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   New York World (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, New York, New York                                A THING TO BE PROUD THE BBATTTIFUL BANKRH OWnnftD BT THB WORLD I THE MOST POPtJLAIl AMATEUR 5 J 8KB CONDITIONS AND OF 5 K VOTING IN THE t EVERY PIPPIII ATiniil UlnOULflllUll GUARANTEED GREATER THAN THAT OF ANY TWO OTHER AMERICAN AVERAGE NUMBER OF COpfES CIRCULATED DURING THE FIVE MONTHS OF THE PRESENT O Circulation Itooks Open to 28cttn Sic cine Steflc otrr3Mcnftpcrfpna lefen Sie ble bcutfdjen Wnnonccn uif tor NEW JUISE HHontng imb Soniwtonb finb tcfcnberc In Sjc bitttfleJgrgifcjMt blcfcn SBcmt Dedtscties Dienstpersonal lefen Me fcentfdjcn bie trtjifirf nuf bet fedrftcu 12 PRICE TWO GOMJMAN RAT MOM to MonniB At June Sand No Ar by the WILLIAM Elks of New Yon to ELLA of Harntoaa Juno J fcti by the SAV nt Saratoga pnpers pleaao by the rHEKKRA SB daughter of the of Jemey to HUGH PAUL of flow ADA HENRY la the 55th Fumral nervtws will bo hold at bia late resi 32 East 03d nt 1 Jane Relatives and friends aro invited to June youngest son of Daniel and Mnsrcio Hired 3 years Funeral from 350 ISast June DAVID beloved husband of Nora and brother inlaw of Jere and John and native of County In his U4th Funeral from his late MUC Madison on Juno at 2 Rela tives and friends are respectfully tho 31 nb at his 521 West 34th GEORGE of George Foxs in tho GOth year of his The relatives and friends ot the alno the members of Corinthian and nnd sister are respectfully attend his funeral from tho Methodist Episcopal between 7th and 8th on tho 3d at Interment at U her m this on tbe evening of May ANNA relict of Tltjen In the 81st year of her Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend thu tunernl services at her late resi 170 East 70th at Tuesday even June Interment in Greenwood at the convenience of the be loved nlie of Isidor Notice of funeral On June LEWlfl Funeral from his late iilO Asbury Asbury on June On Monday MAHT THE CENSUS KILLED ENUMERATOR LORGUE TOOK HIS LIFE FOR FEAR OF A HE WAS ILL IN THE MORNING AND DID NOT ASK ANY When He Read that He Was Liable to a 860O Fine He Swallowed Rat Poi All the Other Enumeratorii Re ported Safe Though One Was Assaulted With Beer Census Enumerator Frank Lo ratio com mitted snioideTesterday by swallowing rat Lorgue lived at 165 Bant Twentyseventh After seven hours of last agony he He died did at not 0 oclock feel well wife of John Hard daughter of the lato Oyrus and Services at tbe home of ber Hsoken on 4tu at on Burial Saturday ALVIN 77 May Funeral services enough to BO to work yesterday and when he read in an afternoon news paper that with other absent enumera waB liable to a 00 he took the hundred and ninetytwo young men wHo had sworn to aak Uncle Sams questions faithfully began taking the census in this city yesterday morning at 8 Eight more who had promised to do the same thing came down to the office of Census Supervisor Charles at 135 Eighth and begged One had got a regular job at something else that paid another explained that an old bullet ground he had acquired at Antietam had question as to who was the head of his fam HJH age was fiftysix on April Mother of how many children1 trade or occupation Thai rather gets Im a railroad trustee and I dont know how many other Ought I write it all down and bore tlio Government officials Months unemployed during the censui year Why dont they say minutes could answer Able to speak English I wonder how many of us really do speak I should maybe one in a Bo I I guess we 11 lot that stand awhile and think about Whether suffering from acute or chronic with name of disease and length of time afllieted Hm I what should a man say to What would they think of a bad attack of presidency ou the oh Do you know what proportion of us may have chronic diseases That attention will do much harm if its I had a friend whoso family doctor had been restricting hie diet for years and making him regulate his life so as to postpone death from Brights disease of the Ho had everything to live forcharming was a man of culti vated One day he consulted a spe who told him conscientiously all about his That man immediately put his estate in such shape that H could be sottled in a few resigned from all his made his will and sat down and At the end of six months ho was If the doctor had left him in igno of his it is of his it is not extravagant to suppose he might be alive The bis res frollen out a third shamefacedly 324 West 125th on Tuesday evening wnrri IIA her i 11 at 8 Relatives And Wands are 6nt wora 8 acl sprained his ankle On a Interment at convenience of i i Portland papers please I cnowder and the remaining KERS HANNAH daughter five frankly confessd that they had read the late Thomas and Mary on lary on 232 Greenpoini thelL June at her late Green from above address Jam JOHI eldest son of WilUn Jennie Relatives and friends are respectfully invite to attend the funeral servicoa at the of his 12fa East 57th on Thursday the 6th at 10 oclock moot at the convenience of the Juno HENRYA agod 54 Funeral services will be held at htrt late 1377 Washington this June at 2 Relatives and also meinburs of Lily and Alorriuanfa and Morrisunin i are Interment at Woo Jnne I in the yftar of his Relatives and friends of the family speotfully invited to attend the funeral at the residence of his 783 on 3d In Bridgeport papers ploaza oo FOWLER In Juno ofU EDWARD son of the Iqt and Mar ypbotd tejobn rgaret aged 44 Funeiai I his 627 Willouglby on June FKBDINAND aged 68 years and 5 Suneral on June at 2 Relatives and also the LinerBeer Brokers Board of Trade of New V ork ind vioin tbe tbb Plydeu Maennerobor and the Independent Schuetzen poinpany of Brooklyn are respectfully invited to T Chicago and Louis papers please GKOURKE June after a short 111 PATniCK a native of Kil County riends and relatives ot the family are re ily lfr y are re spectfully Invited to attend the fansralfriim his lato 043 Park Jnne at 3 June ELIZA beloved wife of Robert Orowoll Funeral irom their B15 Warren at oclock Wedne at BELDEN New Yorks Rich Representative rush ed by a House Jnne rumors were afloat at the Capitol today to the effect that a member of the House had been as saulted by an An investigation revealed the following facts Representative of New made a complaint to the Postmaster of the House that an error had been made by one of the ployees In delivering some mail matter ad dressed to The Postmaster requested Belden to make a statement of the matter in the ence of the offending rnHow a A li newspapers and were afraid to go around asking impudent In spite of all their the vast majority of censustake s were neither maimed nor Enumerator Louis Marks was shot a few empty beer but beyond a bad fright he was THE WOBLDS advice to citizens generally was followed with regard to the impudent and irrelevant Three reporters of THE WOULD were unable to find a citizen who had answered any of the questions about their chronic or their mort Neither could any one be found who had resented the senseless questions with anything more vigorous than I refuse to Bernhard of 136 East Fortyfifth shied a few beer glasses at his Impolite but they were thrown more in sorrow than in When the eight quitters withdrew from service yesterday morning Census Supervisor Murray sent men from his re serve force of 350 In their So he kept an even thousand questionputters at work without Their assign ments must be finished iu two and they are paid apiece by the If any vman can got through his district sooner than two weeks he is welcome to do But the work must be Supervisor Murray would not say yesterday how its thorbughness would be save by the sending of a postalcard daily by each enumerator to On this card the question puttqr shall recite just how many women and children have been asked his impudent No enumerator is ex pectad to come around and bother the force maimed or with name of defent7 What a treasure t would have been to the searcher for utatistics if he had called while I was wearing My mind To oblige the statistics man I nailed today on an alienist of great fame and asked him whether I was defective in He exam ined it carefully for some time and then Bald in a cautious way youre sane enough on an average number of That is commonly known an a condition of I believe the expert thinks all men more or loos insane and that while we may be sane enough to go around and attend to bufliness every still are not without defective If the hnme yon live in is owned by head or member of ia the home free from mortsage incttmbrance Hm I A man will cheerfully acknowlerlce that he ban a wart on his but a mortgage on his A CORNER IN AQUA NEW YORKS WATER SUPPLY THE SUBJECT OF MUCH COMMISSIONER QILEOY ISSUES A IETTER OF U adviso people to answer these important questions thats They are all I suppose Congress voted for them in a way without asking who refunes to answer them mind a confiding Any one bly h say be punished by might sue and get his money Dili then the courts are generally on the side of the AKUWBBED WITH Dont concluded that a man might truthfully i don t know to the questions That would be I satisfactory to the The L census inquisitors visited neither Jay Goulds nor any of the Vanderbilta Jay Gould is out uf town and the yellow at each most of th th e art out of at save in case of serious day proceeded to e the matter Ji i yuwjitJU i eltJPn backward with the palm of his sustained no harm and immediately recovered The Postmaster offered to discharge the employee on the but it it and an apology trom the employee which ended the in CLEOPATRAS BONES FOR Imperial Beauty Turned to Clay May Help la Make tlio Worldu Fair June Alexander of writes to the direc tors of the Worlds Fair that he is in a posi tion to furnish them an interesting He has sent the officials a photograph of a sarcophagus which he believes and claims is that of It was recently discov ered in Cesars camp near Alexandria by After paying Egyptian its the writer sa nd were in which is still Taghaferrp says ho is prompted to ne jrotiate with the Exposition authorities Trom notices he has seen in news f19i Jth8 DPied announcing that the Khedive of Egypt hus been by the directors of the Exposition for the mummy of His price Could Not Serve tbe June Hill and Speaker Busted have appointed Franklin of New and Louie of members of the Judiciary Conventional Commission in the places of Warner Mil ler and by reason of private busmens gegeroentn in New York and be in go around and lend so long as ho Government us the writer h sold it to a friend for When the sarcophagus was opened the oantenta quiring his presence there for were compelled to reuig A Splendid TO TF1 Juno The little sou of Patrick Kane fell iiito a pond here today and was drawn by tbe swift current a nme that power to the Mer oollen AVi th splendid fore DEPEW DAD OEN8DH FOB The reporter of TUB WORLD assigned to watch the Murray Hill district found only two One was at the corner of Fifth avenue and Thirtythird His pasteboardcovered portfolio aud look of great fear betrayed Tbe offered to lira moral asked proper The enumerator timidly refused and explained that it was strictly against the rules to allow a re porter to go about with So THE WOULD man walked along and watched The enumerator rang tbe door bell at the corner of Thirtysecond street and Fifth A maid answered his and after a brief conversation he handed her a large iheet of paper with printing on The enumerator trotted clown the steps and TUB WORLD reporter rang the door bell aud the same maid answered said the visitor with the portfolio had told her that he was the census enumerator that he was in a great aud that he would come back some time when the master of the house was not She brought out the paper he had handed Its title was Family Bohedule1 to 10 7B50 sus of the Unitnd The paper was ruled and divided intn many oblong sec It bore the thirtv questions THE WOBLD has printed as a On tbe bottom of the page was this mysterious and terrifying inscription ooo i a The maid said the enu merator had asked her to have the blank nicely filled out for him when he returned for A expert climbed the front stoop of Ohaunoey Uepewg at 45 West Fiftyfourth at 7 oclock iu the He handed a census marked Schedule population and Social tbe young man who an Then he trotted gayly down the etepa au4 The man got after me quite said Pepew to a WOULD reporter f had census for I tootitwitjiiny egg and Perhaps i took it with grain ot The youug man who tbe importantlooking document it the door and ran Heaaldi Til call ground again when the family isnt Then he He had nothing to I dont think any itl UU11HL1B blank was left at tbe home of Lloyd 25 East Tenth None oi the big hotels in Fifth avenue has been visited yet by the census Neither have ny of the Fifth avenue me oastBide enumerators who were seen yesterday ai tenioon repo ted that they were meeting with little or no trouble on their In tho foreign quarters interpreters were and the work in these sections was much easier than was In families whore the parents could not speak children were generally on hand who conld interpret the One enumerator was found in the kitchen on the top floor of a tenementhouse in Division The reporter aat at the table while the enumerator asked his tions and wrote down the The family consisted of mother and seven children one bright little oicht for the whole At oclock in the morning the first trom an enumerator was re ceived at It stated that Bernard of East Fortyfifth street had lefused to answer any of tho and came from the unfortunate Louis in the Tenth Election District of the Twentieth Assembly When Jiarlis reijchud Mmiths saloon for the purpose of taki g pudigree of tl f family ho was thirsty and called tor a driu He Smith and Borne others standin about to join Marks drank sup posing that he had made himfelf solid spread out his portfolio on the counter an proceeded to buumess He only got a far as the first who he wai told to get out by Smit who also beifan swearing at Mark started to find a policeman and waB followe by a of beer Marks ra and i and his after him Th frightened enumerator finally found policeman it the corner of Second avenu who aooom him to tho sa The Supply of Croton In Not Eniml to the Pretanro Bo Low Unit Water In Unobtainable In Rtinlncis Haiinen and Strict Economy A lond note of warning to tho people of thih city was sounded yenterclay by Commis sioner Gilroy when he issued an open letter asking every ono to be economical in using water and explaining the paucity of the That the Commissioners alarm is not un founded is From all parts of the city comes tho demand for more and thero aro oven instances of a real water fam ine on tho higher floors of the big apart menthouses and private That thin state of affaira exists is perhaps not the fault of any person or and is prob ably without other immediate remedy than hat Gilroy The open letter issued by Commissioner Gilroy follows It becomes my duty as Commissioner of Public prks and custodian of tho many and immense nterests involved in the citys water supply to Jrielly present to tho people of the city the pres ent condition of tho supply and the extreme necessity for care and economy in the use of the For a number of years past and up to the pros nt time the old aqueduct and tbo Bronx Itiver conduit huvo delivered in tie city all the water which they ore capable of the supply thus remainlnK stationary when the city liua been constantly KJ owing in btllid manufactures and creating new and demands upon the water Ihe consequence is that at certain seasons of the notably in extreme cold when the habit of wasting water from faucets to vent fi eozlnff in the pipes prevails and iu warm and dry when various methods of waste aro in the daily consumption exceeds the supply which can by any possibility bo received throiwh tho old aqueduct and tho Bronx Kiver THE A B CS OF Iknowahouse on EantEiihtoenth street which will not bring its proper rental lio Thiro e or the poor supply of nro in the neighborhood n large number lofty apartment and with their big pumps having onormons prevent private dwellings obtaining a fair portion of the SMOTHERED IN HIS FntnlltleH nt a Fire of Incrndlnry fSPKCIAL TO THE 1 Juno Ono man wassnffo catod by smoke and six other persons wore badly burned this morning by a lire of sup posed incendiary or gin iu the tonoment 1 OUR Franklin Several fami lies wore living in tho tho lower iloor of which was used as a paint Tho flre started ou the first snd after reaching the oils and paints stored there spread with frightful George lessee of tho has boon arrested on suspicion of bavins set fire to the place for the insurance ho was carry ing upon The dead man was TAMMANY HALL OPENS A BALLOT REFORM TAKING OBJECT LESSONS IN THE WORK INGS OF THE aged seventy suffocated b Tho injured are MABY i burned nboat hold Injurlea nd arms little son of bndlv tho excess of conimmptlou being drawn from tho city diminishing tlie depth or wator and the pressure in the distributing Ihore is no possibility of increasing the water supply received m the oity until tho now aquo duol is bronirbt into andin the mean time the only reliance for n fair and enual dlstii bution of the city is care and economy in Its nso on tho part of the Already the depth or wator in the reservoirs is being diminished at the rato of ono inch per and If this should continue for any length af time the pressure in the distributing rnnms would be so reduced that it would be Impossible to deliver wator in thousands of houses located on hitrh and m some other locations even in tbo basements or I therolore most earnestly appeal to all citi residents and ponplo curryingon business in this to be oarof ul and economical in tho use of wator in justice to to tlio people at and esi ecially to those who aro so located as to be aroady Buffering incon InsulBciont supply of aged thirtytwo noverel bnrnnd wife of tbe above i nurndd aliout aboulders and arms Injuring probably aited nlno body atad tour rescued uncon scious And seriously The flre burned for half an hour before it wap AH soon an the firemen ar rived a stream of water was turned on the burning but no ollort was made to rcKCUo the occupants until loud screams trom the second story indicated that thero wore helpless people Tho firemen entered and found tho family of Gbortre Sohlothmau struggling in the smoltq and flames in the two front Tho husband was fiichfully burned and wsa lying helpless on the His wife nnd two children worn alno and his father had been smothered to death in his and Ucturn to First ami are Instructed In Ctuit IllR A Ilflotll Erected and I lie Intricacies of the New nietnod Tammany Hull ban inaugurated1 its first Ballot lioform The school was opened last evening at 8 Beach tho headquarters of tho Tam many Hall General Committee of the Firnt Assembly There were about fifty scholars present and they received ob joct lessons in tho new mode of which is to be inaugurated in this State next Tho Wigwamitos did not take kindly to their study although they wore thoroughly taught the modus oper and of the reform election yearly every one of the pupils got mixed up and ludicrous mistakes were FROM RUSSELL HARRISON HE TELLS THE WORLD ABOUT THE SPRING PALACE TEXAN BELLES BORNE THKOUOH PLAME8 BY HEROIO PLATT AND HIS the TAttlo Man Land the Putnam County Tarpon HUMIDITY ARRIVES venience from In his letter Commissioner Gilroy refers only to tho inconveniences consequent on the lack of water and fails to call attention to the effect that the small eupjfty has on the bealth of the citys Physicians have considered this phase of the and some fear a conse quent epidemic of There is not only insufficient water for household pur such as washing and but the pressure is so low as to prevent the proper lushing of closets and and therein ios the greatest This scarcity of water was made suddenly apparent yesterday in a large portion of tho ower part of the much to tho amaze ment of engineers and business who could not recollect such a thing as over hav inc occurred particularly about Along and the City Hall Charles who occupied tlio rear apartmentswith his wife and had loft to BO to and his wife and little son were caught in the HatiKB could have but her little boy was BO frightened that he ran under the bed and in the frantic motherx effort to nave her child she was daiiBorously The child was found in an unconscious condi tion but the mother is able to The injured wore all taken to tho Hclilotliman is not expected to The recovery of bin two children is aloo doubt though MB wife mav pull Alter roKcninir tho inmates tho firemen turned their attention to extinguishinc the which succumbed in a short The damage will amount to fully a anied Smith was induced by plioemau to answer the questions reported the niatter to Superviso Subsequently Hmitn ealle at the coin ua office to collect the 40 cent which she laid Marks had failed to pay f o tlie drinks he ordered before he berai taking the census Htatistics of the family Murray informed hor that the Unit nd Statesi Government was engaged just now ii oollpoting the ceiisiiB and not other peuplei ALL ON THE WEST Census enumerators were hard to find on tho extreme wet In a saloon at thi corner of Twentieth street and Tenth ave a WOHLU reporter wjs told that a man had been in but no ono in any o the adjacent houses or stores on any o the four blocks had seen Anotliei of a tenement house in West Thirtieth and again at a saloon fame but no one elae in the neignborhood had been favored with A Atlanta pleauantlookuiKyouugrnanwau aeon on Fortieth between Beventn and Eielith with a portfolio under hia Ho prove I to be an who had spent the whole day in the blok be tween Fprtieth sud Fortyfirst streets and Seventh and Eighth He had not met with a single to answer big butacme o the le were palpable fsJss liirthbr down Seventh avenue another A numeratorwas He was on his way lome after hard days work and reported laving had absolutely no P N ie eaid objected to of the questions when once they d what niy business I bait to lu one or two ip of any I cant am stuck on the dba lit but hai point aiiking and uuatched the body of the rfs spec TChe but tore up in e body ot the boy was upcou body would hurt a ctnsus He is xiwpiy his I havent filled out my blank Let me Whether a sailor or marine durine tya war or or Wthftfl CAWS Dashawsy A doublefeed fountain pen that never never always lasts Over half illiou in All V Use Alk your grocer for Wh perwa I thirty quad or A few of tbe offices in the Pulitzer Building have u unobstructed householders and tenants were tho principal and those who were not supplied with private tanks on the roof had to go without In tho composingroom of THE WOULD the wator Htopped running at causing much iiiconvenicn Tho name thine happened at Chambers street and Broadway about the same and from there to Canal street no water coulrl bo ob tained on the upper floors of buildings for tl o rost of the Thero were many conjectures as to tho cause of the The flre insurance companies wore quickly informed of tho new danger to tho property they and they at onco communicated with tho Commis sioner of Public I know the water has stopped run ning in some places of the Orotun Water BeDair Depart to b WOULD Such a thing has not occurred for ten It is only in buildings on the high that the water has as everywhere else in the city it is running About Iark Row and in parts of Broad war there is no but in the Swamp ami iu all the mstriot to tho east and west of Broad which is on Bomewbat lower thejiow and wator V What la the cauio of this Htoppaee of r V It is the of the three holidays coining baturday and at the of the hot A large number or Bteamboats which are just or the season have been tilling up along the river drawing off immense quanti ses of and wateringcarts have taken another large while people have tiling up their tanks this and thee hree catiHeH combined make a scarcity 1or he time In a few t will be all over and the water will flow as Supposing a flre should break out dur ug one of theve temporary famines Dont be was the The Fire Department has the CentralParkro ervoir to draw upon in such an and in fifteen minutes it could giveahikh pressure all over the There is water in M tho hydranti which re n a everything will o all right this A wellknown real estate dealer said yen reporter that he found renting fluts above the jr private dwellings of more ban three because of the Jack of roper water you would be aston shed if you visited many fiats and ouud with what little water the tenants re forced to put In all big fiat hoimes nd in nearly all modern privare dwellings ye are now obliged to put in of ome And at that there are only cer ain hours of the day or when they an we Tbe decrease in the supply i water from lost Bummer i know In which tbe water HARVARDS Active Efforts to Discover the rBPKCIAL TO THE June The indignation of the students of Harvard over the red paint outrages of Saturday night is general and The students interested in athletic sports show the most contempt for the bar barities This was proved early this morning when posters were tacked con spicuously throughout the college an nouncing that on account of the defacing of the college buildings and monuments a massmeeting of the students was The posters were signed by Sam President of the of Linu captain of the University nine Hutcli captain of the orew of the foottnll and I exPresident of and now a prominent and athletic member of the law The meeting mass the ftudonta packing Sever Hall to its utmost liesolutions wore unani mously passed denouncing the act ax an tendering money to pay the dam aged employing iletucitives to ferret out the culprits with a view to revealing them to the A committee consistin of the lonrolaKfOi and four others was ap pointed to carry out the resolutions of the It was advanced bv some that the culprits were donbtlesH but that wan voted no excuse for such a Yale like There is no disguising the fact that ath letic men generally fear very serious re sults from the outrage anil have grave doubts whether oven the decided stand taken by the students in the meeting will As to the identity of the vagabonds who caused all this disturbance nothing is known as or if discoveries have been made the laots are kept The Cam bridge nolce are looking into the affair and the Faculty has instituted an inquiry on its own If discovered the deuecrators will be summarily 1NBPEOTOBS AT Out of thirty votersonly throo camo from tho Hecret booth with their ballots folded A number of tho pupils insisted on writine their names on tbe while several scholars rushed out of tho box before tho threeminutes time limit was Register Frank watch ing the attempts of his followers to carry out tbe strict provisions oftho Hullot Re form cvinccd Bomo There will be a eond deal of trouble in thiB city at the coining ho You can sec for yourself how difficult it will bo to educate voters into the myri tnrles of tho now Tlio change from tho ityle of balloting iB very rad and the now law iB rather I predict that there will be no end of trouble ancLmintakea in thxcity ou unless thevotorn am with every section of We mean to this nehocil in operation from now until election I think it iB the only way to make our people familiar with thn workings of ballot A man of superior education in liable to make a mistake unless be becomes familiar with tho new A regulation booth was rigged up in a corner of the It waB a patent folding arrangement made of BIX feet in All four aides were Tlio door Bwnng outwnrd and extended to within two feet of the The booth waB three feet in A cuard mil kept outsiders nix feet away from tho election officers and the ng of the presidents fou DEATH MAY DEFEAT reat difficulty oi The Chief Affalniit Blrcbell Killed by June a passenger train was instantly killed here this his head being caught between the bumpers of two Hayes was the principal witness in the cele brated BirohellBeuwell murder and his sudden death will rob the Dominion of the one witness who saw Birohell and his victim on the So tlie Wentlior Sharps with K Promtae of Itlole Humidity will make his appearance for the Summer season of 1800 if the weather sharp at the top of the Equita ble Building ia to be Dunn alao says today will be The weather yesterday was a shade warmer than In the morning at 8 oclock it was 08 10 a jump of 6 de grees in two bourn 12 70 3 8J 0 and 8 The highest on Sunday was 81 and the lowest Tho parkn and the Battery were favorite places yesterday for thoae who had Ono section of tho city that the public is be ginning to realize ia a pleasant place to spend a Summer day in is Pivcside adjoining the All dav yesterday the which overlooks the came in for a good share of and as noon as the Park Commissioners provide fluffl oient benches one of the citys breathing places at present comparatively unknown will have all tlie attractions tho stayat homes ciin wish According to the weather officials the piCHOiit warm weather is the advance por tion of a big hot wave that has been lin gering for the ptiBt three weeks in the North the temperature out there during that time ranging from SO to 00 This wave ifi now moving eastward whats it looks as though it has a lone Ktopovor for this Massachu setts and Connecticut also report groat According to the weather no signs of rain can be Two people were overcome by the heat Ono wai Edward aged Hixty who Baid ho was a merchant in Maiden but could not toil the num He wan overcome at Church aud VoBcy streets and removed to Chambers Street The other unfortunate was Julius atfod fortyBix living at IMI He waa taken to Vin cents The Inlnco Wns n Monster Hung with the Agricultural and Mineral Wealth of tlio Star anil Win the Feoplca Pride nnd fSPECIAL TO THE 1 June compliance with the request of TUB for a state my experience during the Spring Palace firft at Fort I give you the following facts In order that the peculiar nature of tho calamity may be I deem it necessary to explain what the Spring Palace is and how it was It was a frame hastily constructed so far as framework was aud covered about square Tho framework was entirely of wood and was almost covered with decorations of unique and interesting Ears of split lengthwise and hunks of cotton and sugar and grains of corn were all utilized in tho decorations of the TUB REORKT The school wan opened for business at 8 Patrick IHiig William Michael Hart and Michael Kennedy acted and John arn an llot clerk re the firs to approach the ha lot and ho rpcoivod a handful of The clerk wrote his supply r aoei ind in A Boy lirlef dnreer Alfred the sixteenyearold son of Joseph a glass of 113 North Eighth was yesterday morning arraigned in the Lee Avenue Police Court for ink and was discharged by Justice Goettiug at the of Ihe Sunday night young Lober with a few cigarette smoking companions were play iig around a truck when Annie of 104 North Eighth She saw Lober emerge from the crowd aud throw something at Tho prenpna night another boy had made a Mmiiar looking at her drens Miss Fagan saw it be pattered with ink wtiioh Lober hd emptied from a pencil Bha seized the boy and charged him with spoiling her This he denied and tnigulert to but ioliceman aviij al9Ug hoy was arre ooat boys in F Hil rlghfuaud and the sleeve of hii were covered with The parents jiaid tor the damage to oys the uortb wfeoh unusually at desjrable for architects It will be open every hour day Wd ot go above the first flour now hiolia yeur ago the power sent the water u to the top In those house pumps ave been but even wjth their id the tenants are unable to obtain the upplythey Wheu Crotpu water was introduced the ty was not built UP above Thatwaa in Then followed n improvement of tbe with Hixh nacc a viaduct and storage ut years that have eapHedsincf is and the com plaint was He should at leant have been fined a few dollars or been imprisoned fur a raid police tor hu crime is a maltaiiius It seems he and the other the account of th aa and James OHa Willis as poll clerk and ba Major Henry Bezant waB tho first bravo a initials on each ballot stubauii tlie lost no time in shutting lumaelf in the He a prisoner for at leant five minutes before Ho had evi dently drilled himself in ballot reform and made no Edward how got tangled all He tore off the while communing with himself iu tho secret box and WUB Hont back with a new set of Tho next four HtudentB kept Inspectors busy in explaining hvw the now machinery Avtudontwho came to be instructed was heard to remurk 1 haie been for more than twenty years teaching other people how to and here I am asking to Im taught Is that the kind of a shebang Ive trot to go into next election what aro we coming to v A student named OConnor yelled while in the booth fcure they will know howl vote if I put me name on the top of tbe your name aiiv part of the replied one of the Then what are those letters there for he 1 They are tho initials of tho ballot WANTS MORE Alderman CornnlliiB Flynn Resigns from tho Alderman Cornelius the Tammany Hall representative from tho Castle Garden has resigned from the Ho has been chased around recently by con st tuents who desired his influence in secur ing them employment in the various depart The Alderman has trudced from department to department and appealed for but his tmpplicatious have been treated with scorn and tho doors of depart ments have been shut in his He could not stand these insults any and as Tammany Hall Commissioners are the offi cials who have given him thn cold he became angry and decided to quit the The announcement of Flynns resignation created some surprise at the City Hall yes Ho walked into the presence of lloKiHter the leader of the First District aud boldly declared his resig The itegister Whats the Flyun replied Uilroy has been In jumping upon I cannot gt t a laborer appointed in hia My nenple come to me for jobs and I cannot get them An Alderman has no influ ence with I have no fault to find with your leader but as a Tam many Hall Alderman I think I ought to get some from Commissioner Itoifister Fitzcerild told Flynn to keep but Flyun naid he conld he decided to allow his resigna tion to hang in abeynnce until Crokers return from when he will rehearse his sorrows to the All tho Tammany Hall Aldermen and Assemblymen are complaining about the laekol patronage awarded They aver that Commissioner Gilroy and other Tam nmiiv Hall Commissioners are afflicted with tho big ho was he Bought it was the cue that it was tho straight Reeixter Fitzgerald wus patient and untir ing iu his eflorts to teach hiu Tammany Hall followers howto vote according to ballotre He remained at the school tiom8 1 0 he County Democracy will h and ley also would take a hand in a 4errj ta snout TO TBX j June Rusk has consented to deliver an address to Ohio State iu this city ou K hair the cant of pripea oro too low lor till The County Democracy will have a meet ing in the large hall of Cooper Union this which will be attended by the members of the Twentyfourth Aanumbly District orgauizatio Kesoliitions are to be adopted cougratiilatiiig the people ou the enactment of a bullotreorm law in thin Hoger ex Charles Jackson and John Cron are to and the voting ma chinery is to be explained by the use of a Itoyul at Jnne Duke and Duchexs of Caniiaught and party arrived hero this The station dud the streets leading to it were filled with people waiting to get a view of the Alder man acting in the absence of Mayor read an address ot wel come first in French and then in The Duke replied in Tbe party then proceeded to the residence oi Sir George the Canadian Pacific Bail way where they had In the afternoon they were taken over the city and finally to the grounds of the Montreal Amateur Athhitio where they witnesod a lacrosse match between the Montreal Lacromie Club and a team of uaughnawaga Pulcldo ua June aged sou of a welltodo farmer of the town of Qhenango committed suicide by hanging last eveuiii tho wi The l091DUimieli In tlio bu4in I tu PoltDupatuu U tbo groit local pai it in all gatluiatoi for by 31 Ut Units l o jiic due uni 10 tcutjdjt Vdmimccit iu l Tuesday last he ran ife nf Eugene let t later in the week a d returned to her hus ironklin became despondent and ended the aft air by taking uls Wuothor for Eastern Jfew tUghttv variable For Western Jfew warmer soutMrly The following record the change in the temperature for the Iwt twentyfour in oompaviion with the correspond ing of last at wdicatedbytka thermometer at Perry so that at a little distance it looked as if tho palace were handsomely painted and decorated with The extent of this decoration may bo comprehended when I add that while tho structure ItBclf was built for its total when completely decorated and was nearly It stood upon an elevation not far from the track upon which had been side tracked the special palace car of Frank Les lies Illustrated in which a staff of artists and writers and newspaper dor respondents and myself live and work dur ing our trip through THE TOUR OF THE About 0 oclock in the evening of Me morial in company with John Ai our and of manager of our Weatern depart and nearly nil the other members of our about a dozen in went to sen the exhibit at the Sprin Sleicher and myself were separated from tho and made a tour of tho building together with President Paddock and VicePrbaidont Bur Walter Hurley and I was struck by tho originality of the deco rations of the which were quite as novel as those on the A magnifi cent said to be the largest wooden one ever erected in the 68 feet in diameter and 108 feet crowned the centre of the building and was set off on either side by Beveral showy Underneath this grand dome was a fountain flowing over a mass of rooks and in the water about the fountain swans and fish were The rough wooden pillars and tho boarded walls and ceilings were all covered with heavy masses of live fleecy sheaves of barley and other I was astonished at the variety and extent of the which embraced almost every vegetable and cereal grown anywhere in the United And yet every single exhibit was tho product of The dome was elaborately trimmed with sheaves and all arranged with great The building was divided into two floors as you eni to the right of the dome was a series of ascending from one floor to the occupied by the Elgiu which furnished excellent We ascended to the second floor and found perhaps the most artistic of the exhibits in what were known aa tiio While and Roman Those were departments of fair All the decorations and bricabrao were made from grasses aud The for seemed to be made of square tiles oi different each about a foot Each being made bv laying grains of corn of different colors side by side in a perfect rectilinear Tne curtains of the Gold Boom were made of bits of strung on with a few bits of popcorn separating the straws at a The effect was Tne White or Roman perhaps the most original of was decorated with va riously colored pumpkin This work was so skilfully dune that until you had stood awhile and studied out tbe seeds yon would not have believed they were The round pillar which passed up the centra of this room was completely covered with the all laid sidu by TO BE We were about descending from second floor to tbe first floor to for some of tho Leslie when Bleicher called attention to the highly flammable character of the decorations and to the destruction that would inevitably suit from a spark of VicePresident Bnrleigh pointed out that only electrio lights were that no smoUlng wan mitted and that firemen fully supplied extinguishers and hose were frequent intervals about the We had descended from the stairway the first when suddenly I heard the halfsuppressed shrieks of taw sudden uprising of the masses ot people bfl fore Bleicher exclaimed at once That means flre I I thought that gome one had fainted or that a fight wag taking STomNO TBB Icried do not runt stand move alone quietly 1 I bad hardly uttered these words before I was crowded to the foot of the stairs and saw the people under toe dome rushing for the doors and Sleioher was pushed along to window from which be but I stood near the stairway tbe confusion that was threatening to become a I trisc to restrain the I did at thai know what tbe cause of the There were no cries of but a murmur of many troubled rush and a hastening to Themembers of the Elgin all in confusion and us J looked towards them I for the sparks weie flying in their f kusw that tha building was men oil about the in yfalttiinsi   

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