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PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT. H
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MASONS BUILD FOR CHARITY.
t CRAND MASTER LAWRENCE OrENS THE
FAIR IN TUB TEMPLE.
tti Objects of the Fnlr nnd the IJencfttsi It.
, peeled lrom the Proponed Asylnm I.ndles
.' Ilt'tfln JIunlnoK vsllb n. Itiinh llnril Work
I Which Nliould lirliiK Kiirrcsis lglur
Thousand Vinson Interested.
Grand Mnstcr Frank 11. Lawronco, of tlio
Masonlo Fraternity of tlio Stnto of New
' t York, novor presided oTcr a gathering moro
J pleasant than tho ono which kept BtiU long
enough this afternoon in tho largo hall of
" tho Masonlo Totnplo, Sixth nvenuo anil
l Twenty-third street, to permit him to do-
Clare opori tho grand fair and bazaar of tho
wives, daughters and sweethearts of tho Ma-
, sons of Now York and Brooklyn.
Tho opening exorcises began at 2 o'clock.
Following is tho programmo :
1. Organ Hro. Geo. W. Morgan
Kutranco of Ladles Executive Committee.
Entranoe;of Olllcers Executive Committee.
t Organ Bro. Geo. W. Morgan
8. Miliary nam).
Bros. J. G. Metier, M. J. 8chllg.W. II. Arne
Btead, A. Davis, II. Wlckoff, M. Sink,
brothers or St. Cecilia Lodge.
i 4. Prayer.
6. orjan Bro. Geo. W. Macon
6. Military Bind.
7. Address: "Transfer of tho Fair,"
It. W. John J. Gorman
13. Address: "Acceptance and Declaration, "
1 M. W. Frank It Lawrence,
1 Grand Master of Gran J Lodge.
Tho address of Grand Master Lnwrcnco
was as follows :
' L BitOTUKit Ciiawhan, Ladies and nnKTnnxN:
l Jt la not often that so pleasant a task tails to the
i lot ot tbo Grand Mastor of Masons, as that which I
1 am now requested to ptrforra. Looking about me
at tins bright and bewildering scene, this endless
variety of objects, representing Bach great lubor,
end Buch groat value, 1 am amazed at what you
Aave been able to accomplish.
I have been engaged In tlio work of paying what
remains of the debt upon this property, feeling
that until the last dollar of that Indebtedness Is
S dually paid, the attention of the Grand Master
nd his ohlclal associates mtit not bo diverted to
liny other object, however worthy. For this reason
J have been able to Rpcnd but Uttlo time with those
who have ao earnestly labored for the miccessof yonr
I. present endeavor, end I confess to having been a
" little sceptical tt times as to some of the state
ments which came to mo as to your progress; but
How, beholding the results of your labor and your
skill, I aui ready to say, in the words of the Queen
I ot old, " Behold, the naif of the greatness ot thy
Visilom was not told mo, for thou exceedtst tho
I fame that I hoard." Upon behnlf of the Masonlo
I iraternlty of the State of New York, I accept with
. tleepeat appreciation this gracious aud uublu orfcr-
, Wo take to-day the first decisive step towards
'.! The final stage of a great and glorious purpose
which has long enlisted tho highest aspirations of
the MnBonlo craft,
j , Tho charity In behalf of which you labor, the
3 . Jlasonic Hall and Aoylum Fund, originated nearly
1 yl'ty years ago, Its purpose being the establishment
fcf an aaylum tor destitute Masons and for the
nrldows and onihaus of Masons. Tho building In
vhtch wo now assemble was erected as a means to
thils end. It being Intended that Its revenues should
d Borm a fund from which tho asylum might be per-
'Ji fcetually maintained.
I F For moro than u generation onr brethron of that
i fUme prosecnted the task with tho greatest ardor,
J Alvlng of their meins with a liberality worthy of
r uo aacrcd a porposc, and In perfect lattli that uc-
Ibeis would follow tuclr cffortB. Their hopes were
Uoomed to grievous disappointment, for wheu at
4 vlast this building was completed It was encum
', bcred by a debt so lai go as not only to prevent the
) iise of its revenues for their Intended object, but
.i tilBO, foratlmo, to threaten rum to tho entire
, To meet this debt nnusual burdens wero placed
vpon the members of our craft, but even this did not
pulTIce. The Interest charges were enormous, the
debt ltselt could be reduced but little from year to
rear; tho urdent spirit which onoa pre
vailed In the fraternity was succeeded
by a degrco of apathy almost akin to
despair, and for an extended period tho debt
lay neavlly upon ns, exhausting the resources of
the lodges and bligtitlug the energies of their
members. Some two yeta azo the debt amounted
to but little less than $500, 000. We then began an
effort for Its puvruom, and that endeavor Is now
being actively pnshed forward to success.
At this time more than two-thirds ot tho doht has
necn paid, and tho obligations by which it was
represented have been redeemed and cancelled.
Only about (100,000 now remains to bo provided
Tor, and that umount wo may Justly expect to re
i celve through the efforts of thoio In our fra
ternity whose share ot the debt has not
9 ye; been contributed. Many ot our brethren, dis
persed In overr portion ot the Stale, are now zeal
ously laboring to accomplish this end, and the
itatermlnatlou Is general that the effort shall
iteadlly be continued until tho last penny ot this
ibllgatlon Is anally extinguished.
We have now, at last, reached a point at which
irovlhlon may wisely be begun for the erection of
he asylum, and to that purpose the proceeds of
"I the fair which we are now about to open will bo set
npart. It Is hoped that through your efforts and
other generous aid a building fund will be created,
bo that, as noon as the fraternity shall have entirely
rlreed Itself fiom debt. It may at once proceed to
the consummation of Its cherished purpose.
' To the many ladies who havo devoted months of
patient toll to this undertaking. It Is Impossible to
express In words tho deep sense of obligation
Vrhich the fraternity In whose behalf I speak must
fever feel; while to tho lodges and brethren who
have uultcd with them no generous brother will
Ueny the highest measure ot praise. It seems but
yesterday that these same lodges wero be
ing appealed to to pay their proportion ot our
debt, a task which many of them regarded as be
yond their means. To-day, having paid their part
ot the debt, they seem strengthened 'rather than
exhausted by tho effort, aud hasten to demon
pirate by this further purely freo-wlll offering the
reality of their devotion to tho principles willed,
us Musons, wo bold most dear.
Lotthosoot their ulster lodges to whom tho debt
fctlll seems a formidable obstacle, take courage
irora this I
Thu autoes of the falrsccnis s!re4 a:!cred,(inl
something more th in financial euccesi will follow.
This happy unison of ladi'1 and brethren will give
assurance to every Mason t lat the Asylum, so long
cherished aud bo long deterred, Is ut last lo be
come a reality, whiio to tho many lo tges aud
1 Irethrou whoso proponlon of tho debt still remains
"wholly or (n part uiipaU this noble example must
Burclr afford an additional luccutlvo to Its speedy
, . payment.
. Wllhln the pant two weeks I hnvo travelled about
' It thousand miles through dUTurnit portions of the
' Ctate, visiting the bietbren of dliTcreut localities.
. I find the frati rnlty, almost without exception,
I prosperous, unluu, keeuly alive to the les.ous ot
' , tho past aud lined with brightest hopes for tho fu
. , Upon ono ottheso visits, whllo standing on the
, brow ot a commanding hill, overlooking u scene of
tnro beauty, neuru thriving vlllsge wulch is tho
scat of a great Institution of learulug, I wus shown
n tract of fertile land which Hie brethren and citi
zens of tbo locality proposo to ofTer as a slto for the
: Asylum, This was but one of numerous Bites, each
. posesslng many advantages uud from among
' which tho fraternity ;wlll bo a. ULcrty
' to choose when the timo to make a
; Selection shall arrive; but looking upon that kccno.
tho period was Lrougut v vidly before tho miud
when, In somo convenient spot, far from the nolso
t ' of the city, the Asylum sh ill arlso tocron wll'i
j Bucces the labors of so many years and to provide
v. an abiding shelter for the destlluto craftsnuu, the
widow and the orphan, tue helplets aud the Uc-
I V pendent, who cry to us for aid In tho namo of God
; Iu u little time, If every Mason will hut do his
1 JJnty, not onlv will our llmr-lnnored Iraternlty
fctauil free from debt, but, wllh rholco laud Iu
I J4!.")!1' lo0IUie awaiting our Belectlou, with a
, funding fund In rcadluess, with all the revcuues
or 'his splendid property at command, and
, juch addltlonB to tliem as chantably-dls-
- t1!?,611 . Pwons will unquestionably make, It
1 ' "... ..b? within the power of onr craft to
i 5,,,aJ;!1"n an'l maintain an institution which for
iioblllty an-1 usefulness shall hardly bo surpassed
S W any other within ilui great and prosperous
fate, lit i.i'j ut.io it I'd iit-Ksperliy the Masjulo
M iraternlly will never fall to hold !u grrileful remem-
1 I vSinci "l0 i"ny gpuoroits and dovoled women
' I Wi "''. r"K,t aai Vtvteni efforts nave boon so freely
; 1 (pnenlmuboijulf. You aro here not for speech,
tint for nclinn, and I must not longer delay tho
commencement of your more Interesting proceed
ings. At tho request of the "Ladles' Masonlo Fair As.
foclotlon," and of tho committee of brethren who
have acted In conjunction with that organization,
I havo now the pleasure to declare that tho fair Is
Tho iiiRtnut ho had cenped sneaking thero
began n clintter nnd a bvmtlo which can only
bo uchieved by ladies. Tho fccono wns bmu.
tiftll. Tho meeting plnco of tho eonrliiM'S
of tho sedato nnd Holnnn pupils of old
Solomon, who declared that all wns utility,
was filled with pretty girls nnd coniclv
matrons, and thero wero displayed in booths
of every description tho gifts of hosts of
wcll.to-do Jlatons, whlcli nro to bo hold by
tho fair saleswomen to all who will buy in tho
interest of t charity. Tho fnir tipoiiH with
every promise of succoss, and will continuo
for thrco weeks. Tho receipts aro to bo added
to tho asylum fund for tho establishment of
n homo lor aged and indigent unisons, their
widows nnd orphans.
Tlio undertaking is in tho hands of the
Ladies' Masonic Fair Association, of which
tho wnu of Ornnd Master Lawrcnco is chnir
woumn. Tho Indies havo worked incessantly
nnd indofatiguably for sovcral months in
preparation for tins ovent, and if hard work
is to bo proportionately rewnrdod in success,
then tho fnir should brine n meed of success
only to bo mensural by their desires. Mrs.
Lnwronco contributed a check for $1,000 this
Tho lilg hall has been faucifnlly and tnsto
fully dressed with bunting, flags, flowers,
ferns, palms aud evergreens. Tho nir is redo
lent with tho breath of sweetest ilowors, nnd
tho eyo is greotcd with things of beauty, joyB
forever, on every hand. Booths, utiiquo and
pretty in design, dot the floor of tho hall, mid
nro prosided over by fnir geniuses, who offer
all mannor of goods for salo with such n bn
wildcring naiveto that tho caller must needs
buy to be hnppy and to merit tlio sweot smiles
in which ho is sunning himsolf. Georgo V.
Morgan touchos tho keys of tho orgau, nnd
softest molody is wafted through tho forest,
which tho art of tho Indies has brought into
Thero nro 27.000'' Masons in this city and
Brooklyn, and tlmy havo instituted this fair
with tho nid of tho ladies, and will mako u
free will offering of its rccoipts to tho object
named, although tho rost of tho 0,000 Masons
in Now York Ktnto will havo an equal or pro
rata sharo with them in tlio benefit which tlio
project consummated will yield. Tho asylum
will bo built in tho interior of tho State, and
will bo something else than n charity. An
old Mason, whoso days of nctho usefulness
nro past, will go to this nsylum ns n father
foes to tlio homo of bis son or daughter.
lo will not feel tho pang of poverty, nor will
his pride receivo tho wound which poor
Dotty lligdrn so long fought against. Ho
will lint retire to his natural homo, tho shel
ter which ho hns helped to provide for him
solf ngninst the rainy day. He w ill hnvo paid
for it, as ho would pay in his primo for tho
homestead in which bo hoped to pass his de
JOHN SOANNELTS DEATH.
Witnesses In tlio Coroner's Cnnrt Tell What
They Knovr About It.
Charles W. Andorson, colored, a brothor-in-law
of John Scannoll, who died nt tho Now
York Hospital Saturday morning from tho
effects of a fall from tho roof of 441 'West
Seventeenth street, nnd Charles H. Kirby,
also colored, wero brought to tho Coronor's
ofllco this morning to tell what thoy know of
the mysterious death.
It nppoars that Scannell, instend of being
tho irreproachable young man that neighbors
painted him, had an excessivo fondness for
strong drink. On Dec. 7, 1K84, ho mnrriod a
colored woman named Albortn Anderson.
Thero hns been plenty of bad feeling ex
isting botween tho dead roan and Anderson,
and it resulted in n quarrel last Monday
night, which, howover, did not result
From what has been learned sinco Scniuioll
died, ho has worked only long enough to
buy shoes or necessaries, iu tho way of cloth
ing. Tho larger portion of his earning was
spent in drink.
Tho two prisoners were tho last men known
to havo been in Scanncll's company, but both
dony nil knowledgo of his death, lioth aro
nro young men, Anderson is employed
on tno elovatcd road. Ho claims that
sinco tho quarrel of Monday night ho saw
nolhing'oi Scannell until after his death, al
though ho wroto informing him of
n possible situation on tho elovated
road which, although Scannell told his
mother ho hnd nccepted, ho refused on tho
grounds of ill-health. Ho does not givo tho
young man tho best of reputations.
The colored man, Kirby, wns with Scannoll
all Friday nnd up to nbont midnight thut
night. Thoy drank oonsidernblo, ho says,
aud at about 5 o'clock both went to
Korby's houso, 225 West Twenty-ninth street.
Iloro Kirby foil asleep, leaving Scannoll in
nn adjoining room, and when he nwoko somo
hours lator Scannell w as still thero. Both, ho
admits, wore drunk.
At about 11.30 o'clock Scannell said good
night and went out alone, presumably to
"Webt Seventeenth street, and Kirbv turned
over and went to sleep again. Ho know
nothing of his companion's death until rend
ing tho papers tho following night.
Albciht Scannell, wife of tho dead man,
had not scon hor husband sinco Monday,
Nov. 21. Four years ago ho had inado
threo attempts at suicido. ono timo taking
laudanum, at nnother nttompting to brain
himself with an ico piok, and ngaiu stabbing
himself in tho arm with a pockot knife.
Coroner Lovy doomed tho ovidouco insuf
ficient to hold Anderson and Kirby, and ho
Iheiufulo diieCled Iheh discharge.
NEWARK SOCIETY AGITATED.
Impostor Tnlbot Victimize Many of tho
Leading Young .lien.
SFECtAL TO THE WOULD.
Nr.WAiiK, Nov. 23. Newark society is very
much agitated over tho oxpoBuro of John
licginuld Tnlbot, who has been feted for
sovoral months past ns n distinguished Eng
lishman, but whoss picturo occupies n prom
iuout placo in Inspector Byrnesa gallery of
Tnlbot victimized many of tho lending
young men of Newark, who looked upon him
ns n porfect model of everything Knglish. It
is said that Cortlandt l'arkor, Williom Halsey
and others aro out largo sums of monoy by
Kesponslbtllty of the ICoutn Accident.
ISriCllL TO THE WOHLD.1
iNDlANArous, Nov. 2s.John II. Park, conduc
tor of the passongor train wrcrked auu burned on
tho Chicago and Atlautlo road last month,
has been arrested on a grand Jury
warrant charging hlra with manslaughter, and
released on Ji.ooo ball. Ono other person was ln
illeted, tint his arrest not m ulo yet. It Is probable
thu Indictment agutnit Park will uo quashed, owing
to tho lack of statutory tuaotmenu, covering such
cases. The train despatcher was not arrcstod.
Caught III Throat on Broken a I ass.
ISFICIAL TO TUE WORLD. I
CniCAOo, Nov. 2S. Israel Wolf, tho four-year-o'd
son of Plmnn Wolf, Becond-hand
do ih r on West llandolph Htrcet, cut his
throat an I bled lo death lat iilitht. II o
had climbed on a plate of glass, wlileh bruko with
his weight. The edge caught his throat, severing
the Jugular vein. An Inquest was held Ihls worn
DIDN'T HEAR MOST THREATEN
MORE AMATEUR RETORTS OP THE ROSS AN
flrrmnn Wltnenes Wrestling With the Bng
IUh I.nngnnno In Court Tim "Little Ter
ror" HnlA to llnvc Been I.onkhiK Very
Far Abend When IleSpokr of ItciTriiRO
One Wltm-an Nut mi Anarchist.
Tho fourth day of tho trlnl fit norr Johann
Most for mirdeiueanor in making nn incen
diary speech to an audienco of Anarchists,
nnd thus endangering tho penco of this com
monwealth, opened, dark and gloomy, boforo
Judgo Cow ing in Fart I of tho Court of (Icnet nl
Sessions this morning. Thero wero sovcral
women in tlio box set npart for spectators of
their sox when tho "little terror" entered
tho chamber. 'With theso ho oxchnnged Au
archistio compliments of tho day.
Most waB evidently in moro of a hurry than
tho other porsons interested in tho trinl, for
ho preceded his counsel by son oral minutes.
Tho German member of MobCs legal
combine, Mr. Abo Hummel, entered tho court
room briskly nt 11.05 o'clook, a bentiflo smilo
suffusing his faco and wrinkling up his ten
noro forehead. Tho largor half of tho firm,
Mr. Howo, woro tho easy air of a man
who had no cares, and whilo Mr.
Hnmmel immediately beenmo as bttRy as a
bov killing snakes, his souior reclined grnco
fully aud nonchalantly in his chair, nnd
warmed tin his immediato neighbors with n
gonial, Funny smile. Mr. Hummel was to
jump into tlio breach nnd, with his su
perior linguistic acquirements, draw out tho
truth, tho whole truth nnd nothing but tho
truth in favor of Herr Most's innocence from
tho witnesses of unspcllnblo nnd unpro
nounccohlo names. Mr. Howo was to servo
in an ornamental capacity only.
Frederick Hnrtwig. of 25G Third street, was
tho' first witness. Ho is omployod by n
denier in human hair, and feeling thirsty oil
tlio evening of tho Krnemor Unll meeting, ho
dropped into that saloon. Thorn wns a moot
ing goiug on nnd ho heard a llttlo mau speak
in Oerumn. Ho saw that littlo man in court.
Herr Most nroRo, nnd whilotho examiner
sniffed daintily at tho puro whito roso which
adorned his mat lapel, tho witness identi
fied tho twinkling-oycd defendant ns
" that man." Thus far tho witness hnd been
ablo to talk excellent English, but when ho
essayed to tell what Most had said. Court In
terpreter Ansing's services wero found nee
essbary. According to tlio witness, Most
nlludcd to Ilcinrii'h Hoinu's poems,
"Wo "Wait, Wo "Wuit," and "Wo are
Weaving tho AVeb," and declared that
tho Anarchists hnd been murdered, nnd their
murderers would havo to answer for it by
and by. Most was very quiet, and when a
man yelled " Itoveugo!" ho waved his lmnd
kerchiof aud said " not yet." Mr. Hartwig
is not an Anarchist yet. but may bo ono.
Assistant District-Attornoy Kicoll cross
oxarained. Mr. Hartwig declared that Most
said in his nddress : ' Tho capitalistic
beasts still thirst for blood, their eyes aro
starting from their sockets."
Hartwig has been seven years in America,
and is twenty-two years old. Ho is quite in
telligent, and yot ho failed to recognize any
thing in tho Sun "stouograpliio" roport as a
part of Most's speech. Most spoko an hour
and a half .after Hartwig arrived, and wns
speaking when ho reached tho hnll.
Tho stray hnirs on Mr. Hummcl's ovor-
firown bump of rovoronco bristled Anaroh
stically at this last statement, and his faco
woro an expression of relief when tho witness
GustavTurpo, n manufacturer of woollon
goods nt 172 buffolk street, tho noxt witness,
testified that Schultzo nnd not Hchwenck
prosided over tho Krnoiucr Hall meet
ing. Most began his speech with
"Burghers I" and said that if Fowdcrly
and Honry George hnd "put up their mind"
the Chicago Anarchists would not havo been
hanged. Ho deolarod that ho would givo ten
years of his life to know tho moawho lianged
our brothers in Chicago." Iu answer
to tho cry " Jiacfiel" (Itcvcngo 1) Most
replied: "Not now. It is not timo." Tho
cry was in response to Most's words :
" Oglesby is a murderer, becnuso ho did not
givo a pardon for tho men." Most did say,
nccordmg to Turpo, "Tlio teeth of tho
rapitalistio beast aro sharp aud glisten
ing, nnd its eyes bulging and wildly
looking for fresh victims. Our brothers will
be avenged. A few years will roll by, and it
will bo asked : ' Why wero these men oxo
cuted ?' And tho answer will coma back:
' Thoy died for their fellow-men.' And
then, oh, then, will como terrible Iran,
ishmont for their exocutioners." Most's
remarks woro regarding a punishment that
would visit theso peoplo in tho futuro. Ho
called tho prosecutors " cowboys" and
" swino butchers." No threats wore roado by
Most. " Ho talked just as if a ffiend of lus
had died a couplo of days before,!' tho wit
Burial of Cnpt. "IIIUo llrndford.
ftr-ECIAX. TO THE WOnLD.)
PiTTSUURO, Nov. SS. Twenty thousand people
reviewed the remains of Capt. Mlko Uradtord, tho
life-saver, at tho residence of his brother-in-law.
John O'Xeil, on arant street, yesterday. Ills
brothers, IMward and James, brought tho body
from Philadelphia on Saturday, at 2.80 o'clock.
(Solemn high muss wan said over the remains at
ihe Cathedral, after which tho body wr. laid uway
In HI. Mir'i Cemetery. 'Xne Catoedral was
crowded during the ceremony. Ned liradford, tho
only ouo of tho tors remaining la tho life-saving
eerviec, says nc shall keep up the organization as
usual next summer.
Propeller nntl Schooner In Collision.
(SPECIAL TO TUE WORLD.J
NEwnurto, Nov, as. During tho fog Sunday
morning, whllo tho propeller Homer Itumsdell, of
this city, was rounding to at ncr landing nt Ono
Hundred and Nineteenth street. New ork, the
collided wllh tho schooner Jesse Hart, of Maine,
which was at anchor. Tne Haiusdell was damaged
principally in her Joiner work. 'Ilia schooner was
not Injured. Tno HamBdell Transportation Com-
fiany this morning began suit for damages against
beowntr of tho Hart, claiming that her lights
were not properly displayed or proper precautious
taken, as required by tbo marine laws.
Tried Tvrlco to I lung Herself.
Mary Edwards, who lives on Pavonla avenue,
Jcrsoy City, tried yesterday afternoon to Jump
overboard from the Pennsylvania ferryboat
New Brunswick while very drunk,
ond was arrested. Last night a
warden In Jersey City Prison heard a mlse In
Mary's cell, uud found her hanging from tho door
by a rope made of her clothts. (-lie wns cut down
unconscious, but will live to try the game again,
Attempted Mnlrlilo of it Jealous Ilunbaml.
Irrrcui, to tiik woru,n.l
CmoAOO, Nov. is. Hugh Hohback put a bullet
In his head, at tho back door of the house In which
his wife was living, last night. They were
married when In their teens, and ho
was Insanely jealous. Ehe left him
and went to ncr parents. He met her on tho
street last wtek and tried to shoot her, but she was
ton quick fur him. Ilu will live, as his skull turued
"The Only Sin of fA Lalt Duclietse Ie O." in
The WontD fo-morrew mnwiy.
WHO GOT THE $1,000 HlhL?
It Wns Itnlilbllrd In Queer Company nnd
TVnt llnnnliirnlly Vanished.
No. 115 West Thirty.iirst Btreet, whero n
$1,000 bill was so neatly spirited away from n
sporting goutlemnu yestordny, wns utterly
deserted this morning. Mrs. Annie, or
"Mollio," Uroy, tlio proprietress of tne
establishment., went awny shortly after
midnight without leaving her now address,
and tlio other people in tho houso followed
her example. A colored ntnn kept wuteh on
tho sidewalk, and to any ono ha ing tho in.
side track who mounted tho steps howhis.
pered information ns to what had hnpiicui'd.
Tho revised and corrected police version
of tlio occurrence, told by Acting Cnpt.
Schmittberger, nt tho Thirtieth strict sta
tion, is ns follows:
At fl.15 hist evening two perspiring and ox
cited men ran into tlio station house, nnd
ciimo to n full stop in front of tlio desk.
"Sergeant, wo want your detectives to
eonio Willi us right nwny," gasped ono of
them. "My friend has been robbed of
Tlio other, whom ho referred to ns his
friend, wns it tnll man of nbout 35 years, with
a silky black limstnrho. Ho was very ox
pensi.olv dressed and costly gems glistened
m his four-in-hand scarf and on BOMirul
fingers of his ungloved right lmnd.
Ho said that ho and threo other men had
called at Mrs. Grey's placo nt 5 o'clock that
afternoon. Ho considered tho men his
friends, though ho hnd known them but a
" This gentleman is ono of them," he snidt
pointing to tlio man who accompanied him.
Another wns Tom Dovino, whom I mot nt
tho Colemnu Houso. I don't reniembor tho
namo of tho fourth, but wo called him
" 1 had in mv pocket bills to tho amount
of 1,200. Two of them wero 1,000 bills
nnd the rost wero hundreds. Wo got talking
about tho big bills and Tom Dovino said ho
had nover sot nyes on n $1,000 bill. Thoy
wero curiosities and ho would liko to seo
one. 1 pulled tho roll out of my trnusors
pocket nnd gnvo ouo of tho $1,000 bills to
" Ho looked it over on both Rides, laughed
a good deal, and passed it on to .lorry, who
nlso wnnted to look nt it. Thero worn several
girls iu tho parlor, nnd ono of them nlso had
tho bill in her hands for a moment: but I
aftorwnrds saw it ngaln in Dovino's pos
session. "About twenty minutes passod. Wo woro
laughing nnd chatting with thu girls, nnd I
did not think of tho bill right awny.
When it struck mo that it was
about timn they had all got through
with it I asked for it, but each of my friends
said ho had passed it to anothor and nono
would own to having it in his possession. It
had gone through about half a dozen hands."
Scrgt. Hchmitthcrger asked tho man IiIb
namo. Tho man repliodi "My God, I don't
wnut to hnvo this thing niado public. I
wouldn't for tho world havo it known that I
was at that placo. I como from tho WeRt."
Tho SiTgcnnt asked tho other mnn his
name. Tlio other mnn immediatoly mado a
beo-lino for tho sidewalk.
Defective l'owors, Itoundsman Coughlin
and two policomen wont to Mrs. Groy's with
tho man who lost tho bill. They found that
Dovino and tho man known as Jorry had
Tho women doniod nil knowledge of tho
lost $1,000 bill nnd tho unfortunato
"Western sport" would mako no chargo
against any of them. He seemed in.
clined to spend money lavishly
nnd invited tho polico officers to drink ehnm
paigno, but thoy told him they had como on
police buBincBB, and if ho hnd nothing moro
to say thoy would roturu to duty. Thoy left
tho mnn nt tho houso.
Tom Dovino is a well-known mombor of tho
Bporting fraternity, and has been mixed up
in gambling aud shooting scrapes. Ho hns
long been acquainted with " Shang" Draper,
Billy Fortcr, Charley Miller and the liko.
Thoro was nothing casual about his visit to
Mrs. Grey's, as ho is reportod to havo an in
terest in tho establishment. A year or two
ago Dovino had n bitter qunrrol with Billy
Bennett in tho lattcr's saloon, at Thirty
second stroot nnd Sixth nvonuo, bocauso ho
thought Bennett wnnted to supplant him in
Mrs. Groy's affections.
Sergt. Schmittberger is looking for Dovino,
and says ho will arrest him on sight, nlthough
tho mau who lost tho money has lodged no
formal complaint ngainst him. Dovino has
not been seen ot any of his usual haunts sinco
Shortly nfter midnight tho man who was
robbed went to l'olico Headquarters and in
voked tho nid of Inspector Byrnes. He gnvo
his namo to Scrgt. Cosgrovo, but ordors havo
been given that it shall bo kept secret.
EBERT KILLED HIS WIPE.
HI Story flint Him Shot Hlin Proved to Tie
Untrue by the roller.
It has boon quitocloarly provon that Henry
Ebort, who is dying in tho City Hospital in
.Terser City, is tho murdoror of his wife, nnd
that his last words boforo insensibility, " My
wifo shot mo." sent him to judgment with a
lie on his lips.
Tho body of tho dend womnu was examined
by Dr. Convorso nt tho Coroner's ofllco. It is
that of n woman of thirty, very short in e lat
um uud conrbo in featuros. Tho bullet
which killed hor had outerod tho skull
just at tho edge of tho left eyo, and tho
scattered grains of powdor in tho lids showed
that thu pistol must havo been held within
threo inches of tho head. Dr. Couvcrso ex
plained that u pistol in hor own hands could
not have caused tho wound.
Mrs. Bbort's six-year-old child, tho dnngh
tor of her first husband, is staying witli
Khert's brother, n Central avenuo plumber.
ThiB man says that his brother wns employed
as porter by a Barclay street toy firm, but nt
tho ofllco of tho only toy concern on that
street tho assertion was denied.
Colli Weather In the Nnrlliwcst.
(rrciAL TO THE WORLn.)
Sr. Paul, Minn., Nov. so. Acold wavo reached
hero Saturday night, and at a a. m. yesterday tho
mercury had fallen to 10 below zero. Tho weather
bulletiu Issued hero ut midnight last night shows
the following below rem temperatures: Huron,
Dak., U; Monrehcad, Minn., 10: fit. Vincent,
Minn., 'li; Ulsmsrck, 14; Fort Iinford, ). In
Montana the temperature Is rising again, tho mer
cury standing 10 ubove at Helena and So abotcat
Complaining of Police Cnptnlna.
Mayor Hewitt sent a letter to tho Polico Commls
Blotters recently, whlc'i was brought to Ihe atlen
iou of t'omimuloner Voorhls to-day, Iu which a
man named O'florman complains thai Police Cpts.
Ittillp, of tho Thirtieth street squad, unil Car
penter, of tho West 'Ililrlj-seeuth Btreet
police, wero the rval.s mr tue posse siou of a guld
iiail-o, now being tamed for in tlio fair holding
In tho Church of tho Holy Innoceuu. O'Uorinau
declared that ho did not thluk that police captains
had auy right to eoccptsucb gifts from any person
Sweene)'i Trial Postponed.
Alexander Sweeney's second trial for participa
tion Iu tno murder of Watchman John Ilannon, for
which crime I'etcr Mnltli palJ tho penalty last
Mu, nn the cilcti'l.ir "f the Court of Oyer ami
'Jeitnmcr for tl'ls iiitjini.'H'. Ii was postpukcd bc
csuseSwieneT's counsel, WlllUm P. Howe, is en
ga;uJ la tno defence of Most la Part J. of tho Court
ut General Sessions.
STETSON'S DIAMONDS STOLEN.
HIS WIFE SAW THE HUROIjAR AND GOT
Ilrfnro She Cnnld Mnltn Her Husband tlniter
jstniul Ihe Thief" find IltcnprilTli Stolen
Property Worth y'.MIl.l A fluid Wnleh
nnd Home Alniiej lltiiiiurhril Tho .lluliu
er' JSturr of tlio Itubbery.
Isrrcui. to Tnn wonin.l
Boston, Nov. 2S. Mntinger John Stetson,
of tho Globo Theatre, is a poorer man to-dny
by $2,11)5 than when ho retired on Saturday
night, tho result of an early morning call
from nn unwolcomo visitor.
It appears that about 2.S0 o'clook yesterday
morning Mr. Stetson was nwnkened from his
slumbers tiy his wifo, who stood bcsldo tho
bod with n pair of revolvers which bIio was
vainly trying to thrust into his hands and nt
tho satuo timo impress upon his lml f
awakenod Bouses tho fact that a burglar was
on tho promises.
Tho burglar somo timo early Saturday
ovouing gained access to tho building No. 11
Hoyward placo, and, nfter tho occupants had
left, with tho nid of n jimmy ho forcod tlio
door of tho printing establishment of O. F.
Libbio, .jr. It wns then an easy matter to
step out of n window on to a shod and scalo
two walls, which brought him to tho roof of
tho scene-room of tho theotro, directly in tho
rear of Mr. Stetson's houso. From hero ho
could watch tho movements of Mr. Stotson,
and when that gentleman rotlrod, enter tho
houso and socuro his plunder.
now tub nuncu.An oot in.
Whllo waiting for IiIb victim to rotiro, tho
burglar amused hlinsolf in bending and
brenking somo telegraph wlro that lay in a
coil on tho shed adjoining tho roof of tho
seene-room. Ho possibly mtondod to ubo tho
wiro to pick n lock witli in enso ho found a
door locked, for a pioco of tho wlro wns found
in the entry-wny of Mr. Stetson's Iiouro.
Fortnno, howover, favored him, nnd as soon
ns ho decided tlio coast was clear
ho tried tho handlo of a door which
loads from tho second floor of tho houso
to tho roof pf tho Bceno room, Tho
door opened ensily, without tho uso of a
Jimmy or fnlso l,oy, assomocarolcBS domestic
nnd tailed to lock it prnuous to retiring.
Having gained access to this room, it wns nn
onsy matter to pass from tlio kitchen to tho
room adjoining, mid thoro ho found Mr.
Stetson's clothing, from w hich ho secured a
diamond shirt stud weighing, two carats and
valuodat $200; ascnrftiln, sut with diamonds
in tho shapo of a half moon, worth $500 :
a diamond collar-Btud, four carats, valued at
$400 ; a pair of elegant diamond sleavo-but-toiis
worth $1,000, gold sloovo-buttons worth
$10 nnd a pair of opora-glaBsos, $25, a total
mr. stetson's STOriT.
Mr. Stotson's story, as related to a WoitLn
reporter, is as follows t " About 2,80 o'clock
I w as awakened by my wifo, who stood at tho
sido of tlio bod nnd tried to foroe into my
hands two pistols, at tho samo time
saying thoro was a burglar in tho
room. I was naturally very much surprisod,
and taking hor by tlio wrists attempted to
quiet hor, tolling her sho wns mistaken, and
it was ono of her fits of hysteria, Sho then
Raid, ' It is not, can't you henr him going
down stairs ?' I did hear him and it sounded
ns if ho wns going down stairs ten stops at a
timo. I rushed to tho window nnd openod
it, bnt boforo I could do so tho man had got
around tho coruor. That you may moro
fully understand tho case I will oxplain tho
events earlier in tho morning. Previous to
retiring I nlwnys virit tho toilet-room which
looks out upon tho roof of tho socno-room,
nnd thoro disrobo, bavin" my clothing
on n chair, and then put on
a wrnp nnd go up to my bed.
room, which is on the floor above. Saturday
night was no exception. As I turned off tlio
gai I noticed a mau standing on the opposito
sido of Hoyward placo. At tho timo I
thought nothing of it, but now I think ho
gavo somo signal to tho man who, whilo I
was in tho toilet room, wns watching my
movements from tho Bhed adjoining. After
putting thu gas out I went to bed
nnd had been asleep but a few
minutes when I was awnkoned by my wifo,
who complained of n fooling of oppressive
ness, nnd, as sho was somewhat hystoricid, I
quieted her. I went to sleop nguin shortly
afterward, and know nothing of what was
going on until I was nwakeucd as I stated.
DISCOVERED BY MRS. STETSON.
" As soon as I closed tho window Mrs.
Stotson told mo hor btory. Sho Buid sho was
awakened by hearing somobody in her room.
Sho distinctly saw the man fcol his way
around tho room, carefully placing his hands
on nil tho articles on tho tables aud bureau,
aud thou, stooping on ono kneo, ho felt
under tlio tublo. Ho then camo ovor
to tho sido of tho bed upon which
she lay and openod the door so as to shield
himself in caso sho woke. At tho sido of tho
bod is n trunk, on which a clock sits. Ho
rnisi'd tho clock and tho noiso of the ticking
immediatoly ceased, whoroupon ho replaced
tho clock and stood nt tho sido of tho bed
looking at my wifo, and onco or twieoputout
his hands ns though ho was going to feel
under tho pillow, hut possibly somo slight
movement of my wifo cnusod film to rufrnln
for tho moment. Mrs. Stotson with her
eyes closed as if sound asleep was watching
his every movement. Sho, at this stage of
tho proceedings, yawned aloud and turned
towards me, w hen tho burglar retreatid he.
hind tho door and wntchcil hor. She then
said nloud : ' Oh 1 it's aw fully hot hero,
John.' Gaining tho outshlu of tho bed,
sho jumped to tno bureau drawer and socured
tho two revolvers, and not until sho was try
ing to awaken mo did tho burglar lcavo his
position lirliind the door with ono-hidf of
Ids faco plainly visible to rny wifo ns ho was
watching litr moveuunts.
I'Rii'Aiir.n ron the next break.
"Tho remainder of tho Btory I havo already
told yon, but I will say now that when tho
fellow tries it again ho will got a hot rect p
lion from both of us. Ho did not get auy of
Mrs. Stetson's jewelry or diamonds, and,
what's moro, ho won't, either. Ho nlRO left
$2C0 in hills which wero in my trousers
pocket, and also my gold watch."
Tlio police of Division 1 nro at work upon
tho case, but no arrests have yet been nuule.
It is proliahlo that sou'ral men wero engaged
in tho robbery. Tlio polico speak highly of
tho nerve and tact displayed by Mre. btetsun
under tho trying circumstances.
Over Ilnttu Lends lo (ho Mr It I.Ut.
While ruuulng too rap.dly to tho assistance of
Policeman Collins, of tho Madison stnet station,
who was being assaulted by an Intoxicated pris
oner, Patrolman Joveph F. lluut, of the Kldrtdgo
street squad, twisted hi) ankle on Similar and fell
to tho pavement. Now ho Is ou the sick list.
A Grand Holiday Present.
Japanese nud London Gents' Smoking
Jackets, Dressing Holies and House Co.ils
from $5.17 to $20.90; this id jtu-t half thu
price of tho cost of importation. Yogol
Brolheru, Eighth Are. and Forty-socond S t.V
(1 ,,- vftiiiftAinralfaifill6r1l(i'A n liiUil
JICTTKn XHAJf VTAJt.
MEPIIISTOniEliES AMONG LAMBS.
Henry Irving Plnrd hy Actors, Along With
Other Well-Hnovrn New Yorkers.
Tho Lambs' Club last night dined ono of
tho most polite, tho most unconventional and
tho most original dovils that has overboen
seen iu Now York. Mr. Henry Irving seemed
to feel that thoro was something grotesque in
his appearing among n Hook of docilo lambs,
anil it wns pretty evident from tho smilo on
tho tragedian's faco that in his after-dinner
speech lie would refer to it. Ho did.
After tlio appiauso which greeted him
when ho Blood up had died away, Mr. Irving
said ho really didn't know if no was to bo
Mcpliistoiiholos on that occasion, bocauso ho
was uttorly Ignorant of what tho dovil would
do ntnoiig so many lambs. Ho had hoard of
tho dovil among tho tailors, lint tho knowl
edgo ut tho present timo was useless.
Mr. Irving's vein suggested that of tho
succeeding siiocchos. Thoy wero all in
formal nud consequently amusing. Judgo
Brudv told a number of funny stories. Ouo
of liom related to n colored man
ho mot down South. This man told him
that ho had boon brought down South by
two num. Ho nlso declarod that both his
legs wero lamo, " nnd," ho went on, " whon
I arrivod horo they wero both drunk,"
though whothor ho referred to his logs or to
tho men was not made clear.
Marshall I'. Wihlor gavo his telephono
rooitnl, and told tho story of tho difficulties
mot with by a man who was born witli ono
arm. Other speakers woro Admiral Gherardi,
A. M. Tnltnor, Steele Mackayo and Gon.
l'ortor. Tho gucBtfl inoludod Lostor Wallaok,
Col. John A. McCaull, Nelson Whoatoroft, A.
Wright Sanford, Courtico Founds, William
H. Crane, Dram Stokor nnd E. Borry Wall.
LONGOBAllDI IN COUIIT.
Ills Trial for Murder Postponed Tltcaaso of
Ihe Absence of n Witness.
Tlio room dovotod to tho usos of the Court
of Oyor and Terminer was arranged for tho
convenionco of counsel nnd press as in tho
great boodlo cases this morning, when
Judgo Brady asoended tho bench and lookod
benignly down upon tho assembled throng,
among which wos a short, dark.browed,
rathor good-looking Italian. This wns
Giuscppo Longohardi, tho man who, on tho
night of Oct. lfl, in Park row Bhot and killed
Bixtcen-year-old Johnny Barrett, who was
defending his sister from insult.
Near Longohardi wit his counsel, A. O.
Astavitn anil Kdward McKlnley, and when
tho caso was cnllod tho last named aroso nnd
presented nn aflldavit to tho offect that tho,
defense was unablo to proceed owing to tho
obBeneo of n nocessary witnoss in tho person
of FranccROo l'orcacianta, tho Italian who ac
companied Longohardi on tho occasion of
tho shooting, ond who was tho indirect can so
of tho crime through Ids insulting address to
Miss Barrett, tho victim's sistor.
l'ercncianta has kept in hiding, no could
not lio subpimuud for tho trial. It is ox.
pected to prove by him that Longohardi
nclod in self-dcfonso.
Judgo Brady adjournod tho case and tho
court to Monuoy morning noxt and instructed
Inspector Byrnes, who was present, to sot his
forco nt work to discover and produce the
Col. Follows, wdio is attending to tho peo.
plo's interests in tho Oyer and Terminer, said
that if tlio Longoburdi caso is not ready by
noxt Monday, ho will probably movo tho
tnai of Alexander Sweeney, tho Longohardi
triul to follow.
Vnttnc lor Popular Hnracnnts.
rather Lucas, of tho Church of St. John tho
Haptlt, In Thirtieth street, Just west of Seventh,
avenue, called upinSupi. Murray to-day to ascer
tain It any obstacles would lm tnrown in the way
ot tho donation ut a gold watch to tne most popu
lar sergeant Iu tho district by the committee ot tho
Isiliei' fair at present being held In Hie church.
Hergts. 'I bonus, Taylor, I.snc, Fitzgerald, Mc
Evoy nnd Pet err aro competing for tho prize, mil
the voting for favorites Is now hi i rozress. Supt.
Murray told Patier Lucas that rcgnlir application
must bo made for perrulsslnn to present tbo watth,
aud II would doubtless be granted.
I.er Wuh Ilrokn tho Mibhath.
Mott strict was well represented In tho Special
Scssluni this morning, when one l.-e Wall .vas
called up on u clinrgu of selling vegetables
from his cart on Sunday. A fat and
sleek Interpreter convejed I.ciA vlgoruus
denials nnd mo ixplanation tint ho brougot his
stulf tu from Long lslaul on Huuday onlylostotolt
U'T salo on Monday. "Ten uo'lurd uno," was
Justice bmlth'a comment when the caso was over.
To Hpeiilt In Dcfrnso of Crime.
A public debate upon tba subject, "All Crime Is
Righteous," will bo held In Library Hall, 1C Clin
tun placo, at n.ui o'clock to-morrow cveuitig.
'1 hero will bo free admission and free discussion.
Joltti A. Henry, a um inner of Anarchistic Ameri
can (ironp No, l, of thleaao, will speak en tho
atllrmatlto tldit of the question. Ho will assert
that every human net whatever la telf-dctcn-lve In
that It la undertaken to promote physical comfort.
Senator Jne Don Nat Go to Court.
irrciAL TO TBS WOULD. 1
Petkoit, Nov. s. The expected legal proceed.
lugs In tho case of Senator Jones did not take placo
In Ihe prii'mte ( ouri this morning. An influential
i frierd of thu family Horn pcnsacolu, l'lo., will
I arrive to-nlslit, aud another effort will bo mode to
got tho ex-benutor away from Detroit, It it faUi
then lecal proceedings will be begun.
GIRLS SCALDKD IN A HOTEL J9
SHOCKING BOILER EXPLOSION AT MTLWATJ- 'JH
KGE THIS MORNING. H
Ncvernl Domestics Supposed to ITnTa Been ilH
Killed Outright nnd a Dozen Itsidly Hart lH
In Ihe 111 hy House A Part of the Kitchen TB
Wnll Illovrn Out Prompt Action by the J
l'lre Department. ?fjH
srrcTAt. to in wourM VH
Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. S3. A Bhooktngao- "H
cidentoccnrrcd nt the Kirby Houbo this morn- f9
ing. A boiler used for heating water exploded, $H
entirely wrecking tho rear end of tho build 'H
ing, burying n number of pooplo bonenth the 1H
ruins, fatally wounding several, and, it Is ',i)sH
feared, killing others outright. tfH
Tho explosion occurred at 8.30. The boiler 'H
wns the hot boiler behind tho kitchen range. njH
Tlio explosion blow out n portion of the rear yilfi
wall of tho building, 80 foot in width and P
extending from tho ground to tho floor of tho 4JH
fourth story. rjiH
Ono ond of tho dining-room was wrecked, ll
nil tho tables being knocked over and tho "jiH
dishes smashed. Most of tho guests had fln. aH
islied breakfast. As far as known nono of 'jJH
thorn wore hurt. Tho kitchen of tho hotel 'H
wns completely wrecked. mI
Thoro wero about n dozen girls In tho H
room at tho time, and all wero burled bo- iH
noatli tho mass of brick and mortar. il
Tho following girls wero taken out of the vH
ruins badly injured : Anna Kennedy, assist, 'VpH
ant cook; Carrio Olson, Julia Field Meyer .lH
aud Nora Dougherty, dining-room girls; 41
Mary Arbu'ckloy, pastry cook. 't
All wore so badly injared, mostly by rlH
bntisos, that tho doctor conld not tell 'H
whothor they wonld livo or not. Frank -H
Hempol, tho head cook, is missing, also Mrs. fH
Gaga, assistant cook. Tho ruins are being vH
searched in tho hopos of finding them and H
others who may bo burled therein. Miiifl
Minnio Thompson, a girl employed in tho 'fH
Sentinel bindery, ooross tho alley, was badly IIH
cut about tho head by flying glass that wna H
blown in by tho explosion. afl
Mr, Bockwith, ono of tho proprietors of l!jH
tho hotol, was hurt in tho hoad by a flying ' lH
missllo, which knocked him down. IhI
Tho firemen got water upon tho ruins in
time to extinguish tho flames whloh hod .!H
started, boforo thoy had gained much head H
Tho accident was probably caused ty tho tiH
f roozing of the feed pipe supplying the holies Jjl
with water. Those whose injuries ore tho VH
most serious aro Mary Arbuoklo, Anna H
Konncdy and Carrio Olson, all of whom aro H
terribly burned in addition to tho bruises H
whloh they rocoived. Tho following also v
worolnjnrodt Maggio Doron, Mary Kraegw,
kitchen, girls, and Allco Burko, pantry gixL jfsH
GENERAL BTBIKE ORDERED. l
Troublesome Tiroes Ahead for Cnfbrlnnata
'Miners In Pennsylvania ''laniH
SKCTAt. TO Tim WOHLD.1 HH
PrrTsnuno, Nov. 28. Commencing thia fJH
morning, a general strike is ordered among 'H
tho river minors of the Monongahela and $-1
Voushloghony districts for ono-quarter cent j-M
por bushel advance for mining, and Bomi- f&H
monthly pay. Fivo thousand men aro
affected. Tho mon havo not been working "1i
for flvo wocks and aro suffering now. It is ijH
goncrally beliovod to bo a most lo- H
opportuno timo for a strike. A prom. 'JEH
inent operator said : " If this dry feH
weather continnos much longor, it does nob 'fjfll
look liko on advance. There is nothing to '-j3
to load now. Everything that can hold cool 'H
is filled waiting for a rise, and all tho empties, JH
of which thoro are not too many, are down rH
tho river. The men havo tho dheok-weight- :rH
men, and tho points of difference now are tho f uflD
quarter cent odvanco and tho semi-monthly VJaBI
pay. Tho last is a serious matter with tho ?
operators aud thoy will not grant it. Last jy
Btiriug tho minors demandod arbitration on 'H
tho question of an advance. We left tho -vjH
matter with arbitrators, who gavo them a 4H
quarter cont advanco that we did not feel to iH
bojnstorthat wo could stand, but weao- kHI
ccptcd tho award and now they want another uUm
quarter cent. inal
THE KEW3 IN BRIEF. H
A cyolone In Mlneola, Texas, on Saturday Big,' ,vH
destroyed eighteen houses, killing six negroes. 'vD
Gov. Bodwell, of Malno, Is taking steps to close ;JM
tho m saloons in tho Prohibition town of Bangor. tH
Leaders ot the Prohibition party will meet la 'SH
Chicago Nov. 80 to fix upon a place tor ths next WM
year's national convention. , Wnal
Three men and a woman were killed tn an affray itinH
between United Mates Marshals and horse-UUeves, ,vH
In tho Iuuian Territory yesttrday. jsanl
Thirty men wero wounded la a obarga by tba Infl
police upon tho people present at the attempted glnH
unielluig of a memorial cross In Limerick yester ,9H
News from Yambouya states that sine the defecv "IH
Hon ot Tlimno TUi and tho.cou8en.uent non-arrival ,J4H
of stores, Stanley Is losing many men through fnH
Tne annual report of tho First Assistant Poet- raH
master-General snows that 18, OKI postmasters were -il
uppoliue.i during tho year, to a total ot&3,15Ioflloe gnH
In operation, -H
Tho honors of winning tho antl-Prohlbltlon fight "JM
in Atlanta arc awarded to Capt. Kran Howell, tho Jwl
limo or the Atlanta Co;urffuffon which hung on
the wet aide ot thufence. IvSsH
Hi prcsoitalive Townahend, of Illinois, will tn- iijS
trndiieo In tho coming Congress, a bill providing '-flM
for a e inmerclai union wita Mexico, the Bouta 'jB
aud Central Amciicin States and Canids. fflH
T'ireo Sioux Indians confined la a Montana Jill TOjnl
inunb'red their two white fellow-prlioners Tester. ,?2aH
day morning, utter whloh two of the red men 'inl
hanged themselves and the third attempted to butt H
his bralus out. WtH
The French, exiles, the Comto do Parts anrtTrao Jlnfl
P'Aurnale, express tho belief that the Government '
Is perishing by decomposition, and that the flower -sSfll
ot monurchy n 111 spring from tho ruins of th do- Txfl
cijcd republic 'Junfl
'I ho authorities have advised the Salvation Army -tpH
to have their barraeks and abandon ttielroontem- Jlirafl
plated p irade, ou account of threatened mobvto. Asa!
tenco. They will parade on Wednesday under XjH
polico protection and trouble Is expected. J(aH
rrob. Hnys Look Out for a Cold Wave. -TisSSal
mWAEUINOIOM, Nov. . OH
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