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1,0 Oaron's Sensational Stories Melt
ing Under the Cross-Fire.
t;ir Charles Russell Forcing Admissions
from the Spy.
lUdlciil. Expelled for Joining tho llar-
nell Movoinont Bin; Money l'nld tho
Informer by tho Canadian and
ST CABLE TO T11K VKT.MH Mil AIIOCIATIO 1
London, Feb. 12. Tho Pnrnell Commission
reasscmblod this morning. The small court
room was inconveniently crowded.
Major Lo Corou.or Beach, took his placo on
tho witness stand, and his cross-oxainiuation
was continued by Sir Chnrlos Itussoll.
Mr. Diivltt was present and vvatchod the
Sir Charles directed his questions to-day
mainly to tho career of tho Major as a spy
and paid agent of the British Government,
and to tho motives and inducements ho had
lor giving his testimony boforo the Court.
Le Caron was forcod to ndtnit that ho had
xecoived jCDO per month for years from tho
iintish Govemmont, and fur moro from the
Canadian authorities; that he was still under
pay (it both, and that a considerable suin vas
It was expected that Mr. Davitt would also
cross-oxauuno the witness, but ho did not
'Iho questions put by Sir Charles Russell
n ere keen and searching, and important ro.
oiilts woro obtained.
Lo Caron admitted that O'Kollv and Eaan
Vicro expelled from a secret orpanizution bo
oausetboy ioinod m tho ParneU moveinont;
that he made no roport to tho British Gov
ernment of his alleged iutorviowswithO'Kelly
ana rarnell, although both weio important,
and that although, as ho nllegod, Parnoll told
him to seo Denny, Sullivan, Faner and Hind,
Lo mado no report of his intorviows with
them to Parnoll, although ho testiiiod ho did
Tho witness alleged as a reason for net ro.
porting it in this case that Egan had given
instructions that he should report to him
'1 he witness was glib, cool nud collected.
He contradicted none of tho main points in
his direct examination, but tho admissions
elicited from him discredited bis entire testimony.
AFTER HER SISTER'S HUSBAND.
Miss Williams' 8 10,000 Ilreach of Prom
ise suit noes On.
I Tho breach of promiso cose of Miss Marga
ret Louise Williams against David Kearr, a
Washington Market butchor, and tho bus
band of Miss Williams's sister, who died not
long ago, was continued to-day.
Ten thousand dollars damnges aro elaimod.
Numerous details wore elicited of u salacious
charactor. There was no attempt to deny
criminal relations between Mr. Kcnrr and
Mr. Kearr is o stout, middle-sized man,
with eray hair, a mustache and bluo eyes.
Miss Williams is not unattractive, in her ap
pearance. Sho is a bruuetto, with a rather
snappy look to her black eyen.
Mr. Kearr gave his testimony in a laugh
ing way till Judge Pullertou cornered him
on details about his income.
"' How much did you settle on your second
Wife?" asked Judge Fullerton.
" I told her if sho could tako mo with this
6teuch on mo from this newspaper talk I
would settlo $25,000 on her. "
"And could sho ?" asked Judge Patterson,
with an intonation that sot the bystandors
There was no ovidonco to show tho exist
ence of a promise of uiainago.
JOCKEY STONE'S SECOND ORDEAL.
rytnn Hard to Com let 111 in of Hie murder
of Henry miller ut Coney Island.
The second trial of Jamos, or " Cooloy,"
Btono, tho colorod jockey, for tho murder of
Bartender Henry Miller in a Conov Island
saloon last Juno, began in tho Brooklyn Ses
sions Court this morning.
Many jockeys and racing men wore among
llie audience, and those who could get near
the prisoner urged him to ' ' cheer up," say
ing that this trial would rosult in aoquittal.or
Vm ,n ft disagreement, liko tho last.
, .fhe quarrel, which lod to tho shooting and
Killing of Miller, resulted over some Aim
"am garao of change. Stone was tried about
two months ago, but tho jury, after being
ont all night, could not agree and were dia.
T1" ; defenso as in tho former trial will be
an uiibi. The witnesses examined this morn
ing were Drs. John Hill and A. W. Sheppard,
Who made tho autopsy.
haruli Cook, who was the immodiato causo
of tho quarrol; Marks Abraham, who sold
Mono a pistol; Mrs. Steinzig, tho wifo of tho
proprietor of tho saloon where tho shooting
occurred, wore all in court.
t i, ir CBtimony was tho samo as produced
w the previous trial, and very little of it
was directly against tho prisoner.
M'AULIFPE IS WELL.
B'"j Madden Confident tlmt He Will
Itcndcr a (lood Account.
Ill'KClAL TO THE ETCNIXO WOULD. 1
Chicago, 111., Fob. 12. Tho arrangements
for tho fight betwoou Jack McAuliffo
and Billy Moyer aro about completed, and
verythlug is satisfactory, oxcept as to tho
large number of sporting men whonreanx.
ouk to s the fight but who will hove to bo
tlTeo tho Ml p.
M.?,AulJff H well and in good spirits.
"illy iladnen is confident his man will givo
cood account of himself.
eViJit,7.1"'? ?,'' with "oare-all."iuedi-
ivihW t':-B IMl,ft"'lt.fCTOeevi?rythinr from
inniJ""!1111;"' Affpcttonn or tiotlnoat
flrie .-'' ,""olp'ut cuntumpllon, disordered
OImi. V tlu'oat. hronchltli, anhiiis. catarrh,
ini K'.lnT?n,lllri swellines caud b.roerofula
5h7 .i. bl?,0li 'vr ami ague and dronnr.
cieai ':?? "'""lonre-fil , but It lb not. This
eomni. .H"itI!,v,!!,T W1" r"'lJ euro al thoss
52 1IOt1?l'HPl" because It purine- tho blood
PUoea of the body, By druggisu. '.
WHO'S THE BRIBER?
Assemblyman Martin Only Half
Telia tho Story.
Says Some One Offered Dim $5,000 and
Then Shuts Up.
Tho Accused Committee (leu the Hand,
ling of the Charges Ajiulnsl It.
rFEClAI. TO THE IVrNIMO WOBLO.I
Albaky, N. Y Fob, 12. A bomb exploded
In tho ssombly this morning when Assom
blyumn Shoohau aroso and haid that tho Now
York papers had all declared that a bribe of
5, 000 hud been offered to ono of tho Appro,
piiation Committee to sign a report whito
w ashing tho gentlemen mixed up in the ceiling
Ho wished a committooto investigate tho
invostigutors. There was a good deal of dis
pute about the appointment of a enmnutteo,
ond thoro were many demands for tho Asbom.
blyman who said ho was bribed to stand up
and tell tho truth about tho wholo matter.
Finally John Martin, of Now York, nroso
nud suid that ho supposed ho was the ono io
ferredtoos having been ollorud tho bribe.
" 1 supposo," ho taid, ' ' that I am tho central
figuro in this matter.
" 1 had intended to tako no notiro of this
matter, but now I am forced to culilato what
1 bae beard Now thoro is Borne truth in
" Afowdosugo I received a note to call and
see a gentleman in New York. 1 did not rocog
nizo tho signer's liamo, but I called to see him
at the placa mentioned and then I met a man
who told mo that it would be tomv advautttgo
to voto with the majority of tht committee."
Mr. Aspiual' then interrupted and uskod
who the man was that offered the bnbo. Mr.
Martin refused to give the namo. saying that
ho was not there to bo catechised on tho sub.
jeet. but at tho proper time ho would givo
As tho case stood now ho had nothing to
prove, ns thero was only a question of eroc.
Hy between him and tho man who approached
Mr. Gallup then got up to ask a quostiou,
but Mr. Martin exclaimed: " Wait a minuto
now and I will answer. I supposo I havo
gouo so far that I may as well toll all I know.
" I will answer all nuestions. I did not bay
that I was told that the committee was ovouly
divided and that tho corruptionists neodod a
sixth man to got tho majority of tho com
mitteo. Then the quostions began to fly thick and
fast, and finally Mr. Martin got somewhat ox
cited and sat down without answering any of
Then Mr. Aspiuall. of Brooklyn, dolivored
a stinging spoech, in the courso of which he
said : ' ' Mr. Speakor, if any man canio and
oHorod mo a bribo. if any man came and in
Milted mo, would I sit here till tho whip stung
mo in the face and oven then refuse to give
up tho namo of tho man who had tried to
bribo mo ?
"No, no; Iwould stand up on this floor and
let tho whole world know what an attempt
had boeu made to oouimit a crime."
Mr Martin mado no reply to this. Thou
Mr. Ainbworth. Chairman of Iho Committeo
on Appropriations, uiudo a strong speech
declaring tho innocence of the Committee
and saying that the gentlemen from Krio
protected too much.
Tho disputo waxod very warm, and tho
memborB glared at each other and shook their
hands across tho aislos. Many motions woro
made, but when tho smoke cleared away it
was resolved that the wholo matter should bo
roferrod back to tho Committeo on Appropri
ations, tho vory Committee accused of having
Such a ridiculous terminatlouof tho mattor
was entirely unexpected.
It is no wondor that ono member, Mr.
Illumenthal. declined in his speech that thero
was always' gront talk about tho evil and
wrong of bribery, but when tho question
came up the members of this Legislatuio
always hnmbugged themsolvisand tried to
run away from investigating the charges.
Tlie liny In Wall Street.
Tho bears renewed their attacks on tho Gran
ger stocks to-day, and reports weio ten ciliated
that certain president" of Western roads would
not slttn the Interstate Hallway agreement.
On thin story Chicago, Burllnt'ton & Oniney
declined W, to lOOM: Northwcut 1W, to ion to
ut, l'&ul Ik, to avA; do. preferred 1&. to Uh$2,
and Hock Island 1W, to ttfiVS Pullman Palace
Car was raided down from UOAg to 11)0, but It
quickly rcroicred to 'JU5 a -'oy.
The amoral list fell off 14 to porccnt. in
sympathy with the break in tho (Jrangois.
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Moro Developments in tlio Market
One Stand Allotted to a Subject of
Brown Snys SIo (Juvc C.tr.ou'rimt 975
At tho now Wobt Wnshmcton Market in
vestigation beforo tho Commissioner of Ac
counts this morning tho first wit
ness oxamincd was ltusscU lloag.
Mr. Houg is a member of tho
firm of Van Dorcn A Co.. and could not ex
plain why, when his uncle, Maor Clovolnnd,
of Jei soy City, aski d for bland permits in
tho namo of V. H. Hong .v Co., they wcro
lssucil in tho namo of Van Dorcn ,v Co.
ltichard 1). Hrown was rocollod and pro
duced the "boodlo" check for $75 with
which ho paid Joseph K. Carson for his ser
vices in getting tho location of his stand
Mr. Hrown said that his runaway book
keeper has not yot turned up ut tho market,
and ho has organized a soarchiug party to
hunt liim up.
William Callahan, an amployoo of Mr. A.
Vandorheck, a butchor holding four stands
in the now market, tostiticd that he uakod
Mr. Yaudcrbecu to mako uu application for a
stand foi Iniu.
All ho knew about tho matter was that ho
receivod a htiiud which is adjoiuinc tho four
of Mr. Vanderbcck and which is now used
by that gcntlcmuu.
Ho proposes to go into partnership with
Mr andc(,beok, so far us this ono stand is
concerned, in thn Spring.
The witness was shown tho signaturos to
tho applications of Mr Vanderbook and him
self, ond swore tlmt neither woro written by
himsolf or Mr. Vanderbcck.
Mr. Nicoll's endeavor to ascertain if politi
cal influence had anything to do with Calla.
ban's good fortune rovealed tho fact that
Mr. Callahan is still a subject of tho Qucon
of Great Britain.
Mr. Nicoll said that it is strango if citizens
of New Jorsey cannot get pormits when
John Tubbs owns tho stand 37 Gonsovoort
street in tho new market.
Mr. lubbs controls tho hack privileges on
tho steamship docks, and used to lead tho
stalw ai t County Democracy mombcru of tho
Murphy Legion in their parados.
Senator Murphy introduced him to Comp
troller Myors at tho New Amsterdam Club,
and thero ho was promised a stand if thero
was a vacancy.
Accordingly City Judgo Simon Ehrlich dro w
up his application, and it w ai indorsed by
Senator Michool O. Murphy. Richard A. Cun
ningham and Justice M. J. Powor.
Mr. Tubbs said that ho did uol pronoso to
givo up his prosent business, but that ho pro
posed to sot up bis bon m business at tho
stand he had secured.
Ho said that ho does not know Lawyer
Cames, who has been trying to boll his btand,
and asserted that that gentleman had no au
thority to offer it for bale. Witness had au
tliorizcd nobody to sell his stand.
Mr. Tubbs said that ho does not know tho
mon Byer who is now occupying his stand
and remarked that ho would put him out
just as soon as ho got ready to tako it.
Tho witness testified that ho had left the
County Democracy organization Biuco elco
tion. Samuel Werner told how it transpires that
ho is occupying a stand tho permit for which
was issued to John 1 ickford.
Pickford's btand adjoins Worncr's in the
new market, aud he tried to get Werner to
tako him into partnership, saying that he had
no money to fit it up.
Werner would not accopt Piekford as a
partner, but agreed to fit up Pickford's btand
aud pay tho ront. Piekford allowing him to
occupy it tor six months.
Witness testified that ho tried to pnrcbaso
tho stuud of Piekford, but ho would not
Jacob Levy, of 07 Attorney street, is Mr.
Werner's bookkeeper, and he said that Mr.
Lew was tho only man who helped him to
get his stand.
Ho professed not to know that Lovy is
prominent in County Democracy politics in
tho Dighth Assembly District, or that be had
acted us agent for tho salo of Dan Putttrson's
Michael Moloney, who sublet tho ono
stand in tho old market and had not done
business in tho market for six years, uoxt
Ho had applied for ono stond, and wont to
tho Comptroller with Commissioner of Ju
rors Charles ltoilly, tho County Democracy
leader of tho Fourth Assembly District, who
pleaded his caute.
Although a resident of Koilly's district,
witness said ;
"I am not ono of tho gontlcmau's con
stituents. I havo voted ngatnbt ltoilly every
time ho has been a caucidato for office."
Tho witness also secured a stand lor his
sister-in law. Mrs. Morgan, who has sublet
bor stonill to Bonnv Blocli, tho same man to
whom witness sublot his stand in the old
Mr. Moloney's stand in the uow markot
is occupied by a man named David
Meyer, but he protested that he proposes to
occupy it himsolf as aooii as ho can dispose
of his prosimt business In Orand itroct.
Tho witnoss acknowledged that ho mado
from 100 to 176 por cent, profit on tho sub
Icuso of his stand in tho old markot.
SHE WAS POISONED, THEY SAY.
.lire. Hulllvau'N Struuge Death Ueported lo
Coroner Levy was hurriedly summoned nt
noon to-day to investigate tho death of Mrs.
Anun Sullivan, of H.'U Second avenue.
Mrs. Sullivan, who win a widow fifty years
of age, lived in ono of tho long row of lints
betweou r.ightv-sixth and Lighty-scvcnth
ttreets. Sho was taKon violently sick at uu
early hour this morning and diod boforo a
physician could bo summoned.
It is believed she died of poison, and a
strict inquiry is eullrd for.
Deputy Coroner Jenkius wilt raafco nn au
topsy this uiteruoon, and tho pollco of tho
East Eighty-eighth street btatlou aro looking
into tho matter.
OHIO MONEY BUYING CANADA REAL ESTATE
Cleveland' I2xTreneurer Purcliuaee .
I.iirjre IllocU ut Hnult.Ste. Marie.
(H'fClAL TO Till KT1NINO WORLD.)
Ottawa, Ont., Feb. 12. Thomas Axworthy
tho City Trcauror of Cleveland, O., who
decamped from there last Fall after approprl.
atlng S500.000, has bought a large block of
real estats at Sault-Rte. Mario, Ont.
A friend of his sav-s that Axworthy leaves
Toronto in a few days.
JBJ&.V. . fr ,jpjA.a-4f.-. -iirtjt aa4,;-j .
THE NOVEL FEMALE BICYCLISTS' RACE.
TJl fflf AW-Kitty pnoWtT3
fjMfSS. JmSv T '""""Wri Fa,
Thero is certainly enough of tho element of
oxeitcmont in tho six-day bioyclo raco be
tween a dozen fair wheel w onion at Madison
Square Garden to mako the contest exceed
Tho girls, perched onwhcols larger than
tho driving whools of a paescuger locomotive,
but light and flimsy as the air, aro all eager
ness in thoir efforts to outdo each other
and to gain tho nlaudits of tho spec
tators, and when it is considered that thev
aro riding at a speed of twolve to sixteen
miles an hour, and that thoy must, porforcc,
be closo upon ono auothor on tho forty-yard
track, tho danger of mishap is apparent.
At first the spectators viewed tho contost
with apprehonsivo eyes. A misstep on a
trtadlo, tho slightest veering from tho path,
a failuro of any part of a machine must result
And it came oro tho second hour of tho raco
had bcou completed. In a momout of caro
lebsiioss Hilda Swallow, tho most petito and
Oarolin and Carlton Battlo in the
Tw o Uollow-eyod prisonors who stand oon
victod of raurdor and aro lockod up in tho
Tombs remainod in their cells this morning
when tho other prisoners wcro released for
thoir daily oxorciso in the corridors.
Thoy wero ' ' Handsomo Harry " Carlton
and Frederick Carolin, both of whom wcro
to bo hanged to-morrow morning, but whoso
exocution has boon postponed for a short
timo by an appeal.
Both mon sat in their cells, growling and
grumbling, Carolin took it harder thou did
Thoy wero kept closo in their cells byordor
of Deputy Wardon Finlay, who is in chargo
of tho Tombs w hilo Wardon Osbomo is down
South recovering his health.
" They didn't know bow to behavo them
selves, so we'll keep them locked up till they
learn how," said tho acting Warden this
Tho cells occupied by tho murderers aro
located on tho first tier in tho old prison.
Carolin has boen Iho longest in prison. Ho
was committed on April 10 last for murdering
his wifo Bridget,
Carlton inurdorcd bravo Policeman James
Brcnnau on Oct. 29, and has been in tho
Tombs over since.
Carolin is of a sour disposition and is alw aj s
finding fault. Ho occupies cell No. 3. Carl,
tou's coll is tho fourth cell away. No. 7.
It is -ustoiuary to allow tho prisoners to
leave their colls for axerclso in tho corildors
botweeu 7 and 9 o'clock In tho morning und 2
and 1 o'clook in the uftcruoou.
During yesterday's afternoon recess thoy
f;ot into a dispute which came v ery near sav
ng the county the expense of hanging them
Shortly after 2 o'clock thej loft their fells
and bcguD to paco up und down tho corridui.
Carolin was In an ugly mood and at he passed
Carlton h called him a vile namo redacting
discreditably on his paternity.
Quick us a wink Carlton jumped at his fol.
low.murdorer. Ho has an ugly temper nud
ho displayed it. ltaisiug his arm. hn planted
a stinging blow upon tho " Dutchman's '
Caroliu recovered Ida equilibrium, and,
Miv avA SJ t,'( I ' ajl '
comely of all tho riders, walking for the mo
inont by hor bicycle, permitted tho whoe) to
get In tho way of 'hoso behind hor.
Thero woio oleven olhors on tho track at
tho time, aud It would fake but about thirty
kkohiIh for tho hiudmott one lo reach lit r.
J 1 ut t io Low is uud Mau'giu MeShnno woro
clou behind Miss Swallow, coming on at
spuiting speed, and
In less than a twinkling thoro was a tangled
mass of girls and wheels, and vari-colorod
tights, hosiery nud lassullod bootB wero inex
tricably mixed on the floor.
Tho little Swallow was at tho bottom of tho
squirming hoip. Theio wero a few sharp
feminine shrieks aud cries mid then a dozen
strong masaulino arms straightened out tho
Miss Swallow was unhurt. Tho Irish
Magcio was in a dead faint, and was carried,
limp in her scarlet and grtou fieshiugs, to
her quarters. Miss Lewis, aside from the
jar. was all tight.
Thou tho leader in tho raco. Miss Stanley,
elated at hor success, ossaved a Htt'o playing
to tho gallery, and catno to griof.
Sho attempted to roceivo a glass of water
from lur jockey w hilo sho was riding at full
speed. She got tho glass gracefully, but lost
control of her wheel, and in uu instant sho
had riilduii into a post mid her heavenly lilue I
raising his luud, was about to return tlio
(ompiimeut, when Kecpcis Smith, Cnseynud
O'ilncu ran forwnrd uud separated tho bellig
ticnts. Both struggled fiercely in au attempt to
got at Ins antagonist, uud it required all tho
strength of tho keopcrs to drug tho infuriated
. ltinii to their cells,
Comiiiissionir Porter, of tho Department
of Charities uud Corioctions, culled ut tho
Tombs to day and listened to a report of tho
Ho to'd tho Deputy Wardon and tho keop
crs to kiop a sharp lookout over the pair uud
was assured that no pains would bo spared to
save tho crimials for their punishment.
EJECTED FROM THE HOTEL.
MAEY ANDERSON'S SCENIC ARTIST CAUGHT
BEATING HIS WIFE, MISS RUSSELL.
tCFCCIAL TO THE LVENINO WOnLD.l
Chicago, Fob. 12 Guests of tho Com
mercial Hotel woro startled last o veiling by
screams from tho parlor, and upon entering
found a man beating u woman.
They proved lo bo V. P. Dorian, sceuio
artist for Mary Anderson, and his wifo,
known on tlio stugo as Miss Clata ltussoll,
also of tho samo company, who plays tho
part of " second lady,"
Dorian was ejoctcd from tho hotol.
His wifo sajs ho has bead it hor oftou
lately. Tho causo is supposed to bo jealousy.
OUR BOY SKATER LIONIZED,
A lleli'uuiluu lo INiorl llnnoiiliiic from Tide
(ily to Nenuuru.
Joo Domightib, tho champion boy skater,
breakfasted and lunched at tho Manhattan
Athletio Club to-day, and ueut about tho city
for sovcral hours in company with his
A delegation from Now burg will roach the
city tins ufteruo m, nud will escort tho chum
plou up tho riser, where a grand reception
uwalts him to-night.
Mxlli Avenue Ituiluuy Dlrirloie.
Tho annual meeting of the bixlh Avenue
Ilailroid Company wan held at 12 o'clock to-day
at tho depot. l'Oitj-lliiKl itiecl and
Sixth avenue. Tho follow lilt; dlrcctoix
wero elected for the ensuing yur: Samuel
Tioriu, 1". 1'. Olrntt. r'rank Cut tins,
AIox. T. VatioM, Hinry I)i inoiost, IM.
ward Wcaton. William K. Jloituuer, Alfred
. Clrrcn 'Iliom m h. Mary. Willnnit Carpen
ter, Chariot H.l.imlou, iiinryP. iiuoreatidT, '
form went ungracefully sprawling on tho
Tho little Euglisu champion, Josslo Oako-i,
and Elsa Von Blumeu, the veteran, liko a
couplo of Jills, "tamo tumbling after," uud
Kitty Brown found IIih apex of the pile.
Miss Sluuloy and Miss Oakos wero uhligod
to retiro to their quarters to recover from thu
cfiocts of tho mishap, but not for long.
Mine. Armaiudo, tlio champion, wus vory
faint at midnight. Sho fell into tho urms of
her trainer uud was removed to hor quarters.
Thero wero no other aecidonts last night, and
the girls trundled on lu'a mad effort to down
each other. Thn riding iH graceful in tho
uiulii, though in n brush the riders double up
over the steering haudlo unci work as if for
Among tho spectators last night wore
Kvantler Berry Wall, Freddy Gobhard, Dom
inick McCaffrey. Jim Wakely, Muurlco Bar
rymore, Ed S. Stokes and Dooney Harris.
- During tho eveuing Miss Louise Fox. the
JerRoy buttercup, withdrew and only tlovon
contestants wero left.
Tho score in tho raco ut 1 o'clock this
morning, whou tho bicylists rotired for tho
night, was as follows :
Stanley, 102 miles ; Baldwin, 08; Von
Blumeii, ')!; Woods. 01; Hart. Bfi; Armaiudo,
KH: Swallow, H4; Lewis, 77 ; Brown, b'J; Mc.
Slmno, r,r ; Ookes, til).
MAY BE POLITICS IN IT.
THE ARREST OP LOUIS HULLER MAKES A
(mi iAt. to tiii. KM.MSO wont D 1
Muxico, Fob. 12. Thoro is excitement in
busiuoss circles horo to-day owing to the
arrest of Louis Hullor, who is now confined
in Below Prison.
It is understood to have been caused by
ouo of tho English officers ot tho Inter
national Company, owing to some difference
bttweon his Moxican aud New York accounts.
It is statod by friends that Mr. Huller con
make a satisfactory explanation.
Mr. Huller was the Mexican concessionaire
of tho International Company of Mexico,
whose office in this city is at 1G0 Broadway.
An Evk.mno Would reporter called at the
ofileo this morning and saw Mr. Edgar T.
Wells, tho President of the Company,
The first Information of Huller's arrest was
given to President Wells by the reporter.
"Mr. Huller hus boon our representative
in Mexico for sovural j ears," said bo. "Ho
was also a largo stockholder iu tho Company.
At present I can't givo any particulars re
garding tho troiiblo. I will say, however,
that thero lias been an iuvestigntion going
ou down in Mexico for some time.
" Thoro were chargos that a largo umonut
of tlio Company's funds was being uiuup.
propnutod, and wo put the matter in the
hands of our Mexican representatives for iu.
vostigatiou, with full power to act iu any way
that uuuid seem propel,"
Mr Huller is about forty.fivo years of ago.
He was interested iu several mines in Call,
forma, but thoy did not pay him us well
ns ho hud expectod. and he vveut to
Mox co, whoro, by caieful saving aud judi
cious speculation he has amuiscd u fortuuo
that U estimated to amount to between !
42.001.000 and i3, 000,000.
When ho went away he is said to havo been
almost pi nuiless uud uuabla to u.iy his board.
Ho was In Now York a few weeks ago and
spoko pleasantly of returning to .Mexico.
A friend in N w York caul "There may
bo some political plot behind ttds nrrest.
There are two parties in Mexico bit
terly opposed to each other Huller sided
with th Government and has been ono of iu
stanches! supporters. HI arrest may havo
been brought about through tho influence of
borne of his political foes,"
Olilo'e Mate I.ubornliiry Hiirned.
ColvmuTx.O., Feb. 12. Tin Chemical Labor
atory of tho Stato University was totally de
triitd hi the this morning.
lliv main building a. saved by tho firemen
after a gnat eftort. The loss in 400, 000.
DOUBLE TO THE DEAD, II
Tho Man Who Mado the Sequel to 1 1
Byron Anderson's Dream. "&
Ho Might Have Been the Risen Brother of II
the Dreamer. II
Tho Llvlnj; and tho Dead Alike in Fen. -II
itiro und In Name. ill
Tho letter which is appended has just been !
rocoivod by Tiik Evlnimi Wohld : 'II
. ,i i. ,, . NiwYonw, Feb. li, 1880. ' 41
..,."".!' '" '"'.V ,"!,'. following dream recorded ,!
piiblisliiii11'"" LN1N0 WollLD ' ,low HI
Ihk-'i""1 "ly km'her somo ycais ago, Jan. 20, S
Whilo iu business in Tweuty-tlftli stieet I had Jll
El cat need of nn itsslstaut, and had often ex- 1
pi'.'!"" u wish that my brothet had lived to be Xfl
with inn in in) liiislnesH. IB
OntlmuiuhtnrSept 2H lust I dleaincil that '!
ms lirntliet walKi d Intiiniy olllee and asked if L
liadin a iionltiiiii roi Iniu. 'i his awakened me. UU
1 he next dav.Hctij. n I auxweicd an "ad," &
which appealed in The Would, nt a jouiiBinan H
whii wanted a pn-utinu in a leal citato nfiice. TeH
t( llliiii him to cull with a specimen of his hand- 4BB
hilo sitting at my desk the next day. Sept. :H
10. tliuilmii opt ned and in caiuo aiming man
no exactly like my hi cither in every resp. ct that ?'
I Iiivnhintarilyualiod him hy my brother's name,
l'"'"lwcrc,,1 "Tliatisiiiyiiamcsif, buthow 4H
Is it that j on know me:" JaH
1 then explain; d to him. It turned out that
bin namo vias thu name as my brother's, Ar- '!Hj1
t nil . Aiidcison, and still more strauife,
tint ivon his siunaturu nnd IianduriU J'SB
'"m.. "'.'i" , .."10 . M"!!0 Inclosed von -!
willtlnd tho letter of application and a noto of
111) biotheiH dated Nov. 'Jll, 188g, showiliB "'!
hcjwcvaet tho slcuatiiies are.
Iseiiil tliim as proof that my statement is &
truthful, outs truly, II, W. Andeuhon. f
l."i Bioadnay, ltoum 1U8. 3al
Bvron W. Andorson, tho writer of tho V'HI
abovo letter, was found in his olllco by a re- 1
porter of Tun Evenino Would. Ho is in tho al
renl cstato aud insurance business. B'isl
"Tho facts as stated iu my Iott6r,"said fl
Mr. Andorson, ' ' are porfectly authcntlo, and SI
I think tho scries of coincidences as thero 9al
related is tho strangest that I ever '
heard of. I have not vet rccovorod from tho ) H
shook which that first sight of tho vouug man SeH
gavu mo, although it happened uoarly six Jill
months ago." 3r,'Bai
' Wus tho resemblance so perfect, then ?" tfrl
" Well, I have heard of doubles and I datl
havo scon twins so exactly aliko that you VflB
could not tell them apart .- but this 'SlB
was n enso of an exact imago. MBH
I hud tho faeu of my brothor in mind all that l
morning for having di earned of him so H
recently, nud when I turuod around to tell .l
my caller to sit down I could feel my hair '!('
begin to rise and cold chills run up and down , S.BB
" it was tho samo woll-built ficuro, for my tl
brother Arthur was a good deal of au ath- i :H
leto;tho sumo expression of face, tho samo H
black hair uu ' mustache, and I could swear ,
to tho very twist of tho latter that it was my jVM
own brother who stood beloro mo. 1 H
" I was going to tako him up to my mothor. fi !M
but upon reflection I thought bettor of it and I H
decidod not to do so for tho ollect upon my- '
self was so powerful that I was afraid it ' :B
might affect her more seriously." 'B
"Did you omploy tho young man?" v
"No. I could not bring myself to do that, .IVa
for tho wholo thing seemed so uncanny that 4kBb1
I could not bear to see him around. s'BB
About two weeks after ho canio iu -vjffl
that moiuing, upon my advico, ho
biarted West for Kansas City. I
gave him a letter to tho agent in that city of JTbbI
tho Adums Express Compauy, of which f had OlBVi
been a correspondent lor many years, aud X 'SBjVJ
heard soon afterwards that my brother's $
dotiblo had obtained a good position in a "?HjVJ
bank of that city. '
"Ho wrote me himself, and I havo had . wH
several letters from him biuco ho estab. i'iB
lished himself iu Kansas City thank- IBb
iug mo fur what I did for him. He vBTflVJ
had a photograph of my brother and JfiBJ
will soon send it back, together with one of fVawaV
his own. I wish I had them hero now to show t'H
vou, for thn likeness is striking." fs'BB
"Do you know anything of hisauteco- 'B
dents i" xflVJ
"I only know what ho told me that ha BJ
camo from Glasgow, Scotland, to make his SH
way in this country, for his family had been kSBI
broken up by deaths. Ho had only been in ?BB1
this country two weeks when ho advertised, iIbV
and ho said ho wanted to go to some live and BjVJ
growing city. IeBH
" I declare, it seoms to be almost a droam 'vBVl
to mo now. That I should havo mistaken VBBl
him for Arthur boforo I even know his name, '
and thou to find that his mime was identical SaVH
with that of my brother, almost stupefied
mc. And then tho dream, too! I am not a '
believer in signs and omens, but this was a z9H
little too much, and I must coufess that I was jfMC
" I found out, too. that thero was ouly two '!
months and two days' ditlerenco in the ages JKBY
of my brothor and this Andorson, which, SB
makes tho coincidence still moro astound- MBB
Tho fao s miles ot tho signatures of the two
Aithurs aro given, so that our Evenino !
Would leaders may noto tho striking smU. WAV
luritj iu tho handwriting : 'Jnl
Tho lower autograph is that of the dead Jail
bio'her. taken fiom a noto. Ike upper ia
that of the living Arthur.
Mr. Anderson, who is nbont thirty years of sIbTaI
ago and was vonnirertlmn his brothor Arthur, PBjvJ
said that ninny of his friends would vouch BMI
for tho perfect accuracy of his story. tBMai
Ho had told it to many of them, BN
aud they all thought it the BI
most siugular thing thoy had 3Bvl
ever heard of. but ho did not think of giving; JBBB
it to tho public until his attention was called uBBB
to tho Dream Touruamout started by Tnj 7BBB
Evening Would, ?
Airs, Miernooil'M llurm Are Serious. fJ-flflYJ
Dr. Bohiiison, who has charge of Mrs. Slier jBBB
wood, of thu Casino, who was badly burned at '.IsVaB
her home, '.',ri0 Wet 'Hurts -cichth streot, last 'jBBB
eveniuir, says that her condition is (till very te '"BBS
nuut, thouuh not incessaril) dangerous. Hh(j jBBfl
wad itstujg quietly at noon to-duy. 'BBI