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28D YEARNO. 6,04.-2. WASHINGTON, D. a, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVlBMBETt 1, 1800. r tk DHMri f CoNwnM, AwmV.ii riiohttf ttnrfttttatK tMHimarg lemptra- viii iii am lan-wan; ireirmf wnti. ATTENTION, VOTERS! AGRKA.T many of you are going homo to vote, and, of course, you will want to be WEL -DRESSED when you visit your old friends. If there is ANYTHING in the line of READY MADE Clothing that you need there is no better place in the country to procure it than HERE, of US, where you have all the LATEST styles and most FASHION ABLE fabrics to select from and where the PRICES are very moderate. We especially call your attention to our superb as sortment of Medium and Heavy-weight Overcoats, single or double-breasted, long, short or medium length, Silk, Italian or Wool Lining. Anything or every thing in the Overcoat line that is FASHIONABLE and RELIABLE. Robinson. Parker & Co, AMERICAN CLOTHIKKS, f. I- Corner Sevrnlli nml lt.su. X, W, IN A CRITICAL STATE. Condition nf the Unknown Woiuun lit Ilia Insane Aijrluin. I)r. Godding of the St. Kllxabetk Asy lum status tbat the unknown woman found on Massachusetts avenue Is now unkr !il treatment anil Is in a very critic il condition. lie hat given posl tlve Instructions that no one be allowed to fee her. Till was the reason that the lady who applied at Hie asylum yes terday was refused. Several others we re also turned away. Dr. Godding hope that he will be nUeto pull hie patient through, ami If he docs so feels satisfied that he will he able to gain the necessary Information ni to lur Identity. WAS all'iusisess. Muilum Wmitcil Her Too Hi I'ulleU WllUuut Charge lor Sjmillli. iue was a mature woman, with high check hones, a dajipled face and red linlr. says the Chicago UtrM. Fling ing aside her Itonmtt sb got up Into the dentist's chair, leaned Iter bead back, opened her tuouth, and poiuted k a txdth iu the lower jaw. 1 wish you'd see v bat U the Matter ih that grinder," she said. is, ma'am," replied la dentist, in i sympathetic tone, "lias It beta kurt tif mm long"" Who sakl it bad been kuriiag aw?" lUg pardon, ma'-sm. I inferred-" Well you don't need lu infer any tl.i i)-' If you're ready to look at that tlrdtr, doctor, I'm ready to hws my iin'i tU again." And she opened it. The tooth, madam." he said, after a 1 ilef examination, "is a wet shell. I njrul " ' What occasion is there for you to rcjut anything? Who. grinds l UT' ' I was going lo say It U too bun to sae the tuoth. It is loo far gone. If ii & troubling you any U will kaw to inUlC OUt " Well, that's what I'm here for." It will be hard to get kohl of with iVu forceps and 1 aw aouy to any U will liiiri Dees it hurt you to pull a customer's t i iii she dessMaded- i 'f course not, but" - Well, then, you needn't feel aorry. I .iu Lire on biuaaee. I don't need aay .-ii.iatb. Yaek it out." v. asied bo more woee. tin ftwiwml u i .ir of ugly-looking forcea aa mt tm ud the oflaediag audtv wwaaijidav What's yo httir " kuind th wun.au. Jtfty cent," I hat's the mguUr price, U it ? ou,i uot caMXg aaftWuf lor sya- 1 alky ' I I is the regular price, uusdata-" 1 U-re's the tuoaey- Gxd 4 '" Atur sue had gone out of hit oJH.ee iu dentist weal aad sat dowe by Mae ii ut iodow to neat, "if I had that uviui'v nerve, he -dd to IsinMeit. as i . v. au Utii nw suidiegdowe the street, l i.uH uc an aUemaa tad own a . L k aid in 1 than three tuonUu-' ' i. . 3 m tkuiiiug' Motukiy. - li, i t.iic te w Ta l Vt i , A i . K. U- t'u. vitt set! 4teiu;UUi . fioiii Washington to Kear Turk eky , , m m the M.ate of Mew Yurk i I i ilit loiuidtrito. TkkoUill 1 i i iJl Uoius (U-lJbcr .11 uJ No K 1 1 I I If" ft I M H IA CLEVELAND PREDIfTS A DEMO CRATIC VICTORY THIS FALL. AGRICULTURISTS ARE BEING EDUCATED What Partisan Prfjdiw ami Appeals to 3lf-InUrttt Hare Dim. ANOTHER BURCHARD IN NEW YORK. A Prarier FurnisliM Tammany Wllh Campaign Material The Sitaitisn in Pennsylvania. Alhaxt, N. V., Nov. 1. The ArgH) puhllibcs today the following Inter view with c.x-l'rwtdent Cleveland on the political slttmtton, sent to it by Its New York correspondent: "Of course, It Is needfets for mo to express the deep Interest I feel In the elections now pending, though I have sometimes feared that my repeated and enforced declination of Invitations to visit (IliTcrcnt localities and address political meetings might be construed as Indicating a lack of sympathy with the fortunes of the excellent candidates In the Democratic field. "I am cure that there was never n public question discussed more thor oughly nnd more InlclllKcntly than has been the subject of tariff reform by Its Democratic advocates. This may per haps suggest that If the Democratic position on this Issue Is the correct one, there should be Immediate and romly acquiescence ou the port of the people. .HDflMBNT CLOt'IlXIt 1IY 1'llKJVtltl'R. "Hut the judgment of our country men lias been so trammeled and their perceptions have been so clouded by prejudice and nppoals to slf Interest that their apprehension of the true prov lnco of our Government has been dis torted, nnd they have for years been I ml to believe tbat the conduct of piihllc affairs might properly minister to their ptnllt, not by tecurlnir general pros pertly founded on principle, but by slv In a direct advantage to certain classes. There can be no advance In tariff reform where these Ideas prevail. "It is celts Inly true that In such a K'lrUh operation the Interests of some of the people must be neglected. Pro test on the part of these has been stilled by the roost arrant deception and cajolery. At last, however, these M-glccled ones are aroused, and In spite of the clouds of misrepresentation ami delusion which surround them, they begin to at the liehk Our agri culturists and othirs whose Interests bave been disregarded, while advant ages have been accorded to a favored few, are not to be much longer de ceived. thk rooit cihow roor.Eit, Tiir. iircit wcimt. "They are discovering more and more clearly tbat the toll and uncomplaining labor which should have added to their own comfort and prosperity have been dherted to the airtrandfieement of others, while they have constantly erown iworer. They fall to see In the accumulation of vast fortunes under such conditions any compenatllon for their discouraging labor or for their forced and lrfacutni? economy. They will not always be silent, but will naturally ami inevitably demand the justice to all ami favor to none, which our institutions promise. " I am confident tbat we shall secure a majority iu the next House of Repre sentatives Our sueceas in iv not Ik so sweeping and decisive a tuany nf our sanguine friends aatirlpite, but It will be safe ami substantial. I cannot forget bow laboriously a reform moves, which must break through selfish Interests slrongiv Intrenched and unscrupuloutly asserted, ami which must overcome abuses long suffered and arrogantly maintained. I believe that all ourgains must be the result of hard struggb; against these odds. It is not, however, possible tkat the complete triumph of the people's cause can be ntuch longer delayed. tub iMutorumc rturv i niteu. "The effective iueukitlon of whole sonse dactiine hk'h characterize the lkuioerattc ptes. the thorough dls ckuskMi going on in every part of the itiun'r) , the undisguised aebewee of the lit publican party to secure its per petuation in power through reckless ea aeiutents v, kick still the results of the people's suffrage, lu brutal methods of legislation, and. above all, the positive distress dally threatening our people's houses under the operation of a a-v and hskiuitous tariff law a law which not only advances the t ost of the accessaries of life, but fosters the extortioM of trusts and eosuhinaitoas nuOte certain the advent of a freer, better tuue and ; the ascendancy of true IVmutraey ! "Whatever the near result way be, I j aaa dot at all afraid that the eal of the I narty utll flag or that diacourageweut will In the least dampen lis ardor or lessen Us ajtKieasiveuefts. The Ikuuo- eraifc party is thoroughly united ami has planted Uselt ou lVMuocralic ptiaci pte. It will sot abandon Us sacred cause hut will coutinue Urn warfare un til it achieves e ik;t success. The party that knew no discoursiteauiiat lu 188. will not waver wr falter la lam" AKOTHEB BlttCiUKD EPISODE. 4 fUi-MUeU H UaisUMTiUUAkV WtTU ISUrSlok SUTStttAL. I;w Yotu. Kev-1 tke Baw. Bar. Hiitftiani ensacde hi the rllalmr cam wp w nwpivflpmm'n Tnnn r w inm r paigu of 1 the e iergymau U pontics hat le as saueh featedasahuU tea china shop, by reason of that Juct it hat fretiueatly been pfedkied that the Kustoa tkhet. vhk-ttit aov apfuattag lor votes agaUst a f uithar dosuinatsoB of TsuiUiany UaU. vouklget tUali into Uouble. A siguMcant aaae to the ppUbWal coiubluattou whkk Senator Tom flatt and hi Ke.uUkn !aUoM have luaik, wllh thet'uuuty Democracy is cowpoMal of a number of persiateally self advertisUig PruUstaat vlerayiuen and one Cathode prkst, Kev Father Dueey. wlo, although he b) the Motor of a very faahlotinlile congregation, b nut tot speaking terms with his Arch bishop ai.il has foi ike i-iat two year U.i.u ,nj,diu on the viicof the line vihub IU Dr Miliiiuu i.r3ti.jjpeJ Soiui. a tUcot. u-iri.ii.ui LUL'.euyi.-u i. 11 L Ul lli Ik. I III '3 ( , ' i - 4 wlih a vim, awl with a vlmlence or ton em: whh-h rwy many voters feil re frntfnl abort'. Tire Iter. Dr. Heber Xewton hits prtctrcally transferml the vrstry rtwm of Ills ehnrck Into a eatrens chamber, ami the hall In which his flruMtaT-STbrwl meets Into a place of as tmWasre for nolillcal mass meetings. The pit! pit hsto these gentlemen Be come the slump, lint It remained to a nrereml gentleman, who lately shook the rtnst nf Philadelphia from Ills feet. Ir become the Tlnrehanl of the pendlh? campaign In New York city. At a meeting nf the Wct Side Iteniib Mean Club, over which Police .Tmrkr Talntor presided, the llev. Slwllson 0. Peters was the star of the occasion, and he sakl, among other things: "When I went lo register lo day 1 had to srn Into a shanty on the Boulevard, and there I found the board of registration to lie a set of flannel mouthed Irishmen. One of them threw a lllule at me yes, threw It at me ami I refused lo kiss the dirty book. It was not only a dirty book, but had a cross nn It put thorc for Tam many voters and my Americanism re volted." Needless to say coules of these remarks are now being printed by the thousands nnd distributed llimughnut Hie length and biradth of Slanhaltan Island. "Those who know Mr. Peter at his worst," said a Pldlndelphla gentleman last rlrht, "will not be surprised at this Imprudent ebullition. Mr. Peters, al though a clcreyman, enjoys the unen viable distinction of being the only man who ever told a Hfite story nt a gather ing of the Clover Club. The Indigna tion which his conduct created on that occasion was such that he was driven from the worn by ihe biting sarcasm with which ho was attacked." IN PKNNSYLVANIA. BARMY J.NPtCATtOX VOt.NTS TO TIIR nt.KiTtox of t'Arrtso.v. PitiUMinu'ittA. Nov. 1. The situa tion In Pennsylvania is decidedly re assuring to the Democrats, and advices from various points throughout the State indicate that Governor Patllson will have n majority outside of this city of not lets than 10,000, with promises that the tide may rise as high as 50,000. All the estimates In tliu following dis patches to the lleeonl are conservative and may be depended upon. In Allegheny County Pattlson will hau a majority that may be anvtvhere from 1.000 to 10 (Hit), with a promise of from I.OOOtoO.lOJ. In Crawford County Delamater will have a small majority of not over IVX), while In Krle, Warren. MclCean, Cam urn and Venango will give Paulson a combined majority of about 1..VW. Armstrong, Indiana. Westmoreland nnd .hfTcrson Counties will surely ulve Pat tlson a majority of over 1,000 and pos sibly 1.300. Tba Sixteenth Congress ional district will gtve hint a tuuil but sure majority of 50O. A careful estimate of the majorities In the eeven following counties show a majority for Paulson of not less than MM), and possibly 1.000 to 3.000: Danpbln. Lebanon, Perry. Mlfrln, Cum berland. York and Franklin. Tula Is hum considered a low estimate, and seme Democrats say that It will be '.'.900. The Republicans admit that the seven counties will give Pattlson a majority, but say that It will not be large. They gave Harrison 'J,00 ma Jotlly. In llerks County the estimate Is tdaced at 10,000 ami it mav be more. Lancaster Itepublleans admit that Dela mater will not have over 8,000 In that county. Ilucks, Lackawanna and Montgomery will give Paulson a small majority of" from 3iOtn3O0, and Lu zerne will swell his majority to about 1,300. Chester County which is always good for U.AOO Republican majority, will give Pattlson from 3U0 to MX. There are 1,800 Republicans In that county who pledged tkemselves to vote for Pattlson. Delaware County's Ke luiUlean majority will be cut down to 1,500 or less. MAYOR M06BY IN POSSESSION. Hut He llm! lo Do Ilia ulluek" Ml. L-urn Is (let lu. CixtiNK.vTi, Ohio, Nov. I Mayor Mosby took forcible possession of Ike Hoard of Publk Improvements office thU morning ami the new board ap pointed by him Is now in session. It was necessary to eall upon a policeman to open the way, wkick ke dki by kick ing the barred doors open. The excite ment around the city building at the time was Intense, but the only members of the outgoing board found In the ooee, when an entrance was effected, was Mr. Korper, and ke retired gracefully. The Mai or Ikes Installed a tall polk emaa at Ike Uuser dour and another at the outer door to keep intruder s out. ifiWT WKlfilT SB! HKBtfl. IU U (Jtmrswt Wllh VltkiuU lu tba luUlaa UetMiM. MiSKauraLU, Uikk., Nov. 1 X special to the Journal from Chamber lain, S. D., says- There Is a report that Agent Wright of the Koaeuud Agamy has keen suspended for frauds ii the India census. The new casus taken by special agents Is said to have dU ctosed grave discrepam lea. The Hose bud Indians do not take kindly to the Cl til y II ii mm U iiui ta MmhIHiisi. The Comimtssionyrt to day received a r-tMht'B 4jpff by all the ptoaalsuMtt hotel keepers of the city wqusalUg that the hosrfs be allowed to keep tikttt barber shops open ost tUiadays tor Dm eadualve uttt of guests. This petitioa will prohably receive the favorable eo thnvraiiuu ol the VfimilsiiliTiiifrf Wai to tan o. a u. Bmrt cieaupuny. Thai cases of Oeor S- Brown et il agakMt the Chesapeake and Oslo Vmui CajMaajay on apauk-'atlou of that hojad holdets of lt&lfor an order to dsslive the psoperty to lhetu was hoard this moraing is the Equity Court hofore Justin Coa. The order totuested was 0- SMtUHCIIaaMs JUhJnttfatiUltf ttSCamWi smw the State Uepartuwnt today and took the oath at Hbtialer to Portugal before Chkf Clerk TcedW of the War Do bartaaeat. AiicxvanstkM had a coa fereuce wkk Actteg SecrwUry of akalst 4.dce. sMwW a" Ntvt week the t'oMtmlsaiontrs will render their opinioa in tke cae of 1 uaivi. Bli.ck and atll a'- - t iUi. uu tke upp': i 'una that kiii U.a u--J for ll Ut uca BLAINE GOES TO PHILADELPHIA. Hh 1'rrtenrn Salit In H AVhrtli ren Thnnnnnit Voir. ftcrtlary Ulairte aeottirnleTl by Postmaster General Wannmaker left herr- nn the fl.iW express this morning for Pnllairelpfela. Piut.ADBr.riitA, Nov. 1 .Tames O. nialnc an I veil at Hmad-treet station abrmt 1 12 o'clock this aftermwn. 11e special car of the Secretarv of State was at the rear of the four eoarhea ami on Iks) liat-k pisiform stood the man whose presence In Philadelphia this afrernovm is believed to 1 "worth at least 10,000 votes lo Ihe Republican party.'' The Secretary's party was cotmyeti to the Siralfonl Hotel, where luncheon was had. At the conclusion of the lunch the fecrclary ami his psrty pro nedeil at once to' the Academy of Musi.. FXCESSIVE CIGARETTE SMOKING. It l.miln In Mir IHncrurn nnd Inminlty r a Vouni; Jinn. Nkw Yona.Nov. 1. Stephen tlntler, Ihe young man who entered a Jewelry store In the Culeman House on Thurs day, and purchased $1,100 worth of Jewelry, paying for It with a check for SWO, purporting to be signed by Acker, Merrill A Gondii, was held for trial to day on a charee of lorgery. Ruller's parents are wealthy. He Is Insane from the excessive smoking of cigarettes and the eating of coffee beans. It is prob able that this will be his defense on tr Int. and If acquitted he will lie sent to a lunatic aylum. OLD WORLD NEWS. ENOLAND WAITING OUR ACTION RE GARDING THE SEAL IMBROGLIO. TlinKlngur Wurteiiilitirc Annoyed by Nrivuptuter Article Tlio l!nr Con tinue Ihe Jnwltli I'prKcru tlona Hlcnrolinlj', I.omiox, Nov. 1. A report has been cliculsllng here, bateil ou statements la ill)stclics from America, that the llrlllsh foreign cilice had made over tine In tegard to Retiring Sea, but the fotclgn c lllce cfflctal deny the state mint. It is understood, however, though It Is not i lllclsllr slated, that Kaglaud la avtalllDg the action of the American Gou'iuinrDt on the proposition to arbl Irati', and that In the meantime Rngland will ki: that llritlsh vessel arc protected fiom mok'Stallon. A uinl ('Itlclal denial hat been given atSlutteart to the tlory that the King of Wuitimburg Is supporting the llaro ns Yon llecke, convicted of fraud in Vienna. The King Is represented lo be muak Irritated by the statement, ami notice of prosecution for l.tn Mutrit has been given In the event of the pub lication nf the story In any Wurtcmburg newspaper. Notwithstanding the (pdeilng reports, reliable advices from Amsterdam are to the ilfect that the situation causes serious anxiety among the substantial classes. The people, rich and poor are attached to the house of Orange, and II Is believed that there will be no trouble should the King's daughter ami heir. Princess AVIllielinlue, survive, but disorder is apprehended in the event of the direct sucesslon becoming extinct. A dispatch from St. Petersburg says tke C'sr has been deeply Irritated by the advice and lntcrferanee of the foreign press ami preachers In behalf of the Russian Jews and tbat his Majesty, who Is personally in favor of tke rigorous enforcement of tke anti Jewish decrees, bat given directions tbat no leniency shall l shown, ami tkat orrleiaU shown to be remiss shall be reported for reprimand or punishment. AY bile the anti JewUb party Is gain ing grouud in Austria it Is losing in Hungary, owing to the prevalent belief among the Magyars tbat Russian in fluences are behind tba agitation. It is reported from Zanzibar tbat the attack upon Yilu, resulting in tke burning of tbat place and tke massacre of many of its inhabitants, was caused by Ike Indiscreet utterances of a Ger man settler named Prtodrich, whose vaporiags exasperated tke native and led them to overt acts of hostility atcesaitating their tHiniakmeat. Tbat often killed and as often resur reeled thief tain, Osman IXgaa. is rep KStulfd by dispakkes from Cairo to tie advancing upon Suakim at the head of a large army of well armed men. ThU information is obtalatai from natives who hate arrived at Suakim within the lasttwodaik. i maa is sakl also to be recruiting his already formidable force from the tribes through whosst country he paasea. Count voa Moltke's birthday presents are ksereasieg in number daily ami the collection is now a large ami very valuable oae. both in respect of tke coat ami rarity of the gifts. The suggestion hat bees made that the psosenH be placed on public eshibitioa it) tterlia. ami it is believed that this will he doaw. the proceeds of the espoaMoa being de voted to puMic ckartikss. The Servian Goverauteut has agreed lopnyexKUgMllanihesumofmuuO francs annually for his malnieaaace. the implied understanding Wing that the e king will sot reakle la Belgrade. CiaH Ctottoagas Sisurte, bAii Ftusetaco. Kov. !. Toilay's HiutirUiU MWd will coaUaU a letter fane James J. t'orbrt. tiViresied to yraak P. fclavln. ciotvlaiia f the dmparaglag tow of the latter" psu Hsbcd nJauvm to Joh L. mdlvaa aad other amawiran pugtBste. atnt raal kuglng sJlavin to a coMM with himaeH. Hat-es at ttenokig'' ttonslay- HMaJSaaA a Uaassal Vtmssaattac . flfr ssssBemsssr w s 'sppf ,niP"PTnl",1sis,ssp' la the kill i equity f SeUs) ttettt vt,JhUu,-hll Reutt. the pltijtiff, tJMouh her aolkitor. fiiiilMiW Par iMrtir if ammkai iV&Vl Q lit tm smlnrntmrnmHal SKI Ul nnBHnnsp siBsrip" t w VPjr psisfsisfsjwsnsw s?w" " the dlvotie pioecodiaga of proof of the adultiry of her kuabaai. -r - ia isMut VJMasjM. fjiu 1'iuk. Uaggk Peuaywhst laj carrier hi kmd well, lie smmm to he akle to drink aa uuaiility of chaataaurne. iassatsnnn (islltRS -rpj " m pinspjpsagpsstf" KnaMaji-l uever saw Penny vim. i a bottLTof i UdLipajftie Daggk- lf vi-Jiae luieaUsiUi -. (UiUlit 1 i . , illv.'i SOUGHT DEATH A HUSBANDS DUAL LIVING t.BADS TO SUIC1DB. THE WRATH OF A WRONGED WIFE. Sttt Unmaiks Him. ai Urn Fkp Ihm and His Ghanmr. WAS UKDER THE KULE OF A SISEfl. HWri( a Leiltr JttsUfyiflg His Wife ia Ike Osursa She Had PttniMs! an4 Then Kills Hlmelf. Vkamsmtowx, Pa., Nov. 1. A pkrtoi shot at 3 o'clock ycalertlay morn ing at It acted Ir. Henry Irwlns ami her two daughters to the room of Mr. Irwlns. They forced the door ami found him dead In a pool of blood, with n large pistol of the cavalry pat tern In his hand. The top of his head was almost blown off, ami there was every Indication of a most deliberate suicide. Irwlns located here about ten years ago, and was regarded as enterprising, able and noaltliy, lie erected a number of buildings ami secured a controlling Interest In Ilslpln's lumber yards, the business of which he doubled. In his dome stli life ho was considered very lwppy. A change occurred about four years ago, and, ns usual, there Is A WOMAN IX TIIR C VSB. ihe Is handsome, of course; to all ap pearances a lady of culture and wealth, ami made herself a home In a neat cottage In an adjoining town. There was some mystery aliout her, and to Ills was adekd the scandal of an Inti macy between her nnd Irwlns that re sulted In hit neglect ol his family and his business. Pruiuent absences from home on the part of her liub.ind. sometimes for a week at a time, finally aroused sus picion In the mind of Mrs. Irwlns. After preparations for a week's absence he lift home Thursday noon, but was SHAIMiWKll nv HIS WttK and followed to the cottar, of the woman teferred to. The net day she Kcuitd admittance to the cottage, cleverly disguised, and pretended to be In search of a cottage for sale or to rent. Ruling the conversation between the two women Irwlns entered the parlor where they were, but did not recognize ais wire, its no cntereu me woman occupying the cottage said: "My hus band might, jicrhaps, lie able to direct you. Lut thl houte is neither for sale nor rent." Sirs. Irwlns was unable to control herself any longer, but, rising to her fett. threw olT the disguise and ex claimed "Your husband, madattie?" Quickly drawing from the folds of her dress a small cowhide, she used It with a vengeance on the pair. The assailed woman fled for safety. The confounded husband knelt and Implored his wife TO KK HIM VHOU "l UTIIEU DISOKUK by returning home at once, promising In fellow her and explain everything to her satisfaction She went home, and in the evening be appeared h-rore his family. Ilia two daughters, Orace anil Kllen, aged respectively U and 1" years, left the room where their mother was. Irwlns told his wife be was not well piered to dUcuss tke matter, but would do so In the morning. Then ha went to his room, and the sequel has already been told irwlns left a touch ing letter, wherein ke (OKtkJMien HIS WKOHU UOIKl,, and justified his wife in tke course ska had taken. He said tkat be had al lowed himself to fait under tke domi nation of tke woman at tke cottage, who bad used kef power over him. lie bad ienld tke cottage for her and had visited her at the time of tke denou meat of bis evil romance to pay her fa) tkat she demanded, witk threats of exposure if it were not paid. Tke letter alo hinted that tke sulchle was dnauctally ruined. It U slated tkat Irwlns was not is debt beyond heavy mortgage ou all bis rropttty. except the family home, i a les was 54 years old. .UlKiutltoa In K)- Vet. Kev Wavr. Ft., Sot. 1. luia Garcia, who wade as unprovoked at sauit oa the Spanish Consul. Sswor Fratwlseo De Itagaes. was analgaed veaterday before a Cuban Justice of the Peace. Oarcia nteadfd guilty aad was need (10. This Wnleacy has created the gteelest iadighattoa aeaosig all i lasses here- la coaseuueuce tae Con sul has beam ordered to clone his coasu late. He left last night for Havaavtv EtlttUir UktuH HtHitum. Adjudfcatkms in the Equity Court to day were at follows- Tallmadge v Jairby, deeds declared void aad la junction granted . ltroa a vs. Cheaapeake and Ohio Canal Company, petfavioa of a. W. Ctstel teferred to auditor; Urows- Uapley, S. i'.. Thomas, appointed trua teea to sell, JUrhert vs. Betfar, appli -cation for nandvef refused . Parker ra. Parker, deiavurter tuataleed with leave to ttryr1 hpu. Ike vim Isaawsaw . Br. hi. V., Kov. 1. 4 dispalek frotu tiiliimf i s nays Wte ytifkhset aad Ike FaateU foua Hitevm KMMil late Thursday sight. FataeM was knocked ou The tUht was for a pursu of flam i tVchhaiu tad Farseil fouW In tkls 1 1 Jy Wet suatwasr. a4 tckkam tost oa ' as slU'ad foul, though ke had ki iud I Vtot jtatof to ' " fU'UA. Ill . KiV 1- Llll 'Ulk'l .' SJW o'eka-k last WjshJ U - --- ' livti ttaMeatl'htWs.tJi l -i u..j , miles liistant. and t're - - ' - pklity. hstftdsg all aim; sawa ! nd throughout tke biuiut p.irii.ju of ibt ntv and is still i.i. . thi fi!-r LkOll ILt. 1'ibB Up 11. i . -ll - III t 1 ' ' k TOtKS WMmTC UUmi BfSfi. Kills Our- Chltrt, IijHrf AnslhSf ami Then AtlcitirtH Swteht Iiifs-mo, If. Y., No. 1 A -Vvk-Ing tragedy occurred at Akf-i, twoaty four miiei east of ihl city I'mit o'clock Imt nltht. Ml i SiriH M Mnlleri, tmA 19 years, who ha IK . 1 in IhtrTalo tms greatet par I of ll paM v, ar Imt who 1 as been spending a f.w d.ty at the hr ns r.f Sirs. rtHck llntvn a Akrrm, tteelve! a rettet ffom Ibis city yeshrday, which scorned to distress het gtally. Phoitly alterwanl she annouirced thai she waa going up lo Pall Klik, armtti a tnlle ftrim Ifrooklyn street, whsrrt tke Rrownt re-lde, and Mrs. Rrowst com missioned her to buy some gmeeries. Jhe slatted, taking with her Mrs. llmvcn's little 0 year old daughter Delia, and anolhcr little girl named Xellle May Connors, aged lOyeata After getting the groceries Sarah took Ihe chiltfirn t the railroad In bin over Minder Creek, sixty five feet In height. She induced the liille girl to walk out upon the high structure and there pushed Delia Rrown over the bridge, She then gtasped Nellie Connors and burial her Into the precipice below. 2s el He was Instantly killed ami Delia hail her little arms and legs broken. She Is terribly bruised, but It Is thought she will recover. After committing the hellish act Ratah relumed to Rrosvn's and said "I am going away. Perhaps you won't see me again," and went ou'. She stalled for the bridge over the mill dam at Akron, about ten feet high, ami, stepping out on the strurture, jumped Into the water. Simon Rrown saw her and, running lo the spot, saved her. Her actions excited suspicion and the children not reluming seatch was mule for tlain and at 2 o'clock this morning they were found. Sarah will not talk upon the subject and no reason Is as sinned for the terrible deed. MANGLED AT A GROSSING. Motlmr nml llnucliler llorrllily .Mull lleil liy n Train. NuwAtiK, Onto, Xov. 1. About noon yesterday a shocking fatality occurred at the crossing on the Columbus and Newark division of the Pan Handle and llaltlmore and Ohio mails, a few mile west of Pataskala. Mrs. hgan, aged altout 50 yeais, and her daughter. Mrs. Nellie Mend, a? til almut 'ii. at tempted to cross the track In a buggy. The Pan Handle train was sever.t hours late and the ladles expected nn train acd started to cross. Just as tho buggy was fairly on tho track the englno struck It. hurling the occupants a hun dred yards, killing ibem Instantly. 1! Jilt were horribly mangled ami mutilated. Mrs. Mead was a bride of only three months. A FATAL SMOKE. l.rny YVrlcht tlrou U4tk Whit l.lclitlar III rit. Cnir.(-o, Nov. 1. Lrroy Wright, a colored teamster, lu the employ of lllchard Mack, was burned to death In Mack's dye house. No. llt:i Watmh avenue, yesterday afternoon. In light Ing his pipe Wright set fire to a btsln of bemelne. He sought to extinguish the tire ami upset the basin: the rhwes communicated to a can of benslne, nnd In a moment the room ami Wright were ablaze. Wright was frightfully burned, one leg being partially consumed. Tke damage iiy nre to ine nuuuing wai slight. W right waa 36 years of age and leaves a wife and two children. DIED IN TERRIBLE AGONY. Taken I'ruiM ,i Uttlilrou With Ills Flh mni'i'luir ll If. IUxevi(.Mt. N. Y.. Nov. 1. At West Spaite, yesterday a number of men were engaged in butchering hogs on a farm. They wire making a scald when Charles A. Thompson, losing kit balance, fell headlong into a caldron of boiling water. When taken, out he presented a fearful appearance, the flesh dropping from hi body. He died after several hours of terrible agoay. He was t& wars old. AXTiCiFATHfC A TJUaiDY. Tti Hunker r Wrt( yt'Hwut .rr IMBMtuHt. r. Lous, Mu.,Nov. 1. -Miss Ward Uw, daughter of a family prominent a ik. l4Mtis and IJttle Koch, was re ctify taariled to Ckarles F. Mowry at Link Kotk Her brothers ia that eity Lave just discovered that Mowry it a lilfuuilst, having deaeried ki nrst wife la Isacaster, 1 , about a year ago. Mowry Had whea hit crime was 4is covered, aad tke Wardlaw brothers are sow on bit trail ami a tragedy is es-pecud- &mfa IMMevarr iu xm Juw. Xtw una, Nov. 1 Copper has bee found oa a farm at MiddUdmsb. a few miles from New Bruaswiek. K. J. A liuaatii) of ore was seut to this city for inspection yesterday which ataaj 90 per cent, of coffer. The (waters ia the vicinity ate examining their lauds with the hope of sulking a . SHwm Vmms to ae tstne. Vucatsisi, H. J.. Kov 1. The Americas) lruoe Bottle iumpasy. com posed of capitalists who live in this Mat. Petussylfaalaaiid New Vork. and who have associated with tihtw tacttth mtJt f swalth. will start a glass faeaaey here this taoatlt, rtotiles will he taade - "- Tiaaw e vmm Wmum ttetvseu. fraM fJuttoa. ifaapphsvy Howard and Arrhur Harris formed a iurttte that ocJiilcd the dock at the Ptrat Pmelact Staticm to dav. tiitavrWerU heard that llaxii was a era play is aw! -' that tUi. utkers had twiwra 'm Ji Ihjj ou the street The umVr -'.eKhtd Ui i.i deace toacM' - ' . 'n.' .u' itn. IuJkc did Dot bate any bsitajscy ht Htl.ju, uliu w A I iku defuudaat were at-t.liui.il - l.yvri it tlM 14 i S M - Ik .1 '. . 1. 1. iu i". ' j- ' i lU i i c -i i v- i . lii- ' 1.1 lit . I 't L i- m f ln tut m u inn" jw iv UlH.rt ku thai T -SI l kd bett ili.Ld.d dent,. lUi .jr nuj Ikt !l I Itttllt ! II I. I ' ', .lli U- i L- tl. lull" " '" NflKKfteiRlY AtSAOlTEI. lSaHtfei In tha Tr llrft mie I,n! r n I'rnhaSiln Mnrrter. t hahiottb, N C , Nov. 1 -Captain -t. C. Mill of ttmkc County was mnf dtrotitlt niltetl at a polltlrsl gather ing ftt Dyatirrille. Mr Rnwcll County, a few itays ago. While R f McCall was speaking Captain Mills asked him some ftntsttom which McCall refused to atiasrer. Mills soon after left tfce meet Ing ami walked to the afore of Rdsrafrl Iughrld(re. While there he w at lacked br a man named Yarlioro, e Deputy L'nlteil Sfatis Marshal PaWoe, atrri three others. He was retted tit the srr.und and when ilnarn Palton jumped rin him with a knife and cnt at Ml throat making a ghastly wonmljust be low the ear. Mills Is badly hurt, ami fears ate entertained for his ret overy. mmsiaaas u e .s n i n a CHOSE HIS DEATH TREE A Itlmk Itntilut In tli-nrtlti Swrllll.r rlillnil Mr IIU Orlinr. Aiia!it. 0 . S'ix 1. n Monday morning a 1? tear old daughter of Sanders Unwell, whose home is In Twlgg County, whllo alone at iit home, was assaulted by a negro named Owen .lone. The young lady was m brutally ttcaled that she could hot tell who her assailant was until Wednes day. Jones, who had made no attempt lo escape, then confessed. A privilege wae allowed him, and thai was to select Ihe limb of the tree from which he was to be lis need. His body was left hang ing for twenty four hours. It was then cut dow ti and now lies In a fence cor ner. RESCUED THE SAILORS A PILOT BOAT PICKS UP THE SUR VIVORS OFF BARNEGAT. .X Irrrllilp Nlfilit nt llorrnr lo Tlini- on Hid llnniiidl Mllpn Nmiie or Ilia Colli Meliimner. iJUAitAXTixi:, s. I., ov. 1,1 a. tn.- At 1 1 :!W o'clock last night the pilot boat Charles If. Marshall came lo anchor off Slaplelon a hero. She had licen In the right spot, at tho tight time, and that spot and lime were off Ilamc-gat Light at 6 o'clock yentT day morning, just In time to ssve the lives of six Spanish sailors from the wrecked steamship Vlxcaya and second male, Angus Walker, of the schooner Cornelius Hargraves, who had Hi-itod all eight In ihe ley water, sustained only by planks and other wreckage, and who were almost dead from exposure. The pilot boat alto brought the first newt which establishes the Identity of tke schooner. She is tha Cornelius J lar giavcs, coal laden, and was bound from Philadelphia to Pali Ulver, the iort from which she balls. The Spanish tailors could not talk English, but the crew of the pilot boat has mil ceded la learning tbat they were the quartermaster, three tailors, and two coal passers. All are In their btiakt and suffering dreadfully from cxpoaure. Some may die yet Tke crew of the pilot but kaa done everything tbat compassion dictated, ami their skilled kindness, their stanch whisky and substantial fare bave done all tbat a trained doctor could do. Tke story told by Walker Is fully as terrible at tbat told by the men who bung the livelong night like spectres to tb swaying sbroud. When bU vessel went down, be sakl. be grabbed a heavy plank and bung oa to It for dear life. Sixteen other men were banging to the same plank. One by one they grew faint and numb, retloiiulsbtd their hold nnd drifted away. Some test messages to their families In Massachusetts. When daylight came be was alone on the plank with no help in sight- lie felt tbat be could not bear up much longer and resigned himself to die, but suddenly be heard a shout, which he waa too weak to answer, felt himself racked up, knew tbat he was safe, and tainud away. It was T o clock when the pilot boat ptc Lid him up and the other who had lived through tbat awful night aad who, like kirn, were drifting about ou wnckegeu Captain Allen, the engineer and cook, Walker said, hail takes the boats, pulled away, leaving everybody else o bused- The pilot boat cruised about several ht'urs tooking fur other survivors, and Busily, when all hope was guae. set sail for th -eity. Ngw Vck, Kov 1 Messrs. J. hf. Ctkallo A Co. received dispatch from itarnegal to-day stating that live more of the crew of the sunken steam ship VUeaya had been rescued f rum the Floating wreckage It is thought that still other survivors may hatwheet) cast ashore below lisinegat - -Hera! & Mmon. I'hu n.o, Xov i --The etwveatioa of tiraad Chapter of ifeyel JUc Matoa was c-oechukd yesterday moraiag. The list of cflk-ers for the eatutag year was ccnsptoled by tkoosiag Arctdhald afc CleUsadof ChieagoUraad aVatiael ad T- i- iik-lance of t'enUaila O . d fjkr. laaat tt far tiatat e ' i . ', ou. m. t TUt i i. f Paris aad suite sailed : U iu. it. tnotning oa the 8'i Hi- - d vUttbefute leavuii j- i Mi- i. t To the persoe ' tum tL a hoard tke steamer u bid him bun vy se he espresced bis warmet thaka tft tke kiu.l ittccili u sk u hiux la Auu.ru j. LMIU viUlSSl litlMll- I ,I'l U V1 .lilt l'u- itiil li.l , 11 I . . iMi i 1 .L . iuesuay uu.ut Aft-1 ttin-' Mil! ittiu bt Will l ,U ill UK !, it T.s lv Ull SC'c. Ij I'Llll. Hlut! fc 14 Uwl kl trip (or all iraiiu Ck tfl-ur 1 and Hovew Ur ', i uJ , toJ fur nfteeu 4j trt'ta l,'l 1 jjlt ! -u Jl I Sct lll ilaj If 1 tLt - - I . t at , iu . AT THE RAGES BIG ('RtlWm TO WITNESS SPORT AT BERKtXfi. THK ADAIR WINS THE FIRST WITH WZ In th &mA WttUrt SilbP' Ahud Mit ihl Wirt, mmm rnmrn vt mnm EtcslIRl Wrtllsf tad lit AUtw4iac). Mtijr Itiitt Oat t S liw inmnara Brisk ktting. A good cmwtt wttaceit itie r-tccs at llekntng, ami the continuation ill e meeting km wet with the hearty ap proval of the patrons of the sport who are beginning to appreciate tke tab r,i rise of the best jockey club this city h ever had. The attendance was lararer today than on any previous day tin' number of people teat-ding neatly I.0' The track was In excellent coadltl in and decidedly fast. The betting was also brisk and the liookmakers did an excellent business. Five races were en the rartl fnrileclslmi. and as the Melds were small, with tlu exception of the sreond event, the publli had an excellent opportunity to pick a winner, itome of them did it while others did not That Is one of the beauties of raring, for the "dead sure" thing usually turns out lo ! a "dump" or the worst chararter and give the talent a shock thai It docs not quickly recover from. A jumping race was on the pro gramme to-day, and In coneniuce the attendance ol ladles waa materially In created. Mr. C. O. McCoy handled therlig ia place of Mr. James Howe, who will rv turn here in time to start the races nex' week. Following Is a summary of Ihe day- ADAIR WISNKR IX TICS ritlST. lTrst race, . mile Huidy Doyle. i Sims, 3 and a John M. 10?. Taylor. " and 3 Wlllard, 99, Winston, 90 and Kustln, Wi. Jones, 12 and I . Sir Pivld. 110, llau, ". aud 2 . Adatr. 11 1. Taral to 3. Thi- nier John M. Isrtl at thestirt. with Hr Havid second. At tbe ciusrtvr liiddy Doyle took tbe lead. psto John M. by a length, wllh Wi! laid third. At tbe half Uu pntlHon was the tame. Coming in tin stretch John M. took tbe lead by tw lengths, with Kiddy Doyle second. TV flttltb was exciting, and Adair, wbo In ' btcn newly entered, won by a be i! followtsi by DIddy Iule as second MANTIIIK l. lilt'- K(OMI. Second race one mile -IHantyrt 10T; Hay. 3 and 1. Fannie I! . bU, Jones, 20 and 3, Swift. MS. Taral. I. Waldo J.bnson. P" Siwt.lOaadS, Parthlan.lOJ, Hill, IS t 3; Fleetwlne. 1W. Downing, 80 and :' Loagtbot, 110, Snyder, 23 aad 5; Dv r. 100. Jones. - aad 3: Kaaatvi! e. Ulnban. 20 and 10. Ti .. yiantyre flrat, IongsU i second. Fanny II. third. KLElTWIMi TAKES THE TUIUf 'I Ami rue Fleetwlng flrat, I'l i kilter second, Uellevue third. The following are the entries la t'... remaining events -. Fourth rc, t l-K milea -l!oltti K -W ItM, King llsism, U4; Rusteed. ttfe). M bb-aa, 09; Ur kmont. m: ttever, m. i'lttU race, stecplbase iiaadteap .vn gHaa, l; MchmiwsU, tU. kkbeutmi-i Tatr, KUIam, tU; Elpbio, tto; i.r.v tiown, ! XIUJT!) KASTFJtPlECI. The A !" Stl Agatn. Tkhi 1ium fr T-ie.iwe nssN. Ns. Voui.. Nov. 1. Tbeuw tut mcrulng says Millet's famous piciurv "The Angel us," wbkb was told to tbt Amerkan Art Association of this city oa July 1. ". bat been sold un more. The negotiation have oaly i i-t I tea completed in Paris by Mr i: Austin Iloberttoa. represeatiBg the Art Ateociailoa. but it is not known b tbe tiurchaser to. at tbe negotiant i have been carried oa with agent. TU -pUiuiehaa sold tbt time for IVmn frsacs, as agaiast 333,ouo a year s, umm tii MutKiu He Admit t t-'twseaw. ael Hsu Haoisea u cmmmt utm vwm MuMaMuoBotoH. Kv . Nov. l aaaied Uemtt was arrestet iu tsoutbern Tennessee yesterday t he was brought to this city lw night, at it was belkved he i' the man who, oa Wedsetday last, b Xottia Watts, the wealthy youag t:-u Ihhmsn A fweltmltiary heatta . heard Ufose the city judge, at wk'. h the waa aall ukaowiedged tte eharge aad stated tba' t v hu no ren- n tOL'fvetn juaUn ctii t bu i-nme Gmttls yej '- chfppci '.n. lib Tti r n.).l rbrcil- of Ivtibii ,i Ulti.iti u I Sf tttl Li t t- .IuLu m-r. aiii- Nt iiiiuini wbtL Mtalgucii r ttti tVuit iiii- u iBlnj; up.-i ft.' sssault witli ueat t, ku i ttTfl riuiiui' 1 trge t ar wu iRe It eU' uiat Ui. rei- !ar il.t il ..j'rUu p.u Uaria-'ii -d ia re; 'v fn-ui t Litt I'isittce llio . t. i'i did not WaLi i lsayt: t ILit Ue . ! e no CUM. It Ui Si L- - :.i ILj lawvt't- - a;1 . N i It. at V V IU t' t Wiitti 'I i Ike $'!ii3tut j $1U "I'' Ul. Wis, '.I ,.Ut lull u l Ull C III ' ll.t ' iL I . I I Otl WU,. I III '.. J, V i Ifrtef, D'llWU I I ;,i I I jifr Ciritt ,li,.