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   World (Newspaper) - March 2, 1899, New York, New York                                Weather Forecast Probably B Weather Forecast Probably The Worlds Loud Help Coll Paid Help Wants printed in The World in But Paid Help Wants in the thirtcen olhcr Ncw newspapers Begin to Advertise Next Circulation Books Open to I Circulation Books Open to AIL House and Home Wants printed in The World in But The Worlds House Home in the next highest New I York by the Preim IubliMi inpr New York l NEW MARCH In Urcnter Xeiv TOWc nuil tlWO outnldo of York nnil Cltr anil on tral FORD CALLS FOR A THOUSAND Peoples MassMeeting Thrilled by the Sen ators Demand for a Citizens Ad vance on FRANCHISES MUST BE I SENATOR FORD WANTS ONE THOUSAND MEN TO INVADE THE CAPITAL The massmeeting in Lenox Lyceum last night passed resolutions in dorslng Senator Fords bill for tho taxation of franchises of It also demanded relief for Amsterdam avenue from the fourtrack A delegation was appointed to go to Albany today to appear before the Senate Committee on Taxation and Retrenchment in favor of tho Franchise Taxation The peoplo will ho represented there by Senator Ford In his speech last night said that tho corporations arc In command1 at He suggested a llfctla Chicago and eaJled for men to go to bany and make thciir madc replied that tclc gnims hud hern received at the Queon Victoria telegraphed direct to Cardinal Rumpolla for Mazzoni Tells World He Only Fears Bronchial Pneumonia May OPERATION BORNE ACTIVITY AMONG Already Planning for a Conclave to Choose a Successor to Leo liy Ihn Publishing New York Special to Trie March 45 An operation was performed on the Pope at oclock A i Ulch has long troubled His was removed from his thigh urgeon Leo Did Not Wince Under Surgeons wmo thc haa abated it Btm Though Because of Mis Great Age He Took No TOOK COLD IN THE VATICAN Spent a Comfortable De lirium Being Replaced by Natural POISON IN THE MAILS is FOR A BROOKLYN GlRL HE IMPROVED DURING THE After FntlBnlnff Audience lie Went There for Rent ami Snycd Too In the Bleak Lenox Lyceum held tin enthnftl iuitlo aadlcnoo I nut The jile hail leathered there In IIHINK aroused by The to iildnrao Senator Forrti bill tnxliiK franchliei anil to pretext against the ol Amsterdam by cornornfloim enframed in laying four In that llmr ph the platform woro represented business Now labor taxpayers associations and tho Am sterdam avenue antigrab It was decided to divide the speaking between the franchisetaxation advo cacy and tho fourtrack being explained that all present were Jn of both of Senator Fords for Senator When Senator Ford arrived from Al bany shortly before 9 oclock tho audl ence arose and gave him three hearty At that moment tho meeting ivwas In full and tho telling points Ihs speaker had been received with great But for the necessarily short time Irt between the Inception of the itlng and the second and probably hearing of the Ford bill for tho taxation offranohlses before the Senate Committee on and ment In today the hall would been flllecj and It wouldhave been necessary to hold an overflow As It was the Lyceum was comfortably filled and the circle of boxes was occu pied by worneiPand their Three hundred men from the Social Reform Club marched Into the hall dur ing Senator Fords A resolution was adopted and a com mittee named to go to Albany Before the meeting was called to order 1 copies of the platform of the Peoples League were scattered over tho This platform Is taken from tho city Volittrter and IB headed Inalienable of tho City to Its At oclock John President i of the Now Aimsterdam said Streeitii Are tlie ihave mot tonight to enter a protest against what wo consider on tho peoplo of this great We recognize the value of getting about the and no communtly la more generous than Now York but wo believe that the streets belong to the and the corporations that gut tho i muat be taught tho le have the corporations have ahead In aplte of all and tmve met to tell the State Leglsla our rights must be wuit to eend to Albany a delega te hold up the bands of brtuve Sen Btewont then introduced M olnlrraan of the meet toe business men of Callanan said It is a great nor to preside over such tly wrote tor a publication that no civic pride dn New this audience I acknowledge that I am mistaken of corporations should not ho trenched upon so IOIIB ns they remain within their proper sphere servants of the but when they assume to be masters and prevent people from exer cising their rights It Is time to call a It In true that every no matter where he In Inter If thin attempted ontrairo In what citizen of thlN city nnd State nluill he Hate from thu affgrcNMloiiii of corporations Lohmaler contrasted Amsterdam avenue and the owing to tho claim of corporation lawyers what is good for the Bowery is good for thc said that the cases arc not lioncry Is 10O Feet He pointed out that the Bowery Js 100 feet whllo Amsterdam avonuo is only 66 feet and that the four tracks on the Bowery run for a dis tance of a little more than half a while it Is tn run the dame number of tracks almost 1hrco miles on tho said citizen of New1 York who that an outrage perpetrated y part Of Uie city ought to be ied by olUzens AS a take Kings take any nelghborhod in New la not protected by section rising in honest by the ring that by the throat Ink tha Amsterdam ave ym be duplicated any see that nlrU New here tontont to intfo who make plain Wie ns have rights which the f bound to At iwse with the Bowery Is simply a business thor while Amsterdam avenue Is In the residential where our our children and our parents will bo In hourly There public schools and public dnstltuUons for Che blind and sick on that Senator Ford entered at this moment and tho speaker Joined In the applause which greeted the legislator who had just arrived from Albany to take part In tho meeting and urge public support of his Lohmaler continued Politicians have eyes all around the rims of their they hnvo ears as Ions as to learn what tho people want and when they find What tho peoplo want they will give It to Cryntulllze the Wo now propose to crystallize the sentiment against the aggressions of If wo can send a largo delegation to Albany we can produce an effect upon tho gentlemen from the uppor part of tho State and compel tho Legislature to pass Senator Fords Lot us begin at homo and say to the legislators from this city that we will carry the war Into itihclr districts at the next Lot us say to the legisla tors from the rural districts that we propose to ihave this wrong righted and df they will not do It they will be rele gated to the obscurity to which they be Assemblyman In whose dis trict Aimsterdam avenue was ithe next He sold he had come down from Albany to work for the pas of Senator Fords The newspapers have been doing noble work for said but let me tell you that In Albany need something else to stimulate them to action on toe two bills In which we ore now Those bills are burled In They will not get out unless public sentiment forces them put Flan to Aroane If you will spend a fow minutes to writing to your State Senator and your urging him to favor the bill and demand that it be If tomorrow you will go to ten of your neighbors and get them to do the then you will create a public sen timent that the Legislature cannot re and tha bills will be reported by itfhe x If they are once reported then we will see to It that they are Let tie have ten thousand such letters put upon desks of tho members of the LOglriUure from this city and par tloularly upon the desks of tho members of the Railroad Committee within a New Vork Despatch The Mnreh 1ope In no Immediate unlit MiiKKOllI to The World rut Thc only tliliiK to nppre j htiiHloii in the iioMMftlilllty that Itroiichlul pneumonia may ntiper In which cane there would he no The In extremely Intf to hat he IN upheld liy hlH Iniloinltahle I truMt that thc Iontina consti tution may carry him Hafcly pant thc turning IN ex pected lie IN perfectly of thc gravity of hln Tho Pope was operated on at 10 for a haematic cyst an Infusion of blood Into a confined cavity In the right lumbar The operation was performed by a celebrated who was called in by tho Popes No chloroform was owing to the Popes extreme Local anes thesia was produced with ethyl Mill Not Wlnco Under The Pope bore the painful operation without murmuring In Jjfl assisted by JUiviiguors MlsclateUI and Merry del and his ifaitlhifUl PJo appeared touchedby the fortitude of the aged Origin of the A domestic prelate confirmed to The World correspondent the report that the present lllneas was brought on by the Pope remaining two hours In the Vatican despite a bitter north whllo seeking relaxation after a fatiguing He had been slight ly unwell over since and yesterday morning had a his temperature rising to 100 degrees ac companied by acute pain In tho chest and right Tho Pope passed a rwtless night last and this morning an Immediate operation was decided Extreme Anxiety at The Palatine Guard Is under arms at tho which presents a scene of the greatest apprehension and con All celebrations of the Popes birthday he will ho eightynine years old tonmorrow and coronation aro Instead tho Cardinal Vicar wJll order public Tho Popes Illness Is tho exclusive topic of conversation In Tho anxiety Is Telegrams from all the sovereigns of Europe arc received continually at the The Emperor of Austria and tho Queen Regent of Spain each wired three times King Humbert has requested Premier Pelloux to Inform him hourly of the Popes continues and I wns Informed nt the Vatican today that the Popes Illness Is really There aro signs of the left lung being This Is complicated by an Intestinal trouble which last summer nearly proved Extreme secrecy Is being observed at thi and Lapponl Is In constant Tho Popo suf fers much Thero Is great activity among thc who already aro planning for a and all signs point to a general expectation of n fatal ter mination of the Popes Archbishop who left for Is expected bacit hero Imme and It Is said that Cardinal Gibbons will leave promptly to at tend tho The candidates most spoken of to day for tho Papal chair are Cardinal who would continue the pol icy pursued by and Cardinal the barefooted Carmelite renowned for his saintly havo ever been fruitful In In the Afternoon Temperature and Pulse Became Decidedly Lower and Symptoms ANXIOUS WIFE TOOK WALK IN Latent ntillrtln Fnlly EXuhlliili Hope Awnkrncil for Recovery of the At oclock Inxt nlKlit tlie Imvliia1 bulletin IVIIN iftniicili HAN rONTIMPMD TO TIIICOIMHI E i CYST BIG AS AN Had Been Forming Thirty Years Perhaps and Excision Took Some Qy Aaftoclated March following official bulletin has been signed by Mazzoni and Lapponl His Holiness underwent an operation at 10 for the removal of a long standing which suddenly became His Holiness bore tiho opera Uon remaTkably although It was to use Tho Popes condition Is now fairly Another official bulletin Issued at 5 reads The Popes pulse Is excellent and the general conditions are veritably satis factory In the part operated All is proceeding Laipponl will sleep ait tho but Mazzoni will not return until morning unless complications set In which are not looked Tho haematic pyst had boon forming probably for thirty Smiled on the Ilia Holiness was carried at on a Utter to a window of his apart he said to the doctors Do you want to play those tricks upon mo at my ago Then ho lay down composedly on his tho t potion t displayed gave them cour tho doctors feared to tiso chloro form and used Instead a liquid anaes thetic consisting of chloride of sodium and Owing to tho size of tho work tho ex cision occupied Homo but Maz Thero Is now every reason to believe Rudynrd Kipling will got At 1 yesterday tihcre was no material change in thu patients condi but It clear he was fully hold Ing his own lr point of who had cnme to tic hotel with intention of being at tihn bed side all nlpht If felt spcuro cnoiiKh as to his patients ocndltlon to go to bed lir an adjoining As tho nlirht iirogrfssed ICipIlngs condition seemed to bo slightly Im proving with every and after tho morning consultation the for the first time since the Illness wfiro to say there was a chango for tOio At S oclock they Issued a bulletin whlah read na follows Kipling hirl a better nlpht and he Hymn toma have The delirium waa roplaced by natural Hi la still ifirloualy an though ntlll TIIKODOHK From that time on during tho day the patients condition At after another consulta this bulletin was Issued Kipling hia Baloflft itnoa Tha an an and in direction Improvement Is THEODORE of Kiplings pub lishing alter this bulletin was Is said tho patient now needed nat ural sleep more than anything At G word came from the sick room that natural sleep of a very refreshing character had fallen upon Kipling that he had just awakened and was obviously Improved by the The fever and the pulso were even lowar than when tho encouraging bulletin was Janoway came to tho hotel about 7 and there was another con at which It was decided not to Issue another bulletin until 11 ns thero was nothing to add to what had gone There was no diminution Jn thottbream of Inquiries by post and telegraph yes and the number of ihosu who Startling Charges Made at Hearing on Ordinances at City COUNSELS BOLD Asserted He Could Prove by Gould Questionable Overtures Came from OTHER HE On a Question of Veracity Between Gould and Van Wyck Said Ha Would Believe NEVER KNEW HIM TO TELL A MISS MARIE 2011 quickly traced tho uxtont of llio and tho actual operation lasted twolvu The cyst was about tho slzn if an Tho Pope displayed great After tho bandaging ho was carried huck to tho bod once tho feeling ot duo to shock and loss of ng o bio 01 counsel for the Tax payers made a short speech explaining the exact nature of the1 Amsterdam Avenue and Thomas A Fulton read the resolutions dqmancllne Its Those resolu wore unanimously Urtre JoJwpi runnini POPE RESTING AT Lapponl Left Vatican for a Seeming Very V March 1 was ascertained on inquiry at Vatican at a late hour tonight that the was resting vV The wound continues healthy and the pain has After the It the due to loss of boctamo extreme and his Holiness lost con sciousness and muttered unintelligible Latin broth and chaimpagne were with rood left the Vatican for short time about He then seemed very The Pope Hiad always concealed the existence of the TALK OF BLOOD Telegrams of Inquiry About the Pope Received at March Romo correspondent of Uie Mall says There U ft rumor tonight that the Popes physicians fear The Pope Is atlll suffering from diffi culty in respiration and from pain In tho lumber rccrloni Mazaoni tells mo lit la possible may disclose i Altogether tho progress of the dlsor had passed ho appeared quite Tho fevor quickly con llrmlng tho diagnosis of tho During the operation tho Pope asked his private Father to say Jolccd After After tho surgeons hud completed their task ho was In excellent spirits and even joked with His Holiness slept two hours during tho According to His Holiness suffered great pain during tho opera tion end remarked afterward to his doctor I understand now the seriousness of my You must have had great courage to operate upon an old man like tho homo of her 510 17lh MAIIIB RKcil 17 Whether tho death notice was meant to bo the climax of an actual murder or tho culmination of months of malev olent hate Is yot to bo Marie Tlmpnny IH not But the postal authorities of Brooklyn had on their hands yesterday mysterious a crime as over camo under their It started with four months of porswu llon by anonymous Now Miss Tlmpany 1ms received throuKh tho mailsa bottle of poison masquerading ns and a box of molluscs It will take a chemical analysis called was qulto ns great ae on any day In tho Kipling left tho hotel at and took a short walk In tho She looked more cheerful khan on any day during the past dressed to thu distracted Klrl wore held at tin liy order uf her not only to prevent her receiving but In tho hope of setting a clew to thu anonymous Tlie box was opened at Within wan a layer of cheap mixed candy and underneath some candy that looked as if It mlxht have boon made of It had a pungent odor that didnt belong to molasses Poison candy exclaimed the In spector whcai In cauffht the Some of tho candy U now in the hands of a chemist for The climax came tho next Tlmpany was out till ij Thero were lights In tho parlor and he could ninclb Rnmo nf thc Wordti DiirlnR the Heated to tell whether or not tho candy Is pol hear his daughter playing on the MARTINELLI IS der IB When he coi i the nsented to hU Holiness said to Lapponl Is a trttly ifhlng to me to separate myself front this oysl hen I am About to alter hav when I am Aout o ater av 1W company forvaiililrd of my Papal Delegate Fears Consequences of Special to Ttit March Mar the Papal said today that for tho first time since reports that the Popes strength was falling became prevalent he Is Inclined to believe that they mean something The faot that tho Pontiff has passed successfully through a surgical operation Is reassur but his extreme age precludes tho Idea of his effectually fighting off pneu monia If that seta The Delegate said that It Is customary when the Holy Father Is In extremis for the CardinalSecretary of State to the news to all delegatesapos tollu and other officials of the Vatican then out of On receipt of this Intelligence the bells of the churches are tolled all over the world wherever the news U pub lished In and the faithful are In vited to pray for the soul that IB pass it Martlnelll receives such news tonight he will Inform the pastor of and the tolling of the bells of church will be the signal to all tha other churches In Tho members of the American hierarchy would receive tho the Popors condition by wire the Apostolic The Popo wWl be eightynine years AGONC1LLO WRECKED AT Klllnlilo Wan on tho Which Went Down Ofl tho Irlnlt March representative of Agulnaldo to tho United was a pauserigor on tho British steamer from John on 18 by way of Halifax on 20 for which went ashore on Skorryvoro Rock nt 7 oclock this The steamer is a total but all tho passengers were The Labrador was making tho en trance to the north channel of the Irish Sea on the way to Skerryvore Rock Is north of Ireland and west ot just off the regu lar Sailed from Halifax March oteamer Labrador arrived here from to cemploto her taking a mtecollaneous assortment of 260 tons at wood barrels of raw furs and malta and agent of tho Filipino and member of Parliament for Prince Edward wmontf the There were fiftysix paewensrers ti twenty sixteen second cabin and twenty Tho steamer was due oft Irish coast yesterday The It Is another mystery like tho AdamsBarnct and Botkln only done by far more clumsy Mario Ethel Tlmpany Is one of the of the Park Slope In She with her parents nt 519 Seventeenth street In a pretty She was seventeen on 4 and is beginning to go into Sho is a beautiful with brown n wealth of chestnut hair and a dainty Miss Tlmpany was graduated from school laat Sho went to her new llfo with flrlltOi happy as a lark and fancy free tlll November when thero came a letteifcthrouBh tho It cannot be It was in an un known evidently and written In Tim sumo day a friend tLo Matthew of Sixtli received u similar letter in tho amo Next day Tlm mny another Krom that day 111 this hardly a day has passed that no or tho other has not received some ort of scurrilous One hand vroto thorn Tlmpany notlllcd tho postal au Thoy could do Every camo through Station Tho etteroarriers Instructed to ex imlno all and by this mcaim It was discovered that those for Miss Tlm pany were posted In tho box on tho cor ler of Seventeenth street and Ninth A watch wus Then tho culprit sent letters from other The newspapers had been full of the AdamsBarnot poisoning case for a weak when Miss Tlmpany had her seventeenth One of her presents was a bottle which came through the malls with a birthday card on which was written Many happy returns your But there was no It was a cologne bottle and the liquid smelted like Tot a drop of It was so much liquid It was a diabolical mixture of carbolic acid and scanted with strong perfume to hide the odor of the A drop of It on the girls face would have meant a and a free application of It perhaps disfigurement or One drop In tho would have been Miss dor was In charge of She ivad always cmnpToyed In tiho Cana Aitlantlo Royal Mall plying between Liverpool and in Bum mer and Halifax In the She was the greyhound of the Dominion line and the Canadian record for werd passage from Liverpool to Halt and Besides tlhe pasneiigera named above there were on board Hardman Charles CWsihotoi B Gilbert Qreen Oufhbertson Nathan Charles He ah e tweaitytlrst anniversary of Ills our elootlon to th American i nleru greying Ill Th just sent him Ilnrwalu Uny nt SulU anil Overcoutu nt grcut olter bti CTiurtjday we sel overcoats without profit Ji day mens covert oloth sprang black and Oxf at order to profltdi our great To pyurp ghi heri overcoats at wortf a aj The overeoats at Me put his hand to tho doorbell to he started Crape on the On the hung a knot of block and long symbol of With nerveless fingers ho rang the Ills son What has happened toll me quick Thry thought him bereft of his lie pointed to tho Tho family looked wumlerliiRly ono at morning Maries deathnotice ap peared In a and they know that llio anonymous loUerwritcr had ilone Tho address on tho queersmelling candy was In tho sumo 4hu hand on Jill the and the band on tho Lust nlghl they all were discussing tho events of tho last four inontns Avlien a World reporter At lliTt Silas Tlmpany was reluctant to that it nnlsht help run down her she mild I can guess who It but wo have no My life Is getting to bo a I aim KO unnerved I cannot and 1 am fearful oven of going Into the street 1 have harmed no ami cannot soo why any ono want to send me poison through the 1 might have boon scarred for llfo Iliad I used any of tho stuff la that bot Wo feel suro tho candy was Clark Is as distressed as I for he has no onemloa that he can think and his flancoo Is Afraid of Boluic It IB terrible to be The thing Is on my mind day and night and I cant eat or I never know what Is to happen I am afraid of poison In my tn tho in the In I have had nearly a hundred I have some but many hnvo been sent to WasUlngtoti for A debate marked with sensational charges occurred yesterday between Mayor Van wyck and Jullen counsel for the Manhattan Elevated Hallway at tho public hear ing on the ordinance to compel tho L road to run a train every live minutes i In the day on all Tlie words blackmailer and liar wore often No such scene has occurred In the Mayors office In many years as was en acti d there Van Wyck took up the cudgels In tho personal controversy between Hlchanl Croker and George He took the side of Hlchard Jullen talking for tho Gould tried hard to drift the cunilon along lino which would place Tammany Hall and Richard Croker a bad light beforo the At n point In tho ilolmio Trhen nil Tvns excitement Counsellor nmde chancel naolnit Klehnrd Croker and offered prove llio L roail case nernlntt thc Tuminnuy ehlof at a h earl OK or before nay alVerud to call George tioald a wltnen to prove tho imnliint Mayor Van Wyck replied Inbitter He said that the public would believe Richard Croker and would not bcllevo It was made plain at the hearing that Mayor Van Wyck would approve any ordinance aimed against tho L He advocated driving tho Manhattan L out of Bat tery He said they should be made tu yield to public stop promis put electric equipments on their roads and give good train In order that no question ot Inao Hiraiy may arlso Tho World herewith a part of tho record of tha olllclal stenographer at the hearing which has been verified by a World stencgrapher U miirlcuhlo Ihat thlx oriliiillDcu aid not oivo ItH Introduction to any liuhllu ilvmnnd hut to llnaiiclul ar A druggist made the Tlmpany was almost She could not Imagine who was persecuting The postal authorities suggested It might be some one who objected to Clarks attentions to Dear me said the mother Clark already Is engaged girl and Is only a friend of The anonymous letters still kept com They accused the distracted girl ot all sorts of One signed with the symbols X X and addressed to Clark demanded that ho send back Miss Tlmpdnys taken In fancy a dainty memento he never i Moan while It became nocoasary to oajl In a physician for Miss She was on the verge of nervous pros She was afraid to no In the streets nnd at nliiht could not It was necessary to proscribe for Friday night oanve A big box to Station it hod been fauna on top of tlfo letter paxes jand f tho exports to puss Tlmpany Is almost as much u my da ip ihe set us ihor I Tho World would try to help us unoartih the wicked person vMho has tried to aonoy my poor Mario In every and now sends poison to 1 am firmly convinced the candy was and Wrat the crapo and death were part of the villainous oniy uxplunutloij Is that some girl Is jealous of for she has plenty of rrlemto among tiho young men and Is something of a In her VICTIM IS to Th March of 1ort victim of a Whltocap Is sonllned In the asylum ward of the County Alms The Injuries Inflicted by the men who Invaded Ills iliorae Wd after causing the death of his Infant child drove him scantily olad Into the snow have driven him Yesterday ho broke up his bedstead and smtidhod all fhe windows of his roonu He threatened Homy whan he tried to quiet Ho Imagines pursued all the by men In nwiska bil Unices no Improves sent to the Trenton The have the MAYOR VAN you hear tho demands this morning COUNSELLOR DAY thtl v MAYOR VAN If you BUI In this olllce and received com plaints an I have received them ypU would know that they are of long stands 1 COUNSELLOR DAVIESiThey on us In the week beginning iebHfc when the AutoTruck Company learned that certain privileges whloh tllty manded ot us could not be two days we received five to six dred notices from the Board of one us to put up fortyeight when It would been a physical Impossibility to do a As Mayor of this city am about to say should appeal to This AutoTruck Company lay pipes running down every no the time in their will mon who beat He no complulnt ugajlnst earing their Quo every pillar of the L road so these pipes might be used at any to feed air to This quest was first made In the middle jot There was no complaint by the city authorities against roads until Crekers that wo not grant thla to the AutoTruok evident to us that our charter iould forfeited were we to make any ot the also feared the ofthis air which la yet In Ui We feared Its expio slve effect anfl the lives of owrr sengers and that It might Then came the Inoludlng the order to get out Battery MAYOR YAW They ouffht to dlvo yoa Yon got it by You hnvo uo rljflit to Uo vlou will be   

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