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   New York World (Newspaper) - February 18, 1895, New York, New York                                V C Over Half a Million Day THE WORLD ADVERTISEMENTS ARE CERTAIN C TMK WUtMl MMMUMi Over Half a Per WEEKDAY Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to WATCH THE J THE WORLD IS THE GREAtEST I LABOR EXCHANGE PRICE TWO NEW FEBRUARY PRICE TWO I The Governments Option in that Bond Contract Ex pires IT MEANS GIVEN That Amonnt Would Haro Been Saved by the substitution of the Word POOR PARTY OF THE SECOND Xhe Syndicate Knows Ton Will Redeem in Gold last as Barley as If It Was So I The expiration today of the option period during which it would have been possible for Congress to have substi tuted the 3 per for the 4 per at a saving of over leaves the field clear for tho syndicate to rush In their secure their bargain and begin preparations for the onesided fight in which the Government is nominally taking a The bond which has now been out lawed by time was a stated gold the bond which now goes upon the fund ed debt of the cvntry is an actual gold The history of the various bond a consideration of the currency facts as they existed at the time of the passage of the act under which this SelmontCleveland bargain was and the precedents Which have been established and recognized by every Secretary of all make this last Issue a gold bond In fact If not in The financial world so recognizes and the syndicate so impresses It upon Its subordinate selling agencies and Had there been the least cloud of doubt on the any thing looking to the substitution of a BOcent cartwheel silver dollar for the gold coin of present weight and the terms of sale would have been tlrely dlff 4 kjt Mine purchasing to send the bonds rushing In of by pur chases from the very day of the con tract signing was based upon the pur chase by them of a 3 per There was never idea that a 3 per bond would come and that side Issue was created to call off I the public attention from the brazen fact that the United States has been cajoled into payingan outrageous Interest rate by a clever set of The Interest charges are calculated from the day the gold gets into pps session of the and that possession Is stretched to mean either the deposit of the coin In a SubTreas the deposit of bullion in the Assay pfflce or Che transfer of gold in selected national from thebank account to that of the Government on the orders of the bondbuylrig customers of the The syndicate did not wait for Con gfess to deliberate over the scant ten days but began to secure in terest for every of the entire thirty The melon was so luolous and so ijutoy thai the syndicate did hot stay to Pie decently waited but started to jfgrab frbm the word The whole contract Is full of loopholes lot cne sprt or and not one of f them favors the unfortunate party of the first the United States Gov There Is rtp jliow much of a prlvftte understanding goes with the Iitiiough not of would be Interesting Ito know just why that compulsion waa placed upon the United States Govern ent to proffer each of Iti bond lisues Rtp syndicate up to Is there to be anqther bond call so soon What does the syndicate and the Government P know on this poolnt What was said H during the many tails ot aa the mouthpiece of tha Gov TBiamt here in New and pf F Belmont and talking s defect to the Government at Washing s There would be some Interesting financial Information In and so far it Is all the prop fifty Pf the Itsplf until Aug8 to pay I all and H Wkes another pf Hpto ftt oombioatlpn in pptlcn tB all tte then worldly matters on a The op tion had already practically and they spoke with unction of the literal gift of over which a generous and opulent Government was making to The World had shown the Idiocy and Iniquity of the but neverthe less It had gone WOULD INDICT CHADNCEY Central labor Federation Also Roundly De noances the Warinj and the School The Central Labor Federation at Its meeting In East Fourth street yesterday ndopted resolutions demanding from Dis trictAttorney Fellows the Indictment of Chauncey President of the New Central and Hudson River for declaring that the and especially Its Is responsible for the death of Brakeman who was killed a few days ago while coupling a locomo tive In the Melrose at One Hun dred and Fiftyfirst street and Fourth The Interstate Commerce Com mission will be asked for a list of all railroad accidents and the nature of their Resolutions were also adopted declaring that worklngmen have gained little by the recent reform victory at the polls that the Tammany Hall gang of bloodsuckers was ousted to moke way for the reform gang of Amid great cheering resolutions were adopted denouncing the Board of Educa tion as a crowd of and scoring Street Cleaning Commissioner Waring for calling labor leaders A committee of seven was appointed to suggest a plan where by the children who have been crowded out of the public schools may be provided A notice Is to be Issued to all tailor unions requesting them not to admit King of the to any of their HeCnts His Wields a Hatchet and Emulates Jack STORY BY STORY UP AN On Each Floor He Destroys Breakables and Escapes Through the Skylight CAUGHT ON THE ROOF BY TO TRY ELECTRICITY FOR The Consolidated Railroad System About to Test and Do Away with Special to Th days ago it was officially announced that the Nantasket branch of the Old Colony division of the Consolidated system would be equipped with elec tricity and the passenger coaches run ning over It be propelled entirely by electrical Hi Pres ident of the Bridgeport Traction Com has been secured by the Consoli dated tb take charge of the workat The Bridgeport Traction Company op oroiesfortytwo jnHes railway ls seven miles anoYis railroad rles go could not afford to pay a man like Presklertt Heft his as head of thetraction company The considerationof this cir cumstance to inquiry which re aulted In the statement from an official of the road that the Consolidated in tends of the largest elecrlcal system The electrical equipment of the Nan tasket branch is merely to test appara tus which In the judgment of railroad officials Is suitable for the purposes of railroad It Is the beginning of the ultimate electrical equipment of the entire WA8MAN SAVED Waiman Wai Dragged by the Hun ftway and Badly Special to Tho ATLANTIC Waaman and his wife started today for a drive across the As they were crossing the turnpike bridge the horse and the hub of the carriage catching an Iron slid upward and upset the Wasman was thrown through the bridge supports straight out towards the As she fell she threw an arm around a and this prevented her from being swept away and Her nose was broken and her arm Wasmans right arm became en tangled in the and he was dragged the length of the When the horse was stopped it was found that Wasroan had a broken collarbone and 6 dislocated besides being prese e was removed to hid home a wild NIBLAQKS ASSAILANTS Hwmm from a Mob by tho Ian Woo ihot BxQongTHimsni to Tke men shot Wday night while attempting to rob his store at were captured at daylight near Lawrence They were taken pack to Wheatlind and to the bodslaa pf yet liv and may Nlbjack Identlned names Joe and Nick live near were m upi WWUft flWwy Djrw JQ Tiw WwWf r WUJlam frey yeari famous 04 ef the Unlike the Rne Morgue Hit Escapade Will Cost No lives but Hit Which Is Every woman In the big tenement 1712 Second avenue was afraid of Otto except the pretty wife of the man with whom he They all thought him She knew him to and felt She and her had known him four He and his brother Adolph had been in business as ouse painters for and Pahuke had been In their They failed Otto accused his brother of robbing him there was a and his mind became Pallnke offered him a home and in troduced him to his young She was ait home alone at 6 yesterday when Otto came In looking wild and He glanced nervously around and sat down at the She got hlma cup of coffee and some rolls and left A sound of gurgling and choking brought her from her duties a few mo Otto sat with his hands on his blood pouring In torrents from a slash In his throat that extended from ear to Otto Good God What have you done she The young man regarded her a mo ment then sprang from his seat and seized a hatchet that lay near the The young woman shrieked for help and darted Into the slamming the door behind The latch Through the halls she ran alarming the house with her The manman could be de that lay at Windows were vbrbken and furhliure the blows hatchet rained on the thin panels of the door and they broke and splintered beneath the fusll There all was The tenants won but Charles who lived on the top from a light ehaft window discovered the He had climbed Into the shaft after de molishing the windows and was climb ing upward as only a a sailor or a monkey The blood was pouring from the wound in his but with a marvelous dexterity he made his way up between the side walls of the bracing his feet on either aide and grasping the window casings with his leaving stains everywhere they The woman and was on the point of running to the street below when the man arrived at the window of the apartments beneath oouppled by John a young and his bride of three Velth ran Into the halls and In formed her neighbors of the mans She had already seen the He ran to the alrshaftwin dow and saw Bladys form disappearing Into a room used as a A moment later he heard the Icechest overturned and the sound of breaking A washbowl and pitcher came through the window and fell crashing to the He caught his wife fainting form and yelled for the police through the parlor Blady wanted He wanted and presently Velth and a attracted back to the window by an overpowering him emerge from the bridegrooms apart ments and start again towards the He was approaching and they shrink Get or well hit shouted But her courage and a moment later Bledy had broken the window open and was breaking up things In Tier Then he could find no exit and started up the shaft to the He splintered the thick class of the bent the gal vanlWS jron frames and Hellly and of the Bast Highly Street had been Several hundred people bad in frflnt of Bhe big ement WfoeiJ on the He ranajpng shak ing the blood from a horrible The and found on tDe root and Customs Officers Detain Part ofIts Doors and Mantels MADE IN FRANCE OF ROYAL Dndemlnation by illart I Who Were the Con 1 THE CONSIGNMENT HAT BE OoTernment Authorities Have Before Had Trouble with the Whoie Stock Was Once During his last tour through Europe John Jacob Astor visited anolent palaces at Versailles in Ho spent much time in inspecting the time honored homes bf the French and was particularly Interested in the magnificent but comparatively small palace the Petit He devoted much of his time examin ing the interior of this wonderfulstruc and declared that when he built R homo it would be as far an Its interior was concerned at after the Petit That was years long before the plans of the palatial residence now building on the northeast1 corner of Fifth and Sixtyfifth street were his return to this Astorcalled upon his and discussed plans for the erection of a city that would vie In richness and splendor Van derbllt mansions on Fifth and even excel Astor gave him Men were sent to Europe to procure drawings of the interior of the Petit Trianon It was with difficulty that they were as the guard lans of the ancient palace were jealous of the wonderful the rich walnscotlngs and delicate cornice which adorned the archi tect also made a voyage to France tb visit the that he might be the to reproduce It faith v wire drawn and fneasurements orders were placed with decorators and woodworkers in who ordered to reproduce tho interior with ihe same photographs and Interior decorators In Now York and elsewhere onthis side of the At lantic might have done equally as but they were The packed In fiftyone strapped with Iron arrived ten days ago on the Touralne from Havre on her last voyage to this Bach case bore this Inscription in black letters ALLARD AND New York The dealers In antique furniture and articles of paint ings and other objects of has a place of business at 437 Fifth ave but the headquarters are In where most of the orders of its cus tomers are The branch on Fifth avenue U the American and the house Itself Is represented here by a The members of the firm are rarely seen on this side of the It was with this house that Astor placed the order for the Interior deco rations of his In recent years several consignments shipped to them have been and when the cases containing the reproductions arrived the other day the customs actuated the past history of the pounced upon the lot as soon as It landed on the French line and it for A representative of Aliard Sons sought to bave the consignment de livered to him In bond and let the ap praisement but Chief of che Appraisers and his WUltem decided that the Interests of Uncle Sam would be better servedby making a rigid ex and the entire lot oarted to the general Bunn and his deputy made an axamina tlon of sixteen They found In one a magnificent oak rlsh In carving and Invoiced for could not be reproduced for many times that In the other cases were oaken cornices and whole complete eyen to the metal fixtures and fastenings of Which In design dad been Qne case contained several already set and having at tached the metal necessary fat their nanf There Hundreds of feet of magnificently camnj pgtlnf In Ptber and pne opntalnod section of flopring of which from library flaar of the famous at Jn 10190 nwrcfcafldlM of certain catef fity per cent A BfflpMleiiit panel pot tto Atlantic f ftf SAMS PLACE IN THE NATIONAL cant sing with you dont register high the same Intended for the Astor shipment has not yet been It consists of thirtytwo cases In addition to is supposed to contain furniture patterned after that In the French The first consignment was valued by Aliard at or about It was Aliard Sf In were accused of smuggling on a gigantic scale when It was shown that a valuable por trait of one of the Vanderbllts was brought In by concealed In the bock of a and a portrait by Rembrandt for Twombley was brought In between the panels of a In July last a number of cases con falnlng valuable household in cluding rich stained glass and ornamental most ofwhleh was Intended for the new residence of Elbridge were seized for When the Gerry disclosures were made the firms entire stock was seized and who was once chief of the appraisers Is the legal representative of the SHARPENED A KNIFB IN TED Gates Manipulstei a Carver to Bhow that Frlotiott of of Grace Jersey City treated his congregation to a novel sight yes terday Undoing a package he produced a bright new Whose glistening steel flashed in the He then brought out a Telling his hearers that steel sharpens he proceeded to manipulate the as an Illustration of his remarks to the effect that contact of mind with mindand man with man brought them to a keener edge and rallied their better The especially the watched the knife and steel sharply as the preacher brought them together with a ring that showed that their steel was of the best BILLY GIRLS EUN Bent on Going on Children Two Leave Their Homes in SpecUl to Tha Winnie twelve i years and Mamie fourteen disappeared from their homes lafrt The former Is a and the latter a It Is said that both attended a comic opera a short time and became stage One of the girls said Winnie had told her that Mamie and she were going to run away to New York some day and get a position as chorus girls with Delia Fox and her comic The Little or perhaps with the The girls when last seen were dressed In checkered and had on checkered capes and sailor Their hair was LOST HIS WATOH AT Can it be There Wat A TUtf at the Sheriff Jury Dinner 1 of 35 Wall lost a gold watch and fob with locket at the Sheriffs jury dinner at Delmonlcos last Thursday At when he was at some one asked him the He took put hie watch noting the returned It to hte he When he got home the watch was As he buttonedhls overcoat tightly be fore leaving he thinks his pocket could not have been picked on the He will ask no questions If ths finder of the watch will return and he will rive Miss Madge Yorke Murdered by Com edian to Whom She DISPUTE ABOUT AN Eicnpe of the Murderer Down a FireEscape the Girls Boom Unannounced and Soon Shot Jf AK8 itentt Pf Anwti of polioe B action qf the and pwt in at th city ft Bpoclul to TJio Madge a soprano singer in the Baggage Check died last night from the effects of three pistolshot wounds inflicted by Richard of William Colliers Back Number to whom she was engaged married in tho up to a i The Check open tat the Empire Theatro tqmpi row arrived here early this morn Ing from and a number of the members registered at Zeleses Miss Miss Llda Clark taking a thirdstory buck It Is said that MlDS whose homo IS In New York took the train for Jersey where Colliers1 Company Is to play this She returned to the hotel about 0 oclock this About0 oclock Gentry called at Delt rlcks Uieatrical 824 Walnut and asked for Miss He was told that she wan at next An acquaintance remarked to him that he looked strange and asked If anything was Gentry said he felt and put his hand to his Then he left and went to and asked to be shown to Miss Yorkes A message was then sent to the girls but Gentry did not Miss Yorke and Miss Clark were prac ticing songs when Gentry opened the door and walked Miss Yorke manifested some surprise at see Ing him and Introduced him to Miss After hastily acknowledging the Miss Clark Gen try turned to Miss In an angry tone demanded Why didnt you meet today She said she had kept the appointment In Jersey City and accused him of not being at the trystlng Shu refused to kiss him when he asked her to do He then drew a as he approached fired three each bullet tak ing over the right one In the centre of the forehead and the third close to tht left Gentry Immediately rushed from the ran along the hallway and de scendedby means of the fireescape at the back of the making good his escape byoneof the numerous little alleys In the A colored woman saw him and described him to the The shots were heard throughout the A patrol wagon was sum and the bleeding and moan was taken to the Pennsylvania Hos two where she died immediately upon her arrival Miss Yorke a member of the New York Casino Opera Company In Since then been with Natural Hosg and first met 4 number of other prominent She was engaged by Baggage Check cpmpany and made such 4 tyt that Bjajwy decided to advance position ana tp end WM her RSMl Pt W In The Chattel which to produced In Ne Hurled an Ottoman at the Fat Falsetto at the Imperial Music IAS THERE WITH NINA FARRINGTOH His Party Turned Ont of the Box by Pro prietor While the Audience Yelled and Lorillard a very young member of an old New York whose chief claim to distinctionlies In the fact that he has been advertised as the beet Vlrcssed man In did the star turn ait the Imperial MUslc Hall last Nina a cornlo arid burlesque stage favorite of the daysof long who has managed tokeep well with KIpp In his lihte specialty and Miss were by another young man and another young of the same jolly temperament as themselves but seemed to know who they and they were glad to getaway without let ting anybody At the Imperial on Sunday night Is a sacred In order to compen sate In a degree for what the perform ance lacks In sacredriess Proprietor George Kraus expects his patrons tb be particularly decorous on Sunday even A half hour after the perform ance had begun a commotion was caused by the entrance Into an upper box of Lorillard Nina another young man and another young They had evidently been dining Kip vied In the beauty of his rai ment with Miss Over a fitting pair of English trous ers and a long frock coat hewore a feelgray coat of wondrous style and high silk hat glistened under the electric light and his boyish face was wreathed In Miss Far rlngton threw her sealskin dolman over the brass railing and sat down to charm her youthful escort with eyes quite as bright aa the big diamonds she wore In her She carried a bouquet of rcaes and haU a bouquet at vlleta at her cor As the sacred concert went the party In the box only Interrupted their chatter long enough tosip at their glasses or to throw some of the flowers that they had brought with them upon the About 10 oclock there came upon tht stage the Manhattan When they had finished their first selection the audience applauded The Manhattan Quartet came baqk on the The big who dresses like a farmer the little who makes up like an eastside street ped dler little In the of a and the fat whose make up Is that of a booby had lust gotIn position to sing again when Kip Interrupted with his little Looking around for some flowers to throw tq the the young man his supply was Bent tribute qf some he picked up a ottoman as big as a cheesebox and weighing nve or six The fat who was Inquir ing In ft piccolo voles What Kjnd er Shoes Does de Angels Wear recHveJ the sqyarejy upon his njjiniy Will Rndi Police Bills and Name the Three TRACY MAY BE Up o Bother Mayor WILL BOOH MORTON FOR Says I He Pulls Straight He Can Hats the New Tort Delegates to the POLICE BILL is The Ii Now Friendly toa State ofRomoval andMay Bush One tor Plate will war to the knife on Mayor At an Informal conference with hli hench men yeiterdar It was decided force through the Police with the three Cdmmii slonera who are to reorganize the de partment named In the SECONDTo pass a state Removal If a canvass of the two branches of the Leniilnture today iliowi that It can be put THIIlDTliat the Police bill and other reform measures desired by Mayor the Committee of Seventy are to be bung up In committee or until terms are FOURTHTo continue the conference at Albany on and if necessary M1 meetlnBi efthe State to force to carry ont thli That was the outcome of the confer enoe bacween MtviPlatt and his lieuten ants Mere were no dissent ing owing to the absenca dt a large number of the men who were present no formal was was left over untllTues when Platt will renew the conference In and probably call OW3OTT AND Who ha PhHtl wr tho a meeting of State Committee later In the if there Is any indication that tha programme cannot be carried through without t Deacon Platt entertained his Ba class In hla own rooms in the   

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