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1 VOL. L1X.-NO. 244. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1802. ' WICK FIVE CENTS.
I IATEST NEWS FROM EUROPE. ' fAJlLIAMEST ritOBABLY WILL BE DIS SOLVED IS TITO MONTHS, Gladstone Toted Against the TVomaa. Bnf froge BUI and Lady Florence Dixie IVrKtl Hln a Caustic Letter London Expect No Mwjr Day Trouble Anee. fral Ileaics of Need- Noblemen In the Market-Weddings In Utah Lire-Ererr heat Sold for the Nest Wagner Festival at Hajrrenth The Striking Coal Mlnera BoCerlnK Every III of Poverty Mr. Lnag try oa the Htage ta a New French Play. fe yrtfU, IBM, by T Stm 1W Ming and TUrUtiv " anriflllen. Lo.vnoN. April 30. 8oTor.il mombers of (ho Got eminent who havo boon on the stump thin week havo mado statements v.'liloli. it taken literally, would warrant tlio bollof tlmt tho genornl election will not tako plnco until next year, but tho announcements as to the cour.io of public business inatlo by id. linlfour In tlio House of Commons show pretty conclusively ithat Parliament will bo dissolved v.llhln a couplo of months. It I Known th.it at tlio Inst Cabinet council rt general agreement to dU solvo this year was arrlvod at. and tho neUinl dote will probably bo decided upon at tlio next meeting of tho Ministers. Mcanwhilo Mr. Balfour la prostlns forward Willi an much sk 111 ns ho possesses nil noces ttry business and comparatively noti-couton-tlnus bills. To judge fromht-i methods of pro cedure ho lias decldod to drop tho Irish Fducu tloa bill as well as tho Irish Local Hot orn raontblll, together with half ndoren mmoor less Important measures tuentlonnd in tho Uueon's spoach nt tho opening of tho session. Mr. Balfour will not )ot admit tliuttho Oo em inent has abandoned tho hop.) of conforrlnc locnl coornmont on IrolnnJ. Indeed, he has gitcn notice to move tho becond reading tho middle of May. not howeor. in tho bellot tint tho bill can bo passed Into law. but with tho intontlou o! provoking Liberal obstruction, and appealing to the country thereupon. Attempts i mo mado almost dully to raise confusing tldo Issues, but Ilia forogolng procnimme. which Tut. Sun sut forth months nco. remains prac tically unaltored. Contrary to gonorol expectation, Mr. Glud itono camo to' town on Wodnosday In tlmo to vote against tho Woman SufTrago bill, and tlierub) to add further fuo! to tho burning wrath of the advanced fomalos. Lady Floronco ft Uixla was unablo. owlnc to alleged 111 health. T to attend the mooting In St James's Hull on I 'Xuesdar evening, and In her absence tho 1 tliair wus taken by an obscuro malo porson. Ifk The mooting. Instead of being, as tho bills au- nouncod. "a Croat demonstration In favor of woman suffrage." dot eloped Into a riotous 1 Alsrluy of hopeless differences of opinion 1 among tho woman suffragists themeolves and thLir masculine friends, und Incidentally em phasised one of Mr. Gladstone's principal ar guments against conferring Parliamentary franchise upon women. Tho promoters of tho meeting wanted to accept Sir Albert Itollttt's bill conferring the franchise on tho minority of qualified women on tho principle that half a loaf Js better than no bread, whtlo tho advo cates ot the absolute equality of the sexes declared that they would have even thing 'or j nothing. The latter, numerically tho weaker. 1 proved to be physically the stronger section, end its male members demonstrated their vigor by smashing reportors' hats and tables and storming the platform. Several strong minded females went into hysterics and a considerable number of bonnets wore spoiled. but'.o"-erlous injury to limb resulted, and it isjust to say that no fair faces were scratched orotherwlse damaged. Lady Florence Dixie comes of an old Irish fighting family and had she been In the chair the proceedings' might not have ended so tamely. She has had perforce to caso her feelings by writing a letter to Mr. Gladstone tho tone of which may bo understood by tho following ladylike and elegant extract: " Unwilling to lose tho niald-of-all-work-like services of the Women's Liberal Association at tho approaching elections, you huvo sought to still by your pamphlet the demand made by tlio nobler spirits ot that band of women that woman's enfranchisement shall bo a plank In tho Liberal platform. Willing to accopt women to do tho dirty work of politics, you dread to Invito thorn to trespass on the delicacy, purity, loflnomunr. Ac. by giving tiiem the tote. Ah. sir. can you wonder thit many a reader of jour pamphlet, friend and foe ullke, impelled oqunlly to n conviction of such Inconsistency, hato exclaimed as they read your words. In tones of umusoment and derision. 'What a Grand Old Humbug.'" Mrs. Gladstone Is known to bu an opponent of woman suffrage, It would bo intciostlng to obtain her opinion of Ludy Florence Ditto tni other prominent members of "Tl.o Shrlek- Jbc Sisterhood." ThotiramS ld M:i Is In no IK waydl'turbeJ by hoi ladyship's tltupor.itio'i. I J lluipgsild l:!3f.iyand recorded hi iota ho W -tsmlssed the subject from Ills mind with tlio facility -which ionof Ms 1 h.-.rKctcristloR. On Tfciwsday ho delivered a weighty speech in tho Cc"iiiior hi &uppoi t of tho Go ei oment bill coiforricg unoi tlio secular nrm croat ' rowcrn for doillnc with peccant parsons of tho stahllshod or Ktato Church. Ycstudiy l.o lectured Mr. Balfour upon the duties of load.r oCtho Houso. and to-di y hob considering tlio Mboral rrorpects In I.'oith Hackney, wlioro thi Tory ioat has boon rondciod vac ipt by tho death olblr Loris Polly. IIo attache) grc.U lmporlai.ee to tlila election because It will be tho first that haioceuncd In London since tho , Liberals gained their rom.'.iki.ljlo '.leloiy In tho mun'.i'lpnl contests earl in March. Tl.o sunoi (lcl.il ob-,on or vo-ild ocusabl Infer m from the ilc-uial Usui, s that tho I lbeiul M bivo un projpeot of rucces. In ItvSj I the Tories had n inaiorlly of !(,(. W and in 1U41 hlr I.ni.ls IVlly .oilo.l ' ' l.riOOotesmoro th-.n his Liberal oppono.it: PB but sinew then the electorate hits increisd m bom 8.000 to n.ooo. und it h bollovcil tlmt ' ' tho moiorlty of tlio 3.otxi now voters nm 1,1b- eral worLinsmon. Tho conto t. thcrofnro is by no means a hopolssj oim n At,. CilaatuiiVn opinion. I Dlgoted Tories and Unionists of ,Tnonli Chamborlain's stamp who have btakod much upon Mr. Gladstone's advapetdncn. icud with 'I grief and Indlcnntion In tho pases of tho Ton I Exenlnj lrl this striMnz and ennerous dn. I scrtptfonof the Grand Old Man ns ho bol.od I and spoke In tho debate on tha Clergy DIs. j Ij cipllne bill on Thursday otonlng: jJi "Tho right honorable gentleman was In ex- Jjl eollont voice. It Is trite to bay so. but for mm TOttra ho llM not 'okon w'"' so raucl' res. V onance, with so muoh of that rich, fruity tono, ' l) Peculiarly his own. as he did Inst nislu. Tho sense of hearing was delightful. Hi- ;i s. tlculations, too. weto lomnrJiitbly diviuiie. If omrliaaUod Ids polnti bysvr.'ep of in arm, bynriklng the papcrc in his iks.iatiii hox. It s.v.tyiurrof tlio bndi in a manner th it would h.tvo beenalessou touiakt inisterin iho urt of gesture Ho Ihed nwln in l.ls youth. His back was as straight ns that of i.u oflloor of tho (iitardsi his flituro us lltho as tlmt of a (irook atbloto. and. as his Intellect heated with Ihouglit. hU faco glowoil with radlatlrg prosslon. and hh vuico grow In Ivoluiuo, ripeness, and charm of tono. The Houso miod up, and In. held all Intellects as by ukpoll. .lllitiitysmurvi'loii3. UwoablwhatUtliobocretii! his wondor ful voice the answor Is obvious. It is In tho possession of an exceptional organism. His ciiast Is of extraordinary depth. ocn now. Though Hhea ho Is walking nsrosstho floor of the Houso ho seoms bowed andshrunkon with ago. whon ho is speaking his chest -expands nnd his shoulder, nre 6quarod-n actual physical transformation tak.es place beforo one's ores. Another obvious explana tion of the quality of his volco Is the rapidity and vldncss with which Ills Idess troop Into his mind clad In Instruct o language. With a mind llciueflod with Ideas and a physlquo which has doflcd ago. It Is no wonder, alter all, that his oIce should bo so finely ofTecthe. Last night's rpeech was indeed a triumph, and nono choercd more heartily than tlie po litical opponents with whom, for onco. he was in cordial agreement" At an auction sals of china on Thursday tnurtcou of tho lots woro catalogued as "lormorlytho property of tho Itlght Honor nblo W. 11 Gladstone, and disposed nf by him nluralopf his collection poxerat yenrs ago." Tho auctioneer expected this announcement would attract a big crowd ot cnthuslastlo Glndbtoutana. and that large prlcos would bo roallr.od, but ho wus disappointed in cacti ro- cct, foroulydoalorsattondod. Thochagrlnod auctlouoor romurkod. somewhat flippantly, thatMr. Gladstone was a hotter polltlelun than ajudgoot china, and tho dcalets, whowcre moLtly of the Hobrow persuasion, jollly nuiood with him. Tlio bost prluo roalizod for .1 Gladstone lot was fourtoon nnd a half guineas, paid .'or a pair of old Chelsea croups ot shepherd and slicphordoss, with dog and lamb, acntod undor flowering trees, with no?. floi for caudles twolve and a quarter Inches high- Seven guluons woro paid tor four suCIu Dresden busts omblematlo ot tho scusgI.'. nnd a similar prluo was glvon for a Ilguro ot Mars on an open pink and whlto scroll, bat 011b nino shillings could bo ottalnod for"r. F1nnkonth.1l cup mid taucer p.ilnted with Wattonu figures nnd n I'ails eggshell cup and aaui-vr. with lotus llowcr pattern i-up on a rnlsoil branch stand." Somebody ct the sale euggosted that it Mr. Gladstone would ooll his books or bin correspondence thoro would bo no nine-shilling lots. The Illness ot Goschon is more sevoro than has been supposod. Ills nbsonco stops all llnanclal discussion, nnd it his Indisposition contlnuos, the Govomment will And them bohes in something like n dilemma, for tho House Is oppubod to giving grants on account ot lotos without a show of discussion. Moro oer. Goschen Is not likely to hnothincs en tirely his own way whon the budgot resolu tions nro discussed. By a process of arith metic, which may not havo been provided for In Goschen's curriculum. Sir William Hnr court seeks to show that the Chancellor of tho i.ehoqucr hod no surplus nt all. Last year ho sa s that tho Chancellor borrow od o or a mil lion for tho needs of the army and nuvy, and that this sweeps away tho surplus entirely. If Harcotirt is right, then Goschen has been do ing some financial juggling. Tho Duke of Devonshire will go down to Windsor noxtwoek to dollvor up the insignia of his fathor's knighthood of tho Garter, and It Is understood that the Queen, acting upon Lord Salisbury's udvlce. will conferthesnmo baubloupon the present Duke. There Is an other garter vacant, and this Is regarded as a sure thlqg for tho Duke of Fife. The May day demonstration In this city to morrow will bo mainly a genuine labor dis play, and although tho entire foreo ot the metropolitan police, some 14.000 In number, will bo hold In readiness, no disturbances are likely to take plnco. The Socialists will have two out ot tho sixteen platforms to be erected In Hyde Park, so that thoywlll beablototalk to their hearts' content, thereby keoplng them selves out of mischief. Tho Anarchists will not be present as an organized body. The ancestral halls and, broad acres of sev eral needy mQmbersftthe Britisharistocracy are just now'in the market. The Earl of Hard wlcke wants an offerjor his Wtmpole Hall Es tate. Tho Marquis of Exeter has been trying to sell famous Burghley House for soma time, and the Earl of Westmoreland wishes to dis pose of Apothorpo Hall nnd thirteen' square miles of land around It The Earl has just nnc ecoded to the title and estatos, and finds that the rents scarcolypay expenses and encum brances in shape ot mortgagos and dowagers doles. His Highness, the ruler of Barodo. onn of the most onltghtened of tho Hindoo princes, will arrive heroin the middle ot Juno on u bomewhat lengthy visit, and the British court and aristocracy will mnWo much of him. Ho Is enormously rich, his jewels nlono being worth a fabulous sum; but, unllko most Indian princes, he is Dot '. ery fond ot display, and his personal taste iutid habits aroslmplo and de coqtiindSIr William Hunter, who will pilot tin' 1'rlnee In this country, declares that ho Is a re rf cot prodigy. " His home life." says Sir William, " is pure. Ho spends his money not on costly tilile but in thocontn:ctl')i of rnllwajs. tho btinply of g5od water to Ills capital, and lu numerous public i.oiks Ho is hospitable to utianKe;s, and iippriclat03 htrjlchtforwaidnets audcan doi among Ihoso by whom he Is surrounded." Nevertheless, tho court chamberlains 1 1.1! misters of ceremonies are pot ovor iku'oj i.l til,) iro3peet of h.ulnz even this Model po ind ito on their hands foi a month or lw.: for thoy hates, vhid recollection of the unirlnt which n'crly drnto them rund in the jnbllen v,ir. 3KS7. when they had to look after a num ber of Indian prime. Including tho cumins I'riiicj'R father. The com Hers wore assisted by Anglo-Indian ttatosmen and ofTieeib bup poii'd to ho fainilli'i' irith Hindoo and Mnh.un n.rdan otlqtu Ito. but thoy men iseil ti inako a 1 ics of tho business, and FQYor,il piliccs r (iirnod to India full of resentment at r.up 1 n.'ul sllslits and fancied Insulta. 1 lie coming pr.lcntilo may bo the bci-t ol inon. but he in not llknly abr.to one jot rt his iny.it dlcnltv wliilo in Lnsland. which In his henit ho proh iibl) despires ns a nw. Iiifeiioi hoithen eoun try, nnd ho Is buto to be ntlundol l'j a huge r ,lio Milto. eaeli mo", lie: 'if which till ie-qulii'to-y delle-ite Ii.iiiJIIms lest Ills sieptl. b!lile3 bo woundeil. 'ihobeioon at Ilombur,: Is ovpecled to I 0 unu.iu.tlly Ir'lliunt this summer. Tho Km piess Frederick Is already theic. und Iho 1'rlnee of Wales Is epceted Vrlneom Bis-m-.rcl: lini already taken apartmontb. and the Hombnri; poplo nro hopeful of i"eiiliisthi man of blond and iron ninons thorn, but for inniietniy reasons they would rather hat 0 one 1 iicllf'h dul.n thau tto I'rlnco BlemarcKs. and they r.ppsalso ono American mllllonuiro as oqual In spending power In a half do.'on dukes. The British nilstocrnta aro flocking into Hoinlmrg. but no Aciericass of ooto hato lot arrltcd there. Vii-count Chelsea, the oldest son of Karl Cadosan. 0110 or tho richest peers In Kng land, was married to-day to the Honorable Mil dred btuit, daughter of Lf.rd Allngton. hot eral dukes and a largo number of tiinrqulses. earl", ilseouiito. and barons linnoicd tho eliureh wllli their nresonce, and oon rnjnlty t..-s rrpruscnlt d In the burly form of tho Duke eorgi.iif Ciunbr'di;'. Ciininintider In t'hlcf of tlio nmy. TliKinrp'e Imto leeeltoil iiter-tDi) 1 mts milling which jui.olu predominates 11. 1 ten Kintifjlii.' niannoi, 'Jhe Trlui 11 and 1'rincens of Viiiles gatolho bride u fuur-i'lrclo 1 ntwlned din .11 1 nd hruich. Tills uflornnnii Hui'seoii lilward Hamilton Kailo uf the llej.'.l Nnt was married In Kiith arlno Lilian Ainniil, only ilaughlcr ofSli JM wl.i Ainold. Nn dukes, not oten unu aolltary lord, attended this wedding, bat tho rliurch at II YInkra YVulklnB I"t. Tltn.e uhn Ircil tit. estht of entearf hivt irlth tlit llmmn blme. Ai r.-: dh 'AU.'-i 'T-i. usl I.StW llrtij nl , h V , Wl'i ultim l llrixil.1) n r, pertln ttorltiK (urnlioro or innvlnir lu city or cannlry would Jo welt in inspect tit torehoQtntiU vnot Itutitn nrotliir. 2ji, 231, 2SU Wilt 47th ll, sear Utoniwiif, Utv ork. iit, 1 1 1 Kensington. In which. It was celebrated, was filled with frlonds, English, American, nnd somo Indian and Cbtncso, of Sir Edwin Arnold and the young couple, nnd thero was much kissing nnd handshaking boforo nnd after Ihecororaony. Tho eomraltteoof tho Wngnor Festival, to bo held In liayrouth next July, give notice tint etorysoat for the entire serlos of representa tions has been sold, which means that the roramltloo has nlroady rceeltod $140,000 In hard cash, of which $20,000 was sont from England and about 615.000 from Amm lea. A largo number of tickets aro In tho hands ot speculators, who paid twenty marks each for them nnd hope to resell at sixty or more. Honry Irving Is at work again altorashoit Indisposition, caused by a cold nnd loss of voice. Ho went to Hastings for a few dais for rest and quiet but tho big watorlng pluco was full of visitors, and Irving was almost mobbed every tlmo ho aopearod on the parade. ' The London Consorvatlto members of l'nr llauicntnro proparlng a petition to th 3 Gov ernmont asking that action may be taken to prevent tho Immigration of destitute nllns Their arguments aro strengthened to-day In tho Hoard of Trade announcement that lO.OOu rollsh Jews, all more or loss destituto, buttled In London nlono last yoar. Prlnc Fcrdlnnnd ot Bulgaria 13 at present under his mother's wing at Lugano, on Lnko Como, whenco ho will proceed to-morrow to Cannes to attend tho golden wedding of tho Duko ot Sixo "nirg-Gothn. Tho offorts to obtain a wife 10'r this much-won led youug man aro about to boionewod, itiss.ild, but It Is certain that ho will not I o nhlo to secure n bride from any lelgnlnc family until his position In Bulgaiia shall havo been "legnllzod." and the proud Bulgarians will not allow him to muko a see-ond-rnto match. As Fcrdlnand'n logallrntlon, according to tho A 11 C ot European politics, depends upon tho Czar. It Is to bo presumed Hint tho youug man will remain it bachelor until the Triple Alliance shall have brought tho Husslnn Emperor to a moro reasonable franio of mind by forco of aiguments or of arms. By that time Ferdinand may be past the marrying ago. The pinch of poverty Is ruining scores of illlngos In Durham county. The tradesfolk, who lived by supplying the minors, hate be como Insolvent, nnd thousands ot colliers' families aro living on charity. Still tho men holdout, or rather tho majority prevent tho minority from returning. Tho proposal now Is that tho 10,000 Durham men who are not Unlon'sts, but who struck out of sympathj with their fellows, should icturnto work, so that from thoir wages they may contributo plentifully toward the support of the strikers. This course, doubtless, will be agreed upon, but meantlmo tho Scotch coalmastors have given their men notloesot a reduction, and the Fodoratod Employers In other fields aro con sidering similar sters. The lockout In the cotton trade continues, tlio meeting of masters and men's delegates hating failed to effect a settlement Tho em ployers rejected the first proposals of tho men, to rofor tho whole dlsputo to arbitration, but since tho men have again approached tho masters. Int itlng thorn to a further conference on May 5. and as the points at Issue have been tery materially fined down, a compromise Is well within tho bounds of probability. In tho mean timo strong pressure Is being brought upon the spinners to close their mills at onco, and not to contlnuo working until evory exist ing skip of yarn has boen used up. Such a course, it is argued, would enhance prices ot materia, and render spinning unprofitable probably for twelve months. Several spin noio ot Egyptian cotton and manufacturers in the Ash ton district bavepcided to run only half time or stop altogether. ' "The Fringe ot Society." & tour-act comedy from the French, was produced at th Crite rion Theatre this evening. Tho play Is known in France under tho title ot "DemlMondo." although In tho transplanted version there is very little effort at proving the title. All the racy sayings and situations havo been care fully wooded out. leaving tery little material for Mrs. Lnngtry. who reappeared to-night after n j ear's absence. Sho played the role of an ndtenturess with consummate skill and much force, and wore most superb gowns and jewelry. JEtltEV DX AS 13UTDEST GVABD. Ml OU' VnplcHnnt Experience at an JCIeruted Hullrond Mlallon. Miss Ellta Proctor Otis, the amateur actress nnd former editor of tho Saturday Ilnieir, hur ried to catch a down-town train on the Third utcnue elevated rond, at the Eighteenth street station, on Fridny afternoon, and when the cuard snnpped tlio gate shut just as she was about to step on tho car platform, she fell back tanting nnd exclaimed: "Oh, myl Isn't it too lad?" The guard leaued over the rail until his face almost toucho I hers, sho mis, and us thotinlii moved out placed ono hand under his thin, waved Iho othei at hoi. and ciied do lisiveli' "Etc. act lift btfoio? Eter cot left In-fine?" MlbsOUs r.-y, hhe Isn sufferer from hoirt disiuM). .111 1, increniiii by hoi exertion imd thfjju nil'ii iniiiiiilfiieo. ".lie slu-;sered back to a heat on tlio --t.il inn lilrtfonn. ' The v lllo-lialieiiiii I; t( hopp"rslr.rled fo,-. ward .i", I Mini, line!: on the tn-iv h. ' said Mii.s Oil vnMoril . '1 heard him eel ilin. 'lie port that man just "1 o'clock, and tho number ot llin train In hind him is :.!!' 1 had --fr.rrid down tnvvii in Ret Mipnri'ireiKient Iitrni'i-'s iniliMMlptlnn totbo Actots' I und 1'iilr, but the bhnck k unnerved llie I t.as nmPrUm! to io tu'ii homo, and havo been sufloilnj from nn I'llnckof hiMit tri'iibli) otor iliine, caused bv the shock. I think 1 have a tight to sun tlio company fortlinMaht thnlrinKnlentPinplatiM ni'.sclviMi no. and t sli.,11 tike legi.l a-lvko in tlin iiu'Itei, IUUI.LY .JA3 :.: lt.1. fUVtSUT iTL.nr. Atcurrt orlUllln-.Ji roc Itrilyibr Qrfitstuc to Jul 1 In 11 Mill ic. When some of the workmen at Ulcoll's wmdyr.r.l. i Ir.htecntli street and Atomic 11, itmek in Juno liibt Jiimes Felly leluted ti join thnm. Chailcs Udllyii. d William, nlla, "I'ed" O'.N'eill, ippio.iehod Kelly In the s ir I mid nrderod him In quit work. When tin id. fused to do olielll) stnek him on tlm head with Inb, froetitrlns hlnnkull. He die I in Brllovuo Hosiltnl within furly-eiKht lioui. lli'llly nnd l)'Nei ili.(i. 1 rlr-nd ki 1 He .! in bldlns in lliln city for foui hi (ltn nionllis. Thin h went t.i I'tu;. Iniitl 011 11 citlle ftoimer. He wo. lad nioun 1 lliudufkh in Jiinidii and Llvcrpmi nnd ro tiirm d to Ibis eouiiti y n fen nionllis ir;n. Ilo v. r nt to Iroy. where ho vvorkod in a laundry, 1 nnd reently Imrnme biefc tu this rf., De. tcetle.Iiiiiiii Mc( ulieity rnton his truck and yepida innrnlnK trneul I1I111 tu -:;5 Wc-t Tvvi nty-llftli street iinifnrroi-ti'd libn. lldlly WMsln bed when McLnflurty went to the Iioiim'. Ho reslsti-il iloHiicinti'ly. tint .Mef'.ifTeily oterHivvciedlilniniidtiiiik him tnl'nllie Hi ad quirlerb. lie wus armed with a knife nnd a in.u. IIo has sorted ten years in Mnc bl' lot highway lobbery, lexterdiy nfteiiionn MeCnfferty slsn nr-;vt-.t SI1I nt ,r)7U rut rilloentll btreel. O.Sel I is'JHund Ilelllyis !!(). The latter C'lto hl'"j hlriws.m r.,l 1 n-t Twenty-ninth Htro't, lie lini Ihcji jn hiding in Hie hmn-o v.Iiimd Meiiiffi !) nrrc-ttiil lihu fln'-n be rctiirui'd In till! Mil I lltll 1 I li ,( rs VV'l 10 ll'lllll'llldl liy liiMn 1 Litter until Vil- 1 in 1111.:. 'J ho u u iucl.ii! upiit i'lilku Jlcailiiiiiiiler.. .Vli lnl(l.-y IV-1,,1 iiiiii'l'liric'll llr .to Kile', lltlTl'lnnr, Aiull ;j(i. (len. It. liov ilen An ilntjli is tiostid 1111 the lo.ird Inlhu M.ir bind Club an apology to S-"t ti.itot ('. Itldcely Goodwin fur hnxlug his en in beeausti the Hoard ( Ouvernois had loililddoii the use nf ohainiiasno nt llioir Iiuu-oi.miiiiIus mi 'iliun d ly night. 'I lie apolnzy In ample Mr. Good will fcujs, nnd thoro will bo on duel. " Nnttfhu," i:. .CW. ".Notch." in rlrnilo mult nn inir collar. or cnO ilenutci vr Uci turm, alio luerimity ur imlllr nl nulla. lu. W liave reoelveit Urn conilcnracBt or pt de (nle irrai, -. hlch 11 0 urn Mlllni at S3 ft lent, beioir our re ulsr Pile" Ior limlteil time. U. rrcuml' ilort. Dili av.eidtibit., aiidOttiav., nasr i:li l.-JJ. EXPLOSION IN A PALACE. inn novK of vnticis .v.issmo is- VADtD BY DYS.l.MflVns. Several Pcrvunt" li-Jurcd by the r.xtiloelnn tiny liny llatrna at I.nst-tJreut Prep nrnllon In All e nit Cltlc In Prevent I'Uonler Arrest ol Aniirclilkt. IIomr, April .10 Great ovcltsmont whs caused this rooming by the nnrouneemonl tlmt un nttompt had been made niter midnight to blow up tlio pnlaeo of I'rlnco Massimo, one of tho most nucleiit and noblest houses of Italy. Tho Massimo family were noble oven tu tho days before the K0.11.1n empire, nnd tlioy claim descent from the i eat republiein Fablus Mixlmus. Thoy are trong Catholics Hiidgoid friends of tho Jesuit s. '1 he outrage was doiiblless planned otcidriv, and It must b'-.ti) lesn Into last night when Iho petard vv is laid In the t estibule ol tho palace. '1 lo explosion occuned shortly beforo the Prince rctiirneii fiom n soclil visit, and thero Ih avow ntobabi y tlmt tho designers of the outrwje 1 iterdcd I at tho potard should In jute Hit 1 Inceors" " uiomber of his family. Tnthij.iiiiy't credit ilnled. iih the only In urytvna to tlu voJ u'.o and to some ser- 411&, vrho wore not faally.hurt by tho atones ndliliees otlror with lilsh the pctaid was adei! biinuot lliu i,vl'cr tills who laid tho 1 .otvroie waiting In tti nelghborhootl furlho usulL 'Iho pl,a-l Bin rds saw thorn and 1 ttt hi J t n" t crr'st 'h!! 'mt the vtuiild-bo nsnii -ucicdtin f-'aV "litheli escape. '1 here trut fern tlmo , KX panic among tho Hun vtcs. und tlio ir (,tl 01 v io Prince was nnlculr nwallo'b uuher iiohowasiiB tonltihed to sue nn-m rs cf Is household ninmugtu ma' Mn'1 f,V.'V helming him wlllicni" os. The I'll nee nedupalong tlm Vltli theofflceth. .' lib 1. rds. Tho old Cat lio lubllily aro nliic'n o hnto any thl unlniHh tlm Hon 1 ipalauthorl- tlc ,t .u.uiTiiu was carried to tho police, and they at ouce undertook an Investi gation, bnteril urrehts wcro made to day of persons supposed to hate been concerned In thooutrncc. nnd when tho facts ot the attorn pt on tho palace 1 pread throughout Homo the greatest anxiety was caused etori wheto. Tho garrison of Home has beci liucoly In creased In preparation for to-monow. and etory member of tho police force will bo kept on duty from midnight nnd throughout the day blsturbcrs of the pcaco will bo dealt with even mora sot erel thanlastyear. Liout Geti. Bata Beccarls will be In personal com mand of tho troops, and men will bo kept rca ly to hurry to any point where dangor may be throatonod. ... Beiilin, April 30. Tho Socialists hate re doubled their preparations for a demonstration in this city to-morrow, since tho miscarriage of justice In Itavachol'scaso. Thot have lieen secretly getting ready 11 special numLor of one of tluii newspapers for Issue on -Mayday. Tho fact coming to tho knowlodgo ot the author ities, tho police were ordored to suppress tho paper. A descent was made on tlio allien of publication last night, and tho tio In lorms lor the special edition were seized and taken Tlio proceedings of the Socialists aro being closel watched In all parts of tho city. an1 any unlawful action on their part will bo quickly suppressed. nsvt, April :hj. A large meotlng ot joung men interested in tho doctrines of the hodal Democracy was heid last evonlng. Most of those taking part were clerks who had been converted to socialism jut iu tlmo to muko their llrst demonstration forthocauso on tlio occasion of tlio present MaY dai. While a speaker was declaring that the Bourgeoisie must be abolished, iioucefulh orb) f.irce. the police raided the hall and broke up the meet ing, arresting several persons. Paius. AnrlLaa Tho police and military precautions for tlio preservation of order to morrow uro Boolaborate. and tomproli -n"lto thnt pulillo conttdenc retaining. II, in bar of people leaving town Ir less than it wui yobtcrda). and the panic Is subsiding. Tho au thorities assort that it Is Impossible with the preparations now mndu that there should bu any serious or continued disturbance. The announcement that the Prince and i'rlncessof Ytalcs will remain hole has reassured tho for eign population. Oon. Kitussler. Military Governor of Paris, has skilfully disposed nf his increased toices. Every point of danger will be entered by troops carefully concealed, and arrangements hate been mndo for their rapid concentration tu any quartor where their services might bo needid. Intact Paris will be iu a tatoof ln tislbloslcge tn-morrnvv. Thero will uu hesi tation nor trilling with disorder. Many Anarchists und other suspected linr sons were arrested last night ami this morn ing. Uliesi'iirdi is still going on tlio purpose Icing to deprive tho disorderly eleinint of their 1 ossli lo leaders ... Intestigatlun at Dlion shows that In the Town Hull explosion two dynnmlto bombs woroenipluyeil. There was nlsu nn Infernal machine uf which the fuse was still burning. Tho luttcr was extinguished. Had this ma chlno expliided. as was Intended, among the crowd which ran to the miuiio artei Iho first explosions, the loss of lifo would havo boon terrildc. Lommi.. April ."Id If Iho weather permits prcbat ly 11 hall million people will make tlieir win to 11 do Park and nulghtorhond to-nior-iow. but most of tliein will lie inero sight seers. Thoro is too llttlo enthusiasm . ippar ent In the luepnti.tiolis tut the worklncinen's demonstration. II tile piormiinie Is ear- I led nut nn laid d ivn. the nthilr will tit1 the biggest of the I Iml ever seen in Loudon. 'I tin 111 inngeniunt ! the preliminaries iccnis tohatn hici ixn'lh ri. mid 't Is lutiuly likolv t.i asm h hltelu s is o.-i lined lu 1' 1 will 111,11 , lii-rnnir w"s dhpliv. A code nf fun.ilh bus been !-. l-" 1 v.mlcliv the head and le.i-uf the 1 mi 1 squill Mi qiilcMy "iimmunli u'e v lth uiKianfit'ic, ..11 1 rt Ini iiii'iiei nidi rse.-ii lu ti.m-i'littisl with siurd Jinl pieei-lo'i. The pnllco .no eie itii ", ! aid t Utinr'i i-ii-ii s or the i'p"uiiMrrtii''i. 'Hid puiotj i". peels .i'iy tiiuibl s 11 P'uli r fnimnlity tlie ulillcrxifll.il I'llii-im v.il! ''" euiillne.l tu Iho Inrr.ti'l. und the iiulli'i tlm ontljIiiKdi I I lets will I inalkd Into ztqip'onlilit thtu c" trill force, . , , , , . . , , l'ossll.U'i few nrii'liitli m.iv let tiiiirl queii' nenrry then In iiihI tlm bou ids rceng. nl7 il bj the i- Hi ' ns 1 mper In 1 it i nf nrntoiy, a'ld the iie.-i nlt mil' t !i ari-n nl hti'tllug lliese llrebr.iu is " .t of the r-:i k. hut it is i.nt likely th it iinyllilH ! ' I'"" l hi il'iK than tliw will i.cc.i,'. Tin I. i.tf ! ' eslt, cli h'.it nun-, null .01 pwkci.s no 1 .pn-ted tu dellvet .id ill CS'jCV. uirr.i.i i !' I'i'Msinit. J A Urlnil'llnl N ulmUIi III I l:i'it(iir, , lllncc f I n hi Mi iiiphm I'fi li I riciirnj . ij id ' " "' tltlng his r irre j ns A. !'. Ati-i . "' K"i hi'-t'T. vv.il'.iii Into the -tiilhui limn 1I1 11 1 "i 1 1: and iiitioi.dcH'l . hl'Sisefl, siin ' e'ti '" bi'aultc! tulh, extent uf i 1,110 lift l.nliht'ir mid 1 illsbiit,:!! ' Hull". i, of f'n'li he vvns local f'ii:lit .iKHit, IIu siid h l"t-t the mono in pn . rnoinn ru He 'n It ibuil taces but Imd note, no 11 n r.ue nn1 I he 'Jslted tlioMemi Ills ti.nl, lit t 1.1 mi ' I' le it " llo-he-ter he liendi d fni Menu h . Huwiuln his wife, tell inheriif Id llirfM, i'"l what ho wrote and 1 why lie .'ell 1 ted i!nniihi '. w 1 t ruitte h- too ) ge. In ic '1' v L't he had done since bis ur- 1 t il ho could n ' I'" "em ' xcept Hint lie limn t IiIiiim'Ii !! I'" i.ueinuioeon j hursihii, The iinllce Hi" ant he was a (rank mill lu. keil him up 1 tndiiig an Investigation, 'llie unsvvirtniitelcji un u the Itndiester 1 o lee I'nnllri I t. man Mon'. nnd Iho police vveio .-lollllid t' h"d bin; till an olllcer rium ItuclicsKr li ill ar vf. Atery says In wis tin (I ul v.findeilns nnd was wlillnir tn iiliun -inl mi"'t hi puiiibluneiit, He was iieniiliiiii'-''hooieupiiicyuf.li.iiiliis hy the r.ilei.il ti.i h. He beliiiigtil to the I'usl IlllunU Ll'ht llifniniy.atid was Pnitn-t Mn i-luil nf the '!'' ' h is been 11 ralluciid 1 1 in fur t,t I'ul. ' 'rs' I rl '.III n't " (1 nl '' ' oul OUl t mm, PfTMV. ( Him April ,'.'.- IViilliiiinil W1 i! nnlvol hire ii "' '"' : ",'s itoniiur. He win met i-h'ity "ftl" hW aii,v.il ly his tr.itliei-ln-hivv. I.l. fireei, and n few niln iilcs lutt-t he via" biought fate fiico with lin (mi. 11 bright I ;;' 'l','"'B.ri Wrl' r''ul"l his son teiynll.'ellnnalelv. Tlu- at oiien mi. teieilimiiruiite.inil vveie diiten tu iJn.iiii. him, vvhei" lr. ( inen srcbldeiicn Is sitii.ttod. lUnrU'h rcleif-e limn hlnc tilnit prinon is de flcrlbod 1 Uowhcse In Tm,M-v.i At 'J'nl & UHtin I tel'i Home iihouM bnvo llennf, Cop.i.litcii I'licrry LorUh! At. Mr rt limluil train every ilsy yl New Vnrl r.nirsL Urn mint inaxnidctat icrtlc la lbs uurlil. Bt tuue tutilt this plr.- , i I KLOVUD tltO.1I SHAKOS Af'JtACA. The Ttauzhter or n WeD'haona Lawyer ntsnppcar llh 11 loons New orkri, Fonr runs, April 30.-Chrlstlo Jackson, n pretty clrl, 15 years old. Is missing from her home at rharon Springs. Him Is supposed to hate gono In eominny with louls. son ot Thomas Matcott ot New York. Mnrcott Is 21 years old. tall, and of Hue persnnnl appear anco. elognnt lu dies and captivating among the girls. Ho has spent much of his time w lth his ginndfnthci In Sharon Springs. On Wednesday ttenlng, at8 o'clock, Clnis-tle and Louis were seen In the tlllngo streets iu com pany with George Hoffman nnd a second) mine woman, Mi. Jackson was attending tho Hcpub II can Contention lu Albany. His wlfo became alarmed nt the absence nf her daiightei, and when she discovered tint somn of the giil'j rlithlng nnd n siilchcl were inls-lng she sought (bendvieo of bei bmtlioi -In-law, ex Asscir.bHinau A. I!. Coons. Mr. t'oons tele phoned descriptions nf hlsnloco and tho two young mill In various dlicctlons and staitot across the country to t annjoharle. ten miles north nf tho village. Tho following morning he learned fiom tlll Landon. the night op Pinter and ticket agent ntt'iinniotiarlc, that tho trio werO nt tho depot the previous night. i nndon Is well acquainted With tbcni. llesnld that flclTmun pU'chiiscd two tickets for Svra eile. and be saw Marcntt and Christie Jackson 'board the llt'J'ltrnln for tlm West. A hoiso nnd bitgit) bo'onglng to iliiftmnii's father dls nppcari il the s.iuienloht and was found the next morning in the I'nrmers' Hotel stable at C.iunioharle. rr. Coons telegraphed the glil's father at Albany on Thursday morning, and tlio two went to Str.icuso that nltornoen. They ob taltieit no clue to the runaways in that city and spent the night searching various towns be tween (nn.itnhaile and "sjrieiisc. They got track nf a couple answering the description In this tillage, whole the s out Wednesday nlaht, but after careful itiqiiiiy. Mr Coons de cided that they weio not Luil nnd Christie. 1 atherand undo then continued their seirch tin ouch the villages 011 the i'est Shore and Central roads east towaid Allany. At Fonda 1 Mr. Jackson turned lmrtb and pursued a s)s temntie hunt through Johnston n nnd Cilovors tllle. Mr. Coons retraced his com so. and fur the tblid time rosumed the pursuit In the direction of Ctlen. Local authnrltlos In nil directions hate been notlllcd, 1 ut tho course tho oung couplo fol lovvod seems tn hate been lost at Canajoharlo It 1" said thnt Mnrcott will meet with summary punishment if ho fulls Into Jackson's hands. It is supposed that Hoflmnn Is not with tho party, but thnt. after dtlving thoni to Cannjo li'irie nnd procuring their tickets, ho went into hiding to escape, tho tcngeanco of the pur suers. Tho clil is a small, frail creature, and tho disparity In their sizes will attract special at tention to her and her escort, hho left homo wearing a dark red llk dress. .1 short snequo of white miteri.il. nnd n black nllnr hat with a red feather. Herpooplo aro nxtonsltel) con nected In hoth the susquehannn nnd Mohawk tallojs. They hato relatlvos lltlne In Ni w ork and Albany. Hor father Is a prominent politician, n well-known lawyer, and at ono time conducted a large summer hotel at the Springs. Mnrcott's father is said to be in tho employ of a transportation company in Now York. Lato to-night they wero stl'l conduct ing the search without having obtained any truce ot tho couplo- DYSA.VITt! BSOVan IS BALLOTS. Text of the Socialist (speakers at tbe First or the Uaj.Dny Meetlns. The Mnydny labor demonstrations began Inst night with a mass mooting of tho organi zations connected with the Central Labor Fed eration In tho Union squoro plarn. About 5.000 men turned out reaching tho moetlng placo from several points of assembly by dif ferent routes, thus covering a large area of tho city for nn hour with marching lines and braying bands. The United Hobrow trades, including four teen organizations, started from ltutgers square and marched around th east sldo awhile. Tlie wost side division, consisting of tit organizations, started from 34'J West Forty-second streot Other divisions started from 383 Bowery. 85 East Fourth street, and '25 East Fourth street, all taking different routes. Bright rod Mags floated over all the parades, and iovered tho balconies of tlio cnttago when tho meeting at last assembled. They meant pen, n In this instance, however. The rights of the labor men wore no moro strongly urged throughout tho etening than were force and disorder denounced. ""lhe ballot box Is tho American's dynn mlto." said ono sponkor. Thnt was tho text of tho etening. Lucius hanial celled the meeting to order and Uoorgo K. Lloyd. Soeretan of tho Central Labor Union, was the chief speaker. He bo gan by saying there worn onl) two ehssesnf per-ons who use dynainllo-knnvos unn funis. " There uro live classes uf socict)." said he. " First, tho mnlnftay of our Gnte-niiiont, the workingmen: eecond, tho professional politi cians and officeholders, who do nothing but draw salaries: third, the millionaires tho railroad Presidents, who cut down wages In fact, loafers In gonural: fourth, the aged nnd the little ones at homo who cannot work: and fifth, the rlivn keepers, the Hattln Adamsos. and the pour reamers of thu streets. W 0 work ingmen labor ton hours a day. two hours for each one nf these classes." (. thcr speskurb wero Howard Balkan. If. B. S.ilishury. ''hurles F. Wilson. Charles Franz, and John Later. Ilesolutlons wero pas-ed calling upon workingmen tn rail) under tho li.uitieroi the S01I11I Labor party and make a In iirty effort fur the permanent 1 stniilishinent of 1111 eight-hour work day. Tho meeting was orderly nnd enthusiastic, dipt. McLaughlin had lllty policemen scattered mound the ci oit d. . ni.-v sjt.vn.ir ton ,n ust.Y cir, 'I lie Po'lcn fcnperliilcnilcnl Ol iter Sitloon CIiikimI anil Wullt .Noim-ilic. 1 his mil) bo ,n!ry Suinl.it In Hudson county. Judge l.lpptneott of tho Court n' fieneial Scs moiis wants it undirslOQii that bo was not talking buncunib' when ho announced fruit. Iho bench u'l Thumduy tlmt tho court would insit mi the suppression otthobunda II :uor traliic. Yestiida) fh) Judco scut a letter lo iho heads nf all the Police Departments In the eruiit) Ip'htin n-: the enforeemont of Iho l.ivv. 'lhe letter Is peremiitnry In lone. 'Ihls ifpyuf it was sent to Police Superintendent smith uf tlio ft iscy City ilepirtinciit. and was dilitiiul byfoii-tublo iliifan .iH.srrtuv. piiK.O. ins).'. "(! 1 1 1 1. nphrt s , ,t 0 lit"'1" l.i I '" lilt, Jt!f 1 Ii, V, . "Ii. mi Stn: The attention nf the Couit of fii'iii'inl yuiiiteriv 1uiik nt this eiiuiity Iiiih been 1 ailed to thu nliiin-t wlmlisilii viuintlon 1 d Hie hivv r,f this hlntonv Ihii-o cugised in iho Ii.iMIc ul the Mile nl iiitnxiciillng Inium's In the I ul 1 1 1111 1 sale nf nn !i llqiinis 11 siiml 1) in .I.TM-y Clt). This. Ii) the liw uf this Mute, is denounced mid It is an linlav, ful and de niomllinutiiiflli' lhe euiirt. In the e.-icse of the powers iiuiferiiil iii.n It, ieiiulrc uf )iiii and the u'he. pnllie und iieaieiiutliiir.tlcs uf Juihpy t'itv tlie stibl I'lilononii'iit nf tho law iimilnst the nilo n liquor on Suuday In thlbciiv. oiy lespectfull). "Inl II. f.D'I IM ill. Presiding Judge. ' A Mniilii letter WHRhPijt to Ch'ef IJf.iiuvan of Huh i-eii. t lilef McNi llluf I)unniie, " King" hln nn Kill) "f vw-eliawken.nnd tu the police niit'iuil'lcsiif u'l the other towns nnd town slillis In the count). lhe six p ill" Catluins nf Jmsey fltv viero summoned to Police Hoidqiiurteri by Superintendent Smith last night, where lhy received pnsltito orders lo see Hint 1 ter" mlnon in thilr uispectite pre cincts s absnliitely closed tn-day. " I will huh! ea'h Captain tr.11 strict account ability fni thoenfoicement of this order in bis prnelnit"b,ild tlio buperliitendent. "I want no nniibense nl'out this matter. When I say tlie inloons must be osd I mean that, the tnislness n, ut be until 1 lv suspendi d. Thero must bo no side or buck dour open. Thlhur ih r hold good lint mil), for this Sunday, but iic ntcry other Sundnv . I'll I'aiilaliis hud (he silnort keepers entl fle I 1 1 t nlgl.t of the rMlpeilntelidento orders. Th 'Ire fiini'l tlpen, Ai ihsv, pill .'10. Water was let Into the riiut iinrtt to-diiy, und Iho eannl will he ready foi business tn-nnirrnvv. AI out 50(1 boils ure lead' to start. Tho usn of steam will bogieat oi'ou lliecanal llilu ijenson than etei before. Tlm enlargement nf the locks and lhe lin PinteiuctiLs In the eaii.il he.I mid ntnlning walls hate inarto possible the prolltabln uo of bteaiupiopullers with u tw of suteral bouts, Tlm J. Chr. J, lluplrl II re it I hk Co.' Vanhatlaii Heir, malt anl lioiioal). 2.'J L 3sih it. -A It. "fully thy habit at th) pur. ran nay," Shakeiptar sdviso Price tu mil all uuaiointra la ilhormier'a uivlto at Uli i.tablUUment, MS Oiu nr.Ait. KILLED llJTIl A BALE liTICK. KhlppluE Clerk lledrten of Nenorh the Vie. tlm ol 11 Tlotd Crime, Henry Heddon, Iho shipping clerk of tho Pottor nimchlnc Company of Newark, was knocked down and robbed In the prlvato en trance of the factory In Mulberr) street Now ai k. yesterday morning nnd robbed of $."00 which he had just drawn from tho bank. Ho was unablo to toll how It happened. At 10 o'clock )0tcrday morning Hodden, who Is a small man. 4M yenrs old, was sent to the Essex County National Bank to draw $700 to pa) the hands. Ho took tho check nnd went out of tho sldo door, leaving It unlocked. This has been his habit foi many months, although ho was wirnod that It was dangerous. Ho drew tlio monoy In two rolls, ono uf tiOOniul tho utliei of $-0 ). Ho put thorn In separate pockets and started for the factory. At l()li o'clock Mis. Potter, one of tlin own ers of tho concern, betnmo alarmed becnusn he did notnnponr. and Illteon minutes later her daughter looked down tho stair of the private iiitraneo and suvv Hedden hitting In a 1 ool of I1I011I on the lower steps. When spoken tn he lust had strength enough to sa. "Nuiioboily hit me." and point at bis empty pocket, lhe $100 roll wns found Intact, but VitH) was gone. Lying bosldo him was a hay baling stick stained with1 his blood: 011 tho dun of the open Inner door was an other blood stnln nnd n patch of ball. His scalp was cut In two places, and It Is mipposi d tint one cut was mado b) falling against the door after being struck with tho rough nnd heavv hlikerv stick. Iledden was tikohtn 11 hospital unconscious, where be died nt .M ttO last night without re utciing cunscloiisness. The factniy is In the 1 nlon building, next dour tu tlm cotnor uf Mulberr) nnd Centre slreots, and opposite Hie Cenlro stioet station uf the l'i.in)ltanla Kullioid. It is a tittsy neighborhood, and people 111 e constantly t iihs Ing to and fro. but nobody could ho toiitul who sawn man enter or leato tho hallway. Iled den was struck from tho sldo after closing tlio i-lieol dnoi, and It I nut 1 reliable that he .iivv lilsnssallnnt. Thn police think Hint the mur derous thief was a member nf n gang which loiteison Mulberry -tu ct between the Maiket nnd Centre stret t bridge, nnd thoy are hopeful of fl.xlng hN Identity through his companions. Thoy say It 1 vnlently was somebody who knew Hodden'shnblts. Heddon wnsu bachelor, and he beai ded lu Cherry street a short distance from tho factor). cnni'T cr, iiv.voirEB is uam. T.ebman CnuRlit n lie Wm Anon lo Shoot Fannlnc-IInd Tried It lteforc. Edward Fanning, n watchman on the Third avenue cnble road, was setting a slgnnl lan tern in tho Bower), between Houston and I'rlnco streets, at dusk hint evening. Police man Lew Pollack and Probation Policeman Michael Sullivan wero watching him from the Houston street corner. They saw Charles Lehman steal up behind Fanning, grab him by the neck with the left hand nnd present a rot oh er nt his bend with tho other. Fanning grabbod tho revolver and held It In the air. Pollack and Sullltnn ran up and a blow from Pollack's night stick knocked tlm ret niter out ot Lehman's hand. Tho three men secured Lehman after a stiugglo. nnd Pollack found a big horse pistol In his pockot. Tho prisoner was locked up In the Mulberry street station. Husald he was a clerk and lived in the Undo ham lodging houso. at 27H Bowery. He would not say why he had tried to shoot Fanning. Fanning sn)s that In Jul). 1889. whon ho was a freight handler on tlie Savannah lino pierut the foot of Miring stteet Lehman was a clerk in the ofllco of tho company and shot rats around the wharf with nn air gun. One day Lehman shot Fanning nnd two other froight handlers with this weapon and fled. Fanning was hit In the leg. A year ufterward. bo says. Lehman chased him with a retolver. They had met since then, however, and had a drink together, Why lie was attacked last night ho does not know. KILLED VIMSt-LF IS HER PRESENCE. An Inlatnated Hotel Keeper Kulelde for Lore of a Salcauoaaae. Shakou. Pa.. April 30. Thomas Fleck, proprietor of the City Hotel of Da-tllle. shot himself In the head this afternoon In tho presonce of Miss Mary Wallas,, with whore he had fallen In love. A few months ngo ho moved from this placo with his wlfo and children to Danville. Miss Wallasse was a clerk In a dry goods storo and her hand some fneo attracted his attention. He secured an Introduction nnd paid her marked attentions until she learned that ho was married. Thereupon she refused tn seo him an) more. Ho tried repeatedly to sen her. hut she avoided him. 1-itbt week lie wentnn a dolinuch and on recovering grow despondent. A few moments hefivo the shooting bo bade Ills family good-b). Informing them ho wus atiout to kill himself. Hushing from tho hotel, he went to tlio storo where Miss Wallisje was emplovod. bhenvv him coining, and went to the rear of tho store. When within a dozen steps or hor ho ilrovv a ret niter nnd sent a hall Into his right temple, death resulting instuutl). MissWnl lasso fainted 1HJ-E UOVI.I) ISIEBFtBF, And skorelund n.tird "er Finger Before fulling; HI Throut. Nils Skorglund. a Swedish tailor, terminated a fortnight uf almost continuous drunkenness i'-ten!u by cutting his throat with a rarer In his flat at 310 East Twonty-elghth street His wife tried to take tho razor away from I1I111. Seizing her bv the hair with his loft hand ho pulled her head back so as to ox pose hor throat nnd was about to cut it with tho razor, when she thrust her loft hand tn the way. hhe sated her throat at too expenso nf two other flngi rs. which wero nearly sut ered. Then he cut his own windpipe. At Bellevue Hnspllal traelicrntumy was re sulted to. und hkorglund.nt last accounts, was In eathlng -through a tube. Mrs. Skorglund also went to tho hospital to get her lingers dressed, but did not stay, us there are two children to bo tukon euro of. ntiY on nt.Tt A Report that Police (ptnlnn Ifnve Heen Keinlnded or the Anll-Hi) Kesolullon, There were ofllcars in plain clothes looking foi tlo'ntlonsof Iho Excise law In almostotery proclint last Sunda), and the majority of tho ll'O excise urrests wero mado mado by them. Iistciila) tho police Captains assembled ut Pnllee llendqiiiirtur again. Tills tlmo they tatlii ted iu tlio museum, and wore uddrossod h) ( lib f Inspector hleers It Is sail that tho bubstnnee of Inspector fleers's liistiiii'llotm wis tn icniind tho Cap tains uf the resolution p n-sed bv the Cuinmis MiMipinn bept, 1 lat. 1 oiulemnlng tho prac tice nf vjuhitin.' Hie law 1111J adopting the spy r.) stem tn git ovnleiiee In excise eaes. If this is so tn-d.w ni.u not be sn dry as lust hundii), when the (upturns nnderstuod tliey were to foivot the lesolutlon mentloueJ. In'. I.oirjley". Smldci Death, Col. John B. Longley, a lawyer and n Demo. cratl'i lolitlclan In llr ool I n, died siiddenl) last nlel't In his sixty-second )e'ar. He wis taken sick In .Ninth street, near Tlfth atenue, and was assisted to his home at 3f3 Sixth street by I olicemnn Fox and soirle friends. Dr. Sherman, his family ph)slelnn, was sum moned, but ho died beforo his arrival. Col. Lnngley bad not been In good health for some time, llcarl disease Is supposed In hate been the cause 01 death, He was n nntlionf Hud son. Ho sorted through tho war. He bad practised law in Ilrooklm fur the past tweni) ilto ve.irs.nnd wasone nf Hie Demociatie lead e'e in the Iwenty.secund ward. He sime.l throe ti rnis in the Legislature frmnlhe Tenth Assemhl) district ami was delegate dn seveinl je.ns tu the Demoiratli Genera! I o liuiittec He wnsu 1 opular stump s caker. Tito Ci" "ii men S.nt lo Ihr Penile tlliir. AniAxv, Vtirll 30. A corporal und tvvu jiri tntes, nrnio 1 with carbines, brought In the Al bum peiilteiitlar) tu-day John Keil) mid llarr) Andrews, members uf tho catuliy compan) Mat limed lit West l'niut 'J hoy bad lieon sentenced to one vein's linprisonuu nt e ich for perjiir). having been tried and eontlctol by couit martial. I.'o -ou Uilakt Kaa. Kelenreil at Illniocuie Institute. 41 Weit :8th It. 2 10 4 f. N.lir. "A Oardea of Hiinllslit and Cecr." Tbe Hotel Vandome'i iltnln. room oa top door, -Jr. ( 1 KILLED" IX A STAGE COACH. A XOVSO WO.VAS SHOT BY A JHO-f- jj II.IV.W.I.V l. CAT.lFOrtSIA. It I W Mln.le Handed nltoliher Attempt to Hold Vp ft I 11 Hlue Ncnr Sun Andren Itlelna From fX llslilnil a llnsh He Fire on lhe Coach, lj Hllllncn Yniins Woman, Mnrlnllr Voun lj,r. Inn I lie IlilMi.iuul lniirliia n Slciaencer. gt Siv Asonr ts. Cal.. April flO. A highwayman M neartho mining cuup hero to-itn) attemptod J to got hold of the money on board the stage. A Ho used a shotgun and his nttompt rosulted ( In killing n )ouug woman, wounding th V, dilvei, and dangerously Injuring Iho nxpross jiji nio-sengcr. The hlghvvnyin in escaped. Th rf' singe left oarly this momlng for Sheop ltanch, . Jll a largo propert) owned by J. B. llaggln and h the slto nf his famous thlmney mine, that Jr Jll )lelded nonly S1.tl0ti.tHK) In three woe-s. . f Whon only llvomllos from town, and ns th ,1 driver was ordering his horses tu go easily up '''' tlio steep grade, all on bu.ud were sturtlod br ' it a cry ot" Halt I' jj'.fti Tho drlter was Anthony Baggo. n cool- mit headed man. Bcsldo him sut Mlko Totoy. aa Mb. old and resoluto Wells Fargo Express mes- 'Hf sengor. Ho was selected tu accompany th $i driver because In tho oxpiess box tviisa large r i sum ot money for Haggln's lancli. to pay off ,?i; tho men lor their April work. Tho stage was ' jjjl near tho summit ol the hill. k Before Tovey could grab his shotgun. cj'.i masked highwayman rose from behind a fA' small clump of manrnnllhi bushes and II red t'J thu contents of n shotgun full ut tho stnge. fpj' Tho driver, who was liibhlug his horse uV when tho robber fired, was shot through th ' ej' body and dropped niuit.ill) wounded upon th W dashboard. As bo foil Mossongor Totoy. - rt though I mil) WiMiiii.nd 111 the right arm. selzocj J$ the loins fium theditng man mid suceeedei A.'i lu turning the conch be)und the rangoof tUs Vtl misereiint. Jlji Wlion out or danger It was found that a ai J hucksliolhad killid a )oung woman passen- &., gor. JIlss ltiiilerHinu. who had loll her homo la Sv him AudriUH to visit hlinils at the Hlieep ;M raiieh. T'ouey was bloedliu; so badly tint ho sy could not drive tu tho ranch, so ho iS turned to San Andreas. On the way ha Jj saw therubber milking bis way toward tho Jft) hills in dlrectiuii of tho railroad. When tho IK stago leaclied town and the dead body of thu Rv! young weinan vvns taken out imd the moitally V; initireddriterwasreniotod tn Hie hotel, tho jK,"! men 1 ec.ime wild tu hunt down the criminal. ii, Tho hlieriff hud no tiouble In mgaulzlng a, V& fmssoof dead shots and good rldois, a d tho .Vy mud ot atengerswas boon on iho lugltito's J trail. If they catch him thu courts will not ho A bot bored with his trial. W Tho extness eompnny also sent detoctlvos KM, from -1111 riuncl-'-o tn take part In tho chase. )W In talking about tlie tragi dy, one uf Wells. If. Fargo A. Lo-'h deteclivos said tu-day: " This la Effi' tho worst attempt at stagu lobbery that has '(- oceurroJ for onis because of Hie hiss of life. f.'i "Tho robber must hato liecome demoralized ,Mf and llred tiefore ho knew what Ho was doing. "U.M If tbe people of Culuteias county cutcli him TyS the cotibequence inuy bo snrious. The sight j5a of that dead )ourg woman's nody must huvu 'fly cnrugeil the people and tho rubber may got ' '-fj'il short shrift when hols cuught" ,fr llaggo. the driver, was an experienced man, iBrlj nnd Tuteyis one of tho best messengers In ly'm tho express business. Neltlier would yield 'fijjl without a struggle, and had they had any ri'j bbnvv R would hate tared hard with tho robber. m$ This Is tho third time that Tovey has been fr.fi shot In tho arm In ten )nais. Ills most noted Wi exploit was a midniglit duel he fought In 1USI CK with Jones nudkliarii, two professional stag Ui roiihcrs on the Carson and liodlu road. iijfl Tho agents had stopped tho stago. and j Totoy. standing behind the oil front whoel of tl the couch, met their attack. Junes was killed. - PV and hhnrp continued battle until bo shot Tovey 'til In tho arm. Ho then retreated nnd Tovey rJI was taken to a notghborlng farmhouse ,1't. to hato his wounds drosbed. Sharp nttcrward libit returned and robbed tho stage. Sharp was '. VrE found by menus of documents on the nody ot -iJrj iSM Jones, and ho was captured at his lodgings la - C,1 this city as he was returnlug fiom his robbinot -ii'n expedition. He afterward served n term for 'htM tills crimo In the Carson penitentiary. ,f foi Acoupleof years after killing Jones. Tovey -Kll had trou bio with Bill U'itherow, another W'olls- iJi'Jj! Fargo messenger, nt Cnndelarla. Nov., nnd ,!KiS Wlthernw took shot at him. His arm again -Jt, rcceivedlthe charge. 'iS3 THE VVBBIA STICKS ISA XVD BASK, t, 5jl Get to Her rter Flnullj, but Many JPaa, ji eniser Have to rsieep on Bonrd, M A squad of customs offkors went to th jjJRj Cunard nier)esterday nfternoon with the In- mX tention of passing nil tho baggago of the pas- ' hM soncers on tho steamship Umbrla. just in jO from Liverpool, thus onabling thorn to pass yi;" the evening ashore. i'j.' Whllo mnnirutrlng to enter her slip the At I'mbrla get stuck on 11 mud bank south of the L'E pier and remnlnnd thero for two and a JyC half hours, or from 5 to 7 o'clock, while Jp tho customs olllccrs walked up nnd fty down and said tilings Later, when iyh tho big ship had been vvharfed alongside ')' tho pier nnd tho chief nf thu customs 5rK olllcors said that m ly beiiil lug.igo wuuld bo i examined, sonieuf thuiiiishoiigt rswild things. fvw The Umbrla had 130 saloon and ltlTi heoond ISj' cabin pissengers luait) of whom slept nboaid )t tlio slilp last night. T hu other biugago will A't bo insjiected this morning. b I Mr. I'ecUliipiill.li In Brooklrnf yW Dr. G. It. rocklnpaugh. whoso wlfo has been HI missing since April 'Si from tho boarding fcj house at 101 Fast Tvvenb-flfth street, had jjj' call from a small shopkeeper uf Brookl)nycs- Rj terdny, who told him that his daughter had WA scon Jlis. Pecklnpaush nn r-ntiird.iyaftoinoon, a Jj! April 'J,', thodnynrtorberdlsapiioirance. Dr. Pecklniiiuchnnd Mrs. Vlexander. who Is th Kit mother of Mrs. Pocklnpaugh, wont over to hos fui this girl. Hl' hho said that she saw a woman acting pe- Ml! culiarly InSoiiii'rtilln'h bhoii in 1 ulton stroet Jfily between 1 and -o'clock, hho and the woman ftlf left the shop at Hie same time. Tho woman ;m wont dovtn Fulton btreet, walking wearily nnd wv looking nhnut her lu a ucrvuus vvuy, and H'y turneirinto Msrtle nteniic i hrn The )outig ttoniin nut only described Mrs. pfi Fiekinp-iugli's aiipeariin e as it has been if t printed, bill ndded fu thcr striking details 11 which eontlncod Hr. Perkliitsiiigli and Mrs. bit Alexander. A geneinl nlarm wus therefor X, sunt throughout lliooklj.i. ft Dr. nrlic.H lllrs nl' III Injurle. ' llr .1, V Briirff. vl o n. .eveieli. I urnerl at the fir Mb in the latum ilsi. Ii" mil 111 Weit Tlnrli third ftl ire.l, (in Tliurs'tK P'riiu 11, illel al 10 o alui W laal tfj), in. lit in M, t in , Ml . l'u. 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