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New York World (Newspaper) - June 8, 1899, New York, New York USE S Ok 7 TIME RHTE FOR REfiL Wwttfiw fill Waists for Sundays if redetved before riodri oq are re pealed in Saturdays Even ing Edition without extra Except Real Es tate in excess of 5 lines WO INCREHSS IN Circulation Books Open to Circulation Books Open to All Weather Forecast Apartment and Boarders Wants in Sun days World repeated in Mondays Evening Edition no extra Go into Sat urdays Evening World if received before NO 4 4 I NEW JUNE CRXT In Orcnler Yorlc nnd Jerxey i TWO CKJfTS ontHlile of Greater Neir Vork null Jersey City nnd on STREETCAR COMBINE DIVIDES SIXTY MILES OF ROAD Metropolitan and Third Ave nue Agree to Farm Out Valuable THE DEAL IS Rival Corporations Have Healed Their Differences Over Am sterdam Avenue WANT THREE COSTLY Edward Lauterbach Says the People Are Clamoring for Improved Tran sit TROLLEY UPON KINGSBRIDGE ROAD Tha Metropolitan and Third Avenue Railroad Companies have reestablished the combine by which those corpora tions seek to divide franchise rights to sixty miles of New York The surface railroads also seek the privilege of running cars over three bridges Which have cost the city over The attempt to farm out these valua ble francthdse rights will take the form ataneffort to have the Municipal As sembly refer to the Board of Estimate arid Apportionment the applications of the two corporations for an appraise ment rlffhts asked The most Important franchise asked for by the Third Avenue Company Is from Broadway from Manhattan street to One HundrerJ and Sixtyninth thence along Klngsbrldge road to Spuy ten Duyvll Creek and Two Hundred and Ehlrtleth street to Rlverdale avenue and atonsr that avenue to the city TOils application represents a conces sion to the Third Avenue Company for the valuable routes and connections which the Metropolitan maKnates The That the Metropolitan and the Third Ajvonue companies bad reestablished the combine was made clear yes terday by Edward of the THE GRAB AWD THE For Metropolitan Street Rail way The Southern east through Two Hundredth street to Jerome One Hundred and Thirtyfifth street from Madlaon avenue to with a halfmllo Tile Boulevard from Manhattan street to One Hundred and Blghty seoond Extensions along several miles of streets to connect with present Vor Third Avenue The famous Klngsbrldgo road The Willis avenue bridge and connections with the Union Rail way Company which are part of the Third avenue Double tracks on Bailey Albany road and Cedar avenue to Fordham Over MoCombs Dam Over the Washington T One Hundred BPJ Thirtyfifth Madison avuuo to Park to One and tyelghth Man Said to Be Peter the Arrested at Coney lsland HE ATTEMPTED TO HANG Hud No Recollection of lint Pleaded Gnllty of Heine Drnnlt A man giving his name as Peter but who Is said to be Peter of 618 Monroe wasarrested at Coney Island yesterday charged with al Every Step of the Way Boothe Lashed His While His Wife Looked SHOOT AND BE DASHED Up Hill and Down Dale They Till the Lights of Were BOOTHE HAD OVER TO Hufabard Carried in a Chair to As sist at the Killing of Will MOB GAVE HIM A Sat Up and Fired Both Barrels and Was Then Taken Away Under a Physicians Had Been III in London and Advised to Take Absolute but Disregarded PNEUMONIA FOLLOWED WIFE KILLED AND CHILD Man He Sumieotn Hal Dlminpciured and the Falthfnl Mitre Una a Special to The June nnd Galsa of this had a wild in getting away from highwaymen ast night on the Homatanlc Rlvor between Zoar Brldge and this a listance of eight The Boothoe loft Soar Brldgo at 10 having spent he day at Boothes fathers coun ry While passing through a ilump of trees near Assistant State Soo etary Hlnmans country the they were accosted by three men in a Is that Boothe asked one of Colored Men Attacked the Hnhhard Household Bceanne of a Dis pute Abont n he answered Who are He was asked i f Hare the Mrtrbpolltaii Cr1 Peter A la the Hare the Metropolitan Avenue Companies renewed arrange ments for obtalnlns franchises In the upper part of the city he the companies agreed to ask tor certain There will Be no contests tHat I know Wo will make every eTtoPt to have the Municipal Assembly refer the ap plications to the Board of i The public hearings have been held In accordance with charter When the ftppHcatlons corns before the Board of Estimate the formal terms on which the franchisee will be granted will have to be All the people In the upper part of New York want these Improved transit The Third Avenue Compasiv agreed at the public hearings tn nhe fivecent fare plan aske3 for by the people of Che district above the Harlem Once Vetoed by The applications referred to by Lautorbach wore made in December of lost Mayor Van Wyck vetoed the applications on the ground thiit the date set for a public did not allow the olty sufficient time to adver Use the hearing according to the char The agitation over the Amsterdam avenue grab led to a break between the Metropolitan and ithe Third Avenue The companies have adjust ed that difficulty by agreeing to run Wie cars of both companies over one get of with a separata power wire for each The Board of Estimate has full power to settle the terms on which the fran chlaa applied for are to be The ap plications If approved by the Board of will be sent to the Municipal Assembly for approval by a threefourths Mayor Van Wyck has the final power of Corporation Counsel Whalen said yes railroad franchise will get through the Corporation Counsels office unless the olty receives full compensation for be privileges Comptroller Coler said 11 The railroads must be made to pay much higher rates for their franchises than they have in the The rights the city are fully protected by the pro visions of the Greater New York charter sale of and those provisions will have to be carried expert and who last year confessed to robbing Blair the of Ho was sentenced to the but later was par A former penitentiary guard who saw the prisoner recognized him as the ex Simmons registered at the Atlantic Hotel at Sea Gate Tuesday night Manager William of the said that yesterday morning he tried to hang Placing the man undor a guard Phillips went to the Coney Island police and made com Simmons gave his address as 518 Monroe He said In court that he had no recollection of try Ing to end his but admitted that he had been Sentence was sus pended on the defendants promise not to continue his Simmons was formerly prominent in Wall After the death of his wife three years ago he took to Whllle riding In Prospect Pork with a woman last February a year ago the woman was stricken with heart disease and died In IIls employers soon after this Investigated his accounts and the short age was WOULD RISKED LIFE TQ SAVE Driver SPeeht Wrecked hut Kept Two from Ilelnar Driver Charles Speoht of Engine Com pany S3 on Great Jones street risked his own life and those of his comrades to save two small boys from death last The engine was on the way toi a fire at 18 East Eleventh and at the corner of Wooster streets and Third two boys etood in the middle of the expecting the en to opntiwue Driver Specht was his He saw that the boys would be run down and probably killed as they were directly In front of the pole of the He swerved the horse into the gutter and in a second en gine and crew were in a heap on the Driver although strapped in his escaped with a dislocated and Foreman Nash and Engineer James who were on the baclt of the were un The machine was badly damaged and was taken back to the house for CHILDREN STOH On Suelugr Mary Dreiiiiuii Tate a Jldby Jhey Oryt There Carrie Children have come to fear the name of Carrie This fear perhaps pro vented little Beckie Sanford from being kidnapped yesterday The chaa stood In front of her fathers 310 Broad wlrm Mary Brennan a dissipatedlooking snatched her up and walked They had not gone more than two blocks when children cried out goes Carrie ani she has stolen another The Woman began to Men outstripped her and seized tho Pull up a minute weve got a little uslness with said the Bettor call at my office In tha morn said as ho whipped his iflrso Into a dead On camo tho and It was the wildest ride hat and Boothe ever Mile after mile they went at top Half the distance the road was o narrow that It was Impossible for ne team to pass another without puli ng Into the For the first few miles the Bootheu rere well In the While Bootho ashed tho horse his wifo kept watch They were In a twoseated car Boothe being In tho rear If youre youd better climb over sola Im not but I suppose It would be safer for me to bo with If they overtake she Then she climbed over tho Shoot anil Bo Dualled Ho On sped Boothes faithful white with Tho horse of the pursuers was Just as which enabled Bootho to see the animal Twice Bootho wanted to turn Into a farm yard and fight it but his wife urged him As they passed the Loveland with half tho distance one of the pursuers threatened to shoot If Boothe didnt pull up his Shoot and be dashed was Boothes as ho urged on his Both horses were running at breakneck speed up hill and down through sandy stretches and over good On they sped until the lights of Derby shone In the faces of tho nnd then they knew the race was They drove Into Housanatlo while their not daring to come Into the turned Tracing a Before leaving here on Tuesday Boothe quarrelled with one of his He says this man knew that he Boothe had a Spnalal to Tho Juno songer who arrived hero today ten miles brings tho details of tho lynching of Will of the two negro brothers who on Mon near that shot and kllletl Rufus tho wife of a prominent planter and dangerously wounded Hubbard and his i Hli was captured by a posse of men ten miles from Eollne at 2 oclock yesterday Ho was found con coaled under a bed In a nogro cabin and fought like a demon when dragged HB was quickly bound and strapped upon the back of a The mob took a vote as to whether he should be lynched or delivered to the officers of the It was unanimously decided to take him before and If he Identified him to put the negro to Hubbards home was reached Just after As the mob approached they heard Hubbards fourweoksold moth erless child who was wounded when Its mother was and this threw the members of the posse into a There were cries of Burn him but the leaders counselled moderation until Hill had been The negro led Into the room where Hvibbard suffering from two pistolshot Wounds which tho Hill brothers had The Identification was taken to a grove 200 yatfla two utahyart men lifted Hubbard ftonr Not Thought To Be In Danger Up to the Moment When He Has a Slight Spasm nnd His Heart Ceases to DALY AND ADA RERAN WITH They Watch Alone with tho Will Bo Shipped Immedi ately to ISow Yorlt by tho Prtm Publishing New York Bpeclal CMila Dospvitnh to Tlhfl Daly died hero torlny at 3 n the Conti nental Hotel of heart Daly and Ada Rohan were with Daly had been ill in London two weeks with a severe attnck of the grip nnd complete rest hnd boon but ho wanted to come to Paris on urgent Hln physicians strongly ad vised against the tripnevertheless and Daly and Miss Rehan crossed over last On arrival here Daly Immediately took to his bed nnd never left Would See Nolmily lint He would see nobody except an old Eugene a oelebratrcl watercolor artist trailknown In Now Daly jestingly put him In charge of tho Daly was treated for a slight attack of pneu and as his condition caused no tear of a fatal Issue Grlvaz accom panied tho ladles through their shop AUGUSTIN DALYS LIFE WORK Yesterday morning was bed him In a recllnlng carried him to eceno of j the proposed waa greatly exhausted and almost TIM ne who refused to toll anyithtatp of his bothers made tb imount laiee amount of money with To day Boothe found out that this man hlrod a horse and carriage at Curtiss livery stable to drive up the river The horse was returned badly used up at 2 A not by the man but by another who probably was one of his Tho suspect has Boothe says he had more than with He was In return for the faithful work of his mare Boothe turned her out to pasture today and says she can have a whole months JEFFERSON LEVYS CORKER Representative Acctned of HHV Influence with the of Street At the meeting of the Board of PubM Improvements yesterday Lawyer Rose of the firm of Rose spoke on the opening of Ono Hundred and Sixty fifth saying Congressman Levy has used his po lltlcal Influence In this Thats absolute said Presi dent It is not and I can prove that this street has been laid out In a round about way so that Levy can have a corner lot to which he Is not I dont think we ought to listen to a pine box the mob then formed In a semicircle about Hubbard being placed in his ohalr in the centre of the A doublebarrel shotgunwas placed in Hubbards trembling and at a given signal ho flred barrels at the human A moment later tho members of the all of whom were armed with pistols and fired a riddling the murderers Tho perforated corpse ifas then thrown Into a shallow hole and themob dis Hubbard fatAted he could bo carried uwayj and ra 3nyalalaTi had to bo Another posse Is after Alex the brother i and principal In the There is talk of burtons him at the stake If he is The cause of the murder was a quarrel which Hub bard had with Alexl Hill because tho latter refused to pay a debt he owed by working on Hubbards Hub bard was sick in bed when tho negroes nailed at hia house to renew the and when Hubbard the door they shot her shooting Hubbard and his The Governor has offered a reword of J100 for the arrest of Alex Hill and five hun dred men are searchingthe tor I such aajd Commissioner I will produce my proofs when called said Lawyer President Haf fen was not and the discussion was deferred until the next Left Home Mglu and with of flees at left his hojijij on Tuesday evening to meet friends at the Hottl He hiag not been at his bomo DoufcHss a son of oAMlng the VVeat Thirtieth fltreet SOUTHERN JUDGE DEFENDS KEGROES Declnren that the Race Not Ke or the Com mitted by the June hla bacca laureate address to the law olats of Mercer University this Judge Speer devoted his time for half an hour to an annunciation of his views on the attitude of the white people of the South and especially of this The speaker said that the punishment of the criminal must be kept within the bounds of civilization and within the pale of the law and the The contrary he la debasing and effective only In delaying final cor rection and I solemnlj assert that the crimes that have so inflamed the white people of this country against the negro race are for eign to these whom I have known and loved since my and whom I will know and love until my eyes are closed In The negroes themselves niust assist the whites In hunting down and arresting the out In order that they mivy remove the onus of the charge tihey are in sym pathy with worse and a trained nurse wnB called but last night patient was better and cheerfully until He tallied again this but was from noon until 2 when be had a slight spasm and Death Beath was sudden nnd very Nobody had been notified that there was any Both Daly and Miss Rehan are distracted with Daly will not leave the Miss Rehan went out this afternoon for a short walk with She kept as If stunned What are we going to ilo Holly to lie Sent Daly andMisa Rehan refused to be but The World corre spondent loarns that the body will be shipped to America as soon as Dalys mother Is Tho ladies will go In tho same They feel completely not knowing that any American friends may happen to bo now in the French To night they declined all company or as They will watch throughout the night absolutely alone with the Daly hnd been seriously affected by worry over a London lawsuit through which he was trying to recover posses sion of his English which now Is In the hands of HOW THE NEWS WAS Miss Rehans Cable Theatre Closed for tho Com pany The first Information of Dalys deafh received In New York came In a cable message from Miss Ada Rehan to Richard manager of Dalya It said DaJy died today at 2 Heart Break It to his brother and William Tyrell Under a Cake of Ice Just as It Accidentally YOUNG MAM HAD IT ON HIS Ohllil Wml PnlniN of on Ice no It Dropvcil nnd He Wna lunfandr William a bright lltilo boy of met Instant tionfh lit n most ex traordinary manner wlillo going on an timind for mother night wllh Yoilur Anderson Does Not Wish to Pay Alimony a Year for Forty FAR STARING AT He the First to File a Petition In Ilnnltruntoy That to Dcnl lit nflrow a clerk at G Wall a gentleman of groat Ho Is also original In that lie Is tlio first to fllo a petition In bank Cool Breeze from the North east Tempers the Fierce SCORE MORE OF Many Some of Whom Are in a Precarious Condition in the Hospitals UNFORTUNATES DRIVEN Streets Are Flooded on the East Side and Some Relief Given to the Suf ferers SHOWERS PREDICTED FOR It Will Not Be So Hot the Worst of the IngSpell la SHOWERS Shoivcrn tliU Light HOiithcnut to month Probably dliowcin to THE 0 0 Noon 4 0 0 It even If ho were not bankrupt ho will be at the end of forty For ho is ordered to pay ali mony it the rate of u So at tho end of forty ynnrs he will owe one hundrcJ pounds on hlsj Anderson llvus In Jersey to ffo to the biikery of lieck nit 1SS1 Third to nur chufio a loaf of As tho two boys entered the bakery William tho stm of was carrying lacInto tho dnor licekman had a cnkc welghliiK morci than ono pounds on his ILIIU the little to their ran forward to press their usalmnt the cold DocKman did not sou the boys is ho labored under his heavy staggered and Hind reached the ccntro of the irtoro when his foot Young Tyrell was directly un der tlm cuko of his hands nsnlnst wy may d alimony for tho of his In ahoail iorty his looks Ho guys In effect lieckman was pulled lnckwiird by the heavy the Ice dpscandlns on Tyrells bearing liltn to ground and rrurliliis his The body was romoied lo tho home of his Ucckman arrested on the charge pt1 Those who saw tho acci dent sav that ho was In no way to Reed at William the negro who had been suffering with lockjaw since died at Bellcvue Hospital last He njured his thumb by a fall from a horse on Memorial 4 Scooi in Serve A the great comer Bruaqwoy and Park make anoth er big deal ana buy the entire produc lon of a leading blue terge WB at once cut up these Berges elegant which are noy on our coauiirs The matinee audience was and Darney did not make the de public until confirmation was re The company was not informed until it assembled for the evening perform They were saddened by the Many of them Messengers had been sent to Judge Joseph Dalys and Dalys A conference was held in Manager Dor neys office and it was decided to im mediately close the theatre for the re mainder of the The Iron gates were locked and a bnf notice announc ing Dalys was posted at tho boxoffice In the evening people stood In groups discussing Dalys sudden death and commenting on the services he had ren dered the Manager Richard Dorney said It is a terrible blow to I have been con nected with Daly In business and as a friend since I left school to enter the office of his John and since that time my connection with him has been closer than any one Paly as a man I have always thaught he was the greatest of them I heard from him less than three days Donioy then read a letter from It was dated May and ran as follows My Dear I bad a very serious Illness on the steamer I went on board with the seeds of the trouble In my nervous cblU I bad on the Thurs day night before sailing was the start TO CLOSE GRADE lionnl of lUitlroail CommUnloner Aotn In on IotltloiiH of I lie Long iBlund Railroad Juno Board of Railroad Commissioners today handed down decisions on the petitions of the Long Island Hallroacl Company to discontinue grade crossings In Suffolk and Nassau Counties and In New York Crossings at the following places will be closed Swamp Smiths road and Joness avenue Hempstead Division Brookhaven Atlantic New York City Trotting Course borough of TWAS A HOUSE OE1 Sherman Blood IIlil a Victim Where Jctei firuliam June murder of Louts the was not the first to take place In the antiquated house where Peter the fifteenyearold boy accused of tho was born and A third of a century ago Sherman Blood killed Bill Sherman with a charge of buck shot In the Blood was jealous of his The body of Shcruiun was con cealed under a bed and later In the cel Blood finally was but when the war broke was that he could He served credit ably and returned to this where he lived for several that young Peter Gra has huou Is In business In Wall ami It Is a Wull street habit to diHil In Tho alimony will bo due to Carrln on got a ileoree dissolving the mnr rliiKe ami ordering tho payment of ali mony to her weekly at tho rate of ii In tho schedules In his petition Anderson states that of alimony Is now duo and to beramo due un clor the decrees of tho New York Su premo Court in the case of Anderson estimated for forty years at a The schedules furthar state that outsldo of the alimony Andersons other debts are only 533 for borrowed legal services and car Total liabilities in Total liabilities In Assets in 1899 so far as can be In DlSLoljATED John of with 4 Strange Phyatolanif John an employee of the Stand ard Oil of this met with a peculiar accident Spline was taken with a fit of sneez an dso violent were tola efforts that he hts right It took the combined strength of two phy slctans to react the dislodged Spline WAS token to Ms home at 331 Vlnyard avenue suffering great pain as a result of the DEATHS PEOM THE three 2Oo West Thirtysixth six i24 Went Slxtyaecoutl tllreo SO two 491 one 2UD Went Sixtieth five Ill Bunt Ono Hundred ana Eighth EN children at Ar thur SSa Bllcry It Is hamheunl tliU taPccl over and that It Incited him to emulate the ex ample ol Sherman wim as his Peter Graham Is happy but Ills mother almost U distracted by Q went from bad tq In the ThoumiuU Four tine bulldiiu situated within a few blwks of the famous Thousand Islands tue for sale at a ThU Is a splendid opportunity for any one desiring to build a summer homo on ono or tho most attractive of the Thousand Fo S SCENE AT f inolflsloii Euiicteil by Imlluiiv at Puviena June the burial of Bishop who for twentylive years worked among the natives of UrUlsh In diana surroundoo the chanting a death song in the native guttural tongue their bodies In unison j measured strains of At the aume on an elevation In the rear of the catafalque the crucl Ixlon of Christ was belnc A nguro representing the was from I ho cross by Indians stiil In vttiments uf biblical charge tTrentyflra of Aunnilnlc flftcen 436 Fortieth eight Day Thirteenth Ktroct anil Ilnth ave fortyeiffht OU ProHjieot overcome on a fell niia vriui nine IHO Cherry three 771 Colum four OO licroy 10t Iloernm eyuntyoiia 145 AVest thirty Areman Hotel died lit nooievelt thlrtyelaht 488 Tiventyelirhtk PH3LIP patent law 1GB First tiled at In the nine 780 Third Curs curs by a rvAiuiiil on Valley at BuuiiU A brakeman who sent out by the first train to lag tho second went only a dhorv and the ungljjuer of thu rear triuu not buva thru tu The colliaioii the tifib dent ut Bound Brook tlils ALEXANDER elxtylour 351 KlshtyOtth nvorcotuo at Tlilrd avetiua PresbytQrljin thirtysix 910 At luulic Urookiyn oveccouiQ at lortyave 12D Third overcomu al Usinslou and KlftytliirJ alreot Flower twenty Jlifferaon strgel overeomu at 195 drofidwayj taken U9 ovarcoma In a drygood4 ytoraj HoinoeopaLhlu WILLIAM CAiIton overcome In tho Yard Humoeopathta Oilrtylour 8 Hamburg overcome In a bakery Scney JOHN twentytour ISASt ElahlyultitQ orercomo at 1097 Pafif avenue Presbyterian FRANCES eighteen o Twantytnlrd street Bullcvao 1IARY fonyaeven overcome near Eiat Thlnyttttli Street ice Ration tMlluvue Ittj 4 ovcrcolnV at 1lne 1
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