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   New York World (Newspaper) - July 25, 1894, New York, New York                                V Weather IndlenUotwi THURSDAY IS THE WORLDS House 0 Home APABTMKNTS AtfD HOUSES IN TOMORiVOWS PAfBH WIJjJjBEHErEAtED THE KVEN1NO WORLD FUKK OP rOTTD U J J tf I Circulation Books Open to I Tyfatherlnaiciulotia THE WORLDS Circulation for the fiyt Exciting Chicago Strike Days Was MOMMY Circulation Books Open to PRICE TWO NEW JULY 1894 PRICE TWO 11 Skippers Believe Wellmans Ship Has Been Crushed by Ice and His Parlj Is in THIS YEARS FLOW Geologist Oyen Was Found HI and Short of Proviiions at Danas Island but Would Hot July Slawers has written a letter to the Standard announc ing that he Is In receipt of advices from Norway that leave little doubt that the Wellman arctic expedition Is The Pall Mall Gazette Is In receipt of similar advices from Experienced skippers Just returned from the Spitsbergen seas express the same and who accompanied Naress arctic ex pedition In shares this REMOTE CHANCE OF BEING SAVED These arctic skippers report that the of packIce and Its density this sum AM SATS BATH BEACH Gotsips Declare that George Helbonrn Berry Walls and Miss Street Are The gossips at Beath Beach are tel ing a thrilling story about a romant which they claim occurre on Monday between George Me of who Is a broth erlnlaw of Berry and Mis Kunlce The mar rings wag romantic because the brld and bridegroom were only thought to b summer lovers and because the cere mony was performed Melbourne is a smoothface young fellow about twentyfive year He Is of athletic build and ca dance and gossip and play lawn tennl and do all the other things that mah a man favorite of His fftthe Is an attache of the Pension Office 1 About a month ago h came to Bath Beach with his hi son George and several children to young to get They engage rooms at the Lowry House and settle down to enjoy the sea A week ag last Bern Wall and his wife who was a Miss Salome Melbourne be fore her clandestine marriage wit also came to the Just when and how young Melbourn formed the acquaintance of Miss Stree could not be learned last Thl young with her who Is a member of the chemical firm ot Sykes of this and mothe were guests of the Hollywood tha stands In a grove of trees Just aroum WALTER THE ARCTIC puld prove Irresistible to any ves the corner from the Lowry fwever believe that the Ragnvald Jarl been crushed In the and ex the belief that there Is a remote that the members of the Well plan expedition have been saved by man aging get upon an Ice In which case they believe that the explorers are In a most dangerous as they add that It Is most probable that the Kagnvald Jarl was crushed without When questioned In regard to the ef fectiveness of the aluminum boats In Biieh an emergency the arctic captains expressed the belief that they would be if no use in euch packice as was flowing this The gossips say that the young couple met for the first time on last Thurs but It Is reasonable to doubt Anyway they were not seen together previous to that but after that could easily find young Melbourne If he Jinew where Mfss Street The young lady Is described as exceedingly vivacious and Last Saturday evening there was a hop at the Lowry House and Miss Street was So was young Mel They strolled out for a walk In the pleasant light of the and It Is supposed that the troth was plighted1 On Sunday the Melbourne with the exception of left for On Monday morn Ing If the gossips speak the took a hasty Journey to Brooklyn preparing for his mar cvenlng for the purposeOf preparing rlage with On Monda again on the autho lay rlty of the the owner of the yacht started for Brooklyn with a horse hais received news of the distress oJ geologist of the who was left at Danes from an experienced walrus of the sloop who expressed Ills belief that the Ragnvold Jarl had been crushed by the He said he In tended to for the expedition as soon as the loe OYBN FOUND Flelden Instantly ordered the Salde it Danes and she reached that t the next Oyen was found In bed In an almost dying He given up all and It Is she herself harnessed up in the George sed up met her on the road and together too his up a able Upon a table in the Professors quar ters was found a letter containing bitter reproaches against whom he caused of having left him In the he promised thata man stay with him and share his rightful It at he last moment Wellman decided that a in could not be and so the ofesaor had to be content with the npany of bis faithful he Salde also reported that yen was so badly when he Ye found that his early death was a liter of In spite of his Tferiugs and the that death Ht3 hovering over the Professor re used to be taken off banes In sting upon remaining faithful to js even though death was the re Mlt continuing at his poetof Iretle The left a quantity of 1rovlsloiia with the and also resented him with some of Thlch he stood in great SPOTTS t July the said tpday pThe fact ihftt we was so much this year led to beforehe eft Norway pis et fwr ever Ragnva than ship h This byft swat many he Just befora he t came about the los pn arise fromjee faot other yppels have not Vljlqh foey wom ramwy to the Chicago say thers no far aodthe upon the lea some way they drove to Brooklyn and put up the rig at a In Living ston Then they were The horse and buggy were returned to Hollywood a telegram was sent tp the brides parents with Ihstrub tlons to please send and then a the Irst stage of which was to was Among tho guests at the Lowry Home who are enjoying this delightful story are a Dutch a French an exAmerican Consul several hundred plain vry fat who was tfedlzcened with sat In the office of the Hollywood last night and denied that Miss Street had been a guest of the but admitted that and stopped there and that they had their daughter with are not there NBQBOBS PfcOTTljP AH At Least Mississippi Whites Oite TWs Ken ton foTAttMktaig the July News reached here of a race war in Simpson The negroes are alleged to have held several Beorgt meetings re at which they entered Into a conspiracy to murder the white people MJA buSU their White secreted themselves at one of these and heard a negro woman declare That if the colored men jnuvder the white the negro women the white wom en ano exposure of the plot created great excitement amongthe who took in Jujy te pe the Dp struck the schooner Nellie Floyd off The broken Or Is He the Husband Tbat Died and Was Bnried Many Ago THE BDTLER GIRLS SAT HES FATHER Iliat Wai a Tear and He Got Ont of but Mow Games Who Says Hes the Han She Butler Is a wellpre served of Some eighteen years ago she was a comely matron with two young In her home In Her husband was a One bright morning at that time he bade his family goodby and started to go on a long A year later Butler received from the captain of the steamship her husband sailed on a cer tificate of his On the strength of this certificate Butler collected some Insurance money from a Masonic odgeof which her sailor spouse was a She put on widows weeds and Ived on the money she received from the Masonic Tears went her daughters grew up and decided to They came to he United States a year evening Thomas ot 58 Eighth an employee of the Jepartment of Public was walk ng along Seventh avenue when the two daughters of Butler suddenly seized ils arm and gasped Larkln hought the young women were joking at but they persisted In saying he was their Finally he had them In court the following day they were despite the autlon of the Police they left he courtroom remarking that Larkln KINETOQRAPHIC STUDIES OF THE UNBUTTONED was the father whom they had old had died at sea years been The two daughters apparently wrote o their mother In telling her f the Butler soon after came to the United States and has Ived since In Sixteenth near Seventh According to her story hehad been looking for the man her aughters believed to be their father for long but without Last Ight Larkln was seated on the stoop of his house smoking his A dc goodlooking woman assed him and stared at him very It was about 9 but the gas amps near made Larklns form eatures easily The oman passed and repassed where Lar was seated find accosted hlQL his she Finally she stopped Placing her hand on his she You surely are my XiorWti bleed As he Id so the woman said you are my the husband 1 thought aarl di n rl t arl dead and jitvjfrta queer Butler Introduced herself to arkln did not like It at ie hist experience of a year the two young women claimed him sis their and as he Is a mar fifty years he was not anxious for another woman to claim him as her whep he tried to reason with be more determined h an In her manner Several neighbors gathered and he old woman assured them that Larkln was the who years ago left her in At last Larkln called a who took the old woman to he West Twentieth Street Police Sto William Coffey questioned Butler and came to the belief that was honest In her but In her He asked her If she would promise not to annoy Larkln again If he discharged This Butler emphatically efused to so she was locked UD In he West Thirtieth Street where here Is a A of illsor erly conduct was mad against Her daughter could not be found lost CLAIMED A PA38INOBR AS A TransHarlem Widow Raises Row in a Cable A woman who said sho was Kate a of 621 Bast One lundred and Fortyfifth was ocked up In the Delancey Street Police Station last charged with dls irderly conduct Sho was arrested by ollceman while on a Third ave iue cable car above Grand When he conductor asked her for her he said she had no She would lot leave the car and screamed that she wanted to be The car was a policeman summoned and a sized blockade A little mallsi oldenhaired child about three years Id which she had with her was turned ver to the Childrens The who Is jpretty and a de Ided of the pas abpard the car as her The man she chose left the catin HOT OF 18 SHOOTS BQt OF oung Bedell Judged Ballet in little Joseph feints Joseph Pelnl ten years on a rtslt to his Jennie of f SOB Hast yes He playing with other chll ren when a twelveyearpid sajd o be who lives some here on Thirtyeighth between Irst avenue and Avenue entered He held to little Feints after foojr nga few pulled the The lad droppedto the ground with u Policeman qf the East fifth Street The He je nthr SHOT DOWN FOUR Two Desperate Minors in Alabama Fight Two Battles and Necessitate tto Calling Oat of Special to The July Two fights with striking miners occurred this afternoon near ten miles west of and resulted In the killing of two deputies sincl the wounding of a striker and two other one of them Two Hudson and his arc the men who wrought this They are surrounded somewhere In the woods on the mountain near and will be captured dead or although a third fight will probably be Deputy Sheriffs Charles Cole and James Smith went to the Hudsonihome this afternoon to arrest George BUidsoiv on a warrant charging him with nation in the Pratt Mine teii days a deputy and six were massacred by Hudson refused to be and Me and his father promptly drew their guns and fired on the They rfe turned the but the Hudsons weFo too Cole was shot in and an Instant later Smith was plerCfd in the dyingthreo hours The old man was wounded in the but he and his sou fled to the posse Immediately started frotrt Cqftl burg and a second from bslngUWlflwed by the troo Great Speech for Cleve land and Against Gorman and His AND EVERYBODY ASKS Another Conference of Dem ocratic Senators with No He maintains that If the Wiscon sin Senators action Is countenanced the whole bill may be taken apart piece and Incidentally the collar and cuff schedule may be So Senator Murphy remained Senator Irby 1eft the Capitol without giving any explanation of his failure to He Is generally disgruntled any spected In the same sense that other propriety should be MILLS CALLS FOR Tho discussion then took a more con ciliatory tone and Senator Mills made a strong plea for harmony and for the adjustment all the difficulties In the way of an agreement with the Senator Palmer pointed to the fact that desperate battle in the a Bay fatally wounded In the groin and James was aho In the thigh und Thenthe posse fell back and the Hudsons But Sheriff Morrows posse from Bir mingham soon followed by the They surrounded the place for a mile or and believe that they have the murderers penned Other troops are being hurried It IB rumored that a number of the friends of the Hud sons have joined The Hudsons have been known as reckless and des perate KNIPBR OOliMJOHIO Another Italian Stabbing Case That Hay Be a Francesco Antonio who stabbed killed Gulseppe in front ot 114 Mulberry street Monday was taken before Jus tice Ryan In the Tombs and held without He denied that he did the but he was Identified by half a dozen Bent of the Elizabeth Street placed Francesco In line with other but witness after witness said he was tho Dola Godclla was standing In front of his saloon at 101 Worth street yea terday when Gulseppe Cavaslo came along and stabbed him In the Cavaslo had repeatedly threatened to kill The wound Is The defendant was taken before Justice Ryan In the Tombs and was held In ballto await the action of the Grand street tones to ardto the The truck lofceofup Injured ajjl with blood streaming from ny a block ie Is In a dsngerpu No effort robe for toe hu 1 tempwaturfi irees he war token from mr RUSSELL SAGE GOES He Conducts a Bear Raid on a f 18 Suit of Clothes and After Bidding 1 He Declines to On the first floor of the building at Broadway and Rector where Rus sell Sage hat his Is a clothing The windows have been crowded since the firm moved In a few months ago with advertisements and price cards announcing extraordinary bargains There were readymade with trousers rigidly creased and coats that looked so fine as to be a source of tor ment who Is said to be worth and who spends KO a year on day as he went to hla wirecage office on the second floor he saw one marked U2 that particularly caught jils It was the Once he actually stopped to look more ulosely at the Yesterday morning after con siderable entered the I want to look at one of those suits In the he said to a The coveted J18 suit was brought How much asked the man wuo has more ready money than any one else in New was the was Informed that one price jn Then he raised the Ten and two The held firm at Ten four Still the market failed to Ill tell you what Jl then said Ill ten and six shillings and carry the suit upstairs Beelng that great In prices awl offer of free transportation of the joods produced no Sage remarked as he left the store I guess the warm weather wont last and Ill Along just as wel with this suit I have HTpe crew pf the bark WWrt lor New SlilTR REPEATS GORMANS Says It Must Be the Senate Bill as U Stands or Noth ing at THE OUTLOOK IS FOR A Another Conference Will Be Held Vilas to Consult Cleveland About the Sugar July in the tariff battle between the President and part of the Senate havo crowded upon each other thick and fust Chief among tho happenings have been the brilliant speech of Senator in sup port of the which he de livered to a crowded Senate this after noon a speech by Senator couched In moderate and conciliatory and a four hours conference of tho Democratic while It resulted In nothing has cleared away many obscure and made It tolerably certain that the Con ference Committee of the two houses will soon have the bill before them with a fair prospect of arriving lit an understanding as the basis for a report that will probably be agreed to by both Much of the bitterness aroused by Sen ator Gormans attack upon the Adminis tration yesterday was neutralized by Senator Hills manly speech but the Democratic leaders observe no abatement of the stubbornness which has characterized the light made by the con At an early hour It was de olded to take the family quarrel Into a secret and endeavor to ar rive at some sort of an With this purpose In Senator Gorman left his seat as soon as Senator had concluded hli speech and qul utly passed the word among hla col leagues that a conference would be held In the marble room of the Senate at 3 Senator Gorman was careful not to use the word He ex several Senators that no at tempt be made lo bind those who attended to any line of action that might agreed With this understand ing all the Democratic Senators except Murphy and Jrby were present when the conference Sena tor Hill was not Invited by Senator Gor tran until a few minutes before 3 nd nrst learned of the fact that there was to be a from newspaper s In reply to the Maryland tors Invitation Hill smilingly shook his said he feared his presence would not anoint In bringing about har STAYS PUT Senator Murphy WM Invited by Sena tor but himself de It u ujiderstopd hat the ju nior from to he action oj any conference except tljftt at which the Qorwanlstng 0 w feels HiLL MAKES MOTIONS WITH HIS HEAD AT and Is likely to prove a marplot from this time conference covered ail the Im portant points ot the The sugar schedule was the leading topic of dis was owing to a failure to secure a pledge from Senator Vllas that the meeting adjourned until oclock tomorrow without taking al though a motion to send the bill back to conference without Instructions was pending when the conference The proceedings throughout were murk eil by an absence of personalities or but towards the closu they were very warm and wore wisely ter minated by Senator Gormans motion to StJGARl SUGAR SUGAR Soon after the discussion began It was apparent that the main object of the conference was to Induce Senator Vllas to withdraw his motion to strike out the oneeighth differential duty on refined As soon as this fact was made clear Senator Vllas took the floor and defended hit position In a strong In which he attacked the trust and aaked whether there was any Demo cratic present who desired to be the champion of the great Senator promptly oocepted Vllaas and declared while he WEM not a defender of the Sugar he was willing to fight for the Within the past year or ha many re fineries had been built In his own and more than 76 per of the sugar output of Louisiana was above 16 Putch standard of and would receive the protection of the oneeighth differential provided In tha amended So from being willing to reduce the tariff as provided tho Senate Caffery was prepared to make a flgtit tosecure the addition of enough protection the planters the same at east for this as they would receive from the twocent bounty provided In the Mc Klnley Senator was follqwed by hla who staged emphatically pat no tariff bill could papa the Seuala unless the supar sched ule mode acceptable to the tana sugar Senator resented the threatening language weed by r Senator 4iid rsmindsd fhat he not In the but private conference oJ Senator Blancjiard re Hist he appreciated the situation went ta4 bwn that he had attended a at which an in up the sugar schedule had attracted much more attention than any other part of the arid Its Importance had un doubtedly been twaggeiated In the pub lic For this reason he thought a special effort ought to be made to mod ify tho schedule by striking out the differential and substituting an ad oretn rate as high as 42 or 45 per I The Louisiana Senators replied that they had not made a careful calcula tlon as to what such a change would but that they could not agree to accept any arrangement that would give the sugar planters less At this point Senator Harris was called upon to state whether Senator Vllass motion as made In the Senate was In The Tennessee Senator replied that the motion In the precise form as made was clearly out of but that It might be BO modified as to make It He added an Important which made a de cided impression upon all those declaring that the motion to postpone the bill indefinitely was out of order for the reason that the bill was not be fore the but was In conference j and subject only to the joint action of the two As long as the present Congress should he the report of the Senate conferrees would be the unflnlshe4 business before the Senator Jar vie took floor at this juncture and offered a resolution de claring It the sense of the conferwswil that the bill be sent back to tlje pon ferrees without This reso lution probably would have prevailed but for the reason that several of the conservatives declined to any action in the nature of an agreement until an assurance could be given that Senator Vllaae amendment would be Speaking to this ator the moat sensational deliverance of the whole SMITH MAB88 A I desire to notify all Senators pres he that U the Senate bill Is modified In the either by instructions to the Senate conlerrees or the conference com I against It and I know of four other Democratic Senators who will alaci vote SBaJnst Senator Smith went pn to that bill wan tha bea possible measure could be secured uudep the plreURf and the Senate U ta Jtt to Insist that RQ sbjjyjd Senator i House to He said he violated confidence In saying that the conferrees had agrted to many material modifica nearly all of which were conces sions to the Prominent among these was the woollen which had been completely readjusted In com pliance with the demands of the House As to the sugar Senator Jones said there was justice In that feature of the statement made by the champions of the Louisiana planters that the modification the bill by changing the date of Its going Into ef fect from 1 next to the time pro vided for the bill to go Into effect would work them a great for the rea son that the trust had already pur chased a years supply ot raw sugar and would not be affected by the tariff for many months to while the sugar planters would not only lose the bounty but would be entirely at the mercy of the trust lor a market for this years which probably would Have to be sacrificed at a very low Several other brief speeches were In the course of which some rather pointed Intimations were given Senator Vflas that it would be well for him to consult with the friends of AdmlnW tratlon and arrange to mv It was the general opinion that if this could be done the bill would be im mediately returned to and the conferrees tett to out an amiable fldjustmont of the which have onlyappeared to Increase as the result of the public discussion that has been going on since the conference report was on the motion of Senator who mode no re marks during the the meet ing adjourned until 3 oclqck tomorrow SPECULATIONS ABOUT COMRO It Is believed that Senator Vllas will consult with the President and probably decide to withdraw his motion with the understanding that the main body of Democratic Senators will unite In an effort to bring the conservatives Into an agreement on whatever compromise may be determined upon by the The speculation about a compromise embraces all sorts of reports and propo It Is suggested In one quarter that a good way out would be for the House to yield the question ot a duty on coal and Iron ore and unite with Senate on a modified sugar and thus permit the bill to go in order to set itself right before the country and sustain the Presidents the under a suspension of the could In a day pass a bill putting coal and Iron ore on the free list and send the bill to the and let the Senate take the responsibility of acting on the rfieasure or of refusing to Trie Senate would of course refuse to and In that way the record of the two houses as to these two articles would be mode The House would have shown Its desire for free coal and free Iron and the Senate Its de termination not to permit the duty on these articles to be WOULD LOOK LIKE A BUNCO The criticism of this proposition that it partakes too plainly ot a bunco game that after consenting to the taxi Ing of coal and Iron ore In the general tariff bill the House could not hope tp excuse that action by turning around arid passing a bill putting these articles on the free and especially with the knowledge before it that the bill had not a chance of approval by the But the supKestton in seriously discussed In Congressional and if it serves no other t shows how anxious the managers are for a tariff bill pf spmt on some and bow far of them are willing to go In an effort aecure HILL WINS OBBAT The remarkable role that Senator essayed today as the defender Kilt President Is likely to be pruhfw of farreaching results than even York Senator aimed Senator 9W man in his arraignment of the A4nlRfe tratlon yesterday prpphests4 man wouW attempt ent Senate bill cloaked in the desire tn keep before the people that power Although thla was it premises Q Senator Hill both an His gardeS by the pear dent UMlW gewte aj afloat Jjja   

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