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   World (Newspaper) - February 25, 1893, New York, New York                                Women i Propose r Labouchcres suggestion that they should will be discussed by prominent New York women In The Sunday FAIR Justin McCarthys New Story and other firstclass works of fiction will be In The Sunday PRICE TWO JVEW IKIWUAKY PRICE TWO 13 irintant administration ot ths State Departi ot thorough acquaint nuco with Thtirbors I qualities und llo bas been with 1revlous to Judge orsham s call Dickinson law student anil partner ary oster received many KxMayor i eighteen has ncctimulatcd a thouua a Is a and la In receipt of a professional rlMtannnt Iclanil nt rtnn nf t A Judge Oresham Confers for Three Hours ffilli Hie THEN HE GOES TO UKEW001 TO SEE THE Cleveland Chooses a Lawyer for His Private Henry nf n Partner of Don Named for liHinnnln Olil loni Itetlrltic Secrotnty of Stiue nod Cliaten Jremler Coma to UnilerltondlnK the llehrlne Sen Confer Extend nil Compli ment to The Clevelnnd Moot Him nt the Lnkewnoil Htmlnn Cabinet nicotine to He Uelrt Amonc tlia Jersey A man nearly six feet broadshouldered ludof athletto walked through the private entrance to tbo Fifth Avcnuo Hotel Just alter noon no was dressed In a dark buavcr tua upturned col lar of which could not conceal a heavy beard streaked with Ills black derby hat partially covered hair Just turning To the attendant at tho door the Without revealing his asked the way to tho apartment of of state John Kocolvmg tho directions lie mounted the stairs two at a tlmo and was soon knocking at Fosters parlor on the second The door now in an in Btant there were cries or How are aud Howaro and a hearty Tho door and lor nearly two hours Walter becro tary of State for the Cleveland Administra and tho gentleman who has Just re tired from that portfolio under the UnrrlHon were closeted Though Grcsuam has been at odds for yoars with Uenjamln bo and Foster have pre served their friendship for one as United States Agent to tbo Behrlng Sea which Is to assemble In will bo subject to Ihu authority of Secretary of state It was natural that the two should meet and discuss the case to bo presented on behalf of tho United mates Government to those who are to de cide whether we nhall have absolute jurisdic tion over tho Alaskan UUii OKBBUAM AND UDKLKIQH ON TUB Occupied us be has beon with his duties on i tbe and not expecting to bo called Into i the case at Oresham round himself I not as well Informed us bo might bo as to j what Foster and bis colleagues proposed to I Jo when they appeared before the Paris trl Tbo matter being of so delicate n jcharauter botb the oxgecrotury and the Bee J declined to discuss a tor publi judge Qresbam Is to Ihave retired from the Interview satisfied that ftbe case tor tbe United states will be pre euted H wns nearly a wben Judge Grosbam descenaed the staircase leading io the ew persons were there at tbe Ue jald to aWorld reporter regarding bis Foster f It was purely a social call You know rand myself were old friends In Ind As 1 am not n part of the state Depart nt ot course 1 am unablo to It 1 the UohrmgSea to so to Lakewood this afternoon I see 1 do not know PI shall meet any other members ot tbo By tbe I desire to l from tbe bottom ot my all tbe kind things The Worldbassald JBdge Grosbom by this tlmo bad was about to pick out Ierfejtos when be felt himself seized by the shoulder from oxololmed Blhut you 1 got your telegram ot Were you really sincere In Sut you wired me replied nry the itepubtiouneader in jiWttsblniitonltcniiSoluer You da no mistake In going into the imU you win muke u Kruno etary ot I want lo It they are Democrats you will nnd and Lament two of the brainiest boloiiaca to eltber fcYou aro very kind io talk as you re ieU the 1 am Just on my way Wont you walk to the station Oresbam and BtO tbo street L station ire ibey tbe Judge going down in to catchtho Lakewood special over tbe ana tbe oougressman re T W Flitb sali Ourleleb to a I reporter Is ono of the greatest lAmerlOan politics ui course Jt thaCho Is now in ihu Democratic I nliver cab forget his oxcullem atlon its PgBimaslorOentral the The last lime 1 l was me JDjvwe Uipuited for lo tr eoomlpato Iriisldeul Arthur ol Uroshnm Ptiwy ot the 1 llavld Davis HaJ plans jnailo u iBtlnx not lulsonrriedi Arthui and I was I aiwas best iriendshlp and admlra nd pwdiot tor him ersonut irlend ot was one of the artiest Then came Frederic WHO is expected to fall very income ot irom to a mo ties between the Stevenson am of u peculiarly place In the urm should be kept of the Pacine steamship i for hlln RUaaU his Intcresla preserved and nd hilward the corporations protected In his When nskod oiinsrl Von whether ho coulu afford to go he simply sold rtlnlslerai Secretary Afford lo go There li not hlnu tibo con Legation at Washington oxcept Clevelands I hope ho uilgo one ul theUehr ng not mistaken In bis conlldcncu nnd jiidg gates Paul luller nnd commodore I mentof but he thinks that I can icrvo Late In the afternoon roster said to n him and I shall I would rather leave my cportor that though he could not the nvord that bo summoned o enter Into an extended discussion ot the 1 that I in somo Uchrlng sea cose ho was Hopeful the conrer cnoa would bo and It would not bo through any fault of the American ruprc ontatlves It tho United States failed to ccuro all they had been contending 1vcn Mr nd oster 8W menmire fulfilled In his service nls expecta tions ot than to leave them a groat for Thurber comes ot a long line ot Demo crat lo Ills fat her was Ihu lulu Jefferson exspeaker of tho eec o Lillian Kusscllw the harden To1 Michigan for manyjears one of daughter of me Missouri Senalor sen acquaintance with public men throuRh ond i out tho He has visited Kngiand und twoot ibeAmerlcnn delejaiosio the comment frequently on prSftsatonal he and llubbaril iho business and earlier for educational Among ihose who know him well ho is uii lames Edward Phelps and Fred Tic tbo American will all March ff nRKSIIAH AT TUB Senator who arrived In tho olty ast expressed tuo opinion that tho caao of the United States would bo ably and In his judgment llrlinln would not bo represented by stronger egal Morgans friends will meet on the steamer nt 16 to bid him fare The Iommlueo on of which Henry llelntz Is Includes IL James Henry Uoracu llotcbklsa aud John tt who know him well ho is uis or his exceptional adaptability to his MR knowledge and his rare amiability and chucry tempera Doa Dickinson said My boys Steven sou by tlio way is ihlriyclghl uud Thurbor tltlrtynino years of ago are a part ot inj and 1 would not give up cither or tbtin on any other demand than thai or the chief Mevuisou ami 1 have agreed lo buckle to It and do Thurbcrs work 6s well us our Tliurber always does every thing lie has an extra Thurbor has a charming Ills He Is a granddaughter or the lato Hugh of historic fame In two nnd Is one of tbe most accomplished and be ored women In Uelroli flooil Angler nnd Dutiful TO THE crcsh former neighbors here think that per haps ono of Clevelands for selecting his Premier is that the Judge is a reat Several years ago ho broke his leg bv a fall while ilshlng In a stream near Tho spot has to bo tempting but tbu comes to see his aged mother every low una his former townsmen have tbo pleasure or talk Ing over boyhood days with GKESI1A11 IN CloTnluml Meetn tho Npxt Srcrc tury of ttMo nt the TO 84Judge Walter Grosham came to this afternoon ind is spending tne night at the Cleveland Judge Gresham came down on tbo Lakewood leaving Now York at and arriving hero at It was believed here that the now Secretary or State would bo a passenger upon this and many looplo weut to tbo station to see Hofore the train arrived he conviction that Judge Gresham was on board was strength ened as tho Cleveland carriage was seen driving down tho It stopped at the station and Cleveland taking her stand by n window of tbe station until the train pulled Judge Uresham was one of tbe first to He was accompanied by United states Mounter James ot New who camo to altrnd luo dinner given to Werts here tonight Judge Gresham car ried a small Ho was generally recognized as he stepped to the Ho was cordially greeted by Cleveland and at once entered ho carriage and was driven to tho senator with Presi dent Robert ot the nno other members of the NUW Jersey Legislature en tered u bus and were driven to one of the Judge Gresham will be a guest of Clove and until tomorrow KxHenator the new secretary ot tho Is then expected to and it Is spend Sunday with Thereto no truth in the report tbat a full meeum of the Cabinet would be hold bore before Clevelands departure lor Wash Cleveland has selected cs bla Private Secretary llenry ot Thurber Is a partner of lion Dickin In the law IIrm or Thurber and Is tbe Hi et Private secretary to be chosen for many years who was uot a A OBATT1NO WITH EXBEOBKTARV several ot the New Jersey legislators and members of tbe Governors staff attending i he Werts dinner made an Informal call at tbe Cleveland cottage and bald i heir respects to the ITosiaomeleoU tthveban and Ills John with tbelr are bere and will stay over TJlllKBEB FOR PB1VATB IJIeltliiioni LHW Selected for Lninonta Old TO THIi 1 ot this one of the law partners or Don received a tele gram today offering blm tbe private ysblp to rresldemoleot lie has signified bis Intention to accept tbe ai Tun appointment came to Tburber wltbout aud was extended In recognition ot bis admirable equipment tor the Cleveland baa known ulm tor and made tbe selection as a result Thn Olil Pnmiiilin That is Tbe is tbe name of tbe best oignrnf to ottnred 01 Iuoto In every DlTTPDfln CTIinC1 PDIrn IV earllietllin engineer and wlitihail DAllllIlhl allUa noon at work tunnel An Overdue Fleet Makes Port After Fierce Dullles at A WOMAN ON TUB BOLIVIA DIES IX A PAROXYSM OF INplomnta Itenrir to J4lu conformity with established United states Mlnls lors abroad uro boulnnlug to scud In their resignations so thai President Cleveland may oe unembarrassed lu nillng their Several resignations already been placed on and It is probable that nearly all will be on hand by March CAUtiHT A WOMAN Driven lo Petperntlon bv Poverty She Mnclfl n If urct When Kllzabcth Hoop wont up to her room on the fourth floor 01 Margaret coxs uo West Quo Hundred and Twentyfifth yesterday the found a strange woman Who bad a bundle ot clothing her Mrs Hoop caught tbo but could not bold She could and she A chambermaid ran to her but tbe woman wns n match tor cox appeared just as tho female burg lar broke She took u hand but was sent flying through a door and down a Dlght of By this time tour servants had been at tracted by tbe noise of tho micas and they caplured the who was somewhat ox hiustod by ibe unequal Itoop ran to tho street and called In a Tno woman gave her namo us of Kust ono Hundred ana Twentysecond and her us She would not toll any thing uboui Herself except that she was married and her husband was a in tho Harlem police court she broke down weeping told her Her she was a Ho had been out ot work for tevcral and their household good were piece by to buy food and medicine ror a Last week the child died when tho body bad been the last cent was Alter seeing what remained of her turo thrown Into tho street Uanlou became She wandered through West uno Huuured uud Twentydull found he door of iUO went up Htalru and was tying a buudln ot clothes wben Hoops pocketbook was round on tho who was hula lu lor examination PIANOS AND TUB WORLDS Knatern Mnnnfactnreri tlmt Their Space lie to Eastern piano maumacturers who recently announced they would make no exhibit at tbo Worlds Fair have asked tbat their apace be restored to Some ot tbo firms tbat went out bave been given space Bald DirectorGen eral Davis Others have applied for space and bave been told that we would give It to them if there was nothing we thought more worthy to We do not have to look for exhibits m pianos or any thing The Blfilnwnyt Will Declile Frederick Stelnwny said lost nlgbt so far as bo only tbe Chlckorlue Com pany bad ibus far agreed to exhibit at tne Chicago Our Urm baa not decided to take be and a number have absolutely A lew noid tbe mat ter tn but I bavo not heard yet that they have taken Charles Htein way Is expected from Kuropo and when ho comes wo will bold a meeting or tbo trustees and probably make a dual Icolalon ou the matter Tlie Croft Into nn Ivn Forty Blllen In Bluer Colil Menlhrr Covert Her with Ico Two Feet Kcrln Tlunn Montlm letting from Leghorn Mow A fleet or overdue steamers came into this port bringing talcs of furious hur ricanes thai put lu blush the must patient endeavors of maritime Thu steamship live days overdue from was the nrst to Alter leaving the channel she ran into a series ut storms and snow Tho weather that tho Lepanto how wos uot a circumstance to thai which the steamer croft Miu left Dundee and wus hardly uut of sight or land when a westerly cnlo swooped down upon Tho bicamers decks were con tinually hwppt and oft by ibo water hat poured In over her This sort of weather continued up lo I hen tno weather moderated bill things were mudo oven worse by n huge Hold or Tho lloo stretched along forty miles In the steamers nnd ihe rigors or an arctic winter fcttThe Ice was Irom six Inches to three feet un 1U ibo Croft put Into Johns and renewed hor coal sailed tho next day It omul that the Icepuck had drilled down Into her Tho weather sot In bltlorly aud thu day after she lull Johns her deck was covered with two feet or Tuo rollowlng day shu ran Into the cynlono that swept over Ibis and or tho next fortyeight hours sho passed through gules such us uw un board hud ever The steamship live days ovcrduo from came In also Shu wns buttered and bruised by ihu wind and Tbe steamer uollvla suffered most during the recent bhu was six diiys From the time shu left until Khtt passed Inslda tho tue saw nothing bui loul There were steerage passengers ond some or them became delirious a secondclnsi n nineteen years of and un was in a constant state of and every felt thai the ship wus going A Koilly sat next io hor at thu and on wheu the steamer was labor ing heavily In tho nn officer came Into th cabin W speak to ibo Kellly cried out to tho it Is that tho Bhlp was Miss Wright anil when she camo out of her faint Bhu was In Sbo wont from ono convulsion Into nn and died Iho next day tn tho greatest She was burled al Thu steamship from which came In was also damaged by tho while off shu ran Into a heavy wontnorthwest und hud her deckwork torn aud twisted by the Tbe storm lasted thirtyfix l be steamer cyrll also camo In yesterday with her deckwork lino is Irom Tho bark after three attempts to reach this arrived with most or Hor sails blown A little over three mouths ago the Egerlu left Leghorn bound lor this laden with marble and When she was ball way across the ocean her curgo shifted In u and most or sails were blown Shu put Into and on In low of the tug she blurted again for Ibis Shu got up as far us where she ran Into a heavy and tn the height or the storm the eightInch hawser connecting thu twn vessels parted and she wont ailrllu The Volt arrived hero covered wllh and or awhile It was feared tbat the Kgerlu had not survived tho After losing the lug the bark ran before the and every time she attempted to make sail her canvas was blown Intensely cold weather Bet and the ves sels rigging was covered with ice hair a loot The weuthor ilnally und tit f oclock yesterday morning suu WUH picked up by tbu tus K whlcli had ur en soul out o uud Thu stonmshlps Moravia uml Noordlnnd are still out and Tbo heavy Ico that touted over New York Harbor Thursday passed out lu SBU yostor ony and lert local waters something akin to their normal All tho lorries run on schedule time lu tlio middle ot ihu In tho uany tho of the Liberty street got stuck In the Ice on heir 4 trip and was houged in fui two and onehalt The boat had her paddlewhccl boxes and freed herself by turning steam on ibe Trouble Is still apprehondnd when tbe Ico now tilling tbe Hudson breaks loose irom Us winter ing their way out Horn the HIE MORAVIA IDT INTO Mio Ifntl n ftonah Kxnerlnnce on the fimn TH riir l The Hamburi lino steamer seventeen days nut from with iwo passengers lound io put In horo this morning sluirt or coal hi1 liad iv rough experience In recent rrcelvrd considerable drrk lust purtn of hur As the Aloravla was onp of thu ships nlned below Now York last tail with cliolera cases on a detachment or pniuo was ilacert on duty at ilw whan Iterr whilo shn tn provont anybody lanillng rotn Wlnrkler snlrt to The UorM corre pondcnt During the last tlftpen wo net tivmondoiDt prlnclunlly H MOOU Rt inn nail appiirvuily blown ItHcK aiiiiilir wotil i thcsu italui terp tjjtremendous swept over thu STOliMTOSSKIl SEVBNTEEX Thr Iliimln linrountem Violent Wel orlj nnd The IJrltlsh 17 days from nr Ivcd here this Her delay was duo o tvjvoro trains and IMirlnc t ni iri tun decks were swopt by trenu niioua and thn cabins iiniiii were The rlnghMiou was carried Hkyllchts wrru brokvii anil two bnats wore nu in tun criiw has broliin ribs In iiiuneo of having Ueeii dashed across the DBJKS OR BUNCHES iropoiod Innovation for Keating Jtepre In iaai apportionment seals must be provided for twentythree additional members of tbe How shall It be done IB the ques ExSpeaker Heed nail Bourko yocuto tbe removal ot desks and tbe aeatlug bt members on as ID tbe Urltlsh House of Under tdls plan the ball or tbe House would be not more than bait its present and In tbe space economized would rajtleeroQrns where grew could retire and attend to tbelr Tbe now amihgemout would great lit to Iho weakvoiced The plainlikely to be uowove win Involve only tbe removal 01 tbo rail hind iho rear row of desks far make room for apdltloQul citrarelitoi are sold by all nrsbcuss houses not diotatod to by a IB tbe only strictly hlgmrnoe LOCOMOTIVE CHARGES No Story Like TIiU Maryland One Found In TO TRIG remarkably plucky and successful ht against an Immense snowdrift was made by Knglnoor William who was passenger train over tbe mountains on tbe Western Maryland Itnllroad last lloyd was In charge ot ft big now and wusdoubllUK up with engine to which the mall train Ileyond Sabollasvlllo they encountered terrible not loss than ton feet high and packed To atop In front of it tbougbt Engineer would never s calling on Fireman iiirely tu pile up tho steam and aignalllne wltb a blast of whistle to tbe engineer Tn tbe rear bat bo was going and to get Knglneer Hoy bruceu himself ana pulled tue throttle wide a leaped Into tba followed by us and tbe pusnouger There was a grinding crash or broken glass and Hpllntorea wuodT and Kngluoer boyd ound uiiuBelt forued ulowly but surely ward by the wulou pushed through tbe smashed Fireman Blrely was lost sight or In ibe avalanobo 01 but the went plunginginto tbo obstinate drlit m uvery Tbo engineer and Dremau were burled In the tbo dab wiis unoked up pumps and turnaoe door were UldduD from Tbe drift was Whub tho trulu entered tbe blir drift it was maklnir almost forty mllo4 uer anu when It emurgBd the vpeud bad dwindled down to about BIX uillua an When clear tue tram wus aorerrd wltbanowso oompletolv tbat its were hardly die Euglneor Hoyd and the were nearly ButTocuted by tho tnown blob closed In nbout The oub windows warn smashed aud ueau Uwl been sllgbtiy out or lying A Bang ol tue train vvero brought lutq requisition hurried for ward q afow In thn last four days tho vessel passed yii lai f u quantities of llmllr V4Tho schooner of olumbla sugar rom Han for New was pluked up In Dutch island Harbor In a Dinlly with sails and inncil In Mho had uxperlenceil gales and during her vntlro in diiy night sluarrived off Nindr Hook and InteiHlliiK to work up ho Narrows liurlnc lie nluhl the wina Hue HI HUiinR l hut aho hail to anchor ud run bvlnru thn Mho did not nniillr hiirbnr until and In thu meun tuni had encountered thn most severe weathei hat Donovan had nver bnu irai The crew aro badly frostbitten anil lluvo been taken to the Kntomtieit In Tbo Jcffer tion branch of tho New Lake Krlo and Western and tho Pennsylvania division ot tho and Hudson between this piacu and havo boon compiotely bloekajed by snow drliu ror our Sev eral coal trains lire burled under the snow and unablo to Mlntmt Actim rilotboat tho Now York Is long She loll Htnpleton two weeks ngo and was last spoken off the Dela ivnru Hho Is in ot Nlch ilos ami who woro abnanl the Kd trunl cooper when MHO was lost at sen las Tho Actoa was formerly Hen Janiln HutlcrB yacht and was rebuilt uovera yuui u STfcVENSON OOING TO Illn Nnvpllit Suyn Ilin NnllVin ot Nnmua Hhnulil Not lie Left Louis ste vonuon arrived hero today on his wuy to lit an Interview with a reporter ho repeated his strictures upon tuo Hamoan Ho condemned ihu regulations made by thu Ilrlt Ish commissioners lor lUu preservation or Those he were es pecially directed against htevunson iluprecatetl the dlsarmlni o the no ought not to bo Tuo solo ruiuody for thu present unsatisfactory condition of Humoan affairs ho Is annexation of the Island by a great ALL OVEK A 1IUNUKED 1EAR8 Three of Nova Fuotlni Olileit People Die Within tl 84Three of the oldest people In Nova scotla died this One was aged one drod and who lived nt with lib grandson ami For yojrs it was tidally occurrence to tho lour generations working In the lulds to Miu Catherine of Northeast died lined ouo hundred and leaving UOH Douuld aged one hundred and died ut 11 For Kttitern Xtw generallu FAIR wenterly ufiiifi Fur Kasiani Aeu at una weather altgh1 lit temperature For Xtw fair weather aurlna with wnturltj winds ullylitn warmer u far UMurn Xew Western mnla ana HylU local mows probaUlu fair in tauthorn etartitu westerly wtiMt ullglittu warineiin Heatern Suw Tlitt Bturm wbioh In MliiUuppl on Thumday paiied off the ooaitof LOUR Iilanc It WAI kuothor of thoso npldmorlni vrhloli hafu xliovrn iiratt forue nu roauhmi tho baouinlDH Tory aavero over Huuw alWndad lt movement falling over tile Lake reglotia auil the Mew Kuftlaodaoi Middle Atlantic In tlila olty It waa A atrugffle for nupremaor be tnoen ilia now Mid The heavleat auow fel orer Northern New Hluti f euorally from the with veloultUa tatjrtni bo tweeu thlrtr and fortrnie udloi aa pre vailed over the ooaat from North to A deolded fall of temperature took place ovei Jaunda and tho Lake The oold weather will uu felt over the Middle Atlaiulo Statin lowerlntf the temuerature tu lu or 1U Uo groua below froexlnit Thooolaeityeotordar waa 4 dpgreoa belovr nua the ooldeit la Canada Jt aexvoon bolon at White Tliere la forming of em anil wlilpb will oaute In tho Bputhweat SUtai HIIOW with oooaaional pro valloU In hl4 ully The lllnhott offlolal touilioraturu at 7 loweit J9 UumWHy MwagodT8PW Wlo HIiihMt 80 an hour 99 It will lie lair aud colder to errjr Moord jjffil Averaiio for oaruupojjdlng lax 11 n Uont Ktnil Thin and then buy a ot iwk tor 1botojrapbi The MuiliMllllonairo Bonanza Kins Shot in the Back by a OLD Kim THEN 1UT A BULLET IX HIS OWN BODY AND WILL lis Victims Wound Is Serious lint Not Likely to Prove Cruzeil IIT HiivlllR a For tune In Klppl In Wnlt In the Inved Arm llrhlnd the Lick III Sun for Him for tho Vngne CruilKo Ownl Apparently llrcnniio IIu Wiw it Loi ter Hi Old MUM Snlil Ue Fountl Vootl Tor Itrflnctlon 111 tho Fact Unit 1nlil lor lihlren lor Ilia Mncknr Ha Nul IIIn Anaull HiitThe Illillot Una Iteen Kxtrncteil from Ilia niKt llo la Itcntlng One Inclilent In o Cnreer of Ifxiraonllnary TO THK SAN John tho many times bonanza lng and narrowly escaped death by an assassins bullel shortly atlornoon Wesley an old man broken in for tune uocausu of stoukgatnbllni and made crazy by his lay In wall In Licit near Cost back ot the fur tho mining ngalustwbom ho scums to lave had an Insane grudgn simply because 10 Is As Mncknycamc walking along towards Tost street tho old man tired ut him from bo Thu heavy revolver lullet struek him ust below tbe shoulder dcllcctod and lougcd near thu Bplnnl Mackay turned ul tho shot In You uro shot I crleil who was near Mackuy put his band to his back under bis coat and withdrew it red wllh Tlum no ell tho Ilonncr look him In bin buggy to tba Inlacc where ho was cured Tno bullet was and Ibo though Is not thought to be after seeing ibo effect of his My I am tnrued ihe inuulo lo brensinua shot llo the street when tho pollco oamo and was thought to fco llo was taken lo the Hocclvlng Hospital and will probably Tho shooting occurred In iho paved court back of thu Ltok which runs from Sui ter Blrout lo 1oxt between Montgom ery and Kearney A whltohalrod man was noticed walking around Butter acting very during the now and then throwing his bond back toward his hip IIU Mackays custom to como nlout noon every day to tho jewelry store at thu corner of Buuor street ncd Lick alloy to oouiparo his watch with ihu chronometer uud ho Is always Au Mackay reached Ibo end of ihu ulley nearest suiter and n lew feet Irom whcro tho old man was tho latter pulled out his revol ver and tired ono Thu bullel struck Maokay In ibo mlddlo ot iho The wouldbo murderer men turned tno pistol on himself aud fired a shot Into bis own Though tbe selMnflloied wound was tor u few stops ho followed trying to tiro ut him but be was so wutik that he could not pull tbo IrlggerJ Ho then throw up his ex 1 am and Maokay put bis bund behind his buck and some ono his As ho withdrew bis baud It w us eovored with and ho exclaimed to ono of his friends thai iho bul lot hud taken effect in iho middle or his Mackay was placed In a buggy und taken to tho 1uluco wbcro medical attendance wus rendered Muckays ussalluut wus taken to the City Deceiving John who Is connected with a florists more on Llok was an eyewit ness to tbo lie u sals tod Maokay to hlB BONNKH8 I bad Just left my said and was about to go Into my ofllco when I heard a loud Looking dowa the ulley towards Butter street I saw a man wlttf u white Bloucb but and gray a cropped but rather strangling lug u revolver lu his right He wus roughly A short distance from him was Mack whom I Immediately lie had bis rlgnt baud to bis a little above tho IIu wus perfectly walked towards where I was OUB to the fuet tbat bis wouldbe murderer was standing close behind htm wltb a pistol levelled ut it all happened like a Tbo rough looking man did not fire at his Intended vie urn turning Vbe weapon about pointed It at bis own breast and Ue whirled ubout In tbe Btreet and fell to the u probably the only thing that saved Mr Mnokays life was the fact that a wagon was In tbe street aud In crossing over Muckuy got tbe vehicle between himself and tbe UB BLOOD TOLD IIIM UK WAS As Mackuy me I wont forward aud asked bim to get Into my lie did and Jumping n after Tasked him U he was He drew band from beblml his back and Itwaa covered with Jlolookeo and that ho waa hot inuou hur but said i bad drive to Keeneyu We went but tlwe was no one so I drove to the Iaiuco Hotel and assisted Mackay up tp bis room on the first At bis request tbeii wunp tor Wa Illebard and with again went to tbedoctors but Keener s 11 Hemming to the Palace wo ound Muokny gtaufUnir It baying beon examined by a lu response that bo was nil right nnd that ho had not been severely nipri The old man who illu the shooting was taken to tho receiving hospltnl in a patrol The nisn wai but could not The patient was placed on tho operating wnen blood was to ooze through bin clothing about the upper portion of hH ivxamlnallon showed that tho bullet hnil entered his left passing through the trunk and coming out Jtmt below the left The bul let wns round Just unilcr the The pnllent was apparently over seventy years of with whlto hair and closecut In tho ItIt hand pocket of his trousers was round n revolver of tho bulldug fully In bis pocket was a purse com alnlngO also an envelope containing a paper on which was written 1alaco Knd not Toon FOB A letter nddrusaud to tho Examiner road os olloifH lood ror or sapphires to place ou the Jaded person ot A suniclont amount to have saved loo of bis paupers from a nulcldal think or Inscribe on his Mackay wns about tbo coolost man In San After being examined by tho bOou lie walked about his talk Ho remained In bis room about two hours and then started off 1ne chance nre that tho intervening tlma spent in putting his effects in order and getting ready for the The landlady or tho hoiisn was away and had her passkey with nnj us the room was 1icked It was nuposslblo at thU tlmo to diseovcr whether Hlpol had Icrt any From the people in tho house it was learned that he old man lind been very despondent or anil uml nearly all his moans bad been swallowed up In slock speculations I know lllppl very was tho re mark of a ifontlemnn who lives near 1320 1nwcll used to come to my place every day to read the papers before be wont Ho dlil not cnmo In this mornlnst as usual and he ncemod very much distressed over something as ho passed about u IN STOCKS AND Ulrpl was born In and baa n wile und inmlly At ono time he nan worth over and made about 000 on He camo to Francisco and began Rambling In Ills money soon began io go ami ben ho opened a grocery store on Fourth That venture and four years ago ho was running a bar and on tlio steamer Mary which plies between snu Francisco and 11 ono time ho lived lu Denver and owned qulto a lot nf but It also wont In bis stock Latterly tbo old man was almost without moans and was In a very despondent frame ot Ho know almost all tho oldtimers In When no ono else could old man Klppl WM called and generally JOIIM lug wlttt his He said bo did not know tho man vrlioauoi bluior why he did llo supposed ho was soimi Maokay In telling Ibo story of ihu shooting MIL UACKAYH I was walking down Sutler bound tor my room to pick my uu 1 Intondod lo go to Virginia city this When 1 reached Molt alley I thought It would be u short cut lo luo 1 had hardly taken two stops In to Lion alley when 1 heard n pistol 1 paused ror u rnilior or 1 had any nne lu thu alley when I entered nnd dlil not at llrtt know irom which dlrcotiou tbe report of Iho pisiol buudouly a voice exclaimed Mac you have been Bhotr nua looking up I saw the gentleman who brought mo to my I am not I you ho for I saw the dust fly from your coat when tho bullet struck l put my hand around under my coat sure when 1 looked my hand was covered with I then felt a pain lu my It all happened lu a aud turn Inif bait way around I saw my assailant standing at huad ot the alley with bis el nee tho shooting ot Judge Tarry W I Latbroji by United atatea Deputy Marshal four yearn baa there been such Intense excitement lu tian it was ana thousands of peoplo were on tbe streets In tbu business where tho shooting They crowded to the scene or tho ana the narrow alley way was soon black with uurlous sight Maokay is so well known In San Fran cisco that those who saw tho shooting Im mediately recognized and tbe news that the iciui hud been shot was spread with Incredible crowds gathered about the bulletin boards nnd newspaper and when extra editions of inn papers camo out they were eagerly RIIlI UNDOUBTEDLY Unbbllni In Hud Turned Hli H Him Who Knew Theodoro chief engineer of the ojm yacht who has lived many years In San waswell acquainted with Wesley the wouldbe assassin ot MACKAY AS VAINTBD BT pistol pointed ut I then hurried across io tbe oast side of tbe und us I did BO I saw the oidmuunutu us 1 lo his mouth nnd lire it He then reeled and und I continued up tho alloy until wu reached llonnors uud ho drove tao to Uw Palace When Muckuy was usked If be know the mim who hud shot him lie said i I never know ot a man named 1 bad u goou look at tbe old man who and I am certain 1 do not know 1 cannot glvo any reason for the HIS WOUND soon alter oclock iho physicians ex tracted tbe John wbo performed the operation In conjunction with Bald that the bullot entered ho low tho BuQUlduvblade ranging slightly to tbe atrtiok tbo vertebra and lodged In one of tho Morso suld that tbe wound was not necessarily but that tho patient was by uo means out ot Uo added thai in tbe cane of gunshot wounds there was always danKor ot blood poisoning or When olosoly questioned Morse said It WAS too f oon alter the ot tho bullet lo foretell the i orminiuion o ibe but tbitt Maokay was rositlnir 1ey telegraphed Maokay in Loudou and to John tn 3ew Vork that Maokuy hud notii but tune tie wound wuanot consldored dan Alter Ibe bullet Uewlrud jfUlnji auovo ot the patients KIWIS Wesley Hlppl Ut woll known to old Umura tn Ban yronolncp nod bas been a laminar iikura around jsso Iowoll wbaro he made bis Mtsiest to pleaua 01 Aboiiv 6 oclock ihls mornlnn ho his room and went Uu later tn a vary despondent oiid tbe neijjbborB say that as down Pirn oil street be waa tea hftndHeroblel bto UAOKAT ITKOU 1IEK He called him Uncle When 1 knew blm about seven years he bad tho bar on tho a river boat running from Francisco to Ho must DO seventyfive years old though lie looked sprightly enougb to ba considered Ills hair and cropped beard woio snow He Is little under medium height and bad a red Whoa bo left tbe Walker be bought saloon on Fourth San Be was constantly talking ot mining and dribbled In tnem until bo lose everything He was quite well off at one I often bertrd blm use but 11 dont whether be operated in his or i Tne last time I saw mot wat two years wheu I was coming lie was derini about tbe atronta looking very lie tgld me then that ba intended ty ret baok all ho but be did be expected to do Me seemed rational i but believe tua ftiajngnbi Tuo attempted tilling or Maokajr mSan FranoieoQ yesterday aiternoaa vtaa topic ot convorsftUou tue uptown last ijurprlse and regret WM pressed by every At cUe Windsor wbeio many or MaoKaya ugaualntaQOea tnu uttaiv Wiv geaerwiy uiacusaeH bulletins of Maokajs oondltlon eagerly Monoot tt MMkuy iti   

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