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I J IT'5 SO." I fc J 'Sz'SSmSr W' IT'S SO." I t (l suyQ.136. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1892. , PRICE TWdTcKgT" ''fl i sStTdead by a maniac. I hk svmmosh doctor wilder to -' H 5 7OrSK IS CHICAGO, I n a ! mm " "", noop'-T,", n.Ue l Jo" H"""". TVho Went wien nu Will" O'rt w" '- ' II l SoPrO.ed ""' 1,d,"on,, lm"B' "N , ,k., ,,, Hector. Who Ild Treated W ,, Had Heeome Ills Enemy. W rntrioo Jun. l.V-A '! miisculnr man en- 111 .l J II. Foe's drug storo nt Cottngo Grovo ' n ad J Twenty-ninth strcot nt 1 o'clock V Karnoon and asked Clerk Louis Bolde to th,' i ..ta Dr l'l ivlus M. Wilder that a man 'nU0, and that hla services wero desired at CThi clerk 'cnt thn messago to the house. .-id received n roplr that the Doctor would I d,It the patient ns won as ho returned from ft M lfelonl vUlt on Calumet avenue. Tim W, g muscu'ar man seemed greatly ploased W hn he reeelvod tho answer, and thanked -fii Z?lk for hH trouble Then ho buttoned h hoarr overcoat and loft tho storo. Val rir.i) hour later Dr. Wilder, accompanied by Ilr. r.lchman Panuol Rood, drovouptotho bis B Parting bousa at 2.710 South Tark avenue. Ml rtilMPod out of his cutter, ran up tho stairs. M ..Vang tho boll. Ho carried a chostotmodi- 9 ,lnrE his loft hand. Coachman Deed stood M t tho hone's head when tho Doctor sprang H frcm tlis cilttor. II A momont alter Dr. Wilder rnnjr tho bell tho doorwasauIAlyopenod and theblg. museu W lr man who had called at thu drug storo jjrte.1 Into th" entrance Ho was Imroheaded M atiuescttod. From tho curb Coachman Hoed jM uw tho follow thrubt a revolver 1 ulo the Doc- tor'e fare an'1 flri'- ' lbs Doctor made some nnlntelilclblo cotola HjJI matlon and Etnggercd toward the stops. The rl bareheaded m in follow od him. firing first at J bis victim's head and then at his breast Four M fhots were fired when tho Doctor fell In tho MlwiT covored with blood. Ono bnllot had 1 Merced his left eje and entered tho brain. 1 1 Another ktmck him at tho baso of tho spine. !)H mdlelt tho lodr nboo tho right hip. Two 91 other Imllots lodced in a pnekago of letters. 'im whlch nas In .m inside pocket of tho coat cov- ! crlnstheheait. m flhenhotawhU lctlm was dying tho big fl tareheadtd man .ttered a loud yell and toro 'fl down tho steps Ills eyes woro blnr.lug and ho -,H waved his reoher above his head. "Oetoutof the way orl will kill you. too." ifl he crlei when Coachman Hoed tried to stop nm him. ill Itunnlne into tho stroet, tho manlao sprang J Into tho cutter nnd lashed tho horso Into a )Wj jallop. l'coplo besan to pour out of tho bulld- ""jT Idjj adjoining and join In tho pursuit, but tho . , wild man In the cutter flow ovor tho snow on $m I Calumet avenue and quickly left his pursuors K behind, without stopping for obstacles or tho 11 cries of teamsters. The crazy man In tho cutter swept around Wj corners and through tho streets until ho reached tho Twcnty-socond street polico m station. Hera ho stopped his horso and ran I into the sauad room. I Tto done it at last." ho cried to Desk I Sergeant Carey, "and this is what I did it I with." I Tho mad man gavo his revolver to the po- I Uoemtn and sat down. While he was sitting I In the chair a telephone message camo from I theCottagoOrove avenue station to look out I for bareheaded man who was alono In a cut- wl., ter. "flrVtttessagocoBtlnuod: "Tho fullow la f , Ma Redmond, tho crazy blacksmith, and he li aifkipedaman." ml ,edmond did not object to bo placed in a U celt, He said ho did not like Iron bars for l treakfatt, and then ho began to sing. Half an H hour later he w as taken to the Cottage Grove avyiue station. 'When Dr. Wilder fell in the hallway his head struck an Iron pillar. The gash Inflicted by this fall increased the hemorrhage undcov- ered his taco with blood. Tho dying man's brother, who is also a doctor, camo to tho nouse junt In time to drive away n, morbid erowd which wns swarming up tho steps. The Doctor lived less than twenty minutes alter the miidman sprang over Ills body. B The murder was thn culmination of ft do- :' rnestio tragedy which has no equal In tho crim- I I- Ipalhlstoty of Chicago Four years ago llttlo . Annie liedmond. tho only daughter of tho mur- Oirer. whs stolon from thostreotwlilloatplay. , , lh alHluction caused nn unusual bensa- 7, iioa. llui tiolice and press woro appenl- V K.' o.and each willingly lent asslRtnneo in 'he 'Tort to iocovit thn llttlo girl. Thn grief- frckojj father abandonuil his work and f ooMlmecsiintly for his (laughter. Hogie.it wcamo the btraln upon his inlnl thnt ho lost unreason. and lie was committod to thn in- aae asylum at KanUkco. But tho search was pot abandoncil. I'ress and peoulo fiillowcd up tps6eareli with ronowed igor. Subscription nttswero opened and citizens subscribed llb- rally. ' . On,"laywhlloawomnnllingln the nolgh- bpibood of tbrt ltnlmond household was v Ihit- inetbo HomH for the Friendless at Twentieth wreetanrt at isli alio recognized tho prorty Iif?i AL"i'!' J',u good nowK was impart oil tome child s mother, and in an Incrodi- M) shiiit tliiui the llttlo ono was re- turnM to h.-i home, Tho efrort of tho ' 1 JM.'l!l,,on tin. en -,e woro not fruitless. Mr. ; ll fJJlft"- .(."',r,t''-wn" "vml a short distance 4( I EJptholtjilinond household, woro arrested. ft . i, .nniAmi 'I ''" charged with abducting W H.f1'1,1 ..' '" trlal whiali followod wos ' X& .r l!utl1 IntonsB Intorost by the public, I S T " r.'.,!jr w asldentliled ns tho womnn seen l I 'il',.'l,lA,ln oni hor arms and bearing hor I I ilnl h,l '','' foui,l guilty uud sontencoil 1 ,JJ.''"S, fn ponitontlary. Tim other r SSSJ"."!11 I horated. but Itappears from sub- liii"10';'',"1 '"montH that Jlrs. Allen was tho SWr ,l,.,u '!:'! tho child at tho suggestion Slit"'""'- lbs ','bjoct of tho kidnapping i r?.il?ir. 'Vf ''l'"rly hhown. bit. th"""i 'bat tlm child was missing i' Sfu !.. "I ."J111;1"'1, th" Home sho was !:ont is ! F',t,iervntiUl1'U"loy house. Kho wni taken ' fiuiil?.''1 r" ,(lJDle hy neighbors of tho 1 Uurirwl!:on,,trr,l '' "oiiso and found I !lJS. ,J,I'ltTO'llnE tho child. It w.i not 1 h?.u,. I ll;" ""Wihors that tho llttlo girl I mn??,iTi.ns1"' brutally beaten was tho I S'rf,h?'lit'ift.rADnlo Redmond. With UN 1 tm tt!lan"!,d ,i,' ,ll! troubln. H.'ilmond Sr?i.Wfl,l,T " threatened to kill his ; fct o???rti?n ' ,Ho Annie, for whom ho had (mW Ms t?lnJtUl? '",. P"Sb0Afed. did not i-scipo mv lu nn ffi.Flnf "' thjA'i'or fellow was pluced m??n, InV,r.lu'"-. Hi condition began to I wriMK? a,.'.,;r " tow uiiitbt)' ti.'atmiint ho 4 ; S-ntWrfSf"- hw ". nd - 9 XMI hiTht'li,v d'roxnJlJraond mndngaln nnd m UdhMr.1f,cn.,mo?,)' c"- "l"- "r Wilder W Ki,alln? lli!"- nd t is supi owl that W SnSd1?ilrailf:TnC(l tli.it his filond luul also W rletVitcs?lllm Maddenort by his vag.. ' BoctOTnCUPnl.'!'!1 In 1'ls plans for luring thn II 0nleM?,Jt'a,,,'J10. bought a revolver and ! I Vl&Z 'pJt for tho time w hon his . Ic- I "ractmnli?i?i.,7n!l.no.or tho most succesbful I SthS?ffii1J,,,ie ?"' He ..avesawldmv I cmnmiuJWdren. tedmond ied whero ho "I winwfti?i?imur',er' bntlils storv that a A U Doctor .nU18 wmorel a ruse to bring M, "ocior to tho muz7lo of his revolver. i II nAWtiTi's novvs dasuev. )mi '' "T ncol"d W. I. Btolf. hue Wv rn7nilfn.!l0roN'",'ul'13'-8ena'or rleo.Chnli. h. j L . Clonal Domocratlo Committee. th. n, "'ohope' of William P. Uarrity. m.mv. e1'"1'1 candttlate. for election ns a ' lw. f ' ",0 Clonal Commltteo from to (,luanh' Chairman Brlco lins written I mi? 7TLV- ni8oU tnat 5Ir' Kurr' Chalr- nl?d V ?i. ta,n '"mltteo. .would bo recng. H Bcottonth!,,V'i0"".root li Into William m appoffi.TiilSHJ!0.nn!.Comi,llt,1'- Korrwas tiMm ' ow. with V ".St'.lt': "pmraltteo. nnd claims W I-ii. va-Sn .r ' m.1 l' rM!nont. that thorn M l'tod o' ..Mr' "'frlty v, 111 niuleav.ir In lu K '''I on i?,'0 ?,:, by !'"' ''tntu Commit. rreV't iVi'i' -,'" ' !PV ,H,ul, "m- "'"1 W '"rnnitt. J, , ,;'",,l"n inlf tf. tho X-illoim ! I' til"; "iV ''', '" ' "' on bn 'J Ut. Failing M lelegoto.Vil,,,nKri.V" ;v,lU bl ,l I'UlHlIdutn fur i PMItorwi Wal Couveitio... i-nra- f "on will i '21'. OnfoX; 'in llarrlty fnu. SI lertlonoi w? 8.nilvorto Drovont tho re- 1 . IbtoeaiSlItCJi Fr ?,"'" Htato Cha rman. I r jioawt9 belli iUrthaU Wright of Al- lAItilltll BATCUFFE'S ZVCK. Came Here to Buy Orren flood., hot w CnUBtit Before the TrHa.a.tloa, Inspector Byrnes's dctoctlvos mndo another rapluro yesterday afternoon In tho sorlos of arrows of green goods men which the Inspec tor has boon making for some months. Dotof tlvcs Ynllcly nnd Mulholland wore nt tho Grand Central Station yostorday afternoon. and thoy saw thoro n man whom thoy recognized nsngroen goods man, Tho dotnctlvos kept tho swindler In tight, nnd saw him moot a big gray-haired man, who got off tho 2 o'clock Harlom local In company with nnothor groon goods man. 'I ho swindlers took tho strangor. who looked llko nfiumcr, to n saloon at tho corner of Becond avenuo nnd Third stroet, and Mulholland nnd Vnlloly followed. Tho d toctlvos saw tho swlndlors mako somosortof bargain with tho farruor. and then all three rnon left tho saloon. As thoy did so they were nrrosted. Tho swindlers said thoy wore Charles Jen son, 32 years old, n bookmaker, of 320 Second avenue, and John Adams, n waiter. .10 Trlnco street. Tho farmer Raid he was Thomas R. IiatclliTo of Kingman. Ind. Ho Is &I yonrs old. Ho had $030 In good money In a bolt around his body, which ho said he Intended to uso In a legitimate business, to transact which ho had romo to Now York. .lenson and Adams warn taken before Justice Dlwor at JetTerson Market l'ollee Court and romandod until this morning. KatclliTo was held as n witness. When tho men had boon securely locked up at Polico Headquarters, tho Inspectors men tct about discovering their den. They found that tho two men had boon boat ding a horso at tho stablo of W. Cummuskoy & Co. at 111 Hast Third street for nearly a year. One of them was known as Wittor and thn other as Marcy. They roomed nt 1H East Third Btreot. just across tho street from the stable. Four days ngo tho two men brought live lnrge bundlos to the stablo and asked to bo allowed to store them thoro. These bundlos wero carofully wrapped up In paper. When -tho nrrost was mado tho Inspectors rnon Beized tho bundles, whloh woro opened nnd found to contain a oomploto green-goods layout of circulars, letters of instruction, and blank telegraph forms and cipher codes and the usual raft of bogus newspaper clippings. A great bundlo of letters all ready for tho mail was also found. Among tho other things found wfts a tele- frnph message to William K. Clark. South Irtli avenuo and Bloodier stroot, southeast corner. Thn messugo road " Kenow my yoar ly subscription, (signed) Nearly. rtatcliflti said that ho had boon instructed to moot Jensonatthe Getty Houso In Yonkcrs. Ho had been so instructed by William E. Clark, who gavo his address at tho southeast orner of South Fifth avenuo and Bleeckor street, anil that that was the only nddross which had been given to him Thoro Is a saloon on that corner, which Is opposite Franchl's old dive, whero " Tho" Allen was stabbed. THAIS lVtECKKISS AT WOBK. The Filth Attempt AVIlhln a Few TTetk. to Itreilt Trnlna on the New Haven Road. Biudoetokt. Jan. 13. Last night at OK tho fifth attempt within a fow weeks to wreck a train of tho Consolidated road was mado at Fulrfleld, near a stono quarry, whoro a hun dred or moro Italians are working breaking rocks for ballasting tho rond. Not halt a mile from tho station a big bouldorwas placod on ono tiack and two railroad ties on tho other. Thotrnck walker had been keeping a sharp wntch for n week, and discovered the ties just as tho 10:13 train was duo from Now York. He had to work quickly to get the second tie off tho track before the train rushod by. The boulder was cnn by tho engineer of the south bound train at ft:40. who reversed his engine In time to prevent tho dcrnllmnt of his train. The stone was pushed aside by the snow plough and covvcatehor. The passengers were alarmed nt the sudden halt made by the train, but vvnro assured that the danger was over. livery precaution possible seems to havo been taken by tho company to run down the miscreants, but no arrests havo yet beon made, l'nlrlleld people bellevo tho work to bo that of Frank Vandorbcck, a. dangerous char acter who has been arrested for horso steal ing. Incendiarism, nnd other crimes. Ho lives In a tumble-down shanty In tho wood and Is said to bo silently demented. FIvo j ears ago ho disappeared, and for a year his wherea bouts was unknown. hon no camo hack he claimed to havo discovered a wonderful Indian remedy, and worn his hair down his shoulders while he peddled his medicine. Afterward ho professed religion and dollvcied a number of sermons In a mission hull. Then ho wont back to hnrsn stealing, and has since, .boon a teirorto thn roMdentsof Fnirflold. Another similar charactn-. James Donlln. Is also un dfr husplcion. nnd both men aro being watch ed closely. FhLt, FIIOSZ A 3IOVISO lltAIS. For Two Hours Mr. Piper Lay In the Pnrk Avenue Tunnel with n Broken I.cff. Tlwln S. riper of Willlamsburgh fell from tho platform of a Now York Contrnl Itallroad train IntlioTaikavonuo tunnolat Ninetieth stroet. at !' o'clock yostorday morning. His loft log was broken, and his head was cut. no Is in tho rresbyterian Hospital, and tho surgeons say ho will bo conflnod to his bed forsix wooks. Sir. riper was returning from tho funeral of hist father In Saratoga. Ho was In tho vesti bule car Missouri. In tho darkness of tho tunnel Mr. Plpor by mlstnko oponed tho plat form door nnd foil down tho stops. Ho had lain besldo tho track for twenty minutes when Ms cries for holp v.'oro heard by Policeman Nicholas In Tcrk avenuo. Nicholas sent in rv call for nn ambul wco nnd summoned Policemen Hayes. SlolTott. and Powell. Thoy entered tho tunnel nt tho Llghty-sixth street station. Jinny trnlna pass through tho tunnel in thn ontlv forenoon, nnd tho nulirumon. un certain of tholr ground, worn a long time groping their way to the spot whero Mi. Plpor lay. They cnrrl.id him Into a nloho in tho In terior wall and vv.ilteil their clmiicn to walk down tho track. At length torpedoes wero procured nnd an Incoming Irnln -vas stoppod. Jlr. Piper wastaken aboard and wasearrled .totho kuvonty-seion.l street i.tntlon. It was 7:13oVloek when the eill was lecelved nt tho Pitsljjtnilin Ih'spital. audit 07 when the nm hulaneorontalning Ml. Piper reached there. Mr. Piper in thn tuoiirietor of the Grand liiznai In Grand struct. Willl.imshmgh, and lives at 170 South Second street. is tiiuuj: a slasher? Five Men In the l.a.t Month Blabbed In Uonit'liinn Nlrerta by Stranaer., Edward Chrlstonson. a Swede, 40 years of nge, entered tho Old blip polico station yostor day nftoi noon blooding fiomu stab wound In tho uejk. Ho .'mild not etplaln how ho had boon cut. oxcopt th it n man whom ho had never foen bofmo passed him In tho streotand blushed hlni with a knife. .... , ChrlstPiiKPii is tho llftli recent victim of a tniktonoiiR assallnnt who slashes men with a knlfoorra7or and then vanishes before tho polico appear. James Holjlln was found un conscious with n gash on tho neck In front of lO.'iBajanlbtreeton Dec. 'J!l. blnu then John Clark of Elizabeth. Louis Lavvson of f Albany street, arid George Wilson of Jlrookljn linvo boon assaulted lu the samo way. dipt. O'Connor of tun Oak rtreot sta tion suh ho bollovos this Is the work of ono "Tho police nl tho down-town nieclncts whore these iifrhnults havo oecurrnd have beon In structed to ho especially watchful. Metres Agric. Vnotu Receive! a Diamond Cigar, Agnes Booth's throat vrns ablaze-with dia monds last night at tho performance of "Ala bama" nt Palmer's Theatre. Tho company crowded-ftbouthornndhor dressing room bo tvvoon the nets to examine tho gums. They weio set in tho form of a cigar, and mndo upas n pin. It contains 4IKI diamonds wit UK) uibles. liubin are bunched to represent tho lighted end of the clirar. Tho actrosB's namn Is set In uibles on tho sldo of tho i cigar, rhojowol box wasnruproiluetlon in brown leather of a elgir bo. Tho jowul was presented by a V ihtuwi ndmiar of thu attros. .1, II, I'remh. Aurlloiieci . tlUliraiinininiiur Ihiloti vlou.Uy. .Mm 1H, lie.-lnnln I II a M 4MI, lie "III sell tho Hi'!, o." Diamond.. tttcht, fcolM Mlvcrwore, I'lvleU ie, Uronics. jnil Antique o Johnston t Hon. for fifty J tr Je ellers t 1M Bowery, and which, for convenience of aale, has been removed to 3l Broadway, near 31st at, when the auction takes plc.-vU. BaaaJajaaaaajapjaaaaaaapBBjB EDWARD DE LIMA'S ABSENCE. SO ItEASOS TO BELIEVE SOW TIIAT UE SAILED OS THE TBArK The Ship Arrived at rjonthampton "Ve.ter day, bnt No Word rant From Illm-Be Idea. It Appeara lit Did Not Leave the LanBham Until the Trav Mad Sailed. Tho mystory surrounding tho disappear ancoof oung Edward de Limn has deeponod since ho was first mlssod on Tuesday. Jan. B. and now his relatives and friends havo abso lutely no cluo to work on. Mr. Do Limn is tho 23-yonr-old son of tho lato A. do Lima, who was head of tho well-known houso of D. A. do Lima A Co.. at 68 William street. Ho ltvod with his mother, brother, and slstor In the Hotol Langham, at Fifth nvonuo nnd Fifty seoond street Ho was rloh in his own right, and always had n largo amount ot monoy at his command. According to tho acoounts of his disappear ance given by his family, young Do Lima loft the hotel about 8 o'clock on Tuesday morning of lastwosktogo down to the William stroet office whoro lie waB employed. He did not appear at the ofllce. howevor, and sis far as tho family havo learned ho was not seen by any one of his acquaintance from tho moment ho passod out of tho hotol. It was suggested by n friend that ho might havo boon carrlod off on ono ot tho Europoan steamships sailing on Tuesdny morning. W hen It was found that tho Breinon stonmsllip Trave. which sailed at 10 o'clock that morning, had on its passenger list a num ber ot Do Lima's porsoual frlonds, tho tnombors ot tho family concludod that ho had gone to sen thorn off and that tho Travo bad started on her voyago before ho realtzod that ho was being carried out to sen. Charles do Limn, n younger brother of .the missing man. said that all ot tho family were convinced tint this theory was tho correct one. and thoy had de cided to wait until thoTiftNo'n arrlvalnt South ampton beforo making any further efforts to Unit him. An investigation mndo by a 8un reporter last night, however, scorns to show beyond ones tlon that young Do Limn was not on board tho Travo at all. Ho left tho hotel. It nppcars. not at H o'clock in tho morning, but bh Into as 10 o'clock nnd possibly as much as hnlf an hour later. Tho Travo sailed promptly nt 10 o clock fiom her pier In Hoboken. which would havo mndn It Imposslblo for Do Lima to havo sniled on her. The hotel clerk who was nt tho desk in tho morning Is post tlvo that it was no earlier than 10 o clock when Do Limn strolled into tho offlco and stoppod to chat with him for a fow moments with his hat and overcoat on. He told tho clerk that ho was going down to thn ofllce. nnd thoro wasn't tho slightest sign then of any thing unusunl In hlsomeanor. Ho passed out through ono of theTlfth avenue ontrancos of tho hotel, and was seen to turn down the avenuo by ono of tho bell boys. Eight days havo passed slnco then, but no ono has boon found who has had a word with Do Lima since tho conversation with tho hotel clork. The Travo arrived nt Southampton at 3 o'cloek yesterday aftornoon, London time. This would bo about 10 o'clook In thn morning New York tlrao. A rnportor saw Charles Do Lima at O o'clock last night at tho hotel, and ho said then that no cable had yet boen re ceived from his brother. Yet ho was just as Arm as ever In his bellof that his brother must bo on tho Trave. although olevon hours had elapsed slnco sho had touched at Southamp ton. Ilo declined to say what furthor offorts the family would mako to find tho missing man If they became convinced that ho was not aboard tho Travo. " Mrs. Do Limn." said a friend of tho family last night. "Is in an agony of suspenso In consequence of her son's disappearance, ami in tho light of what you tell mo I am very much inclined to bellov e that tho story that Do Lima was carried off on the Travo was gotten up to save her as much as possible. I did not put much faith in this explanation of his dlsap poaranco any war, and I am afraid tho shock to his mother will be wprsewhen eholearns tnat he was not on tho Travtofter oIl. " We have absolutely no clue now." contin ued this informant. "And the young man seems to have disappeared as completely as if ho had been spirited off the earth. I am in clined to bellove that he has boen foully dealt with, but this seems almost incrcdlblo when you consider that it waa broad day when he left the hotoL Do Lima was of slight build and did not Ionic to be ovor 18 or 20. Ho had a beardloss faco and was but a llttlo ovor flvn feet tall. Ho was always pleasant and soclablo and had no bad habits, as far as his intimate trionds know. He kept two bank accounts, ono u largo one. which he never touched, and another which ho checked upon to pay his personal expenses. In tho latter account ho never kept more than n few hundreds at a time. Ellas DeLlma,ncousin of the young man. bus beon overthe records of happenings in tho town as rocordd by tho po lico for the day that tho young man disap peared, but ho could find nothing there which furnished him with tho slightest cluo of value, Thoro Deems to be nothing to do now but to wait until somo clue prosonts Itself." SEEDS $25,000,000 SI Oil & Important Heeling or the American Sugar IteflnluB Company. Tho annual mooting of the American Sugar Refining Company wan held yesterday after noon nt tho general offices of the company In Essox nnd Washington stroots. Jorsoy City. Tho torm of ofllco of Directors Theodoro A. Havomeyor and J. B. Thomas having expired, they woro reGIocted. Tho directors will moot to-day. Tho stockholders present unanimous ly votod to rocommend an Increase In tho capital stock from $50,000,000 to S7.r.CH)0.000. Thn Treasurer's roport showed net earnings forthejearof not less than$..073,00'J, fiom which amount two sonii-nniiunl dividends had been paid to tho btockhoblers. nmountlng to $3,700,000. leaving a surplus of S1.373.IXU ro scrvod for coutingonclns. All litigation had boonsottled. Thngioss business Is equal to about f 100.OPO.000 n. year. Tho ineroahn of tliu stock cannot bo mado without tho written consent of two-thirds of thn stockholders, ft was reported nt tho meeting tiint thorellnor Ilb of tho Amerlcuii Comtmny and Spreckels in California have been leased to n nowcom pnny. of vvliicu e.icli owns ouo-hulf tho stock. Inthoubhutsottlio Aiiierienn Company thn pliiiitlset-tlniutod nt sil.'J.'U.OOO, Tho total assets fool up fii'J.84.i.:ilil. Tho now stock is to bo paid for in cash ut par nnd to bn Issued in such suinh and as the directors may do tormlno. preparations for thu istun to bn mudo at once. Tho new stock Is to bo issued to nc iiuiieothoL roflnory properties orto build, us the directors may soo .fit. President Henry 0. Havemeyor said to a re porter after tho meeting. ,, , "Atthu meeting to-day It was shown th it seven per cent, dividends had been paid on common stock und li! porcent. on preferred Thoro was no complaint from nuy ono and tho nioeting was entirely harmonious. All tho old ofllenrs nre continued. Concerning tho contemplated Inoreaso of WS.OlXl.oih) in tho capital stock. It, Is, best to bo frank. You know tho old Sugar Trust during itH otlstenco eontrollod ful yKO por eont. of tho sugnr market. Ah is well known, the Trn6t was dissolved and the American Sugar Itoflneo Company took its place. ith tho chnngo. hovvovor. wont So por cent, of tho sugar tioA. Thn presont company controls only 00 pJB&'ent. of thn matket. .When nu consldor The biimll profit there Is In tho sugnr business now. owing to competition, it is evi dent thutnn enormous business must bo dono In order to mako it pay. Frankly, wn want the &'5,000.0b0 to onlarge our plants. Whether our Hit-tern shall bn Increased by pun hnftn or constitution romalnsto bo seen. Atthopies ent time thore nro four lurgo concerns outside tho American Company, 'ihey nro llcvom of Boston and bprorkoln. Hnrrlson,niil Knight of Philadelphia. Aslilo from these there nro two small plants just building. I cnnnot tay whether any of these men will join thu Ameri can Company. Ab to thu effect of this niovmm tho prion of tho Ktock, wo expect It tn drop. Any fall In tho prim will not worry us. Tlial'J pur cent dlvldmd showa thnt thocompnuy avs. roiiBre.amnn Mill.'. Letter tn Altlerniun Pfalllln.. Fout Woiitii. Jnn. 13. Mr, Mills's nowspapor partisans Imvn pronouucod a f orgory tho letter purporting tolnvn been written by him pay ing that thn nullir.isof his defeat nuirt bore bulinlur tho pit tv would Minor vvholcwilo do. beriioni. . t . ... The Untitle will irmt tii.moirnvv n leltor ft. mi Milerni in Phillips of Lampiis. to wlioni Ml. Mllls'h lulti'i viis vviittmi. .imiinliig thii authenticity of tho let or. Mr. Mills has kept silent pending discussion of the genulnouoes of tho document Hunt's Century Punl. mailed tor 10 rents; (GOO given away, 162 liroadwar, AaauU wasted.-.. DIVE KEKVKKH UAILV.D. Eleven Men Held In 1,000 Each-Other Tn. diriment, nnd Arreata Expected. Itwasdlvo-kcopcrs day yesterday In tho District Attorney's office. Tho men nrrostod on Tuesday nnd their hoelers filled tho nnto rooin and mado tho air closo and bluo with tho smoko of their cigars. Thoy kept up a ceaso lcss humot Bowory and Sixth nvonuo tough jargon, whllo Assistant District Attorney Un gor nnd Ball Clerk Shalvoy woro drawing tholr ball bonds. Copt McCullngh's prisoners wero Caroy Welch, who gavo his roal namo as William Welch, proprietor of tho "Hole In tho Wall" at 117 Tourth avonuo: Paul McCarthy ot 327 Bowory. John J. McAlcor of '200 Bowory. and Lewis Walters of U83 Bowory: Capt Rellly'a woro James Lynch of 245 Soventh nvonuo, "Honest" John Kelly of 520 Blxth avenuo, Thomaa McCormack of 620 8lxth avonue, Thomas Ik Gould of 373 Sixth avonuo. and Daniel Scrlbnorot 1,558 Broudway: and Capt Crooden's woro John N. McGurk of 353 Bowory and Chnrlos 8inith ot 107 Bowery. Judge Martlno flxod ball at $1,000 In each case. For Welch and McCarthy ball was givon by Adolph and Cellu Schlosslngor. dealers In jewelry at 155 Park row: MoAlepr"s bondsman was Stephen G. Quirk of 23 Hprlng, stroot: for Kolly. MeCormack. and Gould ball wns glvon by ErastusCrawford.vvho Is known ns " Chaun eoy Dopow," of 258 WestTwcnty-oighth street: Scrlbnorwas bailed by James lonnlr. ongl neor of 200 West Thirty-third street: Lynch, by Totor McGinn, liquor dealer of 4:tn Sov entli nv enue. and McGurk and Charles Smlt h. other wise known ns Gcorgo C Smith, by Charles ltnub. clerk of 270 Broadway, who was identi fied by Alderman Sllvor Dollar Smith. Lewis Walters deposited J1.000 cash In Hon of ball. Assistant District Attorney Waulmpo I.jnn. who propnroil and submitted to tho Grand Jury the testimony upon whlli tho Indlct monts wero found, snid yostorday: Other In dictments will probably be found to-motrow against othordlvn keepore, and undoubtedly there will I e otherarreBts. Tho ovblonco upon which illllyMcGlory was brought to justloo was believed to ho strong, but I mny say without any breach of official confidence thnt the evidence against tho rnon who gavo hall to-day and against othois who nro likely to bn Indicted Is vastly sti ongor. If thoy stand trial and aie convicted thoy must expect the sumo welUmerltod sovority that was dealt out to McGlory." TUU BEST WAY TO KILT. HIMSELF. Thla la the Problem Thnt Oeeuplea the Mind of Christian Faber. Acquaintances of Christian Faber. who has been committod to tho lnsano asvlum on Ward's Island, bollovo that he Is sane. Faber registered at the Hotel Boswyck In Willlams burgh on Jan. 3, nnd said ho had just arrived from Australia. He soomed to havo a plenty of monoy and chocks. Ho told Edward Harris, tho managor of the hotel, that ho had travollcd all ovor the world. After being at tho hotol threo days Tobor disappeared, and Managor Harris hoard no moro ot him until ho lenrnnd through tho Charities offlco In this city that Fabor had been committed to tho asylum. Frank ht Clniro went tn tho Hotol Boswyck and paid Fnbor's board bilk , . bt. Claire said ho took Faber to Australia and lolt him there to recuoernte. Ht Clniro returned to Now York two wooks ago and wan surprlsod to discover a fow days later thnt Fabor had also returned, bt Clalro said that Faber was insane on tho subject of suicide. Ho was always talking about the bost method of killing himself. Vthllo nt thn hotol InWII liamshurgh Faber acted rotlonully and created a good Improssion. It Is thought strango that a man of apparent wealth should be sent to the Blackviou'a Island asylum. At tho Hotel Boswyck it was said St Claire was staying at tho Hoffman House. At the latter hotol last evening it wns denied that any such man was thcro or had boen thore. TnE JEFFERSOS CLUB BALL. Tammany Hall Adorned In Iloaor or (he Firth Annaal Entertainment or the Clnn. Tammany Hall was in full dross last night In honor of tho fifth annual ball ot tho Joffor son Club of tho Twelfth Assombly district The club's handsome banner hung over the platform, and the boxes and balconies wero decorated with streamers and flags, and for fear any ono should forgot tho namo ot tho cluh. It was blazod out in gas jots at ono ond ot tho hall. Every one In tho Twelfth district knows the Jefferson Club, hovvovor, nnd neurly every one who was invited attended tho ball. Thero woro pretty girls nnd good dancers a-plonty. nnd Secretary Thomas J. Dunn got up somo very artistic orders of dancing. Tho guests read ut tho top of their danco cards: " Put on your boldost suit of mirth, for wo havo friends that purpose monimont,"and they wero not disappointed. When tlmo for supper hud arrived the pnet of tho clubngnlu drowonthoMorchantof Vonico with thlsro sulf " Bid them covor tho tablo servo tho meat and wo will comn In to dinner." Itvvasenrly this morning when this vnrso was reached by tho dancers: " And so fare well till wn meet again. Fair thoughts and hnDpy hours attond on you." President Henry Jllnufc and ex-County Clerk Fatrlck Kecnsn of the club's Hoard of Trus tees. Judgo New berger. and Aldeiman lalt. with many other members of the. club woro present, Kuine of tho Jefferson Club men nnd thn guests who woro present woro Judgo (Sicgor Ich. Judgo Goldfogle. Cniit Gallup. Deputy Sheriff Helmberger. Willis Holly. Dr. H. S. Mink, l'xoii-o Commissioner Joseph Koch, Po lico Cnptuln W, H.bchuultx.undJustit.o llognn. the 1'nnvK or BtaaAits. They Infest the Ktrecta I'pToitn nnd Ilown mid llemund Slouey with Threat.. Capt. ltellly warned his patrolmen yesterday to keep a sharp lookout for tho begging high waymen to whoso operations In theTendorloln distrktTiiE bus called attention on Tuesday. Early last night lYilIcciuuu Day arrested Chailoa Petersen, a Danish flremnn. who snfd ho lived nt f Bowery. A citizen told thu po liceman that Petersen had threatened to do him bodily Injury for refusing his appeal for alms. Seven other beggara woio nirobtod later and locked up, Capt. Itcilly'ii policemen can'thavo very good eyes or thoy would hnvo mado morn tirrosts than those, A ropnrtor wnlking from thn Sixth avenuo elovutcd station at Tvvoiity-third street was accosted twleo befoin ho leaehod Broadway, and twlco moro in ciotslug Mad ison square. 't Iki plague down town Is almost iih bail iib It waK before Tiik Sun called tho attention of thn police to It. Two highwaymen worked tho City Hall Park, mid both cursed the rofusal to giant their deinamls. Thoro went highway men in Liberty. Cortlumlt. Hilton, Barclay. Chambers, Warren, mid hivvor Broadway. The mo-t of these streets, .iro in thu Chui eh street precinct. Eighth avenue, in tho neighborhood of btovo Mnrrllt's mission, was al nfllicted. Thn mission, tho neighbors say, draws tramps fiom nil puts of the city, nnd they alternate in 6inglng hymns In thn warm room and de manding iilins with impn cations nnd curses un thu street, ni.i'it i ri:n men iT.ui'i.r. A Krttvii! Itesiin by 'Hiiro PnBtor Who i rlllcl.e Their i'oiittrecuttoii. Hliuipl), MlUDt.ETow v. Conn., .Tan. 13, Thu people of thlJqulotcltvniugtently dlstuibed oveilho lemnrks of two clergymen at a union meeting held .Sunday evening. Services wero held In tho South Congregational Church, preparatory tolnnuguriitlngnievlvalofiellglouslntorests, The pasters ot tho North and South Congrega tional und tho Methodist chinches tn.nle ml dresses, and each nun tuok his individual memlers tntnsk. They said thero wasmoro depravity among their people than thero Bhoiilil be: that during thn uiir only twelvn people had been received in tho Mid dlotiiwu chinches; that many of tho church joung people vwn dlshone.-.t und did not pay their bills, nnd that thu moral tone of the pun phi was geneinlly low. Tho morality of tho members of the churches, thn piofo.-slng Christians was also at a low ebb. It Is griieialli bellnved that thero was a pro iirimued plan betwioii thu luiMPin In ink" Iheli people foro .mil alt. and it has rented I'oiixidorablii ill feeling. It Ik iiiuiored that tho Congregational pufators will bo requested to resign, Hmoke Hall' a Halt" Dime nlltoUeoo, Tie best tKtntcliaistts made. -Uv MR. SIIOBER'S DEPARTURE. THEVBEACHEirS FBIESDS SAT IT WAS BECAUSE OF IUS CHI LUBES. Preferred 4o Be Culled a Urnnknrd Rather Than Ilia Little Clue. Hhould Suffer Re proach Ills Motlier.ln.Law Insist. Thnt Rl.hop Poller tSu.penried Hint on Ac count r '"s Intemperate llublts. BAnrtrrowj. N. Y Jan. 13, The Rev. Fran cis E. Hhobor, who for seven yeirs has been rector of tho Church ot St. John tho Evange list, and who loft last Monday under clrcum stancos which havo set tho wholo town ngog, is supposed to bo in Salisbury, N. C, his tor mcrhome. Mrs. Asplnwall. tho mother of Mrs. Shobcr. still Insists that Mr. Shnbor had delirium tromen9. nnd loft for that reason. Sho said last night to n Sun i enorter thnt Bishop Totter deposed him for that cause. Sho nddtd : "Several years ago Mr. Shobcr hnd hemor rhage., for which tho phvsldans prescribed rock and ryo." of w lilch he continued tho use. In tho middle ot Inst month he had a violent attack of delirium tromens. and two men nurses woro loqulrod to control him. Ho rccovorcd. hut was deposed Immediate ly 'afterward, lho statement which I mndo yestorday regarding thn matter was correct except In ono detail, which I wish to conecl. I said then that he mado threats bo fore leaving horo on Mond ly nnd that Mrs. Shobcr gavo him money. Mr. Shoiior wishes mo to correct this, and sns that Mr. bhober mado no threats." Ono fact thnt has given rlso to much remnrk Is a conversation between Mr. Can or, tho tailor whoso namo has boen linked with that of tho preacher's wife, nnd Mr. bhobor on last Friday, which has become public. On tho previous Slotulny Shobur had eeon joung Carver on tho train going to Now York, and said to him to bo sum tn bo nt home on Friday. "I want to talk with you," said Mr. Shobor. Carver replied: "All right" Carver camo up from NowY'ork on the 2:20 o'clock train on Friday, nnd Mr. Shobor called him into his room. "Now. then," said Mr. Shobor. "you pack your things as soon ns you can." "What for?" Carver demanded. " Because you aro to tuko tho first train out of here. Don't ask nny questions. Y'ou know woll enough what It Is for. Bo ready tor tho next train." "Why. Mr. Shobor. I'm amazed. I don't know what " "There, that will do. Y'ou've no tlmo to wasto. Do ns I toll you and wasto no 1 1 mo." Can or walked from tho room and met ono of tho servants, to whom he said: "Well, l'vo beon expocting It for some time. Ho told me to go. but I'll bo back in a couplo of weeks." Can or then wont up stairs and talked with Mrs. Asplnwall and Mrs. Shobor. after which ho camo down to Mr. Shobcr again and said: "You didn't frighten mo nny: you thought you wero going to. bnt I know vou.too well. He left that alternoon. Mr. bhober left at 8 o'clock on Monday morn ing, and notwithstanding that it was n !is agroeablo morning there was a largo crowd at tho station to sco him off. Ho seemed much affected, and nearly fainted when tho train movednvvay. Somoof tho church peoplo.vvith whom ho was very populnr, say that ho Is a wrongod man. Most of tho gossip rolatos to Mrs. Shober's relations with young Cnrver. Thoy have been togethor very much lor nearly two years. At that time Curvr first began tu toring tho Shobor chlldron. Thoy usod to go drlv Ing and bontlng. nnd in the summer ovon ingstboy would lt on the porch or walk about thu Asplnwall estate long after tho rest of the family hnd retired. It fs said that on one occasion thoy went to Troy togethor. nnd ono of tho mombersof thn Barrytown church has In his possession a letter from a friend in Troy, asking how It huppenod that Mrs. Shobor and Mr. Carver wore thoro to gether. Another thing which caused much comment was a sermon preached by Mr. Shobor six weeks ago on domestic infidelity. In the mid dle of the sermon Mrs. bhobor arose and left the church. That week she accused her hus band of having boon intoxicated in church, nnd soon after tho report was spread abroad thnt he wns suffering irom delirium tremens. Itlssnldnlso thnt when Mrs. bhober was at the Park Hotol In Now Y'ork, In Decemhor. lSOO.Cnnervviisnt a somlnnry In that city. His visits to Mrs. Shober beenmo so frequent iiHtooxcito much comment among Curvor's fellow stndonts. and finally Mr. Shobor wrote to one of the latter asking thnt nothing furthor bo said of the mattor. as ho had perfect confi dence In his wife. When S.r. bhober left Barn town on Monday his vvifo i-ciit him a chock. Ho returned It. nnd with It nil the presents that ho had received fiom her nnd her family, including tho gold wat.h which lut has worn for suven years, a gift from his wife. A man who known tho Shnbersnnd Aspinwnllssald last night: "Mr. Slmher has lolt here for tho sake of his children. The story of lilts having hail delirium tremens Is uttorly faNe. Ho complained In his slcknoss of vlolont pains in his buck, and largo doses of hromldo wero given to him. 'llioso sometimes nfToctcd him so that nt times ho was out ot his h"id. Tho loot of tho troubln wus with Mrs. Shobor. Mr. Khohor'n frlonds churgn tbntwhe'i the dnetorviis culled last month Mr". Shobor sil to him: ' I think bo's got delirium tnniens, doctor.' and aftor vvinii sont word tn Bishop Potter thnt lmr husband had deliilum tiomuiis. Mr. Hhober saw that tbev would havo to si'Pinite, his friends s.iy, nftur Mr. John As plnwall caiiin up last week and unlu.ililod him. calling Mm iniiiioinl und unworthy to bo a mlnhtnr. Then Mi. Shobur said ho wns going to linvo town Wo tried to porBundo him tn ntny nnd faco It, nut ho said he couldn't Maud it here any longei. nnd for the sake of bis chil dren hu would koop silent nnd gn. ' 1 would rather hear Ihu Htlgma of drunkenness,' ho said, 'than to makn anv uccm.itlons that vvniild Injure mv children.' " Mr. Shober is dark nnd tall, about 30 oars old. with an attractive, mnnnor. Ho has al Wnys tnkon a grout Intoiest In amusements n( all kinds, and pnrticuluily In private thcutii calf. Mrs. Shnher Is about her husband's nge. Sho has bluo ey . and htnvvn hair and ispietty Thus have four i hlldroii. Mis. Vsplnvv.tll mid last night thnt they had heard nothing fiom Mr. blpihor since his del artiuu. Mi. Cutveris now In Philadelphia. The chinch was built by Mr. Aspinwall. nnd wis supported In a huge measure by tho mem bers ot the lamlly, who urn wealthy. A Young Hunter Shot In Ibe Hack. Timothy Cahlll, 13 years old. and Nnthnn Dnlen. 17. both of whom live In Morrlfanln, wont hunting yestenlny. Union's rilln was Kcoldnntly discharged, and thn hall entcied Cuhlll'H hack. Ho was taken tn the Hitilom Hospital, His wound Is nut dniigcious. thrre le.teidiiy. Fire. Wcie. A M-12-n4ilO-liVJ Fast Houston ilnfl, AtUnii t Bogsrt Ihery UMe, ilaui lee J1 Wki. liir, 147 Inr, yiho street, riiarle JtolTtniin iluuiuic tipliiiff, 0 40 1 Frankfort slrfl, tUmuno $200 1, sj i -jo 'JIH UllhK iionut Jf lh hix, ilnimjre fciUO.l.jO. lt limine htriii tjM.r T.rnrSH hid run . rtnin iih tritium '!.-' 1".S 1 u.t riru third Miiet, I'jtrlrl. llrnpii) Hnnt: M, 7 j PH vitrier .Iciei, 1 iloily A i.crhnrlt, ilsiuavti "eu AM.'l.S I-JIOJl HIE IhLBUn.U'U. .lonattifin A. I in vnt rsterilfiv eVcte 1 I're.Ment nf thn Hci'oti leiilieutv Ae.ucLtion hi tlirlr nnu ml merlin .Ininrs A rati?) or the Ham imA Hillf) shon has pur rliHMtl tliu full rlkliu ut ihu Adaui rre n ttrti .li.iu owned li the i.U'e of James 1, e'mper or l'l Haiti pui.i. Tiie New ork li oinnthe Worki of foine, X.V. nns.fit lutotlie 1 nnilii r rirhern ir.tMdsi lliu re . ehtrs nre rilwnnt I'om. tot V. un 1 riiuii u, If, b.rvl.r uf Koine JlrnVer f.. II nrlrit of r.natnn who sue I nrnler Wll son W Vnv torSiUHiifir s.uthler, lov Imiini; inllel i.mnif iv lUiiinoil ilurf, spiurel a vrrillit uf i n ciut UMUiues lu ttieri!iirt r t't'i rt In Itiutnn )e.terili), Jomrs 1, linnrnof hprim.rlolil. eiran.U'lnrt fnupliir fur Itliihiailiuetln. has l,.iel i rtrcular I. ttci. 51I. Urt-ska M hu foit nmr l.rtli. r llruiulTeini ljr lu othrr states ri rnuiiurnilniic imltitl iir.dr.i iiLiili.t tiui.ntii'ii intiiNlr mUHt tliu World s lalrmo in is dun 111)! th J. o.llh II ill I nil,., iterre'iir Vil.l. jj(aiiiif nui mn n a nrll nnvn rill. mif liekimrl m iiurrilM In HuO.ilii jf.tridHi aklif i. lilV.HU j Ipilll HI llil Me. I Mi 1. t urel It till InrulIU Ills Itillitl s limn 1 Ii. a i nei L , I nil tin p.n.ir.1 iiln.ii a lfelr) Hi 111 luiljHrt, tlii.i'nsaatl tu lm H lirfii Irailliii; u vru) lie In the I iruilt e'nurl In 1:1 Chester ) estrrdai, the lur In the ta.B of Jaioh Koeliltr vs. tti H) Itallroad tirouiiht In, a verJIct for the iilalntilt of 1 J.riXl. Koeh. Irr, whils beltiK driven home In a earn all, waa struck by.f lri,nJ ,nf r"vrely Inlured, losing his Uftleg . auasuasring a partial paraljrsU, CAitntSAT. MASstsa nrtsa. The Accd rrelnle'a Pliy.lcluna linvo Ali.inilonrd Hope. EosnoN, Jan. 13.-Cardlnal Manning, who for somo tlmo past has boon 111 with Influenrn. lathis morning reported to bo In a very crit ical condition. His phjslclans glvo butllttle hope of hlsrccovory. Curdlnnl Manning during the day received thn blnsKlng of the Pope, which was telegraph ed to tho bedside ot tho sufferer from Home. Tho C'ntdlnil hns received the last sacra ment, and nearly nil hope ot snvlug Ids lite has been abandoned. fi:30 P. M.-Tho condition of Cnrdlnal Man ning has utuletgoiio a ehango fortho worso! ho Is now said to bo thing. Tho physicians of Cntdlnnl Manning nn nounccd this evening thnt thoy could no longer hold out any hopo for tho rccovory of their patient. Ills Eminence's malady Is bron chitis, complicated with congestion ot tho lungs. The Cardinal was able, this afternoon, to make formal profession of his faith, tho lm prosstvo nnd touching coromony being oh served In the presoncoof tho full-robed canons of tho diocese, who wero rnnged around lho bed. Aftorward thovoncrablo prolnto foobly uttorod his blessing upon tho canons. Both thoso ceremonies indlcnto tho bellof of nil concerned that death Is near. Telegrams woro sent to tho Pnpo. Cnrdlnal Gibbons, nnd others high in tho Church, apprising them of tho expected demlso of tho sulTore'r. Tho dilug Cardinal Iks In n small bodroom uttho top of tho Archbishop's house, Westminster, which hohasnccuplod as his slooplug aputt meut slnco 1805. CASAS GBASDE C IVIUBED. A aiextrnn Tntvn feuld to be In the Ilnnd. or the Itevolutlonlit. Demivo, N. SI.. Jnn. 13. A roport reaches this plnco that tho town of Cnsns Grande has been captured by revolutionists. Casas aramlo Is south of Ascension, whoro a light took plnco somo dajs ngo. It Is said that sovernlmon woro killed In tho fighting which took place. This report Is brought to town by a cowboy, who says tho nttncklng party was a largo ono nnd woll nrmod. Sorlous troublo is expectod nt Asconslon, whoro ovcry ono Is fully armed, and whero troops nio oxpectod to-day from Chihuahua. A Mexican named Sals, who participated In the Messllo riots In 1S71. Is the leader of tliesn revolutionists. Tho revolutionists hnv o nddod daily to tholr ranks nnd nro strong In number. Thoy will not submit without battle, nnd, as tho soldiers comprlso only 100 men, it Is fonrod tho result will ho against tho Government Tho lender of tho revolutionists Is a Mexican named Sals, who participated In tho Mossllla rlnts In 1871. MoNTFnrv. Mexico, Jon. 13. Tho reports published In the United btatosof n revolution In the Stato of Chihuahua aro discredited here. Gen. Heyes, commander in chief of tho forces In this section, lias rocelvnd no Information of any outbreak anywhoro in northern Mexico. Had such n revolution occurred ho would havo heard ot it officially. ACTIVITY IS TOBl'EDO WORKS. The Holehklaa Factory Hmjr nnd the Cu.h Ins Nearly Heady for feterloun Work. PnovinEVCE. Jan. 13. Tho unusunl nctivity at tho Hotchklss Ordnance Company's factory in this city for tho last few wooks and the tests of tho Howell torpedo by tho Ordnance Board at Newport at this unseasonable tlmo of year have given color hero to tho rumor that tho Administration wns preparing for an emergency. Tho torpedo boat dishing has boen put in repair, and it is undorstood that orders woro received at Newport to-day for the Cushlng to proceed to thu New York Navy Yard as soon ns possible. Sho will bo flttod with ono Whitehead torpedo discharge ap paratus, which will bo arranged to flro directly from tho bow. She will also bo equipped with two Howell torpedo discharge tubus, one on either quarter. This will nlaco tho boat in lighting trim, as was originally Intended. Her only other firing apparatus are rapld-llring guns. AChurch Bnrned Thin Vornlng. At 2 o'clock this morning tho German Pres byterian Zlon Church on the north side of East Foitieth street, just cast of Lexington avenue, took fire and was destroyed. Tho pastor Is tho Bov. F. E. Voeselin. Houses on ench of the church and thoso in the rear, on Forty-lint stroot woro threatened, and tho polico hustlod tho occupants out JEloped with n Colored Sinn. ALi.nscr, O., Jan. 13! Ella Bollnmy. n 10-year-old girl of Canton, hns olopod with a cpl orod man. Cal Hackett 20 jears ot ngo. Tho girl left hor homo last Saturday, saving sho would return on Sunday: not (yturnlngthun.hor parents mndo Investigation, and w cro horrified on lonrning thnt their daughter was lust soon with the colored man. Lately they havo been soon together quite often. Just w horn the two aro is not known, but search hos been Insti tuted, us the paronts are determined tn rescue tholr daughter from tho hands of Huckott Old diile. Lamented Ifeml.e. RicnMOND. Mo.. Jnn. 13. Major B. J. Wil liams's famous war niulo. "Old Julo." died this morning nt thn ngo of 37 yenrs. Mnjor Williams bought "Old Julo" In Mississippi In 1802. nnd rodo her tluough thn war. Slnco tho war sho has worked on tho Williams farm until four years ago. when she wus rellovcd and n cosey stall In thu barn was given her. Shu hnd been known fur some time as the only Coufeilurutu pensioner in Missouri. A Cotton I'lrm In Trouble. PiilMnri.rniA, Jan. 13 Joepli If. Contos A. Co , 114 Chestnut stroot. dealeis in cotton and yams, nre in troublo nnd their paper has gone to protest Tho firm conducted n business with many brunches lieio und in Europe. 'Ihollrm was ruled at 'MOO.OOO. Their em barriiHsmcnt Is attributed to tho continued lit nw lifelines in tho prion of cotton and their inablllt) to matket tho immense quantity they aroeumiug. Hcnator Ilo'pb'a Dinner to Senator lllll. Washington-, Jan 13.- Senator Dolph gavo c, dinner to-night In lioncr of ex-Gov. David B. Hill. Covers wero laid fur clghtcon. Tho guestn tented included Senators Walthall. Itlnekburn, I'mlMi'. Cool.erell. Onrduii. Ill-cock, Ifiiar. l'hitt. Alias. Sawyer. Casey, Daniel. squiti'M, luitlknor. Carey, und uncn. Tim iooiiih wero tastefully dceotated with palms and fcnid. VI r, M1l1tler III nrtne Grip. Ni wiamroi.T, Jnn. 13 John Orconloat Whlttlcr Is cuiilltied to his bod at tho resi dence of his cou-.lt!, lu this elty, vvltli an nt tiul. of grip, ills phHlel.ins think the Illness is not neiluiis JliniMlS AHOVl 3 0II.V. .luiljiTruiit li.ii LTnliti'l nn nliio nle dlrorce to Mln nu . lto Irmii vii'iii sp' ru ill Hie It.' ilejtiis r. irti l to tie lliiltli Iieoirtinent e.terilnv .l vvuru m.i tibul in rip Itinrn me JOG liulllfi. nil the kUL llt 1 t III I'Olitb pepaitinent 'ilic lln.rltnl hatnnlii) lulUctioli nf thn Mnrilfoie I,x rhalitfe inioiiiiluj lus e ir to $1 IU7 f0 luarly half 1 f ulilitlMJI tnr itlllll) de.lvrilHleil ilutlllltliMIS fhs riiniiiiidtr unsapimrtioned JJu tur .Sew lort tioipl. tnls nnd s.'.'u tor tlin.e ur llroukln, PnlULiian Thomas toenail ot the West Thlrtj feiiveuth fcir.et station hu noxuulnd l, wn-old Mnir t.irroiiii ritCMla) nUhl. wns anaused 111 Jriterti 11 viafarl jctterda) au.l his eiaiiiiuaiiun m t tur next MouilJ) llemw puriilcillli tli.u ntudyof his 10uu.1l lln iune'Scde, uhnr)nliiistohthe CnulltC Clar enri. Vim linll us In Id lor irlnl tor ,ell Unenj nt lite 11 rkvlllu I'n'tio I niirt ve.UrJn) Mr .1. e, Ylnuey. n liuukir, uf uPNnf.austrret a ron.lnuf the riaU'uunt VoiiKu.eii has viMird tlio iiudv; utu sliue his uirest, and diihina limi nu luipuNtur All lliinif I'harlleCI lit, t hln Sum nnd Joanna Kai nnnifh, ho are i h.irai-d .Ith the nMurtloii ir 16 imr uliri. . liter Uimlvtick, ir hidd In Siii-ju nail urti fur I, em rj set. Ions at t he Tuiubs Cuurt e.lerda) I itiiiiu and 1 lle llmlon. Mlllieimes Hero lumutltlrd tu llitt Itiiii.i ot th I, end In j iurd and 1 sthtr IW.twlvk was tunic 1 mer tu the (ureuf thoticrr) .orlit). Tin 1 1 iv I oiniiiimii ii-rn i.ici laj lined retercii. of I luinr 14 lllli llil.i i) fur ueiJeil uf dull nli slil.i w it li.nit If we nut luliivlcitliitt, I lie unit Ir h 1 .1 liri.nli it I inline ii Lit dii) jut) tnr iiiiriti ui uull. niikemo Hlilii.ut Itnve nud ul.n sperl tu a i lieriur miner nnd 1 iiKinetr Xcl.t.Vii 1 1 ritflne. nvr luy iuj fur iii-iiKi-Uiu hla uiiiUi. i ..rnelliiH fit finuur and Charles JUilly woru ainuiulvd liiildiiij litsieclurs Tha costumes worn br the leadlna; actresses In Pine, ro'a "Cabinet Ulnlster,M Ibe new play at Ualys Theatre, were do.ijned and maut la the wortrootas of ttirlch , Bros.. tu ar.-da. MORE CHILIAN WAR TALK. l.V AIIMV OlTtCER PREDICTS WAR H minis' six weeks. m Uenincrntlc Congrcmcn (Irntilng Re. Ilea H Over thn llcluy of the Pre.ldent In Mend- H Ins the Coricponflcnce tn Cnnsre... H Wasiiivqtos. Jnn. 13. Mnny Domocratlo m membors of Congress nro growing restive W overthe delay of tho President lu communl B cnllng the Chilian corrospotuKmco to Con- " 1 gics, nnd somo of them believe that the jH tlmo has comu for Congress to tnko soma , W action. Beprescntntlvo O'Neill of Massnchu- W setts culled on Chnlrman Bloutitot the For- H olgn AITiiirs Commltteo and told him that IH ho hnd it In mind to Intrnduco n rnsolu- IH tlon nsklng tho President to Inform tho House W whether tho press rouresontatlons of Col. H llemy's Investigations nn tho Bnltlraoro had been officially authenticated, nnd declaring that if tliey had beon n ensun belli existed be- Wf tw een tho United StateB and Chill. Mr. Blount M cniillonod Mr. O'NoIlI to bo careful, romlndtng him that war was n serious thing, and declar- 'H Ing that the Initiative ought to bo tnkon by , tho Picsldont rather than by Congress. , Mr. O'Neill roplled thnt ordinarily tho Presl- 9 dent ought to tnko tho Initiative, but that ' vvhlln hu had fntlh in thn patriotism ot Mr. vl Harrison, ho believed that ho wus surrounded by Insldlniis influences tending to rostrnin him from properly asserting tho dignity of the 'pamai Uultod Slntes. Husnldthnt he, for ono, nnd tMrnal many other Domocratlo members ot Congress Mamal believed that llic tlmo had come for tho United llil States tn dcchiro beforo tho world that hor flag - aamal and her seumen wero to bo respected In evory 'H part of tho world. Ho significantly askod how BmH long Great Britain would have dclayoit oxact- JlH Ing satisfuctlon for such nn outrage upon her 'ami seamen. Mr. Springer, who stood by whllo Mr. W O'Neill was talking with Mr. Blount, was asked M vv hat ho thought ot thn situation. Ho dlplo- 4Mmnl liuitieally replb d: "A great many Democrats Bm think us does Mr. O'Nuill." B A prominent ofllcer of tho army, who ro- & ;H celved u letter fiom onoof the nuvul forcn at MH Yalpiiriiiso vesterduy, said: "In six weeks a H dotiiehment ot thn iirmy will tie moving on iH Chili. I tlioroughlv bellevo w lint I say." The ,H ofllcer quoted lins exceptinnnl oppertunltios H for knowing just what is thu sentiment of thn H people of Chill as liiiiiiifestnd to tho ofllcurs ot H the llulted States vessels In thn harbor of Vnl- H pnraiso. and Is undoubtedly honest In tho o- H piesslons made: "nil yet It mny bn said that H nothing has developed in tho Bltuntlon ot H alfnlrs, as viewed frnm an official standpoint fH which tan be ciiid to make anv material tefl cluinge. oi which vvurrants tho ofllcer quoted l in milking the assertion jl It can bn authoritatively asserted that no 'aamai despatch has boon sont to Minister Egan con- B coming thu ultimatum of tho United States, or H indicating any Impatience on tho part ot this Ju Government vvltli tho nttitudnof Chili. It Is Km not time for the first, unless tho United States ll is ready to prcciiiitiitu a conflict whllo negotl- mm ntlous nro pending, und certainly no such in- .4amai tontlon has boon credited to this Govornmont mm As to tlio second. It is not tho pructlcn in dip- mm lomatic correspondence to betray any BH Iietulanco ur Impatience. It would not be aH dlgnillcil nor proper, and tho gontle- !JeBmai men conducting the negotiations tor tho bH United btatos aro not tyros in tho art ot jmm diplomacy by any means. Prosldont Harrison H is ih'votitig much of his timotoncaroful study H of thn corrcspnndenco that has boon furnished -. mm him from thu htato Dopartmont, nnd which Is UH kept up closely day by day. Ho is going B through it asatralned law or would to pro- l pare n brief for nresontatlnn to the court It mm Is said that ho has analyzed it so far as to bo amH convinced ot thn insincerity of tho Chilian Km Government in its dealings with the United 9H btatos. and tho prosenco of an intense untl- amH American fooling, ns has already been mada lH manifest nn tho piutof Chill. flH Tho Prosldont desired to havo tho case be- " ' jH forn him as complete as possible and Judge) 1 Advocato-Gonerul Itomy wns sont to San Fran- IH clseo to conduct tho examination of tho Baltl- ' lH more sailors upon tho riot and assault upon 'ftmai them. Tho testimony thus adduced, it is said. -ImH with tho Judgo Advocate-Gonoral's findings MM based thnronn, will form an appondlx to the 9H. corr..sponilciico whon it is sent to Congross. '! If this is tho case, tho hudgot will not reach iSl Congress beforo next week, as- Col. jM Itemy will not roach Washington Dofore WvM then and mako his report A synopsis mtiM of thn ovldeneo has been telegrapned Sal tho Prosldont every dny during tha livHJ inquiry. It has not been decided by tho Presl- Mul dent whether his comments on tho corre- HQ spondenco will tnko thn form ot a message to SI Congress or a despatch to Minlstor Egan. In JoM either enso hlx frlonds oxpoct that ho will Kfl make n dignilled but forceful presentation ot VM thn position of this (iovornment which will be ncccptnbln to tin. country. Should it ho sent fB tn .Minister Egan for prosontatlon to the jHRJ Chilian Govornment It mny be cnnsldered by mfm tho nfllclnls nt thnt country ns nn ultimatum. Wii honor Montt and bncrotnry Blalno hnve had f-Sal no conferonco for two or three dnys. A report ' to-niglit. crodltod to a closn friend of Mr. isti Blaine, says thnt tho Socretarv has become ffiR convinced that tho Chilian Govornmont does fg not intend to apologize. An effort waB made JW toseethn Secretary, but hn wns engaged. and ;EJ sent word to tho reporter that ho hud nothing Stic to say. ra. Hlgh-klrker Cnblll IlurBt. a Blood TeaaeL Sfj Mario Cahlll. the high klckor of tho "Sllsa W. Hebott" company, is required to kick off tha fjR hat of tho Quaker in tho piny evory night and afe hns to irnctlso thn kick constantly. Atro- SJl huarstil yesterday uftortioon tho actress hurst agj a blood ves-o in essniiiB tho feat, nnd hai ST had to tetlrn from the cast. Hor plaeo was aJJ; taken last night by EllsoCruger. JIlss Cahlll irT expects to recover within a vvuuk. gtfft Iseverc Hlcet Hlorm In the Houth. 'fljffl M'cmi'iiih. Jan. 13. Telegraph andtolophone iMjd wlros nro badly broken by ono of thn severest ' snownnd sleet storms known In this vicinity jsll for several ears btreit railway trafllo isal- Tjy nmst entirely suspended nnd walking is dim- (ffitA. cult, owing to thn glassy surfacoof the streets. Tmfi Chief of Piilii'o Murphy has been called on to te2 render nsslstiineo to tliosulTering poor. RSfSl Houston, 'Je. Jnn 13. A despatch from Monroe, l.u.. sus tiint usloot storm has bom 9BJ In progress tm many hours. Jlany towns In ( eastern ntul sniitlicrn Tcmis repot t sleet and HHJ snow to un ovtent uiiknowii in many yours. The neulher, KS Thenlorm renlrUt iiltiht nasoverTennessee. Ills raEJai nrtllutit enemy, and ! r that reason move, very slowly, ; liol Itntr tli warm miltr), and losxy weather In tha jHH AIIiiiiii Mntmnltdrun III the finir Stateseaat of th. ,BH viisl.,lil, tlitnre nurlliru.t over all the states ot lb. H9 Tiniitii.enaiiil Ohio vnlle)Han levery Unto bordering Hfl Itif vtlnullc II MiisuiiumiallyUeav) lu the Gulf Rtatea Hfl and In this neltrhhiirhool dunnx the early morning. v H Miovr tell diirlni; the day lu Arkansas, and laat night ' Hfl tl e rain turned lu muw In the central Mlaatsslppt DHal Siuteinnd itltiii u'.e, ll o snow belt extending orer Hfl the lake revilou lo Hiittalu HJ The li-min-Mlt.ro In this vicinity was from 16 to 20 JHfl tiUlter th in thonvirav,) for the season. PM The hUh pressure with Die cold wave poshed far Ih ther In lite bouih The uinpirature at Oalreston was naVI 0" below freezing, and tho freedng line last night cut tlffij HirnusU .New Orhaus It was alllt below zero at all 1'JiS points tu the north uf Texas llrz? Uenae fog provnlled along the middle Atlantic anil 4fV' evv hu.'hiud toasts.wltli light winds, mostly variable, T The day In this city uns rlnso and sultry. Th. rata k'it full hi a II) in Ihu early morning, and then ceased ex- Mjjj i ej t f r an nrc-ialonal titiill. 1h fog w as dense, only ' 'rii hicouiiitg liviht ui shurt InlerraU, ralnfaU measured (ft' one lucli nnd I line quarters In tivrtit) four buiirs, hu FlW nudity averigsd '.r per tent; wind was light from hifV snulliMCst to suuth; III. tied ulllol il teinpiratura 53 .v'lv dtitrits loetS"(dounes revs'' The I hi-r tnt'iti tier In I err) s pharmacy In T. Ftnr W'1 blinding cslerda) ret-nrdet the temperature as fnlloitsi f lfv?t? lil, '.' MS. UOJ. ' !WJ 3A.M .'I .11' .110 I'M .11' , rviftii A VI , .ui. 4J' IM'VI 10' ) , Brf HAM .11' 4V Ii P VI -JS' 4H 0 KVl;ii UM , au' ri in .Mid , .'! '., frllyil A' " iflI s i$ja AtirageouJan. 13 lh'jl 2tfs U, l5Fff locse roatiitr ron iiirnAi o. pSt. rorsntilNaiterii New Juik, Inclullrg Longfs!sn4, 0J liyS'l alio for nurlherii New Jer.e). rain, wiih dens, fog, ftjii stationary teinp-rature during the day, ellgbtlycoldsr, w TsSf wlihs'lkhl mo at ntghl, wind, lioountng northerly, fkf2 rnrwi.tmi intiiin tlnii. rum sullouary teiuptra- jOT ture. di ti.t tiiguverthi si u d jrajll lor 1 1 Ida) iltiriuii n'ld r. t sfaf lirsiiiirdi) fair aid i oil MamVi I P luw lc.tl lorint orrcisV, llil i iktitM luv iir-i -i in sr m riaii.ia). wal nr e I u.iiu I tint mii.ili'f vvlnl. taUtal , ,,j .. ,, I . I', 1 1 i lii,l , ,1 I ir- IM ,Jt , I.T I I tlttUVt,! Hill! "l'l I lit u hh lirl'iiiu. I iiit.i rilnur .now variable win Is emfl l.r iliniir.oi i guierall) fair, cu.der, uuithwcsterly lor Knrlli Pakotaand South Dakota, c'.tarlogi cal- KfJ tr, north winds. jPtf , yorhsw yik, snow; osrlhwlaa, vSt) -mmx-kmi fjtf.