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H 4 ' -'-'-- THE "SUNi SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 18y. '
i LAWMAKING IN ALBANY. i 1 1 v jxti-moxsteu 1111,1, s sext to the jj AbSEMHI.V nvl.r.H commitiee. IBennte Kill 11 Hill Tlml Would llnvc Tnkrn 17A.000 Out of the Trcii-tui) llllt I'ilmiI to I'ny Nnlnrles or Mntei lJinpliijccs tWio Went to the Wni Oilier Hills lncil. Ai.iukv. Aurll 'Jl n xssomblyblll which would havo tnkon SlT.VlHX) out o( tlin Slate treasury was killed In tlio Senate to-das 'J lici bill provides Hint the Htato Comptroller might credit neorpornt Ion upon Ills books for taxes Illegally assessed and collected, ami t lint such cororntlon mlKlit assign suchciodlt tonnnthor corporation liable for Statu Inxos, Tho Semite passed the Mil without comment, ttnd but a fow minutes hnd passed bofoio Senator Krtitii, tli-i i Chairman nf the Committee u Taxation and Itetrotiehnionl. discovered lis purport. Hunt once muted l reconsider t vote hy which I the bill had passed This motion was carried, ! nnd tlio hill was again put ton vote and do ll fented and killed beyond resurrection 1 Thoro was some discussion In the Senate j over a faorabli' lepoil mi Situtui- Vmhloi's bill, giving tho State Supoilhlonili'iit of lMlille Instruction, Instead of the Male Hoard of Char Itloe, supervision of lu-tituilons for tlio blind and ileaf mutei. Senatoi White succeeded In having the hill I iiiilnltti'd Senator Douiulls's Autl-Monstot hill, and Asscinhl)iunu '1 1 aliu.i - hill to picvent the formation of trust-, couspiraeles and pools to control the rates of tiausptirtntlnu. woie to day recommitted to the Mules Committee of tlio Assembly foi the purpose of consideration tOijPther by tint committee. They wero on fo lk day's second-1 end ingealondat Inthe AsspmbI) Ilffl The Asscinblv tn-dti) passed Assernbljinan n T. C. llrpiuian's bill. providing foi the pn M ment by the state of the salaries of all cm J ployeosof State depattmeiits who enlisted ns Ijj xoluntocis in I he I'nlted States seivlco and ljfi nerved in the war with Spain ilurlnir tlio time 5 of such service 'J Senntor Fords bill, nuthorii'lng nnjr peinu Jb who shnll Invo held the tank of a coinmis . Ij stoned ollleer. In the capacity of a suigoon.lu r eny regiment or bnlt.illou orgnnbod or fitt- IiS Dished by the State of Newport for thesci- jj vice of tho I'nlted States dining tho war with RU Spain, to npply for culmination for ndmls- Hj slon to pr.ictico medicine without linv- 7j lag compiled with (the regents' requirements Kj for tho same, passed the As-ombl), Di f9 Henry nine into the chnmber mxu after tho jS bill was pixifsl, and moved the it-consideration fig of the vole by which it was passed, sning. In I In suppoitof the motion, that it was opposed by 8 tho entiro medical fraternity of the State. 'J lie prS vote was reconsidered, and tlio hill made, a IBi poclnl order for Jlouday night tie The Assenjbli inetcd SiimIoi M'Cnrren's Sfij bill providing that all license- to teach granted 1 EtS by the Suipilutpndent of l'liblie Instruction of tm Jtrooklui prim to Feb 1, iK'.is, or recounted jig as in force on tint date, shall, unless revoked EM by the State Superintendent forcau-p. be rec- Btfi ORnl7Pil by the Nevvork i it) Siiperiutendeiit Sfl ol Schools ninl the Hoard of lAiiniinoisof tint fi city as In lull force at present KlS Tho popularity of A'hemhlvninn ".I.mnile Br ApKnrof Wcstehe-tercountv wa- well atti sled M In the ssembl tn-dav. Ills hill to exte'id the olv powersof theAestcliptor Trust I'nmpanv wn- Ifia l(torousv opposed by Mr liieeu of New Vork Si On account of the lluht attendance nt the ijjjij eesslon Jlr Apgnr desired to lay the IB 13 bill asiile until a fair dulermiunliou of Its 111 a merits uilcht be had by n full attendance lijlc Mr. (Ireen would not li-ten to thi-reuue-t, gv neither would he to afmthcr reiiue-tth.it it Ifjli mlsht bo made a -pi eial order for Monday iDliJj nleht Amotion to make the Intterdi-imsltion Ijia of the bill wasde-por.itclv loiiwht hvMi (Iteen IHJf but he wnsdefc ilcd bv a voteof sl to 1 IHl? Senntor I..i Itoihes lull provldlnc 1 tint all HIS hotels haviiiL' accommodation- for Km or inoio IHl S jiersnns sliall bo tuovidcl with cuitain- and 1st shades, if used therein, of nsbe-to-or non-ill- !Jt flammnblo inntetinl was tepommltted Ifjf g Senntor Sullivan iravo notleethnt on Mmidav IBIS P'fibt h would move the pass-ico of hist wo jjjrji billg providinc for niiicty-evnt ca- in New York Slfi The Stnto Comptroller Is much opposed ton llti bill Introduceil h Senator Mirshill authorli'- igtl tne the Sthte Hoard of Claim- to audit t he claim jl of certain auctioned s ha-oct upon an nlleued jBjil claim under the lmso( lHikS A similar Idll ijjli ha already nnssed the Assembly Itisa-seit- IbI'8 edthnt If the Pill shouM pass it- opeintion iHrB would open the doot foralootlim of the stain jfliS Treasun of tipjrly a million doll u- Dfi The Senate to-dny continued tlio (lovernors IHIj nominations of the state rau-Aineric.tii Loni- IKjf, mission. IFjjk Tliese hills vvete pas-ed In the Senate Inl'i Mr llnrj' nialillin: cities nf the tlit lass te SI tabllih, nmlp met inatlltou, ont'i lc ef tho i i ei Ifllfp ' TKrU It lilitrt met vrittl the up leval ef llie -I ite iu Ik iioanl t llcillh. Iini-iiitaln rot tin nuulii tiutai.iit iljlj9 of tbo dlviase kiiunn h-pnliiiiiiuin tutu n ulo-it JtifiS Mr. ltKnlnn's. i-talilirliiincu i uMn paik in tie H' Fourth nl nf Si n rk i .tj jl Mr. Colllfr'H, prnviiluiz tint hi rnimticrt ini liua IBaS ttcUl OomnilnflMii, rof lnrot HP hum u muj li i JB S amlnrd nMotliiiriilin ill uinl ipLilin utmiM lirun l S thpy in rxaniiniil in npi u ciart I if Mr. IteJhiuteii . i nip ivreiltm the Cmnpli ilh r of I thscltj nf .N -irk l' illi I the I -f lutTlt lud fl JJ upon tin-rralettit o' tin-I urn Mtli li-t hnl put t H T t'turchiif .NeriliNi' m lor the juvin nf Ki-t , 2 il Hist htrect.httndil WillH mil III nkiiMlilli' u Senator llrown'ii, rcHllai: In ill miUi,iiis takt n R i without the Mile fur use within lie -'nt. 8 f Mr. I'liilllfii , ciinbiun: ihe Ni v..il.nt P.ilnu U ,f Coiiinillnn In nhcir .mil ileti rniiiie tin iliuuis l airainit John Ktt?itilili. i s, ji ihiMiuii oi tin nut ) j m craitc, ami tcliisiatt hin n Jkj Mr. Piilim'r a, alh wiinr pi runiw ulio )ue di pi m jfD itfd monir in i Imnlv unit iui I i-t the nitith ate r aim tbrrami han bom iliatroi il, tn ilnov tin muuet tine tillH thtrron BllJJ Mr. Plllnnv, riilnrlneilii minjil.clo the Man- nl.H hattan kat Snlr Mis-lea nf the i it) nf New tori, lor PJW thnrmr isu., HliK Mr. Hcndion' to niitimrire the paviiuor niaia b2i tlamlttiiK nf Mrittn, avinini., hmhsiix-uml i uPln. RJf plarmtothv villiui nf pert I In t r Wi n. Imti i Hill count), and to provide mr tin i iv mi nt nf ihi n nil pf nae of tin name. HI ( Mr. Apuar', eiupnwt riiiL'the piard nf VVitir I oni flllJ mtalonersof the mI 1.11:1 01 p. 1 k-UII to l-nm $to HI If 000 additional IioiiiU it r tin ptirpn of tMimlun; 111 lta nat r inainn. Ji3 Mr Dnnglitv a prnilillnj that whcie a niiinn ipil iW corpor&t on dlTiltfnr puhhe u tlm vati I nt miiv fjj) stream rraihinuiiih atir it -I. all imi U' inpiiriil 1 E9 3 ' to keep the hid of the tll nil 1 leur to u ill pt!l nf ' K thrm fet for a urrutrr ldtli thill till)- fn I, aid f'l thlaonlv InlliP Inail nf tnliunter ill Mr. ( ullilli K. provnlllik' that tin le -hill he 1 mil liU formltr of nnllimnee- n u ii.tlin; the np"i ill in nf U'll uicyclis, trhyclei mid s.m.Iar vi linlrg ihriiiiuhout ij the HUtr, lc, direitin tin iintltuuiu uhlih lo. .U VII bodies ma adnpt reu'nrlluv: tin num. mi Mr, Adlcri-, eiinipiini.' I rem t iuilnn the I1.1I11 Hi jll Jietmath curt nrutmii nf i m orkiitv 1) Mr, Ilolluhtl'K, prolllhltlllthenlnritloniif atreit II urfaae railroads uinni (m-iiiwi, h strict 111 tin vil Jji II latreof llimpstiad, Saauciiutit) H IJ Mr. DeCliaw'i., pmvnliiitflor the rennhur-rinent of J! Jl rlneformerpnnplovees nf tin nitntv I'ouit nf hliis's H II county for expi ns- nei cst-arllv unuiieilin inllut ffj ins their ralanes, vltliheld rmni tin in 1 1 thciiiUr y M of the Civil HitvIi 1 iiiiiiiiIIhiii r J .S) Mr WHhoh'ii, 1 xteinliimtlie jiirtHilh tl n of 1 mri- j! jl mlailnnrr of ilrnl thiuiitlniut itn.inrNivv hnL f Jl wltboul rpipihlini him I. ill,- Inn n rtltluite nt ap 3 : j? pointment in tttc varioiiMi ouutienif wlinh tin (iiv j ft iscompoaed jl Heiuter Hlk'.'Ins'K. nroliililtlac am -tile ei!l. 1 r er ! f the emplo)feot ati) diiartiuint to inuttJit imlrhi V ' 'jl dneta on the part of the Mute 111 ch-h of ,in a. ' ; ;jj liroprlatlou made for the npnitli purpn-c fm whiiii Ft gifl the debt wa-i (ontiai 'id If ih ' These bills were p,is-ed b) the -scmbly I ffi Mr, Ware'n. iiiabllnu' the ( eaiinihieni r it the 1 I Police Uepartuieiit ot SitV.mI. i in te 1, in n llh ; j iletermine the iIi.ih;ih in.aint William t Mirill ,fl nnd to relimta'c him up a pirn. 1 mm . Mr. Klediiiaii . niikmi: tin utiiiitherint w i.iiil; J of the badk-e of the iiraml Vrm) of the Itcpiihln H fit xaitdemiaticr f IE Mr. Water', liunrporatliu tic HuurJl i'iiiiicu t P Coinpan) to t-iirij nn u u'lnirl llvir and hai k Jw! bualneaa In the iltlesef the tlret rln.nt tin stj. j , It Mr, Klllllnan s, pmvlduiifthat tlnre nliall he paid 1 ig 011 tne ftrM dav of liuin nf tm h jear hv the 1 nmie I 8J troller of New ork rtt) In the voluntier tin i.nu jl it lanles of the her 'inn of ltichniond tlm fellow mi: lift ailtna; In the lria-nrer of an cuuliie rompaliv hK tl.JOO, ef a honk and laddir Ciiinpnll) fllKSl, nfu I fK bote lemiatir lson, and to tlio Irea-tiru nf .1 rjiE patrol rompaii) $-isi ft1 l Mr. Stonenian a makliu the ill "erratlonor tnutlh I ; IB ilonof the tliEsof theiu unl rni) nt the lit iul 11,. I Id In thia Ktato a llllfdctiieitter II ') Mr, Davlanu's. lipiallii: the Hn prohibiting the I .( ipraylni.' of fruit trees ahlh 111 Menem null peUeii J ,11 oil Ihlllldi", ; Jl Mr. Colllna'a. aiithnriimtthe Srwnrlc ulyl'olho I 18 Cnrnmlaaloui ra tn 11 heat tml din riuiin tlniliaiu CJ IS airalnat Hernanl Mi I1.111 a p Immin nf thvl)rt Mk m srade, and to n iiisi iti him V' X Mr. waro'e, aiminlliis' the t mle nf Cnminil Pro I Sit J radure bv proTlilitnr tint iouiimI .iail In axlm d IJ. I auuniiaed ptmou Is lore in I- allowed to 1 had to III thorhaiee tnadt n.-aiust htm " ;C ,4 Senator llracketfa alnll.hiin: 1 oiviirrs iiulesin In vj U cottntlea of the -lati rueia tlnni. pnahiiii: SIMM tltlee of the hlat 1 lavs Ri 'J Senator I hahnon inllieilni-- the I'meat 1 ,h If It nil (laiue 'ciiuiiiimiiiii 10 pr ilulut (no tulinj 1 f li-li 1 ij from any Inlaml at rn 01 the St itt. upon the ippli n J cation oi tin timn hi ard or the town within wli.i h gim aurh waters tua Imi lo.-ati d. fj.l Mr. Dellrasr a, dclariu null and veil all fian i, I1 chlaia for the 1 en-trurlien ,f Ku ileitrn unifiie i(i railroad en Hmeu aiune In lireekbn In r uiih 'j laada bi thalixal a.iitlioittiia, iinixa wmL iiihiii tlm ; V tame shall have been completed itluu one jeir i from tho paaaaiie of the lull Hi I Health Committee was t.,.,hj tepoiicd tavur- 3 ( ably by tlio 1'ubllo Health Committee of the 1 I Senate, with amondnionta. and It vvnr, teferred 141' I totheCoiniulltee of the Whole of the Senile "jilfl The amendments made to the bill provide that fiSIll malt produetHi ced be-toteil hut twenty dam JS'J after brew Inif. Instead of two mouths, ,( 1 it yldedllittie s-einliy bill, uti.l ndds ii-p to ih,. I ill InurcdientB which may lie used In tin inii- lj factureof beers, ales and portets 1 SIS W hen adjoiirntiient was t iken 111 both Iioii-i s X ot tho I.eBlBlnlureto.dny it was until to-mm J i'Ti ?w mornlnc. In oriler that an extra lecislntlvn I gij, "lay may bo ealnod nnd the clcmlne week of tlio U&& teKlelaluro expedited This wilt be thullrst tvaf BaturUar aesuioa of the year. 'urv KWHHBHBMMMBMjaaaa2anaggu ma wives ron jiam: books. An Kdlllon of "The Complent Antler" Itrlnsa S'f.Httl nt the Cox Library Bade. Tho snlo'cf (lis late Henry C, Cox'a library collection nttrnctcd a crowd of onthuslnstlc collectors to the auction rooms of DaDKR & Co , nt 111 and fit fifth avenue, on the'three days of tlio enln this week, and many ram volumes wero Hold at dually rars prices. Spirited bid ding characterized the entire salo. Tho eem of tho collection, Walton nnd CottonVi "Corn Iile.it Anuler." was Hold to Chnrlas Scrlbner'n Sons for J'.'.STO, tho lilshost pi Ice paid for a book nt any sale this season 1'lrst dltlons ot Thackoray and Dickens iirouisht Kood prices, and n set of tho "I.ettrcs do Mndamo de He Ikiio" sold for$:t."0. Amom; tho other notable t.a'ce were An ettrn lllustialod copy of l!owoll'(i "Memolte ot Samuel .folipson," edited by I. W'. Croker. In elv volumes, bound In dark blue levant mo rocco by liMoroif-ondon. lStVO , sold for$1'itl; the "Hubalvnt of Omar Khayyam, tho Astron omer Poet of Persln, rendered Into Pnu'llsh" verso by lMward I'lt7Korald." one of tho first IfiO pnplea, brotiEht Jl.'H: Wnshlnaton Irtlnir's "A lllstotv of New Jorkfrotn the Ileitliinlnu of the World, by Dledrlch Knlckei booker." with ittipublished corrections nnd Illustra tions hv (1. II. llonuliton mid Howard Pvl. beluc one nf I TTi copies, sold for !(): Charles I.nmb's "Tales from Slnkespeare." u first edl tlon.lwlth Plates by Wllllim lllnke. after de bIuus by Mulrendv. In two voluraos by Pratt (London, IS1IT1. biounht $'14: the Abb5 Prc vost s "llistorv of Minion l.es'atit," vvlth.a preface by (luv de Mnunns-aut. nnd llluetrated bv 1 enolr. sold for :i." lit tins droller CI Jb publications tlio best prl"o; obtained was for "The Decree ot the Stat Chamber Coneernlnu Prlntlnir. Mado .Inlv II. PI 17." tlm llrst and raret! ofj these publications, and one of loll conies printed octavo Th liook Lroniflit Sl.VJ. '1 tie Thackeray lltst odltlons vere all beau tifully bound In levant morocco In various colors. Tho hlL'he-t-prleed lots wero1 "The Paris Sketch Hook," with numerous deslt'tis iv the tiuthot. JiHI. "Tales and Sketches.' $41: "The .Irish Sketch Hook.1 7H; "llenrv Ks niond," JIki, auJ "fhe Newcomes." 50(1 Other works of the author hrouelit prices little be low these The entire lot netted 0tJ!l. The Dickens llrst editions were nlson fea ture of the sale. "Dombey and Son" brought :;s, "David Coppetlleld."?'Jl : "IIlnk House." S'JI. nnd "A TalooCf TwoICitles. S'JO. A spe cial edition of "dreat l'.xpectatlons." with water color drawings nnd tllil etclilncs hy F. W. Pulelhorii, In font volumes, bound In seal brown levant motocco, sold for Slid. Harriot Heeehor Stowo'n "I nclo Tom'a Cahiti." llrst edition. In two voluraos. sold Tor S'Jil Thomas Campbell. "I.lfo of Mrs. Sid dons" brought J4'-': .lohn lluskln's "Modern Painters, "Tho Stones of Venice" and "Tho Soven I.nmps of n.liltcture." with Illustra tions by the author, were sold for 4ir7.,"(l Many other rare volumes were encerly loiicht in In' dealer and collectors nnd tho sale will lone be remembered anionc book dealeis and lovers. "The Compleat Anslor. ' which broucht tho hlchest mice nt the sale. Is In two volumes, with the original memoirs and notes by Sir Harn MeoH'roval octavo. London, William Pickeritn: IK'IHi, The books are extra lllus (rated ,l h l.TilJ Inserted plates and evtendod to seven volumes, beautifully. bound bv Stlke nriu A Co In crecti crushed morocco. l',ach volume is in a eliumois-llned ease rrvw.s'.s .ia ri-TKi'.sr wau. Nes Orlelius Insilrniif e Aeenrles Will lie Alteitiil Aerv sierlolish. Nfw OriKvss, T.a . nril -1 The passnee bv the Aiknn?.i I.eclslnttue of an Anti-Trust law, which hurts the insurince comp.inlei b:' prohibitlne agreements ns to tates. liasproveil a severe blow to t lie acencics and companies of New Orleans, where the bulk of the Arkan sas Insurance Is placed. 1 ho threat of tho Texan I.ctlsl.vuro to pass a similar la has mused a P.inlcky feelinc her" and the com panies will light back and trv to prevent the passace of the law, or at least cause soma modillcatlon of It New Orleans handles a lars part of the Texas Insurance business. The New Orleans companies and ncen cies have drawn out ot Aikansas binco tlio pass ice of the Anti-Trust law bv that state 'the premiums thev lost will amount to about S'J,"h,(0' a vear If thev have to draw out of Texas the loss will exieed S.MKI.IMH) nnnuallv The .New Orleans In-uranio companies bavo sent lepre-enta-tlvei to Vtirtiii to endeior to convlnie tho 'levns I.ecislaturo of tho follv of extreme nicn-ures It Is asked to amend tho law hv not puttfne't Into operation until IlKii). so that the eomnanies can cet out of the field or nr tance to 1 (inform to tP.e law. Tho bill ns It now stands would drive them out Instantet in a piule. lenvliu; a larce patt ot the pioperty In the -tite unliisiited. Anothct amendment asked is that coin-inics operatlnc In 'lexa ntid I'onformltu: to the law shall 11 vt bo pun ished because tiny havo pooled or formed iiKreomcnts In other States where this Is not nuMlnst the law 'I ho New Oilcans companies have lirouchr all the influence thev can to check this legislation, but the 1 hnuces arc tin favoiable. '1 he poltioti taken by t lie Texas I ctislatum is that the otherstalcs will follow 'le.is and Arkansas on tills antl-ttu-t lecUla Hon J.im.K Hoik. rk.. April 21. -The State Hankeis Convention t i-iUj asked tho (Invern 01 to promise tho insuranco compnnlet to emit nil leu.iltle- monlntr out of violations of the Anti-Trust law until tho Supreme Court llnall) passes uisin the law. Ill I I HOGS TO A IIIIKVS .tin. When Ills Xlillni l'ollnviril III111 Into n lluvveiy .saloon the Docs Xeio Set On. " lohn Forrest, who was nrreMed on Monday, eh irired with th larceny of $440 from a Swede who lives on Hnrren Island, was renrnlcned before Maclstrate Simnis In the Centre street Poll;o Court ostcrduy. charged with siealintr n diamond pin from Arthur llohr of fISSEast I Ichth street, nl (Hand street nnd tho Howcrv three weeks nco. A pawn ticket for tlio pin was found in Ills possession when ho was ar teste I Mehr said ye-lerdav after identifvlnc For rest as the thief tlm 'vhen the pin was stolen I e and a friend followed the thief Into the sa loon tit Km Itowerv. but as scon ns thev en tered two bullilois were released from behind tlm bar and dtove thorn back into the street. Forrest was held In $1,01X1 ball for trial. 70 isrri.si: the tax i.ahs. Uesoliitlon rrovlilliu; for 11 .lolut Commit tee as .suggested hv the (invrrnor. iium. ' pril 'Jl. Some lime ago Oov. Iloo-evelt fent a special messace to thell.ecis laturo recommending that a joint legislative committee ho npixnntcd to tevlae tho State tnx laws, ostieelalh thos,o governing the taxa tion of corporate franchises, and report a re vision of the tnx laws to the next I egislatnro. The message in the Senate was rcforrred to tho Taxation Committee That committee to-dnv reported a joint resolution which will be considered on Mondnv night, ntnvidlnc for 11 joint committee, consisting of three mem hers of the Senate, to be nppolntsd hy the President thereof, four mem hers ot the As. seinblv. XI bo appointed bv the Speaker there in, with mil powernnd authority toslt at such placer. 111 the state as thev may appoint, dur ing tho remainder of the tear, fot the purpose ot examining and considering the MibjeU of the taxation of property within the State and nil the ways and means of deriving tho reve nue leimlied to tmv the expenbos of the State and of the bovct il civil divisions thereof Claims Against the stale llejeited. ' Aliusv, April 'Jl -The Court of Claims has njicted the claim binught against the Stale by Cail Horowskl of Tonawanda. This was a te-t case, a bundled or moio claims ot tho mine untitle having been lllcd. the aggtcgatu damages sued for being bitvvi en f.ili.idMland M ,(Ki(i 'I he damages wero i uu-eij hy nil ovcillovv of Tonnvvnnila creek, which s really a putt of the Lrlo Canal, linn time the lands nf el ilmunts In Tonnwnuiln '1 he owners nllcced that lln Stnte v as negligent, In that It had caused the vvatet to bo unnecessarily backed 1111 in the cteck This the Attorney General denied, and -how ed that the overflow was the outcome or an extraordinary Hood resulting ftoiu nutuial causes. Hills Signed liy the (iovi-inor. At ham. April 21. Oov lloosevelt ha-signed the 'oll.uving bills XIr I'a'luwa's pmvidingthnthititlktiiiiri.lii.onn hen nu 1 r ipirtv Inhl bv g i.t-when the) have ie. ii'ivnl 11 due that tin. a hub lint njt Uen paid lor by tlm guilds Mr Pots leh aaltutoC.ia.il a u Daily tho Hlalc's title 1 11 ertain I irii'a it Ulip siiftolk count) Si iiator llnivvn , aiithorlring the Ceinplrnlli-r and tin Preniduitnt thestat 1 Hunt of I'hantit a, eeih Jit-lloiln apprmal of Ihttlt Ktrnor, to clatnti) tint salanet ami vtagea of the emploviiM nf 1 haritahlo and refnrmatort Inmi.itii n t introlltn b) the Matt, and re iiiirunt all Mate depart meiita, hnrcaua mid iiitiiiitmii4 to tniii into the stati Treamry onco eai h ninlitli tin reeii 1 dp led Vlr nnulnrtr- aniemlmg the lin ater New York lititi I iv Pilling mtaiii teirltorr thrrctruiu u 11 1 nilli t uk it tt the ton 11 nt llenij atta I, llet Illicit the Mission to I'rraln, W'akiiinoton, April 21. -It was nnnounced to-dii) that ex-dov. 1Drd of Oregon had ofll chdly dcllued the position of MlBlahir to l'r- DOLL GAINS TWO POINTS. nn may mm: nonsuit ck on in a T.AXUAV OX THE SVKKDUAY niiyclei, However, Arc liar red by the le rlilon ot .Itiatlrn tillderaleeve-Sllja the Tnrk Department i:cerded Its Authority. Tho Speedway tins been thrown open to pnupstrlntis and landaus, but kept closed to bluiellsts by n decision of Justice (llldcrsleevo of tho Supremo Court rendered jestordayln tho action brought by William F Doll against tho police authorities nnd tho Fnrk Depart ment, Doll had tried to ride on 1 ton horse back, on a blciclc, and In n Inndnu, but was re strained, The decision of .tustlco (llldcr sleevo gives hlmnn Injunction preventing In terference with him In riding horseback or In a landau on the drive Tho Park Depart ment may limit tho bouts for horsoback rldlne nnd for landaus. Tho Jttdgo says the driveway wns laid out under the law of IHl)!), which does not speak of n speedway, nor is there anything In the net In timating tho drlvo was for the speeding of horses Tlio law was amended In lSIUbynu act which says that the driveway shall not bo used for any other purposo than "the riding bv cquostrlans nnd driving of cnrrlagcs " It ex cludes speclllcally nil trucks enrfs and vehicles of all kinds for tho tiaiisportntion of merchan dise or freight of any description,!!, well as nil btteet nnd other railvvavs Tho act ndds: "In addition to the tcstrictloti heroin con tallied, the Department of Public Parks may make such other rules and tegitlatlons as It mny deem advisable fortheuseof htild drive way, and ns to tho speed of Hdets anddriveis tlioteon. and as to tho exclusion theicftom ot hiiv kind of vehicles tlioiibeof which mny In jure said driveway ot render tho same unlit or Inconvoulont for tho pttrposus thetoof ' "Tho Park Dcpxt Intent." continues the Judge, "adopted u ic-olullon restricting tho usoof snld driveway to light vehicles of the olass known ns buggies, runabouts, surrovs nnd othet like xchlcks nduptod to tin-speeding of light-harness horses, seating not mora than four porsons and drawn by one 01 two noise, eicept that until the hour of 1 P JL the uso of light road carts was permitted." The Judge sas further: "Tho Department of Public Parks appears to have acted on the theory that tho acts of IHH't nnd IBM authorized the creation of a Bpeed way or place for racing hoi so, whereas tho object and putpose of the said driveway, so fur as can be judged from the wording of the nets, seem to be to provido a suitable road for 'tho riding by equestrians mid the driving of onrrlageB ' While tho Pink Depiitment Is glv Ing a wide discretionary power to exclude 'any kind of vehicles, the 11-e of which mav In jure said driveway, or render the same unlit or Inconvenient for the purposes theieof.' still, it does not appear that It baa the power to exclude 'riding by eiiucsttlans,' which seems to be 0110 of the vetv objects and purposes eonteinphted by the net authorising tlio eonstiuetloji of the drive way It Is true that tho Park Department mnr 'make mien other rules and regulations as it may deem advls ible for tho use of said drive way, Hildas to the speed of ridersnnd drlvets thereon,' but the ilepattmetit mnnot make rules that would defeat the object and purpo-e of the drlvewav If, as I hnve already inti mated, the Legislature intended to h.rvc this driveway set apart solely for speeding or lac ing horses.lt should have tn.ido its putpo-o appaient In tlm net In iiuestlon. ' It poems to me that the Park Depiitiuciit ex ceeds Its nuthoiit) In prohibiting the 11-e of said drlvewny to tin? plaintltTon horseback "As to the question of the Inndnu, Police ( nptaln Klrchner gnveevldi nee to the effect that such heavy vehicles as lindaus would he an obstruction to fast driving, and thus unsuit able for use on the drlvewHV. Hut. as we Imo -een, there Is nothing to justifv the assump tion that til" drivewii) was intended for fist driving, to tho exclusion otothei driving or ihllliir. " ' Theie Is no ev lib lice 111 this (a-etishow that the 11-e of the landau Is cal culated to Injure the drlvewny. or render It unlit or inconvenient for the purio-es thereof. The defendants had plenty of opportunlt) to present such evidence, if, indeed, thev had nnv to present I do not think that the testlmonv sutllclently establishes defendants' claim thtit if was within the exercise of a wise discretion bv the Park Depattiiieut to exclude tho plain tiff's landau from the diivewnj ' '1 he Judge sivsthit thoe stitnt do not mention bievcles 'I he department Ins de cided that biocles lire unlit or Inconvenient lor the uses of the drivenav, or mav injure the drlvewav Continuing, he snld: "s to whet her or not this decision Is well founded thcte Is some conflict of evidence, hut then-Is some evidence to uphold the conclu sion of the dcp'irtmonr " While the acts of 1KIU and Is-'U do not speelfv blcjcles among the vehicles excluded from thednvc wnv, still I am Inclined to the opinion th it the Piovlslons with respect tnthe iowers ot exclu sion, conferred upon the Park Depirtment. liken In connection with the purposes ot the dmewny. have theclfectof taking thisdrlve vvav out of the operation nf the general stntittn of IK hi. forbldnlng the exclusion of bioyclis from public drlvew aj s ' " "The plaintiff also claims -f.'Sui) n damages , but I do not think he has shown himself en titled to recover nnv jiecitiilnn damages In this action The plaintiff mav have judgment let-training thn defendants from preventing him from ruling on hor-ehnck or driving in a landau on slid drlvewav, during such reason able hours as tlm Park Honprmay llx. hut In all other respects the complaint Is dismissed Nn costs to either party " The motion ot Fiank Moss. In behalf nf Doll, for a prellmlmry Injunction in tho ensowas denied by the same Judge, fKA ItKH HA I'd II THIS S Jl iTF, Scpnrnted from Wife nnd Children, John I'rleherg Kills Himself. John Friehorg. 41 years old. committjd sui cide on Thursday night by inhaling gns through a riiabei lube In his tailor's shop at 'Jti Itoerum place. Prookls u. Doemstlc trouble led to the act. For some llmo Frleberg had been separated from his nlfe. who has been living with their two laughters, Sicgtld, aged 12 years, and Agnes, h vears old, at 44 Smith street. It was tho parting from tho children hat the fatlur took especially to hcirt. Along Mde of him in the bed were photographs of the children nnd on the floor photographs of his wlfo and tier brother torn up. Frieherg mailed this note to his sister, Mrs. Bertha Paimlland. on Thursday night. "Hl.noKl.T.v. April 20. lwni. "Mv Dfar Sistfii llKmuv: I nui no morn when this renches you, I could stand all troub'ea but one. nnd that Is being robbod of the lovo nnd affections of thobe two lumxent li'tl girls. Agnes and Siegrid I see that they grow eolderand colder avory week, especially slegrld Hut. nlns! How could It he otlior wlsof Thev certolnly never heor a good word about me and It would onlv be n few n-ars aim they only bate me. Therefore I have nothing to live for nnd will end It, I havo left Instruc tions In tho eatii for jon to get "51.000 nnd trust vou will give up tho Interest. I Inclose ke8 for back hall door and safe, but take 11 wltnt-tis with 1011 when vou come. I would wrl e to Pehterson nnd llanna, but am getting nervous I'lta-e glvothem mv last greeting nnd kiss Agnes and her sister fo- me. Uood by lout brother. John Fiitnirr.o." The suicide formerlv had a proeiierous tailor ing establishnient at :US llroadway, -Man-liattin The OKI Lnlt Pioperty Mild. A tract of sixty notes, with 4,500 feel nlong Oerritson's Crook, In the Flntlnnds section of llrooklvn, was purchased ftom the old I.ott estato vesterdny liy a syndicate of P.rooklwi capitalists for $l,n,r()an acre. The propetty.of which tho water frontage Is considered very valuable, runs from Avenue IT to the inlet and back along both shies of vunnnF ami to old 1 olts lane, now Fust Thirty-eighth street For ovet 2.1(1 jeats the laud has been thn holdings of the Iiott family, ami this is tho llrst time, ac cording to the deeds, beginning with the patent from the Indians, that any outsider has come Into possession The pioperty will at once bo divided into building lots. To do Ith (ion, Wheeler to the Philippine!. Moiiiip. Ala, April 21.-Loonard Wilson, a voting Fngllsht.inn, who was military secre tary and volunteer aide-de-camp to (ien. Wheelei during the C11l.au campaign, has te oeiv nl not mention In this eltv th it thoiavaliy lender again reuulrns his services. Hefore leaving for Washington to-night Mr Wilson said that his sei vices would bsngalu teiiulreil as Held secietarr to lieu, W'heulet. and that his ultlmalo destination would bo tlm Philippines Tho young Fngllshman was with Stanley In Africa, nnd wns a stenographer nt the International Monetary Conleruuce in llrussols. Mra, "Norn Jeffries Held for Cnrrlt Ide, Mis Norn Jeffries, who Is alleged to hive klllod her father, Thonns H.inunn. with nn nxe at their home, 2."it4 Athuiio avenue, llrooklvn, n wpek or so ago, was yestprday held to avv alt the action of tho llrand Jury by Magistrate Worth of the (.ntcs Avenue Court. T no woman protests her. Innocence, nnd tho testimony against her is all circumstautial.no . one hav nu vt messed tlio assault, """""' uu nu. nmaas'H onnrxATiox. I.'plscopnllnni Do Not I-ook with Favor Upon Ills i:ietntlou to (lie rrleithood. The Key. Dr. Charles A. Ilrlens will be or dained to tho Protestant l'.plscopal priesthood IriHt. 1'eter'a Church. West Chester, on May 14. Dr. Dried expects to sail (or Fnrope on May IH. The Itev Charles H. Snedeker. one of the assistants nt St. Ilartliolomew's. will bo ad vanced at tho same time. He was formorlr pnutor of Trinity Methodist Church. Now burg, and n mombcr ot tho New ork Metho dist Conference. Ho was orderedldoneon with tho ller.'Dr, llrlggs In Oiacc Chutch last yoar. It was said yesterday that ll'shop Doano of Albany had been Invited to assist Illshon Pot ter In tho laving on r f hands. Many Fplscopn liansdo not take kindly to the Idea of olcint ing Dr. Ilrlggs to tho priesthood of tholr chuich.A prominent HlghChuichman In Now lnrk said sesterdav. . . . This Htlggs IncldPtitls to be deplored. Our communion Is n broad one, ns eomiiarod with some othors, but It Is not broad enough to tako In people who talk and write what Prof, Ilrlggs talks am) writes. Moreover, our net In tie centlng him is discourteous to the Presby terian body. 1 do not unite with Proshvterlan views, but I dislike to see discourtesy offoieil to so larso and respectable n body as Ameri can Prosbytcrlans. 1 fall to see how wo could do other than reeolvo him. Probably hat Is the blmplest way out of It Hut It Is to bo re gretted that ho applied for orders In our Church." A leading low churchman, rector of n Man hattan parish, said. "There Is u general regret In our Chun-h that these malcontents In other religious bodies come to us, I do notTiefor totsech men as tho lie.-. Mr. "-nedokeror the I lev. Dr. Mellvnlne. but I do tcfer to Prof. Driest und the llov. Dr. Shields. Our Church Is broad In the sense lure Indicated, very broad, and wo cannot do other wise than receive people whoapplv I think Hlshop Potter has shown wisdom In making as little ceremony nbout the matter as nossl ble. W lint he thinks about the matter I do not know Hut I do know that thero Unfeeling throughout our Church that went a religious body are not strengthened, spiritually or nuy other wa), by the accessions." I'l.AX TO .VAlt THE I'lllK. Opposition to the Suggestion to Krhlilltl There the Old Aeiidemy of Design. Tho proposition to rebuild tlio old Academy of De-lgn, which Is to be torn down soon. In one of tho pirks of tho city, is not meeting with any great amount of favor. Just why tho building should bo placed in .1 park is not made clear, und tho scheme does not Hud favor with tlio ofllclals of the Park Department in tliiH horough. Willis Holly. Scctetary of tho 1'ark lloiul, slid jesterdav that. In his opinion, tlm teinoval of the Academy to Central Park would not lie permitted in nny ovpnt President Clausen Is also said to be opposed to the scheme It was only ves. terdny that Mavor Van W'vok spoke against thedisllgiireiiient of the parks by the election ol additional buildings when nu effoit wns made lo Induce the Hoard of Fstliuntotoappio printo money ror the consttuctlon of sterilized milk booths. 'I he park olllclals of Manhattan seem to think thai there ate now enough nf buildings In Outial Park, and that neither convenience nor neces-ltv reiiuire-any more. Speaking about tho matter vcsteid.D.a man who has watched the development ol thoturk system In the old city of New ork with keen Intere-t said "The opinion held hy many persons otlier-xvl-e well Informed that the purks are th proper places In vvhiili to erect public build ings, open-air gimiuislums, exposition halls nnd bnd slntuiry, Is fast dlsnppcnring, but the light to dislodge It has been 11 stubborn one If It were not for the unfaltering opposition of the decent new -pi pels of the et) Central Park would to-tlaf be a hideous nightmare Instead of the beautiful place of recreation tint It Is Tho nssnults on its opeuspaeesand established scenic line- have been tctrlllc. and the only wonder Is that it came out of tho struggle so well. Hut the war is not ovet yet F.veiynnvv nnd then some new scheme for the Patk's ills, llgiiremeutciops up It seenistomothnteternal xlgllancp Is tlm price of n truly beautiful park 'Let well enough nlnno' should be the motto of every Pink Commissioner appointed b tho Major ' Tlnre Xloie lirti) lei Inn I hiirihcs to Con solidate. Soother Pie-bvterlan Church consolidation, below Twcnt-third sttect, Isundcrdlacusslon Tho three churches ami chapels concerned nte the Spring Street, the AlexnnilerChnpellnKIng street nnd tho Iletlileheni Chapel In llleecker street llev Dr.A W' Hal-ev-.tiastorofthoSprlng Street Church, ha- linen elected sicrelntv of the Preshvterian lioinlof 1 orelgn Missions. The Alexander ( Impel Is undoi the care of the Filth xvciiue Pre-bterlnn CI11111I1. but It is understood tint tint church will make no) ohjcttlon to parting with It if liy i-o doing! Presbjterlnnlsui below Twentv-thlrd street can bt strengthened The pa-tor Is the ltev Hi 111 X- Prlteh.ini llethlehoui Chapel In llleeck er street was once a duelling of a well-to-do family. The pastor Is the llov Herbert Foul '1 he plan now contemplated Is to sell all three properties, -elei t n et-ntinl downtown location and erect a new 1 hureh Cop Hurt leaning Loaded ltevolver. Policeman Willi 1111 J Meehan of the Fast 'IMrtv -fifth stteet station, whllo cleaning his n Tolver nt home jesteiday, accidentally dis charged the weapon The bullet struck him In tho left leg above the knee, inlliitlng a severe wound An ambulance surgeon from the J. Hood Weight Hospital attended him nt home Threc-V cur-Old Drinks Carbolic Acid. Pitet Skinner, the three-year-old child ot David L. Skinner, a track master on the ele vated railroad, drank tho pontontsof a bottle of carbolic acid In tho Sklnnor rooms nt 227 West Slxtj-seeond stteet yesterdliy and died two hours later In Iloosevolt Hospital His mother had boon using the stud in licr hou-o-holt) duties and the 1 hlld found it Wngca 011 Sugar rlnntiitlnui Itodurcil. Nkw tini.nNs. La , April 21 tti meeting nf tho sugar planters In Iberville parish It has been decided to liduce the wages of laborers on plantations this coming sen-on 1.1 percent, Tho reduction Is made In eonsciiueiiceof the xi-ty bad condition of the cane due to tint blizzard nnd freezeof Fell. 1,1, nnil the fact Hint tho sugar crop will bo short this scui tluough out the State. TI101111M 0. Senhroolio Divorced. Mt I'.lvla Croix Seabrooke obtained a. de cree of absolute divorce against Thomas Q. Seabtooke. the actor, from Justico Stover of the Supremo Court esteida on the teporf of t hat let Douoliuo as referee All the pipers In the ease excepting tho decree were scaled by order of tho Court Nnv nl nnd XI Hilary Ordri's Annual Xleetlng. Tlio first annua! meeting of tho Naval and Military Order ot tho Spanish-American War was held last night. All tho officers of th" otganlratlou were reelected except Hear Admit.il John W Philip, Senloi Vleo.f om nium lei, who h is icslgncil on account of his du ties nt the mv) laid ('apt. 11 (' Tavloi vvas elected to the olllco. Hoggin viitli SloO In III- I'mUel. fiitstavo l'ctorson, i Hovvery lodger. 7S )ears old, asked an alms from Policeman Cutnmlsky vestetilay und vvas arrested When searched in the orkvllpPollco Coiut 111 in bills and y.i, Ml In silver nnd pennies wero found in hit pockets. Mnglstrato Crane committed him to tho workhouse forthreu months. rim Weill hei. Maw, thrratrniugand coolei weather prevailed In this aeitiou vatteidii, inusi I by an ana of high pn-mirc In the hi. Lawn in i Vallf). There was ilouily and rain) wtathtr In tin- Mlai.alpp ami Arkauxia vallejs from thndillf to Xliitm nota. tint raltifill lniiiL' Unlit, but iuinaalng in Louisiana, where th. ilcprfs-ioii was developing into it atorm reutie. 1 air weather prevailed in all other scctloni of the cQiiutiy. It wan roldi r In the rentroef Ihe country west of tlio Mitalfcalppi, frcezlt-g temperatures again ap pt arfng In the Dakota, Nuhraakn, Kanaas, Colorado, XVynuiiugand weati ru lovva. Tlio froat hue etriuk Into lieillicruTciai. In this ill) tlm ila waa rloudv and generally inoli-i. ave-a.-e huiniilli), 77 penent . wind aouih t istirl) audi it avrraui-veloi.lt) is miles an hour; hiroiuetrr, 1 orrci led In rea 1 to aea leTel, at H . M, .10 1I, . I- VI .10 1 1. 'Iln tempi riture as reinrded by the ollnml (her iiiometrr and aim by Til I Mrs's tharniomi tei nl tho ulrn't lovtl is shown in the uuncinl table. , j7'ci'if V I , Official ,fu. Jvj Jviv. ;i.l io imi. i$4j IIV.M.a-' ltJ r.1'1 HP VI.4U m r3' 12 M .r.i r.o niij up. m 44 r,-." as .11'. ll.Bl" f,JJ C.VlSMid..4J .-.0 47 wauioios lonriAsr xm htltuiav. ur.Xeie Knsltnd ami taittrtXtm Vork., air, Jrtl fatt'rtil ulutii itroba'ttu rii'lt lu Sunitav, 1 or 1 afcti 111 lt nu-) Ivanii Now Jrrey, tho Dli Irnt of Columbia, Ihlanaie. an I xtiiDlind, fair, hrlnkriiM.il) wiinl- piohahl) mm hutido 1'nrweatern rennajlvanla imreaalnj rlondineaa, with rain.audioohrb) night. freah northeast winda! For western hew l'ork, lucreaalng cloudjneu, fresb Dortattat w1ad, vrohably rain Sunday, j Live Well! 1 y Breakfast, lunch and dine on w I Uneeda 6 I Biscuit " I w Sold everywhere in cent w air tight, moisture, proof H packages only. M L - The best Soda Biscuit ever baked. JJ-J ants, b kokgics defexceYx . II EH h'OltMKU tlVSIlA'tit .1 WITXESS l. IIEIl MM A 1. 1 An Attempt to Prove- n C'otiipti-lc AHht for Her Mr. I.eorge lentllles 'lh.it They I.lvrd lltippllv Together Cp to the 'llmo Snxton Xlet Mm V ir, Itthiittnl To-liny. Cavtov. (1. pril Jl. "ntnplo C. Oeorge. now the husband of another woman than his first wife and living in Alliance with t!-e two bovs born of Jthe llrst marriage, was t lie last witness, called In defencoof JIrs Anna V. (Icorge. Ids llrst wife, on trial for tho murder of George 1) Haxton. His testimony followed n vigorous attack on Mrs. rcktoatc. tho woman who tostillsd that she recognbod JIrs George in tho act of filing tvva shots Into H.ixton's body, and nu effort to piovo nn alibi for JIrs George. Mr George's testlmonjmcreh re cited tint he nnd his first wifo lived hnpnll) until they met Kaxton. As to the alibi. I lie Stnte is prepiring to turn It to good account, nnd the surveyor Is out to-night making n sui vev of tho points involved, which, with othei evidence to be used In rebuttal to-morrow, will be represented by the Slate as show Inc that Mrs. George, bv lior own witness, wns within four blocks of where the revolvor Inttoduced wns found. In twenty minutes 01 a llttlo more, after tho shooting. It has altcadv been proved by witnesses that Mrs. George vvus er neat the scene at or near (I o'clock The prepon derance of testimony Is that tho shooting oc- 1 currednt (I 10. At best thoro Is n margin ot less than ten minutes In the alibi, but the at torney for Mrs. Oeorge seem pleased with it. Joseph Kckroato vvas put on tlio stand by tho defence !o testify In regard to Ids w ife's use of morphine. He couldn't swear as to what she took, but It was n white povvdor, which made her drowsy und Irritable. She had been using this powder for about twelve veatfi. He caKI that her condition had been growing worso of late years and that her memory is not as good ns it used to be. On cross-examination he said that the present JIrs. Kckroute Is his second wile and that they havo been married twenty ears. A question ns to whether there had not been a great deal of domestic trouble be tween them was excluded Prugght 1'.. -f. Slabach. l'red P Khannfelt of Cantonnnd AlexanderOnrvei of .Navarre.where the Kckroates foimerly lived, testified to hav Ing sold Mrs. l'.clcroato morphlno In various nunntltlos from an elgh h ot an ottneo down to 10 cents' worth. Harry T'.. Tn!or. a pnssengot brnkemnn on the Tort Wnvno ltallroad. testified that on the morning of March -M. 180(1. Mrs. Gcotgo boarded the train leaving Canton nt 'J :H A M. nnd went to Allegheny He talked with her at various times during that trip. On the same train ho saw a man iv bom he Identified as Sax ton from a photograph that was shown to him. The reason he had noticed tho man uspeonllv was because while ho. thu witness, was talk ing with Mis George the mnn watched him closely. Ills wife. Mrs. Jessie Ta lor. testified that sho is a full coupin of Mis. George, nnd that In the srrlng or 1MKJ Mis. George had vis ited her In Allegheny. Miss r.ftlo Dnrr testified to having left tho fcnuaro at 5 ( C o'clock ou the ev onlug of Saxton's dentil nnd to walking south on Market street, where, nearly 11 mile below, nt 11 time which she oitlmnted ntrn-O.sliopasseiUJIrs. George com ing north. Tho point ot passing wis not for from tho home of Mrs Undemiin, who testi fied that JIrs. George was with her until Dt.'IO o'clock on the dny of Saxton's death. Mrs. Uleii Fink, who lives across tho vnlley Ilallroad track from JIrs. I.lndomnn, tsstllled that during the afternoon she had seen JIrs George in tho I.Iudeman vnrd, and that In the evening she saw -Mrs. George In front of tho I.indemnn house. Hint placed this hour at fulli). Hhe also snld that tho I.indemnn nid vvnaovorgrown wlthhpanlsh needles and burrs. JIrs Sarah I'luefrock. her husband, Goorge, nnd Henry Ketteiing testified that between IhsHund Iti'fJtliey had been tenants on Sax ton's farm, tenor flftoen miles sou'h of the city, and that dm Ing t hat time kaxton and Air (icorge came to the fnrm a number of times, JIrs Alice Jlanilebnuuh testified tollvlugacross tho stieet from tho entrance of the Saxton block nnil to hnvlng seen JIrs, Althousa enter he Saxtnn hlok several times during the jour Irfisl, und to having fieen them drive out to gether. Horenco II Kllngsr was the alibi witness Hho foimerly roomed with JIrs. l'luley. where Time Well Spent Is Money Earned. A fow minutes spoilt Iookinr ox'orour cxtonsix'o lino of Fabrics for SpritiR YtcnT, will probably save you a fowdol- Illl-s. A Natty Business Suit nf ood iniili'iinl, Atade to Order, 20.00. Its Durability, Cut and Finish will Htiipriso you. 771 Broadway, i4S'i47 Bowery. Mrs. Georeo lived for ti time, nnd boonnin a fnond of JIrs Gcotgo nt that time. Afterthat he kept house herself In sovoral places In the city ami testified thnt she made a living nurs ing, bho want vvitli JIrs. George the night Saxlon's wusto paper wns carried nwav. and helped patch up tho letters from JIrs. Goorge 10 Saxton which wero among the scraps. Thsso letters weio excluded, ns was also the testimony that JIrs Georcc. while living at the 1 Inlev borne, was making preparations to go to housekeeping. On tho latter question tho Court held thai thoro wns not sulllclent testlmonv to ptove n promise to mniry. Hho said lint on the night of Haxton's death he rodo pint her on Tuscaiawas stn-ol tit ft .V o'clock and that she went direct to her homo In Marlon street, eight blocks from the suunro, near where sho had pissed Saxton, nnd four blocks from where theicvolvor had hcen found. The latter place, how over. Is not on a direct io-.d She entered her house lust as the clock wns striking (I While getting supper JIrs. Oeorge came In. This was at about ll.'.T). About live minutes later Ira Howonsteln came in. nt il :() o clock. 'I hey talked 11 while and Mrs George anpe ired just ns usual. At (I fi() Mrs Georgo left, saving she was going to Ster ling's law oftlce. where i-he was seen at 7 o'clock. On etoss-uxamlnntlnn it wns disclosed tint JIrs. Ivllnger Is divorced, und court records nbout which she claimed to know nothing wero Introduced to show that one of the mounds for divorce wns Infidelity. 'I he cross iiuestions were no.irlv till In regard to lior as sociates nnd the places she ft euuented. itues tionable resorts generally being mentioned. Ira lIowonteltC(Cst!lled to his arrival nt the Klingler house 011 tholovenlug In question nndltolllndlng JIis George then". Hellxedtho exact hour of his nrrlval nt ili'Jo. Jllchael Ilurke testified that ha formerly lived In Na varro next to the Lekroates: nnd that JIrs. 1'ckroalo used morphine to, execs twelve or fouiteen vonrsago and that It nnd berdtovv bi nnd cios. He told of troubles In the fam ily and of a reonciliotlou ho brought about when the wife left hoiun'on ceountof tho habit. Ills daiiglitet 1 nuta substantiated his testl monv in the main and added seveinl lustancos In which JIrt I'ckroatu hail netuallv attempted violence and the next.'mornliiK knew nothing of It. Ilenjninlnrilctitpi of the oar Hotel told or Saxton's stopping nt that placo with both JIrs. Geoige and Mrs. Althouse. The court icoDrd was then Inttoduced showing tho beginning of a suit against Georgo J). Saxton by Sample C George for damages based on the alleged alienation of his wife's affections and the settlement of that case Sample ( George was called to tho Mand. As his name vvas nnnounced XIr Wcltv sat 011 11 cornet of the counsel table just In front of and with Ids back to JIrs George, completely shutting off her vlow from tho witness box. Sho mado no elfoit to sco the witness, lior face wns pirtly turned from the stnnd and her 'bin rested on her hand, in which n handker chief was held during all the testlmonv. She only looked up once or twice nnd thentownrd the crowd back of tho tnblo. After Jlr. "forgo had said he separated from his wlfo in JHsfii ho was asked 'Trom the tlmo of our tmrrlage to thone cued until the time you met Geoige 1) Sax ton what were our relations with jour wife.' "They wero pleas int nn 1 happy." "How many children wero bom to your mar riage?" "Three " "yne Is dead'" "Is tills lino of them''" pointing to Howard, tho'voungest. "cs, sir. und he Is a cood bo." Jlr. Grant eroso-exnnilned "Vou say our relations were always pleas ant with sour wlfer" "A Iv. ni plensant except for the ordinary trouh'es that come between man nnd wifo." "Didn't sou have quarrels at Hanovcrton?" "So, sir " "You never had nny differences until sho left vou?" "Only such llttlo ones as I told sou of be fore " "Not up till ISKsP" "No. we hnd trouble when we moved .Into the Saxton block." "Voulwent into the Saxton block when?".. "In 187" "nrt had trouble from then on?' "From 11 short time after that," Ti until ISM!)-" es, sit." Hero n document wns read showing a settle ment oefw een Saxton nnd JIr. George. This ended the hearing for the das I HElt OXK IV .10'. (en. I Itliugli Lett's 'Irihnle to t lies Xolllll tt cm of tin- North nnil South, Gen l'lts-hugh I.00 has Issued at Havana tne following on the occasion of tho mustering out of tho volunteers In his command- "The order has been received which moves the last regiment of the Soventh Corps across the sea to bo mustered nut of tho servho of the United States Tho ranks of Its organ!.' 1 tlon are forever broken, i he record made by tho orllcerH nnd men will be fororer pre served Tho pagos of military history of their country will inscribe the deeds of no troops who won n greater reputation for discipline, drill and manlv discharge of duty, soldierly conduct nnd cheerful obedience to nil orders, " I'he President's assurance, had the war with Spain continued, that the Seventh Corps would have been selected to lead the issault upon the Havana Hues proves that tho i-oips possessed the confidence, of the Commnnder-in-chlof of tho army uud navy, a conlldenco shared hy his fellow countrymen, "It Is gratlfi Ing to rov low the career ami te member the hnrmony which existed among the -10,000 soldiers who miBwered the rolleafi nt Tnmpu. Jacksonville Savantuilt nnd Cul a hether it were the volunteers who aftervv ird at vnrlous time) broke ranks and resumed the duties of American citizenship or the tegu latH.'.wlicsc standards mo still using, nnd who nro now tlio advance sentinels or Amorl 111 progtessand ciull.m .11 soIdeiof the Notth and South to I. the sunshine nnd storm of camp together and marched side bs side under one Hag. in one cause, tor one country '"1 heir eorjial support and unv. using kind ness to the corps lonimithder will be grate fully cherished, and though his military ion lection with comrades and soldleis be sevrrd the connection thnt duds him to what con eernft their Iivos. their prosperity und suri-ciu In dava that are to come will novor be broken "May health nnd banplnoss crown their davs. nnd when their thoughts sometlmss wnndor back to Camps Cuba I.lbre, Onward nnd Co lumbia may their hearts beat quicker as they remember they once inarched under the ban nerh of the Seventh Army l orps " llinl Kstiite 1'or Mile -City or ountry ailvcrtlteil In Tur Hi i Implies the slimiest renin In a stlnfai torj riispotsl of ft. No lienor In.tnrtonn nt of Tm Bt'i a rml 1 Mate medium neeit ho re quIrcU tlmu tho Ileal Cataio Hoard of Ilrokcrj. who male una of It aa uew4 a wcUa Q advtlfalou GRAVEYARD DAY IN COURT MA.JOIl OAllHIXEIt STMIES TO uiiii A 1T.W MOIti: HEAH OX.'S" UtIEH. Announces That lit-Intenils to Itun the lilt, tilit Attorney's Olllco lllini If with, out Interference from Nrvvhurgt-r or (.off. Yostordny wnsgravoynrd das In I'art I of tho Court of General Sessions, where .liiilg Newburger Is presiding. Judge Newburger had upon his desk n bouquot ot natural llow ers. Tho courtroom resembled n bouse of mourning. I.nwser Thomas Dlntieau. who. with Stephen J. O'Hare. retucsents the Liquor Dealers' Association of New Wk. nirlved In court carls', as forty exclso cases were on Judgo Xowburger's calendar. Jlr. Dluncaa woio n blnct tlo nnd n solemn expression "John l'leott to tho bar," said Clerk Galla gher solemn!). "Tho defendant Is dead," replied Lawyer Wnnean. glancing at tlio celling. "Aro sou sure the defend int Is dead?" asked Imlgo Xewburgor "Ves." said Lawyer Dlnnean, "I have wit nesses bore to prove it, and I nlso have a death cittlllcato hero ftom the Health Hoard sou ting fortli tho fact tha the lefcndnnt is dead " Twolvo men who had been culled Into tint jury box ns a struck jury bowed tholr bonds nnd looked ns SDlomn as pallbenrors. Judge Newburger leaned over his desk und took sniff of tho llovvcrs bcfoio him ."Antonio JIaiarono." shouted Clerk Galla ghor. ''Ih the defendnnt dead?" Inquired Judge Newburger. ".No," icmarked a lawyer who nppoarcd for tho defendant, "ho Is not dead, but 1 would like .1 little more time In th'- e.iso Jlr Jlarn yeno vva indicted threo senrs ngo. and the suddenness of this call for him to stand Irld hns scarcely aroused him from the peaceful slumber ho Ins been enjoying. Judgo Newburger snld ho would strike the JInin7eno ease otf for the term, notwithstand ing the objections of AsHlstnnt.JJUtrlcl Attor ney Osborne. "John AInlono to tho bar." said Clork Galla gher f-olemnlv. nnd the court officers drew the shades over the windows. shutting out the sun light "011r Honor" satd1,awser Dlnnean. "the defendnnt in this ease hns been dead many months. Not only is this true, but that In d ctment that ycu have upon sour desk was dismissed a long time nzo " Judgu INevv burger plokod up tho Indlitmcnt paper nnd nfter;readlng It over, snld' I wlsh:to bay that this case should not have been Placed upon tide calendar " s the ilnv woro on twenty cases worn strick en from the eulcndar and twentv went to trial. 'I he District Attorney's office didn't got a sin gle conviction, for nluoteen of tho men tried were acquitted and In ono case the jury wni unnble to ngreo on a conviction. JIajor Gardiner wrote a letter to Judge New burger sestordns', robuklnc him for criticis ing the District Attorney's olllco. After giv ing the letter to tho newspnper men. Major Gardinor called them Into his office and snld: I dcslro to stnte that I propose to run this oflko ins self. I tlon't propose that either Judgo Jvovvburger or Recorder Golf shall run It These Judges arc constantly going out of tholr wav to mako romarks from the bench upon subjects nnd matters of which they know ah-olutely nothing, und they explodo their criticisms In matters over which they havo no jurisdiction. It seems to mo that this Is ex. tremely petty It Is more -than petty-It Is ghatly no.. It le melancholy: that Is a morn appropriate word that the columns of the newspapers should be taken up with that stuff, N't ell, I suppose people like to read It." AXOTllF.U T.EPHOSY SCAItlZ, III'. Aillinend Suspects Thnt linns on Their XVny Here Hnve llie Disease. Tho attention of tho; Immigration Bureau has been called by Dr. Albort S. Ashmond ta tlio probability thnt a number of emigrants nrj their way from Finland to this country nre In fected with leprosy. Dr. Ashraead wrote ae follows1 "From 'a reliable private sourco In Helslng fors. linland. I am informed tint tho strict en forcement of the compulsory lepor law of Itu hIii by Dr O l'etori-en, the Govornmout Inspector-General, is causing tho emigration ftom that empire of many lepers and leprous families vvitli 11 consequent Improvement iu statistics. "I inclose a clipping from Tnr Lvf.mmi St's. In which it Is stated that l(l iiuwslnu emigrants from HclslngsforiCiro now In Eng land on their way to this count n It Is mr opinion that every :ono of these emigrants should be mcHt rigidly examined by a coin-l-etent Icnrologlst on their nrrlval nt this porl for evidence of probable leprous infection. Assistant Commissioner lalwnrd F, JIo Sweeny wroto to Washington, giving thosui stance ot Ilr Ashmend's communication, ni I said thnt the Immigration lliireau hero won I take all tho necessary steps to see that no let -ers go; through the Ilnrgo Olllco As to h nbillts of the Jledlcal Department to deti t lepcts, although tlisy mny only bo in the llrst stages of the disease. Jlr. Sb-Sweeny has no doubts The nhsslclans of thnt departmaht belong to the JInrlne Hospital Service, which. Ins spared no pains to become thorough y Informed regnrdlng leprosy ftja'asaaaaraiaaaaaaTa'a'aaaaaaaiaaiaTaHaaaaaatararatiaaa,Ma I If your house and office arc -without telephone service there are 3,000 public sta tions In New York from which you can talk over half the country. But It is a pity not to have at Immediate command a means of communication which Is in such frequent demand for all purposes and Is often of Incalculable value jn emergencies. ! 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