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"VOL. TlX.-KO20. NEW YORK, STlHlEAPiYiT 16,1892. TRICE TWO CENTsT f 1 Iff I
HE SHOCKED THE ASSEMBLY.
UlSIW'S SVEECIl AVOVT WOMEX EX-
vvsar.n uton tiik itEconn.
f. The HIH OlvlnB Wontea tho Right to Tots
al All I'lectlnn Pasaed with 00 ABlrma.
(Te Vnlrs-Tho Hnlney llrlilo" HI"
' T.iUrit Out of Committee ana Anrnilrd
(lint t unipenaallan Bhnll be Mndo lor
ihr l'riinchl The Hill Prohibiting the
I iiullilliignrn Rnllroad on or Under Mudl-
n Atcntic lned In the Aeeembty.
Ainvvv. Aiull J5. The Hon Thlllp Wlsslg.
rnnmbcr ot Assombly from lo 'Ato Ul
trU't. tnnilo iv spoooh on tho Woman But
rnco I. Ill this evening which was. by
fonlutlon of tlio Assembly, oxpungod from
tho r.M'oul ns soon as Us dollvery wns
cocipii,t"J. Tho Hon. Mr. WNslg lias boon
In tln IwMt for soino years of ranking a qucs-tloDtiblo'-ieeeh
In opposition to tho Womnu
buffruso bill. Ills hloa of fomnlo morality Is
tot liluh. nl ho lms taken this annual occa
sion to otprcs It To-day tho 6peech sur
passed am thing lio ,ln-8 previously snld on tho
bill, nml tho Adorably promptly expunged It
'Iamtlrcilof hearing talk about thorolln
Ins find elevating Inlluonco of women." said
thd Hjii. Mr. Wlsslg. "MomberB have boen
matins n "clios nbout how much good
women would dn and how thoy would provont
Bolltlc.il cm .-upturn. Those moinbors seemed
tothlnLtii.it It lotho man who doos tho cor
ruption inni tlio woman who Is corrupted.
Women ire tc-pouslblo for moro corruption
than men. Thoy load men nstroy. nnd I do not
vnwlir tho men should have to tako tho ro
sponlblllty for It nil tho tlmo. Commlttoos of
women como up horo nnd say thoy do not get
tJic-ii lights They lmvo rlonty of rights now."
Tlu rest of tho ITon. Mr. Wlsslg's speech
c.iniv t well ho printed vorbotlm. Ho gavo Il
lustrations In support of Ills nrgumont nnd
mU soie-a' things that might be construed In
moro than nno way. Ono of them was a con
versation which ho said he bad had with a
woman's rights woman.
At tho conclusion of tho Hon. Mr. Wlsslg's
liooeh thero w.is a consultation of the lcadlnc
mm' crot tho Assembly as to what should
be done. Sumo of tho members wore In favor
of a fotmal resolution of consure. but it was
thought th.it tni- would only tend to call moro
attention to tlw speech. Mr. WobBtor intro
duce! ii resolution that all roforenco to the
speo-h nml all record of it, either in tho jour
nal or on the stonogrnphor's report, should bo
expunged. The resolution was ndoptcd nt
onco on a vlv.ivoo votn by a majority that
wns st I.ubd that tho friends of the Hon. Mr.
V lafu did lint us.k for a division.
3 hi speech lin J a cood deal to do with tho
pasig of the bill, which had only four votes
to irate. There woie many ubsontoos, nnd
there wo o not sixty-live mombers in f.ivor
of tho bill present Many women. Including n
conimitteo of woman suffragists, hoard tho'
speich. nml the Assembly, In its endiavor to
make rep ir.it Ion to thorn, pussod tlio bill.
It is tlio annual custom for Mr. Yotmnn of
Ktuten Island to introduco the Woman Suffriigo
bill. It is one of the nnminl jokes of tho Leg
islature. Some cars tho bill posses one House,
and some yeuis tho other, but It has so fur
, never passed Loth Heusos in tho Bnrao shape
at the sjrao scsiion. Committees of Woman
Buffracists. 6omo of whom liavo crown cray
In the delay, but who still hopoiorsucooes, come
totlie Lcclslutuni year after year nnd try to
haiu tile bill I nt-d. Homo ot Ilia members
arc inclined to make sport of them. and to vote
fortho bill until enough votes uro cai-t to pass
it. and then to chnncn their votes to tlio negn
tlie while tho committoo were in tho Assem
bly keeping tally of tho roll. This year tho
committee of woman sulTinclsta may thank
the Hon. Philip Wlssig for passing their bill.
Mr. Pripi'li'lior moved to strike out tho on
8CUU3 clause ot the bill. Hn said that there
t n no use in taking up tho time of the llou-m
with friviiloiifc ami nonuenBlcal liillu that every
one knew would not become laws, and which
nnliwlytnok fcoriously. Tho 'Woman hufTr.ige
1 bill had boon up for years, and It showed no
lncren-eof t-treugth. Women woro not united
In favor of it. and until a minority of tho
women wantod to vote, the bill would not bo
"This hill would tend to lowor women.
Women ilo nut want to mix up In politics, and
I ltwouM pull down women Instead of elevating
politic.-." Mild Col. (jiilgloy.
"Wonion now have the right to vote for
School i.'uuiiiiinsionors. Why not also for
EtateoMceis? A woman was tho last at tho
eros ami tlm 111 st at the sepulchre," said Gen.
(lusted, who recalled that to-duy is Good
"I sin willing to, stay at homo hnlf of a day
amltaVo nun of tlio babies while my wifo
Tutcn." Qld Mr. .Saratoga Smith.
'Tho pre ein1" of women would purify eloo-thin-.
lliat Is the good this bill would do. It
would do more to pi event political corruption
than any othe- .imendmunt to the election
laws." said i. Wyuks.
"ThoubiiiiiU id women havo snld that they
?ould Ulc evory man who votos for this bill.
hlsUcMiliir.inoadsiill tho blessing It can
Ket. I vutv lor the bill." enld Mr. Adams.
"II this hill passes politics will create dis
tensions lie.uom husband and wife, whloh
will make home Icet like hoavon." Bald Mr.
"Tho lol.l.vthnt Is up hero on this bill has
captured me, siid Mr. Kednr.
W Mr. Mlhmii 1 piphatetiib McCormlck offored
his custoiiinrv ui.i 'mimont in regard to rcd-
Jieai oil women. He moved to Insert a clause
In tlio hill that thov should not bediscrlnii-
natod aciin-t. Mr. McCormlck is the author
' ?' tlw bill t.. prohltlt women from playing
iinscrall. which tlie Committoo on Uenornl
t i 'iniuniiuu so as to apply to only red-
Jir'Mxl women ontiildii of thocouqty of Kings.
Waco that tlmo Mr. William Epipnatetus Mc-
;rmkk h.n l.cen trying to mako the lives of
m tho mfrabtrsot tlm Genorul J.aws Committee
H a uunlon tiv offi ring thn Bnmo amendment In
""-STJ'1!'. ii'errlng to women.
,nVu,m"'ltieo on General Irfiws started
SR.VU 1,laV,,l'J'i 't'i me. nnd I will make thorn
I Sir..!!"11'' ffd heaiiHd business before tho
in J,l,"l'"ultnv.onien to trpat their bill
t.i;?.' D1,a.n.,;"'- ''III'1 'a no oceuslon for
. u,l, LV..Vd Mr- f'lTord. who is at tho head of
M wnnfilf,,li,,i" 'Jnl'1 Assembly chould trout
?n?J2 yiiouriosy and chivalry. This Is
I klr W i 'i i'r.,hu lloplnv "f dicoP wit" said
"!' il ttoi feterof ilailom.
I h .Ji" w'" l''--eil with Ullnmrmntlve votos
M Ei.""ti''i"'u'11 galnt It of tho Hon. Mr.
"'"'- n' text o( the bill Is as follows:
H itJIil,',1l1,",,",'1",r',lll,u,llon 0'iMOuunt ot iox
M 1ii1i'. .iA"' mn. IrrmpcclUe of x. hU
H Ur.ift'i; ' """ "" tat nil Bnaeryol1IC(r
ii.h!jlI.!. "" ""',"n "" "' sndnn iiyiU
uiit,, ,' ." ,"l"l" ot Hie ixopKanilU hull lie
H in IS, ."'',"" " "'V dUcrluiliiatlon lietwten citizens
aal ItniinnB?,1' ' ' W,L- ni'P"tt"r i.f election, or other
H "ii.?,.i',fl'r.1,rjii lullilllnir rniUi .lutiei, .hull
Lai oy'lif.iJrnt.1'.' ' kl,t" " ,0 receive Hie ote ut
H mil "ein .!;." "' uy bc'' l'tlon bv rcaean of the
H nitrt.eB.11"""1' lr"vldm uch rltlun blt in all
H trUV. """- ""' qulincmlou nuw required
I 'J!f '' n ' wl ,!l'-l t effect Joly 1, J803,
"'tlttalltfd voto on tho bill was as follows:
H ei,r i ",!' Ailai.it. Ililiilerliolt. hierett Ilrnwn,
H CtheL ei,.!?"".1- n'ter u. llyrne. I'hsmberUlii!
teller n.iir ' " . Cl.rriii. pnnltou, Kuli )
'-o! lliliMr, II'MJ, lillltlle. l.e.il.ll, lionW.
LV ti . ""'. hill, Hnetel, Jon. Ktelr,
" G!;'l, .'""'' ..''lue. rtbii ri. iJlnir. Lowii
H lira?. i A (!'"" !"ar"". A. .1. llcfunnlck, V. h. le-
H r.tr., ..', s")''-'. "'Hair, iilln, I'siten. Ail.ert
eV le i.S '.. r'fr ' Hee't. William ,M. Ileeit. r. c.
loli! .".'' u ic.J H)n.VMIIiBm lljan brlleck,
tiirr tS, " t-nJilivnirib. hiiunnhnn. hullumi.
eaal tii,J !", '" " '. .' mloneltr. alt. Uelkrr. Mariier,
eaai ',',?' ".'' ,,b'"1 Wlletler. VMlllam L.
eaal . I"0 ','" "iHifl. Hoodbury Total. U'i
eaai AUrfi IH,". !u:i- Thi)ui. K. liyrne. llahlll. (ln.
eaal teio ii.. i"""i ' 0e, '"iinolly, fooney. Ilextrr.
eaai Oi-in'iL.!' 1', V ", "" tinraenf Kror, iloWberu.
aaal l"o7 iuii.. J ,,.J ".lls""- KUty. I- Oraneie. lloy.
aaal Ht. oite.1' V.,',ou"r' l'lchlii, Jauiee II. rior.on,
Wu.lV i 'H u' ""'M'. sinioo. Tripis Ward.
H SartCraSJ!'1;". ""k". Prln. OeorK It. noth.
aal JllM niJ": " f- "ral, liioau. IhnlitUplol. I or-
H E'CYi o??f ;.iti.HIiio. Il.v. Laiuout. Hatthew.,
B htcr ,,n,J" kenbmh. Mem. Mnenton. liionilou,
WiiHjlVr. 'i',!!,'lU"ia' l,,Ut- Te"', st-
H eTne?afiu?.0ir"""'(''1 i,ie codifications of tho
Lfl 'i'bal!s,Hnr':''ar,11, x? ht"ek 'orporutloiis,
I 4o ter'.,r,,;s',i,,i,1,e b."J. . rnB th Bal-
mleiloi, (rnn 'a l'Jd."0,J ?' "10 Ihillroud Com-
cnto ',. !b ?c.'w a V,mmlt!il."l")r I" tho lib
aaaal 'oriner i n, an oni"il""lun. Mr. Hudson wus
H M T iS'M reporter for the Hrooklyn
aaaal Hdui tT ihi11! 7"lJi ltt bU '"'" nntl POWorH
LH KriiHntnf9ii,JP!1,r resar.'1 heii Mr. m0.
B mm! ' 3t00kJnl " Senator IUU have
npbe bill, to make tha enbnrbin rapid teaa
HaaaaaaL. . v '.'U . '
nit toad run trains during thonltthtto mnko
mlnu owners provldo facilities for the miners
to escape, nnd to rnNo the pay of tho Intioro.s
in tnoStrcot Cleaning Uepartmont totwonly.
Hve cents an hour passed tho riennto. ,
Tho Assombly laid on tne table Mr. Rulzers
motion to ndvanen his vvoekly paymont bill by
n viileof-tlMoKU, .. . .
The bill to Incorporate thn ow ork and
llrooklt n Tunnel Company, to construct a tun
nel near South Terry, wns recommitted In the
Senate by a votoof 12 to '-'. ., , , .,
Hi a vnto ot 17 tn 7 Sonator Ahenrn had the
Contmlttoo on Commerce and Navigation ills
elmrged from fiuther omulderntlon of tlio
Itiilneyllrlilge bill. The bill was then amended
m that compensation for thn franchise, will bo
pTld wlien tlm gross receipts aro over $.1,000 a
itny. Tlin bridge Is to be built to connect with
tho Ornnd CVntiul llallrond lictweon rorty-soo-mid
and 1 lltieth street", and to cross to Long
Island, with a pier on the r.'ef below ltlaek
woll's Island. -The company also has the
power In build a northern arm ot the bridge to
til" annexed dlstilct . ,,
The Asseml'ly passed tho Tark Tollco Pon
slon Fund bill, tlm Thirteenth Regiment Ar
linny hill, and several claim bills. . . ,.
Tlio LIU t.) utter the death penalty was laid
The Assembly defontod tlm Kteln bill to
establish tliu Universal Loan nnd Trust Com
pany. .Iiitnos W. Hinckley. Demncrntlo Ptato com
mitteeman fiom l'oiighkecpsle. enmeto Albany
nnd had the ssetnbly pn the roughkeepsle
chnrtor amendments, which were defeated
yesterday. He made some changes In the bill
nnd everybody wnssiitlMleil.
On motion of Col. yuigley of Hrooklyn tho
Assombly decided to have nn extra session on
Monday. Mr. ltoclie offered an amendmnnt to
Col. Oiiiglny'n resolution th.it tho red-homled
member from Hrooklyn should be excused and
be compelled to ro home nnd not offer resolu
tions to make tho Assembly tin mure work.
"1 wnnt It undei stood tbnl there Is no red
headed member fintn ilmoklyii. Myhnlrmay
bo curly, hut It Is not red." snid Col. ijulgley.
Willi llttlo opposition the Assembly passed
the 1'lunkltt bill to prohibit the building of nn
over head or under ground tnllroad on Mndl
son avenue. Gen. llusted had charge of tho
bill In the Assemblv. Tho hill now goes to tho
Governor, who is favorably disposed to it. If
It becomes tho lawltwlll compel tho llapld
Transit Commission to change the Blue route
Which It has luid out.
JUSSIO AS1IA3IKD r niX.SKLF.
lilt HI"Kntlnc (speech. Denounced In tbe
Severest Terms by Ilia Colleague.
Aijiavt. April 15. Tho speech of Assembly
man Philip WiBslg of Now York In the House
this morning on tho Woman's SulTrnco bill was
a subject of general comment, and oven WIsslg
himself became so ashamed tills afternoon
that ho left early in the session and did
not roturn up to tho tlmo ot adjourn
ment. Thero woro fully twenty women pres
sontatthe tlmo. and they wore compelled to
hear what ho said. The Btenosr.iphor rcfusod
this afternoon to give any transcript of thn
speeeh, because, by order of theAssombly.lt
had boon expunged from thn minutes and was
not now public property. Wisslg is n member
of Tammany, but In tho Assembly mon who
belong to that oi eanlzutlon wore highly Indig
nant ut his conduct
Assemblyman John Connolly snld: Ho
mndo himself both ridiculous and disgusting,
and is wot thy only of thesi verestconsiiro.
Mr. Webhter, who moved to oxmingo the re
marks from the minutes, snld: "He disgraced
hlniselr and tlio Assembly, too. It wa a dis
play of blaekgunidlsm seldom witnessed.
Assemblyman Milersa'aVMr Wlssigmndo
a fearful mistake. I cannot account for tuch
u serious lack of judgment."
Assemblym-m ltvan said: It wns a nasty
exhibition. Hml tlm Hmis not been so much
surprised 1 beliuvo ho would have been hissed
fio.n thn Moor."
Assemlilvman Hil'tod snld: "It Is hard to
believe that such a man was born of woman.
Any Plan who wo-i'd utter such languiigo In
tlm presence of women Is not lit to bit with
Wisslg sHiiioiii -i cakT in thn Tfouse. nnd is a
man of little or no Influence in thnt body.
Among tlie women who listened to Ids re
inuikswiis Mi. Marv Soimuiir Howell, who
has been a leader la tho light for woman suffrage.
lilt! L'XTlt.t HLiiSlOX.
It ivllt Prnhnlily be Cnlled by the Governor
to Meet nn Ttiesd'iy, April 38.
Alhint. April 13, Gov. Flower was seon this
morning In rolation to the rumors regarding
nn etrn session.
Hofanld: "I have not ns yet set a day fortho
extra session, because I do not know how soon
tlio compilation ot fie census by tho Secrotary
of Hato will bo ready. It would not be of any
avail to call the Legislature together until the
compllntloa Is ready and tho majority leadors
have laid out the districts as they wish to op
pirtlon tliem. I liavo not thought of issuing
llie mil for next Thursday."
Lieut Gov. Slieelnn said: "I nm not sure
whon wo vvdl i.e roadv. but I hardly think It
will be called week after next as the day left
nrter Until adjournment of this session would
not give us much tlnm to do unithing."
Senator Cantor mid: "No dnlinlto doelslon
hns ueen reached as yot but 1 think It can bn
safely said that no besloti will ho callod until
at least tho mldd'o ot week after noxt In
fact nothing is ready, and it would not be of
nnyuvitil to cull a session ou Friday ot next
(ecretnry of Stato Frank Rice, when askod
how tho compilation of the census was pro
"I expect to have everything finished for
the Legislature by Wednesday of next week.
'J lio compilations are leady oxcept in a few
The consensus of opinion Is that thn extra
session will he hold on Tuosday following the
adjournment, and will be. called by the Gov
ernor on Thursday next for that dato. If tho
throats of tno minority are of any avail, the
session Is likely to ben long one, for Kenatnr
F.-win. leader of the minority In the Senate,,
fcuid this morning:
" I want to talk on this matter, nnd so do my
colleague". If will lio n lengthy session, you
may dopend upjn It. I should not be sur
prised to see It last for n couple of weeks un
less the majority applies wig law."
No business can be donont the extra Bosslon
except that for which it Is specifically callod.
NOJtB iinonK iHh.iJin r.zKCTionB.
Demcrrnf Get a (Senator In Providence, bat
Tlirro Must lie Another Vote.
PnoviDENCF. April 115. The election to-day
shows a hoavy falling off In tho total vote. It
being 25 per oont loss than a week ugo,
Tho Demoornts linvo elected their Stato Son
ator by tho Binall majority of 'SI, tho voto bolng
7,047 to 7,020 for ull tho other candidates.
There Is no election for tho nine Representa
tives balloted for. A third election must bo
held within ten dovs.
Movpoiir. April 15. A hill was Introduced In
thoLeglslatuio to-day by tlio Republicans for
nn amendment to the city charter, prov d ng
for a non.pnitiPiiii rotiirnliu; Ho.ud, and doing
nw.-iy with uny count by tho Alderman, as nt
jiresont The hill will provont nnyeiindldiito for
oilleo counting Ills own votes. This bill Will
probubly be pussod at onco.
hox msiuvcit.n run UAimisox.
The IVetenliiEton Itelrcittlon Will Probably
Ante for it lYeelcrii Man.
BKATTI.E. April 15. Tlie Republican State
Convention bus elected eight delegates to tho
Minneapolis Convention. Though tho Conven
tion endorsed tlio Harrison Administration
tlio delegation Is unlnstructcd, and will voto
for any Western man who devolops strength.
Ilhilliu was the llrst ehole.j of the Washington
Republicans until his lotturof withdrawal up-
'"lVank II. Hastings, tho only professed Har.
rlm limn who was an aspiuint for a I'l'ic; in
tuu delegation, was beaten,, by an nntl-llar-rison
uoiublnatlon. The Mohlnley bill wasen-ilori-ed,
but the ( nnvi'iitlou refused to commit
itself on tho oilvor nui-btlon.
)llr. Ilurrleon'e Illueee.
Wariiinotox, April 15. Dr. Gardner, the at
tondlug physician of Sirs. Harrison, Bald this
afternoon flint hor condition was slightly Im
proved. In spoaklngof her casnhu said that
bhehadhad a bullous attack of bronchitis:
bho was very vveuk, and it would bo several
days et before she will be able to leavoher
New Mexico Ilclegntcn Vnlnstrueted.
8it,vi:n Citv, N. M April 15. Tiie terri
torial Republican Convention held In this city
yesterday ehusu six delegates to tho National
Convention. They uro uuinstructod.
Tlie net IVorda No Hhakeepearo Wrote.
This popular and beautiful melody, with
original words and brilliant burlesque verses.
Twoaoogs in ona.-Eeeto.morrow' Mermv
CLEVELAND MEN AMAZED.
SUItB OF OSLT XlJfE OF XltB MASSA
CnVBETTS DELEGATES j:0 CHICAGO.
Eleven AntLCIevelend Me Ilave Been
Choaen nnd Only Two Moro Are to lie
Selected Eneh Hide Online the llonht.
fnl Men, bat the Claimant I'robnbly Will
Not Get Ilniroflhe Slnte'a Ileleantlon.
IIostov, April 15. Two more district Demo
cratic Conventions woro hold to-dny. and Mr.
Clovclnnd fared no bettor than yostordny. In
tho First district Convention In Springfield
thero was a suunro fight bctwoon Hill nnd
Cloveland factions, and the result was a draw.
Dr. A. C. Dcnn of Greenfield, who was
elocted dologata by acclamation, is a Cleve
land man. J. J. Currnn nt Holyoke. the other
delognto. would not commit himself and both
sides claim htm. As ho was nomlnntod
by a man who eulogized Sonator Hill,
nnd ns he wns opposed strongly by the
Cleveland men. It Is snto to class him as nn
antl-Cloveland dolegntc. An attompt wns
mndeto saddlo Clevoland resolutions upon the
Convention, but It was a failure until after tho
Hill dolegatos had left tho hall under the
supposition that n motion to adjourn had
been carried. Tho Hill mon woro tn tho ma
jority, the voto standing 80 to Cd in tlie selec
tion of the second delegate.
Cloveland recolved anothor set-back In the
Third district Convention In Worcester. Son
ator John It. Thayer wns choson as nn avowed
Russell delegate, heating tho Clovclnnd candi
date by n voto of 0." to 28. Tho other delognto.
John O'Gam of Spancor. is also n Russell dole
Only one Convention Is left for tho Cleveland
forces to fight over, and they are working like,
beavers to secure tho two delegates from that
district, the Thfiteenth. ...
Tho result of the struggle has boon a big
surprise to the ( levelnnd machine. InBtend
of n solid delegation from Massachusetts.
Cleveland has secured barely one-half, and
some ot tho delegates conceded to him aro
known tn bo only lukowarm supporters.
Of tlio four delegates nt large, the Hon. John
K. HubpoII Is the only out-and-out Cleveland
man. Mr. Houghton Is called n Cleveland
dologatoand will vote for him. but his prefer
ences would lead him to vote for some other
Gon. Collins Is only a lukowarm supporter,
nnd Gen. Corcoran has not yet recovered from
tho effects of the knifing which he received at
the hands of some of the Mugwumps at tho
hist election. A truce has been patched up,
but tho soreness remains. ...
Of tho twenty delegates already chosen only
nine are out-and-out Cloveland supporters.
Four others are counted by the Clevelind lead
ers, but they are lukewarm disciples of thn
Claimant. Eleven of ho delegates will go
to Chicago Btrongly opposing Cleveland's
nomination, heven of the anti-Cleveland men
are not pledged to any cnndldnte. but they will
light Cleveland. Two of the anti-Cleveland
men will support Penator Hill to tho end. Two
others will give Gov. Russoll tholr support
xnE hush rait bib&ETox l.Axns.
Five Thonsnnd ISettlera In tbe Procession
that Entered the Kesrrvntlon Tcsterdny.
LEWiEnwooD. S. P.. April 15. At five min
utes to noon to-day a cnvnlry bugler, with a
long yellow plume streaming from his helmet
and a brand new bugle suspended from his
shoulder by a bright yellow cord, rode to tho
crostof thohllls which separate Brown's Val
ley from tho Slsseton reservation, Bcatterod
along in an uneven line to the north nnd south
of him woro throe companlos of cavalry, each
man fully armed with sabre, revolver, and car
bine. Back ot those woro grouped, or rathor
herded, a hoterogeneo.ua mas ol.men white,
yellow, and black all nationalities ot
tho Caucasian race, with a liberal mix
ture of hnlf broeds and negroes. Thero
wero women In tho crowd, too, and horo nnd
thero could be seen n baby held In tho arms of
its mothorassho sat on her horse, deteimincd
to bo ono of tho first to enter tho promised
land which w.is to be opened to-day. A splon
dld Kentucky thoroughbred carried a man
who had thrown nsido everything which could
impede him in the lidx for tlio reservation.
Next to him. on a v. iry brnnco. w.is a lia'f
breeii wno sat ms uorso as u n part oi it.
Further down the line was a big negro, black
as charcoal, ustildo a diminutive mulu. All
wore Impatient for tlio raco to begin.
As the. sun uearod tlio moridinii Major Ber
nard glanced at his watch. The huglor lilted
his instrument to his lips, and tho crowd of
land 6ookers gathered up thel- roins and
awaited the "ignnl. At lost Major llornard,
wntch In hand. Budded to the bugler, who be
gan to sound tho rovollle. At tlie llrst note
Ihoro wns a crack from the carbine of the sol
dlor next to him. which was quickly oclioed by
one further down tlie lino. The shots rang out
clear in the crisp air. and as the volley lattled
down the lines on eithei sliloltwns answered
by tho hoof beats of hundreds of horses
spurred on by riders reckless ot life or limb.
A cloud of alkali dust ruse as the motley
army charged for tho lino of thn leservatlon.
and soon nil that could bu soon from the crest
ot the rldgo was n black muss of huddled
horsemen closely pursued by n whirl of yel
lowishdust Tiiu man on tlm Kentucky thor
oughbred got u good start, nnd when the line
wns rcaohod ho was ten lengths In advance of
the next rldor. a tall cowboy, who rode ULo a
centaur, hut who was at a disadvantage as to
his mount Behind tho two loaders strung out
a long line of horsemen, men In buggies, oth
ers in spring wagons, and others still in huge
pnilrle schooner", tlm rear I elng brought up
bynmunfrom Pike county. Mo., whoso wife,
children, and household effects wore contained
in a Conostogn wagon drawn by n yoke of oxen.
Within halt an hour the Inst man and vehicle
had vanished from sljht beyoud tho foothills,
and the soldiers, at tho word, wheeled nnd ro
turned to camp, their duty in opening tho res
ervation ueing iinisjieu.
Thore uro now fully 5.000 cottiers on tho
reservation. They uro pretty well divided be
tween the northern nnd onstorn borders. The
squatter Is 'uonaii'li ot nil he surveys; tho
filer Is literally out of the running. Gov. Mel
lette had 250 deputy shoritTs on the reserve,
heavily armed and instructed to maintain
order. They checked several rows. Wells aro
being dug everywheie, and all tho squatters
apparently Intend to live on their land. In a
couplo of weeks breaking ploughs will bout
work overyivheio. Thoro will bo good lands
open to settlement fur weeks, for not halt has
yet been taken tip.
Ida Burnett, a hnndsnmo grndualo of tho
University of Minnesota. Is now tho possessor
of thoeholeo-t qiiartnr section nbout the town
Bite. Missllurgitt has Indian blood in ho
veins. Behind the fastest team ohtiilnniileshu
was drawn to tho (own sito from tho agency.
The start ias mndeut gunllre, and thn girl
wns first on tlio field. 8ho str.ilgtnway went
to work building her shanty, ubbiuled by hor
GUTiinir. 0. T., April 15. Thn Governor was
busy to-day appointing tho fifty-four officers
for the new counties. Hohud!i2rinppllcations.
The Prolate Judges loft to-night for tho coun
ty seats oi their respective counties. Thoy
will be the onlypnrsons.exoept troops, allowed
on tho town sites until ,1 o'clock on Tuosday
afternoon, when settlers may enter.
WAS a.lMUI.E II Kilt I-OISONKOr
Indleatlane thnt PillebnrBh'e I.iite Ciller or
PiTTsnujioit, April 15. Tho ovldenco of tho
poisoning ot Gamble Weir, lato Superintend
ent ot Police, is regarded as practlcully con
clusive. His brother, the District Attorney, in whose
charge tho caso was placed yesterday, and the
chemist nro convlncod that he was murdered.
Tho latest Important feature in the case is thn
dlsoovery of the letter or note rocoived
by the llanceo of Weir some tlmo after
his death. It wns not dated, but the postmark
blmwa that It was mailed on Jrn. 12, two days
boforo his iliatli and when he was not believed
to be In danger. It wasorrouoouslyaddressed
and did not reach tho young woman until two
weeks afterward. It rend: ... .
" Dkaii Mau: Gamble is very 111. It you wnnt
to soo him, go before it is too late. J. Ma"
The writing of the note is in a disguised
hand, and evidently Is that of a woman. Tho
envelope was addressod by the, same hand,
but In tho writer's natural way. A comparison
of tho various characters show tho samo strik
ing peculiarities In eaoh. .
Thn importance of tho letter is enhanced by
tho fact of its similarity to another letter, in
which no attompt Is made to conceal tho
writer's Identity. Exports declare thut thoy
re both written by tho same person.
Lon, by All W. Jncfcinn.
An Intensely paMlonato romance. Out to-day.
Pries 20 onU. Vox mi brUawf dealer,
bATS HE Vtlt.'T STJUKK llV.lt.
Bnrrender of.Tohn Howe, who. It nm Held,
Cnueed Mrs. Iloehtei Hn'e Ilentb.
John Howe, tho onglncor, who Is accused of
causing tho death of Mrs. Marin Hoeldorlln of
Palmetto street nnd Irving nvenuo. Wllllnins.
burgh. Burronderod himself Inst night at tho
Codar street pollco station. According to the
statement originally made by Thoodore Hoel
dorlln. his mother Intorfored between llowo
nnd John Krug. who woro quarrelling, nnd
llowo struck her In tho face, breaking her
noso and throwing hor backward over nn
ompty sugar barrol. That wns on April 4. and
elx days later sho dlod of peritonitis, following
nn operation for tlio internal Injuries caused
by hor full.
Dr. Honry J. Hesse, who was ono of the flvo
doctors present nt tho operation, snld thero
was no doubt that tho tntornnl Injuries woro
caused by tho fall. Thon young Hoeldorlln
modlflod his statement Howe's blow, ho
thought, had been an accidental one. His
mother had stepped between Howe nnd Krug,
and had received tha blow Intended for Krug.
A post-mortom examination showed that Mrs.
Hoeldorlln had been III with somn Intornnl
trouble for sevorol months boforo April 4, and
Dr. Hosse notified Coroner Llndsny that he
was not propared to testify under ti.ilh thut
death was due to Injuries c.iusod by the fall.
In tho monn time Howe bad disappeared. At
his homo In Kvergroen his wife said sliohml
tint seon him since April 4, and that she did
not know whom hn had g.ino. To n icportor
Howe made this statement last night:
"I did not run away. Young Hoeldorlln. who
Is the manager of bis mother's confectionery
factory, told mo I was not needed any more,
and I started out to look for nnnther job. 1
got ono Immediately on tlio steamship Old
Dominion of tho Old Dominion line, where
I had worked before, nnd wnnt to Rich
mond. When I returned this morning and
learned from my wire that Mr", llneldnilln
was dead ami that! was licensed or striking
her, I ennio directly to the pollen stntlon nnd
guvo myself up. 1 nover touched Mrs. Iloel
derlin. I was lighting with Krug. wh-n young
Hnelderlln threw a two-pound weight nt mr.
It missed, nnd he was about to hit me
with n, hnminer that was Iving on tlm
counter. Tho light took nlaeo In tho
store, when his mother cauglit him by tho
waist. The hummer ttruck her In the f..o
ane they both fell together over tho bartel.
Hoolderlin got up nnd told mo to get out. nnd
1 went away. I wnsnotwllhl'i ten foot of Mrs.
Hoolderlin. nnd live or lx persons who saw
my iiuarrel with Krug will swear to it"
Pollco Capt Kltrer believes Howe's state
ment He b'nrneil that Howe had got tlio bet
ter or Krug In a druggie for the ntlcctlnns of
thn Iloeldcrlln's domestic, and that, in spile of
his having a wifo and four children in I.vor
green. lie was taking tho girl out tn places of
amusement in the ovening. J-.rug told tho
girl that Howe was not one to makn love to
any girl, and the girl told llowo what Krug
had said. 'I lint started the row that ended
when Mrs. lloelderliu fell over the barrel.
VABSEK'S HI SOS Ett HAS A bTOHT.
lie Snye He Cnusht tlie Policeman Thlev.
Inai nnd line Arretted for Hplle.
Pollcemnn Wnrnor of tho Tnst Thirty-fifth
street stntlon toik James Kelly, n saloon
keeperntSil Third avenue, to tho Yorkvlllo
Tollce Court yestordny and chat god him with
violating thn Excise law. Ho said that In com
pany with OtTlcer Hausor he went Into Kelly's
saloon about 2:45 o'clock yesterday morning,
saw a number of men in tho place, and him
self got a drink.
In his defenco Kelly said: "Tho officer wns
In my 6aloon in tho afternoon drinking. Nenr
him woro Tntrick Hayes nnd James Gibbons.
Warner nulled a gold scarf pin from Hayes's
necktlo nnd gave it to Gibbons. Ho then told
Hayes that Gibbons h id taken the pin. Thon
he offered to nrret Gibbons if Hayes would
mnko it complaint I stepped In and Fald:
None of that In my place,' i t,'ou makn the ar
rest I will go to the station house and explain
matters.' Warner then left tho saloon, and, us
lie went out, ho suid: 'You will hear from mo
" I was having tome electric wires put Into
my saloon, and thn work could bo donn only at
night I told Warner I was not selling any
thing, but ho said it was snowing nnd storm
ing, and 1 told him tho men wero nearly
throiuh and ho could drink with mo."
E. P. Sheridan, vvhowas putting in tho wires,
corroborated Kelly's fetory. Warner denied
Justice Hognn held Kelly In $100 for exam
iro.v cviiioity, nrr so bi'siPATnr.
Hammflrr Punishment tif an Orator Who
Made the rulne Sieerh Ttt Ice.
A ragged, penniless, philosopher, with a jng.
stood, hat In hand. In tho middle of tho street
at Mott and Houston, nt 7 o'clock last evonlng.
nnd soliloquized alou 1:
"Ah, hal Hungry and thirsty, nought to
oator drink or smoke, I nra hunted through
the streets llkoa inal dog by the Four Hun
dred, with Ward MoUllstor ot tho head and
Dr. Pnrkhurst cniryltig the ammunition "
Tho shop girls and men returning frrm work
foimedn circle around tint philosopher. Ho
gazed wildly nt thorn, nnd tearing his soft lint
to pieces with his teeth, threw It on thogiound
and danced on the remnants. A llttlo German
eobl lor siid: . . ....
"Now. my friend, you nrn poorer as before.
"That Is Impossible. It was weniing nway
tost, anyhow, nnd wns making me pooror
every hour. Evory step I tako makes mo
pooror. The soles of my shoos nre thin as
pnper. Thovoryulrl breuthe Is wearing out
Just then a big policeman brnkn through thn
crowd and played upon tlio phllosophor with
"G'wnn outo hore. you beggar, or I'll lock
Tho philosopher ran, but half nn hour after
hn was working tlm bnmo game with hat and
All In Bloocknr street Policeman Mason, took
him to tho Multiniry street stutlon. He said
ho wns August BrinckliolT, and that he hud
been kept nt tho Swlns Homo in bocond nve
nuo of late.
mom roisox on most A ni.ow?
Doctor nistgrce iim tn tlie Omiisc of Yoiidk
Henry Wrl's Heseth.
Henry Weiss. 14 years old. dlod nt ft o'clock
on Thursday mornltignt tho homo of his father,
Honry Weiss, nl 107th street and Webster ave
nue Corouor Shea and Deputy Coroner Don
Hn held nn autopsy yesterday and thought
thoy found tracos of poison. Thoy will mnko
an analysis to dntorralno tho causo of death.
Dr. II. II. Tinker, who attended tho boy, bus.
poets that his death was c luaed by n blow In
llleteil byu schoolmale.
Henry iitlonilod Grammar Reliool 01. In
Third nveiiue, near I7'.'d strott. At noon on
Tuesday hu was struck l.etvyien tlio i;ym hy
Philip Koenlg. who wi" trying to slilh.i an
other boy. Henry complnlnoil of a pain In his
Iioad, and wiisliolpeil to go homo liynclas
mato. II" beenniii sick, and got vvojso so rap
idly that Dr. Tinker was callod In, Hn found
thn boy breathing heavily and showing symp
toms of brain trouble. When Jfenrv died Dr.
Tinker refused to Issue a burial cortlllcuto and
notllled the Coroner.
Henry's fat lier Is foreman on tho William II.
Morris estate, which overlooks ileetnond
Park. II" lives In n small stono house which
is said to havo unco boon the (iiutrturs ot
slaves belonging to tho Morris family.
Complulnle Aci"' Exnnilner Ieeur,
There is n rod In plcklo for Edward C Losour,
examiner of tho glove .division In tlm Ap
praiser's Btoros. Aroport dliectod by Secre
tary Foster two months ago looking Into
Leseur's methods was completod yesterday
nnd forwardod to Washington. It charges
Lescur with msny faults as an examiner,
especially In dealing, with Ilia subordinates.
The work of the illvUl'in has been retarded. It
fs claimed, by Leseur's conduct and other
things of a moro or less Boriouraaturo are laid
at his door.
Dead On Hie M'lle'e Grave.
Rondout. April 15. Thomas Way, Bn old
resident of Matteawan, was found dead to-duy
on the gravo of his wlfn In St Luke's Cemetery
In that village. Sho dlod flyo years ago. and
thereafter ho was a changed man. A few feet
Jrom whoro Mr. Way's body was found lay a
bottle thnt bad contalnod carbolic i nold. Tho
suppobition Is that he drank from it und threw
the bottle uwuy.
JEaelcr MaturUny, Grand llnrsnln riiile.
lUTlnf received a Urge contbjnmeDt by French
Uamtr La Champagne ot pate de fole area do strat.
tmrr sad French aaparant In cant, will make a rcdeo
BULGARIA MAKES A STIR.
AS AFPK4C TO 1IIE FOITBltS AOAIXST
Apprehension or Wnr Excited hy the E.II.
tie Principality' Demand for Protection
Turkey Aecnaed of Aldlna- Rnselnn Pint
Agnlnet Prince Ferdinand and Utah OIH.
cera of the Jlulanrlnn Government.
Vienna, April lti.-Tho gravest npprohen
slons havo been aroused hero by tho an
nouncement that Bulgaria has sentnnototo
the powers complaining thnt the bultnn hns
eeusod to protect Bulgaita'n Intoresls. nnd
thnt tho Turkish Government protects Rus
sia's proti'gus who havo entered upon a cam
paign of assassination against Bulgaria's pup
llo mon. from Prince Ferdinand down. Tho
note demands that Turkey bo compolled to
expol tho assassins whom Russia supports
on her soil. The unto Is supposed to be the
precursor of a proclamation of Bulgaria's inde
pendence from Turkor. Such n proclamation
would inovltably result in n European wnr.
The noto Is considered tho Immediate result
of tho protection by Turkey nnd Russia of tho
murderers of Dr. Vulkovitch. of tho revelation of
a plot to murder Prlnco Fordlnnnd nnd Mara
buloff. mado by Costa Ivanoff, brother-in-law
oftho Servian Mlnlsfor President Pnslc. and
of tho discovery of a remnrknblo band ot con
spirators living on Russian soil, nnd sup
ported by Russian monoy. The Intriguing
with the Czar on bohnlt of these conspirators
is carried on by Gen. Ignstiaff nnd otbor high
mllltnry men who aro anxious to nnnex
Bulgaria nnd fight out the unavoidable war
with Germany nud Austria at once. Tho con
spirators have boon encouraged by the Czar,
and tho millions paid by Bulgaria to Russia In
connection with tho Russian occupation havo
been applied to tlin support of tho consplraoy
against the Buignilan Government
Tho head of the conspiracy is tho Bulgarian
Commltteo of Instruction in St Petersburg.
This committor consists ot flvo Bulgarian
refugees and ono Russian. Thcoharoff. Thero
is a Committee of Exocution In Odessa, acting
under tho Commltteo of Instruction in St
Petersburg, nnd Issuing for it orders to ten
minor organisations In Galatz, Bratlo, Glur
gewo, Turn-aetorln. Kalafat. Kadujuvenatz.
Belgrade. Nisch. Adilanoplo. and Constan
tinople. To the Committee of Instruction is
duo tho plnnning nnd to the Odessa committoo
the killing of BcltchofT and Vulkovitch. tho re
peated attempts on Stnmhuloff, tho Panitra
plot and the conspiracy just discovered
against tho llfo of Prlnco Ferdinand.
" What must be tho result of tlieso discov
eries V" asks the Match IVeiul, a Government
organ, "it Is high time to call on nil Eur,opa
to wait no longer, le-t it wait too. long. Wede
mand of Tmkey that sho rouse herself from
her lethargy and enforce our rights under the
Austrian newspapers nnd statesmen have
tried to suppress tho pre-ent noto and to calm
Bulgaria until utter Prince Ferdinand's con
sultation with Emperor Franz Josejih, now
but a few days distant, but tho excitement
duo to tho revelations in question rondorod
tholr efforts fruitless. In easo Bulgaria per
sists In proclaiming hor independence,
Austria, it Is Bald heie. will support her and
thus full in direct conflict with Russia, nnd
Germany will bo obliged to back Austria to
prevent the annihilation of hor ally. Franco
would aid Russia, but the attitude of Italy is
doubtful. Tho Russian spius in Bulgaria havo
kept Russia informed of tho nppronch of tho
crisis, and the massing of Russian troops on
the border is supposed now to have been in
anticipation of it.
Two special trains of forty-three wagons
havo conveyed D.OUO.000 Mannlichor car
tridges to Sella, being tho last installment of
the crdor given to the Vienna cartridgo manu
factory lor U0.O00.UOU of these cartridges.
ItLOOIJIltirXHS AFlElt 1IIAIX JtUllliEICS
Tnelveft Entered tin ExprcsaCnr and Forced
the MeMoenzer to Open the HmTc.
New Oni.KANs, April 15. Tho Chicago nnd
St Louis mail train of tho Illinois Central
Railway. leaving this city at (1 o'clock yester
day afternoon, wns robbed In oitbodox train
rubber stile at Newborn's sawmill, seventy
soven miles noith of tills city, between Areola
nnd Tangipahoa stations. Tin) train was
boarded nt Hammond by ono of therobbeis.
who wns masked and who concealed himself
until tho train had started.
Ho thon confrontod tho engineer nnd flro
mnn with a revolver, and ordered them to
obey him on pain of death. At Indepen
dence tlie train was side-tracked to permit the
south-bound train to pass, but tho robber suc
ceeded In preventing the ongineoror llreman
from signalling tlio passing train. The mall
train again went north and passed through
Ainito City nnd Areola without stopping.
On reaching Newsom's mill tho man with
tho revolver ordered tho train stopped. Beforo
Itenme to a standstill bo was joined by two
moro mnskod men. who ordered thn engineer
nnd llreman to mtei the boulhern express
ear nnd t oil tlin messenger to open tho car.
They obeyed. As thn messenger opiinod the
ear he was ovei povvei eil. Tho runners at onco
burst open tho optc" safe nnd took what
thoy wanted out of It. Thoy (hen ebcupod, not
lliofeilingllie mnll.s or tlin nnsseiigeis.
When tho tinin le.ichod Tangipahoa the
nhirm wns given, nnd u deputy sheriff ot
once liegan tooignnien posh.) to go In pur
suit ottlie robbeis Mii-riff Wlx was nlso no
titled, und began orgitiWng a posse in Amite
City. He wired tlio MmritT at .lackhon. Miss.,
for bloodhounds to put on tlio trail of tho rob
bcis. These wi'io sent down on a special en
gine, nml tills morning tho pursuit begun in
earnest, but had not at a late hour to-night
resulted In thn capture or nnv or tlio robbers.
Thn thieves aro described as young, and
from tho course they took after leaving tho
train aio evidently well acquainted with tlie
country. The Southern Lspress Company
claims that it last vm little In tlin robbery,
only S 500 In c.isli, two packages of jewelry,
inula few lottery ilel.et . The iiiosscrigcrsttc
encded in concealing several packages in tho
i-tove. which tlm nibbiii nvi-ilookoil. Thn
railroad nulhoiitlos hcliovo that they
wero foimerly employed by tlin company,
nnd their escape suggests lint thlj Is
acorretttheory. ( hlcfot Pollco (Junior thinks
that thn robueiy was committed by some of
Bunch's gang. v hn robbed several tiiiint nenr
here, llu bays that Hunch, was down heron
short tinin ago. and both the railway mid e.x
pross officials had noen .warned several
months ngo that nn nt tempt would I probably
bo mado to rotitho Illinois tontral train, and
somn precautions worn taken to guard against
It, As tinin went on and tlin robbers fulled to
nppenr, vlgllnnco was relaxed. Bunch taught
school In Aniltn City, and wus vvell acquainted
with tho residents of Tangipahoa parish, and
every road, eowpath. trail, und bridlu path In
that part of tho btutu.
Jlenth In Wind (storm In Virginia.
PF.TF.ns.nuna. April 15, A eovere hall Btorm
almost like a tornado in force swept through
this region last night. Immensetreesworoup
rooted, and many barns and buildings doniol
lBhed. The new residence of Milton K. Reese,
of which Mrs. Reese and her children were tho
occupants, Mr, Ileeso boingnbsont fiom homo,
was taken from Its foundation and' landed in
nn open held. Tho house was almost com
pletely demolished, and Mrs. Reeso wns In
stantly killed. The olilldron escaped without
Horloiis Injury. The wind was accompnntod
byu heavy fall of rain and lio.ll. and tha storm
was very destructive to fruit true and vegetation.
Disappeared Wbcu the Auditor Came.
Locxtout. April 15. E. B. Towno, cashier of
the New York Central freight nfllco at Suspen
sion Bridge, bus been missing since Wednes
day. Two auditors arrived on that morning to
chuck up his iiccouuts. He locked tlio safo
nnd dlhiippo.it ml
J.ovc, by All H, Jacknun,
An Intensely PASsionateromanca. Out to-day.
Price 26 eents. hot sue ty U nwdlr f.
AIL HUT OSE AOAISST CLVVELAXO.
Three oflndtnnnV Four llcle anles at I.atge
Delleved to he me Hill.
I.NDUXAroLis, April l.".-0f tho four dele
gates at largo to tho Chicago Convention
agreed upon Inst night by tho Democratic
Stato Committoo nnd roprescntnllvo Demo
crats of the Gray nnd Cleveland Interosts. It Is
believed that ox-Clinlrnrin Jo wot b Senator
Voorhecs. nnd Hugh Doughoily nro nil nt
heart Hill mon, or nt loast antl-Cloveland.
Thoy ronrcsont Gi ay's Intoresls In tho ptoscnt
eloi'Viis ix sx i n.i.s Cisco.
Dr. Almeron T. Ilnlrnmlm end Mr. Wylle,
I. nte ill' .Jersey I'll).
fits FnAxrwo. April 15. Dr. Almeron J.
Holcombe of Jersey City, who.it Is snld. do
Bertcd his wifo six woeks ngo to run away
with Mrs. F. A. Wvlle. thowlfnof tho superin
tendent of tho Greenwood Lnko lee Company
of New Jersey, arrived hero yesterday on the
City of New York from Panama. Ho was ao
comnnnlcd by Mrs. Wyllo nnd liorton-year-old
son. Onthevo'sel they wero known by an
othor nnmo. nnd woro designated ns tourists
from Now York. Tlio Doctor denied his Iden
tity, hut bn answered tho description oxcept
that his luxuriant whist ers. which were hi"
pride, were trimmed dnwn to large-uixed
English mutton-chop whisker".
As soon ns thn steamer whs docked ho nnd
Mrs. Wyllo and thn child landed. They had
no bngg.ieo but n hand satchel, and. calling
the nearest cab. they wero driven to n hotel.
Thoy wero followed by Lawyer Carroll
Cook, who was counsol for Defaulter Hyer,
and who socuib to lie acting for Mr. Hoi
combo. Cook, it is said, will forcn tlio Doctor
todlsgorgo to his wife some of tho money
which he carried away.
Dr. Hnlpombo to-day agreed to Lnwvnr Car
roll Cook's terms, which wero that Holcnnbo
should transfer to his wife real ostntoln Jer
sey City nnd Mlnnesotn. and she on her part
ngreed not to prosecute him. Mrs. Holcombo
Is here, but she had no porsonal intorvlew
with her husband.
Slin said to-nicht sho had got what pho
wanted. Klin will not sue for divorce. Sho Is
nccompnnled by her son-in-law. Mr. Moo.lv.
The Doctor nnd his party travelled on the ship
under tho names of Georgo II. Williams, wile,
Police Raid Mr. Grtntahaw House at 4S
Capt Ryan and Dotcctlves Coonpy nnd Sulli
van of tho Mercer street stntlon nnd a platoon
ot policomen In plain clothes raided last night
the Iioubo on the southeast corner ot Clinton
place and University plnco known as "Forty
two. Now York." It is 42 Clinton place
Mrs. George Grlmshaw. who keeps tho place,
hor husband, and fourteen mon nnd twelve
women who wero found thero woro arrested.
The New York College for the Training of
Teachers adjoins the building on University
Tho lease of 42 is held by Tntrlck B. Tgnn.
who hires It from Rubind & Whiting.
Tomplo Court reul estatci agent". Ho
sublets it to Sarah E. vforri-. hhn lets
It to Mrs. Grlmshaw, or Monroe, and she
lets tho forty rooms in the bnuso to women
who parade Clinton place. William H. Wood
cock, who tours n drug "toro on tlin llrst Hoor
and lives behind it with his family, wns tho
complainant against tho house. Grlmshuw
struck him in the fuco thn othor day.
WAXTS VXCZE b.t.V IOIt A PAliTXEIt.
Chicago Doesn't Like the Notlou of m Mere
Loan of rite Million.
CmcAOo. April 15. Tho proposition for a
Government loan to the Columbian Exposi
tion, mndo by President Baker and Directors
Winston nnOdoll to tho Durborrow World's
Fair Committee of tho House, is not necepta
nblo to the local directory. Prosidont Baker
and tho others who went to Washington were
sent In the interest of the I ill asking tlie Gov
ernment to make an appropriation nnd be
come a partner in tlio World's 1 air ontorprlse.
Thopopolt!on thoy now make to Congress
to lend 5,(HHi,()0U to tho Exposition nnd tako
a mortgage on tlio gnto receipts is notnutlior
lyed by tho directory. In fact It absolutely
violates a resolution pusaed some months ago
in which the directory decided not to ask for a
loan fmm Congies".
lcc-Fresilcnt Higlnhothnm and Director
I.yinnn J. Gage, nfter consulting many or thn
riiiectors. oxpiess tlie opinion tint tho local
Board will accent nothing from Congi ess but
an appropriation that villi mnko the Govern
ment a purtnor in the Columbian enterprise
JIB WAS bTEEItEIi TO NEW TOI1K,
And He Paid SZ40 for a Ilox of Block In
trad OF Money.
Wilmington. Del.. April 15. One day last
woek a strangor reglstored at a hotel in this
city as John W. Millln. Trenton, N. J. He
acted mysteriously, and hon ho telegraphed
to James Brown. 1103 East Thirty-ninth streob
Now York city, tho operator warned him
that Brown might bo "crooked." Tho
message howover. was sent and the sani
night McMillln left the citv. Yestorday the
proprietor ot the hotel recolvod a
long lottor from McMillln, written from
Hulllvnn, Sullivan county. Indiana. In
the letter ho says ho was taken
to New York by a pilot." whoro 4,0t)O In
frood "United (states money" was offered to
dm for 540(). Ho drove a bat gain In "the
Lyons den." as ho calls It. for j''40. nnd tn re
turn received a box full of little blocks.
Only a month ago a South Carolina mnn
cainotothls city, was steered. to New York,
nnd gave $400 for u brick, hlnco that time
half a dozen or moro mon hnvn come here
from tho South nnd Wet nnd wero met by
"groon goods" mon, who took them to Now
TIIE KIXO'S BECHETAItr IS DEAD,
And the King Object lo Mendlnc III IlodF
Home on Account oFthu I'xpenee.
Ban Fr.ANcisro. April 15. Pilot Jack, secro
tnry and Interpreter to King Iihmorn of Butn
rltail. died this morning of enncor of tho
liver. Jack, llko tho King and oilier Gilbert
Islandeis, suffered severely from tho cold
weather last month, and an attack ot thn grip
mndo him nn easy prey to Ills mill idy. He wns
n devout Christian, and hi" last wolds woro:
"What matter if I nm far nw.iyfrom homo?
The good God knows where to llnd me,"
The King wept over Jack, but Ills sorrow
was bilof, i.nd when It wns pioposed to send
tho bndv back to the Islands the thrifty mon
arch objected totho expense, and said: "Let
him bn burled here."
Tliu Kit g will sail for homo on Monday. Ho
has hail n toyal time nnd has got uvorithlng
lioii"ked for, except un American protectorate
over his Islundb.
bUXDAV WILL III! AMI.
Order Also In Wntch the Gambler and
the Illborderlr Iluuee.
At tho meeting of tho Superintendent, In
spectors, nud Captains of police Inst 'J hiirsday
morning verbal ordora wero given to tlio Cap
tains by Suporlntondont Byrnes Instructing
them to son Hint all gambling houses in their
preclnctH are closed, to shut up ull houses of
ill fame, tu hi rest all loiterers in tho strouts,
and, in short, to enforce tlm law. A Hpnciut
order was given that nil saloons bo closed to
morrow In let tho people of New lor!; oeo how
a really dry Sunday goes,
ft'othlng wns said eoncornlng the pool rooms,
dch Hro protected by law, except that things
should not bo mudo unpk-asunt for thum.
Mldula-ht fire la Brooklyn.
At about 12 o'clock last night llro was dis
covered on tho top lloor of the llvo-story brlok
building at the junction of State street and
Ilathush nvenue. Brooklyn, occupied by tho
Brooklyn Door. Hlind mid Hash Cumnany.
The tiro rapidly evtendod to the fourth and
third lloo;s. und thieo uhirms wero sent out.
The company Is known In this city as tho But
fa'o Door, Blind nnd bash Company, Charles
S. Kindall Is tliu manager. Tho loss will prob
ably bo o0.00a
Earthquake lu Ohio,
Ckmna. O., April 15. An entthquako shook
wns felt horo this morning at 5:25 o'clock.
Building were shaken, und in some cases
window glusa wub broken, but no further
damage was done.
New York Central ComiaUr Ar Happy
Id the enjoyment of aphmdld rapid Irasatt arvlee and
m-rau coumBUiloa ttt ladlTlaaaU tad (Mnulta.
qVaV. ein "r"S
PUT TIIE POSSE TO FLIGHT. jJ jllll
mi.L Mviirnr stakes off nis anArw vj JVM
AXIl TIIEX KILLS A SHERIFF. S jJJ ', I
He llnd Murdered III Brother and TfcrM t ($! W
Other Pernn-lle I .Now In IIUII la 5! ffl.Mil
North Carolina Troop Ankrd For. fjj l'u I
Mimrnr. N. P.. April 15 -Bill Murphr. th I 1 ft jtt
halt-breed desperado who murdered hit m $ it I
brother nnd three olhor persons, hns killed 2 J SI
deputy sheriff nnd Is now bhllngln tlioNanta- 3 i! ijSM
hnla mountains, wl.oto ho dellcsarrost. B I 1 ITO'I
After killing his brother ho sent tho Sheriff jj ,1 j '1
of Monroo county word that bn didn't want to f I Jwl
hint him. but that the Sheriff must not try to R ,li Itwl
nriothlm. Tho Sheriff did not tryuntllawar- ijf i&M
rant was sworn out. Hethensiimmonedaposs f ! !&&
or flfteon mon, nnd with Charley Hay, his dep- "ji llB
uty, went loJelllco. It was nftcr dark as thoy f JtHI
npproached Tobn Miller's house, whoro Mur- Ij 'CuTa!
phy nnd his brothers. Arch nnd Jim. worsw 1 Ji fiR-aal
They henrd tho crowd approncblngnndgotout i ? V , ''
ofthohouso through thn chimney corner. l V 'E ilr.B
Sheriff McKonn ordered thorn to surrender ) St 4tt(B
nnd thoy opened flrn on thn posse with Win U B, J ?(?!
ehesters. A list Hro from both sides was 'i f ! l Mm
kopt up for n tow nilnulo'. and Ray. tho sqjfB
ileputv. fell with a bullet. In his brain. JfU ' ffiiM
Then thn Sherlfraposso. except Dan Murphy. -fr T" t?Jj M
the nncln of Bill. inn. The Sheriff 1 TT15y
was shot in thn shoulder, but fortunately the ft.' ailiTai
ballhadstruckthobreechnfhlscunflrstwhioh 6' . 'liiai
s.ivod his life. Thn Murphy made it dash for V Ifi liBsIB
thnhnu-e again, which Is built of logs, with f, 'a! V'lli'ai
only ono door, nnd began firing through the ii n ' l.Jial
criick". The whole posso then Hod, leaving ft IV 111
tho bodv or Ray. U i IB'tilafl
A messetignr was sent to Sweetwater for W 8. SiiS'B
mndlcnl nid for tho Sheriff and to telegraph X'i U5(l
the Gov ci nor of Tenness -n for (roops. If! 4UU'ai
Jfurphy had staked oil his gravo by tho Btda fi I ?.
nl ids dead biothers. Last nlglit foarlng that 8' ,V.' C
the authorities would prove too much fur him. f t S.W'W
he crossed into North Carolina lntoNantnhnln, gi ( FiltB
whoro it will bo ulmost impossible to folio V; ' TSMim
him. 1 A ,??
lilt. PKXItOSE AMOXO TIIE CA1TLEXEX fitj itlj
III Capture Surprise HI Friend In Phlla. Tj USH.VH
delphln Mean to Conrr, a ( Vls'ai
Docoias, April life The fugitive surgoon of i 'j iM'M
tho cattlemen. Dr. Charles Bingham Penrose. iM r vliP-B
who' was captured yestorday. Is now In jail. b WMm
His offects included a flno rovolvor. surgical ' I .S'ft'ai
instruments, and Burglcul and medical ' ( nW.B
supplies. J1' J ! 41
He says thoro woro fifty-two persons In tha &i I fflftCm
party niter they lelt Casper, but Bovoral de- t I i vvlS'al
sorted when they learned thnt tho purpose of ' & J Stewkal
tho expedition was solely to kill. The chief S 1 vj?!a
oflleor in command was Major Frank Wolcott J ffiifl'B
The Doctor ai sho will confess all to the au- j i MMpM
thorltles of Johnson county and throw himself ji' J iBnnl
ontliouur yot the court Kl 4 Sstilai
Piii.D:.i.ritu. April 15. -Dr. Charles B. Pon- !J ? (M
rose went to A votnlng a year ago for tho ben- JI! 'I. jftSfal
nllt or his honllli, and was induced to join the Hi i tirlval
cattlemen in their crusadn against tha B) ,J ifI
rustlers in tlie rapacity of surgeon. Hn Is a m IS. ft life
member of n gooil family In this city, his Bj It tpiR'al
father being Dr. Richard A. B. Pcniosn, awoll- it SraW'.al
known physician, and his brother State Sona- ! 'i IW'ai
tor Boles Penrose Tho new'H of his arrest ail s WSk'M
greatly siirprls-d his fiiends here. rij j ftaC'l
CiiKvr.NNr. April 15. Reports from the seen IS I J Il'fl
ortliecattlo war Indicati'tliat thntroublo has .Hi C VI
by no monns been ended by tho arrival of jnj ft TJt
I nited Mute" troops. Tho feeling stirred up if KaPiB
bythn killing of Champion and Bay Is ex- Kli, tjSL
tremely ditter. nnd as soon as tlie soldiers are fell t Svail
taken away hostilities will probably be re- vW$v iJ'aSai
sumed. vif I SelM
'J'ho prisoners charged with killing Bay Nryk Wrfam
nnd Champion nro to bo taken to Douglas fSflf IMH
to nwait tho action of the Grand Jury, and Bf rjat'ni
tlioro is n probability of nn attnmpt to lynch ijtitfe SSial
them and of u general fight Inconsequence. i'C'p iM
STRIKl.S TO HEOIX AOAIX. '' ,lT Klaaal
The Board of Walking Ilelesnte Deetd t'' j ' F-''W
Aaslat the Cabinetmaker. ii) I fT5jl
The Beard of Walking Delegates is again ' ' ImM
preparing to begin n series of strikes through- I.' fJ
out tho city to help the striking cabinet- M J l'l
makors. Most of tho cabinetmakers, who 1 f nim
went on striko for the eight-hour workday -'Jt """'
nnd $3.50 a day. aro out yet. and appoaled to )f ' if ')l'l
the Board of Walking Dolegatos for help. i j j Mm
Tho Board yesterday appointed a special , 3
committee, consisting of Delegates Kohlor. j(j 1 "Mm
Carrol', Helnilch, Hermann, Murphy, and i'M JT 'M
Mann to take charco or tho cnbtnotmakors' Si,? V 3
Ftrlke. and order strikes to nslst them when SlWJ YhM
necessary. Most of tlin varnlsliors, who wont St " I oSvl
nn strike for tlin eight-hour day and $3 a day. "It xM
have gained their demands. ill f Kwli
As u laige number or stvllsh flat Iiousob ara J I a 18?-'
being erected throughout thn city where a. HJWi lj J '
good deal of eiblnet work I" being done In tlin Jit mi,
way of stationary sideboards, mirrors, and iilt WJil
carved mantels tho delegatus will bo able to 3 5?r
makefile slrlko very effeeto by oalllng out S 'j S
nil the trades there. This may bring out W IJ?!
2.000 men or moro within tho next day or two. S "j Kj'
HUE OltEAT SOUTHEUX FLOOD. I' i '
A, , s'fi
A Family of Fourteen Browned Whlla ii j! pi'
C'rneelaa-the Tomblzbee Blver. it'',' S!j
BininNonvM. Ala., April 15. Tho ratlro&d 8 'H-
situation as rogards tho floods Is unchanged. fi j vjr,
Tomblgbeo Itivor is still overflowing the Ala- '&i
bnma and Great Southern Itnilroad tracks and Ml
thn trains are run on tlio East Tonnessce Boil- k I tv'
road. f , 16''
Tlio stories of damage done by the floods In f I Ijfj'
Greeno and Sumter and Marengo counties H .1 Yff,
nro still coming In. Near Gniiiesvllln John ji I &V;
Lnngstone. an old farmer, and his wlfo and i? ' V!J
twelve children, vvliiln attompt ing to cross tha ( 7L'
Tombigbeu In a bkllT, wore drowned by the i' air
capsizing of tho boat. Around Demopolls "s 6".'
great damagn has been done, and tho cotton . I tHi
crop In tho Vallevof tlm Tomblgbeo has been ill S.fi.
cut off fully one. half. The iior is slowly fall- .K ffi'
Ing. Noar Epos 400 head of cattle wera l Mi
drowned. pr I tOJ
Br. Parkbur!' Agent lVIH Testify. S,' jljf
Tho second dispossess proceeding growlnr; t'j 1 UVj
out of tho Hov. Dr. Charles H. Pnrkhurst's in- ? I ij Ml
vestlgat lug tour will begin boforeCivIl JustJoa i! H
Jerolnman nt tho Elglith District Court, at lilL-, "
200 West Twenty-second street, noxt Monday, jIAc " v
Thocomrlninant Is W JI. Leonard who own ;S !E
the promises 114 West Thirtv-llrst street, j i3
which are leased (ro'n him by llnfiiol Israel. Wi'r
thotliifuiidnnt. Liwier Alio Hummel will ap- W (a
pear for Mr. Israel, and Special Agent Gurdner j , ?hi
und Mr. Erving will tostlly in buhulf ot tha (j J, Pifl
plaintiff. rj-J't tf4)jtl
The Weather. J Sill
Tn ttorra moiln from tlie v-rtt had Its centra db 1; t rJnl
reclly mcr thli clt early rtterdny inornlnr. Iltary ) I'fTB
raiiiBiid mow fell In all llm iiiUdle Atlantlo States. ( ,t M
Tlxy diiarcl nuaj tiifore afternoen. Tlie wlnda wer I S. j Mil
lilli north ust en tho .ew 1 nKland coat anil north crvlv C(
rtt noitll of tllimlty. 'Itlll If!
Tho bath I renro s 1th clear, cold weather following Wl if
lliottorin hail Un centre oer the Houthwettern Btatf ll I llli
and ranted a drop of ir, and iti In lempersture In all f. 't j!
the calf and miuth Atlantic Htatei. Inlhiitreirionandfa M J
the lake butit tho ttuiperature roached the freetlng- ij rij
point K f
The ii father should become rradually warmer with ij i t1,
feiriMAther to-day and on Sunday In all tbemtddle i ' I
Atlantic M.itrn. Mil L
The mon. fall In this city meaiure 1 three Inches, and 'Sill I
was the hevi leti onretonlfnr to I ite In tliatteton. The i'fLLbI T
rilnfatlniiMiiued eeven tenths if an Inch, humidity ' HGm tm
averaged Hi per cent j win I oortlin-en, areraie re- -m rl III
lucliy l. null t nn hour, hlitie.i iftl-lal temperature ' jjj U
4s, losett.IL". H IS LJ
The thermnmeler at I'erri'i pharmacy In Tsa 8c 3 1
lii.lMiiiiiraiordeiilheteii!prr.ituro)eterdayasrollow(i if I
jh.H.ihii; I jmui. isoa. Ill
A. M tu ar, 1.110PM 77 60 ,J , J
ha. it, io aai in-vt t,-i' m 1 . m
tut,. ' ' i-. i nt' it w t )' I Am
rt . , . -j to'! i:iia an as j , 1
Alerniie, 1H H 1, laaaaal
ATeratte on April 16. 1SUI tf N ,
wetiiiMirov roaicitr roa itTcaDtr. 9 V H
Tor New J'niltn I, fair till Sunday nlgbti atlfbtly .fl i aaaaaaal
cooler, eirept stattoiiary teuiperaturt on the eoeell 1-1.3 aaaaaaal
wlaJt. ,4 ' V ijjjl
ler ultin At ir J'fr. air Ull Sunday night attgh&y i 9
ctWtr no'lnu'-IVrr1) irfnij. tearmtr Sunday, fl $)
Tor New Jersey, fair till Sunday nlebt warmer ' 81, aanaaai
Saturday nlcht and buoJtjr; northwesterly winds, be- ' n c nH
coDilnirvariatile, jl' ' A VI
Knr wettern I'ei mjlrinta and western New York, i'E fl9
Kenerally fair; wanner haturday nl(ht norlbwstUrly I J tKI
v Indt, lieroiulnff variable, 1 Ii 4VrH
Fer Mlliiietotu. fftiierally fair; soulheaiterlr winds. ii A JBilQ
lor nrili mlili am s ulli IMkoia. Eein-rt.lly fair, j i I iaVjl
with r'"'lhle I ell tiuocrt au encliil) touler, cast- (' A-ftfl
erly u mat j J KH
liny Train, Hrooklyn tn lloeton. 1 i jFmR
The nlcbt trttuVrom HrooVljn and h. I. City will be , Aiaaaal
withdrawn after April 17. on and slier thalBlh lalaaaaal
vsstibaled train, with buDet. draw tua-roomooaob, aoi , t eJenjBB-!
club car, wllllMT Utool-lju at V.05A. M. daU. najil tfJjM
aHlsWJjrg'aJfc'lJtT. "" " . """ v 1 JJ