Raymond Belmont's death

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Raymond Belmont's death - NEW YORK TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1 1887 I RAYMOND...
NEW YORK TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1 1887 I RAYMOND BELMONTS DEATH US BttOOTN niMHKIF IYIIUP BNl1Al1BIJ JV IlSlOT VKACT1CK ColDsj Intn lie Cellar mt his Fnlksjra n nsa nt MldnlKkt la Fire nt n Mnrk n flail Vo nreottntitblr Insscs Tkrnuxk kla I Ilnitn Sir Raymond Honors Dclmont tho young eat son of tho wellknown banker Mr August Belmont shot himself In the basement collar ot his fathers house 109 Fifth avenUe at n little before 1 oclock yesterday morning The ball which was hired from a 32Callbro self cocking Smith Wesson revolver entered tho bond about an Inch nbove land a little to tho front ol tho right oar passed straight through both lobes of tho brain and lodged In tho opposite opposite side of tho head making a slight Indentation Indentation on tho Innor wall ot tho skull Death was almost Instantaneous All that Is known ns to the circumstances surrounding tho shooting nro had from tho statement of Leonhard Duolir who lives nt 323 West Thtrtyllfth street and who serves Mr Dolmont in tho capacity of a private night watchman In tho bankers house Ho has boon employed by Mr Uelmont In this capacity for several years and Is a German having tim reputation reputation of being honest and temperate Uachr says thatlon Sunday night nt twenty five minutes alter midnight ho was on duty aa usual In Jlr liolmonts house At that hour the front door boll rang and he answered It Mr fllaymond Belmont came in and went at once up stairs to bit room without without exchanging nny words with Daobr At that time the only member of tho family who was In the house was Mr August lielmont Sr who was asleep In his bedroom up stairs Soon afterward about five minutes llaehr thinks young Eolmont rang his Boom boll summoning Dnohr Baohr found Mr hal mont still dressed with the exception of his ulster which ho had thrown oft When Baohr appeared said Baolir whore la that revolver I cave you a few weeks ago It is down stairs sir said Baohr In tho pantry Go and get Itsaid Mr Belmont I am going down into tho collar to practise with it Bauhr started down stairs Mr Belmont tel lowing him Daohr got tho pistol and tho two wont down Into tho subcellar a low apart mont with tho celling not liver six foot from I the Hoar In it are the furnaces and the endue and It Is divided into n number of compartments compartments which extend under all of tho houso The southeasterly corner which Is on Eighteenth street was used among othr things for storing coal It was to this tiart that young Belmont wont and Baohr lit a tdnitle burner of gas Mr Belmont holding the pistol In his right hand with his other hand pulled out of his shirt front a small pearl stud nnd reaching tout tout toUaubrsald Hero Daohr go and hold that up and I will shoot it out ot your lingers liuulir in his testimony before the Coronor said that this was said laughingly nnd that ho liaobr laughingly declined the proposition and suggested that Mr Belmont shoot at a pine plank at tile other ond of tho room Mr Dolmont consented to this and was getting ready to tire when bo noticed that the door loading up staiN was open Go and hut Daohr ho said so tho nnls < > will not arouse the house Baobr started to do as he was bid He had just reachea tho door and was about to shut it when ho board a pistol shot This did not surprise him as ho knew Mr Dolmont was about to lire Ho shut tho door and as hn turned around togo back bo saw Mr Dolmnnt lying on tho floor Ho rushed to him saying What Is tho matter Mr Raymond 1 Mr Bolmont did not reply and then Baehr saw that he was blooding profusely and was seriously hurt He rushed up stairs to alarm the house lie first called Balmonts valet and then aroused a man employed In the Htabln Thin latter was at once sent to the Now York Hospital in Fifteenth street to summon an ambulance ond a surgeon Tho lummons was received at the hospital at 1217 and Dr Steel responded to it In the mean time Mr August Belraont Sr was summoned and Informed of wbathad happened happened Hahurrtud lo the cellar and saw that his son was dead and was so overcomo that ha could not rmaln and was conducted back to his room When Dr Stool arrived it took but a moments examination to show that life was extinct The young man lay almost flat on his back but turned a little toward the right sldo Ills left hand was still in his trousers pnaket as it had undoubtedly been when the shot was flrud The right was thrown a little out from thin body and tho legs were stretched I nt full length Tbo dead man was in evening dross with nntent leather button gaiters low cut waistcoat nod whIte satin tie The Inner corner of the left eye was so badly discolored and bloodstained that Dr Htool on his brief examination thought the bill had entered there This as above stated proved not to be tho case Dr Hteel wont away leaving the body as he had found It At the Ram tlmo that the servant started for tho hospital PolIceman I Hone who was on that boat was told what had bapDoned und started for tho Tblrtlnth street station to report On his way bo met Sergeant Hchmlttborger and the two returned to the Dolmont Housn bet EuantSchmittbBrger sent for Deputy Coroner Bcholor of 238 Sixth avonuo who on his way picked up Coroner Elduian Coroner Udman declined to lakoohargeof the case as it properly foil to Coroner Nugent and he drove away to gut Mr Nugent who arrived at the house at a little alter 2 oclock In till morning Dr Kohuler probed the wound In tile head nail found whore tho ball was lodged The body was then taken up stairs stripped and laid upon a table in the pantry and Undertaker 11 II Jackson of 12 Wont Eleventh street was summoned and took charge of the remains Time shirt htud whloh Daubr instilled Mr Dol mont had removed was found on the floor of toe collar oy ur ncuoior a tow zest awavirom wharotho 1 body lay Sorgeant tiehmlttbergor took charge of tho pistol and carried It back with him to the pollen station It was his first Idea to take Jlaehr Into custody pending exam ination but all tbo indications pointing so strongly to llaohrs Innocence ho decided to omit this precaution By the direction of Mr August Belmont Sr news ot the tragedy was at once telegraphed to Washington whore Mrs Belmont mother of tho il eenf > d was staying with her eldest son Congressman 1crry Belmont The despatch wan stint to nn old family servant who had accompanied accompanied I Mrs Dolmont the capital It told him what hud occurred hut warned him on no account to let Mrs Belmont know that ber son was dead but to inform her that hn was seriously 111 The despatch reached Washington about 3 oclock In tbo morning The trunks were hastily packed and Mr Furry Belmont and his mother lull by tho U oclock train reaching this city at 320 and tim bouse about 4 oclock in tin after noou Mr Delmont the father who hud h < ien greatly prostrated all day by the terrible blow mot his wife In the hallway silo arrive Him wiHhod once to know how bur eon was and wanted to go immediately to his room before slm had removed her travelling wraps Then Mr lielmont told her the truth and Instead of to a sick room she was taken to her sons eolUu Mr Belmont managed to a certain extent to control his own grief In order to aunport his wife who was completely overcome Mr Oliver lUiltuout Mr August Belmont Jr and Mr 1erry liolmout all of tbo children who aro now hilt woro also greatly prostrated by the cud dnnnnas and awful nature of the blow but they did all that they could to support their parents Mr Oliver Belmont met all who camo to the house and answered tliulr Inquiries ns best ho cuuld Ho know nothing more however than llaehr bad told Ha did not understand it to bo true though as Danhr had said that Mr Itaymond had boon in the habit ol going to tim collar for pistol practice Baehr said that Jtay mood went thru tine evening two weeks ago ns ho did on Sunday night to prsctlne with his pistol lint in proof ot thIs he showed tile marks nt pistol bulls In tim coal loom Ono was In tile 001 lint and the other was in a plank i at tho end of the room Mr Oliver Belmont said nil ho knew about I his brothers mov m utsou tiunday evening n as that he had dIned at the Knickerbocker Club Sit Fifth avenue Mr Hnymond liolmout bad rnoantly become a member both nf the Knickerbocker of the Union Club At the Knickerbocker Club It W5 said that Mr Marion Htorey ot 80 Madison avenue had given a birthday birthday dinner on Hun JUT evening and that Mr Bolmont and a number young gentlemen from Boston were among the guests Mr Bel 1 mont graduated last year at Harvard College and the young gentlemen whit whom he dined ware all college friends There wore nine or ten In the party Mr Apnleton who was a classmate of llavmond Belmont and was of the party said that Delmont loft at midnight saying lie was going home to Bleep Ha enmed porfeotly sober One ot the diners went borne with him in a nab and saw hint entur the houon door Mr Apploton furthermore furthermore said that the last thing Mr Belmont did boforo ho loft the table wan to invite them all to go with him to Tux ode Inrk tho next day yesterday at noun Ho was a member of the Tuxedo 1ark Association Mr Appleton salt that young IWmont mentioned mentioned to some friends down town one day about two weeks ago that he bad IIrod a pistol down the dumb waiter the night t before having first closed all the door ni on Sunday night Neither of the sons nor Mr August Belmont 8r carried nlcht keys to ibm street door Dr W M Folk of 13 East Thlrtyfourth etrlt Is Mr Belmonts family phystclon Ho and Dr Aschn nfl 5 Vnst Thirtieth street were summoned In the night nftor tho shooting occurred occurred but thor could only establish that tho vnnni men was dead when thor arrived Dr rolktnstillPd before tho Coronor llmt ho hud known the ileeasa for twelve years anti had always found him ofnchowrrul nud happy temperament temperament posaesHod of decided ubllltr und of n kindly iroodhiimor deposition Dr Asch who has known Mr Dolmout a shorter tlmo tostllled to substantially thu snmo thing Mr Belmont wan not quitn 21 years of age It was his Intention to attend II course of lee lures in Columbia Col I ego Law School for It year nail then enter his fathers bunklnrt house Ho was vary fond of outdoor and athletic sports In IBKt he orgnnlrod tile Harvard Polo Club which ut Newport bont nil comers the following year and eiimired the oblIlnlllo cup Last year he played with the American team ugnlnst tilt llurlluuhnm Polo Club At collego lie was a member nf tho Dlckny Club an offshoot of thn Delta Kappa Epsllon nnd Iho Hasty 1uddlnj senior BO duty Coronor Nugent had not decided yesterday Vh thor ho would summon a jury to sit upon thin dish although In Ills own mind ho was pretty well convmcod that thn shooting was wholly ncoidontlnl His nmlmsomont of tho CillO now simply stands as H utatoment that young Belmont came to his death from shock from a pistol shot wound Thn offices of August Belmont Co in the Kq it I table building woro nominally closed yesterday yesterday A cant upon till outer door road Closed on nccountnf death In the family ot Mr Belmont All of the curtains were drawn The office has to remain open to meot drafts drawn upon It but othorbusiness oxcnpt of tile most Imperative nature won transacted or will bo until after the funeral The callers yesterday woro principally friends nf Mr Jill mont Ono of these who knows Mr Belmont Intimately said that one ot his prominent char aotnrlfttlcs was his fondness for his children The services will take Placn on Thursday Thursday mornlm at 11 oclock and will bn in tho Church of tim Ascension The Uev IJ Winchester Winchester Donald the rector will olllciate Tho Interment will bn temporarily in Rome coma tory In Now York The body now lies man Ice chest laden with flower In the front room of tho second story ot the honRo Great numbers numbers of Mr and Mrs Dolmonts frieuds called yesterday to express their sympathy TUB SENATE COON IX COillNO BO IF A Bat the Democrat In Trenton lions Know IVkut ke la Comlnst After TRENTON Jan 31Tho Republican coon Is coming down rho Senators nt the hour of mooting tonight adjourned until noon tomorrow tomorrow but It Is lIven out thtt at that hour tho Senato will bo organized It has boon declared declared all along that it was at tho urgent demand of United States Senator Unwell that the organization was postponed and tonight Bewell says not only that tbo organization will tnko place tomorrow but ho ats at though ho were glad of it All his lieutenants and nlds who have been declaring that Ihl Senate would never no never organize seem also to share the Senators BAtlxfiMiou at tIm coming organization This Bidden change of tone arouses a good tsiad suspicion suspicion that tho coon Is not coming down without knowing what ho la I comlnguttor It is slgnlllcant that the Itopithllo aro moro confident tonight than at any tltnn heretofore This and tho Senates back down is I nxplluatte on tho theory that they havo tono assurance of capturing a majority on joint ballot nt the election ot a Honator which will now tako place on Feb 22 On time Democratic Democratic Bide the diurnal joint meeting formula Is religiously observed One Senator und two Assemblymen oonstliuted the meeting today They all votod for Abbott Tho Abbott mon still shout Abbott or nothing with occasional occasional I variations of Abbott or n itopubllcan There is no evlilenco nf nny lystomntlo attempt to concentrate the DemocratIc strength on n new man and it Is tacitly admitted that it any othor Democrat than Abbott is ehosen it will have to he bv a combination of Itopubllcans and dissatisfied Democrats The Assembly was In session a half nn hour tonight A resolution to atipolntn committee to In vest Iga to the coal handlers trlk was ro f01 red to n committee A bill was inttoducnd tbo Inngunun of which Is nonundorstandublo but tho Intent of which seams to be to author ize the employment nf a man fj sit on thin banks of the 1 Kill von Knll a Uili I dRhutuuu and scare off tho Baltimore and Ohio Staten Island Bridge cloy Green tonight mado his first appoint mont rewarding with the Surrogates oflleu of Camden county Thomas P Curloy a young and efficient Democratic worker MATAWAN Jan 3lDavltl A Doll the editor of the Mntawan Journal published a strongly worded editorial article In tho Journal of Saturday Saturday last In which he advocated thn election of Joseph D Bodle to the Unltnd Stium Siniil instead of Leon Abbett When Mr Abbctt wis President of the Senate several years ago Mr lieU was his private secretary lie IrIoil two terms In the Assembly This bolt III l reckoned Important If for no other reason than that it holds up the hands Assemblyman Throck morton ot tho First district of this county tIm Democrat wbo bolted to Dodlo thu other day an ALLinoytss FAVORIIE JOKE Il Osiva Unexpected thence tn TVI Youucr Visitors oat Ike reno Library A letter signed E1If 0 was published yesterday yesterday In an civenltiBT nevrsi elmer It recited that the writer and another younir lady had bicn Impertinently treated In the Lox Library hy an tlderlj nmnMOio was ono of the librarians he having so the loiter MuteR asked them for their pbotnuruphs to add lo his collection collection of handhnme vtntnen Hip 1 letter stiS f for inv part should never enter tho litaco again as hong as I knew ho was there tertilnlr the library Ult pelf unlinltlnir but t more reimlHive to yunui women with the pros ect of such nn onoounter J I Tho iiderl > nun referred lO to lit lr fi Auin A ill hone author of Alllhnn s lilctlonnrv I 1 U tbmrmm Hi I I Is 1 7U tears or oem and aKrandfather Mr Allihouo lanlitd meet eve miii it wiei ifl real lilO COlflllfthiit 7011 Ite Ie I lmemml I huiive tulle II rllerloll or 1110 IDUIh IIf Sm eilSlien n lenA l 1111I1 n 4 ii IIIIn 1I11hl ev m iiy love WaOlIIlIOII all Ii rOOt ann dcoll mimI j 111I I lint Icellll VV w1I I ulleelr ml It h mi n Idlllg Joke ii IIh 11I0 III Irlllnv hO collortll1 umf lilmmtmwraille 11111 after nhlhlllllq 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Nyrck In ISIS Hu and his broth en fapt isiio r ismith I Mult the Arrow In lnH alit WHS tIer onirmoer j Them t > 110 the nrlifln of the i n I ltd i i Unnlii line of hteamers which her III It t > Ut > years con trolled the tralllo of lime lowr Hudsui II wn fur Ill ICY learslrtililentor tIme imniit Ittieraud j Sen York Nleumuna Uonipuny Ueti btnitli wati i lrreltrililel i j elector ot Ihu Male In 1142 In I IH7J he was nii > uinud t i 1f 0iJ l J bv rresidetit tlrant to tie hupertlslntr tile Ill immrli milurmul I of uteamlioats nnd as such condutted thu oiler t explosion explosion experiinentii bt handy Hook I lieliu kuctenitd tIm rio year later by lien l > umont lift uai for I It Oil t the years an tlder ot th Mjaok rfforiniui Phurfh and iwrntvslx I ears I uprlnlendttut 1 of the N t iiik Ito formno 1 I Habhathsrhool tim va for ten > mire rrtridint tile Kocklnnd lel lily Illble II Miclelr and tho I Kocklnnl tffllllty I hunday hihnol Association lie was mIle of tile fonn tern I of I he iiomk Slid Coli lit National Ilink ttn hnillh leaves I u sImIle and two dniiifhters Mrs lir J u Iol lIal1lu ant Mrs Otn Jaines II lllauveltof > uc H Proposed KultsrKement of the Custom llniisr WASHINGTON Jan 31Tho Secretary of tho Trca ury to dav forwarded till Kenatt A communlca tlon from Collector Mngone 011 ew Voric relatIve to Iho proposed enlargement and liiiproviniuiit of the CustomHouse CustomHouse The tolleetor enclosed l u n liort nf tho United titaes Huperlnleniltnt of Itepslrs stNew York irltnmm I 1 detail the general I plan uirrted upon It I II Is hr 11mm oil lo 1 ln I j t renindel the present llfth slor > mil hulhl an wlilmmial iturr The sixth storv K t tu lie I riiiiiiirinied lire proof and upon a flrutiroof i door to hit placed o er the present i lro > mry Miur hllmenrer elevator in ut each corner of the huldlnir will he put III nnluini ntirn buildltnr reCIte wlilt s nur ifi hull wuttr tile nnd heatnu and itiiiilattnir aiM > nraiua liulinn > < rridurs I will sniround the rltundn WhIch will becoerfd aiew with a tile I roof TIme new story will ti tonstrt ctrd of ftranito like thi rest nf till tiuildini The preeni i tilth story was an addition made dub viars KO wloii thu roof was raised from the fourth stIr fhtentire plan ot remodsllluu will not exceed In con25 iulfi lodestar te1 l Ktlulo I r infers Tho Mar Association put Itself on record last Winter em ill furor nf whet U I known ae tttu lot n tstriii lu I the indexing of rent Suet 11I1Irr At It4 cmiui1 tneetlutr mi Jan 11 h the n4rocateJ of tint Muck yntciii orurl tho I IPOIIII1 lit r a COliIliiltlce or Oct Ill Il rotielmisr nimmt report lIl time lieOmViCl mmlii 01 lI I halo are reqmilremt to facIlit lIP hoe traicter i Imilid hillS ieoltit tIme 0510550 Ihereiif nnd ale 1 w hol tom 1 IrmIeimezit ulIII be ullemte III tIle IllitOSIlIf 01 ral 111510 remurii e III I ill 11111110 regIon OIimOCV t ho uIiil IlilItul lola coWl a pcl1 mlleetlu2 at C Ihl lion moo ilil aIlmlli lilt I liluht 1111 I hrord 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Inforonco Is Dominion Government position It baa taken based on tho treaty sumowhoro I have the Government still has frequently that no offer of tho has boon made There Is a rumor effect that pressure the Imperial authorities at Ottawa llrltlsh Minister at to secure the who would bo rnoro to tie expected from time as the present talked of ns a tile placo and bit tItan mentioned to It In pointed out that Identified with tho appointed us negotiations in regard easily bo carried out adjustment of lime greater facility Is not at all tIme oliictlons as John Macdonald tmreeeflt would Injure dently expected that rollnuulsh the load Charles Tuppir after cut Government Is Canadian High 1 1 Corn in I thn Imperial withdrawal from would bo mnlnlv to n taunt the French the execution ut Kiel RETALIATION WASHINGTON Jan 5Ia9Siiiliii tts treatment American than waters woto Congress today Intnin i Is in favor of denying to Canadian thn right to ptirchasn lint oxcluslon nf all or sea until thou of the Canadian In thu llouo Mr ducol a resolution Foreign AITatiB to Sennit nctaliatlnn Mr Liuvlor lag UVifmf The bclliecrtnt and the nnriouncfinent deviistch a lleet of fiir Nirtlierstcrn cot t ItiH United Mite grImm nAtierie4 fllievnnn nil UArMis Ailmtral 1orter fict that tmnelliyoevui ll hnrbnr mrt alt olltelv tIlt I New York iaii It am Phil Rmlomto tmmw tIll llntblimmre lnrtmmumh pIns It in iFCOIimtt Ilaio iIiretio ailmi 11101 07 it tO iihIeCimI or lii hmmlaeuemlflll lf ImlIr hmtmrimmn 011 i000t ml Fr moilmIl Tim nt the tmlmnlmrlImtlllr of 11mm 1111000 of aeiitmmtivtl till Al U Ilremermr lit VIllOrgmIII3 Tho csnltition was oIl Appropriations Tlm action taken emote and Hioe Committed ou Ioriliii auction Is undeihtood majority of them felt ill view of the gravity not only with tIll nitsont and netivn Administration They tlien > copies nf I he piiRsod by time Himate blllns 1 introduced I Into I mrnt Hltallatorr bill flgn Affairs Committee and Sucretary Manning HpHCltlcitlly nskeil nays nail nraforeneft bearing upon tho to his tmpervlulou th Treasury and nsknd to suggest any claim tn them di9lrnblu mires rile earliest NEW Owing tn the abicnce Naval Subcommittee noutlng Itti yet beon Informal I confluences Htiticonimltteo an doubtless rpcoivo tho luitteo tins beon priatlon for tit II crulbTH of lie t gunboats patterned three siiiKiiliu tori intention nn the th filrm nil ttmie when reached in hilt Houso the appropriation Hlriictlon of nt least to thonu already lLlUlISTEII OinunsTrit Mssa Indignation nmnng till liiHOlenooof I tills Kastporf Mn Thn ion tliit the House tnndlnir I for tho It Is timlrmil that bv bo be lost Tlinrt has thin pussngu nf the thorn hits lifnu nn it the Trpslilnnt nnd UWi the powers thorn Cashier Liktneultrs Claus M K Schroeder mania bnvings Uant In on Tliuridiy leaving n tffii hoar4 of TIlt or limo tiaiik yea trtup ffijor cf thu Diuui thor ill ilriniirtitl rouiiiiinn lilcKil aol Uil 84 iioiiKiiitM nut be rtclf deit luii lnicii who i that th 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The Sun (New York, New York)01 Feb 1887, TuePage 1
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