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I PRICE ONE CENT. EVENING EDITION. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1887. EVENING EDITION. PRICE ONE CENT.' H
DELEGATES ARRIVING FAST-
IS INFLUX OF REPUBLICANS TO ATTEND
tTakra In Charge by a Commutes and Dis
tributed Among tbe Hotels rJenator
Edmund One of Vermont' Represents
tlve Programme Laid Out Tor the Open
Ins Cremonleo-8enator Evart Chairman.
About ono-fourth of tho 1,200 delegates to
the ltepubllcan OlabB' Convention has
Already arrived in this city, and aro being
jrapidly disposed of among tho hotels by a
eommittoo consisting of tho New York Re
publican Club, of 82 West Twenty-eighth
The Vermont dologation of twenty-three
delegates, representing clubs at St. Albans,
Burlington, Bennington, Montpelier.itutlnnd,
' 'Woodstock and Brattloboro', all of which
have been organized within two weeks, ar
rived this morning. They inolude t
Senator George v. Edmund. ez-Gor. William
B. Page, ex-Gov. J. Gregory Smith, Gen. George
W. Hooker. Gen. John a. McCallercb, Fred Bill
ing!, Morton Marvin, Got 0. Noble. George T.
Cluldj, Gen. William Wells, W. X. Burnap,
W. 0. TJnnton. P. W. Clement, O. Q.
Benedict, Capt. B. J. Derby, Col. Le Grand 13.
Cannon, S. 8. Bcdard, W. O. Smltb, Col. C. 8.
iForbea, W. It. Page, W. O. Veazey and P. B.
' Kendall. Host of them are at tbe Murray H1U.
W. H. Traoy and A. J. Lester, of Spring.
Weld, 111., aro at tho Gllsoy, as well as Jamas
UtoBo and F. E. Castle, of Lancaster, Fa.
T. E. Bvrno and E. O. Hay. of Minne
'opolis, and J. N. Blnston. of Oonnersvillo,
Jnd., Chairman of the Indiana Stato Com-
Itaitteo and State League, aro at tho Fifth
, Ex-Got. F. A. Tritle, of Arizona, is at tho
.Ollsey, and will bo accorded admission to
Yho floor of the Oonvontion.
Tho New Jersey and Ohio men will be
quartered at the Sturtevant; tho Minnesota
'men at the Belvedero and tho Miohigan men,
'who arrived at noon, are at the Qllsey.
Ex-Government Printer A. H. Olapp, of
'Washington, is at the Gllsoy House.
John F. Peterson, F. W. Hushear, and
jjars Swenson, of Minneapolis, and P. W.
Wildt, of Fairbank, Minn., aro at tho Bt
Capt. H. Hallam and George II. Molby, of
OgdensbuTg. aro at tho Sturtevant.
Judge L. w. King, OoL A. W. Jones, O. P.
Chaffer, H. K. Taylor and Eli P. Walker, of
Youngstown. O., have also arrived.
Each delegate, as soon as his arrival is
.known, is escorted to the club-house, whore
the registers his name and city stopping-place,
i Then he visits room 0 at the Sturtevant
House, where Job E. Hedges, Secretary of
the Ticket Oommittoe, issues cards of admis
sion to theconvention.
i The convention will bo opened in Ohloker
Ing Hall to-morrow at 11 A. M. by Joseph It.
FooLand President James P. Foster, of the
New York City Republican Club, will deliver
itn address of woloome.
A temporary organization will be effected,
fttith a Michigan or an Ohio roan in tho chair,
tond, then on adjournment will bo had till 2
I Then another two-honr session will ensuo,
Mmd permanent organization will bo made
.rlth Senator Evarts for President, probably.
r To-morrow evening Chickering Hall is en
reoged for a concert, and the convention will
Hneet in Cooper Union, whero addresses will
Ibo made by Senator Frye, of Maino i John It.
Sjynch, tho colored Virginian, and others.
I. The convention willconunuo till Satur.
rChlckerlng Hall will seat 1,700 people, but
Hhere will be more than that number of dele
gates and alternates and tho oommitteo is in
I It has been suspected that this convention
(was got up for a Blaino boom by tho Now
nforkors, but no candidates will be mentioned
fin the convention, and there will bo no deo
xration of any sort in tho halL
RAVAGED BY A WILD BEAST.
Xlft Do;, Sheep and an Ox Killed In
Westchester and Putnam Counties.
Borne sort of a wild animal, presumed to bo one
f Barnum's animals wmoh escaped from the
Bridgeport Are, has been conning through Putnam
Ntnd upper Westcbesttr Counties lor several days,
marking Its track by damago to domeatlo animals.
Up In Putnam County this beast baa slaughtered
score of pigs, killed several dogs, eaten a number
rot sheep and frightened a good many horses.
'.On Monday night it killed a large ox belonging to
Daniel II. Qulnn, of Putnam County.
i Tbe ox was In the pasture, and the animal landed
ton Its back and tore It nearly to pieces. Tba neigh
bors are preparing to go gunning tor tbe beast.
Jlyrne on Trial for III Life.
, i Joseph Byrnes, aged twenty-six years, of 68 Car-
tain street, was put on trial for bis life to-day In
'the Court of General Sessions. On the night of
Jday si last Byrnes, who was drunk, stabbed
Tlmothy Whalen In front of tbe latter's saloon, at
CO) Greenwich street. The quarrel was caused by
tUyrnes's tripping over Whalen's foot andWhaien
fetriklng Clara Allen, of S3 Mott street, who was
with Byrnes. Whalen died In a few days.
Forty-One Pigeon In Tbelr Cont.
William Muller and John Smyth were held at the
Yorkvllle Police Court to-dsy for stealing valuable
tearrier and hlgh-nyer plgeoua belonging to Philip
iBchwartz, of wo lenth avenue. The"blrds wero
In a coop on tho root of Schwartz's house and a
burglar alarm connected It with his bedroom
Pony-one pigeons were found In the lining of tho
'Mr. Conner Has No Quarrel with Mr. Gould.
t Washington E. Conner said to-day to a World
reporter that be wished to emphasize his denial of
the charge of George J. Gould that be had been en
' R5ad m Pressing K. T. seourltles, and that he
had no quarrel with Mr. Gould, but had received a
jery cordial letter from him this morning. Mr.
"Could Is understood to have withdrawn bis. charge.
niuecoata Examined for Promotion.
. There was an array of bluecoats beforo tbe
wll - Service Board at tho City Hall to-day.
fcergts. Donohue, Buttle, Stephenson and Morton
were examined for promotion to be Captains, and
Jloundamen MoDermott, Mangln and Burn un
derwent the school-room torture to become Ber-Igeanu.
Decision Against Frank J. Bowman.
ItrXCIAX. TO TBI WOULD. I
Cntoioo, Dec 14. The Bowman divorce case
was decided In the appellate court this morning.
Frank J. Bowman was held to be the legal husband
pi Ida M. Clement, and consequently she Is en
titled to alimony and solicitors' Ices,
1 Htrlker' rlaee Filled.
Other waiters have been employed In tbe places
ftf the employees who struck last night at Pursell's
1 I.Milur,u5t- Tne Walters' Unions sustain the
!m.r ln the'r demauds, which they consider
' lu,u .Th0 'riker declare that all hands would
m fiTe, ""J dUcharged It a new head waiter was
rtaluflcld Without Fire Protection.
i PtAWriKU), N. J., Dee. It, -Practically the
palnfleld Iflre Department, whloh was Inoor-
KF1U(? ln lesi n" disbanded, and me city is
brttbout protectlen In case ox Ore. ,
I l81" riHt?'nrsyi'lififf S? &gfSmMjtfllyiSfflyai
A BEUGIOUa FANATIC'S DEATH.
lie Ilattered HI Head Asntnat a Stool and
Died In the Hospital.
Policeman James P. Powers, of the Seventh
Precinct, while patrolling East Broadway,
came across a big crowd ln front of No.
5, which was being addressed by a
man from the third atory window. The police
man ordered the preacher to stop, but he refused.
The policeman thereupon arrested him and brought
him to the atation-house. ,
Tho preacher gave his name as John Hall, aged
thirty-nine years, and said that be lived In the
room from which he was preaching. IIo told
Beret. Weston that he was authorized by God to
preaoh, and that all the policemen ln tho city could
not stop him. lie was locked up.
At about it. SO a. .. Aotlng Doorman Ilerrlloh,
ln making his rounds discovered Ilall atandlng ln
his cell with blood flowing freely from wounds ln
his head. IIo told the doorman that God had In
structed him to batter his head against a stool that
was ln the cell.
An ambulance was summoned from Gouverneur
Slip llospltal, and after his wounds were dressed
he was remared to the Insane pavilion at Bellevue
Hospital. A few days later ho was removed to the
Ward's Island Insane Asylum, whero ho died last
Hall has lived ln a furnished room hired from A.
Zubrlnsky, on the third Door of US East Broad
way, for the past three years. He has
not paid his landlord any rent for the
past four months. He was a religious f anatio and
? reached occasionally at tho Bowery Mission at 84
lowery. He has a family ln Boston. Coroner
Eldman will make an investigation.
15,01 WOKE UP A SlIABPBnOOTEB.
Wllllnm CoTley n Dnralar, Suet In a Jersey
Three burglars entered the saloon of Gottlieb
Groezlnger, at Sll Newark avenue, Jcrsay City,
early this morning. Mr. Groezlnger sleeps ln the
saloon. He Is a member of a band of German
sharpshooters, and when he heard noises behind
his bar he used his rifle with good effect. One man
felVwlth a bullet ln hi right shoulder. The others
At the station-house the wounded man asked it
would die. He was told that he would.
' Tou had better confess all about this matter
before it la too late," said the Sergeant.
The man oonfessed. He said that ha was Will
iam Curley, age eighteen years, of US IUIlroad
avenue, and that Joseph Itelllr, of Clark place,
and Richard Carey, of Wayne street, both young
men, were with him.
When Curley finished he decided that he could
die ln peace after confession. He was taken to the
City Hospital, however, whero ho will probably re
cover. Carey and Rellly were arrested an hour later, and
committed for trial by Justloe Stllslng. As Rellly
left home with a policeman he called outi "Good
by for two years, mother; but don't forget to give
It to 'em that I was home at 11 o'clock."
CAUGHT BI FATHER FITZFATBICK.
A Man of Certified Honesty Aeenaed of a
A number of churches ln Brooklyn have been
robbed recently, but In no Instance has any trace
of tho culprits been found.
About 1J. 40 o'clock this morning Father John
Fltzpatrlck was sitting at the window of the pas
toral residence of St. Peter's Cathollo Church, at
Hicks and Warren streets, when his attention was
attracted by a noise outside tbe church.
Looking out of tbe window he saw two men try
ing to force the door of the church. He went
downstairs and walked across towards the men,
who fled when they saw him. One of them was
caught by James Lynch, a young man who was on
his way home. The thUvea left a kit of burglars'
The prisoner said he was John Gallagher, of 88
Bowery. In bis pocket a letter to the effect that he
was honest and deserving of charity was found.
DEMFSfil GETS HIS $2,000.
The Stake In the Fight with Reacan Paid
Over to Him To-Dav.
Champion middleweight Jack Dempsey limped
Into the office of the final stakeholder ln tbe late
match with Johnny Reagan yesterday and drew hla.
money. Two thousand dollars, the full amount
put up, was handed him, less tils, the expenses of
the three excursions after a suitable battle ground.
Referee Frank Btevenson was present, lie asked
after Dempsey'a Injured leg and marvelled at the
nonpareil's righting an opponent with such foul
"Why," said Frank, "they filed the spikes
sharper instead of duller while they had tbe
Mike Donovan, the New York Athletic Club's
sparring teacher, cried most of the way back over
the defeat of his pupil. His Judgment ln seeking
a match for a novice Ilk Reagan against such a
muter of the art as Dempsey has been criticised
The nealth Board on TeneraenUlToases.
President James P. Bayles, of the Health De
partment, this morning Issued a pamphlet of f orty
flve pages, as bis report to Mayor Hewitt In regard
to tenement-house reform. He recommends an
act empowering the Board of Health to me a
les pendens when proceedings arc begun for viola
tion of building rules. He also thinks that the De
partment of Publlo Works should be more liberal
In granting permits for Croton water connections,
and suggests that, to avoid abuses, anpltostlons
should be accompanied by a certificate that no vio
lations of the plumbing regulations have been dis
covered in the building ooncerned. The report
says of lodging-houses: ' Under the present strict
supervision the, lodging-houses of the city sre ln
far better sanitary condition than ever before. "
Dramatlo Suicide of Sand Hopkins.
Isrxcux. to tux would. I
Kansas citt, Mo. , Deo. 1. Sanda Hopkins,
an eccentric millionaire, committed suicide by
taking laudanum, He was but twenty-eight years
of age. This summer he went to Europe add took
a slugger us a companion, to protect bun from In
sult. Three years ago, while cleaning a gun It was ac
cidentally discharged, and his wife was killed.
Since then his mind seems to have become weak.
Ills death was dramatic. Going to a room full of
friends, he bade them good-by, and then took an
ounce of the fatal drug.
I There Trouble for the Bell Patent T
There was Increased unesslness among tbe
holders of Bell Telephone stock this morning, and
prices in Boston dropped to 1M, the lowest figure
reached In years, while In this olty tbero was con
siderable Inquiry lor Drawbaugb syndicate stock,
which Is now selling at TO.
There Is a good desl of spprehennon ln telephone
circles that the coming decision of the Supremo
Court ln Washington, on the appeal from Judge
Wallace's decision In the Drawbough case, ren
dered about a year ago, may break the Bell
Policeman Neville's Raffle.
Patrolman John H. Neville, of the MorrUanta
squad, was tried to-dsy by Commissioner Yoorhls
on a charge of having solicited saloon-keepers and
others to purchase tickets for tbe raffle of a gold
watch for the benefit of Pdtrolruan Edward Buw
trnger. who was sick, lluttcngcr declared that
the rattle was not for bis benefit. Neville pleaded
Ignorance of the rale against ticket selling and
denied using Buttenger's nsme.
The Assault on Mr. Ilrower.
f SPECIAL TO TUB WORLD.
RIDOIWOOD, L. L.Dec 1. Coroner Cronln,
who intended holding an Inquiry Into the assault
on Mrs. Brower this morning, decided to adjourn
it until Monday next, as the physicians sre about
to make a new examination of Mrs. Brower's
wounds. This afternoon, if possible, they will
trepan her skull.
Judge Rnpallo and Major Hacgrrty.
Jpdge Rspallo passed a comfortable night, but
wss no better this morning.
There wss a slight Improvement In Major Hag
aerty'soondluoB, bat little hope Is eattrtaintd of
BOSTON'S BOOK SENSATION.
SOME OP-TOE 1ETTEHS RECEIVED BI BAND,
AVERT & COMTANI.
Ufa-ed to Print Rav. J. D. Fulton' Work,
the Firm Roy They Will Stand or Fall
by Their Decision Not to Do So Rev.
Mr. Fulton Agres to Let a Commission
Settle the Trouble Fulton' Will Made.
tSrlCZAL TO TH WOSLD.I
Boston, Doo. 14. Rev. Justin D. Fulton
and his ombryo book, " Why Priests Should
Wed," aro tho talk of tho town. Thoro is
moro religious feeling hero to-day than has
been known sinoe tho days of tho famous
Fulton is not a flghtor, but ho has nblo
lieutenants who aro at work in his behalf and
aro dotennined to " put him through to vie.
tory" if they possibly can, in his fight with
his printers, Rand, Avery k Company.
Fulton's friends say that pressure has been
brought to bear upon tho firm by tho priest
hood. This tho Printing Company stoutly
deny. They say his book was simply inde
cent, and on that ground, and that ground
alono they rofusod to sot it up.
Having refused to set it up, they now ro
fuso to return Fulton his manuscript or allow
any other firm to go to work upon it. They
aro determined to fight it out, and as Falafax
said to tho French Uonorol, " It will bo war
to tho knife."
Tho Boston papers havo published tho let
ter from tho firm, but beyond this thoy ro
fuso to touch tho matter, notwithstanding
peoplo aro crying for tho facts in tho caso.
TnuWonLD correspondent this morning
colled upon Mosos King and Mr. Rand, two
members of tho printing-houso. Said Mr.
"Wo aro not actuated by any religious
feeling in deolining to print, ' Why Priests
Should Marry.' Why should we be? Every
member of tho firm is a Protestant. Many of
our girls who woro at work upon tho manu
script of Dr. Fulton wero also Protestants.
They wero the first to objeot. You see. tho
manuscriDt kopt coming in by instalments.
" When the third or fourth chapter camo in
the girls and men aliko rofused to handle it,
nnd wo then went over some of it that tho
foreman brought in. It was then that we
decided not to go on with tho work. It was
terribly filthy and indecent. If some ono
had written out tho details of an
orgy in a den of iniquity in the
lowest quarter of Now York City, it
could not havo been more disgusting.
' ' We would havelbeen just as much justified
in publishing a story about a houso of ill
fame as publishing that book. Thon, of
course, having decided not to go on wo de
termined to keep the manuscript in order to
protect ourselves. If we havo damaged Mr.
Fulton then we aro responsible and ore pre
pared to face tho music At any rate, we
purpose to stand by our decision.
A nOENZT'B NEST STHUIED W.
" But," continued Mr. King, " wo never
dreamed that suoh a hornet's nest would be
stirred up. Letters have boon, pouring -in
here by tho hundreds. Some of them con
demn us in most immeasurablo forms, but as
you will boo (tossing the correspondent many
of them), thoy appear to come from enthusi
astic but illiterate poople."
some or the irrrna.
Many of them are anonymous. The follow
ing is a fair sample of thoso whore tho pen.
manship is goodi
Dxa 11, 188T.
ltAJfn, Avbrt A Co. t Be worthy of Boston end
get on wttn Dr. Fulton's book and to with the
Pope. Yours truly, Aaomi McDonald.
If you can afford to run your establishment ln
the interest of the Catholics, the ours of this olty.
State and country, go ahead. No more orders
from us. We despise anonymous communications,
but cannot afford to have yon and your ollque boy
cott us. 4 Co.
Bostox, Deo. IS, 1881.
AiM, A.ry t Oot
Dear Bras: I am sorry to know that you have
rofusod to print Dr. Fulton's book and allow a few
Catholics to rule your grand old ooncern by saying
they wont work on It,
Just now ask God about it, and ask him If it Is
right to have this enormous evil exposed which Is
I pray that God will give you Judgment ln tbe
matter, and that you will show to Boston that you
are not on the rum and ruin side. If you care to
answer, you can do so In to-morrow's tieraUL
A Tbus Csbistiah.
Jamaioa Plain, Deo. is, lssr.
JTasfTi, Ponrf, vry Of.
W hope that you will print Dr. Fulton's book,
and may God bless you.
Mm. AXD UBS. B. A. Fisk.
80MMVILU, Deo. It, lbST.
JfMr. .RmmL A.tru A Oo.t
It is impossible for me to express my surprise at
your action ln regard to printing Rev. J. D. Pulton's
book, Why Priests Should Wed."
He told the people tbe facts at Mnalo Hall yester
day, and when he asked tor an expression ln favor
of hla course and ln favor of supporting him in
whatever obstacles he may encounter, almost
every person in the house immediately sprang to
The put history of our country, if nothing else,
ought to bave given you backbone enough to do
what you know to be right.
The feeling against you Is enormous, and unless
you reconsider your course aad immediately ful
fil your contract It will hurt your business ter
ribly. I do not write this to alarm you. but to state the
facts as thousands see them, and beg of you to re
consider your action before It Is too late. The
Catholics are only one-tenth of our population, and
not to be feared; but If they were nine-tenths mon
ought never to be afraid to tell the truth, espe
cially ln Boston with all her hallowed memories.
If Fulton's book la untrue or objectionable In any
way, none will be more readr to suppress it than
those who now demand its publication.
Print the book. Let It stand on It merits. Do
your duty. Fear not and the people of Boston and
America will take care of you. Respectfully,
Arthur O. Taylor,
P. B. "Choose ye this day whom ye will
cnmcisii add oouTLnrrNTB.
In addition to thoso lettors, many business
men, both Cathollo and Protestant, have
called to-day on Rand, Avery A Co. Many of
them havo complimented tho firm on tbe
stand thoy have taken and assure them that
thoy will havo all tho moral support they
Whllo Tub Would correspondent was in
Mr. Rand's private office, a prominent real
estate broker camo in and ridiculod the firm
for their lack of courage. "Be men." he
said, "print the book. Let the light of
truth shine forth and free 7,000,000 women
and girls from tho clutches of the priest,
WANTED COMSTOCK TO SETTLE IT,
"There is ono other thing wo want to toll
Ttie Wobld," said Mr. King when wo wero
alono again. " A proposition has iust beon
mndo to the concern that this whole matter
be reforred to Anthony Corastock. This wo
are willing to do, but on this condition t If
ho says tho objectionable manuscript is de
cent, then ho shall also havo the privilege of
saying how much damages we shall nay to
Dr. Fulton. Because if they are deoent,
then we certainly have injured him and his
reputation and ought to be mode to pay
" Yesterday this proposition was made to
us, but to-day Dr. Fulton sends iu the follow
ing letter and wo aro ready to agreo to it."
Hero it is:
BOSTON, Deo, It, 1687.
Hum. BaxUUJitetv Company.
Osmtlssixm t p have read your Article in the
(Hot Thafc for it, J havo ao other desire than
to Mrve the helpless women and girl enslaved ln
the Roman Catholic Church. What I have said Is
but half the truth: the whole truth ought to be
For printing "Den's Theology," a book whloh
la suthorlty with every Roman Catholio priest, an
Kngilsh printers now ln an English Jail. I admire
your prudence and the stsnd you tako for purity.
It win not avail. Either a part of tbe truth must
be told concerning Romanism, or the American
people must know the reason why.
I do not propose to tell anything which an Intelli
gent commission will not approve, therefore I
propose a commission, I will choose a man of
national repute; you choose another; they shall
ohooee the third. Before them I will appear with
yon or sorao one who may represent you and will
read to them the passages to whloh ynu object.
If they approvo them you shall print and publish
them; If they object I will modify them so as to
meet their approval In the moan time I remain
very truly yours, Justin I). Fulton.
Tho man of national roputation refcrrod to
ln Dr. Fulton's communication is Anthony
DB. rULTON HAS HADE fflS WXLL.
In talking about his position to-dny, Dr.
Fulton said :
I have taken my life in my own handa ln thla
work of attacking the Cathollo clergy, and I pro
pose to malntsln my position. I have known what
opposition it should encounter, snd before begin
ning the crusado I made my will, and consequently
am prepared for any emergency, I bellevo what I
stats to be tho truth.
About tho fight with tho printers, Mr.
Fulton said 1
Moses King and Thomas Lamion. of the Arm of
Rand Avery A co, , argued that thoy would not
think of Insulting their printers, either Cathollo or
Protestant, by asking them to engage in suoh a
work as my book, and that It the firm should put
It out under their Imprint it would undermine their
An right, Messrs. Rand, Avery ft Co., the
die hss been csst and now war proclaimed between
us. The founder of this concern wasaMelhodtst,
a man of purity. Integrity and a devout adherent to
his religious beliefs, and under his supervision
there would bave been no trouble with my book.
When they received my oopy I supposed there
would be no trouble ln getting my book out.
The firm may have mv copy and compel me to
sue tbem for It recovery, but I tell you they have
no chattel mortgage on me. My book reveals the
fact ot the licentious Uvea thst the priesthood Is
living, aud Is largely made up of extract from
work already published and what a reformed
priest hss said In Musio Hall.
Shall these truths be suppressed by a printer who
has done the bidding ot a Cathollo priest? Shall
their corruption be uncovered to the Amcrioan
people or allowed to continue?
If tho commission should docido against
the firm there will bo a striko among tho om-
Sloyees. The girls say : " Commission or no
ommission, wo will not set tho book up,"
BOLLS GET A FRESll URIP.
A General Itlso In Htock When 'Change
Opened To-Day Gossip on Wall Street.
The satisfactory result of the trunk-line meeting
yesterday afternoon, which will lead to a restora
tion of rates on dressed beef, enabled the bulls to
get a fresh hold on the stock market this morning,
and the short were once more put to flight.
Canadian Pacific Jumped 8 points to CSV, but the
Improvement otherwise was X to IV per cent
Union Pacific, Western Union, Louisville A Nash
ville, New England, Lake Shore and Reading wero
tho features. Bales of S,000 shares of Lackawanna
byJaa, Wilson staggered the traders for a mo
ment, but they soon recovered and put that stock
up from 123M to ltt)(.
The only stocks that did not share to any extent
ln the Improved feeling were those of the Rich
mond Terminal. It was announced that Messrs.
Flower, Rockefeller and Wilson would not take
places in the directory, despite, the fact that they
were elected members of the Board at tbe annual
It looks as though a radical change In the offi
cials of the company would have to bo made be
roro confidence in the securities can be restored.
The railroad situation In tho Northwest is less
alarming. St. Paul offlclalsacknowlcdge this, and
say that a compromise will probably be reached
that will avert the threatened reduction ln rate
that was to take effect on the eoth Inst.
Money Is easy at 4V a 5 per cent. , and foreign
exchange quiet and steady at unchangod ratos.
Governments were ln good demand at nlghcr fig
ures for the X which are up to 107H a 107V- Heg.
is are easier at uu a liSV, and coupon As at lu;(
alMV In railroad bonds, ches. and Ohio cur
rency 6s Jumped 8, to 23; do. 4s IV, o U; Ene
Ids V, to WV; Pet, Mac A Mar. land
grants v, to ss, and Texas Paclflo Incomes
V, to sv. Wabash generals sold at cov, a drop
of 4V points from the last-reported sale. Kansas
A Texas consols sold at 109V a led and general e
at tl a n.
Orm, Jtt.K tf. Ctoi'l.
Amtrloan Express. 105 105 105 105
Canada Soutntra S3 65S M BSW
Canadian iWfle JJW 1W eiJj
Qntiafpa3 So ? BSR So)
OIv., rool,, din. a ind SI l 8l Jl
OhiesaaANoithweal,, 10W lOstf 05I J05J
OhlcT Northwoat pd 1SS 13912 l8tf 189W
Ohlc, Mil. ASl. Paul..,. ?Sl7 UiJ fstj TtQ
Que.. Mil. AMI. Fanlpra..,. 110t 111 110& 111
Qln., Ind.. St. L. A Ohio 76 75 75 78
Oul. A Hocking Vallar SB) S3 43 IS
Ool. A jioeklncdoal. 15'.' M-.' Q1U iiu
Colorado OoalA Iron 83M S3VJ 83J2 8.W
Oonaoildatwl Oas 70,'J 70J 70tJ 70t,
Ual Lack.A WMUrn ViQ'l TiQ!i 125)j JWW
Dataware Undson 10) l532 10? itnK
UenTarARloUranas pfd SSV MlJ 83V S3M
K.Tenn.. Vs. d O..,, 10 10 JUT 10
Fort Worth A DenTor City 41M 43 41 W 43
Illinois d.ntral , 118 116K 116 118)4
LopiaTilla A NuhrlUa 61 6lg COV MV.
Lai. Shore... Wi M! fej l)2
Uk.Krl. A Wf.t.ru UU is UU Is
tako Brla A Waaurn ptd 44M UK UH 41V
Manhattan Oonaol tjl VfliJ V4 M$
MlohlganOentral J 87 Sj hi
fill.. L. H. A Woatoro 88 M 85 85
MlaaonnPaolila MV 9W bW K
Mlasoarl. Kansas A Taia 17)4 IK 17)5 18
Naw JarMUtntral 74V 74V 74 U 74V
Haw York O.ntial 107JJ 104V 107f loW
Naw Tor A N.w Holland at'! 37 36)2 3tf
N. Y Chlo. A St. Loma ... 16)J 1V 163i 16
N. Y.,Ohlo.A8t.Loulalatpd 66 66 CO Co
N.Y-, Chlo. Ht,lmta, Wpf SOW 30M 30V SOW
N. Y., Lak. Kris A WaaUrn.. 28 2HtJ Js VS);
N. Y., Lak. Krt A We.t lif.l. 6lf Cl)J 64V 6l
Norfolk A WMtern.. .,....;.... 16 16 16 lflT
Norfolk A Western Did 40V 4' 40K 41i
Northern Paolflo pfd Up, $ ufl iM
Ohio A Mlsaiaalppf J.1V 3.1'! a IV Qt,
Ontario A Wratern.... , 1' 16' ltfi JO'S
OresonTranaoonllnental 1S iuu It". lOM
Pai"(loMall ,. 3 S5 StV 81)
Philadelphia Itwllnjr....... 04U 66)4 67( M
IUonmond Weat Point Tar,. 3l)J 3'JJi SllJ ilU
Itlou. AWeatPolnt'ler. pfd.. 61V 65)? 6.1)4 6V?
St. Paul A Omaha. , 37 371 37 37V
Ht.reul.Mlnn.A- Manitoba.... 10614" 107'! 1$6V 1071
St. Iouia A Kan Kran 35 36 85 54
Kt.LomaASaa Vran.pfd .... 69 70V 69 70S
Tsiaa Pacts ?H IJV 24 1S,
T.nn. Coal Iron 117 117 87 27
Union Paotao ., 6&V &'' 63 66U
Wabaah.Bt. Ltrai A Paoldo,.. 16V 16H 15V H
Oulckellrer prel,.., ,, 8J 33 SJ 81
Waliaah. Rt. L. A l'aclrlo, pfd 20 29V ?' 291a
Weatern Union Taletrspb 76)4 77M fSV 77W
WbeeluvALaasKri.; 43V 49). 43), 43,'(
Herat. Klrrhnar Accused.
Mrs. Mario Louise Moore, of One Hundred and
Blxty-tblrd street and Klngshridge Road, and an
active member of Henry Bergh's society, eom-
glalned to-day to the Police Commissioners that
crgt. Klrchner was rude and abusive to heron
Oct 6, when she spoke to him about some dog
oatchers who were torturing a dog.
After she left the police station, Policeman
Edward Kennedy wanted to arrest the wrong boy,
and when Mrs. Moore declared that he should
not bo looked up, he ear., r-ergt. Klrchner pushed
her Wolrntly ami bruised her arm. The Sergeant
denied tho charge.
An KntrrprUIng I'lrin.
Among the thousand of merchunts whose energy
and "push" have made our city world famed,
Messrs. A. II. Kins A Co., of 62T and 6 Broad
war, stand pre-eminent for the originality and
liberality ot their business methods. A week ago
tratrio was almost suspended on Broadway by the
enormous crowds attracted to tbe great sale of
men' overcoat and suits for one dollar which this
Arm advertised and carried out, and now the
whole city Is talking of the "Ten Dollar" sale of
line goods they announce for to-morrow, ,
Klemedt Die or III Injuries.
ISraCIAt TO TBI WOBLD. I
Camdih, N. J., Dec it, Joseph A. Klersteut,
who was struck oy u unknown person la A row
LONDON WON'T BE BLOWN UP.
DB. WILLIAMS BAYS THE LONDON "TIMES"
6T0RI IS ABSURD.
He Calls the Statement that lie la to Bo
ed Iteeaa. at Chestnut and Denies All
Knowledge efllte Million Hollar Rosen
I Mrsterlon and Will fllve No Informa
tion About the 200 I'ouad of Djnamlle.
London despatches repeat rt sensational
statement by tho Timet that Dr. Hamilton
WilUnms, of Now York, has 'succoodod
O'Donovnn Itossn in tho leadership of tho
oitromo Matlonallsls hero, nnd that Williams
has chargo of n fsnd of $1,000,000 to orcan
izo assassinations and dynamito explosions in
Dr. Hamilton ''Williams lives and has his
ofllco in a noat f ramo houso at 130 Huron
stroot, Orconpoint. Ho places at tor his namo
tho mystlo lettors Tj. K. A. 0. F. I., whioh ho
oxplains mean that ho is a licontlato of tho
King and Quoen's Oollogo of Vhysiclans in
Ho was not at homo this morning, but n
'Would reporter found him at tho houso of
ono of his pationta on Manhattan avonuo.
He is a very tall and finely built man of
thlrty-flvo years, with coal.black beard and
muBtaoho nnd n rich, deop boss voico. Ho
spooks with a broguo.
Ho said ho had rend tho London despatch,
nnd had left tho houso to avoid reporters.
" Tho report is absurd." ho Bald, laughing.
I am a physlolnn with a largo tiractico.
and havo no timo to sparo for assaRsfnatlon."
Still, whon tho reporter nut a plump ques
tion as to whothor Dr. Hamilton was tho
leader of tho Fenian Brotherhood in Itossa's
place, the doctor would not civo a plain yes
or no. Ho sold tho statement was an old
chestnut, that it was mndo eight months ngo
nnd that ho doniod it thon.
Ho would not say that it was not trno now.
Ho characterized tho statoment as to the
31.000,000 as ridiculous on its faco.
lama poor man," ho said.
" Aro you a membor of tho Olan-na-gacI ?"
' I am a patriotio Irishman and a sympa
thizer with tho causo'" was tho reply.
O'Donovnn Itossa was found at the United
IrUhman ofllco, and was in a talking humor.
" I know Dr. Hamilton Williams," ho said,
" and knowing him, I know a good, brave
" Has ho supplanted you aa head of the
Fenian Brotherhood hero ?"
" Ho has not, for tho reason that thoro is
no Fenian Brotherhood, and what thero is Is
in tho hands of England's agents. If there
woro any monoyln my hands for dynamito
work to help Irishmen to free Ireland I
would as soon seo Dr. Williams supplant mo
in tho possession of it as any of tho many
good men I havo been associated with for
many years. "
" Has Dr. Williams previously been identi
fied with tho Irish cause F"
" Ho has, and identified in a way that
frightened England very much. Ho was
accused of a sharo in tho killing of Burko
and Cavendish in Phoenix Fark, Dublin, aud
England was hunting to catch him. but he
onmo to thla 'country. It was a meritorious
aot to kill those mon, anyway.
" Why meritorious ?
" Hould your tonguo.man," shouted Itossa.
" Don't bo talking. Every Englishman going
to Ireland to govorn Irishmen for England
dosorvos (loath, and until Irishmen kill them
or frighten them out of Ireland it Is nonsenso
for thorn to bo talking of freoing Ireland. I
don't tako any stock in Farnolllsm or in any
movemont for Ireland's froodom whioh has
not physical, manly forco at tho root of it.
" As to tho dynamito boing stored in Lon
don. I'll say nothing." Itossa added. "I
won't say anything to allay tho fears of Eng
lish dovus who murior Irishmen."
Pardy Nat Hure of III Cue.
aoorge L. Wolff, Indicted for murder In tbe sec
ond degree, for Killing Adam Firnbach last March,
was put on trial in Part 1, of tbe Court of General
Sessions to-day. Wolff Is also hold on two Indict
ments for assault ln tbe orst degree, ono ot which
la for stabbing Matthew Koerner.
These assanlts were alleged to have been made
at tho time of tbe murder, and It Is for the assault
on Koerner that be Is being tried. la opening the
case before tbe Jury, Deputy Assistant District-Attorney
Purdy said that the case of assault was
tried first because he wss not sure that he could
get a conviction on tbe charge of murder.
Ill; Earnings for tho Western Union.
At the quarterly meeting of the directors of the
Western Union Telegraph. Company to-day the
quarterly report of the company showed that the
net aurplus on Oct. 1 was fT,&54,o69.g5. The net
revenues of tho quarter ending Dec. SI, approxi
mately figured, are fl, 500.000. Deducting a divi
dend of IV PC nt-, which has been ordered,
and deducting appropriations, leaves a surplus
after paying dividend of $7,634,575.00. The groas
revenues will be the largest ever earned In ono
quarter. The last dividend paid Oot. 15, 1SS7, was
1 per cent
Telephone Itatr Sfnde br Law.
The telephone Inquiry was Interrupted to-day to
allow tho committee to talk with Prof. Blake In
Boston over a line 80 mile long. Then Win. A.
Hover, ot the Bell company, of Boston, testified
taut the Inuisna law rtgulatlng rates had the ten
dency of putting all charges on the toll basis, and
prevented a number ot small places from having
Tried Drowning nnd Hanging.
Mary Lewis, a domeatlo at 140 Greenwich street,
tried last night to Jump Into the North Itlver, and
belno arrested, attempted to hang herself with her
shawl In the Church Street Station. This morning
she told Justice Klloreth thst she waa drunk and
did not snow what she waa doing, fihe wai held
for attempted suicide
Copper Still Golnar Up.
Copper Is still going up. At the opening of the
market this morning at the Metal Exchange the
price rose twenty points abore the close yesterday.
"The market was forerish snd excited enough
this morning," said a prominent operator at
recess, "and what the afternoon will bring forth
no one can telL "
A Ifnllrond Compnnr Nurd far T.lfe.
Maria Ilobostelll, administratrix ot the estate of
Joseph Hoboatelll, Is suing tbe Kew York, New
Haven and Hartford IUIlroad Company in
tho United States Circuit Court for 55,000.
dsmagea for the lost of her husband, who was
killed at New Itochelle Junction by an express
On Trlnl for Homicide at a Christening.
Tbe trial of Daniel Mollen for manslaughter In
the first dogree began In Brooklyn to-day. The
crime was eommltrd last Juno, when Itullcn killed
hla cousin, .Mlchuvl Mullen, during a desperate
tight at a christening.
A Ileeelver for John J. Kleraan,
In the suit of Arthur W. Blake against ex-Senator
John J. Kleraan, Judge Browne, of the City
Court, baa appointed Itamlolph GugKenhelmer re
ceiver of tbe defendant's property. 'lhe receiver's
bond 1 st.voo,
No Time to I.oee (Ictllng Mnrrlrd.
Major llayncs, of Newark, was rouseJ out ot his
bed at midnight to go to his office to marry Samuel
Weill, otto Bank street, aud Mrs. Csrollne Pop
puts. The bridegroom Is sixty and tbe bride sixty,
&ml lAiV'fnfefc'j t&ftt irfatSfl? iiw4r Lii
BumunAir in xnn sajddze.
JL ..Possible Presidential Candidate that
Scare. Mr. Maine Worse than
the "Free Trade " Spook.
rOWDERLI GETTING WORSE.
Ill Physicians nnmmonsd to nil Bedside
(SrXCtAI. TO TUB WOULD.
Bchantoh, Deo. 14. Thero was a ohango
for tho worse in Fowderly's condition last
night, and he bocamo so restless ho could
obtain no sleep.
Not until this morning did ho pass into
a sound sleep, from whioh ho had not nwak
enod at noon,whon Tna Wonts correspondent
visited his houBo. His family foel Tory much
alarmed, and tho physicians have been sum
moned to tho siok man's badside.
Tho doctors reassured the family by saying
that thoro was no immediate danger. All
the patient neoded was absolute quiet and
ANOTHER SOARS ABOUT SHARP.
Tho Rumor Fiend Get In Home Work Early
In the lllornlng.
Tho rumor fiend is onco moro at largo.
He got up early this morning and started n
rumor that Jacob Sharp was doad.
There was no foundation for the statement,
as inquiry at Mr. Sharp's residenoe, on West
Twonty-third street, proved. Tho boodlo
king is not well enough yet to go out of
doors, but bis condition has not changed for
He now partakes of solid food and -has re.
gainod soma strength.
Tho flond who is determined to kill Jacob
Sharp ahead of schedule time is evldontly
tho same who kept reporters busy whilo Mr.
Sharp was in Ludlow Street Jail.
RAILROAD MEN HARMONIOUS.
An Agreement Bxpected en the Grand
Trunk Demand for Differential Hate.
The meeting between the Trunk Line Presidents
and Manager Htckson, ot the Canadian Company,
waa continued to-day at tho office of Commissioner
After the harmonious proceedings of yesterday
it Is not believed that to-day' meeting will hare
anything less than a satisfactory result.
It is Intended to discuss the differential rates
ssked for by the Grand Trunk, and which np to
tho present time have not been granted by the
If the matter is not adjusted at to-day's meeting,
It is understood that an agreement has been msde
to refer the matter to Meaara. Fink and Blanchard
In that case tbe differentials fixed npon by them
will be accepted as final by the parties.
Editorial Tarletr at Kansas City.
(IriCIAL TO TB WOSLD.1
Kansas citt, Dec. li. Alderman Regen, a
saloon-keeper, who returned from Europe a
few daya ago to csst the deciding vote
which was to pais a street railway franchise over
Mayor Kumpfa's veto, took exceptions to an article
In the KvcninQ Sews, and list night, aocompanled
by Alderman Looney, also a saloon-keeper, and
who waa a week ago found guilty of being Inter
ested In a city contract, Invaded the ornc, armed
with a club, and said he was going to clean It out
II was in a beastly state of Intoxication, and was
ejected by two policemen after a lively struggle.
None of the editorial force were touched. To-day
ltegen sat s he Is going back with a gang, but he will
meet with a warm reception.
Editor Mumford and Ed Corrigan, who were
said to be looking for each other with guns, will
be put under bouds to keep the pesea to-day.
Suicide of Sir. Geo. A. tloyer.
(iriciiL to Tax woaXD.1
LocxroRT, N. Y., Dec 14. Mrs. aeo.A.Hoytr,
wife ot a retired and wealthy farmer residing south
of tbe city, was found dead yesterday afternoon
about 3 o'clock, hanging by the neck from the
cellarway at her home. The causn ot the suicide
la supposed to be temporary Insanity. Eh was
aged sixty-five years, aud mother of a large family.
One of her sons I). Bert Iloyer Is a prominent
young Buffalo attorney. One of her daughters,
Mlas Dollle, when told of her mothei's traglo
death, went Into convulsion and tor twelve hours
has been unoonaolous.
IT Wsi the Vint Person to Jump.
triCIAL TO TBS WOSXD.
Fall Rivxr, Mass., Deo. 14. Julius Leven.
sobn, on of the survivors ot the steamer Scholten
disaster, arrived ln this city yeitorday. He Is stop
ping with Hjlomon Bchon, a dry-goods dealer on
Seventh street. He ststes that lie was the drst to
Jump from the vessel and also the first to be picked
up. When the oollUlou ocourred he seized a rub
ber suit and Jumped overboard, and waa ln the
waer three hours before being picked up. The
steamship company gave him flu and a new suit of
clothe. Ills mind has not yet recovered from the
terrible shock snd he Is also suffering physically.
A Jury Hpllt Over Old Jones' Will.
The trial of Mis Mary C Jones's suit to set aside
the will of her uncle, John Jones, the queer old
Junkman, en ted to-day In a disagreement of the
Jury, 'lhe will loft the estate to Jouca's brother,
ex-Coimressman Morgau Jones, but tue plilntlft
alleged that hrr uncle was Insan when be made
It- All but two Jurors took this view.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS IN BRIEF.
Bob Carutners, the great St. Louis pitcher, will
play In Brooklyn next sosson at a aalary of be
tween 15,000 and WW
Oen. Longitreet has made application to the
State of Georgia for a pension, lu recognition of
his services during tbe war.
Robert Garritt and party, now In the West, will
shortly sail from San Francisco for Japan and
India, and will thon loutlnuo upou a tour around
Senator Cullom yesterday Introduced his Postal
Telegraph bill, oatabllshlug the "United states
Postal Telegraph " as a part ot the postal system of
the country. Four million dollars Is appropriated
tor construction purpose.
PRINCE FRITZ WORSE. 1
Sir Morell Maokonzio Suddenly Sam- EM
monod to San Bemo. . $M
He Left Victoria Station Thii &3
Morning on a Special Train. JV
Alarming Symptom Developed An Am4trt Vfl
Will Face John L. Sullivan at Cork &
To.Nlght He I Not Afraid to Meet the "'$H
Champion Dr. Cross on Trial tat PoU wlfl
onlng III Wife Snllvan and O'Brien. fflM
rtrxCIAL CABLZ TO TH WOBLD.1 S5flM
Loitdok, Doo. U. Tho Grown Frinoa of JSjfl
Gormany has becomo much worse and thoro VpH
is a sudden increase of approhendofl at Ban Wifl
It had beon lately arranged that Dr. Mao. 'VH
kenzio was not to visit His Highness till early 9
in January. Last night Sir Morell received Wm
an urgent tologrom roqulring his immediata y$m
nttondanco at San Bemo. Ho started from WM
Victoria station this morning by a speolal .JvH
train. Hidden dovelopmont of alarming H
symptoms Is tho reason of tho call. " WU
Tho news was kept very quiet hero, and tho Ipffl
afternoon papors morcly mention it. Tele. 'jfl
gToms wero rushod to Oontinental correspond. yiM
ants calling for particulars. Tho anxiety "J)fl
increases every hour. Allowing for possiblo 'WJH
exaggeration of bulletins put out in the ox- ''1JH
citcment of tho moment, there Is serious tfm
ground for apprehension. JlgJ
AN AMATEUR TO FA0E SulUTAN. U
A Man In Cork Who Says He la Met Afraid 'JjM
to Meet the Champion. 'oljB
SriCIAL CABL TO TUX WOBLD.J Ksaal
Duumn, Doc. 14, John L. Sullivan was in H
Waterford last night and will bo in Cork to- "M
night. He is accompanied on the tour by hla JU
troupe of boxers and by Fred Oallaghor, fiJiS
editor of Sport. Sullivan is expected to spar IjatS
with an amateur in Cork .Theatre The tana. jlfl
tour is Frank Oreedon, who says be in not H
afraid to stand bof ore the ohamplon. 'J$H
LOAD MATOB BULLXVAN ABD 0'llSXXW. '
The Lord Mayor has been removed from ' fl
tho coll in Tullamoro Jail to on apartment JvH
comfortably furnishod. Ho is in exccllant i!PJ
Mr. O'Brien is much improvod. Ufl
sb. cnoss on Total. ' "f-MJ
Tho trial of Dr. Gross on ttto chsrgo ol M
poisoning his wifo commonoed this morning , ,$
in Cork. Gross is an eminent medical mas, . JSH
about sixty years old. "His present wife had $VJ
been governess in Ills family in his deceased ''-tH
wifo'sllfetime, and the marriage took plaoe o MtSH
few weeks after the death of his former wifo. &
Dr. Gross's sister was ono of the first persons fW
in court this morning. VB
Charged with Stealing 832,000. WM
tsrxciAi. TO TUX world. i 3
Bahoob, Me., Dec. 14. Whitney and Foster, luH
tho two men arretted on the charge of robbing, , j9
Peter Bennett ot IM.000 at East Newport, 9
were given a hearing ln the Supreme ivttaH
Court room thla morning. Whitney was bold and ?
rough In appearance, but Foster, the New Yorker. vmU
waa very rueek. Bolhpleaded ''Not guilty, "and Hifl
tbe examination of witnesses was begun, . I7
New from the Capita). 5?8
fsrzeiAL to nra woau. -ifflB
WABrrrMOTON, D& 14. It is said Speaker Car JM
lisle will not try to announoe tbe standing commit. pSfol
tees till after the holiday recess. It Is believed JjH
now that the holiday adjournment may be taken sH
before Thursday of next week. wK
A call haa been issued for a meeting of the noma iYm
Committee on Election! to-morrow. The drst case JS
to be considers will be that of Thob vs. Carlisle. vunoi
Mr. Faulkner was sworn ln in the Benate to-day. flM
1 " a" V2M
Found Dead on the Kitchen Stove. '5t?fl
fSriCIAL TO TKS WOBXD.l 4 '?
Aksomia, Conn., Deo. 14. Miss Julia Ana fl
Tlbballs, agtd seventy-seven, of MUford, waa U
found this morning by a neighbor named Osborne
ring aoroa her kitchen atove dead. Th breab- isafol
fut, wnlcb she wss cooking, was still on the Ore, Flsssi
and she had doubtless fallen In a fit over the store. W3U
She was badly burned. She lived alone. ',
Major War Plead Not Guilty. &'
ttriCIAL TO TUX WOBLP. $3
Nbw Bbbmswici, N. J., Dec. 1. Defanlttas;
Secretary A. M. Way, ot the Empire iotn, pleaded 1
not guilty this morning to two indictment oharg- 1$
lpg him with embezzling l,000. The trial was set J.i
down lor Wednesday, Dea S8. Way's ban was W
Increased to sa, ooo, but falling to find bondmen $$
be was remanded to the Jau. air
LOCAL NEWS CONDENSED.
Eight hundred dollars damage was dona to goods S
stared In the New York Central frelght-houio ln Jg
Centre street, early this morning. IS
Annie Kcefe, alias Miller, twenty-one years old,
of 6 Eaat Houston street, who was arrested list jift
nlgbt by capt. lletlly's men, died this morning In 4!
a cell in the West Thirtieth Street Station. W
Detectives from Hartford appeared at th Tombs -
to-day and had transferred to ihem the shoplifter. If
William Harris, who escaped from a Hartford &
court-room while waiting to be tried for grand W
Policeman George B. MoDsnlels, of the East Sf
Fifty-seventh street station, was tried before the ;SJl
Police Board to-day for Intoxication. He pleaded ySl,
that be had met friend from Buffalo. He will
probably be dismissed. "Sl
Felix Murphy, eleven years old, left his j
home, tot East lwenty-slxth street, onMondsy,to 'TH
go to school, but has not yet returned. He Is sup V?
posed to be with James Oaffney, three years hla JR
senior, playing truant v W
Deteotlve Charles Heidelberg, of the Central
omce, took a burglar named John Matthews, alias flf.
Morton, to the Jefferson Market Polios Court this w 'Jt
morning and had him nmaudad. Th officer de- C
cllntd to make known th eharg against the Pn
Recently Peter Oarnler, of l West Talrty-slxtit W
street, went to Hugh O'Neill's dry-goods store with JK,
an excellent written recommendation. U waa S
hired as a driver. His father gave a two bond for 11
him. Yesterday he was sent out to get taioin ,fi
chsnge, but failed to return. The police are loot. m
ing for him. ;'ff
Still There I No Change. K
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gJsSlSlP" Indtcatton for the XI fH
yr hovrt cowmfictrw flt 8 n
3f. "assv g ft If- to-aavt For Oon- Tjn,
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A 1 B t I' MarlV itaHonarv tern. , MJt
11 wHA'i perafurr, light to freth M
SalfeBr m 'n ' variable usinit, btcamlnj -jgj
s.V-JWSWJC wirmer.tflJttTfwtotW M
Vr Kaetern Jew Tort, M
Satr torafler, nearly stationary Umperature, ligM 'jjH
tojteih tnrlable vituu, blkxced by tHohtlt tearnt. gM
er, eatitriv uina in the eouthtatt portion VSaX H
trn lieu XerH ana increasing tnvree, i 'H