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   World (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, New York, New York                                CIRCULATION GUARANTEED GREATER THAN TMAT OF ANY TWO OTHER AMERICAN RS AVERAGE NUMBER OF COPIES CIRCULATED PER DAY QQC Q 4 R DURINS TMfc FIVE MONTHS OF THE PRESENT O Sie etite SteHc oberSDicnityctfonal U bit Smtonccn nuf bet fccijfte SKontng unb finb Bffonbcrc in Slje aSefonbcrSbUKpc spteifc flubicjcn I SEBcmt Deutscfees Dieijstpersonal Icfett te Me fceittfdjeit bic togltd rtuf bet fcdtftett PRICE TWO NEW JUNE PRICE TWO 12 SUSIE MATER to botho 104 the residence of the parents of tbo and Theodore June BELLI to 8T VAfi May by the SAMUEL VAN KANST to both of this on the gtb of daughter of eorge and Mary Willoughby Iu the 3d year of her Funerikl Juno CATHERINE mtpof Relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral from ber late 137 2d avo on Tuesday June 10 at 10 It is kindly requested that no llowets bu June at the residence of Millarn at Kad VlHOINIA wlte of Jacob Weeks after a lingering Relativee nnd friends of the family arc invited to attend the funeral services Irom the above on the 10th at 11 Trains by New Jersey Central Railroad leave Liberty at returning at June PETEB ia the 30tu yeir b bis Relatives and also members ot Hobo ken and and Pental respectfully invited to attend tho funeral irom his late resi dence 412 Washington on Thursday Juno ISOOTnt 2 Montreal papers Press and Le Monde also Oaweeo please June MAHOAHET beloved wife of Hugh aged M Will he buried trom her Mount June 1 Services at JaoohK OuuroU at friends take 12 oclock train on Haven road from Carriages will meet Juno at his 413 8th LEO Funeral services will take plsco Juno at 10 Relatives and friends in Omit at Jersey on June WILLIAM in Urn SOth Relativro and friends of tho family and mem bers of Superior ot aro invited to attend fho funeral services on Monday June ftt 8 from his late Juno MICHAEL aged 32 Funeral irom hislale J5ast56tb Jnne at 1 oclock June at White TIMOTHY of New In his 67th Notice of funeral Jvme GEOKOE a native of the County His friends and relatives are invited to attend his funeral from 18 Vandam at 10 thence to Anthonys Sullivan where a solemn high mass will place for tho repose of his June athisUte residence at Wost FREDERICK in his 71at Funeral on llth on arrival of train leaving Chambers at Juno after a short GEOSOE aged 60 Relatives and friends aro ruspest ully in to attend the Spring Wednesday afternoon at 2 Burial fn rest after ashort on Snn June THOMAS only son of James and Mary Funeral services Tuesday evening at 8 at his late 314 West st Rel atives and friends Interment Wednes day morning at the 8th RMMA wife of George aged 47 The relatives and friends of the famfly are re spectfully to nttond the funeral from tho Jaiie Methodist ou 1 Interment at Cypress at on Jane JOHN in the 69th year of his t services June at P in the feecond Reformed domer t N Relatives and friends are invited without further Train leaves foot erty at 1 P M June OOBKELIA widow of Harvey A Relatives and friends aro invited to tttend the fuMepiil from her late The 264 West 57th 10th Q oclock s f June VIHOIHIA 13XB of James Ifuneral from her late 304 Grand ut Juno ONKO aged i s Funenil from his lain 267 18th 10th a oclock In the 55tb year of bii affQ Relatives and friends and tbe raombers of organizations with which tho do ceased was connected are requested to attend the funeral from the Simpson Olorindnt and Willoughhy Junfl at 10 Jane OHAitLES T MEA agod 30 son of aud Mary services at tho residence cf his pftrentei 510 Greene Tuesday at H Interment at venienoe of June JOHN 1uneral on June from tho residence of hift 441 Clerroont to of the Qiaisoa and Madi son Bridgeport papers please on Junn HUTU infant daughter of Francis and Marie aged 10 SO Chief of the Secret fBPECIAL TO THE Juno of the Secret and since August last in the Customs was today placed in temporary charge of the Secret to succeed Acting Chief ap pointed one week aso to succeed Chief who refused to Chief Brooks is the Sloice of Secretary but Irlnce Unsell is opposed to him and wauts De tective whom the Knights of Labor Another candidate is of Now supported by Senator whom the Knights of Labor entered a against today with the Secretory of the Congressman McKinley is supporting of an agent in tho while exRepresentative Warner is supporting The it in will not make a permanent appoint ment before Julr ExChief Bell is utiougly indorsed by the labor people for His home is in New Al DaaTgettt fFFECIAL TO THE 1 June Pro bate Court was petitioned this morning by the Bigelow and Cannon Manufacturing 9f New to throw Al Daggett into ExJudge Lynde Harrison opposed the motion on behalf of and a postponement was ordered until June 3 when it is expected that all the creditors will be Lived Ninetysix Daya on TO THE I June fifteen years died here this morning after ninetynix consecutive His stomach and bowels were paralyzed and would not retain Life was sustained on 9ur flit cine Stefte uni 10 filt ii oer oufiec 4e SHE CALLED IN THE otbcntlid fnmae UrtiS file beut4e in ot toclAc tHolid son raetir nlS eiiiet Million tCcrfbntn ailcfcii is gielit feint tuv toelajt tntttttei cine telle ober mit to QC rinnni itojlcil cine ncow JUijaljl uoii Vtictn iu Caws Daahaway ifeii iUtmblef eed fountain pen that never Snwrio always lasts a anst a KjHiOn AU PEN HOW A PRETTY CENSUS TAKER GOT HER QUESTIONS MISS irEtHHEIS LIVELT EXPEBIESOE WITH A BIO Ejected from the SUe Returns with a United States Officer and Marches the Stubborn One to Another Woman Hind When Asked Her Thirtyfive census three of whom were young crowded into the United States DistrictAttorneys office in tho Federal Building early yesterday morn They all looked and a few of the younger men dropped into profanity because they were fooliu1 around an losin as they expressed instead ot being out gathering names for Uncle Sam at two cents a For the first time since the United Statss began the censustaking business the pub lic had a chance to nee what female enumer ators wore They were really quite pretty All the questioners had come down by order of Supervisor Murray to swear out warrants against certain wicked and lawdefying people who refused to an swer any of the questions put to them in the name of the United States of It was a notable fact that not one of the com plaints was issued against any one who re iused to answer only the disease and mort gage the thirtyfive enumerators hod finished swearing aud tbe clerks could write down no more complaints tho DistrictAttor ney bad accumulated fortysix United States Marshal Jacobus scurried around and sent his bestlooking deputy marshals around with the young women enumerators to arrest thewicked people who defied The expedition that had the toughefittime consisted of Enumerator Hiss Katie McKinney and Deputy Marshal Miss Katie is a buxom young woman with velvety cheeks and soft brown Bhe complained that when she called on Schonewald and her daugh ter at 213 West Sixteenth lust they swore at her in and threatened When the expedition reached the Schonewald household yoster TrautJeld sent Miss Katie ahead to She got into hot water right The Schonewalds own the house and live ou the ground They knew Miss Katie they saw ordered her to get I wont get says whats heres a United States officer to arrest Juat as I told you last Schonewald and har daughter erika rushed at Miss Katie and Miss Katie So fastwas she fleeing that she nearly upset Marshal Trantfeld at tho The van back to and Mamuia a heavily built butspry woman of only sixty up a carvingfork aud resolved to sell her census informatiou MarshalTratitfeld waved hiswar taut oatitiovisly and When he got Mamma Schonewald tried to poke the canrjns fork into Traut feld IB alean soul and a good He grabbed the oldwoman and soon shook the idea into herheadthafc she Then she put down her carving fork aud marendered to the United States authori WhetfMamma Schonewald United States Commissioner John Shields slio wa clad in deep So was her daughter The old lady hadnt lost hfir fine sense of She made IIP her mind that now was the time to and promptly had a It consiHted of rock in KB of the noddingx of the head also gasps and It was evidently in tentled for but missed the mark by a big Minn iihiumttrator Katie was sworn to tell the and snid I called at their houne aiid they wouldnt tollme anything about 1 offered to leave blanks for themto but they refised to put their nanies pn deep groan bv I I wan a census aud it wan a and a fie of and I was nice and polite as 1 could A deeper Then the old lady swore at me in Vigorous and negatiye groan by the old lady from tho depthx of her block crepe Daughter TPrederika Sohonewald wan MyOTother doesnt understand very she So many people are coming around and asking us to putournaines on papers that wo dacsent Why mother try to stick a fork in the Marshal asked Commibsioner Shie ds Sohonewald groanedtandcrithan ever and doubled up like Shes cramps explained that was a sne didnt want tojBtick a fork into She dont Is to answer the questions and affirmative gruan from Mrmma Schonewald answered theCom missioners Ho Miss Katie pulled out her bjaijksjand pencil and Fronerlka answeredtnequestions to a running accom ofniaternal snd farresounding well Katie anked she any acute or chronic disease said Fred She added the information that their houso was mortgaged to a man where whosn name she didnt came around aud got his in Youre said Commissioner Instantly the nramps and hysterical misfit The naif hurried The idea of her getting off without anv exoiaimedMiss Katie indignat and mo with only four cents for my whole said shed throw water on me if 1 came nearher Deputy United States Marnhal Bnskirk brought In Bridget a stout and detcrminedlookinir widow of a certain aso and gowri of profound She keens a grocery ot 41 Olarkuon and was arrested on complaint of Enumerator Minn Jennie Do of 72 Jane street I was waiting On a gentleman at my soria fountain who was buying wheii this yoo selling him hard stuff asked the J I call piokles hot at everybody I dont haid in came this three gniffs of acorn an she says Whats your she like IfLftei leiily tried to a vconsus and slie very a vcenaiiH ami its alie very Im waitinirjpn eays gentlemen first with And withjhat out KOBB my young lady an other her dressed un to with her yaljer dresu an a bit o red ribbon around thats all I know of her saw of Did you ohwbftfa her because she wore an govm asked DistriotAttorney V but with ber fine dress and her red ribbon to wait a few minutes an not go flouncin off without MIHS De Freest is a pretty Her side of the story be beird today at 10 Amanda an enormous colored woman iu a bright blue gown with yellow polka who lives at 261 West Fortyseventh pleaded She was allowed a few hours grace to see whether shell answer the questions or Miss Mary of BO Cherry told Enumerator Battersou last week that her ace was nono of nnd cut him out of her grocery vtore when ho asked her whether she or her husband WBB bead of the An me alter just tellin him me name was explained Mies Mur Her case was adjourned until this So was tbo case of Marie of 138 West Thirtyeighth a house of ill wns the case of Kate fil Bleecker INDORSE HARRISONS Worlds Fair ccivcd fn Welt Re IEPECIAL TO THE June remarks made by Chauncey upon his return from about the projected Colum bian were read with interest His that in order to attract foreign exhibits it will be necessary for the Government to take control of them and to that they will be well taken care of and sent safely back is warmly in George of the Chicago Board of who happens to bo and Representative of Chairman of the Worlds Fair Committee of the both heartily sustain Dopews Some supplementary legislation will be said but it will not be necessary to have it introduced in Con gress until tho beginning of the next ses sion in It took five separate acts to cover the Philadelphia Centennial The Worldn Fair not put tho whole thing under the control of the Federal and it will be for Jonitrons at tho proper time to enact whatever additional legislation mav bo required to give the fiirnign exhibitors the security they have a right to liepresentative Candler is as enthusiastic over the Worlds Fair an ho ever Our he is ready to receive suggestions from the Chicago irom Federal from or from any other good and authoritative we are watchi g the sub clupely Of course we expect that home supplementary legislation will be but none Bfems to be needed until the work at Chicago lias proceeded I have no he that any further appropriation will be re The supplementary legislation be in the nature of simpliiyiug giving possibly more of a certain and to give fuller The Japanese I be exhibit ever and iu every way I am confident that the Fair at Chicago will be a My Committee will do everything possible to help CLAD IN HER BRIDAL A Girl Aivalia Burial and Her Affianced la in n SPECIAL TO THE 1 June The body of Miss clad in her bridal was to have been buried this afternoon in Alfred but an official order stopped tho Miss Ellisdied on Saturday at the General Hospital iu this city from natural causes it was supposed at The efforts the eirl made to compel a young man to marry caused an investi Coroner Tucker and two detectives investigated the case and concluded that there Vias no cause for crimiuial proceed This afternoons developments caused the Coroner to empanel a jury to investigate the case and the funeral was Miss Elliss folks are respectable country and she was a very bricrht girl and a society She loft her home in INK for Buffalo to obtain a place in an art paint ing where she displayed remarkable In aSwan street boardiughouso she became acquainted with James a Western Union telegraph with whom she wan deep y in IMcCJoPreii says lie loved the when lie found in adelicate condition he refused to marry and in her desperation Bhe hail him arretfred for He confessed to the police that ho would have married her tbe Ho foucrht the chartfo and Miss Ellis then resorted to and both herself and clikl are The physicians implicated will bo aiTeSredbn a oharsie of double Miss Ellin in her casket is clad in the crcamcpjorecl satin dress which she umdo to wear vVlipu she would marry The physicians say that while bloodpoison ing was the direct cause of a broken heart was more than a contributing Thatman could have saved her said the if he hail acted like an honorable man and proon himself worthv of her She was the loveliest woman I ever A TUG AFTER LA The French Liner Pasned on Sunday Her Halls There1 excitement in maritime over tho rumor that the French steamship La which last was return ing in a The rumor rqrieinated in the report of liner which got in froniQhVeow captain re ported that on last Sunday when about 200 miles east of Sandy he with sails oro oertingialbugivory slowly and bound The agents qf the French line think that the captain waV The Bourgogne has beeiiveceritjy relitiod with some new on her last trip caused becomiuK Agent that when tho liiBhtedlfiSslvfp she was liove to on account or someheaTert Had nhe been in need of aeVnUanra ulie would have signalled tho the agents Agout ijorget orderea out the tugboat Pul ver at 11 in the with orders to find if she was in any way her return to this Forget Expected to hear from tup by telegraph from Fire Island at 0 oclock last but tliere was no telegram at that ho seemed satisfied that there was nothlifsr in tlie report of the The Pulverbad not returned to her pier at A Beautiful The words and music of Tho Song of uhvr will be issued free with FEASK LESLIES out morrow A gem for all quartets and sing V A few of the offices in the Pulitzer Building have ft unobstructed nprth which renders them unusually desirable for architects It will be open to tenants pyery hour day and The very reftsdpable rentals cover steam electric lipht and Apply World 81 Park REFORMED PRESBYTERIANS FIND FAULT WITH THE Will THEY DECLINE TO SUPPORT HIM JOB A SECOND TEEM Tlioy Say He Loads His Tnblc Wllb Rosy Tipples anil tliat VicrPiCBident Morton Is Even n Bigger Sinner Is incnclcil Gnocl niul lad The members of tho Synod of the Beformed Presbyterian Church of America adminis tered a sharp rebuke to rrenident Harrison and VicePresident Morton yestorday for allowing wine to be bervcd at their By the same vote the Synod commended and John Wanamalter for their flrm stand on the prohibition There was practically no debate on the adoption of the report of the Committee on Temperance which thus praised tho PostmasterGeneral and blamed his and the vote adopting the report was 80 pronounced is tho attitude of the Reformed Presbyterian Church on the question of total abstinence ana prohibition that tho report of the com mittee pitching into tho President of the United States did not call forth one word of defense from his partisans in the And thoro were many Bepublicans present as In a member of tho Synod estimated that a goodly majority of them are Yesterday was tho fifth dajof the sixty firstnicuting of the Tho bodyisinore than a century and its members proudly claim spiritual descent from the stern Scot tish Covenanters who did not shrink from martyrdom in the old days for tho Good of their One hundred and ninety liolu cates were present at yesterdays which began at 0 oclock in the morning in the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Thirtyninth west of Seventh The of is tho Tho delegates rep resent 12i roommuni cants and about twice aw many more regular attendants at tho One of the iirht pieces of business yesterday was the presen tation of the report and resolutions drawn up by the Committee on Tlin Committee consists of the the of the of Hickory tho of aud Elders nnd The report of the Committee was otronglr in favor of the prohibition of tho sale or manuiaetnro of alcoholic liquor lit This is hmv it beunn Wo note with special Butlsfaclion tua exam ple bet by md lu jyivlns their splcudiu entertainments ithotit iUls is u uoljio It iu to tho cause or The ctlscusblona uicm tho subject of ttipipor which have innrlted tho present Congress uml the fact that ai ouiai is upon the effects ottilo use of m toxjcallnLT Honors ujfon society the fact tuat tho liliUs of onirrcss have ouhocd to rouufls of applause culled Jorth hy the utterailcro ofthe niogt ratliial jrohibitlon indictttoan oncouraffiufr growth in the right After a piiracraph netting forth the strength and wealth of tlie liquor interest nt this there followed this condem nation of President Harrison and Vice Preaideut Morton On state occasions liquors weisrht tho tabJes presided over hy oui1 jstian Ileaidont and his The Vicorresiuent goesjin thin respect to ft Kieitter derives a proilt from the salo of lltiuorH in the prnijerty svhicli he owns or ijiorfe wnd many other llitis untions 01 the dunpor to bo apprehended from the lliuor tralno belore it is evident that the voice ol tho Ohurch ought to sound out on tho side of sohrioty for the person Biid prohilutiou Ior the We rocornuioiKl the following That the law 01 total ansunonte be most lifridly enlorced by the courts of the and any known violations of this law bo promptly acted That tlio sessions warn their people asuiugt the use of intoxicants for inedkmftl IUT poses oicept upon ihe ndvice of reputable plivsi Tliat our sessions be directed to use duo caution to secure tho iinfermonted juice of ihe tjraio for tho Lords f Wo acraln approve of Prohibition as 1lie only efficient means hy which the Siatonan deal with tho jiqiior aud urire our people to do utl they can consistently to secure and en force record our emphatic disapproval of the example of all especiaJlv urh in as tar as they nid or abet tho direful Tho third resolution read as follows before it was changed Since there Is no lomjer a necessity for tho use of intoxicating wine iu tho Lords Supper conirroyations are directed to use tho iruit of the vino eo prepared that it is not a The report and resolutions were unani mously adopted without any The second section of the report dealt with the tobacco The Committee on Temperance recommended that Elders and members of the church are forbidden to engage in the traffic of and siqns of the church are directed to see that this recommendation is acted Rum and tobacco were not the only evils rebuked by the The Tay Secretary of tho American Sabbulh delivered a hot talk against Sunday newspapers and Sunday railway He called on tho Synod to stir up a potent pnb licsentimont against One minister of his ho had by hard and persistent labor reduced the circulation of tinnday newspapers in his parish by twentylive copies the nast The Sunday newspapers are making havoc amouK a multitude of said He ilium rated his theory by a supposititious conversation between a Rood editor and a bad Tho bad editor said There are two classes in tUo commu tlie cood and the I publish a Sunday paper for tho The gopd editor did not publish on The Kynncl adouted resolutions thaulnng Mr Taylor for his A SAD PAIR OF Harridan niul IHarton Hlorlfncil at tlie HytioclH TO THE June President Harrison and YieoPrcHident Morton lire chagrined and humiliated by the censure passed upon them by the Presbyterian Synod at New on tho former for drinking wine and on the latter for selling And Postmastor General is proportionately gratified at receiving the Synods praise for his But notwithstanding the Synods prajse it is not at all unlikely that tlie PostmnstcrGenerai become a dis penser of wine at his social entertainments before either the President or VicePresi dent makes the desired reform in other President Harrison has rever been a total Heiu inclined to be asthmatic and occasionally needs an alcoholic stimu has always been very moderate in his confining it as nearly as possible to As soon as he became a candidate for the how he yielded to the popular tendency so far as to drink whiskey over an India apolis When he came to the White Houne lie was disposed to be frugal and temperate as but he found it utterly impossible to get along without anlertaine the Con the Army and the Judiciary and iplomatln and he was HOOII con vinced that a social dinner without wine would be a Hat And so more in sorrow than out of necessity than out of pure wioked President Harrison hap had to g vo wine to his guests with He finds that even when he is not inclined to imbibo himself tlie hospitality of the day and the etiquette of the position demand the giving of As for VicePresidftnt he prides himself on having always livedand enter tained like a He did it before ho was and ho cannot afford to do less When he Elves a of he gives not as a private indi vidual but as a represent tivo of the United States and as such he ought to give his not tile kind of dinner that be would personally but the kinn of entertainment that he has reason to believe they like PostmasttiGcnoral has had to fiKht hard with himself to avoid adoptine tJe same view and acting 1 er sonallyhoiB an conscientious tee earnest and conscientious and stubborn that lie hau excluded wine 1rrnn all his Considering tho position lie holds in the church and the Sundayschool n cord he has he has regardedthis course so far as but in talking with his friends he candidly admits lie is sorry for Ho rcgiets thud bis obligations to his principles arid to his Sundayschool have made it impossible for him to entertain in Washington as ho honestly believes a Postmaster ieneral oiifirht to He adniits he lias found his window dinners to be flat and in dead failures and he has not been able to avoid the feeluic that his principles and those of his Sundayschool are entirely out of place at a Cabinet Queers dinner to iic men in Ho has felt indeed that bo was a little out of place himself at such a dinner and in such a Not that he is at all weakening his grip on temperance but that ho is convinced that in the cireuttistancoii in which ho himself a social dinner with out wine in not consistent with either the most liberal hospitality or polite Although very PostmasterGen eral is not at all devoid ot He finds lots of fun in telling his friends how uncom fortable ho Inlt at the dinner which ho yave to tho and which was attended also by ioiue other leading public men like Vicepresident Speaker Reed and Tom As noon as they entered the diningroom Wio guests took seats and im mediately started in to chat pleasantly all was not in accord ance with the strict religious decorum of Wanamakora The PostmasterGen eral Ktood up at tho head of the The party wondered why he didnt sit and what he was waiting Ho was waitinu tor tho silence which at Wanamakera table always precedes the prayer which always procees the The guests didnt catch no to until Wanamaker had actually to extend his arms and spread out his suppliant hands in a kind of mule appeal for The prayerful attitude ot the host brought the yiicrtts to their and immediately ail rose to their greatly humiliated that tlicy hadnotltuowD before what Was expected of The prayer was said and all sat dowu to dinner with very humble doesnt hesitate to declare as a social that dinner wan a disiral ApolllnariB was tho most inspiring drink on the table from begimiiuR to and it failed to rally the guests who had been so demoralized at the It was after that dinner that Secretary Blaine JH said to have told that story about relative prominence of ivine and water in the said tho Secre is frequently mentioned with favor iu the When our Saviour came earth one of the nrit thinas lie dlil to i prove his divinity was to vstor into when about ti take his one of the last thinaa lie did to show his love for his disciples was to give them wine ami to Giiiotn them to drink it often in re mmnbmnco nf On the other said tho you may search the whole leugth and breadth of the and you will ilntl only one who ever mentioned Ho only lUkod for a sin gle drop nf and ho was in which in all probability was the place for A Great af tlin Blnciitt tiiiil Cracker fKPFClAL TO THlt I Juno cracker rnatiufacturers combine is With a capital of 000 the cracker busi ness of the United States will hereafter bo conductor by three several months tho representatives of cracker bakeries in tho country have been holding meetings in he different cities East and The result of thesis moetintts was the organization of tho New Biscuit Company with a capital of Into this pool were taken all the leading cracltcr bakers of Now New Jersey and the New England Then the United States Uakiug with a capital of and it took in all the bakeries ol anynoto in the States of Indiana and Michigan and a part of the State of Within the oast week the American Biscuit and Manufactur ing Company organized the third gigantic cracker which is to control tho leading cracker bakeries of the West and President of the Doxier Cracker was seen by a said It was stated that ive wore brganizing a Trust to control tho nud the im pression was left with the public that we in tended to cause the organisation to increase the price of crackers to That impression is The United States has been divided into three grand The object of the consolidation of inter ests is to economize in the matter of manufacturing their There is no desire ti advance One of the biggest itonis of expense in bur busi ness is the army of travailing nlon Behave on the under the consolidation one set of travelling men can manage the busi whereas each factory to em ploy All this economy will enable us to make crackers The executive offices of the New York Bis cuit Company are in the Mercantile Ex change at Hudson ana Harrison Amor it General Man and was asked by a WOKLU reporter to tell something about the I am absolutely ignorant on the sub said The Treasurer of the cor poration is George of the Dyna mite Match Company in Uunue He may be able to give you some if he cannot you may as give up the search fur office of Treasurer Johnson the re porters card was returned to him with the statement that Johnsnn is too buny to be seen The last firm in this city to be absorbed by the new coroorjitiou was Holmes Franklin More mystery was met with A member tho flrm becume indignant at the reporters He knew he about the officers of tho new concern nor the number of firms nor indeed anything except chat he had been bought H was said by i wellinformed who stipulated that his name be not the concerns absorbed niOiUile the Kenncly and Boston Bent fc Pier on New Van Dcrveer Wilmers i iscuit Brinkorhniler and Anger of this city Brooklyn Newark lil mor A Lnraboe t of this andsevoral smaller It not pro posed to close up all theso but they will ail bo under one The principal manufactory will bo in this re block streets j will be not only the largot and biscuit fac tory in the butitwill biggest manufacturing concern in The cost will be between and BOSS PLATT NOW DIGS A But When These Ponderous Beasts Tumble In Where Will the Wily Platt Be RESORTED TO MOB Columbus Street Kallwav Strikers Carry n Point by I SPECIAL TO THE V June Tho strike of tho streetcar employees is assuming n serious and considerable nueasiuesB is mani fested The today on High streetwhen tho GQiisoiiclated Company attempted to run cars tho LoiiBt street line was something to which Columbus is not The company is bjamod for making tho attempt just at the noon when workingmen were re leased from their places of It was announced on Satur after the Company and the men failed to aetee iu their that oars would be run under police protection Monday It was when the police squad loft the Central Station for the Lone street The company had enough new men to man age a dozen but it was decided to run only It was when the first one left the barn with six policemen on Scarcely was it outside tho barn doors a dozen Btriltdrs boarded it and began to argue with tho conductor aud driver leave the but they immov As the strikers got on and Tobf included it was tor ing they managed to throw it from tho track As tho coutru of tho city was reached tho car was surrounded by a dense crowd and finally when six squares from the Capitol it was lifted from tho track and with the policemen in to the where it was The driver and the conductor made their escape iu tho crowd and there was nothing to do but take tho horses to tlie after which the strikers pushed what wore left of the caifl back to tbe barn by Tho second car was a little more success Itmanacedto reach High but when it turned round ou that street it came atonce into a dense throng of at least fli 000 people that packed the ing men and all jWitlt the Here was a perfect A stonemason drove his cart in f tho horses and they OhtjeV stopped it was impossible to go cpuld not do it without walking The police laborppo hard to keep the people awaJf tho but they wove Finally it was picked up and wiso of the while came from the crowd in the aud Fnr half au hour this tutfrijjtnous scene Someone called the Sixteenth Ecgimentl aud an ominous growl carne in response from tbe determined Finally tho driver steppod irom the where two policemen had been guarding and was at once seized and hurried He caped from his captors and ran up an alley in a shower of stones one of which hit anil barlly wounded Tho Finally the horses were backtotlte stables nnd the strikers pushefl cheering as they went back tp the three miles M The Mayor requested the ttempt to run any more they agreed not to do Tho City Council tonight adopted requesting the Company to its car lines at either asked or agreeing to submit the tlon to a board of they refuse to do solicitor is authorized to in court to oust the Company from The Company oftkern night that they Jo not know what thsJtjVttj do t er are detertnAiied not to accede to tho demand of the meii more They will ask for military Preferred fllotlcut June John ThomTK pastor of the Firit Unitariig read his resignWipui yesterday because his desired iim to live iu a 000 homestead A BIGFIRE IN Hyde Bchmana Theatre Ablaze After Hyde it Behmans on Adams near Myrtle Brook caught fire tliia morning at and at this time of writing the fire is spreading rapidly in all Sam uel janitor of the dis covered the flames in rear of tho theatre and hurried to the Glassis wife and three children were asleep on tho top He awoke them and got them safely to the street On Fulton street is tho big Adams Build the rear of which rests against the To this building the flames soon spread and in a very short time this building was also Tho Fire De partment was by this time pouring tons of water into the two but seemingly without The theatre and the big office building at this time of writing are in flames from top to The theatre will bo a total Tlia roof of the office builrting j threatens to fall The huge sparks tlint fill tho air have just sot fire to tlio Park wlvrch is roof being the first part to take News has just been received that a big carpenter shop opposite will take Tlio Germauia Savings Bank adjoins Hyde The Fire Department is iu charge of Chief Novins and the police in command of At tho ercat TArooUlyn fire twelve years ago Hyde Behmans was used as a morgue for tho dead bodies taken from tho burned Both the Park and Hyde Behmnns were closed for the and were undergoing It looks at present as if Brooklyn will have the largest fire in its willed to the by the late The whoso salary is and who has jxiwt purchased ft clared that tlie additional expense of such an establishment was entirely too heavy for The Society then proposed to use half of the house Ior sewingcircles aud meet but this made the homestead ratner ess desirable to tlie paitor than the result was that he withdrew rather than engage iu any Worm Wia Not Womr Chin Fbo went on a picnic yester His he has been plotted among his Hott street was not Hero is an article which he wroto on arriving home rimiou louoyntou at auout ji the loot of ami ramo back about 8 M Theve Tverd apoyt eibt hundred i eo Je of tbetubeluk Sundayschool GOOD AIB PURIFIER IK to the h BoftD tba HAHITAS 1U THE welMcnown furniture home of O i 104 Wait 1 4tU U offering uloui catna Iu ome o IJNX ffering ulouialUBg STILL CASTING UP ITS The Body f n ncnutlfn Girl round in the Enul In a pinestained coffin at the Morgue yestovday lay tho body of a beautiful girl that had been found early in the day float ing in the East llivorat Twentythird On the wooden rack which around the sides of the grim house which shelters the unknown dead were many BUoli looking hy courtesy called In tho one adjoining that in which the yonng girl lay was the body of a while near by lay ineu and disease and It ia rarely that tho officials connected with the gruesome place display any emo With them it is the man had been in was of no moment to Ho was and with dead men they But with the young stranger yesterday tho men about the Morgue at onconoticocl her uncommon Hers Her hair was lieht browij and neatly as if she had just loft some affectionate mothers Thpiinh under medium height and apparentlynot more than seventeen years form was well When taken Irom the water the hpdytwas dressed in A dark ciocn cloth black gray muslin chemiseiblack stockings and button Judging from its the body been in the water more than four Who the girl was in life was riot made known up to a late Judging from her clothing she was the daugh ter of a respectable The absence of any marks of violence on the body removes all ideas of foul Buf who this beautiful wan may never bo In a weeks unless body will be laid in one of the big trenches on Harts and clerk at hislittle desk at one end of the Jlorsuo will writo in a big Young M Weather For New Connecticut and Eastern New fair aliaJUly warmer variable The following record shows tbe changes in the temperature for the past twentyfour in comparison with tbe correspond ing date of last ax indicated by the thermometer at Perrys pharmacy 3 u u 12 85 7i 75 IS Fant to V i scbedale of trains to Baltutora and Wasliintfton in operated by tbe Jersey and and AU trains equipped Mith Pullman Parlor and Sleeping Punctual seisj dtitioDs foot of Liberty Tlie PostDispatch In represented In tbe in a bualnaus by MAX of tug Tribune Buildinefwom Yorn lTbo PoutDiapatch Id treat local paper of Include it m all cutimatet toe adiertii Ajk your grocer for V CRUSH THE SCHEME The Union Pacific Doomed to Suffer for Its ITS LATEST GRAB That Funding Bill Will Meet the Fate It Richly SETTLE IT IS THE CRY Tho Union Pnclflo Will Be Better Flensed If Legislation on tlin BUI Be but Several Amendments Are Being 1reimred by men Wliloli Will IHatee the Corpora tion Union FaclDo Rnilrond IHrectors Are Xleportcd us Believing tlint They Are in tbe lllclit In liosnrd to the Iroposed Giturnnlcc of Oregon Sliort Line and They Aro Goiim rsPECTAL TO THE 1 June com prehensive exposition of the efforts now being made by the Onion Pacific Eailroadto secure an almost unlimited extension of the enormous debt long since due the Govern ment created a eonsatiou in ConEreaaionul circles The astonishiner statement that the Union Pacific Railway Company had resolved to guarantee principal and in terest on worth of the Oregon Short Lino and Utah Northern collateral trust 5 per secured by a majority of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company provoked very general comment and in some quarters the sharpest Tho brief statement that the Union Paciflo had determined upon this move was made some days ago in the financial but received little attention and TBE WORLDS exhaustive account rras the flrflt intelligence received by many Congress No one could be found today who would uphold tho action off the Union Pa cific in what must appear to be a direct vio lation of the law of which distinctly forebade in unequivocal terms the of new stock or making of mort gages or pledges on the property or future earnings olthe Company without eave of except for the ourposo of funding and securing debt now Senator McPherson takes the most radical position in this He stands iu lino with THE and declares that he will fight to the bitter end any attempt tp pass the fundingbill as it now Tlio Senator is particularly struck with the in justice of permitting the corporation to borrow millions of the Government at nominal rate of The Senator ia entirely satisfied that there is no authority in law for the proposed issue of of collateral trust and repeats with emphasis tho sentiment credited to him iu todays I regard i t as a a very bold he for tho Union Pacific to guaran tee theae lands at a time when it ia asking favorn from Congress and trying to Hecure such favorable terms on the loan it desires from tho Senator will not content himself with criticising tho Union Upon the first opportunity ho will call the Funding bill up for action in the Senate and will endeavor to make the measure thoroughly odious to the railroads by so amending it as to increase materially the rate of intcroatiipon the enormous Representative of with bis colleague of the same name from made such a gallant fight aeainst the Outhwaite billin tlie Fiftieth Congress no doubt secured its is very enthusi astic in speaking of THE WORLDS work in preventing the consummation of the Representative Anderson declares that he will not confine himself to filibus tering in tue present He believes that the Bonne of the House is strongly against the and that tho Funding an reported by the House Committee on Pacific will never become hvtf Representative Chairman of th6 and one of the most enthusiastic champions of the Outhwaite does net believe that any important measure affect ing railroads will be passed at the present He is sanguine of secnrine tlie filial enactment of the Funding bill re ported from his but he realizes the accuracy of TUB WOBLDS statement that the Pacific railroads will be better pleased if legislation can be postponed until next The railroads will find in Eopresentatire of afoemaa worthy of their He has declared he will wase relentless war upon the Funding bill and upon any other measure which would errant to giant monopolies such un heardof Thomas is a Re but he is opposed to the measure reported from Dalzells BepubUcan I was delighted to see the clear and strong statement ol the case made iu TUB WOHLP said I am satisfied the majority of the present House look upon thia matter from my point of and will vote aeainst the Funding bill when it cornea I shall not stop at I shall oppote with all my influence the en actment of any discriminating legislation intended to ansist tlioBo great corporations at the expense of the I have already prepared an amendment to the Funding which will prohibit the Pacific Bailroad from discriminating in favor of any partic ular telegraph company or other and I am satisfied the bill reported to tbe House can be so amended aa to be thor oughly unsatisfactory to the railroad com It is reported that in addition to the Btrontr influence wielded by Senator McPherson the railroads will find arrayed against them in the upper House of Congress xeveral promi nent and powerful among them Senators 1lumb ana of SOTHEYARE GJNG The Union PuclHca Directors Think They Are All Right SPECIAL TO THE June reeard to the story about the Union Psoifio printed exclusively in this mornings ihe   

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