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I LAST MTMI
I WILL HOT TELL THEIR ILLS.
' OonsuB Men Get Fow Answers to
tho Obnoxious Quorios.
Nearly 400,000 Nnmos Already Ro
corded Tired. Out Knumcrators.
Tho work of taking tho census of thU big
town goes merrily on. Iho stupendous
undertaking of getting down on paier ttio
names and podlgrecs of tho entire popula-
Ition bids fair to bo a grand success, mul tho
Indications aro that by Juno 10 there will
bo bnt a fow strangers, sailors and non
residents who will not have boon subjected
to thn ronltirariou interrogatories of tho
name-hunting young man.
Fully 100 persons wero early at thodoora
of the Censns Oflloc, at l!ir Eighth street,
this morning. Tho stoon was cruwitcd. hut
when tho door swung oven tho crovtd
rushed In, and a loud and unaniiuous ic
quest for blanks and Information fell llko
a shower unon a solitary j outh's attention,
and he raado haste to supplr tho demand.
Mr. Calkins, tho arbitrary and formidahlo
Chairman of tho bureau of information and
of tho distribution of census blanks, arrived
some minutes later.
Mr. Murray, tho Supervisor, was tho next
Important personage to appear, and he, too,
made all possible hasto to his desk and
began tho transaction of tho dav's bushiest.
He was fattltlossly attired, ami his taco
beamed with srullos as ho survej e 1 tho tug
bundles of blanks pertaining to his adminis
tration that tilled tho room.
I The postal cards that cams from tho
enumerators, showing tho work accom
plished yesterday wcro laid nut on tho
tables, and Mr. Calklua managed to llnd uu
opportunity between answering questions
to rouRbly compute tho total of tho popula
tion so far enumerated.
The computation of Monday's work had
been commoted, and tho labor or getting
yesterday's enumerations into shape was
begun. Air. Murray was llko a clam when
asked about tho number of inhabitants who
bad been interviewed by tho vouug nun on
Monday, lie could, or would, clvo no idea:
I cut from other sourcos it wan learned that
pilondsy's work represented 1ST.0U0 cnu
Mnttons. Mr. Murray's lip had becomo scaled hy
i nstruotions from nupt. Porter, who issued
i' his manifesto which, howevor, had not of
Jfiolally reached tho Wnpervtsor when an
I Svatinto Would reporter called this morn
The thirteenth section, of the Censni set of
Uarchi, 1HKU, make,, it a misdemeanor, run
isbable or a fine o( 6tM), for any supervisor or
numerator to communicate, to uny person not
authorised to receive the same any Information
trained by htm In the performance of his duties.
No tabulations whatever of tho returns must
be made by the supervisors, and no rough estl
, mates riven out.
., Tho, newspapers had been tho medlnm
JU throt'h. which the supervisor Bccnred his
AS Instrnettona and he proceeded atoucoto
i carry them into effect.
There was a decided incroaso of work dono
yosterday over that of Monday by the
enumerator. A much laruer hundlo or
postal cards camo through tho mail to tho
tJeusuB olllcc. ami a aupertiolal iiisiieotion of
the reports showed that tho pedlarcoxi of
fully 200, 000 porsons wcro recordedtou
Unclo Ham s blanks.
Tne complaintH against persona refnslnu
tolanswer the viirht objectionable; iiuca
tinns of tho anliedule continued to pour into
the oOlce, and they wcro carefully reenrdod
on special blanks, which will bo ultimately
forwarded to Washington.
Fortunately, no enumerator reported to
Mr. Murray this morning that he had been
waylaid or inado tho object of any citizen's
. wrath in tho rounds of work.
A Four young roon, weary-looking and dis.
i sruntled. with census portfolios In their
m arms, walked into the ufllco shortly alter
u o'clock this morning.
They had come to resign, but when tliey
approached ilr. Calkins, who was busy
r counting postal cards, they were chilled
I and retired to a corner of tho room to av ait
developments. In a few moments the bold
I est lookinir of tho quartet went over to
I Supervisor Murray's chief aido and said:
I "I want to resign. 1 am sick. Iho dnc-
I tor says 1 must, abandon tho work of taking
I census at once, and 1 feel In my bones that
R If I contitruo tho work I will be a coroner's
'I Tho young man's portfolio was taken from
I him. Ins desires vterecommunli.'atcd toChief
h Murray and ho was allowed toco.
A stout, rilddy-facod man. who said he
found taking; census in tho Tonth Assembly
District a pleasant naitime, asked for th
acceptance of his resignation on tin- ground
that his shoe store imperatively needed his
personal attention, llo departed in peace.
"My mother is scrionly ill, out of town,
said a bloud-muatachod youth to ilr.
Calkins, "and I must go to her bedside
without delay.'' lie was told that his
resignation would bo considered.
A fourth young man was called out nf tovt u
to accept a good position. He made a de
cided impression and his reaiguation w as uc
tepted. All the vacancies cansod by the resigna
tions were tilled from the rcsere list.
A youni; colored man, who seemed to
think that cenius-taking was a very ilo.ira
ble occupation, as appoint. 'd an enumer
ator tula morning and unsigned the district
north of 'ihlrty-fourth stiect, south of
itorty.second street and West of '1 enth ave-
fiue. "Hell's Kitchen "formerly nourished
n this locality, but tlie joung man jorfnliy
went on Ins way and said ho was pre area to
meet any oinergeucr.
The most sansuii n expectations are In
dulgedin at the Census OuVenr thesuccess
ful completion of the work within ih'i ire.
scribed time. With the increasing demands
I for blanks and the apparently smooth oper
ation of tho work Supervisor Murray feels
that his labors are belli.' rewarded.
TWO KILLED OUT OF FOUR.
XJgbtnlna-'a Doadly Work During a
. Btorm In Michigan,
R uncial. totb nvrKiKU worlti.1
Q Drraoir. Mich,, June , A Cairo dc.
ipatch says lightning killed two farmers and
prostrated two others in a group of four at
V a farm four miles from that place last night.
: The allalr occurred danuc a terrlilc elec
Jl trio storm.
H JOHNSTON TO BE A GIANT.
Released by Boston (P. L) to Buck
fl Ewinlf'a New York Nine,
m sriciai. to tbs msno wo am
IIostok, Juno 4. A special to the f7(o"e
J says Dick Johnston has bieu released by tho
9 Jlostou (I'. I..) manajement and will sign
m with New York il', U)
Ef , Blattery has a bad Luee and Johnston is to
play in bis place.
f ' Blel Brotbors' Bodies Recovered.
, Tho body of Charles Hiel. one of the bro
thers dtowned In the steam launch Yeada.
' which was ran down by the steamship
Auranla. May ao. was found lu the wator off
I lUroDutlast evrniorfaud identified to-day.
i Tbs body or bit brother was found at r ort
B Wa4iworlnyc(krdajr, I
DID i MUnUEIlEfl GO FREE ?
Hot Blood Eotweeo Assistant District
Attorneys Brings Oat Queer Tales.
Col. Dawson Hints That Judjjo Bed
ford Suppressed KvIUcnoo.
Thore Is a peck of trouble browing In the
Dlstrict-Attornoy's office. That llery orator
and itiipuIsio Sonthron, Col. Andrew II.
II, Davison, ono of Col. l'cllows's assistants,
is on tho warpath, with his metaphorical
l.nlfo whotlod for tho scaln of oi-Judge
Gunning H. Bedford, another of tho soten
Col. Ilawson vows that ho don't propose
to remain Innctivo and sco Injustices and re
flections perpetrated and cast on tho ad
ministration and fair namo of District-Attorney
l'cllows. I'or tho past two j cars ho
has maintained a vigilant scrutiny of tho
affairs of tho ofllcc. and ho is positlvo that
ha has been nn cyo-wilncs of a mostdc
plorabto occurrence, in which Axsistsnt
Diotrict-Attorncy Bedford was implicated in
connection with a recent trial of murder,
Col. Dan Hon Is not alono In poisissiou of
tho vlows ho exprosses recarditig tho con
duct of the trial in question. Deputy Coro
ner Weitnn, wlillo moro diplomatic and gen
tle In tho enunciation of his ideas regardipg
tho caic, maintains a pronounced opinion
on thn same subject
Dr. Wtston made an autopsy on the body
of the murdered man, and he has born won
loring for tevoral days lion ItcamotopaBs
that his valuablo testimony was never heard
by tho jury.
Altogether tho str.cturcs and innuondocs
fulminated by tho tun geutlomcu against
Mr. iluUord aro quite serious, and. unless
tlioy arc backed by poittlto and tangible
laets, Konubody in liablo to get hurt.
Iho origin of .tho trouble Is found in the
trial nf tlerardo Campobasso, au Italian, for
thn murder of lliccf. a fcllow-cnuntiyman,
in his shanty at One Hundred and Hcvonty
llist street and Webster avenue, on the
evening of Ieb. -'. According to ono ver
sion of thn storv, the murdered man had
been playing cards with Ids slayer, when a
dlsputo arose over tho distribution of the
winnings, Illrci succeeded in getting tho
money and lotlrcd to a iota for a short na?.
While liing prostrate C'anipnbaHo crept up
with a formidablo linrnoe. maker's necdlo In
his hand and plunged It several times into
tho breast of his sleeping victim.
Another account on which tho defenso at
tho trial wan based, stated that ltlcclhad
been causing a disturbance in C'ampobaiiso's
shauty.andtho latter pnt him out. ltcturn
ing with along-bladod knifo in his hand,
Iticci triod to gain admittance into the room
for tho alicgod purposo of killing Cauipo
tnsmi, bnt was repelled by tho latter who
stabbed him sovtrul times in the chest with
tho harntss-maker's needle.
Whichever account is true, it is a fact that
Campobssso lied from this city and was sul
sequcntly caught in Houth Brooklyn. Ho
was placed on tiial for murder in the first
dogrco bnforo Judge Fitrgorsld, in I'art I.
of IJoiirral Hessions last week, and was
promptly acquitted on the grouuil of Juf tlti
ablo homicide. Commenting on tho trial
Col. Hanson said to an Eyenino Woblu re-
" It s truo that I have expressed positive
disapprobation of the manner in which
Judge lhdford conducted tho prosecution
of Campobasso. None but tho Kindliest of
liolings have existed between thu gentle
man and myself, but whou the caso came up
for trial Major Htowart, a reputable lawyer,
iiiiormid mo that he had been ictalned to
assist tho prosecution. He asked ino to rc
euro the necessary lormal permission, and
I reforred liim to tho AssUtant District-Attorney
who luid cliarge of tho case. 1 sub
sequently learned from Major htewirt that
ho liad been discourteously rccoivod by
Judge Bedford, who, I am further informed,
sent a letter to tho (trand Jury advising
them that no indictment could be found.
An indictment, how out. was found, and
tbo same "cntloman took control of tho case.
"All this surprised me, and I decided to
hear his opening. It was indeed the most
strangely singular speech that over cms
natod fiom a prosecuting olllcer. and I
mmlo sovere strictures upon It. He told the
jury that the deceased was to blame for Ms
own death, which seems to Increase the ne
cessity of an explanation from Judge Bed-
"i have hoard that tho doctor who msdo
tho autopsy on tho body of tho deceased was
not called. T his is equally surprising, and,
taking thn entire management or the cue
into consideration, it is not at all strauge
that a full explanation is oxpectod from tho
"What motives, do yon think, actuated
Judgo Bedford in his conduct of tho trial"
" 1 don t know. They can hardly be po
litical, for the Italians only tote 5,000
Deputy Coroner Weston said: "lam at
a loss to know hnw it was that Judge Bed.
foul did not call me to give my testimony.
It is thollrst case in my experience where
the medical testimony was tlatly excluded iu
a trial of murder. I was summoned to ap-
Fear at tho trial of Csmpohaaso as a witness,
responded, but I was told that 1 was not
"It was a rather strange proceeding. I
alono mado the autopsy on the body of
lllci, and hail I been called to the stand 1
could hate given very important evidence
touching tho man's wounds and the manner
iu which they were indicted, lint 1 was shut
"I am now. and have been, thoroughly
convinced that the man was killed iu a most
brutal and cowardly manner. I would have
tistillet that, in my opinion, the nature and
location of thu wound loft no doubt that
tho deceased must have been in a defense
less poiitlon when stabbed. He could not
have made any resistance, and it is im
pressed upon ino very forcibly that ho was
taucu by surprise and stabbed."
assistant District-Attorney Bedford, when
told of the utterances ot Col. Dawson, said:
"Ihe case waa tried fairly and squarely,
and it was a clear case of justifiable homi
cide. "A for Col. Dawson and his utterances
I have nothing to say, He is merely a de
butant Assistant District Attorney and is
" Hu has certainly disgraced the office
with such conduct In disapproving of a su
perior's conduct, and t call see no leaton in
the world why 1 should make any en Una-tions,"
INDIGNANT ALDERMAN OAKLEY.
Ho Deplores tne Invasion of Lobby
ists In the Council Chamber,
Alderman Patrick Napoleon Oakley.of the
Third District, to-day txpressed a meat
deal of virtuous indignation at the boldness
of the surface railroad officials in invading
the Common C.:unill Chamber yesterday to
lobby for tho repeal of Iho ordinance re
quiring the running of all night cars.
"It was a shame, "said he. "There were
forty railroad men buzzing about the Aider,
men, aud every one of tueni should baro
been LlcUd out of tho City Hall."
DouelaBS Green Suspended.
Douglass Green, formerly of the firm of
Oretii A Batemau. who weut to Kuiope with
Mrs Hm.ll Met res, was suspended to-day
from the Stock Eichanye for failing to site
not.ee of his inability to meet his creditors.
Candidate for tbo Death Chair.
Blx jurors bad been secured at noon to
day, in Oencral Hessions, for the trial of
I Harris A Himler for the murder of bis wife,
Maggie, at No- tfft't tievtnth avenue. April
3. lie shot her, as is allegsJ, through
THDEE BRAVE LITTLE MAIDS.
Thoy Fought Firo and Saved n
Baby From Doath.
Prompt Couraso that Prevented an
Ada and Alico Green, of 1H4 McDnnongh
ntrcot, Brooklyn, and Jciinlo I.awton, of :I4
I'ark llow. New York, aro budding maidens
of coy fourteen and swcot sixtcou, Like
most tileo girls, tlicv would scream on tho
appearance of n tiny, frightened mouse,
and faint anay at the sight of a cut finger
on tho hand of any ono else. But when tho
family noxt door wcro in a fever heat of ex
citement and a panic of fearovor a flro In
tho curtains on tho third floor yesterday
afternoon, and when all tho men of the
neighborhood gathered in front of tho
houso and gaped at tho incipient conflagra
tion and wondered what to do, those thrco
Cirls icltcd their lawn spritikllug-pots aud
hustled through the assembled male cow
ards and up tho two tllghts of stairs to tho
Tho llro waa In the laco curtains and
Jennie and Ada quickly extinguished it,
whilo Alico lcscucd a threc-months-old
baby from suffocation and carried her down
Those young heroines, howover, aro Jnst
llko all girls, and when an Bveninu Wonti)
reporter called upon them to-day ho found
thorn qulto abashed at tho Idea that they had
dono anything heroic. 'Ilicr inslstod on
pointing out " John," a frockled and callow
youth next door, as the real hero, aud pro
claimed that "John," who was too modost
to roveal his other name, had bravely carried
a pail of water up in which to soak tho
burned curtains that tho girls had torn from
.Miss Alice is a demnre ynnntr lady, with
soft chestnut hair and eyes of liquid brown.
Miss Ada is a bright little maid, wlthoins
as black and bright as a starlit midnight,
withliairto match. They aro daughters of
Uamuel Green, Vice-President of tho Law
yers' 'I itlo Guarantee Company. .
"Whr.lt was Just nothing atall."half
petulantly exclaimed the elder sister.
"Salvador Hnilrigucz, Mrs. Itodrlguoz
and their eight chililrcn-I think its eight
livo in the brown-stone house next door No,
180, and last ovening the servant girl ran
out and called to us fur wator, throwing her
arms towards tho turner windows, and then
slio went into tho basement and fainted
away. Looking up we saw tho names, and
as wo wcro surinkling tho lawn wo can up
stairs with our sprinklers.
"1 bore wcro a lot nf men in front of the
houso looking up At thn blare, and someone
vent out a tiro alarm, but when the brigade
arrived we had put the lire nut.
"I didn't do a thing, but Bister Ada and
Cousin Jennio I.awton toro down thu cur
tains and sprinkled water on them. "
"Oh!" exclaimed the port younger sister
deprccatliigly, "Alice saved the baby! We
found Mrs. llodriaticz frantically- trying to
tear down thn curtains with ono hand while
sho held the baby Hinder tho other arm, aud
a four-year-old littlo girl.tfercna.lay scream
inn; on the floor. The babr. its name Is
Dolores, and they say that's Spanish for
misery, was readr to suffocate. Alice took
Dolores away from Mrs. Itodrlguoz and car
ried her downstairs with Herena. All I did
was to help tear down the curtains and put
out the tiro In thorn and the bed."
Alico looked ronrnachfullyatAda and then
both proclaimed tho superior heroism of
"John." "John " blushed and continued
to play the hose on tho lawn, hut his back
bone stiflenod a littlo as if ho mora than half
believed himself a hero.
Salvador Itodrlguoz is a wealthy Cnban, a
dealer iu tobacco. Mrs, Itodrigurz bad left
littlo four-year-old Hercna with three-tnonths-old
Dolores on the third floor.
Keroua tried to light tho gas. hut .succeeded
only in firing tho curtains aud frightening
tho neighborhood. Thn flames were rapidly
spreading when the three little heroines
rushod to the rescue with their sprinkling.
pots and averted a conliagratlou. Tho dam
age dono amounted to t'-'UO.
KILLILEA'S POOR MEMY.
It Was Refreshed at tlie Sixth
Avehuo Hotel Hearing.
The fight of tho Forty.fourth streotAs.
sociatiou against the Sixth Avenue Hotel
roaohed the Exciso Board at last to-day.
Clark Bell represented the Association In
the attack ou the hotel license. At the re
quest of counsel for Mr. Oritlitli, the pro.
prietor, Mr. Bell's witnesses a ere allowed to
cuter tho trial room one at a time only, as
they were called to testify
Their examination was attended by a run.
nlng light between counsel over the admis
sion of testimony as to the character or tho
Light nas shed by ono or thn first wit
nesses upon one point that was left iu ob
scurity by Police Capt- Killilea's LXamlua.
tlou before the Fassett Committoc.
It will be remembered that Clark Bell ha 1
written to the Captain denouncing tho Hlxth
Avenue Hotel as a disorderly bouse and
asking his aid in suppressing it. When the
Committeo tried tu find out If the captain
showed that letter to Mr. Griffith, the cap
tain was alllicted with sudden and complete
loss ot memory,
Dr. Joseph Finch, who lives right oppos
ite the hott Ion Forty-fourth street, te-titied
that ho called upon the lintel proprietor to
remonstrate with him on the day after Clara
Hell had tent her letter to Capt. Killlies.
Dr. l'lncu said he saw the Captain iu the
hotel iu conversation with the hotel proprie
tor when becitne in.
Griffith told him Dr. Finch) immediately
after that ho had teen Clark lull's note to
thn Captain. The doctor reaaserted that the
Cnptam's business there was to ahuw it to
i istimouy waa given to show that couples
without baggago of any kind went In and
out of the hotel at all hours of the night and
day without taking the trouble to register,
and that no trunks were ever taken there.
Tho place bore the character in tho neigh
borhood of being dis enutable. It was ad
mitted, however, that it was very quiet aud
that there were uo disturbances.
Charges Aealnat Capt. Alton, of tho
Soventh.'to Bo Tried To-night.
Tho Court of Inquiry appointed to lures,
tigate the charges of Lieut. Thomas A.
Fattcseu, Jr.. Company P.. Seventh Itcgl
uient, against Capt. Allen, of the samo com
pany, will convene at H o'clock to-night in
the Keveiitr.llrst ltegimeut armory.
This Court will also inquire into tli6
charges prefencd by CsdL Belknap. Com.
rany B. Heventy.first ltegimeut. agaiuit
Col. Koprsr, his commanding orbcer.
Judge-Adrocate Van Duserhas dvslded to
take up the case of Patierami first.
Ihe Court as ongiuslly appointed con
sisted of Urig.-Gen. Louis Htzgerald. Col
ileorceP, Hcott. or the F.iebtli. sudCo!.
DavliC. Austiu. of the Ihirieenth. Col.
hcott has beta relieved, and Major Ldward
Dully, of tho riixty-nlnth Besiuient, has
been ordered to fill the vacancy.
Both Lieut. Fattesou and ('apt. Allen will
have pnmtrotts witness on hand to-night
aud the proceedings will, no doubt, be spicy
and Inters itiog. The isnlon will probably
be btld with open door.
BULLDOZED WlTH LIVE WIRES.
ii Harlem Man Threatened by a
Trespassing Wires to no Defended
by u Danncroiia Current.
Mr. E. K. Halstod, of na West Ono Hun.
drod and '1 bitty-first street, is very Indlg.
naiit at the treatment which he has received
at tho bauds of tho District Telegraph and
Burglar Alarm Company of Ilailcin, whoso
ullloo is at 1IU West Ono Hundred and
He related his griovanco to a reporter of
Tint Evemnii Would to-day.
It was all about a burglar-alarm wire,
which tho Company had attached to a post
iu tho rear fcuca in Mr. Halstcd's back
"I have had trouble with this company
before, said Mr. llalsted, end about a j ear
ago thoy put a wiro on my house nhicb pre
vented tne from opening my third storv
window blinds. I wrote to them, but thoy
took no notice of mv letter.
"I won't say I did It, but that wiro camo
down. After that thoy wanted to trespass
upon my premises ovoral times and its men
woro very Insolent when I rcfusod to let
them Into tho house.
"Last Saturday their wiro, whioh was at
tached to the rear of the Hats ou One Hun
dred and Thirty-second street, broke! and
thoy fastened tho end to my back fence. 1
noticodlt there Hatuidav night and deter
mined to have my carpenters cut it down
Monday If "thoy did not removo It.
Monday, whou 1 went downtown I
wroto tho following lotter to the .Manager ot
tho Company on the Uqultahlo Insurance
Company's kttor paper, as I am connected
with that Company:
120 IlnoAiiwar, Nrw York, June 3. lhPO
Manager liinriet TtltgrapK ami ilurllar -stuns
lirxli Bin On natnrday la.t one of four wires
was attached to the rar post of mr back fence.
Please take notice that I wish thla wire removed at
mee. and that 1 prohibit Jour Company lu the
future Irom treuiasslns In nr wbj upuii my prem
ises. You wilt tare trouble brelvtos this matter
your hnnieillatea'.lotitlou, Yours respectfully,
(Mls-ned ) fc. K. IIAI.HTMI,
IKI W eat line Hundred and Thlflj-rtr.t atreet, Cltr.
At H o'clock III tho evoning I not tills letter
from Hunt. Tnrrcl, of the Burglar-Alarm
Company, written ou tho back of luyunu
: at. ;.Wi(.t . ......
IlKAltSm We will leave tbs wire where it Is tor
thepreaent. We warn jout to keep rour handa off
It VV will put aueh a current on aa will alve you a
pain alioiilil you toy with It. Yrnire riapectfullr.
(hlgned) J. (J. Tenim, Manajtr.
Mr. llalsted showed tho reporter tho sheet
written on both sides.
"If this is tho way these corporations
can tramplo on tho rights of citizens, and
threaten them with bodily harm, besides
trespassing on their premises. I think it is
high time that something should bo dono to
resist such outrages.
"I am going to consult a lawyer about
this aud make an examplo nf these people.
I am not vlndlctivo and I don't care to got
any damages, but I know what my rights
aro and 1 don't propose to submit to such
Insolence tamely." , ,
Mr. llalsted Is determined to prosecute
tho matter vigorously. Ho added that he
wouldn't have touched tbo wiro himself, but
would have sola catpontertn saw off tho
post below the place where it was attached.
Hnpt. Farrell was seen by the reporter at
tho ottlcoof the oompany, and aeomod dls-
Sosed to regard the matter In au entirely
liferent light. , ,
"Why. the man is the worst crank in the
neighborhood," ho said, "and ho only
wroto that note as a little jokn on him. 1
didn't suppose even ho would take it so ser
iously. "As a matter of fact tho wiro had been re
moved nefore 1 got his letter, and I knew it;
so tho threat didn't amount anything.
"This wire waa broken accidentally Sat
urday afternoon by some builders who were
working ou the llats In tho rear of his
house, and it fell down over bis back fonce.
I sonl a lineman around to fix It. but it was
too late to get into tbo flats to roplaco the
wire, so he tlxed It temporarily to the cor
ner part of tho fence,
"'Iho first thing Monday morning we
sent around some men and had tho wire put
up on tho flat again, where It is now. It was
about H o'clock whon this was done.
" About " o'clock in the afternoon I re
ceived Mr. Ilalstcad's letter, and his cranki
ness provoked me; so I sat down and wroto
my reply on the back of It and re-mailed it
to htm. I thought 1 would give him a little
shot, that was all.
" I'.very one knows that it would be Im
possible to atnd a current through one of
our wires that would harm any one, or
would bo felt. It is no stronger than that
used to ring house bells. A circuit strong
enough to give a shock would burn up the
little wires we use. ,
"Wo are very careful not to string wires
on houses where there might be any trouble,
for our busineas depends on our wires being
in good working order. Brer since Mr,
llalsted made a lttck a year or so ago we
have let him alone.
"Tho idea of going to law about a thing
llko this is ridiculous. "concluded Mr. Tur
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VTla. Coital.... 41 81 31
A full account of Wall street afalrs will bl
found Is tie 0 o'clock special lisus, I
Mr. Porter's Colt a Snrprlss for the
Great English Derby.
Le Hord Got the Place The Fiwlte,
The Stnko Created In 17flOnntlTo
Ilny Worth 30,000,
(rrranrrTo tuk rnras news AnPtATtnc.l
London. Jiiio 4. Tho great r.ngllsh
Berbyraco was run to-day with tho usual
Halufoln was Iho winner," with I.o Nord
second and Orvtoll third.
This was a great surprise, and tho amount
of money lost on Hurcfoot Is something
Those who did go to hod Inst night could
sco nothing but Hurcfoot for tho vtltiuri,
but when thoy awoko this morning and
looked out'to sco a heavy rain falling their
conildcuro in his having a walk-over was
Iho race was run on a heavy track, and
this caused a great demand for tickets on
tho outsiders aud Iho odds wcro milckly re
duced. The conditions of the race woro tho
slakos or S,noo sovereigns for tho winner,
noo sor. for tho nomination of the
viinncr. .'100 rov. for tho owner of tho sec
ond and "00 sov. for tho owner of tho
third; for colts, 0 stono; for fillies. K stono
ti pounds; then thruo years old; by sub
scription of CO sor. each, half forfeit, if
declared by the first Tuesday in Jan., 1 MHO.
and 10 sor. only if declared by tho first
Tuesday in Jan., lKftn, any surplus to bo
paid to tho winner; about one mllo and a
half, starting from tho High Level starting
Thn stako closed with 2.13, of which tin
wero declared at IU sovereigns each and 10(1
at '.'. sovereigns each.
Mr. J. l'ortcr'sch. c. Hainfoln, by Spring
Held, out or Handa, by Wonlock, rlddon by
Watts, won, with Mr. Lofevre's ch. o. Lo
Nord, by Tristan, out or La Noco (bred iu
Franco), ridden by F. Barrett, second, aud
Buko or Westminster's Orvtoll third.
'Iho race was ono or tho most exciting on
record and was full of surprises.
Orwell, who started last in the betting.led
at tho dlstanro and but tair to bo a winner,
lint was passed by Hainfoin and Lo Nord at a
In tho last furlong Hainfoin came to tho
front, and won by throe-qnarters of a length
from Lo Nord, a length beforo Orwell, with
tjurofoot, tho favorlto, fourth.
Tho latest betting was Hainfoin 3 to I, Lo
Nord 7 to 1 and Orwell 100 to 1 against.
The stake ii worth G.4H0 sovereigns to
Tho English Derby was created In 17S0,
whou it was won by Diomed, who In faot
laid tho foundation of tho American turr.
ami many other countries aro also Indontcd
to Derby winners for their lino brcod or
In 1 HH1 the Englishmen were sorely tried
whon Mr. Lnrlllard's Amorican borvo
Iroquois won the Dei by, since which only
English horses have taken tho prize.
RAPID TRANSIT ROUTE GHOSEH
Si- i .,
A Lino to Bo Run from City
Hall Gloar to Harlem.
Tho ItaphlTransIt Commission has decided
upon a alto, right through to Harlom, in
connection with tho City Hall and Forty
second street route.
This statement is made npon tho authority
of a very high city official and the exact de
tails will be made known before thu "I'd
Tho decision Is tho onteome of a meeting
of tho Ilapid Transit Commissioners at the
Numerous schemes and plans were pro
scnted and dlscuised, ono of which pro
posed to whiz New Yorkers through pneu.
tnatio tubes from Forty-second street to the
Citi Hall lu le.s than a minute.
Hiinon htcrn sent a a letter concerning the
building of three and a half miles or under,
ground railway In Loudon by James II.
(Ircathead, the well-known F.ugllsh engi
neer. Mr, Oreathesd's tunnels wcro rrnm 40 to
ill) feet below the street surface aud did not
dl'turb the strvet trsliic.
1 hey are also out or the way nf all sewer
pipes, gas-plpis and electric light wires,
ami each train is its own ventilator. 'Ihe
stations are underground and lasscngers
reach the street aud trains by hidraulic
elevators, , ,
Commissioner Potter s route below Forty,
second street was discussed at length, and
the Commission fluully agreed to rccuui
lurnd it. 'J hu route is as follows i
Beginning at I'ortv.Urst street, a loop to
run around tho block bounded by 1 oiirlh
and Lexington avenues and Fortieth aud
Inrty-flrst streets; then dowulou tltsve.
nua to La'aiette place, the ntet selling
blocks to bo cut through to tho width
of ion feet between Great Junes aud
llleecker streets, with more cutting to allow
tl e train to rass through Crosby and
Marion atreeta into Elm. Ihe latter being
widened thirty-live feet on the east side,
reaching Itesde street where a loop runs
around tho I.IikI bounded b Beade. Centre,
Bnano ami Elm streets.
Fourth avtuuu alone fills the hill for the
Harlem route, but at preseut the law Pro.
vents, taking it. ,
'Ihe only franklo rente between City Hall
Hid Battery is nuu makinealooplot Iteauo
atreet and extending down ilhani street, a
double-track rosd being lUtnud lUlllciet tor
that part of the line.
BETRAYED BY A CROW.
A Woman and Threo Children Found
Sleeping- In a Basement.
The weird caw, caw, or a crow, coming
from the basement of a block in Mulberry
itrtet, gavu Fohceiuau Conuor a start at 1
o'clock tots moruing.
r I'pon going down to investigate be dis
covered a good looking woman and threo
children hud tied in one comer- A crow was
caved lu a small box.
The party wcro taken to the Mulberry
street station, where the woman told a story
nf lu ing cruelly deserted by her husband at
i Htauhope. N J. rlbi bad couie to the city
I for the purpose of finding him. she said.
1 At the Tombs her case was referred to tbs
I Children's boclely.
I Hpeclo.1 sals pf Sl.OU fir aw Waits at
I Yeuaaja'Si 001 U'wai a'r Ileusien si. V
WHAT MAY BE LOOKED FOR.
BEATT1E FIXES OP Jl WE.
But His Ash and Dirt Cart Drivers
Street-Cleaning Commissioner Beatlto has
fixed uo a sort of a trucowlth his ash and
dirt cart drivers and all aro at work to-day.
Tho inoii, however, are suipliious that
this truce is only a means or getting them
to continue at work, aud thnvdo not host
late to say that thoy aro fearful that the now
roglmo will cost them part of tlnir pay.
Whon tho men struck at tho Eightieth
street and Ono Hundred and Ninth street
dumps on tho Kastlllvor, yesterday consider
able alarm aroao In Commissioner Beattlo'a
hitherto restful mind.
Hu hastily despatched Hnpt. Whalen to
tho Eightieth street dump, whoro thochiof
tronblo was and tho men icluctantly re
sumed work at 'i o'clock.
iho average work of each man at the
dump was eight loads, necessitating their
laboring uiitiriO.Ml) last night.
Tho now scbcdulo whioh caused tliostrlko
mado it necessary for the men to draw from
eleven to siitien loads a day for 3,SU, ut
most a physical linpossihilitrr
It is said that the strikers wero Induced to
return to work no the old schedule, which
provides that from nino to olev on loada shall
constltuto a day's work.
HupL Whalen desired tho men to work
longeron Mondays and Faturdais and thn
men have decided to do this until their next
tiaid ono of the drivers to an Evenino
Vi'uiild reporter this morning, at the
Elghtloth atreet dump;
"Tho Superintendent told us that we
would get our full pay of III. 00 for the old
schednio w ork of nine to eleven loads, but it
remains to be seen whither wo will or not.
It's our opinion that wo will bo cut unless
wo draw more than clevou loads,"
" Our noxt pav.day may enmo on Friday,
bnt probably not until noxt Tuesday. Then
we shall refuso to work If our wages aro
cut. and the men all over will quit.
"Wo shall also demand extra pay for the
extra fivo hours we have to put in every
Saturday night. lhla rests entirely with
the bosses of tho carts, but if wo don't get it
every man will unit.
" It won't he tho men here alone who will
null, but ev cry man ou every dump will atop
"Wo have stood this thing jnst as long aa
wo aro going to, we bear that' Beattlo la
anxious to save money to bny the sweepers
prcttv badges. He'd better uso It in clean
ing thu streets."
QOWH CRASHED THE ELEVATOR
Men Hurlod Throe Stories in a
Anothor elevator accident occurrod at tho
fancy biscuit factory of Holmes A Coutts,
Washington and l'rankliu streets, this
Wallace Bond aud Itobert Martin, who
v.ero ou tho "lift," got a shaking that will
stick to their memory, and each received in
juries that vi ill lay him up for somo weeks.
Bond is nineteen years old and is foreman
of a packing room. Ho is the oon of Hnpt.
William Bond and lives at ill'-' Washington
street, Hobokcn. Martin is twcuty.ono
yesrs old and runs the elevator, w hlch is an
old one. cam iug freight, but the load on it
when it fell was light probably not moro
than Alio pounds.
At H o'clock the lift started for the top of
the building with these young men and six
barrels or crackers on it.
When it reached Ihe third floor the three
inch wire cable snappod, and tho elevator
began to descend ith feartul rapidits. 'Ihe
light barrels danced a tn.-rry iig on the
forms or the voting men, who had leeu
knocked into their corners.
Aa usual 'he spring and dog arrangment
intendod ror stopping a riinanay i levator
didn't work aud the lift fell to thebaseuieut,
about thlrtv-tlve feet. ,
Thu uoise was territlo and the other hands
iu thu oatablisbmiut rushed to the base
uient. wheie the) found Bonded Martin
luoie dead than alive, with the barrels of
narkers piled promiseoustv upon them.
Tin were 'Uu out binding and half
conscious nid ai ambulance wascalled. It
tuok then ! 'isiiilier Ktnvt Hospital,
wlicm il 'tas found that Martin had aits,
tained Irattures of the hours of the right
hand uimi painfil than serious, while Bond
had lartdwoitc. . , . ,
Bond nil -ecu rd a laceration of the
Ii in r lip. and his tippor jaw had been
broken aud sevrrnl ttetu broken ott
Neither erviuid to have renjted any in
ternal injury, aud Martin .liked to his
home, in-' Ellatnth street.
'J he elevator mbs inspected carefully two
wickeao by Sunt, Bond, slid then was no
sign of any weakening of tl.e cable then.
A MAYOR ACCUSED OF PERJURY.
Tho Sensation Rpruntr on Allegheny
City Politicians) To-Doy.
tsrrnaL to tu avsxixa woatn
rirrsiivnii, Juno 4, A seu.ation waa
crtatid hero this morning among the poli
ticians by tl carrestof Major James Wyman,
of Allegheny City, upon the charge of per.
jurvin taking the oath nforllce. ,
Wvmaurwoie he had not used money or
other consideration to settle bis election.
James II. Walkup. who made the charge
against Wjmsn, says he ran prove thai the
'atter did use money and promistd positions
to bis friends during the canvas.
FOREIGH NEWS BY GABLE.
A Torriblo Double Tragedy Occurs
rnrwr.ar canr-a ws arrrrraul
OnLr.ANs. Jnno ). A tcrriblo tiagedybas
just occurred here.
A soldier In the artillery servlco Quarrelled
.with and abot his cousin, a girl of soventoen,
whllo ulnlng at his aunt's houso.
Ho then blew out his own bralus with tho
The only witness of the affair was tin poor
girl's unfortunate mother, who, confined to
tho sofa by a stroke or paralysis, waa unablo
to Interfere, and was thus compelled to re
main for ton hours alone with the corpses
beforo tho crime was discovered.
Ibe Yountr Duko of Orleans Leavos
mv eM.T to ma mass news assocutiow.1
Pants, Jnno 4. The pardoned young Duo
d'Orlcans left the prison at Clalrvau during
tho night and was escortoil to the Swiss
He was accompanied by tho Duo de
Blamnrclc Bald to DlBapprovo of His
Son's Proposed Marrloae.
iPcnLAr ciitr mv! srtcui-1
BcnuK. June 4. rrlnco Bismarck is suf
fering from a severe attack of neuralgia.
It Is said that he decidedly disapproves of
tho proposod marriago of bis ion Herbert
and Lady Edith Ward.
Tho Arobduko Francis Fordlnand
rnrxLAr's miils sews snout-1
Baius. Juno 4. The Archduke Francis
Ferdinand, son of the Archduke Charles
snd nephew of the Emperor of Austria, will
start, on Monday, on an cxtcnslvo tour
through England and France, accompanied
by a numerous suite.
This will be his first Journey ontside of
Austria since ho became the heir to the
SPLIT HIS OFFICIAL HEAD.
Supt. Ward's Unfortunate En
counter with a ''Sparrow" Club.
Clubs were apparently trumps In the esti
mation or Justice OT.eilly, who arbitrated
at tho Yorkville Court to-day a game played
yesterday by a park policeman and a park
official in Biverside I'ark.
I'ark Policeman Newell was ondntynear
Keventy-second street, when he saw a man
nn horseback ride ou a piece of road that
h as undergoing repairs and ordered him oil.
'ihe man, who, it appears, was (Iny A.
Ward, Kuperiutendent or tho i'ark Htables.
although the officer did not know him, al.
lowed that he would rido where he pleased.
Neucll attempted to prevint Ward from
continuing his ride and finally took bim off
'I hen blows were sti nek bv both parties,
W ard using his hit and tho officer bis club.
Ward was arrested by the aid of another
sparrow and takeu to the Areuel In Central
Park, where ho was balled to appear at
I'ark Commissioner Oallap occupied a seat
on thu bench to-day beside justice U'ltelllj.
Nenr) testified that when he directed Ward
not to rule on the road that is being re
paired the latter retorted with a volley of
oaths aud announced that he would ride
where hu pleased. 'I hn othci r seized Ward,
who struck him several blows in the laco
wills his fist.
The club then camo Into play, aud Wards
scalp wa laid O) in,
Ward declared that the assault was unpro
voked. Ward's head was roverel with adhesive
platter, and a physician testified that the
wounds were of a serious character.
'Ihe prisoner waa held in 4500 bail for ex.
Poll's Sentence Day Fixed.
Acting District Attorney Davis this morn,
lug notified ltielurd H. Newcombe, counsel
for (itorgn Hamilton Pell, the convicted
check.kitiug Ilnai.cur, that BeenrderrJniylh
would impose sentence on his client ou Mou.
diy ivemiig iu Part III., lleiural beisious.
Cauabi N.upnnir mi UU roil.
Vwdcavtake Ma or tllcason.or Long Island
fit), visited Water htation No.'.' at 1 o'clock
this morning and round Engineer Long
aUep. 'Ihe Major al once suspended him.
Showers, Slightly Warmer,
. , WiaiusuTo:,, Jnne
p-.jiys. 4, iiViitAer'idii'tr'
. 'O lr$5?Y 'or "'" -Vfie
I j7 Wf i ,1 I'"" S'iotoers.
' ''Ih Hi fl$s H)MV ifiinner.
il 'ffrrW iJtfhtrlv tctnds.
i- s'V ' I 'll10 w,uer t0
i y1 '-5 C "'' rh AT. as Indicated by
ilT-?' Blakelys telc-ther.
18H0, 1M80 ' isoo. isco
3 4.M U7 IS Das,., 7'4 07
Uia tkl 1)7 l.'v Al OS
Avsraie f past twtBir-four bojri, 71 B l) d-
Ainaie for conssoeaiUsg I'ms last Jar, 63 3-0
5 --Sssjsiprt i, f4sVsKaHBHLJ
LAST Mil 111
THE FIRST HEAT OF SUMMER. II
Now Yorkers Swoltoring in an J9 9
Eighty-Dogroo Tomporaturo. ' 119
" aMBH "ssafsflsl
Hope of Coollne Bhorrera When tttfj' mM '!!
JJrolllnp; Sun Goes Dotm JIB 19
Collars aro wilting, brows are a-drlpplnr,' JH 'J'B
and the thermometer Is in high spirit. jK iu sfl
Old Hugh Midity is getting In hlsjflno V ' M
work to-day, and Calorlo is rising In, bis n 4f 9
might. Wk "? 3
"This bids fair to bo tho hottest day of flip -m fl
tho season up to dato," remarked the cool .R M M
littlo weather clerk. In his cool littlo signal ?B vfll
tower on tho top of tho cool-looking Equl- 'jflj Im Tk
tablo bilidlng. 'B IW'H
"Bids fair to bo I f baro jnst left a mop- tB n-V J
ping, perspiring multitude in tbo street m ' iU
that will bet yon at auy odds that there bag 3fl "J jflj
never been so hot a day before, this side of Wm U
tho placo whoro they aro consigning mall- JK fl
clous weather clorks,"reptlod an Evmwo H i ,'V
Wtuii.li reporter. 'B jH
It was so hot at noon that stock In the wU wa
Coney Island and Long Branoh stsamer S v If fl
companies had gone up fifty points lu the Mm ' U m
estimation of perspiring financiers, and the Jw r M'M
Ice Trust was reported to bo considering an B I fl
advance ill the prico of hard water to US MM n
cents au ounce. V1B ,' '1
When Hcrgeant Dunn began business at 8 91 !
o'clock this morning tho thermometer regis Mb ' i H
tired nil degrees in the shade. As soon as ;JB -
It got its business legs nn It began to travol, $w j flUfl
and at 10. :I0 it was at 7H degrees. At unon -V ' i IPfll
it was turning the ttodegreo mark and was e.W J
still vigorous. ', '
'Ihus far Ht degrees had been Its record "flfl '':! fl9
andttergt- Dunn, looking on approvingly 1B .'- all
to.dav.svidthatltcoulddoBU degrccswith- -tflf ' fl9
out winking, '
Bnt tho peiltlferons presence of old Hugh ''.'jB flfl
Midity is what makes everything so sticky. M i' Jfsl
Uo was on hand to tho extent of 80 per ,3m '.' vfl
cent, to-day, whllo Boreas had nult the , -sal a1 atfli
business and waa lagging abont this town -- Sflfll
at a ten-mile creep. "W ',' asssal
The little air that was stirring came tip B '
from tho south aud had anything but' "vK M flflfl
cooling or sootblug efloot. V'.,'l
It is a little aggravating, but even Bt JB, Sflflfl
Louis is aa well oft aa New ork for weather :i, i 'flflfli
to-day, whllo New Orleana Joins with Chi- ilflrv M flfl
cago In a laugh at our expense, having only ffll, , rflfli
74 degrees of heat. Washington shakes 3m '. M
hands with Port Huron. Mich., with VI M -"!
degreos, and slow Philadelphia thorroora- dm M -isall
etcrs sedately record 70 degrees weather, ill r , -
while Boston turns the universe without -JJM 9M
much perspiration under a SO-degree snn. ,,Mf ; ,,M
All tho nay across the country, east from M " ,
Kansas, tho thermometer resistors from 70 Tm ," V
to NO degrees, but In the Hocky Mountain jm, ' ?
district tl is cool and delightful. Vtflt - .
Tho Oraugo Mountains act as a cool bluff JS - .
to the hot wave that we are getting from the -M' '--MM
Boutb, keeping it from spreading In that --.M f WWl
direction and forcing it to hover over Man- vSm , :J
rjnrgt. Dunn says, however, that this sort JK 1 Ifl
iif thing can't last moro taan a few hours JMT - .
nngor: that the .-nntllct that is going on ?3M .- fl
ictneen the steaming atmosphere from the ' MM
south aud the cool breezea of the Orange M j
Mountalna will resu.lt In local thunder "M MM
showers this evening, and the metropolis fm .j9flfl
will get tho benefit.. jal ''fl
Meantime. New York will sleam and say 3Wm 11
naughty words and unkind things al the jm t, fl M
clerk or the weather. .. ,3flt M MM
There is a storm central over South Da- iU im1 1 91
kola, but wo won't get any of it, as It is aM. m fl JH
forced farther north by our hot wave. ijm fMm'M
'1 here aro local storms all through Northern Car , jl '
Now England and Western New York. 4hvl .flfl
Monday night Kergt. Dunn will read a .'Jflf Jl if m
paper before the New York Academy or Bel- 'm M ' 1 m
oiicoou "Tho Cbahgo In Onr Climate and '!) ;SJ
tho Cause." . 4tI: M
He says ws are growing wanner and 4 lm m
warmer evory year, aud will tell the aavans 3 fm- i B
wliy, tM vW h
A Brockton (Mass.) man named Daggett 19 Vj
prophesied yesterday that unless he bad ,Jl jvf ,
studied nsturo iu vain there would be. in- Wfj Bit Mm
side of thirty-six hours, a feartul storm or M !f
atmospheric convulsion all over the country, '.mi fl WM
Herat. Dunn says; "Daggett Is not 4m J M
weatherwlse, but otherwise. There baa ?) m al
been no convulsion, no storm, nor la there '- ft MM
llaely to be right away, '1 he high pressure Ja! m ,MmwM
area is spreading from the Houth, keeping jH m mWm
the storms further north over the lakes and Hi i-llW flal
Canada.'' , iHlTBjflr flsl
'Ihomas Ilnber, seventy years of age, died rsm iflMI fl
suddenly from tne effects of the heat to-day. yn ,1: M SJ
He lived at - Thnntpson street. . . 3f fi9 fl
Jolm Mcdulre. thirty-two years or age, of iSIJj'fl fl
.'i2m Pearl street, also died suddenly to-aay Wfilifl fl
from tho heat. Mi jl flfl
FIVE KILLED III A CYCLONE, if I
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Tlis Utile Town of Bradshai, M, f 1 1 , '
Visited by Dire Disaster. .1 "M
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rsrvrriLTO thi avrsinn iroat-vt ' 1' 2 vfl
On ana, Neb. , Jnne t,-A Dn special from y j 3 m .fl
York says that a cycloue struck the llttla Ij 3 1 fl
town of Bradsbaw about 10 o'clock last ' S M fl
evening. M ) ff ft iflfl
The placo had about three hundred In t? J a m
habitants. j ' ,'v M 'S
Nearly every house In the town U said ta fVi t j flfl
have been blown down. Ml' ' flfl
Tivo persons were killed outright and sev i i i MM
era) othera badly Injured. ffc J j flfl
Wires are down and particulars not obtains JKf -' H
able at this hour. $a, , ', flfl
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Daseball To-Day. ! , j flfl
Itegnlarly scheduled games; " WM
I'laisss' I.raocz. NiTloxaL Uriora. Plf ' j fll
Ho.tua at New Voik. lliouklja at New Yerk. 'ml i i MM
Krooklju at flnla. Uoatou at J'hUa- (3R i MM
IMtibsrs at tluilalo. Ohkaxo st Pittebarf. .J , 1 'SaTI
Clevslaml at C'aicaso. Clooionati at Cleveuna. Mj .. MM
Aisrsn-AS aiiCKiairN. iTLlsilo aasocunast, JtM ,flfl
IliKbeilarat liro-ikljo. llaltnnoraal MarceaUa. JR 3 j MM
Alhlatieatrtiracuae Wllmi'ton at Jersey CUT. jHM 9 SBafli
TuWealCofuubija. Waaahmton at Mart lord. W 1 m MM
bl.Luulaallsiuuville, Newark al Mew Uaiea. S' :f m flsl
Percentages this morning ot dabs In 3 3 i fll
the leading leagues! 4 -j flflj
rutin rvr i4Tioat. r W j "3 flfli
K.. It', rial Wee. Ittt, L X M BaflB
nostoa W y-i 1147 ClBelB'all, SO 12 .!) I 3
Brisiklro at! 14 ill PbiUJ.1' SI Ij .018 th 3 MM
N.w ork IIS If .MjlHrookma, 10 U .804 3 1 3 fll
I iH-lso 10 tA .,. Otlcwo .. 7 14 ,&4S It,, fl MM
Pb.UJel'a 17 17 .r.lVew York 7 If ,606 W ij flflj
(UeieltoJ Itl 17 .431 Boston .. ll IK 471 i .1 MU
IMiitian- h 17 ,4M I'liiiUol lolll '.Hi fl 41 flflj
iiun.io u --'0 .UlOlfutsburs. bis .Vbt B flflj
aMtaicasr re lATLaana Jw jr . m jMM
H'an Loal. cial.l ars.aea, Met laV . JJi
Athl.llo .'-'4 to .701 X. Haven tft U ,W) -S Jl flfl
ttocbeilir. til 14 .t)00 Ualtnn're. VOtQ ,&7 m M
Loulalllle. Ill 14 ..)7lHVVvreeat'r III 8 ,tW7 -J, M 9B
hl.Louu.. 17 IS 4.111 Nasaik... IK l'J .IJCH) M MM
ToisJo li 17 .4iUi VVaan-sihi ill IS ,ajr ft MM
Uolumb's IU IU .4)7 JO.tr ..It 18 .?4S if j flsl
tijrscaae 14 UU .41-' Hartford, ll SO ,310 3 I 1 flfll
liruoklju U UJ V'Sl Wil'iusVu Si ,I4i l j
Local News In Brief. af 1 ifi MM
Ttie drownel bo.l of atusseppl Bpenettt. T i Jm fll
thlrty-twd jesrs uf ate. an JUhau. was fouai II 'JB MM
tbUmommirln tbo Nurlhltlverat lier IU. Jpl HSk 9H
Anthony t'cebsn, of Ons Hundred sad 61xtlstli 3Ll V flfl
street and Truth avenue was found druwaaa ta 4aK9 9 sflsl
Its tm hirer at Ninatjlith atreet Ibis morn- JF M MU
Inf. lie iru about nfiyyeara old. -TKd $ flfl
thief luitneer David Jarxroa was i found daad ja J H
In his tl oa tt eainbost James W. L'cUwta, 5SJ5J ,m H
ljthg at 1 ter 84. Korta Itirer. this moralftg. lj- ,M M
Hals Trlaasaed Fri Kl fl :IH
eaeh Tauradar, at STamstx Ox's, USth si, 2 1 flflfl
aau34ait, uaUButsrulswsbeiifUitutai ," C.I fl
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