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NEW-YORK, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 26. (??..-TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE THREE CEINTS.
HOW PORT AkTRUR FELL
-.
K ATTACK EXTENDED OVER TWO DAYS
AN;?T111- CHINES 3 FOUGHT RRAVELY.
MjAMMAl "'VVN "AT8 T,IB 'APANKSE Loss in
-.11.1,1::' AN> WOt'SfDED "EXCEEOfl SOD"
j-H-.HTV 01 N8 VND AN BNORMOia QUAX
TITV OF Kl '_ KECVRBD THE J.\P
AN:> : FLEET NOT ENOAOED
_T1U: 1' ' 'Kl ARD AND AR
PENAL 1 NDAMAOED.
ToMO W
. rt ft?* r
pet ?
Marshal ? ?yama s ?ni this re
Arthur ui dei date i f !.ov< m?
I
-,n _av< ? ? Japan? at? army attacked
. ? ??- rl Arthur. The right dlvlsloi
th? iori to the w? ?tward
,,t t_M artill? ; ??.' le gr? und at 6 30 o'clo k
ir. (.?;?? mi rnl II th ?_ advan ? d In the din <?
? P and stiii.I and ? aplun d
rrt K hi The left division stormed and
(3['tur.'l I itheast o? Hachlvlso. On
? .. dlvlal ?ns took all the other
frrta T ' UKht bravely throu
th-? stl " ?''!'" r of Japanese killed
. -? xca-.-di :00 The kill? ?!. w?>u
tvA i ? - ? n 'my cann ?! now b? ? stl
? ?? . ' lUantlty of ammunition and
i :. .? i ?' ?nd m in; cannon v. ? ??- taken.
I_.fl ? red in-?!??? than 20,00 i."
l__doa, Nov. 25. The Port Arthur corre
I? : ? th Central N'.hs sends this dls
| . '?
"JUrsl il Oyaina had approached Porl Arthur
. .. Ht. two w ? ks. with hia army In two
. ?a and dim? uli a?
Iher? were any, w? re p or an !
the a:' uld be bi cu ...rd t?nl>
aft-r :!.- pioneers had prepared the way. The
ru?tes a re almost empty of supplies, Mar.}
sf Um-] been plundered bare by the Chl
i. -?
"Skint??? ' ing began on November 17 Every
tori ivy artillery, which was used with
, ? larj. Krupp guns at Kohlnson ap?
parently we.*e served r.y skilled artlll rymen,
and u : ?.????. l'y destructive, On the even
: | the Chinese still held ? i-rht or
tine r> 1 >ubts on the coast, and had twent) nuns
In v i et. The Ja] am se bivouacked on
Early In the morning of the 22d they
iwira-. storming the redoubts. They captured
Fart Laomu after a sharp, short light. Th?
oth?-r positions were raptured In quick sue
tm ?- Ithoul heavy losses to the Japanese.
Bghty guns and an enorm? us quantity of rice
??? taken. It was wholly ?i land light. The
event! was signalled to the Japanes?
??? off the coas! '
r vi Tokio, the Central New?, hears thai
? ,1 It" S' nt this report yesterda. "Porl
: was tak.-ri on the 22d by the army alone,
Th? united squadrons merely attracted the at
1? n of the enemy's seaward batteries. Since
> rday I have i.m removing the torpedoes
from the mouth of the port, dockyard and
i? enal. The shii s i--, the i??-t-t are handed over
t the Naval Department. The dockyard and
i arc In perfect w irking ordei."
Tl ? Tokio coi r? . ndenl : mai ki that A I
mlral It.? neglected to specify more cl sely th?
ships captured, and he ?!? nies the report ih-?'
there was a naval battle. Jt la believed, he
?aya, that th?? shi;s in question arc Chinese
i.Nrriliipu which ti.uk r?fii?-'?? a. P.irt Arthur
the battle at the mouth of the Taloo, and.
?hhough fully repaired, ?lid n??t venture oui
again. Unofficial new? is to the effect th I .
Biral Ito ?li?l not take part In the attack be
the entra nee t > the i ?? -rt was stud I? l
? ? ; and all the usual landm u k?
for th? guidance of pi I ta had been removed,
? h-b at Ins l? ft Ping Tang lnl< I f r
J ? Arthur, t., convey :!.?? Mikado's congratu?
lai ns to Marshal < iyama
Th? Che-F ?? ? rresp ndent of "The Times"
iph? und? t t -day's dat? that Port Vrthu
1? ?till burning. Twelve Ja] mes? vessel? have
: . and the cru'sers are
the | nsula. The Chin. fleel > H W< l-Hai
Wei.
Ft -. - -- al "Tl - Tim? -" hi trs "New
? . - aay that General Sung'? arm. is
part h ?Ida M thl? n-LIng I
the Japanese. The other
part, i? ?-? General Sung, Is mai hlr.g rapidlj
toward Port Arthur to attack the Japanese A
porl I ; - i"a k
Mol g and the n n dn - ?? rill 1 ?How Gen?
era! .-'
"Th.- Tlmes's" correspondenl In Hiroshima
?ayi "During the attack? on P??rt Arthur the
Ja] anei fleel ??ist? -I the land troop? Th?
Tong-H kn have revolted again In Southern
Corea . .1 i panes? and < 'orean troops are
busv tu] pr< .the disturbances."
A dispal ?. ri <m Pari? sayi that the Chinese
tel? graphing ? v? r) where thai the
rt"r> of Port Arthur's downfall la a wicked In
? - - oo brave Chinese soldiers
?till defend thai stronghold.
The Dally News" will say t . m m w:
?OUI 1 ha? an
r ? .... v_. hop? that Japan
v hear fi hei abje? t ? aen ?? '? overtures.
St ai will ?;
i" .... . ... ? ? ?
? . lap i ? ' ? ???' t ? ?
_ . j
- ? ? _
Jupa:, ,- ?
?M rale. f<.r half ?? ??? >?
Vary -, ,. . . _??_? hit! ? rtc have M<"> I
?'..m. n whether they will allow
J*l_t, to : ? China ,"?.?? ? ' "':?v polll
???' Mm ? ally. The An?. o-Ru n ?
a__ eai to irglns; Japan to I tern
ttmt In i f h?r viel ?ry.
"Th- Tin ? ' -.?. Ill say to-i ? ? ?
P-rr.n;,* j until the
??? - ? In ? ? . .M
' ?? ? ?f |?.,rt Arthur I of th. hi
.? hy the
^o??r^ - rt from their n<
iCPORTING SO DI.SQUIET AT SA3SOON
?*- Tl l"l:i:i?;?.' EM1IA8.IEH KNOW THE
POHTE H A.V'.Mj. TO HE '? VI? E
'??'.? __ -"The l pally News'i ' ? ?rr<
' ay? : "It I? anno n _ '
rurl
attermm- ?,, tt;, . - ; .able travel
Ifr, ??'? ? . The announcem? nl Is
it the forelgi
? ? iry to he true. Th?- Mnftl
N Mooi i ,., ,.. one
?. 'ht ??':: ,?- in ..; .... | |n ,,... ,.nt . ...
ir- Armen in? ,.i, _ixlou-? !?> know whether ihe
???er? will make united represen tat lona."
? ? ....-i i? ,ii, ,,???,pi?- f, .'.-, j
''?'?'? ;r day of National Thanksgiving their Indlg
nnaiirV '?'' ' ?"'' '"': ;?''.'?'>'? _?' '" '' n* o.tllaes ajilan f..r
lach "
ln_
? ?
Ilk- i
B?t;N.,w*__rk Th> ,r'^'-" > ?? '"'"' i"?'
xeop'ti, t _ ?*. ;i'' '-,:"" ' ' ,h" Armenian
nTot. ,r ^ -rk' '? f" "'? furih. r outrage, and to pro
m .it , ''?'"'*" at .--laid! hin? .; righteous govern
I. ,. ?_Arm_?'? Th.retary aska thai check?
t-rn v.", ''; ""' Security Hank, Mlnneapoll?; West
Ji Nal ..,,.-,, nank. New-York City, or Wells .argo
" ? Ban i' ram
'?'-' "KKI.A AT HALIFAX SHORT OP COAL.
fiom'?--"' N"V * Th* '*'"|IM" "tesmer Hekla,
lav _____U*,***a ' {"r ?*?'?"? v'?rk. pul In hen to
?W. ?n?,rt of eo?]. ..,?. r,.,?irf<l ro,u.h Wl.llh,.r ?n
t?mi2?_?L.___'?1? ,,":i" BtAtO with nort?iW????t
*"? .xt?-en ?lay?.
WOULD WELCOME BISMARCK
HIS PRESENCE AT THE OPENING OF THE
NEW REICHSTAG BUILDING DE8IRED.
W'lV THE EMPEROR DID NOT BBND HIM A FOR
MAI. invitation- INTENSE OPPOSITION TO
THE N!*\v REPRESSIVE MEAHFRE -
THE Rt'MOREP \\'?;i.,. Ri fl
?I ?N ALLIANCE.
Berlin. N-.v. .5 Th.. Emperor has caused
' ?' henlohe to lei Blsman It kn w thai hi?
'"'?"" ? ?' -Id be hlgl |y ?,.,, ,,... ,,. ,,,.. . , .
*?-????? nj r the ne? Reichstag building, on l" -
'??'">?"?>? ??? T " pi :, , irrj In? the n
Van In Intim?t? ti m; ,, ,i,. i;,,,,,..,,,,. h;, ? ,, ., ,
-? nding n formal Int II itl m men ?. I
,[;' wa" - ' ?urc ii ? i Isman k n ,ul I tnke it
1 '?' '" ??'???' *-;? '?tl?l r? fus the Invli itl, n il w is
~:" ?< ' '?'? ?? on the valnl ground nt his wlf? 's 111
"' ?**?*?? ;1 " K ;i' ra! r?p!nl m would he thai the
' ;' '? i?' heen n buffed, and this v. is In !.
avi Id. I, As yei i. . repl> in thes, ires ha
? ? m-- from Varzlr.,
1 '" 7-' hwenlnger ha? i ? n In Varzln since
?' ??lay, att? -.!??? ihe !?? In? ? es, ta h? s?- :
'" '? ?-- ? ? |?i ' ? ? ? ? Prieil
ri' I ?ruh. Cons! lei n? the a Ivers?- , .
? i - ' home, lx -'?!? s the i
w ?ve k -. ?',. Prim i Is doing
"?'< " His intimate fi I? nils saj thai I
Is ? xcell? nt, and his inti rer! In pollll Is nn ?
bated He watch??? with intens? exncctan \ th?
??? vi I. pm? ni of Prim ? Hi- he's policy. in
P ":"'i this pollc.? : . i ? fui, .nus- !..
alona: ih? : I lin N? Ith-r ? ? r.uini
II< rb? r( Is know ni have anticipai ill
l??h< ' ? a, ??? with a v r<1 of hostl ij r m! II?
'' " 'i ' r? nvi r, has ; ?av . i ? ?., Itl> il ? "|n
" rvlew" publish? ?1 by ' The l'ail Mall Gaset p
He n? ver saw a "Pall Mall Gaz? tt? " rep rter h.?
-i' s, and n? ver ace rd? I i. an Inter?, lew to
? I y
TI ?' '?? nf pposlti? n t., Die lie?' r- 'e.'Kslvi
!"' i 'u'" I a-; grown -?? strong -hat the rt.?f?at
the Government s. ems pi babl?. and th.- ? ?
l" tlv? dlssolutii n Is air. a.h a |, id Ins ? -
Although th.- exact -?? ???? of the propoi ils ha?
ti ' t"-? n reveal? A, en ?ugh Is kn ?-. stir ai
? .-? nlsm In un. xpected qii irt? rs TI i i
us have Joined the Ravai ; ,? - i ?.??.,
tt-St a? : and .In 11. ?
arv powers. Of the whole i i party, ?ml?
the Pm 'slan ?'.. il fa stn ng!> r ????. n ti
tlve bla lo help the Goveri
As ? he ? imblned vote f the Clerical maj
the I: . Heals an?! 7 he 8? lal I ?? ?? ? ? , w i?.?'?l
1- fi al th? ?; ven m ?. -i crisis I? d?
The ? 'lericals. however, may not pi
they seem II hi nl 'he has
g l a 111, an I he n i? strike a bai gain ' ?? ?
tun f 11." Jesuits, or the t
? :' ih? Bedlltz-Triltzs? hi? r Scl
- .. . .,,.,...... . . ...
...-?? ci >,' ? lin?,- a few min?.i \? .
i: lut!? n try bill
Dispatch. from S Petersburg1 rid
rep rts of an Anprl.i-1 ? '
? fl .... past
? the l'ai' !?: i- . etc TI
progress bet w??<
Itl? 1.1 nor ? a rat?
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? ' ??.. . : rned , h<
i has |
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v? h? r ?.f fear -?f '
'!'! ? ? ?? i:: ??? :
Bar? n K lerlei '.'? - - ?
' ?n- m .nth?'
with Pi P ?? ' ?
"Kladderdalsch," has heei fi m Ehren
I ? ....... ,; i|
set ved - .'?? two w< ? k i
I ! ' - . \\ ' ? ,1 ?
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'I : . America i ? ? i f??r
been n r:
? is?? ? trade
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of exports to (
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TI!'*: CZAR'S CORDIALITY TO DE GIKRS
EXPREtASIXtl : HE II? ?PE THAT Til
.: WILL 1/ ?Nil RI'M UN II
St Petersburg, Not ?n hi
? "gar ? :ll Issue manif? I ?? urreai
taxes and some sentences, i?-, i recoi i
.,' clemency When he received the Mlntstei
?.-r lay he welcome l M de ?.'??- nl th? For? ?
s-lth ?; ? lal rordlalltj - nu thai
Ihey would work logcthei 'or a Ion? lime
Th?- streets In th* Ions route of the w< : lln ? ; ro
... on will be lined with troop? In full ?:??
sailor? an l paie*
LONG HELD CAPTIVE BA Till: M A HOISTS
Cairo Nov. :'? Path? r Rosslgi
Mr-1 by the M ihdlst? fit 1? sn<! intl
??a- ?i- i I prisoner i>> ? t.* m In On i srrlv?*.l
h? r- ? . lay il- repeat* i th.- ?t..r> of hi? ?
in Aral, after h? hart be. i I to ro to
im ror hi ???:?? H< ? ?
:?? by night, h? ?ays, si ' hi
d iy M- .? i - n ; loj -' a? ??< wait, r In a caf? u
lin,- the l is! v. u * of hli r? dden In ? ?m ? irman
DESTRl'iTIVE BARTHQI'AKBS IN SICILY
Pali in.?. Not -'?"? ?-'? .? re rarthq i ? Inn**
dlKirlcta ?,' Sicily.la) *"i li- small tillages ..7
Sampler! Miles ?i ? San
Hol'i r''? ????.'? -.'?"'-? ?i Th,- horn? I?
have , ami ? i In th? fl? : li
? ?
THE At'RTRAI.IAN PREMIERS TO V7 ' I
Sydnej Not -' The Australian Premlei sill
i il bai t . : -".:.. i 29 ''. dis? iss Im
? and Int? r? o! ?
KILLI H /?') i F! V.! MA V HORSE.
?5 WA? PKACEFI LI. f MILK I ?'?!
UV r. THE STP.E1
j0 pph Crantz, lift) nli.e yesr? ol?l, llvlni al No
,,,.,..,,..: ? ? : ,i Ixtleth t., a
. , ? ireet at Jerome an i I.? dw Ith at ?
? i o'clo? k v. -t? iia\ afternooi , when a i
way hoi te ait.e h? i to ? b n cam : ? hli .? doa n
i ,. nue. it struck i 'rants and I hi i ?w an i
,, ,. |; failli ? th? hon ? lai I? d on Ci
?i i .. , ? -, ; ?. i-,, i ,:, lurl? ? from ? hi. h h.
r hour lat'-r HI \:-n-.\.-- Itu
?.., v..,. with him, ?..?' so -? i. m I) Injun d thai
he Is not ? '?t- ?led l
The horse was owned and driven bj
Low "! No. ':>? Hopklns-ave. I.'?.\ was am ?t?
?
\OT A?"" V os THE PROGR l " ME.
! ? 1; TIIOl'KANI? PEOPLE tV \ I'? Il A RI SA H \ ? AI
THE ? HI? 'A',? . H? iHHE Ml? ,\\
Chicago, Sov ZS Five thousand people st.I on
.,,,:" about th.- big amphitheatre si Taltei
sa'l'a last night, and saw four handsome hor ?
run madly around the ring. All faared thai h,
ton they could be stopped tme ?.r more of the
ihre? m? n in Hi?- I?ink.- ihe) hauled would i
killed. The ton'' horses ar..vn.-d i,y Anthony
Schmitt, and irer? driven by hi? coachman, I) .1
Mlenby, win. lost control <?! Ihe tenu and sal
helplessly "" '?'" ,,"v- ?'l?, " galloped around In s
?h?rt circle, AHenbj s/as showing the four blacks
in competition for th? pris? for four-ln-hand?
n ?'. Crawford, another of the contestants, driving
hi? ,,',..ii team, and the dilver of R, liai McCor
mii'k's i?-:itii I'?'?'1 tin-li horses ?tandiiu- In Ihe
i-entr.? ..: the tii,?, and th? Judges were sraitlng for
tllenby to i.iniK his team to s stand, when the
crowd saa thut the black, were their ?..?.n master?
Then the ?."'' people climbed Into their seats, and
anxiously watched the result of the runawsj
The ban?l wa? playing ? livel| quickstep, whl?h
.,,)',!,.,] i., me snxlety a? the horses ran around and
an.un.i th.- ring Allenby could do nolhlni bul
keen ins seat, and twice .u?.un.I lh< lin-: he man
a_e'i t.. guide ih?- horse?, so thai the wagon ?tas
keni on n? wheel??. The two footmen leaned over
the driver's shoulders, bul he declined Iheii i ?
i,-i,..! assistance, on th?? third turn about th rl ?:
? he horses were running so fast that ih<* wagon
-??s overturned, and in? three occupants r?>) ???I
?ver and <?v? i H? th- soft Hit t.? the board?! sides.
th? team was onh slight I) checked by th? sd
.???lonal strain on It, caused by the overturned
,ir- ?? ?i"! started across '?>.? srens for th?s en
i'n",ce where a big |>ollcem'_n. Edward Martine.
?Vrabbed ?me of t'.^ leaders by the hits and brought
the team to ? standstill He was swarded h>- th?* ,
anols IS? of tt'?* W? C?rO?IK_. Tb? ti.r.? men Wcie
only sll?litlJ* hurt. ?
TEMPEST ON TUE OCEAN.
THE PARIS,
II .VI
OILBAGH ? ?id? BY THE A.NTWERP ItOAT THE
PAHIH BI'PERIOR PO THE ? I'NARDER
V? A STORM .!_RT__
Tl ? Red Star steamer Rhynland arrived here
yesterdaj from Antwerp after fifteen days of
storm and atres? at sea. From th? time of
passing Flushing until ?he passed In t>y Sandy
H""k she struggled against gales rrotn the
south-aiauthwesl and ? I i rthwest. She w.,s
c1' ?*P?J laden, and Ihe wav? ? Hwejil In i deck
continually. \n the pass? rgei. a re :.- pi be
?' VV, and th,- ? i'.jn. .. were run at reduce i S].I
'ha! the ... amer v. nid take the - as more
? -nsii. ? in x?v, ? i j i..-1- _] (he chief ? nglne ?r re
l-t le i :i Ni?hl der '? the ta.id i ? I
w hi? h r? ?iiilri'.l il..- ?t..;.| ing .-i th? ? iiglnes f??r
three I.??-? ai th.' Um.' the lU'i-iili HI \s.' ,1
Ported a fresh s? uth-i ihw? I gal? was blow
'"-' and a high ? h i unning. As so?,, as the
' HKln? lia] |, I m.,- ri. ,,,,. | a,.n nfj _,.... th
? - "'' ihe -.-a .md roll? d frightfully, while
great wa i i-rasl I d.?w n un her with ter
Illl'- fl
Captain Mills, th? . mmnnd ?r of the \ ? ? I
l?i I"- hung ??? r Ih? h i ai :
ng ?ant In a film ? ?i th?? waters
; l?rev??i c?l i rent seas fr ?m hr? tkii . ami
| the Ithj nlan.l rude nul th ? Ihn ? I urn a th.
......
Whlli 11-.- sta.rm ,?..'? ? ?? m :. un 11,
id ? !. a saila.i n mi' d Pion n li -
r.-ll I ml t.. tl
?"??' '?' ?-" hi i, ? i arm li- ? . I l<> !???
I . ; ....
The IH . , .,, |
a ? I ? learner l'ai
??s and
: tin:.:.-- ? I. ? I?, ? th?
land. T - : ? i-.
t gave a i
w? alhei ? I. . , . .??:?? It?.
ISt??Sl Sta-H ... I ,.i .,- Th? , i of th.?
l'ai .'. ? I ?. i-. s claim? l thai In i utigh
a-? alh? i the V?neri<-ai The
Lu? aiiia ?... ? I ?aunt's R.??k ?>n ih? tfteri
f November 1? in?l up i n >n of ihe n< Kl
? ; a brisk south
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l.l.-w n-i t h great i
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in one i' i'-k tl??? ?k '.?..' fi m. i .343 In an ihei
j.... ka-l n i l. ??? i ? i mi I !? A che 1< ilr.i wrn h)
.lam? s Stewart Cuahinan on in-- Metropolitan
Ti n-1 ?' impany for $3 too wa .?. found In th
A valuable si pwal h was als, among
ihe things thai were found up ?n the dead i
dm., Stewart t'tishman was well known l"
_lub ami ra??lng circle. Ih- was a member ?>f
m ,,-. ? the pmmlni nl clubs nl the clt). among
t ?,, - ? 11 the I'nion League, New-Y??rk and ?Me?
y.iK Athletic. He waa also ai one nine promt- :
nenl In \Vall Streel A? a racing man he was
on?-?? the owner of King
n,. u i? the - ?n 't Alonso i ?. Cushmsn, who
twent) )-< irs ago was one of the dryg.is kings
,,? \,-u ?fork He wa? fifty-live years old, and
lived al No 170 Nlnth-ave. He was nol marrie?!
,- ,, ,,,, r l > d.i.- . lewe I the budj at the West
Twentieth ?I atatlon al M o'clock last nlghl and
granted a permll for Pa removal to his late
home_
AX HRIRRSS HF.XTEXCRD FOR IARCRXY.
Milwaukee, _*la., Nov. K Mi*. Adelalne Featber
?tone, of Philadelphia, who la ?aid to be the belres? ,
i,, ,, fortune, I? an Inmate of the Houae -if Poi
rection, where ahe la ?erving six months f..r lai
,-. u> i.ast Thursday, after languishing la Um
county tall f"r four month? awaiting trial, aha
p , : i guilty. It I-? sai.l aha took this ac__a In
preference t'? requesting aid fr??m h?-r wealthy
relatives, being more willing to undergo Imprison
meni than to allow her people to I? irn of her Hi
?rar? h ia believed Use woman could have es
,.,!?..i conviction If she bad lemanded a trial, and
It i? thought thai even if sin- wa? convicted, a Una
Inst?-,.! ?.r Imprisonment would have been the pen
.-.,?, inflicted, but being without funds aha deckled
t . plead gull ti and ?uff?r the ronaa .nemas Mrs.
Feathers tone i< th.- Wlf? of a ?on of the l_t? <._n
erai Fea_ier?tc?ne, of Philadelphia. ,
LITCANIA AND RHTNLAND
K??r?'il WEATHKR.
DEATH HIS ONLY ESCAPE.
FREDERICK BAKER FOUSD IT
TIIK ACCOMPLICE OF BEELT IN' THE
GREAT BANK ROBBERY DROWNED.
DETECTIVES WERE Lot Louise, um.
IT IS RELIEVED THAT HE COMMITTED St ft ?IDE
NO CLEW TO THE HIDINH PLA?'E OF HEEI.?
RVERI EFFORT TO FI? l? HIM I'P.CIT
Ll-W 1,1? IIAK l.l: Il ni: \ ||..|.|. . i.N
'I !!??: IIOOKKEEI 11: ' THE? IRIEH
\ ; ' . HERE THE
tND LEATHER HANI s
MU.N'El V? '
Mtho'igh everal h
? ?i ?, tn in> letc-tlvc? and I
li ' s ha? ? U n m iklnj- et rj efl ? t,i u !
? : ' ' ** ?and
Lea il r National Hank -,\ . ,
In lie n tu
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fat in llcinpst.-ad
Itay. w.ts l r . ? . i ?.,:. ?
'i : In .1? . -a :. I 1. .
I. ink li . ' ? ttrei y well .?stab
? -, 1 : .- il th- I
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paw f<>r ?iraw'.ni it <>l th??
lire. A genei
stances In ! ?
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tes I ?>?.,. renn
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K'hlpi i ?
tii ? fie f II litt Vi ' he . V. Ilded th?>
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re fuse d. The fa | mil i ?
lion, hnwev.-r. a ill glvi ?ol.i ?
.. ,-. ;.., ? i : ? .? n h! 'h seem - t ? ?
tils desire .i- 11 a >u1 I . erl a extent. ?
? , ' ice .u I n. . : illftl?
. ul? t., :? i ? th?
It all pitd al.llit) this wa I! ik.?r h id
wh.-n he left I
moi nlng, tnd tl ?fier I
was found ft.?atl II : ': he es
It a . In N">? V , I. ? ' ? ?. w.?r. . : ' III? It," t he
defalcation In :' ? H ??? l l.? ih??i
Whether ..r iioi ;- lug of
his intend waj
acted In concert aso i
taln.-d Tin n piiiIm ? ,|.*n>
i ha t th.-y knew
bank, and shj ihat llu-y i
intil th.-y saw hi natin I ?
I laker In Sum?a)
What i.. .'.ni..' f the 1 :
cl . a |l|.*Sl
of Hie Sh ??? mil I. I??*?' un,l.
wem I" be III.? ?
b.-iltk' '' ? ' ? Who weie -'li i : , .
: hi deal lawyer tv.l
lal fr..m ?In id
t . \ i ' i?| \
it hi h ih? Lank
! , hi positiv? it I that II
lll.ld, hi \". : m ? ' >:n I , the ' If? ?I thai -
I : ,i. -r pul mon.?) lilt?? tl ray I.?
ivltlioii: a I I >? m
ha i ? M i "ran. ? th?
Hli .. .- .,,1 I., a' !.? ? Hani ha ? ? i line
? h ? hon .rai y tre-t-uirer f an el ? rail
way. h il ? "oshlei Van \ ? ..
without an] lu Ital i yesterday, ;..,?.
u ?m enipl ? hon. : i".?inp;iii) had
11 e v e i had in .. ' ? : ? ' ' thai I ' - ? .
d?ni < "i .n" hail ' ? i
.?7, .. ,1,. of his Hin? nr tl iiighi unI ih.n M,.
; i. , ' ha! '."?' ' i ||1,p ' ' ' ? '?-?? '"
i,?h a concern whs preposi.-r m
Th.- lunik lto.t| thai Hak. i
had b< ? m drawing ?>ul <\ ' II."" ' ?? ?
11,,. \,,<t three ?>i ' nr m ?ni hs ?.v? r and ab ?
?? hui he h.i'i i ul In, n '"l lhal Vtiguat 1 i
had ?Ira? n oui ??'. ? i I- >.. '? !i" bank !? ?pi? do
not bellet ?? that Ital-.. r ha I all hid.I? n
>.,, I hat t hey e.'iiiii.'t I ' of It.
THE STOR ?V OF BA KEWS DEA Til
CIRCaUMOTANCES WHICH TOINT TOWARD
THE THEORY OF SUICIDE.
in: ASKED in-' wiii: \m> DAI'OHTER To ?;..
ROWINd WITH HIM. TH"' 'HI IT W \S \ ,'.|.|i
AND Cl.t'Sl I .ItlNii DAI ON THE WATER
Hi: \vi:n i' OPT vI."M: I N \ KM W.I,
AM? LIOHT BOAT DIE l \M
li.v ' n iSI ? TRIP ro THIS
I'll'? \N AlT'd'.-'V TO
RE HELD BT THE
. . iR? iNER
A careful Inqulr) Into the circumstances at?
tending the death of Pr*di-rl?k Raker In Hemp
stead Harbor on Baturdaj morning only In
iri'imi'S th?- sensational character of the affair.
Th>* story, as learn,-.! from tin- members of th.
family, th.? servants, the doctoi and trota tl;?'
Coroner le "t.' unuaual Intereat.
Al?.?it s o'clock Saturday moraine, after the
family had l?r? akfast.??!. Fr. d? lick R Baker,
th? son of Mr. Baker, announced that he would
spend the tu?.ruing duck-shooting, and '
be back by rj or I o'clock In the aftemo?
the latesL He invited his brother, Cteor
Baker, to go with hint, '?tit the latter r?>m
thai he had had enough ..f duck-ahootlni
preferred to remain In the bouse, it was a
blustering lay on the bay, and Freder!?
Baker, about 8 o'clock, d*re_aed f,.r his trl|
into his i,.,at and started out alone t?i
Mott's Point In the direction of th.? S
Tl.- usual r.?util.f ?i country house
went ..ti. Th.? members of the family pt
noi to have noticed anything unusual in th
or manner ..f the master of the h
' r.'derlck Baker. He is reporten) as hi
finished his breakfast and spent an hour
n- ill-- library looking over the morning pa
A STRANOE INVITATION TOR HIS WIFE
[?AFGHTER
Vb i? I" n'cl '< Mr. Biker asked his
Vn i i ' i and hi? daughter, Florene
Hak??i-, wh'i .- almul twenty-three years "
they ? i., go oui with him and t;i
I on the bay. This boat v.
beautiful .1:1. made expressly under the 1
n 7 7.; ; : iker. It w is bull! of light ?
. , - |ef| 1 , It? nal n: al . 1 r
. arnlshe I ver. The b a- w 1* modelle 1
;: 1 skiffs, which are
: , ity of linos, -'..:.-' !
i?1 ? ? :
\ the ilaj was ex ? ?dlngly disagreeable,
? i . ition to g
I it, in?! ri maine i i:i : ? u- use
Hak, n 0 If he \?
it G .. also de lined, saj Ing
n in the ii iuse Ilef?ire
Mr. Hi need his intent!.f going a
'clock, with 1; - .r n, h
? <kit? an 1 !??: h I off, remarking tha
tun : ?. 11! i k, This w is t:.>
. .,1 ?'.
' it 2 .'clock th?- pe ???;? In the house 1.?
mxlous a fal 'i ? ?f Mr. H
n Fi i? 1 Ick ? 1 return, and ?,.
red to go "tit and look I ? tl
H' h :.: ?; v. n 1 ? :ii. 1 ?? ach, ("it ?aw 1. it hin
th.* ml ng mei Hi then sti : l ilong
and wh? n ab ul 1 qu irter ..f s mile f
? . th.. south of it. his atten
?? is attra ? l by ??:: upsel boat tl atlng n ai
pectIon he r< c ignlzed
? ith i'-. There are a numbei
? th a ,: t at t!.:- pla ??-. an 1 near
li '? u i a dark mass, whl*h G<?orge though)
? ' ? H- w is soon c invlneed, h
? ? it It ? ? ?if a m in tl latlni
t-ard, ind wh? n he saw
? :?> he r? illze 1
?
Ju it 1 ? tit 1 ?eorge saw his brot
k comli r* around Mott's Point In
: turning fi 1 >m his gunn
?: l t.. his brothel to '
: th? n the two brothers went
' ' : ff, tt iii.'h was a sh
took the skiff and
r father In tow and 1 inded them
? \ 1.:',' HITS Ti ' REVIVE HIM.
\ ; v ? Ian was s? t,? for, and I >r ?"? " ks
hie. The d?i ' r 1
' Mi H iker deail, ! ??t at the eai n
if Mri 1 lal ei he 1 nd< avored
The 1.. :. w as th. :i ren I
th?? house, where II was placed ??n two cha
and th?? work .?f ntt>?mptlng t?i Induce respl
II to no purpose.
Th was in M r. Rak?
I I running ? hen I
U "i o'clo k b thai ?
.'?la: 11 o'?*l I.
? ken the wa
- of tin? w tl h T
: an undertal
: . :
1 VI?.? ;. was Inf
mi home h.? did 1
the Sai 1 u ml
i uv heard nothing ft
.-'!, . aji ; t... ? * ti. 1 Bank, >?
... xaminatl' ?:? of the bo
. ?1 . nstan "s 1? ?'M lained
he famll). v. as ii,. |ln 1 t.? pi
.. .-1 ntal drownli
\ ng, however, when he receh
1 -1 iper he began :?> mistru
il part and at Hi o', 1 ick he ,
a ?. 1 \v\ of seven me
Tb.-.t ar? ?' V s.-.m in, William I-' Cornell, \
I. 1 1 ? :-. .1 Bird, Thomas Fay. Willia
11 1 .1 m. (teaman Mi Schenck ?rou
have calli . 1 in' Saturday night but th.- h.?
t.. and li t l.s thlnlj s. ; ?led place It w:
In ? ? ? ?' ? ? call one on such sh irt n itlce
irj r? elved the body yesterdaj mornli
ad .'ii n" l t ? -n. again next Battu
? : 1er t>. have time for ??\
, . ilat? In the me m ti:ti?*. ti
r wll give permission to-da) : r the fat
. . 1I1 body. This will b ? done We Ine
irlal pi ic ? sel :ted l"?i:in < In enw -
?
AN At'TOI'SV TO HE HELD.
H ?' ??? th I) 1- remov? 1. h .wever, the Co
1.1 A'ill a '? ? 1 post-mnrten exa tnlnatl? n mad
round foi ? !??'.> ?li Ian who \v.
isk 1 'i Cu-ka ,1" line 1 to pel
. inatl 1, a? he bellet ? I thai
.1 ind th.? 1 iy is .ail
$1 ? Mi Sc . ,.-.:.:? 1 Trl ? ine r? 1 Tter 1 1
; ' : that pois mlng ha
.,?.,?, hill ali thi ? in
: it J Mr [taker's '.-'ith at
ml 11 sh ?ul
; .'. 1 du the n.,' I pos-tlhilltli
? , i :. r revel ved I
1 At al
; .?1 |i it?" ,111 ?till |?>??i made, and til
.-??. much will . ? ighly examl I."
i" Sal .: !" itfteril.1 .Mis. and Miss Hak,
lit dott 11 to the tir. al N"? k statloi
,f Hi.? L ? it.! Railroad, it hh h Is ab ul elgh
un th. Ir I.-?? The two wdmen were ex
,? h the 1
\ ,\ v? : k, bin miss? l II b> only ? : -?
... -?? 1 the gi ati ? : ipp ntmenl a
u the ? lain in I according to m f th
itloii at the time wepl bitterly
\l , iki ' then isked il II w? re possible t
1 special train and said thai she woul?
1 pi 1 f .1 om li was Imp issible I 1 fur?
? Ith one and the tw ? w inyn t..,.k th?
? I o.'k I In th? Il >*as rep 11 teil
? ha ' ' il? n i'.n.? In the Sherman
H Inquiry al that place las: night
tl . pert ai of th??lr d.-, ri| ti .n had
In :!,. h t ; Th,- Baker house ai So,
:, VV? Seventieth --i . also was tightly closed
ami rev?ale 1 11 ? signs of anj one bell
k It iki r al lefl the Sand's Point h ?use
d.it
T l??l ' I ' Bak? r at the e??untry
?1 of th? li* yester la) ? .'.? n ge Baker's
?, i'.-i ?? ll ii- 1 is something of a
man of I isure, remalne I at the house. The prob
aldlltlcs are thai >', ,rge Baker ?peni last nlghi
in the Sand? Point h "is.- alone with his father's
THE i'iiIXTKV PLACE OP THE BAKERS.
The Baker country house is beautifully situ?
at, 1 .,n a kn??ll on th< weal side ?.f Hempstead
Hay, an 1 ah mt a mile from the well-known coun
try-piac of W. Bourke C-ckran The property
.? ., nold to Mr l!ik.?r by Adam Mott six years
. : . .? . had been It? owner many years, and
after whom Mott's Polnl wa? named. Th? prop
- es ab ?ul seventy acn ?, and m ?st of it
iltlveted. Mr. Baker has had a sir..tig
fancy f, 1 hl?>oded cattle, and had gratified It un
stint? lly, having several hundred .mimais of the
tin. st I : I oil his land.
?The house Itself is an old-fashioned but sub
ill) hull! farmhouse, The outside has 1.n
,,., lernl-i-d by Its presenl owner by the addition
.,;? several bay windows, verandas, hardwood
Ho.>ra throughout, and handsome mantle-pie -
The furniture In the bouse Is of the most ex
luxurious kind.
Frederick Baker '??.as In appearance a typi?
cal New York business man He was five feet
1 n in? hes m height, and iif??l Iron-gray hair
and closely trimmed slde-whlsker-. His chin
and lip were smoothly shaven. He Is described
b] those who saw htm when h* was alive as
being a trifle portly, but extremely ?active ..ti
1 |g f?.t. He s.???in.?.l t., be In th.* prime ..f.lif??.
ii. wife Is al,,m tifty years old, ..f medium
height, dark hair and eyes, and Is generally
liked bj those who know her. Frederick R.
Baker Is very much lik?* his father in t.uii.l. but
~ Continued wa .'lith 1'iige.
GOVERNOR MORTON'S STAFF.
SOME OF THF. MEN SAID T? ) HAVE BEEN
SELECTED,
COLONEL r. a M*ALPI_ BLATBD for a. Jl'TANT
OENERAL AND OOLONBL F <\ M 'I__J___ and
J. M V.U:.\:._ POR INSPECTOR-OEM.
ERAL .\NI> JUDQE-ADVOCATB
OENERAL, RB8PECTIVELT
? JOHN JAO ID AST? ?It,
MAI BE A
Governor-elect Levl P. M ?rton I i decided upon
neveral m??rjir.- _ llltat-y i alt, Including
tin.'?'or foui "f th? m is? Important posts. Col nel
E, A. McAtpin, i : _'? . .< tds the
list for Adjutant-General, with the rank of M ijoo
<; n r tl, ind th? re ; littl? loub t thai be will,
toon after Januar) i. neu -i eed Majar-General
.1 ?lab P rter, wa hen h-11 tli ? ?ti e sine i Jana
.11 y 1. l?-'i. under Oovernors Hill and Flown -a
period of nine y< ira Colonel M< Vlpln aai In.
a prominent member of th" National Guard <?f
this dty, and retired after extended ind faithful
i ?rvl >? :? i colonel o ;!.?? 71? : it. In poU
-- he ij .?n aid-nt Republican, and was for
several yean president :' the i: publl an B___i
>: League. It waa lutii ; ?' M Alpin'? *<___??
,; - i men er of th" llrm of D II Me
1 ?'-?'.??- :i,i,, t|ng ,,_. ,,f
? ? I i:i th" United
.?' It? s
?v,--: to ?'?.'..-;.-i McAlpln'a name on th.? ...v
ernor-el? ct's military si it.- appears that "f Cokt
; nel Frederick ?'. HcLewee, of thin city, for In?
spector-General, il- beg m his , sreer m the
ramoua "th Regiment, ind rose t-. the grade of
:i commissioned officer, ll- i.ime subsequent
ly Assistant Inspector-General under General
Barber, bul when, m id.- campaign "f 1881 th.
managers of David B. Hill's campaign for <..?v
ernor caused notice :?? be served "ii those hdd
Ing places un 1er th" State government that
I they were expected to go to work for Mr. Hill
C lonel Me Lew ? -. who being a Republican, was
supporting Warner Miller I n Governor, prompt?
ly resigned th?? place, and wenl actively !nto
the canvas? for the Republl? tn candidates.
Colonel M.?[..??.'??? will take the place of Briga?
dier-?*.? neral Th? m.i? i! M ' ?rath, w ?- beea
i. ?? ? tor-? i- i" ral sin ??? Januar) 1. 1? >"_
l " M. O. Terry, of Utlca itood,
pted the sugg i ; r-e M a
? - act a? s ? : ? ? Governor's
?taflf, with i'i" rank of Brlgadier-tieneral The
pre* ral is Dr. .1 ?seph l>. Bryant,
? ?f this 'Ity. President Cleveland's family physi?
cian. Dr. Bryant was ,,|. inted by Mi Clevs?
Ian,I when th? itl ? ?? ! th" office "f Gkre
I ernor, January l. 18*3. nearly tweh'e yean ago.
Dr. Terry is pi unlnent .: the a.? ? i ? ? ? ? 1 pr f? -?'.--n
a- a homo. ? ; ? a'ii* physician, an I ?? t;?.-- head t
t:.- Faxon ll ipltal a- Utlca, a noted h - ??
opathlc Institution, Dr. Terr>" i- th.- family physi?
cian of Charles _' Hackett, chairman ?: th.- Re?
publl ,u: Stil.- ?' mmlttee, and frequently at?
tende.] ex Se?al r Ros ? C ...p.- during his
real lence m Utl a
it was reported yesterday that Colonel Jamea
If. Varnum, ?>f this city, i-i to '?? ? Judge-Advo?
cate-General "ti Mr Morton's staff, taking the
place "t AI me! F. Jenks, foimerly Corporation
Counsel of Brooklyn, who became Judge Advo?
cate-General b) appointment of Governor Hill
October l. IWO Colonel Varnum la a well-known
Republican, and ran for Attorney-General ?>_
the Republican State Uck_ it; lt_t_ He is a
member ol th" Loj il Legion, th.'? Bons "f th.?
Revolution, and a number of social organisa?
tions
Several places on the Governor's military staff
arc salaried. Th" Adjutant ? ;? neral draws 14.001 a
! year. The place ?-f Assistant Adjutant-General,
? which is till.'d by Colonel Frederick Phlsterer.
i ??f Albany, his a salary of $.'..'??" .< year. Th?
Commissary General and Chief of Ordnance,
which office is now ?ccupied bj Brigadier-Gen?
eral Joslah M. Var?an, i? worth 12,500 a year,
? mi.I ids assistant. Colonel Joetph E. Btory, gets
1 12.30?] a yeur. Brigadier-tien? i .1 Benjamin M.
: SVhltlock. General Inspector of Lit!- Practice,
is paid $2.000 a year and hie expenses Th-?
Inspector-General is allowed *?? a ?lis- and his
expenses while actually on duty and the As?
sistai,? Inspector-General get? $2,000 and his .-x
pensea
i:- ?idea th ? mill ry I I - iff aires l_
named ther ? are n ?w In ofll? ?? V. al
? C Rii'k -'t . Chief of Engin ers; B la
di? r-i I? n -i al < '?'- i ?;? i ' Ha ? nmlsaary
? ;? neral oi Bubal* lei ; B General P. It.
ll.ils.s. !',i\ .ii.i.-i r-General; Bi leneral
l-'.-rdii. tnd P. i:.i C ?f Artlll? rj . Brigs II r
General William M West, Quartermaater Gen?
eral; t'd.ai'-l Edwin I. Judson, Militar) Becrt.
lary, an I C??l n I? .1 din _ ? : ?. All ei t i: Hilton,
Thomas K Bloan, ?'h < _ R Ja i Rup
i? rt. jr., Ti.thj s Williams, W L. Rivis and
I: i ..-rt ?'.t: ? Mainroe, il?l? s- le-? amp. Th? y .?11
serve for glory. ex??ept the mill ??>'.
who h is a sa ar> T i -I 'hi J Vator, ??:' thla
city, will be offered, it la un I - d. ne of the
places of aides-de-camp, with the rank of
c dunel by the coming ?.??.-:. or.
-.
HARUIFI /.'? SKI II FR H Tl RED.
TUB RIM Or HIS WHEEL WHILE HR W_i
TR VININd VT ? LIFTUN n ITH THE FOR?
El< IN HlfVCLE ' H AM PU ?NH
While training yesterday afternoon ?in th?? old
racetrack al I'll I a. N J., with the foreign chaw?"
in,ms. Otto Hardlfcr, the crack btcyele rider, who
is entere*! In the international toumamenl to "her
to-morrow evening, was badl ?'? I - - : ?"? oi
his fronl wheel bursl and the rider ?us throws
heavily forward. His skull wai fractur? 1 lui how
badly has noi :?'? ' been determin? I. Ha ?.?j rs
tnoved to his home In ?' -
TBACrXd THE VlttLDRKX OF PITMXRU
I?.-tr.pit. Mich., Nov. -?"?? The D troll pollcs were
last night ask.-d to bwk up Mrs. Luclada Burn? sat
ascertain wh thei ihe had In her possession Um
two children of P?tese!, whom the Insurance ?win
?u.-r. H. ii. Holmes, > mf? ?a I > it? rday afternoon
t.. I'liilid.-lphia polies thai he had left with Mrs.
Hums while m this city Octob r II The ???man
was found In a cheap boarding-house on Cong raw
st. At Brsi ihe refused t?> discuss the matter,
hut Anally denied thai ihe ha 1 the children or Knew
where th"> were, or bad ever l?en Hohnes Lata
last nicht Mrs Burns wltl Ire? her denials and
?aid ?he had had charge i ' th?' P?tese! children for
several we k-? Three week? ago, however, Ho ni>?s
cams t<? the city and took th nn swsy, she kn^ws
not where, at the same tuns "beating' Iser wit of a
IS board bill.
-?
I'I till OF A WRMY FOIXY MRS OCA TE.
Jacksonville, Pia., Nor. *.- A dispatch from Orala,
Fla?, -ays thai Colonel Janus L Whits died t'als
morning ?>r general debility, sg d sixty-tiv?'. He
was a gradaats or Weal Point, having h-en ? ??ia?v
mats ?<f i;.-n.?n?i j. m. ___o_ol_ When the ?'ivii
War broke out he ca.it his fortunes with ta" Boutt.
?__ haul charge of an ordnance plaat In Alabama,

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