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   New York World (Newspaper) - September 29, 1885, New York, New York                                CO ISec i ANOTHER of Worlds Printed during 7 of Worlds Printed during Increase of 1885 over 677 Per NEW SEPTEMBER PRICE TWO NO WATER FOR A ae 3EEAT TROUBLE AND MUCH BAD BLOOD IN A STATEN ISLAND Elalf tho Conjjrpaatlon Oppose tho rastor and the Sexton la Thrown Into a aro In tho Immersion Tank and Some of the Members Take Off Their Co RTCOt has been Elo is the same vud in a church ilo ho was pus i la rhllaclol Tho ffir Henry unBxitirnithe o aims wil cftt that w dnrOI iuia ttloa Is oon I rettuotlon ot W tontmtsWW0 I beli Wa8 ttbbu own additional SunaS 1 Ujrat stoekhom SeSSlKlo 1 ot just pV in Trouble at in iner aaleaawnon Tnr an IW Cholera uto oaino oonftrniinii t i NllssoO wntenca day 1 uakBHR itTninCI from miuury iry 4 owfK h was recently Insomnia tho On lOOUVo i jjQUtit n QUU r wllU to I f j I tlw canno V d t iuwluly W V I boooine PRESIDENT CRIMMIXS Ho Unices So mo Farewell Succostlons to tho Sonato InTostlgatlnc Commlesionor Critnmlna huntbtl fn hia ton na President oC the Park lionrd nt tlso com Dlofion of tho routlno busimsa Ho gave us hts reiwons for BO that Ms prlvalo businoaa did not crivo him aulliciont time to nt tend to bin olllclal Tiio nouril ndoptocJ resolutions tcatUvinu to tbo ability and ttdollty of At tho held Commiaslonor Bceknmu wna oloctod Proslaouc until May Crimmlns said that hia rcslirnution Indicated nothing mnro than that ho could nut tcivu tiio Hoard as much tlmo as was Uitoro the mooting adjourncid Prcsltlont Crlm mins sent a reply tu tho circular of tbo Sonato Invufitltfutlnir Comralitco for mtortrmtlon outiourulnir tha Crliumtns stuturt tho uC tlio department is diractod und forniulutcd through Us bylaws wbJIo the oxooutlvo authority in vested lu Its liuiurrlnjr to thoclrntnuifc of tho annexed the answir Unit thu aamo could bo facilitated by tlio Gmicuitunt of a luw com pnlllnw tho Commissioners of Kstinmto and Afisossmout Hponlntod by tliu courls in stroot opuniny irooevdlnKs to n ffruuter Uonruo of dlU Tbo conmunamion ot tuoso Commission ers in very they gonorully havo no intorost in the iidvtinuuinouc of the und It is not vory Infrequent that eovoral yours olapau uotwoou tluttuio that proceedings are tnitlatod und their Crlinmmssutrtrests that a law bo onaorcd which will Inoroaso the fees ol tho Cominia sionorsund limit tho timo for ilio rendering ol1 n Tho delays of tho Struvt Opuiilntr Com mlslonord similarly delay tiio Purlt Hoard la portootlofcr tho It la my continues tho thttt aftor oat HI im os tiro furithliud a low should bo unacted to croute a tuud imynbio In n number of yuars for tho completion ot tho Central Jeuniiutio and East HO that tbo tax nnnuiilly levied would be for the inalutouanco und uire oi tho parka nut lotthuir and payment 01 the IntoroBt on the tionda thus Tim principal uoulU bu pattf utu period wliou thu taxable vttluc of propurty woulu bo inoreiuiQd to auoh un oxtoub that tho mnttor ot pay uiont would bo no ITiio tfh Obtimuto I would iiiiku of thusum thus required is ami until that thonvy is ejcpuaUod Cuutial Itivor Juuunctto and East Utvur purlcs will not bo i ruKHrd it imd policy to do this work in as it roBwltH in an ultimate cost of L5 beyond wtiat would bu re quired if carried out uud coiitluu oualy and acoordinur to wvli tluud A portluti of this uinonn would bo utlllzod upoi ttiu Coutrul Tim lias ob served wherever the park aruvi Is completed und luruo ol puoplo aru at trautcd to so that ooinplotud purka are It like attruotlonu were afforded the public In other city parksvlaltors would bu more I also like to Bucgtat tuo enactment of a law wblcl will enable tho de partment to apply to ita purpuaua the rovonuoa which it annually clerlvja irom itic propurty uudor Ha XIIE TYRANTS OF Not tho Police but Jake Slmiiiii Hand of Anil Tho drivers and conductors of Joke Sharps Broadway cars uro acquiring very day au extra couteuipL for tho rlghta of thu Fiom the civil utid neeonimodaUott borvltora tbov were the Ilrst days of tbo roads operation taey huvu become soured and nnd ru d all pasaenircrs as unwarrantable interrup ters of their For a nan to aim ml a Urnudway car to a is rogarlcd aa the ght of luiportlnenuo aud elicits a indignant sturo from tho who con tinues Ills way leavluif tho wouldtiu to chauu hrotiifh tho slippery d oil KG under boriim heaila and aboard UH buat he Oico lu thu car aud paid tribute to iho hcrj ot tho iaud uru coup tic it bohoovoa willo liuiKltnjr at tho eud of a strap aud protuotmghia rlbu from tbu tiiBinuatiuK elbows of tho comuctor on hla colluctlnjr to ItuepasharD bokout lor u oouipitrallvoly HO clean npot uon to drop when uliffhtinu Irom tho lor to auk that too car bo stopped tu ordur tluit to may aliifhb Id to further display hid Ifrnoraico ot Uroud wuy Hue tihould ho bis iooitrig and roll in tho It allordti a nig hi diversion to the of Ouu KOiiLltMimd alter a aplrlted dash for a rapidly moving suuccuclud la ifraKplnur tiie rallmtr uud Hwinuint hiuisolr calmly co rn urkod to his fullowpufineatfuru It ttiey will iiismt lu tuklnu ua ubuiinl wtille Koiaur at cx uress spocdt bad bcuer rip tomotblny llko they uae tor collecuutr umilbuifsou ttto railrouda und scoop us up us 410 A party of four ffoutlajuun wuro awaltlne aa uptown car a ovetiiivyHugo ut the Itioy wore ou Uiu upptr aa prosurlbyO by the aud stoppiotf Into tho uallud thu driver of a rapluly moving car to lie looUud at saw ttiulr but made uo movu to cbcck thu iwo ot tlio purty spraua and after ruuntiiK for hall R lu join ing Ifaviny tho who bud boon forced buck to tho sidewalk by tbo ap proach oi a vehicle a blck The uitinu cuiuptiuioiiH upou the conductor to atop until their friund couiU cumu but ha paid uo attention to their request until one of them thruateued to knock him o If the and ua tbo threaten or luokoii botb able and luuu tu do it tite bull wua pulled und tbo paatiuv UJUQ allowed Au oilier Instttuco A lady and ffonUoman 8ig nuHaiK u car at LUU corner ot Prince titiuot ua Friday shortly after tuo periurmanoo at woro loslructed by iho driver to tro up to tho tUuatro an he was gntuif to btop And so iho Hat ou Unror tuuaiuly the viotituaoC such insolence amotuor tUejr iadltftmtlou and lot tbu offense pass u n re bun ur at most make a frultluad complaint ut tuu uUlco of the and tuo tvu ouiitiuuua Four Times Ablaze in Flvo Fire broke out at one oclock yesterday after noon in Charles Coverts pultit at Sixth and Thorn us un em hu put It Twenty minutes later llainus affuiu broko out in tbo same a few buotteta water wero thrown un TUo oxcltoment had hardly dloU out whtm tonxuua ot llitmu biiot out tUe third Tiic Fire Uopartmout wan called and or a Uriel1 iluht ail imcea of Hrj had buun ontalllnu a of but At 0 oclock latu after tbo store bad been Joukud llainoa were iiitalu aeon Issuing from tliu This time thu damao to stock and buildtiiic amouuwd toubuiu An JuveaU ffatioa is boiutf uaudo by Fire Muiaiiul A Sculptors Failure Craze a 1BPECUL TO THE I Arthur a younjr EDfrllsh made a buat of for the county aud waa rendered iti Bane by failure to wlu a Ho was Joclced Up at the but burst the door esqnpod by jumping from a secondstory wln early ti He was ffolaff ia tbo tliruutluQ of brightly I Uso your eyes I Ixiok alive and advar tiucl Iho Pope nnd tho Pope presided at a meet ut which Cardinals Papal nt and others were The QnlJT business transacted was the formation of a oqmmlttuu to emmlne the documentssub Q0rmany ana spuin in rqlatlon to the Avenue Uptown Fifth Avenue of Now capital i certiQcato ot luoorporution WILL SLOCUM ACCEPT HE IS OFFERED THE NOMINATION FOR ME The State Committee Meets and Adjourns Until irhon Ho Will lire Ills niH ArrlYCFi and 1ms n Tione Conference with Slocnm nnd Other Prominent Tho meeting of tho Democratic State Commit tee nt ttio Hoffman House Inat ovonlng for tho purpose of llllinur tho vacancy In tho Stato cnusod by tho of Ilos woll who was unanimously nominated for Licutonnnt Governor by ttio Saratoga resulted In nn adjournment until This step was tulcon by tbo committee to avvult the decision of Henry of whoso solootion ns the ouiullduto for LloutcnautGovernor Is tho evident closlro of tho There Is no doubt that Slooum can be Flowers suo cossoron tho ticket 1C ho will accept the Tho committee will reassemble at noon by which tltno Slocums decision will bo ItlLLB Hill arrived just after 2 Ho was accompanied by Stato Treasurer William ot tho Governors personal frloud and one nt nig law partners Surrogate of and Charles Chlel of tho liureau oC Labor At Pougu keepslo tho party wnro joined by Homer Nel Hill and his pnrty wero driven to tho Holinma House anil occupied parlors Ml and Among his Brat cullers was Henry who hud a long conference with tho It la not known what waa the result of tho but It wiis generally believed afterwards that Slooum might tho nomination for Iiloutciiantthivcruor 1C tondored to lilm by thu Siuto The closest friends of Hill who saw him after tue interview would not give any opinion us to tilooums The scorned to bo that Slocum hail mot Hill according to nnd that the General had de parted wltn an understanding that he would do aide by todny whether or not to aooopt tho nomination II unanimously usked to do Lust evening John ol i Ills and IhomuB of called upon Slocum at his residence lu Hroolilyn and urged him tu tuko the second place on tho It lu understood ho guvo them no definite an but they roiurnuil to tlio with the hope that ho would glvo his This inforinaiioti was furnished to tho Stuto tee whilu it was In CALUDO UION THE During tho evening Hill held quite a Hb was called upon by nearly all tho prominent leaders of thu three ructions In tho city and it roprusoutatlon from tho Kings County Among tho cullora woro Tanmmny Ji John Jiourku iloury Kd wurd John and Senator Cullun County Huhort John Mnurico Uundolpn James iMnJol Ucnry Maurlec Hycm Irving Nicholas Senator Cump Unhurt Nuoiioy and ISx Sunutor Thomas Urudy put In an llo said that he had a right to ho onuo more timongsuob u gathering its tho Mugwumps woro rcturuinjr to the Kopublfcun Among the others wtio paid thulf rtspucts to the Governor WITO Comptroller Thoodoro Trouaurer of the Stock Cleveland uuU Hondncks Campaign Club Senator ox Senator and ot the liulTuio Daniel of who nominated President Cleveland at Introduced lirodorioK ot the candidate for Treusurer to tho Hill received his cullers in the niodt cor dial and democratic They all tendered their hoped for hm triutnjkhunt election and promised him their zealous The Tuimnutiy County Democracy and Irving Hall loaders were tor tho moat part of the ovoulng feathered lu Hills reception Tuoy greeted and talked to nnu unolbor uu Dcinouruilo and appeared as if they hud determined to work together to elect tho State tlokel friiin top to Hill did not retiro until a luto on account of tho number of cards ho was constantly receiving from pollilcul and parsonul fnonda who wished to congratulate TUB COMMITTEB Kight oclock wua tho hour I or tuo mcottncr of tho but it was nearly 0 when Wulltim law purincrof who was selected us tomporary chairman at tin Informal uiBotinir at rapped lor There wore but row Tuo proxies woro Lester for Edward Murphy ot Troy Juntas Boyle for William of the ItoolElund Congressional District Blute Treasurer Koburt Maxwell fur Thomas of Ogduitsburg Furnswoitb for David of and MoAuhlTo for ot Thoso present by Con fessional districts woro Oord Mov John MoKuno James iUdffwuy John Curly John Cottier Uuughlon Willlum Kirk Nicnolas Mullor John Kcenan Tlioiupaou i Kdward Cublll 11 ugh Grant lidwurd Kearney Luwronuu inu John Mason Six John UQrleu Isaac Cndy Uorrlek Twen liuol i David Dlsh lor Clinton Bookwich Twenty Willlum William Pouohor lor Walker Itobort Btevens Daniel Loekwood John Wiloy William Tiero was uo delay whatever In tho formlairof a Kvorytlilusapociired to bu of named of for There was no opposition cuudldato and ho was ohuson Thompson uroia miietly nnd mentioned William of He was elected without hie uiiuieaako and committee ool Congressinun Nicholas Mullar votiiiff the loudest Kdward Murpliy was elected Treusurer on motion of Maxwell Thon William Mullor moved tbo selection of Pbilo of us committee and of Now us ussltnant Moj of mentioned Rclward of Richmond as Bergenntvat and Tnoutus Jefferson of us assistant of presented John of New us These nominations wero all rati tlud by Tho Chulrmaa and Secretary wore given authority to select the cotnmUtuo headquartera for tho Tho rooms occupied by the committee 01 last your uttbe Hoffman will prob ably be nuniu On motion of Ifuulkuor the couiuiitlco adjourned to moot at uoon It wan said that tho election of Jolm Ollrteu as the who la a trlend of means tuo pluotnir nf auoh friends of till as State Treasurer Maxwell or of on tbo Campaign liieo utlyu A precedence for this WUB made last year In tbe makeup of the Kxeoutive of wblun William of was CANDIDATBS IfOB THE AlnonK tliu mimes persons spoken of for tho bnttdos that of were ibosv of William uf and Kdwurd of IJIiiB Hmlth lias many friends on tho who fcol that no should bo The oandldnur ot Jones Is beiuir pushed by many prominent Douiooruls from the noutborn and western tier or It Is urged that he would atronirtuou tho ticket on hm military rec Ha was the Colonel of the famous HlxiU Massachusetts whoh fought its way throuah It Is likely that It Slo should aot bo tue nominee by tlia Slate Commlttco that oitbor Smith or Jones will MAYOlt GIUCE Mayor Grace snld yesterday that representa tive members of tho Rcuto Committee had called upon him during tho day and had offered him the nomination for He suld ho declined tho prollered THE STAATSHKITUNG AND THK Tlio position of tho Now York StaataZettunq bas aitruutod particularly from the con tradictory oxprosBlons lu aUcirca Interviews with Its Ho Is vurlouvly reported to bavo said that ho intended to oppose Hills although this was ngaln Tno fol lowtiw frnrn Its Issue of yosterduy suillco to show Us position tlw of From tho standpilnt of tho machine poli Flowers decllimtioii of tbe otllco of tho VlcoGovcrnorsblp may bo us they will mlaa tho welltilled purso of thai eeucrous but lor tho friends of puro politics this voluntary withdrawal of a man who can oulv place In tho balance an ambition tmoid nn money Is a The purchase of nomina tions by rich men in politics Is increasing in a re markable and Is cue nf tho worst fiiffns ot tho With n Hill ticket tlio Uomocntts cannot appeal to the friends of puro and even if tho State Committee ohoosu a mora worthy mun man ilowcr tho situation will iUot bo much Tho ttokct suitors from a malady of tno and it cannot bo cured by dnctortufr at tho Tho probability is oven lhat tho malady will bo It will not bt possible to compel Cleveland to yield compliance to Domocrutlc spoilspoliticians by polutlnic to the necosulty of a Democratic On tho ho appears to us to bo a mun who would accept a Democratic defeat If bo beliovod tbutsueh u defeat would elTeot to a certain decree the suppression of tho Democratic spoils and win new KTOUIU for the friends of reform within tbe Democratic Tho Albany KwninQ Journal ot yesterday publishes an interview with Kcitlnald Sohroo til tho In autborlty of tho editor of that in tho course of which he Bays When tho names of tho duToront candidates for Governor were discussed in tho newspapers before tbo conventions the StaatiiSciluna did not consider Hill an avullable and no valid reasons htivo since been adduced tvhy this opinion should now bo Tho Democratic Convention has seen lit to nouilnato a candidate whoetu ultctlou from tho be appear to bo more than doubtrm ana tho loaders who brought about this result must bo held responsible f or tlio def tut of their which seouis to bu almost Inevitable with Hill at tho head of tho Then you lira prepared for defeat We cuu reootieilu ourselves to defeat boeauso tho Democratic politicians will thereby bu given to understand that thu success of tno party de pends necessarily on the unbiassed support of truo reformatory and that tho old inuchlno tuotics will no lontror be On tao other tho StaahtZettung docs not lw llovo that tbe Republican party as stundlujr on a platlorut liku tliat adopted at rec oinmowls itsnlf to tho ooutldeuco of tho trlends of The question of national polities under thu present circumstances hardly outers Into this The success or dolVut ot Hill In Oltendorters In uny wise bo construed as uu indorse ment of or a rebuke to the National Administra Tho couttst ouimliuitus in tho uersotml qualities ot the men mmiinutcd on botb and for the voters tho quuiiUon will bo whether the interests of tho biuto are bettor subserved by tho election of Davenport of German voters who are not exclusively guided tiy the liquor interest will in all likeli hood decide lu favor of and this irenulomau will no doubt draw u considerably liirvor Gorman vote tliuu that castlor EEGISTJ3R Juaao Van Urnnt IlonleH the Motion of the Title Guarantee and Trust The motion recently made on behalf of tho Title G unruntce and Trust Company for an in junction to restralu Register John Iloilly from intcrlorliifr with Its clerks In oapyiuir the public records in tho olllco of the ItoRlstor bas been dc niod by Judge Van Ilruut m Supramo Judge Van Brunt said I think it oxtromcly doubtlul that the Court of Appeals lutcndod to or did decide In tho cuso of the GermanAmeri can Loan utid Trust Company tbut because tho records of tlio itoulsters oUlce ura public records that uuv pers n or persons liuve the rlKht to muko copies of snob not In tho business or work of examining titles for trausaoiions Lh u boluit but for tho purposo of sale us Cortuiuly uo suoti Qimsiloo wus passed upon by It lu Its do cititou tho order of the Court Tha whole tenor of leilslallou affectlne the olllcu of tho Itovlstor ueeuis to preclude any such aud all that was intended by auou wus to Insure tree uooess to suuu reeonls to those persons who should huvo need to search them for souio present business uud not tlmt they should be subjected to tho risk utloudtnir their oxamlua tlon by any and every person who mlirnt desire to examine and copy But It is not neces sary to determine this uuentlou upon this mo aa I do not think that suchu ease Is matte out that requires tho Court to luterleru by in junction where tho evidence is furaljbou by Tho Register seems to Imvo been Kovorned by thu decision ol tho Court of Appeals above rerorred and until tho faols aru established by oral evidence in sliowtnir violations of his duty by tho I do not thinic that the Couriauouldintorvououpon tho uround tbat the has not exercitiod a proper discretion la the management of the business in his UJ3B 81IAS1E LED HER TO Mtulo to Ljncli a Wisconsin Man Ac ousea of ABBuultlua a TO THE a prominent younir man lu Niouuti this has just boon jailed at Osbkosh on a churire of ussaultlut Mies Dulllu LaGrauite wnlle roturninir from a party on Frltfay Hiss La overcome with oommltied suicide Saturday by livkluu a doso of Hough on Bholettu letter recounting the ulfulr Irani benlDiilnK to She said that Kerwln pulled her from the carriage In which they wore riding ttiroo times boioro bo succeeded in his Uotb are well known in Keeuah and the excitement Ihero Is As soon us tbo story wus known u warrant waa sworn out for but ho could not be IjUter ho was discovered In By ibis time the story of the suicide and itscause hud become generally known and tnrouta of lyncuinit woro Kerwiu was lukeu through sldesirpets and und In tbls way was got of town and a conveyance was cured to him to To Interviewers Kerwln V deaf Ills bo nru proiril u in Obhknsh and have secured onil nont and every cIToi t will be tnttdo to secure bid Miss La Graniio was to bavo boon burled to Thu body lor examina tion by KoDiput r and who go from Oalikosh tor that Korwln wus to Imto buuu tuken to Ncenun f or examination Owing to the lutninu oxclti his attorneys dei mod It boat u waive tit and hu will remain In jail ut till they come tberui still Candidates for the Ou Friday next tba clvllborvlto etamlnutloa of police captains are candidates to fill tha uDloc of Inapootor will tuke The cau dlilatua are Cuiualiia WUIiuuib aud MoCullagh of tbe MoCullagh of the Al Broran und Approving tho Site fur tho Tho meeting of ibe Park Commissioners yes terday was the first since tho funeral of Resolutions wore adopted approving the selection of UivoratJe Purlt for the tomb and that suitable accommodations lor the guarda RIOTING OVER MONTREALS CITI IIALD AND OTHJ3B BDILDINGS DAMAGED BY A HOR Many Shots Bxchanitcd in an Encounter with tho Mado to Destroy the Properly of tho Vacclnators and AU WHO Pavop Trouble EPKCIAL TO TUB vaccina tion waa commoncod bero Tne Idea ol DBout measures bolng employed linaoxas poratod tho French population at tho end oC tho This morning there was a riot at the brnaoh health ofllco la that A smallpox placard boon posted noxt and flvo or six hundred Jrenoti Canadians gatfaorod round yelling aud tlirontcnlnstho boaltb Tbo placard was torn down und troddou under toot and tho mob stoned the breaking tbe Tlio police wero scut for ana subdued tbo Tour correspondent traversed tho whole ol tho worst infected matrices this Not a slnjrlo warning placard could bo all havlnff boon torn down by the people as aooo as It looks as If tho law could only bo carried out ny tho aid of and thoro is sorao talk of applying for Tho number of oases in tbo city la estimated at and it Is commonly belloved tbat Montreal la a doomed The authorities aro Deaths aro occurring at the rate of tbroo hun dred a nnil not a doctor has boon hired by tho corporation to itivu medical aid to tho Tho feeling airuinst compulsory vaccination culminated tonight In u Nine hundred or one thousaua 1reuaiiCauacltnns gathered nt 423 Catherine where tbo Branch Health Olllco for tho east end nf tho city is and brake lu tho tore down the smash ed tho counter and generally demoralized tho Aftor completing the ruin of tbo tho now greatly augmented la proceeded to tbo druv store of Borldoa lit tbo corner of Donis and Cath trlno wnioh they mistook for the ntoro of Aldermun tbo medical health In twenty minutes tho ruin of this store was Windows woro smashed and doora destroyed counters Inside were ruined and tao lurnlturo Tho mob proceeded to tho City Hall whero they evidently Intended misohiol from expres sions To with tbo Kill the llurn tho Hang tho woro heard on every Arriving at tho Olty Hall tbo crowd bogan n furious onslaught on tho public build Tho central pollou station Is here but few policemen were most of them being at tbo oust end of tho a riot had boon Bionoa wtre and soon uvory window in tho spuolous structure was Kovolvors wero drawn and some twenty shots woro when tho police they nt onoo roturnluK tho No ono was Injured so far as can be learned at this Tho mob now numbered several and it was not until tbe entire police force of tho ally had boon telephoned for that the mob wero driven Tlio omcora surrounded tho building pro liired to dclond The Mayor In tho invantlmo und been sent for and was busy detailing special policamon to protect the lives and property of The orowd now loft tho vicinity of the City Hall and proceeded down James street to Victoria whoro tha largo building occu pied by tho JJnilu Herald Is Here some or roughs hud gathered and In a twink linir the windows of the establishment wore smashed in wltn stones and Tho volley WHS returned by the Tho police hav ing been telephoned for a squad of fifty under Ohio i 1uradlHC cnmo to tho aud uftor a hard light dispersed tho who wont tip Iho street vowing vengeance on tho dd Enifllah paper which favored vac Theu the orowd went to Alderman Oroniers Tbo Alderman has always boon a llrm supporter of tho Tho mob domoiisued everything about tbe promises which wus Then they went to Ln Cliniipellos Ho Is u member of tha Provincial Hoard of They broke his windows ttnil ropiatod tbolr riotous acts at the houao nf Medical Health and Public Their windows wure smashed and their promises lly this tlmo senior command Ing oUlcer lu this military had appeared on tba Ho wus accompanied by Mayor who acknowledged bis inability to handle tho Thu engineers wero at onoo put under and aro now at tbo Armory awaiting orders to clear thu The entire crowd are now lu tho oast part of tha but dilug no It Is oxnected a Unlit will take place boioro morniug between the troops aud the Stevensons field buttery hai been ordered under arms and havo orders to clear tbe streets of tho populace at any coat oC It Is reported that two men were killed among the crowd in tho uxbt which occurred at tho City Your reporter at 1 oclock this mornluz bas just returned from tbe oast which Is entirely or 1roncli Canadian Two thousand people aro gathered there In a perfect frenzy ot They declare thoy will die rather than bo und will not submit to tho English Bloodshed Is consid ered mmvolduulu unless thoy disperse M which ID hardly Tho Eng lishspeaking community euy this is but tho beginning Ota war of which thoy do Tho police are totally iueiipuble of sup prasjna the and when tbo end will bo no ono can Thu mob Is led by many of whom uro members of the City who huvo uttered tho moat in cendiary threats to bum ttio olty und shoot all who luvor vaccination being uiudo The Uoyal Engineers are now reudy to start for tho eastern wards of tho olty uuder with Instructions from tho Minister ot Militia to disperse tho orowd who are rioting thoro at whatever The rioters sot fire to a quantity of thox huapud unalnst ibo dwelling of in the Etist Tho was soon Uugulnhed by tbeUiu She Married a Blluil TO TUE I transpired to day that Blind a bad been secretly married to one of the Salvation Army numel Uannub Tom Is lorty years aud bus lived bait hU life in this He was blind from tfor years he has earaed hla living by celling papers on tho and is a wellknown About a month ago he enrolled In tbe Salvation and tho woman bo married walked by bis sldo when thu army wus on u Methoillst performed tha A was bust uud 4 Salvation Army girl waa Washington Tho West Point are now Inspectors have been unpointed for trains en tering Vermont from Canada to guard aguluat Tho Secretary of tbo Navy baa postponed tba reassembling of the Smith ouurtmartlal until after tbe buprome Court of the Dolred Statoa renders Its decision upou the petition to restrain the Secretary and tho courtmartial from fur ther Weather Fair ulaHnnariy The f ollowlug record shontt iho In temperature fir tiie post I u comuuiisoa with the correspciidlng date of lost us Indicated by the thermometer at uuta Sia Oruadway inv 65 ra u 55 la Cl S J ra ca 71 7i n u 74 13 Aierago uniperMun HSM i oato uiss j M   

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  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
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