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M?. EXCITING- ADVENTURES OF GOV. FLOWER IN CHICAGO. ,:xrS 1
: A MARTIN SCHEME,
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Absentee Voters to Ite Personated
' at the Polls by Colonizers.
Alleged Real Meaning of the House
to House Canvass.
Democratic SIanu;rers ou the Alert
to Prevent Fraudulent Voting.
borne ot the Democratic managers la up
town districts claim to buvo discovered tbe
true Inwardness ot tUe bouso to house can
y ass that la now being made by agents or tlio
Cbtet Federal Supervisor of Llections John
I.Davenport. As has becoino well known,
a men lu the buIbo ot 1'edrrul election upei-
Tlsors are calling at boilses and uui nenls,
I wbore they make many Inquiries regarding
" the men uf the households, particular!) as to
their politics. Tin) bavo obtilned the de-
aired Inloimiitlou In many Instances front
IT "women and children, servants and Jiittllors,
' while In other case, where the) liavti founu
the man or the house at home, Impertinent
querists have been kicked out or door.
1 ho avowed object ot this catechetical vl-d-
1 tatlouls to detect and punish any attempts
J at Illegal registration. 'I he sincerity or this
j LlMm Is made questionable, however, bv tlii
X li variable nttemp" tolcatn whethei th vottr
2 ulioitt whom inqohv U i.tade Is n Demoirut
3 it a KepuKllLnn, h tuai Ii.et inuld luonn
K legal beailiiK ou f wau rU'kt to irgisier.itnd
n la matter intu union iiiu lciltnl "-ujiet-.,
Mj014 hnu noiljjhtlu iikjuiic.
a liopubllcnti ncnspjpeis atd inaiugers have
i done all In their ikiaci to aid tins Daveninn.
T -Martin rainaEH bj cijiutr that I Ley have ilis-
" cuvriel glsuntls pints mi rmudulont regit.
1 nation. "Kxatulne the Hexlsti Lists" they
reiterate In capital letters.
It Is nun hssened lhat tlin ic.U object o
the ltcpubllcau leaders Is to nctitalu t'j this
caniss the names ubd r(ldenrts and all
ailulnaMclnloiMdtloii legal un otci i. who,
hv icat.011 (it ab-ciiie Mom tliu clt), tle,ness
oi other eaune ulll not be ublu 01 uia neglect
lben, theDemtKiiitlc leuatis assert, It Is
tUo inunll.n or Pate ilat tin and the other
llppuijllcaii uiauagers to w.ttc h the teglstry
lists' and on the last Ua or itglstiatluu to
hate llepuhllt-au Loloalns pconate ullho
reglstiy ofllt.es eoty voter whose mime Is
nfittin tl.ellstriAniniho is not likely lu be
on huud hlmeir.
It In almost needless to add that evury
, name thus gotten on th registry lists will bo
( voted enrlj on flection inoiuin.'.
( '1 lils plan, It has been learned, baa been
t ft wurktd with great success by "lime" Mai-
tlii'buanirsln 1'bllkdclphia, and Deuioctatlo
,i limuajttrs believe It Is to lw attempted ou a
' large sialo In hew ork Ills Jtai. In tlio
i uptown Ulstrlcts, where the population has
m Increased so rapldty In the last two years,
1 SI the) reckon that tbo lleiuoetallc captilu's
S taunot peraonaio know all the voters lu
! their election districts and, the si heme, they ,
think, can lw pructlsed saltly audsuecesv
careless talk by blbulutis cinvassers has
revealed the plot In time, and measuics have
11 been taken which, It Is practlcully tortalli,
V will lodge In Jail any ould-ho colonizer v ho
m nttemptH to peronuto u genulno voter.
Demoiratlo leaders kuv the mil heed the
Itepubllcan crv to''tch the registry lists."
to thedlbcomtltuioot Hrtlu and his beelei s. I
f H -
I Gladiolus Narrowly Eacapos De-
i Btruotlon. I
Tho IlrltlsU steamer (iladlolus has anlved
i here almost completely dismantled by a
) i I U frightful hui i icano encountered Sept. U last
' H tin her trl irom 111 emeu, beconil nnicer
'edo'snrii nut legs Here broken and James
Jlann.ahaiioi. wusmlurtd internally by one
) i the wnves that swlU uver lhovest.il. i
' A Piano. Playinu Dout.
. A pHno-playliig; bout Is in pioyress uvdaj
A "t iluber'ii Museum, In rnuileenlh street, be-
K i(cu Ada Melville nnd J. il. Wnlorburj.!
m I"" started In nt u o'clock tills morning, and
m iueplayr who pounds the ivories tun longest
Mil mkes bo breaks ror rest up to midnight
' I: J! . rc"'vc esoo and a diamond medal Irom
i uclereo Jlonroo U. ltoscufcld.t he eont-wrlter, ,
NO VOTING BY MANDAMUS.
Parts' Lenders DIscuas the Court of
Appeals' Latest Ruling-.
An Ktenino Wokid reporter has made
Inquiries at both Democratic and HcpuUtcan
btate Headquarters what tho committees
would do now to protect their voters In casu
their ballots were rejected by the I.lectlon
Inspectors, the Court ot Appeals having de
cided that mandamuses to compel tho accept
anco of votes cannot be legally Issued on
Llectlon Da, it being a holiday.
'l ho report ot the decision or the Court ot
Appeals, with comments thereon by .lustlco
Beach and other eminent Jurists, wob pub
lished exclusively In The Kv evino Wont d r
Sporting ilxtra 1 bursday afternoon and re-
proJuced In this morning's papers.
Meut..Gov. hhccbati stld to tho roporter
that the matter was being looked Into.
Ho nad not examined the decision sum
clently to express an opinion. i
Chairman llackett said theto was nothing I
to do but to obey tho decision of tho courts.
He thought, however, that no In.-pcclor would .
I reject tho vole of a qualltled voter.
' Politicians say that tho decision will have'
little effect on tho general result. If it is re
! garded as giving tho Inspectors lu this city
and other Democratic strongholds more Utl
tudo In tho cxcrclso of their Juagment aslui
accenting votes, that advantage la orset In
tb country, where tho Election Doaida ore '
mostly Itepubllcan. i
The (lllllnok In llanarrtleut.
Deputy commissioner or l'ubllo Works'
Maurice Ilolahan. who has been stumping
Connecticut and th Interior or ew York
Htate, culled on Chairman Dickinson to-day
to tell hluLhow he found things lu tne Nut
meg State and in Isuw oik. .Mi. Ilolahan
" I don't believe that the Kcpubllcans tan
possibly carry Connecticut, 'lho jemtxracy
are making state Issue very prominent In
their campaign, and the) ure winning igrrat
man) voles irom tho Iteptilillcans. Tlio De
mocracy Is united on tho l'resldontlal nud
Plato tickets. .Mr. Cleveland will get a great
many Itepubllcan votes.
A tar as ew Yoi k is concerned, I 1 egard
It as pcriectly hate. I cannot concolvo how a
moro perfect organization could be pcrrecled
than that or the Democracy. VVowllletnp
ltcpubllcau colonization. They can't keep up
their Infamous work of tour ycats ago.
' 1 think lhat you will see by net week that
tho Kcpubllcans will practical!) abandon ull
hope or earning New York nnd vlll ccaMi
tin Ir efforts and turn thtlr attention tuaomo
other state. I rcgnrd -Mr. Cleveland's elec
tion now us Inevitable. Ills plurality in New
York will bo larger than 1 lower's last year."
Itrlulit l'ritrrri4 Tor Clrvrlaud
other predictions were made tc-daj as lol-'
Howard J. Thompson, son ol tho lain John
(1. Thompson, ror mini) sears the Dcinociatlr,
lcndi r or Ohio, said : "I nrmly bellevo New
ork Is going Democratic by 4(,ooo ma
jorit)." Ji.t'orporatlon Counsel Honry It Deck
man 1'iom lororinallon which I have re
ceived from all parts ol the Htate It Is safe for .
.Mr. Cleveland by at least 40,000 majority.
ritOVI lll.AIM'.'H OWN Ml'rt.
Nlarlrs that llr Will Make 'nniniilK"
Miercbrs Are t'vuirudli-teil.
Mr. Blaluo ha3 been so much unno)ed by
the false reports given at Ilcpnbllcan head
(iiaitcis totho cITect that he would make
spetchesfur Ilanlson thnt he has been com
pelled to make public denial or the same.
Mr. lllslne's friends say that the ltepiibll.
can National roinnlttce has teen tr)lng to
make political capital b) using Uutlne's
mime, uud they aroglad the ex-btcrctarj lias
nut n stop toll.
It Is said lhat there Is no more foundation
In tbo story mat (;uny will assist In the cam
paign than there was in the icporl ihut
ill alne w ouid speak.
Jtttlonol commltleeniau "Joe" Ilanley,
who said jesterda) that Mr. lllalne nut lit
speak, ueclarod this morning lhat Mr. lllalne
might reuulu lu the tltyior another week,
so uianv lake repoits regarding liUlno have
been klven out at hindquarters that all
htateinonts coming Irntn there ait! taktu at u
dlocoiuil In political t Irclcs.
SOOIAM.hTk AT U.MON xtjlIAKK.
l'raparatloua lor Hie Ma.o-MeetliiK lu
He III Id Thiro This livcnlnx.
About forty labor organizations, mostly
nmilated with tho Central labor Federation
and the United Hebrew Trades Vnlons, to
gether with the members or 23 District
Assembly organizations nnd campaign clubs
will atteua to-nlghl's rntltlcailon meeting ot
tbe Socialist Labor part) on I'olon Square.
Charles II. Malchett, candidate lor Mce
ri evident or the party, will preside at the
tottage, and ther will be two additional
platlorms on 1-ourth avenue and llrcadwoy
Among the speakers announced are: II. Ii.
salisbiiD, Heury (Uyn, ltulen banlal, A.
.lonas, A. Cuban, K. h. 'ihomas, Howard
Ualkam and several othtrs. ,
I uki,ii:vi; it ih a ni.rpi'.
I UriiineralM Doubt the Truth ol Churarx
! AHnlnm Albmiy OlllrluU.
Nothing Is known at Democratic htate
Headquarters about tbo ullegeJ arrest lu
Albany by Dave Martin's men or Democratic
election Inspectors on tbe charge ol plotting
a (Olonlrotlon scheme,
p The Democratic ccmuiUteo docs not doubt
I that tho arrets were made, but regards tbem
lis a bluff aid believes that It will to round
that there Is nothing lu the charges.
Found Unconscious In Bed.
I George Weldntr, aged thirty -cUM.
laborer living at Livingston Mreet,was
round uuconsciois In bed at 7 o'clock this
morning. He was taken to uouverneur Uos-1
, pltak I
,i , k. i
CAUGHT IN A GILDED JOINT.
Pretty Opium Smokers in Jeffer
son Market Court
Tliey (Set OfT with Kmci, but the
Keeper la Held for Trial.
Iho rrou-frouof BllksklitR and the Hash or
diamonds added to the brilliancy or ibollv.
Ing bouquet gathered by the police last night
lor tho delectation of Justlcultjan in the
Jefferson Market Court to-day.
SK shapely young women, n 1th dark circles
under their eyes, and one not so shapely by
reason of too much ol adlposo tissue, leaned
against tlio lion rail, and waltod their tin n to
faro the Justice onachargo ot vvnolng tbe
dreamy muse In nn opium Joint at Ills ost
1 hlrt) -second htrcet.
The stout lady was Mrs. Josephine Illplty,
tbe ullec.td proi rletiets of the place. Thero
wero two other people who wore not so con
spicuous as the tiro women lu black-silk and
They kept back In tbo shadow or the bin
doorway that li ads to tho cells. One was a
' rea-hca-led niau, who needed a shave, and i
his companlojnwas a sleek-looking gentleman I
with a pair orrerhlgh shoulders. I
Tho originators ol the gathering were also
present lu the persons or I'ollco cant. O'Con
nor and Detectives .Madden, ltcllly and bum
van, otthe leuderloln l'reclnct, who swooped
-down noon No. i:iu about midnight last night.
'the Jnlut makes some pi elt'iiblnng or being
fashlonublo, audit was hoped that the raid
vrould result In the capture ni a greater num
bei oi babttuei than was lound there.
Ibelnfoimatlon under wnlcb the raid was
made came from two Inmates or tLe bouse,
klttv ITIco nnd Nellie .lesson b) name.
both girls nre uudtr age and still retain
trares m maidenly beauty. They are nat
urally blondes, und their big blue eves wero
red with weepliw this morning.
capu O'Connor bnmgui them along with
the rest, together with three pipes, two in)
outs nnd a pound of opium which were round
all prepared ror business.
when their turn came the octet lined up
bciore the Justice. Kitty and Nelllo were
questloue I first.
The) admitted their shortcomings, but
begged to be allowed to go to some Instltu.
tlou lor the reformation or women.
'lhey were, they said, tired ot the lllo,
which tbey were convinced offered nothing
but misery and degradation.
1 hey pleaded so haul that Justice llyan's
heart was softened. He sent Nelllo to the
House ot Merc) ror six months and Kilty to
the House ot tho uoni bhepherd lor tho
same length ot time.
1 lie other women shot augry glances at the
pair as the) wt re led mu). but thero was it
noticeable brightening up oi tbe lustreless
e)esof tbo remaining four when they were
allowed to go ou payment of a $.1 line each.
1 be red-headed man who was said to be
the " dopo cook" ror the establishment, and
the blgh-shouldered gentlemen were dis
charged. Mrs. ltlpley was held In $.100 ball for trial
Oct. :!.' ou tbe churge or keeping a disreputa
ble hi use.
Hall was given by Ann Fllza do lisets, n
very Rejiieel nnd pretty woman, who gave
her address as ".17 Kast one Hundred and
FROM CAPE MAY TO QUAKER CITY
UdOtlnsr of Citizens Called in Favor
of a New Railroad.
Hit AiiocuTro mint.)
cm Mav, Oct. yi A call was issued to-
da) for a mav.-mecl!Dg at Goshen, tbls
count), on Thursday next, at which Lotjan
M. llutlttt, of Philadelphia ; Judge Howard
Carrow, ot Camden, and ex-collectoi James i
K. Taylor, ot Cape May, will uddicss thocltl-l
ens on a preposition to build n nt w lallroad '
to Cape May Irom l'hlladelphla, running
tbrouuh ibo bavsldo of tho coiinilis of Cape
Ma) and Cumberland.
It is understood that the mad, If completed,
will ho operated b) the Heading and con.
trolled by tho Norrol and Western, and that
It will connect with Hie New Jirse) Southern
ut Lundlsvlllr, Cumberland count).
Engineer and Fireman Will Die,
i f.rnT1' .
HiMiNiiTON. Ind., Oct. "?. U lellei's. on
the Chicago nnd Krlo road last night, a; Well s-j-nrgoexir
ss train was wrecked by an open
switch. J-ulneer Dand Frederick and Un
man Johu Meu weru latall) Injured.
Food Show Not to Open funday, j
'1 he l'ood Exposition at MadUon Square Car
don will not be open bunday, as man) people
had anticipated. 'Iho quest Ion was decided by ,
voteol the exhibitors, bclul has arranged
an attractive programme lor tbls attcrnooti
aud evening, and .viUs i'arlou will lecture on
Mother and Babe Had Small-Pox. I
Maiy 'tcln, aged twenty-torn, and hir
thiee-months-cld child, Dcboiah, were round
this morning at ."DO Kast 1 irellth street, suf.
feilngirom nnall-pox. lhey vteie lemoved
to.Soith Hrother island.
Fe.l und Erolio His Skull,
WUlIo viewing the llrookljn coliiutblau
parade f i om a wagon near the eutrauco ot
I'roswcl rarl:. Thomas Dam, foriy.fout
years old, or .IsUM. .Mark'e avenue, fell und
sustained a (ractuie or the skull. He was
HcniEPrca Bvto. Co, his bn brlnf for CO
ytsr,tBd i cottliui by Intreitd mttttixU. ,
"Tt" rfhYriaaiaSieaf,ttiayii'1hTnfT T'f
VITRIOL THROWER IS HELD.
Sobmidt's Tliree Viotim; Able to
Appear Against Him.
Tho Stories Told In Court ty Ills
Heury Schmidt, ot 'JO'J stautou Btieet, au
extra conductor ciniilo) eil ou fio seventh
avenue burrace Itallroad, was airalgutd bo
forti Justice Talntor, 111 orkvlllo Court this
morning, and held In Sl.OUU bull for exami
nation next Monday on the chaigoot mall
clnnsly throwing vitriol Into tho laces or
thiec or his rellow-conduclors during n quar
rel In front or the car stables nt I llllctli
street and beventh avenue last evening.
Tho three men who weie binned by the
acid were all la court this morning. Accord
ing to their story James I ) ons, an extra con
ductor, who lives at bO Nassau street, Brook
lyn, approached bcbmldt and begun guying
him upon bis nationality, and appl) Ing to
him several opprobrious epithets.
Michael Qrabam, another conductor, who
lives at 330 West Fort)-nlnth street, stood
I directly behind Lyons, and James Trcanor,
also a conuuetor, living at oj." (irccnwlch
striet, Mood at one side.
Schmidt, whd is exceptionally Irrl'.ablo and
qulck-tcmpred, began to niovu about nerv
ously, while Lyons continued bis tirade.
Suddenly Schmidt wheeled and, drawing a
halt-pint bottle from bis potkot, threw thu
contents directly at I yons, who dodted, and
tbe major portlun or tho fluid struck tbe face
(iraham fell to the ground crying, "I'm
burned, I'm blind; It's vitriol." ,
tiraham was wiping tbo ucld from his e)cs
when picked up, und his handkerchlel was
burned full oi holes as If peiioraicd with
He was taken to the drug store at Fifty
second street and Broadwuy, wiuio soo bin
lotions wero applied, niter which he was scut ,
In court this morning his face presented a
frlihttul appearance, ills left eye was .
swollen and almost closed. Ills Right, how-1
ever, was not permanently Inluied.
Lj ons, tor whom tbe acid wac Intended,
escaptd with alewsevere burns, und 'luanoi
had onl) one small mark on his left cheek,
where a stray tlMp of vitriol hid struck him.
bclimldtatlcmpted to cocape litter lluow
Ing the acid, but was caught b l'atrolin hi
1 rands Mallon und taken to thu West 1 ort)
seventh street statlos.
(iraham'H cap was destroyed, nnd It Is said
that the cuitalns ou the windows or tlio
starter's ofllcu wero burned full of holes uml
tun paint on tbe side or the building scoi died
bcnmtdt has lx en II the employ ot the com
pau) only a little over two mouths, but
during that time has sutcteded In getting
hlmsiit disliked by ibe other employees who
charge him with being a swindler.
In connection with his duties as conductor
Schmidt sold watches to li s icllow-wnrkmen,
and, Lyons sa), disposed or pawn tickets ror
good-sized sums, which represented almost
One- ut hts alleged victims was I'hlltp heau,
a driver, or uu Allen street. About a weuk
ago Hchuildl and Keau engaged lu n light.
bchiulJt was norsled, and Keau wai ills
chaiged on Hcluuldt's lepresentultlon that It
whs ull Kcan'H lault.
Ktau continued to hang around the stable,
and It Is said never missed au oppo tunny to
thunt and abuse Hcbinhlt, who declared liiai
he leurtd another assault.
It wis to protect blmsoir, he sajs, that he
bouglit the vitriol, atlirhaving bien relusi'.l
leriiilsslou by the Cpmpau) to ciirr) a rovol.
1 he label ou the bottle, tho fragments of
which were gathered b) I'airnlii.nii Vlslloii,
sbuw tbut It was putc.iasid at tlicciwinc.
iiolltan l'harmac) , eorner ttlv In jton and W 11
Ictt streets I
1iuls A. Mitchell, another cnducioi, ium
In coui I as a witness and n ivs th it bchtnlilt '
told Ium uwiekago he had tint at id In Ida
pocket and meant to use It on the next pit- !
son I bat abused him.
hcliruhlt Is lwciit)-llve yeaisold. about ",
teet in Inches tall und weighs lb,", pnuiids.
Im Is inanlod and llvis with his wile and
three children at UOJ Klanton stieet.
'I here was no onu at I.) on a liouio, nt hO
Nassau street, this mcrnln.'. Neighbors s ud
Mrs. Lyons had gone to n in teinlt) hospital
in New York.
'Iheir children, 11 was Mated, have been
tcatlcrcd urcuna Hidlscrliuiuately.
fitrlte Eettlomnnt Expected.
l T ftt IHTril Pit.!
tut v Xi,tos, Oct. ",! c. (I. Wheeler, cen
tral Munngcr of the (lulf, Colomilo und sau'a
I e road, left foi Chicago this morning. A
(onterence thire between Sei ond i;e-l'res.
dent llobln on und Ml. heeler nltn (Hand
Ciller 'lelegiuplier Itamse) nuatbedil vatieo
Ciiinmlltee. lelative to the lilegiuphers'
si rue on theu)stem, IsexpcCltd torcsiilt In
uu amicable udjustiiiinl.
Hulcldo of a VVould-Do Murderer,
nv afmiitfi mm-1
MiNsEirnn;, Minn, Oct. '.".'. -Anton i-r-peldlng,
alaboret lust evening made an uu
sticeessiul attempt In taltn his wile's life. Ilt
llrcd two shots at policeman Mitchell, who '
tame to arirsi him, and then sunt u bullet
crashing ihtough his onu brain.
Prosperity Causes a Coal Famine.
irr AMnrieTTP inf , i
L'ioikI'as, lex., Oct '.-'! hero Is a coal
tamlne In Northern Mexico, owing to the tre
ineudniis demand ocoaloned by railroad ex
tensions and the deielopincutor the smelt
ing und manufacturing Industries.
aitAOII I'rcr luiurmtrr,
TbSfNnw Parts lo-awrrw wllll iotrr
Jurbr ft&Oo fr Imunutt aul SA a wfrk fur
lUabUltr. it will cuataln a hctt of brllllaut fia.
12 KILLED JT II CELEBRATION.
6ns Pips Filled with Powder Ex
plodes at Los Angeles.
ainny of the Uyatanders Kecelvo Ter
Iiit aaaoniTrn pnr I
I os Abort rs, oc ya At n display ot nrc
works after the columbin ceremonies hero
lust ulgbl a plcco of six-Inch gas.pipo niltd
with powder exploded prematurely and
caused dreadful havoc.
Iho confusion which followed was sogieat
ltwns almost lmpcssiblo to leain tbo lull
extent of the result. ,
ht v en persons, w hose nnmes arc not t to n,
were killed oulrlght or received Injuries from
which they died soon altcrwards.
Ii Is believed that at least flvo others wero
killed or latilly Injured and n number of
others seriously Injured.
A man named Theodore Hnpp was standing
near by holding his two little daughters by
the hand. Both girls weie Instantly killed,
tho sldo of ono oi them being entirely blown
The lollowlng were killed-
FnaNK Vouu, aiail t3lten.
AantTA Coiikv, agi elgtt.
Iilit'lS OlirN, aire t tMalra.
Vll Tim Cahuano, rlicht Ua torn from bvdj
'IwodaJalltarauf Theodore Hatiy
Amon,' tbo wounded are:
llvrnuu Caininel, who wor.a for local lirrworka
inakvr, and ii tujipoped to liavn llrvd tha fatal
bomb Ilia rlgbt Iff vvaa amputated, aud ho will
1 ,1 firltntha, ninataan yaara obi, had tbe Itealt
torn from tin If ft Ion. '
Miko Oiillro, olKliteati, Iia1 I lj rlfftit arm frao
II lliinkor, fifty, receirad Injuria! ttial may
II. J. I.loJ, tlilrtrau, Had lili left ltg abatlrrad.
'Hie first body found was that of a lourteeu
year old newsboy named Frank 1 oid, a piece
ol plpo passed through his bod) . '1 be body or
another boy named Louis oden was found.
SHOOTING IN A DANCE HALL
Two Gamblers Inflict Wounds from
Whioh Both May Die.
1IV AhSOCIATIII lltCBF.1
DxAPwoon, S. 1). Oct. 22. Hank lloberl
sun, a gambler, was shot b) A. ouog, belter
known as "Long bhprty," another gambler,
Hi n quarrel over u garao of cards aud after
wards lu a dauco hall, where both began
Itobt rtson Is shot through the bowels nnd
will ule. "Long bhorty lost aititneb and.
linger and Is dangerously wounded id thu
DIED AFTER A DAY'S SERVICE.
Servant Barbara Suffocated In Her
Dndroom by Gas.
A sen ant glri.cuguged by .Mr. J. It. James,
ot 1HII4 Morris avtnue, at the employment
agency of Mrs. bcl.wirlz, :m last bevent).
third strict, was lounddend In her bedroom
at h.:in this morning, having been buffocaled
Mic was a linhcinlau known us Barbara,
and was onl) hired )esterda).
Tho AmHrlcnn Inet tuto Fair.
After u ttiug.le against tolitmbiw week
and another wtck of dlnortlei the Mnerlcau
Institute Fair Is In good bliaie throughout.
'Iho exhibition bulUIng, nn 'I bird nrcuto
and hlxtv-tblrd striet, Is lull nfattiactlvu
exhibits, und the public will, ns usual, llntl
much In thu i xhliilllon to interest it. ILe
a mls'loii Is mi) '!" u nts meter) part of
the bitllutng. 'Iccio is tuusloi ver) atleruouii
nud evening b) llernatiln's orehesira, and
th' Fair win te open Irom It) lu the muiulng
until It) o'clock at night until Dec. 10.
Chaplain bpr.ngsr Dies, Acad 82 I
trv AfftoctATrit i to
britisni trii), III, Oct ti.'.-llev. Fianclsi
Springer, better known ns thaplaln bprlnger, j
a 1 titbersn lulnMer, and well knoMi lu nil
parisol t.rund Vrni) circles, died last nl.'hl,
ai'ed tight). two.
To Providn lor th Ex'onslon.
Ilontls to the amount of l,r.oo,uoti will be
sold to prtvldu for tlio ixtenslon ol the
Drool. ljn llevnted Itallroad Company Irom
llilrtr-elghtli ureet to Ihlnl avenue and
over Ihliu u venue lnMxt)-llltb streit.
So n VV rrh tor lll.nblllli. I
'Ilia Scmiav I'm a. lo-uiorrow will gitMnavarr
purrliiKr ila a murk fur ilhat l.tty aod VI, Son
act I loot in.urame fr.r M par ami a kot of
brilliant folturt. '.
Tho Popular a'.id Elforal
Vote lor President n 1888 is
Kiven in Tho Po itical Toxt
Book and Voters' Guide com
piled by Tho New York World.
Price ONE DIME. Evejy
voter should have a copy.
SARDINIAN VILLAGERS PERISH.
Disastrous Floods Sweep Away
Dwollings and Oooupant?.
llmnbarK - Amerlrnn Warehouse
lluriietl (iourrul Untile News.
lav aaaoeiATKn rataa 1 i
Cauiiahi, Oot. U. ills believed that tbo
Hoods have been more disastrous In their I
consequences than any thai have ever oc
curred In riardtnla. At SaiuaUaL, four or the
villagers were drowned In the floods
At ban berate and Uarruil a number nt tho I
Inhabitants were drowned, but as yvt tbe
i exact loss or lllo cannot bo ascertained. It is i
believed that when telegraphic communlca.
tlou Is completely roatored tbn loss ol lllo
will be round to bo vory large.
In ban berate and Barrall a number or
bouses cxpoBed to the rushing waters were
swept nvva). Ills certain that many or tho
occupants or houses thai have been destrojed
h) the floods have been killed by their falling
'TWAS A $500,000 BLAZE.
Unniburjr - American Packet Co'a
Warehousa Burned at Unmburg-.
Im AsaoctATan rncaa.l
Hambi'iio, ocu w. A flro bioke out at an
eaily hour tbls morning In tbo Hamburg-1
American Bucket Company's warehouse,
situated In the Klelno Orasbrook quarter or
tbo city, Firemen were promptly at Ibo '
scene, but desplto their iffuits the building
was completely guttod.
'Hie iheinleal wuiksor the bt. Ilatncrneack
Company wero bad) damaged b) the tailing
ol the warehouse wall.
A number or llremen who were working
closo to the wall were struck li) flying bricks
and quite badly hurt. Ilia Dlrettor of tho
Firo Brigade was amoug Ihoaothus Injured.
Tbo loss is placed at u.tioo.ooo ruaiks
400 WOMEN FREED FROM PRISON.
Gorman Princess's Christening- Day
Marked by Wholesale Pardonlntr.
Iiv AioeiAir;n rnrn 1
Hfki is, Oct. y,'. 'lo mark the christening
dtv or tbe Infant l'lltues-i 400 women who
were Imprisoned for various offLiises have
been released, and tbciu Is consequent!) much
lejoiclng among tbo erstwhile prisoners and
Heavy Snow Along- tbe Northeast
ern Coast or England,
lav AKSoruTtn ruiuM
I osnos, Oct. '-"J.'lhe vveatber In Northern
l.ngland U cold and storm). Along the Tyne
u heav) hall and snouatnrm Is prevailing and
a uumoer of vessels are returning teektng
shelter. Ihi'y report beavy weather outside.
in Norfolk, one of the extreme eastern
couutlesof Lnglaud, the ground Is white wl'h
snow, nnd the vrholo couutiy presents a
Filty-Tbroo Bodies Recovered from
tlio Wruck of tba Bokhara.
ST AainilAlftli Pltraa
Ilnsti liovii, Oct. '.'i.-'Ilio steamer An
icna. which wasdespitcbtd to band I-l.ind,
of the i'cbialores group, on which sieainer
llukhura was vvieckrd, reports tha thewieck
ol tho HbkbiialsLow Invisible, tbd that u
strong iiii'nsoon Is bluwlng ll(i). three ot
tho todies have bocn recovered.
Nov. 0 tbe Probable Date of Nelll's
Irr AioriATrn envaa.1
Iomios, Oct. Sk'. Ihomas Nclll, who was
)esterday convicted Hi the Old Halle) or tbe
murder or iiailldi Clover, will prnbabl) be
executed g;i Nov. K.
j 1REES THAT ARE SACRED.
' To tno Memory of Columbus and
i Asa lilting pm I ofthe festivities or theto.
lumblan celebration au oak slid an elm tree
baM' been planted ou the grounds of tho new I
Maun lalan I Acadeui), to be encted at W alt
btrect and hiuytesant pluce. bt. (.eorgr.
The trees wero plautedyesterila) uitcrnoin
In tbo ireMuce of tbe Acad nil's ti usii.es,
the h tilde nth anil a host of guests.
i lie oak Islu houoi m ( iduin"Js, while the
elm lumnieiiioriites titnrgo 'ttllUin uir K
Appropriate sKccnes wire maoe lo 1'nslJeiil
William Wluttr, of the Hoard ol Iruatti-s
Krasius Wlinan, I'cv Wilbur F. Wood, III v.
l'ascal narrower and uthei .
Killed In an Argument with Knives.
i AkKHUini rata, i
HoMiivi, Tex , Oct, '.'.' -l'o'j Williams aud
Bob Conk bi came Involved !r a qtiarrol last
bight near here, and bath uaed knlvea ai ar
L'umetils. cook Is dead and Williams will
fltt iailaat ulltl to ioio tbtoat. Druffiita. .
siyttltj"it 4t'' V' (&MdLJkinill);aiX&!ltJki
MRS. HARRISON IMPROVED.
She Sleeps Botter and Takes a Little
T1 AaiOCIATMl rRCK4.1
W'Antiit.iiTos, Oct. H2. K more cheertul
feeling prevailed at the White House this
luornliigas a rosult ot a slight Improvement
In Mrs. Harrison's oondlllon.
Dr. (lardncr Milled tho patient about 8
o'clock aud reported to tho President that
Mrs. Harrison was undoubtedly a little
stronger than sho was yesterday morning.
Ho attributed the Improvement to tbe lact
that she had slept well, tor a person In her
condition, during the night, nnd bad also
been able to take a llttlo mora nourishment
'I he doctor said that sho teemed caster and
moio comtortablo generally this morning,
and ho was satisfied that no material chango
In her condition would occur during tho day
At any rato ho will not make another visit
until l) o'clock to-night, unless something
unexpected occurs In tbe meantime
NO PARADE IN CHICAGO TO-DAY.
Dedication of New York's Building
and Other State Edifices.
Ifv AaaoriATvn rit.l
Cihcaoo, Oct. US. There will be no military
parade lo-flaj. The pomp and pageantry of
war will bo missing from the streets, and
street-cars and bauroms will bavo tbe right
or way agalu.
This decision was reached at a consultation
held at the (iraul Taclflo between Brtg.-Uen.
Charles 1 Itzsluimons and AdJt,-(lon. J. N.
Hccce. 'Ibo reasons given wero tbo refusal
or (Jen. Schoneld to allow tbe L'nltcd States
soldiers to stay Hi Chicago and take part and
tbo inability or many or tbe Stato troops to
finy over another da). '
The exercises to-da) n ill include the formal
dedication or Now nrk's Fair Building and
thoedltlecs to bo devoted to other separate
DRAGGED A BLOCK BY TROLLEY.
Cavalier Thrown In Front of a Car
at Wilmlnnton'a Celebration.
Irr AMortATrn pnrao
During the parade or tl.ooo people yester
day 'Iboinas Maxwdl, a )oung cavalier, who
was lo ride with the mcmbeis or tbe Knights
or the tiolden 1 aglc, was violent!) thrown I
Irom his Iiorst) In front or a passing electric
car and in ingled in death.
He wns dragged a squaro brfore the car
cuuld bo stopped. 1 he accident caused much
FOUND DEAD IN THE STREET.
The Unknowo's Left Lear Was Ban
clatred and Bleedlntr.
An unknown man about forty veers old,
flv e leet, tt n Inrhes In height, was round dead
In front or ill Murket street, at s o'clock tbls
morning. Ills loft leg wus landiged and
lie had a ruddy complexion, red hair and
sandy mustache. He wore a dark suit of
elotbes, gray flannel shirt with red stripes,
laced shoos, gra) stockings and block derby.
KILLED BY A POLITICAL FOE.
Captain of a Democratic Club Shot
Outside a Meeting- linll.
'I. proriATrn rnita.
I'msHUli, lud., Oct. '.'-'.While George
Cooper, the present touerevjtnan irom this
dlatrlcl, was bpeaklugla.t ulght a disorderly .
irond made mui li noise outside nt the hall.
blones weir thrown agalust the building, ,
and Alvln Williams, tho captain or the Avon
Dcmoctatle club, stepped out of thedoor,to
quell the disturbance.
He was shot by llenr) Allison, a Ucpubll
citn, and dh d tmmedlatuiy.
REPORTS OF A FATAL WRECK.
Dootors Oo from Charleston, Ilk, to
tbe Ecene of the Trouble.
irr AKtnriATtn rurait
Chaiiifto, 111.. Oct i".:. -Meagre reports
ot a head-en I colli.) n on the clover Leat at
Hardin, a email statluu north of here, la
which several lives aio icpnrted to havo been
lost, reached this city latt night,
A special ir.ilu laroln.,' ull the physicians
In the city lilt beio lur thu bceno or the
trrrck im act mini nt the wires being down
ll Is Impossible to gi t rull particulars.
130 Deaths Irom Fever in a Week.
irr jfcoii4TM pnxaa.1
I.ai ik I'an, 'lex., net, k", owing to the
lickof abcurrage'b)stem In acatecas, 1:10
people died or uphold lever within a wick,
uud It shuns no sign ol abatement.
Reception to Minister Ecran.
icceptlou to I'atik-k Lgan, I lilted btates
Minister to chill, will be given Monday eveu.
lug at Ibe residence or Patrick Ford, editor or
iliu i'isi liuWil, ibu' Cumberland street
(Wubhlngtou 1'aik), Hivokljii.
Oiilr llrapdaar All-Tobaeew Clcarrltra
madabjTHoa.il. llAiti " HiTwirs Tat Aots.'I
llataoa tobacco, " UnAVO," Vlrxlulatobaco,iac.
Ux,r DlHU, dooitalMobacco, v. kat.laCO. ,
a O'CLOCK. M
SARAH CHERRH END. I
Third Death AqpiMijS
pals in the Flaok ScwdaL H
She Had Become the Ex-SherHfS
Legal Wife. W
- " - nai
Tlin AunoiiDcemcnt Recalls the 8eVB
sittlon of 1H0. ,'
FI.ACK.-Su.ld.nlr, on Oct. 31, liui, 3aaA,'iM
T.. wlfoot Jamas A. Flan. -Um
ruaaral from bar lata roabtanoo. 131 Wa'fxe
Unto !.. oo Hunday. Oot. IS. at 1 P. IL IpjaH
attlatifotauil frlonda aro rtaptialljlDvtta4.VH
The above death notice, printed this more-'JB
lug, Is tbe first official Intimation made t,;B
Now Yorkers that Sarah Cherry, for love nfH
whom James A. Hack risked lamlLr honor.'B
political power aud business prosperity H
losing all except tbe latter bad become th1B
wife or tbe ex-Sberlff. im
Mrs. Sarah cherry Flack's death Is tbH
third among tbe prlcclpa s In the great iB
scindal ot ikhii that shocked the entire city, B
and probably two ot them ludlrectly.reauiua iH
tram tbe sensational exposures attentUaf ,'H
the same. 4B
Mary F, Hack, the ex-Sheriff's flrit wBs.jK
died suddenly at btr home on East Flfty-aer- ;B
entn street, Jan. k'7, 1801, alcngatandbig; W
malady was aggravated by Ibe umblaattralaVW
to which she w as subjected ontlog the devel- .H
opments succeeding tbe announeemeat la im
July, lbBH, that she bad been granted an Ah-'SB
solute divorce iromlinrb sband. .jB
Mrs. Flack electrified the town by te;'BI
atatrment that she had never brought aa ac-,,B
tlou lor divorce. Then lullowed a series pf V?B
startling disclosums Id quick: succession. Mm
'lhey revealed that James a. Flack, the '(SM
Slier irr or tbe great county or New York: ana a 3Bf
iHiwer Hi local polities, bad lor years been
leading a double lllo wl'h Uareh Cherry, the wM
w umau who has just died, whom Flaok met im
when sho was a pretty, dark-balred, blue- 'jm
e)ed worklog.glrl ot plgbteea, employed lo UM
his booL.llnaury In orth William alreeu M
'Ibe disclosures revealed, too, that Sarah ;&
bad a sou bv Mack, who lived with bar In oW
various places under tbe name ol James A. AjB
llaymonu, and tbut In order to prolong the JM
Intrigue unmolested this chief peace officer w
of the couuty bad plotted to rid blfflself by a .iff
fraudulent divorce oi the wile ol fort) years, sM
who b. re his son Will. jM
In this divorce scheme were not only Flaok fV
aud bis mistress, barab Cherry, but also his .jfM
son Will, who was especially lestrumentalta fiM
dicolTimr his old mother: Civil Justice Am- Kw
bnise Ii. Mouell, Flack's counsel, and Joseph v7jjm
Meeks, who ucied as relcrcr. JM
By the acquleseetire or Judge Henry W. 3m
Bookstaver the records ot tbo fraudulent .
divorce proceedings wero burled from public J
slabt until unearthed by keeu-cyed re- -Sf
porters. Beiore the conspirators were ",S
brought to trial Monell.dHgrroed and almost efSf
ruined professional!) by the exposures, died Bl
In December, 1HH0. sSmw
barah chorr) was spirited away and her-BB
whereabouts vrerr never made known uuiH jkw
her death yesterday. iBE
on Uareb ill. lbtio, gherlff Flack, hit son nv
Will aud lleleree Meeks were convlcteUrK
FUek was sentenced tp two mouths' Im- "nff;
prlsonmen' and his on to lour, an i each W !
pay ijjuo tine. . . liUm
Moeks was sentenced tonne month's Im- iWm
prlsoument. which b wrrrd In the Tombs, IjMM
and a flue of IjUii, which nls wire paid. SK
Previous to his trial Flack resigned frost !
the bhrlstalt) under Pits jura from 'lor.-';
HUI He end bis son appealed Irom Ibe JutfoSffK
ment of conviction In ue lleneral Hessians. vBt
It was afllrmed b) the (leueral term on June Jffffr
tl, lbOO, but reversed on Jan. 1,1. lsni, byuhe US
touri of Appeals, wlu granted them a new
lourtecn days later Mury 1-Flick died. Jlff
bliu bai prdTlouly obtained the annalmeut W
ot the fraudulent decree, und a geuulue UMff
divorce fi-om her hut band, with I JO a week Mot
allmouy and &00 eoiuiwl roes. JBM
on March H, 1Kb'.', nut h application of ex- VBB;
Judge Horace lttiuetl. Judge Vowing, lu Mea- JffB
eral bcsslous. dismissed the Indictment 3Bw
against Flack and bit son. nn tbe approval of 'MB
uUtrlet-Attoruey Nlooi), who declared tbatjAW
Mi Flack's deAthUillKlt rendered a conyi. iSM
tlon Impossible. SB
in consequence (bo Flacks were ttcverlayj