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The eight girls crousfbt to tbU city from lialy by Franclco and Clementina Pagllano tor Immoral parposes will bo returned, and Gerry's Boc',et-- will tuke charge ot the three, year-old dAurjhter ot the guilty couple. IRUA ANTOMNI. That muoa. was settled by the conviction ot the Paf lianoa yesterday Id the Uhlted States Circuit Court. They will be arraigned before Judge Benedict to-morrow lor sentence. CLXUZNT-NA r.HILUSO. When tho clrls will be returned has not been determined yet by CoL Wober, who bays that the charges made by Irma Antonlnl against Capt. Dl Bltnonl will not be made the subject ot an Investigation by the tmmlgra. tlon authorities because tho Cuptaln Is no longer connected with the department, being now an employee ot the Italian Home. FRANCISCO rAOLIlhO. Thu girls wete all laLeu to the United states District Attorney's office ibis morning, where they each received st a day witness fees tor the time they have been held, 'lhey firemen taken lack to Ellis Inland. Irma Antoulul suil persists teal thu charge -gainst Capt. do slmoui aro into. On iho w Itness stand she Bworo that ho bronchi her from tills Island to a hotel In ihu ilty, and alter keeping her drunk for two days on wine and beer, lorced her to blgn tho urtULivlt In which sho staled lint the l'agllanos had brought her from Jtuly tor Immoral pur Itiaee. capt. de Slmoui indignantly denies tho t-'lrls charges and says ho took her affidavit at Ellis Isund the day tho girl ru'ilved there. TO FIGHT THE WHISKEY TRUST. Half Million Dollar Distillery to Bo Established nt Milwaukee. Iry .aap t.Ti i-nr... MlLWiciiK, Dec. til. A gigantic ;ino,000 dlittllery, tho biggest of ihli ccuntry, will bo established here In the near futuro to light the whiskey trut, The distillery company ot 1'ekln, ill., is said to bcihe itistlgutor ot ths now rntsrinUp, nnd It is learned thai thu plaulot thu rnlk. Jung & Ooerchert Couipany III Uo txiught. to save the tlmo uecessury tuvrrci a new puinu , J'",K'"' ''.''- 1"'c- SlH H le'iined iCnSny,'i. ' dJ'llwy with ii eapainy .K 1,000 bushels of corn n (Ur wilt le Iniit In ueatrlra at once to ho urer.ud In impoilili u connlhcmT.Ia?ed.A,t'I',Jeudlt," "' So'OU0 " 1 Cable Operators' Clirlstmas Gift. Tho annual holiday creeling and nfmem. trance of John V. alncltuy to the stair of the Commercial cable ha? arrled. The em. WVTiJU'r'wut UM aomh'b M. W. F. WATKINS MISSING. Formorly Pastor of tho Vandor bilt Fnrnily'a Ohurob. Inforirjotloti Kefused by Those Mkely lo Know of Ills aiovctnents. lev. Wilbur F. Walking, for merly pastor ot the Holy Trinity Church, ar, Mudlson ave nue and 1' orty-second street, wnlch U atleuded by the Vanderbltt family, has been mysteriously missing from his homo in Philadelphia since last week. Mr. Watkins resigned the pastorate of 'ho Church ot the Ascension In l'nllndclphia recently because of a church war u hlch grow out of his dispute with the organist. It is believed by his friends that he Is kiiN ferlng from melancholia on account ot this trouble. A despatch from Norwalk, Conn., sajs that tho missing clergyman visited bis son, Kev. t. II. Watklns. ot Uraco Church, mat city, last week, and left there Saturday for tuts city, presumably to return lu Philadelphia. Learning Dy telegraph iroin his mother Monday thai his father bad not rottirned home, Mr. Watklns went to FhlladelplUa. He found that his lather had diawu all hl money previous to leaving home, and tola somo of his irlends thai he was going abroad, never to return. When in this city Mr. Watklns visits tho family ot Thomas 1'. Uowland, 350 Madison acnue, a tew doors from hit former ehurch. An Kvenino Would renortor who called there this morning was refused all Informs, tlon regarding the mlrslng divine. Although Mr. ltowland's son admitted that be knew of his disappearance, he declined to say whether Mr. Wat Ma's was there or bad been there, whether be had gone abroad or what was the cause ot his disappearance. We have decided to say nothing what, ever about me matter," said the young man, " and I can give you no Information what ever." Tho reporter learned that Mr. Wotklns'a name was not on tho passenger list ot any steamers which sailed Saturday, on that of the Elbe, which sailed yesterday, or those ot the l'reesland. La Champagne or the Ger manic, which sailed to-day. ROBBERY AT ACTORS' CLUB. Ensign Company's Manager Loses a Valuable Trunk. Manager Joseph r. Smlth.ot the Ensign company, now playing at the Fourteenth Street Theatre, was In Jefferson Market Police court mis morning as the complainant In a fiOO robbery case. The prisoners, John Kchoe, aged thirty eight, and DaDlel Klnnegan, aged twenty seven, two rough-looklog specimens ot the genus " bum," who gate their place ot resi dence as the South Fifth Avenuo Hotel, were" arrested at Thirty-seventh street and Ninth avenue by Detective Kemp, ot the Tenderloin Precmct, last night, and were to-day held In $1,000 ball to answer. .Manager Smith makes nil home at the Actors' Club, 43 West Twenty-eighth street, whllo In New York. Last May he left tor St. Paul to manage a stock company, leaving a trunk lull of clothing, valued at 500, at the Club. On bis return on Sept. 5 the trunk was gone, steward Smart said that It v as In the btoacroom on Aug. l. The case was reported to the West Thirti eth street station, and Detective Kemp, alter searching through scores ot pawnshops aud second-hund clothing stores, found a ponton of the clothing, which was Identified by Man agrr Smith as his property. In Meyer Cohen's establishment, i'itt Mnth avenue. A description of the men who sold the clothing was given by Cohen and Kehoe and Klnnegan wcro arrested. lhey were positively identified In court this morning, but strenuously denied tho charge, declaring that they had neier seen Cohen before and had never been In his store. only a small portion of the clothing ha: been recovered. How the men succeeded In getting into the houo and moving me trunk without an ac complice on the Inside, Is a puztle to the police. HOUSES SEARCHED ILLEGALLY. Protest or Long Island City Cltizons to Sheriff Morton. Lono lsi.iNi) CitT, Dec Ul.-Scveral indig nant cltlens, headed by William llutlorflel I, proprietor of the Centennial House, In ThocpBon avenue, and James It. Marslon, ot Lathrup sireot, this city, called on bherlfl Norton to-day to protest against the action of men who claim to be deputy sheriffs and who had forcibly entered tho houses ot citi zens without warrants to search for city Clerk Burke, who disappeared two weeks ago. At a late hour last night, Mr. Marston said four men. Including Henry W. Sharkey, who displayed Deputy Sheriff badges, called at I his haute when be was away. I Ills wife, whunss In bed, refused to admit I them, vihen they forcibly gained an cntranco ! to the house without giving ber time to dtcss I and searched every room. Mr. Mural on bau that had he birn home ho . would not have hesitated to usv bis pistol. Mr. liutterneU sail that Miurhei and the other mcii uitcrcd bis house lu a similar war, i In thu past week about aaocn houses lMe been searched In this manner. Sheriff :oi ton told tho citizens that he had nui authorized the alleged deputy sheriffs to scan h the house, and he could not be held responsiblti lot Ihelr actions The Sheriff hjM the men iMght hate been sent from the Dmria-Aitornoy somce. The citizens nodded lo make formal com. plalul to County Judge (iarrclson and Ills-trtcl-Atlurne) I'lrmlug, protesting aulnst the action ot the men. 'i'liolottpraro all members of the Jefferson Club, litch is uu.xluu to oust Mayor (Jleason and inblal .Mr. Satnoid In too .Mavor'siiiuce Jan. 1. iho proceedings now pending lu the courts are at a btandstlll on anoumof ILo uiiappenratrco of uty Clerk Ilurko. TROOPS MAY JOIN THE BANDITS. Mexican Goldlors at San Ygnaclo rtolue to Itoturn. trr trroctiirn rnr,i Sa- Antomo, Tt'., Hie. yi. tlcn. I'rank Wheatou ban rvcelitd atelejiam noiu rcit Mtlnto!t btAllug thai n louihT trim n Ygiiicln brings Infornrulo i thai the report that Mexican soiuleru were held as prisoners at sin Yguaclo la untrue. Tho soldiers crossed orei from Metlcy at the time of the fight opiioillc San Ygnarlo, ami haro remained ou thl slda of tho rler ot their own ire will. They refute to return to Mexico, and It is telle vea that they will join the outlaws wU:u opportunity offers. nmmn of the " on."' New York's Onota in a UnivarEal Olombian Seance. I I Dr. Ton t?wnriwont Tell IIoiv to Klimtnulo What Does Not lCxUt. j I Dr. William il. tn Swaitwout, Provident lot tho Olombla commonwealth, New order I of llulldcrs und I'M vet hit), has leiurnedto I Now York nttoi a protracted tilp ahtoad, and I Is prpcarlng n couisc ol seveu lectures In I which lu lay boioru the public his puns tor tho conversion ot sinners and the abolltt in of i money. I Asa prcparatoiy measure, and In order to ananae tor making the minds ot people rt I ceptlvu to tho princtpli s 11 Is his Intention lo inculcate. Dr. von Swaitnonl called a special meeting ot Illuminates " to. eihi r lust night in Sister Mary Angelina s Silent Unity rooms, at 4 West Fourteenth btneu There were ten persons present. This was deilarod a propi tious numLcr by some one, as it represents omnibdcnce tn the lmiae Science, ulthougb Dr. von swanwor.t afterwards declared that he bhould hao nreierrcd an 'attendance ot seven or fourteen persons, these uuinrp-rs pobsebslng a mystic identity with the Olo which Is God. However, as there were seven women present, both lerB were accom plished. It was some time before tha Ten settled down to tho business of the evening, which was to sit In profound si ence around a table In tho centre ot the room and to concentrate their thoughts on the subject or eliminating from the world Mammon, the aodot Gold, tho Instigator of all thai Is cv II. " lu London and In Kansas City," explained Dr. Von swartwout, " thcru are blmliar meet ings going on to-night, and It Is confidently expected that, as each circle projects Us united thought Into space, ihe whole uni verse will be girdled by It and the mind ot ever- human being placed In harmony with us. "For," continued tho Doclor, "we arc all lumpaof the same dm, and it Is the aggie- gallon of all these lumps, n ben pttrllled ot ross, that constitutes t he Olo." I "Hut, Doctor," timidly ventured a young woman whoso fears and scruples found relief In. conundrums, "when wo revert to .the Olio by being punned do we still maintain our individuality, or are we so lost in that unl ersal substance as no longer to possess the consciousness ot our own existence?" "Permit me to answer that,' said a Mr. Hell, who bad been moving uneasily In his chair tor some time. "Although the Indi viduality of each person Is lost lu thai One ness wim the Olo, It Is given to the pure spirits to know themselves and their irlends." ".Can this end bo attained even while we live in the flcshT" queried the troubled one. " certainly," replied Mr. Hell, when by the exertion of the divinity wituinyour-owa bosom you shall have recognized Lis pres ence you will learn the tiuth ot this ttachlng. Until then J ou cannot understand. I, lor my part, am no longer au Individual being." " I shall pray nlgbt and day to lose my Identity In that fashion," joyously exclaimed the now fully convinced questioner, i " Pray I" exclaimed Dr. Von Swartwout. " You will never attain this object by prayer, as under: to id by the unlUumlncd. The prr. lect net er pray. Their oneness with the olo renders this unnecessary. And those who are not yet perfect ought to strive to be and act like those who are. Jesus Christ was perfect." " Well, he prayed, did he not t" Interposed some ouc who seemed to have caught the sceptical Injection from the young woman who,; doubts had been quieted. Jesus prayed," replied Dr. Van Swartout, but Christ did not." " What is ibe difference between Jesus and Christ t" I This question seemed to excllo the com miseration of blstei Mary Angelina and ot another woman, who was clad In a garb closely rpbeinbllnc that of tho Salvationist?.. "Why," said Mr. Hell, "that, too. Is not undebtood by ibe carnal man ; but n hen ou will havo attained the seventh dcuieo of Olombla j ou will uo longer quesllou that Je- bus and Christ, although Joined lu one ptrsou I eighteen centuries ago, aro jet two, and en tlrely distinct each from tho other." "Now," resumed Dr. von swartwout, "how do we become puior lly eliminating the evil. What is evil? ;sotulng." "Well, then. If II Is nothing, why do you try to eliminate It?" again put In tho mlr doubter. "Ah, yes," was tho ready answer, "that were true If the existing state of sorlety uld not conjuro up evils that would otheiwlso , have no existence In reality." After this arraignment of the first princi ple the principle ot contradiction according to which a thing cannot be and not he at tho same time-iho company subsided lntoMletue for ten minutes, alter uh'ch Dr. von swait wout declared that tho messogo of tho new doctrlnu that was about lu bo pieached had gone forth Irom that room, ou thoxecond floor of 4 West Fourteenth street, and that tho world had aeu'ptcd It and was prepared to receive the Light and Lllc and Olo. 14 FRENCH VILLAGERS PERISH. Burned to Death In Their Homes or While Rescuing Otherr. ITi MPClATvn rnrts.1 Paris, Dec. SI. Fourteen residents ot Herson, a village of (11 rondo, hate been cither 'burned to death Tn their Iioilbj oi killed while m tempting to escape. The flames, fanned by a high wind, spread with frsjhtful rnpldltj, and It wasscruthat eft or I a to right the flro would be fruitless Attention was then turned to saving the aged aud the little children, and It w as In this work that several ot the villagers lost their . lives. j j The greater part of tno Mllago vim do- 'stroyed. and tho Inhabitants aro In great straits owing to the lack of tood and proper clothlcg. AGAINST JUDGE MAYNARD. Bar Aasoolntlon ODjects to His He appointment by Gov, Flower. Tiiu liar Association has ngtln adopted i resolution denouncing Judge Majnard, of tho Court of Api'caU, declaring that ho Is until fi occupy the position which ho now holds, and c.il ln upon uov. r lower to till . place, which will lm vacant alter Dec. 31, b) the appointment of some other rcrson. ' There v.eie only six votes against the lesolu. linn. I The rej'ctloti by in Assoclitloti of tho name ot flunk I, llui Untc: win had beui pioposei tor iiiHiui,i ship, lias tau-id a gooj deal ol blltcrjull'i.' among his Irlends. .Mr. liuiilgnac vapuce.l l.i i.uir.lu ttiou lv Ham ilton iMoll .ml sucoii'li'd U) sicpuru . W-.ll.-er and tieorgo c. Holt. Mow Foot-Path for Drooklvnltm. 'I icy .small a.-myof rtlsans who lor the l-wt j few davs havo been lit:s on the llioukl) n end of .tlio blgbrllgo tc-day finished the work or j building n. teKirorarj prouteuado irom the , llronklyn tnwtr to Iho llioukljn sboie. Tu-i luorioi. tho leplanklng nf thu tegular prone hhde (rem t.Uniu tu tower vvt.l biglu. The nuik will u ccuiiili'U-tl about Miw icur'i 1st side in a "flutter.; "Silver Dollar" Smith's Daughter Will Be Wedded To-Night. The Belln of ICasez Mr ret to Ilecomo Mrs. Isldor Dreyfuss. The wedding ot tho belle or rci stti'ct and daughter of tho nutovrniof that locality 'will lie celebrated tu-nlght at Vieiitia Hall, lexltigtou avenue and slxty-nlgulu street, and the whole i ust side, which until recontly bore t ho proud title ot " Dealo District," Is In a flutter. " ' ' -, ,f UATII.OA fiWITn. Tlllle Smith, the tall, slender, graceful aad really pretty daughter ot Alderman "silver Dollar " Smith, 13 lo become the wife of Ibldor I Drey fuss, tho Esox Market Court repirtnr. I) V, v. ) a tsiDon nnsvrrsj. There are uol two moro popular young folks in their circle, nor wns there ever a! more popular Alderman than tho man who paved his goigcous Essox street saloon with bllverdullaie, and thus carnod the subilnuet I which has been the talUman of his success, polltlcBll)', socially and otherwise, whether hp was a ltepubllean or Tniiimanylte. Tltey met by chance, Isldor and tbo fair Matilda, and their courtship Is a love romance of the purest water lssy bud been tho Alderman's representa tive tn the ucgusl court ucross the way irom the saloon tor) ears, until the Autocrat felt ,iafe In leavlug tno district during court hours fell suru that Issv would sec tu It that no friend or his would bo allowed to "go to tho Island ' in his absence, loi Issi knew ibem all like n boon, and is recognized as tho Alderman's representative loi the court. Ouh day Judge Duff) oidered that a pris oner be sent to tall, but granted him his free dom If he would go before the Alderman and i make the compUluaut his wltc. It was u love story j Tue prisoner agreed, and lssy went with tho couple as rcpiesentnllvoof the Court. They found tho Alderman at his house. Anoiuvi wituiMi was needed. The Alder man shouted 'Illlic," nun presently there entered 1 Iss's latovras sealed, and when at theclcs) of the ceremony tho Alderman said, absent mindedly, "Next I" li biruck lssy all ol a bean. Tout waslwoyears ago.aud lssy has kept the rnad between tue court and the Al-1 dei manic palaco well trod ever since. Well, all things come to hltn who waits and widdlng-day bus come lo Ibsy aud 'llllie. ' Iho big Alderman sajs II will take lour double li ucks to carry lo lenna Hall all thu rich and elegant guts bestowed upon the happy couple by their irlend and his. I suppose t"l,ouo u about the lump value of the pievnt," says silver Dollar, " proud ly. "'Ihj Vanileroill's aim In It with lssy. of course thtn.'ll be u dance utter ltabii ticrnaid Ilaast tlos thu knot, andyoucau jusl bel every bouy '11 have a good lime." 'Ihcro will be twelve ushers, und each has received a diamond pin ftoin iho b ipii) man. 'I wo pretty little maids will precede lssy and .llllie as they nppicmrh the altar, strewing tbilr palhwuy with flowers. I T bo bride's gown is a gorgeous creation I from Worth s, and silver dollars lo the uum ber of more than a thousind wcro laid down foi It, ho the Alderman says, whllo the bride's neck will uc cncli cled by a diamond necklace, 1 tue gilt of the groom. suo will bo given away by Mr. and Mrs. Hutler, and the utter will wear tiu.uou worth of diamonds. I Everybody in "doote" would like to go. ' but they leallire that all the admires uf Isvy ai.a adorers ot 'llllie couldn't begin in gi 1 1 Into Vienna Hull, and ll.e true plulosoph-rs those who recelvod th gorgeous cords lor the wedJIng lejoice, while those who didn't con sole tlfinselu's with tho thought that man) a Joviul occasion will result Irom tho utilllug ol these two lives. Ofcoutse Harney uourke will be there: )C, and Aseuihl)inaii llinotiij "Dry Dollar" sulllvan and e...bs.mtlyman John F, iiioilklt) and I'll 1 1 Iliiijainiu an! a lit a', of , Mlier "ood in'onle. Cominsr iivont. t Mdettns '.f the Now Vort rKlarisn foc!rt t ' the l tillen l.ir TiAiiiiiiu '.ctiM. 'J Uuirertltr p ic, al ,.so u'clock to. mint i )Us.urrJlt 1 Alt uf tr f.ttlr Itlu Jetnu at l0C"jrn iftoraIlt)jo Ciiriilnia I'fe. Ilatui i-l In UaPtaiMi ltu'. dtiUra rf tha t'o. uinliu. tlAiiutiirnt, tjf ljU tib-u ! lUniaul 1,1 etutiv fiinmttl. l v'nkli.r Hall, Ul I jfct hl?nth nii, tiniorrtrt atotiiur (,o.ilif tctftir, r.tl Ira n lliur) A. ('lami. of Itu.tun I it 1 hantrr li MuJarc Amaiieau l.tfa," Jlctol tlrnn,wiok, lVliivilr (uliii, lie ,'S . Olttnitts ii i I-. iieJUtiou . I ludir llruu. Linaa Me uutltl i arli'i llnuki, CI Lail hllit)-iiluth li at, !. Vt, e,r.n Kei 'I IOii D7tltel.ir ill Da l.v ha. d lt.-l It'lte. IiKlll.nr liail. Hi? Wot I-lt) -c.r til tl inert, lo. ii, h i- M llrtett! 'in Ictll'.i lllire. ,Nvs iJI, Iw lf V , l.vairtt Ha I, huudaj eicnlDif. loi rliouiDAttiii. aud neoratitla jou rauact tt a tiiiliiiaxaa Uau taliatKuOd. V CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Mr. Cleveland Gets a New Distinction. HE GETS AN AMERICAN BRIDE. Sir Philip Gray-Egnrton to Marry Miss Cuyler, of Bnlttmore. Iiv aaaociATUD raaas.1 London, Dec. "I. Tho marriage of Miss Woyne Cuyler, of naltlmorc, Md to Sir Philip Henry Urlan Orey-Egerton win tako place on Jan. 4. sir Philip Is a nephew or the sixth Esrl Selkirk, and Is u Captain lu tho Fourth Battalion ot the Cheshire Itegtmcnt, Mlss Cuyler Is a daughter of the late Patrick Cu)ler, ot the United Statos Englnceilng Corps. It Is claimed by her friends that eho Is one ot tho most beautiful women in the world. -v Sir PhlllD Is known" in American aoctety. He, In company with his mother, who Is a daughter or the first Daron Locdesborougb, having passed part of last Summer at New port aud Lotiox. CITY TREASURER BLACK. The Appointment Made by Mayor Eoody at Noon. Mayor Moody, of Ilrooklyn, at noon to-day appointed Itebert Black City Treasurer, to succeed Halsey forwin, city comptroller elect. Mr. lilack was an Internal revenue collec tor for llrookl) n under Mr. Cleveland's ad mlnl8tintlnu. He was succeeded In that posi tion by Ernest Nathan, tbo present Collector. He was tor some years an Alderman, repre senting tbo Fourth Ward. Ho Is a druggist. Ills appointment gives great satisfaction to the Demncruts. The only other man mcntlonod for Corwln's piece was Cashier A. T. sulllvau, of tbn Ilrooklyn Post-Oiltre. who will procably sue eeed Postmaster Collins. THE ELLEN NEWTON INQUEST. Now Witnesses to Be Produced oy Coroner Draws To-KIn-bt. Mount Vkrson, Dec, SI. several new wit ncsseshavc been sunpoenaed to attend the Inquest Into the cause ot pretty Ellen New ton's death, which Is lo be continued at 7 o'clock this evenlntr. It is believed that their testimony will still further strengthen tho theory or murder, which Is now held by Ihe police as well as Coroner limit. Up to this morning the Coroner had been unable to und the hack-driver or thu myste rious individual ho drove tn Invermere aud who was seon talking with a young woman believed to bo Ellen Newton neur the coal sheds there, which aro spumed close to the spot where her body was found. MAY COVER ALL ST. LOUIS'S LOSS. Foorstel's Estate May Buflloe to Py What Hu Owes tho City. TT uiorlATrp Fnna.l si. Locis, Dec. '.'l.-Tlie City Council list night appointed a commllleo lo Investigate thu rity Treasurer's aflalis. There Is practically no doubt ibat nearly all tho missing lunJs wcro used by young Forstel in cairylngon dials lu real estate. In iho hope uf entering thu money lack Into the treasury before being caught. roerstcl's property Is worth enough to mak? Il possmlc tbut a rerovi ry of thu mnds may jet bu mane irom the dead man's estate. Outlaw Haven Killed, Rowo Dying. I t i.eoriArn raais. 1 put Svtirii, Ark , Dec. 'Jl.stuu Howe, the desperado, was latally woumted In a en counter with Uepulj. Marshal llruner, when the latter attempted to capturo liowo and his bind. Jon Haven, a l.lemUT of the gang, uai killed, and Ned Downing, another outlaw, was captured. Slsntor Macron Defeats McCormlcU. IV jitrrMTMi ruaaa Mi.sskArotir, Die. til. llagen defeated Mccormick' In Ihe three-mile .skating contest at tho Notmannlii l lub llluk last night bfore fl.ooii people. Ilugen won easily by forty feii lu P.47. ihe rate was for a purse of t l.uou. Planning n tteceptlon to Mr. Flnoot. seVcnly-slx councils of the order of Uulted Friends, loi u led In ibis Uty, Ilrooklyn and other near-h) cIUm, wl.l give a ptiLllo recep tion Thitrsda) cieulni', Feb. till, lhtui, at tho Cnitr.il I in tt t-rcui opciu.llotfi, to Hrand Councillor J. Samuel .Snoot. 870,000 Express Rotuery at Midday , v aiaoouriii inria. 1 llt'nos. Mich.. l)er.:.'l.-TUc Canadian Ex press onire, ut sarnla, (int., was. robbed ot 17,000 at noon yea.cntay while the clerk was at dlohvr. Them U uo cluu. MRS. LANGTRY SERIOUSLY ILL Attack; of Peritonitis from Which She May Not Recover. Irv iorj atp rnvit ,t London, Dec. SI. Mrs. Llllie Langtry, the actress and former irlend ot the Prlnco of Walos and Fred Gobi ard. Is seriously 111 with peritonitis. Apprehension Is rolt that sbo may not re cover. Mrs. Langtry Is forty years ot age. MISSISSIPPI GORGED WITH ICE. Packet Lines Obliged to Tie Up at j St. Louis for the 8eoson. laT asiociatvd raxst. )' Sr. Lome., Dec. al. Business waj practl catty susporadedon thoilvei hereto-day. All packet lines bavo withdrawn prooahly for tho season, as every Indication Is for colder weather. With tho low stags of watci, the channels ot the river aro pnst navigating by even the tho lightest draught steamers. The flrst new-made lee In tho river ap peared to-day, and should thu weather con tinue cold tho river will bo ciosel by Ice gorges. BEQUESTS DECLARED INVALID. She Presbyterian Church Will Have to Refund (5,000. John Spauldlng, who died In March, lMbti, left .l,uoo each lo i he board or Education or thu Presbyteilun Church, and to the Presby terian Hoard or Keller for Disabled M.ntsters and Widows and Orphans of Deceased Ministers. These bequests Judge llearb, of tbo Su preme court, now declares to have been In valid. As $'J,."iOO has been paid on each bcijuest this money will uuw have to be re funded by the rret,0)terlan church. Mr. Spauldln-s will was executed only ten dsys before his deatn and has been declared Invalid on thai accouut HARLEM DRAWBrllDGES CLOSED. River Navigation stopped Dutlntr the Rush Hours. Ihe Harlem Ittvcr drawbridges v.lil herc attiir remain closed between the hours of it and to in tho morning audi ai.il 7 In iho ulturnoou. This order, which has Ik-cu Issued by the Park Hoard In ruspunse lo a monster petition signed by tlio residents of the Annexed Dis trict, went Into effect csierilny. 11 caused a lot ol kicking among the navigations oi tugs and sailing vessels In ihe Ilaaic-u Uttir, but II pleased all tbu peoplo who live above the llnrlcm. In ihu fart thtro have been long dclajs and blocka les at iLe uildgo during ihe rush hours, when going to or ii'turniug irom busl. buss, in the future rutlgatlin will ta com pletely stopped during thoso hours. NO TRACE OF CADMAN. The Government's Lossi Will Be Mann Good To Day. Charlea P. t adman, the Povl.onire cm. pluyeo who, as told In jesterday's Khmmi Wniati, stole over fi.tioo worth ot postage stamps, has no: jet been found, although tha entire deOcctlvo staff of tlio American surety company bus been looking for hltu diligently since Moiidiy. , lb" PPst-onic'i Inspectors bavo as jet re ceived no oruciilu look tor caduiau, as the (hivernment t seruroit ftom loss by tho 1(,0U0 bond lutulshcd by the buret) com pany. Henry 1. I.) man, Vlce-Pre'ldi'til id tho Auierio in surety compauy, saldihts nnridng thai tin) would to-iiai pay Post master u c'ntt iri,wb.7-', the amouui Molen U) cad man. fihn Unit Llvod 110 renre. Sylvia llcss, long kn own as tho o.dejt resl dent cf Moirlstowii, N. .1., Is dead. She was colored woman, and was In Kevnlutlcnaiy limes a slavu In one ot the Old Mcrrls i unity laiiillles. Hci Aku Is Slid to have been UO )eais, and ihere am atithtntu lecoids to prove It. Found Arptiyxinted in Be1. People living lu the last houiu ou the lircadway ettensluu at Ihe ccmer ot one Hiindreil und 1hlrt)-thlid strict, Manhattan, vllle, went tocali Patrick 1 lemltig this morn ing, but he male i.u rrspense. 'iheie was lUiecti'd u MroiiL-odor in g suJ when tho door w us buil nm n 1 1 iiiltig was lot.nd dead In his bed, wnh the unliKhltil fib turned on lull blast. 1 Inning was lo.-t.v.two jeurs old. Suli'ldu Is suspected, tut uo ca.se Icr Ms belf.dietructlcu is known. Try pi rial Ilndiln) Hrevv fF,M,bciiAi.t(atlrwi,'o. AttlUuituuxri. '. MR. BLAINE ABOUT THE SAME. It la Stated that He Passed a Com fortable Nlah:. Irv AisociATXP raiis.1 Wasiiinoton. Dee. '1. At Mr. Blaine's house this morning, Inquirers wero told thai be had passed a comfortable night and was about the aamo as nc was yesterday. Dr. Johnston visited bli patient shortly attcr 8 o'clock and remained about hair an hour. ENGLAND'S COTTON LOCKOUT. Break Expected at Oldham and Preston Mills Next Week. 1st asaoriATKD ranis. I LONtiov, Dec. CI. The first break In the great cotton lockout, which has now lasted for over six wests, Is expected tu occur shortly. Present Indications lead the operatives In the chief cotton-splnnlng districts or North and Northeast Lancasblro to believe that the mills at Oldham and Preston will resumo operations next week, working three days a week. In the event or these mills starting up It win afford the now locted-oul operatives much encouragement and will enable them to subscribe a portion of their earnings to the btrlko fund or the Amalgamated Assocla. tlon of operative Cotton-Spinners, which Is subjected to heavy drains upon Its treasury. MONTEREY'SPRELIMINARY TRIAL Bbe Throws Five Feet of Water Over Her Bow Running at 13 Knots. (v AarociAWD rataa.1 San Fbancifco, Dec SS. The mansgers of tho Union Iron Wonts bavo concluded not to give iho new coast defense vessel Monterey another preliminary trial run unlit to-mor-row. 'ibe trial yesterday was regarded as highly satisfactory. Au average of KiO revolutions was main tained for four hours without dimcblly. It Is x peeled to Increase Ihe revolutions to 140 or moro to-morrow, and to :no ou the follow. Ing day, ana then have the official trial. While running ftom ten to thirteen kuots i jesterday water lan over the bow aud grew I lu volume as ttiu speed Increased, until light at tho point ot tho low a steady torrent ot from lour to five feet high poured ovei tbo deck. 'lu wave was broken before It reached within ten feet of thu lor ward turlet aud tan off the shies. Ihe bay w us smooth und the vessel was perfectly steady without uny ten dene) to pitch or dip her bow In ihe water. '1 hu machinery worked satlsiauorlliy, and there Is ever) Indication that w'ten toretd to her full power the vessel will meet the rc qulrsmenls of the contract. LUCAS'S STORY FALSE. Ho la Mot Wanted In Danbury for Murder. John Lucaj, the neatly dressed, tnldJIc agedmanwh) surrendered utmselt to sergl. Helanry, at the Ono Hundred and Tweutr sixth street police station )esterday, acdsald be livid In West ltediugton. Conn., but nad killed a carpenter named James lteynolds In i stabbing affray tu Late avenue, Danbur), the evening of Tues.lay.neek, Is believed to bo a ci ank seeking notoriety, or u pauper trj. Ing ii secure transpottatlon back to Con necticut. Ulspa'clies from Danbury this morning say tl.cte I, uo such place In Counscticat as West. Hi-dln.ton ; that there Is no .itihn Lucas1 naute'd tlicre; no Janus Kejuolds In Dan bury, and that there has been no such affray assergt. DclaneVs prlsumrdi'scrltes. ' Policeman McCusuer, who tnak Lucas to I court, says he ti-cojiilres LIm asa Harlem bum. Police Justice Meade committed U1M ' lo the insatio pavllltun at liclleviiii Hospital, Icr examination as tu his mental condition. m Hamburg- Authorities Profess Not to Dread Cholera's Return. in AssocUTrP rarss.l Uauoi'kc, Dec. tfl. Two flesh eases of cholera wcro reported yesterday, and tho doctors ure making examinations with a view nf dclt'Clli'tr the bacteria. 'ILu newspaper Ivrtrnhillr Mates that tho United Slates Consulate win rcsumu to-day furnishing vessels wllh clean Lllls of health. I'ho au thorliies i rote-s tu havo nu areitl of the chclera teturnlng Overboard In thu Actor Kouee Ro. tundu. " See hf re, colonel, when did )0tt acquire th it kid hvblt of i-lgnrette smoking :" I oluticl -Kvc't sliiie tha arrival of Ibe " An MU'.Ai," aud 1'tv Icll like a kid cir slt.ee. ',' J y EXTRAj 2 O'CLOCK. 1 FRANCE IS ON GUARD. " 1 Reports of Koyalist Sohemes Lead M to Strict Watchfulness. 1 Excitement Over the Panama Scan- dal Grows More Intense. a Complaint of Accused Senators ;jffl Kvlilence Said to tie Flimsy. ?M I lav AWorjATED raxss.l ;fl rAnia, Dec. m. The excitement over the fl Panama scandals Is to-day greater than ever, and the wildest reports are afloat of Unix jft archlst plots and coming arresta It Is as- vj bcrt ed I hat M. Ilerz has been in communlca- tlon In London with agents ot the Count of Paris, and that the exposure ot the Thlerre II checks Is directly attributable to royalist ' Influence. . --SB Another rumor Is that the officials and M deputies, as well as civilians, connected with l the Panama scandal, havo bad It Intimated 4Z to them that their salvation lies In a espousal H or rn;aUst schemes, and that all their offen- M ccs will be condoned, It they wilt consent to 38 betray the Itopubllc. Somo conridence la M placed by wrUlnformed peoplo lu both these 7 rumors, and it is apparent that royalist "3 agonts have assumed an activity they bar .M not displayed lor years, and there Is also evw 'M deuce that royalist money Is agala afloat. vw Should affairs tako a turn favorable to a J coup d'etat in behalf ol royalty. It Is prob- gR able, according to current report, that tha 13 young Duke of Orleans would be selected to 39 lead the attack. Tha young Duke Is more 'jj popular than any other member of bis family, Jjj aud his offer to terra In the army as a con. $M script, when he cams ot age, made a widely xS favorable Impression. ,'Jjj The great difficulty tn me way ot a royalist NJ coup is that there are no signs otsettsioyalty JA in the army. X. do rfeyctact, me 'Minister '9 or War, is untouched by the scandals that J have besmirched his colleague. Hourler, ahd Jm he has tho devoted and loyal attachment ot "jm the Generals In higher crmmand. M The military lorccs In the neighbor hoed 'of "M Paris aro kept under the strictest discipline, 9 and the greatest vicilanco ls.exerrlsed to i'fl revent any tampering with the troops. The officers or the urmy aro as a rale of ItepuSlU i'S can sympathies, the Itoya'lst and Itonaport- 'fM 1st elements and especially the former f having been relegated on various pretexts to (11 Innocuous positions. The Government, It la iM said, has no doubt whatever or the fidelity ot 'Jl tho troops, and would at once call upon the Yj garrison ot Paris In case ot an outbreak ou the part of the Itoyaltsts. 3 The zeal ot the enemies or tho Itepubllc la 'J also checked by the reporu made current un. officially, but not doubted by anybody, that In the event of an Insurrection martial law ii would at once be p-oculmsd, and every In- "S surgent captured In arms cither shot on tha 11 spot or executed alter a summary court martial. 4 It Is known that the officers of tbo navy q are muchmorelioyalhtlnthclrtendencythaa those or the army, but no danger to the lie- public Is expected from them, as it Is believed i that they would hesitate long before rhulnj .", tha loss of their desirable positions. Iho movements of the monarchist aglta. ' tors are being carefully watched by agents ot '; the Government in France, In England and la '. Spain, and a special watch is being kept at j the passes of tho Pyrenees, ror fear that a . Uoyallst movement mlbt be attempted frous ; that direction. '; Tho finuluis to-day publishes an Interview ffl with M. Audrleux, In which he says that tha ten Deputies about to be prosecuted will ak ' most comtdcte tho list obtained from tha M stubs of the 1 blerrce checks. vi senator Doves, In an Interview In the Matin, j says that the course taken towards him waa -f. a shameful attack upon a man who bad nut ' yot been heard, that ho had net cr mixed bita self up In the Panama affairs and was court ,i dent or his ability to meet all charges. -J iilbers of the accused and their trlenna 'ii assert ibit the ',overnnteutls prosecuting , 'jl some or the accused on iho most flimsy ert T& denes and with the hope of extracting, under examination, adinlsslous that woulJ Juatttf 'A' n irlal. JJi M. Vlasso, who Is Implicated In 111 l"il ;-f.S accusations, has started lor Cologne. 'H THE MAJESTIC'S ROUGH VOYAGE. fl Battered tn a Qate Baveral Passen. K trers slightly Hurt. ,'lsy V irrriATrn rRKst.1 yj 'icsNSTOWN, Dec. 21. The White Star Una Jfl steamer Majestic, Capt. Parscll, from Now fll York Dec. 14 for Liverpool, arrived here mis jjl mcrulng, bearing evldenco uf having had a J(3 very tempestuous voj age. ttj Her funnels were battered and her sldea fe and upjicr works were coated with bull, and her " crow's nest," tho place on the foremast Sffi occupied by thu lcokout.;tiad teen demolished. Pi '1 ha Majestic took a heavy gale on Dec. 1H, M when In latitude 111 N, longitude SO W. A gl tremendous sea soon got up, and tons upon 13 unset water boarded the sioamer, causing u much dlscomloru Iho sea was ou the port tj? bow, and thH i-ausel tl-u M.ijestla to pitch Tft and roll heavily. Jf. several of her passengers who attempted &j) to walk about lu the saloon wero thrown front M Ihelr feet and austalt.ed trivial Injuries. On W Ibe day ot the gulo the steamer undo only W .'i.'itl miles. The time ot ber paissgo was six Sjj days and fourteen hours. J3J Pure In Quality, 3 Don't tall to seo Hixkk's display In per. HmU fumes, lllch cut-glass bottles in p'.ush rases, aafl A Christmas present for every vac, i'gd aad H Ulhav.', IHU-r's iirloea. V '