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POPULAR POLICE OFFICER, & g& !lnrSnrlff Wt M!f1 FULL-PAGE NELLIE BLY GAME I
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Nellie Bly Will Be in New
York This Afternoon.
Her Arrival to Be Signalled by
the Roar of Cannon.
A Welcoming Party AwaiUng Her
Spoodlno O'or tho Rails in tho
Fast "Chicago Limitod."
I'lio Globe-Glrdler's Itinerary
Beaten Nearly Thrco Days.
Tho completion, thlt afternoon, of Nellie
lily's wonderful journey around tho world
will add one of tho brightest page to tho
imperishablo record of the Achievement! of
Woman. Without guide or escort s speak
mar ho language but hi!r mother tongue;
rlth none of the paraphernalia
rhlch rendora circumnavigation of the
artb. a, tour d I I'turc ; with hot
i single gown- and an outfit which
he ordinary woman would consider
naJoquitofor aonoday'itlslt to Newark,'
his frail, slender, plucky young woman has
ravelled oyer twenty.three thousand miles,
las toucbod at every continent, has
ibtained tlyiug Rllmpoi of every phato
if the world'" civilization, ha demonstrated
lie perfection and simplicity of modern
nethods of travel, and has established a
ccord which within her own lifetime would
iave been regardod as chimerical as n Jour
ley to tho mountains of the moon.
Jilts Bly left Chicago at 10.41 yesterday
nrenouu nn tho Pennsylvania limited. The
lory of her rldo is told elsewhere by herself,
'rowds greeted her at every station, and the
merest of the publlo in her success was
apparent bath in large cities and in the
The train rolled into the Union Station at
'Ittsburg at 3. OS this rooming. A company
f more than a hundred newspaper men
fere In waiting and gave Mist Illy a mott
uthnsiastle greeting. Hhe whlrlod away
rom the Bmoky City at 3.20. with but 444
ulles remaining to be traversed. If no time
4 lost she will be in too depot at Jersey Cily
it :i.3S this afternoon.
Arrangements have been made by which
ier arrival will be announced to the people
f New York and Brooklyn by the firing of a
sluts of ten guus on Battery Park and a
imilar salute at the same instant in. Fort
Irtene Park, Brooklyn. '
Three competent gentlemen will stand on
he platform holdiug stop-watches, and tho
tact moment that both her feet touch the
iatform will be recorded. By the record
tins made, the priie of a free trip tn
'.urope, as has been detailed, will be
warded the fortunate guetser who pre
icted the exact time, or the nearest to it,
.t the earliest possible day.
OVATION AT HARRISBURG.
Peering- Crowds and Beautiful
Floral Tributes Greet the Flibr.
tMCUL TO thx cvxwxa wolo.i
HiKBisicia, Pa., Jan. 35 11 a; ai. Nel
a Bly arrived here on time, at 10,30,
he received t'raaguiflccnt oration.
The demonstration waa Urgtr than when
be President passed through. Over . 000
eople, representative citizen! and their
dves, were in the crowd.
Miss Bly, who stood on the rear platform
f the Pullman car, was cheered two dosen
met. 'ihe people pressed forward, and
tie shook hands with all she could reach,
lany of whom ran two hundred arils after
ie train still reaching np for a hand arup.
The newspaper men filed through the aisle
f the Pullmau and presented the sowers.
large Moral chair contained a card in'
ribed as follows!
"To Nellie Bly, the greatest traveller on
irtn, with compliments of the Harrisburg
tMd.it TelrgniM. Slay ou i.evcr be with,
ut a comfortable chair when you deslioto
iloy a well-earned rest."
A ha.ket uf buds had this card attached!
"Coni'.'lihieuts and congratulations of the
arrisburg Ji'trnlnu Trttgiap. You haw
tnium-irated that the Ausricau girl is
luck) as cll as pretty, ami abuudautly
u m talo ctre uf herwlf at home or
bmjd. whether amid snow and ice or be
mill lilt titling euuof the tropics."
Ai.utbrr Urge and exquisite tounuet bore
cant from tho llarri.burg Wheilinen. with
Nclliu lily is ell. bhe looks better than
If.i nhe left New York etent)-two day
; s 1 ho sea muds and mountain air hate
i.iul bir fseu a little, but her cheeks are
uaiu and she U m tho bestof soiritsat
r ng the end of her long iouruey. bhe
c;( the popular tribute modestly, aud
i made a hundred thousand friends
twecii here aad Man Francisco. If ih
uU run for the rr.s.dsucy wllhiu the next
thirty days she would get an overwhelming
oto along tho 1'entit.ylvaula Hue.
IN HER NATIVE CITY.
Carried on tho Shouldors of an En
thusiastic! Pittsburg; Crowd.
IsrtciAL to mi r.Tr.xtxci wnni.n.l
Pirraiicna, Pa.. Jan. US.-Misa Illy had
an enthutlasllo reoeptlon In thir. her native
city, at 3. 10 a. 31. Moro than thrco hundred
people wore tliore, andeho was taken from
tho platform of tho car and carried on the
shoulders of two men. I
Hlio ricolvsd dozens of congiatulatory
ruejisgcK. and during the entire- tlmo of her
star at tho station the vias buny shaking
hands and answering question,).
Pittsburg is very proud of Nollio Bly.
TheyrsyBhc Is the greatest little woman
In tho wsrld.
BULLETINS OF HER JOURNEY.
Nows from Nollio Bly at Important
Po'nts Along tho Road.
IsprriAis to inn rvExtxo wnnt.o.1
IUnnisiiiTRU.l's., Jnn. 2Ji. 10.40 a. v.
Nellie Bly roccived an ovation here equal to
any over accordod a President. Tho train
was exactly on time.
IiAKCABTin, Pa., Jan. 35 11,45 A. .
An immenso crowd greeted Nelllo Bly here
when tho train arrived at ll.UT.dhroo min
utes late. Tho ovation exceeded anything
aver scon here before.
PiiiLinKLruiA, Pa., Jan. 35, 1.30 r. v.
Nellie Bly arrhpd in tho Broad street
station from ilarrlsburg at l.u.t.u. Tho
depot was packed with pcnplo waiting
for a glance at The YVonLU fair (ravullor.
Her mother and tho welcoming party from
Now York greeted her warmly.
PuiLADXLyiiiA. .Tan. 35, 1.45 r, m. The
train with Nollio Bly on board loft at 1.33
instead of 1.40, thus gain ngscteu minutes
leeway to make timo to Jersey City.
HER MOTHER WILL MEET HER.
A Welcoming" Party Will Qroot Net
' llo Bly at Philadelphia.
The Beatrice, a special Pullman car,
started out of the Jersey City depot at o.lfi
this morolng.over the Pennsyvanla Railway
carrying a welcoming party to meet Nellie
Bly at Philadelphia.
A ecoro of gentlemen and two ladles inado
up the party, among them being Nelly lily's
mother and Mrs. Cora Linn Daniels; Judge
Leicester Holme, who went as MayorQraut's
special envoy, to bear the personal con
gratulations of tho busy municipal chief
magistrate; Do Laucey Nicoll, Clark Boll,
Postmaster Van Colt. John II. Watson. ex
President of tho Columbia Bank; James D.
Metcalfe, of lAft; James B. Townsend. of
tho Press News Association; Charles 8. Scan.
Ion. of tho Cincinnati Knqutrtn II. B. Mc
Dowell, of tho San Francisco Examtnrr;
Allan Forrnan, editor of tho Joumalin;
George II. Dickinson, of the Boston Olobr;
K. B. Harper, of the Mutual ltcservo Life
Association; John P. Jackson. J. J. Wal
ton, Baron De Grimm, President of the
(icfman Press Association, and reporters
for Tna Would.
Any one acquainted with Nellie Bly would
have experienced no difOcultyin re. ogniz
Inc her mother In the great crowd of peoplo
gathered at the Jersey City depot.
Sho is a small, delicate iady, past
middle age, with the tamo soft,
wavy dark hair, only tinted a little with
gray; the same bright, quick, intelligent
eyes, and the same pleasant, alert fare
familiar to those who know. Nelllo Bly, A
stranger would make no mistake In plcklus
out the little mother, either, for there was
a soft, half.tearfnl, but supremely happy ex
pression on Ihe face of this bright-eyed lit
tle women that was unmistakable.
"Oh," aald Nellie BIr's mother to an
EVKKixo Wobld reporter, "I am so happy!
so happy that Nellie it so near home again.
Yes, it hat been lonetomo without her. Hhe
is all that I hare.
" I am thankful that her voyage has Dceu
so fortunate throughout; that no accident
has happened anywhere the wide world
'round to harm my daughter."
Bhe received Jho hearty words of congrat
ulation from a hundred people with a su
premely happy smile, but she was too agi"
tated by impatient expectation to speak
moro than a word, aud that word was grate,
ful in the extreme.
When the start was really tnadt the frail
mother settled down in her etiv chair with
a contented sigh, and waited.
A despatch was received by one of the
newspaper men on the train from John
Montgomery Ward and Ned llsnlou of the
Hall-Players' League saying that they should
endeavor to loin the Nelly Xlly party this
afternoon and be a part of Ihe escort to the
fair circumnavigator ou the homistretch,
THE ITINERARY BEATEN.
Bcaeduls of Her Journey as Planned
and as Actually Performed.
FolIowln is the itinerary published in
Tlix WosldNov. 14. the day of MissBly's
Nov. 14-Lcave New York by steamship
Augu.ta Ylctons. 0.30 t. ti.
Nov, -1-UiiH Uouthampton; London, by
rsll m three hourn. ... , . .
Noi. 33- Leave Victoria Btttlon. Lon
di n. K r. V. on ludta mall.. ,
,ov. 33 Calatf. l'ri. 'lurin.
Nov. 34-Briuih.i, at 10.14 j, M.
Nov. 35 Lcsve llnudtsi, steamship
Cathay. 3 a. K.
Nov. 37 istuallia.
pec. 3-Aden. , ,
Dec. 10 Colombo, Ceylon.
Dec tu 1'tnaug.
pen. IB Singapore.
Dec. SB-Hong Koug.
Dec 38-Leave Uou Kong for Yoko
hama. Jan. 7 Leae Yokohama for San 'ran.
cli-co by steanisblp Oceanic
Jan. sf-Dneat iux Woau office Ju New
Ifov. 14 to Jan. 37-New York to New
Yore T days.
Nellie Bly sailed i exaeUy . 4 0, JO o'clock
in the juoruiug of No. H. from Uobokvu.
oa lb Augusta Yietorls. , . . , I
Alter stormy pAnage she arrived all
Southampton at a. k., Nov. SJ. I
CvuntclUM with the poat-omce ececiah I
Mf.ri Bly leached London soon after
o'clock llipssmo uinriiiiix.
lliHtead of wailing fur the India mall at fl
r. '.. Mi's Ulv started twehehuuni earlier,
by tho tidal train via Folkestone, and made
a detour to Atnious, whero sho luid a picas,
ant interview with Jules Verne. Hlio thou
intercepted tho India mail at Calais, aud
Brludlid wa. rearhod on time.
Nor. 35, Mix Bly sailod from Brlndlsl at
3 a. h., according to her itinerarr, on Iho
sloiinshlp Victoria, crossluc tho .Medllerrt
neau and patklnir through tho Hiicjs Canal,
arriving at Umailla Nor. 3H,uua day behind
From Ismallia her route laricrnss tho lied
Sea. hho sailod in Ailon llaibor Dec 3, In
stead of Dec 3, as uu hor cnr.l.
The next point was Colombo, the chief
city of tholMaud of C'eylnn, where sho at
rtedT)ec. N. Inodayn ahead ol her itiner
ary. Tlau tho stcninshlp from Calcutta
was a day late, so Nelllo did not bid unud
hr to tho Cinealexo till Dec. 1(1. Hhe had
time to seo mtiiy nf the strange and wonder
ful sight' or this wonderful Island.
A stretch of 3,000 miles of brine lay be
tween her and Hlngapore. tho noxt Important
milcstono In her Journey. Hhe had accom
plished tl is oyagn Dec 18, exactly on
Hong hong was next. Hhe was due hero
Deo. 35, h'lt her good luck was with her,
and sho wns in tlio Chlneso metropolis on
Christmas Ee. Hero nho spent tlvo days in
sightseeing and shopping.
Dec. 3H Miss Bly railed away from Hong
hong nn the steamship Uceanfc, bound for
Yokohama, tho great Japauese port. This
was alo exactly mi HChcdnle time, showing
the accuracy ol tho plan mapped out for her
in Park How.
Miss Bly made her bow to the Japanese
Jan. 3. Iho stoamshin was compelled to
wait liore until tho 7th for mails to tho
United Htatcs. Tho little newspspor woman
msdo bright uho of hor timo snd gathered
material for nisuy interesting columns to bo
hereafter spiead beforo the readers of Tux
Jan. 7, Nellie sailed awar again, this time
her vi ssol's prow bolnp pointed straight for
tho Cloldeu (late. By tho Itinerary the
Oceania was duo at Han Fianolsco. Jan. 33;
lint at 7 A. M. of the 3 1st sho (teamed Into
Han Francisco harbor, and tho little lady
again et her foot on American soil.
'J he story nf tli llight across tho conti
nent is frosli In tho minds of readers nf
Iiie r.vrMMi Worlv. bho stsrted at 11.03
o'clock Tuesday morning over tho Hmithern
1'acltlctn Moatc, thence over tlieAtlantio
anil Pacilic llalliray. Next mornlnu sho was
reported at Pesch Hpring, Ari. 'Ihat night
Aibu quel quo. N. it., was passed. Thnrs.
day found her flying through southeastern
Colorado, over the Atchison, Topcka and
Fanta I e system. That evening she was in
Yesterday morning she was tendered a re
ception aud breakfast by the Chicago Press
Club, and left tho Windy City at to. 41 for
tho lust stagn ufhor journey. Rlinuldiio
accident or delay intervene, sho will step
from tho Pennsylvania road a Chicago
Limited Kxprcss at Jersey Cily thin after
noon, at 4 o'clock, coiupleun.1 tho clt
cuit of the earth in 73 itayr. n hours, 1(
minutes and :m rcronda. which will beat her
itinerary by 3 days, 17 hours. 40 minutes
aud 30 seconds,
Lone Island's City's Welcome.
Much intcrost has been tsken In Miss
Bh's Journey by residents in Mayor Oka
son's bai iwick. and a large dcleirat'oii from
Loug Island City will welcome the little lady
at Jersey City. The. delegation Includes
Alderman ilngan, Coroner Welling and a
number of local new spaper men.
ALL BATTLED WITH GALES.
Belated Steamers Reported Ho Word
of the Ill-rated Erin.
It isnnwtwenty-seien days tinea tho Na
tional line tteamthip Erin left this l ort. aud
np to this morning no tidlugi had been re
ceived of her at tho National line ofUce. at
27 Htate street Her agents, however, still
entertain a faint hope that' she it safe, but
other shipping men arc of the opinion that
sho lias gone to the bottom.
Twenty-eight Incomiug steamships are
duo at this port to-day. and considerable
anxiety is felt by several or the owners ou
account of the recent severe storms at sea.
Nonoof thesUamshipsilno had been sighted
this morning. Among them Is the Adriatic,
of the While. Marline. Iri.ui Liverpool, Jau.
15, which has on board Peter Jackson, the
colored pugilist, who wau ts to fight Sullh an.
At Iho White Htar l.luu office this morning
It was raid that tho Adriatic wss not ex
pected before to-morrow, although she
might poKslhly be sighted to-night,
The American ship Hknlflcld, which sailed
from here Nov. 10 for llatavis, was towed
back from the West Indies by the ocean tug
C. W. Morse, with her spars cut doivii to Ihe
trucks. Tnis was necsltied by a hurri
cane which she struck Die. 4. Turn days
Ister she was spoken by tho steamship llen
larig. for Chios, which was also disabled
and could render her no assistance.
Ihe Egptisn Monarch, from Falmcnth;
Clsnfuesos. from Cieiifuegns, Jan. 5..
andLudcate Hill, from London, all report
encountering sevtrs storms. The Mary F.
i'iko lost part of her deck loal aud light
sails, the Hoidler Prince titr tails, and the
Egyptian Monarih three blades of her pro
'the Oregon, from Liverpool, minus her
bridge, an I Capt. Williams, her tourtli
oilier and tetsrsl seamen injured; the
Lldlsn Monarch, from Loudon, Jau. 7,
hort of roil, and the Voltiimn, from Ham
burg, Do.-. 31, with her boats lost aud
several of her crew Injured, tiu all at
Halifax. The latter two are overdue at this
The Anchor line Anchorla.frooi Ole.gow.
Jan. 10, arrived at her dock this morning
aud reports an exceedingly rough passage.
CHANCE FOR A CADETSHIP.
" Iceman " Turner Will Give It by a
Iremau Turner has decidrd to give the I
cadetship in Ihe Natal Academy at Annapo
lis from tho Hlith Congressional District,
which is at his disposal, to tho young man '
who rsrns Ihe highest pcrceutsgA In a com- j
pelitiieotamiualioii to take pltetat Qram-I
mar School No. :t, tu Urovo ttrtel, Feb. 15, i
at 0 o'clock a. .
Besiaes passing a physical examination
applicants mil be examined in reading,
writing, spelling, United mates history,
grammar, geography, arithmetic and aliic-bra.
Not 8o High in the Scale.
Iri. ftHr.l I
"Beo here. "exclaimed the woman, "aro
"Lord, uia'am. no. I'm omy a census
taker. " ,
Tcu Dollars Ier a hliapls Cues. I
JhaU4TCSD.tr faitca 0 cot lamll; tisrj lusr, I
4 foe 3 hsu. A 1Uj' ol4 wsUh lits. ,' I
-.-. . I
V, d; 8." Slick Licorice I
Iarstlabb effM4 ty duUrs as tbs iw Int. '
TAKIHG RAFtlMER'S PART.
The "World Bnreaa of Jnslico"
Begins Its First Battle.
Tho Uoiird or Kmlpjrntton aiittt Pro
dtico Thcin in Court Slomlny.
James I', (lialiam, cily editor of Tux
Woiii.n. accompanied by Douglas A. Lovlou,
Jr., as attorney, appeared bofore Justlco
O'llrlen in Huprcmo Court Chamhors to
day mill applied for and obtained n wilt of
hahta carpus and certiorari, compel
ling tho Commissioners of Emigration to
produce In Court ou Monday tho German
(migrant, Johannes Hammer, who wm cent
to Ward's Islam! by Commissioner Stephen
son ami is dotalncd there by Iho Board of
Commit doners, and Bite good reasons for
Hammer Is an export tailor, young mid
healthy. But unfortunately ho lias ono leg
that is shorter than tho olhor, and tho
Commissioners thought ho might becomo a
pari pur and sent him to Ward's Inland, pond
iim his return to (.lermany. although ho hod
ion lu money and was ofloredwork l.y A.
Htadtmuellcr, a clothing manufactuicr uf
Mr. Graham, acting for Tux Wom.i'i Bu
reau of Justice, applied for tho writ, stating
the grounds a. follows :
"It is a matter of notoriety and public .
interest, aud your putltlouor avers Iho rhct I
tn bo that mio Johannes Hammer Is Imprls. ,
onod or restrained of his liberty In the city
and county of Ni w York.
"'Ihat ho has not bieu committed and Is
not detained by virtno of any Judgment, de- '
eree, llnal order or process, spcculed In boo- i
lion 2.010 or this act and of tho Now York
Cod of Civil Proce lure.
"That to tho best knowledge, Information
and belief of your petitioner tho cause or
yretense nf the Imprisonment of thu said
nhanno' Hammer is that ho Is o'almed by
tho Commissioners of Emigration to bo au
emigrant and has Just arrived within this
Htate, is a cripple a pauper and unable to I
care for himself.
"That your petitioner verily believes that
said protended charges against the said
Johannes Hammer aro without foundation. "
LOOiBIS APPOINTS ft MSB.
Tbe Tarn many Leader Made Deputy
Ex-Assomblyman Edward P. Hagan. tho
Tammany Hall leader of the Hiiuntli A
scmbly District, has landed in a nice berth
at last, after being mentioned as a possible
candidate for Police Justice for three
He was to-day appointed Depntrfltroet
Commissioner by Htreet Commi-sloner
Loomis in place of Wm. Bobbins, who w as
elevated tu tho position by Commissioner
Coleman shortly before his retirement.
The salary of tho position is 13, U00 annti
allv. Mr. Hagan is fortr.twn years old and was
born and hronght up in the . Sixteenth Dis
trict, lie has served set en terms In th As.
senibly. He was tint elected uu the Tam
many ticket in 187H.
In 1H7H hebeatOen.SplnoIinn tbe Coun
ties' ticket. He was elected again as
a County Democrat In 1HH4 and
1885, Hince theu he has represented
the District in tho Assembly as
a Tammany Democrat. Once he tan lor the
Htate Hcuate. but waa deteatud. His last
term expired term expired on Jan. 1 last.
- m m
ONE OF THE FARRELLS' FIX.
Hold for the Death of a Man Put
Out of His Saloon.
John Varrell, one of the well-known Ter
rell brothers, of the Tourth Ward, aud sa.
loon.kteper at 32 Chatham square, was
brought to tho Coroucr's ofHco this morning
to answer ooiieernlng the death of Michael
Mahon, a blll.potter, uho diod last night
immediately after Farroll had ejected him
from his saloon.
Mahon went Into Farreli'a saloon, which
is in front of Iho Chatham squaro ttatlou of
the Elevated ratlrotd, and called for a glass
of ale. Farrellwas behind the bar at the
lime. After tho drink had beeu served,
Mahon put it to his lips and threw It ou the
" If you don't like the stuff we sell, don't
come In here again,'' raid Farrsll.
Mahon wanted to arguo with Parrel), and
he wat promptly ordere 1 to leave the place.
Tills he refused to do, and Farrfll took hint
by tho arm and led him to the door. I
As Malum stipnod lit the .idswalk. In fell
backward, tarrell titled him aud laid him
in Ihe next dooiway. As he did so tne man
Farrell crabbed his list and ;oat ami ran
to ihe Oak street station home and gate
'Iwo witiiees, Ida Canton, of 13
Christie street, and Andrew Itllneuisn, of ,
00 Cttheriuo stnet. sab.tautlatvd I arrell's
vers'ou nf fio st.'alr. bett-ral onWr oft
the Fourth Piecinri saw -tlalion ftilier In '
theday, 'liiey say lie waa iutoxicated. He
was unmarried and 1 1 red with his sister at'
4K Mott ti eel. where his body now lies.
Farrell ia raid to bs worth Considerably I
ovcriuo.ooo. aud tho ocmbincd wealth nf I
the three brothers. John. Patrick ami I
1 homes, is istiuiaied at over a quarter of a
miilii'ii doi'sis Che, tre all taluou-kesprrs,
audharr uteil in Iho Ward fo.- thirty.live ,
years, where they bsr a good reputation.
Coroner Hauly this liioruius tnuk the
testimony of Ids Canton aim Andrew Kllng-,
man. as well as of Farrell himself, and placid
tan ell tiuder .AU0 uondt to appety at
the inoue-t next week. HU ei.ter.ln-ian. .
Ellen A. Fairell. of H4 itcotevelt stiect,
signed the boud.
Leaving Now Enjflaud.
itritist. ia tbc wottai
Bosios, Jan. 34. -The Tyler Tube Menu,
factoring t'otnpauy, of South Bostou, hate
decided to emigrate to Washington, t'a. j
Mr. T)lersaye that New Englaud lufnfsc.
turers rsuoot ompte with the 1'cnnsyl.
t ania mills, fuel and other niattnalt co.uug
too much for trauapcrtal.ou. ,
Pstssininy siomaeb wars qaieklj eor.4 hr Itr. I
Soil's abctrle Ptuurs. -L A. Hsra r
Tbe Defaulting Post-Offlcc Cashier
Shot Himsolf Through tho Hoad
to Avoid Arr03t.
.Mr. Vim (,'ott Thinks Ilia HtcnllnRS
Will Not Kxcecd $2.-,O0O.
George If. Louuslioiy, tho dtfaultinrf
cashier of tho Pott-Ofllcc, who nut a bullet
lu his brain at his homo In Hackcnsack. N.
J,,.lsst evening, tiled at .1 o'clock this
ThetiPWRwas brought to this city by Ohlof
lW-OfTlcu Inspector Wheoler. who went to
Hackcnsaok yesterday, ttilh inspectors
llattthnrnc and Morris, to arrest Lounsbcry.
Wheeler and his asslstantH spent tho night
at the defaultor's house Lounsboiy never
recoreiodconsrlonsncss after ho shot him
self. Ho lay all night tn hi bedroom on the
second Hour, siirruiiiidO'l by his wife and
thriochlldrnii.Dr.Ht.Johu, tho lamllyuhy
siclsu.and tho lU.v. V. N. ilolloy.rirtnr of
Christ KplKcnpsl Churoli, which Mrs. Louus
bery attended. , ,
'lio poor woman, who lx snldtnlio in a
delicate coiulltliin, hail been driven tn the
I tergo of iii.atiily hy tho tragic occurrences
of tl'O past twriitr.fmir hours.
I Ever since she teamed that her hnsbind
was siispc-utod of illshoui'str sho has been
distracted with grief, nuil Ihe hock of his
I attempt to kill iilmsilr yesterday inorniuir
i by tin nine on tho cat in his room very
neat It prostrated her.
Imucctor U heeler said that her condition
this morning was tort- critical, and ihat
when her husband's death tvas announced
to her she seemed to givo way completely
both in mind and body.
The s'.erv nf Louusberys crlmo and at
tempt! d suicide hid spread 111.0 wlldtllo
I through the little tillaga uf llackuiisack.
nod during theetening many fi lends of the
unrortuuatn famllr esino Ut tho houso to
mako inquiries and nRor srmputny.
No niiu was admitted, hotrntcr. and tjio
sorrnwtrickrn cronpaiHiut tl.p hedsido o.
the dying niau was not distnrbod.
Th employee lu the inst-nfilce worn
shocked by tho news this m?nilu.s'specially
thole In Cashier Lmiushvr.v'H department,
who had been with him for many years aim
who could scarcely believe the story of hie
l'OHtir.astcr Van Cott was ono nf the llrst
to reach tho oftice till, morning, although
he was one of the last to lento it last
He hadromslned downtown until nearly
mlduiulit in consultation with the heads of
tho various department.
He mokud ti ry nervous and worried when
Tux Evknimu Woiau reporter called upon
" I liatu not yet dnno anything iu the way
of IntPitigatiug Cashier Lotiusbcry's no
counts." he said, "but 1 am rerttiu that
the amount of defalcation will not oirecd
135, ono. 'Ihe seals aro still upon his safe.
aud will not be broken until no are ready
to begin the Imo-tk'atlnn. 1 hare sent
word tu Lounsbery's three bonilsmen tu bo
nre-ont, but I shall not wait for them it
ther do not make their appearance this
"I pinposo to go right on and take an in
ventory of oirrythlug In this safe auduf nil
the alauum in tho otllce and lialiUicn tho sc
counts, and thou I shall know to tho peutiy
whst has lie en taken.
"lusmcior Whet Ier will conduct tho In
veitlsatieii, and Couiriiisslnntr Hhlelds,
AssUtsut District-Attorney ltowe and my
self w Uussist lulu. '
" Hat e ynu any suspicious that others aro
implicated in Lounsbsry's stealing j"
"I eiiiimt ay an thing about that now.
for I liavn not -nttlcleit lufonuatinu about
the matter, and IdonntnUli to make anv
charges that mar he unjust. Later on I
liuv hate something to say. "
"Dotou think that Louusbory'a pecula
tion extended over a lo'ig period t"
"Nn, I do not. Helmut lis to taken the
money lu a lump, a d that a.m-c thn
I'.r.t uf January, iho inspectors from
Wft.Iillitrton iiitisllnaii'd the l'oit-Oftieo
veiy thoroughly Dec. ill, and they fonud
0 von thing ail right. 1 do not see how it
would hatu lion iiossible for Loun.bery to
roiueal a detlrit of so large an amouut If it
hail eiiilcit then.
"Mill he might hate brcu able tn borrow
the money foi a few dais ami then pay it
back sfahi. mid so deceive the inspector.
1 hsd several checks upon hint, both in the
auditor's reports, wh'ih were certified tu
me vteryday.aud by t'eoond Asst.taut Post,
master JI organ, it ho had charge Of Hie
cashier s departnie'it, "
"When ilid ton first bcclu to suspect
"About ialit days ago, Utoriea had been
and loose habits, ciecialiyiu rejard to his
ilriiiklug. I lilt e-tleatrd them and found
them imo, and 1 deteriniued to get rid of
htm, for 1 did not rounder him a proper
per-ou toliatu charge uf so respousib.e a
"I did i nt suspect then that he was a de
faulter. I had made all thn arraugemeuts
to put ny son llichard in n ar.-e of too
otr!cpctti-V(-.lnt.', but Lonnsbcri's absence
on Thur dar Jed tithe disomy nf hi.
crime, and that upiet sll my arrangements.
" i.y sou will not take chsriio o tuedc
partnieni, 1 hate netrncted Mr, Woil, of
tbe Uegistratioii Departiuent, to assume the
duiie.of net ng ctsblef till t)ie whole thlug
has Ik ell silted."
Ptstiuasler Van Coll is responsible for lbs
deficiency in Lo'insbery acioiiut.aiid wi I
hate lo make It goo I a soon a the extol
annum has been a-ctrtttiied.
Hr ts protected, hnweter, by Loin.hery'e
boudmiiei-, who are all suit lo be it ecily
resD.ii sible. Out m Ihs.e Iheodoie 1'.
HorTmsi., of l'.o-!a'e, N. J., who is nn the
Umd for ; 0,0 tin. He is iu Ihe Hour snd
feiil b.l.ineis in 'J lilrll-fouitb atreet mtb's
city, an 1 1 (imi.lierj i his rtrtiur nt iLu
same tunc t'ist beheld his oflice xindei the
EL'sr Wa-hburoe. nf CaisLIU. N. V.. ts
on the bond for 415,000, aud John Moous' ,
of 4111 West Twenly.lblrd strvet, for the
ssine imoiiu, Nont-nf the laiiiitsrncu bad
put iu au spin erauce at the l'ost.OOlce up to
It would hew iietn very easy for Lrmns.
lierriotuake a haul in one ortwaiusof
tbe amount ol his thortaxe, for the auauut
ol money that passes through his ksndt
daily mar be inferred from the fact that tee i
tale uf lamp. in tlie New lurk Poet-Urace
last icar amounted to more thau
Potmas:er Van Cott at first inten let to
send Imrector Wheeler back to liarken.
sack with authority to pivcurt. a .rsrch
wan aul to search Louii'bcry'e hous. In.
specters llartshoroe and klorns had bevu
llt in charge of Il premises, with ui.lruc
lions to permit noth ii.' iu the bouse lobe'
it eras decided, however, to abandon this !
fileo. tad a tetasrau u eeut recaliiugi
, T bs Lounsberie litej in hsnd-oms style
11 tlacisi sack, tin bim-c I '
AHEAD OF TIME.
being ronted. Lnnn'ben cat a wido swath
III society in the quiet lit t' o Jersey tillage,
and was a uiomlneut member of the Oritam
Field Club. , ,
llli intimate acqnaintauca with Ex-PosU
Kiaster-Qoneral Tlinmas I Jaircs, who
(., at EuKlowond, gavo him high soaiat
(tatidiug. lleslirgau his career as adiiv
prnnieut employee niider Mr. James, whon
Hie latter , Deputy Collector ut
Customs, and went with tilm to tie l'nt
Olf.cess aosistant ca.hier. For nine years
he has been nt the head of that (lupartment.
and during that time Ids honesty has never
before, been questioned.
He leavis two children, a girl nf seven
teen and n boy of ti t,.en. by a former mar
r'agc, and a child of tan yi urs brills pres
ent trite, a ynuurr lady nf Ilseketissck,
ttlmm lin married about lour years sgn.
When he lirt became cashier of tho Post
Office Loiin-bi-ry's salary watt f t,00n, but it
was cut down iu July last, under the new
rla.airlcatloii list, tn 13, linn. Lonnsbery '
look this roin:tinn very coolly, and said lie
illil not mind It because his leod business
Later in tho day there w ere nitiw'" lu the
Post-Ufllce thst artists were probable lu
connection with Lnunsbery'e lUfahatinn.
ComrabsiniKr Hlnelds derllued to say
whether any warrant had been Issued,
AT LOUNSBERY'S HOME.
Humors that Domestic Troublos May
Have Lad to His Downfall.
Ishcial to tuf xvcximii woum I
HArKEXaarg, N. J., Jan. 35. George II,
Lour.sbery died at II o'clock this morning.
Ho never lecotered consciousness after Le
tired the shot that piotcd fatal.
It la learned that who i Li...nle ry discnv.
e red that lils'crmo was unearthed, he tele
graphed his partner, Mr, IIuQman, lo come
tn him. Hoffman wont tn tho post.-iffico
and imlnced William iinsscU. an inllr.isto
friend of the dead luan to accompany him.
'1 bey-talked a long lime with ihe cashier.
and urged him tu retnrn to New York and ,
straighten matters out. He comented.
and lilt the room to get tils coat. In a few '
momenti the svrt aut tillered tbo iooui, say
ing: " I do believe Mr. I ountborv is after I'olug
hsmi to himself."
Tnuy nulled upstairs, a'nl foupit him in
his chambor with a lnillct.it n ind in his head
aud a pl.tol clutched in hi- light band.
Home lif lit on the causes nf Mr. l.otin
beiy's downfall may lie found in the stork-:,
circulating here lo-day icgariiuig Ids dn-.
liieMio relation.. It isssid that hi. wile was I
formerly an artre., ami that ihe couple
lite'i vtryunhapp ly, Many rumors ilerg. I
atorv to her character Jie tloatiug about. I
'ihry are, however, put teriricd as et. j
Lonii.bert's friends dtuy that hi was a '
hard itilnkiuc man. I
1 lie time of the funeral lias not Won
llxeil. It ia dnubtfal if an iuqucit will Le
20D GIGAWiRS STRIKE.
Rose & Co. Atterap'cd to Cot Sctitd
More thin 300 c'gar uralcra in the factory
of D. E. I'.o.a.V (it. of 18 and 30 rultou
trest sre uu etrite to. lay ou account of
au attempt mad by tbe firm In cut
schedule prices nor.i 10 to l." per icit. j
llicnieo say that Hose turd to late ad. t
vantage ut t.ieui in this, (he coldest lar'nf '
the tUulir, und cut their i arumgs or force;
Ibeiu Pilea vc the faetorr. '
'lo-day the men Llicd a hall ami teM a '
) meeting at which it wasirrciilnl not t.igu
.work ai Ihe reduaed price.. AconiciilP
wasieuttn tl e employ, r-, l-.it the. iiiu ed
' to willuhaw IIJi;i l.i .laud lliey lia.t ULiu,
oon tuers wa-. i.olhim: cite tu du. hat to ib ,
At-ontuiiobuuJrranf Ihe workmen, only
urenty-fire it whom aie work! iu .n eita',
refu F.I lo co O'lt, but it i thought il.it un
lss tbe tru accedes tu Ihe iicn.aixlsuf the
men tbe factory will be tsestel bj til. '
Mr. Hue sa lie has n.ougb lok en
hand uutn th? ksoii opens acaiu. Hu td- l
nuts that he knsw tbe men rnnldu'i gtl '
workelstithcrv, as Ibit is the dull part ol
EARTHQUAKE IN TENNESSEE.
C'aIho, Ilk, Jan. 35. -A heavy stiock of
eartbqutke was fc't at Belllout Lake.Teiui,.
yesterday, caoiinc a panic
i I'.ViC JlV.r,liU iluxj. " UtitXklu, " u I
Its4sy'sr. rilee3csti. ', i
8mo "Utrvrts vk - -i-t
. I ' , i
rf4tatte- , . us lAfciii t'-iniliii tsasweiaihi
THE OAK'S NEWS OVEfl SEAS.
Russian Children Packed In Hampers
and Sold to -Traders.
IDL-NLAr ratiu SE?a trrcut.t
Moscow, Jan. 35. Telliblo disclosures
hate Just been madii hero rigardiug tho
treatment of fnundliuits.
1'ioin Irustworthy oflicinl tnfonnatlou It is
aurertaiued that nf tho whole number ad
mitted to charitable lnstitiitloup, 77 per
caul, d'e, owing to tho inhuman trcatmout
Not cnly thin, but It U mImi rslablishcd ;
that parents actually sell their chlldten to
traders, who i aek tho tiiifortunaUs in
hampers, six or rerenbsbios being squeezed i
Into a single basket.
In this condition they aie sent nvir the
country as baggagc-a cciurso tlutt natnr
ally remits iu great mortality.
A rigid inquiry has been instituted.
Widely Known Manufacturer Doad.
IrrrciAt. to Tttx atxuntn -r-m.- i I
PcoviPKMcr. Jan. 35. John Kendrick, .
widely kuow'i as a niintttacturer of loom
hartic'sis, died (trly this mornln.-. aped I
ii riily-ltvo years. Ho was nf English
descenl. and was a uatlvo of Winchester.
Entrll3h Judcea and the Orip.
IDCHI.AP CAI1I.I: SIWI 'fKCUI.1
INpox, Jan. 35. Th c'lp has made a
serious onslaught upon tne English Judi
cial), and right of the leading London
Judges are at presold Unr its rombil, in
cludlns Chlif Justice Colorldge. His Mailer
of thcllolh. Lord Eshcr, and LorJ Justice
TALHAGE SAILS FOR HOME.
A Now " Gondoliers " BIneor AUo
Among the Auranla's Pttaseccrers.
lllVSLAr casls ksws srsvciiL.1
Lncaiiwi, Jan. 33.-l!ev. T. DcW'Itt
Taliuuge and wife, of Brooklyn, sailed to.
da for New lurk by Iho Aurauia, as alio
lid Mr. BiUiugtnu, a inuuW of DOyly,
Cartes company, who will be added to the
"Gondolier." tro ipo In New Yorw.
Dr. Talmago was ecortfd to the tesscl by
Dr. Itlle, Lord Bishop of Lit erpoo1, and a,
largo puty of frunds.
NO SKATING YET.
IWlr and Wamiw Wca:hor Prodictai'. i
Mr. J. 1M" chilly liillrfttife ctce I fow
York t'lsnnoraitrrs to 'all to 34 decrees
tin. niuriiiiig. b.it mi gradually ili.so.tiil
bj the warm weather which ferst, Pnuii
proa I'liod to stud out a toon ashe leached'
tin- -igna N rtiienSion ihl oioniini;,
'Uu Sa.'isiil ar-tt wllirinilloue lotrott
ainici to-lay ad t-muirow, with lair
w es ther,
'tlmruu. fairwetl'it'i aliiivvrllicrnut.tr)
his uior.i lis I'srept in Cana la, wlurutiirie '
a a lillli'sii'w. It was e.ildrr atl lliro't'.'h
lh lain icyi.Hi and aim,: ilii- AtaiiiK
i-iMst, but gvnersltr warmer s-1 rnhrre. ti!
"tales i l'ln' lie jh-.i sii44vutxphnei'rt
wsnaii weither to-uortnv.
Whilst ciJ.ruii tut j. t "IdMie-sin
New lruk tli. mnrmiig. at llinion it
navheit ! , at W'ai.ii,-tm ou!) 3H. i'nila
ilclwi.a. '; Itiiicavu. an; -tu. Louj. 40,
aud .Sett Uileuu., Ov.
ONE DOG'S IHGRATITODL
He Fatalty Bit the Hend of Ills'
Krcrisi. To asu: risiu ou I
lkwTv. Jan. 35. lUvul l Jacksoe, a
well knotru an ten of Msldcr. died at T, ,
a clock this monnog at ILe Ma.st3iiu.elts
(ieueral lluspitaL fr.utbe cCc'ia of a dog ,
tile lirntet a week age. blood poisoiitug ,
having id In. I
He was kuwn lira stray slof nshich Lad
beeu ruu over aud whiob he picked up uul
oared tor, T T I
fas Ann Kr Ji'vn -in the 4hnmt, makhw '
J. .. - ..
Hllaraf i TSsliMlts i'il' iseSss i i'i
LAST EH i
BEATEN NIGH ONTO DEATH. 1
Salesman Downei Fonnd Terribly Jnj
Mangled in tho Street. J9
No (,'lun to Ills Assii'.lniit or III J&M
Motive Dottnos Mny Die. .B
I'ollcctinnThnmaiHmitli, of tho Eighty- WU
ciclith stlict I'tation, found a Well-dressed B
man leaning against tho Mia rolling at i'IkH
DlilT)'s nndortnkir simp, at 1H31 Tulrd :8al
nvinur, early this iiioriiiug. His face and 191
I e.olhes were corcrcd nllti blood. ' toH
The man was ilsrtd. and gazed stupidly JPH
and srrcchltos nt thu oflioor irhotr ad- iujfll
dn s.id. ILH
It was I o'clock. The man could not hire Jp31
io.net cry lar lu that condition. Ho could Skill
, not hate been beaten ro in a fight without Hs9l
liimpusthat would liuvo Inrcn hcanlalouf 'BJ
j way oil. Yot Officer Hnutli had passed the $
spot loss than iivo lutnutcn bofore, and liad SH
I lint Ucu out nf hearing biiicv. ' -ff H
Dtifiy's store is nt Ulo Hiriilred and Ho- VflJ
und illiet. I'ollu'inn'i Hmitli'e hi at was JSjl
i IroniOne Hundredth strut toCnoIlnndrtd H1
und l'r.ntlli ttuet. eSR
i Himth eaiumuned aid with a rap nf htj dkl
1 club nn the slonc llatr?. Tliero was no at 9l
I pearance of a striiciflo abunt tho street, and dXH
nouthir b.iMHl ilisn I at dripped flora the StU
. Strang: man wht re lie stoixt. llohadlotta IkSH
good ileal of tl.c vital fiiild. kV
M.trte.ling much, tlio ofllccriitook him to illsaB
I the itstlon, it here r-irseatit Bend qnesttonid 43H
lilm, while a call was scut urn roranarabu- hH
l lance. Iho Plan was mtlonal epottcli, JtH
thn'mh cruwnuc wrak from lorn nf bloott, KSlaH
ilintwoiiid nay nothing further than that I w aMafl
was .mines Uouim. forty-nluc years nliL it&sfl
I sluale. ami tha he lltid at tl)5 East Onn- mM
linn.iro-ttli treot. and was a aalosmau. Tlie 4Xx1
, one roily he made to all Inquiries about tha 'T.1H
i manner iu whtcli hi) wn Imrtwrw; ''in
i "I gave him a Huff end 30 1 tha vrars! of 'ltU
hurgcoti Kripp, fiom tho Prrsbrverlan 5SMM
Hospital tvorleit in any an hour over the
man to get him iu sluim for the ride to the MUM
hospital, lilt note was nioken, -snd his '1H
right ry. fearfully bruited nnd cub In all s'jH
proUliillly be trill ho it, 'i'buro was ail vJQ
.ugly ml on the right sine of his head, and 'fsMI
the tdielo face wa lieatrn and batters.'- It M1M
I looked to tlio snrgion as if siimenue had aff
I stamped uu his face and gT.inud aa iron -fjUxl
heel in his rye. 4lB
Ou kccoiint of the rrowded condition of aH
tlioPreibyttriau Hospital lie was taken tn UBxj
I Behovtie. Whun tlu. 'ibniassc sal "1 -Nnl
l iiewssin a stele bordering ou (.ollipse, and 'fflsl
, hu condition waHcrltiral. 6lal
Capt. OCounoi'ii iliiecllvcs are worklrur aWtal
I hard to find r.ut whit ii behind tno ease. mlM
1 hey aie -lire that thu man WAiuot assaulted s3r!B
In tho tree), butsomeirhfrHinalrauscTtrar . ilB
hr. and was Hum,' u.tt after haviuxbeen ,fl
i "dnneni." Jrl?l
W hat sort of a midnight mystery is birr- will
rowing behind this crimo will perbape.ua jalfl
fouud out to-dav. Ull
wi use Bs
UPHAM WANTS TO FIGHT. Jill
Out CSOO la Too Small a Purse to iDfl
Tscklo aodf.-oy For. WM
Neuixpov. Conn., Jan. V.". ArthurlX Jil I
Uphsin, of New I.njdou, middle-weight ,;5? V
champion of lthode IritTirl and Oonnccticir:, 'S '
in. decllnsd the offer to Il3ht J.m Hixlfrev, jNr ;
Hie colon d pugilist, before the nUdslooa S IfjJ
Club, of Providence, furJoOQ. clannt'igxae & H
stakes are too small. rt m
It they aro increased tn anr Tojsonabla
aninuut above that aura ho la wllltnjrtJ meet K '
with Middle-Weight JsuL Uavo". of Uo.tou, TJ ,
and is iNii anxion. to taeUe Kallor Browu, Jt ,fjj
nr any other Eastern tnon of lilt .maud JB H
weight, m (
SAM BAXTER KHOCKED OUT. M
England's Lloht-Wclcht Defeated By m M
Jom Ourrjees at Sydney, 4B 'I
(icorce V. Atkinson cables tbe J'ttli IS I
(timltr that Jem Burgas. lighLnelgbt m H
champ'ou of New Huutk Yi'ales, LnocleJ out M l
Ham Batter, llcht-weight champion of Eng- Ti iB
land, at t'oley's (l)iiiiiasiniu, rlyuuef. it.
'll.e meu fousht at 100 pounds for
HANGED HERSELF IN HEQ'ROOU. ; II
Elizabeth llanr.3cu Commits Suicide I
While Temporarily lniano II
ri'Ctbelh Hanac'i. tl fey. four jreors eid. l
of i:lO'l Ua-liincton aveune, was found
lianglii in her bedroom this luorntns:. 9
Hhe us nit uuwi, nt once, but (lie had S
lieeu itto ct !.- iisatu'liuRn. S ifl
.-he lud tll iles'4i tellt (or snov dar ' t
tint It i.suii.osed that she Lc-anie teuipo. Mil
rani) iusaue. all
JIMMY MITCHELL KNOCKED OUT. I M
, Tom ilonitfca V.'hiiu Uira 4a Sivan 3 jfl
Hounds, at Jlolloo. II
Urimu TiiTur. KVIMN I W'tllll I V H
Paixis, 'IV.. Jan. J"1. Jimmy Mit.-htl!. M rl
of Ph.ladeip); a, ttas l.i ncknl nut m se cu m II
io.iii.'. ltt Light by Iiiu Uoiagi, uf M 'SM
1'. n.Uir.-. "
lit ll.-ld a- o' piweii'j" i'i,a I M mt
a dei rati battle wrtl. tceii me. iwte , at U
Earcr.esj Offcrmen'-i Narr.iH-F-rcujpo. Jt I
ifr'n-ar .! t J iv -si i.. 11. 91 I
LoMujf'.Ju.-.'u. Aiiciau-Ulisj Uruu-t, JH I
the lauitil of Muratts, Au.tr a. ai list fill
ju-t after the L'mxiin. lfteruia i I-!' l.ur liB
carriage todasoswr shni-jkiu u- Uiiu-u.; 9 I
asadhn udb.ew lluieluinue u 1 14 wii- 'aliH
boring fti-iory over upaiui ,,mii;. , k It. Sll
lug the lioriMaud livu il.-iIm-. tsp Ss'fl
Tic L'srotiess 1. a Usaun u. sn who Sfl
was tugagwl tu tin- Arsu.d'4-j .u-1sy- ! :H
Euifcior b-rsJ.itvs o W' u-auis. BUI
to vicevtulljr est jcia ltd UeniS titafitfce Hal
I " " MVm
' AUSTTVAVVI .w.sliSW. - v 1
hi ni hit i il ni iiat'nissjaitssMt'sads-MmiTTwsssfc