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   New York World (Newspaper) - March 13, 1894, New York, New York                                months weather tnflicfttlonaiIm Circulation Boohs Omnto per day in One JftlfTof per day In Three Weather Indentions PRICE TWO TODAYS NEWS IN BRIEF DIWER IN EXTREME Indications for today warmer highest temperature 5IJ 48 aver averace lor corresponding day last Stocks wore fairly active and In the main Bonds strong and In Monov 1 Exchanco higher and gold exports be fore the end of the week were In Now York May wheat opened or advanced to 13 broke fr and closed May wheat In Chicago opened or rose to foil to and closed Cotton opened 4 a 5 points closed steady 10 a 13 points down for the MX IK AND AROUND NEW The millionth In The World Free Bread Distribution was given A Harlem policeman overhauled two men carrying a bundle of dynamite bombs on St Nicholas avenue at 3 Their supposed owner tho other man was His story that he is no Anarchist and win hired by the other man to carry the load seems borne out by It was judicially decided a child has the same rights as an adult In the public An exchange of angry denunciation took place between Assistant DistrictAttorney O Hare and Alfred a colored before Judge Martine In General Henry Goodstein charged Superintendent of Buildings Brrdy with having refused to Issue a proper building permit and with having treated on order of Justice Ingraham with 1Iftoen Vansar students joined the Salvation Army Auxiliary A contest was begun of the will of Frederick the Now Jereoy claying tied a playmate to a tree and built a fire around He will probably Chaunccy Depow addressed a great audi ence at the Catholic and repeated the Popes message to tho American Miss Pollard was overcome in the court room yesterday during the trial of her damage jult nnd hail to be ExJudgeBhebv Brecklnrldgoslaw assaulted of Miss Pollards Counsel J during Ike KiSenator White took his seat on the Su promo Bench and Blanphard took the oat of a 1 lie Senate tabled the PctTer resolution for a into thecharges connecting Senato itli the sugar trust and speculation In sugar iriator Sherman la to be In wea Senator Aldrich said he contemplates th Mi resignation of his but not In th immediate Commissioner Lochren was Informed of th arrest of apenson attorney o Hudson for alleged penslo The Commissioner restored betwce and suspended Walker made charges In tha Hous against tho trolley trust and said tho trail o tho the General can b traced In this NEW MARCH Breckinridges Partner Strikes Johnson at the Noon MISS POLLARD OYERCOME IN at chicanery thnt the defense saw fit to Inaugurate In regard to these depositions jfi to Doe9 tnat not loolc At the word chicanery Shelbv turned towards Brecklnrldge anil whispered to him flushed and nodding towards made some reply to Shelby In an angry Unconscious of this demonstration of rlnlng wrath Johnson went on pla cidly to say Shelby Is one of peculiar choppedoff Shelby Is a little knows only the and Is absolutely Impervious to any service of notice or anything of that sort from counsel from the other PRICE TWO Moied by Hfl Patios of Her Own She Is Removed Sobbing from the FRIEND CLADDE DE LA ROCHE There Are Other Men than Breokin He Remarked to but There Ii No Other for Mel Special to The March Pollard was carried out of the court room this overwhelmed with grief at awakened recollections of the death of her LAWYER An hour or two later exJudge Breclcinridges law por onally assaulted of lias Pollards r hough stricken on the didnt smack on ffer to turn his right check to his ad LAWVEIl Then Johnson said that although Judge Bradley ordered a recess before Offers to Surrender and Goes on Board a Portuguese END OF REVOLUTION IN 16 There some specula tion as to the exact meaning of the ac tion of the Portuguese Minister when seen this admitted that he had received news of the but was unwill ing to give out iiny Information con cerning the exact terms of da GnmiiB offer of or discuss Iho prob able action f Ihe Hrnzllinn He thnt he had no doubt Unit limil settlement had been made by or would certainly be made Possibly a good a commentary on the surrender s can be consists In the following furnished by Senor of the forces engaged In the uaval manoeuvres In and about the harbor of TIIU The Surrender to Be on Condition That the Lives of the Insurgents Be LOYAL FLEET ALL READY TO President Peiicoto Had Givon Fortyeight Hours Notice of a Battle to Resi dents of gunboat transport of War armed merchantmen IMrclra da Cunha and Adolpho de and four torpedo two of which are In good condi and the nther two half The force of men on the rebel ships and in rebel fentresses aggregates about novcn Outside the whereabouts the rebel war ships AquldalKin and Republic are cruis ing The array of Government lying on the Foutli side of the entrance to the bay under the lialtrrlcs of Kort March B somewhat more The forces received at the State Department late consist of Ihe dynamite cruiser Nlcthe tnis afternoon from Minister Thompson the Ironclad tho cruiser Tlra m zl Man rebellion is about torpedo boats Plnv Javalin and the armed tor or rhe despatches from Minister Thomp boat Mnxotn and five torpedo boats son contain the information that Ad CD neutral forccn in the argu Two despatches were received by the ThlH was given 1ortyelirht was almost thefirst out Btllte They In The lawyers In ani1 wncn read as follows tcrcsted in the proceedings slowly crowd ed In a bunch into the little passage half hallway half which leads the corridor of the Court SAH Shelby bristled up to Johnson r me and shouted ion have insulted sah You have an epithets to sah1 l iemaml sah besides being a little man wears uxoept for the does not look Mr lohnson is much taller an3 heavier DOMESTIC ExPresident Harrlnon dcllvored the neconc of his courso of six lectures on Conatltutiona lAw before the students of Lclnnd Stanford in Hcnlo There are fifty coses of typhoid fever In But and the disease is Senator Stewart of Nevada says exPreslden Harrison la praising Senator of will retire from pub Ho life at tho end of his March Isabolle the Ansonla schoolgirl who was found Insensible at her fathera wiu told a year ago by a stranger that showns It Is suspected this stranger tried to her last The Bwarthmore College students that hazed Hutchinson pleaded guilty before tlio faculty and were sentenced to thirty days or the bodies of the entombed minors have been found In the Qaylord Plym Da of the rebel fleet in Klo am altered to surrender and has gone aboard a Portuguese manof war for This the end ol the Prime Minister Rwebery prolalms that Qlad entire policy will be adhered to and gives sharp warning to the House of Lords Harrington says he Farnellltes want a pledge regarding Home Justin McCarthy hia Cliieen reelected Chairman of the Irish Gladstone left London yesterday and went to accompanied by who became Insane while trying the charge against Maybrick of poisoning her husband Is The manager of the National Sporting Club Ol London curtly declined to say whether a pursu is being railed for the Corbett light Corbew says bo to sail nakj aspects for an unusually sucrefiful season are many and i new Jockey after another secret sojourned tilt when tho flkecjlor it la will be forthcom tho big Yule football asain PtMiily own ntercollege record bv puttliw phot 42 feet 5 Inches at tho Yale winter The officials of the Metropolitan Association Aniateur Athletic Union iiad a prolonged mwpw wherein they tried to dlaercntfuto CJ4 and probably would have given etter than he had got but for the in erference of friends and These the two most startling nd ImpressVe episodes of todays ses ion In thv Polls breach But there were numerous accessory incidents of und not the least of them was the first public appearance of Claude de la Roche cousin of tho only Ward and nephew of the Marquis De la Chamberlain to the Pope a young man who knows that he is of blue blood and JLI1 1L Johnsons Instantly thcra was P tremendous com Rio de March Washington De Gama through the Senior Portuguese naval offered to Extensive Privileges on Canal Given to One of Plaits Big Electric CANAL PROPULSION ONE Tho How Ready for Gives tho Right to Establish Heat ing and Power March State made a contract of the most extensive char acter with a corporation when It presented to the Cataract General Klcc trlc a branch the Niagara Power the right of way along the canals of the State to lay string wires or otherwise transmit the electric current generated at Niagara The contract presented by Superintend ent of Public Works Edward Hannan for the olllcers of the company to sign allows the company to string make build a traction road or canal propulsion and establish central powerstations at such points as it may leem necessary along the line of all the canals and on all canal It lso authorizes the construction of and The eom any according to the isc the Niagara electric not only for canal hut for pro luclng heat and power at such points as it Thomas a division engineer on tho State visiting Niagara on a pleasure conceived the Idea of building a tail race or tunnel for the riddance of the water after It had done Its work of wheel This ttinne could be built at a low and In that way the full benefit of the great height of the falls could be Overshed Induced a number of Niagara Falls busi ness men to go Into the and the Niagara Falls Power Company was formed In Hut more money was and a lot of wealthy New York City men went into the Among these were Ilerpnnt George How Charles ward Edward Hrown William Vander Morris August ForbesLei Charles Ed waid Francis Lynde Stetson and The company purchased miles of land along tho Niagara Hlver A tract of thousand acres was set aside for houses for Albert Por ter was made resident engineer John Hogart and Coleman Sellers were con sulting and Clemens Hershell was the hydraulic The com pany vtiia reorganized under the name of tho Cataract Construction Irum the water level below the the company constructed a tunnel of horaeshoe shape through solid rock to the upper river at a point about one mile above the The power of the waterfall Is utilized by turbine wheels and brought to the from which point It will be delivered to mills and factories or be transmitted by pneumatic tube or as the customer may CORBETT TAUNTS The Clnmpion Dares tha Strong Man to Enter tho Ring with Him for One ThroeMinute Sandow and Jim Corbett met at the A Grand Record Reached by The Worlds Free Bread MAGNIFICENT THE PEOPLE MADE Thousands Saved from Hungers Death by This Dole of the Generous and LET ALL WHO GAVE NOW Tho Btory of a Most Practical the Need for Tho Worlds Appeal and the Spiondid loaf One million loaves of bread have been lven to the starving poor of New York by The Worlds Free Bread To a Mount Vincent Holcl and If chllrl tho loaf was given yes the Man had been In any pugnaj tclc1a lt tne Houston street depot She clous the chances are that he lp mother who Is would have hod his head knocked Roster Dials star was at table f t I m TTie THE THE lives up to this and when he Is not visiting the lirst families of Europe and of puts In Is time studying law with the firm of Coudert In New The scrap between Shelby and Johnson was not altogether a sur It had been noticeable that the opposing counsel were Irritable and were as sarcastic as the limits of courtesy would They alluded to each ther constantly as But erworth was My Brother to Car sle Carlisle was My Brother to Phil and Johnson poke ernal rotherllness It Carlisb had been keeping on eye on arid wan pressing forward to the two men when the blow was struck HO close to In that Shelbys In swinging back for the touched Carlisles Hurrying out of the Brecklnriuge and his got an Idea that Carlisle had been pum melling and they Instantly und vociferously accused him of A few moments when the confusion had grown to Its and men were ho and Was Brecklnrldge hit Who struck wl Carlisle hit and Did anybody und with a bis red spot on one of hlH pale was being held in the grasp of one big mar while his little assailant was being of Judge Shelby In an equally frashooed off by Marshal of wav But in of nil thin Judge Bradley was seen But in spite all this hurrying back down the As he RONT it illustrated ut4 of striking i 1 ligivt A was evident that rotherly love did not More of tie session was consumed by wrangles n legal points and technicalities than y and that Is what soured the emper of all the my The proposed Introduction by counsel or the plaintiff of new affidavits from CentucUy was the basis of the hottest wrangle of Brecklnridgea law yers contended that the affidavits had not been properly and that the defendants counsel had not been served with proper 10 1 ice that they were to be who is CaWeron Car lisles reflected on the Inten tions ol the defense in making the He contended that Shelby bad been to all Intenlu and purposes the actual at torney for ana tfiat notice of the depositions was on htai of all sated piece As he white and and with flashing In the there arose a bubble of Breckln rldge said that he had nothing to do with There and U seemed as if the matter was about to resolve Itself Into a conundrum like that of Who struck Billy Patterson when the marshal who had been holding Johnson said that It was most assuredly Johnson who had been struck and that It was Shelby who had struck Judge who Is a strict and stern disciplinarian and a rigid upholder of the honor and respect due to the was extremely away when he had satl He turned himself that the row was and a few minutes later said to The World reporter that he would laveutlgate the matter the first thing in the and would punish for contempt of court the party whom he found to be to Sporting statesmen In the corridors of the Arlington tonight were discussing the episode and making bets as to ConUuuod on surrender to the President of provided he and his followers were guar anteed against Rio de March Washington De Gama has gone aboard a Portu guese manofwar for Another despatch was received at a late hour tonight by Secretary Gresham from Minister containing additional Information that Da Gama asks only that he and his ofllcers be allowed to leave the and tho lives of his private soldiers and sailors be It Is regarded by prominent officials as without question that the Brazilian Government will accept ths surrender with the terms asked for by Da Secretary Gresham believes that this marks the end of the Brazilian There Is considerable surprise expressed herjj by those Interested In the affairs at Rio that the offer of surrender should have been made through the Portuguese up to this hus shown any particular disposition to take a hand In the It Is not that the action of the Portuguese In receiving Da Gama is necessarily an act of sympathy with the The Portuguese are said to recognize a principle of International now ob by which right of asylutn as it Is is granted temporarily by a neutral power a defeated This right of asylum is not recognized of late years by most except In of arid more over the tosAugeptg have never by anybody as boWKer before the firing was to Accord ing Iu thin arrangement firing could not hcRln until Tuesday Da Gamas offir surrender was fully twentyfour hours before nn attack was tn he The offer of sur In folowod the first actual show of determined force on the part of tin 1IOIXOTOS RIO DM March notified the representatives of the foreign powers that operations against the In the Hay of Rio lie would be resinned after the expiration of forty Ill return the company Is tn furnish for the State to each anil every canal lock such electrical Installation as will operate motors to open and close the anil electric lights milllclcnt to light each The company must conclude its work Inside of three When its sys tem is complete the company must fur nish electricity for the propulsion of canal boats at a rate not to per electrical horsepower for the season of The State at any condemn and take from the company any or al Itn apparatus used in canal and located on State lands by paying to the company 10 per more than the original All work must he done under the supervision of the Superin tendent of Public The second party to tills sweeping con the Cataract General Kleitrle IB managed by such men as William the New York hanker right IimONOS March spatehes received hero from Rio de Frank Thomas Ilatt say that President Peixoto has Issued a deereo warning the inhabitants to leave the town In view of the np lirofirhing battle between thu Govern ment und the insurgent WHERE IS ADMIRAL HELLO Commodore Vedder and Churlton company is only smUl part of His Rebellion Is After Six Months of Alleged by a Proxy to Whom Ho Gave Admiral Custoillo du Millns revolution ms petered but is lie turned over the rotninalHl of the rubil Iktl in tin liny lo Admiral Louis 1hlllp du fuhliuilm da iuum in Ucccmhcrhe bus been enveloped In His the bnltleshlii hits Illtted In and out of Klo II ly unmindful of the niln of shot anil shell up in her inuiletl sidett and but lie seems to have lout In the An infernal imuliinu hcnt to him fulled lo remove after he Ivllhu that the wife mm mother of nn Ill treated subaltern hud killed him with vine waii not und the recurring of his having bciU curried oil by have never been but his whereabouts lire still On 7 be Presi dent Pulxoto fortyeight hours to leave iVlwto Is still His treading closely upon the heels of the burlvsuue revolt of Adnjlrul Waudeukolk In ban lasted 188 On the night ol the fitbol litat September iliere M a not a raijnmomllim or executive offi on igccud the Niagara Power Company that has harnessed The company that will furnish the canalboat power is the Krle Electric Towing und Power another branch of the The directors of the Power Company are Plerpont Will iam Hamilton Morris Isaac John August Brown Hawley anil Thomas In the Senate tonight Pound In troduced rbill to incorporate the Ni Lockport and Ontario Power with a capital of Tho bill was prepared by the Business Mens Association of and the object of the company Is to furnlph water power In Orleans and lOrle hlH mannRpr when the pugilistic to afather who is In The necessity for giving away a mil lion loaves of bread Is dreadful that a million loaves have been given away Is In the history of New York charities there Is not one which has achieved such an extraordinary The Bread Fund was started 20 at that time distributing dnpot being opened at 151 Allen Subsequently larger quarters were secured at 18 Delancey For sixtyfive days bread was and during that time loaves were of which loaves were given by Joseph There came a slight improve ment In tho and the fund was dis But the nffnirs of tho wageearners Brew From all over the city came stories of destitution fol lowing lack of The World made u careful It found that be tween and belong ing to the most popular were out of It found tnat thousands of persons were staring death In the children as well as men and It found that these were In danger of Htarvlnu before aid could reach It was plain that the necessity for tho Bread Fund had become ten times greater than It was It was decided to reopen THE WORLDS Announcement of this was printed In this announcement It was said Thf collecting nf rho subscriptions und llstrlbutlng of froo bread have been un dertaken only after a careful survey of champion and Kdille Foy cnmc In anil the whole field of metropolitan charities ordered a bottle of Handow gazed j at Ihe iuglllst from and tncn willscharityin the clty of New pprcil to hlw The latter cnmc In ami introducing KMld Sandow would like ymi to nndcMMtjind that lie IH In no way rpHptmsIblp for tho mudn in iniiny nowspapeiH that he claims to be nhli to defont any piiKiUflt by tntprl HIP rliiK find hrcakhirv the prlxotltfhte arniH or cruHhlnK in his Ifp known un and trustM you do not believe they emanated from Lorbott turned ami throwing 11 dontPinptuouM Klanre towards the strong said In quite a loud tone of voice Yon Hundow that not only do J believe the came from but I know It to bo a positive And alwo tell him that my oftor made hi The World to wager him that he dare not Htop into a rlnff with me and Htny one threeminute still hohlft he while you aro tollhiK him all jiiHt add that liln head will be a pood leal bluffer than it IH when I tfet through with thats My money Is ready now or at any The strong manH manager returner to hlH table with a withal The bystanders waited with breathleKS expectation to see what the Htrong man would flay strong to sucli They were destined to a great disap Sandow anil his manager went out and took the SHERMAN He May Not Take Active Fart in the Tar iff Fight and He liny Special lo Tho March Republi cans are likely to be deprived of the services of Senator Sherman In the itirill 1oor health prevent him r the and Imiiortunt purt that natur ully would be aslnneil Shermun at tended Ihe meeting of the Senate Klimmu Ioiinnitleu but remained only ushurt He wns eleurly in physical condi tion to tn und his rolleiiKiies on the us well us Ho thought he hud ncted imprudently in driving to the llu probably will lot be In the SenutQ again until when he hopes to be lo vote uguinst the ML never a robust has been shitf Hell ol late und IH now quite Ills vuiee is wcult und his munner Ho is under the care of a who advised of lust But tho Ihrcut of the Immediate passage of tlio Seign iorage bill through thcSenutc that day Induced y r NEW YOBKBBSAT Toe First Plan fcr Uliliziuy tbc Watcrrtll and Oreyr Out of The water power at Niagara Falls was utilized first by the construction of a canal about threequarters of a mile It began above the Falls and ter minated on the high banlf the gorge below the Mills were erected on the banks of this But Mils canal wai not 9t9cl9Qt Thu etlort taxed him and be ban spoilt the time since iu liU room at 11 would surprise nobody here If Sher man should decide to leavu the Henute and public life Several reports have xoho out since lust election to him the Intention of resign Ing his otticc und spending the rciuuinder of his days iu lie Ls MiKinley hus come between him und hunt of the and lilt generiil interest in bus appeared to Noth inu hut un attack on the money system of the country ever brings him to the front In debate The tariff binix a kindred It was expected that It would call him to leader but the buttle likely to bu fought cither ultuout or at bo4 ultb him in lha role pi W AVnrld beneves that the people who can do so will help this good work when once they understand Its It became convinced of this necessity only after careful As great resting upon the foun dation of the welfare of the It undertakes this ns a duty which it owes to the public It It makes Its further contribution of loaves as Its part and then acts as n It recognizes that its duty does not end with the mere It knows thnt the fact that It takes charge of the fund Is a guarantee to those who contribute that It will be used to the best advantage and that every penny will be converted into bread anil Und Its way into the mouths of the It Is the province and duty of a as it Is of an Indi to lessen suffering and to make the world better and The Pree Bread Fund IH based upon the principle that every woman and child In this city has a right to and when the necessities of denied It Is the youra and to help him all we The llread Fund relieves the most pressing necessity that It IH To all ye who are come and be Thnt Is the motto of the Bread It means without Jt has not thought of creed or It recognizes nothing save dire THEN THE BREAD Results have shown that the confi dence of The World was well It began the distribution of bread from 210 Houston From that time until bread has been fur nished to all who came and asked for There cami lo the depot those who were In sorest When the news spread that no longer must people die of ones flocked to the They were grayhaired men and tottering with and children hardly able to They came for for something to sus tain From day to day The World told the stories of some of these that its readers might know of specific Bach was Investigated visits being made to the These inves tigations showed more plainly than any thing else could the good the free bread There were many hundreds who were found to he depending upon the free it was the only nourish ment they There were so many who were helped that it would be useless to attempt to but there are some who will be Stories like that of Mary McCoy and Annie Lilly cannot soon bo forgot McCoy Is the widow who came for free bread for her children and the unfortunate young woman whom she took from the streets tier Annie Lilly Is dead but her last moments were made comfort able by those who read about her were glad to help And there Is Daniel who fought so hard to his family and said they all starved baa It not been for free Cfojffty   

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