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HOUNDED TO HIS DEATH.
JVDQB XOItMtLE A V1CI131 OF I'V.
MZEIPH bT. I.OVIH NFAYbVAVFAU
"far Hon ThAi it Year," He Wmld f the
Atrocious I.lhellera nf the rot.Ilaiateh
Have Hod Me on Ihe Uaek"-Thea, De
ulrins of lledreea. He Swallowed Pol.
ooa A Heaaltlee Nature Wrought Upon
r Falee Aceueatloaa and by Mallcloua
Bemlndera or an Mumble lllrth-No
Merer Prom the Aaaatlnnl liven Arier
the Victim' lleulh-Edllor McCullaBh
lioTed to u Mntn Cliuraclerlanlloa or
the rounder of I'ullla.er loarnalleui.
LBt. Louis. Aug. 10. Judgo Jamas 0. Normllri
Ot the 8t. I.otils Criminal Court committed
uicldo by taking poison ut 10. DO o'clock jos
. ,. terday morning In his bodroom. on the tlilrtl
& floor of M'-'i Washington nvonue. Donth en-
iW mod wltliin n few minute attec ho took tho
I draught. And at 2 1'. M. tho body of tho widoly
)P V known Justlco was on a bier In Coroner Irwin's
back oflle. According to tho last writing of
tho Judgo ho sought by suicide to escape tho
Tlrulont attacks of tho l)it-l)ispatch, the ovon
Ing nowspanor published horo by Joseph
Pulitzer, proprietor of the Now York H'nnU
He had boon pushing a libel suit against the
dltors ot the Ymi- DupateK but, as ho says In
his last note. It would have boon lone b6foro
the easo oould havo been broucht to nn Issue
lnthooourts. and. monntlmo. the paper was
harassing htm beyond ondurance. Ho ho ro
olved to put hlmsolt boyond the rench of Its
) Judge Normllo had roquosUd tho houso-
keepor to call htm at 11 A. M. Hecolvlng no
response to hor knocks, Bho summoned others
In the house, and whon tho door was opened,
the Judge was found upon his bod doad. On
the south sldo of the bed. the head ot which
Was to the oast, stood a revolt lnc enne-soatod
Ohatr. On the ohalr was a stenographer's
thlok-rulod book, with covors closed, a
emoothboro" class, tho sides ot which
bowed a w hltlsh deposit or stain, and bosldo
the class a IW-oallbro Colt's reolvor. all Its
chambers loaded. If tho poison failed to work
or gave him pain, ho bud the rovolror ready
for use. No deposit was noticeable In the bot
tom ot tho class. On the first and socond
paces of tho stenographer's book, written with
lead pencil In tho Judge's running hand, an
parontly undiaken by nervousness or fear, and
netthor dated, addressed, nor signed. v as this :
' "Kor mora than ayeartlioatroutousllbollors
ot tho I'osl-IhsimUli have had mo on tho rack.
They have almost untlttod me from perform
ing my judicial dutios. and mado lite llttlo
less than a protracted torturo. For tho past
week I hate slept little. 1 concluded to go to
the office nnd kill Horenco White, but I have
just this morning abandoned this purpose, ns
I shrink from taking human life, especially
while being u Judge. 1 cannot fight tills paper
In the courts. Tho law is blow, and It would
be more thin a ear before I could get the
damngo eusnbiought to u trlul. I crave roet.
whU.li. ulasl 1 riust nwk m tho grave, upon
Whoso brink I pencil theao closing lines."
v Thero Is only unit sentiment In hi. Louis re
garding tho death of Judgo onnllo: that Is,
that he Is another victim of the I'n.l-lHialri's
rnalcvolenco und the l'ulIUorsiUIo of journul
lam. lie wus litorally huunded to his death.
1. l'ora ) ear or moio tho J'j'-.ViM)iii7i hud been
I pursuing hltu with ndlculu nnd abuse. His
I erer)' public act wiib held up tu scorn. Xooue
I knew hotter ihun tiiocond dure of tho Jml-
I i Jh;nMi themselves tint line sensibilities ot
I the man and Ids scrtipiiloius regard forall the
1 niceties and proprieties of life They knew.
too, that aliuse wounded him t" the quick.
Judgo Normiln'suno great weakness In prl-
vratoand In public Wow as hlsoverwoeningde-
etre to please ho never gave n human being
cause to dislike him. Ho wus us tender ns n
I , woman and gallant as a knight of old. Hut ho
I a,ppruciutd the dignity of the .bonch nnd up
I held It. Ho yus not In uny way connected
I with the domluatit taction in ht. Louts politics
1 or v lth the uduiinlht ration of the city's aflatrs,
1 Which the l'tifl-IlitiiiiUU iirofuoseft t hi llgllt
I lng for the piibllo weal. 1 ho paper know this.
I Btlll for Borne Inscrutal lo reusun he whs
elnglod out tiraps.iiilts. 'J he anaults finally
I became rougher tlinn his friends thought he
should Htand, and they udlod liliu to bring
actions for criminal libel nnd for damages.
I This gaxothe paper tho opportunity It had bo
j long wante 1. andthe llooilguteBof lt3ltupora-
f tlon weie opened wide upon liirn.
t A Judgn Nnrniilo was conceded to boneof
h-sl tho most euliolaily nnd erudite men of the
KuJl West, and vet the JuMisuaiti- reiracnled
him as un ignorant blockluud. Ills coni rsa-
n tlon and demeanor wero thoso of a gentlomnn.
TB and yet the l'lilltrer pupor pictured lilm us n
ward bummer. 'Jho impordar In and day out
. ridiculed his nttalntnaut.s and scoffed at Ids
TaTl centilltv. liilllncsuutii nnd raui-edge sar-
ICHsm alike v,oro iuirled at him. He was im
perlouhly proud proud of his attainments
without being boastful or ostentatious pioutl
of his public career without being urrognnt,
nnd proud of his social position without being
haughty. He couldn't understand how such
cruel things could be said of him as woru
dally linontod by the Ihl-DiniaU It.
To kill his trndunors was the thought that
first entered his mind, and to kill not only the
managing editor of the paper, but to eutor the
ofllco boldly and shoot down every one con
nected witlithoedltorlal department v. as tho
Idea that for n while was uppermost. Hut he
reflected that if he should pursue such snvage
methods of ncenglng his woumlod honor ho
would be remembered ns a slayer ot men
rather than us a courtly, kindly gentleman.
Thus, with his pride crushed and his In nit
blooding, he nought Ills room nnd. with a dose
of prusea"ld. ended Ills life,
rerlittps ilwi best summury of Judge. or
mllo'scfiairtcter Is that written by .1. H. Me
Cullagh. editor of the (llnbr-lhmuon: which
was published in that paper this moiuliig oer
Mr. MoCullagh'rt bignnture. Auioug other
things Mr, Moi'ullngli buh:
"The death which Is to-day so widely de
plored wuh largely due to and prumntod by u
superuenHltlveness of nilnd und disposition
which existed in Normllo raoro thin in any
man within the circle of my aciualntatKO.
The ciltlaiem drova him to the deed ho
knew to be uniiirt unci know to bo malicious,
but tlis only intensltku his grlof and aggra
vated his emotion. lle.Biw that n suit
brought by him to vindicate his judicial
honor was to bo turned Into what
ho conceded to bo a lorbccutlon, con
sisting ot nn oMiiMiro of certain facts
of his early life, of ,hkh mo-t men would be
proud, hut of which, trutli compels mo to say.
ha was ashamed This wn- tho one Haw In tho
Normllo diarncler. I'eiluips it Is bolter lo
call It i-enlth oners th m slinmo which Impelled
him to Kileuco on the stinjoct of his early
days, 'llioio was i othlng in his history
to ho ushauied of, hut much in his
mj.s youthful htruguluof widen must mon would
71 be Proud; hill ho liutod to ho held
Jl up befoio the world as tho Irish son
- of un Irlbh pomnnt uudaftirwaidn htruggliug
si workman of humble sort In haiis.is and else-
Where. Ho wanted his hlograph) to begin ami
end with luwir and .liutge. lie would 1imo
,' himself unpear ulwuss a Inittoillj and nei u
itrub, so that there w ei two kinds if hoiis.
tlvencNU conhtnntll working at bliu to hU
detriment, tho lliht as .j In-, uiigln and tho
eeoiiuil uat MiiiytliiiigMUil ol his tilth , i ailx.
He found his eondiii t.is a ludgu eon'limally
auealled fioni tho baimi houjci. Thai hl as-
Bullnnta wero not MUulitled to lie hlu eritn h did
not losseti tlio fillet of tho attael.ii, I lorn tho
I restlvonusu iiiuler wlilcli In icehed Hie In.
I ltlal asbiiulls to tho desi er.iti.n which pirrled
I tho last blow with kulvldu. tho pruiuhn us
slow, but mail.ed
I "It was Hie nilslortunc ff Noiiulle logo
I , through life with a magulMi.g gl.isx on Ids
faulls. uiult'plini: them Into o-. inula ill-
mlnihuggla.niiu lu htues uducliigiliem
to inmunluiiiblu Halts. I'eoiile m eined lo s,.o
In him and to eneri' about tho i-nin. lest
foibles, and Lenntlieli olilMous of Ihe genius
the ublllty, and the suillng umtli li,it aciom.
panled them. U) nut matiKii fun tiiuallon
In bueli cubes gio u mun erudit for iii. ii
tues and clmigo up hie faults iigiilntt hliu,
and then strike a ba'iuo e t
"In thoc meiif Nniniilo Ihe credit side of tho
ledger Would .hum. the debtnr sal In blanks
and silence, homelhini: In tlmwayof follies
Is to be incused to I lie mind and bruin of nn h
a man, just nbln the cieateM end highei-t of
publlo men wo are emiflnnlb ovusiug und
OMirlookiuu f.itilt and lot. lei, which would ut
terly condemn tho mediocre It Is i ertuinly
true of Nuruillo that ho whs moit widely
known for liUuor-t uther tbnn lot bib best
qualities, und that the i-taiidard of jiid.'iueiit
applied to him would if applied lootherb mal.0
uwonJerlul reduction Inthe uumburof woithy
I k people now on earth
I n "I'erhaps It was becaubo ho wns In polities
I Uit this befell him. Well, in fact, he uo or
taLiii r - r I'
was flttoil for politics nnd never ought to have
entered tho t olltlcul arena. In his heart he
desidsod tho hypocrisies of tho cnmtmlgu und
the methods of the canas, and 1 Iiiino ollcn
heard hlin sai ho would not go through nn
othor election fur ten times the omuluments
of a Judge. , ,
"It Is excellent to havo a giant's strength.but
It Is cruel to use It as a giant. It is ojeollont
to be an editor, but It Is cruel to linund u mun
to his death foi using a wrong expression on
the bench. Normlle's murderous critics found
fault with him because he said ho didn t know
what to do under a certain emergency arising
In the Grand lury room. Light grand jurors
wished to bo discharged and ho reported. Ihe
Judge found no pieccdcnt In law for
discharging two.-thlrds ol n tlrand Jury
nnd allowing tho other third to lemulu.
Ho frankly said he did not know wh it to do
about It, und the murder batteries w ore trained
upon ill in fiom that time on, If he bad said
ho would tnko the matter under adisemi;ut,
which would bttMi been the ruulwilelit of what
he did say, he might hae been allowed to inn
out his llto In pence and his death might not
havo beon an echo from tho ton- oar-old grao
It bus been said In somo of tho newspapers
since the melancholy event of Tuesday morn
ing that Normlle was a believor in suicide ns
u mode of death. To u certain extent Im was.
but ho never tald or bellexed anything that
would justify to himself his own rash net. Ho
defended suicide as practised hv the Stoics, of
whom and whoso doctrines he was a gioat nd
inlror. He bolleed that whon u man s usetul
ness ceased the man sboiild cease, but noor
Indicated tho point at which a man was no
lunger useful ns companion or provider, u he
last time I heard him express himself on tho
subject he concludod In his posltlvn nnddng
inatlo Myle ot argument with the familiar line
on suicide: 'Whattato did and AddUou up
pioved cannot bo wrong.' . , , .
'InOreek mjthology wo rend of nn nnclent
King who. Incurring the displeasure of tho
cods, was sent to tho nether malms and con
fined in n lake, whore ho was tormented with
thirst, yet could not drink, because the water
always rooeded from his lips. In American
history wo Und n mun who has crown rich on
Infamy, who has ordered ono murder, and In
so doing promoted nnother. but who Is utterly
donrlveilot the physical Hnd mental powor-of
enjoying his wealth. Is I'ulitor another
Tho Ht. Louis Chronicle thus speak ot tho
nftalr editorially: .,,,.,, .
"It lsliuposblblo for tho victim of nn out
rago to see tho net widen humiliates nnd In
luroshlmin its just proportions. Iclous as
has been thontlnck upon Judgo Normllo by
tho iu(-Zii'jial( ft. unrelenting, persistent, em
phasized by freouenor ami quantity. It at
tracted tho uttontion of but a small number of
the persons among whom tho Judge Hived i.nd
lu whose interests he labored on the bench.
Hut. as tho victim beneath the whip, ho
felt each Insh and wrltned beneath each
repetition of the libels on his fume. To
mind the prominence given by that paper to
the assaults upon his character as Judge and
man measured the prnmlncnco given to t he
charges in the publlo mind. He was u publlo
olllcer. a servant of tho people, but one placed
In a position of moat ttust, and tho luhlio
must certainly bo i oncernod whin his ability
to discharge the trust was not only nues
tloned. but denied. Had It been possible for
him to have seen tho matter In tho large view
ot ouo not directly concerned he would
havo waited calmly for thu Indica
tion whloh must follow on betting
tho machinery of tho law In motion. Ho would
have reeognUedtho fact that he was the vic
tim of outrage, of wrong that could never bo
righted; but lie would have bidod his time for
such compensation us the uno iual fortune of
this life uifords. , ,
" It wa not nosslble for hlra topldlosophlre.
It wuh not possiDie lor nun im'uiiumiiuiii-,
placed as he was. Tho pain of his hurt was
too deep, too constant. Tim wrong wah not of
to-day only. It was repeated, insisted upon
in over) issuo of tho paper. Ho was
bounded, pursued ns much by Ills Imagina
tion us thu uctuul wiong. nnd ntrugglo
ns he would, ho could not free himself from
tho odium the pajier showered upon him. Ho
thought the thought of the suwco nun-H"
kill. At 111 at lilt Idood rugo turned against
the muu who was responsible for tho wrong,
but his reason remuined strong enough to
make such a deed Impossible. ot tho sense
of Injury was btiong, and nn Immediate Mierl
llee wus needed. He could not wult on courts
deluys. could not risk the conse'iuenoes of
human testimony thrtt shifts with tho wave of
popular opinion us the sand on the unstable
bottom of a rler. II could not see in the
deferred vordlct of a jury the vindication be
fore the i euplo that his pride in himtolf de
manded. , , . . . ,
"Another man hnd gono Involuntarily to his
death, tho victim ot thut paper's untiring vili
fication. Ho would give up tho light, ho could
not win to-day. he would prove to I hose who
doubted him how deep tho wound bad been.
He would end the life which hud Leen mado
unendurnblo by slander. And so the deed wns
done, a deed which but marks tho ending to
nnother chapter In tho damnable history of
person il journalism, the journalism that
knows no holy of holies that muy not be vio
lated, no diameter that may not Iio nss illed.
The raobt malloioiiB thing in tho whole nf
fair on the nrt of the Ptirt-Jniia'e'i wus the
taking of depusltionsforthopurposeof making
Norimii testify to the humbleness of his birth
nnd early career. The deiosltlon law is in
tended for the use of witnesses w ho nre likely
to to absent when the trial conies off. In 2iur
uillo'H case there waf no possibility of such ab
sence. He was the plnlntlD" and was bound to
boheio when tho trial came off. Jlut under
tho deposition law, In an investigation
conducted under a Commissioner an
unscrupulous lawyer can ak a thousand
(juebtlons which would not be tolerated In.
court. It wus novor intended to go Into court
with tho examination to which .Noimlle wus
subjected before the Commissioner. J ho
objoct wus to put the matter bofoio the public
in tiio I ittl-lli'pa'rlt. as was done by a ver
batim report which appeared lu that paper on
Not satisfied, however, with the death of Its
victim, tin I'liit.lhniatili Is t-till pltileBS nnd
unrelenting toward him, and with hruon
effrontery inconcelvnblo it hurls thlh editorial
utterance lu the face of un outrngod coin
mmiit) this afternoon: ,,,.,.,
" bmircbed by the methods of that ring, be
fore he wus av.'uro of It bo lost his none, lust
his head, und becumo painfully conscious
that ha was losing the icMeet of his best
friends nnd incurring tho contempt or tho
pit) of tho bar, In that rattled condition it
was easy for malicious nnd designing men
who knew bis weaknesses to makeatjol and
murtvrolhlm. Thuy thrust him into n posi
tion w hero ho evidently thouglit thut sulcldo
wus his only refuiio from cmifibbinn, and
where, In his despondent mood, he forgot tho
dictum of Dunlol Webster thut buk'idu in con
fession. "No howl which the ring organs can utter
over the remains of tliorinit'H victim will stop
the exposure of ofllchil deiiniiueneies ur the
lirodiiction of evidence that tin Legislature
Hhould Hike the I out Courts in bund and i ro
vlde siiuo remedy foi the erookoilinish that
now parulyzes oi ieiwuth the admluistiutiou
of criminal justice in this city "
The dead jurist will ho burled to-morrow.
Me left A request Hint bis body ho Ineluoi.ited
nnd Its ashes thrown Into tho Ml-sissippl. but
ills fiienil- and relatives have decided to inter
the body in Calvurj ( emetery. Tim populnrlty
of the man will bo utlerted b the enrtcf n thut
trill follow his curp-o to the giavo. Tliofu
norul will he directed by tho A. t. L'. . und
the Knights of M, J'.itrlek, of which orders
Judge S'nnnlle was an honored memboi, and
which will turn out lu full stieugth.
cor.on.ivo bir.r.i.s i. im: stukejs.
The7 Cause niiHtiteruble I'xcltcinent nnd
Uure Twti iSujn.
The cut lie boat llurllnjton landed tlilrtv
Colorado f-teeis. consigned to thollrm of Levy,
Slay X l.oy, wliolcnlii butchers in Johnson
avenue, nt the foot of Xoith Llghth htreet, WH
lliimsburgh. jeslerdai altornoou. 'J'lie unl
mills wore ulmoi-t famlt-licd for tho want of
water, und eturted on a run towaid Kent
'1 Im drov owns In clmrgoof Jack McCr.rmlek,
who was mounted on a inustuug. McCormick
had several men to help him. Tin bteerswero
dilvnii through Kent avenue to North Mnth
htret, und up the hlter thorouglifnro to
1'rlggs nveiiue. A hi,' red nnd black tner
was In tho lead. At tin corner of Drlggs
monuo und Not til Ninth btreet tho hlg
steer (-cuttured a emwd of men who woro talk,
lug on the sblewnlU. In Jirlgg iiveuuo, be
tween North Llghth and North Ninth etieets,
thu bHiiM animal tossed Mathew Kelly, lo
1 ears old of HH lle.lfilil avenue William Held,
1'.' years oil of HI North Ninth street, win)
was with ivrlli, was h frlglitoiied that ho was
unable torn ie. The steel went at l.elii nnd
gored tile hoy in his lllit hip. Ilolii bojs
veri talon homo The steiis vieio dtlven
throiiuli Noith 1 Ightli sheet to Lnlou iiveuue.
and Ihence to Jliibliwicli uvdiiae. The red and
I ho U steei becumo unmanageable ngaln, und
Inn Ui d iiijiiinst tin window of annuo ipled
More .it ins lluslinlek avenue. After a gieat
deal if eveilc.i.ent the bteelbwciu tukeu to
thu slaughter house.
rJ no Ilfrn Kt!le,1 U) u Truln ,i '1'ieutou.
Tl I'NinN, Aug. 10, William I'lppln, a prom
iuuiU mercluintof this city, nnd William ray
ran, son id another buslncbs man, woro in
stantly killed by fast train u tlui l'eunsyl
vanla Itailroud near the Inter-btute l.ilr
grounds UiIb morning. They were driving
across the tracks when theiiccldont liuppuuou.
, The horse Mas ulso killed.
MAY LYNCH COLONEL KING.
Tun sniuurr rtautk avDnusr.r mm
1I1M FOll STATE VIIISOX,
rinna Had Heeii Formed to Lynch Hire, and
Judge Iluboau Huetled lilm Oo"-A 1'iirlr
Formed to Intercept HI Train Got.
Ilnehanan llonaed In HfflKy for CnmiAnU
lnc Hie Hentence Hr, Clevrlund'a Interest
ind Letter In title Interesting; Case,
Mi-Mritts Aug. 10. Tho commutation of Col.
King's benteuce cuino very nearly shortening
the hours ho had to llvo Instoad ot lengthen
ing them. As booh ns tho action of the Gov
ernor becumo known It aroused a storm of In
dignation on cvory side. A despatch wns read
to tho uudienco nt tho Grand Opera Ilouso
last night during tho performance of tho
"Mikado," and wus received by tho nudlonco
with a Htormuf hisses.
To-day when tho commutation bocame more
gonernll) known by tho publications In tho
morning newspapers. Indignution rew nnd
Guv. Huchunnn was condemned most bitterly.
This culminated In a movement to hold nn In
dignation meeting and to bum lluclianan In
effigy. This wns billed to como off nt 11
Soon thero woro whlsporod conferences
about the street cornets, which ended In a
plan to lynch King to-night, it was not pro
posed to wait until midnight, nor oven to ob
serve any secred). Tho whole city would hnvo
condoned tho lynching, nnd nn participant
could over havo beeu convicted in this com
munity. It was rcsolvod to demand King
early In the evening, and It wae thought that
tho jailer or MiorttT would not inako uvcry
The Hliorin heard of what was afoot, nnd
was very uneasy. Tho official commutation
had not uriived. and ho was awaltliu that be
fore taking tho prisoner to .N'nshvlllo to tho
penitentiary. At 5 o'clock the papers nrilvod.
Thero was no train for Nnshvlilo beforo 10
o'clock to-night, und Sheriff McLondon know
the ljnchlng would bo attempted botoro that
At 0 o'clock thero was a north-bound train
on 'ho Chesapeake and Ohio Hallway, and
Judge Dulioso tssuod an ordor to tho Sheriff to
leavo with his prlsonor on thut truln. Thero
was not a moment for preparation or leave
taking. Col. King was rushed out of tho jail
escorted by six deputy sheriffs, and hustled to
He would not havo seen his wife even, hnd
It not been that sbo chanced to visit tho jail
ns tho party was leaving. Hor son. Iluugh
ton. was with her. and he telephoned to King's
son-in-law. Ik W. Brooks, to meet them nt the
At the station King. In his bluffing stylo,
talked about his record ns n Confedernto
soldier, nnd said ho was not afraid, but he
wubqulto willing to go. and looked relieved
when the train pulled out Ills son Unughton
It is not nt all unlikely that the lynching
may yet como off. The Sheriff has two routes
he may take, ono via Hi v oh and ihe Mobile and
Ohio, and the othor via l'nducah Junction and
McKenzie. It i.-. thought ho will take the lat
ter route, und a project Is now nfoot for a
lynching party to leave on tho Louisville and
Niibhvllle for MeKenln nt 10 5.ri o'clock to
night and intercept tho bhorlQ and his pris
They will reach thorn nt St o'clock In the
morning, and with the t wu asleep nnd with
the prlsonor only protoctod by his son and tho
bherlff. who Is u one-legged man ut thut. King
would stand a vory poor show.
Indignation here is every whit as pro
nounced as on the day of tho murdor. It bo
came known to-day that Grov or Cleveland had
written to Mrs. King, tho widow of nn ox-Lleutennnt-Govornor
of Kentucky and a
cousin of Col. Klnp;. expressing his sympathy
for her, and adding that, fiom what super
ficial knowledge ho hnd of the case.ho thought
Klngouirht not to be hanged. This lotterwns
laid beforo Gov. liuchannn, nnd it hud its
At lOlfi o'clock Gov. Buchanan was burned
in ofllgy nt the corner of Main nnd Mndlson
streets, the bush st corner of tho city. A strnw
btuffed llguro marked Gov. liuchannn was
hung over the teleginph linos nnd set lire to.
whllon jell.ng crowd, composed of tho usually
orderlv. rospectublo young men of the city,
stood around and curbed and vltupontod the
Chief Lxecutivo of the State until his eflliry
burned. When tho lower h-ilf fell to tho
ground the crowd kicked tho debris over tho
nr.LKiHi.D mom jikii roiis.
The Pope l'et-mlte Sister Callleta to Ilrconie
VHhm VJ Htox Ouie Mute,
lUnrionn. Aug. 10. Miss Lulu Wilcox, for
merly Sister Cnlllbtit of tho Sisters of Morcy of
tho Hartford dloio-,e, who run away from tho
convent last March, has ju'-t leceived. through
Ilishop MeM.ihon, n dispensation from hor
religious vows grnntod at Homo by tho Pope.
Miss Wilcox lb the handsome nun who, by her
Might fiom tho Chinch, created considerable
talk last spriug. It was Mild at the time thut
sho hnd lun nwuy to join nn opera troupe.
Ker relatives claimed that she had no Inten
tion of doing an) sin h thing, nut her musical
tusto and abilities lent i olor to the assertion.
Mnti. llco Is now lu New ork. blio Is
organist li a Catholic church, lin-tiuits un the
harii, and will enter a onservnton of muslo
ill the fall. She la ill ) ealH old, and has been
ill the i lunch llfteon liars. On hor mother's
blrllula). lust Muieli, bho Invlteu her mother
to the convent, dotted her suhlo lobr-b, und
walked out Into the world lu u Hired drobs. It
is Intimated thut ono re. null that led hor to
tlio ntep 1-, thut she has fallen heir to a for
tune. One of the vows n Sister takes lsji.,.
art), und hud sho remained a nun all money
left hii would.it her death, havo gono to Iho
Church. Miss Wilcox's fi lends eny the Is very
happy In hoi worldly life. Sho is us good a
Catholic ns over.
OFIHIM. lit. 1. 01 ION Alil'MTlHIa.
The I.nw or ItitS Cunreinliig Ha Ulsirlbn.
(lull IIhh Itemi Iliine Atu Willi,
Sheriff Gorman had visitors yestordny who
went lo him with hupoful hearts and who
cuino awuy disappointed, llyuhiwof lHlfin
certain numtioi of nowsjmpirH in New York,
Kings, und tho Inlutlor counties havo had tho
election advertising which consisted of an
pouncing fuininlly tho candid itcs for Htuto,
Afsembl), and municipal oIIIccj, and for Con
Kress, This ndverllulng bus been a fuetur
with certain nonhpupoih, Lullcctlioly It was
woith many tlioiibuuds of dollars u car.
Home of tho liepnhllc-aii and Democratic news.
Pal cm havo looked forvv.tld to tho plum for
sheriff (inrman's visitors Ofcterdny wero
told by lilm that a bill had been pnssed b) tho
la-t I egibliituin und signed by Gov, I'lower
nullifying Iho law of IHJ.'i, AsthneuKo now
Mauds, tiio Secielary of State has no power to
tilled the Sheriff of New Votk or the other
(ou titles in the Mate touch ol Use tho electoral
th kets. N'obodi know hist nichtwlio was ro
bpoiiblbln for the nullllleutloii of tho old law.
It wus a surprise to sin rilf doi man's visitors,
und the Sheriff could glvo thou: no satisfac
tion. '1 ho new law, ho euid. was lu force, und
thut vtub all there wus about it.
AliAMH ItODi: ON lilt. HUV.WAIK.
Hire, Tullilll Did Not llrae ilir Illejrcle Ilall
und Wue luoikcd Down,
Mrs. Murthu Tuthlll of this city, who is sum
mering at Orient, I- L had her skull fractured
b) being knocked down und run over by a bl
oclo, ridden h u lining man named George
Adams, in Orient a fovv days ago, Mrs. Tuthlll
Isbllglitl) deaf and did not hear Iho bell ou
tho lucicle. Adams buys the sidewalk waa too
narrow foi hlin to turn out and thut ho wus
going at buah speed Hint he was u n detu stop
before tlio accident inclined. J ro Tuthlll's
Injuries uiny piovo mortal
'TKAS A TAY OF 1USCOMFOUT,
And the If eat Tealerdnr Mutciceetert the Rec
ord llrenker of 'llvo Weeke Ag-o.
Mot waves oatno boiling up from tho nroas
othlgh pressuro In the Bouth yosterdny morn
ing, nnd nttt o'clock It looked ns If thero wns a
heap of troublo nhend for this town. Tho
mercury stood at TO9, which Is tho highest 7
o'clock record of tho month. Humidity lost
Its crip, and only reglsterod 75 per cent.,
which was n drop of '20 per cent, from Tues
day's 8 o'clock record. The outlook was dis
couraging, however, nnd tho men who hnd to
hustle nt that hour know If. 'I horo was prac
tically no broee. The conditions wero ilpo
forn bolting hot day. The nro.v of high plea
sure was in tho South, nnd tho heat In
thelowor lake regions suggested tho record
breakor of two weeks ago.
Thero was disappointment in I'armcr
Dunn's wenthor mill on top ot tho I'qultublo
building. Tho thunder nnd rain 6tormthat
hnd been ordered fromtl.oJCorthweitsoemed to
have exhausted themsolves In the rainfall on
'luesdny night It was a pretty respoctiiblo
ducking, for the record show that elxty-nlno
ono-hundredths of an Inch ot wutor fell, but
Its effect wns not lasting. 'Iho mnruury
climbed up to H.V nt 10 o elodc, but there was
a gentle tliroe-mlln-nn-hnitr brenc. At 11
o'clock tho thermomoler tceorded H7 and be
fore noon it was ut M. Humidity beenn to
bnok down, und at noon lliein was only 70 per
cent, loallng uround to wilt collais und gener
ally mnko the conditions ou this bummer re
sort sticky and dlt.ngree.ible.
Jupiter. 1 lu.. he'd tlm M o'clock champion
ship vosterday with atocord of si . IVomtho
lower lake region to the Atlantic coist thero
was dlscomtoit. During tho lorcnnon there.
were no signs of the promised showers nnd
cool brocres from the jNorlhwest Owing to
Ihe comparatively low humiilllv the discom
fort was not so great Jis It was during tho
same hours on Tuesday.
Two newsboys were watching Terry a ther
mnmeterwhenlt vvasufW. ....
"Sav. Smugsy.' snld oni, drektinwl tlnk
on de level ilut 'f an el gant 1 lit uv'non man
shun 'ould drop on dat ting I lick hyhrlrk.it
wouldn't take a drop to ilseli." und Smttgsy
remarked, "lietdierilfe." liul It did toko a
drop, and nt noon tho mercury stond at Ht",
wlthubreere and belli In slcht. 'lwo hours
later the moro.iry dropped another dngrue,
and tlie humidity was ) per cent, (lecnslonal
pufTs of eo.d air drift d nlon up Lroadvvay
from tho lluttery.
l'armer Dunn thinks that It will lie cooler,
just a little, to-duy. and that wo may have a
shower or two. ,,.,.,,
Marion l'rlnule. fifl years old of 53 Henry
street, died jefordsr in Chambers fitreet Hos
pital from the effects ot tho hi nt. She was
pro-trated Tuesday In fryiit of alio Duutio
street. ,, , , , .
Thoso prostrations wero reported yesterday:
M-vtiUn tune. 40 or, t 1'itr 18, North Klroi,
Mlrb, htl aril, r,1 frn, of 57"i yirt aifniip. s 1 nlnt
r. Hluleat woik In Atbeuiailo Hotel. -Nw VotW llo-
'".nrten. Patrick, 3" yesrn of Tarrton t iwh
trrft nt 1 Iklilb vtlil.t. Msnlot nn llr..: ill
bomnKr. Kste, M year, ot r,s Jrern itrr Noiv
ark nt JU UroulKiijr Cliauibora blri't llnai ital.
Whlera. I hlli'o her. 47 )eaia sbakrtt ISlAtleu
trert. at Til I nlerlty plter. .st V inieut'a lli.rpuat
WitiiHti nana unknown. 4oyam, atb7Avcuucl).
nilKHIS AUK TtlKHK MKSbrSO EHS f
It la Said fliey HCole Irom Their Employers
ami Are In lurtiu-.
Tho police and pnrents of two messongor
boys who ptolo money from their employers,
und nie now supposod to 1 In Liiropc. uro
eager to find tho IuiIk Ono ho war omi lo)ed
In tho ollloe of tho Lnitud Lb ctrlo Light and
1'ovver Company In the Tim's building. Ho
Uvea in Amsterdam nvonuo. The company re
fuses to glvo his name. Tho other lad lives in
Drooklyn. Tho boy who vorkod witli tho
Llectrio Light Company secured a place fur
tho lirookhn boj in u broker'" ofllce.
The llronklyn boysklpred with isr,0 in cash
soon ufiorwurd. Tlieothermiisthuvo planned
to toll bis omployois. too. He cam to work
eaclnli.y with bundle, vvluv' it Is now sup
posed contained an extra suit of clothes and
underclothing. last Wednesday t'nshlnr
Lynnh i-etit one of lhoboR to tho ,-lerchunts"
Lxchunge Hank to deposit suverul thousand
dollurn In chocks and SlUll in cash. The would
be robber followed the messenger, earning
the bundle under his arm. He overtook, the
messenger, and said that he had been sunt to
ridleve him of the deposit, ns t be cashier want
id lilm to do other work. Tho checks mid
bank bnok wero returned afterward, out tho
money wus gone. It is believed the two Luis
tailed on thu Germanic
VUA.GED VIS MI1 ABOUT VTISO
Financial Trouble. T o (Itinera nf I.nud
unum, und a Cull for a Dnctur.
A young man went Into Washington Holghts
I dice station last night nnd said ho had
taken two ounces ot laudanum. Tho Sergeant
hurried him off to tho Manhattan Hospitul.
At tho station ho said ho was Jamas Catroll.
but told the doctois that his nnmo was Ld
ward Colley. aged UG, of 15 N'ow York avenue.
Washington. D. C and that ha wns ncleik
nnd got Into tlnuiicial difficulties which
caused him tu leave there suddenly onS.itui
dnv. iln wont to Ilaltlmoro nnd thero decided to
kill himself. Ho bought two ounces of lauda
num, ono ounce of chloral und a ticket for
N'evv ork. Ho arrived bore on Sunday.
Ho took one ounce of the laudanum vester
dy afternoon. It did not seem to have much
effect on him, and un hour later ho took the
other mini e. The'i he decided thct ho did not
w.iut to die nt nil, and went to tho btntlou
house to find n doctor.
'Iho doctors at the hospital found tho bottlo
of chloral in his pocket.
A Vl'.DVLEH Atll.si:S A POLICrMAX.
Witnesses Sny thut Isuyder Ordered Mkla
due Ana) uud lilt lilm,
Tollceman Loroy Snyder of tho Old slip sta
tion was on trial yesterduy before Commis
sioner McClave. on tho complaint of 1'otor
Skindas, a Turkish peddler of IfiU Greenwich
street Si ladns bald tlnit on tho morning of
July -0, ho was helling fruit fiom a stand in
Cedar htreet.bet ween .Nassau street mid lltoud
vvny. Huydereamoulongand drove him uwuy.
Sklndns said Snider f Ibiwod him, grubbed
lilm by thu neck und lilt lilm in tho luce. A
crowd gathered nnd Sklndns vvuu urn st oil.
The Itev. N. C. ritltt. who bus an oflleu at 70
Wall btreet, and Ml. Iletriau, a resl estnto
agent of l'ort Chester, wlniwuroin tho crowd,
corroborated bkiadiib's -lory.
Snyder denied that he had struak Skludns.
He declared Skludas whs the lcuiloi of utioi
guiiliitlou formed to combat tho'police In tlio
iliscliiiign of their duty. Sklndus. bo raid.
' had delled him und threatened to tlx lilm
through the Turkish Consul should he Intel -fei
ii with the peddlers. Snyder said hodiovo
Ski.t.lah anuy three times provioua to arrest
3 UK blltkKr LAlt UOOll,
Mr. Slnrsdrii rikut II, Mr. Wilbur Oprnr.l
Iti und 'I'Ury FoueIiI.
Alirod G. Wilbur, nn ngent for tho Jlott Iron
Woiks, living ut L'll.l 1'lflh avenue, was u pris
onur In the Jeffoison Mnrkot Court )et.teidai
morning onnchorgoof nsi-ault prefened by
L. Marsdun, a pluyvvrlglit. living nt 1121! Wuver
ley plate. Mr. Marsden said that ho uud his
wlfu boarded n Sixth uvuiiuo siirfuco cat ut "
o'clock josterday morning niter attending a
reheat snl at tlio standard Theatre. Mrs. Mais
den ftlt ill, uud ut luir rui-iiobt ho shut the im
door. Wilbur, who was bitting with u friend
In tho real of tho cur, opened tho door. Mr
Mursden shut It oncn more, uud w hen Mr. i il
bur eudeuvorod to open it the two men fought.
Tlio conductor culled I'olicemuu Logan, and,
on Murhijon'ti complaint. Wilbur wns arrested.
Mr. Marsden tohl .itibllee Grndy thut lie hud
no deblro to pies the charge ngniimt Wilhtii,
mid tho latter wus dUchurgcd with c warning,
Fouud Her liecrcaut l.uvcr,
Mngglo Ulsholmor. a prolty brunette. If)
jears of ngc, who lives with her parents at
llili Molvlbbon street, Wtlllutiibburgli, wus to
havo been married two months ago lo Jacob
Moyor, Threo dais beforo tho day set forth
wedding Meyer tlibnr peared una an unsuc
cessful bean Ii wa. made for lilm, Thu friends
of Meyer thought ho had mot with foul play
und motitned him us dead, Miss I Iblielmer.
however, was til tho opinion Hint Meyer mid
wilfully deserted hui and she went ou n Mill
hunt for him On Tuesday sho received In
formation Hi.it he wus emploiud In n factory
in vvinfltlil. I.. I. Shu went there, and. Ilndlng
thut she hnd been coriet tly informed, elm went
to the Lie Avenue l'ollce Couit In Williams
burgh yestuidav und swore nut a warrant
against him for deceiving her under a promise
THE SAALE IN COLLISION.
sun sinks tuk xonnF.aiAN uahk
TOHltUbSHJOhU IN A t'Oa.
The Captnln o Iho Hnrk and Ilia Crevr
I'lckril tTp hr the Waale'a Jloals Alariu
on the Suale, hut .No Irjuiy to Her.
London, Aug. 10. Tho stonnishlii Hnalo.
Cnpt. lllchtor. of tho North Gorman Lloyd line,
arrived at Southampton this owning with tho
crow of the Noiweclnn bark Tordonskjold.
with which sho collided on Aug. 4.
Tho collision occurrod nt 7 o'olook in tho
ovonlng. for threo hours tho Bnalo hnd been
running In n fog and at halt spood.
rtuddonly Capt. ltlchtur, who was on the
bridge, saw tho bark on tho starboard side uud
coming on In such a cotirso as tostrikotho
etoumship on the bow.
Ho turned the tiaulu bow on nnd a momont
later the stoamshlp crashed through the bow
of the bark.
The Hanle's englnos wore rovorsod immo
diatoly. but tho bark drifted off und was lost
to view befoiotho steamship could ho stopped.
Loots wero lowon.d nnd innnnod, and within
flvo minutes found the Tordonskjold lllllnff
rapidly, Tho Captain and crow of eovonteon
wero tnkon off. A fow minutes lntor tho batk
sunk out of eight.
On tlio t-anlu thero wns n pnnlonmong tho
passengers, most ut whom were In tho main
cabin, ns boon ns they felt thu shock ot tho
AH lan on dock, men nnd womon coming up
half dressed fiom their staterooms. Tlio offi
cers wont nround assuring nil that the Saale
hud suflarod nolnjuiy und that tho peril had
been happily averted by the Captnln.
Perfect order was restored before tho boats
rcturnod with the crow of tlio bulk.
An examination of tlio steamship wns made,
and It was found that she was practically un
injured. This tact wns uncouncod to tho pas
songors, nnd most of thorn then wont to bed
for the night.
Cnpt. Lllertson of tho Tordenskjold, says
that, although be was an dook just bofore nnd
during tho colltson. be did not hear thu Snalu's
foghorn nnd knew nothing of his danger until
tlio Sunle seemed ulmost within arm's longth.
The burl; Ih owned In Arend.il, bo his, und
w us carrying u cargo of stout and glugor ale
from Dublin to Now Vork.
Tho cabin papsengors on thoFanlo pralso
tho behavior ot tho otllccrs and crew through
out tho excitement attendant upon tho col
lision. On tho oveningof Aug. fi they held a meet
ing, nnd signed a memorial to dipt. Itltchor.
thanking him for his gallant behavior, and
commending his pr-senco of mind In turning
tho Snnlo's bow on so thut the bark wus pre
vented Irom ttriklng hor In tho sldo.
lUIi WAb lth.il. FXCITKMKNT.
Drug t lertt AValkrr VJVua uu l'zpert ISycl.
cler and (intille Money Hulk.
Two well-droscd men. accompanied by two
stillshly uttlred women, drove up to Sloan's
drug btore nt l'ort Itlchmond on Tuesday
night. 1 he men onterod tho drug btoro and
reauefted the clerk. Mr. Walker, to lend them
$10 on a gold watch.
Tho men s.-.ld that thov had 1 een out having
n guy time nnd th it the) did not have fciilllei
ont mom) to return to this cit). Tho clerk
guvoouoof tho men $10 nnd ucoopted the
watch us security. Shortly after the party had
gono ho discovered what the supposed gold
watch was nindo of. Mr. Walker mounted his
b) elele nud started after the party.
His wheel spun around like the drlvorof an
tngine. His legs bobbed up and down like
clockwork. At last he sighted them, luster
and faster he went until right upon them.
Then he hailed thom and deniantlml back his
inonev. This wbh ilshtln front of tho Wcbt
llrlu-hlon jiollcu station. The men returned
tho monev promptly, und continued ou their
wav with tlio liiasb watch, while Wall. or went
buck to the drug stole. A fen minutes litter
several storekeepers ontercd the pollco station
und told Serge mt Cobb that the men hud at
tempted to aim off tho imitation watch on
them ns security for n loan. A pdlcemun
boarded a train and overtook the purty nt St.
George as they wore about to board a lio.it for
'1 he i ollcemnn brought them beforo .Tu-tlce
Acker al New Brighton, where they guvotbelr
iiauiei as illl mi Clark and Timothy Trend
well, and said the) lived ut tlio .Morn n House,
this fit), 'iheir women gave their names as
Amelia Hello Iln) nobis and May Huberts.
Mis llol" rts said she lived at 'J.'tl Wnverly
place, this cit). Tho men wero locked up
over night ut the Wert Liighton police Mutlou
and tlm women wero permitted to go. 1 ester
da) the mon were uacli lined $'M.
io ii ovi.n aoiiKn jit coirs.
Mr. I'llxputilck nf Freehold Killed Mra.
Kimnim of Itloomfleld Jtutlly Hurt.
riTFitoin. Aug. 10 Mrs. Johanna FItzpal
rick, wifoof Gerald Titypatrlck, a farmer liv
ing near here, was fatally gored by n cow yes
terday. Thocovv nud hercnlf got In tlio poul
try lard and Mrs. lltpatiick wont to drivo
them out. The cow tinned upon tho woman,
und ono of lierhunib gouged Mrs. 1 itzputrlck'a
Mr. l'itratrlck was nttroctcd by his wife's
cries for help, and just as lie nrrlvod on the
Siclie tho cow knocked tlio woman down, lio
fom the bus) nnd t ould Intoifuro tho animal
gured .Mrs. J'itputilek fearfully. Mrs. I'lt
jmtibk died during tho night, sho wns 70
hllo leading her cow from Its pnstnrago at
lll.Mimlldd I . on Tuesday evening. Mr.
'I liiimiib Haw win of upper Ilroad Mreot was ut
tacked b) the aniiiiul. which knocked bur
down nnd gnu d her. Two men heard her
bcre lies, and rewued hor by beating thu ani
mal oil Mrs. I'awbon In eonllned to her bed
nnd in in a j iccuiious condition.
II I'll UlblSANU HOV.VX'T WOIIK.
Mia VVuan't Aide to Support lilm, und Hlio
.lkrl t'nl. Wrtirr tu rrml llri- Iliintr,
Mi s. Grace Trice, un umbrella mnkor ot
London, urrived horo with her husband, Trod
oil k. two mouths nen. Ho had been living ut
her evponsofornruilya your, und, in oidi.rto
conn el him lo work, sho deeidud to leave him
i ml como to Now Voi k. Ho promised to re
form it sho would pay hi-, passagu lilthoriind let
him accompany her, sho did so, uud they went
to I'i oklin and lionided will) her relativts
1 lederiek got drunk uud quarrelsome, und
Mrs, I'lieo di elded to In tvo him ntid loliirnto
I iiglundiWheiii rho has n child, She iibkeil
( ol. Wol ei to bo-id hot bnok. Sho iloclared
that sin would not be able to tuko cure of her
belfandhei husband. 'Ihls is not enough to
Win ant tho Colonel to giant her reijuest; but,
us she Is a cripple, hi tieedod no excuf u for
bending hut homo again.
iw .'tor Avvuori: of his bvn,
Gcorr.e Young of llrunlilyn Forred to Leave
(he ISeucb ut Aeliury I'urli.
Asnt'i.v I'aiik, Aug. 10. Georgo Vouns of
Jlrookl)ii vvas ejected from tho bench to. day
by l'olleemnn lingers for wearing nn Improper
bntlilngsult. Young at first rcfiibod to go,
but finally left tlm wutor. Ho attempted to ie
entei nt a point u fow blocks further up, ami
wns then forced to leave tho bunch Tho of
fenslve suit wn&uf Jera-jy cloth, slcovelobs,
uud short lu the logs.
lllll MureeHlica lor 850,000,
CiilCAiio, Aug. 10. Ltnma I. Morsn has
brought biiit for J50.000 ugulnbt J. G. Talbot
for breach ot promise. Talbot is tho Trosldont
of tun Guarantee investment Company and
llres in Mibsouil. Miss Morse Is 2t. shosnys
that bho mot 'Jalbot a lear ago and fell lulovo
witli him. and now lie has repudiated ids
promise to many her.
C'uusut u lllumnud ISIpjirr.
rollcenian John McMiihon caught Joseph
Knstcrmun, who claimed to be a diamond cut
ter of Uil4 Wst Twenty-fourth stieet, lu tho
net of nipping a diamond stud from Jonuph J.
Walton nt the Ilrlghton rare truck loslerday
iiltornoon, nud locked him up in thu West
llilghtou pollco Mutton.
- ' ' '
TunoiiN isio this rr.Avixa Fonar.
Morris Xacanee Wllk Ilia I.llp-lle nnd Ilia
Aeeallnnta Locked L'p.
St. Iituis. Aug. 10. "Scotty" Morri-v. nn ex
convict, nrousod the irnof VrodDollols nud
Georgo Chapman to-nlchtut the forgo liotibo
ot tho St. Louis and Suburban I'.lectric Hall
way, nt Morgan streot und Vaudcvontcr
The men throw cbls?ls nntl othor tools nt
ono nnollior, and Do Hols and Chapman be
cntno so furious that they picked Morris up
and threw him Into tho flaming forge. Ho
innnaged to get out, but wns bndly bttrnod
about the chest, head, and arms. Tlio police
arrested all threo.
n.iXIHTS ATTACK A TltFASUIW TRAIN.
Held to Have Killed Flfl.cn fliiarde and to
Ilnve Stolen Uro Worth ano.OOO.
DuitANno. Mer., Aug. 10. A passenger tinln
bringing gold and sllv or oro from thu mines to
tho smolter woiks near horo wns descending
tho momilnlns yesterday when the guards
wero fired on by n largo body of brignnds.
Tho guards wero tnkon by surprise nnd made
little resistance. Tho brigands llred several
volleys Into the ccort, nnd It Is reported tit
teen of the lattor wero killed. Tho brigands
secured the treasure, valued nt $,"0,000. und
lied to tho mountains. Government troopB
nro lu pursuit
MIl.ITAItr CALI.mt OUT IN GKOUGT.t.
A Mob Trlee to lteicne Tnn Whltee Held
lor the Murder ol u Negro.
Savannah, Aug. 10. Two companies of mil
itnry nro on duty nt .Temp because of tho
efforts of a mob or whites to roloaso Charles
W'nrren und llnrtow Austin, two wltlto railroad
engineers, from custody.
Tho two men nre chargod, along with Henry
Little and othor white men. with murdering
Isaic Flowers In July. Flowers was shot In
his cabin and placed on tho rallroud truck,
with a placard on his coat stating that all
other negroes would botroatod likewise. Khor
lfTJohn 1 Ills of vppltng ran down cluos which
pointed to eight white mon ns the inurdMrer0.
Warren nnd Austin wore urrosted nt .lesiip
by tho Sheriff unit linen deputies, who wero
armod with Uinehi sters. A mob beslogeik
them In tlm depot nnd tolegrums woro sent for
nld, Tho Governor ordered troops to tho
scene fiom llrunswicU.
On their iJrilvul un effort was made to place
The prisoners on tho truln. lleforo this could
he done It was necessary to nearly brnln S'-v-ernl
of tho mob w Ith the butt ends of muskets.
Tho military will bo kept at Jesup, in rouli
ness for any trouble on I'ridny. w lien tho Pris
oners will bo brought back for trial, und other
uriostsof prominent whito men who are be
lieved to Im members of tho Josup lvu-Klux
will bo mudo.
A 2XAIN CiUOUT TN Till: FLOOD.
rJevernl Freight I'nra Knrpl from a Bridge
mid the J irpoeea Hint,
San .ysTovio. Aug. 10. A water spout burst
near horo Ia-t night, which caused thoSablnal
lilvorto bucrunea rnglng turront within a fow
minutes. The water swept down upon tho
Southern 1'aelRo Itnllroad bridge just as an
east bound freight train wus crossing. The
engine and one of tho cats cleared the bridge,
but tl.o i car car and threo c.'iboosos wept
down. Tim trnin was in charge of Conductor
George McMullen and tho crews ot Conductors
John Mangan und J. 1". Crawford Wero nttaehed
in their taboo-e-. All three crews loll through
tho bridgo in their i.ibooes. tondmlor Mc
Mullon whb frlglitfullv rut und gashed, but
munagod to get out nnd reach the tdeginpli
ftiitl.., nt Snbiunliiii'l lulegripb for ui on
I'uctor McMullou will probably die. llr-.. mun
ruuk Leonard wns killed and his n mains
brought hero to-duy llrakemen llamond.
Wulda. umlck. and Goodwin are all boriou-ly
lniurod. but will reeovor.
All of tin injured men live in this city. The
Itidgu bus boon replaced by u temporary
A waterspout nlso occurred at .') o'clock tills
morning ut Medlni. thirteen mlli-s -otitli of
here, und u uuurternf a miloof tr.i"kof the In
to) national and Great Northern Itnllroad was
wu-hi d avvu). I he rainfall In southwest Tevuu
luring the past three days lias been heavier
than over known lu the same length of time.
blltl'CK JIT A blltAY 1SUI.I.KI.
Mlsa .ludsn Waa tsnluclns Tho Children
In a Hammock V) lien jh Wue Hlint.
AVhllo Miss Annlo Judgo was plnylng witli
tho children of Mr. Kondnll In the yanl of tho
Stoutonburgh eottuge, at Sou Clill.on Tuesdny
evenlnir. sliowns struck In tho thigh by a stray
bullet from a 1 lobeit rllle. i'bo bullet passed
through the bottom of tho hammock In which
Miss Judge was swinging tho children. Im
mediately nfter the shot wus fired a couple of
l,o) s, who were somo distance from tho spot,
wero suan to runaway. In sourehlngu! out
the place afterward t onMuhle i imrtnev lounJ
tiro small rllleu which hud been abandoned by
tlio boys in then flight. It l- thought, the shot
wusllred eitlior nceidentnll) ur mrnhv-ely. Hi.
Hums attended Miss Judge and extruded the
bullet. Ho does not think the wound danger
ous. Miss Judge is emplo)ed us a, nursoglrl
in Mr. Kendall n family.
The IV eat her.
The low preure rainalnetl about stationary over tho
like rejtlous )Ckli-ri)a). ami the lilk'li jirraaure over ttio
botit It AtUullc btntra. tlio rclattva puaitlon fr tlii.e
nrvai keejaiir tlio lumj erutiuo very lilKh over tlio
country generally eaat or the vlUi,i,ii The lovr
jreiotiro biriits to l ttritulni; to a cantro U it doei
It In llkel) to jtnss on iiiickl) au 1 atlnH an trea or tuicli
licaiir0. Mill, coaler vvtatlirr, to paai down over tji-j
loin into tins t.ilmi). rtiar appuars la tibaaliirut
trier Jts ir jris.ure over M.nacaotA, which may ho
the hi .in Oil ut cooler emitter.
Tti a tplaperstliro aahilthe-toertho Atlantlo fUntai
,tauttllu rer)hero at H A. M from Hoton to hey
Wci-t liCweli N) ami H4: during tlio aftrrnrinn It
vhalalnernllk' anil MJ". W'eat of tha MllsUslppt the
ntiithi-r uaa aliichtly cooler.
Miusera (ell In all the Rtatri borilerluir the llla
fll U. alo lu tlio lako rcb'loin, etiotrhere It wai jen
tra y fulr.
In lata city tlio morning ojiened warm and anltry,
tally ono ilay this lumnier win warmer at H A )l ,
v Inn the turrinomalcr marked 3i, ihe l.uinl.llt) m
M rer cent, le, Ihun nu Tueailay at HA, M , hut tlio
aienite, 7a, waa hut 4 par cent, leaa; hlithet oltlciat
tiniiorture, Hai"j loHtkt, US'; wind tcutlii aicruBo
vtlotlty, Cm llr a an hour,
fa ilai tirotnUei to hi cloudy and ahowerr. heromho.'
coo'or at nUht.
Iho thermometer at l'crry'i pharmacy In Tin ins
bmltjink'rccoruoil tlie teinjorului real erduj a. follow.,
b'i. ;'i-' vsi v.ii
.1 M "II 74 n 80 V. M "4- hi
liA. M 77 74 UP V , , , ,ii.i- e,
II A. VI HI bj II I M , HI' st
KM .... b7 Ui U Mid si- 7o
Average ... Ho
Average on Auir. tu, isul , , . . S3'i
ABIIINi,ON ItiltCCAIT IOU Till Ul 41
For Maine, ?,evv llauiiililro, uui Veruent, ibowera,
Maranr ulnili atittitiig to sntt,
lor Vhia.arliiuet!', Kbul lalanl, an I Cuiiiitcllcut.
ahoHora, iuuh rTtitirk'lii), satnur trlJa neat wltnJa.
lor ttkttiu .Vcia Ivrk, tlioutu, aulir fiwJ'l1 .lrif,r
irf'illl, uf't win l
For eaatern I'eiinajbanlv New ,ieri-y and Dolo
viura, fulr, trcieileil hv ilmwers, cunlir Ttiuradny
inornlui,', folios nlh rlf lua- tnuperaluri, etliu!i
Kor th ii Iilttrlit u( ruliiinhlaaiitt )JarUnJ. ahow
era, slightly tuoleij Heat lmli
ror is i ateru rrnnajhuui and Wiat VlrKinla, fair,
extrjil liosrr buiUlil lu Kenlirn l'eiiuiyltanla,
Haruier wakt Hinl at 1 tuii,- loauith
lurweateru ,Ni w utk, lair, 1 receded by inoweu;
warnii-r eat vitiult, hccouiluif variable.
The tiarnuietrr la above the uotiual our the aouth
Atlantic and iul( hlatea, ruiteru .Now hugUnd, and
aloiur the inlddlg and auuth 1'ailflo coaata Kleethere
itlabeluw tlie iinrmal. A storm of general trmitili
baiiad eaatward over the lake reKlona and It cen.
tral n rth of Lake Ontario. A eto'ui of marked energy
remaliii eeiilral oar Alhrrl. The lamreratuio baa
talleu from tbo middle Mlaalailppl Valley ever the lake
regions aud Ncw l'nitliuid, and ou tho middle umt north
I'achlo t uatta It has rlaen over tlio uilddlo mid iiorlh
eru I'.ucky Muuntulii regions ami In tlio Mlourl and
exirame upptr Ml,illipl talUji. Jlalu lias fallen
throughout the central vallejs and the lake rigliaia
ami in areas hi the middle Atlantb.. huu fneluinl mill
llulfbtatas bllghtly molar weatber is Indicated for
the middle Atlantic ami New I'.iiglaml Mates ou lliura
day lu Ilia reulrul vulltya the weather sill be
viiriner Hmw crs are Indicated for the ulilricii ami
CLUES TOINT ONLY ONE WAr.
a mristox 7tt.fr .is 10 im: At:- jH
Jlf.ST (If J.1XZIK lll)ItllN. jH
The Keeret fnqneat V)VIII he t'ontlniled Tina, SM
nail Ac'lnn tltl l'retlinhlj' lie Taken at 11
tlnee VVIIas llortlen eieserely Trle4 n ia's'al
lleali nla' lletil-tnc Her IntttfTerenl H
.Vlanaer llroken Her Nerntta tsyalem a
1 1dila to the flralu-Tlic Jllali let At tin-. 1H
try Mute that Tneiitl-fnur lluura V) III H
See the I'nd Mlea llnrden'a (slater mill WM
Ml. lorc rxumtnril A IV.stch t'nl au jV
the Crmcn of ilf. and lira. Uorrfeii, MM
Tam, ltivn:. Aug. 10. Nearer nnd nonror fl'I
draws tho end of the llorden murder mystery. ' j 1
As tho lmiulry now progressing nppronchoa j I
its close, the cortalnty of nn nrrest bythepo- ,1
lice, which will neeord with their thooryns to ijjj
who commuted tho imtrdci. bocomos mord fl
nppntent. Ulstrict .Mtorner Kiiovvlton wus Em
seen lato to-night by Tin'. M.'N rcpoiter. nnd H
"Tho nett twenty-four hours will toll tho fl
tale. Within thut time cveutbing will be Iln- V
Llylo lloiden und the servant girl. Bridget fl
Sullivan, uro prnctlenlly under nrrest. Jfrb. fl
Jane Ilrlghnm. who spends tho day at the Hor- fl
den house v Ith I.h.yJe ltotden, nud Mrs. fl
Holmis. who stays lu tho Iioumi nt night, nro H
detectives in tho seivlce und employ of tho) fl
l'ollce Department. One of them Is with l.l..-lo fl
llorden toustuutl). Tlio Snlllve.n girl Is In fl
charge of heiccnnt Dolmrtr. vvhoallowb her
to tnik to no ono In regard to tlm murder ur ' Jll
nn)thlngrolatingtoit. o other jicrsons nro ,ll
In the chnigu ot the iollco norunder survell- tjj
lnnce, with the possible exception of John ftl
Vlnnicuin Moiso. who Is on I) shudowud whon jH
lis movesubout tbo 1 it). jU
The examination which was started vest or- , H
day morning as a simple lmiulry Into the facta HJ
in tho possession of tho iollco has dovolojxrd fl
Into a full-grown imjuest. The Ulstrict Attor- fl
noy decided this b posting a bulletin Into last fl
nlglit. which read: " Imiuost adjourned until H
to-morrow nt 10 o'clock. UzHu llorden and fl
Bridget Sullivan wore examined to-day." ifl
As soon us Lawyer Jennings, tbo counsel for II
I,l7rio llorden. heard of this. It Is mid he fl
again demanded thut ho he permitted to bo 9
Present und protect his client. Judgo Q
lllulsdell rofused to glvo l.im ndmls- fl
Eton. The limuest opened tills morning aVi
ut 1 1 :.';0 o'clock. Chief of l'ollce Illl-
Hard drove to tho llorden house und H
brought lA-7o llorden to tho couit room. fl
Mrs. lirigham was with her. Miss llorden S
woro a blue cloth dress, and u black straw bat fl
trimmed with bluo ribbon. Mie wore no 9
mourning. As she stopped ftom tlio carriage jo
nt 1'ollco Headauurters sho stopped, looked at tffl
thu crowd, nnd smiled. Her manner was care- Ml
lees almost to flippancy. .Sho showed no ex- kl
haiistioti from ycsterda)'s four-hour slega. tal
Tho oxnmlnutlon to-day was much more i'JJ
snvero than lesterduy. Bho was not auao 'fl
tloned icsti rduy on tho details of tbo murdor W
uud tho suspicions ugalnst her. This morn- IS
ing sho was confrontud with the mass of evl- im
Cci cu raid to be in the possession of the po- ifl
lice. I'ldures of her fatlior nnd mother as eJ
they lay dead in tho bitting room wera jfl
bhown to her. Tho evidence of thoso sur- Ifl
rounding tho prnmlsos about tholtmo of tho ,'J
murder was thrust at her. to uliow hor what jfl
llttlo faith tho pollco havo in her story that ' ' 9
pIu w:u in tlio barn. A dc oripila:. of tbo M
wounds en tho bonds of tho victims was re- ?
pouted to her. The Improbability thut she ifl
wns out of tho house was stated, und utter all jjj
this she was eompelbd a second time lo SI
answer numberless questions in explanation H
ot details which until explained, the pollco M
Fay. easts the shadow of suspicion to stronglir 19
upon bur. la
Mins Uordon stood it for two hours. Then , U
sho fiiltored, slopped and seemed about to n
break down. Tho rplendid control under ,M
which sho had uji to that tlino held herself
seemed about to be brushed aside. The Dls- nj
trict Attorney flictliiuiibtion nfter quostion at 9
her. The tears welled up, bho wnb about to jl
ppouk. but with an ellort she drew horsdf to- JU
gelher and waft allowed to leave tho room. n
Jl at ran Itus'-dl took her into nn udjoinluir '
loom and prepared u sola for hei. I.ljde "fl
was flushed nnd trembling. Her lips 'julvered.
nud sho boomed nbout to cry. Onto tlio door
wns clostd. hovvovoi, bho hiy down and tea m
minutes later she was bound usleep. At Vi:W) Ijii
o'clock Jlutron ltussoll nvyoke her. ns ( hlff tti
Hilllard ws wnltlug with Mr. lirigham lo '-J5
tuko her home. vi
"Can I holDyou?" nsked Mrs. Hussell kindly. 'fi
"No." baid .i7lo. "I don't want rouraer- yl
vices." S '
"It's getting near dinnor time." enld Mrs. i,
ltussoll. "and ou must bo hungry."
"Why don't )ou talk to mo nbout breakfast,"
snapped I.I7I0 Uordon. but tbo I.i77io llorden
who walked down tho stairs at I'i. 45 o'clock
was a far different peisun from the lArilo
llorden who. three hours In-'ore. had gone up
stnlrs to faco her ijuestbuieis. Tliere VTua
nothing of tho cureless air about hor. bhe
stoppod at the tup lauding und seemed
to shrinK back ns she saw the people
below. Hor fnco wus own more colorlon
than usual. 'Iho mitiiial icllow of her cum- I
plexlon had changed tin blel.l) pallor. Tho 1
muscles of hor face twitihed und bho looked 1
us though bhe had Inn weeping. Her gray
eyes moved restle-,-1) uround tho faces of the ,
crowd. Hoi hands vw p tlghtl) denoliod and 'J,
her left arm re, 1, d on 1 hi. I Illlll.iid s shoul- ,
del. Mm luoke I ,.s tlioiigh she hud been '
mercibissl) b.iun'cd and at lust liuon driven
into 11 corie-r h stumbled as sho Hupped
lutiithe Ii id,, nnd tuiik heavily into n seat In
11 corner. Mie w.m drlvenillieel to hurhoiiho
und lilt In 1 ho 1 ur. of .Mrs. lirigham.
ill fine I.1I11 llonlin appeared ut thu In
quest 1'iof. Wo id of lliuvuril, who liuHchnrge
ot the visiui.t taken from Ml. und Sirs, llor
den, n nt up stairs and tustiiled further in
regiint tu the blood on tho lujr- found under a
bin ket in tl Ilur tlm day after tho murder.
Ho told the Distill t ltorney that there was
no doubt thut thu blond wi- huniaii blood. Ho
alwi si iled, 11 I-i-aid, that from u partial ex
amination of tlio Mains found on tho uxo
Willi h was discovered in the cellar pear tho
nigs, he thought thut they, too, were human
s l.ble Iloiden caiuu up the stairs to tho
Inqueht l'rnf. Wood wont down stairs nnd to 1
the llorden house. A c atpentcr liauieil Morris ':
Duly wus vvuitiug for him there. Daly hud
suwb uud n hntclii t. He and 1'rof. Wood went
Into tlio sitting toiiiu undeiirufullylookod ovor ,
thu Willis uud Woodwork. On the punolnuf the 1'
dooi, 1'rof. Wood fi und blood r,tulus. Duly J.
sawed out thu wood bearluj tlielu uud tho if
blocks vrere cnrefully widprod up. The two
men then wont up i-l.ilis to tbo ruoiu In which
Mrs. lloiden wuh killed.
Daly sawed 6ei nil blocks from that purt of
tho Hour which I stained with Mis. lloutcn's
blood. Thoso weie wiupp'il up in u sepai.ite
bundle, l'rof. Wood took the two bundles und
curried thorn buck to Huston with him on tlm
11 o'clock t lain. It wus leninod thut he will ';
measure the corpuscleN of tho blond nn the
raus und un thu nxe. and eompuiH their t.'n ,
with tho bI.o ot thu corpiibclcsof thu bloiel m
tho wood cut from the door punels and fiom
the lloor of the epuro room,
AJtor l'rnf. Wood aud 1 lzlu Horden hud tes
tified nt tho Inquest, John Munleum Morse
was summoned und wuh sworn. Ilurepiuted
ills account of his wheieuboutsund ustublish
ed a satisfactory nlibl by ehowlnu that hi wits
ut Mrs. Daniel Jjuorv's hotibu ut 4 Wn)hosseV
street for tho hour preceding uud I ho half hour
succeeding the time of the murder of Hr. lloi
den. Op the tlieori thut Mrs. llorden w is
killed ns early nsH o'clock oil Uhumday morn
ing, It was evident that Mr. Morse, ncoord
ing tollilb own admission, wus In (he hoiibc,
Jlut Mr lloulen was nlso in the hou-u ut
thut time, and uccoidlng to the lestlinnni of
Hriilgot Hullivan. l.Uzln Hoiduil and Mi.
Mursu hlnibelf. Mr llorden und Mi. vlnrsu
w uro ti gether the who 0 time. li. Murre ii-ft
thu house und H i' o clock und Mi llorden
iijipeared at the Bide door o bid him to be sum
uud bo home tor diumu. 'Ihls U piuved by
outside teutlmou), uslda from Mr. Morbe'e 1
Hut tho pnrllon nf Mr. Mmsi evldepco
whlth Is most impo t .11) t In thu oplnlouuf tl.o