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World (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, New York, New York 9 JUS AD PAGE 2 OF S THE EVENINGWORLD S g GDARANTEKD GKKATER THAN THAT OP ANY TWO NEWS PAPEES AVERAGE NUMBER OF COPIES PER DAY DURING NINE MONTHS OF THE PRESENT it c i Sf 2Bcmt ic Circulation Mooks Open to All nn Sic clue 6tcHe ober enfliicrUiial Itfen Sic bic bcutfcfjcn i auf bet lefcleit uttb Sotumbcnb fnib bejoiivcvc GieflcntaQC iu by 6iKlRC ffrcifg im bicftu c it E cfcit Me knfftfjcu 43 bic tiifllidj aiif to Icfoteit Seitc PRICE TWO NEW OCTOBER PRICE TWO 14 KJNGHT Oct at the brides a4Hobertoi Port y tlio G BDWAHD of Leo to WINNIE o Vroouian No pvonlng at H JOUN it to MAMIE Nflw York nnrlmr thn JEfltciy fit Pauls ICpifcoiiiu uti OHnton and Carroll hy thn Johii TKEIOAH to UKUINA dauKliter of Philipp MAOfiiK aged 15 beloved dttujrbter of Pet Brand mid the heloscrt siBttr of Kobert M her 107 West U4tb Itelatives aud friends nie rftttpucttally invifod toftttoad tho into rest on 13th GEOHCJE only fion of William nnd aged U2 years nud It Funorol iacvices lit Ba tlht a JOHN BAK ajjod 6W Funeral from his late 109 Oth Long on at 2 15tli Widow of tho Jato OharloH BliT Notice of funeral JOHN B K INKER H aged 78 RelaUveit And friends are respectfully invited to attend his funeral on at 3 from the Hoformed ouWoiBon corner Highland Jeraey City on B4ed 53 RelativoHnnd nienda aro respectfully invit to attend tbe funeral from hiw Inio 89 Garden at from tho Olmruli of Our Lady ol on at HANNAH widow ot Jason Funeral tho Presbyterian 11 beloTcd daughter of Patrick Cumminti und Nollie ague 3 years und 2 Iriande and relatives invitod to funeral irom the rofiidenoe of her iilCi 18th at JJ this ANN OED widow of John of white Funeral from the rosidence of hor 53 East 130th New 3 Helatives and frienda of tho family invited without further tho t4th JAMBS aged 513 years and 6 The relativoH and frioudc of tho family aro re invithd to attund the funeral at his Jato 325 AVest on Friday at 1 the 15th MABY widow ot tho Into William Rose tiervicea at Calvary near 4tli 17th at30 at bin late EtBt CHABLKB son of Henry in tho 24th year of hm Funeral MARTIN in bin 08th funeral at 2 Gal way pj MAC MAC at on the llth Interment in Cypress Hilla Cemetery at 2 a the residence of her ANNIE Me in the year ol her Funeral from tho residence of her C Kntiinrs on al fiau Antonio papers please on Monday ot tho SubPre oi aged lo 3 25 will talco place from hia wido otWJlllam MilleiMflil aod eldjat tiaugbter Uf nervmes at tho IjUthoran 21st between 5th and Gth at 2 JAMES son of Patrick and Alary Funeral from tho residence of his 302 Kast 7Jd on at 2 STEW 14 ALONZO Ou SMAN son of tbe late James in tho GJM year of hia Relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend tho funeral services from Andrews 127Ui aud 5th on at IS suddenly at his South Funeral service at Prnebytorinn South oclock In torment at Trinity Frienda and relatives invited to at hor 84 Jaekson the beloved wife of Michael Notice of funeral 3n DEHNIB CnoN Mjap 49 Ftibornl tiom bis lato S3 Wolcott at 3 oclock On BEH KARD nt bit DU South IQth Funeral will fcake place on fintnrday from Peter and 1auln Whyte where solemn requiem mass will be ofiared up for tbo ropbtte of his soul at Friendw and rmatives are invited to la tormeht at Plea BO OBITUARY Martin familiarly known an tho Bavou at hiB home in Tuesday after a brief ill Ho was born iu Ireland seventythree years or more and haB lived in this country for h all1 a He vras a claim ant of an estate in said to have be longed to his wifes James Thin waHteu yearn tiiuoo then the HUP Eofled heirnhip has been demonstrated to ave been a an imposition upon tho old man by frenchman and his accomplice in It was started prob ably as but the Baron believed in the validity of the John aered eightytwo an old New died suddenly yesterday aftor apoplexy at bis O West One Hundred and Twoutysixth lie was formerly a but retired many years John Past Supremo Chan cellor of the Knights of died at Fort ExAfiseniblyman Harvey died at Orange Caldwell was a member of the Leelifoture of He was eeventy f our years of Thomas for merly President of William Jewell died yesterday at ot tho age of seventyone Before go ing to Missouri he waa profoBBor in the Georgia State Military and at a still earlier period pastor of the First Bap tist Church in More recently he was pastor of tlio Tabernacl e Buptint Church and Jfinit Baptist Church in He was au instructor of and in the pulpit was an elo quent He was a native of and was a student in Trinity Colleen in that Granted n tSPCOIAL telegram to Bhlriff Miller from Filer was re ceiveoThere at 6 oclock announcing that he had granted a stay of proceadingn in tbe execution of Calvin Holden and Al bert sentenced to be hanged here on Dunham reprotH that ho did not gp on the saying that he could have cleared Holden and himself and con vjctod but wan advised not to testify by his Tho alleged confes sion Holden will be i FnsrcBt Trnln fn tbe I The IloyVl Bine Line trains between New Baltimore and Washington via Jor and not only vbe iMteet trains in toe but thplr eanlpmonc Boost em built and onibracen all tbe devices a appliances to eeoare and comfort tuat i knowa to toe oarbuilders Voatlbulad MAYOR GLEASON HE IS CONVICTED OF ASSAULT ON REPORTER THE COURT WILL IMPOSE HIS SENTENCE ON Served Yvlth iltpera fn 11 flvil Stilt for Idunnsos a He Left Clio Juror QuoMtlonlnK Fleiiilnffa Conduct fn the Iflnyor to Be BentcncccI Tueoday Mayor Patrick of Longlalancl was yesterday found guilty of assault in tbo third degree on Iteportoi George Crowly in the barroom of Millers The assault was although the men had been antagonistic foi some time owing to political The Mayor beat who is a small kicking it is after ing knocked him Tho jury bad received tho case into their hands at oclock Tuesday ant it was oclock yesterday 01 nflcr twenty hontB1 that thoy filed into court uud announced that they hai agreed upon a There were but few people in the court at tho and they were mostly all friends of the They had confidently expected a and in fact some of the more sanguiuo had believed up to the last that tun verdict would bo ono of On the other while tho verdict was it was not what the political and personal opponents of the big man had hoped They had in thoir secret plot tings striven to secure his indictment for assault in tho aeeoud and wove happy when the indictment charging the Mayor with a felony had boon They had then fought for his conviction as in in hopes then to charge tbe burly Mayor with being a felon and demand his removal from while they were pleased with half a still they wore not entirely After the verdict bad been announced Counsellor VYeller asltcd that tho jury bo and County Clerk Sutphiu proceeded to call the name of each anrt tliero was a peculiar expression of satisfaction on his faoo as the jurors ono after tho other confirmed tho report of the foreman und declared the Mayor guilty of assault in the third the extreme penalty for which is tine and one years imprisonment in the county or both fmo and imprison Thorn seems to bo considerable difference of opinion as to how the jury Tho opponents of the Mayor assort that upon the first taken immediately after the had retired to the they stood eleven for conviction and one f Tbe one for acquittal is alleged to be Gob of with Whom it is now as ported theMayqr has had business Gebhard isa Highway Commissionor in the town of On the other tho friends of the Mayor and the Mayor himself thai ou the first ballot ami until 11 oclock yes terday the jury stood eleven for acquittal and one lor Tho one man iu this case wart said to bo a Flushing with whom Gleasou had had an altercation some years The jnrymen declined to discuss the occur rence in the and would havo nothibg to Bay of the manner in which they arrived at their Judge Cullou announced that tbe accused would be arraigned for sentence on Tuesday As Mayor Gleason and his couuseVwero leaving the courtroom Under Iheriff Bharkey nerved him with the in the civil suit for damages instituted by Itcporter Crowly for the Glca son took tbe papers and with several ni bis friends entered the Jity Hall ana retired to his who had remained in the court room up to this followed the party and was congratulated by a number of the Mayors personal opponents as he loft the It is alleged that as soon aa the sentence is imposed counsel for Gleason will move for a stay pending an appeal for a new KADIEN Ho Stiys Ho Wau Falsely bv Tho lately deposed City Clerk Kadion is on the Ho says ho has been ille gally deposed in consequence of the per antagonism of tbe Tuesday night he appeared before the Board of Aldermen and asked permission to and before being accorded the priv ilege bo outlined the charges against and asserted that he had been vilified and Ho criticised tho Mayors action aud characterized lua motives as malicious and 1 He informed tbo Aldermen that ho had not boon legally removed and asserted that he bad already commenced suit for the salary for and announced that be held the key to the papers of the city and the combination to tho and would decline to surroundor them until he had boon paid his To a WOULD reporter lie asserted he had retained Counsellor of to prosecute Mayor Gleason for false He will endeavor to shor tlmt it was through liis connivance that ho was arrested while intoxicated and looked up in a cell at the First Precinct Police Statiou and kept there all The Long City iu comment ing on tho Kadien case The recent hasty and illegal mannerm which Clerk Kadlea was removed Is likely to be productive ol anotlier contest and an expensive Kadien has eorvort notice upon mayor Gleason and Treasurer Bleckwenn not to pay any salary to his Thomas It beinir alleircd that Curry has no Jngal rielitto tho or its OJerk Kndion unquestionably neglected his official duties lu tao most shameful and particularly ftt a time when It was of tile utmost importance tuat he unouKl give close und constant attention to the work imposed upon him in connection with tbo Fall Charges sbould liave been preferred in due form and the derelict offi cial pivon a chance to defend lninseliif H were possible ior him to offer of which might have been done as the nature of the case and tbe city held blameless in tbe ftnufcitb bculfcSe Z lj e SDo r I b Ijot lin SDiouat Ulict bfutfdjc grojjc ialjl ljt beftt bo6 bic SBt uiillcnina Rclt anacfangcn btn un SBtrll ber btutfdjtit nuv 1ft S lie SB or Ib bit Injlae rtrlfte SptSdjen ttnitvfonbcrn ts We tint toclaje clue nrdjjtrt Circulation iiutcr ber bcutfajm fBeuSUmma 9clt Bovf3 irgcnb eitic nnbcrc hcufjdjc obcv SB or It ciitpit atlc beutldjc Scute intfrtiiirni unp Sic loeldje buro beutfaje Slnnonctitcrrtidjttucr lut TO REPEAL THE BAIT How Newfonmllnml Is Trying to Out VanUco JBPECIAL TO THE 1 that tbo Robert of Uifc Newfoundland Govom after conildential interviews with Sir Julian British is now iu Gloucester offering the fishermen of that place free acccsH for bait and other supplies 011 the Newfoundland coant in re turn for free entry for Newfoundland fish intoAmerican baa created con Hiderablo anmsomenti in wellinformed cir cles It IB well known that the Govern mont of Newfoundland through ita now in ban plodded itself to tho Canadian Government to repeal tho Kow foundlaud bait under which a liconBe fee hari hitherto been charged for The imperial ansent wan given to this law on the exprebH tinderHtaiuHuc that its Hole object was io cripple tho French fishing industry in retaliation for tho French bouuty but operation has re sulted in dointf the Americans and Caua diana as much injury as the and ao proved disastrous tp Newfound landorH themselvefl iuaHniuoli as it hna deprived them or the profits derivable from the bait and HUpply Tho effect of adminiBtration of the law on Canadians drew iorth indienuiit remon Htraucen from he Dominion Governmeut and resulted in a promise of itn re which promise tho Newfoundland Government waa tho more ready to give bucaune it was returned to power upon the iaaiie that the act would be Under ihone orcuniBlanoeB it IH only a Ques tion of time when tueobuoxioiiH bait law will be but the anxionH to secure a sharp bargain and to wet something for has scut lionq to cooperate with Sir Julian Pannceforto in to tlie Americana the benefit ot thoir pvopoaed reciprocal arr an semen AT LAW FOR A Tho ioutf PoatUtspatcli ureprennted In tbo Bait in ft war by tUx room HO Tribune it in laiito i f A GfrlB Pathetic ami What Haft Comfi ol fGPECIAL TO THE T A suit was be gun in the courts hero yesterday by the wealthy relatives of Florence Virgein to gain poHseusion of her from a family named who have adopted The child hvi run away from the Koche on several oc casions within tho rant few and they have been compelled to institute hnbean corpus proceedings in order to get her Neighbors of the family say that ahe hoB been brutally The little girl wrote pathetic letter about a month ago to an of whoso huslmnd IK ia bnsmehs on William Now iu she ankod Virgoiri to take her nwuyfrom tho As a roHult tlie aunt arrived in this city yesterday and beuan legal proceed iuffs to gain poHBGHaiou of the Koch claims he heard of the child through tho Louia police aiul adopted Jnvefltication of recprdrioftho year in which tho Virgqipu claim little Eva was born fail to show record of her birth that and she her self thinks fllie in twelve years Nothing more can bo learued about her antecedents or the reason the Kocha are putting forth such efforts to Ueep At tho hcraflo of Alex 3fl3i Six tli it learned that Viryein had gone to Cincinnati to Ram poKHCBRiou of Uer Tho little cirl had written to her aunt a sorrowful letter com plainintr of hor treatment and imploring Notbiuc could be ascertained of tho childs birthplace or Trngia End of a Quarrel Between Chi pRsro Albert was shot and wounded at 3 oclock this morning by Policeman Thomas Tho men adjoipiug and there had been bad blood botwoon them for some A few nights ago they had a serious and afterwards J tinge reported Madden at the station for clrmliing while on This made matters At the roll oall at tho station last night Kane summoned the men before him and questioned them as to the Madden refused to and was told tliat he would be Bent before ftie Trial In reply ho took off his club and Htar and threw thorn on the Baying ho would and left the station mutter ing thrsatfl afrainut He WEB seen in iteveral Kaloonn during tho night While Jung e wan in the patrol box reporting to the station at U oclock this morn i UK Madden catne up and tired three at one of which tnok effect in his The murderer then walked away and has not yet been Officers at the utution asnort that tho men had their ilrnt nuarrel over roligioua and other Madden be ing a member of United Order of and Jnnffo retorted that Madden wan a ClaunaOae Out of tho officers the trouble THE WHOLE FAMILY Wife mid IerlinpB Child Poisoned nnil Clio IfEnn Shoots GlEClAL TO TIIE NEW with his wife and a baby a few days lived on Hall Showdosh was employed on the coal When the baby was born Showdoeh and hia wife had a bitter has been renewed from time to He accused her of Before he went to work yesterday morning they and he left her in Soon after he had left the house Show dosh took a quantity of noakeri them in hot and drank the poisonous A neighbor found her sick and and a dooror and her husband were sent The doctor said that the woman could not As floou as Bhowflosh heard thia he took hia and coing into the woodshed put tho muzzle of the weapon under his chin and sent a ball through tbe top of hie bhowdoah died last even Her husband lived until about 11 oclock While the women of the neighborhood Were tryinc to relieve Showdosh they forgot her aud when thev went to it they found it was Borne Busticct its mother gave it A niUUonnireN Thieving trial of John son of Millionaire Ed Hpoll of is going on in the Circuit He is accused of robbing cun store Inspector of tho Post Office is here and Spoll man for robbing a mail Sheriff of also wants him for safe and the authorities of Terre Haute are ready to put him through for robbing a ticket He does not deny the but claims emotional or impulsive No Proof Aaninnc evidence against tho alleged Harry who was arrested last appears to have been less positive than was at first Adami was brought into court today and the detectives oflered proof of his auilt a small bunch of They did not see him crpun the of the Wayne ap any one He Wait GREAT CRUELTY CHARGED CHARLES BATES SENT TO RHODE ISLAND UPON ACCUSED OP BETTING FIRE TO A HOKSE WITH Tbe Son of a New YorKer to In Court lor Excessive Brutality o a Bulky Denies that Ho IB but ilso Residents Aro Cliirlee of of Martin Bates KIH Greeno was arruBted yesterday by Jjotectivo Tom Adams on a warrant from The arrest WHS at his parents at iho Dakota on West Sevoutyeecond The charge agaiiifct youut Bates is that of extreme bru tality to a horse at Ho denies the It ia charged that in on yomiff Bates threw alcohol over a horse that had incurred lus and tljfjn act the animal on The detective brought bin prisoner down to the where the usual form was gone Ho admitted liia ami Assistant DistrictAttorney Lindsay turned him over to Officer Edward the asent from Rhode Has anybody elrio over been extradited from thin State for cruelty to animals T asked young Linctaay said ho did not recall oiiy cane of the The officer then started for tho train with liis The offetiae with which young Bates in charged created great excitement in New pore at the Tho VauderbiltB and Wbitneys are people of high social standing in are members of the Society for tlie Precaution of Cruelty to and they were specially indignant over the Young was quitn a favorite in IIia lather owufl a cottage on C odd in fir tori On 2 youutr Batffl had occasion to to Newport P bufiineHB and while tlierc ho had to uae one of IIIM fathers It wan and he IB said to have become very much Tho hired man was unable to manage the stubborn animal when it ia exclaimed Ill show you how to handlu Them tho claim is that ho took BOIJIO alco poured it over lie poor atumal and sot lire to Screaming with horse is Biiiti to have clftxbed down tlio jmnnhicr blindly an iron and HmasbtnK Tho uaighing of tyfe HufferJHp beuat wan hoard by tievRons living ttouiQ rlliu tance from the which WftB witneasocl by others in a padding train oiithe Old Colony Tho nkin the it was destroyed7 hi many ex posing the raw and qniverine In this condition the horso was ruturpedro1 ttus The roHklentB becfanae aroitsecJ wtieii the story trot about and Bated was adviaed tojoave lie did HO at coming to tbin A complaint was laid with the police an and of Rhode made a veovnuitioii on Hill tor young BateuH The penalty for a crime of this diameter in Khodo inland is pvmiHhable by ono years impriBOnment and It wan Maid that oreleiH wore eiven to drown the 11QWB Ol tile Bates arreHt was received here this ovoning with evident rtatJHfactiou by members of tiie Society for tno Prevention of Cruelty to They have naade every endeavor to secure thorough investigation of tho matter win first brought to the attention of the authorities by the story of a woman who chanced to be JiutcHs Mayor Cojcenhan that dur ing her walk with her little boy she cuine suddenly upon the spectacle of the hoieo friahtlully Bho said that sue did not recover from the shock for several Tlie Mayor Hpoke of tlio matter to of New who at once becan Lawyer counsel of the compelled Parmcr JBrigKB under pen alt r of the laxv to tell the animal came in that made an affidavit that Bates had Brififesfeaid the horaeH cries wore heard for lout distances More pitiful they were never The cast ap peared so Btre that Detective Hicliurmi and HaVunond received directions to secure from Davis a reaumition for BateaB This waH delayed becantio of the Cioveruors BIRCHALLS Tho Cunixdlaii ni urclorer Frcpuriiiff a Jlanuncrltit ou Ilia SrEClAt TO TDK Bircliall is spending most of his time vvritint mijrht by courtesy be called his autobioir He was induced to do thin that ho might KITO the world from liia own peu something of what the world hud already beard from and perhaps equally re uonrcoR of his brief but eventful and that ho might from tho Bale of the manuscript have Bomethinfir to turn over to hiH He iH writinj most iudun somotiraofl KittiuK up all The work IB wot expected to bo very elaborate and will deal very sparingly with the pointH in regard to which a state ment from him would bo eagerly received by the HIH inammcript it in cover about ono hundred pages of and will deal principally with some of the more inlereatlng OBcapades of bin English with porhapfl astatement iu reference to the Benwell Ho is ne gotiating with publUhora foi tbe printing of his book and Jiae applicatiouB from New He expects to make a frood sum out of it and will let it go tbe highest Turn key Forbes acts ns hitJ Tho Sheriff has bad an from from a mau who wants to do the and wlio claims a worldwide reputation and proraiiwH to do a neat job well with electricity or SPECIAL TO THE rich OB t woman in Niagara Jaue died lant mouth at Niagara Hor will was admitted to probate to THESAME OLD Did aiillrr Work HIP Clilcn i1 he mo in TO TTir I nrieat of Mi MihVrand in Nuw lias developed the tnct thnt William Wo ds worth who appears to be wanted by the law atiMioritioBof Great in the name iu 1SK1 and was con Bpicnoua iti a Heriea of ullugod brokoraco swindles in thiH aud which culminated in tho exposure of the fraudulent mcthodtj employed in oyeratinc the celebrated Fund and in tbe conviction ol two of itii prominent who was a re Ride tit of this WAS pernmidod by Frank brother if Dan the noted bucketshop to co into a moneymaking uchonio under tho cruise of grain ami coni mititiion but winch turned ont to he HoinctliinK much IOHB Tlio linn was known HH FluinmiiifeT t but iu reality no such man ILFI FlemmiiiK was in his name beinji need Rimply to shield Frank TjorinffH Miller prom ised a handsome returu for hln part in tho and tlie public who were invited to by moium ol finwhy were Toured proJilH of from Io to no per a Uaoh inventor received a socalled cortifi cato of oml tlio dciiln in which ho might indieatu thnt lie dcwirod to place provinioiiH or stocks ticsiRnaUd with Home letter of the aRFund JV D or I The Hrm roprenuntod that they operated throuuu tho Board of Trade j b3tho they bad no and I that they had special for pre 1 dieting the oourne of their I in other were all from tho To bo they make a mimalto Homo and HO and HO Their business grew to immense nropor and dealers lot prolitu that appeared to be very handsome and had they been really would havo A man with in some would get perhaps or a and this onunwaged him to put in more and get hiH ncighhnrfl all believing that these Chiimfro wore actually nmkiittf tbo nrofttt they repre out of which the latter were natiK ficvl to rrccivo only a small But at the end of lilteon a cyclone p truck the Flemming nnd Miller nlfiiaied to have maclo an nnfortmiate deal I or aU tho uuirKiuR wore wiped anew fund called Fund II was started aud in a Hhort tmio went tho way of tho Miller then got ont and went to ho at tbo time undorstood finite aud he probably han not yet forgotten tlie Then Frank who had all nlonjT beon backed in buaineaa CDterrrJ80H by hiti IJan nririnnzcd tho pntnriouH Fund J t was baRad on tho fiamo pltum ae itw predeccHeorH but it cot a IriffKor drew in Xmovo people and controlled vaster Hiimy of A Goaaon of prosper ity Tho firm nanifi waw now changed to Fienuniufi tlie latter boincr a Soon after tho launching of tbo Huiifiine Miller canto back from Kuropo and uiado tliingB no warm for thoLonigK that Inn sileiKio had to bo the ineludint alno a number of letteiH Frank This fund for buying and nelliiiK provinionK but not a trannactioii of GithsiJlmifl ever made so far an could bo the Tlio postal authorities got hold of tho concern in 1 and Frank Lorinc and Flemming the In tier hav rne fprcod the Lqrintrs to recognize and Bhare nraflts with him were Thoy on trial in proved fa bo tho principals and both Rot a year in tho Cook County but wore pardoned by Preeklout Arthur in Tho trial of those worthies showed that the profitfl oif Jinnd inside of ton montliH 000 tliatlflommluff and Miller panned their money to Dan Lor and that it eventually was planed in Chicago whoro it could reached with eaHo that Dan Loring wau the head of Two bitf bucketshops in tjiiw 1ublio Grain and Ktock Ex cbanjro and the Metropolitan Grain Ex change that the proceedo of tlealu were turned over to ihono concerns tlmt tho books of thOHo bncketHliopH wore altered ao an to nhow that Flcnuniiiff and Wilier had lout lame HUIXIH in Bpecnlationa that from ono Chicago hank alone tho day before the collapno of Fund W nearly WUH drawn and There was a boJIef in Chicago at the time of tho trial that the onormonfl profits of tbe HWindle wore divided between tho and liiram all directors of tbo two In tho procoedingfi for pardon Kan horing Huppliod tho moucy and ooonorated with Mike the noted and Alike of Nfew and McDonald viflitcd tho White House together Cregan prosontod tho matter to and tho next clay a pardon was in ll is believed to bo quite possible that Will iam Wordsworth Miller has been work in a oil bis fund knowledge upon tho Brit ish MR THACHERS SHARP It n Wny to Keep New York Per manently in Mijiht at TO THE A project for making the Now York State exhibit at the WorldH jair a prominent feature of Chicago is BUEcestod by John Boycl Thachor of thiH ono of the National iIiiKtoad of appropriating for tho usual temporary structure to bo erected by each ho recommends that tho Btato cnousjh to evoot a building that oh all not only bo a credit to tho Empire State during the but Kball reman a monument to the enterprise of Now for all If tbe Btate will buck tho scheme financially no difficulty will be experienced in securing a ood site and plenty of assistance from jsew orkere now living in There is a society in that city known as the Sons of New with a membership of over Jive which in ready to help the project as woon as some definite action JH thinkB that in case the State decides to build Fucli a Htrnc turc an admirable site in one of tho oarkn be uiven either by the city of Chicago or tlie Sous of Now At the clone of the Fair ho proposes that the building be turned over to the Society to bo iibed as a ceneraj headcjnariers for Jvew Yorkers visit intf tbe to maintain the egtablishuieutaudeutertaiii Iftontlily flouulon of cbe PrctiN Ibe monthly reunion of tho New York Clnb was held last night at tho Club It disposes of UIR old Porter estates I 120 Nassau Among Niagara her nend wts the last of the wellknown Jndgo Auenutua Porters A Public Library SPECIAL TO THE Public Library WBH dedicated in this city Jate Miniator to delivered an The library is theeift of Charles Haokley to the city and has with equipment of To Take Congers Tho Kepubli can Congressional Convention of tlie Hov entli Die trio t yesterday nomi R Methodist Church President Charles Wilson and John of tbe Health Board Bliss Minnie President of the Womens Press and MIKS Hannah Moses made the opening MiBB Enueiiie Riohtcr cave a whistling folitiwod by a tunibleronicoii wnio bv There was an imitation of bird warbliiiK by Mate Miss Johnston Rang asoprano solo a son Carlaud by the lirnuswicl Quartet and a folo was uiven by 0thers who nnd Miss Gertrude There was Hindus took part wer red Emerson liobort Duubat and Julie He liobort Duubat and tha Hies Palmei also eang nteok SIMPLE QUESTION IN Vncle Sam Has Pnjnilation nf JCcio City and tlio Jolicctnang Jfiyurns Are of Ao Consequence to THE SWEATBOX INVESTIGATING THE RHODE ISLAND STATE REFORM SCHOOL POOR LITTLE OHABLEY MOARTHY 13 TOO WEAK TO concluded lie could not live anil set him Wo called in tlie nodical nnd ho got tbe boy Into tho Tbe doc tors say hell die in a short J3iirilly Morn Tlian a Skeleton nnd Not Able to lEiiiNO His opt on llrend nnd Water In a Dark Den for Bccuufio Would Not Apologize I IflrECIAL TO THE 1 A more piti ful and shocking spectacle haw rarely been neon in thU city preneutoii today j by Qhariey on investiffation into theollerred cruelties at tho SockouoBHet State Ileforra who but fourteen years con0nod in tho sweat box at tbo institution for thirtytwo and today he ia but little move a more skeleton of a once bright When brought to the hearing by his parents he was livid and and death faeemod im Tbe members of tho Committoo were aud Chairman Wilson that they would not listen to a word uttered by a child in such a helnloss physi cal But tho parontB insisted that tho Oom miflPioners should hoar his and thoy supported the lad that ho might take the But young McCarthy was too weak to hold out his hand aud IUH fathor hold his arm up for When liberated tho hand dropped helplessly to tho boys The Commis siouerH refused to swear him in his helpless and after reviving tho poor Ud with brandy they sout him McCarthy testified that when first seen bv her at the had be come BO weak that ho had to crawl down Ho told her how ho had been con fined in the dark cellar for thirtytwo days on bread and Niebeckor told her that Charley would not aDologize ana for that reason was fclhe further paid hor boys body was black and blue whore he had been an ho McCarthy won rolenseffl because of his weak and wus confined in tho Khodo Ishnul floa whoro he became a bodridden in who admitted the solitary confinement of young denies that tho Hwoatljox IB a bad Ho contends that McCarthys health was bad when ho first came to tho THE in July published a threecolumn Htory of this bovs shocking treatment at the lUiude Inland State Ho wan then lying itvja Providence hospital slowly dying of Tho hoHpital doctor who attended him believed the boyH condition waa due fco the brutal treatment accorded In Charley wus sent to tho Reformatory for stealing ft Ificcnt pot of baked though ho linn MwayH asserted his inno According to his ho was treated roughly from the Bix weeks after his incarceration Keeper Eastman kicked him on the shins and slapped his That night ho and another boy jumped from tho window their dormitory and ran Charley went to and after three months of dodging Rot and wrote to his through a lawyer to whom she paid secured hi H as sho Tho State Fair was held at Narracansett in Soptombor last Charley wont and being by the Reform Mnliool was arrested and taken back to the H in who in fully corroborated by Medical Examiner of the Rhode Inland tells the story of his boys treatment after this last arrest They put him in the sweatbox when they got him lie was a healthy boy then and had never been sick a He weighed 1M7 which in big weicrhtior aledimdcr fifteen The Is a mime the boys havo for a dark Theres no light can it m except turouffh a halfinch cracli under door and the only furniture In tho place was a slop The lad was kepi solitary in this dark hole lor thirtytwo days ou bread aud wa which he got twice a when the mother railed to see him she was re but sho finally sot penmnBion through you wouldnt have known the boy to look nt He waf more like a wild IfOBBt kept there In tbe They wanted mm to apologize before theyd let him but he told em tlie lawyar hod tfot him dis charged aud he had no riiut to liia mother near went crazy to BOG her boy treated We laid our rase before Representative of tho State and he went end eaw the The Superintend ent saia the boy wue a uura case aim wouldnt humble At the Jast the boy got HO poorly that they took him out of the Bweatliox of own ao They set him to work Khovollipiy He was BO weak tlmt he loll on t lit ground ex They put him io bed Uwt with out any H was tberc for n day or two longer and thoii tuoy tnmaferred him to the Uouee of wtiere he wua put to work wnh He was tfjnre threo Ho got but ho could not eat nnd ho kept tfetiiutf Tlicy omd he woula not oat because he waa A sdcond time ho waa uutin the sweatbox because he had wordu with a colored boyover a frame of He was locked up in darJmcsa over lo a lo ime after he A SAD Sho Cntnc AM the Wny from Htinffary Only tn Fiixl Her IKPECIAL TO THK 1 a met a horrible death m tho mines at Audonricd Bhortly after mithiight last A slip occurred in tho oanprway and caught nnrt tlio Bharu odgoa of the coal almost cut him to In tho same mine at 7 oclock a Hungarian minor and his laborer were crushed fco a jolly under toiiH of Tlio who hiul oiuy been in thn conntry a few narl Kaverl np Biirticieut raouey to pay the paHBacro of hia swoettieurt from She landed at New Yoik yonter oay Mid was to roach Aiulcnried Tho who in said to be is the daughter of a wealthy and on ac count of her passion for tho poov peasant was illucarded and driven from A CflntstlH Official BPKCIAL TO THE Horo is a para graph from this evenings Star Campbell Chief of tho Debt and Taxation Division of the who has been charged by a Bepublican newspaper with havincc furnished atatistioa without authority which wore of value to the Uemocratn for campaign in dieiiantly denies that ho has given out any such Uo said to the Star re porter today that ho belongs to neither political is an Englishman who came liero in nnd is not yqt He was appointed afl a statistical cxportand not through any political He pre sumed that tho wliolo story arose from the publication of bulletin 0 on the financial condition of Upon its issue nu merous newspaper correspondents applied lor specific iiguroa in counties in which their respective papers In each ho he referred the upclicants to the superintendents of tho and gave tho information only when authorized ao to Trouble Bering for SrEOlAL TO THTC who represents the wholesale glove house of An Old Rnllrond TO TDK A worldngnicns train on tho Wrentham branch of the Old Colony Railroad ran into a flat car at Wampum Station at derailing two Division Elisba of was killed and a laborer fatally Merrill was ono of tho oldest railroad inon in hav ing boon twentylive yoars ou Kcw England OH for III VViutrr Ban croft left on tho New York boat toulghton his way to his Winter home in being considered too feeble to go by rail as He will Htop in New York for ExSecretary of the Navy and Whitney also returned to Washington to For Mayor of Edward President of the Fallkill National was nominated by tho Democrats of tills this for Tho IVentbor for Eastern NHW Jersey and erlv wtnas fair For New fair sta tionary variable ally For Aew station ary westerly The following record shows the changes in the temperature for the past twentyfour in comparison with the correspond ing date of last as indicated by the thermometer at PorryB Pharmacy 48 00 40 II OU 54 67 57 5a 54 Average teroporatnre Average temperftture lor corresponding ilate last 5 ENGLISH HABERDASHERY lie Not Only Itlarrlcil tbo Presidents Xlntiglitcr Tliroa but Harried HIH Second Wife and Alao a Third the Second rinffo to tho Houond Widespread interest has been excited by the story publiahed excluBively in Sundays WonLn of the eventful life of William H of this who died suddenlyin a Chicago hotel last week and whose body vaa cremated on Sunday at Fresh lu A curious development in the rase has men the discovery of another wife and daughter left by him and ft contest between two widows over their reBpective Many old friends of the Spenoor famify who wore intimate with its members when lie dead mans father was Secretary of the Treasury and at the time of the marriaee of Tylers daughter to William 5Doncor wore surprised to learn that he had een living in this city up to two months They had lost track of him yeaxo be fore upon the death of his first wife and the oss of tho fortune which he inherited from is Spencers disappearance from the social aud club world of Hew York was so complete that all his old friends ikoneht him He kept hia name out of thn city lived studi ounly avoided tho fashionable and pooulnr pulled his hat over his eyes when be saw an old and thus lived for twenty years in New York without any of iis old clasBmates at Yale College or ac quaintances of his jears of prosperity inowiiig of his 189 By Btoamer City of New York a now choice lot of doublebreasted Horsey in both brown and Oxford made with broad collar and box They are somewhat different to anything else we re ceived before this season and in style single and doublobfeasted fancy mude for stout new pat terns and new designs will be the B SPENCERS SECRET A SECOND WIDOW OF JULIA TYLERS HUSBAND MATKIMONIAL COMPLICATIONS IH A NOTED MABS During this time Spencer obliterated self to an extent that lie was able to iiave two neither one of whom a one while was aware of the existence of the Spencer was foud of crettins mar and left behind him puzzling matri monial As told in Sundays he was threo times married to President Tylers daughter twice se and tho laafc time at the Church of tho corner of Fifth avenue and Tenth when invitations wore issued to the wed and tho affair was the great social event in New York in the Spring of n tho group given herewith Miss Tyler aita in the lower lefthand corner with a whip in her The picture waa taken by a wan derinR pfiotojrrapher one afternoon at a lawn party nt Spencers Staten Island estate of All present were prominent in society in New York twenty reara Seated next to Miss Tyler is Kallie daughter of Judge Itua and the other three are Miss Mias Colborn and Miss They wore all close friends of 3Hins and were present at tho Fifth avenue PAID A OALL AT Among those whoso interest was aroused in the dead man by tho story of his extra ordinary life published iu Sundays was ilolin who lives at the corner of Broadway and Fifty Beeond Sponcors Laura was her and she knew tho family having a very distinct remembrance of the sensation produced the nodal and political world by the hanaini of Philip Spencer at the yardarm of the manofwar upon trumpedup of at a time when Jiis uncle was Minister for War in Prenident Tylers Gould a bio to bo present at the marriage of Spencer to Miss at the Church of the After reading the ac count in Sundays WORLD she called Caroline filjiWeat Biffh teenth and offered her That was tbo address found upon the card BpencorH pocket at tho time of his which read as follows Am now rooming at 36 Pine second Should I be taken pleiise aentl word to 334 V est Eighteenth New Miss Julia care of Shawville Poat care of Monroe 7 Hue I am insured in the Metropolitan Life Insurance ofllce ii West street and Iifth New I wish to bo cremated when not Be sure I dead AH HOOU as tho notices of the death were published two claimants for the life insur ance Spencera appeared at tlie uptown oflico of the Metropolitan Life Insurance on Fourteenth Ono of these was who keeps a floristV shop at I22l0olum buB between Seventyfourth aud Reventyiifth and the other was Caroline of 334 West Eighteenth Each claimed to be tlie widow of tho dead man and entitled to re ceive tho money for which life had been although the sum did not amount to two hundred The unexpected appearance of a second wife has likewiije brought to light a daugh whobe existence had hitherto been Sho is Victoria now six years of pic ture ia given a brown redcheeked uivL who bears a striking resemblance to Spencers other Julia Gardner Tyler who is now about twenty years of and at present living at with au the Countess and who is the ouly child of President Tylers TI1E NEWLY PI8COVERED WIDOW A WORLD representative last evening called upon who claims to bo William Spencers widow and legit imately entitled to the money for which bis life was She said she did not care for the hut for her own sake and that of her child she wished to have her Spencer explained her connection with the case aa follows Iwan married to William Spencer on May being at that time the widow of a Cleveland having a ion by whoisnowftt school and at 01 ave rack Withipft
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