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NEW-YORK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30, IWO.-^TWELVE PAGES. PRICE THREE CENTBL THE CZAR MUCH WORSE. WEARER AND RAISING I'l.ooh. HID OOUOH INCREASING! wu APPETITE PAIL1NO A '.i ? Ml "ll K -; \V RI LLI IN 1 RD iv THE PHTSIi'lAKS \: LIVADM PREPARATIONS BPTION I if PRlNl EM vi.,\ ' ? RR ' IUK' ll wi. M m.1:1 \.;i: t i ' /. \i:i:\. it, ii -? i' ?? rsburg, < ? ? g The ollie! il I ulletln . -I- fi .in 1.1\.i I.i ai 8 n' look --us ? , uv: ami ? Empei ?! ate little t da) He fi ir ? The rough arith win. b. he has i.n Med, In consequence of -lu mic ? mari ii throat anti trachea, i-.is grown p*>n ? ptlh ? - u Uh in- bri Bthlng Mis ni ratl i tinged with bio d " Th' foll 'Wini; I.nil.-tin was issn, i by ihe dar's pay. I eta ns thia n >rnlng' "The Kmpei plept il Ighl II lr- ipi* ?:?? ., ntlnues gi od. ;':"t ih< oedema ;> un ii.ii . a dispatch from Yalta - i - that Ihe M< tro j- Itan of St, Pi ?? isl.mn arrived lhere thi* morn i.--it--1in :h" .??. of an riming Prln - \ i\ l" ? ? i ? ne* I in lay* the Pi nil i ;? ? ! ih< - . ? - ? ihe < rrthi dos Church, ail ai Uv final service will partake of com -. n, af ter which the marriagi ceremony may l performed .it any time. The date of 111? - lage, however, ii.is nol been definitely fixed expect!d that ih" Duwhess of Saxe-Coburg 1> tha and - \ i ral m< ml en ri ii"- 1 tanlah royal family will attend the wedding Germ in tmbassador io Kassia, General ? Pl - ti r \. ,i a: l.i\ adla t" !>'? pi nen! nj The Clarina an i Prln esa .Mix hiv: . - Ices In the chapel yeaterday, con? ti ; by Pathi r Ii an ? anniversar) ol iii" Cia r's escape In the rsa' accidenl n u Bork! -a.ts celebrated with * s| lal Te Deum In the chapel at Llvadla Among those presen' were the Caa ri na, ires snd Pi ln*i bb A i li reported iha: Bevel il persona have ).n In Odessa by >rd<T "f th- city's Gov : ? expressing th< hellel thai the Czar lead A religious festival of prayer wa* h': 1 to-day throughout tH-- Empire to celebrate t ? innlversarj >f the Csar'a escape fi rm death In the B ?rhl dla isti r Paris, Oct, 29. Th.> anniversary nf the BorkI waa "i" -rv i with a service ot thanks in i-i" Russian Church nere to-day. The Presl d. nt. Premier Dupuj ami the Foreign Office ix- ?? i. pn Rented. ll is report! l here th rt th" idea of the Csar'a going !? Corfu his been abandoned. Th.- King ? 'ir-",- . anl in- * n ha\.- returned i i Athena, a'.th.-.ufrh preparation* ar the Monrepos villa con? tinue Vienna. Oct. 2s.- The "Ni ue Frele Presse" publishes a dispatch from St. Petersburg saying tint th.- Imperial Grand Master of C remonlei snj several ot ier court officials started for Ll radls "ii Sam,'lay. nn-i ll is expected that th. marrlag ? of :h<- Csarewltch and Princess A ls will tak. pl.n November '.*. thf- anniversary of the Bradding ol th" Csar. I>rlin. Oct. Zr.?A dispatch from Yalta says tr;at the anal.', sis of the fluid drawn fr":n the Cz.ir's limbs is reassuring, and i: is even p"f Bii.lc thai ? pro est of ibsorptl n may begin. RETIRING WITH HONORS. DECORATIONS CONFERRED UPON CAPRIV1 AND EULENBURG. THP NgW CHANCELLOR ANT. MINISTE1 o? T1IK. INTBfUOS v h:.\!ai.i.y aSSt'Mg. omrE A DE NIAL FROM COCXT RCLENRrRH HOW Tin: APPOINTMENTS ARE VIEWED. norlin. Oct 29 The official "Kekhsanseiger" bripfly announces thal rh. Emperor haa reilevi 1 (jf-nfral eon Caprlvl <>1 rh" offlc* of Chancellor and has conferred nj. in him th" decoration of the Order of tho Hiat-k Kau;.-, ael with brilliants. Count Botho zn Eulenburg ins been !" ti . -a .th the and star .if a Ora nd Commander of tli-- < >r der of ihe Roral House "f Hoheniollern Th* "Relchaanaelgcr" als., ,,'ir: ancea that Prince \ >n Hohenlohe-Schlllingsfilrst hai been ?; : ? Hit and Baron eon Koeller Minister of ih* Interior Prince von Hohenlohe had an audience with th" Emperor at Potsdam ihli morning, and ? ; thal h" form il y aasumed the Chancel] 'rsh:;v together with the Prealdencj "f tf." Prussian <'"iiti"!i "f Ministers, Baron x >n K ?: hai formall) .issn ned th* office ot r ? M ? uer ol the Interior Pi ? ? <? vi,n Hohenlohe has made a courtt na ea i .it of his desiri thal every sttache' of th* tiler) remain la ofllci The Prince called ? 'n mt von Caprlvl to-day, and In lui ? I bim to delay hil departure from Herlin until he . Introduce the Prince to th<- official* of Ihi ? Department. Couni von <-;ii>ri\i win leave Bi rlin to-m 11f''x Pi ? ? Hobenlohe-Laiigenburg ls mentioned aa a ? ? tr* appointment to th.- office nf Gov? ernor ? ? Alsa< Lorraim lo ead Prince Hoht-n Bi hllllngsfUi Th? "Tageblatt" Bays that Oeneral von Loe, and i n \\ al li rs.... all! pi '. ably I ? si i ?? . Qoverno: ol Alssci Lorralm io Bucceed )? ? ? vu Hohenlohe-Schllllngsfurat General von I'" ll .i I: -tc .i r, i'tin li" ari''. Count '.".'l Wa, la an ra ?? .! \ i. itheran. 1 ?.. bu Eulen'iurg ha* authorised Ihe i ? ? !? nx- the statement which ha been wldelj circulated thal he complained to thi Emperor about Ut* attack i,..t? i i.j.,,n him in the "Cologne da sett* iv .... ? v.,vs ii,, artlcl al n he returned fran I... .,.?,.. ig ,h-r Thursday ninia He wai nol Inv.i.a [o hunt w.tii th< Emperor al Llebenberg. Th?- Kin).* i ti ii" saya, telegraphed lo him a com rrni.i ? j. there Tli?? i-:ast Prussian deputation* le th. i-.,.,? ? ii were not arranged by him, but by Karon Mn-,-n.iii von p.i??" r .-?? In before the Cabl not Council un Oetobei ls Finally, Count Eulen sssg deniei -h.r he was b ...it" I In the Council on st aal ol hil x ii ira Hunt.-. i> i _??? The appointment "f Prince von BSBMaiobt ri h.- Oeraaan Chancelloi and Pruaslan Pi>in>r i ii madi .t tr ?; i :rn;,r paior on I tallar, [.'.li- | ti Hi* brother, Prlnci Qu*tav Adolf, ri llohen-j "-. C^| | ... ..,..?. :i,. ; numerous me? ????? ? (i itulatl ? '??in hr,. ,, ; Sj ? Iii. V .nan.' Post'*" Berlin lem -.x ; , El r, Hr. VOH tl ret '?'" I i bly xx .t. th- I i in. nt'* m nth ? , hi rn. affa r- an I Frethi rr ?ar*ch? i j: : : -;. in 111 i prei ?;,- it in for- j Jafa affair, i-,,., Hohenlohe'* appolntmenl con f,i\ ii il.K- .vail: uti : on, alth .ugh il ?????? || ? itt .,"? : tn I where be .. i ?jahrerwliy .1 . i.,-n Hy .-??s|. .1 and be .,?1 m hi* han I* developi d -?rn iii I-!" i.' .-vf.- -.sith which only thi ti:'?i--.,. x if in i.i, perhaps, la comparable, Owing I ? . tvt'i. rh.- - i. rlfl ?? ^ p;ace ,,, .. ,.,,,,,?,,.,. ,,;.v U:'- Ch* W.V. , ^iil.t;. nf 12,705, Xl..- '1 BsBMiltble, Jaroa K 1 ? 1 .? ,v.:! not be r gretted In 2 Reich*!* ? h ppolntmrni I* view d arith asjeern *v?i 1 ?. Caprlvl'* opponenta in the Ketch* 11*1 of issi ,,., i ,,,,,, ;,,. vv:,s ;,? avowed reactionl ?JRrong Anti-Semite, in advocate ol rcpi 1 - ???in?' ih*. - 11,,] ,,? oppon< r.t of a free SB "the d*ily News" lias thia Uspat 1 r*r"rn its Bel 1 corr.-.|, : lt i? certain thu th- Kaiser d algnated Counl 5?t?* au Kui.1,1, in., for ti... lloverr.or hln of th fY'I'.slarnl. and th it I'rinre Hohenlohe objected. I C , from !1 creditable source thal th<- Ki|s,-r han fn..r' upon lh" ''rim- of Hohenlohe-Langenburg 2.?"? plKf-e. The latrer ls unknown in politics, "x i'i ir ih, one respeei th*l be is nol a raactlonlsi g._aa.lron-flated administrator. H.- ls vr.-.i11 \ in "f?">t?,i ?, (.,,,,? ,| ??,. Th?- tasri , . ,- ,,. .,ks nf Baron Koller as free a7im..pr''j'"""- ?'"'?>??? i>'- ?ud j-a-i. "iii" SUnd * Berlin rom sp in lem say*: Cah'n,.V0U.n,,'l'fTM"?""? a! :ni- la*t in.in,. nt of Hi" kinda J!. "in"u "unimonfd for to-tia) ttarted all <?.>" ;[ r*l" :- >n I li g rr it the rial* wa* noi 6uil. 1...I! ,*'!v< ,;i1 Ministers and Secretaries o' Jus'rJ i1''",1',1 "? re.iUn, ami '! ? 1 ie Meretury of .ill* bad alreadj retire*!. Prt* ?"'tan.in li's" correspondent regards th. "aiid'id ?f Hoh*n,oh<'-1-'ar,*?nbiira as the moat likely Lui B1v,,',,for, ,h' "',v' of Statthalter In Straabura, 0'?ob*n^n';H:;i;r;;;:-^:':'1 of ^'^ rrtiftiA IS CHINA'S EMPRESS HEAP.' A KIM.ut d' HER DEATH CIRCULATED IN TIEN-TB1N. I't'RSl'IT OT Tin: FLYING CHINESE TROOPS Aiiwi.. m-:i. CONSTERNATION OVER Tin; ai> VAVi: or THR JAPANESE INTO MAN riU'RIA HIXIRTRR DRNR1 AT PEKING. London, Oct. ti The Central News .-.rr? sp ii i' ni in Shanghai aaya li ls tun-,,rel In Ti'-n T*ln lhal iv young Empress I* dead, but the i. I >i;;i not be announced nor mourning worn by the Court until after the birthday of th. i > xx ai.- i Empress, The Central News correspondent In Toklo tele? graphs: "It ls nol bell.ved hers that the Jsp snese will attach Pori Arthur before th? end of the week. General Modsu, who commands the advance t i-. of the Japanese army, has aban? doned Ihe pursuit of Ihe fugitives from Kullen ?8 he does nol wish t" be burdened with ni")-.. Chinese prisoners. The Japanese march "i m Peng-Huang-Chang has began." \ dispatch i" 'The Globe" from Tlen-Tstn I says thal the roul of the Chinese troops in Ihe | Val".' River and lbs failure i" arrest th- ad vance of the Japanese have Bpread consterna? tion among Ihe Chinese officials, who ii,, nol deny thar their arm) has mel with seri -is- dis? aster. The Japanese Legation hers has n dispatch saying that the second army. under General j Ova ma left its rendezvous In Corea on October 28 j ami madi a successful landing al Tallen-Wan. "The Times" hi thc*e di*pat 'hes from the Kast: Yokohama "Another Japanei army, 14.000 strong, is assembled ai Hiroshima." Shanghai "lt is reported thar Port Arthur has l.i completely Invested hj the Japanese and cannot hold out long, Vdvlces from Moult- '? len stan thal General Tao's for ?? wa- ti >t sn- I nlhllated in the haul.- o' Ping-Tang. Th- greater ! ? ,- ? - ii" i and reformed un li i I Jeneral Ni..h. lt ls bellevi l al Moukden that the Jap ane*< will require a much larger armj 'han they possess io secure the Chines) palac treasure." Hail, Kong "William Hill, an American, hai I- en tin. 1 SIM for sketching the d< fence* of Hong Kong." Tt.e London correspondent of ths Berlin "Kreuzseltutig" had an Interview with a Japan? ese ara, I.,' here yesterday. The attache said that he learned private!) from friends acquainted with Manchuria that, for a trained army, cam I lng In thal region woulo i.aster In win? ier than In summer. The iee In the Gulf of Corea would nol prevent the free movement of the Japanese warships. Washington, Oct. -'?? Secretary Gresham has n ived a cable dispatch announcing thal Min? ister Denby arrived al Peking on Saturda] ii relieved his .,,r,. who haa been acting a* the United Stat's representatlvi ar ths Chinese capital for the las' six months. v.- bo-na-la, Empress of China, waa the daugh? ter of Kouen-Hseang, banneret pref* t. She waa married tn the Emperor al Peking on Februarj _?-, 18*8 ? FRENCH CABINET NE \UI.Y IIVERTH Rt IW.N, ? aili I M. RESTA1 RANT AM' CAR-HIRE RILLS tRi n *E A BT( IRS IN THE CH MISER Paris, Oct, 28 There wa* a ?tor my debati In the Chamber of Deputle* to la) over the a of M. Pavetle, a high official In th.- Ministry of Commerce. In the account* were Included bill* for dinners al Volaln's on MO occaalona, at I I r - \ tba, each for l " ? of Juatl ?? and M Lourtli . Minister of Commerce. Premier Dupuy admitted lhal thee* billi were Irregular, bul thought there was no circumatance connected arith them which would justify Ibe prosecution of th- offender* M Jaure*. however, demanded thal th" person* contracting then* billa bi pros' CUti '1 M. Querln agreed, on behalf of rv. Government, t. consider the papen b arius on M. Kavir. ? ?? pendltures, although h* ?? i not think thm an) of (enc* had been committed Amid great exclti M Jaures then moved that "the chamb-i bell Mn u? "f assuring thi regulai i ihe fund* granted h> it refen thi i >:?? i the ' lovel nn eui " Tl mi I ? pied h) the Hovel I carri" il bj .t vot of Un I l 1 bli In' Iden! Thi - ? ? ? : that t I for a time : h* existence of tl n of M Lour! of Como ... , Hack i dire if i bj .lin.- R ??? ah f of C it.ln. ? I' ivel le vner wai . th lin illy ai th.- effort "f M :.???- i lion M Qui rlr. repudlat the sta ? i, and with t - ' h ive the a ,..-,?.. Thi* dJapatch is ?,f the ulmom *lgnlncanc? The ineidi: ' ha furnished om mo.? ? ? I Socialist* and othei membei ol ihi opp wh i I. i.. onstai ll) .t ? .-? r ne i ipr* ? (tovernmer.l of all aort* of mann i -. ? ucl ... . nr. i ;.r I ? (trallon na v>. j,,.:;,. ? . i ! j, ii tm< i ? - i' chan - ? ? i- ill ii.. I',tr,ari, i ? I i't pi loon M I Ulh* - ' ...... .1 ., -? ;u,"K".it loaded with Ihe -in nf -?, man) other ll eemi tl.a' the I '!? iml ? r ol I >epiil ? ? h |i r. rmined lo put a atop to thi ti la ri tie* of tome French official. *lnce li hm t.-'k.n no a ? ,-?- of relative); little Importance, Thi Prlmi Mlnli ter, M. I ? lpn). h .j not ? I sign. I. but in ma Irlien to li h) an ."I \ r- x,'i' ol the C .: lt* t. .'li i rt * ? ? r t ?? Hat lol , liv- lo Ti -??.ri .r .'???. ? ?? : r r m.. ? ll i r. tam int and . i r, .!?? billi of a n "ttl" il Mini*try ,,f ' ? ? AN AMEPICAN MURDERED IN MEXICO Oaxaca, Mexico <' ? '? Th< h I) of Hem Phillip* ? civil nalneer wa* v ind n Sal ii ih,. public road i ar th town of La* Vacai lt wai evident rh tr he hi i bui?h< ' '?' brig ind and sj, v an i thi v robb, i ol a r m*l lerah'.i - money Mr Ph ; xx..- in Vnn i i mp' ? ? ? I In the eonMructI in of th< Mexl an H il rn Ra h rad. TURPIN'S "INVENTION" A SHAM I.ovi..n, 'i t ..-f> "The Dally News" correspond, em In Pal ir- ,:ax M Turpin'* much-discussed Invention was pub llahed lo-day lr. accordance -.viiti the French Patent law lt la merely a rockel charged with powder and shrapnel Almost ever) assumption ,,' H..- Invent) r In de ilgi In lt i' ai > xplodi i fal la -. This in tbs Invention which Turpin *?id that tha dorman Oovernmenl was bargaining to buy from i, ni His si;,t,m. n raised a great hullabaloo In France, and hr,ally two Tari'- reporter* Indii '.1 him lo decline ih- Herman offer, and give bli ? i machine t" thi French War liepartment. ?? HELPINO THE JAPANESE VT HOME s.ta Franc! Oct tt Japaneae resident* if the Pacific Coast hav, recently remitted to Ihe War Department of Toklo 110.000, to be used In thi pre eni cai lian again*! China Another WO.ntiO owl II tn -? next -.-???li. and periodical remlttanci will be iu .. ; n* a- the a tr la I ? THE GARTER GIVEN TO LORD LANSDOWNE I., . lon. <?' i. -?> Thi ' >i :? i of Ihe <: trier haa been . ? ? ri ? i upon l/??ri Lansdowne, formerly ?;>?. ern i '; neral of India. IH PRESIDENT HYPPOLITB TO RETIRE? Kingston, Jamaica, Ocl tl Th* Bteam*r A thoa, from Port iu Prince for New-York, brim: ad vlei thal Prealdenl Hvppoll'.i ,.f Haytl la stout io re *ign .'i f iv >r of Nord Alexi* .1 i innis RC LL'A 11111:1) Y li 11,1 Bosaervtlle, N I., Oct. Bl. Jacob Bwarts, a Cum laborer al the Relle Meade Block Farm of Charles Howell Cook, sra* gored to death Un* afternoon bj ss Infuriated Holstein bull, Bwarts bad entered tbs bull's pen to care for ii winn tba animal tore florri ir-- rios.- lb* ur,;; l,\- Which ll Wa* fastei ll on accou.I Iti vicious nature. The i.aii ii thi largi *l "f bl* i.r""ii in the country, and xx.ts form. il-- ii"- property of Senator McPherson. Bwarts is th* third man tin- animal ba* kIllili. .1 XBW'TOBBBB OBABQBD WITB ABDVCTIOB New-Haven, Ocl. ts. Jasper Smith, of Nan fork, and William ll Keyes, of Jersej eily, srere arrested .n thia city to-day on complaint of Airs Elisabeth Frelelgb, of Henry-st., Brooklyn, charged arith abducting Miss Elisabeth Prelelgh, the com pis Ina nfs Blxteen-year-old daughtei Roth smith and Ki y a ar., men ot i. ,.a ra nee and about thirty veal-.- old, and deny iii" charge Smith I* m lumlnesa and hai office* al Nos lOi and 111 Woos .,.,-. st. New 'mil' K'X".-. say* be owns a saloon in tba Opera House block, .l-rs-y city, it?iii prison? ers arr- held In default of 11.008 ball each for trial on Wednesday. Mrs, Frelelgh left town for urook ljn thi* afternoon A M ll I oliy STE Ail ER MBA Ul I'l: THE Ni -ia Ks- URRA KS HER BHAFT TWO PAYS OUT FROM Q 1LVESTON FOR TOW PORT Oalveston, Oct 9 The Mali.ry Una ateamshlp Nu.m. which lefl here October M for New-York, iir,.k" her shaft on the si -n I lay out. when about ! 0 mllci fi ni Q ilvi aton She la now Ij lng off Trinity Shoals, 140 miles down the coast, whither abe arorked ber \x i\ undei sall. The tai; Carbonero hai rone to brine her lo Halveston, where ahe will trans f r her paxsenger* t., iii" Rteamahlp !.?? ona. The shaft of Hi.- Ni. ea will bc repaired al thia port. Th- Nuecea la a steamer of I.M7 lona regfaler, and xx is bulli st Chester, Penn., In ISM. Bhi nins regu? lar!) on iii- Mallory Une between this pori and | i lalvi jv.ii, lou iiiiii; at Ki y Wi it. All. sui: THE nu 11> rr, in ii. ii TH BEE TOE BRIDE PRIEST ANO Ot'ESTS WAIT FOR HIM IN VAIN THE rot NU WuMAN ALMOST PAINTS, lil T illili ntlRNOS AM' RELATIVES DANCE DESPITE HER ORIEF Mis. Kate M iran, of EMsabeth, sraa i" be married on Sunday evening at St Mary's Church, In that city, to John Uh nn, of Centreville. The pr..-st. t:i" Rev. Eugene Carroll, waa walting at ii"" church for tb* bridal party, arhile the ym-'is Invited to th.- re? ception, which waa to t ik. place al tha home of Mr. aim Mis M. vi. i Carney, No. I'-".- l> laware-Bl . bad all il ? I lhere, together with the bride and h.-r maid "i honor, Miss Kati Malony, and the best man, Michael McNamara, of Elisabeth. Hut th" bridegroom 'lil not appear. There waa .??'!. sklerable exi Itemeni among Ihe guests, and the t,r:i. when ahe n lilted thal she had I.e. n deserted, nearly fainted and wa* led sobbing to her p.om The coach which waa walting t" ..trrx the bridal party to th* church xxa- ?.-nt away, uni Ihen a consultation wa* 'i'l totween th* relative* of th< brldegi "'in ar ho x\'T" present from Jersej Cit) and Brooklyn, an I ihi I the bri i> srhai lould be doni lr xx..- le ii-, hold thi v --atlon an) how, ind tl te na. -t ali ind mail" rn. r rx- for houri an i almost forgot rh. unpli asani n l< It has I" "ri leann -ir.room li '?'? . .; h..11- In Centn villi earl) S.itui lay ? been Been of him hx an) nf hln acquaintance* Ile \* thlrt) \*.*r* old and Ml** M i t* ?? en lt,.", an native* if Si Helen's Lal i ihli I'nalan I. and have known ? ich olher '. - \- ir She it rons y suapecta thal a relative of hei fiance Influenced hi* ,i ?? lot ? - ? TBT1XG Ti> RETA IX 'TO! EX KOXET Cincinnati, " ?? rn rh*rle* Monsanfleld ih* al leged tu- robber making fight against the Adam* Kxi er the money ta k- ri fr.an : rn it the linn- hi aral j- r r ? -' ? ? i ll it ri.xpre** .- imp in) cann I Identlf) el i' 11 irv belonged to them Mil K infli ld'* altoi are arnie i a Uh nt, in li.' thal their client s not ??,..:? n th* robbi r\ Thi ca** rill im< up lo m irt ra m In .1 i Ige M ? rre'i ur asks in sri TBE CtiBPAXIEK' ROOKA Alh in) Ocl .?? \ , ii,-," ? ? rai i I to to-day by H. M Thom] r. nf N a-York gain*! Mai i ii,i lion i rooklyn mad Corni klyn Helghti H alls ra I r impany Mr Thompson a tia* v . li r ? nplali i- ',,'?? . ? ? fi ti - ive Im rlth * f ll Mr. T ? Urinal rn ??:.-. i , a Suth ir murder uyxteb. CLEARED ur Will ? ibarr* Peni ? ? I ? I H"xx a teen yeal of a to night. He made a t ' I mar ler of Ihe I ? ?? ? Uer xx h ? xx t- k si. |... mi.. ? lasert* that rti. I Ihe Vrtt'l.ir Mlk< .I"!ni .-I.! .!? nu" ' ' BOO*) after th* murder, Howman and his friend left ?itv, th. ft rI".-r returning th* I ir ' , >.i rt if r :? to < 'olorado Ph" poll . abaoluti 1\- refn.e r,, t ? il tl if Iii. ; I lief eel I vi ? ? ? no* ll ? . ? ? ? ?? ?| |. . ? ' ? I ?? .i -xl., ? : .? ? viii.? ? ? liol ? . : ?' . | ? . red He I Ilvi !enrit!"s Row man BM Ihe |hi ll.t I iff A KU UH WITH /?' 1 /v '? STOt.E\ KTAUI'A I .-? ? i: ? ? .???.-? ?? ? in -ontlnued th< heai . nf Harri I, onel Urown and Charil I lal . ii.tx .? ii. en ? t"l"' ' ? - Hu rea u ol ir, : rr intlnr. In '?'? W uh im I ? Sn, ? md C, v ???...? ...,, ire im lei ari? i ii ,', ? bing ... .1 I. ! I ? l, nf No l - Wi I ? ind C lt Mefarty. of No 12 V tl leatb I tn.it they had i im| from Brown I ?? -. Ilvi M Wann f Ihe Si ? ?. ? nlfle! that wi r-d Hi ??? n : ? > pri*.irer -ul h* . i I . I - ! ? ? . , , Uro* -i I.il ? ll ht them fi. ii m I.-- ti ? i i ? \ ? ? 11 ? fr im LS to ? ? ? the real 1 ..lu II 11 ? ? on m.?ti.ii! of h ? ?? I , 11,-. i ,i .? had anything to du he stolei ? >v ?' ? i await i ? I ,-r i- U ra nd Jury TUB gr \ ni iv i in/i/ ti in rh, Atlantic City, N. J.. Ocl . ? Th* srn h of Ihe hr. <? rri.s't i schooner Sunbeam, whleh ix. nt lahore j sterday In a henvj northeast blow, nra* rashed high and lr) on Ihe bea h tin- morning it high tide. The ? li ;t lol ti lo* She ,x.-is bound fr.im N.-ix york lo 'i berta N .1 mi \xtis loaded v.iti, mal Captain Stile* and hi* ?rev 'i-r, re* led fr,an th. rlsajing by the life .i\ Ins crew 'I i." ve el liecami unm maui ible brough ih" lo- of hei ? ei in bom I // /1 Ll: iril/r \i,n ,s. The Dalles "r<- v.' 9 Frank cline, son ol ?ir-. Marshal ? lin. and I Ul* Sat .t ?? hose I ithei reull i . . . ni Mils dlstrli t for years have ii ??" ii i"-i< I '"i Ihe rn lld Eapn *? robbei . ol -?i."" All bul l? .?. i rei overed Kr,, th.and lollara nra* found In ihe hons,- ,,: the rx Marshal fhe arrest ha* caused a .'.aiton The t>ollee arere i" ' i ut on i'l ? ? nt i.' . ; i Isoni r in ih?- Portland Bil Nashville, Tenn., Ocl 9 imus Hendricks a ...I a I -. -.' ???>! ti i' In r. wai va) laid .,'; I i .? lea 1 b) mme unknown larson ii Ooudletsville I* I nlxhi I..'-' hundred men -tr.- nuntin* foi the assa* ,,, in I ii round he arlll Im lyn. heil >n, Vi/. .' ' '? ai Roi *i i one of the n. i. r-harged arith in,!.lum up ? Southern Pacific ? (bound overland train .i fear ***** uso near itarleopa Station, and noa confined in j.ul here lending ?? hearing on Indictment* found hx- Ihe ? ind i-i ol i'mal i'ouniy, madi ., daring and dino ? -a. '1 allei ipi tn rm-ape lasl night .,? had removed all bill one lay el ul brieks from i,,. i,ni.-i sall of hi* .ll Ali.oi his nitrations were ir "t." i "Kid" Thompson arhom the Southern ?neille detective* ar.. \ <>: kiu< night ind dux to a.itnre. ,- thought i" I-- In rhts nelshborh.i Muncie, Ind., Ocl 9 An Immena* na* areli which ms been drilled m.rrli or Muncie ha* proved to be ,n.. of ih-- *lrongeal in Ihe gas belt, yielding ovei -. ii , ulm- feel a day Since Saturday morning he driller* hav- been attempting io pack the wll o prevent the ivasti ol gis I p io last ntuiii ihey ve * ni uei sful, and are pussled as t., bow ih.-x nil get tin monster well under control Va.|iii: ,i 'ii Ocl 9 The steamer Homei ar .?..'I here yesterday from san Francisca Among iel passengers were the craw o'. Ihe American iris i W i.mas from Hoossport, Puget Sound o .--.-in Francisco, with a cargo of piles. The '-hi|i va* abandoned at ?> o'eloch ?>n lbs mornim.- of oe ,,;, i I in a waterlogged 'ondltlon Kanpa* City, Mo Ocl 9. Bdward Kgan, who xas killed b) Governor l.ewelllng'a nephew, Polio* ii i nit i. iv Hampton, on Saturday nlghl in var-K.-ts City, Kan. waa Identified yesterdai aa ons if the most esnerl "crooks' ia lbs West. The ..Ml . ?? .tv ihai he ?as knosm la ths police of i'hl ago, Bl Louis Cincinnati mid Kansas 'itv. snd ii.ti hs photograph may he found in many of th. OKUe*' i.nl|. ll1 ? IhroUghOllt i.i" ""ililli Chicago, ?' : -' I'" a ii--is corpua proceeding* ?egon .ri August last by Mrs, Anni ll Byers agalnal >i 'I'.rim.h. John Davis, llenr) ll. Shield* and ?eter I. Kimberly, t i recover hei Inaane rallltonaur* uiaband, Ebeneser M Ryera. of Pittsburg, wera te loy dl*ml***d, with costa on complainant, on motion >f ^-Solicitor-General Aldrich, This puta an end to he .ega! trouble In una elly. WORKING FOR WHEELER. INDEPENDENT DEMOCRATS Iii il.I) A BIO MA88-MRJ3TIKG. HILT, AND ORA NT SCORER ''MM. SCIItTRZ'S WORDS Mi; WURRUCK iitKsKNT - wii.i. .'?irt DRACK KNIFE MR lill.I.'.' The Democrats who gre r.itng lo vote for Everett l'. Wheeler for Governor held i mass meeting last ni^ht in Cooper Union for the pur? pose of letting Ihe world know how they loath.-, hat.- arl despise Hr, Hill. They spoke with s voles whii-h was snythlng bul uncertain. Tou might hav.- thought you wi r.. al 8 Republican meeting, except that thi names of Mr. Cleveland snd Mi. Wheeler brought forth s,,m,. ch.s. The storm of blase* which greeted and trailed after the name of the regular Democratic nomi? nee for Governor made one almost tear t tau t some ?team pipes had burst. Bvery mention c Btrong and ('..ff brought forth the heartiest sp plause, A feature of the evening was th" (ap? parently) unexpected appearance of Mr. Wheeler. Of course he had sn ovatl m. There wera only a few va ea ni seats In the big hall during the earl) part of the evening. Three Tammany men wh vociferously objected t.i hearing Hill and Gram scored s,> mercllesslj were eji "ted by th" p/dlce al ii," vehement demand of the people. No overwhelming enthusiasm was shown for Mr. Cleveland, and 'he reference I i the "greal sub? ject, tariff reform." fell almosl flat. Rober! A Wldenmani -ailed "li" meeting tn order ll" Introduce . Ch irlea ,-: Fair >h ld presiding (Ulcer nf th? evening Mi Fairchild r? ?? ii.-I a hearty round .f applause H" -aid th. \ asked for Mr. Wheeler Hi. .j.I-.!- of ail li.-ir... m's wh , wished v. vote f..r a m.-ti win. alway* lil been and always xx.,'! i tr'1" to Ih lr principles, and ? uld not vote f,,r on- who no' onl) 'onl betrayed them, bul hail also brought dishonor and di i upon the party, .uni who, the) believed, would do rh" i ime thing irv If |. islble, gr ater measui in the future li he were again lux.-'".I \x.:h ?h. ir mis'. Hill had brough I such shani" ami . mfualon upon th* Democrac) thar it was threatened with almosl annihilating def< il in ['itt "f the union. un.i. was tim: CAC8E A majority f Republican* were elected mem? bers of the I '? v.i'i na Conventl n rn th.- i"-. |.'." had l st confldeni e ia Mi" Dem - rntli ,,,-. on a?i iunl of iii misdeeds liv; x\ is the ..ii" wh- mad" I' " immll itv mlsdee?|s Mi. Fairchild ask. d them ti r m ?? ih* man who had brought th.'tn in'-, ill tl ? ? I g< r t . b| . aker sal l he v -l ig ilnst Mayi ul . ! publl m ral:' r- ? qui'- | thal !"? man wh, 'nil beei fal* I p irtll trust ? ? "i 'h' "I i '?? Int ested snh .m nther, however well h* thought in- might p ? hi. ..tl HI* am-. .' i I ?? : i ... ? a-ard th* member* ntl >n ,.' 189.1. wh ? mlnated Maj i . threi men who had li mpt< ?! mp lb i ? r ? ir.x. n Maynard i gan atl m. ? onventlon and a majority ol i gn ii I ? ' i position whi rei , ive th igh defeat and dis .,, i f these threi Davl D Hill a i* ,! ; ? ng that, al .- , he ha I VOti I '1 ll H IWlci :. W iiii'l ,-?,,,- ? ce ai other effort except li ? all that xxa. meant b) the ix rd* Shi ianl*m, Murph) I i , I millsn BPRKCH OF Ml: gi IH RZ L*mg ipplause foll ared tbi i. b, and th.-n Carl H shut i xv.t - inti du. I. and ap ka In ;? ii as | il .x - v . , I ai, ? v. ? not i rased In act ? poii n hui laking a warm Interest rn the public wei ran I am i. lo tell you wh) ll link thur Havld lt HU ? ? ind thai . .x nd l-'.x. I.or p ? . ,'? Hill... 'ill.'ll. 1 ,in j!.oi. ' .,.,...,: ... | , I j,,. . .?' ??.. hl-'O X ? ll kl oa n, ' '? r ? ;.. tl i ' ... i - i ? t h I * m u i ? i whi. b I* lo '? li ?'?!?. ihe ill) "' \.,i i?[|i ?? i by tin Inhal I lit I .Hutu.tux Hall ll nas ..tit- been . :.th it Tan tall I* i . iou* fi.. j....... i , Hui recent dlaelo ??. .??in, of rubbery, of vii plat led and protect i,. li m ,,r ri h. I ,.|.| i ? . ? i ?. I upon rh. imho ? ? ?.,. ind I he hell le* ne fal lu un ", al.ti ? ^- ? . tallon l knott r nu i H ill li I.mr.I ?-, "i, Iblllt) foi nine ni nit. ? ? ? by the Tam - ? ? ? ? ind in rh ram ma nj ;.-ill ragi i ? ',..,,; impimi) ? ri .... Tami ix" : I., mn ai ? In i "-.x pi, and i he) .? i ? In I he ! .i minni i <i ?!? nt <?' Kn li.mel Min; ??? ' he xx.a I I. mid uftl :? i III im ix IV/.-I i-ounli ind h>i iel ? ? ,t ?o-. ? ? meni ix hb h. it, foulni - if coi ruptlon, ur Insatbihle rapacity, In criminal ri. . iv r in I o, ; ? ? -no. ol 'I" lowly, , inn In fan r ile I Appia nae t I h. too i ? Ills. ? if Nevi Toi k co luded nt la ti.tt it ?n timi ??? make an ??! o ..' his Thc) in .vitil,?cl ii CH) I "bib, i> nd ';.... I ' lo- ? i; ni, ?.: nnd ' lei man A mei lei , ? , i h..i- nthel ho,ll- - and 'i om ?! 1) '" dil ?!,. ? I ? loilllei fOI .i inion ,.- ,i!| I.? ??:. ii ,\ iih".I Hoi of [.arl) ill n itnsl I mail) i'l" 'I' nun .mi rhler* L" ami ilarmed i ! ? x a* .. i lament . omlng Theil h< I chief, "I a. k i rokei r....k ?.. id | ? . '?? h.- uaih'-n I up Ihi i 11.ix fortune in- had from In-- reva ., HU,..- Ol N'cxa x, Ol I,, m. I ; . 'li ,? i| i : , . r.mpla. ..niiv . onadoua ? >'. hnvli In r-arx.-i Iii ... mon Mm the other Tammnii) lefi sere n ? ? i .mfortabl) iel I led The) had to brave the ? on.M..- Rtorm H"->x could the) def ea I al the muni i, al elect found them ? -I."- pul i" (hell wits, a ul tri",I .arion. .|. . |, .? The) ".nix il." -or,.- of harmony aa sw,-rix .> an) bui ls 11.? do ? Tl .X would foi neal al ?? Kl d.-elxm Tlux -\ ? 11<i noniiii ile a high ?? i ?? i i ltlx< n f", Mayor. The) would even indorsi ., uk.' noni Inateil io reform l?ei.rats They wi .;.| tlo .ti \ thin*; t., muk. people forget the Tilter'* teeth and "Inix. until aftei election Hui ll wa* ..li in vain (Applause.) In ihe Him place, it |* said thal David li. mu has sh,,ix:, himself an Bblc in,in >,.-*, and lim' able? Hob ably he used his power ur fjovernor lo mil 11 f v ih,. Civil S.-rxi... las end I i keep m the Hallot Iteform Inw otienlns* I.rrupl practlcea! Ho* Bbl) h... look li., il ,, ii ol a public , ont rael ai,,,, therefore, '.ur of Ihe people's [lockets, for tali .int; ali n expenses! How ai'H he iratiKBted and din ted the rrlme r>l abetractlng an election return, fnlalfylng ai , I.. Hon an I Hieallni t he Ken ite! How alii) h" championed ihe crime, advorated the rlevallou of thi i r Imli il heat i Ibu n.tl of tlu- ,-tnt.. "a* an act "? *lmpl? |u*tlce,' and s.a down "in foremoBl lawyer*, .xi,., had som.. ? . ,... t for the honor ol ih. udlclal ermine, as i, "f.raii:l."-- *ei of nambi pamby*"! tCheers.) Mr Wheeler had come in neni the end "f Mr nchurs's remarks, bul remained In Ihe roar of the ?.,!?.? \ Mr. St lt utz sat down he ??inn. forward ind gol manx- h.-aiix c nee rs ami long appia i ? \s he did not ""*. : to .'peak, rn lea if "Whi ch r, Wheeler," rani: inrm-ii the hall He then auld: Felioa Hwmocrata, comrade* in man) a ii.:.: foi true Democracy; There are manx- frlcndi here tu night wh will plead lhal eau io ibl) thal it I* needle** f"r nie I" .ax s wold, excepi thal I ila Indeed th.,uk you for your kindness, and I ask ) iii ?boulder rn should, r. with all your hesrl and soul and strength, io ?" oi In this next election for the triumph "f th" CaUBC lhal x\ ? ? I ind for the c ni ? ul I ii -mo, nu li ? principle il..ur, applause.) A I.KTTKK FROM MR 0HKPARD a letter was read from Bdward M. Shepard, wh,. is in Album engaged on the rase "f John Y. M. Kane, which is in ihe ('.nut of Appeals, regretting that he could nol be present Wheelor II Peckham followed Mi. Wheeler, snd made a good speech, in which he severely arraigned Hill ?nd i li ii ii t He ha,I manx aarcaatlc tilings i , a> shout Mr. Coudert's change nf front, and sug? gested that Mr. Coudert might knife Hill, iou he did imt mention Mr flrace until sum.ic asked: ?How ai,mit Oraci '.'" ? i ira.???'."? siiid the speak i. "oh er w.. don't rpeak now; wc correspond. (Great laughtei > Th" newspapers *ny that Mr Qrace la for Hill. Sometimes the newspaper sa) wbsl isn't so (Laughter.) If Hill thinks Mi Qrace la foi him well, I think he'll be surprised on Election Hay. Mr. Grace told ms himself thal he was considering how iv could defeat Mr, HUI. Mr. Coudert *1* i ? tender-hearted that be reall) couldn't ray an unkind illina about .m\ one; bul Mr, Qrace li nm an tender-hearted as Mi. Coudert, ami w.''ii Bes "ii the otb of November bow bia win support inn." (Appiausa i The othfr speakers wera Senator Uta,Hey and Frederic W. Hlnrlchs, of Brooklyn. THE ti RE AT STRIKE IS OFF. A VICTORY FOR FALL RIVER MANU? FACTURERS, Tin: WEAVERS VOTB TO RETURN TO WORK AT THE REDUCED SCALE <U" WAOEg - THE TOTAL NUMBER OP OPERATIVEg INV< ILVND \V.\S 23,000. Pall River, Mas?., Oct. IsV-The big strike of weavers, which was begun with a four weeks' vacation ten weeks uko, -.vis declared off thi* morning, and th- strikers will return to work to? morrow morning. They were defeated by the manufacturers, and they will resume their places under a reduced scale of wages- '''"r ? ghi weeks about 23,000 operatives were thrown out "f work, and foi the hist two weeks ghoul 8,000 people were affected, The strong letter of th" manufacturers, in which lt was stated thal no conference would i?- held and no concession* made and tl"- fai t that th" union's financial re* .in-."'- w, re extrenieiy low were the causes w'l'-h broke down the resistance which has been offered. The strikers voted on Saturday by a majority "f lt in marly 1,000 vi les ii"t to return ii work. After the vote was paased several meetings of weavers In individual mills were held, and votes were passed In favor if returning to work. To-day the milla showed a gain in the number of weavers employed, a.id when n mass-meeting .vu i held In the park I.-ss than 3,000 people srere present. Th parade ol wi iverj did nol Include 200 persons. About 1,8.peratlves crowded the \. . I'-my of Musi, and speeches were made by Pecretar; Whitehead and others. The general advice given was thal it was wise to return ii work under the terms offered. A rising v .t" was taken "ti th.- question, sn i hardly twenty-five per* .nu voted to iamain out, Tin- strike has been th< mosi orderlj affair of its kind In 'in- long bl tory of labor struggles here Oeneral business h.-f been about para? lyzed, bul although bo men) people were Idle no s, ,;.,u * dist Ul ham-. * it i rn '? ??!. anl air"-: 1 .' ir drunkenness and minot -rimes fell off. Th> operatives l"st about ll.Mc.OOO In wages, while the loss i" the mills m- nol so severe, owing to thi lepresaed condition "f trade. The lympa th) if the ptihlli h ?- v.i overwhelmingly In ..f the strikers, bat lhere 1b mm-rt satls fa tlon on all sides ih?w thal the long fight is ended _ lilt: nf I11F COOK fi A SO CAPTURED. ? ..- vin.; THK SWAMPS MW WAGONER, I T POR THE REST OF THK OCTLAWS. Muskogee, I. T., Ocl M Charla* Beck, with twentj Indian denuty-Bherlffs, ihw morning rap? tured live of the Cook gang of outlaws The men irresl ire ' ? John. Moses Price, ' Reynolds, ".Hm" Hate* and "Lon" Perry The capture aa* mad.- midway between Wagonei ..nd this eitj The real of the gang 'ire in hiding ? Wagoner, and the india- police, aneri ff a and den.ny marshals are Louring trie swamps. It ls believed thal Ihe remaining outlaws will soon he under u r i .-si Kort Smith, Uk.. Oct. -' James McAlester, I'nlted st.it. s m.irs),ai for the Indian Territory, telegraphed here on Baturda) night thal a gang of presumed to )"? "Bill" Cook and his fol? lower* were making for Cameron, with the In million or holding up ihe .--uri Francisco train rn rh- i.i11." point Marsha Crump Immediately or . nixed .t for.' ten deputies and wenl to th* s. -n ? Indicated. <". the midnight train The *.|i-.H'l Brent as far south as Tallhina, where the) met the northbound train, and returned The stations at b th ' ameron and Tallhina were found to be heavily guarded. RACE TROUBLES IS SEW-OULEASS. \ CONFLICT BETWEEN BLACK ABD WHITE s. r.KV. MEN THREATENED New-Orleans, Oct. ??> Th* strike situation in this ?i has i**umed a serious phase a rei a rsc* war i? threatened. This afternoon rh"re wa. a good deal if eselteaaenl un the leesa between Jackson and si!1: ?t*., the aceni of Baturday'i riot, lused by port thal a foroe of srmed negroes was march ng r i the scene t> avenge th" action o' the moil ri ? ii ia. in a moment every pltce of buatnesi ? ted and a i wu i -,,-n led Wo mi ? Idren r.m :-,t-, thi r houses for ling al ni- in mi ni to hear the re. oort* of shooting Chief ol Poll Gaster s.,nt , .: thi allege : trouble. Th. moment irv- .crewmen of thi *hlp* h-ar.i the re? port, the) swarm I out, nourishing their revolver! tl- -. bul th not And the enemy. To? night th men congregated In th* neighborhood, and * repoi thal ea and whites are j re ? rn irma Th* ijovernoi arrlvi lt ^ ? an i hei l a long I i sdtl ???? . rectors if the I' vron Rx lil ? I "x| ? :? i thal hi xx III or !? r o ll thi mpllr il ? furthei riie .Itu itlon. the xxiii;.- 'longshoremen lo-da) Btruck against n XX ,11 ll . ? 'i, ii - fi Idard m. Co Int. . i | their ahip* ind t hla i expected tu ? ? .io>.n William*, a colored acrewman, u.i- <'m\ .ml I!) vi >-au led il ls iftern ? >n by Michael Biri. , - .1 merchant and ;- n.>xx al large Tne men ? ? ? . peak In a loud ton -. an I H.r. illdose thi negro. ? nt tuTt rios t\ *?i i ii m um i Si .ax Palls, H !>. Oct 9 W. J. Wagner, travel it for the Qreal Northern road, ha* returned '? in i tri] thi igh the northern pan of the State, re'.] --r; k a nIth !: luth. Ha re? port* ; ip ?? leatltute cir umsi ince*. Neai osceola and nest nf ll n'holi township . ? ? ??? I" the sun ,in.| wini ,t- dry and barren as t iud stock was rei ered * rthless, a* ther* ,- no feed one family wa* found eating hon .j FATA I Arru il IX ALA Ham i Birmingham, Ala., Ocl 9 ri A. Cameron, i ton i lyer, and R F Allison, a lumber merchant, \ ?: a bimini s n ni u 'tlon th i moi n and blows followed. Town Msrshal I \\ ried to atop iii" ti..-iir, xx hi n the pbttol ? on* ..r th combatant* waa discharged, The bullet pierced hi* heart, killing lum ln?tantly Be vera, ii ?: ? -i t.Ts a-ere fired, Cameron receiving a winn I in Hi.- b ix mi VII Imo n getting a bullet in thc groin ii is tl.[ht both will die A WEALTHY UCBAX DI US AT REA Mew-Orleans, Ocl '-"' The steamship California, which arrived vestal lay morning with BB Immi? grants from Sicily, brought al o the bod) ol Joaquin Infante, wh died during the voyage Mr. Infante waa . ne "f rh.- wealthieal and h-sr known resident* of New-Orleans, ll" was born in Cuba, being de -.???ni. I from the bluest-blooded Caatltlaa stock. He amassed ,i large fortune out of Havana tobacco, and later moved to Louisiana. ? >n October IT Mr In? fante vxi- attach I with ipoplex) and .:!.?.! In an hour His i,oi> xx.is preserve.! In brandy and hi h un. Tn purser ol the California committed suicide i.v jumping Imo the *ea txxo .lavs before the ? ? reached Port Kail* tXORIXd lillis in UURDRR AXD SUICIDE Pori Wayne, Ind. Oct 2:> Th* Catholic charge of Bt. Joseph'* Hoapltal .v.is thrown Into a atate of excitement al I o'clock yeaterda) morning by a shooting ultra) tha1 looa place In on* ,<f the barga xx ii is Huber' Aller am John Hoffman, both "I.I a. ti, iel for the past len years assistant janitor-, ot, nj., i the ward with fou other men, inmates of th* Institution. Hoffman sums time ag., procured a revolver and accreted I' for the purpose ol shoot? ing All.-- h.,ans, h. inoreii bo loudly. Last night Aile* anored louder than usual, and Hoffman in a ram- fired, the bullet entering the hack .-f th.- neck h , .u liv righi e.tr fouling out under the right jaw. When Hoffman realised whal li" had dane ha turned rh,, revolver "ti hlmaelf and (Ired. The bul lel glanced "fi and lodged In the wall, hut examina? tion developed that it had fractured the skull He regained i msclouaneaa long enough to tell the frightened Elater* tiiat h.. had shut Mles and then himself lt th men >r? still alive, bm sinking rap idlv. anl vi U live bul ii short time. BClXt, Ills FICKLE RWBBTBEABT. Milwaukee, <?.?! fl .dolph Bebops wants iiu.oibi for breach of promise from Katherine l'ltger, the daughter of s Qalena-et sierchant in bis soi plain! lt ls stated that on August l, Ires.',, the plain? tiff was engaged in the banking business in Berlin, ti, i ut.tit'. II- ?.iy? that he met Miss I'itger. pro poaed marriage and was accepted. Acting" upon her a,ni-e. Mr Schotts says that ba iii posed of hi- bualnesa Interests In Germany, and whan be sill oul ne fume io Milwaukee, waere he hope,! to marr) Miva Pitier Mr. Schotts arrived in issi, bat Mis* I'itg.o- refused io marry him Schotts ask* for lift.H'm for aliened breach of promise and an ad? ditional Jlo.uGO for the loas of bis business. BYRNES TO BLAME. . SHEEHAN DECLARES IT. TUM COM MISSION'KR THROWS HIS LOAD ON THE SUPERINTENDENT. UK Aggggrn SAVAOELT THAT BTBMaaTS PAUObbbI TO KNHiH'K THK I.AW IS RESP!iNSHII.E FOB Till-: iiiltltl 1-TMN THBOVOHOOT THK <'ITT? NBOLBCT OK THK POUCB BOARD TO dlVB DBCIgtON in THK TRIAL OF POLICEMEN Foit OUTRAOBOUg OFFENCES -T.'IK WTTXKSS LOgRg ins tk.mpkk MORE THAN ONCE. In th" to,ns.- .o' bia continued examination before the Lexow Committee yesterday, Polios CommbMlooer John C Bb .-han declared that the lutx of enforcing the laws in this etty lay with Police Superintendent Byrnes and not with the Board "f Polio.-, apparently being willing to have the commutes and thc publli betters that when ther-.- had bscu failure l i enforce the laws the Commissioners wen In no way to be blamed. TIim Tammanj Commissioner went so far as to declare that ih? re had I.n no friction between thi Superintendent and the Commissioner... and thal the Commissioners had In no way hampered .'.! Byrnes In the performan eof his duties. He also declared thal the Superintendent, with tha means for getting Informal lion ar his . tmmand, shouM hov. discovered th- bribery and i rrup tlon in the department, and it: (gel that this cor? ruption would n,.t have been possible had tho Buperint mdent done his duty. The statements of iii. witness l.-d Senitor O'Connor to deeiart that then- was an attempt to unload responal billty upon Superintendent Byrnes, and that tha Superintendent would havi t" be "ailed a* a m itness b rfore the committee. Commissioner Sheehan tried to break the force of th" admissions which ho made u^t greek reia ;.- to th.- Budden CloSBEg Of '.h.- poolroims In iii.- ? ity after Richard Croker had given the word to have thtm closed. He deo! ired that he did not know thar Mr. Croker had had anything to .I" wi'.', th., cloging of the poolroooas. Then ha reiterated bia ststement 'hat h?- believed money had been paid Ly ihe pool-sellera for protSCtlOB* and ii- sa: i he had heard a report that ths in n?y had :.n paid to Superintendent Byrnes. When questioned as tu what step- h* hal taken to - tgate tha- report, ru declared that he had nevei received any Information to support s> barge thai thc Superintendent had received the money, md that he hal come to the conclusion that the report x\a-< unfounded II" said he also had ,1'iir i a report that the Commissioners had received some of the money paid by the pooaV sellers, but he knew th-it was false as far as hs bimi di waa ? in -"rn.-;. John W. Ooh?, of counsel for the committee, .-ille.; the attention of the witness to a number ..f cases In which policemen accused r,f grave offences had been tried by the Commissioners msn) months ago, arni 'h.re had been no de cisions yet aa to the auilt or Innocence of the accused men In i one cases Mr Sheehan pb id" i Ignorance, anl n others hs said h" had been ral-, t pass ui" n th" vases, bu* thgfSj had h..-: delay because other romtnlsslonerg ?lad ii i| been ready to acL In the case f <"ap tiiiti O'Connor, the witness said thal a verile* had been delayed i>"-iu >? Commissioners Muff* vax anl Kerwin, who had i". n appointed since rhe trial of th- Captain, hal nol reid tbs :*e tlmony. When it was shown by th" record that Captain O'Connor hal been tried upon a chugs of a.HHUltln* * ritlsen in ISM. and that there had been n. lecislnn hy the Commissioners 1:1 rh. ?? .-...x m th.- time ..f his trial in April last f.,r maintaining a poolroom in his precinct, Um ixitri"?s said in was not i Commissioner at tut ?'.ir..- of O'Connor's former 11 iii anti could not explain the dela) In getting s ?i'lusion. Th" witness, when questioned about the reports mad" by I'nii,.. Inspector Williams n the '-om lo Mn Ri \ 1 ir Parkhurst and o-hers there, wei disorderly houses In rh" Elev* entli Precinct In Captain Devery's time, said ?hat lu- Parkhurst had declared thar his or? i",-r in making the complaints was nu to ''lose. up disorderly houses, bul to attack the Polios) Board, For thai reason, the Commissioner de ?i.ired. 1 ?? had ceased 1 regard the 'hardes of iv Parkhurst a worth) if much notice gt ono linn ll-1 sdmltted rh ir In reports by Inspector Williams to the Commissioners there had been explicit .!? rials ,.f tbe 'barges mid.- hy Dr. ['arkhurst ?lut. there eera certain disorderly house* in Devery's precinct, and that later the proprietors of those h mses had b.'.-n arre?.;?d and convicted upon evidence obtained bv agents of Dr Parkhurst'* society, When he was isked if thu did not prove thal Inspe tor William*, whom li- wanted to have appointed a Commis? sioner, had ni id" fal*1 rep ors. Mr. Sheehan howed his rage by intimating thal Dr. Park? hurst'* agents had started the disorderly house* f ir thc purp iee "t making Williams out an ""ffl .:,! liar" Wh ' ih i' immlsslon^r was still tn a ras-e, ha xi- ask. d if he had h vird a report that Mr. Ma Lean was the onl) honest member of the Poll., Board, anti li" sud he had heard such a report, but did not .vileve lt. He refused to sav if he hg i heard fiat the Commissioners* arith the exception of Mr. MaeLean, were ,-,->r rupi ar.d bribe-takers and alth nell he admitted ?hat rh-r.- iriu'hr have t" .ri BUCh S srir-nnent published In nearapaper*. hs said he had nog begun any sun for libel on account of such nsaV Mentions, Lleutensnt-Oovertior Sheehan, the brother of the witness, was present part .,f the day to h?ar ih.- t. stin..ny. and apparently to give ai.l and tupi ri to thi wi I"--1 The testimony of Com? inis*! mer Sheehan win I." continued to-day. \ Tr.lom" reporter railed n Superintendent Hyrnes las: night hut the officer would iv-ither reply to nor discuss the Implied charge of neglect .f duty made hy Commissioner Sheehan. AH he ?? ml 1 say was that h- could not talk .-.n tho matter until he appean I b.-fore the c.immittesj 1- 1 witn '*s. ?? ? SH FE II A NS JI EA V 7 CHA ROE. HE HOLDS BYRNES RESPONSIBLE FOR POLICE CORRUPTION. DECLABFS THAT BB DID BOT 1*1 BU PITT \ DJOLD ABD OPBB ATTACK i>N THK HJ. PEB1N1 KM'l.NT mi: CASB OP CAPTAIN 0*CONKOB AM' THK .maw things THK 1 -iiMMI-Sli'NKKS PAILBD TU DO BOW SHBBHAN I KT BIB** BbBLP BB "LIBBLLSny \\ tTIitll T I OIKO \NV THIN'i ABOUT IT When :! Sen.:!" thveaugattng Committee be Kan assembling yesterday In Tart l of ths Sip.rio* Court, which is larger snd lighter than Part II, emera they had been sitting for several .lays pre x-v.iisiy. ?Tniie inc" Bradley advanced to hts sst*, teagues and With an op. a Lox Sf snutT rStpMStSi them to help thaagsslves, "Incle Dan." said Senator Lexow, "u I* piahs .,, 1.n that you .re good I ti a pinch." "Tbs Pope's reporter,'' i'i her Ducey, was early in the s.-t ne. and fran tba argy that Lieutenant* il. v.ni.u- Sheehan anl his brother, tbs C unnils ?toner looked al hie- as they passsd by it waa id.tia that tbe reverend Catholic reformer is not loved by the Tammany magnet** Tha examination >f Commissioner she.-h.in mam resumed i>> Mr Oof at lifts a. in. ??Ind you pr. side at the trial of laptuin O'Con? nor'"' was aske I. The witness dil mt answer th" saaBaSJasJb but isk.d Mr. QoC faff liberty te make an explanation, mil before counsel had tim- to say anything la rep.y. h.- rattletl along Ilk" this: "I want lo say. by iv ix ..f explanation in regard to gay law aarinss. <hip arith ax-iudge Urawa*'*-? "18 lt." said Hr. 1 luff, "in explanation of any Matti rnony which you hav- gtvso uj in thl? stand?" "lt ls to substantiate nome testimony which I havo lin ail; gtveSJl" ?aid the Commissioner. ??Ti.-n tint ls unnccess.ir>," Mr. Goff said firmly. |