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," ' HOST'S INCENDIARY SPEECH.
rOLICEMEN REPEAT TO TIIE JUBI WHAT
TUB ANARCHIST SAID.
A Dig Crowd of Witnesses for the Prisoner
1 Fill the General Besslon Court A Jury
ObtiUned Without Hindi Dimeulty The
Ktenosjrnpher Who Took Down 1IU
Speech Conversant With German.
f The resumption of Uio trial of Herr Johnn
J Most before Judge Co-wing, in Part I. of
tlio Court of General Sessions thls
; morning, brought another groat crowd
t of curious people to the brown
' stono court-house, but throe people
; out of ovory fonr who applied for admission
to tho court chamber wore turned away by
tlio doorkeeper, who had orders to admit no
ouo not connected with tho trial as lawyer,
witness or reporter.
Notwithstanding all this, there wero not
seats for oil tho people who wero per
mitted to enter, for thoro wero fifty
men and women who prcsonted subpoenas
as witnesses for Herr Most. Thoy had boon
iu attendance at tho meeting of Anar
chists in Kracmer's Hall, on Saturday
c oning, Nov. 12, when tho speoch which is
alleged to have been incendiary was uttorod
by Most. Theso witnossos for tho most part
woro tho marks which distinguish tho be
lievers in Anarchism from other peoplo.
There was an utter disregard for appear
ances in dress, hair and beards woro strag
gling and unkempt, and oyes flashed that
hunted expression which has been so
frequently described by novelists. ,
The appeornnco of Herr Most, wearing a
red rose in the lapel of his not now unuor
coat, agitated the risiblesof thoso whose sense
of the fitness of things was acute.
Editor Jonas, of the Volks.Zeitung, Sorgtus
Shevitch, Hugo Vogt and other prominent
Socialists were in tho audience
MR. GEBBY WITH A BLOOD-BSD TIE.
, Elbridgo T. Gerry was present in court till
Mrs. Eliza King, a nenvy-facod woman who
had been twico convicted of corrupting tho
morals of her own fourteen-year-old daugh
ter, had been sontoncod to ono year in tlio
penitontiary. Commodoro Gerry woro or
Anarchistio red necktio, but when he so
that tho reportors wero noting it he fold"
his coat ovor It, his faco suffused "
Jo-oph Brown, an old and gray-htfed
man, who had tried to end his own li "y
cutting his throat, was arraigned. H wj
' swathed in bandagos and limped totP ran
painfully whon Judge Cowing directs that
ho como nearer, adding : " I want toenow
a man who is tirod of living looks." . .
" No, your Honor ; I don't wo to die
now. I am glad I am alive." , ,
Brown was sentenced to ono fi! "J tne
Tombs, ond then tho prinoipol "-- tho
day was taken up. . . ,
There woro cloven men in the ary-Dox for
tho trial of Horr Most, and izens were
fl examined as to thoir qunlifieaons for the
Patrick Hall, real estate deo t 729 East
,' Ninth street, was accepted a took the va.
j cant chair. Mr. nail said was on Irish.
1 man and a Land lioaguer, W ho did not be.
! lieve in tho Anarchists' WB' M. Howe
nS" Why. Mr, Hall, yon V0 ta, "M?"
' for achangoof affairs ir Ireland by Glod-
stone, Parnell and O'B.f,-. with P81"" or
i without them, don't yorf ,. .
Mr. Hall Bold yes oiPtically, and was
MThPen Mr. Howo sW. that both sides had
agreed to excuse thod juror, Benjamin
! Fox, pawnbroker, anSamuel Worms, dealer
j in extracts at 859 'ashington street, was
; given tho seat. , .. ,. , ,
No. 2. Thomas j&roll. tho liquor dealer,
was oxctiscd. Mr,Howo wanted to excuse
J. H, Morrison, the Financial Chronicle,
j becausoho was a jwspaper man, and when
I Mr. Morrison Aid he feared that ho
would scarce ho ablo to listen to
evidonco favcMo to .tha def?nd(ut
i with as much c7dulity as a juryman should.
Mr. nowo ojhlated fervently, "Always
i frdnkondhornl'lol IPS hvo tho nows.
paper men l'"7 Mr. Morrison was excused,
i oncl onothorewspaper man, with "unlim
ited prou?e oRainst the Anarchists,"
I Thomas TWOton, a correspondent, followed
' Jo'hnlj odman, grocer at 330 Spring
c street, wnAccepted, and the jury was do-
claret co,plote and sworn in by Clerk Hall
at 11.63 ciook.
-fe MEW WHO WILL TUT MOST.
' The VJ which will try Herr Most is com-
posed follows. :
I Forow Alfred J. Goodwin, house-mover, 78
East whty-nmth, street.
I s jtra L. itedman, stocct, 830 Spring street.
s.' imnel Worms, dealer In extracts, 659 Wasn
t lneU street. .
lenrj Wawennan, lobacconlit, 1M West
"BWllllam Lawton, oil dealer, 410 Weit Forty
nMtrett. , .
I Hellgroan Oppcntolmer, diamond dealer, 85
Viden line. .
t l. James,M. Lenmaler, secretary of the Unlver-
V 1 Color Cdmnany, 90 South Fifth avenne.
8. Henry W. Drodge, real eatate peculator, 618
jgle aveuue. ,
It . Winiam n. Frfwler, pnblUher of the JHu
. lra(ed London Xews reprint
j 10. Michael J. Mulvaney, feed dealer, USJ Lr-
11. Peter Uaffrey, retired troexman, S68 East
I Seventh street. .
. U. Patriot Hall, real estate broker, KS East
I Mnth street.
I Mn. MTOOIX BEPTNES MOST'S OITENSE.
Assistant District-Attorney De Lancey
Kicoll addressed tho jury at 11.65. Among
i the things said by Mr. Nicoll wero theso :
jj The defendant la Indicted for tnlsdemfanor, pnn-
J Ishable br line or Irnprlionroenl In tho Penitentiary
i lUBiuadof prison. It la a minor ofTtnse. 'Irojsonli
I ieoucilns the attempt of persona 10 overthrow gov.
3 ernment. This la not treason, but It may lie ceen that
1 but a step further might huve been treason. Ko
J in -n can bt held to answer nnlcaa Indicted by a
.? trrand Jury. He la surrounded with aafegoardi.
t ana a Jury selected or accepted by his counsel mint
try him and muBt be convinced beyond a reaaon-
j hblo doubt of his guilt before he can be
' Punished. Tho clause of the statute under which
i tils charge la made, says that an assembly In
1 lilch it Is threatened to do anything nnlawfol.and
ftibverton of tho peace of the community
v unlawful, the participants are guilty
! o( mUdomeiinor. The Conatltutlon limited free
'. iiom or apeech by making citizens reaponsioie ior
tne abuae of that liberty, 'ihua tho person whoso
i abuses freedom of Bpeech that he lncltts others to
deeds of violence or treasonable acta, la re
epuuslble for the results.
, On Nov. 18, at a meeting In a hall In the rear of a
) laloonln Seventh street, there wero more than one
i hundred believers In anarchy, wnlch contemplates
a condition of society without government, law or
t jontracts, social or commercial, and glveatoeacti
individual entire controlof hla own actions. Anar-
I cMaia believe la the overthrow of the present ao-
cul structure and Government.
i Mr. Howe objected to this line of argu-
meut, but was overruled, and Mr. Nicoll
" said :
. ; You win see, gentlemta of tho Jury.tbat In order
to ascertain whether the speooh of Heir Most
I : tended to create a breach of the peace or was dan-
rcroua to the Government It must bo known what
I , ot gathering ho talked la He might
. ( B?".. ,lle rno,t incendiary speech to the
I i I??,0.1' of Commrrce or the Faculty
) i Ouiuuuu CoUcge without tut leut danger ox
exciting them to acts of violence or agalnit the
welfare of this country. But If the gathering was
ot men hot for a disturbance, then If the Bpeech as
Broven was incendiary, it might tend to create a
reach of the peace.
Tne people were In Kraemer's Hall. Most en
tered at 8 o'clock and was greeted by an audience
with "Hero comes our leaderl" and applause.
Then lie made the speech ot wtncd we com
plain, l'arts of It were Inflammatory. Other parts
did not violate the atatntc. There were compli
mentary references to the police aB "blood
hounds," "blue-coated ruffians," "hirelings of
tho capitalists," Ac. Thcro were officers there In
diBgnlso. A man has a right to call such names If
he likes. Afterwards Most preached a funeral ser
mon over the Anarchists. Spoke of their hardships
their herolim, their fortitude. Ho denounced the
trial, the Judgn and the proarcntlng officer. Com
plained of the Judge as a minion, the witnesses at
perjurers and thejury as hirelings. The Anarchlata
were martyrs. Thus far he exerciaed ouly his
lly this time the audience was Inflamed, stimu
lated to an alarming stato of feeling. Tnen tno
defendant proceeded (o utter the treasonable and
unlawful language charged. He saldt " Every
peraon connected wlta that tragedr la marked for
destruction. Tho social revolution is at hand."
A voice cried out In the audience, " Why not
begin tc-nljhtl" Most went on, "Wo have a
weapon far aupcrlor to theirs. Every one,
I aay, in that tragedy Is doomed.
First comes Grltuell (tho prosecutor); next
the Jndgel Ttien let not the murderer, Gov.
Oglcsby, tnlnk ho shall escape. He la tlic greatest
murderer ot triem all. Oh, that I could get my
hands on the executlonirt I wouU Btranglo nlm
Henry Gecrgo and Mr, Towdcrly weroabnspd
becauso thiy were not dynamiters and bomb
throwerB. "he history of German Socialism was
reviewed. Officers Hecha and Hutu were there and
took down tho remarks of Most. They agree In tbo
euentl.il pdnta, but tiro not exnetly alive.
Wo have another witness whom w o shnll call. It
Is not a reporter for Tun Wonui, a has been gen
erally snpjosed. There are two reporters named
Dreyfoos. One Is a reporter for Tits
World, rut he was not tho one who marlo
the stenographic report- It was hU brother,
who la oiiploycd by tho Associated I'rCBS and a
mornlngpaper aa well. Mr. Dreyfoos Is thoroujh
lr ronvesant with the Ocrmm language and tho
English, Ho Is a stenographer, and took a steuo
graphlceport in German.
Mr. Aicoll spoko forty minutes, and called
Detorftve Lonls ltott, of the Fourteenth Fro
ciuctundor Capt. McCullagh, as the first
THE TESTIMONY BEdtrH.
ntectivo Kott was detailed to attend tho
meting Nov. 12 at Kraemer's Hotel in dis-
gviso. Ho was dressed in a gray woollen
Burt, black coat and trousers, slouch hat and
rland green necktie. He and Dctoctivo
techs went togothor. TliewitnobS testified:
-We stopped In tho saloon In front and got
tome beer. There waa a big crowd. I talked
with the people present. Then we went Into the
'hall In the rear. The hall Is to by 80 or 40 feet In
alze. It was crowded with people. Most camo In
In a few mlnntos and tho crowd cheered and
called ont: "Hero comes our leader! Hero Is
Father Most' Hero U Herr Most 1"
Moat passed rapidly down tne hall to a tablo
which was on a platform twenty feet from tup,
taking off his overcoat aa he went. Ho was Intro
duced and poke. Ho said:
"Slaves) I have Just heard that tho services to
be held In Florence Hall over tho dead brothers
mnrdered at Chicago have been stopped by tho po
lice hounda. God help them If there are any or
tnem found at any of our meetings. Beware, yon
aconndrels! Hereafter our meetings will be held
After speaking about the heroism of the Anarch
ists ot Chicago, their trial, conviction and death, he
said: "Tho Jury were well paid for their work.
They say Llngsr suicided. I aay no! I say they
murdered him,, for ha was too brave a
man to kin himself. Revolution will Boon
come. First all will be Grlnneli, then Judgo Gary,
then the greatest murderers of all, the Supreme
Court, and last of all the moat cowardly of the
assaaslna, Gov. Oglcany, of Illinois.
"He must not think that be will get off became he
left two of our brothers to die In prison. Thoy
must not think that we are afraid of their Gatllng
guns. We have a weapon stronger than that.
They have murdered five of our brothers, hut wo
will have for every one of them Ave hundred of
them. If I knew the name of the execntlouer who
strangled oar brothers to-night, I would not rest
until he bad shared the same line."
A man arose and said: "Why not commence
to-night?" When Grlnncll's name was mentioned
the crowd groaned. Llngg's name was cheered, n
Tho witness was relinquished at the close
of his story to Mr. Howo, who cross-examined.
It was short. Mr. Howo domanded :
" Givo me the German word for tho Ameri
can word ' fato.' Do it quickly."
" I don't know it." roplicd tho officer,
whereat Mr. Howo thundered : " That is
all I You may go I" and the witness retired.
Detective John J. Sechs next tostifiod. Ho
said ho could speak and write German
said ho could speak and write German
readily, and understood it.
A man named Schwcnck, an Anarchist, whom I
had arrested once, Introduced Herr Most to the
meeting at Kraemer's Hall, and Most spoke In
German, saying, among other things :
" Brother Anarchists, we wre to have a meet
ing over our dead brothers mur.iercd In Chicago.
I have Just received word that Capt. McCullagh
and his bloodhounds of police have stopped our
meeting. Let them beware I Hereafter
we will hold our social councils In secret. How
brave our brothers died In Chicago I How firm
they walked to the gallows I They try to tell us
that Lin gg killed himself, but ho did not. Ho
was too brave to die that tray.
"Our brethren dled'u-.errible death. The weights
were not heavy enough to break their necks.
Their blood cries to heaven for revenge,
and we will revenge them. They had
no fair trial. The Jury were hirelings of the capi
talists. They held onr brethren until they could
get perjured evidence to convict them.
' The day of revolution Is coming; It Is not far
distant. I say, arm yourselves and be prepared.
They have the police and the gatllng gun, but we
have a weapon that Is atronger than theirs.
First the murderer Grlnneli, then Judge Gary,
then the greatest mnrderera of all, the Judges
of the United States Supreme Court, and last, the
cowardliest mnrderer of them all, Gov.
Oglesby, of Illinois. He mast not trunk
to get off because be commuted two of our broth
ers. If I knew the hangman who strangled our
brothers I would give ten years of my life to lay my
hands on him.
The witness 8aid there were cheers, groans
and applause at intervals during Host's
Most said also:
In Germany in IMS thousands of worklngmen
were killed, and they thought Socialism waa dead.
In Paris, In 18T1, 80,000 communists were slaugh
tered, and they thougnt Communism was killed.
Five were killed in Chicago, and now they think
Anarchism IB dead. But I say no. For every one
of brothers' lives we will have coo. I ear again,
get arms! I am an Anarchist, and I am willing to
die for Anarchy.
Recess was taken here, and Mr. Howo cross
examined the witness after it.
Farmers Holding Hack Their Corn.
rarzciu. to the weaLD.l
riTTSBUno, Nov. !l ltccclvtr H. B. Ham
mond, of the Indianapolis, Decatur and Sprlug
neldllailway,paaed through the city this morning.
He says If there la a decrease la business,
the farmers In the West can be blamed
for It. They are now holalnu their corn
with the expectation of getting a higher prlco for
It. They want to put It up to 60 cents, the present
price being so centa. The result la tha toe grain
shipments are not likely to bo large on Western
roads for several montua.
A Policeman Who Wu Never Saber.
Capt. Gunner, of the East Fifty-ninth street sta
tion, brought charges against Patrolman Chrlsto
pher Clark, of his squad, before Commissioner
Voorhla to-day, for being lntoxlonted on doty on
Oct. 23. In his testimony before the Commission
er, the capuln aald that a nee Clark bad been at
tached to ills squad, a period of several months, he
had never seen the man when not nuder the Influ
ence of liquor. The Board will aot on Clark's case.
Millionaire IIrColloua;h's Will Unstained.
(irrcuLTO Tux wobld.I
Pittsbubo, Nov. S3. Judge Hawkins, of the
Orphans' Court, rendered an opinion this morning
auttalulng the will of Michael McCnllougb, the
Elatottffa not having produced testimony to prove
la mental Incapacity. McCullough wu the
millionaire whose eocentrlcltloa have been published.
ROYALTY AND TIIE GAULS.
FEANOB EXCITfD BY THE RUMORS OF AN
President Clrevy Hold Firm .lien, Women
nmt Itoya Mnrcheit by the llljneo To-day
Sboallne and Blnaing Iteport tbnt Count
Paris will lintrr the Capital at the Head
of the French Army.
isrrciii. oinLc to tb wonuM
PAnis, Nov. 23. The Government dead
lock continues. President Grovy announces
that ho will consult different members of tho
Chamber until ho finds some ouo who will
uudcrtako to form a Cabinet.
M. Ferry and M. Doves, Radicals, visited
tho Elyseo this morning. It is possiblo that
M. Deves may consent to act.
M. Marct, liadical, has also visited Presi
dent Grovy. Ho said to-dny : " Giovy bettor
go. But tho great danger which threatens
tho Itcpubllo comes from Gen. Poulangor
ond Count Paris."
A mooting of lloyalists has been culled to
day. Tho lloyalists aro mustering in tho
provinces. There is a rumor to tho ofloct
that Gen. Iloulnnger will bo chief of tho
army, and that Count Paris will enter tho
cnpltal at tho head of tho Iloyalist forcos.
This morning men, women and boys,
headed by bauds, marched around tlio Elysoo
waving red flags and singing tho popular re
frain : " Quello Malheur d'avoir un
Tho polico and military aro on guard.
MANDEVILLE NAKED IN TULLA1I0RE.
Ills Only Raiment Now la n Wretched Old
llcd-Qullt-III. Clothe Taken.
UriCIlL CAULS TO TDX WOHLD.I
Duumn, Nov. 23. The city is startled to
day by the announcement in the Evening
Tilegraph that Mr. Mandevillo was foroibly
stripped of his qwn clothes last night in his
cell in Tullnmora prison.
Mr. Maudoville has refused to wear tho
prison garb sinco entering tho jail, ond slept
nightly in his own suit.
Tho Telegraph states that in tho qniot of the
night a gang of warders wore led into Mr.
Mandovillo's coll, ond, with much violonco,
stripped him, lenving him nakod for the ro
malndor of the night.
Tho Telegraph odds that it had beon tho
custom of tho officials to deprive him each
day of his bedclothes lest he should lie down
to rest. Wo havo reliable information that
Mr. Mandoville has Bpont tho morning pacing
his cell, denuded "of olothes and covered
over by the wretched bed-quilt whioh he has
Mr. Mondeville is Mr. O'Brien's fellow-prisoner.
Don Jnnn'a Claims as n Hourbon.
flPICUL CAULITO THE WOULD.)
London, Nov. 3. Don Juan, father of Don
Carlos, of Spain, died on Friday at Brighton.
Don Carlos claims that by tho doath of his
father he becomes the legitimate King of
Franco, as well as of Spain, by virtue of his
placo in the Bourbon family.
Arranging for n I'ulllstlo PowWovr.
SPECni, C1BLX TO THE WOBLD.J
Loxdon, Nov. 23. Sullivan sends word
from Manchestor that he will moot Mitchell
hero on Monday next to arrango for a fight to
STNEIL AS A SMUGGLER.
lie Unas Cattle Into Canada nt Might, bat
17ns to Drlvo Them Ilnck.
faprciAL to Tne wobld.I
Lowell, Moss., Nov. 23. A lady resident
of Clinton, Mass., recently told a friend in
this city a story which shows that in his vol
untary exile in a country whoro ho ia beyond
the palo of tho law, McNeil, tho defaulting
Lancaster bunk prcsidont, has not forgotton
his old tricks. It seems that when he first
appeared in tho place just over tho Canadian
line a year and a half ago, ho represented
himself as having removed to Canada on a
Ho bought a farm for which ho paid about
$4,000, which ho assorted was about all tho
money that ho had. Ho represented to the
customs officers that he owned homo fine
Holstcin cattle, which he desired to bring
from the States aud which he hoped to get
across tho lino without paying duty. He was
poor, having lost tlio most of his property,
and ho hoped that ho might be favorod to
that extent. The customs officer said that
ho had no discretion in tho matter and could
not abato the duty.
A short time nftorwards ho was sent for by
MoNcil, who showed him the cattle in his
vard and said that he had driven them over
from tho States in tho night. The ofllccr
was astounded and said that he should most
certainly not tolerato any such trifling with
the law, but should insist upon the payment
of duty. McNeil finally persuaded him to
allow the cattlo to be driven back, and tho
next night they wero returned to the States
and sold at a sacrifice
Had Klnnl ricrvlce for tlio Lakes.
CrECIAL TO THE WOTH.D.)
Ctiicaoo, Nov. w. Shipping men here are In
dignant over the roaladinlustratlon ofslgnal service
In the Lnke districts. The storm signals wt re or.
den-d down from Washington on Friday morning,
and ha I this initmutlou of safety been obeyed nun
dredi of lives must have been lost by the leaving
of lako vessels. lint the low barometer caused
them to hesitate and consult the weather maps lor
themselves, and, aa a result, no vessel went out
from hero to certain do trucuon.
A Pollrcuinn's Lively Fight.
While rollceman Fuclon waa taking Daniel
O'Connell and John MoMurray to the station-house
at West New Brighton, B. I., last night for fight
ing, he was attacked from behind by llanlel Kane,
who turew.hlm down, kicked and stamped on him
and endeavored to take his club from him. Th
policeman quickly rrgalned hla feet and drew his
revolt er. O'Connell and Kane eBcsped. 1 he re
maining prisoner waa safely lodged In the lockup,
Kane naa but recently returned to the Island from
the Kings County Penitentiary.
Violating Ike Child Labor Law.
larXCML TO THE WOBLD.I
Conois, Nov. 43. Tho Ilecordcr's Court was
crowded to-day with persons arrested for violating
tha Child Labor law. Most of them coold not
speak Engilnh. The cases were put off until next
Dralb of Uavld Cawes.
f arZCIAL TO TBI WOBLD.I
Conois, Nov. St. David Oowrs, of Troy, a
member or tne firm of J. L. Thompson A Co. .and
also President of the Troy Manufacturing Com
pany, Cohoea, dud ttds morning suddenly.
COUNSEL WANT ALL AND MOKE, TOO.
French Jumel Heirs In tlnnarr of llelng
Ilulnrtl by Their Unccran.
A now branch of tho Jumol estnto litiga
tion has just been submitted to Judgo Iugro
honi, in Supremo Court, Spocinl Term.
Tho estnto has been in tho courts thirty
years. After tho denth of Mine. Jumol, iu
1805, Georgo Washington llowno, who
claimed to bo hor illegitimate son, brought
suit for a sharo of tho property. Upon his do
feat, as woll as tho defeat of tho othor
claimants, tlio heirs of Stephen Jumel, who
resided in Franco, mado their nppearauco
and claimed to bo tho owners of
tho property. Thoy omiiloyed tho
Marquis Do Chambrun, of Washing
ton, to roproscnt them. Ho was to roccho
47)4 por cunt, of tho moneys or property ro
covered, and to pay oil tho counsel tecs and
other expenses. Among tho counsel re
tained wero four United States Senators,
viz., tho lato Matt Carpenter, of Wisconsin,
and Messrs. Edmunds, Coukling audUvarts.
Tho suits wero sottlod iu 1R80.
About if 800.0(H) worth of tho property was
bonght in on account of tho interests of tlio
Fionch heirs, then several of tho counsel
employed by the Marquis began suits to ro
cover their compensation and other couusol
Those claims oggrcgato moro than tho on.
tiro value of tho pi opurty bought in on ac
count of tho French heirs, and if allowed
will lcavo them largely in debt, or probably
ruined, in cOuscquouco of being heirs to a
To settlo theso claims and to havo tho
Court decrco Hint tho outiro amount to which
theso counsel aro entitled shnll not exceed
UK per cont. of tho property or its proceeds,
and for a snlo of tho real estate nnd payment
to tho Freuch heirs of SSj-s" por cont., Messrs.
Boo and Mackliu woro authorirod to brinjj a
suit for such purpose It is this easo which
has just been submitted to Judgo ingrahaui.
DRANK HENBANE FOR COFFEE.
The Terrible Mistake) Mr. Sllmnx Mado
While Preparing Breakfast.
tsrZCIAL TO THE WOULD. I
Lotto Branch, Nov. 2$. For a fow hours
yesterday it lookod os though Christopher
Btimax, his wife and two sons wero going to
dio because they drank henbane by mistuko
for coffee, but this morning it looks as though
thoy might pull through. Mr. Stimax is an
cnginoor. Yesterday afternoon ho gathored
homo soeds of tho henbano plant to mnko
salvo. Ho assorted them upon tho tablo in
tho kitchen. Somo of tho ripor pods burst
and out rolled tho seeds, lhey woro gath
ered up by Stimax ond put iu a common'
grocery bog nnd placed upon tho cupboard
with tho btock of groceries.
Mrs. Stimax, when preparing breakfast,
grabbed tho pnpor bag containing the hen
bano seods, ond us thoy wero ripo aud per
fectly dried slio in her haste mistook tiiiim
for coffee. Tho cntiro family drank a portion
and in about an hour of tor this tho four mem.
bers of tho family woro taken sick.
Thoy oil suffered agonies' till I)r. Hunt ar
rived and administered antidotes. Tho con.
vulsions of Mr. Stimax and his son were
JOCKEY SPELLMAN DEAD.
Nothing Yet Discovered of the Manner In
Which lie AVns Injured.
John Spollman, tho jockey, diod at St. Vin.
cent's Hospital this morning.
His death was duo to injuries, said to havo
been received in West Thirtieth street dur
a row on Tuesday night last week. No re
port of tho nfTair was made to tho
polico and tho Coroner was not called to tako
an auto-mortem statement. Spalluinn's
death was reported at tho Coroner's oflloo
this morning and Coroner Levy will investi
gate. Spollman's friendB havo been vory careful
to hido tho scouo and occasion of his injuries.
Those who havo been to tho hospital to in.
quire after him aro as reticent us thoso who
took him thero.
Sergt. Schmittberger and tho detectives
of tho West Thirtieth Street Station ore try
ing to locate tho plnco in Thirtieth street
where Spollman was so severely maulod. Up
to this morning they had not succeeded in
discovering it or gotting any strong clue.
Vigorous Warfare by tho Craud Trunk.
(incur, to the wonm.
CitiCAOO, Nov. M. The Grand Trunk, as ex
pected, at unco reduced Its dressed beef rate last
mght;ior the third time to cut under the other linos
six cents, to uphold Its claim for a dllfercntlal.
Pressed meat ratei have now been redncoil 18 cents
and unless the trunk line agree toullowthe differ,
ential demando I by the (Iruml Trunk they will bo
down to proUnon rates In refrigerator car. Live
stuck rates have uoen reduced from S3 cents to li)i
ceuts, and wltn tho uiblltlonal reduction, m.ulo
ueces.ary by tho latest action of tne Grand
Trunk, will be down to about 23 ccnta to-day. The
Grand Trunk, If badly pushed. Is liable at any mo
ment to make aside Ifsae by reducing grain and
provlaions rates still further, and thus Inflict still
mure Injury upon Ha foes.
Itallvrnr Honds Forfeited,
srKCTAL TO TUX WOULD. I
Assort Pakk, N. J., Nov. 23. When the Sea
shore Electric Hallway made u contract with the
borough of Asbury park to pnt down a track and
havo their cars running by Aug. 1, they pluced
to, Ooo In tho nanda of tho Dorough Treasurer
as security for iulfllment of the contract. Ihe
penalty was $i00 per day for every day alter Aug.
1 that the oars wero not running. The cars did
not start nntll some time In September.
Last night tho Borough ComruUslunirs
by a unanimous vote declared the money lor
felted. The railway company threatena suit to
recover tho money, hut the Ilorouirh Counsel has
every confidence mat the forfeit will be sustained
If It is taken Into court.
Illddlng Illuli to ! Mrs. I'otter.
TSrECML TO THE WOnLD.J
Newauk, Nov. 23. About twenty orchestra
bi ats were to-day sold b li fblo by auction for
Mm, James Drown Potter' engagement tu New.irk
next week. Trior brought flsu ircmlum on tho
regular t rice. Manr so. Icty pco le hero have
ulroady seen the uuru.-a in New York.
Urooklyn Nf nt a Olance.
While riding ou rear pi.it. orm of a Third avenue
oar last conluit A. C. Vrdder, a New York mer
chauthad hla pocket picked of a wallet containing
The apartments of John Frrscel, at SOT Hamilton
avenue, were entered some time ou Mondar by a
roau who stole hla clothing valued at IW, Yester
day afternoon Georgo Iiyrano waa arrested ou sus
picion. In his pockets pawo-tickela for a nnmber
oi ihe ankles stolen ftcru fouud. He wu held fur
John Kelly, an engineer, In attempting to shut
on the steam In the boiler at Spring Creek Pump
ing Statlou, Long Island, was fatally scalded
on Oct. 2. A Coroner's Jury tuts
Just decided that Kelly's death was
due to the neglect of the Department of city
Works, of Urooklyn, In not providing proper safe
guards. A VvMlct to that effect waa given.
Bernard King, aged tinny years, waa arrested
yesterday afternoon on a w arrant lsnued by Judge
Maasey at the Instance uf Johu V. Kingston, who
alleges thai during a row lu the house 161 Twen
tieth street, Boutb Urooklyn, en the ulght of Nov.
fl, King staobed nlm In tho head with
a pocket-knife. At the time Kingston waa arrested
for Intoxication and sentenced to sixteen days Im
prisonment. As soon as bo wu releaaed yesterday
he swore out the warrant. . King wu held for the
PANIC IN A FACTORY.
Throo Big Iron Chimnoys Fall
Mon and Wornon Fleo In Terror from tho
Tha Iron Smokestacks of the Kllrabethpert
Cordage Works Pali to the Ground,
Crashing the noller-ITonso and Pilling
the Place With BmoUo Six Hundred .lien
and Women Thrown Out of Work.
(srrcTAT. to rmt wonLD.1
ELizAnKTit, N. J., Nov. 23. Great oxeito
mont provailcd at Ellr.oletliport at 0 o'clock
last night over tho fall of tho throo immense
iron chimnoys of the Klizabethport Cordage
Works, a big industry that omploys COO per
sons, moro than ono-half of whom aro
Tho managers of tho establishment hnvo
long contemplated substituting brick chim
neys for tho iron smoko-stacks, and it was in
trying to put this plan into operation that
tho catastrophe occurred. Sovornl working
men wero engaged in lowering tho main
chimnoy, which is 05 fcot high, when,
suddenly, it was observed to sway violently,
and thon toppled over, breaking in two in its
Tho chimney in fulling struck tho iron
ropes and supports that held tho other two
chimnoys each of them sixty feet high in
their position, find tho whole throo tumbled
to tho ground with a tremendous crash,
smashing tho roof of tho boilcr-houso as if it
wero an egg-shell and tilling tho yard with a
cloud of dust and smoke, whilo the escupiug
steam added to tho terror of tho scono.
It was quito dark at tlio time, ond tho af
frighted employees imagined that tho boilor
had oxplodcd, and that tho buildings wero
doomed to destruction. A chorus of shrieks
went up from tlio terrified fomales, who ran
from thoir Jenny maohines into tlio open air
bareheaded and only partly clothed. Tho
men also caught tho prevailing panic and tied
into tho yard and stroct, many of them in
thoir Hight tumbling over tho wreoked chim
noys in tho darkness and sustaining slight
Sevoral girls woro in tho dressing-room
getting ready to chnngo thoir clothing when
tho accident happened. They shrieked
wildly and being still in tho building, it was
thought by thoir companions outside that
thovhad been killed.
Tho amoko was so dense for somo minutes
that it was impossiblo to tell what damage
had been dono or lmt hod really happened.
A report spread obont tho loer part of tlio
city that an explosion bad token plnco at tho
factory, and that many had been killed
and injured. In consequenco of this, a big
crowd soon gathered at tho scone. Lights
wero speedily procured, and a search made
among tho ruins for supposed dead bodies of
employees. To the joy of the searchers nouo
were found, nor was it loomed that ony ono
had beon hurt except what bruisos wero sus
tained by some in escaping from tho build
ing. The engineer and assistants had es
caped from the boiler-house just as the roof
Some outbuildings in tho yard wero do.
stroyed by tho fulling chimneys, and tho fac
tory fence was demolished. Tho escape of
the employees is regarded as miraculous, as
many of the males wero working about tho
yard at the timo.
The place presented a sceno of desolation
whon a Would reporter called thero to-day.
llroken heaps of ile'liris wero scattered in all
directions. The greater part of tho em
ployees are thrown out of work by the
accident, and as they receive small
wages fji7 per week ond livo from
hand to mouth, whilo many have large
families to support, it will go hard with them
to bo compelled to endure enforced idleness
at the opening of wintor ond tho beginning of
tho holiday Reason. Work was resumed only
on Oct. 1, after tha annual suspension of
threo mouths to mako repairs and tako ac
count of stock.
Tho mnnngors of the works said thoir losses
would bo hem y, but could not tell exactly
tho damage They said that repairs would
he pushed forward as rapidly ns possiblo, but
that it would bo fully a mouth or moro bo
fore tho immense establishment would bo in
complete running order.
Tho cordago works is one of tho largest ond
oldest industries of its kind in tho country,
and its owners aro millionaires. Tho firm is
Edward II. Fulton and 1). II. Whitlock.
Somo years ago a disastrous tiro occurred
thero, by which tho storage building was
destroyed, two firemen killed and several
maimed for life by the fall of tho rear wall.
Tho foreman of the works was also among
tho victims, losing a leg. Sinco that timo
tlio works havo been entirely rebuilt and
greatly eularged, now covering sovoral acres
of ground, while much valuablo machinery
has beon introduced. The greater part of
tho packing twine used in tho United States
is made at this establishment.
New York Litigants Dcnten In Chicago.
sriCIAL TO TBI WORLD, 1
CniCAao, Nov. 23. The Gas Trutt case wu dis
missed In Judge Ilortoti's court this morning at the
cost of the New York lltlcanta. Tho suit waa
brought In behalf of tho Hoffman estate holding 400
si.arta and flM,ooo has been paid by
tho irnst for these. The estate holds
1,200 shares of htoek of the Chicago (i.isltjrht ami
Coke Companr, ninl s dd veo to tlio Ous Truntlbr
fore the- Attorneys ihonght they louinl something
Irregular In the puicteilliigii, and cm the slreiulli
of the icinilnliitffllur a suit was brought to on
Joln the trust frum bsulug a proposed mortgage
Citizen Trnlu ' III Come Ilnck.
tlll'ECIAL TO TI1K WOHID.1
Omaha, Nei"., Nov. S3. citizen George Francla
Train has wired Ins former private secretary,
George P. llcmis, ofthlsclly, from Hanger, Ml,
that he felt sure that his danghter and the children
arid birds of MadHon H.iiato wer pulling hint
back ami that he hud abaudoned tho lile.1 of expatriation.
Illackbum Hid Not linlbcjile $10,000.
Isitcial to tuk worcLn. I
Wacsav, Wis., Nov. 23. Juiuc Warkburn,
charged with embezrJIng $10,000 from tho Lake
Shoro Traffic Couiunr, while surerlnteiidlng the
saw-mill lumber lutirest, wu acquitted alter
sewn days' trial.
Ciiicado, Nov, 23. The story that cfTortB were
made to resuscitate the body of August Spas after
bis execution la denied by the aulhort ies.
Norwich. Conn., Nov. 23. Albert Hllllard, a
poulterer of North Montngton, haa sent President
Cleveland a magnificent turkey for Thanksghlng.
Nsw Havkn, Nov, 23. A cholera scare It pre
vailing here on account ot the presence ol some
of tho passengers of tho steamer Alcsla, which
waa quarantined some tun ago la New York
M feoJpE r iVVTra K
a rvnnxxa oprxs.vrr,
PViere Sam Situ Doirn to a Very 1'atatabl
Detectives Visit Two Establishments In New
Wnr on tho buckot-Bhops was resumed by
tlio polico to-day, and Walter O. Ellis,
of tho Standard Stock Company (Limited),
at 38 Now street, and Georgo Hart,
of S. Hart .t Co., at B9 Now street, woro or
rested and will bo arraigned in tbo Tombs
Vol ice Court this afternoon.
Ever sinco the conviotion under the gambl
ing law of Elliott W. Todd, tho king of
bucket-shop peoplo in this city, IiIb placo has
been closed, but tho other shops havo boon
running as usual and with an increased busi
ness, profiting by tho custom which had
hitherto been given to Todd.
At 11.80 a. st. to-day Dctoclivo-8ergt.
Jacob Von Gerlclitcn, chiof of Inspoctor
llyrncs's Wnll Street Uureau, nnd three
other dctocUvcs, met nt tho headquarters jf
the bureau in the Stock Exchange building
and made their way down Now street. Two
of them went into Hurt's placo at &9, whero a
brisk business was going on. and, tapping
mid of tho proprietors ou tho shoulder, told
him that ho was under arrest.
Von Uorichten and his partner had moan
while entered the largo establishment of tiro
Standard Stock Company at 33, on tho oppo.
side of tho street.
This latter placo, next to Todd's, is tho
largest establishment of the kind downtown.
Tho room was filled to ovcrilowiug
when the officers entered aud a
soaroh for the proprietor was begun.
It Mas found that 0. T. Doxey, tho alleged
proprietor, was out of town, being in Chicago
at present, so they took into custody Walter
C. Ellis, who was behind tho dusk taking or.
ders from customers.
Itoth of tho arrested men took the matter
quietly and little excitement was manifested.
Business continued as before.
Tho arrests were made on warrants issued
at tho Tombs.
Chnrgrd With Hteallus Dried Ornss.
A truckman In the employ of Tutkcr & Carter,
rope and cordage manufacturers, of Flashing and
Classon nvenuct, waa sent to the Woodruff stores
on Purmau street to rcmovo fifty bales
of dried trusses on Monday. After
putting them on tho sidewalk, he
started for huiiie. Thomas Duffy was sent by the
nrui to watch them during the night. While keep
ing his vigil no waa set upon by four uieu,
who sccruly beut him. Daffy started to
look for a policeman. Piiidlug one, he
went back. Upon his return ho discovered that
the men had gone, taking with them several bales
of tho grumes. Later on Dennis Dolan waa ar
rested on Buiplnon. He wu Identified by Daffy.
Trial la act fur Nuv. BO.
Tho Adonis Snclnl Clnb Fined.
v a number of young men rented a olubroom at
SOJ Wist Thirty-eight street a month ago
and called thcmkClvcs tho "Adonis Social Club.'
Their loud voices lato at night disturbed the
other residents of tho honso and neighborhood.
Un complaint being mado Ihe members of tne club
were arrested Isst night. This morning Justice
Dairy, at the Jefferson Market Court, fined them
Police Employees Married.
Two well-known employees at Police Headquar
ters hare Joined the grand army of Benedicts.
Charl e Grant, private tocretary to Commissioner
McCIave, married to-lar In New Jersey an heiress.
Te.egraph Operator Charles Francla Keller wedded
Miss Lottie DeKoreot Hitchcock at St. Peters
Church, Now llrlghton, Huten Isluud.
(It-ulna; Itenib for Their Fair.
Although to-morrow will be a holiday, still the
MnoDS and their families of this city u ill not relax
their efforts lu behalf of their big fair. The hall
will bo open all day for Ihe reception of goods, and
the laillo, will lo busy necoratfng the booths and
tilling them with many various tnlngs to be displayed.
I.nrnl Xrw In llrlrf.
Tho Direct United Slates Cable Company has to
day oi cued a "Much office at No, 41 1 llruoiue
sireit for thecouvtulenco of patrons In thudry.
go ids district.
M chnel o'llrlen, thirty-four years old, of Jersey
Cllj, Ml oMTbourd ut l'ler vj, hjst ltlver, this
morning. He u rescued and scut to tha Cham
bers htieet HujplUl.
Tne Inmates of SM Hast 1'orty-second street were
nrousoii at B.S') A. . to-day by u tire In the bise
meut, which w.h occupied by Mrs. ,alson. Her
loss na pnucipilly In clolhlnir, valued nt fis.
A lire at 1 a. m. to-day In tho basement of TU
Lcxlmitmi avenue, was ratnel by an overheated
rnrge, ami did two damage to furniture uu (sou
to the building, Ihe unuvr and sufferer Is Mr.
While descending from the Second Avenue Ele
vated It.illroad ttul'iu at Kighilcth street, early
till rooming, Minnie Jam, folly-eight years old,
fell nil Ihe. Lira iilid dislocated her left ahouldcr,
the was taken to tne lTcshjb nan Hospital,
Cold Wcullier For TurUrja and Others.
Washington Nov. 23.
j"" 'v Weather tnaicatlon i tr
lAtliZE5Sh CoH"'CHout, air
flllh Tvill I weather, ti.lit to fresh
111) ill V fottthwsterlv wfudj,
IW (,i i f ihining to northerly ;
vl . JlC warmer, followta oy
jtyji 4cofdr vrather.
tiiJXCsJi Ww Eat tern -Veto rorfcf
V tVyxh jt'K,'r weather 'lfhU)
k-A.,, ' gojOff. Ught tOUthVXSt-
trlv, thtning to northerly trtwM.
POLLY MD LILY IN JAIL. fl
THEY FIND JOSTICF) DUFFY WORSE THAN
THE POISON T1IEY TOOK. H
. ' fsBBBBSa
Chnttlng tlallr and liven Dancing In the Ipl
Hospital Called 3oeso and Made to Cry Jsl
by Hbnrp Words In the Police Court tfRV
Held for Trial on n Chnrga of Trying iflHsv
Nulcldo Their Last Htarles. H
Tho two girls who posed as would-be lH
suicides at 10 Varick placo last night wero a '
lively ns crickets when Dr. Mooro went his H
rounds at St. Vincent's Hospital this mom. , J
ing. It turned out that the sugar of lead JHI
which they took had lain in lh) bottlosolonR1 H
that it hod lost much tf its poisonous IflH
strength, though otherwise they took enough '
to prodiico fatal results. '4cksH
Soon after tho dreaded stomach pump got '!H
in its offectivo work tho girls felt blltho and x'H
gay, and s pre glad that thoy wero in no im-
modiato danger of becoming " damp, moist tlsH
bodies." They laughed ond chatted to- rl
gethor after tho lights wero turnod down, 'rH
and oueo the nurso caught thorn dancing on ifM
tho polished wooden floor of tho word. 1H
Thoy maintained on artless flow of good "xsssM
spirits till a policeman coma to tako them to il
tbodolTerNou Market Court. Thon a cloud ifjH
spread over thoir faces. Thoy were ready to JfjH
die, but had not contemplated the possibility P1H
of n cold prison cell and tho stern face of a 41xllH
l'olico Justice. 4kH
the oini.n in connT. Hl
Tlio girls proved a great attraction as they JansH
stood inside tho court railiug. l'olly Whilo B
is ob pretty as a nioturo, a rare typo of Irish H
rustio beauty, liig, brown linuid oyes.ruddy, IssbbbbI
dimpled cheeks, a small rosebud of a mouth. ' JH
aud a luxuriant growth of lino dark hair ''bbbbbbI
woro only o few of tha attractions exposed to . 'fM
viow under her Gainsborough hat. vLbbbbb
Lily lirinkard, I'olly's companion in 'KsbbbbI
trouble, is twenty years of ago, while tho '"bbbbbbI
othor is only eighteen. She is also good rl
looking, with regular features, clear com ' 'fiM
plexion aud flno eyes. ' -H
In spito of tho lovo of fun, and, mischief rH
revealed in all they said end did, tha girls SbbbH
looked modest as thoy woro 'placed, nX th -SMM
Judge Duffy was in rather abndhaorawd, .ftaH
hiB langnago was somewhat harsh. " ; " , M
" Look up this Way," ho thundered, And 'JaB
tho girls triod hard to meet the gnzo Ol'tho' ?JH
policemen and reporters. MH
" Two geese," continued tho justice. Bar. 'SH
castically. " Took poison In your bedroom 41
and cast yourselves into eaoh others' arms fsB
when your sweetheart rang tho bell 1 Such . ,H
nonsensa. You ought to bo out scrubbing 1 iff 'liM
What did you do it for ?" 33
" Please, sir, wo did not want to Hvo any x'ULsbbb
longer," said Tolly, with downcast eyes. IbbbbbI
' ' From what I hear you ore fallen wornon," bVU
continued Justice Dully. cijsB
Both girls burst into a flood of tears. " It's ; ViPIM
not true," they sobbed. J&WH
" No. your Honor, I don't think that's tho ' ' fH
Case," interrupted Agent Holland, of tho 80- Jbbbbbbb
clety for the Suppression of Vice. Other by. , fH
slanders corrected tho Jndga on that point, -'1
and ho said : I "jil
"Wall, I'vn been misled, it seems, rili rlfsH
tako that back. Hut I'll commit you both for . vyjH
trial for attempted suicide. Tho ball Is fixed WbbH
at 91,000 cach.v' '''isH
WIIAT TRET SAT TOJX TTIEliSELVXS. I iH
The girls had not succeeded in checking 4H
their tears when a Would reporter saw them f CsbbbbbI
in tho prison. They told their stories in a . 1,1
very straightforward way, but admitted that ItnH
they had done some fibbing to tho police last IIbbbbbI
night. For instance, they did not burn their ' SbbbbbI
clothes beforo attempting tho prospectively .PH
fatal act. bbbbI
" Lily said wo had burnt our dresses, hop. '.al
ing that tho police would let us stay in tho 'df-H
honso, nnd I did not like to contradict her," tansl
said Polly, who could not resist a smile at '-IB
tho reminiscence. The story that Polly had pH
posed us a wire-haired freak in a Bowery T(H
museum was also apochryphol. , H
This is tho latest aud possibly the true au- Ml
tobiogrophy of the girls. Polly White camo' HM
from Dnndalk, Ireland, twenty months B
ago. Her mother died when sho was .,''iH
eight years old, but Bho still has JH
n fathor. four brothers and a sister H
In Duudalk. Prom Castle Garden she got a isM
situation os servant with Sir. Joseph Finan, AH
ot G9 Soveuth street, Hunter's Point. '"tH
Sho stayed thero five or Bix months. juH
Her next place was under Miss KmbS
Hardlo at tho Hebrew Orphan Asylum lu 49H
Harlem. Sho worked in that institution 'five - tH
months. Thon she got employment in a- 3H
boarding-honsa kopt by Mrs. McCary taH
at Seventeenth street and Sixth avenue, lH
Tho work was too heavy for hor and she re
mained there only two months. She crossed 31
tho river and for four months did general VH
housework in Mr. D'Orsay's family nt Si ,H
Second street, Hoboken. -4jaH
" Oh, if Mr. D'Orsay knew I was here, Pm 'HH
suro he'd belli mo," sold Polly at this point VS
in her narrative. ifnH
Tbo Dor say family went into the country 'M
last July and she was not wanted any longer ' 'SH
She came over to New York and did day's JjH
work. Tho work was so hard and IsTbbbI
so irrogular, that she felt very miser. fM
ablo and wanted to die. She wrote to 'X
her sweetheart, Eugeno MoMahon, who wyH
lives at 47S Greenwich street, because sho ' SM
wanted him to bo near. McMohoa is a 'long. JlSU
shoreman who works on the North Hivor
Lily Brinkord said she lived comfortably tin
with her father and stepmother at 92 WSM
Watts street until January last, when JH
her father died. Then hor Btopmothef. 'mH
Mrs. Dora Brinkord, treated . her iRM
unkindly and sho had to leave. .fflm
She had previously learned tolegraphy nnd at 5sal
one timo taught it. Her father paid $25 for 3S
her tuition. She also learned the trade fffn
of culling feathers at Lander's, in Greene '
street, aud afterwards did dressmaking at I3N
lleek's, 114 Greenwich street, whero she was '33M
paid '-fl a week. After she left home she did WM
odd jobs at dressmaking, but found it hard jjrWJ
to get along. People took adantage of her awl
and mUI hard things of her, which nhe did Jttl
not desone. jkjI
" LADIES LOOK DOWN ON POOB OIFLS." 1
" Ladies look dov u ou poor girls who havo ml
to room together and work out," she said. Wk
Mrs. Brinkord, Lily's stepmother, keeps n Jgj
bonrdiug-hotiso at W Watts street and has IU
fifteen boarders. She is an honest and hard. vagS
orkiug, but rather sharp-tougued woman of mkM
tlfty.uN 0 years. Sho says thnt neither Lily 3HM
nor her father over did any work, H
aud that sho (Mrs. Brinkord) always had to 413
support them in idleness. She had read in Km
The World tho account of the attempted ffl
double suicide, but did not intend to go near 'JKbbI
the girls or help them in any way. jfjH
She said she hnd heard of Lily being out i9
lato nt night, but did not credit the story. "jM
" She m as ouly careless, not bad," sho added. tBI
The girls say they have had enough of tok. 'TSq
ing poison. If they aro set free they will ,M
work hard and try to get along. They will 35J1
be triod in the Court of Special Sessions on $mi
Friday, aud expect to be looked up in the M
mean time, as they havo no friends to fur. '-.jB
nith the requisite bail, 9
No Levity Allowed. (jli
(CarJfe Ik. Atto ir.x.) ripr.il.l Jgl
lly name la W. A. Smith, and I dc not want any jg
body to ball mo "Chicken" tjmltb, or they will Q
take the consequences. W. A. Skits. 3I
,y, ... i ' .aL.'frsflW-. . iHri&a&h JtJMJssBBsi