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CROSS - EXAMINING IIAIIN.
-nb doesnt do as well witti col. fel
lows as with me. howe.
Ad "Effort to Show (but Us Waa Afraid of
Ilnney and Had Known Illm to be a
Danerou Man He Fired the First flhot
for Assistance and (he Second to Hit Ilu.
ey ln.the;Le Mr. Hussey Present.
Igg BjMffl It. HO WE was prompt
Wa Jffl lyon timn ibis mora.
Z'sgjjl" W Hreman Edward Hahn,
W ijVji rt block ho Indicated to
MPW. J7ViW uo reporters that he
Wlini-) r anticipated tho con-
rVfc! - """ elusion of the evidence
'A-iaWr'C t"dav "" 'bat be
TSrSlK? should make the last
tfahjtJF?j plea for tho life of his
mmmfi though large andlus.
( IlllfttlilTnP rous diamond shone
XhSttfttaBPiji. on bis expansive shirt
( Uftprffiii' front and a large dia.
J .QSJ mond-studded ring
' .KfjiM Bunted from either
f JH IkCj " 1 Uttl flnBr' HU ,ron
yrJl I HkjBK .& J Bray no'r was comDed
!l3w?l ivaguMWkl domuroly ltaok from
11W2SSHKsJ his high forehead, and
YlnS ybjE77JH nis manner was that of
SfrV$3Sra!Py ft raan 'mProSBO(l with
v" ywvjff 1 aa 0,iigatjOI1 t0 jje
Mrs. Hussey, who had listened with her
head inclined who shall say in nttontion or
in sorrow f to young Edw. Hahn yesterday
as he related his story of the shooting, was
not in court this morning when Mr. Howo
began his questioning of tho slayer of her
husband, but earner in afterward with tho
wife of her son, Cornelius Hussey.
Hahn's air in relating his story was that of
one oppressed by tho awful situation he was
in. ana his voice was very low, though ovory
word was quito distinct- His languago was
.good, as was indicated in The Evenino
Would report, and ho made a favorablo im
pression on tho minds of his hearers.
To-day Mr. Howe began with i
nahn, did yon deliberate and Intend to kill Jack
Duney! A- No, sir. or
Q. Yon said you fired two shots In the air? A.
That's what I said.
Q. Have you heard that Hussey had often as
saulted other policemen and citizens; A. Yea,
Q. Have you heard that Hosier was a leader of
the draft riots?
This was ruled out by the Court, who also
declared the last two questions properly in
admissible, and Mr. Howe excepted.
Hahn said he had been fined one and three
days' pay for sitting down at a o'olock in the
morning, and for going into a saloon, re
spectively. Mr. Howe wanted to show that Hahn ob
tained from tho blotter in tho Delonccy street
station a knowledge of the record of Hussey
ns on assaulter of policemen. But this was
not allowed, and Jit. Howe, turned, tho wit
ness over to tho prosecution.
Col. Fellows cross-examined Hahn, and
Hahn did not appear so well. Ho essayed to
nrgue with Col. Fellows, and was captious In
Col. Fellows You didn't Intend to kill Hussey,
dldyoallahn? A. No sir, I Intended to wound
Q. Where did yon Intend to hit him? A. In
the lea. I aimed low. I knew that the conrse of
the ballet would be downward.
Q. Were there any plies of brick or stones In the
near vicinity of the place of the shooting? A.
There had been building going on there. I did not
aay I was hit by stones orbrlck. I said missiles.
Q. Hussey did not approach you when yon first
saw him that evening, did he ? A. No, sir.
Q, He said ho did not know you, didn't .he? A.
Q. Why did you fire thaCOrstshot? A. Hussey
was following me out and I wanted to attract the
attention of a policeman.
Q. How near were you when yon fired the shots?
A. About eight feet when I fired the first; ten or
twelve feet at the second shot, and fifteen feet
when I fired the third shot,
' Q. How many stones were thrown when you
were running toward Corlears street? A. I didn't
Q. Were there a dozen? A. I should think as
.many as that.
. Were you on duty when you were drinking
and buying drink in those saloons ?
After bridling and arguing a little, Hahn
replied in the affirmative, under Instruction"
from Mr. Howe. ,
Q. Why did yon not tell why yon shot Hussey,
when you were given the first opportunity at the
hospital ? A. I had no right to tell Huuey.
Q. This ferocious man put up Ms hand and
asked : " Why did you shoot me t" Was It asked
angrily or quietly, reproachfully? A. I did not
notice signs of anger. I can't say If he was
Q, Hid hef offer Ma, hand? a. Ie, sir; but I
did not take it the firsttime. I took It afterwards
because Sergt. Lanecr ordered me to.
Q. How muoh had yon drank at the excursion
that day? A. About a dozen beers.
Judge. Cowing asked Hahn several ques
tions, and the prisoner illustrated the
shooting, using "the corner of Judgo
Cowine's dosk in a graphlo illustra
tion of the corner entrance to MoElroy's
saloon. He Bald that he had his eyes on
Hussey all the time and that Hussey never
stood near the wagon in the street. Hussey
did not stop at all, but followed him on a
run, swinging his arms. He showed no
weapon, but Hahn said bo feared ho might
have one in his pocket. Hussey was fifteen
At this Judgo Cowing asked :
Q. low old are you? A. Twenty-alx years.
. How old was Hussey? A. PUty-nlne years,
-iS,hAyonud.lllnlt tWDk J00 ls would be
jiltnble enough to take you out of Ms reach ? No,
- A.Wo?i3 yo?.!? "Ild o'Unssey single-handed
na alone tt neither of you were armed,old as he
was? A. Yes, sir, I would.
S;iu,tJ0ur.'1,!.oLHuMer and the crowd im
mediately vanished after you had fired that third
Hahn admilted to Judge Cowing that a man
came near him betwoen the first and second
shots and he told him to get out of the way
because he was going to shoot.
, "Then you were deliberating," sold Col.
Fellows ;" had deliberated enough to warn
this man to got out of the way, you were
going to shoot?" and Hahn answered In the
mrmatlTe, and this finished the examination
of Edward TTithi
The testimony of aeverol other witnesses
concluded the evidence on both sides, and as
It lacked only ten minutes of the usual timo
l Jf cess the lJaUB0 WM ttoffl. -i
I j V6 recess Mr. Howe summsd up for tho
defense, followed by Col. Fellows.
Italians Ifateinbed In a Hewer.
(SriOU!. TO TBI KTMIXCJ WOKLD.
NitwAKK, Oct. IS. Vlncenzo Pemlrpcde and an-
m otner Iuilsn laborer whose name U not known,
am lwro 'n,ombe1 o-day whUe worklag in a sewer In
"all EKEi,,ff,.lfc They were nneonsclons when extri-
J! ,M- Both were removed to, st. Michael's.
i Bo.ton and Maine Itallroad Trlnmpliaat,
m UnctiL to Tsa xriicuia woman,
M f "ccd, N, h., Oct 18.-Th9 Benata passed
OM Hto Bates bill to-day, 1 to 8,
n 1 .
11ALANCE OP TRADE AGAINST THEM.
The Dominion CioTcrnraent Sluot (Stare the
Bum f 830,010,000 In the Face.
tsrxcuL to tbc aviKixa woai4.)
Oitawa, Out., Oct. 13. Tho Dominion
Government, despite their protestations that
it never would happen again, find themsolvcs
confronted w.ltU a balance of trade of
823.876,000 against them as shown by the
trade statistics of imports nnd export just
published by the Government for tho fiscal
year ending June 80.
Tho total amount of customs dutios col
lected upon goods Imported into tho Do
minion during tho year was 922,4C9,700, an
iccroaso of $3,021,682 over tho figures for
the preceding year, the total imports being
The nvemge rnto of duty levied upon im
ports, dutiable and free, was 20 per cent.,
comparod with 18 per cent, in 1880 and 13M
per cent, in 1878. The exports havo increased
from $S5,2CO,000 to $89,600,000. The increase
in imports, largely mado upon goods entered
from tho United States, was 8 per cent.,
whllo exports only increased 6 por cent.
THREE DAYS WITnOCT FOOD.
Alleged Experience of an Inmnle of a Char
(irSCIAI. TO TBS EVBKt!)0 WOULD.)
Sybaocse, N. Y., Oct. 13. A coso of ex
tremo cruelty was developed to-day at the
Shelter for Incorrigible Girls In this city.
Through a visitor at the Shelter, Tnn Even
ing Would report or learned that Emma
Purdy, fifteen years old, had been locked
up in tho dnngcon and forgotton until four
days had elnpsed. The case was investigated
and the Matron doolared that Uio girl was
not forgotten, and contrary to report, had
had a bod in tho " lock-up," as it is called, to
The girl declared that she had nothing to
eat for throo days, and all she had in the
room was a blanket upon which she laid on
the laid on tho floor.
Tho Sholter is under tho pntronago of
Bishop Huntington, and it is snid that on in
vestigation will be mode.
CLEVELAND PAYORS WASHINGTON.
Where Will the Next JJemorrntlr Nrtlonnl
Convention lie Held?
FECIAL TO TBE EVEXIICO WOKLD.
Wabuinoton, Oct. 13. A movement has
been started here by the Columbia Demo
cratic Club to secure tho meeting of the next
National Demoorntlo Convention iu Wash,
ton ing The advantages of Washington as a
convention city will bo set forth in glowing
colors. It is understood that the soheme is
regarded with favor by tho President and
They say that if tho convention is held
under the portals of tho White House, it will
be easier for thorn to head off any attempt to
bolt the administration slate ou the part of
MUST PAY TAXE8 IN OHIO,
Lake Shore and Weetern Union Stock Ae
eisable Heavy Interest Involved.
riCIAL TO TBS EVXKiao WORLD.
Cleveland, O., Oct. 18. Owing to a de
cisionof the Supremo Court last week that,
under the Ohio statutes, the stock of the
Western Union and of tho Lako Shoro is tax
able in this State, tho caso in issue will be re
opened. The portios to tho suit aro the
Treasurer of Bichland County and tho archi
tect of Cuyahoga County.
The decision affects the local stockholders
of every railroad corporation in Ohio, and
hundreds of interests are involved.
The Court has granted a motion permitting
interested corporations to make arguments.
Mr. Bolen Murrendcra Iler Ilueband.
Detective Michael Y. For. era, of the Urooklyn
Central Office, went to the residence of Cornelius
H. Bolen, at 291 Madison street, last evening, with
Wm. C. Becchman, a hotel-keeper of No. 843
Broad street. Newark, who wanted Mr. Bolen ar
rested on a charge of misappropriating a note for
fsso. Bolen was at dinner with his wife. As noon
as she learned the offlcer'B errand, Mr. Bolen
locked the door and said she would keep Powers
and Mr. Beechman there all night rather than
hare her husband locked up.
Powers Intimated that ne would take her hus
band out If he had to throw him through a window,
and the lady concluded to give up the key. Bolen
was held by Justice Walsh this morning.
Hankers Work and Play.
FECIAL TO TBS EVESISO ..OnLD.)
Pittsbdko, Oct. 13. The Bankers' convention
this morning re-elected as President Logan
a Murray, President of the United States National
Bank of New York. The Flint Vice-President Is
Charles Parsons. President of the State Savings
Association, of St. Louis, with an additional Vice
President from each of the other States. This
afternoon the convention takes a steamboat excur
sion on the Monongahela, Alleghany and Ohio
Michael Placett Tkdu New York.
Mlohael Plggott, who armed at Castle Garden
from the steamer Italy last evening, Is detained
there by the Commissioners. He came from Dub
lin, and though he looks four-score, he says he Is
only 44. He has only at, an old stove-pipe hat, a
ragged soldier's outfit and a dilapidated pair of
boots. He left Ireland, he says, because times
were hard and he has no friends there. He Is
likely to be sent back.
Did Not Try to Take Hie Life.
The alleged attempt at suicide of Adam Hellmer,
sentenced to five years and six months yesterday
for killing Henry Elmer in Clausen's brewery on
July so, was pronounced to be untrue by Warden
Walsh at the Toombs this morning. The Warden
also said Hellmer was taken to Sing Sing to-day.
An KmiaTttDt'e Nnlclde at Hea.
The Carr Line steamer which arrived from Ham
burg this morning reports that on Oci s William
Schneider, a steerage passenger, Insane, Jumped
overboard and was drowned. XV.t lifeless body
was recovered and subsequently returned to the
sea. Schneider was a native of Hamburg and had
no friends In this country.
On Trial for lUlilnar Ills Friend.
SrSOIAL TO TBS EVEXIKQ WORLD.
Nxwabe, Oct. is. Testimony for the State Is
being taken in the Court of Oyer and Terminer at
Newark to-day, In the case of Vincenxes Julians,
Indicted for the murder of Gnlsseppo Dadona, his
friend, on Jaly 10 last. Mr. Barrett, bis counsel,
entered a plea of not guilty on his behalf.
CharlM 01. Oelrlch III.
(SrEOIAIi TO CBS EVEXISO WOBLD)
Nbwtobt, Oct. 13. Mr. Charles M. Oelrlchs, of
New York, was yesterdsy seized with a oerlons 111.
ness and his brother, Mr. nerman Oelrlchs, was
telegraphed for and arrlved.tbts morning. The
former la much better to-day.
Itev. Dr. Nathaniel J. Barton, of Hartford, died
suddenly In that city to-day from Injuries received
by being thrown from a carriage several months
ago. Dr. Burton was pastor of the Park Church.
The World's Championship In Rroeklysi,
St. Loots vs. Pstsoit, To-morrow, P. M. Adadfl.
too, WmdU. dread staadM cent ufet, V
BULLS BOOST THE MARKET.
BTAID OLD STOCKS HANDLED WITHOUT
GLOVES BY BUSY BROKERS.
Heports of Cnt Rate by Western Roads
Mend tho noil Usder Cover Temporarily
and Hear Slake an Onslaught Foreign
Speculator Disposed to Bell American
Hecnrltles Tips From Tho World's Ticker.
Wall Btiikxt. Oct. 13.
aassssaa URE enough, tho
S (JviTjl s'uniP ,n stocks y ester
il Iil-iUjlI ay brought in a large
fVrXV ll-l town soiling orders
yx N ttSstS'thls morning, and the
Jv j-lv tffi bears naturally took
v&feadeimEi advantage of this to
Ii Mra oontinuo tho hammer-
vnivwl? nn 'nB loceM A-'w '
MKW p the bulls who had not
lvi Afl 'os bope altogether
I vJKj r Ravo support to Union
yjtjSy ' I I Paciflo and several
7k (other shares and the
-t M stock just named
MAWfljg2gdjuniped to W from
CJjisSSgi sil's at tho oloso yes
terday, but thoy woro
met by such a flood of selling
that they, too, quickly gave up the task.
Tho passing of tho Baltimore and
Ohio dividend was used as a great bear argu
ment, but there was hardly any necessity for
even this, in view of the alarming reports
received concerning tho railroad situation
at tho West. The big linos were
said to be cutting and slashing rates on all
kinds of trafllo, and Manager Mlcker, of tbe
Northwest, was credited with saying that
" Tariffs are bo low I'm ashamed to look at
When the bulls Raw this they ran under
cover and the market was completely at the
mercy of their opponents. Union Paciflo
tumbled from 46& to U); St. Paul from
12H to 70i and some of tho less
nctrvo shares. like San Francisco,
Oregon Navigation, Mil. Lako Shore & Wes
tern, and St. Paul &. Duluth broke 2 to
points ou very small sales. Even the staid
old Chic. Bur. & Quincy was handled without
gloves, and while sales were boing mode at
128 a 129 regular it was offered at 125 soller
A good deal of long stock was forced out
whion the bears quickly grabbed, and then
proceeded to bring about a rally. The
smaller shorts, as soon as they took in tho
situation, made an effort to cover and the re
sult was an advance to figures above last
London after selling stocks also took back
some of them when things woro improved.
Western Unionjand Heading were firmorall
day than the rest of tho market, nnd the
story that tho Reading troubles would surely
bo fixed up this afternoon assisted tho recov
ery in the whole list.
- A rumor was afloat that tho Chicago, Bur
lington and Quincy dividend will be reduced
to the rate of S per cent, per annum. This
added to tha uneasy feelingluring the morn
ing. Just before 3 o'slook the bears mode a tor
rill o onslaught upon-Pt. Pial' and' forced It
down to 70X. As 70 has been the price prom
ised by the Bateman party, tho impression
gainedg round that a rally was not for off.
Money was offered at 4 a 5 per cent, on
stocks and there was unnsual pressure to lend
on Governments at 3 per cent.
Exohange was strong and. the rates wero
put up to 4.82 and 4.86X.
Opn, JHo, Lt9, prima,
American KrpreM 10X lOHtf lOrtW 1U81
Cnd Sosttwrn o'i 6J)J SIJ? 6'jjj
Osurnd Pulflo 81 Bf 111 01
Central PulSo 'JO !M 'n W
Cl.r.., Ool, Gin. t Ind tM 4 49 4U
Ohwmikt Ohio 5 D 8 B
Ohio. or). A Qolnor 139 129 137'W
ONcift. AWorthwfrt' 107 1CW," 1UTV 107Z
OHe., Mil. A fit. Pinl.... IV, 7S 70"; 71
8hlo., Mil. SBt. PmiIdM.... 118 lis 113 lis
hio., Itoek Is. Pacific 118W 113' 113 113
Col. i Hocklns VUej 31!. 3l 3ltf 3lg
Colorado Coil Iron.. 32 33 aa
Consolidated Oat 70 71) 70 7U
Dl., Lack. Woat.rn 13X 134V 134 134M
Delawar. 4 Hudson, t7 U7JJ Wi 7g
D.nT.r A Rio Grands... ai W 21'i 23
PsnTM A Klo Urand pfd ta 64 B.IW 64
K. Tsnn., Vs. A Oeorsla..,,.. 10 10 '! s;i
K. Tsnn., Va. AOklrt pfd.. BS 68 65 65
K. Tonn.. Va. Ua.3lptd... 19 19 19 19
Fort Worth A Domer City 7Jtf 7 47 47
IUlnoli Cntral. 11 118 11B 118X
Ind., Bloom. A Western 19M ISM 13M 13H
KlniritonA Pembroke 29M 29M 29M 3VM
LouarUlelNaahTille 65 Mil 64 (J 69
le Shore DOW 111', U0 01
LakeErleAWeitern lit; U'i UK 14'.'
ManhattanOonaol 9 lit m IWk
MlohlfimOentral 84V H4iT 83M B3U
gll..T H. AWeatera.... 81 81 80S.H0S
li., L. S. Western pfd 10JV 1031 lOlS lOlC
InnaapolUABt. Loola IU IV 10 10
MiSMuii Paciflo.. DOM Wti tWTi H 90
Mlaaouri,Kantaai Texas 21 8 31H 30fJ lilU
NewJereerOentral .71? 733 71 72)1
New JTork Central......... 103 104VJ 108.5 104
NewYorEiHewliniland,.... 85U 80 Q aj 9tU
N. Y OhGaVoAHf. LonJl... sS UU 1SW lSQ
N. Y.; Ontf St. trals pfd... 37 37 37 37
N. Y.,LaeErleaWeaUrn,. 48K S5U 25 35,-
N. Y., L. Krlo sVWertern pfd. 69 COW 6 00)5
N. Y.'Soaq, Wert, pfd...., 3 37.S 28 47
Norfolk a Weaternpfd SeS M aSH MK
Nerthern Paolffo..., 20 20, : 20J
NorUiani Paotno pfd 43V 44 4J 44
8 Ohio Mlaitaalppl 23 33 31K 317
ntarto Western.,... 16X 18H 15 is'
recon nallvaj a K.caUon. Si 6l 79X 83
Oncon Tn&aoontlnental 18U 1K 16 IBM
Orenn IraproTement 8B! tin W( SAM
Paolflo Mail....... 381 atU 85 85
PhUadelphla A Readlna..,,... 69)2 COS tiu eou
Peoria. DeoMar K?unrllle.. 2d 20 20 20
PnUmaa PaUoe Car Oompanr. 1(8 148 K7M 147K
Richmond sYeetPplntTer.. 23 ViU 2lt 33U
hich. Wert Point Tot. pfd.. 47 47 47 47
St. Paul Omaha....... 39M 40 SUV MX
Teias Vadflo. 23 23 31! 23l
Tenneaaee Coal Iron 23M 2JM .33W 2314
Union Paotllc. 48)J 46lj 44,l 45U
Wabaah. St. Ion Paciflo.,. Is 18 16 15W
Wabash, 8t. L. Paolflo pfd. ifU 39 28 2t)3
Western Union YelesTaph 7S 76JJ 1t 7BW
Wheelln- A Lsie jfiu.. 39 85W 37 3p
Tip Prom the "Evening World's" Ticker.
The popular feeling Inspired byto-daj'a steady
market la that bottom pieces are somewhere In the
Honor is returning from tbe West and South.
The banks expect to receive a hundred million be
fore th New Year.
II U confidently believed that learen Is at work
In Heading affairs which will shortly shake tho
market up on a sharp rally.
The Gould people talk hopefully and say that the
ultimate outcome of It AO. and Heading manipu
lation will be a considerably higher market.
Bussell Sage Is no longer adverse to selling
"puta" on Western Union, bnt his "spreads,"
good for the balance of the year, aro from fifteen
to twenty points apart.
No confidence Is placed In the statement that the
Bank of England directors propose to raise the dis
count rate to 6 per cent. Haifa cent advance, If
any, la all that Is anticipated.
A prominent Investor cu 'change said to-day that
the peculiar feature of the present market was that
the loudest bull promisors are, and have been for
the past month, the heaviest sellers.
Henry Clews sajs In relation to to-dav's market,
that tt shows there Is a place where people will
come In and buy. More stock haa been bought
and taken away to-day than for a long time
The Commack, Bateman and Dnrand (action,
with a courage born of recent success, laugh at
what they term an "old man's Joke.1' He who
laughs last, however, la yet to be heard from In
Tbe talk of the "Street" this morning Is that
Jsy Gould la preparing for a grand roup, which,
wuen announced, will completely demoralize the
" bear faetton " and fill the line full, of " tanned
hidaa." jay ban promised H and will probably
SHOT HIS FRIEND BY ACCIDENT.
Yonna ntcCnbe Frnntlo Over the Nad Fate
of John (llbaou.
Philadelphia, Oct. 13. Petor McCabe,
aged sevouteen years, will nover forget his
gunning trip yesterday. By an accident ho
shot and killod his close friend and compan
ion, John Gillespie, aged seventeen years.
Olllospio lived at 2,653 Tulip stroot, betwoen
Jackson and Tucker. Tho young' man's
mother Is nearly crazed with grief over the
unexpected death of ber boy John. Young
McCabe la In a similar condition and moans
and cries fearfully as be lies behind the bars
of a cell In the Urideshure jail. Thoro is no
doubt In. the mind of Coroner's Messenger
Wolf that the shooting was accidental, and at
the inquest snob, a vordlot will bo found, and
it will set McCabo free. The dead boy's
father is on engineer.
Tho two were fond of gunning. Tho wero
out yesterday for roil birds. It was shortly
after 13 o'clock when the accident oocurrea.
They were near tho river bank at Wheatshoaf
Lone. McCabe saw a flook of birds and took
aim. Ills friend was standing to ono sido in
eager expectation of tho aim being success,
ful. As MoOabe was about to flro an old
ploce jot wood which bis foot was resting on
gave away, precipitating him to the ground.
In falling ne fell towards his frlond, and,
having his hand on tho trigger of tho gun, it
was sprung. McOabo picked himself tip in
an instant to find young Oillespio covered
with blood and breathing his last. Tho whole
of the chargo had struck Gillespie In the neok
and breast. Iramedlato help was far away.
Gillespie only lived a fow minutes. lie
died before McOabe's eyes without speaking
Leaving his dead friend in ho field, Mo
Oabe summoned assistance It was seen that
the body was dead, and tho Episcopal Hos
pital ambulance took tho body to tho Brides
burg pollco sub-station, thence to tho lad's
farcical flogging of a convict.
A fraudulent Allselonary Itecrlvr a I.lcht
Punishment for a. Drum Crime.
SraOIAI, TO TITS ITEMIKO WORLD.)
Montbzal, Oct. 18. A farcical whipping
took place nt an early hour to-day in the
common jail. Tho orlminol to whom the
flogging was administered by the sentonco of
the court was Dumaso Desormin. an alleged
ltoman Cathollo missionary who, having been
caught in the act of a brutal assault on a girl
nine years old, was arrested, pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to twenty-thrco months
imprisonment and twenty lashes. The so
called flogging was witnessed by six local
physicians and four reporters.
At 7 o'clock tho condemned was tied to a
trianglo with enough ropo to rig a yacht, and
tho Warden stood over with tho regulation
" cat" in his hand: The jailer counted ton
and at each number tho whip camo down on
tho criminal's back so lightly that the
blow had no parceptiblo effect. De
sormin did not screech or howl, but said
twice," Jfot so hard, pleaBo," and tho Warden
tried to obligo him and laid tho strokes on
easier. 'When ton lashes had been given, the
criminal was untied and walked away as if
nothing had happened. His back was only
slightly marked. It was tho unanimous
opinion of doctors present that such alleged
flogging would have no terrors for brutes of
his class, and were loud in their denuncia
tion of the affair as a ridiculous farce.
Hentrnced to the Guillotine for Warder, lie
Escape with LIT Imprisonment.
SPECIAL TO THE XVKKlXa WOBLD.
La Piebe, Miq., Oct. 13. This place has
been greatly excited over tho departuro for
Cayenne, the French convict settlement iu
French Guiana, of tho Spanish murderer,
Carlos Zuzuatrenul. He was engagod in tho
French fisheries. Ho was very jealous of
Mtanilus Costeg, foremnn of tho crow, and
frequently quarrelled with him.
After ono of these quarrels, bo determined
to bo revenged, and, seizing a good oppor
tunity, when Costog was in a stooping por
tion, Zuzuarrequi treacherously camo up be.
hind him with an axe and struck him a fright
ful blow on the neck, completely severing bis
head from his body. Ono month later tha
murderer was convicted and sentenced to be
guillotined, but capital punishment has never
been inflicted in this island, and tbougb the
inhabitants wore terribly excited over the
revolting brutality of this murder, tbqy were
loth to see tho guillotino introduced hero.
Representations mode to President Grevy
induced him to commute the sentence to im
prisonment for life.
Zuzuarrequi has been In jail for months
awaiting the coming of a war ship to trans.
Sort him to Franco, en route to French
Election Inspector Case Preferred.
SPECIAL TO THE XVESIHO WOBLD.
Albany, Oct. 18. The Court of Appeals, on
motion of Abner O. Thom&a, representing the
United Labor Party, has ordered that the appeal
from the order of the General Term, refusing a
peremptory mandamus In tbe action brought by
John MoMaekln and another. In the name of the
people, against the Board of Police Commissioners
of New York, be heard before It next Monday.
Cholera Patient Washed.
The passengers of the cholera ship Alesla who
are on Hoffman Island got a thorough washing
jesterday. Tbe washing was done In the lower
rart of the Quarantine Building and Included a
hampoo. Tho clothes of tho unhappy Italians were
(teamed whllo the owners were suffering. No
other deaths or cases of sickness have been re
ported. Barring accident the passengers will
leave tho Island In fifteen or sixteen dajs.
Eckbart' Filthy Infirmary.
(SPECIAL TO EVEHIMO WOBLD
EcxnABT, Ind., Oct. is. The jury appointed to
Inquire into the condition of the Eckhart County
Infirmary has finished Its report. They fonnd the
Institution In a filthy condition and the Inmates
shamefully ueglected. They recommend that the
superintendent Improve his attire and personal ap-
Searanct sufficiently to enable tbemto distinguish
1m from his unlucky chrrges. The report re
flects as seriously on tho county officials as on the
Newark Anarchists Gain Two Point.
SPECIAL TO TBI EVEKIXO WOBLD.)
Nbwabk, Oot, 18. The Newark Exclso Commis
sioners have decided not to revoke the license of
Socialist Williams, of Jdercci street, as the evi
dence produoed was Insufficient to demoustrato
that the place was tbe resort of Anarchist.
The Trades Assembly has decided to pay Its
share of the coat of the demonstration to demand a
now trial fur the doomed Chicago Anarchists.
Thumped for Henry George.
Abram Dorfmana, of 81 Essex street, and Ellas
Kauffmann, of T? Norfolk street, aatmakers, got
Into a discussion of tho land question and Henry
George's theories yesterdsy. Kauffmann thumped
Vortmann and was arrested. In the Jefferson
Market Court this morning Kauffmann was held
BraaswWorkrr Find Hupnorteri,
No change was reported Ibis morning la the
condition of the Brass-Workers' strike. Tbe
strikers will be backedy tbe Metal-Workers' Sec
tion of the Central Labor Union and by tbe Board
of Waking Delegates of the Building Trades.
Strtko benefits nil) be paid on Baturta; at Military
ON THE WAY TO DEXTER.
CASHIER BARRON'S ALLEGED SLATERS
LEAVE BOSTON FOR MAINE.
Both Rtala and Cromwell Slept Well Last
Nlaht-What the Tomb Turnkey Think
of the Two ftten Cromwell's Bad Repu
tation In tha Vicinity of I'oxbero', Mas.
Doth Men Are Very Desperate Character.
(SPECIAL TO TBE ETEHIiCO WOBLD.
Boston, Oct. 13. The alleged murderers,
Stain and Cromwoll, paid tho Tombs a visit
last night. Stain was placod at once in cell
No. 37, near tho end of tho long corridor, and
Cromwell slept in No. 10.
Both of them passod a qulot night. They
went to bod soon after their arrival at tho
cells, went to sleep early and were wldo
awako this morning when summoned to tho
At 8.80 o'olook their cells wero unlocked.
Stain was handcuffed by Officers Bean and
Cromwell to a fellow-officer, and they started
for the Dexter (Me.) train.
Speaking of their appearance tho turn-key
at tho Tombs, who held their liberty In hla
bonds, saldt "Tho man who staid ovor
thore," pointing to cell 87, " was the ono
who did the business I can bet. The other
man seems dooilo and looks as
though ho could bo easily led along. Ho
does no,' seom to havo courage enough to go
ahead and do anything rash alone. Stain,
howovor, looked desperate. I think he
would tako any means to accomplish any
design that he might have."
Tho most surprised set of detectives in the
country this morning aro tho sleuth hounds
connected with tho Chlof Inspector's office
in Pcmbcrton Square.
Tho remarkable story of Tna Wobld's
capture of tho murderes of Cashier Barron,
of.'tho Dexter Bank, astonished them.
" The best piece of cnterpriso I ever heard
of," exclaimed Chief Inspeotor Hanscom to
day to Tun EvxNisa Wobld correspondent.
" To think that a paper should run down
the perpetrators of one of tho most mysteri
ous of modern crimes in such a complete
manner astounds me. Tnn Wobld haa
added another bright gem to the crown of
In all tho hotels, polico stations and on' the
streets the sole topio of conversation is Tna
Wobld's "beat." Hundreds of peoplo who
read on abstract of the story in the Globe were
waiting in the corridors of Young's Hotel and
Parker's for the arrival of Tnz Wobld on tho
1 o'olook train from New York to get the
Said one enthusiostio Bostonian to The
Evenino Wobld correspondent: " What next
may wo expect from this great paper 1"
Supt. Cornish, of Plnkerton'u Agency,
" I havo read a portion of Tub Wobld's
account of the Barron murder and found it
highly Interesting. It is a great case, and if
the statements published aro corroct, as
there is surely every reason to believe they
are, tho case will go down on the criminal
history of Now England aa perhaps the great
est piece of journalistic detective work on
Detective Thomhill, of tho same agency,
was of tho samo opinion.
Taklna a Prrp at the Prisoner.
SPECIAL TO THrl EVEMIXQ WOBLD.
Pobtbmoutii, N. II., Oct. 13. A big crowd
of curious people was gathered in the depot
here upon the arrival of the 9 o'clock Fort
land train from Boston, all anxious to get a
sight of David L. Stain and Oliver Crom
well, the men who aro engagod to have mur
dered Cashier John Barron, of the Dexter
(Me.) Savings Bank, and robbed that institu
tion in 1878, by Charles F. Stain, a son of
There men were in the custody of Sheriff
Mitcholl and sat quietly in a cor about the
third from tho end of the train. A crowd
quickly gathered about tho men, and but few
had a chance to see them. Both hung their
heads, kept their eyes on the floor and said
nothing. They seemed to feel their position
keenly. Similar scenes occurred all along
tho road wbcro stops were made.
Cromwell a Desperate Character.
SPECIAL TO TBI KVaXlaO WOBLD.
Foxbobo, Mass., Oct. 13. Oliver Crom
well, who was arrested yesterday at Walpole
charged with being ono of the murderers of
Cashier Barron, of the Dexter, Mo., Bank,
was well known in this vicinity
and was suspected of being tho murderer of
Mrs. Arrington. of Foxboro, and was for
some timo closely watched by the police. He
has a bad reputation, and has always been
considered a desperate character by tho
Primaries In Kaat Newark.
(spbcialto tub etekisq world.
Niwabx, N. J., Oct. li. The most exciting
primary election yet known In Eaxt Newark ended
early this morning. Five delegates were elected
to the Hudson County Conventlpn, four of irhoni
are said to favor tbe nomination of P. Varrell tor
Assemblyman In the Etahth DUtrtot. Tbe present
Incumbent, Tboma Noonan, baa served two
Our Style bfStrrnt Sxetrping,
WARD'S MARRIAGE LICENSE.
Tha IIaeIIall Nhert-8top Hecurc II In the
Philadelphia Orphans' Court.
PniLADKUTUA, Oct. 13. Yestorday nftar
noon In the office of tho Orphan's Court of
this city, John M. Ward took out tho license
for his marriago to Holen Danvray. It haa
been ascertained that they ware not marriod
at the Hotel Lafayette as first announced but
that the wedding took plaoo between 3 and 0
o'clock In the afternoon, the ceremony bolng
performed privately by soma clergyman
whose namo has not yet boen divulged. After
the wedding thoy returned to the hotel,
whore they still remain.
The license was filled out by Ward hlmsolf
and rocltes the fact that tho right is given to
John Montgomery Ward, of the Sturtevant
House, Now York, born in Bollcfonte, Penn..
March 3, 1RC0. ond a ball player by occu
pation, to marry Holen Gibson, whose age
is given at twenty-six yearn without
dates being given, bom In Cincinnati,
living at No. 41) Park avenue. New York, and
an actress by occupation. Tho foot is also
recited that the lady has boen previously
married, but divorced Oct. 18, 1888, at San
Jranclsco.by tho Supremo Court of Cali
fornia. Mr. and Mrs. Ward will remain in
Philadelphia for tho present, it is thought.
BOTH SIDES TALK VICTORY.
Gov. IIIII and Chairman Knapp Uach Con.
ndent of Wlnulna; tho lilrctUn.
Gov. Hill returns to Albany this after
noon. During tho forenoon ho roceived a
number of prominent Democrats in his par
lor at tho Hoffman Honso. Gov. Hill feels
confident that the Democratio Stato tioket
will be elected, and is advising tho Commit
tee about the canvass. The outlook in every
eloction district in tho State is to be reported
to the Executive Committeo, and a poll made
of the probable vote in each eloction dis
trict. Chairman John N. Knapp, of tho Bepub
lican State Gpramlttoe, said to-day: "Our
campaign is progressing slowly but surely.
We will certainly elect our ticket, I think
that Col. Grant will get thousands of Demo,
emtio votes. Hero is a letter from a district
in Cattaraugus County giving tho names of
fifteen Doraoorats who will voto for him."
TUBER FOUND GUILTY.
Tho Anarchist Trial at Union IIIII rirouarht
to a Madden Close.
In the Hudson County Court of Hcsslons this
morning the trial of tho alleged anarchist, Henry
Tuber, who waa arrested In Union 11 111 on Sunday,
Oct. 4, for attempting to Incite riot and cause
bloodshed, waa resumed, this being the third
day of the trial. When Court convened lr waa
found that neither the prosecution nor the State
had any more witnesses to examine, and tbe case
waa allowed to go to tho Jury, Judge Llpplncott
then delivered his charge.
The Jury retired at 11. is o'clock. At 11. M the
knock on the door of the Jury room announced that
a verdict had been reached and the door waa
opened. The twelve men filed In and, when
asked by tbe clerk as to tbe decision, the foreman.
Garret Van Vorst, said that the defendant was
found guilty aa charged.
Pear for a MIlnT Schooner.
SPECIAL TO TUB ETEXIXO WOBLD.
Olodcistxb, Mass., Ootlj. itls feared that
the schooner Thomas L. Tarr, owned by James (l.
Tarr A Brother, of this city, haa been lost.
She sailed from this port on Aug. 1
on a halibut fishing voyage to tho
Grand Banks, and was seen on Sent. a.
while she was lying at anchor on the Banks by the
crew of the schooner Lillian Bareter, and since
that time she has not been heard from, and It la
thought that she foundered In the hurricane tbat
swept over the Banks at about that date.
A Watch for Their (Superintendent.
The Employees of tbe Manhattan District Com
pany presented to the departing superintendent,
Mr. J. II. Gibson, a handsome gold watch and
chain at tbe Victoria Hotel last evening. Tbe
presentation waa made by Geo. O. Thomas. Tbe
contributors were K. 8. Smith, J. it. Uaraton, T.
Gllllgan, W. B. Clspp, T. V. Murray. Appropriate
speeches were made and then refreshments were
Snap from tho Sounder.
PiTTSStmo, Pa., Oct. 13. The Itev. Dr. Ksrr,
editor of tbe UnilM Prttbvlerian, of this city, Is
dangerously Ul at his home.
8TBACD8B. N. T., Oot. IS. William P. Good,
ale delivered tbo address at the dedication of the
soldiers' monument at Baldwtnsrlllo.
Ansonia, Conn.. Oct. 10. The body found
banging In the woods yesterday la believed to be
that of a farmer named Page, of Woodbrldgo.
Jackson, O. , Oct. is. The boiler lu a portable
saw.mlll three miles from this town exploded last
night. Kent vans and James Irwin were killed.
TiMCXNNis. Ind. , Oct. It. A strike of several
thousandxoal miners Is In progreas In the southern
section of the Bute and a coal famine Is threat
ened. Halifax. Oct. IS. rerry Davis, of pain-killer
fame, and a party of Americans aro under arrest
In the western part of the province for hunting
BurrAXo. Oct. is. The Prohibitionists hern
bavs placed th wife of a well-known clergyman
on the ell; ticket, as a candidate for Superintend
ent of Education
NvwaURrroKT, Mas., Oct. IS. Mrs. Moses
Stevens, Mtss Nancj and Miss Lucy Monroe are
claimants for an estate valued at S200,0uo in Inver
ness and Aberdeen, Scotland.
BcrraLO, Oct. is. Diphtheria Is quite preva
lent In this city, the late.it death being that of tbe
son of a prominent clergyman. The authorities
are striving to keep the matter quiet-
Halifax, N. 8., Oot. 13. The schooner Oeor
glua arrived here to-day wlthCapt. Dunn and
crew, of tbe brtganttno Isabella, which was aban
doned at sea, having been disabled In tbe galea of
Kansas Citt, Mo., Oct. 13. President and Mrs.
Cleveland narrowly escaped an accident In this
city last night. Just before they had crossed the
street railroad traok two cars came Into oolllslon
and were thrown off the track Into the crowd. Sev
eral persons were Injured.
DtOAtUB. 111., Oct. IS. K. T, H. Gibson, of
New York, and A. G. Hsckstaff. of New Jersey,
Died a mortgaaa for record In this county yester
day, on thauChloaao, Uavana and Western Ball
way for SMO,ooo. The road extends from Cham
paign to Decatnr and from White Heath to Havana.
MAD PEOPLEPAMC-STlUCKEKi M
DETAIL8 OP THE TERRIBLB ITRB IN TnjaH
NORTHERN OHIO INSANE ASYLUM j iH
The Flame Break tint Whllo the Inmate BW',V
KnJoTlns; a Dance Slat of Thna WcM'Ja
Burned to Death or Snffbated-Tarti VH
Other Now Writhing In Pain from Theta( vlanaai
Flerr Wound Home Detail of To-Day. ' Sfl
SPECIAL TO TBI ETEBUTO WOBLD. tUflfl
Cleveland, O., Oct. 18.-Firo broke out ia.' (.
the Northern Ohio Lunatio Asylum last nighf MH
while 850 of tho 650 patients were enjoyis! ;H
their usual Wednesday evening dance. j- '
About 8.15 o'clock cries of fire were heard jM
from tho rear part of the building. All waaJ lilfl
confusion at ouco, excltablo patients scream- (idjfH
ing and rushing wildly about, seeking to eav- fH
capo. Clouds of smoke Immediately filled! H
tho hall. Thore waa much difficulty In coa- f,M
trolling tho inmotcs. Tho men wero ranged &H
out a sido room and tho women out of tha 'Hgl
north sido. The men rushed for tha exit from H
their port of the building and wore safely disWH
posed of. The women were overcome wilt ,
fright. In tho confusion some of tho weaker 1H
ones wero pushed down, trampled on andlefy.Moi
lnsenslblo to suffocate or burn. rlMH
The only male attendant on tho womaawr'Bj
sido of the hall raised the windows for th V'"'H
purposo of letting out tho smoke, but he only , J
lot in grtatr volumes. Ho then rushed to v)H
tha women's antranco and found ths shrink. jH
ing crowd in a dark hall, and with much dii- aH
Acuity guided them to a place of safety. Ths jH
women had Just left tho chapel when the fir vH
burned through tha door leading to the wee V&H
annex and caught on tho organ. A. volumo ' iiM
of flamo and smoke filled the room. j ' ejLS
CntJBHID AMD surrooATzo. ' 3
Dr. Carponter, one of tha asylum physI- '-B
clans, and several attendant went Into the j fBB
fire and smoke, and dragged out several half' H
suffocated and injured women. j ' ijH
Ono woman became unmanageable fromj .H
fear and insanity, and was lowered to a shed i. 1-;H
roof below and escaped in tho darkness. H
Three women wore carried out, all badly K,H
burned and nearly suffocated. They weresVj!lTH
Mary Ogle, Jano Block and Caroline Know!-' xWLW
ton. . V9H
Tho attendants mado frequent brief rushes j'vM
into the burning building, only to be turned ' XjM
baok after a moment of unavailing search. 3fwH
nrcovrnnto the noons. J'eoI
It was not known whether others were lef 6 ' (-Mtt
in tho room until the flro was partly subdued, jiB
when five dood bodies were found. They wero J'ZM
not all badly burned, but had been suffocated 1H
beforo the flames had reached them. JIH
The firemen, .groping their way towards' ,
the flames with a stream of water,. ' 'VaH
felt something soft and yiolding un- ViLa
der their feet. They stooped dowa UA-M
and found two women clasped in each JigH
other's arms. They wero burned almost to a xH
crisp and were unrecognizable. Three bodies',! H
found lying near tho door leading, oat oft ",;1jH
the chapel, were removed and were reoogv .
.nizod i as Mrs. Margaret Pitts, of Mediant 1S
Countyt Miss Jennio 11. Ball raid MissEvelyu. S1M
Scribner, of Ashtabula County. Two other tM
were not recognized. "!
WBITniKO AMD OBOANZMO. , 'H
The Injured are Miss Mary Ogle, of Lo fl
ralne County; Miss Jane Iftack, of Stark t;9
County; Mrs. Caroline Knowlton. of Ash- ,4I
tabula Cpunty. The three injured women! 'H
were placed on cot bods in the woman's I ?fgH
ward Their faces were blackened by smoke,! JU
and their flesh was raw and bleeding. That 'B
two least injured writhed and groaned In on' H
agony of Buffering. H
Miss Knowlton, who was burned on the . -aH
face and hands, was a sight terrible to eontenui dH
plate. Ber face looked like raw .pounded meat. 3t
Her eyes were burned out. and her eyebrows " 'H
burmed off. Her gray hair was dishevelled. vuH
and at intervals she emitted piercing shrieks H
which fairly rent the hearts of the littlo ,H
group of bystanders. Soothing emollient M
were applied and artificial respiration was H
kept up. but the poor creature's burns are so ( .-iflB
severe that it is feared she cannot live. ' " mM
BEMA1NS Or SIX VICTIMS. '
Just a few fort beyond, where women yet CjjLH
alive lay tossing in pain, were four cots, i o!jH
ranged one after the other. Every one con. '';JsH
tolned a dead body hid from view by sheets. fi
In on outer room were two other charred H
bodies, quite unrecognizable. They were .aH
those of two women who, blinded by smoke, .B
had failed to escape tho fated chapeljsndv ,?4H
wero devoured by the flames. IHJ
The flro was first seen in the drying room SJ
connected with the laundry, but, the entire m
building seemed ablaze before an alarm ,jjV
could bo given. The city fire department -'
was at once summoned. fVfl
ttTho rear part of the building was occupied AjjH
by servants, who all lost nearly all their per. 4 'aol
sonal effects, including some money. "A" ttflB
large number of women patients escaped toj iTfHJ
the surrounding country and city, and t,iJW
several wero found wandering on yH
the streets, and were placed under good, -.JHJ
core. Patients confined In the violent wards; HJ
we're muoh disturbed and beat against their SM
Iron bora. They did not comprehend what j sM
was tho trouble, but they knew thero was "2
something wrong. A male patient from ifM
Portage County, named Dyson, jumped from JM
a third-story window and escaped with only 4Hj
a sprained ankle. 39unas
All of the patients fatally burned, as well 9
as those yet alive, are chronio cases. M
Wrecked Connecticut Bank. nPfl
FECIAL TO TUB ETEKIHO WOBLD. 99
Norwich, conn., Oct. la. There are no new- nB2b
developments in tho Stafford Springs National 5l
Bank defalcation, which was brought to light yea. 3fl
tcrday by tbe arrest of Cashier Hicks, who has l&a
embeiiled over 13,000 belonging to tho National jkH
and Savings banks of that place. It la believed 'MM
that both banks will be forced to close their doors. wu
AIltklenrlcB Denlea the Glory. ijjxA
STBCIAL TO TUB EVIBIXO WOBLD. ,
Wabtomoton, Oct. 13. Count Mitkfowie, $n
who iu confined to his houso by illness, aa- 4S
thorizes a denial of the London report that $gm
tho Chinese concession has been cancelled. jijl
The Thistle' Start Delayed. J?8
Tbe Scotch cutter Thistle did not get awsy to- JM
day. She was delayed In shipping her stores so jS
that ah will not tn ready to start across the' v5
Atlantto nntu to-morrow. ,Mj
Capt- Ilarr said tbat with fafcrable winds be Sm
would reach the other side In sixteen dsys. ;J
Frob. Predict Fair Weather. M
tWAsnixoTGx, Oct 11 "ijl
Vr Jftufsm AVte Torn JKI
anti Connecticut: Warmer WM
air tMalAsr; UgiU la jm9
viruls, brWe on ooait, 'iBM
) fW eastern PtmnMf.iA 1M
1 tanta, tTno JtrtV' 'H
Dalauurvr KcrMsr, Jute r "-3
weallur frtk t Hrist fl
&7uAvx(rrV winds, ttamtWVtih, tffl
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