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M TE wollLD; MOINDAY ISVTSiVIHG. SISrrKMKKIi .'ffl, 189a. - 3 ! .H
I NO FUSION
i The Boss and His Men
J J Working on a Straight
J Ticket Basis.
I ' eOOEOOS HAVEN'T DEGLAREO.
Machine Men Don't Seem to
Care What the Reform
Clubs May Do.
NEW CANDIDATES SPOKEN OF.
Tammany Men to Name Their
. Choice (or Ofllcra Next
Up to 5 o'clock to-day no proposition
had been made by the Good Government
Clubs or other Independent politle.il or
ganizations to ex-Senator Piatt or Chair
ed man I..aiiterbach, of the Republican
fc County Committee, for n combination of
k all the Independent forces on a county
H and legislative ticket.
H Both ex-Senator riatt and Chairman
H Lautcrhach declared they had no SUB
S' geMlon to offer and as far iib they are
H, concerned thry don't caro very much
H what the Oood Government folks do.
H They hellevo the majority of Ilcpub
H , llcans want a straight ticket and pres
H ent plans for the County Convention
H which will be held Thurs lay night eon
H template the nomination of a stralRht
m There may bn a postponement, how-
M ever, to enable all half-cnsto Ilepubll-
M can bodies such as the Good Ciuvern-
H ment Club fellows and the rierm.in-
Americans to get into line for a enm-
blnatlon, which, according to ptcfcnt
H plans of the machine leader', must )iae
B a simon-pure mai'hlne head and tall.
Mi If nominations nie mudc on Thursday j
HH I. night there will be no dearth of rnnell-
Hlfi dates. Tho rosy outlook for Republican
H Buccess as the machine leaders view It
mKK las Inspired several men with lightning
TT rods to come out and run up their
jP Some of the men talked of for cilices
P are Judge Ernest Hall. James I..
Lw Blanchanl, Edwin Mitchell anil Morris
Hf Isaacs for Supreme Court Judge; Theo-
L dore Aub, C. IS. Page, J. W, llawes and
Thomas M. Allison for Judges of Gen-
HB, eral Sessions; Subway Commissioner
ST Thomas L. Hamilton and ex-pollcc Jus-
Hw tlce Talntor for County Clerk; Poo liah
K Charles H. Murray for Register; Judge
B Batty, of the City Court, for the same
office, he having been appointed.
The Tammany slate has not been
decided upon, but there will not be any
H lack of candidates. Atnonrf them are
B William Sohmer, for Register; County
Hl Clerk Purroy, for the same office ,
Hl Judges Van Wyck, Ncwberger and
Hl Senator Thomas A. O'Sulllvan, for the
1 City Court; Senator Jacob A. Cantor,
H I Gen. Martin T. McMahon, Civil Justice
H I Goldfogle and Assistant Dlstrlct-Attor-
H ney John F. Mclntyre for Judges of
P General Sessions; Ex-Recorder Smyth
tX ' and ex-Judge Truax, for tho Supreme
f Court bench.
Some of these gentlemen will be
H The talk among politicians related to
H the Republicans rather than to Demo-
H crats. The Republicans will hold their
H county convention on Thursday and
H I the followers of the various factions of
i that organlrtlon are concerned over
B 'V. the prospects for a straight or kanga-
P roo ticket.
B The Independent Republicans and antl-
Tammany Democratic organizations,
M such as the Good Government, the State
B Democracy, the I. C. O. and German-
HK Americans, all want a union ticket If
L they can get a slice of the olflces. The
HKt machine Republicans are unanimously
Hy Uoss Piatt and his star Bcheherezadc,
HPr "Smooth Ed" I.auterbach, are talking
ll business now. They say they have no
objection to all other brands of llepubll-
H cans and unclassified amateur politicians
ftB Indorsing the Republican ticket,
SVAb The Good Government folks are think-
H Ing the matter over. If they get one
H of the judgeships and a declaration on
EZZ the part of the convention In (.nor of
VnlB good government. It Is not Improbable
IFA they will Join in with Mr. Piatt's
Bf scheme. If their claim for a share ot
B the plunder is Ignored, as I.autcrbach
BH and other violent straight ticket men
KVAVJ advocate, there will be no cud of trou-
HVAB The other Independent and pronounced
WAVfl antl-Tammany organizations are in
I pretty much the same boat as the
HfAWJ Good Government Club men,
BBJ A politician who claims to know what
BBM - he Is talking about Is authority for thu
BBm Etatement that every man who grabs a
BBI Republican plum this year will have to
MB awetr harder oaths of allegiance to the
BaHWf Piatt machine than he ever had to swear
AVABB The Republicans have pereinptorily
WABB decided that they have got to hao the
BwABl County Clerk, Register, five nut of the
BBJ eleven judgeships and about four-fifths
J of the legislative candidates.
ABJ The Good Government folks and other
Bfl organizations which may come In can
BBB distribute the' rest among thc!nuclvcs.
WABj The State Democracy stands ready to
BBB coma into a combination, and wants
BB an office or two for doing It. They may
BBJ get a Supreme Court Judgeship for Cor-
BBJ poration Counsel Scott, who aspires to
BBl a seat on the bench. An announcement
BB of the plans of the State Democracy
HBB leaders will soon bn made by Chairman
BB Charles S. Falrchlld, of Its Executive
Bm Ths Tammany men are waiting to sec
VB how the Republican cat Is gclng to
kBM jump. The Tammany convention will
B be held next week, and In the mean
B time the new syndicate In control, com-
VAfl pesed of John C. Sheehan, ex-Mayor
Bk Grant, Richard Croker and Senator
AVfl ' Murphy, will paea upon the claims and
JJM J j merits of candidates.
B Sn-eorlns In Election OrUclnla.
BB Tb work of iwrATlns Impectori of tlectlooi
BB anl poll tni bilUt clerk. w. bfjun it Toilet
BB HudquArUrt this roornlnic Gen. Kodcnbouga,
BW Chlrt ot tb Bur.iu of ElfctlonJ. !w tin tie
v AVJ wric la bind, i& moot of tnt Dcaocrtts would
Jn crn In o-dr. nd thit ts-mmrow th tl
publlcADi would b iworn In.
GOO GOOS UNCERTAIN.
MeptlnK of thp llicruth r Commit
Ire to Arrnnm- n I'lun.
At 12 o'clock to-ilay there was a con
ference of the Good Government Club's
Executive Committee at the olllce of II.
Fulton Cutting, In the Mutual Life
Hulldlng. A small, select and exclu
sive number of promolors of good
go eminent were present.
At :.4'i o'clock there wn another con
ference. In the interval the leadets of
the movement were not certain Just
what the conferences would result In
lloth were devoted to mapping out i
liogramme for the countv convention
which the fedemtiil clubs had called,
.Members of the Committee are nppnr- '
i ntl a much at sea as to what thry will
do as are the other parties. I'ndu cer
tain conditions thc would Mke to o
lti with the ltepubllcin In a m'xed
tlekel. but thu do nut rellsa the idea of
forming the tall to the lbpuWIcen kite
A number of the Good Government i
men nre pi fivor of goliu It alone, hut ,
their scheme Is not piippirtPd by a m -Jorlty
of the memlo r v The Count? I
Convention of the Cli.hs n-'ll be hell at
the Charities llulldlng in Fjurth avenue
The Indications this afternoon were
tt at no nominations would be mndi
It was said that a committee wotdd be
rprolntcd to tonfei with the leadeis
rr the other nntl-Tnmiuany organiza
tions. This committee will probiblv be ap
pointed to-ulght and upott to the con
vention, which will adjourn to another
date later In the week.
TO-NIGHT'S I. C. 0. PRIMARIES.
DrlrKntf'N lf lit Klrrtnl to Hit
Vurloiin Cihm p.i.luiin.
Th Imlopondpnt Countv OirTinIntlnn
tv'll tnnlpht holil primaries In all th
Aernlily fhtrlot for tho purpose of
olcothiK dolopntps in ho ("onnt, Sen
atorial niM A?"tmbly District Concn
tlont. The Countv Convont'on N to 1 hcM
Ort. 9; rtnitorI.il Convention ivt. 7,
ami the Assembly Convention Oct. 11.
- w a -
THE MAYOR NON-COMMITTAL
l.lateits In ii leli;tiitlnn mill n
Mayor Stron r wn non-coinmltlnl,
when a delegation fron tho Twent
thlrd and Tweiity-fouith Watds c.illnl
on Inm to-dnv, to uigo the np,iolmeiit
of Park K. llutchliiso.i ns Paik cfrtu
mlsMlonei. Thu delegation reminded the Mayor
that he had piomlsed to appoint one
Pa ik Ciinnl."sioni'i' from llnilrm.
The Jl:yoi'.s ivplv was a twist of his
tnliacco. nnd thi delegn Inn lei i ii.un
liil Mi-Mlllnn, from the li'ir'h side, Is a
I candidate for the same plate.
A CHINESE MOONSHINER.
riiHllcn J. Yoll'i. "Ileillc'llie" Still III
John Chinaman has attempted many
things In this countrv.Jmt has rarel.v
engaged In moonshlulng. Charles S
Yon, however, has been In the business
for a long time. On Satuiday i.fter
noon Inspector Rrooks and Deputy
Collector Henry C. Hawkins, of the
Interral Revenue Department, arrested
Yon !n his house, at Westchester.
Tho still was Just cooling off when the
officers surprled Yon, nnd In the rooms
they found live live-gallon and two
seven-gallun kegs of rice whisky, be
sides a great number of bottles an 1
Yon was brought before Commission
Shields In the Federal Building thl
morning. He woie u plgta 1 of great
length, long mustache and a lluwlng
Yon waived examination and was
held for tho Grand Jury in Jl.WO ball.
NO CONSPIRACY TO ROB.
Only One Dishonest Clerk I1
chnrKeil liy Eiiiiltnlile G.ih Co.
Tho officers of the Equitable. Gas Com
pany denied vigorously thjs morning
the story that a conspiracy of tlulr
employees to rob tho Company on an
extensive scalo had been discovered.
"It Is true," said Si erctary Miller,
"that wo havo discharged C. J. I.acht,
one of our bookkeepers. He collected a
bill of KM from Lodging-House Keeper
Schwerln, of !) Fourth avenue, not long
ago and failed to account for It.
I.acht, the discharged bookkeeper, Is
a mairled man, thlity-flvc jears old,
and lives at 310 East One Hundred anil
Ninth street. He had been In the em
ployment ot tho Company about two
THREATS TO ROB OR BURN.
Heller Ae.'iise.l of Mrnlillic Seiernl
'I lioiiHiiml f'ltcnrn.
Mlitiael Hetler, twenty-three years
old, of 2't East Fouith street, was re
minded by Miglstiate Hr.inn, In the
Essex Maiket Court, to-diy on suspi
cion ot be i:g Implicated In a burglary
The cigar store of David Yv'ahrminn,
of 111 Chrjstle street, was broken open
and several thousand elgais were stolen.
Hetler fiunierly hoarded with Wahr
mann, and wnen he left, it is ih.ir'ed,
lie threatened tnat he would either hive
vVahrnunn'b c-ear Miop robbed or bum
On the Mrength of th threat he was
at rested by Patrolmen Nell and Voting,
of tho Eldridge street station, lletlir
denies the charge.
TWO SUSPECTS SET FREE.
Di-liTlites Don't I.U.e Mnslxtrnto
Weulw.irl Ii'r lleclNlon.
Ramiifl Waterman, of 20 Lullow street,
and John Smltb, who gave a fictitious
address, were discharged by Magistrate
Wuntworth In tho Tombs Court this
morning. They were iiireMeil on Situi
day charged with being suspicious per
tons. The men were in West Ilroad
way, near Franl.l n street.
Tho men were remanded by Magis
trate Wentworth ycMerday to give thu
drtftves a chance to Investigate. Till,
they say, there wero unable to properly
do on Sunday, as business places were
closed, but they ill 1 FU.'cecd In finding
that Smltli's portalt was No. 2,337 in the
Rogues' Gallery, and that brokers on
whom the twenty pawn tickets found on
the prl-onera purported to be drawn
were under indlctmtnt for Issu ng bosui"
tickets. They asked that thu prisoners
be ugaln remund"d
.Magistrate Wentworth refused the re
STRAW BONDSMAN GOES UP.
Everett I'. Alluel Sent to the 111
mini lli'lormnt.ir .
Everett C. Angtl, who last week
pleaded not guilty to petjury In connec
tion with giving a straw bond before
Justice Voorhls on Apt II I1?, was sen
tenced by Recorder Goff this morning
to the Elmtra Riformatory.
Angel, It Is said, was leader of a gang
of straw bondsmen. He swore he vvut
worth &0,0Xl, and was accepted as a
He Is only twenty-seven years old.
Other members ot the sang are In Jail
THE FOOL THAT ROCKS THE BOAT.
PRESIDENT M'GINN FINED.
I.tipior Denier ClmcKeil Willi
I bi'i'Mti'iiliiit n Policeman.
Miglitrite Crane, In Jeffirson Market
Court, llMcned this morning to the i .Tie
of Peter McGinn, President of the l.lipnr
Dealers Ah-oclatloii, who was nrresttil
vestcrd.iy nftrrnoon. bv Policeman
Hohls, of the West Thirtieth street sta
tion, for iisl'i5 thieitenlni; linguase to
McGinn keeps a silom at Th'r.vfourth
street an I Seventh avrnue, and ltJhrs
was s,ent b C.ipt. PUk-lt to watch the
place Tit' riioit anv vlul.itlnn of tho
ExcSe liw thele Vccot.liig to the iki
Ih'em. in's Mniv, Mi Glnn ublectel to his
picpenie nut'Idi' the place mid a-ldr. s,.
him In piitfaiii' and threatening 1 m-
ftohrs' torv or the abUHlve and
threiteiilng lini.'unge utten I by the
pilsnncr was eoi tub stated bv Pillreninn
Vidlev, of the Hime pieclm.1 Magls.
trale Crane lined McGinn Jj.
TEKULSKY CASE PUT OFF.
Iteslilenls or Went slMeentb Mtn (
Aflllt Ills l.lcrriNi' lies .ilii'll
The hearing In the matter ot the peti
tion of citizens to revoke the license of
John S. Tekul-ky, brother of Morris Te
kulsky. cx-PieMdenl of the State l.liuur
Dealers' Association, as again ad
journed to-diy by the Excise lioaid
uiall nrxt .Monday.
The adjournment was granted at the
request of John J. Jerolonun, President
of the Hoard of Aldermen, who la one
of the complainants and alto counsel
for the petitioners.
John Tekulsky keeps a saloon r.t 423
West Seventeenth street. The petltlin
to revoke his llcenre Is signed by nu
merous re.'ldents of West Sixteenth
street, between Ninth and Tenth ave
nues. It Is alleged that Mr. Tekultky Is run
ning two saloons on una license. The
license Is Issued for tiS West Seven
teenth street but the building extends
through the block nnd has another en
trance at 127 West Sixteenth street
The petitioners contend that until De
cember last the premises tr West Sev
enteenth street and 4-"7 West Sixteenth
street were separate and distinct, nnd
that liquors were sold at both places
under only one license.
SEVEN LIQUOR rvlEN FINED.
Got OIT for lf:i Eneb In Gencnl
.Sc MnloiiN, Sim Insr IftllTO.
Tho following liquor denlers pleaded
guilty before Judge Fitzgerald Ir. Part
I. of General Sessions this morning to
violations of the Excise law: Alexander
Gloster, 11 Second avenue; Patrick Mc
Carthy, CM Wft Fifty-sixth street:
John McCarthy. KK West Eighty-sixth
street, John McGrant, 103 East Fifty
ninth street; Charles Sul.er, 913 Third
avenue, Patrick Curley, Ml Alexander
avenue, and Thomas Sheridan. 47 Grand
Each was fined 130, which was Just 10
per cent, of what they would have had
to pay unJer the rule made by Justice
Jerome If thev h? ' pleaded guilty In
The case of John Kerr, of 480 Tenth
avrnue, came up before Judge Cowing
In Pait II. Kerr was charged with
selling liquor to a minor June 2ti. lie
demanded a Jury trial from Justice
Slmms In Jefferson Market Police Court,
hut to-day he consented that the case
be transferred to Special Sessions,
where It will come up some time during
the week. This Is the llrst time that
a case has hi en transferred from Gen
eral to Special Sessions.
MORE EXCISE DISMISSALS.
Eight Inspectors anil One Clerk
l)lclinrKcil by llir Hoard.
The Commlsslonei,: of Exclso hell n
shot t executive session to-day und then
announced the following 'smlshals;
Albert Stern, Edward V. Hart, Ja.."s J.
Hageii, Thomas I "Itzpatrlck J. L. Dl
tm, J. A. Flanly, Eugene McCormlck,
Robert L. Ilalnwln and Edward Cop-
All of thise were excise Inspectors ex
cept Mct'uini'ck, who was a clerk In the
Dipaitment. Among the Inspectors ills
misled was the son of Coroner Fltzpat
rlrk, who before his election as Cironer
was one of the Commissioners of ExcUe.
Piesldent Murray, of the Hoard, re
fused to discuss the dismissal, fxcept to
say that Coppeis one of those dismissed,
had failed If report against Elizabeth
DrWioll, who has a license for a saloon
at 1M South Etreet, and maintains an
entrance through Water street, by
whli Ii "ho prartirally has two saloons
with only one license, Coppers U a war
The Hoard appointed Patrick McNulty
a tpcclal Inspector.
LICENSES NOT ASSIGNABLE.
.Indue l'rnr So llnli In the Case
or Wnlhiillii Hall.
Julius Lehman, as receiver for Jacob
Fllegman an I .Moses Flnkelsteln. pro
prietors of Walhalla Hall, obtained per
mlslon from Judge Pryor in tho Court
of Common Pleas to-day to sell the ex
cise license under whlih Walhalla Hall
has been doing business
The motion was oppohed by the Welz
A Kernei It Urewery Company, which
claimed tu own the license by assign
ment Judge Prjor. In his decision, says:
"A lleense to sell liquor Is a mere
temporary permit and Is not property
In a legal or constitutional genre. A
license Is a temporary privilege, and not
assignable. It results that Urn license
dIJ not pass to the brewers."
NEW DISTRICT LINES.;
Aldermen Reapportion the
DWYER MAKES A PROTEST.
Mlnnrllv lleporf MllititlMc.l 'I lie
I'lflb Assi-nibl;. siir-l,v
The 1 inn id of Aldfinion met this .ifl.r
noon ,ti hear the upon of the I'limnill
tee on Countv Arfalrs on the te.ippnr-j
tlonnunt of the Thltti-ciith Sen-ite Dls-fi-i.-t.
It was hern that thrte had been a
bleak hMwccn lh Tanimnnj piembeis, '
an I tiie linn pendent DemneiatM wnn
hid helped thini to reipportlon the
e'ty 111 the Interest uf Tamilian) but
All the members of the Committee
ngrcrd on a pi in and rcpoit. v epi
IAcr, the o'llrlenlte. who wanted t
keep all his frii nds In tin Tiilid Dis
trict. s that he and ex-AI lerinan
Jaelme might conttol the bilince of
power In that dlsttlct He was backcl
by Dean, the Republican leader of the
The report of the majority m ikes one
sure Republican district the Fifth, or
which ex-Postmaster Van Cotl Is the
loilcr-nnd two Dmncratlc districts
Aldriman Dwver submitted a m norlty
The Hoard adjourned until to-morrow
without taking action.
The new districts will be bounded as
The tlvrd District begins at Ilroad
wiy and Third street, runs along West
Thlid street to Sixth avenue, to Cor
n.'lla strict, to llleecker, to Grove, to
Hudson, to Harrow, to the Nortn River,
to Canal, to Hudson, to Dnmlnlck, to
Varlck, to llroome, to Sullivan, to
Spr.ng street, to Ilroad way. Popula
Tho Fifth District begins at the Junc
tion of Third avenue and Fourttcnth
street, runs along Fourteenth to Sixth
avenue, to Fifteenth street, to Seventh
avenue, to Thirteenth stieet, to Horatio,
to Eighth avenue, to Hudson, to Grove,
to llleecker, to Cornelia, to Eighth ave
nue, to West Third rtreet, to Hroadway
to West Fourth, to Eisl Fourth, to
Third avenue, to place of In ginning.
The Seventh District begins at Seventh
avenue and WeFt Nineteenth street,
runs along Seventh avenue, to Thir
teenth street, to Hnrat'o, to E'ghth ave
nue to HudM'in, to Harrow, to North
River, to West Twentieth street, to
Klghtti avenue, to West Nineteenth
street, to the place of beginning. Popu
lation 3S.MI. , , ....
Alderman Dwyer Is displeased nt the
action of tho Tammany members In
deserting him. He calls It a breach of
faith. Hut the Tammany members say
that It was on his llcures they worked
lust time. And It w.B that which got
them Into trouble.
Thev did not enre to rink another un
constitutional leappnrtlonmcnt, ard
Tammany would rather have two hiire
districts than ono uncertain, with an
other controlled bv Dwvcr.
The meeting tn-div was a snerl.il one
called to reapportion the Thirteenth
Senatorial Dlstr'rt Judge lleekman.
of the Supreme ( onrt, last week Issued
a peremptory writ of mandamus compel
ling the Aldermen to r. consider the
question which caused such a turmoil
In politics .
Last June the Hoard of Aldermen
completed the reapportionment of the
thirty-live Assembly Districts. They
put three Assembly Dlstr'cts In thiy
Thirteenth Snate District and the
boundaries of these were disputed
Charlis It Oleason, who represented the
dlssatlslled polltlcl ins. tested the legality
of th s act'on
The new appointment plan was adopt
ed by a vote of 2s to 30.
VERY DRY YESTERDAY.
Only Tl.lrl-slx llselne Arret.!..
"It was dty In New York City," was
the romnunt at Police Headquarters
this morning relative to the enforcemmt
of th.i Excise law yesterday.
Acting Chief Conlln said ho was
around the city yeatenlay and found
saloons generally closed.
"We made thlrty-Mx arrests, which Is
six less than the previous Sunday.
t.rei.l llJIlilllKe to shipping ni. 11 Re
sult oT the Storm on Hie l.iiUes.
CHICAGO, Sept 30 -No less than
-Imilre i vofscI have been i .ported
, landed at v.iilois points on the lil.es
dining the p.st twelve hmi', wlill1 re
pmtp emtlnU" M be leivlvcd of otlnls
living the tdgnall of dlllrsH.
At .Miiwiiukie the si hound Condor Is
long ov-iiue and grave feus aie fell
for Iti Fufctv .
Thirteen prisons nirYowly ecii-d
drowning whin the steim baige Kei
sh.ivv wint o,i the icif at Choclay
Reach, I reai.'ng cmii tely In wo.
Five slf.um M ari? giouudeii near Ife
Hull, and thu baiyu It. J. lb nry went ti
ph I'es on the iuvKm neat the Sault Ste.
Several vc-si'lt lost dei k laigoes and
olsn wore atilped of all tanva.s and
1 i,i. trlrg gear.
i WAI'll' STE. .MARIE. Ml. b . rpt. 30
The captain of the Anchor lint i
4cliii.vlk.l11. will, ii arrived from Dublin
to-day, ti ports pissing two boats nshote
lit KeweMi.iw Point He thought thev
I wen- the Veto,, and MiimiIii, two big
l.itnl st.'i'iieiH belonging tu tin Mliine
Tl'e M.noi aim Maaba elesred ftnm
two I'iiiIioih far I'levi'land jisteiday
H 'Wi m Point Is on. of the most
ilnng.'iotia spots on Hie lakes, and the
I boats siinndi'il are llk.dv to pinvc total
lo"sis, u' Ing to the heavy noithacst
TOBACCO BADLY DAMAGED.
KIIHiik I'ros) l:p.rl.-neeil Lost
Mttl.l In l'iitork .
Il'e, HI lo Thf l:rnlnt VVorlJ )
LEXING'ION, E., S(it. 30. Central
Kentucky uxpt rlcnctd a Killing frost
last night. Jluch of the tobiuco crop
wad still In the Hi Id and Is almost en
tlnly ridniil. Tobacco In thu scuflold
was iiImi badly damaged.
Sorghum and olhel gieen vegetables
v ere d.imagnl llkmvlse. The corn has
dried, owing to an eight weeks' drourfiit.
Cool tt'mr Has 1ml Hip Mrrcur)
IJoiin Viin I'olnln,
Tne cool weather toilay Is the result of
a northwester thit blew last night at
tho rate or forty-three inllra an hour
Its duration was shirt, less than ten
minutes, jet luftlclently long to spread
over this part of tho country a chilly
atmosphere, vaiylng In places from lo
to 20 demies coldi r than jesterday
morning. It will luohably finish Its
visit late to-morro, aftir making it
Mlg'illy cooler In the morning. The
average wind fpeed during the night
was fiom twenty to thirty ml.es an
The temperatuni hero nt S A. M. to
diy was 4s, lioslon, M, Huftalo. 40. Chi
cigo. 31, St. Louis 44. St. Puu,, 34;
Now Orleans, BS. The coltest i-pot In
the I'n. ted States was Huron, Dakota,
where It icglsteied 22, and thu wamicst
Tltllsvllle, Flu., at 7s.
The forecast U for fair weather to
day and lu-moiion, with northwest
Sn.i. ill EiinIoo, I'u.
nRTO. I"j . s p' Hi A hfir rainworm
hers Urn nlxhl rntel in a I1 mi. nl a tin.)
nnu siuall tltoni inllnlirlit
yortrtn for thlrt-ilx hourt enJInit 8 p M
Tnmlajr l.r New V.rk Illy inl i nlly rlr,
ool r n.irtlisMi'eily slnl.
Tho fi.i ln if rl khiw. Ihv .liniKn in u.t
If njiermure ' .r llif ininn liot r a. I nl . -ali-l
in Hi lie rrn n.r.f i I'rrrv i, i.i.rrna
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APP0 PLEADS GUILTY.
Hid oniinel li.U ii S(.f.nif; Pleu
for llle I rilKeilllln,"
George Appo, the x-gr. en-goods man
and Lexow wlin.ss. enieied a pleu of
guilty of iifcsatip In the third degree be
fore Judge Cowing, In General Sei-slons,
this inoining and was r. mjinlul until
next Tluiisdiiy for iiteiiie.
L-AHsistari Dlstiiet-Aliorney Am
brose II. Pitidy ai an il for Appo and
to. I Judge Cowing the pnsuiiei ii.nl not
bien In State prlfou for twilvc y.ars.
Win ii ahked bis occMipalloii, Appo said
hu was a trageilluu, or an actor.
'"1 hat's iignt," spoke hi .vtr Purlv.
"He took the part of of Hlue Hells or
something like that In 'In the Tender
loin.' Yes, he'a a tragedian."
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MOB HELD THE ROOM, !
Hot Times at the Republican
HAD TO CLEAR THE PLACE.!
In let' Siipi'ciiie Court .Indues to lie
.sinned In llrool.l)ii I till.
Vftt'i no on.
The See vnd Judlrlaiy D rtrlct Conven
t.on was ctllid 'o oiler ut 12.'i thin
afternoon by County JuUe Wllir.nt M.
Smltli, of ilulT.illc Count) In Pan II.,
t'llciilt Court, llr.iol.lyn lie m.M his
name noull be pr.Hrt'tiil as a candllite
an I he would allow Seeietary Jacob
III ent. er to act
Sheriff Hut ling ncmlintcd e-Senatot
Joseph Asplnall us pei'jtaiient Chilli -man,
and lie was e'.e 'ted.
The mo m was iilicouifm t iblv crowded
A. W. tile.iFou, of Hiooklvn, said that
unless Seine of the p -apl gat out It
would bo tuiiiiMslbli' to pio'icd l-'ia.ik-l.u
WoodrnlT'H ino.ion tint the room be
el ii id and delegates admitted bv roll
tall settled the trouble.
rile following were ill n'c secretaries 1 v
acclainattoti. A II. I'. Scrgai, of Or
aiige, J.irob Hieiiner, of Kings, and
I'lanl. II Mlbntd, of Westchester.
Shi riff Huttlhig look a hand, and after
thlity minutes of foothill tactics about
Iwi thousand people were pat outside
the i ill.
Si itor Lexow nnd a few fnvmid
illlfri t.it, lll.iM ...I In ull (1,1 ill,. lIiiiih ,.f
luivii ?1 Sluiinaii and .Major Ii Ison
Lewi", of Mount Veinon, M.iors ot
towns, Srn.itois and point, -laus. went
ill w th the iiinh The call of the lo.l
l'g in with I Intel, ss Countv at 12 n
loi k The ,n tun nimili. i of deli
ailis ciit.tlid 'to scats Is !',', as fol
l.liii... i: tin 'i h. 13 qiirrn. H flrtnaf
It I. limitil Itiklinl (V I'lihimii . suf
lil. I' aill V...' ti. -r H
A motlin to ndjouiu until 2 o'clock
fii.bd 'I'm i ioni wir ah ml ns full of
ouistilers. utter the lot. as In-fine the
sp. tin, rs v.ero ri'tnoviil
Senator l.exovt waa slaled as a drle
raie 1 1 out KocKI tod tiixti'iid of Trunk
Haul", and Gen Sbwart L Woodfonl
wasn.veuii sent Hnin Kirgs.
Si nator W II ltoberl,'jn was also
Healed In place of II It H.iirett WeM
e bestir was entitled to only slvteeii
vo is, but I id seventeen It was set
tled bv giving four votes and two half
voles to the I'irnt District Delegate
I'llll, Hie ntleli'il II lesoluilon tllllt Clill
elli'llliH be e lei ted le Sex ret balled, till
ball it to be e.iiiuteil that has not three
nouns nnd that voting be done by roll
call '1 bis action vi lis gi'iierallv conceded
to be 111 the Inlen st of lllrsch, Good
le Ii and .Mills, tile si ite
W.inen C Indwell, eif Kings Countv,
in el Gioip' L. Carhile, of Westclustir,
V i I'e Hide etl'd US telnus
.Indie Itiilierlsein nomlnntcd Count
Jin ge Isil.ie N Mills Judge Hobertson
ale! Iudi,e Mills was v el y pniiil,ii nnd
bis noiiiliiatloii would add l.i'O voteH to
tin full Ib'puhliriin ticket
Dtbgaie Cot win then put James M
Hunt, of We sti In Mti r County, In nomin
al h u
Delegate llalesenll.il Col win n trnltni
II. lit G I'ulleitou, of llniuge Countv.
iinmlii.it. 'I Col William II. Dick.'), of
Judge Wood, of Putnam Countv. se c
on.leel the nomination of Judge Mills.
S.eilal Counts Jii'ige Pullerton until
Irstid Col. " D Diet.;, of N. wdiurg
He sold ne was no fancy Colonel, but
won tin till" on the 1 . Id of battle
Winn Col Hickev's. tiaiiio was ineti-llojM-d
there Wat a storm of npplause
th.lr'ltihted Hve.al mlniitcH
Judg. GniliPiu. of tliaiuie, and Dele
gite Tuttle of Kings, secindcd the
nninli ii t ion of Col Dickey.
Suiator L. xovv then arose and was
givi'ti a great ricpllon lie said ltoek
liud's ilel.'g.illuii hail been Instructed to
vote f.'i Jinli-e A. S Tompkins, but
irklaiid was leady to met t any emer
gency and would support Col, W 1),
Ilciirv A Piwill of Kings County,
notiilnitel Hugo lllr'ch, of llrooklyn
.Mr lllrsch's name was enthusiastically
Mr Powell raid Mr. lllrsch had done
r.in tl an cm other mall to bring
about . llcpublican victory In Kings
Countv In ISUJ and l'H
Ml r.iford, of Suffulk Countv, in tie
Ii i f of Siiftnlk, UueeiiR and Itlchniiind
counties, presented the name of Judge
Wllmut .M Hm Hi. of Suffolk .Mr
Cromwell, of Itlchmond Count), sec
mil. I It ,
Milton A r'owier, of Dutchess County.
(Me setlted the lllllll eif Itobert I' Wil
kinson, of Poughkeepsle
I'.x-liiilgo George G HcvnoMs, or
Ilrookl) n. sa d he w is from Pough
kei phi. that hi might second the mini
Inatlon of Mr Wilkinson Judge Hey.
nolds -aid he .I'd not think It was rlgnt
that K ngs Countv should have more
thnn one of the iiiimlnntlniiH Mr HlFli
oi, of Kings, M'condel Judge' Wilkin
son's tioinlnat on
GAYNOR BOOM GROWS.
Crli'liiU of the llJilge ny He Is
11.. CciinlliK Vlflli.
. llrooklyn pollthlins are excited over
the prolnble outcome of the citizens'
mtetlng at the Acinleiny of Music this
evening, called ostensibly to feel pulHIc
si ntlnient regarding the nomination for
Mayor of Justice Willi im J G.ivnnr
His friends dee lire bis boom Is grow.
Ing houily mil prophecy one of the big
gest nml most Hpontuni'ous gathering"
ever known In I'l mkli n. Delegations
with binds of music will march from
various sections of the city
There wen. reports is to the name of
the oi Uor who would make the nomi
nating Hp-". h wnen the proper time
William C DeWItt was mentioned
nnl proinln. ntlv for that honor.
It his aire nly been aaieed that II V
Mon.ihan. Ch ilrin.iti of the Committee
on Ai rang, me nts will call the meeting
to ord. r and that J lines .McMahon will
be named as Cnalrm i'l
Tin ovcrllow line ting at the Ileal Hs
nti' i:ehange will be prcl led over by
M. I', Moote
Luke D Stiplelon, sill this fore
noon, thit th. wor-t of the Democratic
rtelliinns rTl'm had been c nmpleteil,
.in 1 the meeting nt the cliretuloi Hotel
this ifter loon would about wind up
II" d. clares that the committees np
po uted I v the lti'gular and Shepnrdite
Wlng.4 of the Di III. Clliey, lire' prciallllg
the Ir iciorts v.lili'h will be submitted
to their ri spiel ve oigaulatlons to-morrow.
The burden of the reports s, that the
time Is np" for I eal n dlff. lemis aid
. coiniin nding lli.it Mib-ciinimitti-es be
apieolntisl to agrie upon MaoiaIt tan-
PUSHED FROM A WINDOW?
Hose lloleii Iri'iis.'H Mirali Trunk eif
the 1 1 tie-II M'.
Hose Iiohn, fifty-six ears old, was
found In the yard at her home, Pm Last
Illghty-llfth strut, nt 7 30 o'clock this
morning, suffering from a broken nose.
t.ealp would an t concussion of the
She accuses Sarah Prank, who board
ed with her. of pushing her vvhllo she
was hanging clothes on a pulley Hue
fiom a window, causing her to fall ono
tory to the nrd, ltoe was taken to
the Presbyterian Hospital, and the
Prank woman was arrested,
Mrs Hohii. uccoiding to her story,
was hanging a matress out of tho
kitchen window of hei first. story lint at
7,39 this morning, and .Mrs, Prank, who
(THE UNEXPECTED jl
I ALWAYS HAPPENS'! 11
Nobody ever thought to see such grandeur as this f ll
Parlor Suit represents, for so little money. But you 'M
do not know the resources of M
LDDWIG BAUMANN & COMFY, !
i 1 2 1 st St. and 3d Ave., Harlem, N. Y. ' ' .H
'j' TIipv show to-tlii,v Hiimily sniniilcs of the inngniticcneo .found & !
ly in lliii'c 'iildiinl W'liito liiiiltlnip, ti monument to iniltiatry ami v), uM
( Clllll)!lil. &. H
I u ii V'hm
fc Tliii i(iiiiitn oi ration lust oxnrnplo of the skilful upholster- -.H
.' n' ni't is of hplt'iulul pinuo-iiiiihl.otl ninhoj.'-iiiiy, covered with
l6 hittin (Iniiiiislv, t'hmcp of rolorn, only $59.00. W ''JM
'J? OTMIiR PARLOR SUITS IJEC1IN AS LOW AS $18.00. I v
' 'i'lic Ht'ip-on of jootl cliori' uppioiii'htM, Tho frtiht id ou. Here W. ,M
i' i- the initio. A Uiiiiii'-ioom .Sot of Onk ami Ltathov Chairs w '
(. Htiirtin at .2.iil. Fi inn that up. W'rMI
No ordinary ptctuio rim conyoy any idea ol tho beauty of these
k. itrtu'li'H. Aliovo nil titiil ovorytlnng tho CarpotH at thin house go sliH
i; fur lipyontl nn thing hcidi m lloor covprin'js anywhere. Of best s H
vr.lni's nnd dosi'us. Most mufvclloiiH put tct tin and colorinTg. Np XsjH
i(j Ciirpptt have i'it been hi en liko them. Mntlo expressly for this S H
p; liotisc, thoy excel at all points. in. .11
l Brussels at - - 45 Cents. I Hoquettes at - - 70 Cents' s'H
k Velvets nt - - - 77 Cents. R .yal Wiltons at 89 CenU. ? '.iH
fe Invert Ihiner upciIp 1 for HouRi'ltoppinp;. Crcckerj-.Cutlery.QlasB- f
f wait-, Silver, Clockn, Pictures, Iron Ucds. &c. ! fM
f SO MOSEY KEOUIKEn OS DEPOSIT. ! 9
5 WK SKMi FOR CASH OH CREDIT.
I LUDWIG BAUMANN & COMPANY. M
k 121st St. and 3d Ave., Harlem, N. Y. M
k T.'tiii.. HT.-, t eer .. i-ei '4 1 HI till. I.Atl prr wrrbi 4100, 8 per'weeki ; 'fH
(( M20I), IS i-'..V) per vic.lt. ' ' I H
GREATEST CASH OR CRE OIT HOUSE IN THIS CITY. M
Tbll Parlor Suit, t pltcra, flnt-eltM pkIWrlWL 'I 'H
.- .abHih .. ..iff" cot. ret to Pint silk Drocittllt, all ntoni i.lM
CJBiMl!Sfc9F It' iSgi p.i elt ur to u.l fur 114.00; our fflO1 fu- r H
MP1 hSt "" lhl w"x vt.mj r m
Ar wSlln j-!fek nwKffJ I'KUE! FltEE! FREE! M
lrftC5 Tl I JUSS PRASS TAHLK. WITH HNTX Tir. rf
lu ftbMiiuSa Ef5lNPl ab cvrr larlor 3ult aold this wtM. ,1 .
pJfMWMMMMBJif piii I iffl r"XP?P3pT "H
" " Mwintttei it 75e.jtf4 'H
CfT a1t v.l.fii it OOc. tnrl B
JElS3 lnSSn iirik. I A(' OI'NT.M OPEN FOR AIX. 'B
(t-SfS&L tgScaTiat gSig I IMVWKNTS AltUANUBD TO 8PCT M
"bI IjB P j OPEN tiATUlinAY ETEMNOS CMTXb -H
SOL. HEY MAN & CO., ,
993 & 995 THIRD AVE., between 59th and 60th Sts. H
beinrelcel with lier, at'ppel behind antl
pe hr. her cult
Mrs. llnlin fe-ll a elletanco of five feet,
strihini, tier Iliad on the llac stones of
tlif hack v.irel
Mtm, l'r.vnk Is i-evetity-elfilit years old
atiel very feolilo.
"I ne'Voi ton In el her." exclaimed tho
old wo in, in In HHtimlxliment. "Whv
should I? Wo we're cood friends, and
only viHterday I pilel he-r IJ) boirel. She
was ImiiKlnf,' the mattree nut when the
piille; -hook broke and she fell. I paw
the whole thinn."
Thu hook, on examination, proved to
Aiiibielane-e Surgeon Hart, of the l'res-biterl-in
llo'ii'tal. Hild the llohn w'oniftti
woiilil die, and o Oltleer Lope had no
choice but to anat the old woman
.Mri. Trunk was paroled at Harlem
court and returned home at once.
HEATOR FINED THIS TIME.
VleiBlnlri tt I rani' lllebiireel tiff
Yllll. mini In .Inm-.
JudKe ritzi-ernld. In l'art I., Geneial
Sesieloin, this iniiinlnir lined i.corR-
He tor, a milk il.-aler, of III West
Due Hlllulleel .1 ml I'lirtJ-f.llirtll street,
limi for selllnn milk below the stan'lnrd.
He had plrnded i;ullty
June 21, IWe, Samuel W. rienron, In
spector for the Iloird of Heath, found
Heetoi'j mill; to be 0 per cent, skim
and 14 per r. nt water.
ellalcu was arralsned before Mauls
trute Ciane, rnd July 3 ellst'h.irBed, ill
tluiiiKn. as Attorney Henry Stelnert, of
the Health Hoard claims, he had no
defeiuie The Health Hoard then took
the ciiro to tin t.rantl Jury, and hail
Vtlornev htelneit. Ill the papers In the
tife, s.ivs thit .MuKlsir.iti fruiio In ells-
li:irKinK ll.'.itor v'll.ited fiettlon iH5 of
tin roiisol'ihiiloii net All ieoiiKh He.itor
h.i I no ib fent-e, the .MiiKlstnilc In ill.!
ilinrKlne him had said
"Th.s Ii one uf the easts In vvliK-h we
must tempi r Justice with tin icy "
Hcccham's pills for con
stipation io and 25. Get
the book at your druggist's
and go by it.
Annutt alel inoro th n eCC 000 biffs.
ut "iieli lo iv iirli'ea na mil)' 11 tli.ir
einuili Uiienv leilue 11 nil i'oiiiiiihiiiI uf
tlie iniirUet iiialtes iiusalblc.
GOWPEnTHiVAil'S. Ill HI. MIB SI.
Opening of t I
October ist. & 2nd. M
Fur Capes, w
Seal, Alaska Sable, Mink, ' ffl
I'ersia'.i Lamb, Electric Seid, tW
Astrakhan, Wool Seal, ,m
and Chinchilla. .1
iEtrcmo Btyle. rowest shapi JO to
inches in eetiiith I. '
and new neck scarfs in all th 'fl
fashionable furs, ,H
(alo nrrnnsecl with flowers Bnd laceU H
Canada Seal Capes, 'M
ISO Inches In lcncth-full sweep I M
. value $at iB
Fur Trimmings I
in all widths. H
Lor d& Taylor, I
Ercadwuy & 2UtU SU ',
Brooklyn Jockey Club. "M
KAI.l. MKCTING, 1W5. I'Mt
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