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t It I confirmed con rn d on onaUllldea all tides that the rero rerotloit reotloll reyog
g r tloit la I iaikinz I fak1n kin progroM Tho mote motemmrt mOTCt morej
j mmrt rnem h hver Verer eftlj tack ksuntty unity and U I a without withoutu
t u leader leaderTho 11 IeiderI er l lrho
I rim despatch add slidll tliat ItaeeiM It m scarcely scarcelypossible II sarciyjo81b1o TCtly TCtlyILI
possible that the th blockade will producn producnhunger produflf
f 4 lI hunger aud dlslrcM dIitre In the country runtry There Therefore Tht e ¬
ILI 1 fore for months mnh may r1 m paw pf bcforo discontent discontentgala drntert drnterti d1qcontertgaini
i gala Rain BUfBcient Iuclnt strength trgh to cause caUe President PresidenthnroB Prll Prti4denCaitrodvpoMUou tnt tntCutro
CaitrodvpoMUou hnroB deposition pOIUon Mote 4oredrsstIr 4oredrsstIrI drastic rlII measure measurewould m sur surI
I I 4j AI would soon n achieve achlo thli end f01 It I In I Castro Castroalone ulro ulrof
1 alone who the pnynwnt of Vpm VpmKtieUs VcnI
wo opposes Oppt oppoe tht JIllmt 1 1r
I 1 r KtieUs tUII1 debto debtoThe dbll dehthiii
The 1h blockade blokadl principally prlllpll pririIpa ll injures lujurt the thtforeign tht thtfrelgn thei
f i foreign eorumerolfil crerolllonulllty community The 1ho TheI Vene Venesnelanft V II IIf
I f j snelanft le1nl acnrccly Ilccr spealc epale of It The CI f MinUnr MinUnrcf lnllr lnllrt linitrI
t I f cf f Foreign or Affairs AIRlr laughs laujhl at It I lfi Il 1f con conhiclor on ont onIn
hiclor > of defence defncd superfluous superfluoushut
In Iderl mpaurt maUr IIrnCA tlpolflou tlpolflouI
d t n hut hit declare IIecarll lliit 11 tlallll lamllnp parties Jlrtll rtkf4 from flol the thewurnhlps Ihl Ihlt tlt tltb4
t t b4 I wurnhlps ur hlp wouM JI be hI tuot mo 1 determinedly determinedlyrnovly dllonnhlI dllonnhlII dAterIllialIMIlyIi
I rt li1 I4 I4at
al ThluJ Fliz iuvkIuI1ated ln 1j 1 hyht by the Otrl ovrtIfl ovrtIflU 1
I r U rnovly 10 1n04l earnfxi out by method t lho of If J1 J1I rorn rornpuUlon I 1
onrt
I I puUlon pul I 1 that that hfltIe Br R 4nt 4nniod 4ntncloI nclo l to n l t the null nullrevolutionary 1111 uttti
II revolutionary revolutioar siriuj trugl ltf All IIa 1 fl1 I of u uf 1iu 1iuden 1111 1111t
11 t f den lnoIu loluthl lno1utJtgV1ObeOlig < rjlyttlioi lwflllOIfII J > eoiiKii 10 t Oiiimns Oiiimnshare Crllnl
t t hare be beD hess b rwiuMiIdned fq reiuih l iljlell Iiitcl iiv 11 tho t ho cOtlilcnl cOtlilcnlt iovwrmiiuU iovwrmiiuUthey v nt
t 1 n I they thl bel bl bellig K rwiilr fIlnl rvqiilrtd l for tl l4 trinportntlnn trinportntlnnof trnorntO
J of ammunition ammuntion jiml n1 fo foo1 < v iipili iipiliRKIIELS Ippl >
r I II I RKIIELS nF1111f MAlldl MIIIII OV 0 0I CARACAS CARACASiMlro Ro Roi
I I i iMlro alroColnJ atro < 2on olnc to 0 la I Ylrtnrla Irlrl In CliwU CliwUHi liict liictI I
H Hi lrr lrrr mi miiatf
r iatf lt < il l CaUt C Ut OfspVc119 Of I t2 Tlir Tnl Slv SlvWiuEM8Tti I Iit
1 I WiuEM8Tti WItZIS1jl > Curafun Curt un I l JI lct f 51 1 A de despatch 1 1I h hI ¬
it I spatch path from fror Caracas lnro ayi Y thro thr rojcl 111 armies arm arnihst 3 3I
I 820 80 strong Iron nro niurchlns mrdllJ rchIIg on 1aracan uran from fromAlto fmmAIII frmnAlta
Alto AIII Orccltt and anl tiuaMnt GIIIn Tho filiation fitlJtion U Uvery I Ivrr Ivery
very vrr critical cdllll The rhl propleof opllof I Venezuela rOIIIlhn hnvo hnvouo IIfl IIflS
S uo 10 morn mI money 10nl II1ofl to tl t lend 1 < ld the Ihl Government GovernmentPresident Cn llntlt llntltI
I President Pte ldlll ellro Citro uRtro will i leave for la la I Ii Vic Victoria 11 11lorla ¬
i toria lorla tomorrow torfOW tor1tIrI ow to try I ry to u rtop 111 the Ih nnwnnl nnwnnlmarch onwlrl onwlrlmach onwaritmarch
march mach of tint th t ii revolutionist h3OIIit revont tnh imd IIJ u Ir r nel itll itllItolamlo u uJiolanln
Itolamlo ItolamloJIAYttK Jolanlo Jolanlo411f JiolanlnU4IRt
JIAYttK 411f THEYLL PROTEST PROTESTRnl I IIU7tIt lUl lUlII
t Rnl II D MOP tOI Audit Iul Not oc Snrp Snr iflrC Itlint haI M II Is Do DoAboutPnttlnstliplarapixOiil ni 1ki
i AboutPnttlnstliplarapixOiil AtuPtlnclll AbeuPutIilIic C lrI rii4 Chi tilt of llarliur llarliurBoilton Iarhur IarhurI tlarhurRoilton
I Boilton lilon Dllta Dll B1I V t Diilett fIlct agents a anit nl of tfn tfItel f tlm tlmRed 11 11I
I I n Red I 1 Line Le received r coiwt p 1 oalila 11 det 1 tI4ptdI tI4ptdIyestvrda Ildl Ildlellenl itch itchye
ye yestvrda ellenl tcnlay > morning rorulng from In I iuiyra eon eonfirming eo eo11rg coit
t firming 11rg the 111 tli news 10WI that the t he Meam rtl Mtal4IiP Mtal4IiPI hip hl < nr nrac u uf
I I acf ac 8 had hal len tltl ordered orenll d to leave 1111 ihe tl ih inrlior inrliorafter iirhorI 1OI 1OIaftr
f I after aftr Ifndlog I dlgg only on I uhu1 dx ihoit > tt two I ohlnl wohiriher > ihinl f fher rher
her cargo t10 cero and it wn wil4 t unlikely Inlkel that tint tintblockading tl th thLokadlng
blockading blkdlng warships Arhlp noiild 0111 allow a allo 10 lu hr > r to toreturn 10I toI
I Jttl return and Ind land tho rs r Vnlewi tnl Ut1 they Iht r rceded It Itc it itceded
ceded c do the te despatch sta ta PI d l the Iht vp I > l would wouldgo wUllI wottlgo
I go back lok to Curacoa Cur Cura o ot and 111 not lot make mal any an at attempt nltempt attempt ¬
tempt to get into Porto Ctblo abollo ab lln for which whichport whlhpr witlelport
port like Ihell he also bad cargo cariuUp cargoUp
pr Up to the close clo cnrju cnrjuUp of busliitMt hu il hour hOlr tho lliofirm thot
1 firm rm received rhed no further mivicoa aittvk and ali the thebeliern th thbllv tIitbellevi
beliern bllv that that the thl Caracas Clracai had hi I probably probablystarted Irul hlr hlrj
j started trted back to Curacoa Cura oa to land there thI for forFtorage fo fort
i t Ftorage tor 1 tho tu cargo for or Ui Glayra iuayra ttayr nnd nli Porto PortoCahelio Iorl Portoc
f c able Cahelio blo Some Sm of this freight rrcl ht U I I1rih I1rihable > erith erithible rii riiable
ableD ableDeSoloLobotCo ibleDeSolo DeSolo D DeSoloLobotCo Slo LoboACo Lbo Co one on onooftIiecondgning onooftIiecondgningftrne of tliccoiMlgtunK tliccoiMlgtunKfirms tlloconlllnl
I firms frm said Md homo Mme of tli tll tho COIIIKIIWH clnlln would wouldHUffer Wnlhl Wnlhluer wouldsuffer
suffer heavily hlavl if thu fnicht was wao not no landed landedand InlI InlIand lancidand
and uer they expected IXpClld the th agents aglnl of Ir tho yeM > l lto 1to
to protect protet Uoulton Hllon BlUs flhI I k < v Unllrtt DI1pl did not notcare n01cr notcare
care cr to t fay M what they would woull do tb Mr MrDallett MrDailett i
Dalet Dallett said 11 however that tho I hI lint Inl would wouldtill sotikIlJtul 0111
ItU lJtul till keep to its IU regular rjulnr Killings plinl ailtiig because becausewith 1JIaui 1JIauiwith bcatotwith
with arbitration arbitraton being henl dlcii dl dkctIMpt eUoI1 Heci the block blockade hlok hlokado llockado ¬
ado might be 0 raised rllld The 111 Philadelphia Philadelphiawill Phladlphln Phladlphlnw111
c will w111 sail on Saturday SAturlay and will w1 tnko tak freight freightfor friKhlror froigltfor
for La L Quayra Ouyra If there U I any So H fur fil nono nonohas 10no 10noI tionoI
I I has ha been bn booked bookedKunhardt bokld bokldKuhardt bookedt
t I Kunhardt Kuhardt Co o agentH Rgtn of the th Dutch Dutchline nltch ttitchI
I line lie are Ir awaiting news 1W of their Hteamer Hteamerthe Ittallr Ittallrte Htatiwrt
t V the te Prlrm PiM Wlllem Wlem II I which was Wl due du at atPorto atL
L k Porto Por Cabello Cblo yesterday yrlttrday and LaCiiiayra LaCiiiayraUMlar L LathiayraS la ra raty
S tl today ty In view 10 of the lie Caracas Carncal incident incidentthey InclJent InclJentther IncidentA
+ A 1 they seemed eemed to feel pretty prlty Kuro uro that thatw he hewouldnt hl
1 w J1 wouldnt get in at all allVenezuelan ni allI
J I Venezuelan ofzelan Affair Alair licepi UII Mr Ir White hUI In InLondon Ini Inf InI
f I London LondonHtntiii LondonS
i i I
A I Htntiii S rl CoW Ca Dtipatc npailo la Tnn Tnl Tn TnS Sex SexLONDON SCNh
S h b I LONDON IKDN Dec D 24 24Mr Mr Henry Jtnr1 White Whie the theAmerican IheAmercn thett
tt American Amercn ChargA cas dAffaires d A fa I rt will 1 remain rmain in inLondon InLndon Inr
r London Lndon over ChrlMmaH Chriltnal to continue contnue the theVenezuelan thl theVenezuelan
Venezuelan Innuel negotiations negotiationsAnother negotatlonl negotiationsI
I
I i Another Anethfr German Otma Crman rralier IUI to Venezuela VenezuelaSptrtat llfzllla llfzlllaI rIeztelat
1 I t r t Sptrtat S o Cattt C4b Dnpottlt DIllo to TRK Tn I StiBaB14N Sex SexBEBUN UN UNI
I i BEBUN BILN Dec 1 24 241 24It It U reported reprlo that the thecruUer theI
r I cruUer rir Sperber Sprbr U I preparing prlprlng at Keil KI and andthat andI andtE
tE I t I that thtlbe she will wi Ball l for Venezuela enzulh at the end endof endi endof
i I i of the month monthVBIT monthf
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f VBIT NFt CURE FOR Hi SEASICKXKSS SEASICKXKSSThe SSWIC 4 4Tt
The Tt Italian ialan Ambauador Ambaalor Sa Nai a1 > s UooklnR EookIn ooklnr In II a aMirror alrrol aMirror
Mirror lrrol Cnrl tired Him HimWASHINGTON 1m 1mt HImWASHINGToN
t r i WASHINGTON WASHNOTON Dec DI 24 24Slgnor Slgnor Mayor MayorDes Iayorr
I r C Des De Planchen tho Italian Ialan Ambassador Ambaiwadorhas
I fl t has a new cure cre for la noasickne lcknlN He Herefus lieJ
J i I refus rfu f to speak Kpk of the cure clre a al a 1 discov discovery dl dicovery cov covt ¬
t fr ery and says lyl ea It It was Wa merely Inprely the remilt remiltof reltof restiltof
of obBervatlou obrvatou No o medicine m dlcino i re required ref required ¬
quired qull and all the apparatus IppratuH jieco IIC tiecessary nry ry it ita 1 1a isa
f a mirror large or small mal Signor do clog Plan Planchess PlanIhll Planc
101
c chess Ihll mrr obscnatlons obIMatlon were Wtro mad on a recent recentjourney flnt flntJourey recentt
t journey Jourey across acro tho Atlantic AtlanticAccording Allaullct
I According Aorlnp to tho Ambassador AmhaAdor it wa a very veryrough voryrugh veryrough
t rough rugh and he wa was a very pr sick lck He II says MI that thatat that thatat
at first Irt ho wan WAi afraid arll ho was Wa going golnl to die dieand dieand dieand
and then he was wal very much afraid ho howouldnt hot liewouldnt
t wouldnt He had about reached ralhe1 the stage utagowhentho lt stagefz Ago Agot
fz t I whentho henth thought of suicide brought hrught tem temporary hmf ternporary ¬
t porary cheer chlr and comfort when whln h Ito < hap happened hRppne hapiI ¬
iI petted prr to t toglance glance glanr In a mirror mirrr beside helihl his hll berth berthand bNthI
iic f I and pne he immediately felt rpl better htttr Ho 10 lb con continued cn cntlnua eoniej ¬
iej tinued tlnua to gaze 17 in tho mirror and the longer longerhe longerI1
I1 I he looked loked the th better Ir he in felt fel Finally Jlnlly he hearose hel liearose
from hi his twill and left hit
4 arose Arol hil hfrth ald Ilf state stateroom Ktatef ¬
l I I room rm completely cmph llly free frto of mal do mer Dur DurJ ¬
f J I ii ing the ret rfl of the voyage voY le ho nays IS he carrlexl carrlexla errh1 errh1a
a hand hard mirror mirr and whenever whlnot there til was wasA wal walt
of the of the
I A poKsfbllity return diHtrpuning diHtrpuningmalady dktressitgt
t t i t l malady he bad bai but to contemplate lhmplato bin bincountenance hi hiCutenar hisp
p countenance Cutenar countenanveinthinghustoeTectit in thnglHAstoeiTect thtgll to eTe1 ft t cure cureThe cureI
I i = I i The The4 Ambassador mMsPlor suggusted l gu lI thin cure cureto curt
1 r I to II a number nnmor of other nflltctnd amft > passengers pl lng on onthe onit
it I N the ship Ilp and In mo rot toast l cases C6 it was Wil sue sucieufuU sueesful ue
I t ieufuU esful 8fll All Al of o f thowi thm to whom ho men mena mll menrI
rI 4 tontd honed I t wel were 1omll women Ix ezreft < onl One who was wasft a an
It
ft t a maw mle and a rynlc nle Ho 10 lUtoned bln d politely
ft II to tlnf tntmbIIel thietmbaaaduts Amba adirh csplmuition cxpllatln pUtflv pUtflvto of the theruns theture
runs ur and refcjxiwlod wIth wih Ionic Im heat hlal that tlintit thatit
1 l it f it madQ 1ndQ him 111 itt fick ck to BW i > his hl fare flfln In the glass plasswhen fll glasswhen
t when 1hen Well and 4nc he h thnught I hrlght he hI would dl dlr dis dish
h ¼ r t If be betried tried trNllt it when hln elk elckTlie elekThe
f i The Ambassadors Ambassadorsezplanation explanation expllMtol of the th cure cureIs curf curet4s
I t4s i f I Is II that lht the tl constantly cttalty changing horizon horizonnow hor7on hor7onri horizontl
tl ri now n high now low as al a the Ihl liipx Ineporhnlll IneporhnlllVOleroklatthei iricncvd iricncvdvoynger
1 I r VOleroklatthei voyitgerlookeatthleseahhlieeatlsesafeeltng voyitgerlookeatthleseahhlieeatlsesafeeltngi voynger looks at t he s < in line 111 causes cau a feeling feelingof
fllng fllngo
i 1 of rertlgo YrIKo of If eoaslcknep rouicknlP4 Tho Thi contem contemplation rntor ¬
tn o plation of the th mot Interesting lntereuli
platon 10H Inlrl tll K object objectnear objlt objltf objectI
I f near nea at lt had hd will wl cure clre thf thIs > vertigo vertigoCAItErfh rtgo rtgoCAnE
4 CAItErfh CAnE TftlKVKS TnJ TI1flIIt TI1flIIEntered THKSK THKSKKntcrert THF
j I II
I Entered tnlerf Mr Ir MorRenthaun lorlmthlu llon 10m IIottr e and andTeste an andt1
t1 4 Tested Ttll < l Every F r Piece Iltl of silver silverUindowllftlrtg Slhlr Slhlrt
1 Uindowllftlrtg Windolftrg thlvrr got Into the house housenf hOU hOUf houeiif
f nf Julius JUUUI C Morgnntlinu UorgontlJ the stamp dealer dealerwho dalerholvM daIrshe
t who holvM HVM At 1B1 West Wlt Ninetyfirst Inptyfft street streetyesterday Ilrft streetyesterday
t yesterday Yllera morning morlns and Ind stolo nl < silverware silverwarevalued IIf sIIverareI arl
I valued alu at a more nlro that lfiOO lfl The Thl thlovett thlovettlook thlovrMt
t look lok only onl solid Illd tllver I 1 r In toMtlng teuttn a few fewnieces fl
r nieces fleo of plated platf want they thor broke btole them and Ind
the lh fragments f aRmpIII were wer found f011 later
1 I Tliey Tltr also lx bent nt up a 1 big hl solid Iold silver 1r soup
1 ladle apparently apprnt to rnnki rkl it easier to tl carry carryI
I j and then loft Ilf It The hn thieves thllII lot lot several elml
bottles Ilulel of wine wlnl antI IIOXIH of cIgars cl lf alone aloner
t r but III went up to tl ti the Ihf cccotul lOlhl floor oor and ald stole Itol
Mm Moricenthauit MOrltllthllH oporn Irn Irnh4 IT cloitk cloitkThe lolle lolle1he
h4 The floors fOOT dovnlnlrs Iownflnl ere tI strewn Mtrwn with
1 burned IIll81 matchc The 1m West IIL icoth 10lh strfvt strfvtpollen ItrN1 ItrN1t stroeti
t i pollen poll are ar Investigating Inwslllltlnl tho robbery rohlnrvWILLIAM rohl11I robberyDILIJ4I1
I WILLIAM nI1 S fIROirV flflOfl nOI AHRKSTKH AHRKSTKHnanteU Um ItflISTIII Tlm TlmanCf
I
nanteU anCf In lilencu lilengufor lilengufori Ihacu fur Ioritcry lorltrlo lorltrlotlf How Howlletneen
i lletneen tlf C Partnrn Iarlnln IK Il Max MaxWllllnm I IWlllm
5 Wllllnm Wlllm S RDrHIn Grown who Nays Pay that that ho U Ua I Ia isa
a purttvrr lorUMr in the tlt lhi ptiblMilm plll hl Orm rm of f Walter WalterK alte alteI
K I LIndsay LndA A Co 0 which whleh ha has ian n New York Yorkoffice Yorknrnce orb orbCtr
office Ctr at at 253lroadwuy 253 53 IrchnlY flroalway was WR arrested IrNlod In this thiscltT thl thlrlf thisI
I city rlf yesterday oaera nt the reiuo rISI refltlet t of Ir tho Chicago Chicagoimlicowlio ChlcRlu ChlcRlujk ltkaguic
ic imlicowlio jk lohIco 1 < 1 vltu 10 say IY that ho h IH P wnnlnl 1111 ther thln for fori
i forgery rorlor A despatoh fro rlo to in II Chicago thlRlo said saidthat 1111 1111Ihal saulp
p that a apolk pollcr Nfklr ofticvr would leave l ao there to toil t ¬
t 1 f S il its II v to II bring bring hhi hll liii hack haek to Oiicn 1M0 o
Drown IrowllI wys that Ihalll hi hits arrest rflt is I a I roult 1 11 of a aillsputAnniong nIIIPII aiiIsptit
IIIPII iiIsptit illsputAnniong n aiotig nolg imrlners IHIIIrs tiAra and nd that horn 11lm t is isro I Irl itCo
+ ro rl ground IOI for a i criminal action Ho 10 lb says saysthat sayst1 11
t1 that hn bought boulht an Interest Inl f t in II the Ile com compinylibtiBineNa Iom Iom11n1huIIOII cornpanaIiiitinese
pinylibtiBineNa noino tlinu ago and alll right ¬
11n1huIIOII 11 All rllhl
fully lulrriloUated negotiated paper lit II Chicago ehlci o which whichIAS
I 111 hiss IAS bo bOJJ booji j rmpudlaivd Iudlatol pr by Mr fr Lindsay who whoS whoii
Is I
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SROTWOMA SROTOMANIN SHOTWOMANIHHUNTFORWIFE SHOTWOMANIHHUNTFORWIFELEITIIMAX IH HUNT HUNTFOR FOR WIFE WIFEIEITII1I4 I IICITIUI
LEITIIMAX ICITIUI ISSISTKD THAT MRS MRSAMlfMMV iIIlSKttTII4 RS
AMlfMMV 1114 V WAS tU HiniXtl IlmJ HKH HKHHe lIeJ1II R Rle
He le II II Demented Dfmlote the tf Police Polre Hay SaIUfc a1url Wife Had HadWorked lld lldf hadIlorked
Worked f orkf for Woman olna lie Ir Shot and Ind He HeHunt te teNt Heiut
Hunt Nt There Tlre to SnrU I Her Ilr11 HerIlls fill Victim VictimNot SIeltnuot Ittm Ittmut
Not ut Likely 1lkll to IHolle UII OrI Get en Away AwayMrs Aa Aalr Aalrs
Mrs lr lrs Charlotte CIIrloUI Kaufman KUrlll a widow wiow of fr citliii
110 10 East Ninetysixth Nlnly lxth street strll was fa shot in intlm II Inthii
the bret at her homo 10mo yester yesterday tllorcay < iay morn morning mornInl mornIng ¬
ing Inl by Johann Lelthman llthmal of lf 410 East E at t S Smul Sv < Von Vonteenth uti utiteentlt
teenth helth olrcdt Itrd who 11 won M looking loldilg for hU hUwife hi hiIfe 1d4yte
wife Ife who sometimes IOtlll did lic washing for Mrs MrsKaufman Mrsgaufrnat1 Ir
Kaufman InUrnllh After Arer the shooting IxiUhnian IxiUhnianrun Illhmul
run rln from frlm the t hf house h0ll and tMcaped l alld The Thejxillct1 Tueinllco h holI
jxillct1 olI fiv 1 that hf li Is demented dementedlllliinnn ltmlnli ltmlnliJIIIII denwnhitl14ithinai
lllliinnn JIIIII went 1111 to Mrs Irl Kaufmans KaurmlnH apart apartm1nt apartnnl apartInetits
m1nt > nlmtit Jlt llSO I oclock and told MM MMKntiftnan 3trtinuftnaii Ir Ir1lufmnn
Kntiftnan 1lufmnn that tha 1m ht wanted wlnlr to o ceo ltO hi his wife wifeMrs wlf wlfIr wifeMN
Mrs Ir Kaufman Kaurmal Utniati told him that Mrs Ir IMthman IMthmanwas Ilthlan
was 1 niit nit < t there and that tht bile hailnt ldnthuc Iiactnthud had Mrs MrsLfltlunun MO MrsIlthiinin
Lfltlunun IIhllnml do any In work for several days daysShe < 11 laysMhe
She ho Is I here hpr Minutci LfilbiiumpaslilnK LfilbiiumpaslilnKMri IdtbIIJ pu hlnl
Mri lr lrs Kaufman IlnrmUII1ele u akk de and IIIm il Im going golnj to lind lindher tn tnIr tiiiihhir
her Vourn 0111 ouriI hiding hicln hinl ing her herIxitliinau 111 herIcitlitnatt
Ixitliinau Lllhral ran In nm through IhruI h the th room Hlml and tndbcijan rI rIpltallookil andtPgai
bcijan tPgai pltallookil looking under lullr tlobeJsandin tlo the hcd Rnilin anil in closetn closetnWhen clolhl clolhlWhell closetiVhieti
When hu had made lado t tboraueli llrollh searoli Iloh of oftin f fIh ofthi
tin Ih room rnOI be again aall demanded leI IC1 that Mrs MrsKaufman Mrs1aitfgtian trM trMKalfman
Kaufman Kalfman tell 111 him where hi iia lila wife wa waSu WIU waishi
Su n if 1 frightened friht Inl cried by h hUaetlonn lik lo actions and had hadedged haddltlllal bindOLIgil
edged dltlllal l near itea V the Ih door llor rllhlil Aitliinan eit It toan evidently evidentlythought cillntly cillntlyIhollht tiileot aue ly lythinttgitt
thought Ihollht that Il < lii > v 18 ta s trying to II get t uway uwayfrom 11
from him himVou 1111 hiltitYott
Vou cant e I Pcas cape call he h shouted holtld nod nudpulled nli nodPIIlhfd
pulled 1Id n revolver rvllvlr from lll rota hit hl pockeu pockeuHe IId IIdIh tcheL tcheLI
He I it fired fnd thne thnlhol I shot Two went Illt wild wil arid omlIhc an anIhl aridlii
Ihc Ihl lii other 01 lir lodged In Mrs tr Kaufmans Klurman breast breastSlip hrell hireasttIe
Slip hp fell 1 hl 10 1011 tho thl tIi floor 1r Kcifaming jIaminl and Lilth Lilthnian 1lh 1lhIlnlIRIIII Litliloan
loan IlnlIRIIII rnn ra ii out itt t shutting Ibti hllln t t I og the door llool after aftI him himMis hIm hImi
Mis 11 i KanlMianV KallIII1 Iati fttiitiis a IlarlmII hart > artini Iflflts > nt8 are UI itt on 01 0 ii tin tinfifth thIlh I Ii Iilift
fifth Ilh lift Ii floor foor and here IhI t are a immlxr 11111 no inlsr of tiMiants tiMiantsIn Huall HuallII t eIiait eIiaitI >
In II I ii the t lie boils hOI They 1tle hearil hlr1 bee nt the I lie shots PhotH and andMri ald aldIr an I IiIrs
Mri Ir KnulmansffreannfliKla alhnln nitinnns ersahtis car flll atid a they ru 11111 11111Into rithied rithiedI hed hedInto
Into I 010 tho th t he hnll hal some Inl of them Ih1 t mot 11 Leltlmmn Leltlmmnrolng 1lhlal IeIt hi titan titanroI
rolng rlnl roI ng nut but I iut no nl ni one CI siopiwd stoill oil him himMrs hll but1iis
Mrs Ir Ittenli UtlnI Uttenlsrger rger r who livtw ht on 11 thu floor floorbelow nomIwlu fhiejillon
below Iwlu Mr Mrs Ir Kaufman Kaurlon ran rl upstair tlRlr nnd nndfound Ind Indrlllli 11101found
found rlllli her hel uncoii UIOIUP ii icoiiiIotls lous A policeman oclan called calledmi Ialld cab kiI kiIu
mi u I i ambulance Imhllllt ii III IaIiCt and 811 a itil iho II lie was WI tnken tnkln t to t o the thePresbvterimi Iht110hlorl1 t he heireshiteriiui
11 Presbvterimi 110hlorl1 Hospital HnVitul The Th doctors dOtlr said saidlast said141st Id Idlill
last lill night that I the chances Ilan ianes WHIT f that I she fhewould shetit1il h hwluhl
would wluhl recover recoverA rlnr rlnrglnlml
A general alarm allll a Ia rrn and ali description deseript 110 of Leith Leithman Ilh Ilhml Isi t Ii Iiitia
man ml itia ii were Ir ore sent e nt out 011111 but the t lie police pol1 got uo uotrncu 10 110I
trncu 111 I Iict of It hint IdmUell hll hllllHm
llHm 11011411 1IL IIL1 11 niis SfIt sf11Pv1r 1 1htIl
Uell 11 Known an a lAwjerand Iwor anl antI as R an Idllor IdllorHoward Filitorof llor
0 of Irlt Leg1 Iublalol Iublalol10ml Iubhlealluns Iubhleallunsliowitril
Howard 10ml Kills JI who filO hn has been bn an editor Ilitor for fortbo forthl forthu
tbo thl Case Ca I Law w PubllshinR 1Ihl hlnj Company ComlRny at 220 220Ilroadway flOItroalwa
Ilroadway 110111 Itroalwa dropped dlopp dead d al yesterday yt tcrda after afternoon aflrnol afternoon ¬
noon nol in front of the th County COlnl Court ourt house 10uI < e at atIlroadway dtIroatlway athiroadway
Ilroadway Iroatlway and anl Chambers ChunlXrl street streetMr llrt llrtIr streetMr
Mr Ir Ellis F11 was wal accompanied alolplJd to court Curl by byFrancis b bFrlcl EtyFrancis
Francis Frlcl U Thuiber lhitii hU lr her who had l lszi > een a client clientand lienl lienland clientand
and friend for fol many mlny year yearHe Yln Ylnlt yearslie
He lt hud a motion on the calendar which whichwas whichwa whichWas
was wa far down the th list It nnd at 1 oclock oclockI oclockIhl oclockthit
I Ihl ho court Ilrt adjourned aljolrnod for recess 1t1 With Wih Vi hIt Mr MrThurber MrThiitrbvr I IThlrher
Thurber Thlrher he II went out for luncheon IUlchln and Iml vat wivstricken 11 vatstricken
stricken 111Ikl with liii apoplexy Ipolltx jut jlH after artr crossing crossingBioailwav eroailtigIii o II
Bioailwav BioailwavMr 11 Iii uad oatlwnv oatlwnvMr 11
Mr 11 Elli Ehlii 1 s bdy h ily 1 was IS removed 1lotd tu an 11 un undertakers 11 unlertitkr ¬
dertakers dlrtlkl > r shop ho at 24 2 1 Macdoigal street strtetlater streetlater Irltl
later 111 > r to tl ti his hi home hOIt 245 2 21 Went lC4th street MrtetHe Itrf1 Itrf1HI streetlie
He HI was wl > hum at Klkton rlkIOI iid itl I on July Julyd Jil JilI Jul Julit
d I 18U4 IlU He was 11 < udmittcd ulhnitld to tile liar lr in inPennsylvania II inIenttiIvttiha
Pennsylvania 111lvanla and practised vrlctl 11 In II that State Stateuntil hituteuntil ttl
until Intl after 8f the th I hi > Civil Civi I War Wa r when wlln lit ti he h came cal1 to tothis tothlP tothis
this thlP city t to reside resideHo rllde rlldeH reskieHo
Ho H was WR for fourteen rourlpel years pan editor ldlor of mo molate Ih the theKstie
late 11 and Knuilv qliJ Reporter and later became becamethe llil beeotiietIn
the thl legal Igol editor 11101 of Rrprler the CommcrciuMdrerwor CommcrciuMdrerworTrrrt Comtereldrrt8er Comtereldrrt8erTtrr Comtncrciol tdrcrSier tdrcrSierTirre
Trrrt Ttrr yearn Iart ago lie h organized the tht Cae CaeCoinpanv Ca CaeCompany
Company CoinpanvMr
Mr lr Kills 11 leaves leav1 four brothers Rudolph RudtilphEllis RudulphII RudolphEllis
Ellis II president prldplt of the Fidelity Trust ft Com Companv Com11nv CoinPflY
panv of Philadelphia Phladtlphla Dr Charles Charlt M I Kill Killof Ellisof U
of Maryland larrllnd Col 01 Philip Phll H J Ellis ElI a retired retiredEllis rUr retiredColonel
Colonel or the Regular army and FranIll Francis S SEle SEllis
Ellis Ele formerly superintendent 8UJrlnllnrent of one of the thoSouthern theHuthpr the4outhern
Southern Huthpr railroads ralradl A widow one on eon n and andHERO andtwo andtwo
two dal daughters blrl alt also survive h h6i I IIIWO
HERO IIWO OF It FORT FISHER I SUR HEAD HEADllrtit4ol 1FI 1FIIlltool IFtDIIeut4ol
llrtit4ol Illtool Henry ler Clay Cla Ia lorkwoml okool Was Wasnrrvetted fal falrnlld VIaflreettrd
nrrvetted rnlld < ajor After tll the Ihl Ntoniilnr NtoniilnrHenry Mtormlnr StornilniHenry
Henry Henr Clay Lock lckwood wood of West WIt Chester Chesterwho Chlllr Chlllrwho Chesterwho
who was brnvettwd br1oUO1 Major for gallantry gallantryat galanlry galanlryRt
at tho storming Itormlng of Fort Fisher ltlr in the Civil CivilWar Civi CIvIlVar
War Wlr died yesterday In Bellevue lIue Hospital Hospitalwhere Hospial HospialIhtr hospItalwhiero
where Ihtr ho had ha been ben for several vlral days He Hewas Hewalin liewas
was walin in bin hiI sixtyfourth year yearCol YlrCo yearCol
Col Co Ix IckwoodI Lockwood > ckwood as he was nl generally gnpraly called calledwas cald caldWR calledwas
was WR the eldest ldplll son of Gen Munson lunln Ingersoll IngersollLockwood Inglrl IngersollLockwood
Lockwood ckwood who was WI an Intimate IntmalI friend frllnl of ofGovernors ofUoverors ofGovernors
Governors Uoverors Seward Hwnrd and Seymour Hymour He Heserved le lerpd HeserveI
served rpd on the thl staff Iaf of the Military Jla Governor Governorof oror ororof
of the th District Ustrlcl of Columbia at the outbreak outbreakof outhrlak outhrlakor
of the war and d In 1802 186 was WB appointed appointedLieutenantColonel applnltl applnltl1llllenantColonel appointedLiotitemiantCulonet
LieutenantColonel 1llllenantColonel of a I volunteer olmllr regi regiment rKI rKIment rgiintent ¬
ment mentHe intentlie
mentIl He Il served rellhrouRhout throughout the war and when whenthe whpnIhe whenthe
the fighting fghting ended returned rtlurl to his law lawpractice lawractr lawlracttco
practice ractr in this Ihll city In March 1872 he hewan h hfamo hebecame
became famo Major lljor of Ie tue Hpnlyfrtt Meventyflrst HKI HKImtnt ltegjmont
mtnt mont and latfr later toutlnantolonel LieutenantColonel le lewal lie liewait
wan wal the author of several lvtrl books bok amon amonthem amonthem
them I htm being bllg The Abolition Ablton of the amoll Pros Presidency Prll Prlldlnc Prosdency ¬
dency dlnc In which hlch he asserted that there therowere thlro thlrowtr therewere
were wtr many fallacies ralacipl in tho t theexlsting h existing Ixlltnj system systemand 11 systemiland
and advocated advoolNI a plural executive txeutt and n nConstitutional 1 aConstItutional
Constitutional Con ttullonal History H tory of France Franc In Inaccordance Inacranr Inaccordance
accordance with a request Uft of Col Lock LockwcKfl Lck LckwOI LockwoFl
wcKfl acranr wOI his hi body will wi be b cremated crematl and no nofuneral nofUhral nofuneral
funeral fUhral service fMlcd will wi be b held heldLKAIt hpldUI heldLE4D
LKAIt UI 0 TREASURER 7RFUIFR DEAD DEADIaught nRA nRAcaurht PE4Daught
aught caurht Cold Coll olil When hfn Summoned Hummonf to Moynlhan MoynlhanTrial MornthanTrIal lolhanTial
Trial Tial as a a Taleiman TaleimanJoseph Tllman TllmanJo TaleimanJoseph
Joseph Jo eph It McRlrney Jcmrno who ho had been beu a adirector adirtor adirector
director dirtor and treasurer Ireaurr ofthe of the National NationalIad Salonal SalonalIAad NatIonalLead
Lead IAad Company Compn since Ilnce its Il formation formaton In 1891 1891died 1811 1811IIId 1891died
died IIId yesterday afternoon atoroon at his hll home home9S7
9S7 Madison avenue of pneumonia Mr MrMcIMmey MrlcIlre MrMchiirnoy
McIMmey lcIlre caught Iaught a severe loer cold several severaldays Rveral RveraldlYI severaldays
days dlYI ago 110 when he hen he was al summoned Iumrned ah al a atalesman atallman atalesman
talesman tallman for the trial tral of exPolice x Polce Captain CaptainMoynilmn Cplaln CplalnoYllln CaptaInMoynihnn
Moynilmn oYllln and pneumonia soon lon developed developedMr
Mr 11 McBirney fc lrnpy was wal horn hor In Chicago ChlcR o J2 5 years yearsnco yearstigo 11
nco I O and was Wl8 tho son on of Hugh IcRlriiey > lcmrIIY a apioneer nliullr aIdmiecr
liullr pioneer 1e In II the thl lead Itd business 11lnli who IN still stillliving ti
living hllg In that thlt city Ho came hero hlr from fromChicago frol fromChIcago
Chicago Chicgo In 18X8 IRS isa cll He Ie was a director dirtor of tho thoNew theSew
New 1 York Club Six months monttJI ago he ht mar marrleda marrlla marSrhoda
rhoda rlla Miss 111 Elliswho EI who survives lur him Ills Illsmother mi Illsmother
mother motl r and two brothers brothel Hugh and anl Dayton DaytonMoBirney DOVIOI DaytotiMollirney
MoBirney lcHre also survive surviveOhlluary fUI surviveOhiltuiry O OOhl
Ohlluary Ohl ua Notes NotesCharles NoteChiarIe 01 01ehatllI
Charles ehatllI B Smith Rmlh died 11M InldshomHn 11111 louIs homln hoin In Newark NewarkInrceil ewkYP ewarkyesterday
YP yesterday Irlay 1011 rnornhiig I lIe wa was prllopnt prpstiipnt of
Ih largest 111 t wholesale hohilo druif dru hOI unties inline In New Swr
lrul
lf Jsrey > r oy and was born bor In Iicknwtnna Pn PnApril InAprtl
April prl in t tall IKI II 1 lie became clm a clerk cllrk In C 1 Il W WIldtrl WIiaciicert V VIlnd
Ilnd Ildtrl Iiaciicert prs wliolaaln hol al drug dril Morn tfrf In II Newark Ylk
In IMS 11 and siib subseqtiently ubpqnnt iuentljr attended RlIndl the Cot
tee l of Pharmacy In I this tlll city el 11 nlng III from fromllifre fromI fromatlier
llifre I hr Into the 1 oniiiloj 1110 of Tarrant i To 10 In Inlf InI Intrn7
lf I trn7 7 lie III wont pnt buck to Newark Nlwlk and Ind houcht boulht 1 1 aaht
half aht lntorc Intfrlt t In II thin busIness bllop of M Iil4 first fr 1 em employer Im Implopr rioploer ¬
ployer C W ItnuBer ItdlPr and Jnd xiircecdcd lrf11 him hIm in inunder
Ih the tllnl busIness whlrh whIch WI was Inrrrmh Incorporated 1 lii t isai isaiunder 1 1Imlpr
under Imlpr the namr Iml of C B Pmllh mlh A To Tonnrl a lie lieSTAt
STAt YI tlln then mae mccl presIdent of the coitipanr coitipanrand II
Clpln Clplnnm
and nm lirld Hint t Jlot nest t until Inl hli hl death dlth Mr Ir
Smith Hmlh MilTerrd RerNI from frCr a I comi cOlllMton coniolleatloni > l lent Inn of orI ofihIssiss ofihIssissfor ill <
for three year lr or bore IDr hut hit wax at lt his hil desk deskuntil ek eknnt clrkuntil
until nnt I tnn 111 days IYI aim nl Me Ii leave INII a widow Idol nnd nndKneril Intl Intlrl authsvrrtl
Kneril rl on al otis lie was a a I mmher m mlr of th thin thinbotird
boiird hoar of directors Ilrpcor In th the S fcond teond < fond National ltlCnll
llnuk lolk n tril Irl trustee tfl tp1 of 0 the Ih lnlvcr tnlvdrwillt illt Church Chlrch of
the Ih odnier 1111 n 1 prominent 1rennnvin 1rnlnlnd 1rnlnlndImmo and nnda
a promoter Immo nf o the thl lluiviin Hur11 of V toetatrd orlated orlalf1
ClmrltleM ClmrltleME ChArll ChArllI Ciotrit Ins InsI
E I > S Chapman 11 1 pioneer IIOII er citizen cit ilun Izen of Cin Cincinnati Clnrllll Ciiiettitititt ¬
cinnati rllll died 01 ut the hOIl tiotit mine of his hl ilnnghter In Inalnll
Valnin alnll 1IIIU 111 a Niilinrbof tlhurboC silhiiirh of that city Iinulr this morn
olYI
tug hl II I Ifs was A nephew of limit lal Vim t 111 sin tIlor Winkle Winklewho iiikk iiikkivhin
who has hll been beln Immortalized Imlorll7NI by h Wnslilnirton ollntll Inkl > ti Ir IrTliur IrYlur Irvlmt
Tliur Ylur vlmt In II hits hi lilt II Van an Wlnklu WIl kil He was wa born
1 bur
In II the Ihp liii State Hlltn nf o Now CIY York HP 1 II started out 011
In life Ifl a clerk rprk In II a dry ot gn Ion onds < vn store lor at I Troy Trl Im Imfind >
nnd working worklnr with Ilh Mm 111 ut II that time 11m was a ayonnir ityotln
yonnir yotln ounl g nmn named nalll nil mmml Knsxoll HII 1 Kiire Sm If e Thn 11 hio two twoyniintf t we wel I
yniintf l 0111 otin inii 11 were lr IntlmKle 1lllnlll friend nud 111 rival rivalsmr
for the I h hi hum tllnil hienil of the eanie Sllle young wnmiin wnnhimncc
old 01 Mr Ir cc Hiicii HI1 won Mr Ir rhnpninn Ch11lH11 olnl wi WIP wis M 12 t ImUln yearn yearnold yearsihtis nr
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Vllliflin 11111 ihtis iii Ih illHciii ll a 1 promliutit lroIIW11 orotim Inrtit buMtirm buMtirmmnn hl huiliiemsmalt itr itrmau
malt < i it I Whlllln VnsliliiKliin died 11 In that city clii on onUPJI
Tiievlny 1 UPJI nt II the 111 nun al of d oi wi r years IAr lie wa Il Ixitn hum n
In 11111 the t I in north nutll liort b of Irihind Irllln111 I relen il In nl J 51 ZI and 11 rnln en 111 III 10 Ilhf IlhfcOlllrr I o thin thinfountrjr t hit4
fountrjr cOlllrr 200111 rr In IM IMf I Putt srttllne stt llh1 flit g In Itnltlniore 1lllnll tOi It Inior HP HPirved II I Ic Icnerveih
irved thruticliout tlruurlolll thin tln Civil Vnr ar as a com
mlsflonetl ml lonPI offlccr omeerlnd nod later became hlcamf nl lnnlti lnnltiwas hU41nP hililnoss hililnossmallsqer 1 Mi
malu mallsqer rr of the tialtimorn Illhnorn omrrtl 1 lie liewas
was a II Ma Mason on of II nftrtwn yenrs enrii sMiidlnx I II
Iftwo Pln 11 II
and III a member of the Loyal 1011 I 1lon Lsijmn iflon Mr I Ir lt ltIII
fllbion nb on was WA senior member l mhrr or this Ih firm of
Olbson Irf lIrut on nf the oldest n pr printing rm
liomoa hou ol In W hlnktou ahlnltoQ ahlnltoQi tlo utnl
i
LIMITEH LIIT IX 1 A 4 WRECK WRECKl WRECKSIennhianla REO REOItnnlh
l Itnnlh Iennhianla > enn > hanlas anla ililcaio nlllIO Train TrIn Hits Ilta an anAccommodation anAftomrolaUonHnrl inAccommodattoneverl
Accommodation AftomrolaUonHnrl Accommodattoneverl Mevrr l May Ba Br HI Killed KilledPlTT8litiBaDec24The lli HIlledPirraniunta
PlTT8litiBaDec24The PITIIURO Pirraniunta J Dee 24 Th The Chicago Chicgo Limited Limitedon Llmltd
on 01 the tle Pennsylvania Pnnlylanla Railroad Rairod ran rn into intoun 1110 1110In Intoan
un In accommodation aCommoAlon train tllln near Sewlckly SewlcklyPa Hwlcllty HwlclltyI
Pa I twelve tWlhe mlle mle from here hlr on thin Fort FortWayne For Fortayncu
Wayne U0 ayncu Railroad ltlrod tonight t nnIKht Reports Jtportl from fromtlio fromIho fromthe
the scene ICI of the accident 1ldent are conflicting conflictingAccording conflctillg conflctillgAcoring conflictIngAccording
According Acoring to one onO on report JJurt several eral persona personawore l IrsotiMwere > rlolll rlolllwor
wore wor killed klhd According Auorling to another seven tovenpei Mrn Mrnp sevenIeisons
pei p Ieisons > > ons on only onl were WCI seriously hurt hlrl The TheInjund CheInlud rueiiijiirtl
Injund Inlud include Iwlud four pwengers Jaenlll on the theaccommodation til tilaoulloJallon t hi hiacotilgiioiJatiun
accommodation aoulloJallon triin lrin t rain the 11 conductor loOllotor or and andrear un unrla em rid ridreat
rear rla brakeman IJraklan of the same truln Ilull and 111 the theengineer lIl lIlcurillor thisengineer
engineer curillor of the I ht lie limited limitedTlio 111td 111tdTIc limitedThe
TIc limited Ii 11 11 arrived arrhI from New SI York In InPitlhbnrg InPt inPtlsburg
Pitlhbnrg Pt IJrg tonight 10nhlt one on hour late lall and nd at atW40
1040 P 1 M 1 It was at Quaker Quakr Valley ul making makingup maklnl
up l lot < wt lime Ihnt t inn The Th accommodation Ulollnodllou train trainpreceded IralnJIfdld t rainOrders
preceded JIfdld Order Ordurl had hae been 111 given 11 It Is Isfnld I IIalt iiisaid
said Ialt by II the railroad mi ro I authorities Ilthoril for flr the theaccommodation tll tll101111ItI0110 thouaecotiinioulatlon
accommodation 101111ItI0110 to side ldlrRck track for the thl limited limitedbut 1mlld 1mlldhut limitedbut
but through thlouh t a misunderstanding IIundlrtnllur utilsu nilersta mel I rig of tho thoorders Ih Ihfrd t lie lieorders
orders frd the thl t he accommodation aCCllnOlallln Ion kept the t i main maintrack raln ralnI unni n ntruck
track I lck flu limited Imi1 crashed era hPI Into 1110 tho thoaccommodations I tlioaccommodations hu huaolrodatol
aolrodatol accommodations rear rearTinengineer nal rearriit
Tinengineer riit li Inlhlr mgi mner of the thllmllo t Iii limited hi timit id did dil d Id Ui hil utmost utmostto mit inoit inoitto
to stIll 10 tlu > train and RII stuck Ie to hi his past pastHis Jo hostItbu l lHI
His HI train telescoped two ears Cl of the acm accommodation acmlorallon aeemnutodatioti ¬
modation lorallon The Th crash cr rasli h was a heard hJrd through throughout 111uRh 111uRhout ¬
out the neighborhood 1rhhrhou winre w li1r mere many 11 weilthy weilthyPituburg iei IIY IIYPitubur it Ii IiPittburg
Pituburg Pitubur hirlrefs h hurl llhm mtus P s mon en live 1 and all aid was waswoon
woon 100111 at hand handThe h11 lrlfllThii
The TIl accident Iwcihnt occurred IIlrn almost almolt in front frontof froll frollff frontcit
of ff tho bouts houtp of Churlo Wntte Ith ntte gneral gneralHUpcriiiiendenl Iutral IutraluJrlll gimerahsuperiiilemolmnt
HUpcriiiiendenl uJrlll > Inl of Ir pis I im isioner nier nlr transpor transporlitlcm Irn tratisliortat Jor JorItlon
litlcm tat Ion of the Pennsylvania Pcnnllvili lines Inc west Wlt of ofPittshurg ofIjt ofIittsburg
Pittshurg Ijt lur MI Watts at took chnrgo dHljl of tho thowork thoork tltowork
work ork of revue rlt It I was RM first frt reported from fromtlieio rromtlel fromtietO
tlieio tlel that only Illy even pn ptrsons prrMlo were Im dan dangerously 11 datigrousby ¬
gerously Irourly injured lujlnl but blt at 11 Uao lZ IO A M It was wasRiid wal walIllt vasatld
Riid Illt suwral were 11 kIlled killelOWL klll klllOn kIlledOil
OWL On Oil HKItAILS IfIM iitizt I 1 < UHMMOTIlE UHMMOTIlEIeeiilUr lmIWlI lmIWlI1tIlllr IOCOIOIi It ItIreillsr
IeeiilUr 1tIlllr llnllrnad Unlroul Aeeldcit AeettIeutIlse The thIrd lilnlMrniMlTMiioito IIl thIrdit
it as nlahl a 3lotisu 3lotisuMtIttIlTsimoito 111l 111lhIIlrHloll
MrniMlTMiioito hIIlrHloll III 1 Io O 24 CTIII 4ri1e The West WestIndia WctIn WestIndia
India In la Flyer FIlr a 1 fa flt fnit t paRs JRnlWI pussiigei nBer train trin on In tho thoMobile tueMobile
Mobile lolJil and Ohio Katlmad 11111 was fUI delayed dlrl by h an anowl unowl nitowl
owl thin hours hOIr on the thl way wa from flol St HI Louis Louisti
ti In > ilii 111 city Uy on on Monday IOul night nlht Uelwoen UelwoenSpnrlii Belw1 iletwecitSheartli
Spnrlii HIr and 111 Redbud Hollil there tlrt is I no telegraph telegraphMotion lelelaph telegraphtatlon
Motion Iatiln that keep < open 011 nt It night Illht When it itcamo itmlo it11iio
camo mlo 11iio limn 111 for Ir the train lrln to arrive at Sparta SpartaIt HpartaI
It I failed rulllllo to appear appearFor appearFor appearFor
For hour Illur the word 011 was Wi passed pa uacd along alon the tholine thelnl theline
line lnl that II I No I had not arrived Irri1 at Sparta SpartuAt Sprtl Sprtlt
At tt t last lu t the 111 dei 11 leejintelier > atcher hero 1110 called Ialll out outtlio outIbo outliii
Ibo wrecking wlkln cries Cr nnd nll the wrecker wreckerwn wreckerwas reker rekerWR
wn was prn prparlnl ruiaring > arlnK to leave the yard 111 when tho thoword thowor thinword
word wor canto CRI that the tl train had arrived arrive ut utSparta utHplln atSparta
Hplln Sparta three thlo hours hou late lateTlm lal lateTlu
Tlm 1h Tlu caiio Cue ltIC of the delay a shown Ihon In that tboivport thu1IJrt thatnport
ivport 1IJrt received 1JClwd hy K 1 I W r Moore tUicriiitundent t tUicriii uperil uperilteldlll Ulatrinteiithint
tundent teldlll of the tie St UiuU division chI lun wus wu tlmt tlmtan thutun thuzitito
an owl had 11c Ijecome ICII fastened flottnll in a switch hwitcliXint switchpoint wllchpoint
point Xint Mvernl Iml mlles rll out 01 of Rixlbud 1IIul When Whentlio WhlnIho lcn lcnI
tlio I ho Bud Extra xtr tt ra known Ilon as al Freight Frlllhl Train Train3t Trin
31 went ltnt on Oi the tl tiding Idill to allow ulol the thl flyer Hyerto frer frerto
to 11 1185 the Ihl switch wich the th engine Ilgno was I derailed derailedA dlrlI dlrlI11lal
the tu train traincraihlng ulncra trtincrashing
A flaRinan 11lal proventwl Ilrnlll i IIIm > aKSnger er
crashing cra hlnr IntJ Inl the tht freight train trin and mint the thefreight tlif thefreight
frlght freight engine nllo was WI put on 01 the tll track again againafter againuftlr againafter
after uftlr some 011 difficulty difficultyHie dilcultr hmfilcult hmfilcultllie
Hie reason n1 for the IbE owls owl presence pllnC In lnthie lnthieswitch the theswitch theIwheh
switch Iwheh point lay In the fact that that n I mouso mousohad mOI tuotteehind
had run Ixtwwn the rails rai for safety ffety The Thepursuing T6 T6purlulng Thepursuing
bird became d and could couldnot couklhot
pursuing ilr tmOo wedgml wdl > all clld clldlot
not lot escape escapeHouiv tI escapeWohtIN p pHO1I
Houiv HO1I rorxn IWI mi XI STHAXGLED STHAXGLEDToledo STIt4 TIHGFl TIHGFlToltdo Gi 11 11ToledoPolleplittnk
Toledo Toltdo ToledoPolleplittnk Police PoCf Think tllk MIuNnyder MIss m IPndlr Snyder Wat flaflmoked flaflmokedby alOlokfl Clioknl Clioknlby
by Another Anolhfl Woman WomanTOLEDO WotnanTo1atooOhIoUec oman omanTOLEO
TOLEDO TOLEO To1atooOhIoUec jOhloJDec OhloDt 24 24Anna Anna Snyder aged aKI aged19of
19 19of of Bowling BII1g Green Gln had hadbesnrooinlngat been bn roming rooming at 032 032Orange 61 032Orange
Orange street lrll and late latt last night was found foundin
in her 111 room In a dying condition cndiion with wih two twopillows twopIOH twopillows
pillows pIOH piled pllli upon lpn her face fal There Thlre wo woevory was wasevery M Mtory
every tory evidence tl el that I hat the t he girl grl had been Iof choked chokedand chok1and chokedand
and strangled to death deathThis IMI dent h hThl hiThI
This afternoon ahlrllon the Coroner C oner took Mrs Irs H HO Hn III
O I Blood Blod landlady lantlaly of the I hA house houN Into Ilto his hiscustody hl hlI hlCUlto lihiculetod I
custody CUlto culetod > for an II investigation 11stlgntlon although alhough no nocharge 10 10charge nocharge
charge had beau 1 preferred against I IOle
> 1 11reflr1 agalllt any anyone alY anyone
one Ole Mrs 11 Blood mo says 1 that some ore man mAi left leftthe Irtt
the t h lie girls girl room just Ju t before she fh went wlnt here thoreShe t horl hereSlt I IHh
She Hh secured unl no 10 response ril11 In answer alMwr to her hercall hlr hlrcaU hercall
call I
callThe
The Coroner Coronlr examined txamlnld the body and andfound androlI andfound
found rolI all al of I thl thU ho organs orlan In ft f healthy healthycondition healthycondition i
condition cndillon He said that tlt the girl Ilrl undoubt undoubtedly uldoub uiiidoubedly ¬ I
edly II was wa strangled Itrlgle1 to death IMth thin girl1 girl1roommate glrlrlmmllp girliroommate
roommate rlmmllp named nmP Satilsbury Nulbur Is I missing missingnnd mlIlng mlIlngnld missIngatol
nnd nld although Rlhough she I had hld been h1 with the gir girdally glrdal girdaily
dally dal the thl officials olcal cannot rnnot obtain ohl411 any Rn trace traceof trc traceof
of her herFred IwrFrIIAharg herFred
Fred FrIIAharg Uilwtrgo and his hl wife roomed roomld at at tho thobouse thohou thehinuic
bouse hou talxuge said all lhl this morning mornln that thatbo Ihatho thathrn
bo had Interfered when hcn Mrs lr Blood Iod and andMis andIS andMiss
Miss IS Saiilsbury Humry had hli n row The Th police polioohave plo policehnve
have hnp taken tRkln up the theory Ihpor that the thl murder murderwas mlrder mlrderwa mtarderwas
was committed rmmltll by h a woman womanShaft womanShalt olan olanShan
Shaft anil ali Pole Pul Trail TrailAIROX TrnUaRo TrustAIRO
AIROX aRo Ohio Dec D 24 24A A combination combinationban
ban been 1J1 effected If > 1 of all al the shaft and pole polecompanies 1110cIJnll polocompanies
companies cIJnll of tho country Clntry Tho pro promoter pr prolooter ¬
looter F M I Atterholt AUIrhol of thin Ihl oily today lodarnnOIc todayainotineed
announced nnOIc the ti ruccesHful ruCfll organIzatIon orgal17tlon of ofth ofhit
the th hit company It I will 1 b b be known klown as n the thePioneer th thPlulr thePIoneer
Pioneer Plulr CIIII Pole 01 and and Shaft Hhat Company COllmn ounpany and has haslx ha haInCrportl1 haslswn
lx lswn > en Incorporated InCrportl1 In West W t Virginia irgliia irginia nne for forI3l ror1101fO
1101fO I3l 3 0i00 In addition alhliion to this Ihll Issue 10 of ofMock ofItOk ofstock
put Mock ItOk out Olt OltJOTTI bonds onl to t the he amount of 750X 7SOXI will wi be beput ht beput
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The 1 Weather Weatherritrwf VIcatlierItr Iathlr IathlrF
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Men nlurti 1od of from frm thirty five to fifty nf flfl mllm ml1 an anhuur In InhUJr anhour
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Ijike 11 region teon The b he hlth wind were tl ere fpredrtlne 1IIlnc east eastward raIf1 eatward
ward f1 over 0 the lower LIa MU tcs and Ohio Valley al alIr Snow KnowM Snowwas
was M 1 falllnc In Montana > OII M Minnesota WIAronln WIAronlnlolbcm ttsronatnnotthtni lnronsln lnronslnnorthern
northern lolbcm Illinois Ilnol Jnr arvt n < l Michigan > lchIIAA The T temperature Irmptla IrmptlaU temperaturewas
was wa U falllnic f lnl In the Norlhwrtt ultli llli lh teinperntnrri teinperntnrrifrom trptlua trptlualrm teinpereturutron
from lrm ur tern ro to 10 tit bclow low zero zeroIt zr zeroIt
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Ctotral Cfllral Statej Sial and It should Aholld lie murh warmer warmerIn
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mDllnl mornlnIii mornlne mornlneIn
In this Ih city clr the Ih day was Wa fair and Id colder tldr In the thnmorning themornIng h hmornlnr
morning becoming bcmlar warmer toward night nlrh wind windgenerally aindgereratly 1nd 1ndrrlttlll
generally rrlttlll freah northerly InlhI average frara humidity hlrldl S7 S7per t7per 7 7r
per r cent nl barometer boomrln corrected orcrld to read loaca 10 rlvl rlvlal level levelat levelat
at S A M SOS 34 3 P 1 M 1 9031 9031The 321 321Th 302tTh
The Th Th temperature ywterUy ltrtW at a reeordel by th thomclal thomctl h i
omclal olclllhrlnomelraod thermomeier and aUobyTm alo aIo by THI SONS SUN thei theimometer iltcrmonster
monster IQDtlr at a the Street level h I Uomi 11 In lb anau4 an anDtitU 1 I
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tonight tonightFor 10nIQhtfot tontiSmuir
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colder tomorrow mnrrol except snow nu In II eastern Maine MaineVor Milnelr Mattelot
lot lr the tt lilitrlct Illsrlrl of if Columbia Clumbla end Rd Maryland Marylandrain MalandrAin Mar > lanI lanIrein
rain or snow today Lda fair and ad much rurh colder ooln tomor tomorrow hrot hrotrow I mor morrow ¬
row i Iulh > ulli wlml 101 > shIlling ahlllnr In west ti and north northwest nolh nolhn1 northtvct
west and n1 tiecomliiE blumlll brl hrllk hiriok l tj high highFor highor highFor
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rut 1 ti I south > nul winds wlndl ViHlliic llng ti I went aud Ju < north norlUwot nGril northwcI
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fair tatrant and much muritcotUer colJer tjinnrnw with cnlit
loldt hnunw wlb a cnll cnllIn wn wnIn uvutue uvutueto
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winds shifting hlllnr ti I wii west and northwest sad ald be becoming b bconllnr betottIng
coming high l to > night nightKor nlhlor ntlhtFor
For or western New York nk snow sow and colder rolde 13 today todaycohul day daycold da darll
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THEODOREBSTARR THEODOREBSTARRDiamond THEODORBST ARR ARRDiamond
Diamond Merchant MerchantJeweler Mchant MerchantJeweler
Jeweler Jeweer and Silversmith SilversmithMADISON Silvrmith SilvrmithMADISN SilierztnlthMADISON
MADISON MADISN SQUARE WEST WESTetween WESThlWfn WESTIelwren
hlWfn > etween JSth 2lh and alll J 2lh 6ih th Street StreetCiUMltbed SlroU Streets13thhithed
CiUMltbed 11 hlsbd IWJ t tCOtlz 0
15 yean rfar on John Joh St ai A Starr SIr St 4 Aateorsa Urrcit UrrcitV ar arr
V r ateorsa tn r abobe abobeSPECIAL abuCaSPECIAL t tSPECIAL
SPECIAL NOTICE NOTICENo
No connection conneton with any other othtrhouse otl otherhouae r rhouae
houae In this line of business businessDEATH buslnusDEATR buainessDEATH
DEATH DEATR OF NATE SALSBURY SALSBURYIHSf0iitED SALSBURY SALSBURYIJUOImm SALSBURYnsorIRED
IHSf0iitED IJUOImm MFFALO lit PP4 10 HILL Hl AXIt AXIttllEATElt 1 VI VIIW17fl
tllEATElt 11171711 THE WILD UIIJ WEST JFl SHOW SHOWInlneil I1lrInluipiI 1mr
Inlneil 101111 the tb Army Armnyin orm In the Civil Chl lull War ar and ali Sung SuncIII SungIII un unli
li III Way ni ia > Into Cror irnppi of III I ills Colonel ColonelHail olonll olonlllal ohonqhhind
Hail lal About bout M2OHM 120J > Inker Ioklr llepelpts llepelptsnn IIelpt IIelptnn
nn fl ni nhrllllllll ilscImargpIlcadeil cliarnp lleailnl Troubadour TroubailoiiriXate Trolallolrl TrolallolrlSatf TroubadourNate
Xate Satf Salsburj Sal hul who owned thccotitroilluf the IOlt rolUJ
interest In Dtliril nlal > Hills 11 Wild Wid Wet W1 st Show Showll R1o R1odhl Sitowilledi
dhl < ll xl in II lil hIs < Jlbvity 1IMt street homo In Ixin IxinBranch lnBralch lnng
Branch Bralch at 130 oclock ocok Inst In t night Ilcht Mr Ir Sals Salsbury Hal Halblrr Salsbtirv
bury had been beln in faillri falrl health hlnl limit h for solon solontime ometime m mtime
time but wnsnblo was fa Ihlo able to lw < around a1ulr attl super MIHTintend t11r t11rInt supermgiul
intend Int 111 mgiul hi liii bnpirios IIPI until lint i I I n 1 weekaiio Yl week a 10 gut H 1 1 fe festufleimxi < J Jsuflerod
suflerod 1 fd from a ctoiracli Iof ah trouble troublt which whichcaused whihcalfld whichcatsecl
caused calfld his hl death deatliNnle dlflh dlflhSule deathNate
Nnle SI Salisbury bury wn seas iI one on of the lit moM mof role celebrated rolehimated Ill ¬
brated hrtld showmen holln of his hil day He wati a tho thoman thomnn thutitan
man who found flnd William Wiial F J Cody odv od > and ane made madelilm hde hdehim madehum
him known throughout throuahol the world old ns n Buffalo BuffaloBill Jhllalo Jhllaloni IhutffnboEiill
Bill He born 111 the thescene theI thesestie
ni 11 was al hJm at It Krceport tfIIJrl 1
of the deiwte deiwteand lehmateanh
scene I ne great grat LincolnDouglas I11oIDouglal dehltl
and Rne 15 years aN old when whel the Civil Civi War Warbegan Warbgal or orbegan
began bgal Notwithstanding Ins hi youth lie hI en enlifted enlisted
lifted 111 in II an RI Illlnouis Ilnouil regiment rglmllt and served servedthroughout sertdt rnd rndthrol
throughout throl t hou the thf war sva r Young 1olllg SaUbury SaUburysoon Slltury Sllturyon
soon on Ixxame lnle a favorite favorte In the regiment regimentb fKihtn regimentleatt
b leatt oau5 he hf was n always ready to sing lng tell tella tcl
a story Itor or do u I dance eRn and one on 01 one ont occasion occasionhis o lon lonhi
his hi Colonel who strict
was a Irlc dlsciplbiarinn dlsciplbiarinnsaid dlPllllIrial
said hi after atfr hearing hlarln Salsbury S1bury sing singBy singIy singB
By Iy B thunderIf thunctrlr I hud hul a regiment of 1000 1000men 10 1 000 000macti
men hIke Itu Salsbury I could culd lick lck 3000rebels 3000rebelsIt 30 3000 rbl rblIt rebels rebelsIt
It U I related that thn when whel young Salebury Saleburyeft SalEburyIf
nit If the army ho had ha about 120000 O to Ills Illscredit hi hicfllt lilacreihlt
credit cfllt as al a result of his skill ski at poker and it itIs I itIs
Is also all related that it took him just jut eighteen eighteenmonths Ilghtfl eIghteennionthia
months mOllthl to run through throup1 this thll roll rol When lmen lie lielx htIlcaml liebecame
Ilcaml became lx > came poor lie decided etcldd to go 10 on the iii Mage MageHe stagelie tale tale1t
He 1t made bin hl first appearance apllaranc In a minor minorpart millorpart illithurpart
part In Pocahontas Ioahonla at It Grand Rapids HapldsMich Hapl Hapllch RapidsMIch
Mich MichAfter MIchAfter lch
lchAllr After Allr bam tiar storming llormlnj for several lv ral months monthshe monthhe
he got pot a position psllon In the celebrated cebratt Bofton BoftonMuseum Btn Btnfu11 BotonMtiseuni
Museum fu11 stock wlok company c pnny with Ylh William WilliamWarron Wllat WillIamWarren
Warren Warrn and Annie AnD II Clark Clrk Hewtayed IltRYI there therefour thpr theretour
four years yedrsand NrRnd and then thfn went wlnt West with wih Hooloys Hooloysoomedy 10101 Hooleysoomecly
oomedy company Clpany with which organiza organization orglnbn orglnbntlon organilzation ¬
tion he remained reralnl three years YIII That Thlt com company cm cmplny centpany ¬
pany plny then contained James Jlmes 0Xolll OSol Wil William WI Wlhllama ¬
liam H Crane Nellie McHenry and
11m Florence FlorenceAt Flolur 1 CrM Nllo llcHlr Billy Bi
At the end of the til this1 two 1100 years yearl Salabury Salaburyorganized SIlbur Saleburyorganized
organized organlz a stock Ilock company cmpny with John JohnWebster JohnWrbltlr JohnWebster
Webster Wrbltlr and put on the thl road rd HaUburya HaUburyaTroubadours HllburY1 lialaburysTroubadours
Troubadours Trubadour which hlch travelled tavell all al over Ofr the theUnited theUnitStaiel theUnited
United UnitStaiel States and Europe Eurp for fifteen fftln years yearswith yoaf yearswith
with uninterrupted unlntlrultt success successWhile successWhile UA UA111e
While 111e Mr Salsbury Hlbury was 1 at a tbs nll head headof hlad hladof headof
of his hil troubadours trouiadOJI he hI met WilKam Wilm F Cody Codyand oiy oiyanl oily oilyand
and anl after aflr a talk with wih him he got up the thnWild thl theWild
Wild Wid Wt show which has 11 become htme a promi prominent promlnpnt prorniliont ¬
nent feature flltlrn of American amusements amusementslTp amUlmtntl
lTp it to a few years 13rl ago when whln his hil health healthfnilod healh healhfall healthfailed
failed fall he hI travelled traele with wih the show Ihow Two Twoyears TwoPn Twoyears
years Pn ago he spent nearly 200000 ZO in con converting conrtlng convertlng ¬
verting rtlng from a barren harrel waste walIe the select selectcoltago tellt telltcUIg selectcottage
cottage cUIg colony olon known as the hue Reservation Reservationnear Rlrvaton Rlrvatonnlar
near nlar north Long Lng Branch BranchHe UmnchHe BranchHo
He was wal also all president prIldtnt of thin Long Inp Branch BranchProperty BranhProlMrty BranchProperty
Property ProlMrty HolderAssociation 10Idr Holders Allon Association mural anl besides besidesowning bII bIIowning besiulesowrittig
owning a contrilllng rntr lllnp Interest t In I the Wild WildWrv ld ldWt 1hcl 1hclWest
Wrv Wt > t show Kho was 11 connected rlnlted also alf with wit thn thnBarnum thnBrnlm thouBarnum
Barnum Brnlm A Bailey Biey circus He Ie leaves Iave a awidow awidow awidow
widow and fnd four fOlr children childrenMany chIldrenManyiittertlng < hldrln hldrlnlan1nllrllnK
Many lan1nllrllnK InterwtIng stories ftoMt are tol tol told l of Xate XateSalsbury Sote SoteSlbur NateSalsbury
One of them relates that bn
Salsbury Slbur Ont rllat was wasstrandtvl wal wasstranduti
strandtvl II rand with lh a theatrical IhMtrllltroup thieatrkaItroupo troupe at Louis Louisvlllo llil IiitiisvIllo
vlllo 10 years YAr ago and the gruff gruf old captain captainof cptainof ptaIn ptaInof
of n Mississippi 11lppl River boat ht learned INtnl that the thememl themcmllf thernenihwrs
mcmllf rnenihwrs meml > ent of the troupe troup had no tickets tlckotlnnd tlckotlnndreru and andrefused andrefused
refused reru to let them Ihlm on his hi boat boatFverybody bat batFveryby boatEverybody
Everybody Fveryby In the Ih fximpnnrexceptSaU fximpnnrexceptSaUhury orpnyexleptll orpnyexleptllhUI
bury hUI wan WI vat In Ii favor of disbanding dl bandlng but blt Sale Salsbury RI RIbur Salebury
bury bur sat down d01 and started tari up n song songWe songit og ogWe
We it sat lat by the tht river you YOI and an I IThe IThe IThat
The rest ft of the th company comy according Untng to tothe 10Ihf tothe
the Ihf story tor then joined Joine In tho thl song Inl which whichso whlhI whichso
so I affected ael the captain captin that he took lok them themall thlm thlmaU themall
all on board hard nnd carried them I htm to theIr thrlrdestination t theIrdestInatIon hrlrd
destination destinationHELn d destInatIonIIJVLD < iination iinationlrln
HELn lrln VP ELEVATED rIrIATIW TRAINS TRAIXSDobtonn TRM TRMnobll TRAINSflobsons
Dobtonn nobll Oirlitmai Crlltmal Celebration elratonl Itlocki Itlockithe Illoeksthe ockl ockltht
the tht Sixth flxtb Ith Avenue Aeat Henlce HenlceInils MfnlC NerIeeLottie
Inils Jull H 1 I Dobson DhMnA a brokers cleric olrrl of oflOt
101 Sixth avenue nllue Brooklyn roklyClebratod roklyClebratodChrllml celebrated celebratedChristmas celebratedChristmas
Christmas Chrllml eva by blocking bloking the Sixth Sith avo avonue avonue avenue
nue elevated plllRIId trains for fifteen fftn minutes minutesnnd mlutl minutesmmml
nnd by b summoning as 1 bondsmen l1ndlmrn hla hil hi em employer employer empioyer ¬
ployer Charles Chlrl1 Schumacher Shumlchtr Jr r of HO HOKwt 10 10tt ItOEast
East FlftyBovenlh Jirtytoonih ntreetjust retju t about abut tho thotlmn thotlM thetIme
tIme tlM Ibo latter IIUr was going Rohll to bed bedtrain bo bedDobson
DobI Dobson It It seems 1 IJarled boarded a Ruth South Ferry
train train after Rftlr having dined dlli uptown uJton Getting Gettingcarried Oeting Oetingcarrhd lettlu lettlucarriout
carried past Chatham Square Suar he called calledIrritation calld calldtho eallethat
that guard to aount aceotint anc and empIII empheIad d hil his hisirritation
Irritation Irrllltlon accorolng to the policeby pllby break breaking hrak hrakIlg breaklug ¬
lug Ilg several 1oral of the thf window panes panl In the thecar thear thincar
car ar An Instant Inltant later lattr tlm tIm train stopped stoppedat
at Franklin Square uar tooting toting wildly widly tpP1 tpP1at nnd nndthn ntndthe nd ndthl
the thl two men mtn were wor mixing mlxlnp mixing It I up on the tle floor
Three Thro trains trall were Wlr blocked hloked uI between htwfn betw en th thtwo the thAtwo thetwo
two stations tttonl before JflT the guard and Pollco Pollcoman Iolr lolicoman
man Montgomery Montgolry could culd drag drf young fob Dobson Dob fobmuon
son ton to the t platform platformAn platformAl
An Al hour or oro so In an Oak street Itr cell I quieted
him down somewhat Imowhnt and maoe me him hlr ask askvery alk alktr askvery
very for tr his hillJnploYlr meekly Ikl employer employerKin emnpioyerhiD that Ihlt Sergt Hrgt Spreckley RJrlkllY send Mn
Kin 1 n MCOY CO TALKIXO T4U SIT SriTNow SITNow
Now 0 Mss sa a > He te Want at ninooo 100 Damage DamageFrom Dallal Dallalom DafliaieiFrom
From om David lAmar I4unariNDfANAPOliR lAmarlNDlANArotls lna
iNDfANAPOliR DOe 24 24Kld Kid McCoy McCoyreaoliod McCoyreaohed McCoyreached
reached West Baden Spring today toda lie Hewns liewas
was 11 much surprised ed to learn that serious seriouscharges semioticcharges rlou l lcharges
charges of taking 1000 had been fn made madengnlntt madeRglln madeagaInst
agaInst t him by David Ij Lamar mar of New Vorlt VorltHn YorllIIA TorIlie
Hn said Id that he h had heard that the matter matterwan mlthrall matterwas
wan all Intended ns a joke but he was not notncllncxl notIIcllhld notricllned
ncllncxl to consider It that way and Mid he hehad hohlll liehad
had instructed In tructl < 1 hU manager In New w York Yorkto York1010111u1l Yorktorotisult
to 1010111u1l consult his hlolIlIorne8 attorneys with a view of brlng
lug In suit lit for flOOOOdamngesagninst IOOOOlalllaI agll Int I Iall1ar Iall1arHo Luiniarlie < amar amarHo
Ho alro wrote rotA to his lui attorneys ntt rMYII and will willremain willremain willretnaiti
remain nt West Iflt Baden until hn lw honra from fromthem fromIhem fronttnnn
them If they advise adI J a suit ult ho vows ho howill howill Itowill
will return to 1 < New So York ork nt n once but other otherwise olhrwle othervise ¬
wise ho will go to California CaliforniarommercUl CllllfnrnlaCmmrtlal Californiaommerelil
rommercUl Traveler TravelerCredit TrntnIrf TravelerCredit
Credit Irf lll < Letter 1 lIfn enable owner OWD to have checks and
drafts e ubtd ned vlthtmt quetilun nrtott ur coat at all hoteL hor hoteLati
N afl allltulIII Hotel AtVn essa 7 11 E l 42nd nd St Iliune lew I ce M IKr
WAR OVER A STRIP OF GROUND GROUNDSTILSHX GROUNDfiT
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IIIR a HirerStory 11IrtroSIOr Kvtrnaion nhlrli nhlrliNhuttMill flhItliShuts hllh hllhhutl
NhuttMill Shuts UIIIItlllt Hut Light anil allIlr t lrrroiullutililn lrrroiullutililnWASHINOTOX I r lIumllulhllllWAHIIIJ I snt I I ut lihms lihmsANhtlNO1u >
WASHINOTOX WAHIIIJ ANhtlNO1u < OHN Doc 31 For a alonjt long timu timuMr Ihllullr tititoIr
Mr Ir HllUon HutohliiH KMiicd nuw
1I11lpIlr 1I11lpIlrtllilor iluwspapereditor jKiper jKiper1illtor
editor and irtiprietor and now an actiu actiucapltnllft IIltlt1pllall uucti t teapi
capltnllft eapi I a lIst I and Mr I hi ChorlcH hun Ih thus A Mtinii miiiii ii a awiMlthy IIwlhhv aut
wiMlthy ut Ii by iiifln of f Idsiii hl ul is of VrHlniiitoii VrHlniiitoiitvlioM nhillltlull11f1 neI ii ii gt lii liiusliosu
tvlioM 11f1 wlfo was the lIt widow of on1 lilt of the lluArricitiiit theAruumuis
Arricitiiit 11 of Chicngo rh CIIKu lmvi > been IliKngcd IliKngcdinn tnlllpII1lIlllIvly engageulIti
inn 1lIlllIvly Iti ii lively warfnro over a Mrip t mlii of ground groundiMtwwn tlflulHlllwn gmoitmiui1etwiuei
iMtwwn llwn their thiel r ivHldtiicen lIlence on MnHKuclui MnHKucluiKetts 1fNIhllIh
Ketts wIt Ih u nvenilt JIIMT mica r S So < oli t tlitli Ci iol bi hjlt < IWI1I IWI1ISlxIIlulh wri wcuSixtevithi > u uSlxltenlh
Slxltenlh Illtl skntitesiithm > fVcnt III IIh Mlr st 1tI Ms A yiir yiirupo vl Ir Iraro <
upo d Mr 11 Munii IIPRHII Polill to liuild nil fIIKI fIIKIn extm < > xli > nftlon nftlonto
to n 4 hN 1I1 IIOIIHJ on the r slum < id i I adjoining Mr MrllutchiiiH ulrI 11 111I11lhllll
llutchiiiH I hit clihita < which i 1h I hi livtcr lit IIr I r said would wouldsliut wouldKhut Otitllttshut
shut out tho t he nil a I r und IlKht II glit from from tlio th t Ito dtst dtstsIde int intnidi
sIde 1111 of his hl hoUe IIOU t Jlieroupon Jhuemett I oil hn wcurcd wcurcdnn secti 1 > I1I1d I1I1dan tttl tttlan
an Injunction I rijutict iou from ihi t I in > court MdrnlnlnK MdrnlnlnKlh I st ral iii ng ngI
Ihl I lh I itt building hlllllllll hail hilt ig operation Perot nnd a mid Mr 1l ir i Mtinri Mtinriwho hnltlwho lti tin tinwho
who waN In Europe with lii his < fatally in intiiidlnx Inhmllnl inI
tiiidlnx I 1111 tig to I o rriurn IVttl In and 0 tid occupy Ocu JCtih > hi rebuilt rebuilthouu rlm II It Itltoue I IliIU
houu during m Intl ii tho t Iu wm it InlI i ott < r IiaMned haIn heist ned homo homonnd homenlld I iorae ioraeamid
amid lind the tb ifntrainlnR tinlnt order revoked revokedIliun revokedIliuti
Iliun hu hi u iiiturncd mlurm nut u raid to t o KuroM Emu iopt > for tho t hot wlntir wlntirImviiiR wlntrhaing lit br brhia1ng
ImviiiR no mb place to lay 16 liU 1tI hiid nnd for tin1 tin1tmct tli tlillItilt tliIlast
tmct two t n months m01l1 h his tin t h lii construction cont rtict of llm llmn II I huu huute
n te V thlrdMory thlrllotor addition uddU ion that I ix KO 0 ob objwtionablo 011JICIonllhlo ohjectlonablo
jwtionablo in hi < < neighbor ncl hhol ha IHCII I III goltiR goltiRon goitg goitgoil o lII
on SOl N ow it j U npiiricd tluil Mr Ir Iliitcliln Iliitclilndelcnnlnvd IIl1leIdlllrmlnd ilmutchuhiidetermn1iol
delcnnlnvd to get It iVi fI1I n with Ith Mr 11 Miinn
lint < decided IhCid it i wild 141 Iii to t o n 11111 > nt hii hi h ii i > risidcncii risidcnciito rnutthmicto
to an orphan I a 111111 Os yim > ttti f fit > r colcrtd ihildriMi
Uoth lint Ii of r tlio U t hI I ri rldllI1 < seiic < x ar UIO ii t n niiioriK I IhlJ ho
finest In I u Washington a dl hhllon ii tigt on nnd undlll a tul In I it tho t lie most fihi ra cii h h11I1Ilhll
loiubln nojghliorlioml misi ghLuorli nod Mr t1 11 I MiinnH ul ii o ns house h III
In I a iho I lie one tlmt t hR I wnK vn tH s erct nttitl 1 by 11 I my lln th t lie < Into Int o Sec Secntity Seertty >
ntity 11 of itS t til o Tnvintry William Wimlom illdolll of
MlniK ttmimuusotmt otn vhcn lI 1I lir > va to a Senator and andwhich IIlIdwhlh mimIteblehi
which vas n one of tho I ho WUSHS of hii Ms I di defeat < f at
for rrilrruliin rrIt 1011 pliotocrnpliH having iMfn IIlO > n
Irculatod i rculat eel throughout Ihlllu t Ii rot tgl hoUI mout Dm I lie Stnt St tnt at > during dii ring th thcainpiilttn Iho Ihocunpalllll t lie liectinhiai
cainpiilttn ctinhiai gn M ovidencH 1ldoll nf r tin II t u fliargR t111 iulr rgn that t I in t
Mr Ir Windoin lndouo hnd d derted iTtr < l Mmiubotu for forauhtitgtout
WaxliiiiKton and an hud Iwfoinc be oumie rich Mince MinceiintorliiB sIncent IIIColnlf1rJII
iintorliiB lnlf1rJII nt ering public lifi lifiHotwwi 1If1I I I to toIletween >
Hotwwi 1I IWIfJ1 tli IIIH houses hou l of tliPFe lal t two well
known cllicni eltl III wan nice nn nirwnd IIII and llglit llglitnpnco IJthtpllce ll1hitspnco
npnco which hllh Mr liuichinx says fo IY Mr h Win ill
dom and a III H HmlIr n i > lf vorljally IIall > agrctil should shouldnovor houldulor liouuldituver
novor bo built upon by h either lhll xirty 1 Mr 11
Munn bought bou ht the t fun IIOIIKP IIIII I later however howeverand IIIwlrarHt luivesqra
and a miii constntrted the I tie miiF mIlFjporlleocl nutsiv ivi portccocKerc portccocKercwhicii hortccohruwhIch T Twhich
which still tll adorns the front of thin corner cornerinnnMon corllrmanioll cormiruitnhiioti
innnMon and which hut off a vcrv fI con mini minisideralihe
Idprnblp portion of view tw from the dining diningroom dlnlll dlnlllroom liflItigroom
room wlndown of tint Hutclilin houpe houpeMr
Mr Ir HutchiiiH offered no serious orlnn objection objectionto
to the move but when hon Mr Jr Munn decided decidedtlmt leellediI < 1 1Ihat
tlmt I list t ho would Otlll build hiul hI a thlrdntory tl ii rdst cry addition additionto
to Ills house and would usn thu thu loiiKun
dlsputed nlrnnd light hl s space > nce for A site Ill then thencame tllPnIfll11l t lienpanic
came a ribcllloiix n IIIOIl proto hrotust t on tho Ih pan att of if
Mr Ir Hiitcliln HiitclilnIlls lIulchlllWIII
WIII I 1I11 4 HlmTfJll HlmTfJllII i it IfTOl IfTOlills
Ills II Aunt Complain That Utarlips of ofNnutti a aMouth aSouth
Mouth Ainrrlpan lpcatlnu Aldiil 111111 Tlieni TlieniWASIIINOTOK 1111111WAlilnSOTo rlienAshtl
WASIIINOTOK Ashtl > OTo Dec 24Mrs Z4 Mrs lrPI Helen O OHparhawk 1 1Sparhawk IShtarhiawk
Sparhawk callnl on Secretary hay today todayand lodayaUlI toclayanti
and made comptnint that tll lt attach nUIleholK K of n nSouth 1South aMouth
South American legation 1llt lOll had rendered renderedaUlnncc reiidreuiutcsist4tttce
aUlnncc 1 I Utllco to IXTCOIIH who were fUHjKctoti fUHjKctotiof IIUI ct1 ct1of
of ImvliiK abducted Joseph Pr Preston > Hton Ames AmeB A Amesit mlI mlInephew
B nephew of Mrs llr Sparhawk A rigid
Investigation of the alleged a 111 > 1 participation participationof
of the th legation attnchAt In the nlxliiction nlxliictionwill
will lie made by b the Slain Department DepartmentMrs
Mrs rfll Spirbnwk Is the sister of the lao Dr DrPrenton DrPrllIttou DrPrestoti
Prenton Ames of the United State Navy Navywho Savywho Navywho
who after his retirement from actlvn Rctl tw ocr ocrvies > r rvlr rvlnf
vlr vies nettled lIllct in Buenos Ayren Argentine ArglntilleJwpuhllc ArgentineRepublIc ArgentineRepublic
Republic nnd married there a young oun Urn Uruguayan UnJRU8an Urnguayan ¬
guayan woman After the death of Dr DrAIII 1rAttica
Attica AIII the child of the cotiplo was brought to totho totho tothe
tho United States and nd Mn lI Sparhawk as asmimed Illumed asstimed
mimed tho duties of guardian A suit in instituted InIIttUted institutod ¬
stituted by relatives of the boy on his hismothers hiMmolhror lilamnothursskhetoobtnln
mnothursskhetoobtnln mothers side Id to obtain possession potI lon of him is ispendlnx IIIpendlnc ispending
pending in the courts of thin District of ofColumbia orColumbia ofColumbia
Columbia
Army Arm > and Naty > a Inter OnlerWHBIXOTOK InterAqlimTo I IWoLUIIIOTOIo
WHBIXOTOK AqlimTo lire H 4Tl1tp These army ann orders were weretuned WereIsuied Ytt I IIlItd
tuned today todayPint 10la modayFirst
Pint Lieut James Jam F Kdward aul 8ullnl tant sum sumeon ur urgeon r rron
ron eon from leave In of ntnence bo to Knrt rt Ixavenworth IxavenworthKlnt IaeoortbIJIII LeavenworihFirst
First IJeui frank tIInk K lvman Jr Signal slrnallot Cortw Cortwfrom orpa orpafrom
from > San an Francisco to Fort Meyer MeyerMajor MeterMuon IeettaJor
Major Frond ltaa I U I Ison > a > son Iaymrwter AmMltr to the thegeneral III IIIrnrral thegentrat
general hospital Waihlneton atbtn Iun UArracks lIArra for treat treatment llralmrnl treamen ¬
men mentTranifer mrnlTnlft
Tranifer In Thirteenth TbIr lIlh Infantry rirst 1111 Ueiit UeiitKdgar UIIIIrar iJeitttgar
Kdgar Irar A u Irye from Company 0011411 C t to 0 Company omnpaui 11 11Klnt itlest
Klnt lest tOut rredertclt I W V Iuleman letflafl from Company CurnpAIIIt
M tu ii Company K 1 Second lOod Ueiit Mfred r C Arnolii Arnoliifrom mohl mohllrum ruokfrom
from Company I to Company Mi M 1 Ilrst Lieut John JohnM
M Kelso Ifl Jr TlUtteenth Infantry avslgned rlld to toCompany 10Cumln toCompany
Company C CContract CCool CContract
Contract Cool 1 Surgeon urrtoa IMward l llalley ltaOe detailed drlllll I tem temporarily tunuporanity ¬
porarily M a member ot the Ih he examlnlne ullnln board boardat
at Vancouver anrour luirrack luirrackLeaves tiamracksicatns IArra k
Leaves Ial of Absence granted 1lrst Lieut T r I
James Jain Klghth 1 Infanlr for nine IIln day tl Jiiys Hr First IIIIuL > t Lieut LieutIJllajn lImutIitlaon
IJllajn 1 lIa1A L I Ullmtrj Illmer artlllerj mended ten days daysapt d dalI daysalIt
apt Albert II L Jenkins JcnkIn nkln artillery otcnded ten tenda lenInll IratInt
da tInt Inll > s Capt William WI III 11m I Nrotiltt lnunii ourth Infanttv Infanttvcttended Inllllll Inllllllunlltd luilaittryettenmied
cttended one on month rim Lieut John J Upon Uponartllllery UpoPatlllllet 1Iepartiliter
artllllery > for ten days d Hril Lieut Trunk l11l1k K I ly lynan 15ian
11
nan ian n Jr for one on month first Lieut Gideon Mcll I I
Van fool anHtant Wanl sunreon extended ten days daysCapt daAal dayAtu
Capt al Kranrts ranrU M > 1 schrelner Uiiartrrmaster ei eitended nIrndP e etentied
tended < three Ih months first Lieiil Krederlek A
Hale caslstant Itan1 surgeon fur I ten days tlIe llrsl IJeutx
Itobert I rn rnIIJ IIJ II C Helton I Kdvant Carpenter r Oliver I Ibur
nritjll
L I NoMildlng S Idiflg A Jr J Conrad II ri hans IMrn Ismr I Wit
hurTTlJah bur YPUAh uijah II llartlndale Jr Ie I Vert eri rI Colman Colmana
Francis a N Cooke Stanley I Imblclc llobert
F McMillan tI1 nrro Coodwln w flrdway rIJ IMwanl l r tllll tt IIr and J
William H Monroe artillery corps 0 until Jan 4 4Tnli 4Thl 4Thu
Tnli ntval order ant wa W Issued IssuedIaymoster Isuntlaymaetrr u H HM
Iaymoster Joseph T I Chenlhsm detached ns nsMslatanl nuassistant
n 1 rlrhn hn
r rlr lt r
assistant M to general storekeeper 0k navy yard 1 league c
Iiland to duty dUI M pay 1a ofllcer of ullhc the Maine MaineIREEXE lininJm MauiieJRILXE
Jm IREEXE EF SEES nEIVTIES nEIVTIESWill
Will III Deplde Tlilr Werk Whether to Krep KreprlntPln UIIJIhlttln hirepEtWtetri
rlntPln and Piper PiperOen PtplrCH Piperhen
hen CH n PranrU rotnll Vinton Orcene Mayor MayorIinwsnewPollcoComtntsslonprmet lIAorI MayorLnwsnew
IinwsnewPollcoComtntsslonprmet I Lnwsnew oW1I new Po PollcoCnuiunlsionpr leI COInlllllonr met Deputy DepiityominlMloneni IXop DeputymtnlssIonere 1 r rClmmlN
ClmmlN ominlMloneni < lonorll Ebiteln nnd Piper PI > r yester yesterday yeterday hr hrday ¬
day by appointment antI talked l with thorn thornabout IhlfIRIIlIIit themalsiut
about their continuing In their I present prpsentplace prr presentplaces tnt tntplafA
place Cen ion flrprno wild It after their talk talkthst tll tllthllt talkthat
that ho heel not decided yet whether W hut her to tosuggest 101I tosuggest
suggest 1I lt1ft that Major Klwtein amid apt Piper Piperresign Iiprrlfljfll Piperresign
resign Hn would make up Ill hi lute mind mln on onFriday OilFrldlv ottFriday
Friday or Saturday SaturdayHeferrlng Htlturdl HtlturdllI1r SattiniaReferring
Referring lI1r rrlnlt to the thl published tOM that thatR t limitH hilin
R Pulton Cutting Cuttln wns 1 responsible rpnll Ilo for forMayor furInwr forMayor
Mayor Inwr Iiws 1011 opinion of flen hn C1rtlIonlnr Jrpenes JrpenesntnPMii lretnesfitneaut
ntnPMii for his hi posit po position ltllln Ion len n Clroono Kiid Kiidthat muoiltlintt
that he hod not NCVII 1 11 Mr Ir Cutting mitt log for a long
long Ion g limo I into and a nd that t If Mr tr rutting flIltln lit t lug bad been beenaiding IIIIIldhllt heeIlaiding
aiding him with tho Mayor Iaor it was a1 < wiltout wiltoutsolicitation wlllolltolfcllntlon wIthotitsolicItatIon
solicitation solicitationGen solicItatIonGeti
Gen Greene wild It was ton to early arl for him himto himto himto
to begin discussing III uhIR any plans that might mightbe IIII ht htto
be adopted for btpreaslnf Inlra lnr the miinlw of ofpollcptncn ofpolllplnclI ofpolketnen
pollcptncn or dccitvu dlCl1IoIn < ing the I lit number of IIfh01l1ll ofhotirs
hours of duty of the existing Ixlt In force forceMUST ror rorUfiT forcellIST
MUST qUIT HIS III TIT SHOI SHOIPaterfon 51101Paterson IW I IlaCtnon
Paterson Rliarnl Ills tutomrrs < In What WhatWni VIliatWas nlllIIR
Was IIR Once n llenhoiisr llenhoiisrBenjamin ItetihotterBenjamIn l lHcnJamln
Benjamin Paterson nn old darky who whofor whofor ho hofor
for fifteen years OlalH ban lind a lml harher > er shop ho In n nrear nItnr arear
rear y yard rd nt McComb stre street > t and Hroadway HroadwayKlngsbrldge BrouhYII BrouhYIIKllIg BroaulwnyKitigebrldge
Klngsbrldge KllIg brldgp got notice from the city cii > yes yesterday y ytcrela yesterday ¬
terday tcrela that ho would 01111 have IUI to get out bo boCMIHO hoC becatted
CMIHO C lIiItO a new street was wa to ho put ut through throughthere throuRhthpre throughthere
there therePatoroong thprePatortlons therePatersons
Patoroong shop Is I In what hat was wa once tho thochicken thochlckl1I thiaohmicketi
chicken coop of oxPoliceman Kdward blobs Uohnmnn blobsmitutit
nmnn who hoH tIm profiorty a while hll ago in inorder Inordor Inorder
order that a now thoroughfare Ihorol t hrlln couLl U > put
through I The coop 100111 is about iix mi by h > six Ix feet icrtnnd felIInei feetand
and only onlv onl the shaver and thin th bhiivou shave lIiI + J cnn cnnget C1nr1 canget
get In tn tho place at on olin time Other otis citsturners 111 111tlllllr otistlillllCPt
turners wore provided with sIt It stools 1001 outsUie outsUieupon 0111111uplln cetjtstc cetjtstcupon
upon which they I the hI > sat III1ll1wllIln awaiilni tht t their > lrturn turn
The shop hOI Is I whltewaslusl Inside and
feather Mill t II cling In tIm Ih racks Paler Patersous Palrlion Palercolts
colts lion ciiMomers win r > tie mieruln ro < most of ofwhom orwholll ofs
whom s Iuottu Ivtil a custom of lirineini burl tigl tig their t lieu own ownrazors 11 II IIraolH tirazors
razors vhien lien they the > came am in c be slmvetl slmvetliffl IhnlllCim iItrtctme
iffl me fur Ircflilent lrC hllnl Haaril HaarilHosTON 1I111afll1I0noN lluiarilIlowroN
HosTON D 11 j t 10 my v Crano lane today todaynppointrd tnIIAVnppolIII1 touiavnppoititecl
nppointrd Miss MI Caroline llaxanl president presidentof
of Wellesley Wclll ehlsk JI College rOJ KP n mcmltcr of the Stat State
Hoaiil of 1 Ikliiffltlon < lIwnlioll to nil the II vaeatuy alII vuicatecnttoul I
cnit cnttoul Paitnur e < l by h tho death of Mr Ir Alice Iko freeman rcenlall
GHMumm 3 C2 C2trtJv C CExtra J coA1
to toi
Extra ExtraCHAMPAGNE Q trtJv Dry Dryl DryCHAMPAGNE i ts The thea theats Ma off
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he born bornCHAMPAGNE
CHAMPAGNE CHAMPAGNEImportations CHAMPAGNEI i
nay be beImportations
Importations for Five Years YearsTO i ent limier limiero
I and and1to
TO o KOVEJIBJUt I 1VM
1to Mr S St
t In
3665988 BOTTLES THAN ANY ANYmore ANYmore ANYmore
more OTHER ° borough In care I Iborough
1 305499 CASES BRAND BRANDAn cost price priceuonly
uonly say sayof
of dellve
I An tibitvtmtit tblrt tnttrtlttitJ in ie tbt th h ffiittri Hitf tf f th fh Cbtnftgnt Trtfa TrtfaTHE TrIII TrIITHE Tr by boat boatTHE
I THE FAMOUS 1808 VINTAGE NOW AURIVINO IS DEST1MID DESrnIDMAKE TO TOMAKE t tity of ofcoal
coal for
MAKE A STILL MORE EMPHATIC PHATIC INCREASE m
moncla of ofLehigh
Lehigh
FILIPINOS SET MAN TRAPS TRAPSai
ai 1 HKIL 1I1 lli RETORTS ox fJ THEIR THEIRWAR TTlClnILIIl TIlE TIlEHIfl
WAR METHODS METHODSliiiilrlr 11 lTl10DSImsqtilrirs TlTODi TlTODi11II11I1rl
liiiilrlr Untie iiy II > Gen en MIles > llle llurlnc HU HUTour tillfonr HIsInttr
Tour of Hie Ptilllpplnps PlllllpplnNllinston IloMon at a a allpailiiuartrni ItII ahioaIquarierit
llpailiiuartrni II Ill II II UArl 1tJ1 for llllplno Agitations AgitationsOiarisp AIrUllt1nl1lC1larllC AgitatIonsI
Oiarisp I AKKltxt A Our SoldIer KoldlenFpeelol SoldIercpegot olltnWCMI
Fpeelol WCMI Cable t blr Dttpalclt IJt palth to Tap Tn St StMANILA IlIAJIA Stic SticMAN11J
MANILA Dec De 01 Jl 2tI 21Iurlnig During > the recent recentHI rlcfntHI recentisiI
HI tf llelit jln ien rii MilPs 1111 to thin Philippines Philippinesh
h made lIIa extensive lxtIIlnllIgllllonl xtmislv investigations investignt ions of charges chargesof
of cruelly rueII to native by h colliers oldler which whichcharges whichcharges
charges vero Irll niide during his hi provincial provincialtout
10111 at conferences between b wlcn the natives nativesnnd n8111Ind nativesand
and nd VHriotii lIrllJl officials These cliarges led ledto Itdto lIto
to official inquIries Inqulr M some of which are not notyet nott notyet
yet t completed completedAfter compkteuhAfter < omplllpMllr
After departing from from Manila On Miles Milestelegraphed Milestebegraphicul 1II111trlprlphld
telegraphed to Gen Bell commanding commandingthe I
the northern Philippines directing dhCtln him himto 111mto hintto
to mnko n detailed dl > tllloJ report of tho instances instancesof InllllCtor
of misconduct rnl colldlJct on the part of Filipinos Filipinoswhich FilipinoIwhich Filipinoswhich
which caused CRU the Issuance of Circular CircularThus
5 This circular charges that natives nativesaccepted nathesIeptld nativeaccepted
accepted Ieptld offico under thn Americans for forthe forIho forthe
the purpose purpo of furthering the Ih Insurrection Insurrectionthat
that they th thie violated their I fkar > ar rt < es l that they theyassassinated the theassassinated
assassinated friendly friendl natives nutt les that they theybolopd theyboloel
bolopd wounded Americans used used Amen American Amerlfall Amencatt ¬
can uniforms employed poisoned arrows arrowsand arrowaand arrowsanti
and set t man traps trapsCen trnpllOfn trapsGnu
Gnu Bell has ha replied r < Jllifll with a severe con convlnclrg conInclr conslncirg
vlnclrg Inclr and startling description of the thecampaign thecampaign thincautipaigmi
campaign citing clllll instances which sub substantiate MubIantlllll substantlate ¬
stantiate the charge chargeWhile fl11Ir1tWhile chargesWliilo
While Gen Gm Miles IIe was ILII making the tour of ofBntangas ofBalanllM oft3atangns
Bntangas natives charged that during the thereconcentratlon thorlCOnccntrntlon tIntrecenceritratlout
reconcentratlon period the soldiers wero werocruel werocrll1 Yorecrtiel
cruel toward them They said tho troops troopsused troopllu1 troopsustd
used the water cure cnrEliuffoCRted suffocated natives and andraped andrlptd aridraped
raped women omen prisoners lrl oner Gen Miles com communicated COmmunlah1 cornmunleated ¬
municated themj charge to Gen Davis Daviswho Daviswho Daviswhur
who detailed Col Foote to make an Investi Investigation investlgatlon ¬
gation 111 Ion Col V > 1 Foote reports that the charge chargeof
of using tho watercurewas water cairo was not notll established establishedA < tabli hed hedA
A report on the rape charges will willOon noon bo bosent 110nt besent
sent nt to Washington WashingtonGen ashIngtonGen
Gen Miles investigated the charges of ofcruelty ofcnlllty ofcruelty
cruelty against Major Howze by George GeorgeHunter OfOrgeHllntlr GeorgeIltinter
Hunter who preferred xlfnilar charges chargesagainst chargfllagllinlit chargesagaInst
against Major Howze in 1900 when hen the thelatter thelautr thehatter
latter was commanding at 1aoag The Thereport Thereport Thereport
report on this matter is now being pre prepared preraftll propared ¬
pared Several minor investigations are areoccupying areoccupylnll areoccupying
occupying tho time of many man of the officers officersThe officersThf omoersTins
The report of the inquiry Into the death deathof deathof deatho
of o Father Augustine has been forwarded to toWashington toWallhlnglon toWashington
Washington Thin report will 11 be found to toMI tobo tobe
bo MI Interesting Intf ItlnR > because it la rumored it itshows Ithowt itimluows
shows that money was raised in the south southern IOuthom southem ¬
ern islands which was sent to Boston for fortho forthe forthe
the purpose of bringing about a further furtherprosecution rurthorprolilCutlon funtherProsecution
prosecution of the inquiry inquiryDOESXT InquirynoT Inquirypovvr
noT DELIElE ROSE izos IS MAD MADDistrict MADDIstrict n nDIstrIct
District Attorney Attornl Will Have Other Doctor DoctorKxamlne DotoflIxamlnt DoctorExamIne
ExamIne WifeMurderer WifeMurdererThn 1f lurtrlr lurtrlrThn
Thn lunacy commission rotnm lon that U i Inquiring InquiringInto Inquiringthl InquiringIiutt
Into the sanity of Harry J I Hose Ro the stage stagemanager stagenutnager Iagel11ana
manager l11ana pr who shot hot and killed hU hi wife lust lustSeptember hNISptllIIbcr bestSptentber
September sat t long enough yesterday yesterdayoftrrnoon yesut Illnlaynftfrnoon ertlay ertlayaftrmnnon
oftrrnoon for Assistant District Attorney
Clarke to notify the commissioners that at attheir atIhllr attheir
their next meeting lI tlng on Monday he would wouldhave wouldIIn wouldhave
have IIn present Pill Curios McDonald and andCharles andhRrll4 andtiarIee
Charles I Ii Dans to combat the theory that thatIlose thatItooe thatItose
Ilose If I ° Insane Tho District Attorney Attorne AttornedOInt
doesnt think he Is IsWAITIXtt 11trMTING Isfl41T1VG
WAITIXtt FOR OR C M 11 SCHWAR SCHWARMan W11Ii4flMan 1j1lU4 1j1lU4Ian
Man He Befriended Hay Other Have HaveWronged HaveWronged
Wronged Him Because IraUle of It ItMINOO ItMINno ItMisdo
MINOO JUNCTION Ohio Dec 21 21The 21Then The TheUov
Uov n hte A W iruber palor iastor of the Methodist MethodistFpUconal MethoIIStpIeopal t tpi
FpUconal pi ocopai < Church of this t hi place Is awaiting awaitingthe
the return of Charliw M Schwab to have havetho havetho huavothin
tho National Steel Company set et right rightRIII an analleged am amalleged
alleged RIII tl Injustice to one of Its employees employeesthrough tmployleHthmulh employeesthrough
through n misapprehension InLo < by h local of officials oflcLI ofIlciats ¬
ficials In July 1111 lOOt when Mr Schwab Schwabhn Schwabanll Schwahianti
anti oilier omcfll Ihlll the MlnKo plant planthn plantlii
hn met Aifred Alrrd Holwon at the th railroad railroadstation railroad railroadIIIRtloll railroadstatloti
station They had known each other at atHomestead at1I00nflllllIl atHotit
Homestead Hotit emteiul and shook hands when they theyrecognied Ihl IhlrllO t heyrteogniiicd
recognied rllO n 1oId each other Hobson was In Intoxicated IntoxlllIt intoxicateul ¬
toxicated 1 and Mr Schwab hwllb offered him 100 100If 100If 100if
If hu would keep kf > sol sober > er for one year ar Local Ixicalministers Joca1111111tl Localtitittleters
ministers were to certify IIrtlr to Hobsons 1I0hlon keep
log the pledge ibed He joined thp church < and andworked aurlworkllItlndllv auidwrkedl
worked workllItlndllv steadily for a year I1r until Mr 11 Schwab Schwabratlin Schwl1hlIIIIO Schwabfltltt
ratlin bach Hobson lInbfoll ll a backward man manhcfltuted manhcItIlIt manhiesltittuel
hcfltuted 1 nlxnit arcing him hIm but the Itev ItevMr IwvMr 11evMr
Mr Clnllltr lnilH > r took him in Mr Schwab The TheSteel TheHttf1 riteSteel
Steel Trust official o declared dlCln rPet it was Ill the I hI best bestInvpstment blHtInllIlInt hostInvest
Invpstment Invest bent ho ever Ir made rind he doubled doubledthe lIoubl doubbethtI > 1
the tI money mono monoI >
Hobsiin 1101 I > 11 went 1111 away awn happy and and applied appliedtho aPPI led ledI
arpllC arpllCI
tho I lie money 1I10nl > to a house hII he had I purchased purclinudThree pure purchasedlttree IRII IRIIThr
Three Thr days later Holnns Holtt boss ho came to tohim tohllll tolists
him nud said the t lie superintendent wanted wantedhim WRullcIhim vnutt 01 01liltit
him to resign I II llobson asked Icll if his work workwas workwas ork orkWn
was satlKfnetory IIItl rlclor > amid was 11Jl told It was He Hewas HeWit Hewas
was Wit informed Inrnrnllllihat that the superintendent was wasof w wof Waof
of the I lie opinion that t it was w n holdup of Mr MrSchwab Ir IrRdlwaiJ 1rSchwab
Schwab Hobson replied that he went wentonly wtntolily wentonly
only when his hi mlnlMer Insisted InI llod and re refiiKpd r rfllllll nofused
fiiKpd to tu resign rt Itn Hn > was all discharged and andgot 11lOt andgot
got work at the Iji J IMI Belle Iron work He is iswaiting IIwnllln Iawaiting
waiting wnllln until matters < are explained explainedtS
tS 1 1V V PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIAConductor Ill 1blJrjrIDIIi1lI4 1blJrjrIDIIi1lI4oflItIetOr TTHIIIPlI U UCOllllllllo
Conductor antI Motormen In Brooklyn Brooklyndeprive Drookh1llfh lIrookInflecrive
deprive llfh NIckels Dime and Clear ClearMotormen flgarMotormncum
Motormen and conductors of the trolley
lInes In Brooklyn receIved yesterday many manyextra rnatyxtra
extra nickels and dimes from pafweaRprH pafweaRprHwho lasengeraw
who w Ito evlilentlv eu Ident lv had I imul read In rug KtN uem of if
I he Philadelphia way of remembering this thntnilley thistrolley
trolley folks omit me conductor of the Fulton Fultonstreot itiltonstreet
street line nt the end of If his days work workcounted workCOttIitVh
counted nlwtlt S12 12 which he divided with
the nmtormen Tim conductors got not notonly notottly
only nickels and dimes but heu cigars by tlio tlioFOR tltowhisluaIe
whisluaIe whisluaIeFOR
FOR STOMACH DISORDERS DISORDERSim T T61911Lnd
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talked wl wlby
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this corn corncoal
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of coal h hmepresen
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as all fat fatclosed
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for a day daystltuntlon
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BROADWAY I CorCiruISt CorCiruIStStores Cot Caoal St Tint av avwater
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MORE WEST SIDE FLATS AFIRE AFIRESECOXD I duther Ittuuuutellat at
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SECOXD IlLAXE WHILE POLICK POLICKINVESTIGATE P0L1C trafhie on onwluichi
INVESTIGATE THE FIRST FIRSTHerle wluichi ca
v it ithilrge
hilrge qua quaNerles
Herle of Nuipleloa Fire In the Neighbor Nrtrhborhood Neighborhood
hood of Wet SIxtieth Street StreetWake Wake In InOne tnOne
One house Lead to a Timely Dl Dliovery >
PrIICNIIII
sever iovery or the Flame In the Hall HallTwo
till tillSCRANT thi thiTwo
Two incendiary fires in the same block blockin SCRANT SCRANTwere
in West Sixtieth street
were discovered discoveredin were mat matof
in the early hours of yesterday morning morningand of the C Cbefore Cand
and put out before much damage had been beendone before th thwarrants
done Both houses were fivestory tone tenements ¬ warrants warrantstory warrantsmerits
merits occupied by twenty and twenty twentytwo tory Insj InsjThe Ins Instwo
two families respectively and hodIt had It not notbeen The JIm first firstn
been that a wake was In progress In one of ofthe n jitMiee jitMieeWils jtLticethe
the housea there might have been great greatloss wui Wils held IteldMillar heldloss
loss by the fire fireThe Millar chr chrtilinito oh ohThe
The first fire was In 221 West Sixtieth Sixtiethstreet tilinito tl tlmills I Iatreotandwaestareej
street atreotandwaestareej and wa started In the lower hallway hallwayA mills wl wlwhelhT wiA
A family named Rodney living on the third thirdfloor whether whetherfloor t tEnglish
floor had boon holding a wake and a kern kerosene ¬ Englishsane English I Ia
sane lamp had been left In the hallway hallwayon a require requireThe retitlireon
on the ground floor to light people down downstairs The cai caiteenyear cmistairs
stairs After every one had gone Rodney Rodneysmelled teenyear teenyearmore teenyarsmelled
smelled smoke and found the floor of the thelower more wlu wluminion whulower
lower hall the stairway leading to the thecellar minion mnissiomtcellar tl tlKngllxh
cellar and the walls blazing The top of the thelamp English Kngllxhthat Englishlamp
lamp had been unscrewed and It its contents contentsused that this thisa thisused
used to start the lie fire Rodney and other othertenants a twelve twolvo1expresslo twelveexitresslo
tenants got the Are out outbeforethe before the firemen firemencame expresslo expresslowill
will ill have haveThe
came cameDetective The oil oilMcDormo ot
Detective Trainor of the West Sixty Sixtyeighth McDormo McDormoSquire McDenmeighth
eighth street itation was put on the case caaimmediately caseImrnediatelyand Squire C CRirl
immediately Imrnediatelyand and while whilehiewaslaveetigating he was Investigating Investigatingfire girl was wascats 1 1cBt
fire flrestartcdacrosstheetrretin24o started across the street in 240 Re and andthe cBt cats for 1 1work
work in inmission
the tenants of 241 who had not gone back backto mission nihelonto 1 1she
to bed put out the second fire It wan wanfound she was 1 1self ifound
found that a plug had been removed from froma self so soa sa saInspector
a gas meter In the collar and the escaping escapinggas Inspector InspectorCooney
gas ignited The flames played against againstthe s Cooney Cooneys nt to 1 1Bishop
the ceiling netting it afl afire re reTuesday Bishop Blslio1iTuesday L Lmade
Tuesday night was the fourth consecutive consecutivenight made the theMagistr thenight
night on which incendiary fires have been beendiscovered Magistulltv Magistr Magistrullty
discovered in this neighborhood neighborhoodTribute ullty ulltv of ofin
in view viewthe viewtIm
Tribute to KxCapt Delaney DelaneySergeant DelaneySergeant the lone loneWBS
Sergeant John Daly and about fifty police policemen ¬ was con conof oonmen
men of the East Thirtyfifth street station stationwho of the thewho I Ito
who were off duty made a call last night nightupon to maker makerin makeupon
upon exCopt Delaney at his home at 181 181East in n few fewEast c cAttorney
East Fortyflfthstroet nnd andpresented presented to tohima tohimaa him hima
a set of resolutions These resolutions were wereprepared TO S SPrePared
prepared by Delaneys former sergeants sergeantsroundsmen sergeantarounIsmen
roundsmen and patrolmen patrolmenProf Attorney AttorneySiniNo At tome tomeProf >
I
Prof Ix Loreox > reii7 visit Harvard HarvardBOSTON harvardBosToN
SiniNo SiniNonifferers
BOSTON Dec 24 24Dr Dr Adolf Lorenrj Lorenrjvisited Loren Lorenvisited nifferers nifferersII
visited Harvard University this morning morningHn puiletI to
Hn met President Eliot with whom he hechatted t to tochatted
wy
chatted for some time The doctor wan wanespecially
especially interested In the museums of oftbe C Cthe UI coal I
the university After luncheon he was wasdriven Ittotisand Ittotisanddriven
driven through parts of the Metropolitan 4 railroad railroadPark
Park system systemThousands go soari
5I 5
I u time utiel
Thousands ThousandsMight i Tt is iii
Might Be Saved Savedfrom cnernl rehif I Ifrom I
from from serious illness if thetrifliny thetriflinycough the trifling Prmuutts Prmuuttsnulties nulties I Icough
cough were promptly curec curecHale cured ccitt go t tHales
Hales Hale Honey of norehound norehoundand thb0t1P thb0t1Patul
and andlarcures Tar cures colds and andcoughs coughs coughsauickly atul Ilattihits Ilattihitsquickly I i
quickly and soothes and heals healsthe seiinuns seiinunsthe
the inflamed membranes before beforeany the etitiro etitiroany
any serious harm is done Sold Soldby II ISI ISIllir is
by all druggists druggistsPlkii
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Pikes Toothache Drops Cur la OM Mlntti MlnttiPIED ConnII II IIVu I IAi4tlt
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ADAIJS ADAUSOn On Tueidar Tueadaiflcc Bee II IWJ iao at Bethel nethelConn ler rhiuvh
Conn niter A short limes the lev lien lienM Lienj
M dams tot of the New York Past Confeteniel ConfetenielIn cieuioi iii
In the 70th year ot bit age ageFuneral rmuthiraeitn rmuthiraeitnFuneral
Funeral services will be held a at the Mf Meihodat ihod it itKpl 0ti hint hintIptecopal
Iptecopal Kpl covil Church nn Frlda > at 2 1 > M Inter Interment llu llumeat
meat at Hhlnebeck N V VALLEIITON I IALLEh1TnNt
ALLEIITON ALLEh1TnNt At lier rpsldence 4M 1Ve VeoI t Pint Pintavenue Fit I of jitettila
avenue New York cIty on Tuesday Dec
33 1907 ISO Margaret It liobMn widow ol cereIV Jeim JeimW iini Eli
W Allerion In her 9M yenr yenrFuneral unqrg > semi semiFisasral
Funeral private privateCOOKIKIIIAMOnTuesday I In ititil ititilCOOKII3hAltOnTheda >
COOKIKIIIAMOnTuesday DecM IPt > Killnt KillntConklneham tefl5 itIiuiS I ICookinatism
Conklneham ConklnehamFuneral nartntunit
Funeral from the residence of hl titi fatherIn U
to a
William Thomson Illilnelieck N V S IridiV IridiVafternoon
afternoon Dee 10 O at 3u oclock Senirei Senireiat ieni erm was lii V
at Ills late residence W9 President St thlt thltrvtnlng thu ihIiihila I
rvtnlng at s oclock oclock1IOYTAI t ii g
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I tti2 U VIIlnm tt lllit in Hoyt In t a liln ht Uh jcnr t Cs r ititiuiit I ill
Iunrrat seriret erlre will r te iield at hl lalo lalotene lu vs vieii thui thui0t
tene 0t C Xoniton 5uj nion Hill I I ill mutt I e ji i n > to I IA it Ii v
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log on imln lervlnc letin Mamtonl m u uLOCKWOOD > 4 liavet thou
LOCKWOOD On Dec 31 tvtl Henry hiram > < Uv l lwood I a sb sbWood >
wood < Ule liteil l soil on of urn Munvm Ir i ii iil to sos Iii IiitMrkitnod
l tMrkitnod ckwood aced t3 years yearsAt Wiishslngt Wiishslngttt
At the request nf the ricrravd Ihrrr will br brlimeral h are to ih ihittarmal
limeral service The remalni will lie it t tto ii 1 hat T Tso
to Fre Frc3h h IonJ Ciem memrtor1 lor > for Incinerate
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