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PRICE OWE CENT. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1867. PRICE ONE CENT. " Tl
CROSS - EXAMOTNG KAHN.
11B DOESNT DO AS WELL WITII COL. FEL
LOWS AS Wmi ME. HOWE.
An l!(Tort to Show tlint He Was Afraid of
Hussey nnd II nd Known Him to be a
Danarroni Man Ho Fired the First Shot
for Assistance and the Second to Hit Una.
ej Initbe !( Mrs. Ilussejr Present.
gST ffp R.HOWE was prompt
er? JTsrft I?00 tlmo this morn-jfc-L
3 td Jfi In8 .Qt tu trial of Po
' Jkv8 ' "licomon Edward Hahn,
V X an n '' modost
UA'-VVfrvvv black lio indicated to
fLjJjlmM tuo reporters that ho
(dlVy1 fj y anticipated tho con-
rvT' r elusion of the ovidonco
WjtFtJfeLgcx to-day, and that ho
j&T5$wk$JL s10n mako tho last
ffltflffnjWfM P'ca 'or tno " ' is
' Jis33wWaWJ oliont. A simple,
vSffftfffffMfJpffl though largo nnd lus-
Tffff?ituSaEii trous diamond shone
KJffifSnJjJEr on his expansivo shirt
WW '".itlitT' front and a largo dla-
-aAiiSH? mond-studded ring
W glinted from eithor
f J fej " litUefln8or. Hlsiron
ljl I llfcifK , J Bry bair ros combed
u(wWm iiKpMTtW-i demurely back from
llWVTteTWinftPa 's high forohead, and
(ft(& -"UKywiia is manner was that of
v$&SJ$m$m n111 impressed with
Uow jjj otiigation to bo
Mrs. Hussey, who bad listened with her
bead inclined who shall say in attention or
in sorrow ? to young Edw. Hahn yesterday
as he related his story of the shooting, was
not in court this morning when Sir. Howo
began bis questioning, of the slayer of her
husband, but camo in afterward with tho
wife of her son, Cornelius Hussoy.
Hahn's air in relating his story was that of
one oppressed by the awful situation he was
in. and his voice was very low, though overy
word was quite distinct- His language was
good, as was indicated in The Evening)
world roport, and ho made a favorablo im
pression on tho minds of his hearers.
To-day Mr. Howe began with :
Halm, did you deliberate and Intend to kill Jack
IIuBseyT A. No, sir.
Q. You said you fired two shots In toe alrt A.
That's what I said.
(J. nave yon heard that nassey had often as
saulted other policemen and citizens t A. Yes,
Q. Ilave you heard that nassey was a leader of
the draft riots 7
This was ruled out by the Court, who also
declared tho last two questions properly iu
ndmicsiblo, and Mr. Howe excepted.
Hahn Baid ho hnd been fined one and throo
days' pay for sitting down at 3 o'olook in the
morning, and for going into a saloon, re
spectively. Mr. Howo wanted to show that Hahn ob
tained from the blotter in theDolancoy street
'htation a knowledge of tho record of Hussoy
ns an assaulter of policemen. But this was
not allowed, and Sir. Howo turned the wit
ness over to the prosecution.
Col. Fellows cross-examined Hahn, nnd
Hahn did not appear so well. He essayed to
argue with Col. Fellows, and was captious in
, Col. Fellows Ton didn't Intend to 1111 Hussoy,
illdyouilahnt A. Mo sir, I Intended to wound
o. Where did you Intend to hit hlrat A. In
the leg. I aimed low. I knew that the course of
the bullet would bo downward.
Q. Were there any piles of brick or stones In the
near vicinity of the place of the shooting? A.
There had been building going on there. I did not
say I was hit br stones or brick. I said missiles.
(J. HuHRcy did not approach you when you nrst
saw him that evening, did hot A. No, sir.
Q. He said he dfl not know you, didn't he? A.
i. Why did you flro thatjnrst Bhot T A. Ilnssey
was following mo out and I wanted to attract the
attention of a policeman.
(J. How near v. ere you when you tired tho shots?
A. About eight feet when I fired the first; tenor
twelve feet at tho second shot, and fifteen feet
when I fired the third shot.
Q. How many stones wcro thrown when you
were running toward Corlears street? A. I didn't
Q. Wcrethcroadozon? A. I should think as
many as that.
o. Wero yon on duty when you wcro drinking
and buying drink In those saloons?
After bridling nnd arguing a little, Hahn
replied in tho nftlrniutive, under instructions
from Mr. Howo.
Q. Why did you not tell Why yon shot Hnsser,
when you wcro given the first opportunity at the
hospital ? A. I had no right to tell Hussey.
Q, llits ferocious man put up his hand and
asked: " Why did you shoot me?" Was It askod
anirrlly or quietly, reproachfully? A. I did not
notice signs of auger. 1 can't say If he was
(. Did he! offer his hand? A. Yes, sir; but I
did not tako It the flrst time. I took It afterwards
because Sergt. Lnnecr ordered mo to.
(J. How much had you drank at tho excursion
that day? A. About a dozen beers.
Judgo Cowing asked Hahn several ques
tions, nnd tho prisoner illustrated tho
shooting, using tho corner of Judgo
Cawing's desk in n grnphio illustra
tion of tho corner entrance to MoElroy's
enloon. He said that ho had his eyes on
Hussey nil tho time nnd that Hussoy never
stood near the wagon in tho street. Hussey
did not stop at all, but followed him on a
run, swinging Lis arms. He showed no
weapon, but Hahn said ho feared he might
liavo ono in his pocket. Hussey was nftoon
At this Judge Cowing asked :
a Ijnwoldaroyou? A. Twenty-six years.
Q. How old was Hussoy? A. Flfly.ulne years,
O. And you did not think your lees would bo
nluiblo enough to take you out of his reach? No,
o. Would you be afraid of Hussey single-handed
and alone If neither of you were armed? old as he
was? A. Yes, sir, I would. '
Q, , But your fear of Hussey and tho crowd Im
mediately vanished after you had tired that third
shot ? A. Yes. sir.
Hahn admitted to Judgo Cowing that a man
camo near him between the first and second
shots and he told him to got out of the way
bocauso he was going to shoot.
I "Then you were deliberating," said Col.
Fellows i" had deliberated enough to warn
M this man to got out of the wny, you were
I going to shoot r" and Hahn answered in the
1 affirmative, nud this finishod tho examination.
I of Edward Halm.
1 Tho testimony of sovoral othor witnesses
concluded tho evidenco on both Bides, and as
it lacked only ten minutes of tho usual time
for recess thn pause was taken.
A After recess Mr. Howe summed up for tho
defense, followed by Col. Fellows.
M Charle M. Oelrlchs HI.
SPICUL TO TOE EVKNINO WOULD
JL NkwroiiT, Oct. 18. Mr. Charter M. oclrtci, of
TW New York, was yesterday seized with a serloul 111.
k neu and bis brother. Sir. Herman Oeliichs, was
i ''9 'eirraphed for and arrived this morning. The
?t former u much better to-dny.
H Uoaton anil Maine I tali road TrlampkanU
B (irXOIU. TO TUB KTEX1K0 WOBID.
m Cokcord.N. II., Oct. is. The Benatt psased
th Uaien bm to-dsy, U to 8.
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WARD'S MARRIAGE LICENSE.
The Base-Hall Short-Stop Secures It In the
Philadelphia. Orphans' Conrt.
PmLABELPrru, Oct. 18. Tfestordny after
noon in the office of tho Orphan's Court of
this oity, John II. Ward took out the license
for his morriago to Helen Dauvray. It has
been ascertained that they wore not married
at tho Hotel Lafayetto as first nnnouncod but
that tho wodding took placo between 8 nnd 6
o'clock in the afternoon, the ceromony boing
porformod privately by some clorgyman
whoso namo has not yet been divulgod. After
the wedding they roturned to tho hotel,
whero they still remain.
Tho license was fillod out by Ward himself
and recites tho fact that the right is given to
John Montgomery Word, of tho Bturtovant
House, Now York, born in Bellefonte, Fonn.,
March 8, 1860, and a ball player by occu
pation, to marry Helen Gibson, whose ago
is given at twonty-six years without
dates being given, Dorn in Cincinnati,
living at No. 49 Park avenue. New York, nnd
an actress by occupation. Tho fact is also
recited that the lady has been previously
married, but divorced Oct. 18, 1888, at Ban
Francisco, by the Supreme Court of Cali
fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Ward will remain in
Philadelphia for tho present, it is thought.
BIG MONET FOR THE CITY TO PAY.
The Tenth National Bank to Recover 0308,
OOO on a Tweed loan.
After litigation lasting many years, Judgo
Patterson, of tho Supremo Court, gave a
decision to-day awarding tho Tonth National
Bonk $358,819.23 from tho city.
Tho suit is n legacy of tho Tweed ring.
Tho bank's claim was for monoy advanced to
the new Court-House Commissioners in 1871,
aftor the regular appropriation had boen ex
pended. Tweed, Connolly and Ingersoll
wero directors of tho bank, and tho city con
tested the claim on tho ground that thoy, ns
directors, advanced tho money to the oity in
order to pay f also claims nnd divide tho spoils
Judgo Patterson finds that tho bank mado
tho loan in good faith and that the members
of tho ring had no part in making it. Tho
suit was brought by the city to recover
$G0,000 as interest duo on balances of city
moneys deposited in tho bank. The bonk ad
mitted owing tho interest, but put in the loan
as a counter-claim.
BOTII SIDES TALK VICTORY.
Gov. mil and Chairman Knnpp Each Can.
fldent of Winning the Election.
Gov. Hill returns to Albany this after
noon. During the forenoon he reoeivod a
number of prominont Democrats in his par
lor at tho Hoffman House. Gov. Hill feels
confident that tho Democratic Btnte ticket
will be eleoted, and is advising the Commit
too about the canvass. Tho outlook in every
election district in the Stato is to be reported
to the Executive Committee, and a poll mado
of the probablo vote in each olection dis
trict. Chairman John N. Knnpp, of tho Bepub
llcan Stato Committee, said to-day: "Our
campaign is progressing slowly but surely.
Wo will certainly elect our ticket. I think
that Col. Grant will get thousands of Demo
cratic votes. Here is a letter from a district
in Cattaraugus County giving the names of
fifteen Democrats who will voto for him."
THREE DAYS WITHOUT POOD.
AUeged Experience of an Inmate of a Char,
tSTXCUL TO TUX XVXNIXa WOItLD.
BnsAcusE, N. Y., Oct. IS. A case of ex
treme cruelty was doveloped to-day at the
Bholtorfor Incorrigible Girls in this city.
Through a visitor nt tho Shelter, Trw Evin
two Would reporter learned thnt Emmn
Purdy, fifteen yenrs old, had been locked
up in tho dungeon and forgotten until four
days had elapsed. Thn caso was investigated
and the Matron declared that tho girl was
not forgotten, and contrary to report, had
had n bed in the " lock-up," as it is called, to
Tho girl declared that sho had nothing to
cat for threo days, and all she had in tho
room was n blanket upon whioh she laid on
the laid on tho floor.
Tho Sholter is under tho patronago of
Bishop Huntington, and it is said that an in
vestigation will be made.
TUBER FOUND GUILTY.
The Anarchist Trial at Union IIUI Brought
to a Sudden Cloe.
In the Hudson County Court of Sessions this
morning the trial of the allegod anarchist, Henry
Tuber, who was arrested in Union Hill on Hunday,
Oct. 1, for attempting to Incite riot and cause
bloodshed, was resumed, this being the third
day of tho trial. When Court convened It was
found that neither the prosecution nor the State
had any more witnesses to examine, and tho case
was allowed to go to tho Jury. Judge Llpplncott
then delivered his charge.
The Jury retired at 11. is o'clock. At 11.63 the
knock on tho door of the Jury room announoed that
a verdict had been reached and the door was
opened. The twelve men filed In and, when
asked by the clerk as to the decision, the foreman,
Oarret van Vorst, said that the defendant was
found guilty as charged.
CLEVELAND FAVORS WASHINGTON.
Where Will the Next Ilemocrntlc National
Convention He Held t
1PEOUL TO TUX xvxxmo WOULD.)
Washimotox, Oct. IS. A movement has
been started hero by the Columbia Demo
cratio Club to securo the meeting of tho next
National Demooratio Convention in Wash,
toning The advantages of Washington as a
convention city will bo set forth in glowing
colors. It is understood that tho scheme is
legarded with favor by tho Prosident and
his frienhs. .....
They say that if the convention Is held
under the portals of tho White House, it will
be easier for them to head off any attempt to
bolt the administration slate on the part of
Michael FUmott Vuilts New York.
Michael llggoUi who arrived at Castle Oarden
from the steamer Italy last evening, Is dotaluod
there by the Commissioners. Ho came from Dub
lin and though he looks four-score, he says he Is
only 44. He Vs only t4, an old stove-pipe hat, a
rauied soldier's outfit and a dilapidated pair of
boots. He left Ireland, ho says, because times
were hard and ho has no friends there, lie is
likely to be tent back.
Hot. Dr. Nathaniel J. llurton, of Hartford, died
suddenly in that city to-day from Injuries received
by being thrown from a carriage several months
ago. Dr. Burton was pastor of the l'ark Church,
Tho World's Championship In Brooklyn.
8T. J-oois vs. PSTBorr. Tp-morrow, 8P. f.. Annuo.
BULLS BOOST THE MARKET.
BTAH) OLD STOCKS HANDLED WITHOUT
GL0YE8 BY BUSY BROKERS.
Reports of Cnt Rnleo by Western Reads
Send the Bull Under Cover Temporarily
and neara Make an Onalannkt Forelsn
Mprcnlntora Disponed to Sell American
Securities Tips From Tho World's Ticker.
Wali. Stbebt. Oct. 13.
saoaana UQE enough, tho
"" (JTM 8mrflP n stocks yester.
JL , X, tSB dRy brought in a largo
v " S SKZJ this morning, nnd tho
jv r iS& benrs naturally took
yfrCJjjjSSSi advantago of this to
f V ffR.' coutlnuo tho hammor-
vnfvCJH? nn ne l,roceS8, A few of
wmW' g tho bulls who had not
jrR III S lBt hP0 altogether
69 S Ravo support to Union
IKJMf i Pnoiflo nnd soveral
r JrK intlinr nlifirnfl and thrt
Jl Jrl I stock just named
ff?MiOyS23nmi,0( i6 tl0m
IjS''iaS'HK nt tho oloso yes
terday, but thoy wero
met bv suoh a flood of selling
that they, too, quickly gavo up tho task.
Tho passing of the Baltimoro nnd
Ohio dividoud was UBed as a great bear argu
ment, but there was hardly any necessity for
oven this, in view of tho alarming reports
received concerning the railroad situation
at the West. Tho big linos were
Baid to bo cutting and slashing rates on all
kinds of trafflo, and Manager Miokor, of Uio
Northwest, was credited with saying that
" Tariffs nro so low I'm ashamed to look at
When tho bulls saw this they ran undor
cover and tho market was completely at tho
mercy of thoir opponents. Union Pacifia
tumbled from iUX to K; St. Paul from
72 to 70Jf, and some of the less
notlvo .shares, liko Ban Franoisco,
Oregon Navigation, Mil. Lake Shore fc Wes.
tern, and St. Paul A Duluth broko 2 to 4
points on very small sales. Even the staid
old Chic Bur. A Quincy was handlod without
gloves, and whilo sales wore being mado at
128 a 129 regular it was offered at 12S sollor
A good deal of long stock was forced out
which tho bears quickly grabbed, and then
proceeded to bring about a rally. Tho
smaller Aborts, as soon as they took in the
situation, mado nn effort to cover aud tho ro
sult was an advanoe to figures above lost
London after selling stocks also took back
somo of them when things were improved.
Western Unionjmd Beading wero firmer all
day than tho rest of tho market, and the
story that the Beading troubles would surely
bo fixed up this afternoon assisted the recov
ery in the wholo list.
A rumor was afloat that tho Chicago, Bur
lington and Quincy dividend will bo reduced
to the rate of B por cent, per annum. Tins
ndded to tho uneasy feeling during tho morn,
Just before 2 o'slock tho bears mado a ter
rific onslaught upon St. Paul and forced it
down to 10f. As 70 has been tho prioe prom
iscd by tho Batoman party, tho impression
gainedg round that n rally was not for off.
Money was offorod nt 4 a 6 por cent, on
stocks nnd thero wasunnsualpressuro to lend
on Governments at 8K per cent.
Exchange was strong and the rates were
put up to 4.82 nnd 4.86H.
During tho last hour, of business stocks
took a jump, and tho shoru rushed in at n
lively rato to covor.
Opsn. ntt taxi, prleet,
Amerlcsn Kiprew ioa lofty 10SW 10RU
UanuU Houttiora 61 ViW MM WJj
Canada Paclflo 0l 61 gl 81
Central Paclflo, M, M 2 3U
OIotb., Col., Oln. a ind 49), 49; 48 4'J
Ohaaarwaka A Ohio ...... .Jt.. ,
Chic. Unrl. A Qutnci 1WII 139 137' H8
C)KcaoANortTm..t. .. WIK 1MK 1U$ 10 J
CMoTTmTI. AHt. 1-auV....... 73; ,u" ,W' AW
Ohio., Mil. 4 St. Paul pfd.... lia 111 U8 lj8
ChioJ Hook Ii. Jt Paoi&o 113)4 1131 11?., I'JX
Ool. i Hookln Vallfj 'J1J 31?! 31 3iQ
Colorado Ooall Iron.. 31 UJX UJ 3j4
Conaolldatod Oa 70 JIM, TO 71
lie)., Uck.4W.rt.rn....... 134 1MK 1?4., 13S,
Delawaro 4 Hudaon 97. WH mi VHU
Denter 4 Ulo Uranda 31V 33 31 S 33.
IenTer41UoGraudp(J isSi M MH MM
K.Tenn., Va. 4 (JeoVsla..,,.. 13 10 5J J
K. Tnn. Va. Oa. l.t pH.. JS M J5 65,
K. Tnn. Va. 4Ua. 3.1 plj... ltt 1 19 1HK
Fort Worth 4 Danw Clr...., 47M ,47M 47M
Illlnol. C.ntral HIT U. 1J5U 116i
Ind., Bloom. IWmKih 13M 13M 13M 18H
Klnsaton4 l'cmbroka 39M 39M 39 39M
Iou6tI11 4 NaaUrlU 66)2 MW 6tH 6ok
Lake Show WM VM 90 5l
hake Krle 4 WesMra 1 jl U U
ManhatUnConaol Wl 97. I WH
MlchlfanUentral W4 MX H3M 83M
Mil., L.8. 4 We.lern...., Hi SI S3 Hi
Mil. L. 8. 4WMtmpfd 1U3 lO-iU 104, 104
Mnnaapolia4bt.Ii.mU. 10 lOJi V'( J'i
Missouri PaclBo..,.u BOM 91 88JJ JIH
Mlaaouri, Kansas 4 Veiaa 3IM 31U 3U! 31U
NawJerie Central 71 .73)5 .7IM 73JS
NtwYorkCentral......... lOojJ 10IK 103JI 10l
NrwYork4NewKnianii,.... 6 30 SS), 8(1)?
N. V., Chicago 4 tit. Louis... 16M 16i 16 15M
N. v.! Lakafirie iWe.tem,. 11 20VJ 35 3i
N. Y..L. Krio 4. Western pfd. 69,, MM 69 W)J
N. Y.! Husq. 4 We.1. pfl 50M 37M 36. 37.
Norfofk 4 Western pfd 3tH afl 8SM MK
Northern Paolflo.... 34 30Z 1U 3'J'l
Northnni Pacltio pfd 4J 41)3 ,, M
Ohio 4MislMlppi 33 ii 31M 3J
Ontario 4 Western.,.., J6 1JM Ull UK
rir.ti lt.lli.iv A NaTiuatlon. 81 81 7U 83
Smconlnnsooutlnental 1M IS, 10. IS.
reion ImproTsm.nt 3o(, a7U 30M 37
PaorfloMall....... 31 35)2 85 S5JJ
Philadelphia 4 ftaadlns....... 69(J C3 69M Wl
Peoria. Ceeatur 4 Kfansfllle.. ,30 30 .35 .30
Pullman Palaoe Car Corapanr. 148 148 llM 147fi
hlohmond 4 West Point Ter.. 33 Wi AY, 33)
IUeh. 4 West Point Tar. pfd.. 47 47 47, 47
St. Panl4 0maha....... .... 89 38); 39
8t. Paul, Minn. 4 Manitoba.. UJM 98 97 VH
Mt. Louis 4 Han Fran, pfd 71 71 C8 C8
Teiaa Paclflo...... 33 3JW 31V W
TenneBsee Coal 4 Iron 33M 33M 33 Vj 3JM
Union Paclflo 45M 40 M
Wabash, Ht. louts 4 Paoldo.,. is 16 15 W4.
tVabasb, St. I 4 Paclflo pfd. pf 39 28 , 38'.
Western Union lal(rrapU 76, 76: 74i ?6J
WLealuig 4 Lake Kne 89 39)2 37 87
Tips From tlio "lircnlna World's" Ticker.
Tuo popular feeling Inspired by to-iluy steady
market la that bottom prices are somewhere lu the
Money is returning from the West nntl South.
The banks expect to receive a hundred million be
fore the Now Year.
It is confidently bclloved that leaven is at work
In Reading affairs which will shortly shake the
market up on a sharp rally.
The Qould people talk hopefully and say that tho
ultimate outcome of II. 4 O. und Heading manipu
lation will be a considerably higher market.
Itussell Saire is no longer adverse to selling
" puts " on Western Union, but hln "spread,"
good (or the balance ot the year, are from llftuvu
to twenty points ap-iit.
No confluence Is placed In the staterucut that tho
Hank of Englaud directors propone to raise the ills
count rate to A per rent. Haifa cent advance, If
any, Is all that la anticipated.
A prominent Investor on 'change said to-day that
the peculiar feature of the present market was that
the loudest bull promltera are, uud have been tor
the past month, the beavleat sellers.
Henry Clews says In relation to to-day's market,
thnt it ahows there U a place where people will
come In and buy. . More atook has been bought
and taken away to-day than for a long time
The Commack, Dateman and Durand taction,
with a courage born of recent success, laugh at
what they term an "old man's Joke." lie who
laughs Ut. however, Is yet to be heard from In
MRS. R0C11 SAW TILE MEN.
Her Story Concerning the Mysterious Mur
der of Lilllt Iloyle.
WisBSTxn, Mass., Oot. 18. Tho first
big strido toward tho solution of tho
famous Lllllo Hoylo mystery has, it is bo
liovod, been mado by your corrospoudont to
day. If subsequent investigation bears out
tho ovidonco, as represented, tho exact tlmo
nnd plnco whero tho murder was committod
will linvo been discovered, together with tho
witnesses who heard tho dying shrieks of tho
girl nnd obtained a viow of her murdorora
aftor tho deed was committed, and saw thom
drivo towards tho spot whero the body was
found, presumably carrying tho dead body of
their victim with thom.
For sovoral days post your correspondent
has boon making intiulry at tho farm houses
along tho road leading from Webster,
out past tho tumble-down corn crib,
under which tho body was found. Tho
search was fruitless until about
noontimo to-day. Then nn old German
woman was found, named Wilholmlna
Itoch, who mado a startling statement. Bho
livos at Webster Mills, a town a mllo north
of bore, in n two-story frame house. Tho
mtldlncr Is situated on a llttlo hill, at the foot
of which runs tho French IUvor. Tho prin
cipal highway to Oxford, two milos
distant, whoro tho body was found,
passes in front of her door, and
winds down to a bridge over tho river. On
the opposite bank of the river is another
highway running parrallol with tho roar of
the houso, and after tho first road crosses tho
bridge it joins with tho second. Mrs. llooh's
house is a porfeot watch town of observation,
commanding a full viow of tho highways on
either sldo of tho river, of tho bridge nnd of
the country to tho north towards Oxford.
On n certain night early in September and
whioh, it will be later shown, was almost
certainly Sept. 1. tho night of tho murder,
Mrs. Itoch nnd her husband wont down to
tho outhouso in the rear yard.
This was a f ow minutes beforo 11 o'olock.
Mr. Itoch returned upstairs first, and a mo
ment or two later, as Lis wifo was about to
follow him, sho hoard a long, plorc
ing shriek. Then thoro wore the
indistinct sounds of a gruff, angry
voico, followed by a second despairing cry.
A dog belonging to a farmer by tho name of
Bugbce barked loudly. Mrs. llooh was
greatly frightened and rushed into the house.
Thoro was no further outcry. Thero aro in
the family beside herself nnd husband nn
cighteun-year-old daughter, a sixtocn-y ear-old
son and a baby and a mnlo boarder.
Mrs. Iloch wont to tho window looking
across tho river to tho highway. Bhe saw two
men, ono stout and heavy, with a long, full
beard, nnd tho other young and slight
in appearance. Bho saw thoso two
men pass down tho rood from a
point whoro the screams had been heard
till thoy camo to the cross-road uearing the
bridge. Ono of thom turned down aud
walkod as far as tho bridge, gazing about as
if to make sure that none was near. The
second continued a little way up to Oxford
Mrs. Eoch, by this time, had taken the
lamp from tho room so that no one could bo
seen at tho window. The night was bright,
and there was a full moon nnd it was clear.
The mcu disappeared up tho road in the
direction of Webster.
About half an hour beforo midnight, as
near as the family can rocon. a covered cor
ringo, drawn by a big brown horso, returned
to the spot and then spod away at a rapid
rato towards tho spot whoro tho body was
At 12:80 the sound nf wheels was heard
rumbling across the bridge and man and wifo
rushed tp the front window to soe the car
riago as it passed. It was the same rig they
had seen on hour before, and they could
moko out two men in it.
ALDEEMAN CORCORAN BURIED.
The Funeral at the Clinreh of the Holy Inno
Tho funeral of Alderman James Joseph
Corrignu took plnco this morning from his
homo, Ho. 212 West Thirty.third street. At
10.30 o'clock tho funeral proces
sion moved from tho houso to the
Catholic Church of tho Holy Innocents,
at tho cornor of Brondway and Thirty
seventh stroot. Moro than ono hundred car
riages followed tho hearse, whioh was drawn
by four bluck horses. Tho pall-bearers wore
associates of tho dead man in tho Board of
Aldermen. Thoy were P. J. Diwor, James
13. Cowie, JohnQuinn, James T. Van liens.
saelaor, William E. JJowling and Hugh F.
At the church a solemn high requiem mass
was celebrated, A ssistant . Pnsior Father
Dougherty boing colubrant, with Father
Downes as deacon and Father Kennoy as sub
deacon. Tho churoii, which is capablo of
seating two thousand people, was thronged,
many persons boing unablo to ob.
tain ndmittauoo. Among tho throng
woro Mayor Abram S. Hewitt, the Board of
Aldermen in a body, fiheriff Hugh J. Grant
and Firo Commissioner Ilichard Crokor.
Among tho societies represented at the fu
noral wcro tho Catholic Benevolent Legion,
tho Excelsior Union, aud tho Tammany Hall
General Committee and Naragansett Club, of
which deccasod wos n monibor. Tho inter
ment will bo in Calvary.
MUST PAY TAXES IN OHIO.
Lake Htaore nnd Weittrro Union Stock At
euuble Henvr Iiitrriwta Involved.
SrSCIal. TO TH CYBXIHQ WORLD.)
Cleveland, O., Oct. 13. Owing to n de
cision of tho Buprcuio Court lost week that,
undor tho Ohio statu 1 s tho stock of the
Wobtcru Union and of i..o Lake Bhoro is tax.
able in this Stato, tho cuso in issue will bo re.
opened. Thn parties to tho suit nro tho
Treasurer of ltichlaud County and the archl.
toct of Ouynhogii Count v,
Tho decision affects the local stockholders
of every railroad corporation in Ohio, and
hundreds of interests urn involved.
The Conrt has granted n motion permitting
interested corporations to make arguments.
IJcrlloit Inap.'rtara t'ruso Preferred.
rrCUL Til THE EYKMXU WOULD.)
A1.DANT, Out. 13. The Court of Appeals, on
motion of Abner C. Thuuisa, representing tho
I'nltcd Labor Party, has ordered that the appeal
from the order of the (lenurul Term, refusing a
peremptory maudamua lu the action brouKht by
John McM.icUn and another, In the name uf the
people, against tho Hoard of police Commissioners
o( New York, bo heard before It next Monday.
Newark Aunrclilni lnlu Tiro I'olnta.
iriCIlL TO TUX SVtXIMU WOULD. 1
Newaiik, Oct. 13. The Neark Exilse Commis
sioners hao decided not to revoke the license of
boclaiUH Williams, of Mercer street, as the evi
dence produced waa Inaamclcnt to demonstrate
that tho plaoo was the rvaurt of Anarchlsta.
Tho Tradca Assembly has decided to piylts
share of the cost of the demonstration to demand a
now trial for the doomed Chicago AtarahUts.
The Tblatle'a fttnrt Delayed.
Tho Scotch cutter Thistle did not get away to
day, she was delayed In shipping her stores so
that sho will not be ready to start across th
Atlantic until to-morrow.
Capt. Ilarr said that with favorable winds he
wonfti reach the other side In sixteen days.
ON THE WAY TO DEXTER.
CASHIER BARRON'S ALLEGED BUYERS
LEAVE BOSTON FOR MAINE.
Doth BtaJn nnd Cromwell HI apt Well Iatt
Nlht What the Tombs Turnkey Think
of the Two Men Cromwell's Tlnit Hcpn.
tntlon In the Vicinity of Foxboro', Mnsa.
Doth Men Aro Tery Desperate Characters.
israelii, to Ttra btskiko wobld.
Boston, Oct. 13.
nasftogf HE alleged mur
gvfisJIl deters, Btnin and
Wjlji f Cromwell, paid tho
IaIMI ' Tombs a visit last
rtiTfilu night. Stain was
IfyW c?jj5. placed at onco in cell
'VyjSSSvfHjNQ ' 8' nco k em
fe&SpC3l of uo 0UB corrldor,
"AKjfcyjsSf ""d Cromwell slopt In
t(t 1 UIklA Both of them passed
'b$S' 1 Qulct nlBllt' They
m jiCj jfl went to bed soon aftor
jCM H"1 arrival at tho
l2Cti cells, wont to sleep
early nnd wero wide awoke this morning
when summoned to the train.
At 8.80 o'clock their cells wero unbooked.
Btnin was handcuffed by Oflloers Bean and
Cromwoll to a fellow-offloor, and they started
for tho Dexter (Mo.) train.
Speaking of thoir appooranoe the turn-key
at the Tombs, who hold their liberty in his
hands, said i " Tho man who staid ovor
there," pointing to coll 27, " was the ono
who did tho businoss I can bot. The other
man seems docile and looks as
though ho oould bo easily lod along. He
docs not seem to bavo courago enough to go
ahead and do anything rash alone. Stain,
however, looked desperate. I think he
would tako any moans to accomplish any
design that ho might bavo."
The most surprised sot of dotectives in the
country this mornlna are the slouth hounds
connocted with tho Chief Inspector's oflloo
in Peznberton Square.
Tho remarkable story of The World's
capturo of the murdorcs of Cashier Barron,
of the Dexter Bank, astonished them.
" Tho best pleco of enterprise I ever heard
of," exolaimed Chief Inspector Hansoom to
day to Tux EvutrNQ Would correspondent.
" To think that a pnp'eYfuirald 'ran down
tho porpetrators of one of the most mysteri
ous of modern crimes in such n oompleto
manner astounds mo. Tub Would has
added anothor bright gem to the crown of
In all the hotels, police stations and on the
streets tho sole topic of conversation is Tub
Wobld's " beat." Hundreds of people who
read an abstract of the story in the Olobe were
waiting in tho corridors of Young's Hotel and
Parker's for tho arrival of Tins Would on tho
1 o'clock train from Now York to got tho
whole story. ,
Said ono onthnsiastio Bostonlan to Tub
Evening Would correspondent: " What next
may wo expoct from this groat paper ?"
Bupt. Cornish, of Pinkerton's Agency,
"I have read n portion of Tub Womb's
account of the Barron murder and found it
highly interesting. It is a great case, and if
tho statements' published aro corroot, as
there is surely every reason to believe thoy
aro, the case will go down on the criminal
history of Now England as perhaps tho great
est piece of journolUtio detective work on
Detective Thornhill, of tho samo ogenoy,
was of the aame opinion.
Taking n Prep at the Prisoners.
SPECIAL TO THE KVEillXO WOULD.
Pobtumouth, N. H., Oct. 13. A big crowd
of curious people was gatherod in tho depot
hero upon tho arrhalof tho 9 o'clock Port
land train from Boston, all anxious to get a
sight of David L. Stain and Oliver Crom
well, tho men viho are said to bavo mur
dered Cashier John Barron, of tho Dexter
(Mo.) Savings Bank, and robbed that institu
tion in 1878, by Charles F. Stain, a sou of
Theso men were in the, custody of Shoriff
Mitchell and sat quietly in a car about tho
third from tho end of tho train. A crowd
quickly gathered about tho men, aud but fow
had a chance to seo them. Both hung their
hcndB, kept thoir eyes on tho floor and said
nothing. They soumod to feel thoir position
keenly. Similar scenes ocourred all along
thu road where stops were mode.
Cromwell a Dmprrato Character.
(SPECIAL TO TUB KVIX1NU WOULD.)
Foxnouo, Mass., Oct. 18. Oliver Crom
well, who was arrested yostorday at Wulpolo
charged with being ono of tho murderers of
Cashior Barron, of tho Doxter, Mo., Bnuk,
was well known in this vioiuity
and was suspected of being tho murderer of
Mrs. Arriugton. of Foxboro, nnd was for
somo timo closoly watched by the police Ho
has n bad reputation, nnd bos always been
considered a dosperato character by tho
Cnpt. Illnrk to Arrive To-morrow.
Oen. lloger A. I'ryor rcci'lved a telegram to-day
front Capt. Illack, (counsel for the Chicago An
archists, stating that hoould reach New York
to-morrow forenoon, as soon as be arrives, the
record of tho Anarchist' trial will bo examined
and the appeal to the UnlCed states Supreme Court
Mllklewlea Denies the Htory.
ISTICLU. TO TUB ETSSKIO WOBLD.)
Washinotoi, Oot. 18. Count Mitkiowicx,
who is confined to hit house by illnsas, nu
thorlMa a denial of tho London report that
the Chinese couoetsiou has bean cancelled.
Ouf Rtyle of Mrtt Sweeping.
GOSSIP FROM PARIS.
Approncblnir Mnrrlnse of Mile. Aline do
Kotharhlld In M. Albert Nnason.
srECIAL CABLE TO EVENING, WOBLD.
Paths, Oct. 13. Osmnn Latrobo and wifo,
Baltimore, aro at tho Hotel Dalbo,
II. P. Bartol lcavos Paris shortly for Con
stantinople Mrs. Frank Tracy (Agnes Ethel), of Buffalo,
is at tho Hotel Durbin.
Gen. Boulangor denies that ho is in any
way implicated in tho Gafiarcl matter and
accuses the press of being too hostile to him
and of being rulod by tho present Miuistor
Vordi is to writo on opera on tho subject of
" Don Quixote"
Tho stroct-swoepors of Paris had a grand
meeting last night to ameliorate their con
dition. It was resolved that 40 contimos
should bo paid to men and 27K to women,
both to furnish their own brooms.
Ohovreul, the centenarian scientist, spoke
for threo hours yesterday at tho Academy
of Sciences. His voice was clear nnd could
be distinctly heard in all parts of the room.
The marriage settlement of Mile. Alino do
Bothsohild will be drawn up Monday at hor
father's, tho Baron Gustavo do Rothschild,
on Avonuo Marigny. A grand reception will
bo held. Her marriage with Mr. Albert Sns
son, tho wealthy banker, will bo solemnized
CLAMORING FOR BREAD.
London WorMnsjtnen Creatine Alarm by
SPECIAL CABLE TO TOE EVEXIKO WOBLD.
London, Oct. 18. Much uneasiness is oo
cnsioired bore by the over increasing crowds
jwhpfrathpr daily, in Trafalgar Square clam
oring "for bread , or workT The "inecU
ings aro always surrounded by the
polioo and all possible precautions
nro taken to prevent a riot. Tho meetings
nro not organized by tho usual Socialistic
propagandists, but aro composed, in n great
nvtosuro at least, of laborers, homeless and
worklcBS, of which at present thoro nro esti
mated to be over one hundred thousand.
Near midnight yesterday a man was ar
rested for addressing a meeting iu St. Paul's
churchyard, in which he cursed tho canon
for keeping the Cathedral olosed whilo his
poor wcro homeless.
Tiensing, correspondent of tho Tlmtt, tele
graphs that tho Ohineso Government has
definitely withdrawn from tho agreement en
tered into between Li Huug Chang and the
American syndicato for the establishment of
a Chiucso-Amorican bank in China.
IRISH POLICE FRiailTENED.
They Flee to Escape Arrest for Mnrder on
Account of the MltclirlUtown rilauihier.
SPECIAL CAJ1LE TO THE BVBMIMO WOBLD.
Dublin, Oct. 13. Tho verdict of tho Coro.
ncr's jnryntMltchellstown ot murder against
the Police Inspector and fivo nf his men, has
created a scare. Tho Government has with
drawn tho incriminated officers from tho
town to prevent thoir arrest under the ver
dict, aud according to a despatch to UnUtd
Ireland, tho Captain who commanded tho
polico at Mitchcllstovtu has fled tho country.
No warrant had been issued against him,
and no hostile action was taken except tho
summons of Deau O'Keagnn for trespass in
broaking into tho Dean's premises with the
polico, and breaking up on assemblage of
Editor O'Brien's friends.
Hnnpai from Ibo Nouuder.
I'ittsbuuo, ra., ocu 13. The Iter. Dr. Kerr,
editor of the Utwen frerlvterUtn, of this city, Is
dangsrously ill at his horns.
Hvuaci'SB, N. Y., Oct. IS. William 1. Good
ale delivered the address at the dedication of the
aoldlsra' monument at lialdwlnavllle.
Ansonia, Conn.. Oct. Is, The body found
hanging In the woods yesterday la helloed to be
that of a farmer uamed I'age, of Woodbrldge.
Jackson, O., Oct. IS. The bollsr In a portable
saw.uilll three miles from this town exploded last
night. Kent Kvana and Jainta Irwin ware killed.
Vincbnnks, Ind., Oct. It A slrlkeof several
thousand coal miners la In progress In the southern
section of the Stats and a coal famine is threat
ened. Halifax. Ocu IS. rerrr Tvis, of pain-killer
fame, and a party of Americans are under arrest
lu the weatcrn part of the proTlnoo tor hunting
llrrrALO, Oct. is. The Prohibitionists here
have placsil tho wifo of a well-known clergyman
on tho city ticket, as a candidate lor Superintend
ent ot Education.
Nrwdl'hviokt, Mass., Oct. IS. Mrs. Moses
Stevens, illas Nancy and Mils Lucy Monroe are
clalmuuia for an estate valued at t W0, Coo in Invar.
neaa and Aberdeen, Scotland.
IltiKCAio, Oct, is. Diphtheria Is quite preva
lent In this city, the latent death being that of the
sou of u prominent clvrgymau. Tho authorities
arc 8trl lug to keep tho matter quiet.
Halifax. N. 8., Oct. IS. The achooner Qeor
gtna arrived her to-day with Capt. Dunn and
crew, ot the brlganttne Isabella, which was aban
doned at sea, having oea dtaabltd In tho gales of
Kansas Citv, Mo.. Oct. IS. President and Mrs.
Cleveland narrowly escaped an accident in this
city last night. Jual before they had grossed the
street railroad track two cars came Into oolllalon
and were thrown off tha track Into the crowd. Ber
erul persona were Injured.
Dboatdk, 111., Oct IS. K. r. n. Gibson, ot
Mew Totk, and A. U. nackaiaiT. ot Nw Jraey,
3 lod a mnrtgag for record in this county yeler
ay, on the Chicago, Havana and Western Hall
way for S wo, ooo. Tho road oxUnda frosa Cobb.
palgn to Uecat ur and from Whin UeaUt to Ilavaua,
mad people pamostmcken ;S
DETAILS OF TILE TERRIBLE FIRB IN TH n3jHi
NORTHERN OHIO INSANE AfliLVM, - jjH
Tho llamea DreaV Out While the Inmate are vjLH
Enjoying; JUneowtjU of Them Wr I'HB
Horned to Death or HntTbeated Three .ilH
Others Now Wrlthta In Pain from Their' : -J
Wery Wonnitsfciome Detail or To-Dar, '''"C'H
(SPECIAL TO lniBVBKIBO WOBLD. T )J3
Clbvxland, O., Oct. 18. Fire broke out In ' JH
tho Northern Ohio Lunatlo Asylum last night ijl
while 860 of the 050 patients wero enjoylsbfc ''LH
their usual Wednesday evening dance. -i i.lsall
About 8.15 o'clock cries of firo were heard mIMB
from the roar part of the building. All waa4 fH
confusion at onoe, excitable patient scream-, i(jB
ing and rushing wildly about, seeking to es- , 4'B
cape. Clouds of smoke Immediately .filled '-H
tho hall, Thoro was muoh difficulty in con-- liHI
trolling tho inmates. Tho men wcro ranged 'pbH
onto side room and tho women out of tile "-'91
north aido. The mon ruahod for the exit from Ul
their part of the building and were safely dl. t Wk
posed nf. The women wero overcomQ with 4fl
fright. In the confusion somo of the weaker AlSH
ones wcro pushed down, tromplod on and left y 3
insensible to suffocate or burn. "4H
Tho only male attendant on the woman'!"'
side of the hall roiled the windows for tbsr 1(B
punose of lotting out tho smoko, but he only ' 3fl
let in greater volumes. He then rushed tet 'yH
tho women's entrance and found the shriuk- VpbH
ing crowd in a dark hall, and with much dif. . 'IJI
flenlty guided them to a place of safely. Tho -:JH
women had just left the chapel when the fire s9B
burned through the door leading to the west '?. H
annex and caught on tho organ. A volume aH
of flame and smoko filled the room. H
OnUIItED ADD BtmrOOATXD. iH
Dr. Carpenter, one of the asylum phyri. !l
clans, and several attendants went into the JnaH
fire and smoko, and dragged out several half. tfl
suffocated and injured women. -tHiBH
Ono woman became unmanageable from .'.H
fear and insanity, nnd was lowered to a shad. JaH
roof below and escaped in the darkness. -'.IsbI
Throo women were carried out. all bodly B
burned and nearly suffocated. They were : ' .JM
Mary Ogle, Jano Black and Caroline Knlrwu v 9B
Tho attendants made frequent brief rushes tjM
into the burning building, only to be turned 'IH
back after a moment of unavailing search. H
SXCOVXSIKO TUB S0DTJC3. 1 1 ;iH
It was not known whother others were leftt H
in the room until the flro was partly subdued, -bH
When five dead bodies wero found. They were) ' JH
not all badly burned, but bad boon aiuilooatod VH
boforo tho flames hod reached them. ., pbQ
The firemen, trronlntr their war tmrnrAM lisasal
the flames with a stream of water,:1 , ;;nH
folt something soft and yielding; -un- vbH
dor thoir feet. They stooped down ' VtSH
and found two women clasped in esok "JpH
other's arms. They were burned almost to tu '&H
crisp and were unrecognlxable. Three bodies. 5sbHI
found, lying near tho door leading ovtt at ' 'ttjM
the chapel, wore removed , and wero'roooe V-'IH
nized' as Mrs. Margaret Pitts, of Medina -PbbI
.Ounntyt Miss Jennie B. Hall nnd Mis Evelyn . -J -!W
Scribnor, of . Ash tabula" County, TwootisW 'TSBl
were not recognized. J' . - S'SH
wnnnnto ajto onoiirrxo. v " "M
The injured aro Miss Mary Ogle, of La '
raine County ; Miss Jane lilaok, of- Stark caH
County: Mrs. Carolina Knowlton. of Ash. H
tabula County. The three injured women V'lLB
wero placed on oot beds in the woman's 'fH
word Their faces wero blackened by smoke, H
and their flesh was raw and bleeding. The hH
two least injured writhed and groaned lnaa H
agony of Buffering. 'H
Miss Knowlton, who was burned on tha ''Hl
face and hands, was a sight terrible to contem. H
plato. Her face looked like raw,pounded meat. IH
Ilor eyes wore burned out. and her eyebrow 'iH
burrned off. Her gray hair was dishevelled, '-H
and at intervals she emitted piercing shriek "filH
which fairly rent tho hoarts of the little H
group of bystanders. Soothing emollients . aaal
wero applied and artificial respiration was $bbH
kept up. but tho poor creature's burns are so iriH
severo that it is feared sho cannot live. filial
sxmains or six viotius. a4LbI
Just a fow feet beyond, where women yes vtBI
alive lay tossing in pain, were four cots, 'JbH
ranged one after the other. Every one con H
toined a dead body hid from viow by sheets. ' ,oH
In an outer room were two other charred ..il
lodies, quite unrecognizable. They wero 'XjHI
thoso of two women who, blinded by smoke, vlM
hod failed to escato the fated chapoljarni ?9H
worn devoured by the flames. -jtaiBi
Tho firo was first seen in the drying room M
connected with the laundry, but the ontlrts -dniBal
building seemed ablnzo before an alarm :H
could be given. The oity fire department. ''
was at onco summoned. 3naai
Tho rear part of the building was occupied lasH
by servants, who all lost nearly all their per. .liflH
sonal effects, including some money. "A 'JHfl
large number of women patients escaped to. H
the surrounding oountry and city, nnd 'JH
sovoral wero found wandering oa LbH
the streets, and wero placed undor good t3M
care. Patients confined In the violent ward vjB
wero much disturbed and beat against their ftH
iron bars. Thoy did not comprehend who J
was tho trouble, but they knew theru fc H
Romethtng wrong. A male patient from "IH
l'ortago County, named Dyson, jumped from jiSH
n third-story window and escaped with only "iallH
n Biirained ankle.
All of the patients fatally burnod.M well '3H
as thoso yet alive, aro chronic caso. Ml
sEAiscnrNo rax botns. .H
A search party early this morning found, SB
the body of a woman near the shea in tha '-MS
rear of amusement hall. Her face was badljn 71
blackened, evidently having died from caffow JH
cation. The body was recognized as that of "SLbH
Miss Mary Rico, a seamstress employed Is fl
tho asylum. Among tho dead Is also Mist J1H
Charlotte Knowlton. PH
All night long the demented wanderers
were searched for. Many were found in the '1
streets of Nowburg and in tho country ad- 4jM
joining. Some wero driven by cold to apply Jfl
for admission to houses, whero they were de- jlH
taiued and cared for until they could be re. IsfiM
turned to the asylum. tafJ
LArjonTin, pruYsn and bono. M
During the progress of the fire some ln WM
mates laughed, others proyod and many vx9
Bang'. One aged woman with a severe burn 'Mai
on her face Indifferently sat and rocked back JE3
nnd forth as if nothing was wrong. wW
Thero ore now three inmates missing, MM
They aro Mrs. Kimerly and Miss Drinker. SM
hoff, supposed to be bodies so badly burned i3B
oa to be unrocognizaclo, and Miss Thompson, It&l
who is known to bo alive, but cannot bt MM
found. The cause of the fire is a yet a my. ijjfl
tory. . W
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