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pcHAME m wtigmt, tel zriW" ' P Vefy "Blythe" '-"j 1
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PRICE ONE CENT. IVEAVVOKK, MOKl)AY7"jA.rAY i7, 1810. " PRICENBCBNT 9
SORTING OUT HIE GUESSES.
Winner of European Trip to Be An
nounced Without Delay.
Nellie Bly'a Quiet tiundny at Homo
Happy, but Not Tired.
The busiest placo in Tjie World ofllco
to-day Is the room whore tbe guesses
on the 'duration of Kellio Bly's jonr-
Iney iround the earth are being assorted.
It is hoped that tho task maybe com'
pletod this week, and the name of the
luoky guesser may be announced.
The magnitude of tho tank may bo
imagined when it is stalod that nearly n
million of the guess coupons were re
ceived, and that they ciune in in soores
of thousands after it was known that tho
young woman had arrived at Ban
In addition to the regular clerical staff
of Tns World, a scoro of "postmark
experts" from tho FosUOfHco are cm
ployed in thair hours off duty in Mr.
Van Cott's premises, each giving as much
time as can be spared from his needed
It Is now known tint more than a thou
sand guesses have hit tho right numbor
of days, bnt oro out in tho hours, inin.
tites and seconds: more than ten tbou.
sand came within twelve hours, and moro
than titty thousand within twonty.four
Tho time, ns announced in tho Sunday
World, was 72 days, 6 hours and 11 mm.
The greatest possible care has bcon
taken that no coupon received should bo
mislaid. Every guess sent in will, when
the assortment is finished, bo recorded
and take tho exact chance in the competi
tion to wblob it is entitled.
The brieht little woman who has been
the object of so much attention spent
Fundty quietly in her cosv uptown flat.
She saw but few callers, though sho sat
for her photograph in tho morning. Her
rcoms wero redolent with the ncont of
flowers. Bouquets. bakots, wreaths
every chair, tablo and window was filled
"Kind friends began to give them to
me nt bnn Francisco," she said, " and I
received tbem at almost evory point along
tho route. In the rush and crush I lost a
great ninny of them, and tbe accompany.
mi; cards from n great many more. I am
very sorry for that."
She chatted gayly of hor trip. She did
1 not look tired or worn in the least. She
I looks heavier than when she went awav.
I and in evory way shows that her rapid
1 changes of sccno and air havo agreed with
I ' It seems good to get back to Now
I York," she chirped, "still my joumoy
1 was a. pleasant one from beginning to
Jjfl end, and I am almost Borry It is over. I
enjoyed every day of it. I had no idea 1
should meet with such a leccptlon. A
big crowd greeted mo whon I landed,
W, with a bnnd of music, and they kept it up
l all across tbe continent till I reached The
K Would office I didn't like it nt first, but
H I became used to it, and soon did not care
H for baing stared at.
m " My pot monkey docsnot take kindly to
JH life in a fiat. Ho smashed pretty nearly
IB everything in tho kitchen thin morning.
H You nee, he gets tired of staying in his
K cage all tbe time, and I let lilm out
occasionally to rest him. This tuorniug
H 1 let him out. and the little rascal did a
f great deal of mischief. He broke all tbe
JHj plates, cups and saucers bo could find,
JM nnd beioro I could get him back into the
M cage be bad smnshed pretty near overy-
H thing breakable in the kitcnon. I am
HL afraid I shall have toghuhim to tho ine-
H miaerle in Central Park,"
H Kellio did not bear of tho guessing con-
Jl test till she arrived at Yokohama. Then
H eho found copies of 'Inn World, aud
H some of the friends the met there sent
H guesses by the satno ship on whioh she
K came herself.
IH Showers of telegrapbio messages of
H congratulation have been received.
H Chief among these was one from M. Jules
(BVcrue, which reads as follows:
Kr Auiehs Jn. 35. I naer doubted the
sneceas of Nellto Illy. tihe lias prmed Her
JH intrepidity snd courage. Hurrah for liei
JHarnt for tho director of The World.
Uurrah ! Hurran I Jules Vkunl.
m Others who wired messages of eougrat.
fH ulatiou were Cousul.Genernl John 0.
New, at London : Iter. Dr. Talmsse, on
m the point of sailing from Liverpool; I'rof.
B Virchow, President of the AntbrnpolocL
H cal Society, Berlin i IJarou Von Iticbtzo.
B fen, President of the Berlin Geographi.
B cnl Society; the editor of the Figaro.
BS Paris, and scores of others. Tho Iron
BV City Company, of Iron City. Teuu. , send '
Miss lily a deed to a town lot in that city.
H PACIFIC RAILWAY BLOCKADES.
K& Hopeless Condition of Affairs Yet
H on Eho Southern Pacific,
B firtCHt TO Till SVSSISO WORLD. I
H Fortlavd, Ore.. Jan. 97. The eltuatlon
ftf the Southern P-cifio Ilailnay is hopeless
Bs thi molt virulent enemy of tho Company
BA despatch from Bopt. Orant Itidle) says
Hlie south bound passenger train of the 23d
Hiiat. reached West Fork, but after fort).
Ulit bourn hard work the trum had to he I
Htft tbere,theeuRiuesaiidmii going sontli.
Mkihcre uru about half a dizen lanililldm
BSmjfiwrru Went Fork and Ashland, and the
KViw is flie teet deep,
rmWreleursphlu commuulcstiou has been in-fH-rupted
(or a week.
'IIiicii bents of the bridge at poetirg
HkTe been carried out, slid other similar w.
iKirreiiors are apprehcuded.
UntUe Union t'aciilr. local trains aro
Miimiuir. Superintendent U. W. Joliniton
P a ijiroagh train will arrive to-niirht.
lilie Nortlieru l'acjrio trains are all run
.'I'K. but are iecral hours late. .
m'kt ,Copvs, 11. a. Jan. ST. -The
Hauadian l'tclrto through train are srrlw
Bi ami departing nharp ou tune daily. i
ffHtiiN lA.v(.iBco, Jan. U7, 'llio tirstrner- ,
wnl mill by the Central I'lnirio torrleuu ,
n arrived e.terda sfltmoou.
CENDIARY TELEPHONE WIRE''
B-e Startod in a Box at Stowtirt'e
John JBtreet Cafo.
Blcw tension 'JOO-olt teUudione wire in I
wttt's iifi-. 4 end 0 John street, set firo '
Bhii telephone box tdai.
ae excihment was caused intheoafe, j
Kthe Hie a : ujuLUetl lc.'o"i-j xbj
BOUND DOB 80IHl0SHED.
Young Wallace HacFariaod Met His
Death While Skating.
Kvldcnco of Ills Dog's Heroic Efforts
to Rescue Htm.
From tho moment that ono steps oft" the
Htaten Island ltapid 1 rnualt enr nt Arro
char station to day ono fuels that ho is in
an atmosphero of sorrow.
l'oiiceuian Jnmcn Fitzpntrick, when
asked for directions to Arrochar Park,
tho oststo of Lawyer William Wnllnto
MacFarlnnd, of lioardman, Tracy, Jtnc
Farlando, I'iatt, ghes it in a subdued
Pausing up the winding gravel roads,
with tho dcecrtcd pavilions nnd cottages,
merry-go-rounds and hotels of Smith
ltcsch behind and tho Oothlo brick man
sion of tho MacFnrlauds bofore, ou tho
hlghost eminence of tho ninety-eight
aires, an Kvenivo Would ropoilor tu
tored Arrochar Park to-day.
As ho nenred the green-houses bo beard
henrf-rouding sobs.coming from tho tool
houso connected with tho conservatory,
and through an open window ho nnw a
girlish form, with disordered bronn hair,
kncoling over tho body of n great St.
"Oh. Bob I Boh! Poor Wallace! Poor
It was tho voice of agony, and Patrick
Whceliban, tho old stableman, wipod
tears from his oyes as he snid to tho ro
porter: "It is Miss Elbe, poor child! I think
her heart will break sinco Wallnco was
Lying in a plain dark casket, in tho
manfrfnn rm ihn knnll In thn llfalnKn
form of manly joung William Wal
lace MacFarlaud, the llfo aud tho
loved of Arrochar Fork, and ou
tho floor abovo his father, tho
accomplished and successful lawyer, is
prustrated and agonized with tho scatter
ing of ids greatest hopes, his most cbor
iubod plans, whilo tbo mother, suffering
with an intenso though quieter grief,
tries bravely to coralort him.
Tho fair-faced, browu.bairod lad
whose body lies below stairs, left tho
houso Saturday at 11 in tho morning ni er
to return again nlho With his sknte-.uud
"Bob,"the nobioSt.Berunrd that had been
bis playmate aud fctanch friend elnco tho
boy was a child and tho dog a puppy,
Wallace Macl'arland sot out for a small
pond just beyond a little Hbo of ground
on his father's park.
lie did not return to lnnch, and tho
afternoon wore on without his coming.
Topsy, tho chestnut pouy that had
borno him on a thousand ridos and won
known all over Btaten Island, aud was
growing old and babyish, whinnied com
plainingly in her stall; for her master
was not in tbe habit of neglecting her so
Dinner was on tho tablo. but thero was
no oeoupant for ono chair, and mother
and 81ster Effie wero nervous and anxious.
'I hey could not eat, and finally the house
hold was aroused.
It was learned that Wallace had gone
akntiug, and old Wbeel'ban aud his eons,
Patrick and William, the coachmen, set
out to teanh for the lad. lie was not ou
tho Uttlo pond, though thero were marks
of his skules there and the tracks of tho
ht. Bernard. A man uaid he saw boy nnd
dog going towards Brady's pond, a niilo
to tbe west.
It was very dark, but the hunters, re
inforced by other eniployeon of the Park
continued their search ail night long.
At b o'clock in the morning oue ol them
found Wallace's hat and a glove ou the
ito of tho Four Arro uond, and tben a
break in tbe ice was vienod askance.
Policeman Fitzpittrick uuil a ixwso of
citifns arrived a httlo Inter, but tho '
Whielihans refused to abandon the '
Rturoh to them. i
Grapplersand ice-hooks were obtained,
ncd tbo bo.tom ol tbe pond was dragged, i
Trustoo JIrih aud l'olicemau Burner at
testing. Tho ice was loss than two inches
thick, aud wuh broken by tbe men so on
to admit of tuo working of a boat.
After six hours of unremitting labor
the grappling party raised aomethiug to
tba surface, ft was the Dody of the
faithful dog. Bob. aud a little laUr the
body of tbo lad whs tukeu from
the wider. His remaining glove and his
clothiu" was tarn in places, saoniug
whtrolloh bad seized his young master
iu his efforts to retcnu him.
Ily this timo fully one hundred resi
dents of Stateu Island had gathered at
the poud, aud there vuh grief in cvrry
lieurt, for tho lad and tils pouy aud dog
were known to every oue in ltichtnoud
Standing thero by tho lake of deuth
they could sco in fancy the struggle for
life. How the hoy went through tbe icu,
was seized by the faithful dog; was drawn
tuthe edgo of the ice; how he placed
bis arms ou the trea hcroua frozen lilui,
and bovt it broke Lguiu and again under
the combined weight until the noble Bob
was precipitated mto the icy water, and
thtu huw they sank together to d uth.
'ilia Ik) Jy of tho lad was gently taken
up and convened to tho debolatod home,
where tbo obsequies, attended only by
the members of the family, occur at S. JO
this afternoon, ltev, Dr John 0. Eggles.
ton. of ht. John's Episcopal Cbnrch,
Clifton, where the family worthipped,
Icry employee of the big Park was
puiul) a mourner to day, and the bearers
who follow the body to tha grae in tho
Moravian Cemetery are old Patrick
Wheeliban nnd his souu. James aud
William, WilliaTi Bennett, the lodge,
keeper; John O'Neill, a laborer, and
l'olicemau James Fitzpntrick.
Young JlacFerlsnd was fourteen yearn
old last wceh. Huunsn uiuuly lad, und
the onuses: child of hia purcuts. Ho
was preparing lit Franc's Urisslrr's school
in Host Foitv.uinth street for entrance
to Columbia College, die had planned to
become a lawyer, and gave promise ot
much strength of iheracttr and mind.
One of his sisters ruarniil Prof Driss
ler, bnt Is now dead, Anotber is Mrs
Frank Lord, of Lord & Auhtiu. and
Muother Mrs. Hettio Furuews. Miss Erile.
t.ie nearest to Wallace in age, was his
lmorite lomj auiou and the uifectioii be
tween iho twi wis remarkuble. A broiler,
Itichurd Mael'arlund, tunnel.
liwudruu of tee resident of h'taten
Island called 1 1 tho housu to-diy, and
litters ot tndolencs liatebeenreceiM.il
from hundreds of otliein. .
'1 he forLi of the faithful Bob will lie
preferred by n taxidermist. He was a'
noble siwcimcn of the bt, Bernards,
about fl j ears old. lie neighed inoro i
than 150 pounds, aud an offer of $500 wa
refused for him recently.
YOOSOlgUlUCS "il'Mf LtCOMtCE PlLlXTS
(! ailUutlt ! tu.ors IUot. All UluuUtl. '. ,
LOUHSBERY'S STEAlT$48, 000
- -, -
Conference Between Postmaster Van
Cott and lll0h U. S. Officials.
Jekjll nnd llytlo Kxlstcnce of the
Tho Post-Oulco sulliorilics are (dill in a
statu of nervous cicitoiuent over tho dc.
falcalion of Georgo II. Ijounsbery, tho
Thero wns a long couferenco this morn
ing botwecu Postmaster Van Cott, In.
spector Whoolor, Acting Cashier Wood,
Commissioner Shields nud Assistaut Dls.
The I'ostmaslcr doclined In ray nftor
wnrds what dlsrovcricn had been mado In
the courso of the investigation, although
ha admitted that tho shortage was larger
than ho had at first been led to believe.
1'iom other source it was learned that
tho inventory of all tho postago stumps in
the offlco had bcon complotod and that it
showed that stamps to tho value of $18,S02
were misoing, which, together with tho
cash deficit, will bring tho total amount
of Louusbery's stealings to $17,000.
In addition to this tho sum of 90C0,
which has been contributed to tho Pear
sou Monument I'und. of which Louus
bcrv was tho custodian, is missing.
Postmaster Van Colt expects to com.
pleto his investigations to-day. w hen ho
says he will prepare a statement showing
the amount of tho defalcation to a penny.
There has been some talk of the bonds,
men resisting the i nyment of tho claim
which Postmas'er Van Cott has against
them, but this Idea is ridiculed by the
Thev say that tho bond was a special
Ironclad obligation, which Postmaster
Van Cott compelled his cashier, ussistsnt
cashier nnd tho cnshlei of tho money,
order department to ghewhen ho took
tho office. There Is no chance that they
The cnuhfor's safe, which was sealed up
last Friday, has not been opened since.
It was thoroughly ransackod at that time
and every nook, cranny and compartment
Axistnnt Postmastor Morgan said this
morning that the inner coiupsrtmeut. iu
which the friends of Lounshcry have as
serted a largo sum of money and valuables
would be found when opened, was ao
tuallv opon wben tho safe was first
All that it contained was a few Now
Year's cards. Thero was not a cent of
money in it. A box containing some
Jewelry belonging to his flrat wife, which
Louushary kept there, had been removed
by him the night provious, wben ho left
tbo offlco for the last time.
This explodes tho fanciful story which
has been iu circulation ever sinco the
suicide of Loumiuen.
What Lounsbery did with the money is
as muoh a mystery as ever, and It is sug
crsted by those who know something of
hit habits of recent data that he liad for
a considerable time past been leading a
aort of Jekyli and Hvtle existence, and
that if the renl foots could bo ascertained
tbey would make a thrilling romance.
It ia still claimed by tho Post-Offico
authorities that they do not ruspect any
ono in tho oflWo of impliratleu in Louns.
hery's crime, hut thoy bolieve tbst he bad
outside nccomullci s. Chief Inspector
Wheeler ir on the alert, and is laid to bo
working up soseral clues.
TWO YEARS FOR LIZZIE.
A Younar Qlrl Ooes to the Peniten
tiary for Passing Counterfolts.
Lizzie Spears, the flftcen-ysir.old cirl
who was arrested for pasainu counterfeit
silver dollars ou Harlem storekeeper?, was
to-day senteucod by Judco Benedict, in tho
United States Circuit Court, toto jeara
imprisonment in the Monroe County Peni
tentiary. Lizzie cried liitturlr when she heard her
sentence, and herunclo and aunt, Mr. anil
Mrs. McMilicii, tried in sain toeousolo hci.
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linOEN SUCCEEDS (1ELL.
Mayor Gbapln Appoints Him Police
Other Importntit Appointments by
tho Ilroohlyn Kxeiutlvc.
Mayor Clmpin, of llrooklyn, this morn
ini tundn the follovi lug appointments:
(.'apt. Hr.vnr H, llAvnxv, l'olloo Com.
mlssioncr in placo of Jnincs 1). Doll.
John Gmrriv, reappointed Health Coin.
John Ewmi", reappointed I'iro Commls.
John C. McOumr, reappointed Itcg.
JAsprn Munnir, oppoinlcd uiembnrof
tho Hoard of Education, in placo of John
John Schi iemann and Joiw V. CiiuLi.
reappointed Excise Comiuisciouors.
Capt. Henry I. I lay den, who succeeds
James D. lioll as Pollco Commissioner, is
niuan of about fifty years nud but littlo
kuou n iu Brooklyn politics.
lie has lived In Itrooklj 11 for twenty,
five years, nnd is iu tho sailmaking busi.
nosn nt 107 Koutii stroot, this 1 ily.
Ho Mil ved through the unr 111 the inn.
riuo sersice, and was with Admiral Far
racut nt the tnldnc nf Now Orlcsns.
lie derios his title ol Ceptuln from
huviug for a short timo romtnnnded 11
company of the Sovcnlh Ken York Vol.
Muvor Cbapin nppoiutod lilm P,irk
ComniiHsioncr last July, Ho is a warm
perkonsl friend of tho Mnjor. their so
lualntanco cxteudiug over a period of
Capt. liiijilcn lives at Mo Frankllu
'Iho failure of Commissioner Bell to re.
celve tho reappointment caused a great
sensation ainnng bis friends, who were
oangiiino ot his viotory.
Particularly is this the cano among the
district lenders, who, with nun exception
wero unanimous in Ucmnndiug his re
appointment. Among all the candidates for the offlco
Bell's chances wore said to be tbo bright
est, and no ono for u moment looked for
a dark horse in tho rate, suoh as Capt.
Hnvden provod to be.
His appointment, thoreforo. brought
roustornution to the ranks of political
heelers, and while Capt. Hnwlnu is ao
kuon lodged to he a man of ability, such
as will fit him for the o3co, his appoint.
meat is the cause of much dissatisfaction
In the ranks of politiaiaus.
WHY SHE HINTS II DIVORCE.
Evidence That Capt Frank Harrison
Is a Yery Hanghly Man.
Evidence was to-day given beforo Judge
Lawrence and a Jury, in tbe Hucreme Court,
in the suit of Mr. Nollle Harriion against
her husband, Capt. Frank Hsrrison. of the
Tbtrtomth Regiment, of Brooklyn, for ab
Home timo ago Mrs. Harrison instituted
dirorco proceedings against her husband.
In her petition Mrs. Harrison charges her
husband with the statutory oReuse, tho 10
respotxlent being a young girl named
Lniiiso Foreman, with whom it Is said he had
been on unduly Intimate teims since 1HH0,
and by whom he is alleged to base had three
Mrs. Harrison did not discover her hus
band s iu fidelity till last February.
Cspt. Harrison has broiiuht couutcr
cbsrgcs against his wife, alleging acts of
infidelity with a nnmber of persons and at
various places, vhlch are specified in his
1 lie csmo has been pendlnr for some time
In tliaHiccUllerni, and to-day it came up
before a jury tntletcrmlno certsiu questions
of fact that hare arisen.
wltnees were examined. Including
Loulao Foreman and hei two brothel,
showing that Harrison bad been intimate
with tbe girl for several years, aud Had ad.
inlttod that he was tho father nf her three
children, oni of wbum is now firing snd is
nsraed Frank Harrison. Ineie facts were
not dlpilted by the dofemr.
Duriiic the afternoon a number of wit.
mures were eismined to sliow tho truth of
the cnunter-clisri.'(.s made by Capt. Hit
rioui ugainst hi wife Boneuf the men
with whom she Is alleged to lnu bee 11 inn
unto nrw John 1. Hatch, hat Its F.
NUlllng. Cmert I) Itennett, slian Hollo.
vntse, and Julius KiucLe, a NtwBochelle
Tlie-plaintifT was in court with hor mother.
Hlie Is a Htnti ly blonde, of tine proportions.
Capt. Hairisou was not present.
MET DEATH AT THE DOOR.
William Kllllnger'a Corp so Found In
an Uptown Vestibulj.
A man who, hi papers iu hii pockets was
identified as William Killingrr, a ca rpaiiter,
of 130 Ht. Marks 1'lac-, wss found dead
in the vestibule of the Ltauola flats, 30.'
Wist Forty-uiuth street, at ,1 nrlock this
morning. Hesttbott upright against the
llitre was no msrk of tiolrnes upon his
body, neither liai he been rnblt-d. Ills
ws till was in hfupookHt.and his sold collar,
button aiidiluctr.riiig were uiitonclie L
A notice in 111. pooktt from l.ndg So.
40H, 1 O. O. F., tore tbe mine of Si-tn-tary
Henry Willi, of r.:u We.t lort'.ev.
enth street, and Jir Willis was teLt fur. He
counleto I the Ideiitlfleat on.
, hillinger wan trnuhlfil with heart Iloee".
1 HU wife raid tl at Iw went up In the uiiiti.
borlioiH where lie vra found iii ulcht to
iil a iriend. Ilo w a lumber of tie
Hchutueubuud and a Freeruaion.
BOSTON SAILORS DROWNED.
Three of the a, O. Kelly's Crew Lost
Urgent, to rue ltzsiiu wuslu.i
Htllirix, N. H..Jsu. '.'7, Tho srhnourr
(I.C Kelly, froi.i liostou, went ashore at
'iiirVtt 'this icorinng Three of her crew I
Hie Allan oleaiutr 1'ruuian ka urrivid,
" Prince and Paupar" Arguments, j
Cuiicludlng argnnienu upon FlwardH
Ileum . application for an iiijuuu , n to re-,
strain IJaintl I robin ju. tfanuel I. Llemvns
Mark Twaiu snd Mrs. A bl) r-aLe Hub- 1
ardsou from producing "TLe l'rnieo aud '
1'aiiiier.' were n ad) tula morning befoie i
Judge Daly, iu tbe Court of Common Fleas. 1 1
Mr. 'I waiu denies that he ever authorized I
IIou.es dramatisation and counrel weic 1
o'lim until nt ik to submit unefs. 1
BIG FETE JACKSON III TOWN.
The Colored Cbamplon Pugilist Ar
rives on tbe Adriatic.
Says He Won't l-'lght SullUan Under
London Prize Kins Holes.
The Wlnto Star liner Adrmlic arrived at
hor pier nt tliu foot of Clirietoplirr street,
North lthir, shortly beforo 10 o'clock
Couspiiiuius a'noug lior passengers
towered tho tall, nthlet'o form of Peter
Jackson, Iho colorod Australian heavy,
weight champion. Ilo wuh surrounded
bv his friends and he seemed to bo Iu tho
bast of humor nud sp'rils.
An Uvlmso Wonm reporter greeted
him almost bofore tho gangway had been
laid, nnd Peter rxprtssad hiraiclf an
plens'd to return to this country.
He was dressed iu a cloio-llttlng tuit of
Hcolch tweed that showed off his athletic
ilguro to perfect Inn. Patent leather
shoos, a enuare crown Knglish dcry an 1
a rough pea jickct completed hlsattiro.
He looked remarkably well, and in
reply to n ijiicstion wild that although tbo
weathor was very rough coming across,
ho novcr felt bettor iu his life. .
" I buppobo you'vo heard all about bill
lisan's itocliuin' tho off or of tho Call,
foruii Atholic Club to fight you for a
purse of 15,(X)0?" nuked the reporter.
"Yes, but that doe! not worry me,"
bo niodostly replied. " I have not
MY by t ' I egau tho reporter,
' You understand I havo a contract
with the Club," ho wont on, quickly,
" that requires mo to meet all comers.
Any nrraiaomont tho Club may mako
" Yon aro willing to raise the stokee?"
inquired the reporter.
U makesuo difforeuco to mo," Jack,
son replied. "I nm willing to go us
higli as Bullivau. so far as I am con
cerned. I am porfectly willing to meet
him iu a finish fight, tha gloves to be
mutually ngrcod upon, bnforo tho Call
fornia Athlotlo Club for a purse of HS IIUO
or more. 'Hint is inv position. Hut I
will not fight under London prize-ring
" Why not?" queried tho roporter.
"Well," ho said grimly. "I wouldn't
caro to bo dragged to Mississippi, and I
always steer an closr of policemen as
possible. Whatever tbo Club says suits
Jackson was met by a delegation from
the Uninuo Club, a prominent colored
organization in this city, who welcomed
him in warm stylo.
He was accompanied by "Parson"
Dnvies, his baoker, who met him at Quar.
autine; bam Fitzpntrick, his trainer, and
llo was very popular on tbo trip over,
and the passengers took a wonderful
liking to the colored champion.
This morning they drew up tho follow
ing testimonial and presented it to biiut
Haw Yons lUnnoR, Jan. go, 1800.
JV.r JarkfoH, tii t
We, the nnderalRned, cabin passengers
per Bteamibip Adriatic, from Liver
pool to hew York, desiro. at the
termination of the trip, to convey
to nn our tbnruugh appreciation of
our modest, gentlemanly deportment whllo
crossing the Atlautio iu our company. We
beK toassurojou of our earnest wishes for
jour future lucccm in your prnfesnlon. and
wo have otorv (onfk)euco that your uniform
courtesy and moifrst bearing will be at ail
times a passport furjou into tbo society of
W'e, tho underaisned, esblti passengerf.
have gnat pleasure in prrssntine to you this
slight testimonial of our appreciation;
D. II. rlaiton, P. 11. Lauiallct. CoUOenrire
II. Corey, William tt. Davidson. 11. it. Will,
lams. W. B. Miarles. Capt. " Welsh "Ilegi.
raont; A.P. Hlneld. l'.W. Ilullard. J. Craig.
Jr. ; Col. A. lb Liiidemau, James H. llnliertsou,
II. K. Clifford Kemp. Fie I W', llncit, H.
Horace Keinpuer, M, U.tC E. Williams,
flodnlphln lleeisien, W. A. Cleaver, Aleak
K. liill. I. F- llree, liharhs Feterseu. (1 W.
Denny, It. M Whitney. Dr. James Hewitt,
J. White. D. W. Way. John IU Palmar. F.
Henuison, CI ill Itobtnion and James Mack,
Jnrksou was almost overcome by this
kindness, and could nuly murmur his
thanks. Accompanied by his friends he
took a carriage for the Amoricsn House,
corner of Thirteenth street and Fourth
avenue, where be will stay while in the
'Ibis afternoon Jackson will be tendered
a reception at tbe i'olice Oate'fe office aud
will then liaie for n llruokljn theatre,
wbero lie will spar with Jack Ashton to.
Ou Wednesday night ho will bo ten.
dered a testimonial in Ilostou, appearing
at the Musio Hall with Ashton.
' is sjsas i. .. .,
SUICIDE IN THE BARRETT.
A Fine IMIng Guest Turns on tbe
Gas and Dies.
George Miller, or O. Williams, a fine,
looking man of fifty. flvo jesrs, a guest at
the Harrett Houso, was found dead at
that botol tbismoiniug
At 10.31 a strong smell of gas was per.
eeived ou tho llnor where the man's room
was situated, and the dior wns broken
opeu by porters Duiunu and I.jon,
Sillier was found ijinj on the bed in
his underclothing, with bis feet on awash.
nnd uejr bv. 1
'I wo cas-lurners in tie rocm were
turned full nn eUdtnlly ou purpose, and
tbe room vim full of gu,
'Iho Miielde put up at th Harrett
Hoiue three di) s ago ami registered hs
Ilo had previously been a guest at the
AUeu Home. 1M1 Hnuduay.
Iu bis pod ets were found papers ail.
dressed ucorge Miller, which is telle) ed !
to lie bis right name. I
He bad a commutation ticket from '
Mount tetnou, u silver watch, ffi.li iu j
rash, a aeal.riug, eight ke)s and one gold '
His uudcrclothins was marked ' M "
DROPPED DEAD IN COURT. '
Lawyer Palmer Expires of Heart '
Disease While Speakinc I '
Lawcr Juatus l'aln'cr. atod sist 1
Viars. while iu the act of argnint a
luolion for the rearirumeut of a tin) :
in the City Court of Urooklrn, before Judse
Clenieuts, shortly after ll o'clock this 1 ;
lurenoiii. suddenli dropped dead, causing I
a profound (in.itlmi an I no little eiclte -luiul
among those u were pimLl, .
DON'T DEL AY ABOUT PUTTIHG IN THAT $iO,000,000TOO MUCH DEPENDS ON IT
FIVE XILLED IN THE WRECK.
Smasbop Followed by Fire on tbe
Isricisr. m inx rvxsisn wont.r.1
InpisNai olis, Jan. 27, Tho through
passenger train, Nu. l,on tho Monon road
from Chicago, was wrecked at a trostlo
over Wilkinson's Creek nt Csrrool, a
village eleven miles nbrlh of Indianapolis,
Tha wreck took fire, several trainmen
and passengers were killed outright, or
burnod to death,
M. K. Ingalls, Presldont of the Big
Four, is among tho injured.
Mrs. Kmuiwiia, Droadlllpplo.Ind., burned.
Two children of D. 8. Hob an, of Sheridan,
An unknown man died soon after being
Mrs. Lizric PmrATrucK, of InJIauapolls,
missing and eupposed to have been burned.
The injurod :
M.E. iKnaixs Freddeut of the Big Four,
Injured about the head and arms.
Engineer ticuorr, irrionslr hurt.
Jdlics 1'LAnsox, of Bheridau, seriously
AnCunkr, of Weatnehl. travelling man.
hnrtin tho forehead.
Fxpross Messenger Mcnnrn. badly hurt.
FOREIGN NEWS BY GABLE.
Tbirly Hen Drowned In a Wreck at
nvrirUTOTBcrssssMaws Assoeuvioi I
Lokpok, Jan. ST. Tbe Loch Mordart has
been wrecked at Callandzoog. Holland.
Thirty of her crow wero drowned.
The tost rhlp left Paraguay Nov. ',', bound
bho nas a Ilritish boat, commanded by
Five of tbe Ilritish ship Janet Cowan's
crew were also lost off the Isle of Wight.
A Crazy Countess's Freak.
ncNLr risLx kiws irsciiL.
Viesm, Jan. "". The Countess harolta,
a member of tbe umltnt.e nu'ilrtir. and a
prominent figure In court circles, who
caused a (filiation not long ago by wooing
a prett) girl, tbe daughter of a citizen, aud
going tli rough the form of marriage with
her while disi uised as a man, has been con
signed by her relatives to a lunatic asylum.
They base also written to tbo Pope,
besglnK that be Mill erant an absolution,
and not allow the blot to remain on tne
Baron Kaaa Badly Hurt.
(nisLaf casts saws newt. I
VlKKX. Jan. '.'7. -lUrnn Ivor Ksas, a
member of the Hungarian Parliament from
I'e.tb and a leader of the Moderate Opposi
tion, fell in the street to-day, producing con. 1
I unssinn of the brain. Ho now lies iu a
1 critical condition.
llaronhaaaia an eminent writer nu poll.
tlc, and Is buhly esteemed by tbo Em
peror. The Dockers' President Arrested. ,
1st cautsTovas rsisisiws no utiok.i j
IxMiot, Jan. V7. Tom Mann. I'l.'tident
of the Dockers Union, nas arreted to-da
at lis) s wharf, rti the charge of dliniderly I
conduct. His 1 1 111 is let tur to-uiurroir, '
Georiro Augustus Bala Married.
lt)lLc HULK ilwa srr. Itll
IxiMxiN, Jan. '4T. lbs wilULnonn jour
nalist, (leoige AUL'iutus hala. wsnuirrid
011 Saturday to llesne Hlaniiard, a sittr-iu-law
nf Mrs htanuard (Joint Mtraugo W Intel .
author of " llootles's Uaby.
NEW RAILWAY INCORPORATED.
firicmt t.iiBinuKi neai
Aiiji.n). Jan. -." -The North IlurdAte
liue and Hettwiul Paik I'ailrnad t I ti
lls v inenriHirated
I li" road it to run from 1 at Out lluiuiied
and TuiiiO'iiinth slrrtt, .Ni utU, alunu
'1 hi nl atcune, nei McrUni ItnKr .I'miaC
Morn. aiiuiK, l.i.l ltaurnad meiiin. hast
One lltiiiliftl and 1 ifD-ciytuli ilml
'Iurriaeuut to tlua lluiiilr.'il sml bulr
filth street, a distance of one aud nine
tenth of a mile
The capital is flOO.OUO, diriJul into
J. O00 shares
The diieitora. Ldiu J. Hart. David E.
lUUeock. Matthew Ik Wjukoop. J Lewis
Kuck. el Nsa oik 1 nomas II. Couourof
I.ei-oy ( iiy Krul 11 t arum, of Hirer huge, 1
h J. , J. J, IMUib c, of ilontclair. X J. ,
CLEAN STREETS PROMISED.
- m ii 1
Mayor Grant and Heads of Depart
ments Take Action.
A long couferouco was held in the
Mayor's private offlco to-day, which was
attended by Mayor Grant, Commissioner
of HI root Cleaning Loomis, Commissioner
of Publig Works Gilroy.Presidont Wilson
of tbo Hoard of Health, Pollco Suporin.
tendout Murray and Corporation Connect
The subject under discussion was
street-cleaning aud how Commissioner
Loomis can be assistod in his great task
of keeping the streets of this city clean.
A general plan of campaign against
violators of ordinances who Insist on
defiling tho atrocta was formulated and
an appeal to householders to asalst in all
possible ways in lightening tbe burden of
tbe htroet Commissioner wni prepared.
It was also decldod to recommend tho
paago by the Legislature of Senator
Cantor's bill which provides for a codifi
cation of tho city ordinances.
fitreet Commissioner Xoomls still ad
heres to his original proposition that the
contract system must be re-established if
tho streets are to bo properly cleaned.
The Central Labor Union has taken
issue with tho new Commissioner on this
proposition nnd have requested bim to
continue cleaning the stroets by day labor
and to employ only citizens on the work.
When this actiou of the labor ormuiiza
tions was brought to the attention of
Commissioner Loomis to-day, bo re.
"This is all very well, but it doesn't
appear that the Central Labor Uulou has
mado auy provision for furnishing mo
with the extra amount of money 1 should
reiiuire to do tho work as they would Iiko
to have it doue "
Tho Commissioner has introduced the
Kuropeau sjstom of cleaning on tbo
aiphalt pavement of Chambers street and
ou Park avenue between Thirty. fourth
und Fortieth streets. Men are con.
stautly at w oik on those streets gathering
the dirt as fast as it aucuuulalss.
The owners of properly ou that portiou
of Madisou uveuuo which is similarly
paved have adopted the same system,
aud tbo result is that the asphalt paved
streets are kept very clean.
Deputy Commissioner Hagsn was on
duty bright and earlv this morning.
lie scouted tbo idea that ho had been
plaied iu that poMliou si in pi v to look
after the political lutoreats of Tammany
Hall in the matter of nppointraeuts iu tbe
Uepirtment. and said:
"Tauiinauy Hall has a great issne to
meet in this matter of atrtet-cleaniug
aud it isn't going to jeopardize it for a
small matter ot patronage. It has under,
takeu to ghe the tity clean streets, and
that is all it is inteut on doing iu this
FORK PRONGS IN HIS HEAD.
Quarrel Over a Growler Which May
John P. Harrington is lying in a serious
condition at tho Chambers Htrcet Hoapital
with the prougsof a folk buried In his head.
Harrington occupies apartmeuta in tho
big tenement at No, 4 1 James street. Lant
iiik'ht Gary tiiuitb, who lives In tbe same
building, and Harrington quarrelled over a
can of iwer. and hmilli took a table-fork
aud slabbed Harrington iu the head with it.
J lie handle was broken clean oft and the
proui.' n man ed eniheddoi In bis head.
riinitli was arrested aud Harrington sent
tit the hospital lioth men are porters in
At the Tivnbi 1'olico Court this morning
hm'th was In Id to Twult the result of liar.
BIG FIRE IN A NAVY YARD.
Uncle Barn's Works at Portsmouth
Feeding a Blaze,
nrrciiL to tea avaxcto wnito.1
PoaTsvocTii, N, If,, Jan. UT.-Adestroc.
live rlie is iu piogrcs at trie Naty Yard,
across the tntr.
It rauuot be secu here on account of a
1 la 1'ugiueer of the Portsmouth F ro He
pa'tmeut statis that the savndll and iron
plsniux shop at tbo yard wrre on flro when
aid Mas tuuimoutd from hsic.
utluntc further has hteu learned-
Lester B 'Faulkner Dead
Urr-MiL to Ttic vi.!fiu vn.au, 1
Cihast-iOA, N. Y.. Jau 27. Gen. t
Lester . Faulkner died at 8.30 o'clock
this morning. The funeral will take1
place at HmsTiUe on Thursday.
LAST EMI 1
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EIGHT TEARS A FUGITIVE. M
Burglar Hlskcll in Custody for Kill- :JH
lng Policeman Bnrnham. l9
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Itun Down by Detectives for nMur "'r
dor Committed In 1881. 4H
Thomas Miskoll, an ex-convict and H
hurglnr, for whom tho detectives haTe H
hoeu scouring tho land eight long yean,
is locked tip at Polica Headquarters at JH
Hoiscliargcd with having had a hand V
In tho iuurdor of Policoman Burnham In 'JjH
Lanslngburg, N. Y., in 1881. JlH
Miskoll was ono of tho gang who WM ,B
surpritcd cracking a info in that town by 'a
a policemnu. In tho fight that ensued 'jH
Hurnham wns shot doad. -!
Nothlug was known of tho tragedy until H
tho next morning, when ihe policeman's -J
corpso was found in the alley. Ily that vH
timo tho gang was mauy miles away. al
Miskoll, Kit Carson and Tim Connors m
all well-known Now York thieves, formed
a partnership for out-of-town operations ralfl
about tho time of tho appoarsnee of In- sH
spector Byrnes on the tceuo as chief of 1 J
the detective force and his breaking up
of tho band that robbod Ihe Manhattan H
Hank was scattering consternation among , uiiflH
tho "crooks" in tho city. The trio .H
robbed the safe of tho Walter A. Wood JjH
Mowing.Machine Company In Trov and H
fell into tho bands of tho police up there.
Minkcll nud Carson wero sent lo Clinton '0
Prison for fivo years, but got out in 1861 H
and immediately went to work again at 1
their old trade. ' fH
Connors having disappeorod, they H
formed a new copartnership with ' Al- ,Ji
bany Mickey" and John Sweeney, both, JH
thioves of their own calibre, and under. '31
took tho Lausingburg job. Sweeney was)
ou guard outsldo whilo tho others wero TB
breaking up the safo, and ho ran away isH
beioro tho battle with the policeman H
Officer Hurnham bad heard his warning v)
whistle, aud went through an alley to fH
catch the thieves in tho rear. lie vu JH
found in tho alley the next morning with HH
a pistol bullet in his heart. JH
The gang was next heard of breaking a fll
safe in Jackson, Miob. They made a els i-H
haul, but wero arrested af ter.o, whiht and ., ..H
sent to prison for seven years. Sweeney, fB
whaworo tho stripes under the name of g
Sevmour, fell very ill. and on his death-. -itj
bed enufessed tho murder. A Troypo- .tidH
llceman was sent for, to whom he re- 2hH
lieuted his confession In detail, naming m
his f el lo w.couspirators beforo be died. ' i
"Albany Miikey" denied the truth ot , yH
tho stcry. When lie was released hews J Jl
arrested again aud taken to Troy, where llH
be now is awaiting trial. JaH
Kvery effort had been made daring all k fjl
thia time by Inspector Hymen's men and M
detectives oil .fiver the country to find JH
Carson and Miskell. As long ns they were H
at large it wss morally certain that tbey ,J
would turn up, committing some equally ftH
desperate crime. ?i
Tho search was unsuccessful until a 4HH
few days ago, when Detectives Adams 3H
and Yallely heard tl tt Miskell was back 4JH
in New York. They act a trap for him ji
aud caught bim Saturdav night on Ninth t
nveuuo. Tbe burglar made a fight for it,
but was easily overawed. 53cl
T'o-dav Miskell will be sent to Lan. 4pH
simibnr? to stand trial for murder with
"Albany Mickey." What has become -'BH
of the fonrth member of their giuig. Kit ..iSH
Carson, the police profess not to know,
NO WARD DECISION TO-DAY. 9
A Crowd of Expectants at the Court- SbH
House Much Disappointed. H
An snxlous crowd of people interested la -!
baseball gathered st 10.30 o'clock this f
morning In the corridors of tbe big Court. 3a
They were there to learn it tbe decision 3
had hocn handed down in the t J
junction suit of tbe Metropolitan Ex. H
hlbition Company, aa tha New York
I eagno liasebaU Club calls itself, against , n
John M. Ward. JB
Hupreme Court Chambers, where the mo. '
lion for the lulunctlon to this end was ar- -i
gued. was packed by baseball players and ".!
Judxe HenrrE. Howland, Ward's leadlns: nH
counsellor, Lawyer Geonro P. Huyaters. ol ai
the plaintiffs counsel, aud clerks from tha H
law office of Evarts. lleaman ChoaU. yH
w ho are alio retained by tbe plaintiffs, wero .i
conspicuous in the throng. i
'1 lie disappointment waa nreat when the l
Clerk, altera brief conference with Jadaa JH
I) llrlrn, said: "Jiodeclalonlntbe JohuSU iiH
Ward baseball init will bo rendered to-day." .H
DESTRUCTIVE FIRES. fH
Crested Butte, Col., and Bunker HllL,
Ind., Burned Out. 1Sa
larsciaL to Taa avxxiaa vosinl 'i
DENtEB, CoL, Jan. ,7. Crested Butt iMi
Bank and Posl.Office were burned hug 'ji
night, Lois S30.000; small Insurance. i
llr.NLEa Hill , Ind., Jan, 27. Thirteen W?i
tores were destroyed by fire yesterday, Ji
fTilslnga lossof SIN, 000, OalyafenbulliU
iu are left ou the business street of the "i
m m R
Led Lady Franklin's Expedition. (fl
lirrcm. to tbe Kvxsnia wnaLn. J9ii
innii lo, Jan. ST. Capt. William Ken. 2H
cedy, who died at Ht. Andrews, Man., HaU if
urilsy, was commander of tbe expeilition 4HH
lilted out in lull h) l.aiiy Franklin to go ''Vi
in itarch of Mr John Franklin, in the Arc 110 ''H
Showors, eiizhtly Colder. timM
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