taking hor It-venr-old daughior. Tubbs bogan suit In this city to recover tho child, but tho application was denied, though he was permitted to sen tho child nt Intervals. The Itev. Frederick N. Itutan. wholn 1804-05 was pastor of Grace Presbyterian Church In Montclalr. testltled that ho know Mr. Tubbs and hud talked with him over his Ideas, ono of which was that n husband should be head of tho tamlly. nnd should administer discipline to tho wife just as ho should to tho children, Mr. Kill an said that he was in thn camp In flio Adlrondacks In 1S05, nnd responded to Mrs. Tubhs's cries for help. Her faco wne in a pitiable condition. It was brulsod, bloedlng nndewollen Tubbs told him to keep oft nnd not Interfere, Mrs. llutan followed and cor roborated her husband's tostlmon). Mrs. Tubbs is the daughter of a wealthy ma hogany dealer nnmed Bartlott ot this city. Tho caso was not finished. 3IOTT STltKKT itVlWEIi XOT CT.EAR. Victim's Husband Protests nit Innocence nnd More, Arrests Are Looked l'or. Three moro arrests nro expected In oonneo tlon with the death ot Josephine Cnrmlno, who wns murdered on Wednesdny In the rooms sho occupied with hor husband in tho tenement nt 102 Mott street Tho woman was shot through tho loft ear, the bullet penetrating her brain. The police of the Lllzabeth stroet station, when they ar rived on tho scone, found tho husband sitting in tho kitchen adjoining the room whero his murderod wife lay. His clothing and tho kitchen celling were spattered with blood. Ho accounted for the blood on his clothes by say ing that ho had found tho woman lying In tho kitchen nnd had carried her into the bedroom, but he was arrested and sent to tho Tombs on n Coroner's warrant charging him with mur der. Cnrmlno wns brought before Coronor Bausch again yostordny attornoon. and repeated tho denlnls he made when ho was nrrested that ho knew an thing about his wlfo'sdoath. He also gao tho Coronor the names of three Italians who ho said might ho able to throw some light on the murder. The Coroner immediately communicated with tho Elizabeth street iiollce. and Capt. Titus sont out two ot his detectives to find them, but at a lato hour last night no further arrests had been made. Foitor.ns i.ocicv.n ur at xuirAitn. Three Mysterious Prisoners Who Are Snld to Belong to n (tmig. Tho Newark police havo In custody three young men whom they believe to bo prominent forgers or oheck swindlers. Thoy refuse to tell any of tho particulars of the crime for which the three are held until notified of the arrest ot a fourth man in this city, who Is said to be the head of a formidable gang which has been working successfully in tho East for throe yenrs. Tho three men locked up nt Police Headquarters in Newark nre booked ns Joseph Miller, aged IB, ot :128 Piano street, Newark. Mlchaol Lahr. aged IS. of 2.'i East Third strcot.thls city, and Michael Frank, aged 21, who gave the St. Cloud Hotel as his residence. It Is said that one of them made a full confession, which he wrote out himself. Three Plnkerton men. presumably employed by tho American Bankers' Protective Associa tion, were in consultation with tho Newark officers yesterday. It was said outside of Po lice Headquarters that the Gorman National Bank of Newark had been endeavoring through the association to run down somobody wlio hail passed a forged check upon tho Institution. In looking for the forger the detectives came across a number ot other bogus checks. New Dock Hallway Co. for Jersey City. Tiienton. N."J Mnrcli 2. Artloles of Incor poration of the International Dock Terminal Hallway Company wero filed with the Secre tary of Stato to-day. The authorized capital Is $i.roo,ooo. The company Is to oonstruct and operate a railroad from a point adjoining the line of tho west Hide connecting railroads In Jersey City nnd extending southeasterly three miles to a point on Oystsr Island, in Now l'ork Bay. Tho Incorporators and directors nre: Daniel F. Ap pleton. Sevmour Geary, and Arthur Lincoln of New ork; Solon Humphreys. Bergen Point: Daniel Prltchnrd. Hrlck Church: John II Chllver, Kosolle. nnd Henry Hayos of Hack-onsack. Hnrvnrd Debater Selected. CAMDnirxiE, Mnss., March 2. In the last pre liminary trial to select speakors for tho Prince ton dobato thn following were chosen to repre sent Hnrvnrd: Wilbur Morse, Philadelphia; 8. B. Ilosenthal. New York : H. W. Wolff, Buffalo: II. C. Boiling. Philadelphia, altornate. The reoently established Coofidge prize for debat ing was awarded for the Ilrst tlmo to Wilbur Morse of Philadelphia. The judges were Pro fessors Baker, Strobol. MaoVcane, Mr. Hayes and Senator Galllnger. Ynle Student Dies of Pneumonln. New Haven. March 2. The first death of a Yale undorgraduato since the present epidemic of throat troubles bogan at tho unlvorslty has been reported. It Is that of Howland Perelval Ixive.n member nt the freshman class of tho Bhofllold Scientific School. Ills home was In St. Louis, whore ho prepared for Ynlo nt Smith Academy. Ho died of pneumonia. Another Strawhoarri Combine. Akhon, O., March 2.-' o formation of a combination ot all Independent strawboard concerns In the country, with a capitalization ot $.-i,000.000. Is under way here. SI. II Binninn of Peoria, III., is the promoter of tho project. Thore have been thirteen mills outside of thn American Btrnwboard Trust. With the excep tion of ono mill in Philadelphia all of these am In tho now trust. Tho ultimate objoctlsto oonsolidato the now combine with the Ameri can Strawboard Trust, forming one comtdne. Daniel UnderhlH Leaves 116,000 to Swartb more Colleen. Mineoi-a, I.. I March 2. A boquestof $5,000 Is made to Bwnrthmore College by tho will of Danlol Undorhlll of Jericho, filod In tho office ot tho Surrogate of Nnssau county In this vil lage. Tho estate Is valued In all nt S2'i,000. Of this amount $25,000 und tho uso of tho homestead property goes to tho widow during hor life, whllo tho remainder of tho estnto Is bequeathed to tho testator's only cldld, former Supervisor Samuel J. Undorhlll of Jericho. Pull-Grnnn Hog Killed by lints. Middle-town, N, Y March 2. A full-grown hog, which was kept In a Bmall pen nt Jacob Docker's farm, near Youngsvillo, was attacked by ruts n night or two ngo and killed. Deck or heard thn pig squealing and went out to lnet tigato. He saw nothing tho matter, tho ruts scampering owayns ho appeared, carrying n lantern. Supposing tho pig was hungry, he put some food In the trough and returned to the house, which was some distance from the barn. Tho next morning, when ho went to feed tho pig. he found only a mutilated carcass. Mining Compnny Incorporated. Ai.dant, Mardi 2. The Buffalo Hump Min ing Company of New York city was Incor porated to-day by tho Reoretory of State, with a capital of $2,500,000, to carry on a general mining business in any part ot tlm I'nlted Btatos. Tho directors are: Thomas O. Cullen der. J. IMwnrd Weld. Georgo Cox, Jr., F. J. Kilner. Herbert W. Grindal and Itussell S. Walker of Now York city, and Kdwln Packard ot Brooklyn. Arrested for Tratn Vf reeking, Leiinoton, Ky., March 2. Harry Huthlnson has been arrested at Corinth by Detective Grlffln, charged with wrecking the Cincinnati Southern south-bound train jn Tuesday night near Corinth. Of Interest tn Professors and Teachers, Vht is tint rlns in the community to which you iuul addres yourself to nil your school It Is thst which Is cniupnstd of resdtrs of Tur. Sun, If you consider this for a moment your own per sonal ob.enailcnraust conttrm lu trutti. Ha man of uarct In these' parts will 1UU t mfiuent to . lU.is.j, SPAIN'S CABINET CRISIS. THE QUBBX IMflKXT ADVISED TO KEEP HAOASTA l.V OFFICE. Conferences Held with the Lenders ot the Various Parties Hllveln Alone Urges Change of Ministers Itomero Rohledn Says Sngnstals the Only Man for Premier Xixcial CabU Ptivalth to Tns Acs. MAnntn, March 2. The Queon Itegent has consulted Oen, Martinez Campos. Gon. Azcar rngnnnd Soflor Sllvela regarding tho Cabinet situation. Though tho result of these confer ences has not been announced, 1Mb nlmost cer tain that Gon. Martlnoz Campos advised hcrto continue Soflor Sagastn In offlce with tho pres ent Parliament, while, on tho other hand, Beflor Sllvela, tho Conservative leader, Is presumod to have ndvlsod a chango of policy. There Is every probability of tho continuation of tho ministry of Seflor Sagasta, who Is being warmly supported by Soflor Ilomoro Kobledo. Gon. Woyler, and even tho ltepubllcans. This ovonlng the situation remained un changed. Aftor n conference with the Queen Ilcgcnt, Soflor Itomero lloblcdo declared that only a Sagasta Ministry Is possible because It carries tho sympathies of tho elements led by Gon. Weyloratid BeflorsCnnalojasnnd lloblcdo nnd nlsoof tho ltepubllcans. while Beflor Sllvela Is Btipportod. outside of his own followors, only by the partisans of Gon. Polavlejn. Should Seflor Sllvela succeed Sofior Sagasta Itlsprobablo that t hoi o would be Republican agitation because of Bllvola's ultramontanltm. EULOGIES OF T.OHD HFMSCllKLT Action In thn House of Lords Lord Bramp ton Hpi.rfen Of ns Ills .Successor. Spinal Catlt Dtipalch to The Sox. London, March 2. In tho Houso of Lords to-day Lord Salisbury oxnressed his sense of the great loss which the Houso and the coun try had suffered through tho death of Lord Herscholl. Ills death, tho Premier said, wns very pathetic from any point of view, but It wns tho moro so when It was considered that ho died, npart from all thoso he loved and by whom ho was bolovod. In n foreign capital, with tho work lu which ho was dooply Inter ested, and which ho was carrying to a success ful conclusion, only half complete. His death meant tho loss of a very grand public, sorvnnt. whoso peoullar abilities mndo his placo hard to (111. Lord Salisbury also spoko of Lord Horscholl's great popularity. " especially with our kindred rnco on tho other sldo of tho At lantic, which pointed him out for tho duties he wns so willing at groat sacrifice to undertake." Tho Earl of Klmborley followed Lord Salis bury and showed great emotion as he spoko. After mentioning tho porsonal friendship which existed between himself and Lord Hersohell. he paid a high trtbuto to his great abilities. Lord Herscholl was ono. ho said, who commnndod tho rospoct nllko of friends and foes and his loss Is nlmost Irreparable. Lord James, Chancollor of tho Duohy of Lan caster, who was ono ot Lord Herschell's oldest personal friends, snld that In one of tho last conversations he had with Lord Hcrschell the latter told him that ho was wearied and worn out. His wholo system was ovorworked. and ho had been looking forward to a long rest with his family In the hope that his health would bo restored. The Trlme Minister had. however, asked him to represent Great Britain In the Canadian negotiations with tho United Statos and ho had abandoned his Intended repose. Tho Houso. aftor listening to tho eulogies, adjourned without transacting nny further business. Justice Wdley In opening tho Durham as sizes this morning spoke of tho death of Lord Hcrschell. who. he said, was a zealous advo cate, an accurate lawyer and a generous com rade. Durham was the only city he had rep resented In Parliament. Though his rise was rapid, he did not Icavo his friendships behind him. A stream of callers, including tho Marquis and Marchioness of Salisbury, left cards at tho houso of the lato Lord Hersohell in Grosvenor Gardens to-day. The blinds are drawn, and the house Is practically closod. Lady Herschell Is almost prostrated by the shock, and has not yet left Pnu. Her son nrrlvcd In London from Oxford this morning, and proceeded to Pau. Ex-Justlco Hawkins, now Lord Brampton, Is spoken ot as Lord Horscholl's sucoessor on the British-Canadian Commission, AMBASSADOR CHOATE IX ' ZOXDOX. He Gets n Welcome from tho Queen. Goes House-Hunting nnd Sees Lord Snllsbury. Fvtnal Cable Detvaldi to The Sun. London. March 2. Tho Earl of Pembroke. Lord Steward of tho Itoyal Household, called upon Ambassador Choate at Clarldgo's Hotel this morning and greeted him on behalf of the Queen. Mr. Choato Is greatly pleased with his recep tion here. Hospont tho forenoon In trying to select a residence, but has not yet decided upon a choice This afternoon he visited tho American Embassy, but did not receive nny callers. This evening ho will confer with Lord Salisbury at tho Foreign Office with a view to making arrangements for his visit to the Queen. BESIOXED BT ItEQVEST. Connection with tho Held Contrnct In New foundland Cost Mr. Morlne Ills Ofllce. Sveetal Cable Dtwatch to TheSck. London. March 2. Lord Georgo Hamilton. Secretary of Stato for India, announced. In bo half of tho Colonial Secretary, Mr. Chamber lain, that tho recont resignation of Mr. Morlno, Receiver-General of Newfoundland, had beon given at the request of Gov. Sir H. E. McCnl lum of Newfoundland. Tho Governor hnd asked for tho resignation because Mr Morlne was tho legal adviser ot Mr. Roid. who. under contract with tho Colonial Government, con trols all tho railway, telegraph and mining rights tn Newfoundland, This contract has ox cltod great popular disapproval In Newfoundland. THE BEY. DB. A. K. IT. BOYD DEAD. nit Denth Cnused by Cnrbollo Acid Taken lu Mlstnke for n Sleeping Drntight. Special Cable DeipatrH to The Bra, London, March 2. Tho Very Reverend An drew Konnody Hutchison Boyd, D. D..LL. D the preacher and author, died nt Bournemouth last ovenlng, In his soventy-fourth year. The newspapers stato that Dr. Boyd's death resulted Irom drinking carbolic ncld In mis take for a sleeping draught. The Rov. Dr. Boyd first became wldoly known through n sorles of Papers which nppenred In Vratn'HMaoaimr under tho signature A. K. II. B . nnd were republished umlor tho title ot " Tho Recreations of a Country Parson." Ho was born In November. 1H25. at Auchlnleck, Ayr shire, and was ordnlned lu 1M51. Ho wroto many volumes of sermons. In 1800 he wns Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. EXAMPLE FOB OEB31AX SAILOHS. Emperor William Commends the Courage Shown by the Crew of the Ilulcnrlu, Spina! Cable Deipatch fa The Sun, Berlin, March 2. In addressing nt Wll helmshaven to-day the naval recruits and ma rines who are about to sail for Klao Chou Bay, China, Emperor William dwelt upon tho mag nificent behavior of tho crew of tho steamer Bulgaria as worthy ot emulation. He said It was a splendid example ot Christian courage, which differed from pagan courage In being dono as a duty when nobody was looking on. SAMOA Y XF.aOTIATIOXS GOING OX, No Proposal Mnde to Partition the Islands, Says Under Secretary lirodrlck, Vernal CabU Deitateh to Tur SifK. London, March 2. In the Houso of Commons to-day Mr. Brodrlek, Parliamentary Foreign Secretary, suld that there had been no pro posal to partition the Samoan Islands. Nego tiations were proceeding among the three powers, he tald. In regard to the recent dis turbances at Apia, CAHPAIOX AOAIXBT DVPVT. Alleged Intention of the French Senate to firing About Hit Rarly Fall. .Tjimat Cable Detpatch to In Bum. London, March .1. The Timet' Paris corre spondent records tho alleged Intention of 'the Senate to procure Prime Minister Dupuy's early fall as a matter ot necessity. Ho says that tho Sonato will not forgive M. Dupuy for forcing It to choose bo twoin the Revision bill and a Ministerial crisis, M. Loubet bolng the first President ot the republic to bo chosen from tho ranks ot the Senate, In which he Is most popular, that body did not llko to embarrass him on hit ac cession with the choice of a now Cabinet, and therefore voted for tho bill, Tho correspondent rehearses several grounds of complaint against M. Dupuy, one of which Is his waiting until M. Fnure's death to stop tho turbulence ot thn several league's, THE DBETFVS CASE EriDEXCE. Two Considerable Print VtJamet Now llefnre the Conrl rt Cassation. Special Calte D. area to Tns Bon. PAnte. March 2. Tho evldenoo In the Drey fus caso that wan taken by tho criminal section ot tho Court of Cassation forms two considera ble printed volumos. Copies havo been de livered to each of the forty-five membors of the court. Prince or Wales on Hit Wny to Cannes. Special Cable Dttpatch to The Boif. London, March 2. Tho Trlnce of Wales started for Paris this morning on his way to Cannes, whoro ho will remain until tho end ot Lent. The Queen will stnrt on March 0 for a six weeks' sojourn on the Riviera. The Queen of Ilelglum 11ns Pneumonia. Special Cable DetpalcK to Tm Btn. Brussels, March 2,-rThe Queon ot the Bel gians Is sorlously 111 with bronchial pnoumonla. Dr. Thlrlar remained at her bedside all day yesterday. THE BOABD OF CLAIMS. A Deslrnhlo Stnte Office Which It to He come Vncnnt on Mnrcli 13 Next. The term of the Judges of tho Board of Claims of tho Stnte of New York Is six years, and as now constituted the board consist! of tro Republican members and ono Democrat. Tho Republican members are former Lieut, Gov. Charles T. tiaxton, who It tho presiding Judge, whose homo residence Is at Clyde In Wnyne county, and John F. Parkhurtt. whoso residence Is at Bath, Steuben county, who Is the Steuben dlstilct member ot tho Republican Stato Commltteo, rcprejentlng the Twenty-ninth Congressional district, which consists ot Steuben, Chemung, Schuylor and Benocn countlos. The Democratlo member of the board Is former Judge William M. Beebe of Montlcello. Sullivan oounty. Ho was one ot the original Judcef appointed at the time ot tho establishment ot the board and has been a member continuously since. His present term expires on March 13 and thero It already a considerable bcrnmblo nmong aspirants for the post, which Is considered most desirable. The Board ot Claims was established by an act passed by tho Legislature in 1SKI authoriz ing the Governor, with the assent of the Senate to appoint three persons, residents of the Stnte. as Commissioners of Claims (of whom two. and no more, should be practicing attor neys and counsellors of the Supreme Couit). the pursonBso appointed to constitute tho Board of Claims. The first Commissioners were to hold offlce for two, four and six years respectively, and vacancies as they occurred wero to be filled by the Governor nnd Senate for the term of bIx years. The Governor mar remoo any Commissioner within the term for which he shall have been appointed, but before so doiug he shall give him a oopy of the charzeu against htm and an opportunity of being heard In his defence. The board is re quired to hold at least tour sessions. In the city ot Albany, in each year, and may hold ad journed sessions at suoh other places In tho Stato as It may deem necessury. The Commissioners have jurisdiction to hear, audit and determine all private claims against the State which shall havo accrued within two soars prior to the time when tho claim was filed, the same not being barred by existing statutes, and to allow thereon such sums ns should be paid by the State, Tho Commissioners have power to punish for contempt in like cases nnd In llko manner as the Supreme Court. Where tho amount In controversy exceeds $500, elthor parly feeling Itself aggrieved by tho award of the board may anneal to the Court of Appeals upon nue?tlous of law only, which oourt may affirm, reverse, modify or dismiss the appeal, or order a new hearing before tho Board of Claims. Chapter 00 of tho Laws of 1H84 vested In the Board of Claims all the jurisdiction nnd power to hear and determine claims against the State for merly possessed by the Canal Appraisers and the Mate Board ot Audit. Tho Attorney-General Is required to attend, In person or by dep uty, each tession on behnlf of tho Stato The Commissioners receive annual salaries of $5,000 and receive an allowance for neces sary exoonsebnot to exceed $500 for each Commissioner. Theyare uuthorlzed to appoint a cleric, deputv clerk, a stenographer nnd a messonger. The expenses of the commission nre about S;i0.000 a year, and In matters of con troversy arising from contracts given hy tho State the Board of Claims Is n serviceable ad junct to the financial department of tho Stato. nnd a satisfactory substitute in many cases for tho judicial branch. Prior to 1KS.' there existed a Board of Canal Appraisers and a Board of Audit, but tho Board of Claims was Intended to supercede both, nnd simultaneous ly with its establishment the Board of Canal Appraisers was abolished. Days of Grace on Sight Drafts. Boston. March 2. The bill providing for days of grace on sight drafts was passed by the House of Representatives this alternoon over the Governor's veto by n vote of 110 to 5. A bill passed last year provided for payment without any grace, and many business men said It was a hardship. Schooner and Crew of Klght Men Probably Lost. Boston. March 2. The schooner James B. Paco. from Philadelphia for Boston, Is lone over due and has boon given up for lost. She was commanded by Capt. L. D. Garfield of West Dennis nnd carried a crew of eight mon. O. nnd W. Acquires More Coal Lands. The Scranton Coal Company, which Is owned by the Now York, Ontario nnd Wcstorn Rail road, has purchased the coal properties of W. H, Richmond, an Independent coal oper ator nenr Scranton. The properties have a dally capacity of 1,500 tons. Tho purchase price wns $750,000. Samuel Sloan Out of the D., L. and W. Presidency. Samuel Sloan resigned the Presidency ot the Delaware. Lackawanna and Western Railroad yesterdny, and, ns hnd been arranged, W H. Truesdafo was elected President In his place. Mr. Sloan was elected Chairman ot the Board of Managers. Hnllrnad Tug Sinks a Ilnrge. The Pennsylvania Railroad tug Palmor ran Into and sunk tho barge Willie McLean off Pier 8, North Rlvor, yesterday, Capt. Jacob Weber and his wife wero taken off by tho crew ot tho Prlscllla Cox. which had the bargo In tow. The bargo had 502 tons of coal on board belonging to Bornard McLean of 1 Broadway. Two John O'Hrlens, Two Watehet and Two Sentences, John O'Brien, who stole a watch from Robert Cahoon on Jan. 30. was sentenced In the Gen oral Sessions yesterday to the Elm Ira Reform atory, and John O'Brien, who stolo a watch from Frank Hargaden on Feb. 15, was sent to Sing Blng for live yoars. Arrested Importer Honorably Discharged. Albert R, Souhaml, an Importer of 530 Broad way, who was arrested In December by the Federal authorities, charged with smuggling Oriental rugs and draperies from Constanti nople, was honorably discharged last Wednes day aftor mi examination before United States Commissioner Alexander. The Miublehend Sails. The gunboat Mnrblehead, In charge of Com mander W, V, Mead, sailed from the navy yard at 2 o'eloojc yesterday afternoon. She Is under orders to join tho North Atltntlo squadron in Cuban waters. JOTTINGS ABOUT TOWN, Justice Cheater has granted sn absolute dlvorte to Bertha Bchoen from Henry Sohoen. Justice Nam has granted to Nacbam Zlegel au absolute divorce from Jtlana Ji. Zlecel. Mrs. Jeaute V. Nanltv of 431 Greene avenue, Brooklyn, whose husband la employed at 79 Duan street, was attaoked by heart disease In Heads street yeeterdsr afternoon and died In au office at 11, Into which she went to tit down. It Ml her (titty-tor nth birtbdty. WHERE IS MABEL CONNOR ? SHE BEACHED THE CITT FBOM HUD SOX, N, P., AND r.tXISHKD. Got Oft the Train nt 128th Street by Mlstnke, Apparently, nnd No Ono Hns Seen Her Since Wns Coining to Visit Itelnllvea, nnd They nnd Her Parents Are frantic. Mabol Connor, 15 yenrs old, started yestorday morning at 10 o'clock from her home, 231 Union street, In Hudson, N. Y to come to this city to visit her elstor Jennln, who lives with her mint, Mrs. Jalio Jordan, In tho Mar shall fiats nt 117 West Fifteenth street. Mnbol Is a student In tho Hudson High School nnd recently had been In poor health on ac count ot overttudy. On tho advlco of n ohy slelnnhor parents dccldod to tend her to this' city for a week's vacation. Mabel should have arrived at thn Grand Cen tral Station at 1:15 o'clock nnd Jonnle wnlted for her there. Sho was not nmong the pas songors who got off tho train, and In grent perturbation MlssConuor reported her disap pearance lo the railroad officials. Thoy told her that her sister might havo got oft tho train nt the 125th street station and sont her up yinre. , At the 125th street station sho finally found thn conductor who hnd been In charge of tho train that brought Mabel to this city. Tho con ductor gavo hor a good description of her sis tor nnd snld that he had seen her alight from the train nt 123th stroet. Ho addod that sho seemed to be undecided which way to go. Miss Connor then went to tho East 12lth street pollco station, and tho following alarm was sent out from there: 1-ook out for Mabel Connor; ID yoars old, short and stAut, dark completion, red eheeks, short drees, light, blown hair bttirlng down her back. Misting from 1)7 West Fifteenth auroct. Tho police, howovor. had hoard nothing of Mabel. A number of hotels and boarding houses wero visited, but no trneo could bo found ot her. Tho nows of the girl's disappear ance wns tolegrtphod to her parents In Hud son, nnd tho reply was sent that she had left Hudson as expocted. The father and mother wero frantic, and sont many telegrams during the day to Mrs. Jordan, who became hysterical horsslt, and sent back ns many answers. Another sister lives nt Bedford Park nnd telcprams were sent thore In tho hope that tho missing girl had gone to that house, but up to n late hour last night nothing hnd boon scon ot her there. "I nm afraid to think what might havo hap- encd." said Miss Jennlo last night. "Ma cl was always a good littlo girl. I know sho has not run away. I fonr that sho may have forgotten the address und that sho is wandering about tho city. Our only hopo Is that sho has stopped at some boarding house or hotel for the night nnd will be nblo to find us In tho morning." Mnbol Is small for her age ana does not look more than 12 years old. SHOT OVEB A GIBL'S SHOULDEB. Grandy Killed nil ntvnl When Mist Illckey Declared Her Preference for Him. Endicott. Neb., March 2. In a fight over a young womnn Burt Grandy last night killed Clyde Cole nndto-nlghtls belngchased through tho woods of this county by n Sheriff's posso nnd bloodhounds. Tor a year the two young men had been paying attention to Gertrude Rickey. LnBt night at the Endicott publlo school a church entertainment was given. After It wns over Colo stnrtod to escort Miss Rickey homo. Grandy met them nt the gnto nnd demanded that tho girl should chooso either him or Cole. Sho chose Colo. Instantly Grandy drew a revolver. Tiio girl sprang be tween the men, hut Colo jumped forward and grabbed the weapon. Then a strugglo for tho possession of the pistol occurred. After ten minutes Grandy wronohed himself looso and fired over tho girl's shqvJdor at Cole. Tho lat ter dropped dead. ASDBEir JACOBS AS TjEADEB. ne Will Take tho I.ato Congressman ITur ley's Plnco In llrooklyn. Tho death of Congressman Denis M. Hurley crentos a vacancy In tho delegation from the Sixth ward to the Republican General Com mittee in Brooklyn, and It will bo filled In a few days. Forn long period Mr. Hurley wns tho unquestioned Republican leader In the ward, ami even In eras of party disagreement almost Invniiably succeeded in keeping the Republi can forces solid In his bnlllwlck. Mr. Andrew Jacobs, with whom Mr. Hurley always workerl in harmonv. will now nndonht. edly assume the leadership of tho district. Mr. Jacobs was n Stnte Committeeman for several years, nnd Is at present the Exocutlvo Com mitteeman from his ward. llesnlt or Klectlons 111 Wyoming County. Warsaw. N. Y March 2. Tho result of sixteen town elections In Wyoming county on Tuesday shows twelve Republican Supervisors and four Democrats elected. Last year thero wore seven Democrats. On oxclso eleven towns want license and five no license. Two years ngo thero were six no license towns. This year the towns, except Mlddlebury. voted In favor of all tho propositions. In 1H07 live towns allowed tho sale of intoxicants by hotel koorersonly. Glbbt to Give n Dinner to Republican Clob Prlends. Frederick 8. Glbbs, the Republican National Committeeman from this Stnte. has sent out In vitntlonB for n dlnnor to bo given at tho Repub lican Club on Rnturday evening. Thero will he twonty-IHo guests, all members of the club. Mr Gibbs gives the dinner to express his thanks to those mombersof tho organization who stood by him when nn attempt was made to defeat him for membership In the club. Union Ilrform Party Contention Adjourns. Cincinnati, March 2. Tho Union Reform Tarty Convention, which brought forth a na tional political party yesterday, consod Its la bors to-dny. Tho Exocutlvo Commltteo, R. S. Thompson of Ohio, Chulrman. ndjournod to meet In Buffalo on Juno 20. Thomas Hntcllff of Illinois. Hherldnn Webstorof Missouri nnd Asa Taylor of Nebraska presented three sep nrnto reports from the Committee on Plans ot Permanent Party Organization. The general conference relerred nil tho reports nnd amend ments on plans of organization to tho National Executive Committee Mall Conch Robbery In Illinois, Quinot. III., March 2. The mall coach run ning between horo and Kingston, III., wns held up yesterdny by two negro hlghwnymen, who compel.'od tho driver to hand over the mall pouch, removing all registered mall. Tho amount of plunder secured Is not known. FOR A jp THOROUGH If OEAHSIHcAjj M WHOLE "ml SYSTEM TAKE ,r? f POWERFUL SUT HARMLESS! V f CHAXOE3 IX BANK IX THE &ATT. Under the Personnel Hilt Sampson and Schley Will Heeome Hear Admirals. Washington. March 2. Radical changes will result In the ranks nnd numbers ot naval of ficers In various grades as a result of tho adop tion ot the Naval Personnol bill, which at onco necessitates tho preparation of nn ontlro now register. Practically every oluccr In tho lln nnd Engineer Corps changes position by tho amal gamation plan, nnd so groat Is tho promotion In somo Instances that young mon out of Annap olis only seven nnd eight yoars will find thorn selves full Lieutenants, with rank correspond ing to that of Captain In tho army, Whon It was known to-day thattho Sonato had adoptod tho conference report nnd that tho bill required only tho President's signature to become a law. Secretary Long ordorod a board, which began work preparing n list showing tho changes made In tho reglsternnd giving the standing of officers ns thoy tako rank undertho measure. This list wob completed to-night, nnd It Is Intended to-morrow. If the nomina tions can bo made out In tlmo.to forward to the Senate the names ot all officers who are promotod undor the terms of tho bill. Secre tary Long desires that thoso officers bo con firmed If possible, subject to examination, bo forn thn session closes. Tho bill makes both Sampson nnd Schlny Roar Admirals, regardless of whether their confirmations nre secured or not under tho war appointments. In anticipation, howover, that iho Senate will not net on tho two rases, appointments have boon mado out nt thn Nnvy Department for the President's signature, advancing both Sampson nnd Bohley to tho numbers In tho grade of Renr Admiral thoy would hold If confirmation ot appointments had been socurod previous to thu adoption of the Personnol bill. Undor Gils measure ton Commodores at onco bocomo Roar Admirals. , As reorganlred. tho navy will consist of 1 Admiral. 18 Ronr Admlrafs. 70 Captains. 112 tmmandors. 170 Lleutonant-Commanders, 300 Lloutonnnts and .150 Junior Lieutenants and Ensigns. Tho grado ot Commodore is abolished, except for tho purposo of promotion on retirement. BANQUET TO BEPVBT.ICAN EDITOBS, State Ataoolntlon Meets In Albnny Address by Gov. Roosevelt. Amant, March 2. Tho Republican Editors' Association mot hero to-day In annual con ference. At the business meeting In tho afternoon Mr. John A. Slolchor moved tho appotntmontot a commlttoo of seven to con fer with tho Republican Btato associations of other States for tho organization of n Ropubllcan National Editorial Association. Tho motion wfts carried. A banquot was ton y.t,rpJ,ho members of tho association at the jort Orango Club in tho ovonlng by W. J. Kline of Amsterdam. Gov. Roosevelt delivered an address. In which he declared that what he eald In tho recent campaign he meant and yould adhore, to the policy ho laid down last fall. He attributed his victory largely to tho work done by the Republican press through out the State. , Tho following officers wero eleoted: Prosl dent. Willlnm J. Kline of Amsterdnm: Vloe PresldonU. P. G. Wlllard of Iloonovllle. F. D. ;?),? Jamestown. E. Ynlrof Waterloo. II. A. Phillips of Lowvlllc. C. K. Sanders of Nunda and C. S. Munger of Horklmer; Secretary and Treasurer. A. O. Bunnell of Dansville. CAPT. n. H. CHADfTICK A SUICIDE A North Carolina Cotton Man Kills nimself I In a Hoiton Hotel. Boston, March 2. A man who registered as H. 0. Chadwick of Charlotte. N. 0.. committed suicide by shooting himself In tho head nt tho Parker Houso this forenoon. On his person was found a telegram dated at Charlotto signed "Blanche." and reading, "Continued absence causes anxiety. Let mo know how and whero you are." He arrived at the hotel last Frldaynnd Is believed to havo come hem from New York. CrtAnLOTTK. N. C. March 2.-Cnpt. H. 8 Chad wick of this plnco committed sulcido In Boston to-day nt the Pnrker House hy shooting him self through the head with a pistol. Ho was a well and favorably known young cotton mill man. Ho was born In Vermont and came to Charlotte about twelve years ago. When the war with Spain broke out he was Captain of tho Queen City Guards of Charlotte, and his company wns one of the first In tho Stnte to vg untoer. Three months ngo he got an honor able discharge and came home. For the last lew days ho had been In Boston. No cause is known for his sict. He leaves n widow. O. KEIIj A SUICIDE AT YOKOHAMA. He Was the nighest Degree Mason In the Orient, and Killed Himself from Worry. Seattle. Wash.. March 2. O. Keil. ono of tho most prominent foreigners In Japan nnd the highest degree Mason In the Orlont. committed suloide at Yokohama on Jan. 31 by shooting himself through the head with a revolver. He wns concerned In some way with the case or young Leo p,1..Kho rob,b,d German firm of some 400.000 yen. It was on nccount of worry over this case that ho took his llfo. Koll is said to havo rormerly been in business in Now York, lie had liyod In Yokohama since 1874 and re trieved a fortune lost in Southern California. Ho built a lino Masonic temple nt Yokohama. Despondent Cashier Shoots Himself. DIotrleh Sobbo. 53 years old, a cashier out of work, committed sulcido yesterday nt his homo, 402 Fifth street, by shooting himself through tho heart. Sobbo lost his position rpur months ago and since had frequently threatened to end his llfo. Yesterday while his sisters were sewing they heard tho report of a pistol, nnd rushing into their brother's room found him sitting In a ohalr dead, a re volver by his side. Missouri Pnclflo Pnymntter n Suicide, St. Louis, March 2. John W. King, paymas ter of tho Missouri Paclflo Railway, hnnged hlmBclf to-night. Ho was a bacholor. about 55 ,yl'.a, ,of aeo- J'econtly ho had tho grip, and this Is supposed to havo been the cause of his suicide. The Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Tho twenty-ninth annual catalogue of tho Worcester Polytechnlo Institute has just been Issued. The Institute offers five courses of study deslgnod to moot the wants ot thoso who wish to become mechanical, crrll or oloctrio engineers or chemists. It was thu first school of its kind In this country to adopt tho Russian system of practical shopwork In connection with studies in mechanical engineering. Spe cial attention Is paid to Instruction In tho uso or machinery and thecnnstruetlonof machines. The Instltuto has four laboratory hulldlngh two machine shops and a hydraullo tosting plant. It has ovor 700 graduates. Wew Bridge Kmployees' Schedule In the nnnds of the Men. Tho modified working schedule for tho mo tormen and conductors of tho Brooklyn Bridge, which It was acroed should be prepared after tho twenty-minute strike on Wodnesdaymorn ing, was complotod yesterday. A copy was submitted to the committee of the strikers nnd will bu considered nt a meeting or this commit tee called for It A.M. to-day. The men say that they may suggest some slight changes, and the officials nru willing to hear what tho mon havo to say and to mako any changes that are reasonable. Standnrd Oil Business Methods. Newark. O.. March 2.-Attorney-Genernl Monnett nrrlved here to-day to pursue his fight against the Stnndnrd Oil Trust. Con Lawrence Nenl o the oil company was on tho stand to day. He testified that he and other ugents of the Standard Oil Company, acting under In structions, sold from one barrel several nlleged different brands ot oil, nt various prices, and nt anyprlcp. to diivo out competition, Tho In vestigation will continue to-morrow, North River Tnnnel to ne Sold In Fore closure, Tbenton, N. J.. March 2,-Exeoutlon was Is sued In tho Court of Chancery to-day directing Randolph Parmley as a master to tell tho prop erty of tho Hudson Railway Company underan execution for $:),W10,8f4.O0. in foreclosure proceedings. The company was formed for t jie purpdse ot finishing tho tunnel between New iork and Jersey City. Coal Miners Stilke lu Oklahoma, Peiiiit, Oklahoma. March 2. A general strlko of coal miners has been declared, In all thero uro from 10,000 to 12,000 miners and by to morrow night it, Is said, overy ono of them will be out Alabama negroes are being shipped In by tho carload. Ono hundred ne gro minors have been brought hero from II-llnols, Proposed Statue of Nathan Hale nt Vale. New Haven, March 2. A movement for the war memorial to bo orected at Yale with tho funds now In the hands ot the " Cruiser Fund" Committee has taken the shape ot urging thut a statue ot Nathan Hale be erected on thn cam put. Definite action will be taken In a ftV days. Consuipiion Do not think for a single I moment that consumption will B ever strike you a sudden blow. 1 It does not come that way. R It creeps its way along. H First, you think it is a little N cold; nothing but a little hack- B inc cough ; then a little loss in H weight: then a harder cough; j then the fever and the night tj sweats. E The suddenness comes when I you have a hemorrhage. 1 Better stop the disease while I I It is yet creeping. I You con do It with 1 Ayer's Cherry f PecM You first notice that you H H cough less. The pressure on I the chest is lifted. That feeling I of suffocation is removed. A cure is hastened byplacingone of I Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster I over the Chest. 1 I A Book Froom J I It is on the Diseases of the i I Throat and Lungs. H Wrlta ua Frooty. 1 M If you have any complaint whatever hj HI and aeilre the belt medical advice you Ml L can poinlhlr receive, write the doctor til RH freely You viiirereivo apromptrepl7,fn l. without cot. Address. 1 Wl UU. J. C. AYEll. iowsll, Mass. A3 Truth is mighty d& And will prevail -0 And the truth that M1..CfT Hunter ill Baltimore Jli, Rye Umk THE BEST WHISKEY 1h IN AMERICA BLOCffl Is evidenced by Iti popn. HLflHM laritrat all tirst-class ItftnivVWJ7ia Clubi, Cafes. Ho- Kna'lUl JhTJU" tels and with 1tbS3AHf9?r!l the public at B3i0 iitnK' lfflnnMJiB 10 Years Old MipD Mellow and Pure. I!"s A. 11. IIAHT fc PItNK MORA, Itepresentatives. 3 8. William Ht., Now York, N. Y. "HHHHaHn uMB BUY THE GENUINE ... MANUFACTURED BY... CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. nrXOTETHEXAME. - a NEW CURE FOR NERVOUS PROSTRATION 11 v tiii: OPPENHEIMER TREATMENT, 131 WKST 4Bth ST., N. Y. Carllsln TrnlnhiE Srliool rntnmenciMtiFnt. OAnLiai.E. 1'n.. Starch 2. rivo thousand per sons, Includlnn Senators and members of On ftroHH, participated In tlm eloiln exercises at thn Indian trnlnlnnseliool to-dny. Thirty-four Indian boys nnd Kirls received diplomas from Dr. William T. Harris, United ritatoi Commlv slonerof Education. Addresses were mnde by Indinn CuinmlNsionnr Jonos, tlm Hon Htamey llrown of AltiHkn. son-in-law of 1'rci.ident tiar t old: Ir. Hheblon .Jackson nml several Indlnns. Bovoral membors of the Pennsylvania I.eelsla turo were nlso present. New Tniiimnny Clubhouse In llr Sevxnth. Tho Tammany Hall Oenoral Commltteo of the Seventh Asiombly district moved Into il now clubhouse at I0 West I'ourtocntli f-treet yesterday, and had n celebration last nluht A floral piece was nrasonti-ri to iirldco t'om mlssloner.lnines W.ltoylo. who made unpe"eh. Assistant District Attorney MclJIollaiid, Cor nelius Donovan nnd J. V,. Duress also mads speeches. The now clubhouse has n bllllAnl room, bowling alley and lounging rooms. FELL OCCASIONALLY. At Church Suppers, Weddings ants I'urtlcti. "Tho minister liked ooflop. His lonjr Sabbath day's worlc wna Iwirun with a cup of tho Btronjiest uoffeo nnd ended In tlm Bamn wuy. GniUuully tlm physical nnd mental nmohiiiery bocitrao clojfKi.'I, tuntfuo coated, dull hendaolms nnd u Kenerul do prcHsed condition of tlm flVHteni, turned his , tlellKlitful occupation Into u dreary trend- mill. N " Ono tiny his attention won broufrht to tho fact that tho urisiiHpecteil coffee wna - very likely tho cniiHH of Ills troublo, and It wus HUKKi'stctl thut If hn would uuo Postura Food Coffeo nnd lnduco tho wood wlfo to 1m particular to boll It lonjr 'nott,'li to oitruct tho ilollcloiiB llnvor nnd tho elements which go to rebuild tho broken down nervo oen treh, IiIh troublo would bo nonn, "Thin wus two years nnd a half ao, nnd slneo that tlmo not a pound of coffee has been nuri'liiuind by tho minister's family. MnrniiiK, noon nndnlirlit I'obtuin makes Its niponruncn on tho tnblti and Ib enjoyed by till. With tho departure of codee went tho minister's bail feelings nnd with tlm coming of X'ostum onmo u fooluij; of exhllnrutlon, n bettor nppetlto and a constuntly Increasing welnht. " From tho Mart tho mlnlhtnr's Postum has been piopeily made, becnuso of tho warning. "At ono tlmo during tho absenoo of houwewlfii (hodomi'btlc, not lieiiig pnitlcu lar ntxiut preparing li-,ttim neeutillng to diioelloiiB, mndo It wenlc und luslnld, which wo Hnd b ii very common complaint among thoBo who do nut understand thut thero U no wny to extract tho delicious llnvor fioni PoBtum except by long luilling, Mndo properly, It Is clear, black nnd linn h itIhii, fitingont, fiihcluating Uti. OeniMloniilly hn mlulbter lum liooii Induced to drink u ciipof eofTotint weddings, parties, otc but J many BleepIoBshoursof tho night nre passed In const .ueuco. Tula to a truo eiperlenoo." , ' J, ,.-,. ..,... r i