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NEW-YORK, MONDAY. NOVEMBER I!). 18?4.-TWELVE PAGE?. PRICE THREE CENTS. TO SEE THE ('Z.Mrs BODY, fSXBBTt THOUSAND PERSONS WAITING To GET INTO THE CATHEDRAL. VANY JIM? BEEN IN TUB UN,?: FORTTEIOHT I HOt!'?- ]T.."'1AMSTI"N OR THK ..?,?. ? ITERAI? WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE Tu-i-vv REI Pilot's. BERVICES HELD REUROAXIEIN | ?; in: Rl ssi w MINIS TUS. Pt. Hte?l ;'1'? N'"v ,v 11 :- ' atlmated ; at JO.OO? G**?"5,r,s wtn waiting this evening to get into the tmtBt lral '" "??"? the Cxar'a body. The BM %t\tmm\ ? ? ? - fr ?rn the do >r. Thou tmmUMi ? waiting since Friday night. \s the eveniti?- ? ?-an red th-y became Impatient, tgitttta tumultuoua. In the rush?? for th aromen Wnl I aevergl men ?rere trampled on, ui .??i i'? ': -? lampposts and barriera wt t Th?? da) : ' ? m ? iw an ; foggy, \ rain sjaj tn aa ts misi has fallt p Intermit? ?jathr, anJ streets has-e t> en si ; , 4ni dirty s th a thin ) lyer of mu 1. This m ?!?! ?: ?*,> Impossible to see p ? half ???'> ?? : "s the great Alexander Square. *\>vertl.??;? -?. the crowd waltl ... ? ? see the d? id Cxar's : - wly p. Ion? the side of the ?quer?? neai -t the palace it waa .i cr ?a . thousa?: :- Is | ? ??. n apa ?. befar? tb? Imperial l'alace that from the oppostt. ? le they appi u d only as in Indistinct blach masa Opposlti ? ntran ??? lo ih? p ila ? tw squad roasof cu i?>?ier guards, about sixty ? ? ? pa ? . fat n? ' ? ?heii horses, Even the un irokei eagled h< Imet? glitt, p ? faintly tarotifh : ? mist, bul they did Ittth to break the dark hi ? l n; of the a ?? :.?. Hundr? '- ol car In the waitlna column. On fo ?? \\? re ssjsoaa lasses, the heavily b ?t. l \>- is? atis, tl ? ind women from a I atai ?. with their :' it capa red i ?ms, an i the ??acara ai rich trader? of th..pita!. They all hut nlli l the space before the palace, leaving only a narrow lane to Lie courtyard As the Qraad?dukes, generals and high v. blemen ?assed ? ITlcera In the throng saint??'! and the ? ' ?vered respectfully almost rev rrent;;.? Prom the pala ? roof above the court? yard gati way the Imperial yell? w standard with the b:.?. k eagles floated languidly at half-mas; An th? great bell ol St. Isa.ic's sounded the hr?ur ? : noon above the clatter ??(" small.t clocks the ' lirassler? moved slightly, as if in prepara? tori t -r a change o? programme. So ?n f"iir mount* d trumpeters emerged from the .*.????t yird Behind them f"iir heralds In black vel? ai and white lace and Charles l hnts. with ! mg feathers, rode on ti rev? richly caparisoned and lei by pr".?rns In black ? 1 ak- with White fur ?attar? A trumpeter ard ? herald took position in fronl of each squadron The horsemen bared lise) ?abres, faced about toward the palaci aft? r ihr??" fanfare . a groom handed a large white s .?? ?il t a herald from one of the squad? rons. Th?* herald then r<-.i 1 in a loud voice 1 ? tho final honors would be paid to t:?,?? memory of ?.-??ander 111 to-morrow In the f rtress, the ser? ? ?? beginning at 10:30 o'clock. The four ?? petera led the f??ur heralds back to the jali ??. Th??? squadrons wh? nd rode avaay, the "??? ?. escort a trumpeter and herald through the arch opposite in?? palace and up tn?* Great I Morskoi street, the "tin-r t?. escori a trumpeter , and h.-rai?! past.ths Admiralty Building ami out ? toward t?*!. isaar's. The heralds went through Am? >::y the wh>.l?? aftarAooa, proeJaaaaaaag l<ef.?re aYl ttit ??athedrals and In ;? tl open -,.,??- thai Alexander HI w old he burl. 1 I -morrow. The tasi State servie I 'fore, the funeral was held in the fortress athedral at 2 ??' ; k thi? aftem Representatives >f foreign ? ilers had place? near the Imperial family, Clifton R Bn ?kli ? - . the : ew A nerlcan Minist? ?ent??.) President Cleveland A?rvl ??-? were held slmul'.-ui "ously in all 11 pltal Prince ?if V the King of I) nmar'k ; on the ? '? a.l Czar?* bl ill Prince Bit k sent a a rea ? rrgi ? ? ?ts, The Fr. p h have noun ers than ? ???,_?? nati ??. A gran li ?? ?cai )??? li al 1 Ali business wl II M the E ? w, and d ?mesti t< ?? ri - a ? BOI b? . ? :?'? ! ? lelegat flft at th? Botel . , ? They hav?? brought r ?ui ? wreaths tnd IO.OO0 bouquets, which wli b 11? the d ? 'is of the ? ith? Irai. Tester : is 1 "? Zacl lecture ? Mo? w sine ila retui p fr mi Li? ]??. ... .?. b) the stud Bt ? ? v. is t .? 'Tagt blatt" says that ? . ts ? has summoned MIIJ utin, ex-Mln Imt t War and a nfldentla Alex? ander III, I ? aid him In reforming th? R ? ?bust ? ' : .' >ui novo, Il will r. ? ? from th. Ministry' of ,n" Interior l ir,ak- ? . ' M de Plewe; I ?t. Witte will re ta:,?? ? ? ?rtf ?Ho; an l the Orand-duke ?^ ? ?me Q ivernor-Ot nera ol 81 I'-!??? The "Tageblatt" I? Inf ?rme : ? the??? ha? ?-s will be ma le Immedlatelj after t????? futiera.. Th- Cxar ha? ordered that hi? weddln? ? > hot b? ? ? ??? 1 with the ? ual ? imp, V Alix's ? is?, iu, made 'n Darmstadt and Paris, ha? r?.?. : liter. I since Alexander IIP? death. Th? br!<ia. ? white satin, Inwrought with pre ciou? bi net and embi Idei*? with ellser, ?per??-.: with diamonds, ha 1?re i lesa BtrUtti ? ahm laut use of ? rape; an 1 tstelv ..? gowns, wholl} bis -k and dev ?Id cf Jew ther ad rnment, iia?. ?? been edded ?<? the Pi I ? .-He's outfit. ? H .? ? ?, -f white Kamp? : ? ivei trimmed with pearls, and another, of az'i? velvet with .< train of ihe same ?ni ?? : with sable, has??? been laid aside ?1th n ??.? r ? lab rati ?turnes ? srtpar. | j ? ? ? th? ??..??. ? Livadia c >u d he ?Meen. Th. rooms ?vhlch hav.? refitted In th*? Wl tei Palace fai the Princess Alix are .hoe?, arhlfh were occupi! ' by the ssif?? ' S ??? I ? CBsBBRK ships preparing to KIOIIT. rrs'EiP.,,-, -.M>* iv the ruart st wbi hai wbi ?-CTiLONKl. VON HANXBKEN OROAX? r/.tv; nUERILLA eoncKH London, ,\,lV i- The Central News ?Itonden? in Tien-Tsii says: "The Chinese (1 et la at w. liia: \\'?i It Includes flve ironclads, *ltlch a ? .?...? ?,?? f.,r :i hat Me. GERMA.\y AND THK WILBON TARIFF ?**????, Kor. il- The trade returns In lbs '?("? 5*re-**rlcta of Berlin aad ChamalUi show that the StST*1 ,G?"1" with the United Btatea has In? se**,*1 Kreativ since th?? new Ta.iff law went into tltett. RISMA RCK'S SUPPORT WA ? TED WHT ?PRINCE HOHENLOHE IS TO VISIT THK EX-CHANCELLOR PATE OF A x ? ? Berlin ' \H:ivi s (?OMMKRCIAL ? OLIC* ?his; ? THK 'H.\\.-i:i.i,?i: BOON t.? mki;t. . Nov. is. Chancellor von II ?henlohe left Btraabur? fi r B< rltn to-day. ." ,':?,'l" tor hla visit to Bismarck. Just what li" expects to do In Varzi ? or Priedrlchsruh Is noi known, althou_h In official ? Irci? - he li noi ? ?? Po?*?"'? lo '??? seeking Bismarck's advice as to the Ministerial policy. The Rmperor plann? ! the visit. ' ;" ;" ;: ?"'? "ol so much to ?el Bismarck's politi ' ?? ' '?"*' '? to pi? ase tl?.? Herman people with an ?" : ' f courte .. to their old 1 loi Altho . . eeml off! lai pre Pr 1?? ?'???? ? bjli to Bismarck a homage, it will t? moi tits th? ? meri ici of Pi In ??? U ?hei Ii hi. w hli? .? ? ?? ?? " ? m"?? rnnce rionenione, wniii noi seektn? to adapt hi? own views to thosi of Bl? marck, will aim probably t.. secure Blsmarck'i "upporl or ? It-ration of hut pollriei at home am abroad. A? Bismarck maintain? relations wltl the mosi 1 owi 1 ful ? lerm in courts, he Is able t? Influ? n? e th? it !.. liions. He th? r? tore can helj Ihe new Cabinet materially, for Prince Hohenlohe'i tour of "n? il..ni.m has relieved onlj slightly the drain between Berlin and Munich and Carlaruhe, .!!-[,|. 11011! ! G Aeran.in and and the Prln? -? R? ?? ni Lu It pol : an 1 the Orai I duh? of Baden are iar from convinced thai the rlcal fill of Caprlvl waa either necessar) or exp? lient. Moreover, Blsmarck't opinion? ol th .? rarlan programme will help the Government round the sharp . ?rneri of Its new protectlv? policy, All dm 1 i?t as ??? th?? fate of Capri? - con ? policy ha? been set al resi i?y an utterance from Prelherr von Hammerstein, the nea Minister of ? ;;???>? In a teleg s .' ?? I? Imei Alst, th? CI? rlcal, he said: I mean t., fight honestl? for the agriculture! in? ai,l 1 shall reckon upon the aupport of the ? 'lerical pai ij Premier Crisp?, ol Italy, Is arranging to meet ! Prince Hohenlohe In the near future. The prin? cipal subject of tli?? Interview ????'. be Ihe chantre in Germany's attitude 1 wai ? England and it* b arin? upon the Anglo I '.?? ?.? ? understandln?, The Kmperor undoubtedl) Ii less friend!) to I."id Rose be ry'i ??? >\ .-iiiiii? nt thai ii?? \?..?- lo ?.? I Salis? bury's. Il? Is intent upon an aggressive colonial policy, which will Increase Oermany'? possession? abroad; and In this he la encouraged b) Prince 11 henlohe Nothing positive Is known as m Ger? many's ? ourse ;.???.?! I the n? ?? an?l more Important problem Involved In the reported rapproche.nl be tween Kngland on one s.d.? and Russia snd Prance ?.? the ..thi-r. The whole Buropean prea? agree t?iit such a ? a|.|?!." li'in. nt would altei entirely the position of the Triple Alliance and might even ,!i~ruj.t i? All musi remain uncertain, howevei until the Mlnlstrj ol SI hohu ? be finally con? ati t u t? Ii is r,.p.irt<-d that ih.? !i?-w Governor of ?!-,?? I.iirrain.? ??ill announce the ?iispenslon of the Kx ceptlonal law? immediately after entering office The cordial farewell to Hohenlo ? In Rtrasburf I? Mid to hav.nvlnced the Kmr roi lhal th?? lime had .'"in?? for abating the restriction* Mra Bloomfleld-Zelssler, of Chicago, has played w ith as mu ? 'eaa In Fi here II? r rendering of Rubinstein Ii speclall) commei I? th?? ? riti????. Consul Oeneral Carroll, ol Dreaden hai been seri ouely ill for a week Since Wedneeda) tit? condi? tion has been Improving alowly. It. Btefanson, ol Reykiavik, I land, waa depute?) ? . ?'lie the 1.1.".! ? t or I Island nex! ?umm*r The Kmperor'? replj 1 li il his 01 ? he I.i. tinnii, atlon in?! He f??? I? that I not ?: ? to a place ?? here he mini be ?olat? loi ? fieni r????.s of Stat? afl ? 1 Blumenthal'a"'Zwei Wappen" ha? hada triumph .it ti.? Leasing Theatre Ti? Hubermann ??in? ?-? onl) nliie yean old, 1- play la? with ?real auccess la the Academ) .?f Music ?IANT KILLED BY TIP?: EARTflQUAKES .?Ni: ITALIAN I'lLUAOE TOTALLT ? ?".? G??? ??? HAN SIXTY PKRHON? M'RIEli l'NDBR A ' HCR? HS PALLINO ?VALU* Rome Sot. Il The province of H Cala ai tu ff ei ? ; ??:?? ? from Ih? ? Bou t hern 11 I .'? |a enl provli of ? rai ria were In Tripai nl, for Instai , tweni 1 ngs were laid In 1 ... . killed ? ; " aa also In < were injured \ H ? to the nd pupila had ??- iped .1 few minute? bel 1 Procopto, 1 1.200 inhabitants, In Regi ? I Cala en ob? literated. Virtuali) all I lln?i were thrown int?. ruins The : not knos n, ? ; ?.? ? ? illve under fall? . ? ithorltatlve re j : ? w :i- that '?? ? ? ' ? 1 I ??? ? ? well ib ? ? ?Ixty. Ill per a'ere k ?? . : ? Uns ? ? he ... ??? prop! ' ' . Al ?? . ; this evening reports of ?leali Juries Um iitini mei li Bagnan seven j.?!-?.!.- were Killed outright; In Oppido M a mei '., n , In s.??.! ? I?, ipln mia elghl Scorei nl o'.hi 1 - w.?!?? Injun . :i these lowni In Stell) telegraph!, communication hai been restore?!. The peopl? ol Messina til feai to retun lo thetr house? ai ? !? "f ih. in are encamped in open ipacei rail way t-arrlag-i and veasel in the hartioi Kl? I lights !. :?. 1.? ?e| to replai . (house which ? ?troy? il, an '? a toi 1 fio boat pati nel In Mllasso, near Messina, a ?harp ?ho??! f. It io lav. Many \\;i\?* were crackoil, bul nobo?l) ? Ilei! Man) provision? have been seni to Ihe South "f I 1 and the t??. >pi and ? ffii lali ar? . t.. ih. help ol the suffering Istricti Kinn II ? \ ? ? ? ? enl evernl gift? from lu private pui It? ??,??? ??? pi hai aeni the Prefect of Rai I hi eadlng men ol several ?mallei towns larg? gift? ? : mon? j ? THE ATROCITIES IX ARMENIA. ?? "???.G 1 ?"!: AN IMMKHIATE INQCIRT rORrKD ; ths e ?Ri ? I. >i ;"i:. No\ :? "The Dallj News's" corre leni In Constantinople says, In ??? llspatch concerning ihe massacre of ?Vrmenlans In the . I ?i.-tii? I ? Sir Philip Curile ?enl Consul llallwafd'a :? ? ..p , n the in? Identi al S lasoun ? . the P rte ?? or !'t' ' ' Indicati I ? serious "?' ture ul 1 li?? ..., .,? Tl Port??, in ng this ii? A mann? . In 1 w|in I) d?nie? Ihe facij. as? serting thai Mi Hallward't? report Is untrue. It ,\;i- In -inu.iti'l "i stai ? l "'?n iffhl thai he ha 1 en .L? ! ihe Armenian? to revolt. This was, ol cours? . ludici? >u? and ai>.-ui I. .-, ? Philip Cui rie a 1 ?.? ? Infoi me 1 the ? ?r elgn Minister thai he rihould take steps In verlf) ertionx. Hli ener?) paralyzed th?? P??rt??, w?,, ,11 Katurda) withdrew ili?? allegation)? agalnsl Hallward Th? Sultan ordered a immls x ., oi three military men and a civilian to make in hnm? Ila ?? Inquiry. From many sources matl ? ?? I irm? 1 ri ports ..f the ma 1, ,\,. bi en ?? celve I Th? utmosl end? ? 1 hat 1 1,, ? ? made :? prevent the facts from bei-omln? known. V number "f Armenians who fled ? u i Treblsond hav?? been ordered to return A PR VER FOR SI'Kf'l NATION IN VIKNNA l_ondon, Sow lt.?"The Standard's" I'lenns cor reapondenl says; "The j.ulatlve fevei is ram pani m Vienna and Budapest. The bulls ar?? tight Ing ???? Berlin, Prankfori and Parla bears. Hitherto the bull? have been luccessful, The Qldesl and m mi ?<>i 1.1 banks are waterln? s|,???<.. Real estati ha? risen IS to -'" pei '??m In the last sia months, The Ituatlon ma) repeal the ?real Vienna craah ?.f Mai UTS The mark??! .n present ?1 much In Hated, The Plnance Ministers ar?? putting the ?old lioughl f'?r the currency reforms In ti" Austro Hungarian Hank, which la Issuln? not? s a?alnsl n ' _ _ inn: o\ TWO corros si rut ers. Jacksonville, Fla., No? i*. A cable dispatch from Key Weat, K. ? . saya: "The British steamship Ha |een, *???T?w-Orieana i> iAeerpooi, cotton-laden, baa arrived here with Ure In the forward hatch. ??Tl..? British itesmshlp Royal Welsh, New-Or? leans ;.? IJverpool, cotton-laden, is ashore "ii South Weit Bey. and i?? reported t<? i>e oa fire. 11 serai, of nrssiBBOsrs viotib. Syracuse, N. V.. Sott, M? Th?? body of "?'on" Rlordan, wh ? ?''"1 fr"m ll"? <?*??*?* ot a blow r< - ceived while wparrlo? wiih Roberl Pltaalmmoaa at 11 R. Jacobs's Opera Houae Frida) nicht, ?n? laid in a vau'.t at OakWOOd Demeter} al I H o'cloi'k. The funeral services >??!.? held In Mullln's Mor?us by in, Rev A S. Piiisi.'ii. secrelary ??f the local Y<uing Men'i ''in.'su m Association, and wi r,? attended i?\ member? of the company with which ritsalmmoni 1? travelling Plttwlmmons and the r??t of the com nunv left t?? 1 - al 11 o'clock tins morals? for n??st??n, . Where "" v ""' n" an r"'"''~ '" '" BADLY BITTES B\ A BULLDOG AN RXPTtBSSMAN ATTACK BD ON EXTERINQ A STABLE. John Mehtetler an expresa rum of No 111 Bai l-'lfth-st., had aii encounter with a bulldog last ? If ht in which he cans? out .? bad sec m L Mehtetler work? for an express ?gent named Sinclair, whose es .i? al No 102 East Second-st., and he went th.-r-? after .lark last night to feed il"? horses <?n the premise? ?- kept a big brindi? bulldog, "wn.-l by t blacksmith nans. I Charlea BchaeiTer, and ??? ?.1er had hi and s trlend wh?? .; u .? 1 him entered th? stable rani than th?? dog, which waa chained, made a dash for them. The atom fhain which n? ? ? the animal ?napped lik?? i'otton thread. The friend disappeared, but Mehtetler waa noi quick enough r.. i..r?? he could escape th. do? aelze?! him by the left ankle. He ? e?l foi h ?|?, kicked and fought, l"?t all t.? no 1 ; - After ?ome minute? the dog'? master, who had heard the fu??, >arr* t.. the rese ??? sn I tw si the ani ;""" the he ?I a Ith an Iron hai until it re leaseil it.? hold The dog returned .ma,p and again t?. the attack, howevei. ami It ??..?- onlj after Hchaef fer had procured s revolver and ?hot it den?! thai Ihe men won the fighi Mehtetler'i lefl ankle wa? bitten through to the bone HI? boot waa torn and hla trousera were ? red he irgi on? at Helle vue Hospital ?aj th it the ? ase ?- a had one, I III UNDERTAEER WAS l\ A UCRRY. AN I'NHEKMI.V Ql SIlRRI OVER THE RODIRS OR MIA' Kli '.i:i? 111 s RAILROAD A<1 IDRNT IN NEW JE1 The tragic death? of William Dougherty and John Anderson, who wen kill? ? bj a North. R ill roa I train al lion ? atead, ?. .? . :., it Frida; night, hai given riae to an unseemly quarrel. When the ar enl .?? curred R ?. it Hi hi. m, an un lertaker al ' nlon Hill, heard of the tragedy, and at one* drove to Horn? at? a : and remos*, ?1 the t* lie? to I'nion Hill, where he embalmed them. When ih? live? claimed ihe b ? II. -. ob ? iturda). Hehlern de mande.) ?;:;, a? the pi ? .??? ? This ?as refuaeil, and the matter waa referre?! to County i'hyslclan Converse who urdered Coronet s..?k to take rharg? of the bo He? and hold an Inquest. 8. hi. m ?til irrren 1er Ih? Ixsdles, and I an ITer ol 173 m nie bj me rei il d ron. ? \ olk ih? ? ?iimmoned the I'nion lll!l ?? Id ??. and th? bodle? wer? removed tn ? rnn. '* ?? rgue, al M" oken i'orunei Volk ?aid last night thai he Intended to ? ause Bchli p in for r? thi :? ? I? ?? p ih? se. ne ..r the ?ecidi ut before ihej had been viewed b; Ihe Coronel ? f - I MESSACI. FROM "Bll'./." ? OUR. THE OITLASS BEXDS WOKH THAT Hi: v?. II.I. It SII > t???: Town ok misk? .. ;i:i: to-pat Muskogee, I T. Nos II The cltlsen? of Mu?ko? gee have io la) prepared and forwarded '?? w i?h [?etiti? ? ? questing thai ? ? >n*i| a ? Uos'ernment troopa he tatioi it Muakogee ??> G????'G? ha been recel?.?? ! from the ?. which ?t,. the ground? when Reni ? ' bb l-?ft ht men ?hadowlng the bandit* till recruit? arrivi ? "Rill" Cook ?enl s ?rd lo ? nit? I State? Attorney ?n lhal he would s-l?ll Mu?kogee t?? morros wltl !wr.'\ Its?? good men ?nd raid the ? ? ?a n The ?G??|..1G In? to gls?? th? bandit? .? warm ? ? ; ? Ion \. ? men ere being place I In ll ? " State? s?? p kaori ha? lo?l all confld. n? ? In and It lian ; ?? e an I ha ? pr. ?? at?? I ? telegram to \ ?? ? llenera ?????? ?? lack ? will pi ? Usen?. If tr ?pa are order. ? the ml I Ile ..f thla W. ? k Hl lutila Nos ? - - nt for the Cook gang of leaperadoea In the Indian Ten ? ..... e" of uns Na? had a ?tati ? ? ? tat. ? t.. , riti lue the two ?r? is ho silos a handful f mat roui In II ?? ?? rrltorj t ss ht he telegraph. ?"i he Chi es ha vorn t? ? personal satisfaction upon htm, and, acting .,? th? ' onsrrvatls'e cltlsen? of \l lakogc? he lefl there on .? ntghl train Th? orn pondent saya in?? deputi ? Is full ol itarl ? .? and lhal no i? by th. leputles to ? ? pi un Ih? ?hi tin a ? tion there to day i-? quiet and pursuit ? ',.,.k it.itik.? ia ; ? iban Ion. I ' ? . itisena h ? ? ?? given up hop it....; arrive whl h will ? ? s bout the middle of th. Week -> ? tocTiisn ? /" \i> t? ?.? wi ? Fiorila Ral I the first Tu ' ' ? fr? m - .??., bul If tl a not bid the ? to I for aal? "i. ' ? '. and If 1 | Till '? ?>??-.!, I if : ? Si t il, to the l ..? ' ? I balance In I ety days, t? t ? ? rtltle ! ? ? ? * .'< I l'I /\ t I l: t \ \ Albany, Nov i* Pr. lerlck W Mills, of No H5 Madlaon-ave., committed aulrlde il 1rs home on November it" ?hooting hlmsell through Ih? with s res olvei 'II?? r ?-?? wa ? ?. ? ? quii t, and only became [?ubili a day ot two ago Th. Ie . . , . , n; . ? ? tl if hla fath. r, a prominent merchant here, and hail no mot I v. far , know n, t ? th? deed The re?ult of the .??. . ilial tl?. bl ? :. ? IB Berlou?l) ?f I I II!'.!' VtlllY ? n\ !?!< !"l:< /?/?<// I ?171 /> ?????! ,.. ? ? ? Nov HI \ dlapat? h to "The li??. onl" p ?m W llkt rre ? y? "The ? issengei c in? ! ? ? ?h Valley Rs Iroad are con ... ,? ?,. . ., it the illacharg? of several ? t and misti? ? con ; letor. the s>-? t. m The .?-. I .?t.:? ? ? .???? ? ? '? ill) from the ? PI . ; ... ? ,,; ih.? r.i ni, but ? ? In thix [, m ar. fearful ar? to tt dti . harged " ?m /? p \ s" ? ts ta mi: iii.sr I??. ?, |? Iph a, Nos ?? ' '"i nel!' ? ? n ling ai thi ?vatei lo rae? In t"?? Henli ?. regali . ma v t h putting an ei ? innua! ?nteat? "t. t >,.. ira tei Iw? p l'enn j Ivanla tnd Coi nell, Th.? Ithaca rowing .'"iti.le? In a ?portsmanlike man? ? , ? ? ?. ? ? tn pul ? ??? ' crew? m the water. I t to England, and the ? md liest pitted against P? nn riva p ? \\ rtll? ? ?,?? G?,.?.??. ? .?? In? in? n hlghl) ippre ate ? ?.;?? pirlt ? ? mo. t ? p.ml all of th? opli it > '. ? I'enn" ? ann ?I agree i,, meel u iu th?? liesi crew lhal Cornell ha li In a qui ? ?, wh? thei h< pt< tenl - -? ? 1111? 11 ,, ?Vnn?yi ? ? ?quai ? It? ?leal ii bio? .4 ni m l<>!:. Y ?/'?/? /? t'OAt CHICES Philadelphia, Nov. ?? ''..?.? Ilrother? <? Co., the coal producer? and shippers, r?stenla) announced a .at ..? W cenii ?? lon In ..?:. ? :.. ?.? conaumen Agent? of the firm ma?le .? thorough canvas? ?>? the retail d< alei sell egg ind chestnut coal ai WW Bl tl??? mines, and stove coal at B. The?? ? rl? es wer? al once mei hs KtI? km?. g l'onyngnnm ?elei agenti for the Pennsylvania Railroad, who declare.] that thej would s.-ll at lhe?e prices, sn?l even lowei ll t'oae Kruther? "t any othei shipper made ? loa.if. t Tl?.? Read it,?? and l.'hi.'.h Vallej r?mpanles did ?<?? meet ? . . ut. nor a ht st pbemdbxt /??, ?//.?.? l..\in^i"ii. Ky.. Nov. is The Lexington Passen ger and Hell Railway wa? yesterdaj *..ld to Presi dent M E Ingalls, fot the Chesapeake and Ohio Hallt..ad. for 1173. Tii. Liad is four .''"I a half mil?s long, and give? the Vanderbllt? .? connection between the Chesap. ike and Ohio and Ihe [..mis rille ?tatlon, and i.ii??.?? then ol heavs transfer . barges by th? Louisville and Nashville, which heretofore handled theli rara through ?.? ?Inaio TELEVBAPUIC NOTI s ??;.-., ? . IH .?,??. Il The miner? employed bj the HUlsboro Coal Compan) wem oui on atrike yesterday, ?? ? '?? the rompan] has refused to pa) lb. m ?..?)> two week? A-Ibuquerque, ? .si., Mov. It Lasl night at Hag? dai.n... ?oum .?r thi?. city, 1?: ?? Horn, uf in?? mer? cantile timi of Horn, < "? ?i?-; i?. r. ?? a- Oraves, and Sr.itt Reed, a cowman, ? >'? Into s quarrel and began shooting at each other. Hath ar.? dead. Horn was a peaceable man. and It?????! was quarrelsome and had killed several men. Denver, COL, .n.?\ in. After a.careful cama?*. ? committee haa reported that ?TIC Tamilica ?.f Ameri? can Railway I'nion m? n ar?? on the verge ..f starva? tion ani toe unmarried men dest?late In ronsequenc? ..i the Macklisi enforced by the railway? aitatasi the m.? wh.. struck last ?urnas?t Nashville, Tsan., Nov. It, <'liarles Robertsoa, for? merly captain "f the tVaakmgtoaj Artlllerr, .?f thi? placa, committed sutckle at an early hour this morn ng by shooting himself tiirminh the head with a revolver. H> was about ihirty-flv.? years .?f a?.?, and. It Is ?uld, liad 1"?<?? drinking hcavliy for Sev? eral week?. TEACHERS UP I\ ARMS. THEIR CALLING DISGRACED BT POLIT? ICAL INTERFERENCE HOW ? ?? \ I -i.t?? PIVVRR AND His HENCHMEN "FIX" ?????? JUSTICE HOLTS TRTINO TO ll'U.l? TU.i OFFICE? AT ONCE ? WVVEB AND His SALARY \ meetln? <.f teachers is t.. ??.? privately held to morrow t.. consider im?? advisability ?.;" takln? concerted action for the purpose ..r having their profession entire!) fnted ft?..m ?political prcssur.? favoritism. When such ?.?! rlferous organisations as the Dlvver Club "r th- Pequod Club, where ?rammar and decency are equally at a disc..inn. control, through a subservient superintendent, the appointments of teachers, 'M?? high-minded men "f that calling naturally t"'l H a disgrace. For a Ion? time ?in?? have suffered In silence, bui sin.-.? November ?'? they im?.? taken hear! of ?r ?. ??. i>.. aus,, they have learned thai Dr Parkhursl has been ask??.) t.. turn ids attention, when rested, t" tin? purifica? tion of ih?? school system "t" New-York. Some new developments "f Tammany roguery win. therefore, .?..in?? to light, bul probabl) ione more unique than the case of Justin Herman Holte, "Paddy" Dlvver*? educational agent ami chairman of the Board <?r ?School Trustees for Hi.? Fourth Ward Here is one of the many affidavits thai will be lit?..) al Bolle, if he doesn't boll or resign be? fore Hi?? Investigation can l"? begun: Biute of Nea Vork. ???? and County of \.???.? ? ?I k. : - Vartan ll Jlnlshlan. being duly sworn, depo ??? ami ?ay? lhal h? p ?Irli d No Ito IV? -? Tw? f ?luth -! , .\i-w ?. ,? ? tha? !i?? a-as teach? ul ' ;?? eki In Kv? ning s h ? il No i. in the fit) ol New ?. ork; tha? h?? n . ? ?,:. applicano ? ; ?? reiKiinlnntlon to the lioanl of |_<??? ?tlon .? ? teacher ? ? Hreek? in ?aid ??hool with th? Board of School Trustee? Mi the ? ??irti rt ? iv of New Vori if? hli h Ilei man Rotte w ? md I ?. |...!i. ?.? further s ,\? thai he a a ? ate i lo such position, although no faull ?a? ever found with hi? management of In . I.?? ? . ? with him ? ? teacher; thai aben ?>? visiti I ?aid Holte and asked w h\ he wa? noi ? ?nomin ite?) ami a ke?i w !.. ili??'? I?.-? I been anj faull found with him ? t? :? hei in ?aid ?chool, ?al ? Boite r? pi ?? ? th was ?orry he could noi furnish dtponeni with the m.? he desire?! VARTAN H JINI8HI IN. Sign?? ! ani ?worn before me thi? ICtti da? of No? vember, .1? HIN .1 If " iNKV Molar) Public Rlchmou ? Co.. Filed ? V. ?'" Rolle gil .n th? board bj .? specimen Tam? ii i"?? tri? k Th? pi ? ? ? ? s ha ab, ?? ? lei m in ?grocer, was wan?? ! \ detective was reni I film ?vii . said thai a warrant had been Issued for ins arrest I itloi ? ine ? ? Ise law ? Invai? ? t? ited h.s imi .? en ? ?. and the I? tei Uve id vised him to see ? ?It? at hla oftl ? Schwab ?. ? ? t to H It??, who aft?! expressing profound regrei t .?? .- | ? , t uble, suggested thai ?.?si wa) : ?r him t , eacape arreat was t ? re. School Board B te .. ? ? .? tignati ? aire idj pi ? ? ired, a ni Schwa i!?ned II ? ? I? n '. s hwab lo visit Dl\ S? Ir.? ah ?li ? this, and ? ?ivv? r i???, . ? ? n ? he H ? : . ? ? i ind graced In t ? ?. by a n ai re u !'? ?Ite pre r?signai ? ? tli?? boai ' ? ? ? her !!?.???????"?- f th? ' ??? ? er ?:'?.'? a , , nre elect ? . ?.ill's ? ? ?-.? ? ?? point - Phe Con latlon ? ? hoi 1 Iwo fili e? By a lin? ?ne he ?- held ?? ? ? ?ther V't ? Its I al presen! defying th',?? ... ? ,s|. ????.? la l Ian An?, person holding office, whether t>? elect II, ?lui Ing hi ? t? rui nt . - other ?? ^ ? ???' .'.?? ? '? ivern m? nt of th? ? ? ?pi comml??l??ner? ,,f ih? Idle <?) ? ill hold ? ??.;?.?? ty of N'en I 111 Ih?? I !, i\. Va ... m ? ? ? t. ? ? ? ?' . I ... ? J] ??y ?? eScepl w heu 1;? ? ? . .: ! ??< ie ?hall ?Iraw ??? for -m h et uffici . offi.-e S- ? - of the N- w Vorh city Cu la J . ? l'ad?l) Dlvver still ke? ; ? ?ml ' the way of reporters wh wan lo aak him why he ? ? ea n?ii ! ?? itili- hl - piai ?? ? the pol|ci bench or -|?n and all w the Mayoi l?i ippolnl some b ?. wh wi ' ? ? th? ?? ? k a? well ,i? di.tw the pa) 'Paddy" ha no lays' ?? ? k this ? ? . : ? ,,:?.' r ten months ?? 11 inbei 11, at Ihe ra abmii 122 25 ? di] .lawyer t? erse?! In the pr ? visions of the ? ' nsoll latlm let said ? ?t??r?lay that C< titroll? ? Fitch, if he d ?es '.i- duty, ? III re G????? t?. pa) Dlvvei an) m??re m??ni ? on ? uni ? ?f id- salar) and ? omp??l him t?? g ? to the court? and ii" for It. To bring the Controller officially ;.? .? ??. fai ? with ihe fa? ? thai wer h is ?.p ... int; his dutle? as Justice, ? would be .?? ,..s,i!\ the lawyer said, ? ? place before him a RWorn st.itenienl showing h?>? man? day* Dlvver had falle?! to appear al Ihe police e ?urts he was n??|gned ? ' during il.n.: ? ?n The Controller, however, h Is held, can Institute an inqulr) "ii hli ?m n m M in and ? ??uln Information he furnished him from the record? on ??. hlch he m ?? refus?? ? ? pa) nn fflelal who ?tu pei ? ? m his dut) C ?ntr? i!? r rit? h a?? uld doubtless fin 1 thai he was doing a popular as well as proper thin? If ; he nrdcred DB ver's pa) shipped and all ?wed him j : , ,....' it the beai wa) h? could There were fresh rumors vesterdaj that nea pressure had bee? i,, .uni,! . p DI?, ver to < ompel his resi?nallon. HI ? //:/ /' ttl? Win ? VXi I r ri,;,-. ,? . . reni ??"? - '" ?!;?? ? Fry, |r., ?? young ' ews| s|?er man. Is ? ? I h ?tabbing M? K\t*-t urn 1? I'olonel J M lAnlei Eye ??it ?.,? ih.ii Fi ? was di Inking, and api reached Colonel i.-ni??' ?Ith a Ione 'Urli hidden In Ids |i,.Ih a ? -its?? he mad.? two BWeep? , ,?,,. i,| ,,|,? mid the wounded man fell a Ith Hound* In his back ami temple Fr) surrendere.l ,,, , policeman Th? ?> ? irrem e wai Ihe culmina ..?? !,? ..,?,.,,,,.. famil] difference? G?.? was ad ,,,,??.-1 ?.? I?a I Inst nl hi He claims l.ani. r ?truck ?',,;, . , , .... , he '?.?:. labbe?! him with a p???kei ?.?,? ? _ ? - , a ? in ? s / /? ?/.??.?/ "/? /??/.? ?/ y/i n .,. ? persi . ih? veteran actor, was sti _f(th ? ;, ?, .,? hl* horns In W esi .,. ., . ,,: | !. . ph) Il -m l'i Philip O'Hanlon, at So '.-?'? I'??-' Twentleth-st., lus little h ,,.? ?,,, recover: ll? *al down In a eh ilr to ,,.?,,,?, ? ? ? ? sn l di ?? -? hi* ?hoes, and II wag ? : ie he ? ' lean ng ovei to do thli thai the . ,?.,,,,.? up ,?? him HI* righi arm, Ihe aide .?f ?,,. ? , ? .,?. | bl ' ' ' ? ss far ??- his hip an paralyse ?. and th? ?to toi f ?und there had been a hemorrhage In the brain. Mi Paralo? ins ??? year* ?.Q ., -uff.!.; from Rrlght's disease. Thi ?trlcken man wa- b ?rn m i?>'? In ih cltj ??? ??? ? -n? ?' u , ,.,. ,, ?? \u Bin" m UT! bui h? becam more wld? ly kl, ,wn m . i'h neue barai ti : In ihe "Danltes He lolneil with l*oul? Aldrlch In pr-tin? "My Part ?..,' In IX?, and pi ???? ! Win? I. I" All!., !. - loe ?sunders for I.HO nichts. l'arsi.?.? accumu? late?] about Ji""i??ii. but ? m it through an unlucky inveatment It I? be'.leved thai worry ovei hi financial reverses had niu.h to do with bringing on the paralytic attack. Hli wife and son are with him -?? - 1*1 A ill OF idiomi, ABBA ? C. WILDSICK. i'olonel At.ram C ??VHdrick died ?"? Friday al his home, Clifton Towers, on ?laten ?Island Hi wai born m New-Jersey in Wand was appointed to the Militar) leaderay. where h?? was graduated m 167, from thai Slut.? -He was apfWinUd t.? the M Artil? lery as l.r.-v-t Beoon d-l.i'iit'-nint. and r.lived the full rank In the fall "f th?? sain?? y.-ar. II?? Obtained hi? Flrst-Lleutenant'? eommlselon In IM, and ?? ? pr.ted to a captaincy ,n Ftbroary. UH He was colonel of the Nib New-Jers?n Infantry from ,,,.,,,(?,- ?vi to June, Ii*. when urn regiment wai mustere ? oui In ?? h? ??as spp ?Inte l Major of the .-.th Artillery. Tha brevet ranks held ?? ? ol Wild ri.-k w.r.? brevet-major In IMS. for sa Han ? sen - nt i'e!?rst?urg; lieutenant-colonel, IM, for gill.mt ?i r\ ces .luring the war. ?ml brigadier-general of volunteers, I? fot gal! ?nt iwnrteei In front ol Pa? li rsbur?. , , The funi-ra: will tak?? l'l? " t ?-morrow it W a. m. at st John'? ??"?? - ?'?' Church, Ciifton, a. I. It will b? a militai ? one. INDER THE ENGIN&8 WHEELS ? .MAN PALLA ?>U JUMPS PROU AN BLB VATBD STATION. N'OTHINd IN' lus CLOTHINl REVEAL IH?? IDENTITY PROBABLY ? G??? ?? Sl'ICIDE. ? lit;!'? group "f early passengers was standing ? <>n the uptown platform of the Third Avenue Ble? , vated statimi ,?? Houston-st. at 5:10 g, m, rester? day. when a tall dark man walk d quickly past the ticket-chopper and ,.n to the platform. He paced rapidly up and down the promenade, k>*.*i? inir aw,i> from the other passengers, who were gathered together near th?? ticket-office awaiting the train. It was lust approaching when one of them suddenlj shouted: "i. ,k out; there's a man on tin? track." John of? I?, "ii. the ticket-chopper, heard the shout and grasping s red lieht he ?prang for? ward and waved it in front of the approaching train The engineer saw the lamp and shut uff applied the i.rak??. but he was too late, ! The engine was aim ?at on the man, who had ! Jumped or fallen from Ihe end of the platform m front of i:. when the warning wi< given. Be for? the brakes could tak?? efTi. ? the train had struck him. He was knocked down and carried along f.'i nearly a dosen yards before the train ?st ?.I Policeman William Burst, ..f th" Fifth-st. sta- : ? tion, was ?landing on th?? corner "f Houston-st. ' and the Bowery. He heard Hi.? people on th ' ; platform "f th?? elevated station ?creaming and ! ran up the st.-|.s in time to drag the man from ' und??!? the wh? is of the locomotive. He was un? ? ? .n? i? u-?. but it was seen thai the wheels of the engine had not gone tver hla body, and that, therefore, there was some hope thai he had merely ?.? stunned by the shock he had re? ceived. An ambulance was telegraphed for and I>r. II? .?. : came from Bellevue Hospital, hut after examining the man. he ?aid thai he had I.? killed Instantai.ualy when the engine struck him The tody was taken lo the Bast Fifth-st. n. and John Ht"iin.m. tl.ngineer, was taken Into custodj and locked up Three of the passengers ?.n? their names to the police as wit nesso? of the accident. None "f them were able to ?tate emphatically whether the man ;'???? or threw himself under th?? train. The examination of the i">dy by the police did noi disclose anything which would lead to hia Identlty, l>ut several article? found In the pockets .- fined ? show thai the case wa? probably one "f Rulclde. In a breast pocket of the man's coat were found carefully preservili a woman's dainty lace handkerchief, a tiny mirror, comb and but? ton hook In a leather case, and a lady's visiting card "ti which waa ?rriti ? the name Ada Andera ? " In the other pockets "f the man's clothing th??re could be found no money or papers, the s ?le content? being three new men's handker? chiefs and a bunch "f k"\ s The stranger was a w"II-bullt man. ab ut forty years of age, with dark-br wn hair and mustache, He was well dressed, his c ? nslstlng of a dark suit, blue overc ?t derbj hai and fine woollen underclothing Brennan the engineer f tin? train. ralgi ???! In Ess. ? Market I' II. ??....? day on ?. han:?? of causing the man- death ?, Peltner held him In $:'...) ball for exam? ination "ii Wednesday He was balled out by Mr? Ella Man ny, of No KM Ea I One-hundred in ', thlrty-fi ur th-st. othlng black . was ur? ? '? urt later in the UISRECARDED THE RED LIGHT. w a .v a frlen I ? ' , I tn ih f.n ? il .?figured illfflciill /// HI N. ? Has en, ' ??? . Nos barges hav.? air,?.?'?! here mtPMESTs or coal. n . Ni>? .1?. Heas y ton - of coal during ihe tasi ft rty eight hour? l*p '" t"-'l,i> about 10,000 tona has'e been r.Ived dunns the past foi.r rtaya, L000 of arhlch went t.. the New England Tran*portatlon Compans Th? barn? ai Ih' has*. und. delayed bj the ?IABKIXU will I 111 P?V.Vg rrunitsF. Cherr) Tree, Penn.. Nov. tl. ? ?vor ?,?? people gathered here to-day from three counties t" witness the unveiling c?r?monies at the monument erected by the State ol Pennaylvanla, marking the bound? ary Hn?? "f William Penn'a purchase from th?* Indians. ? ?, Camp was chosen president, and ?. ?. Brltbart, secretary '?f the meeting. The Rev. .1 R i: Cratghcad mad.? the opening prayer <?.?? ernor Pattlson and ..th.-r State olBclala failed to appear st the nisi moment Oovernor-elecl iiast ini!s ?as compelled t.? ?end regrets. Bit-Governor Beaver mad.? th?? unveiling address, and told of the early purchase and the boundarise. E. A. She maker, of Bbeasburg, followed In a short address, devoted to a brief review of ih.? laws William Pana made for the poopli Judge Harry White, of Iiul lana, gave a hi?t.>ri?'ai sketeh, ..ml was received with much enthusiasm. ? MIXIBTBB ATTACBt .1 TBOfBSMOB ?pringfleld, uhi??. Nov. is A sensation was cre? ated til St. Hauls Methodist EfdSCOPal ?'liureli thi? evening bj the H.\ Haul C. Curnich vigorously at tacking the Rev. l'r. Oeorge D. Herr?n, professor in the Iowa State Collega at Orlameli, Iowa, who has ? -a deUvartag lectures her?? on th?? social problem, sir. t'urnii'k said that i>r Herron's Ideas wer? directly opposed to all cr.is of all ?"hurches. and that a??? is a dangerous man to tea.h the.il?>?>?. If he were a mcnslier of the Methodist Church, Which i.-i liberal in ila s lev... he would be tried for heresy. issi ???? ?.--?? ?. ,?G???? Tis HOLD ? ' ? TRAIN IN MlSSISStri'l Memphis, t? nn ? ? ?? There was an at? ..? : ? hold up passenger train No, .?. southbound, ?? the Vaz ? and Min Vail 'j Iran h of th ? Illltiol Central r< ad at Panther Burn, 200 ? f Memphis. The train wn? In charge <<t Engineer Hiner and Fire? man ' l? ?-?,??? ? ' ile ? Mi mphls, and lefl Saun ??,??\ evening. A st ?wai ma!.? at Panther Burn. When the tram started again the engi? rt? er noti li red Hirht ahead waving a algnal to ling he pul ? ?! out the throt \ - ? ? trail ipe ? oui on the ma ? tra I II ? mask. ?! m? ? I, wh ? ! d ? ? track ?m I then :' re their FI remai Cole ? right a/a? fractur? ? The train did ? ?l .-t ?p t:". h? ? Rilling F k a ? Bhi t? Wright ?.i. pul m possession "f the facts and rent in pursuit l'ii th? ?? lin n ont iln? nlj the ?? ? ' an i 1 Sa t ?? la \ nigh I two | ? ?vaded I half a d ?en men, ? -. wh ? ?!? ink hea vilj and a ? ? ?. quit the town before l" ck and w??: ? not hearl from again until the the train The r. I light with t hi ? ?ign illed was I ? ? : from the -?it h bl k There Is no ?uspl . :i of the Identltj of the men. . x? >??: :t I? believed thej : ? it the bii line? HOLMES .l/il Hi: TRIED / ".' Ul'RPEK ? ladt 1; hla, Nov U II II Holme?, ili.?-? ? ? Ho? ?? ?, the man arresti ? p Bo? ?? charged with awlndllng the Fldellt) .Mra ' Life Insurance Asso? ciation, of this city, ."it .?' Sh"??'. by palming off ? ? : - e bod> ' |! '?' Pits ti, a ? il holdei "f th.? company, w'll be brought here to-mor? row ?ml arraigned on the charge. Th. ?wlndllng ma) not be the only one Holmes will hav?? to snewer, for the more aerloua crime of mui lei may be lai l to him Wh? p the t>? i\ ..f th? pos. i l'i:/.; W.I?, found in th?* room al So 1,314Cal? I n? hill ?I . on fteptemb. ; ". I ist. .t waa n il u up ?n the tl,. ?r and wa? , erf. cttj rigid, The Coi mer'a physician holds that Ihe body could not ??.?? .p brought here In a trank from an ?th.-r city, as confessed bs Holme?, fo ? thst II ?ra? itlff, ??. I a b J ? un ?' liei ' loe? ?Ol .mani I.me rlgiil Furthermore, if it had been ii trank li would hav -?!..%?. n mark? uf where it had been docblad up. and no ?uch mark? were upon the ?.? ?, ? theors ?- ? p ine? ; thai the b ?dy found wa? nall> lhat of Pltzel and noi of any one ? l ?? s?- ? bast? t .r thi? theors ll I? argued that Pit sel and the other conaplrators plott.? I io disfigure irmei bj burning hi? fa? ? with - ?me chemical .m l ih, n calling In a phyalclan to prescribe foi hli A bod) was then to be procured an?! ?Imi Uri) disfiguri ? ia Pits, l'a aa?, ji i th? ? ll ? ? I,, glvei . thst the man ha I die I uf hi? inj.in. s. an l U i\ t- trusted thai the att? riding ph) ? ul 1 n ? ?ll?covei the fraud an i \s ? . iccordance with the t,?ld |?y Hi.? conspirator? It I? aunpoaed thai Pltsel had hi? fellow eonsplratora aditimi-:.?: chloroform to hi m ?? that he would no: feel the pain .?f the burn? when the) wer. Inflicted, and that he either , .a ovenl. in ? lied from the "ffe.'ts or :. .? ? .?.. ? . unco bcIou* b) hi? :t? icherou? Another theor) in ?uoport "f the belief of lhal a man resembling I'.'zei waa de? chi ?reformed an ? kill? ! an l hla ?- ?,, reu 1er Identification more JEAL0U8Y THK MOTIVE. A YOUNG \VOM.\.\ HURDBRBD BY HEB LOVER. WHEN UK RBAUZgD WHAT UK HAD G???. *gf TI'.IKI' TO KII.I. lUMSKLK. HIT NOT SIX CBKDINO. ?;avk himski.i?' ii? to Tin; ????.????. While th? tenant? ?.f the (lailii.iis.? at N>. Ill Weal Forty-ninth??!, or?te, slatpln? ????;??-??Guily early yesterday morning, Richard Leach, a mid. die-aged florist, "lit th?? throat at tin? w?:iian with whom be had been living, it. their rooms ?.n ih.? ground floor. Aftenraitf, sh ?eked at th?? awful cxmsequences of Um II ??f leal ?US rai;.? Which >"?'' imi>"Il?'?l him t.? th.? ?1? ?<?,_, Leach turned in- weapon on himself. After cet? tin?,' hi.-? "Wii throat in a horrible mener, h? lay for nearly twenty minutes watching her dying agonies. Then, Unding himself stili ali?.', h?? w.nt "i?t and gave himself ii|? !?? jus',:-.. Th?? first Intltnat'on "f th.? tragedy ?'ame to Hi- Weel Forty? se ven th-st polle? station in a startling manner. Just ufi??!? 2 a. m., when ??? ry. thing was quiet In ihe rtatlon-h ?use, ih? street door opened ?ml a middle-aged nun. hail??** and coatless, with bis face and neck dripping i?!".?d. .mi his boot?, ?".it and a bloody penknife in his tiand. strode m. "I killed her; ? ?lone am to blame," !"? gasped Sergeant Kenn i" .k th?? man Into th?? back room. There he saw that th??)??? was a deep gash ".i ;h" I?.ft s.d.? ?d th?? stranger's neck, and nt once rang for an ambulance, which remove?! ???? man t- the llospltaL Th?? Injured man limn ai-'? i ??? t.'ll ? hat his name was Richer I Leach, and 'hit he ii,? ? ? ?me to ?lv ? himself up for th?? mur der ..? Maty Hope Newklrk. a ?tri who for over two years had lived with hi n a- his wife. Le? h raved a!, ??: his love for the ?? ?nan. ani alter? ni?? I accused other people of causing trouble between them and blamed himself for it. I'h- ? ?lice at ..n.?.? went ? No. 412 Weel Fort?/. n'nth-st. Th.? ja nitres? was awakened, and ?? ?:? ? l ih?? ??'" >r of Lea h'i (tat. in tbe b? dro nn, ?:i which ? light burned, a terrible s ene was presented. Lying on th- bed, helf covered by a quilt, ?vas tin? body "f a pretty women, ?p? parent!) about twenty-two ?..-ar.- of age. iii-r ihr".i; h id ii'.'ii cut ?.im .st from ear to ear, and in her death struggles th?? bio ?! from th?? wound had saturated the quilt, hangings ejn? clothing of ih?? bed. The furniture in th?? room was In confusi .n. .ini w is also h**avi!y i. ?pattered with t? I. as if a wounded pera ? ha ? run wildly about the r '"in Th.i?? were tu?,. ple<?ee of writing in siirht In the room, H'th wer? blurred screwla in Leach'? handwriting, ani th.y musi have l.? written win.?? ?,?? waa suffering from th?? pain "f his self? Infllcted wound Th- flrst stetement was a hurried s. rawl p a slat?, >n the upper part of ?\!i h ??ere leverai m morandums, evidently "f i-ir- t' ???? paid l: a:.-? ma!- some statement? -'..?Ts un"'??, s ?? M , ?re, who lives at N". 132 Weal Slxty-second-st.. and laid the Id.ime for her death on him. There were other nies - itr?.s whl h read iik.? th?? wild ravings "f an tn -_? - .nan. ?nd were much t' the same effect ? in?? iras t.. M? ire Th?? writing en led in nn Indlstln ? blur. Th?? ??"? .-"lit f.r Moore wh" Is a foreman in th? Rtreet-Cleaning Department, and Is a marri??.! He came M th- Weel Forty-seventh-st. -???? ? and appeared horror-stricken when *"ld ?f the tragedy. When ? I statements wrIU iboul himself, ho vehemently denied that there was .??;'. truth in them. Th?? dead woman, he sa ? ?vas his nltti ;i ? perenta dl? 1 when sh?? w ?- j in? m l h?? adopt? d her and brought her ui?. Leach, who was a \\i,\. harum-scarum .? ?rt '?:' fellow, I.am?? hei l ?ver. For pome tini?? th? > llvrd at his house, but Leech became In ? ? i'.i!. us 'ind ah ?u?. two \".i"s ?go he had t.? heve him' arrested for ??- rderij induct and for assault in? hi.-? wife, th- ?iri'i aunt Leech wa- ?eni ' . Mi?? Island for si\ months. When h?? ???a- ? leased he persuaded th?? art rl t" ?o and live with him. ami since then he had i et track of the ?..in? until the present Urne. From what he kri"w f Leach, h..w.-\-r. he would believe that in an Insane Ml ?f leal ?usy he had kill'? th?? ?Irl In her leep 'ui then ???' ime with grief, had at?. ? to U;ll himself. ? e ??:' ?h?? ? ?opl ? i.i th- h ?use beard any ???!?"? in th?? apartment?? ? 'upU I i.? ich. The . up1??, th? |anltor said yesterday, had lived there for about -? v? ??. m mths. They were quiet pe.ipi* in l w? ???? never heard to quei rei. /?? rills ? ? \ THE STBAXOLBBI Denver, Pol.. Sov. l? At ? "?'lack list nlarht th? ? ? .,f "Stranglers' Row" w?rr* startled l'y ?creams from Xo 1,380 Twentleth-st. Th. spedai gli ir ?..?- thai 1 in' ? th?? h ?use an l foun ? M irle Andr w* ? trugglln? with an Italian, ??- had his hand c'.osed !..?!,::?? ai? ?ut h?rr throat ? ?avacely. In his ? ?session the ? '';??<? fourni a dirk ?ml ? dagger. He we.? hurrl? ? "ff ??? th?? county lai . where ? ? one la allowed : ? tee hlnv ? ?rmatr ?n?, if ?.'Itj ? ?He ?. Ii of the opinion ?!?;?t th? ; ?-.?.'! - n ?? th?? m.m w ? ' ?? ?mn nt? 1 th* ? n prevlou? murders. Thei ? nslderab es> ? ? irr -: The prison? r la _j.)k?4 a- "ti. Moeler." H-? cannoi ?peak English ,?\ TTALIAX BVBDBS IX BOSTOS. Boston, Mot '.? Btephano Capabini ?, ?-;?'': f?rty? rt?ht, "t ? ?. I Fountain Place, was murdered to? night i.> Camunnlo Mannetta. a?ed twenty-oM ?., n-. .?- ? o '. Fountain ria????, m the North Bag, The men were drinking losetuer when th?.?? quer* reib ? over a woman, and Mannetta ?hoi Capa? binco in th?? temple The tnurderei ran up stairs, Jumped from ? lecond-etory srlndon and escaped, luphael Mannetta cousin "f the murderer, aras arrested for takln? fi from th- pockets .?f th?? dea ? man. He iaj - he took the mon? ? foi ut? k.?. pin? - -?? ? ? CAS'DIDATB or ?:???~ POPULA????. Worcester, Mass., Nov. Ul Mayor Henry ?. Marsh, in anawer to petltlona slcned hy nearly ,;?.?-?- askln? him to again become a eaadl? date f??r th?? Republlcen nomieatlon f??r Mayor has to-day, m.? ?- answer reiteratine Ir.- determination . !.. .m.? ,? candidate, H?? will be renoml? and ?-ili probably i"? Indorsed b) the I'mo I COLD nil/ IV ?III: XOBTRWBST. Ht l'.iul. Mimi. Noi II Th" hist >_r.at n!d ' wave "f th" winter swept down from Manitoba about ii""ii Hi-da? ?nd the mercury dropped so rapidly that at midnight it was below acre, The wave first appeared over th?? Northwest ?'.midi.?a Provinces Baturda) evening. ,???? t'.ai ail 'h?? chea? acterlatlcs ??!' th.? genuine Manitoba bliaasrd, minua the snow; t t ? - - wir.?:? howled over Manitoba, ?'.?p? l'.?k"!a ani Northern Mlnneaota ?.:"????? from the n,,nh at a velociti rangin? from twentj to forty miles an hour, with the t?_mperature p?????? from ? [,, ?? d. >gr? ? ? bel "? ''-.'r". Th.- wave is aboul th- moai ????? experienced ao earl) in the ?< ???? sine? ltS3 H- ?'?.ira nier will ?., felt ovei Minnesota Mu?'.?? morning, wn?** the temperature will ran?e from about U degrees h-dow ?. ? . m t!:?? extreme northern to t d.Kr.???* below la th? ? streme southern portion. IHM.tl> BIBSBLP tS ms CELL, ?Vitkesberre, Penn.. N'"? II Andrea Juke, the mail wh,? attempted to ban? hla wife at Haasltoa .? fea days ago, committed sutetde m the county pris ?n bere ai ? o'clock this mornln? '?.? handln? hlmaelf. ll?- waa still alive wbae cui oowa, but died before ih? prison physician arri?'?!. i:\i-e\si\ e electric lii.ut wires. ii ?uston, T.x.is, N'ov. is. Kir.? brofca "Ut this evening in tho third st,?ry of th?? S.anlan building <?n Prlnceton-st, near Mele-et., ?md i- sapposed te hav been caused by electric light wires The build Ing is badly wrecked. Loea on building, MM?; in surence, $i.'..n??'. Other losers ara ..- fellows: A. J. Bchoenmann, drygoods .ml notions, lost oa stock, 125,01*0; Insurance, (JM00. ??. \v Alsworth, hard? ware, loss 130.000; insurance I.?".'??'. I.. ?WhinK.-r. ' jeweler, loss ?_?.???? hy water, covered by insurance. Th?? upper storie? wer. upi?? ? bj law oASom and dentists, whose losses arili aKsY.'Kute iin.ixw or more. A l.ost; sorniiT crihisal FORRA Kew-Heven, ?????.. Nov. IS.-Frank K?nuirr??n, a Qovernment Inspector freni New-Tork, has identifie?! Paolo Ferri, an Italian now in Jail here, us a clever counterfeiter who has been ?ought for a ion? time i?y ihe Federal Qov? ressent Foni was arrested hers for passim? a ?-^unterfelt silv.-r dot-Bit, ani was bound ?iver t<? the G lilted States t'ourt. Ksqulrrell sajra thai FenTs most sneeessf?! i?laa Of passing th?? spuri uis "?in Is to put a worth? ies? coin In a church con?.rlhu..on box and take out. say, 90 cent? In ???? money. He I? one of a Kan* of Sicilian? that has worked the counterfeit? ing ?ame in New-York extensively. ?'