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nwa* hardly the right thing to advertiae Oar
*. Hobart as on. of the attractlona for the
!*!ban carnlvnl In Waverly la.t W'edne.day
h*n the management ahould have known that
* Hol.art had no Intention of belng there.
Time. December, 1SIH . riacc, State Hospltnl
_arthe Inaana, Morris I'lains.
Dr Evana?What'i the trouble with the man?
He.eem.ti be all right.
Vlsitor? Hc VOted the whole Democratlc tlcket
Hlt month- _
If the Democrat. of thi. Btate are golng to put
_n Eieetoral tlcket. this ahould he an ap
JifUtT one under the circumstances: Sena
r James Smlth. Mllea Roaa. Rufus Plodgett,
T? v ridcock. W. J. Thompsnn. J. W. Lannlng.
eam Thompaon. Thomas F. Noonan, J. K. Mar
^e end B. C Drake._
There I* _c<>^ reason for assumlng that the
vark brcwers are not di. ploasocl over the Ex
\?e Board'. detcrmlnatton not to increase the
number of licenses._
It wouldn't hc hard to flrid profea.lonal poll?
tlclans ln N'ew-Je-rsey ready to support th. Demo
ratlc r?rt>' lf ,l ?doPled ft P'ank approvlng of
.urfiary- But tho>' cant draB hon<?9t *****
jrjta with them' _
Township Commltteeman Forcst has advlsed
the taxpavers ot Kearny not to r>ay the a8Se8B
m.nt levled on Kearny-ave. property for lm?
provementa until the contraetor has done hia
work right. That is queer advlce for a publlc
offlclal to glve. It is espoclally so in the case
f 'udge Fcre.t, who has a knowledge of legal
_ririelples. and is. hesides. leader of the majority
ln the Town.hlp Commlttee. If the work of the
rontttcioT has not been properly done. it ls the
.utT of th* commlttee to protect the lnteresta of
taxpayera wlthout glvlng them such advlce as
A rorre.pondent suggests that when the bal
lota are COonted next Xovember the tleketa wlll
have votes in the followlng order in New-Jersey:
Repuliican. Prohibltionist, Socialist. Demo?
CUaf of Pollce Hopper is thus quoted hy "The
->-? ehlef ?avs that tr * re ar* no grert diflflcultle*
jn r/ uiv of _. department gettmg evbJenee
?_!_?.? vr.'.atcrs of the law. a* the convictions se
eured heir witne...
The law referred to is that agalnst Sunday
Iquor aelllnc, If H is eaay to get evldence and
c_nv<. nons the ol.l excu.e for inactlvlty no
longer exista. Hitherto the blame waa alwaya
laid at th* door of the grand and petlt Jurlea.
N*. w-.Trr.ev wi. not bolt nelther wffl *?2*2m~*
a free-s'lvrr e_nd:date.-(Ex-Penat_T F. C. Marsh.
Mr. Marsh generally knnws what he ls talklng
tboot Ha has alwaya been in touch with the
thlnklng, self-respectir.g element of the Democ?
racy. and he probably speaks for them.
In the columns of that lumlnous organ of De
mocracy. "The Bayoama Herald." appeared re
cently a poetlcal gem whlch has ao far escaped
th* nottee of the great lltterateurs of the coun?
try. Though signed "Charlea OMalley.' there
|g internal evidence that verscs so aweet. classl
<_1 and artlFtlc. eould have been wrltten by
none other than the dlstingulshed Edltor of
"The Herald." Colonel H. C. Page. There are
eight ver.es in all: here are the last four:
He was a .in, he was a aon
Of hla ?tate.
Ue wa*: he waa a eon,
But to- !?*?!
He wa* a eon; he waa a aon
He wai: he waa a eon
[ With the "rhlno."
i He was a .on: he waa a eon
Of Xew-J*rsey. . .
H* wore a mr.lle: he wore a enule,
Ais.> a karaey.
There wi" com* a aon, a son of a gun,
H* wil*. wln the raoe at a rapld paca,
HIS B0USE8 BURX^ OFTEX.
A Hl'BKEW COLOVY NEAR VIJCELAND PlSTfRBED
Vineland. July 10 .Special).? The inhabltanta of Al
Bance. a Hebrew vlllage about four mlles from Vine
knd. are much exdted over the burnhig of hou.es
tt that plae. early this mornlng, enpposed to have
been the resuk of incendlarism. About 3 o'clock yea
terlay afternoon, the cltlzena noticed that a house
own. 1 by Jo_eph M-acovltz waa on flre. The bla_*e,
whrleh provel to be near a chtmney, waa qulckly ex
_k_B___ad. Two hours later the townfolk were agaln
ItSftted by the cry of fire, and ermoke agaln aroee
from Musoovttz'a buiiding. The nelghbons, led by
John Beekerman. ran into the houae and again put
out the flr*. whlch a*ae ln a cloaet havlng no con
aeotsea with the place of the other flre. About 2
. I ?_ tW* morning the little vlllage waa again
alarmel by cries of flre. The lll-fated _ous* waa
a?M n ablaze. this tlme hopele.sly. together with two
more of Museovttz'e house* nenr lt. Two hou.es
were b_rne<l to th* groun_. t"n1nsured furnlture
belonglng to Josiah Ja^oba a tenant, btk! worth _X)0
was deauoyad Muscovltz's losa ls about J2.3W, hla
Three BMBths ago a flre of euppo_ed incendlary
ofgin oc?"jrr*d ot Alllanc*. The cltlaens of the
village are bitter ae-ai?Ft M'.i.covitz, who, they eay,
_a. mada thelr vlllkge ao dlareputabla rhat they can
tk>: aaa;n have thelr home* In.ured. The local agent,
who ha* tnaured neariv al! of the hou.e. at Alllance.
eaacelled all of the pollclee there lmmedtately on
'neerln. of the flre. When the agent arrlved at Al
llinee tbia rnornlng crowda of Indlgnant cltlzens
aarroooded hls b-if-?r.', an-1 exelaime>l "*l>on't pay
Mrn a eent!" "."'end hlm to prl.on." Muscovltz
ir.ay be ro.ighly handled by the lndignant populace.
PRFPARIXG TO BAXG TWO MEX.
Paui Oer.z and John Maekln. ihe Jersey City mur
<erer* condemned to dle on the gullows next Thura
flay. hava been lnformed of the action of the Hoard
of Parlone ln refu.lng to lnterfere. Both were
praymred tjr the declsion. Mackin recelved the In
telllgence ailer.tly. nnd then nervously paced hla
ML Ger.z a . .'ri .ll.ilayed hi* peculiar bravado.
M was aeemlrrgly hai^y over tho declslon. When
Coun*e:ior Btahr eallad yesterday and lnfiarmed hlm
tbat ha ha 1 not jet abandoned hope, Oenz became
Irrttabie and asked hlm not to lnterfere, declaring
tbat ho wanted IO dle. Counaellor Stuhr would not
1*11 what courae he intends pursulng, but sald he
eoul 1 vl.lt Goverr.'.r Grl.ga to-day. The counsel
for Ma.k'.n artll have a consultatlon to-day. Bherlff
foffey .;.,fa rrof eontem|.lafe any further tnter
"erence. and lf making arrangements for the execu
tion. The haaanaan, \'an Hi_e. wa* snanmoned
[at*r-lay and haJ a long conference wlih the
tICYCI.E POLICEBEB TRY THEIR HPEED.
To '!e:or;,.|ri? the rllers frum the .lersey Clty Po
ke I^ejmrtrient to be ent*red 'n the apr?rojchinR
_>hc. Meycle. races et Coaey i.'nn.i, a eertee of
*ntea!s were iiell yeaterday afrornion on tha
1?y.__. aectloa af tae Uaeaoa Oooaty Boalevard.
In Ihe mile race, fhe course wa* up gra<le from
^'t*t Thlrty aacoad-ot.. to Baltar'a willow Haven
M, at Waoi r.'ty-flr*t-?t. Fourteen member. >.f
a> Jeraey Clly force an-i PatrolaaAa rraderlch i.um
JWar, (f tbe Bayvnne Department, wera the atart
*?? t'r.tri ? ,. thre*-<]>ierter mlle mark, I_imbreyer
*_.e-. Thee .?,- ehoi to ihe front. fit)i*jiin? (lr.-<t
>7 ?x >_.; .hr.-e blocka fni.-f of Pollce Sfnrphy,
>t j.r... | ?? ..:.!..ty b.irrf.i Lumbreyer from
** half-mlla ra< a.
FELLBD HY a liyi: WIBB.
Th.!r_). Palne, thirty-one yeara ol-l, of Xo. -'tl
_*tosaUt-a_.| r?ce;vei a aetrerg sii>-k yastenlajr
***'*? ^a':ltirlg a trolley p^le en Coaam ini|>aw-ave..
*ttt Clty. He tbeuBbtlesaty caught hoi.i of a ilve
J*r" anl ?a_ hur>_ to the groun 1. lfl_ land .v.is
S**?. he rec*ive-l a *<-. -:e acalp wound and >
_i_l"' liiternally. He w... i invcycl to the <'lty
DROWNED IX THE XORTH 1UVER.
"?nlel Haa*. fony year. old, of Xo. VA Xewar't
^?Haboken, was droamed early yeaterday morning
^hHlni off m llghtar, arflilck wa* lylng at th
*a*ur. ;. . ;,, j. ,:?,:_.-n Th* body wns recov
fLL.**'''* noura ..n.r. . ' ???_ removed to ("oroner
!__,*.* -u^gj.. Hju* l*a.. --i,.w ?j?i ihree
GREAT GKOWTH IX A YEAR.
pR<_n_f__Rrrr of the univerbaltst
Torxo PBOPuri uxion.
THB REV. EI.MElt J KELT IIK RUTTlll) l_U_Sl
EMKfT IM BPITI OF HIS HOTMl OTHEB
The annunl convention of the Xatlonal Tonng
People*. Christian T*nlon of the Unlvcrsallst
Church. n..w belng held |n Jersey Clty. opene.1
ye.terdny mornlng with deeotlooal tUtiRlsas dl
raotad hy Mn W. H. McOlauflln. Thla wns fol?
lowed by a dlstussion of the t<>pi.\ "What Can
Wo ?,lve tO the World?" It waa an e_pros_l<>!i ?>f
the views regOTdlag the woil* Of young people in
the church, and many delegates n*era heard.
Th.y .nthiiHiastlcnlly told of thelr niethod of ar
ranglng soclal meetlngs. whlch were a.souroo of
baaeflt to the unlon, an.l fr..m whlch tbe church
had derived a handsome revenue.
Among the spcakcrs was the Rev. T. l-_ W'.se,
Of Vlrglnla, the one colored delegate. He <le
SCrlbed the growth of th* ur.lnn in his State. .le
spite many adverSS COadtttOHB, Ha rald he wa;
deformlned tO attend the convention. and wns
forced to borroar the money wltb whlcb to pay
hls expenses. A hnndsoine COllectlop for hl.
beneflt waa takr-n up whlle the convention heart
ily sang "Atnerlca."
Xatlonal Secretary Canfleld read the annual
report. lt showed that otoeteen Stnt<- untona,
repreaentlng _iti loeml unions. ha.l reported. In
addition there were six lndependent local unions.
The Xatlonal unlon has 7.471 actlve members,
2.2K3 assoclate an.l .">42 afflliiitcd or honorary
members. a total membership of l0.4.tS. The
gain since June 1 of last year has been .'i,248. ln
the unions there are 3.SK4 who are members of
tlie church, and 600 have Jolned the church ln
the cursc of the yoar. The amount of money
expended by the unb.ns for the church durlng
the year waa $0,021 1..; for charity, 9040IS] for
mlssionaries, $1,_*_.__>; for other purposes,
$4,21.. making a total of $14,1S??73. The num?
ber of pages of Universallst literature dlstrlb
utcd wns 144,<_.2; sets of mlsslonary envelopea
taken, 2.03H; number of "Onwards" taken, 2.364;
number expected to attend the Natlonal conven?
tlon, 042. The newest accossion, he sald, to the
unlon was a braneh that haa beeh organlzed ln
The National treasurer, H. M. Fowler, pre
sented his annual report. The total recelpta
were fT.0-08-. and the expenditures were to
general fund. $2,34_64: mission fund, $1*17 G9;
pnsto_.ee misslons, $-.J.*_J; Atlanta buiiding
fund, $30 40; onward. $32; total. $3.495 32.
Intense enthusiasm and unanlmlty prevalled
durlng the electlon. The Rev. Eln>er J. Feit. of
Tacoma. the prosldent, who had held the offlce
for two terms. endeavored to make a speech de
clining the electlon, but he was again noml?
nated. The delegatea Interrupted hlm by ap?
plauae and singlng. and cries of "Say yes."
He urged them to elect aome one more centrally
located. as he was llvlng 3.<_HJ mllea away.
The conventlon refused to accept hls decllna
i tlon, and he was re-elected by a standlng vote.
I He accepted the honor tn a brlef speech.
The same enthusiasm waa shown in the re
electlon of Secretary Harry L. Canfleld and
I Treasurer Harry If. Fowler. There was a
I splrited eompetitton over the selectlon of the
| Executlve Hoard. Miss Mary -Anders.n. of
Akron. Ohlo, and Rufus I.each. of Somervlllo,
Mas... were elected for two years, and Mi.s
Jennle Ellls. of Rhode Island, and tbe Rev. E.
Q. Mason. of Hlghtstown, X. J.. for one year.
After the electlon the convention adjourned
for a tour of sight-seclng about New-Tork. The
session to-day wlll begln with the devotlonal
exerclses at 8 o'clock this morning, and tba
business session wlll begln at 0 o'clock.
DEPUTY POSTMASTER VXDER ARREST.
HB WAS IN CHARGE OK THB OFF1CE AT BHORT
IIILI.S VNDER JAMES R. PITCHER.
George B. Jenklns, who ls deputy po*tma*ter at
Short Hllla. where Jamea R. Pltcher ls postmaster.
la under a_re_-t. Poslofllc. Inspector Lev.is ma.ie
the arrest on a charge of defalcation. The post
offlee la a thlrd-clas* one. Recently the . ilary was
redu.od. from J1.500 a > e?r to J1.4O0. The grx-atcr
portion of the patronage of tho postofhee oomes
from the I'nlted States Xtirserles, which nre close
by. and of whlch Mr. Pltcher ls a stoekholiler, the
bustness belng- eonducted undor the flrm name ot
Pltcher & Manda. The offlce transacts buslnen*
averaging nbout $250 a week. Jenklns ha.l a salary
of $10 a week, anu was in sole control of the offlco
for Mr. Pltcher.
What the basls of the charge of defalcation ls ls
not known. Mr. Pltcher does not know, and
nelthpr does hls pereona.1 representatlve at Short
Hill* John B. Candy. The flrst elther of them
heard of tho mntter waa wh. _ the inepector in
formed them he was golng to arrest Jenklns. The
Inspector wlll make a full investlgatlon, and wlll
r-port next week. Jenklns ls ln the Kssex County
THEY TBREW HIM IX TBE RTVER.
PERHAPS JAMES I>EAN, OF BLOOMFIELD. WILL
NOT WALK WITH STRANGE GIRLS AGAIN.
Bfoomfleld, July 10 (Speolal).?James Dean, a well
known charaoter about town, araa tho vlcilm laat
nlght of a Joko such as ls ofton heard about, but
aeldom carried out successfull... lle was taking hU
eu-stomary w_lk along Glen-ave.. ln the evcnHn...
whan a woll-dressed glrl paseed him. She smllr-d
slyly and he walked along with ber. They were
ab-Ut to slt down in the park, when a crowd of boy*
and young men rushed In, pounced u.x.n Dean and
thre_v hlm Into the rlver. Wnen b* cHambacad out
thev threw hlm in again. The "glri" meanwhile
divwrted hersolf of the rilk dres* and other borrowed
plumage, and was recognlzed l.y Dean as Henry
Joseph*. one of the boya. 1. ean says he wlll have the
wh_.l? crowd arresiied.
TEXXIS AT EXGLEWOOD.
THB FIELD CMTB'8 rNVITATION' TOl'ItNAMEXT
PRODL'CES SOME EXCEU.ENT OAME3.
Englewood, July 10 (Speclal).?An Interestlng
match is belng played on tho elght court of the
Englewood Field Club, and if tha good weather
contlnues tho flnala will be played to-morrow after?
The matchea are conflned to men's slngles and
doubleB, and most of tho conteatants are from tho
Moirlstown, Flushlr.g, Orange anJ Englewood
ciubs. A very handsome silver cup has been
donated by J. Wyman Jones of Englewood, ;o
be awarded to the wlnner of tho singles. It is
already apporent thal the trophjf Will be cnrricl
away by one of th* visitors. The one drawback is
the Bbsancs of women players.
Tho reeults of games thus far have been as
Sl:iaTle*--rreIlmlnury rosad ?'? D. Parbea, M-.rrl*t..wn
F r beat B. 11. Fell, Fluahlng A. C li I, C- 4. H. V.
uirtt* Englew'.sl F. C, b-at J. Andrew*, Enslewood
F f' by .lefauli, 9, B. Bagva, orange F C, baal II.
Sl'del Btorrtatowa P. <". by oafault; B. Howard, Bew
Vork'T <". beat II. Ward. K'-utli nnuigo P. >'. 1,
fault Flr*t mund- H. Hefts te-at A. H. Oladwin, l.iude
traed9 C 7 :. ?; :'. P. I' Hagu. beat A, Duryee,
FnclewixKl F. CL. ? - tt. 0-2. ??ti ''? '- Bogwt, ilrh
in? A ?' be?t II. Howard. g --'. 8 ... O. ll Mllea,
s.uth Oransa 9. C. i?ai C. Feiiew*. g-g, B?l: C.
CruBin New-TorS T. C, beat II. tt. Doaghty, Engle?
wood 9. C. 0--0. a-3.
S'r.Ble*--Mrst ri.un.l ? Forbea beai ?'? U B'alton, 0 '>
a fl- W P. Henlrk b-at F, II BwartOBI, M. 9. ?'.. by
riefai'ilt. 9. A. Flich.ner. Brgtorood P. C^be.1IW ttylt
u i e?J Second rr.un'i Port**. bent lietis. s i., . ...
Huai beat Boaert. by defanlt; Mllea beai M'-rriak. by
defauli; ^Igenbeat Pllehlner. 8 4.8 I. Thlrd rosad
. Mllea' beai cralgen, ??4", ? X
ramhlM preHmlnary roand Betta nnd Doughty, E. P.
,? , I'eil ..nd Bogert, Plaahlas. I 8.8 I. Ol.dwln
??.. V'uryee l". F. .'.. bBBl llnflue BBd K>!e. OraSge,
li a. a -*
iwui.v.- rir-t rup.l-Oriaita ""'I r'.nnitii l.eat Herrlrh
and Note 8 1. B '?? Mllea aad .'aadeikler beat Porbea
iinl P.lterwa .'? T. ? -* g-4V
?eeond round Mllea end Vwderi i-f beat tiuryta aad
riniv , fl 4 '?'? ?. T?6. Cralgra and Howard beai
This ellmlnatsa all the Knglewood players,
m ke. Mllea the probable wlnner in b itn alngjea gnd
doublea. A dsnei will be glron l ealght, arlta muela
l,y Ol.aawann'i Orchestia.
IESSIE S( llRIEHEirs II SERAL.
rsisabeth, Juna ?0.-Ths fimrral af Ji ??-:??
S,.),rle',ee Iho ses-enteen-y.-.r-oM glri wli .se body
m i foaad oa ths CssafN llallrosd traeaa ea Tasa
dnv Blfbt, agtoi ll aad baaa aaaaglsd by aeveral
ttalns, took pCSOS at Oraoe Chur li t .- l..y.
Then w.is b blfl erowd la arttnesa lha fui l
Th.. meml-cie of the Oln's l'rlendiv BxAOtf Bf Ora ??
Church of wh: h lha dead glrl arsa a mambsr. tr
twulMl the funen.l In a body. Th. aarrtesa In lha
chtirch w.n- rltorl. aba Eptooopsl aervlee belng read
by rhs itev. i>r. Henry Hi.ie Wterpos Tha barlaJ
i-'.s a.i BvarsTreen Cematery.
v,Tn' (' r...i/: - Inquest w.ll begfn on Monday. In
Moad of Tu sdsy, aa al llrsl aspected, s; vm-al - f
,i.,. jiirym.n snd .t.e Coroasr foond li w..ui l be rnoi
!,,..-'fen. fu ihem M Ml on Monday, sa ihs dsis
wi* chang.ll. AJ vet ihci- haa i>-?-i aswoluteii ??
5 - liMowu on ths ?aa Tlie poU a waflhBj
Kworh irylng to tind oui what brooghtthe fjrljo
DEMOCRATS IX DI8TRE88.
BRYAN'S NOM1NATIOX RF/'EIVED WITH
fxr:EHa-(;AR_:irT a. hobart makes
AN APT Ql'OTATlOX WHKX HE
1IKA11H THE XEWS.
Patersett, Jtdy 10 (gpniai) Qsusl a. iionart de
psrted thla e\-nlng for Bluff Polnt, on the *hore? of
Lako Cbaaaplaln. wh. re he propore* to re.t for the
___.! two week*. He was accompanl.d by Mr*.
Hobart and Carrrt, Jr.
Mr. Robafl bad Ju*t toaraod of the Democratlc
nonilnuti.m. He waa aillbetBBl. nnd declared that
n Repoblican vlctory waa certaln. He refuaed te
dlsCUSa Ihe plntform further than to SjoaU slgnlfl
oantly, "Whom tba goda woold deatroy, they flrst
m*?ke m_ I."
The baHettns announ.lriB th.- Tionilna'ion of Bryan
for President WSr. re.vlve.i with /rowls and MMatl
by i<vai Deaaoerato. Proaalaenl ;>-a?ier* coottmM to
repudtata the plal.'orrn .ir.'* th* nomlnee. Th. an
noanoaaaeat of the nomlnatl-n waS marked here by
an . scrociaitagly fanay Inddeat, which i_ regar.ie.i
to bettlag m. n a_ an omen of eertala dlsaater. "Th.
Pateraon Quardlan" ofRce. at Broadway and Wash
lnrton-_t., waa ?urrotro-ed bi a larga crowd <<f
bifeir.e.H men, r.-a.llna bulletln* aad varying the
n._notot;y by denounclng the Anarchlstic g-itherlr.g
at Chlcaao, Th. ralalna of the flag in honor of tbe
nomlnatlon araa regarded ln allenoa, untll it wai
haule.l to tbe peak, wh'-n a ?heer StOSe, for It ha.l
been hotated unlon .l..-.\n. sa a di*tre*t r.lgnal.
It waa betleeed that th- peper h*.l renouaced the
Popullat candidate wh. n th. boy in .-harge wa* secn
pulllng franti.aliy ?t th. flag, endeeverlag to lewer
the . tisign. The crowd re.-ogr.ixe.l ?he .It.uation aml
A CHALLENOE To THE LEADERS.
EM-Kg COfNTY DBHOOATIC <"M1U TTEE RATI
KlhlS WtVAN'S NOMINATK >N.
Whlle Allan MeDanaoM ahd hl* confreres, who
i are In atf.n.lanco on th. Dcmxratie Conventlon,
; Were refuslng to take part ln the proceedlngs. the
' membera of tlu- Bsaea Oounty Democratlc Commlttee
I met In Xewark and hel.i a ratifloatlon meetlng. Can
OOfl were flr.-l and apeeohas were made ln honor of
the n .mination of Mr. Ilryan.
Thla action of the commllteo Is taken by Xewark
i Democrat* a* nn ip.llcatlon that nn attempt wlll be
j made to read .McD.rmo.t and S. natir Smlth. who
| oboyed rhe Instmetion.. of the 8tate Conventlon, a
I lc.son. What th. leaders wlll <lo on thf.r return ls
a matter of COBsMereMe speculatlon. The enthu*!
asm of Xewark Democrata ia.t nlght was of a
weak order. espe.-i.illy wh.n contrasted with that
manlfe. ted over tho nomlnatlon of (>veland four
THEY WILL NOT SUPPORT THE TICKET.
MORRlSTOIVNf PEMOCRATS TALK OT A THIRT.
PARTT OR A BiiLT T<) MKINLEV.
Morrtatown, July JO (Spec.aH. -Little or na in?
terest has been taken by Democrat* here In the
work of the Chlcago Conventlon. Tho erowds that
watched the bulletlns as they came in were eom
posed almost entlrely of Republlcans, the Demo?
crats not taking enough tntereat in tho matter
to.even walk to the telegraph offlce to get the re
When the announcem?.'i.t came that Bryan ha.l re?
celved the nomlnatlon a number of the moet pn.m
in- nt I>emocrats were eeen, and almost wlthout ex
ceptlon they .ald that th.>y would not .upport
the non_nat_on on the platform adopted. Some
were In favor of a thlrd tlcket, and other* sald
that they would voto for McKinley. The Demo?
crats say that this was not a Democratlc conven?
tlon, and that lt .* not a party Issue but almply
boneaty agalnst dlaboneety.
DISSATISFIED WITH THE PLATFORM.
NEWARK MMOCHATg INDORSB THE ACTION OF
THB NEW-JER.EY PELEGATION.
The a-t'nn of the Dstaocrafbl Cnventlon provoked
much unfavoruble comment from members of the
party ln Newark yesf.-r-lay. W_1> many of
them were retlcent aa to wheiher or not they would
bol-t the tlcket, others declared ln uncprlvoral terme
that tbeg couid aot eonstatently support a fr-e
silver c*i.i. lldtit., nor vote for h il'-ket whoee _/nt
f.rm raaks wRh lepttdtaeion, popo__m m_i anarr-hy.
Intervteers with s niimhw of prominent Detnocnrto
."lly-Aulltor Kunyon.?It's a long tlme unt'.l ele<>
Uon, and it'.. fofly to pcoanoatlcata what Jeraey
Democrats a* a party wlll do ul_>iit giving th.
tlcket th.-ir auppOlt, It looks __- lf they were golng
to su|vrt h.
Enos Runyon. It wonMn't be so bad lf they wouM
nomlnate a falr can ii l Me. araa ..n a silver platform.
Hut wh.-n tbey went so far a* to rejeet Hill f.r
temporary chalrman. tbey were rnbbtng lt ln.
Samuel K'.ota -Vou >.n say th'.s much, that lf
McKlnley l* aected, lt wlll be <>n a<.-count of tho
t.r.ff, an.l not on tho flnanclal queettan. Hut I don't
iA-f li-.w say rcllef for tbe ln>-.ib). we al*. rt-o\-g
niz.-, ie lo c .me fr-.m free ailvi-r.
Barnuel KaHech. -The platform ls dlametrlcally
opposied t-> Democratlc prlndplea, an.l go.* . . far
as t-. be rrmSutkmary in some of tt* prorlatona
I cann- t see how any Democrat of SOtind l'le_s can
?>e bound to Indoras th. platform or *uppirt the
can Hdate nomdnated <<n lt.
G.n.-ral 1 .ume.-I am for gi'A tbrougb and
through, an.l have fre<iuently state>l my tntultranc*
of fr.-e silver.
leaepb M. Byrnea?1 w_l unquaHfledly assert thit
unl. r<* m<?ro Indueemewts tor fre# silver shall be in?
troduced, I _m beerttiy agalnat it.
CHy-Attorney Jobnaon. Im a beMsrsr ln the at
tltiiilf of tbe New-Jersey deltgatton in w.?rklng for
g.-J. As to Jei.ey's ref.isal to take i?rt in tho
rtommatlon of t)-..> candidate. 1 havo mthln . to say.
As.1-.tant Olty Att .rney lU-ggs Efavtag rlews
h'fstlle to silver I -lon't s.^e that there I* anythlng
out of the way ln the Jeraey Demoora'ts' refuwil to
take part ln tne nasntnatlon of a candidate on such
a platform. I supposs that a B-SiorHy of the party
in thi* Stato wlll ..upport the tl.ket.
TRKXTO.V DKMOCRAT.1 APATHETIC.
Trenton, July lt.?There were 1. *s than a score of
per.ona about the difTerent bulletln-boards to-day
when the nomlnatlon of Bryan wa* announced.
There wa* no demonstratlon here to-nlght, *o?le
thing thni has not happened bef.ire on the nlght of
a Democratlc Natlonal nominatlon since the war.
HIS FLAG AT HALF-MAST.
?IONIFIOANT ACTION OF A r>EMOCRATIl* EPIToR.
niaalialll. July 10?When the new* of the nomina-'
tlon of W. J. Bryan at Chlcago was recelved thi*
afternoon. the flag over the buiiding occupled by
"Tho X<w-Jer*ty llerall," the only Democratlc
paper here, was lowered to half-maat. and continued
to llutier there for the rest of the day.
Dr. Keiner, the editor, when asked what hi* vlew*
on the nomlnatlon were, eald that the posltion of
tho flag lndlcated tliem.
MOTORMAX LOST II18 HEAD.
rtl.I.ED THE KEVEHSE LLVER AND SENT THB
CAR IN FIlONT OF A W1LD . ABOOSB.
Orange, July 10 (Speclall.?There waa a dOSS call
this morning from a terriMe accldent on tbe gubUT
ban Traction Company'a llne nt the Cone-st. cros*
lng Of the Detaware, I.a.-kawanna and Western
Rallroad. Car Xo. Id bad Ju. t cro?_e.i and the
gatea bad been lowerad beblnd it for the pnssage af
a fic-it-hc. eabooae. arbteb was cotulug down on the
piib- traok. Tba cooduotor atgnallsd to go ahead,
bat tbo motorman lost liis hesd, and ln Home :in
explaleed way poltod tbe bandle of the reveras
lev.-r ai h-* i H the power on, sendtng ihe car cra_h
ing Ihi Klgh tho K.iuth gate. lt ran on the tra.-k
directl] in from of the approachlna eabooae. Tne
brakeman by hard >\?rk aucceeded ln stopping the
cabo -% b< fore it craahed into tbe trolley-oar, >>ut
the dosen ?r m. ne paseeagera in it were tarrl.ly
DEXTIBTB TO HOLD A MEETIXG.
Tlie .-.r.rmal meetlng of tlie Alumnl Assoclatlon of
tha New-York College <>f Denttstry wCI be held to
day in the i?rlor* of Dr. Wllllam 11. Mllohell. of
w.st Klgbtb-st., Bayonne.
Durlng the cllnlc to take pla.-e lu the afternocti
Hr W. B. Walker. of Pas.. Chrlstlan, Ml**., wlll
exhtblt hls recently laeented artlcatator; Dr. w. L
Kish. of Nearark. artll dlaplay ala new aj>purati;_ to
r.-iain t.etb loosehed by tartar; Dr. W. C. Dsana
wlll ahow w'he.-.i'. invention forcataphoresl*, snd
Dr Mitch.-ii wiii exhtbii nuateroas dentlstry deelces.
He Wlll aleo -l-.v.r .1 tl.-.l* on lrrogular tertb.
?rhlte l?r Oeorge A. Hra.lfor.l. of Hayonr.e. wlll
?hon i patletil arlth rar* *upernutnerjr dentttloa.
?,?..,. -.-. clntloti ar.d lt.-. gueeta artll d'ne ln the even- ,
mg at Ibe Hn-.r-l-b- Hotel, on the Kill-von-Kui:.
D18CBARGED FOR LACK OF FMDEXCF.
Rlcbard ncbelaara, af Ne no purk-ave.. Ho
I : en tbe 'longahoreaaan who ?.vd* arrest-d on sus
pldon .-f kneartag e.met.lng abjur th.- r.-c-nt rob- i
l.,.ry of J".."|0 from a safe !:i Knp. rlntenl-nt A.
Badenbaoaea'a eaVe on the Hamt>-_rg pier. <._i wh.>
was C mmitted to tba county Jall fo enable the
ii i...kr: pollca to arorb up a caaa agalnst him. has
been dli harg*?l by Proeeeutor Winfleld becauae aa
../i,'. . haa been prodace_ lo .how thnt he w..?
m _nv way connected with too robbeo
Tbe companj haa offered a reward of _M0 for
__} datw Uon of tba thlef ..r thlevea.
THROWS ol T AXD Hls BOBB BROEEX.
MerrlStOWa, July M (Speclal) -Aa .'harlea Morgan
nnd blr. daughter, of Newark, wer* drfrtag down
Miill.-ot.-avi- thl_ mornnig bla horae. a splrlted anl
? il, tOOk frlgbt nnd dashed Into a tree by ihe read
_tde Tba ahed. of the colHsloa tbrew Mr Morgaa
and in. daughter anl "nd arresked tbe buggy. Iftas
Mar___a aaceped with a few hralaaa. t>ut Hr Meraaa
Ml on hl* be?d anl .hould-r. snd atru.-k hl* (aee
a.aiiit a ?tone hr._k'n_ . I* nore. Pr. Douftoa wa*
ealU : and made him .oii--.rti_l.i_r enou_h to go lo
_,'._ h.imf. '*>'? ttfrtuv"
NOT GUILTY OF POISONING.
AUOUIT OLENKTN ACQUITTED OF TRTING
TO KILL HIS nROTHEU.
I'ltAiTHAi. JUBBBd rnoiiAHT.Y nUACBB tiib mr
I'OSEn PthtfOM IM THB mii.ic AWD baVFt
TIIE TUBBATEMTJia KawTTataV
Pateraon. July M utflBllaD - August Glenkin.
ekaiBSd wlth Sttsnipttag to polsnn hls brother.
Frederlck Olealda, aad artth writtng a threatenlng
letter. atgasd "Knlchts of Mercy." was examlned ln
Speclal Sessions this afternoon and dlscharge.l.
The ca>v ende.l ao abruptly that the mystery was
i.ot clearrd up effectlvely, but It Is evldent that
pra'tlc.il Jokers wcrked upon the fears of b..;h
hrothers, ani, BldSd Py a pseudo medlcal student.
made them mor'al enemles. When AaflBM Ulcnkln
was tak?n to Jail yesterday he refused to BSOSpl
ball, ar.l asked only that he have a speedy trlal.
He has been fearful of assassinatlon stnee the great
ribbon strlke two years ano. wh.-n. wlth hls blQtbST
Pred. he opsrstsd B loom at the Strange mlll. prov
rg hlms.'lf an expert ribbon-weaver. He received
nrittm noiice that he was a mirki-d man. and he.
hns slnc? been a monomatila-j on the subj.ct of An
In Mrs. Klchmann's boardlng-hous*, where the
brother?! Ilve. are |WS practtcsl Jokers. Fred
lilenkln an 1 John (Jlenkln w-re told that August
BBd JOtoed ? baad of An.irchlsts and was studying
exploslves. The two brother-. WSW WBteMag each
other constantly, wh*n Lena Mlller. Fred's sweet
heart, saw a man rcsembllBg August take the cover
from the mtlkpall, throw B08M sowder Inalde aad
dlsappear ln August's room. She could not swear
it was August in court to-day, but sho said the
milk had g bitter tasie. gbs admltted, ou CIOSS aa>
aminatlnn. that she had thrsatensd ta "ilx" Augu.t
If he dld not mlnd his own business.
Wh.n Fred wa. called to the star.d he swore that
he had fhe milk analyz.d, and that ?'arl Apel. the
cherr.lst. had told him It COBtStflSd orsentc. Apel, a
nervous fellow, said he had studi.d medlclne two
years at a Oerman college, but had lately been
working as a harncss-maker under Fred denkin
at the Htill mlll. He sroaM not swear that he found
ar.enle. although he dsscrtbed three tests, and BSld
he had SBCarsd a brown pr.clpitate. uwual where
arsenlc Is agsssnt Connsellor Kandall took Apel ln
hand. and he l.e.-ame painfully confnaed.
"Was ihere water in the milk you analyzed. ,
asked the lawyer.
"Xo, slr," replled the witness.
"What!" crlel Mr. Kandall. as lf astonlstted.
"Well. Jtut a llttie hlt." faltered the "-xpert.
"Will you swear that lt wasn't precipltate, of
ehalk that you found ln the 'nlik?" demanded Mr.
Kandall. .. ., ,
"I sroa't swear anythlng; I m not a medlcal au?
thority." atiswered Apel.
Miss Mlller was rscsllsd. "Will you swear tt wa.
not the mllkman you saw put someihiiig In tho
milk?" she was asked.
She would not swear positlvely. She dld not
"We re.t." cried Connsellor Kandall.
Julge Hopper was not aattsfted, and heard A.?
sletant ProaecutOT Shnw's motlon that the case go
over for one week with evident favor. Counasllor
Kandall Insisfed that the case vas oloaad, nnd the
Court formaily discharged the prlaoasr as not gullty.
JERSEY CITIB8 AXD TOWXS.
Thenesa Crenucacla, slxty years old, a rag
picker, was badly bltten by a large Xewfoundlarul
dog relonglng to PatrVk Murphy, of Xo. 161 Pussalc
ave., yesterday. The brute selzcvl the woman by
tii" oatf of the I^g nnd tOTS the flesh away. The
woman wns sent in ar. ambulanc.j to her home, Xu.
Jam.-s Fitap.it rlck. ntnstSSn years old, and Frank
O. Jobnson, twenty, wero arrSOtod near Wuverly, at
mldnlglit Frlday, on ssusplcion of huvlng stolen a
horse und wag.n belonglng to Jcseph BadgSS, llving
on Fiallngjhlljnaan BTS They were taken to Ellza
bsth, atwra HsdajSS yesterday i.i. ntlflel the rlg and
the. men were turned over to the Xewark poilce.
The eomplefed rr-turns of the BChOOl oanaaa ln Xew?
ark were flled yeaterday. The - ensus by wards Is
School chlMren. Foptirat'.on.
Flrst Ward. MBJ 13.011
Berond Ward. tl 124 1X848
Thlrd Wnr:. MH l'.i.Ho
K'rtirth Ward. LBM 11.242
Fifth Wanl. 3..VW 18.881
hlith Ward. MBg 14.773
Soventh Wanl. 4.4.M 13.4TB
Blghth Wanl. &f43 ?.814
Nlnta Ward. UtlJ lO.fJJB
Tenth Wanl. 4.IMH 18.388
Blevanth Wnr-l. XM 1.....U2
Twelfth Ward. 4.BM U.BBT
Thlrtee.iTri Wnnt. ?.?! IB.BOJ
F...r.-enth Ward. B.418 JABJB
Flfteenth WarJ. 1,188 118**
Captain Thomaa B. O'Xelll, of Company D, 4tb
Keglmont. hee tendored hls lastgnaHnn. Ho re
Plgned abmit a year bOCauSB of ill-health. but re
covere.1 and was re-eleoted. Ht says hls milltary
dutlee Interfere wtth hls bostnesa
The ev1den<<e ln fhe suit of Dr. J< hn Everlft
Bgslast Dr. Jumos Wllklnson, eJoogd yesterday after
nc.n and the case will ls? given tO the jury on Mon
dav ' More tesrflmony was sddueed to sh.rw that
Dr" WHklnaon'a mlnd has te^-n diaeased for a long
time For ths plalntiff aeveral druggteta were ex
amlri.'d to show that I?r Wllklnson hiid ghren many
PT?*crii>tlons since Janimry 1, lSM.
Two men SBSIS foural MdlBg >"hlnd the ultar of
<*t ivter's R-.man Catholi.- i*liur.-h Inte Thuraday
rauVla snd WOTS arrsstad. The prls-mers. who reg
Mered as Robert Reach. of Hartford, andJobn
Kellv of Jersey OMy. w-re yesterday eonSBaKtad to
Jail tor thlrty da>-s each.
T1i? Flnnnce Commlssi.ir.ers nnl the Stroet nnd
Water Commls-lnncr* had ? OOnrersncs r>n TIiutn
d-iv nlirht ,'ib>ut The water supply quest'on. Xo
di-tmiteraorlon waa taken. but [ha aerstlflrwnt w-as
?in? the :>id of the Delaware and Kudson Company
wlU be rstjoetsd aad tha Board wiu rsadrartlsa for
TRAP 8BOOTIN0 AT ELKWOOD PARK.
CAPTAIM MONEY ANP Q_D_?UM_ rLT*H!lKltI.ET OO
SOMI* HHMAKKAIILY OOOD WOHK.
Jjong Brancb, July 10 (8peol.nl) -The EtkWOOd
Park Pieka-laary Haadtoap wa* shot thla afternoon
nt BUtWOOd I'ark. 'Phe condltlons of tbe . hoot were:
Flft'een t -rda, Hl entrance. flfty yards* boundary.
handtoap rha*. money to hlghe_t ten guns.
Tlv-r- were ten < onte_tant_, eight of the number
shoo-tlng to a flnlsb. Fred Ifo.y wlthdrew on the
twwtfth round nnd A. C. Snowiey on ihe tbirte. nth.
T'ie handicap reanJted ln a Ue between <'uotain tt.
I ' _fon< y .m l Oi- .r_<- OubbeH ?>, each grazmg every
blrd. Tne pu?e was dlvided. Tln- .uinmarle*
Y.Ha. Kllled. Mlsard.
Oe?r_e Ci.t.t#rley.9 j*
Captaln Money.? ? J
K Chapla .g " *
I. W. l-rl.-e .B . _
"?? ?? ,,r1"'.:::;::::::::::? !_ i
.!I7 12 a
.2.. lo n
II. lf. -Inger.
In the Hweepstake eOBtesta, Daly, .1. K. Green and
n Kuaer dlvided money in a miss and out . we. p
at' $_ a rldc hv.- Mrda ln tha Baal event there
were flve ties. Tbe tles were shot off ln a _! saresp,
whlch was won by (bapln.
HE POURED OIL OX THF BMBBBB.
Passalc. July 19 (gpeolal). -kftohael Ree. twenty
four years o'.d, who.e home ls at oxford. was f,-_r
fully burned ihls mornlng at D.-lawai.na. Xee is
the englne.-r of B Put.-rson flrm that Is slnklng a
well for Worthen A Aldrl.-h. This mornlng at iJO
o'.-'.ock wbea be attompted to atart a Bra In ths en?
glne he bad *ome diilbuity ln gettlug the Bre to
l.urn. and pourel a guantlty of herosens oil on ihe
emotttdertng euabera The ?\\ l_aaasd___aly Igattod,
_?.-! a tlnme epran . up. aettlag Hr- to bla clotblng.
H_ aoreaaia for help attracted na ettontlon, owlag
to the early hour. By rolilag over aad over on the
ground he tinally .xtln_ul-_.d the tlame_. Hls
right arm and alde wer* fTlahtfully burned. He
w_> found an hour later by hl* feUoW-WOrkmSO anl
taken to the hoapltal.
TIlF FIRXITI RF SA1LFD AWAY.
M.it iwan, July 10 (Speclali?About thre.- months
ago J. M HltohlngSi >f Rew-York. reatsd tne Pa.
vi:t>n. on* of tbe tavmaat hotsta ln Keyport He
p_rs_ns_y 11 .u eharga and aeenw 11 ba proaparlng
!_.*?. night a atraage -loop waa toaded arlth furnt
ture lr tn tho betfl "nd fllentiy sarl.l away. L.
It W'al.lng. one of Hlt.-iit _V* eredltor.. t >-<lay pro
curod *n attachment nnd proceeded ai once ro Hr-rv.
lt Hltcblnga'* ci.-am launch ?*??< found losded with
fi rn't r.- and readj to -ab Th? eonatab.e detained
it tttaebaani ui_-?n atterhaaenl followed, bul th.ro
:_ little ;?fi t. aatt-f) clalnaa
t'AUGIIT SPRIXKLIMi TACR.S.
Jalhta Bbnaaa, *ixteen yeara old. ?nd m* brother
Henry, tblrteen yeara oM. ef Ro. IM Iswett-ave.
iereey <*i:\. arera -i-teeted yeaterday aprtakllns
teek* on the Boulevard to punctare ti'e tir-_ ol
bi. ycle*. Thejf were held fcr mjllc!ou_ ini_.-hl.-i
DRAGGFD RY A COW.
JS-Ob Kbfer. an oll mon. 9Ttt !?-.. Img a < ow In |
iiirfV-1 i-ave. Jersry <*:ty, Thursday tvsnlng, The
eo? Btarted ts run .n.i Klefsr*! i?-g* u>r.> saogfci !
ln ihe r..|..-. ai.d he Vfl th:. wn lowa ar.d dragged ,
for a long dlatance. H-- w >? reaasved to hla home
-. ..... 19 LinJun ave. 11 * InJiirlea are a-iioua 1
'A MAN OF THE PEOPLE.
QAJIRBT A HOBAHT'S Dl'TCH ANCB8TOR8
AXD THEJR PART IN NEW-JERSEY
The Rev. Theodoro W, Welles, of the Second Re
formed Church, Paterson, contrlbutes to "The
Prces" of fhnt clty fhe followlng genealogleal atudy
ut tho Repui llcxn candldate for Vlce-PretlderU:
Mr. Hobart I. the deacviularrt of ancer?tor? who, for
jreiwrvit ons r '.mhlng back to the carly settlement of
rlant Jeraey, have been adenaMM wlth the deveiop?
ment ;ind proaparlty, and have coritrlbut.il litrgeiy
to the growth and good name of the State. Mr.
Ilohart'a far her, Addtaoa W, HoKirt, was a Ncw
HBgSand Yankee, who, early In llfe. came to Mon
tii.-utii County, x. J., as a school teacber. II* sui>
sKilueritly e*.*t',ibitieri<*l a g.-nernl meraanttle. burinean
at Marlboroiigh, a small hatolet about four mlle.
north af cv Mflags of Freonoid, where h. iivexl
until Ws death, astsi mad and rwpeeted by hls nelgh
N.r-*, s man of Influence ln the communlty, a statu-h
DagBOCrat tba grmter part of h!s llf<?, an BCdSf in
?he Kefortned Chiir-h. known sa tho Old Brlck
<"hurch. rh<> fourth church of Ihe Reformed fallh
organlaed in the Sta;. . and a daaSgaoa in i*S4 to the
<J*?i??ru.i Sgncd of the Reformt.i I hurch in Amerlci
in m . io.i it Orand Rupl.l., Mlch. Mr. Hobart's
in itber araa Sophia V.in Derveer, a wi.rn.in of rrratiy
e*>tlmable qualrtiee of disposltlon and cIlBJBuBBf, rul
iiist hor h matSaaad ndth iwitlemt lendernesa and
nrayerfully eodaavsrtog fo train inr famlly ln tbe
fOSr .' bhe I/onl. For several ySSffl prevton. to her
d?\uh, arhlch occurred In 1SM,' sho aas an actlve
rnember of Bbe Woman's chrlstian Temperance
Unlon of M.in-moith County, and dled Ismaatod. n?H
e.ly In her home but by a very large ctrcle of ac
qusin aacea aod frlends.
II la through hls mother, a Van Dsssssr, tha>t Mr.
Hobart 1* id'.-ntlfied with t'he od Dutch f inllles of
X> n-Jainey. Th.- V.m D?*rvcers of Hatlaad have
'.'..'' 1 the rank of OOUBta of the BatavlaV) Kfuubllc
f...- ths last fcur c nturies. hut fhe Van Derveers of
. Amertca have astSSBBad It th<> MadaBSt honor to h.4d
th<- rank .,f cltizens of the I'nltel gtaxes. aad havo
i ?\>-r t>es?n too democtntle ln oplnlon and s-nttrrvoiit
I ti s-.-k to enrablleh klrshlp wi;h the Mtlel artatoc
' racy ot th" F.itherlarvd. In tmrtng Mr. Hoba-rt's
Dtatchr pi?!lirree we aro oafftsd bark to the firet Van
| Derveer 'hat flteppod upon Amerlcan soll, ani ilrsl
: Ma sneostry almost entfrety umonK 'he aturdy roa.
m.iriry whose labor has made Xew-Jei.-y ihe Oar
OornoBiia Janse Van Derrssr, the ilrst to bear the
namo ln Araerloa, emisrratod ferlv ln 1*S8, from
.Vkmaur of Xorth Hollard. In the sthlp O'Jdod Otter
aod brought wlth him BUtnctent money to purchase
S farm in ths town of Flatbush. Kln?s I'ounty, X. Y.
Through tho. g<?>d will of hls r.eighhors. he was
Majrlstmtatif the town In 1678-SO, aad hls iinme ap
pear< ln, *he pitcnt gran-te?l the lnhehltarts of
Frath i.<rh by OoVernor Thomas Doaaan ln 1085. He
m ir-.rld Trvnile L'o Man le-.ille. a daughter of Oilcs
l> M.ir. l-viie oi.d Bale Hendrleka rhs aaosatars of
i.i>. MaadevtUe Parntltes <>f Pompton, X .1.
Iv.mtnieu. Von Derveer, the thlrd chlld but second
?"n of forneiins Janse Van Deireer aad Ttyntts
1>" Mindevll'e. waa born at P*atbUSh ln 1?79. and
there raatded until hs death In 17."5. havlng servevi
the C*Otnntonwealth as Liherlff ln 17W. He mirrie,|
Mirla M.irg-irvt Van Orteck. or Xoortlyck. a young
woman from Holland. of whom there ls r.o fuller
Informaflon than that she was the mother of slx
so--.i nnd f.?ur diiugh-iers.
Tunte Van Derveer. the flrst born of Domln'.cus
V.in rJartSC ar.l MartS, h'.s wlfe. was born ab>u-t
1701. Early ln !ife he left the Flatbush komaalosd
ani s--?tt'.o?l ln Monmouth i'ounty on lan ls stil. ln
poaaasahm of the v.m Dsresrs, about aafdway bo
twe\ri Marlboroiigh aml Free'an-I. He was an
honest, Indu.str'.ous, fruzal f;. rmer. such as have ever
born the g'orv and the sTrenjrth Of 'he I'ommoti
wealth. H;s "wlfe wns Alhle gchSBCfc, a B-."?nil
?JiukThter of Roerof Marter.se BehSBCk ani N'e<CtJe
Oerreitse Van < 'ouwonhoven, and B daughter of
Oartot K. rkbenck and Xe**'.tja Voorhlea.
T'ie Bcbenca fam'ly clainrs a remote anttgofty,
tra ng it>? deaci nt thn.ugii the Baroos of T.iuten
h. rg to A. I> HO, and Is said to have derive.1 rtfl
tuune from F^ljr.ir I>e BctWOCkea, ch'ef butler to
Churiemagne. Bnaperor >f Qeimany and Prsnoe,
wh., shoat \79?. grmted to Elgar a title of DOatMty
and aps:?iie<l l.im a -viat of arns. Ke thls as t may,
Ri>eiof Martanaa Bcbenck, of Doesberg, ITovin'cc of
Oull lerland. Holand, eime to Amerlca In 1^0. an-J
purchos?Hl a farm, on whlch ho roatded tho re?t of
rla llfe, at Pmtlsnda I* I. He a*gg several tlmea
Just!<-e of the 1'- ice, a!*? Schepen ot Judire, and was
appontrtl hv irv- rnor Lstslsr Captain of the Kings
doanty CBlvnry. Neertje (lerretse Taa Coowae>
ho\-cn, his wife, wns a grand-daughter of WoCferi
lierre'se V.in I 'nuwenhoven. the progenltor of the
Couwvnhoren or, as lt ls freejuentty wrtt.n at th.
pr.-sfTit day, the Conover famlly of A-nerlea. H*
emfar.r.red In 104", from Amersf.it. Provlnce of
I'rrer-r.t. Holland, wlth the c>loni.rfs who asttlod at
Rensathterwyck, near Albany, X. Y.. and sur-se
quently purchaaed ths wegterninoat flats on Ixing
lajan 1 an 1 founded the f>wn of Platlaada G-irret
R. BchMlck, fither of Aih'e S.-hen'k, wife of Tunls
Van Derrecr, came to Monmouth i'ounty ln U'Si,
ar.l BBttked in the region, a '.lttle beyood the preseivt
vlllage of Matawan, ktv.iwn as PCoaaaat Va.ley.
He ins a promln. nt man in the communlty. was a
grand luror ln IW', one of the flrst deacons of the
First Reformed CfttfTCh of Freeho'.d. ln IW. and
ropreorntod .Monnv.uth County In the Provino>'u'.
A?s. mbty of Xew-.lersey from lT**l to 1727.
Oarret V.-m DaiVSBr. 8 son uf Tunls Vsn Der?
veer an.l A'.hle Sihenck, named Garret for his ma
ternal grandfather, Oarret K. Schenck. was born
December H. I73i. and dted Jaaoary 3l. 18C3. He
araa the first of Mr. Hobart's ance,rtnrs to be born
ln NVw-Jer.-.-y. I.ike hls fnther, he was a tlller of
tlie soll, a m.in d.ligent ln business and ferver.t
In splr.t. a toller ail hls llfe. He marrled Aprtl
to, \~,r*\, Jane Voorhles. a daughter of Hendrick
Voorhles and Jannetje Hendrlckson, descendante
of iwo of the oldest famlllea of Long Island and
Kow-Jersey. Th? ^'oorhles famlly dates back to
Steven Cotrtsa Van Voorhfea, who eaa'grated fn>m
the provlnce Of l>rer.th?-. Hi.|'.t.ii. m bi6o. ar.d settled
at Flatlar.ls. X. Y. The Hendrlckson famlly dates
back n I'snlei and Wllllam Hendrlckaon, who
can>e to X.w-.Iersey wlth the flrst Dutch colony
fr>tn Long Island durlng the cloe.ng years of the
aeventesnln century, and throuirh the years thu
have slnce roIlM l.y ha. furnlshel leglslators ln
both the Assemb'.y and the Senate of chanaeter un
Impeachahle ar.d of lntegrlty lmmovable.
Mr. Hobart'a grandparonta were DavM O. Van
Derveer and Katy Duoota a daughter of the Hav.
Benjamln DuBots, who for (rixty-three year.'* w.s
pastor of the I.'nlted Reformed Dutch Churchea
of Frtehold and Middletown.
I ?av! I G. Van Derveer wa. the son of Oarret
Va.i Dervier ar.d Jane Voorhles, and followlng the
example ot hls fathers was u furmer, looklng well
uft;r th- frutt of his ilelds and reselving the reward
of hls labor In the thrift and eomfort of hls house
Tlio Kev. Mr. DuHols, hls father-ln-law. was
born at PMtagrove, 8H'.em County, X. J., ln 1739 He
was the son of Lewis DuBols and Msrgsret Jan
asn, a descsndant of Iyouls DuBola and Catherlne
Blanchaa, French Huguenota, who, to asosaa r>
llgioua persecutl-on, tled to Anierica and BStUsd at
Wlldwvck or Klng-iton. L'bter County. N. Y., ln
IM, >it- ronunenced tus Labors as pastor of the
Freehoid ( hur. ii ln 17?M, and su contlnued until hi*
death, in 1M27. The little that is known of hls publie
Hfe ls ns.; w'lthou: interest. He was oas of tr.e
foundsra of the Quesns, now Rutgers College. and
from 17S3 to 1SJ7 was a m.-mber of the Board of
Trueteea He was u delegate ;o the Ilrst meetlnir
of the Oeneral Hvnod of the Reformed Dut.-h
Churoh In Amerlca nnd aubeeQuently, wlth hls
elder, Tunls DenlBS, Whoaa daughttr he marrled,
algned the artlclea of agreement arhlch.formsd tho
Dutch i burchea of Amerlca into one ecclesisatlcal
body, Independenl of foreign control. Durlng the
nrorreaa r.r the Revolutlon the refuirees. or lawless
Torlee, who took "i> arma agatost their former
netghbora, became so annoylng that the mhabltant*
favorable to the popular cause bound them
aelvee together for tbe purpoea of defense
l.y artlclea of agreenent Mr. Duliois. al?
though a minister. fre.'.uently ?_oii!d<red bW
gun and hl- kttapsack and went out In hls
turn on patrol "llke a pa-k-h .r?e," a* was >:n_,-rlngly
lald by a n ?te.l Torv ln hl* oongregatlon. He Is
sald tu bave 1.ti pertaotly fearless. One day, when
OUt in a ektnalsh, he was so eager to press upon
the enemy be oould not be kept In llne, and Col.
Hohnea w.s obtlged to make a different dieposition
of hla tro.>..s. to prevent hlm from belng singl-d out
an.l shot down Returnlng home from one of hl*
mllltarv expedttioris with a frlend. they be-held at
a dletance a party of BrHleh paeatug by. They were
I -I far off to di. tbem any lnjury. buf the IK.mlni.
lald hls gun cn an old fence, delihc-r atcly took alm
-nnd tind. remarktng pteaaantly, "They wlll not be
ab!f to r-.iv afrer this that I never fired at the
enemy." lle frequently eeenmended the patrlot
cauae in hls _.?rm *ns, and lnvavia.lv made thelr
siruggle for lll.erty ttie aubject of hls publlc pray
ets Ha marrled Phemenje Denlse, who 1* de
ecrlbed as a woman of intelllgenco and activlty,
Sprlghtly, prudent and ptous. Hh.r was the daughter
of Tunla pealse snd Prancynthe Hendrlckson. who
s.-tili.i n- Freehold prerlous to 1T40. a descendant of
Tbeunlae Denyee, who emlgmt.d ln l.5_fl fr.*m Hln
nlck t'tre.'ht. Hol'.and, reel-led !n Flatburb. Long
Island. an.l was a Magistrate of Broiklyn In 16_t>.
As i.arret A. Hobart I* of X.-w Jaroey, hl* Dutch
nedlgree abuWI Mm to be also of fhe people whoee
lian.ls wern famlllar with toll and whoee muscies
were hardeaed bv !at?or: the pe.ple of whoee unos
lentatioui Ilvea the poet b?s wrltten?
Peade Of worth are held In honor,
Hut tl-,.- wlfe world acT'ly neede
Hr.n<la of i'_ti.-n. >? to unravd thla:
The rau <>t oaansaau dced*.
AXSiYERED BY i WORKIXGMAX.
A PRACTOCA-, II-LISTRATION OT THE ?fVBUll OP"
THI ~t!__OM TAwrr t_\*.v.
Jamea ... Hartlae, the "fanner-orator." of Piain
Beld, who wlntad to repreeaaM rnion ?*ount>- in tho
State leoaUe, arroto to "The Press" of that clty !aet
we.k ertttdatng eoagretuletory aaaaaacea aeiat to
MaJ.r Ml -Kinley. I'aul Hym-.iu hns answered Mr.
Martine la "Tho Ooutiae Wtamtax" Of Mr. 8>-mona
th-t pe-.-r say* that he "ie a worklngman. at prea?
ent tht- worklng electrlclan In charge of tlie pl-ant*
In Harry Mioet's t'h.-atree ln Rsw-Terh Cl'y. For
yeara ha araa a a .rii.r ln tha faaaoos Ceaabrta iron
Works la _l_____KOWn_ Penn. He has alw.iys been a
worklngman. f Vi-t.tniy his vlew.. are worthy of
part'eulnr wetgl.t, comlng as they do fffaas a m.in
who earns hls dally bread as an every.liy worklng?
This I* the letter wrltten by Mr. Bymons:
l not'ee soau "obeervatloaa <>n lalagisaaa" in "Tlie
Dally Pr. es" by .. ir h'ghly esteemed fi.loW-t.-wne
n. -i. Jamea E Martine, whlch he has *>?-t. lli to
make with reference to Mr. MoKtotoy's nocntaatioa
tor rhe PreaMency by the u- [.ut....-.in party.
\fr.-r referrlna t > he telcwrama of .-w.gratulatlon I
s.*_t to ti.- . .ui'ii'..'. by AndrewCgrnaale, Mr. Mar
llne aaya: "fhM what say the _oor?--i oa wMoam and
orphana w%oaa hu*__.i_is and fath.-ra wa re jtxox, ;
d wti at ( .ri.fgie'B llomeetead Mllla bevauae tliey I
ii till I at ihe tyrunno.u .-xacions and reJuot'oti*
..f aagea. sntll the pittunc. sf wagee w.-tild sr.irce
ly buy btaed and butler? lU-aler. you llnd no
corigratulatory :> -learatn from ihem."
X./w. tall la pretty rtroug langiaage, ev.? for Mr.
Marrlne. However. 1 b.g ie_ve 10 e*y th.'/. I thiuk
there i* ro m foi r.-mnrk* vnpon the _ubjtvt.
4| to tbe e**ertl,.i. thet those "husband* and
fathcra w.re shot down." st* . they w.r* *__>! down
1 ir tha Mm;.e reasoa, lf my meroory serve* me
i. .it. t. at fliey reatatod the offlcera of ihe law tn
iii. rifort* of tlie latter to regaln for tba cemjvuty
? cMit 0t.ara.ri _
mmw __._s_k_) l__.m
SOITHAMPTON, LONDON. RREMEN.
EAST EXPHES8 8TEAMKRS.
I C*bln. 180 and usward: U Cakle. *80. roita* IrtP. 111*
Havel, Tuea.,July 14,10 am. I Lahn. Tuea., Aea*. 4. tt) a.i*
Trave.Tuea, July 21. lOa.oi Havel. Tuea , Au. II 10a m_
Spre*. Tuea. July '20. li'a.m., Trave, Tu??. Aug. 1M0 aaa.
cherbolro. paris. riskmbn.
S*al*. Sat. July 11. 10 a. m. Aller. 8at.. July 25. W **?
Return tlca.t* avaiiabl* from Medltrrraooaa er _-_??
Oramcn, London or Havre. __
MEPITERRANBAN . FlRVTCm
TO GIBRALTAR. NAPLE8. GE_H___
Ewi.July 11. 10 a. m.'Wcira.Aug. 8. 10 a aa
Ivaiaar . ...lulv _.*? io a. m. Fulda ?Aug. 22. M a aa
?>ELRICH8 a CO.. 2 Bowllng Oraoa.
,_?,,._*-.?_ LINB. _
TWTJ. SCTIEW EXPKESS LINE FROM NEW-Tpg*
to PI. m.-jth (I_rjo<l..n>.cherUairg (Hacl*. ?**? Hayborn.
A Vlctorla July II. " a. m. Normannia. .Aug. ?. te a. aa
P. ni?n__r.l_July_a. l'?a.in. A. \?<et..rta../??, ?J *? *
I Cat.ln. 175 an.l upwart; II Camtn. _g and tjomorX
PLTMolTH LONDoN (4Vk hr*.); Fllr.lS OK CHABttg
by.pe.lal tialn. <. HERBOll.O-PARIS <?* 9out?).
H*MMt P.<? AMERK'A* LINE. 37 Brnadwsy. El
Salllea at 10 A. M.
ST. LOL'IS .July 18; PARIS .VAu**.f
ST PAC1.July 22 ST IXM'ia.Aea ?
.nbw-voUK .Juiy a? _T. Pail.Aug. ?
H_J ?TM LH Ii ptKitttm,
Mi.iina Kv.ry W?rdu?a_ay.
Southwark.Jrily 13. l.JOp.n. N. .oidla.d-July tt, nooa.
IV-rlie.fuil 22. n ?.n, rr|.ai_n<l.Aug. ft aeoa
INTKHNA IIO.NAL NAVIQATIOM COSIPANTl^
p.?i* 14 .md 18. North Rlver. Ofllc*. S n.wling1 Jraaa
PACIFIC MAIL g. 8. CO.
OCCIDENTAL AND ORIEXTAL S. 8. CO.
St.am.ra leave Saa Fran.laro:
PORIC .J rly tl, I a W
CH1NA, vla Honolulu.July 10,,? p. *a
KLiAiic .Augun lllf
PERO.Augu.t IT 8 p. to.
COPTL*. vla Honolulu.Auguat 2?. ? p. 99,
F'.r frrlght, (?_.?_*? an.l g.neral Inforroutton.
349 Broadway, ur 1 Battery Ptac*. Wa___!ngtou
and 28" Bro_4wey_
_____ _ WHrrK gTAU UNE_
Teut'.nic.J.ily 13. nt?n T-uionlc.Auf. 12. nnea
Brltannlr.July __. n-'n Brltannle.Aug. 19, nooa
Adrlatlo.July 20. n__n MaJcoUc.Aug. 26. nooa
(}. im.-.ni.'.Aug. .'-. n ii ? ;? rmanl.r.a?pt. 2, noon
SO < -T-TTOV CARRIEP BV I'AS. ESOEH -TKAMBKa.
Pl?r Xo. 4.1, North Riv?r. Offlee. 2P Br<>adw?y, tt. X.
H. MA ITI.ANP KERSET. Agtnx.
A" CTXAKD LIXE. ?
? TO LIVERVOOL HY gL'KKNSTOWN.
Etrjrla_July 11. 2 p.m. Uieunta ...Aug. 1. 10 a ?_.
Cinipuni... I-ily IN. 1? ?. m. Ktniria.Aug. 9. lp. a
l'n-^rla.fuly 2t>. 2 p. m. ?' ju. ?ri:a . a>i_ 18, __.__.
Fr<>m I'ler ?\ Worth Rlvel. t'tot ot .tark* n-at.
Fcr freight *iM pa.r..gp aaglf ?i th* Compaair'e o?ce.
N.. 4 Rxwlln* Or-en. NfMr-ToHl.
etJtffOg It BR.nvN A ro.. Oeneral Agenta
NCHOK I.1NE. ~~"
l*. H. Mail s:.--.m>!i!i..? rall every SatuHay at aooa.
F..R aLABOOW ANP I. .Nt*.NDERRT
Kr_m Pl-r 84. N R.. Toot Woat 24tU f-Xtret.
Cthlopla.Juiv II Clrr&aala.July ?
Fuin-aat*.Juiy 1" An- ho.-ia.Aag. g
gelooa '???'?> up: 2.1 ral.tn. .*.. .'?.rag*. $24."/'.
3. ?. CTTt OF K'.MK..KIT. .1 and 0<T 10
?aleen, t?? an.l up. 2.1 eabtn, |4<?; ?t<_rag?. NMb
Henderaon Brothen. Oeneral Ag?ot*. 7 B".wl!ng Or?ea
C*lMUI.E_TON*. 8. C.
th- SOLTH ANP .-..fTHW-F.PT.
JA.KS..NVP.1.K ml all IVrUla P.lnfa
From Pler 2y. E. R. (toot uf Reeeevell *i ). 3 m. m.
IIlo.ll Ol.- , ...*.Tuf-alay, July 14
ALOONQUN.Frlday. July 17
8EMINOLE.Tiivaday. July 21
Btaamer* ha\e flrat-cU?* p;iF*en_er ^'-croinottatlun*.
WM. P. CLTPg A ' ?<?.. Oeneral Ag*nt*.
8 Il.'Wllng Or^n. N?w-Yot_.
Kla. Cent. *n.l P^nn. Faat F. A P Lfne. vla Jark*.n?.lla
Oreat 8a Freigh' antl Pu?*-nger Lliif. vla <T.arl_Bton
T O KOER. 0.n-ral A*t . 31>1 B*-ay. N. Y.
pOUPAGNIB aEXEBALB Transotlantlqne.
COOK'S AM^SRICAX ind POndgg Tnnra.?At
fr?<i>ient Intennl*. All Tnivelllng Expe.iaee ln
elu.le.1 Fr full paftli alan .'blr-:. TMnri. 1>?>K A ?OJ*.
2>ll ari'l ' '.''-?1 Br. _<lv?.iy New Y.rk.
VINE STKAMSII1P LINE,
drreel to fottage .'ify. Masa . and P.rtlar.d. Ualna
i^.ii^litful aea-eoeel p.ute to ail pler-jiure _r.a-.rta North
and K.?t. ?l"ganr aceoary; l?w exouralon rat-w. bteaiorra
tall from Pler No. 3?. Eaat Rlver. every Tueaday, Tliure
_ay ari'l .-.aturday at 8 P, M.
HORATIO HALL. Agt.
MALLORY STEAMSIIIP lASF.fi.
A SK.A VOYAOE ALOKO THE ATLANTir- rOA_*f
AND THHOfOH THE OI*l_K OP MEX1CO T> > OAf.VES
TON, TEXAS. I- AN II'KAI. \'Af*ATION TRIP.
ONE UAY EXCUIUION OP TOL'RISTr TI?*K"-*T'* t?
all polnte ln T-iaa. Cetjcado, I'tah. Arlxuna, raUfcinia.
Me-sl^e. Oeorglu. Fl'.ri'la. ete. Kx'?l!-nt aeiomrnodaiiona.
WrlW tot our S4-PAOB POCKBT Ol'IDI imall?d free..
O H. MALLORY * CO.. On. Agta.. I'ler 7l). E. R , N. T.
VKTHKUi.AXDS l.INE. ~"
.-.. S. OHPAM.Saurday, July Ji, lO.fO a. m.
B. S. MAA.Sl.AM.i-.lur.Uy July IN. l(.:i_ a. ni
Si.amerrr eall both wajr* at Boul- gne .-..ir Mer. Frao.a.
Flral i-abtn. Ift.V ^7"; .-'ii.l 'abln, J.'!.'., aieerac* at very
!.._? raten. Apply for handl...olc au_ laima Oen.ral Pa?
aenger Agen.-y, 3U Bi_adway._
0"lA> DOaflXION LIXE- -DAII.T SERTICB.
For OLD POINT COMPORT. MORfOUL KgBJNgl
.N.-n\.-, PETERSBl'RO, PORTgltOI.'Tlt, PlNN'BRg
I'OINT. RK-HM..NP VIROINIA BEACH and WASH?
INGTON, O. ?'.. 1nily, exeept S*un.la>. Rtctnii.nd diract
(vla all wiit-r route). >J..nday (Pralghl onlyi, and Satur
day (Paaaengera aaid Frelglitj. r-'alUnga fron. I'ler ML
X K . .1 l>. M. Bat, 4 P. M. Tlin-ugh tlcket* an4
frel^bt rate. t<. all p>lnta.
W. L G'*ILI..\l*Pi:r. Vlr. Prea. and Trafflo Mgr.
AXAMA KAILKOAI) htkamship linb! "
r*l1*llj .OLI'MHIAN UNB,
THK SEA ROITB TO BAN FRAN<"ISCO.
Conn- "ln. at the Is.hmua for all Weat < ? ..?t Porta at
r?."Xl.o. .'entril and S..uth Aaaartaa
Rf.nmer? .-all fr.mi Pler f."t W. i?t 27lh St , N. T.
AI.l.IAN.'A ..July 2". n? n AP\'A\.*E . Jul' 80, noon
JTor ratee apply at Cnmpany'i oAloe, 2u Broad?-ar.
_JnllN Mlia, Traffl.- Manager.
ed "D" i.ixk OF steamsiui's, ?*
for Ia Ouayra. I'tierU. fat.el!... PirHeao eri Marw
cnlbo, vin. Cururao, from Pl_rr?p..nt Plf?-?a. Ur.? ktvn
88. VKXI7.I HI.A.W..lnf?..iav. luI S I ? i.
8S. PHILADELPKIA.BatarSar, Julv 28 1 p B
_S. I AHA. AH.Twe..i?v, A uaual 4 1 p ni.
1 ?*? K KARACAIOO. VIA ST THOMA8
68. CVHACAO.T'leedav. July Sg
Theae Amerlcan f-anier*. built expraaaly for Ihe trada
h^va aupcrior accommodatlona f?>r ;iaaa?ngeni.
BOVLTON. HLI.S A P .LLFTT.
Ganrral Mannijer*. 1.1A F-oet-nt.
SAVAXXAI1 LIXE. _.t-_eaMi from l.. r M. N __,
(navs). Tueadaya. ThuraOay*
nnd SaturJays nt 8 P. M. for S.iv.ii.nah direet.
TaUta-see .fuly U Clt) "f Idrmlngham. .July 18
KanaeaCHy .T.iiy u Tai'aha^re .July 18
(.tv nt Angii.t_.ful- H Kan._a < Ilv _.??.?**'ZJ1.
rnaunanaei rahln ne.-ommr..latl.i.a < .nn?etli?_- WIOJ
rr.ll linei f.,r all potnt* Bouth ar.-i * ????*_2*-_ Vr,T. ,,cj,*fJ
an.l freight rntea apply at Ml. 317. Ng _*> Broadway. or
at ?_?? Pl?r f...>' - f . prtng Sf _ _
O M. Sorrel Mar.-.ger J. P- Berkwilh. O. F * T. Am
poi.ses.'on of ttM (ompany's property. What wo?4
Mr Martlae thlnk or d > lf he bad a gans* <*J0*}
hielng potatoea on hls farm ard those men rfftoma
strlke for l-.Uh. t wagea and then tike pv***s*arion
of the Held. ond would allow no orhrts to do rhe
work? Would h* not be perfec:ly jiir-'lf1e?1 lo BBBj*
Ing on tho offloers of the law to DiatSCt him ln hls
rlghts? I certainly think he WOUld,
Now, as to ihe "redu< :'on ef wi^, 'tjie prt
tar.ce" that would "?cw.rcely btiv ^r'.vl and fci.tter
ef.. I am at a loss to know )u*t h< * mucb brre?I
atid buttir the Homoatesd peopl>> wuire.1 to auetaln
life. Certainly v.-rv mu h more than la requtred
by the average workingmun of Plalnfleld. Judrrtng
by the fo'.lowing scale of "plttanoe." .,ff. re.1 tbeoa
for a day cf elght houre. u.nd whlch nhey mfuaed:
Roller. M7I; screwmen. 17 43; table-man. 18 401
hooker. 84 73: sw.-eper. front, 13 88; Fwc-per, back.
S3$?; shearmHti. rlrst. 17 48; shearman. eeeond. ? 40;
leader. flrst. 14 f?: leader. secood. 13 8S; heater. tl 48;
h.-iter's help-r. 14'ft; m.dter's help*', 18 W; melter'B
helper. se"on 1. ?3 .V.: chargtr.a; mnchlne. IftSS: lodle
rrran. flrst, $8 74: Ind'etn.n. *. ?ond. 13 04; pirraan,
flrst. $8 78; plfman, eeecnl. 13 Of; pltman. thlnl. tt 9X
It will b? remembered thnt a Con*rre**s'.<r>nal come
mlttec waa aj.poiiHel to Inveetlirate the trouble at
llc-mctead, and Congressman Cobb. the minorlty
BMmber, a Demoerat, Jn '.ooktn*: over tbe pnyrotl of
the company, whl ii was submitted for fbem, de?
clared that he "nevr heard. of such hlsh wa?res " I
am an c'rl rcHUne-mill workcr myself, and I may hs
pardoasd for making a p<4i*onai r^mark tn tbia con?
nectlon. rt I. thls: It will be rotleud tha* a beater*a
helper was OfTi red U ?<> for elght hottrs' work. 1
worked ta a heater's helper ln IVnnsylvanla ln 1811
ani received 1178 for twelve hours' work, nnd Mr.
Martlne knows. perttap*. wbat the prlcea of toud
were ln those days
Then Mr. Msrtln^ i?frs to "the poor worklnrrmes
of the R.intin Sr.xldv Ml'.'.a. blackened and b*>
gr'nu-1 wlth the tlltb of tbe latra they handle, . . .
who pay trlbots to the fal*e .lootr'ne of dernagogy
Of protection nnd get none." Now I arlll do Mr.
Mxrtin,' the futice to aay that I believe he 4a a
msn of lTite'.llgenee. but ln tru-se latter rwnarka
Basn't he forgotten romethlng-' Were we not told
thut "free wool would be a libeelng to every woollen
m.H In the country. a* wil as to every employe thrut
w.rked ln them?'1 Well, havtn't we got free wool?
Ani ro: only that. haven'twe got free shotldy. wtth
wMOfl those tUrltan .uperailve. o. come "blaeltenud
and begrim. I"? Dldc.'t we Import ln ihe calendar
ve,ir of 18W. ?i.71B.tOt4 pound. of ohl* "blschoned aad
begrtmed'' stufY. free of duty. whlle ln 1*91 we only
Irrvportet rrs.169 pound. anJ collected a dsity IJwtwoa
of 181.3M, and In 1??3 we only Irrported 29I.6SS pounds.
wlth .i duu of ti?.ll3? It *?em. to me Ohat thosf
Kultan Mllla wlth "free wool" and "frve ?huddy,"
the !ons-ho;e-l-f. <?:. the long-orayed-for "rres raa*
rr>'.t?Tl.l?." .-'in.iM t.e ii ?.\ .-nj.i.ng ihe full blaslog
run:ight of Derr. ktbiIc i ro.;.er..t) I. lt "?"f******!
t . remind Mr Martlne that tbe M"K'nl?y blllI Ul aot
n .??? In ooerirlon, that lt wa* pnictlcally irlltegoa
the ven ?!?>? that Mr. Cleveland was dafcUred stect
el Presilent end that ae are dolng bu.inr*a uridgr
the v>:*r*tlone of ihe W-.lson-CKwinan a4W.?e*?eot?
And now. In c-ocbialon. I con.lder lt unrVr. unjust
and ur.rea. iiabla lo aiiempt to eadwle every Ofaao
cutlc ca'amlly "Pon tha back of the Rgps.reboaa
e'artv The Dern>cr.itic pany havlns eown tbe abid,
Bl them r?|. th. wVrlwInd. PAUL HYMO.Va
HIOB /. OkUBTB STALUOX DEAD.
Hickensa-k, July 10 iR|n*c!u:) - Allrn. the nrtBS
bickney i*tel!l^n gBraad Bjr e?-Ma>or Hugh J. Orant,
of New-Yorh, dled at irw farm al Orsdell yosterday.
aagj tAogoM wa. wcil ksowa and was valued at ItO^Ofg