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   World (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, New York, New York                                CIRCULATION GUARANTEED GREATER THAN THAT OF ANY TWO OTHER AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS AVERAGE NUMBER OF COPIES CIRCULATED PER DAY DURINGTHE SIX MONTHS OF THE PRESENT Circulation JSooJcs Open to 3ie cine 5teflc lefcn ic bic beittfdjen SSnnoncen auf bcr fedjftcn flRontag finb fecfonbcrc in ftilfiflc att feicfeu SScsttt ic Deutsches Dienstpersonal Icfcn Me toutfdjen bie ttglid attf bet fcdjftcn crjdjewcm XXXL PRICE TWO NEW JULY PRJCE TWO 12 PAGES i July Miss ELIZA 1unorol from nor lato Iii5 West 26th ouJbursdayat July at H FHEDimtOBL RKod 50 years nnd 8 at hia late Fuuorftl Jnly at 2 July Ai youngeat son of Frederick 11W Funnral o July entered Into roat PKKLE beloved daughter of William and Tilhe Hoiviews at roBiiionco of 21 i West 58th on at2 July HAN NAII wife of Dimd 111 her 7Kth JjuDarnl at her lata resirtancQ on July at Trains loave 23d Chambers a llnperlnff Oliver the home of her Kdvrard Morris uReJBD Funorul services at 17 Western Morris July at 5 L July wife of DOD Futioral from her lato at Train leavca Long Island City at 2 July DENNIS Funeral fom 18 Willow lio July at 10 July THOMAS EOAN Friends are invited to attend tho funeml from 210 East 38th on July at 2 octoek At on the i CAttOklNE widow of tho lato Goorge in the 83d year of her HBO Funeral services at nor late on the 24th it 5 Inter ment at her late 1525 Madison on Tuesday July HATTIE beloved wife of Marcus nnd youngest daughter of Joseph and Libbie Ryttou Funeral from her late residence July at Relatives and friends Kindly omit At hia 35 West 18th on July ged 73 years 6 Funeral aervicea Thursday 8 You please meet with your brethren at 35 West 18th Tburfldny 8 oclock to pay the last tribute of roapect lo our decenBod Per order Louis late residence of hie 384 East 70th Wednesday morn 23d m tho year of hia Notice of funeral on July ALEX ANDER sou of Alexander and Eleanor in his 30th FU newt J from Ins Into US East 29th on Friday July at 10 July yonnpcst daughter of John aud Helen U Relatives find friends are invited to attend the funeral sorvires nt the residence of her pnrentSj 008 East on July at 10 RE HOHATIO of Jersey Funeral at 2 Friday from residence oi 77 Garltoa Jersey City July MIL TON in the Sfith year of his Funeral on July at from the rosidonoe of his brotherin Sum 33 Wast 94jth Relatives and friends are respectfully BINNOTTMARIA beloved wife of Patrick in tho year of her Relatives nnd friends invitod to attend funeral from her late Railroad July 2 July JOHN need 67 yeareQ month Funeral at the iil Jefferson Union July at 3 VAN July EFETE wife of Dauiel Van Aged 04 Relatives nnd respectfully invited to attend lier funeral on Friday at H from 44 Arlington Jersey City On July after a abort HENRY infnut son of Lee and Nina Funeral at the residence of his 245 West45th ot On July after a lingering only son of James and Elizabeth Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend funeral at the residence ot his 230 Duffield on July at 3 VILAS FOR Democrats of Wisconsin Talk of Him act a IBEEGIAL TO THE 1 July an interview with a rjrominent Democratic State poii tician here this morning THE WOULD cor respondent learned that there h a ide Bpread desire amonpr the move prominent Democrats that William Post masterGeneral and Secretary of the Interior during Clevelands should be nominated for Governor on the Demo cratic ticket this and it is believed he would accent the it is will be renom inatod unanimously by the Hepublican State brine into tho canvaBs eloquence of a high anc the camoaign would be entirely Jree from personalities if ho and Hoard should leac the opposing MDOWELL The Result of Cliarecs of Bribery in Connection with His July a meeting of the Bepubiican County Committee of Butler Couuty this afternoon resolutions were adopted repudiating tho nomination o Alexander McDowell in the Twentyfifth Congressional on account of the charges of bribery and fraud m Boeunne tho It was decided to appoint a committee to confer with a like committee from the othei counties iu tho district to arrange for a new FROM HER JONES SENT BACK TO HER HUSBAND AT SHE WANTED TO BE KEAB EBB DATJGHTEB IH Tlicro May Be a ICPECIAtTO THE July S3The Hatt and autiPatt men had prepared rfor weeks foi the caucus for the Assembly in tho Western District which was held last evening anc which resulted in 1latt faction electing their Monday evening the anti Platt men held a inassmentinK in the Opera Speeches were made by OharleB Eay and and at no caucus here was ever such feeling The antiPlntta are qnietover their de Some believe Winy will put an inde pendent ticket in the others that they will compromise with the aiid unite nith thorn by headiusr tho ticket with Charles iu order to further the in tereatBof Hill for United States Sen Sncerintendent of Pub lic has been for three weeks in Western and it is thought the visit has as an object this uniting of the Demo cvats and the tvntiPlatt Fanners Alliance IBPZOIAXj TO THE July from the primary election in the Sixth Congressional cive the Farmers Alliance a largo ma jority over It thought that Alexander would but bis best friends wero astonished at such an wheiminff victory for thoir candi In the Judicial Dis Vanu receives the iiommation for over Vanu is alHo an Alliance Tho farmers are jubilant ovor their lliWM fc Dnnlinvrny A doublefeed fountain pen that never always lasts a half a million in AH AWB INK Is Putt l A Bond Offered for Her Cure After tlie Stcnmcr Had Old Koltictant to Leave ClilltU but tliu Latter Believed tlmt It Wna Better for Her Mother to May the blessing of heaven rest on you and So said Jane the QueeBstown woman who came over on the Teutonic in search of her daughter Lilly and her son Dick a week to Haior Patrick he put her oil the same steamer yesterday so carry nor back to her the Eng Bh in Jones wanted to live here with her daughter and her but the daughter did not desire surely thin is a great Jones to Major and the like of Lilly would easily go astray and for get her old mother and My heart aches for the little from whom I did not get tidings since I was vexed thinking at home that perhaps Lilly needs my and I miles it was that prompted me to cioss the ocean and brave everything that I mitrht comfort Lilly and And just to think that Lilly and Dick are big and strong enough to get alone without any help of The old woman broke into tears and Major Walker tried to direct her attention to her husband in who was anxiously awaiting her Hell think more of me when I get she as broke into laugh Ho was a surprised man when he found 1 had cone off in the I had been telling him for many a day that I waH going away to America to see But ho only laughed and eaid that there was no place for me in Im thinking that ho was But I never could rest easy until I knew that Lilly was all right and Lilly at this time arrived to say goodby to her Shes dressed just like any of the said regarding her daughter with motherly Lilly was the iinest girl iu Lilly gave her among other a cake of Jones tasted it in that cold poiBon you are giving mo Bhe thats ice Yon do not have it in but itll do you no Jones but finally disposed of tho and said that now that she was used to it she thought she could eat a wliolo lot of The Teutonic sailed at 0 Just as the steamer left her dock OBeirne received a note from of the New York where Lily in em saying that MeMahon Would give a bond that Jones would not become a public MoHahon was to call during tho OBeirne telephoned to the dock of the but when tho message was re ceived the steamer was in A man rushed out from the telephone and re turned presently aud called back to the Barge Office The Teutonic is in Looking across the water from tho Bide of the vessel is She cannot ho returned to Besides Cranston and Mo of Ber gen had offered to care for Jon Faranhar offered to give Jones as servant in her family and pay tho Steamship Company for her passage from besides giving a bond to tho MisH thought it was better for her mother to return to her My mother loved me Miss Jones said last Her constant ad vice to me at home wan to be watchful on my I have minded her and have told her BO time and time but she has become unduly I am doing well and am able to partially provide for my mother and My mother wishes to remain but I would bo foolish to consent to her doing not withHtandins that many persons have come forward and volunteered to cave for It was for the best that mother was sent back to father and she will hleHS me for though I suppose she thinks differently or it Bold Bunk TO THE July Bank was robbed yesterday of a cashbox containing between and ThesharperB are believed to be two notorious bank one of whoni is named He was recognized this morning in town by a broker to whom some years ago he offered stolen bank notes for Plean and his accomplice hired a buggy and drove to the door of the when Means accomplice entered and told who WBH alone at the that tho gentle man outside wan a clergyman who could not leave the but who wanted to make a deposit for a member of his family and would like to speak to Veasoy went to the window aud while Plcau en gaged him in the bankers head being turned from his other the latter disappeared Veafiey discovered hia loss a few minutes but the thieves had English 8nlooHs in July announcement was made yesterday of the incorporation of the AreloAmerican Brewing and Malting of with a capital of by an English An afternoon newspaper Bays that another com pany has been rurmed and incorporated by the same syndicate as is interested in the for the purpose of purchoaiuc and operating saloons in the city ol The plan is to use inthese saloons only the product of the AngloAmerican and as the stock will be held by practically the saine persons who own the corporation they will sell direct to the consumer and be sides saving a middlemans have a market for the output for the brewers at all independent of the action ot the big brewery It is to known aa the Columbian Bar and Buffet with a capital of July Hill will visit the estate Militaey Encampment at Peekskill in morrow and will spend the rest of tho week at Earles at Norrnandie near tile tieittftQen fiimbevte Bou Dctittdjtn Utfttu Ijcibtn Idjon btnlidlt Slnnouceit in Slje SSotlfc imb lull trfluimt ben nroBaftlntn Grfo btmJ tiejcI6tn aeljobt ffiium mauiebod SB otlb taglidj lion meljt oS tititr SBIKTioii btiitfcdcv inib msli gterfancn ifl fS Ittdjt ju utr bafc btc 6utd btutidje Sin tomtit creitbf taloflal ein t Ciife 2 jeiUtje Vlliiiuiuc lit tint StcUc a nWat Wnnoitce flit BABY QUINLAN A An Infant Jtlin Mother Across tltc With winsome pair of pearly gray gohlen jbair and rosy tho cutest little tot ever fond and doting parent huddled and cuddled and the youngest traveller who ever crossed tho ocean without a parents care arrived hero from Belfast yesterday on the steamship State of Louis iulan is sixteen months anda laugh merrylooking little who braved the Atlantic like an old Baby Quinlau didnt want for friends during the because all the passengers took a sympa thetic delight in looking after his THE JUVENILE Baby Quinlan lost his male parent a little over a year He ia the youngest of a family of Last September his mother came to this leaving the bibe in charge of friendB in Quinlans two elder daughters preceded her to this and they provided a home for her nntil she was able to support But mother and children were always worrying about little baby at home and were not satis fied until they were able to make arrange ments to brine him How to get him here was what puzzled It was an un heard of thing for a steamship company to take so young a passenger unaccompanied by a parent or but eventually kind friends volunteered to take charge of Among the immigrant passengers from Belfast was Lizzie who was ac quainted with the Qninlan She had told Father tho pastor of a Catholic Church in of her intention to sail for this ami having charge of Ilaby asked her to take care of the little one on the unnsago Lizzie at first hesitated about assuming the re sponsibility of the but Babys irresistible smile and the mirth and goodhnmor that sparkled in hia eyes swept away all Lizzies nnd she agreed to care for tho boy duriustliB The baby showed no objection to taking the threethousandmile had no terror for him and ho meandered about the deck on his knees with the agility of a Lizzie did not have to devot time in looking after Baby Quinla s vantH and becauBe the of other children aboard the anisted by kindly Miss the ships saw that the little voyager wanted for His merry disposition made him the pet of the ship and all aboard took an interest in his wel AVhen Baby in the arms of Miss got to the Barge Office yesterday morning he wore a cunning little black cap and a plain but neat calico His clean liness was an evidence of the care that hftd been bestowed upon him during the Miss Hughes carried her charge in a per ceptibly nervous which indicated that she wan not accustomed to carrying When she stepped up to tho desk to have her name registered she exclaimed quite excitedly This is not my She then told all about the Babys who was at was com municated and Weber sent mes sengers after babys who live in thiB They came after the and they hugged and kissed him in an amusing man The affeetionato and greetings overpowered the little young but he did not Before babys mother and sisters came to claim him the matron at the Barge took up a collection for her young bhe obtained qnitea large aud she then carried him to a furnish ing store and togged him out in a brand new laoe a lace cap aud a pair of tan colored After being rehabilitated in an entire new uniform babys picture was taken by a WOULD He and kicked like a little But he was mol lified by being given a goblet of milk and was cjuict when THE artist was makins a picture of After babys por trait was made he was given ovor to bis who bore him away in triumph to his future SHE CRUSHED THE A Mother Unwittingly Kills Her Chil dren and Then Attempts fSFECIAL TO THE July John the wife of a well known contrac this morning caused the death of her twin aged about three who is a woman weighing one hundred aud ninety arose early and taking the babies from their cradle placed them in bed beside After playing with them a while she fell On awak was horrified to find her babies both crushed and The grief of tho mother Her orieB attracted her who was sleep ing in the next and be found her pressing the little crushed forms to her bosom and wailing suddenly throwing tho babies to the sprang to her dreseiugoase aud graspingan ornamental dagger plunged it into her She in now in critical It seema that OUeava while asleep rolled over on the sleeping babies and cruahedthom to Harrys a IDcrim ItPECJAL TO THB 1 July Pil grim McSweeney was an unexpected pas senger on the steamer which ar rived here this and Henry of East who had been visiting in were return ing home aboard the accompanied bv their two of the Manhattan New was also on the boats passenger At 9 oclock this morniug lie was called to attend Mc The mother and her tenpound boy are now doing Shewanted to call him plain 1ilgrim bat the father thought thdt his own name should be Harry Iilsrim McSweeney was the Leave of for July Executive Com mittee of tho National today forwarded a letter to President Harrison asking that in the public service be granted leave of absence from 11 to dnrnig the Encamp in addition to their usual When heated bathe with PopdsExtmot luted with IT WAS ALMOST A EXCITING SCENES IN THE LEGIS LATURE OF WOBLDS FAIR MJ3H DISMAYED AT THE OPPOSITION TJie Speaker Adopts Roods Anto cratio Iollcy and Is Cnlled a Wur men Clinch Their Fists tvml Seem Anxious to Democrats Counted Out in Spite of fEPECIAL TO THE I July row marked the opening of the special session of the Legislature which waa convoked at pre cisely noon The uproar was of tho healthiest and most energetic characteivand the Worlds Fair promoters who bavo come here got very much diaoonraeed at the pros At one time today it looked ab if a personal encounter was At tho Hepublican caucus this morning it was resolved to adjourn in case the Demo crats resisted the organization by the Be publicana with their seventysix In the Democratic caucus Clayton Orafta was chosen for Speaker and the other old caucus nominees for the minor The House met with 144 four Democrats aud four Republicans being The first interesting feature vras an appeal by when Speaker Doolittle ruled a resolution to unseat Lester Wilke and McDonald out of This mling was followed by a heated On motion to lay the appeal of Crafts upon tho table a demand was made on the Democratic side for a roll The clerk proceeded to call the nud as the names of tho members iu question were readout the Democrats No vote No I1 Oh and gave vent to other like Excitement began to run The Re publicans took while tho Democrats began to take conrage and the prospect for a deadlock became brighter or blacker every Members left their seats and filed out of the aisles into little groups in the lobbies and debated tbe situation Democrats gathered about Stoskopf aud other leaders and de clared they would not Tlie Republi cans took There was a look of consternation upon their VicePresident of the Worlds Fair occupied one of the sofas in the His face clouded at once aud he looked much bui he kept out of the The situation was indeed seri The Democrats refrained from and the whisper went through tho The vote will show no but when the vote was announced it appeared ttat there were votes in layoff Iayn iug the appeal on the tableland one vote against The latter was not withstanding tho protest of the Democrat in whose name it waa Baying that he did not The chair would nob declared the vote and entertained amotion to proceed to the election of a permanent of offered a substitute involving all the questions raised in the resolutions offered by A point of order was and the Chair ruled tie substitute resolution out of An ap peal was but the Chair would not en tertain the appeal and proceeded to put the question to proceed with the election of a permanent There were a shouts for a and every Democratia hand went The Chair was completely A deadlock was The next rollcall would show but 70 votine and no business could be The wildoit confusion prevailed and several motions were made to For five minutes pandemonium The Chair would tertain no Finally he demanded that five members calling for tho rollcall eriva thoir names to thn At this there was a scene approaching a Members ap proached each other with clinched The Chair had ordered a rollcall before do mandinK the live names and then retrace his Mahonfiy declared tho Houst organized and ho shouted Does tho Chair say that the rollcall war not ordered I1 That is what the Chair replied Then tlie Chair shouted This created a big and the gathered around the temporal1 penker and held an excited consultation In the confusion a dozen motions were to and the Chair declared thi motion 111 The roll was called the motion to The motion wai 78 to and a motion was carried ti elect a permanent which resulted in the selection of Stoslcopf then entered a written protesi against tho votes of Wijkt and He asked tbe Clem to reaa the but at that momeiit the new Speaker took the chair amid Republi can while the Democrats kept up a thunderous shouting of Head the pro test Head tho In the midstof these cries the Speaker pro ceeded to read his but was unable to be heard until he waa half The House then proceeded to elect the other officers of the House in accordance with the Republican caucus The House adjourned until 7 oclock this The Senate met at 12 and after filUnc someunimportant vacancies in the clerical staff adjourned until 10 oclock to morrow THE LAKEFRONT GblcagoH Council Paasefl tbe Askedfor July great cheering about oclock tonight the ordinance asked by the Directors of the Worlds granting the use of the lake front an a part site for the Exposition was by the City Council without any Tho ordinance pledges the city of Chicatro to pay for any piling or flllingin of the lake that may be required to the extent ol and after the Fair is ended returns tbe made ground to the to be used forever as a public Not less than one hundred and fifty acres of tho lake front are to be utilized for Worlds Fair It is thai no bargain of any sort is to bo entiieij into between thoFair l5iiectors andtheillinoii Central Railroad for the control of that por tion of tho lake front occupied by tholliinmi Cuntral tracks unloHB mich bargain shall first approved by tlie Citv In cane the City of Chicago loans or snbfieribos to the stock of the the Directors guarantee that tho amount of money returned to the city euaU not be less than the cost or wMtever Silins or flllmiMn of the lake may bu Tlie ordinance does not fix any mail mum number at aorei to be utilized of tbe lake but the greatest amount obtain able by any of the plans thus far informally outlined is 250 to 300 QOSHOIIX WILL NOT July a mis understanding of this who was to have met tho Chicago Fair Committee in New York came to Philadelphia instead and tho proposed conference wan not Ho left for Now York tonight and tomorrow he and McCormack will give thoir opinions us to wiiat should constitute the powerH nndlimitations of the Executive which has not yet been Goshorn said this afternoon that ho would not accept the DirectorGeneralship of the Columbian adding that tho position had not been tendered him and that he did not know that it would Ho said further The Chicago Exhibition wilt bo mainly agricultural and the foreign repre sentation will not be This IK my based on tho Paris ExpoHiton and tho fact that foreign nations must iu ciir great expense to get to Chicago at I think the Chicago Fair will be a ANTILOTTERY A but ThoroiiRh Consideration I SPECIAL TO THE 1 July At RO late a day in thp seBHiou as to give to the matter the ap pearance of an idle demonstration the House Committee on FoatOffices and Post Roads has atlust decided to take UD tho ques tion of alloTmitflottory companies longer to use the mailn in conducting their Tho Committee will Hit on Friday and begin considerntion of the bills n ow before it drawn with the end in view of closing tbo mails and tho money order office of the PoetOffice Department to tho letters and circulars of companies or individuals con ducting a lottery The billH are five in the most comprehensive beinc thoflo introduced by of Indiana of North and of Chairman of tho PontOlnce All of them are directed towarrts making the mailing of lottery circular or letter a punishable by fine or aud authorizing the branding of such letter or circular with the word aud its return to the Bingharn was asked by THE covreBpoiulerit totlay what would likely be the outcome of the Committees deliberation on the I cannot say at this was his We expect to go into the question of what tho Government is empowered to lo in the promitfQrt pretty and will decide upon what iw best to be done at as early a day as SAN SALVADORS A Report Comes Via Pnrln of tlie De feat of tlio Jnly Consul of San Sal vador has received a despatch confirming the report of tho defeat of the The despatch declares that the reports of anarchy iu San Salvador are that tho country is completely tranquil and that thopopulace is supporting A de epatiJliJrojD Borne states that the Italian AmerioanrtSquadron has been ordered to Guatemala to protect Italian the Liberal Presi dent of San was poidoned a short time ago Ezeta took possession of the Government and declared himself Presi tho First YicePrewi deut of the tho leader of the Con went to the frontier of Hon declared himself President and at last reports had determined to join Presi dent of against It was to Ayalla that President Bar rillioa referred when he telegraphed The Saivadoran enemies of Ezeta were met and routed by July Hanger arrived at Acapulco today on her way to J THE ARGENTINE CRISIS Financial Alii From London Settles the BUENOS July guards who have been stationed at tho Government House hovo been withdaawn and the public excitement has It in reported that a London syndicate is prepared to conclude a sterling of Tho gold premium is Hale Oppoaoil to ing SPECIAL TO THE 1 July an interview while on his recent visit to Maine Senator Hale said As to the matter of adopting in the Senate the rules that obtain in tho House I dp not think there is any necessity or that it is advisable to adopt Kuch AH Senator Edmunds said but there should bo at leant one body whore public measures of importance should bo debated and deliberated Kautz Flitced Jnilcr SPECIAL TO THE of the Eighth Commander at Fort was relieved of his com mand Monday and placed under arrest by order of Commander of the Department of the Tlio immediate cause of the arrest was some correspondence relative to a courtmartial which was held at Fort The report of the pro it is was not in regular form and was returned to Kautz for correc tion and Kautz wrote aniline for the redress of eeitain grievances and in reply was placed under Kautz has preferred charges against In July black cloud resembling a great serpent reached downward from the dense black masses of storm clouds that had formed during the afternoon yesterday moving in a south easterly demolished the buildings of tnree farmers living nine miloa north west of A child of Felix Dearean had its leg Another had its head crashed and died during tho was seriously Updehi and child were blown by the cyclone onto a wire fence and seriously Two of Opdehls horses ware carried from the barn to a pasture near by without NO WESTERN UNION EXPE RIENCE TO Have an office in a building that is really where all dan ger from fire or water is ab solutely Such accom modations can be secured in the Pulitzer the most per fectly fireproof structure in Amer Over onethird of the offices have already been For diagram and terms apply to 31 tart THAT WRETCHED CHICAGO Between the Tartcd Avaricious Initreula What frill Become of tftc Overfed Animal f MISS WEED AND EATON Slie is ExGovernor RiBterhi nud Not of I SPECIAL TO THE NAHRAGANQETT July sett Pier IB just beginning to enjoy the sen sation of an and in a circle where surprises in the marital HUG have been Again the famous country Beat of tho up in Clco Juliet the sister of has eloped and united her destiny with that of Howard a yotmc tvlio in but who came here six weeks ago to look over certain wori for the NurragaiiHOtt Pier Electric Lighting Com He tho Sprague family on bare speaking terms with Miaa hut the youiiR people were in and yesterday hitched up the proverbial drove to Kingston and were After waich HIHH Weed that went home and told her NIB tar the A stormy scene MIKH who is a very pretty uutof and Iho law not conipfitfl with in that her guardians consent was not Sprncne has declared tho marriage illegal and will acok to annul Miss Weed that was in nineteen years old and Eaataii not yet reached his Ilia brido wan at Old Canonchet last but he waa not Ho is liable to prosecution for the niirUepreKenta tioun ho made to tho clerk from whom he obtained tho marriage The mother of Howard living at Hiiyn her son lacks a few weeku of being twentyone 3oarH Kin father is a shoe manufacturer a factory at Ply MISS WATSON TO BE Now Poetess of Fnaalon Will Wed f SPECIAL TO THE 1 July Lida Lewis Wat the New England poetess of is aboutto be She also intends soon to join tho Catholic Her col lected poems will be published in book lorm before Each of thoae three incidents in tho career of thia remarkable young woman might make a romantic chapter The gentleman who in to bestow his name upon the poetess came here Sunday from the Wowt with abtviiiK of cartridges around his waist and a Hixshooter in his which he haa since The marriage will occur next Tiie wooing was Francis Wash ington a miner in the Far by mistake opened a letter written by tho po eteBs to a Glancing at the signature he wan surprised to uud the name tbe same as that of tho authoress of a little collection of poems of which he was very A correspondence fol lowed and its result with the assistance of a be celebrated very The bridegroomoiect is a Southerner by birth nnd a rich man by reason of Black Hills During tho courtship Wiss became a devout Catholic and lias applied for admission to the lloman Catholic Culled the jllnyor n July was an excit ing scene in the City lasting until late last over tho granting of street improvement Alderman Prefon called proMayor Stephens a and tho latter retorted that Prefon taino was the biggest blackguard in the Enrtlinimko in South ffirECIAL TO THE 1 July filight earthquake shock was felt here at oclock this It was scarcely no ticeable on the No damage way Obituary Margaret the last of the de scendants of Justin one of tho settlors of died Tuesday Jacob of Fort died aged ninetyfour She had been a lifelong resident of that rjlaee and was very well in tho Mohawk Francisco Chaplain to the forces who accompanied the Costa Rican army in the campaign against 1856 and died cm tho Don Manguel Araya has been appointed his suc William who was General Su perintendent of the Missouri Pacific Itailroad system from 1885 until Hhortly after tho death of ViceProsident and General Man ager died at the Lacledo in utter a brief tout Levers attack of brought th6 hot S Uncle an Al aba mi fin is He was with Andrew Jackson in tho Indian and carried the chain in the survey of Yorks now the city of which Jackson and his assocituos plotted in His wife died in 1842X and he never married but prayed every day at the grave of his Mary a wellknown actress of old woman died late Tuesday at her homo in this 07 AVost Ninetyninth of Groyw real name was Jennie She was a mem ber of Annie PixleyV company lant season and wan about fortytwo years of Sue Jeavos a husband and one Interment will be made today at the Actors tfuud plot in Evergreen ft The IoatDUpatob iarepraaontod ID tbe in n builneaa by MAX Boom Tribune New York Tho PostDispatJb ie tbe great local paper ol looluau ic in ill eitlautw for KILLED IN THE The Sad Heath of n Yoiina New Yorker ill SPECIAL TO THE GREENVILLE July News reached here this afternoon of a frightful accident which occurred early this morning about twenty miles above in the wilderness around Moosehead caus ing tho instant death of a young Now York A Peter brought the sad A party with the body in coining down the lake iu and is expected some time during the It 8eeinn that days ago a wealthy New Armistead arrived at mother and three sons They had laid Summer onting aud engaged two of They staett luiied last week with the proa pecii of Thov had no acquaintaiicedrfit but all ot the guests by the devotion exhibited by i member of the family towards the nud tin sojourners hore wero pained Beyond expression today when they learned of tlie sail accident that had orartalien I Tho guiilo says that thin mor Tg when the family was breakfasting in ciimp one of tho about eighteen years who had been waiting some time for his became annoyed at the slowness which they were being served bv the He complained that their trip wonld bo delayed unless more haste were As his complaints had no effect ho finally pushed away from the rude table with tho intention ot helping himself to some coffee which was in a pot by the camp The limited space in the camn caused some crowding and his Winchester rifle wan in his way RS ho He roaUiod to lift it from tho floor and clear the space In doing so tho hammer caught upo knot in a log aud instantly the charge iploded with fearful Young Armistead fell to the floor with the blood streaming from his and his parents and brothers started in horror from their seats at the shocking Only tho guideB had the presence of mind to realize what had happened and they lifted the blooding body carefully to Bee if lifo re mained and to check the flow of Life had The grief of the fam ily is described as something Examination showed that the ball had en tered at the side of young Armisteads passed directly through and camo out at tho back of his causing instant The guide was immediately sent to tho nearest telegraph station aud an HiidorUkei BUmmonodfrom who will proceed by special boat and meet the remains at Door Tomorrow morning the stricken family will leave for their home iu New The Inxult Prove Her TSPKCIAL TO TBE 1 July the wifo and two nieces of a prominent citi zen of New Albany wore on a train for this city about two weeks a man sal down in the seat with the younger of the aged Believing her to bo ho hocan talking to her in an insult ing The girl made no and when the man persisted she ruHhed from tho fainting whori she reached her Tho scoundrel rushed from tho with several passeiigerH in He jiimpec from the roar rolled down tho em bankment and has not since been POOH ot heard Nobody seemed to know his When tho train arrived here the poor girl was already suffering from brain ant it is now feared that her mind will bo per manently ArcbbiNliopH In July Catholic Arch bishops of the United States assembled foi their annual meeting today in Johns at Tho meetings aro Cardinal who today completed the flttyHixth year of his presides over the Hin in conversation with TIIK repre said it was the desire of tho Church to treat all matters of public wel fare in a broad and liberal llegarii ing tho Bchool question tho Cardinal said There is considerable unfair criticism heaped upon the nnd I hope peo ple of all denominations will look at it in a dispassionate Yon can Bay that all we desire in to educate our children in a Christian way and at the eame time make them patriotic American Ifluflt lray Bv the July State Factory In spectors have ruled that corporations in thin State receiving their charters from other Stateb come under tbe provisions of the Fayinen t though their stock may not he taxed in this In answei to of letters recently received the Inspectors have replied that tbe law appliec only to incorporated not to ordinary mercantile Complaints are being re ceived from the northern part of the State that the proprietors of iron mines and quar ries in that the abuses in which were primarily responsible in the main foi the passage of the Weekly Payment are Btrivmff to evade the These complaints are being given immediate attention and the violators of the law will be fully Wcntber For Island and Ccm necttcuti follovted during the afternoon or night by sftoibers southerly sta ttonary For Eastern New Eastwn Pennsyl uttnia ana jVcw southeast crlj stationary The following record shows the chancre iu the tempuruturo for the past twentyfoul in comparison with the correspond ing date of Jant as indicated by the thermometer at Perrys pharmacy 3 SOP OO O 7 TL 63 86 71 ftp Q p M 77 6 15 i Atj 5i OU Ayerue temperature 68M av for oormpondlnff Uto lui MGOSIGALS THE BODY OF HIS VICTIM FOUND IN MICHAELS GOODWIN WAS OETJELIiY KILLED AMD HASTILY Bxhumation of tlio Murdered Girls Re Jrlef of Her A World Reporter tho Hlid wlfo Annie Tiultcd Doctor Says He Will Tliore is no longer any mystery about tha murder of beautiful Aunio A ravo in which held the last secret of all disclosed it The remains of the dead cigarette alain by the pro fessional MoGomeaU of wore found in tne grave to which they had been consigned in the name 9f Jane Immediate identifi cation followed the New stronger proof than ever was found in the cheap coffin of the euilt of all concerned the girls cruel taking Evidence waa plenty of the indecent hasto of her It was plainly to be ncen that the body had been tossed into the coffln and hurried to the The limbs were no kind hand had tenderly pillowed the She was lying in a disordered heap in the pino An awful death this girt met in Shaws and Ehoulliko treatment of her remains waa given by the murderer and his accomplices THE WHERE AJBIE Yesterdays WOULD told the story of the killing Heading the account must have sont u shudderthrough the frame of any being at all The lonely death in Shaws reeking tho midnight visit of the doctor to the side of the the wrapping of the lifeless girl in a quilt and gathering of the remains in his tho struggling with his burden to place it over his tot patriarchalbearded old man with one foot in the the corpse as he staggered in tho dim lamplight to tho narrow trembling all the way down thclour steep flights with his stead ily increasing weight of his muscles strained and his skeletonfingers wrapped tightly ovor hia boy holding the streetdoor open for tho doctor and his bur den to pass depositing of the re mains in tho gig autl tho kicking and crush ing of them under the trip to Merritts undertaking bogus deathcortiiicato made out in tho name of Juno rude thrust ing of the cornae into tho coffin that was ready for and its swift burial in Miph nels Cemetery at thctfo chilling details were completely The reader cannot forgot Neither can ho help wondering how such i crime ivm possible iu New York it seems extraordinarily strange to learn that a girl could have been murdovnil in this city and her body disposed of and nobody know anything about this in the etory nnd tlio Annie Good win was ilcad and buried nearly ton days be fore the tragedy cume lo light and then it was discovered by the merest overheard canvcriation on an elevated It seems that there are men and in tlio world who can com pasa uuch shocking crimes as the slaying of the beautiful cigarette But there McGonigal and the Shaw woman are typos of THE WOULD adds an interesting chapter to the story of thin tragedy this It is not at all unlikely that tho midwife re ferred to in several interviews yesterday may be connected witli the THK WOULD has located this Augusta anil while she denies allega tions made agaiusther by Sadie who wan the dead girls chum and it isiiotnnpONKiblothatthe police may doubt Kern a word and ask a further explana from THE EOUY It having been satisfactorily Khown that an autopsy of the body of Annie Goodwin would be absolutely necessary to the trial of Coroner Messenier made preparations yesterday afternoon for ex huming the There was much trouble in locating the burialplaco of tho unfortunate and even when it had been established beyonu a doubt in tho Coroners mind that she who had been interred aa Jane Wilbur on the afternoon of July in plot ranee grave of tbo littlo cemetery of near was none other than Annie the super intendent of the cemetery henitaled about beginning tho work of fearins his right to do About the necessary papers and shortly afterwards the body in its rude board cothn was being hurriedly in a rumbling up the shady road which leads from the eommoiT Held of the cemetery to the receiving where the autopsy was A few re porters followed tho remains as the sole and were present when the coffin waa IT WAS ANNIE The with the exeepHon of the was found to bo in a remarkably good Btute of It was clad m a dirty white moraine trimmed with which had been torn tin from the skirtB and wrapped about the blackribbed stockings were drawn partially over the feet and A thin undershirt com pleted the scanty Beneath the body and tucked alorig its sides was tlip cotton which had been fur nished by and which Mc Gonigal had usod an a covering iu removing the girl to the The UOHI tiou of the body and dress alike gave every indication ol hurried preparations for The head was turned to one sido and the curly black hair which had had been BO admired in life was undone ana lay matted on the Upon the arrival ofDootors Con way and who performed thu body was taken from the coffin and placed upon a rudely oonatrnated tableit the tear of the receiving A cool breezt which   

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