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BUDDEN' FRIENDLINESS FOP, PENSION | CLAIMANTS MAY .BOON DE EXPECTED. . y_ /*' .orders; ! . tachedfrom ??, ? . t j .M. Robinson, de an.) ordered to the FLINTS FINE rt RNITURE For Lovers of ihe Beautiful. Beautiful de.lgn. Her* th, originality ?nu* ?*,* of our U**isri. _re sbo-rn our ,urmtuie ? made ,? new ^ artlttlc pattcr.i*. tha: cnn., Jieauttfui watbsassss-s t>p_ , ., '' Tfa* C<,n?trucllaall I* nf Ila be?t; be*t In birth a Dr*a-tir?i . ***p"r?l ?nd _n artic! le wini-, Skilful workmen Insure that, Beautiful Mah. This you .hom* ^ for fmmU. A SSMSSSS ca,, tte. you no Mea of the bstoty of the carving* tmaylna, and oUia-r decoration. .ho*n In our furniture. WS iel! ?t the lowe?t manufacturing price*. "BIY OF THK MA KKK" GEO. C. FLINT CO., 43, 45 and 47 West 23d St., ? E.4K BROADWAY. ONLY UNTIL ELECTION AM* IN DEMOCRAT]'" tntOQRRm I'lsTKl.-Ts. HOWEVER- IN RE QAKP TO FRAIUS, IT MAKES A DIP rmEKci n non ox ii gored. ,BT TKLJSGIUril TO TIIK UlIBL.Vfc J .Vashlngton. ?:pi. 27.?"Just wai: <i week or two and watch carefully and * r.i will Kt 41*. astonishing increase an the number of pension eertlflcates gi in ted for the benefit of applicants in Democratic Congress disir.ets." sall a prominent Republican srho is a careful and Intelligent polltl I Trib? une corral -Ut cont The work hai .1 ?? : . lt la go.ng on bo stealthily thai lt arl"! n n be ..k-.\ to attn i attention under ten daya ui a fortnight. Til policy ol friend Inesi toward applicai ti for penaiom will co longer, ai its rr.-piii-.s win be ? n in a alli ? r. i* - In the number : ; ted. of course, :h.- moth e Foi I - pollc) (Bela nd efilciency tn tne Pension Bur tu ..- transpai I li limply :o re- . move as far .-^ ;. embari . - - men: - under ' h Democrai Congresi labor on : accour.: of inactivity of the I'-i.s. r. Bureau dui ni tl lan ? ihteen momhs. .\n1 :> ? : l ant noi itr :.-..? Incl.ned io quarrel ?* ? the motive, bo loni aa lt em - .?? Ilsa ed i - ?r m- ol tne >*? u a h Bif.l suri-.i ? widowi and orphani ni th .. lead, i tn...ti-- | ? . i brief resplti from thi cruel. If ria: da- lute!) ll.egal, i- Ile) wn goverr.- I th ?: itratlon of :hr Pension I Stn e '..'.ss- :: Seen j.-., ll ike and Commlasl ner L ibren and his worth) factotum, Deputy-Commissioner Haul. A few hundred appll ca.-.t- srlll i ve Justice with] nest als weeks, and that will be i-o much i - I This statement sgei li pilry of Chairman Babcock, of t^e Republican Congressional Commlt? tss, as to his own racsnt experience with ihe Pension Bureau. .Mr. Babcock raplli I '.hst within th- pm i week he had receive; notice -if :he grsntini of pensions to five or six applicants in his dis:rlc:, which was a wholly new and mosi astlsfsctory fx per.ence. -1'u'.'' bl C ? "thei ll in ther as? per: of the case that is far lea - Uafactory, bo tnt as my ssperienet la concern's), ll ha.* been virtually Imposalbli for mt tn obtain fi tn thi Penilon ra;-. . i u:.> information In regard to th. ? atui i of appiicanti who itriet. ln qu.r.es to the number of leveral hundred made by me in their behalf tn nthi ag i r main una I .v. If the appiicanti knee whai la rt tulred to ? ?? theil : uni.- they could obtain the e.:y evidence now, probably much mo."-.- easily than thev could st some ii 'Ime in th. when li might be required of them In cai : | Vi ' Ia- ll- Ing." The Tribune correapondent has heard th-- same complaint frequently within the las: fen months i tatlvei in Congress, Democrata as well as Republicans Respecting 'p nsion frauds, lt -eems to make a k-md deal of dtfferenci under this beneilcent Administration whose oa la i :? Attention sal n ntly called to a cass which, if Maire ;l\ described, illustrates ina fat-l lt appeari ? : ? . ;. lintel of the Methodist Episcopal Church IS liiii. who resided in Tennessee during tbe war, v ,- t.-r* osmer of a number of slav..- who received benefits of ths Emancipation Proclamation. I'nder his advice one of them enlisted in Uv* I'nlon Anny ns a cook. Aftar several yeara he di. I. leav? ing S widow, who was found to be en titi. A t" ? pension, and the former master sdvlsed her to Ale un application. S.n.* did so. and ofter SSVi ral year.* lt was print. 1 and a certificate was issued and sent tn h-r In cara of the former master, lt carried arrearages smountlni to several hundred d'Har.-, of which she received the munificent sum a.f $>, which was sll she ever did .receive. The p nsion, however, w l- i*. -rularly paid. Thc actual pensioner died som time afterwar.l, bul the pension survived, and w.i. r - .arly collected in her ian.ic by the fraudulent beneficiary. Aboui two years aPM the suspicions of an official of the Pension Bureau became arouaa I, and an Investigation waa Instituted, which re? sulted in showing th .t th. ex-slaveholdlng minister. who had in the mean time removed lo Texas, baa lu a n Kuiltv during a bani; series of years not onlj of fra;..! upon the Government but of forgery, ll was arrested, tried ami convicted. The only plea that his counsel could offer in his client's behalf was thsl he was Justified In using any m.-ans In his power to "gel sven'" with the Government which had "unconstitutionally" deprived him of his slave property in 1863. The case waa too plain, however, ona sven a Tessa jury felt obliged to convict tia reverend criminal. The sentence Imposed ?e m rrlsonmeuit for i-i^nf-en months and a fine ot J.Vi or ". A/more flagrant case of fraud wai nei i known, and the penalty Imposed was so llghl as tai nm unt almost to a verdict "f acquittal. The facts brought out on the ti i il were pub? lished in the Tessa newspapers. Ind the editors ?ptt up a howl about "pensions fr.iu is"? Na), indeed On the contrary they remained discreet!) Deni \\ hether or not they did so out of sympathy lor sn ex-slaveholder who waa only trying io "gel even erith the Government which ha.) deprived bim of his h'im.in cha-.ts :- thirty years before ls Immaterial. V. :t lust think how the changes on "pension frauds" w-ul'd have been runs in th- Democratic newspapers if a case only a tlth?* as flagrant had ben discov? ered in the North! It may be as well to add that ?while the Investigation of the cass was bemm under President Harris au's Administration, the prosecu? tion was had under the present one. ARMY AND NAVY ORDERS. Washington. Sept. 27 (Special-.? The follow.nc ?a\aj oralers have been Issued: lieutenant W. W, Kimball has oeen ordered to duty In the Bureau of Naval Intelligence. Assistant Bnglnosr W. 1' Worthington la detached from the Naval Academy, ami ordered to the Vesuvius. Chief Engineer N. T. Nixon detached from the Vesuvius and ordered to the Machias. chief Engineer H. kv Pitch li ordered to appear before s retiring board. <'hief Engineer B. C. Cowing, of the United Btatei gunboat Machias. has Laen sent to the hos? pital at Brooklyn upon ;he recommendation of a m*--iical boara'., that he .- ; ii itate'i for service, ar. i In order that DO 'ia lay nn^-tit result in the ,;. ja..rture of that veasel for China. Secretary Herbert has approved the desiri: adopted by the Board of Construction io- in thr.-e torpedo-boats authorised bj ths present Con fress. Theas bosta will closely resemble thi Iricsson, with slightly Increased .-iz> and t.a.wa-: The Secretary or.j.-r.-1 the detailed plans prepared, and dlre.teal the Juaiire Advocate-uenernl to pre i-are the specifications preliminary to sollcitln-; bl ls. <'hlef En cinder B. C. G-.wing. detached from the Machlas, a: N?-w-York, and ordered to nv ine.it. Assistant Hurs---on C. I). W. Brownell, de? tached from the Vermont and ordered to th.- nava proving sta:.on neir Washington, as the relief of Asalstani 8 ii ii >n L, H. Stol leu -. i and m-i-r to the Vermont. The f ....jwlng Ofllcera :iav.- bel detached from InstrucUon at the Naval War Co. '.? ^'-. Newport, and pieced on wailing orders: Com n l.ders w. M. Dyer, Charlea J. Train and <; M f; lc, Lieut nanta David Peacock a.-vl a. P Cn borne. Comm.nier W. c. Ui- ia ordered lo t: f.edo Instruction at the Navy Curl Factory. Wa-.'. ngton. The following special Army orders have bi ? -.--: d: t'ap'.aiii Edward a. Godwin, 8th Cavairj is r.-ilevel from duty as a me.-ntM-r ol '.he r,...ir I ofllcera convened al Firt L'-avrnworih for th-.- ex ain'.n.ition of ofllcers io determine theil fitness fo promotion, nrst Lieutenant George W. Goode, li 4'ava.rv. Ls detal'l 1 BS recorder Of the b'.sr First Lieutenant Charles \V. Farber. Cavalry, relieved. A board of officers ls appoint .. et at San Francisco far ih" examination i-. .-. office) r' the ''.rp* a,f Englne-en as mn) I '?? red before ll io determine their fltnesa ; i<r :n .:ion. i'. tail for the board, Co.onei Georg. H Mendel!, Corps of Engineers: Lieutenant-Co William li. H. Benyaura, .'rps of Engineers; Lieu tenant-Co.on---; Char 'sf. Greenieaf, Denuty-Siirgeon General; Major WLIlam H. Heuer, Corpa i ( E glneers, and Captain Wa.ia.-n L. Kaeed.-r. aaslstan Burgeon Plrai Lieutenant Graham li. Fucn, Cori of Engineer.*, will report to the boord for exam.na tlon. Major Valery Havard, surgeon, is detailed bi a member of tha- board of ? (Beers appointed :.> mee lr the room-, of t.i'- Board ol Engln.?, Arm Bul line, New-York City, rles Coions! ''har'.es T A.exanler, assistant-surgeon-genera:, relieved Tl following named '.ntc-rs of iii''- <'<rp.s uf Engine wi., rs port to Coronal Henry L Abl t, d rpi of Ei y s? i-. prei lent of the Examinlm Boara, at th Army Bul Ung; New-Yoik. for examination '.'? pron-M.:. :. Captain Chariea F. Rowe::, John G. I Knight, Richard L. H isle and William L Marsh-. Fir?* Lieutenants Lar.s.m; li. Bes ?'. .nina and William ?'. Langfltt, s- nd M A, F. P'.ag'.er, Chester Hirding. winiam y ll.-, ird Robert McGregor. Leave of al for four months with perm *aion t i io beyot I --e. I* granted F.rst Lieutenant William C. Hnwn. 1st Cavalry. Leave fat- n:.r- month, to uk.- effi J_tir.R r<-:,\rA f-wm .lutv on the recruiting service, i__?ranted r.rn- i.;. itenant William N. Hughes, er-? l?f?nlr*' "riinary leave for 'n<- month, in t'ftisPs* n ?' th** l'-ave of absence on sur-r-on's cer c*^.,?L''~<'' -.,???'?? 11.'"I I'"--?: r'e.*, r*1'1'': ''* '? '?'? ? I'nit' I Staten Army. .k CT J .J Hunker, .letaehed from luty if v". ? 7.^al _*__* College, Newport, and placet on BROADWAY, ?"OH. lill WI) ST. ?il WriST 2MX ST.. AILI. r.'I'll '.VF!. HOTEL. cruiser New-Tork; Psssed Assistant Paj master m. C McDonald, ordered lo exsminatlon f<ir promo? tion. Assistant Engineers Albert Moritz ana Emile Th- Isa ordered to exsminatlon f"r promotion; Com inii ler F, li Stockton, detached from instruction at the War Coll ie and placed on waltina ordera; Lleutennnt-Cotrnnnd rP ll Delano i ned frcm ordnance Instructs n -it th- VVsshington gun fai tory and ordered to the receiving-ship wabash; Lieuten? ant-Commander .1 J. Hunker, detached from the Wai.m:i .?:.< placed n walting "nb is, Lieutenant William Kl!bourne, detached from the War College and placed oai walting orders; Lleutenanl W. ft. Hush, detached from the War College and ordered to the Naval Tra' ng fi , > Th" followtn| transf'i"- m the 2d Cavalry are ordered: I-irst Lleutenanl Curtis )< Koppin, fr.mi Troop c to Troop L; F.rst Lleutenanl Thomas .1 Lewis, rr"iti Tr lop 1. to T oop C, .Si"-'iai order re to Captain Mil hell P. Jamar. Hth Int'..!'.:ry. li imen.led to direct him to pro vi to Vancouver Barracks, Washington, In conni.ami of Company li, utn Infantry. I'pon the certificate of the Examining ii ard, Bec* retary Herbert has forwarded to Cia president recommen lation thal Command, r Wll..am A. Mo -.am a--l Chief Engineer Henry W. Pitch i" pla ? I on th. retire i hat mi a.?? oaat of disabilities con tra ? 1 in the line of d'lty. The thirl vessel of th.- Hearing S- i fleet io re turn from patrol in:;. th ? Alert, rea. he I Ban Fran? cisco to-day The cru:.?'-rs Mi: l< an an i Ranger, th-* revenue 'Utters Rush. Corwln and Hear, and th-* Flab Commission vessel Albatross are still out. The revenue cutters will remain In Behring Sea until 11 tober i. the other resseli b Ing now st Bilks on their way south. The training ship Kss-x arrived at Punrhal, Mi ii'ira. this morning. Commander Kingsley reports that she will sal; for New-York soon. AMNESTY EOR POLYGAMISTS. PARDON GRANTED TO THEM RV THE PRESIDENT. PERSON'S CON vu-TED OF PLURAL MARRIAGE UNDER MORMON TEACHING! SET PREE BT mi: CLEVELAND'S VT.' iCLAMATH IN Washington, s>pt. lt -Through the Department if Stab to lay President Cleveland Issued s proc? lamation "f amnesty and pardon ?> all persona .p h ive been convicted ol polygamj i I i i 'i'? la <? i.niKs of the Mormon .'hai'!:. The pt ic'ama u follows; Hy the President of the l'n!ted States of America. A Proclaim Whtf.-eas, c r.gress by a i tat ut. approved March 22, I&&2, and bj itatutei In furl imend? ment thei if, defined the irtmei I . .sny. polyg? amy and unlawful cohabitation In ihe Terni .ii. i othei pla. ? a thin tl exclush e Ucl on of the L'nil I Btatei and prescribed .1 penalty for BUCh ? r.in- ?; ,uia Whereas, On air about tic Sth da) if Octol UM the Church of the Latter Da Saints, com m nly kn..wu .is- the Mormon Church, through .ts nt. Issued a manifesto pi >cla mini the pur ?: said Church no longer lo san;: in the prac? tice of i lygamo i man-lag - and railing ipot ill members and a renti of sal I Church to >? ej the lawi of the i's..;. I States In reference toss I Bub je -t matter; an i Whereas, On iha- Ith day of January, UM, Benje mln Harrison, then PreBlaeni of the Unit d Si iii declare .sui irani lon snd amnesty er lin oft n lera under condli "ii i f future ob. - llei -t. their requirements, ai li fully iel forth In sail proclamatl 'ii of unin -tv and pur ion. and When .ia. Upon the evld ici now furn ed me 1 arr. aatlafl. I thal the mem ben and aih-r. n said Chu a generally abatain ti tm plural mar? riage! and poTygamoui cohabitation and are noa l.v.uk In <i!" Hence to tba- laws, ss: he I me has now arrived when lh< lni reati ol public Jus ... l morality will be j moted by the iran of amnesty snd pardon to ail - ; h :: nders ai hai compile l with th. I i proclamation, Including such ol said offender! as have been con vl ite l und. - the pr*, I - ii I a t-. Sow, therefore, l. drover CU ?, ..si. i. President of tli- t'nlt. : States, by virtue ol , n mi vest ? i. ? hereby declare and grant a full am purdon ti all persona who have, ..a violation "a' tan .His. committed rach of tl.(fences ol i ilygamy, b sam). .i i iltet y ot inls ?*? I itlon undei the color of polygamoui or plural marriage, or who, bavlni been ted oi vlolatloni of ia I acts, .ir.' now Buffering deprivation of civil r.K itt ? . ;.:,t.(i .iii ;..'rsons \\v... hav. not . . the conditions noted In aald executive proclamation "f .I.!-... irv i. lt I In witness where-af i hav hereunto Bel my ban I and caused the seal of th.- United States ta be allix.- 1. Done at the city of Washington on th" .Tth 'lay of Beptember. In the year of "s:r Lord, a,ns- thousai I ight bundr. i and nlnet) :?? ir. anl of the Indepen . n ?? of the Unlti . Bl il - the -me hundn ! and ? nth. DROVER CLEVELAND liv the Presl lent. w. u. GRESHAM, Becretary of Stat". \' MONET TO Tin: ai.''OH'ii. ENFORCE i'la rsi; Washington. Sept. 21.?Th" Treas ;ry officials, after ^ thorough!] - be ali 'iso: parai if the r.ew Tariff bl!L han about t iched th- c-n ?i that tbey hine n" meant at band la enforce ? ..a l that, therefore, the ri ? rema - itlve unt:: <' ngn i, at Its next i provldei the aporoprta . ?? ? lary to carn ''? ..cv Into effect ar rep , ? poi i -,-t.iph has caused ? ent a va I ?? i ount of e, and th- eorreapondenci crowing out a.f the bas been enorn ii KU I ls. ? . live bin.ch nf the Oovernment bas so with what may hiv- b en the Intent ot Congress, ; !?, however, ki.'.v. n that tin- Intent 'af the . .ators an>i of Mr. Hoar, wi i Introduced th. amend :?.-!.-, was i" grant the rebate provided I r bi tia !"?? of alcohol used only In th<- arts aral sm No one at the time supposed that patent medlclnei and proprietary articles < ..l b Included under this heed, Bo f.-ra'at would be the drain '.j. .n tbe revenua ,.' this las- of goodi were permitted lo ::.i* iii" ebate ihat the Treasury "ttici s assert they ..r lustifled In taking refuge behind tha ruling thu? c.i ia- The lawi could onl) be enforced by tbe 'xpendlture of i largi amount of money, which li n ?; now available. MR. CUCVELAND Tu BE ARBITRATOR Washington, Sept. tt. Conaul-Oeneral Bleeper at '.iiiliiini-i.il has Informed ti." Bl te Departmenl thnt the Caiiomiaiaiii an l Hui,.m ibvernnients lino _-n'd a treaty aubmlttlni the claim im reparation ndemnlty In the caa. of Cerrutt, sm Italian, to he President "i the United Btatea. Cerrutl was mprisoned In Colombia on a charge .'.baa ti... Italian Oovernment alleges to be baseless and un warranted. HEAVY INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS. Washington. Sept. 2~. Commlasloner Miller has ircpared a Btatemenl showing In detail the OOllec ions of internal revenue taxes fur ttl.- laat two r.a.nths. The aggregate la |61,tM,t78, against IV,, '...'?"t far th.- corresponding period of IMS, -.s fol owe: spirits. 1311,706,000, an increase ol *:?.;.M., OOO; i, -..iui "?', an Increase of Vol 150; fermented Iquors, 18,07.000, i decreaae .ai 1310,877, and miscel? laneous, $31,98"*, di. Increase ol I16.MZ nf tte 138. ? .:,.'.ii collected for -'pints *36,?3.fi00 was on whiskey showing thal in two months ataout *o,ooo,udo (allom of whiskey were taken oul a.f bond in ..il? ia "l the Increaaed tax. .hn "c Cleveland, Sept. <</ r <r iror rn a or. IT.?"The Iron Trade Review" to-day s.iys: "With the ral!ro,.ds sii.l holding thi key to the immediate future of tie iron trade, lhere li no reason tai expect any abrupt variation In n.ir kal ustory week after week. All lbs! f.m be aald is to the buying by rai.roads la that tha lota Increasing, and thal car ahops an i rai: mil i ar. feeling the first indications of an Improvement thal fran mention mlghl exaggerate, with . r. y ; tons of rall delivered to rslli idi an tha Hrs: ei^h: in .. hi ol thia year, when nui" renews! demand) ii thal time would ordinarily anio mt to m.ire thin. . i .un., ii ?.. -? th i ihi t" li much I The last weeh has brought only a moderate ,'o:ume of buslnesi fur most clsflsea of mali I'lg-lron buyers ar" a?k!i.4,' concessions on tha few a.'.s that ara- bought, BOd lb< feeling is ii : ii firm on any grade. Southern snd Beaters pro lucers v. is i uer* ssklng an advance s.x weeki ?.iii wbo :..:-r held close to quotations, hnve BhsBed . i ? seek ir.am pi iii .'.', a a nu. A i iii om of Southern gray forge at 1925. Chicago, ndicstss thai the Heil then is nol being abandoned, iui for the m..st 'ur: Northern fi mate men er lilli mak.',^' pr,. cs ta.it uk. thi b .Mi BB, The di P n Bessemer pix is .somewhat mer- pronounced, bul he amount involved m Pittsburg tranaactloni ll lomparatlvaly kinaii. buyers preferring to follow the na.rkc-1. Bridge work involving consldersb.e tonnage ?onilnic up in Chicago, as well as in the Bast, snd or the .utter there is sharp competition between ?l.is'em anal Pittsburg mi.'..'a. Siipyard- on thi )e:aware ai ? .-xpa-.-n 1 to p.ac goody ordera within ir.other week. ,-?. RAIDS HT (A ITA IV OORTRIOST. 4'aptaln rortright and eighteen pollCSSBSn in plain dothing from the Kldridge-st. i-ollce station de icended upon a number of alleged hotela on the -.last Side last night armed with warrants Iasued by lustice Koch. The warrants charged the ptoprle ors of these places with keeping disorderly housed n all acme fifty prisoners were captured and locked ip in ths Lldrldge-it. police station. POLITICS OF THE NATION ERW-BSDFOSD STRIKRRS uri cut' in BOSE. New-Bedford, Mass., Bspt. tl. Indtcationi petal I i i general Btnrtlng up In tha city milli soon, as s msn vs.a-11 authorised i" ipesk Mid t.>-.11 > that sll ta- milli in tha city would be In operation within the nest les daj * .\i a sp-.-mi general meeting of lbs wessel ol New-Bedford si Ihe Athletic Clubrooms thli after n "in tb. committee which walu i on Tn i- trei Pierce, of the Pierce mill, reported thai tha- termi offered were honorable, being to Ihe effect thu if thc weavers In thsl min would return i" a >rk ,i ibe "il wagei ihej would bc supplied \*itn ibe pata. t>-ni number, slasher number, numbet of eui and number of endi Afar :li?- committee bsd r<*p"rte1 i rots was t:.k.n. Bsd lt was unanimously ia's..!',.-,i ' . go back to w.irk iii Ihe tarmsa stated. Tn millee was Instructed i of the f'lerea- Ililli .af Ih ?OI11 Inforra tie- rn in igement ti.ni .if lbs r.mik' / n itt-rn i: rr. ni ur RILLED iv iowa. Mason <'lty. low.p Bepl 21 -A correct i'-t a,f the NsMsntl "f this Btatfl wh.> perished In the terr.be cyclone of las: Frilay n.ght Iii* b"*n secur-.l. In Kossuth County there were ls, in ll hm ask County, 22; .Jerro ClOrda, 4; Worth, 3, Mitchel", fi. making a total of 63. Ail of the Injured In ibu county will re? cover. NEBRASKA DEMOCRATS SPLIT IN twain. j TWO .-'TATK. TICKETS NOMINATED- THK RBQULAR CONVENTION INDORSE! POPULISTS j Omaha, Neb, .Sfpt. 17.?The Btate Democratic Con ? ver.tion. after 8 turbulent .-'ssion. spilt at mid , night. When Judge Hoi omb, th- Populist candi . date, w,.s named for Governor the Administration : men hoitei. Th" bolters numbered ll I, and they at , once organised I separate convention and began j tbe work of selecting a straight Democratic ticket. The following nominations were made by the i regular convention: For Oovernor, Bliss A. Hol I comb, the Populist candidate, waa nominated by a ' large majority on the first ballot; Lleutenant-Qov ' ernor, .1 N. (laffin; Beer, tary of Btate, P. J. Elllek; Treasurer, 0 A. Llnkhart; Auditor, J. C. Dahl I man; Attorney-General, D. B. Carey; Superin? tendent of Public [natructlon, W. A. Jones; Com? missioner of Public Lanais and Buildings, s J. Kent. Wltl thi i teeption of Elllek, l.inkhart and Dahlman the nominees uta' tha- sine- a- thus.- pul up b> the i' ?; ullsts. The Slat,- ticket nominated by the bolters w..s si.. follows: For 0 ivi tr.or, P. D. Bl Usu ? Governor, R. E. Dunphy; Bi ol State, 1- T. i: nf. Au nor. Otto Bauman; Treaaurer, Luke Dridenthal; Attorney-General, .lohn ll. Ames; Com : .. ilonei ol Public L-m ls and Buildings, Jacob Bilger; Superintendent a,;' Public Instruction, M.lt,an 1' little. r.iatb conventions declared fa.r free silver anal naair.it..Ita a] 1 '. e [ , f,- S- , ? Jl t ll t I \ a I i'.l'Jllll fOT I " Tl 1 ? , ? 1 StU.S Senator NEWARK WAHI) LINKS Tn .-TANI). THK DEMOCRATIC ItiN'U OP THAT i ITT RECEIVE! A IEVERE BLOW FBDM 1U8TICB DIXON Trenton, N. J., Bept -'? (Special).- The Democratic ring of Newark rec Ived another blow to-day at the hands of the pupreme Court, ihn ii J isl ? Dixon, who decided thal the Republl an Commission i the '.\ ir i lines of Nen irk ha I fi i -. ..iai legally. The Justice med "niy a brief memorandum, saylni thsl "tbs- procei lingi brought up for review .ir- ega! ind ihould be ed." Tue case enuc before tha Court nn the of th- I'' :n ? rata for .' a rll of cer? tiorari to ' I rh Of t1..ma nu l bj Ma] or las ? ? ? i r ai ?? the i.st [legislature to revii ::.?? ward linea "i Newark. tutloi ali!) ol tbs act which the Democrata attacked, Tin eff- cl ?I . be to h ive I - n. ?*? .nu .... vided fo by thi ion. which i omp ete.l Iti work i VU teen wards, Instead ol tl i numl created Ju itlce ll-' I raid that l i es nol d? tern ne I rsey City ca tua. the I ?i rn ? cratii in thi ' om the i'ou M .ndsy to take I to ? ?? the Aid m. na . -?: sa-- in tha I wai n >t done in an equi ... the lan m. ler '.\ ? len the coi i ural , nted Jus'.ii I >ix< n flied i . hli rn noi ai '. tm, io I ? i some lime, ai !.? la n >w bui ? his ere,i;: work. BENATOR MANDERSON TALKS HU VIEWS ON THE POLITli'AL SITl'ATION OEN CHALLY CONFIDEN I OP \ I' Tl ? I: V IN THIS BTATE l'nlted states Senator .'biri.-- F Manderaon, of Nebraska, reached the .-in yesterdaj from Wash? ington. He i> chairman of ti.. Executive Commit. tee nt tb.- Republican Congressional Committee, and hi- ' immlttee dectdi I two i ti wi ek. a.iie iii North Carolina and ona In Booth Cai than .got the decision In the North ''ar..ima contest, and Trayi...r in the other. B th thi ? Dicta, Benator Mandel on said, would return Re i . can Representatives. "In ill tu- ibabtllty the Repul 111 < airy tha next Houae." mid be, "How does the situation In ib;s bi "I do not ase how the Republican! tan i oe Hill's ambition to be Prei i lent li Uki I) lo be hi - politic .1 ruin. Hi" coup st thi toga Convention .mm mads with an eye t" the future Ile haa staked all "is ll.a-: "f a Bingle die if be accepts tbe nomi ? ? . and ? ms, the nexl Dem rat I'? e Ida ti k< ? v. ll I ?? Hill itn-l Btei ? a.-un If he los. 1 think he will, tbe Democrat lc Natl na tlon will smile al hla rlalm lo lb. li this ce ?. i ira ure he bus mistaken ll if pul "M ?l! over the North ai li t Di rac) If the peo] I him, it sir.. ? ? : wairk thal ha been expel !? '. bj t's ? ? p. h i pp ant good govert New-Tork and Kings ? o intles rn ul I In sum lt. keep the "ll machine solid snd although he mn) talk about [>ol lt lea I purity, ne wilt tooti oul t..i the 'I...p.s." aa hi? bas In th. i uni i tali . Ihe atl ? ? means a new li s.i III Tai ? .:.-. h .ii I don't betley. H.-natni ll: weighed ti..- full slgnll i ? of ihe i.nt vote In V.i n...nt an i Mali e. The 1 r ?. mu. ti lancer, I the i ? ' te t . ? lt Indicated a iretnei ?...-. flour bon i ? ?. : . lefeat I L. h.... rall party In this Stat, tl J nil ?? Gayii. i de lin. - ? t not and If he |< li Demucratli ticket will !??? very mu a i ? aa-d 1 look foi a tri mi ham ? ? tlon ul Mi Mort u "Whal ? ? t Nebi . polltl i'" "Tb- Administration Demo ml have bolted the Free Sliper invent ha Btate tl ket of th pill will greatly I ii. th. lt. ? ? tint Btate H ' tb"', i ' ?. I '? nc" rata In Ne ? ? ? tb- i'l. ? HU" ? i I ? v-.ill vole Ihe atrnlKht lt.pubil un ll Set." ? ? MORE FREE-COINAGE DEMOCRATS N'"rth Vak.ma. Wash., S.-pt tl The 1 ?? mo -raf Slut- ?'' nventlon a IJourne I - ne i. ti, , .- sfti r nominating th. t\>ngraesmen li. F. Houston ..t.i Henry Drum, a .1 h '?: 'I aooma Bupremi Court Judges .1 I. .-'ian pst. in. of Wal., '?.I .la ii." Allen, of ' il) mpm Th'- platform :ri'l-ar?.-s tb . p r- rm of IBU, IndOraei Cleveland, snd demand! free ci i ..: with a ratio aaf ll t,i l. TO RETIRE A DUMMY CANDIDATE Minneapolis, Minn., Bept 17. Th.- st..rv wm ? culated to-day thal thc Populists had been assured by some Democrats that General lt---k-r. candidate bar Governor, ??. i'd be "pulled" off the ilcket s week ??- ten dayi previous I the election Cl . Becket has ? port of .i few ".' the ol 1 line Democrats, but an thei element .- said (?? lie only ealtli I iana-e publicly to d. him. Bhoul ; <;? neral i: ck. i n -ii' . ihe Dem mil fuse on s. m Owen, the Populist nomln<ee . ?? ? NOMINATED BT CAMDEN REPUBLICANS. Camden, N. J., Bept. '-"T The Camden County Re publlcan Assembly Convention mei thia sfternoon .ii Man bunn m.- an.i nominated Clayton Btaiford, l^.uis T. Derousi snd willum Barnard for Ihe lower' bran.-I, ..f tba Laeglslature Stafford li ? member 'af tha pn enl Legislature. Derousi was formerly ''.:> Controller of Camden Barnard ls .. leading Republican of Gloucester City, when hs hus bi ld bi '.ar.il municipal offices m ?? ARKANSAS VOTES FOR PROHIBITION. Little Rock, Ark , s.pt. t, (Special). The complete returns on tbe il'inur license quest! in In the rerani Btate elections have been certified to the Becretari ? i Btate. The vote standi m followa: For license, i7,i>:j. againai license, 19,536; a majority againat the continuation "f the liquor tr.ifiic of I.MB. Itt err WABBA IS CABKEGIB Mil.I.s. Pittsburg, Bept. 17, The Carnegie Steel Company, Limited, taa-ai.iy gave notice to Ita 5,000 workmen em ployed at the Edgar Thomson Steel Worka and .'..rna. s-s al Brad loch ol a a), -\r.. i, terminate it.s ?liding way- BCSll.iitr.i. ? with them A new s.ale Im pr.;.I. which, lt ls aald. will make redUC Hons s,n all classes "f work except common laborers Ths posted notices cant.itu in.- Information tb.t the company will be randy t" present tie- n< >v scala for the consideration of tue men bj November 16. lt l*< t) go Into effect on .lunn.irv l, IMI, The reasons given f"r ihe proposed wsge reduction ls that the company cannot continue t" pay tbe present rata- a.f wages, owing to the depression brought about by -.? tint*" uncertainty. Tne notlcei wert a dlssgree able surprise lo tha w"rkm<?n. I'l >( ll HOW I. Meriden Britannia Co., Madison Sq., 208 5iti-Ave,. RAVE MIW 44N DISPXAT AT THEIR NEW STORE A REPRESENTATIVE l,l\K of FINE SILVEft PLATE. The same care and attention is given to the design and finish ot" these pieces as to tht' most expen? sive Sterling Silver Article's. R A1L R 0 A I) IN TE RES TS. ES THE oi.roTT PLAN A FAILURE? views OP "TIIK LONDON TIMES" SI TO READ 'NO'S I'.i: HtOAKIZATION l.i-ini'.n. Bept 17. "I'h.* Times" to-day says that the O'.cott plan f"i reorganising th.* Reading Rail? road Compan* is almost sure to result lu failure. . ii ipoaa i fut ling of the coupons In five yean ! Tlnva" aagerts, meet with violent oppo ? na sii concerns which were orlRlnall) us-, dated when tbs Issue of bonds in in t n u , put on ti.-- market. sill" AOA1N8T RECAOCTTRANT ROADS Cincinnati, Sept. TI. \n Isaportanl suit was Ried in the i i.r- I Btatei Circuit Court yesterday. Ths Clm r.i..iii Pralghl Bureau "f til" Chamber ?>'. Com of cincinnati leveral monthi ag.tnplalned ni freight ra tei made by ravers] i"..ls ii i" merchant a, 'and the offi clala of theae roo ire th.* [fi? le ( miner.-a- < ommlssionera, wha nnf hera and gave ilia railroads i hi iring. They also estab frelght tariff! "'.?? tl itei i imp.atned "f ?lll'l "IM- I' 1 til- 7 ll 1" 'll 1 ? I" til--lal' |i -? ??!:.- is.ai ii.? Lal- have Ignored th" Intet -'? unierci Comml rion and have ii\>-l ratea i" lull them el ? \ ?'? i ls' 'he s .triTTii?? :-'ri appeal ? ".ii .'. i i impla ned I I ulavllle an I \ i ih is:: otha r r ids have \ lol ite i the Inti I iel. Ni m i.iii.-i ;.a haa h ? a iel for the hearing, lt li alao onlered lhat tha- proceaadlnga -hall I.n va"..; h. a aummar) mani ?h.- formal proceeding! applicable t" ordering luita ? ? riity. MEETING OF VANDERBILT PRESIDENTS. 'rt.. regular monthly meeting "t the prealdenti af ti.- Vanderbilt railroad! waa held yeaterday, tha.-.* m ellenden ?? '"i's; ''.in',ai- \ in.lerbllt, chairman '. n'i -ii Dlrectora, and Chauncey M, Depew, president I thi Nea Vork Central; ll. H. Ledyard, nt of t's- Michigan Central; M. I-'. Infills, nt ol tha- Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and Kl Louis; la \\ Caldwell, president f the New Vork, i'h " mi St. Louis; .i l>. i_iv.ii,;, vice i r. .-I I. nt aaf th. Weat Hhon . and \\ il ; !? a und Alt' Hiv. The Ila ? I . Newell, nt "i ihe l.iks- shun- Thi questtona dla ?i mee of tr ul!. ..ii the -?. Sta -S '. | M ' Ot 1 I t Ol !""'t 'af lOCM ' 1 .i.sv:rs<. 'I'-. ri ia i- been ta. duel? lo the successor ol Mr Newell lu tia- pre s li m * "t ihe t-oke Kbora. STATEMENT OF BT. PAUL BARKINGS. Ch '???' Bepl tl 'i'.'." ''ti. .iK". Milwaukee nn.l Bi Peal iii wa) Compan) led a -tnt' menl ??! mts, ss,, and ?>.;?? -??- for !!.?? m..nth nf \ . . ?. \ t sro ? .::. ngi ' B,i:.::."77 7:. ? . ? * pern i of fl M *? M, ,? sm ng nei rant Bl Of I ? a aa il. 1 a.il ? 1 tia th li ? The at itemenl ih >? - ex| ft for Auguat, ISSI, wi ? ? - ? i Auguit, ito a -? !-? a for J and A I in line I ibowi ty total i apenaa ? ol ? -. ng net . a: n.ays , ' j; ...' 092 :.,'. ?? 1 than I learn aga r ir ti. esp ? two monthi li ? ? ? RECEIVERS WISH TO ISSUE CERTIFICATES Milwaukee, Wis., Sept tl The receivers of lbs Northern 1'aclllc Rall wa) Compan) have applied i . .. Jenklni f'i permiaaton tn laaue ll. lo lal ... \t M.an lay in ting to ?..i ft,N8 .ii. i in i i> prefer ? Itt Ml. Mit I l: MA TS ABD. AND IH'MI MIU'i: TIIE MAN WHO rOMCEIVEIi AND nm i RIME Editor of The Tribune. sit The Republli ut party is greatly Indebti i to tba Democratic Convention for its wurk nf yester la) We owe ? greal debi to Mr. David lt. Hill, .mi fr ihe tirst time In yeara wa hava the oppoi tunlt) to pal ll Mr Hill pei-sonlPes all that is iii in I ?? a, ? t i j. while lacking even the Inter? mittent oi i ?? ? which constitutes Mi Cl raland'i redeeming tr.rn igi ii Issi bas happened within a i.?? yean tn thia Stats for which Mr. Hill w.is Ible, .in i nos at last na hara iiim In tba open ti--;-i f"r .-i .reckoning. If the voters "f thia S' it-- reallj approvi and ir. ;..r-*.- honesty, peraonal and political, H"W la tl..- tim.- r..r them lo ihoo lt ?. repudiating al the polli the man who, mora than all ol fssti ned upon the Blate sn l .tl aupporti a claaa of offlee holden nf whom i I* honeat, and many .ire personal I) dlsboneat Am m.; the Btmosl Innumerable things to s.i\ ol Mi mil and hi- party In ihe campaign of th - Iel ia.i ihe Maynard Issue be forgotten, it ?,i th,u which carried down In ignominy the Demo? cratic ticket la ' .".h. nd th. 1.pie sh..aid lae made t" tte- ant reel thai it is even mora ?>( an ? yeal Eor it waa Mr, Hill who planned .ml directed thc theft "f tl Senate, wherein May? nard wai bul Ha in-ii uni'ni. lt wai Hill who H.-tat. I i" .;.mu...i I'l..'... i the moat .dlent, nay, obsequious, puppet who evet eat lu the llov Miuu's ? hair "t in.- Empire Btate thc appointment of Maynard tn the Court of Appeala. lt sv.is Hill iM'ii. a ii . dl'-tated Maynard's reappointment after iii m. i.i- alli) bad been exposed. Ii waa Mill wi,.. .I,-Mie.i .i'll compelled Maynard'a nomlna i. n thal uicldal acl which challenged the roten .I thli si ii.- I,, aa) that th- leader "f th- New N ..I k 1 s.-iii's.-i .ny should U"t ['Ul a thief U|mU tile lusa h "f Hs hlgheSl '?>uri .I he W'lllld, and put lum iu. n u- a direct reward foi tia theft li was lim who, with i.i* brasen courage, a courage born ? f h.s deliberate, lifelong purpose tai rely upon the ind anal I., def" th. food elements of society, st.1 ip* before .. Brooklyn audience and bitterly de noui I thone trho had taken the lead lu denoune ng this theft and its Instrument .And it was li.n ulm defeateil the conflrmatlon of Mr. Hornblower aa a-illl-.- |||a' Llll'T ll.l'i | 'T< ? (-1 I a'. I InUI-St) .lill llghl io pat ty f. illy. Theae are .. few counts In the indictment against the head of the Democratic ticket non in tbs field. li ls for th- i" ..|.ia 1 1 render th. verdict, on which, fortunately, seniet. ls pronounced without hope >f appeal .Lei it nol bi said lhat the) failed in heir duty. After convicting Maynard, th.' man, t nut mn. the master, escape Aftet spurning lha load, |a-t ti,, in n,it honor him who used lt .ill. 'lull: A BTRONQ. Na a A uk. Bi pt tl, \Sti TELRORAPniC ROTES. Buffalo, Bepl tt.?The 1 ina! boatmen hive de ermined to fight the elevator association, and tu hal .-n.l will im m an Independent association snd ? i" 1.its- tv\? 1 li.a.ititiK elevators on ihelr own so ?inuit. Forty-five thousand dollars baa slrssdy 's-s-n subscribed. Muskogee I T. Bepl tl- "Tani" Smith, a negro leapera-lo, -h.it and killed three colored l'nlted Itata depul) mai hals and serious!) wounded two vl.lt- officer! While th-y were itiemiattiiK to arrest Hm ai th- Muskogee International Pair this un.ru? ns'. The deputy-marrhals have organised a j."sie md ai" ia bot poraull of the murderer, smith ised < revolver, end only tired four times Newport, li. I . Bept tl. An evening pops? says 1 letter has been received from Mr < ?> ' vin, fnmi Parla, -is.tin* that ashs- will arrive home '\ Satur i m. acirompanted I'* her -.a,.... 1. Mrs Edward Porker Deacon, of Boston, and win ?amie directly lil Newport .iud oecup) her villa In 3eltevue-a**n thlbugbout th- winter. W OOFEEXO* 111:111.i's HAM'S. Trenton, S. .1, iept. -"? The pra posed smendmenti 0 thi Nsw-Jersej Const! stlon adopted by the com nlaSoion sppolnted to ravlss th- juia-u: system of h.- Stati wera pul In lbs ....-.---1.11 pf <? vernor Beete to-day bj President urey, rhe Oovernor will aol i *h.- smendmeni ti until ihs session uf thi .egtelatura. SEW COMPARTMENT CABS ON THE PENN? SYLVANIA LIMITED. ____ The c-impariment cars Jus: Introduced OS the Penn iy Iva ni a, I.'.mliei are iii.*'I..k w.'h (treat favor. iVy afford almoat aa much seclusion ai a private TIIE STORM TAKES ITS TIME MOVING SLOWLY NORTHWARD AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE UP THIS WAY HOLDS IT BACK. I'KSTROTING THE CROPS AND KICKIN'' T'P A HEAVY SEA AS IT LBUUMUal MOVES IT THE OAST-RtMORS OF GREAT DAMAGE AT ST. A t"G I "STINE-LOOK Ot'T POR it in Tins mnOH RORHOon TO-DAT. Fort Monroe. Va., Sept. 27?The storm la ex? tremely severe here. It has carried away a part .af the breakwater an'l walk In front of the Hygels Hotel, and a larg" amount of planking frum the main wharf. Charleston. 8. C., Sept. 21.?In th" middle and coaat regions of the State 'ihe West India hurri? cane has don" considerable dnmsgs to oom and cotton snd serious damap" to rice, but no loss of life is reported. At Georgetown the damage to the ri-.* crop is -treat in 1 lt ls difficult yet to esti? mate* the loss, though many people pul lt at 3.1 per a-ent. A largs portion of the April planting, either In stubble or Blacked in fields, floated off with th" tlda. Jun" rles is badly injured, as the water WSS salt for s mi" dlstancs up th- rivers. Th- ciyd" steamship Iroquois arrived here from Jscksonvllle to-night .ind reports that Martin's Industry Lightship, oft Savannah, ls missing'. Savannah, 'la . Sept -T Railroad men who returned from Tybee island this afternoon say that a small portion 'f tbe railway line was wash-l ..ut. Th* damn.-, will not exceed Si.dm. Th.- windmill of th" Tybee Water Company was blown down and th- lighthouse was rocked vio? lently by iii" force of the 'ind. Th" wind at Tybee reached a maximum velocity nf sixty-five miles an h..ur. No loss "f life ls r>-;a irted, and ail bsldges nra .secure. Jscksonvllle, Pin., Sept. 17.?Storm news la meagre. Jacksonville is still cut ..it fr'.m com? munication with South I'lorlda, and sin<-e Tuesduy ri. >t a word has been received from inst const points, wileri- tli'- storm ls BUpposed tn have lie.'ii most severe, au iii" uir-s lend? ing t" tia- S'.utii ur.- down, snd no trains from that direction hava- come in since Tuesday. Nothing has l.n heard from St. Augustine since that 'Iny. .uni there OW rumors that the ancient city lin.-, suffered greatly. The rail? road anl Western Union officials no- repair inn th" damage t" their lines, and communion 'i "ii with th" south will probably bs- opened i by to-morrow. Then re|x>rts as to the damage i done by the hurrlcsne ian I.spected. lt ls certain thai th- orange crop bas been greatly Injured, In Jacksonville tha- damage, which amounts to about 171,0011, ls being rapidly re? pair'd Tin- wreck of the bow union station In process of construction was the most Serious 1-ss. Washing!.an. Sept. 27 ? TheTB ls a conflict be tween two atmospheric forces, whi di has operated to retard somewhat the advance of th.* Weat Indian hurricane. Tb-' battle between the elements and the telegraph companies bas .re? sulted .-'. disastrously to Un- Utter that lt ls dilli a-ult f ii- ti..' Weather Bun-au to ?""t accurate In? formation from th- neighborhood "f tl"' s-a.rm ? '.'I Por two di>? a "hinh" has be-n lin gerlng over Nova Scotia, and when yesterday'a raj...ms erere madi 11,1, tin Indicatlona w-a-re that this "high." a.'ting, as it does, uk- a barrier ia th.- forward movement ??' th.- Southern storm, would pass .iff ami leave an undisputed Held t" this product "f the tt-'.pr'-.I seas. When this morn? ing's report, however, rea bed th'- Weather Bu? reau, lt w.t- found that this Nova S "ti.i condi? tion baal remained abs.dui ly stationary, and un? til thal begins ?.> move th- Southern storm can? not make much headway north. At noon, how? ever, the steady fall ,,f the barometer Indicated -.tia; ibis disagreeable visitor had begun t" stir Its-lf afr. sii. so that New-York and t hs- Long Island shore win bo in lu embrace bj Frilay morning. Hourly rep rta were ordered by th.- Bureau rn Washington, Lynchburg. Norfolk, Hal igh, Wilmington and Charleston. Karly this morning th*- wind wai blowing with a vol city of thirty miles al Norfo X, an unusual spared tb-r-, but this had decreoaed by 11 o'clock No n ; rta rou 1 be re ietved from Hatteras or Kilt) ii.isi k. ..-? th.- wires were al..vin Up t" 11 o'cl ck a. m. His- advance a.f ?.,.- -st >rm bad been sion* it w.is central last nlghl be? tween Charleston aral Savtinnah, anl this rr*.irn 111 tr was si few miles m. -rt h of Char lea ton, arith s s wind blowing st thi rate of twelve miles in hour. Tins indicated an advan ? of only al-un six and a half miles an hour, ll' the infor? mal: :i received by the smother men this morn? ing ls a ure te, tin- centra of th.' st. rm wll'. ilmost directly iver Wsshlngton nnd Baitl n. ..-.?, ital a little to tils' weat "f New-York, sr rlvlng there to-morrow m ming. Th-r- is. how i, a ipi rehenslon "f ? inger, as the fr of "1. land will prevent anything Uk** danger? ous!) high win.ls ex .pi on iii.- c. '.1st. Sufficient warning h.is been .given to protect buildings :ti ? ii-.f erection Should tm- Nova 1 "high" h iv.* begun t" move I 1 bos, thia hurricane will pr.'iiabiy take .1 mari- dir."! .rs- and pul "Ut t" sen, Riving Baltimore and N-w-York only a las-- ..f til- edge ? ? ? .ii ? mian-. The lateat barometrical read Ing fr an Wilmington Indi -ated thal this might le? the result. Storm signals nra Hying from Jack? sonville to Bust m, T!.- Il o'clock r-n.ling Showed a fall of .01 in Washington, with .1 maximum velocity "f twenty two miles t ' tha' northeast snd stesdy. Norfolk showed ;i fall of .D2. with .'in east wini blosrlng at the in.- i twenty-eight mila--.. Commodore Mathews, chief of tb" Bureau nf Par ls and ii.i'ks. received .1 telegram this .ifter p an rr..tn Commander R iclcweil, In charge "f tie* Naval Station at Pori Royal, 8. c. stiling that tli- storm had passed to tbe eaatward. No dam? an- "f any consequence had ii?*.-!i <i"tie to naval property. Norfolk, Va.. Sept. 27.-Tlie Weather Bur?uu ofllce h.r.* at noon to-day stated that owing to th" ar.-a of high pr.'ssure northeast of Hat? teras the st..rm centre will be forced t" tb- west of Norfolk, thnt tb.* mountain range will head it "ir sm.I stan it ..ii a more direct course for tli- New-England cast; that lt will pass Just -?asl a.f Washington and over New-Tork. At ii""ii the wind here was thirty-two miles from iii- east and mus still Increasing. At Caps' Henry at 8 a. m. th.' Wind was thirl)-sight miles from th.- northeast with a heavy sea un. Tin- coast wires have 1 .en down since that tillie COMING THIS WAY .SLOWLY. THI" CTCLOBE COMING TOWARD KKW-TORK AT AN BAST .I'": RUN BXPBCTBD KERB I'1 PAT. .People In this city got up yesterday morning pre pared for a cyclone, The) wenl about all .lay with umbrellas snd macintoshes, and would hai- carried cyclone pits ibout, ;?? ?. ha1 tucb things been port? able, 'i'h- lowering cl.mis mil th.* threatenings -f ra.a continued up 11 r> o'clock in th.- afternoon, and mat- ii-.- preparations seem appropriate, snd ever) ni- believed th.-u the cyclone was doss at band. Shortly aft-r .1 o'clock, however, tbs clouds bK.an i.i tir.Mk a wa> Al sunset the western ikies wa re Ulled a/Kb gold an! crimson, and by in o'clock at j uluru (lia- stars l-'k'-.i down from a perfectly clear sky. K.iiti was falling nt Atlantic city in consider alia- quantities, an 1 then Bras ai little ram as far 11.nth as t.-iiK Branch, t.iii.ii!- of th- Weather iiure.m declared tha.t the st,,riii w.is sure : > ri i.-h here, anl tha; ran night bl expected to-day. A large fleel of mit rolnj vessels, both sail snd itesm, anchored in the lin p.*..!..'.ilk' IO s.ii: for the south when the cyclone aisll have passed over. Yesterday the Lsmpssss, .if ii- M,..l .ry lane, went Jilivn anl anchored In , i Hay. ni walt mat ii the si.uni shall be av.r. Th." Ail... Una steamer Alvina, bound for Kingston, Jamaica, pu' her nose outside ths H 'k. ,11 ,..,? liking the kioka of things at sea, returned in 1 anchored In the Lowsr .Bay. Ths VlgUanda, cf ba New-York anl Cubs l--"-. bound f-r ll ivan 1. .fi h-r pier un Wednesday ind sachored in Qraras ni Ha}, nail earing tu pu: |o bbs iii the face ot the ipproachlng cyclone, Yesterday afternoon, however, ,.i ip.alu decided to riak ii, and Ihe steamer put . - 1 Th.- Wari Una steamer Clenfuegos i>.ustd j v tut ihrauuh th. Nsrraws ) murda) on her nay to t' Nassau, and came back. Tte temperature yeaterday | "? eas milder than lt had been on the preceding lay. 1 V \t the Weetara Union Telegraph ..ilia.- report* from dlfferenl paints alon* the cast aa far south I t is Jacksonville indicate th it the great norm ha* ; I -spent Its fore- anl lu mm suti-ldliiK. at lensl M t -in ai it.- cms: tawns ar.- concerned. The storm Ijppean t'a hav.' lefl the COSSl at Norfolk, and may tie playing hav...- al sea and r.-cui.eratin,- strenmn fu- ,1 charge Upon the coan farther to ihe north. At Savannah a dead calm prevailed. At Wil? mington ant Qoldsboro th* wind had greatly di? minish-'!, and the weather eras .-leni-inu. At .Lynch tturgi Norfolk and Richmond it was c.iui and rain ,ng, but there were iv. slgni of a serious storm. The wind nt Sandy Hook last night at 10 o'clock was blowing at a velocity of ibout twenty-three miles an hour. Mr Dunn yesterday waa of tba opinion that the 1 ? y, j \)> ? ABSOLUTELY PURE. _ The Old Reliable SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Has Stood Thr Tf.st Or Tims. More Sold Than All Other Brands Combined. ?BBBraBMBBBBnBBBSBSBSBWnBSBBBSSBBBBBOBWBBBMBnBS-^BSBP 3 Tastes Qood and Does Good, IHIRES'ROOIBEER ! A Temperance Drink for Temperance People. .iiirnirjLjr.i::3,TT'.Zirm n-r..7iimjnaiujimiuaua?sn?xaaM SKK IT ib.I rtC WII.I. BK niWIM KI) tint nor \KW UBI* ^THE MILLER" THE LAMP TO BJY I lie llioul I ? (_ h t. lrn?i a ia ra-. < I. aural. ?iinplr?l. bf ul llaiu'l full ? ns-. 'I'h.- Ml'!-? i ' -mp'MR Unip?. PINK ssa I I'HRAP -wlierna l'o?plas>te sasofCsSsat, KOR uiii'i'iNi; i-.ii .s ma mu.i,mt?? i.ami's. Il-' Viii'. DEALER Wll,I, MIT .ai III.V CALL OS Edward Miller & io., "SJ^JBinHi 10 sad 12 "' :i<-k? l'i . kat Perk Ft II*- Pw COOL WEATHER buy o .'. n. i.,v St. B. V. , "Milli i" a.u h-atir. cyclone would not utriUa- New-York sith the same force as it itt! th.- loutheni cities; -till. h?? thought lt would be considerable ot a storm when li got ber,'. The .entre of the storm v.Ul probably pass a Inuit MO mllas to the east of New-York, and thli city will wet the western edt,'.' of it. which will probably be all that we will want. Tin- Morgan tine steetner Kl Dorado, Captain Percy, arrived here last r.iRht. twelve hours late. from New-Orleans. Shs- rounded Florida Keys on Sunday. September tl, and The hurricane aceom punleif her np the const, captain Percy sa}* the storm wus one of tbs most severe he had ever met, and that be hal a hard ti -.-el with lt Me had a raxing -?a fir .hree .lays- ar.d niirhts. but weathered the storm without receiving any but trivial (lam u(f.*s. The steamers, bound to the eastward yesterday win orobnbty iscnpo the cyclone, but those which lefi the other side tor New-York In 'be last few ? lays will run Into it before Uley reach h?re, and have ii lively tim". While. asStated, lt ls probable that the .-entre of the storm will puss New-Tork about 4'"l Tillies* tn rh" ca st ah ri, there ls a possibility thut lt will swirly to the westward. In which caa* New-York Will have more weather than if has ex perlenced at "ne tims far some yeera. Th* present cyclone is probably the best advertised one that ever came up this way. So much has been written about .t nial mi much ha? b?en talked about tt that it will hav- nil lt cnn 'lo to live up tai the reputation that ha.-- preceded it. I'eopie met ea -h othaT In the streets yesterdny and talked cy? clone Th.- people wenl t" th- variety theatre mutinies and heard Jok'-s about th'- cyclone fro-n the people .an the staue. Everybody ls ready for th.* avalon.*, and the city awaits it almost eagerly. BBOOELTS** co CV rr COMMITTEE. HIV. KKlM'Hl.la'AN CAMDIDATM IXDONMD ACID TUB DEMOCRATIC TTUCKS HKNOI'SCED. Tlc K-publican County Committee In Brooklyn met ta-1 evening In special session .ind approved the .lutes lix.*! by lb* Kxecutive c.immlttee for ths prim.tries and nominating conventions. Th* prlmsries srlll !"? held on October '. and the nomi neting a..mentions from October I* to li on succes? sive evenings. After a protrsetsd debate lt was deddsd that all contests for del-nil!'--' must bs Bottled in the eleo tion districts and not . arrle.l to the conventlona. William W. Goodrich offered the following reeo lu tiona; Resolved, tint ths Republicen County Committee hereby ratifies the action of the Republican Sta*.* Convention al .-.iratcta In nomlnstlng Levi I'. Morton for Governor. Charles T. Saxton for I.leu t-ni.nt .Iav.'iii'.i. and Albert Height for Judge of th.* court of Appeals, ami pledges to the ticket the heartiest and most enthualeatlc supp..rt Ita -.ived. Thsit th- mongrel and mositc ticket nominated by th>* Democratic Convention Indicates the struts to which the porty ls reduced, and es l.tall) in the attempt lo give tone an l reepectnnfl Itv tn the work hy th** B|.ons poll v "i placing tn Its sorry company tbs- nsme of Judge Gaynor a? a candidate for Jii'li,-.' ..f tha- Court ot Appanta, The resolutions w.re received with npp'auw sud Wen unanimously adapted by a rising vote. KERB IS "TIM'' CA*MPBELL'I PLAN FOR RILL Congreeeman "Tim" cam-..ben is cradltsd with revesting Senator Hill's programme, in connection with his candidacy far tbs- Governorship, particu? larly as to what tbs- Democratic nominee will do aft-r he I-* ? i-afe 1 "Tim" says that lt is not Mr. Hill's purpose IO resign his seat In the fnlteal Stat'-s Ss-n.its., either before or after election. When ha- I* elected, ss "Tim" cheerfully pressmen that hs' will be, ih.- Benator will taks- the oath of office un January 1. and imm.-ii.it. I> rs-stirn the otlW of Governor. Then h.* will -ro bask to Washington anl resume his place In the Senate and allow I.leutenanl-Cov.arnor Dinl.-l N. Lo. kwood to serve out th.* term as Governor. < MURPHY CALLED TO accocnT Niall.il.is Murphy, chairman of tlc Democratic County Commute* of Rockland County, has been ordered t" sppenr belora Judge I'ykman at White Plaina to-morrow t" shan rnusa why he US n >t abey the mandamus I ?us-1 by tbe Supreme i'ourt nil present""! ts. him lay BherlS 1 >i.-K. \ .1 ih. Herr,.,. L-r.itlc Convention to ele?*t State. Congressional ami ludiciiii delegatea held ai N-w-.-itv u-t Saturday Murphy presided over iii- temporar) orgsnlsnttoa if the convention and conduct**'! things in a rather high-handed manner The McCabe faction of thi part) bsd been inf.srmed th it the Flnne-tan faction was to end.-avssr to nominate its ticket by acclsma tlui. .anal rh- mun lum,is waa therefore procured to ompel a vote by ballot When tue mandamaa wu .ii;. 1 to Murphy's notice he wa.uid not recognise lt. To HOLD ITS CONVENTION" TO-NIGHT. The tndspsndsnl Oonnty Orgnnlsstlon will hold ts nomlnstlng convention la tbs' bin; h iii of cooper ,'nlon to-night It will be numeri. ally the largest af tha- nomlnstlng conventions, consisting of two lelearatei from each election 'ii-tri.-: In ths city, tn itee I ol one delicate, th,- usual number. There will ie a speech by John I> Townsend am the subject >f the delinquencies nol heretofore iou.-had upon of i praimtn.nt public official, and .. declat mon of the .oaltlon of th.- anti-Tammany Democrats of Stw l'ork Csmpslgn speakers of the Independent Coun y Organisation wilt be heard from, and there win ia* music bj th- 7th Ita-irlm.-nt Band. Th.. Invitation >f the Committee of .Seventy to s .'.inference will IS .-i.msid.-re I. HAMED VOB Tin: AMEXBLT. Byrscuns, N. Y., s.*pt. n -charles c. co'.e waa lomlnated fur Um Assembly by tho K-publtcana of h.* IM < )noiid:t?rii District this afternoon. Hodson, N. Y.. Sept. H.?The r ulumbie County lemocratlc Convention this afternoon nominated ..-vi K. l.onKl.-y for th.- Asss-mbly. I Ixictok ORRttTRRD IX lill: Vin.ET CA8B The I'oroncr's Jury In the case of William BL *..|aia-y, the ehort-s-etnger who shot himself en ieptember t* unal. after goln*: around for twenty. OUT hourn with th,* bullet In his h.-a?l, died In lellOVUe ntl Sunaliv. returned S verdict of sul ide. and censureal Dr. John J. Sullivan, of No. IM Nest Thlrty-elKhth-st.. for criminal negligence In "I bavin* sent word to the a .11 harli les of the uni', injuries Ripley was f.iund wandering round the streets by a woman named Allon ? Iii len. und was tnken to Dr Sullivan's office. ins> aald Dr. Sullivan i:i.i4>e only a superficial es mlnntlon of the wound, and he declared Ripley vould be all right In th.' morning. He was taken o No. iiti West Thlrty-elKhth-st., and. becoming torse. Dr. Sullivan was ...-ut for. but he replied i-lth a note, repenting what he had said. The doetor. In his alefence, nala! that he did not bink serious results would follow th? Injuries, le was allowed to go on his own recognisance, bul he liran'l Jury may act on the matter. Spare Pearline -4 Spoil the Wash 3b