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Ardor A rlur rdir of r Muni 111 IIlIII ur Ilionn 1lu iIio Who hu Adviicnln AdviicnlnH 1ucII 1ucII1rhtf
H Trli 1rhtf TrltIr11 lTh rrocB lruculllc IrocftIIIg dlnn YeilnrtiBjr YeilnrtiBjrThe Ytrdftyrho 111rla 111rlalhe
The New uW York 1roiibylery lr llrlurr dropped dtld drOIII > 4d yesterday yesterdaytho yt yterdthe lcrdar lcrdartho
tho ehiirgiM III < 4 ot hureny hur y which liuil h11 butin 1811 pro proIV lruf pruby
f rIJ If by thu lv Ituv IV Ur u 1 1 w V l F > > Ilruh Hiruli lro11 onlnet onlnetth
C MuUlffort mid hail becu becuinn hl InvuIn
tlu th t > Kev He i Dr r Charles CIUrlu1 hiirIu lulaortluJ 1
In inn 111 ft ii I I im hulI ti LI4Il U of a judicial IUllclllnlllr ud Icitti Imjulry Intiu ry beginning beginningvuli 1IlnnICt 1IlnnICtwnh ItIn n fnr
vuli 4 Ul tie lu last meeting Dloulnl of ttio th Ireiibyttiry Irelbyttry Ibo Tliuchaw 11 11chnrl Iboweri
chnrl chaw were erf dropped droPII11 on 01 o tlio motion molon ot tha thali thl thllowaN thtIoward
li v Howard lowaN ABIIHW Allv gniw Johmton Joliuton who had trlvun trlvunearnestly lrhtn lrhtn1Irllv tr1votieruttlV
earnestly 1Irllv to t Hint unit n1 nr v vir r nines lncfl It became bcomo np npIuent npallt apuiflt <
Iuent allt uiflt that an ni effottto ofol t lu try lit MoQIIfert MoGlrer wa to tcte toIe toLu
te Hindu IJU It IH prolnulo polnl Hint Ilt th this action Iclou of tti ttirreibrtcrylndopplng the thelrolbtMr theIreabtry
rreibrtcrylndopplng lrolbtMr In IroPIloI t1rovi1n the charges chlrlu wlllcaus wlllcausDr wi will caUl caUl1r causIr
Dr 1r Birch 1rch to appeal aeu to I tlio ho noil nlt General urlrl Assem Assembly AR50mlly A5omIy ¬
bly lly Iy to t force forl tin t 1retbytery lnIYllrr to hiiTon hle huvo f a heresy huresjtrial hor heresytrial IY IYtrlil
trial trlil of Moaitlort MoaitlortIt loGlort
It 1 was wal Intimated Iltllnlld yesterday oMteray by some lome of o Dr IrBirchs DrDlrh DrDIrh
Birchs Dlrh adherents odher nt that Ihlt great Ireat pressure had bean beanbrought 181 bio biobroughttobaron
brought broughttobaron to bear on him hm to t pursuade pur ulle him hm to todesist todallt todst
desist dallt from his hil ht activity nelTlty In keeping Ieellll the mattoi mattoifrom mallr mallrfrom inattetfrom
from being peaceably pe cnbly shut up UL In a dork ul closet oloiotwhere oloothere closetwhere
where here It would not disturb the peace Ltace of some someof atms atmsof someof
of his hl less le5 scrupulous IcrulllloUI brethren breth n These The e men menIntimate mel mooIntimate
Intimate Intlnnte that threats have been made 10Jt that thu thuliberal thllIberlcleltnl thtliberal
liberal Iberlcleltnl element which U II li In 11 the majority will willdeprive w1 wiltdeprive
deprive Dr Birch IINh of his oflleo otlot of dinted cleric cllrl cier of olthe oftil ofthe
and will cut off hi hs little church churchIn
the til 1rosbyteryand lrobYllrYlnd troibytery wi oc 1110 oblrh oblrhIn
In Jlorrlsanls orrls311 from the thl support supprt ot the tll 1rtiaby 1rtiabytery lrlsly lrlslyter 1tvsbyten
tery ter ten won I n which It Is I largely larlelr depondent depondentWhoa depoodentWhOD depondentVhon
Whoa thu Moderator lo < urltor the Key He I Dr > r UufUeld UufUeldbad Duflld Duflldbad DufUeldbad
bad nnnouuced anoollced that tllt th the Presbytery wo WO was con conItltuted conIttutd conSitItUttd
Itltuted Ittutd a I court for the thl th coot coh1lroton coohternt1on deration ol the theJdcOllTett theMoGIYert thedcOiiTert
MoGIYert JdcOllTett dcOiiTert co case ant 101 had made tho customary customaryeharce cUllomary cUllomarythonl cu8tomaryehar
thonl ehar eharce he sold tha the tht citation clntol Issued b uoII to lr lrMcOllIttt Vr00Irlrt Dr1cQliTrt
McOllIttt 00Irlrt to appear nJoar and maka ntit Inror answer > wer to the thahorges thohIHII theeharies
horges hIHII iigalnst Ilalnst him wn WOi then lum and there re returiiubie rl yeturuube
turiiubie tUrlbo and 1IIIIIked asked If Ir McGlfTort 310GItlrt wan WI thero theroto theNto theroto
to make answer to them Dr William Wilam Adams AdamsJirown Allams1rowo Adams3rown
1rowo Jirown 3rown of the Union Bemluarr temilar ro rOllad toee and Bald Baldthat slid slidthat saidthat
that that he appeared nlllrud as Dr UoOllTerts 10Glterte attorney attorneyto atorne atorneto
to make mlke answer for him There Ihurl was some somequestion RomeQuesion somequeti
question Quesion queti n as to Dr McOIBerta McGltert right to appear appeariycounM IPLear IPLeary appeartJy
iycounM tJy y COUh eoUtitJ J but tin tu th Moderator ruled that an anjppoaranca 10 10IPpCarICl anppearauco
IPpCarICl jppoaranca by counsel counsol wai a full ful satisfaction lutlsfactlonOf lutatacton lutatactonCfhe
Of Cfhe tlieiltatlon tlieiltatlonThe the clatlol eltatiHl eltatiHlThu
Thu Ituv l r Mr Ir Johnston took the floor 100r and andpresented lod lodrelnled andreasntedn
presented relnled reasntedn u I resolution rl oluloo which was wa In effect ereot n nfopotltlonot 1 akovottUon
fopotltlonot hpctou kovottUon ot his previous resolutions rOllutool to drop dropthe dropthe dropthe
the MoGlffort 3oOtcrl mutter maier In n substance lulslaoC It Bald Baldthat slld slldtblt saidthat
that tblt whoriNU whelI the Presbytery had otter lfer Ions IonsBiul lon longnd
aot Biul nd careful consideration cnelderaton disposed dlspldJ ot the case casefit oaseff caseof
fit ff Dr JlcGllfert lcClrurt by Iy IU action Icton of Deo l > o 18 18 and andhad andbad andLiad
had at that time tme warned wlrneJ nil ni students studlots and andleaeheru andtellhurl andteachere
avoid dangerous speculations such suchIB suchIs
leaeheru tellhurl to a tanlerul llulQtool I
IB those tloe In which Dr McOlffert lcGltert had Indulged Indulgedfend lo indulgedpind ullell1 ullell1nd
fend lS nd had hlli expressed txpr lsl1 its Il It disapproval dleapprovl of that thatwhich tbalwblch LhavbicIi
which was wa Improper Imprpr In hU hI book bok Christianity ChristianityIn Chrlslnly ChrlslnlyIn
In the Apostolic AIololo Age AI Ai It wns wa M for the best In Intenets 10lerl intorets
tenets lerl ts of the Church now ns It had been ben then theatlmt thenIIlt thenthat
that IIlt tho matter should be ut once oncl dropped droppedDr drllUI drllUIIr
Dr Ir Johnston John lon spoke In favor IIor of his motion moton He Hewas le lewal liewas
wal was answered anrwcrd by ly the U 1 ev Dr John Fox of th thliast thUtt thi thiEast
East Utt Harlem Church In a speech 81Iuol whloh aroused arousedgreat arouledIrent arousedgreat
> great 1arlom amountof amount amountofenthusinm of enthusiasm enlhUllRm among ImOOI the Ihead Iheadocalel ad advocates adocnte ¬
vocates ocalel ocnte of a heresy herelY trial Th The debate was en enlivened eoIhened enlivened ¬
livened bysomeexchangesof bfsomtuchaol sof personal Ilrlonal opinion opinionThe opinionhl opinionThe
The hl llev Dr Johnston John lon tried to brine brlnl In a alutor alutorhleh letter letterwhich letterrliicli
which hleh the Moderator Moderatorpthe Ioterlior of the General Asssrably Asssrablyof A m bly
of INH 1HI the Itev 1vr Dr Wallace SallaceRidcIiffeot Allce Riidellffeof Rllc Iteor Wash Washington Wlh WlhJnllon SaiihJngton ¬
ington Jnllon Is said ali to r hv < nv written writen to the Itev lev Dr DrHenry Ir IrHenr Dr3ionry
Henry Vandyke andrk expressing orNeslnl the opinion that thattho tbattho thatthe
tho action lOl of Dec e IH was 8 adeouata adeouatatreatment adequne adequnettalmenl adecuatotreatment
treatment ttalmenl of Dr Ir McGltlorts lcOtrArtR case caseDr eaee1r caseir
Dr 1r ir Johnston John ton wa WI was not allowed alowed to sayanythlng sayanythlngabout Raynnythlnl earanythingabout
about abut the thl letter letor Then hun somebody wanted wanlld want d to toknow 10know toknow
know whether Iir 11lrloo Iiitctri brter had hal a 1 tight rhth to toprevent torevent toprevent
prevent ono of Its IIi members from bringing bringingcharges brlnllnl bringingchargcsntainst
charges chRrlcI chargcsntainst revent against Alllnet another Inolhr who had been guilty guiltyof Illt
of heresy her Tho he Chair ruled rul with llh some onli apparent apparentfoellnc RNnrentfcelDI apparentfeeling
feeling fcelDI tlmt noone had hal such iuch right rllht buuhat Lut Ihll no noone noonl noon
on one hud hl1 A right rfht on the other hnnd hnlil to make raki the thaIrcHl th6lfflytry the1rsiytery
IrcHl lfflytry 1rsiytery > yt ry try tr a case cl e that thlt It I didnt want WRII to try tryAnd trf tr trItnd
And the questioner quetoner subsided 8lbildJ with wlh the ad adMission 01 01al iutnIssinu
Mission al lol that he guessed IUMIj that was wn so soThern eoI soTher
I Thern Thef was W81a a tlercn difference lrlruncp of opinion as a to totho 10tho tothe
tho right rJlht ol Dr r Johnston Johnslollo to Introduce hllroducl lntroducany nnysuch nnysuchresolution nr such suchresolution uchrlIOIIIDn
resolution rlIOIIIDn as Ii a that I hii before the court Tho Th Mod Moderator Moderrttor lol ¬
erator alor ruled that the Hook of DIrolpllne Dfrolplne con contained contninelilrovillon eontnincI ¬
tained tninelilrovillon provisions that warranted wlrrant J tho Introduc Introduction IntroJuctOI introdueion ¬
tion tOI ion of such Ilch a resolution ami In11 It was WIS allowed nlowl1 to tostand 10tllll toptaud
stand tllll The vnnerablo n rblo Dr r Mullaly Iulaly wanted 10nli1 to tofisk 10fAk toask
ask fAk aomiuuestlons Iom homu flll questions KtonR and nluln ar1 to enter nlr n ponu pon 1iCUS 1iCUSIon a discus discussion liqotissian ¬
sion Ion of th Ihe conora Ionnrl gonnrai subject Aubjlet of tho upn higher crit criticism orltlolm oritIchnt ¬
icism and Itl the standard Mnllnrl of faith HH I was wnl wii called calledto cllll cllllto
to onlf ollr r mil 1111 at length 161lh tho previous frIloul question questionTras qUrton ruiitionvas
vas 3 called cald on him The h previous ploui question ueeton was wasordered wasCJIUl1 wascirterti
ordered CJIUl1 by Iy i a I vote ole of llfty Irty to fortynine fortynineDr ortynlnl
I Dr Johnstons Iohlllon resolution rMoluton wasudoptod vms woptr odoptrnt by a aoteofsevcntysevento I aTOte
TOte oteofsevcntysevento ole of AIcnlYlee seventyqpVPn to thirtynine thlrUnlol rresby rresbytery Ir 1r bf bftery hytery
tery has hlnm membership n mbr lllp of ItW hi so 0 that tllt nearly nearlycnetlilnlot Ilrlr Ilrlronpthll nearlyenethirI
cnetlilnlot onpthll 01 thu thl body hodr was wa absent Ib nt The advo advocates Illvo advoeats ¬
eats nt of a hcm horv > y trial Insist In IKt that almost IlmOt nil ni of ofthon 01thMO ofthno
thon who were werl absent would oull havn hn voted votednnalnst votedrtgaint oledPlnln
nnalnst Plnln t tli thA rmolutlon Thai Thi faoknowleilge faoknowleilgehowever fnoknowIPIII tack nowledge nowledgehowever
however hOeur that 101 until untl an appeal nplenl can be taken Ilkfn to tott toI totFti
tt tn > i General Ofleral Assembly APmIIY thy worn ll fairly flirly beaten beatenIt
It was wn understood unhltoo1 that thlt Dr Brown Dr DrcHrrt Dreifert4
I JIcOIITerta cHrrt eifert4 counsel eoun811 hail h1 come to the thl meeting inefltlnKwlthalurce rellD meetingwith
wlthalurce with Ith a Ilrle large number Ilmber of printed copies coplel of an ananswer In InIn ansnqwer
answer In wer by thi thl > accused lcuse1 to Dr Ulrohs Ulrohscharges BlrohKI liirohschargo
I charges chnrN If I ha I had Ild them he eoncoalod eoncoalodthem conoalot ooncalodthem
them diligently Ipnlr and neither members of oftho otthe ofthe
the 1rosbytory nor reporters could cou III get getn Iet et etI
n 1 I ellniiSM iIII of n I smelt lmll copy The opponents opponentsof oppneotq oppneotqof
of Dr MoOIITert leUITrt In the Tresbyferv wanted wlntel very verymuch veryIlch veryintieii
much Ilch t II tb < > set ee e what Ivha sort ort of an fn answer nn lvr ho would wouldnkbx wOlld wouldi
i soak Jsk They Th r said 1111 that It would wo111 have helped helpedthe hallli halllitht helpitj
1 j the th future tulHP standing tanlllr of his ca eMO o If he hf had shown shownrather shownr3ther hownnthtr
rather nthtr more 10r inturestln Iltlest tttrst in the tlu proceedings IlrOCledlnl1 yester yesterday r resterday lpr lprdar ¬
day Ono Ont wnyln way In whloh whlh ho could coul have hlo shown shownthut shownthlt shownthat
that thlt Interest Iltef t they said was WIS to have made madetiubllc mae maeJublc maieubiic
tiubllc liHnmwer 1114 atnwer to the charges charia even etl though thoughIhero thoulh thoulhther thoughtherc
Ihero ther Jublc was wn tr to > bo hf no n heresy heleR trial trialThe Irlli IrlliI trialThe
The talk of the thlIIoll th nllecod Intention Int ntlon of the trial trialmppresslng Irld IrldIBjorlt trialpoppresehac
I mppresslng majority IBjorlt to dlselpllni tllclllln the th stated statedMork llte1 llte1lork tate tatelcrt
Mork lork for having hnvll forced the Ihl whole matter mllor on onhe 01 onlbs
lbs he puhllo luhll notice nolcl agiln 1ln after rter It was supposed supposedo UfIOSPt UfIOSPto
to o be dlspnsel IIp09P1 of was va all al au over the stairways stairwaysmd slalrwnysnr stairwaysand
and md tho th sidewalk IItowal after IIer the thl mentlng mPtlnl was 8 ad adourned aJoured adburned
burned oured nr It I was wa a sail Anll Hint Dr Birch hnd taken takenlopart t takenbo kn kno
bo lopart o part In thudlscusbn the fISCli51 dicusbu 1 during durlnl the meeting meetingindthat moetintnd
mOltnc mOltncnd
indthat nd that his sllnneo 1nrt was vo n dim to tl these th se threats threats3r thrlal thrlalr threatsPr
Pr 3r r lilrch Irch has been lef1 tlm Ih 11 utated 11111 clerk of the thaPresbytery IhBrrlbrlerr theFresbytery
Presbytery rrlbrlerr for a great Irtnt many nliny years enr8 and anllt It would woulden woull woullon wouldhe
he > en a groat roat blow to him to lose that place fin finthe 11 Etaii
Is ii the Ih pastor P1 to nf the liethnny Ielhlnr Church Churh at Kast Kast37th Faet137th t t371h
137th 37th street and Willis Wili avenue Ivenlo which Is one oneAlways oneat oneof
at Ih the ChllchAS churches with which the lrestiytery rBhrlCr has baBalwnYllellt hasliways
Always alwnYllellt dealt liberally liberallyThe Iberly IberlyThe liberallyThe
The two Shearers hnrlrK one of whom Is I the Secre Secretary Recretlry Scretan ¬
tary tlry tan of tha theTrnct Tract Hoclety have haenl50 also Incurred IMurt time thodlsplcasur Ihedl timedispicasure
dlsplcasur dl lcluri ol their brethren by lr b their support supportof > ort ortof
of Dr Birchs 1lrela lilrchmsnttempt attempt atelpt to try tr Dr McOlflert lcGltert UP and andIt RIII RIIIIt atuiit
It was broadly btollly hinted that thu th man who whowas whnWR whowas
was trying Irln to make troublo trolblC for Dr Shearers Shearersmanagement thfnrAr thfnrArmnnojement henrsrsmanagement
management WR of the Tract Trct Hoclety building buildingvrouNf buid buiidinwould In Inwould
mnnojement would very likely lkely receive material m Mll1 support supportfrom 1111lrt 1111lrtfmm supportfrom
from the church chur h opponents oppnenll of tho Secretary SecretaryTo HcrelnnTOlhoawlo teeretaryTothosewho
To TOlhoawlo Tothosewho those who ecout Olt the Ih Idea Idla that Ihlt tho th lrsby lrsbytery lrlby lrlbytlr Irsbyten
tlr ten tery could 101111 u > such open coercion ooercon as R to t cut Clt off offthesourceof oI offthesourceof
thesourceof thl 10uree of a I members rll hrl support Slfprt because LCIU of ofhis ofhlR ofhis
his adherence ntheronce ton to mm omisn rll t which he believed boleod to tobe tobe
be just lu t the ck CO cae of the th Itev Ill Dr 1atterson Patirlon the thocounsel therounFe thepounse
counsel rounFe of Wars7avrlak Wn 7nlak was pointed out outAVarszawlakscounM out outVarerawiaks
AVarszawlakscounM WnrAFwlake Varerawiaks eOIHI cciinoi opposed all I I that there therowas therl therewas
was aB that wns WI wn Inlliicntlnl Intllntnl oProet11 In n the Presbytery Prelbytery In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the advocacy nlo IY of hi 11 hits case cnl llnwasnot Ho WI was not well wel off offand or offand
and InJ the 1renbytery has hi withheld wihheld from trm him that thatsupport thlt thltUNort thatsupport
support whKh he had rather rliher como cm to expect eireotfrom expectfrom
from frr that body before he undortonk unlfrok to defend defendtho delenttho 1 reot reotfrr enll enlltho
of tho the Ihl Jnwlsh Jowl Presbytery PresbyteryDecides IreshJtny h missionary rl Illry from the tht Influential Innuentlsile Innuentlsileot side sideof sideof
Decides DIMIIA tlm Ihl MertllTnrt 31 rIYet case COe the thf 1resbytery lro brtery brterytIKp
disposed 1 of a numberof minor matters mntlr vester vesterday verdlY vesterday
day tIKp dlY Thn Itov ler Dr Moltble ni 11 1 D Habooek lal1eo1 was wasreceived wal wasyecetvii
received from toni 01 thn th Presbytery IrlLyltr of llaltlmore llaltlmoreThn Illtlmore Illtlmorehe hisitimoreLhs
Thn he r ntlons aon between hOlwlen the Itev Iv Dr Ir Uushnell Uushnellund lushnpl itushneiimtril
und Inll the JlailUon IRlson Avomie A nue Church were dis dissolved dlsohel disolveil ¬
solved The Itov Ilv W V A McKenzie was WI re received relelle1 yeeeIvil ¬
ceived lelle1 from rom a Canadian Presbytery lrlbyto ry ho l I is to tin tinI hI bcliii
I Ihl liii hn pastor Ialo of the Uom Honlu yu Chapel of the Fifth FifthAvenuo flh flhIUO FifthAvenue
Avenue IUO Church ChurchTltlltt ChurohTIIlW Church2llI
Tltlltt TIIlW 2llI lI IV 1 S HOUR ltun TIIIHK T11 11 CATCH CATCHLuck t4 UTCI UTCILI rct rctt
t Luck LI k Wno Vn VVllli Wlh Itli MiiritotiKiil 1111111 Street Sleuth KleuthiIII Sleutl SleuthI
III II I Thren 1hr Itohlierj 1Ihhr Cnse CnseFive Cn CnFn CnsVivo
Five Fn thieves Ihl w4 caught 1IUlt Inns In I tt manv InDV hours was wasthe w wtlu wasthis
the tlu record iJetoitlvus IJcli Mahoney Ialonoy and Jackson Jacksontf JMhontf
tf tf tho MnedoucuI 3111011 ttret I tr r ct I station lltOI made lutlie last laft Sat Saturday 81t 81tIrdu Satttrdiy ¬
urday Their h6Ir prisoners IlrisnI irisnmiim went all ni hold In the theJeffferson theJtfrol theJiflfrsott
Jeffferson Jtfrol Market 3arkt police Iolre ulIe court yesterday 10 terll and andIt nnJIt andit
It Is likely Ikolr will 1 each Ilh have hal to answer IIBVOr moro 10ro than thanone thanoltchrr thanOtto
one oltchrr charge of theft theftOn thelt theftIn
On II In Saturday 1llurlltl afternoon a rnoon Hi ti the janitor ilnlor of the thetenement Ihetelllelt lImotenement
tenement telllelt house hOI nt II H7 1 Thompson Thon1ol street re reported reo reolorlN rePorted ¬
ported nt II the station slaton that two men m1 had broken brokenInto hrkll hroklmI
Into Int I nb Hint Ihlr t lii hI > iis saiml nni 111 hid h1 < 1 rnrrlod fIIt ma rmhoi < 1 nwnv nIY n tnv n pillo pillocnso IIlow IIlowNli iiiloS
S cnso Nli nc rif r f ilutldlig lollllc and ald trinlcets trjl I valued valll1 lit lt 100 100The lu lulw 100Iime
The lw two rWllotucl detectives stnrtd llrlI on u 1J Ijaruli amritm rh for or the thothluvc Ihothlun thetliluwe
thluvc and nut nn 11 hour later Inllr caught C311ht Miehnol MiehnolColettoand 11cl1ll MicittiolColetto
Colettoand 01110 < nail Antonio nllnlo Vollolnthe Vclio 010 In the street slrt1 divEd divldIncthe divEding llld llldInl
Incthe Inl ing II thiti niutiey 111UY they hud obtained ollnliol by h pawning pawningtheir I1wnlnl viawningtheir
their 1lr plunder plunderHaving plllur plllurInvln p1 ii iii Pr Prhiavin
Having Invln hiavin lookd 10uitlp up the pale luhll In the 1 station the thedetective theetect the1etectIves
detective etect went out for lunch They 11y had gone gonetinlyns conetnlr gonenIr
tnlr tinlyns nIr as far ar as I Orecnn Orlel street tr t wlnn wh1 whm m their suspi suspicions Mlspicioii III IIIclol ¬
cions clol were lIf nroused oclII I Ly y a amnI mnn wh carried out outtoniKimptv nutt0111 outto
toniKimptv t0111 to ito HfV fun Pt triiik Irlk a huge Iitt go bundle lunll Liii nil lo of o r new IW J W cloth clothIng elo tii tiiImi
Ing 11 Imi tied 11 nn 111 in II nn 11 amateurish umahlrlsh wnv The Jhm 1 man manlook lln llnlook imttfllook
look MIS I i ei II imm < > ii Hiul 111 situ the detectivity Iell uncitiid uncitiidMill arlHtl1 arlHtl1hll urmecti1ilui
Mill hll nnd nl then 11IIrHI iti pir od d 1 to examine lt the tlo build buildIIILT hl limdilEli l lII
II Eli IIILT i TlnV I 1v ii Uiiind 1111 thnt Ihll t isti r the t he door toor of llioimr IIolr r Ilros IlrosRtorernmiis Iror Ilrostororflumm
Rtorernmiis tororoU mi I the third thlrlloor lloor had been In forced forcedupen 10r1n forci forciipen
upen n nnd nnllnolflu ln inIiiu ldo wore ferl three Ihrlo more Ilre bimdlos bllldS tied tiedup te tiedalP < 1 1liP
to be earrledolY carried off TIme Th prisoner
up ready frrld oI f1 oner was waslater ni niA
1 later fnI Identltlad 1 Ill1 ns Jinx Inx Meyer leYlri aiRs nlK llreden llredenlerc Ilntn IlntnItrlllhll llreilenLprg
A lerc Itrlllhll HHiiciessful II < fli clothing clolhilc thlof thlofHetitrnltig thlo thmloliettirimhmi I IHelurlm
Hetitrnltig Helurlm to the Ihl station Inton the detectives dOlcctvl were wererrdercd wer wereurdercml I
rrdercd 1llorlt out lt tn look lok for the men mln who had hadstolen hll
1 stolen Hlolcl a I ose o e n truck Irlck and Inl1 two cases CI06 ot goods goodsbelonging 1001 1001lolllnl goodstoltgi I
belonging toltgi lolllnl n g to John 101 lU llatton Intol I nt 51 5 1 Lafayette LafayetteMr Inllvpte InllvpteJrokll In layette layetteI
Mr I r i llrooklyn Jrokll I irook I t ii from froU I roni Pin a I North Nort Ii Itlver ItlverIliny Ilr It ivir iviriiieb
I T Iliny 1 were again Ilnin In 11 luckcatching hlk calelli cateimimig tlm II I lie thieves thievesnn
nn In nllliiiAinlcii ni a I I h hici stmlii 1IIrorly protiTly y at lf < lri I t1 Spring Ilrlnl m4 in n m street streetIP Iroth
IP h lss to te thnn thul an hour hOlr niter Ifto the loss lo had been beenreported 1n 1nrcreJ benrcpirted
reported rcreJ Itotli the Ihl tldovesnrn Ihlli th1pyp are known knowl to the tlixpolice Ih theomlce
police 11 Icl MiiclHtmteOhnfitend I lrlhIOlnhtpnl yesterday y RtorJny held all
five rve itmthatton prisoners treoner lulWu II In 11 10IIU each eioa tor luitlwr lurtb r ex utmlDtoD CLitmthatton 11
tmlDtoD j
tOlUUC JOZJIf1 OlUlU vor JJH JJHJrothe 1051 1051llrothsr
UrothM Jrothe Doesnt Unoir Uno Why Wh He I II Mluit hlt U UShop Up UpShoP VPShiop4Jflers
Shop ShoP Shiop4Jflers UOors u to Hnttln lliln llnrk In k Arcminti ArcmintiJotliua Arcltn ArcltnJOlhu AccoarmtiJoshua
Joshua Gregg Ortli who ut Joshua To hul flregg Orlll A Co CoproprlotorH Colroprloln Coiropriotore
proprlotorH lroprloln of n I furniture fUMlturo houo at J5n 1m HUH HUHnvenne Hlth HlthnveOI Hiathavenue
avenue nveOI made Inlll an In asHlgnmout IHIIom6It on 01 Uutunlay Ilturtn am amdliappimred alli allidllnpfard anti antidisappeard
dliappimred from his hi usual uluII haunts hlunh went elt ent I Iwaslearnnd It ItM Itwa
waslearnnd wa M lelfnd tearmed yesterday rOltrII to tIme Adams dnl House Househotel 10u a aIlot1 i ihotel
hotel ut Tenth onth avenun IIIUUI itnd In Qatiseroort OOI voort street streetwhorohti ItrlelIllre streetttIurm3
whorohti Illre ttIurm3 hu remained until unti yeatunlay y al rlar morning morningThen mornhll mornitimThieti
Then hol hu loft the hotel holllalli and again nilln vanished 1111 ho < 1 from fromthe frol fromtime
the til publlu 1lllu view vlel In II which hu has been be on a afamiliar I afomnhhiar
familiar talllnr figure Ihlr for a I number nllhlr of years Yllf and andwhile alHIhle antiwhile
while hle It Is presumable Ilrlullblu that thll hU hi adviser ndIBMI know knowwhom kno knoIhlrlll knowwhere
whom Ihlrlll ho hm U his hli brother Hubert 10Lert Grogf lroll who whohis whohn whohma
his hma offered to umumo IMoUIO hU h hmi obligations oblhlton tald last lastuvenlng Intenlnl lastevening
evening enlnl that he h had hl < 1 boon unable InaLle to tEnth 111 him himalthough himallhou him hima1thoumh
although allhou he had Inl Leon Le n ondcavorlne onlelorlnr nil ni day 10Y to todo 10do todo
do so soJoshuu 80Jo soJoshua
Joshua Jo hUI Urvggit Urel assignment 10 hnrent to Clarence C UUoKlbbln CIloKlllln C1Kitibin
IloKlllln UoKlbbln wut II re roorIId roormimtd ordnd on Saturday latlrJay by Iv his hisattorney hi hialomer hisattorney
alomer attorney franklin Frllkln Bl Hen then n On Saturday 811urIIY owning owningMr eveningMr
Mr Gregg Or11111 and hU wllo Wll who had hll closed elo their theirhou thulrIlu their1100Cc
hou Ilu 1100Cc at 63 i West W t Klghtyfourth llhyfolrh street treltwtt went to tothe tothe totime
the Adams IIUI a house 10ose with wih w it It u I tall tll thin man UII who whorogUternd whorOlllr whoregistered
registered rOlllr ll them as J H Wilson WIon and wife wIo of ofKlluibeth ofIUbeth ofEiizabetim
Klluibeth IUbeth They remained remllnel mot of the time tme In Intheir InHllr Intheir
their Hllr room rOOl from trm rota 7 oclock Saturday SlturJny evening eveninguntil olnluunll evenInguntil
until unll yesterday morning rornlul ilr Ar Wilson Wlfu was wasnot wasnot 8 8not
not well w I At t 7 oclock ocock yesterday lJt rlla morning 10rnlnl Dr DrW Ir IrW Irp
W P 1 Cunningham Cuonlllhnm of Jttt IO West Fourteenth Fourteenthstreet ourtluth ourtluthtrut ourtoenthstreet
street trut called olluII to attend IttonJ him hll Time fh patient fntunt auf aufI su sut eufered
I fered t r d from lung luul trouble Im said saad and Intended Intendedlouring Int IntendedIotslng nl61 nl61101lnl
louring 101lnl for the tbl Adlrondacks dlroilboks In two hourn hourI Ho Hodeclined 10 10teolned lIedeclined
declined to have hlve hU hit lungs 11nl examined eumlnlll telling tellingDr tlnl tellIngDr
teolned Dr Cunningham lnnllhnl that tat he ht had alreadyconsulted alreadyconsultedtwo nlrolIcontultll nlrolIcontultlltwo
two lr New York physicians lhYllolls about Iloul them tWI but ho howi hO howished
wi wished Ithed hi d treatment trAltlont for imother Inothr complaint eompalt Dr DrCunningham Ir IrOunllllhluo DrCunnhtighamn
Cunningham Ounllllhluo prescribed Ilrltcrlb1 for him and nrll had the themeillcluu tht timemeitciLie
meillcluu metcluu sent tn In from from a I neighboring olhlorlnl drug drugstore de itrugstore ¬
store storeAbout storeAbout
Itoreout About out l It oclock oololk Mr Ir Urt Irepg ireg r left tlm hotel holll in InORb a athe acab
ORb tihmortly after 2 oercl ooIck Illhu in liii IllrIO IllrIOth tifternon tifternontlmm
the th tall tnl thort thin man ml 1 who whl had Ild brought him there thereculled Ihrl thereCalieii
culled and took tool Mrs hs rM Gregg rcIIII away uwiiyItobrt awayltobrt >
Itobrt Iobrt nll Qrogg Groll who more then a generation Iplratol generatIonago
1 ago founded 10Uldll at 1 Bowery 1ory the th business buelll to towhich towhleh towhich
BIO which his younger roul r brother succeeded IlcreelloJ Uftexn Uftexnyears Irtfn Irtfn1Iarello Utttemtyears
years ago guM saMlot last evening elenlnl that thlt he had sought soughtIds soughtliii OIht
1Iarello Ids brother nil day aided huIed by various orlou friends friendsbut frtenl friendabut
but blt 11 without wihout 11 success IICCIM Mr Ir Blen Ilun Koburt Iobrt Gregg Greggsaid Grt11 Greggsaid
said aid amid Ild K I J Leonard LJnat manager rallllr inamiugerot ot Joshua JoshuaGreggs J01huaOfII JoThuaGreggs
Greggs OfII flrm Irm 1 wore oru among amon those thosl who ho also alsosought nlso1011ht alsoaomigtit
sought his brother brotherllobert brotherI brotherUobert
1011ht llobert I bert ht Gregg Grlli said lall that Ihlt hU brothers assign assignment assIgnruent slln sllnment ¬
ment was wno unnecessary InOctAnrr and ni unwise unwl l He Il did didDot dh1nOl didnot
Dot know why It had hn < 1 been made 01110 He le hail hl < 1 sup supposed 8UIr suppos ¬
pos posed d that the relations rlnUon between btIWl1 hlins hlllt hImself lf and andhis Ild Ildhil andhis
his r hil brother were such that Joshua would ouhl Imvu Imvuconflited hlVl tmiivscontitoti
conflited < 1 In him If dlflleultles dllcultll arose ArOAt Ills Illsbrothers 10 Illsbrothers
conlII brothers brolhrsllllblenls indebtedness to him stated RlntAI at lt about about175XK
175000 he h knew about I bout naturally ualurlir but blt ho be belleved bAteleJ belEaved
lEaved the other liabilities labltt combined combIDllmounled combIDllmounledleel amounted amountedtoless amountedtoless
toless teleJ leel than half hal that sum and the business businesswas bUKlloto
was as prosperous Irsperuslnd and th the firms Irml credit excellent excellentHa lolent lolentIletoo excellentlie
Ha stood ready he said although althoulh not a merit memberof mEm mEmberof meritberof
Iletoo berof the tlrm to hold holl himself hlmlel TO rosnonslblw Jonlbl for forthx torIht forthe
the Iht book boo uocounts 10COUOU of his hl brothers brlhPR firm tlrmIio 10 firmIto
Ito was a not 10t ready ldY to say morn than that thatyesterday IhotretordlY thatyesterday
yesterday 10 retordlY The fh honor hOD or of the firm Irm that Im Imestablished h heIablshe1 lii liiestablished
established eIablshe1 and the name of his hit brother brotherIt
It appeared 11lrlJ weighed with Mr Ir Gregg Orll In coming comingto cOlln cOllnto
to this tbll determination detormlnaton hut while whlo he hI did < 11 not ntelr ntelrto care careto carsto
to particularize prticullrize It seemed that he deemed It Itbest Itbat Itb9st
best not to obligate ohlllt himself for possible sslblu acts nel ot othlrt 01tl offlips
flips brother of which hleh he had hl1 no knowledge knowledgeJoshua knowlodlo knowlodlo10shuR knowiodgoJO8liU5
tl 10shuR Joshua Gregg Orlll Is II about Ibout 51 years Yllrs old oll a u score scoreof storl sooricor
of OHara yean younger rounl6r than Itobert ItobertnOAIW lobert lobertnOanIl liobertIJOARI
Criticisms Crltctnu by b Commissioners Cormlulonfr nt Accounts AccountsLetter Aecoanll AccoentaLetter
Letter Leter From the Comptroller ComptrollerThe Clmplroler ClmplrolerTho
The re re511t results ults of the examination exmlnntlon which whl h the thaCommissioners themmlesloneu theCommIssioners
Commissioners of Account made mlde hut month monthInto monthInlo monthInto
Into the t1 books bok of the School S hol Board of Manhat Manhattan Manhattan anhat anhattan ¬
tan and the Bronx are ar set forth In a report rtrt by bytha b bthe bythe
the Commissioners to Mayor lror Van Wyck which whichwas whichf whichwas
was f made public publo yesterday re terday The Th Commission Commissioners Comml 510n 510ntr810Intll ¬
ers tr810Intll Cr pointed out In their report roPQrt that the th book bookkeeping bok bokkeepln bookkeeplngsystem ¬
keeping keeplngsystem system s1etfm of ofthe the board bOlrd ls haven very Incomplete Incompleteand Incompleland
and Inaccurata Inncourlt Photographic Ihotolrnlhlo reproductions reproductionsare reprOucton reprOuctonlre
are lre given Ihen of one on leaf of a scrapbook Acrlpbook record of ottha ofthl ofthe
the thl length lenllh of service serloe of teacl tencler teachers > era and Ind of n 1 page pageof PIO PIOof eagoof
of a payroll payol showing Iholnl mistakes mltkl In calculation calculationmade calcuiltnl calculationmale
made by I Inexperienced IUlxperloncpd clerks oltrl The Commis Commissioners lnlmlsIlonts Comumissinners ¬
sinners Ilonts suggest IUIet that the payrolls payols be made mMl out outby outby outby
by clerks oler not by teachers teacllrl and that II lt they b bmade bt be bemade
made ou 11rlnt printed < forms It t U It also 110 pointed Ilnl J out outthut outIlt 0111tiit
thut tiit time auditors audior force lore Is II too to small Imnl to perform performthe lerformntime erformtht
the tht Ilt duties of the th office properly properlyCompttollerColer prolrlyComptoller properlyCompttohier
CompttollerColer Comptoller Compttohier Colr ohr hassentaeopy has sent I a ropy of the re report r rIorl report ¬
port to the tht Hoard oad of Education J ucatol with ILh a letter lolor In Inwhloh II litwhich
which Iorl ho says that Ihl Important Impoltnnt Improvement Improvenwnl811 In Inthu Iathiti
thu methods methot of book lok and III record keeping kloplnl rhould rhouldl houl1b
l bit made mlle and especially 1 clnlr that Ih t teachers hlches records recordsshould rocoulIhould roesodeshould
should be kept tn II permanently I > tmlnentr bound olnd hoolcs hoolcsalphabetically hokRlrhlhetcalY hoksaljhmitetically
alphabetically Indexed Indn el not In scrimp books booksThe Iok Ioklhe e eThe
The Comptroller Comtlwlur ConIltrLilferass astis uor for suggestions rUllNstoul from the thaboard thl thehoaril
board lhe which ho will wil consider con hler betoro oro Issuing Issuingdirections ISlulul issuingdirections
directions dlructou8 for a change ohlnl61n In tho methods methodsIIAXUMIOUX mUlhots mUlhots1lOU methodsIAyulJwU
JfsiTT N ay May ln Send SI Out n STarshIp nrhln to Illow IllowUp 110 110VI fllowUp
Up the th Alfarettn tareU H 1 Snurc SnurcA nlrp nlrpA
A number of Incoming hloomlnl steamers Ilonmp At this thil port porthave porthave ort orthle
have recently recont reported reporll the righting Fllhtn at various variouspoints vnrioulfolnt variouspointa
points folnt off of the coast ot the thl abandoned nbnndonld Amer American mer merIan merloan ¬
Ian lumberladen Ilmberladeo schooner schonr Alfaretta Ataretla 8 Snare HnaroThey Hnlrl SnareThey
They say a that shuts shl she II one of the mot danger dangerous dnllter dnllterOUI ¬
ous Cu derelicts dereicis now afloat nnoll and nOi In consequence consequenceof cnlQlenCe cnlQlenCeof
of this the Navy avy Department has hls Intimated Intmlld to toAdmiral toAdmirl toAdmiral
Admiral Admirl Philip Phiip of the Navy nv avy Yard Yld lu II Brooklyn Brooklynthat lroklo lroklothlt lirooklynthat
that thlt It may require him to t send out a warship warshipto warhip warhipto
to blow up the wreck wreckThe IvreekThe wreckTime
The Alfaretta Altlrett 8 Hnara was wn abandoned abandonedorf AbandonlJol
oil Cape Cod Nov ov 12 Rlnce then she sheha ehehI sitehas
ol ha hI has CRle ben 1 n sighted Illhted CI frequently frQItnty drifting rrltnr about aboutwith nboutwlh aboutwith
with her hfr decks uwaih Iwah and only the th stump of ofher 01her ofher
wlh her foremost foremCst standing nnl out of o the water Slia Sliahas Shohu lme lmehas
has drifted drlnll at times tnHI up UL toward the Nova o Scotln Scotlncoasts 800ta cotlaCoasts
coasts 00111 and then down along alonl our ocean eo 1011 1011covlrlnl cutlets cutletscovering ts tscovering I
covering covlrlnl a course cour altogether Illolelhnr or about Iholt KM miles milesIn mle mleIn milesIn I
In length I nlth Ihe ihio ho was wn last In t seen Aeel by t the thl tank tanksteamer talk talkRteam tanksteamer
steamer Rteam r Standard ttan < lar1 which arrived yesterday yesterdayand 1RIIY 1RIIYand restsrhmmyand
and which sighted slllt 1 the derelict lerolcl on Friday FridayIn Jrlday JrldayIn
In latitude lOiVi 1ni lonsltuln lonllull longltu Ia ttnO IfO about aboutIJOO nhoutllO aboutioO
llO IJOO milns ml 1 to time southeast sOllhpa t of this port porton Iorton von vonon
on the ho regular relllnr steamer lane Site Hh was WIS drifting driftingto < rltlnJ
to the t Ie southward at the rate mtl of two knots nn nnhour runhour 1
hour The hl steamer Rlemtr Ludwig Iullwll sighted the Ihf derelict derelicton derelct derelcton
on D DAI0 Dec c 10 when whln duo Iho was AR about nlout 2M fU miles mtellparer mtellparerthf nearer nearerthe nearerthe
the thf Massachusetts 31asnohusett coast and sho imo was wn reported reporteda reporlolnumhlr
a number numhlr of time tme between that time and the thepresent thopr1ent timeprosentin
present pr1ent prosentin In Intermediate positions positionsituxa pllons pllonslUNU poitionshUNG lmo
hUNG lUNU HIMSELF 11EIP IX TIIK Tll r noons noonsJntnei QOODaJamu flOOISJames
James Got Gof Wns W Despondent Ippundnt ISecuni leol lie lieWBS I ireWe
WBS We Out it of Unrk UnrkMousrr uiyk uiykMotsr 1k 1kMoul
Mousrr Moul VEBXON EnS01 N Y Feb 12Tha 12Thf body of ofJames ofJlme ofJames
James Jlme Goff Gor7 27 years onrA old said nld to be thru son on of ofKdward ofl ofEdward
Edward l 1ard Goff oor a clothing elothlnl merchant merchlnt o 01 Quebea QuebeaCanada QuebeaClnaJn QuebecCanada I
Canada ClnaJn was found this thll morning mornlnr hanging hnDlhll from fromn tromcedlr
n cedar cedlr tree In tho woods near nOlr the thl old 01 Kings Kingshighway Kingshighway JIR JIRhhthwar
highway In Pelham lelhlm Manor his Tht body was ills discovered dil dilIverod illsuoverod ¬
covered by Porclval Cruder Cruter and Charles CharlesNichols Chulef Charleslchois
Nichols who were gunning Ilnnlnl It I was BUS BUSponded Sl aimspsnded
ponded ndl by a clothes hue Hlu and nld had evidently eldenlY eldenlYbln evidentlytteHn
been l bln linn hnnilnl hnnstIn trlng only onl oniya a few hours hoursThe hOlrH hOlrH1M imoimraThe
The police learned lelrno1 thnt Golf ran away Iwny from fromhU fromhil fromhis
hU hil 1M home plce In II Canada Clnnd1 when hn hn A was VIK about Ilolt 17 17years 17YOln 17years
years olil and that for u I number nlm blr of years rlar ho howas h hWil howas
was YOln employed nIl In New X w York ork Hn I afterward afterwardCrttno nllrwlr nllrwlrclme atterwarulcame
came Wil to Mount Iount Vernon nnd worked for Peter PeterBhorldnn 1tertherllnu leterShoriulan
Bhorldnn clme therllnu a contractor eontllotor rrnn and 11 John II 1 Brett Bret u ufeed usfeed
feed merchant merchllt Ot o Into ho h hit had hlli been hetn out Olt of ofwork ofwork ofwork
work and nl despondent Ho 10 was last Ilt seen hero horoon hor heroOTt
on Sunday afternoon orlrOon and appeared aptnroll to tu be begroaly haIr111 begroitiy
groaly Huntay dejected Goff Cor hnd hil a sister MI lor who Is Ismarried I Imarrtell lmnarrett
Ir111 married to a broker In Brooklyn BrooklynatiKn Brook IhrooklynnjiI Irn IrnIHlm
atiKn TiiKinnni 7IIWlWl TJIAIV T114 lV inxoow inxoowDcifitrr IrIXDOPVDeserter IVDOI IVDOIDelclfr
Deserter Delclfr Triad Ir11 to Ksrnpn scnpe nt II Trenton Trlnlnn nml nmlNenrly nnl nnllrly nnmtrnrIy
Nenrly lrly SuecfeitBd SuecfeitBdChief SUIclpIIChltt 1ueceuiolCitlefof
Chief Citlefof of Police 101c Miller ller of Hoadlng lolllnl Pn called callednt c11J c11Jat
at Pollca lolcI HcndqiiartorH IcIIIlllrtor lu II this Ihlr city yt yuterday yuterdayohm > terday terdayon lortay
on 01 hlswiy his WiY way to FortSlocum Fort Fdocmlmn locll with wih Hurry larry O soy Suydsr soyder l
dsr de a deserter whom hi 10 wished to hand over overto overto
to the hit military mltlrv authorities nuthorllPI and 111 told loll how nearly nearlyhe Ilnrb Ilnrbhe
he had hld lost lo t his hi prisoner frlolor on the way WiY Snyder fiuydergetaway tlrler tlrler10t Snydergot
getaway got awaY from flol tho fort ou Jim JUI 21 on 01 rorty fortyeight rortyItht rortyeight
10t eight hour houl leave nnd 111 weal WlnL to his hi home hOll In InReading tnneadln Infleading
Reading Itht He le did not return nnd Chief Miller Millerarrested 1jor 1jorBrro Ihilerarrottetl
Brro arrested tll him himOn h bluntOn 11
On the tlo way VII hero yesteray yelier yeller ny when whOn the Ih train trainstopped trnll trainatoppd
stopped IIOpel1 at Trenton hnyder dived through tbrolh a awindow nwildow awindow
window wildow anti Inll made off 01T Miller 11 jumped JUI1 off nr tilt thntrain Ih Ihtril tiltt
t train ami an ti < J caught him Ii inn after r ii < i uha cla1 ctulc f of > f 1 mu mile milealong mll mllnlonl in m is isalone <
along tril nl the track tk Chief Cllet Miller ller loft Mulberry Mulberrystreet Mmmlitirrrstreet lllhcrrl
nlonl Itrot street for New ew llochello llochelloM Hochela HochelaClIUIU ItocheileefLrdSIUX
ClIUIU < M itiv wv 0 TIII 71 u uItuflalo I 1 I t tItuftaio 1 1lufnlo
Ituflalo lufnlo Express Kfrel lilts ll n llcht JI ht irnglue Jnlln at atHobokrnTrnntc nlluIukfnTranle athlohokenTraflic
HobokrnTrnntc luIukfnTranle Dilnyxl DilnyxlTrafllo 11111 11111Ir8nle lutiisyciilrafllo
Trafllo Ir8nle on the Delaware lnuknwana IlukaIID nnd nndWestern nndWo nailWeeteram
Western Wo tPlltalmad llailroad iaiIroat was delayed dpllyoll for more than thannn thul thulnn tbitman
nn hour hOlr yesterday eaterIIY morning mornlnl by ly n collision collisionwhich loll COllIoiiwhIli iol iolwhl I
which whl h occurred ocurd at 17 7 oclock oll k between tha thl Buffalo BuffaloKx lufllt luflltf I
Kx f press pr and IBI nn a ii engine Inltll un gi lit about aholt t two hiindre hiindreyards huuJr1lnls hit a ii rel relinrds I
yards west r of tlm t lu depot ml ejit In I ii llnboken 101011 I fhtik mum lnglm lnglmSn hucll tui ci it itNi > I
Sn Ni lnls Oil I I I had 111 brought Iroul brou iii II In I mm a truln trll I from fr1 Srmth SrmthOrange fth fthOmniIlnll itit Ii IiI
Orange OmniIlnll I 1 rmmn ice nnd mu nut was WI standing HtnruHna us arid I ng r fl cu > ti the t ito trnek 111 I ak when whenthe svhusuuI 11
the Ih I lit Buffilo I hmtTi ho FAiress 1lr lc orie iume ua lln in ii nloiu nlll ni ti t nnd it nil ran r n Intn IntnIt 111 111I I mm Ii Iiit
It throwing Hio I ho tender of l th tue nglnn naln right side sideiiu iiithetmoacrots 11
I lt tmoacrots iiu throwlll across two tracks Noone o one was wo Iniurcd IniurcdCall Inlred InlredCl inmuredCaiis
Call Cl Itself JeU the th Social Hocnl Trogress Irar League LeagueA 1fniIf 1fniIfA
A central oentrlilbor labor body bOil which was WIS formed about aboutnwoek Ih011t mibotitis
a week weel ago 110 at 2H B Kast l t Fortyflrst 1ortyfrt street In Inopposition Inoppo Inopposltloii
opposition oppo ltol to the Central Federated FIlerlo1 Union 1nlon has hasdecided luuII hissulelIeui
decided II cllc1 to locnllhpl call Itself the SoHid llllrOIr Prr irogrnes > Krnssleacrun KrnssleacrunD loall I eagumn eagumnI
D I I bus h liii us np nplolnl fl piointed > olnted d a I eommtttee luIum Ollnl tn ttte ou 11 uut constitu constitution cOI comist IIII t a aI ¬ I
tion I Is ri nml 111 platform which lmleii has h3 prepared lire pi roth a list listof lt ltot I iit iitof
of tlttyone tlltorl municipal Ilnlclal State blll nnd 111 tmtl national lalolll d dmancls ultu ultumantis
mantis IIYon About Alut ten unions InioM joined tho now body bodybut bOllyblt hotlybut
but blt It watt Mated 101 yesterday e tord y that It will II not act acton at aton acton
on the demands which have linen en proposed proposeduntil proposeJntlit proposeduntil
until ntlit U has haltr liLly trado tr lu unions oloD aiuilatoa IWIIOI with It It
xiir lm 1111 iiii TO TOIts JWALIZr LLU4L1ZI NIflrlU tlV411fl1X0 tlV411fl1X0x1111311JtN
11 x1111311JtN x1111311JtNI lT l lIl
I Its Il Ilirpuin JlrltUf to Mcenio JI Io Them Thell anti link linkThem Makeihimumim nk nkhll
Them hll n Hourrn UIUt of llcvnnua nwenlo to the NUI NUIA IHatI 8tleA
I A lroin lropmseI rd Ameiidmiint AIIllllt t t4 tsu the Constl Constltiitlon CunlUI Coimsiltuuthamt
I tiitlon IIU AliiilMiIng hilhlll Capital Clpltnl Iunlihuinnt IunlihuinntI luuulihmumumttAm1lAXY ullhult ullhultI
I ALUINT ALIJXTllb Feb 12 lWtI 2Vhmhlu Wldlu Assemblyman mbllono Her Herton 31orttI 3Iortumm
I ton ttI P I LuwlBlH luwll LowI Is anxious IlxoUR to put Plt an In mm end rld topubll topublli to Ilublo IlubloI habib habibspfirrimmg
i uparrlng I 1l rll exhibitions 1hlhltOIR In this thl State ABuumbly ABuumblyman Alitlbly Alitlblymll
I man mll Bonjnmln 1lIIllln A Babcock Ullcoek of f St t Lnwroiio Lnwroiiocounty LfIOI Litwrumimoecounty
county mm would Id prumoto Irmoto thoui thom in II n I snurcu nOlrlu o oroveaun or orr ofrevenue
revenue r cnu to time State IHII With that end In view vlu lu lubus h6hu hohits
bus Introduced Introllucll it I bill 11 that Is I decidedly unlqili unlqiliIn 111111 umulonilii
In II Its Il provisions IlrolI1lold It I provides IroItI that thlt II domes domestin 10111 10111tt dummiestiti
tin tt Incorporated Inoorloriioll athletic athleto association nnoolalon deslr deslrInn Lellr LellrhIl deuiirlag
Inn hIl to conduct sparring 8tlrrlll exhibitions exhlllton with wltlcloves withI wIthgioves
cloves Iove of not lets Ie than tlun live n Ie ounce ounceIn OU1101 ourmoOsIn
I In weight wullht In a I building bulliul owned oWlld or leased 101e by I Iforothletlo It Ittor Itfor
forothletlo for Ithl mtthistio to purposes shall shal procure Irooure a license llcensifrom loel8u loel8urol licensefronm
from rol the State Stltu Comptroller Complrolor which Is tocos tocosJ50 to cost costO
J50 O a I rear but before letor It Is II Issued bl16d the club clulmust clubIUt clubnmust
must IUt file fu a bond lonll of 5000 OO to guarantee Ilnrotce tin tinpayment thelJllnt timeptuymuent
payment lJllnt of all 01 fees t e8 prescribed 1reecrlhed These fees feeiconsist tel4 tel4cOOtl8t feesconsist
consist cOOtl8t of If a I tax tn of 10 0 per Pr cent on tho gross IrII re recelpts rechJ receltts
celpts chJ ot each loch sparring plrrn exhibition ehibiton held which whlclshall whl whichshall h hehal
shall ehal ba laid i aid by the association aloelnlon nt it the tlmt tlmtot lmo lmoot timimoof
ot thu exhibition ehlhilol to some person por oo Jeslir Jeslirimte leal deslgmiateti
Ited miateti imte l by tho Comptroller COIPtroler to receive re the the thimoney thl themiioaoy
money 101 The lhl ngent fJnt of the Comptroller CODItrolur 18 18lobI iiito t tto
to lobI ba on hand at II the time tme of tho bout and Rntl Is to tchave tohll toimmtvo
have hll authority authoriy to tl examine exmine and Investigate Inltlatl the thebooks theIookl thebooks
books Iookl and papers of the thl association u oilton and anlllR lanlst lanlstto Is also nlsoto alsoto
to bo 10 permitted 11erulttd to be at tho door whore whorl tli tlitickets the tbetek1 thetickets
tickets tek1 are received rtcelot A failure fBlure to pay the taj tajor tmcor taxor
or any Oi attempt ntoDJt to commit Iommlt fraud In evading onllnl the thepayment thep8YUlont timepmmynment
payment of the thl full ful percentage furcontolo will wi bo entH entHdent 811 sutticient
dent cent cause CIU for revoking reoklll thelicense the lcenlo license The Theraoneyu ltmoruormeys he hemone
raoneyu mone collected col de1 are to t bo 10 distributed tlllrlblted by the theCommissioner theComml theCommnivslonumr
ot Agriculture the theagricultural thealrfculturnl timeagricultural
Commissioner Comml 9onor Alrlcullut among 11 on I
agricultural alrfculturnl societies Holull the same 811e as 8 are ae the thefees IhefUll timefees
fees fUll received r ehed from tror racing rlrlnl associations associationsAssemblyman 190clatonl associationsAssemblyman
Assemblyman Auemblrlan MInton Intoll of Now York has hasbrought Iml htii htiibrotighit
brought broulht down upon him the th displeasure dlspllure ot hid hidDemocratic hi hileUocrltu hie1emocratte
Democratic leUocrltu colleagues oolellues and for the second secondtime secondtime ecod ecodtmo
time tmo thU thl session s elon thoy have severely sat lit upon uponhim UI uponhim
him Mr MInton lnto1 a few weeks ago alO Introduced Introduceda Introlilood Introlilooda
a resolution retolulon protesting IOlelnl against nillnft Italian Italan laboron laborontha Ibrol Imtbnroathis
this th rapid roult transit Iranlit tunnel sy Ir system t tinl m In New e1 York Yorkcity Yorkclt Yorkcity
city clt which hl h brought such ulh a storm from trm thus thnminority thAmlnorltv thusminority
minority loaders loator8 about Mr I Mlntonit Inlont ears eal that thatho thatho thatbmo
ho hastily hl lly realized renlzel that thlt he hI had made mole a mistake mlstakoand mlltko mlltkoao mistakeanti
and l offered amendment amendmentMr
ao < otMl1 nn nmtndment nmtndmentlr
Mr lr MinIon 11 tOi tonight tonllht called caled up his amended amendedresolution amendedr munendedresolution
resolution r loluton providing Irofldlnl that no alien alln labor Ilbor shall shallbo ehallbe shaltbe
be employed on the rapid transit trnsit system and andthat lod lodthat antithat
that Congress COnlre9 pass n8 stricter emigration emllrnton laws lawsHn IIW8 IIW8Ho lawsIto
Hn alone spoke in favor of the resolution resoluton and andtold andtohlot andtold
told tohlot of the dangers JlrlNrS of the Importation of this thiskind thisk thiskInd
k kind I ot of < t labor by Em contractors o m traolort to the detriment detrimentof
of 0 American mrllan workmen rkmcn Ho denounced dCnouneJ the thapriseut ther theImusit
priseut r nt laws III Bllotwc all tl contract natrat labor laborJir Inlor InlorJr laborr
Jir Jr r TratnorMld TrnlMr Fal all nothing lothln could coul1 be nccom nccomplUiied ncol aceomp1Iimeti
plUiied lht11 by ihresolution II lii r rpsohuthoii oolutol and he was wa tired frellor of ofthi ofthis i iIhl
thi this com contnitmal mml lit tmtrlremmec rf renefi with time thl duties duler of ofCongress ofCr ofCoigress
Congress Cr A UH I gave 11 Mr Ir MInton lnlol aside I a sile side thrust thrustIn thru t tIn
In li 1 mat mMlol nuamtor tar nf legislation IOlilln for the State and andnation on1ntlon antination
nation ntlon iv < saying a111 that some men Ien come toAI toAIs 10 AI AIIllnr Allaity
Illnr laity OUl anti tnll Ilnul Ihnsulrlill themselves lii time wronl wrong sphorl sphere spheremis
M they ought to te 10 onlres ongrese le lie WA was s op oppowd Opt OptIId opposed
posed IId to the 11l tht principle ot tho resolution resolutionOn re olulon olulonOn
On th time question of the thl adoption of the reso resolution rl resolotion ¬
lotion lulon Mr Ir qupIon MinIon Intnl Mr Ir S ntnpton F I Hyman Irman of New NewYork NewYork ew ework
York ork city nnd III Mr Ir W J 1 StiHlvan of Utica ltoa were werthe weruthe weretime
the only ones one to t rote tn ii the affirmative affirmativeFor alrmlln alrmllnlor
For the Ih hEist I time In his hi career care r as an In Assem Assemblyman AI Assemblyman ¬
blyman Mr Harburger succeeded In having
hrlan r eucceeled hllnl a aresolution areolulon areoiution
resolution reolulon udoptwl by the House lol e Tonight Tonliht n nbobbed he hebobbed hisbobtiel
bobbed up UI as is 10 usunl 1t111 with him every Monday Mondaynight 3iomuthaylmigiit Iolllay IolllayIhht
night Ihht with a I resolution rl80Iuton It I was to the Ihl effect effectthat Irpct Irpcttbnt effectthat
that the th legislators lIIIMof are nrl In session dally dalr except excepton
on CI time Sabbath nlbath but blt ns lawmakers Inwnllkors they Ih do not notforget nottorl mintforget
forget torl t the Ih anniversaries IlnhrsRrlel of the natal natll day darof ln of the theemancipator theemnncllator theemancIpator
emancipator emnncllator American Amtrlcnn of Americans Anerlcnn AtnericansAbruslmam AtnericansAbruslmamLincoln Abnilmm AbnilmmLincoln Abrlllltl AbrlllltlIlncoln
Lincoln who can cln be 1 classed ollNell with the 111 father ot othis othi ofhisonuntry
his hi hisonuntry country tounlry George UOOrll Washington Washingtoni WaehIDton WaehIDtonTh ashingtonThe
Th The i ut i I mesouthnmi trpijiuiuiu olulon wn was wu unlnlmouslv umnnnlnmomisiv iimiuiiijutiBi v niiuiitMi niiuiitMinnd adopted adoptedamul lnpteda1
nnd a1 the members mlml rH applauded ol > plaullJ Mr Ir Harburger Harburgerwhufelt Inrblrlr Inrblrlrh Ilarburgerwhim
whufelt whim h felt sn plated Inl Hint llat ho announced Innounced to ypeaTcer 4pemuicerdxonthmat Pnk r rIlon
Mxontlmt Ilon Ihat If I he II lund hOI the thl say saymtt at 11 the next Itepub ItepubI llpub llpubIc Ziepubhican
I lean Ic 1 State SIIII tziteennentIon convention onvlnlol ho would nominate nomlnall Mr MrNixon MrIxoti Ir IrIIOI
Nixon IIOI Ixoti for Governor GovernorAssemblyman Guvpror Guvprorh isivernorssimbiymutnt
Assemblyman h Dlllrmln Hatch Ilteh has Introduced Introdlco1 a con concurrent ooncurrent eoncurrent ¬
current resolution resoluton amending the constitution constitutiono contlllol
10 5 o as n to provide pmIle for the Ihl abolishment aloishnlnt of capita capitapunishment npttll npttllIluIIhmehtII1 apttmsltmirmlslumemt
punishment IluIIhmehtII1 and making uIRk111 murder mlllIlr In thu llrst llrstdegree lNt lNttelre tlrstulegrest
degree telre Minlihable 1lllohallt by llfu 1l Imprisonment hnprl onn1nt This Thisli fhlsIs
li a I dillareti dITHIIt cnuran enur ol procedure Iro odln taken takenthan takenthln takenthan
than thln that Ih of Mr Maher lhr who also almod almodto Ilno1
to alwlish aboloh capital lallll punishment Ilunllhmnt but lul did didio dl ul mul mulpo I
io o by b amending Itntnl tho penal lalll code Mr Ir Hatch Hatchpavs IINIn Ilatemisays
says n bo baa hll favoiable Calolllie assurHnce1 n cot alnCl1 for his hisAmendment hi hinmendmNlt lulsainenfimemut
Amendment from a number tumbAr of members who whoaro whoare ho hoaro I
aro oplOcd opod tn amending amoltnl the th penal nal code MrO liv livnliolishlng hvnloIhhlll livntoUshmtng
nliolishlng nloIhhlll capltnl caplll punishment vunl hmtnt but blt who will willvote willOC 11
vote 010 for a IPrllopd proposed ennstltutlnual p < nWIIIHIII amendment amendmentthat ImonJmcnt ImonJmcnttm
that will wil permit 1lrml the people plorl to t decide ty t their theirvotes thllr thllrot ttttuirvotes
votes tm ot whether they Ih r wnnt mUl murder In time th first llrstdegree Ir firstdegtee t tIluiahell
degree ftmialied Iluiahell t bv > v thn Ih loath 11111 penalty r Dly Should Shouldthe HhouldIho Shouldthe
Iho the Hatch ltdl resolution rfluUOI tin A nuecessful Ktcerul it will wi bo botwo hI hotwo
two retIre r lrt before 1Iorl It can go 1 Into effect and nndtlu andIhloloN aridthirofore
tlu IhloloN < raforo cannot eallHlt help h lf any nlY persons llr on at lt present presentunder Ire ltroserttsmmmder ont ontIndr
under Indr sentence 6tltcnel of death Time h Codes Commlt Commltteb Commi
teb t b has hal not made mnll n r rtot retort t > ort on Mr lr Matters Inher bill billhut bil bilbut billbut
but tomorrow tnmorrtW Mr I r Maher Iahlr will I mom to dis discharge dl dlOlllfl discharge ¬
charge Olllfl the thl committee comrltl from the t further con consideration conFllprntol consideration ¬
sideration of his hi bill I which will wi give 110 the thefomlly As AstomMy Ascomily
tomMy Fllprntol an opportunity orfortunl i to goon IO go 01 on record recor10n on this thisu thl8Iu thisIUCittOfl
Iu IUCittOfl u < Mtlon ton despite Je pltl theaotlou Ihl time notlu aotiou of the thl aommlttea aommltteaIn oommile
nnln making favorable f ornble rt rt31r
In voting nvalnst t nlfklnl a report reportMr re reportMr
Mr otn lt linry < > nrr Introduced In the A Aembly eembly to tonight toollht toahitimt ¬
night ollht a bill requiring relllrlnl the Ih registration relltrton of oleo oleotrlclnns 0110 olotrielminus
trlclnns trlclnl tl Mr Ir Hvnry suys lrS the bill hi U I In the thanature thsnltlre thenmitmmro
nature nltlre of n I protection pof clon against 1Ilinsl tire frl as R It Is to toprevent toprorlnt toytrevent
prevent Incompetent persons ronl from tampering tamperingwith Ilmrrlna tamperingitim
with Ith electric InpollIIlt Unlit Ilht wires I In II buildings bulJlnls where wherelectricity whereelctrloltr whereelectricity
electricity Is I u UII UIIAootlwr ussul ussulAnothter t > d dAnother
Another tilll hi by Mr Ir Henry n nry provides rorllf that when whena whel
a naturalized oltlrll7ol votercasts otcrI I his hlllr1 hiI llrnt vote his natur naturnltEatlon nalurnlzatoul naturahization
nltEatlon papers > ulr must be bf endorsnd endorsIIIehowlnl showing Ihs thsdistrict Ihsl thadistrict
district nlzatoul l trlct In II which he voted nnd the tl following followingyear fololvlnl followIngyear
year a hu hO must mu t present llilnt the naturalization nlturnlton papers paperswith palere paperswith
with the endorsement endorsementHnator endorsementtnator mtnl
Hnator pnlol Fnley rolEY tonight Introduced a resolu resolution rMolutol resotutiort ¬
tion oaor requesting rOflleslnl by lr March llrch 5 tho following tolowln In Information Inlormaton information
formation tol lormaton from the Secretary Scetry of 0 State tlte the theState thl thet4tAtic
State lalJ Itallroad lalrlIIommIH Commission lon and the Mayors Inora ot otNew 0 0e ofYork
New e York ant In < 1 Buffalo BuffaloFirst 8ulrllo 8ulrllonr UtmiTaloFirstA Inl
First nr FirstA tA A list 16t of railroads mi rand anti elevated oloIIAt and nndstreet nnr andstreet
street surface railways In cities of tho first firstons firstonss
rlways CltAS Irst Irste
ons e 18A for the tht construction conAtructon nnd nld operation opernlol ot otwhich otwhich ofwhIch
which franchises fr8nhl A have been granted JranteJ but which whichhave wnlchhlle whichhave
have hlle not ot boon constructed COItrucled or If partly con constructed conlrlcto construetod ¬
structed the extent Ixtnl of such construction constructionSecond constructIonheeonttt
OOlltrlclon OOlltrlclontoconI1
lrlcto Second toconI1 heeonttt A list 11 oflrallroads olrliroad and elevated elovlted and andstreet Inr andstreet
street surface surllce railways In such cities clt R forth forthconstruction for the theeon theconstructIon
construction eon and Inll rlllIIr8 operation nf which franchises franchiseshave fMnchll frutruchisesliars 1
have lruclon ben hEn granted and Ind which have been hlen con constructed conRlrllcted conatrpeteti ¬
structed Ilvl but which am not operated o rntd or It Itpartly I itvartly
partly operated tli tits portion operated operatedThird opratet operatedThuiruilhu
Third ThlrI1hlocnton Thuiruilhu oPrlel Tho location of the I e routes rOlle the dates datesot IIt IItot datesof
ot tho granting irantnl nf time th franchlHes francll el by whom whomgranted whomIrfnll whomgranted
granted Irfnll null whether the corporations lOrPrlUonl con controlling contrllni controiiirmg ¬
trolling trllni them I were Iro organized Irrlnl7el under general generallaws uneraltnlut generallaws
laws or special statutes statutesTho statutesThe tnlut
The resolution rusolutol was wn referred to the thl Railroad RailroadCbmmlttHo Rllrold RllroldrorrIUI RailroadComimunittets
CbmmlttHo rorrIUI Senator Foloy 10101 Foloysays says StS many mlny street streetand etreutanti lrtt
and 111 surface 8lrfac railroads rllroall In New CIV York ork city cty hold holdfranchise 10h 10hfruchlt hoistfrummeluies
franchise fruchlt for streets slrte upon which hlch thtyn Ih they r nor nerInlrnj norhnmtenul vor vorintend
intend to build th Ihreb reby shutting KhuUlnl out Olt the con construction conslructon consfrumctlomm ¬
struction of ut rondlson roamtsomi such uch streets arl by other com companies comp1101 cornpanics ¬
slructon panics p1101 He rOIr1 thinks such rights rllhln now IOW hold heh to toconstruct 10CODtruct toconatruct
construct ture tureThe tur should be abrogated Ilrolntollr by the Legisla Legislature Iellla Ielllatur LogisiaThe ¬
The Gale bill prohibiting prohlbltnl the smile ilte qf f patent patentmedicines latentmedicimics ntntmedicnes
rle bi
medicines In II department Itlrtmlnl stores torc In Now ow York Yorkcity Yorl Yorkcity
city medicnes wn wits 11 advanced nlvIJl1 to 0 third rending rndln In the thoAnaemblv thaAM thessembiv
Anaemblv AM mbl tonight 10lllht by a I vote of 11 It > to 40 40Messrs 40MIt 40Musere
Messrs MIt Helsny I er and llt Greon Greol opposed oppo ell tho bill bi ns nsbeing 1 asbehmig
being bplna unnecessary unnecessaryMr IIICrH arY arYI
Mr I r Davis Ila11 sewirnd stimrntlunnnInious lrl unanimous unnnimol eonnsnt Mn ent to eon consider eonRlo eonslier ¬
slier Rlo r Senator fnltnr FUborg E hlr bill hi removing rorovlnl the limit limitof Iml ltnmitof
of fUOOOO 100000 00U0 Hint New Iw tw York city ciy may spend on onIU onI onItc
IU I now 0W publla Jlbl library Ibrlrt on the order of final Inllla pa pasugi pee peecage
cage and It ItvM was passed without wlholt n dissenting dissentingvote IIR dissentingvote ntnl
vote vol 11 It I will wi now lA10t go 10 to the Mayor for hid hi ap approval riplurovai 1 1nnl ¬
proval and after 111r It has boon signed Hhrn the city citywill clt cltwi citywill
will be authorized Iulhorllpd to spend al0nd H its much mloh mnnej mone an anmar Mmlv asmime
wi mar le t I be > found necessary nlc ulry tn complete the th library librarybuilding lbrary lbrarybllllnl libraryhiutihuting
building and nlll make It I nf sufllclent RUnC cnmrluII nt size alzelblt that It Itwill Itwi Itwiii
will wi meet r It the Ihl Inureming IlcrIoln demands I of the pub publie nublie
lie for oryenre years toeome toeomeKonntor to corl corlHlnalor count countScnatur
1 Konntor Hlnalor Itnlnestonlght ltahns IUlllht ttumihmtiit Introduced Intmluce11 u bill 11 pro providing provldingthtat ¬
viding vldingthtat that thll JnlnJ hyJuly h lly n majority nirijorltyofthe of the th Huprwmn HuprwmnCourt Huprlnl Hupruirrinomirt fO fOvldlm
Court omirt rt Justices JI of tutu maJorit First Ilr t Depnrtmnnt Ielnlmnnt shall shallappoint shallapitoint hnl
01 lcts
appoint for ii I term of If ten tel ye years year r4 a board of ofrmereiMtotim ofrrerlo1 ofreferees
APlnt rmereiMtotim rrerlo1 referees to time numbernf nllmlr ot 100 10 from among Ilonl HIM HIMattorneys thHItornoy Iliummittortmoys
attorneys Itornoy In II I n such RIlh department i 1partrJt iepmrt mnetit who have ljve been beenadmitted Le LeAllltf1 bournnItmihttiuI
admitted for Itr llvn years yenrl Thenrfftor lhorrtler nil nilHuprein ni allHupremnur
Huprein Allltf1 Court 11 referees rlnrnle shall Hhll be appointed appointedfrom appolntt nppolntulfricin
HIr from such l ch board 1fr1 of refnroes rlfnro refurroejurilseis unless lnlt this th parties partiesto p rlle rlletn
to tu Hi Ihl action ngree nlrlu njion 1n a referee A member memberof mlmhlr mlmhlrnt
of the hoard altnn appointed plntl1 referee shall Khl1 be entitled entitledto
nll1 nll1to
to compensation cnml n of 5 > roere lor onch hour hOlr actually actuallyoccupied lotlnly lotlnlyoclplellnl eetualhynuipletl
occupied oclplellnl In alol n reference rrrlnce not 10t Including Inclulioi any time timeoccupied tme tmeOCCIIlpllln timeocetlitlesl
occupied OCCIIlpllln In drafting drrlna nrenort nrenortV n rercrt renarLtssmiuivrmimin
V tssmiuivrmimin mtilvmnn mhlnlnn Trlpp TriP hiRe hnl Introduced Inlroduct1 a hill hillnuthorllng hl huhrmuthmorizimig
nuthorllng savings banks Inla to Invent In II the thnmortiTiirn thAInr themnorttaeur
Ilthol7llr mortiTiirn homU 1011 IIII1 of tutu Ih ChIcago Clcflo Bock Island Islandnnd 1 Tlaumulnnl 1111
nnd Inr Juilllolliiilroal JuilllolliiilroalTli lmuiflmi I ltmtuhrosi ltmtuhrosilii I Ilh
Tli mllo AH Aaermthly emhIv lnlro passed pa ll Mr Ir rnllows nlols sblll a LI biil pro providing proIlhll provitiiitg ¬
viding lh that when wlll the subscribers slbcrllcrl to the tl capital capitalstock paplnl paplnlRlok capitaletotk
stock Ilhll of any stock olock corporation cOromtnn fall Inl to take up uptheir 111 111thlr tillthisir
their culwrlptlnn ni such tock lok may mlY bo disposed disposedof dl lo ell ellof
of by IIrlptll tniiklni n pro HICI rata Ita distribution 11 lrlhutn thereof thereofnmotiK th thereofamong rof rofamotl
among Ir InklJI thin subscrlbers uhR rlhlrs to tho tock tocl rime ThoSenate fhoInnl rimeHinuite
Senate amotl parsed PI seIhs theso bills billss his histr lullsI4usetr
s I4usetr u tcr Inrds Futrti > lncris ln Incrs1ime ln from rol IJItoO 210 2mto to hu 18000 18000tlii 8000 8000Ih 5OOOthe
the Ih nlrtM In 1 of the Suprf Smtpreumio ma Court CJrt sti Iouirapbr stunugrap1mre nuur i > tior In IntlnKlriitdi II 1mmmite
tlnKlriitdi r1 trlit trlitAN
ln AN iitlinrl ttlrl Irlfllllh nitili mite < New w York Ynk cIty rlv Police Polro Itiard Itiardlohr nar1I
lohr I 0 tuumr rtliegpillisllunsof Ih alimliallomum vt Wllllnni WlleD W uS OConnor anti anilHritiinmi antiHctI n I
Hritiinmi HctI lur tent Iulirii u nl iIL DIlllalu1 ti tor n lintipnicnt > s tiVroliuoii tiVroliuoiiNiiiitir > tat rot mtmmmi mtmmmiru I
Niiiitir ru > nuts l oIrntts r > nii i mciriiorAtliikt In IIuU1t the th lnt trllaClnnt lntrietiotmiiOir trllaClnntSIrlIIo rii tinnt tinntHifininalxHlgonf
SIrlIIo iOir HifininalxHlgonf tio 1tllo nr if time Iniltpenilent 111 l eIHIt hitler of linod linodT
T 1 lnllll lnllllMr 111 111I
Mr M I llltfbcoclii I lithsoc kS nutliuriiliu lIlhurlll the hurl 11111111 on ulcer JllvitrWatr mvrtr ulcerSmt
Watr Smt tr r ri lscsr r ltut lrula1Y uumtay iy t n erect a cliiu ar T im the thollinNuii thethiimm
llinNuii 11111 ritrr between llleni falls all and 1itlmors 1itlmorsl lalmerstotistor
l ll llKonttnr IISuator
Konttnr KNhersV Fhpr altliorliliiit till thu New York City CityJlu Clt CltJlorJ Citynosri
Jlu JlorJ M of f Ktitnatu an anll J Apportionment to sunlit th thrUtiii Ibo IbotIII1 themiuuttmm
rUtiii of William J Cbamberlsln 111 for t r serf erv1ce Ices Ic reD rend reDtlerrllt rcader
d tlerrllt der n > > I but y ycer enr r In the Oily Clt tt7 M 1hlllalrale l tr t V court courtAll e courtAll nrl nrlAhu
All Ahu incrrsslmefrom juc litcrestne tn troUl rout onn aillltnn to two million millionilnllan mIlliontthiii
ilnllan the tb maxlmutu capital a title till guaranty com comKti eomlAny cointsar
tsar III tuisy Isvo Isvouanr 15cci4uustr
Kti i4uustr uanr tnr Merarrens suthnrlMnii New Ne monk erk oily 11 to toiiulnttln tomimsuntaun
iiulnttln tlic I hue Hrootdjn IIrnfl itrtnkI l n llomirnpntnlc lIoool I loin inpethic > lblc lloiiitalHeiutip 1I I lloiiital IopttslHeupjr ltal ltalHenor
Heiutip Ahrarns prdiilittln the Ih nnnnthurlieil nnnnthurlieilht umtiauttlmirluetShills
ht Slul Shills p time III Cough Cnnslinnd Conhnnll Coughanti
anti works ntt the Cold ColdJjii CollIJuaU ColmiLILIIIVS
Jjii JuaU LILIIIVS > tlT DromoQulnlne ItrnmoQutuinTbletsctlr rirnmi > QutnliiTabl Tbll liear ears a cold la laU OM eas
U dey ri No Out CUIO So o ray 1 Vrtc r1Cs Se < < v j
wrtllil wiinath the iailii > stlgt onhe ot the Military 1ll1tar Oritrr r 1 of Foreign FortlenWaniiifUn ronlpan ForeignWere
WaniiifUn Were an fir Uu United Stuff HlalcolIoualur tet tetltonater s sHonatur
Honatur Jlavi jJaIII 11sitmu > ni iiermlttliiKraclngnn time tbtlilfounh tbtlilfounhor grounds itroundnnf groundscnn
nf cnn an aericiiltitral nwliity lurln < < fair tluio oven nventUnuli ovenIb svermthcimti
tUnuli Ib n Ch lucatiil within lIhlo n mails 111111 nf 0 a place where wheremonrI hero a aconrdnslttlnit aconrt
conrdnslttlnit conrdnslttlnitHunator conrt In 11111111 ulttiuuilsflitor 11111111HouLor
Hunator Klliwnrthi Minnwirlui tire II llotalnaml llotalnamlNtiltam JluCaln aD anti anti4tiusnmi
Ntiltam fullii I Kl Electric ctrlc t Hallway to oufrat lallvsyi lallvsyiand laU laUlr iatlweysshut
and 1 1 brtilue rll wholly i or CI partly > fr In Canada CunadaMr d CanadaMr n
Mr Uouuhtya ptrinlltlngManaii prlllllllcit iasaim aai tonutr COIIUt t tl nil nilpiil ullpllhUa sillpumtiio
piil pllhUa > Ua UtiiU UiHticuru tui ecumr fund for Ito purpot ol olerecting utarctlUlllullI ofrecmiimguiii
erecting arctlUlllullI imldlo liiillJIno liiillJInoNuuater InllllhlloHoutor buuiIu1lmtaltoimstorAhearn
Nuuater ltoimstorAhearn Aharni making morn 557 a this acul acullion clulol iciultthou clulolttOIl >
lion of wharf WiIlTfiirOperty harforl propertr on I Iho Ih Nurtli auu autl1ul Last rive rlvorl riveItbo rivershyihme
l Itbo > yttiNow sw > ork rk thy dl Pock ititrd nIIt ceit on or tli tliorlU the theurIb <
orlU lllvnr tetwteu Ijr 1lerAauJ A au sat lUninvinirt Itt itisetSen > t IttBlIIatr et etBermtiir
Bermtiir Sen ator Whltn Slm hlt liii Introduced I mitroti teeth u bill I iirovldliiii iirovldliiiithat Iroilliliit Iroilliliitthot hmroI ii I ii g gthmmit
that prlninrv election ol lJlIon Insinjctor hlel ctorll nhttll endorse endorseon
on nn 11fllllllrt enrollment tnco mAnt envelope the annie nil 111 0 of the themini IheUlnllllnplyll1l timemlii
mini Ulnllllnplyll1l applying foreniullinvnt foreniullinvntMr
Mr W cokes oek > Introduced Inlro < hlcn11I a bill llxlng the tim onm onmIwnsntloii uom11t1I cotitPelt
Iwnsntloii Pelt slit lIti1I ittim of commlfsloiierx COIIIIIII coin in isa IlIor fur tlm II 1 hi um openlnn openlnnof oui it i air airntstreetru
of ntstreetru streets Irott and alltlllli pinks ksln In Xuw Ulf York oric city ut 50 n n nduy II IItlitY ismlmy
duy duyTUK tlitYTlU mlmyrui
TUK UUHlAVKMKT IJl lHNrT Ol I llR > K UAUKllX UAUKllXCor lUU JtltKL15lily l1 l1u
lily u ItooieTolt Kilnln J IIIII 4 Why Ho Did Nol NolItDliouilniitn SutlIolluulhllth Nitllomtouu
ItDliouilniitn llomtouu I ii mit Him HimAUUNY 111muun H I at atAuiy
AUUNY uun Feb Itlov 1tlovltoraoltlt Booiovnlt this after afternoon Btlernoon afternoon ¬
noon made tho following statement regarding regardinghis
his naming a successor to Dr Backus as a ampmber n nmember amember
member ot the Board of Managers of thu Long LongIsland 10111labntl 1ommgIslanul
Island State Hospital HospitalIn
In tho first IlntlaCl vlaco I knew nothing whatever whateverof
of Senator Italnoss attitude toward Dr DrBaukus DrlJa Drflakui
Baukus lJa ku until untllllltor after I had nominated Mr John Johnsou JohulOll Johnsoil
lOll and au II Indeed supposed H1IIIos ll them them to bo friendly friendlyas
as both Dr Backus and Senator Italnes had hadboon htl1bGeIl hiattbeen
boon actIve III endeavoring to socuro tha hut re retentlonot retentlol1ot retentiomrof
tentlonot Mr fr Qoodwln GooJwlulJrown Brown as Lunacy Com Commissioner COllimlslou6r Comumnlselouer ¬
missioner at time th time I nominated Mr r William WilliamChurch WIIIIIIIIIChullh SiilluimChurch
Church Usborno thshuui as Mr Ir Browns successor successorTh successorTile u cesllor cesllorTh
Th Tile Long Inland Hospital has been th tIonly tIonlyone only onlyono onlyonotmnuler
ono onotmnuler under IInl r tho commission concerning which whichcomplaints whllJhcOOlllalnlll wiukhcomplaints
complaints have reached mo u ns toltsbclnc toltsbclncbrought to ti Its being bclnlbrouht beingbrougimi
brought Into polities and especially sP lJlallr as a to tofriction tofriction tofriction
friction between the members m mber of the Ihelullncr IhelullncrCOl11mlsslon Lunacy LunacyCommission ItmuncyCommissIon
Commission and nlll members IUlmbe Ii of the Board of ofManagers of3lanaler8 ofManagers
Managers ManagersI
I had 1111 < 1 however fully Intended to renom renomInntd rOllomInlloJ renmominute
Inntd Dr Backus und mttl the message containing containinghis
his renominAtion had been actually drawn up upwhen UPheD tipvheu
when heD 1 received from onn of the members rut > mprA of ofthe ClfthH ofthus
the Lunacy Commission cot Mr Inrkliurst Inrkliursta
a request that tho hu nnmlnntlon be hel h1 < l up upHhortly 1111Hhorllr impitiuortly
Hhortly afterwaid another member Mr Ir lark 1arkhurnt PnrkhllrMt larkhurst
hurst called upon me and gave In detail tlm tlmnccaunt th thIceolJnlof thusmcCu1flt
nccaunt IceolJnlof ot thndllllcultles Ih lIl11cultllt between twcell himself nnd nndDr 1111 anti antiIr 1 1IIr
Dr Backus IIl1ckll81I1111 and urged various reason why wh Dr DrBackus UrBncklill 1khiackmms
Backus should not ba renonilnatdlthe rtnomlnntel the nllega nllegatloiH 11111111tlOHI mtiieugatiOilr4 I
tloiH rellectlng In no war upon thus th character characterof
of Dr Backus though th they r did reflect upon uponhis UpOIlhlllnleleuc upoimiris
his hlllnleleuc eniolancy as nn administrative 1I < In that par particular Partietilar ¬
ticular place 1 gathered the thl1lrnNBlon Impression which whichproves W whihuiilnrvts Iar Iartlculnr Ilt111 Ilt111Imv
proves Imv to have been erroneous thut Urn Ih views viewsof ILII iits iitsof
of Mr r Iarkhurst nrkhur t were shared by both his col colleagues colleal1ueri collertgiies ¬
leagues At the same time I was informed informedthat 11IC infcrmmutIthat < IIm1 IIm1Ihllt
that the confirmation connr iI1t1ol1 would > be bitterly fought foughtIn
In the Senate SenateNothing Senateothtmmg nlll nlllolhllll
Nothing Is more surely sur l detrimental to thn thnInterests thoIntrllIl tim timInterets
Interests of a Stato Institution than friction of oftho ofIha ofthe
the kind that timatwaus was evidently growing between betweenDr
Dr Backus und anllIt at least one membor of the thoLunacy thaJuDaey theImacy
Lunacy Commission Commt lon The evil of permitting permittingfriction prmltllllfriction umrmittiumgfrictIon
friction to continue unchecked In a aSiatteimmati aSiatteimmatitution State 81I1tllI Insti Institution tI tItullon ¬
tution U sulllclently shown by what has hn8curreJ oc occurred siccurred ¬
curred nt the Bath Soldiers ollI rR Home On taking takingnil Iilkln IilklnAll
All tin circumstances of the call enss Into consider consideration con consiiiorathomm ltlor ltloratlou ¬
ation I felt that i the best Interests Inlr of the State Statewould SIIIAwoultt StatewoUlu
would be subserved eubtruIIJuppolnllnl by appointing tu the board boardsome boarll110mI boardsome
some man wholly unconnocted IIn nlloClell with any of ottht ofth ofthu
tht th pant differences amid who lto should also bo boof b tueor
of as a high character r and nltalnments ns Dr DrBackus lrIIncku hrhhuickus
Backus l himself I Immediately nominated nominatedMr lomlllllt1Mr1Irllllllh rmominateutMr
Mr Mr1Irllllllh Bradlsh Johnson choosing lJhoo lnlC him because becausehe
he wn was nmun 1 mlill ot means and all leisure who > haul lindalwHys hn1alwa haulaiwsys
alwHys alwa tnken n lively Interest In eharltablo eharltablowork cllllrllILlowork cimmiritabiework
work nnd main who was of time th very ry highest stand standlug ellllljIUI1 stitmiullug
lug personally and In every other war As A scon sconas sconII eonas
as his h II nomination was 118 confirmed anti born befornany bornanI beforucany
any question l1l 111I as II to time tll matter had arisen arl on I Iwrotp 1wrol Iwrote
wrote 51 31r r Johnson John oa ns follows followsAll followsAll
All 111 I have hav to request rl1uo t Is that you will keep keepthe keepth keepthe
the th Institution absolutely nb lluIly out of politics and andwill nndwlIIllo mindwill
will wlIIllo do iii all that lies II In you ou to have It adminis administered odll1lnl5teroj nu1mninitore ¬
tered tore with an em singly to the good nf the thapublic Ihllfluhllc thepublic
public servlco Them has hll been as II jou ou know knowfriction 10 knowfriction n 01 01frlctlln
friction In thn Ihnpllllt past between t lwlon the Commission Commissioners Clmml loll lollPIS ¬ i
ers In Lunacy and certain members of the theBoard IholIonrt tiiohloarui
Board of Mnnarers Innr r Time fh commissioner Inmrnl tlllJlI r from fromour trllmour frontour i
our end of the State Is Mr Ir William Cimreh Os Osborne Osborn Osborne
borne Hu Is 11 a particularly line fellow f lInw in whom whomyou whomyou hom
you 011 can ltn put absolute confidence cnllll lIct I very much muchwish muchwIsh muchwish
wish that you lIlIloUhl could got II t In touch with him at atonce ntoneo
once In all thesis th f1 Institutions there U I need neednot l1 uteorihot o < 1 11I0t
not only on II of coonomlcnl manauement mllnn < nlllIt hut of ofthoroughly ofthoroulhly ofthoroughly
thoroughly efficient business busiimesicmdmmminfalratlon busiimesicmdmmminfalratlonTO administration administrationTO adlUtnl lritlon lritlonTO
TO nirif > r THE xstr Im THIIK vnntTim vnntTimGov Jill ftTiric ftTiricGO
Go Gov Konsrvclt nlln flt Hopes That hol the lit Kill Pro Provlitlnc ProI
vlitlnc V Iii I tug for flu r n fiiiiiinlnlnii ii iii 11111111111 i a Imel ii mm Will bniiu Iou ouimi Insi InsiAIBAVY Jn JnAlny iias iiasiiaaity
AIBAVY Fob 12Tho Fallows 1111100 bill provid providing lroIJInlr rov1d rov1dlag ¬
lag for the appointment by this iorernor of n ncommission acommission
commission cOIDI11I slon of fiftc IUt1 i members to revise thin thnNew IhnN thinew
New N ew w York charter Is I pending p ndlnlt In the Assembly AssemblyCltl AM AssemblyCities emhy emhyCltleR I I
Cltl Cities s Committee Gov Uoosevolt today said saidthnt HAIIIttn saitithat
that hfl earnestly hope < 1 that titus tI bill would 1 t Ill IllPII topsseI > o opassed
passed PII tI d at one Oll us Il ha h considered it nn ex extromnly extromolr evtruineiy
tromnly Important measure which should l loll loll81tl1 It Itact > n nacted
acted act el upon ttii > mi at us eiuly prim I y n datens dilll n as imsstblo flossi jllio so sothat sothllt St Stthat
that tho fifteen men to be named could get to towork tnwork howtrk
work The Th task In k set for the th commission would wouldconsume woutticonnn1e 0111 1 1eon
consume eon Ul1o a yenr el1r or two years IUfH nnd if n report reportwas rtlortWliol reportwits
was to be formulated by December next tho thocommission thoenmml timecommIssion
commission enmml lIlon must soon got to w wrk v rlc othorwUti othorwUtitho othorwi otherwictthe 1 1tho
tho report would oulJ hale to bs postponed for a ayear artlr ayear
year yearCondition rtlrCundltlonl yearCondItIons
Condition of the State Suit Itnnli 1 nlia nu Jnn nn 1 1ALBiNT IALUST 1ALBANY
ALBANY Feb Fb128upt 12 12Supt Supt F D Kllhurn of time thoBtnte IhaRlate timeState
State Bank Department todny oompletnd his hisstatement hisatlltenent imIestatement
statement showing the tiu condition of Ih Ihl stir savIngs stirlags n nlolte
lags banks of if the State Iale on Jan 1 1Ial lrv lnat t The Thototal Thetotal fhotot11
total resources of these tllftlntltutlon lntlt Iumutituttions tlons during the thoyear thelIr timeyear
year lIr line hn Increased faiJTSMlIT 31 7SHW and tho aggre aggrecteasnd IIIre1te nggregate
gate 1te lIUIhl itmirltg llIrlll tIme twelve month In IncHIIod increased
creased S1023riUi The fh amount deposited depositedhas
has hn Increased Jl 117R111X 7RlSH > 0 nnd the amount amountwithdrawn IImolintItJulrnu amountwltlmiirawn
withdrawn SlMlMUUT uiiil37 II 17 Thero Is I now In tlio tliobanks tjto tjtobanks 10 10blinks
banks due depositors depo ltnr the Ih sum lIn of SHM74800JO SHM74800JOan 47ROOOIIn
an Increase Increa e of > 7l33tl2rtJ over the figures figurescomriled II1IIreKcomrllell Ugmirescomriieti
comriled from the reports on Jan 1 IWt lK ll The Thenumber fhenumler Thenumterot
number ol open opTiuteeflunts accounts WHS 11H1371 111 13j1 an In Inoreain IIIorlan literesec
oreain from Ofn lSO OJjI > ti5l tJi tho number the year yearprevious yearprevIous Ollr Ollrtrovlou
previous previousHendrlcki prevIousHendricks j jJlendrlckl
Hendrlcki Asiumea UIII I Charge of this IlIflln Insurnnoa InsurnnoaDrpurl inamitnnoo1ipmirtmneumt lIrnnco lIrnnco1If
1If 1ipmirtmneumt 1ipmirtmneumtALEANT Drpurl rt incut incutAuusr 111Auusr
Auusr Feb 12Mr Francis Hendrleks Hendrlekstoday Utnlrfcktodar hfentiriekatoday
today assumed a assume 8ul1le1 charge of the State Insurance InsuranceDepartment IllsuraneeDpllrtmont InsuranceDepartment
Department Superintendent Louis F 1ayn 1aynwho Parnwho laynwho
who retired today from the head of the de department deparlment department ¬
partment was ns presented Ira enle1 by the deputies tI pllttrR and andclerks andolerk andclerks
clerks under him hin with n silver loving cup cupsuitably 0111Rultably otipsuitably
suitably engnned Accompanying the gift giftwas r1twn giftwas
wn was on engrossed l1111ro ellettlr letter from his hl associates of otthree ofthree ofthree
three years testifying to their respect and andesteem aDllelleem smutesteem
esteem rparlli for Mr r Iayn IaynLnnnl IarnCann laynCanal
Lnnnl Improvement Kill This Year YrnrAIDANY YparALDUIY YearALnewY
AIDANY Fob12 FoblOoT flov Itooaovelt today said saidthat saidthat ald aldthllt
that ho understood that the Canal Advisory AdvisoryCommlislon AulyisoryCommIssion Ivl ory oryComm1881011
CommIssion was to prepare a bill for cniml c lIlllm lIlllmrtOlpnlol1t Im Improvement Impnvenmuctmt ¬
provement to It be submitted halite Legislature Legislatures L II lature latureIltn
s hen nsked IIlkpIll1 If thin bill would embody embod a refer referendum rlllrrnrlum referentium ¬
endum proposition the Governor ro rnfr said aid ha took tookIt
It for granted It would have to hare ha one oneJohn onlJnhn oneJohn
John htimrta Shlpjnrd Itiirnnl ItiirnnlWOUASTOV IInrnrdWOIunol iturneulWomxsioy
WOUASTOV Mass Iall l Feb 12 12An An early morn mornInz mornInll maornhug
hug lire today destroyed the boatbuilding boatbuildingestablishment Ionntbull ttontbuiiulhngeustmthlishmeumt < lInlC lInlCRtahllshmflIt
establishment ot John Stuart at Vollnston VollnstonIlpnch lollnllonHench iollasstonIbencii
Ilpnch Stuart had h 11 w wuurk IIrk rk under way on n con contract cllnIInct contract ¬
tract for eight torpedoboat tenders for thou thuGovernment thlOmlrnrnnnt thoumoverouutemmt
Government These toats onlri were part of nn nnorder IInorler antortle
order being executed for the Cr Crescent c ntSlilp ntSlilpyard ShIL ShILynrd Situ Situyard
yard of Jersey City Several yachts wore also alsoburnod al alsobu o oburneJ
burnod burnodTiny burneJTill bu mmcii mmciiTiny
Tiny Till Tim Tim Cruwley Crnnf Allowril to Go Home HomeKovenyearold JllIlIIpHoenyearol hloumieSovenyearoltt
Kovenyearold < 1 Tim Crowl Crowley y of 110 Kln Klnstreet King KII1IlstrlI Kingstreet
street who whIm hlll playing with a revolver on onKundny onHllnllllY onSunday
Kundny killed his twoyearold cousin Mario MarioMnhony MnriiMahomiy arltJ arltJllIhony
Mnhony was paroled In Ills fathers > cuttody by byCoronerllnuscli h hCnronerhilisch byCoronerilamisetu
Coronerllnuscli yesterday pending In II 11 II nn inquest inquestTlm Inquestih
Tlm ih rum was uvmu II 4 very llry much rim utii frightened and ui ii 1 cried criedirttemtsly ii riud riudptteutmuiy
irttemtsly all the time hit h was before tho Cor Coroner f fonor r ron ¬
oner on or When hmtii his ii Is futhir fmmt ii r appeared 11 apltstm PI 11 lII rs I the ti itt boy gave giivoa
a joyful shout and sprang Into his iirniN iirniNllrlireiv url1lItrhrv arnieiIrtirlW
llrlireiv Drug Ulerl < s Iorin u Union UnionTho VlllnllIho UtiliptiTime
Time Hebrew drug clerks huvn formed n nunion nunloll aunion
union callod the Drug Clerks Circle irui It starts startswith KtartlIh startswit
with wit lIh Ii lxty IXI I it inumbers Its It imotings mit uet age will I be bl held heldat h611at henriat
at 47 Henry street nnd will 111 always 1I11 begin tIrlllllt tIrllllltmllluhht nt ntmldulsht mitin
mldulsht in Ii night This Is the Ih t it Hurd I ii n r I iruiinlJitioii iramtrm hint tutu ot otdrug otII ofuimu
drug II uimu rill clerks now existing I tll1llnlhlolclly tll1llnlhlolcllyAbbeys in thisclty thiscltyABBEYS tiimsityfFerVesccntSALT
Ef fFerVesccntSALT fervescent SALT
i 5i 5
1 Abbeys Salt by giving you YOllprrCIIlii YOllprrCIIliiItctlOI perfect di digettlon dlgestioum
gettlon malm k your OUr bloud pure and jour jouriptcm rourrstcm yourirtnrn
iptcm normal Its uwrnturrs are enor enemies a healthy hfiltliycondition hftlthycOldltion healthycoadition
condition of the liver stomach and bow bowtli IJowcis bowcii
tli and an eliminate all allimpurc au impure nipure matter from fromthe fromthe rain rainthe
the lyiten healthy blood prevents the thepruerce theprncnce thepreeoCe
pruerce ol Alttitt In any form formDr formDr arnt
Dr GEOICE GEOS S CONAMT Ness York YorkCity YorkCity YorkCity I
City states i I have made uw u of Ab Abbey Atbey AhLucy > ¬
bey Kflfrvrsctnt Salt very successfully successfullyas suc CII ully I Ias
as a Laxative an ani J Mood piirmrr piirmrrAll iuirieriI lIrhirr
All 11 Druggists Drunglstsijcsec Druggistsi5C
ijcsec i5C 0 5OC and tlOI icoperbottlt moo per bottle
ap =
1d 1dMfWf I d
The Knox hats are approved by gentlemen enllemm desiring deslrin unquestlorublv correct style superior quality anJ the Ih highest highestclass hlgh highestC11s3 s selm N
class of workminshlp bold ul1 by tIme he tepresenUtlvtt hatters In every city In the Ih United States and CaiuJi CaiuJiLONDON CalullAnterlc1ns CiiuJ
p LONDONAmericans Americans visiting vs lnq Europe CM obtain KNOX HATS HA TS TSfrorn from the Earopean Agencies AgenciesN AgenciesLONDOl AcncesLONDON r
LONDON N Ireeily Co i2A Regent Ie cnt Street near Pall Hall PARIS A Oelot 1j 1J J Rue di de la 11I1nlx 11I1nlxAI Ialx IalxAUo InlxAlso
Also AI o on isle ul ty iVlllllKI HHI1 I lt nlItSTtlL 11AM > liNTOl V CO as Ublipo htr Street l lluvnnu Julio 11JhAII Juliol
II > l I U KlIIJIAN IILII Hotel St I Honolulu II I
fOirVSKfc OfV rL HOIK 110 TO 1 ItdUK IT JIKlOKK JIKlOKKttI l11W01WtWJI1l
ttI tWJI1l l I 31MiII 31MiIIOmclnl 51 U Ill IllOmrlnl ViiOmmini
Omclnl Iteport of tlm III Trlnt to He 11 Printed Printedfor rrlnlflIr irinteiliii
for iii the Court cit if AppcnU Inlo Vould 0111 1 Itll ill 173 173Iliec J 17JIuiea 73 73Ia
Iliec Ia of The Th SunMr Silo 31r lluttln nnd the Ilix1rlioner theishomiers lIu lIurhllrl
1rlioner Ittother VIMt Him In Irlkon IrlkonBolanJ 11111111I0lan lrlaummhiolan
BolanJ J II MollneiiT who ho lIt will be sentenced sentencedto
to death on Friday for the murder of Mrs MrsKate MrsKate Irll IrllKntlt
Kate J Adams has not shown the slightest slightestsign ellhtot811n slightestsign
sign of failing nerve Yesterday ho got up at IIIocloek
7 7 oclock anti before breakfast br nkfllit wont out into intothe Intoth intotime
the th courtyard of thu th < prison r > rl on for a awalk walk Ha was wasan Irati8n wasiso
an object obJ ct of considerable furiosity to the other otherprlsonurs otlwrIlrboM oilierhurisoninre
prlsonurs but Itu h Ignored their glances and nndwalked alldwnlk andwalked
walked wnlk up and down with his hl head erect look lookIng lookInllllellh lookhn
Ing Inllllellh hn neither r to the Ihlleft left nor time Ih right Mollneux Mollneuxkept IollnellkePt Molineuxkept
kept up hh hi solitary parado Jlar lll for an hour nnd it ithalf Ilall aitahf
half nttheend nt time end of which time I he returned to tohis tohis tohis
his coil nnd hind Ids 1I1 breakfast Later In the themornlrjc th thmornilli timemnorninig
mornlrjc Uoorua Gordon JUtt J IItI of counsel for forMollneux forloIIOlUI for3loiineux
Mollneux visited vlll d him IIInllo In tho prison They two twotalked tllOtl111ell twotalked
talked together for almost an hour hourMr hmoumrMr I IMr
Mr Battle lIa III e said to a reporter that he expected expectedto u ctetl ctetlto
to argus Mollnouxa ca c cace e on nppeal before tho thoCourt thoCourl theCourt
Court of Appeals not later tlutii May of tho thopresent thoNe thepresent
present Ne n I year Cecil Mollneux loIIOtu time t ho prisoners prisonersbrother Irl prisonershrolhor onlrs onlrshrothof
brother came In after Mr Battlo left and was waswith WISIIlh waswith
with tlm th prisoner half an hour The young youngman younman youngman
man said al1 that thero was wa nothing that his hisbrother hi hisbrother
brother e caret lrell red to say IIY for publication publicationMr
Mr Ir Weeks was wits nt his hl olllce again yesterday yesterdayAsked ye8terIIYARkplllo yesterdayAeketl
Asked ARkplllo to outllno the course eour to bo I hut taken In the thaInterest IheInIMP theInterest
Interest I ot his client Mr Ir Weeks said snldThurols saidriiucru IIIJ IIIJflioroIK
Thurols riiucru his only 0111 one thing torus for u us to Jo and andthat andthst andthat
that Is to try and secure ccur a new trial for Moll Mollneux Moltnoux oll ollneu ¬
neux neu W Ve are convinced that w we r will III have no nogreat noIrcnt nogreat
great Utfllculty dlm ult In doing that n the man Is Isclearly I Iclcnrlr ireclearly
clearly untitled to It Mollueux Is I to be b sen sentenced lI senteneoti n ntenceLl ¬
tenced on Friday On that day wo will co 0 Into Intotha Int Intthu Iritthe >
the Court ourt of ucneral bosMonsandnsk Srs lon IIDlllllk Recorder RecorderOolttoBlveuMin BeconlerClolY Recorderliii
OolttoBlveuMin ClolY liii to give UR u II norm w trillion trial on the ground that thattlio thatthe thattlte
the verdict of the jury Is ngnlnit nlnln t the weight of ofevident orelldcD ofevlulenmne
evident If our motion Is I denied then we wehave wehave e ehlo
have tM till regular method of appeal of1tI 11 left to us usnnd u usanti
anti anllhnllRvnll shnll nvall ourselves Ollr eri of It The grounds on onwhich oumwhich
which wo w will a ask k for a rpverf rre rpvorrnh nl of th this verdict verdictare orhictars I IarOlnlll
are arOlnlll mntiy anti I will not Imve tim to so over overthem oVtJrIhem overt
them t now However 11I1ecr1I It will bo blprflctly perfectly clear clearto i ito
to those thoewh who followed time tl t rial on what grounds groundswo Irollllllwe
we will tn lnoe e our 1 applIcation to the Court C lurt < of ofAppeals ofAppea
Appeals Appea I u The Ih nlniiiiar altum I t 1 r > f th t mri I ri of Arpn Arpni A AIs
Is i t y yar nr boiilnd now hut nptwlthitnndin nptwlthitnndinthat note It Iitnutdun Iitnutdunthat
that we exiool tiiat BOII > priMiriime will t hp hpshown > e eshown
shown tooiir t our eaionnd oalte nrmi tlmt It will ho brought broughtup
up for nrgumf utrgtmnment nt within four months Beroud Beroudtills litmyotiutttIe
tills 1 have nothing to sar todav todavMr tnu tnuMr
Mr 0 O5ltrmio Hirne was not at hlsonieoat his otlioo at nil yen yenterday yestoymlay
terday He had cone to Inkewood for a rest restbut restbmmt
but enmo hack tit night The fact that Mr Le LeBwrbler ieIhiirtritr
Bwrbler will nrgu the ttm Mollneux caso on onappeal qnappeal
appeal and that Mr Ostborne line aipnrently aipnrentlydropped ajlantuntiydropteul
dropped out ot tlio case for good and all gave gaverls gaverisen
rls risen to a rumor yesterday that Mr Osborne Osbornewas ishorimicwas
was golni to ro rolmrn lgn from the Metrlct At AttorneyV Attorimuys
torneyV nfllea ami begin thi private practice practiceot
ot law ThU Ito denied John F I Mclntyre Mclntyrewhoso Mcltmtyrowhite
whoso unolllclal connection with tho ci eae e of ofMollnonx ofMoiimttuc
Mollnonx has ereited n lot of coinmint was at atids athis
ids olllco yesterday and In speaking of time thoresult timeresult
result of the trial said that he thought that thatthn thatthin
thin verdict of lImo jury wn n just one oneA Otm OtmA
A plain tlatn else wtit nindo out ngalnst Moll Mollneux Moltrmeiix ¬
neux tald ciii Mr lr Mclntvrc nnd as nothing was wasoffered wasofforel
offered In rebuttal by tho defence the tim jury had hadno iiitno
no alternative butto brine bnin In hue verdict It did didTho didTiutm
Tho CuSP should bo In limo Court of At utpcrils utpcrilswith peals pealswithin
within with I n thirty Ii umrt v days dtt we and It I I should not n ot take takemoro takemoro
moro than the throi months to cot time case on onthecajotiduraud ontime
thecajotiduraud time caoitular anti liavo It brought up for argil argilStenographer arguStenographer
Stenographer Frank Beard said yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaythat
that the notes of thin trial make JJSOOO JJSOOOwords 222fl04words
words any 175 pages of ofTnr Tnn SUN Suahi all of which whlohwill whichstill
will hare to bo printed at tho expense of the thocounty thecounty
county nnd sent to thu Court of Appeals AppealsTO
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kirk at 411 4 I 1 First street In that borough Tho Thobnby TIm TImbhy
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tn tha hoer Lines ut Iretorln IretorlnThe lrolorhusTime
The IrishAmerican Hospital Corps fifty flftyseven fiftyseven
seven strong Is nt time Morton house on the theway theway
way to 1retorln The corps was organized In InChicago inI inChicago
Chicago by tha United Irish societies and It Itwas itwas
was the original Intention to hnvo nn ninbu ninbuInnce atnbuhuinee
Innce corps of 100 men This would have taken takenQu
10100 Qu and aim tho society was able to raIse hut hutWOOO
WOOO The men will near n khaki uniform uniformwith tiniforntwith
with the red rot cross on thin sleeves and on the thuhat thehmat
hat The only part of this uniform they time ann nrowearing annweaning
wearing nt present Is tht campaign hat Their Theiroutfit Jimeiroutlit
outfit consists of medical supplies surgical Im Implements imidemerits ¬
plements surgical dressings tints and croor croorconcy emorgonicy
concy kits for field work workBefOM workhiefore
BefOM they wero recognlzud officially by time thalied timelied
lied Cross every man of time corps went before beforea
a Justice of time Peace and took an oath that hi hiwa liii liiiwas
was wa over 1 years old that no women were de dependent dopentient ¬
pendent upon him forthelrsupport that he was wasworking
working for no compensation and that ho was wasuolng wasgoing
going within th thus Boer lines not us an ally hut hutmerely htmlmactell
merely to ti give aid und comfort to the Injured Injurednnd Immiureuland
and sick Miss Clara Barton they ear com commended coatunendetl ¬
mended these pledges highly nnd ns soon soonus soonitS
us she was assured that noim of the men would woulddo wouldlit
do lit any lighting gave thorn the right to use IHUHIM usethe
HIM name of tin Bed Cross Sooiuty
The men arrived on the New York Central
Itallroad yesterday amid were met nt the sIMian
by n delegation from the New York ork Committee Committeefor
for the uld of the Inlted South African llepub llepublies hteiutmblies
lies wIn < i escorted them to Ii the Morton lloiiio lloiiioThn iiottoiltuc
Thn local committee said last night that the themoney timemnomment
money raised to provide for time corps had been beenexhausted beerttxiiammsteui
exhausted after their outllt their nassag nassagmoney luasuagTnomuiy
money und rations for ono moath In the ll hull hull1usd < < ld ldhad
had been provided for nnd hunt therefore the thocommltten theComumiltiCur
commltten htood ready to receive subscrip subscriptions aimbrecnimuttouus ¬
tions from Boor Brmpatlilzer to pay for forthe fortime
the expenses of tins corns during their theirmay theirstilT
may In New cew York ork Their Itinerary was wasgiven winsglierm
given as follows Sail on La inseognu inseognunn
nn Tlmrxilay for Havre thenco to Mnrsulllus Mnrsulllusthonco Marcliiitetimemteo
thonco to Delngnn Buy and llnnlly to 1retorla 1retorlathe lriulunlathur
the trip taking about six weeks Hhortly Sh ortly bo bofore b bfrt
fore the sailing of La Onscocne citizens of ofHolyoke ofliolyoks
Holyoke Mi 1ts s from which nltv itt n number of oftho ofthu
tho corps have come will present n United UnitedStates lmtitudStates
States Hug to the corps which already has In InIts iiilea
Its possession n Itod Cross flag presented hv hvMlis liv111cc
Mlis Barton The six surgeons In charge In Inthelrorder inI
I thelrorder of seniority are J It McNamara McNamaraHerbert MeNauumarsiltrbucrt
Herbert MoAiiloy James 1 Slattery U L LIxinc I
I Ixinc A F Corner nnd J Ii Advrholt They Theyhave
have six assistants Time litter carriers and nndothur andthtur
othur nttnch iittnohi4 < IIM under the command of Capt Captratrlck CaptIatnlck
ratrlck OConnor OConnoriMvt OConnorifIltiil
iMvt KiLivn ills irinin si Ay iixill AyIlls
Ills ill Uiinghtrr Who huui was Sitting Ip With Withllur tithhlur
llur llcnn Took Him for tur n llurslnr llurslnrBKADINO IturgiarhIEntNo
BKADINO 1n Feb li 12Wiien When David S Long Longa
a farmer and his wife retired on Sunday night nightthey nightttiy
they left their daughter Eva and her beau beauHomor beatmhomer
homer Klelntelter In time parlor About 11 11oclock 11oclock
oclock limo farmer farniorwas was aroused by his daughter daughterwho datightemwho
who declared that there won a burglar In time thohouse timeimotmec
house Long came down and saw that the thorooms theroonts
rooms weretopsy were topsy turvynnd turvr au tbatrt window wins wnsopen winsopen
open He hiesecurel secured a Bhotcun and his daughters daughtersbeau ilattglutetsbemum
beau took a lantern They say they saw aw a aman aman
man In the house houseThH holmeslime
lime two invii then went to the front door nnd nndopening mmiiopening
opening It saw a man on the porch Farmer FarmerLong marnnmtutioimg
Long commanded him to halt The man did didnot tihdnot
not heed thin warning wlmroupon the farmer farmertired farmerliretl
tired at clouts range Intending to wound him In Inthe himthe
the leg hogs Just as hn shot the man leaped down downfrom downtrout
from the porch and the whole load struck his hisbody imisbmly
body killing him Instantly
The man rrovcd to be John Becker Farmer Farmer1onguu
Longs hired man Becker had n good name nameKomo nmumuimsrborne
borne think ha Ii went tothti to time porch to play a joko jokoon lokoon
on the lovers Inside and never meant to t000ni t000nimit com commit ¬
mit a burglary Farmer Long was released on
1000 bail for a hearing hearingIIKMKXTEII beamingp1
IIKMKXTEII p1 ivrri MltiXlUffAKT 11 ISsNA 11 r zouvn zouvn1r OfV OfVDr
Dr Wlliln II hide Vm In the WirUhoinoIInd WirUhoinoIIndItren
Itren tollinilttrd nt Ills lieu Ilnqurst IlnqurstDr
Dr John Russell Wilde who disappeared disappearedabout dIsappearedabout
about ten days ago from thi BlverCreH htlver Crest Saul Saultnrlum Satiltanitim
tnrlum nt Astoria and for whom n general generalalarm generalalamni
alarm was sent out by time police last Saturday Saturdaywas
was found yesterday In the work workhouse homo on onBluekwnHH onIimmeksvolls
BluekwnHH Island where ho Is a prisoner for forvngrnney forvagrancy
vagrancy vngrnneyDr
Dr Wilde has been a missionary In China ChinaHe Chinalie
He was considered hnrmlcssly damcntHd nnd nndwas aimiwas
was allowed the freedom of tIm sanitarium sanitariumgrounds saumitusrlunmgromtniits
grounds so that lie eaully escaped Hu ap appeared apicareil ¬
peared In the l istex > sex Market police court n nweek aseeck
week ago and naked Magistrate Deuol to com commit cointUft ¬
mit tUft him to time Island fora br us month monthI
fll I hat hate to tnko this step he said but I Ihavo Iliar
liar no mu means and ut it I my iii s health it ileinnnds ulemmi mmii s It ItThe h t tIhe
The Magistrate committed him Clerk Sulli Sullivan Sutlivan ¬
van of Ksiex Market read In THE Hus Su of fcn fcnday a aday
day of Dr Wildes lidee disappearance and niniem niniemtimed riufim m mttntsd
timed the welldressed weliul ressel vagrant tho Mnelstnitu Mnelstnituhad lnmzlst rmtto rmttohiatt
had roluctuntly eommltted lie found tho thoreeord tim timrtenntl
reeord of the commitment and notified Lawyer LawyerIrwln iziwyrIrwIn
IrwIn of UOJ Broadway whore Wlldo can bo bofound befotmmmd
found foundKiiiRH fotmmmdJIiLlI
KiiiRH < tiixix < > IIii risioi risioiIlftrtenders ici cr1 cr1Itartemiders
Ilftrtenders Itclntlves Si Say y lIe Didnt Com Comlull nuui nuuihilt
lull Sulilde SulildeJohn utisiih utisiihToimmi
John A Keefe a bartender was killed yes yesterdny ytsterulay
terdny In I ni his hi ire home 1110 31 1 Knit Twontyulghth Twontyulghthstreet iwo mityuighmt ii iistreet
street bya liMol shot In the mouth His re reatlves rid ridimIv
atlves imIv assert that Keefe shot himself nscl nscldeiitly aeidiimtly
deiitly while lie was eloaning n revolver but butthe htmlC
the C iii pollne I 01 lire reiiiricd repu un 1 tlin t ii ca 540 o U ti > tlw I ire Coroner turnn or as asa
11 siiiilde Keefes wllo 1c I no returned rttul rmmsml from the t im gro groitry g rut rutr5
itry r5 tore to ti llud him it I itt dead ulea I ou n lounge 10mm rmge with withthe withthit
the revolver bv his ildt > Ills pipe had fnllon fnllonfrom fitilurnfruum
from his iml mouth muon tim Thero Titu ro was wit no reason ru son hU hUfriends ii is isfrienils
friends say why he should have committed committedThn coninuitteut coninuitteutmtuiuds
Thn l lie Tlocn Niillnniil iiit tutu ci ltiiii Hunk HunkowEiM It ItIvtOH
owEiM IvtOH VY V Fih I liThe the Tlogn Nationatflunk National NationalBank
Bank of which Snator T 1 C Platt Is PresIdenttuiti PresIdent 1resldentnnd
nnd which was closed October IKW II4 has reivl re reivlved
ivlved ivl sOM from the life Insurance on on timehe time thulie
lie detnultlng Ifu it it in mc teller 1 Stout e and has ii iiiaroI do dolarodalo
iaroI larodalo a lii per cent dividend on tho stocklucre stock stockTlinrn
lucre tire mm no claims against time bank now unitit and andIt
It Is concerned In no litigation
Kifirors voiincAL PAHTIES ABM ABMtinrrtXG 4lZZGirrivc
tinrrtXG 1ro vro ijvt ijvtCoinblnntlon LiVLCeminhiumitlon
Coinblnntlon of a thus Vnllonftllils nn nnHotmrr mind mindFomnier
Hotmrr Antiinoiiiltt Atit inoummieta Mont Favored FavoredOpniislHnn FavorednmuuisilIoi
OpniislHnn in nnU > Clara nml Mntaa MntaaIHII Intanaims
aims 1ioTliicrii to n Kpntrtctiui Suffrage Suffrageturri Sumffragtrrt
turri trrt fjln mIte tpiti > > tple to TitK Sow SowHAVAVA ntisI1IYAA
HAVAVA Fob 12Tha various political par parHot pa paties
Hot am Industriously trying to strengthen strengthentheiroruani7atons strengthentimcirorgmiuuzationmue
theiroruani7atons for the approaching oleo oleotlon dee deelion
lion The Cuban National party which In thl thlBoctlou thla thlasociiou
Boctlou has tha greatest strength containing containingmoro containingmore
moro ot HID conservative element than ot the thetho thetime
time revolutionist is successfully seeking a arapprochement aritplmroclmemmmont
rapprochement with wit ii time former Autonomists Autonomistsamong Antonomiatsamong
among whon are many of Cubas ablest men menthose menthose
those most skilled In governmental affair affairA
A union of thesu two forces seems to offer offirthe offerthte
the host promliu of Cubas nuccesstul solution solutionot
ot the problem of suit stltgovernmenit government If these thesemen thossmen
men can swing thomiiotvM into power at the thelocal thelocal
local elections and a successful administra administration mtilministration ¬
tion ot affairs follows wider wideropporttmnitiescoui wideropporttmnitiescouireasonably opportunities could couldreasonably
reasonably bodomanded by them If failure failureconies fauiureconies
conies certainly no other combination couM couMhope coullhope
hope to do di better betterTho bttttrThe
The difficult with this party and with all allothers miiiotimtra
others U that they are ot too local n character characterThu characterTime
Time different provinces have different oreanl oreanlcations organizmutiona
cations with highsounding names stnndlnc stnndlncfor
for iiractleally HIM samo principles but under undertlm tindertime
time control of men who are loath to give up uptheir u uthuclr
their political leadership leadershipTho tamiersithplimo
limo Itopublloiin party In Santa Clara Is such suchan
an organization It Is seeking now to gala galastrength cainstremmgthi
strength in Havana This nil organization U op opposed oppostnti ¬
posed to a restricted franchise while the theNational theNatIonal
National tarts is ii not Time Itepubllcnn partr partrhas tart tarthas
has passed n resolution calling for or organized organizedopposition organizedorgoreition
opposition to army restriction of the right of ofsutlruge ofsuifriuce
sutlruge nnd mm so Imvo oilmen political bodlti bodltiboth bothhsabotim
both In Santa Clara antI Mntanrni MntanrniThe MntanzasTitesun
The Titesun e two province are In morn of afarmont ofafarmontover afarmontovurthU
ovurthU over title question than I nil iil the otlvrs reported reportedto
to Gen Wood ood This Is said to bo largely due dueto uitm uitmto
to the work of an American named Drake Drakewho 1rnkewho
who It I is alleged has been stirring the Cuban Cubanlenders Cubanlenulenre
lenders in mm both provinces to Insist upon tml tmlvcrsal itnlversuti
vcrsal manhood ulTrace Tim purposa of ofDrnko ofIraku
Drnko Is said to bo to stir up trouble against againstGen againstGerm
Gen Wood ootl Intht in tIm hope of starting n scandal scandalwhich scantlatwhich
which will rellect upon time Administration at atWntilncton atVahuington
Wntilncton for ts mao In Amnrlcan politics It ItIs ItIs
Is alsochargod utica eiiargtul that Drakes nc jualntanco < with withpolitlohint witlaloiitieitmis
politlohint U facilitated by other Americans AmerlsaaiInimical Americansinimical
Inimical to lien Wood WoodJIKCIMI Woodjitelui
Tint Ti Ittv illliert A Slmtr nf YVIlllamiburg YVIlllamiburgSiiffrrlne flh1Iamburgtii
Siiffrrlne tii Hi r I ii ic Iriini I ru mit Iliiirt II mIrL Failure FailureThe rail ure ureTime
The llev 1t Oilterr A t Hhaw pastor of th the NeTf NeTfFngland Neicnglaumti
Fngland Congnitationnl Church In Poath PoathNinth SoatlaNintim
Ninth strict Willlamsbure was taken III at atthe attime
the morning critic on ill Sunday Thor was a alaruo alarge
large congregation and ho had just begun the thsfirst thefirst
first prayer p rarer when ho stopped itoi uitteh THI nut his linndt iisnt a to tohis toii
his ii is hft Hide li nnd itui I ntnirgereil t Imekwurd Imekwurdinn hutek wm ri I II
I inn mm mum too weak to t pnvecd mum ePI Ivmild It eiitl In nlotr nlotrvoice a low lowaoice
voice to hi ongrisntlon Ott ru it nit and th t tiurt n turned tti men to toenter hi hien
enter en Icr tlio I imi stiidv si tii v 1ink I utk of tlm tI it inilplt I mu p1 I H 1 1 W WSliarot 1 1Siiti
Sliarot Siiti rot treasiiproi t ruu 41 rr 01 tlio f ii un Sunday i4u it i aw srtinoi hurts hnsrencd hurtsttictl
encd tint > titln I u tIm > rulult and selred HIM rh Itnv Air AirShaw tr trhimaus
Shaw ju juit t in timo I uul ti > previ itrirvtmt nt linn from falling fallingDr
Dr I Jr ClnirleH timlu ri PM 7 UhouVr I I found rtitui ul that I ima I tln t lii > clergy clergyman clergymann ¬
man was HiilTTing from mutt lieart niliiro ns th4 th4result tim timrtsum
result rtsum it nf it sRteid cis t i tu nttack mit trick ol the t in grip mm r I I und tin ml inusod inusodlilni ttttissilhtiuut
lilni to It be r mi > vijil to the unrsnnuire iidjninln iidjninlnthcohuridi uuiimouimhmmrt
thcohuridi t iii t ha r It The lii congregation ttlti gremrmmtoui WIH vti e dl I ii ° mlsse mlssebyChnriis nit isseil isseilby
byChnriis by I irutries Vim Buriii lie It ehIsnt ldent of tilt Hoard Hoardof
of tf Tru Fnumstte tie > At l tlio parsonage last evening It Itwns Itlviii
wns said tlmt t Mr Shaw wns very weak nnd nndtlllt anti antitimit
tlllt Ills ii irs OIllIlOII Oh iii oil AVIIS mvmureerauis mvmureerauisaiiitiit MTlOIIS MTlOIISAIIK
AIIK din aiiitiit tint trnims ii ri t vnr roif roifItsTIHii iui iuiIts
ItsTIHii Its Till 1 Ii Notation anti lie Will Him hireII a aCol
II iii iuui Inut it itol
Col ol Abtnliam Iruber thu th leather of the thsRepublicans thefloiumtbiieafls
Republicans of limo Twontrflrnt Assembly Assemblydistrict Assemblyulisirict
district ucalnst whom the lion George 0 0Austin I Iust
Austin ust Lit UiiiitdiicMncn is i mm ii et in g is fight lef it It ho I in known knownyeoerday knruivutie
yeoerday ie n trtiay hut I hu I ii had ii srI written wnituu ii a I siiffl i < m on Hn Hnpolitical t ii iilout
political lout mcii Hltnatioii In th I im > > district and In time thnpounlvand timecr011
pounlvand cr011 I t 5 ani annniiiieil ann i that I hn ii ivoui voiilil lti road thn thnliniiii t hue hueI
liniiii to I hi tile loyal lolluwii at n inenting to he heliiilil humiitIl
liiilil on Frldiv KvenliK Tlio iioeni biirs the thalitin theI
litin I it Isolation I oi at tori mid till I it win viu S suggittei Sti ggrtei i to Col Coliriibcr Cciirui
irui iriibcr hsr by lu tin aiimiilinciniiit unit iilfluuimiiit of tf Iresldint IresldintyuiUKof I rsiiintimrmg
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that thn only riHiilt of Col nt timbers ontluuod ontluuodleaderrtiilii oumttuiniimulicati
leaderrtiilii icati I rtulm It hi I mm tho t I us Twentyllrst I It ii I yuhrsu wi it > nld It ii I bn thn thnIsolation I he heIilat
Isolation Iilat ti of tho district titret ri Tho tolnml I has hri not notsilooted notst
silooted st ecteul Hie ti Ic hall I in I mm which a hi lelijil ln > tvillr clii rnl iadthiportm iadthiportmyet t 10cm 10cmyit
yet hut h xperts totodav to ttlrt or tomorrow tomorrowWhenever toitmorrowSimuctieller
Whenever Col tlrubr I reads n poem thure Is a alarge airirgi
large outpotirlng tiuit piuui ml rug of voters Vi utt rs nnd mm imil resident rtei Iunts of the theTwentyitr tim timrwotmtyiirt
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