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   New York World (Newspaper) - January 22, 1898, New York, New York                                SUNDAY ToMorrows Circulation Books Open to by the Publish I lue New YorU f f Circulation Books Open to 0MOITOW S NEW JANUARY Rebel Government Buildings Burned and Officials Put to CEXT ln Greater jicir YorU and CHy j TWO CENTS outside of Greater New York and J eric y City anil on THE KING tiding better CUBITAS RAIDED BY Fought Desperately and Blancos Despatches Say They Lost CALIXTO GARCIA KILLED Havana Hears that He Fell in the Last Enfiroigciucut in Whicli Be Took to In formation from Spanish sources being aware that the In surgent Government was established at Esperanza In buildings constructed by the Insurgents seventeen leagues from Puerto at the extreme west end of the Cubltas proceeded In that direction with 400 cavalry and two fleld After a three days trying march he forced a difficult position on the fourth day and overcame the obstinate re sistance of pursuing them more than six miles and destroy ing and burning the bouses at Esper Including the Insurgent Govern ment On the following day Castellanos engaged the reunited near the Inflerno six miles from Ho routed them alter two hours combat and put them to The Insurgent less is believed to be but owdng to the density of the It Is according to the Spanish to ascertain the full extent of the The tamirgents left 67 dead on the The Spanish lost 6 Wiled and 31 among Che latter being Perez Although nothing appears to be known on the subjeet at Spanish head Itls persistently rumored1 that Callxto the famous Insurgent killed the engage ment tn wlitoh he took No Invararent Government Official Wade Spanish Minister received the following cable gram from Havana dated today toas taken posses Blon of the village of In the de where the Insurgent government had Its Dur ing the stubborn resistance made by the Insurgents their Government officials The next continuing his opera the same General defeated a body of insurgents who were coming to the aid of the scattering in all directions ami killing fifty Wallun Pleaded the Rights Swains Outside a De partment THEN HE WAS ARRESTED Hundreds Followed Him to the Police Sympathizing and Volubly SHOP GIRLS WILL They Say that it Tonne Men Wish to SIcot Them After Working Hours No One Should Snpastn Sees Vlnlons of Sagusta reported at last nights Cabinet meeting that despatches from Cuiba gave un qualified promise of He Is said to have added that this was the impres sion not only In but also in tine United EUROPES BOURSES Cuban Talk In CrlsiH In Fur East and Other Wiir ThreatM Alarm Money discussion In the American Congress of the Cuban and the silver and the threatening situation In the Far weakness today on the Stock The Paris Bourse was agitated and business opened owlng to the situation in Crete and the general politleal whlen causing un Toward the prices owing to a rise in Spanish 4s due to better Cuban On the Vienna Bourse business was weak and on the news from Prague and the unenoouraging situation but the market closed with a slight At Frankfort was ad vices from foreign bourses not being and speculators abstaln from purchasing in view of the un jettled state of Turkish and nk Shares fell sharply on Paris ad i On the Berlin Bourse business was regujar and generally American and Canadian Pacific securities started animated and but realizations tn oonneotion with the bimetallic agita tion caused a reaction and they closed The market was unfavorably Impressed with the news from Onr In Dlaicputo London lh Itsfinancial says tno strength of Spanish 4s Is remarkable in view of the news but ft cijt the of ie American are t regarded seriously abroad than In days Cpngress waa ijn tUe habit of a sense of political i i i n A defiant Borneo stood on a drygoods box In the Sixth avenue drygoods dis trict yesterday afternoon and started to deliver an impassioned oration on the rights of the American Friends and he be the preamble of the Constitution of the United States Insures us liberty and the pursuit of Come down off that young or youJl get into ordered a largo I The Constitution of the United States allows me to walk up and down this street as much as I Thats Give him the Just keep on The 6 oclock wilristle will blow In a minute and then well be all Twenty youths clustered about the dry goods box and encouraged the orator In less than a min ute the Q oclock whistle did blow and at the same instant the big man dragged the youmg man off tho box and handed him over to Special Policeman Justas ttie orator was squelched the doors of a big dry store opened and a regiment of shopgirls trooped The youths who hod been encourag ing Georgie rushed forward told them the One glrl She was the orators The other girls were terribly Scores upon scores of them rushed in the dl redtlon of the who was be up avenue In the direction of the Thirtieth street was a long the girls and youths had plenty of time to utter pungent j The ugly thing To thinkthat he could stop our young men waiting for us to escort us Doesnt George make a lovely pris oner If they try this I am willing to go on We have got to do something to defend These were only scraps of the talk that could be heard above the rattle of shrill chatter which followed in the wake of tho When the Thirtieth Station House was reached and George had been led up the steps there were fully five hundred girls and young men In the The charge made against the young man was disorderly He de scribed himself as George twentyone yoars of 416 East Eightythird He was still deft amt andtold the Sergeant that he had not transgressed the law walking up and down In front of the For past It has been the CUH tom of a score or more of youths to wait about the store doora In the even ing until the girls leave for the Then the young men would pick out respective sweethearts and escort them In bhe neighborhood they are known as the Uninitiated folks thought they be longed to the army of tho unemployed and were patiently seeking Most of the girls did not object to the presence of the Romeos about the Some few of them it is complained to the man agers of the DetectiveBarnard to end the and just before 6 oclock last evening he started out to drive away the lingering Special Policeman Leonard accompanied The young men declared they had a to walk up arid but hone of them was as defiant as He urged the others to make a firm stand and at their once recognized him as So did hence the arrest when theenthusiastic clerk at tempted to harangue hla comrades from the drygoods Among the girls In front of the sta tion house the statement was freeely made that they would calj upon the managers of the store in this mqrnlng and demand the anti Romeorule be abolished To Cure a Cola Iji One Uay lake Laxative All drug gists relund the money If Itfalls The genuine has on each STILL THE WORLD GETS ALL THE NEWS Issues of the New York World of 16 and sev eral issues af the Madrid Heraldoand the Imparcial have been seized by the Government officials The World of which has been seized In contained a cable despatch from CaptainGeneral Blanco on the situation in Havana and a review of the situation in pointing out the horrors of the war written by Sylvester and exposing the fearful condition ot the Spanish Army The Spanish Government in the island of like the home Government In maintains a vigorous and even despotic supervision of the press Every newspaper published In Havana and in other cities of Cuba arc com pelled under pain of suppression to submit both its news and its editorial utterances to Government censors before There are usually two censors in Havana stationed at the GovernorCien erals To onethe military censormust be submitted all ordinary news and especially such as deal with the war and the conduct of the To the otherthe political censorall subjects relating to tho political affairs of the Island and the relations ot the local government with the home and foreign A censor having once bluepencilled any despatch or editorial utter the publication of the words suppressed leads to tho arrest fending to the suppression of the offending and in of the of cases the Within the last eighteen months the Havana newspaper La DiscuBion was suppressed for reprinting an obnoxious article from a New York news Its ohief Senor was sent in chains to Fernando Po The Government absolute 9ontrol of the postofllco has at tl exercised its poweras In the case of The World and the Madrid Her noted to the newspapers arriving in the port of Havana and whole editions contaIng news or comments offensive to the It Is not Infrequently the foot that the newsp New York has been delayed for twentycfour the authority were determining the expediency of permitting Its autnorltle3 TREASON IN THE CAMP OF HIS Special to Tho There Is treason In the camp of His His noble Senators and funny Assemblymen arc reading The Even tho Kings Courier to the Senate Trial Is guilty of the crime before the established Grady was one of the few Senators who attended the short session that bo3y but he did not bellow defiance at the as Is his dally Instead ho doubled himself in his luxurious leather chair nnd crouched snarling over the outspread page of The World where appears tho daily chronicle of events In His Majestys The feast was apparently so entertaining that Grady spent the entire session of the Senate In discussing it with mental A scrutiny thu conduct of His Majestys other Senators and Assem blymen revealej the fact that Grady Wife of the Dry Goods Mer chant and Griffith Had Narrow WERE IN A CLOSED The Horses Dashed Down Colum bus Avenue and Collided a MAIL ROX WAS BURST Were Sunttcroil In All DI rcctloiiH Xo One Scrlaiisy George of JO East Sixtyninth the wife of the Fourteenth street drygoods was severely shaken up In a runaway yesterday She had been out shopping with tho wife of John of 33 East Seventyfourth Tho two wore returning home at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon In a car riage which wus driven by Frank Man of 1201 Third At Colum bus avenue and Eightythird tho polo of the carriage broke and the horses ran The women and the coach man had much ilifllculty in keeping the frightened animals clear of the pillars oC tho elevated At Seventyeighth street the horses ran on the sidewalk and into a The post was broken off and the vehicle waa Patrolman Becker and a number of men who had f allowed i the runaway for several blocks secured which were kicking and scrambling to free Hearn For a Week Hanans Guards Surrounded Thomp sons Newport WERE BACKED BY THE Presenls Given in Other Days by a Brooklynite Said to Have Eeen the HANANS FAMILY IS Son Supposed Him to Be In Boatoa on at Xeiv port in a and Griffith wore drugged out of the wreckage and taken to a drug near at It was found that they had sustained a few bruises and that they suffered chiefly from They were taken home In another carriage and both were attended by There had been a letterbox on the and that was broken and tho letters In It They were gath ered up by the the although thrown from his seat to the escaped with a scalp and was able to take the horses and the wreck of the carriage to a was not alone In his appreciation and Interested In the Court Upon the desk of each of the following Senators and being read by was a copy of Tho World Senators Theodore Prank Michael Peter Patrick of tho Boroughs oC Brooklyn and Queens John Timothy Samuel Bernard Thnmos Francis Lewis Maurice Jacob Can tor Charles Lewis of tho Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx Assemblyman Thomas Daniel James Domlnlck Patrick William Astor Timothy John Taylor Julius John Joseph Patrick Jacob Thomas Benjamin John Charles Solomon Cornelius Henry John Joseph George Albert John Lyman Redlngton and Richard of the Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx Henry John Thomas H Francis Thomas John Samuel Joseph Charles Bart Harry Frederick Otto mall from I Wicke and John of the Borough of Brooklyn George Glaser and Cyrus of the Borough of and Charles of the Borough of SAYED ONE LIFE TOOK The Ttoy Shannon Rcupaeil In Later Sent Him to the Scaf fold for years Edward Shannon laved the life of a neighbors boy he saved one whose legal abilities were later to put a rope aroundhis Shannon was yesterday sentenced to be hanged for the murder ot his States Attor ney the prosecutor of the waa the boy whose life he had The murflerer Is past seventy years of When he and trembling isentenoe he he bad saved his years It waa his ploa for ta crime for wWoh Shannon vJll hang was in a Chicago and Northwestern train in Shannons wife haa secured a dl voroe on of brutal treatment and started Shannon rushed the drew revolver and fired twice before he could be His died In few NEW HEABTBEAT Felloui for Han Been Doing 840 a of this la seriously 111 from the attending says Fellons heart been beating during the past two days at the rate of gW a He aavs 120 beats is a high and he never heard of an instance Ini which Fellons record was Alauku Gold Exhibit Batday Sc pt North H H 376 Byvay MKINLEYS BROTHER Ohio Sniircmc Court Aillrins Judg ment AjfnSiifit Him in u Scnndul Special to Tho Supremo Court of Ohio has just afflrmed a judg ment against George brother of wife of the in a damage suit brought against him by Sample of Abput five years ago Sample with his rented apartments In the Block in Can George Saxton owned tho build Ing and in this acquainted with the The petition that soon after the couple Saxton began to make love to She repulsed torn at but eventually returned his of George says he was unable to Induce his wife to renounce and finally they fled together to where they lived as man and wife for several George sued Saxton for for alienating his wifes The case will now go to the Common Pleas Court The friends of Saxton claim that it is a of William Assistant Secretary of appeared In the case several weeks ago as Saxtons Gold Cure bill for Issue of currency notes in India against Bold was adopted today by the Vice roys with an amendment that the Secretary of State haveoption of paying gold Into the Treasury provided India pays an equal sum Into Cur rency Department The bill has already relieved the strin gency of the rnoney Uiinaivuy on the A horse attached to a business wagon belonging to the Rubber Horse Shoe of Ill Chambers ook fright on the north roadway of the Brooklyn Bridge last and started on a dead run for New William cf S4 Astor Jersey was He was unable to stop his and he ran with full force Into a truck di rectly McNally was pitched Into Uie truck and slightly Hotel Porter Run Do Michael sixty years a por ter in Murray Hill was wheel Ing a handtruck loaded with trunks from the hotel to the GrandCentral sta tion last night at street and Vanderbllt was run down by Matllson avenue electric car and his right leg He was removed to Flower The mo torman was locked WOMAN BICYCLIST MAY lathel Allcu8 Wheel Slipped ou the lloillevurd Iuvement uml Sue Struck on Her A stylishly dressed young woman was riding her bicycle up the Boulevard yes terday afternoon close behind a heavy At Eightythird street the bicy clist tried to pass around the She had just about passed when her wheel slipped and she was thrown from it and against the The young woman struck on her She lay unconscious until Policeman of tho West Sixtyeighth Street her to the An ambulance surgeon from Roosevelt Hos pital said that the bicyclist had prob ably sustained u fracture of the The young woman was taken to the where she regained conscious ness an She gave her name as EtJiel of 252 West Thirtyeighth At the hospital It was said last night that she wus In a very dangerous con and that she had but a small chance for her Imported Melton Uhe great have a gen uine surprise Icr A big lot of mens fine overcoats and suits all at worth J10 and Melton and kersey raw Mens ovorplaid and worsted to day tlhe wellknown corner Broadway and Park place open tonight until 9 WILLIAM BRYAN AGAIN WRITES EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE aWhat I SwDuring My lcent Visit to Wages WaUwith Keenest Interest or Curtfsity to tyljat tbg Candidate for Special to The Joseph of New and Charles were married In Grace New a week ago The announcement was a surprise to Smiths trends as It was un derstood she was engaged to be mar ried to John Hanan and Thompson arrived In New port the day after their went to the Conkling on Tour formerly occupied by Miss Monday Hanan arrived and aster visiting the office of a lawyer went to the city detectives From that time until tonight the Conkling cottage ha been practically in a state of watched by tie Deputy a special two supposed tobe out oftown The presence of these people in the quiet precincts pC Touro Park was an annoyance to thn retular who complained to the The of ficer on tho beat ordered them but they would not The Mayor was out of There is no acting the Chief Police andiihe City were put in office thigr month largely through the political manipulation the for and sowore not appealed Tho constant vigil caused comment on the streets and majiy went out of their way to see the This af ternoon things reached a climax no one being allowed to enter the house but the physician and counsel for the usual calm has returned to Touro Counsel for Hanan was seen entering the Conkling and the Deputy special police man and al the other euardlans went As to the cause of these extraordinary proceedings there are many conflicting One story Is tnat wiho is a very goodlooking young expected to marry Hanan and received from him either directly or indirectly many valuable in cluding a house In New It is she learned that Hanan was a married and so she married who had long been a Hanans further action is said to have been due to a desire to recover his gifts In whole or In and the re cipient did not see she should return Hence the A warrant of some kind was made out and case might have reached the courts 1C an amicable agreement not been reached All those interested decline to talk IliIilua Father One of the AVlt at Tho marriage register at Grace on East Fourteenth near First shows that on in the Morning Chapel Henry Evelyn by the Melville The bride and bridegroom each gave the age of twentyeight Thompson sold he lived at 26 Olihton Brook and Is the son of Joseph Henry and Julia Young Smith gave her residence at 38 West Sixtyninth and said her parents are and Carrie Cos well The witnesses were father of the and and Frank It was said at the rectory last night that nothins unusual waa noticeable about the The parries of legal age and had the necessary so the ceremony was per Bon He In BoatoB on A World reporter called late last night at the palatial residence of 118 Eighth family had gone to but a Hanan responded to the He said hln father gqne 19 tin business several days ago and not yet He appeared surprised at the report frqra Ni and denied any knowledge the He said he did or added that his mother the relations between bU parents wfj all that and Edith Briggs Smith were married na Kyrle appea tt fr night   

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