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1 I V 4 . THE SON, THURSDAY, AVGU&T II, 1898.
I i M MOB HMGSFOUR NEGROES. K m FB OJrD Troaivtiv .vd three men K Eft ID. LYNCHED IN CLARENDON, ARK. Wf m IK W nd Killed J. T. Orr of That Pine K R H$. n r in Jl" with Mrs. Orr-The fitf Hk latter Takes Poison and Diet In Her K B aK Cell-She Had Instigated the Murder. K i- Ufa lATniBocK.Ark..Aug.lO. Adespatohfrom at & Hk CUrendon says that last night Will Banders, W W R .whoflred the shotwhlohkllled John T. Orron L aK '' Bri(JaT'' Dennis Itlcard, Manso Castle, and - it .UK UUa Wcavor, a woman. accomplices, wero E He liangod by a mob. At midnight 200 1 Wm noQ h gathered near Court square 2 w IP n(l 'n a 'w m'nutes began to movo V E down tbo, mlddlo ot tho street In tlio V ft S direction ot tho jalL Whon the jail was reached j K m Deputy Sheriff Mllwee mado on effort to pre M I- Tent the mob from breaking in tho Jail. IIo I I f was overpowered, thrown to tho ground, and f' t fi the keys and his pistol takon away from him. 5 K. ft Asthopotntof arovolvorhe wasforcodtoopen ffi " s 4ha doors ot the jail and admit the mob. K j K On a cot near tho second entranco lay Mrs. K L Orr, uneonsolous and sinking, from on attempt fff K ut suicide, Noarher on another cot layRUla K '( k tVeavor, her attendant and accompllco In ft ? orlm. Bhe was immediately selrod, her hands m I M ' behind her, and as tho rope was being X 'I H tlod about hor neck she wo asked it she K " m' tad kiled John T. Orr. Bh replied that she B ' hidnot, Bhe was asked it sho know who killed ' .him, Bht repllodt &' X Z don't know who killed him, but I know Jf ' thai Mm. Orr wanted him killed." I K 4? ' "How long was silo trying to got him killed?" jjfc . I J1 "Oh.OTerayeari I tried to help hor get rid H y ' fij! tit him. We got Dennis Illoard to try and poison W ' W him, with, dried scorpion and snako heads, but ' h he seemed to got healthier. Mr. Orr was mean 4 L X to hU Wit, no would not buy hor enough M , W clothtng and she wanted him klllod." if" fef 'l The woman stood without fear and answorod R Questions promptly. Manso Costlo was next iK K brought out of his cell, and when ho saw the J' mob he oried out: if l' at " Hello, boys I I'm glad you camo. I want to ' Bb Si d,fti Ideserreto dlo. I borrowed the gun to if : p if JclU Mr. Orr, and I ought to dlo." E "Uanss. what modo you do that?" is if m "Oh.Mn).Orrmadomodrunkandthonaskod p, e; tno to got a gun and kill Mr. Orr. She prom- JF ' jf Isod mo S200 insuranco monoy. I got'tho gun "J. and put It in the sen-ant house and told Mrs, ' v " Orr where to And It ; I told her that I could not h kill Mr. Orr. as he was my friend. Yes. I ought B 4. to dloi we all ought to die, for wo are all guilty. 9 Will Banders killed John T. Orr. He told mo w tb ho did thefollowlng morning," f p. Dennis Bleard admltteil bolne Implicated in K I trying: to kill Mr. Orr. lie said that he tried Si. to hoodoo Orr. but that Orr had too much bII- , f. I ' jor in his skin. Will Sandors donled killing i- If Mr. Orr. but said ho had been trying to got 1 !t soma one to do tho job for Mrs. Orr. Ho Bald I I ft that llanse Oastl liad Toluntoored his sorviccs. i r f t- hut that hla nerve had failed him. 1 II' Mrs. Orr took poison whon tho mob camo. . ij -r': and was not taken out of the jail. The march ,1 I V began to q tramway about two hundred yards ' IP tram the loll. Tho tramway leads from tho i i rlyertothe seoond story ot Halrern sawmill. Vf Ileroahaltwasmadeand the victims were told 1 that they had tiro minutes to pray. Thoy all i f oled bravely, fe Crowds of poople moved down the lovee this ,g tnomlng to view the bodies. Between 8 and f It t o'olook the bodies were cut down by the hhoriff It ;fc and oarrlod ooross White Jllvor and buried In l.'t ; c the bottom. It was not known that the Orra il WJ pad Quarrelled. Two months before his death iv ffe he had taken put a life Insuranoe policy In tho r Macoabeesand Enlghtsof Pythias for $5,000 f l, and his wife was the benellciary. r . Deputy Sheriff Molweo has mado public a l I letter sent to Mrs. Orr In tlio addrosiof Hllla ' f Weaver. It developed In tho testimony before f the Coroner's Jury that Mrs. Orr had lovers In ! f various parU of the oountry and had hor lettora ' ft- addressed to her negro cook, hllla Weaver. t. f ft One ot them was dated at Caldwell, O., on Aug. 1"i 6, It was algnod by Arthur O. Archer and . t clpsdbyeylng! .1 I trust that you will be pleased with Ohio's i f real kid Mayor. I am still yours." S I Thejetter had retorenco to a purposed visit. t. E BherUI Jackson haa telegraphed to Aroher. l' B- 6?.KlnK. blm what to do with tho remains of J t BUlaweavef. L. Mrs. Orr died , at 0:20 o'clock to-night. Her J t 8-year-qIdgbl is in tho care of E. A. Faifer, n e I friend of the. family. Tho body was removed S" : , from the jail to the Falter residenco. it l V & ! J FOILED A. KENTUCKY MOD. p ' I Jailer Sends Away Tonr Negroni for Whom S ' - a lemoning Bee Had Been Prepared. K J h Bcssbtxviixe. Ky Aug. 10. A mob of 150 P I g tnen came to the jail hero soon after midnight B C f lost night with the intention of lynching four : f li " negro prisoners. Their names aro Qldoon b ' '4 HaddoiJB'rank Darker. Leo Hardin, and Henry sal li i ferry. They are accused of killing (jam Gor- W 1 don on last Saturday night. Fortunately, tho f , K Jailer bad been apprised of tho mob's coming, B ?" P 5 -nd. be manged to smuggle out the prisoners Wt e K & 'asr before their arrival, sending them away 1 , m under a strong guard. ' 1 The mob took the keys and senrchod the jail. S. g They left with tho threat that thoy would get g s the prisoners yet. Irror TTEATuim talks nr doctors. A Conrte of Lectures About llealth for l'aopls In the Tunemrnt Districts. The Pooplo's Unlvorslty Extension Socioty of Greater New York has Instituted a courso of plain talks by physicians for tho peoplo ot the crowded tonoment districts on tho prevention and troatmont of hot weather diseases. Tho talks aro given at tho various missions, social settlements, churches and clubhouses In tho tonoment dis tricts of Manhattan Island and Brooklyn, and the physicians speak In English, Italian, Gor man, French or Hobrew as Is necessary for tho understanding of tho audience Tho suhjocts treated aro tlio care of chlldron. the proper food and drink In hot weather and their prepara tion, the aluo of cleanliness and common remedies for use in emergencies. Tho socioty members belloro that much of tho sleknoHS . i, -, among tho poor Is duo to Ignornnco of sanitary If & K and hygicnio laws, and thuso talks aro expected B ! k f- to do much good. f H J' Tho work hai juiit boon started, anil tho bo- 1 . fei clety is in .need of funds to carry It on. Tho B' f onToorsof the society are: President, llosslter 1 : p 1 Johnson; Vlee-Prchldunts, Charles Dudloy 1 IJ f Warner, tho IJev. Dr. llobort H. MnoArthur. m U ft Truman J. Dackus. the hnv. Dr. Charles Cuth- 1 I bert Hall. theItev. Dr. W. II. P. Fnunco. and B C f Becrotary. J, Kugeno hltney. All contribu Hf M i tlons should bo sent to Mr. Whitney, at 150 B . S L hassau strcot. aH , f t J lO WAIt STA31V OJV UIS CIIECK. saVi k H i S Bobert II. Orrok's Cnreleiiness Cost Htm n Ij 6' ja,03 Contract in Arlington. H - i His failure to put a ono-cont internal rovonuo w ft ' (tamp on a deposit chock lost Itobcrt II. Orrok m I f ft of Arlington, N. J a 12.203 contract on Tues- H i I jfc' day, and will oost tho taxpayers of the town- Sf ' . ship of Eoarny almost $100, ns the contract was' 1 ; ( f awarded to a blddor whose offer exceeded Mr. ! ? k Orrok's by that amount Whon tho olorkof the Ij j Kearny Township Committee oponod the bids m f) 3 for the ImprcAoment of a portion of Forest 4 f street. Arlington, allot them were accompanied wf l A by oheoks, as provided for In the ordinances of , V- tbs township, and all but Mr. Orrok'a had the J ij Internal revenue stamp, I I Committeeman Balllman objectod totheac- K i 1 WPtnca ol Mr. Orrok'a bid on the ground that Hi g his ohrck was not negotiable. Contractor Ed- Mr-? . ward Bergent, who was the next lowest blddor, I f also objected. Mr. Orrok said that the checks ' i ft accompanying bids were nover depoMted, but ' I wore merely called for as evldencos of good i faith. He sad that ho would nttach tho stump K f to stop the dlsousslon. but Chairman (lorsiich M if 1 would got allow It. The contract was awarded K " ', to Mr. Uergent. H' ' - - - j e General Electrlo Stockholdnrs Meet. K I SonEHiowDY, Aug. 10.-The General Eloo- B.' f trio stockholders' special meeting was hold at jf boon to-day. It required four hours toexamiiio B t proxlos and powers of attorney representing ; 237,054 shares ofjcomraon and prcfurrod stock, i ; I The meotlng'a object bolng to reduco capital- B t 5 !iS!l,0&'1rom "bout $31.t)00 000 to about $1.- f- i WKt.OOO. In oner to puy dividends theroon. tho f , t auestlon of Injunction arobo. Chairman Coffin K reu an opinion of counsel, to tho effect that K a p l.lverpioro'a bUI of nomplalnt. now pondlna-, I q would not cause any restraint to Tssue. Slioiilti aB taV'fJiPifrapted air stooUolders would re- turn to original .ratings. Legal arguments hav. H S ing continued tho meeting to a late hour with. aH .fec.Hn&iany BOAt'on uPn faPitalltatlon. on IjIbB 1 motion of Ollvor Ames an adjournment was Et keuunti next Wednesday, Xug. 17, at 10 a! aHaVF V 1 b n tlh0Jnomen,OUB decision will doubt- j Two Jkore l'oitnl Stations for Brooklyn. Vflf J .' roetmoster Wilson of Brooklyn has received aH flk wrmlaslott to establUh two new sub-postal HsBaaBHSaaVaBaaBaaBVlBiL MQHj - - - u - tr. a. MAnattAta ov nniTAjnria Its Smuggling First Officer Supposed to -He a Stowaway. When tho White Star lino stcamshlpDrlUnnlo left her pier about noon yesterday on nor Toy ago to LIvorpool two United State Deputy Marshall wore on boarek They had been de tailed by Marshal Honkel to search the Tessel before she passed Bandy Hook, whore a tug was to bo in waiting to bring them back to tho olty. This stop was takon at the suggestion of Capt. Hnddook in tho belief that 3. W. Jago, tho missing first officer ot tho steamship, might havo stowed himself away on board. Jago, as told in Tub Bun, is accusod of having been fho loader ot an alleged, gong ot smugglers) and mall robbers among the crew, several of whom wore arrested on Klday and baturday lost John Kynaston, third ofileor or. tlio White Star steamer llriUnnle. who has been fn the custody of the Jorsoy City police slnco Fridoy afternoon on suspicion of having stolon twonty United States Government bond coupons, whloh he tried to havo cashed at the Third Na tional hank, was turned over to, tbo United States authorities yesterday morning. Kynae ton was arraigned in tho JVirst Criminal Court of Jersey City before Police Justice Potts. Chief Murphy said ho had been unable to ob tain any evidence that the prisoner had com mlttod any crime against the laws ot New Jor scy and asked for his liitohars-e., '' You aro discharged." said Justice Potts, ad dressing the prisoner, who bent his head slightly In acknowledgment Chlof Murphy and Detective i'rescott then took Kynaston be fore United States Commissioner Bomatne. and the Chlof made a formal charge against him of having robbed, a mailbox, on tlio, Britannia. Kynaslon pleadod not guilty, and. Commis sioner Itomalne committed him to tho county jail In default of 810,000 ball to appear for ex amination on Aug. 27. ... .,.. Chief Murphy notified the British Consul in thin city of the disposition that had boon madq of Ernasten and requested him toasoortain it the British Government will toko steps to ex tradite ths prisoner, as the alleged crimo.was committed on a ship sailing under the British Sag. and therefore within the jurisdiction of io British Government. Tho Consul said he would make inquiry and notify the Chief as soon as he received advices himself. Tnitirr ooes rrxiu kdvoatiok. A Mlilmp Befalls a Private Family Arrange ment In Kansas. TorEKJuKan, Aug. 10. State Superintendent of Schools Btryker returned from Ford county to-day, whero ho went to investigate a remnrk ablo complaint. In ono school district he found four voters a farmor. his wlfo, his son and daughter. Tho School Board consists of tho daughter, son and father, and they omploy tho mother to teach a nlno months' sehool at $10 por month. As tho eohoolhouss is In poor con dition, tho School Board rents a room In its own house for n schoolroom. When tho mother has washed hor breakfast dishes she takes her throo youngest children, who comprise the school population of the district, to the school room and there holds sohool. There was a scarcity ot water some time ago, and tho School Board decided that it was necessary to dig a well for the benefit of the pupils. The well was dug and tho board voted to put up a windmill with the district money, as tho children could not draw the water, from such a depth. Thon, as there was a surplus ot water, the farmer put a trough on his property near the well, and kept it filled by meant) ot the district -windmill, with which ho Irrigated forty acres of land. The Atohlson. Topeka and Santa 76 Ballroad runs through this district and pays all the taxes. A-EITS FltOU TUE ORIENT. Corea's Minister of Foreign Affairs Assault ed by tho German Consul. Vancouver, Aug. 10. Japanese newspapers say that In Yokohama a German stokor abused a young woman and dragged her to his house. The girl's father killed the German. A secret society called a meeting, announcing that "tears of blood would be shed for cruol treat ment ot tho girl." Tho authorities stopped a meeting called to adopt a plan to rescue the fatbor, who Is to bo hanged. Coroa Is oxclted over an assault by German Consul Erlen upon tho Minister ot Foreign Affairs. Krlon slapped the Minister's face with an offensive letter the latter had sent him, and punchod him In tho ribs. The authorities demand redress from Germany. Tho Chlneso Government is offering a title to any nativo who lnvonts anything useful or writes a clover book. Tho plague at Calcutta is still raging. All servants and tho working classes generally have left tho city and Europeans are doing their own housework under extreme difficulties. Tho pestilence is also raging at Beoul. Cores. 2n one day, July 10, thero wore 1.450 oases of ysentery. typhus and diphtheria and 263 deaths. tjiieu to Jtaitr ma noo alite, George E. n. Sayre, n Williamsburg Dentist, Fined 8JS0 Yesterday. George E. II. Sayre. a Williamsburg dentist, who lives at 051 Bedford avenuo, was lined $60 yesterday in tho Court of Special Sessions for attempting to bury a dog alive. Agnes Sher wood, a sorvant in a boarding house adjoining Dr. Sayro's bouse, notified the Boolety for tho Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, who prose cuted tho caso. One evening about a month ago Dr. Sayro's neighbors heard the whining of his water spanlol puppy, and saw him In the yard press ing tho animal down In a hole and covering it with earth. They protested against the treat ment and ho released the dog. Miss Sherwood complained to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and got a warrant against Sr. Sayre from Magistrate Kramer In the Lee venue Police Court When the dentist was arraigned he denied that ho had tried to bury tho doe, and said he had only uxod a swltqh to teach the animal to obey htm. Dr. Bayre added that many ot his neighbors were prejudiced against him because he and his wife refUBOd to i associate with thorn. He waived examination aud deposited $200 ball for his appearance at Special Sessions. Miss Sherwood's evidence yesterday was cor roborated by soveral neighbors. Dr. Sayre paid tho line. IIo says he wluappeal the case. Three Hurt in n Trolley Blllhnp. A trolley car of tho Nassau lino Jumped the switch loading Into the car stand ot the Brook lyn Heights Railroad, at Nostrand and Atlantlo avonuos, Brooklyn, yesterday afternoon. Owen Cox. 08 years old. of 35 Bradford street, tho starter, wan 6tandlng on the switch. Hn was knwkod down nnd his loft leg was fractured. Max Bchoffo 41 yoars old, of 717 Prosnect place, was knocked down and his right nnklo was broken. Edward J. Meehau. 28 yoars old, tho motorman, had two ribs on his right side fractured by being thrown against the gate ot tho our. Ho said that after crossing the tracks of tho Long Island Ilallroad ho lost control of his car. Arrested on a Charge of Arson, John Herbert, 23 yoars old, of 313 EostForty third ntrcot, this olty, was arrested In Jersey City yesterday and locked up In tho Communi paw avenuo polico station on a charge of arson. Tho arrest was tho resultof a seriesot attempts to burn tho stablo and dwelling of John H. Weastell. who is engaged In the milk business at 141) and 1S1 Monucollo avonuo. Herbert formerly worked for Woastoll, but was dis charged. Ho was seen near the barn when tho last attempt was made to burn it. He denies tho charge. Demented Woman tlescned from Bast Blver. Mrs. Elizabeth Keely, 45 years old, of 76K Grconwlch avonue, walkod off theplor at the foot ot East Eleventh street last night. Sho was rescued by Gustav Jansen ot 338 Adams street, Hoboken, nnd Goorgo Hartman of 00 I'erry ftroot, this city, and takon to Bellovuo Hospital She told the surgeons she had just returned from the Paris Exposition, and that while trying to unlock her front door sho had fallen Into tlio water, Sho was locked up la the Insane pmlllon. Good Premium on Essex County Park Bonds. Half a million dollars' worth of Essex County park bonds were sold yesterday afternoon at a meeting of tho Board of Freeholders in tho County Court House In Newark. There woro Bcvontccn bidders, tho successful ones bolng (ho Illinois Trust and Savings Bank ot Chicago and Mason, Lovls & Co of Doston, joint bid ders, who agree to give $112.11)0 for each 8100 par value. The bonds are 4 per cent, gold bonds, payaulo on Aug. 1. .1038. Interest To bo paid semi-annually iu gold. Excess Bates In the West Abandoned. Cmoioo, Aug. 10. After this woek the ex cess fares oharged on the Colorado flyers will be taken off. These rates, whloh were put In as an experiment, woro $4 between Chicago and Donvo.r for travel in sleeping cars, and $1 for tho people who rodo iu day coaches. The rates applied only on tho fast trains of the Northwestern. Burlington, and Book Island roads. The experiment ot Introducing excess .aRenT.u.s.r tom of w- SHHHHBdHHH II I 14. DETAJITUKNT Of BASXtAOO. Made a Military Department with Brig, den. Zawtota In Command. WAiniKaTON. Aug. 10. The following gen eral ordor was lsauod to-night by tho War De partment: "WAnDxpABTMMT. Adjutaut QxioenMs 1 Omox, WisnncoToir, Aug. 10, 1808. f "Br direction ot tho President a geographical military department is hereby established, to be known as tho Department ot San tiago, to consist ot all that part ot the Island ot Cuba and tho islands and keys adjacent and belonging thereto as have or may hereafter come under the control ot the United States. Tho headquarters ot tho de partment will be established in tho city of San tiago Major-Gen. nenry W. Lawton. United States Volunteers. Is hereby osslgnod to the command of the Department ot Santiago. "Brlg.-Oens. Leonard Wood and Ezra P. Ewers, United Btates Volunteers, will report to Major-Gen. Henry W. Lawton, United Btates Voluntoors. for duty in the Department ot Ban tlago. "The officers ot tho soveral staff depart monta now on duty with the General officers above named are temporarily asslgnod to tho like duties at their respective headquarters. " By order of tho Becrotary of War. . " H. 0. OoBMH, Adjutant-General." BITAFTEIt'S HEALTH HEP OUT. Total Number Blck Aug. 0, 8,830-TotaI Fever Cases, 9,019. WisnrNOTON. Aug. 10. Gon. Shatter's sani tary report yesterday was reoolred at the War Department to-night: "iBIntxaoo sa Cum, Aug. 10. 1808. " JdluUmt-Omtraia tt Army, WoMnfhn: " Sanitary report for August 0: Total num bor sick, 2,830; total numborfevercases.2.043; total number new cases. 333: total numbor fovcr cases returned to duty, 327. "Deaths, Aug. 8. Private Louts 0. Heath, Company O, Bovcnty-flrst New York Voluntoor Infantry, pernicious malarial fever; Private William Adams, Company F. Twentieth Infan try, pornlolous malarial fover; Mlckolson Al bert, Company A. First Illinois Voluntoor Infantry, typhoid fevor; Capt. Gregory Bar rett, Tenth Infantry, chronlo dysentery and malarial fever. Aug. 8. Private John Wil son. Tenth Cavalry, right sobar pneu monia following yellow fever; Private John Hogan. Company D, Thirty-fourth Michigan, typholdfevcr; Private Franklin Campbell. Com pany O. Boventh Infantry, perforation of base of brain from tertiary syphilis ; Private F. G. Covety, Company M. Thirty-fourth Michigan, yellow fever; Private M. D. Perkins. Company G, Seventh Infantry, yellow fever; Private Josoph Lane, Company I. Ninth Massachusetts, typhoid fevor; Private George Cullman, Com pany L, Thirty-fourth Michigan, typhoid fever; Private Merritt Chambers, Company A. Fourth Infantry, dysentery and oxhaustlon; Private William Green, Company H. Second Massa chusetts, typhoid fever; First Lieut. Blchard Harden. First District Columbia Volunteer Infantry, abscess of liver. "SniiTiit, Major-Goneral." A HERO. OF MANILA. Some Facts About Private Flnley, Who Car ried Ammunition to the Troops. San Fbakcisco, Aug. 10. Private J. F. Flnley of the First California, who carried ammunition to the Tenth Pennsylvania during the battle at Manila, making several trips over a field swept by the Spanish fire, is halt Spanish, and is 24 years old. His mother speaks only Spanish. 'His father, who Is doad. was a railroad man who had charge of tho construction of a part of the Southern Paciflo In Arizona. Finley has a military turn ot mind, and as n boy while living In Guatemala he organized a company to engage in a revolution there. Ho Is an absolute stranger to fear. Most ot his life has been spent in tho wild country along the border, and ho speaks Spanish like a nativo. IKE HAWAIIAN COMMISSION. It Sailed for Honolulu X.ait Night Together with Some Troops, Bah Fbamcisco, Aug. 10. Tho steamer Mari posa will sail to-night for Honolulu, taking as passengers the Hawaiian Commissioners, Sen ators Oullom and Morgan and Congressman Hitt, with their secretaries and stenographers. The steamer was scheduled to sail early In the evening, but tho failure of the overland malls to arrive on timo delayed her departure and at midnight she was still at her dock. The Com missioners boardod the steamer at 0 o'clock. Tho Mariposa also carries Company E and forty-five men ot Company D, First Now York Volunteers, undor CaDt. Plckard. Col. DnOy Bequests That the Sixty-ninth Be Sent to Santiago. WAsniKoios, Aug. 10. Adjt.-Gen. Corbln to night received a telegram from Col. Duffy, commanding tho Sixty-ninth Now York Volun teers, requesting that his regiment bo sent to Santiago, that It is needed to tako tho place of sick ana wounded. Gen. Corbln replied as follows: "The Secretary of War directs me. to mako known his lively appreciation of this action on your part, and to say thatthe matter is now un der consideration." JAILED 3 US TEARS FOR IHOAMT. Bigamist Thought a Rabbi's Divoroe En titled Him to Marry Again. August Schwartz, a carpenter, who lived at 101 Stanton stroot, pleadod guilty yesterday to a chargo of bigamy before Judgo Nowburger in Part I. ot the Court ot General Sosstons. and was sentenced to throo years and six months' Imprisonment. , Schwartz bad been married threo times, and his three wives were In court watching the pro ceedings. Sphwartz told tho Judgo that he thought ho had a perfect right to got married, as he had been .divorced each time by a Jewish rabbi. Judge Nowburger said ho was sorry that one ot the rabbis was not before him, as ho would make an example ot him. "Mad Dog" Cry at Coney Islnnd. A big mongrel dog created a panto along the Bowery at Coney Island last night Ho rushed along the Bowery and tho cry " mad dog" was raised. The dog ran Into several concort halls and the few spectators lumped on top of tables and ohalrs and threw beer glasses at him. Policeman Uhlenbnsoh attempted to beat the dog with his night stick., but tho animal bit him In the left urm and hand and In tho left leg. lloundsman Davis and two other pollco mon finally beat the animal to doath. Uhlen busch's wounds were cauterized by Ambulanco Burgoon Qosman. Child Drowned in Georglca Pond. Easthamptos. L..I., Aug. 10. Four-year-old John Leonard was left on tho shore of Goorglca Pond yesterday while his mother crossed the narrow, strip of snnd to the ocean to bathe. When Mrs. Leonard returned sho could not find the child. Her cries of alarm brought as sistance, and It was discovered that the child had stepped on some sliding sand and had been carried Into the pond and drownod. Tlio body was recovered. Tirenty Fassengnrs Hurt In a Wreck. MiPDtxsDono, Ky Aug. 10. A Louisville and Nashville passenger train bound north from Knoxvllle was wrecked three miles from Pennington Gap at 8 o'clock this morning and twonty passengers were Injured, a. landslide from tbo mountain had fallen on the track and was struck by the train whon going at a speed 8f twonty miles an hour. Three coaches rolled own an ombankment of sixty foot. Nearly all the passengers were more or less Injured, Scaffold Broke; Two Painters Hilled. Itlchard Ball, 45 years old, of 038 East 172d street, and John Slfton, 40 years old. of 110 East 128th streot, were painting u bulldlbgyes terday at Ipttth street and. Central Park West. Their scaffold broke and they fell tour stories to the ground. They were ploked up uncon scious and Uken to Manhattan Hospital, where A French Editor Kills Himself. tptdoX CabU DapaUS to T Sow. Paris, Aug. 10.-M. Jules Frank, editor of La Lilerti. a Conservative-Uopubllcan organ, haa committed sulctdo by shooting himself with a revolver. llestoring Duties on Grain In Italy. Sptdal Calls iVspaicA (a Tn Sen. ItpMB. Aug. 10,-It is bolloved Uiat the. Ira. Kc.d?aAu.lt WW b0 wU,re COLOMBIA TOt SETTLE. THE mCSIDKNT AUTHORIZED TO MEET ITALY'S DEMANDS. A. Bill Passed by tho Senate Providing Means to Meet All the Claims ot Dr. Cerrutl, Amounting to About 0300,000 Harmony Now Between the Countries. Special CaMs Dupakk to Tna Bex, Cozak, Colombia. Aug. 10. Advloes from Bogota, the capital ot the republic, undor date ot Sunday, aro to the effect that the Bonato has pasted a bill authorizing the Executive to pay all tho domanda ot Italy arising from tho Cer rutl claims. Tho Bonato also passod a bill opening a credit to oovor tho amount ot tho claims, which la in tho neighborhood ot $300. 000. Tho Italian Government has boen notlflod ot the aotlon of the Senate. Admiral Candlant, the oommander ot the squadron which was sent to Cartagena to en force the Italian domands. Is awaiting orders from his Government. It is bellovod that the adoption of the abovo'-montlonod bills by tho Senate will do away with the friction that bos existed for some timo between Italy and Co lombia. An Italian warship has just arrived here from Cartagena. There is no yellow fever at the latter port, nnd clean bills ot health are granted there. ZOLA TO BE IMPRISONED. He Is More Severely Sentenced on Appeal Than In the Irfwer Court. Special Call Dupakk to Tax Bum. Pasts. Aug. 10,-Tho Court of Cassation, in the case of tho appeal of M. Zola and M. Por rcuxfrom the decision ot tho lower court In tho caso ot tho handwriting experts against them, has condemned M. Zola to one month's imprisonment, holdlngthattheFIrst Offender's Act, known as tho Berengor law, oxomptlng him from Imprisonment, docs not apply in this case. The court also condemns M. Zola to pay a fine of 2,000 francs, M. Porreux 1.000 francs, and both to pay 10,000 to each of tho throe experts. Further, the court requires the pub lication of tho foregoing sontonoe in tho furore, M. Perroux's newspaper, and forty other jour nals. Tho judgment of th6 lower court sentenced M. Zola to fifteen days' imprisonment and n fine of 2.000 francs and M. Perreux to a fine of 500 francs. He was also sontoncod, along with M, Porreux. to pay to each of the threo experts 5.000 franca damages and costs, together with tho expenses of advertising tho judgment In ton nowspapers chosen by the defendants. Tho oourt, however, upon the strength of certain representations mado by M. Zola, applied to him tho Berongor law exempting him from im prisonment as a first offender. FRANCE IS HORRIFIED. Bumor That Herbert Bismarck Will Bo Sent to Pnrls Excites Strong Words. Sptcial CabU DetpateKti to Tub 8 UK. Paws. Aug. 10. Tho Berlin correspondent of the Tempt has stirred up a hornet's nest by hinting, on tho strength ot a statement made to him by "a confident of Emperor William" of the possibility of Prlnoo Herbert Bismarck, who will shortly re"ntor tho sorvloo ot the crown, succoodlng Count von Muonster as Gor man Ambassador to France. LeParit says that tho idea Is detestable, senseless and preposterous. Tho Gautte da France says: "It would bo a nightmare it it wore not simply a dream." Beblih. Aug. 10. Tho Hamburger JfaCA richten says it is authorized to dony that Rosa von Puttkamor, who recently died In New York, was a niece by marriage ot Princo Blsmarok. Her husband. Baron von Puttkamor. is not a brother of Princess Bismarck, who has neither brothers nor sisters. ANOTHER ZA BOUROOONE VICTIM. The Tevlotdule Passes a Floating Body Oft Sable Island. Sptcial CabU DeltatA to Tmc 8 on. Halifax. Aug. 10. Tho Glasgow steamer Tevlotdale put in this morning short of coal. Bhe was out fltty-slx days from Surabaya and other Java ports tor Delaware Breakwater, and when she made Halifax was short of coal. She has a cargo ot 5.300 tons ot beet sugar for Phil adelphia. On Monday, Capt. Gordon reports, tho Tovlot dale passed a man's body floating to the oast ward off Bablo Island. It was undoubtedly that of a Bourgogno victim, but tho face was so disfigured that no one could have recognized It. The Tovlotdalo sailed this afternoon. RUSSIA NOT READY FOR WAR. Sir Charles Dllke 8nys She Won't Go to War Till Bhe Is Sura ot Success. ' Sptcial CabU DavaUk to Tax Sum. Lojtdok, Aug. 10. Koferring to tho situation in China In the Houso of Commons to-day. Sir Charles Dllko said that Russia was not pro pared for war and would mako no movo In that direction until horsuccess was assured. Francs and Gormauy, ho said, woro closing tho doors of their own sphere of lnfluenco in China and enjoying tho bonefltof Great Britain's In othor distriots. It was a caseot "hoads thoy win, tails wo lose." Soon, he declared, China would becomooneof tho string of protected empires surrounding Russia. WARLIKE IN DENMARK. The Seaports Being Strengthened Large Military Expenses. Sptcial CabU Dupatch to Tut. Box. CorEMnAOEN, Aug. 10. Borne sensation has been caused here by tho measures tho Govern ment has suddenly taken to'rlaco tho beaports in a state ot military efficiency. There have been rumors tor several weeks that extraordinary military oxpondlturos were impending. These rumors were officially con firmed to-day. NEW STEAMSHIP LINE TO CHINA. Hamburg Will Thus lie Connected with Port Arthur and Stberln. Sptcial CabU DttpalcX to Tnx Son. London. Aug. 10. Tho Birmingham Tost is informed that a direct regular sorvlco of steam ers is to be established between Hamburg and Vladivostok and Port Arthur, and that Ger man consulates aro to be created at tho latter ports on Sept. 1. riH! POPE'S FEEBLE HEALTH. nis Physlclaus Direct Hlin to Suspend air ing Audiences. Special CabU Deipttch to Tux Bus. Roue. Aug. 10. Tho Oitervatore Itomafro says that tho Pope's physicians havo ordered his Holiness to suspend the giving ot audlenoos. He is suffering from a slight Intestinal indisposition. ONE HUNDRED LIVES LOST. A Great Storm and Floods in the Neighbor hood of Yokohama. Special Cabls DapatcA (a Tbs Bos. Yoxohama. Aug. 10.-A violent storm, ac companied by extensive floods, has oocurred In this neighborhood, resulting in tho loss ot a hundred lives and great damage to property. Coming of the Lord Mayor. Special CabU DupalA U Tna Bint, London. Aug. lO-LUut-Col.-Horatio David Davles, Lord Mayor ot London, and his daugh ter will sail for Now York on Aug. 17 Instead of Sept 17, as was reported yesterday. The 1'nweri and Japan. Betaal CabU Dupakk to Tiir. Smt, Yokohama. Aug. 10. The Jnpaneso Govern ment has notified the European powers that .& y Ia, W. M Wlth J,pa wU1 80 ,nto .jt. .v.....-..L . NEBRASKA REPUBLICANS. They Bepudlnte free Silver and Nominate a State Tlettet. LtKcout, Nob., Aug. 10. In numbors and en thusiasm the Republican State Convention to day was tho greatest In years. Tho ticket is thought to bo certain ot victory at the Novcm bor election. Bonator John M. Thurston Was elected permanent Chairman to get the con vention out ot a parliamentary 'tangle. He mado a strong speech calling tho convention to fulfil tho party pledges, no doolarod that tho financial question had boon eottlod by giving employment to Idlo worklngmon, becauso whon labor is employed monoy circulates freoly. Ho declared that the war had wiped out tho sectional lines ot North and South, and with a Republican triumph in Nobraska this year thoro would colongor bo any East and West. Ho Insisted that It would bo many a year before nny party would (Inro again to raise the flag ot anarchy and disloyalty and damn tho Constitution ana tho flag. Tho nomination ot Judgo Haywood for Gov-, crnor was a forcgono conclusion, and before tho roll call was completed his only opponent. Judge Bakor of Douglas, moved his nomina tion byacclamatlon. Tho Troasurorshtp wont bagging for a while, but at tho close was vigorously contested for by four newly fledged candidates. The nomination for Auditor was by acclamation, but con testa were fought out for each of the othor places. Tho ticket as finally nomlnatedjs as follows: Governor M. L. Haywood of Otoo eounty. .Lieutenant-Governor. Geo. A. Murphy of Gage county; Secretary of State. Conok Duras ot Saline county; Attornoy-Gcnoral, N. D.Back sono of Antelono county; Treasurer, Peter Mortonson of Valloy county; Auditor, T. L. Matthews of Dodge county: Land Commis sioner. A. It. Williams of Douglas county; Superintendent of Public Instruction. J. F. Bay lor of Lancaster county. The Oomraltteo on Resolutions hold alontc and llvoly session, tho-nolnts of dlfforonce be ing the declaration on tho money question nnd tho policy ot the nation toward condueredterri tory. Tho Conservatives won, led by Editor Itosqwater of tho Omaha Mee. Tho financial plank roads as follows: no reaffirm unswerving nlloglnnco to tho principles, enumerated In tlio Republican national platform of 1800. Wo are in favor of tho maintenance ot tho present gold standard and unalterably opposed to tho free nnd un limited coinage ot sllvor." DECIDE FOR EXPANSION. Missouri Democrats to Adopt the Besola tlons of Ex-Gov. Stone. BrniNorrELD, Mo., Ad'g. 10. Ex-Gov. Btono of Missouri carried his point to-day in tbo Domocratio State Convention. Tho Oommttteo on Platform has adopted tho Btono resolutions as written. Thoy will bo put through tho con vention to-morrow. Tho platform favors tho Immediate annexa tion ot Porto Rico and Independent govern ment for Cuba, to be followod by an nexation If inhabitants desire It; tho annexation ot all othor Spanish West Indian Inlands; tho establishment of coaling and commercial privileges in tho Phil ippines; tho construction and control of tho NIcaraguan Canal without tho lssuanoo of bonds, nnd tho construction of a great navy. The Chicago platform is reiterated. Congressman Richard Parks Bland was tho temporary Chairman. Mr. Bland spoke at consldorablo longth. devoting most of his efforts to an argument in favor of keeping up the fight for free oolnago of stiver.' This domcstlo issue." he said, must remain paramount until it Is settled and settled right. I don't want to see this convention declare itself in favor otannoxlng Cuba or Porto Rloo or the Philippines. At tho same time. I do not wish us to declare in favor of closing the door to any honorablo annexation with which we mny bo confronted." Soveral speeches were mado by small-boro statesmon. all In favor ot expansion. Perma nent organization was effected Into In tho after noon, with M. E. Benton as Chairman. At tho night session tho delegates balloted for candidates for Supreme Court Judges. Mar shall was, nominated for tho long term, ten years, and Valllant for tho short term, four years. Tho convention thon adjourned till tomorrow. RETIRED MERCHANT ROBBED. tost Watch and Money After a Pall from a Columbus Avenue Car. Two young women went into tho West Sixty eighth street police station yesterday and told Capt. Sheehan that their father. Thomas Jef foreon Wells, had boen robbod tho night before. Detective Rahune found that Wells is a retired merchant, 52 years old, living In the Amster dam apartments at 327 Amsterdam avenue. Rahuno called at that address, but was told that Wells was too HI to bo seen until to-morrow. Wolls is tho man Pollcoman Baxter had re ported injured at Sovonty-thlrd street onTues day night attempting to board an uptown cablo car. IIo mlssod his footing and fell. His nose was broken and he was unconscious whon Ploked up by Baxter. Ho was taken to Rooso velt Hospital about 7 o'clock In tho evening. About 12:30o'clock yesterday morning James Flnnegan. an employee of tho Metropolitan Traction Company, found Wells staggorlng about In a. dazed condition at Amsterdam nvonuo and I Iftv-nlnth streot. Finnegan offered to put Wells on a car and soe that ho got homo safoly. Wells said: 1 .'LiViPP'1 a Penny. Homo ono has robbed me of $l.tln monoy, my gold watch nnd an um brella. I don't know whon It was. done, but it was dono alter I was hurt." linncgan walkod with Wolls to his homo and saw him onter tho front door. Night Clerk Ilrosseau of Roosovolt Hospital said that Wells had loft thorp at 0 o'clock, and that tho robbery had occurred after that hour. HAD STOLEN BONDS. Securities Taken from Miser Rrhrago Ap pearOne Man Arrested. CnicAoo. Aug. 10. Two of tho bonds stolen from the aged miser, Chris Schrage, in March. 1800, havo boon recovered, and Peter Cashoy is locked up on a charge of being Implicated In tho famous bond robbery. Schrage, who is now doad, was attacked in his own houso and tor- tnrSli.,JR.tl1.l16 av. UP noarly $50,000 In bonds and $2,000 in cash. Casheyisaward streot inspector. Ho tried to dispose of the bonds through tho First No tional Bank. Tho polico say they are in posses sion of Information which thoy bollove will load to the recovery of a largo quantity of the stolon bonds. Recently coupons ton largo amount from tho stolen bonds hove been sent to tho American Trust Bank in New York olty for pnymont, but tho bank has boon notified that tho bonds were stolen, and payment on tho coupons Is with- Mrs. McTUnley's TJnele Hurt. Oanton.O.. Aug. m-Joscph fl. Baxton. an uncle of the wife of President MeKlnloy. was struck by a motor car to-day on West Tuscara was streot and mortally Injured. OBITUARY. Robert Btronahan, proprietor of Hotel Savoy In Boston, died at Sharon, Mass., on Tuesday night. Ho was ono of, tho best-known hotel mon In tho country, and wns proprietor of the old Trempnt Houso for soveral years. He was formerly in the provision business In St. Louis, and later a contractor and bulldor In Buffalo, whore he was also Interested In tho Genoseo Hotel. TiJ?.n1 ?: Iilxn0. of tlllaA,J storekeeper of the United States transport Mtnnewaska, dropped dead suddenly yesterday In Savannah on the deck of the transport. Mr. Lano haefsuffored from heart troublo for some timo. Ho was to loin o tho sunlco of the Government yestor day. One of his sons Is an attorney In this city and the other Is Captain of tho Ninth po lico precinct. Frederick W. Brlnkmann, 50 years old, a well-known manufacturer, dlod yesterday morning of consumption, nt the home of his partner, Henry Hauck. 143,Sussox street Jer sey City. Ho was the sonlpr member of the firm ot Brlnkmann a. Hauok, wagon manufac turers. Dr. Warren Kemhle of Saugertles, died yej torday at tho ago of 57 years. lie was n veteran of tho civil war. and was ono of tho best-known prartlonersln lllstareounty. Dr. Kemblewas graduated from tho College of 1'hyslcians and Burgeons of Now York. ' The Rev. Dr. Stephen Humphrey Gurtcs of this city dlod at his euminor homo In Jamoa town. 11 .1.. yostorday. IIo was tho author of several UieologicaT works. He was also the or ganizer of the first charity organization society In this country, and for yoars, was the roptor of one of tho largest Episcopal churches in this city, Samuel Kneeland. Jr., who was buried at Bomorvillo. Mass.. yesterday, is said to havo been a descendant of King James V. of Scot land, and a blood relation of Mary ueen of Bents. Knoolaml. who was 17 years oldwas connected on his mother's sl.fe with Gen. Ben jamln Lincoln and Oon. Curtis of Revolutionary Mr. Froderlok Ramsdon. for years the British Consul at Santiago doCuba. who was taken to Kingston, Jamaica, 111 two weeks ago on the metePr'War A,rt' lM ySlarUfl'r ot ty e UNSET TATIESTB BROKEN LIMBS. Charges Made by a Dellevue Burgeon Aftalnit Slower Hospital. John Taylor, an electrician of 223 EastTwon. ty-elghth street, was taken to Flower Hospital, threo days ago to bo treated for a broken log and wrist. Yesterday his sister wont to Super intendent O'Rourke of Bellovuo and asked that ho be removed from the Flower Hospital, as ha was notsatlsflod with tho treatment he was re ceiving thoro. Dr. Barbour was sent with an ambulanco to remove tbo patlont to Bollevuo. Whon ho ar rived at Flower Hospital, ho says, lie found the attendants removing tho plaster caso and splints in which Taylor's wrist and log had been set. Dr. Hornby, tho superintendent of Flower Hospital, Intormod tho Bellovuo doctor that If ho wlshod to remove the patient ho must reset his brokon limbs and carry htm out to the ambulanco himself, as ho would rooolvo no assistance whatever. . . . Dr. Barbour was forced to reset tho broken limbs with such appllanoos as he had with him in tho ambulanco. As ho hod to perform tho iiperatlon stnglo-honded, tho patient wna kept n pain for over nn hour whlio the splints and landoges woro being arrangod. The superin tendent, surgeons, and attendants of Flower Hospital stood looking on without offering any assistance, so Dr. Barbour says. Whon the operation was completed Dr. Barbour wns obliged to parry the patient to tho ambulanco unaided.. Ho .says that Taylor's rooovorr will be considerably delayed by tho removal of tho r pilots. Superintendent Q'ltourke has beon ntormed ot the dispute and will make a formal complaint to Flower Hospital to-day. Tho oon duct of the Flower Hospital people Is attributed to the III, feeling oausod by tho row thoy had wlthBoUovuo over tho disposal of a patlont last Friday. KANSAS SOLDIERS ACCUSED. They Are Bnid to Havo Desecrated the Grnve of a Confederate Soldier. Tox-isi. Aug. 10. The people of Kansas aro humiliated ovor a despatch from Washington charging tho Twenty-second Kansas with an outrage at Manassas, Va. Gov. Lcody is in formed that whllo tho reglmont was encampod at Bull Run some ot tho soldiers camo upon tho Jiarkod gravq of Major J. T. Duko of Alabama, t Is alleged that thoy opened tho gravo, took !i,ut tho body, mutilated the clothing, pulled out ho gqld-flliod tooth, nnd broko tho skull, panti ng tho bits around tor mementoes. So mo Kansas members objectod strenuously. Tho matter camo out through tho complaint ot citi zens of Manassas, and It Is said that Burgoon Duncan, who Is alleged to. have at least soon tho outrage, has been orrohtod by tho provost guard, and that ho and othors will bo court-martlalled. GOLDBEATERS TO PLAY BASEBALL. The Gome to Be a Means to Bring About nn Agreement as I to Wages. A baseball gam o botwoen rival teams in tho New York nnd Brooklyn Goldbeaters' unions will tako place a week from next Saturday on the basoball grounds In Van Bicklen avenuo. near Fulton street, Brooklyn, Tho employors, somo ot whom aro to be prosont, havo contrib uted toward tho expenses. According to tho delegates ot tho rospcctlvo unions wages have been going down for somo time, owing to union rivalries, and the occasion will bo used to bring the unions horo and in Brooklyn into friendly relations so that thoy can agree on n, schedule otwagos. Thodele- Rates say that tho employers are as anxious an io men to have a regular scale nfprlces fixed, as a revival of business has set in, and thoy do not want to bo worried by strikes. Hit a Dynamite Primer with a Tack Ham mer. Whllo twelvo-yoar-old Frank Ivandl of 225 Wost Twenty-ninth Btreot was on his woy to his father's bootblack stand, at Sixth avonuo and Thirtieth street, yesterday afternoon, ho picked up what ho thought wore two firecrack ers, but what were really two dynamite prim ers used by tho contractors installing tho Blxth avonue underground trolley. The boy got a took hammer from his father's bootblook stand, stood ono of tho primers on end and struck it. There i waa nn explosion and the boy wns knocked down. Ho was severely wounded about the face, body, and arms. He was carried to the West. Thirtieth street station, a half a block awav. by his father. The New York am bulance surgeon who attendod him said the boy would probably lose his right oyo. ' Fell Over the High Bank at Niagara and StllLIAves. Niaoaba Faixb, Aug. 10. Early this morn ing David Jones was found In a semi-conscious and bruised condition near the water's edgo on the Canadian sldo, just above the new stool nroh bridge Ho was takon to tho Lafayette Hotel and later to tho hospital in this city. That hewas altvo Is surprising, Ho foil ovor the high bank at about 0:3U o'clock last night and landed on tho slope. After regaining con sciousness ho endeavored to roach a point where ho could get help. In moving he slipped down tho slope, toward tho water and a few moro feat would havo landed him In tho river. He at first said that he had Beon assaulted and hit on the head, but jifterward said this was not so. He is 40 years old. Ho came hero on an, excursion on Tuesday. The severest in juries aro to his back. It Li thought to-night that he will live. Former Brooklyn Nurse Dies at Chlcka mauga. Tho officials at the Kings County Hospital, in Flatbush, woro notified yesterday that Miss Dorothy Thtnney, a trained nurse, died at Chlckainauga on Tuosday of intermittent fover. Miss Thluney. was 24 years old nnd came from Now Brunswick, N. J., five years ago. Sho received hor diploma as a trained nurse from tho Lowell. Mass., Genoral Hospital. At tho beginning; of hostilities Miss Thlnnoy, who was then at the Kings County Hospital, asked for an appointment as a camp hospital nurse and was sent to Chtokamauga. Parents Locked Her Out) Mamie Took Folsou. Mamie McCormack. 10 years old. of 201 Hud eon avonuo, Brooklyn, attempted sufcldo on Tuosday night by taking carbollo acid. Bhe had beon in the habit of staying out lata and hor mother told her that some night sho would find tho door locked. Mamie went to a plcnlo on Tuesday and did not return home untllmld nlght. The door was locked. Sho then pur chased 6 cents' worth of the poison and drank it on the stoop of her home. She was taken to tbo Brooklyn Hospital and will recover. Fined SS for Each "Damn." Mount Vxbnon, N. Y., Aug. lO.-John M. Wiseman ot this city was a prisoner In the Court of Bpoclal Sessions this morning charged with profanity on tho publio streets. Wiseman pleaded not guilty, but Judge Bennett fined him $10. Tlie complainant, Mrs. Margaret Massels. testified that Wiseman used the wort damn "twice, and the Judge remarked, that he thought thoy were worth at least $5 each. Wiseman paid his lino and was released. ClUcago Merchant Killed In His Elevator Shaft. Chicaoo, Aug. 10. J. Henry Conrad, head of the wholesale ooffoo and splco house ot J, Con rad 4 Co., was Instantly killed to-day by falling through nn elevator, shaft from tho third floor to theliasement of his establishment Ho had iittempted to step from the moving elevator as t pasaedtho third hoar, but stumbled and foil lackward down the shaft. Mr7 Conrad was 67 years old and waswoaithy. Mrs. Hack to Sell Two Iots. Mayor Herman Wnlkor of Guttenlmrg re ceived a letter yesterday from Mrs. Augusta Naok, who Is In Sing Blng prison, requesting ulm iP .Purohasa two lots, in CUftslde. N. J,, which she owns. Mrs. Nook bought tho pfo erty from Mayor Walker in 1MW. The Hayoi' son i that he will purchase tho lots as soon as ho can ascertain to whom ho shall pay the money. lAndon Ancients Surely Coming, Boston, Aug. 10. A private dospatch from London received In this city to-day says that tho Honourable Artlllory Company of that elty despatched on Saturday last its ucooptance of V!2. ,"vltR ,on of 'be Ancient and Honorablo Artillery Company to return tho lattor's visit to London in 1B7 by visit ng Boston In 1000. Bobbed a Jewelry Store In Broad Daylight. Dubuque, la.. Aug. lO.-Klrrase'a jewelry store was robbed yesterday afternoon of fifteen gold watches and 200 rings., of the value of several hundred dollars, during the momen tary, absence of the proprietor. It was the moBt daring robbery ovor ,porpetrated here. No clue to tho thieves waa found, Belgium's Minister to Brazil iu New York. Among the passengers who arrived last even ing on the steamer Finance from Colon was Count van don Bteen. Belgian Minister to U!i'.i,!W!'ft.b,?n..T,1,"lP,f,'B "fiublles of Argentina. Chill. Bolivia and Peru. Count van den Bteen is on a visit to relatives la New tore. The only " trams" we don't fit Your monoy back if our best dress suits don't stand compari son with tbo best tailors' best. Of course it's the '"Tuxedo" you want now; $18 and $25, silk lined to tbo edge ; anotbor quality, silk faced only, $15. Rogers, Pbjt & Co. Warren and Broadway. Frtnce and llroidwuj. Thirty-second and Broadway. THE EAST HIDE STRIKES. Hitch in "Pants" Makers Strike-Brotherhood ot Tailors to Quit Work Soon. , Tho "rants" Mnkora' Union did not strike ' yostorday, as was oxpected. The Executive) i Committeo of tho union will moot to-night at New Irving Hall, llroomo street, near Norfolk. to consider tho strike auestlon. and. If It Is found necessary, it will call a moss meeting tot Saturday to voto as to a Btrlko. , Tho pressors' and flnishors' branches ot the) Brothorhood of Tailors aro anxious to strike, but. It wns said yesterday, tho operators' branch Is not willing to Btrlko just now. Last night it was roportod that tho operators and flnlshoro would strike by noxt Thursday In nny case. Tho Brothorhood. which has about 12.000 members In all its branchos. Is now without a leader. This, it is said, Is what kept its mem bers from striking onrllor. The striking knoo "panto" makers held meetings nil day ycBterday at 60 Essex street, and the striking children's jacket makers met at thotr regular headquarters, Broome and Es sex streets. Tho latter reported that ton con tractors wore willing to grant the demands, but tho agreements will not bo ready until to- v day. CONDUCTOR LET BRAKES LOOSE. Cable Car Baoed Down Grade and a Young Woman Passenger Was Badly Hurt. Tho motorman of Lenox avenuo car 105 stopped on top of tho stoop hill at 100th street last night, and, looking tho brakes, jumped off to get a drink of water. Tho car was crowded, and the Conductor, Bernard McGrath ot 345 East Eighty-first street, was so busy that ho did not notice tho motorman's notion. He pulled tho boll ropo twioe, the signal to go ahead, nnd when there was no response he looked around for tho causo. Ho saw tho brakes woro locked, and loosened them. With its, heavy load tho car started down tho hill, gaining speed every foot of t!)0 way. The passengers rushed to tho door to jump off, but McGrath prevented thom from doing so. As tho car rounded tho sharp curve into Manhat tan avonuo. ono young woman, about 2a years old. with brownhalrandgrayoyos.anddressed - In a black skirt and pink shirt walstpushod her way past McGrath and was hurled to tho side walk. Sho struck on hor head, fracturing hor skull, nnd was takon to tho Manhattan IIos- 8Ital. McGrath was arrested and lockod up In io Wost 100th street station. LIEUT. CALKINB'S BON. He Has Disappeared, and There Are Fears. That He Uas Drowned Himself. San Francisco, Aug. 10. Tho young son of Llout Carlos G. Calkins, Navigating Officer of Admiral Dewey's flagship, tho Olympla, has disappeared and It Is believed that ho jumped from o ferryboat into, the bay yesterday and was drownod. An unknown boy committed suicide from tho ferryboat Newark yesterday. , Tho description given fits tho' appearance ot youna Calkins. No oauso for the supposed action ' can bo given. The boy was about 10 yoars old. An Unhappy Tailor Bills Himself. Domlnlok Finck, a tailor. 00 years old, of 313 West Thirty-ninth street, committed sulcldo early yesterday morning by hanging himself to tho transom of tho vacant flat opposite the ono in which ho lived. Mrs. Finck went to a funeral on Tuosday afternoon and did not rotum until late at night Bhe didn't see her husband. Thinking ho had gone out on business, sho went to bed. When sho awoko yesterday morn ing she found her husband's coat and shoos on a chair In the room. She found his dead body hanging front, the transom ot the bedroom. ' This note was found on tho floor: "I would like to be burled in Guckernast's place I havo helpod him build. I bog nil relatives and friends to forgive mo. I can't live any longer. Fare woll. friend Btahl; wo have boen frlonds forty yoars. I am unhappy." A Coroner's Jury "Exonerates" a Trolley Victim. Erlo Anderson, a grocer ot Slxty-socond street and Eleventh avenue, Brooklyn, whllo hurrying to get a doctor for his sick wit o on the; night of July 24, was run over and killed by a trolley car on tbo Boa Beaeh road. Tho Coroners jury, which investigated the accldont on Tuesday night, put tho responsibility on tho railroad company nnd added: "Andwoexon erato the deceased from any blamo." Kiectrlo lights for a Brooklyn Armory. Col. Edward E. Britten, who is organizing tho 114th Regiment In Brooklyn, has asked Deputy Commissioner Walton of the Depart ment ot Buildings. Lighting, and Supplies ot tho borough of Brooklyn to havo the Jifghth. avenue armory, lighted by eleotrlcity. Many Improvements have been made In tho armory slnco the Fourteenth went to the front and CoX ,- Britten's request will also probably be granted. British Captain Charged With Smuggling 'Cigars. Capt. Rudolph Bautor of tho British bark Plymouth, lying at tho Erlo Basin, was ar raigned botore United Btates Commissioner Morle in Brooklyn yesterday charged with smuggling 1,000 plgan. He pleaded not guilty, and was ndmltted to ball toawalt examination. The Plymouth arrived at Erie Basin from Mi- - nlla on Juno 25. Plan to Unlarge the Kings County Hospital. Charities Commissioner Blmls of tho borough ot Brooklyn will mako application for an ap propriation to enlarge tho Kings County Iios- ' pltal In, Flatbush, which has long been ovor crowdod. Tho plans lncludo tho erection ot i two new wings to tho main building, tho con struction of an operating room, and an addi tional room for the Insane patients. Fined for Testing Bis Bevolver in Brooklyn. Francis Mahonof, nn onginoer on tho United States transport Louisiana, was fined $2 in tho Butler Street Polleo Court In Brooklyn yester day for discharging firearms In tho fitroet, Mahoney lives at 13 ManhasHot place. He said that he had lost a revolver that had dono good service at Santiago andhadpuroiiaKodanoTher. and was testing it irhen arrested. He said his arrest was an outrage, but ho paid the fine. Mr. Sutro's Body Cremated. Bas FnAwoisoo, Aug. 10,-The funeral ser. , y vices of tho late Adolph Butro woro held this afternoon at tho family residence on Butro Heights. The sorvlcos were ot the simplest Sharactcr and were attended only by the linme late relatives and a few ot the closest friends. Thoy occupied but a few moments. The body was cremated. Think Schleicher Ia Drowned. August Schlolchor of 32 Livingston street; Newark, hired a rowboat at Meyerhols's boat house, Newark Bay, on Sunday, saying he was going erahblng. On Tuesday the boat was ui found drifting about the bar. The oars were S one, but part of Schleicher's Clothing was In io boat. His family believes that he Is drowned. West Superior to Have a Mrtr Dry Doek. Wkst Supemob. Wis , Aug. 10,-The Amer ican Steel Barge Company will toon begin the construction o( a now dry dock at their plant in i this city. The City Council voted last evening to extend the dock linos on th channel upoi which the plant is situated, so that vessels . Used for tho new dry dook could rewhUT , I