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I , j THE SUN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1892. 9STUYYESANT CLUB OUTING.& . XVJC AHXVAL CLJUBAKR HELD ATW T COLLEGE TOISX YESTERDAY. .r" Tweln Hoaared BtmomiU la IThlta IIatawllh e Cl.T.laad manner and Ooo4 A p.i patllta Hakt Tklnca Marry All lJy.t Earlr yetordar motnlna 1.200 mon oaringI tall white haU, and lod by Cuppa's band.paraded through the etroots of the Twolnr-,; sixth Assembly dlstrlot down to tho foot of: 128th streot, where tlioT boardod the stonm' boat Myndert Btnrln. bound Tor Donnelly'sJ Grovo In College Point The occasion was thet annual olambafce ot the Btuyveiant Democra-l tlo Club. The prooeselon wan dlvldod Into twoi ' divisions, with Atdorman Samuol II. Balloy asf Grand Marshal and William Arnold assistantI Mlohaol It O'Connor was marshal of the boo-I ond division, with Charlos Lamlort as aideI A Cleveland ond Btevenson bannor wascarried at tho head of tho procession, wherof the ofllcers of tho club marched elffht abreastI Amone them woro William II. Burko, 1'rosl-j dent'and tho now loadur of the district: SenatorJacob A. Cantor. Chairman of tho Board of, Managers: Dr. J. B. Donovan. First Vlce-Prosl-l dent: B. Donovan, Corresponding Bocretary:f Joseph E. Mass. Ilocordlng becretary. andFrank MoMullIn. Treamiror.I, When they arrived at tho grove thero wan aJ- seramble for the breakfast table. GamesJw' were next in order, and tho crowd ndlournodI J to tho field, .lolm MrDonnn won tho 2U-Vi , yard run. and John McClrath was tho victor InV the 100-yard dash. Tho standing jump wascaptured by I'orcy Levy, and Dennis Mctlrnthi outstripped all his competitors in the runningPR broad jump. MnGrath also won tho shootingmatch. Tho mile walk was won by James JIo-Muskey. tho potato race by Gustavo Bchwab,throwing tho hammor by Nicholas J. Hayes.. and putting tho shot by tlllam Harms.Tho fat man's raco waB limited to contestants over 2!0 pounds. It was won byJames Foy. 200 pounds. The othor oontestants wore strung out along the course according to their weights. In n gamo of ball ateam composed of Park polloomon bested ateam of the Metropolitan Pollco by a score otlOtoH.At the dinner table aold-headod cane waspresented to Mr. Burko by Bonntor Cantoron behalf of tho club and Mr. Burke's manyfriends.The vicinity of the club's headquarters InLexlncton avenue was lined with fireworks onthe return of tho procession last night Threek hundred colored lanterns added to the plo-turesnuenessof tho scene, and Ilomnn candles.rockets, llrecraokers. and colored lights wereI set oil in all directions. Thore were also sev-Jf eral largo pieces of fireworks.aoaisst xns, vas slootex.Ta BcrVrea Decides that Harry Polo. Oalj Lent Iter Tlla Diamond.The referee appointed some time ago byJustice Cullen of the Supreme Court Brooklyn, to take testimony In tho suit of Mary L.Van Blooten against Charlos II. Wheoler, asexecutor ot the estate ot the late Harry E.Dodge, filed his report yesterday, and it wasgainst the plaintiff. The action was brought'; by Mrs. Van Slooten to recover tho possessionV of a diamond ring which she alleged'liad beengiven to hor by Mr. Dodge before his doath Inin 1880. and which the exooutor had obtainedpossession ot without her consent The ref-J eree In his finding says that tho ring was onlyloaned to Mrs. Van blooton.Mrs. Van Blooten nlso had a suit before thesame raforoe. alleging that the estate was lnM debted to her in tho sum ot $20,000. due to areal estate tranractlon. and a check was givento her at the time for that amount Theplaintiff still rotalns tho chock, but tho refereehas decided that there is no proof that Mr.Dodge, on whom It was drawn, had not paid itbefore his death.Under the will, which was probated in July,1880. Mrs. Van Blooten. with whom Mr. Dodgeboarded, received a legacy ot $30,000. whichhas been paid In full.ACCUSES TUEM OF BLACKMAIL.Kis. Coleman Raja Ili-lcara aad BewKt Declared Tbey Were Oerry Aetata., Capt Doherty arrested, three weeks ago.jLfzzIp Coleman for keeping an alleged disorderly house at 28 Second avenue. Her child.girl 10 years old, was in the apartments ntthe time the place was raided. Justice Hoganr ent the child to the Cathollo Troteotory. Mrs.Coleman was sentenced to imprisonment lorten days. Sho says that yesterday afternoontwo men called on her. They said they weregents of tho Gerry society, and could obtainthe release of her child if she paid them $300.She replied that she couldn't pay anything,and the men then threatened to arrest her.Bhe says she had a suspieiun that the menwere not agents for the Gerry society. Bhefollowed them into the street called a pollcornan. and had them arrested. In Essex Mari ket yesterday they said they were John Briggsof 002 Amsterdam avenue and William HewittI of 2,083 Arthur avenue. Briges is a conductorf , and Hewitt a driver. They deny the woman'sstory. They say she was on their car rocontly,and started a flirtation with them. By invitation they called at her house, and she causedtheir arrestWno BOBBED QRAUAM.lie Xrfiaee Dtamonda aad Casta, bat ThexJLra Not Found on tbe Um Arrested.William Adler. a tailor, of 74 East 125th(street at 3 o'clock yesterday morning on his, Way home saw a man bending over anotherwho lay In a drunken sleep on a doorstep.Adler hurrlod away and told PolicemanO'Loary of the East 120th street station, whoarrested the man. He said ho wns WilliamKeeland. 20 yoars old. of 271 East 117th streetPoliceman O'Leary aroused the sleeper, whocave his name as Stowsrt It Graham of 174East Beventy-nlnth street Ho missed hiswatch and chain and his diamond stud. In alli, Vftluod at $400. and $27 In cash. Nothing butH letter and a ponknlto, which Graham tuentl-,'J lied as his. were found on the prisoner, and he)f declared he had found them on the sidewalk.f Graham said he had been drinking withI friends whom he felt sure would not rob him.n although he only had a dim recollection ofI whom they were. Keoland was held for ex-l amlnatlon.AEKOSAVTB IS I'EHIUThe Adventure ofThree Frenchmen OflTtheCoaat of France.Fiom (As Lontiun Staiulard.I Pahis. July 18. M. Besangon. one of thethree aeronauts rescued from the car of theballoon J upltor. has clven an account of hisperilous ndvunturo. Tho balloon was carriedouttosealmmedlatoly It loft tho grounds oftho Havre Casino. M. ilisani;on atoncoopenodtho escnno valvo and attached tho cone anchorto a cord eighty metres long. Tho fctorm wasso violent that it broke the cord, and from thatmoment the aoronauts lost all command overthe balloon. At about 10 o'clook tho car wus3 being drasicod through tho win os. The aero-S cauts heard distinctly tho voices of fishermenw in their boats which Irom tlmo to timo passed' nearthem: but the night was so durb thatnone ot thorn perceived the balloon.none ot thorn perceived the balloon.At last after regarding thomsah os as Irretrievably lot, the bulloou at about .'I o'clock' uddenly ro?o to an altitude of over 2.000metres. The hopes of tho aeronauts thou revived : but by 6 o'clock In the morning the carwos pneo more being dragged along In the sea.0 All tho ballust had boon thrown out and theAeronauts had alKotakon off their coats and; thrown them away to lighten the cur. All, . . three of tho uoronauts were worn out with fa-' tigue and benumbed with cold. M. Demeyorbad thus lost the powor of speech. They wereII thoroughly discouraged, when they perceived the mast of a ship in tho distanceTholr signals of distress woro seon. and thehip bore down upon thorn. A boat waspufmtnil the aeronauts woro pulled into It. Theballoon then shot Into the air with such rapidity that it was soon out of sight The ueronauts, who woro taken on board the ship Uertnania, were treated with groat klndne, andwore at noon transferred to tho French sloopHeine des Anges, which put them ashore atUamsret, near Brost.M. Demeyor. who Is n young man of 20. hasrelated to a journalist with what difficulty ho, threw the bags of ballast out ot the car whileI It was being draggod through the waxes, andwith what iileasuro he. saw tho balloon risol V when he had thrown the last bag overboard. It1 w" .,ter tnu balloon had risen and was de-r ycendlng again that the aeronauts tooit off7 tholr cpts and threw them away, with thehope of avoiding a, second Immersion lu thesea. Fortunately, all the three aeronauts arenow In good health and spirits.Flard for bt(Iti Jamaica Slagcr.' n th Potion Utrald,Arrucnono, July 25. Tho grocers hero aroi In n pretty imxIouh slutti oor the $100 lineimposed on A. II, Angell last week for sellingJuniuli-a ginger fjiiunl to cnniitln 47.K1) uercent, of alcohol. 1 ho town iifllclals state thatthey Intend currying m the. crusade, mid astheyhuvo purclmieci a Imtllo or more nl thoarticle at each tir,Uheie it it scuru amongthe proprietors. All grocors luo lioop. forbid-S den to sell Jamaica ginger until further notice.and the druggists have been notified to makef.rToatoUutrot that article sign the pre-erlijUon book ihe same as is required whenft alwhcl or whiskey U sold. -WAQOlf BACK ON SIXTH ATEXVE.U Xtaalts la th Arrast er rhllaathrealatCeehraae.A citizen told Boundsman John Townsendot the West Thirty-seventh stroet station InWest Thirty-fourth Btroot yestorday morningthat ho had just scon a roughly dressed manrob a fashionablyattlred man at Thirty-fourthstreet and Eighth avonue. Tho victim, according fo tho clttzou. was drunk whonlhethief approached him. and, aftor backing htmagainst a fence, went through his pocketsTho citizen saw the thief take tho drunkonman up to a cab and try to put him in it. Thodrtvor of tho cab rofused to take the fare, however, and the thiol hailed a passing oxprossman, and. aftor talking with him a momontput tho drunken man in tho wagon, nnd.mount Ing tho sent with tho driver, drove away.All this happjnod not two mlnutos boforotho roundsman hoard of It. Tho expresswagon was still in sight but going at a goodpace. The roundsman started aftor tho wagon,llowasnlmostup with itwhon tho drlvor began to whip up his horses. A nows wagonwas passing and the roundsman hulled it. andaftor explaining matters wont rattling afterthe express wagon. It was n hot chase. Thenewsman's horse, somowhat of a spoedor, andhaving n lighter load, soon had tho roundsman abroad of tho digitizes.Tho express driver, seeing furthor flightuseless, iiulloil up. ltotindsmim Townsendarrested tho driver and his companion, unci,with the drunken man, who lay quietly In thebottom of tho wagon. droo to tho Thirtysoventh stient station. Tho prisoners haulthey wero Thomas Cochrane of 442 WostThlrty-sooond street and Charles Felaney of4U4 tlgth avenue. The citizen, who had goneto the station house. Identified Cochrane asthe man hn saw rilling tho drunken man'sIiockets. Tho drunken man said ho wastobert Stewart, a lawyer of Edinburgh, Scotland, here on a vacation. He has been stoppingin thn Sherwood House. at Thtity-fourth streetand Third avenue.Cochrane and Fotnney were taken to thoJefferson Market Police Court, and tho lawyerwas locked up In tho station hnus-o, whero hewill remain until to-day. Cochrane told Justice Grady that Stewart Mopped him on thestreet and asked to bo taken ti the SherwoodHouse. Btowart could't walk, so Cochranetried to put him in a cab. The cabmanwouldn't take Stewart unless he was paid firstCochrane said he had no money, and lie madeup his mind that if the lawyor wanted to rideto the hotel he would have to pay his own way.Ooohrune searched the lawyer s pockots andfound $4. Ho guvo $2 to the drlvor of the express wagon and put the other $2 hack In thelawyer's pocket He said he had no Intentionof robbing Stewart Felaney morely bald thatCochrane gave him $2 to drive the strangeracross town. Both men were remanded untilto-day. whon Stewart will be able to appearagainst them.riiOFiT is aoosis farms.All that la Needeil la nnd a, LittleKnowledge or the llunlnesa.Tram the Utlena Idiptnlen1.What will the men who run chicken ranchesIn Montana think of a new scheme to makemoney out of the leathered tiibo whon thoyread this? The figures show that the hen industry is "not in It." One thousand geese, according to the law of progeny in tho iroosofamily, will eacli rear six goslings a year. Atthe end of the first year the gooso farmer willfind himself the lucky owner of 7.UO0 geese;the second year the number will be incroased to42,000 in tho same ratio. At the end of the thirdyear ho will havo 252.000 geeso: at the end otthe fourth yoar his Hock will hao Increasedtol.DI2.000: at the end of the tilth year thelucky man will bo tho owner In fee Mmplo ofO.O72.0OO: on New Year's Day of the sixth yearthere wilt bo 54.432.000 goeso strutting boldlyaround tho premises. And at tlie close of thodocado be will find himself in possession of asufficient number of geese to savo Homo overand over again. Then geee can be pickedtwice a yoar. A pound ol "down" Beilsfor$land a pound of coarse fcathors nt 05 cents.Each gooso is warranted to yield a half poundof each annually, netting thoroby to its ownerin round figures the sum of $1. It would takebut a short tlmo to reach the wealth of Crcenuswith a prosperous gooso ranch at one's back.Goose farming Is now tho popular fad inWashington. Mon are awakonlng from theirslumbers to realize that herding geese may bemore profitable than selling liquor to Indiansin some back county, staking out miningclaims, or raising No. 1 wheat The only wonder is that men have been so long discoveringthe untold wealth of "down" nnd goslings.This, tho latest of Washington's Industries,bids fair to eclipso all efforts heretofore triedof amassing a fortune In a few years from aquarter section of land.Among the first to take advantage of the'new discovory was honest Ebenezer Parker ofthat soction. Ebone7er had listened to thoarguments of lawyors and the decisions otcourts all spring, for ho has been a worthyJuryman in tho Superior Court panel, but atlast ho has left the Jury box behind and hasbetakon himself to the green fields of northern Oregon to equip and maintain a goosoranch, preparatory to establishing anotheron his Washington ranch. According totho story of the expert whoso mellowtalk caught l'armor Parker, thute's barrelsot money in koeplng a goose ranch. Before a man makes tho venture, however.a capital of $1,000 Is necessary. This beingsecured, tho intending goose (armor goes toEonsaB or some other btato whero goslingsare plentiful and makes his purchaso of, say,1.000 geose. For these he pays $400. To savethe transportation ot this number of fowls toWashington, his next move would be to aharness maker to havo the geose shod. Theshoeing of geese Is accomplished by placingminiature coverings of thin leathorover thoweb feet of the fowl: then the geese aro propared to stand the journey on foot. Tho snoa-ing oi a.uuu geoso wiu cost siuu. accordingto tho expert. This would ho an outlay of$500 in all. Oncoon tho ranch the feeding ofthis small array would he but a bngatolle. forgeese are avaricious and lhoon green herbsof every description.Barney Qulnn. court bailiff, has demonstrated theso theories to be facts by practlcnlexporlonce, and had It not been for clrcu instances ovor which ho had no control. Mr.(Julnn would to-day be owner of myriads ofthese feathered treasures, hut. as It was, theymet withannccldontand dlad. which Barneyrelates as follows:" Several yoars ago I vonturod into thegoose-raising business In Colorado. I purchased 1,000 geess in Kansas, had them shodana drove thorn all thu way to northern Colorado. I was happy with my lot until thocold weathor Hot In and one by one my gooselets faded. I hud lost ul.out fifty ot themwhen n frjond suggested that I blanketthem. This I did. Each gooco hail nlittle coverlet made for it which 1 oncaseilIt in. just as you seo ncodlo dogs nowadays. I'll never forget Mat a beautiful sight it was to gaze from J cabin windowon a moonlight night and look upon my -a ofgooselets with their little red coverings. Itwas a grand sight, sir. but tho cold weatherwas too much for them, and I lost nearly :tilu.Then I made up my mind to go to .Vow Mexicowith my flock, where it was warmer. I hadtheir shoes nut on, and off 1 started. Throughthn entire length of the Stato of Coloindoltrudged., my frntheicd trlbn and I. It was ntedious journey, but thu sight of my iierdnerved me. mid f drcamo 1 ot golden successwhen I reached Now .Melco. '1 hen 1 ciimo totho Hip Grande Illver. in plunged my ilock ofgeoso Into the stipam to ninkn for tho oppositebunk. but. alus! helore I leallzod It thoy wereall niowneil, with tho excoption of live, whlohI saved. I had forgotten to take off theirshoes, and they couldn't swim."Assaulted by it 17-jenr.old Boy,Dennis FInhorty, 17 years old, living In thedoublo tenement 1.84H Second uenue. washeld yesterday In $1,000 bull for trial in theHarlem Court on the charge of criminally assaulting ten-year-old Jennie Hannah, whoIlvos In tho same house. Flaherty, tho girlsays, met her In the hall on Wednesday evening nnd inducod hor to go down to the collar.When thoy reached the cellar Flaherty throwher down and assaulted her. Jennlu was badly Injured and was committed to the Gerry society, hor parents being too poor to cure for her.Mr. Ke.ter Muat Appenr In Court.Hubert Windsor, who on Wodnesdny nightsnatched n pockot book from .Mrs. TheresaKesterof 500 West Foily-alxth street ns eliawas about to get on it 1'ointli nvenuu car. wasbrought yesterday to tho Essex .Market Courtand remanded. Jlri,. Hester on Wednesdaynight wouldn't makes c


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