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World (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, New York, New York TBE EYEDING ABOUT THE TIME OF SUNSET EVERY NIGHT THE SPORTING EXTRA OF S EVENING WORLDS 1 Appears is Read by I GUARANTEED GREATER THAN THAT OF ANY TWO OTIIIilt AMERICAN NEWS PAPERS AVERAGE NUJ1RKR OF COPIES PEE JJAY CUBING NINE MONTHS OF THE PllliSENT T0 GOOD Sic tine Sttue oitr SDienftytrtoual Icittt Me Stinioncm auf 6tr cjieii Boohs Open to SHoniau unb SonuaSeitb firtoiibcrc Sttdcntage in icrs SiKlnt on Htfm a c NUMBER OF SITUATIONS AND WANTED ft WANTS PUBWSHKD ON H S jj Durlnjr tlie Ijust Tlireo 3 During tlie Samo months I 2 3O I S PRICE TWO YOU OCTOBER PRJCE TWO 14 CHARLES DBEBD NEH to AltfhiENniKTTA BEAU DO KOB idoneu iili Kaat by dnuslittr of and et tlie rosiclpnco nt Mount to ELMEll PELL Oi Long York bytlin John MAMT KING to ITBANK tha 21st at 7 Louis Fuiiart notice in Lon JOHN HelfttivcB and friends JITO ruspeottully invited to ftttond tlin fumtral xorvioeK nt the Church of tho Uivino cornur niinajth on at S oclock Interment at Uraen On HELPS wife oi William Funeral Bloomflelrt Hoboken MAKTHA yonitttPHt daughter of Laura and the lato Adolr E funeral Thursday 3 from late at 4 LUOIKDA Funeral services at bouse of 3311 Monroe Fordhanii at 1 On Eaut CHIEIBTINA DOM wife of Thomas KO Funeral sorvfcos at 10 Jeromes Catholic Alozan der and 137th at Interment at Kay monds bo rtuua and duuphtar of i loved wife of Josoy Fredk Land ale Fun re an ae Funeral to take place at 10 from 1J Monroe tlienooto Aucustineb 3FOY On Joiiw at his X72 Ohorry Hulntivori and Jriende are respectfully invited to attend tuo funeral ut a on wife or and friends are respeutiully invited to attund tbe tnueral from ber Jatn on all Train leaves Jelnnd Oity at 1 1 carriages in waiting at Great Jseok PoisbtttseDBiB papers please from bis iato 324 West 17th Friday inornint thence to Her narda West 14th whore a solemn requiem mass will bo celebrated at 10 oclock tbeoue to Calvary FiltutOD ami Irian papers please At Hotel ROBEBT Funeral services at Lukes near Otb Thursday at 10 JLLOfe At BKBSJE agod Funeral and interment at At Long Island on SAHAH daughter of the late James and Mary oped 27 liwlfttivoa and frionds are respectfully invited to nttend tlio funeral from her late 11 North Washington to day at 1 Interment at Mount MARK On Monday at bis late 550 5th HuNlty 08 Vuneral aervicea will be held on 22d at 30 Relatives and friends are invited to omit unera services rom ou MKMueJts OF THE TAMMANY HALL GENERAL COMMITTEE of the IMth Assembly District aro re queatud to attend tho funeral or debased mcm JAMEH on k t im late 345 West At bcr SH8 Smith ANNA ET IZAPKTU beloved wife of Patrick The reliitivos and friends aro respectfully in vited to attend the funeral on at 2 IS bmttu Htli Wednesday Interment Columbia athis fi3A Vernon WILLIAM in the 73d year of his Relatives and friunds tiro invited to attend the funeralservices at tho residence of bis 224 Hosa oven ins at Interment at convenience of Friends avo requested not to send OBITUARY William a leadine lawyer and a prominent mai in Baltimore social died lie was fortyfour years of age and was not Dallam was a son of the late Josiah of Phil atitl wafl a nephew of oif Ha lian one David real estate agent in Charles Wetlierell Secretary and Treasurer of the Consolidation Coal Com pany of and a brotherinlaw of President Charleu of the Balti more and Ohio liailroad died yes terday of He was born in Penn sylvania in and married of in HewiiO son of George Mny of Keim also Secretary of tho Cumberland and Pennsyl vania Hailroad His Georffe is a director in the Baltimore and and was at one time receiver for the BoadiiiR Major connected with the CivilService died in Galveston aged iiltyeieht A SEPTUAGENARIAN Charles AgcA Seventyseven ConfcflBeH to Stealing Arm aged who for fortj years has been one of Harvards moat prominent to bo a having robbed his clients of He has been practising systematic frauds for He wan Justice of tho and foi ten years has boon doinc aeneral loan and collection He liaa paid the terest to his clients promptly and exhibited bogus mortgages which ho claimed he held security for the He admits his Twelve Drowned in tbo A cable despatch from China states that hia aud ten of Ms crew were drowned when his Lizzie wont ttflbore on the Loo Choo Inlands while bound from via to PiiKet The cnptainn tho mate and the remaining members of the crew were saved aud are at the Loo Choo THE very low prices furniture nt FLINT 14th and 6th are tempting many to Stje SBovlb Ijot fni Tionot September Bnco beuitctjc Wnnoiicen Ut ber liefle bay bic 93e UoHctitniv Stttu attgcfanncu bcu un fcgtijjbiiveii SicvU tev rjcutfdjeu Wlfti niti ifl lljc UBorlb bic riujigi iceltljc Vlnuonttn jtoci loubctn e3 tit ju rttuffcrc untcr Dcr beni Jdjm Slew nW Itfltub tin aitfttrr tcv eiinliffljc SOoxMD riittjnit nllc Jucldjf bculltb uiib bic totftyf buc flub unttber GLEASON GOES TO JAIL HE MUST SUFFER FOR HIS ASSAULT ON REPORTER JUDftE CULLEU SERTESOES EBI TO FIVE DAYS Deep DiBgraco of Tslnnrt Cityn Kx cciitlve Ifo COIVCTN ReuentU ih Ijanih of A Fine Also Tho Hontoticn Jjoiidly Ap plauded In Mayor Patrick of Lon wan yesterday pentenced to five days in jail and to pay a fine of Ho is now n the custody of tho under This which haa come upon tho chief executive of a New York was caused by bin uuprovokccl assanlt upon corpo newspaper of which he had previously been MAYOB PATBIOE JEUOME Tho Mayor was abnent in conformity with the ordinary proceed mes of the ho was called upon to show cause why sentence should not be passed upon him by Judyc Gullcii in the 3uennfl County Court of After his name had been called and his had begged he Court for a few minutes during which the defendant conferred with Foster in an adjoining there was a lull for a few moments in the murmuring of suppressed excitement among the TUou ney JCBSO Johnson and Downingcame coiisV They were Boonfolldtttrl by Mayor who made his way slowly to the At once all eyes were turned upon tho hu miliated He bore the unaccustomed scrutiny His colorless face and fur tive glances betrayed his ab solute and was depicted on his coun His head hung down and tho bushy masses of hair that topped his con tracted forehead showed how frequently he had run MB fingers through them within tho last half He wore the familiar faded blue frockcoat and carried slouch hat as though unaccustomed to possessing it elsewhere than on his at the defendant was called upon to show cause why sentence should not be passed upon him he made a motion to visa and then fell back Finally ho uroso in obedience to the Bummonw of the Court aud made Inn way to the whore he stood stupidly gazitur around At tho what he had to why sentence Bhould nob be passed on ho looked in a sort of way at his Downing was on hja foot in a and as Though hia faculties were thawing tho defendant returned to his As tho great battle progressed he began to show signs of The color returned slowly to relievo the haggard look upon his and once or twice he bent over to speak to his But tho time came when his anxious man ner The Court decided against tho objections of hia Patrick Gleaaon to the bar It was tho voice of the steady and This time the defendant rose me chanically and made hie way to the His face blanched and hia hands trembled vio And HO he stood while Judge Cnllen 7iaBsed sentence upon He listened to the burst of applause from tho spectators aud turned pleadingly to his A Mayor sontenceil to jail for ilvo days A thing unheard of even in Long Island whoro exMayor had served a term of imprisonment for since tbe Mayor of an Indiana town waa shot dead while committing a auch a degra dation of municipal dignity has not been During this tumultuous and expressive interval Patrick Gleaeon pat as though Then a court officer approached him atid touched him on tho and tho ponderous form of the Mayor of LOUJT Inland City rose aud passed out of It was a few minuten after 10 oclock when Judge Gullen toofc his seat upon the DistrictAttorney John Fleming wits on hand and irnmorliately moved for sentence in the cano ot the people against Mayor Patrick Call tue defendant to tho ijaid Judge about ten minutes United DiHtrictAttorney Jeatu the Mayorrf private aud 35euiamin his entered the and a few Heconds afterwards tho iletcudant walked into tho Oooruo the reporter whom Mayor Gleaeoa was The Mayor was beckoned to the front by the Have you anything to say why tho sen tence of the Court should not be imposed upon yon awhed the jumped up and said If the Court in the absence of Judge who detained at the Court of I arise for the purpose of first making a motion for a new ar d in case that is then for the purpose of mak ing a motion for arreflt of In case both of those motions nhould be de mod I will addraBH what I have to nay us to iljo qutiBliou o I will read upon the if the Court au affidavit miuhi hy one of ten named Tho or New Tim affidavit forth that Kelly was ono oi the that the jury remained out all Vhe night of 14 and until tlio licit tiio loth tliat u dinner time on the naid jury stoorl for conviction and five for a verdict of not Tbo jury appointed Goh hiird a committee on tho afternoon of the inth to ask the Judce what tho penalty of an assault iu the third Ho con stable in ohaiB of the jury and a short time later the ooiv stable notified the jury that the remarking the defendant hart not an es would not iiilorm tlrt jury AH tn the j ception on the trial that would A short time at tlio request of Mayor Gleuson WIH conducted into a sicle Gebhard was asked to iiotiiy romn where two oflicora kept watch over tlic Court through tho countable that it He was very uorvoim and paced was impossible for the jury to floor while his counsel went in Kenrch of a The constable returned and stated Justice who would grant a at Later ho in a loiul voice BO that all of trie jury could waa removed to the ttherifTa oMce under a hoar that tlie Judge was going to loavo ut iiO and did not agree upon a would ho lochofl up if the verdict they for another At oclock yesterday afternoon lt in the third decree in preference Tho jurors belieying tho statement of the conntablo home worn out and tho verdict of ffuilty wan Kelly further deposed that had it not been for tho statement of the coiiBtable and the fear that the jury would ho locked up another night no verdict of guilty would liave boon The aflidavit of John of another was read in cor He swore that ho crave up his deliberate conviction to consent to a vordict of to being locked up all The foreman of the Jacob Gob alsn made an affidavit which was read by He swore that it was argued iu the jury room that the punish ment for aKHault iu the third decree was merely a small fine and no imprinonment nnd that the constable told him the Judgo would keep the jury locked up until they could With all respect to the statements made by tli ere three paid DistrictAttorney Fleming in must there IH no roaaou to Hay that tiioe Ktatemonts aro borne out hy the facts in tho The utill au oilicnr of the and what he did nay to the il it wore to the can be eatuy ascertained from the officer I havo not heurrl it before suggested that the officer made any state ment to the The general rule ia well said Justice that the affidavits of iurorri cannot bo received to impeach their verdict BO lav their affidavits assert any misunder standing of tho penalty or auy statements made by their asHOciatcn aw to what the result would of they aro wholly ineffectual for any The name law is true of the lonctu oV time they wort kept toeother by the Phut SH a matter that entirely within tho conscience otf the Tlio Court no rearton tobeliove that his powers in that respect woro I am not en tirely clear as to whether tho statement to what tho constable said cornea within the mlo or Abruptly turning to tho Justice Cullen What tbe name of the officer who attended the jury Two De Mott aud John stepped Juwtice Cullen queHtioned them an to tho affidavits of the threo jurors and they denied having made the statements attributed to Then Downing insisted that their testi mony bo taken under onth which was JusticH Cullen hesitated a and then Baid I do not think under this I should be iustiiiod in Hotting asiilo thin Even if tho which they had made a expression in re sponse to jurors tho jurors would not havo any roaBou to The application for a now trial I will I will make a motion for an arrest of S idument 011 the same said That motion can only be made on a de fect of the was the reply of the there is none J take said and if with the Courts permission I would BUjrcrest to Your Honor that tho DistrictAttorney should not aflk for anything more than a nominal fine in tliiR Itisnot ihe business of the Diatrict it tho Court Justice Cullen iupaesini said tho Courts duty in in thin cane dopencla upon many The action of tho jury is undoubtedly entitled to some weight in the miud of the for after all tho judgment of tho jury listened to all tho testimony and weighed it is an unquestioned The question its to what punishment Hhonkl be proper to impose in a case of thin or of any kind rents with the That cannot be transferred to auy other to any other peiHon or to any other parb of the of Tho Court thinks and bolieveB that in thin cage it is not proper to unnecessarily disgyace a person who haH been honored bv high public as this the has certainly on the other there is not a perpon in thin however great his who IH above the reach of the and I will Kay ihero are certain offences when committed by those in are much woiHc and more aggravated than those committed by private of at bo tempted to Rtriko a blow while in the hoat of but thcio in no legal authority a man taking tho law in his own 41 on tho quoBtion of nuniHhraent the Court should ahvaya oonBider tho provo cation made by the use of this case the defendant here self commenced as tar as the ufi Sut in him Thon wordi aro this defendant was attacked by no remark of his antagonist until this was begun by The defendant offered first a pernicious epi thet to the complainant and tbo only thing the other party did was to retort in But that retort wan uohciteti by tho defend ant that excuse doR not inure to UU benefit that the complainant addressed with an abusive it ia a necessity here that order nhould be maintained in this But this defendant should not bo made to suffer for the benefit of the but conniderinc all tbe clemency that can be ex tended to the Court must consider the character of the the position of the parties aud what will result from this pun it IB not my intention to disgrace you ity riendine an the Court could iu its to the Penitentiary undei this The assault jou committed upon this raau waa wholly un If he had written things against you in the newspapers you liad your recourse to the law for both civil and You have soen nt to this man and must take the You are the Mavor of a instead of using your power and strength to attack a person as you you should know that youhad your re dress in other While an assauli of that nature is ordinarily ic is oi course worse when it IH made by a Mayor oi ft whose duty is to protect the not nKfanlt I shall nob disgrace as Ifiambe bv eonding yon to tho I Btiall not deprive you of your liberty but just o7if enough for you to reflect and United Htates Jewne Jolm son and exDiatrict Attorney Benjamin Downing made an application to JimKu Pratt of tho tiupromo Couit in Brooklyn tor a Htay of Judge Pratt scent fully an hour reading the application and the testimony in the At the uxuirntiou of that time he handed to Dowmnrr a memorandum iu which ho said that ho would not grant a stay that tho onlv course of procedure left open to counsel was to ap ply for n writ of habena The crime which wan thus dramatically and ffuisationaUy avenged bv tho State oi Nbw York was among the mont brutal and dincrusting that haa disgraced the Patrick Gleason in tho Mayor of Lone Island lie has nujoyed the ottice for two tnrmK previous to the He haw posed before tho pnoplo of Now York and whom he JH but slightly as a sincere an little versed in the wiles of politics as in the effeminate arts of polite Because Lone Inland under a rotten nnd corrupt but re spectable had drifted to the people wore not disinclined tn accept Patrick Gleasou at bin own val uation luul to roqavrt him an bin IT who did tmuKtantinl juntico when lie liad reoaurse to peruonivl Hut the mans even wjion lie ap aarod as a liguro in Lain Island City poli was a He had becc indicted in Brooklyn for violence at a primary elfc though he had nover been And buck in the sixties ho bad been indie tea iu the Federal Court oi thin district for irregu iaritiftB in tho diHtilhny AB time wont bylua recournc to violence 3 a menus of redeeming Krace in politic to Bhake public conJIrlence in his Almost every virtuous act on bis part was oilaut by a record of ptrsonal iggreHsion nnd brutal Patrick Glearoi in built in tho coarsest n on Id upon a bony framework tliat would jo iiivalimhla to R Ho HtaiidR at least U feet miint meamiro nnarly inches around his ban turns like a of loner reach and thorough de and cannot turn tho eculc at munli lens than tUO 80 far as tho iveratre human lotin IH coiicBrnecU ho in a rougrhanutumble onconnter such as Gloason stand about BH good a chance of being killed whether eniragod vrith the of Long Island City or the Pride of It wftH such a man that the unfortunate correspondent of the Afhociated George oncountered on a Hun day night in a Long Inland City The drinking place should havo boon according to It wan owned by an ox who know tho was the duty of Mayor Gltiasou to order it closed when he found it When he the forbidden place tho Mayor of Long Island City saw the object of hiR hatred seated at a In language prof an o and utterly unprovoked be him in an address to tlio persona with wbom lie was The smaller but more intelligent man re torted rather in defence than in a spirit of counter but tlio inflamed giant brooked nothing that suggested in It was shown iu the evidence ad duced in tho trial that be seized the un happy B truck him violently in the face and ihmc him on the It is though it waa not developed in that ho otlior WIHO maltreated At all Crowley wau a shamefully bruised mi and the raau who and at him wag the colonaal Chief Magitftviito of Long Island The incident nrouRed the iJidififimtiori of tho people oi the four cities wherever THE WORLDS story of the assault It became a question bow long ho should be to rule the town by assault and battery how long ho could fiwcnpe penal cniiaorrnenoes by threatd of personal violence to His conviction waa obtained under oircmn that promtBod little HatiHfaction to the championw of law but tho cane happened be tried before a Jiulcc who understood the ftitnation thoroughly and bad tbe courage to discharge bin duty BEATElTUr A HOSPITAL DEATH FOLLOWS THE BLOWS OF AN ENRAGED BELLEVUE A DELIRIUM TEEMENS PATIENT BTEUGK WHILE IN THE OPERATIC COPYRIGHT A Curious Artcmpt lo Enjoin IN In CABLE NEWS I ONDON Garden Theatre waw today the ncoue of a legal when all the principals in was produced wore served with papers by the musical varmnK thorn ngamBt preflontiufj tlio ho in conjunction with Aucustufl all rights in tho book In addition to tho papera nerved on the individual papers wore also nerved upon Bevignan and In an terview tliJn evening Lago said lliat it hiH rightu to produce aa it was produced at Covent Uardcii in which was nrior to the time of the formation of tho combination which now claims to have acquired all tho rights in Lohengrin and Lag o further claims that thin fact precludes Covent Garden from tbe control of tbe Tho Hitjnor admitted that if the Court decides aeaiuut him ho would have to withdraw his In Bpite of the papoiB wan pre sented tonight to a brilliant and crowded Further trouble is expected tomdr Hicnwnymnn Foiled bv Two Isabella andJose who live in Marcy but work in were walking to town on the Black River Hailroad tracks this when they were attacked by a lush way who presented a revolver and demanded their Tho girla made a denperato rosiHt auce and drove the thief Then they gave an alarm the villain was He proved to ho William an okl of who has already sewed two terms of Ho was held in Aberdeen Cominc to Karl and Cotintess of Aberdeen arrive here tomorrow from their Northwestern antl on Friday evening the Eurl and part will leave in Ohauncey Dcpewa private car ior Now ENGLISH HABERDASHERY Have received per steamer City of Berlin 160 3oublebreaHtod black and blue fine Cheviot They have been markec per suit same Bilk all These twits aro full and equal to tho best tailormade at We keep no cheap We have the finest readymade garments iu the work at moderate double and single breasted Box marked we havo them in brown and bJacli English the name as the nwel tailnrs charge to Onrrprice ioi these fonts At SO a ml i our lines oE for you and the and beiico the rentence of the Court is that yon be impris oned five dnys iu tho County Jail aud that you pay a fine of The sentence was received with tumul tuous When quiet reiKned Downing asked for a stay of execution of the sentence for the purpose ot Justice Ciillon denied th I Overcoata arediJlerent from what any bout in the United States is For lit am workmanship we cannot be Plenty of clothins housoa sell lowpriced but none can equal ua for finish and Every garment guaranteed or money re When we sell blue we guarantee i indigo oi fast V Jolin In HSa llavlitfftt Sptta in tho Fnco of Ills Henry Kick Strapptd Down nnd Wns nt tho HZorcy of the A patient brutally etruck and perhaps lulled by tho blows is the tale that now comes from Bollevuo John Will iam a stalwart is a corpse at the and his nurso in the hospi Henry is under arrest cliarned with canning his SpraRiio wns thirtysix yoars old and lived with his wife nnd f our youns children on tho second floor of 171 East Ninetysecond Nino months ago he was obliged to pive tho ice business and secured em ployment in Eupports brewery as driver of a brewery The free access to icor nmflo him a but it was not tin til tliat ho became a heavy Iis constant drinking brought him ast Saturday to the verge of lelerium On Monday ho was at with HOVOTO pains in tho and caring that ho would bo dangerously sick his wife to nend him to a hospi 1itmUy sho At her re quest Michael a late ilonday nJEht went to find a police nan who would call an olicomnn of the Eightyoichth streot station house was found and by is advise Spracuo wan taken to tlio Eighty oiglith street where an ambu anco was called from tho Presbyterian Hos As Spraguo was he was alon by the ambulance surgeon to Belle ruo where they havo facilities for ho care of such At Bellovne the man was put in tho cago where prisoners and some of the al coholic patients are Stewart vho has cliarRe of the found the man almost raving and imagining that ho was driving his wagon at a fiiriotm Ho gave ho patient nomc morphine to quiet as the latter grow no better directed that he be strapped in Abont yesterday morning Herman an assis tant was sont by Iaton into to sno how Spraguo Ho was worse than Schneider decided to administer a hypodermic njection of To hoop the vationt quiet ho requested Nurse who was in cliareo of the to hold tho patient y pressing on his shoulders while mor phine was Tho doctor first intended o make a puncture in tho mans nit Srraguo was so restless that the left thmh was finally In tho mnan time SpraKUo was imagining that ho was racing his The doctor had just uncovered the leg whon tho puckering hia spit in tho fttco of tho nurse who was holding Blind with fury Lawrence straight ened himfclf up and shot his clinched fist with lightning rapidity into the patients The blow lauded on Spratfiies left and a second fractured the bridge of his nose and cut his loft btop it who sprang in immediately between tho patient and tho What do you mean The nurao stood dumfoundeJ and said while tlio blood poured freely from tho 1 Leave tho ward instantly and tell Patou to come added the The nurso informed who hurried to tho 2t was found that SpragneH nose had been badly and it was with diffi culty that tho ilow of blood was It was necessary to put two in tho Warden Fallen was no tified aud immediately placed the nurde in the custody of Policeman of tho TwontyfirBt who in on duty in the Tho nurse had nothing to nay in his that tho man had spat in Ho WOK subsequently before Justice Tnintor aud remanded without bail until In the mean time Spraguo grew steadily worse and cliort about S Tlie Coroners oftico was notified and an autopsy will bo made today by Deputy Coroner Donlin to determine whether tho blows caused or hastened the mans dont said Schneider last that tlie blows had anything to do with KpraRues death or hastened it in the IIo would have died of the delirium The iiuiHe Lawrence is a young thirtvono yearn and was born in He anpliod for admission to tho Mills Train ing School of lleltevne Hospital 1 and was then a resident of New He presented letters from ono ov two physi who recommended bis qualifications and referred to ioyoral The letters were and ever since ho has been connected with Bellevue He has served In almost every ward in the institution and gave general satisfac He was atten prompt until He had charge of the cage for about three weeks and was never before Unown to abuse a A brother of it is now waa also a nurno at Bellevuo but discharged several years ago forbid peculiar It was ttumorlit he wan Lawrence IH a tall with brown hair aud mustkcho and sallow I was informed of tho assault by said Warden Fallen last and investigated it and placed Lawrence under I consid ered it advisable to take steps to secure him in the event of any serious I directed that he bo taken to and that Schneider accompany him and make a oharuc of I havo absolutely no voice in the selection and appoint ment of and can only aee that they lo their It is a fact that the training school appoints all tho nurses in this and we are oblicad to accept them whether aood 01 So far aa their appointment IK con cerned I dont hold tnyself responsible at Whenever abuses como under my notice I utanip them 1 dont know any thing about this No complaints havo ever reached me concerning I regret the whole affair the Superintendent of the Mills Training could not be found It was how that the school is under tho control of a board of whoso name are Alfred and and A desiring pnwcnta to recannneucltttmnB from two or turno phynioians iiid stating tlio appli cants Character and quuliucatUmn as well as previous The let ters are examined aud it satisfac tory tho applicant is admitted to tho The course consists of a few lectures and practical experience in unrsins Bellevue Hospital The nurses are font to the hospital bv Williard and the Bellovne Hospital officials are forced to take To this school Nurbe Lemuel Tammany Dont Bcotl t Ill Come Appear in THE WORLD GOVERNOR HILL IN AN ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION IN HE TBLtS THE FAEMEES WHAT IES TABIFF DOES FOB SCOTT AND THE The Sequel Will ayne who a short time it will be poisoned B patient in bis care and is now under bail d await the action of Grand At hat time tho training school and its man agement received a sharp rap at tbo hands of the Coroners Jury and its management brought to light in Tim Sprnguea wife called at the hospital to earn how ho was yesterday afternoon and vaa greatly flhocked to hear of his hey had been mavrlod nine Their onr children are a eight years a ive who IB crippled a two and a threo They are almost FAMED PETE WCARTNEY lie Kinir oT CounterfoltcrH Brcatlico Ells Lust in rsPEOIAL TO THE 1 MoCart tho creatoet countcvfoitor the world has iver died today in the Columbus Ohio where he was serriuir ut a ten years No criminal in his peculiar lino lina at any approaohefl the extraordinary skill dis played by McCartney as a So daring was hia reputation and so perfect his vork that years ago ho oarnotl the Kmtr of tlie a uame which 1K proudly without tear of com until his Ho wan tho smart oflt allround counterfeiter kuowu to crimi nal history and an a raiser of bills of a the tranarormoil money ho wns conHidered an utiat of rare and uuapproacliable cxcol John Peter us he was properly waa born on a tarm in Illinois about sixtysix yearn and when but yet a boy fell in with tho notorious Johnston hen nofcod experts in all branches of conn Just as the war broke out great numbers of spurious greenbacks boian to circulate in tlie Secret Service officers racod the Bourco of the counterfeits to who was thon a sutler in tho LJnion Ho wan placed in irons and started with hia captorH to but on Ue way ho couvinced them that ironB wore They woro removed and Mc Cartney tcok the tirst opportunity to make ft dash for Ho made his escape and went Went to whore he coivtiimed tiis Ho faithfully did hia next 3ouuterfeitH resemble tho real bills that tho Government was actually obliged to withdraw from an entire IBBIIO of tho genuine McCartney kept quiet for some time hut laziness was never a characteristic trait in hie He engaged himself in milking mates for the fractional pnper known in those as Immense quantities of thosebills wore BOOH floated all over the and after oxtremoly liard work tbo Secret Service again traced tho source of manufacture to Thin time the clever rascal wan assisted by the Johnston brothers and Mam another noted Once more McCartney started to LOUIK a pris oner in the custody of a United States mar Ho vowed lie would never eret there as a prisoner and he kept his As the miiu wafc travelling at the rate of thirtytwo miles hour no jumped through a window of tho sloepingoar while rounding the tlorseshoe lieiid aud again be was a free inlSTO was arreiited in Louis with a guns of other noted criminals at a head quarters which they had A great quantity of bogus bills and tinted paper was and a satchel containing over in excellent counterfeits wns Found at the Honthern Tho eanir was locked up in the jail at tho Four Here McCartneys wonderful mechanical skill procured his freedom once Out of a common tin cup and a pewter upoon ho niado a koy with which ho opened every cell on ono with the ain of tho other burrowed hia way thronch the It was said at that time that aomo of tho jail officials lent him He went East and a short time after wards ho succeeded in counterfeiting a United States So cleverly waa this work performed that the Government ac tually redeemed the and later the bolder of the genuine bond was arrested as a McCartney was and served twelve years in the Michigan City Penitentiary for the IB 18S8 lie waa captured rodhanded in Now Or and was brouoht to whore lie was sentenced to ten years imprison McCartney was a highly educated Ho was practical engraver and tool a thorough chemist and poHsessod the secret of making paper BO closely rc Rembline the Oovernmont paper that detec tion was almost At one time there was a reward of offered ior his He was assisted by his wife in moit of lio had been arrested at least a score of times in various parts of tho but on nearly every occasion he managed to In a fracas in Texas hfl was shot and wounded and while limping around on crutches ho iahneil the famous escape from the jail in Countnrfciftera rSPECIALTO THE 1 United Statei authorities last night arrested Grout William and Bert father and o near on the charge of counter They had been for several month engaged in passing bogus and a larg number of them wore Found in their nouses principally of the twentydollar de A BIG The Iondoi tho VixinrO uml o ut Broadway niul 3raml at Tho London it Liverpool Clothing on of the largest aud wealthiest corporation in has bought the Block of fir readymade together with th fixtures and lease of tho store recently cnpicd by the Don Clothing Association corner Grand V HEY ARE NOW IN LIMBO HREE AMERICAN JEWELRYSNATCH ERS CAUGHT IN KHESTED AFTER A VERY SUCOESSFUL BEASON BIKOB JUNE Robert Alfred Alico Condy autl Fraucea Irving Wcro to Sail Hither on Saturday but for Tbia WriRlit IB Sitlit to Be the Known Billy Burke or Hilly tlio American namocl Alfred Wright nnd two wotnon amed Alice Condy aud Frances Irvino or rvine were arraigned in a police court to ay on the charge of robbing a jeweller in heapside of a diamond brooch valued at It is believed tliat the priFonors are mplicated in other jewelry robberies that ave recently occurred in It aii ears that tho trio intended leaving Ior America ou ono of tho steamers n They were charaed at lie Mansion House Police Court this lorniuB with tbo and after sonic ormal evidence had boon given they were emnndod for a In addition to stolon roporty found on the prisoners a pawn oket ior worth of diamonds was ouud on tho male who hail vor deposited Bterlinsi at Lows Ex WriditH aliases are ohn Harper and Tho prisoners arrived in London during ho latter part of A member of ono f the largest hrms of jewellers on Lmlfrate ill aud Bond street says Tho revelations f this case aro only in their Every eadins London has been Detective Egansays There is no oubt that tho prisoners are a clover gang f thieves who aro always prowl ng between America and Thu woman Francos Irving is tho wife of lie notorious bank thief who was convicted n London last and who is known as 3illy Bmko alias Billy the Ho and iis confederates tried to steal stor ing from a collectors lying on the ounter of Couttns but they pounced upon hy detectives who wore A Masterly Exposure of tbo Protection ilio New Tariff Fa vors tito Rch nnd Qpprognea tbe Uovcrnor Aromeil tireat Among the TO THE 1 tbo I Domocratio mind does not eive itaeU up to ecstatic but there are occa sions when uothinir short of that fulfils the and onn of them tho aavent of David Hill in tho capital of Protection about 6 oclock this The Governor came via Cleveland accompanied only by his Assist ant John and travelled all the way in proper Jeffer sonian taking regular trains aui ordinary He is announced to deliver four speeches in this tho last of which will be at the home of Major the opponent of From there ha will go into West Hill was mot here by a reception committee of tho partv and was joined also hv He is the guest of Prosecuting Attorney at whose iinely appointed home a reception took place this THE onEAT Certain local conditions finding their cause in events dating some yeara back put a eood deal of heart in the welcome that went out to tho bachelor and when His appearance was fcretold in letters a foot hiBh the people decided to turn and they to such an extent that tho streets have been packed all the evenincr and are now filled with crowds which cannot hope to do more than catch a momentary glimpse of They came on in wagons and by special So CHuecial attempt has been made at formal demonstration and the great uprising of tho people is a personal tribute as well as an indication of tho lively political fightintf which is coinff The parade of looal and visiting Democratic included about BO the 2ountors Tho speech was delivered to a responsive audience in the including all the building could poasibly Not fewer than persons were It is no figure of speech to say that thousands were turned from the and those who had seats had secured them hy joining a lone Men stood on the chairs and sat on each others shoulders in order to merely catch a glimpse of tho Governor and the enthusiasm was Hill was introduced hy Chairman John of and epoke aa follows THE GOVEBNOHS An important political campaign is that upon our country has entered No ImdowiriB rving has been Hlnoe then the woman living with tho man rring as his but he has boon onco onvicted under the name of Condy or Coady says she single and ofnses to give any She admits hat nhe is a native of Now York ami t lodgings wns found a box ready lacked aud labelled iO West lixtyflfth New with ho intended Hailing on Priday by ho Allan lino from The detectives have two fine fulllength janel taken of Sroadwav and Thirtyfourth Oiic van of Billy and represents him Irtssod in a frock with a llowqr in his aia the other is a striking pnr rait of Burkos who in charged on the hoot as Frances She is taken in a eal paletot reaching ilown to the feet and wears a hat trimmon with and in Jur and is an umbrella with a long silver She is a clever handsome vomaii of about and Coady ap pears to be abont 4 Blooitlnag French duel between aul Deroulcdo aud growing out of the debate in the Chamber of Dep uties yesterday relative to the aotiou of the Government against the ended in Tho weapons used were ois Twentyfive paces were marked off by seconds and tho principals took their At the word Keinaoh ut his shot flew wide of its Derouiede did not hen proposed that the duel bn but Deroulede declined to accede to tho The Wenther New York ana New con tinued fair weallier variable For Eastern Pennsylvania and JVetfl Jfr continued cnrlaWe winds Jalr weather rain Wednesday The following record shown the change in tho temperature for the past twentytQiir in comparison with the correspond ing date of last as indicated by the thermometer at Peirys Pharmacy more important haa been held within a gen The contest is not merely between men or nnd not only between gov ernmental The qneation presented to our votorn is not whether tha House nt shall bo or but whether tho nature of our Foltral Government is to be radically modi Jifid and the integrity of our institutions suc cessfully The great issue is the record of thu ilcpiiblican party m its brief control of No party has more reckleHlv defied more flagrantly disregarded more boastfully overturned more seriously in vaded private more arbitrarily en croached upon prerogatives of or more tyrannically used the power of a par tisan The animatingmotive of its acts Beemsto havo been only tho perpetuation of its own It has carod nothing for the consti tiathma tor tho nothing for tho its chief desire has been to get such a firm grip or control of govern ment that tor generations to come its politi cians may food upon tho spoils of To accomplish this tho party has in creased its majority in the House of Repre sentatives by arbitrarily ejecting Democrats from their seats has stolen the representa tion of ono State in thpSenato has admitted to ha denied representation to DemoovaticToyritorios ranch better qualified Ior Statehood iu point of population and re Bourcsis has i E u ored the riBh of a majority bv the tyrannical methods and ruling of the Speaker of tlio House haa squandered the Treasury surplus by extravagant appropri ations to conciliate particular intaresta naa unacted u tarilt hill which will supply corruption funds ior election haa con ducted a census denounced where as worthless and manipu lated for counting the Bepoblican populations up Unmocratio populations und has tlireatensd the enactment of a Force hill which will put an end to State authority in tho certification pi lederal ejections and make Congress not repre sentative of tho people but the oreatnre oi whatever men otucialB may choose to count THE This is tho record that confronts people and upon which they are asked to pass This is tho lor ail in dorsement of which the leaders of the Be publican party are now stumpingr the conu Long practice in hypocrisy has enabled them to disunite partisanship in patriotic but their after is one ion 01 ono rjiiiuo in untiiumiibcu o the Union States whoso only claim to ad nissioniB that they swell Hepublioan to copirtity anrt tho disapproval which Btrons and aroused in revolutionary their own lriEhtened by their head course has they 18Sa 54 4K il Bl Q 001 Oloo 48 49 is K 47 Average ceniporaturo a7i toutporalure ior corresponding date last CnmJnrt and Tllasa groat requisites uro fully rtlftt on tin Bltio hocwocn Now IhUndul Baltimore anil Washington by JorcOy nnd A VhB roid n tlmibk triokod itrf entire litil ultli hoiwy stuol rails ou rouk and tba parlor awl bleoptur nftrequipment to tbo tinent over All traiuK are lieatoii by titeam anil Itghtml by PiatBoo Station lootof Liberty Tlie in representod in Kaat In A business vrnr b Mix loom M Tribune Now York The PoBfcDupatoti IB tbn local papftv o luuain itm ostunswa lorndrti are endeavoring to bolster 110 their shaky pcmitiou by appeals to sectionalism and party No effort will be Bpared to re tain their political If our institn tions are to be preserved pnre and everv patriotic citisen must do his duty in rebukins this sraspius and tyrannical polit ical When the present Congress convened in December last the Hepublicarn had a ma jority oi three in the HonHe of Bepresenta which soon increased to eight by the admission of the Representatives o tha new Notwithstandins this ma jority it was difficult for the party in con trol to retain a quorum aud the loaders immediately took arbitrary measures to carry cut a policy previously aareed namely to omit enough Democrats and puat euoneh Republicans to give a epoa working Kishteen contestoa elec tion cases were submitted to tho Commutes on all but one brought by nepno that one bynman tvhoalterwMdi actjd with tho liepnhiicann an tho condition of his beiuy In order to tute the process of counting imt anil no rules were adopted for 11 space pf threo and thou only wlicn tiielond protest or tne country made it impolitio to outrace PUDtlQ Ihe House pvocesdiue Speaker called cenoral parliamentary but in was his own arbitrary THIS STOtEN Tho eaoredest parliamentar to the minority duriBe
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