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   New York World (Newspaper) - March 12, 1895, New York, New York                                Circulation Hooks Open to YOf Circulation Books Open to I Y WANT Guess the Correct finding 6f A A PRICE TWO NEW MARCH ispection of Private Record an Invasion of a Citi zens IKERS OF THE LAW SATIRIZED A of Respectable flattaM Wbo Have Disappeared from the Face of be OF THE GOVERNMENT MENACED and He We Will Hay Then Anarchy and Then a Tyrant to Rule March iSttorneyGeneral Whitney resumed hi in defense of the Income Ta JaW before the Supreme Court today AttorneyGeneral exSenato Mr leprlnger and several other members o who had taken part in th fenactmerit ofthe present Whllney denied that the limit o fixed by the law was class legls As to the exemptions allowe J to certain corporations the Asslstan pi AttorneyGeneral quoted numerous Fed eral tax laws showing repealed ex empllons In Ihe casesofart socletle and many other Th court had sustained an exemption t manufacturing corporations In the DIs whilebuilding am loan associations and savings companle were frequently exemptedby Dur the MutualInsurance Com exempted from a general tax The Supreme Court had already over ruled thi contention that the taxation of land and aa made by the income was Asto the claim that the Federal Gov ernment cannot tax municipal and loca securities held by fo bonds Issued by New York II has ben decided in the case o Bonaparte against the State of Mary land that a State could lax bonds o the or State of New If thi could exercise hjs why not the Federal1 Govirtjmen t 3ffld rounds In onposltlqn the cotUentibh of hi nslteht an inspectlonof hiB pri t ttnd papers was an invasion ot his la as an enactment of a opdy of respect able gentlemen Who had from the face of the and said I would be know how many of those who voted for the tax expectet to pay a part of The tyranny of historywas that which xcame In the guise of a Edmunds and he did not think the time had cpme when there should no longer i be an appeal to the courts from the acts ot Under this law taxpayer was re quired to make his returns to a deputy a man who was not recognizec as a legitimate officer under the Constl The law left no room for resort or appeal to the but left to the revenue the final They were not only the final bul the Inquisitors as It was true that these returns wefe to be regarded as but how were we to know that they would always be BO Edmu ds asked the court to over rule Its former decision on Income tax aa given Springer The past Congress had overstepped of the Constitution In imposing this tax It was ihort of and per of the tax would be paid by 2 per of the taxable lt said ajj Interesting subjeat of speculation to tow Government oan lasj under ffsystem which allows hose who k jjqthlne to tax their One step will lead fo one follows until by andby then and tyjsnt rifle Shtrfts t9 ot quoted e where that the I by tfcat it did m part fMw should not mpre timei wbp a tp taid apeak for who Should Mrell the total for Febru PRICE TWO nearly il8 far it ft not on record that any iCongressman or public official His paid an Income The returns for it is will foot Up well towards It Is predicted that April will yield 000 and May between with the bulk and of collections yet to In the month of All the large it Is oft their payments until the last week In so as to make their returns coincident with their semian nual Instances are on record of Individuals paying taxes on incomes considerably in excess of what they were really re ceiving rattier than have the commu nity think that they were getting in straitened The Treasury officials have ruled that dividends received from foreign or doing business wholly outside ot the United be reijarded as Income subject to the SCORE OF MINERS Shaft Home the SulUna Gold Hint Burns and Shnti Off the Supply of with Fatal March shaft house at the Sultana gold fourteen miles from Hat caught Ire and before the flames were discovered they completely enveloped the of shut off the air supply to the In which were working twenty or twentyfive A messenger who arrived at Rat Port age from the mine says that when he left at i only four men had been brought A number of doc tors were working over those In the hope of resuscitating but with small chance of The other men In the mine were certainly and practically given up for March In the Old Abe near White was brouffht under control and the eight Imprisoned miners were brought to the Five are 8HH HYPNOTIZED OTHER Strange Power Poinuei by Mary Martin Over Her Fellow to The BAN March Mary Martin was taken to San Quln ten Penitentiary seven months ago on a and for five months she waa During that time she If said to have hypnotized an at whom It becamenecessary to remove from her Murry was not ot a strong constitution and lost her Martin locked in a but in a short time the matron noticed that several strangely and ii to two weeks was aiso one of Mar tins a full con fession telling low she valley tried Uo free herself fromMrsMftrtlris WIGGINS ON THE He Thinks It JWjUl Be Followed by quakes on Both to The March Stone Wig speaking of the eclipse the aid It was not remarkable except for he fact thai It passed so near the celes lal he would pro duce atmospheric m both the earth and the and a iery decided fall of temperature on In all probability the event will be fl owed by earthquakeshocks on boloh Last night the he passed squarely over the earths and was of a darkbrown and distinctly visible during the f It dad no atmosphere to Ihe solar as Is no light t would have been black as SAID Nye Also Aiked a Question About a tittle Thing Known M the March Nye ruled today that Ihe Senale could not pass any as It was the last ddy of this Speaker of made an opposite While Nye was signing bills in his room after the noon adjournment of Ihe Senale Matthews He salt he had three bills before the Senate which ought to be acted One was against Under your he these bills cannot be You should not have made such a My ruling was according to Ihe and the LieutenantGo ernor reached for a book and read th I am willing to waive my right under began Go I am What Is the Con stltution made for If it Is to be dis obeyed Is It made for the whole peo pie or just for the Governor of Ind ana If Ihoso bills are losl I wl hold you responsible for T dont care a for your bill They have been before Ihe Senale f o some Why they not brough up and passed before this I dont I dont I know I did no with and I will no change my LEASE ON THE Fighting for Her Own and Said t Want a FellowDirector of Slate Char ities Bemoved for Special to The March Merrill las week appointed George Clark to sue ceed Mary Lcrse on the Stat Board of and the appolntmen was confirmed by the The Gov ernor thought Leases term ha She says that II will not expir till and she will take th mailer into Ihe Charges will be filed with Mor rill against Stale Senalor House a member of Ihe State Board o It Is said Mrs Lease is leading the fight to depos who Is a Householder Is charged with derclic tlon of unlawfully taking Stat playing cards In the Insan asylum on refusing to repa money borrowed of officers at the Stat Instllutlona and with hugging and kiss Ing women connected with the Topeka Insane with In them untilafter midnight It that one of Mis Pack rttitf ijji a when Hquseholdir puf Bis am arOuHty her am tlMlrlVd ku it 16 Judge Marline Is Very and His Neighbor Does Noth ing bnt SHE GIVES HIM GEMS FROM TO IMPORT OOAlHmOM to It and Bend It to Pnoiflo Cowt 8pnli to UndBrtHji chin the pres ence of The information I sworn an officer of the TALES TRAIN A FAILUEH Zoiing Bordeno Four Sunday Dinners Havi Cost His Father Special to NEW March Yale students special Sunday night train from New York made Its final trip as It been a failure from the four Sunday dinners Fresh man Borden has enjoyed at home dur Ing the trains brief existence has coal his Broker of New York he agreed to pay the Consoll dated for any deficit short of 186 for eaoh trip If It would run the The students have been trying for years to get the Consolidated managers to put on such a but the latter re fused all requests until Broker Borden virtually bought a train for the Yale jer of wellknown capitalists held a onferenoe today with Jlnleler view to ormtng a company operate the entlve coal fields ot A concession has been granted to the the Peruvian Min ster providing a percentage of the we turned intp the company will organise with a apltal ot and will operate the The output will be shipped to along the Paclflo where he price of coal is said to be POW08 JUD98 that PBTTIOOAT LAWYHE Fbronoe Dangerflold About to Be Admitted to the Bar In Ibis The name of Florence Dangerfleld Is on list of candidates for admission to the favorably reported by the State Bpard of Examiners to the Genera Term of the Supreme Her name will be submitted to the Committee on Character and will doubtless be aworrt In Fri Mies Dangerfleld will then the woman to admltited to the bar In this Mlsg Melle the AN EWIBVIOTIM8 Pint Will Marry Annie of March marriage license WM issues who announced the name of hs pros pective bride f and sali that etie the widow of Jilt Is supposed tohave been urnong the passenjfera who In the Plbe CrJltwll beoojne the otepfather of three IjtH and jie a grpi She U young and rather in very bitter and and their aft If the was If t FreidenbDrg Says His Wife Student and Can Play as Long and Hard as She THE TWO FAMILIES DONT SPEAK Board of Health Is to Be Asked for Grants Bequest for Quiet Hav ing Been For nearly a fortnight Judge Randolph Martins has been hovering between life and death from peritonitis at his 2017 Fifth One Hundred and Twentyfifth Hla said lost night his malady had been aggravated by the constant playing of the house of Edward ad Joining the home the It Is the purpose of Judge Marlines family to apply to the of Health for re and If it Is not granted seek other The pianist according tb Is the cause of Judge Marlines distress Is wife of the She Is a musician of no mean repute and has appeared In numerous both as a vocalist and She possesses magnificent concert grand piano valued at and a cultivated soprano In Harlem society she Isknown enthusiastic student of her repertoire Is made up chiefly of from Lohengrin and The Flying The Freldenburgs have lived alongside Ihe Martlnes for three The two famines have not been on the best of and a xyear Judge Marline complained to the Health Board that the piano In the Freldenburg house was kept going day and matters were brought since the members of the two families have not talked to each Judgei In of said the playing of the plkno annoyed CLEVELAND SPRAINED HIS Ro Said the Violets CaptainEut It Didnt Interfere with Hit DuckShooting Special to The March with President Cleveland and party on ran in here at Sun day arid departed nn hour and a half Cleveland was not visible and it waa stated that he had not yet The correspondent to Chief In spector Lamberton The Worlds tele gram of inquiry concerning a rumored accident to the and after reading It Ijamberton declared that there was absolutely no foundation for the does not agree with the Captains reply to some gentlemen who Inquired of him as to the Presidents The President was he except that he was suffering from a sprained The rumor was then mentioned to the Cap and he hastened to say that the kliee WHS only slightly and Would answer no more CAPE March Presldent Cleveland had good success In this mornings and carried a quantity of game aboard the A light rain prevented hla going out In the The weather is now threat If it does not clear up the steamer will leave Bnt the Presbytery Utterly Refnsed to Censure WAS THE HOTTEST Ministers Laughed Immoderately at the Clerical and Finally Shot A NEW INVESTIGATING BOARD Parkhurit Rot Present at the nor Dtatnrbed at Iti his who was then in delicate I Iff When theJudges flret complaint was recelvedby the board on Inspector was senl to DrFreidenburgs He told phyisiolan that the playing would have to cease after 10 who Is an exceedingly nervous waxed and told the inspector lo go The Inspector reported this to Emmons Secretary of the Health and considerable correspondence passed between The pianoplay ing after 10 for about a at end of Which ac cording to Judge Marlines son an as sistant it was kept up until long afler midnight When Judge Martlne was taken HI a fortnight and Grant advised hal he be kepi quiet as ilarllne sent one of Ihe servants inlo Freldenburgs home with the re quest that the pianoplaying be sus pended until the Judge The servant came back with a wry Ho Marline lhal Frnldenburg lold him she was Queen of her own home and wanted no outside The party wall between the Marline and Freldenburg houses Is only elghl nches and every sound can be Freldenburgs musicroom s on the same floor as Judgp Marlines Al first Judge Marline did not pay much attention to the Ut as the disease progressed he grew lervous and began to complainof the noessant pr Grant went hlro elf to Freldenburg and requested hat the playing This was on Tuesday Grant says Freld wburg My wife can play as much osshe She Is ft student and can play at any time ghe t Is one of her few But It Is likely to cause Judge Mar ines and If It can be stopped or only twentyfour hours that will be In that time ttie crisis will e Notwithstanding qrant says Freldenburg declined to nd abruptly dosed the Since then the Judge has been very The playing has been going n and the patients progress has been Last Thursday Judge Mar whlle 4ellrlous with jumped feed and ran Into another bed xjoni In orJer 19 escape hearing on be STRANGE MALADY IH It Resembles bnt Chokes Its Vic and Nearly Every Cant So Far Has Proved March re ports from Floyd County are en couraging for the early suppression of thj strange malady that Is raging In the Mud River It has so violent that the physicians ot the surrounding towns refuse to visit the Tne death roll already exceeds The disease resembles except that It chokes the victim to be ginningin the stomach and rising to the In almost every case it has been the victim seldom living three days after the EDMOE OF ANOTHER PAIR It Is Bald to Contain a Liberal Provision for a Woman of Social Standing 0 The i SAN March wom an rftbently told Hermann Oelrlchs ajstofcy ofa will which Fair drew Imme diately one offered for probate She said qiat in this will Fair left the greater portion of his estate to three children in shares without enoumf berfng them with a trust or made a liberal prpvislon fbr a woman of s6me social standing for had developed a purely pla tonlo friendship In the last months of his will was alleged be In this womans how declined to Her friends said for her that she Beared nothing for Fairs as the production of a will leaving her a large would cause and she valued her name more lhan Parkhurst did not atlend Ihe meellng of Presbytery ycslerday In the First Presbyterian having received an intimation that he would be made the subject of a bltler attack on account of his attitude in connection with the affaire of the Church of the Sea and After having held four sessions with doors the Presbytery decided yesterday to have an open and it proved to be Ihe mos t heated ot Ihem Nearly all Iho Presbyterian clergy men in the city were as well as a number of prominent of Calvary road this Interview with which Is the cause of much of the bitterness It the propoBod Bale was a cold blooded violation of a though It umy teem to be a pretty hard thine to In as true OB tho everlasting It was an act had It been committedIn Wall would have furnishedthe membdrB of tlto Presbytery what hava been con sidered juicy material for exploita Chambers read a long giving a history of the and snarls Into which the Presbytery Has entangled In which statement he criticised the action of Park hursts Instantly the itorm John hoping to stop the proposed In1 tho of peaqo and to Parkhurst be V GAVE IN TO THBJJTBKItfG River Coal Under JEuiiness Affrre to Desired Special to March river coal operators and surrendered to the They agreed to pay a rate equivalent lo 60 cents a The river miners on slrlke will relurn lo work The break was caused by a rise In the whloh brought scores of empty craft to tihe The railroad opera tors say whenthese boats are loaded the river mine owners will stop the Sixty railroad mine owners attended the and more Dhan fifty voted to continue the strug It was decided to hold no more conferences with the and the Conference Committee was more llko the Jfturaplns ofa on a tin ehe has USED THE MAIL8TO Wid Hftli on Trial for Swindling ohanta Out of Worth of Maroh leader of the Hall Is on trial In the United States Court for fraudulently using the United Slates It is estimated that this gang secured worth of goods from merchants In vari ous Other persona under Indictment are Stephen a saloon keeper of a of exPoslmasler at peach Or Elliott Shop keeper at Whltehouse A farmen near of and Assistant Postmaster at DE83RTED BIS WIPBFOR BIS MOT5BR BogwofUti Wlf0 OjT LjitM A snioUl to Tin March Nina wifs of Hwry Attorney of Lake Madlfton SquareT vigor ous defensi for Ihe first time since his flaying by several monlhs Mullally look Ihe I hope Halls suggestion will not be he The gentleman is out of quickly Interposed I have already accepted I have the answered arid I have right to be There were appeals by the and points of order until finally the de cided In favor of I have always accepted the rulings of the Moderator with profound defer continued as I have always found Ihem right Al this there was much laughter by the and Mullally turned fiercely the This court of Jesus he Why this this unbecoming laughter in a couri of Jesus Cries of shame I and oh were and the Moderator suggested that the speaker confine himself to the The first part of this resolution that which mentioned Parkhurst the mosl and most to continued I do not think the Presbytery of New York has taken care of Its own Its own rights and the good name of Us members as It ought to have The question is of a member of this Presbytery arraigning II before the pub cnargng It with I hold that such a thing ought not to be allowed i I have read in the papers that the Presbytery has misappropriated I have read hat It has violated a con tract It and now Ihe honored pastor of the Fifth Presbyterian arises to because tho and was Considerable of a It has done lis It without 4 word to any save the ohurch from which it received He proposed a resolution for a com mittee to Inquire Into the affairs of the Sea and Land add report Its re lationship to the This was and the Moderalor appointed Robinson and Warder VanNorden and when told last night about the laughed at Ittllys It la passing the Presbytery had de cided to sell out tho church that another Investigating committee should be started The only desire I had in matter was to spread the Gospel In that section of the and a written contract was made with the Presbytery giving us charge JWe worked but found it very difficult to secure a minister to take owing to the vacillating policy after ap proaching eight we at last secured a just as tho property was or dered to be So Mullally and the reso Islutlona were laid on the table that Is He declined to make to the criticism upon HARRISON MUC3 Attending Physician Thinki He Will Be AbU to Leave His Room This t Special to The t March con rlltlon of exPresident con siderably When Jame called this evening he found that the complications In the left lung had been so far relieved that the patient breathed without inconvenience and was entirely free from and there was a favorable tendency In all the phases of his The doctor believes that with care his patient will be able to leave his room this While Jameson still thinks that the exPresidents sickness Is attribu table to overwork rather than to the he admits that the low condition of vitality Is one which invites A few personal friends were admitted to the patients room and he sat up for nearly an hour this The confinement Is Irksome to He was one of the principal attorneys In the Richmond and he feels that he should be at his McKee remains day and night and often roads to him for hours at a time from current ter The World with News of Peaca in the East CHINA FORCED TO GIVE Even the Chinese and Japan ese Ministers Get Their First Information from The COREA TO BECOME China Will Have to Pay a Hone Indemnity to Repay Japan for Her AMERICAN MINISTERS ARRANGED It Ii Now Only a Question of Completing the Although the News Will Hot Bo Promulgated in China for a Month WELDH A8KBD DIVVBR TO The latter Thought It a of thi Tot The frbrh The bill legislating of office will be re committed to the Judicial Com mittee of the Leglalature for further Justices Feltner and Tain tor wllLgo to Albany this The Justices are Dlvver for their misfortune and Welde some time ago went so It Is as to lot Dlvver know that he ought to How about resigning yourself Dlv Ver Is reported Jo have Youre no better than I Divver evidentlyhad In mind Father PowersB denunciation of Welde the pulpit for lending his position as Police Justice to Ret a license for a sa loonkeeper near the of The testimony that WM a woman of considerable that toW her Jf he Iq living with wife the WOUlfl 4J4 not appear lp 9oyrt o contest HaOpw 4 ftW TOM Tw la Tko tbt catJIf shows one man who makes these charges Is named In the Are we to and be forever In the press and called eocleelae Heal tramps Are to be the prey of men who make thelrUvlpg by sensa tional Many cries of ordef and BlUs said lhal such and wrong statements rjot to be J consider It rlgltt and an swered to reply to and Incorrect be brought before the bar P this Prcn and answer for hU He was finally chut and the freer bytery iptp on the quattlon of There were TENNESSEES JIM THE The Glftort Johnson Forged Everything from Deeds to a Special to Tho March Johnson was arrested here today for forging Carter signature on an order for an He Is an accomplished having once been sot free from the Tennessee penitentiary on a bogus petition which he had forged the names of the prosecuting Judge and jurors who had sent him He lately swindled his employer out of J100 on a forced trust deed for a farm he claimed to own He had even fqrged a postmark On the envelope con taining and for this last offense he will be prosecuted by the Federal Gov Pretty Baby Boy WM Matron at Police Headquar bad an addition to her email family of foundlings last It was a pretty old iaby hoy found in a way at 800 Wast Sixtyninth by Dennis of Third ave and brought to her by a patrolman The Infant dressed in ftne linen robes nnd a ulllc ft was wrapped In a cashmere Nothing to lead to tu Identlly of the child could be Irwia Mm1 Lit His floolH Bfl l to The March of the Supreme Court at that Qeorge he orotloimry pool must give up far and the wag on the by a vots of Hg P untvewo the era before except when In Asia HJnur that the New York depositors nppl will fet any of their The objsqt of getting at learn whether Irwtn t hgRs pu last a e ooptalnlngnhe knftw March despatch to the Times from whiih will be published says that the through the United States CharlesDenby and Edwin already agreed upon points In the peace conference regarding the Independence of thi cession of territory and a money the amount ta be agreed upon by the The despatch adds that no Imperial edict relating 16 the war will be pub lished In China fur a and there be no published reference to the peace as the Foreign un Wjlllngly vielded its policy to that of the War Department In order lo bring about It Is expected lhat the agreement will be signed at an early The London which Is now tjnA has always been considered the greatest newspaper in is JUst twenty four hours behind The World Yesler day morning The World published a cable despatch from Uo special corres pondent In Toklo which gave Ihefirst news to the nations of civilization lhat terms of peace had been arranged be tween hlna and This Ihe mosl important concerning the great war In the East since The World startled Europe and America with the news of the Port Arthur slated thai China had been general tor ma of Ihe conditions which Japan would consent and that Japtn had been notified that China was ready to accept these oondla lions and lo sign As the London Times is also a later than The World in annopnolnn that the correspondence by which this agreement was carried on through the United States Ministers ti the two at Minister at s r Cable despatches from and pan to New York hare to POM throMrt BO as a matter of The Worlds special cable passed through thftt city on It at one dfty before fhe news arrived from different source for the great The Worlds and neiuier the Times nor any newsp knew of Us exJsisnof 111 M tlon yesterday In Thin of news going through Lqndqn a advance of the papers It le only a curious Illustration o perfection WflrtAl1 qf gathering frpm all R   

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