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H l. L1X.-X0. 238. NEW r6lUc7 MONDAY, APRIL,' 25 ,1892. " FRICbIwO CENTS! f
M CABLE NEWS FROM GERMANY
'M cArnin vnar.s the emperor to
fl permit itr.it 10 retzrix
M After Tons Conference lie Conaenla to
iTfl Itetnln (h Chnncellorahln. n Wtillo
J&V Longer The Proponed Experiment or
S Vnlveranl SuflTince In llelcltim Kmperor
K Wllllum Thinks Anurehy din lie Slumped
M Out Murdered In Ilnrber'n C'hnlr The
German no Not ApproTe of Mr, Itoucrt
H l.nnls SteTcnaon'a Action In tsmuon,
I Bnr.M. April 24. Boforo starting for Cnrls-
f bad Count Von Caprlvl renowod tils rcntlcstto
bonlloivod to rot I ro from o flic o. Ho told the
I Kinporor that Ills honltli was weakening, nml
that ho (!M not fool ablo to copo with tho prob-
II lcmsot stiito about tonrlso In connection with
I tho commercial negotiations with llusla nml
I tlio defiant attitude of Bulgaria toward tho
WS portn and ltussla. Ho was willing. Iio paid, to
rA oonfer with Kordlnnnd of Hulgarln during tho
lattor's Rtt In Carlsbad ns regards tho rocog
1 nltli n tlmt tho Coburcor contemplates do-
' rrandlng from tho powers, but with tho scttlo-
mentof this muttorlio folt that his strength
and usefulness as Chancellor of tho cmplro
would bo o.tiinubted. Tho defence of tho Gov
ernment'!) demand upon tho Itelchstng next
v wlntor forPO.OOi) moro soldiers and a contin
uation of tho threo years' term of sorvlco. ho
thought, would bo too laborious, nnd would
probably break hlra down complotoly.
Tho Pnipcror demurred to tho Chnnecllor's
request, but Oaprlvl's Importunity movod him
to consider it. Finance Minister Minuet was
called by tho Emperor to consult with him us
to tho nd inability of a change In tho Chancol-
lot-ship. Miauul. who Is known to bo lying
lowuntlltlio present crisis In politics Is past
and a Government majority Is assured In tho
l,mutng and Itelchstag. expressed hlnisolfns
opposed to i.ny moio changes boforo tho un
easiness of tho pcoplo. resulting from tho con
l llli't over tlio School bill, was allayed and tho
i Goorninont progrninmo was euro ofsuppott
In both legislative bodios.
Tim Euipoior then summoned Count Von
Eulenburg from Cassol. and a couforonco of
Cnprivl. l'.ulonburg. Mbiuol. and tho Kmporor
was held at tho palace. Tho Kmperor said
that ho lelt with Mlqilcl that no further
changes should bo nvulo boforo fall. Ho would
relievo tho Chancellor of many of his weightier
dutiosaudtho bonier work on tha Army bill
would bo reserved for tho Ministry of War.
Herr Jlhniel and Count Von Eulenburg ex
pressed similar opinions, nnd Anally Count
Capri vi consontod to reconsider his roauest
that ho bo allowed to retire.
Tho Liberal parties aro disappointed by tho
result of tho conference, They wished to seo
Caprlvl out of tho way boforo the Bulgarian
question became acute, for they feel that his
provoiblal recklessness of tlio feelings of tlio
Czar will causo troublo. Ho Is behoved to
favor tho recognition of Ferdinand, whon tho
decision shall havo becomo necessary, and
such a courso would como closo to forcing
Itussla to armod intervention in tho Balkans,
and bringing about a cenorul European con
flict. Tho movotconts of Princo l'crdlnnnil
and the Chaneollor at Carlsbad will bo watched
(with Intense interest, for it is felt tlmt upon
their negotiations tho determination of war or
peace will bo largely dependent.
Politicians In Gormany nro watching keenly
tho coming revision of tho Belgian Constitu
tion. Tho agitation of tho .Socialistic lauor
party in that country has frightened tho bour
geolso sufllcicntly to incline it to grant uni
versal suffrage. If such sulTrngo should bu re
fused, it is behoved that tho workingmcii.
smarting under abuses which no otlior work
ingmen in Europe would tolerate, would taku
up arms against tho Government. If tho work-
Ingmon be indiscriminately enfranchised.
German politicians bay, political chaos will
shake tho kingdom. Germany is l reparing
for tho emergency which sho thinks must
arise In cither case, and will bo ready at an
hour's notleo to haston ti oops from Cologne,
t'oblenz. or Metz. to tho Belgian frontier. 'J his
i action would bo taken in anticipation of an
attempt on Fiance's part" to occupy Belgian
territory in case of revolution. Under no cir
cumstances anil under no pretext would Gor-
l mnny allow this, as with tho Mcuso foitlllcn-
tions In her possession. Franco would llnd
easy access for hor troops on Gorman soil.
Germany will, in all events, hold that King
Leopold must light his own domestic battles
Upon thn first outbreak of troublo In tho
1 llttlo kingdom Imracnso armies of tho two
rival pow ers would bo massed on thoir rospee
tlve fmnifiT, nnd should tho Belgian Govern
ment be too weak to meet tho internal crisis It
is not unlikely that tho llnal meeting of tho
hlstoile enemies will tnko pl.-.co on tho old
battlegiounds around Brussels and I.Iege.
Wlillo dining with Count rclio'ir.iloff on
Tuesday evening Empeior William discussed
tho ri-eont AimiehUt outniges in 1'nuico and
hpaln and 'lie nilnnua preparations for May
Jj.iy. He Mild th.it ho was conlldcnt that tho
Kt.uving spirit of i.narehy could boMnnipotl
out piiiMilvd all cfn.ntrlo'i would worn In uni
son. They should adopt similar roprus.sivo
laws :ualiit Anarchl.-ils, crush their press,
and pi olilhlt their meetings, and each should
rat'iito to sheitor Anarchist eriinliiuls o:;polloiI
hum utlioi- hind". Tho Kmiicmr nlso
trol.o i.f the necrs-lty of holding soon
a conference of tho powers fur (ho
purpuhu of formuliitlng such a iirogr.iiniuo.
1 His words weio Mippusuil to bo feeleis cou-
eeiuing thu plan that ho nnd Count Caprlvl
aru footcrlm: for Mich n conlerenco in Ueilln.
Count Sil.oavalolTngieod with thu Empoior.
Ho said tint tho I undinj together of the na
il lions ngaiii.ithn Anatuhl'.td Would also pto-
iluco a coiiii'imiitj of Inteiesls, and would go
fai towaid cementing the friendly relntlonsof
all l'.i.rwpu'ii gu-.it powns. llo Is further Mild
t.. have ubim-d thu Emperor that thu O-nr
looked with fMurun tho plan font Ueilln con
. feienco In the matter, and that Fianco tin-
doul-ti-dly woul-i ,oiu Au-dia, Jul,, ,ma
Bnaln in promoting It. Tlnoiigliout tho
dinner the. cuuw rbatlon of th.. l.ir.ierorand
tho Itublnn Au-b.i..u'or is i-md to luuo been
marked with unusual cordiality.
Privy Councillor vn WV-rinutli. Imperial
Coinmlsslom-r for tho Chicago Pair. ha. called
for Monday u meeting of Hiopo lntvie.iud In
I tho allotmontof spaco lit tho l'alr. Tho famous
Uav.-irinn goldsmiths and nlUerbinlths whoso
I exhibit wfl6 expectod to bo a featuro i, the
i German department, havo rolusud topnrtli-l-
T'sti' unless they can havo a section In the do-
jartaont to themsolvos. Count von Caprlil
hts added not a llttlo to tho Interest of o.ihlb-
' ltor In tho Fair by telling a delegation from
the Handolstng In Berlin tlmta lino exhibit in
II Chicago would be tho best nssurnncoof the
J success of tho prospective world's fair In Ber
lin In 1805. Tha Chaneollor advised all Our-
( man InduKrles to spare no pains to eeml tlio
best thej hud to Chicago.
An explosion occurred yesterday nt 'jo
Langsilamiii strosso. Thohousownsoccujled
'Johnnn Pape. on cxtremo MoclalUt. Ho and
William Dudelstadt. also a Hneinllst, Were
nmlng explosives in a secrot laboratory in thu
cellar when Pap-; let a retort fall. Tho lumtu
was wrecked andtho walls of thu twi adjoin.
, mghousmvioro badly damaged. Both men
1 wor0f,nrlou6lyiiijurodand vvero romovod by
fa tnepollcototho jail inllrmary. Uin their
rooov err they will bo onalcnod for violation
of tho Explosives act.
I .n0,'i.l"L(Iobronilt' roctor of I-clpslo Collego.
I i.?Mtte?,eulMe ia ''mon's ca.don hy
I suiblog himself a dozon timos with a pocket
knife. All tho woumls were Inflicted In the
brc.isl. and tho lust onotouched hi- hoart.
Josef Jllchclstadt. a barber In Odonivnldeen,
Killed his sweetheart's father on Friday bo
cnusotho latter would not glvo his consent to
hisilaughler'rt inairlage. Mlcheltadt shaved
the old man dally, and recently had taken ad
antngoof tho opportunity to try to niter tho
old tnnn'.s icsolutl-in. On Friday tho harbor
l.itlnie-1 him ns usual, and then said:
" I iisk you onco moro for your daughter's
hand. Answer 'Yes' or 'No': It Is your last
Tho nli! man Mild "No." nnd Mlcholstadt nt
onco drew tho ta.or across his thront. Tlio
barber then shot himself In tho heart. Tho
larbet's apprentice, who had wltnossed tho
f.ceno. called help, but tho father of tho girl
died I cforo anybody responded. Tho harbor's
sweetheart had prospects for Inheriting con
slderiblo nionoy, nml her father objected to
tho t nrber bei-uuso hu Intended to marry the
girl tn n well-to-do grocer.
At Malm no. In Tyrol, a landslip occurred yes
terday vt bile a gang of men wero digging Into
a bteep bank on the mountain side. F-von
wero killed by falling rockfl and fho weru sou
ou sly Injured.
All the newspapers contain long articles on
tho denth of tho Grand Duchess of Mecklen-burg-Schwerln.
daughter of tho beautiful
Queen EouUe of Prussia and fnvorlto sister nf
old Kmperor William. They tnko advantngo
of tho opportunity to point out tho serenity
and sagacity of tho generation of llohoii7.nl
lerns to which thn old Kinporor and tho Grand
DuiIiom belongLd, and the tendency of rulers
of those times to do little talking, but much
ncling. Until last vear tlio Grand Duchefs had
not known a nick day. although t8 rears old.
Sho led n slmplo nnd quiet Hie. nnd was much
loved by Meclilenburgers for her chnittablo
work among tho poor.
Tho decision of tho North German I.loyd
Steamship Company not to repair tho steam
ship Elder Is tho result of tho report or
lnspeetor-Cnptniii I.elst. This decision, how
ever, leaves tho company In a quandary, owing
to its nguotnent with tho salvage lit m. Ham
burg expeith valued tluv Filler n l.CW.OOO
marks.' but Knglish experts estimated her
value at about nne-tlilrd of that sum. Tho
Noithtleiman I.lnvd proposed to the salvors
that tho l'ider 1 o auctioned offtosatli-fy thoir
claim, hut thn salvors objected, basing their
claim, meoiillng to agreement, on the actual
v.iluo nf the ship, which they wish to havo cal
culated by u board of urbltrators: Thoyurge
tho Ninth German Lloyd to pay over half of
the value nf tho ship and then sell tho ship at
their own risk. Bather than do so. however,
the North German Lloyd wl' probably re-noun-'o
all claims to the ship ifnd let the sal
vois do what they jilonso with hor. At all
events, the Elder will bo n total loss to tho
Tho growing intluenco of Robert Louis
Steven-on In Samoa has aroused tho resent
ment and jealousy of tho Gorman ofllcials
thero. Tho latest ofllclal despatches received
frem'-'amoaullesc that Mr. KUivenson takesnll
means to ur.dormino German intluenco nnd
loses no opportunity to disparage tho Germans
and tnolr representatives.
Tho.scli-ntlfl-eommittoo arranging to cele
brate in Hamburg the anniversary of thodls
eovei y of America has Issued n handbook in
tended to piomnto exhibitions of American
literature, technology, nnd geography.
l'ricdiii-h ltelsclmuer. n ilch Sdesian sugar
maker and tho foundor of mnny factories, died
this vveokin Breslau.
Franz Ktegemann. tho painter, died In Bus
sehlorf on Wednesday. Ho studied under
AVnuters. and excelled in architectural palnt
ing.hav Ins decorated some of tho finest church
interiors in Germany,
German publishers aro preparing to Iny bo
foro tho Federal Council a protest against tho
new copyright treaty with the United States.
They sny It is in general worthless nnd in
several points even harmful to their Interests.
yur a MATJV.n ton cos a hess.
Tha: V.n. Srnnlor IIIII'h View of the Ob.
J-i'lmis ICnlard to Ibe Hrlilee mil,
Senator Hill, who was at tho Hotel Nor
mnndio yoterday. said that tho accounts of
his speech boforo tho Senato Conference Com
mittee on the North lilver Bridgo bill had mis
"I did not intend nor assume." ho said, "to
mniio any especial criticism of tho Now York
city authorities. It lb their duty at nil times
to l-rotoet tlio rights of tho city and of prop
erty nwnors. I suggested that thn best
method nf jirocodnrn t n-eiiro necnsHiiry le
strlctlons was tn apply to tho Legislature that
"The i barter WPK granted by the Legisla
ture nf the State nf New York, and lint by I'nn
giesn. nml it should I e amended, if it bo
nitii-iulod ntull. by tho povvor that granted it.
Coiigicss usually, In such uses, simply grants
nr refuses a permit to build tho bridge, ami
leaves tho iiiic-tinn of protection of eitlos ami
r-roforty owner-- to tlio Logltlaturo tnat
granted tho original charter. 1 think
tho public deslro bomo railroad briilo
between Now York and New- .Tersey.
Bud ciio but llttlo a) out the squabbles nf
llvnl compi-nles seeking tho privilege. Tho
rights of .irnnerty owners should, of course,
b-i protected, bin their iinieimouublH clamor
should nrt preventtlieennstriictlonnfagre.it
public Imjiinvnmeiit. Jlavnr Grant Is a most
excellept Mr.yiir. and Is doing his duty In this
matter as lio understands it. nml ns I ntn do
ing inliie fr- m m standpoint. It seems to bo
Himplv n dllTerence f ninmon ns to what. If
unytlilng. is iRctssaiy to bo done."
MORA lll'.I.l) FIVJS ACK.1,
Ho Orlenfl Sold, nnd n a He'illt Ho Got
tslatilMil ttllli n Sword Cnnc.
Augustus Ortoutl, Frank Morn, nnd two
other Italians yesterday afternoon (ilayed
pokor in Mora's rooms nt '.'.OL'l Bromlwny,
Brooklin. Mora was In poor luck nnd didn't
take in many pots. About !i:::o tlioro was n
big pot on thn table. All four bet rather
heavily, but soon Ortentl and Mora wero tho
only ones left, tho other two hnving laid down
their liiinds. After n few bets Ortentl eallod
Mom, whn said ho had fouruees. Tho put was
tlieliirgi-bt of thn day. and. In his excitement
pulling it In, Mora, it is tnld, dropped live aces
on Unliable. ... , , . ... ,
" uu'v y cheated," cried Ortentl, jumping up
nntl iniil.ing a cruii f"l tho i ot.
"Ynii lle."iotiiited M-ira.
Mm.i hit Oitentl. stuiled tho money into his
pocket nml inn nut. Drtentl .and thootheis
tnlhiweil. In the btioet tho light vvns resuined.
Moiahada sword can'j. Ho stubbed Oitentl
In the bnel: with It. and disappoaicd, A-.uhu-liinen
Sing-on Downing of St. Mar s Hospital
lled up oitentl'i. wound, vvhlg.li vvns severo,
and timl: him to tho lospltnl. iwo hours
aflei ward Policemen Smith and Kelly arrested
HIS J.Ur.U 8CUV31K FAILED JO ll'OJlf.
Am-M ofn Mn wlioTi-leil to Kenre a Cnah.
ler Into C.l'vlns Him HVi,V00.
Pu.t Lakk. Utah. April 24.-W. C. Austin
made a most audacious though unsuccessful
nttemptto rob tho Utah National Bank yester
dny. Austin entered tho bank with the utmost
non-luilnnse. wnlkod no to tho desk and wrote
thib extriiardlnury domand on tho back of a
blank check . . ,,, . ,
'tnvo mo Sii.'i.OOO instantly or I will blow
) our brains nut" , ...
Thn pining tellnr, whom ho covered with n
iivivrr iGi.cealod by Ills overcoat, whlcli
hung over his aim, boliovlng ho hud to ileal
with a lunatic, iPuetmd for some currency to
meet the demand. Then bo remomborod that
it-it counter was of Mono and ho dropped be
hind it. lolling- "Arrest tlm robberl"!
Austin, sei-iTig bo was foiled, lied, hut was
shoilly niter arretted, llo Is bolluvod to bo
ciazy. Fur yeait. bu has boon n tniinn journal
1st, nnd has wmked on u score of leading
I'lipurs between Chicago und tho Pacllla coast.
JBreiwib oiployers In Convention,
DurrtiA Apill 21. Dologatos rcurosontlng
the local braiichos or unions of tho Browcrs'
l'.mployees' National l'nlon aro now In convon
veution Peru, delegates being present from
every Slate In thu Union. Thu convention
will probubly bu iu sossluu all this week.
BUNCOED THE EMPIRE STATE.
a rttETiT KXTi:ssirn l-tor hack of
Dnre Illahler .Still Vnmnleated Here, Annie
Or iiv llltln Illl'n.nml Hoc Mlnetiln InTlal.
lile-Hmull Hope ofl'ntehln- O'llrlen.
Tom O'Brien, President of tho Bunco Steor
ors' Union, who escaped from Keeper Buck In
t'tlca last week, has not boon intight. Davo
DIshler. the Utlca sport, who nsslsted O'Brien
In keeping Buck drunk In Utlca nnd who dis
appeared with O'Brien, Is still nt tho Gllsey
Hntise. Ho rotused yesterdy to say nnythlng
about O'Bilens oscnpo. Dlshlor says that he
Is going back to Utlca to-day. The authorities
thero havo Issued nowarrnnt for his arrest,
but tlioro aro half a dozon Albany detectives
wildly chasing around tho State, who nro
anxious to Interview him.
It Is genet ally believed now that Dlshler's
companion who went with him to Whltesboro
early on Monday morning nnd took Llvorymnn
Konyon's white In.rso to Norwich nnd then
disappeared was slinplv a "stall." Lawyer
Abo Hummel, who was first engaged to do
fond O'lh Ion, nnd who knows him well, said
yesterday that bo fell suro that O'Brlon was
not losing nny sloop because tho New Y'ork do
toctlves woio looking tor him.
" In fact." said Mr. Hummol. " O'BiIen's os
cnpo was evidently the result of a conspiracy,
with lots ot monoy nnd shrewdness to back It
up. O'Brien never would havo been captured
In London had ho supposed that tho United
States would tako thn troublo of extraditing
him. Ho thought that his case was too inslg
nillciint forth-it. nnd ho made no effort to con
"He frequented tho best known hotels nnd
vvns known generally ns "Tom O'Brien, tho
American bunco steorer.' Ho Is well Informed
on International treatlesnnd extradition laws
nnd ho Is not likely to make any moro mis
takes. In fact. I don't I ollnve that ho will be
recaptured. He bad nt lo:it thirty-six hours'
start of tho police. That Is long enough for n
m.in with his resources to make good his I
(I'ltrlen's escaro was entirely lacking in
drum.itii! features an I called for no exhll Ition
of nerve nr daring nnthop.ut nf thu bunco
steeier. Ills t i-nllilont as-ertlons for tlu-o
weeks before his escape that he did not Intend
to servo out Ms .sentence aro considered now
bv his friends us a new proof of his truthlul-
" Tom was always a man of his word." said
one of them yesterday, "and when ho bald ho
would not stay in prison I believed him."
Doc Mlnchlli. whose name has been spelled
half a dozen different wavs. and who made n
prellmlnaiv suivey nf the giound boforo a
wilt of habeiscnrpus was obtained In tnko
(i lirien to Utlr-.i finm Dannomorn. is known
ns one of tho slickest haudsaaker.s on the
Broadway taro stretch. Snriitoeii found that
he was injuring the summer business se-.enil
yonrsiign. nnd tho authorities Invited him to
Cn nwnv. and suggested the penitentiary.
Doe's face is nftlw typo generally described
ns honest, nnd he has been plover onnugh to
avoid any serious conflict with the police. lo
has a wonderfully magnetic Fin-sure-vmi-necd-a-llglitning-rod
sort nf n voice. (VBrien
has proved himself n despernto man when the
case demanded It. He can. o to ?unvYmk llvo
or six vuarsago with the roputation of having
killed his man in Clin ago.
Tom Dovine c.inio with him, nntl to-jother
they worked tho town. iu. I Miller and llimgiy
Joe were in the gang, and O'Urleii was gcu
eially regarded by the police as tho illrectnr
general id the lumen stoereis' union, although
they could nevor fasten nny serious eli.ugo
on him. Forseveral months after O'Brien and
Tom Dovinn struck tho Tenderloin district
they were mixed upln barroom brawls almost
every night. Annie Gray, who was married tn
a man named Huntington, became very much
attached to O'Brien, nnd sho doubtless fur
nislicd the money for his escape.
She paid O'Brien's lawyers, and when sho
on mo to lit lea on Tuesday night she undoubt
edly brought with her enough uinney tj rm
nih O'Brien with everything he needed.
Keeper Buck Is a littr man nn(T nn -expensive
one to keeji drunk. O'llrlen had an oppor
tunity to get Into Canada before his escape
was known, or to Boston nr New York.
It has Leon stated that hK beard was cut off
in Uiicn. Thib is not so, and O'Brien's friends
say that lie i- too proud of his beard to sacri
fice It unless It is absolutely necessary.
Mis. Buck, alter giving her bin-hand, thn
fanner, omo mnnev lit Albany after tlio es
cape, i-ume to New- York Saturday nighl. sho
lives on the second tloornf the flat houso ut
4''J Fast Seventy-second street.
"Mr. Buck has not got hero." sho snld
to a Sun reporter yesterday, "and 1 don't
know when to expect him. 1 know nothing
nhnut hisuiTalrsnny way. and I have no con
nection with this case. Mr. Buck lologrnplied
fnr me toi-nmeto Utlca and seo him. n-1 hud
tint seen him for two weeks, and I went. Did
1 knnw Doe Mlnchln nr O'Brlon before I went
tnl'tica? No, sir: 1 did not. I never lintl heard
" Did you know Annlo Gray or Hunting
"Did I know her !" exclaimed Mrs. Buck.
" Of course I dldn I know liei."
Doc Mlnchln has not been soon in New Y'ork
the past week, although ho Is supposed to bo
Uticv. April 24. Liveryman Kenyon of
Whltosbnrn. whnhas just re turned frnm Nor
wich with the l. elite hnrso which llguied so
conspicuously in the alleged escape of O'Brien
to that place, says that nearly every farmer
along the road stopped him to nsk questions
Jieuynn was accompanied to Norwich hy
Detectives Dwj'erand Jleaile of Albany. They
havo ennu on to Bingliamton. it Is thn belief
that O'llrlen Intended to lenvo the euunny by
way of Philadelphia, if it was ho who wont to
Norwich with the horse.
it if now snbi that on Tucday. the day he
fore O'llriunV i-iisii ennui up. Jiu-k o'llrlen,
Dlshlor. mid United states Deputy Marshal
MeKlwaluc of tills city went tn Yvhltoshoiii
inn line turnout. They stopped nttlm P.tric
House, nnd remained theio tor biivorul hours.
DHilcr announced tho others ns his friend.
It is thought th it a preliminary bin vey of
thu route of escape was being nuul'i and that
perhaps Buck was in full knowiedgo ol tho
When the party returned that night Buck
wnsln lino spults. At ll o'clock thonuxt morn
ing Dp-hit r and another person went to
Whilehtioro. ' he other man did not return.
Dlxhh-i did. Buck says Dlshlor and O'Brien
wero Iu Bagg's Hotel at 2 o'clock on Thurs
day moiniiig. it may have boon tnat sniiio
one Impersonated O'llrlen and that Buck was
not in a condition tn realize it.
It was learned yestoiday that whon Wardpn
Thaier of Dannnmorn sent Koopor Buck t
this city with O'ltilon under tho writ of habeas
corpus lie failed to makii n proper loturn of
thn writ, but sent tho oi iglnnl commitment In
stead. Piojier papers hud to bo mailed to him
for his Edgniituru In order that thu record
mlcht bo comi letod.
AD SOW COMES OOSEY I.1LAM).
Partly Open for Iliilii-, lint the Air Woi
Dr. rarkhurst wasn't on Coney Island yes.
terday, and the 10.000 Now Yorkers who vis
ited that resort drank beer nnd whiskey with
out Interference. The venders of boor In
glasses resombllng small buckots did tho
bulk of the buslnoss. but none of tho saloons
had cause to complaiu. All woro well patron
ized, and few bars vvero to bo soen that did not
havo from ten to twenty customers around
them. It is estimated that between 10.000
and 15,000 poisons visited tho Island. Two
thirds of thorn wore New Yorkora In search of
rest and beor. They got both, Although an
Ideal day In tho city, It was anjthlnc but
P pat-ant ut tho boashoro. The wind blow hard
ail day, and there was a chill in tho ulr which
penetrated thethlckost clothing,
All of thu railroads ran trnlnH at Intervals fif
about an hour, On arriving at the Island visi
tors were surprised at tho activity displayed
on ml sides. The rogulais wero all on bund
with their catoli-nlck I devices. Tliosausago
mini with tho bade) o nnd his side partnors,
thorliig.imio man and tho gentlemen with
Jsibo halls nnd dolls, ns well as tho long
haired Individual with tho buckskin trousers
who runs thn shooting gallon, wito ill thero.
Hevernl eoiicrt balls wero open, but their
proprietors bawled fur patronage In vain. It
was ton cold to sit down at tables.
By May IIO everything will bo in trim for a
Mint Ilia Son.ln.luw JUoaU.
Tk-uukan-a, April 2L Threo years ago
Charles Klncwell and Miss Jcnnlo Sharp
woro murrlod. Ilocontly litngwoll hus boon
beating his wife. Ills father-in-law, J. I).
bharp. a wealthy planter, want to their homo
last night to "llek lilm," Tho old man got tlio
worst of the licking and then shot lilnirwt-U
through thu heart, killing him Instantly, tihurp
aotsa io ski: the mat at home,
A. Sort or neveree-nellon vinmmtnc J'-tpe.
dlttnn From tho I'ml Side.
An expedition by oast sldo workers nmong
tho rich. In order that the oast slders niuy
lenrn for themselvoi tho actual condition of
the rosldonts of Fifth avonup, and of tho fash
ionable 400 generally, was enthuslnsllcnlly
nrrangod upon nt tho Florence building, First
Btrcet nnd Second nvenuo, yestord-iy. Tho
expedition will probably be led by tho I'.ov.
Father Huntington, who mndo tho proposi
tion. "Slumming" oxpodltlons In tho other
direction nro nn old story. This Is a sort of
Tho matter was decided upon by a conven
tion of shlrtmnkcrs, shirt cutters, and laun
dry workers, held In tlio largo hnll ot tho
1'lnrcncu htildlng. lleprebeiitatlvesweio pres
ent from tho pilnelpal cities throughout
tho 1-p-tcrn Slnto. 'i'ho audlenco was about
half women. Tho original object nf the con
vention vvns to form n slilit-tr-ide national or
gntilratlon Julius Simons i.f the Cutters' As
sembly of New York. was ('l.alrin-iti. and MSs
Mnggln Mnlionoy of L. A. '-'.it.O ot Phthiilolphla
Among otlior women present woio Mips
Mnggio Lanoof U A. U. IM. Phii.uli-li liln. nnd
Misses Mnr.ilo Sullivan, hntlo 1'i.h-i, .leinio
Kelleher. .Maggie O'lliieii. Mnggln l;vmi,.len
n.u ltnssctt. and mnny nthors. The delegates
reported progress, and it was resolved tlmta
natloniil organization should 1 n lormed. 01,1
eers will be elected nt n lut-ne meeting. It i
vvasiirmn'-od that several ouveiitlnns -Mi-mld
bn held even-year. T'lieii 1 athor IMinlliigtuii
tool; tho l'.oor and was leieived with gieat up-
Father Huntington said that tho time win
come when it was prn-n r tn e'n litli Beams !
or Conciliation l-i-tween i-npl ,vors and en- ,
ployces. The ilch blmuld know more about
thu poor and the pom-should know moro about
tliuih'h. Mumming iiarllcs hail Loin formed
by the rich to llnd out lur.v the poor lived.
hy should not tho P mr go to the rich tn seo
how-they nmunsed to get along.' IGiealAp
Iilauiii'.i J'lither Huntington then went nn tn nivtlint
next Saturday ho had arranged for n delega
tion nf east bideis tn meet a delegation nt rleli
p-'iiple ut the hciibiuiuters nf vve.-ith ami I
fashion. They woul 1 1 h-n havo nu opportnnttv
of knowing how the rich I'ved. i
All the girls voted that thn plan was just I
Fl'lendlil. and tho plnpnslllnn was n-lnpted I
with n whoop. Tho mo tltigiiiljoii'iicd then i
a well-kn vvn losiauinnt nn tho Bnwei j. near
lfnustun street, wlierethe ilel'-g.ites were'rMt
ed ton banquet. Tlioglila w -re ier,i!ed with
ll cream nn I candy, mid said that then-was
nothing limrn enjny.ililo than oiiventlm a
when tbev vveio pioperlv conducted. Some of
tlioso vvliohnd to h-iivo for other citlc.i we ;
been ise they cannot be hero to go on Father
Huntington s expedition.
;oir.vc .v hiiTt.E ltEi.t. (iaic.
A tbonC C'ontntntns: J-lx Y(-nn- Menltilnn
o.v u ISolU nnd t'-scfK.
KIx young lnds started out for n sail on tho
Pound yesterday, and one was drowned by tho i
upsittlng of the boat iu tho dangeious eddies
of Little Holt Gate. Tho drowned boy is Henry I
Storcr. He was 10 years old. nnd lived at I
j Stanton and Allen streets with his mother. I
, who Is a dressmaker. Hlscnmiianlons wero I
j Hnlurt and Frederick Vnllmer of 144 Hester
i street. Charles and Walter Boslni of 2,Iil!i
Third .-ivc-uuo, and Aehlllo Costaot 2.H!"iThird
Tho Vollmcr boys owned tho boat, and kept
it nt tlio fnotof East 124th cSri-e- Itlsalij
foot cat-rigged sailboat, safe enniigh In c-x-periencod
hands nnd in timontli water. The
boyscriiied about Hushing Bay and Bowery
Bay until about 2 o'clock, when they leached
tlio mouth of the Llttlo Hell Gate. Iho bont
suddenly drifted head on to a big boulder, nnd
careened, thiowlug tho bnys tn ono side.
Their weight upset tho craft, and tliey fnutul
thi-iiiM-lvcs llniindermg iibent In tlio water.
All clung to tho oveitlirned boi.t, except
Stnror. He was the best swimmer ami struck
out for the W.ud's liland pilule UK cloth
ing l-'g-in to dreg him down. and a stranger,
whn was rowing near by. b .irte.l for him. Hn
h.tiliiuirly reached th ilrm-.ni-ig boy when i
ho lo- nno nt Ids ears, anil Storer sank before
the stranger could reach bin.
A e en- which h-id pet nu ill a yawl from a I
wrci-klng scow re "bed tlio lads who ha-! j
clung to the caiinat ami tie, k them iislmre.
Theii clothing was diielat tile East IV 1 1 I
stieet station und tlmv went homo. Stoier's
body was not recovered.
ins siivr.i. !tfir nr. rii.iciuiii:u.
Sergeant Mef'tiliine- ol tlcr-ey t'lts Thiovvn
rrein 111-, lfn xgy.
Saturday aftei noon while Sergeant Charles
MeOuinness of tho ! ccoml jiollco precinct
Jersey City, was dnvirg with his son up
Eighth avenue, in this city, on his way to tho
baseball game, his hnrni becamo filghtoned
nt th elevated trains at l'ilty-thlrd street, and
shied, thinning the Sergeant out nf the bug
gy, Thu hoi so then ran Into n street car nnd
almost unso' tho buggy, throwing voungMc
Guinncss nut also. Ho was caught und taken
charge of by tho joung man. who was not
Si rgeant Mcuulnness Is n largo man. nnd In
falling his head struck thu pavement, llu
was carried Into n di ug store and later ho was
able to go to his home, ".Bin Third stioet. Joi
seyC'lty. Yesterday niorninil Police Surgeon Novin
und Dr. MeLuiiglillii of St. Francis l!opltai
wero called In. nnd six stitches vvero taken In
ll Wound nn the lift .Ide of Ills bend. From
his condition It I-, foaic I that lie has received
a slight fracture of llio skull. Lust night he
was icstiug very Wi 11.
jo tiiaci: or Mas. veckixvavuii,
Not ut lirr Heme In Inillnnn llentully
l'li-";C. lli-r 2Il!li:ilid TIllnUM.
Upton lam hour hist night nothing had
been beard of Mrs. Bosnmond lVclcinpnugh,
the wife nf Dr. J, 11. Peckinpnugli nf
Mni'iit Vernon, Ind.. whn disappeared on
Frlda afternoon frnm thn boarding houso at
101 East Tweiity-llflh street, Dr. p,.L.kii.
Miugli WMt liiel-neil to bellevu his wifo had
gone back In Mount v criiou.
Heexpecti-i'. le-r to leach her homo at H
o'clnck Inst night. Ho was disappointed. A
telegram finm ais I r illiei reached him ut Hi
o'clock siii lg tlmt Mis Peekiiuiiugli Had not
nrrivo.l iiieu. ami asking If any nun hlinul-l
emnnto N.-'.v Yolk". Dr. l'eeklup.iugli opone-l
the tcli-graui. nMil li. 'hen said:
" I will not speak until to-morrow. My rrlfo
may bobiilleriui.' Ironi teuipoiary aberration,
mid sho w. mid n.ituintly stint for Imme. If
the pollen thiiil: 1 -mi .eoneealliig anthlng let
thnin Investlgato fill I v. I th night my wlfu
might linvii hi en nt Mis Iteed b, where sho
used to go to school, but she wan not there."
a ciiAxri: ron a:oni:iar.
The t'onrt to be IVllHnnrd to I.t Him or
ivllh u 1'l.ie,
Blgfrlod Cinnhelm, the Hohrlcon Thentro
projirletor, who was convicted last Wednesday
of keeping his theatre open on Sunday and
w-as sentenced tnM months In thn peniten
tiary. Is still In the comity jail at Jersey City.
Ye'torday It was le-irned that n petition was
being clreuliitod. which will bo prosontod to
the Judges in the Cnuit of Gunnrnl Sessions,
usklnglura reeoiisbUiiatlon of tho sontenco
and thn Imposition of a Hun InMenil. Political
Intluenco Is sal I to be helping thlt, petition.
Judge Llnplncntt. wh i bontpneed Crniihelm.
will most likely not consanl to a incnnsldcra
tlon, but the two luy Judge may outvote him.
Tim petition will ba prosonttd eltlier to-morrow
Ilia lleiord In Ilia llnlband.
Thomas Daly, private secretary of Gen. Win
ters of Boston, enmo to Now Y'ork on Friday
and put up nt the J nth Avenuo Hotel. On
Saturday afternoon ho was walking dovvu
Broadway, nrar Chambers street, when ho
sawn crowd surrounding two stroet fakirs,
llu pushed lilt" the ciowd mid somo nno
grubbed Ills gold v.atcli and diamond pin. Ho
iiilledlor help and toe tilof was arro"ted. At
the Tombs i 'ou.it ye-turday ho was recngnl.ed
as Michael Wiits-n. mi e convict, llu said Im
h-jil never been arielud before. Detective
'JitiiH tuiiiod his lintbanil lushln nut mid
showed ,i ticket pasted then; by thn peni
tentiary authorities reading "Mlohuel Wilt-
LauiM nref.rlh. compMlraentcaron th.K.w York
Central btiUUBO LhalttiJ. AWolute r"Tcjr and fitly
GRINNING OVER THAT DUEL
sew; jvKiy ran k kiss seem in iiuxk
XT AX AMl'SIXn EV1S01IE,
And that nt Twelve t'eri-a Tnrcrt Six
I'eet bv Three Ought In lie llli-Aud
ir There Is Hlllt n Me Out lUvv l.onu
If III lloiior lies! Miillsll.-.l I
An opinion occasionally expressed In Now
Y'ork vesterdny wns that Mr. Edward I'o.x und
Mr. Ilnllelt Alsop Boirowo wur.1 not heroic
figures of (ho field of honor. They fought a
harmless duel In n Belgian sand hell iw on
Saturday, and they did not shoot very
straight. Borrown Is an Inch or so short of
two yards long und Is nearly a yard In equa
torial diameter. Edward Fox is two Inches
shott of two yards long and is a trltlo mnro
th'an n yard v.ido mid nluut n yard thick
through tho middle To plctuio tho taigels
moio vividly. It inuy be mid that each gun.
tlomen was neatly nno-lhlrd thn so of a
barn door. A duelling pistol Is almost big
enough to bo called a gun. It Isinade to shoot
straight. It pulls with a hair trigger, does
not kick, and when It Is pintcd stc ullly In
nny direction, nnd thn trigger is pulled, tho
bullot goes In that diieclion. Thu duellists
Hood about ten yards apart. It seems ns
ono of them. If his hand was steady, must have
scored one out of n possible two.
The story of thu duel written by a reporter
of Titr.Su.N, who witnessed It, was printed In
Tiik Si'N yesterday morning and caused talk
nt tho clubs and auiung the lighting nn.il In
town. "Bonnwo was lucky ho d dn't face
Drayton." was often hoard. "It's well for Fox
Hint ho inudo his pe.ico with Mllbank," was
ulsc i bend, und there via-, svmpathv ex-pressed
lor I nx's Dock co.it. wlilcn was bn cruelly p-r-foraled
by lloirowo'b scemid bullet. Anoutli
ei n gentleman who bin. been in several duels
himself, was n-ked:
"Does tlio fait that linrrnvvp. stood up nnd
permitted 1 ox tn shoot tvvien.il hl-u relievo
liln from il.e. charge of cowardice put on him i
bv I'Dleinait Diaytnii '
Tin go- tinman rubbed his chin nnd drnwled
n-ljoiilveh' "Well Mm lact- that -he- laced
1 ox -atter rerubliig tn-fn-e - Hiaytnn '
so 'i.ih intlier-to -be an- Indication -that
Drajlii coiild-blin t. X . .if r. Jorr ivv's po
bitinn Is not nlt-ied In the i.iiiuisof Mr. Dray
ton's ft lends.
"Now. the Idea "tills ger.lleinnn contlnucil.
oi Borrow o and IV:: meeting on n llehl of
honn.-makes mo tired. Thero was no llehl nt
honoi about It. Let's look at the whole thing:
1 lie corre-poiiilen -n letweili llmrowo and
Di.ijtnn was inane public by Fox. Fox de
clares it win I Kidu ii.li lie liv aillhoiity of I!,r
lnwe. iiormwo write n letter and tells Fox
he Is a liar nml aeowurri. Fox challenges hlni.
J hoi- Invite two rejioiters to M-e the light ui
that it shall him sullh-iciit notoriety. They
light, l'u-c Is bliot thioiigh the coat tall-
Bmrowe then takes back all that he bail
about 1 nx. Fox, wounded as he K takes back
nothing. Inch declares bis honor biitlslled.
J 'mil praises the other's courage anil thev rutin-.
This is fine, isn't it.' 1 do not believe
that either man meant to shoot tlmothor. If
elthei'dld.llii'ii it Is clear, eonsiile-iiig their
sires, tlmt e i--h man was too filghtened to
" Is an exchange nf shots without the spill
ing of blood sunlcicnt un-lei tho eo.lo to wipo
out l i n delibmnte Imputation nf lying and cow
ill dice " asked the lepnrier.
" Well, in lids case, roinemhor. the ennt tall
of one nf tho Runtlemea was tnjiiied. That
nughtto In cnnsiilored. 1 think tlmt, under
the code, the gohtliiinen enuld n-zree that tin Ir
hnnnr was satisfied. But I ox. at l.ibt iiccniintp.
reito-ated Ills iiccuintinn that leiimwe lied. I
should say th it as long us he continued snjitig
thoL bo long would Borrowo havo to keep
. HIS MOfSTiCllE MUTILATED.
A JLoaa tbitt (iiiised Pea.pone-ncut or
Abrnhnm I'eecU'a Veddlnr.
Abraham Pecollof 21 Mooro street. Williams
burgh, asked Justice Goetllng. iu tho Loo Ave
nuo Police Court, yesterday, for a warrant for
tlio arrest of a barber whose misplaced en
thusiasm had so altered his appearance that
tho young woman to whom he wns to In
1 married at noon ha 1 i of used to carry out Iho
I engagement. Acconllng to his story, ho went
I into Israel Cohen's b-rbor shop. Jilt Ewen
I stioet, nt 8 o'clock in tho morning. Ho was
then tho possessor of n lair of inous-ta-hes
that. joined with carefully
trimmed whlskors. spiead out over his
coat collar, gave Iho Impression that the mous
taches were mole than nine Inches hi length.
He sat ilovvii Iu u disengaged chair mid told
the oi erntnr to clean him up.
Thn barter worked so deftly that ho fell
asleep. When he awoke tin whisker portion
of his moustache on tin- rirlit -.idi- li.nl l,it-n
shaved off, le ivlng one bide the original u.no
iin-hes und tho otlior less than three inches
Hn cursed the barber, who dec'arcd ho had
only obeyed otders. Cm sing did not do any
a 1. ami to make him-dint nil prconlulile
1'eicoli was compelled tn b.icilllco tho other
i hen ho went to tho bouenf his betrothed,
27 Moore streLt. but she unused he bald, to
sieak to him. In vain ho tiled to explain the
causo of disllgiirement mid that tho whlskors
would grow ngiln.
Sim ii-fiibt-d to listen to his arguments, nnd
tnld him that tho maiilagi shnuld not come
oft until they wvio restnu-d to tin Ir
piistinn proportions. While be wns mi j
his way homo to bewail tho dashing
of tho cup nf happiness, from his
lips he met a filcnd, lo whom be cnullded tho
causeof Ills giiefi-. lid nT Ills altered a ppc.-u n nee.
Thu friend cnnvluied him that the mistake
wns madn t hiuiilliit- him iu the eyes
nf the kIiI, vvh-i had declined to ac
cept the l,m berV attentions Iveoli went
nt mice to emu t for iho wnrinnt. ,-illcging
malicious mischief, .lusllcoiloctling promised
tol-fuotlu v.iiiiaut as soon as I'ccoll learned
the barber's name, Pccoll declined tn give
the namool the gill who loved I, is whiskers
belter than himef. but 1 ite hibt u'ght. he told
a reporter that ho i,a i 'till a i iichelor.
SAVED lll.llShl.l' IIV ri.OATIXa.
A Plenaure 1'm'I.V Upset V.'hlle Healing, aud
One Ouf o( J-'onr In Jrcivm-d.
roiiTSMot'TH, N, If.. April 24. Itoso Foster.
Ktbel Gray. 0cnr Trofethon. nnd Frml
Burke, all of this city, started up tho
PiMmlnnii.i llivor this murnlns In u
sailboat lo get wild (lowers. When neiir
tho Poitsinnutli mid Kilters' bildge. the
strong rtiirnnt sent tho boat ngainst tho
budge and tho four worn upset Into the river.
Tielethoii caught hold nf a spllcn ni the brldgu
mid (lulled himself out nf thn water. Thn
swift iiinnlngtidoBWOPt thn others through
thn bridge up tho river. Burke tried to sup
port both of thn girls, but, (lulling that he
could not, let goof Miss irny. who tinned on
her hai k and Heated In the water.
Tho cries for help fmiii Tn-fethen caused
tw i bnatntoput out trim two bclumners. Him i
boat reached thn liny girl, wh-i hud llor.ti-d
half a mile up the rive:-, and picked lor up
unharniod. Tho other I nut vunt nr Burke
Hlld hl-cnmpiililJlli I'Ut JUst before the ln.it
reached them Burke became exhatit.tod mid
Was ill'nwiled. . . .
The Foster girl wns sinking for tho third
tlmo when Rho was rescued. She wns taken
ashoie at Kittery. and alter bolus unconscious
n pally two houiSi locoverod her senses, but
has been In n very pi ecaiious condition all day.
Their Thieving Porter (.'aught.
Joseph IT. Doerr of 40 Thompson streot
wns arraigned ut tho Tombs Police Court yes.
tnrday morning charged with grand larceny.
Thu complainants. Muser Brothers. Im
porters of Belglnn laces at 407 nnd 4i!0
Brooma streot. alleged that Doerr, who has
been their porter, had stolen since Jan. 1
about M.OOO worth of hicns nnd trimmings, and
sold thorn to Anrollna Hello, who with her .hus
band koens afnnuy goods store at tlfi Hiillhan
streot. Mrs. Hello was also n prisoner. De
tectives Titus nnd Kiaui-h followed thu potter
from the storn on Sntuidny iiftornoon to
Bello'fl place.wheie ho disponed ol throe pieces
or luco (rl mining. Senrchliigtho lunise u mass
of stuff was discovered, nil the pmportyof
Musur Blethers. The gnods wein taken tn
Police Headqunrters. Thn detm-tve aro
boarchlng for Bulla Doerr was remanded,
Oi-rmuny'a Wnr Mllnlaltr tn J'rllrr.
London-, April 21. Tho itorllrt eonesiond
cntof tho Times says: "It seoms cort.ilu that
Gen. Von Knltenborn-fitachuu, War Minister,
will rotlro shortly, Tho reason assigned is
" The real reason, however, is that it Is not
desired that tho important army reforms
changing tho period of service from three to
two years should pass Parliament under his
I'AXKJ IX A VtlVIUtl.
Pnper Pinners nn ttie Allnr '(eli Tire nnd
!stlniH d; the ('nnirrcittlcr.
FonT Wavm:. Ind.. April 2I.-AI St. Mary's
Cnthollc ( Inticli nt II ' o'elecl. this moinlng.
While the big e lillce was tilled nlmi t to sufTo
call in,, i p.uil- u, curled. Tho altar ami the
interior of the f.iihedial were pioluscly deco
rated with urtllb-hil Mowers, as a largo num
ber of children woro taking their llisti-om-tiiunlon.
A gust of wind disarranged a I uiich
of paper roses, whlcli blew against a lighted
taper, and in an Instant tho whole tmiit of thu
church was In 11 lines.
Children scri-miied, women fainted, and tho
entlro tungtegallon. j. -iiiio-stricl.cn. mndo a
wild rush for thodoois. Many were tuimpled
uiiilei font, mnl n nu-iiber vr ui morn or less
seriously Injured, 'll.n pne-ts and cooler
liemlsnmnng tl-e ine-i excited every offoit to
cali-i tin: filghtened inngreg.illnn, nnd nt last
snccoodoil. The decoi.-itl ns wcio toili frnm
their places as quickly as possible, but not
b-rnrn the priest and n number of his assist
mils wiin qtilto severely burned about tho
hands and arms.
iiiiEtt 2o run: a cnvnai.
The 1VIIJ L-midiie! nr Mnrlu Vliilnin In Plnln-Ili-ld
PtvtNni i.n, April '(.- lust after service be
gan In the Cii'seont Avenue Church this even
ing n vvnmnti nmiipil .Maria Mahan rushed Into
the vestliiiilemid fiMiiincnti which sho cnrrloil
scattered n iluld on tho floor. The ndornt
tracted (ho nttontlon of an usher, who recog
nized It as kerosene. Ho seized the woman
and tried tn put her out of tho building. Sho
shrieked Hint she would burn It over Dr. Illch
nrd.s's head. Dr. lllcli.itds Is the pastor. Thn
usher llnally sucocded in clouting her. but
while he was sunimmiliig (l policeman sho
nouiod koroscno on the sircct stops nnd along
the sides nf tlio building, nnd succccdod l:i
sitting the ke:osene on flic.
Tho llames wero quickly extinguished, how
ever, without nny nno In tho cnngregitlon
knowing of thoalTalr. Tho woman was (akon
(ntlio toll"o Mat Ion by n policeman, and sho
will be examined as to her faulty. Shu Is a
servant, and works for Cleurgo Wharton. Jr.,
In First pluce. '
ovi.n the mtinai: ixio hie iiiveii.
Tile Locomotive I'ell Into (he Water, but
the Curs Itvmntned safe.
St. Alsin-r, Anril 21. Tlio looniotlvn at
tached to a Bouth-I outid train on the Contrul
Vermont iiallroud plunged into tho liver from
an Iron brhlge.nt Des Blv lores. P. (,., twenty
seven miles ninth nt St. Albans at 2 o'clock
this morning. Brnkeman George Jelly was
killed. Engineer Babcock fractured his thigh,
and Fiicmnn James Mineh.in was badly
When within about thirty feet of tho bridgo
tho engineer noticed nn obstruction on tho
tiaek, the nature of which was Indlstlngulsh.
ablo In tho darkness. He promptly applied
the air brakes, but It was too late. The loco.
motive wns thrown fiom the track with such
force as to sever -lie lateral braces of the
bridge, causing the Mooring to give way. and
precipitating the engine mid lender into tho
The train did not follow. 1 ut tho forward
car hurled over the edge. Tho water was low.
and the engineer and Mreniau managed to
ciaivl out. lir.ii.ennin Jelly was nn the en
gine. Ho was bulled In tlmennl from tho ten
der nnd drowned. Ho leaves n wife In St.
Albans. Tim wounded vveio brought to this
place. The train -vii In two sections, the llrst
of which ele-ired tho bridgo nifely about an
hour before tho wreck.
THAWED HIS FAITHLESS lrjVA
She Wns nt n Hotel ltllh Her Pnrnntour,
und Iloth are nw In .l.ill,
Onvxp 1: wins. Mi.-h.. April 24. -Mrs A. K.
Tyson and Edward II. Mortimer, tho latter of
Chicago, me iu jail to-night on a charge of un
due intimacy. Mr-. Tynan is solo soprano in
St. Mnik's Episcopal Church, and her voice
has charmed tho worshippers in tho most
fashlonablo church in town all winter.
Sho is a pretty brunette, with dnrk hnlrnnd
eyes, a favorlto in inuical circles and sncli ty.
Her husband is foreman of the Stanton Print
ing Company, and for somo tlmo past lias
doubt ml his wife's fnithfuliu-s'.
List week ho inteicepled letters which con
firmed his suspicions, mid yesterday Imt.ild
hi wife he would b-mil of low 11 over Sund ly.
He leleguiphed toMi rtimer. mid ihls morning
he at iiv, d. i
Mrs Tison sang ns uual in church this
mo-iiiiig ii-iilering an nntlu-m with tlnoeflnct.
This nfieiiin u: Mieiiff McUuee-i knui-Ki-il at I
the door of Moithnur'h ronin in tho hotel, Mrs.
Tison wns wit Inn.
"Do vou know this womnn?" tho Sheriff
n'ked of Mortimer.
Mortimer i-p! -d that sho was his wife, nnd
Mis.Tison thiewher arms mound his neck
to conllrm this statement.
The Injiiicil husband thon came In and 'lis
.ippcnraiH-ii e.-iuscd tho gulltv pair to eollai ,e.
Tile couple were taken to jnll to await foiinnl
eiitulnnl action to-uiorrow. .Mortimer is with
Maiidel Bios.iii Cliicngo, and foinierly lived
S1AHS .- Itr.SlSAXD.
Mrs. Petty Niiddenlj nnd I'n.ieenuntiilily He.
eoineM Vliileulli Ins inc.
Bridget Petty. 4." years old nnd tho mother
of sevon chlidien, becamo iiiiano suddenly
hist night and stabled her husband. William
Petty, iu tho bend beeatin -, ns sno said, ho was
attending to the baby and neglecting her.
Shotiied tostiib him a second tlmo Iu tho
bend, but ho threw up his arm and caught tho
polnl of thn weapon Iu his wilst. Ho ran to
(In-sticet. where llmiiidsman I Inkerlou and
Policemen I'eillymid Edwards met him.
I d wards lied up thu v-ninul ill the wrist,
which hud severed nn niteiy, nn-! thoother
policeman arrested tlm w-nni.in. It took tlioli
lomtilned streugth to get her to Iho Bedford
nvenue station, JVtly s a hi bore.
He nivs his wlfo noes ii ,t diink and that
they had never bad any trouble before. JHit
wounds me not dangerous. Ho was tukon to
tlio Eastern Distiict llospltnl.
Itolslntt Money lor tlir Cii-.int Monument.
Thenrtlstsof this city have resolvod to In
vite rveiv piluter lo coiitilbiiti! some work to
be sold ut a piiblii) mle. at which ( h.-iuncey M.
Depew . nd Hoiace Porter w.ll ,icl us auction
enrs This i-uiniiiltteu to l.iko ihargn nf tho
matt -r has bc-ii cins..n. Albert liiniMult. II
V.Wiirnus ,1. II. p.ilpii, ,ti , t. Butler.
il.-..-s l.i receive i tilliiitioiis to thn Grunt
J oiiiiineiit I und Inn., been placed at every
Million of ih.ii-lovnti'il l.-iilr wid-s
i In-clciks.-.nd servants nl the Pnlnii I.eiguo
flub hivo organized themi elves into ,i ml,,
committee tn leeolm their own , iii.utcn.
Ibe le-v iriiiir has Issued .nders .n- the
Tlrl li'igii'l- tn ii.uadn on vYclmmlny ii tl ,j
cereap'oi .;f laving (hn e un-rit.p. or Hi i
to-iib. re has directed A. pi lien, Poller to '
lep-e-ent hn:i with Ii s slalf In eis of his .
Imibil'H.lv r-asonof thee.'..iM-..,uiiof tho
Leglslntilte. to be present. I
Several clergymen spo'.-.i In their pulpits
ycMeid.vof Ihodutyto bubscrlbe to tho fi.nd '
for the monument.
iTrled Hul.glns .trier J'nlU fJieen Tnlled,
LAWi.r..xcy. Mass.. April 2I.-Peter lino, ,
charge. I with tlio murder of hts wife Minnie,
on April .1. rommlttod fincldo this morning)
by linnclng lilmself In li'scil while the nthor
prisoners weritnttendl ,g n-liglnus seniles i
Sunn his ennlln-i nent Inn told an olllcer !
tllllt the nlgllt a'tel Ibe inn ler he V flit Into n
tirui: si 'in mid bought ,i dnsn i.f p.irls grei p.
which he tool:, but vvhk-h failed to Ii ivo a filial
xviii'H- Ypsii-it n',. riic w't-
A M 1 'O O' I lt H-l. ' 'l I I i-t nn r.i.-i,
Sl'"l; J ,o !7,i 11". luir.l I., llu .1 1.0 , .t.
S.ll' II " '. ' Vlikl -f hn ! , I 'ii, c
l..:iti, i inns','
I VI -'on .; , i,i.ni -ir.-, i I ii-i r, a In .'in !.
CSiio. 'I ,m --.or, liiea ,n ,1.11,1 i.o i in -.-',,
f, : ilV llicmlsm l i ,, i n ,l i , ii i i on !
11 l.p, I ll,nilir"ill,'r I'lrrl luill l'ir il.tni .(,-, t.' ,.
7 .'.o l.l l-rey si il. i li 'I'-'iij-iC'l 'bono:" liiltin.',
H.ao .'UT Knit ellllll teurili t j ,-vt llu uu. i nin ,
lUiiuci.- ;.'., 4o, iai.i i.ii.i jr.uih ilmt, 11 l.fluil.
Jcnilry, ilauiaiit- 9'Joo.
Idlest Marine Iutclllsasa.
li ArUsss, from Ittw Tors, at Quaiaitttra.
TIIII.I) PARTY MOVEiMKNT. ii
si.cm.r toMEiiEsci: of silvee men yj
JV WASlllXOTOX. (jj,
Thev villi I'nlle wllh (he Alllnnoa and jti
.'oliiliiiile n Nnllniuil Ticket ir Neither )
nl-tie (lid l'.iitir I'mor Free Colnoce.
W.vs.iisiiton'. Apill 24. Sonntorn Tellor, tji
Morgan. IMnM. and Sanders nro snld to havo K
taken an nellve pait during tho past wock la ?-t ' I
tho seciet proceedings of tho National Silver f. '
Committee, which bus been In session horo. j
Twenty States wero repreionted. nnd It has V ' t
developed that the meeting was ot moro than S" !
ordlnnry inipoitiinco. It is assorted by J f
iiiemhei's of tlio commitleo that a last K ' j
ir-.ii t will bo mndo by the froo colnags I i
ndvne.-iti'S at tlielrcnnveiillnn, which has been t I
called to meat In Washington nn May 20. to !
Induce i nn nf Iho grent political parties toln- 3 ; l
ii poiale In tin platform a Iroe-colnago plankt vl ' jj
that If efforts In that illructioii fall, thn froo- II ! 6
coinage men will tako steps to niganlzo a 1 Jj j
third put v. tho basis of which will bo tha ? I !
Fanners' Alllai-.eo mid nil dovotort advocates ,'0 KJ
of free hllv r; that n convention will bo called. ,i I I
at which Senator Teller will bo nominated i p
for President, mid Col, Polk of tho Farmers' k , f
Alliance for ico-Prcsldeht.nnd a platform " o - p
adopted containing but a single plank, pro- I j;
vidlng for tho free nnd unlimited colnnco ot .I i, -
both goal mid silver. Fi lends of Senator Tel- i '
ler maintain that ho will accept tho nomlna- '
Hon upon a strictly llniincl.il platform, pro- t '. !
vldeil the great parties nomlnato men un t, ,
filemlh lofrie coinage. S I
A mnn familiar with thn movement says that lr
Teller and Polk, it nominated on such a pint- $ 1 S
form, would cerlalnly bo nbloto carry tho ';, j jj
Stntesof (looigla, Alabama, North Carolina. tr e 7
South Cainllnn, Cnloinilo, Nevada, Mon- j. f
tana, Nebraska, Kansas, Washington, and T I SI
Idaho ; havo nn equal show with. r il
other c.indid.iles In Illinois. Missouri. If jj
Minnesota, Aikansns, and Texas, and If tin- nli 1
nblu t j si euro election direct, that they could IjH
at toast throw the choice, of a Prer.llent Inp 3 i &!
the lb. -no of Bcpiescnlntlves, where.lt Is i f:
lialined, the frco-coliingi-candldato would ba 'jit i
almost ceil.iin of i lection. lj I fl
Tlio National SilvcrCommittoo will probably v i S
llniuly adjourn to-morrow. if"1 H
li.i.tsois xor ron ci.evet.axd, f I S
The ltr-nlii!loiis Will Point Out flint He la S I r
.'nl the Mn.i tn t.'nlle I be llrmncracy. Z ) 5 1
Wasii'V'.tox. Aptil 24. Tho Dpiuocrntlo 7- J ft
Cnnventi. in of thu Stnteot Illinois will bo held Jj 1
on Wed lies lav. und. notwithstanding the. state- a 1 jK
menlsiif William 11. Morrison to tho contrary. I W
the delegates will not bn Instructed to votont 1)1 E
Chlia,"ifoi Iho iinnilnatlon of (inner Clevo- ,$ .
land. Indeed. the icsolutions to hn adnptoil ilJK'
will point out in the clearest possiblo manner 1 m
that Clevelind is not tho man to unito ths i'llw
Democracy of the country, and that therefore rjf m,
ho Is n it tlio man to bo iininlnated. fi fiE
Theie will bn nbout 7,"i0 dclegntes In ji' M
tho Convention, mid of this number nt fij' jJEJ
lenct ,'Ot) aro plodged to do overj thing ' m
In their power to advance the Interests of Hen- j;; Kj
ntor.Tnbn M. I'almer. Tho Senator will not x W
seel; to havo tho delegates instructed for him. . ' JE
but ho means to keep control of them just tlio ( W.
siine. and not allow them to aid in the work of Kf S
disrupting nnd weakening tho Deniocrntlo fc' lu
raity by v ting for tho nomination of Grover j ', ff
Clevolnnd. jj 5 m
Senator Tnlmer Is tho author of tho resolu- ( ) fit
tlnns th it will h- adopted by tho Conventlnn. U ? '4JB
nnd whlcli havo nlrcmlv been mniled tohll iK ff
parly niatiagers In Illinois. Theso rosolutlons S Lft
will not, ns him aire oly benn f.iIi), contain In- ' "'"-jj U
striicllnnh for I'.ilnier.'but they will commend vV M
him to th-i Denincracyof the country ns a suit- A M
;il loci mill hi to for tlio Presidency. They will tills?
ileclire t li.it he p issnsscs tho confldencoof $! ef
tliuDem ii-r.icy or Illinois, nn-1 that, if ho can M j it'
Lo of service to t Iu Demoeiuoy of tha "Mt
rountiy. Illinois will give him her sup- !
(lotf. The n .solutions will s.iy fuither if fiF
that while Illinois will stippo:! u-iy iiominea til lit
ofthep.iitv.it piirtlcuhilly deslies (ho nnnil- St!
iiati in of a man who can unite iho Democracy jj f (ffi
nfth iiintiy ni-il ! elected. Tho dolegatos jj j Bk
will bo instructed vntons a unit, the high- 7'iWP
est dutyof thu Djniocr.icy of Illinois being to Sfnrl
s act as to be. i.rn De.-noctatlo success ?IfM
tlirmiglimitthe cn.intiy. If anv refereneo is "'fipi
m.-idet iiiiovvrClev- -1 1 nl it will be merely in ilij K?
i a complimentary way. and in language to bo Kit S
i li s. I, i i ih, cn, i;,M.,f S.'iiat .- Palmer, who iat 'fW
des-res above ill things, his no iiuaton. ttf Ml
llllll-'is will h i.e el.-hl delegales-at-largein Hlk$
the Nation il I'o'ivniiilon, mut (he nimesot fi -5re
seven li ive air.- idy been aieel mn-i as fol- wleX
1 Hi's; 1 oiigre-siiieii Spiiiuei-anl 'niie,Gn!i. Vl,'3vl
Villain Stevens ii. ex-Sneaker ''rafts, and -&! eC
Messi". Green and f hn-o nnd Judge Greou o! ,' if.
t hicago. Hy
Tim V.Viti ln-r. $'?!
II, eli!" II)- co.t.T ueallv-r iqin-n! filer Hid Uks j Jj '
rik-C'io. i ti-ril ij. in -iliu hj-ittivmr 1 ulltt un nreAor Ji?l
liUh 0'i'ir-. In tin leirllicru i-.ir!. i,rillii,i,l'iiinliv I?) q4j
lil.i, Xs Vnrl-. mi.l Verne in u mot frmn4 leil lielinr off jtT'
fiioliu, riiei n h',1-1-, in i- 'ii.nTtl.ti- uicrn iu uln-n a m'!
loiirlinl llm .-nl,: iv.ne blioillil hi- p It In V I. l.tl.-lilior- '-.' SfAli
lie.ll. low riiiv: fit- u-iiiin-raiii'i- i'.eij,"i r.ir Inn-. lo- f.1 ttji
niktil .f r ir leutli as .Xi-u .fi-ri-'i uifft
llu re ii a sterol neiillis- i-fti'.inl from Iho Nnrlti- y? a5
u-o-.t M.ili- l ti it P, ,ha In s enlist, lend, fere o nml U liii
I-n-iiili-l hv w.iri.'.rr wi.illnr :u -t run in lh upper 'i1ttVf
.Vti.slimippl V.il i-y b-iit' This ibtt.rl ,ln'n Hlltt-oOU llf.
it!. lp.itc tin' f,i ,-r uc.itder ini-l ri.uh ll,c AlUtitic1 '-(PP
Mull n at ii it llt-lle F-lny J3 1 Vjut
I li tills rlt vii-l.rtii t tie liU-h-t t.inprr ittiro wur iwlf&li
nr. luni-Ki, in , limn uiy .ivi-Tiireil 47 perroni.i nt.l Jf! Sfijji
I- M It wh :;i, ihn Im-. I,.- the month, tlio uiml ); Sjl
clnni.'1'cl rriiei mhiiIi lo imr hw, (t, nicr.i,-e velocity, 10 -ff, .C
niiK nn ho-ir. ,M
Tht tin rmomrter at P-Try'ii pt.irmacy, In Tin Put p .fVi
QiiUilbu,rii-i'ril,-,ttli-tc.iiinriturce.terlAy iiifolloMit . iA JiU
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Pur v-CHicrri hit Vor'., f Ur; norlherly wui'li. Jhij iUKm
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