Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

New York World: Wednesday, July 15, 1885 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   New York World (Newspaper) - July 15, 1885, New York, New York                              A COMPLETE DIRECTORY OF THE AMERICAS SUMMER Read te Mvettlssmeiits in The lorld and decide wliere to your Vacation WHATEVER YOU BE IT EMPLOYMENT OR The Want Columns of The World offer a medium to procure JULY PRICE TWO EXTRAS FOR THE JOHN ROACHS HUTU ElM AS AUDITED BI Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Absorbed by Hie Vcrncciucil who Clamors for Thousands MoreIlls Keply 10 Car land Throusih llio ExSecretary of tHo TO THE July Whitney enid tomiy that lie Imd not determined what course to puisne in rcitnrd to tlio Dolphla and other vessels buinit built undor direction John From rtiions on lllo In tlie Navy De partment It opimirs Hint Contractor up to Has received forworn performed on tho of wlilch wore for ex tras ior dunces in lie hull und innclitnory from the oriisinnl When the contract wus awarded to Kouchit wusairacifled thut tlio Bol whicu should lio paid in ten lisa the usual 10 per and that this omission was a fatal iU1oct md rcuikrud the con trim t wholly inopurativo ind void from The law of mithnrizod certain tiips to no Unlit imder certain nnd mid they wire to Imvithu hiifhet Btiulniilile The ivot of Jlnroh con tained the lollinvinn iipnroprliitlons ror tho cnnptrnelion of u cruiser 01 not Jess ton now specially nuthorlmid by law two steel cruisers of not more thim Lor less than tons diBnlarenunl enuh und citw us rcuoinineauetl by iheNnvnl Advisory HonrO in its rotitir of 20 The Naval Diuird ill tliolr report of Uud nconimeiicleil nlltho above utiuy this with rospect to the flesputoh boat 0110 delatch vessel or to tiny u sun spued of fltteod to be built of Iron and tg armed with 0110 slxlncli breeclHouulng tiltu and tourrovolving The taw of March j utso pro vided that proposals slioulii bo invited from Bhlpttwilueru and the bo itrt lotlie lowland most responsible subject to nil such provisions lor due completion as iho Secretary of tlio Navy should and In nil respects In aecurduncu with ibc provisions oftue net ol Jlorcli The act of Autfust hail reserv ation by tliu Up to tlie time Suctctiiry Whitney assumed control of the Navy Ilcpartmont nine of these Had been by Secrctury after iipprovnl paid Board also by the Advisory Tho approved tho payment of which rim the amount upauillo beyond nnd there vnsstill another Instalment duo ot Since March 11 Secretary Whitney hud dlroctoa tbo folding up lor tlio time bilnp of nil bills pre Botitod by and these uo to duto nggrciruto Tney includo extras for work on tho nod amounting to nod tlie nraount appro priated by tho last Countess in the Deficiency Wll to pny Itoncli lor iho use of his shipyard nnd lor caru ot the monitor This amount was fixed M arid Is In the Treas ury awaiting orders from tho Secretary of tliu thetcntu Instalment for the Dolphin ot S31600 lloaoh claims that tlio Government is today indebted to him Iu tlio sum of ono hun dred and thirty odd thousand exclusive ot woik jot to lio informed on tho cruisers Atlanta and Thoso ttireo ves the ot u Navul Advisory and also provided us lollnws Neither of tlio vessels lorobv um hoi to bo built ahull not bj oontnctcd tor or commenced until lull unil complete detail drawings mill specifications thereot to all Its engines und have betn provided or adopted by tbe liny and sliull linvo bfon upproviiiliii writing by ttikl Uouvd or b3 u ma jority olUjoinombura thereof auil by the tary of In tbo fate ol thcso will nny sound jurist or unprejudiced having coininon eay lint the Nuvy Department ivus bound to inficrt ami insist upon a gmir antee by UK cuntraetur that tlio despatch biiat should prw to liavo d sea speid of iiiteen kuots auil tbe contract would ubso lulely null nil vow wltliont such guarantee The Idea The ultinfl for tho en irlnos und adopted by tho Nuvy Department md Advisory and tlio bid dors liudDoltlai to my about tiiem or to du with right liad the Department to say to You Bbull guarantee mat tuose wind we have slmll pio dnce power and ahull move a ship litteeu knots in n uulo of wind at sea Ewy competent uud responsible shipbuilder MM linvo renlloil I will nut guarantee ravbon yunr designs If you wish inotn uuaranltttesultH I must ausisn tin To which the Uartniuiits rejoinder must liavo sels ore su e id tn be in a very backward nd tho Secretary oftnoNnvy la not at ull pleased ll ith the iirogrcsn of llio work upon aru us ioilows lluiBlug click hoiisc for tiieiww cruwra loot up ems iii tuo bill ot extras lor tbo lovon Inchon In tho 1 1 OJMI been Thehiwioos not allow you to but requires deems to lie ttrovidcil una und piLparod Install by tbe JJupurtuiout uud Advisory Garlands Whitneys assumed fun dumuutul cuudlUj 01 tbe statute in nowhere coimtlntdlo vlsory Hoard in urn iothe report unil u the JUourd recommended Unit tlie despatch UH should bavo a sou speed or la knots and sueb prerequisite to guurimtoed In any nlihuugb by the exit38 oiTbolinv thodc slgns of tho to Irmuo tun aiidte ooutractor was to have nothing to say or do hout i proposition iSifonlc nnd miMUal propoaltion nlld wutl uo riiiiiidatiou oUlaw onnso 0 It lio hud mlsKldiiijB whether Uoor from Coal pocket rcir euyjjjlut coal bunker over utter Alteration In forward fire port 1nrett water banks anil tmowuiu Cliuuges and inidHlonstuloacastlo deck Two ut gmi Kortytwo lockcre tor tffi One 1 owerlliK plttle tiMia In lire Iron for uolvulnB luuti ontl altering SupplyluB and fitting 1our sliding lo coal Additional Voutilator for sumt Molimmuy tatolf Iw allcr ExtendlnB fonviiril md oUngluerooili one Irame Intliiillis all obapifea and cdwis air duels aud opiiilitii FlttliiKOll laiupa to cuhli anilsvardrobo oleo ti ShcinJllnff of engine Changes aud uiiilllIDni Iu Cuiiuyea and ailuiilons Ljiruir uolniiuia iiuJ additional braces for uu and Ilivarsiny gem anil levuva for uud vraittengia nnilu stunni One Ulake The nrst of these iUairas Navy neimrtrmsiit am each iiueiveilii niuntu BAN OFF WITH A OPENING NIAXUKA GOT could be rcqulrqd any otbcr restilta In luteiy inandi guarantee speed or trood work ami of the utuo BUK jirst 110 is nutde to ol At In tbe con tract tlie slilp shOflld lu with tho provisions offohoaSi urn of opinion that pntrresi 1 bo ld CUQ tractor us effectively to speed ol IB thoUKh C so in ld of wliiob tractor Hliull not title uro to tho dove it Is not due lor or materials The to rilicvo tne cen luli it siblUiy as to the speed aud ttiovoioie lie says mot exists uHiveim and thin received by I 6 thin niusiiJpuyff Ulutal Inui aiul uuudiovetCS n beeuriiy tliut ho I This reasoning ciinnot Mithe if lloiich elleotlvoly us 11 he luul an t of us urds the contraci xpreas couuso elsewhore is 1 ID members nt tbe have 1 lieen paid soinethlnif as the tollowitia oxtniot Becretury Chandler slion Henry lias boon allowed it salary ot iSjll lief XWJ has received for salary and WMS Jllcre Coryell utloiiil and was paid lor ssalnry iinJtiwiises ugjM tho 11 mo of his tiwr iheso iimoutits tuMttorlty oaid from i lie npVopriationiiirlh new6feel oruis Thouxiienuifi of tho board vo been onlrlir mileage as tollows liiiir Admiral sauftlft HWnor Bear Admiral Edwunl ChlPfKngllioor Navul Cnustruotor KUwura Very Allhoueh thu burse cts how tlie Wf sliall be expended and nUto there in an Impression A la aa tauen to blame us of be beoausothiBanliersoq it are supposed to know of u vessel JOHN Specially Interposed y lililn81011 KiSeorotary July chlna haa written a letter to tho Jnuwlio lo AttorneyGeneral Onrlnndiwt the contruot with John Dolpliiu Is that Ulornil and may be recovered should seize unOiW ie Df security lor tho ropaymert tary tayu Tlito may seem to be imt but It was uot difficult tov when so hi from absdlutoly lemiirctl a Kuiuiuitcfe ou Uurlaud it is in tbo puya nruss bu also m ihttt tiiem is a cliuiso ulspensjUiif sn8 nnteo ol liiirscpoivui liunr nothlnir Jliorcforo HioMinttsif void under tlio law reiiulraou iij baps two lawyers wrote ment of Justltu on these that tpeed wus Hi the Uolptiiii be tho otnev luilUiiiK tliut spi gnarnu Cecil wus void antl hhu must bo re AttorneytJoneral and Wh eoneluhions ol Imili opinions e determined to unt them botii tou mulirate thrill to u wonuorliiK who eboosu to Uurlai law may lint some exeuse f inoiit by of tlio Ad and but by all others it siderod unjust und Let it bo noted Una this wlukca lloaeb by two newly Uodjtcd Cu revellinu in inieiiMiil is solely for the assumed reasoi llnifc 1ms not llficen ktiois of sou w on every one of licr several trial trl roachcid llltocn and iliu Uut trip at sou in the orders of noy but eunixed at t Mm sea wua not BOLD ATTEMPT Ol1 GEORGIA BOBBDRS TO STEAL Tlicy Hitch an Kuclnc to tlio Car While the Iaynnaster Sleeps nnd gpcrd Awny at 40 Mllcn an tho Paymaster Gathers a and Saves tho ifiritciAL TO THE July pny con atstlng of tho uiiyniaatcrs car and supply which arrived from Ulcbmond wltli was ottonaaido track tho Markham House fn order tobo ready to no out this Immediately behind the regular which leaves at thousand dollars were fluid out leavinff in tho oart tho and hia a negro named llvo in tbe car almost tho entire Grocer retired oclock last night und soon Jell The porter locked tho Lonrs and wont to his Bolnjr rtcrht in tho heart of tho city neither had any fear of White tho paymaster his Helper how certain railroad men were planningto rob the They Know that enjrino of tho Gvorgla used for a switch and jrrnvel trnin had loen left by tho engineer on a sidetrack near the Thouwitoh at this pluco Ja never and the mop found no in wiling tho cnglilb onto tho main They succeeded io running cautiously up o the coupling1 on and puilinir out from tho city down tho Georgia rcmd as 1nr na Kirk Neither Grocer nor tho porter awoko until The train readied this Tho ear was movinff at the rntc of forty miles an The rapid epcod tirousod Grocers Uo arono nnd opened tho cur door and put tlio brake The train wns moving up a steep gnvdo and tho brnlco soon brought it to a O rooor then climbed upon the supply cur and approncbeil the When he had made Imlf the distance bo observed a man climhinff off tho Where aro you tukine mo demanded To tbu licit was tho 1or what Grocor You will lind out soon You aro tbo man wo find tho money in that and aa tho robber ceased talking ho levelled a pistol and shot five times at who rnpldly retreated to hia The man dkl not Grocer not Into the cur ho found tho porter Ho handed htm a pistol and told him to prepare to Grucor went to tho rear of his cur and mndo lust tho and told tho port or to shoot tbe ht man who attempted to turn them Tbe nwn wbo WHS nt the throttle tried to pull but ho could owhitr to tho small imount of steam tho Grocer told iis porter to hold tho fort and be would run out iiid Ho slid tiOT tbe rear eud of the car md ran down thetrnuk a short then cut lurossthu Tha urst houso no camo to VUB occupied by There were two men but they refused tojro with uceecdcd in waltluir and who ruthiiretl their artillery and joined the directory had been awakened by tho noiso mado by the ontrlno feollnir time eomothinBT wiia md rot up and He joined the crowd trnied with a The lour men started jack to tho but before reaching ic they heard a loud crash and saiv tho cnnrlno ehoot When the cur was reached the first of tho and with irutmand plstold reaily they surrounded No one could jo setm except tho who wns covered with standing1 on tho outside by tho Tho paymasters car was badly Uomol but thu money was The onjflno Btoocl hall buried in tlw supply It Wfis Thu foreman of tho Pendleton Guano Works had reached bo and jroUln ou to thoon fine hu soon Imd It hi such fthiipo as prevent m turned tho whistle kmsu and invoke tho natives with its long attd loud Tlio porter says that aa soon us Grocor left to help tlio supply car and uo woro cut looso from tho pay and going up the track sumo distance they camo back with lull ateam afjalnHt tho and Bmushlng tliingra In a fearful bumotblnw struck lilm across the timklni an utfly and painful Kvurytblnir In tho paycar WHH torn unil up by tho After the smttahuo HOIUO ono called Grocers name Hovcrul It is bultuvcd that tho rnun that Grocer bud none for ami IVarJnir that ho would return bufuro tUoy could uct llio Fiilo out and rob As soon as possible lolophonod to Jblef Tho Ghiof nnd Cup Crlm and Moun woro at IClrkwuod in an hour and ut They wore not lonx in nscortulnliiff that three or four men had KOUO in tbo direction of One of thorn hud a double barrelled shot The officers utit upon reach ing Uocutur found that only ono man buimled tho train Hu had bought u ticket to Chlof Connolly toiophoncU to BuitionHouoc Keeper Buchanan to sou Wor ntrandbuvc him leJegraph tho conduotor to arrest iho which wus and the pria tmur wiia turnoil over to Detective HlH who wus on tho Tho Cufuf bclloyoa bo will be able to ilud another ono two ot thorn to IHll nntl StatT at Buffalo and the 1repara tloiifl TO THK July hotels arc crowded evening with the advance guard of tho whljh will tomorrow swoop down an Kails at tbo opening of tho Government Hill and stall arrived at oclock and ftro at tho A special trnlu hoajlnK a IncffO aolegatlon of prominent citizens metthcOov eruor at where ho nmdo a Urlcf cxprebsiuif surprise and fratfflcation at tlio en thusiasm His party includes William Superintendent of Public Instruc tion buporiotondeiit ot Iimtirauoo AttorneyGeniral Bryant and uud GillctU Cttwldy and Til At tho the Governor WHN met with a cuiruiKo and eight while horses and wus drlvou to tne Tuoro iv laruu delegation of Uuuto crats rocoivud Alter dinner lio ffuvearo At U oclooh be was by tho Mexican National of seventyflvo Tuo prospects soom to be foe tulr wouther tomorrow anu for tho over assembled ut tho Thu New York Central has orders for hauling about care of oxcursionlsts comliiif in by other roads nnd will uao all UH own cats with excursions on its Many people say the paric will bo ol littiti pruo ticul value to tho pooplo until tho Canadian Gov ernment takes eituilur uctlou and provides lor tlio purchase cif tlio Cliiioii across tho Tho work of HettiiiiK with Iho owners or property wus rendered tedious by tho com plications arising from tho luck of this united und tbo holders argued with some show of justice that they bbould up their holding ubilo others wuro not interfered Itiu cuvor tho American tfldo up to a point above tho rapids ami stop above tbo not tailing in tho whirlpool rapids ana other minor pomts of Tbo treut majority of fool that tbe action of the Ktuto will put new life into uvorythinir con nected tho anil will cull to tbum tlio driven awuy by tho uvuilou of cov potatious aud RIOT AMONG THE REPUBLICANS IOll PlBCovericu a IMttnluirt Democratic Commlttco llailo In tSIHClAL TfJ T1IK July two monthsajjo the ljresidont appointed John 1ost inastor at to succeed a llepubli can who resigned suddouly and without apparent Tho now Postmaster ut onco appointed 4 llcjjubliean which created eoiiHideruble Hut this was uhatod by tho iibsurituco that It iras only a Umipornry arruuue SubBtiiuoutly a party of rioh Doiiujcruts went to Parkin aiul volunteered to go on his the amount ilxed by Jaw beinjr Their otlXiiwas dfclintd with tho now stutiug lhat his boud hud been tiled some time This wiut IILUVS to tho Demoorotlo and and tliey eonchiUod to send a committuo to Washingtonto investigate the Three gentlemen caniouown and intervitwud the tiixth Auditor of the PustOtllco Dipartmont to Upon examining the bond ol Postmustor Liirkin they found that Chris one of the Cameron Itlug it was tlie princi pal Ioinu oppONlto his Anotliur hondamun WHS Kditor of the Vittsburtr which WHH tho only paper in tho Smoky City to print tho scandulous accusatlotiH UKuliibt the dm uat Tho committee was uud us they proceoiled with their examination they found that all the bondsmen were Kepublfcans aud ad herents of the Cameron Tlirte very antfry conimittoeinoo returned to Pittbburg this evun and souao ruey developments may be poctcd us tho result of their mission to tlio scut of ot says and fiftucn knots sia specil uivons sovori onehalt knots when there is uot a li aod upon this arbitrary lusiiiiipuon 1abriool outnutu counulited by him While even tuo packed board orKUtilzedt lo eondomn tbo lioliihlnreporteii us t With roirard to the boilers ai muohiuory or the tlie Iluard the oplulon mat their ueneral oo tlou und the character of tuo mnlerl which they are tniide coniorni to terraa ui tlio contract and and tbu vnrioua cliaiiKes iiiudo authority of the Naval Advisory UourJ fi to this ship is to be rejei because the contract to build her was ivbj Koueli Is to be ordeied to pay buc moneys ho Ims Jlie rejected vitse to bo seized by tliu Govointuent us security I tho uud all this to ittatlfy Wh noys Bplrltot resetuuKtitunUon the olsuoh u leuul opinion us tlmtol A TO i July JioKonzle to day entered a datuuie suit aplimt tha Missouri Iuoiilo Hallway Keuzie ia a member of the Mtltord MoKouzle Houllwca that twoof the A DIVORCED WIITS Duatln Keeking More Alimony from Hot Hanker TO THE July the divorced wifo of William a wealthy tiled a bill In tbo Clroult Court aakiuir that tho agreement givltiir her alimony when be his alvoroo be set aside aud that she bo siven ou equnublosliare of bis which Wslio alleges amouats to or In sho ho llled a bill for oborirlnt Wlien sbo Itaployod counsel to Hie a cross alleging ho dismissed bill und heiran noifHintions for claims that bv fraudulent representations induced her to bulievo ho was only worth 00 to when be was worth and accepted with the understanding that Vras more than ball he was of his upna JSSs that it an cssoniul nicutm condition of tlie Ktesa that the Dolphlu lot8 BjiecU mtney says Bho hus not rcaw11 nSl to require ompaiya employees went bitoro tno Clraua urvuiidlrHvo leSitiioiiy wnloh resulteil in in lOtniB Fa tm lonrerv of rallruml Mc Kenzlfwas arrested and held Criminal Court that Hie Indieinirai must bo as til ovldenoo A Biviny Iliy The Thirteenth in canip at Pecks had a rainy day it os poelully dlsaifreeablo for thosu on fcvory under the dln and tbo boys Tho outlro July A notable wedding and one ijttoat Interestto Americans occurred at Nos Episcopal Church bete It was Lord William Vi a moiu I tho old Vornou fuuilly who received n titlo a Miss Vanny of Now Miter of Franols of Now nd Day und a slstur of the Now York clubman nnd yuahtsaiaa wbo married Miss Kitty est duughter of Charles of Lnnier Lord Vernon Urst mot who wasspotidlng thu winter in 1ttii lost It was a case of tlio eusagi inont wus tm rly Iu Miss Lawrence Is a Klrl und always bcon popular in The brlilegroom relusod any altnoujh Lawronoe Is a man und wouid have been very given u largo dowry to hia daugu guosts picnont were Unllea States itnU Sir William Lord tho Karls ol k and with tlielr wivus Duohess of Enrls Itose Hurdwloku and Gran Another Ohio Alan Named for Union Pacific Itallroail July Tho President has ap pointed Laruur of to be be Government Director of tho Union IaolUo Harrison fs President of tho First Nutlouul Dunk of Tho President today uppolntcd the tollowitiB Collectors of Customs Adolarii for the District of Minnesota r Homy for the District of U llujjeu for the District of of to ho United Statcn Marshal lor tho Northern District of Florida ol Wuhbington to bo United Status Attorney lor tho Territory of New York musters wore today uppolnted as follows Albert ut Urldgoport Hlchard at Lyndonvllle ut West Wund Luke James at Ited tilldlmnu who has boon chief of Iho Navy Pay Division of tho Fourth Auditora odicc for twentyone resigned today and of was appointed in bis Mnurlco K of Now has been uppolnted chief of division In the ofllcu ol tbo Commissioner of Customs to ull TBAOEDY AVUEN TWO WiEKS Leads Albert Hoss to filioot Ills llrlilo and Kill TO IBB i July On June 30 Albert uiurried Muy the duuffh terof Thomas of this Sho wus only twenty yeur Tno two lived happily together so far world Lust Satur day they went to housekeeping In u neut little At oclock this morning Albert Uoss shot his and then put a bull through his own causing immediate itoss wus shot In tho right cheek just below the and tlio bull ranged down wurd and cume out of tho left iho couple woro atone utthe time of the truutHlVi and whoa people run to tho scene Hoss was why did you shoot I und Wliy didnt you lull mo you were going to kill me Her wound is considered very No cuusu Is but it is whispered that some one told gossip to Itoss Unit made him jealous of his yuung Fired Many TimoB Hia Port TorwiK July a mer attempted to slloot fuEiuer as bis bv lliiug suVomU liim with u ONE MAN SHOT AND SEVERAL STABBED WITH KEEN Acqluno After Ills Defoat In tho Game SliootH Antauonlst AVIio TJcs Iynir in the Friends of Jloth lion dltcn Dash at Eoch Oilier nnd Tho usunlennffuinnry riot wWcU stlra up tho Itnllnn blood ovcvy now and occurred yes aho men woro injured und ono man probably fatally For some tlmo jmat Jolm Lu a livingat 1117 Euet Ono Hundred and Klevontti carried tlio pnlm In what Is known us tbo finger This pnstiuao consists in lookitiff lUiirora nnd trylug1 to bond tho opponents wrist down to u lovelt lioccos prluclpnl adversary tn tho gnrao was Oloviinuo a slljhtlybuilt Italian residing in tho snmo llucco was tukuu sick a month ago and did not upncuv on tho streot untU yestordivy morn Twonty or thirty of lilsconntrynioti woro slttinir ou beer Itogs io front of tlie house when lio camo all of whom were enprnged in tho Acqulnoolnspoc llngcre und despite tho Jorinors illnces he to conquer bis II o defeated him throo or four times and then returned to his Kocco is not and Acqufno 1hero hud boon ruitiors durliiR the day that Kocco had paused remarks regarding1 and ihcBO couuled wUh tho hitters do we ro tlto probablo causes for tho Itoooo appeared on tho Htreot atiatn at 0 oclock in the rJUo Italians and wives were Bitting on tlio beeritous drinking boor out of a Itocco walked up to thora and asked for a Aciuino told his companions uot to tfivo bi in uuy nnd swore at Ills Itocco back to tho As ho Iclt the nrronp Ac TUiiio draw a revolver from hig breast uiid a glistouing1 knlfo fully a foot long from uuOor hia llo sprang from the bcor towards The women shriolced aiul Uocco turned at thu portal of ills llo attempted to but ho could inovo a foot the roiiortof the weapon rang out aud Uoceo 1ell wltli a bullet In his ilu tumbled oil the steps and lav ou the tho blood pouringIrom his An Italian jrirl ran out of tho IIOUBO and sUiuclied tlie wound with Itocco hud nu ninny friends In tbo hetttemont as auil while his body luy ou tho pave inevit tho Iuetioija fought ono for ro and iho other foe Iou 1111 Italian peanut u man six 1eol In with a blauk tiumttitiiiennd a friitno drewa kutteunU rushed ut Acqumo Ho culled his file tide to tisBist Tho two knives clashed la tho crowd swirled around Jane Cum pan j uro and Iranccsca Ciiiiipunlno arow knives aud loiulit Acauma was tho Ilu caught Loufaii by ttic col hi r and Jabbed tho kulTo mto uis Then bo pUBhed him upon an icecream voudurB and muck tho knife Into his The wounds woro only triviuU uud Loufuu still louubt Another all of whom IB known Is that bis Urst nama la Louis aod that ho wore a straw ontcred tbo melee knlfo in hand nnd fought uitli tlio Loufau women bad loft their IIUUSGB but did not They BLuocl ou tbo uourutcps uud Au Italian nftinod or ruehcd at Acquiuo uud him urounu tho forcing tils head over an iron UH eum UttirioiB stood uround trying1 to huuU but hu them Aciiuino sot hiu knli J into position and made a ulatjh at The latter avoided It and caught him by Mm waist wblle another forced Acqulnos bead aotvn until he cried out iu his Then ihoy toolc bis knlie away aud lot him He grabbed another Itnlfo aud maUo an attack upon thu Jtaliait with tbe Btruw slash tiff him tlio Ilia victim run into a leav LIVING HIGH ON STOLEN An A Hoc oil Count Drawn and Takes a tiirl tn fprKClAL TO THE tbo botfinnlnff of this mouth there arrived Hotel u fashionably dressed younff man who registered as GCOTKO Do a German Count from He represented that bo was looking out for investments for himself and AVbllo hero Uo obtained entree to tlio best society and became very popular with bath ladies and Ho was an accomplished pianist and Uuent speaking and A day or two npo ho visited tbo Iroquoia at tbo UoJocll whoru bo met a dashitiK and very pretty woman whom ho introduced as his It now turns out that tno woman is ono of the domimontio from New and to day Detective Faboy arrested Wolfe on the charge of having forRod letters of credit ou tho bunkintrhouBO of lrlcdhindcr of to the amount oi Do Wolfe arrived in Now York June visited the oflice of the American represent ing thut Hcrtm firm hi New und enlil ho wnsxboconflUontiulolcrkol tbe bunklnirhousc nnd asked for advices on the Columbian for the amount or accept ances wbioh ho Armed with hia let ters from the ho went at onco to Phil scoured tho money and onmo directly Tliu American Kxcbnnjfo having a suspicion thut tbo matter was nut all wired Itorliu aud ascortalnrd that tho drafts were Plnkorionfl services wore aud Ue Wolfe was consequently arrested this of will arrive hero tomorrow with the necessary papers for his Do WtilCc bua employed counsel and will ntfht thu ing Acquiuo mauler of tbo iK thla A LYNCHING MOB HEBKEW SOCIETIES IN Tho Union Oharltlox Adopt n Ifavr Namo and tho Uulou COHBrcilutloH ISlcct July Union of Hebrew Charities mot again tills morning and unani mously adopted the name of tuo Associated llebrow Charities of the United Dele gates from Now and Mont promised that tho societies they represented would join the A resolution wus providing1 for tho print ing andsendliiKof tho proooouinuslo till of thoas soclatlonsand providing thatnssoon iis twulvo ro Hof HonlotlcH Hliould send favorableresponses tno or the National Union should bo oolisldirod Tho President appointed the following UxecittlvoCoiumitioo of live Milwaukee Simil Louisville New Orleans School anil Ciuoln liosoliltions on tliu subjeotof tliu itinarftiit poor anu the IsliippiiiK of tiauporH from Kurouo were rulorred to ttio llonrd of Tho nlter tbo usual vote of ad journed sine Jlio Utiion Amorieun Ilebrow Conuroifation met this of President of tlio jxcicutive ealled the Union to An address of welcome was de livered by ot Tho follow ing permanent officers wore eleotod AUKUHtus of Louis VicePresi Uuvld of 1hllndolphla Llpmati ol and Asslstuat Uonjumlu of ONE MAN KIUED AND HANI WOUNMD BY AN INDIANA Willie Storming tho Marlon Jail to Got Pennon filon of n Nccro a Crowd of Citizens Is Flrotf Upon by tho Guard and Attack to IJQ JIado and a llloody Battle July Saturday last an elderly colored man rmmo Wallace saulted tho fourteonyoarold dnughtnr of a wellknown citizen named The girl was thrown into spasms nud her condition grew hourly more alurmlnir and yesterday her death waa declared to be a question of a fow hours and tho fcelinR against Wallace reached fever Last it became evident that an attempt would bo made to lynch Sheriff Holrnan resolved to protect his prisoner and enforce the law at till and a stroug guard wus placed over the Shortly after mld nlelitthomob organized in tho rear of tho jail few minutes made a desperate as sault upon They were mot by Sheriff Hoi man nnd Ms guard after sivinir fired a instiintly killing James Kelly and ivoundinsr tin eo or four Tho dead and wounded wore carried and tho loaders of tha mob after a short consultation decided to postpone hoslilittea until Tho wouldbe lynohors made little attempt to dls Buiso At 8 oclock this rnornlnit the excitement was every woman child in Marlon bcliio upon tho some tome crying and the more darlne and foolhardy bctfiritifl and curstnff and pleading with tho excited populace to storm tho At 3 oclock tho indications wore that a second at tempt to net at tuo prisoner would bo Wallace is alxtyclirht years old and this ia his third attempt at Ho has served two terms in the penitentiary for tho same despatches say that another riot la ex pooled ut about Houco was lyiuif on tlio pavement und tho women were trying to dry up tno blood llowlug Irinn the bullethole in tlie Auquluo hail uturlcd in to out up every ono ludisurlinlnately when Ollluer of tho Twelfth ran clown Ono Hundred and Eleventh street and Acqulno ran Tue ollleor ranir for an anibuhuicu aud itoeeo WUH takon to the Ninetyninth Street Tlicru hia wounds were dressed und tho physi cian did not know whether or not lie would hur vive until tliia MesNemur was Hunnnoned last nlirht to take his antemortom ilio eAcltement aniontc the itnlliuis hud icrown to Ijiver heat and every man liau a knife in of tile Twolltn sent down halt a dozen olllcors to keep IhinjfK quiet and then he and litectlve irvlnir went ou a search for the guilty Every Italian hud a dilleront titory to toil about the but all agreed that llocoo was a peaceable and Acqulno a decidedly blood thirsty ljastoue Louftm wcntto thoTwolfth ireeinot and miUl that ho hud only buen trylav to protect Acijuino had llrod tbe atiot eo suddenly that it took every one by and then the friends of both men began to police had not discovered who the Italian with the straw but but it iu bolioved that his wounds aro nut ol u serious Acnulno nptoa Into hour lust nlphthad not been lie Is described as u man twonty 11 vu years ot of silent bluooyes The wounded tnun mudo tlio following stato iinnc to Coroner Monsumor 1 was shot by I dont know hlsoihcr Uo lives on tbfi lloor under In thu I uni not certain the snot was muuut for Tiioniun who shot me wus quite I uuvor quarrelled with him and jrave hint no provocation to assault mo Luroeeo Is married aud has two Ho bus boon In this country about u A COFFIN WAS HIS UED F014 David Who Wanted to Join Dead Iuflncs Avra at TO TUB July David a furmnr ot Frederick was found dead in a dollln In tho diuinirhall of his residence this For at least thirtyfive years Clamblu hits been In an iiniuicllod frame of it is by tho sudden death of his who died of heart illsooso shortly after their Tho couplo were vory much attached to each and tlio shock waft too much for tlio After tho wife was burled Gamble ordered tho sumo undertaker to prepare a colllu for Ho was and la a few days thu oellln was sent to the house and placed in the Jtrom that time to tho day of his death Gamble would dress himself In a aud immediately after would lay in tho collin and draw tho lid over the having only his face The servants and farm handH soon ioolicd upon this mysterious I realt us tho work of u and nttersorao time pouplo ceased to talk about Uamble would tell them that ho slept iu tlio cnlHn as constant remiuilur that death was inevitable and that it come at auv mo Durinir tho past mouth his health began to break as he would not permit a physician to visit him his death was looked for Ino budy will not bo removed aud ho will ho uuried just us ho prepared AN OFFENSIVE 1AKTISANS ostmastor KxpKctljiff ITanciB o ddor of 08 4tU The balls embuauU tlift of the ruuiifiiou und tua snuWr muintjor The trouble hutweennbe mid to he over their recent Tlie Girls Mother jpropoaoil 1or TO THK July Nuuv this pluco Edward Loo bad boon courting Miss Mary Hydon lor u period wbioh tested tho patience tho ladys When tbe suitor made bis usual call ilydon confronted him with the the murriaeo Iho proachor nud an uslyloolmut Colts The yountf man eoueluded that tho invitation was QUlll eleutly und married the Tlie Koltcian Botuiilcal C July liolgliin OdvqrqT mcnt busexteudod an invitation to Ibis Govern ment to send dolomites to an Intoruatlouul Con trress of Uotany nnd llortlcuituro at Antwerp from Auuust 1 to Tlio lovltutlon has sent by the Secretary the Commiu slonor of with tho luinoiincoujont that It It Is ueomed expedient to appoint delo tbe Department of State will take pleas ure la furnisuluit them with tbo usual AN ITALIAN COUNT WON Dow a llouton Olrl Married In Bolts of llor MolhorH TO TUB uly Miss Isabella Freoa u yauuff anil tuliyitud public until yesterday resided with her mother at 13 Worcester Whllo uufsuluit berstudlca in Koine a few yours auo she met Count Hd wurdo a member of ono of tho oldest aud most powerful of Ho Ig about twentyfour yours old and is a manly looking Tha Count fell In lovo with tho fair and in time proposed and wua Uwtnic to some personal aifiiuffe inenU the wedding wits and JllsB Ircedley roturuoU to Two weeks iiifo Count Calcaernl arrived In beiirliiK letters of introduction to souio of the most exclusive circles of thu Ho became the trucut of the lrotd ieys and made no secret of his wisu to marry Miss Bho was but her mamma would not consent but the lovers were not to be A fow dusB imoiimarriaifa lloeuso was and tbo levevs over tu Eust wlieru tho marriimo ceremony was performed by a Methodist As soon as the ynuuir ladys mother missed her daughter him but touched thoro alter the umr A reconciliation was followed by tho to His TO TUB July Valentino a wolUtoUo who for many years has been tho Postmaster of Carroll was found by his wife today kncellnu In front of his Ho bud tied ono end of a uitchlnir strap to tho dashboard undstruuKled himself by kneol Inir on tho urotind and prosslnt his head fur Two weeks afro tbo Democrats of Mel rosu decided to have him removed for offensive Liutifall ho was an active Repub lican worker iu and the Iiomocrats wan ted his scalp Wantx seemed ureutly dis tressed und big wife says that he repeatedly talked In hlu sleep about the efforts to oust Ho became almost a uiouomuulue on tho nlubt it was rumored urouud tho villugo that WautzV removal wus Ho retired to his room about 8 and wus not seen again by his iumtly uutll his wile heard him rising about daybreak this Sho asked him whoro ho was and ho replied I am Kolntr to the stable to feed tho After u pause lio loft the oallluif lie evidently Intended this to ba his llufore he banned himself ho carefully fed nnd watered all tho horses anil Ho leaves four children and a Why FOUR All Vu la TO TUB July developments leuvo little room doubt lhat Foiig Ah who IB under arrest iu is tho mxirdorer of Sing On July 4 he uppearod in u new Tho trousers ho wore before have been Tboy aro etrluod llko those which the strung Chinaman woro Ho paid his ront July und the landlovdb receipt has beun found with tho uulo soratehod out and ultorod to July oil tha morulni of which day ho left Uouio and on the evening of winch he was seen at Itouses Ho was known to have it ilapger ot the style that was found lleforo his re turn here he hud a carefully trimmed It bussince boeii ullpped at the mothers The hurried ceremony by tho Alethodist olertryman will soon bo followed by a more formal marrluire at the Cathedral of tho Holy and in tbe meantime tho happy pair are dwelling ut tbo mothers where they liavo already begun to receive tbo conjrrtiuilu tlons of Death of a July prize owned by of tins and valued at died today of absoesa of tbe Tbe beet medical skill was exhausted lo troatlnu tie earned tho ohumplon salpof tbe world At New York by AittiMag Death ol Yorks rsIBCUL TOITKK July auiall died to Ho had endeared himself to tho people ot all classes hero by his liberal pub lic charities and Christian in ten duys bo would have reached tho ripe uiio of He was for more than throesoore yeurs 11 member of the widely known llrm ol The greater part of hia life wus duvotutl to cotutnotolul puruuiU by uieans or which ho amassed a large For ooveral years post lie was not actively In business but always remained connected with bis Tha Colleifiato Institute and the York Hospital and Dispensary wcttf built aud liberally endowed by A SIGNAL SERGEAfiT They Send Illiua Colored AssIsUnt KefuHcs to July Tho colored man named who was tbo cnusoof a contro versy between exSecretary Lincoln and Hiucn about ono year bos turned up At that time Huzcn declined to onllst Urcon In tho Signal Corps on the ground rogitncnts of cavalry nnd infantry had been sot apart lor colored but not thoSlirnul Secretary ordered hia enlistment In that provided ho could pass tho requisite Ho passed the ex amination and was sent to Fort Myer to undergo tbo regular course of Ho performed all tho duties acceptably with tbo other mom bora of his recently bocuuio ollvlulo for station Tho Slirnal Service Observer at Pensacola for au assistant nnd was told that otto would bo He procured for him rooms and board In His own boardiuir placo nnd muclo other arranire luents to receive Green was the man se lected as the assistant aud was scut to Ou hitj arrival thu Signal Service officer refused to roooivo him because or bis Tho offloor has bnon summoned to Washington to make uu Tho colored man remains Inobarico of the otlloQ at It Is stated at tno SlKiiul Ulllco that Oroeu wus assigned to duty at Pensaoola without any regard to his and that tho oftlccr who selected bim did not know at the time ol his selection that he wua a colored GRANTS RHEUMATIC The Damp Weather bat Uo Slecpn MOUNT July oclock last njtfht Graut was and durlnfr the night he secured about eight hours ot Tbo patient thought awoko eurllor this morning bo otherwise would bavo done because oC tho rainfall thut begun In tbo early Tho General Is disposed to rheumatic pains and 1C is not likely that the rainstorm has aroused them to Bouie The patient took food through the uluht as nnd this uiorulng hia pulse is equally full aud regular 03 1 Shrady reports from tho cottage tbla afteri noon that tbo Genera tias been and time Ills appetite and general conditions con tinue The patient Is spending tbo day i In bis room quietly and without ijulri None but tbe family will be permitted for tho present to see him in order to tost tbe possibility ot coutlu uititf the present favornblo as part of bis wont down to Saratoga this afternoon uud when ho re j turned hu Joined Shrady at tho whcro the latter reported a quiet aud comfort i nljlo Douglas and Bhraay were present when the patient retired tula i oveninir and tho conditions were reported about the same as last no cocaine hav ing been used today and no unusual pain hav ing heou except such of a rhou mutlo character us bad bcou Induced by tho stormy weather oC Tuo indications ace luruqulot TUB WJ5ST SHORE Capitalists Iuslilni Arkoll for tno Possible July having boon understood that Judgo Horace Uussell la desirous of retiring from tne rooeivorsblp of tbe West Shore Raili a raeotlug of nlno capitalists Interested In tbo affairs of tbat line wag held this afternoon at tho residence lioro of Two were from Now York one from and tbe otliors from Coutrul and Western New Tba result ol tbe meeting was that of tbe Albany Swnina will be strongly urged and heavily backed for the receivership i ttant Judge Uussolls withdrawal would loavo Among otber plans discussed today was ono whlob may bo vigorously pushed in tue ovent ot i Arkell deollulug tne It in volves tbe purchase ot tbe West Shore by tho titato of Massachusetts and the establishment i a trunk line between Boston and the West by I connections with tbe Boston and Hooslok Tunj net aud Fltcbburit with a junction at Rot ou tho West Another meeting of those present today will bo held next Monday la It Is said thut If Arkell receiver of the Wot t Shorn road he bring not leee tban a million of capital toIts being backed by Droxel and otber Slore Smallrot In TO TUB WOOUX1 July oases of smallpox are reported since Flvo patients are to bo treated at borne and tbe rest have been taken to tbo Civlo Weather Fair wfndu nearly stationary The 1ollowiriK record shows the changes to tha temperature tor tho past twentyfour In comparison the corresponding date of loat us indicated by tbo thermometer at nuts 918 Broadway t US 71 n roaterday 68i i tvt ooatuwaiUMl dM uut WJf 64   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication