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   World (Newspaper) - March 22, 1893, New York, New York                                i o ivvove i 1 lie 1 published inzz World Every Circulation Oven to PRICE TWO INcW i LasL Worlds per Last A Gain of 102 per day fr ft NEW fllAllCJl BIS FORTUNE MELTED A Henry Dixons lirollier Charges lliat Linvycr Hod Ciol WAS HYPNOTISM USKI A WEAK MINDED VICTIM All Tint Is Loft In u ChlciiLO fnli anil n Iln4 Itimtn Ovfrr Thn I hi Mnry of VniiUhlns if tin ITnrmnr Forlnnn 11 Clinnirel tMl Tl THK I March his tory in which rinds nice n Is n Mm brought in i no circuit com i In tins Th robbery of u weak inlmkM hut wealthy man by a scheming iio employed hypnotlein anil tlio In ni u woman lo accomplish his pur I tlio Mniy Mia in IMC bill or com the parlies to tlm caw live In New Yuri HicMir brought in this hero Him tlm lliu victims tdi ttleo to he on Is wlii Is HI iUe oily ut iiis Henry HI In klt it Ids iinin Henry a IHLJC as told In Mil h COUTH a period nr Auditorium Hotel He had no been served witu any noiiee or he and until he ual seen tlio coultl say Have you rend the account of the bid in tbn 1 looued H I cant sec anything In he Henry A Knot was the nephew of Andrew or wno In an estate of over lioois mot her the millionaires eldest Mie reared Hie and was treated ns a mother by her brtheri and sis mnnieii lute In ami died when wns mil nil Itiiiillt ol a He was up untler be care ot Ills Krwin wno educated him and assisted him tn his hoots only Knen was tho lavur ot the dead and broiiTlit up by Wlih her iiluncm all iha uinlly did IK carry on nn active and he alwav s alilieshcd her as favorite Mie Is a brilliant Hoot had an excellent IKW pracllie In this lllioiilccs irnni IKMii to isntiwern In ihe Astor in wall Ho Is short and siockily with a hoivv black Beiul nml Whn lie learned or his uncles death Unite i PRICE TWO Ifi BOMB EXPLOSIONS IN ROM in One Day Have Thoroiishly Alarmed IIB llYXAJilTLRS AIM AT BOTH THK CHLKCII THK Ill nuemenver lleary ieaily o m In two ci r HI Is now Ihe Hi loMral falety In u here H year by Henry liixmi mid siiiio Is Loot hail uilcmpleil gain m of the ilm uimpiuiy reins d to mo agiee IllOllt Dot riviIYed Hie tiiix Klioilld only hi In Hie nee ol bulb Honl and In nil Ililoii lo mis lion wa mat had txin nppitnldl n ciiillnlliee In lunacy ef Henry m i have courts restrain inm tlnl auv mi Hum lilinsolf anil iilso 10 ciinpel the company to allow him Cecils to the Henry lilain was declared mane in It 13 hflU tin In been of weal and 1111 niltii Mrno isst ami nnupabie o man nfrliK iiisniralr I p he rmuo his liim with His Uic At Ilia linn he leu ana ivent to live whh llpnry Mini wiinin he rnnalneil iinin im WHS dec arcd ot When ho liroiiiers u is was Jiofs luldltlon lo other or n In York an au Cedar wiileh Melded Jiual i or atovo and pruperly he was Iti dtleed lor It Is Iho Instance or It the iimmini In his own In conveyed Hils me Yi rk imnir mice cnmpiiny which Is was ut ihe IIISIIIIICL mid Under Hie co rcliei oi u isolated lur I her Hint liiot Cilved Hie whole ot lie he Mini e t UOOt 111 nt T r ol Ii Is l Id Ill entiiiiauy wl h Deigluii I mo DiMiti in Ui in to and her son ne secured irom piomlsiuK same Ilino was en Into lioit liy wllleh tliu lonuer 10 pay ihe lalier an annuity iiir or J limit ranni WIIH brotitrln only al lain aside his biisiuoss and went i assert his He ret urind Irequuiitly during I lie next bti imally savn up his He man m jilijii and ivas very lie In ncvcrul seems Impossible hat enuid ever rcsurt to said a lawyer who Mail 111 111 ImlWUlu In He was prricetly In all ilinliiitrs I that no wns iniivruii and lived ho Androvv liuvts haJ lie dropped leil Ills rent heri liceiuno nn I he lie loon a hnnd In the hiu loiinht all and I guess spent all 1 lost all I race of in am niicrwards ha nut settled In JniiHs Dixon seen Ids homo ikisliiui by n World and said dial me story us set lorlh in he Hie eoinplaint wns siibsiaiiihilly lie that llenrv IIIMli wiisns eiilh as committed lo a prlvaie iisytuiu tor the Inmm lit vheie he received treatmcjit for many TO imSKCUTE HIS SONS Till Iullirr of Ilin Mil T Tin i irtnev has appointed Harry Jackson asocmic counsel lur the internment In the case the defaulting Cashier 01 fie tiatc t Ity NaHonal son In a ijrol lierlnlaw or Hoke smith and tho lather of I lionnis cobb who com mitted suicide ailer the nlsap eariim o of his mend u hen asked how his sous Hedwine wouUi aliect hln connection with l he Jackson I am in Hie to uncover all there Is In II ami to see that justice 13 tlouu at an Thomas culib was Iho only one of the men who got money from th bank iciaiisc or their friendly re wnh Ihe cashier who paid it Though ho did not own me bank ahyililng Hie shot an has been mado lo charge all or lied wlnes crlnus to It Is of U Is that Capu In order to bring those who are guiliy to haj be come counsel in ho A raid was madu this inornlntt on Iho hnmo or a woman Kwiw ine Ii alleged to have lived wlh ami 10 bine given moat or iho money he emlnalfd irom the was supposed ilia nan or money was concealed in ho but the oillcers rciuse losay what they and Is not Lclloved Unit they recovered any or tho harlcft Ilarh Scrlinm Irjurlip from A horse aHaehed tn a buggy occupied by Charles or ono Hundred and Mxlynrst street and Jlrard became nboui i yosicrday by n Third nvrnuo elevated train at me Hundred ami sixteiiiih street find ran Ip Third avenue he drugging ho buggy atier All irngnns and ilier vehicles got out or the wnv wnen the animal was seen and ho c tiseiiuenily had a clear road until he reached One Hundred and null where a horsn car was The animal hwmig eviiienlly ihlnk IhL to out of way or the ami throw Hie buggy against an road It was badly and leny was thrown ui tho I having got rid or tne ran on unill he ciipi tired by having occurred on Irlday he Anclnl Mattel ho reii One Minllrrnl Ilin Wlmlntrii nml Injiirril lliu of tlio Inliico of Miirqiiln HI dirt 1 Jrunil IMiirnlinl Hie Ilinnl Conr Iollco Lay Ibo lilauin m uln but Iliirn Mail No March bombs wero thrown In this city ueneral alarm isi Tho police seem and no arrests have been A short lime after the explosion last night t Immb at the MiulgiioM In tho suburbs of another uc cinrtd in Hie the second outraso ol HID kind vlihln the eliy proper lu less liana Hi lastat dcncj oi William the fulled States The bomb In this instance was exploded nt the residence of the Munruls irand or Hie Iapal and the noise or the explosion heard lor a dia Tlie inalerlal damage done tlio or many winnows In the though llnwalls In somo places bore traces oi Hie Tula affair caused tlio police to be more than usually and during tho night amthor bomb wan found nn the staircase nr a house In the via Juattre A lighted aliaenttl to this and It was discovered in lime to prevent an explosion Unu in all probability would have resulted disastrously lo tlio building ana Its The police have no clue to the anihors of Iho though they llrmly believe they are who are trying to iniitnldalo ihe authorities and thus prevent he punish ment of a number of their irleiKH who wero recently This I henry not gen erally us tho outrages have been directed as much against the Van can ollicers the A JACK SIIEPIAUDS Tt rs ii Hoxv Aimmc tlio lonil f March pard was hanged nn Tyburn over three i hundred years but his uneasy ghost has j returned lo worry ami fret Hie good people j of The spiritual essence of the lamoiis Highwayman has on ihu oceini j In tiie lorm of a nrinted volume oi moderate excellent typography anil demurely bound In prim brown Yet In mis apparently Innocent guise be has created ircincndous commotion In the book Is In tho public where It was placed ago logeUier with nil tin1 companion works in he set by th am llnrHson romances wero moie iinnili ir in the Miners of tlm luneramui man ihcv are to mis ration It nils tint allowed 10 In peace upon the ivrtaln ol THOUGHT IT WAS AN A IlllnolR I liuliini 9III1 IVrecked liy u Iiimi March broko out Hils morning in ihe 1lanel riom Ing owned by Kehler or iviul twenty minutes while Hi engines wetu llghiing tho an explo sliui ncctiTTid that the Instant coi of the Immense wrecked or ilamageil every in and kllleil r d a The sliock leii in all a radltn or twciily nve and was lUlrllMiteil to an eartli tne rearfit nature or Hi Hi ro was only one John the ivlMse home was in had entered the burning structure ii si cure his ools when Ine exnloslon oc He was ilnned against a and Luriiod to When about tnree horns Ids legs hud been SAVED BY THE ills Heroic Conduct Prevents a Slcimer from F Waltham becoming nwaro or Its lie1 burntil oil at the the right arm nud loll cnleil that a was unlit for ieiiisal by ihe M11 Wlr entirely consumed and his Lody youthful mind and einTKetlcatlj uclimmleil its others pooirpootied tnoomery as rather In Ihey hail thi rriloubiauie theniselvos In their own adolescent days atid appreciably injured by its aaw nu Tlm library trustees nro dl yldcil die Ii ouo of their own number who lecommended and procured the imrehase ol he olijecllonable Sumo ol bis associates with him m his others are Inclined lo the heller ihat the book lm retired ID HID obscurity or Hie referenee here to bo handled nly by persons whose char r or able nlruiuly lorincd beyond danger o A i present Hie objecll jnable Ii laid aside inn n aetUm simil uc taken by iho library Their Aio Ilcillilays Now In Ilin Fair March yi The Ocrman lierurH lilrtudny Is now n holiday In iho Council by uniinlmous voto night having Mayor Waahburne to suspend municipal business on thai day and to close nil eliy oIllee Wednesday Is Ihe s hn Objeel halil In tec In n ninilon with Henry m Jnld In iIIISL to be supplied by Hoot vo muliii wood nls to Tlin i rust was invested In or ho and and other SliiKint iho received Irom ihu sale m nnNew York properly U is IHxin n niylu lor It turtiiei imylng ior lliu slock on a and liixon iiwu ou Ihe wiili Uuot lor a lew weeks and tiien dcoucd iho ivholo property 10 iho liiuyct It Is lias never bien Jt is also said Koit nthuimoney iiud irl i ncioiiiilUH to Dlxiin to his own Dixon was growing and imjBleally w Is did not lay him I he timnihly allowance as to him small sums of ntfinej ne An In cued who was i nbiiul n irni to ior TJixon unieamshlii ior ami ilneiilm siailed him luxon tool 1 on arrivltur at hisuostumilon immcdlaiely look steerage back to New whciv ho airlvoct threo arier He sought brothers in biit iiricr a ilmu Is suld to have linen iinvluuU away by persons who wero lur liy nine Imd tired ol hla po Hliiun us a coirustee with ifoot for Dlxon and went into ccmt ami asked to be t his i ho titooiis which wero lu Slernn custody were placed Iti the hands or who wan at the Ilnm at In a snort linnho hatt uixon htm and the i wo tho railroad stocks with Helena tor two corn iloates of deposit which tiro now tn box 01 Central Saioty Deposit Companys The inst transaeiloa between thu two of which record lu madu 13 shown In ihu Our iiocduidn nro notUod nnd odjiutml to thin Jat0 nmiui lilt you lu Ilia sixriilllH ivcr Unit Nlf0 iMiHlivil u and umids 101 Mtoi ol tlm AurUnvmturii In Iho of y iniilli and tlio ilopuB witu In your Ilcoi Is said to htivo wrltlon iho above and lien cauBed Dlxon copy and sign When Kooi leu i hlcttgo Dlxon did not nc onmpiiny Uo soon uiterwardi gaud to ihu homiior his iroin lhcro hu and his nreuent where1 Bbotiis urn The bill sets out that jjibolngdetiiined liy Hoot ami asms that l be comiuiieil lo muiis known his present Unill thrco ago Henry Hoot prac tised law In ivuw Ju 1NUO hit had an flloc 10 and wlien he lert hero it was iiiuiLrsvood Unit iio mid fallen Dtp n lOrimiH somewhere in the West and to olnce then hlairlonds thin dlty uivo HeiiiM iruiu Hois oiaimunia in the famous Yoiiiu MiirrloSalil Hn iVnn Maiitnil III New Virk for Ill If March scvoi teen years walked Inio tho ccniral slallon lust tint asked to bo looked lie said I was born In Brooklyn nml llvca wlih my parents until last A year ajo my father obttilneil a position us ortleo boy for mo wiioiesuln doaler In laney irooda and noMona at irfi 1 hud I no eoiinilonca ol my emplovor and two monihs airo I look ndvantiiKo of limr met and Ills name lor The ebeoK 1 took to Iho ofilce of the coal Company and received on litt belivj tlio nulris nmnunt ol monor on hand at iho With It I oamo lo I navii used Hall In having ii ivood antl I am J have not eaion a thliikfor two 1 am wanted In New York ro iho lorsvry mid am IOKO was locked up and uiidmoro scut a despatch to the New York HKNT TO OuLOHAIlO TOO Hltrt Hn Walluil Olulln for IVoulcl irnVB linen TO THK I a capitalist of was served with papers In a sun for he stop ped off a train In this cliy tho other llnd ho ionmlncd out of Hie stato until nextAu claim would Imvo beeome in IKKil Williams was In Dartnarslilp lu thuciir with Hoseoo KluMOlh They oualuel a bond and lease on thu centennial at with money burrowed by Hin Wllllnniri went to whero ha Holaa half liuoresiln the mine A uompnnr waa In ivhleir ho which liu suld to im KUVO thd OWIIMK ot tin mine culled lor under iho bond It Is disappeared without with his Alter a fow years It Is said that ho caused a ropnrt of his death in Dry to bo AYiikHK lit TMr I March Ininrovemeut In Kusors condltlou einUnuod to day and tula afternoon her muUicr was agreeably siartlcd by Ueiirlug calling nffoctlonaicly 10 ThlH was really tho lliBtMmo DUD baa upplion rationally slm o her attack on HieOtli hhe cun but tivi uiutliti tnulUea nil ror He to In tlin TO 1 A seoiet o the promoters ol the tannerscombine held In nun cliy and It Is uiuleretoix that wan decided lo llx tho capitalization at present were representative of Irooiur K James Iiuinb k of New York Iiiyeriventher itoyt and It was decided lo dralt plans for a lutliin iimong tho The sentiment wns o have 1rcctor the permanent head of ho In an Interview rroetor siild Our only reason ror lormlng a conn Illation Is in try 10 keep the leather biiKlicKi lu the Wo mot this but I um not at liberty yet lo give out the nature 01 ihe Ue are not organized as a We will try to prevent unjust and MSS liinAN AlIKAliS FOR hclnn nf Ilevdliiliniuiry Slficlc lull In Th March owner of iho a small hotel popular with llshermen and at llrani who tiiod in by will all of his ropcrty to a Jlryans unmar rleii who lives at West one Hundred and Ilftli New has written u irlends In Him county asuing ror help and IIIIN advert I jed In tho hopo or llnd IHB Irlends or her dead brother who will help Klie In she Tho woman has supported Herself lor years by keeping and until a row months uio she re ceived a uitiniii from the relative I hut Inherited die Mls liryan Is n xranddausjhtcr of Alex nnuer the toiilur of who rendered service to tuo colonies during the IfcvuluHon as a scout for liergraimratlicr on In r mothers side was Van ol the a personal friend or SHIKIilKS WIIILDfcl A COWIIIDK lt K H iiirlt irllh AllmmtJnc jiiiircU il A middleaged woman known os and who lives at iu0 Chester was attaekod and livrseivhlpped In iront of hor own door ills innrnlns by who lives in Hhlelils says the Clark womans homo la a house or questionable and that tor several monilu past ClarK liar Uurod This morning shields came over lo i brliiKlni her n little eowiudo and a letter full of lovin ihe i The motion was made by a German Mild mat since Patricks Day had been declared a legal holiday nn eiiunl courtesy waidue the German In an order to Hie heads or cliy Hall lepariments today Mayor Washbtirne Iron ically calls attention to councils Alter dire cling that all departments bo closed to oil routine which will ihn during that day In your department or all such employees as come in cuninei with the public urgi vlslilng your dejianment lor the transactloi ol and alo all hose city emiituyees transnut elty outside thu city the proceeds I tlRRiro In lie Ulcil nplrt f Marih tlin 17ltl liy lily Cininil AuiKiliiAii and 1 rat itn liuTine tllfl uur lir urnnlliii to dm illlmBut iiiitliumlitKi wliiua lilimil lm iionnnltielnii in tlio prailnctliinor tlin Aliintlri iTill not iloeiivn eini loicnri ol niuprtl birth nf nil ilmil rurnti nni will thi of all rciciiniir urn II Ihn uiul litluB Kin null innnariliilni mil nuHlclniit lu i ilnyn uf din I wnulil ni n npprnprmtn frw viMiittii inn oily Hull in mny ooiiiiiionnjlaio iho Ainununi Mlilinv iOKS TO Shu ItfKiKlnrcil lit Ilm IXlnviin UK Mr Tn Tin i March olive wife of Wllum or ITS who dis appeared from her hnnm last has teen I raced to tins At noon ud f or Police Wlllard received a despaich irom or asking his roopern uml Immediately ordorml the tlctecilvn force tu tho principal hotels lo find some aci nf tbo mlssltig At the Delavan search was llarlow registered at he Dolavan Inie on IrlJay evening as or Ihlhi she remained at the Uelavan dur ing and lino Is known to nave hotel once on when she visited a friend on Hamilton ny whom she Is well known and who is the w liu ol nu employee one or ho siato dcnait nun OUCH spent most of ihe time in the ogles room writing and while she reiiiemViireti as having been exceedingly lervousshe did not nit runt Mio a despatch Irnm Montreal on Kuniluy slijucd and was evidently Ju Sunday oho took iho train north en Hie Delaware nml Hudson porter accompanied her from ilm Hho announced her intention or going to Montreal and tho porter saw her get on the liuincvl to a I lie so ay are tiiie anil l h uitn HI N IMII anil There wem many inlmir caused by railing Within tinny seconds after HID explosion Ihe entire population were on Hie by lliu shock and Hie i lm nw wlio bad been called out by the nrst oUMniist or the tiro were i he machinery In thu uioiuicld car uiin Machlno ompanys works w as disarranged lo such an extent mat work had to Tho IIUHI of Hnj Ironts was shattered and ebimnejs and me trailer dweliings near were toppled It was mice hours lieforo me flames wero under In me mean time the large elevator Immcdliuoiy west m mo mill and containing bushels or wheat InnJ been with ten or twelve wiieat standing on he A pile ten or iliteen rect tell on thi mala tract of Wabash Is believed hero that the explosive l he mill had K capacity or barroln of Hour in men and It Is Hie largest Homing mm Smith says Hicloss will be nearly WOMAN WAS IUTTIK COWliiS MUKDERKD Vllliur wlfh Slid Is NKW March coroner Mix went to CJnlliord teUay lo Investlgaio ho death nf lltitlle whoso deiid body vah found at the charcoal about suvcn nllos from iiillrord yesterday After rmtklhi a short inamlnntlon in null ora lliu coroner lelephuued to Now ordering tho arrest of Wlluur K with whom tho in ad woman bud been living its his iv llrockett was found In a ralr uaven saloon and Frank who lived wnh lirrckclt and the conies hat on irl Tue letter she had found In her lay lirockeit Docamo very Jealous HI and It n as supposid to bn a and ruck the woman bovcrnl woman wiw knocked down and lay prostrate lu the Klmliall saw Hrockett a messngu Irom Shields was held l 1Ollce Jusilco Ili ball lor astault oy ILLIOIT IN TREK flip I lire if Hni Oddest Kvov Knmvn In Norlli TO Tim March oril cors today reportedi he ot an Illicit distillery lu Moore operated by ronce in tho middle or Iuckahie The only means of access washy tlointi throw his on the woman and then Klmball lurilicr siatus that ho belluvcs that llrookett But be side the woman ail TALJUOE It linn Now lUiihrl Only Tmi 1 l but Slin In Ilnciiil on it irnln nnil llor Clillil TO TUK 1 March ti0 Ilel train reachei Wintesourg last Kriday nluhi two men mud a woman on or the aim carried her Into he Harris House They called lor a speetcd and lie unknown womai putoir by men proved to ho her da lighter The woman put off Hie iraln was ncarlj Mie had neither shoes nor am her nrtlUEhablt wan badly lie name Ida and ithr has been living In Atlanta lor Dr Camp wno pronounced ho under ihu of some dreauiui nar Tlio ncxi morning she had recovered enougl 10 out some The woman s that Insl Wednesday evenlnc In AHiihti sho weni o her who at Tun mill Aner iier inrival then shi no reeollecLlon or anything that hap pened 111 saUiiday when she lound nerseli in her mothers remeni oer t hat some one gave her a uouic and tou her to drink or It or siie would Mie docs not know how n she lea her slsicrln laws huinu in nor whim sho look tin Hum ior has been murrlod llrst time to a man named Mitchell and the next time to a man who proved to have a living so sin quit h prov Mitchell Is twentylire years old and Is beau Her little lias biim living wlih and the taut seen or Ihe child iv as hen the mother was at hi homo or her In Tint Ii thought iho woman was drugged by MHIIO ono ind Ihu child llor sis erlnhiw rolorreu to rliiinu hat went aw ay irom her on Wednesday all mm demos all knowl edge or drugging Thu chill win overi d In possession or tho paiernal who ileolnres that he will nor surrender It to the oillcers are clour up the ItRSANT OX lln All DlfViiiiiit frnni Kncllinil Kxcnpi Tho London newspapers of March mo date of llesauts arrival In ionlnln reports ot a lecture she delivered m that night before Iho Nalloual Liberal club or Sho spoke on polities from he Tliuosuphlcal point or and in her ctnnrks dwelt on hor Impressions of I ravelled from extreme West to ex remo nho and except In one luco mere was no separation of class from lass us there Is In In one place a who iamn to my sat iy my side and expressed hi pleasure at sce ng Fancy mat happenlug In this ouniryl Tho ono exception was In Tho accHot iho iwople thero were lined with the vldeuces uf Hie sirugglo ior wiili ho luarKH or hunger and the look bowed deadly contest for lu Ittsburg me conditions mat rule here uru wing Kho also spoko of iho sweating but nore imperially of tlut practised In ICugliind ind tbttld that to long as men wore n their h earls theru was no usu in making aws against Hie ThOhO laws were ho mere hypocrlsj or thu conscience that cslruJ to delude n self and loihrow upon the nlsoruWo Bwoatur soapogoal ihu rault that vus ihu fault or a Lady ilunry and Kruncea Wlllard wero pieaout Ircqtieully F1VK DKAI HJD1KS Koliniiin nr u Uianppeiiiiinen Myatnvy of March Mo a luriuer residing a fow miles south of his cltj on the duck unUngoii iisniid bar this afternoon when if observed a largo drygootis box lloatlng vltli thu Ho hauled the box 10 tho shore and broke It Ua bllU rt it I shine whiskey It Islmpointlvo ihiil mo money bo paid on Tho gallons was will occupy hla pulpit In mil iom was eompleioly ui Sunday and as soon as ho romrnn admit ted that ho had cu due eil the ironi limirlp he priposw UKInijoir his Ublness somo tlmo and said hu ihuught hlB eonjunctlon with Tho World location entirely ua for comulclo obliteration uf tho iloatlng u T Tluit ihu mil nmuuulwin bu blnvev TO THK I This evening tim Tlilrttcnth Heglinent will LlTTI v KOcK API Mnreii i have a drill dress parado in aid ot iho LU J ib March inur ami Mayor Hoody will bo Uerev of John ot has send in your great or not been as reporipd a tondays ago o ihu Hrookiyn uillco or The aoi tbcro having icon H mistake made In the Identity oi a man arrested In The claim that this country turiilaliea the Additions to Tho Worlds tnnd lor paying olt ho noullug debt upon Talmuds Taborimelo yesterday brought the llguro up i ruvoullng llvo human bodies lu such Just ten days uru leu In which state or decomposition as to rcnOer cation Coroner iteynulJs made an and found that the bodies wore those of four men anil one and nppwunwa indi cated iliey hud boen It Is Hintthey uru tlw bodies ot ft family or Iminlgrnnis who disappeared In a mysterious near tony luikH nurih ot Una raised tliefi is ho inc donations is promptuei ituess In eieuce to Hio lalnling spoil lu tlie thu beginning ol uor J TO IKW I I ilarch Is no ono upaer uere wlih the murder of giown in John M Iho iqpjit wint Uist uom 5 thu new clffiiittte Jim ana is uot made BJ moll iwu In the world Is verified Clitic wit Till CITY OK SPKIXiilIEM MEETS WITH A SEKIUUS lOiiBlnocr Uorco IVlille SnfTer Intnnno with n DUloiiit Threw Over tlio Miottlni Ilin Slnani On Ihn FiftyTon llroken Jnld TiTtTilyfonr The Hound atenmcr City of or he Now York and Ilarttord while en to ihu eliy mot with n serious acci dent early yesterday nml It was mly by the prompt and heroic action or her nglneer hat the vessel from go ng to i he Tho Hariford MonOay even tig at fi oclock with about twenty pasaen crs ut them were ou icr trip down tho sound mo steamer met ood and abont dawn she was well n towards i ho Sprlngneld was rapluly along with her machinery novlng livo miles went or Stamford Uicre was n Tack and a followed by a Jar thai ihoul the sieamer from lallrall to A cloud or steam rusued irom me onglne there eamo a crashing noises that made ilio sieamer tremble as If iho had struck a When the steam cleared away tho big Iron weighing llfly was lying about Hie broken Into twentytour The engineroom was a and the badly In jured thj hand aiu was standing at throttle when Iho accident look place and beroru ho jet out or the way a inrijo piece ot iron fell upon his dislocating and throw in him to In a moment the eh lino room was wrecked ny ho piston and Ing rods wim i r line and every moment they ihreal encil in punch a hole in the steamers hull an i send iier to the rndniinted by UK nylng oibhons threw nvir Hie thrntlle and idna ihu sieam on the When the steam cleared away the exieni or Hie damaio wus ol the huge walklngoeam weru strewn Hie decus and a id the piston nnd connecting many Inches were iwlsiud as II they hiid boen lroi liebe was at me wheel when ihu accident and hu ordered the anchors be I ho piusmiKers on ihuillsableil boat wero sleeping at me time oi he nud ror a moment theru was KOinu wrte soon calmed by the ansurauci that thero was no All or them and wont on A re iv minutes alter me Sprliignetd had conns to the ttteumer hovo In night and Kspoiidcd to disabled of tho reinioi ullcred to tow Hi Hprlniitlnld to mis but Hie oiler was The passengers and i heir how ivere putabjard Ihe and liimluU at his Iho arrived here 10 tnree hntirs later tlmn ihu would have had ilm not vrllli Hie Thu ings Krcd Lahmnn and liob ert liar on were MIIIK her and was Drought lo mis cliy late lust SMASHED BY COU A CURB KOIJ Hero In mil to Int nn Kiul to About TO THE l March Mnrtln or Now iiiirudnced In Die Asuembly to day n bill drawn on linesof the Aliord bill wccnily pnsseil by Hie California Legis making a misdemeanor for any pro prMor or publlihcr or any periodical or newspaper to misrepresent tlm circulation of his publication for Hie purpose of Fccuring advcrilslng or other The bill rends Conned lent Is Tlmroiislily Aroused Over Prison Scii Hpnwn Uim In etitriil n to UrloT A light wagon driven by Adolph of Itiii ivhu was out Irlving wim his wife run Into a coach owned liy Lawrence of 4M iTllh lato Monday The teams vero lining at a goon ot sneeJ on the Kast near one IIundrodth Tuo inGloia wagon was Kiimslicd while hat of KIPS was only Tho alter was occupied by and Miss vho wcru badly Hoth drivers as serted that tho other was to blame for tho and llnuliy became si warm hat onieer Iairlck Mninley tuoK thu two nen to tho whore niier Illteen iilnutes or arguing hoy patched up their Kips uoach won driven by losoph The doctors wrecked wagon vas taken to Ihn the park at diirk Ulllcur Iirudloy saw a taclclle iirse galloping down tho Most Drive towards he Iliiynluui street entrance with aurvlng buy clinging lo Its Ho was ind as palo as Just before Ilradley HID animal Iho boy Jumped from the itiimal and was dragged some An imlmmncu was summoned and Ills name was Joseph of 110 1lrst INDIANS HENOUNCK SKNATOK hey Kxiiect Tlinlr Wlilln to 11U llnail TO TIIK UlarcU a Puynllup Inaians u wardnncu In tlielr rcservadon ycster uy and Uunounced Senator for he Jill whtsh ho liatl Contress pass prcvldloc for he opening of the Tlm terms or the bill no not suit tho hoy acclaro hat President Cleveland Is heir treat white and that tho Indians numies would HuU that cloveland tvua In nim looliaii schemes 01 uwea and Ills rlendH would bu nd the oileiitlors heads cut JOHN MACKAV OUl OF n Uood timl hum or lifting Abou llefaro Many SAN March the Uoniuua whoso con lltloii has recently caused some wns ironoiinccd out or danger by his physicians Ills pulio nnd lompuruturo are nor and the trouble irom which ho illercil last week Is not Mnckay said today I nm leeling My spliHa nrii good and l foul sure thut I will bu about nguin before many telfcsS Ill K Drlinv on I flu lii March Jury was so Bured today lu iho case ol or Ann uUclln Attoinoy lor the claimed Unit I hero was not onoiitli evidence to jronii of iho nrat tusLliletl Mus Ava Htayetj m hor hoiisu inret aiid wuue oho wait there Mi Mitchell tlrow irom uank oiinlH jiiina Ava Wan louuu la hoi JX RARE BUSINESS OPPOR from 10 to 30 building at northeast corner of Ann and ParK Row forty feet on Park sixty feet on Ann Possession May Address room 1 Ilm of ttiri of NeiT rcprcsnntcd In Siuiionil mad folloivn A now ipiitlnii in liffrehy artdnil to he Penal to bo as to mail a Krocy proprietor or publlMinrof any or iwrinitlcil who hniinlntl llio olniiitatlon of inch or perio Meal lor tho of pecmlnc nilvrrtiftlnj or ollirr niiall he lecmflil nltF n a imll takn The bill wns held tn be or suniclint Impor tanco to make It worthy of Introduction over the consent to this method was obtained and every effort will bo made to get the bill tho The object of the bill to compel newspapers lo make honest statements or their circula Inilcr mo present system advertisers who deFiro to use the newspaper having the largest clrcuLn Ion are at a los to know what journal to paironlze among the many In evcry cliy In Hie each of which publishes In bold type every day tun statement that Its circulation Is larger than that of any or Its H the bill becomes a law It will no away with the circulation and there will be boasis of newspapers whoso circula tion Is limited lo cities In which they arc simply organs for local political WANTED TO SKK An Womnn Win Arrlvoil nt hit Ontrnl Mary Leonard was a passenger on tho Minplro which arrived at ho Uraud Central licpot about 1 On Hie train her actions made her an object of Interest to her On leaving the train she went Into tho waitingroom of tho New New Haven and Hartiord depot and sat rolled she was plainly dressed and carried a small She seemed to bo in Ioilceman ot tho Twentythird noticed the As sho re mained In tlm waning room unill u oclock tho policeman asked her 11 she was waiting tor rupheJ ihe Ive como hero tuseu Tho policeman endeavored by further quos Honing learn something of tho dlstracted looklni woman and oi her but lo uli piesIons she replied Ive como to see Tlm policeman concluded she wns and by pretending to tuko her 10 Vanuer bllfn otilec lur iiulctly Into the ofllco of the An umuulanco wai sent for to take the woman to llellcvue When sho saw It she asked Is this vanderbllis private cnr rlairei1 replied Policeman VAnilerbllt Is using his private coach Just now and sent this ono lo bring you to his Unit will answered the as Mio sprung Into Wuile sho was oelng driven to Itellcviio sho grew to sou ami told tho oillcer to make hasto us her business was At tuo hospital sho gave hor name as Mnry llrtyseven yours a liouse ami vesldid In Klic said sho hud no although sho had previously told mo policeman she hail u sister who lived ou Kourih sue would not give any mreel address In She is in ouo or the Insane wards In charge ot Sho Imagines herself a per son ol great Importance and believes that every muns hand Is against iuesttoued U she bail over Deen In this city she saw she had and that she had stayed at thu urand Onion Tuuru is no such inimu on ihe register or that tind tho clerk thought It hardly probable that Leonard hud ever boen at the trand FATHER AIIIjK SKKRLNG Iio Will o TaUd Ilin Cfllo lo ItoiiU 11 71 MaroU recently ptibtor or Henrys wbo was suspended from irlestly olllces by thu Papal for iho part ho took in the Wlggcr was in tula oily The purpose of his visit here was to secure support In an endeavor ha will mnkototako his to Komo over tho or Ka tolll 011 a pica for OPERA JIOXES QUOTED An of In tho Prlco n loiv Ilfty thousand dollars bid is now the ntKtatlon on Metropolitan Operallou such a hid was made yesterday by a responsible man ready lo pay mat sum lor any sort or a choice In the cUelo ot llvo who will sit olbow to elbow on tho horse slion curve of Tho bid of Is lor what tho holders paid a fow days WITH OXE MEMRKRS OP TUB lItK SAV n Clinmliciliiiii Ihe Same Hid Curd of I AYiiillnii Intlle fur Kaxtern Amu Katlfrn Veto Jersey and Uxla culilfr unit itiir cluutti nitu snow ViKtlntfSAaij fhwmlati i wliuti sMftlnv to For Ionian tu snow fliiiradatii fur ttuaient Xuw Sollowea ou nmlfdi asttrnuon or night la tux trim 1arryi record a jcar and leux i ill 3 M 0 II 21 II SI HI 4J as laniiieruture o 101 currumiuiKlloif M W ia ai u livery man h made better by tho possession of a good II It Is only a lnudsjapo on Mie buck ot a dollar every one is loriiiuatu who buys aid Doinlnlon 1uoto In eaoh o McOntnin llfttB KlTDl llHtt 111 tUObO IllAt KOIVrt tile uotw ana UNK ofc1 TUK VIXKBT f nr Jrpew AID onil UtoKii MorrU Hint Ho Will Appoint No New of tlin Honrd of I rlpnn IllrectniM Unill Affair II nt nn of linn Volunteered fill to a LrciHlilIro Coiiilllltloe lo Help Out IB Cnininltten In No Shape to Mukn n Tlioronrli I whoro Thi IVnrhl liuti 1 For Its March The cliement over tho Wetherslleld Prison hor roiB Is rising In hour It la the ono topic of convusatlon That Now Knglnnd pubUc spirit which sweeps everything beroro It when aroused Is now at lever Tho eagerness to read The World was so great yesterday that copies were sold on Mnln s reet night ror cents TLe members of the Legislature came up Irom heir homes i hey adjourned on Friday until this and when they onmo In they were lull or the state Prison It In Ihelr universal statement that the everywhere Is Warden Chamberlain was In Ilarttord this morning driving around In the lino and behind the hands of a team for which ho makes the Ho Is very cunningly circulating the report that this Investigation Is ror political purposes ami that a Grand Army a noble old is being hounded by he Uo was saved In MflSHachtisetis once by pretending to be a martyr to his anil be evidently hopes oneo more to heller himself and his doings behind so convenient a ir WONT AVAIL Tho llepnbllcans are not going to be responsible for Tho leaders not willing to go out or their path to plclc up such an unsavory for they know that bo wan appointed by n nonpartisan thtil ho lUpubllcaoldm morn for Ills No parly unless Uo were In the last stages uf would volunteer to go bofero tho people of this state with Cham berlain as an Tho Prison which will meet morrow will probably decline to go ou with tho until has greater powers given AS tho committee now stands It can do practically It cannot employ a lawyer or even a stenog It cannot force witnesses to obey Ha Any investigation by such a com mltteo would bo a mum who has engaged tho ablest counsel wnuis to drive through a socalled Investigation beroro the committees powers cnn be Ills witnesses are all Tmlr stories are Ihoroughly re The old larce ot iho carpenter in vcitigutlon will be gone through he when forth from the committee with his newly feathered and his harp ireshly would emerge the Tho witnesses tor the State will refuse to go before such a oven It It Is of such nn unprecedented The In the exposure fruuv Morris nnd no committee could llvo before the Indignation hat Una beuu MOimin I have read tho dinerenl arllcles lu Tho World with great Morris Tbo charges made against Warden Chamberlain are oi such a grave character as to merit a most tcarchlng Tat tering or several members of Hoard ot Di rectors or ihe stale prison have nnd shall make no appoint men IB unill this In vestigation hn been I ruiul Unit article to my column niter suld of one ol Iho loading lawyers or the who was ior years and when I nnlshodltsho snia to mo Von must tako up this You must go to Hartford and do what you That World Is a noble U Is lighting tho lights of tho poor anil nnd you muit help And hero I concluded nnd I want to do my Connecticut Is roused as It has not been in Tho ex citement nnd Indignation are Increasing all over he I am told the icoltug Is aa strong ns It H In my own When I llnlshed rending ihtic account In Tho World 1 said tho llrst ihlug needed Is to got a member or tho LegHlai uro who has courage Interested In tho sat down ami telegraphed losonatur Koblo ot and l nskoit him to have a special counulituu with Himself as chair I added that it suoh committee wag appointed I wanied to oiler my I would help them to get ut the When I cume hero 1 louud unit the resolution ot In vestigatlun had boon referred 10 the regular Prison which Is already burdened wnh The prison and It must bo done TllDTH HAIll TO 1 know enough ot Investigations to know that u comtmttuo like thu present one before which Chamberlain goes with a good nobody tho ou iiosluun wlincfHcs HO in to extort the unwill ing trill Ii thu llpaor reluctant will bo nilnveHilgaiUniat To Eit at bottom ol thlu business theru must bu a special t hure must be a trained and there must bu every tissurauco to employee t thut they win not tie puulsiied If they tell mo I boiiuvu UM of Connecticut wnutjiiat such an as will get out Hie and no other wlwu 1 end World 1 was aston suld Secretary or state John livery body else appears to We ihoiiKlit our 1rlsou was admirably and Tho World story has amazed l etioaullji know nothing about our I mat when n rcputailo paper like The World prtula nn exnnustlvu account like l his and backs It up with Us oal trial liuloraemeiu it must know what a w Tuere ought 10 be an investigation will Thero bo no Thoinvestlga tlon to Tlm i resent committee it appears to bo occupied wiw ua own and 1 taluk A special uilfht liu s   

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