Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

New York World: Thursday, February 14, 1895 - Page 1

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   New York World (Newspaper) - February 14, 1895, New York, New York                                Circulation Books Open to HALF A MILLION PER Circulation Books Open to Vow Hundred for Help in Wednesdays Wefldi THE PRICE TWO NEW FEBRtAHY PRICE TWO Tftat Contract Appears to Hal Been Dictated by the OPTION ON ALL ISSUES UP TO May Ghoosd Their Own Time to 1 Dollar OneBall if tbe Total Amount of A tolD BOjSD BE SUBSTITUTED iK It Ii Prtaioted that the Resolution Author ising It Will Be Defeated in the r Special to The terms of the bond between the Admin istration and Morgan and Bel mont public From it appears that the President In his message omitted some Important of the For I there was no reference to the period which bankers will be al I lowed or required to deliver nor to foot that the syndicate Is given an of any bonds that may be Issued before THE Following Is the texl yf the contract This entered Into this 8th day of between the Sec Ifetary of the of the United of the first August Belmont of New of Rothschild of and and Morgan on behalf of Morgan 6f and par ties Of the second wltnesseth It is provided by the Revived 4 WStatUtest of tiie United States section that the Secretary of the Treas coin any of r the notes of the Unltedi States 1 JM authorized bV law at such rates upjjh such as he may deem most advantageous to public Interest and the decretory of the Treasury now deems that on emergency exists in the publicInterests e6in sfhalf be purchased with thebonds ofthe United jKJjJes the description hereinafter authorized to be issued un derv the act efltltled An act to provide resumption of specie pay s approved being I bonds of the United States describedtV act of Congress approved entitled An act to authorize the 1 refunding of the national the said parties ofthe Second part hereby agree to sell and deliver to the United States three mill ion five hundred thousand ounces of standard gold coin of the at the rate of per payable In United States 4 per thirty coupon or registered said bpqds to be dated and pay able at pleasure of the United after thirty years from Issued under the acts of Congress of July 1870 and i bearing Interest at the rate of 4 per per payable purchase and dale of gold coin being made on the following con Jflltiions At least opehalf of all coin de liverable hereunder shall be obtained Inand shipped from but the shipments shall not be required to ex ceed three hundred thousand ounces jer unless the parties of the shall consent i r deliveries shall be made at any SubTreasuries or at any other depository of the United gold coins delivered shall be j1 Ifeoured on the basis oftwentyfive and grainsof standard gold per if within limit of Bonds delivered under tbjs contract pjre to be 4eivered free of accrued in wWch to be assumed and tfle parties of the second part time of their delivery to the Secretary of the to offer or sell any of I Of the United States on or be he shall to the parties of the hereafter he shall be such obligation to the pf the Treasury within ten he FINDING FROZEN Several Hen and Women Bnwmmbed to the Bitter Bold Wat Recently Pre vailedwHufflerons Lewis Degrbat who lived alone on a lonely road was today found frozen Brun of Charles waa found standing In a fence corner on public roadside last Sunday night frozen Two men were found dead Monday on the railroad track between Oxford and Robert of reports that there is a flock of at least fifty wild geese frozen to death near the1 mouth of Eastern Is the coldest weather Texas has experi enced in many The snow Is now over two Inches deep and Is still JOast night the mother of a family camp ing In tents on the outskirts of the city died through continual SQUEEZES HERBABB TO An Insane Mother Imagines a kenWants Her Speelal to The Michael of squeezed her eightweeksold girl baby to death last night while In an Insane Mrs Wasel was badly frightened Saturday by a and she has been acting strangely ever At 1 she woke her husband and screamed in his ears that a big man with long hair was In the room trying to kill the She clutched the child to her breast and ran around the room to escape from her Imaginary Wasel tried to control but she was too strong for He called his and the two men had to struggle to hold her and loosen the child from her When released It was There were marks on Its neck and cheek which had evidently been caused by the mothers teeth and Coroner Uhl of will recommend that Waselbe sent to an GEORGE PULLMAN fudge Grownup Diimlues the Contempt Bole Against contempt against Pullman In the Debs case waa dismissed by Federal Judge Qroascup Pullman ex plained that he was Just recovering from an attack of the and previously for a vacation In order to obtain needed went Bast last After his arHvol in NewYork he learned that an attempt was touwnetrue Ms departure as a dlsre spect to the and sent word notifying the Court of his Intended Im mediate The return was py entirely stopped travel the Pull nwueame back by the first train that New York with a prospect of getting ANXIOUS TO PAT INCOME TAX Wealthy Jonriiti in Florida Beiiege the Revenue Collector Special to The Collector of Internal Rev enue for has had a great many calls from wealthy tourists from the large cities of thecountry during the past two All were desirous of paying the Income tax here If There were nearly a hundred such call ers has been obliged to Issue a give all necessary Information and to furnish the requisite blanks for making returns of but lie declines to accept for from nonresidents of his STOLE A STAMP Wood Ww at a Jfhilatelisto Meeting When a Thief Did the Special to Tho Coun cilman a wellknown stamp was robbed of a collection of domestic and foreign stomps last night by Wood attended a meeting of the Phil atelic Society last During his ab sence an unknown man called his house and secured stamp representing that Wood wanted It sent to the stamp collectors The collection one of the best In Rhode SCHOONER BOLBERG Charged that She Delivered to Hawaiian SAN schooner on arrival at this port today was seized by Collectpr Fisher on a charge of having arms to the revolu tionists at the BeM fw to Tho port Fire Department were wosfc Blue Qrasji township onn heme with tfts M the In the yard the Sinner the Nil wag aB three muM4ftwn a numb wol on the way with their pig farm Find Richest Places in tbe Gift of Mayor Strong Go to AntiMachine BaOOKPIELD FOR PUBLIC Collls o Assist Him Francis Scott Named for Corpora tioir LOTS OF PATRONAGE WITH EACH James Juilllard and George Haven Choaen an Park romtnlsatonor of Public innt Broakfleldt strulght Itepnbllconi Corporation Scott Stnte Demoorucyt anlary ivlfliout Jamei RaoisOTcItt Dctnocrnt Jiillllaril Republican George Havcni PREDICTED BY THE These are tbe appointments made by Mayor Strong The first which are the most Important within the gift of the Mayor In the point of salary and political were pre dicted exclusively by The World last and consequently were not sur They give satisfaction to every one except Platt and his Platt Is He did not ask for the places for any of hench He only asked that William Brookfleld be not appointed Commis sioner of Public Works and that Scott be not appointed Corporation For the latter Platt had no personal and only wanted the place for a Republican whom he could But William Brookfleld He is the man who dared to differ from the Tloga Brookfleld is the man who dared In the fight when Platt ordered him and Platt and all the creeping things at liU bidding determined that Brookfleld must be down TOR THE Brookfleld was beaten for Chatrr man of the Republican County tee by Platts Committee of Bone Van Patterson and who promised most of the places within the gift of the Mayor to the men who should break their pledges or their Instructions vote for Lau Now BrookfleM Is Commlslsoner of Public more valuable patronage at Ms disposal than Platt can command through the the Legislature and his man State Superintendent of Public Broolcfleld was decided upon by the Mayor upward of ten days ago but he did not wish to He Is a glass manufacturer and dealer and pre ferred to look after his own and not until Saturday as already told In The did he decide to ac Samuel Cornelius Anson Cruger and many others of hla friends urged him to take the They told him that they had supported him loy In his flght and that it would not be fair to them for him to decline the Consequently he ac MEANS WAR ON That acceptance means war with the Platt machine on the part of the Re publican end of the city It means that the Union League gentle men this year ere playing politics for the whole twelve months and that ob jective point U the turning down of exgenaor Thomas Brookfleld was called to the Mayors office by telephone at 11 oclock yester day by the He was taken Into the Mayors private where he took the oath of Not a Platt man was bovine who has Inflicted himself upon the Mayor so persistently for the past ten days that Mayor has had to almost run the chances of a charge of rudeness In get ting rid of was The hope ful the smiling the selfyoinplaoent the hunarry Van Goto all None of the leaders wop on hand but of We No one notice o but big the colored and all that Pan aaW to him wagi Please take off your Qeorge took off the f BY after 10 ooloplf BroohfleHa printed himself In the Comptrollers pjHoe his Cornelius SlrH and Samuel Who aogflmpftnle4 iy little later tp succeed at the offlfif Wprkg THE COMPLIMENTS OK THE MAYOR STRING PRESENTS BOSS PLATT WITH A STRIKING Yanderbilh Daughter Con suelo Soon to Go Abroad vith THEYLL WAIT FOR FAIRER WEATHER An Alliance with an English Nobleman of the Highest Bank Said to Have Been Arranged and Vanderbilt Also to Sail William and her Miss Consuelo are going abroad at will sal either Saturday or They were to have gone on the Teutonic yes1 but plans were altered at tlio last moment because recent Thefinest suit of rooms In the Hotel In Paris been secured for them frpuri Saturday i vi se xthat there Is no question that all arr rangements Have been completed for the betrothal of Miss Consuelo Vander bilt with a young English nobleman Of highest rank and grandest establish and that this will be annbunced very shortly after Vanderbilt and her daughter reach the other William Vandeibllt Is Indi rectly connected with the Yznoga fam the tie being that the first husband of her was Fernando who Is a brother of the Duchess of who was Consuelo Another of Yznagas sisters Is Charles Louis Republic Lady Lister who was over here for a portion of the late summer for the first time fora number of Sir John Lister Kaye was here also for a very brief and has recently repeated ihls Whether or not this has any bearing on Uhe question Is not definitely The chatter Is that beneath all this worldly wisdom lies a love tale of shattered A young bearing an old family first prefixed with a prominent Boston family has been all devotion to Miss Consuelo and she apparently was most happy In his This joyousness must now be relegated to tine saddest of all might have Though the rela tions of and Vanderbilt are and It a matter of conjecture how much Vanderbllts allowance will Miss Consuelo as the only will eventually fall heir to a She Is the favorite cWld of and the two are quite Mies Vanderbilt bos mode a great many friends during this tier first season She Is very unaffected and rather with slight figure and dark eyes and and Cornelius Vanderbilt are aleo to sail Saturday for Eu They hod projected a series of splendid entertainments that would have extended over the In terlm prior to but owing to the sudden death from pneumonia of Miss Margaret they toave teen compelled to recall all Invitations extended and de fer indefinitely those Their on foreign shores will be of brief as the present Intention Is tq return In about six WIU SaU pn te Sampel pf the steam yajht 18 ftwalttw galling from 3enedlot in going to cruise in tSe West President n tj Will probably be gijest pjf as fer as yesterday hat hftd no the to Benedict o South but nreyente4 bltn froja 9f few iSSOCIATED PRESS ANHDAL MEETING Plato for Improved Eervioo Agreed Upon sad Officers Electod for the Coming The second an nual meeting of the Associated Press was held at the Auditorium President Victor Lawson was In tho and the attendance was very The reports of the Board of Di rectors and i of the General Manager showed that the receipts for 1894 amounted to more than sufficient to cover the Resolutions were adopted providing that the territory of the Associated should be divided into four grand The members in each divis ion will elect annually a committee of flve members who will act as an Ad visory and recommend from time to time to the Board of Directors such Improvements in news service in their seems The following Advisory Committee was ap pplnted fiiitBrn Oil Clljr Der rick Syracuse HerHil Sprlngneld Union Fouler Now Yoijt Commercial Advertiser James i 8t Loull Globe Cincinnati Hurry Uniilananolls Journal George Paul Dispatch R6M Omaha Western Denver Re publlqan James Seattle Post Intelli gencer Hligh San Francisco Post Sacramento Record Port land Southern Frank Washing ton Star Chattanooga Times NaflhylHe Banner Page New Orleans TimesDemocrat Atlanta The following were unanimously re elected directors Victor Chicago Becord and Dally News de San Francisco Chron icle Thomas New Orleans The lastnamed was substi tuted for of the Buffalo declined a NATURAL GAS WRECKS AND Frozen Main Burata and Blowa Up the Home of George Special to The ex plosion of natural caused by a leak In the highpressure which had been burst by the prolonged cold today wrecked the store and residence of George killing him and srlously Injuring his his son and a THE OKOROH THE OEOItOE ate dxtwn badly lerfoiuly braised an4 a servant wry bruised and burned At the time of the explosion the fam ily was at the breakfast and workmen were busy outside repairing the leaking BX8BNATOR JIULLBN He Sent to BJoomingdaie on an Order of judge MoAdam Judge in the Superior yesterday signed an order committing exSenator John of 219 Bast Thirtyninth to Blooming dale The application was made by upon the certificates of Abbott Hodgeman and Allen The eKSenfttor had been an appraiser In the Surrogates Court for many la years The clans say that he is violent and not fit to be at vn POPE Take the OreaHnt Cars of Mlf IH4 Wt 9 Bold Ljnj Pppea health has been slightly affected by the damp and ohoflgeablq weaker tfcftt has latajy not confined to bed por prevented frpm attending but his doctor bag him te the greatest 9 hJmjeU and not 9 hojd Explosion Hardware Store Rends tbe Bulldiog from Top to 3 2 MISSING AND 10 The Destruction of Life Occasioned by tho Wrecking of the Loss About POUK SAVED BY A A Newark Man Lowered His Children and Then Escaped Charles of waa awakened at 2 yesterday by ttie choking smoke In his room on the third floor of his His cries aroused the tenants on tho lower floors and they all He had to break the door down to get Into the room where Ihls Children were He found a which ihe made Into a and adjusted this about the shoulders of tols threeyearold baby and let her down to the where she was untied ttie and were lowered in the same The father then fastened the rope to a lounge that waa already burning and slid down to twenty Fire broke out about 8 oclock In the base ment of tho threestory wooden build 53 and 65 Monroe oc cupied by Henry hard and spread to adjoining entailing a total loss of Three men were two are sup posed to be burled In the and ten were dead four aged twenty chemical aged The missing a auppoeed to have been In the building when the ure broke out Tho Injured ALLEY driver o ateamer Injured about the head by falling Injured engineer of atoamer Internal hone back in hone dlllocated ahoul tevore In ternal hoBe broken hose Injuries to An Inspector was also Injured by fall Ing but not The blaze started near the paint and promised to do but alight damage for the flrst half When the fire had been burning half an hour there was a tetrlttc which seemed to split the building from bottom to The upper atorles and the long on which were several fire slipped and fell Into the and the men were liuKed to the pave ment Then the building a moss of and with fresh energy the flames began to The next 68 Monoro was occupied by Peter wholesale and retail boot and shoe This was wholly and the fury of the flames was Assistance was then summoned from Salem and The flames swept on to the threeand ahalf story wooden building occupied by dealer In new and secondhand and Par sons This building was also totally Meanwhile assltanoe hurt from the two cities from which It hail been and the combined flreflght Ing forces were concentrated on the building 07 occupied by Jesse picture frames and into which the tire had by that time Tons of water were poured upon the and they were finally checked at this after having raged for three The principal losses are as follows Henry oq on building Insured or Peter boots and on stock Insured or The was owned by tliu Clark Imurod or H ISM on i Uulldlng by TDonws Kelley JHJHB1H I HI Cowooiftti gejkt to T ths today he contest pf a arid white and a was taken by ft anij BKOOKLTN STRIKE Humor That the Grand Jury of Kings County Has Indicted Norton and It was last night the the Grand of Kings County had found a true bill against President Norton and of the Atlantic Avenue Railroad Company for violation bf the State Among the nrinora was one that the strike on the beejn de clared and Master ilm Ttie Rich Mans Son Mflst An swer for Poor Mamie Sbannons JURY NAMED HIM AS IN Only Physicians Served at tbe Cor oners and They Cen sured KAKSCH HAS BAFFLED Great Grief of the Dead Girls Mother and Eiiter H They Retold the Stoij of Her Fatal A Coroners composed of yesterday found that Mamie Shannon died from They Frieda of East Seventyeighth in house Mamie with the rMpoqelbll Ity for her Christian her and Gilbert who1 was amlea were found to be accessories to her both before and after Richard of 246 East Fiftythird who claims he was simply called In to prescribe for Mamie In her was the jury with negligence to notify the authorities of the young womans critical He and Christian Karsch were both held ball to answer to the Grand Warr rants are out for who flea when the body of the young woman was and for Gilbert whb was discharged In the police court for lack of The police have them in custody this EVIDENCE AGAINST There is evidence now in the possess slon of the DistrictAttorney to connect Wedd with the and there is no reason to believe that the wealthy voung man It is under promise of led a helpless girl to ruin and then to will receive punishment which a brokenheartta mother five aorrbvylne Slsterr demajidrShall him PRBTTV HAniB OF A POOR WHO WA8LUBBD FROM flOMB 3 Connelly had so denied the The twentytwo local assemblies held a joint meeting and the temper of the men makes it probable that they will Individually apply for A hearing was given yesterday afternoon by AttorneyGen eral Hancock at Albany on the tenhour Both the employees and the trolley comptuiles were represented by The AttorneyGeneral said he woucl announce his decision TO BAVB TBB Hew Jerseyi lesiiUture fmn pUl for New Jersey Legislature passed what la popularly as the Pallsacle protection bill It provides Reparlan Commissioners shftll not any adjacent or In front of the Hnleaa thfe spall bs provlsionR restricting thetr of apnounoei he vote for the bill became lla aentlment but that U WQUJ4 banjQt New Trap Company of JTerWJf Y9te pf the bill pafM4 gensra Shannon was one of who Dyed with the mother humble frame at J788 ghe was unusually pretty and very graceful in her roanne She was tall and well formed and J wavy block hair was straight back from her expoilQgto vantage a face that was almost blawlq In the regularity ot Its Two years when was she was employed In a dry goods An elder then twenty years of was In a All the other children younger than amje an4 al9H4e4 goheoKlrr Into the drygoods store one day Qllbert He was time before had been to a friend to Introduce om to gir with the black and   

From 1607 To The Present

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

Growing Every Second

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

Genealogy Made Simple

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

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

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

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

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

What our Customers Say:

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

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

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

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

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

Browse by Date

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

Browse by Location

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

Browse by Publication