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   World (Newspaper) - July 21, 1893, New York, New York                                But arc always a goo J is Gold Circulation Boohs Open to ALL DtT WORLD J ADVERTISEMENTS DO V PRICK TWO MSW Fill PRICK TWO 2 Brilain Rushes Special Orders to Her Fleet In Asiatic CH1SA TARES MEASURES TO SUPPORT HIK Russia Despatches lo Help tlie Tlieve are questions tn be led They ilu uol cuncoru OlMlllonej to Foimn Intei Initrncllimi to llrltlth Am biiiniliir lo Aftrr TTIiloli Lord Hoetilmrr wltli Ocivrrn mfiit In SnM to Jtenllio Hint the Jm with for Which Immediate Fraimrntlnn Munt V Will Not Ilotd Ilnr lliindu Riid Krnncn Kimlcli ATVHT Territory Trlhatiiry IB French Got eminent Reported to Ilnva Itenn I formed of Hymp linmnr 11 Siamese Court In About In Quit HuncKoK July special Cabinet meeting wns summoned In Downing street this There was full Frances demands on Slam were discussed nt length nnd eventually Instructions for the Mnrquls of KrltlHh to were formulated nnd Immediately after the meeting the Karl of Secretary of State for ForclKn communlcaled with the Admiralty as reKimls the disposi tion of the lleot In Asiatic In the afternoon special orders wcro despatched by the Admiralty to ViceAdmiral Sir CommanderlnChlef of the Chinese Di vision of the Further questions were asked In the House of Commons today In regard to theSiamese Sir Edward Parliamentary Secretary of the Foreign replying In behalf of the Govern rehearsed the events that have occurred In Slam since tho relations be tween thnt country and France have adoptrfl a resolution upprovlnu In every attitude ot tho Govern ment lu tue BLUSTERING J1EKORE lluvw lTj fnn Are rionrwd for July belligerent nt tltuneot the Irenrh cununats Inccu atitl lying opposite the mlddlo or tho U causing great anxiety among the Alt tnreo ttunboMs have steam ad nro cleared tor Tho men nro coiilliiunlly beaten oncl tluy trnln tho guns on any Siamese Kunboat thnt Impprrs to thorn on Its way up or down the day or although In ncwrianco with an agreement with French Minister the RO tiavornmeiit e lllUH l V V A 111 o A Catholic Cluircli in Im Cily Burned Tills KnillICKKAlOR FACTOKY ALSO and Firnnon SuniiiiDnnl from SiirroiniflinK to allay suspicion liy warnlni In adf ance the French commander ot tho or every Siamese slam Is doinp her to convince ravin thfti her Intentions tire But troe dom nr action In the Is much 10 svlctcrt uy the prrBsurn ostcnta tlouily by tho French war BANGKOK The Klnff nnd Court Snld to 1 Ort tltiJT ItffHfly to tlin July Siamese Court Is greatly according tn a despatch received from 1reo are apparently under wny for the departure of the King and hla court from the Reports of this Intention of Klnt hnvo spread among the populace ami paused much The despatch adds Hint It Is snld In anKkok that n popular ngHritlon In favor of France hnfl been ntartfl In Province nf some to the southeast of the and ilitxt troops have been sent to put down tho RUSSIA WILL Tile Cznr Snlil lo Cunt n ftnrl Alrrndr 10 July Iiaron the llusslnn A in sailor to officially In formed French It IK stated In the Tetlt Journal and prior to the or the Chamber of Deputies last Tues when the Foreign defined Frances position on the Franco Slamesn that Itunala will support France on all the points It Is further aald that the Russian fleet In China watets Is under orders to proceed to the iulf or Slam to support the French and French residents tn The fleet btcomo and said that the British Ckivwnnwnt such notnrfcoise Imlprmatlon tiij enuMp It to form a cbncluslon to the merits of the Sir Edward added that the only part of the French ultimatum to Slam which concerns Great Britain Is that relating to territorial arrangements between France and The Government has determined to send lxrd tho British Ambassador to back to with a view to securing nn Im exchange of views with the 1rench Government on this Tho he will be conducted In an amicable Is expected to nrrlte in Siamese waters soon But the special Cabinet and tho opeclal orders to Admiral Freeman together with the sudden cancelling of the Marquis of Duffcrlns leave of nro regarded as hardly in har mony with tho ofllclal prediction of a perfectly amicable settlement with Even If not alarmed by the course of the Government Is believed to realize that the Siamese affair is fraught with the most for which Immediate prep oration must be made by Great Britain A special despatch to tho Times from Bangkok says the statement on the Siamese difficulty recently made In the House of Commons by Sir Edward particularly that part referring to Frances declared desire to maintain the Integrity of Siamese has created a favorable reaction In native and foreign feeling In Tho despatch nddn that the present and future position of Great Britain in Slam depends on the action to be taken by tho DEYEME THINKS BIAM WILL Jia Telia the Benuto fih tha Franco Can Whin July 4 Paris cor respondent of tbe Standard telegraphs tha French Minister ol Foreign told thn Senate yesterday that ho be llcres Slam will grant France as shn realizes that France IH able to exact corn pllanco with tho demands Tho oor respondent continues The ultimatum was forwarded late Wedneaday It uo the Imparted to tbe British Embassy before the ultimatum was despatched Diplomatic etiquette prevents the publics lion of It until tho period granted to Slain has I DolloTo It la incorrect to aay that Franc claims the left bank ot the Mekong Hive from the point whero it Issues from th Chinese What France demands that within a reasonable period Hi a in with draw from tbo ortltlod points held on th iBft hunk and trotn tho iBlmiao to irblc France lays claim at bating Inherited th rights of Cambodia ana The extent to wbloh the left bank f Belong to France must be settled by boundary Tula cannot be de oldod offhand by a diplomatic OMB BANK OP TBh MEKONG Thon Franca Will Want Don nil Set t Prevent Conflict In tho July 4 reply t Frances ultimatum u nob b given before Saturday night or it thought tliat In case the reply Is unfavorabl Admiral Numann will await tho arrival at l da apeolal ootnmuslonor sent ou Dy tbe 1rench akin CHINA WILL JACK In Not Ootna to Alt Idly IIr Up Trlhntury July has received hero from Pektn that China ns taken measures to support Horn as gnlnst tho Slam bas paid tribute to China many years bough only as a matter of usage and it is now apparent that China Is ictermlned to assist the Siamese Tench encroachments upon their territory The Interference of China will ndd a moa nteresttng feature to the FrancoSiamese and Is expected to reault In a modi Icatlou of some of the demands In Francos SUM SHUTS OKP RICE llebelllon Fiareil In thx rrnvlnoci ibHTig nnd 214 despatch from on to thn Tempi says The Klotnse Government has Issucrl decree prolubltlnsr the export ot nee from lattamcang and The Fluvla ilessagerlos Company ot Cochin China tearing a rebellion in those prov has euspcndea Its service ou th Admiral liumann haa matte arciiulBlUoi on tho Fluvial Blciimer Oattambung to re place tbo Jeau which was am carry tho malls between Halgon an RUSSIAN SHIPS FROM They Will Towurdl Slum Sooi RI NleliolpA In Tlnw ot the cabled from Europ that Itussla supports France In her design on Slam It la intoreaUnu to know that th Russian warships now In New York llarbo aro ordered to the They will sail or soon as the Nicholas now ou tbe ar Tho orlalnai instructions were to wait fo thu cruiser 1amjat but she has beo and will await tbe arrival ot Admlrt Kaznaltoff at Frum Qlbraltor tbo fleet will go to tlie Eas as soon as possible by way of tho lied So and the Sue Thu Instructions came a fortnight DKlGtiS DECLINES ClmpUIn Un Vrojioiml tn ItnUo II in SAN July Tho Ho charlos ot Kow who was d posed by tho Jemerel Assembly has declined en offer or n testimonial which cimpliilu o this city wished to lu aald ho had 103 nothing ao far by the except delay I literary work aud ot time and utvcngl TOWERS 100TH All Buy Long llnme In nltli TO rnx 1 Mary Towe tho oiliest wotuau In the celobratoil t day her 100th Sho was born this city and has lived here all her Mr Towor has been a widow sinco she ra twpulynloo years and ol her lour ch dren only Job Is Th unod ladyu memory 18 Sne oa mate numerous interesting hlstorloal even In KllzuCoiha history in tUt early part ot tb Her mind la quits clour and ho ganeiftl health vitality butsu fa almost Tower has for fifty yeara Men a men bar ot tUo QW Ars at rM TheFlninna tlroke Out Aflnr nihlncln anil Hpread thut Cnnlil Not romliat 1 hem rhlirrli TonKiie of 1lrti Rhnotlne Icli At forded n Mncnlflccnr Till II Fell AOJolnlne It Ktrticturet Htid Hflll In KMilillliM Driven from Shortly bforo 1 oclock this murnlnff fire as dlMovered In tuctnry t Fourth and Jackpon Lonz The building Is large and extends over scv ml Ine entire lire department ot the rlly WAS tilled but tieiore the men reneheil thn irnlnir tlilWlnn the nre had spread to sev rnl of tho nurroundlni A catholic cnurch nearby wni et ailre by 10 names and sparks were tossed anl n all dlrecllrnsfrom the The Police sent out an onal call to the neighboring tnwns reinon and enjlncs to tljihl the hlch were sprpnolnfr In all There ID a gashouse not rarrmtn thn which U wan roared would explode every jioment from the The church soon In The iplilly on Its steeple and noon he splrn was a tower of At he structure Tho nro wasreally ono or the most destrur Ive which Long Island city has known In one It covered a considerable nd these properties were destroyed or irrcatly damaged irny Krlrlfforxtlnc A block of All that section of tbo city In tbe vicinity t Veroon and Jackson avenues and Fourth and Firth streets at tbo hour of this cdl V relrljtrator wnR built ol wood ana It nerved us a tinderbox once the flumes n little brad n Tha brilliant mass of flame lit up the tlvcr until each ripple In tho sparkled as though Hooded with Tho riverfront along tho Now York shore almost as bright as Ilundrcna ot persons gathered along the piers and on the ousctops to watch tho Upper rindows of tall hntnfs were dottedwhite rlth awakened Many persons around Madison nquare aup oaed that the fire was on tho New York Bldo if tbe rlrer and hastened along tha croan streets to the water They lingered about the piers until the great blaze began to It was on the roos of tho big buildings partlaularly the Pulitzer that the finest view or tho was In tbo clear atmosphere tho blaze seemed to be scarcely further away than Fourteenth HtrroU Flrnt a dull red Klaro hung on the background of tho aa though the sun had risen Then a great volume ot blade and rolled up against tbe blotting out the From beneath the roiling mass or smoke noshed giant red which mounted up ward and broadened out Intousquaromaaa of solid The smoke rose straight up and then npread out like lazily drilling strata ol For a time the flro was confined to one and then a little to the aa It was i from the Iulltzcr a Blander line ot pure white name mounted distinctly apart from tho main mags of It looked ns though the white name wore running up a church Boon tho steeple tiecame clearly outlined In and In a lew rnlnuitm the white namo was barred with heavy blacK as though iho beams and rafters wore allowing through tbe For a quarter er an hour tbe tall pllUr of name bhone brilliantly against Ita grim back with the dull red glow of tho bigger tire IxisUlo It growing a little tMnlcr and lees When the church steeple at there rone a shower or sparks like thn burrt Iniof ronkels at some tremendous pyroteolinlcal Tno sparks 111 up the canopy of smoke for a moment ana thin laded leaving only the square mass or uiirisullni name and tho red glow against the After thai the fury or tho fro subsided and at It was more than a leten glow which uecmcd be Ing to pressure from the descending canopy ot At a tbe glow WHS nlnklns helotr tue undone ul thn tlnent IB uclcs that Now York ban seen In a lone I line was TWO THOUSAND lELUPUOMiS Klitliteenlli rililral Station Ilurnrtl The Ilslieeuth nrert crntral telephone station ivoi liiinifd out laht ind Its costly Six young women nun had been jelling Hello I all day were lorced to run liclr It was tin exciting finand a spectacular and ft blir crowd Tue central telTlmni stnil in was nn the top ivor or a I TICK tiilKtlni At tho snuthTTesi corner or anil tceatli The is numbered HUH und si 1 on The tcio phonn rrom was 111 tliG rear nt entrreit Iroiu on the cm nirt the IVAH locatpfl tho Wlililng MaiiiirattMrtng sllior Tonic or the Muitliig store wns that or Iltsnn t The other llrtngs ot ror punns Keys niiiiHifHcturpra of Impoitcrsor millinery and fur tlio Loninxevlllo Manurac turlns At olilncl the night manager or tho had Just taken otf his hnt and oat whrii A IUrst or llanio and unoke cmnc up rri in tle Tlif six flrls RltrlcXed end inn tlie Ion r stairway mid itiio llgliicenth crowther run nUrr titu Into houso or fjnglne iilinost door on i lichtf cnlli ho gavn the The nrenien anted Two called ten for Clinr inifr tint the height of tlin binning nnd the iTnctratlnj ouor or Iho Rtnoko J MOORES FALL HlUUnrU mUVHLO I brMyw In Social Disgrac for Ills Conic slons in a Divorce HIS TESTIMONY A KOUMi OMANS dvlfjpd Mnore K H ThTft Is no Ilstlon nljinit 1 hnvf thn Ifltfin from tho Wiimali bfcalni him In if1 truth In llf dnnc nil mid T ronld toll TOnif thnir tho would ihunKP 1 Ililnk thnt storv of i lining with a IH n in I Know lhU nffrrril to whlrll lu The World Polls Soulhfrn anJ West ern Governors and Imlf fortune i hop out of the ruiirtH a renuta ton ive the thing ml the womans nllril in by One of Him Clnh f i r oiitluit In llo Ir tin rrllll tlir Ho Porieil lo fy hy of u Snli It a hnrd to artw onotlirr three bnridlrs of telrplione wire that Into tlie station pttrteil hy the and thrlr ends hung spitting rlrctrlc The crowd ntid Micro Irom the artit trrlnp wires that swung and Then tho police drove beck the noird and stoppid tlie cable Ipnxt one hundred or w wero soon fliiiiiltng In lontf on the two although nn atteinnt wiw nmrti to keep up tioinw IourtoiMith street by mratH o r There wir thriwprnbiiardu In tho tihure auit with and tliHr ruboer In itulallons were thick iliuil or Wack tilled The ineii rouRht lor an hour And ten while the pollre caretully wanbed the Whit Ing Companys In the when the nre nroke wns the stiver UldvTwoy the riii inlillon refused to ppr Jill himself likr II fnl leinnn in of tho Irlncc uf f callol to tho 111 liv rl Tllllor Mooro lili Jirotty wlfr lnit ho hns fallen In of hlH of th our IK liy tlio aevoroly by tlio poople ul hf llviR far flKht of tho nnd by tho fnci tho Knvrrnlriff roiniulttooR of havr rnllod or f xplrinatlons of hln niliiot as It will be that wns railed In the proicodlnrrs Jiuoh llujtorul lXUUHay as tile only wltlioss till yoiint for by Is no Mild not have been secured without Presented hv populnr the of tlm onilner panys seized the plate and stowed It aray in safes The Klirlitcnntli street central telephone Rtatlun hfrvtil between Fourteenth and Twentilghth streets und tin anil North Until themvltcli hoaida repaired by Klione will Impossible tn that diatrlci or ptween that district and others but com munication between the other Uitrtots went on last These swllcli boards wore burned out once a rear tiie nremen said that last not started by crossed Inic lioin In mnnnir In tho rear 01 Dltnuns mimic Htore anil ulo Its way Tile DIlHunn lost neavlly br TDK total IOM on the building ana us conieutn UAH estlmalrd ol Klilol lulU onihe teli1 nhi mi Tho bullcllni la owned by tlm hilrn Ulttur ot After the now had away the cablrcnrn moved off In clanging many or tiiein coupled In THIS SON IS The Frleiuli of Imrlm Pnirr Fcur Hf KM Taken Hit Own II Jolm ADKUB Hamilton got nurd or John Charles Jllvn or hy be nlll caolo Icrrj wlin IB a retired nlth nne estate at Tyndnll 1crry lunboiit tlilrtitwo years rniliiT nrcars durk gray rusHot stonpsn llttlo iitiil has yroruort only ono week In his whnla He u Inln nboul when lie fccoame of ami clttlitoon raontlw ago ho Unit spent thai and i and ractliursos anil Mich lllce did Thon there wan n his father him over to ilm country Rome lies went out to rnlcauo and down nucl all around and Hpent Then ho to Adolnhua at No Kuu NMneieoiiMi Mtrci Ierry didnt huro monny with vhlcliti hH mid or tho liial live lluialllou and Churchill iildcr huvo houi nulling up for ono of them told u world reporter Perry tried to to uno position ho applied lor ran a lie grow doaponoent and thonod a vlul to ono of hln tclllnn him R con taliiea nbloh he Intended to tiiUe ho got a letter iroiu home on llo did not Eel a and on Tuondiu nltiht he walked Mlais Annn to lourtu IIVUMUO and Tiilrtlutb a of uodn water and went away and thui la Umlaut that wna heard ct Ilu note lor Hamilton hajlnf that ho wouU caiixn Dim no further cxpooije mid that lie 11 uuld uei or Bee liliu CAN TIIKV FIND The llroHilrruv lUnU Still Aftir Fflhftlili 7tmu Tho liiondiThy Saving Unnk Wednesday nliflit BurvcJ on tho Town Hoard of 1elhkm on account of tho iraudulcnt nuluor bonds to tuo bank by oxsupoiTlsor who lately leic tuut tona Hi u ul ueiirly TUe bank uucb to recover and Interest ou bonds Isoucd by Pell oud Toirn tlerK due in WntterhoiiKe olnlma thut his name ou the boadalh aattiu Binaniure iliereou differ very muuti iroui uUnwii Tho biiuk umolsln If WntterhoiiBe nlll make an anidavlt to thut etteod Coll wilt be arr8tia ana aont to A Hiny In TUB body vt A man WM found jrtiurday FARGO BANK IN NEW It StnrU nltll CHLlUI Slock nnd Sli DII of July Preston ot the Stale Uanklug tcdar Ifistied a certificate of i o Kargo nnd companys t trnnsnut a dltcount and Business l Noiv York The capital stock is dHldod Into tiou The directorand stttisorlbcic to tho a Joha ot Ban lran bliurCH Homer of sa slnuoa UiuUny o Hhares iKsmor I1 Alphonse and Will Inui ol UMi fihr Wllllum chailis ilosoph JanuK u Ariliur Harry ot Vurli leu ono1 Tho capital Ktock is imld In Tli ticsldiS starling with paUUl has a surplus ol oacu sliai of stock having been sold The Expna con already have 11 at Ba and ODD at Salt Lake city Kunilny Acllntr SuforliUeuaent or 1oilce Conll notltled the pnllca oaptalnu yostercluy tha theatrical Derformaiicea unake unarmlu inuetiiot be given on Kundaia Kelv In tbe who is ill was reported to be much belter Ian lixoiirnlou to Worlds Pair Tla liiltau and ilia nnd iU even though lathetlc lettern of confession and pleas or forgiveness were admitted lui tentl Illdsway Moores denial wais he only Ihlnc needed to iimsh the unit xnd keep tho youns woman from Irrep rable But when the Mlfslsslpnl n he was dulilied In his cotillon went to tho witness clinlr he imhral admltted hln rnlatloiiH with the to nnottfrom the published reports of the althouRh he had he grace to do no In a very low Whether he nltished Is not on Ho told tho full tale of their ncqtmlnt ince In and his rooms nt M 15ant Twentyseventh this nnd there cnuld ho only one Tho Injured IniBliund gwt I The news of the divorce ctime OB n Kteat surnrlno to Moore IIIIH iiorno a lilnh rcpti atlon for lie also aevotod hlm ielf so Btrktly to work us Trfiistirei if the JPKSUP Paper Company it 09 that he WUH hoiiKht tn or no opportunity ur ivrecUlnw happy Hut tlm nuttire of IIH testimony iiuno in a imuih Rirnter Muorf IK an old an a uf a Kood and hlrt rlRhl to tho title of Kentltinuii hud nevnr been ijiirw Why lie Hhuuld have gonr upoi tlie iitund und ruined the wanitiii wh lusted wan an Hut when t watt rumurod thut he had forciii nlve hlH leHtliriony hy a threat of a null by the himband for for nllenn tlan of hlB nftecikmn hlB inciu nmlled silmly nnd thn feeling wonder clmnfrod to one of Mooro Is a mcmhor of the Union Knickerbocker and Tuxedo am the Loyal TheHoard of Oov ornora of nt least ono uf these Inwtltu lions took up the matter nnd linked for an Of there la nothing In club rules or ithlca provides a for a membe who may become a hu tho refusal of a man to perjure hlmnel In such u COBO coniOH under the head o conduct imbncomlng a So an explanation wns promptly callct for from and UH promptly U was to tho effect that the woman had Lcgccil him so to fo tio reiiHon that nhe wanted to Vie rid o her He Inclosed letters from her to that more thai denied absolutely tho sul No action has been taken b the Hull so und It IH believed tha the explanation In A world reporter asked Rldgway Mooreyesterday to tell sornelhliiK abou thlH KO that ho might h rlKhted In the opinion of Iho genera Moore fell Into what I known an a state of and uald In Ih it mlacralilo thlnit come up ufiainV Dont ask mo any 1 am too nervous to Thlu Uiliu has broken mo ull Im going away to EuropeIn a short time to got away from tho whole I rofuae absolutely lo Ktiy anything about the Loulo Brazonler Moore was asked tho but he also re fuued to Wo all made an Ironclad agreement not to say anything about tho Hfild and I am not going to break my 1 had to have Moores testimony to etiublo mo to get my and he gave Thats I have my und I am Mooro Is not In this aud both Mooros say thut they know nothing of her Members of tho Union and Knicker bocker Clubs dodge the qututlon of the calling to account of Rldgway and content themselves with saying Dint Rldgway made a fool of lilm A very close friend ot who belongs tn all hln aald at Tuxedo Park in Breaking of the feeling at that country place Moore certainly not been or All li IIMS fn do now In to nvnv for nwhil rirvl tlio will blow ospeially when flonio of MH cannot are made JUIHKD til1 KAsIuNOTOX VnlfliciT Tnnnry oit Hrwn IfiO Inrlcni Slmrlly ViPtrrp 4 yrstTilar Matthew n f nr Mut Jump from n point cm fiir nbnilt iwe tvfVr wlt of thn 11 thr Hdrloin ft of ifin mnli Uiftii VK rf he w Ilf climlicl urnii rnPlnp nf narapct ftntl siraOlcd for n holMiipr fnrt t a whll1 lie Hf Atir lie Mini frrt nnd holy nnmturtj pcritMitlniilfir until jus It icrciid tlio it uir pi i fL nn tlin Jpit It Iicnifil itoiirfth titit pfiirol in nnd was uy the was pandlPtr on a wlior lirurLl tho splash nf llf f out plnlffd him HH wa and rarrltMl ilrs to thf HtaM utiil Ihen tn lordham i pnritv lu why Uo lunipftl fT bndsb no replied that ho did It for House SUIVOM found ttmthn nfTorhiK frJin Injury to tlio plno ftiiii of Ull recor ry rtro IIP IK beliorod tn liftTo been with AKMEl A I with CiiTVtnr KnlTo nnd r rn 10 oclock nlstht a col closely pursued hy another who irnnriirtlicd a M eirvlnc aashd Thirtieth westward rrom ilxth lollnwed by n lartfi who verc nttracteu by nrst mint ol rnllceman leorce or tho hlrlleth street Joined In the chase nenr Seventh lie enloeri on the roan vlth the at nicjhth arrnue ivertnok The Utter turned und made oviial unites vTlth the knlie at The imrrlnd the thruiitn with his billy nnrt tlnnlls struck his nmn nn the lell n The kiiiro ilroiipril rrom the neiiioK Ittld htooped to pick It up unu the ntrang upon hltn ntirt bore hiro to vhe Thnre was a short HI the loliciMiinn mastered his prlaontr tnt put tin nlpperB on M Mie Tlilrtlitli itntlou hn lila iiaini1 UNAiilK TO AOREE IN A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE SHKKMAN tho tarltT tiuMloii is swaiinwen up ror tha in HIOMKI imiidr tlitt MiDJeot oa anil leave tarirr legislation to regular i i July FLORIDAS lOVEKNOR URaKS Tn In my opinion tho repeal or the Sherman law ITould no bfst riinnllnl It would tiu lietcr lo IPHVO the tariff Ipglv Intloo lor th tC7Uar or llFNnv July of Tlicin Think llic Tariff Question Should Wait I SuNATOR CALL STICKS TO HIS rconillllonni llcpriil of llle Some A1 vnmf QN fn the fmilti TlinuKh Hntitli It nnulilo Hid Vnliie f CnM nnil HIB nml MUTCH lo n ion nnd Cillnn nf fniiRfnr of SUVA Uf rontlltlnllHl llritf 1 I 111 Ellopt Hnil of It Cnnnnt lie Currli OroRonV thitt the Micrmnli World todny prints tl replies It lins received in rfspocso to Its telegraphic rc iiueat sent to tho lovcrnon and United KUtrcB senntors of every Stnto south of Mo niil Dixnn3 lino and west ot tho Mnpl uiviT for n ttnltmcnt of their views upon three AYImthor nr not they fitTor the rr Ifltil of tti Klirrllmn Mllut inrntnrfl hn niihftltutril nr iho Shornuiti IIIIT II ilo not favor I itiicoiutlttonul MliplTirr nr lint thn extra nf rntitl Inrlfi Borneo tho southern ond stales men llulr and It wna luiposMbio lor The World to reach them by lel rif ir I aiainM siierninn and rhfcll vote fur its repeal ctlisiwlso I Is rot prnbrbio Hint ihnrc can bo anv December sea even thotiETh Ic sea July COKE roR ITfltM AND LOW tul the numtcr of replies re Chnrlw Mlicptll nnd tint he lived nt a 10 Thirtieth Whim senrehed a tourharrellrd H a tlrickjnck anil a punkulfo were rnuntl in hln Ilirefused to toll nlto the man 10 wns pursuliid nr the omul ot the MAT STOP A Ffldsrnl ronrt tlmt n Inrrineol I Tho validity of tho American Cablo Hall way companys patent or tun device for sup port Inif cablcH in cahlo rallwnya was cFtat1 llshud yesterday bv u declHlon handed down liy Junto In the Ililted circuit This device haa boon In uxc on the lirooklyn HrlUiro and the comnany nued to recover damaecn ror In and lor a rtlevco to appraliiu the Coxo decided In the companys nnd appointed Arthur Marten IIH Counsel for tho company will now ask inn to Rive a bond ror to Insure the niiymcni prints accruing uurlnif tlie next It i His In an injnnuilon will ashed tho effect or whlen would be to stop tno running ul iralnaon the tlajror lillroy snld to n repurier that an ap peal wcnUl bu liken irom Judge i oxus de HE ACCUSES THK A tnltilile Kpnnlin Ilnlnvil Wiii The body found la tha woods uptir lant wan idontlfled oy Arguello of the firm ot clLur mnti HB2 Pearl as that of Joseph a fortyehjht years Ihe aeaa was bis A latter found In clothlOR says that he waa persecuted By tho Spanish and that through them ho had lone hln valuables and and for that reason ha had taken bin Ho lor bin bad and trrlleu that ho trill return In power and punish Lopez that ho has not neon his cousin In two he waa a but he did not know where hu The CoronerB Jury lound that he came to his cloiith from a pistol shot wound lu fllctod with his own ccivcd la very AH the South nnd West have been regarded tor years as Hirer Mronnhoids these state mentn lavo frcat so far us they have been heard irom not a single Southern or Western Ooiernor or United states Senator favors the Flicrrann lair out and tome or tbe Southerners rarer its unconditional All are willing and many uiixiotistnnt it should lit rcpealcM on hut they do not agree as to what ought to fliibstUuiol ror Nearly nil Ihe Western nnd some ot the Southern statesmen ravortbo nosoluto free oolimge of Several ot them refer vaguely to a told others con demn the crime ot Til when ullver was Ercu the Sherman law Is twld by Boiiiu to nave dcgraacil sliver and to have made uocosfiary the rehabilitation of the white metal as Btnator of Mori in emphatically Btatts It as opinion that uncondlllona repeul cannot be others eay un conditional repeal bo a daugeroui Several at the from ncpunllcnns a well as favor torin legislation by tbo special but most of them any tin tariff question hna heen dwarfed by the financial problem and ought tn bo aloni until ConfcrosH meets In regular session Kenator of thinks Con frress could and should deal with both quo Metis at The World also prints today the views o of and of Thomas F ot a silver WIIEKK IB MGKANEIIl 1 Her Mother WMH Cuuin from Irelnnd to Find Her Ellen McGranery come to Now York from Ireland live ucokH ago Intent on sur prliilDE nor who IB named The girl has been In America two Hhe wrote Rlowlue letters and sent her mother Since that time nothing tins been licuril of Mcdrunorjr Hupnosed thut sue was em ployed an u nurse In the hnuno of John a Broadway realestate llut she loft hlshoune tho day her mother tiha was lust heard ol at tho jiaytlclo Modranery Is mnpplUK at S5S SENATOR QIDSON EARLY To Kilter of Iht IFuiM Tho expedient of the Sherman law hu proved a In every view tho expert ment has operated Tho lav should bo repealed at the curliest posslbl of tho called concerning what remedial financial legtslit lion may be I cannot now under lake to express an OiiiaoN July PJItrr 1 In my judgment much ol iho depression re sults that tin ncitle have mini tliu wns iho one ot iho dimniuled hnrniiih ana rfiorrn t tlin InnMu ot raw material ninl cohumnvh Hllko In a condition or ot this nt Ih inrlliAt All f un lor thtsroni on anoai rlod on In n hiind to miiith miily mielln imincdtnie anl i iesslnij re pradnclnir very lnrely ntlon of now heice t llori that the tnrlft ritieniiun should bn Kon up inn eariliMt psnlDto moment nil dealt wiiii ja rsiiedisinufiy It It prac nnd tho reform oenmrdTi tnttio poo le I hlMiest iiilfHot onuiiia wliiii it miDH itnni nt once ami I can ec no reason why a tariff and nil HID nnticlal nevdiil may not cnm ctiCi and mj oon na Con Inlluro t inko uiitltrmrlft tit le i In my have nn exceedingly bad InQuenca n the and especially on the Demo rntlc Frr lo lie called to iiHl donothinx upou bich the hnvo rppratcilly fpoken till ni iincprtiilti woua leaT xtrcmely bud or tuo f the liemocratlc imrty in tlio promises mad in Its about tho financial I do tiRlltive that a elmpla repeal of theSher tnn law will give It wo can rrea nd unlimited coinage nf tllver I Uilluve the question trill to seulurt pcrma aud It never will le until result h 1 fear t his m not but as ITcuilcondrtlonal repeAl I thu Sherman Mil wt ulj be pqulvill nt to otal or sum to n my nnd being unalterably op wsed to tlla 1 can see no relief In loallng with unlPbs It la replaced ly Rome act wnlrh simll fully and mcqulvocolly recognize thn determlna lan 01 the country to ndhero to a bimctalltc The Sherman not re the irilor ban iwo million uormnr man lour million itandard dollars wire come 1 ihoull bu To repeal the net without enacting ai jfocd as the net could leave no other couohislon but thnt the country had do TQtely abandoned tho promises the platform ami determined to plaoa llaelt upon the single cold To avoid any dancer of I cnnnot support any aot pealing tho Sherman low whlea does not em liody tbo Ituttreferred BO that when the ulll xoos out ot olleot tho sub atltuto shall take effect To bum 1 nollevo thnt an soon as tha two Houses or Concrcss aro orgnnixetl they should to wont to redeem the prornUes of tho platrorm with respect the eitnbllsh mont of a metallic expreiising my opinion ou the sm to bn taat the rrea of illvur on the nniuit plane gold would ho tne proper mode or doing reeling unilslleil that nn act ror this purpose could be buttrisnd ami euarded ao us to produce and malnt nlu pntlty between goU mid silver uudai tho snmo tlmu toga vigorously to work nu a tariff bill which shall redietn in good faith the pledges ot tha Democratic party to the country in the Tltal matter ot tho reduction of Neither ono ot these Issues can tha latter no more than the cannot concur In the suggestion ror con gress to meet and adjourn after taking action upon tho financial leaving tho tariff lor future RICIUKD COXK July Hamilton For Eatttrn 1wfc and New v MKiriiier For Itnnwlianta and fair w uuriitrr in far Iruiintny warmer tn eat f rii ji record yacUrtUr fttid k joar Agnt ti7i A 76 73 rrflipopdlnv IMI yoari TILUMAN TALKS OP CONSPIRACY Tn llt ot Tin The wlao solution ot tuo silver questlo vitally affects tho welfare of every labore und producer in the Uniiod as ire us tbe predominance ol tho Democrat The repeal ot the Sherman low au a disregard or the silver plunl in the Nn tlonal Democratic platform will ultimately de n both political primus and product a no with the credlicr tod nmnufuc ttirlng ututos ou one tldo and tho debtor an producing stiles on tha If we are t hare the gold utandard and silver becomes mere there will be grlmlUnr POT erly and distress In tho homo of every when grower and cottoaralsar lu au the next Presidential election will nnd piu Intrenched lu Now confront by a solid Soutn and battling for th principles ot whaterer may h the btnnor they uulurl to iho Tho i recent crisis u tbe result ot a oonspli acy brought ou by tho rallure of tha Treasur to redeem silver cortlUcates as coin silver o as allotted by begun uy Hnirlso and continued by Tlio rcipeal o ihe t her man law rehabilitating cl ver ruey restore an nlll double tho purchasing power of nlll also double tho number ol paupers rui glares lu tbo United TILLUAN July QOVBRNOR FOR REPEAL To tlt IrarMi I am defllfloaiy ppmion tnit the Sbi houU PRINCE WANTS To Hit Editor of Vatll in my congress By the Elmplo mouotlxailon ol leaving thu law as It was before can lustantly dence and TUat would equallitt values between products or suoU as corn and cotton on one elde and which Is now prnctlcullr on tha So long m gold Is thn only money tal and uy loaaon ot Insunioloncy Ut crcaaua In vuluo ovcry carrying tho money standard with thus tho value ot all prospnrlty Is impossible and lalluros or all Jo business can prosper when It haa to meet an annual depredation of over U pur as at proaenu lUceat events In India must have aliowu the unthinking tout tho value ol money metal Is not rugulatvd by but by As to the thu lour ot changes neces sarily depresses many lanus ot It we could have rullblmeialllsm reoatubllahea and a certainty ol uo tlukerln with thi the Columbian your would become ol unexampled liKADFOiui 1niNcB July FREE 5AYH tMttr ff nt Warlili Tbo people wero promised from every rom truui tuat It they give the party onargo ot all branches of tbe ineat It would tepettl Sherman Ush free both silver onUgoia proper and among very Orsn t tariff   

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