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World (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, New York, New York ThiB Sunday TRUH STORY OF A PRETTY TYPEWRITER IN NEW YORK THE LITTLE SCHOOLMARM RECEIVES LBTTEES EVERY See THe Sunday CIRCULATION GUARANTEED GREATER THAN T4AT 0F ANY TWO OTHER AMERICAN RS ivFRAGE NUMBER OF COPIES CIRCULATED PER DAY QQC QA R DURING THfe FIVE MONTHS OF THE PRESENT 1 O Circulation Bootis Open to AH SBcitlt 3ie cine Steflc Ufcn SU We bcutfdjm Slnntmcim auf ber fediften Sffiontng unb SoutwlJcnb finb Bcfotibfit In bUttgc ffitctfe FROZEN WOULD BKPORTBR SEOURKS ON AN JOEDART AND LEAENS HOW ODSTOMEKS ABE ANOTHER STORY BY A WOULD REFOETER ACCOMPANIES A WOMAN See Tlics Sunday PRICE TWO NEW JUNE PRICE TWO 12 June Rt tho rostdence of the brides 60 South Portland tlio NATALIE dftuclitcr of SMvfttore CKftrn to Louis EDWIN June MCCARTHY to SAMOEt both of O Run June ftt tho residence of ttn brides South by the THOMAS GRANT of West to MAKIA BROWU EisBETai dauBb tor of James June sooond daupihtpr of Klohard and Kate acod 2 0 Funeral from residence ot her 808 3d Saturday at 2 on June OiUOljINE widow of tho late William of Sine Funeral June from at 11 Interment at Dale Sini on tho arrival of tho train from How beloved wife of Andrew 105 Clinton June MAHIB Interment at Ran Vranoisoo papers please June JOHN WAHD son of Maria Oolfax Ward and tile Into Henry Funeral Hervicea from Ilia late residence at on June at CarriaKesin waiting on arrival of train tliat leaves the foot of Oortlandt ana Dee broHsen at Jnno at her Into resi 414 East 15th SARAH widow or the late Patrick Funeral from the Church of the Immaculate 14th and on Satur June at Interment in the sad tidings of tho reath of onr beloved father and JOHN and BEKNADINE Funeral services from Johns Lutheran 81 Christopher on Juno at 1 TnE SEER at the residence of her 50 Wall the late of West Funeral Juno 15 at 10 SAKAH beloved daughter of Mary and the Iflte Darby Funeral from her late 348 East 13th on Juno at 2 after lonR JOHN nt her 558 Jersey Jersey aped Funeral at 558 Jeraay Jersey at 2 on 14th insu Juno wife of Thomas In Her SHd Relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral from her late Bridtro on Juno at 2 aeed on Juno son of Mary Quirk and Bernard Funeral services will be hold Monday morn June at Anns Tront and Gold MEYEROn June beloved wife of in the 27tn yoar of her Funeral June at 3 from her Into 299 10th son of Patrick and the late Nancy at his fathers 460 Myrtle June aged 10 8 Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend tho funeral on Jnne Jit 2 oclock Interment at JJaw Train loaves Long Island City at SHOT DOWN BY HIS Traffic Killing of Frank Warrant ot During a Family TO THE June 1 3 Frank i of this was shot aud instantly kijlod at 2 ocloclt this morn ing by hiu flf teoiiyearold son The cload man was a travelling salcBman Ior a wagon company at and travelled principally in tho New England Ho was home Wednesday night and morning had some words with his wife over their domestic Ho left home oavly in the clay and wont to from which place bo returned Dnrrapj the uight tho Dimple and although he had been in bed Warren determined to leave the When par tially dressed ho was shot by tho who had come up bohinci Warren dropped When the police came the boy acknowl edged his crime and save up his was cool and merely sayiiiK that he shot because ho believed hia father about to do bodily harm to his Warren was but declared that the cause of the trouble could bo found in her husbands hip 8he said that Warren had a violent which was aroused a few nights before because ho claimed she had refused to put her arm about hia The quarrel thus started was renewed last Whon her husband arose and de clared he would GO she urged him to return to Ho threatened snyiug thathe would throw her through tho side of the She had just cot out of bed and tho quarrel was at its height when the boy made his appearance and Tha shot pierced the fathers Yonnsr Warren said that his mother had talked of snina hia father for a that his unfaithfulness to her had caused most of thin These statements aro Pftrtially borno out by letters the Coroner found in the dead mans There were endearing letters from some one who signed her name Eva and who marie en gagements to meet him at different Evidently she lives at There was also a picture of who is a goodlooking youns Besides the letters from there were other missives of a tender nature from women in the New England Myra Thompson is the name signed to one letter eent from a town in New From the contents of tho letter it was evi dent that Thompsons was to be married to but didnt want to become his as he was so many years her is visiting at Sprinc Warron was a fine looking fortysix yeara of age and his home was nicely fur Tho family moved here from Rochester three months ago already made numerous A Bis Sum Made June The Senate Com mittee has added 470 to the 447 appropriated by the Execu tive and Judicial bill as it pasnod the Of this addition 300 for the increase of clerical force in the office of the AsJJBtant Trenailer at Kow s A DcHorvcd June candidate for SereoantatArma of the Senate voted tor by the Democratic members today was Henry nf He haH beon nn official of the Senate for the past ten years and is one its imost faithful and efficient New York June Bliss has been appointed postmaster and Planftz Third New A Sanitarium is what the Pulitzer Building will The ocean breezes reach its upper stories fresh anrl Tenants will have ozone on ami an outlook unequalled in either It will be open to tenants every rentals coyer steam and office a Park HO FOR THE WEDDING MISS ANDERSON AND YOUNG NA VARRO TO MARRY ON MAET TELLS TEE IT WILL BE A QUIET An Interesting Clint with the Becintlfiil Actress at Her London Poos Not Want Any Public Ceremony or Pomp What tirifflu Thinks About tlio the Press FubHxMng ftw Fork CABLE PKBPATCH TO THE Juno to expecta Anderson has determined to have her weddins as quiet and exclusive as pos even at the rislc of offendinc any uiim ber of her friends nnd devoted und against the wishes ot and Griffin and the redoubtable Tony Navarro Miss Mary IOUK ago made up hor mind that she would become Navarro without any of the usual pomps and ties of tho wicked This afternoon THE WOULD correspondent visited Hempstead where dwell Griffin and his of which llnry will be a mernbor until Tuesday Sitting at tbo window of the room over looking the road was the worthy He wore a sad look on his Perhaps ho thouebt his services wore being shunted for those of at least a younger Whon THE WOULD man raiie the bell Miss Ander son herself opened the door very nuarly upsetting a rather short but good looking younu man dressed in a suit of dark who stood behind I bee your Tony she said I hope I did hurt Not at Its all vfas tho Is Griffin at homo WORLD Miss Mary smiled benignly as she answered Itis with yonraelf Miss Ander said THE that I want to Our people in America are deeply interested in all that interests and I would like yon to give some account of tho wedding cere mony which is to take place next If any women in tbis world can put on a bashful look that woman is Mary Slie actually She looked as pretty as a She was dressed in a most be coming gown of bluegray cloth and wore a broadbrimmed with a huge Wont you corae into tho EDO Our Mary is becoming quite you notwithstanding the slight remnant of her native America which sbo has not yet been able to throw THE WOELD correspondent followed her into the which is a pretty look ing out upon a In the hull was a bust in white marble of Miea Anderson herself and a beautiful painting in oils of tho same fair There were evidences of musical taste in the shape of a piano and a silverhooped What can I tell you she I was just going out for a there is not much to 1 want you to let me into the secrets of tho arrangements for your Miss said THE They will bo all she Wo are going to to married in the quiet est manner Only members of my family will be I have been com pelled to ignore even friends who havo been most kind to me while in Wo shall go away immediately after the cere said THE no cent no pretty bridesmaids Nothing of the I have no magnificent I have de cided that everything shall be perfectly I shall wear my walking most I hate I would rather the wedding should be entirely Tony was standing behind the door dur ing all this evidently impatient for the promised yot gazing with evident ad miration at his I am afraid I can give you noth ing Ill tell you what Ill Ill ask Griffin to conio to He will tell perhaps better than what ar rangements have been made and all about you will exoune wont yon 7 and without waiting for a reply Miss Mary sailed out of tho room and left THE WOULD man standing alone for a few Griffin then made his appear ance and without much ado unburdened I would have had hor married at tho he I would have had the thing done up in you I dont like her going off in this Neither does hor But she would have it herown And you she retires into private life It is no HBO arguing with She always hated too much Mary is going to be married at the little Catholic chapel by e wellknown No invita tions will be sent The only persons present will be her mother and her own with hia you is the daughter of Lawrence After the wedding Mary and her husband will start immediately for stopning at Dover over night and proceeding to Paris leisurely next Has Miss Mary quite recovered from her illness t asked THU the doctor I think I may say she has quite But it takes very little toupset even the fatigue of doing a litile shopping is too much for She comes in quite Thatillnean was a complete breakdown other nervous system consequent upon un ceaaine Yon see ahe wanted to do all the work She managed rehearsals and busineaB and It was more than she could It utterly prostrated Do yon think ahe will really retire from the stage for good and all that ie very hard to You never can tell what a woman is going to do or what may happen to make her alter her views and I think myself that she is acting very unfairly to her friends and tuo public and also to I dont suppose Navarro would like her to act any I shouldnt if I were her As THE WOBID finished the talk with Griffin Misn Mary and yonng Navarro were walking in ana towards happy Hamp itead POLITICS AND Gosalp and Actualities from European June Cunard steam ship from New arrived at Quoenstown last Sho reported that in latitude 43 and longitude 44 she sighted two immense one of which was 160 feet the famous Gorman professor of who has been half paralyzed and nearly blind since liin attack of influ enza last has boon awarded a pen sion by tho The North German Llovd stoamnhip Travo will sail with a new formerly ot the in place of who will com mand tho now steamship now build ing at The Czarevitch will begin his iouruoy round the world on starting from The Grand Dulte George will ac company He will visit tho Holy Japan and the United A fatal which revealed a occurred yesterday on board the bark Ida at West A sailorknown as Hans who had shipped as an anprontioe fell from the mastund was and was then discovered to be a SmithBarry served of mandamus yesterday on hia tenants iu the town of New to compel them to remove tho market thev had built Ior evicted Barry assorts that the market is built on laud of which ho holds tho This new move has caused great Tho Berlin police is busily Bearchine for Barons Maltzahn and who were lately cashiered from tho Imperial Guards for answering the San Francisco advertise ment offering rich American girls in matri mony to Tho Barons had issued draita which wero dishonored on presenta Deapatches from Cape Town report that Lo King of has re voked the charter granted tho British South African and that tho Matabeles are rising everywhere against t10 An explosion occurred yesterday in a dry ing chamber of the powder factory at Span Several workmen were and pzeat damage was done to the It is reported in Berlin that the nnnounco monts of du the ilinintor of relative to further military require were mado without tho consent of Chancellor von and that iu cou sequonce tho lesignation of tho War Minis ter may be Minister of Foreign Af yesterday appeared before tho Com mittee on Taxation of Foreign Heuidonts and stated from an international stand such a If would be con trary to existing treaties aud would raise numerous At a meeting of tho Budget Committee of tue Austrian Delegation yesterday Field Marshal Baron Minister of War for tho whole stated that tho peaoe of Jiurope was not and that therefore a considerable increase in the army was The cost of such increase would amount to from to OoO It is reported that the Sultan of Morocco has granted a concession to tho German giving him for three years a mo nopoly of the business of exporting wheat and A commercial convention be tween Germany and i Morocco has boon Honry Secretary of the United States and White will visit America in WELCOMING THE Germany Gives a Warut Reception to tlio American Juno the North Gor man Lloyd stoamer Fulda arrived at Bro merhaven today from Now deputa tions of riflemen from Brouior havea and Geestemunde wero waiting to welcomo tbo American riflemen of Gorman birth who are to tako nartintho grand shooting match which is to bo held at Pankow in Scbnider thauhod the deputations lor the cordiality of their Tho Americans then gave hearty cheers for the German The presidents of various shooting asso ciations received tho visitors at the All then entered carriages and were driven through the inspecting the the Market the the Rathskeller aud tho This evening the Americans attended a concert given in thoir honor in tho Tivoli The gardens were il Another Plot Aetiiiint tlio Juno Busxian Government has received information lead ing them that a now movement against tho life of the Czar is The guards in the Imperial Palace have been Tho examination of concierges and trades men has revealed nothing against the ar rpsted Paris who will probably be A public sentiment is rising iu their Tlio Senate anil the Turin June by tho De publican members of the Senate Finance Committee on tho Tariff bill is drawing to a Completed schedules of the ex those of tobacco aud have been given to the minority and Senator Carlisle is now engaged in preparing tbe report of the minority to accompany the presentation of the bill to the It naid that the majority will make no report in the shape of an argument in favor of tlie but will confine iUelf to thentatement of reasons for making the changes and the table showing the relative specific duties in cases where ad valorem dutips are laid in accordance tvith the resolution passed by the EUn Cordells I SPECIAL TO THE 1 June body of Ella the murdered was ex humed today at Tho examin ing physicians Bay she had been subjected to a criminal The of Indiifitry Imvo committee of live to Canton to exhaustively investigate the Fifer will be asked to give an additional A June Urgent Defi ciency bill just passed by the House appro priates for tho payment of pen Hlouo and for the expenses of the eleventh RUN TO Prominent Citizens Arrentoil for the SpurSwiich Train IBrECIAli TO Juno Some of the best citizens of Tcxarkana have beon ar rested for complicity in the spur switch train and tho city is wild with Last night John one of tbo oldest who is a detective of almost national was looked charged with being Napoleon an oxpoliceman was ar rested on a like Later on a man named Badcliffo tvas These men have boen irreproachable in their life and A ooat gave a clue which led to the Tuesday morn ing Tom BlcGraw found a ooat noai the scene of tho whilo on hiB way to town with he mot Detective who took tlie coat and said it amounted to nothing as a This was told to tho who searched Williamsa room and found a vest that matched tho This started tho Williams owns a plantation in the ooun try and the morning after tho robbery he called a doctor to visit a man at his planta ho had shot himself by ac This was who is badly wounded and cannot Ho was put in jflil this The officers reirard the evidence against tho accused as over AN EXPLODING BALL OF Miraculous Eftcnpe of an Iiullannpo Family from iBrEOIJllj TO TITE the heavy electric last night thero was a peculiar freak of electricity at tho homo of John 780 North Alabama I was Rifctinp about three foot away from AttorneyGeneral said and between us at our backs was Michencr nnd four of my children were also noar all within a space of 8 by 10 when saw a globe of fire about tho also of a goose QKK come from tho tele It just grazed Micheners ear and exploded in front of Tho noifio waw like a cannon ahoh and brought people from thoir bonnes for squaren SparkH of ire flow in every Michcner thought her husband had been nnd the escape of NO many ueifloni1 from injury Reems almost tele phone donnoctions ivoro but there IK no other tvaco left of the stroke of The hail of tiro potmR to havo exploded before reaching the Hendoreon in HII perm ton dent of tttfc Adams Express iff a coincidence that at tho name moment the electricity passed through his bonne nt Tho occupied by of tho American Express wan struck by lightning which tore through tho Many tele phones in tho city wero burnt ONLY A MILLINERS Rrolccr Sclitift to Pav to n New York TO TDK wouwx l June tho money famous for his connection with the ColomBlaisdoll forgory was in tlio courts again today in as defendant in a suit to recover 041 on a milliners The suit is brought by Johnson A tho Fifth avenue milliners of New through a Minneapolis Tho bill was contracted a yoar ago last January by tho two orottr Comntock wellknown in Minneapolis society and altvayti to bo ro romouibered for thoir pretty ilioir dainty and their fiuttorlngs in gry and fashionable nnoiety at the tho West and other The Comstock RisterR and their mother were in Now York living iu high style at tbe By Home accident Julius Schutt was in Gotham at the tolling people in his moet ixrtprepiflive manner that he WIIH thero on a littlo deal with Thoniafl the street railway Tho complaint says he falsely and fraudulently represented that he was a partnor of Thomas in order to induce tho Now York firm to extend credit to tho Comstock girls and their Sohutt represented thatthey wero worth The firm now sues him for tho amount of the bilL Farmers Busily Duped BrTOIAL TO THE Jnne farmors of this valley havo recently been very foolishly victimized by two swindlera to tho extent of at least Tho practice was for the first of two confederates to negotiate a sale of walnut He would examine the stumps offered by the farmer ask him to set thorn asido until hie partner called tor them the next His accomplice would come receive the stumps and offer in payment a counterfeit bank note of bid receiving the country mans honest money in It owing to the fact that tho farmers were iu no hurry to break the bank notes they re ceiyed that tho swindlera worked their game m fc A Girl IN tho Winner TO THE 1 Jnne ths con test for the Sargent prize of 8100 tor the best metrical version of the twentyninth ode of Miss the Harvard lias proved the IVinnoiv This in the first timo that a woman has carried oil a Harvard Contented Election Juno House Com mittee on Election Cases has decided to call up next week tho Mississippi contested elec tion case of Chalmers This will be followed dnriug tho onBuintf week by the Virginia case of Laneflton Yen ablo and the South Carolina of Miller Elliott Obituary Mary aged BeventyBlx the last survivor of the Niimok tribe of I died in Webster Charles manaclu edi tbe New iork under tho older fie liasfinee Jiolil editorial rofilionB in Su find wati muonsms editor of tho Chicago Timfti several He tepiftineil with tho TvwtQ until tbo of tUs Olodt hftvms l3Cin stnrtoil by several of Ills old lie accepted the position or reumiinffthesttinG up to the time of Mfl Five Hoars to Waaliinetom Tho featesi trame In America are ia service be tween New Baltimore and Washington vlaJenej Headman Station loot ol Liberty V DEATH IN THE TEMPE ST CLOUD BURST WRECKS A TRAIN WITH AWFUL THE STATE OP KENTUCKY VISAED BY A Tbrco Men Killed by tlio Waeili In aOut ofnChircrt on the Chesnpcnke nnd OIHo Near A Dozen People Reported Drowned by tho Smi tten Rise of Bull Jnno At Pull six miles above last two dark clouds mot and Tho crook jumped over its banks and swept like drift dwellinghouses and thoir frightened oocu The stone culvert on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad over Mill was wanned out into tho and about the fltorm was at its the went bound iroiftht train ran into a causing a fearful The engine and nine cara were piled ouo unon top of an alaioat out of Bight of tho creek bot Tho killed Mint liO ADC They wore buried beneath the and tlioir bodies had not been recovered at last Conductor Watts and Brakcman Love jumped from the liind car ami escaped The train waH made up of thirtytwo Nino carloads of shoes and boota for Louis ville wont down in tho A fafit wreck ing on the way to tho scone this ran over Frank a colored and killed About a dozen perHoue living on the banks of Bull Greek are reported The following bodies have boon found Allee ESTLKII two sons of JOHN a well known fteroral hundred people have crone to tho scene ot the disaster from tho The nineteen cars down in the washout are daslicd into kindling The train wftfl tho first Bection of freight drawn by engine which ie one of the largest as well us iinpst engines on the ThGonErhio is now out oi nitrht in Quick Tho train was running over thirty miles per A littlo la tor an cantbournl mixed pasHengor train would have pnHHOd the fntal culvert wiion tho Joss of life would havo been It incredible that Homo rtarH could be jammed into HO small a hole aw there is at the The wreck ff trains have been busy all JJUli ViUtltl U1IU clouds suddenly bursting caused a rapid rise iu the already badly swollen by the Farmers Hay tho crook rose two feet per and the water looked like a wall ieot high when it sol to tho railroad Tlio Haw mill was iittcd irom its fastenings and with oyor a hundred big loco hurled violently apahiHt tho railroad stouo This is probnbly what caused it to eivo HUKO Btones sveiKbinK several tons wero carried by the creek Itmg Tho creelt rose two feot higher than it has been in forty The iury of the storm caused inany per sona on ISull CrecK to abandon thoir homes and take to tlio olso the loss of life would have beon Tho Htorm did much danmen to and crops in that portion of the A barn on the oil IMelt was struck by liffhtniiiK nud Tom Williams dwelling wuH utrnck by licrhtning and burned to tho his family barely Home half dozen persons on Bull CrceU nro yet but it is believed they will turn up all FLOODS IN THE eavy Rnlnfl Damago Rallrontls and H ili 11 in June storm through this Beotion of tho State last niKlit did great damage to roada and At Norwich a portion of the town svaB and tho water was several feet deep in a portion of tho town that had never been looded At Oneida tho people wore called out by the iiro alarm about 1 oclock this and it was found that tlio en tiro eastern part of the town was sub the watyr boing four feet lieep on the Crab floors of The Ontario and Western tracks for a dis tance of eovoral miles were under and it reported that much of tho track is wanUeil though that cannot be decided till tho water A large quantity of lumber was washed and people wore obliged to leave their honsos in The damaifo is very At in Madison a saw horse barn and several sheds were washed as was also feet of The Erie Canal in several places over flowed its but though a report was current this morning that tho canal had been washed out near Canastota it cannot be On the it is stated thot no outburst has occurred The Central Hudsons tracks at West Home were submersed this causing a delay of some town in the central counties re ports somo damage from the Juno Wator towu and Ondensburc tracks near Went Cainden are still under nnd traffic ou taat branch will not be restored within twentyfour All other trains are ning as Tho Rome train loft the track this morning near West Tho rain is falling in torrents in that and the water is constantly that have boon falling of late have caused the water in tho Oalway reservoir to be liiiiher than it over was Water baa been flowins over tho spillway ainco Satur and the hotel and barns near by are surrounded by water from three to four feet The reservoir is believed to be strong otiouzhto stand the but should it give way there would bq fearful is It Is eigUt miles in The supplies water for this place and or points eleven miles from bit 11 Buttbitte son adttn Ijabtu beutjdie SlKVtonttu in SIBorlb atntacbeii uitb lub ctitauut ildet bra ocliijfH jlc butd bitjctbtu SStim man ttborfj Daft or Ib lanUd noil tncljt afi ctnrc fflliUlau unb ranli idjtu Pcrloncn nelclcn en UWji ju stc boft bic wcldjc butl noiiceii tcteidjt otottat tin gine 2 jeillfle annonee filt tlue Sttttc fine a aeiltflt Hinioitce flit 20 THE DOWNSITTINO OFLO THE SAME OLD INDIAN Smarting Under a Sense of tho Indian Goes on the Wnr but tlio Kndliis Is Always tho SETTLERS FLEE IN Tlio Attitude of the Choycnncs Growing More HILER June tittitnclo of tho Cheyenne Inditinw continues to be Tho lulling of a man named Meyer at tho Tongue Ilivor Station in re 0wine to tho fact that tho Indians havo left tlioir reservation and aro Bcntterotl ovov tlio country Kottlcrs aro thoroughly alarmed and are Bending women and children into town iu large Indian loolioutH tire on all high poiutn and aro coutfttintly signalling by mirror fUflhoH and blanket Friendly Indians havo reported to tho ivhitea thatthcro is to bo an and that they nro now malting IB accepted to meau tlitit they aro waiting to bo joined by ieH from the Standing Sioux and Pine Ilidse to whom hnvo boon Tlio Northern Choyonnos of tbeniflolvoB only number about two hundred and fifty At the agency of the Major of tlio JftrHt URS throe troops of a hundred and forty Detachments of a troop of cav alry and throo companies of IfiO all lort Kooeh yotjterday to proceed up tlio HoHobud arid cooperato with In compliance with tho request of tho Sheriff of this J 00 rifles and rovmda of iunmunition arrived hero today in charge of aido to Tho Sheriff expected that tho arms would bo turuod over to him for JKHiianco to the set but Cuvtifi will not do HO unless in cnac of a groat which he is not satiafiod exiHtn It has beon arranged for Curtis and Stock Inspector Smith to KO to tboChoyenno Agency and confer with 11 ajov and on thoir return report tha situation to tho Tbo Indiana aro all well armed with Winchester rifles and Gov ernment whilo ranchorn and cowboyn aro Calf branding and ronndup lias beon B topped entirely owing to this If tho Indians could be disarmed and put back on their reservation settlors could take caro ot but in tho present condition of affairs thoro seems to bo nothing for them to do but abandon thoir homes nnd tmtfi UGHB and congregate in While noth ing of a more nerions nature may it ia quite probable that any day may bring news of an Tho Ghnyonne tribe haft ampriR tbo Black Hills upon the optiiiiun of the interior at the ol this In per son thoy aru a Hno exceeditiff in stat ure all tho Indians ot the plains except tho Tho tribe split in a part going South to the home of the Arapiifioes jn Indian wliece thoy nnd the other moving to tho prenenc fiaene ot disorder in southeastern While the Southern Cheyoiinos havo waged re peated wars with the tho northern although warlike in the have never until this timo joined iu tho dopradatiouH which havo char acterized the history of almost every They on tho boon friends and allies of the Government in past with tho Blacklcet and It is probable that they were moved to tho outbreak by tho iiecleet ot the Indian Bureau to provide from tho extinction of is es sential to the A no of tho incentive to hostilities is duo to tthe of a medicine man named Por whose gospel of insurrection was fully sketched iu THE few weeks Official reports to NVashington mention Poroiinino tin the prime factor in the Among tho savages the modi cino man wields an influence scarcely in ferior to tlio In tlie act of making to which tlio foregoing de Kpatchos the medicine man retires to his tepee and remains there unrao lehted for sometimes for engazort in incantations more or loss while tho tribe awaits his report in patient when he he announces that tlio medi cine is tho chaso or migration under contemplation is but if no aunpiincorf that insno of his confer ence with the Grout Spirit is bad medi cino the project is at once fanrulinii Qardu Juno Secre tary Tiehonor has informed tho Surveyor of Customs at Albany that Canadian postal cards imported through the mails aro dutia lo at the rate of per ad valorem as printed has instructed him o prevent a continuance of tho practice which these cards have been ad iu 600 lots without payment of Jenn Ijitobny WILLFUL by IJAPRA Lrn HEV tt Hohinu at mo tatu of copies jiei1 All renders o Ibtr 10pair ia hoirlK throuifUaut touiitvy fiUi spcoimou clitpUra otwo ot AtlHS limit VVlttvUL IJIEDAS will find lioiii comptcta book torm lit any 25 cents The IB roprQHOntad ia bUHineHB lir MAX at tho Tribune Building room New York The Ii tlio Kisot usporol Inoludu Jt Iu estimttM JOHN L The dmmpiou of tlio World Bocomca a iStur Next John poor of nil will noxt Boason become a real star in a drama which Duncan Harrison is writ ing for The big follow has for six weeks past been a feature of Harrisons Tho and the latter con siders him a groat drawing Except tho speeches which bo occasionally makes behind tlio John has never dono any talking ou the hin hands have always been Tho play is afi yetiu but Harrison expects to finish it up during that it can be properly booked and mounted ou an elabo rate As to the HthosrapliB which aro to bo hung on the outer walla they will bo simply and if nn dor those circumstances tiio piece should not bo tremendous tmccctis tho author Hays ho will tfivo up the Thero isnt much romance in to be but lie in clever in ninny quick to grasp a situation and his olifuicos for succOHHin hlH new venture are certainly Ho will iiavo a good many linos to and amonK other tliiiiRH he wilt havo to make love to a pretty it in natural to he will do after tho most an proved Ilia drama will ho replete with in tctCHtinff climaxes and special among which will bo tho Bhpelrtgr of a live horne before a real 1orffo in full view of the This pirscc of realism is not having beon done for years by Joo Murphy in the Kerry but at the Biuno tiuio it will no doubt plcano the auclionco will sather to hoar tlio for liu was a black smith himKolt yoarn apo and has not forgot ten all he linew about tlie John will assume the rrtlo of a blacksmiths helper and Harrison will appear ao the Both of thorn lall in love with a pretty and the who thinks he has tlie uppoi hand in tho is iiiiUirally driven almost to frenzy wiien he lincovcrB tliat the sirls heart leans n trifle towards bin Ho then chnllciitfCB tliu fuvorod one to a fistic oiuioiinter bqtli that tho victor shall marry tiio fair damsel who has caiiKOtl all the Uuncan Harrison is a pretty big man and bo can bdx a but of course In will make a poor showing with tlio big BO wfion tho timo comes for ilio mon to by ouo of those lichtriintr chaittlOH Joe Cannon ia HiiDHtitutpd for tho blackBuiith alter a iierco in which both mon display a thorouRii knowlcilfro of tbo manly the substitute ol tlio htuckmuith is knocked out and tho blacksmitha helper walUii triumphantly off witli tho coveted This is not an abuplutoly correct outline of tho but it ffivcH an idea of junt what tlio champion will have to do in tiio way of Harrison has made money out of Tlie but ho ex pects to live in luxury for the remainder of his tluyw alter next for tlio new lio ia a sure Ho IM an exnewspaper man and hftB exhibited nofc a little ingenuity in tho construction ol MB prqvioiis dra matic In his now pioso he in to lay himself Sullivan hiin Hclf rather liken the idoa of boine a legiti mate and while he has not Bald thine about retiring permanoiitlv from the rins he avors ho will not encage in any more iistic encounters if ho maltos enoneh money at hiK ziow He leaves on Tuesday m company with Jack Barnittanrl jUarriaon for It is not liktly that ho will bo but if ho is there hardly a probability that his punish ment wiU be more Hovero thaa that meted out to BLACK Jtuttiiard Ktpllnti Has One of His Best Stories in THE 8UNJDAY CROKERWILLBE Tbo Invcntlmulnst Committee to Aloct on Juno Hichard Crohar will bo given a hearing be foro tbo Senale IiivestiBatinc Oomtnittoe Juno returned from Wanhiugton Thursday ovenintr and lost no time in teletrraphinK Senator fleiiclrioks the wish of Crokor for an opportunity to Yesterday counsel for received the following letter from the law firm which hiB represonted the Investigatiiiij Committee as counsel Jnetiph SIB Ii ercrring to your favor of the 1 th havo couimuaicated Its contents to Fran cis Chairman of Senate Dommit ioe on and he has authorized us to say that a of the Committee will bo hold iu tbis city on the 23d to permit you to call Orolcer a We will be rlad to supply you with the neces sary subpraiis to enable vou to secure Crokers as well as that of any other whom you desire to call to testify rela tive to matters brought out by the testimony of The subpoenas will be sent to yon as soon as vre have been able to find a proper place in to hold the Yours BOARDItlAX FROZEN Startling Expost of Hie Bns caUHes of tlie New 1orte Ice See THZ STEP IIP INDICTMENTS PROMPTLY DISMISSED WHILE YOU WAIL THERE ABB ONLY A FEW OF TEAT BATdH LEFT Fellows the Dismissal of Those Affnhint Hoc nan and and J ml BO Co veins Accosmnodatee iIartlne JEZxproaaoa flliicli Surprise at tho As predicted by THE Judge inp yesterday dismisHcd the indictmonta for bribery against the reputed stakeholder of tho Broadway Bailroad and Henry who was a member of the notorious Board of Aldermen of which cave away tho valu able railway franchise of the Tho way was cleared for such a ntop by the recommendation or appeal of DistrictAttorney Fellows that all proceed ings against tho former fugitives from jus tice should bo Judge Cowing took pains to place all tbo responsibility for actiou on There ia no doubt that if Judpro Cowing had been leas hasty in rendering a decision in these cases the interference of the Attor neyGeneral would at least have beon HO Ugly hintH oia deal by which the sontyled bootUers were to secure im munity havo been public property for It was not that Fellows would ruiih matters as he lias But it said that Kceuan especially lind good reasons for expediting Papers have been served on him in a suit which will briuff out nil tho facts iu connection with the big Broadway railroad He was anxious to have the indictment out of tho wbicli has bceii hanging over MB head for nearly four HO that ho would not incriminate himself if he told the whole When Fellows appeared in the Court of General Sessions before Judge Cowing laat Thursday to indorse the motion of the covuiBol for Keeuan andSayles to dismiss the bo made a strong plea for them Ho accompanied the Judge to and the latter on his return told a WOULD reporter that ho would not keep the papers iu the case for The decision is dated the day which tho motion was The formal order was entered early yesterday forenoon and is as follows A motion having tills day Ijoen made iu open conn by counsel representingtho defendant John Keeuan the mentioned indict ments for an order a day ior the tliRicot as to iiiixi or diaiiussitig the Tho DistrictAttorney iieiKouiUly and ia answer to said inutiori intorraecl tuo Court tiiat tie could not imri never luiouded to move lor tbo trial ot eiiid defendant upon incUct mout for tljo reason among others that lie ib not possessed oi sufllcient evidence to Justify JUhn in putting1 tbo Uotcnduut upon trial or to justily nKkintf lor conviction 3n cnso he aiiouJd ilo anil tiint he would not thereto re oppose tbo motion to dismiss tuo stid but coneont fteto ment liled iho motion to aleiniss tho said indictment as to Jofin Koerun ia UutotLfJew June I lluffua Oity On tho back of this order is the following inclovHcmout A fiimilar motion was at the timo made by counsel representing Henry charged with the crime of bribery in another and aamo ctiHposition is mudo of tho said indictment for tho roatjons stated in Keunan which tlio DistrictAttorijcy informed the Court oqvmlly applied to tho case of See statement of DistrictAttorney filed with tho moriup papers in tho ISuyloH Huirus City Tho moving papers are curiosities in more respects than for this aliidavifc of on which exStiuator Eoclosino basoa bin doniuud 1or a triol or disniJKHal of tho caue tbo abovenamed aays That lio is tlio defendant In the nboveentltjod action and is ready to proceed to ttie trial That more than two court havtt mtaroenna tha indictment herein and mi day han btiai Wherefore ho prays cither that a day be set for the trial of aaid indictment or that the same may bo When a WOULD reporter called the atten tion of J udjju Martino to tho affidavit he Kaid 1 Tluvt etatcment of Sayies that no day was fixed for trial is not the As Dis trictAttorney J caused a day to be and ft or Bay lea was informed that he was to be called for trial be ran oil to I was prepared to up on nnd was reasonably sure Biivo of convicting1 because ho was ouo of tho ineu Katie Wotz identified as at tending tho meetings of tho combine ufe Alderman McLaughlins Keenan lied from New York about seven and evilemalling prepara old ai tUsi tiODB U6 ffenemlly XA8 ftota nl plnofenttj those otijeotiojui meat John beingf fioys that twenty one indictments were found ngtunst on or about for bribery under section 78 of the Paual Code that deponenthas yiven bail thoreon in tho sum of that none ol said indictments nave toeon brougut to trial that bia fias de manded of tho DistrictAttorney a sneedy triol that more tlian two terms of the Court havo been held Blnce tho finding of sold and that no trial has oeen JOHN Juduo Martine was very outspoken OB to the disposition of the Keenan anil Bayles cases by his successor nn Thero was never a timo during my term when I would not have felt confident enough to secure the conviction of these men to warrant me to go to ho I should certainly have oppoaorl any motion to dismiss any of the boodle indictments with all tho vigor Above all things I should not have acquioseed to any nuon proposition in the case of uny one of thoie who ran That 1 regarded as a prima iaoio evidence of Ihad no alternative but to umroisa the eaid Judce The Dis trictAttorney refused to try declar ing ho had no and joined with tno defendants couusftl in asking their ais All the indictments acrainBt the bood lers havo been dismissed except those or Klly exAlderman Eobort Do Lacy imd Charloy They are now in Oanala thonen Dempsey IB daily ex pected to Wcntlier For nectlout ana Eastern Jfew stationary variable For Eastern New Jersey ana fair no clianye in ture except slightly warmer in Western Harvlana caHabZe The following record shows the changes in the temperature for the past twentyfour in comparison with the correspond ing dato of last as indicated by tho thermometer Perrys pharmacy 3 71 58 7O 60 65 74 O5 IS U4 JLvorago tuiapecature nyerafa temperature for corresponding lant A PRETTY The Story of a Pretty New Yarn Typewriter la Tola in TBEBUNDAy It Will Inter eft Some of Our
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