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NEW-YORK. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 188S.
PKICE TI1KI2ES CHNTSl
V0L-XLV?K?'14,0
DEADUKDERBLAZISG KUINS.
COLUTU OF A FACTOBV Of BBOOK..VS.
mmmmmmmmgSwi
-t work at 0:18 ?? m. yeaterday
Ado?enmenwc?at?" f ^ ^
^ Td Coumbia place. Brooklyn, wben tbewall
,t. and COIumuia , ill(nc and came thun
rp^TLe of tbe wh.fi. Th- talMbl WM Mled
:K? ?d ? *"> sunk with the floon or
?S ncrenming into tte adjoin.nu wmg* wdtotO tl.0
S.i? fa.torv u? MtMi The>tove-ctthcwood
i? the tfreck ?b!aze. When tbe temeo m roWM
40... a'arm rrachrd tbe ?c?,.e. the lire had iprood
Irom tbo we.t to the centre wing, and tbcn to tbe
initin hiuldingand tbe e*a? wing.
Vl.eu tbe buildii.g fell nearly -100 pmons. tnan>
of tbvm girla. were at work in the ?*?*? or more of
,boU toS cxteusive and irrrgulur h,,t connectcd
SS of buihlmgs tbat flltod newly tbe who e
bloek Tbe spread of tbe llamea was marvellously
rapi... and while in the centro wing a sbort but
fmltkM eflort was made to obeck tlieir progn ss by
thr?wiug band gienadc*. the ininates nearly all
M MiMgd for tlK'.r lives. The thico w.ugs abutti-d
on the rear of I nuniber of t< m ment hotiscs on At
jantic-ave. aud ( olnuibia place, and tbe only egiess
for tbe iniperilled workpoople Itl tbrough two
B-,rrow covcred c.trances iu Atianlic-avc. and ono
i? coluinbis place. Some lled down tdairwaya.
gttMH crawled down iire-o+capea and made tbeir
way tbrough Mnoke, lire and falling^rkks to the
narraw eutrauecs in Atlantic-ave. aud eacaned.
(Hhcrs llllfc ' tbo roof and ran along until tbey
reacbed tbe roofs of teucnient boises in Hickvst..
while some who were caoght in tbe mam bn.lding
in Statc-st, and could not gct out bv the Atlant c
ave. enii-aiu-e dropped from tbo lower wtadowi mto
fctate-*t. As tbe ilaines swept tbrough tbo old
itructure thcbnck walls crumbied and fell as if tbey
?were made of pasteboard. Tbe firemen found the
?utire builuing wrappcd in tlame*. Peoph- with
brokeulimbs -were lying under tbe fallcn walls.
Through the dense voluroca of smoke and wkltfl
?tt-am tbat rolled over tbe burning bnilding conld
be wen buinan bemga innning hbout on tbe rooi and
geaticulating ^vildly ior help. Mauy wcrc bulf iul
fo< ate<l when rescaed.
The building waa doomed wbtn the fircmcn
reacbed it.
The rear walls of tbe winga in falling had aluo
crnsbed in tbe backa of tbe tencments in Atlantit
ftve., niaiiuing some of the retidents and setting lire
to thetn all. Ambulancea rattled up and carried
?way the iujared. Tbe exertionuof tbe liremen
wtrc limitcd to saving tbe tenemeuts. t-oonahne
of pufttng engmea surrounded tbe block, tbe centre
of wbkh was like a huge fumace. For a while tbe
walls of the 5?tate-8t. building stood upright, but
after the building bad becn bnraing a sbort time
on explosion was beard and tbe wulls tottt-red.
Anotber explosion followtd and tbe walU fell iu
vitb a craah tbat aounded like the runibling of an
eartbquake, while all tbe tcneuicntaon tbe block
tn-iiiblod. Some of tbe bruks bad falltn into Stat.
it., where he\eral tiremen were ad.uhting a lluo of
boae. They started backupthe street. Justalter
the wall had fallen a man rusbed forward from tbe
crowd and poiuting to a manbole in tbe stntl tl.at
led down into a cellar, declaied tbat one of tbe lire?
men liud fallen into the cellar. Several of tne lire?
men went to tbe bole and neered in. Tbe lieat waa
iutense, and Ifcajf wei* called back by tbe lou/ii.tu,
but tbe order bad boen scarcelv tfiven when a ter
ritic exploeion wae followed by a shower of cobbJe
atones in tbeair aud two linnun dntappeured, while
a gxeat hole yawned in the. tAreeU Au aciumulatiou
ol gas in tbe c*lUr bad expb-ded aud blown oil tbe
top. The two liremen, Kuddy ai.d i'ay, wt re
quicklv dragged out of the debria and sent to tbe
Lospital.
Tbo lire was now at its hcigbt; tbe streets were
crowded with an eicitod poj.ulace,fr.ends, nJattTM
and toujpaniiiiib of tbose who worked in tbe latal
Jactory, anxiously beeking tidiiiK? of tbem. Uie
police lire lines were otten diMeganled, aml oeveral
inrstf were made for bnaktag tbrougb tbein. In
t.'.e crowds neie ine CouimiMiouer I'oillou,
]>ep'.ity (.'oiniiiiBisitiner Uoon, 1'olice luapoctorMc
Keliaraud liie M.;i>!ial Iboili. 1 b<- tboi L> c.l tliv
lireiueu U> provent tbe llames liom ipreading
tiirouyli Um t< iiemeiits in Allantic-uve. wen
i.and ?r.nluall> t*j? ?onttagrutiou waabrougbt
nuder toi.trnl. At Bitddaj Um Banwa bad dMtl mit
in tbe centre of tbe minwl striiciuie; but llie
eupei-heatett bnekaatiU laroed tbe v.atei from tbe
bose mto tlouds ol steain. 1 be riun- pie. 1 uted the
?aoifcle of a tangUid beap of caarrod baani
pipes bent aud twisted into lantaHtie ebapea aud
?iii(.k:iiK l.rieka. lium tbi* n:nl?lle ot tbe M.ite >t.
building tbe lall ebimuey, all tbat lemauied Htand
iog, ro?e irom wbere Um augma-room bad beon. A1
1 p. iu. iha diggiag in Um raina for tbe TicUma oi
tbe disaster wbu^e uumlor bi not koown, becan.
l-'ifty iiieu were put at *oik. earefnil* pickingorer
tbe debriM 111 tbe re:ir of .Nn. ,".U Atlautu-ave., wbleb
Was direetiy back of tbe wall. tb< collapae <>t which
biougiit down tbe weat wing In aahort time tbe
p.cks of tbe workmen exbumed tbe bodi ol a man
a f( \v ltHSl belovv tbe suifacc of tbedebris. Tbe
body waa cbair.d beyond all recognition. From
tbe ruiDH of tbe wing itself two more bodiea \m re
recovered. Tbey arwe all laki-n to Um Ibird fcub
treciuct, where tl.ey lay wraoped iaquilta. Tbe
elotlnug and somiuboi tbe ile-n bad Ix-n bnrned
?rl tbat tbey were bevond reeojfuition. Beveo pei
aon? wbo sulleied InJorM* were taken to tbe boa
pital. and as niauy nioie w< nt t> tbeii boiiies. At
midniyiit one wouao aml louiteen incn aud boys
?en lei'ortcd a-< nii'-.tiux.
THE MKSSING AND WOUNDED.
The followmg la a liat of the perauu* roj* rt#-i
?msuig and whu are feared to ii.ivc penshcd m tL<
era>h 01 the tire:
liutLi.NO. Co?i.Ai>, MM tweoty-four ; IIvcb iu I'rospect
i., U.IU IdMMl ? 11 T.
Bl'ii.F.R. Ki>waki>. axt- iwniitv-two; Hvea at N'?. 51 At
.anlic-avc. Ile WM il/iit w.ililiiiiiiu, iiinl \va< atoep
Iu* at the tlnie of the dlaasu-r. II.' waa wen t?> fall
fi.nii jbe vtadow to the debrla bcaaatb il.s l>r?ther
l>;ivid, wlu.' I* aJeo vattfeOUMi aoil tlvea at the oauie
1'ltM.e. iell Wttb Uie Door, but khb dnuctftd oi't m?Ii iy.
I)l uvr, llKNkV, we litty-sii ; live* al Nn. .:1 .Ma.'.on-ut.,
.Nrw V'<ik. Ua \\u* a matal ?piiiuer, aml ?urk- <> <??:
lii? neubew WtlHaa, ?b'> aceupied part <>f iht-- aecond
tloorur llka wrecked balUUsg. He wm* luimarrted,
au.t llw-4 wilh t,i? hiiN'i-Iu-Uw, Mr?. Mary l)ur?l.
Zkm.v, MtMih, iiven at Ha. 139 Bcrgeii-al-, wnk.il i?
Mllo liiin > buttou maiiuf:^ Iotj on tbe lop floor.
Flistoh, Ko.sk. livrn Iu \\ arn.-i:-sL, ntur Iloyl-st.,
worknl on the llnnl Uuor.
Kcki:, I- iikiikki' K. a.*i: iweuty-onp, uniuarried ; llvc* at
.Nu ;<bTronliuau-?U; Waa cuiuloyeU by Heorj l>uisl,
Uictal ?|iiii?it.
Um isnt, HtMtv, aa* forty.flvr, Uvra at Xo. 105 Gra
baiu-ave.; waa foreuian of t!ie Ua *t:oi> on the ae
i-Miui aiory. Uakaaa wtfe aaltorea enlldKO. llis
aifc belig tinable to viait tfee acciie of Ibo acclrtent
arnt a frleud u> ti.ii'iirr for liiin. A mau wbo workod
In tu? aMM ?h"l> Iij! on tln- llnor l.rlow satd tbat he
lwiotu iookiog tor iiaflu' r Imtoei laicly atler tbe tuui
uliag la o/ UU walla butcoulil uot liuil biui.
* liMlTtT, Kuwahk. a^e forty-two. Ile wa? einploytd by
Willlaiu Lhirai. Mttl sjnmiM.oii tue lecottu floor.
I?... i. Wili iam, uge furty ihrce, alugte, livea at Coluin
bta ileiffbu.
IxuMr.m. L'aki l J., ?Ke aixty. II?< wa? tho ensriuoer
i liv.-?l in Uin l,!iil.Jiii? witlt hl? ?if* aii.l l.ciuily,
*ho ??re, bow?-Ter,a?ay wboii Lbed|iuii>trt <>< < uui-.l.
Ili? U believ.-d u> b? one of Uie l> dl< * n-covcred.
Ll.v. (.tMAV, a?e tw.aly. ||v<-a at No.'JM.'> i'..
1L C'io*ii)?. <>i ibo aiitae aMreaa, lDqulre<t fur iiiiu
aiiil aald tbat bt> weut aa luuul to li.? wuit tbat
> mH
Ui i:atj: JOH5. ajre Mxte^D, Htm In Ilaltio-nt. IJ(. w?u
..,^a?;?-?l witli Jlenry L.Judd fcCo., wladoa nbaJe
manufactxry, OD tb? top floor. |1? wa? la.-t
f .a utruKKlintf tliroiiicb tbe atuokaaudi!
.;> truiii the wnidow. It U Iwlluved tbat ou? of
i bea loiiuu wan Uin.
tU\ ... kpaun, agc twentT-f?fx. llve^at Ifa :t7J Hleka
i^ tiiij.luyrd !>y Heiiry Dur^b, iiit-tal iptnoer;
bai a wKu aud boy Itifaut.
Mii.i i.w. Btune, a<<- t?enty two; llros at No 979 Ber
bbe aud Krauk MJUer w< l In m?v
ii'K tu a liDiim* < ontitfBoti* t<> i)f i.k tuv. aud aa tUey
Lid not jteit booic late laat iiigbt. Hicir Masdafoar
t.ey are loat.
Mn.i :.k. Kiia.nk. aca tblrtjr; Hvea ot Ko. 998 Bor?cu-?t.
pir/. J'>;i.s, a<ft- trttrnty^ix, bouie uukuown.
r*'f> hn Joi'.N, Inune Uiiaown. Au old w<unan !nqulre<l
Ut Ijiiujit fbe ih>Uc? ctation, bat waa uuaole to ?lvc
any yWKflara, aava tbat tbe uiiaala^ mau waa a
nepbew of ben aud worked on tbe tbli?! tloor.
Tbe lm of tkoae wouuded in tbe disaater u aa
loilowa:
CaJti extm, Jamk*. a*e forty-eight. llveaat 214 Orabam
tt.; eai]ilovad lu tbe fallen bulldlu?(
Poi (.HKKiY. 1'ATBK k. of Uook aud Ladder Oompauy
Ko. 3: U ur.mamed. liTea at No. 866 Jay-4t,i aoalp
vounda aad lamiy brulsea. Ha ?m taken U> tbe
if>?l<aal
liirT. Samikl. of Englnc No, :t; several brulsce on tue
l.o.iv, no! aerlooa. He waa takeji boine.
FAT. Jami S of KBflM No. 5 : livei at No. 904 Conenrd
ot.; la iohitIwI ; rotirii?aioii of tJtfl bralo, fractnre ?I
the letr, aud li.tei-nal injurie*. IIo WM reiuowd to
tbe hoapital. ,
H\\*. Bmma. Ihrea nt No. 53 AtlaotlMrtfA-j cutson tbo
heaaaMbody; takea to tha hoaplU).
Haao. Hknrimta, n widow: livea at No. :.:? Atlantle
BTf.; acalp wonnd. woiind on the ri?ht cy< ? a-<i
maof brntaea; takea to the hoapltaL
Hotxbs, I'atiih K.of Engln*Kfc9,eg?tbrrtT.*lght; fivea
iu Peaa at 1 ?ealp wonnd, eanaed i>y e*p*ea?i?i M
waa taken hoiue in an ainhiilanee.
M< Cu:ii!V,.Iami>, of Bnglne N". 2; Hvea at Hicks mid
Coagreea ita.1 uonmlaon thahead; arentbome.
MOOI i. MABT ; lioiuc iiiiknowu; lnjurlee to the knee;
I'l'IllOVI'd tO U.< h'iBpitMl. _ ?.,. , ..
Booab, M. K.. oi Bnglne Ko. l: me* al No. _i;i.I:i\-< .;
!?> inarried : COBtuetd leg "Jli aoftlp wound ; takeu to
tiie boapltai ,. . .
BtTDDT,Cbaixu l).. of EnjrlM No. 5; i*atngki 'y'"*-'?<
No. 1?; Hii 'ko-eti coniuBii'ii of the rlght tblgu. iie
waa removeW to tlio hoapttaL ,
Stoi.k, BSBBABU.of EBgt&eKo. 4; aeveral acalp wonnda
caueed by falllng brleka. Baweflthoraa.
Watis, mauv. ace elgbtaea. of (Jatoa nin. Kew-Jereey,
left lei; hadly \n.jurod. 8he worked for Mllo Iliue
Pbe Was takeu boine.
?
SEEKLNG FOK HJ801NG FEIEXDS.
noi'iis CBABBSD iii:yom> i:m <k.\i ios?siokieb
OF WOMKN \VII(? MCAPKD,
TkeaetM at tli? Poliee itation, wkew tho
thr.'i dend Imdli * wbleh were remnved from the rulna
were eonvcy.d. waa a plllful one. A bai 'l11'1'
?M tbrown ovcr the bodlcs, atd niany Beopta
eame to we lf they eould not IBMgatM
theundlstlngulabauleblack maaa. AU fallfd, however,
audnllatatementa were aimply gueaawork. Of 0110 of
tbe bodlea tbe lega were liurned to tho kneea
and tbo iwo nnns to the elhowa. The
oiinr bodiea were merely n ina-a of blnek cindera.
The bodies ;ire all ttMM of inen. When tha fiuluT of tbe
?laatag bay Jolm McOtatt went H the pattM ?*?*** ha
f.iint.d twtee, .'ind when be waa ahle gnye vent to tho
a.ost pltlful raoana. " Ob, IBrfBBBl :" he crled, " do tell
uie my BSSf boy, my only aupport, lan't dead! Ob, hrlng
hiiu bac-k to uie !" The niau ?a? gettlng dcllrloua and
hadtobc: reiuoved. Hia aon ha* pcri-UM beyond a
doubu Crowda of wouicu and Rlrla
cauie durlng- tho day looklng for loat
rc-latlvca, and niany went away lncoiu-olablr.
Attbr l.onc Nlnnd Collego Hospltnl tbe liijured IIr
nun aud IlenrU tta Haaa aud her diniKhter were troat.d.
Mra. Haaa'a Injurlea are aueb tbat, tuken wlthherold
ape, make her recovery doubtfitl. Tbe moat Frriounly 111
Ji.rcd of the tlrenicn ls Jainci Kny, wbo la nMt| from
coneuaalon of the braln and a broken \eg. " W. mn
atandlng ln tbe centre of Ptnte-at.." aald Cbarlea Kuddy.
of KngtneNo. 5, 'and playing on tbe walla wbkhjuat
!h<n tuuibled down. Krom tbe factory arroaa
uiulerncath State-at. tbere rau a cellar wbere thcro waa
Kome klnd of an (dd cnglne. There waa an exploMou
aft( r the walla had crashed down sweeplng the a;r- et up
aud precipttatinRUS down. A rlver of burulng naiihtba
aud oll waa running utiderneatb, but we fell between the
exploded bollerand tbe debrla wbero we were wcdgcdlu
ajrttl nllcf eame."
Tbere ate tuore than a dorrn pcraona, mostly women,
in the tenemcut bouae, No. 60 raciflc-at.. uearly all of
wbom worked ln tbe button fuetory <>n the top fl(Mir.
Tln y na<i tbrlinng atoriea to tell of narrow eaca|>ea.
larzlo owera, for exaniple. worked ln the kalaoinine
woik?onthc fourth floor. "WkM I lieard the ( ry of
Uie," llMMli, "I wasnot fiiphteiitd. but -imply wmt
to riiit M my abawl, for 1 bayr asMpM oiit M
flre? before by bclng cool : but tbrn tlie roof raine
thunderlng down nntlwaa aet on tlre by theatove and t!ie
kalfoinliiMuirned llke anytblng. There waa barely a
paeeagebetweeo tke wall and tho wimiow forme to
rea<b the Jlre-e-eniH'. I m>t aaf.ly out and MMMI
fioin the eteaai at..ry eaina runiilng np th?'
eaenpe and reacued otber Klria a few wmdowa
from ire. He iaaewted the ladder, re-entered ti>
Moosd itanr, wklek aa \ethnd not taken Ire, bai whieb
w.ia crua' .-d aa ooon after by all the falllnit walla."
JoM-pblue Hatebel, of tbe aaiue addrraa, and Mnry
\\ar<i wfie aagMBl on the flfth floor Iu the
m:iki:ii: of Btcrl pina. "The flre coinlin mrd lu?t
ou our floor," KUd fhc, " und wIkh I beaid
theahout of llre before I aaw aiiythinir, Ir.mfortbc
door, but Mr. Hlneeaiue and aald not to be paalckr, and
loektnl the door ; be oixued It aoon, but we inade tor the
MCape und k'?t uway wilh the li?a? of our elotlna.
Maniie (onion and Llzzle Hetdt were ln the
itiiwiI too, and itot away all rlahU
Roaj l'artrid?re. wbo llvea at No. 410 Wurreifat.. waa
wilh ua. and we all thoiiabt ahx waa loat. / luat aaw h. r
before tbe root tell, aud dldu't a?>e ber after. ?<? all
thoucht ehe waa kllled. but wheii we went to tbe police
itation to loqulre, tbere ?iie waa iiniulrin*: foi aa.
Manili ? onlr.n and UzslC Beotl bad had llke natrowea
cuoea. Jaue Colton JUinped from a ? iudow IU Ibe burn
Inr lartory to an extenslon of tbe rear of tn* boua?a in
Atlai Ue a\e. amtd i ihowerof Bylng iparka ?nd a cloud
of moke. Froni the extenaion ane icrambled Into
a window out of i.il daaf*r, ^h" ???>
M.mrly ukSdad a.iftly wlu n the ?\
, ave wav. " I dhln't know whal I waa dotng." aka
Mtld, "before 'l luuipcl. for my Miawl waa on ln ; it
eaii'-'ht en a Ioiik iow of aplkea tliat wuo agaisal tli<
all and ?aa KWijit oll my b.o k. 1 liat aaveil inx."
Mllo Hino had a buttou manuiai tory M
|k? (OB I'o'T wherr he had Ovet I
mployed the nreat<r aaBberoi wboa were vobm n. n>
?.i> lo the reom al the Ume ?t Uie eataatrophe wb<
act.-d ai fortmaa tor hltueelf oret the einployea. " < o?"
by in> ilde," aaJd be. "th^ roof eame lombling
down and fraakad thronub tii" fio..r. K<?m?
body I )?< ii> \e akovtrd 'ii?r asd qnlckly
aa poaalble all haada rnaked for the laddar. iereral of
tbe aomea falnU d, lutt Hnalty all reacbi d tbe rool und
tln- llre I'-ii.p. , and 1 lpilir\u a!l B] l.a:il? gl
away."
M..rv Mooic, oue of Iline'a employea, aald : " I .ini
almoai ? iitain tbat the followlug girbi ?ho ?.irkc-d with
oaaraloat, for I aaw tken f.'iii n tbe roroa: Matnle
Belllv, Mko aiik MeUrath, ABoieHiggtacAggla Dowua
a i' Ratle HeKoowB."
Ilear] Rolaleaa Urea at Ko. !??; rimat., and iraaen
tu.'.-d .1- (? r. n.an i"i?Wil.i.iui Darat, "Ini uf ii.," in
aald, " worked togetber and tbara are only Ire of
rounted for. The foliowtau !?? mu?i Un\e perUbed
without anv donht: l'ifd l.irir, Adolpfa Mattea, JobB
MeUrath and Henry Dnrat, aa aaela of ihe proprtatM
of tbe *orka wl.u dM labortOg aboiit the abop."
A BAMBLING OLD MAX-TKAP.
WHO OOCOTtKO III WBKKKO bOILDJMO?B01 i
Movi.it mii i.i.i: MIH 11>.
Tho bnrncd building, Of KciieH of bofldlagl
eshaaiolMf feet aleag suw-st., and tbe Ihroawtoga
?aorbai aaeft is<> faol antll loef toaofeoi tbe ttw
in atlmtti n**ti Ooaaeeaai aith the bmu. aanMlagi umi
tbe wmgi were Ibree otbef ehraetiee ei eqaal 1
tieloniriiig lOtht MMM o'-wiei , 1ml <?! Iln.lted raparit; ,
?aklag iu all eevea lutMlagi aaoM taav
aml aMM flvo htortes blgh uinli-r
in ... Tbey bave from f ln Ir wMtag naturr long bn-n a
laudinark iu goatb Jliookl) n. betag aMeajg- tbe Itat
structurftsereetcd In tbat pait of tbe city. I'or Mt]
years tbe biilldiiiirs w?ii> BOai as a glass factory, aml
tbey at* stiii ?pofeaa <if ea lhaMOM Glaaa Boaea." it
wa*owned by the esTate of Nallian < u-hin., <if l!..-tu:,.
Tbe agrnt for Uji- |n>|i'i ty leOaatJge I. M> ntl. <if No.
ilj'.l BlXtb??vi.? Ilrooklyi.. ITIselMoe i- iil No. .">?'> All.mli.
avc., l>y tbe. hlde of one of tlie rovered entranees to tbu
balldlag, Mr. Abbattataod witblathalra Haoa feeter
day aml saw tho walls cruuibllliK In tbe flaiiics. Wben
foi'.;.l by a reporter BOWaj eurt aml li.di-posod i-.
'niotinatiou as to tbe tcnauts of tbe biithliiiir.
He etaaei, hewerer, tbat tbe buamaoi aa tbe boraei
building* was only abaoJ *7u.<*,<>. By Ble arOetl work
incn eijiploj e>l by JS. C Miller, u hoiisi; inover of .No. 71)7
IN |pn--t., wera at work putllUR In an Iroii glrder In the
pl.ie<- of a woo.len be;iin in the west wliifr.
?? a/ai Miilat preseut wbea the waii feii!" tbe rrpettae
aaked Mr. Ahliott.
'? I iee/t know," was tho. reply.
?? DM be have ahajffi of tbe Viork i*
" Ile aml the carpenter, l'eter Wal-on."
Belng axked how luatiy men ihtio were In building Xo.
5 at tbe tlnie lt fell, be saU : " I duu't know ; al.out
forty. I gness."
1 roui other penBBM lt was lf.irnod that tbo t.ip ?eef of
tu? west wing vran orcupleil by Wilb uu Dajtet, metal
spiun r, tlie tblrd floor by 11. K. A F. H. Tburber aa a
soap factory, tbe second floor by Henjamln Moore A Cn.,
eaMtoe fiul-hers, aud tho tlrsl floor
by V. \V. IMthr & Co.. tlnware
manufacturers. Tbe farnaces u**)d by tlie workmen of
tl.e latter llrin eaus'd tho rupid and gcneral ?|>r. ad of
tbe flre In the bagtaalag. The lower fluor of tbo ndddle
wing was ov< upiivl bf Oaarpi A. Yaaajg ataiuachtne
ahop. and Mllo Hlnes, bntton imtiiufaetui nr ; tbe second
floor by Boaj ;: 1 A Mdl, gotd ratoartl and the rest of
tbe bulhilnr.- by II. U Judil, iiianiifa. tnrer of hardwiire.
In tbe ea*t winc (ieoig' Wbitl Ifcet <> -cnj'tcl the flrst
floor as a niaebine sbop, and Judd A- < '<>. bad tbe
restof tbe building. Tlie main gaJUlog M JUtoit was
oecupled on tbe tirtt floor toward (.'oluuibla ]>luce by
t'hurlcs Bunwitter, tuanufaeturer of wateh < ases. J. \V.
OetOW, toid i>eucll uianufaeturer, bad tbe second fluor,
and Judd & Co. tbe rest of tbat part of tbe hulldlnif. At
tbe e?st end of the Htate-st. btiddlng tho ('idiiinbta Kub
ber worksaadtbtiJlrst lloor, Haker A BMOflaa, HM hlnlsta
the second, and Boy A Co., watcb cases, tbe Mf tlooi ? bTO.
mubia-piace was oecupind by I*. II. MeOtnn as a
storchouse for oleonargarine and also by tho
Btlllwell Brewlng Company. Tho rear of tbelr MUfekJ
wm aflre and tbey were damaced by wat?r alae.
" Tbose old building* wore a regular man-trap," aajl |
man wbo llved at Xo. 63 Atlautle-ave. ', It was tbe
cotmuou teptc of conrersatlon araund bere." otln r pagk
ple Uvlng In the uelgbborhood sald tbat tbe old buildlnK
bad oaugbt on fire several tiinca, and predlctlons tbat lt
would be tbe soene of a blg caiastropue souc day were
nnraerou*. A reporter asked Deputy llulldliig Comnil*
sloncr Ackcr aud laafaabM I.ong lf tbere
was anytbing on raoori ? tbe de
parlnicnt In reiatlon to tho bulldmg.
Mr.LeageeM tbat be bad ptnda aa pxaminatiouof the
bollding two years ego at tbe reqneatofoneoftbewn.
ants He fouiul iii.it some of the gtrdershad setuea
Tho'tetiant complalned tbat tbo floor was SO uiieveii
that be could not gel ht? inaehin. rv plumb. I be drtlee
tion mriiinl to be from the top 10 the bottotp and the ln
Mr. Long sald tbat be bad not seen Um bnlMlngstnee.
l^iterln tl e day Mr. \ekerfdind aniong tbe in-ord* or
tbe denartment a reportof [nspector Umg, dated Mny
2H I8$4, Settlngfortb ibal the fmindatloii WSlUOfWO.
61 Atlantieave. were nnaafe and Uu1 Ibe ewne? bad
beenordered and bad made theoeeeesary remlre. Mr.
Acker added tbatnoperroll had beenmatedby tbe oe
partmentto awke tbe lepalre tbat MMhr had begu".
\ir. Abbotl toid Mr. Acker ibal be had ordered Mllu r to
remoTC some woode.tnasne and raaaaee tbeawna
brlck oncs.
The losson the building* owned by tbe Abbott estato
le platod at fl rrff.ftlrT 1 H w Inaiiiedlbr fUMHW.
IbaOMnaabta RnbberWerbe at BewM btaaiatileoi
94,000.
Tbe toM an the ateeb eonsumod in tho Abbott build?
ing* ls ncnrlvall eowred by insuranee. II. I* Judd
estlmati? bls IombI 930.1.,
Charle* Pohwetter losea $3,000.
.1. N. Qorww*i looa la abont |10,.
Itaker 0 Monroe 1.*:>.<><><?.
Roj J (,,.'? loesl* plared sl 910,000,
Willlam imrst Ioeeat4.00a ,
1 ?-..nr-storv nrbk baUdtng No. 47 Atlantieave., owned
by James Walker, of No. 169 PreaMent-et. Damage
?1,.i, m-iired in tbe (ontinint.il Insuranee Cnuipany,
Brooklya. Flrst, second, tbird snd fonrtfa floors otjmi
].ii d by Ernsi Baadman aaboardtag baoaai gaMsngofevO
to furnitnre by waU r. .
Fonr-storv l.rlek biilldltitr. No. I'l Atlsntlo-ere., owned
and fM-cnpii'd by I/.ul* Olebort, damage fB.uoo ; b
foi -:.,ihhi iii the Oermanta loanranee Company. Btorj
oeenpUd by Paullne Ueder.datnaae.02.0OO: uli
for *.i,''i'(i in tin- Oermanta Inanraaee Coaapwaj
loiii-story briek building. No. ">l At
lantic-avr owned by Clara l-ehmkuhl,
who oot" lod the store ns a uillllnrr. Damsire to Store,
buibi.tiK aud fiirniturr 93,000. Inewredln tbeOei nanto
[nenraneeOompany. LeeaofBeck Brothere, wh" >??
enp) tbe baaemrnt as an nmbrella maaufaetopy, 9300!
noteearanea. Fir-t Boor oeenn*ad >>v Abram Coben,
damage tofuriiltureif'.'t<Mi; Insured In tbe Contlr.eoUJ.
I.oss of Mr*. ilutier on the aatiio Boor 9SO0; no
Insiiranee; seeond floor, n<( upled by Jame* Itrueand
Johaana Connell; tosaeo fcioo and #7<H> reapeetlTelr;
no inenranee. rhtrd goor, Tueesefl iiradi.y, 9909 I I'rauk
Patene, 9100; ao Inaamnea,
Fonr-storv brlo, building. No 59 Atlautle-ave., owned
by Benrletta llaa*. who bad ?hoe atore on tho rtrst Boor
and llvodoathe seeomi floor; damace99,500; insored
for fi.iMtt) in tbeBome laaaraaeoCMapanyof Brooklyni
baeeanentoeennted by Patrtcb .vionmas hatter;daiiiave
?500 ; pe loanranee ; tblrUetb-floor ? ennted by Mr. Ma>
landn ; dmmaae f.'.oo. fuliy insiiied ; bark part ocenpled
by Mr. Braaaaa, damage 9900; no Inaaranee; lonrtb
floor ocrtipird by >tr. I.oi kw m d, damage .SKhi, Insured,
and by Mr. Bardenewerper, dasnage 9300,
no insnratico. Ilaa*'* building and store in
sured for if?.(NK) \u Homo Insurnnee eeeapany |
botldlng immrad for 96,000 ta Um ITreeaan'i tnanraaee
Company.
Baa 'i7. .".Jiand fil Atlantleave. ownrd 1>v Henry Mn
darbergj win. Hves al No. g*J AttaaUe ?\f.; bsnred iu tbe
liome inanraaee Ooapanj for
In No. n7 Atlalilli -ave , l'clcr J. tlunarch kc? |.? ?
gmeerj >i"ro on the rtr-t fliMir; damate ?10<?: insiiied
in ibe Kajral and fleisasabi Inentnnea Oaajpnntaa.
linrck A Mon, bntebera, oeenp) tbe store No. 59 tl
lsdtlcnve.; .! im ik-e $1IM); Insnred ln the I'llOBnlx snd
llaiiiburg Inaaranee Compaale*. I'hiiip Clrteb, who
barpe n reotanraat at Ha 81 Atlantb ave. nndaet
ond loor, lost 9A001 Boiasnranea.
No BS Atlantleave. wa? blied by Oaatav Orsen's
gentlaaen'sfnrnlsblBgatore; damage *:t,'?H?, InaatM
for if'.'.^'MI ln the Ijjfavctte Insuram c
No. 60 Atuatw-are., Joseph BanbaaTi atgnr *toro
damsged 9500: Insnred la Um Boyai aml CVimaaifaial
Coiiipsnic-, of new-Tork.
Tbe total wlll )>? ??.,:.?i.?00
lUK B009BMOTBB ABBBBTBBt
I>< tfetlvo Daly wrnt to H. <'. Mdhr'i jjense ln Bergan)
st. ln bbe aficrnoon and a?ki d for tho hotiso niover. who
wa* snypeaed ta bnwa been anpetlntoadlng tbr werb tbat
ruused the dlsaster. IIls pre^enco aml BrbMtoa ibrew
tbowtfaaaatdnagbteranf btlBar into byeterlaa Tbey
daehtraitbatMJUarbad gana ta Odsmj isiand in the
inornitii; and h ot Ikiii tln-re all day Mpertn
tondlng some rapalrs to th"> Ittlgbtou Beacb
Batblng PaTiltoa. Be nnnM n<>t N
responslMe for tbe dlsaetar. ln reply to tbe deti i
questlon* tbey s.ild tbat Mlllci-* two sotm, Aibetl aml
Frunk W., nUcbt ba\e l.een at tho fsctory ln Atlantlc
avo. At nlwlitrall kflller > < r >si u. .1 fnm. Cniiri
and at tbe aaaas tlaae Sh? awa Praak W. aaaae banMt Tbe
latter adsolttod Ibal be bad ebarge of t'"'
workmea wbo were sborlng np Um glrdan at
5 Atlaiitle-a\e., and h<- ?.i? tbrirtlpon al
and takeii to tbu t btolajUkajHalMt. in Cooaraaa-sl. A
r??mrHai*t was erter^aTWiTTnTrTltiti f- i II mr.l
Mennlnaer for ?? n inilual < m lei n e?? In itnpropetly but
tlng tbe glrder and poau In the aM ObMeBoaaeai. go,
.*i.'> AtlatHK uxe. eausInK tlie walls to [?i? afMTWard
?ettlng tbe bnlutlngi on fire. ranslng many deaths
bodles bs idy been fouod." Tbe rstlierol
? t llo itatlOD nt B p B and n-krd )? r
*ee hH son. wblcb w.?* refim d by tbe v rgoant ln
DTCIDEMTI OF TBE DI8ASTER
TAI.K'H WIIII ItY-MM>li:- \M> KWI <)K IlK'-K
B BjO I BCAP1 l>.
Willi.im DantfftlM iin-t.il Hjiiniior, wfao ?>< -
dM aecon I loac of t BiBg of th.
vraabad ba i ha baBetafl tbal foar
,,f hia ?aaplojrai were aaaoag tbo aabrla
iie h.ii n.nie e\eiy aflatl to und
aud had aent other inen H hunt for tliein at tln lr I
and u -iu! h iiiuta but the mi.-iiu tne-i bad not bai n *<?? n
at any of t!.. ?> UM tnue of the aeetdant.
Henry Dural, Iim utii'le, w.ia Mil <>f Iba mlaairii; m-n Mr.
lnifl ha<l aboiit ten n.'-n BJT, He had bSCB
out iate Moiiday algtt to a p.n |J . aud wlieu ba !? I
ii.ei aebad hia wBk m aBaw blai la ilaon for aa baai I >b i
IbaaaaaaL Hbelethla eleep loager.iwhicb wada bha
aboiit h.tlf aB hour latt). 11 e hurtlel toward bk ahop,
aud M ba tuined the nrnrr he >aw the baUdtag fall ln
in. De aald aflaa aaid ' i waa afeaaa tetfl a'aleak.
\\ ln ? I aaw tbe eloii I of duat
ri-e iuto Uie nir I lmrrbd to
aa. 'I he Iftf on.- I -.1. to t.iik to waa ' Toiumy .'
one of the bajra w ba wat kad for naa. I aakad hlai ? ban
the raai were, aad be a.ibi they weie prebabtj la bV
erll it. Vou aee, la laarlag ap tba waBa they ha.i
n-. aboal laat ba h. i, i ba i bi aa irafnbtag the "haft'^f,
|g a I lf It k'ot out of nrder. bul di tn ti-d notlilnif. Our
loftwae nbeal eareaty IBaf aaep bfj aaeai aaa aeaf
Ibe inlddle of the ro.iiu, aud thr olh.r Ibiae un.aiiiK n.<:i
badataedtaaBaeaear tha rrir alaeaare, Tba k
tiuiiey abaflwaaJaatabeveaadH mat have faiiau on
tliem. It woill.l ba B a.itiaf.ntloii for uie to know lf tb!a
aaa true, aa It wuuld haw aatad thein fioiu u wurae
iaath."
?? DM yoii arac bbCIm th it Um baaaa waa aaaafli i"
" No. it aaa tha laaaBeaa'arfca waa trylafle make
it atrmiKer by patttag iu more ootaaiaa M bea ba i?*ruu
the work l aatd t.i blui: ' Well, |t'a pr.-tt y near tlme j mi
ilid tbat ; the H.,01 in aBfflag' Bai then Mr. Ahbot VM
alwaya wateblug tbe bullding aad aeelnx what w.ia
wanted. Yea, the balldlaga were obl. I waa talhtag
wiih a in.m tln- i.tb.-r ia| wii" badbaaa rataafbtklrtj
yc.iraiiK'o. Tlny m.ij be llfty yeara old for all I knuw.
I waa Iu tliein two ye.ir-. la-t .l.oiuary."
Mr. Dui-t aald ttUM he had 93,000 woith of tnaehltierj
in tba balldlug, aad tbal be had bai n unuide to re-taeare
It when ibw ia-t po.ii'> rau out, &* the i-uuipaiilea waiild
not take the rlak.
baalel Kaae, wbo waa etnplorad m tfea ?agJaa?taoa*j
abaa aeaa by a raportar, exblblied an arm eul aad
bruued and a imae aeve:ely cut und bla hair
und eyebrowa alnged, a< toki tia of tln, nairaw
? ?? ipe tbal ba had ln loavtng tba buii.liuK. "When
l ne ,ru the i.n Ki-i," he aald, "and then ibaaafaaawol
the wotneii, I Lnew th.it lOKetblng w?a Wraag and
?tarted la laava tbe aagma-rooB, when i remaaibared
tbat it wouid ba larrlble lf tho aogiaaa were
bit *ointf at fall bead of iteaae. ba
I went baak, Tbere wen- thr. e eaglaaa and
I aud tba eaglui ar logaibef abui ofl tbe itaam und drew
tboflre* beforelewrlag tbe eaaioe-rooot. i d?n't know
wh.it l>ee mie of lilui, tult I nuna^ed 10 gd to ofcoftllc
eellaia over aa tln H'.itr-M. tkle and waa dragged out of
aiiiaiiliolelivailr.iii.it:. 'I h? brb ka aud bot ernbera
wen falllng all .ineind ua a' th. tlinr."
>?? Bebwetter, iiiaiiiifaetiii?r ..f ?old wutrh eaaea,
on the inird floor of tue reai axtenaton, runnlng ibrongb
to Bfalaafci had aeea tbafdra wbaa tba flamea reaebed
in ..aii partloa of tue bnlldlug. "Tbare wa? uodlfttcalty
expeneoeed," ii>- aald, " la Moarlag tba lafety of tba ouo
bnndredparaonetn niy eniploy. They aii Bladoutui
goodtlloe und wi re on tbe aldi w.ilk before tbat poilioti
of tba balldlagoaranled bj tbem bad eaaabt flra at alh
The atin.ke w..- d- uae and tbe st,nr? hokaty, but olliei
..re v.iih no ii.i onwnlenee. a- to the ttoek.
wbleh waaralnabla. I eaald aotaaveaayof ft, An at'
H u | 1 waa in.nle tO aeeure aome apoclalij valuaMe. ar
tn le?, partleularly a large iiurntiliuiK ,t, but
it Kot loo bot to be baadied and bad to be left to ita'fate.
I dfin't kliow, of eourae a' pintlona of the
ig, bai I thllik I can aar tbat llu rv aaa llttle llkell
h.i "t miv livea batag loat,"
Waller W. Mariua, a w.irl.inaii In one of th(% fartorl*a,
\\ i.o aa* a andlng in Hn k--at. at the tn..- tba llre ataitau<
aald: " I glalueii at llie npper w iiufnwa aad notloed I
putfof -juoke eaaUag freaa lt,aad (ahaw laaaaaUa<
u> ii ... ,,, ,i u lf tln- tiie ai d imoka wer, leaplng from
arat] toaraad anadow, I waacauyht ln tbat pbtra btal
Beptaniber, when part of tbe balldlng waa baraad. aa I
waa alecplng on the tblrd floor, I waaawakanad by
Nhotitain Ibe -ti.it aud gol down tbe ataira just la Ibaa
toaavean.. *>a aotklog in or aboul ll.e
pbaeato eback a flra bo huae or eitingulaber aud no
:i|?C."
in teliing in? i xperteuee, Wllllam (illdrralerTc. of No.
13d AUaouc-ave., abo w.i< aorklngta tba abop of 0. A.
Yonagit < u.. on tba groaad B?r. wbaa tho eraab oe
enrrad. >-ai l: " I .i.e ?.lug In tha ebopbatween 9 md
10 o'lioik thia UMiitiiiit; winn aeven orticbt bru ka fell
from tba oaHiag ui a pdnt u laa taat from vaaN I waa.
Tln n tue uu.bi r? laagaa to iprrad. Tbere w. i? v^nii me
Iu the ahop at the tnue a niaii nained Wtllhua Utudlord,
Caatianed oa luib r-??.
NEGOTIATING WITII RILSSIA.
HI!i P1TEB LUM8DEM CALLED HOME.
BKCAI.I. OF COIONK.r, STKWART?RKPoRTED RKSIG
BTATIOB OV 'iiii: r.ARi. <)K DUPPBBlaTi
LOMDOY, M.iy <>.?M. Lt-s.sar, the Kn-?'..::!
(diiinilaainner, lut. nda, in the abacuco of further ordtra,
to n tnni to Baaata lu ? fotiabjbt
Thr rVaf tln- BOralag n an editorlnl roneludea that
-ii? l-.ter l.uinsd.n, ladbag hia mlvieo diarecarde.l and
tba ifapated terrltory cadad t? Baaana, aaa raateaadk
Ihe 1'ost hahavea tbat Mr. Oladatnue ia ahrewd aaaagh
tbat ha WB1 gatn only a brlef reaplte by his Belf
..b.ia.-uieiil.
Thr Dnily Trhgraph'i Tlipul rorreapondent aaya:
" I lu- beat informed Af^'liaiia and I'eraliuia, aa well aa
the iBBghalaabi al Baral aad Oaadahar, f.aring itueaian
-lon. t'oitrt BMttah o. cupation. Tbe Afghan loaa
at I'. n.l'l.'h waa'.':i7."
llir Irltfftajih, iu an edltorlal, urpea tbe Cnti-ervatlvea
B to tho rote of credit. It aaya tbe danger ia not
yct pu?t.
'Iln Marqula of Bnllabtiry.ln openlng a Cnnscrvatlye
cinb at Baekaey iu*t alght, ?aptaaaafl the apaadaa
tbat tho wbolo *ll.OOO.OUO had ulready bceu apeut ln
Kgypt. Tbe Govuriimeitt, he aald, erred in
negoHaltag with Uua.lii before tbo fmntier
waa llxe.l. Bagaidlng tbe frontier qiieatlon, bo aaid
iaghlBd bad lost preatlge with the n.ttlvca of Indla, wbo
uoiild aay that Baaata. alwaya advuucea, whilo Euglaud
alwaya BpaJagBBM and retreuta.
LOBPOV, Mny n.-Htiron tlc Siaul and F.arl
ffrnBTft bad alnag oaateroaaa ta flaj aa tba queation
of wbat gaaiaataai Baaakl ba ptaThted foragaiuat a
KuMlan advanre on Horat. It 1* repoitxl tliat ICurl
(iranviile propoaed tho makluK of a treaty pled^tng
Ituaala ueatnal a furlher advaure and rocoioit/liiK an
KiikIUIi proteetorate In Afffbanlatan. Home uncertalnty
r. inaliia m dlplouiatlc and ofllclal clrelea aa to tbe maln
teuauee of pea.e. Tho naval and milltury work wlll
coiitinue uutil botb braucbca are fully aupplied wilh
atona.
ln tbe Hoitae of Cornmona thla afternoon, Mr. Olad
atoiie, lu anawer to qu.-stlona, atated tbat Hlr Peter
l.uuia<leii, the llrltlab Afgban Bouu.lary Commlaaiouer,
ami Oataaal Hi aati bad baoa atdawad totomebomeiin
lnediat'-lv.
Mr. Oladatone wna aaked how it waa that while fllr
1'eter Liimadon waa r. .alled OaaaaTBl Komaroff waa re
talned th.M by llu ? la, and lf tlie-e fa< ta would not In
dicate a eonfeaaiou of wroug on Eugland'a alde iu tbo
Afghan diapute.
Ibe l'i. inl.-r -tat.d that tbere waa no relatlon be
twe.n the raaea of Sr lyter I.timaden and (ieneral
KaaaalaC The latter waa not rr< alled, beciiuae he waa
in loiiiinand of tbe llusaiau for. e-, whltr Hlr l'ctcr had
1.. .ii rniployed ln a purely clvll rapaeity. Hlr Peter
i.uu.adan, iba Piaaaaar addad, baa not beeu naaBafl! >>ut
bai Ix-eu eotiaulted upoti tha auhjcct and In conformlty
*itb hia awa rtawa bad baaa iwajaaatad to retum to
Ki.k'Und. Aa It had )>? eu d. iidrd to earry ou ln Ixitnloii
the Iiuure rotiiiu'iiilcatloiia with Kuaalti about the nuin
polnta In the Afichati frontier lnir, botb Hlr Peter Lutna
den and ( olouel Htowart bad baaa dlrected to comu to
London.
ltW ofllrlally eiplalued that Plr Peter I.timaden haa
r.ot l?een ree.illed from Afjjharilatan lu the dlplouiatlc
arnaeof th.-1> im. but hna baaa aiiiuuiuned to Londou to
advlae tbe Oovrnitnent ii|ioti leehulcal uiattera regard
BBJ the delluiltatloti of tho frout!. r.
Karl Uranvlilo thla afternoon atated In behalf of the
i,. .. rniiirnt. that hn could cotu elre of notblng bettor
than refrrrlnit tue dl-pute over tbe Penjdab Incident,
tnvoiviii* tbabonorof twoofBosra, to UwdeelaioB of a
tblrd I'arty, in aboaa eaeb aida bad parfaet ooafldaaaa.
ln tnia waytbe wliole ?atttl aoald be cloaed bouorabiy
fol DOtk tlnr*.
It l? tuiiiond ofl the Pt.K'k Kveliance that the Farl Of
luitT. tln I m r. ilgned the oiliiw of \'|. eroy of India.
thr <iM>r of tod.iy aa>- tli.it thr ao-CalMd n.ljiiatment
of tba Aaglo-Kuaalaa diapute l- a p'-.r ablft, wtileb
au.ounta pra<ti.aily t<> nothlnf mora tbaa atrooafor
avei luk' n eoiiiniun, and ablcb arlU raaall laaothlng
traaafer of the difflruity from Mr. Oladatoaari
abouldera lo ihnae of hia luoeeaaora.
.?Uiwlitiil. i oiuiiieiitiuK on Mr. Oladatone'a aneeeh
ln tue H...I- of Coaamoaa laal erealag aa the AfKban
Miya: " N<? iioniit ia n .? antertalned tbal the
-ln. nt l.etwerll t Ug\ tud inellldea tbo
a to K i-.i.i."
It waa riiinor. ?! ln tbe lobb] of tbe llonaaof Cotnmona
to-Oar n.a( |-""1 ataadolpb Cbun bill Inteada lo inittate ?
? ?: .eu?nre of ?hn Oovernment beeauaa
ii !..i- t. ad to pruleet tha Interrataof Indla.
Kiiii-.s. ' v of notablea here
aenl a t i nK' t<> nake any
aaciiti.e /.u Baaata la aaaa af baaaBttaai with Pagtaad
i:i -?: \n BAfLOBfl im:a~i:i> mitii n i:\v-voiik.
AiiotliiT il I-. ii i- |..i*-<(l uitliotit ,-iiiy ititi-i
chanxe of oflioial rtatta between tbe con mandera of tbe
Hin lok an t i.arnet. it ?< BBH M '?<? th" gaaaral opti bai
apoabotbaldaa tbataoTtaitlagartll aa daaa wbtla -in
two wai saln ta thlabarbor. Onaof ti.
- iold i bai ll ?'??'?? Ing inde.
? . m i. otl ? r. at i tbal t!.' r bd k \? lag ln re
bad no alRiilfleance, ao far aa tba pooelbla "ar batwaea
ind Bngiaad waa ?
rlalted eltbei \. ?-. i ^ ? ?t. rd .r Ow af tba Bnaetai
.? , tn t i.. boped Ibo* would naka ia ?
monei oal of m- lora ..t ti.-ir nexi aloppmgp
i. Aineriran laaople, he
? rery good oatarad and aeem to bare plebty
of IIIOIUV."
,i ii ii. i ert, AWzaadar Mumi aud aboal forty
other liieinb.-ra of the T IllClodlDg
botb " bini- ?' aad " b ?
on Mn i r>on to vlait tbe Brtllabrorretteuanirl
aud tbi ? .iia. i- Mn-iok. rtiai were aarmly
? i on board of Joba BnlPa reaaM, but raaalned
Ibere ao long tbal irben tbei raarbod that of tha Buaalaa
Bcar ibe otti. an lafwrated um u tbal u waa Uan hua ior
v.aitora.
ilii: \Mli;[i \\ TBIBUTB TO SHAJCKSPBARK,
L >M>"N. May ?">.?Tlie BbbkospeaUC tiKiiioii.il
ra in Um ebnreh at Btntford-apoa Aroa sub
icrtbedfbfby Aenefteaa rbdbati was anveUed to-dag
bj Reward Foiter, of Bow'Yerk, m bebaU of Jaaaea
ii 1'iuiii, wno fonnd it Unposalbbi to attond tito
i in iii.iubs.
\i i i"N of i in. si i /. cavaj coMmwoir.
pMti-. M.i\ bV?Tho Boea c.tiiiil CoauniggJoa
bav? decld.d tni-tempt I ryi'land I'nikev from the ln
: on frnin sct* of ln>stllity In Ibe landlug of BfBOpe
,,ii a* liunk-. pro?nlcd the^r luoasuree becomo nooessary
for the dofeneo of Igjrpt, Baveml Panofe raanenanted
,,n tl.c l nniint??lou. ho?c\i r, ha\o ui.ide rcrtaln
- in reirard to the eicici-o ol UMM prlvileges by
Turbey aad Bgypt,
Itic sub rn i.iniltee of tbe Comml -on ?nld daily sr?
?tona, TbereeaJtlaa gradnal nwrglng of the Fngii-n
and Kr.'hdrartafora futura policy for tbe asanage
iu.nt or tne canai. Tbe progioaa toward tbto lo.uit u
aaid t" in- tatisi ietory to everj uu? ? on< orned.
Tbe rsporl of Um commlsaloa will be submitted to tbe
Intornational coaferenee whleb to to be beld haPartoia
J?i). Ilio qncMioii of Ibe n.iltiality of theCaiiMi Wlll
bereerrred for itie oooetderatiou of the eoaference,
TbeCommlasloa'a reporl wlll reeomatond tbat when
i I |'i i* m.abie to en mre tbe defence of the approacbea
u> tbe canal tba ebarga al aoeb defenee wlfl detrolTe
,,,,,,11 Turker, wltaont Umrteht to datogata it to otin r
I . report wiil atoo reeonunead tbat an later
!,ai oiiui commlastonanalogoosto tbe l?inuidan Oaaa
iim-loii be BppulUtod to h.ivo ?uper\l-?ion ovcr UM
i .iii.ii.
KI.OI'FMKNT F.NI>IN0 iv rOI iiij:.
M.'Mi'Ai., M.ty B [8pt </?';.-Abmit sir
iniitiih* Bgn ibcre eatne to Moutreal fr.nu NewYork a
b.mdsoiiie young couple who roirsd ? boiise from
Hlssotinctto Iu tbls elty, where tbey ilvcd togetheras hii.
band -uid wlfe for threo iiionUu, when tho nian dlsap
pcicd. The girl was Iu deepair anl tebl h.r etetf bl
Mi*s Hissoniiotte. Ilor name, sho sald, awOneste Mar
tin llcr pareuts, who were well-to-do pe.iple hobliug a
a,,, i peaMaM n. naw-Yotb aaaanty, brted ta fatna bet to
tnarty a nian whom sbe greatly dt?liked and ?he flloped
with tbe lover of h-r cholec. M i le reckless by h->r
abaodoumeot, tbe ku-i give beraelf ui> <o a llfe al saaaM
and Mtos Biaeouaette r<- iueated bet to toava tba aaaaa,
(.in bUaday the giri was reemd lytag an Um Baet ef hor
rooM uian aueonaetona *iate. aii hcr alatbea being
eorerad wltb blaekanoat Mbedtod ln tbe Wotre l?amn
|I?S|)ital this inornlng. flbe Is SOppOSod to haro BWOV
outd heraeU bj aattng Ibe aaaC
BULQABIAn AMi UBJCKKfl iv A MOT.
puii.ii'i'orui.i^.Miiy fi.? I ?t-il;iy bciug llblfotg
day ?f ^t. Oeorge. and theroforo UM IBBBJ day of the
Klngof (.reece, tho ?iree? lukabitant* of this clty pub
||ejj dl*played tholr flags In honor of the occa?lon. The
dtoplay gatre odbaee to the Bnlgnrtaa lababitatit*, and
eusued, iu whleb tba tla^s were lorn to pieces,
sobi* proparty was deuroyed aud several peraous woto
wouudcd. _
OBOUnti ^i'i:iAi)iN<; IN hpain.
Madi:ii?, Hajr 5,- Clioltr.i ig quwtUBg in tho
I'rovlme of Valenela. Alondla. Hlanera and other vll
lagvs arc niuroundcd by cotdoiu of gendarmcs.
ll:A(.MI'.NI- <i| r\\:< | NI U-J.
Paiiis, May BvBntnb BanbataVi tr"U|?e win piay
??'1 lie<Hiora" ln the (i.iict> l h. atro, Loudon, for BJH.riea
of twelve nigbU, beginaiug oa July 11.
Noi.KS, Mar 5.-The ernptlon from tbe roleauo of
Vasuvius I* siibHl.ling aad lerredel Orevo is uow cou
Bldctcd to bc aut ifensMjat,
Btmis, May "S.-Keports reeolved from tbo ('ameroons
aouutry sbow tbat pMBB bas beeu restored thero. Ibe
murdorers of fiorr Panteunins, theagent of soveral Ham
burx flrnis, bave been ronvictcd and ?hot.
Madhiu, May fi.? Tbe mnnbatbalelecttonahavareoaltod
Inainarkod triumpb for tho coalitlou of Libt-rals aud
Bepubltoane.
FlQhTlM! WITH THE 1SDIAM*.
EJOOT DOMIXION B0LD1ER8 KILLED.
TWI IVE OF THK MKV WolNDKIt?111K 1NDIAN L0S8
Ksii.\r*TFi) Ar PtfTT.
Saskatchi wan Landint;, May 5, via Swift
Osuiant, N. W. T. - A mail eatiiorJu*t arrlved from Bat
tleford with tbo following dl*pateb, dated May '3:
A llyiug coliiinn Of 999 mon from Battiefonl bad a
eiigaceinent witb I'oiindmaker's foree of 600 Iudlans at
bls rescrve lastlng from I o'elock in tbe morning to noon
yaaaardny, Tbe braana io?t eigbt kiiied and tweivo
woninied.
Tba Indian loss Isfestlmntcd at flfty. Colonel Otter
eovered seventv mlles, fought the battle and retiimed
Inslde of tblrtv hoitra. The nen bebaved magnlticentiy.
Tbo ||at of kllbd la a* follows: C'orporals Laurle and
Blelgbt aml Ilnu'ler iluike, of Nortbwest Poliec;
Privatee Oagood aml Bogers, of the Ouatda, and
Dobba, of ??c" Company; Bugler Faulkt-rs, of "C"
Cotnpaay.
1 in '.voimdcd aro:
saat Ward, of tho police; Lleutcnaut
Peltler, Berifoant Qaffney, Corporal btortea
and Onnnet Baynatda, of " H" Hattery;
Borgeaiit-Major J?ek*on, af CCoinnanv; Color-Bergeant
VMtter aud I'rlvale McOiiill.cn, of the (iuuids. Hergeaut
Coupor, and I'rivate* Varv miil W.iin, of tbo l^ueeu's
Own, UM I'rlvate Gdbert, of Hattleford.
M'.fiAMMF.IMN KKVOLT IN CHIXA.
rfiBtblliltt, May 5.?Advires from f'hitia
report disordcrs ln Kuansu, where a Mobammedan re
v<dt lia* been lnoltad by Kussla. It 1* sald tbat tbe
Cklaeoe Oeaetnl Taam baa been sent with troops ta *up
preaa the revolt. II is belleved tbat tbe Chiueso Uovern
iiii nt eaaoe la btraaa with Fium e auUnty because of tbe
action of Bussla.
TlIK MIOTOUM ILUMOIM QrARRTHEV.
Lf.mont, IU., May 5.-Tho city has been
ti Uenly allent this morning. The troops remalu at
tbclr eatnp on tbe bluff. baving pltcbcd tbelr tsnts for
an lnditlnlte stay. A camp guard aud plcket line were
establlsbod last ulgbt. Tlie camp waa aroused about 2
o'elock by the tlrtugof the gun of onooftbe plckets who
had ordercd an lutruder who was approachlng tho eatnp
to halt. To-day troops of atrtkera have appeared on
the Mre* ts converslng ln Bwedisb and Bohcuiian, and
displaytan some ?xcltcmeut, Two of thelr nutnber
?toned a foreinan at work in ono of tbe quarrlea, aud
oi.c of them waaafterward arreated by tba elty mar
slial. Two ollicers who weut to the tclegraph ofllce to
telrgraph for suppliea ror the troops were Insulted by
thecrowds. Tlie eoroner endcavorcd to seoure tbe
i>i, bmmb of some of tbe soldiers at tbe lnqucat, but the
eomaaandar rnfoaed ta permlt thU witbout aa order
from tne lioveruor.
PBETEXDIXO TO BE A SESATORT8 NKPREW.
Chicago, Mny 5.?Charlea Mitchell, a ta!l,
wcll-built, ratber handsome young mau, drea.?ed In the
lati aj sprtng style, was orralgned to-day as a ragrant,
with no vlsible meatis of support, and assoclatlng with
d-nputablo cbaracters. Tbe young man deciared ln
cinirt tbat ho was a nepbew of I'ulted Btates Benator
Mitchell. of Fetmsylvanla; that hlsfather waa wealtby,
and hls brother drawing a salary of $.'>,0<>0 from a largo
tirns iu Kew-Yofh City ; that be came bere last fall and
tried to get work, but could tlud notbing except dustlug
abon caaaa ln a Jewclry store. ile protested bls bouesty,
saylng that be could easllv bave stolen at tbat place.
Fiider tiire.it of a gne o*990, ho aereed to leavo towu,
tbe maa'istiate tirst glrlng biin a fatberly talk.
-?.
CUARLES A. LIHIiY XISSIXO.
ChhlAOOi May ">.-Asti>ry is ptiblished here
tbla afternoon to the effuct tbat Charlea A. Llbby, a
pai tner of tbo New York aud Cblcago nonse of Jamea A.
I.lbby A company, has dlsapptarcd. Mr. Llbby left bls
store la-t M 'iiday, *aying be would return shortly, bu.t
?lucc tbat tiuio ba bas not boeu sccn or beard of.
?? Yo'i aia the llr*t to tell ns tbe new*," sald a memher
of tbo lirm of Jamcs L. Llbby A O, K*. 540 Broadwwr.
;.. ? repertar reesenday, " w? bnvo no information
? rd to the inatlor. Chatfeo A. Llbby ba* bad ebargo
of our Cblcago branob fortbelaal tbree or four yenta
andbaaalwaya been regnrded by maa oompeteni aml
irtby. I t.iiiik that tl.t-ro mu.->t be some mistiiUo."
Jlis it.'li DM1VMM TBMOUQM IIIS MMAMT,
KOBKlaTOWaTi I'etm., M.iy ". ? TIbBOfloW
rf wbo baabaaa a pataaat lu Iha iio-;j?tta! for the
11.-n,.- baaa for aaaaa time, .liod aadat aaaaialaaa
eircamataaaaa thaaataaarkald aa luqueat tadapaad
(be juiv reiideied u verint tliat tln- Inali euue
deatb by injunea reealrad at the
banda of ilexeaoer iteala gBd] Will
lam ll. Tnrnbolt, attendaata. Tarnbolt and Bteete
were arreatad. aaa after ahaaring reiaaaded forutaL
Caator waa what la tertaed a feeula patlent, but waa
?ubjeci to rlolent aaeUa. Tba attendanta wbo aaaanlted
Ibe uufortuuate au.t belpleaa ui.ui nerformed tbelr aotb
ao flendlably tbat oaeof bia brohea lioa waadrlv.-u
tbrough bla hr.trt._
a miKAT nrri'LY of satviiai qah.
Siif.i.hv, ObJo, May ."? [Spttldtt. - 1 liis iiiorning
tba laraael rein af gaa arar at i aaktat iblo waa raaebad at a
.1. ptli of 1- ? faata Tln uieii were w ,n i.e.l of ita prraeiice by
roariiu--ound tad II.-d for their livea. barely ea.apiug
hefore the gBI ru-lied from tbe arifloa witb a tretnendoua
report, ahaltechu thadarrlek aad thrawtag dlrt aad aaad
inauy le.-l liito theiur. A tenipoiary pipe aeToat) f.nt
in lenxth baa baaa lai.l ooanecUng witb the w.-n, aad Ii
fnrnlanea aateadi atrean of Bro twenty-Bre foet bi?b.
Tbe dlacovan will aupply the wbole town with ligbl aud
fuel fordw. iilli* hotlaea and uiauiil i.\oll>a.
AMMMIOAM BOMAM 0ATBOU0 VMIYWMMZTT.
Hai.tim.ihk, Muy B (Nyn<///).?ArrhbishopA
Johti J. Wtlilauia, of BoalMal Wiih.itu 11 H-ler. of Oiiu-lu
aatt, and Mlebael A. OotllgBa, of NewYork, and Blahop
J. Lancaater fpatildln*. of l'eorto, III.. wlll arrive bere
to-uiorrow eveulng. Tbey, wilh Arrbbi?bop Oibbona,
. ?n-titiiteaaaaaaafaaaa aaaaal la Iha Pleaarp t'ounoii of
Paiaaahar laal t<> eaaaaaaf tba mattorof the eatabiuii
ineiit <if a National Auierlean Catbollc I'lilveraity. At
tbe eo -uieii ai'BBton tbe all. r of Miaa Oaldwell, of New
->oik, of a l.nge aoaiof monev waa aeeapted aud the
niatter rafarrad t? tue ahova praiatea. other oflara haYo
baaa anade awelllng Um amonnl to owr f i.uoo.ooo,
w hli-h will bo tbo uiu-hua ef the endowuit ut f uud.
UtTMM MVMDMMD MOOTMAKMMM ox STHIKK.
\\ Oau i.-rtit, MattH., May r>.?Tln- bottoiiurs
in th.- oi'.'ht boot aaaaa at Baaajaaai ncariy 709taaaaa
bi r, ate out on an-ike, their xTievaino beiug that tho
prb ea proinlaed durliiK tho wiuter for the miiuuier a-a
aou are not bafaag p'Ud. They a?aert thut they woro
proinlaed laat -utiiinei 's nrlcea, whl. Ii are an adrance of
,So centa a .-aa..' far ontatde. and lOoaata a eaaa for lualde
w-oik, but that tba ?aanafocuirara naw u-iuao to graal
iimie tiiali 60 PBT eent af thia advuuce. 1 hc trceit and
flniabera are atiit ut work.
TAEIWQTBM I.AXlH.oiars rni'XK ASD MOMBT.
Wii.kksiivkuk. i'tnn., .\I;ty 5 (Spa-ial).
Tliouiaa and Jaiuea Laviu, wuo liave be. ii Uiardlux at
the hauae of Juliu t'oy, of thla i-ity, left tbere thla uioru
ing, takiug with thuiii a triink iouiuiuin^ir?00 bcioug
lug to Mr. ( oy. Tbey were aeen walkiuiruway from tbe
bouae with tbe truuk, and thla mornliig It waa foutnt m
u racaal krt, brokea and tha money geae, Tbe brotliora
aera atnpiayad a? clorka ln the clty and wcru lookod
upou aa buaaal aud reputublu yaaaag meu.
s/iouiix*; iiiilsF.l.F AM> WMOOMfMt A UAMIAO,
tTiUCBSBABBBi lViin., May 5 (Sitrcial).-^bAl
w.nd iln ka, a aou of Major ili.ka, one of tbe boat-kuowu
re-ldeiita of WyomliiK. uiiemi>i?<l t? commlt aulclde laat
?vaalag Ib a ut af luaunity. wiuie taBrhaf with hia Bataat
he auddetily beruiue "ii'umi, and diawing a revolver,
put It oloae to bia ear and nred. Thu bulleteul ttirouKb
tbe a.-aip, glaai ed aatda and barted ItaeU lu the aau. Ile
then ii.-d from the bouae, bul waa puraued and aaptaiad
aiiti a aaaparata itnaaja. h? i? now a laitag bbbbbbb,
MAKTIS i. fOWWAMMB sk K.
Tkoy, May 5 iSptciitl .-Unifeii BtBtea Diatrict
AttoriH y Martiu I. iownaeiid ia ank from maiaria, aud
it t? fcared that he wlll uot get woll.
TELKUliAtlilC NOXEtk
DYIMO 600K At-! I.K A FKJHT.
Bvi.TIMukK. .May ,"..?At a lata BoBI laat iiiirUt Willlam
i waa aaaaoltad by Atdrew Aaaa>t waa knea-k.-d
llim dOWB aud poiui.led bia lic.al agalaat th.' floor. Botb
aava arreatad and takeu to the Kaatern Pollee statiou.
Dobbtai f.-ii lnto eournialona aud uted uboiu uoou.
BUBDI BI IX .Mii.ill (AROI.INA.
on vtti fc-i,iN, H. ('., May .i.-lu < aruiieiiael Townahip,
Ifarlon Couuty, ln a uu irral batwaea two wblte laborera,
Deaii and Maya, the loru.er kllled the lattcr witb a alu
gtetree takeu froru bia plouk'b.
TWO MKN riBOWNKI).
jACKaoxvil.t.K, ll.?., May &.?A dlapateb to Th*
. L'afoa from Craaenl Cltyaayai John Willlama, a
.I, aml (harlea npeuoer, a lireman, botb colored,
on the ateamer oooigla, fall oTorboard yeaterJay aad
werediowued.
MAUTIAL LAW AT PANAMA.
A PHOCLAMATIOX BY GENERAL REYES.
A RIOT AT CfMUUA?A BKMAND fOR RKKKL PHIg
BB199 M9>l IB 09 aMH:ican>.
lar c\ni.E fkom a si-miai. i'okuk^powdk.tt.i
Colov, May 5. via CalveMon.?Crueral Reyns,
1 aviiig ba "i i>rr,nioted to (.'??mmunder-in Chief of
tbo Colombian nrmy, bna ptoelninMd martial law
on the (atbmne. There baa been a riot at Culebra
doe i" p.t\-.lav aud rum. lt ba- been rnbgnlfloi by
rumor and the ucgnies l;c(.taie pauio.-siriciieu and
prepared to leave tife bthuuia by tboa*?ndgL Oen
eral Rnyeg ha-> is*ued .1 proclaniation mjuestiiig tho
penpiu tocontinue tlieir usital pitrsuiia and *ayiug
tbai lio wouldpuuiau by ltnlitary law all olTencee
aguinat life and prop rty. This morning he m ide
a formal demand ou Adniiral Jo'uett for Portazal
and (.'ocobolo, rebel cbiofs now pnsouers on tha
(Jalena, who helped to l.iaii tbo city. Portazal ia
? llaytian whe burned Port ait Priuco aitdJaciueb
Qoaaral Prcstan has esenped to Carthagena, wuera
be bgg beeu made rbuf of the rebol foreea.
The liealtli of the troopa is rapidly deteriorating.
There ia no reusou for keoping Commandcr Mc
Calla's commaud hero any loiiger. The Utbmus ia
qtnet. A large forco of Colombinns are there now,
aud in a few days there will be tweivc huudred
National troops. The Colombiaus desire tbe with
d.'.t vval of part of tbe Ameiicau forccs. This 1* tba
uuheulthy seaaon here aud the uiortality wiil ba
great it' a part of tbe troops is not witbdruwn at
ouce.
TWO VEKSI0N8 OF THE RIOT AT CULEBRA,
1 WKN 1 Y-r'lVi: JAMAICANS h.\!l> TO 1IAVK Br.KK
BAKBAROL'MA' KIII.KI).
Panama, May 5, Yia Calveeton.?On Suuday
n igbt a fracaa oceurred 1,-1 .s 0 u some Jamaicana
and Naiional soldiers at Culebra. Tbe latler wera
disanned and afterward rettred. After procuring
reintorcementa tbey rcturned aud broke into tba
barraeks wltere tbe Jamaicans were aleepiug aad
in (he uiost barbarous mauuer killed twenty-tive of
the in aud woundod twenty otbers. Ouly 0110 Col
ouibiat) was killed and noue was wotiuded. Tha
Jutnaicans are leaving 111 great nuttibers. Tbeir de
parture will delay the work ou tbe canal.
Infonnation has beeu reeaived at tbe Nary Do
partmeut tbat on Suuday a corporal'a guard of
Colombian troops, sent to Culebra, was disanned by
a mob of Jamaicans and lnsurgeuta. The guard
tlien escaped 10 Empire, a stnall place taar Culebra,
Twenty Colombiau troops iinner a enptaiu wera
theu s'-nt to preeerve order at Culebra. On thetr
arrival there tbey were tirod upon by a mob and
two were aeverely wouuded. 1'he Colombiau troope
tben opoued liro. Twenty of tbe mob were killed
and as many wouuded. Rum was the primary gaygggj
of tbe riot. Some workmeu are returmng to Jamai
ca m conaequence.
INSTRUCTI0N6 FROM MR, WHITKEY.
ADMIKAL JOUETT ALI.OWED TO 8KNt> HOMK HAL9
THE MAKINE FOKCK.
Wabiii.voton, May 5.?Mr. VVhitney has aent the
followutg diapatch to Admiral Jouett:
Tbe oflicers for the Iro(|uoit saiiad per atcamer of 2d
inst. Cb.iuge tbe crew, puttltg ou board meii now oa
the Istbtnu*. Heml tbe uld crew home, with ofllcera.
Band Iniuic one-balf tbe marine force, lt you tblnk it
prudent. Wben you tblnk it aafe, withdraw all garrl
sotis. Fut tbe remainder ou board stnps at i'atiama aud
Aspmwall for tbe preaent.
Ihe Secretary of tbe Navy was itiformed to-day
tbat tbe Colombian Uoverumeut bad declared
martial l.-tw on the Isth nus of Panama as thu besl
nicans of preserving order.
XAT GOODWLS OS TMM IVARPATU.
THK ACTOll INVADKlf A 8ANCTLM AND WANTS
SOMK CMMUISO IMiNI'.
[UT TBI.CtiKAJ'II TO TUa TBIBCNE. J
Ciiicago, May 5.?A tbfatru-ul pafaaTowned
by a Mr. L>alai?l printcd an itcm Intlmatlug tbat
Mra. Nat Cioodwin (l.llia Wetheraby) waa au lnvalid,
but tbat abe had frreatly prometed the proapertty of ber
baaaaBad) ?lm had aluce neglected bor. It ia aaid that
tho attention of Mr. Goodwlu waa directed to tbe axticle
yeatorday. Ho grew llvid witb rago aud at on.-o aet out
for reyeuge, unaceonipauied. CBaabaBg tho atiirw.iy to
bfr Dalilefo aaaaa ba aaaanafl Mr. Dahaad w..a not in,
but Mr. >t. .Minr. one of tho e.litorial atan", wm, Uood>
?da 1..1'! dowu a eopy of Iln- pap r aud poiuli ia' otlt tha
obj. etionable article aaked:
?? Wbo wroto that."'
.Mr. .-t. Muir looked at tho artk-le nnd theu at Mr,
Qoodwha. A aaraphk tutUa played about hia fae-e.
" Yoii know, peruapa, Mr. Ooodw iu, that it ia otie of tha
rule.a 01 a BOWaaapat odioo ucvcr to laU wbo wrltca aa
aitnlu," he aaid.
"itlauk your rulea," crowlod Q lodwiu, " wbo wrota
tbat aitulo t"
" I cau't tell you that," aaid St. Muir, tbe amile fadlng
aa it aaaaa,
"Wba ia tbe MBaaaaanla rddtac of tbia couceiul"
shrieked tbe actor iu a towertng r.-ge.
" Mr. Ilal/.lel ia tbo reapouaibiu luaii."
*? Wucre la be I"
" I dou'l know."
" Well,! BBB aaaaa tbe tuan who wroto tliat Inferaai
lleerawl out of tbat wiudow," i-aid Uoodwlu, raumg
bitn-elf ou bia aBBBi
" Oon't talk that way, Mr. Oondwln," aaid tbe otbora,
" that'a uo way to taik iu a aewapaper oaaoi."
" Well, inat'a tbe way I t.iU iu tlila oihee. aud I meaa
it. and if you are ibe BhaBkaty hi.iuk buiiking blauk
hiuiii who dld il 1 cau m.ikr )>m i-liuib out of tbat wlu
dow, aud Ifeat'a wiiat I'luhere for."
?i. Muir naralaaad tnui ba waa aot tha raapoaalbla maa
of the eouucru, aud lio unlu'l tliu.k be oii.bl to Ut uiade
toclliab, *
(?o.mIw'iii, aeaing ho eould Ket no aatlafiietion, left tha
oiii.. atlll -e< klaa Iha r. apoaellda aiaa. Ho a.uubt l.iiu
in uo- rain uutii tbe honi fac aapearlagat Iha tueaire ar
ri\ e.i, w ii.-ti lio icave up the aaaaa,
IbapubUabe.i aiateu eut ia made tbat Ooodwln re?
aumed the warpatb to-uay wi.a a ecatplag-kaife loug
euough to luako tbe rusyouaiblo mau uiiauu ino Court
baaaaa
THE VETERAXS AT OElTl'sBVRO.
Gktn.-iti i:i., IViin., .May ."> (Sjneiul).?To
day the veterans of the Ist Aruiy Corps aurveyed the
scenea ot uperations and ldeutitlcd and miarkcd tha
poMiion* oci iipi.d by vurinui NJgtai nt* ou <be tt: ?t dcy
of Ibe battio. Tbo inspcctiou was lod by Coiouei
Baebeld. r, wb >, as <icuer.il Slooiuu said al tbe " caiup
tlie " last uight, posatases ? more accurate and perfoct
kuowledgeof tbu p >aitloiM oocupiod by e^cb br.g.t le
duilng ths battio. than doe? tbe uiaa who touituauded.
Tbe aftaruoon was apaut by Coloucl Bacheldcr, lieuetal
Crawfoid aad olhers, inc'udiug C'oiigressiuan Waruer,
who coiuinauded an Oaio reirnu jut iu Crawford'a Ulvt*
slon, iu liiing tba positlons micupied by tho re^'imeute
or tbat dltrtoton of the ">lu Corps durtng tho necond aud
tblrd days of Um battio. Tbto duty anUodthe Ttoitotn
lo (be totl ot tlie Lnioii liue.i ou aud over " l.itiie Kound
Top " and " Devu'a Den." lu order to pn-servc the
uatural fcaturca of this part of tbe ilcld Ueneral Ciaw
ford bas Iciugiit lt au 1 piaaaJ H uiidor tbo coulio. of
the Battietield Aaaoetation. Tha veterans toftOattya*
burg this evemng touttead the antiual reuuion of the
Baetet) <>t tlie Ai'iny of tbo Potoutac m Baluuiore ou to
?uorrow aud Thuraday.
BLOODT UAND-TO-llASD ESCOUNIER.
Nr:\v-lli.i>roui>,Miuss., May 5( Spfcuih.?Jainog
Mojiiord, watchiaauat tbe Wam*uita MuU, aud Kicbard
Suape lust lu-day to aettle a biil for t-o w ucb
Mopterd leiii to Mia|>c aoiuo tliue ago. Moptord saye
thatSnape kuockod blm down several ttine* and kicsed
hiiii. .Siopioid tueu drew a revolver aud lucd tbrea
ahota at Buape. a in n Baape clinened a itn unu agaia and
a liauu-lo hand ? o.i.hut auauad Wbleb ?*?> ln BragroaB
wben poineuieu amved. Bolu me.i v.crc ooToreU w .ur
blood. _
UraUIAJMuVJ aVOCS MaJM
I'hii.auki.fiiia, May ."> | VjKTui/).- Tne Eadner
bratbatn, Laarta najd fflllfn**. futnaarly ataab brok-ra,
and no.v MtWtnga leOf t.im iu BVtOM for afwagad tiau
sai Uoua, Wera diamissed IioW tbe stock board U?-d.?).
A KWWMM TO THE MMW MI.MSTEB 10 Jf.VtfAA S />.
A foiiipltnH'utaiy dituur was given to E.
j. Pbolpe, bUniatar to Kagland, by Cytna ?'? MeJd al big
bouae ln (irammercy Park last nigbt. About nne?sB
gBMBbl wcrepreauut. Kx-Pn-sldetit Artbur was uiiabla
toattciid. hisiibysioiaadeciiuiug to poruut bim lo go
out. Aiuong tboae proseut were Wlliiam M. Kv?ru,
John Bigolow, Williaua lx>r?boluicr, Preaident Po?ter,
of Yale College; Profess >r (ioldwiu tSmltb, Jobu A.
Btewart. A. J. Drexel, Oeorge V. Chllda, Perey B. Fyue,
Aarou J. Vanderpoel. E. N. Dickerson, C. 1). Baidwtu,
aud the hoat'e brothore, Davld Dudley Kioid aad
tho Kav Or. Fiaid. Couipltmautary allusioua
to the guest of the evtnliig were laa-ia.
bat tbe diuner was wholly lnforuial. Cyrus w, Ftold
aliuded to the oid-tline frteudabip wblob existad be
t ween Mr. Fheipa and auneelL and bla ramarka arakat
a otung raaoaiMa*

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