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( ii - 4 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1809. . 1 ' Mil THE FEAST THAT FAILED. .it,! i all the nots ircsr joirv to ; ft 8, jirtiiiinos nr.it it vesteiio tr. it I jl They Kn AMcmblyimiii I'nlrlck Henry , jl m Hoi lie Inrlli'il riictn to llnmitiet nl (he A if ! Opening ' "Is tlntrl, lint They I'miml il I j the Hot) I Linked uud Didn't I Ind Ko lie. i'lj g Win ii the Hun Patrick Henry Idaho. As- , I'lTll pcmblvnlan fn in tlm I'mirth illstrlct. gets (jji buck, to Mlmnylt will behoove, hlmtokcepn ( ' sharp ee out and uciept ho Invitations There 5 lire u number of lilt legislative friends who am ' 'in pining fDi uelmiicpto lnlti' hlmout to illnuor 1 TtW J ami tln'ii lock him Into tlm loom nnd I let lilm Kiiiw llio piper o7 tlii walls Tills unchi Minn wlih on I heir p irt In simply n hankering to get even Mr. llm 1h somu tlmo ng Invite I thi'in ton gi.ind blow-out (.Mer lins to celebrate tlm opening of tin llrighton Heaeh lloti'l, nf which ho Ih manager, and after they liinl tt.ivellcd all llm weirs way down there, tlmonlv blow -out thev (Sot win tho land itM7i. wlik'h. in tlm hoti'l vvati liiuin ehcer f 1 1 1 1 v rcnnrkod, waH Plow Ing out t 'sci shout n. week ago tho As-einblsinen and others among his inlltli'.il friends received ln'ge. elegmtly (tigr.ived Imitations to tho opening lunclii'on on .Meiiioiiilllav Now .in opening Inm limn nicitis oieiilng something else be-ddes ,idlii" boxes, ami when yestor da imo with Its thirst-producing tio.it thn fane, of Mi II iche s lul.tn il friends turned h vlngly tow ml Ililghti u IIpii h His Tlm .uul little Tlm rmlliv hi imIIi'MimI ii orowd of their mllion nt. fn! il wis u i i-e of "brlnir your friends alone' . i iiihlvm in Henry hid a lit t'npnty: sciiihlntnn t olllns collected Botnt lrb'inNof his i - sm mlil mail liavidson got.e few iiiiilns and thevjllniet at tho bridge about noon nnd got a tiolleyeni. On the way clown the. talked of nothing hut thu llneoppii lug fur i huh e I'liiilsnf ThmI and drink tint tlm h i I in their .'nm mini tlm got out Into tie wililsnf liiiDkhn. Ihpii I Itthi Tlm.Sul livui il. piihmI .in iipletite for music .uul i-..mI the Ii uli'i nf ,i l.iinl tint was on the. car to 1 1 1 up "Si in ml the miii " Ve cut ill ih-rehob Mi v t t ij mil I'llghtoti l'i icli llnlel "( bris-I Hid' sill 1,11th' Tim "hi. 1'iis I'nldvs l Him iki'ii lln thing up blown I i tin -i e i i-i!r i f ll ill a I in II l oil in I the n ei k or i .in irt lull i i i'.iiii !T It cull ir ' " I w i.si in ., tl, ii I' i, I h i I Mi. hii in nil Ids inrm. in Mil-' ih-jn mil see-iis engiav lliit" Hilill.lu'l HI ' I ut I io It's gnlng lo be I'll II high stv'o nil flip W.I . ".ih. siul tie I. in I e nl m " Kot orileis tu In I 'I . i an I 1 1 1 no nunc ' In tn i. iuim' of liniq the e ir reached Its distil iii m md fr I'm In' s visltms, hot. huii'.'ir mil en tini-i. in idi) .1 IihpIiiik for .,,,- tn' hoti'l Ssscnili'int in Ileiuy itot there if; ft llif-t. t ii Med ii ilfmr nnd fuiiiid it ilusei i 'jl AsHi'inliljin hi 1 "Hi 's iiil the iihei hide '-ft Willi .1 like I. suit I he MilllMllls tnck , w! Icil Ih windows i i ni use; thu ! !j Viiiirhttiii ll.a h KM win locked. Inrrcd. ;',! lolled pmlliii ke I. iinclioied ami uilliil I Si ilvwn. fiiitlimuniio, It was unaided ' , 1 SBS two wntilimcn with cluhs. who Imim dlatcly I .Hki mule fu' thi put 1 mi lice Sulllnn o . if.' jililiii'd thn thpj hi I hpeii liixll'd to .1 i Sit' - ' blow-out h Mr Hi he Jim wnti lunon farat 'dlld tint Mi lln'he w isii t around further i rtJlir olunteerlni; th Inform itlon cited ihQie, is yfij tntiie wind Msiithe) Mid tint thn hotel wis j jji, I clnsed '1 his lii'ini.- oliNinualy Inpontrmertiblc, Ii Bt ,llfl huiuu in I thiistv tripllprs Iniiiilred IjfSI feronliuis when' they could tlnd Mr floi'lie. '"SE The wniehmnn couldii t till '1 he hand chiiim J J' mint this jiiupluu1 and m ulo music without trill 3 the ii 1 if its instruments j . "W'r'io all nold." slid hlc Tim SulliMn SSfJ! "-IMI it iso nnr and lure I itslmiuons to do Vr ( tliliiKi. to I'addj Iiuclio ", , , , l' I s they turned from tha hotel thoy noticed Y Bouie drnonlni; flcures seated by the s id sea iCffl w.Inoh. The IliturcB pniml to bo thooeof a , )J S " cut uf polltlejuinwlio hid come dtmn on nn ; ' artlif Mr IllK Tlm nppronched the nearest ! T 1 and .iski J him c'.S " lint dltl ) ou comedown here for''' ."u " To tench thne mulls tu ll)."iuiswerpd the j.Sij man "lildnt think 1 cime to nee ruddy JSl JUxilie, ilidDu' s., got, abottleof beerlu ; la J any of your pot kets?" jl in jj The rest of tlm hiilllian party camo un and 8 If I expressed btoodtiyrety lntontlonsof uoiuu-af- I Ij iS tei Iloclin , i i j 1 "lion't." nil feed the eirly comer sully ft ' i "There's a mini c online iiound by mil In tu 'I If i hhuw us tliruUKli tho kitchen and let us miicII j it S the fresh paint ' Vimfl a '!ut ""' AK'c-mlily pirt kupsshI thoy "ie wouldn't wait 'I he went oei anil Mtlated i Wi't-E 1 themseheh on the hiimhlo but ofTctie frank- .UBtH" furter, washed down with plenty ot beer After 'I Ry that they scan In d l miey Island, but they ' H I dltln't Mini the lion ) itrhk Henry Itoehe. ,'US Itlssilil tint the n isou hi blow-nut didn't 4 "'Ij 9 rnatf rlalle Is tht thu hotel won't be handed Iff 8 o er to hl manaciiuent until next week. It Is Sm alto said th it he Is in hidlnir hen heconies 6 out it will ti up to him. not so much to exnlatn H J as to bin larttPinmntltl'MOf tluldsasexplatloii. ft "J Minutlrne the Sulllvans nre twanxlns their SIS jewsharps totho melod of "There 11 Comoa in Ij 1 ime Some rinv " i f i 1 ho hotel will bo oppni A In June as usual. ! HP)! I ","" ",)''''Tt',t HK VKItM KI'ROPIX Sw lie l'utocUi'ft the I. ute Kx-(!iv. Flower ' 5!flH (i Itrlchton lleiuli'a I'uture. 3Sj! I'resldent ( llnton I, llosslter of the Hrooklin a j Bapld Transit ( oini my returned from Kurone. i"lr8l yeHsOrday in the halser Wilhelm tier Orosse. (3 5 nftet an nbsoncti of not qulto a month II" wis iAjtl met ih m n tlm bay by iom of his fal- "111 1 low rillr n I directors In i speelil tmr Mr. ,it llosslter was much shocked in I onduii when 1 if ill he heird of i)-(iov I lower's deith. Ilespoko ( li'll 1 yestennyof Mi Flower as n uenorous and , ifjl f just man, and a ureit friend to the people of ( y f llrookbn. Mi llosslterwas pleasetl tolenrn. !'jHj , ho nld. that the tfre it Ilrooklyn rnllrol sys- jjjHs j tern. MirfiR'o ami elPMted, which Mr. Mower fujn 1, had liteu in ilnH Instrumental In coii90ll- j i. diitlni:, was In a most piosnorous condition, J KA the parnlnus for the past month on the wirloua 3 Jf roads hit hub d In it exieeUinc those for the ' US 1 1 . turrespoiuliiii: month list year by $100,000 I S h,, ' Mr ltofcsltor outlined n creat futuro fortho H 11 , llrlKhton lloiich property at ( onfly Inland, iln 1 'I.' f..ild that tho hotol would he reeond to nono in .8 U ll1 theiountry. anil that tho thentre. which would ftlili 1 - '''' ""-' ""' oiitHitln attraction o far as amunn- Hk El If s iiieuts wtio louccrnod, woultl ho first class. f riiijlj The fare to (tho Island by tho llrlchton lieai h m ilHiiis i line woulil ho 10 cents. daa'l f "I faor f'oniptroller Coler'fl plan," Mr Ros- , !S3it I " filers ild. "for fine rrk on tho wfst side of !? i - '-oncy Isl md It our Councllmen Khould eo '!L'(;r-M n;0 '" I-nuUnd anil Slb Its Ilrlehton. they ""ifWri would eomo luck so mueh Imrressad that thoy 'SlSB i? woultl condemn able sllco of tho property at 'aSKi v loney Island nud order tho construction of a I "sit S ' "oh'e bonlnard from Sea (lato to Drichton B itfiST I'ench 'Jhe people nu thn other side mar be m C1N 'P"1lf 83 slow, but thny mnnaco to uot solid comfort ' I l"!?M 1 rlouils of Mr Kosslter sent to the halser j "in n Vllhelm der Orosse an Immenso floral ploco j ' 'Bit In the shipo nf n trolley car with the words 1 ,, JJt " I'l.it buBh AMMiue" In whlto flonera on the rMiititiAc.i: n itii m:4n wife's sTirmt. Vnltett rrenliyterliin r.rutrnl Adtemhly Re fiisf tu Snnrtiou Sm h t'nlnnt. I'iiii ADuruiA. Miy .10 At th nenlon of the lorts-thlnl General Assembly of th t'ldted I'rosbrterlan Church to-dj It wnado clded that the rule acalnst the miiriace of a deceased wife's Utci shall stand. Tho re tort of tho tonimlttso stated: "our comiultte would report as follows . on tho memorial of tho I'rosbjttry of Chleaeo Thei .ibk (or an overture the effect of which would bo to repoil a deihratlon In th Ccn lesuton of I .iltli should It be adopted. Chap tei WIV, i-octlon 4, loads at follows The ' mar, may not marry an of Ins wife's kindred nearer In bljod thin ho mn of his own. nor the woman any of herrhucband's kindred niiiifi in blood thin of her ovn.' The ruins H.iteinent was made before thu I'roshjterlans fni a like mimosa In IMil'i The discussion of the prim Iplo contained In the declaration was discussed most thoroughly. 1 ho ot for ro peal was 17 imalnst 5 HI, not otlnu, lis. I h it ileil-ie majority would sem to nmo lie lined ii Htroni: i-eiitiiuent In fivor fo the de liritln',1 as It noiv reads Matters more pr.wtlcU and okohIIuI to tha weffare of out ( Inireli lire eliiimrini; for dlscuslon nnd leu l-litlnii It noiild t.eein wise tn n old tliencj t itlon nf this eeil iiistlnii at this tine. I'nr thee nud i thsr reasons thatmlcht he named the ftllotiinK Is olTered foi adoption "i unhid, 'I hit the riiuest of the memo rialists ho not uriintKd ' inlii'irit relnrt was subinlttBil The re imrls were submitted to n si et lal committee, which sustained tho majorlt. reroit II nil! Is I" lilHlllt' Mis. I'uiiiiiiiiK lllnlut''M Ii dnuufilc vhoiil, Inliiiii Ciik si.ii, .Mm lln snneof tho first results lli'l'lll!' " of the pi ins.innoun".'il iceently by Mrs Kni- I fill Ii mnns Illuliie for a ped icojlt al school In ( hi- lltiiil'iiv n' ciinii llm rcslcn itlon icstorday of ( ol lltlilu I'rai.el Inrkei, principal nf tho Chicago IlKfiiff 1 ni ui il Schonl to bccln nnrk on tho couise of 1 IHlJ II ' stud for the new college 'I ho resignation lalllal u IK hiiinlod to tlm ( nmmliteo on s'ormal 1 tiilSvif! sclnmls, wiileli held ,i speci il mpetjni; to ic- SkNII inive it ('"I Talker will beuin his new work I WL 1 id o'"'' t iB i ' ''n "ule, fur Hie lie. Hi. Ijiiiiui. t iw 'I he lb l'i V I 1 man, the pator nf thn Vf, ' ho lib t i in n recall mil I hiirPh, h is been elected ,B I'li'snlelit ihe ( oiiiii'II of Assnemto Members im A of thu llioojjljn limtitutoot Artsnnil bcUnccs. Apvn.it, to nouns Asn Tim British. Ollre Srlirelner's "Words In Benson" on the Trmisvnnl Trouble. HiHtial Valle DnpateS In Tnr Bvv. I'lirToniA, Mny 1(0 -OIIo Kilimluor. tho author, sister of W. I Hehralner. 1'rlmo Min ister of tlm I'upo Colony, publishes In tho Stiinilanl and Ihotien' AVirs a thrllllnB mani festo entitled "Wouls In Heason," which con tains a spirited appeal to the Iloor Oovornmont nnd nation to foruet past illflorcnoes, and auks them to Htieteh out tho Imml of brothorhooil to tho 'Htraimors in our midst." Tho pub lication concludes with an nppcal to tho Ilrltlsh people as follows: "Woknow wull that tho creat. florco. froo-dom-IovliiB heait of Kiik'land Is not dend yot. I'ndertho thin svnecr of Itold wo still hear It beat Ilehlnd tho shrlvolled, pun Knttllsh llulc, who cries onl for old, rises thu treat Enitllsh Jekjll, whourles loiuloi jet for Jilstlen ami honor Wo appeal to him that history shall not rci at Itself " The article has attracted much attention, ? ''resident KrtlKor started for lllooiufonteln, the capital of theOranito I'reo State, to-day to iiieetHIr Alfred Mllner. tho Ilrltlsh (loierlior (leneril of tho Cipp Colony, l'revlous to his dep.irtiira 1'resldpnt KrtUer told the lluad that ho would hear Sir Alfred Mllner without prejudice, but that tho utmost Independence of the llepubllc would bo Insisted upon and maintained Itlsstateil tint n motion will ho ode rod In the Iliad demmdlnc that Vlco- President Jouboit oplnln his stntement that the frau chlso should bo uranted Immediately to now coniorsswearlnc lojaltj totho Hepubllc. atticks ov ritrtiimsT hoxtnr.T. If, llenurepnlro n Witness nt Hie Trial of lleriinledi nnd llnliert. Sernal Vablt )ip(t to Tar ''cs. I'nts, May HO Tho chlof Incident to day In the trial of MM. Deroulido and Habert, who are chanted with trylnc to inelto thu trnnps to Insubordination on the incision of President l'nuro's funeral, was the appearance .iinoiic the luunerous witnesst s who tentllled to Dcroult do's disinter estedness, j ntrlotlsni, Ac. of M ,iuesnny tlo He itirepilre, fminerlj the President of tho civil section of the Court of Cassation Ho was creeled with loud npplause 1 he PiesidiMit of the court, who has stopped previous attipks on President I.oubct by wit nesses, addressed M. do lleaurepalre, sajlnu that as nn e-.!udci ho woultl bo awaro nf the reserve he oucht tn maintain s soon as he was sworn, however, M do Dcaurenilro liPKan to attack tho President of tho republic In tho manner ho had already done in tho nevvspiers 'J ho rial was adjouinod iir.unvn to aiiut or it cittt.k Itcltrlrtitnti Iiiipnaed l"le Venrs Acn to lln lteiunveil Nun .crfml CMt Dttnatch lo Thu bus. Ilr.rssns, May .'It) Tho Ilelnlan Oovorn niont h istlecidotl to abmcitn the restrictions upon the Imiortatlnn of American cittle. and in lonsniuencn tnde prospects art reoponlnit at '.iitwerp. '1 ho restrictions which nro to ba nbulished liavo existed since 1MII4, when a flourishlnc nnd rapidly extondlni: trade In cat tle was killed throncl) the dlaunosesof incom petent lielitlnn veterlnarles Tho report of tho surgeons of the American Auneultural Department forced llelulum to ield iiootft Ksarns cmirrxAi. Titi.tr.. Public Prospcntnr Herldes Thnt Hie Kvl deuce Does Not iVnrriliit It. Stmal Cahle Peipitck toTnr 9ns. Iomion, May.'lO -In the Bankiuptcy Divis ion of the II lull Court of Justice to-da,.Ius-tlco Wright announced that tho Public Prose cutor hid decided that tho evidence did not witrinnt the trial of KrnestT Ilooley, the bank rupt'speculutor nnd company promoter, upon eilnilnalcharcos. vvnvii ise or wrvirio.v or war. Britl.h War onlrc I'lntea nn Kxreptlonnlly Largs Order. .prnif Cabtf P'ipaUhti to The flrv. I.ovdov. .MnyllO -The Ilrltlsh War Office his placed oxi optionally larte orders for munitions of war. Includinc 100.000 six -pound shells Paris, May .10 The Ministry of Marine has ordered the construction of a forty-ton torpedo boat. l'ATICRKWSKl SOT MIRRIKD. llrcent Ueport Ilanled-lln Will Sail for .New lurk nn Oct. 18. ttvrinJ Cablt P'ttntcft to Tnr Hns. I.nspov. Mny ,'10 Paderowski will sail for N'ew York on Oct 18 for u six months' tour of the United States The report of tho marrlaco of Taderewskl Is untrue. (iiinnllnc Acnlnit the I'lncue. Stxctal CabU PttpateK to Tux Sun. I.osnov. May 110 despatch to l.loyds from Malta says that essels fiom Kcypt can obtain coal nnd provisions In the 'juarnntlno harbor thoro under quarantlno restrictions. Passen cors must swear that they have not been in Keypt within twent-one days, or otherwise they will be compelled to undoreo twenty-one das' quarantine aboard ship. These precau tions aro taken in couserjuence of the outbreak ot the plat ue In Keypt. New President of the Italian Chnmber. Jptnal Cablt Dtttnteh to The RDf. Home. Mny .lO.-The Chamber of Deputies to-day eleetod Sisnor Cliin.iKlla as its Presi dent In place of Blgnor 7anardelll. who resigned because of the chingo In tho political situation duo to the reorganisation of tho Ministry Tho vote was 2'2'i for Slgnor Chlnaclla, against lll.'t cast for blgnor Zanardelll. Crnr's Rceognttlnn nf the Pent e .sentiment. .Special Cablt Pt$i u(iA tn J nr Hrv Ilt'ciiAiiKST, May 30. It is reported hnro that the C?ar has ordered tint the Don ( ossacks shall not hold their usual mimmivros this j ear. owing to the Peace ( onfeience. Ilrltlsh Consul tn MnfcsiHhiuetU, Mntne nml New lltimimhlre. fipmal Cablf Pttpttch to Tux Si s London. Mav llo-Mr John I lij.ili Illiint. C II , Ins been appointed ( onsul of Oreat Uritaln for the States ot Massachusetts, Maine and New Hampshire lie will reside in Ilostou Mnrthn I.nulitii llelutx Ilmne lleilti nteil. Pelium. N Y.Mas 110 -'llio Martha I.oulsa Ileluty Ilomu for Aged (ioniums, nt the Wart burg Orphan l'nrm, vvasdedieateil to.ila In tins presenooof nearly live thousand people Tho home wn given hy.lohn I) llelut?. n retired contractor of Now rk, In memorv of his daughter, and It cost about fiUi.lMMi It Is five stories high, with marlilo trimmliigs, and will nccommodiite nbniit seventy-flvo Inmates .Smlcrlnn t nlli ge Dedliiitril nl Old Point. NtwioiT Njvvs. Yii , May.'lO 'llm new col li ge of tho Order of Xavlerlan Ilrothers of America was dedicated at Old Point Comfort to-diy with appropilaln eereipnuli s Ilishnp A Van Dovlvler. Iieid of the l lunch lu Ylr Klnti. nfllciited '1 his afternoon the stinh nts had thelrcommenci inent exercises The new building Is a large frame structure, costing Jl.'i.OOO. Other buildings will go up ns needed Amrrli mi Whiilei in friini h Siuccmiful Cruise. Noiifoi k. Ya , May.'lO The s.morican whal ing bark ltert ha, Capt. ery. arrived horo to il iv from Saint 1. ustatlus, Dutch West Indies Her cruise has been successful Hho brought In H00 casks of oil which w 1)1 bo reshlppodfrom th's port Tho whaler will reflt hero and sail on another cruise Killed by n Full from Ills Iliejrle. AlliAM. Muy HO Klmor Y. Kcatchard died this morning ut his homo at Onennta of In juries received In n bicycle accident While riding his wheel yesterday he was thrown off and his head stluck the ground. He was .'18 sears old and a pi eminent Mason, CAPT. TILLY'S BODY FOUND. 111! HAS KII.T.f.O 111' THE ltEIIKL. WHO I.VHEII HIM ASHORE AT ESCALASTE. Hotly Iterotered by Oen. Ninltli nnd Tnken Hack tn Ilnllit fur lltirlnl-deii. Otli lie linrts Hie Cnptnln'i Dentil Uvbels In Cnvltn Prnvlnre llendy tn Surrender. .Sprctnl Cnblt lUtfitlrh to The Si n. Mamia. May .'10-r.ir P M.-Oon. Smith, whosnlled for Nogros Ialnml to rescue Capt. (Icorgo II. Tilly of tho Signal Coips. who was llred upon by tho nntlves.iindorcoverof n ling oftruco nnd cut olT from rejoining his com panions on bonrd tho cable ship from whleh ho landed, found tho body of Tilly In tho rlvor at Kscalante. near wliojo ho was last seen, Tho head of tho dead Captain was mutilated. The hotly was bioitght bick to Hollo, whero it was burled to day, Agulnaldo is nppirontlv unable to rcorganlo tho insurrection In the'Cnvlto province under the direction nf (leu Trias, who Is said toh.ivo recently offered to suriender to the Americans if ho recolved the piomlso of n pardon. Thn I'lllplnos under Trias tire wholly demoralised nnd nin sulTerlng greatly fiom scarcity of food There have practically boeu no hostilities for several da (len I.avvtou has Inspected tho lines from Caloocan to Pasay. Two small gunboats have silled for Cebu, where It Is bellevod they will have n strong In fluence in keeping order Tho following Is furnished b the manager of the Westom t nlon '1 olograph Companv's cen tral cable olllce. 10 Ilioad street "Capt (leoige II '1111 of the I tilted States Slgml Corps, who was troncherousli killed by tho Ullplnos at Ksi alante. on tht east coast of th Islnnd of Negrns. last Saturday, was well known In N'ew ork frur a tiumbor of years ho represented the Western I'nlnn Telegraph Company nt Brighton Ileach. Monmouth Park nnd other racetracks His last visit to Nw ork was two scars ago. At tlm tlmo of tho breaking out of the war he was night manager of tho Western I'nlon odlcn at Helena. Mont " Wasiiimiton. May ,'to llm War Depart ment lecelvetl Informatlnii to-dn couHrmlng the leportsof thu killing nf ('alt (leorgo 11 Tlllv bv Negrus Insurgoivts 'I Im llrst mes sage cumo from Co! n alah, eominniidlug the troops at Hollo Ho said , "Capt Oeorgell Till I'nlted States olun teer signal Corps, was killed nt Lscalntite, enst enast isl md Negrus, bv Insurgents Nilnnlii, Mil) '.'7. 1 1 ocliM'k M , details not known: burled at Hollo May .10' rollnwluc this was a cnblegiam from Gen. Otis, as follows "Cable eompnnv's vessel placing eiblo be tween Hollo and ( ebil ran to t'st.,iluute, t ast coi3t Negros, tn remove nltl eable t onni ctlon : Capt Till. Silgml Corp, act unlimited iiuii with Coptnln of vessel nnd three men vlsltetl town. natlxesmikltiBfrienillv tlemniihtratlons vvlille thoro ambushed; vessel's t iptnlu mill niie nun escapod to vessel in launch, 1 Illy and two men taking to witei and not rescued .ves sel then repot ted nt Hollo: (ten smith In formed, who luiniodhtely took sevent-llv men and luoceeditl to I scilinte, Im reports this morning Capt lllly found Uniting in liver, murks of miotic" on In ml hodv sent tn llolln: Smith remains at Ismlnnto foi the preseut ' t ti'T. in i.i's r.titirit Grieves Over Ills Sun's llenth but Dne.n't Comiiliiin " It ! I, nil's X nr." .Uxiuc-a. I.. I . Mas '10 -1 ho He George F Tills, who conducts a real estate olTlce In Her riman avenue In this village ami olllclatcs as tator of the dlendale M I' hurch. received the following telegram from Gen Oreely. hlef Signal Officer at Washington, this morning "Onicl.il cablegram ropotts th it the body of Cant. Tilly was found dialing In thn river nt Kacalante with marks of violence on the tmad Th remains wore brought to Hollo and buried. Accent ins smpiiths at sour grlvousloss There Is alleviation In the knowledge that in' tha service of his country to which hlsllfo has leen given Cant. Tilly attitned marked dis tinction ;illsablllts,.charn(.terand!uondui.t wou highest encomiums from his commanders " In 1 ebruarv. thlrts-lx sears ago. ahortls after Oesrse i. Tilly left his horn in this pi ice and went tn the front in the ranks of Cumu.ins II. 1 Iftcenth rnglnoer Corpj. lie received word that a son had been born to him It was this son who has just los' his lift). A cousin of Mrs Tilly hud been k lied liOhe war and the child was named aHer him. Oeorge Herbert Tlllv The fathor served all through tho civil nar and upon one occasion. It Is asserted here, ho hail a hand-to-hand encounter with Oeu Ana X lt1,r Hlnc the dlsappeirance of Capt Tilly sei eral days ago after being betraved by an In surgent flag of true bis parents havo been kept Informed ot the efforts being made tn ascortatn his fat. I'ach telegram fror.' the War Department told them to be urepared for th worst. Mr. Tilly is a memoer of Alfred M. Wood Post. HUH. 0. A. It. Despite his great nnxletv as to the (ate of his son Mr. Tilly, at tired In his (irand Anns uniform, prepare J to take part In to-day's celebration when the telegram from Gen. Oreely giron abova was received 'do on. boys, witliou me " he said to his Grind s.rmy friends, who clustered about to offer their svmpaths'. "I don't feel much like taking part In the celebration to-day ' Subsequently, speaking of his son's death, he said' ' My ton gave his life for his countrv. and while I grieve. I don f eoruplaln It I" Ood s war. We will keep the Philippines It Is the will of God. even If It tukos 'ho half of tho pop ulation of the I'nlted States In his lnscrut nblo wisdom God has Tglren to Jthls Tcomitrs the crat privilege of plnntlng Christianity nt the very gates ot lluddhltm. and the will of God shall prevail," On the receipt of the telegram notlfvlng him of the flndlne of his son's body, Mr, Tlllv telegraphed the iVar Department to have the rmnins shipped to this place. Mr. Tilly has another son. John A. Tilly, who Is an assist ant engineer in the cmisturctlon of tho now Last lliver lirldge." COVJtr ISI.iMt CAY AC.A1K. Last Sunday's Frost but n Memory lllggest ( rnwd of the season Yesterday. The number of visitors nt Csnov Island ses terdar was estimated by the steamboat nnd railroad ollloiula at 200.000 To thse can bo added '.'.',000 who camo In carriages and on bi cycles The visitors, who wore bent on en joyment, found thnt the entertaining capacity of the Island was stretched to its fullest extent. In the Turkish theatres tho musclo dances wore gone through in a manner thnt was shocking to behold, and nil sorts ot indue inents were olTereu to entlco the public Into th concert halls, Tho shooting galleries, which wore silenced on Siiudts, also dld.i flourishing buslntss Tho devices thn fakirs used to extort money from the publln In sev eral enses were such bold swindles that the po'lee ordered the men from tho Island The seetlms of tho Itowery dostroied by fire on rrldas morning were the cuntro of at traction Mnny of tho sisltors were bent on securing relics of th 11 ro and oors thing thnt eould be picked up or torn nfT was carried nvvny The souvenirs consisted principally of old nails, hits of gloss and pieces of charred wood In order to gather In torn, of thednv's coin th proprietors whos pla.-ts had been de stroyed pitched tents on their property 1 heir stock in trade consisted generally of two kegs of beer, sevoral bottles of whiskey and about n d07en glaskes. W1SCOSS1X CEJfTlUl. AW IMS. Decree of I'oreelniure Agreed I'ptm by All Hie Interests Concerned. MmvAVKH-. Wis. May .'10 Tho form of a decreo of foreclosure under tho llrst mortgngo ot the Wisconsin Centra! Company was agreed . upon lu the United Mates Circuit Court tills morning, and the decree was entered later in the dns Tho decree was taken In the Inteicst of tho reorganization of the Central, ami It wits assented to bs all tho liiterestslnvolvetl, Mark T Cox. tho intervening petltlonei. who lins mitlu most of tho lecent troublo In Wisconsin ( en trul mutters, has succieded in adjusting nil dUTeiences with tho Hoorgnnirntlou i om mlttee nud has withdrawn nil his opposition and litigation in thn foreclosure case 'I his decree of foreclosure prohabls clears the was for tho complete reorganisation of tho company, anil all tho Unas which in ike up the Wisconsin Cnutrnl ssstem will be In tinio merged into a single corpnrntlnn through tho purchase of the nmjorlts of the stock of eioh II, nud O ttlOO.ono.GOO Mortgage Ket niilril. Pinion (in, Md , MnyfiO-V mortgago linolvlng tho largest amount ever placed on the Ilownid county records was left at thn (ounty Clurk'B odlco to-dns It was tho new mortgago of tho llaltlmoio and Ohlollailroid Company, tho stipulated amount being for $100,000,000 The mortgage is In fasorof tho Meriantllo Trust Company of New ork Tho revenue stnmps required for tho papers cost $0 1,000 The mortgage will bo re corded In every county through whleh tho road passes between Haltlmore and Chicago. In Plnelng Your Advertising l'or Ihe . ration, lie certain Thp 81 n is on your ll.U Ths number nt liattinit muunier re.nrt attiutiners who nan Tur 81 s are In tln-niielre. an liutorrrim nt nf tho value of the ipcr us s ) rontabls lueilliim, Adt, stvmulv.u vvos a gold mise. The Itnrn flood Luck nf Two Young C'nttle men In South Dnkoln. DKAtiwoou. 8. D May '2A. Charlie nnd I,eo Cnrr have, made tholr fortunes. They nro two nung cattlemen In Cu'tor county. In tho Southern lllnclc Hills, who heretofore have lived unovontful lives, hut by n good stroke ot forttino theyaie now no longer hunting lost cattle or stray horsos In tho deep ravines of their nntlvo hills. On May 11 tlm brothers wero out on tholr dally round looking for lost enttlo. TJioy had been over tho simo ground ft good many tlmos bofore, nnd had ovon prospected wlfli pick nnd liammor tho adjoining cliffs for Indications of ore, but their mining nttempts hid thus far been of no avnll. Thoy had looked very thoroughly for their lost enttlo along Lightning Crook, nml hail about given up tho hunt when they camo to the mouth of Narrow Neck Gulch, u small tributary ot Lightning Creek Lee, tho older of thn two boss, was In the lead, and thinking thnt tho enttlo might have strascd up tho narrow gulch lo tho right, turned his horse In that direction and tho brothers proceeded up Nnriovv N'eck Gulch. They had not proceeded farwhon Leo saw n small boulder lying at tho baso of n clUT which showed Indications of being highly mlnoral I7C1I. Ho stopped his pony nml, dismounting, picked tho stone up and gavn It a casual cx nmlnitlon Satlsfslng himself that It con tained no gold, he throw down tho stono and remounted Ids hoiso. " W lint was It. Leo " Charllo asked. "Only a pleco of lion-stained quart?." was the answer "Iron-stnlned quart? Is not found In this gulch without meaning something Let 1110 see the rock " Sodiarllo dismounted .md picking up tlm little boulder which bis brother Leo hail just thrown nvvav, he huiled It with considerable foreo against tho rocks at tho side of tho ra vine. Tho jock broke In two. and wlthn shout of surnrlso both biotheis picked up tlm frag ments The round boulder hid been split evenlv Into hihes, mil there on each 1 leee vvero many glitteiing specks of gnld Thorn was un more tattle hunting tha' das 'I her inturully lonkctl iinth" sltlo of the mountain tosee whence the little bouhlei bail n me 'I hev ellmlietl the steep sldn to a point about lifts feut above the creek level, nnd nlmnst Iin mndlalely found 1 ledge ot free gold dealing awiv the loosn dirt and broken nil ees of rock wlththfli cattle whips thev got down to the quart? vein, finding several uuggots of gold ptotruding through the bird roek 'I hey tratetl tlm outcropnlngs along the mountain ridge far enough to coiivinee them th it it was extensive and then niniintid tholi Imrses nnil returned home. 'J he billowing morning, hav ing t ikon tin Ir father.!' K Can. Into their seen t. thev letnrnod tn their tlnd nnd pro ceeded to stake nut ground '1 heir seeiet wns thelrnwii until nlrtvcu elilms hnd been stnki d and reeiinletl, 11ml then the little tnwu nf 1 lis ter, with lis surrounding settlement of pimps, w is start let I with the news nf the disenvers 'Ihe brnthers snon hud il hole dnwn snvetnl fn ton the vein, nnd they were almost 1111ed with j' v at vvli.it thev found There were nug gi tsof gold as Inige as lilcknrv nuts and largo pieces nf rook seemed to be liter illv filled with gold One plot e ns lsrge ns 11 dinner plate vv ns edgfdwith nuggets as 1 irgo as lima hems. Several hundred doll us' worth of gold w is taken nut In a shnrt time Ihe new oft he discovery soon spread, and n general stampede et In from nil pails of tlm countrv Claims were staked In no time for several miles nround. and there vvisnnish foi the lleenrtlers nfHce 'Ihe strike was 111 ide 011 n tnbiilars of Lightning ( 11 ek. about iilno miles southwest of ( uster. it the eastern edgenf the llmestnne for.nntlnn 'I hn quirt? vein cuts the formation at right angles. and there Is evei s evidence that It is a true llssure The vein his nnw been stripped of snllfnra distance of 110 feet, anil it Ins been traced In lis outoropplngs for half .1 mile (.mid Is found sprinkled thn entire length nf tho vein whom expo'ed. so thnt It Isgonenlly believed thnt It is not n "pocket nf rich s eclmens. but 11 vein containing nre matter ltrriioypit nr im si:itartT. Poliiemun O'lenry Aieuied of llrutnllty In ( lubblng 11 rrlsoner. John Muldoon. a fnrmer pollcman. living nt 1,'J.V) Third avenue. Ilrooklyn, took his wife and two children to Coney Island sestertlny afternoon, nnd sitlslled a desire of the flilldrnn to rule the ponies owned bs W'lllhm Gray 011 the Senboach wharf When Muldoon went to pay for the rides he got into a quarrel with tho driver about the change, and Hjieelal Policeman llloch wns called In Muldoon wns very Indignant, and it is said created some disturbance. llloch then oiled Polleennn O'I.eiry nnd tho two started to take Muldoon to the sta tion. 1 ho former policeman, however, mide strenuous resistance, lu which he was encouraged by the crowd thit followed W hen the policemen hail got theli prisonoi to thn pitrol call-box ut 1 eslie s Hotel the crowd threilened to rescue Muldoon and closed in on the two pnlieomen until thoy vvero forced to club their way clear Muldoon made another desporilo oiTort lo get aw. iv, but () Lear) clubbed him until he sank down. When the man was lln ills tnken Into the Coney Island police statlmi the ninbii lance surgenii put twoiits-Ilve studies In tho wounds In his hind 'llm Surgennt nt tho desk said tint tlm ar rest wis nn outrage, and that n 1 ollt ennui 'who woultl chili 11 man ns O I earv hid done was .1 disgrace to tlm force oloaiy nt llrst made a eh irge nf dlsirdeilv conduct against Muldoon, but ho nfterwaid heard something tint made him change his mind, nnd Im withdrew the chugo Miiltloon was released, but ordered to appear iniourt this morning to answer to tho charge of In ATT.ATt MIY I OSE THE rlllSOY. Dispute Among Itenl Cstnte lien Over the site of 11 I e.leml .lull. Waohinoton, Mar .'10. Congress mniln at Its last session an appropriation foi the establish, ment of n Federal prison at tlanta. Ga There Is now some bitch as totho sltn. and Utnines Gener.il Griggs, who visited thnta some t meago toselect n sllrtie becoming somowlnt nnnoved at tho manner in whleh some ot the cltlens of that city nre acting. Some real es. tnto men tuore wint certain locations, whleh othors oppose. The result has been that nothing has been definitely determined upon and thorn are rumors of injunctions against the cits If certain sites are selected llm At-tcrney-Generil has already had considerable correspondence with the Marorntnl Council of Atlanta on tho subject, S01110 of tho (imports holders have gon to fnr us to sny that thoy would prefer to see Atlnntn lose (ho prison al together rather tlun have the site selected bv the Attornnv-Genoral adopted. It may bn that thl bickering will i-ult In putting off the building ot the prUon torn lone tlmo. Irour firemen Hurt. AtiiAW. Mny HO While huriying to n llm which caused about '.i cents' dnmnge. ,1 chem ical hoso wagon was overturned hero this aftoinoon and four firemen wero Injured One of (hem was hurt serlousls, llobennn John .1 McTnguo. Tho Injuries of (lie odiersworo sllglK link Tnrs Xl.lt tale's (l)lilim.lnui. N'nv Havln. Conn. May :tO-nlo had for visitors this evening about ado7en of the orew nf the torpedo boat Mackenzie tint enmo Into N'ew Hnvon harbor lato this afternoon on tho way to tlm Newport torpedo station Tho men were escorlod to the sale gymnasium (o see the guns taken from tho cruiser ale. Prof. Hollis Prnlses UcKlnley. CAMniitPf.F. Mass, May ,'10 Prof Ir.i N. Hollis. formerly of tho United States N'avs. de livered the annual address to-dav In menu ry of the Harvard men who fell in war He pialsiitl thn Vdnilnlstrntlou nf rresldont Me Klnles ns able nnd statesmanlike. The Amphltrile Hulls foi Port Itnjnl. N'rvvroKT Nrws, Yn , May 1(0 Thn monitor inphltrite, which has been at tho Gosport Navs "lard for tho past fow weeks, sailed this afternoon for Port llosnl. S. C . pissing Old Point at 5 o'clock Movements of Nnvul X'etsela, WismsoTON. May .10 -The Marblehead sailed from Pernnmbuco for Montevideo to dns Shn Is on her way to tho Pnellle stntlon The Now Orleans loft Now Orleans scsterday for Pensacola. N01II1 Cnrolinn Nnittl Iteierves Ilnrk, Wiimiwtov. 0. May , "10 -Tho I'nlted States cruiser Pr.ilrlo w It It tho North Carolina nvnl Ilrigado uboird arrived in iiirvto-dny and the reserves were discharged ofTiclnlls. thus terminating the annual cruise. Dyspeptic. -Tliprtlr.t motlie llun cure, stomach trouble., tboit Joliuiun Dlgi.tlvc Tablets, AUc. & yTstyy. x jejf!tOT-.g'fti'Sfi:. ?sr.-y-t OHIO REPUBLICANS SPAR. no cut as to which sme wilt, cox utoi, the cosves nox. The Aiitl-Admlnlitrnllon Men) .tended by Kurlr, As.ert Hint They XAI11 XM11 Sliiny C'oii(es(eil Sents-New Civil Service Change l'lnja n Part Thn SKiintlnn. Columiiph, O . May HO Tho hotols of llio cits wero thronged to-night with the ndvanco guaid to the ltepubllcan State Convention, which moots on Thursday. All of tho guber natorial candidates nro 011 tho ground Tho convention will bo composed of Hill delegates, -107 bolng nocessnry to n choice. Of the total number the Beats of 21'J delegates will be in disputi-ajand tho control of tho convention will In all probability hlngo upon the result of these contested cases, Tho Stato lias twenty-one Congress ills trlcts, Ihe of which, tho I'lrst and Second (Cin cinnati), tho Twentieth nnd Twenty-first it level. mill uud the Twolfth, which em braces Columbus, nil have contosting delega tions. The elTt-ct of this will be to doprivo thorn of representation on tho Committee 011 Credential.. Thoro am also contesting dele gates from four counties In us many Congress districts, butt liny represent the minority vote, so that tho right ot those districts to repre sentation on the Committee on Credentials Is not Involved. Willi llvo districts taken out of all calcula tions on thn question of tlm organization of tho convention, this work devolves upon tho remaining slxt'cii Of these the Kurt? people Ins claim to sovon absolutely, with an equal chance to secure one additional district Totho Hiiiinn people thoy concede six, tho other three being given to thn Dnugheity forces Tho Dmgherty people nro apparently as bitter against llunim as nro the Kurtz "insurgents," nml a eniniilnutlon ot their forces Is not tin lli.el). In met. negotiations along this line lire now In progress, ami with strong Indicitlous that thev will be successful 'Ihe Kurt? ami Daugherty 1 eoplo will havo enough votes lu tlm convention by com bining their strength to euntinl tlm convention ami beat Haiini out. but In tlm negotiation now pending to tint end each is seeking tlm lust side of the burg iln. anil If they nre lln. ills beaton It will bn because of their fillure to agree upon a candidate Daugherty. who has nlvvass alllllntod with Hanna, and who vins one of his chief llouten ants during the Senatorial light one sear ago. is dividing the Vdmlnlstrntlon forces with Judge (leoige K Nii-di, (he Hannn candl tlitc. hut his one great weakness I that if 11 br.'ik should occur his strength will go to Na-li. whllu little, if auv. of the Nash strength would goto Diughertv In such 11 contingency. The Daugherts lendeisarn therefore urging the Kurt? people to eome to Daugherty '1 lies sav they would willingly go to IKurt? and into foi his e.uidldate lor Governor If Daugherty et ultl control his delegnti s. which thes fiankls confess ho cannot do. They me willing lo conn do the luilaneuof theStato ticket to the Kurt? people, whleh Includes I iPiiteuiint-doveriior. Attnrnes -General. u ditnr nf tlm State. 'I rcasurorof Stnte. Judge of tho Supremo ( ouit and member of tlm St ite Hoard of Public Works This Is tho proposition now under eonsiilnMtlon.nnd on which a decision will he renehod by to-mnr-low 'llio Kurt? iieoplo are holding out for the iiominntlon of .sn W.Jones, it present 1 leiitennnt-Ooicruor. or Col Itobert M Nevlu of Dayton, both of whom uro reiognied as I or ikei men, hut ii"itlior of whom havo been offensively p irt ism In their f ictlnnal alliances Ih" iluiiua people are asserting with con fidence thnt thev will bo able to contiol tlm 1 oiiventlon, nml that Judge Nash will bn noml iiKcil nfter the di legates havo complimented (heir local candidates 'I he in (Ion of President MeKlnles releas ing 4,,'isi nnieehnlders lu llm I nlted States from the operations of tho Civil hervleu law Is looked upon ns n bold stroke, and which will llkelv play .1 prominent part lu determining who shall bo (loveinor ot Ohio, ns It gives senator Hinnii trading cap ital It is generilh regarded as 11 blow to the Insiirgi ins Col (h tries Dick, who will havo chnrgenf tho Hammond of the light, will ar rivn tn-moirow llanni may not come, but senator rnrakervvlll bo here Thursday from ( Ineinnatl MAET OMM1TTEE RESUME. Keller, Deverv nud Price Among the Kx peited XX line ue. John W Keller, Commissioner of Charities, his been EiibpTiiaed to appear as a witness b"fore the Mnzet commlKeo on Thursday. On the day tho committee adjourned on account of thelspeclal Besslon of the Legislature three witnesses testified to the business certain un dcrtikers obtained .from the .Harlem and Ilo'levue hospitals by pnslng to bo informed of overs dentil. It was nKo testified that of four or five clerks at the hospitals who fur nished this information only two had been ills elnrged by Commissioner Keller, although ho knew of the trallle It 1- supposed that Mr. holler will bo questioned about this Ho lias nirnnced to sail for Ihiropo on Saturday. It wns said vesteidas that both Chlof Devery ami (apt 'Pru e had rcielved siiliiKinas for to-d ly It was also said that hlef Devery will be qiioitlonod more closelv as to his reasons for smoking his list tigir Tor thedavin front of the siloon at the southwest eornerof Twen-tv-elghth street and I iuhth avenue It Is pos sible nlso. tint the ChicL If called, may be linked iibou' certain real eitate trans ictlons of the list scar or two, Tho morning session will men at lo loo clock In the criminal branch of the feuuieme Court. Criminal Court building. rcisi: iti.t r.irrs r.xi.i. orr. A lleirense or SHU, 1(1,1 lrom Inst Year In (.renter New Xork, so Piir. AniXNX, Miy ,'to State Kxclse Commls slonei Ls 111 in icpcits ,111 increase in tho excise leceipts lu most of tho counties foi tho llrst tvvents dass nf the present month, which opens thoilsenl scar for the department, but a slight decrease In some of tho larger counties, prob ably owing to tardiness in (he large cities in making returns 'J lie entire net decrease in tlio state r.ir (ho first tvvents dass is about f 10 000 When all returns aro lu, receipts irnluibl7 will equal those of last sear Tlm four counties In Greater New York Kings. New ork. ijiieens and Itlchniond ro pnit receipts nggiegatlng S.7.S!i"i.S,VJ. ugilnst fT.liH'.'.olU a year ago, .1 tlccreasu of 8oK) t. Tablet to Sergt.-Mnjor Good's Memory. A tablet was unveiled yesterday nt tho Hushing nvenuo entrance of the nnvy sard in Ilrooklsn to thto memory of Sprgt -Major Henry Gnod of tho Hrst Jlailne Hat tallnn. who led tlm first landing party nt Guiinlanamo vvlion (ho mnrlnes were atmcked bs; Spinish gumrlllis. Ootid wns thu, llrst to fall Ho was shot through tho heart The of llei is of the battalion headed by Col HuiKlng ton, erected tlm tablu, which is or white mnr- !'p, S0,p,ii,R W o""1" h 1,onr Admiral Philip. Col Huntington and dipt Wildes Golf Bicycle Goods. 250 fancy checks and plaid Golf Bicycle Suits at 52.50 ; worth S4. 200 tiner quality Suits, excellent value at original prices, 5. 75 to $6.50; now $4. Novelties in Golf-Bicycle Suits from latest foreign and domestic fabrics, S5 to SI 2. Skeleton Serge Bicycle Co its, $), M. S. Fancy check Golf-Bicycle Breeches, SI. 50, $2, $2.50, s3i $4, j;. Imported Cotton Golf-Bicycle Hose, fancy plaid tops, black legs (Hermsdorf dye), 5 cents ; value, 50c. to 75c. 200 do.en wool and worsted Golf Bicycle I lose, plain and Scotch mix hires, fancy tops, 50 cents ; value, 75c. toSI.25. Imported Cashmere and English Zephyr Yarn Golf-Bicycle Hose, plain and fancy, SI ; value, SI. 50 to S2.50. The L A. W. Bicycle Shoe is the best; our price, S2.50. 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Vrrdlc( of n Col oner's .lurv In (lie Case of n .Mini Killed nt I'tlm. n-irv. 3!-i ') -Harry II Neil of Buffalo, ftslitant HujiprlntiMidontortlioWaKiicrPalaeo Car Com pan jr. lost Ills life, in a. reir-end ccd lliou In (lie C'entral-HmlRon ltailrod stitlon hero on May l.'l. when n limited tialn. due nt 1 HO A M.wa run into by tho American Esc press train. ThoCoronpr'i jury concluded Its Invesllcatlon Init nlicht.nml tho railroad eom I'tiiiv win ceiisuiod. "That danger ntlnniM all methods of travel ling" tho Tordkt read. "Ih well known, but that a nersoii cannot remain In a car fitandinir Ulion the tracks of a public nt.itiou in the abso lute, control of 'the Krentest railroad of tho world' and bo Rife nnd secure bevond a doubt is utartllUB.and oiisht to be known, (hid all may covern (hemsolvc aecordincli.' Tho jury further found that tho nccldentwns caused by neirlect. carelessness mid roisinanaceinoiit of the coin piny and its oftlelals in faillmr to provide suitable wav and methods for pro tectlnn the people using said station: u fill In to u (ha block fctem,nnd in failinc to have sufllclent men to attend switches A.V.'IJC TI11K1' IX A Ft.iTHOVSE. Three Tenant llubbcd, but No Trnce of the Iloldier Siu They're Not I'rolei teil. A sneak (hlef broku into (ho apirtmcutsnf Mrs .1 1' l'latteau at 'JD4 West lllth (reot cstcrdny afternoon and stole all tho jevveln he could lav his hinds on llio .ipirtmentsof the MishCs l'lltnian, on (ho Iloor .ibovo, vvero also broken into and morn jewelry vv is taken from t belli Three weeks nco n man broku Into th uparlinenis of U.uri Mlmlti' In tlm samehouse Hnd stole juvelr- vvoitli jdiil All of (hesnease vveio rtpoilHil (o the po Ike otlliu West l'J.r)th strc et station last niuht and iMeitlves wore sent nut to sleuth thu rob ber Tho people lu the miKhboiliood mv tint tluiy cot llttli' piotpetlon from tin iiollcn and tliat siisplcioiis-looklnii men uro often seen In the houses. otinr tnr. bamuclM Hotehklss. former Commissioner of (h.i Hurcau of I, ibor statistics of ( onneed cut, Is dend of pleurisy In Hartford II was born In Kenslnirlon, Conn , on MaiehTi. IKin. and graduated from the Normnl School In New lliltnlii hs vnlcdli'lorldii of his ilass Alior (nai hliiK lu tlielalr Haven schools he went (o Columbus (J , as insur nice ncent, but later re turned to llnrtfori! and beeamn connected vv lib various mnnufncdirini; mlerests He leaves a widow and llireo children, the son beitiK n law yer In New York Andrew Heublem died at his homo In lint t ford yesterday mornlnc In Ids nulitirtli vear He vvas.i nntlvo ot l'russi.i.c.ime to hUrouiitry lorty-thrco earn ago, nud in lK-Mlestablislied n rchlaurant nnd lager beer saloon on Mulberry street, Hartlord, tho silo now occupied as n par( of the Hotel Heublpln 1 ho business was remarkably successful from tho first and tho restaurant became a favorite meeting pluco for business nion and politic! ins Wllll.mi 1) Houghton nf 47 West Slvtj. -tlilnl street was burled vesterdav Hewasboiu In I.ockport In 1K.III nnd served In tho civil war as n Lieutenant in the l'orty-nlnth New oik Volunteers nud on (he M.iff of Major-den Oetty Ho was piomlnent lu the SUto National Guard affer (he war and wnsordinneeolllcor on fhoslnflof Major-Uen Shaler prior tn thu reorganlzillon of tho Uu.ud Ho leaves u widow and a daughter City Hurveyer William Colgm of Hlzabcth died last night nt his homo m Marsh il street in that city of erjslpelas Kor u number of years he was in (bo civil engineer corps ot (ho I'nntral Itiilroad of New Jorsev Ho is sur vived by a vv id iw and Hirce children. He was 40 jonirt old M L ltoss. I'resldcnt of Knoxvlllo's( hanibor ol Coinnicrce, died suddenly In th it city hs-torda). Child Killed by ll 1 nr ut Her Mother's sltlo. Hose Appel, ll vears old. of 7." Avenuo C, was run over nnd Instantly killed last night b nn AvenueCeur driven b Daniel McCull.igh of 'J30 llerry stroet. llrookl n 1 ho child h id ,ic companled her mother to a store opposite her homo The two waited for u north-bound car to piss them, nnd then w ilkoil directly in front of ihe horses of a soiKh-boundoar Mitiillugh was arrested Hunt for ll MUklng Hank Canhler. Coi.tMD(A,H C .May .'10 -Dr C II. Whlto of Athens, On. nnd tho Chlof of l'ollee of that town aro In flreenv llio hunting for a clue to tho mhtortoiis dlsjpponruiieo In thnt city n week ago of John A Hened let, fishier of tlu i:ohniign Hank of Athens ll trace of Ih nediel was lust half an hour after ho reached n hotel ono day. I'lre Chief Thrown from III. Wagon, Ilattalinn Chief '1 nomas If Ivoniu s wagon collided with n truck lu Hldrldgo stn-tt ester day, when going to a Hie In Stanton street and was upset '1 ho (hud and his drivel, Jo, ph llutlcr, vver" (hiovvii out and brul-ed 'I In-lr horse ran nvvav, but wns caught lu thn ne.t block. The Urn didn't amount to ant thing. lVnr Veteran Itles In (he IIoupKul. Cliarlos Oelse. :t,ri sears old, died jestonlay lu tho Long Island C ollege Hospital of hnnp r rhage Ho vns-ttachedto thn Ungliieer Corps during the recent war Ho tin! u furnished room at '.it Hlcltn street. Ilrooklsn I'oit Olllce nt Hurley Itohbed. KiMiSTON.MayllO The 1'ost Onicont Hur le). two miles fiom this city, wns broken Into by burglars onrly this morning 'Ihev blow open tho safe uud stole $100 worth of stamps. tNOTrllNGSUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. 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