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MEN most rnnxE asonosa rsrr I
DJDlOCRA7IC HEADQUAniSnt 1
I 1 NutlOBUl CoaamlUceiasin Clarion Hlorj of
X i < ks > 0ltnsttlon In the RoalkMr Vallnc
miUTCl TTsiahlnBtonu Xleelaiml Vote
Will Ho for thai TlekatUr tVlnltont
U Kne > nMre > BltiB Ucport from Mlnaeaola
r Chairman Harrlty and Mr Whitney at Dom
cb ocrfttlo national headquarter listened yes
terday with treat satisfaction to encouraging
news which was brought then from tho South
the Northwest and the IVIflo slope National
Commltteeman Henry D Clayton of Alabama
brought the news from the South and was ac
companied br A O Smith Chairman of the
Slat Committee and Coneressman John II
Banlchead of tho Sixth district
0 There are thousands of white men raid
Mr Clayton Alliance Democrats who fol
low d Kolb In August who thought that con
test merely faction fight When they compre
hend that casting their votes for either
Weaver or fusion elector will be voting for
Harrison and tho Tore bill they wilt tire
their support to the Democratic nominee
Kolb cot the support of almost ererr man
with a grievance ngalnst the regular Demo
r cratic management But these Democrats
will not push their dissatisfaction so far a to
hazard tho electoral vote of the stata by fol
lowing Kolb against their own parr In any
t fusion with the Itepubllcans The Democracy
of Alabama is In splendid fighting condition
f and the leaders on both sides of tho lato foe
tlon fljtht except the place hunters who wore
defeated ore advocating harmony
Hugh 0 Wallace the sontnlnw of Chief
Justice Fuller who Is National Committeeman
from the State of Tashtngton was jubilant
over the possibility that the four electoral
votes of his State mar be cast for Cleveland
and Stevenson
The Republican party of Washington
said Mr Wallace Is unlit Seattle has con
trolled ncnrlr all the ofllcos of consequence to
the great chagrin of the rest of the Roimbll
cans of the State I was promised tlmt the
recent Republican Convention would consent
t a fair division but an usual tho Seattle ring
Heatlo rlnl
w iot control and thu Convention endorsed nn
appropriation from Congress for tho Hoattlo
Canal hero Is l open revolt In the lollio HIIto
Loading Republicans and loading Republican
papers are bolting Our nominee coma from
n farming community and Is strong with both
farmers and workingmen The Democratic
Ionvenl1 on came sonaroly out against the
Seattle Canal The issues I nro sharply drawn
There Is every reason to hellevothat the State
ticket will ho olootril on local Issues and It Is
my belief that tho Presidential oloutors may
be carried through ma
F O Winston ritatn Committeeman at largo
of Minnesota mild that I the Democracy can
hold Its vote of 1HUU und thnro seems to be a
fair prospect of Us ability to do su It will carry
that State for the Democratic tlckit In No
xambor Ho aid that he came to tell the Na
tional Committee that Minnoootn Is a State
well worth maklLc an effort to get Tho Foreo
bill he paid would bo as much nn Issuu In
Minnesota as In the South ns was Indicated bv
the action of Honntor Washburn In voting
p against it The people revolted ut the nuncos
tion of Intorferonco with their trnnchlso tights t l
Senator Wn hburn know their temper ant
acted accordingly in I opposition to his party
The Alliance Mr lnston roports Is btronit
and well organized btronl
Other visitors nt hOHdauartors wAre Gen W
H Jackson 1 F Jackson and W It ash
Ingtntt ot TenneSsee Judge John W Cary of
Chicago Eaton J Bowles of Dav St Iouls
Miss Jacob Heabold exJudg Nelson Smith
Assemblyman T J McMnnus and Col l K
Shackelford
Besides Chairman Ilarrlty and Mr Whitney
the members of the Campaign Committee on
duty yesterday were Senators Gorman and
Brice Secretary Sheerln and l D Smalloy
UK HASXT LOST ills 11KAD
Ht BcpnblUu CbnlrMan Carter Mnr He
I Tel tSmicMlKv
Noralnbowtlnted prophecies such a usually
follow close on the visit of distinguished politicians
ticians to Chairman Thomas Henry Carter at
Republican National Headquarter have re
sulted from the visit of Secretary of War
Stephen B Elklns yesterday Secretary El
kina baa been in West Virginia recently di
recting the Republican campaign In that State
What he thought of tho prospects for Republi
can success he would not say and Chairman
Carter maintained silence on tho subject El
klns U 1 said to be responsible for th large
Increase of the negro population ot West Vir
ginia through colonization of mon employed
i railroad building
Ono reason assigned for Secretary Klkinss
disinclination to talk was that he had been
disagreeably Impressed by his visit because
Chairman Carter had taken occasion t wor
m that he must hereafter refrain from Inter
i ference In Now York State politics as Thomas
I C Platt and his friends will run things in the
Empire State Similar notice has boen served
on Secretary ot the Navy Tracy
As If to make excuse for Secretary Elklnsa
failure to answer tho statements of Senator
Faulkner and other of the Damocratlo mana
gers In West Virginia Chairman Carter sub
mitted to an Interview himself In which he i
aid that ho thought everybody but the
Democrats satisfied with the work his com
mittee has done Regarding the South con
cerning which Mr Elklns was so silent Mr
Carter said We hove had most encouraging
reports but have not lost our heads What
ever may be done by us there will bo carefully
considered and will bo for the partys best
interest
The Chairman acknowledged that tho situa
tion In some of tho Western States looked
squally for tho Republicans a tow months ago
aqualy alo
hut said that at the present time there Is every
reason for Republican hopefulness The issues l
HOublcnn
which have taken those btatos out of the Re
publican line Mr Carter all are entirely
local In character and when the appeal ls
made back Into on national the column Issues they will again swing
Mr Curler devoted himself In his talk to a
consideration of the situation In the West and
Houth and paid 110 attention to tho States of
Now York Connecticut und Jerseywhere
his committee propose to make just a vigor
ous a fight as has been made heretofore
though they do advertise tho fact While
he and his colleagues are talking about tho
Southern States they am going to curry and
1111
the Western States they will prevent the
Democracy from carrying they lira
doing n great deal of nulot work In
Ialnl Htates which hell the particular
attention of Quay Clarkson and Dudley four
roars ago One of tho States which it U suld
Carter entertains hope of carrying In New
Jersey Thn recant conviction and Imprison
ment of Hudson county election officers by the
wholesale and the fact that Jersey City Is In
Republican I hands has encouraged the com
mittee to think that there is a chance of Har
rison and Holds getting the electoral vote It
Is expected that some active work will be done
In the southern end of the State by a gentle
man from Philadelphia who has heretofore
lent his abilities In thin line tothe Republican
of other States 1 ho gentleman In question Is
Thomas Vermllllon Cooptr the redheaded
Collector of the Port of Philadelphia who four
yearn ago went Into Delaware and helped
elect a Republican Legislature which sent
Anthony higgins to the United States Senate
Mr Platt and his State Committee are trusted
tfulled
to look after this State and will he ably sec
onded In their efforts by the National Commit
tee and particularly br Its Treasurer Cor
nelius N IlllSH
neluB Secretary Elklns other visitors en
tertained by Chairman Cnrter yesterday were
Kunerlntf ndent of f the Census Robert P Porter
TOfin t Wine National Committeeman J C
Long of Florida National Committeeman
looreo W Hill and J W Boker Chairman of
the State Committee of Tennessee exCon
grossman Den Jlutterworth of Ohio President
James A lllanchard nf the Republican Club
just returned from the silver States anti
Thomas Kettle and United Htates Marshal
Tyro Glenn I ot tho Western dlbtrlct ol North
r
Carolina
Mr Hahn having made all of his assign
ments of speaker for the elections In Maine
and Vermont has cone to his homo In Mniu
Meld Ohio IOle
Charles W Hackftt Chairman of tho Re
publican State Executive Committee returned
ommltot
from his vacation In St Lawrence county and
relieved William llrouklleld of the manage
ment of the Stat campaign yesterday and
lent the day telling flah storlestohls friend
Unsaid 1 that the story that ho hot gone to
Ilnu
visit the President at Loon Lake was untrue
M tiisaehuetls Urmacmllo Convention
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BOSTON Aug 27he Democratic fitato
Committed todny decided to hold the State
Convention C In Trcmont Temple JInMon on
hiMt 27 Churloc Theodore HusRell Kr will
Irolde and exMayor John J Donavun of
IOWP win elect d Chairman of the Commit
tenon liesdutloni
Tat lie w r o uir in 11 Adirondack Motmnlnp rU I
X lse > oi thirst ivf thin IItLli
1
iitii I G Cortices
T TOM anmer from lnoaena mf bs > bow
II Is Dr Elegerta Angostura IJIIleri will surely cure
I OU t
Hrrr Tllenphroua rtcomrrn d t lonr
sign remedy for all llmenti ot the DIM tolp
B Altii CL C
I8th Stll I9th StM and 6th Aye
1
Tomorrow Monday August
20 will bo prepared to show
approved stylos for tho coming
season in
Ladies
CLOAKS
FURS
AND
HOUSE WAISTS
AND AS
Autumn Novelties
THE NEW
PLAID SILK WAISTS
AND THE
U Pevensey Suit
18th Street Station Elevated Road
lltrilt otm
JI1SUWNM JlOIEIlthl IAvEA
11
TUB IHUJAT IAIM HKIIiVKa
FOIl lNTKHNAI AND KXTKBNA1 tSP
Cur Cramp Colic iulJ silt all pain 25e a hottla
DlAFXENSI AN I IIIAI > N < > II UKili
si tome by ray InrUlbl Tubular 1ir uihlani Hold
b y r maUOX milyHSa llilwuy NYIIout of proof frs
J1 EMI IAIUGunII la heir ltalr
lUitomciilor curie < Jn < lrulTi hUI iresinii W Ilb
tlv lbtmtou
fillEts JI tfleABIIi EsV iOiELi
I AlA TIE LILY J
All book draltrn mailed for Mreniii trade suppiist
uppld
aired l < er York The WAYKIIIA CU pul > llsher > 6 Park tow
1 OOouu nownL Saul WILb
fl
5JS lULfol Nations tleCulloughi Political Kcun
oiny htowes London Tasso s Jerusaleni IiaUv
reaUuliotnCi > Hailed
MATT JM uth tv Vammsysrblouk j
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SIMPSON SIMPSON CRAWFORD
AUTUMN 1892
Grand Opening of
FOREIGN NOVELTIES
IN
Black and Colored
Dress Goods
AND
SILKS
We have now on exhibition for Au
tumn wear a collection or
II1QH CLASS NOVELTIES
which fur surpasses all previous
efforts
It contains exclusive styles which
cannot be duplicated again this sea
son A visit of Inspection Is necessary
to form I conception ot this grand
display ofVrefs Goods and Silks
6th Avenue 19mb to 20th Street
Instruction
PAINES
e well known for nearly forty years Is I the best place
to obtain a thorough
BUSINESS
education at tie least I expenieaud shortesttlma Book
keeping tilithi iadiYtduatly writing antbiurtlc also strictly correspondence private Ladies spelling I de
partment separate Tbe
COLLEGE
room are open cUr Inl 1 nuininer A Iborourh
course or iononraphjr in ml private Iocoons i typewrit
IrS ItO four tnoT inent r > rreinon < i nc nianirold
ins anrt legal work ni HdfvKRV I tillKNKK CANAL lIT
TaJ i IV
Of TOWN 107 WKHT 34TH I HT UOKNEIt HKOAD1VAY 1
FREC CIASMKS FOK niirsuirouT
IO OHEN
Tn phonnitraphy trpewrlllnir rommerclal Arlthme
tic biiobkerplnir wrltmif Lulucii i r f
I br I training Musical
culture and Iliolr music
blnnHr IKT lAMtEM
for beginners and ailvancei utiidents mechanical 1 and
freehand drax hoc 1 clay modelling eel applied design
I I nr C W
plot negative I istOttCtiInC pIlu CIor p110 crayen
sod thom tigcavirin arrest CIsC lr iisrtters ireuig
IW1AI for prinrary rJiLAYRlt to Young ii UII
hrtertan lr rtli East itii I on end ucts
NII 1 JUI I A II Lo II I 1 and 110 it 1 M AtU
day afteriioona and eveiilngi excepted
>
SlioilTHAM GRAHAMS SCHOOL
Tlioroujhly qualities ladies and nentlemen for poll
lions in the shortest pomlba time A threemonthl
courts In both shorthand and typewriting S3u one
taHiti 5i 12 evenIng rlaiaei 1 IfprILII iTlrculara
irve ANIK W J 1 JRAIIAM T4 lIroacisay
GneNn IQHFIIVTOal OF MIsH
142VcI iW M liitr on nil As
MNETHKNTI1 VEARda rKOVEMHORH
Nurlo InlrleLon In all branches ot vocal and In
trumnl1 muSic Unrivalled HIEK advantage con
IIIEY
cert and opera company open to atudrnin for meui
berilitp 14 WKMT ann HV
ACTISO AND RMCUTION OLAKSKU now frnnln at
Li tba IAWIIRNUK schOoL lort Weil 4Vil l 1li 1 I
all term i opens Sip J olun I all cia 1 i rJr Ill I coin
PfSn Circulars ol Pillcatlon EUMIN liUIIMX
LASVIttLE
IAV itnMK ifirector
A TKLRJRAlIIY taught rapidli tboroutrlity day
fiVntlW11 easy loll Address LMhltr
TLIEdlUPIIIilt 1 boa a 2 33O West Slit si
BANJO t VAXDOLIX and ilitar InsTruVtion I II a
I course Sotig l and dance tig flog reel ani 1 WIll
annclng taught for tbe stage or nninseinrnt Lessons 1
strictly pro ate Hatlsfactlun srunraiueed rirculnrs
free JiltiA ttlJ i liil av nrar 4 it St
MNJO violin guitar iiimidollii ladles latiirbt prl
vale thorough course 5i
HURTOSH > II li tiers = 157 Writ IMd it
B ASlO Iiiltar nnd I I Mm 1 Inhn Irlvnte It none
lirNRV U UOUMJN J2TU Urondway raliiitsll
acr belt binoi
BANJO mandolin itndslnL dsnclng tunght Innsoni
private circulars J 3 iiuiitN U7 I M r I sib st
D1 W HSEttvsTir l U fI Il sit bIrtiiton I
T W 17
lsngnngs ettd rsiniln pill I rye it 1110
ula mandolin i ld halJn rI girl c I 111 tarmtimiy 1
itrvcai artnhiori vi in It I 5c 1 itctCte1 ltI II III I
vducstlon or irritity I jrtlurr IituervaIry cc
Fupti ruhlc I 11L I I tripe I n ieather for sti
ru clu lall alSittP lit It I rIcrais Cilf
thrllon gliarstitsel 14 It mt I 1
Mllrt i rI iUlHClii lou liuiirtt I t nanln refiplids lIon 1JJ Iii llsnlolln st near
ru tItter at rlrnnkUn
I irls Ii I T los 1 rttla i o tVbli
IIllnl iitil BN all IIHr St tv Ik
lhovl 01 IIu 1111n 1 I 114 ii ii si
I I X ilm irltittl ul I
r Ifm mffoth I u itlIl NId In I isi mail
lon Mh 1 Iil ties er er Silt as
i5O 1 1 VKAIlll luMiril 1 and tiiltlonsrmltiarjr dlrli
c JllM > intlltarv nrilriiy ibiAii t Addrefl
KiIKLIII I IAI I I hrlliniln I t HaJikiillelJ I tJ
glUfiUn raatmtG
OpKMNO llhflPTION llilirilay evnlnrT7 I MriT
through tclioul tar dancing iiMCKhllBuCKlil
CONkKKVATOKY 44 t > esl HtU ot 1
Jtcht nvclr i c
WATCHED diamonds Jewelry on II weekly pay
T Ultuli delivered on Brit payment
EICIIANOB Wl tl8ol Bfoalw
4
Stern
Bros
offer ToMorrow in their
Upholstery
Departments
1 00 Pairs
Irish Point t
Lace Curtains
at 650
1 50 Pairs
Renaissance
Curtains
t675 F
50 Pairs
t
Renaissance Curtains
pair In lots at J 1950 1 a
Reduced from 3950
450 yds 1
Silk Tapestry
148 I
I
at I th ayd
Reduced from 300
West 23d St j
I
Most Reliable Highest Medicinal BettVtlui
I TfltoRjNTaRa 01 t
L Afl d
M MANICURE I
A IOILET
fwro PAOS 1
DIAHOFfD NAIL NAZI j
jnlckfit moa tirllllant nail polish free from grill i
doe not stain fragrant perfume Me and lie
ROSALINE for tinting I the lips cheek und mils i1
rOT hue trim to nature not detected 2 sad 6
OtiOIjINK bltuchea and cleans lbs nail BaW
B
lance Ink hotlnrv gins stalni from theakln Soc
CHEAit VANOCA whlteni the hands Caret
Touch chipped skin sunburn skin diseases lIe Soc
Hltii > VA IAIE funilER contains 10bls
pull marnrsla chalk or any Injurious substanc
highly mMlcinal aihenine etireads amoothly No i
TI
k
Jbl
rOCUET E31KBV hOARD Box 10 pieces Ma j
PJJ JuillJ1 dry Irlttl corrugated fIr 76
IUMOINE a powder for odorous awealltt Me
ajijfjRY LILLY anongreasy lotlonhandiaioAsit i
APONA liijuld tonic soap cleansoe rum acfiaAOS
OIIVIMC a salve Mlc > KDOIIr II I for feS
lletalls In price Hit goods sent postage r J
Bold everywhere Insist on newara of snbitltutao
DR J PARKER PRAY 00 r
Sol Proprietors and Manfrl Establlshld INI 1 >
rauUn HalMrooma 0 W SM St X
i1i and Ont tJ 1
WALWORTH l
Ti
COLLECE
JOB nnd 110 RAt 125th 1 near 4th an
KilalillJhfddown town 3 71i In harlem 188
Reopens annually Sept 1 evening Sept 12
Either the Ktenntrnphlc or the Dulnu Coors ilz
monlb and niplomai 70
Separate Ladles lieparlmont with large l attendtne
Separate Instruction Perfoui Commence at any J J
time llr > t come first lerrerL Fltuatloni free j
Etna for Circular or if e Oily Directory between pM I
I
JMhOanil I4H1 i
College of S1 Francis Xavier I
10th st west ofoth av
New York city
CONDUCTED BV Tit JKSllT FAThERS
Complete Knullili lI liioicel l and Kclinlltlo COUM
Studies reEtiuied Tueiday pL 6
ITKIAltATIinr IIEPAIITMENT
A Creel for lm > H from nine to fifteen Tha cosyps f 1
embracr Krencli nnl Irriiian on I military drill lp
ciM attention plvrti to dvmrtin nt f
IPV w jji riiinow s J Pteildant I
DE LA SALLE INSTITUTE
CONlJlIUTPil IIV TIIK INSTITUTE 1
CKNTKAI fAIIK HOUTil
Vlitnrs mtrMiir IOH tIest ntith Itt
rOTTTECI I rAItIO IS uItiIlsil0CsCOUE11
iYIlbr I l lt I HUfc lit iVHlllBltlCi 1 aCOURI I
Mltitmy unIt I > t 1n it > < l Mule Officer
BTlDIIS II tti Hh II M MIM U IHNhhOAYhE
A Iiiinti I Ii t Ill Icr f onnlern l > recclrcd
for CIllhlIie iilrc HIOI HKK JOHN Dlrctor
IVIM < LAW KCHOOL
TIII UKTiinroMs LAW BCIIOOU
holding evening sessions begins Its fall term Sept M
In I rllnlrm i Mull I Mirrmitllo Library Building Alter
nlair A ihiriMigh and practical course inslruotlaa
f I I nUrrnl lIllY i > lu I CLAKKNCE U ASIILKf Sacra
tory 214 llroalway AIIMP U THOMAII Dan
OIIN IMI or i UK pAckAHocoii < E K
On Tiirnliv Krpt li the Packard College and achoot
ofsienogriiplimil rum Us sort Applicants fo
lIsts I vltl lie I icglktered In the order of their applies 1
limi 110 alice m III be 1 open from I to s from tbe SOU
of August semi for circular
r f iA1KAitiJireoidntiOL East IMlt 4 j
STFRANCIS COLLEGE J
41 hitter it hear Court Brooklyn
Irooll
FrHnrlrHM IIriliser KrOPI NipS
11 I laloleal cloll A4 Commercial Ioarg
and iniiiiin lr AniniiniarnliUlialf frl In dUD o f
ijitnitfr fj rl i stuleiit T I I under IVytars l o lay scholarsps f I
lui I < uiim I and further rftlcnars apply to thai >
rrcsidint I lllttlTllKK JhKOMfeU sVT
SACRED HEART ACADEMY 1
5Ct Patbollo boardinir school location and advan
tAges uiiurpsssl Suites ruumod Sept 1 AOdr
lheACtt T WvlItcster S Y l r
THE DJUDIFFRET SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
1411 I Weti r7lh St Keopen Icr e
uc
Tie rlo1 prepuie lur Ilia Harvard emmmatlou
nll U trujtil tuiiri this end lorurl wlulo
HfiMi J I I fiIKKil especially for delicate chlllreni I
I llinroiiKli Iuiei i I ma > iaie medlralrd Ct > tb < doom sr
lu iitleinUnie ihoroii > li tuItion French Herman
hianisb ilntwmgiiainiliiv I hesl relerences I lrw
m l
BKUaf Allanllc I Illghlandi 11
OT nANf is XAvmris ACAPKJIV mh av and Car
H nli st Hriinklyn Tin arailf llllh jnuug ladies
iilrr I evirj facility fur anlultliiK a milt and thor
nuuli rilm mloii music sit IdintiHk receive panlcalar
aliriitioti I I cliche resuuuil Tne > d s t MIPI Ilrloor
MULIti I m U JQiiKfll rt
Cf Jlliil Iii > AtAIHMV Ill HIINtiTN TA
Iooo l sit ii < > 1 fur I litl > iirs i eaiantlr 1u
del 111 In I It i inn i of 11 t I lining tilt kiionsl I facililles
iillif I I II h1 t irrtio ti I t ill tistil 41 lOft nr address
Mulhrr rJl > rriil
tT lill iIIIIm i I atlToliri I
p 24 v rt riN si Ortrel rick
Ktrlcll k en > iinol fur lliuiind number of boysv
TIKiMiriHNH 1 SIMS I COIIKiir and Insllluts of
Telegraphy rnngrapbr and Ti ewrtllng 2 5tU
ytar unto mel ed t each department In tugs of C
ifeolallst Call Cay or ivealnj 20 4ti av o > oIM
Ctopuluuutaj Olo
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10IJzUt nzrMoCR 78
Two Republican Ca grei Dlilrtete la Pena >
eytTMHl In Orts lloub i
llATimsnuro Aug 20 From present Indica
tions there Is a strong probability that tho
Democrats will capture two Congress districts
In thIs State that nro usually represented br
Itopuullcansthe Twentyfourth and Twenty
sixth The latter district comprises tho coun
ties of Foyetto Greene Washington and a
poitlnn of Allegheny and In a straight contest
Is strongly Republican The last Republican
nominl for Congress from this district was
Col Andrew Stewart of Faretto county I was
his nomination In 1HIMJ over Congressman
Ray who was elected 1888 and
Ilr WIS expected a
renomlnntlon that has led to thin present In
teresting situation In the district 1 situation
In which the Democrats find good reason for
hope
The wontrslxlh Congress district now
existing had its llrst election In 188S In that
year according to agreement the Republican
Congress Convention consisted of ten dele
gates from each county Each county had a
cant ltO but Ray of Greene received the
nomination Then the Convent llxod a
new basis of representation for the counties
for 1WIO 1 his was to bo one delegate for each
iOO Republican voles and one for each frac
tion ol COO votes over 00 that should
be rant at tho Presidential election of
1HHt In Ihe several counties of the district
Iountla
When the Congress Convention mot In 1MK It
was found thnton tho now basis Allegheny
was entitled to 18 delegates Washington to
10 layette to 1 and Uroenu to only r This
being tongrssnian Rays count yim was some
what handicapped by Its small allowing ot del
egate but ho made a good fight In the Con
vention and Insisted that ho would havo ro
celvod a renomlnnllontu which ho claimed that
ho a entitled liy u agp but for the action of
R S Arhrson the Washington county Repub
lican leader and editor ot the UYuifnatou Ob
terrff Acheson was n candidate for tho nom
motion himself and when he found that ho
could not securo It ho threw his delegates
oVIr to Col Stewart of Fayetto although Ray
was tho next choice Achesons own county
constituency This made Congressman Ray
and the Greene county Republicans very sore
Col Stewart wa defeated by Farmer Craig
tho Democratic candidate The soreness of
Blfn06A
Ray and his friends was so great that they had
nut recovered from It when a conference com
mittee mot In April of this year to fix the basis
of delegate representation for the district for
18J2 and Iroeno county was not represented
In tho conference The same basld was Mxed
upon as prevailed In IKSX At the subsequent
Congress Convention Ireene county was also
unrepresented The soreness of exCongress
man Ray and his friends was Increased br tho
action of that Convention In nominating F 1 8
Acheson 01 Washington who defeated Hays
renouilnatlon In 1MHJ by canting his Influence
for Col Stewart KxCongressman Rdr
exCongressman Donley Postmaster Tea
garden of Wnynpstinro Deputy Internal
Revenue Collector Rhlnelmrt and other lead
lag Ray Republicans of the district called an
other Convention and nominated thc Hov
Campbell lobes of Washington county a
lollnllon I
Campbclllto preacher of ability and great pop
ularity The Hainnbiiry KriHiMifan the or
gan of the party In Greene county Ignores the
Acheson Convention and supports Jones
Acheson has no newspaper support In that
paltof the district The Johes invention de
posed Chairman Dickey of the Republican
Committee nf tlrcono county and appointed
Sherman Grim 1 law partner of cxhnnator
1urman In his place The Ray party Is In the
Held to beat Achoson at any cost
To add to the Interest nl the political altos
tion In the district the Peoples party which
Is I very strong In the district and the Prohibi
tion pnrtyhavo each put a candldnto In thellold
him Democrat have made I judicious nomination
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nation In the of
nlllnlln person Lawyer Slpo a prom
inent member of the Allegheny county bar
The Twentyfourth Congress district W L
Scotts old district Is composed ol the coun
ties of Lrie mid Crawford The late Congress
man Scott was the only Democrat who could I
carry tlio district against the Republicans
although Deputy Secretary of the Common I
wealth Tlldon was only beaten by too by his
Republican competitor The Republican can
didate in tlin present campaign Is I Dr T L
Flood the distinguished editor of the CiiiMn
iinan I was at llrst thought that Dr Floods
election was 1 foregone conclusion but a great
change of opinion hiR oonio over the district
during the past fortnight Dr Floods op
ponent Is Joseph C Slbloy 1 Democrat wHo
was originally nominated hy thn Prohibition
party of the district although Mr Slbley Is l I
man of wellknown liberal views on the liquor
question Ho was endorsed br the Peoplus
party nml the Democrats He moreover does
not reside in the district being a cltlen of
Vennnco county Ho Is n farmer and a mem
her of the celebrated linn of Miller t Klhlny
brooders of I hooded stock and owners
of the kiteshaped track at Meadrllle
whom thn grnut trotter Hunol Is In
training The Prohibitionists poll Iio0
votes In the district and the Peoples par
ty about the same Resides being tho
candidate of three parties Mr Slbley has como
prominently before the people because ot 1
great debate at 1 monster mass meeting at
Conneant Lake a few days aero where ho mot
the astute nnd erndltn Dr Flood and 10 pal
pably worsted his opponent In the discussion
that he carried the great crowd with him al
though the Republicans wore In I majority In I
the gathering Candidate Klbler has been a
revelation to the people of the district and the I
Republicans are alarmed They are also still
handicapped by the disastrous and questionable
nnr quesloDR
bit Dnlamater failure which ruined many Re
publican farmers who hold the party In a
great measure responsible for the crash
TRASBCOS11SES1A f AB1OCIA 7 JOV
The Ballrnsirtft In the AiiBoclittloa May Tee
Ktop the Pccine Mull Wnbllcly
The Transcontinental Hallway Association
adjourned yesterday afternoon to meet again
at the call of tho Chairman
One of the important matters to have been
settled at this meeting Is loft In an uncertain
state and that Is the question of Import rates
in their bearing on domestic traffic Tho
Canadian Pacific has decided to act for Itself
In this matter and has given notice that on
and after Sept 10 It will apply upon domestic
business tho rates the receive
blaln 1 same they as their
proportion of f through role that are charged
for transportation of Import
Khoulrl the Canadian Paclllo not recede from
this position the Chairman wilt notify all tim
roads that they may moot the rates of the
Canadian PaclHe and will give the Paclllo
Pucilo
Mall Steamship Company the ninety days no
tice reiiulrod by tho contract that the roads In
the association will not alter the expiration of
that time continue the guarantee of STrioou a
month This gunratito i was rniulo in order 1
keep rates up to this trindtriliut tint railroads
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argue that It will no longer be to their Interest
to pay It I they are to meet the cut now threat
enelJ
One of the troubles with which the transcon
tinental lines have butt to contend this year
Ytal
has been tho oversupply of vessels in the Han
Francisco harbor I > > many of these vessels
have been lying there with the hope of getting
return loads that they offer to take freight at
very low rates I U thn Sam staIn of alTnIrs
that of ton occurs on tlm lakes In the East
Then too this line clipper ships has 1a61 n
Croat deal of freight on which despatch was i
not essential
The Railway Over the And
WABnisaxoN Aug 27 According to advices
received hero tim railway over tho Andes be
tween tho Argentine Itcpuhllo anti Chi has
been so far completed an to justify tho steam
ship companies In Kurnpn selling through
tickets from Southampton nnd Liverpool to
Valparaiso hy this tout t
The railway contractors Messrs Clark havo
ostanllhhed a lint nf cut rrngos ncrnrn thn pass
between the termini of f tin railway anti carry
peBSPngeri over In two darn Tliu rateS frmn
London to NalparaUn hy tills rotilo iiro oo
r
and 5 according tulstatoroom on this At
lantic steamer and the trip can bo made In
about Is thirtyfour twontyelght hours days The railway journey
Operation nfthe Potent tImer
Wsnlsoro Aug Commissioner SI
monds of the Patent Ofllco has submitted his
annual report to tlio secretary of the Interior
for the fiscal year ending Juno 30189J The
report shows that during the past year there
were 4504f applications for patents and
cavoath received
There wore JtOSO patents granted Includ
ing reissues and designs Trade marks luOM
registered and six labels registered Twelve
thousand four hundred and twentyseven pat
ents expired during thn year The receipts
during the year amounted to 12iJH7J7 and
the exienilltures were 11 HW4 buying I
surplus for tim > car of l4rjli
Detrctol la tltriuiKi to Hsalp
Three passengers br tho steamship La
Touralne of the French line wore caught In
an attempt to smuggle goods One was a Mr
J t Stern of New York whoso three trunks
contained d laces laco curtains and womens
hi Its Miluod at something I Ilka I MCKI which
he had not declared In his pockets were
found the tlckftH of Mrs M G Martin of At
laid tin another rasneneor whoni Im pro
tended not to know i In her trunks t Deputy I
Kumyir rolllns found an iibborlnnntof laces
eluvn ria > silks and wearlnc apparel and nnite
Mr C llfclnlng had watches and other Jew
dry which he had fulled to declare aDd which
Doiiuluif were dlteovur by Inspectors Drown and I
I hl articles wern all taken to the sclruro
room of the I ClHtoio llniibf I
MME HYACINTHE IS HERE
rna WIFS OF THK APOHTATK rnizaT
CUMKB AS A tZflIONA Ill
8be Will Try to latereat Am rle sns l a the
New Otholle Cbnreh Founded by Par
JljAelntsie Hep Han Aceoms > tes > Her
Jtme Hyacinths Loynon wife of the cele
brated Charles Larson better known as Ire
Hyaclnllip arrived In this oily yesterday and
Is at tire Fifth Avenue Hotel Bile It hero In
tho Interest of tho work which she and her
husband aro at present doing In Franco Mm
Loyson Is n romarkabln woman In every sense
of tho word In pertonal appearance 8ho la com
manding to a decree thoh I strong though
br no means coarse face bright hazel ere
whlto strong even teoth an agreeable smile
1 firm chin 1 tall erect figure and admits
with good grace that she Is 58 rears old She
IB l l graceful talker never at a loss for a word
kindly Her voice Is silvery her manner qulot and
A SUN reporter found Mmo Lorson yester
day seated before a ret mnss of correspon
dence In her rooms at tho FIfth Avenue and
porhnps a more severely dressed woman has
never been a guest of that fashionable hotel
Her Rrnyblua gown of salt cashmere was
wholly devoId of garniture save a rather
looselynrrnnirod plastron of tho finest black
net which hung In graceful folds tightened
nt the waist br a hoayr black cord such as Is
worn by tho Sisters of Mercy A deep ruffle of
Bombro black served as a collar and added to
tho effect of the tlchtflttlnu t sloovo Her only
ornament was a Urea diver cross attached to
a black ribbon which encircled her neck A
long black veil supported bra Spanish comb
served as a head dross
The life story of Mine Loyson Is I curious
ono An American girl born of Puritan stock
reared the Methodist faith and for many
roars I communicant Henry Ward lieochers
church she became by her persistency and
abllltra prominent figure of thullomau Cath
olic Church and Indeed mIte wauno stranger
wiiltin the Vatican Itself Mme loyson fins
written many political social and religious
pamphlets > nnd In 1 scrapbook that scarcely
ever ROCK the light 01 day them are evidences
that In her youth she was n bitter opponent of
tlu faith which later In life shu embraced and
In which site created the most startling
schism of tho day Mine Loyson first mar
ried Cnpt Jl la MerrIam of OhIo Two
children were born of tills union a daugh
ter Who died In early youth and n
son who Is ut present an architect In tho
United States Several years of her married
life were spent In Brooklyn Mine Lovsim
was ono of the llrpt women In America to do
nOT Illwr work aird continued It lone alter
her marrluio with Cap I Merriam S bin he
tiled she went abroad and while in Homo
espoused the Itoman Catholic faith blio
quickly developed Into a politician however
and entered actively Into tho controversy be
tween tho Ultrumontalnes or JiinserjlBts and
the ilnMilts taking sides with the Liberal
Catholics who rejected such doctrines as the
Infallibility of thu Popo She was much
Bought after ali had matured the plant
for a womans college at Home when thero
appeared on the scene tho broadshouldered
snootvoiced J re llynoinjli who despite his
priestly avocation became enamored of the
reciprocal brilliant American and the affection proved
Tho priest finally renounced the doep asceti
cism oft he barefooted Cnrmollt fritr snapped
his lingers at tho vows which stood I in the lath
nl his happiness and married tho woman of
his choice I Is hardly necessary to add that
the marriage shocked the Catholic world and
the press of Europe was outspoken In Its con
demnation In all rears that have followed
their marrlace 1ere Ilyaclntho and his wife
have worked together in their Beltassumed
mission tho reform of the Catholic Church
hpiakinc of that mission yesterday me
Loyson Mild
The life of nations presents a series of
crises whoso rrimarr cause is almost always
moral and religious The crisis which Franco
traverses at prusont and which was begun by
the Vatican Council and by the war which followed
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lowed i Is lot only solemnIt is I tragical
The outrage dono to historical truth and to
the liberty of conscience by that Uouncll has
not separated us from Papal domination which
was never so powerful ns at present and the
disasters of that war have not drawn us toward
Und who was never ea much forgotten and
perhaps never so blasphemed Our great and
unhappy nation has becomo prey to A strange
vertigo which throws it alternatively Into thu
Hrmwof atheism to escape ultrninonanlsui
and into the arm sol ultrumontanlsm to escape
uthoism One holds up as a remedy an idol
the other presents blank negation
lear In mind that ours Is not a now sect
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I is far from 1Sre Hraclnthos Intention to
n d to the already too numerous divisions of
Christians There should bo but one Church
and that should and must be not the Jtomnn
Church tint the one Apostolic Catholic Church
Our Catholic Church him never changed but
the Itoman Church has boon slowly but surely
clmnulnc since lone before the Vatican Coun
cil of 1H70 when It made eo many radical
chrairgos that Catholicity was perverted The
Iopo and the Jesuits became masters of
tho situation and we remained steadfast
in the haiti Wo deny tho Infallibility
reny Inlnlhlt
of tho Pope for the simple reason that the
lope was never hoard ol until many years
after the establishment of our Churchthe old
Catholic the national Church of power We
recognize primacy but not the papacy Tho
Catholic Church Is the groat republic of souls
Jtornn deviates from the principles > of Catho
licity wo deviate from thin system fhoCutho
lie Church was founded by tit t John the Ito
man Church by 51 Paul
My ohjeet In visiting America Is first to
Fee 3fr home the friends and the scenes of
my childhood In tho hop of regaining my
lost health but while here I expect to accept
tho Invitations already received to give draw
ingroom entertainments In oruor that our
friends may learn tho real truth I ahout our
religion which Is an old religion taught by a
new methoda method of love At the name
time I expect to appeal to ourfrionds Co help
that the good work maygo on uninterrupted
Our marvelous success may be estimated
when I say that out of thirtyfour millions of
Catholics In France only two millions are In
reality Jtoman amour TIIO tnirlrtwn
millions aro not inlldels they are not
Protestants they belong to our Church
save In this that when dying they
Invariably call In 1 Hoiulsh priest that
they may obtain Christian burial thereby
but In time wo hope to eradicate this SUM
Mltlon Tho priests and IJIhhopx are perfectly
legal as much Boas are thoiet of tho Iloman
Church but by reason of their doubling the
infallibility of the Iopo thoy are regularly and
promptly excommunicated by tho lope of
home
frallY National Society for tho Kvangellra
1Atonnl
tlon of Franc originated by the goth lirA
during the last Lintrfn 6000n already In
cludes tho ministers of the Lutheran Presby
terian Methodist llofnrmed and Catholic Inot
Unmanchurches 1 of trance J ow you have
tho history of f our Church the old Catholic
Cluinh of France In 1 iiiitshill Calholo
Mine Luyoon In Miflnrlnjl from an Injury to
her foot which she sustained on the voyage
over having been 1101 t I from her berth
during n storm Itlsofn mifllciitnjly serious
nature to detain her hero several tin ys 10nlJr I
titan she Intended Slits Is accompanied by her
son Paul who Is now 1H year old and to
gether they will journeY westward when Mine
Loyson Is well enough to proceed
70 nv wKnuKn ov ATURDA1
yln Klhelya Iluick Mild the HOB KrglnaU
Iellinmltnllm
Invitations havo boen Issued for the mar
rlaso of Miss Kthrbn Huyck daughter of the
late Leonard Iluyk tho Washington banker
nnd the lion lleglnnld relhamIlolton The
ceremony which will be attended hy the rela
tives and a small number of Intimate friends
of the couple will take place at noon on Hat
urdar next In the rectory of llolton Priory at
Pclhamvllle one of the most beautiful places
alone the Sound Miss Huyck will be given
away by her hrotherlnlnw Count Qustav von
lehm and her mail of honor will ho Miss
Helen Varlok Doswnll of llalllmore There will
10 no ushors Dr Carrlngton llolton wil
tIre Smithsonian Institution will attend his
cousin as host man Thu marriage ceremony
will be performed by tho uncles of the bride
groom the Itev Winter Jolton the rector of
delphia tlio priory and the Itov John Dolton of Phila
Tlio bridegroom Is a relative of one of the
original owners of the estate at Polhamvllle
Ilnllon Priory IH l owned by Mrs Iroderiok II
Allen who was Miss Palsy KtovonB laughter
of the Duchess do Dlnn I wan 1 wedding
gift from the Duchess In Mrs Allen
llolton Priory Is ono of the most iilcturcBiiiio
antI beautiful stone villas In Wo > trjiest r It
was once owned by Mr John c Furmnn who
dlil much to adorn the Interior and It was
once occupied by Mr Francis M Jeneks WIS
Mr and Mrs llolton after their wedding
trip side will call for England whoro thor will ro
Fnrccloiure Kate ut Tuxtdo Perk
NKwnunon Aug nThe first foreclosure
nln or 1 Tuxedo Park cottage will take > 1111
on Oct 21 at tho Tuxedo Town Hall In No
vember 1BK3 Pierre Lnrlllnrd convoyed to
Iplel Cliaunccy nler bl lnaeholl iroperty
In the park anti It IIns tntirigeed for lrorrIY
fhl seems to ite hold now hy IWI S hiip end
s lllm tin Are 01 3iidiieiown has hln
appointed referee In Ihl I rlo ti la suit to
MH the col I ii so Thn l rots Will ul till
irnount up 1 lu I ILoUI 17l I t
irntr JIE A TEA it of hivc xtAttiiro
AOer 1JI Tear of Ffillor tho Tine ni Kg
Harbor Are Hn r with Or ii
E ItAnnon CITT Aug 27TII0 grape orop
at this place which for many rears past has
been ruined by a disease known a tho black
rot will this season be tho largest for fifteen
rear I will be far ahead of tho yield In
former ream when much wine was made and
Egg Harbor City became famous all over tho
country for Its superior vintage For several
year past the black rot prevailed In Its worst
form and every remedy known was tried with
little or no success Manufacturers who had
made thousands of gallons of wino each year
became discouraged and allowed their Im
mense vaults and cellars to go to ruin Tho
experience of those roars of crop failure
prove to the crape growers that tho mischief
was lu most cases duo to tho ravages
of minute Insects which infected tho vines
Dr Theodore II Iloyson oxMayor of the
city has recently experimented so successfully
fully with a new remedy that this year It Is
believed the blaok rot will finally bo eradicated
and Egg Harbor City will oncn more attain the
reputation of being one of tho largest wile
making cities In the United States Urape
growers aro making extensive preparations to
harvest tile crop and I largo force cf mon are
at work building great vaults and cellars In
which to place the wino Throe immense
vaults bare already been built and others are
fast being completed I Is estimated by the
growers that 270001 gallons of wine will I be
made this rear Most of this vintage wil be l
placed In vaults until It Is A year or moro Qld
when It will be told and will command high
prices All the grapes grown hero are con
verted Into wine arlpes large wlnemnkers of
Egg Harbor City mnko thousands of gallons of
wInO ono manufacturer alone will have over
75000 gallons this year
DE
BTOCnT ITOn Sunday AUf 3118 h Emi
hOoch to Emma Veil
XIXX3X9
AIIKN On Auf 27 18112 at t Mortlitown 1 J
Tompion Allen aced Ill yean and 4 months
Friends are Invited to attend tho funeral from hla
late I reildence 10 Sprint it on Monday Aug 2U at
330 1 M
ANTONFTTIOn any 20 1892 at Weit Iloboken
N J Annie Atitoneltl aged 1 earnnd I month
FrlenJi irs Invllal to attend the funeral from
lh residence I of her parenta corner V Molt it
and Central av Fuueral private Interment at
Flower Hill Cemetery
MAATZOn Airy 26 1H92 at Newark N J Jacob
Baatz aged 70 years 0 months and 7 dayi
Friends irs Invited to attend the funeral from bli
late residence MS South tith it on Monday morn
tag Aui 20 at It I 10 oclock Interment at the
Cemetery of the Holy Sepulchre
BKKGKN AtNew Utrecht L I on AIlS 20 1892
Rebecca Ann llerften trldor ot the late John Cola
In the Cflth year of roy ore
Friends are Invited to attend tbe funeral from her
late residence New Utrecht L I on Monday
Aug 20 at 230 I IL
BREIIKt YOnAur 2t85t12 at Newark N J
Dominick Hrehtny
Frlendi are Invited In attend the toneral from his late
residence 02 Camdon at on Monday Aug 2It > at
Bio A M Interment at Cemetery of tho Holy
fepulchre
HMIJIiHOn Auf 20 atjsroey City N J Mattie
I lirlggi niece of Theodora and Emma Rowe In
her 24th year
Frlendi are Invited to attend trio funeral services
from the reiMenre of her uncle 83 Horrent st t on
Sunday aiternoon at 4 oclock Interment on Mon
ally at 1itUton fa Tla 8l3 A M train N J O
II R
BKOWVOn AOK25 1892 at 100 flh at Jersey
tlty Anal Brown beloved wife of John Brown
aged 24 yean
Frlendi are Invited to attend the funeral from her
late residence on Saturday Ana 27 at a r M and
from St Mtchaela Church at 316 r M
BtKIINOOu Aun 25 1882 at Summit N J
Percy William Burling ion of Dr T and Anna 8
Curling aged 5 years and Ii months
Friends are Invited to attend tIre funeral from the
residence of his parents on Monday Aug 2tt at 8
r M
ClIAlIV Tha Board of Trustees of the Union
Dime SAvlngs Institution of tha city of Mow York
at a meeting held on tIe 17th ot Autust 1HU1
unanimously adopted the following
Vfe recehe with deep sorrow the sad Intelligence of
the death of Gardner 8 Cbapln our esteemed and
kelored resident
The organization of the bank was very largely due
to nil efforts and be shaped Its general policy from
Its Infancy During t third of a century of active
work as one of Its officers ha exhibited In a high
degree the iuaitlei of prndence sound Judgment
Integrity and ildellty and tha Institution Itself In
Its present properoua condition la tbe best monn
inert to hli ability
While his thoroughly upright character von the re
spect of all who knew him hla kindly disposition
and gentle manner gained their love and he will ba
regretted by a large circle as a warmhearted gen
erous and charitable friend and though bo was
spared to a good old age his loss will he long and
keenly felt not only by his business associates but
by his surviving family whom wa assure of our
sincere sympathy In their severs affliction
By order of ills Board
CIIANNIND M HEITTOV pint VicePresident
FRANCIS M LBAKE Secretary
COTTNK On Aug 2fi 18U2 at Orange N J Edward
Coyne beloved husband of Mary Coyne
Relatives and friends are Invited to attend the
funeral from his late residence Essex av Orange
K J on Sunday afternoon Aug 28 at 1 oclock
and from St Jocna Church where services will ba
hell Interment at SI Johns Cemetery Orange
CVUIEYOn AIg 211X12 at Jersey City NJ
John Curley aged CJ years
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from his
late residence 6M Drove St on Monday Aug 39
forenoon at II oclock and from St Michael Ro
man Catholic Church where a solemn high mass of
requifoi will be offered for the repose of his soul
DOIIIJKTYSuddenly on Thursday Aug 2M81I2
John V eldest son of Thomas Doherty and the late
Mary Fnliey
Fune al from his fathers residence 220 Hast 78th
St on Monday Atic 2l E 2 r M
DORKMVHSuddenly at Ilackeniacr N J Aug
2H Mrs Jane A V tloremus widow ot the late
1eler U Doremus In the 83d rear of her age
funeral on Sunday Aug 28 at 315 P M from the
residence of btr daughter Mrs K D Plympton Clin
ton place llacfcennack NJ Train leaves Cham
bers st at2iir r M
JUI ITTn Aug 2fl IB9J at Jersey city N J
Margaret Droll agil f < 0 yean and 11 months
Friends are Inrted to attend the funeral from her
late residence 172 Mercer St on Sunday afternoon
Aug 28 at 2 oclock
ECKKtnAug2l 1H92 atWoodilda N J Benja
min C Ecke aged 7U years
Notice of funeral hereafter
GLOISO EAt lit ernon N T Aug 37 1892 Tlllle
daughter of Andrew and Eliza Usury e
Notice of funeral hereafter
hAN IONOn Aug 27180D at Jersey city N J
Ellen llanlon beloved wife of the late Richard
llanlon
Notice of funeral hereatter
IIANHKNOn Aug 24 JHM at Iloboken N J
Mans Mllansen aged 4tl years V months and 28
days
Friends are Invited in attend tht funeral from his
late residence MX Vd St on Sunday Aug 28 at 3
oclock 1 M Interment at Flomir Hill Cemetery
HOMOOn trig 2o 18U2 at Newark NJ Charles
C llunlg acrdinjears
trlrnds are Invited to attend ibo funeral from his
late residence 20 Runex sion Sunday afternoon
Alit IR at t 3 oclock Interment at Woodland
remetxry
mKHTOn Saturday Ally 2718U2 at tha rest
dence of her parents 771 Intnato av Brooklyn
Mary K May daughter nf Charles and the ate
Catharine Hurst agid 22 years and 3 mouths
Notice of funeral hereafter
JAOKIHOn Aug 20 1693 at Iloboksn N J
Claus H Janets aged 52 3 eart E months and 17
dars
rrlends are Invited to attend the funeral from his
late retldence ICX12 Willow av on Monday
afternoon at 2 oclock
KIiainTKAllOii Aug 251802 M Franklin N
J Helen K Kierittad wife of Jacob Klentead
aged C > 7ears
Friends are Intlted to attend the funeral from her
late reildenee Irospecl it Franklin NJ on MOB
lay AUK 29 at 1 P M Interment at Cedar
1lwit Cemetery
JtrA llUVUYOn Aug 25 1802 at Jersey City
vl William Klabuudy aged 11 years
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from his
late residence 1411 Lincoln St on Sunday afternoon
Aug 28 at 2 oclock Interment at the Flower Ulll
Cemetery
LlUIO flOe Aur 2C 1HOJ at West Iloboken N
J Edward A Ludlow aged II months
Friends ara Invited In attend the funeral from the
lesidenrecf his > aientt 4111 Monastery tt on Dun
I
day aflernrop Aug VP at 2 oclock
tk
MAIANJLrillOn Aug 271802 at Harrison
N J Alice Malanapby wife ot Mlohael Malanaphy
Notice of funeral hereafter
M 00 It EOn Aug 24 18112 at Franklin N J Elms
Moore wlfu of Joseph Moore aged 74 ears
Relatives and rrlends are respectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral on Sunday afternoon Airy 28 at
230 oclock from the Methodist Episcopal Church
at Franklin NJ
UlTKMKIUANOn Aug 20 18H3 at Jersey City
N J Mary A Masselman aged 22 years and 21
days
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her
late residence 13 White it on Monday forenoon
Aug 20 at 9 oclock and from Bt Patricks R C
Church where a solemn high mass of requiem will
be offered for the repose of her soul Interment at
the convenience of the family
McAVOYOn Thursday Aug 28 at 240J eth it
Jersey City the Rev James K McAvov tats pastor
of 8r Leos rhuroh Irvington N J
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from St
Mlchaela Church 8th St on Tuesday forenoon at
IclO oclock
Met OKMK KOn Friday morning Aug 20 after
a long Illness Bridget Duff widow of the late Pat
rick McCormick native of county Westmeath Ira
land
Funeral will take place from her late residence 829
3d av on Monday Aug 29 at 980 A M thence to
Kt Gabriels Church East 87th it where a solemn
mass of requiem will be ssld for tha repose of her
soul Interment In Calvary
NIMMOOn Aug 27 Margaret widow ot Oeorga
K Nlmmo aged GO years
funeral from her late residence 813 East 81st it on
Tuesday Aug 80 at 1 oclock P h U
OlnAKYOn Aug 27 1802 at Newark N J
John OLeary son of John and Bertha OLaary
aged 4 months andltl days
Friends are Invited to attend the funeral from the
residence or the parents 108 Oliver St on Sunday
afternoon at 330 oclock Interment In Woodlawn
Cemetery
rrKUVinn Saturday Aug 2718t 2 Catherine
tvlfe of John II Perdue after a lingering Illness
aged 3 years
Relatives and friends are reipectfully Invited to at
tend the funeral from her late residence 60 Bush
wick av Brooklyn on Tuesday Aug SO at 2
oclock Interment In Calvary Cemetery
PVKCEIU OnAuc 20 J892 at Jersey City N J
Catherine beloved wife of Michael Purcell aged 65
> ears
Frleiuli are Invited to attend the funeral from her
late lestlence 187 Newark av on Monday Aug
29 at it 1 oclock A M and from St Marys R 0
Church at 10 oclock A M where a requiem mass
will be uttered for the happy repoie of her soul In
terment at Hudson County Cathollo Cemetery
HA llm Aug 20 18112 at Bloomfleld K J Bene
dict IU1I aged CO years
Friends ara United to attend the funeral from hIs
late residence r 7 Osborna at Bloomfleld NJ on
lucsd5y Allf W at 280 oclock P M Interment
In lilciomileld Cemetery
htiGtvIii Air 20 1HB2 al Jersey City NJ >
Jubn Kogan agul 50 years
Relatives and friends ure Invited to attend the funeral
from his late residence air Newark av on Monday
forenoon Aug 211 at It I oclock and from St Josepha
It C Church at lOoclock whir a solemn high raaia
of reijulera will be offered for the happy repose of
his soul Interment al Hudson C C Cemetery
< AMAN On Aug 25 1892 at Harrison N J
Martha IranIan beloved wife of John J Scanlan
aitcd 73 years
friends are Invited to attend the funeral from her
late residence 213 Harrison av on fundir Alit
2Mat2l I M Interment in Holy Sepulchre Heine
emery
HMlTIIOa Amy 3f 1892 at Newark N J Anna
Hniltli beloved wife of James Smith aged 68 years
Friends am Invited to attend tie funeral from her
late residence 81 Broom it on Sunday Aug 24
at 1 It > 0 P I M and from St Josepha R O Church at
J oclock Interment at the Cemetery of the Holy
Kepulchre
HlKiNOOn Aug 26 1802 at Newark lj John
Spring aged 30 years
Notice of funeral bereaflar
> VAIKKHOn Aug 28 1R92 al Newark N J
Lemuel K Walker aged 60 years
Funeral and Interment at New Brunswick N J nn
Monday Aug 29
WAIZOnAug 28 1892 at Will llobokan N J
John Wai aged 8 months
Frlendi are Invited to attend thn funeral from A2
hpriiiistWast llobuken on Sunday forenoon AUK
2H at oclock Interment at Flower Hill Cruie
tory
MAIJE OHOVE CEMETERY
Maple drove station Long Island Railroad For par
tlculars address office lVlt Broadway N Y
Monnt Hope Cemetery
Ogre rno flth av corner 23d at New Tort
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