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NEW-YORK, MOiNDAY, JULY 13, I896.-FOURTEEN PAGES.
PRICE THREE CENTfl.
AGAINST A THIRD TICKET
GOLD-STANDARD DEMOCRATS ARE NOT
LIKELY TO FAVOR ONE,
frrn ***J*** t***t*B*AL amono tiikm that
THE rOt'NTRT WUata BK BKST KERVED BT
THPIR VOT1NO 1X1R MK1X1.KY-DEnSION
TO BR R-UCHBD IN A WfSW I>AT8.
The Kastern gold-standard Democrats who
fat sllent ln the recent Natlonal Conventlon
have returned home, but th?> world is as far as
ever from know ing delinitely what course wlll
h* followed hy the Demoerat io leaders who re
fu*ed to take any action in the Chleago Con?
ventlon William C. Whitney, tlred out by the
lahors of tha Conventlon, rested at hls home
Jn West Flftv-seventh-st. yesterday and denled
riimself to all callers. The other membera of
hls party also were lnaccessihle. Thera were
few p.'liti.ians in town. but gosstp was rlfe
ahmit tha boteia and politlcal headiiuartera as
to the probablG action of Mr. Whitney and hls
frlenrts to strnlghten out the Dfrrocratlc tangle.
The general disposition of the majority of
IBR-H* IBlB. so far as can be learned. in to make
certain the election of McKinley and Hobart
upon tbe Natlonal tlcket, and ihen hend every
er.ergy to carry the Ktate electlon upon a Demo?
cratic pl.itform. Some of the ladleal ones yes
ternay expressed themselves as favoring an
pther National ticket. but lt was said by a
Demoerat tbat the wiser oounsels of the gold
atandard Democrats in all probablllty would
prevail and that the National ticket of the
Republican pnrty would be turned to as the
h*?t relief aff..rd?'d. Those who wish to insure
MrKinley's election say that a Democratlc vote
east for McKinley is of more value than three
votes east for a candidate of Ihe Democratic
party eompatlBR with the Chleago candidate
ard running upon a gold-standard ticket.
T; is further argued that all Ihe candidate
w.uld have to stand for is the gold standard,
which ls amply represented by McKinley, with
the fev remaining issu.-s of the Democratic
party. whlch as a rule are regarded wlth dis
favor over tha country. Again it W?a said by a
prominent Demoerat "that the runnlng ot a
third ticket mlght cause sueh a division of votes
that Hryan might, under some contlngency,
pain the lead." While tliis is not looked upon
as at al! probable. yet many Democrats who look
upon the maintenance of the Natlon's credlt as
much more sacred than any party pledge have
expressed a wish of securing the election of Mc?
Kinley bey.nd peradventure.
ATTITI'DE OF MR. HIM.
One of the gold-standard Democrats ln favor
of voting for McKlnley said yesterday that,
whlle there are some men among the gold-stand?
ard mlnority In the party who wish to bolt the
nomlnatlon. and prefer to .un a candidate of
thatr own instead of ao.epting Republicanism,
Benator Hlll, *rho demonstrated his ability as a
leader among the minority at Chicago. isstrong
lv opposed to a bolt. Th. Senator. it was said,
prlmarily wishes to avoid a bolt and save the
badge of "rejrulat" for the organization of which
he Is the head. It was further said that Sena?
tor Hlll does not coUBtenaaca the Chleago ticket
and would not oj.enly eupport McKinley. bwt
that he would take practically the same stand
i.rii.-h manv other Democrats have taken. that
they are atlll Democrata. but that this is a tlme
f,,r every man to aet as principle dietates. An
r-tber argnment trlven apainst an open bolt as
made by Senator Hlll is that th.-r? ls within the
State of New-York. among the Democrats of the
rural d*istr!cts. a latent free-ooinage sontiment.
end that a boll and rh- plactBg in the fleld of a
gold-standard candidat.. by the Kastern Dcnio
. rats would give thes? rural dtotttcta the chance
they want. It would afford them an opportunity
to organize under the banner of the Democratic
partjr and make the ti^ht for free colnage under
ih" name of the regular organization. This, so
Senator I.ill ls reported to have declared. is
v. hat Tillman. Altgeld an.l Hryan are hopinff
ff-r. and it is what Hlll wlahaa to prevent.
P.rhaps the sentlm.nts <>f the Tammany
braves were expressed tersely by a distmH
bs'ier yesterday when the question of a bolt
was being IllBCBBBOd He was asked lf Tam?
many would bolt the Chleago tkket He re
pi'-fl in a tone thnt avtacad dlacuat for tha
Chicago nominf-es: "Bolt? Well. we ought to;
bat do yon BUPPOM we are going to bolt and
let the Jim O'Rriens call themselves regulars?
Not er. vour life!"
While adrnltting that the ticket was a nau
seatirg dose. a well-known Demoerat re
mark*d veeterd.iy that a bolt micht aet as a
boon.erang. He reluetantly admltted that
-.thln the lines of his party In the Kastern
-tate*. Includlng New-York. Maine. Verrnont,
an. M-issaehusetts. there was a conslderable
?entinient in favor of the white metal.
OPEN KOR ALTOBLD AND TILI.MAN.
A bolt of the gold-stand ird men in the East
would leave these States open for invasion by
Altgeld and Tillman. These Anarchistic lead?
ers. h? declared, would at once enter these
Ftatf-H t.reaoh their gospel under the flag of
the regular organization and the bolters would
hav* oaly their gold-standard organization,
which would be bereft of its tltle of regular.
He fu-ther expressed the bellef that these free
colnage advocates in the East mean tf. ask the
Popullsta and Sociallsts to BVppoii them ln
BlacUng the Natlonal ticket. The malntenante
of techni.-al regularity hy the Kastern gold
standard men will give the opposltlon the name
of i.f.ning but if the Kastern gold-standard
Democrata boll the tlckat, then these free
ealnage n^n can clalm the tltle of regular
That is the arg.nnent advanced by Sfnator liui
anfl otbera of the (onwrvattves against a bolt,
It ls underst'O'd.
Thua the gold-standard leaders are preparing
to dlaeourmta ihe plactog of a thlrd ticket in the
Held and uoleaa aotad dowa by overwhalmlnR
aentlment, will eountenance the passtve accept
an. - ..f the Chicago ticket. and ther leave each
Indivldual man to vote for the Presldentlal can?
dldate who embodies the prindplea d'y^?
him Then all energlf s wlll be utrectedI to carry
the Btata aad ConRreaa ele.tlons. The go,n
Btandard D.mocraiic leaders wlthlr the next
tow flavs will make known their vlews by_ ln
t*rvlews, ar.d a deflnlte plan wlll ba arrived at
after mature cr.nsultatlon.
Bttator Hlll la expe.ted in Kaw-Tork to^laj
or to-morrOW OB hls way to Norrnandle^by-the
Rea. arhare he is to Bpend a few arecka. RT. M"i
h aald to ba preparing a statement of hls poaltlon
to ba glven to the poblk probably to-morrow
or Wednesday. _
WOUND ADRIIT WITHOUT A crew.
Vlaayard Haraa. Maaa., July 11-Tha st.-amer
Orlon, of Boston. for Haltlmore, arrived here t li laa
fortnorm rowInK the sehooner (Jabitea, of Rt- John,
laaaber-Udan, arblch Bba plekad "p watarlagiad, di?
rna?ied ard abandoeod, off Polloek R!p yeaterday
afternoon. The OrfOB raporta havlng parted from
theOalatea last eveninir whll" tOWlBg her in the fog,
an. it was not untll after dayllRht that rhe slghted
ber and hkh!" BUUOaadad ln gattlllR her hawser fast,
One ,,f thi Orlon'* seauaen arho ha.i be,.n plaead on
bvan] the Crtlaten wa^ compaHad to remaln there,
Vlfilnfl aboul all nlght. Nothing ls known of the
GaUtea's new or tha eai)?e of the dlsaster, but lt
may have t.een a eollislon.The .-aptain of the steamer
Nparti the s.-hoon.-r Kllza More,- wlth her heaflgewr
t<.ne arnl a boat asiPin, probably belonglng to the
TRIBD TO STAR A POLICEMAN.
Henry Rlate. forty-five years old, of No. 600 Pal
1aa4e-ave., Jeraey I'ity, made a xavntre attempt to
?tab * policeman yesterday afterri'ion. at Uatavla
?nd Roaaaralt st*.. and it requlre.l the unlf-l af?
'ort* of three polbemen to l.ck him up ln the O.ik
?1- atation. Ahout ii o'clo.-k ia*t evenlng Hlate,
Ma wan intoxl. ai'- I, wa* found hy Polirernan Km
"?dy aarroundad hy a large crewd, nnd when Ken
_*dy ordere.l him awav he hecame ahuslVf and,
Brawlng a clasp-kr.ife wlth a four-liu-h blade. mada
"lunge at the poli. f-man'* h> ad
A fltroe flght ensuud, In whlch Blate recelved a
?*_lp wound. Two other pollcemen came to Ken
?*_'i ald. and, after a atruggle, Blata waa landed
? *aa ataUon.
WOMEN TO YISIT CANTON.
A THOU8AND OR MORE TO CALL ON
IT PROMIBES TO BB A BI'ST WHOE FOR THB
REPUBUCAN CANTHPATE?PFTMO^RATB OP
FTCRIXa THTCIR BITPORT.
Canton. Ohlo, July 12 ?This wlll he .. week of more
than ordlnary Importance at Canton. M.ojor Me?
Klnley expects a good many vUirors. representina;
varloua Interests. cl.asses and organizations. Tho
incldent whlch Is destlnod to attract deepest atten?
tlon. howev*r. wlll be the comlng of aix or oi?ht
hundred representative women of Cleveland on
Wo,1ne*day to congrntulate Major MeKlnley on his
nomlnatlon and to a. sure hlm that he has ln a hiph
desrree their ronfldenre, retapect and admiratlon. The
Cleveland women will probably be Jolned by B dele?
gatlon from Petrolt and by many others from the
larger towns of Northern Ohio. Tt Is not unlikely
that th* whole number may _*>._ a thousand. or
even more The actlve splrits in the movement ar*
among the foremost women of Cleveland, and in
clude In their numbers many of the most sincere and
effectlv* workers and organizers ln the ebaiitablfl
nndertaking-s of that city. They are not ooming a*
the bearers of a jaetition: th.-y ar.- not praylng for
more rights or wider priviloges. Their viait wlll be
lnrpely non-partisan in charactcr. lt is not tlie Tte
puhllcan candldate so mnch as William MeKlnley,
the man, whom they ar* romin?r to see.
The Cleveland womep are comlng to Canton ,.n a
*P_oia1 train, and will brlng thelr own band. qulte in
the .tyle adopted hy th* visltor. of the Other B*a
who oome her*. The most active woman ln or_anlz
tng this excurslon ls Mrs. N. foe-Stewart. pr.-sident
of E-TOala, and a s.iciety leader of hl__ Btandlng in
Cleveland. The formal talklng for the oallor< Will
be done by Mrs. Klo.oy Avery. of Cleveland, who is
one of the most talenled and capaba* women in the
Mid.llo States. lt Is expected that the ( .evt-lan-l
women wlll spend the day here, and elal.or.it.> ar
rangements for their entertalnment are to.-inR made
t>v the CaatSB people. There is. at the distanc* of
two mlle. from Canton. a charming llttle lake ln the
hawt of the woo.ls. This lake Is an Bttractlra bod.
of water a mile or m..re In length. and Its surround
i ings are plcturesque. It is propoaed to take the
! visltor* to the lake on electrlc car* and to hav*
lunche-on served there.
There wlll be several other delegatlon* In Canton
this week. and Major McKlnk-y will be a buey man.
i The number of callers seems in BOWIaa to di.niiii.--h.
! Men are comlng dally from all parts of tba ,-ountry,
I and it is not an unoommon spectade to tind on th*
; veranda at 8 o'clock in the mornlna;, before Major
MeKlnley has finished hi* breakfast. tw,. or three
men from Malne, talklng witha group from Or.-gon.
j N'el.raska or Texas.
The meeting of the National Committee in Cleve
, land will naturally brlng many vlsltors of Impor
1 tanee ln the polltlcal world to canton. Th? menbera
of the committoe wlll call on Major MeKlnley lo p*7
their reepeota, and in the wake of this body a laruo
train of politir.ian* of more or less promlnence wlll be
The malls of yesterday and to-day have brought
Major MeKlnley ln the aggregat* more than a hun?
dred letters from sound-money Democrat* In varlous
parts of the country. The wrlters make thelr rom
munications In confMenoe, of course, hut M* per eenl
of these letters conta.n dlrect promises of siipp.it.
o.upled with vigorons olxxervations upon the BCtiOII
of the Chicag. Convention. A siKniticant fact m
,-onnection arlth this c.rrespondenoe is that qulte
OOe-thlrd of these letters ar* from Wcstern States,
where the inflation sentlment ia an.pposed to he over
p.wering. . , ,__
Major McKinley went to church this morning,
lakii.K with hlm Con_ressman Apsley. of M;..-v<
Chuaatta, who came here to Atmemaatha-Congrea
Blonal campalan. In the afternoon Major M. Mn
Kv took a driv* and later was an Intereated lla
ener ?o ?ome ge'ntlemen who had been to Chlcago
nnd who stor.ped off at Canton to tell hlm all about
t*Thls?"venln_-nMaJ->r MeKlnley r.._iv.,l r- number ,
of telegram* rompltmentlng hlm upon hta apeecn
of Suturdav afternoon. ln which he n-fcrred POtnt
edly to the Chlcago platform.
PETER COOrER GLVE YYORKS BURX.
A BIG BLAZE IN WEST NEW-YORK, N. .T.
FT.AME8 8TARTEI) IN THE BOII.ER
The Peter Cooper Glue Company'* works. ;. four
story frame bullding nt West New-York, N. J., on
the Hi.dson Rlver. were destroyed I.y flre last niifht.
The loss is estimated at KWO-. The tir.- broke out
in the boller-rooms. where steam araa beln* kept up
ln antlclpation of an enrly start this mortiin_. In a
*hort tlme the. huilding was a mass of flames. .-ind
the rlver and surrounding country w.-re brllllantly
lighted up. The flre departments of the towns of
West Nc.w-York and Cuttenburg respond.-d. as well
as th* firohoat N.-w-Yorker. I.ut they wer* unable
to do more than c-onflne the Wazo to the BltM w,,rl:s.
At th* north of the fnrtory is the M_ plant of tba
cottonsee.l oll rompany. which ls equlpped wlth a
large statlonary flrepump The pnmp did exeellent
servlce und prevented the flames from spr-.di.ig
to the nelghhorlng bullding*. The glne facV.ry
bulld ng covered an area of '^*a>xUa. f.-et. ...id - on
_lne,l valuable machinery. The works aro owned
by (ooper. Howltt & OB.. of New-iork.
ARRE8TED AFTER A FALL.
THT3 MAN SAYS HE WAS RUNNIN3 FROM
8NAKE3 WHEN HE OOT INTO TROUBl__L
Ered McEnaney. twe-nty-flve year* old, of No. M
Blxth-ave. was charged wlth attempted burglary
ln Jefferson Market Court yeaterday by Mrs.
Margaret Welsh. of No. 12T, Wavarley Place. Mr*.
Wel*h told Maglstrate Elammer that at 3 o'clock
veaterday morning Bhe was awakened by the
?ound of a craahlng of glaae. Bhe went to th*
wlndow of her room on the aecond floor and saw
McEnaney openlng the door of an *xt*nslon to her
houae. Ho had been abl* to rearh the catch on the
door by breaklng a pane of glass.
Mra Welsh waa alon* in the house wlth her three
women servant_. Bhe ran to her bureau and got a
pi?tol and flred one *hot In the yard. Then
Bhe called to McEnaney that if he moved she
would shoot him. end when she saw that *he had
hlm thoroughly frlghtened sh* *ent her *erva_its for
a pollceman. Pollcematn Haney. of the Mercer-st.
Btation, aoon arrlved and arrested McEnaner
When McEnaney wa* arraigned ln court yeater?
day his right ey* waa ewollen, and his rt?ht arm
wa* dlBlocated. He told M_?l?trate Flamn.er that
h* waa not gullty. "Your Honor." sald he. "I
have been on a spre* for three we. ks and was on
the verg* of dellrlum tremens last night. My als
ter* and brother* watched mo untll mldnlght, and
then they left ma alone. Whlle I was faeated in
,he wlndow of my room about 3 o'clock ;n the
morning 1 *aw a snak* cominK for me over the
<_iKe of the bed on the other eide of the room. In
dodKing that snak* I fell out of tne wlndow. two
8lorle, t,. Mrs. Welsh's yard whlch back* up to
our hou*e. 1 Ht on a coll of how, and for a mo
meit I thought 1 had fallen ln a nest of snake*.
I fouirht with the ho*e untll I noticed my niNake,
Ind then I wa* *o rattled that I dld not noti.e that
1 was golng into Mra. Welsh's house. When
,,roke th- Klass 1 thought It wa* my own house. I
did rot Intend to steal anything. and I only aranted
,? aet l?ack to my own room. 1 was so s-.-.r.-l
when *h* ?hot that rdatol that I could not flMVe.
Thomaa McEnaney, a brother of th.- prisoner. who
u.eps a ealoon at No. M Blxfh-avc, sald that hla
le'ther reallv waa on th* verge of dellrium tre
P-Hs bhr,h_^_^hrl>thl:r, _3^.t_*? sas
94 W^rtfb^lnS^ t- Sf-T
''M^a.rH.^ "K.a^mer adjoumt.1 the ca.e untll
AS rXKSOWX W0MAJT8 8UDDEN DEATB.
An unknown woman was tak.-n I* ********
itoltal yest.r.ay afternoon at 4 o'ctock fr ...
Kifr.al-o_.l-st. and Broadway ln an un-onnvlo ,.
uiuTn and dl*d at ?:*> orlock wlthout reiraln
condltlon anfl ii a ,.
teLi__.*l'-Br*w*Vi Ihh.CeUc!o,h sklrt. a CTta-O*
ImZ and waa app-xen.ly a servant.
A RATHER DBOWEBD.
Kr*derlck flobel. twenly-aia y-ara old. of No.
KrMPn . _,h,ie bathlng at Beventy-flrBt-at
1T7 Avenue A, wnne oainin* ?'
.?!a_L Rlver laat evening. got beyond his
ln the Eaat Rlv'r ""x fa d _.M r^.?v-ered
__?" V^^lhrn^f NohewigJta8.-ty-nlnth.
g ^SHaSaV ?RB&aS t* tb. Morwue. I
OERMAN SOCIALISTS PLEASED
RESULT OF THE CHICAGO CONVKNTION
CONSIDERED A TRICMPH OF ANARCHY.
IN THE LONDON CON..RF.SS THET WHX CON
ORATt'LATE THEIR COWORKER8 HERE ON
"THE OOMINO VltTORT OF THB
CAVRR OF r.VNAMITi:."
BerHn. July 12?The SoclaliBta have arranged to
send thirty delegatea to the comlng lnternatlonal
I So.ialist Ooagraaa in London, and the Poll*h So
' clallats and Anarchlsta will send apecial delegatea,
j with lnatruction* to demand admis*ion to the i'on
graaa, The raaolt <>f the CblaaRO Conventlon wa*
; hailed by the Roclalteta here a* a victory for the red
; flag. A resoluiion will be propoBad ln the I>on.lon
? Congraaa congratuinting the ooarorhara of the ***.
: ropean Soclalists in tha I'nlted Statea on the com
i .ng victory of the cause of dynanilte.
A dynamite cariridge wns found yeaterday near
Ihe Indtiatrtal Kxhit.itlr.n. How It came there, or
for what purpose it wa* put there, ls a mystery.
ESCAPE OF A DESERTER.
HE DUOPS OUT OF I.INK WHII.E BEINO
MARCHED TO HIS CBLX*
WPlCRRg ARR POWTtVl HH HAS n<>t U_PT OOT
BRMOR'I IB-iAHD, HUT MOST VKUZaUR1 gr.BRtH
PAIIR TO MS<'I/)SK HIM IIIIMNi; I'laA.'K.
An ex-aoldlar, arta.-.'ied t? ?*ompany H. 13rh Regl?
ment, IV S. A., stationed at (.overnor's Inland. who
has heen servlng a sentene* in the caatle tliere for
deserrion, i* now leading the offlcers and men of
I the post a merry ehaaa in tlieir efforts to flnri him.
He aaeapad fr..m the prtaoa oa Fri.iay avonlng, and
, within llve minutes after hi-; (light had completely
dlaappaarad. He hns not Blaoa '"-en ?e.-u, though
every known corner of the island, where a man
? mlght aaerate himse'.f, has baaa aaarahed.
The m.ui's name is Oarey. He desert.-d some time
j ago ft,.m ihe Army, and when capnired was tried
by trourt-martlal and dtabonomMy dtoohargad. la
additlon he was sentenced tn a long term of impris
I onment. Oarey was a qulel prlaoaar, and no th'.ught
! of hit. attemptlng ta eaoape was entertalned by the
j offi.-ers of the poat There were elev.-t. ln all when
tha mareh of tha prtaonera on Oovernor a Island
' back to thelr ceIN ln rne .-astle began on r riday
evening, Oarev belng one of the numher. Oarey
! araa mlssing three minutes later, when the casile
' was reaohi.). ,, ,. ?
I Tlie island is .-.irefully patroiied on a.l. aides and
I I. would be almoat Impoaalble for any ona to leaya
' It without permtaalon. The guard* are wllling to
awaar that Oarey dM not leave the Island on I-rlday.
Aa aoon as his flight was dl.cnv mM tha garrlson
was turned our tO sotinh for him. and rhough the
; hunt has been conduoted unlnte.rnipre.lly ever sln.-e,
I no traea of rh.- man has been found. Ihere are
i numerous sewera and abandoned ctotarna ?.n Q?v
ernor* island. and it ls belleved that Oarey aue
1 oeeded ln reaching one of them. and that ho is still
| bld ing then. .. __ ___
Oarey cannot swirn and that 1s another rea*on ror
I bellevlng that he has not left tha leb.nd. Ir ls rhe
lntenrlon of rhe oflifers to st.irvn him Into sur
renderlng. and meanwhlle thr hunt wlll be kept up
day and nlght untll he i* found.
CAXAL MEX 8EEKING RELIEF
THEY APPEAL TO THF. MANAOKRS OF
THK PRODUCB KXCHANOK.
ntAnf.frs np RRTOKTIOR AXT) IMRCRHMntATIOR
MAOR ACAIVsr THR nr.AIV BtaRVATORl
A ". THR I.AIl.lf.AI.H.
Buffalo, July ?Tha eaaal earrlari have made
the following appe.U to tba !i?-rfl of Managen. of
the Naw-Tork Produca Rsehaaga for raHef from
nala Hevator aattortRma and rallroad d-BCttmtmv
ti.,..,s agalnat tba ?tata'a graia tntflie at Baffald
TRe boat owner* and navlgators engaged ln tba
bualnaaa of tronnjwrttng graln by the Brte Canal
fr n Buffalo to New-York, wfcose buRneaa 1* Waa
ti.-.ii and Inaaparabla from >'->urs, beg leava to atate
[ha, u is utterly irr.p...*sii.lo tor ui au; ??afullj to
compet? a-lth the railroada centrlng hera tor tha
bulk of tl:- raal grair, tralllc eomlag >.y lake to this
PTha reaaona for our Inablllty to eopa inKerao
hilly wlth the railroada tor tha .-..rryini. trade to
and from the metropolla rome from lh< ract that
?he roads own or control n it only tha mammotr.
nroneller llnea iji-'n rhe gi-em lakes. bul opera te tne
rraln elevatlng and lermlnal faxrllltlea at Buffalo
K well M a" Phlladelph.a, Baltlmore Newport
S.wi Norfolfe and New-Orlean* This betna tba
faci of the caae the rallroad magnatea, ln order to
dlven trade lllegitlmatel) ..way fn-m the pooplea
canal route nnd away from th* rretropplle to thelr
own porta. have placed what ln elf. 1* _n.-xp.?rt
tariff for transferrlng canal graln al Buffalo a
r>ower whlch alon* reata wlth Congreaa. At tne
mme tlme nall traln1.! traiuferrod bare al tba
actual .- -t of the ?ervtcea performed, unl. a-s you
?i.re aware the Rrooblyn graln elevator aad whari
trual 1- ably aaalsllng the .ilv.-rsion nf th? grn:n
traitic from New-Yort bj abomlaabla alavator and
_.i..r..g<- extortlona to <? .ni|?t1n- i?>hs.
The reauU af auch uniuat meih.*ds on the part ot
the rallroad ard the wharf trust his baaa theao
c_mulaUon of D4?rly (00 cana boata ar thla port
or nearlv half of the entirc dlmlnlahed canal fleat
l* here io-day anaNa to ohtain cargoea at the i>w
A- of ? cenU a buabel ..n wheat. 3', cent* a
buahel on corn and 2*A cent* ? buabel oa oata W
\!wY..'k oui of which we, the onal oairlera.
ncis' pay trlmmlng. tugging itiHumn.-e ,-,n cargp
ac I a-aJsaae here. Hudaon Itiver towmg wharf
U? _nd trlmmlng eargo ar N'.-w-Y;.rk. alao
SS muat aaake good rhe ahortage n tmrgo.
\frer these deductlena lt leave* na about
j., centa a bushel net on arbqal to ran
und maa aor boata. If we ara luoky wa wlll
ol.-ain a west-bound cargo 10 Buffalo ar 4a cenr*
_ro_. ton free In and out. If we cannot secure
anuD-freiarbl we are compellad to come to Huffa.o
lUrbt ao rhat ln all conalatancy are ara down to
hlrd-Dan rares all around. on the other band
the charge for transferring gruin dlrwt from lake
velaelto canal boata ?r lluffalo *?}?*?****?*.
b'jshel an.l for like aervlce at Naw-Torh lt ls 1 i-W
r^nte a busriel. or. at both porta rhe ?tortion
U'unrs ,., 18-io centa a bushei. oraclaaagOBga
n- both port* of plump 2 ceni* a bushel. that I*.
agau.M r_naJ graln. lf rhe graln is atorod OB tta
WM to the woSd'8 markf-.s. the extortlon douhle*
un ln ahort order .'onirasr this robbery Wtth the,
rext-to n.uhlng .erminal .harge* at the rallroad
dockoof New-v..rk's flarce c^petJtora and who
,'v"n,ir that :he trada rhat legitima;e y be
o?B. tO Ni-w-York I* Rke water eeeklng the toWMt
evel no' to aay anythlng a-bom the full .-enr-a
bushel dlfferetitlal rallroad rate aaajnat >'0"Ia_P<'rl_
The res. lt of thla glgaatle rallroad consplracv
_jl_nat New-York ..n I N'ew-York's canal Is to keep
hSu hare ln Idleneaa from Bfteen to twenty day*.
we-iMnc for cargoea. whlle at the aame tlme com
Su'ng ri?froida" arr flooded *^n**&*L ***Z
I.* trathfullv s:are<l that ahout all the graln an-l
...r frVigrn ih.r the canal and New-York get la
That portion which slops over the rallroad graln
elevaroi- dam*. as aforesald.
Therefore In vlew of tlie deplornhle canal situa
,i, ? ve unltedly call upon your powarful .-ommer
ra hodv to uaa your uimoet endeavora In se-urmg
,i .' toweet achedule of graln elevator and terml
na^ charge* ar rh- porta of Buffalo anl N-.v-Y.-rk.
That ?e th- partnera of th?- State in rhe traaa
n,.r -.rVc'i .' BReae, may agaln Le able to restore to
' ' ' of' rhe7 graln traffl- oomlng here
wlthln lha bordera of this State. In other worda.
plLase endeavor ro rnak.- our great Kr!e Canal free
"ffi1 tienVTaVi/.' mlnd thi. teet. U_* ?da
I. ,),e'r,s-'...st and rh.ap.st commodity of ill land
_Voduct* to hnndle when not done under truat
.1!.._ _.hi.-h incre.isee the .-harge many fold
.TeV'ai'rea^nable cmnpenna.l-n for the scrvU-e ren
.4. TEACHERS- TXBTITUTE AT l CONTENT.
A teacher*' ln.?;lru:e will be opened this mornlng
a, 0 o'clock for the Plst.-rs of Mercy of NeW-Yorfc.
?? ?< Catbarlna'a Oonvant No. 1.078 _Iadlson-ave
I, wtii eoart nu ? nve daya, and wlll be eooducb I
by Mrs. B. BU? f'.urke, the nmnagar of th* Bdu
eatlonal Uaetora Bureau, wh.se baadquartera are
in Baal Pourtb-at
Tba pragramme of le<-ture? cons.*'* of many *ur,
Ipcs of Intaraai to paraena engaged in adwoattoaal
work and ln brlnglng up chlldren. There wlll ho
Jllka ?.. ii.e'.he.ls of teachlng. the general pr nctplea
55 tMchlnfl how to rnak- the Behoolraom moat
' ,,r_... - !? tt-- snialleat a* aell as to the largejt
,oi1 ... readlna ar.d laaguaga leaaona, tha tertch- ,
'_? 'if arirhrrvti- m cornooattlon. atory telllng md
*Vf . r,hr s. hoolroom. The aubjecta and th*-** who
win ______ ir.- is roll wa: "Tbe Uhrlei an Teacbera.
r th n*v Mi Conaldln.. of ihla dty; "l?''v.i";
., ,.f r\ri . '.r-a. ???. " by rh- Rev J Talbot
iml.I.'?Tli' itud. of Klh.c." hy the Ke. V
W -'. of * Fran.ls Xavier'* College. Tha
Teaehmg of Chrlstlan Doctr.oe." ta tba ??*_>_
1 l?v-He of Sr r-trlck'J .'.tV.lral. Ud *TbO
li __J__- nf Fngl.?h l.lrer-iture." by Hrdh-r N'lh,
J^merW St D*A* -*"? fnatltUti; Mw , Burke an.l
^r flsslstan'. tfl? M-.nahati. wlll Blao !e~ture.
TO JOIX THF XAYAE RESFRTF.
Vewport R I . I"l>' H-fha Newimrt Naval Re
' *..,., Torpedo (om|.H..y. under Junior Ueutenerit
rniriatun atartad la-day with other Rboda laland
.o.ri.anl.s |? Join the N-w-York and .'oiinectleut
',.'.,? ofl ihe annual cr.ilae nnd encampmer.t at
, -?. i.iand The proiwller l?ng I*land ar
flardlners l*lan?l in 1 ' ,', ,h? r?rov|riP?(.^ and
Hved ahortlyuhafarajm?ai ?? thraa-qaar
Brlsio r'*<-ve* onhoar??nfl ra -mhBrked Mia
Blig^R. n\\\\\mm\mWnm tb. harbor.
THE IOWA RAILWAY WRECK MORE 8ERI
OUS THAN AT FIRST 8UPPOSED.
THIRTT-NINE PER.ON8 HCRT, MA.VY SERIOCSLaT?
TIIE DEAD AND DYINO Hnoi'C.HT TO OMAHA.
Omaha, Neb., July 12?Thla haa been a day
| of general mournlng in Omaha. The harvest of
I death from the Logan, Iowa. wreck of laat
nlght. when an excurslon and frelght traln were
ln colllalon, haa been lncreaaed, and the 11st of
i vlctlms now numbers thlrty-one.
The crowds of anxious oeople at the atatlona
, did not r. utter with the hreak of day, althougti
i the exrit.ment of the night wore off aa rela
, threa and friends of the dead onea became eon
vlnced of the worst. About 7 o'clock the flrat
I funeral train from the sceno of the catastrophe
I arrlved at the l'nion Statlon. and there waa a
| pushliig forward to gratify a mortild destre to
learn the news from thoaa who had been ln the
dlsaster. Tho flrst traln tontalned many of
the more serlously Injured. and aa the un
fortunate* were llfted ln blanketa from the
car the proans of the woun.led mlngled wlth
I the sobs of relatlves and frleruls. Twenty pas
1 sengers were taken In ambulance* to St. Jo
! aeph'fl Hospltal. Several of them cannot hope to
| Hve more thnn a few houra.
At S.'IO o'clock the traln carrying the dead
| was sighted comlng across th* long l'nion Pa
. ifi.- trestle. As it drew up to the statlon a
I cordon of police gtiarded the approachea and
! kept the crowd back. Sevmteen bod lea, laid
j on pine boards and covered with plaln muslln
j shrouds were taken, one by one. and placed In
,. long row on the floor of the baggage room.
Only frleuds of the nilsslng ones were allowed
! to see the dead. The silent forms gav* evi
' denc* of the force of yesterday's colllalon.
Headless trut.k*. bodles wlthout ltmbs, llmbs
, without bodles. were gathered ln that amall
! space. Occaslonally some one would rerognize
I th* features of a .on or daughter. Frlenda
! would gently lead them from th* room,
! and the body would be tlcketed and sent to the
undertnkors. A llat of the identlrie.l dead fol
' imAPT.-arv Mra., and la
fant. wif.' and ehlld "l *
moulder In l'nion pacltl'
j C A V A N A C O M. Oa-'ti.
j OARROL__ Mra . and ln
LAWRETNCB. Gmrge A.,
LARBON, John, a?-ed alx
leen. ne?-aj,ai)er carrler,
M'DERMOTT, John, m.
PKRKTNB, John. '">maha.
CARROI__, Philll.. a boy.|PI__tflOK. - sared fhlr
OmahA t.-en. s-n ,f Andrew l'ier
COeOROVTE, \Vm? Omaha. a-,n. ma.hlalat, Otnal-a.
<?OS.IH.iVK, M!?* Ma??;le VKII.SKN, Kred'k, Omaha.
Omaha N'EILaBENf, Mra.. Oaaaha.
COaOROVB, Jamea R PETBRBON, ___rre_*e, en
Otnali.i Klneer of waterw-.rka at
Tit'I'SaON',-, enn of Bam Councll Hluffa.
nel O.idaon. Omaha SI'.MMIT, Haniu-1, Mlaaourt
OKR.VUli. A. PL, CV>nn<-U Valley.
niutTa. Iowa. BCTM-T, Patlick, ena;lneer,
JENN.NOS, Walter, Mla- L'nion Paclflc ahopa,
? ourl Valley. Omaha.
KAHI.KR. Mra. John. and TRACY, Mary. Omnha.
inf.-irv Couaell niuffa. WINEOAR e .;.. biak*
KIN'/.IE. .lolin. Omaha. man, r..-ane, [.wa
The 11st of Injured 1* as foltoWSl Knglneer
J. D. Montgomery, bona* broke.. and deep cut
ever ejre; John Kabler, Connofl Biuffa. head cut
and injured internally; "Jack" Taylor, Councll
rtluffs, head crushed, probably fatal: Mrs. Mary
S.-ully, Omaha, chest and Internal Injurles, prob?
ably fatal; Johr McKenna. Omaha. severely in?
jured: I?eonard H. Mack, Omaha, head cut. ae
vere injurles; Mi-'hnel Shar.non, Omaha; Henry
Conrad, boy, auppo**d tO be 8teallng a rlde, of
Oayton, Ohlo, contuslon of chest and arnis;
Conra.l. h.-> ? )r*l of abova-,, _____** lnjurle*; Moses
Baudo, Omaha. probably fatally Injured: 8am
uel Do.lson. Omaha, chest and arnis Injured; J. A.
Lltt'e, Omaha. presldent of the I'nlcr. Paclflc; Pl
oneers, chest contusions; J. J. Fltzglbhons, I.ogan,
Iowa. k-crs and chest Injured; Fr.derlck Klnsey,
Omaha, neck. back and shoulder injured; Kath
erine Oosgrove. Omaha, b.i.ly shaken up; "Mike"
I.eonard, Smith Omaha. slight injurles; Stephen
M.-aney, face cut. contusions of chest; Mlss Jat
ter, Omaha, badly Injured; Teresa Terry, Omaha,
r-ye badly cut; Robert Buchtirl, Omaha, nose
brok*n; I.izzie Bjrle*, Otnaha, arm broken;
"Ja.-k" Kinn'-y. Omaha. internally Injured; -?
Hu.ll.-y. badly hurt; Ollver Colvln, Omaha, ucalp
wounds, and Annle Colvln. his sister, back hurt;
Bv* N'lelson, Omaha, llmbs rru-.hed; Wllllam
ChrUtensci, Omalin, l.'gs and back Injured;
H. lf. Mi .Midiael, Dayton, ohio, head cut and
hurt Internally; __ Ma'sserschmldt, Omaha. logs
rrush.'d; Miss *___Mrt* Scully, Omaha. arm
brok.-n and body crush.-d; J. J. O'Hearn, Councll
Bl.iffs, br_Ml eruahed; Mrs. J. J. O'H.arn, head
badly cut and irternal injurles; Klsle Kahler.
Coandl Blulfa, aever. years old, fa.-e badly cut
and hurt internally; Patrick Carn 11, Omaha,
wrlst bn.ken an.l chest crushed: Mary Tracy,
Omaha. head badly cut and body severely
brtllaed; C. W. Johnson. Omaha. head cut and
legs bnileed; John Schlndler, Omaha, chest
crushed; X. C. Kenna, Omaha, chest and arm
A PICMTC TRAIN WRECKED.
r.vn pttrsonts Kn.i.iTP a.vd six DCTOWBD ONt
THE tVISCONSIN' CENTRAI. ROAD.
Chlcago, July 12.?A ptenlc train on the Wla
consln Central was wrecked at Altenhelm, ten
mlles west of the clty, this evening. Flve per
sons were kllled and six injured.
IXCEXDTARISM IX GALVESTOX.
ANOTHER PISARTROCS FIRE ON THE WHARF
OF THE MORGAN STEA.MSHIP LINE.
CralveB-ton. Tex.. July 12?There was another dls
astrou* flre on the wharf here to-day, and property
vahied ?t IIMVOOO was destroyed. At about 2
o'clock this afternoon a flre was aean on the Mor
*;an Ua* wharf and a negro was sent to sound
the alarm. On his return he ^aw three men *tand
lng by the blaze, which could euslly have been
put out. Tho men ordered the negro out
and he ran away. By some accident the gen?
eral alarm was not *ounded untll an hour later,
nnd a police serareant then found three Hanna, by
each of whlch was a keroaaetie can and some,
matcbaa, .howlng h-yond a doubt that the flr*
w.i? cauaed hy tncendlarlsm. From thi* lt la be?
lleve.! th.it the mjAjm wharf flre ten day* ago waa
from the tmme cause.
The property destroyed to-day was a ehed owned
hy the Mora-an Steainshlp Company, whlch con
talnad ..o.j,0(?j yards of Jute bagglng. Th* bagging
? ,? consiKti?"l to Cunnon & Co. by the I.udlow
Manufact.iri.i_ Company of Hoston. The ahed wa*
damaged t-> the extent of ti r-.ooo. the wharf H.otf),
and the remalndar of the i,.ra* waa on the jut* b_g
i_in_ The l.-i-r waa ttttty ln.ure.1. and there ls an
fnSurance of Pk.tM oa the shed. The people are
arraaath exclte. .->'-t' the mcendlarlsm and wlll un
Soajbtadlr de?l horshly wlth the crtmlnal* if they
DEATBB ATTBJBUTBD TO HFAT.
Beveral su ld.-n deatha were reported at the Cor
or.er'B otnre yesterday whlch wer* attrtbuted to
the extrairie heat.
Ouatav C, Wftgner. forty flve year* old. of No.
lll West o_...hu..dred-a_d-slxt*enth-*t.. dled *ud
d.nlr from hear. dlaeaae, aggrarated bjr tba heat.
_?/.__? A Turn. . twenty years old. dled ye?ter
da! fnlmlhe .ff- ts of th* hot weather and heart
d^.ll<?or_?TtbKV**% ?__ *** '? ??" "?d
?onI 3t.eet Hoapital fr-.m aunstnke
cosTLY BLOCE BBBSED IX XASHVILLE.
N-iahvllle Tenn.. July It-F&r* began in the c.-ntre
?<-' rh* thlrd floor of Roaenhelm'* drygood* Btore
ahout 1 o'clock y*st*rd?y afternoon, an.l by . o'clock
al.r.oat an entlre * quaro of the best buslnesa houBea
i? Naahvllle wa* elther burned to the ground or
b.d'ly dnmiiged by tmoke an.l water. Moat of th*
houaea and blocks are a total lo**. and the damaire
wlll utwegsit* BOt less than $&.?>.flOU. A pollceman on
.l.i.v n.-i.r ,i large gun nnd carlrldge atore was ahot
through th. e*r by t..e exploalon of *om* of th* car
trin.e" aad two t.egro flretnen wer* Injured. Koaen
helm'a I* probahlv the large.i -Iryg-oda eBtabllahmaait
in The nttv and lt fronta on three a*r**ta-North
CAm reda. and th* Sauar*. It la flanked on all
aidee by large buauiee* houaaa.
HARRISOX WILL TAKE THE STUMP.
THE EX PRESIDENT 1MPRES-ED WITH THE _tO~
MErNTOtS IMPORTANCE OE THIS CAMPAION.
Indlanapolla, July 12 (Ppeclal.)-A cloae frlend
of General Harrlson ia autnority for the state
ment that the General wlll take an acfive part
ln the comlng campalgn because of Ua mo
mentoua lmportance to the Natlon'a proaperlty.
Ever alnce the unforunate dlvlalon among the
leadera here. lnvolvlng the State Ohalrmanahlp.
there have been rumora that the ex-Prealdent
would not take aa actlve a part ln the cam?
palgn aa formerly. When talklng of thla to
day. the General'a frlend said:
"Thoae who credit General Harrlson wlth ao
amall a splrlt cannot be frlenda of hla or pre
tend to know hlm. He la. flrat of all. a loyal
Republlcan. and refuaed to be a candldate be?
cause he did not want the offlce. But he en
joya campalgnlng. and there wlll be no trouble
ln securlng from hlm the heartlest asslstance
ln the campalgn. He wlll undoubtedly make
a tour of the lmportant Western States. and
I thlnk lt wlll be arranged for hlm to make
aeveral speechea In Kentueky, West Vlrglnla.
Maryland, and perhaps ln Loulslana. He wlll
be found ready and wllllng to throw his un
rVubtedly great Influence ln favor of his party.
r.ot only because of his i.ratltude to lt, but
also because he believes that no campalgn slnco
186. eauals thla ln serlou.ness. From con
v.rsatlons wlth hlm. I thlnk h* has faith that
the Republlcan Inroads Into the Solld South
besrun ln 1S04 mean that it will be posslble this
tlme to save the votes of States llke Kentueky.
West Vlrglnla and Mlssourl for sound money.
1 know that Mr. Hanna exoects him to make a
tour through these States, and there ls no doubt
that he wlll speak several tlmes ln Indlana."
A PAXIC OX A FFRRYROAT.
THREE PERSONS Ht'ItT IN A rOU.ISION WITH
THE END Or A PII-R.
.* th* ferry-boat Flu<h!n_. of the txmg Island
F*rry Company, was cmtng Into the *Hp at Ba*
Thlrtv-fonrth-st. early last night. the how of th*
beat Btruck the end of the pler and threw sever.u
pasaengers to the dea-k. Injuring three and r a.is'ng
? p.rrlo on hoard. The Injured were Mrs. I/.zzte
Hausoh. forty-.-ight years old. cf No. 3.TI Baat
Twenty-second-st.. who wa* hurt In the left knee
*nd th'gh; Martha Rausch. her dauKtiter. foi.r.een
vear* old. of the same address. who had her left
kne* injured. and I*ou1* Prurmer, flfty-four years
old of No. ?\ We*t Thlrtle'h-st.. a sewing-machlne
agent. who had his left knee sllghtly bruised. The
latter refused medlcal treatment and w-.it to his
horne. Mr*. *r___*-_ and her daughter were treared
by an ambulance surt?eon from Rellevue Hoapital,
and later went home. The ratlot sald that the cur?
rent was running; so stron* that the boat could
not be handled qulckly enough tr> avoid coll'sion
wlth the end of the pler.
CI.FRGYUAX'S TWO DAFGHTERS DROWXFD
ROTH WERE RRIOHT TOING WOMEN. GRADtT
ates OF THE VERMONT NORMAI. BCHOOI,.
Bellows Falls, Vt.. July 12?The village of C.m
brldgeport, seven mlles from this town, is mournlng
to-day for one of the saddest drownlng accldents
tbat'haa occurred ln this viclmty for many y.-.irs.
Th* vlctlma are two young daughtera of tbe Rev
B. I). Ooodrtch. whose hous.'hold here constotcl of
hl* wlfe an<l two dauahters, Rosabel, aare-1 eig-hteen.
and l.lll an, aged twenty. i.Taduates from the State
Normal S.-hooI. About 11 o'clock yesterday, In th*
temporary absonce of their mother, tho glrls told
their father they were golng wnlklng. About 3
o'clock, thelr daughter* not havlng returned, the
father and mother went to the rlver nearby, and
soon found the body of one daughter ln shallow
water near the shore. A scarching party was or
ganlzed. nnd after som* tlmo the body of the other
daughter was found in twelve feet of water. Botb
had evldently been dead for aoma hour*. The bodla-s
wer* clad ln lmprov1*ed bathlng sults, whlch indi,
cated a sudden determlnatton to go to the rlver for
a frollc. They wer? extremely brlarht and attractlv.
glrls, having graduated wlth high honors. Roth ex
pected to tench_fre comlng year. One had already
heen engage^l fd?k*chool ln Sprlngfteld.
'BUIC^DE BY A LEAP. ""^?"
A DEBPONDENT MAN JIMPS FROM A FOt'RTH
Phllip Weller, flfty year* ol.l, a . Igarmaker, oom
mlrted aul.dde lant evening by jumplng from a
a-tndow of the bullding No'. 63 Avenu* D. Weller
liv.-d wlth his wlfe, Mary, and his daughter, Kate,
on th* fourth floor of the buildlng. H.. had ben
Blck for a long tlm* wirh dropsy. anl had littlo
tuae of hla legs. H.- could not work, and had been
despondent because of that fact. I_._t nijrht, whil*
hl* arlfe wa* muk.ng aoma small purohases for
hrm, he ro** from hi* bed, walked to the window
and jumped out Into the vard. The nei^hbors ran
to wher* h* had fallen, and Pollcem?n Hrooks, of
th. l'nion Markm statlon. was eai'.ed ln. He **nt
out a call for an ambulan -e. but Weller d!e?l Just
before th* stirgeon arrlv*d. His akull was crusfhed
and hla *pln* brokan.
GVARDSMFX TRY TO KEEP COOL.
AN tTs-rOMFORTARI/r WARM DAT IN THE STATE
CAMP. Bt- MANY VISITORS IN THE
Peekiklll. N. T.. July 12-Ev*ry on* was glad fo
*ee th* aun __? n*ar th* we*tern horizon. for the
day has been ancomfortably warm. A* a gen*ral
thlng the m*n have atayed ln* camp. huntlng out
ahady places where *om* *ort of a breexe could be
found, but th*r* were a few who went to Pe.-kskill
through the brolling *un. They found the vlllag*
quit* aa warm as camp. Fortunately there wer* no
drlll*, so the medlcal department had ltttl* to do
beyond Joining the great majorlty ln trylng to keep
At 11 o'clock thi* morning church servlc*? wer*
held under the treea near Aljutant-Oeneral Mc
Alpln'a quarters, and th* sermon preached by
Chaplaln Llndaay Parker. of the 231 Reglment. was
not only eloquent, but on* of the h.-*t preached
here ln late years. Hla text wa* "HleHse. are they
who hunger and thlrst after rtghteousness for they
Bha'.l be ftlled." He Bpoke brlefly, hut wlth much
earnestnes*, and his larg* congre?;at!on of National
Ouardsmeti were much lmpressed. chaplaln Parker
will not remain the entire week wlth hla reglment,
but wlll return to the clty on Tue.day.
There were the ... .ai number of aftefnoon Bchoola
to-day. and they wer* all held ln th* coolest spot*
the lnatructors could flnd. They wer* all well at
tended by mllltary students who are atrtvlng to ac
qutre as much knowledge of the art of war as they
can ln th* week glven them. There are gr-at pos
? Ib'.llties wlth the r*giment. Judging from the su
perlor tntelllicnce of the men ln the organlxation.
Th-> guard mount of th* morntng was not. however,
good. The llne had to be reformed and there wer*
a few technlcalities that th* general obaerver w-.ull
not have aetn. but whlch dld not escape the viarl
lant eye of Lleutenaitt-Colonel Butt, the guard In
structor. To-morrow's guard mount wlll be b*tt*r,
f,,r very careful lnstructlon* hav* b*en glven to th*
detall* whlch to-day'* guard dld not recelv*.
A great many vlsttors cam* to camp thla aft*r
noon and ln the cool of th* evening a long *trin_
of carrlage* came out from Peeksklll wlth people
who wer* anxloua to aee the Ud Reglment's evening
parade. They saw one of the orettleat parade* of
th* seaaon wlth aomethlng a llttle extra In the way
of escorttng the colora on th* llne. This always
addl In.preBslveneaa and extra muslc to the cre
monv. beatd.B maklng lt *omewhat longer. Blx
menibers of Troop C, of Brooklyn, also paid camp
a vla.lt thla afternoon. They came up ln th* yacht
Mtnta and appeared ln camp in full yachtsmen'*
reaalta. Th-y wer* C. C. Bolat. B. Levlan, P.
Lt-vlan. F. Wllllam*. B. Olber.a and A. Diailey. C.
C Molet and hl* brother. who own th* M nta. ar*
member* of the Tappan Z** Yacht Oub.
The offlcer cf the day to-morrow wlt. be (.aptain
R E. Whltman. of the 23d Reglment. i>f_e*r* or
the guard. Flrat Lleuunam .amee 8 Bralner.. or
the J?th Reparate Cornpany, and Becond I_*iit*_ant
W. J. Travl*. of th* Ztd Reglment.
"THB BENEDICT" PBRFTDCT COLLAR BUT
soif. Beae*-rt Br**. m __r**_rar*jr.-__4r_
BRYAN'S ROAD A HARD ONE.
ANXIOU8 TO KNOW WHAT THE OOLD
DEMOCRATS WILL DO.
AN EPFORT TO rAPTtT.E POPt_IBT TNDOR-^
MEYT ANT) RETAJtf THE PARTT VOTR IM
THIS STATK BY HIS PROPOBED
fBT TEM.CJRAPH TO THB TRIB.T*_.J
Cblcago, July 12.?Wllllam J. Bryan, the PopRe
list-Democratlc candldate for Pr ?sldent. accom
panled by his wife, departed fiom the CHftOR
House, this clty, last night 'or (he auburbaR
home of Mrs. Lyman Trum'.iull. at So. 4.0111
Lake-ave. It will ?>e remembered that Mr. Bryan
waa a law student In the oftice af the lata
Lyman Trumbull. Mr. Bryan's rir-algn was to
vlalt Mrs. Tnimt.ull. and also to escape from all
Democratic-Populist politi< lans for a day, and
have a rest. Mr. Bryan will return to the Cltf*
ton House to-morrow, hut will not go Immedl?
ately to hls home at Llncoln, Rt**, lnstead. ha
wlll go to Salem, the Iittle old town down ln
Illinola where he was born. In that qulet Iit?
tle vlllage Mr. Bryan wlll rest for n. few daya,
and then go dlre<t to hia Nebraska home.
TRl'STIN'.. IN HIS l.AMHITS FOOT.
Chlef Clerk Kehoe, of the ( llfton House,
pointed out to-day that. baaM >" b. ing nomlnated
f.n Friday, Mr. Bryan had upset nr.other cher
Ished tradition He occupbd Room No. 1.1 ln
tht hotel. When he flrst wrote tt, the Cllfton
House for room.. he was assignod to rooma
whlch afterward were chang-.1 for Room So.
18. He oceupied the apartm-nt wftfe tho fntal
number for two or th--ee daya, and not untll
Thursday was It ox.-hang.'d for ROOM No t.
Mr. Bryan hlmself doea not think his succeag
is sclentlflc proof that No. 1.'! Is not an unlucky
number, or Friday not an inlticky day, hut
that the "hoodoo" was kllled by Ihe rahhlt'a
foot whlch was giv u him at the Conventlon
nall on Thurs.lay afternoon by a Sotithern dela*
Mr. Bryan has already announeed lhat at an
early day he will vi.sit the Kastern States. and
atterr.pt to arouse there an int.-rest In the mnvj
ment for the ir. .> colnage of silver. That saga,
Congressman Sulzer, of New-York. gave aa
nurar.ee while bera th.it the Kast Sido of New
York i'lty would burst into a flame of enthusl
MBfl for a EHVcent Demoerat. Al?-ng the Bow
ery the dealers in oM elotbafl and mlsftt troua
ers already were clamorlng for a sight of Mr.
Bryan's tooo. In rural N'ew-York, also. some of
the New-York J>emocrats assured Mr. Bryan
that he wou'.d Hnd a hearty ro-eptlon. Senator
Peffer and "Sookless Slmpson" had been un
alile to make an ImpKOBloa th-re. 1 ut they were.
confl.lent that Mr. Bryan, wlth hls "matchlesa
eloquence." would win thousands of votes for
the Popullst cause, Frederi-k C Schraub, of
I.owvllle, delepate from the I.ewls, J. fferson and
Oawego Ooncreaa Dlatrlct, sal.l the Democrata
of that portlon >.f the .State would ni'.st heartiljr
Bupport the Democratic nomlnees for Presldenl
ON1. BTONR FOR TWO BIRD8.
These statements must have pleased MP,
Bryan. an-l his ndvlsers said he had about da
tertnined to op.-n hls campalgn at Madlaoa
Square Uarden In New-York City on July -L
on the day berore tbe Popullst Natlonal Con?
ventlon meets at St. I.ouis. Mr. Bryan ln thlg
speech, they said, woul.l .irive two altna; firat,
to capture the BUpport of the Popullsts for
Presidet.t, and secondly, to brlng to his sup
port, on the ground of belng the "regular**
Democratlc candidate, the Democrata of New
York State. Mr. Bryan also wlll seek ln tha
course of this visit to learn somethlng about
the projects of the L'ustern Democrata;
whether. for Instance, in New-York State the/
lntend to n. rninate Prepldentlal electors who
will be pledged to support him for Presldent. Thf?
New-York Democrats, it will be r.-membered,
refralned from nomlnating any can-lelates for
alcctora; thelr ox.-use belng that if certain men
were nomufatad they would sui'-ly reslgn. and
these resignations would uffect lnJuriou.sly thelr
politlcal campalgn. Slnce thatr State Conven?
tlon was held at Saratoga precis.-ly this con
tingenoy has occurn-d. and now many of them,
are favoring the nomlnatlon of gold electora
pledged to support some gold Demoerat fo?
COM^IITTKKMAN SHF.F.HAN 8TAY8 AWAT.
The New-York member of the Democratla
Natlon%) Committe-., william V. Sheehan, wag
not present at yesterday's meetlng of that body,
and thus far, Mr. Bryuu has had no chanr#
to sound him upon thln serlous quesllon of tho
Xew-York Detno. rats nomliiatlng gold electora.
Mr. Sheehan BOt only was not present, but it
was known that he had purpos-ly departed for
N'ew-York soon after Mr Bryan was nomlnatefl
for Presldent. Mr. Bryan has been told that
he had better see Mr She.-han at an early day,
slnce he is tba actnal head "f the Tammany
Hall organization at tlie present tlme, hla
brother, John C. Sheehan. being only tho repra*
sentatlve lend -r.
Another disturbing statement which Mr?
Bryan has doubtleoa heard about the New
York Democrats is that they lntend to hold
thelr State Conventlon at the latest posslblo
day. and thus postpone a.tion upon the Presl
dentlal elector queatton untll the campalgn iB
near Its end Mv this postponement of tha
meetlng of thelr conventlon. they argue. th*V
wlll be able to watch the devel.pnient of tha
campalgn and learn what is tl.e best coursa
to adopt--Indorae Bryan or Indorse a gold
r)emocrat for President Long I eforg the New
York Conventlon ls held they b.-lleve the gold
Democrats of the Cnlt.-d Btatea < utside the Hnea
of the "regular" organization wlll have held
a Natlonal Conventlon a*id wlll have nomt
nated a candldate for Presldent, and they will
be able to d< termlne upon the strength and
pow.-r of the t.oiters.
GOLD DK.MOCHATS DKTKRMINED.
Mr. Bryan wlll disc.v.-r to mcrrow that th*
gold DemocratK havje DO. abai.doned thelr plana
for the holdln/t of a National Convention. Th*
ar.*clal committco whlch was appolnted by th*
gold D.-mocrats whlle the Democratlc National
Convention' waa, in jirogr^ss to cotiKlder the pol?
lcy of holdlng a gold Nati >ial Demo. ratlo Con
ventlon will Issue a manlf"sto to-niorrow urg
Ing the eallttag <>f BUCh a convention. Gold
Mar.dnrd D.Mii'.'-rats in all the States wlll be
upon .0 id urg. >l to hold State Cor.ven
Booa na poealbl*. ln aome lnatancee It
ted that this could l>* d.ne early In
it, an.l delegatea appolnted. By mutual
it a date early ln S. t.ten.ber could be
for the holdlng of tha- National Col*
ventlon, and, as Controller Eckela sald yeater*
day. In vlew of the i.nportan.e of the laaa)b> In?
volved very llttle time r,?ed be waated la
enoofllng the convention clty. Mr. K.-kela alao
said that as far a* the _-<>ld-standard t)*moa
crats of this aectlon an<l th. Kaat are con*
<-erria-.l. they have already glven asguranc*
that a Democratl.' National Onvejtlon wlH
poaltlvely he held. but the leadera'ar* eon
vlnced that the gold-sta.nlard Democrat* of th*
Weat and South wlll alao swlng Into Un* and
aaeist In nominatlng a candldate for whom gol?
Democrata can east thelr votea. Mr. Ecket*
also explalned why It waa needful. ln his *y.>*>
to nomlnate * gold Der.-o.rat for FfaMMt.
?I wlll not vote for Mr. Bryan or any other
free-colnage Democrat. and I am golng to do
my beat to defeat hlm. but -annot appear on a
platform wlth Republlcana In oppoaltlon to hlm,
for I wlsh to a.ldra-KB Detnocrats, and pereuade
them BOt th BBMBri Mr Bryan I thlnk Re?
publlcan* should addresa Htpuhllcana In oppo
Bltlon to Bryan. and Democrata thelr Demo*
cratlc frlend* In oppoaltlon to Bryan. Jolnt
meetlngs cannot be beld >>f Reiubllcana and,
a.ol.1 Democrata agalnat Bryan betauae thef
are unlted only o?i the gold-atandard nuestlon.
Bealdea, I thlnk more effectlve work agalnat
Bryan can be done by aeparate meetlnga
agalnat hlm. The Reuubllcans and gold Demo*
_ret? should ao arranga It that thelr meeUnga)