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The Cincinnati Telegram (Newspaper) - December 9, 1888, Cincinnati, OhioTHE Cincinnati telegram. VOL. é, NO. 219.CINCINNATI, SUNDAY DECEMBER 9. 1888. PRICE TWO CENTS. WILD RIOT! k Mad Mob Attacks Birmine-ham's Jail. Three Thonsand Hea Held la .Check B} 300, • Mtn; Mm KilleC, Among Thom iho Postmoster. Desperate Efforts of the Mob To Lynch Murderer Hawes. Wildest Soenes Of Bzcitement Ever Witneesed There. Hero^o EfltorU of the Mnyor end Others to Prevent Disorder— The Prisoner Refused To Be RemoTed to n Piece of Bafetj. BiBXTNOHAsr, Aut,.. Deosmber a—The grestsst excitement existe hero that tbia elty bbs ever known over the Hswas morder mystery. New deTelopmen.ta forge a cbsln of etreumstanttal evidenoe agalnet Hawee .that levery strong. Tonight a mob of 5,000 people snrronnded the Jfiil,«nd the people of tbe en> tire city are so wrodght'ap as to be beyond eontroL The flndlog of the dead body of Hswet* former wife adds another link to tb« chain. Tbe body waa found at Uw bottom of the lake. ’ The head bad been ernahed In by the blow of an axe. Around tbe neck of tbe dead woman waa a bar of railroad iron, one at the feet, and aaother round her walat. >•    ^.. iPtte wmillLll^ UWiy'fiSa SI HmlSíEto tothe nndartakeiX but the crowd there waa eo graat It was remoxcd out of tbe city somewhere, known only to the offlcera. The Inquest will be betd tomorrow night. When told of the dud llawesdid not show a ebange of color, but persisted in bis claim of iQDOoenoe. Tbe Sheriff thought beet to remove him to Montgomery, and asked him If be would be willing to don a policeman’s nniform and go through the street li^ decided It was best to remain, rather than show his face. Thirty officers, heavily armed, form the guard at the lall.    , The body of the emaller child Is still missing. In Hawes’ house blood stains were found in almost every room. After they bad boAn|found tbe bouse was left uuguarded for a few hours time, and some one slipped In and washed up tbe stains of blood. Hawes says be sent his wife and youngest daughter to Atlanta Batarday, and left tbe other daughter May, Whose body woe found tbeotherday In charge of a negro woman. Tbe streets in the vicinity of the lall are tbroDged with people, but tome of the most prominent oitlsens are now addressing the crowd and urglug that the law be allowed to take Its course. It Is believed that quiet can be restored and the crowd paelfled. Jn mystery and Ueudish cruelty tbls murder has never been equaled. 81nce tbe discovery of tbe Identity of tbe murdered girl. May Hawes, and tbs fact that her mother was missing, It has been suspected that tbe latter was also murdered. Tbls suspicion was oonflrraed yesterday afternoon by eearobing the Hawee cottage, and finding bloodstains In every room. At noon today tbe body of tbe missing woman was found at tbe bottom of the lake In tbe Pgrk, half a mile from tbe eotUgc, where the family had lived, and five milee from East Lake, where the body of little Hay Hawes was found last Tuesday. The body waa kept at tbs bottom of tbe lake by two hundred pounds of Iron. In addition to finding the body, other circumstantial evidence baa been found against Engineer Hlefc Hawes, the busbund of the dead woman. New York, December 8,—A well-kbowD person, both here and abroad, was arrested today at Santiago by one of Inspector Byrnes’ defectives, Phil Reilly. In 1^76 T^illlam A. Busbnnll was employed at bookkeeper for Batler, Stillwell A Hubbard, this city, and daring tbe tims be waa with tbe>flrm managed to bypoibecate securities valued st |35,-000. After tbls little trouble blew over Busbnell turned up at Aspinwall, under the name of Gerald T. Hanson, made many friends, became popular, and soon secured a position as General Agent for tbe West Coast Telephone Company. He coniacted tbe affairs of the company so well that be embezzled eigbteen thousand in gold for his own nse. Ha was arrested, bnt friends balled him out. At this time P. W. Jones, Manager of tbe Telephone Company, wrote to New York, making inquiries about Hanson, and rsquestod that detectlvsfi bant up bis record. Advertisements we^ inserted in the papers, one of which met tbe eye of Mrs. Husbands, who tolá tbs detective that she had met Hanson snoially, whils at Valparaiso, be told her that be bad beeu in college with Dan Lockwood, of Buifalo. Tb-< latter waa communicated with and said the only man óf bis olans who was Iihely to go wrong waa BushnelL Farther investigation led former employers to put deteciiYea on Buahnall’s track, one of whom weut to CbUi and lomited BiRMinouAlI, AUu, December S-Midulght. —Five tbouaand men are now aurroundlng the Jail Ths Mayor la trying to reaiore eric r. Mattoraars very erttioal. Themobfor-’ unatsly is without a leader, and there are BOW three buhdred armed msn inside tbe JalL Tbe Mob Attacks the Jail. BilMinaHAa. December 9-11:30 a. K.-Tlit Isll bsa been sttauked. Three men in tbe ssebhava been killed and twelve wounded. Nina Men Are Killed. BtaitnioBAM, Deeember 0—t a. k.—Klae ■ea are known to bave been killed. Among IhoB) la the PMlmaater., Idst'ofltinod. BtsaiivaaAii, Deeember I.—It wse midnight wban the mob first advshoed on the Jail. The Bhenfl' and ble offleen fired on then, and many men dropped, and the aaeb fell back. The most Intense exoltemest prevslle. Mo dnetora esa found, end the wounded ere aiifibrlsf borrfWy. The fellewlof M a ^ st the hilled aad woesded: CRAKUS lABUBT^ ldg|aib ghot tbrosfh «tebneln. A* A    Ait    Vli^    AflNrtMKH    rile through the baok and ninglng towag^hA^ heart. ■ M, R.THROCKMORTON, Foatmaater, ehot In the leg and woUnded. MAJOR KENNEDY, abot in both lege and left arm. A- J. BRANNON, Ü. S. Deputy Marshal, ■hot Is hip. SMITH, of Avondale, shot all over with amall shot. CHA8. TATE, East Lake, lame. JOHN H. MERRITT, ball In right leg. JOHN OWEN, shot through right thigh. JOHN RUSH, allghlly wounded. A. A. WALTERS, alightly wounded. Another attack is expected every minute. AFTER'MANY YEARS The Sensational Hunting Down Of a Fugitive. William A. Bnshnell, Au Expert Forger and Embpzzler, Arrested In South America. eoIvwT tKelelugram aaylng the'madSfM arroated. Much ingeoulty will be required to get the prisoner back to New York. To avoid cumplicaiions and poaaibie escape, tbe delectivo will take the PaoiÚo Mall steamer to Callao, then transfer him to a ateamer bound for Panama. On arriving there the prisoner will be kept on the English abip until the American Consul can be communicated with,' when tbe prisoner will be put aboard a man-of.war till the Pacibo ateamer is ready to salt for San Francisco. From there the trip acrosa the Continent will lie made bv rail. A GOOD FRIEND. That’s What Uncle Sam Has in .Lord Randolph Churchiii. Hia Bfforta To Maintain the Gk)od Relations With Britain. His Eaemies Waut Him Out of the Country, Bo Advise a, Be* Voyage to America fbr the Good of His Health. COLD-BLOODED> MURDER. Another Lynching Probable Aa the Result, Tax ARK AKA, Tkt AS, December 8.—Dr. H. M. Beltder, one of the best known citizens, was shot aud Instantly killed on the street here tble evening by Ed bpears, a fourteen-year-old boy. During tbe absence of Beilder from tbe city recently hi» divorced wife died suddenly. On bis return, Cellder suspected that the had been poisoned, auh announced his Intention to exhume tbe body for examination. It was rumored yesterday that tbe body bad been etoleni end a guard was placed arouud the gráve. Beilder charged through tbe papers (bat certain penwnk, fearing an Investigation, were sttemptiug to steal tbe body. Beilder was attacked on the street tbls morning by Allen Bpcars and knocked down' with a club. This evening Ed Spears met him and emptied the oontenU of a double-barrelled shotgun Into him, killing him inetant-ly. It la feared Spears will be lynched tonight. TALE OF THE SEA- A Ship ■■nk, But ths Crsw Sbvea, By • Bn4 tailor. Chatham, Masa, DeoemberL—Ths schooner Franklin. Captain GrHBn, from btooktoD, Maine, and bound from Portland for New York, light, showed up ofl here st dsyligbt flying dlstreee slenala A wrecking party hoarded her end found the men at the pumpe. Captain Grlffln was In the cabin, serlouily Injured from s fall into tbe bateb-way. Tbe man In eharge proved to he Captain Ames, recently ma»tcroi the eehoonsr J&cph Hall, Which left Hyuunie yesterday for Portland with s cargo saved from tUeBuean P. lliurlnw, wrecked at Hyannla Captain Ames reports that while beadlug aeroas tbe hay last ulgbt in a strong wind, with a heavy sea runolug. his vessel was run down by tbe Kruiikiln and stove la so that she sank almost Iminedlatoly. HIrnselfaud erew elambered aboard the Fraiikliii, and there found an Ineompetent erew and general eonfuslon, and that ('ap-tain (irlffln did not know his enurae, hence tbeeoHlelon. Cspiain Amee will remain In Charge to pilot the schooner to her destination. He and others on board tbe Joaepb Hall lost all they had exeept the olotbss they wore. A DW1AMITE CRUISER. Tko Mow TosbvIws Ihnsvos tho Bhl^ yard For Her Trial Trl|i. Pnii.Ai»Li>iiiA, Dseambsr t.—Tba United Bistss dynamite ornser Vssavlos left Cramp's shipyard this morning for Dslawars Bay, wbsrs her trial trip will bo mado. Tboss on board worti Naval Constructor tawia Nixon, Wm. .M. Cramp, Andrww J. Cramp, Charlas 8. Cramp, Fdwln 8. Cramp, A. 0. Busll, of Washington. Ths United Butas etaamsr Dsspatcn anoompstilsd tbs Vssnvius. On nosrd of bar wets: Llsatonant Wm. B, CowlsB, Lifutofisnt Rsvniond P. Rof-srs, Lisatsnant Hrsdisy Flak^ Oomito-dora John G. Wstkir, aod uaiitdBBiii fasto» Sohrttsdar. London, December 8.—Lord Randolph Cburobill is not only a very distinguished persoo, bub has proved bimaelf a good friend of ths United States, so that anything be doea or that happens to him la of intarestto Amerioans, Baforo the aaasmbling of Parliailf^nt his words of moderation oonoerning tne* rejection of tbe daberits treaty, tba retaliation mesMge of President Cleveland, and especially concerning the dia-missal of Lord Sackvllls, did more than tbooe of any public man in England could have done to reduoa feeling and tranquilixe tbe public mind. He mádo Lord Balisbury’i eubseqaont burste of sarcasm and spleen st ths Lord Mayor’s banquet and elsewhere, appear paerleb ana in bad taste. Tbe self-restraint and liberality of spirit of this impetuons young man in this instanoe wss greatly to bis honor, oomoarad with tbe temper and indiscretion of tbe Prifbe Minister. As soon as Parliament got to work Lord Randolph aurprised tbe government and the Conservative party by attacking tbe extravagance of tbe civil service, especially lu the Judicial department. His charges were fdund to be based on facts; and with a bad grace, Mr. W. H. Smith, the government leader, admitted that there was something in them and after a weak de-fenoe, promised that a reform should be instituted. . HE WORSTED THE QOVERNMKNT. Now it is curious tbst immediately after Lord Kandolph’a slashing attack, delivered in bis moat brilllunt and incisive style, tbst tbe report waa given out that tbe noble Lord would make no further speeches in puhllo for tome months. Tbe mysterious snnoaaoe-meut gave no reasons, and Qo explana; e*«vr*wf it war -iBk«f.'"W hffi fSwaf Uui Dry O«odi F»llitm. KoNvnAK Dees«hfiril--Ohsri«a Mortoa * iwimMU mmm, f were wondering what it meant, lAurd Churchill gave it a point blank denial by rising In nis seat in tbe Hou-ie the other night and delivering a startling philippic against tbe fatuity of the government’s etlort to reiuforoe tbe garrison of Snskim and drive oil tbe Soudanese. This astounded and nearly Uuored the Government, who revealed its weakness and anger by complaining that no no-tiue bad been given of an amendment. Ijord Randolph ahowed the luck of confidence betJiyB' D him and the Government by the atinging reply that had he communicated bis intentions a trick would have been resorted to to prevsnt any disousaion of the subject. Again his action bus had practical effect—the Government at firut doubled, then trebled tbe number of reinforoa-ments ordered to duakim. Lord Randolph having proved that even resuoiiai-ble military authorities had advised againai tbe slender force first sent out as wholly inadequate. RANDOLPH COMING TO AMERICA. Now follows tbe remarkable repetition of the mysterious statein 'nt previously given out, but with variations. It is gravely announced that Lord Randolph lihurohiil is to be absent from the country a long time; that his nhysicians have advised, nay, ordered him to uke a aea voyage for the benefitof hia health, and that he will sail auun for America, visiting the Pacific Coast. The explanation vouchsafed here is as surprising as the announcement. Although hia Lordsliip’s health haaalwuys been delicate, it waa not known that it bad become impaired of late. Hia forensic ei'.orts had stiowu no signs of weakness, His personal appearance and demeanor have given no cause of appre-beuMion to bis irienda. “Now Rnndy la all right,” say his frienda; but ibsre ia a marked desire on the part of tbe ministry and Tories, for whom he Is a marplot,'to vet rid of him. What these reports, symptoms of their discomfiture and their desire, portend, no one seems to know, but no one would be surprised, wught by experience, to behold tbe raah voting man making another raid upon the conservative ranks and shaking them up again. Uii purpose in all tble is Inscrutable; but he has undeniably gained great power and carried Joy to the opposition as It baa spread dismay strong the minleterlel ranks. NARROWING DOWN. The PresBecta For ■ Bepahllraa Mii-Jorltjr lu CongrcM. Wasrinotok, December 8.—Aa tha offlolal count in tbe Congresaional dls-trlcta ara balng finished, the liepublinan majority in the next House narro we down eonalderably. Instead of seven majority, aa was oUlmad last waak, tba Repnblloana now only olalin three, while tbe Democnits will not oonoede mora than ona. Should the mi^oriiy lie tha latter figure, a minority aould rula tbe tiouaa on nearly every oooa- HEAR THIS JERSEY TALK. The Democmtfc Laglslatuiw To Elect a Bapublioan Menatar. Nbw York, Decembar 8.—An Important conferenoo waa bold this aftarnoon at the Metropolitan Hotel, In this city, of the Democratic members of tbe New Jersey Legislature. A rumor has leaked out in connection with this meeting and which la basad upon good authority, that although the New Jersey Legislature is Democratic on Joint Ballot, yet a Republican Senator will be elected to succeed the preaeat Democratic incumbent. ^ A MAD TEXAN Congressman Martin Slugs Washington Reporter. Martin Is the Man Who Tried To Drink Prom the Fire Extinguisher and Set His Watch ' By Btreet-car Faro Registers. Washutotok, December 8.—An exciting and puglUettQ aacoualer occurred at the Capitol tbls afterauoQ, betwesn an irate CoDgresiman and a reporter on a local newv paper. Tbe Congressman was Major Martin, of Texas. This is bU first term In Congress, and wben he arrived here last winter on^ night he olew out the gas In bis room at tbs hotel and came near dying.    ^ It was also obarged that be was caught endeavoring to drlufc out of the glass fire extinguishers, and also with trying to set his watch by fare registers in street cars. These little idiosyncracies were duly reported In one of tbe local papers by George IL Harrier, an enterprisiug Faber thover. The Major became very indignant at Harrier, but resiralued himself. Today, so the story goes, tbe Major and a correspondent named Durham were at tbe Capitol together, when Harrier passed by. “There goes tbe man that blew out the gas,” remarked the Major. Harrier overheard IL and stopping, said; “No. Major, yon were the man.” This was too much for the Congressman, and liiunchiugout Ills right it met the corre-spoiKleni’s face above the mouth and first blood was allowed the Major. Harrier recovered hlnistdf and made a rush for bis assailant, when llio latter made a motion as If lo draw a weapon. Dnrliam here Interfered and stopped the difficulty. Harrier, It U Aiid tonight, will have his osiallaut arrested for assault- A KENTUCKY FIGHT. ifwe Tathera and Two Bona Come Together With illuody Results. Louisville, December Tbe news of a bloody tragedy lu Metoalf County, last Tuesday, reached here today. James De-Mum brum, accompanied by his son, while walking along the road was shot by “Zacit” V^'aikup. Wulkup'i son then attacked the wounded man with a haumet, when De-Mumbrum’s son came to the rescue with a loug knife, severely wounding both the Walknpa DeMumbrum'died yesterday and his murderers were arrested. Youug Walkup Is probably fatally Injured. HARD ON THEM. Railway Mall People Come Coder Civil Bervire Bulre. ■WA.SHIXOTON, December 8.—Postmaster-General Dickinson at a late hour tbls afternoon glgnod au onler placing tbs railway mallMrvlcf under civil service rules. The only officials exenapted ars the Ueneral-Buperlnleodentaand their assistants. A YALE STUDENT. Son of Hotel Man Willard, of Washington, Fatally Ilnrt. BnrnokPOBr. Covn., December 8.—Walter and Edward Willard, tons of C G Willard of W'ashington, D. 0.. who are students at Yale, today endeavored to board a freight train at Ea^t Brld'/eport. In Jumping, Walter fell b^-ne-ath the car wlxtels, having bnih legs and an arm badly crushed. One leg waa amputated. SAVED MILLIONS. One of the Economical Acts of Clere-land's Administration. Wabhimotok, December H.—Under the olr-onlar of April 17, Secretary Fairchild has purchased bonds amounting to gJ9.U>( 050, for which 9 8.4.'6.too 52 were .paid tu premiums, mitklug the total cost of the bonds 9117,450.-45«.ña.-Bv mnRlng these purchases now Instead or waiting until the bonds matured, ths Uoverumeut saved In Interest 9.7,104,74(1 48. A $30,000 FEE. The Modeet llutro of Robert Garrett's Physlelan. Baltiiiori, December a—DY. Nathan Oor-ten has brought suit agalnit Robert Garrett to recover tblrty thousand dollars, being tbe value of bis profcisloual servlees during his trip abroad with the Garrett party. Fatal Exploaiun ,on a Yacht. PROTiDEwrE, II 1., Deoember 8.—While the ■team yacht 8a.v When waa olT Ho;>e Island, this afternoon, a steam pipe ei^ploded. fatally Injuring Gharlcs Nuwinan, the IlMmsn, and Mrlously burning George Uoruiu, the engineer. W«M»I Hats Go Up In Price. RoeroK, Decoroberl—At a meeting of the Eastern Wool Hetters’ As»oplatlba today, It waa voted to raise the price of wool haU fifty eeoUadotcD. Parduii Atran Ohioan. WAsni.tüToN, Deoember 8.—Tba Pres-ipent today commutod tbe aantenee of Sion, aa It would be an Imp^lbilUy for    u>    three In tbeoM oí Richard tbe Republicana to bave all iheir mein-1 bera on band reculariv. and tha an-akcr ! Halligan, of Ohio. bers on band reguiarty, aud the ip^^aker would have to vote on every pariy queatUm to carry It. Many oootiiig«*ii-uiea loom up abouid th) majority bes« cloee, and death intgbt ebange the ata tuo. Tble oieeeneee, bowerer. dottbtedly rvauU in an Mira MMion so that tbe Republlcane ean oraubw tbe Houaa and unseat several of tbe minor. Ity lo make tbelr bold more ■eeturp- A Convict Rilled. CotoVBOS, Dvoember E—Clark Oors at-itrapted to escape from the prison. Re was discovered on a higb roof, and refusing to come dawn thr boss wm turned oa blm. It kuoekad him off aud killed blm. »eoirki UfMi 1» Chitnita» Demmb# E-Fregamuine for HgbR«tKM fur ^ eompimeeditaewielAl*w»ed on cbristiRM Bve. firm bfffittgfi’ltmM of tM oMfii» tav«« the A Copper Truat ihat Down. Anaoonus, Mokt., Deaember E-Tbe Copper Tftaat has feeead tbe shutAewnot the ABMMfia Ululof    Abwt    itw laj^ldla Itow 0H» itwr GOOD-BYE, CANAL. it Will Be Made a Grand Boulevard, “With An Immense Hailroad Tunnel Undernnath. An Asphalt Drive 170 Feet Wide and a 70-Foot Tunnel Prom Sycamore Street to Cnm-mlnsville—The Bill All Ready. ‘j There 1s a most enjoyable surprise in ■tore for the citizens of Cincinnati. In Represf'ntative Jack Hart’s inside pocket is safely stowed a bill to be presented Immediately on tbe opening of tbe Legislature. Tbe bill is nothing other than a provision for the condeinnation of that blde-ous-stinklng, eye-sore, tbe Miami Canal. It further contemplates a transformation which will excel anything ever known in tbe history of our city. In short, tue canal is to be abandoned and transformed into a magnificent boulevard from Sycamore street to ibe corporation Hue beyond Cuminin<<ville. Nor is this ail. The bed of the canal, instead of being titled in, will be widened to a width of seventy feet and covered witb a half arch of masonry and iron.    • Tbis tnnnel is to ba ntilized as an entrance to the cuy—above high-water mark- for all the Western railroads running into tbe city. Both up-town freight and passenger trains will enter here. Freights will l>e switched o7 on sidetracks in front of the heaviest shipoera, while a grand nnibn ptssengor depot will be erected between Vine and Sycamore streets. The water of the canal will be turned Into Mlllcreek, which will be so altered as to form a canal and admit of canal boats landing as far down as tbe mouth of the creek at the Ohio river. Prumatio lights and ventilators will be placed two to every aqaare. The surface of the boulevard will be of asphalt and 170 feet in width from house to house, from Bycamore to Liberty, and above Liberty 130 feet in width. The sidewalks will be widened, parked and set out with shade trees, thus making It one of if not the grandest drfvea aud'thoroughfares in tbe country, for It will not be long^ before it will be lined with buildings of such architectural grandeur as will make it the envy of Chicago’s Michigan avenue, Cleveland’s Euclid avenue, and equally celebrated Btreeu of other cities. The present miserable approaches to the canal will be leveled down, and the raga, stones, brick piles and such ad-sightly objects as now grace the thoroughfare will be removed. Tbe oanal is now tbe property of the State, but the bill provides for its transfer to the. city provided Mlllcreek Is caanged. About $1,0(10,000 will be appropriated with which to Bttect the Improvement, part of' which will be asitessed upon abutting property, wliich can well afford to pay in view of the euhanced value of their property in consequence. The railroads will be charged an annual rental for tbe use of the tracks in the tunnel, and tbis of itself will make it a'paying investment for tba city. The property owners have already demonstrated their interest in the matter by volunteer contributions. It la estimated that at least $000,000 has already been promised. Tha benefit to Musie Hall and the College of Music would be greau The Clncianati Hospital would also be greatly benefilted. Among the firms who have taken an active interoat in the framing of tbe bill, and bave signified their wtllingness to (Hiniribute llberaliy toward the success of the measure are Alms A Doepke, Lion Brewery, Gerke Brewing Co., T. T. Hay-dook Co., Rape Urot. A Kuegeman, Samuel W. 'frost, Strobridge Lithographing Co., John Sbillto Co., William Cltilord Neil, U. Goepper A Co., HuonewellA (Jo., George Keif A Co. U. F. Bush A Co., Leo Brigel A Co., Cincinnati Ice Co., H. U. Wiggers, John Hauok Brewing Co., L. A. Btrobei A Co., Heushaw A Co. and many others. WHO FIRED THE SHOTS! NegrocN Fl^kt Over m Game ef Craps at New and Broadway. About It o'cloek last night a number of negroM cougregated in WwieudorCt mIoou, Nsw aud Broadway, aud got idtu a dispute over a game of orupe. KuIvm aud platola were drawn. Twe ebuu were fired, and I'obtds Gvenun, eiaployed in tbe pipe works at Addyston, U., waa struck by botb of tbrm. Doe of lbs balls etruek him In tbe rtgbt tbigb and the otber In tbe left bip. jixelttaernr tbe weundeare very dangeroue. Tbe wounded man w ts ukea to tbe Hospital by Patrol Nok E Who flrod tbe ebols no one eeeius to know, bnt Fred Irnuy, of 16 Kaei Heveuita aireetb and Turner lAcey, of 79 I'Ast Math street, were arrmled on eaaplcioa. George Swan was arrested (or carrying coo-cealsid weapuoA AU tbe parues am negroes. TINKLER’S GIRL Tlllle Beler Kspwetod Homo Boday Prom Her Forolpw Trip. Tlllla Meier, the yoonc girl who went to Knglaud with Tinkler the forger, is expected home today, from Mew York. Tbe young Mian arrived from Londoa the day before yeaterday and wae met by h'tr brother who aooompaiiled her home. It iaeald Tillle affecte great ooo-trliloo and dwpiy regrets her raah oiep. Bhe w relied upnit aa one of tbd prinol-pal witiieesee «galuat 1'lnklgr Tneo hie trial ooeuim Tha youBf forger ta stUl in lAnden. where Ueteetlye Qeone Bfltta and Teller leiBfoyi #f the OUtMB»* ptakf have «Kivfid. BARKS LIKE A DOG. Horriliie and Brnutl Treatment Of a Boy Urivee Him Crasy. St. Locu, Deeember 1—Willie Matres, while following tbe dog-catcber’s wagon one day last summer, was laasoed by one of the men and thrown Into tbe wagon. After being carried several blocks be was roughly «Jeeied. He la now a groveling imbecile, subject to hreqneot spasms, daring which be barks and wbinei like a dog. Effbrtsare be-lug made to arrest the perpetrators of this act WHERE IS EYANS? Revolution of Public Sentiment Toward Him. Was He Railroaded In That Star Chamber Trial?—Fears That He Has Suicided, As He Can Not Bo Found. There appears to be a revolution of sentiment on Mt. Adams toward Prof. Cnarlae Evans, tbe expelled priuclpal of the 'I'blrd District Wchooi, and many expressions of dissatisfaction as to tbe star chamber trial, wtalob resulted In Evans’expulsion, are being heard. Mr. Wm. Hopkins, ex-member of tbeSobool Board, made a most earnest appeal to be allowed to be present at the investigation m tbe representative of Evans, but was refused. He says that Evans has been principal fifteen .rears and bas never before a<ued oiber-wise than with the utmoít decorum. He waa loved by bis pupHiand all tbe teachers save one, who has taken especial ' pains to parade his opinions, prejudiced by a desire for notoriety, before the public. This peism waa at one time a music teacher In tfie schools, but was expelled, after wblob he dexeried hia family toward wnom Evaus acted as counsellor and benefactor' until be returned end begxed his wife to take him back again afaw mouths ago. This accuser chantes Evans with pleylng poker, yet he Is himself one of the most notorious poker fiends In the city. Evans Is a man of very nervous temperament aud very scnsatlve. The da.v following the exposure he left tiome, and with theex-ocptloD of his letter of resigiiailon frota Kprlngffeid, has never been heard from. His wife Is almost distracted with grief and apprehenslou. having made Inquiry of every relative and frto'id to whom her husband could go without receiving any tiding# of him. Before leaving Evane remarked: “A roan ts powerless against tne accusation of a woman or a child.” It is feared he has taken his life while laboring under tits terrinle humiliation. Au e tort will be made to have the case reopened and the defendant given a chance to ?ire»ent evidence In bis defense. If he can be ound. TWO CASES In the Coarts Of Hare Thaw Ordinary Interest. •An amendad petition was filed yesterday in tba case of Franciaka Fillner against Ernst Fillnor. The paper alleges that they were married in 1873 and aeparated by agreement in 1883, at which time they agreed to a division of tiieir property, which would be about $lfi,(M)0 to each. The amended petition tets up the fact that the defendant has concealed from tbe appraisers stocks worth at least $2.500 deposited in the Second National ^nk of Parkersburg, W. Vs., which not counted. Ed Roth and the Metroplltan. Baulk. The big suit which was foreshadowed by the Tklesram by George Gerke. against E. N. Roth, one of the directors of tbe late Metropolitan Bank, besides being a prominent business man, was filed yeaierday afternoon. Tbe petition recites in mlnuitla in detail the relation of Roth lo the syndicate composed of William Me»ns, John R. Dei'amp, E. N. Kolb, George K. Duckworth, John V. Ijewis and the plaintiil, and even reciiea a contest reading; “We, tbe joint and equal owners of 485 shares of capital stock of the Metropolitan National Bank of Clncin- nalf, Increased to $1,000,1)00, hereby ap- ‘lold point William Means as Trustee to h( (he same in his name and dispose of the same as may be agreed by a majority of the trustees’, and may purchase and sell such additional capital stock as they or a majoriiv of them may deem to be best for the Interests of tbe trustees.” Tbe petition accuses Roth of technically violating the provisions of tbe trust by buying stock at dl erent prices, on’til December 17, 1887. There was an •quai pro raU ditirlbu-tion of sbarei between Mean*. Decamp, Roth, Duékworth and the plainli ', and each got a certificate from tb# bank. J. V. L wla, however, withdrew. Aft»r the dlstrlouilon Means held 616 shares in which Means, Decamp, Roth. Duckworth and plaintiff were aqualiy inter-•Hted. After December 17. 18»7, Iwlng unable to discount Means’ paper aa trustee to pav for sharM then on lh« market, it was agreed that' all atoek bought should go to plaintiff. Tbe petition elalma that there le still due from Roth $21,065. HAYTI PUTS UP Three Hundred Tbonannd Rollare for riring On a I). B. Veeeel. ■Waíhimoto-v, Deeember 1—A dlipateh re eclved here toetght lays It U rumored thet the Havtlcn Oovernmeut has put up|9uO,(XIO to cover damagee to the U. K ateauuhlp, the Baytlen flepnblte. Cfottlng tho Tarrlflf Bill lu Shape. Wabminoton, December t.—Tbe Sen-ete Tariff Oommltiee today gave a hearing to John Jarrell, of Pittsburg, who talked of tin plete, and Jemee M. Swenk of tbe Iron and aied aaeooiatlon. I.euere and telegrama asking that daiee be se\ for bearinga are ponring in on the a aa tnough the ooinmlttee. and it looks ^    . blit will be through tbe Senate before all ona be beard. Ijet ’Em Come to ClnnlnaatL CniOAao, December I.-It larnmoied that trouble la brewing HetweMt the railroads and the lire etock induitry, erdwlng out of a aew. •yiteni of welablng etocke at tne rbatea Milppere eompkln of vesaiioue dviar* aad oonputin oi Yrsisiiuua tbfeeMoto eeek other markete for tbelr etoetr. 13ie Mew Intbor Oommtwlouera. PHJpiUiw. DesBiber l-.Cbarlei LleM» inM.foe K. of Ulemeury. vfH probaMy fee Oomsomeaiiret Lhfear by I'te## Cfofee' ka«l4urltiit yov^wt^ sliifo aM llUkU)«. fet * •fi:

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