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Vol. i v:....N?- !8f21i.
NEW-YORK, THURSDAY, BEPTEMBER 24 IfcWtf ?SIXTEBU PAGES.
PR1CE THREE CEiVm
THK FIGHT OVEK THACHER
?HffT Iim FKBUNQ IX TAMMANY
HALL.
.-?TXlTTT 4S TO THT MEAXIKa OF THE
AVFV ED I - M.lTiv.N ' I Y THK
BTATB <<>MM1TTKF. -
? ? ? IAIXST H1U_
mt^fft ? tly ;i large amount of
Uvi r ??!? menl In
?r.V I
* ,', . .... . ? the Hoflman
? whlch Benal i- Hlll
,',>? ? ut,on
inty Cl. rk Pur
*L, i ? ? ? . . John B >yd
**l the 81 ite ticket.
... II belleve thal Johi C
ant what h I ln hl ' rr im to
^ ,, ? han and nv-st nf tho Tan
a on the Sta1 C
h. kr!. ll when the vote w.is tak.
, nt.
were ns ir-r-p ln the
I - ? rhnt was ; layed on ua at Buffalo
^ j. . ler yeater
__v vt waa Bmarth g under 1 lefeat.
' | ,- Ufe last nlght."
uid ar ?'.?' "" 'll '
?eal I ys ,,riin"
wtct A| vi the Harlem "The only way by
? - ?
_, . ? - mmlti .--.-'.
vMf *?.? taken a: d pleadlng wlth them per
, . . , ? ? ind by hlm, promlalng tliar Thach.-r
I _r- ,.ff the ticket if th.- committee took
jpactt' n agalnal hlm."
Jn f. ? . a dellghtful uncer
?-.. - ver rtrclea yeat<
Mr Hlll hlm
, . ? ? ny, busled him
? Mr. Thacher wa* under
? h held. aa Shea'a
it ad< i ted lt muat not br pre
iiuned thal tha Btate wanted I
tte* of whlch Mr Tork 1* chalr
Mr. Thacher
: Hi Hlll, ' la vaated wlth no
.. mand or evan BUggeai tha
. . ? ? ment."
,- E Mack, of Puffalo. f=aid he could
r would Btay on the
. ... Hi_ ellef waa b< aald, tha:
? ? thdraw, aml that Wllbur I
._
A.MiKV AT THB BENATOH
many that Benatoi
|
r feelini
il th. Benator. Nearly
ber of the commlttee had aomethlng
? | m convaraaUon wlth frlenda, tha
- Ltor were bltter. bul
any evldei !a!"kp
retl
?? ? ,;, ou: 1" the battle l I
evenlng, and deslring to be refn
aa y.. ;
? He mel a num
theaituatloi
B ??,-. whlle pteaaed ,
, , , ,
?ho troubl. ?
n talklng aboul
the pi
?
? ? ?
Btat. ?' ? ? ?
na may I.:> Natlonal laauea.
" '
'?'??
.- his few ch
? ? ng around, and
. t I State
-
?th. the < ?
. have." hi
lUl l
f the Btr
I ry for Benator B
?
itlor. i
- - ? '
, to be ln
"
IB tO
Mr. .
? . I he i
When aaked how I
ked, omir
notlfy
. ut the notlftcatlon ? ileo inclua.
? nn "
??' 1 ... ? r must unquall
? ' Benatoi
i
ir own inference." he r?i ? l
OPINION OF MK CHABE
Ev? . . >.???? Chaae. wh i came down
and aho
aann : r Mr. Tl " "
The .
for the pui
'
of lhe n II
: hln lt i
Ii .- plalnly an
itlon committei " ..... ? _t
. ,. W i-.a-i of Al
- one of M l ar'!
?
-, n-.t in
| :. ' '?>?>??
I
laaai ; . ? dr.
I Mi I'ratt. ;
-
B*B8lon tha' he ? >uld Indorae it um i
... to
. that to mean lhal
??,
i upon II fairly. kn
aau tl nventlon waa ind l
? ? i ventlon hini Indorse the
'
? u had nol t.n thal all of the
-' !" :" '": '
? ? .
?la. aon ? '*} '_
ird of
waa
.
upon Impulae. a
? had tak?n tlm
li publlc l do ?
nomlnatlon under the < Ir um
' -8."
PEELING IS TA.MMANV
Thefriends of Ui. Pratl baj thal ai
?aa baaa done hlm. Tba. aat-oii lhal '
Hi Thacher to ba neadj to ad .pl the CW
'*** Platl >rn hb )?- found it. and that Bheehan,
*ht aaw Thacher ?uoaaquently, ah .uld alao
.^M,,,,, |f pratt dld
leepand
D thai they a..?!"
*? be*t the rtrtlma ln ? " "f: ! ' '
* upon tbla aa a i ? ,K.,
2*_ Tht- fai-t ,i,ai B\ Ormd) had tha
l_v> ariae ir. the organhmtlon and atjaca
f outlnued on Foorth Vatta.
SHOT DEAD IX THE 8TREET.
A YOT'NO WOMAN ITCRDERED IN BBV
BNTH-AVE,
THE MAN who HD THB BHOOTINQ _TT~_f~T_
BriCIDK, HIT R"COV_P_l THE POLICE l"N
ARL-S tt. i r. \i:x ML'CH ABOVT THE I
I !. gate, of Proaped Plact Bi ooklyn,
- hoi and kllle I In Bevenl ? . between
? ? ' th and Foui - - tt fl
last evenlng:, hy Wllllam -l Koerner, ?h
at No. _7" Carlton-ave., Brooklyn, Poll
John B. Fowler <>f the Weal Twentleth-al ata
who ?ai "ii duty In the vlclnlty. heare1 the
ahota I ran to the a. en<, Mldway ln th"
block, ? ? ? Tl rteenl ? nth ata..
llie offlcer mei a man him a v. ?? man
v a" about twi nty-f i wom?
an, who appeared to i?- aboul th* aame i -
hlicht flgurc and well dr. -
ai-.-ut hla neck. She appeared t.i i.< in a falnt
lnp condltlon A crowd nf flfty or i _ty people
waa followlng tli*- couple. Aa Fowler graaped
tho man 1-y t! ? neck he fell mi the aldewalk <?:i
his. rlght alde ar.d th-- woman 'ei! upon hlm.
On* "f th- Byatandera told Pollceman Fowler
that th- man had ahol the woman. Th.- |
man Immediatel) aenl ur an ambulance call
to tho n>w-Yi rk Hoapltal, an ?' f u
minut.-s Dr Han ? ' al the - ? ne. ln
th?- meanwhlle Fowler hal ned iho man.
who a aa rr: a aeml-con itoi ?. and ap
r the effecta of a druj:. A re?
volver was f und on the sidewalk undern.
anl wlthln a few in-'he?. r,f h;s
rlght hnn-i. Th. re were thn ? i ? cartrldgea
aml one loaded on< ln th.- revolver
DIED IN T1U-: HOSPITAI.
A Buperflclal examlnation Bhowed that the
? had been ahol ln one of the flngera of
the left hand. in tbe chln and in the lefl I
. und In the breai I had pler ed tho lung,
and Dr Harrlaon aaid there was very llttle
cbance of her rtcoverj Thi nuui and tho
\vr>man were taken to th?- New-Tork n *i
! after her i
The man. who wai ??- leni Terlng fi im the
... oplate, ?? elleved by th.- ua* of
a at imach pump. it waa neceaaary to reeort to
...-?-.. eapiral ng hlm 1 na ious
neaa He gave hla name as Wllllam J K -
,.! i aald that he was a newapaper man and
... : ? Penn.
When the wotnan'a clothlng hed an
. ,i card, ng 1 na ne >f Boaa A.
te \'.. ]'.? Wa klyn,
und in a pocki thook, ln
.<?;_ ln bllla. On 'ho bai k of tho .'ard waa wrlt
ti r. ir. pem II, In a woman'a hand. ' i > leaa thee
with a human I I ahleld t
lateal yeara f~* i rdaworth ?" Then
:,!? . :,\.';,-.ntalning one or t*
whlch ? gatore. Noa
273 a: 275 I tbuah-a*. ??, Brooklyi logd
"ith two preacrlpi i . one bearli g the i
I- Wo d and numhen d ~3ti 373. Th?
wai ,. ..,.-.. red li' 7M and had no name,
Koernei ? aa taken aboul 9:3fl I ? lhe
Wesl Twentl. th-at. atation, where h. waa
n Wi "J ?'>'
To (
t.-at he boarded wlth Mrs. Charlea Penm yer. at
No 27." Carlton-ave., Brooklyn. Il> aald I -
? No !? Charlea-al .
He gave hli age aa twenty-fmir
Captaln Walari rl.-:. aaked hlm how long h ha i
known Mlai The prlaone: anawi re ?
"How dld ahe gel Into this affalr? Bhe is loo
nire a girl to brlng Into any trouble Bhe la a
frlend of mlne, and l don'1 wanl Involve hor
ln any of my trouble*."
KOERNER'B ACCOUNT OF HIMBELF.
Subaequently Koerner "as queatione. by
? \\ alah in hla pi ??? i He aa
he waa a newapaper artlat, who dld work f^v
? i aupplementa on aome nf the Bunda
He had known Mia Ri Igate who llved
wjth h< pai ta al No 243 or No. 275 Pi -
Brooklyn, for aboul a year Bhe wa ?
,, a .... ... : |< bar tt Luthrle,
Pli i-at. n.T -, ?
hla calllng on her and he had m< I i
timo to llme In New-Y. rk Clty. H
yeaterd a rr ln Plne s:. and ma l<
i ae h. r at 5 I'clock In th
H-? could ii r keep lhi ? g -
? ?
her I et hlm at Pli
r. ;in o'clock He aald thal I
the atatlon of an el
From thal Um. be aaid i remei
? thal h? had
a -ne fi r two oi three daya and had taken tweni ?
i of phenacetlne and aboul 2 o'i I ick - hke
The only wltneaa** of the ahootlng whom _?*
- Perkina an 1 Mal i I the xv' '"
aecui t nlghl w.
. Machek, of No, 212 Weal -
nd E. A. Blgi pector of tho
Mr-. M
ng oul
.: ?
.......... .. - ? ? ? h-ave
u
??
? n thi 1
? ?? an ran u;v a crowd |
and Mrs Ma< hek aa
Koerner li
I hlm to th<
? d No oi a- ? from
Mra Ma h. - " I ?und by 1 e, who
? . ,.,;
\ '.". r a Idreaaed to Mra. Pem r ai
- ? ,i Ho iae paper waa :' mnd li
<? ? . p0 keta if Koei ni r*a cl ?' h. Il waa
dati followa:
? , ? i *?
? . ? ? ?
wrlte !
tlon i
me for fli
? "PUened P? ?
' ? .-.- -
,-? to have thla
_ ? ? ? ?
?
fair j
not i wol - '
v
?
KOERNER'B UFE IN I BOOKLYN.
Koerner aboul two y< ara ag< came to
iany, P< nn . whi .- h
llve. Hla fath. r waa I
, ,.r, i ui loal hla propertj tl Ung In
,, ; ' and waa cornp. II. d to - l< -? up I
After Hving a ahort Um. ...
man engawed room und board with Mr*. Mc
I'mri - -?-? i "f ?'? ' Wl,'?-~h'
.'-?, Park, He
H , ... untll aboul
I wlth Mra. Pem
?i \.i _7-"? Carlton-ave
Hia aunt Mra Koerner, ol No 1,0 C
?',.-? and .,,;. v llttle aboul hlm Mra
Kolrneriald th
... Kedgat. ra
,'v .i.-nti
, . uher. B-ru .."?
{hi Brooklyn Cltj Mad. I
ty-eight I. la _
? ?
S known thal
oppoaed y? una '??
. Hoapltal lai
f.-i-.
,,,? would IhroH nny lighl ol th(
. ,1, he removed to Bro. klyn ... day.
TWO W il COMET8 DI8CO\ MJ.fi.
Cal., Bept B ."' '-"- Sw;'
satronomei In ? harg. ? I Moill I Low. ??
l aa .iis- .,v.-r..i iv... ti- ? ? -mei ' ?':",
i.ri-i.f' h? Onrt -tghte.
L..i n i-rtt.r vi. w ,..-? evenlni ?'
*0hile th? aun waa ildden intalna Jt
waa about one il?_rea from the auu.
FOR ANANTI-TURKI8H LEAGUE
PRANCE BAID TO BE TRYING TO HAVE
BNGLAND ANp RU881A J"IN HER
| A DECIBIVE RESOIXTION T'> BC SKNT TO T11K
Sl'I.TW DEMOXBTRATIONB IN" B501AN1
.1' iHN \; "'.'I.i:- - DETKIAI
London. s.-r.t. 23.?"The Dally Graphlc" wlll
to-morrow puhllah a dlapatch from Iti Parla
corr. tlng thai h>-- haa authorlty
the Prench
d ur
genl . -? tiat ?:.. ? ih : h. of effectlng a
the Turl >n by
d an i Ruaala Thi re ls s'.ronK
? to belii ?
that n itatlvea of
tl,,. three P il ?ple wlll withtn
, . itlon to
?
The i. ndon ifternoon papera, whlch hav^
? ntlon of i: ?
ln Turkey, now acarcely allude to anj pomlble
? ..ti ri,.- parl "f the .'zar. but all of
the papera prlnt columna of edltoiiala, com
i.iui.i all of
whi h aro d nat 1 Rultan. The c"i;
? - ls In d' ;
n !!..? pai i ' . Power ln Tur
? iorlng at. ? ? ("ti
cerl
John Lowlea, i ' th.- Houa* of Com
for th- Haggeraton : ' Sh iredltch,
I ,?.. ?? - ?-. . :, . "? ? ti "The I ?allj Newi
at th.- meel the
. r - ? ? ? .er Ul to proteal agali wai re
. fChi atiana by Turka were Incorrectly rep
Mr Low lea ?? larei thal he d ?? thal
h" waa authorlz.
that ? ?
. ? ? the three P era; tbal if ahe at
tarked Turkej upon anj i i
: hai ?? i" far ? thal ! that
lf ahe I t or tool tlon alone lt
m thal al that moment there
be a European ?nr
\ dlspatch from Bofla saya thal Armenlan
refuge. a uhn h ed In Bulgai la an
n furthi t A't -i lan outrage* n
? ? oecui "i. F ' '
worth ' ' "t ls con
. ii. a Tui kish offli lal telegram.
Parla, Bept. 23 A dlapatch from Conetantl
? Baya thal thi Armenlan n i bo
- n..u exli are flve In nun ber
'
tha to hrinp
about the ruln if th. Otl iman Emplre and to
era to Inb i ? '??? ln
Turl
organlzatlona recelve th.-ir ordera from a
natral
ind the recenl atta. k
upon th" ' >tl im in Bank b A
Hli i hak and P letlea re
three other revolutlonarj organl
mpllsh the
?
*
THI QVEEX COXGR ITVLATED.
TEBTERDAT HER REIOS DECAME LOXQER THA."
?.li vi 01 IM ' KOU8H S"\ EREIOX.
B Ths Mayor, of London and
othi r Eni t0 ,h''
...... . - ?
n-r y. ipled the i
? ? ? ?
? '
?
., ? : Her M ? ?? have
? lan.
tt no ' '' ? 'he 8
. ... ,. m,
"
.-???? *n M
a . ? . ' ? I hi
?
. ? .. :"''
IS EXGLAXD L08IXG PRE8TIGE TBEBEfl
|P8 M.VKl.'i 8 IN THE PAC1
EXPEOTED RESVL-T OK Ll - I'NDl R
.-'" tNl IXU ? ITH THE I"ZAH
!.,.. |01 <?;.' .' \ ?," ?- dlai al ' from B
tl ? Ruaalan ena
? . -.. ,ti of repalrlng tl ?? ''??<? nt
.... al f'"'' '
'
'
tha Brttlah war veat
...... ?:
? >.?''?
?
DOXGOLA DEFIXITELY OCCCPIED.
MAS1 QEXERAL. KIT' TI
EXEn a I'i:-' -RIPTIOX OP THK ARJfT
? 4PA.
-,r.- a Oeneral Blr H. H. Klt.
r of the Anglo-Ei
:
?
?
re of Dom I ? :
? '?
? ?
... .
-
I
Thi , -. n. ry unlmportant, aecord
the book of S
? ' the I.k i '
Mr Kh
t ra vellei
'??'? n de la
..... .? ? He tak-?
... my of AM
...... m ?. . Moh m. ? I
.r-l wlth ? rmlea ll
?
-
?
. K Hla I*
?
' m Ma
? ? I
.
tln i ? . .
?
?
- men lomi the
......
? ' ?
'
I
? - ?
* -? , - :?? -i from
? ...n
\ ?
'
l? it.. Kl
-? ?
? wi .it..... of lhe
?' ? ?"
8
////.'</ GALE8 1S TBE EXGLISB CBAXXEL.
? .
. ,.t evenlnj
11 boat* ; Ivlna ' "
, ? ? > nui
i
? wnlm rted
? ? wn to
n
? ? rm*
?i i:AIS l /' i J / OR IHI Cl \i:
Balmoral. Bepi -: 1:"" ? ",l"J '":"
.in.i thi arou*. ah..ng trlp of tha Caar
and th* Prla ?? af UTalea haa. a*a_aaaju?Ui a*?n
liuatjioned.
MR. IjRYAN IX BROOKLYN.
DE LIVER8 TH R /; E 8PEECH E8.
THB ACADEMT OF MU8IC AND ~L ? HOV '
AVE. RINK CROWDED.
AN nvFP.FI.oW MKKTINO IN MONTAOUB-ST. OETS
A IHAIUS i'i' TIIK OltATOR. THB CAMDIDATB
QUOTE- ABRAHAM LINCOL", BAMCTC- J.
TILDEN AND OTHERfl, AND DB?
KOPNCEa THOBE WHO OPPOSE
THB CH1C i K I PLATFi >RM
Three sj...h.-s were the meana by whlch
Wllllam J Bryit>< !llr Popof.ratlr candldate for
Prealdent of tbe "nll tl Stalea, Introdoced hlm
s.-lf to the people of Brooklyr laal pvenlng. He
s.-ii.l llttle thal he baa nol uid tpfore, and, al
thougli there were rowda preaenl al Piich meet?
lng, the abaence of leadera of tbe Democracy
waa notlced and rommenled on. <?n the trlp
from Phlladelphla lo Broiklyr, Mr. Bryan made
aeveral Bhorl apecchea at towna In SewJeraey
where tbe traln Bto| pe&
THE PROWDS LI8TEXED PATIEXTLY.
Wllllam Jennlnga Bryan haa made his much
? p,r,.~ kl) n Thn ? ? rflowa
Aere ? t. Two of them aen overflowa of
! al the Academy of Muaic
.,.? Clermonl A\renue Bink in auch numbera
; w--r- ad
T r waa a b _ overfl >w of worda
whlch nevei comtng untll tho pai
..f two audlen >.-* was nearly ezbauated, and an
alr-ady huaky and hoarae volce waa alm-ist
completely t.i.k.-n down. Tho ahow was glven in
three rlnga and tha performer in each caae gave
an efforl of hla llfe Havlng bla Ifadlaon Bquare
arell In n Ind, Mr. Brj in ma 11 no uae
inuacrlpta ln hls apeeeh, excepl to r.-ad ai>
: and Abraham
Lii -in. whoae utterancea be took for the texl
of hi- ? h Mr. Brya red one auc?
ceaa la ia new tn him wlthln I
mlta of the Greater New-Tork. He beld
untll the end of his epei
and kei l i attentlon thn ughout, except once
or twlce, when h>- r.-nd fr..m his favorlte ?uthorl
Llncoln and T'':.:
Mr, Bryan ahowed plalnly thnt ho has been
he lefl New Tork < 'ity in
He appeared t.. be at Last t.-n yeara
portralt whlch hung over his
head would Indical . He had irr--.it .'Ifflculty In
? g hla throat clear, nnd his hear< ;j I ?
oppoi; ui.it y tn lleten to the
whlch he haa a reputatlon. The Popocratlc can?
dldate wlll doubtleaa leav- Brooklyn well aatla
I . , ? .... eptlon in the 'itv recognlai 1 as
the lei ?P"
ponenta ln tbe Btate. The crowda were there
il?,i th< - were In good condltlon, bul if
... Natli :.'- i Ired man" had looked
? illy over his aud Ihe howllng
ii its hlgheal he would hav- eeen fully a
of the people before hlm alttlng quletly, ln
dKTerenl to tbe demonatratlon. Theae were the
?pectators.
The length of Mr Bryan'a Academy apeeeh
anrl i, la of his own vlewa on
ih" Chlcago platform were doubtleaa ln th- na
lure of a aurprlae to moat of bla bearers, wh" had
- ? . beeaaaa o* tha
? ? blll f..r the evenlng. Hla long Bpeech
gave the Impreaalon I aa attemptlng to
a rallure at Madiaon Bquare by ahow
knowa how to apeak at length and in
:i way ns ... keep hbi hearera Intereated.
ki pi - h. arera In the hall, and there
rhat many of them loat much of
,t. . ..... Thua he accompllahed one thlng,
whlle he mus* hav offended in noallgbt m.-asure
the tolllm maxaea who were obllged to v-alt for
hlm until n< ar y 11 o'i lo. k.
? ? -
DETAILS OF TIIK ACADEMT MEETIXG.
BRYAN HELD U18 AL'DIENCE UNTIL THE
END OF HIB BPEECH.
I waa
would
v ? I aroui
I a "' ,h"
get The
? ? atage, wa* dl Ided betwi ?
but ll
? * , plentlful -?
a'omi
??
? .
Kgre_
.... R ibert
D mo ratl
: ??: . M ?'? ?
.? . -? John
?: c. I- Wltt, Bernai
v i ki
ll- u " '""
walked down i enti
Durlng lhe long walt preci
the ?rx -ki r* th* cr iwd ai i Ing to
the ii ? - - ~ "f ~?r~
jard blrda and beaata and eh**r? for varloua per?
aona ? I*
. rllll'l
?-.-.! ?? Th* i
but thi ? cbeer*
had ai mlght he Interpre
. , way Early tn the meetlng aome
r M< Ktnh y, *nd far ,i
a waa aomi thlng re
? rth ? volley
Bo f ai ther* wa*
Thacher and
..? ?
I
8.B8ENCE oF DECORATIONH
' tet decora
I i ? ' ' '
mad* up ln
for tl "'" ,;' '-?'*
l
red wltl Siara ..nd
One of the n
th who pored ln
' for
I
? m the Mlle*
.. Ri
tak* ' ? " twl ' ??
many tleketi ' - the prea* boj
whlch
taln O'B
? | ;,, ,,, |o? k Jamea D Bell v. ilked
?
B. J. Toi Patrlck H. M
?: - .
..;.. The ? i
? ?
?
-, ?:,? wa ri
i
? am* forwar.l vx hili
applauae wa* ?' ? ? ?' trl*- to
quell '
I ? lynor
IT1< - r of th* evenlng
. iBEYED TIIK CALL, O" DCTT
Mr ' ? ? ; ?"? '
eral i
hlm - If in ard i
.
-,.,? up Blll"), I- ? '
f.ir coi tlmely
, . j ;:: thc beglnnlng that ll ?
facllttate thla meetlng aad
,. ,,,,.? | ?? a i. nu > ii.i bai?? i ..in
to he.ir. lf we ke.-i> order at nenr!> as po**tbl*. or
l unllauiil un ll.lr.l 1'iige,
K1LLED VOINQ Uis DUTT.
A POLICEHAN PATALLT INJURED BT A
RUNAWAT.
THI" rn?<?; PANTI OF THK CARRIAOB HAD HKKN
THROWN OCT AXD BLIOHTLT IJWCRED
Park Polleeman Thomas Melntyre loat hla llfa
last nlKht Whlla in the dis. harpe of hls duty.
ai Seventy-aeventh-Bt. and Amaterdam-ave. a
t.-am of horaea ran away. Melntyre attempted
? ip tha team. In do-nK bo ba ?us dragged
from hls hors.- und BUBtalned Injuriea from tha
effecta of which he died at 8 o'clock ln R.
Hoapltal.
,i r. Roblnaon and his \\\f?. ot So. ?"-.". Man
?attan-av. era returning fr..m Rlveralde
through Beventy-aecond-at, when the
team driven by Patiick Culberton b.
manageable and daabed up Amaterdam-ave.
Culberton loat control of the horaea and waa
threwn from hui Beat. The team conttnued Ita
mad nm. and when near Beventy-Blxth-at Mr.
and Mra Roblnaon were both thrown out Po?
lleeman Melntyre. who wltneaaed the runaway
;it _eventy-, ?? ond-at., put apura to hla hors,- an.l
daahed aftt-r it. _,,n,._ ,,/
Just us he waa about to graap the bridleB or
the runaway team they awened toward hlrn
aho. k unhoralng him und throwlng hlm%lolentiy
to the pavement. He wa taken to Ro ?e
Hoanlta wlth hla skull fractured. Mr. and Mra.
Roblnaon and the drlver euetalned Bllght mju
rlea bul refuaed hoapltal treatment and aenl
home The me to a Btandstlll wlth i i
f.-, yarda fi hei lh< polleeman wi
Mi Intyre waa thlrty-two yeara old and had
i?...? on the Park force for ten yeara H.
an unusually n.." r.rd for b avery li
ri.i.av. a \ a
BANK WRECR ER8 IX XE W-ORLEA XS
CAPHAL AND BURPLUB OF THK BANK OF
COMMERCE WIPED OUT OVERDRAFTS
OF M I'l- TH iN
New-Orleana. Bept. 23 -Another aenaatlon waa
aprung thla after.n when I luldatora of
the recentl) BUBpehded Bank of Commerce came
Into th.- Clvll Diatrict Court wlth a report
dnd tha. the afl have I.n
managed; that aome of the ac noi
? properly kept. and that grave Irregularltlea
hav.- been commltted. The overdrafta amount
to more than .<.',rmi.immi Thf> iiank la lna ?
and ita capltal ai ; v! th:" ''a"
? um
. - wlll he the pa tu\\ of d- .
and bllla payable by the bank. Thla, h >w<
la not certaln.
Iti i/i KXEELIXO BE8IDE HIS BED
ERABTUi P. WHITNEY BXPIREB BUDDENL.
AT Hlfl HOME .N EABT ONE-HUNDRED
AND TWENTT-BEC. SD-8T.
EraatuB P. Whltney. flfty-flve yeara old, who
? . al No -'-"i Easl One-hundred-and
nty-?econd-Bl lled auddenly from paralyBla
at his home about mldnlght Tueaday. H<
not come out of hls room at his uaual tlme
terday morning, and after waitlng aome tlme
a s.-rvant went In to aee if anythlng waa - ?
Bhe found hlm kneellng at hla beda le H
ed. and had evldently not g ne to bed the
nlght before Examlnatlon Bhowed thal 1"' waa
dead Mr Whltney had been ln i.r bealth for
aeveral yeara and hi "f -l
paralyala. Dr A B Whltney, of X"
1+8 v,'.-- Beventy-aevenUHBt, hla brother, had
warned hlm to aend ar rd to Inn at once if be
ever felt 111 He complalned thal he waa not ?
well Tueaday nlght, and was it, some paln, bul
refuaed to let his brother be eenl for. Owlng
t . the Ignorance of what abould be d me ln bui h
- famlly wlth whom he llved dl I n< I
Inf'.rtn th" pollee, but s. nt word to I >r 'Whit
ney. The do. tor waa away from home and did
not return untii late in the afternoon. The
death was not reported to the pollee and,the
Coroner tlll he reached the houae at ?; o'clock.
D* Thomas Clelland, ol No -"?', Weal Elghty
aecond-Bt went to the Eaat One-hundred ai I
twenty-Blith-Bt. Btatlon and made the neceaaary
report.
Mr Whltney wa.-- born m Bpencer! ? Co
r , ?? ?unty. S. Y.. In 1*41. He came to New
York wh.t. h- wa> thirteei d and waa
educated ln the publl ege of
the Clty of New-York, then called th-- Free
4 tt the if iii" breaklng out of
ir he entered the Armj ai ' ru ard
uiti r's clerk in the Depari
.?f the South for Colonel Elwell, under Gei
Hunter. Whlle ln Vlrglnla he was taken
??rn typhold fevei and hla ri was
pr that he was prai tlcally an Invalid
for ti,.. r. tt ' hla llfe He waa c inm
wlth the advertialng busineaa of J. 1' Bai
c. untll s few '???.i*'-j n rhen I
. compell d hlm to rei He had Blnce
: rlvately, devotlng hla tlme to the study ol
,.,,. ci nd of . hemlatry, of whlch h
very fond. He wa, thoi
and dld aoi ';
;,t .,.. bi ithei - offl ?- a ' day ? ago and ap
.... ,r.. i - , be In the nt bi health he had know n
for aev< ? ira. In facl
.! trlp to the mountaln* wlth I?r.
Whltney.
C0LLI8I0X IX TBE I. 18T RTTER.
A BTANDARD OIL Tt'O BA 'Lf DAMAOED BT A
BTEAMER
There waa a Bood Itement off Pler Ne. 88,
Fa-it Rlver, aboi.'
, r,v _ rr ? ari "li the i lg ateamer
Mohawh of the Central Vermonl Ra i ?? i Llne,
whlch had |uat left the pler named, and th.
Brllllant, of the Btandard Oll Company whi h, wlth
tn-,. oll acow In tow, w.is comlng rlver
Tt.,. y : Juai ?? ing cl. i
e Btre im, when the iti
?;,|.. earried h.-r bow aroui
PrllU, ? mldal ipa on the Btarboar l Blde,
.. through l ? i
. . ?
? g ..rr her amokeatai k. ?I ?
i he bo .._...,
? nf the Brllllant, blea
aevera
t). , .,? ;,, w..tk wlth blank. ta, n
. i t: to the IiIk gapa ? ut b} th.
latt. r backi
Iu ihe mean tln ? '' '?'? '? ' u ' '
Into the ? - er flrea. A half
dozi ?
'.\ hl' h
i iwed the wrei ked Brllllant to thi I l
?,. w. '.? re mon were bi u?;.'i?
ervlce, and pumpa aei to work lo keep the
The Mohawk Btood by for a few mlnuti
then n '
-..I Tbe mi acowa were i;.k--n In tow bj
?
?r. , a .i-. due the pollee
. ? ft floo tldi Tl ? Mi ?? ? pllol evldently
?
.4 CLTDE LIXE 8TEAMER WRECKED.
THE FREDERICK DE BART LOST AT KITTTHAWK.
N . ctli ID BT l.lFi; .- \\ i:i:.
. Henrj Va - Tl ?
? Flary, whi h lefl Xew
Y irk for Jarl
.. ? k i
?
Tl ? i
ii t np.i saved
?
i. Bhe wa
. he witi'. r n
Xt thi " the ' T> le Une
lalned
? _; ine tlm. ?*
Bary waa of Ot toi
all
BANDY HOOK BOUTE
?i ii,- ateamer Band) Hook wlll be wlth Iraa
Monni.iuih "ii and after lhal dati ?ih I.ea
Vork at 10:1$ a m and I ? j. m . i N< ?'?
^ ,,tk -it ;..... a in and - lt p n _[_jn
month wlll leave New-Tork .it S 30 a. ni ai ?' arrue
at Nt-w-York C.15 p. m.-tAilvt.
M'KINLEY TO YOUNG MEN.
T11EIH DUTY IX THIS CRISIS.'
MAONETTC APPEALB FOR THE CAUSE OP,
NATIONAL HONOR. J
THF RBPCBUCAM CAMD-DATI TAI.KS TO <-i,TTMI
, ,- riK.-r VOTEltg with DKVgVAL PORCI *
AND i:\P.VKSTN.-.-- A QLOWUM TP.IB
i -n; PAH) TO w.iMFNS WORK P"H
IHOTFI-B >
DAT OF r ? K-t
THI BIA8M IN i-ANT'iN.
fur r__i "aph ~" eani T~i-a~?--l
Canton, Ohlo. B pt _3.-MaJor McKlnley made
two M . ? ? day, and ln one af
thorn ..-? - pplgrama arhlch -v'l ??*? wlrt>
currem jr The flral and Utfgeel BelefatlOB came
Oreen and Weod Coonty. OW*
. ? ,f the Firsr V-t.r.V Club. mem?
bera of varloua R ? r!,,,,s and th" Wom"
?,., M , ? i 11 .ban Cluh a large auambar
- ,?:-,'. were pre.ent.
They wore badgea and whlte Tam af Phanter
, apg- Th( re are aboul 100 membera in the Hub.
:.... regularly. d;?'uss polltlcal iu*a
tiona, attend the large m I k""r Jj
? men actl ' ; Pv-i?l"s- Th*
chalrn C ui " Commlttee aald that the
? and helpful forea ln th*
lie had r.ived greal aasiatane*
from ihem In - i ? Thla araa th* flrat
ub wimpoeed whoUy of
:, whlch haa vlalted Major McKlnley, and
h ? welcomi d ll - ordlally.
The Pirai V itera' Club of Bowlln- Oreeai a_MB
a hand ? Tn?* rnemb-r* WOTO
duek *ult* and capa. Major McKlnley ad
,. ., ,,' bla apeeeh to them, and Bpofea
unwonted foi e u I ? H,s wotc*
h-igle ln the lear ctlap Beptirm
.. i- Wgg , harged wlth magnetlani and
,,...,, aerlouaneea H '? ? tx**9
. wMoh ,. ? iiiy broken bjr thun
- ? , 0f applauae When he llfted hls volo* to
its hlgheat pltch and I ; ***** '?"'"
proaperlty." there waa an outburet of cheerlng
- --r.il mlnuti -
XO STOtTXG MEN AND WOMEN.
-h? .,, f,.r iho WooA Coonty and
Oreen deleg raa H 8 Parker.
,ponae to hla addreaa Major M< Kinley said:
??Mr Parker, Ladlea and Oentlemen: I am
nn |? ? irny home thU repreaentatlva
I eannot imaglne
' tiaena more repreaenUtlv* than that
whlch i here to-da -meo and
women, old and y lUtlg. irorklngmen and farmer*.
men of every pr ifeealon and calling in r_*f
rounts an l lt b me that. no matter
whal mai :?? aaaerted in other quartera of the
country, there la no auch thmc known a* claaBir
I- w (Oreat applauae and crles of
"That'a rlght")
"I am eapeclally glad to make sultable rer-og
nltlon of the women wh.. hav bonored me with
thelr it--- iCheera.) They are a
.- ; r greaa .md clvlllzatlon.
and thej h-V* itentlal ln every rrisia
Ai I Pbeerlng.) I
? know that they nr" Intereatod ln the
rala good polltlca, good govern?
menl ind pu ':" booeaty. ?Jreat
?
-Th- presence of thla body of young men who
vote for the flral llms next November ia
an Inaplrlng alght. and thal you are soon
ry the priceJeaa prlvllegi of cltlaenahlp
muat i"- to all of you an Inaplrlng th'.ught. For
; bave been enjoylng '.ur
free Inatltutlona. the protectlon and opportunlty
of our lawa, wlthoul any polltlcal power or re
aponalbillty. Y _ are aoon to asuume yourahare
ln g ivernment and bear your ahare of duty and
reaponalblllty, I wonder as I look into your
ther you fully app~K it. the prlvUega
and honor whlch i io aoon to have. I fe_*
that few of us eetlraate suffrage at
Ita true worth, lt clothea ua with ?overetgnty.
la our llbertlea and inatitu
tlona, and Ifl oui aureal aafety. II la the _o?
atttutlonal rn de of expreaatng the popular wlll.
? ? '.,- polltli b are determlned and
enacted Through lt adralnlatratlona
are i hanged nnd admtnlatratlona are made.
Through it "ur whole governmental ma*'hin*ry
? ieed a pri< ? leaa Inherltaneg
and ahould be ralued aa auch bj ? rerj young
man
WHAT THE BALLOT BHOULD EXPREM
"With th< prlvllege come grave reeponelblM
tlea In Ita u*e lt aho . - the Intelllgenoa
idgm. nt ai ' Ihe voter. It
: never i-? employed for any has.- uea lt
ahould I. ? '? a/Iadom and
n abou l i no, never, he
thrown agalnal the country. and ahould never
,...;,, dlahonor. (Oreat applauae.)
? i re. all, young men, mj I u Ith what
a thril! -? * f?'?' th? flrst tlm*
the full prer gal ?? of ? tlaenahlp. I have not
reallzed greater prlde Blnce, I felt that I had
aome | Oovernmenl Th>- period and
clrcumatan ? when I eaal my flrat vote may
havi had a deeper Impreaalon upon me than lt
nthcrwiae would, bul I recell It now, after thlrty.
two yeara, wlth aenaatlona of Joy and aatlsfac
tlon. (Applauai ? ln the ciiala of war, on the
? ?: i of confllct, mj flrat vote wa* eaat for
Ai-rahan Llncoln iGreat cbe.rlng.) It la to me
a pri, . What a gloti i-fl prlvllege
to bave been permltted I i ?? for a randldate
tor Prealdent wh - his country ln
th<> greateal perll of Its llfe rank with the aer
vlce* of Wa - lhe father of hl* country.
to tne that I
. ouid vote for th- martyr t" liberty, theemanr-l
tvlor of the only fre#
governmeni among mei t heerlng.)
V ,, prei tlemen, dld nol have that prlvllege,
hut it havlng been I you, there win be
aatlafactlon to you to vote for the party of
Llncoln, whlch rallled the young men of th*
country around the banner of liberty, nntoa and
Natlonal honor between 18d0 and 1888 <ap
i. and now lummoni you under the aame
glorioua banner. (Renewed applauae i
LINCOLN'fl ADVICE TO TOUMQ KKM.
i annol omlt here to mak- :i .juotation from
Mr Llncoln, wrltten to the young men of Illi
nobi "n June 23, lsiv- Mi Llncota aald Tfow,
as to the young men, Tou muat not wait to n*
broughl forward by the older man. V?>u y.ung
men gel together, form a "Roagh and Heady"
ind bave regular meetlnga aml speeehea.
ln everybody you can K'^t. As you go
along gather up all the ahrewd, wdd boya at?>ut
town, whether Just of age or a llttle under age.
!..t every one play the part h<- . an play baal
apeak aome alng and aii boUer. (Oreat
laughter an.l applauae ? Tour an?tlngfl will be of
tveninga The older men and utomm wiii go to
hear you and aee you it arlll not only eo_?
trlbute to lhe electlon of "OM Zu.-k." t.ut it will
be Intereatlng paatlme and Improvtng te th- in
tellectual facultlea <>f all engagad. D<. not fall
to d" thi- ' " hreat applauae ?
? l commend theae hotnely worda of Mr. Lln
coln to the young men of the oouatry. BmtB or
ganigal ? Ivlaea a II bave powerfal in
nuem e ln the polltlcal conteel arhlch la now upon
us. They wlll noi only laaplre the y?ung men,
but win chaer the hearta of the oM guarda of the
Republlcan party. tApi-lu'.
"lt is Beldoa glven lo the tlrat voter- of ihlg

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