SENATOR QUAY OEAD, One ef the Most Noted Public Men of the Day Pasaea Away. Colonol Matthew Stnnley Quay, lenlor senator from Pennsylvania, died peacefully nt Heaver, Pa., on Friday nftornnon aflor nn lllnosa which had been morn or loss perHlst-ent perHlst-ent for the inn year, which took a turn for the worse ton dnys ago. and which tho doctors diagnosed aa chronic gastritis. Matthew Stnnley Quay waa born at Dlllahiiry. Tn., September 30, 18H.1. Ha attended tho public achools and Jefferson Jef-ferson college. Rrnduatliig In lS.'O and In 1HM wna admitted to tho bar. He wna colonel of the One Hundred and Thirty-fourth Pennsylvania, votuntoere and mllltnry secretary to tho governor gov-ernor of l'enn-ylvnnln durllii? the civil I wur. From 1SD.1 to 1S07 (uny waa a member of tho state legislature and he was elected rerrdsrv of the eommonwenlrh. a poiltion which ho hld for six yi ars He was recorder of phllndolphla and chairman of tho Republican Unto commute" during iho following year and In 1S7! was ai:aln elected aeeretary of tho commonwealth, com-monwealth, holding the office for three years. Ho was delegate to tho Republican national convention In 1S72 and ISTti and also from ISM to ISfiJ. The Inst slate office which he held was thnf of state treasurer In ISsS. He was elected United Stales senator from Pennsylvania by the Republican Re-publican party and took hla sent March 4, 18S7. He waa chairman of the Republican national committee In 18S8. Quay wna Culled S'ales senator for two terms from l".f to Itil'H. In the Inttor year he waa tried for misappropriation misap-propriation of the put lie funds and acuultlcd April 21, 18'''J, and on the samo day he was appointed United States aenntor by Uovoruor Stone of Pennsylvania. It la announced hy the family of Senator Quny that, carrying out the senator's dying request, thnre would be no ostentation In connection with the funeral. This compels the refusal of request hy the Masons lor a Masunlo funeral. iziTTTZEir-J' axty"