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SSJpfflB) - ' THE WORLD; THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 26, 18U4. J '
f aP k E. commons between the Vandalta an 1 the
WiA V Chicago and Indiana. Coal road d'Pot
u 111 i The cfeneral deliver! a Bpeech last cven-
1 LVife T lnfrom the stago of the opera-house o
ft f)WF I number of people) ot 10 cent a hend
', I Ki t Not much Interest Is manifested by lira-
f , i T t illlan.. ,
' frsjfc I COXEY'S OWN IN A ROW.
si if f,
V ,V ' it p FlatlcnlTsi iiml Nliotllliiir Iron ml
"'! t K I,nt MKlitV nmiillre.
v .r. Fi
' r IU' Associate 1 1'rrsa)
J, "tl f FIIEDE1UCK. Mil, April SO -The
' '' ' I n Commonweal nrmv, after Hpendlm; tv
J i F cr:' peaceful days In J'rcderleK, relo-
' 'III' brntcd the eve of their dcpirture bv i
, ( ' K free fight and rdiootliiK i rape l-im
j i I v (' nlfht. The nrm wim ileplttul by toil-
i ijK' l members, but no one wua hint
" i ff V At nil(1nlKht a inrt nf lluiiRiirl-ini, n
ill' ft pnrt of the lhlrt-llvc rtrrtilti tnlim In
J, f 'IB, L here, who had been drinking during tli
1 .' 'H' r day, came to blows around one of the
i K ,HtS V camp fires. One man was knocked Into
5- m iHb I: the flre' ,lUl ro,,ul ,m Imiiiedlntilj, mi I
' S ."' b pulling u pistol begun Miootlng The
T 7'i'K if police. Mho had been poMnl neu, to Ik
' t W" 'iff P ready In cace nf trniilile, pi at u nil tin
' 'Hi i crowd, but raptured only one man who
. A 'HI refused to Mve an niine but '.Ink the
J i : (1 h Illrper." He was Renttneed lindil that
f I )- "' name this morning to ten is In the
( 1M l wbrkhouse. Three of the other im li
' ' -t 'nt' I took to the woods and hue not been
: ? S' K heard from.
" ly '.ftfe It The exit of the fiixcvltfi from the
?i ' tHr ! town this mbrnlnK was n trlumphnl one
f " Hc fi In spite of the nlsbt's rllturlnme Tin
ji !",(' 'J p of the mounted diputltx iscortid the
Aw ' B I' party to the counts line, an 1 the Inde-
rT' 't'K&V pendent Drum Corpi was also with
jjjj?! ' - JHf pr them, plajInR "Mar) land, My Marj-
!'' ? Jt land," while the Commonwealth b mil
7' liH"(Y Joined In at lntirnli
t faKu The army will nnrch tit I'rbmn where
r ' x BBft R'" a halt will be mad for dlmiti, mid then
-T 'ltK-iT W'" P"8" on ,n H"ttstown, nhli h
y ic 'By-' '1' tweUe mlle distant from Trederlck
- ? IHY ST on 'ne "ne betwcii rrederlck anil
l?j K f . Montgomery counties As MnntRonierj
ti -Hii ,Sia "llry" co'it 'he men are Brnm-
g fM 'Mfi bllnir at the proipect of a three ilas'
t 't' jT ton tnere
,' ilHisi Drowne proinliei liirge n lnfnrcinenm
f ; jBljP bv Sunday and tas Hint from Itoik-
(v Hl'm. Tl"e ,ne trlumphnl mnich to ahlng-
'i HVHf ton will be made.
T t H'' Chlcnuo Iron llrlmulc ( iilliipacN.
1 v ffiUa (hy Awnclalpil I ri!, I
K Lta-". H(3j mt,TAUKEK April ! The Mllatn nt Wn
,''T sHl'fl. V tn, a suburb of thin ill) I lnfotr1 with
T,M ' RjcT trsBips, nil a noiel nmoly will 1 trie In
jt.ff? JHJ9' ' r''1 "' ",ni Tl1'" '" r""hil,s r'" """' "
fta' BB -i i orrnll thm Into a ( oxr nrmy nnl wml llrtn
MtM HJH,(V tilt fronL The fciim tmrn nf the lit h. hrrn
rr.W- . fB! Inplrrt lo nn hril nnl mriilt nnlih tnni
ft IH1'' ? wl" M to ,l ,bat hp rerelm nil llio nr tan e
. -4Ki j i? ,h"' po" When the rm l ml tni y
5"?aV Jlawfi to mirch It will he pucntl, I out nf the MIItc,
l&Wt! laWra " Ul Innbliai1'1 will return un 1 hnl 1 a Juhlle,
I'M ilRTIt1
'fljj ''BMIr CorejiKiii h. TnuiiiiK.
rmr'' aW' tty ANw,rlatel Prei,), )
mm' ' MW ip" CHICAGO, April .6 lnerl Jiremlnh Rill
Clt "!''' llTn' army nf Iron mmil Irtn hnn ml ),t rm
;-.. 'Hh terlallted to liny ippnclalle ejtent ll.nllnin I
Hv ''BWTrit Main lot nliht when a lettir oi reehel 1i
p BhLiP Beereury Rchnnrli nf the Inml Iron mmil, irn
bCL CTr S crnnlntlon. from Mnrlln I ox thi I'rem lent nf
Mi? S"flr, fce Union hnx tiai, he known nnthlni; of Siil
;,' .M 1' llran The men win mm, from Mlluniili,,, to
K f HSllt march will Piillhnn aro h illnKiiati 1 l( t nnl arc
K' nair.l 4stBs home Raln
K; iB' ASSAULTED IN COURT.
Bk,1. ,U;!J!- Cnanlilr Hml .liinl I'd-nmimI ii ( luirKf
HT ilHiafll ' a"""1' -iKniiiKt iiouoMMi.
K, irB'C Martin Casldj, of t llnmlllon stiet,
But fBJBV made n charge of dlsordnrl) londtiit
Si ft')' against Thomas l)onoan, 40 enrs nM
Hj, HHk of "5 IIenr stiiet, In i:se .Market
K ' 'BtK tourt to-da.
JaK1" sM?B(3 Cassldy stated that Dononn, who
H ylj was Intoxicated Inst night, paid him a
Kl i'kHbI visit, nnd because he r fused to mat
Kit ,KHIt t0 tt nlnt of l"'er- threw a kettle nf
IK wV water over him JumIci Hogan Until
E' v W Wrh Dononn tin
aw fc-alTl' n hearlm; the smtenco lionninn
K iMMX i sprang nt Cassidj nnd struck him a
Wit iAW-alr violent blow In the fnn- 11,-fore he
K ;? could strike a sec nnd blow tin louri
rl SaV ' oltlcer seized hltn
i SSr Justice HogTii ordered a (hnrgn nf
B ? assault to be taknn against l)ounaii,
j iK' and held him for trl.il
' BSH? ' Innornnt nf IIUm W litem Denlb.
-r ? Georne U Moree to whom the iinforturil,
1 miB'T' clreii. Allele Water who illeil In 11, 'leiue II o
tavl P'ta' a ' rtls af:0 nH rnl!lll', eililtntlt iloea
ft f B?H n0t kn0W 0l b" lc"'h w A r Innnell of the
fW W& American Theatrical Fxrhance reeehel a lettei
N MH Ml ,""n 'm reatonln from llmahn with another
- -Jiw! Ktni tnctoiM for llea Water lie la working Mn waj
JV JB' f-?7 btn from San Franclaco atij Ooea not Rile n
'in j9af: Ibl 1. ajltlreaB.
Safit -
7 Sfl '3IT Yon rrnrt "le I3enlni; World!
K. Wui M Do ron r,'"l ,Uv s'"d"' Aorld?
Fji'"' HH. K' "Wire en In Drier.
Bjy tl S iVr . "n fnloralo rmeltcr nl nutte. Von wu
ft"S . X RlT bttrnM lo the groun t lat nlKbt The loa l
rV M iii! t Mtlmateil at oer JI00 (i)
IS"T tT "i?3 S The HocUollera rt Ihe Hrl Nalii nal Hank of
CJ1 ft villi ij Denlaon Tex, hale declOcd to wlnj up Ita at
jiti vfHll V Iter. C P muler an I! lacoial clerKvmin waa
V "jSrlH J jeatenlae founil hanslnx to thi 1 e,l t In hla
yL m room al ,ne 1-ocknir llott nt I i rt Mian1, Ha
? Ti l 8X II1'1 "e an1 famlI aro at Atlantk ( ll N J
Kr 4" Ml; The 'numlo anl machine thopa nf P Marh JL
Wit ift- tire brother!, near 'njderUlle I'a weri. ileatrojcd
M H' 94r lv nre eaterilay UtM 110 000
P Kj fril Mr A"1"" Iinneneckir of MaUown Pa
'. il iilll hanged heraelf to a ratter In the carirt of her
K.' Ml IfS hoirno yesterday. No cauac la u-Hsnil fur ihe
fc jttfc 11 fl aulclle
iS f 1 JB The fourth annual reunion cf tnnfedirat et
D iif? i J 8 jrana wai fumally openi t )eatenla at llirmlng-
vSy JtJ ffj hm, Ala There were udo lampa rtireaenied
u& Ift An ecclealaatlcal coumll of l nngjiicnul mln
rY fifj-( ltf" tl I011 t-iaa etirlaj dlamlaae. l e
PS, Il II T Dr -N ' G "ana trom ih Kirk "-tncl Ihur h
f?' Mi' Sil " 'ena flu- IJeiiiin Worlrt!
j Jfr fit I Do joa renil the Stiiiilny Worlilr
jf" HI "i" snuiixc; itjsirs.
a F I i "
He. ffl'4 i ALMANAC I OR TO DAY
w WK St ' B fl'" BOf ,,n ' ' " Mof" " i:
fM fl'v ,11GI1 VVATLIt TO DAY.
, ( ffl M' "a '" i Pr i't
W Hl SI .oernora laland . s !; ,'
'? II air ,le" G,l " "
Iff? ill WW ATt.lt TJ.DAY
It MIL Sfl F"nair "oo1' r ,
Uw. tjv 1 (.oiernora laland . , i 7
,rvi Kr. I I urn ! '. j i '
n Kf tt ' i'oiit m-mhv umic
$rV iM !ll ' 0iTrniNrTiiTrMin.
ttj !rS? lf,r MlU.ll TllllA I
X1 Mt IR ' nateot Netravka , K", "",,a"
Ie " JCli ail I haeila ., "
l Z S , Trlnldj I , '," "."
!?! Si? , H ranMago ." Vaiau, h
aHiisL IT" J lilt Nt.tli I
W$( VjlS TO FAII, TO MdllUnw '
awfelf, avt6 SHI 7t '""! ""ara in oo v t IM,,
RMrT' EfaK J L f IbrroVee lharleainn ' I JJ ' ,
KSj RljfiSr tlty cf ban Antonio Hruna. Irt I M
Hyl 01 I'M I
ttMajMa INCOMINO
EjlP Suevla . April 10
rapK ,)r'tla lila.co.
El T'fi8P;5lfwi. Hekla . ...'.. t-rt.,,. April u
L 5wi HtS'.BK": Indiana..... t!'" April :i
'1PJ mfc -,.K.".:.iJr.:z: Apr,', ii
HPW3l'.
IBir iiaiafitntf -hi )
HHi;!UB2aaaiMaV9HftiH
HIGH WATER MARK.
a -
"Tbo World's" Cheap Goal Salos
for Ono Day Aro 346 Tons.
Anthracite Barons Count Profits
While Miners Suffer.
KlRtirca MiowliiR Cost or Production
mill helling Price.
The larrje Incnase In the snles this
weik of $t VJ t mil testllles to the urnw
Inc luti rest which Is bt Iiik taken In
The Wot Id h IIKllt liRiilnst the loiiI tone
blnatlon
The sales jpHtenln) reache I II. tons,
which K th liliih-watir mark brliiKltiK
the tntal up tu l.'JI tuns, and lirK"l
Im reusing Hit dilb imriRe 'Ibis n i
n Mtus a silm; to consiini-rs who
hae punlnscd tin Ir coal thmuitli Tin
Woilil, nf ninrl J.'.rii The offer holds
i;oud nui until Ma 1
It Is KritlMnK to note that a
large proportion of the order t whlih
hie rtcintlj In i n placed cull for coal
In conslili lubli bulk, nnliis for IKc and
tin tuns or more bilnK numcriius This
Imlliatcs that Ihe larnci lonsiimerM ale
apprtt IntliiK "The Worlds" i nterprlse
In nipphlns coal nt low prices, nnd
hue Joint d the ciininlkn iiRnlnst the
iiioniipollsts
It was In 1S7U tint the anthracite
eomhlmitloii first litKiili to .tffect irli i s
sirliusl Since that time the rt tall
pike of the domectle (.miles of coal
Ii n iiilaiieeil as nine Ii as JIT,) a toll
although it Hit Mint tlnit Hi- lost or
I iiilmlnK and ilistilbtitltiR the lonimod
1 1 I is been tn.iterl ill itdtieed
Whin the pool bin in Its iipiTitlons
In 1STJ tin ptlee of coil pi r ton was
Jl'ii In the lolltn Im; cu .lthnil im
ilni.ie ot itiisini, the pt U as put up
to Jj n ton, unit the ricnril of sun i ( 1
llle. Milts Is KlM'll lis follns 1SSI I . Tr
tsv. J,7i ISM Si., lfSI. Si... I'1' i.rn,
I'M Xt 17, Jr. ,'e'i, IS-N ", !?. $.7o, !VJ),
- ii, lull J" in, IV..', i'. ... IW Ji. I1"!.
"' T his ihows ir ole-iitls what the
combination i an miiimpllsii when It
sets out to l'c i up the prlie of coal
nnd siiifei,' the publlr I'p to the prt s
Hit lime no .itnoiint of protest on tin
p-trt of the consumers Ins hid the
sllKllti st .fliel lljioll Ihe mispllIT
monopolist" Tin j have slinpl) lini-jht
up tourts and l.ei Isl nuns, ind with
the law nil thell side hlo bid ileflinct I
In public si lit I tin n t '
l.miklni- II the nther si le vt the qucs
Hon Hie nut if pmtuctlon at the mines,
I. will he -eHii that the ilescendltirf
s rles of iltus Is ien more n mark i
ble th.in the aseeiidliiK scjle of re'all
prlccn
In H71 the nonup cost of intht.iclte
cniil nt the minei win S-M a ton in n7t
It win IJ71. 1S71, $lh7, 1S7'-. 1115,1377,
$iri, 187e 1 J4 1ST t 1M, lfnl, 1 41,
iss' $1 H, mil issj tl 17 hlnc" that time
It his rininlned at about the same Mr
lire The ilKTirpme between this prlte
and $."i"i ii which nnl Is told In the
inirket to-dij, ruuisenls the emirnioiis
unlit which Is siium eil out of the pub
lie b the const ltni tit hh coil Ininin
The iiiithiaclli tvil llelds art- capable
if nioiliii Im; more than on im tea) tons a
.jr, but tln an tml beliiK worked
liiilf time, and Hie niitpiit In It sn. than,
l.nni) tons The suittrliiR and ills-
ttess .imniiR the miners, biciuse of the i
l.ttU tif imploment iltirlni; the past
( ii hae been intense, nnd ill In cause
if the mi ul of the- jireat i oiporatlons
whli b control the t utile liulusti)
If Hlty millions tons of ton I were
mlmd and sold at lower prletr t verj
inlinr ottlil be enililoM d the tnr
iiiiiud the publli would Kit Its tnal at
sniiuthlnK like Its in tnal altie, mid tho
ptofltH tn the iiroiliuers while they
I ilKht not be as en at as the now are
In ititisuiueiue of the eMortlon which Is.
b Im; pr.ictlstd, i uuld at bast be as
mm It as could riasmmbb be ipicted
to be siciiitd 111 an) ItKltlnnte business
As only three diss mine itni.iiu within
i hUh consumers In this rlt) and Itrnok
hn will line the b in fit of the present
olTer or Ihe or.d ' lo m II t Tl at f I 'A
it ton, th.) hhnuM com. foru.inl with
thtlr ordus m once Itinnmbei, tint
ien ton of cnil that Is purchisel now
un b-r the condition i nftml me ins a
blow . t Hit i imblii"
Part fill rstliiuitis show tint 'The
Wot Id' Is now hi llini; 12 pei tent nf all
the donustli slzis of anthiaelte now be
ItiR sold In New lurk Plt This Is a
most Kl itlf)hiK show Inn, but there Is no
reason whj the percmtaKe Miould not
be Inci eased. If cnii"unu rs would enre
fullj consider thtlr Interests 111 the matter
Una Pell from ti Plre Truck.
Irthur koenlnic eluhl )eara old of 112 W eat
Thlrt) alttti alrtet while attrmi'lnK to ateal
i Ide in Hre Tru k No :i at 10 o clock Ihla
mornlnn at Thirl alxth alreet anl t luhth ale
nui fell unlcr tht whcela anl hal loth liRa
ril.hed He lidt liken tn New lork lloapital
Ilanirnr, Me.
Hood's Cured He
m:htoi s mi; vn u ins iti:.nsi:
iii:k.
IIoo.I'n Snrr-iipiiritla I'rnnl Ifn llrrll.
In fUntvor. Mt . man) loaplfl hafi twen re
ptorel tn health l) IIouI'h Sarflat arllla, bidodr
...tin Mrs. William H. lltt hrr. wile c.fn well
t." i aaa m iiaiiaiit att li hi i nara,1 I'a a nia4
known (arfienter and atalr ' nil Jer, who writes t
C I HiolA. Co , I.owfll Mam.
"AUiutctiiht earn aifn I liran taklav llooil'a
Sir.aparllla for heaJactie, with which I bad
lfu trouble 1 from a child. There wera dais
that 1 iiml 1 liaro aucti beailarhea that I lroul t
tu o tn lie in a dark rouui ulth ni)'rearovflred
o I cniil 1 not ten a rai nf 1U1U or uear aaniinil,
aal wniil.ldo allnoat wild. M nenolla aialein
waaball) rundown I decliltsl o Kile Iknxt'a
Sari-ai arllla a trial, and found in a abort time
that
II Whs II) nrfllliiK .lie
and I continued rrsuUrlr until I had taken ten
lrfittlea It cured me and from that time until a
KaraKoI liaie been free from I'eajacuca and
; Hood's? Cures
nirinu-aieii, waa thrown Irom a cirrUffn
lt Vail an liujuret my bead. It aflected ar
ueriea, to I comuienced takina- Hood's Sana
parllaafaln. It Las belied me anl
I Am Hji.Hr Anlii.
Mr folks haro taken Hoad's Hanaparllla and also
w ... J""" U,lp ',om " In fMt' more from
Hood s than from aar other medicine thr hate
Uken." las.Wit.tUMU.PiTOHB. 107Itroad.
r, Damrov, Ueotonlr HtlOII'H.
LVu."?.' V." " T-BntfUrlaMrpiluT;
"UtdUesUon,cuoeaAeii,. 26ciarboi.
FOUND HI OUT ATAFUHL
a
iYr i Spring s or AsBorts Hor Hus
band Has Another Wife.
Millo HtirjIiiK Her Clillil the Other
Sirs. bprliiKHter Appenreil.
OtorKO BprlnKstcr was held In the
Hwen atrett Court, WIlllamsburK, to
il i on a thargo of blKtini), prcftrred
b .Minnie Htier Bprlnster, to whom
he was married In ISSU, when at the
time he had unolher wife Hi Inn
yprliiKSler, aciordliiK lo the stor told
by the tomplalnant, bns bun llilni: a
double life tucct safull) for live .wars.
He told the woman that he was a
trim Mini; iikiui, and this took him out
of the elty a food part of Ihe time It
now nppfirs that hi iipiut this Hint
with his other wife, Kute Killtt-HprltiK-slcr,
wlio lived at 2il l.llery strut At
both pi nt. s he Kat his n line us
HprliiRattr, but nt i:iluy strict he wni
known as lulliis
.Mrs .Minnie Sprlnitsttr hid out- child,
but It died shortl) befoie faster, am)
the fiinir.il oteurreil Pasti r .Monday
AmoiiR the motirnrrs was a woman who
looked nt tin moUn r In sin prise ana
tluully said to her
' lhcie must h some mistake here
Th it iiiin our thole Is Ml SpilnKstur,
lut ou art not his wlft '
Mrs Hprlnstir protisted that she was
Tht tv v. mm ii ai Riled the milter and
the visitor uiltl shi ntt nded the tu
ru.ral slmpli bt cause slu hnl t en the
funeral until c In the piper ami HinilRht
It wan the child "f htr friend, Kate
Sprliwrter
on the way back fmm the etinitrrj,
Mis .Minnie uiibt.ililel hei husbnuil for
bis tniidtnt and Ii" nmiwtrid that the
charRis wirt all false anl he would
proie It Within an hour nttet thej ar
rl v nil Iminc hi wnt ni.a), IcniiiiR his
wlf, he.irtlimken nnd penniless
The woman h if n (food dial of dr ter
mlnitlo.l howtier nod h'ie I'etldcd she
would ilnd her husbnii After scleral
wn-ks she bunted him at '.1) Kllety
sttcnt ntnl Pprlimeter w it nrrcstd this
morninir by Olllctr Pirroll He hal
notliliiR to sij when arralRiird In court
ATE A TOWEL AND DIED.
V l'lip I'nriilslic n "iiKirenthin ftir
Uniilil-llc Mnlcliles.
' Kkeeslcs" v ns the queer name of
DriiKfflst Punster's Irish setter pup
He wis Iliookljn born and bred, nml
was er popular l.i the ilririRlst' i stole j
at C79 lledford avenue "Skeesli s"
passed to thit online hereaflci from
which no bow-wow ere returns on Tues
de, and his takliiR off was Indeed un
tlmel), dlstressIiiR and unbiue
J.u charRes urn mule against DniRjIst
Porester of neRlei t of the in but the
inM fact remains tint "Skeesies" mat-
Icattsl a )aril-loii Turkish tov el last
Prldn.v, and turned up his little cusb
loned paws to the clalst s four il.iva
later
The ilniRKlst usnl the towel for dif
ferent thlnns, hut principal!) foi mop
phiR up the overllow of the different
prescriptions he t omiiniinileil It used lo
hiiiK in a hook behind the (inscription
tounter The ilniRRlst mlstd It list
Pild.i) nfternoon Ho hml used It about
ten minutes previous, and was per
I plexed at Its straiiRC ill tappe irance
Pout iln)s Inter 'Skeesies" died, nnd
Mr Pnresti-t concludes! to make an
I eutopsy He reiouied his Tuiklsh
towil almost Intatt, and he laid 'Skie
fits" not nt all Reiitlv on the pi lcld sur
face of the waters of Newtown Creek.
PARK COMMISSION TO GO.
Iliiliertsoii't. Hill for n pi Ill-Pnr-I
lUnn lllll I'nssrs.
in) Aaaoclate 1 Picas )
AI.HANY,, 'TVprll 2fi -Senator Robert
son's bill, anollshlnR Ihe present New
I York Park Commission, and providing
for n non-partisan Hoard of Parks, con
slstliiR of two mcmbeis, hns pnssed the
Asscmbl) eas, 73, na) s, 4.'
IMPRISONED BY SMALL-POX.
When tlir Qunrinitliip Wnn Oaer
Mrs. Klernnn Una rrenletl.
Justice aoettliiK, In the I,ee Avenue
Court, WIlllamsburK, to-da) held Cath
erine Kit man, of JW, Hope street, on a
ehnrRe of belntT an hnliltiial tlriinkartl
Policeman Joseph Kane arrested Mrs.
Klernnn Inst nlRht, nlthoiiRh she hml
practical!) been in custod) for a week
When the warrmt was llrst Issued
Kane went to the house and found It
hod been quarantined because of small
pox He could not arrest Mth Klernan nor
could she escape, so he slmpl) waited
quietly until the quarantine was raised,
then he arrested her.
PRESENT HOME UNKNOWN.
loitnK Hnrrls firta Two Months for
Nnmiltliii? Ie ilt'fttrliui.
Abraham Hairls was sentenced to the
Island for two months b) Justice Horiiii
In Pssex Market Court to-day.
i I'ollt email Caullleld, of the Madison
I street station, chanted him with pullinR
the hats over the e)es of pedestrians
passing throiiRh Madison street last
nlRht, and assaultlnK them when they
I found fault.
Harris Is twenty-two venrs old, and
refused to tell where he lived.
GOSPEL BOAT LAUNCHED.
Vllveiltlsls III lae It for Itlver
Mlsaloiiar) Murk.
iny Aaaoclated Preaa )
KALAMAZOO, Mich, April M -The
Adventlst Rospel boil Ins Just been
launched nt AlleRin The hull Is now
rend) to receive the machinery and up
per works, which will be put in as noon
as possible The boat Is sevintv two feet
over all and elKhtten feet ivlde, and is
modelled after the old Mississippi Hlver
sttrn-whiclers It only ilr.tws live inches
of water as It now stands
When fully equipped It will be taken
down the Kalamazoo, thence to ChicaRii
and from there, via the Illinois Hlver
and canal to the "Pather of Waters "
upon which and its lower trlbutariis
It will do duty as a mlsilonir) craft
Mellrlil.-'M MlHtnke.
(I'ron Jutee )
"What on earth nre )ou dolnR'" e
claimed Mrs Mclirldc when she saw her
husband Jabhlnjr a pin Into an ornement
nl piece of embroidery on her dressing,
table
".Merely putting n pin Into this cush
ion, dear," he replied
"Mercy me! 1 pild fifteen dollars for
that pin-cushion nt n church fair, and
do you suppose I'm going to allow pins
to be stuck Into It?"
Illniuonilai In tile Metrnra.
Prof. Derthelot has pointed out that
In the writings of Avlcenna there Is
mention of a metallic aerolite which fell
In DJorJnn. In Central Asia, In the elev
enth century which could neither be
broken nor worked up Into arms or tools.
One of the blocks of native Iron found
at OvIJak, In Greenland, In 1870. la so
hard that It can neither be scratched
nor cut. and Prof. Nordensklold sugsreita
that this may be due to the presence of
black diamond) dUttminated through the
iro&
I ( - - j
?'J JMSJ Lsasasasasasasasasasaai
HINCKLEY SURPRISED.
Harlem Bank Had lTo Offioial
Notico of tho Garfield'B Action.
Attributed to the Stato Department-Clearing-Houso
Quarrel.
Is Hie Committee Prejudiced Agnlnst
Ilurlciii Itiinks?
The Informal notlee of the Garfield
National Hank to the Harlem ltlvei
Htale Hank, at Ui7 Third nveiiuo, tint
It would no lonRir net as Its ClearliiR
Hotlse UK lit, Hid ri'iuesHiiR Hint the
Harli in 11 ink sn lire anothtr agent, Ins
proved a Ritnt sill prise to Hie uptown
Institution
Cashier lllntkle), nf the Hirlun ltlvei
Hank, slid to an "Pvt.iliiR World" re-
pmter this morning
'I mn vcr) ninth surprised that the
action of tht (liirlbll Hank has littn
allonel tn In c line public, as we had no
untlci' Hi it such was Its Intention I
siw Alfrel c Chene), Prtslilcnt of the
liinllill llan'i sotiii time ago, mid Hull
he men I) lutlmatid that his biuk In
t.ndfl to git rid of three small Harlem
banks foi width Hit ilitrlleld was agent
One nf the thne was the Hlverslde Mat
nnd mint ler tin Culos-lil Statt, and th,
Harli 111 State the otln r
"We have ritelved no nniclal notice
from the C. irlli Id Hink. and the reports
printed this inornliu are the llrst I
have he inl ibout It
Hoi n on (illl Is the President of the
Harlem Hlver II ink
Mr lllnke) sild Hint If the report of
the flnrlltld Hank'a .ictlon was true, he
ascribed It to a dispute between the
State II inking Depnitmtnt and Hie
e louring Hotio Committee
He aid there so. tntd to be a feeding
iigiliib' II n lli m binks on the part of
Hie CTcirlrR-lloi"'e Committee por ex
ntnpli the Iount Morris llink, which
I nr a JGOWOH surplus, his been tr)lng
wlthnlt av ill foi some tine to Ret rep
ris, ntnllnn In the Clinrlng-Hous" Por
ro m reitsi n or other the Clearing-House
C iminlttee wouldn't nllow an) Nitlonal
bank tn cl ir for them
"We hive hear I nothing from Hank
Si pt Jildson about this iast nhase of
the situation," mil Mr Hlnrkl)
"I ii iw Mr Pnstnn Tueslt), nnd nien
tlined thi fast thit our bnnk might
in im' n ch uifle, nnd he offerel no objec
tion "
Ml Hlncklej appoared much wort led
ovei the inilillcitlon of the report about
his bank When askcil If the Harlem
Hi'ik could stand a run he said
"Ye i If the pressure Is not too great "
He sild that the bulk's customers were
pilnclpill) small depositors
Ion rend the laenlnp: World!
Do oil retltl llle luiul.!) Woilil?
DEI. fathefT pjTeis dead.
Member of tho Eedemptorist Order
for Thirty-four Years.
Procession Past the Hospital Glad
dened Ills Lust Hours.
Hev. Pather Ithabinns Prels of the
Kedtmptlonlst Order, dkd at 12 uO o'clock
this miming nt the St Prancls Hospital
from a complltatlJn of diseases
Hi hnd bun illlng more or less severe
lv for the last six months and went to
the hospital two weeks ago He had been
In bed there until his denth
P.ithu Prels prenthed his Inst sermon
at the llulemptoilst Church of the Most
Hoi) Itedfemer, 171 Past Third street,
the tin) before be went to the hospital.
t that time mnii) In the congregation
observed that Pather Prels looked ver)
sick
esterdav the Hedemptorist commu
nltv celebrated the last da) of the
lubllee of the foundling of the parish
T he concluding gceremoii) last night
tiiiislsted of a uuignitlcent parade tn
which ovei .'OW pet sons took part. The
piocesslon p isbptl li St. Prantls Hos
pital mil) a few hours before Pather
Prt Is breathed his last.
Thih osplt.il itself was gorgeously Il
luminated iv llh Chinese lanterns aril lec
orited with Hags In honor of the oc
cision Hev Pather Prels was one of the
oldest and best known priests In the
country He was born Pel) 17, 1S20, In
Ilernlr, Hessla.
He tiime to this countr) In 1S.V1 and
was ordained a priest In 1SG.1 After a
twcnt)-tlnee vtars' service 111 the Church
of the Most Hoi) Redeemer In Past
Third stiect. he became Superior of the
Church of St Wcnceslaus, in Haltlmore
Three )ears later, at the expiration of
his term as Superior, he returned to hl
New ork Chinch, with which he re
mained conntcted until his death.
Pather Preis's health had latterly so
often been despaired of tnnt the last
sacraments were repeatedly admlnls-
ritVllllliriU-. ..v.,.- IVI'IU.VMI, (....... lu-
tPI ed He hnd been a Hedemptorist
sliue lRt.0, nnd died on the feast da)
nf tho Hedemptorist Order, the feast ot
Our Lady of i.ooi! Counsel.
Pather Preis's sister Is the Iter.
Mother Theresi Prels, Superior of the
Dominican Convent of St. Nicholas, In
Past Second street
The fuueial will take place on Satur
da) lit 1 A M , and the sermon will be
preached b Itev Louis .Union, C. SS H.
The bodv will be hurled In the cata
eomb beneath the church
The Independent Itltle tiuard and
various o'h'r Human Catholic societies
In Hie nirlsh will ginrd the hod) dav
and nlRht in the bnsement of the church
until the buriil takes place.
1'HISON I.VIIDH.
Its I'rnilllel In Mereliniiillse In Sent
from suite to State.
"Charlt) nlwas seems to end at
home In nutters of legislation nnd agi
tation," siiii Pi nest 1. Whitman, ol
New York, to n St Louis re
porter. ' This Is especially the case
I In tie mntter of pilson labor Pver)
i one, I believe is of the opinion thai
It would be advlsilile lor the reforma
tion of the convlits to lie engaged in
Iheilthv occupations of .1 productive
Ulm niter but honest libor objects to
the ruinous competition which Is thus
t'leited and n landld.ite for olllce loses
an Immense ptrcentnge of votes If tht
fat t tonus out that lie is In mi) wnv
loniiectid with convict labor I hid
..... I.. .. I.. U f ....!.. ... lin..-a ... fr.-
not bt en In Ht Louis two hours bt fore
I w is tcbl of one local industry which
was serlouslv Injured b) lompelltloi,
from the State peultentlarv, ami I eouM
not help smiling when 1 thought of the
Immense cuantlt) of prlsnn-maile goods
wliltli are shipped to this and otliei
lire cities from the Past There is i.
greit quantltv of clothing, shots, miii
trtsses, cushions, eve , mnde In tht
lnri,u penitentiaries of New Pngland
The goods are rt markablv cheap, ami
when travelling I often see them ex
posed to view the t lollies ns tulltrt
made, the shoes as hand-sewed, &c
the public little thinking that tho tall
nrs and the hand-sewcrn nre ver) ntttn
life-termers In State penitentiaries Tills
Is a solution of n great economic tllf
Acuity, which Is, of course, eiiHrelj
Illogical. Although New York ships Itt
convict-made goods to Missouri and
Illinois, those States return the compli
ment, nnd thus, In order to get over a
sentimental objection, two unnecessarv
freights are paid, and the railroad
corporations, as usual, get tho benefit "
Too Qnlrklr Cored.
(From Judie )
Good Samaritan Ito fn;nds doctoring
n man at the loal-itdd for Rinke-blte)
There, he's mining around all right, poor
fellow! I gusts you needn't imuc an)
more ot that whUksy djwn htm,
Itiuty Collins (In rf voice faint Lut
fl'ntai) Let 'Im (nlc, kito tn (blc)
QUEER POLICE WORK.
a)
Dateotivea Arrested and Counter
feiters Allowed to Escape.
Secret Servico Men Locked Up for
Five Hours in Hoboken.
After Their Helcase They Caught
Thren of Iho Culncrs.
James L Htlllman, Fred Iturlte and
(Jtorgu Holmes were nrrestel for
counterfeiting nt 313 West Seventeenth
street last night, by United States Se
cret Service Officers Thomas Callnghan
anl Prank Psiiulrcll. Several molds, n
lot of antlmon) and block tin nnd about
one half a bushel of bad half dollars
n ne found on the premises The olllccrs
billow that some of the leatdrs In the
anng got nwav, but they hope to cap
ture them before long.
The prisoners were brou.rht before
I lilted States Commissioner Shields at
'1 o'clock this morning, nnd luld In
eJi'M bonn 1 each to appear for examina
tion next iiatiirdny at J o'clock
Olllctr Callaghan Is verv Indignant
over his treatment nt the hands ot the
Hoboken polite
'Ihere's Capt. Patrltk Ha)es over
there," lie said, "who Is the smartest
mm on earth, and some of his men are
about as bml as an I've ever seen. If
It hadn't been for their Interference we
would probablv had captured all the
mcmbern of one of the biggest counter
feiting Rings which has ever operated
Pi New York. As It Is, we fortunatel)
got three of the head devils after the
action of the Hoboken polite had let
thtm get away once "
According to Cillaghan's story, he and
nsqulrell had been shadowing the cotin
ttrielters for over a week, and after
hard v ork hail succeeded In locating
the ring s headquarters
La Tuesday afternoon the detectives
ran across thiee of the crowd In Four
teenth street, near Broadway. They fol
lov.ed them to the i,"Vnn ferry and
croshed the river with them Arriving
in Hoboken, the men Immediately went
to w rk passing bad coins, principally
Inlf dollars
Callaghin ihtalned one of the coun
terfeits, and started after them The
detectives followed the counterfeltem
on tho ferry and were about to arrest
them, a Hoboken policeman tanpen
them on the shoulder and said he
vi inted them. They tried to explain
that they were secret service olflcers
and that tho counterfeiters were on the
hunt
"Oh, that'n too thin Ye can't give me
no game like that. Come on to the sta
tion "
Cipt. Hajes. at the station, would not
accept the detective's statement. He
regarded them ns dangerous characters
and laughed at heir secret-service
badges and credentials
They Imrlored him to telegraph their
chief In this city, and he told them to
"go on now." Finally after the officers
had been in a ctll for flvt hours, from
S in the cvnlng until 1 In the morning,
the) succeeded In obtaining permission
to wire Chief Seanlon
On the chief's ai rival, the nearesc
magistrate was sent for, and Callaghan
and nsqulrell were released at 2 30
o clock Wednesday morning.
, 'tp
roon "MMiiEii Timnn."
Some of the Trials of the Third
I'nrt) to n I,oe Affair.
Wherewr the notion stnrted that three
Is a lucky number. I know It did not
stmt with the llrst pair of lovers or
with an) pair of lovers since. "That's
poz," as the old magistrate Is forever
cn ins in Miss Kdgeworth's pleasant,
priggish little tale. Banged and bela
bored with abuse ever since history was,
savs the Philadelphia Press, poor No.
3 has been alternately regarded as a
deus ex machlna and a frightful en
lumhrance, but never aa a rational hu
man being with pretensions to those
things to which the drawers up of the
Declaration with unconscious cynicism
made ever) body welcome-life, liberty
nnd "the pursuit" of happiness. De
spised and rejected of men, especially
ouni; ones with attachments, the "mar
plot" and "gooseberry" Is tho most pa
tient nnd put upon of sufferers and de
serves an eplcj'nll to himself.
There's nothing half so eweet as love's
young dream, and nothing n quarter so
Inconsiderate. The 'Sorrows of Wer
ther" were all ver) well, but a more
tragic tale jet remains to be written
the "Sorrows of Wcrther's Priends."
You that means me and everybody else
like lovers, of course, nnd wish them
well, but )ou would love them and wish
them better If they exhibited more of
that love of solitude with which they
aie popularly credited.
Who wander with eyes and cars bliss
fully closed to every-day things Into the
loom where )ou sit peacefully reading
and under the apparent Impression that
It Is an uninhabited wilderness conduct
their billing nnd cooing under full lire
of )our blushing countenance? The lov
ers, of course. Who think It "looks so
pointed" It )ou go and do their best to
make )ou wish you had never been
bom If )ou Btay? The lovers Who asks
)ou to chaperon them "You would
make such a delightful one," they hint
and then expect )ou to creep Into a nut-
uhnll a In tnr, ilni.ll tn thA erln,n,aa. nf
shell, a la the devil in the grimmest of
Grimm tales or that lour too, too solid
flesh will melt from view In some other
convenient manner? The loverB again.
With some flimsy excuse you break
away from them anil flee, followed by
their approving smiles. Verily, there
Is no rest for the wicked. Ilefore ou
can tlraw a relieved breath ou hear
their footsteps, hnd like Adam in the
garden, )ou are afraid and hide your
self Hut the fatal bond of attraction
draws them to )ou as the tides to the
moon, and you might take the wings of
the morning and flee to the uttermost
paits of the earth with the certainty
of having Colin nnd Phebe there two
minutes later, utterly disgusted at find
ing their ) our ever) bod) s privac) In
terrupted. We nre told by some Ill-tempered phi
losopher that we iijolce at a wedding
for the same reason that we ween at a
funeral because we are not the perhon
concerned Ho was wrong, though The
tears of Joy are for our deliverance, of
which the rice and the white ribbon nre
s)mhollc, and the departure of Colin
and Phebe for a temporary lodge In
some vast wilderness, which leaves us
fiee to resume our dally walk and con
versation till the next pair of lovers
comes along to upset It nil again.
MWHOTIC FICTIOVS DY.
Novelists will be an) thing but pleased
at the c .mi leal remarks of Mr Faux,
who. as one paper puts It, is "the man
at the helm nt Smith's" llbrir). Mr.
Faux. sa)s the Pall Mall Budget, who
has had forty ears at circulating
novels and therefore ought to know,
nuts down the life of an ordinary novel
it nine months. Some, he admits, live a
little longer, and "Mlddlemarch." for
exnmplc, travtlled about eighteen
minths
Mr Faux takes n serrnel) Olympian
view of "booms" The present neurotic
tlctlon is mnlnly written by women and
reid h) women Hut it will have Its
day and then, as many another variety
before It, will collapse and be heard of
no more How many reputations will
to down In live )ears! We lose our
heads and rush about to afternoon teis,
leclarlng So-and-so the greatest genius
if tre da), and all the time he for she)
Is merely awaiting despatch by the
quick and cruel hand of time.
And the day may come when, like the
poor novelist of whom Mr Faux tells,
he will take to postcards and other
tricks In order to secure another render
for himself than himself.
Atlvlre In Tlmr.
(From Ju4gt )
Fred Heavens, man I Why on earth
did you say that Miss Jones's voice
jhould be cultivated abrohd? She posi
tively has no voice, and you ought to
know It, living In the same flats with
her.
Utrtj-That's why I advuwd that her
, volet b culUratM abroad. j.
ISLAND'S 3 WIDOWS,
Each Claimed the Dead Coney
Inland Manager's Body.
Swipes tho Newsboy Prevented a
Fist Fight Over the Corpse
III Hrbther nnil Sister Klnnlly Se
cured It unci Burled It.
CONEY ISLAND, N. Y.. April 26
Thc latest sensational gossip among the
people of reformed Coney Island, Is the
death of Hilly Island, a theatrical and
circus manager, who died here Sunday
night of pneumonia.
Hlrj body has been the bone of conten
tion between three women, each of whom
claimed to be his widow, while gossip
says that lie had four others of the same
mind within ten miles of here who have
not )et hown up
Besides the alleged wives, there have
been here the dead man's father, a
wealthy manufacturer near Merlden,
Conn ; his brother, Charles Island,
about to become a priest, nnd a sister,
nil to claim the body nnd take It home
for burial
The latter three arrived Tuesday, but
when HIU)'s father came In contact
with the contending nlleked wives, he
Immediately left for home In disgust.
Charles Island and his sister, however,
remained, and )esterday a quiet funeral
was hold over the remains at the Sey
mour Club Hotel, of which the deceased
was part owner
The body was placed In the cemeter)
at Oravesend, whete It will temaln until
this Fall. Then the scandalized relatives
will ahve the body quietly removed to
Merlden and Interred there In the fam
ily vault.
Island attended the Slddons-Lober set
to In New York a week ago. He ciught
cold, and pneumonia resulted Dr. Hill
attended him during his four days' Ill
ness Nellie, a concert-hall singer, whose
other name Is unknown here, lived with
I'land nnd claimed to be his wife. She
an.l Swipes, the newsboy, were the only
ones presnt during the last hours of
the dying man
Monday night "Flossie Smith," who is
said to be a very respectable woman, of
Brooklyn, came here and claimed to be
Island's widow.
A quarrel ensued between "Flossie
Smith" nnd "Nellie." which resulted In
the tempora. y defeat of the former.
The following morning a young womin
with auburn hair, twenty years old. who
said she married Island In Newark. N.
i: Ceb 8 1891' n'11 hat she lived In
Flatbush, arrived on the scene. She
and "Hossle" held a council of war,
which resulted In a march to the Sev
mour Club Hotel, where Island's body
la)
. There they met Nellie, the concert
hall sinner. Swipes, the Newsboy, was
on guard at he door to see that there
was no disturbance. The moment Nel
llo saw the new claimant a wordy war
ensude. which was loud and vltuperous.
Only the Intervention of Swipes, the
Newsboy, prevented a fist fight. He
boldly hustled the three women Into the
street and locked the corpse securely In.
THE WIFE'S .MISTAKE.
How Prejer Wns Tnkrn for n Child
nnd Petted According).
John 'William Preyer, the famous
painter of still life, was a remarkably
small specimen of the genus homo, dif
fering, however, from ordinary dwarfs
In the symmetry and exact proportion of
all the parts of his diminutive
frame, says an exchange. AVhen
between twenty and thirty years
of age his fresh, ruddv and beardless
face, and the shrill and boyish tone of
his voice, caused people to take him for
a child of about eight at the most. This
Illusion was still further heightened by
his dress a short black velvet Jacket
with a large turn-down collar, over
which his smoothly ported hair hung In
thick clusters when about this age
Preyer paid a visit to Munich In order
to Inspect the art treasures In that city,
nnd also to visit his old patron, "Mas
ter" Cornelius, a former President of
the Dusseldorf Academy. When Preyer
called at the house of the latter he had
gone out, nnd the servant who had
answered the door ran In to tell her
mistress that a little boy was waiting
outside to see the master. The lady
went to speak to the visitor.
"What fs It ou want, my child?" she
asked the painter, who, at the approach
of the lady, took oft his velvet cap and
made a deep bow, saying In a shrill
voice:
"I wish to speak to Mr. Cornelius."
"He Is not at home at present; but If
you will step Inside you can wait for
him; he will not be long."
So saying, she took the little fellow
Into the parlor and offered him a stool
to sit on. In a short time the fair
hostess became quite charmed with her
youthful visitor, and at last she lifted
him on her lap and listened with Intense
delight to the Innocent prattle of the
clever "child " Suddenly the door
opened and Cornelius himself appeared.
Taking In the situation at a glance, he
cried:
"Ah! Good morning, Mr. Preyer.
How on earth did )Ou get here?"
"Mr Preyer!" and with a shriek Mrs
Cornelius Jumped up, tumbled Preyer on
tho floor and fled Into the next room,
while Cornelius and Pre)er, after the
latter had picked himself up again,
laughed till the tears streamed down
their cheeks The former had some dif
ficulty In getting his wife to come back
again At last she mustered sufficient
courage to allow herself to be formally
Introduced to the strange visitor, who
was retained as a guest to dinner, over
which the amiable hostess presently re
gained her former self-possession.
A Lesrnl Qnestlon.
(From Puck )
Kitty She says they're engaged, and
he si) s they are not. Now what do you
think of that?
Tom-I think It will take a Jury to decide.
1 ffl Lydte
Ar & E.
V" &rh Parakham's
rwRs vegeiaDJe
SSsBSw5 CURES
Irregularity,
Suppressed or Painful Menstruations,
Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion,
Bloating, Flooding, Nervous Prostration,
Headache, General Debl'.lty, Kidney
Complaints In either sex. Every time
tt will relieve
Backache, Falntnoss,
Extreme lassitude, "don't care" and
"want to be left alone" feeling, excit
ability. Irritability, nervousness, sleep
lessness, flatulency, melancholy, or the
"blues." These are sure Indications of
Female Weakness, some dersngement
of the Uterus, or
Womb Troubles.
Every woman, married or single,
should own and read "Woman's Beauty,
Peril. Duty," an Illustrated book of SO
pages, containing Important Information
that every woman should know about
herself. We send It free to any reader
of this paper, ,
All druirivta sell ihe P nktaam medicine. Ad
dress In conoarnt Lypia E. PimkhamIIkd,
Co., Lthk, Mas.
LydU B. Ptakham's liver Pills 29 ants.
NO DHL FOR MISS OEMPSEY.
But Her Lawyer May Sooaro
Her Eoloaso To-Day.
Warden Fox Bays She Seems Con
tented In Jail.
Miss Lavlnla It, Dempsey, who Is In
Ludlow Street Jail pending the deposit
of S2.00 ball bonds, had not succeeded
In obtaining tho necessary documents
up to noon to-day. She was nrrested
Tuesday In the suit of Miss Emma L.
Everson, typewriter In the office of
Miss Lavlnla's brothers, Guy C. and
John Alrcl Dempsey, lawyers, with
offices In the Stewart Building. Miss
Everson wants J10,000 damages for false
Imprisonment and malicious persecu
tion. Miss Dempsey refuses lo accept the
aid ot her brothers. She sa)a they are
In league with MIsn Everson against her.
Miss Dempsey would see no reporters
this morning, but Warden Fox sa)s she
teems to be perfectly contented with her
present lot, and Is showing no particular
r.nxlety to secure her rtleaie.
"We nre taking good care of her," said
the Warden, 'ana she Is Just as com
fortable as If .ihe was In her own home.
"Of toursc, she had to be locked up In
her cell. Just like the other prisoners,
during the ntght, but she didn't seem to
mind that at all.
"This morning her lawyer, Allen Mc
Dermott, from Jersey City, camo over
to see her, and they had a long talk to
gether He Is with her now, and from
what Miss Dempsey told me early this
morning she expects to be released to
day." The ball fixed by Judge Bookstaver
was $2,000, and Miss Lavlnla, who has
plenty of money and considerable prop
erty over in New Jcrse), Is determined
to accept no aid In getting out of her
present predicament, especially from
her brothers, as long as she Is able to
furnish the ball herself.
Last night her brothers visited her nt
the Jail and offered to go on her bon 1,
It Is said, on condition that she would
sign a release to a certain mortgage
for $50,000, but she Indignantly refused
to have anything to do wltn them.
At the law olrlce of the Dempsey
brothers. In the Stewart Building, this
morning, It was said by the clerk In
charge that they had given orders to
admit no reporters, and to say that
they would have nothing more to do
with their sister's case She had re
fused to accept their assistance, and as
she had retained a law)cr. she could
probably take care of herself.
Miss Everson, the pretty typewrltei
and stenographer, was on hand, and
seemed In control of things in the oute:
office. She evidently has no fear that
the Messrs. Dempsey will dismiss her
from their emoloy, even if their sister
does demand It.
She Is, In fact, being hacked up by
them In her suit against Miss Dempsey
to this extent, that they became her
sureties on the undertaking for J2M each
on which their slBter was arrested.
She refused to have anything to say
to reporters this morning In regard to
hei suit against Miss Dempsey, but It
was easy to see from her determined
air that she was going to fight It to the
bitter end Her lawyer Is Christopher
Fine, of 114 Nassau street.
m aw
You read the Rvenlng World I
Do yon read the Sunday World?
a aa.
DAYS WITHOUT FOOD Oil DIUMC.
Prince Conslnntlne Wlnsemsky
Tells of llnre Adventures.
Prince Constantlne Wlisemsky, the
celebrated Russian traveller, is In Paris
after his Journey of 43 000 kilometers, or
26.700 miles, around about Asia, writes
the Paris correspondent of an ex
change. The Prince who Is now
thirty-eight years old Intends to give a
fu.l account of his travels shortly, but a
brief narrative of his Far Eastern wan
derings has already appeared In print.
He left Moscow In July, 1891, and re
turned In December, 1893
The first part of the Journey was made
In a trorka through Siberia. Then the
Prince purchased a dozen horsed, and
accompanied by Zarembo, an Interpre
ter, a photographer, a cook and a few
Cossacks he entered Mongolia.
The party avoided the villages as much
as possible, being In dread of hostile en
counters They were, nevertheless, once
attacked by the Mongolian tribes, and
the Prince rcce.ved a bullet In one of
his legs.
After a peaceful exploration of South
ern China the travellers entered Tonkin
traversed Anam, and reached Slam,
whence they went to India. Prince Wla
semsky arlved In Calcutta In February,
1893 .and after three months' stay start
ed for Kashmir and crossed the Himal
ayas. In Thibet the Prince learned among
other secrets that of being able to do
without food or drink for a certain pe
riod of time. He flattens himself that he
is the only European who knows this
useful trick, which he learned from the
Buddhist bonres, and Intends to keep for
himself. All he will say on the matter
Is that such experiments cannot be tried
without engendering a great deal of fa
tigue The Russian traveller fared very badly
In TurkiMtan, where he was attacked
hV a hfinrt flf MNV.in Ivilil,... nrfon Dlnl.
by a band of caravan robbers, who stole
hla collection of curiosities, his baggage
and his provisions. For a tortnlghthe and
the two servants who remained with r.Im
had to subsist on small cakes made
with flour and water.
By a subterfuge one of the servants
watt able to elude the vigilance of Ihe
robbers and reached Kashgar, where he
Informed the Russian Consul of the
Prince's desperate situation. Forty Cos
sacks were accordingly sent to the res
cue nnd freed him.
The traveller next started for Pervli.
and at Teheran was warmly welcomed
by the Shah, who said to him: "I thought
that I was the greatest traveller In the
world, but you have beaten me."
Prince Wlasemsky by no means Interds
to rest on the laurels which he has
gained by his Asiatic explorations, and
announces his Intention of traversing
Africa from Egypt or Tripoli to the
Zambesi, ifter he has made a pilgrimage
to Mount Athos, or the Holy Mountain.
In European Turkey.
A Cat's Sinn I.aiignnife,
A young lady bookkeeper employed In
an office at South Manchester, Conn ,
has been In the habit for some time past
of giving the office cat a niece of meat
for Its lunch tvery day. Precaution Is
taken to lay a piece of paper under the
meat to avoid greasing the floor. The
other day at lunch hour, when there
was no meat, pursy begged for some In
her most Intelligent fashion, and, at last,
going to the waste basket, dragged forth
her regular paper table-cloth and laid
It properly for the meal.
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You rend the HVenlnc 'World I
Do jou rend the Sunday Worldt
m sa.
Sneak Thief Struts Ilouac-Plxlnitx.
The snsak.tblef ho has been verr qciIts of late
among- unoccupied houses In South Ilrooklyn, vla
Itixl the bulldlnca at 611 to tL Degraw street
last nlRht and slots all lbs door-knobs and eleo
trlcal futures.
as Sa
Eoyal Arcanum Officers Elocted,
The business of the sixteenth annual
convention ot the Grand Council of the
noyal Arcanum of tho State of New
York, which has been In session In
Brooklyn slnco Tuesday, was concluded
last night. The following officers were
elected: Grand Regent, Justin F. Price,
of Brooklyn; Grand Ylcc-Regent. J. S.
Warden, of Rome; Grand. Orator, Vin
cent L Cook, of Brooklyn; Grand Secre
tary, J. Y. Ulcknell, of Buffalo; Grand
Treasurer, George H. Collins, of Syra
cuse; Ornnd Chaplain, William H. Grif
fiths, of Brooklyn; Grand Guide, William
A. Bird, Jr., of Buffalo; Grand Warden.
William N. Howe, of Brooklyn; Grand
Sentry, Stephen Gellert, qf New York,
NrxT Pannsrlranta lull mad Three- Day Wsah
InttonTour Mays. J18.t0 corsrs all naceaunr
expense. Address Tourist 4 (ant, 11SO Droad
war. W. Y. v
r
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REFUSED TO FARAD!
-
Four Offlcora of tho Sixty-nlntli
Bo Tried by Court-Martial
They Would Not Attend Mass i
St. Patrick's Day.
Similar Cso Unknown In Nation
Guard History.
For the first time In tho history of tl
National Guard organization, the que
Hon of a militiaman's right to refuse
attend a religious service or to partk
pate In a parade Intended to observe
religious festival will be officially 1
quired Into to-morrow night.
It Is the first time the question
religion in any shape or form has bei
allowed to become a subject of deha
or strife, and National Guardsmen, n
only In this city but all over the SUl
are nnxlous'.y awaiting the outcome.
The Investigation will take place i
the armory of the Slxty-nlth BatUlbi
where four non-commissioned officii
will be court-martialed. The order ft
the court-martial was Issued late hv
night by Major Denis McCarthy, Pr
Ident of the Delinquency Board.
The i nllegad otendeis, all of whom u
attached to Company D, are QuartJi
master-Serpt. John. J, Johnson? Core
John Roach, Corpl. J. J. Dickinson si
Corpl. Udivard M. Maher. With the ti
ceptlon of Dickinson, all are Rorns
Catholics, to which church a malorlt
of the battalion belongs.
The men, who aro backed up t
nearly every memeber of their coc
pany, say they are being persecute
nnd that the persecution Ib really
continuation of the light between tl
Duffy-Moran factions, which led to tl
old Regiment being disbanded.
'the cnarge upon which they will hai
to face a court-martial to-morrow nlit
Is that they failed to turn out In parti
wlh the battalion on St. Patrick's Day
The alleged culprits take the sUt
that the parade In question was nothl:
more than a walk from the armoi
to St. Patrick's Cathedral, where le
vices were held, and then back agll
They say that In evry sense of tl
word It was purely a religious obser
ance, and that their failure to p
tlclpate In It was not a breach of mil
tary rules, but that on the control
the breach consists In charging thei
with the offense.
Sergeant Johnson Is one of the be
known men In the Battalion. He wi
attached to the old regiment for year
and his son Is also In the same compar
with him. Both were at the armoi
last night, and as soon as Major Mi
Carthy's order was made known, Sti
geant Johnson started for him.
He denounced the Mayor In the moi
vigorous manner, and said It was t
outrage to bring such a charge agalni
him. The charge Itself struck at tl
root ot religious liberty, which wi
guaranteed by the Federal Constltutioi
"All I have to say," Mayor McCtrti
Is credited with having said, "is. If
get j,ou before me I will fine you lb
full penalty for refusing to turn onto
parade."
Johnson then made the claim that
any qvent the Mayor could not sit on tl
court-martial aa he was prejudiced,
long wrangle followed and the in
fathered around and Indorsed nil th
he sergeant said. The latter feels n
tlcularly sore, as he has never befo
been charged with any offence.
Gen. I.ouls Fitzgerald declined t
morning to express any opinion as to I
merits of the case
"It Is not that I am not able to (
you, offhand, a legal opinion," he si
"but I am considering the propriety
the case. This Is the first time sucl
question has been raised, and It Is 1
of Interest to Nntlonal Guardsmen.
"It murt come before me offlcla
and I will have to piss upon It. For t
reason I do not care to discuss int m
In anv event I do not think it right
anticipate the result of the court-m
Hal"
So far as Dickinson is concerned,
general opinion seems to be that he 1
a clear case, ns not being a Catholic
had no right to be ordered to parade
all to a Catholic church That r
holds goo! In the Regular Army as w
as the National Guard
In case the court finds against I
men to-morrow night, the latter will
once bring It before the Supreme Coi
on the ground that religious liberty
attacked.
Johnson has already seen Major Duf
the senior officer of the Battadlon, I
that officer gave little comfort beyo
aalng that the court martial shot
proceed, and Major Duffy hides hli 0'
views on the rltuatlon
Ills Wife's Coinpnnlon Wouldn't
NEWARK, N J . April S Luther T
Vllet has begun a suit for absolute divorce snli
hla wife Josephine The tcattmony will be tsi
before Chanrellor Mrcilll In Jeraer Cltr 1
days The couple were married In IMS Is I
complaint Mr. an Vllet alleges thit on Or!
maa, 1887, he found his wife entertaining J
son Van Caropen, and ordered blm out l
Campen refused to go
m aa
IT WAS ON PAPER ONLY.
A Receiver for the Fifth Avenue Ktlhi
Company, a $2,000,000 Concern.
Ijoula llnnnemr,r.n has been appointed
ceivcr for thj Mfth Avenue Railway Compai
otNo. 10(1 Ilroadwaj, on tho arplicUoB
George II. Davidaon, a Judgment creditor,
$2.(120, unsatisfied. The company u
gnnlred with a capital stock of 82 OOCUX
oatcnslblv to billld a railroad on Fifth arou
but the concern was regarded as Ji
project ,
Thomas H. Mungravc, formerl a wall re
banker, l tho President, nnd Charlei It t
wai Treasurer. The tllrecton are said ton
been Jnmei A. Pcimbon, Jay Allen. EJ"1
V. IoeiT. KdwInP. Vtcolwani, Alircdentf
Hatch and Mors. Muagrave and Mead.
It Is stated that tho corapanv la hiaoirr
that the officers are unablo to protect ltt svw
and there la danger, unless a receiver
pointed forthwith, that its property will t1
through tho strlfo of contending creditors.
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