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" VQL.L1X.-KQ.'331, NEW YORlCwEPNESDAY, JULY" 27," 18927CoFYliGTlTr 1S)27"HY"THE SUN "FlUKTING AND PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION. PROWO CKX'fsT l ; PLKASE, MR. DUNN, STOP IT, i jyn atrx vs a mat coot, vtatb J FROM XOVtt ICE UOVBE. Teilerilnr Wns the Holiest Dy la Elercn Tenra 'I he Thermomelar Reached OOK, and Our Orrn 'Weal her bharp Von't 1'iomlsrto Make It Unit-Only e I.lttla t iy of Hope AitM 17p North of I.aka tiuprrlor Slaur lroatratloua from llcsit, Tlis rrcillctlon of tha gontlemnn In tho tow or of the I.iiultablo building who takes cup ol our wenthcrwas fulullod, and ytster- ilny wis hottiir tlmn Mondny. This fact -wan t)io occasion of n smllo which hovered all day about hit fnco, and was particularly exnsper- v atlng considering tlio discomfort of tha swol- n ttirlti.: pniuliitUiii In the strcots far below his nlryofl'co Mr. Dunn admitted, howovor. that ho might havo mado good his predictions without boosting tlio tnurcury to 00o. That wus tha reading of tho official thermometor at I .". o'clock yestordny afternoon. It was tho hottest ilny Now York lias had In olovon years. and the third hottest In tho history of tho city. '1 ho hot weathor reVonl of this town Is 100. wh eh tho thermomotor scorod on Sept 7. INS, Tho nt hottest dny was July 0. 1870. when tho meicury roglsterod W. That day wnsfamoiiRln hot weather annals all oTor tho countri. Tho hum Idltywus exceptionally hlch. too. The Ccntonnlnl Inhibition wns In prog iui.8. and a record was mado In sunstrokes. Third In the list of hot days tor New York wort' July SI. 1B8T. and Aug. 10. 1883, on both of which tho thormomeior registered 00s. Yi-Urd.iy boat that record by V. lho piOL'ctllnR nicht was exceptionally hot From midnight until 'J o'clock the thormomo tor stood nt "7. 1 hen It dropped 2 until near 7 o'clock, when It lumped to 78'. and during 010 110x11101.10 83'. AtO o'clock It was 80'. nt 10 o'clock 87". andnt 11 o'clock f)0'. Half an hour lutor It stood at 02V. Thero was thm i slight drop, and a rapid recovery to 03' atl oMouk. At 2 o'clock (5a was marked and at '-MO tKJ).. Somo thunder showers. In duced by tlits excosslvo heat, then nppearol across tho Hudson and swept northward with grcit rapidity. Tho city sot a few drops of rain onh. barely suflklont to wut the rave merits. Hut cooling breezes followed in their wako and greatly relieved us. Ilftoen mlnutos after tho meroury eoored COS it dropped to 05. nnd from then went down rupldly. It was never cool In town, how ever, except by comparison, and lata In tho 1 alturnoon the heat became again oppressive. It was fortunate for us that tho humidity was not no treat as on Monday. At 8 o'clock there was l8 per cent, of It In the air as atcalnst 70 on Monduy. It Increased Gradually to 80. but did not equal Monday's record by two percent 'I his was tho coolest city In tho oountry on Mi mlay. notwithstanding our 04 degrees ot heat, osturday wo were the hottost town. Washington, Philadelphia, and Albany were a tilllu warmer in tho morning, but wo oaucht u) r.nu pasted thorn. Mt. Dunn concludod yesterday to letup on usaluUo. Bo ho discovered a minute rise In the h-iromoter at White Itivor just north of Luke huporlor. It was only a tenth of a point, but he said that this meant that an aroa of hi L-li pressure was beginning tu develop In the hike region, and tnatwoula send some cool ing northwest breezes down this way. It was undent that ho did not mean to bo too gener ous, fur ho would only promise that to-day would not bo quito as hot as yestnrduy. It taken time for an area of high pressure to get Itself Into business shape, and it may be sot oral days before wejiavu any real relief. In the moan time thero Is not the susplolon of a storm anywhere which we oan depend on to interfere with the uncomfortable zeul ot this warm spoil. The looal forecaster, after ho w as Informed how the less fortunato poople In the etreet below him wero suffering, spent Mimotlme in diligently searching the conti nent (or help, But not tho trace of a storm could be found, nor even the conditions which give piomlse ut making one. Wo may never have, another storm, so laruuMr. Dunn's maps and telegtams of yesteiduy give promise. V.ltli tlu exception ot thut rise of a tenth of a point in tlui uaruinoter nt White itler the mtuulton remains precisely tho Bame. 1'no aim of low picssuroin thu s lUthoast of the United btutes loiulnueb to rovolv a in ono di rt eti'.n. c.i-tin,; oil groat chunk o: hut air. while the urea of low pressure In the nortti w -nt continues to revolve in thu opposite di roition. sucking up the hot air from tho south and dlsttlhutlnj. It udowrthe land. It the tiieJiUioii nlioiit that other llttlo area of high P'ei.uro In the lako region ivinus true tlie liorlhern mi tot this btuto nnd tlioNewJIng land .-tatu!. will get t llttlo rtllef thit. mumiiig, an 1 then it will i o our turn. in tho (It) tho day was a srnroher. Ot ciiurtc. It wif oiy much wanner in the streets tiian In trio I c.i I 'on wiiter'a lilgii towel, where, tl et..iiilin oftli I il i ii!eliesevoiyi.lie'r fulhitnl tui'ivo until the fouriiuuiters of the lic.ucn. nil I Ills olllc ill theiiiioinvtorn lire not ultoUed p mat illei.tod from brhksund stones. Down I el w it was almost unbeara ble In tho mildhmr tiled iv. The sun lient down lueuiui-M). mid thoio wiih nothing to anHo.li ito h ut. 'the iMM'im'iits weio hot Iroiu tlie pmedln da uti I spitefully throw buck tho heat. 1 lie biiuv anil tone buildings woiu in ii'i gentler iiiiiiid J-roiu nliovo and below nnd Iioni o.ther hide iIih hntt singed into tho numln.' .'utlom 4 btoi.i'.aloiig tin) bottom of mi ill m imi t i iiimng iiiru nnd buitn. J.ni'g iiiIuik noon tlie utinnsplioro of the hlrenih .n.iveied una miule orijt.eth I short dihtum ei.w.iy d.inio ns though Lewlti.li' d. i.en tlni miii was overhead at mid-day nnd there wan no sliinl side to the streets pedes trians eik-wiossed along the pnvementH, seukliu Miinientiiry n Hot from awnings and fiinnce pa'elios of i IuuIh. 1 on iu o'cloik on tho deserted nppearanco of thu huxIi-Kt Bt rents was lem.nkable lor a w 'ek day. No onu btlrrtd out unless it was III soluimy n ei ch;u y. J-ew buslni si nun wore tosts.jnd ninny In tlie low e. i .tit ot town rcmoM'il tlodr coats u .(I canted thorn oer their armh Tho man villi a ft.uclied (dilrt and collni wac a rnrlty, nnd had nni.leunint uue Ktinns usked him by h fiionds. t'n ewry cornet down town wore Loyhscllins I aim lent fniiH. 'Hie venuerB of lc dill Inks louiid tho day prntltablo. Little burins was done iu tho retail shopping dls tricis. i ho women Htuyed at home. It seoinod Himostliko8utidu onlourtiouthandTwenty tulrd stteets. Mien tint glare ot the sun began to bo ol nininl shortly after 'J o'clock, nnd low rum Lllng's Itiiliiateil u eouiingbhower, thero was , c.eit roji'lci n -. 'J ho Htiectrt liecamo Iholler 1 nl oucu. lint the stouu passed to the west. 1 lie few drops that fell gutu or slight relief. Ihey did not tool tho burning pavements, tool bieo7ta follow oil nnd again revived drooping hplrlts. lint tlilh also was n short llvoil roliof, The brtvosilld ijulckly and tlie s iu came out ami cleiuud tho streets ugaln. 1 ho ntreet thermometers were always sur rounded b uowd.-i. 'i'hny roglsUiiod lis' and 00. It was pmnalily hotter than that in tho treitri, foi l.ouil Jbricantor Dunn hnystlmt tliesi) big street thormonietors fall to do their whiliiiluty after thu mercury passes bO" or tliereubouts. Thutontment houso people suffoicd most. Tlmlr misery began tho nleht Inforentbed time. It was iiiipostlhlo to sleep in the cinmneil and crondod looms. Tho loofa wore Covurvd with I ioili, and there were l oople In thu strei ts all night. In the ovor-crowdd ills triet i. iitt ol the llowery men, women, and o.illdreii ,at on the front stoi until mm ulna and slept as best they could. Wheroslrtctd aru being imvod tho piles of paving stones along the sidewalks wero beds f r many, r'or otheiH trucks and catti laid up along the curbs afforded uneaby resting places. A dozen peildlfM carts on Jlestor etioet wero literally lillod wltli ehll I ron, who slept iu them soundly. Sometimes woinon with babies at tholr breasts woie foeii sitting on doorsteps or lira oscnpoj. sound asleep. During tho hot day tho women and ehlldren m ot the triiumuntsMit around llstleosly Inwh it- ever shiiduvouM bo fuuiul. Die docks vvuru Morlto phues of tougri gallon when shade could hu louiid there, liuiulooted children sullerou koenly from the burning pavements. H in tho tast-tldi btieuts Ice renders wero H liumuiouii. Womon bought ploeesdoublo the sue bf h mnn'f. tlrt for two conta nnd cooled water with it for their eager children. Ihoro vrore many hokey-pokey" carts aW among tho tenemeuts. alwas surrounded by cluliliun. 1'attery Park was thronged nil day. What- ever breero there was ihiiio fiom tho south nnd oould bo felt 1 litre. Tin. wind blew only J'uriiilles an hour. Kvon this wax grateful. L the Iron I ati.s at the Jtiittniy sea wall werj n siirruiiiidcil ny laree aron ib of men and boys B uwiilting tuinsto gnlnblde. fhe long dock at Hfilcih street on the Hud H on wa crowded with boys all day. There Is a free hath there, too, but the boys did not H waltfortbelr turns. They stripped off their 1 . laaX. - trrfnl't Ma clothos nnd lumped Into tho river from tho Jock. It is a secluded place, and tho police did not Intorforo. .The following prostrations wore roportcd by tho poltcoi .Amtpdltil. Albfrt, SI rn. st 800 rit Twtnty lrimd itreet: llellnvue Ifn.pltiil tlnelecln, Paul 33 yeari, ef 32 lailif itret, at Ornd trtet anit Broailv a i hi, Inoni'i llonnliM narnti. John 32 rcara, or t'ja Weal Slil.tnlh itte.t, tt ilir.dr.tnwlch .Irf.l; si. Vlnriic'i llnaiotal. onlln hitWAM. 31, 410 Wait Twntyrrnthitrat, atTstnly nevtntliairtat and Madlion avenue; takan heme, leeney. John. 2S yearn, of 113 Mott itreet, at 84I.lb- rlv.lretl; i hauihert Mratt llotpllal. Iitrcchiiiwna himuil. tu yeara, at 64 Attorney itreet. unurerntiir lluii llak lllrrchnelt. Anrun 3.' yean or TO Rait itreet, at 71 Chamtiera afreets Chambera street Hospital . Kere..lame. MJ, los Kaat 1141b alraet, at his home) Harlem lli.apltal. In t enre, haniuet tl , CO yeara old. a retired tnannfan ttirer, of lio Wcit Twenty leootid ttreet. Died of tti heat in the nfllce nt Smith Morten, 41) Bronlway. Mri'ue, Julin 47 year, ot 217 Warren itreet, Jariey Clly. at )4l Allen rtreet; (lonrerneur HntnltaL MeCormack Owen Uti yeara, ut HO Plan itreet. t Plar 41 Fmt Ulcer: Uouvarneur lloinltal. Mrttalinn I'atrlek. 02 yeara. or 121 Bait Klibteenth traet, at 1 771 h etreet and Third avenaei taken home. 1'ajor. Adelalilo, 02 years or 278 Hrit avenue at Twenty-aliihtU ureet and Broadways Mew York I Int uitu! Mnnihan, Michael. 2S. 664 Kait 112th Ureal, at Ave nue A and Ulehty nnt elreett Treibyterlan lioinltai. Morsan, John, 6rt yeara. of HSU West FurtyelKhth tteet, at Ninetytblrd street and Central Park Welti tlanhatian Hospital Oliver, John, oil yeari, of 14 Mardnural itreet, at Bprlnrand Xerrer ilreeiet 8t Vinrant a lloipitat. 0 CallaKhan. rornellaa, 43. 41 t-irat avenue, at 201 Weit Flinty .o'niut itrert: Rro"re!t Itn-iiliaL I'oitell .lamei 27 yearn. otBJ Klne etreet, Iu front of Grace Uhurchi St. lncrnl'. llninttal. Ilellly. William. 28 yeara. H7 Kail 114th itreet, at tlnwery and llayard atreelai Chamberi Mreet tloeuftl Hoie, Freaerlek, 73)eari, at 142Lne itreet; dour ernenr lloipitat. Suer, Charlee 60, 47 ATenne D, at 82 Croiby itreet; Bt Mneent s lloanltaL Tom David, 18 yeara. bf 808 Ifenry itreet, at 17 Broome itreet; Uouverueur Iluipllal. These prostrations wore reported In Brooklyn: A man aboat 80 yean old, with rray hair and contee, wearing a Hunt enlt otelotbei. In Sixth avenue near B xteenth etreet: Beney Hoipltal. Uroner, hmma, US Baltio itreet, at home, Stnay Unapttat aralnlnr, John. 4(1. ftS Central avenue, In reoulnlnff mill, Jobnion v enue and Dogart itreet; taken home Hnlden. John. 22, 177 Riehardion street, corner Wythe avenue and Clymer itreet, Entera Diilrict Iltiplial. Jones, Loren 71, corner Manhattan avenne and Kent itreet: taken to hie home at H7V Leonard etreet lcllown Thomai, 32, 242 Pulatkl etreet corner Reld and Lexington avenues, st. Mar)'s lloepltal Murphy. John, Sfi, l&i belgtl street, bt Catharine'i ltoenltal Nell, John, 40. or WycknIJ avenue and North etreet. KldeewoiKt corner stouo aveuuo and Fulton itreet; Et Mary a Hospital Kotu I'hllln. I" 217 F.t 107ih street New York, at tils II) rile avenue: Cumberland Street lloipitat. Hebulia, Joseph. 22, ltio Kent avenue In suear home foot of becond street : bastern District Horpltal. seymiinr, llenrj,4G, lei tittb avenue, at home; St. Mary a Hospital. CHICAGO IS BULL SJZZLlSa. Tha Mereury Rnnclnc ltonnd the Keeord Mark, but a. Cool Wave Com Ins;. Cuicaoo, July 20. Tho fierce torrid blast which has been sweeping over tho city for the Inst three days shows signs ot abatement. To-night a cool breeze is blowing from the southwest, but the Indications do not point to cooler weather until to-morrow or the day after. At 2 o'clock this afternoon the mercury touchod 04, the highest point ot the year. During the day tho mercury rose one degree an hour, except from 10 to 11 o'clock, when It made two notches, gaining ono ovorthe record of yesterday at tho same time. It wos oven more oppressive to-day than yesterday. The spill ts longer than any term of 1)0 weather Chicago has had for many a year, and the longer It lasts tho more destruc tive it becomes. In July, VT, there were three days of Just such weather, and over one hundred people died ot sunstroke Tho fatalities thus far are alarming, and thore Is no reason to believe that death will not out as broad n swath this time as it did then, although tho thermometer has not reached as high a point as it did live years ago Up to noon nine deaths hsd been reported from sunstroke Ovor one hundred cases of hoat prostration wero reported to the police, the majority of which will reoovor. Laborers on the streot were overcome, and tho men ou tho docks suffered the most of alL Dead horses, stricken by the heat, and dogs, killed through fear that hydroptiobla-oxcitlng weather might make them a menace to human life, Iny here and there all over the city, tho oxtreme mortality having cvertaxed the dead animal bureau and the contractors. I.IOUIXIha AT Mlt.LTEIl I3T.AXT). The New Episcopal Churah Deatroyed mitU Two Adjacent Buildings. Gr.EENroKT. July 20. The new Episcopal church at bholtcr Island, together with two adjoining buildings, were totally destroyed by fire this evening. The church steeple wns struck by lightning and full on tho other buildings. On account of the scarcity of wntor but llttlo could bo dnno to stop the fire The loss Is $l.lHi); Insurance. $.1.U0). During the storm the lightning also struck tho residence of ( apt. VMIIIttn Ilowdltcli.i n Bay avenue. Greon port. A man pausing the houso at tho time was boverely bliookeil. Thirteen JUcatba from Heat In Philadelphia, raiLADKLFitiA. July 20. This was the hot test summer day known in Philadelphia in tho twonty-one yonrs since tho signal service office was established- The record was 100 on top of the 1'ost Ofllce. There wero o large number of prostrutlons. of which thirteon prov ed fatal. TUK r, IU TATZ.OICH 8KIFPKR 13 IIF.RE. lie Huye tha Trave Wight llavi Avoided lllra ir Khe Ilnd Mimed Dunn, Cupt Hurlburt of tho British ship Trod Is". Ta lor. which wns cut Iu two by the North Oi rman Lloyd steamship Trnvo on Juno 22, arrived last night on the steamship Persian Monarch. fcecond Mate Jager nnd two seamen of tho Tnylor also curno on tho l'erslan Monarch Cant. Taylor says he was standing In the cockpit, bcBldo the binnacle, when, without any warning whistle to nnnounco her coming, the Trave went through her "ns cloan as a knlfo cutting n cariot." The Trave was going at the rate ot about sixteen knots an liour. The olllcer on tho luiilgo lli't tang for full speed ahead, which was distinctly henrtl aboard tho Taylor, ('apt, llurlhuit Is vcrr posltlvo that had theolllcor in ch.ugoof the Tiave followed tho rules of the road nnd blowerl down his ship tho Tailor never would have been out down. As It was tho Trave went through her just forward ot the mirzen rigging, cutting through the mata's room and instantly killing Muto Woohiy, who was asleep In his berth. The mate and sallm.tker, not tho enrpenter, as before reported, wero tho only ones lost, ('apt, Hurlburt, who is yet unable to walk without a crutch, tolls how, when tho binnacle house fell upon him nnd orushed his leg, tha shljignv, a lurch to port and he was thrown thirty feet Into tho sea, where ho managed to cling to somo wreckage Aftor being three quarters of an hour in the water no was picked up. Bncond Mate Jacerwas standing near tho main hatch when the lookout on the foreyard giiMinn unearthly yell nnd cried out that a etonmor was bearing down upon them. Almost before he knew what had happened ho was unto his neck In Hie water on the star board sldo of tho ship, for two hours ho wns in the water In imminent danger from drifting wreckage. , . . . . At Houthampton. whore the shipwrecked men wore landed, tlinv sny they were treated badly, Tho Shipwreck Society thore, to which they applied for assistance. Ignored them, ro tor ring them to their owners or ugonts. rontc int: sritSKT vi' ron dlockiu Disastrous Explosion of Um la a Nt, I.outs Wewr. At. Louis, July 20, When tho works of tho Waters I'lorco Oil C'ompnny woro destroyed by flroa foiv days ago n largo quantity of oil found Its way into the Mill Creek bewer. As a result, gns was gonorated which caused a tor rlllc ox idosion nt i.IIOthlsnfternoon, tearing up Chouteau avenue from the rlvor to Uroidwar, a dIManco of four blocks, making a hole ,0o0 feet long and so wide und deep that a train of ears could pass through It. The buildings on both sides of the street wore badly shattered, undone, a four-story hriok building, was en tirely demolished. The bnly of one man. us et unldontllled, Isnt thu Moreno, nnd ten or twelve pooplo ura known to hav been more or less seriously Injured. Whether any more vveie killed has not boon uscertalned. Tho tiuclis of tho Iron Mountain ltnllroad, In thu lclnlty. wot e wrecked, nnd a number of tins demolished. It is possible that other hodlos will bo found under thu debris Chouteau avenue. Ileerlnsa'e Copcahacea Cherry Cordial i Uvaluabla at the teaikore or In 15s wilderness.-', lias ana i A RAY HAMILTON'S BODY HERE. nnovatiT KJ8T snciwTi.TANn Jiumnn JT.V aUEXMTOOU rKSTtltDAr, It X.lee In tha Isiirtal Pint nt Ilia Orand father. Kalpb, Hit No Opportunity fbr Eva Mans to Wee It 'Ihe Mtory of Hie Melancholy Death Kecalted. Thobody of Uobeft liny Hamilton, who was the son of Ocn. Schuyler Hamilton, and who was drowned in Bn&ko lllv or, Wyoming, nonrly two cars ago, was brought to this city yes terday and burlod in Greenwood Ccmctory. Mr. Mnrchant, Superintendent ot lntcrmonts at the cemetery, said last night that the body was burlod early yesterday forenoon In the plot of Mr. Hamilton's grandfather, llalph Hay. No stono marks tho grave, and there wns no undertaker's name on tha card that con tains tho record of the burial. Adair &. Aldred ot Fourth avonuo and Twenty-sixth street woro tho undertakers, however. At their office all knowlodgeot the burial was denied. Gon. Bchuylor Hamilton sailed for Luropo sevornl wooks ago, and Kchuylor Hamilton, Jr.. Is In the country, hocrccy was maintained in the transfer of Ilobort liny Hamilton's body from Wyoming to Now York nnd Its burial in Greenwood, because cry llkoly It w as fcarbd that if It be came known tho woman calling herself Mrs. Eva Hamilton might insist on Booing tho re mains and oioato a sccna. Thofactofthorotuova! caraoout ata meeting of the nenlth Board yestordny morning, when Adair ,1 Aldrod, tho undortakors, madu an ap plication to Iteglstor Kagle tor permission to transfer Mr. Hamilton's body, upon Its arrival here, from tho Grand Central depot across the city to Brooklyn. With this application wns filed tho nectssary proof of Mr. Hamilton's death. It was an affidavit sworn to by Coroner Henry Codoot .Uvnti'-toti, Uintah count, Wyo ming. The necessary permit was granted to the undertakers, and before noon tho burial hud boon accomplished. ltobort Hay Humlltou met his death in tho wildest region of tho Rocky Mountains while awaiting iu seclusion tho day when a trial In court would ronovv tho scandal that had wrecked htsllfo. At tho time of his death he was 30 5 ears old. He had served his constitu ents well in the Assembly, nnd wns a great grandson ot ono of the must distinguished Amorlcan statesmen. Tho stabbing of Ivurno Mary Ann Donnelly at Noll Cottnge, At- inntio i lty, in .iuiy, jwtj. uy t.va Jtnnn. llrst Introduced to the publlo tho wo man who has since called hersolf Mrs. Eva Hamilton, l.va Mann nt that time claimed a right to thonamo Mrs. Hamilton. Hho had gone through tho form of marrying llobert Hay Hamilton and ho acknowledged her as his wife. Nurse Donnelly, who' had boon ongnged to csro for an elght-mnnths'-old baoy. wns forlously wounded by the ivorj handtod dagger with which her mistress stabbed hor. Kva Mann was convicted of felonious nssault nnd was sentenced to two years In tho Jersey penltontl.irv. the was subsequently pardonod. Meantime, it had nppeared that Mrs Ham ilton, previous to hor marriage with Hamil ton, had led a disreputable life, nnd that the baby supposed to bo Hamilton's wns a child purchnsed for $10 in order to induce Hamil ton to marry the woman. Hint sho had lived with Joshua Mann, and liad boon known as tils wife, was n it dlM'Utid. I nt il the-o details of hor past life woro brought to light, Hamilton remained faithful to the woman. Kvcntually he brought suit to annul the marriage, on tho ground that before lils marriage his wife had reallv been the wife of Joshua Menn. To prove that sho had been legally murrled to this man Involved along lawsuit. It was while this suit was ponding that Hamilton went Into partnership with John Dudley r-argont. who had beon a stage driver In the llockies. and who was anxious to estab lish a tourist lcsoit somewhere noar Yellow stone l'urk. Hamilton wantod to get away from New Vork until his case wns culled for trial in October, 1M!M). nnd he went Into Wy oming with t-argont and built Hamilton Lodge, near Jn ks.on s Like. This was In June nnd tor some tlmo Hamilton dropped out of sight. On tho morning of Pept. 15. 1800. TiiK "UN received n de-.p itch fr.iin Helena stating tint Itol ert l'liy Hamilton had been accidentally drowned threo weeks heforo. while erosing Hnuko lllver. In Jackson's Hole At first every one accoptod the stnrj nstruo. Ml. J. O. Greon. a son of President Norvln Ureon of thoWest orn Union Telegraph Company, with a party of searchers, found the body lo Igod In tho branches of a fallen tree In a bit of still water In tho Snake Itiver. The body answered n general description of Hamilton, nlthough It was much ilei ompocd It was dressi d In Hamilton's clothing, and In the pockets were found his wnt h and 11 book. Doul ts ns to tho identity of the corpse arose lntor. It was ns.oi ted that Hamilton nnd been seen nllvo nfter this body had beon found. One man profesed to have een him in Australia, and it was reported that litters had been recolved from him from various parts of this country. There wire many who did not believe that ltobert Itay Ham ilton was dead. To settle these doubts the body was dlbinttrred on Oct 0. lwil, nnd wns caiefitlly examined for buch marka as would Identity It if It were the bodyof llnm llton. This examination established beyond doubt tho f-t that it was really the body of ltobert flay Hamilton. After this examination tlu remains wero again Intern d within a short distance of Hamilton lodge, and thero they havo romalncd until they were removed to New York for burial In Groenwood. a noaiAX ncsi dead. A Jtlyatrrj of hn Kill Von Kull that Mar lie S-olved lu-llns. Nkw nnuvBWicn. July 20. While Oysterman David H. Van Pelt of niznbethport wns at work In tho Kill von Kull just off tho I.loblg fertiliser fact ry ut Carteret this morning he noticed a human body floating no tr an oyster stake Bomo distance out in the Hound. Ho brought itashoro. It was that of a woman about 40 years old. She woro a dress of brown silk, a jockey cap to match, new high gaiter, nnd well-mndo umieiclothlng. Thero was no jewelry etcopt n palrol cheap carriuga. At Drake's slorgue at Woodbrldgo an esaminntlon of the clothing was inndo to Ilnd marks ot identification. Thero was none whatever on the clothos. In thu pocket of tho dress wns found u busi ness card of lohn I Indsay. gardener and llor ls, of Plalndolit. There was also a curd of Mrs. I.indsiit'H employment agoney. Another enrd wns found ot Mrs. Van Iloskerck's em plnvmont iigono, 70 West Seventh Mreet, Plalntleld. T here was also a circular of an excursion from Plnlnlleld. County Physician Donoliue was notlflod. He left iSnw Diunswlck shortly before noon. When he arrived at Woodbrldgo lie made a superllcial examination of tlie body. Ho found thero wero no marks of violence. Ho said the body had boon in tho water about twelve hours, nnd that he thought it was it caso of suicide. home women say thny hoard screams In the direction of the kills about 10 o'llock lat night, and shoitly after this Information was recolvod William Gieen recognised tho woman ns ono ho had mot on tho load )o-terdny nfter noon At that time she was strolling nlnng in tho direction of Cnrtent, rending a news paper. He had nover seen hr before. Tho supposition Is that sho went to that part of tho epuntiy with somo of tho eveiiihlonlbts that wero there vosterday. Thero wero 4,000 persons from New York at Jlovn ton Ileiieli yesterday nftornoon. They came up In two Inrges tovvid by thoCygnus. Tho llhukblrd brought a third barge, with n thousand iroro morrv makers, up to Mauler's, iiplcnlo ground a mile below. Tho woman mny have wandered away from ono of those parties. It 1 not believed that fdie belongs In this Immediate district. County I'liynillan Donohuo will mako an autopsy to-morrow morning When Van Telt first saw tho body therCwcro four rarculs with it, but he let them iloat uvvay, All Kit TUK SUKATKUS. Itarnndcaa to Frml Tlirlr .Name nnd Ad. dieaeea tn the 1'we'nri Jnwp-ctora, The following notlco wis pouted nt the headquarters of thoClonkinakers' Union, 152 Kocond btroot, yesterday; All inemhers are kindly requested to write down on a pises of jajsr the names und addresses of tha sweaters they know. It does not make any particular difference In ml at tran.lior garuiut luakiugthey are engaged, lours iruly, Junrii uinojm.s. A box hung beside the notice for the slips. A large number of people drnpptd In slips containing tint nnmuiuiul nddresnisof sweat er whovlolatn tho Ituesoh l'ailorj law, , "This law. If enforced, will mnko the sweat ing Mslrm impossible " raid Ihtrnndess to a hi'N reporter. "I shall send these clips as 1 olntera to tho factory inspectors." Take Ihe New York Ceotral tor Adirondack Mountain mens, bss time ubif.-xrfe, lIKAr. roACHKHH mSMAYKD. Capt. llrnne Una tlir Whole Fleet Now nt Ilia M-ic). Bak rmscisco. July 20 Advices received to-day from Sitka say that tho steam schooner Jonnlo und tho Alaska Comniorclal Company's schoonors Kodlftnnd Lottie have nrrlvodthero In chnrgo ot prlro crows from tho United States steamer Mohloan. They wero seb.od on Juno 0 near Holdovta lliy for Illegal sea otter fishing. Tho nutlvo hunters on the vessels woro compelled to roturn to tholr homos on Kodlak Island. Tho vossoU will probably be roloasod on bond to appear betoro court hero In October. This action of Undo Sam has croated a pro found sonintlon among tho whites nnd na tives In Alaska, for it is tho first Interference with tho Ittoratlvo son otter fishery. Tho natives roaognlze that if this rule be enforcod tholr last hopo of subsistence is gone. Thu Aleutian Islnndors havo mndo their living for yonrs from this Industry, but lately thoy havo nlmostbeon drlvon out by white hunters in largo schooners, armed with breechloaders. The solzure of these Vessels was Intended to break up tho practice of hunting tho otter with firearms, n prlvllegodonlcd tothnmtlv.es. Tho Mohican Is now at Port I'.tehcr In Prlnco Willi tin Hound, with the Corwln nnd Hush, watching tho Hrltlsh poach"rs who nreoager to land, or transfor tholr cargoes of sealskins. The Moiilcan inn on n reef mi Tugldall Island nnd ripped off fifty feet ot hor false keel, but got off ngaln all right. The llrltUh poachers nio Inn tight plnco owing to "lighting Iloh" Kv ana's prompt action. Thcynre loaded with sealskins which thoytooklu the open ocean, hut thoy don't dnre to enter lleliilug Sea with their cargoes for foar of capture, and they dis like to roturn to Victoria because thoy lose valuable tlmo. , Touchers continue to nrrlvo at Port Ltchor, hut thoy aro only allowed to repair damages or get fresh water. They havo tried many no vices to transfer tholr cargoi. but nil have been detected. Tho seniors ara In n box. nnd thoy recognlyo It. roon the wholo floot, scventy-ono in nil. will bo nt harbor, and then some plan will be decided on. Perhaps a por tion ot tho fleet will return to Victoria with the skins nnd tho others w 111 try their luc furthor north. SHOT BT A HOUSE TTIIEF. Two Dnpntlea Killed While Triton; to Cap ture) as Kentncky Freebooter. Lkxinotov. July 20. In Montgomery county early this morning Kavanaugh Tipton, the jailer of the oounty: Thomas Howard, a con stable, and George llnyhurn, a mombor ot tho posso, woro shot by John Hherrell, a horso thief. Tipton and Howard are dead, and liny burn is perhaps mortally Injured. Last week Sherrell stole a horse from a man who lives near the toot of the big hill In Madison county. Kavanaugh Tipton learned thntMiorroll had gone to Montgomery county, nnd he located him at the houso of Georgo Pipps. near tho Mcnlfoe line. Ho took Constable Tom Howard. Georgo Hayburn.and two other men with him yesterday und stnrted for tho Pipps houso. Thoy arrived thoro about 2 o'clock this morning. Tipton led tho way Into the houe. A voice from one of the rooms, which ho rocngnlrcd as that of Pipps. asked: "Miols that, and what do you want '" "Ivavanaugh Tipton," replied tho jailer, "nnd I am out electioneering " "All right, I'll get up and light the lamp." snld Pipps. Ho nt use, and coming toward Tipton struck a match. Ashe did so Tipton asked him who the man wns that was In bed with him. Iteforo Plpp- could reply Miorrell fired his pistol from tho bed and shot Tipton through tho head. Ho tell without a groan. A second shot killed Tom Howard Dy this time George Km burn had entored tho room, and betoro he could shoot in the direction of Shorrell the latter shot him through the arm. Thon Mterrell dashed out ot tho door and disappeared In the darkness, llnybitrn followed him, but two bulldogs at tacked him. Int'--'ug ii juries of such a serious nature tti'dl be mar not rocovvr. The news ot tho bhootlng reached Mcrllng at 11 o'clock to-daj. in lets than an hour a posse of about twenty-five nun. armed with Winchesters, boardod u spolIu! train for the bceno of the tragedy. If If. Cl.trELAn PLEASED. Tha Madtaon Squire Garden Veettnx Fur I'sctrfed Ills Kxpectatlone. Buz7trD'H IHt. July 2a After returning from a fishing trip iostordn afternoon Mr. Clevoland convursid nt length nbout hlsislt to Now York to attend tho notification meet ing, lloforo he went to Now York, ho said, ho had somo mNgivingsns to the success ot the affair at Jladlron r-qunro Gnrdcn. It was an ottorlment. nnd. like all experi ments, was llnble to fall below tho expecta tions of tho managers In many regards. Hut the reality was oven grentcr than tho most confident had dnred to predkt. "I reuird tho gathering ns a lemnrknble ono," continued Mr. Cleveland. " I was led to make a comparison with tho business men's meeting of a i ist campaign, which drovv to petltertlio largest crowd 1 had ever seen In New lurk: but I think there were in'HH pooi le in lho Gird mi on Nodno-id-i night, nnd ns fot tho vast cnncouiso out side, it e.coeled nn thing I had thought of. 1 am deoply giatillml with it nil. Whetlior or nothl" plan ot meeting the Com mittee of Nntlfletti in will prevail In the futuro I am not pre ared tosav. Inm not certain that a prei edent has ; oeu e'labllslie 1 but that t'o v. hole nllaii War- vtu nely Hiiit'ossfiil ou this occnblon wasappan nt toovory one." Mr. Cleveland l nUo very much plcnsod with thorecoptlon tendered to him bv the Sngnmoro Club In Harlem on Thuisdnv evening, no spoke vers freely tenanting thn affair, nnd his sat infliction was eiossei In strong I rngu tge. Ho has not tho slightest doubt of the sincerity and loyalty of those krosent to tho tlckot nominated at Chicago Tho stories that have been published concerning secret conferences with T.iminnny magnates are, hv savs, with out foundation. Tho ox-Pnsldont roferi e 1 In nattering terms to the work douo by William C Yv'hlf ey "I think I can work hard mysolf," snld Mr. Cleveland, "hut vvhltney enn outdo m efforts. Hels Indefatigable from earlymmnlng till Into nt nUht. i wonder how he keeps up as ho does." Inferring to thn reports that ho would visit Rorienlo and the illrnndacks. he s.tld thine was no foundation whtlover for either roport. Hn will not visit eithur I Inco. "Iiuz7ard's Hiy Is satisfactory to mo," ho said, "and hure 1 Intend to romnin." AS Silt. V1EL As TIIHtaS. A Member of the Hi lllsh I.egintlon at VVaeh. Incton T'nlLa Si men bat, MovTJtrii, July 20. Arthur Poel, a member of tho British Legation at Washington, who is on a visit to Canada. Is reputed by tho chief Tory organ ns having mndo some cry stinngo remarks about the retaliation nionsunmudopt ed by tho Unili il Mutts hennto nnd nbout American matters generally. Speaking of tho Presidential election. Mr. Peel bald that It mattered little to l.nglnnd which of (ho Presi dential candidates was eleilnd In his oVln Ion Mr. Cleveland v "iild bo icturneii, Hesald that for homo tliim nt llnre was a most nntli eablo (-ntlniviit prevailing nt Washington in in r of a icilucth n of the tarllT, I'l.iinln.'iit lleiuiblli.ius were henrtlly sick of tho Mehlnlej bill, lie ciiusool tho itlnilliu content at present in progress, nil i unlit vied with inch other In twlbting the IIkii s tall, but ho tpectiij that the niouieiit thn elci tions were over an iiuilca hie arrangement would he made w 1th refoii mo to tho Behi iug hc.i matter ami other que-d Ions ponilliig which aro ot intercut tn t uniiiiliiiis. Notwithstanding the fmt that the I 111 loins Canadian vessels pan-lug tluougli the .Ntulr Cin.'tl had pasn,-d both tloiihes. he thought that It was mi eloctlou card w hit h was I eing played and which would hn ilai oil I m k in tho pick brfnrM any serious ilam.igo could bedonn to I iiniidlun i n.nmorcu. The ll inc-lcud trouble win, In his iipln'nn, a tiump card foi the Dciiiocrats. It proved Iminnd a doubt Mint tho worklngmen were ilissattlled, nnd thut tho llenubllc iu partv could nut hoj.e to securo their sharoof tho labor vote, which had greatly increased since tho last Presidential election. Drowned Iu n I'lill idrlputii rMvlmralnicJPoot. Pnii.tDEirHiA, July 2a Hdward J, Meyer, a travelling salenman fir A'oegg, Ih eseh Co. of Grand and (Ireeno streets, Now ork ilty, was drnwnoJ while bntlilu In thn swimming po il ol tho tvat.itoriiim, opposite tho M rat ion I Hoti I, this nflerii ion. Tho body was taken to tho undertaking estnblishiuent ot J, Lewis Good uttCl hpiuio stieet. Besntirul Manhattan lleach lllgheit temperature yssierdsy 78. Oriental and Manhattan JJoiils. OU Bore's land. Brock's nrsworkk-ds, y . , BERKMAN'S GROUP FOUND. StOttlCK AnnXSTEDATI.OXO nilAXCtl ; ES13IA OOI.DMAS TRACKED, Tha Mnn Who Shipped Money ta tha As. aita-ln nt llttaburh Lived tn the Plnme llootua In New York nlth Kmni Uold mnn, Ihe Aaeaaaln'e M letreaa It waa One Door from the Firth Hlreet Police Station I.net Week tha Wornnn wan Alwnya Itunalne: Out lor tha Newspapers and TteeelvlnB Great Jlany TeleBranas, Chief Itoger O'Mnra of tho Pittsburgh nolico obtatuod ovtdenco yestordny In regard to tho man frank Molllck, who wai arrested early yostorday morning nt Long Ilranoh, that directly connects tho prisoner with Lmma Goldman, tho Now York anarchist, as well as with hor lovor, Borkman. tho assassin of H. C. Prick. Boon aftor the shooting of Mr. Frlok a woman living Iu Allegheny wont to Chief O'Mnra and told him that dlerkman had boarded with hor on or about July 10. four days betoro the as sassination, nnd that on that dato ho had got a small package from Long Branch by Adams Express. Inquiry nt tho express office showed thntl'rank Molllck hnd on July 18 sent $0 to llerktnnn. Tho day Chief O'Mnra verified the woman's etory ho telegraphed to Chief of Po lice Lnyton of Long Branch to arrest Molllck If he was in the town. Chief O'Marn followed the telegram as far as this city. From horo ho again telegraphed Chiot Lay ton: "Arrest V. Molllck, chargod with being an accessory bofore and after the fact of tho shooting of II. C. Frlok-." Chlof Layton got this telegram at 11 o'clock on Monday night. Ho had already locntod Molllck nt the bakery ot Frederick Illcdl, at 83 Broadway, nnd had learned from the expross agents In Long Branch that Molllck had sent tho packago to Berkman. Chief Layton wont to lltedl's bakery, but when Mr. Hludl In sisted that thero must bo some mistake he went away without arresting Molllck. Ho re turned nt 2 o'clock yostorday morning, how ever, and arrosted his man. Molllck was not examined, but was taken at once to Police Headquarters and locked up. Yesterday morning, when questioned, he at first donled knowing Borkman. Then ho said he had mot htm onco two years ago. Berk mnn had lent him some money when ho was hard up. About two weeks ago. ho said, ha had Bont Borkman somo money because Berk man was hard up. Whon asked how he knew whoro Berkman waa now. ho turnod away and rotusod to talk further. Molllck was seon yestorday afternoon at Long Branch by The Suv reporter, ne said that he was 111 years old and came to this country Six yeais ago from Austria He went to work tn Neumoyor'a rostaurrntnt 100 Allen street. Now York. From thero he went to a mau named Kchminke. who kept n bakery In Houston street, between Chrystlo nnd Forsyth. Ho wns foreman thore for one yoar. From Bchmlnkes he went to a bakery in Third avo nue, near 125th btroot He refused to give tho name of tho owner of this oakery. When asked when he first met Berkman, he said, "ITvo years ago." ne explained that about two years ago ho had borrowed $5 from Berkman, but had repaid It a few months later. About throe weeks ago Bergman wroto to him for money. He wanted $10. Molllck had not $10, but sent him all ho had-$a "''How did Berkman know where you were?" wasnskod. ' I dou't know," said Molllck, and ho turned away. Chief O'Mara and Detective Sergeant Mul voy of the New Y'ork police reached Long Brnnch at 2 o'clock yostorday afternoon. Mol llck was brought from his cell and searched. No pipers were found on him. When Chief O'Mara questloraed him ho repentod the story ho told tho reporter. When ho was asked if ho was mirrled he snld ho was not. He said positively that he did not know the Goldman woman. 1 rom Police Headquarters Chief O'Mara went to Molllck's room. Molllck roomed with two other bakorswho went to Long Branch from this city. The) protested th it Molllck hid no papers or lettors. Chief O'Mnra searched tho room and. stowed nway In a corner, he found a paper bag full of papers. The first paper ho drew out was a tologram. It road: NswTaai. July 2. T VoUifk, err JT'irff, Lang JVnnc Tome ss soon as possible. Nothing dangerous. Ooldmix. Molllck was at once confronted with tha tel egrnm. He turned pnle. Then he said: " I am married. I was mistaken when I said I was not My wllo. or the woman I Hvo with, Uvont.TtO Kast Fifth street She was sick, nnd that tologram was sent to me to tell mo to come to her." "Why should you he asked to go to hor when the telegram said she was not danger ous" Molllck was silent. "Do sou know who sent that telegram ?" was asked. "No, I don't," he said. " Don't jou know tho Goldman girl?" Molllck was silent for a minute; then he burst forth: "Yes. I do. But whose business Is It? I hnvu a right to know hor. She told mo to eomo to sen my wife. Sho Is my friend. My wife was sick, and she tolograohod me to come." "Who attended jour wife?" "Dr. Hoffmnn, who lives in Seventh street betwec'n lirst and Socond avenues. He knows, mo well." (Dr. Hoffman Is tho physician whose wife onco gavo ball for John Most Sho hns just died, and Is to be hurled to-day.) " Hovr did Berkman know where to write to you I" was nowngnlnnsktd of Molllck. "Ho knew where 1 was," Molllck ropllod. sullenly, "Did you know that he know tho Goldman woman "Ask him nnd see," said Molllck. Leaving Molllck Chief O'Mnra went to Jus tice Mocum to uiuku it duly attested complaint against Molllck. Justice Hlocum refused to accept It. Having that ho would deal with no i. (lender uules he violated the law In Loug llriiiii.li. Chief ot l'olko Lnyton, however, ngii'i d to hold Molllck until the arrival of ex tradition papnrs from lTttshmgh, thief f) Mara expects tho papers thin morning. He will go th Long ilninch to-dnv and urrauge to take dollkk to l'cunsyliani.i I'ledeilck Hleill. tilt employer of Molllck, was i ot in Loug Branch yesleulay. His wife said hu hnd gone to New tori., rilie said that hor bust and hired .Molllck nbout six vvi nks ago ut Lincoln Hall, a resort tor I ftkurs. lit the comer of Allen nnd lloii'ton btreuts. Ho was a good hakor. She never knew him to get any mall ortn go to (be i ost lltllce. About Iwu weeks ugo sho said that Jiolllck went to New lork. silting ho wanted to nee his wife, Ho blued In New ork one day. When ho e.imii back ho biotiuht two new linkers with linn. Tlicao nun aru now employed by Mr. Moill Msnhnut r feet 7 Inches (all, with n rniuli of bluun hair, nnd it luistly black beard, ills Inco lb lull, and hi" complouoii Is sullovv vMien ho wasiibked: "Do ton bclievo that Aniiiehisls aro tight V" hiinnswu'd ' I vorv iiinn oliould live. It Is not rljht for thn rich to giin I down the t oor " l hlef O'Mitru anil Muge.int lulry got back to.ew lork at II o'clock lirnt iiUhl, They wont iHrei t In Dr. Il.,ffninu's houeo at 02 I ist beveiith "tree!. To Chief O'Mnra Dr. lloffmuii sild, that ho knew no tiian by tho uamu of Jlolllcl;. either at IJ10 Last lifth etreet or any othor place, Hu did not either admit or deny that ho knew thn ih I linnn woman. He was cltlv that ho h id in I tio.ited r ii-lled an) into i.ts nt .'UOlastHfth street, It lu.u bu that .Mol llck merely lined Di. Holfmiin's nuino at n venture, having heaul of him as a phslian who Iu Id nn irdilbtio tho rleo. 1 rom Dr. Hoffman's l hlol O'Mnra wont to Police HcndquurteiH. He wantod to go over the other papers found in Molllck's room and see, If thero was nut evidence that others vveie as-' soclated with Borkman. A Bun reporter found Emma Goldman laU i last nigh- nt Molllck's rooms In riflh street. 1 mmn Goldman leased throe rooms on tlm llrt floor of .'MO 1-nst Tilth street on Juno 14. The tenement tidiolns Liuluo Com pany 2 1. mul tho Filth streot etntlou house is tu.t to Hint, on tho. eornor. Lniuin snld vvhou leasing tho rooms that thoy woro only going to bo occupied by four persons. 1 Ight rciilly came. Thoy were Kinliin, Molllck nnd his wife, two mon de scribed ns bourdons a hoy. lludolph. 7 years ph , mul n girl r jears old, said to bo tho Mol. licks children, and n Hussion woman who actod ns sorvnnt. Molllck wont to Long Branch a few days nfler thn rooms wero tnkon. Mrs. Walsh, tho housekeopor. who is a Ger man, thought she had got n queer housuhold on hor hands nnd wnlched It closely. , A leporter knocked nt the Molllck's door mt night, and una admitted by n lovely llttlo flaxen-haired, blue-ered girl Sho was hug ging a rag doll. A woman snld tho child was Mrs. Molllck's fi-ycnr-nhl daughter. Tho llttlo girl spoke Lnitlisli, lint was bashful, and could not Tin Induced to tnlfc. Thero w.is n mlddlo aged IlusBian vvoriaii clcvnlng up tlm house. Who could not speak a wont of Ktiallsh, nnd pointed to (ho little girl when questioned. Mrs Walsh said tho Mollleks had beon re ceiving visitors at all times of tho day and night. The visitors vvuro Ill-looking men for tho most lull mid poorly diessul. There seemed to ho continuous suppressed nclto motit In tho Mnllleks's rooms. Almost evory mall brought loltirsmlilrehsnd to Mrs. Molllck. 1 mmn Goldman wns running Iu und nut all tho time Thn cry of n m wnboy would cause tho blggost Ulnd of u bustle. Tho Goldman woman would buy all tho newspapers that ennio along Mrs. Walsh said Kmmn's mall wns big. too. nnd last week telegrams In gin tn come. It wns on Saturday of hint wees, that hoi lover shot trick. .Mrs Walsh said that sometimes Linmii bud got tout telegrams Iu ono day. lostorday alternoon just nfler the showor (which wirnftei t tin news nf Molllck's nrrost bail been published), Mrs Molllck knocked at Mrs. Walsh's door nnd wild sho bad togoaway right off. Hmma Goldman und u young man In n light suit nnd a straw but wero waiting for Mrs. Molllck. Mrs. Wnlnh hnd lead iibout Lin m a Goldman In Ihe tiownpnjots. and asked Mrs. Molllck If tho womnti who was with her was tho samo person. Mis Molllck huirlcdly declared th.it It wns not, nnd. pressing her keys Into Sirs. Walsh's hand, hurtled off. Tho reporter waited for Mrs. Molllck and Lmni'i Goldman to letutn. At 11 ', o'clock a frowsj -bended German, about 25 years old, with an old slouch hit. gold spectacles, and patches of light lut Ir on his jaws camo ulong. Mis. Walsh slid It Was ono uflho boatders. Hountcrud tho houso and tho toportir fol lowed. Tho man donled that tho Mollleks or the Goldman woman lived thine. Mrs. Pollak was the woman's mime who had tho apartments, he num. 1 ho name Pollak Is on the boll plato. T he man bald he was a modellor named T Im tnarmnii. and had just got tluough work. Thu rerorter had liardli lift tho house whon Timmetnian camo out. glanced around, nnd started towaid the llowery. looking over ills sliouldorevei v few steps. At hecond nvenuti ho met a voting woman, bho took his arm and they ciossed tho street. The reporter accosted them. MIssGnldmnn became filghtened when asked If she was Lroma Goldman. Shtlstepped buck ns If to get nwny. bhebild hho vvus not Liiimn Goldman at llrst. She is rathor small nnd slightly built. Her fuco Is long but rather full, hho iiiuyluivo been good looking once. Hurlialrwits awry, and sho had boeu thinking. The rolioitcr Mild hu was positive that she Was the person he wiib Rocking. ' Well, who aro von t" she bald. Tho reporter told her. " Come in here und I'll spenk to you." Sho led the wb) lulu a short, daik, narrow hallway, thu " I idles' entrance ' to the " urn Grohon Michel." an Anaichlstio rosort ton doors from the Bowerv and opposite Beetho ven Hull. Therewoion ncoru of men In tho place, and as she ontcrwl she put her linger to her lips T he men stnred at tho reporter. " Well what do you want to know '" "Did jou know that Berkman was going to kill I'rlck whon ho left this city ?" "No!" "Did lioovertilk about tho matter to you or In your prosoncor" "Nol" Miss Goldman then sail tint she would not s.i (nothing lurthur, o.ccpt that sho knew Berk muii. The other bonrdor at her house Is described as a small, slight man. Tilth hall-elosod eyes. He riKcivod a telegram on bnturday nigl.t which wssaddiessed Aortiror Oortor. It was le irned that too police will pi ol ably nnest Lmma Goldman t once on tho strength of tho orldemo already obtained. Chief O'Mnru evpects that lmpoitiuit Information will reach him wltli tlie teqtlibitiou for MuIIIlI. this morning. This infoitniitlon will doubtless lead to tho arrest of otln r alleged Anarchists. s,pulktll of tho probability o! Molllck'n being avvaro of Berkmnn's Intention to shoot Mr. 1 lick, Chiof O'Mntu said lisl niklit: "Berkman 1 a tool, nervy mnn. Ho Wns doubtless selm ted on that account. I believe Molllck knew where he was nnd nbout vvh it ho was golngto do. Beikn.in and -Molllck each knew where the oilier wis. iVrkmuu was woikingnnd Molllck furnished funds. "Besides that, tho Goldman woman, an Anarchist and Berkmnn's Mend, was te'e grnphlng nnd wrlllng to Molllck. The words nothing dangerous' might lust as well in. an that Moilick'b part In tho business w.is not risk. Molllck is a blirewd liar." At tho ofllcoof the .li In iter cifimo;. 01 Po lancey street, n well-known labor agltatjr said yesterday that I. mmn Goldman four vo.itsngo was married oi living with a man us Ills wlfi- in ltocln bter. "A friend of mine " he continued, "llvod in the sninn houso with them und I new the pair well. T he did n it nieo very well to'itticr. lived a cat and dog lilt-, iu fact, and boparated. Whither thoro wero any divorco proceedings or not 1 could not say. ' It was stated veslordny that Miss Ooldmnn was vvcdl know n among Anarchists in Roches ter ami other ii litres I esitb-s Now ork. Though blie is only nbout 2." jears of age, she hns had a busy life -pi aklng at Anarchist lui'i tings for a nu m I or of tenis. hho Is well known to the Hobrow nnrchlsts nftheei t hI I and often spoke at meetings mul hillHo'iLnst Lto.idway. hhu iaiithot ough revolutionist. At tin beginning of tho great lockout of tho cloakmakerrt she npoko at a mass meeting, nntl ele trilled tho uudlenco by a violent lnrauguu. Traolt hunger It III I.e ive the Urondwuy '1 lirntrc. It was announced definitely Inst night that Manager Frank Kangitr of the Broadwav The-itio will soon glvo up his connection with that lilayhouso and ussumo tho management of the new 1 mpiro Theatre. Manngur hai ger ,ild that Henry French of tho Garden T heatie and Mr. Zbor.ivvskl. own ( rs of throe-fourths of the Broadwnj Theatre Piopcrl). w mid jointly manage the Broad way. Mr. t-augcr proliabli will dispose ot hid btock In tho Broadway within ,i week. The tVrnllier. Tlie warm wave lie'd full sv.ay yesterday over the Mlsilsslppt and Ohio vallcj s, the mldil'e Mistily St ilci, the loner Itctr Lritlaml htatrs slid Ihe lako rrmon The heat was the most tere lelt In July since 17.1 Then tlie trim vrntlire touched ii 1 In Ihls It) lei terday the mine comlilli n prevnilril and tlelrmjcr ature riarheil '.if l" at .' .0 I', M , keip iu "ti ati aier aire ot ;i lie? hisher tliruuifhnut the iU) than mi V'nn da), and Willi,' liy-hidrit l lie warmest .'ilih uf Ju j mi rcior I There seems to le very little hnpr of aii .! Ilelcnol weitlher for a day or s i The centre o, I Ull rrsstiro remains uh mi stationary over lhv mi it i Atiuitiu Mate, mi I thr area ut luir nen ire r v r.tlt. North wsitanl?firltiriulbtAlis tlvertli Ukr.r.i,lkthvro appears lo be ilov rl .p ng a ernull area of 1 'h prvisure, which If it imria.es to stitncirtit p jnriiom, i, a af. ford a slight timporary relief 1 lau-inir a dro, In tenioratnre lo nUlu. ItilliUtitj rutrrilay the hent v.nseppus,ie. The hiuul lit) w i nrvrr lovcr Ihun slxt)-euht h r cent nnd uriitasi -Ii as levcnty live, which inn le tli ita mire into crat e until ahout I 1 M w lien the i lutiils tic.n n to intlnr uid a thunder sinrni p ii t mir Jttauitit the li mt erattire tnilrnp from li ilri; lonjigrtn; hi I alf en hour ami ihe hu uililii) I U luilxty tvrn,r inn. The v,tnd cbniisM from mutti in nor Hi w ear, sn I Inrnared lavelu lty Iretti In ir towUletu miles an hour Tlie tUri-iouirlor ut Perry's iiannary tn Tus bis bull , in, recorded the It inprraturc ) e.erda ns foil oi si ISU l'ii Ml. iw rt V VI .' 7' ,I1H' U, Tlii ki 111 l ' ' '.H III' VI ., 7I rtj II M il HI" i P M , , , 71' hi' .' U 71' to- I.' Vlil 17 H.l Avrlne ,. f n iv' .luri.i un Jul) '.li, IS it ,. , 7oJe a sun si tus h nn i-T ti it uni-tiinii lor Maine, .New liatnpi'ure nn 1 Vermont, fair weatb er, westerly n li, il'ithili i Ur on the coast tor viMsachti.itle, llhtile Islsn I, and 1 1 iitiectlcnt, reuernll) fair vesterly ln!i, pcnihly lo' nl tlinmler storms l) Wilneiday iiluhl, stiliily cccUr Mcdnes day el eullig ureiilrin Jr J'.irtr, eurere 'enniitriintii, JV'rn J'eney, fli I Wiirnre, 'ifitt il',irf i vtiltrtif Wis, fc, ml tj virfa IU fitilfr ts IS IfilrMoi'. yor Writ Viritlnla neitern New York western PetinijivanU OU o, and tmlMint, local I tiunjer storms, sojtt erly ulndi, nairner in souiherii Imliaiia tor the Hisirlrt if i o iiaiWa anl Marylaut, local tlioneriuiiil pri'buh ) a sliciit Ull in tela) erature, varlshle winds It Is protable that cooler aeather mil prevail Thurs day tUou(hout the Northern Slates. i TIIE HUNT FOR AXAHCIIISTS. 1 viTTsnvnaii l'ot.tci: ctn rixc n as to H V A yioi AHA1XST THICK. &H itsnnnl An Importnnt Arrest of n Companion of rf' llrrkmnn, AVIiohb llotien le rtltert with iinH' AnnrclilttQ I.lternture nnd ftvldrnee of TenH Mllllngnese tn Obey the Miinrtiite of illv the Followers iif thn Itrd ring-ll'llnn. SH nell r-iild to tio rntsenlnfc nn the) pH Strike JSevr Term IriiOSrd tn tha llnmfll Men by the tninecle Company-S. It is. cH' ller'lliul the Hti Ike, Mnr Honn lie United bbbbI' by the rtiirremlcr nf the- Men Anntlier nlnnn rttrlkrr Tnlien tn ilnll on n Clinrjie nt ''il' Jslutder The J'tinlliment or Inm. yamnnlr MnnV FlTTsnunntt, July 2(1. Tho condition ot llB' Ilonry C. Frlek, tho manager of tho Cnruegl nl Ftecl Compnny. who so nnrrnvtly rscnpvd as- iv'H' eassinntion nt tho IuiihIh of thn Anarchist rB Berkman. hns not lmt roved to-dnv. though nH to-night hn Is novvorso than last night. His '-nilnmmel physlclun savs tho ccosslvo lient Isresponsl- InH bin for tho la 11 n i o to improve Worry nt his lil Inability to nltuiul lo his business also hns a IIbH grent deal to do with It. fntnene! 1 nch of thu nine wounds Inflicted on him Is fil boiling, tho doctor savs ns well ns could he 'inl expeeted. nml his iron constitution g'laian- IVI tees that how 111 fully recover. But It will be linl some time jet befoio he is nblo to be about. TieBBBni Ho still Insists on trniisncllngsotne llttlo busl- & nessnndho teeelves somo reports nnd rends i-ltnmmmml them In his bed. Ho is much encntiugod nt iinBBe! tho news ho hears of tho prcgrcsR tho com- iil Inny is making in resuming work at t'.is rLea! Homestead mills. e'l Tho pollen of Pittsburgh nnd Allegheny to- inmmmmi night believe that thoy havo evidence uf- IdnmBBnl llclcnt to wiirrnnt them in sn) log th it the nt- H temptonMr.lt ek's life wns the irr.uU ot a I bbbbbI conspiracy, nml they believe Unit they have Lbbbbbi so-iio nt least of the chief conspirators s.tft '-H under lock nnd kov. Halt ut tho detectlvs : H force of tho two cities has beon nt work tn-diiy v l They havo eiiiitured one mini. Henry Il,iuoi SbBbbbI Among thn things they found in his lions ''ll was the ilan for making dynamite bombs, ill To-night thoy nro looking for nnothof lainBBe! mnn whoso descrution they havo und ot Sl whose Identity the) aro cortiiin. Hlshottsels SibbbbI bolng wntohed und his cubtomnry haunts are ll being searched, but up to 11 o'clock they have IbbbbbI found no traco of him. The evidonco they biH hiiva ng.iint this mnn is ns follows: IbbbbbI On tsaturdny nftcrnoon, a fow moments bo- SH fore the snooting, n l'ittsburgh business man Sbbbbb! wont into tho oDlco of tho Clirniiiele-'letevraph. ''IbbbbI which Is nn tho level with the street In th fl same building with tho Curneglo Steel Coin- I'LH piny's ofllce. and Is directly underneath th i'eBBBe! room in which tho shooting occurrod. f IbbbbI As this business man wits going Into the) "bbbbbI office he noticed Berkman entering the build- '1'bbbbI lng nt tho entrance leading to the olevator. ifl Thoro wns a mnn with him who stopped at it IbbbbI tho doorway und waited while Berkman went PsbbbbI on up stairs. The business man went Into tha tfeaBBal nowspnper ofllco. transacted his business. Kbbbbb! whteli occupied him about five minutes, and JIbbbbI then camo out. IbbbbbI As hu was leaving the building he) saw Uerlc- tl man como down nnd speak to the mau whomh lH hud left standing In the doorwny. The man took mLiIbbbbI a parcel wrapped in brown paper from his bbbbbbI pocket nnd handed It to Berkman. who thon (bbbbbI started up stairs again. Tho assassination teBBBBBi was nttompted within thrco tninutes aftor this bbbbbb! incident. -bibbbbI 'J ho business man says ho is positive that ''H ho can identify Berk man's comuanlon, and 'IbbbbbbI from his deseiliillnn of him tho pollco are jZVbbbi certain that thoy havo the right man located, tflB'l and that vlth this ovldenco nnd other ovt- fr' .asSmL deneo thattho) can gi t when the man Is cap- H tured they will havo posltivo proof of a con- 9H splrney. , ";? Chlof of rollce Murphy of Alloghony said ejBBBBai Into tills evening that hei bolleved the package yl which was given to Borkman contained either BbbbbI the pistol with which thu shootiugwus donoor 'fill the two fulmlnatoof meicury iaps which were OrieBBBBi found In Borkmnn's mouth after his arrest. bbbbbbI and with which It was plain ho Intended to kill '' "bbbbbI himself. Ho thought, ho said, that it most IbbbbbI likely conlnintd thn revolver. 2,!bbbbbI " S lion we get this tiling sifted down," raid .'.ibbbbbI the Chiuf, " I um ot tho opinion that it will be "RH found that thoro am a good many men in this bbbbbI consplrncy, nnd Hint tho assassination ot Mr. mbbbbb1 Frlck was dolibnnitely plnnnod, though the H plan was bunglingly curried out. TIiIh man H Borkman was uot tho Instigator, but the H "In your opinion, wns it planned in Pitta H burgh, or In New Vork ? ' nsked a roportor. H " I think Hint men in both cities had a hand '"bbbbbbI in It." reullud tho Cliler. M 'Ihennmoof Hrrr John Most Is frequently mentioned In eonnoetion with this alleged em spli iey, Huir M si has visited l'ittsburgh and Alli'ghenj several times, nndlt Is belloved that ho was in Allegheny no longer ago than LH 1 ho Mlctheny police on the ovenlng of that day leftised to permit tho Anarchists to hold a 'M melting tliev lint ndvcrllsed to takn plnoe, - und, necording to tho I ollce, Most was to speak nt that meeting. It is said positively H that Most was In l'ittsburgh two weeks before H this, and mw'oiillory siieoch to thoAnnrchlsts -H ! v reporter to-night asked CMM""M MuiiId whether thero was any evidence that would i onuee' Most with any plot Ho said lie n th thoro wns, "fsit true tliat Most will ho arrestod, as Is ren id nsked tho tH "J thlnlc ho will bo arrosted," was the an- H h er I'oleithH Hhoro of l'ittsburgh, who has fl ch ii go of tho caso ou this sldo of the Alio- ghenv lllver, said when asked nbout the Most H " Thero Is nt present no evidence against HerrMost eteept tint ho isn friend of two of H tho mon wo havo under arrest, Knolb and "The latter wns tho agent for his psporhere, nnd iinolb iniys Hint he has received many H lettors from Most, nil of which ho has burned, H lie si) h that iu these loiters Most warned him H against Berknian, telling him Hint lie wns a M laid man and not to trust him." Chlof Muridiy snjs ho takes no stork In this VM nsserllond hnolb about the advlco In Mont's fM letters. He says hu believes Knolb dcos not Mbbbbbi toll the truth on th tt point. 'bbbbbb! 'J UK Allltr.ST OF BiVEIt. .-Ibbbbbi lie Ilnuar Filled IV tth Annrrhlatlc I.lteraw turr-llle Culle on ItetkniHU. H rrrrsiiui.(iii, July 2tk-Honry Bauer, who jH was tho mnn most wanted by tho police In connnctlon with Aiiaiohlst Berkman, was nr- 4 H roslud at out noun to-day at his ofllie, 7H ' M rlirlng fmidou avenne, Allegheny (ity. It ' M wns feared that thero might lo tumble with i. H him, nnd unless tluiM a dni it detectives und i'bbbbbbbI rollcoimn wero near whin tho nnest wns H mado. 'lho pollen had lien vvnt hi g his , leuisu all night, hut I e diiln t go home. lather or not he h id kti wlodirn that ho m M wantod and remained nwny tor tr.at reason Is IbbbbbI not known, Only one mnn watched tho ofllce, ?Ibbbbbi and when Bail) r iirrived lliern about 1 1 o'clock lafl the mnn sent vronl I roiien H .ad ittartors. r f W hi II lho I . I . illllin WUlt in ho was btoop.u 'bbbbbI down tiing Ins hhoo, 'IjJbbbbi , " Well" I o detuitu led, in a voieo t tint trem- ,'VbbbbI bled ?H " The Chlof wants to sea you," said Detoc- IbbbbI tiviihteelf, SbbbbI " hat docs ho want to soo mo for?" asked IbbbbI Bauer, JEbbH "He wants tnnsk you snmonnesl Ions about ,7bbbb1 Borkiuan," unsnerid hleole. "Como ulong.' IbbbbI Uh, jou needn't sjeaU to me lu thut wsy," 4 bbbbI Ta-tMIMliMla-,1 siim - W.ijBa-BBBBB.